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NEWS OF WE CITY.
SATURDAY, KKUUUAUY 12, 167oT
Beo White's putunt churn, for nlo at
the post-ofllco nows stand. Fobl2-il2t
A eplcmled lot of calf hoots and hnl.
tcrs will arlvo at P. NefPs uext week,
and will be Hold low forcuHh. (f
An association ,of colored ,men are
raising by.aubacrlptlon funds to build a
Uaipboat. to rtlu between Mcmpbte andj
NsVOrlearis. 'J I fr I". iifiU
The Continental Is the only cook stove
with sliding oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher & Henry, at 101!
Commercial avenue, cor. 12tli Btreet. .
The eflbrt to secure John J). Cough
here for ono tiljfhf," ha resulted unsuc
cessfully. Ho was offered his price,
but replied that his ungasjeuienU cover
ed every night of the lecture season.
103 dozen lato stylo Hats, dud others,
at cost, for this month only, at Peter
NefFs, No. 70, Ohio Jevee
Call and examine the stock and prices
before you make your purchases, and
don't forget your pockctbookn. tf
There In a largo and strictly select ball
on the tapis has, lufact, been determ
ined upon and partly arranged for. Tho
tickets, now on press, will be a fluo speci
Tho St. Nicholas lillllanl Hall Is one
of tho largest and best furnlidied in the
country. It Is the resort ol both citizens
an"d 'strangers who Indulge billiard play
ing. , . r. , . , , JU0tf.
Nolle to lliTx.irrorAlcKinlfr t'o.
I will be lu my utiles at the courthouse
every day during thh mouth for the pur
pose of recelvlngfitato and County taxes
lW lfoV. Veb. 1hC Wr ' "
febltd. L. II. M YE ItS Collector.
' Tltempletest stoch nf gentlemen's
furnishing goods In the city , Is' to- be
(found at Miller and Miller's. It would
"bo a remarkable want, Indeed, in tills
lino that they caunot satisfactorily supply
t the vory lowest figures ruling in the
i ' Milk nt.
Tut stock of silk hats ut Miller &. Mill
ar's comprises the very latest styles and
the finest make of tho season. The
variety Is very great, the stock large,
and prices have been regulated to hur
ionize with the times. Cull in nnd ex
1200 vium of assorted pant, with
vests to match, at co?t, at No. 70 Ohio
At 122 commercial Avenue, between
Seventh and Eighth street, is a first class
house of entertainment, kept upon the
restaurant or European style, furnishing
oysters, gamo.or meals on short notice In
the best style. Also ciegaut rooms and
beds for transient guests. Patronage
J12tf Hknuy Haiuus, proprietor.
.alt Karly la ibr atei-alng.
Before general breakfast time, this
morning, tho passers-by of a central
tLavtt saloon might have heard an angry
altercation between a native Cafroitcitnd
the doler-outof the" splrltous alimenta
tion. Those who passed by a moment
later might have Keen the aforesaid al
tercatlonlsta savagely giving and gen
erously receiving blows that would'havc"
staggered an ox. And had tho raid
passers-by halted a moment they might
have seen the young man "to the man
ner born," finally "cav," aud come
tumbling Into tho street an angry, but a
uodued and powerless man.
Messrs. Miller and Miller havujutit re
ceived an unusually large, well assorted
and strictly fashionable supply of piece
goods, to which they ask tpeo!al atten
tion. The lot embraces tho finest cloths
1 and caslmers ever brought to Cairo, aud
such a variety ofstyles that all tastes muy
be accommodated. Suits or garments
frpro these goods are made to order In tho
best manuor and latest style, and ut
llgures that will defy competition. For
proof of this they only ask to-be put upon
trial. At all events call lirotind and eet
tho now goods. Jau25tf.
A Word to III Wlit I Nullielciit."
A prudont housekeeper purchases the
bat and cheapest article for the kitchen
that can be obtained.. 'jpooley'H Making
Powder" is tho purest, best, and cheap
est Making Powder known, One pound
, nelll go farther In tho, .culinary depart
ment than any other in market, and Is
.guajuntced toproduco moro satisfactory
xiK 'results; as" tho Tngrodlcntn -are' 'harmless,
healthy aud nutritious. U is for sale by
'all good Groceries. m w & s
Vhe HI. NIcholiM Hotel ml Itetftiiraut,
This popular and eligibly located house
of public entertainment is now fitted
:&nd furnished throughout lu, good style;
' and, Under the management of Messrs
Walker & Slssoh, is doing a largo nnd
thriving business. It is kept upon tho
European plan the, guest calling for
-what lie wants whon he wants It, wheth
er ju the day or night time, and paying
only for what ho orders. The rooms are
largo aud clean, furnished with the best
-of beds and beddiupr, whllo till other fea
tures of the establishment are arranged
with aq especial ,oyo to the comfort and
wb venlenco'of the guests' 'j6tf
FIUDAVVKB. 1 lTIli870, '230 DaV-I. ?t, 1 '
Ex parte Ellon Sullivan' guardian etc.,
continued for report of sale.
Robort Market ysf Oharfet Cooper ro
plevliv oonllouwllfon wan tqf declaration
in llmo. it i ,,u , ii i .
Pa trick Mopkler1 Va ? UiV 'city of -,Cai rrf f
assumpsit, continuod by agreement' of
pariles. . '
Frank 8hufler;.etals vs; R. G. Northern
appeal judgement by agreement for f 5 03..
Charles fihepardvoq vs;" t he "South'
Western Insurance Co. assumpsit, judge
raont for plaintiff for $1471, 17.
Cnristlan ScbuHjs ys'; Charles Sohone-'
meyer ossumpilt, jury returned verdict"
Court adjourned ii
nlngat 9 o'clock. M-
ntll to-morrow mor-1
SATURDAY KKH. 12TU 1B70, 2tll DAY.
Cobb, Illalndcl & Co. vs; tho I. C. R. R.
Co. asiumpslt, Demurer to declaration
sustuluedas to special counts and over
ruled as to common counts, and leave
glvcnto amend declaration by Monday
John Reopplo vsj Susan Brown appeal,
case on trial. . .
Court then adjburncd until" Monday
morning at 8 o'clock. 4,
T to ' ,
Kncountge name Indaalry.
The citizen who scuds abroad for sap
plies Iwhlch ho can obtain on etiually .ad
vantageous terms at hpnie, Ulajrlng1 tho
axe at the very roots of -our prosperity.
He Is robbing our manufacturers of their
legitimate trade, our laborers of employ
ment, and our merchants of sales, and
through tifemaralyzmV'the energirt
of the entire city. ' " 1
Only yailerday wo Were accosted by'k
gentleman, whoInfdrmcd,us tliat he was
engaged In the production of an article
much used in our city, and that, al
though ho liad'ofTered it to consumers at
the very' same figures they pay for it
elsewhere, 'giving thorn tho marked ad
vantage of freights, they refused to, buy
from him. His goods lie on his hands,
while the products of Joneaboro, Anna,
relrojKjlIs and other" points, In no "man
ner superior, flndaalB.among citizens of
Why thU Is so, we aro unable, to. ex
plain. If we build up a city here, thero
must be a union of elIort( a husbandjng
of our meaus. Wo riltisf "draw suste
nance (rom abroad' Instead of sending
if abroad.' 'Erer dofts' ihnVcan? sfioutd
bo kept among" us. When we refuse to
help one auolher,.ft.ia.Unreasonabc-.o
couutupon help from abroad. If wo would
build up home manufactories we must
patronize themp fof'VnsurTpoftd? jMcli
establli4hmenUarc a curse, rathor than
a blessing. " "
H'ndilnclon Hall, r?h. AUt.
A Grand Masquorade Rail will be given
as above, under the auspices of tho Cairo
Turners. The pubjlp generally Is Invited
thcmielve that no ellort will be spared
pleasant and entertaining to all
.COMMITTER OV AKKANOEMIUVfr, J
JL JJltlUAClI. .
I'ulit llowr IllsKuallni;:
Is tho exclamation of every lady who In
discreetly ventures to apply the or
dlnnry'halr dyci of "colors'1 or 'restor
ers" to her, xyhRcnjuf? ringlets. Mud
nnd tar "aro sca'reely more abhorrent.
Not so "Phalon'syitAjhi of, Salvation
for the Hair."- Nothing defiles its freely
llowlng crysta. There is uoedlment,
no gum," no fouVgas. 'it Is harmless, and
Its operation perfect. What a discov
ery I ' d & W 1 w
Uso Ehdbf'BCliIII 'Curo. "It never
ii i i
Tho celebrated Aurora oil can bo had
at No. 02 Ohio Levee. jan21-lm
SACK COATOATiLEiSJClIA.-Cp3T, AT
i; iseirs, no. tu, oiuo LKsvee. ir,
"the best ih use" Gliders' Stomach
The Aurora oil will not stain or greaes.
.... Jauai-Jm,, . .q , M
Norman's Chalybeat; Cough Syrup.
Try it. For sale by J. S. Hunim.
d & wJ w
Pitcher 5c. Henry's largo, stock of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, cto
will be sold wlthoutregard to cost. - tf
n .....:':; -'Tj
One thousand yaiids of ohee.n and
steel ralxco Jeaus, nt6Qa.nd 75 cents per
yard, at P. Neffs, no. 70, Ohio Levee. ,tf.
Youths' hoys' amuiiii,i)1s's cloth
ing at less than New York, prices, will
be told this month, at NefTs reuardlesa of'
'cost. ' t,0ntf
Everybody uses WJzju.QU,m and
llarolay Bro't. sell It chaapronucash.
Patronlzo home Institutions'. Buy from
the Barclays1. wr i.ij
1 1 Thousands of raqthers, aro ooustantly
Kpeaklngln cxaiiled terniH'of commend
ation of tho magical ofleot of Mrs. Whit
combfl SpFubroiCsiIotatUB infants and
teething. d & w 1 w
rCWJINCjlIT TUJfrNTIHIeToaK OK
ready maue'dfothfng, 'furnfshlngoods,
es at P. Neirs, no. 70, Ohio Levee, at
actual A08t,o.r csh only.
For tho first lime In the history of Cairo
tho office of Mayer "goes begging." Tho
time wus when prominent citizens ex
pended thousands of dollars in an ellort
to secure It; but now tney all turn away
from It, as If It were a thing to be despis
ed and avoided. Citizens in whom their
fellow see a pecjllnr fitness, have been
petitioned to accept the ofilico, but with
out avail. 'Wo are now within ten days
of the day of election and yet the man
who Is to be tho chlof executive ofllccr of
the citydurlngtho coming year, has not
been designated. It-looks, in truth, that
there will be default, as that office, and
tho present jncumbent will bo asked to
hold qver, under, that provisslon of the
charter' that requires hlra to serve until
his successor Is elected and qualified.
Jas. Rces, Jr.,clerk of the Wauanlta
which boat arrived hcrolat night, H
celvlng through the 'Bulletin,' nows
the Magglo iloys explosion, started Im
mediately for the' bceuo of the disaster
being solicitous for the safety of his sister
Mrs. Derr, who was a passenger.
Auulvortury II H
by the Cairo
The members of tho Cairo Casino pro
pose an observance of their third anni
versary day by a masquerade ball In
WashIngtonHall, on .Monday, February
2Sth, whldh they expect to fender an
atralf pleasant to all who may choose to
participate. The management refer' with
prldo to the masquerade balls heretofore
given by tho Casino, and promise that
jhp bajl here announced shall be of the
most respectable and Interesting cha
racter. Committee of Arrangements Louis
Herbert, H. Meyer, Robt. Bribach. - "
JanWri--eodld. v ' .Ti
i jtitr t.,4Sjchols lUu, Kbnjirr lli.
J Clark, Champaign; I Cooper, City;
E TU1 WaterjQO, Ala; A Bobbins, Miss;
A McDonald, Mich; C Cox, Cheyenne;
II Pelheimer, Now Orleans; J Henner
heds, Chicago; Q Dragoo, Tuscola; L
Roach, Chicago; John Hogland, New
Albany; WBuies, St Louis; W Wallers,
Louis; J HIetcair, St Louis; J. A
nail Tuctijr ctcbIujt.
A ball will bo given at tho houso of
Mrs. Smith dorner of Leveo and Thirty
fourth street ou.Tuesday ovonig the ISth
Inst., which all aro invited to attend.
Excellent music, good prompters, good
order aud good cheer will be the order of
tin occasion. 'Si
Nrw Totk, Jn. Illti, U'
.net Co, v
U'riotn ijiia iournct
Tho directors or tho above company
have declared thlsdayacash dividend of
$200,000 00, which amount will be dis
tributed to all policy holders whose
policies were Issued on or previous to
Dec. 31st, 1SCS, in accordance with their
contribution plan. Particulars will bo
made known to those- who are members
of the company. C. Doke.mus.
febll 3t Scc'y.
The conservatory of music, established
'by Prof.Dlalsdcll-? in this city, Is an in
stitution that merits genoral patronage'
and'encourageinent' Tho'torms are eo
low that thq children of parents in the
humblest circumstances, may acquire a
they class, musical education. Prof.'
Bliilffdcll Is'an 'accomplhhcd hnrt sua
ctwfull teacher, and has secured a corps
of ublo at-sbtants. Wo are glad to ob
serve that his patronage is steudiiy in
creasing. BesldVs a very complete slock of tin
ware, C. W, Heudersou, 100 commercial
.Avenue, prexen'ts to tho trade a splendid
variety of cooking stoves, among others
tho "Pomona," the "Veteran," the
' Oak." and tho "States" the latter a
coal sbvo. Those, and auy other
makodeilred, will be sold at a small ad
vance on manufacturers' priceB.
By a provoking typographical error, "
ln'vesterdav's rmner. we were made to
"s'aytllat'tho remains- of Mr. Lehnlng's
mrauicuim woniu oeconveyeu to villa
Rldgeior burial, at 10 o'clock p. m.,r in
stead of 1 o'clock p. m. Tho good s'enso
of the reader, probably enabled him,
howover, to correct tho error. "
"Dutch Gil?," oueof the chaps arrest-
cu lorsieaiiug i.ue pucKage ni raercnuu
dlso from tho express office, is a notor
ious Chicago thief and bully, that has
for years tntulo the rounds of the Western
cltjcs. Ho was captured by Hhorlff
Myers after a despcrato struggle, and
bears upon his head nnd face tho fruits
of his resistance. He IA still untamed
aud dotlant, and thinks it would afford
him a gooddeai of satjsfactiou to be lock;
ed up in a room with Myers just Ave.
We are not sure, but we aro rather dls
'pose'dfo bellevo that by tho time Gus
passes thq Ordbal ahead of him, 1(0 will bo
considerably humbled. At all oveiits
lie jv'y'l 'abaudon the ruglllstlo richl'evo
ninnts no has in vlow, particularly the
"scorei'.hVbas tosettlo with the sheriff.
4u (ho case between Ellis and Bro.,
and tho First National Bank, which was
agr.eomvrt df the Jury, yestorday morn
disposed of for the time being by tho dls
Ing, tho bes( .talent nf tho Cairo bar was
W-ji1, 'tTh2,?alullt oro roPro
sented by Llilegar and Green, and tho
idefendeut by Allen aud Mulkey. A
whole day and evening wero consum
ed in tlie argument of tho paso, and two,
days In the examination of witnesses.
The'lssuo begat a battle of mind against
mjnd, tho like af whjch wasqe verbefore
witrtPwd In the courts of Cairo, ' i
-k it ii i - l m
Steamer Dun Able, Oilnmtu.
" Ollre llrnch,N'Orln,
" Blmnrck,; do
Wun&mta, ' do
' Wnt. While, rttcJuoah, . J
.p.'j)AUC. Ht. Uiiu, A (
Wit-) M-m.hl. Hi; Wulf7f
J no. I.iims'len, .NwiliTillf,
H1T How, Hod rlit'er,
1 Cliiifll DBff.. AJUJini hltf r
CUra, "- do, ,
wiTf r now,
The weather contluueslear and mild,
notwithstanding some clouds and sym
toms of a storm 'last evening.
Tho river continues falling rapidly,
and is already considerably bolow the
halfway mark between high arid low
The Cumberland Is stationary With 6
feet on Harpcth Shoals.
Business here continues' lively,
Tho Marblo City, Belle Memphis and
Colorado received largely here.
Coatrary to thq general expectation,
the Mississippi contlnuoi ,to , 'fallat ;St.
Louis; tho last boats out report only fl vo
feot.elght Inches in the channel abovo
Cairo, Thero Is still an abundance, of
of water below this city for all cla'ses of
Tho Ohio Is falling at Pittsburg With
four feet water In the channel. It is
falling at Louisville with four feet; nine
inches In thecentcr-qyer tho falls.
ThSt. Luke for Memphis 'aud the
Moll I o Able and Gmllle La Bargo for
New Orleans are due this evening.
Tho White is the Paduoah packet 'and
the Fayotto tho Evansvllle'packot this
Capt. Cms. T. Jlinde Is agent for- the
Our Mr. John H, Oberly loft for Spring
field yestorday afternoon, his business
being In part to arrange for the 'receipt
of tho associated press telegraphic dis
patches for tho 'Bulletin ehave al
ready cfTected arrangements for the re
ceipt ofspecial dispatches from Momphis,
Louisville, Cincinnati and Chicago.
The Hon. John MVCrehs.has our thanks
for tho regular receipt of the Congression
al Globe and repeated favors in' tho way
of public and political documents. . i
Why suffer from a bad cold.whcnryou
can get a bottle of Norman's Chaly
beate Cough Syrup from J. S. Humm.
The avanlt courier of tho new radical
paper was In the city to day, in the
person of Mr. Davis, of Carbondale.
TIIK liATE 1'OKU LARCEST.
ftn.Bturdiy tutf.t lant tlilrloii birrrli of pork wrrt
stolrn from ifr"iKht earaf tlm llimol CbulriUail
roa.l, nundinj; on lit Ir.v-k ;ut shore Eighth trct.
I vfll pnjr bto linn (rod dn(ia fur die roory of
the iwrtc nri'l tlm nrnitl f llio thlevw, or two hun
drt'd an I fifty dollar l.-r nlhcr tho pork or tlir
lhi-Ti. drltrrrrit into mr ctiitoUy.
f.-tiid3t j.vi. Johnson, akcdi.
For City Trtaaurrr; ' ,
Yt'c ara authonttd to annuunce Mr. JOHN HT
I.ANP, a a candidate for rt-tlfotion to thevtllee of
City Trcaiuier. t
We aro outhnrlzf J to onnouncMhat J. II. TAYLOR
will l a candiit f.i'r.cflr TrMtirr, aUbenjiilng
thrtVc-ftion- '' 'JjanliW
I'or C Ity Clerk.
nrf authoriirl in anooanea Uut WIU.IAM II.
MOIllllSJiacandidtt for the oillc of City C.crkal
thf enmifnj; chartfr'aWtlon." ' 1 t
We are authorlil to anaoUnte llul JOHN BROWN
Ii a can JKUto for tha office of City Clark, at the emu
inn charter election. Janldtd
We areaitthorjied to announce that J. O CROW.
I.KT wilt bo a candidate for thanfiico ofC'ltyflefk at
tho milling charter eroliuii. Jn20td
rbr City Sfaraliitl.
are authortted to announce that MICHAfcC
liAMOltlClC, Viltn'c0lidatror,ro.atMtipqto lh
ottico of City Marnhal at the emuin; municipal flec
We are authorlted to anoounc that jO&ErU AR
NOLD Hill Ini a candidate for the offlo of City Mar
atul at tho cniiiiR charter flrcl ion. te
We aro aiitfidritecf In annonnco'that jiANlEL Mo
CARTI1V, prcfnt ehlf fof jKllce, will be acandidato
for the otUce of City Marili.il nt the entiling charter
k'ur City Allorncy.
We are autlioriied to announce that KONTA1NK K:
ALUIIinilT will bo a candidate for tke ofticeof Clly
lAtterney at the eosulnf charter Uetlm. ui
fit.Muof Iillnola.Alexandercouniy, . Ill the Circuit
Court of Alexander coiinlyi April TereJ.JulO.
In Attachment Hemand SC31 31,
l'eter V. Field, Amil llenedlci, Kredoripk L. Snydar
aud Richard I. FlilJ, firm nf Field, llencclKt A Co.
v John K llyurdainl Wllltin II. Stow art, arm of
ityard A btewart.
Notice l hereby glTcn to you.tlie ,atii John M. Ryard
and M'illuim H. fitewurt, nrm of Iljnnl A Ptewart, that
a vtrli oi uiuciiiutmi nat neen auea uuioi me umue
thoCli rkof tho Alexander county Uircnlt' Ci
mill at the anfd Field. IlenedfctA Va..
agaiiiAt the etatu of you, tr.u laid llyard A Stewart
luraix miu'ur! iukij vnv mwuuiwiii i
aides inl.-ret,ilirecledUihi ShariffoC'aild county io
execute, which aald writ lint been returned by mjlij
Kheritt executed by levying u one boxof merchaa-
.Vow unlea4 you, tno lUia uyuru Jt mewart aiiMll
kpeciut bull and plead to said action, judgment will t,
entereii agniiim yuu m lavuroi nm piainun ana iim
proicrty to attach! a.oltl o Ufy the name with,
JOHN Q. 1UP.MAN, Oeflc,
.January JUI.,mo,. . '
T12 tiliaroa tf Stoea in the UtlraCti.
Jmpny'l C. WJNSTO;;,,,
'JT' Koperty C6r
Sltatnor Ian AMp, OilumtimV
W. H. J)ne'ahrnTppoir, ,
" q;i!cUsU!p;ErrnTjllr, -i
" WnanlU, Clneinnatfi . i
a.uiluouuly on tho Qfat day of tlie next tin thertrof,
to tw dioldiin in the city of Cllro. In said coturty, ou
ihn PirMt Uondav in lliej month of Anrifliext. rive
. '. t,w- , " 'uwim
Boole - ll2xdz', XljkimM
Blaak. Beok. lUaafisetart ao
n vj r m -fii utiT ho
73 Oiuo TjxrmlOAIRO. ILLINOIS
nui l'M llf
J i ,: ,
1 t .( VIClllutMi
fihife nl'llirnoK 'Alexander boanty, sa. .lid the Oit-T
cult Courtsf Alexandercounty.Aprlltorjn, TTOy
. ' ' In Chancery; Bill for DiTOrceH-Jt-Mti-R jl
MogrtdRooh s I'otor Oi Roch. 4 .,( 'j"
AffldaTlt 6r tlie non-reitdenco of refer!.' Bocha
tho tboThnimwl defendent hatins Uen filed la thi;
Cltrk aotbco-of tho circuit court or laid CoUntr. fio--
i co is nercoy given to tho rahl retcr O. Roche that
Ik. n.MKl.U.ril 11 I . . Llll . I . I ...
.. ..vhi...mi...ii iiiru jit Dm oi j complain.. in 9m
Mtuton the Cliancerr tilde thereof on ih23tti ilar a
JanU.UV. llCO. fUlii th.rMlnnn Al,mmrtH Ua.lKfl rthf
of ain coart rrtnrnable iw the law dlreotdi Nowuai
ley)6u,theald I'eler fl. Roche.' aball ptraonallrb
and appear before thoclmuit court of laldcountt on.
thofirttday of tho nextlenn thereof to be holdctf at'
court houo In the cltrof Cairo, 1n Ultt county o
the Kirt Monday ef April nest, and plead, anawer' or
demur to laid oomplairtAnta bill of complaint; the.
fame and thomattoM and Uilnrt D16I bin charged nd'
stated will bo taken confFed and cre antatM
ed ogalmt you according to the prayerof laid bill,., '
, .,, , . -OHN 6. fiAiUlAN,1Clirk. ,
Cairo, liiinoin.JauUaM-Mlh, 1S70. '"
Munntropel'ialntlff 'iAttorneyi.fl . :if(fl
W ! J-ggBggggHgjHBB
To all whom ft mj eonceVo.1 lJ
Causht tn tho. MunUiIppI rtrtr oppeclt BteosJ
Mo., Two Haled Cotton. Unlen aamo Ii called, for.
property proven inddemandj paid wlthlmhlrtyday
the ame will be sold for account oreJianpttVItFoIr putl
tlcnlars A-idrtai mnkM.nundUy, I. C. KiBWImi
boat, CaJfOf 111. ' FtbBid;r
' - - 1 uM
la hereby jtlroa tbat defaolt, havi ortumtt lamd
Uio perforiiuuioeof tho.condltloaa uarMd laa.,;
cerUIn lortKage or Deed Of Truit 4iecnta4br r
John fl Kripntomael'UtaAU Taylor ui BMln' lt
Paridiu, Ttuateea of the Cairo i Oity Jopenr. It
dated lb Twenty-third day of January,. A.. b.. ,
iBoo, recorded in ttie itecoruer' once, in aad'"
.for Alexander county, Iti the State 'of nilnola, mil's
duo rui iotui, pan jsv, am Dignzafe or 0e4.r
nf truit convoy lor lot. numbarei(l7), Twelve, (n 'r
Dlock numtiered 5 (Ninety -twoi in thMt Adldli' ' I
tlon to the City of Cairo, tn aald County add But, a
Wo, tbe undnrnrned, aald Truatae, will oa,.,),
WwJneadav. thobooond davof.Marrh. k. n la-o .
al io o'clock In the forenoon of thatd.tjadrlj 1
and by virtue of the power of aale contained
ejit bidder. lor riuh. at tlm otHa liiiiMIn nf mmlr
aiu piorince, aeu, at i-uoiw Auction, toio
Trualert, corner WMhlniton avenue vnd 'lHte n
trect, in ld city ot IYIvt. la flliiranfrrTroiiMjhq
and Btate of IlltnoU, aald lot nam tiered Twelvay.ii
(U) In block numbered W (ninety-two) In las'
firit adJitlun to the city of Cairo, accordini lo the,
plat thereof, with the epporuaa iocs to iitiary Uta1
purpoaeaand condition o( aald. rnortcaae
TJited, Cairo, Illlnolr, Kebruary th, llDO. '
fi. ftTAATH TAVLOlt,
Trqittff f h CaJro City Pfopgrty.
I hfrebv riven that UfuVhaTinii'pnrrut In
the performance of the condition expreaiad in
certain Mt.rtKine or Deed, of Truit executed bn
Patrick Luton to Samuel r)tt Tayler and Ed wlni
I'araonv, Truatcea of the Cairo City Property, date
the Third day of December A D. laM, reoafssd la
ty, lathe 8Uie of Illinola, in Hook, ki BMA
wicivvMiruei a oi.icr, in inu mr AieanrOtta-i
patfe2, aald moniru or deed or tnttt'i
Itu lot numbered Twentv-fl re 1231 - '
bertd Twenty-Miaa, (tl) in llw irt,l imjm!'J
the Underalirned', aH Truttee. will oowaaWa?
thecity'of Cairo, In (aid connty and
dai Uie Hecoxid day of JUfch, A. ,U mt, at 10 ,
o cloc&lnlhoforenoonof.that.aay, dnderandby '
vlrtuo of tho power of lale contained hr ld;'"
mortKaxe, aril, at .ubllo auction, to. the hliheat
bidder tor ca-h, at- the offlee bulldiai
Trutes, corner Wuhingtoa avenu abd llxli
alreet. Intaldclty of Cairo, In Alexander count
and atate of lllinnlt, aald lot numbered (if)
Twenty-rlve, In block numbered Twenty. aavaa -(J7)lu
tbu nralaldltion to the. city of Cairo, ac
uvrdiuK totha recorded plat thereof, with the apJ -purtenancea.
to aatlafy the purpoae asdccadi-ic
whim muniiriiiiij ,.' ii i ...it
fated, Cairo, Illiuoia. February 9th. 1m: " "
. ..... BUWINPAK90S8, -
Trai(eV of thoCaIr"trPropMyP 4.
ltd nit. A14u
I. hereby Riven thtt that dcfatilt havlnel53cur- ,
red in tlw perfornunco of tlio conJitiom er J
preaaed In n reytam Mortpise, or Iteed-of Truir
t-xoruipii ny unanM'l.anoaatertlo Mauuel btaau
'I ) lor and r.ilwln i'aroua, Jruatoee ol .bo tUiro
uiy rfopriy, uifu tn iuirtleiii iiayorrior.
viuwr, A. I), 1MJ, recorded in tho Rrcorder'
oWee, In and for Alexander county, tn lht tiUUl
of IIIIdoIr; in Hook K of Oeode, pa( M Ac., ,
aaid iortgio or ileeJ ,of uuat conveyinr lot
numbered d iuj In Rlock nnmbered it 7) Forty
even In tho Firwt Addition to the oily of C4ro
m Ald comity and tato We, the uodrlcud.'
aatdnueieea, trill ou UVdueeday, the tkcond
day of March, A I). isn, At lo o'clocf.'fn tho'
furctiofin of tliat day1 under anil by virtue of th
jiower of alc cpnlalped Inrrll mprtricn ,ellt
j.uuic auetion.tothehlfiicet bidder rorciuh.atthB
offlow bulldinirof id Trutleei, corner 6(WMar
iuKtoti uvruuo and lbUi jtiovl! .in id city, of
Li. ro, in Alexander county anil State of llllnoU,
(aid lot numbered (O)slx hi block uumbrd (T)
forty-seven in th tint addition to the, city iof
Cairo, oc oidint? to the tucorded plat, thereof,
Willi thu appurtcnancct, to aatiifr the purpoaet1
an 1 condition of tald mnrtcae.
Dated, Ciro, Illinolf.robruary Oi, :70 ,
S. HTAAW TAYLOIt,
EDWIN P.MteONS, '
TruiKw.vrtlierairo City rroperty.
" . ..vea
It hereby given that lUfauli hailnjr. orcurrad
In the prrformaucoaf the conditioua expredtd
in a tetuiu IotitB, or Detd of Trut,vxccuted
by Joaeptf Bs Cleaver to Hamtitl Hlaal Taylor an4
Kdwln I'amouj, Troateea of the Cairo City Pro.
pcrty, dated the Kleventh day ol May A. D.lWi,
and recorded iD.lte,Jttforileionioe, In and for
Alexandar iuntr, in the Ulata of illmoii, In
JloukPpf, PeediptoSt, aliltiirtira(orde4
(Fifteen) in the tlh Addition to the city of Cairo,
In aaid county and Stale. We, tho underaiioaa,
aald Trmtee, will on Wednetday the Second day
ol Matth. A. D. W0, at 10 o'clock In' the "fore.
noon of that day, under and by virtue ef the
power of aale canUlned In aaid mortgage, tell at
publia' auction to .be hiahoal bidder lor caih.at
the oince building of aaid Truitcei, corner Waih.
lnt;(ou avenue and IStlt atreety in aaid city of
Colrotin Alexander county and but of Illinola,
Maid lot uuinbertd CM) twenty, (ill tweuty-otie,
Ui) Twenty-two, (fl) twenty.thro, (Jl) twenty,
four, (C9) nlxty-nino, (70) aeventy anii(Tl) ioveu'.
ty.one, In block numbered (131 fifteen In, in
fourth ndditionlo thouily of CiVo. aoeordios to
the recorded plat thereof, with the PDtirtrnauce,
tv latiify the purpoaea and condition of (aid
listed, Olrn, Illinola. February 9th. 1170. . -
H. BTAA'IU TAVLOS, ...
KDWIN PAIUO.VS. "
Truttee of the Cairo City Property
I hereby clven that definlt'havfnr fnimfrr'Li
in the performance of the condition eipreiMdfn
aoertam Morlgase, orDeM of Truatetrcut4 by
Kdward ii. Weakly to bamuel HUuls Taylor ad
r.uwin . rou.i. iruiievini me uairo Lily rrn.
perty,datrd theTwenly.llnh day of January A. D.
lrtoo, and recorded in In KeconWaotSiie, B Md
ffirAluvanil.. fAltnlv. In IIim fit.t llllnA..M
Rook P. of Dd tair U, (aid Mortrair or d'od
of irmKwnveyinir lot numbered m twenty flvu
inblocknumberl(eIj(hty oue)n th rtrtt adft.
ion to tue city oi viro in aald county and'itate.
We,lbunderaind, aaid truiteca, will on Wei.
BeadaYithe aecoud.day ot March A. D. Itroat iu
o'olotkiulheforcnoonijf (hat d(y, under an by
virUvvfthapowerofaV contained In laid Mort.
Sane, tell, at PuWIi Auction, to, the hlgheit bid
r. for rU, ai tlie oiBc building of aald Tru
tee, torurr of Waablngtot) Avenue and (lh trr t,
in aaid city of, Cairo, in Alexander county and
Htatoof HKnuU, , jiald lot . numbered'' (O)
Twenty flv. u Week UuniUred tl (elrbty
one) iiij,th flrnt addltwr, to the. tiid-cltf
of tVlro, aoioriiaglatUu recorded put thcr. Jr.
withCiPiutrrniwe, to aatlify'fti curpoHa
aud couditlonof ald MorlaVa.. . .
Dated, Cairo, JU.FebrJarvSrJ.laiO.'di'J
i,i iruvi Tuii.rjriHAc iui uuinuerea t-vi i weuiy,
SI, (Twenty-one) ii, (Twunty.to (Twenty,
three) 21, (Twent.tW) an, (Sixq. nine) TIT. (Hev.
i.iiii 71. irtHVentr.otial In lllfwTV ,,nu..i.i