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NEWS OF THE CITY.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1870.
The Aurom oil will not Htuin or greaeH.
TIio celebrated Aurora oil can lu lintl
ut No. 2 Ohio Ix'vco. JiuilM-lin
Hack coath at mms than cost at
1. NoIPh, no. 7'J, Ohio Levee, tf.
(.Jo to 02 Ohio Leveo for Aurom oil. It
Ih cheap and cafe,, ond xloes not; smoke
1200 pairs of iigHortt'd pttntH, with
vesta to match, lit coat, at No. 71) Ohio
Jifcuer'ifc Jlcnr.y'H, largo atock of iiirjl
ware, cutlery, toola, atovea, tinware, eto
will bo Hold( without regard to coat, tf
A splendid lot of calf boota and gal.
tera will arlvo at P. Nell's next week,
and will be sold low for cosh. tf
Tho Under of n amall gold sleovo but
ton, upon which Is inscribed two Ini
tials, will bo paid IU value by leaving it
ut IhU ofllco. 2t
Infants. Much HUlIerluir to these
tender littlo budaof tho huninu family,
might bo allayed by using Mrs. Vlilt
cotnb'a Syrup. Hce ndvertlaement In an
nother column. febl4dkwlvv
Tho Continental is the only cook stove
with blidlug oven door. Warranted In
nil reopectn. Pitcher & floury, at 1U2
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
The five hundred r6slora stuck up about
the city, , speak of the want of two nun.
dred laborers on the Capo Olrardcau and
Bt. Louis railroad. Apply to J. Albert,
on the levee at .Ope Girardeau.
Tie.Kt. Nicholas ililllnnl Uall ls ouo
of tho'Iarges't and best furnished' Ih 'tliu
country. It i the resort of both citizens
and strangers who indulge billiard pltiy
IDS dozkn Into style Hats, and others,
at cost, for this month only, at Peter
NefPs, No. 70, Ohio Levee.
Call and examine tho stock and prices
before you make your purchases, mid
don't forget your pocketbooks. ' tf
) S 1 I I
ITjostso our tiik kntihk stock ov
ready madeclothlng, furniihlugooil's,
boots, shocv, hats, caps, trunks and vails
i'n at Y. Nell"1!, no. 79, Ohio Lee, ut
actual coat, for cash only.
MuHnrtt. Miller and Miller havojust re
ceived nn unusually large, well assorted
and strictly fash i on a 1)1 e supply of pleco
goods, to which they ask special atten
tion. Tho lot embraces the Illicit cloths
and cus I mors ever brought to Cairo, and
hucIi a variety ofstylcs that all tastes may
be accommodated. Suit or garment
from these goods uro made to order In the
t!l manner aud latest style, and at
figures that will defy competition. For
proof of this they only ask to I put upon
trial. At all events call around and see
the new goods. Jau25tf.
A German girl oronrin, a good cook
to go to Prtducnh. Apply to well ond
Jacob, No. 02 Ohio levee. (.'afro,
1cktu:TUkrlt , ,
Only four daya remain now iu which
to securo election tickets. As each cau
dldato will want tho tickets in hand tit
least two days in advance of the election,
It it high time that tho order for tho
quantity desired, wore handed In.
Not I of to llir Tax.impern ofMlrxamler '.
I will bo In my office at tliu court houso
every day during this month for the pur
poso; of receiving State and County taxos
now duo Cairo III. Sub. 1st 1870
feWtd. Jj. n. MYERS Collector.
Ask me UidUaMalils auUtn)- will tell
you that Phalon'a Vltalla or Salvation
for the lmlr Is tho favailto artlclo for ro
VlvJug tho natural tlngo of blanched or
fading ringlets. Clear as fluid glass,
wholesome to tho skin oh water, undls
colorabio hy tho light, without any min
eral odor nnd yielding no sediment, It
defies competition and courts comparis
Kt. Nicholas Hold, February Uih. ,
James Patteraou,.Chlcago; L Webster,
Ht Louis; It Smith, Mo; S RIake, City;
E Norton, Du Quoin E Oilman, Indian
apolis; R Gody, Now York; C Prontls,
AVnshlilgtoujiCJ Shyods, Washington;
A Pollard, Washington; IH Nicholas,
Frankfort; John P Washington, Mem-,
phis; Heury Flqod, ioksburg; Miss J
Landy, Arkansas; Sv Newman Cincin
nati; J Howell, Norfolk; Miss Gosdou,i
'Ky ; -James Clark', Champaign ; Thomas
RarrowmauC.py.vMp.;,. R Cormac,
St Louis'; W Decker, Davetipo'rt.
Tlie St. ailriolun Hotel auil lteataurniit.
Till popular and eligibly located house
of public entertainment is now fitted
aud furnished throughout In good stylo;
and, under tho niauagemont of Messrs
Walker & SIsson, Is doing a largo and
thriving business. It is kept upon tho
European! pluu tho guost culling for
what he wntits whou hq wnuts it, whoth
er.iii.tho day or nltjht time, and paying
only for 'what ho orders. Tho rooms aro
lurge and clean, furnished with the best
ofMHM dntl bedding while all otlior fear
.torei'bf the 'eBtabllshmerit are" arranged
uwJtli an eUeclql eye to tiounmfort uud
dnVenlecd'oftlibKUesls. Ui' jtiqtf
TIIK IEU KliKV T1IKI T.
o . . v
A Damaging Theory KqMdchcd.e
Tllocfoliowfng letter cxplofrfs.ltsolV:
Rock Island, 111., Feb.' U, 1870.
Q EN.TiiKM kn ! ,1 am ,ln..recpipt .ot ft leti
lerlrom Cairo, this mocnlug, fictitiously
signed "Fair Play." It Informs mo that my
partner, Mr. J. Epstein', claims to hayo
been robbed in Cairo; but that scarcely
anybody .Uollevei.lt; thatibVtliluk (hat
Mr. Epstein robbodl himself to cheat tho
firm. Concluding ho advises mo. to
Such a letter does not, In the IbaSt,
shako my confldoncoln tmrhonestynnd
integrity of Mr. Kpsttlu because I hava
known him many yoars, and know that
ho would not wrong mo out dtlip'. valup
of a single ccut. Ho U too "'well' knoVn
in this country for such vile Insinuations
to afreet his ahara6tor,ihd fdrtlierrnore,
ho voluntwlly oflerudou hJa-aeturn
homo, tosnstuin tho 'Whol- Ioes ihlmeelf.
He has more money Invested In tho busl
uess tliaithavoj but If tho vholbyero
mlnolco'uld'not cslfalo fo'Trust Iffo
u is management anu Keeping. i
It Is highly probiblo thnt-'-Fale. Plajl"
Is Interested in the robbery himself, "ml '
to divert suspicion tries to implicato an
honest anil, innocent, man, Otherwlso
he would have boldly signed his own
proper nhnlc; ihd' faced (hVb'rfusequen
coi. ' I Shivery Respectfully, 'u
S. RosEKFittvL '
'IUK.VEK MASfJL'ElUDF. BALI
Win. lilntclou llnll, 1'cli. aim.
T OJ-Lo'-i ' '(
A Gruud Maruerade Bali will b given
as abpyef uudprtUe r,ini(3ipltlteiCalroi
Turners. The public generally Is invltedj
to attend; th rijtttuagcuieu tr pledging,
themselves that uo oflort will bo spared
to render the occasion one most
pleasant and entertaining to alt who'
mayjatudrti (1(,ij)Bl( Jllrlfi '
COMUITTKK pi" AMI XS UKM KNXS :
' R. UimiAOir.
. H. SCU MKTZUOHl'.
RrUrl Oonarlliuru and Alttemtv.
Wdaro on'tho very evtiof tbo charter
election without--single eftiididate-lu
the field for a rctt in .tiio city council,
Tliere Is an adage to(thc,cUect fbPiJj f'
bird that can slng,'"'0''t sfhg, It liipald
bo maJe to slug.V Tlero Js ubuiij
daucoofgood maturlaf, for tliu. seats to
become vacant in Iho council, and to
thht'ihali'ilal we'Vrrfulff wpjAy tfWUilaej
Tho term of ofllco of Col. Ileardeu, of
the First Ward; P. W. IJarclay, Esq.t ;of
tbe Second Ward, and William Martini
from the city at large, all of the Se
lect 'Tounclt, cxplro by limitation, For
tfieso offices, and for .tho six scats tprfic
come vacant in tho Hoard of Aldermen
This exhlblta a sad remissness some-whore-
,Tla ofllc'ittro ottopmuch Im
portance to bo appropriated by anybody
who may chooso to mako an effort for
them. Good men should bo selected and
";ool Mruturc aud Kummluj; 0cr."
Dooley's Uaklng I'owder has hlrfea'dy
taken the precedent over others, Hfonx
its well known strength and purity; but
fisldo from theso facts, it is put up in cani
lmldlng the full weight as represented
'wiifcir ' Is rarely "the &Yo with
thoso of .ordinary,, manufacturd
Hence, Dooley's Raking Powder
"t'a'tlfo'b'o't','itorjiit,', Btrbrigbsfand cllcapr
est over oll'cred to thV consumer, ami
ever onoi who haaused it-inlli readily
testify to this assertion, febl l3tmw&s
A rroposrd Jolllflrntloii.
The colored population held a mass
meeting ih'iue A. M. E. 'Church, last
night, to arrango for a celebration when
the ratification of the XVth amendmont
shall havo boon officially promulged.
Elder Jlrown was chosen chairman, and
J. J.RIrd, secretary. Spoeches of a very
enthusiastic character were made by tho
chairman, secrotary, W. T. Scott and
others. A comtriltteV 'of 'arrangements
was appointed uud other steps taken to
secure a general aud successful Jolllfi-i
cation. "' u -L ' .ii i
Tho completest stoch of gentlemcn'4
furnishing tpods, In i the,, city,, in to bo
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
bo a remarkable "want, indeed, In this
Hue thut they..canuotjJa.tIsfVcbrJliL8PP)y
at the very )owest figure .ruling in the
market. ' 1 tf.
Tljo vtoyk of Uk hats Miller & mu
er's comprlifcs tho've'ry latent slyles and
the finest make of tho season. The
Variety Is very great, thCBrwk'Marg'o.
and -price IraVo been 'reljulat'M'to iKrl
nionlKo'wIth the times. Call in'taful r;eici
'arriliitf.' " " "t'f
A special meeting of this company will
be held fhlH'Weduosiilay)" ovdhlntfPFeb
ruary 10. at 7 o'clock. Business of lm
portanco wll be transactcdt By order of
tho President:' 4
JOS. B. TAYI.OH,
t A4 no iuur-
t i Seoretarv,
jioici lor Htui
We GUioteh.fltiQranjIA'ojyfM', conr
tnlnlng fifteen roooms, and u storo room
2J by feet,()-Kvr information apply at
.this. 'fl)f, "r-.'A iMiprfliirlvtnr.mt.l?1"
premises. .ll.AiU'l febl53t."
"niKMKsi'lN J9E'l-rEndt4.BU jiveh
. Get your oleolloH,tUikiipi;lP feeiS&yer
i (mm) ' ' .'.) -4 i . i n
WEDNESDAY KEn.;10XII 1870, 29TH DAY.
Erastu3 Bascom, by his noxt friend, vs
Thos McGlnness, guardian; partition;
decreo for salo of premises and continued
Joseph W Clcmentvs Stephen H Olem
ent; injunction; motion to approve rc
ceiver'a bond denied and leave given to
The People &c. vs Catharlno Hancamp
motion for now trial sustained.
Henry W Billings vs Mary McKenzIo
et als, partition ; report of commissioners
set asldo and, same commissioners order
ed to mako roappraisement of premises.
Henry W Billings vs Jennie McKcnzie
ot als, partition; report of commission
ers set aside and samo commissioners or
dered to make reappralsement of prem
ises. " Cotlrttuen aUJ6nrncd until to-morrow
mdrnlng at 0 o'clock;
Use Ender's Chill Cure. "It never
The Aurora oil will give a clear and
brilliant light, and is entirely non-explosive.
Aipeltd Capital and JLabor.
Tho BUggestions.of " A Mechanic,"
maaep'utllo through 'yestorday'sBuI
letln,' deserve the serious consideration
, alike of our mechanics and men of capital.-
;Tho establishment of an ogrlcul-tur'aV-implement-uianufactory
tho agency of associated labor and capi
tal, seems entirely feasible, and there Is
no good' rdascm "why tho suggestion 3n
that bohulf might not beat onco acted
upon1 " ' '
Altliough the conclusion that the sub
scription of $2-3 each by two hundred
nion will' Turrjjsh d capital or f 20,000 Is
not a mathemutfeai fact, it'Is altogethci;
probablo tliat $20,000 might bo rulsed as
"A 'Mhaulo" suggests, by subscription.
TJio situation ofCalro, on tno very
threshold of the best market, for agrlcul
turkllrifpieraents, In the world, would
insure . pilck return?,' thus 'placing it
wlthlu the scope of possibility to carry
on u successful aud nrofltubJo business on
,a capital of $20600. The proximity of
tho most desirable timbers, and the ap
plication of half of tho operatives' earn
'In'gs to 'an Increase' of the capital Mock,
would contribute greatly to tho success
of such an enterprise, and no doubt help
ft'safely'btfe'rthe flrstfew years.orits ex
istence, which Invariably" form tho most
trying period with undertaking1, of that
One tjiouhand yaiidsov ow.en and
steel uilxcoJeans.atGOund 76 cento per
yard, at P. NefTs, no. 70, Ohio Levee, tf
The Aurora oil Is tho cheapest, safest
and- elerfnest burning fluid ih iise. It
may be had at 02, ohlo levee.
hy tbe C'utru
JIha.uiembor.of .the Cairo Coaluo pro
posp an obervauco of th.'lt; third anni
versary day by a masquerade baili'lu
WaahIugtouIIalI, ou Monday, Februury
2Sth, which they expect to render an
affair pleasant to all who may choose to
participate. The management refer with
prido,fo,the jnaiuoraUo balls horetofore
given by the Casino, aud promise that
tho ball here announced shall bo of the
most respectable and interesting chn-
Committee of Arrangements Louis
lirefbertlHi Meyer, ItobUBrlbach: !
Better than tho best. Normau'sChaly
boatoCough Syrup. Jf i). Humm keeps
It' Try Ja b'ottlej oniy 75 cents.
r feb 11 Otd
Did you know that Norman's Chaly
beato Cough' 8ynip will relievo tho worst
cases of Asthma, Croup, Scc. Sold by S.
J. IIubiiu 1 1 1 FebUOtd.
a 1 1 111 1 i - 11 1
Tho present winter is tho mildest we
have experienced sluco 1801-2. Notwlth-
rstaudug pUs fact tho editor of William
son county U'Tienu, wuo uyes wiuiin iwo
or three hours ride of Cairo, says that
tho severity of tho winter is almost un
exampled. Wo can't Imaglno what
makes him think so. Possibly ho hasn't
When, several weeks ago, tho fire-bells
sigualed tho outbreak of a lire In Mr.
Culull's rcsldoucc, Jimmy Smith, with
.other firemen, was engaged in tho pas.
times q( tho St. Mary's fair and festival,,
at least a mile from thesoeuo of the fire,
With a speed that outstripped many of
his, fellows, he gained the ground, and
all aglow with beat, uud wet with pros
plrutlou he entered actively upon tho
illnnhurL'o of his dutv as (Iranian, fit mm
moment being scorched by tho Humes
and at another drenched with frpezlug
SvWt'er?' When allAvas done'th'at could
. ' ir. .... . .
uo none, no reiurneu wun nis company
to the engine house, and there, with his
clothing stiffened by Ice about him, as
sisted in putting away tho engine aud
apnratuq, audi responded to his name at,
Troll ball-. This iloiie-tlio full duty of 'a
vgood fireman discharge le returned
horde. 1 Tlias6 rho iiow lobk upon his
watted, body, tho hcotio Hush unon his
'kdle,4kB, .XU,Q;;unualurulI bclisUtuosai.of.his
'eyes, arid Ust9n tQ the ory, holl9Y cough
.that is fat .wearing away his life, can
say vl,at ailrcman.does Mild dares, in
tho dlfToharge of hUduty. Jlmmy( Smith
bus bebu a wild boy, itls said, but in tho
4on9,act, of jljoblo Uarlpg that, has sq 1m-
Vjmm? ."ysr i y,riu "'"overs,
ftA with muntlo, his earlier follies and
waywanlh'ess. " ' 1
FE lBFUIi CASUAMY.
Mitt Killed iuia Home tijstorytJ by
Durlug tho prevalcuco of tho storm
Monday evening ttyoung man named
Alfreii Calmer1, stopped for shelter, at a
dwelling houso about midway between
Ullln and tho saw mill owned by Mor
ris, Rood & Co.- Ho was ou his way to
the mill, whero ho had secured employ
ment, and while- standing In tho door
way, conversing", with the mastor of tho
house, there camo a terrific flaBh of
lightning that killed him Instantly, and
scUha building on fire. Iho proprietor
of Iho house waigreatfy sKooked, but re
covered, in' 'time to save a portlon'of hls
effector 'but the houso burned, to tho
ground.. Young Palmer'o parents, who
aro said to bo honest and hardworking
people, live near1 Pulaski; and thither
tho body ijvos convoyedor burial.
A popular Loveo rcstaurauteur, lu ro
eponso to our Inquiry after news this
morning, deluged us in tbo manner fol
lowing: "Tho Dutch have captured Holland
Fresh .oysters .at. Louis Herbert's Casl
nd ball on. the 2oth lust. A big drunk
last night, embraced tho Lereo from 4th
to to 8lh 'street Biver failing Flour S7
per barrel For first class hotel, accom
modations go to tho St. Nicholas Nono
but the brave deservo tho fair For tho
diarrhea use Arter's Blackberry Balsam
A Lovoo pugilist hi dieting ou cuckold
burs and slpe-water The attempt to.sal
ivato the mouth of tbo Chip was a
wretched failure Freights plenty and
steamboats ecarco "Bo kind to thy sis
ter" And wrltik my honest hand,. Or
lando, and adieu!"
Witli a stately step'aud a majestic car-1
rlago he. then "mizzled."
Breast Flu homt. 1
A lady's circular Jet breastpin, pearl
center piece, tho margin ornamented
with smal pearls and jet alternated. The
finder will be suitably rewarded by leav
lug the pin atthetesidenoeof Dr. Ward-J
ner, 69 Walnut street feb!43t
Wanted at tne HUCharlra Jlotcl.
Wo want Immediately at the St. Char
les Hotel, a good Washer and Ironer, to
work in our Laundry. Liberal wages
paid. Jewett Wilc6x,4 Co., Prop's.
As a portion of the tickets printed by
us last year yet 'remain unpaid for, we
shall be Inexorable, this year, In our Re
mands forpaymeut on delivery.
.' Everybody . uses Wzard Oil, and
Barclay Bro's. sell It'cheap for cash.
Patronize home institutions. Buy from
There was an attempt to" charivari a
newly married couplo up town, last
nlght,ljut the-brlde-groom Informing tho
crowd that he would feel called upon to
set several pairs of eyes in. black putty;
and to fix up a miscellaneous collection
of soro heads, If thoro was a porsiatonco
lu tho noncsense, things became re
markably quiet, all of a sudden.
Besides a very complete stock of tin
ware, C. W. Henderson, 100 commercial
Avenue, presents to tho trade a splendid
!varloty of cooking stoves, among others
tho "Pomona," the "Veteran," tho
Oak," and tho "States',' tho latter a
coal stove. Tliese, add any other
mako desired, will bo sold at a small ad
vance on manufacturers' prices.
Youths' nors' ANncmumN's cloth.
Ing at less than Now York, prices, will
boiold this motth, at NeiTfl rogardle.sa.of
cot. , "4I ,tf,
A gay company, consisting of six young
goutlomen, left town' this mornlng'lu a
two horse sprlngwagon, for a hunt In
tho woods about Unity. ,They left .word
for a four horso team to follow them to
collect and brlugln tho game. A seventh
gentleman was anxious to join the
crowd, and borrowed gun and equip
ments for that purposo; but his bteath
smelling of spirits, and it being discov
ered that Ho had a flask ih his pocket' he
was peremptorily ejected from tho war;on
and commended to tho kind offices of tho
OU 8 ALE OU RENT.
One two. tory MUCK HOUSE, with xtoro-rooin
nml ilwcllliiK nttaclirJ, rciulilltifc' of riehl roonw,
fjooJcHlern, do. Al for !, out COTTAGE, on
To.ntli iitrepi. f (Itp rootm nni rlitern, 01c. ' Kor
further Inforiiintioii, Inqinro at V.t Comincrc!:U
1 UNA UD
HTEAM NUIl'M Icavu wfukly from New York,
Liverpool Mild Quttnitmvu.
For paiDutfo apply tu CIIAS.T. lll.NDK,
, Citing lllmoli.
Or to fi. ItOWE, Oon. Wcntoru AgMit, No. 2 !.akp
To ull Imiu it miiT oonccrn.
Ciuylit in ti.o '5IiUl.i river nppo.ll Ilplmnut
My., 'Iwo llulea t'oltuu.. Unlem muit Ih cilliil for,
properly prutea atiuilemaml paid wltli'j thirty uiy
tno hkiiio mil LKc)i.i (or nccoimt of clurae. iron pur
tioiilurH nddreax.Frunk W. Jluudlor, I. O.lt.iuwfutrf
t...t (.,l.n 111 L..I.U I....U
JHnVAVrK cilK'AV-K'ew Cottage and thi
; ldii;otrur liooiiitmid Hmeeniii HirteU. ' 1
marlWtf - v:KKa'.H4iBfcr, Ally
vmi-iimi,n.iuuj.i - - - .n-ru-f.nn - -f-f - - - -------. "
lot City Trcasarer.
W aro authoritcd to annonnco Mr. JOHN HF
IjAND, ai a candidal) for rc .election to thoofflcs of
CityTrenutcr. . . i2S
We aro authoritcd to announce lhat J. D, TAYLOR
will be a candidal for City Treasurer, at iho ensuing
charter election.. JanUtd
For City Clerk. j
Wo aro authoritcd lo announce that WILLIAM IT.
MOHIU3 Is a enndidato for the o0co of City .Clerical
tho ensuing charter alcctlon. to
Wo aro aathorUed to announce tKat J0HS BROWN
isaeandldato for the office of City Clerk, at the ensu
ing charter eloctlon. j anlti,,
We aro authorised to announce that J. C.CROW
LEY will bo a candidate for the offico of CJIty Clerk at
tho ensuing charter election. Janaotd
For City MarshaJ, '
Wo arn authorized, to announce that MICHAEL
JUMUttlCK, will bo a candidate for reelection to th
ofllco of City Manhidattho ensuing municipal' elec
Wo aro authoritcd to announce tliat'JOSKPII AR
NOLD will bo acandldatofor tho oflko of City Mri
shal at tho ensuing charter election. , te
We aro authorised to annonnco that DANIEL Ifo?
CAUTHY, present ehlcf of police, will be a candidate
for thcofflcoof City Marslul at tho ensuiag charier
Vot City Attorney.
Wc are authorlted to announce that VONTAINK E:
ALnniGUT will bo a candidate for tko offlcoof Oily
Atttrney t the ensuing clmrUr election: ii
COAL BARGE LOST.
"JOST CO All BARGE. ,
A lifxral reward will bo paid the finder br sendfni
Information to Cairo. Md bro wa l.K wet lour,
doeked over, marked N.J. Dlgler otiaUn, ud had a
tin numbo:3or i on the end. It got away frv Cairo
and waa turned bottom u pwrd. . . .
feM-dlm A. L. BilOTWELL k B6H
In hereby piten tint default having occurred. In .
th iierforinance of tho, conditions azpresswl la a .
certain .Mortgage or Deed of Trust executed by
Jodn'O Krinti to Hamtiel Btaatn Taylor and Bdwin 1
1'ari.on', Tru-teea of tho Cairo City rroperty,
datixl tho Twenty-third day of January, A. V. ,
K-C3, recorded In tho Recorder's office, hi and n
for Alexander ioualy, In thoKlato of Illlaolt , in
Hook I' of Deeds, paso IV), said mortgage or deod
of truit conrcylnt? tot numbered (l'i) Twelro In
Illock numbercl W (Ninely.two) In the Kirst Addi
tion to the City of Cairo, In said county and Slate.
We, tho undorslgned, said Trustees, will on
Wednesday, the Huoond day of March. A. D. 1170,
at 10 o clock in the forenoon of that day, undr
and by virtue of tho power of salo contained in'
said Mortgage, sell, at 1'iiblia Auction, to the high.
it bidder, for cah, at the olllcu butlJlng of aald
Tmstces, corner WaihioRion avenuo and 1Mb,
street, in said city or Cairo, in Alexander eonaty
and HtAto of Illinois, said lot numbered Twelve J
() In Mock numbered M (ninety-two) la tho a
first addition to the city of Cairo, arcordlnglo tho 1
plut thereof, with the appurtenaocea to sstisfy tko
purrioosand condition of said mortgage,
Kited, Cairo, Illinois, February othAslo.
S. HTAATH TAYIiOR, . a
Truiteeiff tho Cairo City Property.. ,
U herebvrlronthat default llivlnu occurred In
tliu perfornuueo of the conditions oxpreisad in a
certain Mortgage or Deed of Trust executed by
I'atrick Luton to bainuel HlaatsTaylerend Kdwln
l'aMotu, IVuilef of th Cairo City Property, dated
theTblrd day of December A. I). Unrecorded In
tho lteeorder's office, In and for'Alexandercouu
y, In tho titato oflllinole, In Hook V or Deeds,
pageve, said mortpago nr deed nj trust convey-
ing lot numbered Twenty-rlre InMoolcnum.
l.red Tweuty.seven, (x7) in tho first Addition lo
thecity of Cairo, In said county anil Htate. We,
the underslgneil, said Truotecs, will on Wednes
day, tho H.v-ond day of March, A. U. at W
o'clock In the forenoon of lhat day, under and by
virtue of tho power of aalu contained in said
mortgage, nil, at subtle uue.tion, to tho hlrUem
biiMvr lor cash, at tho offico building of said
Trustees, corner Washington nvenuo and lfrh
street, in said city of Cairo, In Alexander county
and statu of Illinois, aaid lut numbered (ti)
Tnunly.rlTo, In block numbered Twenty.aeveu
(2.) In the first addition to the city of Cairo, ac
cording to tho recorded plat thereof, with the ap
iHirtrtiances, ut satisfy tho purposea and condi
tions of said mortgage.
i-uicu, i.4iro, Illinois, rrnruary uin, io.u.
H. HTAAIH TAVWJK.
Trustees of the, Cairo City IToporly.
Is herebr circn that that default havlnc occur
red In Iho perforinaneo of th enndlUoas ex
pressed in a certain Mortgsge, or Doed of Trust
execute! by Charles Lancaster to Samuel StaaU
Taylor aud rldwin I'arsons, Trustee of the Cairo
City Properly, datpl th Tbirlleth day of Nor
emter, A. D. Iw'J. rrcordel In tho Recorder'
ollleo, In nmt for Alexander county, In the Utato
of Illinois; In Hook K of Deeds, psge itt Ac.,
said marlgagn or dtd of trust conveying lot
numbered 0 uix) In Illock numbered III) For
seven In the Kind Addition to the city of Cairo;
In sant county nnlntate. we, tno anaeratgneu.
aid Truxtecs, will on Wednesday, the Hrcond
day of March, A. D. 1S70, at 10 o'clock In the
forenoon of that day' under and by virtue of tho
powrr of sale contained In sold mortgage .ssllat
public auctlon.to tho hlsheat bidder for.cash.at tho
ollleo building of sauj Trualeei. corner of Wash
ington avonuo and Uth slieeti" in said city of
Cairo, In Alexander county and State of llllnoU.
said lot nnmbered (6) six in block uumbeied(47)
fortysevvn in the tlrst addition to tho city of
Cairo, according lo the recorded plat thereof,
with the appurtenances, to satisfy the purpose
Slid f on. Illiunn of said mortKSge.
D.ilcd, Cairo, Illinois. Kebriury 9th, JS70,
H. STAATH TAYLOR,
Trmteesof the Cairo City l'ropwty.
ti hereby slvcn lhat default lisviiif occurrad
ill the erforiuancu of the conditions expressed
In a certain Mortgage, or Dod of Trust.exeeuted
by Joseph H. Clearer to Samuel Utaata Taylor and
Kdwln Parsons, Trustees of the Cairo City Pro.
perty, dated the Klcventb day ot May A. D. MW,
and recorded In the Recorder's office, In and for
Alexander county, in Iho Htate of lllirois, lu
Hook P of Deeds, pago'JI, said mortgsge or deed
of trust conveying lots numbered UW Twenty,
21, (Twenty.one) xi, (Twenty-two) IS, (Twenty'
three) SI, (Twenty. four) tf (SixtyninejlO, (Her
enty) 71, (Heventyone) In Hlock numbered li
(Fifteen) In the 4th Addition to the elly of Cairo,
In said county ami State. We, the undersigns',
satd Trustees, will on Wednesday the Second day
of March, A. D. 11170, at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon of that day, under and by virtue of tbe
power of sale cotitalnod In said mortgage, stll al'
publio auction to tbe highest bidder for cash, at
Iho otlice building of said Trustees, corner Wash,
ington avenue nud 18ln street, lu said city of,
Cairoi in Alexander county and SlaU of Illinois,
snid lots nuniH.sd ) twenty, (21) twenty.one,
itt) Twenty-two, ()) tnty-tliree, (21) twenty
four, (wf lixty nllif, (70) seventy aoi (fl) sevsu
ly iine, lu t.lock numbered (15) fifteen lu the
fourth addltlun to the city of Cairo, aooording lo
the recorded plat thereof, with tho anpurtenanees,
to satisfy the purposes ami condition of said
luir.i. Uilio, Illinois, Kebrusry Cth, 174..
8. STAATS TAYLO.
Trustees of the Cairo City Properly.
Is hereby given that dsf.ult having occurre.1 '
in tho performance of Ihe'conditUus expressed in
a certain Mortgage, or Deed of Trust esecute by,
Kdward H. Weukly to Hamuel Hlaals Tayleraad
Kdwln Parsons, Trustees of Iho Cairo City Pro.
perty, dated the Tweiity.rlflh day of January A. D.
1HW), and reconled In Ilia Itecorder office, iuand '
for Alexander County, in the Htate of Illinois, tn
Hook P. of Deeds psge M, said Mertgago or deed
of unit oouveyiUL' lut numbered (;'S) twenty bte
in block number 81 (eighty one) in the first addit
ion to tho city of Cairo in said county and 'state.
Wis ttM nndtmOgtieil, said trustees, will fn iV(4
nesday the second day ot March A. D. 1870, at lo
o'clock in the forenoon of that day, under and by 1
virtue of the power of sate contained In said Mort
gsgit, sell, at Publio Auction, lo the highest bid. I
tier, for cash, at tho office building of said Tru.
tees, corner of Washington Avenue and lMhstruti,
iu said cliv of Cairo, in Atexr.ndor county and
Htate of lllluols, said lot numbered (a,) ..
Tuenly rlro, in block numbered 81 (aigbiy..
one) in Iho first addition to the said cay
t ivo, aeoordiagto tho reoordod plat. ilktt!,
with tho appurtenauces, to satisfy tlio imrooje,
and condition or said Morlgugei ' ' 'V J -1 Sf
Dated, Cnlrn, III., February 0th, 1670. .ltd I
1 B. BTAATHTAYIiOR,
, BDWIN PARSONS,
Trustees of the clro City IVonerty,