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NEWS TJIE CITY.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1870,
ABplended lot of calf boot and gal
lers will arlvo nt P. JseiP next week,
and will bo hold low forcush. tf
The HiiJ'e-wnter, so obnoxious to tho
night of some folks, but really annoying
to uobody, has almost entirely dlsap
Tho Coutliiciitul Is the only cook tovo
with alldniK oven door. Warranted In
,alLrercct. Pitcher? & Henry, at,lp2
A lire broke out In a kitchen In tho
rear of Hlckey'n residence, on 4th Htreot,
about 11 o'clock to-day, but wan extlii
' gaifrfied by' thoiipo,of a few biickaLl'ull
103 noznmlato Htylo Hats, and othera,
nt cost, for WU month only, ut Peter
NetPn, No. "0, Ohio Levee
Call and examine the (dock uud priceH
before you make your purchave.1, aijd
don't forget your pockotbookH. tf
Tho St. Nicholas Billiard Hull in ono
of tho lnrgc.il and beat furnished in the
country. It Is the resort ol both ciIImuh
and strangers who Indulge billiard play
Notice to the Tax.pnpcra ofAlcx uJrr Co,
I will be l(i my office ut the court houao
every day durlnjjthh month for the pur
pooo of receiving Stato and (Joiiuty faxes
now duo Cslro III. Feb. IhI 1870
feb4td. U. II. UY12RS Collector.
I'lirtil.tilnj; (,'inida. j
1 Tlie cornplet'est hUcIi of gentlemen's
furnishing good u .the j.'ity.,Ui to be
found at Miller and Mlller'x. It would
bo a remarkable want, Indeed, In thin
Hue that thuy cauuoUallnactorlly nupply
ut the very lowest figures ruling In the
4- ' Uf
The ktock of wllk hats at Miller fc Mill
er' comprises the very latest htyltn and
the Qotfl make of 'the boaion The
variety Ih very great, the stock large,
and prices have been regulated to har
tnonlze with the limed. Call In and ex
1200 vxim of aborted pant, with
vexU to match, at cost, at No. 70 Ohio
lirep ' tf,
At 1! commercial Avenue, between
Suveulh and Eighth atreet, la a first elies
house of entertainment, kept upon the
retanratit or Kuropenn style, furnlehlng
oynterii, game or meal on short notice In
the best style. Also elegant rooms and
beds for transient guest. Patronage
J12tf IIenrv IIamus, proprietor.
A daneefor wiir Drlrvllta
The IlJIriols Central Railroad company
uu live huudred dollar subject to the
order of that jiarty who will deliver Into
the custody of Its agent In Cairo, tho 13
bblit of pork stolen from tho cars, a few
nights ago, and tho body of the person
who stole them.
Thhhum will compensate consldeablo
eirorton tho part of detectives, uud wo
are, therefore "inclined" To think that it
wllliead to the dlsoovery of both thief
"and property, 'But W RIM Ward was
wont to say, riot venom.
A Plrnannt ltuiilon. '" ' '
The ninth anhlverary ball of the HI.
bernlau Fire company, held at School's
hall, last night, was, In every respect, a
succeed. The best of feeling prevailed,
and when the crowd dispersed tho gray
streaks In the eastern sky betokened the
coming of the morning. The managera
were active and attentive In ministering
to tho pleasure of the participants, aud
certainly left nothing undone that might
have added to the Intercut of the occa
sion. .---- ,
Messrs. Mlllerand Miller havo Just re
ceived an unusually large, well assorted
and strictly fashionable supply of piece
goods, to which they ask upeclal atten
tion. Tho lot embraces tho fluent cloths
and caslraers ever brought to Cairn, and
such a variety ofstyles that all tastes muy
be accommodated. Suits or garmonts
from thefco goods are made to order In the
best' manner aud latest style, and at
figures that will defy competition. For
proof of this they only ask to be put upon
trial, At all events call 'around and set
tho new goods. Jtwiiltf.
A Woriltollie Wlee U HliMclciit."
A prudent housekeeper purchases the
tout and cheapest arllclo for the kitchen
that can be obtained, .uojoy.'s Rafting
Powder" Is th'o purest, host, and cheup
est Rakiug Powdcrkuown, Ono pound
will go further Jn the, cujluary depart
ttieift'than any dther In market, 'and Is
guaranteed to produco more satisfactory
trrwiulta, as the ingredients are harmless,
healthy and nutritious. Tt is for sale by
all good 'Groceries. 4" mw&s
The fat. NleliolM Hotel uud lleatanratit.
This popular and eligibly located houso
of public entertainment is now 'fitted'
and furnished throughout in good stylo;
and under the maiiagemont of Messrs
Walker & Slnson, is doing a largo and
thriving business. It Is kept upon tho
Xuropoan plan tho guoat calllug for
what ho wanta when ho wants It, wheth
er In tho day or nlijht time, and paying
only or what ho orders. The rooms aro
large and clean, furnished with tho best.
.tfires.of the,etabllsh;nent aro arranged
with an especial eyo to tho comfort and
l-'WVnlenppio.thf RueaU. ;in iW
L- 1 1
Tho Gcrmania, Life lf,nsurance Com
pany of Now York pYo'poses to distribute
Aiuougi lit) policy holders pf( a year's
atandlti, 11200,006 cash.1 'Tlili Ji Jcort alu-
lv a latrge dividend, and speaks well (for
tlio'pfo's'fcflty aud liberality of thecpn-
paiiy.r? It. V., Jlel'.ucr i thoUigent
, - t ".I l.L..i j ti '
. CX.OHINU OUX 'IlK ESTWK BTOOK, OV
ready tniidtf clothing, furnishing goods,
boots, shoos, lints, caps, trunks and vails
ch at P. NelPs, no. 70, Ohio Levee, at
actual cost, Tor cash only.
Youths' nors' andciiii-dmn's cixitii.
Ing at less than Now York, prices, will
bo ftold this month, at NefPs regardless of
cost. . . . f
Munn has congressional asplra-
W,o aro willing, to concede&.Van'. a
reasonable amount of common' sense;
but tbe "second soberthrolighl" having
been tuken by th6 voUrs of this con
grealdonnl district, It puzzle us greatly
to reconcile this couccssloii with his
present aspirations. Tho 16th amend
ment doesn't enable us to do It.
Ed. J. Mansford, many ycai'.snp6 'an
attache of Cairo printing offices, raore re
cently with.. Iesrt illjelack 4 Co., And
now superintendent of the Memphis
'Appeal's' circulation, was In tho city to
day, en route north, on a wedding tour.
He married a Miss 'Felicia 11. Gray,
who IsHpoken of by (he Iemphls Appeal'
as one of the handsomot and most ac
complished young ladies of tho city.
Kd. has grown into a sprightly, actlvo
and Intelligent young man a habit with
the Mansford boys.
Pitcher L Henry'a large atock of hard
ware', cutlery, tools, stoveg; tluwaro'. 'tto
in i i . ... t . . .
win dp om wmioui. regmru to con, ii
The Aurora oil will BOt stain or greaen.
Thousands of mothers' are constantly
speaking In cxauleu leruiH of eotumeml-
atlori'of the magical eircoi of 31r3t Whit-
cotnbfi riyrtib for soothing Infants and
In this cltv. t 11 ovolnrk- Ust nlchf.
Paulina, Infant daughter of Jacob arid
Roslna Lehnltig, aed I2tJ days.
The remans will be conveyed by a spec
ial train to ilia Ridge, to-morrow, at
10 o'clock p. in, Thu friend 6f the fam
ily arc invited to attend.
iiic wirciiii tonri.
rfiD court has been occupied, during
cau"-e between Thus. 11.13111s & Uro., and
the First National Rank, jllenco thoab
ence of our usual report. The casesas
given to , the Jury about ,0'clock last
night. The entire day yesterday was
devoted to thoarguementsof the couti-
llna, WcwIiik "3licUln ibiI Xuilc.
A. Ssimner's celebrated piano forte,
indorsed by the highest authority, and
the same as used In tho Conservatory of
Music, are rented out by J. C Carspn,
and the rent applied to the payment of
the price of the pIaoouSe,wng maqhlucs
on same terms. Sewing machine find
ings, piano stools and coyqrs, sljeemuslc
of the latesf puLlIcallonselc, on moder
ate terms. A popular piece of music
given gratis to all purchasers of music.
Mr. Atkins, Mr. A. Sumner's regular
ly employed piano tuuer, will arrive In
tho city In a few days, and wllj .take
orders for piano tuning at 55 per' year, $2
llrst quarter and $1 each subsequent
quarter. Orders for piano tuning may
be left at my rooms, corner of Klght and
Washingtonf or at the Cooservatoryiof
Pianos sold by' nie( aro' kept iu tune
two years, free of charge.
TVI.f.fll.V' ' .
Til t'ro &, Vlnrnn llroail.
Th'0 protractod sllen'c'i ih Teferenco to
this enterprise must hot bo takoit as an
liidlcatlon of its abandonment. Gen,
Rurnside has been tireless in his effort
to place the company upon a good finan
cial footing, and we havo no doubt of
his ultimate complete success. What
has been accomplished In this direction
wo aro not very exactly informed; but
believe, that work, all along the Jlrie,
will be resumed early in tho Upring; and
prosecuted to completion.
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wuimrton ii.il, iu. ui...
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A Grand MiVquurado,BaU wHl,bijglvei J
as above, under tuo auspices l oiuio u.r?
Turners. Tho public generally Is Invited ,
themselves ,Uiat no ofjor will bo spared J
to render (he occasion ono most
pleasant and eutertg. tp. a , who
t-oiiu tiTK b Ult) Aurji'deimaTS
'X Ul si t
t n T. '.i....n
(( -(lahS llow JUkuUIm4., .
Is tho exclamation of every Jady iw ho in
discreetly ventures to apply tho or
dinary hnlrdyea,or "coI6rs,l'oP "restor
inary iiuiruyea ur" coior8-"or '-rebiur-
rs" to her whitening ringlets. Mud i
n'd'tar are 'Bcarcely m6r 'abhoVfbnt,
;otso"Pl,a.onM Vital.a or BalvaUoa .
ur tho IlalrJ'r. Nothing defiles Its freely
for tho Hali-xPJliK deMe Its freely
llowlng crystair There Is llo scdlmentij
no L'um. no foul gas. It is harmless, and
Back! (!6jrtPfflQiiMkU i'osx at
l NefT, no. 7 t)hlo Leveo. tf.
EXPLOSION OF THE MAUOIE
Ten I.lrei Lout.
uf it t , t c
To J,U Ojiekly:
Kcb. II )
ytenuei Maggie Hays exploded her
boilers last night, above Helena, In
stantly killing tho captain, second engi
neer and eight deck hands. Boat and
cargo a total loss. No passengers In
ATiKXAyPEK CIRCUIT COURT
Kit I DAY YT.W, 11 Tlf 23D DAY.
T. B. Ellis & Bro. va; National Rank,
Trover, Jury disagreed and waro dis
charged and have given plaintiffs leave
to flle additional counts to declaration.
r;Robert Market, vb; Charles Cooper re
plevin, continued for wantof declant nn
Charles Hhepardsoti vs; the South
Western Insurance Company. Assump
sit; case on trial.
Court thon adjourned until this after-
" ' ' ' AB'OlD THEFT.
The Tblerci Caaght.
The covetuousness of one Joe Marsh
and fero JT A.-Pyzer, alias" "JDuldhGus"
outweighing all their virtuous character
lstics, they ontcred tho express office,
yertcrday afternoon, in tho broad glaro
.Qf.day, and carried oiTa package of mer-
cbanJlso weighing about 60lbs. Assum
ing the character of pedlers they convey
ed the package to the Central Houso
whre they opened It and disclosed tho
following goods; SO linen table cloths;
34 table oil cloths; 8 doz. linen hand
kerchiefs, 0 doz. cotton do; H doz. us-
.penderi; !, bolt ( .skirting, and a Jit of
thread, the wholesale-' value of the lot
being estimated at W5.
Shortly afterwardsjin attache of tho
express ofilee saw the goods at thu Cen
tral Housu, and extending Inquiries,
satisfied himself that they were the sumo
that had. been ulntracted from the ex
presyortlce, a short tlmo beforo. The
facts were communicated to officer
Arnold, who proceeded to the Central
House, and effected tho arrest of Marsh,
whom he found sitting In tho bar room.
Assisted, then, by ofllcers Myers and
Cummings, he devoted the balauco of
tho afternoon to a March for Dutch Gus;
but.tliu icorcu was fruitier. Aftr night
fall,. while ollluer Aruold was standing
In front of Squire Bross' oMlco a stranger
passed who arrested his attontlon, and
expressing the belief that he was "tho
man he wanted." he noticed that the
stranger 'walked oil at an Increased
rate of npced. At this Indication of guilt
Arnold made pursuit, aud a lively chaso
ensuedj the pursued being, iuj reality,
"Dutch Gli3," for whom ho was seeking.
At the market houso Arnold lost sight of
Ills muiij and did notsco him again uutil
ho saw him In tho custody of officer
Myer, who succeeded after a severe
struggle, iu arresting him on the com
mon's near the barrel factory.
w Both parties are now iu Jail, having
'been committed In defaultof ball In the
sum sf SS00.
Tblrit Auulreraury Halt by llm 'ro
Tlid members o'f the Cairo Casino pro
pose an observance of their third anni
versary day by a masquerttdo ball Jn
Washington Hall, on Monday, February
2Sth, which they expect to render an
(Uulr. pleasant toull who may yhoose to
participate'. The management refer with
pride to tho masquerade balls heretofore
given by the Ciuslno, and promise that
.the ball hero announced shall uu of the
most, respeciauie anu interesting clia
ricter. Committee of Arrangements Louis
vrert,!!. Moyer, RobU Bribach.
St. Meholti Hottl, Pbrur' nth.
MH Levy, New York; R C McGee,
Ovonsboro; Mrs. Baker two chllren,
Thebes;' J McDonald, Memphis; FB'afco,
City; J Cuhhman, Philadelphia; C J
Worth, Chicago; W Alnsworth, River;
W Holrqan, Ballard Co; S Wfcker, Calo-
, donla; O Mertz, .Md City; J Newten,
Paducah; W Carr, Ownesboro; M Saver-
"116", New Orleans; M Eliot, Str Legal
Tenderj'S Puri, Aiina.
' 'Wwnimir vrctroyau Hy Klre.
TUe QWQtty reildBnce of Mr
II A I . m
.viioy, siiuwieuiiooui a uau nine ironi
va R(Jg0 ct(mn Wfl totally destroy.
etl hy nr0( 0- Tue,jjy lil ht ,Mt T
houge WM llnn0CUI),0l, all(, 1nMr, ,un.
'Wed.'heinn at least threo hnn.!r,l Wr.i
from any other building. We can only
ttributaiu deatruotlon. thernfor. tn i...
f comYlariiini It was Insured for S700 hi a '
resnonsiblo Insurance comnanv. hut thin
t'sum'will fall at least $500 short or Mr.
, AM, loss.
1 Tobarco Nalr Veitardajr,
i Tho sales at the Planters' Tobacco
Warehouse yesterday wore very satis
factory, all theoircriugs being-taken at
good prices :
,1'hhd .froa(ed, lugs old atS 0 50
.jj'-m. lugs, at...... 0 15 to 7 8
5 . low leaf at 8 60' to 8 7
' V;modluhifc at. ...... ....JpM to 11 0
0"" liiks, ttt. B 15' to 7 80
. "whjiest in usk" Endera' Stomach
Bitters. , 4
" The swift and popular passenger steam
er'MollIe Able Is posted for New Orle'apa
to-orr,ow, Friday, evening. Capt. C. T.
ninUe ls ihe agent for Cairo.
THE TAGGART AFFAIR.
"Tall Oak From Little AcorMi Hrow."
Wo havo already given tho "gentile"
version of tho "deadly assault" upon Dr.
Taggart by tho "blopdy myrmidons"
Brigham Young; aud copied th'o Com
pliments leatowcd upon the Doctor, as a
"chivalrous and honest man." Butnow
comes tho Mtrmon, version of tho affair,
which, If true,, compels ua' to Bubstituto
a "bull pup" for tho ','three armed assas
sins," and to execrate a dog instead of
Tho Desert 'News' of, thu 2nd Instant
Yesterday a rumor was golngthe rounds
in this city of another of thosrf' "terrible
outrages," which some, goad fblk'rf seem
so1 anxious to, havo"credltcd to(1the ac
count of the people of Utah. The victim
In tho case, as utual, was ono' of the
officers appointed by tho 17. Si .Govern
ment. The nowB ortho "terrible event,"
was sent to a very respoctable- burgh
not far from Brlgbard City, where, of
course, great excitement was created
among Ita law abiding and truly loyal
citizens at this fresh instance of "Mor
mon" turpitude, ferocity and disloyalty.
Wo aro also Informed on the most credi
ble authority, that a seiwatlon-loving
newspaper correspondent, with whoso
presence tho city at the present time la
unfortunately pesterod, tdographed tho
particulars oftho "horrible atralr" to tho
Eaper he so worthily represent although
e knew it was a hoax.
The circumstances of tho case, wo aro
assured, aro as follows: The Dr. Taggart,
on whom the "assasslaatlon'' was
attempted, was amusing himself latoon
Monday evening with teasing a bull dog.
nnd tho latter becoming furious seized
his tormentor by tho band and Inflicted
a rather ugly wound. Tho Injured party,
being, It would seem, somewhat of a
pracural Joker, dotcrralned to have some
lun out or his mishap, and going into a
placo where so'eraI of his friends were,
he very seriously Informed therh that
his life had been attempted by throe men
out uing armed lie uau succeeded in
driving them oh", not, however, without
receiving a wound in the hand.
The story, of course, was believed anil
forawldloihe strongest Indignation was
expressed at the "outrage" Subsequent
ly the Joker explained tho matter, and
saddled the wrung on the bulldog. Such
au opportunity for a sensation from
Utah was too good to bo lost, aud, as we
havo already said the tidings were sent
over tho wires by part Ins who knew
they were lying when they sent them.
In full ylow of this statement, Dr.
TaKgart wrote to Col. Graham, tho post
master of Cairo, rodtterating, substanti
ally the story given by the Utah 'Report
er." Wo aro compelled to 'concludo,
therefore; that there U a lie out a regu
Isn't thereu baro jwaolbllty that the
Doctor Is seeking notoriety? We
shouldn't wonder. j
Nrir Tork, Jn. lltn, l70.
t - Unrman Ufo niir4n',',r kv
1 ani v-Ji. nrotviu.tr N.-r. J--
The' directors of the above comnAny
havoleclared this day a cash dividend of
5200,000 00, which amount will bo dis
tributed to all policy holders whoso
.pollclea .were .issued. ,on pr.pxeyjoua.jo
Dec. 31st, 1S05, In accordance with their
contribution plan. Particulars will bo
mado known to those who aro members
of the company. U. Doiikmch. '
febll 3t Scc'y.
Use En dor's
Chill Cure. "It never
Why suffer from a bad cold whon you
"can get a"botl!e of" Nornfan'sChaly.
beate Cough Syrup fromI, fj.JIurnnu
dil w ' A ' '
Tho celebrated Aurora oil can bo had
at No. 02 Oh'lo Lovc'o. Jun21-lm
Oni; thousand yahds ok okkkn and
steel mixco Jeans, ut o0 and Toconts jier
yard, at P. NefPs, no. 70, Ohio Levee, tf
Everybody uses Wizard Oil, and
Barclay Bro's. sell it cheap for cash.
Patronize homo institutions. Buy from
the Barclays. fi.l
Norman's Chalybcat Cough Syrup.
Try It. For salo by J. S. Humui.
(lWl w r" '
Till: liATK PORK MHL'KXr.
(nt;nirjy tilghl I J.t thirteen lrr.'li of imxk wrr?
itolm from h frciKhl 'rftfthp Illlnoli (Vntra1 Rail,
rokil. utamlin.; on trio truck jnt aloo Kightli trcrl.
I uill (.) five huiidruil iJolltn fur die recovery of
tliii pork inJ tli arret of tho thlcto.or two liun
dre.l oml flfly ilutUra for fillit-r tlio pork ortlie
tlnif , rtflnerr.1 tutu my riutody.
feUl'13t JAd. OII.NSON, Agent.
I'or City Trcanrpr. t
V are antlionied to annuunc Mr, JOHN Uy.
LAND.ai a cnoitlilate tut rr.ulrcliun to thpoltior of
CUy Treattuer. ir
We art) imttioriMtl to announce dial . I. B. TAYitll
will lioapfiinJliato fafCity Trrmirpr, at th en4n(
ror City Clerk.
Wriniitliorlti to announce, that WII.MAM II.
MOIlIUSUttcaniilJile for the offlcn of Cllr Ccrknt'
the tnulng charter alcction. t,..
WiviuouthorlieJ to atinniiiiee llutDJl-V llltOW.V
la n tfandl'ilato for the efllccof Oil Clerlf, afiho ensu.
Ii2 charter flection. JanlStd'
We araanllioriwl to announce that J. t. CltOW
I.BT will l aeanlidnte for thaofflco of City Clerk at
the fn'tiin j charter clfictlon. ian'Jtil"
For Oily Haraltitl.,
WV r eithorited to announce' Iriil'iilCilAKt.
1IAMHUICK, will bo a candidute for r.lcctlon to tha
nfficoof Cltjr Marahat at thu en.uin municipal eleo
t(on. liiiWltj '
Vfa aro ituthorUcJ to announce that JOoUl'Jl All
NOI.ll will bo a canJIJto for the offlea of Cit Mur- i
ahal at the enaulrig charter election. te
We aro authoritetl to anpounro ha,t IJAMKL Io
CAHTJIV, prlncntchlefiif p6!fce, 'wliru acanlldate
forlheolllaoof City Maralul at the. enauingiohatter
for City Attoruey. "
Wo are authgrlicJ to annoijnce that FONTAINE E!
AMHtiaHrwril bo'satdlilalefor tho office of City '
Atttrnay at lheeut(injhrtre;l(in t H4'
ft f AMU.VAXS. I , t If
Steamer Dan. Able, Columbtls,
Wm. White, Paducah,
Sam Orr, ICvansville, t
Legal Tender, -KvansvlUo,
Commonwealth, St Louis,
Julia, Ht Louis, ., ;
Louisville, Now Orleans, , M
Nile, New Orleans.
IJKt'AIlTUIlB.1. ' ;
Steamer Dan. Able, Columbus.
" Wm. Wblte. Paducah'.
Sam Orr, Evansvllle, '
Legal Tender, New OrltaM,
Louisville, Louisville, r
ShreYe,St.XbuU; J tlX
Sam Brown, St Louis: i
Marble City, Vlqkibnrg. ;,
Tho weather, ia very warm lordaytibit
hazy with indicatlonsof a coming torBi.
The Mercury Indicated 57 degrees ,in Jttie
morning aud rose some towards nobrt.
The river Is receding rapldly-abbtt't
30 Inches per day. '!' m
Tho Quickstep Is tho regular Evana
vlllo packet to-day. " ' ' v
Tho Wm. "White Is. the Paducah Pacltet
this evening; r' . "
The Waito has a good toad of' lunibir
for St. Louis'. V," '
Tho Julia Lb adding hereaad wilLlve
to-day. i . jn
Tho Commonwealth is loading for New
Orleans and will leavo to-night. - )
The Adam Jacobs for Vicksburg , Bell
Memphis for Momphla, Pruinab for. Ft.
Smith, Molllo Ablo for Orlearj, EmlU
La Barge, do, are duo to-day..
U hereby jjlren that ilcfauH hatlnj occurrt J la
l(ic rfiiriiiaiicrof thn eonrlitlona iprta4 na
certain Mortsasn 'or Deed ofTruat xerutAhw
John n Krtnnto Eamnal KUJtU Taylor ad MwfaV'J
rtated ths Twenty.thlrd day of January, i; 6'
WjZ, roorde4 in thn Ilenorder'a offlo. In aad w
for Aletamler countv: In tho State eMMlnnla i
Jioolc I' of iHtdi, pi ft uo, aald rnorigaira or cU4 V
of truit conteylnR lot.numUrca 111) Twelra ia.
iik'k niuinn-r-.i-.rj i.maiyiwoi in innrirtt SdJI.
tlon W (he City of Cairo, in Mid county and tat.i
ne, mo unnoriRncii, aaia iruiteat, will oa
W.lnesJar, theHecond rfnyof Mnrch, A. D. 1179,
otlO o'clucV lu thn forenoon of that day, unJer
mid hr Virtue of the pAwer ofaals contained la
iaul Jlnrtcnue, Bell, at J'nUla Auction, to Uia htah- ,
eiruiiiatr, rorcaili, at tht time butldlag of aaM '
TrUMej, enrnvr WMhlngUjn aauo .and ltth. )
atrect, Inaaulcity of Cairo. In Alexander conaty
and Stat of tlllnola, IJ tot humbered Twtlra' 1
iuj in liouk numrTea n (ninetr-two) latt ,
AritAiidltlon to the city of Cairo, accordlnc loth
plutthreof, with llioappitrlflDara to aauify tba u
purpoe.ftni) coodltlou of aaid mortgage,
Dtl,5alro, llllnola.Vebniaryoth. laV't '
S. bTAATd TAVLOIt,. , if
EDWIN I'AIUONH. ' ''
Trualcca of .the Cairo City Troparty.
It htrtty iclTenUwt dtfaall harlng ocnrred la
the performance of tba condltloza eiorenad in
certain Mortgage or Peed of Truat executed by
Mm... jji.ivu ,u Dunurt ntw. iaTieraanawin
thflTnird day of December A U. lxrf.raaiai
thn Itecorder'a office, In and fnr Alexaaderi
ty, In the State of lllmoN, In Boolr t;Cti
tagoo, e.irlraortCMo or deed ol trttat Mmtti'
iuj iov uumrwren i emj--UTe (xi; in WyMll
tared Twentr-neten. Or7i in the ir.t
thoity tif uuro, In.aaK county, arut , Huta. .,Wt ,
the, underlined, lali'Trukfee.wW on Wednta'
day, th feconrt day of Mttreh, A. DMtT. atio""
o'vlovi: In the forenoon of that day, uader aad by
(rtue of Ibr Mwar oCaal cataina4.ltt aaldj
fn"r'rfage, tell, at aubllcauellon.'to tho hfehelt
bidder lor cash, at the offlca bulMlng'of aald
1 rti.teei, corner Waahinglon aveatia aot itrb1
atrtol. in laid city of Cairo, In Alcxauder county ,
and atata of lllinoln, said lot numbered (U)
Twenly-flte, In block numben-d Twenty. aeren'
itt) in the nrjt addition to thn city of Cairo, af.
t or.liBg wilie. rccer.ledpllUitrtofliiilMlwap.
ptirwnancea. fo aatfafy tho pnrpoaet andcfltttfl.
hth of n mortgag. he
Itttetl, plrt. Illinois, February th, lrTf.
, . -HTAxtn TAVfOltJJt A
KnWJN i'AIUKlMH.' t.n
iruntcjQi incro uij J'ropcr ,.
I hereby fftfen that lhat ilafaull havlnr oa.iip.
rd In tho pxrforiuaiico of tii otnditioai ex.
pmtted In n rertain Mortgage, or Peed of Trual
rieCTiiw nyunanea I jnca.rer to famiial Waata
witter, hi .uu iwi .iiriumrr cuiiniy, in int. oiaia
of Illlnou; in Hook K of Deedi, pago Am o.,W
aald inartKSgo or drud of truav coQfftlrut lot .
nunUred ()(iix)ln Illock number"! (tT) Kurty '
(even in tbe Klnt Addition tp thocllr of Calror '
In ald county tnd Slate. We, thunderaigBd:.i
'aald Tritatret. will on Wednesday, the gcxeui.
.Uy of March, A. D le;u, at lu o'clock. In tho
fort-noon of tluUiUyfumiecaiiJ.bjLvirlue of the
power of ile conuiinrd InnlJ inorlgage ,ielat
public inctlon.to thn lilf tieit bidder for caih.at tho" '
offloe building of laid l'niiltii, corner of WaaU-u
Ington avenuv and Ittlt alrli Id (aid city, ol. .
Cairo, in Alexander county ami Bute ofllllnoia, ,
aald lol numbered () tlx In block numbered (tT)'"
forty-aeten in tbn tlrxt addition t the city of i
Cairo, according to tho recorded plat. J hereof,
with the appurteoancea, to aatlafy ihf , nurpoui u
ninl condition of f aid niortsage. '
I)uti"l, Cairo, lllinola, February 9th, 'l"W. .
M. hT.UTM TAVI.OH,
Tcuym uf the Cairo Qty 1'roperty..
jr OTICE "
M hereby irirn'tlml defaull'tiaving occurred
in the performance of the ooadiliona. eiprvaied'
In a certain Mortgag-, or Deed of Tru.l.exceutad
byjoaeph D. Cleaier to rialnuerstaata Taylor and
Kdwln I'araoni, Triuttea of Hie Cairo City iro.'
perty, dated the Kletentlr day o Hay A, u. US,
and recorded In tho Ko.'oriler'aomce,- in and for I
Alexander cvunty, in tho atata of illluoit. In
lljokl'of DchI, pageVI, aald mortgage or deed
of trtut conreying lot numbered (M Twenty.
81, (Twenty-c,n W. (Twenty-two) n, (Twenty,
three) xl, irwi-nty-fourica, (Hixty.niuei:o,8,..
fiity) 71. (Hejentyonel In lllrxlc. numbered U
(Kilteen) in tho tth Addition to the eltr of Calrol
In aalil eounty and Sute, We, the undrralgneaj
aid Truiter., will on Wednesday the Hecond day
of Mauh. A. D. .laio, at lu o'clock In tho fore
noon of that day, under and by Tirtue of tbo
power of aale contained In aald mortgage, e at '
public auction U .lie hlgheat bidder (or caah. at
tho office building of aaid Trui teei, corner Waih. .
Ingtou nTcnue and 18th atrect, In nJIddiiy of
Calroi in Alexander county and Hint oMIIInol..
aaid lot numbered (Ju) twenty, (2li tweolyH)n,-
,iW).Twety.two, (23) tenly.)ir.e. (Jl) tw,!
four, (t9l aixty.nuie, (7t)j aerenty ami (II) reu.
ty one, In .lib' nuured lA.ljfan in ike
fourth addition to the city of Cafro, according to
tho recorded plat thereof, with tho aiipurtonancei ,
to eaiitljr uiu pwrfwau. ami uouuiiioa of aald t
Cairo, IlllnoU, February th, 1970. -
n. PI AAID TAILOM,
KDyi.V J'AltKi.Vi, , - ,
ltutteM uf ljjCj.Uu.Ciry.lToptit.'
1 hereby Klreu that default hut In. ......
In tho performance of the conditions eipreaxd la' '
a certain Mortgage, or Deed of Truiteiecuted by
Kdward II. Weakly to Samuel Utaau Taylor and
hdwln I'araonj.Truiteea of I he Cairo City Pro...
perty.dated theTwciity-flfthday of January A. I)
1K6, and recorded in the Itecorder'a otfloe.'in and
for AlexanderCounty, in tho (state of lllinoia In
Iloolf I". of Deed page 151, aald Mortgage or'd'eed '
of irut conyeylng lot numbered (xSf twenty flroM
In hlook number rfl (eighty one) In the flrat addlj; '
Ion M the city of CafronSaid county and atate '
Weitheimderalgitodi aaid Irmlee. will on Wed.1
neadavtheaecondday o( March A, I), 1K70, at 10
o'clock In tho forenoon of that day, under and lir"
virttte oflhepowerofaale contained In laid Mart.-
tri'e. tell, atl'ubllo Auction, to thn l.i.h... Vi i
der, fircih, nt tho office gliding of aald Trua.
oi t-mro, accorarnrio-tno recorded ulat th..n
with tho appurtenancee. toiaattafj tno.unrnafaa
nd condition ofaald Mortgage:1'' "i"'rXtSyJ9?
IhM, Cuirv. III., February nth, ISTO.dU
.'j. KiWUi fAIWONS, 7' 1
f t iJrnterchiCalrotntyProBrty
tayiorana kuwid i aron, Truiteeor tba Calro.vr
City I'ropertjr, daUsl the Tlilllltth day o Not.j.
ember. A. I, iwa. recorded In the lfrcordr'i
a tM aa I M art. I AlAHta t . . a f . I t . , . . a
.I .iMiiiu.1i,i,.1itunT,aI lainitreet
lu li'Clirof Cairo, (n Alexander county Vl '
State of fllrnol. eald. lot num&rad7-' "
Ttfly-flT m- block nuraborodk W7(eleni
one) in the flrtt ailditlvn to the ..M ti.'it