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NEWS OF THE CITY,
F1UDAY, FEBRUARY 18, J 870.
Uho Endor'fl Chill
Cure "It never
Baoic coats at httai than cost ai1
P.NefPs, no. 70, Ohio Loveo. tf.
Tlio Aurora oil will not stulu or greocs
"TirEUi:sTiK tjhi:" 12nUer,' Stomach
: Get your.'electlon tickets. 3'rioo $6 )er
Go to 02 Ohio Loveo for Aurora oil.
Is cheap and Hare, und does not amok
phlmnles. . febl5d3w
Pitcher & IIcnry'B largo stock of hard
ware, cutlery, IooIh, stoves, tinware, etc
will be sold without regard to cost, tf
1200 I'aiiw of assorted pants,
vests to match, at cost, at No. 70
A splendid lot of calf boots and gul
terH will arlvo at P, iNePa next week
nnd will bo sold low for cash. tf
ONE TJtOU8A.NI) YAltDSOK 0IIKKN AND
steel mixcojeans, ut&Oand 75 cents jer
yard, utl. NelPH, no. 70, Ohio Levee, tf
The Auroru oil is the cheapest, safest
and cleanest burning fluid in use. It
may bo had at 92, olilolcveu.
Infants. Much suffering to theso
tender Ilttlo buds of the human family,
might bo allayed by using Mre. vVhlt-
cpmb'a Syrup. See advertisement In uu
nother column. fcbUd&wlw
SM I r -
Tlio Continental Is the only cook stove
with sliding oven doors. Warranted in
all respect. Pitcher fc Henry, at 102
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
fWi -el V ...... - 1
mo oi. idioms Milliard Jlnll is one
of the largest and best furnished In the
country. It I the resort of both citiz"tiM
aud strangers who indulge billiard play
UJ.08I.Sa OUT THK KNTIKK STOCK. OF
rcudy made clothing, furnishing good
booU, shorn, haut, caps, trunks and vails
cb atr. reirs, no. 70, Ohio Levee, at.
actual cost, for cash only.
Tho triangular fight for the office of
city clerk Is Interesting, though not In
tense. Tho candidates, Morris, Crowley,
and Urown, ure popular young men,
each has hosts of devoted aud Influential
friends who are, by no means, Idle.
Besides a very complete stockof tin
ware, C. W. Ilcuderfon, 1W) commercial
Avenue, presents to tho trudu u splendid
variety of cooking Atovcs, among others
the 'Pomona," the "Veteran," the
Oak," and tho "States" tho lattery,
col atovo. These, and any other
make desired, will be sold at a small ad
vance on iuanufacturers''prlces.
The Young Men's Dramatic Associa
tlon proposo auother entertainment,
lomo tlmo during tho coming week.
Llko tho recent one it will be for the
benefit of tho Orphan Asylum. Some of
tho members, among others young Gil
hofTer, made decided hits, and the pro
posed entertainment will bo arranged
With a view to a prominent tiso of the
Iu tho year 1SC1, shortly after tho oc
cupation of Cairo by tho federal troops,
a prayer meeting was commenced in the
Presbyterian church, knowri then us
the "Soldiers' prayer meeting." Ic has
teen held regularly, overy Wednesday
night, si ii co thou u period of nlno years
and shows, even now, no stgus of weari
ness or weak new, on account of old ago.
-Nearly flvo hundred times, tho' Trosby.
terlau church bo I has rung nut a call on
this account, and tho interest still mani
fested argues that tho sanio call will be
rung out flvo hundred times more.
Two celebrated chickens havo boon
matched for a light on Saturday night
next. The fight will take placo In tho
hall over the Sun Flower saloon, com
mencing at 8 o'clock, p.m. Lovers of
sport aro Invited to attend. fedlSt2
Kotlrc to the Tax.njcru of Alrxanilrr Co.
I will bo hi my office at tho court houso
every day during this mouth for tho pur
pose of receiving btato and County taxes
i;niro in. ioi). 1st 1870
L. H. MYERS Collector.
Ask Ibe I.nUlee Maid mid they will Icll
you that Fhalou's Vltalla or Salvation,
c "for'tKelialrlatho favoritoHrtlole for ro-.
vivlng tho natural tingo of blanched ,or
. .Mlnf .'?ligletf x. Qkr. Vs. lluid-glass,
wbolesomo to.tko skin lis 'water, uudls
colorable by tho light, without any min
eral odor and yielding mo sediment, It
defies competition and courts comparts
I will oiler for publlo sale to-morrow
(Feb. 10th) at 10 o'olock a.m. a largo ass
orttnentof of new furniture, consisting of
bed-steads, wash-stands, tables, also a,
general assortment of clothing unddrj
goods, viz; muslins calicoes handker"
chiefs, tabje covers, thread,' coats, pants,
toots jj't arJHoc8? tt assortment of crook.'
ery rojjssware, and a largo consign-wo'lonoftLry-
jRdiij'jolo dayB' overy Wednesday
na B-Ui.'uaya. J). JIartma.n;
"Whllo tho 'Bulletin,' of which Mr.
Oberly Is part owner, remains tho only
paper In Cairo, it must of necessity, bo
tho official organ of tho city. Thero Is
;i(eso9poroin It. And being Uieonly ono
Its owners, of course, aro left, at full lib
erty to chargo the city tho samo rates
thatgovcrn their transactions with indi
vidual citizens. But what aro tlio facts?
It Is a fact,' that tiny citizen may ascer
tain for himself, that the proprietors of
tlio 'Bulletin' aro performing tho clly
prinllngfor less than ono-fourth thecnm
pcnsulion they t exact from Individual
patrons, aud aro receiving their pay iti
scrip,-worth nt best only sixty-five cents
on the dollar. If thero wero twobrmoro
papers in the city the prlcowouldbe reg
ulated by competition: but as
tho city printing now, lu tho
absence of all competition, In being per
formed at a loss prioo than ever Ltjfore,
uis scarcely pronauje mat mo establish
inent of a second paper would lessen it
But, bo that as It may, tho partisans of
Mr, ,x. vvnson suouiu uu iio,iasiJncn in
tho world to agitato that subject. Tho
fact is still fresh In the minds of Half the
voters of Calrp'thal when MVFTWilson
was Mayor, spending thousands and
tens or thousands of dollars lir the
erection of pumps and sewers, thaHliero
was city hnullng, worth, In tho aggre
gato, thousands of dollars. This hauling
the teamsters of Cairo wero ready aud
nnxln'tis'to perform. It'was subject to
Mr. T. Wilson's control, uri'd what
did ho do ? JIo bought (cams,
and tlio demands ho subsequently
mado upon the " treasury, in tho
slinpe of bills for hauling, 'tells how ho
used thorn! Competition was not per
mitted to regulate tho pHco of this haul
ing. Mr. T. NVilson was Mayor, Mr. T.
Wilson hud tennif, and of all other teams
in tho city, Mr. IV Wilson's teams vero
tho ouch to .perform the -city haulfn'g.9
JIad there beeii no other teams in the
city, and Mr. T. Wilson had placed his
at tliu service of tho city, charging only
uub-fpurtli the rate of compensation he
exacted from mdlvhluafs, Vhcro could
have been no just cause of for complaint.
But such wus not the caso. In all parts of
tho city there were idle teams and team
sters, because tho corporation hauling
was monopolized by Mr. T. Wllsou, who
was then filling the position which he
The little town of Commerce, in Scott
county, Missouri, lying Insight of Thebes,
s putting on the airs of a city. Fifteen"
years ago tho place presented on appear-
auco of dilapidation, dullness und decay
that wai in exact koepiug with her char
acter In a moral view.' The advent of a
printing office since the close of the war,
and Its labors for the locality have, In a
great measure, revolutionized society.
We hear now of Sabath .schools lu Com
merce, of ladles' fairs and suppers tab
eaux, vlvant, and many other con-
cojailtant- pf uilvaucedclylljzatloa. In
laci commerce h occomiiig a pieasani,
thrifty aud moral village.
TUUNEH MASQUER1UK BALL.
VTavlilnstun Ilall, rb. 3ln.
Grand Masquerade, Ball will bo given
as above, under tho auspices of Uie Cairo
Turners. The nubile generally Is Invited
to attend; tho management pledging
themselves that no cflort will bo f pared
to render tho- oocasion ono 'most
pleasant.aud cutorUluing to all who
COMUtTTKK OF AUUANQHMKNTd : .
' B. BltlllACH.
, , Jr . , jHCmiETZDOltF.
Til I r. I
by I hp
The members of the Cairo Casino pro
pose an observance of their third annU
verary day by a masquerade ball In
Washington Hall, on Monday, February
3th, which they expoct to render au
atliilr pleasant to all who may ehooso to
participate. Tho management refer with
prldo.to.tbq.iuasquqnult .balls herctoforc-i
given by tlio uasluo, and promise that
tho ball hero announced shall bo of the
most respcotublq and,,. Interesting cha
Cntnmlttco of Arrangements Louis
Herbert, H. Meyer, Robt. Brlbach.
Tho completeBt stoch nf gentlemen's
furnishing goods In the clly , is to bo
found at Miller aud 'Miller's. It would
boaremarkablo want. Indeed, in this
lino that they cannot satlsfactorlly'fetipply
t the very lowest figures' ruling in tho
' H7kMnt; ''' J
Tho stock ofRlIk hats at Miller fc-Mlll-
er'a compHsea the very latest Bty lee and
tho finest make of tho ' Bcdso'tH'1 The
variety Is vqry , great, the,, stock largo;
aud prices have been regulated to bar
moiHze'wit'h the'tlmes.' Call In'oTnd ex
' - J'nofl tovlKeiit. r.-
Tho G'soll Hotel, atGraud Tower, con
gaining flftuon roopms, nnd pjorejoom
by 42 feet. ' For information apply at
this ofllce, or ia tho proprietor on tho
Wnntctl at the NI.4'baiUu Hotel. e
Wo Want' J edfafely-littli'e-StrChaT-les
Hotel, ft good Washer and Ironer, to
work in our Lauudry. '(Liberal wages
paid. Jkwett Wir.c.6x A Co.j 'Pdp's.
The Auroru oil will give a cleir aud
Plosive, ; .
' and in entirely non-ox-
ALEXANDER COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT.
sionday feh. 18m.-20rii day.
Nixon, Ellison & Co. vs South Western
Insurance Co.; creditors bill; application
for injunction nnd appointment of re
C. C. Robinson vs Mary N Hardy et als
roreclosuro; report of salo disapproved
decree modified and ro-salo of promises
Vvm. M. Williams, adm'r Ac vs John
Hogan: replevin; deft entered remittu
tor ?300 damages.
James Sullivan vh Putnam Firo Ins Co
assumpsit; motion for continuance bus
Court then adjourned until to-morrow
morning at 0 o'clock.
Tlie Nf. Nlcliolnm lintel and IleMatirant
This popular and eligibly located Iiph-c
of public ciitertuitimcnt Is now lltinl
and furnished throughout in good style
and, under the management of Mcs-irs
Wnlkcr it Slsson, is doing n largo and
thriving business. It Is kept upon tho
European plan tho guest calling for
what lie wanta when ho wants it, wheth
er in the day or night lime, and paying
only for what he orders. The rooms aro
largo and clean, furnished with tho best
of beds and bedding, whllo nil other fca
turcs of tho' establishment aro arranged
with an especial eye to tho comfort and
convenience f the guests. JaGtf
tit. NIcliolaa Hotel, Fehruarr 18th
Dr. Fields, Mo; HUpshaw, Ky; D II
Rhodes, Illinois; G Thatcher, Now Jer
eey; J II Smith, Mo; Thos. Bold, Phlla
delphla; JUays, Ky; J hllo. C Lllo,
Centralla; J3 arn, Chicago; J F Blake,
City; J Press, Ullln; F Johnson, Ullln;
THUR8IMY FES. 1 iTW. '
G A Colby, Itobedate; CR Stuart, City;
Jno. I'apeu, Mllwakee; S W Heart, Wa
lerioo; 15 W Tijompson, Charlston : Sam.
uel J Weave.', Mound City; Itufus Cain,
Nashville; W S Bradshaw do; W R
Bradshaw, do; J Thompson, do; J Stroud
d6; LJohiiH, do; Daniel Hogans, Mound
City ; A Thomson, Cairo ; R H Howard
BakertonjPL Taylor, do; Mrs. Jones
and wife; Mr; Caldwell, wife and six
children, Montlcello; Mr. HIgglns, wife
ami child, La Salle; Mr. Wright, Monti
cello; Ragan, do; Mr. Bowman, Vlcks-
A correspondent of tho Faducah
Kontuckian,' writing from Cairo, under
date of tho 1 th IusL, says :
Tho Federal Government is so cerlnln
that Cairo will yet bo a nlaco of much
Importance, that hundreds of thousands
: dollars Have been spent In bu dlntr
one of tho finest stone custom houses In
tlio United btates. It Is not yet com
pleted, but It Is allko elegant in style,
and substantial In Its construction.
Mpmnlllrt WnilN a Pliutnm linn
but, the Federal Government has evi
dently more faith in Cairo thap In
Memphis becoming a great distributing
" And tho Federal government Is emi
nently fiouud lu that conclusion. Tho
young meu ot the present day will
scarcely bo grand-fathers when Cairo
will be tlio great central city of tho con
tinent, counting her inhabitants by hun
dreds of thousands, nud her wealth by
hundreds of millions. There is an unal
terable state of things that unerringly
points to such a consummation.
Our flour Market.
The Cuiro Hour market Is undoubtedly
cntltfed to high rank among the leading
Hour markets of the Northwest, nnd its
rise to thatcmincnco has becu rapid
Ouly four years ago Capt. Williamson
received an order from nsouthcrn corres
pondent for 200 barrels of flour, and was
ijot only not ablo to fill It himself, but
coufd not And that quantity In storo lu
tho city. Compare thli state of aflalrs
wlth'tho present, when tho sale of six
thousand barrels In a single day In not
a remarkablo business, and a safe
youchislon, may bo formod as to the ox
traordlncry Increase In that lino of trade.
The houses of Halllday Bro's, Ayres &
Co , P. Cuhl, Hurd & Sous, Thomas
Oreon & Aldon, C. W. Green, Stratton &
Bird, tho Cairo City and tho Egyptian
mills aro second to nouo lu tho country,
ami thuPrlce 'Current' lu another col
umn, shows how successfully they com
pete with othor markets.
Just at this tune, when tho prices gov
erning southern markets do not warrant
tho paymont of tho war frolghts prevail
ing, thero 'U a lull In tho market; yet the
sales reported indicate a business nf tho
most healthy character.
It is rather amusing to men who have
the grains- to think fqr thonjselY.es, to
witnoss tho assumption of power and
Injluoucq upon t,li o part- of certain lnH-
vldusds y.hp,nre Intorpstlng themselves
In the approaching eleotion. Ono gen
tleman, yVhq Uf a stickler for "reform,"
thiiiKH that his Influence among tho
Germans is unbounded, aud that whore-
over lie leads they aro sure to follow. Tho
moat humble of tho "Influential" per
sons claims that he controls at least sov-
uuiy-uvo votes, auu niiouus iu inrow nil
of them In fayor of "reform."
How with persona of soneo, with the
Gorman citizens, who think, for themsel
ves and aot from conviction and not from
tho. foroo of either dlotatlon or persua
plou, theso busy "men of Influonco'' cut a
very absurd and ridiculous figure, Whllo
9omo of them injure every causo they
espouse, tho most "influential" among
them have under absolute confrol only
one vote each and that Is hlWii. 4
Stcnmcr Dn AMo, 0)lumliiu,
11 Win. Willie, I'ttliicAli,
' Nick Wall, StLoulfl,
' Hum Ilrown, ilo
W 11 Ilrown, I'ittMiurg,
" ftim Orr, ETmiv1llc
" Virginia, Now Orlcana,
, Anna, Jo
DEPARTURES. ' j
fileamrr Dan AM, Cblumlins,
' Wni. While, I'ailuculi,
" Bntu Ilrown, at l.nitlj,
" HntnOrr, HTanlllc,
" Anna. Cincinnati,
" Nick Wall, Nr Orlf ana,
" Virginia, l,nwlsille.
Tho snow Btorni of yesterday, for about
two hours, was tho heaviest Been In
this viclnty. The total duration of the
snow fall was about four hours. Tho
dept on a level cannot bo exactly stated
as a flcrco north wind caused It to drift
In many places from ono to three feet
deep, leaving exposed places nearly bare
We.aupposc, however that Hho uniform
depth Would havo been about seven
Inches. The thermometer Indicated 05
degrees yesterday forenoon, and during
tho rain, only 20 degrees this morning
making a chango of 45 degrees In less
than 24 hours. It Is almost pitiful to
see shrubbery iu houso gardens, budded
out nearly with leaf, and coyorcd with
snow. Tho sun Is shining out clearly
this morning, und will doubtless causo a
very sudden disappearance of the snow,
as tho tempcraturo had becomo quite
mild at noon.
Mississippi Is still falling slowly at St.
Louis, with six feet In tho channel to
Tho Ohio has commoncod falling at
Pittsburg after attalnlnga channel depth
of ncarlr seventeen feet. It is rising at
Louisville with six feet six Inches in the
chute over tho falls and eight feot four
Inches In tho canal.
Thg Cumberland Is still rising slowly
with six feet on Ilarpeth shoals.
Business here continues good, it was
interrupted scvcrcl hours yesterday by
the storm which also suspended navlga
tlon, as tho snow fell In such density
that pilots wero unable to Bee fifty yards.
Tho Great Republln Is looding rapidly
and will leave forN. O. to-morrow even
ing with all the freight sho wants.
The Lady Plko Is on her way hero
with 1000 bales cotton for rcshlpment
east from Cairo.
Our local packet to Columbus Faducah
Nashville and Evansvlllo continue to do
From all parts of tho Mississippi and
Ohio vallics comos tho cry of a scarc
ity of steamboats to carry the hugo piles
of freight everywhere reported. Steam-
loat stockls at a premium.
Tho Blsmarch was sold two days ago at
St. Louis for $60,000. Wo do not bellevo
sho cost that much when bullt;twoyear
Tho .Richmond Is to bo Bold at Colum
bus, by the U. S. Marshal, on March 8th.
Capt. Josh V. Throop's new boat Is to
be named Mollle ltagon, after a beautiful
young lady of Evausvllle.
The Olive Branch is to leave for New
Orleans this evening.
'ino uuicKsten n tun regular nackct
for Evausvllle and the White for Padu-
can this evening.
Cant. U.T. irllnuo Is atrent for tho abovo
Messrs. Miller and Miller have Just re
ceived an unusually large, well assorted
aud strictly fashionable supply of plcco
goods, to which they ask special atten
tion. The lot embraces the finest cloths
aud caslmors ever brought to Cairo, and
such a variety ofstylcs that all tastes may
be accommodated. Suits or garments
from these goods are mado to order in tho
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 events cull nround and see
the new goods. Jut)2otf.
YlelJIng to the npcmltjrof nchango Inthea.lmln-
traUoii of our municipal alUIrs, 1 hereby without
rtij;firtl to party or party afflllatlona announcomyielf
cuidldata lor the offico of Mayor at tlw cihuIuk
harterelectlan. THOMAS WILSON.
Cairo, III., February tcth, 1870.-.II.I
Yielding to the anlleltailona of thoie cltlion who
are detlrou that no chango shall bo made m tnilnlcl-
pal Afljlrt that would I diMstroua to the welfaro of
the city, 1 hereby announce myelf ncandidatn for
reelection I) tho office of May or, at (toenailing char
ter election. JOHN II. OlIUHLY.
Cilro, 111., February lcth, 1870.-dtd
for City Attorney.
Wo are authorltod to nnnQunceJIiat FONTAl.VK IJ:
Al.lininilT will be a candidate for iUe ofllco of City
Attorney at tho cnatlins charter electlun. td
Tor Clly Treamirrr.
We aro authonted to announce 'Mr. JOHN 11 y.
I.AM), in a camlldaie for re-election (o theottlcn nf
We are authorliod to announce that J. n. TAYLOR
will be candidal for City Trraiuror, al tho entiling
lurtr election. jan1tl
. ror City Clerk.
We nre aulhorlxed to announce (hat WII.I.IA5I II.
MOniUSIaacandldate for tho office of City Cerk'at
Ihornaulng charter election, te
Wo are authorixed to uiiununoe that JOHN IlltOlV.V
is n eandhfale for (he oftlre of Clty Clerl, at Hie ensit
Injj charter eleotion. janlstd
Wo nro auttioritod to announce that J. O. CHOW,
LKY will be a eaadldule for tho offico orcilyCleik at
the entiling chortor eloclion. JanSOtd
Tor Clly Maralnil,
Wo aro authorized to anno'unco (hat MICHAEI,
IIAMIIHICK, will bo a candidate for reelection to tho
offico of City Marahal ut tlio eiisuinj municipal elec
Wo aro authorlied to announce that JOSKriI AR
NOLD will b a vandidatu for too oOlee of City Mar
ahal ut tho eutiuiiig charier election. to
We are autliorited to ahnounre (hat DANIKI. Ko
CAHTHV, prcaent chief of police, will li ncondidalo
for tho otRco pf City Marshal at the onauinx charter
for Aiacrinuu-Tblrd Ward.
ti'WaaVeVutherltetf to announce that P. Fitzgerald
Hill do acandidote for (he office of Aldrmtu from tha
Third Ward, al the entuloji election)' Id
Tlio celebrated Aurora oil can be-had
at No. 02 Ohio Lovco. janl-lm
Better than tho best. Norman'sChaly
beuto Cough Hyrup. J. rj. Humm keeps
it. Try a bottlo; only 76 cents,
fob H Otd
Did you know that Normati'a Chaly
beuto Cough Byrup will tellcvo tho worst
cases of Asthma, Croup, etc. Bold by H.
J. Humm. FebHOtd,
Everybody uses WIrard Oil, aud
Jlarclay Bro'. sell It cheap for cash.
Patroulzo homo Institutions. Buy' from
Youths' hoys' andcujxdrn's cloth.
Ingat less than New York, prices, will
be told this month, at NefTs regardless of
Tho Rov Edwin Coan, of Milwaukee,
was teudcred;tho rectorship of this 'par
ish, folt callcd.upon to decline. Nego
tiations aro nowlponding with tie Itev.
Mr. Ilulthan, or Louisville, Ky., with
103 dozen lato stylo Hats, and others,
at cost, for this month only, at Fetor
NefTs, No. 70, Ohio Loveo.
Call and cxamlno tho Btock and prices
beforo you mako your purchases, and
don't forget j'our pockotbooks. tf
If any gentlemen desires to be awak
ened from ono of tho most posstlve delu
sions of his lire, let him visit the 'Bullet
in' office under tho lmprosalon that he
will ontaln his tickets on credit. It Will
not tako us a half minute to;undscelv
Ik hereby siren that default haTlns oecbrred In
the tierfurinanuo nf tho conditions cxnreaitd In a
Certain Mortago or Deed of 'fruit executed by
John U Krinn to Samuel Hliula Taylor and Kdwin
Furtona, Tnisteea of tho Cairo City Fraperly,
U.iiod tlio Twenty-third day of January. A. v.
1SC3, recorded In tho Hecorder'a office, In and
for Alexander county, In tho Mate of Illlnola, in
book I1 of Deed, pago ISO, aaid mortgage or d4
oi iru conTOTine 101 numooreaiui imntm in
lllock numbered vi (Ninety-two) In the Flrit Addi
tion to tho City of Cairo, in nld county and State.
i-r, ,uv uiiuvfBiovM. aaiu Aruiteev, win on
Wedneaday, IheMvcond day of JIarcb, A. D. W0,
at lu o'clock la the forenoon of that day, under
and by virtue of tho power of aale contained la
aald Mortgage, sell, at Fublle Auction, to ln high
eit bidder, lor cash, nt the offico building of aald
Trusted, corner Washington avenue and lth
atreet, In aaid city of Cairo, fn Alexander county
amlEuue ot Illlnola, aald lot numbered Twalre
iu) in mock numtierea n (uiacty.two) in the
llrtt addition to the city of Cairo, according lo the
plat thereof, with the appurtenance to aatiafy tke
purpoiuaanil condition of aaid mortgage.
lmicu, vairo, iiiiaoia, r turuary vin. Uiu,
H. hTAATH TAYLOR,
Trutteea of lie Cairo City Property.
la hereby olren that ddfiull ikitb rufnrr.t In
Ihtvorfofin.mcnof the condltlona mdihikI in
certain Morlgigo or Deed of Truat uxecutod by
1'atiick Lulon to Samuel Munis Tayler and Edwin
l'-irsom. Truiteea of tha Cairo Cit v Prnnnrtr. .I.L..I
(ha Third day of December A. V. lsH,recordod In
the Hecorder'a offiee. In nnd for Aleianileronn.
tv. in tho Mlate of Illinois In Hook- P of rw,l..
pageD, aild mortgage or deed at trait convey
ing lot numbered Tenty-UeOM Inblorknum
licred Twenty-ieten, (i7j In tha Flrat Addition to
uiocuyoi i mi ro, in aaiu county anil male. Wo,
llii undersigned, aald TrunU-es, will on Wodnoa-
uay, ina nuconu iay oi jurcn, A. U. 1ST, at 11)
o'clock In thu forenoon of that day, underand by
virtue of the power of aale contained In aaid
mortgage, cell, at aubllc auction, to tho highest
bidder lor cash, at tlio otlice liull.lini. nri,i
Trustee, corner Washington avenuo and Uih
stri ct, la said cur uf Cairo, in Alexander county
and itatn of illlnola, aaid lot numbered Vii)
Tacntv-tlve. In block numbered Twanir....n
(27) in Iho tint addition to the city of Cairo, ac
cording to tho recorded plat thereof, with the ap
purtenances, to aatlaly (lie purpoaea and condl
tlona of aald mortgage.
ujicu, tairo, iiiinoia, renniary m-ll70.v
H. bTAATrf TA1I1OB, .
Truileei of tho Cairo City rroparly.
la herebr ctren that that default
red In the nerfornianco ot tha emiJltinna' w.
pressed in a cermin ilortgJgo, or Deed of Trust
executed byt'hartita lincaMcr toHnmuelbUata
Taylor and tdwin 1'arsous, Trusteei of the Cairo
City Property, dated the Thirtieth day or Nov
vii.uvi, s .' .k., muium 111 mc iwcorutrs
ottlce, In aud for Alexander county, In the rJUte
of Illinois; iu Hook K of Deeds, ag VA Ac,
aald tnirtgage or deed of trust couveylng lot
numbered u mil In lllock numbered 1471 Furtv.
lereulu the Klrit Addition to the city of Cairo
111 aaid county and State. We, tha uuderalgned,
am Trusieea, win on wnuncailay, the Uecond
lav of March. A. ! 1N70. at 10 aVlaek In tha
forenoon of that day under and by virtue of the
ar vi m I'umuinrii uissiu inurigage ,111 ai
cuUieaurtlon.to the hltheat bidder fur cash. at tha
office building of aald Trustees, corner of Wma.
ington arenuo anil itin atieeti lu aaid city of
Otiro, In Alexander county end Bute of Illinois,
aaid lot numbered (0) 111 in block uumbeied (47)
furtv-aeven in the rltat n.l.lllinn to tha elt nt
Cairo, according to the recorded plat thereof,
with the appurlcnancev, to aatiafy tho purposes
andconitltiitiia of aahl murtgage.
i'iiieij,i.airu, iiiinoia, i-euruary tii, ,a.o.
8. bT.VATS TAVI.OIt,
Truateea of tha Cairo City Property.
I heretiy given that default having oocurroJ
In the performaticeof (ho uondidon expressed
In a certain Mortgage, or Deed of Ttuil.execuled
by Joseph I). Cleaver lo Hamuel Staats Taylor and
Kdwtn Parson, Triisteea of the Cairo City 1'ro-
erty, uaien inn rjoienui uay 01 May A. I). lCJ,
n,l recordel III the Hecorder'a ottlce. In an J r.r
Alexander county, In tho tUafe of Illinois, lu
llookl'01 Kveus, ugavi, aalil iiiorlgaKuordeeal
uf trust conveyinc lota numbered uoi Twenty.
il, (Twenly.one) . (Twenty.(wo) as, (Twenty,
three) SI, (Twenty-four) , (Slxty.nlne)70, (Hev
enty) 71, (Seienty-one) In lllock numbered 11
(Kilieen) lu the 4th Addition to the ally of Cairo,
In aald county and Btato. We. tho underilgnei,
aalil Trustees, will on Wednesday the Second day
of Marrh, A. V. Into, at luu'clock In tho fore
noon of that day, under and by virtue of tha
power 01 :tie cunuinen in aaiu mortgage, sell at
publlo auction to the highest bidder fur iah. at
mbllo auction to ino liigliest hldder fur iah, al
ho ortlce building of aunt Trustees, corner Wash,
lite iillice imiiiuiiik "l ntiit, irusi
ington nvcuue and tatli atreet
ma isix sirtci, iu alil oily of
der county and Ktate of Illinois,
red (&) twenty, (il) Uouiy-oae,
. (iS) twenty.three.'cjt) twenty-
ro: in Alexou
aanl lot numbers
'our, (0'J) sixty. nine, (TU) seventy an
ly.one, In Mock numbered (IS) fifteen in tho
luiirin auniiiunin iiivvny 01 wairo, oceoruing to
tho record e.1 plat thereof, with (ho anpurtenaneea,
to aatiafy (ho purpose and condition of said
Ihiteu, Calm, Illinois, KeliruaryDlh. 1871).
Truiloea of the Cairo City Property.
U herebv clven that default haVIno
iu tlio performance of (he conditions expressed in
a certain Mortgage, or Deed of Trust exuoiKuJ by
Kdward H. Weakly to bamuel BlaataTayUraad
Kdwin l'ursuns. Trustees of tho Cairo City Pro.
perty, dated the Tweuty-flfth day of January A.tD.
18U0, and recorded in the Itecoruor' ottlce, lu and
for Alexander County, In the State of Illinois, In
Hook I', of Deeds paga 161, said Mortgage or deed
of truat conveying lot numbered (S3) twenty live
In bleek number SI (eighty one) In the drat addit
ion to the olty of Cairo iu said county and atate.
We, tho underpinned, aaid trustee, w ill on Wed.
ncsdav tho second day ol March A. D. 1870, at 10
o'clock In the forenoon of that day, under and by
virtue of tlie power pfaalo coulaiued in aaid Mort.
Sage, sell, ntl'ulilio AlieUou, to tho highest bid
er, for cash, at tho office building of aald Trua.
teei. corner of Washington Avenue anil ISth itre 1 1,
in aaid city of Cairo, In Alexander, cpuutyjand
Htatoof Illinois, aald lot numbereit (S5)
Twenty five In block numbered SI (eighty
one) In Iho first addition to' tho aaid city
of Cairo, according to tho recorded, plat thereof,
with t"ja appurtenance, to aatlsfy tlaei purpoaea
and condition bfuid Morlgag.
DateJ, Cairo, 111., February Ulb.18T0.dtd
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Trulees oflhe Cairo Cily I'ropertfi