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WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 4, 1869,
JOHN H. (OEERLY & CO
A man who onco turnod tlio wheel of
tho power-press of tho Oslikosli 'Times'
fell holr to $30,000 recenOy.
The Harvard crew will row with Ox-
ford on tho 31at of August, making their
niatcu one or tlie last rows of summer.
There will bo four negro mombors In
the Virginia senato, and fourteen In the
house. Two of them are conservatives
and tho rest aro radicals.
Last Sunday, In Woodford county,
Illinois, a young man, namod Tram or,
was thrown from a bonso lu such a man
nor that tho horse fell squarely on Tram,
er's heart, and smashed .It against bin
Ono of Whlttlor'a callers recently pro
resped Intouso admiration for tho poet's
wrlllntr. and said ho lmd liindfi it BllluV
w ' (1 "
of them, but addressed his host through
11. .., . t u. ttrui iAt... ti
tjio luicrviow us --ir. vyjiiimikui.--"A
clmn Hlng naked to explain the
paradox of how It wus possible for a lazy
man to attain ho much education, an
sworoil' "Idltln't attain; I Just heard
here and thcro and was too Inzy to
A man whose wife Is a Woman's-rlght
cr, has ordered n gravestone, on which
is ongraved, "Let us havo peace." Ho
nays ho don't care whether it Ik erected
over her or him.
Count Milinlinc, the oldest member of
tho Russian cabinet, attempted, u few
week ago, to take his own life on uc
couut of the misconduct of his only
daughter, who eloped from St. Peters
burg with a French uctor.
A New York correspondent says that
In a recent sermon, Henry Ward Kcech
or, In making tho exhortation to his ru
dlonce, said: "When you arc In Home,
do as tho Roman do; and when you are
in Hell, you must do us tho Hcllltcs do!"
An Irish geutlemau, hearing of a
frlond having a stone coffin made for
himself, exclaimed: "Uy my boui, and
that's a good idea! Sure an' a stone 'uu
'ud last a man hislifetimo!"
A chap at Long Uranch bays the sun
never rises thero until cloven o'clock.
It U antonlshing what a disposition some
people manifest to regulate tho righto of
other bodies by their own.
An Irishman dropped a letter lu the
postofllco the other day, with tho follow
ing memorandum on tho corner,,for tho
benefit of all Indolent postmustero into
whose hands It might (alt: "I'lcaso
hasten tho delay of this."
A Juulor student at tho Cornell Uni
versity, In rendering an account to his
father of his laal term's expenses, en
tered an item: "Charity, $30." His
father wroto back: "I fear that 'charity'
covers a multltudo of sins."
Phillip Dolo, while grinding a soytho
near Peoria, Illinois, held It In buch a
manner that It was struck by tho handle
of tho grind-stone, and the point Hew up
and entered his throat, beverlng tho
Jugular vein. Houearly bled to death
beforo medical assistance arrived.
A Leavenworth paper thinks It "an
evidence of tho westwurd march of civi
lization," that tho Kansas legislature
appropriated 51, 100 for tobacco for the
peulteutlary prisoners, aud only $300 for
preaching tho gospel to them.
Jsl'llo Gertrude Gregory, in a perform
ance at Auburn, the other ovonlng, fail
ed to reach her trupez In a flight from
the gallery, and hung from tho ropes for
some tlmo until rescued by a geutlo
man In the audience. Her second effort
was, however, porfectfy 'successful.
Tho news of tho falling health of llis
marck the Prussian Premier, will bo
hoard with regret by all who havo
marked his wonderful ouiua as a states
man and his great sagacity and prudeuco
in uultlug tho discordant eleraonts of tho
North German States within one strong
and prosperous Confederation. Hut It Is
doubtloss truo that tho cares of oJHcehavo
worn upon biro and so diminished his
physical powora that rost und nn entire
cessation from his public duties can only
save him to tho country which Is so much
Indebted to him for her presont com
manding position among tho nations of
ONLY A mQQEIt.
Tho St. Louis 'Democrat' says that
ono Henry Exom was shot In Tenuesseo
on tho 30th ultimo, but that tho deed will
not bo punished as tho victim was "only
a nigger." To this tho Loulsvlllo
'Courlor-Journnl' replies : Well a wretch
ju Mississippi named Darby murdered
his employer and wife on tho Cth ultimo,
but no radical organ demauds his pun
ishment, for ho is "only n nigger." A
rufllanJn wcstornTexasafow weeks ao
sot lire to a houso at midnight, burning
up awholo family, but radicalism, holds
him excusable, for ho Is only a nlggor.
Three mlBcroqnts a couplo of months
ago, violated three highly respoctablo
whit's girls In Pennsylvania, but the
radloal party hasn't a word to say against
it, for they wero only niggers.
The Chicago 'Republican' takes po
sition that the day will come when tho
tho South will bo tho almost excluslvo
producer of cotton fabrics, and that tho
cotton manufacturers of Now England
will bo compelled to transfer their oper
ations to tho neighborhood of tho cotton
The Chinese labor movement Is nwnk
eniug tho colored men to a sonso of their1
position In rogdrd to tho labor question".'
At a meef-Ing la Baltlmoro recently reso
lutions were adopted having iu viow an
organization of tho different branches of
colored labor in the State of Maryland,
and aUo the calling of a national con
vention of colored men. In Philadelphia
on the 10th.
In Kansas In a'ddltlonto a Jong list of
personal, property exempt from forced
sale, a homestead to the extent of nno
hundred aud sixty acres of furmlnc land.
or one acre within the limits of an Incor
porated town or city, occupied as a res
idence by tho famil y of the owners, to
gether with all the Improvements on tho
same, Is exempt from forced sale under
any process of law, and shall not bo ali
enated without the Jolut consent of bus.
bund aud wife, when thutrelatlon exists.
A stratum of genuine porcelain ciav
has been discovered lu McMInn county,
Tumi., 15 miles southwest of Athens. It
was struck at a depth 'of about 25 feet
from the surface, with ,a depth of forty
or fifty feet, clear from all sand or rock
or other Impurities solid and compact
tho upper portion white, the lower 10 or
15 feet highly variegated, with yellow
and red. It Is within five miles of the
Tennessee river aud seven miles of the
East TenncsBco and Georgia railroad.
General Ruggles, JuBt returned from
Laredo, Toxas, informs the Galveston
'News' that tho whole country from La
redo to Corpus Christ! was Inundated
with the heavy rains. Nearly all tho
small streams wero swimming, though
no material damage was done. Ho says
he was never out of sight of largo bonis
of cattle. The prairies aro covered with
tho finest grass in tho world, mostly with
the mesqulte, and the cattle aro all fat.
The country U fast filling up with set
tlers, though betweou CorpuaChristI and
Laredo they are mostly stock raisers.
The St. Louis 'Kepublloau' learns from
a guntioman Just arrived from the frout,
that the campaign against Hildebrand
is being prosecuted with great Vigor. A
force of ono hundred and fifty men are
In the Held, and scouring the country In
all directions exploring caves, glens
and hollow logs In search of tho outlaw,
who seems to successfully defy the power
and dignity of tho state of Missouri.
Some fears are expressed that Hildebrand
may surround his opponents, and either
capture them or cut off their supplies,
but wo presume tho ofllcors In command
will be on tho watch for all such Hank
The radicals of Tennessee, under the
lead of Stokes, seeing Inevitable defeat
staring them lu the face, fall back to tho
ordinary rosort of beaten aud
desperate men, viz: tho cry
of fraud, villainy and out
rageous corruption. Confident of suc
cess by a largo majority, tho Sonter
party felt that It could afford to act mag
nanimously with their opponents, and,
consequently, in registration matters
gavo them advantages to which they
had no claims, and for which it seems
tho lugrates offer no thanks. Thanks!
They are so lost to decency as to turn
upon their benefactors, aud seek to en
compass tho defeat of tho expressed will
of tho people by invoking the "strong
arm" of an Imbecile and unhesitating
'The Senter party of Tennossee the
conservatives will come out of the contest
Thursday, with a consciousness of tholr
own rectitude and fair dealing to which
the radical carpet-bag and aoulluwaK
nriv of the South ra stranger. Tho
nrfidlntaureatconseriaUve victory; but
lettho result ba whfij w way me eenwr
. ' . i it ..n
. . .. .. ...
men oi Tennaaavv .oiiu.Mor mat. u vn
ininv. pnrruntidu. fraud; and nerlurv
have characterized the contest, their
hands are oleaal.
Thore Is something peculiarly refresh
ing In this radical cry of unfairness that
comes up from the South. Tho develop
raeuts of tho past 11 vo years give It to
much plausibility! Fools may bcllovo
II; but If rational men accept It as ovl
douco of tho exlsteuco of uufulrness
thore, wo pity them ns creatures too
credulous to tako'caro of themselves.
IMBECILE OF THE WHITE
That President Grant is an imbocllo
aud has been goveruod, in tho disposi
tion of tho patronago subject to his con
trol, by motives that would dlsgraco the
chief of any savage tribe on tho plains,
aro facts that are no longer denied, evou
by his party friends. A feeling of dis
gust pervades tho whole country. A
radical oxchange, honest enough to give
volco to its own convictions, says: If a
national convention wero to be held to.
morrow Andrew Johnson would com
mand more votes for a presidential nomi
nation than Ulysses S. Grant.
The parcelling out of, offices among
his relatives, regardless of their stand
ing or fitness, was un act condemned
by decent mon of all pnrtlos, tnd when
ho indicated a purposo beyond this to
use his position to reward personal
favors bestowed upon him In his years of
adversity thero was a great cry of shame!
shame !, the country over.
But passing over this, It was hoped his
after career would bo of a character that
would furnhm amplo atonement. His
.firmness and moderation, vould reveal
themselves in his d call tig 3 with tho
South, and therein would bo, found a
glory that would lllunllues.il Ihe dark
places In his administration! Hut time
proved that ho possessed no firmness.
Tlmo proved that ho was aimless, pur
poselessa fit subject for tho manipu
lation of tho fanatics and cormoruuts of
New England thoso who hall prospered
arid wodldfcohtlhuo to prbsp'er by ItUp
vawjullago ortllo South and the siibser
vienoy of the Northwest. Snqh men be
came his keepers, and shaped his policy
In dealing with tho South, and with all
thoso questions that aflect tho nmteml
prosperity of Now hngland. To-day ho
is as potter's clay In their hands simply
an automaton In tho presidential chair,
tlie corrupt and designing men of the
east being his mainspring to actiou.
SALES It i' SAMPLE.
The right to as well as tho policy of
requiring Hcenso of commmercla! travel
ers who sell goods by sample, has been
frequently canvassed In this city. The
right has been claimed to be incompat
ible with the dlauso of the Federal Con
stitution declaring that "tho citizens of
each Statemall be entitled to all the
privileges and immunities of clitizensof
the several States," and frequent efforts
navo been made to remove tho barriers to
unrestricted sales of goods which some
of the States havo seen fit to eroct.
The matter, however, has saldom
been submitted to tho adjudication of the
courts, as tho expenso of such proceed
ings would generally exceed the amount
to be paid for license. Rut the question
haa at last arisen lu Maryland, and Its
constitutionality declared by the Court
of Appeals of Uiat Stale. Judgu Miller,
in pronouncing the opinion of the Court,
Hie law lefore us is not a tax upon
either person or property, but on a par
ticular trade or business carried on In the
State, and cannot, In our opinion, be re
garded as imposing a higher rate of tax-
ation,upon non-resiaenis man upon citi
zens either in respect to person or pro
perty. lNor do wo nercolvo It iu anv oth
er respect unjust, unfair, or discriminato
ry in operation and enect. wo have
shown that tho Statehas power to Impose
a i censo tax on an iraucs or business
carried on in its borders, whether by its
own citizens or inoso or outer states.
The resident owner or trader is required
to taice out a license to carry on nis dus
Iness or trade, and his property and
oods hero situated are also subject to
talo, county und city taxation. Thero
Is nothing on the face of the Jaw or on
this record to show that tho nou-reeidout
trader, doing tho business thus taxed, is
thereby subjected to heavier taxation'
than the resident merohant carrying on
the like retail or wholesale business. It
certainly cannot bo said to bo an immu
nity or privilege secured by this clause
of the constitution, that a non-resident
merchant or trader shall be permitted to
come into a State and trade or do busi
ness therein aud pay neither a license
tax on his trade uor a tax on his proper
ty, while tho resident merchant must pay
both, to have all tho advantage of a res
ident trader, and esoapo all taxation to
which tho latter is subjected.
A critic says of a certalu singer "that
she slugs a few airs and puts on a great
many." , 1
"Mamma," said a precious HtUo boy,
who against his .will, was made A rock
thovaradl of his ibaby brother.U'lf tho
Lord has auy more babies to give away
dou't you take 'em,"t
The editor of the" Waterbury (Conn)
American' telegraphed tlio other day to
Col. A. H. Feun, at Plymouth: "Bead
Ms full particulars of tho flood." Fenn
replied : "You'll find them In Genesis."
Rey.j.Moeea Clamplt, an ecpentrio
preucher, was holding forth at Santa
Clara Valley; a young man roso to go
out, when tho preacher said: "Young
man, If you'd rather, go to holl than hear
mo preach, you " may." The sinner
stopped und reflected a moment, and then
saying respectfully, "Well, I believe I
would," went on. ,
At tho lato meeting of tho Presbytery,
when tho subjeat of bcrl)turo wus under
discussion, Brother W- said, early in
his ministry he aud another brother
wero conducting a meeting in which
there wus some religious interest. An
old man guvo expression to his joy by
shouting, und continued, it until It bo
gun to Interfere with theservlces. Broth-
er II suld to Brother W , "Go stop
that old mun's noise " Ho went to him
aud spoke a few words, and tho shout
ing man at once became qulot. Brother
H askeil Brother W , "What did
you say totlio old man thut quieted him
ho promptly?" Brotlirr W- replied,
"asked Mm for a dollar for foreign mil-ton''
A revolutionary1 soldier, named James
Moore, died at Beverly, Jefferson coun
ty, Mo., July 20, at the ago of 82 years.
Capt. Moore was taken prisoner by tho
English And, confined at Fort Gibraltar,
Ho was a member of tho senate and leg
islature from Mnrilnn. nntmt.v. DMn ami
has been residing in Northern Illinois
tor tno past twenty-even years, and only
removed to Missouri four months ago.
Jimmy Moore must have been uulte a
lad whenheshouldercd-tho musket. Ho
was probably throe years old.
The Inquiry is often made by farmers,
browers, beef and pork packers, etc., re
garding the best method of deodorizing
and clenslng old cider and beer barrels,
musty cans, bottles, etc. Chomistry fur
nishes an agent in tho permanganate of
potassa, which fully meet this want
A pint of tho permanganate turned Into
the most musty, lllthy cider or boor cask
hudrlnscd about a few moments, will
entieJy decompose all fungld growths
undrfermcnting matter, and render the
cask as sweet as those that nre now Tlie
deodorizing disinfecting power of tho
permanganate, holding us it does five
equivalents of osyg(mf la wonderful.
rcr a iioi.k TMmicuii it.i
( One night General wus out on tho
llnci.Hoobserved a light on the moun
tain opposite. 'Thinking It was a slgunl
light of tho enemy, he told the artillery
officer that a hole could bo easily put
through it. Whereupon tjje.offloer, tur
.nil g to the corporal In cliarcdo. tho gun,
"Corporal, do you see that light?"
Tho corporal.sigb.tcd. tho gurr, and
i when all was ready. looked up and said:
"General, that's tho moon.''
"Don't care a d n; put a, hole through
T. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
Tho Fortieth Annual Session of Studtas In tho
NT. LOUIS UNIVEKMITV
Jlonilny, September O, 1669.
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EV. . II. aVTCNTEMECK, H J..
President 8U Louis UniterUy,
aux)wMT M. Utnit, Mo.
O THE PUBLIC.
All txrsons are hereby forewarned not to give my
wlfo, .Mrn. Catherlno Campbell, credit on my account,
as from and after this date I am determined to pay
no debts of her Contracting.
Aug. , UCS.Jf It. II. CAJII'IlKUi.
CltT Clesk's Oi tick. . 1
(Jairo, III,, July so,
Publlo uotico 1) hereby given that ft committee has
boon appointed to oxauiiuo and correct the assess
mentltsi of real and personal property for the cur
rent year; and that said asse-umonl list is now In my
office open for Inspection, and will so remain until
Monday, tho lli day of August, IS 0, during which
time said committee will hold daily inecttnta In th
CltyClerk'a office, and any person feeling agrrieve
by said aaeasment can rile with the Oily Clerk (In
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DISSOLUTION' OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
Thp' co-partnership licrntnforo cystine between
CharU Oiyernnd Henry Walrlmilth, In the kulohcr
InR bualnei, In tftln city, )ua Lorn dlMolvod by
mutual cement. All debt duo thn firm mar be
Pld to l!hr Mr. Gayer or Mr. Wnldmllh.
, ... II KNOT WALDSMIXHV
Cairo, 111., Am.3,lS6P.d3t
BrldO BHtf rtrldrirroora.
lUwj for Yonng Men on tho Interesting rotation
of Bridegroom to llrlde, In tlio Instltntfon ofMarrlajo
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Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, boi P, Philadel
phia, Pa. myMdiwSrn
la hereby Riven that dofault having occurred In tho
Pfnormanco of tbo conditions expressed In a certain
Mortgago or ld of Trust executed by Edward T.
Koss to Samuel Btaats Taylor and Edwin Taraona,
Trustee of tho Cairo City Property, dated the lSth
of April, A.D..1(VI. recordca to tlio lteoortlet'a
Oilier. In and for Alexander cOrtnty, In Ihe Stato of
Illinois. In llook P of Dceds.page 1674sald Mortgajro
orDeol of Trust conveying lots numbered 3(thrc
mid 4 (four) In block numbered S (three), in tho flrat
addition lolhoclly of tiilro, iu tho said county and
Stnlrt, wo, tho undersigned, said Trustees, Mill on
Krfday, (he 13th day of August next, A. I., 1803,
at 10 o'elcwl; In the forenoon of that day, under and
by virtue of thn powtrof saleeontnlnrd thsald Mort
tnge, sell, m Public Alietlon, to Ihe highest bidder,
fur Cash, atlliAnfficq buildlngof said Trustcescor
ner ofWonhlnsUmAvrntioand leth street, In said city
of Cairo, in Alexander county and htato of Illinois,,
said lots numbered 3 (three) and t (four) In block nlitn
l)crcda(thrce) In tlio, first addition to said city ofCaua
afoordlng to tho recorded plat thereof, ultfi thoap-purh-nauut,
to satlnfv tho purposes and condition of
8. BTAATrt TAYLOR,
, TnifMf.r Ihot'slroCity Property,
Cairo, Jll., July alst ly9dtd.
Is hereby civen lhatdefaiiltliarinsoeetirrel'ln the
performance of tho conditions expressed la a certain
Mortgago or I'eed of Trust executed by CI'Arie
-Uliocntnrn-er and Andrew I'opp toRimuel?taauTay
(lor and Kdifln Parsont. Tru.tees of tho Cairo City
'Property, datod Heptemwr llth, 1JW, and recorded
In the Recorder's OlDee, Insnd for Alexander county,
and State of Illinois, In Rook P of Ired, page Ills,
aid Mortgago or Deed ol Trust conreyiiig lots num
lered Otsixfand 7(eten), In block numbered 4 six),
In the third addition to thn city of Cairo, in said coun
ty and (State, wo, the uuderslgued, said Trustees, will
on Tridayi tlio 13th day of August next, A. 1)., ISM,
at lo o'clock In the forenoon of that day, under and by
vlrtao of the power of sale contained lu said Mortgage'
aell, at Public Auction, to the IiUhest bidder, for cash,
at the office building oraald Trustees, corner of Wash
ington Avenno and Kill street, In said city of Cairo.
In Alexander county and Htato of Illinois, 'said lot
numbered Alilxtuml 7 funrenl in laid block number.
ode (six) In said third addition to said city of Cairo
Affording to the recorded pUt thereof, with Ilia appnS
tenances, to satisfy tho, purposes and condition or eat
Mortgage H. rVTAATS TAYLOR,
B EDIV1K PARSONS,
Trustees f the Cairo City Property.
Cairo, III., July'Jlst, isaMut.
It hereby given lliat default Uavlng occurred In the
pcrformanoe of tbo conditions expressed Inacortala
Mortgage or Dewl it Trust executcl by Henry Dunker
to Samuel Stoats Taylor and Edwin Parsons, Trustee
of the Cairo City Property, dated AuguslOtli, 1M3, and if
ri-corded In thu Recorder' office, in and for A!xaa-J
cr county, in the Htato of Ullnls, in Rook P of Deedt
page 11V, said Mertcago or Deed of Trust cofcteylag
lots numberod 17 (sotonltn) and lit cighteeu). in
Mock numbered SI (twenty-one, in tho. fourth Addi
tion to the city of Cairo. In stldeniinly and Stale, we
the undersigned, said Trustees, will
on Friday, the 13th dsy ofidgust next, A.D.J ilW'
at 10 o'clock of tho forenoon of that day, under and by
virtue of the ower of salo contained in said Mortgage
sell, at Publlo Auction, to the highest bidder, far C.ih,
at the offico building of said Trustees, corner of Wash,-"
Ington Avenue and Utli street, in said city of Cairo,
in Alexander county and Slate of Illinois, said lota
numbered 17 (sHVOHeen) and 18 (ulihtcen), in said
block numlwred '21 (twenty-ono) in said Fourth addl
linn to said City of Cairo, uecordlng to the recorded
plat, thereof; with lhe appurtenance, t satisfy U
purposes and condition of said Mortgage. '
8. 8TAATH TAYLOR.
Trustees Cairo City Property,
Cairo, III., July 81, I6dtd,
Is hereby given that default having occurred in th
performancoof the conditions expressed In certai
mortgage or deed of trust executed by Margaret Hir
ing to Samuel Stasia Taylor and Eilwm Panons, tnl
tee of the Cairn pity Property, dated the lsthdayol
March, A.D. ISCt. and rwonled in the r"corderV of
See, In and fbr Alexander county. In tho State of -Illinois,
in book K of Ueeda, pai(37tf. io., said nortgag
r deed of trust, cnneylng lot numbered fifteen (16),
in block numleredtwo(S, in the secoud addition to
the city ofCalrs, in said county and State.
Wo, the undersigned, suld trustees, will on Friday,
the 13th day of August next, A.D, 18a. at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon of that day, under nnd by virtue of th
power of sale contained in said mortgage, aell, at pub
llo auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the of.
fice buildings of said trustees, corner of Washlngtost
vtnuo and lHth street, In said city of Cairo, in Alex,
ondex county and State of Illinois, said lot numberod
fifteen (15). In Woek Iwo (21 In aald second addition to
Trustees ofth Cairo City Property.
.Dated, CJro, iii.,.Jnly ilst, lso,
Is hereby given that default having occurred In th
performance of tbo conditions expresied lu a certain
mortgage ardecd of trust exeouted by John M Cyrus
totwMsitisaM Taylor aud Kdwin Prw)U, trusto
o( the Cairo City proiMrty, and dated Augustssth, A.
1). and recorded in the recorder's office, in and
for Alexander county, iu tlie State of Illinois, In book
Pof deeds, page 135, Ac, laid mortgage or deed of
trust conveying lota numbered thirty.four (31) ana
thirty-five (US), in blocks nmnlwred tlve (5), in th
third addition inllieelly of Cairo, In aald county and.
State. We the undersigned said trustees, will on Pit
dsyab. Vklida nf Anguv next, A.D, lt.-M-
o'clock in the forenoon of that day, under and by vir
tue of tho powerof sale contained in said mortgage,
sell, at publlo auction, t'othe highest bidder, for caac,
atthoomce buildlngof laid trustew.corcerot IVaslj.
ington Avenue aud IStli street. In snld city of Cairo, IB
Alexuuder county aiidJSUto of Illinois, aald loU num
berod thirty-four (31) ami thii ty-tlve (ii), In block flv
(S), In the third addition to said city of Cairo, accord
(n( to the recorded pint thereof, with Mie nppurtett
nnces, to satisfy the purnoj; n(j eonditiou of bU
Mortgage. b. 8TAATSTAYLOR,
. , . EDWJN,PAR30N3,
' TrusieesoflheCairoCity lropery
Dated, Cairo, 111., July 81st, 1S, lyll-dld
Is herety given that ilefanlt hating occurred lnth
performuueo nf the conditions expressed In u nji tain
mortgage or deed of trut executed by Edward T.
Ross to Samuel Stoats Taylor and Edwin Parsons,
.. t.B.vrn w, i,,fT v.,,,, vi.j . , iiatcn ma ami uaj
or OctoU'r, A. D. 11.3, and reeordeil In the recorder's
office, m and for Alexander county, In the Stato of Ill
inois, lu book.P of Deed?, page IP, Ac., said mortgage
on deed of trust, conve) mi, nmon otlurs, lutanum.
iieretl tlilrtr-six Clii) nnd thirtv-seven f:m. In Wooi
numbered seventeen 117) in the flrm odilfilon to the
citv of Cairo, iu miidiuunty und State.
we, ineunucrsigniMi, wihi ttustees will on many,
the Villi day of Auiiiist next, A, II. 18i, at iu o'clock
in the (.)renoon of tliatduy, uuder and by virtue of the
imwerof sale contained in said morlie, sell, at nub
ile auction, totlio highest bidder, fur cash, attheoi
tico bullilliieof said trustees, rornerof Vashin:touuv '
tmuo anil luth street, in sulil elty dfCalro, lu Alexander
county ana Mute, of lllinoM, said lots iiumiwruii thirty
six (Ml) and thirty. Mvon 1371, In block uumlwreil sev
otilean(17). In thn llrI addition to aald citvoffLiIrn
according to tho recorded plaithorenf, with theaiiimr-
tenunees, tosati-fy th PuriKises and coudltinii ot said
mortgage. - r?t?,iAy'"'
Tni"'? t th Cairo City Property.
Dated, Cairo. III. JnlyUt im Jyil-dlV
said cuyo I vairo, accumiag "lu l"
thereof, with tlie Apjluttenances, to satisfy the pur
EDWIN PARSON '