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NEWS OF THE CITY.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1870.
The Aurora oil will not Htaln or greaeB.
Tlio cclnbrated Aurora oil can bo had
at No. OliOIilo Lovce. jiuiIM-lm
BACK COATS AT LK3S THAN COST AT
P.NeiPs, no. 70, OhloLovee. tf.
. ,. , ... .
Go to 02 Ohio Lovee for Aurora oil. It
lu cbeap and Hafe, and docs ,not Hnioko
chlirinles. i fibltifiw '
1200 I'aiiis of nsHorted patitH, with
ventH to mutch, at coHt, at No. 70 Ohio
Pltcb.er& Henry'H largo stock of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, HtoveH, tin warn, cto
will bo Hold without regard to coat. tf
A splendid lot of calf boots and gal.
tera will arlvo at P. NefPn next week,
nnd will bo Hold low for cash. tf
The finder ol a small gold sIooto IniU
tou, upon which Is Inscribed two Ini
tials, will bo paid lt valuo by leaving It
nt thin office. -t
Infants. Much Buttering to these
tender llttlo buds of the human family,
might bo allayed by using Mrs. Vblt
coiub's Syrup. Kee advertlteinotit in an
nother column. foblid&wlw
Tbo Continental Is the only cook Htovc
with sliding oven doorn. Warranteil In
all rcsriects. Pitcher Henry, al 102
Commercial avenue, cor. J2th street.
The Ht. Nicholas lHlllartT Hall U one
of thu largest and best furnished in tho
country. It U tho resort of both citiw.-iiH
and strangeru who Indulge billiard play
CLOSING OUT TIIK KNTIIti: STOCK OV
rcsujy) inadeelolhjng, furnliildyt: goods,
boot, shocw, liaii, caps, irurikri und 'valla
u at P. NelPs, no. 79, Ohio Levee, at
actual cost, for cash only.
A regular meeting of thu Delta
7Aldge No. MS, I k 'A. M., will bo
held at tho Masonic Hall this (Tuesday,)
oveulng, at 7 o'clock.
Work In Ii.;A. degree. K. A., and vis
itors Isvited. Jkwktt Wilcox,
There will be a ball at tlio River Shan
non Houso, corner of Poplar and Twen
tieth Btrcct, Haturday night, under the
taauMgeiuuut of O'Loughlln, MoIIale
aud Fitzgerald. James Keating, wljo
gives the ball, expect nil his friends to
be present. Ticket Wet.
Memra. Miller and Miller hnve Jutt re
ceived an unusually large, well assorted
and strictly fashionable wupply of j)leco
goods, to which they usk npeclal atten
tion. Tho lot embraces the finest cloths
and caslmer ever brought to Cairo, an'f
auou a variety ofitylen that all taste may
be accommodated. Suits or garment
from these goods arc made to order in the
best manner and latest style, aud at
figures that will defy competition. For
proof of this they only ask to be put upon
trial. At all cvenbs call around and set'
tho new goods. Jan'-iolf.
Notice to the Tx-piirr or.tlrxnildrr Co.
I will boln my office at tho court houso
every day during this mouth for the pur-'
pono of receiving .State and County taxes
now duo CalroHl. Feb. 1st 1870
febltd. JL. 1L MYERS Collector.
TbnuUa to ltt Y. Jl. I. A.
The lady managera of tho Cairo Or
phon Asylum tender an acknowledge
ment to tho Young Men's Dramatic As
soclatlon, for a donation of thirty-eight
dollars, that sum being the net proceeds
of tho exhibition recently glvon in the
Athcneum. Tho money comes most op
portunely and will coutrlbuto much ti
tho comfort of tho llttlo ones confided to
the koeplng of tho Asylum.
Alktlin JLasliee Maine Mtul Ihey will Irll
you that Phalon's Vitalia or 6alvatlou
for tho hair Is tho favorlto nrticlo for re
viving the natural tingo of blanched or
Jading ringlets. CI tsar us fluid glass,
wholesome to the skin as water, untlls
colorablo by the light, without any min
oral odor and yielding no sediment, it
.defies competition and courts comparis
I.rjT C'rimlicil by tile Care.
Edward Coleman, a brakesman, at
tempted to Jump on tho cars of tho I, M.
railroad at Holmont, on Wednesday
evening, while they wero in motion,
and losing hta footing full upon tho track.
Tho wheels of one of tho cars passed
ovor Ilia leg, crushing it from tho kneo
downward in a shocking manrior, In
flicting probably, mortal injuries. Ho.
wis carried tp a neighboring houso,
wkaro lio received all-tho attention pos
jdbhi under tlio circumstances.
Zlio ht. MlcholBJt Hotel ami lieataiiraiit.
Tills populur and eligibly located houso
of public entertainment Is now fitted
and furnished throughout in good stylo
and, under tho management of Messrs
Walker & SIssou, 1h doing a largo and
thriving business. It Is kept upon the
Kuropcun plan tho guest calling for
MVhat.ho wants whon lie wants It, whoth-'
cr'ln tho day or night time, and paying
only for.what ho orders. Tho rooms are
lurgo and clean, furnished with the best
,.pf bqds aud.baddiug, vlilo all other fea
turen; of' tlfe ektoLlMitiieiituro' arranged
with un especiul eye to tho comfort and
i avenlncop(tlioK4ostH.iii.' jotr
The Notorious Mat II urns
i j n
Quite all tho ten-year residents of Cairo
can readily recall a momory of ouo Mat
Burns, tho notorious proprietor of the no
less notorious "Green, Tree Houso." Tho
champion In a hundred fist-fights, nnd
the solo manager of tho noisiest dances
ofthe times and country, he carried mat
Wra'wTtli'ft filgii" hiind 'left' until tho
military arrlVe" I ' and squelched him.
'QufotlyVaiid almost Unobserved, ho loft
Cairo aud located in Mound City, where
through all tho vlcisltudcsof tho war, ho
held himself in remarkable subjection,
and sold fried fish to tho soldiers.
Blnco tho closoof tho war ho has had
occasion, now and then, to give and
tuko a bunged eye, and to
coutrlbuto Bomowhat to tho
brolhj 'that marred tiio 'qulcl of his neigh?
bbrhood, bat for all these bfTeudliiga ho
inhdu'lecompcnBe by tho payment of
flues and tho attcndcuttrlmmings.
A few weeks ago ho essayed tho dress
jng oir of Jimmy-) Stockton, a young
printer, long a resident of Mound City,
and not only fatted In tho attempt, but
received a thump upon tho head from a
heavy bottle, that gave him a sight of
enough stars to ntbek a very re'speotublo
firmament. Thus matters stood until the
evening of the 1-ltJi inalanf. Stockton
was standing behind the counter of tlio
City Jlrowory, when Jlurns, uudor coyer
of tlio growing darkness, stolo up to an
ouUido window, where, drawing his re
volver, and taking deliberate aim, lie
fired. The ball went crashing Into tho
shelves by Stockton's side', but fortunate'
ly did no further harm. Hums beat a
haty.-roreftt,; and (fejgno(j suprlso when
informed ofthe attempted assassination.
On the loth Instatit.he was arrested, arid'
maintained u bold and defiant bearing
until witness wero procured who saw
him standing at tho window, Jicard there-
toui retreat. lu Uofault of $1,000 ball lio
was committed to fall to answer the next
term of tho circuit court for an, assault
with intent to kill.
TUllNKU MASQUER1DE BALL.
Wnttitnclon'nall, relj. aiirr ,
A Grand Masquerade llall wlll;b glveu
as above, under the auspices of tho Cairo
Turner. TuVflublJe; generally is invited
to attend; tho, management pledging
themselves that jio ellprt will bo. spared
to " render th'o oc,cas"iont,6no most
pleasant nnd entertaining to nil who
COMMITTEE OF AJUlANtJKMI-USTri :
15. WKIL. S
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The Radical correspnpdent othe rad
ical Chicago 'Journal' speaks as follows
of our fellow citizen, John Q; HarmanT
John Q. Harman was sent ud here from
Cairo. Tho Democracy of Egyptwho.,
peem to liavo the balanco of power in the
Convention'' saw that lie was .the pnip
er representative of that class, and there
fore Justly entitled to tho principal of
fice, that of decretory. Harman Is one
of tho toughest hard shell Democrat I
ever met. Jio was Clerk of tho Uemo
cratlc Hoiiio In 1603, nrid has been n bar
naclo clerk of tho .courts of Alexander
county ever slnco I can remember and
one of those clever, good-natured bar
nacle that,,ca'nuot.booust6d bynny'clUJ
Izeus movement. As n Secretary, no Is,
of eoumy excellently qualified. Ho. in
thTu', sparodu'd tall: Wedr'a'lils whiskers
llkoChanfrau In "Barn;" passably good
looking; about thirty-eight years of age?
und a voice smooth and clear. Ho is of
strictly lomperato habits, and very at
tentive to tho delegates.
"Uood HrnNiireand KuBUliiBver."
Dooley's Ilakiug Powder has already
taken tho precedent over others, from
Its well known strength and purity; but
asldo from these facts, It is put up lu cans
holding the full weight as represented
which 'la rarely tbyi caso wltjf
thoso of ordiuury manufacture
Hence, Dooley's Baking Powder
Is tho best, purest, strongest and cheap
est ever ofl'ered to tho consumer, and
every ono who has used it will readily
test If," to this assertion, febl l-3tmwJb
Tho completest stoch of gentlumeu's
furnishing goods In tho city , U to bo
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
bo a remarkable want, iudeod, in this
lino that they cannot Hatlsfuctorlly supply
at thu very lowest. llgures puling In the
ThoBtqak of Bl)k ljats' aCIIlIer 'i. MIU
erVconinrises tho very latest styles "and
.tho fjnest make of tho 'geapij',, ,Tho
variety is very groin, mo biock mrgo,
and' prices liavo neon regulated to bar'
mpnUe.vyl.th tho t,imeit, Cal jn aud ex
am I no", tf
, Hotel Tor Wh.
Thod'soll Hotel,' nt'Grand Tower, con
talniucr fifteen roooms. and a storo room
22 by 4 foot. jFor loforruutloh'apiiy at
this office or to tho proprietor on the
Vrninfsiis. V '
Wanted M tbe HI. ClmrlrM Hotel.
Hotel, tt. good, "WasUer aud Ironor, to
work In our Laundry. Llboral wages
paid. Jewktt Wir.co.x & fcb?, jj'roj's.
Tho Aurora oil will glvJn t!lcaruuii
brilliant light, and Is qntlrely nort-ox
plosivo. ' fv'blCd3w
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THE CITY ATTOBNEYSniP.
A Call spoil John M. LaMidra,' Kq -and
CAino, iLr.., Feb. 10, 1870.
John M. LannJen, Kaq., Att'y nt Lowi
Dkak Sin: Tho undersigned citizens
of Cairo, appreciating your fitness for tho
position would respectfully and urgently
request that you become a caudldate for
tho oflico of City Attoruoy ut tho ensu
ing charter election.
n li llBlll-Uy, J Mart In,
chin H Llely, Jftj H Julton,
II Smyth, WirHhtitter,
Chai Forrit, O 0 DirMnou,
ChMKHurd, I HtirJ.
djii t r nrkor.
O IJ Woodward,
John M Vuor,
Win ilenry, Jr.
O T Ilinda,
H Ji Tabcr,
B W Orn,
O It rAroni,
Jn 3 lUanln,
I) W Munn,
S It Hay,
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Joan W McKoe,
lloed 4 Mann,
B I) Ayora,
Wm II Thomat,
W II BooDold,
II V illako.
Wm U DftTidaoi,
J T Thomi,
K II Pallia,
H V Whfeler,
V II Pope,
It H Ilrlgham,
It II Cunnlughain.
JOIin II I'HIHIB,
II Walnon Vtfhb,
A. I). HalTorJ, II. II. CUndao, H. h. Italllilay, J. Mar
tin nnd olhtra:
Gknti.kiikn : In reply to your com
munication, requesting me to becomo a
candidate for tho oflico of City Attorney,
allow mo to say that the matter was not
mentioned to me until a day or two ago,
and certainly was not thought of by
mo before that time.
llUndcr tho circumstances, however, I
do not feel myself at liberty to declino
I, therefore, announce myself as a can
didate for that office.
' With many thanks for this manifesta
tion of your confidence.
I am, very truly, your obd't scrr't,
John M. Lansdek.
Tb Board of Aldariuea.
At tho election on Tuesday next, six
aldermen must bq choson, as follows:
Two for tho Flmt ward, two for tho Se
cond ward, one for the Third ward and
que for tho. Fourth ward. Tho following
members go out, vie: Carroll, Hulcn,
Hondrlcks, Lour and Itedmau. Had he
lived, AidormanGlbiou, would also liavo
gone out. Tho members holding over,
are Mendel, Theobold, Dranklc, Loner
gan, McKcoand Kennedy.
This thlug of trusting to chance, to tho
spur of tho moment," for men who are
to shape tho municipal airalr of our city
for a whole year Is, to say tho least, haz
ardous. Good men should liavo boon
selected days, oven weeks ago. There aro
many ft'ich who would serve, If urged
thereto; and during tho short tlmo re-
.malnlug, they should bo brought out.
Will not citizens who liavo at heart tho
Interests of the city, take this matter In
hand, while yet they may.
At tho meeting of tho select council,
.held last night, councilman Williamson
tendered his resignation as member
from tho city at large, to tako effect
March 10th. Mr. Williamson was rcso
luto In tho matter, aud with au expres
sion of regret, his fellow couucilmeu re
ceived tils resignation.
Mr. Williamson was au active, hard'
wdrklng nnd efficient officer, nnd wo
Join with tho body of which ho was a
member, in expressing regret that tho
city Is to bo,deprlved of his services.
Ono of ths severest wind andlraln
atorms of tho year visited us last night,
accompanied by a great deal of thunder
and iightuiug. A dark drizzly, disagree
able morning followed, aud about 10
o'clock the sky became so overcast that a
use of gas becamo necessary lu nearly all
the business houses of tho city.
Wo heard of no serious damage result-
Jag from tho high wlndu.
The on tiro expenses of tho city govern
ment during the past year, Including
about $10,000 paid out on debts contract
ed by previous udmfnliitratlous, fall short
of 533,000; aud aro more than $20,000 less
than tho sum oxpended by' Mr. Wilson
lu tho erection and operation of tho
pump that now lies Idlo and useless un
der tho stirfaco of Tenth Street!
Use Endor's Chill
Cure. "It never
"tiii: jiusT in usi:" Enders' Stomach
ONE THOUSAND YA1ID3 OP ORKEN AND
steel mixco Jeans, at 60 and 76 cents per
yard, atP. STefrsMno. 79, Ohio Levee, tf
Tho Aurora oil u tue cneapest, saresi
and cleanest . burning luld in use. It
Way bo had'at 92, ohlo Jeveo.
Better than tho best. Norman's Chaly
beato Cough Syrup. J. S. Humm keeps
It. Try a bottle; only 75 cents,
feb 14 Ctd
Did you know that Norman's Chaly
'beatb'Cough' Syrup will relievo tho worst
cases of Asthma. Croup, &c. Hold by S.
J.'ilumm., , FobHOtd.
"Everybody uses Wizard Oil, nnd
Barclay Tiro's, sell It cheap for cash.
Patronize home Institutions. Buy from
Youths' hoys' and OiriLftKN'a CLOTH.
1 irtgat less tiidu 2sTew York, prices,' ,wll
. beVdlU'llils'iiVoutli, lit NoPa regp.rdloss of
. ' I v.,.
The . fc F. li. R.
Before tho oloso of the present month
alargoforco of hands will commenco
work on . the Arkansas portion of tho,
Cairo and Fulton road, at Whlto river,
about ninety miles from the Missouri lino
towards which polut tho grading will bo
pushed with great-vigor. The means to
carry forward this work havo been pro
vided, and case will be paid from the
start; During a recont conversation
with Col. Allen, Who owns tho franchises
of that portion of tho C. &F. road lying
wjtb)n tho State of Missouri, the Mayor
of this city was Informed that he, Col.
Alien, had a bill ponding beforo tho Mis
souri legislature (tho passago of which
was InsuredHhat would enablohlm to in
form the authorities of Cairo precisely
what ho Is willing and propared to do in
reference) to the Missouri portion of the
road. It is his wish, and, if properly en
couraged his purpose, to build Itho road
from Cairo to tho Arkansas lino, In con
formity with tho orlglonal aims of. tho
projectors of tlio enterprise
Thollatl tant Xlglit.
The ball given by tho proprietors of
tho St. Nicholas Hotel, last night, was
largely attended, and a success ill every
feature. Tho splendid cotillion band
from the steamer Richmond furnished
tlio music, which was not only tho very
thing nfterjwhlch to "trip the light fan
tastic," etc., but was enjoyed, as well by
thoso who were thcro to seo and hear, as
by thoso who whirled away; In tho
giddy mazes. Walker and Sisson wero
themselves throughout the entire
night, making everybody welcome,
pushing forward tho timid, '.restraining
tho forward, and showing by word und
deed, that their motto was: "On with the
dance; let Joy bo unconQncd."
Shortly after "the turn of tho night"
the gay party was welcomed to ono of
tho most elegant suppers overspread in
Cairo. Mr. Henry Myers, steward of tho
St. Nicholas, had performed his part so
well, that his praises were on everybody's
touguc, the unanimous decision being
that as tho purveyor of the popular St.
Nicholas hojwas "the right man. in tho
right place." '
At an early hour this morning tholfld
dies wero boxed, tho Iglrls donned their
"Arabs," "Afghans," etc; the gents their
hats aud overcoats, nndjthen with thanks
to W. 4 S. for tho hours of genuino en
joyment they had roalleed, the party sep
The Casino mosquerado ball will be
held on tho 2Siust., and not upon" tlio
25th, as erroneously stated yesterday.
Judging from arrangements in progress
and tho well known energy of tho man
agers, tho conclusion is unavailable that
the ball will be ono of tho most 8'ucccssfu
even given in Southern Illluols.
Tho Turner Masquorado ball comes off
on tho 21st Inst., the evening proceeding
the day fixed for tho charter election. Of
courso everybody will be present, tho
candidates, their actlvo partizaus, and all
who relish an ovoningof gouulno enjoy
ment. Tho names of tho gentlemen to
whom tho management Is confided fur
nish ample assurance that tho affair will
be one worthy of the society, tho times,
aud tho city.
Wo would impress upon candidates
the necessity for leaving orders for tick
ets, without further delay. It may oc
cur that work In hand and promised will
delay us in filling orders. In which caso
tho caudldato, of courso, would consider
himself aggrieved. Only threodays re
malu In which to secure tickets. Unless
orders aro handed lu during to-morrow
It will bo Imposslblo to fill them beforo
Monday. In that event tho caudldato
will have but llttlo tlmo to offect n dis
tribution of thorn.
Yielding to the nrcraaity of a change in Ihe admla.
titration of our municipal atlulra, 1 liorcby without
regard to party or party nthllallona announce myaelf
a candidate tor Ihe office of Mayor nt the rnmiing
charter clectlan. THOMAS WILSON.
Cairo, III., February Kill, 1870. dtd
Yielding to the aolieltatlona of thorn citltena who
aro dealroua thatnochanyu shall binmloin inunloi
pnl affair that would bo ilintroua to the welfurn of
tho city, I hereby announce myaelf ncandldutu for
re-election to tho otlleo of Mayor, at tho entiling char
teretoctien. JOHN II. OIIEULY.
Cniro, II!., February Hth, l0.-dtd
For City Attorney.
We are authorltM to announce that KONTA1NK K!
AI.1IIII0I1T wilt be ncandldutu for tko uttk'oof City
Atltrney nt the ensuing charter election. td
For Cliy Trraaurtr.
We are authorised to announce 'Mr. JOHN HY
LAM), ai acandldato for re-election to the office of
City Treasurer. to
We aro Authorized to announce that J. II. TAYLOR
will ben candidate for City Trenaurer, at tho ensuing
charier olcctlon. JanUtd
For llty,r:rk. ,
We aro authorized to announce that WILLIAM II.
MOltlUS U a caudldato for tho ottice of City Cork at
tho ensuing charter alvctlon. te
Wo are euthorited to announeo (hat JOHN HROWN
Wacnmlidato for tli oflico of City Clerk, at llioemi).
In); charter election. Janl8ld
Wo aro author! ted to announce (hat J, C. CHOW.
LKY will bo acandldato for the ottloo or City CleiU i(
Ihv cunning charter ulcotlon. Jan2Ctd
For Oily Maraltal,
Wo are authorltxd la announce thai MICHAEL
JUMIIUICK, will bo a candidate for re-election to the
otlleo of CltMaihuJaUhq cukIi municipal elec
tion. '' " an20td
Wo'aro antkorlte4 to announce that JOSKI'H 'All-
OLD will bo a cundlJta for tba oRlca of City Mar
blial at tho euiiilngcliarter election. to
We are authorized to annouueo that DANIEL Mo
CilCTUYt prsejahloforpalifO, will bo acandldato
.forihoolHuoofClly Mv"'ml nt eniiviux ohnrer
'elecllun . . . lef
Besides a very complete stock v6f Jin
ware, C.W. Henderson, lOO'comtbetclal
Avenue, presents to tho trade a'splendld
varloty of cooking stoves, among others
tho "Pomona," tho 'Vcterail, the
"Oak," and tho "States" tho lattr a
coal stove. These, and any other
mako desired, will bo sold at a small ad
vance on manufacturers' prices.
Election tickets, prlntod in our usual
elegant stylo, will bo furnished this year
at tho low price of $5 per thousand, or 3
If any gentlemen desires to be awak
ened from ono of the most posstive delu
sions of his life, let him vlalt the 'Bullet
in' oflico under tho impression that he
will ontaln his tickets on credit. It will
not tako us a half minuto toandecelvo
103 dozen lato stylo Hats, and others,
at cost, for this month only, at Peter
NefPs, No. 70, Ohio Loveo.
Call and oxamino tho stock and prices
beforo you mako your purchases, and
don't forget your pockotbooks. tf
Oct your election tickets. Price $5 per
OR. SALE OR RENT.
Ono two-story BHICK HOUSE, with store-room
and dwelling attached, connlatlng of eight rooraa,
iioodcltlorn, cto. Alao for sale, ono COTTAOK, on
Tenth atrcet, of fi?o roonu and clitem, etc. For
furthec Information, infjuiro at 125 Commercial
la hereby lrcn that default hating occurred la
tho performance or the conditions eJprcaaed la a
certain Mortgago or Deed of Trutt executed by
John O Krlnn to Samuel Staata Taylor and JUwUi
raraoiH, Truateea of the Cairo City I'roptrt,
dated the Twenty-third day of January, A.B.
IMJ, rooordi-d In tho Ilecorder'f office. In and
for Alexander county, In thoHUlo of Illinoia, in
Ilook I' of Ueedi , pago ISO, aald mortgage or deed
of trust conreytng lot numbered (lfl Twelre in
Illoclc numbered im (Mnely-lwo) la Uie Klrat Addi
tion to tho City of Cairo, In aald county and State.
We, tho underalgned, aald Truiteei, will on
Wednesday, theHccond day of March, A. D. VtO,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day. under
and by vlrtuo of tho power of alo contained la
ealct Morlgace, sell, at l'uLllc Auction, to tho high
eat bidder, for cash, at tho oflics building of aald
Truitcea, corner Waahlngton arenue And llth
street, In sabl city of Cairo, In Alexander county
kiwi mate of Illinois, sold lot numbered Twalte
(11) in block numbered 03 (ninety-two) la th
flrat addition to the city of Cairo, according lo tho
plat thereof, with tho appurtenances to satisfy the
purpose and condition of said mortgage. .
Ualcd, Cairo, Illinois, February vth.lslo.
' 8. HTAATH TAYLOJt,
Trustees of tho Cairo City 1'ropcrly.
Is herebrclTenthat default harins occurred In
thoperfvrmaiice'of thn conditions expressod ma
certnln Mortgago or Deed of Trust uxeoutod by
l'atrivk LulontocUinuclHtaalsTaTlcrand Edwin
l'araons, Trustees of tho Cairo City I'roperty, dated
the Third dAy of December A. D. 1MI, recorded in
tho Itecorder's otllce, In And for Alexamlor coun
ty, lulho Stato of Illinois In Hook 1 of Deeds,
paguM, said morigani or ilesd ot trust convey
ing lot numbered Twenty-tire (til Inbloelenum
bered Twenty-scTcn, (27) in Ilia hirst Addition to
thocily of Cairo, In a.iid coun.y nnd Slate, Wo,
the undersigned, said TrnMees, will onWodnes
day, tho Hecond day of March, A. V. 187. at 10
o'clock In the forenoon or that day, under and by
vlrtuo of the, rowcV of sain ccmulneil In aald
mortgago, sell, at aubllo miction, to tho highest
bidder lor cash, at the offlco building of said
Trustee, corner Washington Mrenue anil IHrh
street. In aald city of Cairo, in Alexauder county
and state of Illinois, said lot numbered 114)
Twenly-fire, In block numbered Twenty-seven
(IT) lu tho first addition to the city of Cairo, ac
cording to the rocorded plat thereof, with the atw
purtennncea, to satisfy tlio purposes and condi
tions of said mortgage.
Dated, Oiiro, Illinois, February 9th, 18TO.
8. HTAATrt TAVLOIt,
Trustcssof the Cairo City 1'roporly. '
Is hercbr siveu that that default havlnr oecur-
red In thu pcrfunnanco of tho conditions ex
pressed In n certain Morlgagi-, or Deed of Trust
executed by Charles Lancaster to bamiiel Htaate
Taylor and Kdwiu 1'arsons, Trustees of tho Calru
City I'roperty, dated the Thirtieth day of Nor
ember, A. D. IW, recorded In tho Ilecorder'a
uttlce, In and fur Alexander county, In tho State
of Illinois; lu Ilook K of Deeds, psga 4C9 Ac,
said inrtgsgo or deed of trust conveying lot
numbered 0 (six) in Illock numbered (17) Korty
seven lu tho First Addition tolheclty of Calroi
In said county and Huie. We, the underalgnad,
said Trustee, will on Wednesday, tbo Hecond
day of March, A. D- lk7U, nt lu o'clock In tho
forenoon of that day1 uuder and by virtue of Ihe
power of sale contained Insuld mortgage ,sllat
public auetlon.to the hlrhest bidder for.csih.al the
ortloo building of aald Trustees, corner of Wash
lngtou avenuo and Uth stietti in aald city ol
Cairo, In Alexander county andBtateof Illinois,
said lot numbered (0) six in block uurabered. (47)
forty-seveu lu the tlrst addition to the oity of
Calru, according to tho recorded plat thereof,
with the appurtenances, to satisfy the purposes
and conditions of said mortgage.
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, rVbrmur Old, 1970.
S. hTAATS TAYLOR,
Trustees uf tho Cairo City I'roperty.
Is hereby' given that default having occurred
In the performance of the conditions expressed
In a certain Mortgage, or Deed of Trust, executed
by Joseph II. Cleaver to riamuel Starts Taylor and
Kdwln ('arsons, Trustees of tho Cairo City Pro
perty, dated tho KUventli day ol May A. li. U43.
and recorded In the IteeorCr's otllce, in and for
Alexamler county, in tlio mate or Illinois, lu
Ilook 1' of Deeds, page Ul, snld mortgage or Jeosl
in aald county and Slate. We. the undersigned,
said Trustees, win on weunesuay tho second day
of Marrh, A. D. WU, at 10 o'clock in tho fore
noon of that day, under and by virtue of tbo
power of aale cbiiUilmHl In aald mortgage, tell at
publlo auction totho highest bidder for cash, at
Iho ollko building of said Trustees, corner Wjuh.
iugton avenue and 18th street. In said city of
Calroi In Alexander county and HUte of Illinois,
said lots numbered ( JJ) twenty, (lil)tweuty-one,
hi) Twenty-two, ('J3) twcnty-llimo, ('Jl) twenty,
four, (iw) sixty. nine, (70) scvcnlv ami (71) seven
ty. ouo, In blocs, numbertxl (13) fifteen in Iho
fourth addition to tho city of Cairo, according to
the recorded plat thereof, with tho appurtenances,
to satisfy tbo purposes and condition of said
Da(e.F, Calm, Illinois, February flth, 18T0.
' H. HTAATH TAYLOR,
'frinlees of the Cairo City I'roperty.
Is hereby given that default hating occur!
In tho performance of the conditions expressed In
a certain Mortgago, or Hand of Trust eiecuted by
Kdward II. Weakly to ttamuel Btmals Tayleraad
Kdwln 1'arsons. Trustees of tho Cairo City 1'ra.
iprtv. dated the Twenty. fifth davof Junuarv A. I).
Itkio, and rtHiordcd in the Iteeoriier'a oltioe, in and
for Alexander Couuty, In tho Slate of Illinois, in
Ilook 1', of Deeds pago 154, said Mertgago or deed
of uustcouveylng lot numbered twenty Sva
lu block iiumlMiral (eighty ouo) lu the first addit
ion tn tho city of Cairo in said county and Mate.
We, the undersigned, said truntcos. will on Wo4
nesdur the second day ot March A. D. lsTU, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of that dsy, under and by
virtue of the powerof sale contained In s-i!d Mori.
gsge, sell, nt 1'uMla Auction, to tho hlghnit bid
der, for cash, nt Iho ollloe building of aald Tnu,
tees, comer of Wnshlngton Avenue an J IRII stre.t.
In said cifv of Cairo, in Alexander enmity ami
tttato of Illinois. aal lot nuinb4rvl "'(25)
Twenty' ft vo In block numbered l (olgbly
one) in tho tlrst addition to tho said -city
of tHlro.'aecordlDgto the' recorded 'titat'trieVoor,
with tho appurtenances, to satisfy 111 imposes
and condition of said Morlage. " j-i
Dated, Culro, HI., February uth. 1870-dtd
i H. HTAA'l'STAYLOIt,
e KDWLN I'AIISO.NH, . ,
or trust convejwK ioi numoereii uv; iweniy,
21, (Twenty-one) ti. (Twenty-two) 23, (Twenty,
three) SI, (Twenty-four! tU, (Sixly.iiiue)To, (Sev
enty) 71, (Seventy-one) In llloelc numbered 1)
' fir .nl In tlio 4lli Ailil lion to the cltr of Cilro.