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NEWS OF THE CITY.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1870?
Hack coats aw i-bs than cost at
P. NcfPH, No. 70, OliloLovco. If.
tUs'o Untlcr'u Chill Cure. "(n never
oil i'Hl not Main or Kronen.
"thk UKsT-lJf uhi.:" Eiider' Stomach
) . GpHd 02 Ofilo LVvi?uf()rXurorti;olf. It
U cheap u'nd Wc,' nil tl lo"c not smoke
Pitcher & Henry's largo htock of luril
ware, cutlery, IooIh, otovcH, tinware, etc
bp Holtl without re unl lo cost. u
1200 PA! its of assorted ptiuta,
vests to match,, at coat, at No, 70
A Bplendld lot of ciilf booU and gal
tern will arivo at P. Nef.P next week,
nnd will bo sold low forcuvih. tl
ONB THOUSAND VAIIDH 01 OltKKN AND
tccl mlxco Junius, ul 00 and 7fi cents per
yard, ntP. NelPs, no. 70, Ohio Levee, tf
The Aurora oil U tho clieuf.-esf, safest
and cleuiust burning fluid ir.' uae. Ii
may be had nt 12, ohlo levee.
The alarm rang out by tho fire belln
lust night and periled In for several
minuter, vas not authorized. There
was, therefore, rt'ruslf, a tioleo, a do.'frce
of excitement, nil for nothing.
Nothing tends more to connubial ha i
pines than cheerful Vml healthy Infants
and children. Mrs. Whltcomb'a Syrup )
tho great" children's Hoofhfng' remedy
The Continental lsthtronJy cook stove
with sliding oven doors. Warranted in
nH resuects. J Pitcher j& Tleriryj ;at Yfl
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
The St. Nicholas lilllhird Hall is one
of.this.lnrgeU and best furnished in the
country. It is tlio resort ol both citizens
and strangers who, Indulge billiard play
CWBINO OUT VHK ENTIItK STOCK OF
ready made clothing, furnishing good,
boots, iboei, lmis, cups, trunks and vulis
tnmtP. Ne'JP, No. 79, Ohio Letce, at
actual cost, fur cash only.
103 doskx late stylo Hats, and othnra,
nt cost, for this month ouly, at Peter
NefPs, No. 70, Ohio Levee
Call and rxumluo the Htock and prices
beforo. you make your purchases, and
don't forget your pocketbooks. tt
Tho election excitement waxed quite
warm ahtrtly after mid-day. There was
profusion of freo whisky, and a few In
dependent voter, over-estimating the
capacity of their stomachs and tho
L strength of their legs over-loaded them.
A selves. There was not, however, an un -
usual amount of drunkonuesa.
Mr. Wilson declined Mr.Oberly's In
vitation to ft Joint discussion In tho A the
neuni last night. This fact was not
made public In our columns yesterday
twAntnir. and two or three of Mr. Wil
son' supporters Uiklugadvantagoof.thlsH
omission on our part, Miamelessiy noseri
ed that Mr. Oberly hud "crawled Into
his liolo' which, being Interpreted,
means that the dbcusMop was not liuld,
because Mr O. was atruld to meat Mr. W.
before the people. No man Is more fully
advised of 1,110 falsity of thN report, than
the very men who buWed themso!yc' lu
NnlilC Snir.or lu iriuu Clialy
beate Cough Syrup for Croup, Hoarseness
Dyplherla, Asthma, &e, For sale by S
J. Hum. m fet2ldawlw
Jlaxfiueraile f Jail.
Masks, In endless variety, for sale or
hire, at P. Saw's,
ft'b21d2 102 Commercial avenue.
Sot If to tUeT-riernorAInIcrCo.
I w 111 beln'my ollice at the court hoiuo
every day during this month for tho purpose-
of receiving State ami County taxes
now duo Cairo III. Fob. 1st 1870
febRd. L. H. MYERS Collector.
Tio st ock of silk hats nt Miller fc Mill
er's comprises tho very latest styles and
r tho finest mako or tho season. Tho
variety Is very great, the stock large,
antl price;! have been regulated to har
monize wit h tho times. Call In and ex-
The nimaml Telia tlio Hlory.-I'roitt all
directions orders for Phulbn's Vltnlla or
Balvatou,fqr tha hair como pouring Ijij
All the noxfoilslOyes &o., go down bo
foro It. A year Vienco they will be un
marketable, i'fhe. ladlos say It, issas
pleasant to use as a perfumed toilet wa
ter, and It Is as transparent as trystnl.
Nothing else reproduces so perfectly tho
original hue of the ?ialr.
feb21dawl w .
AatonlahtuiV but True."
That Dooloy's Chemical Yoast Baking
Powder Is not only tho bat but tho
chcapot in market. It is entlroly freo
from any delotorjoua substances, and
compounded with audi, scrupulous ex
actnesatuat the contents of eaou bos
aro tho same, and will produco tho same
results every time, ii is uuequiueu iur
making biscuits, jolla, oaea, pastry,
Ao-atonco liealthy, ariUnutr.ltus.
FuirVelglU in' each raoktige. Qrocors
. . r.-
Ky thotimdlhla riiimibfcr of tho 'RuU
lotin' falls into tho hands of ourIocal
reudera the poltyof thocfikrerj.electfon
wlflWvo closed WhaiVaFo Uio!bftTlot
box will have to dlsoldifo wo ahull "not
attempt id foretell,, , , !
The contest has Heoir short and rather
sharp, .Soma blttenK'sac'hiiVe beoii en
gendered, nnd HotuorbomliJ of friendship
broken'; biit tlmo will serve M.Hoftun aud
reunlto these, let tho voice of the people
proclaim for whomsoever It may. And
o mbto it bo.
It has been both diverting and Instruct
ivo to walcli Ihoilovelopmchts of human
nature under the touch of the prevailing
excitement; to noto tho influences', that
bavo controlled somo of the voters.
That any have been controlled by tho
"hurrahs" of tho mob, or tho plentiful
How of "freo whisky," wo shall not jirc--toud'tofiay;
but quite a number have
been controlled by considerations that In
no manner ntteot tho contest. Ouo can.
dldnte lost n vote, because ho dld'nt gag
one of 1 1 1 3 frlcmU ntlnther loit a vote bo
cause tho office for which ho was con
tending didn't pay enough ; a third ouo
lost a vote hecauso ho expressed the
opinion that tbo market hoiino waa
convenience to his family; a fourth oho
lost a Vote hiuau,ifhchuuld boolooted,
ho could not, coti'iMently, abuse1 the City
Council. "Wo might continue- tjil
lslt, ad InjlAtlitml but enough hag
been said to shew how strangoly
men" are' movod; how wonderfully
we are made. Rut the great bldy of tho
people are right; take a comprohpnslve
view of tho situation, and act , as reason
dictate Willie, as now, this class
compose the controlling dement, really
bud and InelTWIent men cannot bs foia t
od upon tbo people.
Tiio Comptroller's report already
(proud before our readers, shows that
nboiit $12.01)0 have been expended upon
streets and sldowntks. Over ?o,fl00 were
paid in liquidation of the McGiunls bond
Issued undvi tho administration of Mr.
Wilson; over $2,000 were paid to attor
neys on account of services under tho
administration of Trover and Iloldeli;
nearly $2,000 were psld In tho wny"of
coils growing out of suits Instituted un
(Kr prcvioui ndmiuUtrations, yet tho ex
penditures during Mr. Oberly'a term of
office, fall short of $1S,0001 Thoso who
would charge him with extravagance
should compare this sum w'lth' outlaj's
by either Wilson, Trover or Holdcn.
Mr. Trover expended St7S;00O more thatf
Mr. Obrlydiil; Mr. Wilson during his
first tirm expended f55,o00 nipttiJmA
MrTblwrly, nnd during Kls second term
$130,000 more. And oven Mr. Holden,
whose admluistr.ition Ift'corn aended for
Its economy, expended S30,0)u more than
Mr. Oberly! Theso are recorded facts,
Why lie IHUn'l Comr
A weok 'or two ago It was announced
that Philip Phllllpi would tro.it the peo
ple of Cairo to un evening of sacred song.
Kverybo ly was happy In anticipation,
and on the appointed night men and
women Hocked Into town from Mound
City, Metropolis, and other points,
swelling th number who had mndo up
their mluil to hear, Pjtlllp Phillip, to
several hundred. That Pnilip Phillip)
l didn't arrive, and, therefore, didn't sing
li wellkuown to everybody. That
Philip Phillips authorized nobody to
nniltii mi nnoolutment for him lu C.ilro
isno generally known and wa therefore J
innki. It nubile. Ho did not. we nro I
inhl. know that ho was looked for In i
Cairo, until after tho appointed night
had patted, Notwithstanding f.hs,, np
Individual repre-ientin hfmself us the
avaunt cjuricr bt PhUllpi Visited Cairo,
lixed theduy for tho concert, and no one ! happiest oasons of tls lire, und thank
so much as qtie'stl.ried Ills genuVnoWpng tho Turners for the opportunity they
fts an agent. Well, what a wurl'JI
,'-.u.t .: .'!
Agricultural impli-iucut .Hmuirticlory.
Mr. (Jamble, membor of tho constitu
tional convention from Kankakee, visit
ed our city a few days ago. to determluo
itselcglbllitv as u site for an agrlo'iltural
Jmnlement mnuufactory. Ho remained
lu tho city ouly a hort time, but we un
dcrstttnd that he was very favorably Jin- ;
......! ...III. lulml lm''linlil nml vv til rA'.M
IHJ5UU uhii . iiv ..v, .....
turn as soon as ids time, will permit and
push his investigations to a coueluiion.
Mr. Gamble, Is ono of tho mosfrextenslvo
manufacturorriof agricultural Implements
In Illinois, nnd us ho finds market for a
considerable part of his products in -tho
cities south of Cairo, tho Inducements in
that way and lu tho way of saving of
freight, prpxiiulty pf ,materialM. etc.. J
may determine him to locato n largo
brunch establishment here.
As to tho success of such a branch, of
Industry In our midst, nq well grounded
douhU are entertained by any otio who is
acquainted with tho locality.
Tbo Nt. Xlcholnt Hotel and Keita.uraut.
ThU popular and eligibly located houso
bf ptiVUq .entertulnment is ,now Htted,
and,A'"fied tbcougKunUn fiood,ty;
andi'Uiider tho, management of .Messrs;
Will kec nt Sisson, is. doing a largo audi
thriving busiuujs. It Is kept upon tho
European plan the guest calling for
what lie) wants when ho wants it; wheth
er in the day or night time, nml paying
ouly for what ho orders. Tho rooms nro
largo and clean, furnished with tho best
if tint! mid bod ill ui?. whllo nil other fca-
tureaof tnoieStaWlshhjonW hrrajfgijajKIt.ls rising slowly ar iiouisvmo witu tnir.,
with an especial oyo to tho comfort and
convenience f tho guests!"'! ,"Ja0tfr
loon to " niaukiiui in HorBn'
Chalybeate Cough yrupjj.qnly 75 cents
"por bottle. For salo by B. J. Hum m.
Tho celebrated Aurora 'oil can bo had
ntNo. 02Ohlo Levco. 1t Jp2i-lm
Tho Aurora oil will, give a clear nnd
brllllaut ifght, ' and Is entlrc'ly non-cx-plosIVor1'
1 ' feblGd3w.,
WhnthaA beenmo of tho Efllngliam
'Democrat'? Has Brudsby unuudnncd
tbo tripod, or has tho 'Democrat' ceased
lo be? Wo are lliconsolnblc without It.'
Youths' hoys And ciui.diin's cloth-
lug at less than Now York, prices, will
be told this month, at NelPs "regardless of
- . ..I i .
Everybody use's' ' Wizard 6il, t,nnd
Bnrcjay Brp's; soil It- cheap' far cash.
i Patroulzo homo Institutions.' Buy from
BesUUs a vpry complete stock of tin
ware, ('. W. Henderson, 100 commercial
Avenue, prcHcnts to tho trade a splendid
variety of cooking stoves, among flora
Uuj ,"Prtuoua, tho "Veteran," tuo
1 Oak," and tho "States" too latter a
coal 8tovo. These, and any other
makodcsiredj.wlll bc,sold at.a amall ad
vance, on "manufacturers' prices .
Tho Mutual Benollt Life Insurance
Company of New Haven, Is tho 'poor
man's friend. Any man can insure
himself nnd wife, by puying $15 down,
for $10,000, agreeing, to pay $1 10 when
ever ono of his company of G,u00 dies.
This comes in such llttlo sums and
scattered all through tho year that it Is
easy. Mr. A Comings Is tho agert for
MuBsm. Mlllor and Miller have Just (re
ceived an unusually large, well assorted
and Mrlotlyjfashionable supply of pieco
goods, to which they ask special atten
tion. The lot embraces tho finest cloths
And oraioicra ever, brought to Cairo, and
such u varle'ty ofstylestha'l'all tastes may
be accommodated. Suits or garments
from these goods arc made to order In the
best mnnner nnd latest style, and at
figures that will defy competition. For
proof of this they ouly ask to be put upon
trial. m At. nil eveuU call' around and see
tho'neV goods. ' jnn2otf.
. . iuo.; k '
, J'ebuary.22; Katie, twin daughter of
Roso .and Bernard McMauus; aged 2
months 2 weeks and (I days,
f Tho funereral will tako place at 10
o'clock Wednesday morulug, tho 23rd,
by a special train to Villa Ridge. The
friend mid acquaintances of the, family
are respectfully invited to ntfeiid.
Third Annlvcrtnr)' Hull by he Cairo
Tho members of tho Cairo Casino pro
pose an obrvrtneu of their third anni
versary dny by a masquerade ball In
Washington liall,, on iMonday, February
2Sth, whjeh they ilect to runder an
atlalr pleasant to all "who may choose to
participate. The uiunugemeutrHfcr with
pride lo tho uiuhj intra do balls heretofore
glvon by the Casino, and promise that
thu ball here announced shall no of the
mudUrpectubIeamt interesting cha
racter.. Committee of Arrangements Louis
IfcrbertH. Meyer, Robt. Bribach.
The Tnrnrr n.ill l.mt MJU.
The Turner masqueradu ball, hist night
was all that wo anticipated It would be
a grain! Mieceas. Everything passed oft'
l 'to hnpplept manner possible; the
miiMO was im ciu.m, uiu m....Kci.lc.i
ami mini) host, of
WUlitfVouUIid!, n,pleasapt.afl iv May
morning. At an early nour uu morn
ing tho gay crowd dispersed, ovcryhody
feeling that ho had enjoyed one of the
nau iurniiiiui mm ui im cnjvjuicm.
We are glad to add, In conclusion, that
tho atr.ilr was a -success lluanclally as
well as socially.
rrr ... ..,,,,
slunur nan AWf, Coliimbiin.
" , III. V U'K,,l Mtuxmum w ,
il Rub..onrbl. LeuK ' w
Hilier Moun. llempbi. .
n. ... ... I... .. tl . .1 1.
Ton. J.pir, NeUrk.UU,
, " fcUIU. Ktw Orlmuui,
" Julnw icUturlt, . ,
i Alu.ka, Cini'iniutli,
Wild IHICW, I'ltl.blirjjh, ,
Ftea'rner Pan AMi. CUIiunliiu, "
' Win. WJille. I'ailuiMill,., l
. A. Ilaker. Kiutuoil,
bilviT Moon.CiuuiimaUl, .
A J linker, l'ltuhurgli,
Tom .lnwr, St Loulu,
Julia, bt, I.ouik.
41 - "I '
AUa, New Orlcai.",
flam, M Loiin,
' tlreat ejmlilly, ffc.ir Odoaof. . . t
Tho weather was clear yesterday un
til nearly ulglit, and hns been cloudy
ever since. Tills morning wo .ba.d a
ifalnt'atto'mpt'at a' sridw'stdrnv but'ltend-
ed In a sleeting rain which froze as It
fell; jeavln'g'1 otif BltleWalUa Jtr'a 'Very1
alid-up-ery condition. 'Tbe rain ceased
abqut noon, but commenced again soon
' Tho river has risen two feet six Inches
slnoe last report and Is still rising rapidly-
. , '
The Mississippi Is nbout statiojinry at
St. Louis, wjtb,slx! nnd a half feot:lu, the
channel to that city,
Tuo.Ohlo Is falling slowly at Pittsburg.-
wltlpjevondet; water in uo ouuuiioi
teen met wmur m ...
falls', and two feet in canted.
Business oottttnues unsic ai ourwparf.
I tij0 Peytona nml barges, lronsldos and
' barges. Liberty xso. i. unu uurgos..isj
maroU ahd Mississippi' aro all, loading
there, ' Our, Iroi'yvwdlog- BierckantB.are
deterralficOi:lnjiVno ul'ocjfado, of freight
flhalljiereaftcf occur at Cairo. f
No 3. who were out nt farm houses in tho
county wjitintbe ColjublbYan passed up,
arrived hero Uifs nioniliig on tho Silver
Moon, scxcc i EJ. yyllo watchmah,
Charles lmr)i'if Cliflrlesum, 2nd mate,
amrciiarles Morris carpenter, who re
mains near the wreck until the agents of
the Insurance companies arrive to take
charge. Jhs. Ford, Steward was on the
Moon, and Is reported out of danger.
George Webster,, pantryman, is at tho
Sisters Hospital, Cairo, badly, but not
fatally burned. Tho. 'colored porter,
Charley Brown, la badly burned about
the head, but left for Cincinnati on tho
train yesterday evening.. ,
Tho lntotcold weatuer.and snow storm
extended all overtb'oNorthern, Mlddlo
and Western States. Tho, thermometer
sunk to ten degrees above zero lit Nash
Boveral cases of death from freezing
occurred in tho north.
Tho Miesiss'lpl is nearly closed by Ice
at St. Louis, and ico is running, out of
tuo Aiicgnany ai ruisuurg.
ThoThompsoa Dean, W. R. Arthi'r
and M. J. Wicks wore all advertised to
J leavo St Louis for New Orleans yester
day pelug hurrJeu out oytoe loo.
Tho.Allsslslppi and Bismark Jeavohorc
for 6rlesu.9 this ovenlng. r
Tho Qolckst'ep la tho regular' packet
for Evansvillo and tho Wna: Whito tho
Paducaji, packet this ovenlng."
CapCalii Charlos J!! Hludol3,ngcnt;for
the abovo' boats.
i .a- 1 I
A common Bensevlpyr, demonstrates
the fact, that a haudsomo fortune can be
made In' a very short timo, lu any city
of the slzo ofCalro, In the' ruahn?rtctbry
anil ;alo of Mdlor ' &. McClellaii'ajIm-
proved Patent Awning. Jtho agent for
the salo of stato and county' rights cau
bo scon for a few days, opposite .the
postofllce, or at tho St. Charles Hote'l.
Tho' completest stoch of gentlemen's
furnishing goods In the, city f lstlto bo
found at Miller arid Miller's. It would
bo n remarkable want, indeed, in this
Una that they cannot satisfactorily supjily
at the very lowest figures rullng'ltf 'tho
market. (y tf.
FOR SALE. n
'4 t f .
"Tlif Firmi. tJnor H'wTin'rioIrt or fichnge for
Cairo city projicfty,
'TliOJIA-.-onEKN 4 AI.DE.V.
IsSOLUTlON NOTICE. j . T 5
Thi cn.tmlncrlln between Btirnlielme r A Marx. la
th'm 'l.i J Tiolrp(l by mutu&lcnQAuni. IVtilnruLAimct
ri'l.rins . from tlio dim. All cla,rtii, 'against,' ami
duo. the firm. Mill to nntlcl Ly A. Mri.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
OTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Illlnoix Crnluil lialtroa
, Oilro, February 16th, IK
On and after thodafo oftlila nollcf. all bllli of U
illng for Hip Tramlt Ptfamer "Vxn AW will Ui
Ktel t hf Ho" Depot oR!c, on nrncnUlion of
ilray tioUiH nlsfid by tio rccelTliiff elr. on Traaall
frtiis Uw JAMUS JOHNSON, ARrnt.
1 REEK A UILBKKT, .
Attorneys and Counsellors nt Law,
U'llllnm II. Oreen.
Will niu H. Ulllxri,
CAIRO, I Li
Tlllr t. tillUITI,
Bprrial attention (lien to Admiralty and Stettibeat
Onicc on Ohio Leree, lloomi 3 ami 4
oitr,Ut .National Hunk. nl&tn
XL EN, WEBB & UUTLKU,
ATTORNEYS AT LiW.
Corner of rjorj:nO afreet 4 pomrarrclal ATa
VV. J. Allen, I
II. IVfttinn Vebl, 10,
I.. I. Uuller, S
ULKEY, WALL & "WHEELER,
ATTORNEYS AT l-AW,
.Iniiv II. Mm.Kr.r.
'iivrf.w.iWi.i r if Ir'Aittft ni.
Kah'l P. Wukkukb, J
omea rtnoma, 8 aliU V tVlnter'a Blco '
m a r.iiinrjH'P
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Olilre,rorncrorneIltli Ntreet (.ml Wasb.
IllKlon Ave UHI),
Will practice In this and the adjoining Judicial cn
uilu, and make colltiooi In tlio neighboring onun.
r of MW'Oiirtaud KentuokT.- ' aJ9lf
M. WARD, '
U tirepared to fill ordeia promplly anl aatlafactorlly
with the beat oak and hickory firewood.
Leave orders at Ilulen'i old utand, or at the 'Pp't
office. - "P
frUCKRlE'aEfi NEWBERRY & CO.-,
PKACl'ICAL MARHLE WORKERS.
. i i i-and Importfrs of " ... '.. !
Itnllnu Marble, atotenGrnnlir', Elo'.T
Waro roomi and WirlH!(op cor. fd J 8t.AnitM.
owKNsnonb,;..".'.. , kkntucky.
, nfnnnmiiuta Vault. ar.ivoBtoiieH. Mantlet: PulraW
tm. ei.uu(icuUt.wUli nuncrlonworkmamelp, tt'
liiKi'xt iirico. KiiKllihiQerHiun aneUiiaUiwir letter-H
indoneln the tyini.nitl'l9iidgrpnlwnKurr
fc the bent WUliitpM Vf.liuroiJqdliiUt'tle'ii QJ "I
b ... .r .CAkCx THOMAS. Aaent
A ., "A? HKU1
, , Tlin teat I'oinlo llint. tlroivs.
If fa from t-.'ii day to tiro wcelu.eailier.lhaa.aaar
It M lu'fabr -'finality and delfbaey of nftrCPIMai
in. r iw.1..... . f-. . i .i
II in In prnductlyenen
"lUCtlVPnMM Ihn mnil e.lifil.litt.tel
rvcroflerrd tithe public, 'flic Miiorti. of the yield
or lat aennon from ainKa pnund run aa hlrt at
acicnbualiclito the pound. For b n
Febldlm fllOMAH, UnEENft ALDaTV,
Caught In the MMiliilppI rlrer oppoalto Relraoit
Mq., Two;I)ulei I'otton. Unlet nana l called . far.
property proven and demand paid within thirty dare
the name will be anld for account of charge a. For barr
tlculars addrrn Frank M.Uuadley, I. C It. a. Whtf.
boat, Cairo, III.
OR SALE OR RENT.
Ono twqtory llltICK KOUHF.. with (ore-room
and dwelling attnehedt cenalatlnc of flight rooma,
Koodclatcrn.ctc, Alao for nale, one COTTAOB, oq
lentil atroet. of flro rooms and olntern, eto. .For
further information, Imviiro at 15S Commerelal
Xj XZO" 3D.
in . i a .i ' jifuod
HTEAXSH1PN learo weekly from Hew Twr'J
Liverpool and lueenitowa.'
For psisaso apply to CHAS. Tl niNPE, iuf
Or to S. .I!0WC, Orn. '.Woatom Agent, K.t S iAkl
Etrcot Chl'tiyio. , . r;i
"fcliltwly " . " i
la horthy fiWen that default harlot eecarrftl In
tlio performance of the conditions expreaaed la a
certain MutIrro or Doed of Trust executed by,,
John O Krlnn to Samuel Steals Taylor and HdwlB
lUrsonx Tnuwee of llm-Cairo Oiry rrepertr,
dated tho Twepty-lhlrd day of January, A. B.
1105. record Waiu'lbe 'Recerder'i offlcellt aia
for Alexander county. In thebtuto of llllnels,
Hook I' of Iiecds.pace ISO, said mortitace erdeed
of tnut, totiTeylni?. lot numbered (li) Tel? fa
lllock iiumheri-d i (Ninety. two) la the Piral ,
linn to the CUT of Cairo. In said count and State.
We, tho utuleraigned, aald Trustees, will ea
wpunnjay, inetvconu uay or tisren, A. U Uff,
av 10 o'clock .lu the forenoon of that day, tiMor
ami by virtue of the power of sale oatalaeaHr
aalil MnriRnijo, sell, at ruMlo Auctlen. lo ta auk-
t bidder, for CASh, at the oDtqe bullMoffar mi
Trdlees, Vomer Wa.Oilnjjlon areaoe aael u
Hint, in said city of Cairo, In Alexander cowatf
nd State of JUUiols, aald lei numbered Toelvo t
li) In block, numbered. Wi (ninety-two) lalha,
Mjt tbcteof. with the entiurteaa ices to
oiaiMlilun loinecuyoi uire, accoruiraietu
Miitioiejiuid condition of eaid mertiu
l)j!nt. (,lr,: Illinois. ' btuar dlh. IslO.
S. 8TAATS TAYI.OU,
Trustees ef the Cairo City I'reperly,
Is hertli rentlwt'iiiefanll hiring ocenrre'dia'
Uie perfuniiancw of the condltlenf expreited in a
corum MurtKSt er Ueed of Tinst executed by
Patrick Lulun to Samuel BUUtiTaylarand Edwin" A
Parsem, Trmta of the Calrw Oty I'roperty.daud -.. X
UieTtilrddtof DecejnbcrA. U. I9vl, rrcoided la i..
the ltwordei's office, In and for Alexjndereoua.
ti.inlhe Stute of Illinois, In Hook 1 ef Peedt,'
rMBeS-i, U inorijfHKe or detd nt .trust. eeaTer- K
log lot numU-red;rcnty.Hre(i-.) inblookBna. , ,,k1
lu red Twent.tercn, (J7i tn tho Hr;t At.ditlen U,
the city of euro, In sa'd'egun! Mt,8uU, We,
dny, the fttcond day of llareh, A. O. 1I7; at ! 1
u'cloca In thu lorvnooa of that day, undaraadbr .. .i.
tlltue of the wow it of tale contained In said iut.u
mortf?K, sell, at snl.llc auction, to the highest '
Mdan inr !, at tho omce budding oteatal
TruaUci, corner Waiblnglon avenue and Urau !
street, in saldcity of Cairo, in Alexander cuunt
and' ( of Illinois, said lot numbered' (al) , 7
Tenty-liri In bloek nnmliered' Twnl.tee '
111) In tho first addition to tho ulty of Cairo, ae ntt
cori'lnK lutlie recorded pUt thereof, with thaap milt
pnrtenanccs, to satisfy thu purposes and coadi- . .
tioili of said morlKe. .
lti'd, Uiro, Ihuitfls, Fehmary Qlh, I70.
EDWIN l'AHSl)B,'v . "H
Trustees of the Calre City l'roperty. ,lMo
.-g'1 . . u tu.mt
ms 111 II I iaBawa J
otice. r r'jr
la liirhT siren ihstthit deftMlt havlnr occur-
red in the performance of tho conditions "ex'
pressed in a certain Mortgage, or iK-rd of Trust
rxt'i-uted by Charles I.int-n-.ter to Samuel Slants
Taylor and tiilwiu Taraonj, Trustees of Uie Calrw
City I'ropcrty, dated the Thirtieth dsy of or
rnlHT, A- 1. IthKI. rrconted In the llcorler's
.ril.. Im f,. Il.vtn.l.. All.ilV In III Mtal
of Illinois,' in Hook K of Deeds, pane U ic,
suit mrtg.iie or ueea or trust vonrering ioi
nuiiilM-reil u lii in lllock numbered (til Fort.
icvetilu the First Addition to theclty of Celroj -
in saul county iimisuio. we, me uuuersignvn.
raid Trustees, mil on Wednesday, the Hecond
day of .March, A; U- 1ST0. at 10 o'clock In the.,
lorrnoon Ol IIUl uay- uuurr ani vj tiiiuv ui inv
noner of sale contained instld inortxain .eellat
i. utlic aui'tion.to the hirhest bidder for cuh.ai tie
ittlco buildins of s.nd Trustees, conier of Wasb-
tiiKton arenuo nnu ism siroen in siu c7 m
Oiiro, In Aloxuniler county and Hut of lllinsis,
aiu mi nuumereu iuj six in maun. uun ut vn
Cairo, acconling te the recorded plat thsresf,
with the appurtenance, to aatlsiy the pirpeeea
r.sevou lu the tlrst addition to trie cuy oi
niiiccii'litioin oi saiiinioriu.ije.
IlutoJ, Cairo, Illinois, renrtiaiy vin, niu.
H. HTAATS TAYLOR,
Trustee of the Cairo City J'roauty.
Is hereby clren that defanll harltirf eeeurred
Inthe performance of the uottIlt:ont expreasaa
In a certain MortifW, or Deed of TrusLexeeuud
by Joseph II. Cictrer to Samuel Staals Taylor and
Kdnin I'arlons, Tnnlees of the Cairo City Pre.
e,ty d-itwl Ihe Klerenth daypt May A. 0. IMS,
In, I reL-unleil lu the liccoruer somce, . nsnn ir
iiA.nnnr munlf. in
. . - . . . . t ...... 1 1 1 1
IJOOKl OI lirr'i., nn.,
r-r .....i iota niiniberrj uvristsir.
at. fTwe nty.oiico ii, (Twepty.tvro) SJ, (Twealy.
three) it, ITwcnt
re) ii, iihvi
) Tl, ('
Fi.iii In the
)(ii, lStxtJ-nlnlT0, (Ha.
) in liiocic
IKiflet'll) In the SHI AU'iimm io ma suj ai vsini,
en er uairo.
I H4id eonnty and Hlato.
We, the undersign',
will mi Wednesday th Second dar
r a. li. lglti. at lun'elook in the fore-
Mon of timt day, un.ier ami ny rinit er we
nowir of wile centainiHn Mid niorl
mblm anetlon to the hlm.iV bidder
he "flic" ImUdltiR of snld Trusters, c
ni'i iiiui ,f '
r lor csn,a
-1 .Oil. -. . -. Ill ..M H I. .1
Cairotln Aleiidrrcounly and Btate ofllllnels,
said lots nitmhrrfd (i) twenty, (Jlr twrntyon.
Ill) Twenty.two, ) tenty-tnrte. (St) twenty.
four, ) sfxlytiln). T0 '!y ", (
v ono. In bliiok, mimbere.1 (15) flfiern in the
fourth addition to thool ty of C(n, a.-eardlng te
Warded plat therrof. with the arpertenances,
a iatisfy the i.urpoes end enndillott of ,hI4
. ' KDWIN PAIWONS, 1
Trustsoi of the Cairo Oity Property,
Is herrny Siren utinuit nxiut ovvuriev
tho performance of th condiUnns expressed la
Ifth day pf January A. P.
.nrrir,l in inn Iteconler a omce. lnonl
for Al.anderCouqty, In' the Slate of Ill'ftOU. la
Hook 1. of Deeds baie IM. sald MertKe or deed
In tilocK liumoer )rl-'''1,f' 1',,' !:"" Ti.il'
Wo,lhoiiiidcrOti.ed. .aid truatees, will oa, Wei.
nearlar th en'ond day of March A. P. IJf'j'i.'f 1J
. S-Xck in the foreneSrV of that wraodr jl V
Ion tn the
. oerlain Jlortsw, qr Deed of Trust eircuted by , . u
!Kdward II. Weakly to Hamilel fclMta Tarler ead V
JWwm I'arsfoni. Trustees iif the' Cairo, City Pro- i.im
mnty.datedthoTentV.-nnlidaypfJaniury A. P; , . rfr
9cr; for oash, at tin oflire b.iildlng of MJW',.ii
tea.oorntorVllingtOIIATCiiue iia iiunmni
In aild cltv or Cairo, In AlexndQr;cQU8l ,i3fjrAff f
HUto Df Illinol. , sold lot '"nWled'' Sr?
Twenty nro In hlock numbered l (eigk y A
,T,. rir.t a.ldltlcnl" tai'tha
of Cldro. accordlatlo Uivseoqtdyd lfi thrlUH
r.ikn,.l.riiefrnaiirrs. toaat sr me purpoaa
It' I aTMWaOalrCIyMMMf tf ltn
xat ,vn vi s "j""'
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