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ATsficaragua pladt'lias a loaf fourU;n
Each West Pointer coats the govern
Wx. locomotlves.a rdofltU are" produced
ju Mauchestcr, N. H.
A colored girl produced tho befit essay
ut the Portland high school.
Fifty dollar parasols, with watches in
ho handle, aro tho latost agony.
A flaw has been discovered in tho 1800
.:Able,'l30mllea froaa Valeutla.
Harvard has graduated a colored man,
OfeoJBufllo", whh tho degree of B. L.
Tho total .county and city Utr3$ be
collected in St. Louis county, is?i72.693,
'60. , , ii
Nearly our'.thousatid crafoua atarved
j death iu the great city of 'London lnst
oar. , , , i . '
Mormon rn'IsMonarlejf 'aYd ' id 'work'
amougthodeioneriitouubelluver In Vir
ginia. Of three hiitidrod Presbyterian minis
tors in Cunuda. only uluu nre doctore of
Tho new city directory of Milwaukee
vlll contain 25,000 names, indicating n
population of about' p6flQ6, "
The champion tobaccocountv of South
ern Illinois Id Williamson. Three farms
thlpped from there 1,021 hhds.
The amount of grain in store at BuiTa
Jo, Jf. Y., last Monday morning: Wheat,
SW.OOO; corn, 340,000; oats, 360,000;. rye,
Illinois, It is reported, worttrf up-I.OM,
000 pounds of jooLpvcrypyear,! oinpjoy;
lug 3,500 hands and ii, capital of $4,000,
t.00, divided among ISO mills.
Prof. Morse, the well known inventor
of the eleetrlc telegraph, foil down n
flight of stairs at his house in Pough
keepslc, N. Y., nnd fractured one of his
There are iu Bpalu L7.00J primary
schools, frequented by 1,000,000 children;
04,000 high school", 10 unlversallsts, 20
technical schools. There are, besides, 1ft)
Illinois is tho first northern state to or
gautze colored men as a part of tho mil
itia. Gov. Palmer lias aiioweu una ac
ooutrements to equip company C.
national guards of Chicago.
Tho Aurora, 111., 'Herald' oilers a pre
mlum of twenty-live dollars ut tho Auro
ra agricultural fair, to the young lady
under sixteen years of ace, for the best
samples of bread, biscuit, etc., mado by
Brazil in in u bad fluunulul condition
The national income for tho yoar will be
128,000,000, and the expenies $32,000,000
With a huge debt bcliliid, aud a conteni-
noraueous war. matter ilook black for
Sacramento has doubled In population
slnco ISOS; U iidV contains 22,000 people.
A system of levees has becu completed,
protecting It aguuist future duuger from
floods; their uggregulo loiiKth Is twclvo
miles, and they cost over $1,000,000.
Tho corn crop of tho United States for
163S was nine hundred millions of bush'
eU; or this about four millions was ex
ported. Tlio wheat crop was two hun
.ir..il inn! twoutv-ilvo millions of bushels
mid of tills tho larirer proportion wasdx-
pSrted,lthVr iir'bulk or In flour. '
In interior California, Nevada, Oregon
and Idaho, tho riatno "San Francisco"
i$ seldom hcurd. Thu usual phrases aro:
When did you leavo 'Frisco?" or "Aro
vouuolnir down to tho bay?" Tho lat
ter Is a relio of the old days when ships
from "homo" canioiu and Tout out.
A bed of coal has been discovered iu
Ford county, flfte'en miles west of Pax
tou, ou tho farni of A. 8. Guthrie, In Dlx
township. The' mineral 'Is one hundred
and cghtyflQven feet below thu earth's
surface, aud is between six aud seven
Tho 8t. Paul & Paclllo railroad com
pany have taken out an Insurance policy
in tho Nprtn Uriusn, juorcanuio co
oanv of Edlnbunr ftM London, amou!
Ing to $200,000. coverlug all Its buildings,
L nolico aduunistra
tfon? Quinsy .received the ust
Oiree mouths,.fr6m flues imposed in the
police court S1.Q00, besides $1,500 In
broken rock. During all tho previous
administration but $700 were rocolvod In
fines, and that was paid In city receipts
Tho pollco force wart theu double what It
The old savliur. that llirhtn n upvor
strikes twice In tho hiuuo placo Is, Hot
true. Captain Parker, living near lUde
f rirmfnenr railvllle, 111., tolls of a houso
on a neighboring farm that has been
struck twice onco' this summor; and
boforo tho hou.4o was built, at one time
a yoko of cattlo was klllod, und at
another time four cows on tho same
&pot, by tho an mo agoncy. Wo are not
superstitious, but wo would profor to
stop somewhere olio than at that place
during a storm,
THE LlTTliErJELti STILL TINK-
Will the pcopfe&.tfilsclauutry never
(-freed from military domination and
tyrany? Mora than four years ago the
war closed, and since that time there
has not been a rebellious hand ralsod
against the authority of the government.
Yet In one thirq of our territory tho lib
er!leoTther people are subject' jto:.tbc
whlnUf eaprlew nnd resonteBffj0'
miMUry'Ufamrts, whoso acts rocelvi tUt.
Uclt'aprWjJif of (ho Bdmlntstr,atlonl( I
Ply; todays ago,c at . jifaijt. lH,
Tennessee.irwt cue hundred mllsffftmi
Cairo, a rMnftCteble white oltl7-eB.vf
tb a Uate,' wM mesaccd by aigttil 4d
io save nimsei irom serious injury,; n
was oo m pel led o knock the nqgxdoju.
This occurred V Lauderdalp, Tenneasqe,
and 'th' nine of the : white ,mu
honest aud JiobrabIe man. The atfeo
mado liaste to the nearest military post,
told his story to the commandan t, whose
name Is given as Capt. Kcily, aud bsfore
twenty-four hours had elapsed Mr. Gully
was confined in a military prison,
around which ho heard tho constant
trump of tho uniformed sentinel. No in
quiry .vaa, made astq Mr, ,Guly'a ijullt.
Tii'j report of the angered negro was re
garded as Nufllclcnt. The remonstrances
and appeal of Mr. GulIy.'nTrleddJ woro
treated with silent coutompt;, the family
was denied aecess to the prison, and all
eiforts to procure him a hearing resulted
n failure. And why? Because Mr.
Gully had been a lifelong democrat, and
because the blgotted, ignorant, intoler
ant shoulertrRpped upstarts ijiat curso
tho South with their presence, hate, with
a mortal hatrod, those who do not think
as Unir masten have taught them to
Tho Meridian 'Gazette' asks if there is
no tribunal of redress for their citizens,
against wrongs and outrages perpetrated
upon their persons without any vestige
of Justification, by petty tyrants iu shoul
der straps? No! 'There Is none. The
creatures who could order the hanging
of a womau' against whom they could
scarcely stir up the breath of suspicion,
aro not the' men to protect the lives and
liberties of1 wblto mctL.flallty.or n-d-
hoslon to 'democratic principles. Kelly
may shoot his man In his coll, and rad
leal lenders, who shape tho character of
the administration, will applaud him as
a gallant extinguisher of a rising rebel
lious spirit. There is no redress. Tho
appeals of humanity, the claims of Jus
tice, fall now upon unheeding ears. Had
Icuilsm rules the country.
REMOVAL OF THE NATIONAL
The nre-ss of St. Louis aud of tlio
country tributary tp.that city aro agita
ting tho question or removing 1110 capi
tal from Washington. They are. of
course, quite unanliqoiis. In the opinion
that it should be, removed to tjt. iauis.
Now Cairo poseessea every advantage In
that connection that St. Louis does, and
a.nuuiber of Iho highoit eousequeuce.to
which no outer locality can my claim
St. Louis would uo doubt bo "proud of
the honor" etc., but if she secures it at
all It must uo without the outlay or any
moucy. If it Is to iuvolvo her iu a fow
thousand dollars expense sho will back
squaro out, and swear sho don't want it
Tho city that is close-fisted enough to re
fuse to 6ubrfcrlbe (u doar f.pw.ftrd, thQ
buildiug of a railroad that will bo 'worth
hundreds of thousands of dollars to) her
annually. Is entirely to Denurlous to in
cur any expense' Iti securing Oib 'nntibVikl
capital., , , . r
The fol owing is from the odltorla
columns of ho New York 'Tribune :',r
"tit. Louis Isa Verv nice nlace. It con
tal a a sound estlmablo old families who
mlht teaoh tho congressmen manners.
But we tear tuai iuo ronson wuy unica
no. aud Hanulbal,
d the other prlu-
cipal cities or
aro so ready to
yield It pre
In matter, Is that
filvalship In any
it la all very well
to nut con
tile rural districts,
and ox pec
u members to grow
in virtue by?
Uliti tho cows and.
rand by contact with.
u uoiu peasantry, their country's priue.
Practically, however, wo know very well
that rustic simplicity files at the approach
of legislatures, and unjess wo can plant
them in a bbsjy prosperous, 'ready-made
city, they will soon be surro.uuded by a
bogus metropolis of dram-shojs, gam
bling hells, ulalm offices and boarding
houses, If cougross wont to St. Louis,
jtfweuld Imvo.qothlHg todo-ln:ltsxhnurH
of easo b,ut stand on tholeveo and watoh
tho'shlnmcht of brcadstufl's. If it wont
tn Chlouiro. Its solo amusemont would bo
looking ut tho Lake tunnel and getting
divorced. Cincinnati has, ,110 genteel
family amdrfement oxoeptpork'SluuKter.
inc. und Qsliknsh cuhpulyv eiQ'tut) Jt
BuestH with statistics of its own g(okt
ness." Kuraor says that tho young lady whrini
Commodore Vandorbllt is soon to mary,
is tho duughtcr of u former Ourfaloniun,
now holding a civil office In tho city of
who had tbe"iddol(y tti l iijAjrW
leilf ' Uandsn,1 , tho sacrpd prtoh
of a negro, is' MtVft H. Gufly, a,iuiol,
ii a v
EY'EN'INj - USlV -2,
'"4 gLA YEtropT NAME," xv
Our coteitppraf y pt ? the 'Helena
(Ark.) 'Clarion is of tho
opinion that the name
"democrat" is synonymous with all that
is Is odious, and that It is about all that
stands between the .democratic party
and success. He says :
The democratic party should have
learned before this ttae iibat.th aureet:
way to defeat an jr ohjeet, project or plan,'.'
Is to call it democratic. If our people
ever wish to carry any object before (ho
people, tboy mustget YUiiniJighatu and,
Poudleton to oppose It. ' And so long at'
the opposition party is determined to
run everything "democratic", .so long
will 'they remain iu, thci minority. Tho
lima democrat is iaa' grcVa scarecrow
to the peoplo , of Iu'b North, as
Ku Klux Is to Governor Clayton. Wo
worn nnrfli af Itin limn nt Ihn Plillndol.
phia Union 'convontlou, Just beforo th'ei
presiuenuat election ot ibo4, anu saw una
heard what effect 'the uarao "democrat"
had upon tho nerves of, somo.of. thoir,
Uetlk AllUV Ullll US LUUb U1UV uw-
E roved of tho object of tho convention,
ut when the? found ifwna'tri be'f dn'as
a "democratic concern." thoy drooped ,
it. Anu jusi so sure as wo attempt any
thing under tho .name of "democrat,"
wo shall fall. Tlio nconlo of tho north
will connect the narao ''democrat" with
tho nanio "rebel," and wlU,Iuqure oV
V .IT It ti
Mr. H. A. Pollard, the bloeranner
aud historian, writes a letter io Iho 2CeW '
York 'Kun' on thg subject of tho Virginia
election, in which he intimates that the
success 'of Walker was a deathblow f
the hopes and aspirations of tho Southern
Democracy. Pollard's notions aro not,
as ho says, paradoxical, because they are
not only seemingly absured, but they drf
as unfounded, ns illogical and insano as
his own brain. -
Ollvo Logan, wlio lamented' rcJoGll J
that thero wcro no "brawny fellows" W
assist her bathing, as was tho wont In
France, wears the ordinary surf costanlpv
"Wo should have supposed," says the
New York 'Cltlzcu' "that. a person, of
Miss Logan's fine sense of the delicacy
befitting a woman, would have worn
whllo bathing nothing less than tho
every day dress of an aggredvoly virttr-
ous New England school-teacher but on
over a completo suit of masculine cloth
ing, including boots and closely-buttoned
Its CttituacrclHl, Agricultural
I I'M COAI. KIKL.UK. hocka.imahui.k
f(uiKlondtocc .St. Lou 1 1 IU'i'iiblicm.,
- OUU MOOlUiM 0 Y11'.'
llcceut perigrinatlons over tho soil of
modern "Egypt" have been prolific in
contributing items that may help jto
aniuMe a lazv hour and Increabo tho luud
of oformajl,onmgcneral1toplcsv To.bQ-
That partof the Bute lying south of
tho O. & M. It. R.," comprising about
twontv-four counties, commonly knowu
as "Egypt," I am, happy to Inform you
Ts'nTaftfh fpid strldtt towards greatness
In moral educational, .lagricuuurai ana
commercial poluts of view. Twenty
years of patient labor have accnmpllshtu
wonders here. Health, wealth, ed.ucf
tlon and morals have luiiroved to a re
-natural, resources of tb,seqti9U
has revealed tho Important fact 'that it
nosscsses within Itaftosbm tlie elements
of .a aucceas which must, in the very 11 a
JlnCUbtnivtjhfljBonao unparalleled In
the Mississippi valley.
. Take the slnglo itom of coal, for In
stance. The whole country is rich in
such deposits. Everywhere a coal mlfcu
may be opened and worked with Buccoie.
If a man buvs a farm and prefers coal
for fuel, all he has to do Is to sluk a shaft
ami dig, It put., Jf he Wants 1& for pae
chanlcal purposes, ho lias at bis floor an
abundant supply ef "hiaoK uiamonus.
If he wljbeft, tptJnvet, Jijs. .capital In a
nrnptlnalllluBtrVtion'of knv7 of the arts
ireptriaeiit oiittapfily mt earboslfereM
intiieriUI, 110 nreu hi g u uionimi
Kentucky or Pittsburg, but may supply
himself at his manufactory.
Th fiarnVmlkht besald of Hlmber. any
quaritlty ani quality-of. which hi to he
i:.nnil In tbKlfcH-MtN.' Rnildflll? StOtlB Of
nil kinds is In abundance, tho tluest
ouarrles in. Illinois. Why, I wasshowut
tills mofniutf'a ileco of 'granite jakeu
from a quarry U Jucksun county, supe
rior Iu every respect to that of Ny
Hnmnshira or Viruinla. A blook of mar
ble was taken from another quarry iu the
saiuo county timtrivuis 1110 best tarrura
iu toxturo and color, aud superior to unyj
I ever saw in pollfh. Such quarries us
theso of all, kds pf bulldlng-,mul ornu-,
mental Vtono crop out In every county
among tho hills of tlio southern tier of
No need to go to China or any other
country for earthen-ware or jilabs-waro
The flueHrpnrceliiiu amy In tho country
is to bo found in Union county, und tlio
.supply of sllox iu Union is on tho Ml-p-is-limi
below L'aiw Girardeau. Money,
liiidonternrlso urH all that fa needed to.
furnish n supply for tho United Slates.
' . 'fiirvr, IjBAd anu iuon.
If salt is wanted It is to bo had In a
bunduueu lu'Gullatln and Bttllno coun
ties. Why, Jackson countv pr6bably
furnished thu (Irit suit uiuuufautured lit
thu West, ut old Browusville. Lead and
Iron are to be found In various placts,
and only allele, while ago It was an
pounced that a sjlvetjalne, Jiad been
discovered In'Pulaskl county. I should
not be surprised if It were ruef T , -
AQRICinVTURAXi PBODUOTS. t ,
. A,8 for,agricqItural, wealth, no section
hattriade snch progress. " 'Here t1i4rtf W
to be found everything almbfct that will,
grow any where else.- I don't believe
i0offbW1beqnaBy::iattomnt to .oulUyate
the tea plant,' buttam bobEoTfo bel(eve
As effort would be successful. , But as Xr
as wheat, corn, potatoes; rye, oUf, barley,
castor beans, hopr, fcbtton and a thousand
concerned is enough, aad.lhls year mhch
to spare. ' '
But the fruit. My dear reader, iC
nakeetie Motttli water tocthlnkrlt.
All ovor "Egypt" from north to south,
and from east to west, peaches, apples,
pears, apricots, stra wberrle,irjispberrles,
cherrleH,-plums, goosborrfei, lilttckber
ries und almost 0 very other kind of burr
rles meet i'ou at every farm home, city
village, hamlet or by thu roadside in
quantities that astonish any' but "wuck
ers.',' n'Antlithen thc:grapci3 Acrcijupon
acrea of grapes are grown overy year und
aud thousands of gallons of wine are
manufactured. Inn word, If you desiro
to locale J ru Tr .wm-t T
Till. QAItDKN' OF AMKUIC'A,
Where wine, milk and lionev How in
hbhtidanw, 'Wlr'cdlOfhealth and"
Inuunuiu vumwiiiu 114 cuiiuiu IIIU Uliunai.
inman destroy where education, moral'
ity aiul refluement tend to gratify the
finer sensibilities, and dcvclopo tho in
tellectual powers, where society con
tributes a symmetry ofcliaraeterithaUhaH
onen to all beuovolentlv dl?Doscd per
sons, thfil I any "ntiH u'n stakefl!' veil out
fund come with bag and bugguge to
Egypt. You may prolong your extotcnoo
fifty years, and ,bo permitted after a .Iho.
well spent among alio honest and
u-liriln.umtlni I "mifUnr'' tn "imthnr tin
your feet hnll slotp 'with otir fatlfers" In
THE BRUISER ALLEN IN PRINT.
Tho following eplstlo needs neither In
traduction nor explanation:
Wash Home, St. Louis, July 29.
(To tho Editor of tlio St. Louli Itopubllcan.)
Sin Seelug in this mornlngBapeiv
that tho great O'Baldwiu says that lit
will fight mo, but does not mean to fight
an lrlaomatij 1 mean to saytnat uo uas
altnrnd his mind slnco ho was here last.
when he said that McCooIb was no good.
1 1 should like to know what he Jiaa
done, and who he has beat, to get Into
such notorloty; as soon as my bauds are
empty, as tliev aro full at present, I will
fight nlm, O'Baldwtrij at'rhts owii sum,
fifty miles from Detroit, or In Canada, or
anybody else. 1 do not caro whether
they are Enitilsh, Irish or Dutch: it
makes uo difference to me where they
When be, .O'Baldwiu, fought Marsdeu
In England, I tried to get 111 hi to fight
only half of.ouq round, but could ,upt get
him to It.
I wish to inform tlio public that neither
I nor Jim Coy no, my trainer, will bo At
tho O'Baldwiu beuefit on Saturday next,
but will be hnppy to see tho public at my
own saloon on Saturday next.
Yours truly,, Tiioma Ai.le.v,
' Ciro,t iiiuuiy ik, imiv. i
l'ubllc notice is hereby given tint a committed Iim
Imcii apiHtinted to examine end uoiiecl tho ihjC
tnentlltt of.reni'auil personul property for the cilr
reiUyera,,aria that AAidnsseiisinenl list la now In my
ofQco open for inspection, and will so remain until
JIoodaiV.theih day of August, 18, dnrlnjr which
tiniodcortnnltiVo'wnrhiS&Timtr mectlnxa tn-trie
City cie rkieake,-Mi,W1 JWWfta.'!4
writing) ids objections.
y said busetsmeni can dio "uhiii" un; uwum
Car. r.leenlh nnl Wnehisigton Aitt)H
IfiteMfntrflMKSa. dm B'rVVW and
Alao, UatlCTelict, wnlnnt or stained cbftmsmodo to
or.ler, at ery lowpnces. ...
..... l" ........ l.l.an ma.L. KAlnrr a nrjf
'I i ill Mifii. i I J
Ui.10iil.NS 10 It Hit: ViOL'lyK!
IUvIuKloaed out their old stock of Clothing, have
tlsiutpu Hud SHltudid Klli,
Which cmbraecB overy kind of .',
Fnahlouiklile Ueutlcmeu'e Wfr,
I I1 ' IM ui
ncli ns li suited to all clinpi. 4
They would ukk cspeelal attentlou to their rupply 1 1
XXntaas anaxcii Oapsi,
In wlilvji they profeM to' l'cai the marUet. .Uo to
Which cmbrai-o nil rtyloi of .CToths, (
Tced, Jte., from ttluch tholrtiujd6u!l6r-
OLOTIIINO TO OUOF.lt
In tho best nmnnrr, nnd slrlctly faihionabU-.
U ery complete, including innny noveltleH nivor be
fore brotieht to thisi mat Uet.
Trunka, of every 'iiylti VulUek, Cut-tact
Hack, Xt, J
Aasured of their abil tr to sell Itooda from their ana
atock.ohoaprtliau over lieJore, me;
criminatinKpuciio to extend tnein
ino patronage iuo.t
r, , OTTT, i
johint h: QBEKLY & CO"
OTICE. - ffK-i M')
( . Office pi tli Cairo St.J.ou!RAllrOBdCo..l
Oilro, lit. Jniy 2tt lseo. -1
Ameetlngof tho,iltrlorjior tliis, company will b
nelil onTliurattny, tlio SSIIi-lnst., at 10 o'clock, n. ta.,
t tho Southern IIotM, In tlidclly of Ht, IjuIi,Mo. '
iJyJIWit -ffTAATriTXVOIt, Jldent.,
KmysTot Ymih(! l(torilho InVercstlng rcUtloa
it llrMtsfaom'to IKWp, In the Institution of Marriage
f-auldo to matrimonial felicity, and truo happlne".
fenf-iy?iail In acalciUcttf r rnvnlapt freo of charge.
AlreM,HOWAK AlOCIATlp, bpx P, rhlladef
filH,'Pa. ' my31dW3m
Ii'hrVcby kuAi iht (Ufivult lmln oocurred Sa ii
tHufonnKnco of th condlUnDH (vxprcntra In accrUtfl
Mortgaxn or ltxl of TrUit o.oclltiH by Kdw.rd .
Hon to Sninucl Stoat Taylor ind Edwin 1'anonAi
rruatcrs of, Ui Cftlro City Properly, dated tho IStft
diiyofAprJl, A.D, 18M, recorded In tho ltecordcr'
Olncp1. In nnd for Almander county, In the State1 of
jlllnol. In Hook 1' of lpedi.p.ne 167Ac;sald Mortsajc
brDriul ofTriinl couvcjijig .luta iminborvd 3(Uirce)
nd,4 (fourj. In block nnmbared .1 (three), in tho flret
Kdlillon tt lhdity,of Cairo, in the aald county and
Htato,. rc, tho undersigned, raid Truateea, will en
JTlday, (hd 13tll day of Auail.t nojt, A. V., UO),
otK In iho forenoon of Unit dv. under' and
lY'tlttu'i'nf tliutiovrrnf milerontalncil JimAld Mort
"''II. nt Public Auction, lo the hlehcat bidder,
rT Ch at th ollico1 balldinuof Mid Truatee, cor
'SiSf(Yfll4l"l(,ol,Acuoin(08ij trccl, Inaaldcltjf
in i.nirn, in AirCTWiT conni" nmi rimo oi Illinois,
ivittloU-;jivlK r(MU(lhn'c) and I (futir) la block I
lK-rcil .1 itlitcc) in tliv tlrbt luMltlAh to'aald city oft
lircohlliii." to tho rccoriloil pl.Ul thrrvof,-nttii h
litirtrnfiiicua. to rntl'fv the uuiiKkH and condition of
i.tortSK. i. dilMliju,A
" ". i:mviN I'Aiwi.Nn.
-kj ' t.. " Trtuu-esuf thet'AiroClty Truiierty.
CiiYw, lit., July rtkflMWItd.
Ci- uiiU '-l ,1 u u. x . ,'- ;i.; t.i.-
TICK.' 1 ' ' '' i - r
t' ' 'II i . ! 'ft . , ft. .. I , ts .
iH lircby!mi,lluu,Uif4iililiviiifrlot?:urrel, In tht
licrform.incpof lhundltlons spri-mcd In ocertttB
MortK0 or Deed of Trutt vi6onti1 byi.Cliarlea
i4i;Uocnmi'yr,nnd AndriMi I'oiiii tosjttmuelstontaTajr-
lnPIn,!' f,r.tln t.rlhn 'Tn.lWi f thA. Cairo CUT
Itoni-rtyrfidatid tptowlx-j; UU, u,nnd lecordod
In the llccorder'a Ortlce, fnnnd fur Alexnndtr county,
M'dWatelrillinol. Iu Ilock l of Deoda, P4uol,
loaltl MorUtaitu or liifit Trut. nonu-ylnn iot num.
tred 0 (fix 1 and 7 (bn J, In block nnmiwrtxt o
In th third addition to tho city of Udro. ihXald coup
tyanilHtate, we, tho undcuiirncd, ail Trusteea, will
,oii Ktldny, tho ISUt dayiof August ext, A.D., UWi
nt lOauloclc'm tli finiiooiof t hat May, under and U)
rtrtwioftho power of aide contained InsaM Mortp;ae
wll,il lHibllc Anbtion, to tho hlahont Udder, for uash,
atUib omcobuJIdlnK of aJit.TriutvM, corner of Waah
Ihgton AVenuo an.r Wlh TtreM, in raid city of Cofro.
in Alexander' coUntr atJl Hutu of lllinoh, nnld low
numliored 0 (six) nnd 7 (norm) in raid block limber.
(id(Mxlln mid third Addition to Mid tlt oficulro
neoordlng to tltonworilcd plirt thtreof, with the annus-,
tenanccd, to snthfr Iho purposes and condition Ta
H K KbWI.N, PARSONS,' ' ,
Trnott wfllidCltlrdCity IToperty. '
Cairo, 111., July II nl, lH-ie-dtiU
U hereby ivn that dciiult having occur red In tl
perfbnnsnoe or the oendltlona nxprriueil In a certain
l-ilaiisf oi lJcl uf Triut executed liy Jtcnry J)unker
to HAinuel Htnnu Taylor nnd lvlwin rartons,TPrustees
of the Cairo Olty l'mptrty, dall AuguM ta,-ltm3, nd
recorded In tlio Itocortler's oftlue. In atd for AUxiui
derrounly, In the Mate of IIIInl, In Book I'of Oeede
liao 119, suld MorUiiso or Deel of Trilt oonTevlaK
Iota numbered 17 (setentrcn) nnd 11 eiRlitit). re
block numbered 11 (totjr-oue, in the lonrtliwldl
tlon to the city of Cairo. In raid county mid State, we
mo uuai'ri)(nuu, mia iruaircr, win
on Kriday,'lhn 13th day of August next, A.D., 1SW,
M 10 o'clock of Uie forenoon of that day, jmdi-r ,od bv
virtue of the power of ralo contained In said Mortgage
roll, at Public Auction, to tboblghvrt bidder, for Cash,
nt the office buildlm; hf ld Tnitce!", comer of Waih
iugtoo Avenue und irtii street, in raid city of Cairo,
In Alexander tf unity nnd Htaleof Illinois, raid lots
numbered 17 (evntrcn) and 1 (eighteen), in raid
block' nuniUued21 itn unijn) In luiid Fourth nddl
tlnn lo raid City nfUiIro, aeconllng to tho recorded
plat thereof, with tho iippurtenunrce, tn. satisfy the
purpose and conditl. n or .aid Moriiuue.
,,,..1 .-s S. 8TAATH TAYI.OE,
1 1 Kinri.N PAllfON?.7'
Trmteen Cairo City Property.
Culm, III., July Si, iwiNdid,
irwr.-t ; : n ;
Is hereby given ttua ilt-fauii haiinK occurred in lbs
perfonrtteAf lh.iiiiftll!ous expivied hta.eerlain
moilKago or ileed of trust executed by MnrKarut Kw.
Inc tu rtimuel Hunt Trnrnnd Hdirm i'aoonif, trus
tees of ihcCalrp.Uty lnJrtrty, dated tho 18th day ot
March, A.I.1H.- nnd tocurdeil In -Uie reoonler'a of.
oo.Mnau.tforiAleKniideroniity, In ,lhe Hlniof, JUi
mils, n hOk I! ptlVedS, pAcbMo 'Ac TaaliFwoWgrfffe
or deedhf rustfi,'n nyingl.it nuinliTHI Uftef(li;,
In block nuinleiwitwq(,tytlie;eooiid addition to
W, tho unduralKnuil, M tiustcis, wilt on Friday
Ity oruir, in iiai.i county mm mate.
the 13th. day nf Aiiwut next, A.I), lwy, ut . W o'clock
Id tho fbVenium of ili.it ihty, lirhKrliild by virtue' Af
ower of rnle contained in rWt mortaKe. sell, at pup-
auction, to tlie lilClieat uiuuer, lor casu. uunooi
vtoue and Wth street, In mm r ()' r Wtrp, , tn Alex,
nder county nnd Htats orilllnols. raid lor Tmmborcd
lllVCVIl liwi. ... on, n ...... .-. w.-..
ilm. arLMrillni.' lo the rei-onlrtl nisi
thereof, Willi in
llio uppTirWuuceii, Ui satUfy thoput
p.ae; aud condition. fl-eUMibw.
Dated, Cairo, III., Julr
r of the Cairo City rropertJ
21rt, lrj. jyixAXd
la hereby Riven that default Having o.Mirrm In the
perfoiiniuicnof the condltionii expresaeiPla aVJerUaJa
mortg'U:'' nlel of trust nxecuted hv John- M Cyrus
to Humo.ilHUiifM Taylor and Edwin f'nrwms, tnwtee
eUlAUUu City.WOWfti, Aud. lUUid AlUlUatmivA
I). ImU, nnd reconled In the reropler' offlcc, In and
forAli'jander coimtyjit UuBalnf Illiuola, In book
I'of deels, page VJl, A', raid mnrtgage or deed of
trust conyiug lota nurabem) tidriy-foiirj (JMU.aad
thirty.flvo (U), in blooka numbered Ave (S). la ike
ihlr.1 ui'ditiun In thutltv of Citiro. in raid countv nrf
Jitiilc AVu-IUu uiultriiuucdsaldtruaiccj, wllloa Kr.
day.llio lHth day of A"Kiit next, A. IMSi. at M
sell, at public aiietioii, to the highest bidder, forcoih,
at Iho omeo buildtna; of enU tnistesf odrrer of vioali
inctou Avenue and JStli street, in raid city of falfajiu
AlcxandercoiintyiuiilJStateof Illinois, raid lota num.
!::r,;l .l,ll,rfy;f",uri(iu 1,n'.1 ,h,r.,y;n.y W in u,(Mk nv
(3), In tlio thlnl rtililltlou to ruld'clty of I'ulro. accord
(nit to the recorded pl.U thereof, with tho uppurten
ancen, to snthly the purposes nnd condition of.rale
Mortgage H. HTAATHTAYI.OH,
, .Trustees of tho Cairo City I'ronorlv
IUtcdyCuluV; 111., JalyttUtf life... af lygl.tltci
isiiureiiygivt.il nun uc huh imvinit ocourrtxl In th.
office, Iu and for Alex jiidei county, In the State of 111
WV.";'.' 1 ,,f l,lc,,? l"K Ktl'l mortOTcV
r" "viVI. ""'' ""vejinir, iiMiniif otlu-rs. loU num
ld thtrtyjrlx GttU'nd. tltl r tjrtit. n rl t,,
liuuberod seventeen (17) in Hut llrst nhdftfonlolht
eitv ofUnlro, In wild county und Htate. 1
.1 ".Sli"'? mi'l,lT!,lK('l. "Hd trilKtuea will on l-'rldav
tho Wth day of Auuurt next A, I), isoa, at 1 1 o'clock1
ui the fonuiuonoftlutdft), under nnd by vlrtuuof tlie
power of wdo contained lit mid iiiortBace. Vol 2 "uiibt
I c auetjon. to tin- .highest bulder. forT'M'nT
ulldii.KMfsida trustees, c.inirpf WBrilliitt
Md llbti street, I., e.1,1 city ,f rftw. IS Al2l25.?
mH; ,0,4,Hfy th "UriHires nnd condlt en of aw
,not,' k 8TAATS T V X l.O,l,
. . Intstee.) of the l"alroCiiv l'r.'Prtv
mortgage or deed or trust oxecu'tlll ' by 'l"-i
Itos to Hnimiel Htiuits 'I'nylor mid Kdwln
irukit'i'M ui i h Liitm i ir v if .1.. . 1
rouniv linn etaie ur iiiiuou, Hard low nut nbered thlr
nlx(;W)iml thlrty-reven (371, In block nnmreVl v
euteen(17),intho lirst a.d.Jtin?, luWirTwi.
nceordlnir to the recorded nUt ie .' iiLii...., .