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NEWS OF THE CITY.
MONDAY, FEliRUARY 28, 1S70.
Crtpt. Hotfcru, ngont for Murk Twain's
colclirntcu book, "IitnoooiitH, Abroad,"
will remain In tho city lonj; uiioukIi to.
mulco a thorough can vans for subscribers,
ami us tho diameter of tlio publication
Is weP known to all routllni,' persons, wo
predict for lilm nnliouiidctT success. Tho
book contains 050 nutroH. 234 snlrltetl on
cravings, am! a fluid of humor arid' in
fltrtictlon td bo fouild within tho lids of
no other volume that has coino from tho
American press hIiico tho clone of tho
Messni. Miller and Miller huvo just re
ceived an unusual ly large, wail imsortetl
and strictly fushtonablo supply of pleco
goods, to which they ask special atten
tion, 'i'ho lot cmbrnceH the ilnest elotjis
laid cahlmerfl ever brought to Cairo, and
Mich a variety ofMyk'H that all tastes may
he accommodated. Knits or garmeilto
from thcho goods are mado to order In the
bent manner and latest Ntyle, and at
ilgures that will defy competition. For
proof ofthis they only as); to be put upon
trial. At all event call around and nun
the now goods. JuiiiTitf.
Tho telegraph, on yesterday, mention
ed), murder In Cairo. It would ho much
cheaper for thu newspapers wi-rtr the
Cairo agent to telegraph only at times
when no murder has been committed.
Under till method tliuprehM would have
to pay for only one dispatch, or perhaps
two, per annum, Tom Cairo. Chicago
The Individual who can thus caiifo
letwn' nnd dellberutely, blunder a respec
tabfo community deserves, wliat ho late
ly received, n cowhhling iil.tjtc hands of
a disreputable woman.
Jit-sides a very complete stock of tin
ware, C. AV. ireiidoKon, 1W) commercial
Avunuc, preteiits.to the trade n Kplt-'inlld
variety of cooking stoves, among others
the "Pomona," the 'Veteran," the
"Oak," and tho ".States" tho latter a
coal stove. These, anil any older
mako desired, will he sold at a s't'imU ad
vance on manufacturer"' prices.
Tho now supply of silk hats Just rccelv
cd by Miller and Miller Is worthy of
espooial attention of gentlemen who wish
to jHirohoso anything In that line (hat Is
strictly fashionable and of Hrst-eliins
manufacture. The supply embraces all"
sizes; nnd as to price mid quality satis
faction in guaranteed. febUStf .
Tho UUcouiTeoToiie or our city divines,
lost evening, was founded upon the
text: "Make your culling and clcctton
sure." Some uf our defeated candidate
are of ttio opinion Hint thta advice wotjld
hnvo been letter timed had It been given i
Just beforo tho la to charter electlou.
Tho opening of tho Casino bill, this
evening, will bo signalized by music
from tho Cairo Silver Coronet hand.
Those who would listen lo first class niu
sic should be ou hand.
Tim Continental Is the only cook stove
with sliding oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. -Pitcher A. Henry, at 102
Commercial aVeutie, cor. 12th street.
uov20tf , ,
C'LOHINn OlT Till! KNTIKR STOCi: OK
ready madeclothlng, furnlslilui: goods,
(mots, hhoev, hats, caps, trunks and valis
es at P. Xeir, 2fo. 70, Ohio Loveo, at
actual cost, for cash only.
Tho St. Nicholas Millard Hall Is ouo
of tho largest and best furnished In tho'
country. It Is tho resort of both citizens
nnd strangerM who Indulge billiard play
Mothers ns you lovo your offspring,
don't fall to use Mm. Whltcomb's Syrup,
for soothing children. Head tho adver
tisement in another column.
March 2nd, or Ash Wednesday, Is tho
beginning uf Lenten, or Hprlug fast. It
Is n season religiously observed by a lurgo
portion of tho Christian world,
Public Speakers and Singer wilt llnd
Gorman's Chalyboat Cough Syrup Inval
uable. Sold by J. S. Humni.
Evorybody uses WJzard Oil, nnd
Barclay Uro's. hell It cheap for ensh.
I'atrouizo homo institutions. Ruy from
Flowering tulips, hyacinths and poly
anthus narcissus for salo at P. G.fciuhiib's
drug store. febUGOt
ONK THOUSAND YAlttMOlf (IItKX AND
Htccl mixco Jeans, at CO ami 75 cents per
yard, at P. NeiPs, no. 70, Ohio Lovcc. tf
-! - i
Pitcher & Henry's largo stock of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tlnwaro, etc
will be sold withoutregard to.oost. tf
A splendid lot tof cnlMioottf and gal,
ters will nrlvo at P. NefPs next week,,
and will bq sold low for cash. t( .
II - I I. I II S S.SM I I Ill
1200 l'AiKS or assorted pant, with
Vests to match, at cost, at No. 70 Ohio
Go to OJOhlo Loveo for Aurora olj. It
Is cheup and fare, and does not smoke
chlmnlos. - foh!5d3w
Hack coats at i.Km tjian cost at
V. Nell's, Nu. 70, Ohio Leveb. .tf,
Uso Ender's Chill Cure. "It nevor
Tflls." , ,, 1 ,
Tho Aurora oil will not stain or great.
"THKJinsT in 1uhr" Kiidore1 'frihiicli
Ulttora. " I
About twelve mouths ago a respectable
but wnyynrd young Judy, loft her home
'in McCracken county, Kentucky, and
nil tho persuasions of her parents could
not Induce her to return. Young and
Unacquainted with the ways of tho world
she wan soon templed and fell. Last
Frldayuvcnliifr, ruined in character, and
with a heart full of remorsoand anguish,
slio essayed a return to the roof ulio had
abandoned. Accordingly she boarded
one of our packets, took a statoroom and
retired. When tho boat arrived at Padu
cah the ruined girl was a mother, having
given birth during tho night lo a bounc
ing boy. Tho fact became know"
among tho few passengers on board, and
it being ascertained that the young
mother was pontiilucss, npurso of fifteen
dollars was raised, and the wants of both
mb'ther ' aiid child provided (or. Tho
officers of tho boat kindly permitted tho
mother and child to remain on board,
during that and tho onsuing day.
During this Interval proper cldthlng wim
made for tho child, and tho mother re
gained suillclcnt strength to endure,
without danger, tho ordeal or a removal,
ilcucc, nu Sunday, hlio was conveyed to
a hotel In Padticah, and from thence, at
tho earliest possible moment she will ho
conveyed to her home.
Tho cries or "help! help!" that awak
ened tho echoes last night, about 11
o'clock, and called a number or citizens
to the river bank, wero uttered, or rather
screamed, by Ullly who had Just
tumbled overboard from ono or tho
steamboats nt tho landing, and was be
ing carried out Into tliu stream by a cur
rent against which ho was unable to con
tend, lio kept afloat, however, until a
yawl reached him, when lio was hnutud
aboard, a wet and scared, but by no
means a dead man.
Ililril Auulvrrsnrr Hall by I lit- Cairo
The membcra of tho Cairo Casino pro
pose an observance of their third anni
versary day by a masquerade ball Jn
Washington Hall, on Monday, February
2Sth, . which they expect to render an
affair pleasant to nil who may choose to
participate. The management refer with
pride to the masquerade bulls heretofore
given by tho Casino, and promlso that
tho hall here announced shall oe of tho
most respectable and interesting cha
PominlttfMi nf Arrnnt-rmi.ntu T.nnlu
Herbert, H. Meyer, Robt. Jirllmcli.
' A I.UIIllt.
Ocu. Llttleflnger, the smallest man 'in
tho United StateH, wax n'giiest of the $t.
Nicholas yesterday, and, of course, tho
ob.ervtd of nil observers. He was en
route for KvauHvllIo, where his parents
midland loft by tho toyenWig paokpt.
Tlio General Is twenty years old, about
23 Inches in height and weighs 31 pounds.
Ho wears a "claw-hammer" cotit,
carries a caim, and has tho airs of
a gentleman who entertains n high esti
mate of hi. own Importance Ho is Just
returning from a seven years' tour, dar
ing which he yisltcd all parts . of the cjv-
nizeu worm, iuue n numocroi ciuzuns
visited tho St. Zs'Icholas during the day
to pay their respects to tho Gonorul. ,
ii 1 1 1 1
Tim hi. NlrliulHi JIutcl mill llrntatirnlit.
ThU K)iular and eligibly located Iiodho
of public entertainment is now llttcd
and furnished throughout In good stylo;
and, under tho management or Messrs.
Walker fe Sisson, Is doing a largo and
thriving business. It is kept upon, tho
Kuropeau plan tho guest calling for
what ho wants, when ho wants It, wheth
er In tho day or night time, and paying
only for what ho orders. ' The rooms are
largo and clean, furnished with tho best
of beds and beddln.cr, whllo all other fea
tures of tho establishment arc arranged
with an especial oyo to the comfort and
convenience f the guests. JaQtf
'I.lulil n n CorU."
Is tho exjlesslou or ull housekeepers
after making biscuits with Dooley's Ba
king Powder. It Is chemically puro In
Its composition, and possesses no iugro
dleiits but such as nro perfectly harm
less, healthy and nutritious. This Is not
only tho best, but cheapest in market, as
ouo pound will go further than a pound
and a half of thoso of ordinary manufac
ture. Usonoother. Inqulro atyourgro
ccr's ror Dooley's Making Powder,
Tho Slrnmtr Hunk.
Tlio steamer Mississippi sunk yester
day at Waterproof, below Vickburg, and
both boat and cargo tiro said to bo n total
loss. No loss of life reported.
- The Mississippi wss en route ror New
Orleans, fully freighted, Fortunately
ror Cairo shippers but little of her cargo
was received here, she having filled out
. Tho cqinpletest btocd .pf .genlleHjpn's
furj)shlug go()ila in tho city , is to, bet
foii;id,nt ,nyer and Miller's., It would
Jmj a'rmarkabio want, indvt'd, this
lino that they cannot satlsractorlly supply
at the very, lowest figures ruling in the
market. , tr.
Nutll'O tit tlieTaz.iiiiprNar.lltxnutlfrCu.
I will beinmy.ofllco at tho court houso,
every day during this month ror tlio pur
pose qtrjcslvln Stato and County taxes
now duo Cairo III. 'Fob. 1st lM "
.fobJtd. L. H. MYI3RS Colleotor,
MOS noV.KN Into stylo Hats, and others,
-nt'-costcfor-this inontH" only, ut Prter
Noffs, No. 70, Ohio Lovoo.'
' "Call and e'-xainlno tho stock and prloes
before you make your 'purchases, and
don't forget your pooketbooks. tf
'I'liu Illltte In tlio INllillo Hcliools,
Wo hnvo received from Robert Clarko
& Co., publishers, through tho houso of
W.U. Rockwell & Co., of this city, a
largo 420 page volume, containing tho
hills, answers, and nrgumcnts of counsel
in tho celebrated casoof John D. Minor,
otals.jvs. Tho Board of Education of
Cincinnati. This suit, It will bo recol
lected, grow out of n resolution of tho
Board of Education, to .tho effect that
religious instruction und tho reading of
religious books, including tho Holy Blblo
should bo prohibited in the public schools
or Cincinnati; tlio board declaring
that tho children or parents or all sects
and opinions, should onjoy alike tho
benefit of tho common school fund. Tho
excitement that followed tho promulga
tion of this resolution llnnlly culminated
In tho law suit entitled as above. All tho
facts involved In tlio case, and tho argu
ments thereon by W. M.Ramsey, Gcorjie
R. Sago and Rufus King for tho plain
tlfls; and by J. B. Stallo, Georgo Hoal
iy and Stauly Matthews for tho Board of
Education, and tho opinions or Judges
Hogan, Storcr and Tail. Ah tho argu
ments employed on either side address
themselves very directly to tho feelings
of or every citizen, whether a friend or u
foe of the common schoolsof tho country,
tho book will uo doubt have an enor
mous sale. Apply to W. B. Rockwell &
Tlio Atliriiciuu I'rltlny nnd Nattirla
Osborn's great pictorial tableaux of tho
Holy Bible, will be placed on exhibition
next Friday an Saturday evenings, witli
a matinee for families and children at
hair past two o'clock Saturday afternoon.
The paintings, thirty-nine In number,
arc said to bo tho largest in tho world,
being nine feet high and sixteen fct
long, presenting nn extreme length of
nearly seven hundred feet. Unlike the
execrable daubs that were recently ex
hibited in our city, theso paintings nro
from tho hands oftho most eminent ar
tists or the country, nnd command,
wherever shown, the unstinted praiso or
tho people. The most eminent divines
or tho Utiited States recommend them as
both beautiful and Instructive, and
when to this endorsement wo add that
of tho press and the people, we present
nn array of testimony as to their worth
that no ouo will nttemdt to gainsay.
Admission W) conts; reserved seats ,75
ceuts; children 23 cents. For particulars,
see advertisement In another column.
'I lie Otlro t'A'Ino I'roctkulon utl Mail.
Tlio members of the Cairo Casino un
iformly dressed, and wearing their elo
gant regalia, paraded tho principal streets
of tho city this forenoon, preceded by
the Cairo Silver Cornet Band, and a
hplcndld stand of American colors trim
med with the enslgnla or their honorable
order. Tho procession was showy, and
called to tho streets and sidewalks a largo
number or spectators along the entlrellno
or march. The general verdict was that
n liner looking body or men nover parad
ed tho streets uf Cairo.
This parade Is preliminary to tho ball
that comes oil' in Washington Hall this
evening. Tho preparations aro extensive,
and the ball no doubt will bo ono or tho
largest and plcasnutoJC or tho year,
It astounds everybody that a colorlo-p,
cloudless tlutd, like Spring water, should
rovivu tho original tint, in the whlto
gray or grizzled hair. Yet so It Is. Phal
oil's Vltalla or Salvation ror tho Hair is
Just such a lluld, us limpid and as stain
less, yet It rar excels every other dye
or coloring liquid ever known, In im
parting rich shades or color to grey hair.
Norman's Chalybcato Cough Syrup is
n remarkably pleasant nnd effectual
remedy ror bronchitis, noro throat otc.
Sold by S. J, Humni. feb2S lw
Tho Aurora oil Is tho cheapest, safest
and cleanest burning fluid in uso. It
may bu had at 92, ohio levee.
Youths' hoys and cmr.nuN's cr-oni.
lngat less than Now York, prices, will
bo old this month, at NelFs regardless of
Tho Aurorr oil will give n clear nnd
brilliant light, and Is entirely non-ex -plosive.
Tho celebrated Aurora nil can bo had
atNo. 02 OhloLevto. Jan21.1ra
Hvorytliiiift 2T" x- o j 2 x
jiauuains ioTTtiik pjjopli:!
Mii,r,i:u iv mim j:k,
itavlngclotxd out Iti-lroM tok of Clothing, lutvo
brought ou a
I.ttruc iiiul Splcmlld Stuck
Which t mbracf t every kiwi of
Kiulilounbln Oeiilleiucu'ii Vtr,
And inch m U tultfjtrtall cUmi'I.
Thoy woiiMr.sk pfull attention to tlielrnup)ly o
XXatu zvxxd Onpu,
Jn which (hoy iirnfois to ead the market A!i to
Which Miihrdco all tyle of Clotln, Cnumm-,
'IVoeil.H, etc., from which they inauufocturu
TOTHIXU TO OIIDER,
In the heit manner, and ttrlotly fmhlonaLlo. Their
en Helium's riirnlNltiue; C3ooU
U vury complete, hii'liidiiii; mntiy nuycltlc4 never o
foru hiuUKlit to thli ni.irla't,
TISUNK4, 01' KVK1IV HTVIiK, VAI.IBKS, CMIll'KT
1 Aastired of tlieir ability to tell gnodi frm,lhvlr now
lock, chenier ttinn erer lieforo, they rely on n ells,
.rlniiniitin; pnl.lic to extend them the putrrmhjjo they
leerve. ntil dif
I'OSITIYKIiY TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
Groat Pictorial TaW oaux
Of tho Holy IHblc.
Friday and .Sntnrdnj KvciiIiigspinicli !1 &i
A neneii of magnincent painting. Illn"tratlt of
Scripture hittory of tho Old nnd New Testament. Tho
largest and Orient motlui? tableaux In the world, Tho
plcturei, thlrty-nmo In number, are nlno feet hiKh by
flrleen feet Iook. and are the work ol the moit emin
ent artliti of this country. They are recommendod
by prominent dlrlnm of America; havo been ex
hibited In the principal clllwof tho, Unltel Blatea to
railllomof peoploaud hao everywhem called forth
the greatest admiration and prrttr, nt they aro not
only Tery beautiful but hljtily mstruetlvo.
AdmlilonS0centi children 2S cents', jeicrr'ed icats
ZS cents extra.
A jrriuid mallneo wilt be given for tho lenent of
ladles ami children, Saturday allemoon t K o clock.
Admission acenw.chlldren 15 eentn.
An explanatory lecture will bo UellTered at each
cxh.biuon.bytho PPVjUKTON 091WRNE. ,
Seats can e reserved at tho ticket olllco l'riday and
Palnrday forenooni f rom 10 to 12 o'clock.
rjlAX SALIi SALE,
To Taylor A I'.irsons. Kllra Kills, Van IUnalear Hall,
O. I). Arter. T. II. Kill" A Hro.. Thomas Freeman.
W. 1'. Slack, Thoman Lewis, Alfred Cumlngs, and
nil others Interested:
Yen. and each of you, are hrcby notified that at a
sale of hinds nnd loti mndo by Joel O. MorRSn, Bhorltf
andex.ollicloColUrlorof taxes In and for Alexander
county, ftato of Illinois; nt the door of trio court
houxi In Cairo, In the county of Alexander aforesaid,
onThnMdsy, the win dy of July A. I. 1W. II. K.
iliirshailpurchescd tho lollowlncdes5rlbcd lots, sit
uated In the city of Cairo in nald county, for Stole,
County, District Behool and Iload Taxes and cost
thereon for tho year A. D. 1CT, to wits
j I Cityr.tCrt
j y or Additions
r s .thereto.
V) 41 Cllyof Cairo
sri 4 "
-3 4) ii it
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j) 81 h
3U M ' "
21 M '
31 61 "
11 W " "
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II 03 " ' .
17 71 0
IN 71 ,r "
19 71 ' '
10 71 " "
IS 7 "
31 70 "
11 K HrstAd'ition
1J s7 . '
M 17 " 1
3-1 7 "
In whoie mme nsiested
taxed nnd sold.
Tsylor A 1'artous
K1IX4 Kllis....M..w ..
Vu Uatnaleir ltal
C I) Arur
T II r.lln i Hro
Thomas freeman ...........
T II Kills Hro
ii.ni i tin nine allowed br law fur tha rixletuidlun
of .d lot. .expire ,,,, foX"A'r?'
Culro. III.. February Kill. H70. febJTdSlwlt
Wholesalo and It-tafl dealer i.i . .
IIAlt XSD SOI'T LUJUiKH
Of all descriptions. Htemnlnl I.mulinr sawed
lo order ou short tiotleo. Also a xenerul us.nrlmtut
en haud lu yard.
NOTICBOriltrs" left with Jos. I. AMI, Aeelit,
w ill I promptly tilled nlglit or uy.
XXard and Slort lU-uxzaloox
uf every description,
Iktli, NUIiikIc and CcUar l'osis.
TAHDAND OITICE Corner Commertlal avenue and
CA I It 0 t 1 IIINOlS
OriLrs solicited nnd promptly filled. Steamooat
Utmber furnthel ou short notice. CKtlvCm
-yiLLIAJl W. THOKNTON,
Wholesale and IteUII Dealer In
Xj xx xxx bor, SIiIukIom
Cellar Posts, Doors, flash, llllnds nml U'lu
OIUco ou Tenth Street,
etween Comraerrlal nnd WasUlnjto Avenue
iloek litter Poper Company'i Shtathing Ftlt
- ; tf
II, V. Johu'.s Itiiirovi (l lloolliit; .
Asbestos Cement wlvvnyit on Imuil
lu large or small rpisntltics.
rUCKWF.GUL, NEWHISRUY & CO.,
IMMUl'ICAL JI.UUU.i: WORKKIIJJ,
and Importers of
Ilnlluu Matrblr, Kcuirli (Jnuiltr, Illo, '
Wure-roonis iiud Workshop cor. 3.1 A, SU Ann s(r.
OWKNtJHOItO .KKM'L'OKV. .
Monuments Vaults. (Irnvo Stones, Jlsntlen, I'ul lull
ing, eto.. executed with superior nnrkmaushlii, at
Iom est prices. Kujillth, (iermnu und Itobrea1 letter
iniC done in tho best style , m-lM and Krnlt! Ot'iri'!
hj the liest sculptors of Kurupo Impntled, mid ull
MorUgii ironteed. ForilvsiKiis, lly to
CAHIi l TltlJjIAS. Acent
jaulittf Cor. ftliNtitM and t:emnu'rolid ve.
LIQUOR SALOONS. '
JORN IIYLANU'S SALOON
la supplied with nil kinds or
Iteor, AIo, &:..
Commercial Hvenue, let. Nintl. and Tenth streets.
The thirsty, whs love too.l liquors, should tflre him
r cull, ami tluxu who wish to iun it fmcrnnl civ'ar cio
ve their wsnlsNiinnllfil at hi- I'T diVldl'' .
. . 4 . FOR BALK. .
IJitl HM.V-M Shares ff Stock in tlu Cairn Oily
' 1'iotierty Compiitiv.' t:. WINSTON.
Btatu of Illinois, Aloxnnder county, n. In tho
Circuit Court of Alexander county, Illinois.
Benjamin il. Mtmn vh Q Von Hummell, A.
sumpslt! Attachment, demand 1500 w.
Nutlco Is hereby mven to you tho said Q, Von
llummellthatawritof Altftjhmentliaslxtcn sttcii
out of tho Jttce or the Clerk of tho Alexander Clr
cult Court at the suit of tho aaid llonjamln M.
llunn.and against tho estate of i u the said o. Von
Jlimitnell for tho sum or tlve hundred dollars, oe,
sides interest, directed to the H heritrof said coun
ty to oxtoitte, which said wrtt has been returned
by saldSheritl'nxectttod on Lot ton (lo) tn lllook
1 wcntj.savan (27) in First Addition to the city of
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, as tho property
of tuld defendant. Now unless you.the said q Von
numiuell, defamtnut, shall personally be Sudani
pear boioro the circuit court of said county on the
first day oftho next term thereof, tobo.holdnti lu
the city of Citlrj, in said county, on tho first Mon
day In tho Month of April next, Klvs special hail
and plead to said action, ludgment will lo enter
ed against you lu favor of said plaintiff and tha
property attached sold to satisfy the same- with
vosu. JOHN Q. HA it.M AN, Clerk.
Cairo, III., February loth, 1670.
MuniiA I'ojw, I'lsintllf's Attorne ts. febCTirl i
To James Mltchcl, tho heirs of Gcorco Bumgard,
nml all others interested. '
You aro hereby notified that at a sain of land and
town lots for tho btate. county and other taxes,
for tho year 1107, held at the court house in tho
elty of Cairo, county of Alexander and Htatoof
lllmol.4, on the Wtli and 30th lays of July, 1808, 1
bceamo tho purchaser of tha following dvcrlted
.property, to-wit: In tho nnino of James Mltchcl,
'the N w'of tho K K of Sco 13 in Town 15, Kongo '1
West, tu acres, for thu aum of SI CO, hi tho namo
of Uoorgo Diiingonl'.s heirs, lot No. 'tl in Block
No. 43 in tho city of Cairo, for the sum ol Jl 37,
and that tha titno of redemption will explroon
theSrthand30th days of July, H70, and if not re
deemed at that tuna I shall apply for a deoU nnd
possession of theabovn described premises.
N. HL'NMACKI'.It, l'urchaser. 1
Curo, February ilth, ls70. fcbsidltAltw
U hereby given that default harlajr occtirreil la
the perrorumnco of tho conditions expressed Inn
certain Mortgage or Deed of Trust executed by.
John 0 Krlun to Annuel btaats Taylor and Kdwin
J'areons, Trustees of tho Cairo City i'roperty,
tinted tho Twenty-third ilsy of January, A. u.
.603, rooorded lu the llocorder's oltlco, In and
for Alexander county, In thebtato of Illinois, in
Book 1 of Deeds, pago W, said mortgage ordced
of Inut conveying lot nnmbered (U) Twelve hi
HlCKik nuiukorel Vt (Nlnoty-lwol in tliu First Addi
tion lo tho City of Cairo, lu said county and State.
Wo, the undersigned, said Trustees, will on
Wednesday, the Second itayof March, A. D. 1170,
at lit o'clock tn tha forenoon of that day, under
nnd bv virtue of tho power of rale -ontalned In
said Mortg.ige, sell, at Public Auction, lo tho high
ent lilddcr. lur cAsh. nt the odlcn buildinir f naiil
i'rtlslces, corner Wnshlngion nvenu and, llth
sireei. in shiu riij ui vairu, in .viexanuer county
nnd Slate of Illiuois, said lot numbered Twclvo
(Ii) in block numbered VI (nlncty.tHo) in thn
llrstndilltloti to tho uityof Cairo, according lo tha
pl.it thereof, with tho appurtonni cci to aitisfy tho
purposes and condition of said mortgage.
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, February 9th, lbJO.
S. bTA ATrV TA V I.Olt,
Trustees of tho Cairo City I'roperty?,
Is hereby given that def.tutt having occurred (n
the performance of the conditions expressed itiu
eeruln Mortgago or Deed of Tiust executed by
Patrick Lislnn tuHamuel rttaats Tavlcrand l.Mirln'
' l'arsons, Trustees of the Cairo City rroperliVUnted
ineiiiiru nay 01 I'ucvinoer a. ii, it'n, recuriteu in
U10 livtortlci's olllcu, 111 nnd for Alrx-vadorcoim-.
ty, 111 thu Stato of Illlnuls, in Hook 1' of Deeds,
pagod, said mortgage or deed nt trust couvey
ing lot tiumbcrrrenty-l)vn (M InblonUnum-U-red
Twenty-seven, lJ7) in tin- First Addition to
tho' ityof Cairo, In said county nnd State.' We,
tho undersigned, said Truster-, will on Wednes
day, tho Socouil day uf Mnr di, A. D. lt7", at It)
o'clock tn the forenoon or that lay, tindcrand by
virtua of tha potter Of sale contained in said
mortgage, Ml, at subllo auction, to tho highest
bidder lor cash, at tho olllcu building 01 said
Trustees, corner Washington nventia and UiU
street. In said city of Cairo, in Alexander county
nnd stato of Illinois, said lot numbered (2S)
Taenty-rlve, In bloet- 11 mbere Twenty.soven
(17) in the first addition tu tho city of Cairo, ac
cording to thn record i plat thereof, with the ap
purtenances, tn satisfy thu purposes and condi
tions 1 if said tiiortgagi-.
1 Kites!. (Aiiru, Illinois, Febrnary 0th, 170.
S. MAAtS T.VVI.OI1,
Trustoes of tho Cairo City i'roperty.
Is herrbr filven thnt tlutt default hnvlnz aecur-
rod In the performance of the condition ux
prese. tn n certain Mortgage, or Deed of Trust
'XectittHt by Charles Lancaster to H.imtlei Slants
Taylor and ridwin I'arson-, Trustees of the (iiiro
City I'roperty, dsted the Tlilrtlelh dovof Nov
omtier, A. D. IM, riiorded lit tho lleeonler's
office, 111 nnd for Alexander count), In the Statu
of Illinois; iu Hook K of Deeds, juge Ui Ac,
said insrtgajo or deed of trait conveying hit
numbered u(stx) In Itloek numbered (17) Forty
seven in thn First Addition fotheclty of Csiroi
in s iid I'ounly nml state. Wo, tha undersigned,
snld Trustees, will on Wednesday, tho Hooon J
day or March, A. D U7U, nt lu o'clock In tho
forenoon of thni diy under and by virtue fif tlw
power of sale contained In stud mortgsgn ,sellnl
pulillc nuetioii.to the lushest bidder for cuh,nt tho
nilieo laiildiiig of said Trustees, corner of Wash
ington nventio and 18th street) In said city of
Cturo, In Alexander county and Htatoof Illinois,
said lot numbered (0) six in block uutnbercd (17)
forty-seven 111 tho first addition to the oily or
Cairo, according to tha recorded plat thereof,
with the appurtenances, to satisiy tho purposes
and conditions of ltd mortgage.
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, February Otis. 7H70.
S. BTAATS TAYLOR,
Trustees of tho Cairo City I'roperty.
Id herebv clven that dcf.iult having ..11,1
Inthe performancoof tho comtltiniii expressed
in a certain Mortgage, or Deed of Triist.executod
by Joseph II. lledVcr lo hnmiiel Sta;,ts Taylor and
lilwiit Parsons, Trustees of tho Cn o City Pro1
perty, ilatrtl the j:iovelith d.iy o M y A. Ii, ISfti"
and recorded in tlie It.-, order's ottl.-e, in and fr
iAii.Ur foiiniv. 111 tlui i.iaio c.r ino. ...
llook 1' of Deeds, j I, smd inorlfugoiiriieed
nf trust eouv.ying lots nniiiUre.( (m Twcnlv.
SI,(Teiity.oue) ti, (t'weuty-luo) 23, (Twenty,
three) VI, iTweiity.four) w, Cixty.nlne)70, (Sv.
(Fifteen) in tho 4lh Addition lu tho oily of Cairo.
In fci'd tMiuuty and f late. We, tho undorslrnes'.
suld Trusteos, will mi elnesd.iy IheSeeond dav
uf March, A- D. 170. at IUiV.ekln tho fere.
nnoii of that day, under und by virtue ef tliu
iMiwer of salo contained In said mortgage, sell at
iHiblie auction to iho highest iildder far cash, nt
Iht'oifiiMi building of said Trustees, comer Wash,
ingbm avenue nrul lsth street, in said oily of
Cairoi In Alexander county nnd State of Illinois,
said lots numliered (siu) twenty, sn twenty-one.
(ii) Tuenty-two, (1) twcitty-three, (21) twenty,
lour, (09) sixty. iiiiio. (70) seventy ana (71) seveii.
ty one, in block numbere.1 (Ii) lirteen in the
rourtli addition to the city of Cairo, aceordlng to
thoreeonled plat thereof, with tho appurtenance,
tu satisfy tho purposex and condition of said
1111, Cairo, Illinois, Fohrtisry 0th, lt;n.
KDWIN l'AIMON-4. r
Trustees of tho Cairo City I'roperty.
Is hereby clreit tll.it .lefiiult li.nlni, n,...,..,.l
iu the purform itieenf Iheciuiditlnnsexiiressed in
n certain Mortgage, or Deed of Trust executed by
Kduard II. Weakly tu S.uuucl Mtiuls Tnyjtr aud
of trust conveying lot numbered (iJ) tirenly Uvo
In block number el (eighty onoHn tha first uJJit.
ion to tho elty of Cairo In suld county and state
Wo, tho tutdrrslgned, snld trustees, will on Wd.
neidar tho second day of .March A, D. 170, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of that day, uudor sn..iy
vlrtiiiiortliepoaernfsnle contained Hi saht Jlort.
gage, sell, ntl'ubln- Ain-liou, to the highest bid
der, lor cash, at the ofllvu building of nuld Trus.
tees, cornexof WajhingtojiA)emi und Isth street,
in j-uld city of Cairo, In Alexander ronnty and
State of Illinois, nld lot numbered I'M
Tvieiily five o block imiuUre.l il (eighty
one) m tho first addition to tho mid citj
of (hlro, according In the recorded p( thereat
fllhthoappntteiianoes, to satisfy (ho purpiVSos
and eoiidilliui of snnl Morlgitgs. 1
Dated, Cairo, 111., February nth. HTO.dtd
KDWIN I'AllitlNH, r
Trustees oftha Cairo City I'roperty'.'
i! i "v . ." """ i"r muniiiii nieiiurges. ror par
boat, Cairo, III. FcHilmd,
rmun i-.irsou. trustees or tliu euro City I'ru.
perty, d.tted the Twenty-fifth day of January A. D
lwai, nn I recorded In the IteoorilorV urtice. la and
lor Alexander County, hi the State of Illinois in
Book I', of Deeds nairo lM.sald M.rir.n,,. . .i' '
NOTICE II , ;
To all Hlmm it tn- eeltiern. '
-xfVfii'' '''.ii'," l?'"ll'li rfl'er oppos'lti'lrelutont
-Mo., "1-wo Hales ("o tpn ll.iles. k4hh, u ,.tlua for,
YIDZW ''mV'" ""Vi'einwuU Jild Imfu thirty ii'ih'
I he soma w ill lw sold for neoo nut of elmrges. For ran
. r. I M?" W