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NEWS OF THE CITY.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1870.
Tho hundred business men of Cairo
who subscribed nud paid Tour dollara in
ndvnnco for Jones' counterfeit dotictor,
had formed a well settled cotivlcllon that
somebody had been "Hold," when, lo
and behold, tho "detector" cartio to hand
and mude conviction, with some folkn
doubly sure. Justeatl of a well bound
volume of flno steel plates, llko that
which tho solicitor carried with him,
the subscribers received a chart1, printed
from wood cuts. Since we refresh ou
momory, however, wo are Hittlsfled that
the agent did not promise to send a vol
ume of steel engravings. Tho subacrlb
eri formed that conclusion for thamselves
and the agent didn't '"'put liWuelf out
any" to dissipate It. W o 1--1 1
A trip around the world may be ac
complished In 78 daym Stnrtlujr from
Cairo, tho tourist would reach Now York
in 47 hours. -Tho trip from thenco to
Havre would consumo 9 days; thenco to
Marseilles SOhoura; (hence to Alexandria
Odays; thenco to Cairo, Egypt, 5 hours;
to Bombay 12 Jaya; from Bom buy to Cal
cutta 2 days; to IIong-Kong 14 days, to
Yokohama 0 days; thenco to Han Fran
clsco21 days; thenco to Omahu, 03 hours;
thenco to Cairo 37 hours-25,000 miles In
Messrs. Mlllerand Miller have Just re
ceived an unusually large, well assorted
and strictly fashionable Hupply of piece
goods, to which they ask bpeclal atten
tion. The lot embraces the Illicit cloths
and cow I in era over brought to Cairo, ud
Huch a variety ofstyles that ull tastes may
be accotpmodated. SulU or garments
from these goods are made to order In the
best manner and latest style, and at
llgures that will dofy competition. For
proof of this they only usk to be put upon
trial. At nil eveutf call around (and icp
tho new good's. ' JanUotf.
It Is thought that we under-estimated
tho voting strength of tho colored popu
lation ol the county, when wo Used it -at
threo hundred. Intelligent colored men
who are well acquuluted among that cle
ment, In both town and country, are
confident that there are thrco hundred .
and fifty colored votcra within the city
limits, and about a hundred and fifty In
tho country precincts.
A common senso view, demonstrates
tho fact, that a handsome fortuno can be
made In a very nhort time, In any city
of the size of Cairo, In tho. manufactory
and aalo of Miller & McClellan'a Im
proved Patent Awning. The agent for
the sale of state aud county right can
he seen for a few days, opposite the
IKwtofllce, or at the Bt. Charles Hotel.
"Tho Innocents Abroad" by Mark
Twain, should find a purchaser in every
person who can allbrd to minister to the
amount of ?3,G0 to tho mental appetite.
Its contents are of a peculiarly refreshing
and Invigorating nature, aud will bar
out dull care from the mind of the read
er when all other defenses give way.
Buy a copy, and our word for it, you
will never regret tho outlay.
Ik-sldcs n vory complete stock of tin
ware, C. "V. Henderson, 100 commercial ;
Avenue, presents to the trade a splendid
yarlety of cooking Htoyefi,(amou others
tho "Pomona," the "Veteran," the
"Oak," and tho "dtntea" tho latter a
coal stove These, aud any other
mako desired, will be. spld at a small ad
vance oh manufacturers' prides.
Go to tho Athencum to-night. The
Young Men's Dram at lo association have
prepared a feast of fun and burlesque,
eplced with a variety that will amuse
eveu the veriest anchorite. Admission
only CO cents, aud tho net proceed go
Into the treasury of the Orphan Asylum.
CJ.08INO OUT THE KNTIHK STOCK OK
ready madoclothlng, furnishing good,
boots, shoes, ham, caps, trunks and vails
es at P. NefPa, No. 70, Ohio Levee, at
actual cost, for cash only.
Nothing tends moro to connubial hap
pines than cheerful ami healthy Infants
and children. Mrs. Whltcomb'a Syrup Is
the great ohtldron's soothing remedy
Tho St. Nicholas lllniard Hall Is one
of tho largest and best furnished in tho
country. It la tho report of both citizens
and strangers wlio Indulgo billiard play
ing. , , JanOtf.
ONE THOUSAND YAJ1D8 OF OKEEN AND
steel nilxco Jeaus, at 60 and 75 cents per
yard, atP. NefTel no.70, OhloiLovee. tf
Pitcher & Henry'alarge stock of hard
.ware,, cutlery tooli,'tovtr tinware, eto
will bo sold without regard to cost. tf
'I1 I.I I l,i J
A splendid lot of calf boots and gal.
ters vlll arlvu at P. NefTs next week,
and will bo sold low for cash. tf
1200 iuuis of assorted' 'pants, with
vests to match, at cost, at No. 78 Ohio
Go to 02 Ohio Levoo for Aurora oil. It
Ih cheap aud safe, and does not smoke
phlmnjpa. , ., , , fabj(Sd3w
Back coats at j,k$s than coax at
P.NcIPa, No1. 70, OhloLeveo. tf.
Uso Endcr'n Chm ' , Cure,-"It never
MW M JH fl ; rVJ" 1 '
Tho Aurora oil wlllnnt stain or greaea.
THE CHARTER ELECTION.
The oniclnl llctutm.
The City Council met In Joint session,
last night, nnd proceeded to cauvaBS. the
returns of tho lato election. Wo present
below the result of tho canvass:
? S B g ?
S f. JS 2 E
79 W 41 122 37
DO 83 61 109 335
83 1H it' 71 310
C2 43 32 14) 281
'17 09 20 ir m
U 130 45 1M 404
CT 102, pi 31T
03 171 Ml' 436
C9 CI 47 107 J7
77 M 37 14 348
W 110 35 Cli 270
19 25 18 21 Ml
Thomas Wilson ............
John II liberty.....,
For City Clerk.
John Brown , M
John C Crowlfy
J T Thoinor. .......... ........
For Of jr Treasurer.
Joseph H Taylor.........
J oli ii llylanu. ..................
Jolin M IviniJin. ...........
FE Albright ..............
For City Marshal.
Ilcntli otl'cter William.
Peter "Williams, moro generally known
as "Cairo Pete," cleared the shores of
tlmo on tlio ovontug of tho; 22d Inst., af
ter an Illness that was painful and some
what protracted. He had resided In
Cairo fifteen or sixteen yeare, and was
known as a somewhat peculiar charac
ter. He was singularly fond of excite
ments, nnd was over present at fires,
on occasions of celebrations, and took an
especial delight In tho crashing roar of
cannon, or the sound or martial music.
A year or two ago, while celebrating the
national anniversary, his right arm was
no tori' by tho prematuro dfeshargo of a
cannon, that amputation becamo neces
sary. A few months ago, accompanied
by a few friends, he repaired to the Villa
Itlgo cemetery and there burled tho am
putated limb, with all tho form and so
lemnity of a regular Interment. Tho
balauce of his mortal part was put away
yesterday in the same narrow resting
Ilowe'i Maa.tcaL Monthly.
AVe have received number eight of thlH
Invaluable publication; lind are delight
ed with it. It contains twenty waltzetf,
gallops, quadrilles, polha mazourkas and
ougH, tho creations of Strauss, .Glover,
Parlow, Fa'at,Uurdlk;Zlk6fr,,nnl Gnn
gel, aud In all things ful.ly, maintains, the
repute gained by previous numbers. The
pa,pcr Jsof thqhepylMt.g.tiallty.nud Is, all
music slzeafid when botr'tlil Svhl be per
fectly uniform. Price 35 cents per
number or3 per-annumr- ThU It only a
llttlo over a cent per sheet for tho bes t
music of the day.: Address Kilos Howe?
IDOO, K ward!
The agent for that beautiful patent
Awning1, aowoxbtblted ou Commercial
avenue, opposite the post ofllco, ofTera
the above reward to any person who will
produce Its equal, for neatness, conven
ience, duriblllty and cheapness. Tho
right to mauulacturo aud sell this stylo
of Awnings In Cairo and, Mound City
will be sold cheap If application is made
toon. JamwKknton, Agent.
feb25tf St. Charles Hotel.
Tho Ilrummt Tclli the Klory.-Froin alt
directions orders for Phalon's Vitulla or
Salvation for tho hair como. pouring in
All the noxious Dyea Ac, go down be
forolt. A year henco they will he un
marketable. Tho ladles ay It la as
pleasant to uso as a perfumed toilet wa
ter, and It Is as transparent as crystal.
Nothing olso reproduces so perfectly tho
original huo of tho hair.
i " Blood! 1
Considerable speculation was cxqlted,
th'fs morning, by tho discovery of a pool
of blood between tho rails of tho Illinois
Central, oh' Levee 'street above Tenth.
How it got there was and atlll Is a
mystery. It la not chargeable to tho cars,
and us the ground thenco to tho river la
marked with traces of blood, the conject
ure Ih rlfo that somebody has been foully
dealt with. Who has a more satisfactory
solution of tho mystery?
Tho stock of silk hats at Miller A Mill
er's comprises tho very latest styles aud
the finest inako of tho season. The
variety Is vory great, tho stock large,
and prices havo been regulated to liar
inonlzo vth tho times. Call In and ox
Tho complotest stoch of gentlemen's
furnishing goods in tho city , Is to bo
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
bo u remarkablo want, Indeed, lu this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at the vory lowest figures ruling iu the
l'ertoaal Taxca. .
Partlea yoPowlng personal! taxes will
now seo tho necessity of paying up. Tho
llsoal year U, rapidly drawing to a .close,
ami no further iudulgeneq can ho given.
(Apromp.pivyinent is tuerororo expected.
Feb. 21, 3t City Collector.
Notice t tiie Tax.pupVra ofAlexanilrr 'i.
,'Il rll lllliial.-' . 'J. , 'I
I will bo In my office at tho court houso
every day during this month for tho pur
poso of recivffig-firatd-and County taxes
now duo Cairo III. Feb. 1st 1870
feMdlp 1K MXjjftfe C)Udfr'r,l
. .. ' .fHllTJ-i ". --o-lT ,
A German girl or woman, a good
cook; to go1 to Padu'eih. Apply to Ewell
Tho celebrated Aurora oil ca,n be, had
at No..2 Ohio Levee.' JanSl-lm
A CONFIDENCE CHAP TAKEN
A iUncally "Jack-of all-Trailei."
Observing a tall, black-haired, decently
clad Individual In charge of tho Jailer,
yesterday evening, bonding his steps to
ward the jail, wo extended inquiries as to
tho whya aud wherefores, nnd elicited
tho following information.
Tho namo.of tho tall, black-haired In
dividual la given as Robert T. Bowman.
Ho arrived In town last week and at onco
concluded that ho would mako his visit
pay. On Friday ho called at tho store of
Mr. H. McManus, and purchased two
pairs orshocs, offering In paymentthere
for ft $100 bogus check on tho First Na
tional Bank. The check was refused,
ond, of course, tho trado was not consum.
mated. A( tho store of J. H. Grcely &
Co., ho picked out two paira of snoea and
oHercd tho fcarao check, whi'-h
was again refused A short tlmo after
warda ho called In at a small up-town
grocery kept by a woman where ho Intro
duced himself aa a rich soutiiorn planter,
nnd bought a dozen eggs and for Itho
third time ofTered hla $100 check. Fail
ing here, as elsewhere, toshovo his bogus
check, ho "turned up" In tho 'store of
Haynes andSloo whero ho represented
himself ns Col. Bell, of Ullln, and asked
nnd obtained credit for an umbrella.
Subsequently' lio visited ITnrtmati'a
auction rooms, selected a lino pair of
woman's shoes, and asked permission to
tako them across the street, remarking
that If they tit his wife he would Immed.
lately return and pay for them. Aa he
didn't return and pay for them It la rea
sonable to conclude that they didn't
fit. lu other portions of tho
city ho represented himself
as an agent authorized to mako collect
Hons fora Memphis Orphan asylum; but
as our peopie 'havo aa greats home bur
den of that kind aatheychooso to bear,
his collections were quite umall. Ou
Monday evening ho visited tho board
ing house of James Clonan, and engaged
board. Hero ho represented himself as
an extensive operator In hay, and oftcr
a abort stay left the house for tho avow
ed purpose of receiving a train of hay
that had just arrived per Illinois Ceil-'
ttal railroad. By this tlmo tho officers
had been Informed of Mr. Bowraan'B
false pretenses, and commenced a look
'builofhl'm. About '5 o'clock Monday
evening Ned fihanuessy overhauled him
on tho unpor llinlli.of tho city, and sua-
ceeded ,ln, bbglilllng him down tbwn.
Arrived at tho court house he uivinca
Shanuessy'fl purpose, aud offered a very
stubborn resistance. Ho wag overcome,
howover, and conveyed to prison. Hav
ing his hogu checks still on hU person,
he coucealed them In his cell, but a ne
gro boy confined In tho same cell, abua
Bowmau'a coufidcncc and disclosed to
the officers tho'whcreabouls of the papers.
They were, therefore, recovered and pro
duced on trial. The caso was heard by
squlro Bross, yesterday evening, who
committed the accusod to Jail, In default
of bail in tho sum of ouo thousand dol
lar. The ht. Xlcholna Hotel aud Itrolntirant.
This iopular and eligibly located house
of public entertainment is now fitted
aud furnUhed throughout In good tyle;
aud, under the management of Meiar.
Walker & Slsson, la doing a largo and
thriving business. It la kept upon tho
Kuropean plan tho guest calllug for
what ho wauls when he wants it, wheth
er In the day or night time,, aud paying
yuly for what ho orders. The rooms are
largo aud clean, furnished with the best
of beds nnd bedding, Tvhllo all other fea
tures of tho establishment are arranged
with-an oapoclal.oyp to tho comfort and
convenience f tho guests. jaGtf
8(. .Nlchoja JIoUl, VUirt 2tl.
II. Shlck, N. Shlck, and C. Shlck,
Anna, Ills; II. F. Potter, Mound City; B.
Mahler, Cincinnati Ohio; Walllngtou
nnd Lady, Ky.; J. N. Betes and family,
Clinton, Iowa; Titos. 1). Coyl, Clncluna
tl.Ohlo.; Jas. M. .Brown and, M. Moran,
Charfes'ton, Mo; L. Qoodali, Jackson.
Tenn; L J Alnsley, Chicago; L B Prlco,
Columhua; B Nelsou and lady, Louis
ana; Marshall, Ballard county, Ky; J
Nally, do; P N Smith, Mo; O H Leo, Ky ;
C F 'Woodruff, Newberp, Tenn; It S
Russell, F'aukfprt, ,Ky; II C Hugh, Mo;
A J Parton, Mo; Jus M nomas, Cham
pagne: J Randall aud family, Ills; F
Jones, Ills; L A Parduo, LoEx Co.
" AntouUMnt; but True."
That Dooley's Chemlcal.Yeast Baklug
Powder is not only tho best but tho
chcajwt lu market. It is eutlrely frco
from any deleterious substances, nnd
compounded with such scrupulous ox
actnesa that the contents of. each box
iro tlio Bo'trfo; ancY-wiirpnAluoo'tho sahio
results every tlmo. It la uuequalcd for
making biscuits, rolls, cakes, pastry,
&c., at onco' healthy nud nutritious.
Full wolght In each package. Grocera
overywhoro'kceplt. ' feb21mwas
The sale of tobacco at tho Plantern
arbhouso, yeatcrday, was vell attend-
The s ilea wero aa follows:
; l,lihd frqated Jugs at $ , 0 60
5 do- lugs at from..i.. 7 SO to8 60
17 do common leaf at D 50,tql0 00
13 do medium leaf at 1Q 60, to'l 1 60
11 do. gaodflhlppinglcafatl2 00tolG 00
r r - i
Tio pendant of a ponrl car ring, form
ed of two circular parts. Tho finder will
bo( llborly rowaMeil by leaving tho
same at this office. feb24.'id
Blftmer Dn AM, Cblnmbun,
11 Lovrcllin, I'arliicnh,
" Hornet No. 2. Hew Orleans,
" ljongwortli, New Orleans,
" Vlrffinln, lioulsfllle,
" 8t iJuko, Memphis,
" Ham Drown, 8t I.otiM,
" tain Orr, ETnTllle,
Olty ot AUon. Vlckuburr,
' MarbloClty, Vicksburg.
Steamer I)n Able. O.tumbui,
" I.ewellln, l'ailncali,
IlarbleCity, 8t Loul,
City or Alton, HtKoiili,
" Ham Orr, KTanTlll,
Hornel No. 1, Pittabnrir,
" l.onwortb, LoiiltTllle,
" Arthur, New Orleanr,
" Virginia, Now Orleani,
Fannie Brandela, Memphft.
Business aero continues good.
Tho sky was clear of clouds this morn
ing, but tho atmosphere ha'd the hazy
appearance which prognosticates rafn.
Tho temperature was .mild add spring
like. The river has risen eight Inchos sinco
last reportand now seems to do rising
very slowly. It will probably como to a
stand to-night and fall to-morrow.
Tho Mississippi Is rising slowly at St.
Louis with nearly six foot in tho channel
abovo Cairo. Thcro is an abundanco of
water for all classes of steamboats above
t Tho Ohio hi falling t Pittsburg, with
soven feet scant la tho channol. It la
falling, at Loulavlllo with elovon foot
water in tho chuto over tho falls.
Tho Cumberland la still falling, with
nine feet water on Harpoth Shoals.
.Tho splendid steamer Thompson Dean,
Cnpt. Pepper, leaves for New Orleans this
evening. Her accommodations for paa
songers are unsurpassed, while her offi
cers are among tho most experienced
and pleasant gentlcmon on tho river.
Tlio Lewellin Is tho regular packet for
Pad u cah this evening, and tho Quick
step for Kvansville.
Capt. Chas. T. Hludo Is agent for tho
"the hest in use" Enders' Stomach
A .Boon to mankind la Aoruan
Chalybeate Cough Byrup ; only 75 cents
per bottle. For sale by S. J. Humiu.
olhlnKi Hnpior to Xormia'i Chaly.
beate Cough Syrup for, Crou pfc Hoarseness
Dyplherlo, Asthma, &o. For said by S.
J. Kumm. ' febSldawlw
The Aurora oil will give a clear and
brllllaut light, and la entirely noti-cx-
a'lojjvei . . . . fobl6d3w.
Have we any wood sawyers among us?
A half day's search on our part failed to
dUcloso the existence of any.
' Youths' boys and cuildhn's cloth.
Ing at loss. than New York, prloss, will
be told this month, at NotTs regardless of
Old newK papers can bo bought at tho
'Bulletin' otllco for 75 cents per 1(0. At
this price they aro cheaper than tho com
mon straw wrapping paper.
Tho Aurora oil is the cheapest, safest
and cleanest burning fluid in use. It
may ho had at 62, ohlo levee.
Tho details of tho vote for Councllmeu
and Aldermen, which wo could not ob
tain to.day, will ho given In tho council
Everybody uses Wizard Oil, and
Barclay Bro's. sell it cheap for cash.
Patronlzo homo institutions. Buy from
The Continental la tho only cook stovo
with sliding oven doors. Warranted in
all respects. Pitcher 5c Henry, at 192
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
nov20tf i i ;
ids dozen lato stylo Hats, nud others,
at cost, for this month ouly, at Peter
NefPs, No. 70, Ohio Loveo.
Call and cxamlno tho stock and prices
before, you mako your purchases, and
don't forget your pockotbooks. tf
IOR SALE OR RKNT.
UriV inn-H'Ify Dlllbil HUUnr,, mill riui'-wuiit
Ami dwell. tig nttachoil, rcuU(lng of cicht romn
f-rtd rtnru t.i AUn tir mhIa. nnn Cli Vrn K. on
IVntii Miroct, of tiro room an4 cittrrn etc. For
fiatlrlururiuation. Innuiro at 123 Coniinorelut
COAL BARGE LOST.
JOs't COAL BARGE.
A liberal rewanl will be pali! tho Qiulerby tending
Information to Cairo HalJ bargo wa WO fett ong,
deckeil over, marked N.J, lliglry on aide, and had a
tin numbe-3or 4 on thueud. Ic got away from Cairo
and wn turned liottotn upwarda.
feW..llm A. I.. HllOTWEI.Ii X SON.
JP M. WARD,
DEA I.Kit IN
Ii prepared to fill ordein promptly and iktlafaclorily
with tlia'neat oak and hleKory firwnod.
I.cavu nrdora at llulon'a old nUnd, or at the poi
JOS COAL YAitiy, ,
.TAJIKS ROSS, Proprietpy
COMNKKOIAX. AVKNVK, . ,
Olipovllo Foot of Eleventh Nlract.
Kofn contlaittliOa hand Pilubare.- Ml. Carlwn,
And liuQuoln COala.'wliIch will bo delivered In quail
tillri In mlt, iu any part of ilio city.
All I'oal welxheil, Mid full mwiam'o guaranteed.
Turma trlotiy cash lu "'I case. diu.tf
t"ANTKI For tha address of any enerretla
cwiiviv-iur, male nr.feinalo, I will send sample
goods paving MS td fio tor day, free. Address I),
K. LINlNOWN, tSH: Ilalsled sireei, aili'sgb.III,
To James Mltchcl, tho heirs of Ocorijc Uumaard,
nnd all others Interested.
You aro hereby notlflod that nt a solo of land And
town lots for tho Htata, county olid other taxes,
for tho year 1807, held at tho court homo in tho
city of Cairo, county of Alexander and Htatoof
llllnoli, onthoioih nnd 3oth ( nvsof July, law, V
becamo tho purchaser of tho following do-crlbcd
property, to-wlti In tho namo of James Mltchcl,
the N W of tho N K of Ho 13 in Town 14, Itango 2
West, to acres, for tho sum of $1 fifl, In tho namo
of Ocorgo numRArd'a helr, lot No. '1 In llloek
No. 40 la tho city of Cairo, for the sum ol $24 sr,1
nnd that tho tlmo of redemption will oxpiro on
tho 29th nnd notli days of July, 1870, and If not re
deemed at that tlmo I shall apply for a deed and
possesion of the nbov described prcmltes.
N. HUNSACltEIt, Purchaser.
Cairo, February 21th, H70.-rb2SdlU4iw
Is hereby given (hat default hating occurred In
tho performance of tho conditions expressed In a
certain Mortgago or Deed of Trust executed by
John O Krinn to Hamuel Utaats Taylor and Edwin ,
Parsons, Trustees of tho Cairo City Property,
dated the Twenty-third day of January, A. V.
1660, recorded in tha Recorder's office. In and
for Alexander county, in the Statu of Illinois, in
Hook P of Deeds, pago 1C0, said mortgage or deed
of trust conreyinft lot numbered (VI) Twelre in
Mock numbered W (Ninety two) in tho First Add!,
lion to tho City of Cairo, in said county and Siat
Wo, the undersigned. Said Trustees, will on,
Wednesday, theHecomt day of March, A. D. It70, '
at 10 o'clock io the forenoon of that day, under
nnd by rirtuo of the power of sale 'ontalned In '
said Mortgnue, sell, at Publlo Auction, to tho high
e.t bidder, for cash, at the oltico building of snld
Trustees, corner Washington avenue and 18th
street. In said city of Cairo, In Alexander county
and State of Illinois, said lot numbered Twelvo
(lit) in block numbered VI (ninety-two) in tha
first addition to tho city of Cairo, according lo the
plat thereof, with tho appurtcnaacon to sitisfy the
purposes and condition of said mortgage.
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, February th, lbto.
H. HTAATH TAYLOlt,
Truilees of tho Cairo City Property.
Is hereby irlmn that ilcfiuill liavhiff occurred In
tho performance of tha conditions expressed ma
certain Morlgago or Deed of Trust oxecutod by
Patrick Litton to Samuel Htaats Tayleran.1 Kdwln
Parsons, Trustees of the Cairo City Property, dated
the Third day of December A. D. 1804, recorded In
tho Kvcorder's office, in and for Alexander coua
ty, in the Htata of Illinois, In Hook 1 of Deeds,
page 2d, aald mortgage or deed ot trust convey
ing lot numbered Twcnty-tive (23) in block num
bered Twenty-seven, (27) In thoMrst AddiUonto
tho city of Cairo, In said county and Hiate, We,
the undersigned, said Trusted, will on Wednes
day, tho Kecond day of March, A. D. 17, at 10
o'clock In the forenoon of that day, tinderand by
vlrtuo of the power' of aalo contained In said
mortgage, sell, at aubllc.auotlou, to the highest
bidder tor cash, at the oltico building of said
Trustees, corner Washington avenue and llrh
street. In ssld city of Cairo, In Alexander county
nnd state of Illinois, said lot numbered ()
Trfenty-tlve, In block numbered TwentV-ievsn
(IT) In the tint addition to the city of Cairo, ae
uordior to the recorded plat thereof, with the ap-pu.-tennnccs,
to satisfy the purposes and condi
tions of saldmortgage.
Dated, Cilro Illinois, February 9th. U70..
B. hTAATit TAVLOB,,
Tfuslces o the Cairo City Prcerty.
Is hereby given that that default havinrOceiir-j '
red-ln tho performance of rlio.condltioni-ei. .
prvseea in ncrnnin lorignge, or wrqn oi.nmi
xecuted by Charles l.aiictr:t6 BumtlolBtauW'
Taylor and Kdwin l'urions, Truitftespl the JAto
City Proru'fty, dated (ho Thirtieth dny of. Nov
ember, A. II. IBM. recorded In the Hecofders
VlllUVr, A. .WW, ivUlllt-U III U . tut ui i m
oiBee, In and for Alexander county, In the etato
ot Illinois; InDook U of Deisls, psge 4.,
said tiiortgage or deed ot trim conveying lot.
numbered 0(ii) in llloek numbered (17) lorty
seveuln.Uis First Additlon-to thecltjrof Calroj
In said county nnd Stalo. We, ,tho undersigned,
said Trustees, will on Wcdnelay, tho Becond
day of March, A. D- 1870, at 10 o'clock In the
forenoon of that day under 'l ''y virtue of the.
power of salorontnlned Inasld mortgage , sell U I
piiblie auction.to the hichest bidder for cash.at tftu I
ntllco building of said Trustees, corner of Wash
ington avenue nnd Hth street; In sald'eltj ol
Cairo, In Alexander county andKtateof Illinois,
said lot ntimbereil (0) six in block uumberod (41)
forty.seven In the Hot addition to the city or
Cairo, according to tho recorded plat thereof,
with the appurtenances, to satisfy Iho.purposss
and conditions of said mortgage. ' " v ' 4
luted, Cairo, Illinois, February 0th, 1870.
H. bTAATS TAYI.On,
i:DWlN I'MtiiJ.N.i, . .
Tnif lees of the Calr- City I'ropetty.
! it .
r. i.ri.,v clren tint clff.ml' liavlni? ece'urro'.l '
Inthe perforinancoof thn con-i 'ions expressed
In a certain Mortgage, or Deed f Trust.exeeuled "
by Josei'h It. Cleaver lo riniuef Staats Tailor and
lilwlu Parsons, Trustees of tho Cn o City f re
perty, date.1 tho Kloventh day ot .May A, D. 1M,
and recorded in the Ileoorder'sotJice. in and far
Alexander county, In the State of Illinois, la
llookl'of Deeds, page'.'l, said mortgage or deed
of trust conveying lots numbered UOj Twenty,
21, (Twenty.one) W. (Twenly-lwo) i3, (Twenty.
threO 21, (Twcntywurl W, (SixiyJllne) 70, (Sev.
enty) 71, (rievenfyone) In llloek nnm bered 13
(Fifteen) in the tin Addition to the city of Cairo,
In aald county and Mate. We, tho underslrnas),
ahl Trustees, w!l on Wednesday theSeeond day
ofMareh, A. D. 1870, at 10 o'clock in the era
noon of that day, under and by virtue sf lb
power of sale contained in said mortgage, sell at
publlo auction to llie highest bidder far cash, at
tlio otllco building of aaid Trustees, corner Wash,
ington avenuo aud Uth street, in aald city ef
Calroiln Alexander county and State of Illinois,
said lots numbered (SO) twenty, (21) twenty-one,
(Ji) Twenty-two, fit) twenty-three, (24) twenty,
four, (c) siity.nlno, (70) soventv ami (71) aeveo.
four, () siity.nlno, (iiij
ly.one, In Idock numb
r.nrili mlilillonta the oil
ucrm lint nueen in sae
ity of Cairo, according te
the recoMed plat thereof, with Uiesnpurtenancee,
to satisfy the purposes and coudiliou of. ssld
Isfe, Cairo, Illinois. Fehrnary th. 1176.' 1
h. htaath tayixih,
Ttmlees of the Cairo City Property.
Is hereby clveii that default hxvlng oscurred
in tho performance of the conditions oxpressed la
a certain Mortgage, or Deed of Trust etecutea by
Kdivard II, Weakly to wamuel Htaxta TaylsraaJ
Kdwln Pardons. Trustees of tho Cairo City Pro
perty, dated the Twenty-firth day of January A. D.
liWO, and recorded in the Recorder's office, in and
for Alexander County, in tho Stnts of Illinois, la
Hook P. of Deeds page 161, said llertgageor deed
of trust conveying lot numbered (23) twenty Bvo
In block numlwr M (eighty one) In tho Drat addit
ion to theeltyof Cairo III said county and state.
We, the nnderlgned, ssld trustees, will on Wed.
nesdav tl scoond dsy ot March A. D. 1870, at 10
o'clock inthefftrcnonn of (hat day, under and by
virtue ofthepowerof sale contained In said Mort.
Sage, sell, at Public Auction, to thn highest bid
or, for cash, hi Dm ofnee iHilldlng of said Trus
tees, comer of Washington Avenue and 18th street,
In aald city of Cairo, in Alexandor county and
btateof Illinois, said lot numbered (IS)
Twenty five in block numbered 81 (eighty
one) in tho first addition to thn said itV
of Oilru, according lo the recorded plat thror,
with the appurtenances, to satisfy the purposes
and condition of said Mortgage.
Dated, Cairo, 111., rebruary uth. 1870-dld
' ' ' H. 8TA.VTtlTAYI.OIt,
Trustees of Ih Cairo City Property.
ryUCKRIKGrju, NKWMKKKY CO.,
ntACTICAL M.UtllliE WOKKEUS,
and Iruportcrs of
Italian Marble, Hcotcrt Griiultrj:Kto.
Ware-rooms nud Worli.olwp.cgr. 3d A St. Ann sirs.
OWEXdllOnO, .- KENICCKT,
Monumenta Vaults. Oravo Stones, Mantles, Pulmb
Inir. etc., executed with superior workmanship, at
est price. English. (Miiion an.l lltiPxew letter
Inir done In (he beil style j'marblo and granite figunw
by tho liost sculptors'of F.nropo Imported, aud, all
ork iiSmVh. Agent
Jan31dtf Cor, Stu street and Comuif W. ve.
joiiN.iiYLANp; a.A(Lo(q jni(t
Is supplied wttli all kind o
Supoior Xic3a,vt.oX'sj, ,
Itcer, Ale, rc.
Commercial avenuo, beCNInth and Taultistrecjf .
Tbethlrsty. wh) lovff good llnii6r. should Iflve btin
aoull. anl lliose wuo wian vo pun a irrrrani cuwr r
til their wants ouppuea hi ins uar.