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hArctcrlatle Hentinra of 1U0 i htvngo
That Cairo on reccivo simple Justlco
at tho bands of tho Chicago 'Tribune' Is
not supposed. No ouo la surprised thoro
foro at tho spirit of tho remarks in which
tho editor of thaf. sheet recently Indulged
under the caption of ".Railroad Improve
. Speaking of the Cairo &. Fulton road
and fta connections tho 'Tribune' says:
Tho whole road will probably be soino
2,500 tulles long. Cairo, of course, pro
pottos to build only a portion of tho road.
With a full knowledge tlit hcrbbuda
r6 not worth over ixty cents on tho
ilollur In greenbacks, tho city of Cairo
has voted to Issuo $100,000 of them to
Slvo towuids tho construction of tho
road. The money given by Cairo, If
honestly applied, will build Just about
two iiiIIub of the railway : and the con
struction of it rail way by u company
obllgcil to resort to such sacrifice to
Lul'tJ two mile may bo said to'bo some
Thut the writer of this extract is as Ig
norant of the facts Involved as ho pre-
(ends to bo, wo 'cannot, cohKont. If ho
Unows anything about the details of the
proposition upon which tho eltl.ens of
Cairo voted, ho knows that the sub
ecrlptlon of S100,0O was made upon the
positive assurance that it would secure
the constructiou of the Cairo fc Fulton
roii'l from Cairo to Charleston, a dlstnnco
of thirteen miles; that at tho Iu.it named
point, connection would bo formed, with
the Iron Mountain railroad, and through
that road, communication opened up to
HI. Jxiuls, and with the rich agricultural
and mineral couutry Intermediate If
the writer did nut know this, he Assumed
(o enlighten tho public upon a matter of
which ho himself was ignorant. If ho
did know it, ho resorted to grogs false
hood, because be could not vent his
spleen at Cairo by sticking to tho truth.
It is a matter of comparative IndMer
once to Cairo whether tho $100,000 bonds
she has voted, build two miles or two
yards of tho road. They arc tho consid
eration Col. Allen asked for restoring
the C. & F. road to Charleston and for
giving our city railroad connection with
St. I) u Is; and, assured of an equivalent,
our citizens voted them. v
Tho 'Tribune' snya further:
It Is only n few mouths since Cairo
applied to tho legislature of this stute for
an exemption from state taxation, on
the grouud that tho county was unable
to provido for its paupers. To bo oxact,
the couutry applied for and obtained the
coubcntof the legislature that all tuxes
raised in that county for stuto pur
poses, In excess of a certain amount,
should bo, paid oyer to tho county, to
euablo It to sustain tho unduo proportion
of paupers residing iu Cairo.
There is a contemptible littleness in
the reacutineut this paragraph betrays,
that wo scarcely know how to deal with.
Tho answer its author deserves is a kick.
Tho ground upon which Alexander Co
based her claim for Ktato aid was that
her geographical position suhjeutcd her
to onorous burdens in the cure of tho
poor from other localities. It was shown
by facta and figures tlmt the pauper ex
penses of tho county were five hundred
per cent, grcuter lhauthoso of any other
county of liko population and wealth in
tho Bute. lu tho care of her own pau
pers sho did not ask help. Sho was
greatly burdened by "foreign" pauper?,
paupers from Now Orleans, Cincinnati,
tit. Louis and Chicago, and it was in tho
caro of theso she asked assistance The
legislature and all liberal-minded men
recognized tho justness of tho claim,
and tho State taxes, for tbo period of
two years, amounting to about $0,000,
woro set asido to the county.
Tho entire article in the 'Trlbuno' is a
tissuo of falsehoods and blunders. Tho
distance from Calio toSau Francisco is
not 2,500 miles, but 1,980. This being so,
Chicago should bo quito as deeply Inter
ested in tho success of the road to which
Cairo voted hor "Insignificant" $100,000
us Cairo is. To the l,080mlles henco to
' Han Francisco add the 306 hence to'Ohi
cago, and wo flqd tbo .distance between
Han FrauclBcqWd Chicago to bo 2,345
miles only 11 vo miles greater 'than by
tho nearest route now open. Ouo hour's
fautertlme' on the' ul'lndls Contra) be
twebn Ch'lcago-andc Cairo " would place
Chicago, In point of time, nearer to San
Trancisco thau via the Union Paolflc.
Is it an object for Chicago to eujoy
communication with tbo Pad flu coast
through a lino of railroad subjected to no
ollmactlo sot-hiicUs; a railroad that trav
erses n country capable of a denso popu
lation; tho greatest cittlo growing re
gion and tho richest mineral seotious of
thocoutlridnt? Thon should sho look
with favor upon and encourage Culro's
humblo ellbrts to provido her that com
muuicatlou. Build thls.roud, and Chicago
can command thu cattlo from thu plains
of Texa gather them within her stock
pens four days after they leave their ua
tlvo pastures, Hullil tao road, and Cnlcu
go U nearer tho great beef reservoir of
tho nation than Illinois Is to Now York;
nd where Texas sells her heof there will
sho purchnso her tupplles; If thoro Is
'any thing hi thls'taeu should Cairo bo
Btrbngthencdiu her cfTorts to bring it
Tho $100,000 voted by Culro toward tho
Cairo & Fulton railroad may prove a
burden to tho city; but tho almost crim
inal Inulfloreuco of Chicago and other
members of our legislature, to tho great
web of railroads weaving around, and
seeking to Isolalo tho Stato of Illinois
rendered 'tho contribution a matter of
necessity and publics oonsoqueBco.
ZBi. Louis, through her'taombors in tho
MlssoUrl leglslatnre, seeks a concentra
tion, of Southern roads at Belmont,
twenty .aiijes below Calrj; Koutuoky
looks to the interest of hor cities and ter
minates her roads at Faducab, GO miles
abdyo Cairo, Belmont and Columbus,'
In tho grand grab-game for railroad ter
mini, aro practically St. Louis; and Pa
ducah 1h, practically Louisville and Cin
cluuati. Herp then Is Missouri and
Kentucky, contending for advantageous
connections with tho wcb-worl: of South
ern railroads; whllo Cairo, alone, seeks
a protection of the Interests of Illinois,
which are practically thoao of Chicago.
Iu this struggle sho meets thu rovillugs
of Chicago, and is called upon to combat
and live down her falsehoods and slan
ders. Tho stab of the bloody Casca was
not so cruel as this onslaught from Chi
cago. It is mean, ungenerous, uncalled
for, pusllanlmous worthy of Chicago.
Among tho scandals attaching to tho
reputation of tho I'rlnco of Wales, is
that he has seduced tho wlfo of Sir
Charles' Morduunt, to whom ho paid a
visit some months ago; and Ludy Mor
daunt lias confessed to her husband that
tho child sho lately boro him is not his.
Hut ou tho other hand, it is alleged, that
tho confession was mado by tho lady
during tho delcrium of a wild fever,
which followed her confinement, and
that sho Implicated several other gal
lants besides the Prince. It was stated
that a suit brought by tho husband for
divorco had been hushed up to save tho
Prince's reputation, but one of tho local
papers, the Birmingham 'Gazotte,' con
tradicts the report, and states that Sir
Charles Mordaunt I going on with his
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XEW DOLLAll HILLS.
In addition to the new fractional cur
rency the treasury department will soon
issue uow United States notes of tho de
nomination of one dollar. Tho plates
for theso notes aro now being engraved.
Tho vignette of Chief Justice Chase ou
tho left of tho faco of the notes will bo
taken off and a bust of Washington sub
stituted. This, and changes in thu vig
nettes recently mado on the face of tho
fractional currency, is In accorduuee with
an act of Congress prohibiting tho vig
nettes of persons now living from being
on tho faco of. tho United States currency-
Giles county has a new Kcgfaler
James It. Dickey, esq. He issueR certifi
cates to whito as well as to colored men.
Tho Now Haveu 'Journul' says the
Yale studout who recently drow tho best
college rooms made about $1000 by
Tho Now York 'Express' gives a report
that onoofthe most prominent literary
gentlemon in that city ha. offered him
self in mariago to a well known "beau
tlful blonde" actrtfti.
Tho Italian Government lias, by a
race u I decree, called out tho young men
born iu 1848, for all tbo province- of the
kingdom. Tho contingent of tho first
category is fixed at 40,000.
Amoug tho couvlcts at Baguo da
Toultou is a I'russiauoblomau of high,
rauk, Count SchaffgoWeh, who was be
lieved to be ft veryhwwroble gentleman
in Paris, but wke In.tke eid was found to
bo an Impudout wladlarand blackleg. ,
Harace Greeley ,'Pcter Gerard, Thomas
Cotreli Clark Mil. lly. Kyle Dollas have
united iu forming a corporation undor
tho General Manufactlve Association."
Tho farm owned by I. Bartlett Wig
glii, of Stratham. Jfew IIampihl.ro, . has
never boon deeded It has remained iu'
thosamo family, passing by will from
futhur to sou, ever since it was originally
granted by tbo crown.
Lurge quantities of United States gold
col u aro used by Jewel fern. They prefer
It on account of tho uniformity of alloy,
which never varies appreciably. Tho
mint bars vary In purity to tho extent
of tlireu thnu-uudthH und over.
It Is said tlmt hi tho malarious districts
of Franco and Ilollaud u U tho common
practice of the inhabitants to surround
their dwellings wl h rows of sunflower,
for the piii;po.o of warding off the mlus
matlu cflluvia of tho lowlands.
-puts ou Hie sun aro quite numerous,
a gtoup bulng uow visible near tho oast
cm limb, one of which is xuld by the
astronomers to bu &000 miles in diaui-
eter. They do not seom to be numerous
or largo enough to mnko much differ
ence In tho heat.
Contrary to a provlous statomotit
KUKlCi JtUxotigh- tko public press that
Ellsha C. Bpraguo bad acquiesced In the
judgment of tho eourt at Whcatoa,
whlck -required Wra to pay $40,000 to
Mlw Amanda j. Craig, of Cincinnati for
breach of promise, that gentleman lias
appealed to the Supreme Court of tho
State for a writ of error in the case.
A young lad, Just aver to Detroit from
Canada, desiring (o purchase a glass of
peanuts from an Itinerant vendor, on tho
dock, found a place to alt down,
and after much tugging anil pulling,
drow off one of his boots, thespek follow
ing, and took-from tlioBOloof his foot,
wherohe had stuck It with salvo, a ton
cent fdiinplastor. And tho live cent
nlckio he received iu chango was con
signed to thu samo place, lb prevent
anybody "going through" him.
.MISKIKHIFI'I mVttit IIAILH'AV.
From tho Union County ltcrJ.j
Tho contampiateil air lino railroad
from Memphis to Cairo, known at the
" Mississippi Hiver Ilalluuy," is of home
importance to tho counties of SouthefU
Illinois. Although not Immediately In
terested In Ihocoustrucklon of this road;
a little thought will sliow that we aro to
be benefitted by itscotnplctlon. By the
surveyed route this road lslUty-Jlvo miles
shorter than any other practical riihte
from Memphis to Cairo, and of Course
briugs us that much nearer bo til hL-ru tuur
kets. The enterprise Is now on a sure
busls. All the counties along. tho line
have voted liberal subscriptions, and the
company, we understand, have secured
Htuto aid from Tennessee to the amouut
of $1,000,000, making the present availa
ble resources or tho company $2,600,000
to complete the road through tho Stale of
Tennessee. Colonel Milchel, prc-ident
of tho company has, we learn, been suc
cessful! In negotiating tho bonds of Tip
ton county at the very liberal rate of 4
per cent, discount. Fifty thousand dnl
iars of tho bonds of Shelby county were
recently sold to the CIMieus' National
bank of Memphis for 04 con Ui on the dol
lar. This shows coufidcucu In the com-
fiany and its management. Captain Mil
Ington, chief engineer, has made a pre
liminary survey of the eutlro Hue. 'Ihlr-ty-six
miles from Memphis to Coving
ton has been located, and is uow doubt
less under coutracU When this roud is
completed, wo will have the shortest
route that can be made practicable be
tween Cairo and New Orloani. This fact
In of no mull Importance, to Southern
Illinois. Calm will bo lamely benefitted;
and with Cairo all tho adjacent country.
Truly we live in a moving age.
TKItltlULh KIOT O.V A WIS
NIX MKS KILI.KIt AXOTIIKOW.VOVIIU
KOAKO, Itocic Island, July 29. A terrlblo riot
took place on tho steamer Dubuque, this
morning, wbon between this city and
Hampton, which resulted In tho Killing
of five negroes and ouo white mau. Two
or throe others were badly Injured.
It appears, from tho statement of the
crew, that the troublostartedlu thlway:
After leaving Davenport, the clerk went
on deck to assort tho deck fruui the cabin
passengers out of 150 ratstneu who came
on board tho boat at Davenport, Ta'nd
stationed two of tho negro deck hands at
thu gangway, with positive orders to
allow no duo to pass without his order,
It appears that oue of tho raftsmen at
tempted to,go past tho guard, wheu tho
negroes remonstrated, and tried to forcu
him back uutil he had his ticket stamp
ed. This exasperated hltn, and hestnick
ouo of the negroes, who, in turn, pun
ished bins severely. At this his com
rades, to the number of 125, came to tho
reacuo, boat tho negroes to death, and
threw their bodies Into t le river.
Aftor this a general row ensued, result
ing in tbo killing of threo other negro
decK nauus auu ouo or tho rartsmeu, and
wounding three or four others.
Tho boat lauded at Hampton, and tho
raftsmen drove all tho crew of the boat
ashoro. polling ttbom with roeka.
Captain Rhodes, ,f tho Dubuquo, tele
graphed to tbo sheriff, who at once loft
on a speolal tralu with a largo posse and
followed the boat to Clinton, whon ho
took possession, and returned with the
boat atid rioters to tJiJn city.
On tho arrival of the boat thoro were
no 1 than 6,000 people on the levee.
A line was formed, and 42 of tho mou
recoguUed by the crew of the boat were
taken to Jail, accompanied by a strong
guard, t '
TUB A'CW YOIIK IVUKM' OX NEC! HO
From tho N.Y. World, July ,
Tho opposition to negro voting is Judi
cious and rational, so long ns thero Is any
uhunce of shutting out tho negroes from
tho suffrage; but. when all such chances
have filially vanished, uo good purpose
Is served by keeping up tho agitation.
This is the view on which tho democrats
of Virginia acted iu tho lato election
with reference to negro suflrago in that
State: illsthevlow ou which tho Ten
nessee denioarats aro acting; it is liko
" lo the view on which tho democrats of
Toxusaud Mississippi are likely to act in
tho approaching elections in those States.
Asa mere mutter of dogmu, their opin
ion on this subject is uuohunged; but
mutters of mere dogma aro outxido tho
reiilm of pruodcul politic. The Southern
democrats would prevent negro suffrugo
If they could; but, seeing that its pre
vention is Impossible, they recognize
tho facta of the situation uud turn their
attention to objects they havo somo
liopo of accomplishing.
. . -Four
car loads of Chinese buttor havo
reauheJ San Frunclsoo, It was ingeni
ously compouuded of lard and oil-coke.
CA1KO AND NT. MUffl XULHOAD.
St. Louis 'Republican, COth. , l
Thero.was a meeting yesterday after
'noon of the? board' or 'directors' of tho
abovo company at tbo Southern Hotel, In
this city. We understand that various
propositions have been submitted to con
tract or tho building of the road; but
that, aa,yet, nothing deflnite has been de
cided upon. There aro 8ubscrlptioBs to
tho stock of tho company to tho amouut
of about $1,100,000, voted by several
counties on the proposed Hue of the road,
and it Is probttblo iuls sum can be con
siderably increased. Another meeting
of tho board will bo held to day, The
following directors wero prcsea& yester
day: ColonelS. S. Taylor, Prosldent;
Colonel Wm. It. Morrison, Waterloo;
Ft. II. Pvosbprouglii of Itaudolph county;
J ud tie Crawford,'ot Union county; John
E. Nallle, of Union county; Hon. W. J.
Allen, of Cairo; Judge H. K. S. O'Mel
veney, Culro; S. i'yndalo, St. Clair couu
caiu.i a r i ls'ruTuriif.' '
(Kiom tho Du Quoin 'Tribune.1J
Tho p'.itlo of Cairo deservo crcat
tcrt'dlt for iholr untirlng:s:eul?and otlbrts.
in ntiini up tnelr commercial enterprise.:
The people there havo recently voted
flOD.OKl to Col 'Allen' of the lron Molttt-
lain U It. antl'liy 'tins' "liberal oiler se
cures connection from Cairo with the
Iron Mountain II. It. at Charleston Mo.
Wo rejoice ill thl-i success of our ueluh-
bors at Cairo. Our own railroad from
Belleville to this point, will shorten' the
dUunue Ut Cairo and tint afford cheaper
transportation for freight, ana pasnen-
Tito fact is Cairo Is our natural grain
mnrketi an J wo tru-t tho time is near
at hand when wp shall cease to pay these
enurnmous freights to railroad U
when the natural market Is so near our
oWii doors.' ' 1 "
A I'rnlcct to Hcclnlm 4,000,000 Acre nf
from tho Bt. LouU 'UulleHn'.J
It Is well known to all western and
southern people that a largo part of tho
best luuds uloug the. Lower Mississippi
river aro subject to overflow, and depend
upou raised banks for protection from
Inundation ut certain seasons nf tho year.
Not only is this true, but there Is a very
exteuslve area of valuable lauds which
have never yet been brought under cul
tivation beeauae of their marshy and
swampy condition a state of affairs
which a wise and efllcleut system of lov
es improvement would forever do
away with. It Is now proposed to build
railroads along the banks of the river,
und ut one and tho sumo time uceom
pIMi two greatly needed Improvements.
The permanent raising of the banks for
the roud bed, and the consequently se
cured certainty of their being kept
in repair, would avoid a largo expense
ami great trouble upon tho part of the
civil authorities. The plan of thus com
bining leveu aud railroad was warmly
recommended by General A A. Hum
phreys, chief of engineers of the Uuitetl
States Army, In u report mado by him
some years since to the U. S. Congress.
Already tho citizens of Southeast Mis
souri and Eastern Arkansas aro moving
In this matter, with tho view of giving
tho subject ii practical cxempllcatlon. It
Is propped to build an extension of tho
Iron Mountain railroad to Memphis, and
thence to Heletiu, Arkansas, ulong tho
west bank nf the river. It is said that
this road-bed levee will reclaim about 4,
000,000 acre of the flnot land In theworld.
Lying a Udies .contiguous, to markets
and within easy reach of tho tldo of oml
grutl u, it is Impossible at this time to
estimate tho value of this Improvement
to that portion of our common couutry.
The addltlou of tho railroad Itself to
that heretofore almost undiscovered
country to the Iron horso will give a
great Impetus to all thut mako a people
rich and great.
This and ail, kindred projects have our
warmest sympathies; but wo fear tbo
Mississippi ri vol road, following tho op
poalle bank'oflherlver.(lt effect) from
Cairo to Memphis, removes all demand
for this levco road as a commercial ne
cessity. Furthermore It will prove an
oxpouslve undertaking far beyond, wo
far. tha ability of theoouutry to bn
eflltod. We hopo nevertheless thatlt
rtiaytbe built, and would' bo 'gnt! 11 t
woro In tho powor of Ca(ro to aid it.
-'A VVMJU UAUB ia .
Although tbo"iUiylUlniij" havotiossed
away on tho "Mississippi, 'thoy sfill have
Borne queer, und sometimes rough cus
tomers ou the river boats. Ou a recent
trip of tho Highflyer, crowded with pas
aongors, tho olork had allotted tho last
stateroom, uud was about to close tho
olllce, when ho was astonished by tho
apparutlcu of a tall Mis'snurlah, who ox
oluimed, -'I say, stranger, I want ouo of
them chambers.'' "tippy, sJr. VttM.thp
official blandly, ".but.oyr stuterooms aro
all taken." "Thod 1 they are," respond
ed Missouri; "I've paid my fare, 'u I
wantonu of them chambers." "Allow
mo to seo your ticket," said tho still po
lito clerk. Putting his hand to tho buck
of his neck, tho passougor, pulled ouUa
ten-Inch bowlo-knlfe, and, drU'ingMJt
quivering Into tho counter, said, "I'm
from Piko county, young fuller, uud
there's my ticket. I want ouo oMIioin
chambers," Boforo tho steel had ootised
to vlbrato"tho prompt clofk qtiloty thrust
a loaded aud capped sis-shooter under
Pike's noso, and cooly auswored: "I've
only got six chambers, utd you soo ffiCy
arectUu'l!" Tho Mlssourlan edged otp
or "range," anu puiung up nis "iooiji-
tick," ejucuiatod, "a full hand's good,
oy l" and strouo out to seen soon
quarters ns ho could find.
Woudor If a prominent and wealthy
oUjzon of Culro who once clerked tho
gallant Highflyer, has a personal recol
lection of tho "gentleman fromPlko?''
. omco oftlio OaIto A fit.
, Lotiin H!1iv,l rvi i
.Cairo, III.. July 21t I8w. i
j iiiceiinKOMBOiiirectonror inw company will U
..i 5 Thurmliiy, th 2Sth ln., si 10 o'clock, a. n
' "jSSythem ffotpl, in tho city offit. Loul., Mo.
,1 ! -
Hrld kiiiI Briacroem
KMyt for Young Mon on Uio lntorctlnK rtUilot
of BrMrgroom to Iitlde, In tho Imtltutlon ofMarrla
- piM to mtrlmonlt Mleltyiandlrno lupplnwi.
Bent pf wall In Malcd letter enTAlnpi frea of charge.
Addrcaa, 1I0WAUD ASSOCIATION, boi V, rhlUdel-ph'.l-
Ia hereby glin that default liATlng occurred la th
iwriormaticnnrtlioconfllUonaoxprciiiipd In nccrUla
MortcagQ or DnmI of Trut nxncutni r Uilwaril T.
non ui eamui'i HUM Taylor Mid Rfwln Taraoai.
TnmUH of tho Cairo City Property, date.l tho 18th
day of April, A.D ISM. recorded Iu tho Ilccnnlcr'a
O Hco. In and for Alexander county, In tho State ol
Illiiiolt. In Hook I' of Pccdn.iMiiro Itf7Ac;all Morteflxe
orneed crTrimt eonvoylnic lot niimbfrcd .1(hrce
and 4 (four) In block numUred 3 (three), in tho Drat
addition 10 tlmcltv ofCHlro. in thn aalil rnnn( and
htate) e, tho uwlcrtlglicd, aild Truitcoa. wiU ou
Friday, the Uth day of Augiut next, A. D., 18C9,
nt 10 o'clock In thu forvnoun of that day, under and
hy rltluoof tli power of nloeontalnel luanld Mort
K.igo. fell, at I'uhlin Auction, to thu hshet hldder,
fnrt'iiMi, Ht thoolHce Imiltilne Of nald Trustee, cor
nor of WiuliniKton Avcmiowxl lsUi ttreM.-ln ckid oity
offium. In Alcxiuider uouutv and
eut of iiiinolx,
nm iotiiutiii)cicil3tlhree)aidUluurJ InlilooJtnum
bcriMl Hthreei Itithct1rtuddltll tfxnid city ofCnlru
acorrinK W ihe'ri'eordtd plat thereof, with tho op-
purtcnHUyea. ton.ttifv tho puriiosv; ntul conditiou ol
aald MrtrlgJi;... ,
, I-..OTAA In TAYI.OK,
TniMeciipf the Cairo City Property.
Ciiro, ill., July i!lt pu-dtd.
Nr:" ., .
i Ilierby tfun thatlleraiiltlmVlnitooe'urrAd'fu the
prrfiiruiajicawfihtt condition expreed ia ncerUla
'Mortg'go or Deeil ofTrdnt cxeciucd by Cfcnrle
yehoenmeyerand Andrew I'opp toHnmuclstiui'rnv
lor an I i:lwin l'arun, Trmlcea mt tho CnlruUity
I'rotierty, dateil Heptember Hth, leno, and tecorded
in tfm llocorder'a Otllce, in anil for Alexander county,
and (Mate of llhnoia, In Itnok 1' of Ik-edf, pne
raid Mortpaco or Pcedo(Trut cunriyinK lota num
bcivd a (mx) ami 7 (aeren), In block ntunlcred 8 (etx).
In tho third wMltiotj to the city of (,'airo. In aald coun
ty and State, up, the undcrelgned, aald Trutteci), will
oi. Friday, the IStli day of Auguit next, A. D., IMS,
al 10 o'clnelt In I ho forenoon of that day, under and b)
vlrtuoof thn powor df anloconuluod In .ud ilortgafi
tell, at Public Auction, to thn hliheit bidder, fnrraih,
at the olDcoluildini( of aald TrnM4a, corner of Wanh
Ington Ayrnuo and loth (treat. In Mid city nf Cairo.
In Alexander county and Htat of Illinois, aald lot
inumbervtt A(ix)nnilT (eTen) iu Mid block number
cdS(alxin ealdUiIrd a.ldltion to aald city of Cairo
according to (tie rooordel plat thereof, irllli iho nppn.
tcnaiiccr, to a.itiify tho purpox' and condition ornai
MortRKe. fl. 8TAATM TAVIX1R,
Tnuhxu afthe Cairo City Property.
Culro, III., Julysut, iseu-dtd.
la hereby nirrn thit detail batlnit ooourred In the
performance of theuonditloni expreaard InAcertaia
MorlKge or iJeed of Trunt oxecutod by Henry Duaker
to Samuel HUatu Ta)lor and Kdwin Paraoua, TmaU
of tho Cairo City Property, dated Auguilltti, 1IKV&, aU
recorded In theKeeorder'a oflke, In and for Alexan
dercoituty,intheSUtoof HHnl,ln Hook Pof Ioele
pOMO I If, nld SfurOran or Dee.1 of Trmt comrvlng
block numlwred tl (twenty-one), iu
iiiiK iiiiinrMToi ii innvenioeni ana
i. r.... v. . .r
tloti to the city of Cairo. In (aid county nud State, we
inu luurin wm-
iuo unii'rigiirii, anm iruairej., will
on Friday, tho 13th day of Auguit ncxl, A.U., 1869,
at 10 o'clock of tho forenoon of that day, under and by
virtue of the power ofeale contained m euld Mnrrgatci
aell, at Pilbllu Auction, to tho lilKhent bidder, fur Cnub,
at the otflco buildinK of n.iid Triiteea,vurnor of Wiwh
InRton Avenue nnl mth street, In ald city of Culro,
In Alexonili r county nnd Statu nf llllnon, auid lot
numtwred IT (aerenteen) and IS (elxhteen), in aald
block numbered III (twenty-oao) Iu aald, Fourth uddl.
tlnn to alil City of (Vilro, according tolho reconled
plat thereol with tho anpurteiuiucee, to aaliafy the
purpotc nnd eonditlnn nfaald Mortiraitc.
. H. HTAATH TAYLOR.
4 KDWIN FAltHONsi,
Trutec Cairo City Property.
Ctiro, 111., July ai.nlwdtd. ' ' '
la hereby gi en tlwt default Uviun occurred in the
oi (iiflconjiiion expreaied in
marteaznor ilocilnf truat'exaoutnl bv
Inir m humiiel StontH Tut lor and K.luui I'unont. Irua
teewioftheCatroClty IVoperty, datod tho ISthdayof
Marvh, A II. HSM.5Ad TeordedJn tho rivorder'a of-
(Ice, in mill for Alexander county, In thoStatof llli-
nol. in Iwok K of iod. naco 376 .to. anil nortunse
or deodof triut, couteyimi lot uumbered, lifteeu(li),
lnbloeknumleredlwii(9;, in tho aecoml addltlou to
tne city oi i. aire, iu uiu county ami ciaie.
We, the undnniKUeil, tnid. ttuto', Mill on Friday,
the Uttnlay.of Aujut ii'iJt, A. I, W). at lu o'clock
In the forenoon of that dxy, under aud by virtue ut th
iower ofaole cnnuilm-n la eald uioitvae, at pun-
llo auction, 10 me niRiieat oiuuer, nr ci
luiuainui oi xAiu irumuea. corner o
mm and ltli atreet. in aald city of Cairo. Iu Alex-
fifteen (13). in block two(i)iiiald aeooud addition U
aald oily of Culro, accarilltig to the recorded pUt
thereor, with the appurtciuucex, to aatltfy the 4)ur
paei and conditiou of anid mortgnite,
unn Miia oi MiiooiM, mini mi iiuinwreu
Tniiee of the Cairo City Property.
,111., July fUUMW. Jyil-lfil
la hereby jjlren that JefauiriiVvInK occurroil In the
performunco of the rundltioB exprel In a corUn
inorti-uueHrilreil ortnut exeoutisl liv
by John M- Cyrua
to Samuel Sta.iM Taylor aud Edwin Pi
of the Cairo City properly." and 'dated AuiLltli; A
IK in, nnil rrciirunii in tne reranier a omii
e. In ,
fnr Alexander rounir.
intheKiBwof Illinois, laU
for deed, page ix:, ii, inortKHKe
tnul cnitveylug ota nuiiiliereiV Uiltty.fo
f .four (
ihiriT-nvit (.vo. in wock numwren nro (&), in tne
third oi'ditlou in the city of tirn, iu aald county and
Statu. Wu tho tiiidemigruHUald trtiateea. will 'on Krt
dnv. tho l.lih ilav of AiiKii.t next. A. D. 1SO0. at. M
o'cloi'k in the rurenonn of Itiat day, under und uy vlr
luoof tho potter of k.tle eonUiuiHl In said mnrtg.ige,
aril, nt publlo auction, to tho hlglieat bidder, fnrcuKh,
at thuottico buildliiKof aalj truateea, eorrer ol tViuh-
tlmt day, und
inUiuiHl In tii
ho hlglieat bid
J truateea, cm
Alexunderi'ounty unitiutoof liliuoia, aald Iota nun-
inL'ton Aieniionnii isi i .iriei. in ktuic ir
U'Vli Kill l.,UI '.f 1.11.1 .1,11 II .ii. o ,(, UllXJ l,
(), lii the, third addition to mvliVlty of I'alro. accord
iiiir to thoroeortled plat tho roof, with ilie appurtoo
nnuea, to autlkfy the purHHa nnd couilitiou of uti4
Moitgage 8. HTA ATS TAYLOR,
Truateoaof the Cairo City Property.
Dated, Cairo, III., July jUt, I"!, lyil-dlU
lehorebv eiven thut default liavimr occnrr.l In ih
perf.irinuiH'o of tlw -omlitloin e.npri'.sfil in rortaiu
mortgage or deed nf triikt nxccutii bv U 'u-urd T.
It.i.a iuiiunl Ktu4t Ty.ur and J4Jwi Puraonii,
TrhitcjiWDf the Cairn City Pirn .erty, ilatml llm inth ilay
nf OUolior, A.I), isn't, and revurded in the reinrder'
ortli-o, m and fur Alexander eminty, in the Stmo of 111
inola, m book P nf lt-edi, puire in, tto., auld mortgage
on ileed nf tru.it, muieyui., UU10114 otln rn, Iota mini.
Iwred tbirt)-ix (ISO) and thirty jeven Ctt), 111 block
numbered kuventeen (II) 111 the tint uddltigii lo thu
vlv ol Cum, iu aald i-miutj- .iud btute.
te, the im lerhigned, ati'd trusteea will on F. 1 (ty.
tho bull day nf Aiut'iM u -xt. A, I). lent, ut 10 o'tl ck
in tlx- fn.-eii.i.m oftltui ii.,.in eritn-'by virtunofihii
power of mdei-iiiitaineil lu -uud morliag, nel, at inib
llc aui-tmu, (utile hgliMtbol er, fur wish, uttli'Of
lice buddiunf nai'1 1 11 .tec, 1 ru r ofWaxhlii-tnn a
ouuo uud lulhulreei,! an I mty dt' ulro, m .Moil" -er
county and Hut" of dl" o , n dlnuuuiubnrv 1 1! rj
mix (.!) und Ihlrty-kevetuill, iu blo.k iiiimU!ri ,iy.
enteeii lllj, in tlo lln Rliti .n to a.il I -nil of i ri.
aecordmatothe..' .r ' ' pi it there f, it!,lU. ,t.
teaiiii-esi, toentitfy ti oitrpo.H uu I . UI m, m,( .aid
morgit'.- - -,AVT- T VL .,
IIDWIJ! i llfiiNB,
iTilve a 1 1 1 1 1 1 c 1 uim l' tr 1 . v
Dated, Cairo, HU.July , i iyI..H