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NEWS OF TIIE CITY.
SATURDAY, FERRUARY 20, 1870.
At tho Joint riicotltiKof tho City Coun.
oil, held Friday night, Mr. Wllhon helnif
In attendance, was introduced by Mr
Oborlynn tho Mayor elect, with tho cx-
prcsHlon tit the hope, on tho part .of Mr.
Oberly, that tho uamo harmony and
good will that had prevailed between
tho Mayor and Council during tho past
your would oharacterlzo tho Incoming
adtnlnlHtruilon. Mr. AVilnon thnnked
. Mr. Oberly for his courtey, and alno
hoped that UiorcVould he unity of ef-
fort and porpose between tho Council
and hlmBolf and that their work might
redouncd to tho prosperity of tho city.
After tho adjournment of(tho Council tho
Mayor and tho Mayor elect, It Is said,
Hamplod Hiisunku's lino robollod cider,
Wo havo commenced resetting our ad-
vcrtlHomeuUi for tho now form of tho
'IStillctin,' and, If nothing of an unto-
ward nature intervenes uhall Issue our
llrst enlarged number on the first day of
Wo again urgo xunh of our citizens an
havo mado up their minds to add them-
hoIvch to tho number of our advertising
patrotiH to hand In Ihetr tuns, by Monday
noon at farthest. Their advertlHements
will thcu appear In tho llrst number of
tho enlarged paper.
MfHMra. Miller and Mlllor have Just re
ceived an unusually lurgo, well nnHorted
and Hlrlctly fashionable Hupply of piece
gooaa, u which they aide upcclal atten
tion. The lot embraces the llnest cloth
und culmera ever brought to Cairo, and
mien a variety ofntylea that all tustc may
he accommodated. fiuIU or garmcnta
from theno goods aro mado to order In tho
host manner and latest style, and at
figures that will1 defy competition. For
proof of this .they only ask to bo put uikjii
trial. At all event call around and et
tho,now good. Jan25tf.
A common sense view, demonstrates
tho fact, that a handsome fortune can be
mado in u very short time, in any city
of the size of Cairo, in tho manufactory
and sale of Miller fc McClcllau'a Im
proved Patent Awning. Tho agent for
the sale of state and county rights cau
bo seen for a few days, opposlto tho
postofllce, or at tho St. Charles Hotel,
Besides a very complete stock- of tin-
ware, C. W. Henderson, 100 commercial
Avenue, presents to the trade a splendid
yarioty of cooking stoves, among others
tho "Poinona," tho "Veteran," the
uaic," ami ine Mioies" tlio latter a
coal stove. These, and any other
make desired, will be sold at a small ad
vance on mauufucturers' prices.
Dr. W. J. Cornelius, traveling ngont
of The Odd I-olIow'n Companion, Is in
the city. Tho 'Companion' Is a publica
tion oi -eat mem ami hiiouiu mm a
patron lu every member of that order In
The Continental Is tho only cook stove
with sliding oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher fc Henry, ut 1WJ
Commercial avenue, cor. IL'th street.
Kyerybody uses Wizard Oil, and
Barclay Tiro's, sell It cheap for cash.
Patronlzo homo Institutions. l!uy from
CI.OSINO OUT THK KNTIKR 8TOC1C OF
ready made clothing, furnishing goods,
boot, shoo, haw, caps, trunks and vails-
at P. .NetTa, No. 70, Ohio Luvee, at
actual cost, for cashanly.
Nothing (ends moro to connubial hap
piness than cheerful and healthy Infanta
and children. Mrs. Wliltconib's Syrup is
tho great children's soothing remedy
ino du niciioins xiniiaru Jiuu is one
of tho largest and best furnished lu tho
country. It is tho resort o( both citlr.'-ns
und btrangors who Indulgo billiard play
Floworlng tulips, hyaolnthfl and poly
anthus narcissus for Halo at P. G.Sohiih'ri
drug fctoro. fe 1)20(3 C
UNH THOUSAND YAF.DS OF O HE K.N AND
steel mixco Jeans, nt CO and 75 cents per
yard, at P. XelPa, no. 70, Ohio Levee, tf
Pitcher & Henry's largo Mock of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tlnwaro, oto
will bo sold without regard to cost. tf
A splondld lot of calf boots and gal.
ters will arlvo nt P, NofPs next week,
and will bo sold low for cash. tf
11!00 vaum of assorted pants, with
vests to match, at cost, at No. "tf Ohio
Oo to 02 Ohio Loveo .for Aurora oil. It
Is cheap and safe, anti does not smoky
cnimnifs. ' leuious'
Hlaters havocommonced work 'dn tho
roof of tho custom house.
Back coats at r.Kjs tuan cost at
P. NeiPa, No. 70, Ohio Levee. tf.
Tlio Casino Hall comes ofr on Mouday
Use Sudor's Chill
Cure. "It uevor
Tito "blood mystery" referred to yes
torday has not been solved.
The Aurora oil will not stain or greaeu.
"tinrjjKuT.iK usK'rrndersf Stomach
ni& ' '
iria ii rH'i ,'Vk
'Inn Jliiim on Deck."
The editor of tho Golcouda 'Herald' ex
presses tho opinion that Dan Munn, of
Cairo, will make tho most available can
didate tho radical party can put on deck
for Congress. "Our people," says tho
'Herald,' "aio familiar with his courso
since and during tho war, and aro u'varo
that ho Is eno of tho beaj. ftlump speakers
in tho State."
Tho knowledge of "our peoplo" lu rof
ereiico to Dan's course "during and slnco
tho war," forms the greatest stumbling
block ho will encounter. Wo have in
tho democratic ranks an antldoto for tho
poison of his oratory. His memory of
his disastrous defeat In Joint discussion
in Metropolis and elsowhoro In 1808, has
weakeued Daniel's protenslons and. wilt
ed his plumes as an orator, amazingly.
llo now sees, among democratic orators,
a half dozen Duncan's who might shako
''gory locks" at him.
Altietirtitn J.t Night.
Ono of tho lurgest and most rcspoct
ablo audiences of tho season, assembled
last night, to witness tho second exhi
bition by the Young Men's Dramatic As
sociation; and as quite everybody ro
malned until tho curtain fell upon tho
lastsccne, It Is evident that tho entertain
ment was highly relished. Willi the ex
ception of u baulk or two that might
have occurred oven among professional?,
tho entertainment passed ofl smoothly
mid satisfactorily. Homo of tho local
hits aud tako-oiTs woro good, and the ex
hibition, m a whole, presented much
that was original and enjoyable. Tho
not proceeds, amounting perhaps to $100,
will he turned over to tho Cairo Orphmi
Ttasj Ml. Nicholas! Hotel and Retlaaraut.
Tills popular and eligibly located house
of public entertainment is now titled
and furnished throughout in good ttylu;
and, under the management of Messrs.
Walker & Slfison, Is doing a large aud
thriving business. It is kept upon tho
European plan tho guest calling for
what he want whon ho want it, wheth
er hi the day or ulght II mo, and paying
only for what ho orders. Tho rooms nro
large aud clean, furnished with the best
of beds and bedding) while all other foa-
tures of the establishment arc arranged
with an especial eyo to tho comfort and
convenience fthogdesUi. JaCtf
" ABtaBlaMns; bat True."
That Dooley 'a Chemical Toast Baking
Powder is not only tho UM but the
ohetqcH n market. It Is entirely free
.from any deleterious substance,- and
compounded with such scrupulous ex
actness that the con ton Is of eaoU box
are the same, and will produco tho same
result every time. It is unequaled for
making biscuits, rolls, cakes, pastry,
Ac., at onco healthy and iiutrjtlouH.
Full weight In each packago. Grocers
ovury where keep IU feb'Jlmwos
81O00, lit ward!
The agent for that beautiful patent
Awning, now exhibited on Commercial
avenue, opposlto tho post olllce, oilers
the above reward to any person who will
produco 1U equal,, for oeatnoMiConvcu-
Ience, durlbility and cheapness. Tho
right to manufacture aud sell this style
of Awnings In Cairo and Mound City
will bo sold cheap If application is mado
soon. James KK.NTO.V, Agent.
fcb25tf St. Charles Hotel.
Atleullou, Nlr nulKliU.
A special conclave of Cairo Com
.niandery, No. 13, K. T., will be held
at tho asylum, hi tho city of Cairo, this
(Saturday) ovenlug, February 20th, A,
D. 1670, at seven and a half o'clock,
sharp for work in tho Bed Cross Dogrec.
All sojourning Sir Knights aro courte
ously Invited to bo present.
It J as. S. Bi:aiukn, Bocorder.
Tlie Demand Telle Mm Story. I'm in all
directions orders for Phalou's Vitalia or
Salvation for tho hair como pouring In
All the noxious Dyes Ac., go down be
fore It. A year lienco they will bo un
marketable. Tho ladies say it is as
pleasant to use as a perfumed toilet wa
ter, aud it Is as transparent as crystal.
Not! lug else roproducos ho porfectly tho
original hue of tho hair.
i. o. o. I.
Thcrowlll be a mectinc of tho
Si-Robekkah Degree, ofl. O.of O. F.
at mo nan or Alexander Lodgo
St2i, this evening) at half past 7
o'clock. Tho N. CI. requests all mem
bers of tlmtDegreo to bo present. Visi
ting membors aro cordially Invited, it
Tho completest stoeh of gentlemen's
furnishing gooda in the city , is to bo
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
bo aromarkablo want, indeed, In thin
lino that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at tlio very lowest figures ruling in tho
I' I L
Partlos Yot'owlng personal taxes will,
how'seo the necessity of paylnt; un! The,
fiscal year1 Is rapidly drawliig to a close,
and no furtherndiilgeuce eau. bo gi von,
prompt payment is uerorpro, expected.
; r Joiin Hyi,Am,
Feb. 2i, St
Nolle to theTax.paprriarAlezatniarCo.
I will bolnniyrqfllco at court Louso'
every day during this mouth for tho pur
pose ofTecoIvlng Stftto Ami'Couhty'taxes
now iun ,0'alro y Veu 1st 1870
febd. Li, li, MYlillij Collector. .
The celebrated Aurora oil can be had
atNo. D20hlo'Loveo. ; Juhi21-im,
fpcclal Joint Meeting.
Cnlre, UU.,Fcb:' th,.lS70.
Called for tho purposo of au vasslng
tho returns of the lato charter election.
Present His Honor'tho Mayor, Coun
cilman Barclay, Williamson and O'Cal
lahau, aud Aldermen Brauklo, Ilend
ricks, Kennedy, Loin, Loncrgan, McKeo
On motion Councllmen Barclay was
appointed Clerk pro (cm,
Tho Clerk then laid beforo tho Board
tho returns of tho said election. From
au examination whereof It appears that
K1I1ST VAllD-ro ito.
Tli o mm Wllnori rcclvej - 79 to(9
Jo(id II, Oherly "
;ob cur CLrnx.
Jolin C. Cfonlsy recrlvH - .
Jnhn HroKn ' -
T 1 Tlionm "
rOR CITT AtTOBXriT.
Jolm M InnMlcnreclred....
V V, Albright "
roa citr mtAicntn.
John II) Umt rcclreJ .
JoiujiIi JlTnylor "
ran cur maxuul.
Joioph ArncM tcculrtl...
M llambrlck ' ....
aiX'O.NI) WAItD maiob,
Tlnirna Vilon recctl
John II OU'tly
ion citr CUBIC.
John OCrottley rwolreJ..,-
John nrown " M
T J Tlioinn.
John tvlnnl rccclrcil..... 1W role
Jofeph il Taylor " 1M '"
John M ljuwlcn rccc'Iroil 1T1 rot'1
JoCfh ArnolJ rc-irc.l, m
l Hmnbrlck .
DMcCnrlhy " .
Th')init Wilou rfecireJ-
Jo;m II Obvrljr
roa nrr cttai:.
John Drown, "
T J Thoma
John Iljif.iil rwulifl
Junoph U Taylor "
Jolm f I.n,u r"clrrd
. . . roimrr MAmnAt.
Joph AmoK rccrlrol ,
H ilmntnelc '
... 1 1'" FOURTH WAni)-r,B Aio.
Thom ilnon recclr(iJ..M..
John HObrrly ,
. 1W TObn
John C Crawley I tcrlvcU. ...... !" rotrt
Johntlroan " M 71
T 1 Thorn at .., U "
rou cirr TRtAst'iia. t ,
Jorm Hylmil, rfl?r.l M rotn
n Tailor, .
JohnM Iin-cUn, recrlf J ... , 121 vul'i
FKAibrithi HIT "
rim cur m ih a t.
Joieph Arnol.l roo-hoJ. ., D untrt
M lumbrlrk " ... ..114 '
I) McCarthy 21 "
Whereupon the following resolution
wan presented and read by Alderman
Coutwtl Chamber, Clro, III., Fetj. 21, UT0.
Whereas. The votes cost, at the elec
tion, held by duo orocess of Jaw. on
Tudsday, February 22d, 1S70, in the olty
of Cairo, for tho election of municipal
oiiiccrs snow uiai iiiomas wiisou ro
ceivctl tho highest number of votes cast
ror .Mayor, ana Jolin M. Jausden ra
celved tho highest number of votes cast
for City Attorney, aud John Brown re
ceived the highest number of vot i cast
for City Clerk, and Jos. B. Taynr re
ceived the highest number of votes cast
for Treasurer aud Michael Bambrlck re
ceived ttie highest number of votes cast
Therefore be it resolved hy the City
Council, In joint session, that tho follow
ing persons nro hereby declared duly
elected to tho ofllces following:
Thomas Wilson, Mayor.
John Brown, City Clerk.
Jos. B. Taylor, Treasurer.
John M. Lansdou, City Attorney.
Mlchaol Bambrictr, Marshal.
Councilman O'Callahan, moved that
the city clerk bo directed to produce to
thlu Board tho ballot-box containing tho
ballots of tho first ward, relative to tho
returns canvassed, and that thechatrai
polut a committee to open tho said bal
lot-box, and canvass tho vote cast in said
The chair refusing to appoint such a
committee, Alderman Kennedy moved
to reconsider tho motion mado by Mr.
O'Callahan, nnd tho aye anil nayH being
called for upon the mot i reconsider,
resulted as follows Ayt Saya 2.
' Councilman Jorgenson, ,nd Alderman
Carroll, appearod and took their seats.
Tho question thou recurrlr upon tho
motion mado by Mi Callahan,
It was put and dei cd lost,
whoroupon Alderman Mendel
moved the adoption of tho Froaniblo
and Resolution of Alderman McKec, de
claring the result of tho e action. Tho
motion was seconded, put und carried.
Tho Mayor elect, Thomas Wilson, Esq,,
being present, was introduced to tho
Council by Mayor Oberly, who expressed
tho hopo that tho samo harmony and
uuity of purposo that had characterized
tho intorcourso between tho Miyor and
Council during tho past j oai ,uld dis
tinguish tho incoming administration.
Mr. Wilson expressed his thanks for the
courtesy shown him, aud also hoped that
harmony and good will would mark tho
councils of the' authorities during tho
comlugiyear, tuid their labors would re
sult in porman'onl good to tho city
whose affairs has been confided to their
management. " , ,
On motion adjourned.
John Bhown, City Clerk.
' ' ' ' Oilro, Hit.', Kcb.21, 1871).
At a sneelal moutlutr of the Solunt
Cou'ucM, called for tho purpose of can J
vasslrig tho roturus of tho late charter
election, and general business, tjiere be
ing oo quorum present, on motion ad
journed to moot on Monday, 2Sth lust, at
half-past sovon o'clock, p.m.
JOHN imown, City Clerk.
Cttiro, III., Fib. 23, ISM.
Special meeting of the Board of Alder-
rfa HHl i I in. I .Ii., 1,'. ..Ti'ik
men, called for tho purposo of cauvass
lug tho returns of tho lato chartor elec
tion; there being no quorum present, on
motion adjourned until Monday, 28th
Inst., at half-past seven o'clock, p.m.
John Bhown, City Clork.
Pcmacrali Need not Apply
Tho Bov. Thomas J. Shores, who,
about two and ahalf years ago, so grossly
outraged Col. Schenck and othor radi
cals by a "copper-head speooh" in the
commissary building, has, as will bo
seen by the following effected a change of
front In political affairs:
Shores "I koar, brother 8., that you
havo dcolared for the copperhead party."
Bro. S. "I havo said that if I had had
a vote it should havo been thrown for
Mr. Oberly, and I now repeat it."
Shore "That's enough, sir; that's
onough. I want no man. m my church
that votes tho doniocratlc ticket; no man
sir, that fellowships with that God-forsaken
Bro. S. "Well, if you unlto politics
with your church; If you assume to say
who your members shall or shall not
vote for, I havo no desiro to remain a
member, a minuto longer,"
Whatolso "brother S." Would havo
said wo may never know, as at this
Juncturo tho Bov. Thomas felt he had ti
call elsewhere, and obeyed It,
Third AnnlvoMnry Hall by llio t'nlr
The membors of the Cairo Casino pro
pose an observance of their third anni
versary day by a masquorado ball in
Washington Hall, on Mouday, February
2Sth, which they oxpect to render an
affair pleasant to all who may choose to
participate. Tho management refer with
pride to the masquerade balls heretofore
given by tho Casino, and promise that
tho ball here announced shall bo of tho
most respcctablo and interesting cha
Comtnlttco of Arrangements Louis
Herbert, H. Meyer, Bobt. Bribach.
Tho stock of silk hats at Miller & Mill
er's comprises the very latest styles aud
the finest make of tho season. The
variety Is very great, tho stock large,
and prices havo been regulated to liar-
monlzo With tho timet. Cull In and cx
IDS dozkn late style Hats, and others,
at cost, for this month only, at Petor
NelPs, No. 79, Ohio Levee.
Call and examine tho stock and prices
beforo you make your purchases, and
don't forgot your pockotbooks. tf
Tho Aurora oil Is tho cheapest, safest
aud cleanest burning fluid in juao. It
may be had at 92, ohlo levee.
A noon to manklatl la Aornan'i
Chalybeato Cough Syrup; only 75 ceuts
per bottle. For nalo by S. J. Ilumm.
lOLTHS' HOYS AND CHII.DltN's CI.0T1I-
lug at less than Now York, prices, will
be told this month, at NofTs regardless of
.Vnlhlnjr, Kiipcrlor to Xormn't Chair
beate Cough Syrup for Croup, Hoarseness
Dyptheria, Asthma, Ac. Forsalo by 8
J. Humm, fob21dawlw
The Aurora oil will give a clear and
brilliant light, and is entirely non-explosive.
Havo we any wood sawyers nmongus?
Ahalf day's search on our part fulled to
disclose tho existence of any.
OR SALE OR RENT.
Oco two-atory HMCi: ItOUHIl will, tir.rntii
anl ilwrtlln;; nllochril, ccmlntlntf of right roonu,
cotxIcKtcrii, fto. Aim for rule, uno CoTTAUK, on
Ti'iilh Btrei't, nf flro root m nI rlnlern, etc. For
f.ltther Information, lnUiro nt 123 Commercial
p M. WARD,
I)K. I.KK IN
I prrpnrr.l to fill irilii promptly Ami aAtlnfuiitorily
Willi tin brut lt ami hickory tlrtrooil.
I.pjto orJcrt at Ilnlou'i olJ.lan.l. or at Mia pnl-
O.S8 COAL YAltl).
.TAMES ROSS, Propviol or
UipUe foot of KUvnilli Nlrt.
rrti vaimunlly on haim riltthurf;. Ml. (;urlon,
aim umjunu lAiui-f, fvniun win tut uriiTHrfu
I lu ipian-
lilli'n lu nil, iii any part of tho city,
ah wuui wciuiicu, hiiii inn inrai
Tt riu ktriclly rush in aI cuatf,
hiiiI full inrtiiur iuruulJ.
WATC1I.HAKKII aV JHWKT.UY
KlKhlh Nirect, Ni'ar Coiuiaerclal Avonuc,
' CAIIU),' ILLINOIS.
nnU.nSnt F. O. JOHDAN, igont.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
OTICE TO SHIPPERS.
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Illlnoiii CViitrut IlailiotJCo.)
" . , Agtnt'n Oltto.
CUjro, Fcbrmiry 16lh, lbTO. J
On ami aftor (hy lato of lliln nolii-it. all hlllu nt In.
illnu for iho Traiinit Klvumor "Pan All" will lo
MKui'il ntho Hlutin Dtpot ollk'o, On prcurntalion f
ilmy lii'kt't.i lj;iic.l bylko logi'lvlnir tlurk on Tninslt
Whurl.lK'at,' ' , ' , . ,
KI.IMIW ' JAHM jmiO.N, Agcnl,
To J time A Mllchcl, tho heirs of Ocorgo BumgarJ,
nml all othor Intirostcil.
Von nro hereby notified that nt a r-alo of land nni!
town lots for tho StaU. fconnly and othor tazci,
for tho ynr 1807, hold nt tho court houao.lu tho
city of Cairo, county of Alexander and Statoof
Illinois, on tho ith nnd 30th c uts of July, 18CH, I
brearoo tho purchnKcr of the following doacrlbed
propf rty, jo-wlt! In tho tiamo of Jamoi Mltchot.
I ha N W of tho N E of Ban 13 m Town 1J, Itingo 'J
Wct, io acres, for thu nurn of tt j. In lh nurso
of Ocorgo UumaVd' hclrt, lot No. KJ In HIo-jIc
o. 41 in tho city of Cairo, for the sum ol J2I 37,
nnd that tho tlmo of redemption will expire on
tho sath and 30th dayn of July, 1870, and If not re
deemed at that tlmo I nhnll apply for a deed nnd
pogsetnlonof the alma defcribad pretnfica.
N. HUNHAOKKIl'l'a re baser.
Cairo, February 2h, 7u.-robl3dlUtlw
Mhcreby glren that default haVlng oectirtel In
tho performance of the condition cxpreiied In y
oertuln Mortcngo or Deed of Triut extcuted by
John O Krlnn to .Samucl.btnatl Taylor and, Edrrin
I'arfiont, Tnastcea of the Cairo City lrnttt,
dated tho Twenty-third day of January, A. i).
ISC3, recorded In the lloconlcr'a offlcu, In and
for Aloxnndor co tnty, In thoStnto of Ilflnole, la
Hook J' of Deed, ptgo ISO, iaIcI morrgg r deed
of triut conteying lot numbered 1J) Twelfa in
Illock numbered W (Mnety-ttro) la the Firat Addi
tion to tho City of Cairo, In (aid county and Uial 5.
We, tho ttndernlgncd. laid Trunlcen, will oa
Wednesday, thoHecond day of March, A. V. 1170,
nt 10 o'clock In tho fo enoon or that day, unaer
and by rlrmo of tho power of aalo .-ontalred lu
raid Mortage, ell, at IMibllc Auction, to the blgb-
at bidder, tor cash, nt the ofllca building ef said
Trustees, corner Washington areaua uud llth
street, lu said city or Cnlru, In Alexander coua'.y
aJdStalo of Illinois, snld lot num bored TwcIto
(IJ) In block numbered 'JJ (ninety-two) la the
llrit addition tothacityof Cairo, accordiuslotaa
plat thorcof, with the appiirtenaocca to aitisfy Ike
jiurpoeaujid condition of said mnrtgage.
latcd, Cairo, Illinois, February 'Jlli, lKlo.
8. HTAAT8 TAYI.OU,
Trustees of tbo Cairo City 1'roperty;
Is herehv fflren tliat ilc.iull liavinrou!iirr,l In
theperfornmncoof the conditionH eipresacd ma
certuiu Morlgago or Deal of Trust executed by
I'fttrlck Luton to .Satnuol Stoats Taylor and Edrlu
r.irsom, Trustees of tho Cilro City l'roprly,dtd
tho Third day of December A. II. lwi, recorded In
tho Kocorder's otllce. In and for Alexanderceua
ty, in tho Stale of Illinois, in Hook P of Deod.
piga'.6, said rnortgai; or deed ol trust tenter
ing lot DUtntierel Twenty-Are (U) InUoekaim
Urnl Twcnty-scTcn, (27) In tho First Additlent
tho city of Cairo, in said county and 8tt. W,
Hie undersigned, said Trustees, will on Wedaea
day, thn toiid day of March, A. 1). ltTV, at 1
o'clock In tlin forenoon nf that day, tinderaad by
rlrlue of tho power of sale contained In aald
mortgage, sell, at silblla auction, to tin highest
bidder tor cash, at tlifl otflco building o'lild
Tnisteos, corcer Washington avenue and lira
strut, In ssld city of Cairo, in Alnxtnder county
nnd statu of Illinois, said lot numbered (ii)
Twonty-flvo, In bloek numbered Twrnly.serea
l!T7) In tho llrst addition to the city Of Cairo,! v
cording to tho recorded plat Hie reof.,wlth the
ptutenances, to sitisfy tlio pdrjibscs ondcouJW
lions oi snlllololsK,,.
, Cairo, Illinois, February th, 1870. 1 '
' H. HTAATrt TAYUIUj . f
EDWIN PAIWONfl.. ..
Trusten of the Cairo City Property. 1
J MI it
Is hereby giren that that ilofsullhavinjt occur-
red In tho perfonnancu of the conditions .ex..
pressed Inncerum Mortg.c.orIeul Of Trtlst'
vxocuted by Charles Lancaster tartateuel HtaiUi
Tiiyiorand tdwlu I'ar-ons, TruMecs of Iho Cutroi
City Properly, datctl Iho Thlrllr th day of SOTr,
ember, A. I. Hro, rrrled 'lii tile1 ifreirdsr'i'
mUm. in and for Alnxanjer icennty. In Iti'Htata'
0 Illinois; in jiook Ji oi, ih-uiis,. psgu s.
said rnHrlgago' 'or deed of trust centering lot
numbered 0 (six) In Hlook niimbi rc.l (17) Forly
ictenln the First Addition to tbaclty tf-CalrI
In said county and Slate. Wr. ihomiderilCBai,'
Hld Trustees, will on Wednesday,, lh Bcou
dsy of March, A. IK 1870, at 10 n'clo-K In- the '
forenoon of that day' under aud by llrtsabf, laal
power of sale contained lu ssid inor!KA: (dl s(n
piililleauotlon.to thn hlthest bidder for.vaih.ht the
ofllca buildltu of said Tiuic,oorurt Waese -Inglou
nrcnmi nnd istli stieeii in said city ol
Cairo, In Alexander county aimHiatoof llllnais,
said lot numbered (0) six in block uuinbeiod (171
forty-scren In tho t!rt ndJit.oAtq the city vr
Cairo, according to the MionW lr 'thereef.l
with thu itppurtenanee., to satisfy ths po.rpl.il
nudcoii'lltiuni nf saiil mortgage.
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, February Olh. '.ITn.
H. ST.UTS TAYWrt,
Trustees of tho Cairo Oity "Property.
Is hereby ciren that default hitlnz eoeur.l
intha ieriormanco of th eonditlnns expresaml"
lu a ccrtniu Mortgage, or Iievd of Trtutt,exvcutad- '
bv Joaelih II. Cleaver Ui Sainurl hitajita Tavlor sod
Mdwin I'arsoni, Tnutees of the C o City Pit
p'ity, dated tho hleteoth dayol ilsy A. lt lui, 4
and mrded In the lleeorder'e olUce, In and far
Alexander rounty, in the Bute, or Illinois? a
UQOKl'Ol ieeus, piM-i, sain moriiruee or deed
(Fifteen) In Iho m Addition to thn city efCuJro.
in said county and but... We, the nnisr.lrast. v'
said Truatees, win on vt eaneiiiay theseoend a)ar '"
of Marsh, A. D. 1670. at 10 'clock In the fere,
noon of that day, linger nud by rlrtua ef tke
power of sale contained In said mortgage, eel) at
publ.n nnetlontolhK highest bidder far cash, at
iho oIIIcm building of snid Triiiteoi, corner Weak.
Ington areiiue nud lull street, lu said citr ef
Cairot In Alexander eounly and State of Jiliaele.
ssid lots numbered Cs) twenty, (VI 1 twenty.one.
!.') Twenty-two, (a) twenty-threo, (2t twenty,
four, (W) sUiy-nmo. (70) setenty an.(7l) aerea.
I) .one, In block numbered (Ii) (Ifteeu In tke i
fourth addltlonto the city of Cairo, aceerduig le
tho recorded plat th reof, wuh tho apportanuntee,
to satisfy the purposes and condition or aaii
!uiru, Cairo, Illinois, Fehrnary lh, 17.
H. KTAATH TAVLOB,
Trustees of Iho c'uiru Clly I'rnpsrty.
1 hereby glren thai tlrf.aiilt hating oecurrs-t
of trust ciiiiveytng lot numbered (i) twenty iro
in block number el (eighty one) in thn first addd.
Ion to tho city of Cairo in said county and stalo.
We, tho lindvrslgne.1, snid trustees, will on Wed
nesday the second day ol March A. D. Ik 70, at 10
o'clock lu the forenoon of that day, under and by
Mrtuooftlie power of sale contained la said lloru
g tge, sell, ntVubltu Auction, to the highest bid
der, for caih, at tho oalce building of said Trua.
tees, corner of Washington Atenue und Isihsi
in said c(ty of Cairo, in A exunder eouaty ami
Mate of Illinois, said lot numbered (i5)
Tweiity-flte in block, rttmbered II (elgkty
uiiri ill inn ma. uiiiiivu ill in. BSIU Clly
t)f (Ulro, sccordlug to the recorded plat thereer,
with tho nppurteuuneea, to satisfy the purposes
and condition of said Morlga'
Ditcd, Cairo, lit., Frbruu- 'i, llTO-dld
Trustees of the Cairo City Properly.
rUOKRIEGEL, NE WRERRY & CO.,
PRACTICAL MA Hit Ml WOltKKUS,
sun importers oi
Italian Marble, Mcolch Urnullr, Klo,
Wiire-rooins and Work-ihop cor. 3d Jk HI. Ann airs.
OWUNaUOUO -......... ....K K.NTUUK Y. i
alontllneiits Vaults. OrnrnHtnnia. llantlis Italmt..'
Ink, etc.. eiccuted with sunerlor Horkmuiislilii. mt
l',w est prices.- Kugllsh, (tertnnn liiirT Hebrew5 h'tU'Fi
lugilonaiii tho Usi stjlo; marble aud grauilutiKurva. i
br tho lieat kCillntou of Kuroiio linuortcd. uii.i ull
WII JUlll SIIIVl'M
FordesiL'iia. uniiiv lo
CAItr: l TllcIMAq. jtironl
Cor. 8lh strvvt und Coiuaiurulul, ate.', ,i
JOUN IIYLAND'S SALOON
la supplied, with all .kinds ol
Ileer, Ale, tlctU' H";!'
Commerclul atenue, bet. Muth and Tenth alroeta, L
Tlio thirsty, whs love good liquors, should gj to hiraii'l
acall, soil tloa who wish toutd ai fragruut crgacnati )
tiive their wanUUppUedri7!fsbr. d?ildr
oi irusi cuuteyiuu wis uiimuerea r-vl 'rsrealt. '
l!l,(Twonty.one) ti. (Twenty-two) 33, (Twealr.
three) il, (Twenty-four) ra, (Suiy.riineltO, (er.
iiitr) 71. (suve nty-ou) in lllu k nam bared if
hi tho perfurmoni'dof the conditions etpresatd la
a certain Morlgnge, or Deed of Trust eiecutce' by
Kdwurd II. Weakly to hainuel Htaats Tnyleraud
lilwln P.iroii.Trus.ees of thn Cairo city Pro.
perty,iluted thHTwiinly-tUthilsrof Jannsry A. D.
ImM, nnd recorded In the lleourder's nUIee, la and
for Alexander County, In thn Plate of Illinois, im
Hook P. of Deeds nauo IM.saiii Ksri'sr nr