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THE PRESIDENT ON THE C0N1E6T
President Grunt Iihh avowed himself
Jn sympathy with tliat" party in Ml&sW
alppl which will in good faith carry out
tho reconstruction acta, ratifly the flf
teenth amendment to the CoiiHtltutlon,
and give protection to llfo and property.
In a conference with n prominent con
nervatlve of that State he desirod to know
whotbor the former enemies of tho gov
ernment wcro noting in good faith in
their professions of loyalty, and said this
would noon be ascertained in part by the
Hction of conservative republicans in
Virginia. If they were acting in good
faith he would be glad to havo not only
tho intelligence and Influences of that
Htate, but of tho South generally, in sup
port of hi admlnlHtratlon. Tho Presi
dent Inquired at whnt time tho conven
tion would nomlnato their candidates,
and when Informed It would probably
be alxHit tho 1st of September, ho replied
he would hco what kind of a ticket they
put in the field, urn! IiIh action would lie
Influenced more or lefts by subsequent
ovenU ami couro of ntlulrn in tho South
So thlM wlshawashy, milk-and-water
man wait for developments wait for
thc.cominmids of his m astern. Oh for
Jackson a win, in the Whlto House!
The completion of tho Kuer. canal,
which will be announced In October,
will btaud for centuries us a triumph of
stenlui aud enterprise, honorablo alike to
the people and tho age.
The viceroy of Egypt proposes to sig
nalize IU opening by a gorgeousncss of
display that will attract visitors from all
portions of the civilized orld. Already
on the banks of tho cauul magnificent
lodges aro being erected, and decorated
In a manner that will represent many of
the peculiar characteristics of tho coun
1 try to which thoy owe their origin. Vast
amphitheatres are to bo provided in
which will bo held exhibitions thirt will
rivul in the richness aud glitter of their
appointments the presentations of olden
times, when millions or dollars were In
volved In tho display of an hour. Most
of the crowned heads of Europe will be
present. Tho French emperor is having
manufactured at Lyons a tent woven of
illk and worsted, which will cost 530,000,
to bo erected for tho emperor or his rep'
reseutatlves. Thin tent will bo taken to
Paris aud sold at public auction, the pro
ceeds to be distributed among the poor,
Unon the whole, we doubt not, tho
opening of the Suez canal will bo cele
brated In a manner that will form i
marvel even In the wonder-teeming ago
In which we live. Thn opening is ap
pointed for November 17th.
Tho subject of Chinese Immigration ii
bolur ereatly agitated throughout the
entire republic. It is almost universally
opposed by tho radical party upon tho
supposition that it would supplant aud
eventually drive out tho negro. Nothing
on earth could be more absurd than such
an idea, in tho vast, undeveloped country
like ours. It is a narrow policy and op
nosed !to progress and onterprlso that
does uotfavor any scheme to brlug cheap,
efllcient labor Into our country. Tho
onlv elfaot that it would have upon the
negro would be to stimulate him to
degrco of energy aud ludustry that would
result in his own elevation.
Tho Cincinnati 'Commercial' takes i
very wise and liberal view of the ques
tlon. It says:
"The costliness ofAmoricau labor
one nromlnent drawback in tho do
voionmcnt of tho South, and of all our
new btates and territories. ineso rich
mines of cold and silver, and iron aud
coal, remalu un worked; theso couutlesa
acres of virgin soli lie uutllled, because
or the want of capital to pay for working
and cultivating them. Now, ouo dead
nlug element costliness of labor in this
country, (aside from Its scarcity aud tho
consequence- Jack of competition to re
duce Its price.) is tho cost of supporting
the laborer. Tho Amorlcan laborer con
sumes enough meat, tea and coffee, two
or three tlinca a day, to keep a Chinese
laborer ror a ween, ine pnea 01 mem,
as la, well known, ,1s about four or live
times1' thatvxf bread. Let tho Cblneso
laborer, who consumes Jlttlo oruo meat,
onco com largely into agriculture iu
this countryi and he will develop, and
render fruitful vaat regions whlob could
never be opened to production at the
high cost of natlvo American labor.
"Nover fear that tho American laborer
will be injured by compotton. The un
developed wealth of this country la too
vast, und tho avenues to profitable. In
dustry too numerous to justify any
axnlety ou that score. With millions of
acres now aching to bo cultivated, to say
nothing of now provinces knocking at
the door of tho Union for admission, wo
have, and shall continue to havo for cen
turles to oomo, more land than laborers
in this country. China and Europe, on
tho other hand, havo immeiiaural y,
::.-o, lnhnrors than land. To cnuallzo
tho proportion will harm nobody-least
of n l ourselves, who mo tho gainers by
everv added human being, to help us cie
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laborer? Kvenso may It bo found In tho
veiott our weuiiu, u i-w , iy, uur ng wh ch they charged t int tno v ..r,--......
tho burdou8 of taxat on Does anybody T , . 5,. , ' ,,7, ..T.i .m.u i., pe er drawing eight feet loaded cannot
believe! hut tho European emigration to "nitei1 states military authorities iccimmo.latt.. half the ouriro which a
th h country has inado It tho poorer; or Texas were favoring tho conservative or regular Mississippi boat laablo to float on
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nvntnn I.IIU 1Mb 111 tflll Jllliuilbuu XXtllilllltlll iVIIILT 111 lilt? Illiriv. 11 U IIUJCUV t LllutliL'irilli I HIU hiiw, ,nu II iiituu.
end that tho Chinese emigration, umio-lut m . removed. .no 8,,0.u"' V m W".veiiienoy
Blrablo as it may appear to eomo. is a . "!on''urj mcers in texas re!u"e ! di'mamls to the streams which they navl
!?" J-r..i ii,u,Tt in worklnc otil tho nnd ultra-radicals assigned to duty in . tho otherahould bo ascloso as clr-
Drosnerity and welfare of tho republic"
k OFFICE: No.
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SUSTAIN ONE ANOTHER.
Persons who refuso to support homo
industry, can scarcely oouilder them
selves deserving of homo patronage.
Upon this head a cotemporary remarks
that somo persons havo a perfect
mania for going out of town to purchase
that which they can as woll buvatborae.
and which Wue times out often Is just
as cheap. , '
This Is decidedly wrdnrr. and ii? atonce'
detrimental to your own Interest, and'
to tho interests of tho placo in which
you live. If.you have any money to
spare, be. miro and uso it in your own
community lastcad of a foreign one
'Livo and let live" Bhuuld boyour motto.
Tho Only way to .buld up a town and
iceep it alive is to spend your money at
loruo. HIrd home mechanics, patronise
homo manufacturers And homo mer
chants. Bull iL.ud. your homo interest
and all is safe. By so dolnc you will
nover be compelled to sell out and no
elsewheio to find a live town.
TIIE "FOREST CITFS" A VI) "RED
The much talked of gamo of base ball
between the Forest City club, of Rock
ford, and the Hod Stockings, of Cincin
nati, came ofT In Chicago Saturday after
noon. Afl usual, tho Forest fMrv'n
badly beaten. Since this club never
beats anybody why doesn't it disband?
lho lied btocklnirn went to bat first
and scored 1. The Forest Cltv'a followed
with tho same count On tho second In
nings neither counted. On the third in
nings the Red Stockings scored 0, aud the
Forest City's 4. The largest run bv the
Rod Stockings was 19: the largest run
by tho Forrest City's, 10. Theio were
from 8,000 to 10,000 persons nrcsont. so
closely packed that they broko through
uw ropes, considerably Interfering with
At tbo meeting of the cabinet on FrI.
day last it was decided to remove every
government oniclai in Tonnesseo who
refuses to stand by the ultra-republican
nominations in that stale and use every
uuon w Becure tue election of Stokes
lho result of the election in that itato la
looucd forward to with creat ahxletv bv
tho majority of the cabinet, who aro de-
terminea to use all means In their power
in the Interest of Blokee Company.
This iudlcatos tho depth of radical sin
cerity. Ten days ago tho radical press
was outapoKon In favor of the idoutlcal
platform upon which the conservative
element of Tennessee will to-day elect
Senter. This unmasking comes too late.
PALIS G THEIIl' INEFFECTUAL
A Wafhlugton letter writer says: "Ac
cidentally making au Inquiry at a book
store yesterday, I learned a fact worthy
of note, which was verified by inquiries
elsewhere. It relates to" that curious
sheet, 'The Imperialist.'' The newsdealor
told mo that upon iu first appearance,
and for several week thereafter, ho sold
from fifty to seventy-live eoples. The
sales aro now dwindled to six. Other
dealers iu JJieclty say, tho same thing.
Somo no longer sell any. One would
'suppose that iu Washington such a pub
licatlon would meet more success,"
"TRUE AS GOSPEL."
Theso words deserve to bo chiseled in
marble aud to bo Immovably fixed at
evory Btreet comer of overy town and
villago of the country:
"One of the means by which wo may
build up a town, and bring prosperity to
our business gouerally, Is for overy one
to patronize home institutions, especially
in articles that aro manufactured here,
Keep the money In our town Is tho way
to make It rich, and overy man that
sends away for work he, can Just as easily
get done here, deprives the vtowu of Just
tnat mucu wealth, aa woll as dlscour
agaa ontorprlue. ' '
We havo teleeranhlo information to
tho effect that several proMljhent mem
bers of congress, treeeatiy la Washing
ton, nave exprest4'Uittaiflf ( in favor
of collecting tho lMooaM4tax on govern
ment bonds hold taBropo, to bo de
ducted on presentation of the coupons at
tho treasury. They assort that it would
be just to tho bondholders who now pay
tho tax, while forolguors have escaped it.
A bill has already beon prepared for, this
purpose, and will bo introduced imme
diately on tho meeting of the next
A lato telegram forom Washington
A few parties here, claiming to rcpre
sent the Davis (cxtrem
olv ni.llP.in wine
oii radical) wing
y in Texas, have-
of tho ronublicun party
had soveral intorviows with Boutwell
and other members of tho cabinet recent
of tilcso purHe8 s to havo a number
i their stead.
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nr n jit mm
EVENING?. AltjferUST 3,
A HUGE DEBT.
Tho Now Orleans 'Picayune' says:
The public debt of the United 'slates
amounts to more than $2 CO a mlnuto for
every minuto that has elapsed, Jday and
night, Sundays included, filnco the be
ginning of tho Christian era; or about
six dollars au hour for ovory hoar since
the creation of the world, according to
'the Mosaic chronology.
Philadelphia is to havo a bigger musi
cal Jublleo than Boston has had. It is
proposed to celebrate the contennlal aun.
vorsary of the signing of the declaration
of Independence, on tho 4th of July,
1670, by a gigantic musical fativnl, in a
building especially erected in Fairmoiint
Park, capable of accomodating 100,000
spectators, and 12,000 performers.
Tho PaduMh 'Herald of Sunday says:
The filcwrtuIckjiiurdereM.Jjttvo at
last Tcpjeaptured and lodged in 'the
MayfleldjH. They were captured in
the WaTltWaivof "bottom. nftVTr n. most
despeiattvihnd determined resistance.
They got behind treon aud fired at tholr
pursuers until their ammunition had
beon completely exhausted, when they
were compelled to surrender. ''TZTm '
Those" Now York preachers aro certain
ly progressive; they areln advancoof the
age; what, iu common parlance, might
bo termed "fast divines." Not long
slnco we had an instance of Beecher's
reverencoaud chastity of language, illus
trated in his "damned hot" sermon, and
now; we havo one from Rev. Mr.Kniytu a
Presbyterian, who, In speaking of Peter's
denial of Christ, makes Peter to have
said, "I'll bo damned if I know anything
Tho auditor of State estimates that the
corporate debts of tho municipalities ot
Illinois amount to onohuudred million
of dollars i. c. tho different countle,
cltles'and towns owe that much money
on account of local contracts, etc. This
is equivalent to one million of dollars to
every county In the State. Tho debt of
Alexander county, railroad subscription,
town debUi and all, ia less than half a
On Friday last a circular tier of seats in
the Rink at Cleveland, Ohio, rising one
bove tho other to a bight of thirty Xat,
covered with tho sweetest portion of bu
inanity-; fifteen hundred ciWrcn gave
way, precipitating hundreds of them to
the boor below. Thoso upon the highest
seat scampered, poll-moll, toward the
bottom, while thoso at the bottom tied
to-ward tho audience, meeting tho great
crowd of excited friends pushing to the
rescue of the children. Beyond somo se
vere bruises, the accident way not attend
ed with any sorlous results.
G A I M O.
"The Ouly RUal Sti Louis Has to Fear
THE GRAIX MOVK.nc.1T,
il'rom the St. Loula Journal of Commoree.l
According to the chaneeablo vlawac at,
those who hold tho self-appointed duties
of regulating and Increasing tho com
mercial Interests of St. Louis, our loca
tlon as a trade centre is most unfortunate.
If grain Is shipped to New Orleaus for
export, that Southern port must derive
all tho benefit, say they; and hence It la
arguod, the true aud only way by which
our city can eujoy tho full advantages of
the trade ia to snake her a seaboard de
pot and entrepot through the medium of
steam propeuen auapieu coin to river
aad ocean navigation. But hero cornea
In another difficulty: that of low waitn,
which continue for several months lu
the vear. at a time, too, when orders are
likely to bo largo from foreign and. do
mestio markota. How is that to be ob
viated? By shipping produce by light
urart ooau anu ty rauroau ueiow me
lipe of sandbars aud. shallows, , ltjta
promptly- answered.' t Wfcero. Is that?
Cairo. Then New Orleaus Is transfer
red to the Junction of tho Misilppi aud
OIilo rlven, anil wo aro uu fcottrr oil", If
as well. It would bo folly'to'utiload' the
small steamers aud barges from upper
rivers ot tk la point U !ncr the additloaal
expenso of trans-shipment by boat or
car to Cairo, and as a matter of course
thoy would pass on to the point where
tho nrbijollew woro moored,' aud we
should'befgnored altogether. Cairo Is
a place 'of' some pretentions in oiir
opinion tho only rival which St. Louis
has to fear and this practical acknowl
edgement of its superiority in respect to
river facilities would tend to build It up,
and strencthen it'for the struirclo of rl-
tvalry at a much earlier day than would.
oinerwise arrive ueioro mu oono anu
cristle, in all probability, of the new
enterprise with us had become set aud
hardened. This U very unfortunate,
cortnlnly, for our locality, when consid
ered from the monopolizing stand-point
occupied by our self-constituted directors,
of business matters. A sea vessel must
1 necessarily draw morp water than a tint
bottomcd r,Ver oruft( aii t0 the eXtont?
t() whoU tllIfl ,3 rt.quisue for 8lfoty ou
tho ocean is tho cupaclty of tho ship I in
paired for carrying quuiiiieM o tno river,
of classes of vessels for tho trade, and while
I oumstauceu will permit to the de-n and
open sea. Admitting thlH, it will be con
ceded by overy body that'St. Louis'c6m-
mauds a remarkably flno position. But
what Is to bo dono under existing clr
cumstaucea? It l hard to say, unless
we discourteously turn away from tho
propositions how thrust beioro tho pub
lic, and adhero t6 thn hrern nlnn am
orfeinally adopted. Suppose the orders
or Kraiu. aro received at New Orleans,
the grain Is supplied from here, aud that
IS a UM10' ,n?PO'taat iriatter. Bupposo
New Orleans is a little bourbonish in her
etyleof transacting business-disposed to
charge heavy commissions and some,
what given to Inactivity there is good
reason to bolievo that nn nni
;her commerce would bring in elemo'nts
oi euierpnsq. ana. vigor thatmigbt ro
form her whole syHtem. We cannot well
?carry out our grain movement program
so a without tho hearty occurrence and
co-operation of the Crecont City, and
thore is evidently a safer and cheaper
way to secure these than by threaloulhg
her with Bayou Manchacand oceamt
JACK 1M..1IMS COl'UTNIIII'.)
Out iu Missouri II TP a. -Mrst', TTo mn.
dale, who lias nrdiad pJ.idaughthf:oaBted
I'lalue. This man Jack site didn't like,
but shi was lnformed that Juck atldLaU
ra had arranged a plan of elopement..
Her miud was quickly made up She
announced to Laura thn nnrf mnrnlni'
I'thatsho wasgolng-to BellOTlH6ori a'vlslt,
w uc u juuu Kin una not tear tno nouse
down wnlle she was gone. .
xnaimgui Jack knew of it, and as lie
read tho nlco little note that bado. him
v.'n w w . w. l.lllll IIJIIIIIUI 1.1IIJV"
home, and what a-, nice time wo will
have,' ho smiled, knocked tho ashes oil
tils cigar, and resolved .on a courso lu
Jack went over, but thero Is no earthly
usu in our attempting to describe the de-
lectaoio tilings no enjoyed; it was a su
gar season at the plunLatlon. sure. ,
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iu iwiuru uumk, wiiuo jacu was run
. I . r. . 1 1 . i i
mug uvur iuii oi ine occtsion, in rusncr
Laura's waiting women with
n Lord bress me, chll'u, of yer ain't
missis at do gate."
"My God, Dinah, what shall wo do with
( MPop him Iu tho closet. Mis Laura,"
anu jacK was popped in the closet in a
In sulked the old lady, who sharply
scrutinizing uto disconcerted anu oiusn
ing countenance of Laura, feltsuro thai
Jack had been thero 1
"Come here, Laura. Now you can't
decieve me. That abominatiou Plaint
has been here, and you aud he have
fixed upon a runaway match, to come oil
to-olKht: I know, you see."-'-
Laura was silent, and tho old lady
"But you II find that your mother ic
no fool, and too sharp for you, my lady
Sooner than you should marrv that mis
erablo Jack Plaiue, I'd see you laid in
yimr grave. ois not going to squandei
my money, i assuro you."
The old lady arose, and going to a
clothes press, returned with soveral com
forters ana a pillow.
Then walked up to the closet where
Jadk was concealed, threw them iu anil
said to Laura:
"Now march in here. Miss; step along
I'll, look out that you don't see that low
born mechaulo this night."
Laura protested that sho dldu't want
to, declaring that her mother might be
oriry for it some day.
But. without paying any attention to
tier, sho gave her a pu9h, shut'thodooi
thd locked it, put the key In her pocket
and went to bed,
"Early in tho mornlug the,, d, lady
arose, and without waltlue to dress, took
tho,' key from, her pocket aud opened the,
eioiei uoor 10 uiu.xiaura como torui.
gazed wildly for au lustant, aud, uttered
a most piercing scream.
Recovering very rapidly, sho started
away from tho door aud called faintly
Y "Laura, dear, go into tho kitchen and
eee about breakfast."
Then preseutly; . .
- "Jack, I say JacK"
Jack came forth with a son-in-law
'Well, madam, what is it?" . . ,
"Doyou know any thing abput a farm?"
"Nothing to brag of, nia'au,' said
ell, at any rate. Jack. I think that
after breakfast you and Laura may as
wen co down to tue city ana got mar
ried, forl'mWred of watching you, (hat's
a lact." i
To this arrangement Jack assented,
and ever after (hat was a loving husband
nna an exempiary6pniu?iaw,
DI680LUTION OF CO-PARTNEK-tiHIV.
The co-partnership heretofore . cilstfng' between
Cliarlea Gayer and Hoary Waldamith, In the butcher
Int; pualueaa, In tills city, haa been dliiolvcd by
mutual eonaent. All' debts dim the firm mar bo
paid tq either Mr. Ouyer or Mr. Waldimlth.
Ciiro.llL, Ati(. s, ISM-dnt
Cirr Ctinii'j Office. 1
, Cairo, 111.,. July .3o,;.lby. )
Public hAlloe U iiorAy lvou that cpramltteo hai
tH'en appointed to exnmlno hntl eoVrect the a8e
inenci4t of j-oivl aad rononal propoity for the cur
runt ) ear and thut hsld aHt.oiwinenl list ii now In my
otHcqonon for inapeciloii. and will to remain until
M'induy, (ho fill day of Aimuat, 180S), liurlntr which
timeimld oouunitteo will hold daily meet luxa In tho
"imiij, mo I'm uay oi auw
nioBuid oouunitteo will hold
CityCUrk'a ollice, and any periiou feclini; airrrierf
by said anset.iinent can tlio with the (lily Clerk (in
writinc) liU oblectioiifc. JOHN 1IKOWN. .
uuy iicm, j
WHITE LEAD, ZINC AND OILS,
WINDOW Q LASS
Bruibea, Wall I'ucr
95 OHIO LEYEE.. CAIRO,
JOHN H. OBEELY & CO
WANTED AGENTS FOR BIB LIT
An entirely new work that hits bon In acllroprep
f "Ion fr over thirty yenrs ; corillally endorsed by
l?aalnff clcrirymen orBlItiianrlnclPnl dcnomlnntlonn.
l "f u pno cirauiar, aiTlnu run particular, una
am no paRM, nnd n namnle of tlin elegant full pngt
cnirarlngp with which th. work will lo omtlll.ihcil,
diirjsji o. F. VKNT, 1'ubllalier,
j '"i sb vf. rourtn sircer. umcmnaii.u.
rM aad BrldwrMa,
Eaaaji for Toud ilea on Uio Interesting relation
of Bridegroom to Bride, In tho Iwitltutlon of Marriage
a gnldo (d matrimonial felicity, and truo' happlnewf.
Bent by mall In sealed letter envelonci froo of charce.
'Addrow, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, box I, 1'hllftdet-
phi, Tn. my31dAw3m
la i hcteby gWn that dcfaalt having occurred In th
rnrfirmancpi-if tbq conditions nxpretfied In a certain
Mortgage ot'Doed of Truat oiecuted by ijMoril T.
Itors to Bamuel 8taAta Taylor and Edwin I'nrsnnav
Trultees of (ho Cairo City Property, dated tho 18th
ilayjof April, A.D., IS&I, reoordel in (ho Iteconler'.
Olfice,. in nnd for Alexander county, In the Ktato oi
IlllnolH.iii Italic t of Decila.pagn 167Ac;snid MorlEflie
Hud llfuiirJ. In block numliercd n (three), in tho flrat
ruroii oi i fiim ccinTejinK iota niunnercn .iiinrcej
nildltion to Uio city of Cairo, in tho vnlil county and
UliiU', ie, tho Unitrxl?nH, raid Trufteen. will on
Hiday, Uto. nth day of Aumiit next, A. v., 196?,
ot 10 (.'clock -In tho forenoon of that day, under and
f Tirmnui. mg i" weroi aio remain tnn aaiu .uuii
line. ell. fit Pnlille Aucllnn. to thn hltffcrvt bidder.
fur tVili, Httheojnct) bulldlnKof taid Trualoca, .cor
'nrrr nhintjp Aienuound IStli atrect, In anldclty
oi uiiio, in Aiexunur county anu rn.tw or imidoh.
iaiiiiouuuinixirc'1 Jtmnso) ami (four) in block uum
icril .Hthrecl Inttic rtrt ml.lUlon to aald cltvof CMro '
aevirdinx to the'recordod plat thereof, with thoap.
piirtenntjcni, to fntl-fr the purjom and condition of
Truteo of tho Cairo City 1'roperty., ,
Cdirc, Iil., July :1st iMJ-iltd.
-N htrebv irtren that default hnrlnsoccurrod In 'the
performance of thn condition expressed In n certain
Mon go or tieea or iruai xecuicu uy i,imrm
choenmeyeranil Andrew 1'VPP tiS)imlfcWJtaTar-
lior ml Kdtrln rar!on, Tnnteea f tno Cairo Uiiy
fropcrtr, aatau eepicinocr inn, lau, iuii iccomuu
n ifio Ilecorder'a Olliue, in and fur Alexander county,
uid Htate of llllnol". tf " " of Deed, pace ISO.
iil MortgiiT fVr.Tnut 'iiatrylnelotanum'
eid5(ii iaa7;isn?enriiabl3 k numbered 0 six),
nthnthlrd ddJUontO.o , Cairo, in wild coun
ty and State. .-irlned, nid Tnutteca, will
ot Friday, tho Utlidayof Augtut noat, A.D., 160,
it 10 o'clock In Uio forenoon of that day, under and by
vlrtuoofthnpouerofaalocontalniyl Inaald Mor(KM
elljat I'ubllc Auction, to tho hlhet bidder, for cn
tttho cruoe ImildlnK nfnald Truit,comrof Waan
ugtou Avenuo anit n atreit, In ald city of Cairo,
n Alexander county and Hlnte of Illinois, aald low
lumbered 0 (ill) and 7 (eTcn) in oa.d block number--do(lxlln
niii third Addltlau to ald city of Cairo
i rordlnu to the reconlrd plat thereof, trllli the nppur
:-nance, to vatiafy thv rKirpocr nnd eondltlou ouai
lortgugo H. STAAl TAVI.OU,
Truatcca f the Cairo City I'joporty.
Cairo, III., July Slat, l49-ltd.
la hereby Rivra thai tUfault having occurred itith
irmnmnnn oiinnunnu nam nrrrimu nftuuiwn
ortjcixo or l)eei of TruM oxecutwl by Henry Uunkct
to rtoma! Htaata Taylor ami Edwin I'araonafruiteta
jf (lie CUiro City I'riipt rty, ilated Augtot !rth. IWV, and
recorded Id thoK-oonlor'n office, in And for Alcxaa
ler county, In theSuto of IIIiiihIh, In ltoolr 1'of Decdl
pace 119, aald Mnrtc.tito nr fleetl of Truat convelsf
lota numbered 17 (eventecn) nnd is eighteen). Id
lock numbered .'! (tuenty-one, in tho fourth addl
'iontotluicltrofCalrn. in uld cniintrand Htate. Wl
lho UnilenilKUvd, aaid Trustee), will
ou Friday, the lSih tlay of Aiigutt next, A.D., HW,
10 o'clock of tho forenoon of that day, under and by
rlrluo of the power of .aIo contained in aald Mortgage
ell, at I'libllo Auction, to thnliljhet Iddder, for Caab,
at lho oltlco building or aald Triikteea, corner ot Waab-'
inn ton Avenue and Kill Mrect, In laid city of Cairo,
in Alexander county and Htatoof Illlnola, aald loU
natnhored 17 (Ketinicon) and is (ciihteon), In .tU
block numbvied -1 ltunty-ono) In td Fourth iwlUI -turn
to aald City of ritiro, according to tho record!
plat thereol with tho unpiirtciiancci, tu.aatlafy th
iiurpoica and condition" of aald Mortnatfe.
r , H. RTAATS TAYI.0U,
Trtmtees Catro City 1'roperty,
Cairo, III., July 21, IKw-dtd,
la hereby Riven that default ImvlnR Mcnrred lu Its
perlorm.iiK o of tlio conditions oxpreaeU'1iin eerlaiB
mortn ; or dcnl of trunt excciii. l)V Margaret Kw
ni to Samuel Htarita To)lor und tlwiti I'nrtona, trui
tTe of the Curo City I'ropttrty, clatwl ,tho Utltdayot
Mareh. A.D, 1M. nnd recorded In tho recorder' of
ncc.'ln mid for Alexander county. In tho Plato of Illi
nois in book K of Deedn, paKO 37U. Ac., said uortKait
or deodof trut,ciinv..yln(j lot numbered fifteen 116),
in block iiumliered two fj), in tho aucond addition to
thn olty ofCair, in aul county und Suite.
We, tho underslcncd, aald trunteea, will on Friday,
tha tatli tloi' of Aujiuatnct. A.U. looa. at lu o'clouk
In tlw forenoon of l hatffcry, under nnd by vfrttio of th
power of aalo contained lu raid niorliEaire. nell, at pub
lic auction, to tho hmhoat bidder, for vaah, at lho of
flee building (if aald truttee, corner of Waahlnirto
nml lHlh alrert. In aild cilr uf Cairo, in AlcX.
nndur county nnd State of Illlnola. id Int numUrtd
nftcan (11). in block two (21 In aald (.econd Addition, to
aaldcltyof Cairo, according to tho recorded put
thereof, with the appurtenance, to aatlify tho pur
and wnalttouof .W mArtf-g.
Trunfeai of the Cairo City 1'roperty.
Dated, Ciiro, III., Jul' tUt. ltiP. Jyil-dftl
U hereby iveii thut default harin uccurrod in th
pcrfoimHncnoftli oonditlona cxprened Inn cortaip.
mortfjuK" r deed of trimt exe'iitel by John .M. CyrUA
to HiunuelHUAf Taylor and Kdwin Parnoiij, trtiatcer
uf thi'CBiroUily-projuirty, nnd rtatrd AUuuat'J8th,'jU
I), lsi, and rociiidt'd luthcrocurUvr'a rOiUco, lu aaa.
for Acixnder county, in tbeHtutoof Ullnoia, In book
nnd Slate of Illlnola, wld lot numbortd
truatl conveyinK lota nuioixirtil thirty-four (M) aad
rot oeeua, pane iJ., &;jkaui uioiiRaito or ueeuoi
thirty-tuo ijoj, in mh nnmiKrei nvo (3), iu th
ihlnl ni'ditlon inthecltyof Cairo, In i't couuty and
nto. Wo tho iinderiuuneil Hitid triiteen, will ou Kri-
day, the ISili day of Aumut next, A. D. Iiii9, at IU
o'clock in tho forenoon or tlmt day, uniler and by rlr
tuo of tho power of stale coutaimsl in Haiti nmrtKiiae,
aril, nt public aurtion, tolhe lilxlu'Ht bidder, for cant),
ton Avenuo und fsth utreet. lu aaid city of Cairo, iu
AlUAPIIHVt Vtllllt, JI'1H "WIUVI IIIIUUI...UIII UI9 I4UII.
LTt'd thirty-four (:tt nml thirty-flvo (U), In block rtv
Aioxaniicr county anijunooriiunoia, nam 1014 num-
Int to (herccouled plat thereof, with alio niipiirtcn
o), intno iiiim nuuiiion to aaiu cny ot cairo, occort
antUfy the purpoae nnd condition of aai
' ' 'miifcrf of the Cairo City Properly.
Dated, Cnlio, III., July 2lt, 1W. lyil-tlid
lIilioieb given tiiiu.dei.tuU hating ooeurred in the
pcrfnriiiiU4i;n of Uic uiuilitiviiii 0AprvniM In n certaiu
mortgage1 or ded of triiHt'executetl by K'wanl T.
Itoaa (n Samuel sttmt-. TmvIot and RifwiH I'arsoni.
TnHtec" of the I uiro t'u Property, tinted lint 27th day
of Ocli.btr, A D. !!, ttiid rcuorilpil In the ivfordor'
oIUco, in and fur Alexander enmity, In tho Htato of 111
iuoit, in iH'Olc 1' of Deeda, page ID, .to., uld mortg.lgt
on devdul (rum, conteyimt, aiwuu otJirrn, iuih nuiu
nil titirts -tt-ttiii (37), 111 block
if In ll'e llrl addition to the
numbered nuvente.11 dfl
rllv ofl ain in naui noiinit ami Mule
We, tliouinlei.iKuetl, uaitl trimtee will tm 1'iliUj.
tholSihilny nfAutiiiat n.-t, A, D. l. ut IU n't. loci
ill tin- foreii'iuu fl ll. t.l . under mid by virtue of th
power of aalo coni.iin. d iumuI mortgage, h, at pub
lic am lion, lotlio lt.,'!i. t bidder, for eiwh, attlioof
flco buil luitf of ml iH.-iiTt, cortifr tf'tuluntount
onlio mil Iblhatreei, in Mid eily tlft'alro, In Alojnndei
county iiutl Hint of lUinon. ml Ioih imnibrei thtrtf
six ( 1(1) and ltnrty-iier"' i 'T). in btrcft. iTfiiubvretl act
enlian 17', in H 1 it 1 1 1 u 1.. c I iiy ot t.tiix
necordn,! i' l','l r'at the'enf t iththoappur
tenauoiu, (tiaar tv b 1 his- hi i,. n nwtiis a
mortgw- . MIUJTAVMW,
1 b IN PAItUNS,
TiUf'se ( . i t ,
IU'tl, Cairo, Iil., Ju3 !. umI iw