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NEWS OF THE CITY.
MONDAY, RTCimUAftr U, 1870;!
8eo WIiIIc'h patent cliurn, forwilo at
tho posUodlcc news stantl. Foblli.d2t
1200 l'Aihs of nHHorlod pimlH, with
ve.itH to imitcl), at coat, at No. 71) Ohio
Anplcniled, lot ofculfbooLs and jnl
lers will arivo ut r. JSoivn next week
and will bo ioldjow farcartli. , ; tf
Tho llnt'H "Hkatorlttl" which are good
would have appeared several weeks
ago, hut for tho fact that they were laid
ualdo and forgotten.
j 'fliu Continental lii the only cook stove
with sliding oven duoru. Warranted In
all respecttf. Pitcher it Jtlenry, at 1!)2
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
103 dozen latoHtylo HatH, and otlutrs
at cost, for tlila mouth only, at Peter
Nclrfl, No. 70, Ohio Lovee.
Call ami examine the stock and price
Leforo you tuaku your purchase's, und
don't forget your nookutbookfi. tf
Thcro was a regular wool pnlllngbo
tweeua "colored lady" and a "white
woman," serving In one of our hotels,
Saturday night, the bono of contention
being a inuscullno who love- two well,
but not wisely.
Thcro, Is A.laruo and strictly select ball
on the tuplH hus, Infaut, been detetm
Ined upon and partly arranged for. Tho
tickets, now onpresi, will be a flue spec!
mta-of typograVhy.k'1 ' ' "-
WeJvgrot to hear Uiat Mr. J. C. Miller
one of our oldest and most respectnblo
citizens, Is lying very ill, with very lit
tle hope of recovery.
clTJioftt. Nicholas Milliard Hall !i one
V)'f tno'la'rgdst And best furnished In the
country. It Is the resort ol both citizens
and strangers who Indulge billiard play
Xollro to tlir Tax'ntr orAlriaadtr (' .
I will belli uiy ofllce at the court liouJe
every day during this mouth for the pur
kmo of receiving Htate and County tnxeft
novf duo Culro III. Fob. lat 1670
febltth. Jit IF. MYKIW Collector.
Tho completest Hindi of gentlemen's
furnishing goods In the city , is to be
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
bo a remarkable wunt, Indeed, In this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at the very lowest figures nil lug In the
Ill stock of will; hata at Miller & Mill
tr's comprises the very latest styles and
the finest make of the season. The
variety la very great, tho stock largo,
and prices have been regulated tu har
wniz with tho times. Call In and ex
Tho 'Bulletin' ofllco having been sup.
plied with Increased facilities, is now
prepared to do Job work cheaper than
ever. Wo are determined, in truth,
that no cltljeu shall Lave cause, cither
on account of'p'rlco or style, for sending
his work abroad. Our ofllco is the com
plotest. In, tho state, outsldo of Chicago
and Springflcld,( aud can perform all
kinds of work for which tho river, rail
road, mercantile, legal und general
business of the city create a demand.
In point of workmanship wo shall stand
unsurpassed. Scud in your orders
Proof submitted when requested.
'A WriltUiWUe U HnlUrUul."
A prudent housekeeper purchases tho
but und c7icapet article- for the kitchen
that can bo obtaiuod. Dootoy'u Baking
Powder" Is tho purest, best, and cheap
est ISaklug Powderkuown. Ono pound
will go further In tho culluary depart
ment than any other In market, and is
guaranteed to produce more satisfactory
result-, as tholngrcdionts are harmless,
healthy aud nutritious. It is for sale by
all good Groceries. m w & u
Tlie H1. JVIcliolita Hotel mill Krittauraut.
This popular and eligibly located house
of piibllo entertainment Is now fitted
and furnished throughout In good stylo;
and, under tho management of Messrs
AVillter &!SiHon, is doing a largo and
thriving business. It is kept upon tho
European plan tho guest calling for
what ho wants whqihowwauts It, wheth
er In tho day or night time, and paying
only . for (What ho grdors. The ropnjaaro
largo and clean, furnished with tho best
of beds and bedding, while all other fea
tures Ojftljesjtabjlshmejit are arranged
with an espccla'l eyo to tho comfort und
convenience of the guests. JaGtf
t XCJX. J - - MIT
,u iri,inlioU Jloifl. February I3tli.
U Terrell &spn, KyjJMr Wagnor, Ky;
Dr Fields, Mo; K JUnwoll, Dongola; W
Garner, BlandvlIIu; j Gody, Capo Gira-
deau; W Cuafian, Philadelphia; M Wos-
tor, Cincinnati; M Lovelace; Mllburn;
L Cummuns, Mllburn; F Weatberby,
NowOrioOjiifK JStono, Ky; A Muueeo,
Btr. Fannlollrandiosj H.Rtuart, Nasb
vlllo; 0 HaaiUloton, Prlncotou ; G Drago,
Tuscoia; O Molner, Vjcksburg; J Maileo,
Paducah; R MeKee, Ownesboro; C Carr,
PaducAh; CaptTerklns, Rlvor; J L Ho
gan, London; G Thatcher, Flemington;
Capt Roberts. Calm; J Harf ipan, Clfy;
A Hurd, 0. C. 'C.Cp; HMetbHlf. '4tt, Lop
Is; JB Clark, 0; M Mita, Cincinnati
A letter addressed to "Molllo Cunning
ham, euro of Samuel Bldway," ia lying
hi tho 'Bulletin' ofllco, subject to tho con
t'rol of thopropor party.
Everybody uses Wizard Oil, and
Barclay Bro's. sell It cheap for cash.
Patronize homo institutions. Buy from
.1 . -
' Found. A sum of money, which tho
owner can obtain by calling on tho editor
of tho 'Bulletin,' and paying for this
Youths' nors' andohildkn'b cloth-
ingot less than Now Y6rk, prices, will
bo sold this month, at NofPs regardless of
Infants. Muoh Buffering to these
tender little buds of tho human family,
might bo allayed by using Mrs. Whit
comb's ftyrup. Kco advertisement In an
nother column. febl-ld&wlw
On our first page wo glvo'tho purlieu
lars of tho explosion of tho Magglo Hays,
as furnished by thoMemphls'Avalauche.'
It was a terrible disaster, resulting In a
shocking loss of life and tho total destrue
tioti of boat and cargo.
Cl.08tNa OUT THEENTIHK STOCK OP
ready made clothing, furnishing goods,
boots, shoes, hats, caps, trunks and vails
08 at P. NofPn, no. 70, Ohio Loveo, at
actual cost, for cash only.
Tho Bt. Nicholas hotel presents a scene
of life aud thrift that will at onco dlssl
puto tho notion that thcro is nothing do
ing In Culro in tho hotel lino. Its rooms
and tabics are always full, and the guests
pronounce themselves more than satlsfl
cd, oven gratified, with their entertain
The Metropolis 'Times' says that in
the little burg of Metropolis thcro aro
8000 marriageable young ladies. Tho only
explanation wo can find for thbrfact Is
that tho youug men are such a net of
"iuims" that tho girls wont have 'em.
Our marriageable fruit is plucked as fast
as It rlpoiiH.
. . i ... i a
ONU THOUSAND YA1IDS Of nllEEN AND
steel mlxco Jeans, at 00 and 75 cents per
yard, at P. NelPs, no. 70, Ohio Lovee. tf
Tho day to which many of our young
people havo boon looking forward, Is
here,; and nearly gone St. VaiontlncH
day. How many tender little lovo raes
sages, douo up In gilt and glitter, havo
paged tho post, ofllce doll vary, -wo can't
guess; but In all parts of tho city young
hearts have been made glad old bach
elors angry, and spinsters "hopping."
Only a "brute," however, would abuse
the llcenso the day extends by sending
Messrs. Miller and Mlllor havo Just re
ceived an unusually large, well assorted
nna sinewy tasnionauio Buppiy or pieco
goods, to which they ask special atten
tion. The lot embraces tho Quest cloths
aud caslmers ever brought to Cairo, and
such a variety ofaty les that all tastes may
be accommodated. Suits or garments
from these goods arc mado to order In the
best manner and latest style, and at
figures that will defy competition. For
proof of this they only ask to bo put upon
trial. At all evenLi call around and seo
the now goods, Jan23tf.
Tho coming charter election promises
to Ikj tho quletcot oyer held In Cairo.
There is not sufllcIenT warmth in tho
competition to brlug about street comer
discussions or to create a perceptible In
creaso In the rotall liquor trade.
For tho ofllco of city clerk wo havo
three contestants, vlzr Brown, Crowley
and Morris; for tho ofllco of city mar
shal three, viz: McCarthy, Arnold and
Bambrick, and for the ofllco of city treas
urer two, viz: Hyland and Taylor. For
tho ofllco of city attorney Albright has
not, as yet, any opposition. It pleases all
of these geutlonjen to "keep cool," to
"He low aud keep shady," and tho result
Is, a hoverelgn may pass from ono ex
treme of tho city to tho other without
getting so much as tho "wetting of his
whistle" at u candidate's oxpouse In
fact, without hearing tho election men
tioned. No convention or primary election has
been ordered, and it is by no means cer
tain that ono will bo ordered. It looks in
deed, as If tho matter will resolvo Itself
Into a scrub race, tho sovereigns remain-
ng Indifferent as to tho result.
"tJood 9f raurc Htiit )lumtliirvrr."
Dooloy'a Buklng Powder has already
taken tho precedent over others, from
Its well known strength and purity; but
usldo from theto facts, It is put up in cans
toldlng tho full weight as represented
which Is rarely tho caso with
those of ordinary manufacture.
Hence, Dooloy's Baking Powder
is tho best, purest, strongest and cheap-,
est oyer ode red to tho consumer, and
everyone who lias used it will readily
testify to this assertion. fobU-Dttn w&i
TUKXER MASfjuERADK BALL.
WtwltliiKtuu Hall, VI. Silat.
A Grand Masquorado Ball will be given
as above, undor tho auspices of tho Cairo
Turners. The public generally Is invited
o attend; tho management pledging
themselves that no effort will bo nparcd
to render tho occasion .one most
pleasant and entertaining to' all who
rtlGMITTKK QV (AUHANqKMKNTS S
' R. BitinACH.
ALEXANDER CIRCUIT COURT
MONDAY FEB. 14TJI 1870, 25D DAY P. M.
Boylo, Miller & Co. V8 South Western
Insurance Co; assumpsit; Judgment on
Verdict of Jury against dofendant for
Smith & Jayno vt James Garland ; debt;
motion for uow trial sustained.
City National Batik V8 Thomas Lewis;
debt; continued by agrcomcnt.
Christian Schultz i's Chas Schonemyor ;
assumpsit; Judgment on verdict of jury
against dofendent for $012 17.
Ann Redman vsThoclty of Cairo; caso;
motion for new trial ovor ruled ; motion
in arrest of Judgment entored.
John Beopplo vi Susan Brown; tip
peal; judgment on vordlctof Jury agali.t
plalntifTand roturn of property awarded.
Henry Harris vs Louis Blum; appeal;
Judgment on verdict of Jury against do
fendent for $00 CO.
Samuel L M Barlow rFrcdol!no Brow;
bill to cancel deed; caso set down for
hearing at next torm on bill, answer, re
plication and proofs.
ilcsslllus Smith ot als vi Elizabeth
Dolanoy et als; foreclosure; continued
for final report.
CourrndJourncd until to-morrow mor
nlngat 9 o'clock.
A Mouutftln affreight.
Although thero wcro ono hundred and
twelve loaded freight cars on tho track
of tho Illinois Central railroad yesterday
the General Superintendent of tho road
notified tho agent hero to prepare for tho
receipt of thrco hundred and thirty ad
ditional cars, during to-day aud to-morrow.
These receipts will form tho largest
quantity of freight over collected at Cairo
from thut source, within tho same limit
of time. Four hundred aud forty-three
car loads !--equal to a pile of freight eight
feet wide, soven feet high and thrccjnOa
lonrj! Tho one hundred and twelve
cars on hand yesterday were consigned
to Culro merchant!.
Thero could be no stronger demand
than is furnished In this Item of busiuess
for a lino of Cairo and New Orleans
packets. It establishes Cairo as tho great
entrepot of the Mississippi valley, but
finds St. Louis, Louisville and Cincin
nati enjoying a largo share of tho sub
stantial benefits that should be wholly
and solely our own.
Third An nl Wfnry Hall hy Ihu Culro
Tho members of the Cairo Casino pro
pose an observance of their third anni
versary day by a masquerade ball In
Washington Hall, on Monday, February
2Sth, which they expect to render uu
affair pleasant to all who may ohooiio to
participate. Tho management refer with
prldo to the masquerade balls heretofore
given by the Casino, and promise that
the ball hero announced shall bo of tho
most respectable and interesting cha
racter. Committee of Arrangements Louis
Herbert, H. Meyer, Robt. Brlbach.
Colored Deck.IIftiitt Nbot In tb Aim.
Three colored individuals visited tho
pollco headquarters Saturday night, to
lodgo complaint against tho watchman
of tho fcteamer St. Luke. While coming
down tho Mississippi tho watchman aud
ono of tho aforesaid, who goes by tho
nnmo of Bill, became involved iuiaj'iuar
rol. High words soon led to hurd blows
from, which tho watchmau was tho
greater sufferer. Iudced, In a physical
point of view, (according to Bill's vers
ion) Bill was the hotter man. At all
events, tho watchman being dissatisfied
with tho progress of affairs, drew his
'pepper box'' and blazed away at Bill
one of tho balls passing through tho
muscle of his arm, aud ploughing up tho
llcah on tho loftsldo of his body. Tho
wouud is not a daugeroua ono, yet of a
uaturo to doprivo tho negro of his usual
means for earning a livelihood. The
pollco wero uuabloto find tho watchman
so William's injuries promise to go un
Married, in this city, on Sunday tho
13th Inst., at tho rcsidonco of tho bride's
parents, by Rov. F. M. Vantreaso, Mr.
L. W. Barber, of Nashville, Tonn., aud
Balllo A. Mayes, of Cairo.
We congratulate "Doo" on his posses
sion of ono of tho handsomest and most
lovcablo young ladles of Culro; und Join
with tho many friends who wish him a
married life full of peace, prosperity
aud plenty. .No cards.
Aak tlie I.udleMMaliU find tney will tell
you that Phalon'H Vltalla or Salvation
for tho hair Is tho favorlto urtlclo for re
viving tho natural tingo of blanchod or
fading ringlets. Clear us fluid glass,
wholesome to the skin as water, undis-
colorablo by tho light, without any min
eral odor nud yielding no sediment, it
defies compotltiou and courts comparis
on. , febl-ld&wlA.
Hull Tuesday evculntr.
A bail will bo given at tho houso of
Mrs. Smith comer of Lovoo und Thirty
fourth street on Tuesday ovonlg tho 15th
iust., which all aro Invited to uttond.
Excellent music, good prompters, good
order and good oheor will bo tho order of
tho occasion. 3t
IJrenil I'lii Lost.
A lady's circular Jot breast plu, pearl
center piece, tho margin ornamented
wlthsmull pearls and Jot alternated. Tho
Under will bosultubly rowarded by leav
ing tho pin at tho rcsidonco of Dr. Wwr
nor, CO Walnut Street. febl43t
Use Eudor'H Chill
Curo. "It never
Tho two petitions, aggregating a
length of six or eight feot, praying that
John H. Obcrly Esq., will again pormifc
his namo to bo used in connection with
tho mayoralty, aro receiving tho most
respectful consideration, and will bo
answered In a day or two. Tho fact that
theso petitions contain tho names of n
largo number of persons who wero actlvo
opponents of Mr. Obcrly, at and beforo
tho lost charter election, 1b most gratify
ing to him, being an assurance that ho
has, at least In a measure, Berved his
fellow cltlzenB acceptably. While wo
aro qulto certain that Mr. O. does not
seek tho ofllco for a second term, we shall
not Hay that ho will not hold hlmselfsub
Ject to tho disposition of his friends.
New York, Jan. 31th, 1670,
s CO, V
uorman J-.ua iniurmico
TjZ and ZJ3, JiroUwy
Tho directors of tho abovo oompany
havo declared this day a cash dividend of
$200,000 00, which amount will bo dim
tributcd to all policy holders -whoso
policies were Issued on or previous to
Dec. Slat, 1608, in accordance with tholr
contribution plan. Particular will bo
made known to thoso who aro members
of the company. C. Dokemus,
fcbll 3t ' Sec'y.
Besides a very complote stock of tin
ware, C. W. Hendorson, 100 commercial
Avenue, presents to tho trade a splendid
variety of cooking stoves, among others
tho "Pomona," tho "Veteran," tho
Oak," and tho "States" tho latter a
coal stove. These, and any other
mako desired, will be sold at a small ad
vance on manufacturers' prices.
Did you know (that Norman's Chaly
beate Cough Syrup will relievo tho worst
cases of Asthma, Croup, Ac. Bold by S.
J. Humm. FebHOtd.
Betterthan tho best. Norman's Chaly
beate Cough Jyrup . J. B. Humm keeps
It. Try a bottle; ouly 76 cents,
feb 14 Otd
Pitcher & Henry's largo stock of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, eto
will be sold without regard to cost. tf
"the ueat in use" Enders' Stomach
The Aurora oil will not stain or grcaes.
Tho celebrated Aurora oil can bo had
ut No. 02 Ohio Levee. Jan21-lm
Sack coats at hum than cost at
P. NefPs, no. 70, Ohio Lovee. tf.
TUB LATE lOMK LARCENY.
On Saturday nltit lut thirteen ImrrvU of pork were
atolen from a freight carofllio lllinola Cvatr;i! ltall
road, tUmllng on the track lint abovu KlKhtli rtr,-ct.
I will pay 0c hundrol dolltri" for thn reeorrry of
tho perk anil the arrmt of tho thlc?o,or two hun
dred and fifty dollar lor either tho pork or Ui
th even, delivered Into mv euttodr.
j .o. juiisuji, jgem.
Tor City Treaaurer.
We are autliorued to announce Mr. JOHN Jl V
LAM), u a candidal for re-election lo the office nf
City Trimmer. ' te
Wt are autliorued to annoi.ocethat J. II. TAYLOR
Will lo a candid.ito fur City 1 rtaturcr, ' 'J' eniufnft
For City Clerk.
Wnnreautlinritd to announce that WII.I.IA5I If.
MOIlltlriiaatandUUto for tho office of City Cork at
the ensuing charter alect'on. Ic"
Wo aro authorlted to announm that JOHN IUtOWN
Ii a candidate for the offioe of City Clerk, at llio emu
lug charter election. janlitd
Wo aroauthoritod to announce lint J. 0 CHOW
LET will be acandliUto for the oltlco ufCltyCleik at
tho ciHiiins charter vlecllon. JanSOtd
'or City Maralial.
We are authorited to fcnnounce that MICHAEL
n.VMllHICK, will Lo a eandidatoror reflection to the,'
otCceof City Manhal at the emuln; municipal elec
Wo are autkorlted to anuounce that JOSKI'II Ml
NOLI) wlU lw a eandldato for tho office of City Mar
ahal at tho enulnK charter eloctlon. te
We aro autnorited to announco that DANIEL MC
CARTHY, present clilefof llce, will bo a candidate
for tlieoincoof City Marilul at the ensuing charter
I'or City Attorney.
We are authoriiod to annonnco that KON'TAINR K!
ALIllliailT will bd ntaodldatofor tko nfneoof City
Attarney at the ensuing charter election. tdf
Htntoof Illlnoi,Alexandcrcoiinty, . In the Circuit
Court of Alexander county; April Term, 1T0.
In Attachment Dvniand ttai 31.
IVIer W. Field, Ami! Ilenodict, Kreilerick L. Snrdur
and Itichurd I. Field. tlrrn of Fluid, llenedict A Cu.
va John M. Uyardiuid Williatu II. rjieuart, tlrrn of
iiynru a riowun.
Notice h hereby Kifon to you, tlioiinldJolin M.IIyard
and Willmm II. titvwart, fimi of Ilyard Htewart, thnt
a writ d ulUuhmcnt has h'.cn nied out of the oltku
of the Clerk of ih Alexander emmty Circuit Court
at tho null of the Hald Field, llenwlict & Co., and
njotiixt the catnto of you, tho aald liynrd A Hlewnrt
fur nil hundred mid thirty-one nud ai.loAilollurs, be
aides intere.t, directed to tho Hheriirof said county to
execute, .which sitld writ has been returned by said
Sherlll executed by lovj ln n one box of merchau.
dise. NoM'tiiilei. )OU, tMn.uld liynrd A Htewnrt shall
personally b, mid uppeur lieforu tho circuit court of
suul county mi the tirst day of tho next term thereof,
to bo holden in tho city of Curo, in said county, on
tho First Monday In lit mouth of April next, riio
special Imil und plead lo said action, judgment will bo
entered against you In furor of ald pliuiitllU ami the
property so attached sold to satisfy tho same with
C" ' JOII.V Q. IIAIIMAN, Clork.
Cairo, initials, January Jlth. 180.
Mulkey, Wall A Whveler, llulntilN' Attorneys,
Uy virtuoof three several Exix-titions lo mo directed
by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander Coun
ty in thu Htate of Illinois, agullut plalutltt' for costs
in the. following styled causo, tn.wlt: Itomeo FrlKanii
vs. II. llobarls Hholhar and Altxrt Flaxlar tlrni of
Hhelhar A FlaKlar, Homoo Frigaiixi va. John
II) land; Itomeo lruj;eiiil vs. Rcorge T.
Crump, I havo lovlej upon tho following descrlbe4
propeoty, to-wlti Lot No. six (0). in block No. tlfty
lour IM) In tho City of Cairo, in (ho State of Illinois,
loKclher with all tho privilege and appurtenances
thereunto Udnnging, us, tho property of the aald
Itomeo Frlnantl which I ahull otter at publiaaalout ilia
Kiiuthwest door tof tho Court House In thucily of Cairo, ,
In the Htate of Illinois, on the Twelfth day of February
A. I). JBT0, between tho hours of nine o'clock, a.m.,
oniUuimtolsaldilsy.forcajh, to satisfy said Exe
cutions, I.0UI3 If. MYEH.H,
Sherlir of Alvxandcr County, lllinola.
Cairo, Ills., Jtti. lU. ' itw
rpuBTE's HAtk rri frt
.Wr:a, 3trttT3. Humphrty and Mary J. Hum
phreys his wife by their certain deed of trust; bearM
dato the 21st, day of September A. P. 1804, and r.
corded In tho book "2" of dceda, page 21 In th Re
corder's Offlco of Alexander County, Illmol,-ll
convey o John 11. Phlllla, tho following dcacrlbed lota
or parcels of land altuntod In tho City of Cairo, ooan
tv of Alcxondor, and Htato of Illinois, and known and
deal-natcd on tho recbrded in lip or plat thereof aa
lota numbered five, six and seven (5,0 and 7) in block
numbered "evenly four, (M.) lu trust, however, that
tho aald John 11. Phlllia, Ir the sum ot tnonoy, or any
part thereof, specified In said. deed of tmni, and In a
cortalu nromlavory nolo therein described bearing
even dato with aalddctd, for the aum of twea,ty.two
hundred dollars, mado and executed by aald Janaa U.
Humphreys and payable to the order of KacheU.Phil.
Ha ono;year after tho dato thereof, should remain
due and unpaid at the expiration of tho time apcciBed,
and according to the tenor of aald note.'.that then tha
aald John II. Phlllla ahould make sale of the aald
premises, by public venduo to the highest bldder.for
cash, m by the terms of said deed are provided, and,
whereas, the aum of olatthccn hundred andflfty dol
lars of aald note, together with interest from the
Slat day of September A. D. 18C8, now remain dua
and unpaid; Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given,
that at the request of Itnchel J. I'hlllls'ruid under axj
by virtuoof the terms and conditions of said deed ot
trust, and the power and authority In mo thartby
veiled, I, the aald John U. I'hlllla, will oaHTue
day the l&th day of February, A. 1.-Iti70, at tho Court
House door, In tho city of Cairo, County of Alexan
der and citato of lllinola, between th hours of 10
o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock p. m. of aald day, to-wlt:
at 11 o'clock a. m., proceed to sell at pubtls
vendue, to tho highest bidder for caAh, lbs property
hereinbefore deaoribed, to satisfy said debt and In
terest and the coit and expense ot this trust and will
execute and deliver to tho purchaser or pnrchastrs
thereof a docd therefor.
JOHN B lHIliLIfl, Trntte.
Cairo, III. Jan. M, la'". Jan3rMw
Ia hereby given tlial default hating OMurrtd la
tho performance of tho conditions expressed In a
certain Mortgago or Hood of Trust exocutedbr
John U Krlnn to HamueljBtaata Taylor and Edwin
Parsons, Truatees oflho Cairo City JProbertr.
dated tho Twenty-third day of January, A. 6.
IMA, recorded In the itecordcr's offlco, In aad
for Alexander county, In the fitato of Ullaolj. in
lJook P of Deeds, page 180, aald mortgage Or deed
nf trust convoying lot numbered III) Twelve In
lllock numbered u (hint ty.two) In tha First Addi
tion to the City of Cairo, In aald county ud fttatt.
Wo. tho undersigned. ,l,l Trmtjes, JuIJm
Wednesday, theKecond day of MnrcfliXj KltTO.
ot 10 o'clock la thn forenoon of that day, Uadsr
und by virtuo of tho power of salt eontaiaad In
said Mortgige, sell, ot Publlo Auction, to the high
est bidder, lorensh, at the offica building of aald
Trustees, corner Washlnston avenua anrl laih
rtrect, in aatd city of Cairo, In Alexander (Mtwty
and Htate of Illinois, said lot numberad T.i.
i(U) In block numbered ft (nlaetyTTWBl'tn rlW
plat thereof, with the flppurtenmDCeitO tltisfy the
nrai auniiiutt to mo cur ox Ualro. aceosdlu lo tho
,fuifwriiiii gvuuillVII tj BBIU HlDltg
uaieu, vairp, Illinois, i-euruary utDi
a. 8TAATH TAVI
Trustees of tho Cairo City I'roMcay.
is riereoy given that deraull hiving t
thoDcrformsueaof thn rondlllan .m
rertaln Mortcaeo or Dent of Tm.i .r
i-Kiricic i.i ii on to Komuei ntaata Tayler and MtfTn
Parsons, Trustees of tho Cairo City Property, dated .'
tho Third day of December A. I), 1 sol, recorded, to, ,
the Recorder's olMcn. in atid for Alcxandercotm
ty.lnlho Htato of Illinois, In Hook P of Deeds,
pageM, a!d mortgage or dead ot trust owvt
ing lot numbered Twenty-live (a) In block cum
bered Twenty-aeven, (27) In tho Flrat Addition to
the city of Cairo, In aald county and Bute. We." '
the undersigned, nld Trustees, will on Wedaes-
day, tho Second day of Marrh, A. D. IKsl at 10,
o'clock In tho forenoon of that day, underaodbr
'"of'KW. sell, at tuUlarutk;att Uio'lriaiiesll
biddel Tor cash, ut the .ofllco bulUIUig.oTaald
Trustees, corner Washington avfntfd and isrh
street, in said city of Cairn.tn Alexandtr county
,u. uu vi wiu uijwcr in saie coniainrii in aawi
nwi j,uiu ei, uiiimis, said lot. hum bared IM A
TJlHW'fi?.' in .li,.ook numbered Twenty. ssvauu
(T7) In tho first addition to tho cltr of Cairo, ae-. .
ordlngtothe recorded put thereof, Vlth the ap- ,B'
.uiiiiii.in r, io aaiisiy mo purpoeea auJcODUl-s -J
lions of s.ildmortjraga. , ..,,,.
Dated, CUIro, IlllnUls, Febniary 9(h, 1B70. ' ' ,
H. hTAATH TAYI.OK ' ' '
F.DWIN PAlLiriXH. ' -
Trusttenot thoCaia UHyiaMperty.
NOTICE. ... m
U hereby given that that default lilivlnr our- VJ
rud in tlie pvrformancei of the. coruJiliorm x-w. 1
pressed In n eerUin Mortgage, or Id f Trust. M
exoctitcl by Charles Lnncancr to Samuel titaau ,.
Tnylorand Bdwln Inrson, Trusteev of tho Cairo'
City Property, datel tha Thirtieth day of Har ."
ember, A. D. lea. recordod In the ltceorder-a
ofticc, In and for Alexander county. In the Huio
of Illinois; in Hook K of Deeds, put 4C9 Ac,
said mertgaKO or deod of' trust fonvrylng lot
forenoon of that day1 under aud by virtuauf tho.
j-uwst ui niiu vuiiiamru inssiu mortgsgo .sell at .
public auction.to tho hirhest bidder for.cash.at tho
offlco building of said Trusleef,conieror-Wsh- X
Ington aienuo and lath street; In saldelly lof
Cairo, in Alexander county and State of Illinois,
said lot numbered (0) Hiyio.lilek uurnbeied (17)
forty-seven in the first addition to tho city, of
Cairo, recording to tho recorded plat thereof.' K
with the appurtenances, to satisfy tho purposes s
and conditions of suid tnoitgsgo.
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, February jlth, '.870.
8.' HTAATH TAYLOR,
Trustees of the Cairo City l'ropesty. . ,t
Is hereby given that default 1 iSVlni? fwllrrm.r
Inthe psrforininoo of tho condition! exnresssd ' '
..H.I . A.. . I ... I if, lf.M.I..li.rf. n.Ul i . - ' I .
.... '.. .w.v.hv ... ... ...., wiirri in Bum lor
Alexander rotinty, in tho Uut of lllinola,' ia i '
llookl'of Dueds, ij;o-JI. said luortuua&r J-.
of trust conveying lots numbered UV) Twenty,
si, iTwcntyine) xa, imemy-twe) W,' (Twenty- '
three) -U, iTwenty-fourl W, rilxiylne)7, (Bvi
enty) 71, (seventy-one) in lllock numbered J4 ,
(Ilfteen) In tho tth Addition to tho city of Cairo.
In said county and Htato. W. the underslrneJ, k"
said Trutloos, will on Wednesday the Second day ,i
of Mareh, A. D. 1870, at 10 o'clock In the tore,- t
noon of that day, under and by Virtue of tu
jMiwer of aala conalne in said mortgagv, sell at ' '
publlo auction to tha highest bidder for caah.at
tho ottlco building of said Truatwea, oomer Wash.
Ington avenua and lath street,- In isaJd city of t
Cairo; in Alexander county and Slate of Illinois,
said lots numbered (tu) twenty, Cili twenty. one. '
Vii) Taeiily-two, (J3) twenty-threo, (Jl) twenty. 1
four. (Ul) aixty-niuo. 1701 aorintv ami Hit ant.ni ..
ly one, In block numlcred 111) flftesn In tha
fourth addition to tho city of Cairo, according to
iiiq iwmuru mviryi, nun uu ai jMirinnaniiag as
to satisfy tho purpose and condtiiou of said
mortgag. . - ' u
luted, uatro, Illinois, r enrtiarysth, U70,
EDWIN PARSONh, 'i
Trustees of the Cairo City Property.
Is bereliy given that default havlne- psonriesl l
in tho perforinanee of the conditions expressed lu
certain Mnrtgagv, or Deed of Trust eieruui br
Edward II. Weakly In Samuel fts'rayfsVaad
EdMlu Parsons. Trustees of the Cairo City rra. , H
perty.duted the Twenty-fifth day of January A. D. , n
IttM, and recorded In Ilia Recorder's olDce. in anil
for Alexander County, In tho HUte of-lllinaisjiri
Hook P. of Deeds page IM,sai, Mortgage or deed
of truit conveying lot nuuilered ) twenty flvo
In block niimlier el (eighty ono) ln the DrsI addlt
Ion to the city of Cairo in aald county and state. ' "
Wo, the imderslguod, said trustees, will on Wed.
nosdav the second day ol March A. D. lslO, at lu
o'clock In thoforenoon of that day, under and by ' '
Virtue of the pgarrof sloou,.tlu;d in said '.Kilt,
gage, sell, otl'ublfo Auction, to the lilghest bid- ,i
dor, fur cash, ai the office building or said Trua.
tees, curlier Of Woshilii'toil Avtinun anJ. isili air.
in said cnv of Cairo,' In Alexander county and
Statu of Illinois, said lot uumbered (t5)
Twenty fire. In block numbered el (oigui
onej in mo nrii amimoQ to uio, ,ald, city
of Culro, according lo the recorded plat thereof,
with the appurtenance!, to satisfy tho purposcV"
und condition of said Mortgage. ... is
Mad, Cairo, j J7fSW - I J iV
Trustees of tho Cairo City Prouiwlyi''d ivt
OTICE 1 1
..-.. . "
juaiiiiuiiuunaycnni.'irii,i , , vunv
X'auulit In thn Miaslasiiiiil river opiteHcjffoVi'Jl
Mw.r llro Hales rttton:,iitsMiVlcallfTfor,
property proven and aniyJ pM jrilhln thirty days
tlioMiino will bo sold for neootmt of churgta.. For pr .
qi.u .u iu tu., auukiuu luinrciiy or uairoii
In said county and Bute. We, tho underslgnod.
sild Trustees, will on Wednesday, the Becoli J ' '
day of March. A. I. 1x70. at 10-uVlnlr In Hia
In a certain Mortgage, or Deed of Trust,tcutd "
by Jo. tlilt 1). Cleaver to fcUmnel UtaaU Taylor aad,
Edwin Parsons, Trustees of the Cairo City Pro
nertv. dated the Eleventh ilar ot Mar a. ri in'. ' ' '
CliiKDS. Jrr1. 'I
eeof tl.B Cairo Hullstln. 1,1
Printed at thopffii-