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NEWS 01? THE CITY.
N mid lent bole In
MONDAY, JANUAJtY 2-1, 1S70.
Two men nml two women conitirlso
Ih .vcon thoLoeo plank road nnd tlio . 1,1,1 cfllaboosoKimto.day.
Tho Aurora oil will not stain or grease.
Gkiut JAiioAt.V3 von this Monti
osf.v In Lints and caps at l'.NotV'a, No. 70
Ohio 'Loved. ' tf.
P. lllelly having determined to close
out the balaueo of Ms goods at tho
earliest possible moment, will hence
forth pell anything on hand at cost, and
LESS TITAN COST! tf
l'iiljfiiiostetyllsh Hilk hats arb invarl
nbly found at .l NulPs, No. 79, Ohio
Levee at prices that defy competition.
None but thu best goods In that lino to
he found at this house. ' tf
'The celebrated Aurora oil can bo had
at No. 02 Ohio Lovce. Jan2Miii
Tho St. Nicholas Milliard Hall Is one
of the largest, and best furnished In tho
country. It is the ii-sort of both citizens
and stranger who indulge billiard play
Uho Endor's Ohlll
Cure. "It never
Tlio Continental Is tho only cook stovo
with.filidlng oven doors. Warranted In
all respects, l'ltehor fc Henry, at 11)2
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th ulrout.
The stock of h! 11c hats at Miller & Mill
er's comprised tho very latest styles and
tho finest make of tho Bcason. Tho
varioly Is very groat, tho stock largo,
aijd prices have been regulated to liar
mfinlzo'wlth tho times. Call in and ex
amine. , tf
The fit. Nicholas lintel mill llratniirniit.
This poiular and eligibly located house
of public entertainment Is now titled
and furnished throughout In good stylo;
an'd, hinder tho management of Messrs
Walker & Slsson, Is doing a largo and
thriving business. It Is kept upon tho
European plan the guest calling for
what ho wants when he wants It, wheth
er in tlio day or night time, and paying
only for what ho orders. Tito rooms nro
largo and clean, furnished with the best
of beds and bedding, while all other fea
tures of the establishment aro arranged
with an especial eye to tho comfort and
convenience of the guests. jaOtf
Tlie Si'W Ycwr, '
JJegln it right, by buying, for cash,
of J. JL Melcalf, No. .'!,'I2 and 3.11 Wash.
Av., who has enlarged both house and
Htock, and Is now prepared to supply cus
tomers with the lest of all kinds ofstaplo
and fancy groceries, (jueuiisware, crock
ery, glassware, yellow and Hocking
ham ware, table and pocket cutlery.
At. --. II it . 1 - .1-1.1 .1
iUl minis oi nun nun, green, uneu, nun
canned fruits, pickles, eider, noney, syr
tips, lino teas, eollecs and sugars.
choice table butter always on hand. In
short, everything usually kept In a first
class grocery; besides notions too nuni'
erous to mention, all of which will be
Fold at tho lowest flfjurcs. tf.
paved portion of the wharf there is a
strip of mud of uncertain, nnd at some
points, unfathomed dopth, that Is n groat
uulsanco, during wet weather, to both
citizens and strangers. Every atraugor
tliatarrlves In our city, whether by rail
or liver, is compelled to lose his tompor
and tho polish from his boots, by crossing
this lino of mud. There is no escape,
jNo dry crossing not so much as n Bin
gle plank has ben nrovlded: honcii all
both greatVid small, malo and female,
have to pass an ordeal of mud In on tor
ing or departing from tho city. This Is
enough, of course, to dotermlno tho
stranger that "Cairo Is the muddiest hole
in creation" and every person who
has an experimental knowlcdgo
in tills Dolinir, seems to deriro a solid
satisfaction in communicating it to all
his or her friends' and amialntances.
Now as this Is tho only mud to which
strangers can possibly be subjected In
Cairo, the city council or street commit
tee should at onco provide tho required
crosslligs. Every drachm of mud that
ottatchos to tho stranger's boot hecauso
of tho nbsonco of such crossings, sub
ject tho city to a hearty cursing. Lot
us, by applying tho remedy, havo no
1'. Nei'k's Stocic of coatings, cassl
meres and vestlngs Is unsurpassed for
quality and stylo-and will bo mado to
order at low prices to redtico tlio already
tremendous stock on hand. tf
It will not smoke
Use tho Aurora oil.
Tho llarlltiRtlnn of Col. llcnrtlrn.
Col. Kcardun, at tho 'suggestion of a
number of his friends, has had under
advisement for several days past, th
propriety of entering tho municipal coi.
test, and announcing himself as acamii
date for tho onion of City Clerk. Aftl-r
considering tho matter fully and consult
ing with those friends who wuro klod
enough to mention his name in couuclt
Ion with the position ho has concluded
not to enter tho flold, and has authorized
us to state that he will not, under au
condition, boa candidate for that or for
any other oMou in tho pending election.
His reasons for this conclusion aro of a
buslnoss naturo puroly, and his hosts of
friends will regret being thus doprlved of
the pleasuro of voting for a gentleman
whoso competency and fitness for tho
placo are unquestioned.
Druggists sell moroof Norman's Chaly.
beato Cough Syrup thnu a 1 ofc lor Cough
Moditiues combluod. Bold by nil drug
lwo Dining Itoom Girls aro wanted
at the St. Nicholas Hotel. Ant clrls.
who can como well recommended, can
secure a steady situation at good wnges.
Tho oomplctost steh of gentlemen's
furnishing goods In tho .elty , U to bo
found at Miller and Millet's. it would
he a remarkable want, Indeed, in tills
lluuthiit they iiaiiiiolhntlefactnrlly nupply
at Hie vorv lowest llguros ruling in tlio
I.ikIIcs' Hi".! miiaiil.
The Ladlo-n ItoMaiimut fitted u by
.Mitwr.s. Walker & Slsou, Is dliectly In
connection with thi) Hi. Nicholas Hotel,
where the most resectable ladles and fam
ilies of tho city may take meals or lunch
nn In perfect quiet, nnd without the least
itmr of coming in eon Lite t with objection
able oharaoif rs. It will be kept in first
claw stylo for llrst class custom. Polite
and attentive waiter will always ho In
attoiidanee, and patrons will always
oniiiioand the most courteous treatment
I'!lohr& Jliiiny's large stock of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, Moves, tinware, otc
will be sold without regard to cost. tf
Norman's Chalybeate Cough Kyrup Is
no humbug. Try It and bo convinced.
8. J: 'Milium, agent, corner Commercial
uvitnuo and Eighth street. Ja7-lw
One of thu best, remedies for (.'roup
over dlsoovured Is Norman's Chalybeate
Cough Kyi up. S. J. Hiimm, agent, cor
ner Lomiueiviai avenue anil ugntli
:' niE iiest in ii.hi:"-lilttnrH.
M'litliluctoii Hull, JYIi, Mint.
A CJrund Mauerado Hall will bo given
as above, under tho auspices of tho Cairo
Tumors. The public generally Is Invited
to attend; the management pledging
themselves that no eflort will bo spared
to ronder tho occasion one most
pleasant and entertaining to all who
COMMITTEE 01' A1UIANOEMENTS !
,Fou Oi.otiii.nu Made to Oisdeii In
Up-top style and at fair living prices, go
to P, Nell's, No. 70 Ohio Lovco. tf
Kui.t. Suit for onis noi.LAn. Moii'h
undershirts and drawers ouo dollar por
pair at 1. efT's, No. 70 Ohio Love. tf.
Tho Paducah papers aro urging tho
construction of n railroad between Pad
ucah and Corinth. Tlio 'Herald' (loo
not think that such a road would pay a
iy . ... . . . f '
pniiu upon us cost trom us earnings;
but thinks It would pay enormously In
tho increased vitality It would give ,to
trade, tho increased value it would gye
to property, and tlio employment l
would i.'lve to the unemn ovo . etc. ;
If the moneyed men of PadttfnTh would
act up to tho suggestions of their local
papers they would greatly accelerate thi
growth of their city -and ditto, hero in
Iioic to Youu Cinx.imK.v. Dlarluea,
Dyfcuutery and summer complaints, nre
cured by Mw. Whltcombn Hyrup. which
Is sold for 2.) cents n bottle. Jau21-(Jt
At 122 commercial Avenue, between
.Seventh and Eighth street, Is a first class
hoiiro of entertainment, kept upon the
restaurant or European style, furnishing
oysters, game or meals on short notice in
the best style. Also elegant rooms and
beds for transient guests. Patronugo
J12tf Hii.niiy Hakhis, proprietor.
The HIkIi Wuler,
The Ohio river lias risen with sur
prising rapidity ilurlin: tlio past ton dayri
having reached In that lime, a point
within ten feet of the high-water mark.
It Is nearly at a stand, however, and as
all tho upper rivers aro falliue;. oulv a
few Inches more will be added.
This will bo wolcoino news hi those lo
calities where the rapid rlso of the wa
ters treated apprehensions of disaster
for Instance, raduuah uudBhawiicotowu.
A Bum: Way to Kavj: Money. liny
yourclothliig furnishing goods.hats, caps
boots and shoes, at P. NelPs, No. 75 Ohio
Loveo. Ho Is now closing out 'his ontlro
stock at aotual cost slnco January 1st,
What It Is Not Anil TVJmt It In.
Thcso truths aro self-evident. Phalon'a
Vitalia or Salvation for the Hair Is
neither sticky llko molasses, nor muddy
llkon gutter-puddle. It Is on tho con
trary a genial fluid, clear, limpid, aroma
tic, harmless, and will restore to gray
nair wniaKors, hoards and mustaches, city; Jl
their original color cortalnly as sunshine j Abianies,
mens tlie snow. J201w(htw
A fellow by tho nanio of Clark alias
Jarvls, or any other uom do plume that
inaysultlsfanoy, Is in durance vllo in
Eransvllle, on a ohargo of larcony. The
same follow, It Is said, obtained a lot of
goodj under falso pretenses In St. Louis
not Jong ago, shipped thorn to Cairo,
sold them at auction, and pocketed the
IndlanopoIlH telegraphed to Evans-
vlllo, that sho had two claims upon tho
person of Mr. Clark, which uho would
on force as soon oh Evansvillo had value
received, otc. It is highly probable that
Mr. 0. Is a regular dead beat.'and will
bo in activo request even aftor India
nopolls gets through with him.
Gknts Suawls at Cost tho finest In
markot at P. NcfT's, No. 70 Ohio Levee, tf
Tlio lino steamer DIsiuarck, Cantaln
Entrlken, will leavo this port for Now
OrleatiH to-morrow ovenlng. .She Is one
of tho HWlftest and best appointed pas
senger packets alloat. Cantain C. T.
Hindu Is the agent at Cairo.
Manchester coats ready made and
mado to order in tho best of stylo at P.
Nell's No. 71) Ohio Levee. tf.
ineconimitteo on nianufacturlni: es
tablishments havo Issued a. circular sot
ting fo'tth the moru promlnout advanta.
ges presented by Cairo as u manufactur
ing point, and have ordered tho printing
of 25,000 copies. The circular is printed
on half letter sheet, tlio rovorso slilo
being ruled, so that meaclinuts and oth
ers may me them In their correspond
enco, etc. T ho idea Is a good one
will no doubt grwatly assist In forward
llir tho end tho committee n ins at. J
Iv " . Zl S
DvmtCOATS. OVBIICOATS ItEDl'CEO TO
cost and u:.ss than cost to close out at
P. Nefl'V, No. 7'J Ohio Levee. Jan21tf.
Bl.MftholftsItolol, Cairo 111. Jna22, 1370.
J W Garrls, Nashville; Alfred Uartou,
St Louis; Mr More Kentucky; O L WII
loy, Naohvllle; Jamea liell, Cobdon;
Mrs Jamea Poll, Cobdon; Miss J Wright,
Now York; Miss Mary Mcsler, N Y;
O Mellod, Island No 1; Charles IJoden,
Louisville; W T lloden, Louisville; .1 It
Inland, 2? O; G ' Egleslon, Cairo; G A
Kinibul, O Ji .t Q It It; C A Pavdue, S
Jix Co; HE Mess.Clnciiinatl ; J F Ulake,
fcj l )sJiaw, iiioKinan; a
ClileaKo; Josey McDowell,
Chic mo: M Lokov. ilosu Claro: C U
AVest field, Nashville; H A Walke, Md
Tho Aurora oil gives a clear and beauti
ful light and is noucxp1osivc. Jaii2t-lm
lllhenilftii 1'lro Co, 1111.
Tlie Hibernian Fire Co., No. 4 proposo
to 1 1 old their Otli. annual ball at Clark's
Hall, Ohio Lovco, near tho store depot,
ou Wonsday evening, Febuary 0th. IS 70
As this company heretofore has beon In
the habit of having very well conducted
balls where all couid enjoy themselves,
the management intend on this occa
sion to sparo no time or oxpeuso to
make It thollncst ball they have (over
held, and one at which every citizen
honoring us with tholr presence can en
joy themselves to their hoart's coutont.
COMMfTTEK OK AHIUNOEHENTS:
J. W Encjmsh,
C. J. Hylani),
J as. Kennedy,
Jan2Mtil Tim. Gahman.
i m i
Dan Able, Columbus.
wm Wlilte, J'adiicali.
Emllo LaDargo, fit. Louis.
Monday, January 21th, will bo remem
bered as one of tho gloomiest, drlzzllcst,
haziest, ugliest, wettest, muddiest,
inlscrablest days of the year 1S7Q. Tho
man, who, on such a day, could do or way
anything Indicative of a pleasant frame
of mind, is proof against outsido in
TiUJTir. The powers of Mrs. Whit-
comb's .Syrup for children aro as positive
as tho sunlight from heaven, and gentle
and soothing as an angel's whisper.
Your Children may dlo of Croup boforo
aid can reuch thorn. Always haro on
hand Nnrman'ji.Ciiulybcato Cougl
. .The accupants of the lower floors o
the front row, at Paducah, have been
compelled by tho flood in tlie Ohio, to
niovo their traps "up higher."
There has not.lti tliu last;ten years, been
a flood In the Ohio, that has not dlseom
moded more Paducuhlaiis than Cairo
Ites aye live loono; yet the sympa
thellc sheets of that locality iiLvays have
a supply of "the briny" to drop over the
sad fate of Cairo! We'd comment on
this; hut laiiiruaeo falls us.
T7 Welly has n Janro stock of hat.
which will be sold at New York whole
sale prices. tf .
Ni'ir Ailvorllsi il.
J'lialon's Vitalia or salvation for tlio
hair carries with it its own best ailver
tlsenieiit. As tho light shines tlirouuli
tho bottle you see that tlio liquid Is clear
as tlio azuieof Iioaven. You smell It
and find the odor agreeable. You amilv
It and It changes gray hair to any natural
hiiaile without sollli).' thosealnor nro
ducing headache. Nothing can bo more
Clly Nurlp for Nulr.
Flvo hundred dollars city scrip for sale,
cheap in sums to suit tho purchaser. Ai
ply to Miller & Miller, Ohio Lovco.
On her up trip the steamer Mississippi
broke hor pitman, and stopped hero fr
temporary ropalrs. Sho loft for St. Louis
Saturday, but had proceeded only a fow
miles until sho broko again. Tho OUvo
ISranch, up yestorday, hitched on to her
nnd will assist her in reaohing her desti
nation. Childron llko it and take It readily.
Norman's Chalyboato cottago Syrup, for
Coughs, Colds, Ac. Sold ovorywuaro.
No better medleliio for Croup. Cdds.
Ao has over been offered to tho public
man Gorman's Chalyboato Couch Svruii.
iciilii;f I, ii lie H To.lilclil.
Henry Molsuor will elvo an Oiioii liitr
Lunch, at Saekborgci's old stand, on
1,'onimorolal, betweon Fifth and Sixth
streets, this evening, at 8 o'clock, where
many of the delloaelos and substantial
of the season will ho served In good
style, and where everybody will bo
welcomed. Henry wlshos one and all to
come and seo him. H
New Style Vivian scarfs, Victoria
scarfs, Eugenie scarfs, ust received at
P. NofPs, No. 70 Ohio Lovce. tf
iO O -Q.
It Is only thoso who havo couuootloii
with tho recolvlugand forwarding busi
ness of our city who aro cognizant of tho
extent of that business. Tho hundreds
and thousands of tons of to-day give
placo to other hundreds and thousands
of tons to-morrow. Our largest steamers
recelvo full cargoes without waiting an
hour for additional arrivals.
Tho Great Uepublio from Now Orloans,
is looked for to-day, and will
probnhly turn back from this point. She
could load horo in ton hours, if it wore
possible- for human appliances to placo
a cargo aboard of her in that time-. Im
mouso as hor carrying capacity is, thoro
la 'reight enough now horo to load Ucr.
H. M. Shrove, St. Louis.
Colorado, St. Louis.
Sam Orr, Kvanvllle.
Olive Branch, i. O.
Silror Spray, N. O.
Si. Luke, Memphis.
Kate Kearney, Ark., Itlver.
A. linker, Kostport.
Dan. A bio, Co I u in Inn.
Win. Whlto Paducah.
Emllie La llarge, New Orleans.
Sallle, Now Orleans.
Kate Kearney, Evausvillc.
A. llaker, Kastport.
Silver Spray, Cincinnati.
Sam Orr, Evansvillo.
Olive liratich, St. Louis,
St. Luke, do
For the past two days the weather has
been cloudy damp and dlsagre cable. Tho
rain of Saturday night was (.he heaviest
that has fallen hero for uiau.y mouths.
Tho latest accounts we have,report tho
Mississippi and Ohio rivers fulling at all
points above, which will probably bring
the river to a. stand hero by tomorrow
In tlie past 21 hours tho rJso has only
been about 8 inches.
DushiesH Is good considering thewcath
r. ThoKato Koarney had 120 bales of cot
ton, for Evansvillo.
',Tho OIIvo Branch, brought for Nash
ville, 100 hhds sugar, 71 bbUs mollasses,
10 bbls oranges, 10 bbls pecans, 00 boxes
oranges, and for Chicago 5 hhds cocoa
nuts. l'ho Colorado brought for D. Arter Js
Co., i bbls sugar, 1 ditto ;yrup. C. It.
woouwaru .1 pieces casting, Mrs. Os
wald 2 sewing machines, 2 pkgs. Jno.
Antrim large lot hiindrles.
Tlio Tallf man brought f or tho South,
15 hhds tobacco, and fair trip for other
Tho Talisman Is tho Niu hvlllo packet
Tho IMchmond, Arthur and Groat Ito
publlo aro due from Now Orleans.
Tho Sam Orf brought for J. J. Wil
liams lot sundries; Stral ton & Illrd 17
pkgs sundries; Wm. M. E avidson 2 pkgs
and forshlpmont South 1 050 tks corn, 10
bbls whisky, 103 sks seed , 125 sks pota
toes and -1 hhds tobacco.
I'or Cl(y Trtmn nrrr.
Wo nro nuthoritcJ to nnnou noe Jtr. JOHN JIV.
I.AM), n ncnnIIJnlo for re.cloe lion lo thcoilloo of
City Tn-aturcr. to
Wu nro niithorireil lo nnnotino n that J, II, TiVI.OIl
will ba r rnmlliUtg for City Trt urr, t tlio rmiilti
tlmrlcr ckelluiu Janlitil
I'or !ltj- VU irk.
Wc nro Kiithiirizn.l tu Mimniin tint JOHN I1IIOWN
innciiiuliilnlo fur tlio olBcoof C ily Clerk, t Hie ensu
ln charti-r uloctiou- JnnlSttl
Wo nromitliorlmt tonnnoii nee that J. c.CHOW.
I.EVmi(incimililutofortlie olllen ofCitvCleik al
llio rnmiius th vtcr eli-ctlon. ln'oi.t
I'or City 91 A rahal.
Wo nro nulhoritoil to ann ounco thai lltoirAKt.
IIAMIUIICK, will Ui n cnmlult toforro.olocllon to tho
ofllcoof City .Marshal nt tho cnnulufj rauulolpM cloc-
Wo nro niilliorltoil to nmioc.nro that J03EI1!! Alt.
NOM will ho u omiiliiUtMfor tlio ofllco of Cllv Mnr.
hal ntthocnsiiiiiKch.irtiTi-lcctlon. te
Wo nrnnuthorlzKil tn nniiiniiirn ik.i nimiri. u...
CAKl'IIV, iiruaciU chlrfof iiollco. will La
for tho officii c.f City Marlul nt tho oiisuinfr charlor
JJOSS COAL YAHD.
JA1SIKS BOSS, Pxopi-iotor
Vipotto foot ori:ievttutU Ntrcat.
Ivf eps i I'oiistantly ou Imml I'ituhuri;, Mt. Carbon,
aiiit imQuiiln Conts, which will ho Uehviirod in ciuun.
mii-n io k iii, in nny jmri or ino oily.
All t.'oal WfighoJ, ami full measuro BUlnteod.
Icrms titi1yc3hlaoncss. UM.f
.Mill HAI.i:-12Hlmre f f-lock In tlit; CMro CHy
" Tfoiicrly C:oinpany
Jnn. Wi'iil, laTU. tf
A ll.tof I,rtlcr.i romnlliiiiR nnclalmcl In tho
OHico nOJ.ilrolllllnolf, Sntunlny, Jmumry K.I.J".
Brown, Mr Maryi
IllllW, 4IIIHI Al
Itrcwcr, Mim l.lrtli;
ll.iiiiiifiiril, Mi Mi'lindn;
Ciriy, Mr nirnlim-i
uiicrniui, ntf iiCioci
Dornty, Mr Mrimi
llayn, Mii Mnry (colli)
Uiiriinui, Vlrxinin E;
Johidon, Mm O .Mi
1'orry, Minn llmttcy;
Kohcrtu, Jllhi HiiNiin A;
lUlltllHnril, .lllllll Al'i.l
lioihy.Mrn. H. I.
Austin, Wm Jim;
Hcchoo, K Ol
tVllinp, (loo l'j
C1 inriti, Wi
PunlKiriior, U V
Kitipntrlcl;, I'mnlc A;
Kitrci-rtilil, J J;
ll. ril, lllrhanli
Ilraloy, Jocoph Vj
Ilr.nn, II or I'rtor (cold)
llovtnril JL l'ri.-loir,
lhiMi'inI, A'lam Ji
l.i'tnon, (loo .V;
Noun', fieo Wi ,
fcjlll 1 1 VM , V,
HirouKhn, O W
Hiinrnoti., J Tj
finith. W Hj
Whilinr, W Hi
Vmt, Newlon (Sj)
ErrteM, Mini Jano (''"III)
nrant, Ml .Nottli1
Ifuriuy, Mm Juh.i;
Jolinsuii, Mif Hi
Jiini'i, MIhk litiiti-r;
rntlirmn. .Mm Ufllli
ltum, Mh JoKt'iilinii';
Wlu'ch r. Mm Mr H;
WoWj, Mm W W.
llorHi-ll, J Si
(JiMhi'II, lli'iiry I.;
Curlcy, John J;
Uirinim, S Pi
Do Victor, KmnU;
Kl.her. A f(c-o.;)
yrfomont. John O,
llonnnl, Joiiik I,
lliillor, II ,M ('.';)
.VoriuiMilliie, Jerry ;
IWuier, I rank;
hwlnclir, 0n W;
Siiulli. John Millon;
oll, John M;
Willlaini, JiKMih n.
Ynnef-y, I Wj
IVrronii Mlllflg for any ol tho abota lrttr 'I
plrie coll lor "ArtrerU'wl ltilei," ami pin- ihcilate
ofthKllit. J. .M.r.ltAIIAM. 1' M
a:.VKit.vi. :iiakti:u i:i.Krrir.
I'ublic .Voliee i hereby ulren that there will l n
cunorul rhaiter el-.tinii In I.I In lli ' of Cir.,
County of Alexand' r. an-l Put nflllinoin unTulay
Fetru.ll) 1Uu4, A. 1'. I0, for Uir Miri.e of leelir
M)orlwi-eli,itr.at'tyC1i.rk,Cily Ailnr. 'y
Trurer aii'l t iiy Mamhal; lo one mrmU r of tl
Helix t OoHHeil flm the 1'irnt Warili one llieinb. r cf
wm from thofefoivl Wrl, ami on inrmlr f.om
tlwUity at lr,i". AIo tu Aldermen frmii the l u.i
Ward, lwo Aldermen from the Seoiel WarJ, -ne A'
ilrimmi from the Th.rd Ward awl one Alleriiiii It- in
the I'ourUi Ward.
rltillb'0iie.l in Ike ilitferent Ward a f
low : In ttm Kir.l Ward at the otlwi. of MeKcm e k.
IO., coiiht of uih ilre. t and WahiRKtii .n-i.ur
InUmfKOond Ward at the RngHM lloun of the U.V
rSrvrominHy mi Coimnereial aietme, tual of (-erenifi
alrwt. In the Third Ward in tho ntlleeof II Sl.ai).
Iiey, rorer Wli.nl ntemie lel Twelfth atrri I
lnifn 1'ourth Wrfntth Ooart lloii., in
I'olN III be oinMl -it Ou'rlorl; a.m. and at 8
o'tloik r.m.ofeaid'lay. JOHN llltuWN.
City detUfnri Urn.
Cairo, lllinoia, Jtnutry 3l,le9. t.l
Notico Ii hereby Klren, that ilefiult hia? tn-en
made In the payment of a oertam l"fHl, inin by
William II, Krrn to M. MiU Taylor and lim
l'mnn, TriHtee of Ihe Ctilro City l'mperty. .l.tid
May the loth, A, I), 14, and fxtyablo ll.n jcati
from tho dale thereof, with an per tt-M. tnti re.t in.,
til due, and ten per rent, thoreaner, and to tecum
the payment of llKh rlfcl note, with Other., d
William II K.irru KaVe them Ilia certain mortgage with
power of al on tho follomi( drrill projry,
lo-wit i lt nunitri-l nine O), ten (lo) an I elen i
(11). In Moek iiiimU re.1 aix j, in the tlur tall'
to tlio city of I'air-, in tlivrounty of Aleian . r alii
State of Illinois, hIh.-Ii eawl moriRti; ma., i y, I
h Sta.itTajoriHl K'Ik iii l'rni,Truteeft :-r.
ai l, on Urn telfth day of January, A. 1). l7o, I r
value roeeiird, duly ainI to ieore I.riitr.T,
nnd whieh paid moilKane i rworded in th" K
i order' oillee, of the county of Aloiander, in U- I:
!', ' 1"-', tho amount nw teme due and i- y
aUi , lin( eitfhty-thren dollar, and thirty f r
eentK prlnelpsl, t-.-ether with mteroat there in, t.l
the Mite nbov e Mated.
J. Hie undrriiiie.I ah;nee of 8. f-taata Ta)I r
nnd hJwin rr"i", Trua el., to mIi hi a I
inorttfajg wa made, by vtrtuo of the lrm anil yf
V Kioto of I be ailiie, will, on TueUr, the i II. -ny
of January, A I' laT'i, alien n'rlork am., if ll.it
day, under and ly vntue of th xer of a.iie c- n
lamed in euld Hl"rti(, -ll at ihiMic aurln n,l tho
hube.t bidder, fr eah, at the front dieir i'f t- u
court h"Uo in f aid i ity of Cairo, in the e.iunly f
Alexander, and Hale ef Illlnnie, I be ateiie ier rU 1
preniie4 to aatitfy the imriM and eon-M -nof
laid mortiraifo. i.KOKOE I.ATT.Shlt.
Miiii Wiaa A Iitrtia, ntt'yp.
Jan. II, lbTU'dtd
Nutlce la hereby riirn, that, nhma on tho third
day of March, A. 1. In.s, Thomai Toiler and Men.
r.iuali I'nrter, hi wife, inivl thoir reruuu morlfaKo
dcel, by which they conveyed to John S. Mooro. of
thncity of H. Louif. t-tate of Mluuri, llielj)
and (Gi, In block Iwot'i), in tho fourth addition to tlio
city of Cairo, Alexander county, lllinoia, for the pur
pone of ticllc r aecuring th M)'ment of n cer'am
iiromistory iiolc of even date wtih iaid inorlKK-,
fur thw urn of aoren liundr.tl and lift) dulltra, pay
uhle lo John S, Moon-, llvrt montha after dte,mi,
alk-ncd by lh ald Thinnai, Teller ; and Mherean it
wu expmoly provnli I In aald ueirlKiue that in cate
of iletanlt in die iHiyment of a, I pii.iin.ory note,
or any pari li'i reoi,neeordiut;n the tenor and ellectt f
thepnnie, then the eald John -S. More, hu leil rep.
riuentatitc or attunmr. uftir havinu ndtcrtltod
nieh lo ten ihy a tienajeijicr publirhed tn
Sum, orbypOklinttup written t prinunl noticea In
,'nurplaeea m tho county where raul premte nro
P mute, uilsht aril the mine, or nny luirt Ibereol, and
ill I right nnd oquily of ri'dempiioniflhoaaidThoinuii
Ti rlerand tloinah Tortcr, hi wife, their hulra, ei.
iHMiUirn, iidnilnlatrntnra or "U'li in and to tho
t.il' I prvmueni and whercA, Uefault hna been mado
in i h jwvniciit of tho aaid aiiiu of cvcn hundred
und tlfty tloilara, for which aid jroinUaory nolo and
inort K erK'eii, nowtheref iro in puraiianco lo
the n 'er coutMjjcit In tho nu.I niorti;ai(c, wu will. i
tl oatt orueya of thtald John H. Meoie, .ell nt pubhfl
M'li'liM.l" Ibe hub ludiler, foreu-li, at tho court
houe, in lru, on tb iM day of January, A, I).
laTU, nt tho hour it eleven o'clock, In Urn furcnomi
of raid iluy, the aald Iota nv. (1) nnd alx (ii),lli blin k
two (j), In l.'io fourth iiddllion tu the cily of ( airo,
couuly of Aloxnndor nnd Mat of llllnoia, nnd will
cxiiMito to thf purehiikeror purchan'ra thereof deid
lor tlio conveyanea in lecainiineni uic .am preiuuea,
t kdd ,v ih'ili ii, Aiiorueya lor
Jan. 15, lMO.dlOd
JOHN a. MUOUE,
Tu Tlio Tax Payers of Alexniulor Conn
ly imil Ntiito of Illluola.
Tho tax book In now m my Imiidi nnd for tho pur
pone of collecting tho Slate, County, Hpivial, Tauper,
und District School taxo now duo, nml for tho year A,
I), lhi.'j, I will bo nt Cairo lit my o.llce in cry day ilur
Iuk tho mouth of l'cbruary, la;u.
At tho liouto of Jacob llartlineK, in llarlcwood Tre
clnct, ou Wcdi.cinlay, Miucli itoth, Ie70.
At the aloroofjohn Kiiulh, in Unity Trecliicl.on
Thureday, March alat, lo.
At the alorc "fit, A. Edinonnon tn Clear Creek Tre.
clnct, on Monday, April llli, lt0,
AttlioSolioolIliiiise, near Thoiiuix J. MeClnrc'a in
Clear Creek Trccinci.on Thiimdav, April tlb, iir
At tho store of J. (i. llolwiii!;. in thu ton of Thcbea
on Wcdncudny, April till, Ip70.
Atthoatoro of Mm. O. Jlcflnor, nt Hanlit Ko on
Thureday, April 7lh, UW.
At tliOHtnre of M. 1). (iuulor, In Oooeo Island, on
Krldav, Ajirll fcth, H70. ' "
At tho houio of Tinman ilarlin, In Doulcolh, on
Saiurday, April Ulh, 1H(. '
Wd'To thoso who oviii pcrdonnl tax, bo mn'oond pu
It nnd aavo coata ott I ahull ilo ull in lny power In
collect uvcry dollar chin geil ou UiuTax llooli uccord-
Inir to law,
iiIlo auro and bring your former Itecclid.iuryour
X ecda in order (hat tin Uevrlitionaof your lands may
Li, J found readily. Ij. II. MVEIIS.
Bhcriirund Ex-Olnclo Coilcctorof AloxanderCo
Collector's OIUqo Cairo, HI., JatUlh, A. U, WO.