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NEWS OF THE MDY.
THUUS3DAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1870
Asplendcd lot of calf boot uud, ghl.
ters will arlve at P. KefPa next week,
and will bo sold low for cash. tf
Tho Coiitlueiitul Is the only cook stovo
with sliding oven doorq. Warrand In
all respects. Pitcher & Henry, at 192
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
198 dozkn late style HatH, and others,
at cost, forthls month only, at Peter
NefPs, No. 79, Ohio Levee
jCall ami examluo the, stock and prices
'u6foVc you niake your purchases',' rfud
don't forget your pocketbooks. tf
The Hoard of Aldermen havo ordered
the construction of a crossing across
(Vashlugton avenue at Eighteenth
street. 'Tlie residents' of the neighbor
hood have long felt the want of this
crossing. , ,
Tho St. Nicholas Itllllard Hall Is one
ofthelargett and best furnished In the
country. It Is the resort o! both citlzous
and stranger who Indulge billiard play
Xollen lo (lie Tax.paprr of Alexander Co.
I will belu tny ofllce at tho court house
every day during this mouth for the pur
pose of receiving State aud County taxes
now due Cairo III. Feb. 1st 1870
feb4d0t. L. II. MYERS Colleclor.
Tho completest stoch of gentlemen's
fiirnUhiug goods in tho city , U to be
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
be a remarkable want, indeed. In this,
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
aTCHe voYy lowest figures ruling In the
The Hoard of Aldermen have instruct
ed the Ordlnauce Committee to report an
ordluancorequlrJngihtj Itnmediutc re
moval of all shade trees that In any man
jiiierpl&frjHtho Nldowalk. ti '
A number of trees, planted years ago,
on the outer edge of the then four feet
sidewalks, stand near the center of the
walks, now that the walks have been
widened. These, ofcoure, tho 'woods
muu" will not "spare."
Milk HitU. 1
The stock of silk hats at Miller & Mill
er's comprises the very latest styles aud
tho finest make of thu season. The
variety Is very great, the stock, largo,
and prices havo been regulated to hnr
inonltt? with the times. Call In and ex
1200 pairs of assorted pants, with
vest to match, at cost, at No. 71) Ohio
At 122 commercial Avenue, between
Keventh aud Eighth struct, I a first class
house of entertainment, kept upon the
restaurant or European style, furninhlng
oysters, gamo or meals on short notice in
the best style. Also elegant rooms and
beds for transient guests. Patronage
J12tf Hk.vky H-irtBis, proprietor.
A Plent Re-uuiou. '
The ninth anniversary ball of the Hi
txrnlau Fire company, held at School's
hall, last night, was, In every respect, a
" success. Tho best of feeling prevailed,
and when the crowd dispersed tho gray
streaks in tho eastern sky betokened the
cam4iig,of themornlug. Tho managers
were active aud attentive in ministering
to tho pleasure of ' tho participants, and
certainly loft nothing uudone that might
have added to the Interest of the occa
sion. Moiurs. Miller aud Miller have Junt re
oelved au unusually large, well aeaorted
and strictly fuslnonablo supply of plecQ,
goods, to which they ask hpeclul atten
tion. Tho lot embraces tho finest clothn
and casiiuern over brought to Cairo, aud
such a variety offltylcs that all tastes may
be accommodated. HultH or garments
from these goods aro mado to order In tho
best manner and latest style, and at
figures that will defy competition. For
proof of this they only ask to be.puupon
trial. At all eveiiU call around and sco
the now goodui Jan25tf. H
A Word to the Wlr la rinMcleat."
A prudent housekeejier purchases the
Ut and cheapest article for tho kitchen
that can be obtained. ''Dooley's Baking
Powder'' Is tho purest, beat, and cheap
est Baklug Powder known. One pound
will go further In the culinary depart
ment than any other In market, and Is
guaranteed to produce moro satisfactory
resultn, as thelngredlents aro harmless,
, healthy and nutritious. Tt Is for sale by
all good Groceries. -'
In w & s.
Tbe Hi. XlcholiM Hotel and Keatunraat.
1 Th'UVopuIaYund'tiirgibly.locatod house
of publlo entertaiumont is now lltted
wndfiijulshedj trouglmut In goodstylo;
and, untler"'tu.e miuiagement' of Messrs
Walker & Slsson, la doing a largo and
thrlviug business. It Ih kept upon tho
European plan tho guest calling for
what he wants when ho wauta It, wheth
er In tho day or nlftht time, and paying
only for what ho orders. The rooms are
largo and clean, furnished with tho best
of beds and bedding, whlo all other fea
tures of the establishment aro arranged,
with an espoclal eyo to the comfort ami
convenience of (ho guests. JaGtf
C'LOHINO OUT THK KNTIKR STOCK OF
ready made clothing, furnishing goods,
boots, shoes, hats, caps, truuksaud vails
M at P. Neil's, iio. "ii, Ohio .Levee, at
actual cost, for cash only.
i;Jt t ti- t
'rlin rnllMlf Ml. .A....Mt.Mll.M t . 1 1 . 1 1
sscSiorthat does lho'wh''l ftririy idfsg
essorlcrflllt. "J A K
- - - f
i Uuwlll'iz that an v tour readers shall
glvoltajv'Uocal application," wert omit
uaieaYiiwu cnauge i initials. HUVfJ wo
Came, ill , DO&ftOSSloil of tha..cnrrfannnrl
euce.and wbyyve pjuldlslj t js our pfvtx
DUHinens; r'' ii . rj j
F. A. G., Assessor: 1
AYr You havo noflflcd mo to pay' n
tax that I don't think,! havo any right' to
pay.' i uave never sold an acre or land,
or a lot belonging to any one but myself.
.ijavubi; j u j iiii(it:i iiuviiue, uui permit inu
io uug my own wne, lryou picaso.
D. T. T.
THK HEI'X.V. '
To D. T. T., TZnqi
tuJDtar Sir Your nolo of .tbo-rlnst. Is at
rinnu, contents noted and found patlsfnct
ory. .Considered no Impertinence. Per
mission granted, and assistancefurnish
ed, ii oesireti. Kenpectiuny,
tr, A. u., u. fs. Assessor.
W'o hold ourself in readiness to accept
deputyshlp under F. A. U., at a mo
moiit's notice. "Salary not so much of
an object as a permanent situation. '
I'lanoa, Metritis 'Jliirlilnea nnd .Miulc.
A. Sumner's celebrated, piano fortes,
Indorsed by tho highest authority, and
the same ai used In'the Conservatory of
Muic, aro rented out by J. 0. .Carson,
and ,'ubont applied to tho payment of
the price of the, piano. Sewing machines
ou same termH. Sevyjng machine,. find
ing( piano-stools and covers) sheetmuslc
of the lntest publications,. eic.,oii moder
ate terms. A papular1 'pieco of music
given gratis to all -purchasers of music.
Mr. Atklus, Mr. A. bum tier's regular
ly employed piano tuner, yl arrive in
the city in a few days", 'and wi'll take
ordew for piano tunlug at per y.ear 32
first quarter and 51 each iiibscqueiit
quarter. Orders for piano tuning may
be left at my roomsr corner of Eight and
Washington,. or at the Conservatory of,
Pianos sold by me aro kept lii tunc
two-cars, frdo of charge. ' ' '
H Flood &
k Lady,,. Decatur; I Cooper,
Leon arc! Wife & Brother,
Vleksburg; A h Ougtby, Charleston; S
Ovcrlln, Siicramdnto; J J 'Amston,
Charleston; H Borne, Caledonia; F'
Blake, City; H BolhweU)nBloomingtoti;
R Is Sullivan, Mt Verndrt; 31 Thrallklll,
Slra.Mrncetowii;rHiP Joyt), (liqwVpjk;
S II Burt, Balard Co.; S Shell, Ballanl
Co.; M Byrne, Blandvllle; S Gasie tt,
W Thomas, Tzaii;lJIkomaiirezafl;
C Brown, St Lous; McKlnney, St iCouls;
Dr B F Field, Mo; iV 'A .UumbcrUt,
Evasvlllc; T Bowen, Clarkuvllle; B R
Tpwnc,vBuftuioa; JN"r Htnltji, e p G
Jofeph, Cincinnati; AThwart, Mo; J II
Bryaut, Columbiw j'W Bude, Loulsvlllo;
John Keck, Centralla; G Dunbar, Coun
ell Blutl'x; CMabry, Ballard Co; it Le
vy, New York; CTiallowi Ballard Co;
W Panuey, Ky; II Waggbndr-; Ironton;
O Carroll, Blvei ; Charles WllIet,' Ev.
Yoltii' licrrs, AND ?Hli.i)it.s's cloth-.
Ingat'lfM tbtil -NowtiYork, prices, will'
bo told this month, at NelTa regardless of
Hack coats at lkis than cost at
P. NclPs, no. 70, Ohio Levee. tf.
One TirocsAhVAtiD-ioP okkkino
steel mlxco Jeans, at CO aud 7.1 cents per
yard, nt P. NefPs, no. 79, Ohio Levee, tf
Our new card, circular and general Job
i type,' and tho greater portion of 'our now
nowppaper material jjhav.c arrived; and
a portion of tho formor Is now Iu use in
tho execution of tho lluest.uiid niost ele
gant Job-work ever 'turned oil" of tho
Bulletin; prtAses. t ,u;.
As it Is our purpose to reVct all our4
present advertising favors, and pluco
them In a better aud more uniform
shape, such patrons as, may desire to al
ter their ad vertlsements will please indi
cate that desire by uext Monday, Now
advertiseincnta may,bo handed In at any
time; but wo would take It as a special
favoryjf thoso who Jnteml tptlvertlse,
would hand In thoir mauuscript by tho
middle of the coming week, say by tho
WnlilKtin II1I, 'el. Uim,
A Grand Masquerade Ball will bo glveu
as above, under tho auspices of the Cairo
-Tu,rnor9: Tho public generally Is Invited
to attend; Jljo management pledging
themselves tha'trn'o effort will ho spared
to render tho ocqasioji one most;
pleasant and cnte'rtalrllng"" foailjvho
raayi attend. u if.ll
COMMITTKK OK AHAN(1KMKNTS :
i -a . , xi, ouiiaii.Aimuir.
' P ! H - .1- .tM ts. a-t.H
vf . ai5;iiW,l',la.orfjjnoQ((j
,-1 ' !lvhi How m.Butir.irf
Ih tft epjamatlpij Pfvory lady who in
discreetly ventures to apply tho or-
U' MT Jlyeajor "colors'; tort '.re
ors" to her whitening ringlets,
nnd tar aro scarcely more abhorrent.
Not sVi-TualOrt&eVltaJlacor Salvation'
for tho Hair." Nothing denies Us freely,
flowing crystal. There Is no sediment,,
hdJgiibi, lUtHl ga4i4tfla hftrand.
Its operation perfect. What a dlscovr !
fl Wfr 1 w
-"b WlJellUltUVIIVU UAII1UI1.1
a klndnes upon the part of one revenue
..Tiie Drep nnmimi'inn- or the Airir.
I ... a :. -
From tho Utah 'Reporter' wo gather
-q'the-folldwlng additional facts concern-
lug the assault upon the person of Dr
Tho . attack, wa? mado ,last Monday
night a week ago. The, Doctor had just
passed from his residence to tho street
wh'eri'threo men set upon him, one of
whlphAruck hltn with a dacger, evi
dently intending to take his life at a
'slnglo blow. Tho Doctor received tho
blow on his left wrist. Then quickly
placirijhimsclf in an attitude of defense,
he turned toward the assassins, but only
to see them retreat ih the darkness.
"They had," says tho 'Reporter.' "ful
filled the order of the Church in making,
as they thought, n sure and deadly stab,
and then they lied to their master to j -
claim the news."
"Wo cannot," continues tho same au
thority, "undertako to comment upon
tho hellish treachery of such acts as the'
above. It is the grand trait of Mormon
ism, and palliates itfelf in tho crimson
dogma of i'blood atouemcnt." Iu this
particular case, howovcr, wo will do
lirlgham Youug and his myrmldoms the
Justice to say that thoy had already given
Dr. Taggart frequent notice that It 'would
be for his health to'drlve slow" in hia
duties as assessor. Hut the Doctor being
tliekbuil of q.niau for Walt Lako City,
way not afraid to do his work well. Tho
assessment lately made by him on tho
so'calJed church property broke tho
tfarhol'a lack. Since then the hounds of
othigliirvo bfon thirsting for the blood
of that bravo And honest man."
-"-Everybody uon WJanl
Uarcluy Rro's. sell It cheap for
Patronize home'liiclltu'tlons IJOj-
. .Xormau'H, .Chalybcat CoukIi Syrup,
Try It. For palo- by J. H.Humm.
d k w 1 w
Tllril Ainltrrj- 1U1J liy (lie, Cairo
The member of the Cairo Casino pro
posu, an observance of their third annl
.vtrsary day by a masquerade ball In
Washington Hall, on" Monday, February
2Sth, which they expect to render an
all'alr pleasatlt (6 all who tuny choose to
participate. The management rofer with
pride to thu mastiuerade balls heretofore
(glyoii by,llu,;Ca.sJi)p, and, protulsq Uiat
thu ball hcreuiinoupced slmll ue of the
most respectable a nd Interesting cha-
Jinviui . t - i i j l .
ComiHrtteo of '(Arrangements J)tis I
Herbert, 11. Meyer, Robt. Brlbach.
" hTin.TiR!T xx r.HK" Eutlere' Sf.oinach
Tho fiwlftand populurpatsiiugerstcam
eriMollle Able Is posted for New Orleans
toimorruw, Friday, uvenlng. Cupt. C. T.
Hlnde Is tho agent for Cairo.
Uvri-llluK Jeatrn-d by Vlrc .
. Tho country resldeuco of Mr. .Leauder
Axjey, situated about a half nillp from
Villa Rldgo croMinir, was totally destroy-'
cd by llrt', oil Tuesday night lust tiTho,
.house was unoccupied, and entirely fxo
llatedf being at least three hundrci yards
from any other building. ,o can only
atlrlbutu Its destruction, therefor o, to In
ceiidlariHtn. It was insured for fi'OO in a
'rcsporislble Insurance company, bVrihld!
sum will fall at least $o 0
r. .a ...Ill i".. I I 1 t r a f
Pitcher & Henry'ti largo stoch of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tiuwarf. eto
wlil'bt sold without regard to (:orit. tf
Tho Auroiu oil will not slain or grcaes.
Thousands' of mothers i(ro constantly
speaking In exaulcd terms of com in end-,
atlon of the magical ellect of Mrs. Whit
iCombarjyrib for soothing Infants and
t'eethfng." ' il & w 1 w
Vii AT HTtitiES JKU ELllY.
I'onr lliiuilreil Dolliira offereil for ll
III 1 all t t.jpovejrjv , .
yVc referred yostorday to tho abstract'
Ion of a valuable casoofjuwelry from the
trunk of a stranger, stopping at the St.
Charles iThOiiiuuio pf., tho atmuger is
Isaac ieft.b3teiu,iK of tho. firm of
RoscufJcld ut)tl F-tatcin, itock Island
The details of thu nflalr, its related to
us. by "Mr. Ebsteln, are as follows: Ar
rlrcd in the city on tho afternoon train,
he Immediately repaired to tho 8t.
Charles Hotel, and directed the porter to
L'o after his trunk, which was at tho pas
senger depot. Tho portor replied that j
ho.woult glv.o (hu matter div .attention, ,
whereupon Mr. Ebsteln went up to town
to jrU j upon parties In )ils lino of busl-,
liess. ''SVheji.hojIjtuirned to tho hotdl ho
found his runic in tho ofllce,
securing n room, ho had his trunk con- j
veyed thereto, accompanying It In per-1
Ljiou,, , jyyen tno porters retired, no .
qpened thu trunk to re-arrango his goods,
amlv. 'found , .everything iu Its' place.
,'8jurfly afterwards ho relooked his trunk,
"passed 'iiuVof lils room, locked the door,
ttlylsgjtjjo key with tho clerk, snout
OBJuiai; two oriureo noiirs impc, com
pany of ri frfeiid. "When, about 0 p'clook
tho evening, ho roturned to his -room,
ho found the door unlocked, and passing
In saw that tho,16cl: had been prized from
the trunk and tho ouso of jewelry, ab
stracted,. Thi case, contalueu. twenty
rjl)C'Jdlefi tiollV watches, a mtmher of
American gold watch cases, and a lotqf
gold and silver chains, worth in the ag
gregate about $3,000. Returning to the
ofllce be apprised the clerk of his loss.
buf. no facta could' bo brought to light
mac gave aay ciue to mo tnier.
Mr. Eberiteln wilglvoiWOO for tho ro
covery of the goods, or a proportionate
amount for a part of thorn.
Usa jEudct'a 'CrJlirH ture. !It never
Why,suflet;rom a bad cold, when you
canlgetl. a ' b'ottlb of 'Norman'B'-Chaly-
beato Cough Syrup frorrl J. S. Humm.
Tho celebrated Aurora oil can be had
at No. 02 Ohio Lovce. jan21-lm
Ir CUy Trctrr. ', '
orp tuthoriifd lo ano&nneMr. J01i; IIV
fjANwViu aean'IKlaUifor Mflton to tli' bjlipe of
C,JjrTrogI)fcir. . . j t )f,c
'e pro eutlioriicj to. announce that J., D. TAYLOR
will hi b canilfJato for Cll j Treasurer, at the ensuing
For City Clerk.
Wnaroivutharltnl to announce that WILLIAM 11.
MOItltl.Hlsuc.inJldato for the offleo of Cli Clerical
Uioctunilng charter a!rtIon. - tc'
W aro amhorited to announeo thatSOHNJDUOWN
Ii a candidate for the office of Cit; Clerk, nt the emu
Mg charier elKtion.' Janllld
Wo Qfoauthorlid toannounca that J. COHOW-
LBr wUt lflfaldlditcor thcofflee .of CityClcrk at
the ctir Mg chl-tcr electlon.jC. ' jn4d
jWs mth'irtxod to announcer MiltiMiaiAKL
ilAMIIKICK, will ttcaji(liJaUforre;eleftloalo th-i
ofTiceof City J!i4h&rHhe Vtunlj'irifirllclpal elec
tion., " ,ian20td
'.Wor(ulHorItC(i to aanODnee that JOSKI'lI AR
NOLD vritlU a eiaulldatv for Uiq oIBs of. City Mar-
..it..,...'... t... 1 .
iioi ni uie rnumircnaricrciociion. , . ic
We are ahtnorijied to ahnoiinee (hul'lANlRL )Ic
CAKTIiV,ipr'cnt ahUfof oJice, ll) bjOeaBdldalo
forllieoirice.o'fCitj' Marslul "at the enVtiiaz charter
C:tfoa. . , ' I te
rr City' A(rn'rri ' A '
We,aro autliotiuvl tj announce thai FONTAINE K
L'linif5HT'ilfhn a tandldatB 'for tho o'fflebof Cit
Attorney oltbeeoitulngolt.irteVtJ'.'oUon. tda
Caught in the Mttslnxippl rlycr oppoalto Ilelmonf
Mo.,- Tuolt.ilet Cottorui Calrtf , lame i .railed for,
iToperty proren anddxtnand paid Kithin thlrtjr d.iy
tlie umt will be aflld for account of charge.' For rar
I.ciiUm n!dreD J'rank M. lltllidleT, I. C. K. A. Wharf
Oauialroilll. . Kcl'lmd'
Karnn4 ,One or all will I oJ oexchange for
y prhporty. laonlreof "
i TIIOMAPIIDEN 1 ALDEN.
i fJRA'D ORXAMENTAXjPAINmCr.
QAItL L. TUO,MASf i
Shop In the Perry Ilouac, Corner Oomirlercail
- jr, - 7 Avoaueo Klh Mreet. -y- ,y
deenvt - - t
1 DltY OOOD-artOCEItlRS
JRY GOOBS AND OROcijRrES"-
I. THE FOVKTII WARD.
Hm Introduced Into hia Vonrth'Ward Grocery eatab
lUlinrnt a firr kkU ite partment, emuracin every
urtlrl.. uninlly found Iu tho rezular dry eooda houata
ef tht city.
Staple nut! Fnncy Dry Cleeds,
Of every deicrlption, Iloiery. Notioni, Boote and
:nne, nnu a campieit'otionmcni Rrnerauv.
" The natronaee cf the mibllc la Invited; the rronrle-
trsuarrantctiingto cll anylhlngln hia line, vlirlher
- LWg;XrVW h'v ,,hr,T u
1 I . " " I - . I . L -
PrJikr unit 'initenth atiert
Ehi (irocery etUblohmrnt at the comer of Sixth
aiiJ Cominoioird, HI;t malquinoU ni unuol, one of
tho beat atocktHl In the eltr.
OST COAL BARGK."
A lilieral reward will be paid tho finder bynendmc
information to Cairo bald Urge wa 130 tret long,
decked over, inarktil N. J. Iliglry on aide, and hail a
tin numlx-U or t on tho end. It got away from Cairo
nud wa turcrd bottom upwartU.
liliS..IIm A. I.. MIOTWKI.I. 1 tO.V.
Cairo, ' XlXlxjLolw.
W. 1. 1IAL1.1DAY, Preeldenti
A. U. BAKFOIIU, Caableri
WAbTKIl IIYHLOP, AaalaUat Ceahler.
9. 8TAAT8TAILQK, , I W. P. UAil.lDAT.
SCOTT W1IITK, ' K0BT.H.X'irNN150AM,
(F.O. I). WILLIAMSON, HTKI'UK.S' BIKl,
A. II. siAFFOBl). f
Exvhaugc, Colu, aad United States Boadj
Bought and Sold.
Deposits 'Reecivid, and a Central1 'Banking
UE FIK8T NATIONAL HANK
lUNIKb HUIID, I llOUT. V, MlI.li.R
Preaident. I VlueI'raildunt
C. N. IIliailBS, Caoliier.
Collectloiw Promptly Atteuded to.
fcJxlliVi'ie.'Coln,1 WukJ5o'tt'Md United
f.lblcltl I '
JOI RYLANB'S SALOON
' aaup).ifa wllhaJ; kfnJaot " '
Svxjpoz-loxr Xjlcj.'uiox'aif BUr
Beer, Ale, "elc,
' .Commercial evenU, he.tlfjth ind'jenllf'aUetta.
' The thirsty, whs love' Rood llquort, abootd give him
t can, aii'i inoae who wisn to pun a trHRram ci
it cigar can
wv tht'ir vjut4 aupplinit at hi tmr
I hereby given that default having occurred In
Uw ptrfortnancftof the.conditlnna cxprentd mal
V$5U 'rtgage or Deed of, Trim eHcutMbT;J
Johrf O Krinn tu Hamnol 8lat Taylor nd SJrill'
date,! tho Twcnty-lhlrd clay of January, A. &'.
- , .. . . iu inn iwi-oriiur omca. in a
WWh' county, In tho Stolo of Ullnoia,
Kook P or Deeda, page 150, laid mortgage or di
Of tnilt'COnVeVlnv Int nnn.k.,1
wP tf(ih0..C-'.of, Calr. ,n M county and Slat.
ti. i j """!", aaui trustees, will oa
..Vrl& ,,he'S00,n,l day of March. A..D. 187.
at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon ofthtttlar under
nnd by vlrtuo of (lie power of sale conlilned ?a
Id Sorime, .ell, at Wile high" .
eat bidder, for caah. nt the om.ee bulfdlnz of illd
Trdftftei, corner Waahinglon avenue wid lsth
atreel, In aaid city of Cairo, In Alexandir eounlr
MdSUto of lUltfoU. aaidlot numbered Tw.?il
,?iMocl1, n"ml?fd W (nlnctytwo) lathe
ilrat ddltlon to thy city of Cairo, accordlnglo the
plat thoreof, with the appartenasee to taller the
parpoaelood condition of ald tnorUage. , ...
Daled, Cairo, IUInola, February th?Wo.
8. 8TAAT8 TAYLOR, - '
EDWIN PAIISON9. '
Troatoet of the Cairo City Property. . ,
pfrfl!r,,?ncof lbe condlllona ezpreaiedta .
r..'Jfi'i J'TaRO or Deed of Truat executed by
Patrick LiilontoHamnel HtaataTaylerand Edwin ''
.. riSI!',.T.n,,,'i,of ,he Ctlre r Property, dated
'ofiard dny of December A D. UM.rocoidedln
heUejorder'a olBce, ln,and for Alexandercoun.
wiaciiToi uairo, in mm county and Bute. We.
the nnilrtm.A.I, M rr....i r '
.i ; " V j " wuionneanea
itt'Jb't B?0"'1 ' March, A. V. W0, at 10
o clocitlnthe forenoon of that day; underandby
virtue of tho ower of aale conUlned In said
mortgage, ell, at aubllcaiietfon, to the hlgheat
T,f,.X.,.or cah ltlv,I offlce Gliding of aaid
Trniteea, corner Wanhlngton avenue and Urn "
IreeMnaeldelty of Cairo, In Alexander county
and lUtfl of ill noli, aaid lot narabered (16) i
7 PT.11'. j" numbered Tw.nty-aeven
(7) In the drat addition to the city of Cairo, ae-"'
cording to the recorded nlat thereof, with the p-t ;
purtonancea. to latiafy the, purpotea andcondl-u
tiorwpf.aalclmortCMe. . ',.
Dtcd, Oilro, Illinois, February lh, l$70.'
8. fiTAATrf TATIlir.
V ru iu r a Titi"ti
Truslccpf th C4lro dtf Property; r
laherebv efven that thai dafiiitt huiuwn,.
red'in th pcrfonnanco of the conditioaa ex
presH In a certain Mortiraffe. or Deed of Tntif'
executed by Charlen Ijkncaater to Harauel Bteeta '
Tayfor and iidwn l'ron, Traaleea of the Cairo
City 'Property, dated ihe Thirtieth day of Nov-
ember, A D. recorded in the Recorder' '
viiiuv, iii ini lur niiuucr couniy, in lue DUte'ii
cf UllAoia; lnliookK of Deeda, page 4rt.Ac.,
paid mtrtgiaa or deed of truit conveylnr lot
numbered d(aisfn Block numbered (17) orty
even In the Firtt Addition to tho city of Calroj
in aaid couuty and Htato. Wc, tho nderalned,
aald Trulee, will on Wedneaday, the Becond
day of March. A. D ltTO. nt 10 o'cloek In thi
forenoon of that day under and by virtue of tho
tKWcr of aalo contained luiild tnnrtcave .aallai
public auctkiu,to the hitheat bidder for caahVat the
unice ouiiuinKOi aaid rruitcea, corner or WM
iniiton avenuo and lBlh itreeti In Mid city
tturo, In Alexander county and Bute of lUleeta,
ram totnumtiercd (B) a x in Nock numbered (
forty atreu in the that ndditlon to theeltyof
Svlth the abpurtenanccK, to aatlify the parpoaea 1
and condition of aald mortsaf e.
i.airu. urn niir in inn rmin rti fi rtiai inrrnor.
I.itcu, Cairo, Ullnoia, February 9th, ".(TO.
M' B. OlAAinIAllAIII, v
1. Lilt 1.1 IMIUiUiir,
Triitec of the Cairo City Property.
la hercbr en en ilnl def.tull havlnir npnumt.1
In the pct'Ofnance of tho conditions expreiicd'
i.i a tertala HottgHo, or Deed of Truat,eacuUd
by Joaei'b I). Clearer, ta Ijamuelhtaata.Taylor and
Kdwla Paraons. Tfuattea of the Cairo City Pro
.pariKdayad the ,,i:io; eatb day ot May A. I. IKe,
nnd recorded In the Hecordrr a oWre, In and fikr
Alexander county, In tho State of lllfnoli, In
Ilook P of Deeda, pasaVI, aald mortgage or deed "
of tmat conveying lot immbcrej uv Twenty. .
1? lot numbered uui Twenty, .
.'. (Ttrcntytwo) 23, (Twenty. 7
three) 2t. (Twenty
enty) 71, (ieventy.on) In
" ' MM.t.W.W I.I
noon of that uay, unitcr and by vlrtuo of tho
power of aale contained In aald mortgage, aell at
(lublio auction to An luheit bidder for caah, at
thu offlra buddlnc of raiii Truatcei. corner U'uh.
loEton avenue and lMh atrcct, In aald clly of
Calroi In Alexander county and State of Ullnoia. -
. .1 I.I. 1. I..!....,! 1 1 V 1 1 .. I in '
aid Iota numbered tltuj twenty, (21) twenty-one, .
.') Twenty-two, ( twenty-three, (SI) ti
twenty -three.. (si) twenty-,,
rai b . - i i i u
tour. HW) iixiv.nine, iioi aevenir ana n (even.
ly-one, In block numbered (15) fifteen In ('
ed plat there
fourth addition to, mo city or.catro.ccordlng to
inr rrcoruru pi iiirrcui, iTiiuineap
inociMSo.. ... ,
limed. Cairo. lUInoIi. PebruarvSth. 1S70.
' H. STAAT9 TAYf.OB,
EDWIN PABWJN-S, - ,
Truiteei of llio Cairo City Property.
la herebr clreri that default havinc ocenrrad'
In the performance of (he conditions exprened la
a certain Mortgage, or Deed of Truit eiecutej by
Kdward IU Weakly to bamuel Htaala Taylor aad r.
Kdwin Paraona.Truateeof the Cairo City Pro.,
perty, dated the Twenty-fifth day of January A. D. '
1mm, and recorded In the I'ecoruer'a office, in and
for Alexander County, In the State of lllinoii, In
Hook P.of llceda Dace 154. aaid Morteaira or dud
nfiruit conveying lot numbered iS) twenty Ave
In block number HI (eighty one) In the drat addlt- -Ion
to the city of Cairo In aald county and atate, .
We. the underalcned. aald triulm. will on WJ.
naatlav the lecond day ol March A. 11. UTP, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of that day, under and by
virtue of the pnwerof tale contained In aald Mort
gage, aell, at Public Auction, to the hlgheit bid-i
dor, for caah, at the cOUe building of aaid Trua
tee , corner of Wiutilnjton Avenue and lbth ttrettl
In raid city of Cairo. In Alexander county and
Statoof flllnol. aald lot numbered (J6)
Twenty flrn in block numbered 81 (elgkty
one l in the tint addition to the aaid city
of tWro, according to the1 recorded plat thereof.
and condition of aald Mo
10 (aiiiiy mo
latcJ. Cairo. III.. February Oth
Trasteea of the Cairo City Property,
COMMISSION AND FORWARD ING
FOUYYAUDINU AND COMMISUOM
t OHIO LEVEE.
jAIRO BROOM MANUFACTORY.
P M'KEE & BltOTUER,
Harinjr perfected their arrangement for the manulac
tur ot llruami in tills city, we now prepared to tl
Aa the aame litiea of broomi can be purchued anv
"Affla. ..... "
uruvreieii a ir.eiiore iiu.r, tv uiiamioo. ta voie
'terrdornt tho 1 '
Hnuufitciory, Foarteeattv atrt,!MtWws
-1., , muimni'm4kOtmr, ' '
Will be promptly attended to. ' ' "
ururra uy man, anouiu no MUrcaied to
Septltt, ,r Cairp.lUinoU.j
TPOR NAtBlS fihari t( etqc In the ralroCily
X; f'L,?n.t,.LV'Q.I".t)'?y V WINSTON.
van. i(u, iD.u. .u.n..2
FnytiXUK, CUKAP-.Vew Cfittue Mdaie
lota, MMoer Ji'mimt a.-.1 butteatJt atxeeta.
mMliJdtf jlti:n.N x uiMiqttT, Att.
.in ma ouio oi jiunois, in uoolt I of Deedf.
pagoifl, aaid mortgage or deed of truat eonier '
Ing lot numtred Twenty-five (JS) In block num.
bered TwentT.iTin fy.i in ,; t'l-.i . j.n.."" ..
iriueenj in ino m Auuuion wine ciiy or uairo.
In raid county end ftule. We, the uuderalrnet,
aald Truitue, will on WeJu'lar the Mecond day,
of Marrh, A. V. liTO, at IU o'clock In the fore-