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NEWS 0E THE CITY.
TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1870.
A can vnHs of tlio returns of tlio election,
iy tlio fcolect Council, Inst night, Hhowotl
Hint for Councilman for the city nt large,
Daniel Arter ruculvoil, In tho First ,Vard
Hi: volus; In thoKooontl Ward, 107 votes;
In the Third Ward 80 votes nnd In tlio
I'ourth Ward 200 voles; total 598 votes
r or beieot Coimolliuari for the Klrst
ard Ilormiui Meyer leceived 111" votes.
For Helucl Cotincliinuti fdr tlio BCcond
Ward, 1 W. Uarclay received 100 Votes;
Hcaiicring, J votes.
a uumumico consisting or two niem
bors was appointed to lnqulro Into tho
fjuallflcatlons of tlio members clucl, and
10 report at tlto next mectlni:.
Hio canvass of these returns, tho nl
lowancoofa few bills, etc., constituted
the business of tlio evening.
Messrs. Miller mid Miller have Just ro
eelved an unusually large, well assorted
and strictly fushioiiuulo supply of piece
goods, to which they usk Mtioalnl atten
tion. The lot embraces tho finest cloths
and cuslinern ever brought to Cairo, and
Mich a variety ofntylcs Unit nil tastes may
be accommodated. Hulls or garments
from these goods arc made to order In the
best manner and latest style, and at
figures that will defy competition. J '"or
proof of this they only usk to be put Uon
mm. auui oveiilH call around iuiu sec
the new goods. Juni'itf.
Itcsldes a very complete itoclf of tin
ware, (!. W. Henderson, 100 commercial
Avenue, presents to (he trade a eplendid
Variety of cooking Move; among .others
the "Pomona," the "Veteran," the
uaK," ami ine "states" the latter a
coal stove. These, and any other
make desired, will be sold at a small ad
vance on manufacturers' prices.
(Jen. Llttlellngcr, tlio famous Indiana
llllljuit, protracted his stay In ourity
over yesterday, making tho Interval
pay byselllug photographs of himself and
pamphlet sketches of his life. Ho attract
cu considerable attention tlio negro
children being thrown Into oxtaclcs of
The new supply of sill; hots Just receiv
ed by Miller and Miller is worthy of
especial attention of gentlemen who wish
to purchase anything in tliut line that Is I
strictly fa.sliloii.ibJo and of llmt-claii
manufacture. The supply embraces all
Ucs; and as to price nnd junllty satls - l
faction Is guaranteed.
As each shingle of slate placed tipon
the roof of the custom homo must be
Mod to 1U place with coppnr wire?, the
roofing process Is necessarily slow. Not
a foot of timber haa been usml In the con
struction of the roof or any part of the
building above the foundation.
Tho Continental is the only cook stove
with sliding oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher it Henry, at 102
Commercial, avenue, cor. 12th street,
C'LOHINO OUT TUB li.S'TtltK BTol'K 01'
ready made clothing, furnishing good-,
boots, shoes, hau, caps, trunks and valis
es at P. NelTs, No. 70, Ohio Levee, at
actual cost, for cash only.
Experts in tho tne of the axe, maul,
saw uud fro can tccuro employment nt
Oooio Island, by applying to M. I). Gun-
tor, Esq. Ooo.se Island Is a pleasant,
healthy locality, and the wages paid will
bo found remunerative.
Tho St. Mcholas IJIllIurd Hull I.s one
of tho largest and best furnished In tho
country. It Is the resort of both citizens
and strangers who Indulge billiard play
- i in i
Mother as you love your oUsprlinr,
don't fail to uso Mrs. Whltcomb'sHyrup,
for soothing children, ltaad tho mlvcr
tbemcnt In another column.
Public Speakers and Singers will llud
Norman's Clinlybeat CoughSyrup Inval
uable. Sold by J. S. Ilumm.
Everybody uses Wizard Oil,
Harolay llroV. sell It cheap for
Patronize home Institutions. Jtuy
Flowering tulips, hyacinths uud poly
anthus narcissus for saloat P. Q.Schuh's
one thousand yauds of mi ken and
steel mix co jeans, at GO and 75 cents per
yard, at P. Nell's, no. 70, Ohio Levee, tf
Pitcher it Henry's largo stock of hUrd-
wnro, cutlery, tools, stoves, tlnrvaro, etc
will be sold without regard to evrnt. tf
A splendid lot of calf boots and gal.
tors will arlvo at P. NelPs next week,
and' will be sold low forcssh. 1 tf
1200 vitas of assorted pants,
vesia to mutch, at cost, at No. 70
Oo to 02 Ohio Lovee for Aurora oil. It
Is cheap and safe, and docs not smoke
Hack coats at i.Kis than cost at
r.NcfPs, No. 70, Ohio Levee. tf.
Uso Ender's Chill Cure. "It never
Tho Aurora oil will not stain or greaes.
' - m
"wkjikstin usn" Euderii' S'.omacli k
Hitters, . ,
The celebrated Aurora oil can be had
atNo. W20hlo(Lovce.i ( Jan2I-lmi
tiif casino imix last mciit.
A Grain! Affair.
Washington Hall, last night, proscul
fd a scene of life, Inindo and gaiety that
has rarely If ever, been equaled in Cairo.
About 8 o'clock tho dulcet strains of tho
Cairo Silver Cornet band signaled tho
oponlng of tho doors, rind soon after
wards ladles and gentlemen, by twosand
by dozens eamo flocking in, bo that by 10
o'clock the vast hall was tilled, full to rc-
plet loin Thegay,origlnal nmJiniquocos
tumes,rlch In bright colors, gilt and gold,
tho queer masks that put at fault tho
physiognomist, the ovldouccs of skill,
taste and lavish outlay with the apparel
and paraphernalia of tho ladies, tho
smiling faces that wore not concealed by
masks, and the bright Hood of light that
poured froma hundred burners,combincd
to form a spectacle novcr boforo witnessed
In Washington Hall. When the niusio
of the lino cotillion band commenced, a
hundred feet responded In tho graceful
measures of tho waltz, quadrlllo and
polka; and these In turn gave way to an
hundred others, until all who felt so In
cllnod had shared In tho treasures of
miio enaraoicr representations woro
good and true, there being representa
tives of royalty, of tho Celestial Empire.
or the Indian, and of that usoful hut un
protending class yclept Chimney .Sweeps,
j;esliles these there woro comlo masks
and costumes, fiomc of which wcro very
Ingenious and Irreslstably funny. Tho
ladles represented different callings mid
avocntloiiH, as the Flower Girl J tho Km
broiderer; the fJhopherdess, tho Knitter,
tho hewing Ulrl, etc., etc., wearing app
ropriate cost umes and havlnir In hand tho
implements or Insignia of their respective
advocations. An objectof special attrac
tion was a lady wearing a dress construc
ted of and tastefully trimmed In Cairo
'Uulletlus.' All this wa very pleasing
ami attractive, and no one who was pres.
cut will hcsltuto to accord tho ladles
a sliaro In the occasion that constituted
its moH Interesting features.
hhortly after tho turn of tho night
mine host of V nshington Hall announ
ced supper, an nnu ciegani supper It was.
Everything to tomtit und gratify the
appetite had been provided In great
abundance, unu was served In a stylo to
which the most fastltllpns could take no
Far. Into the jilehl. evenio tho verce
of morning, tho dancing was prolonged,
every one appearing loth to leaven scene
- of Hiieh genuine enjoyment.
for parting name, however, nnd ns the
participants took theirleavc, thoy gave
voice to what they felt, that they had
Just qnjoyed one of the happhvt seasons
of their lives.
Txr ta hn Paid Till Tnr.
The tax book now In the hands of
Sherllf Myers, Is his warrant for thucol
lection of $70,0u0 from the tax payers of
Aluxamler county. This amount is with'
in a few hundred dollar of the sum paid
When it was announced that the State
Hoard of Equalization had reduced tho
valuation of Cairo city property 100 per
cent, or one half, there was consider-
able exultation umong tho people, be
cause, forsooth, it was belle veu that tho
State taxes would be correspondingly re
duced. But how Is it? Lad year tho
State called for 70 cents on every otto
hundred dollars worth of our taxable
property, and took from our pockoU
about S.'IO.OOO. A'ow sho calls for 140 cents
on every ininurou uouars wortli of our
taxable property, or precisely tho bamo
amount pnld to her last year. Thus it
Is seen the equalization of values by tho
,SUto Board of Equlllzatiou did not havo
Its Intended etl'ect, slnco tho incrcaso In
the per centum of levy IsJ exactly equal
to tho demluutlon In tho value of tho
Wo make theao facts public, that tax
payers may know how to provide for tho
coming of the tax gatherer.
Tho fl. Alrlinlii Hotel nml ItrttuurAiit.
This popular and eligibly located houso
of public entertainment is now fitted
and ruriil.-lied throughout In gvcd stylo;
and, under tho management of Messrs.
Walker fc Slsson, Is doing n largo and
thriving business. It Is kept upon tho
Kuropean plan the guest calling for
what ho wants when ho wanta It, wheth
er in tho day or night time, and paying
only for what he orders. Tho rooms aro
largo and clean, furnished with the best
of beds nnd bedding, while all other fea
tures of the establishment are arranged
wllli an especial eyo to tho comfort nnd
convenlenco f tho guests. JaCtf
Cairo Oriilinn Aylum
Tho regular mouthly meeting of the
board of managers of tho Asylum, will be
held at 21 o'clock, to-morrow afternoon
(Wednesday, March 2nd,) at tho Asylum,
Every momber of, the hoard is earnest
ly requested to be in attendance piiuctu
uUy.'M).vfl??'u.l lu,a important business
win urougnt, neroro tne meeting.
It "i Mk. H, Oandrk Sec'y.
Mr: Jo liii Papen, agent for tho St. Louis
luiutuu xiisuniiiuo uoiujmiiy, lor uu limi
portion of Illinois, lylug South ol tho
Miss,, and uiiio railroad Is In tho city,
IoQlB 'Htor mtoroste of his coai
pany. uitr citizens noiii anoutoo or this
company's policies and seem well pleased
with tho results of Us management.
Ten men aro wauted.to wo'rlMif "tim
ber; Applj'i fpr fifteen dayH to M. D.
iGnnter, (loose Island. mlftUU tw
Htcamer T)in Able, Cbltimbus,
" J.ewcllln, Padticah,
" Hello Memphis, Bt. Louis,
" Tom Gasper, "
a i o 1 1 1 o i.ocrt,
W. M. Urown
" Cijunli Vldtaliurr,
" )'orjtli "
" Anna, Cincinnati,
QlcMner Dan Able, almnku,
" I.eircllln, I'S'luciili,
11 Countm, Olnelnniitl,
" l-'or.ij lli.HI. Ujiiib,
" Aniin, do
i' llnpe, Jo
A. Halter, Kaatporl,
Ri'llo i!crnphl, Memplili,
" Tom JaKper. New Orlratu,
" MollloKbert, do
" Tnllnnan, MuiIitIIIc.
The weather continues clear and pleas
The river has fallen thrco Inches since
Tho, Mississippi )ias risen two Inches
at St. Louis, but no rlso of consequciico
is reported aboyo. There Is still only six
feot scant In tho chaunel above Cairo
but an abundanco of water for all classes
of steamers fully laden from Cairo to
Tho river Is stationary nt ritlsburg
with six feet In the channel, but another
rlso Is reported, coming out of tho Mo
nomrahola. Heavy rains havo fallen
and tho snow has nil been melted, Th
expected rlso may reach ten or fifteen
feet. Thcrlver Is again rising nt Louis
vlllo with nearly eight feet water in tho
chute over the falls.
Business continues brisk at our land
Inc. ami freight is bolnir handled rapidly
Tho Indiana will complete n full cargo
A 1 - - . . . . . t X-.... l -t -. .1.1..
lO-lny uuu icavu lor new unvnun iiua
The barues of the Mlsslsslnpl Valley
Trunzportatlon Company are loading
The local packets contlnuo to brine
(rood trips for rcsnipmcnt. ami mo l. u
it. It. Is bringing an immense amount or
Southern freight for reshlpment per
Tho Mississippi had more Cairo freight
on board than was at first supposed. She
took nearly -100 tons oats, (lour and as
sorted freluht here.
Cant. Joint N. Bollinger, of St. Louis,
has bouL'ht one-third of the steamer
Tfiompson Dean from Jas. W. Gall, of
The St. Luke, Tor Memphis, Henry
Ames, for N. O., Cltyof Alton for Vlcks
burg, W. J. Lewis for Shreveport, Chos.
II. Durfel, for Ouachita Itlver, Abcona
for Cincinnati, are all due to-day.
Tno i.ewcllin is tne regular packet ror
Puducah this evonlng, and the Quick
step ror nvansvnie,
i ..., nt.. w 'i ir
Cant. Clms. T.
Hlnde Is agent for the
Tlio Aurora oil will give a clear and
brilliant light, and Is entirely non-ex-
Youths' hoys and ciiii.oun'ii clotu
ffng at less than New York, prices, will
be told this mouth, ut NefTs regardless of
The Aurora oil is the cheapest, safest
and cleanest burning fluid in use. It
may bo had at 02, ohlo levee.
Norman's Chalybeate Cough Syrup Is
a remarkably pleasant nnd ellectual
remedy for bronchitis, sore throat etc.
Sold by S. J. Htimm. feb2S lw
Paper of the size required for tho new
hi i i i
Issuooftho 'Bulletin' could not be so
cured In St. Louis. This fact will sub
Jccc us to an additional delay of three or
four duys, in gettiug out our first number.
In tho meantime bring la your advertis
16S dozkn late style lints, and others,
at cost, for this month only, at Peter
NcITa, No. 70, Ohio Loveo.
Call and examine the stock nnd prices
beforo you make your purchases, and
don't forget your pockotbooks. tf
A special convocation of the Cairo
Chanter. No. 71 It. A. M., will bo
held at tho Masonic Hall this (Tuesday)
evening at 7J o'clock, for work In the M.
By order of tho M. Ex II. P.
M. L Dunnino, Sec'y.
It astounds overybody thnt n colorless,
cloudless fluid, like Spring water, should
revive tho original tint, In the whlto
gray or grizzled hair, Yotsoltis. Phal
on's Vitalla or Salvation for tho Hair Is
Just such a fluid, as limpid and as stain
less, -yel It far excels every other dye
or coloring liquid ever known, in im
parting rich shades of color to grey hair.
Tho completest stooh of gentlemen's
furnishing goods In the city , Is to be
found nt Miller nnd Miller's. It would
be a remarkable want, Indeed, In this
Hue that they cannot satisfactorily supply
ut the very lowest figures ruling in the
Mr. Edwin H. Fall Is Is admitted as my
partner In tholtiburuuco busiuess, to date
from tho Urst day Fobunry 1870.
The bundles of tho firm will be con
ducted ns heretofore under the name of
J. S. Iteurden &. Co.
Cairo III., Feb. 2Sth 1870. ml.Ot
"Ms hi Cork."
Is tho expression or all housekeepers
after making biscuits with Dooley'a llu
king Powder. It Is chemically pure in
Us composition, and possesses no Ingre
dients but Htioli ns are perfectly harm
less, healthy nnd nutritious. This Is not
only the best, but cheapest in market, as
oiio. pound will go further than n pound
nnd n half of those of ordinary manufac
ture, Uso no other, Iuqulro atyourgro
cer'fl for Dooloy'a Baking Powder,
A Hit of Letter remaining unclaimed In the poit
office at Cnlro, Illinois, on Saturday, Feb. 2Mb, 1870:
Ilrown, mri Sylvia,
Cavcndor, mrx Ion,
Colnmnn, mrs Ij
Hood, mlia I.MiIa,
Jonni, mrn Albortino,
I'ardenor. Inra Thor,
I'alintsr, mrs Nrllln,
Hulllrnn, mm Katie,
llrlttnn. mn Mnrriia.
Ilaumgaril. ttira Maliinln,
Unntoriji'rry, miKfl i. a,
Krcfltnan, inl Jlary,
Jnrn, in rs HanlPl,
O'Kfdo, mrs Jane,
Pollock, mra Jul In,
Hoie. mra U'ltlr.
Hlrnpnon, mra oarnli,
nwanu, iiiik jioiun,
Smith, mr4 Naney.
Aull, Henry II.
ti i iu iimn,
Clark Ic William,
Coleman, Wm D,
PoUKlnrly, Thomaa M,
Harmon, Charlci W,
Illcha, Wm fS
Itogan, Wm D,
McNnltr, John II,
1'hll Ipi, I.eo,
Itohlnion, John c,
Cohb, K U,
Knellh, It R.
Oarland, John S,
Hogn, John l",
liirtroflce A Co,
Mcliolson, Peter A,
Orer ft Carxolm,
llayublda, J W,
Sinipfon, Wm II,
Hmttherit. Jcawo b,
itaiKer, u i;
Vomic, Antony It,
Person' calling for nny of (h abovo letters ulll any
J. M. OHA1IAM, P.M.
A firatelati hu-inett man as AKent for n Htw orU
Slate I.lf" lnurttiico CniiipAtiy.
Th riht matt can ot.taiu lier n paying and n lira
For further Inforinatlon npply to tho KJItrr of thle
P0S1TIVKLY TWO M(!HTS USLW
Great Pictorial Tableaux
Of tho Holy Illblc.
Friilay and SnturdayKvrnlnps,.Hartli !I &i
A lenea of macntflcrnt tialntine. Iltuatratlr of
Scripture hitory or the Oi l end New TeiUnl-nt. Tlio
lararti airi nnefi moTiiis iiuihu hi nn ...i.
.......... . 1. ... ..... . I t . r ... nln. f..t hlitli litf
Ixteen feet I005, and ore the work nt the inoit emin
ent arllts or inn conmry. Jiieyaro rrcomnirnuou
ty prominent illnea of America; hate heen tx
hlhltwl In the principal rltlitof the United fctalea to
millions of people and hY! ererywhero called forth
Ihn erealrst admlrMlon and prulfe. a tliey are not
i.iily sore Uullful tut UigUly iu-UuolH.
Admission gatichildiiirnts, reserreu leata
4 rn,l miitni. will La el ran for the leneAt of
ladle, anil children. Saturday ulternoon at 2)j o'clock.
Admission ai cents. ciiuuren i cents.
An extilanatorr lecturu will he delirarixl it e.ch
exhibition, by the I.,.
Seats caul reierreJ t tlu ticket o!l!c Pndwy Mid
Saturday forenoons from lo to U o'elock.
ie 1 -wta
AX BALE NOTICE.
To Taylor A Parsons, Klua Kills, Van lUnsatear Hall,
l. Aner.T. is. r.ili lire.. 1 nomas rrremau,
W. P. Slack, Thomas J.ewl, Alfrsd Cumlngs, and
all others interested!
sslr ui lands and lifi niLdi.br Joel (!. Jtrtrvm. Slieritt
Tnii mm I ...li a r.. .a I.a.aI.v nnliR. A fl.lf nf
and ex.offlclo Collector of taxes In and for Alexander
enmity, State of Illinois, at the door of tne cnait
noii'f, in iiro, in in eouniy sir Aifianuer aiurrsmu,
on Thursday, th With day of Jnly A. I. B. V.
Murli:l purchased the tolloirins ileierllwd lots, alt
natfxl In the city of Cairo In said oountv. fnrStato.
County, Distrx?! School and Itoud Taxes nn I costs
thereon for the year A. I). I MI, te wit:
j City of Cairo
la whose name aitoucd
taxed and ruld.
Taylor A Parsons.,
UIU J. Ill-
Van ilansalear Hall 37
C I) Arter..
T II Kiln A Ilro
T II Kills A Ilro -..
Taylor A Parsons
do ' r
Alfred Cumlngs.. ,
Ami that the time allowed h
y law fur tlie redemption
of said Iota will explrii n tln SMli day of July A. U,
:o. 11. r.
Cairo, ill,, March 1st, If TO.
In relation to the Police Forre and the salaries ofi ef
Wlu CUV ultleers.
Jit It oiilmitJ ty tht City CbunfJ vf M C.V,v 1 Ciiuv.'
Hccrio.x 1. That the Police Forceof the Clly, from
,..l .rid.il,. . . . .... n iM. . . ,...11 r... ......
.,...., M..1.J(V1, ...I Ull.lll r. 1IIU1I o ,-.fh-
titutedns follows, vix: A Chief of Police, whujiball
perform auoli duties at are now or may hereafter bo
rrx.-r10f.11 11 y ormnaiice, huh noi moro ii.in lour
'ollee Constable, three of wliem shall do duty In tho
night time and 0110 during the day.
bvc. it. Tho Chief ol Pollen shall receive 11
salary of one thousand dollars per year, and
each of tho Polk Constables shall rccelvo a salary of
seventy-live dollars per month.
Hre. 3, From and after the date of the passage nf
his ordinance tho (alary of tho I'lt) Marshal shall be
nny nuiiiir-per iiinuiii, 1111 1 01 ino uiiy i.omptrouer
.,ril,J -iitt" iiuunrs rr llOlllll,
fee. i. All ordinance or narU of ordinances In
consistent with the provisions of this ordinance ore
Approteu I'toruary "
JOII.MI. OUCKI.Y, Mayor.
UAIUtEL FACTO I IV.
UAHKELS OF AM, KINDS
not Kogfi ol' All Sizes
On hand, or mnde to order, at the Cairo ll.irrel Fiie
torv, foot ef Fourth street, Cairo, Ills. . '
frliiiiiitiiir. sin Hoist or lu AV'urrliouse.
done nl cull. Support homv labor. feblmd
HIE EARLY ROHP.
The Heat l'otstto tbat Urowa.
It Is from ten days to two weeks varlicr Hum snv
Itlsof larger average aiietnsn any other;
It s in table n,uality ud delicacy of flavor wlthont
1 equal; '
H is III tirnductlveuesi the most ustonlihlmr variety
ever pllcied tu tho public, The reports of the yield
01 nisi spiiiuii ironi Binjriu pounus run as uigii as
oven bushels to thu poiiii. Kor sule by
. .TUtMAB ORjjK.V AI.DIJN.
Slatoof Illinois, Alexander rounty, is. In tho
Circuit Court of Alexander county, Illlnoli.
April Term, 171).
Ilenjamln it. Stunn rs fj Vrtn Itiiminell. An
sciinpsli: Attachment, demand ilMi W.
Nntlce i lalierehy Klven to you the said Q. Von
llunitncll tha iwrltof AttaofiinciitliM heejutled
out of thoutneoof thoClcik of tho Alexander Clr
cult Court at tho suit of tlm raid Henjiimln M.
Slunn.nnd ecalnstthooetati.. t (hoaaldO V011
Hninmellforthoiiutnorn 1 ,. . dollar, no.
ildcalntcreat, dlreelcdto , k,. . aald coun
;y looxneui, hiiicii tniu v -on returned
y ald Shcrlir executed on Lot t,.n (lev lii HiooU
IVenlyaoTeii (27) In Firt Addition to (haolly oi
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, .,tno procertr
of suld defendant. Now uuleti Tou.tkn
i.uiinuoii,ui'iunua itnsii nerapnauy bo and an.
pear bclorp the circuit court of IU county n the
ilrst day of tho next term thereof, to bo holden In
tho clty of Cain, in s, id 10. nty.ontroflratMwi.
day In tlio Month of April next, kIt spsclal Ull
and plead to eald action, ludgment will bo.enter
ed nKalnst you In favor of laid plaintiff and the
property attached nold to satisfy the aarnvMHli
ItUimi)oll,defcnda .,ihal nerapnally be and an
JOHN O. JIAHMAN, Clirk..
Cylro.lll.. February loth, 1IT0,
MunnAl'ope, Plaintllfe Attu-r
To Jamea Mltchcl, the heirs of Gcoro nuniiarJ,
nnd all others Interested. i . 57'
totvn loti for tho Htnte. county and other Ue.
city of Ulro, county of Alexander and HUteof
Illinois on tho 23111 andaotu ,av,of July. iiM,
?.?,?"V P""'"8" r ""J foflowlns deloribed
1X2 ? ' h.' k Witt
the 20th nnd 30th day or July, l8il, and If not re.
deemed at that time I shall apply fur a deed Mild
poioilonof thenbovf desenft premUoa.
n Jf. HUNrtAUKKIt, lirelia'er.'
- . .V '."V"'"'? 'lu-IQI).XIItA.IIW
la hereby given that default luring oecurrert In
tho perfonnaneoof tho rondftloni tapressed In a
certain Morlagf. or iei of Trust executed by
John O krinntufianmel Stunts Taylor nnd Edwlii
Parwns, Triutee. of tho Cairo Our Propertr
il.,tid tho Twenty-tblrd day ot January. A i Z
"'"i xecorueii in 1110 iteeonler's otflcfs. In and
wn '."h"ic Cl7 nt, talro' ,n ,""ir nd Stste.
... " . 'Mni, bi.111 ironic1, win on
WfHlnesday, IheScuond dayof March, A. 1). U70.
ntlil oVIiK'k. lo the forenoon or that day, under
ttitl bv ylrtue of tho (Kiwer of tale onwlned la
said Jl ortgase. sell, at Public Auction, lo the hlafc
et bidder, iorcash. at th oftlce bulldlDB f aald
Truslen, comer WAshlngton ateaue nod Illh
etreel. iu Mid oily of Cairo, In Alexander eouty
Wj!e1",tiorJlllno,! "Wlot nnmlwred Twel
(IK) In Mm-lc numbered W (nlncty.two) la lb
ririt addition to the city of Cairo, according lo the
plat thereof, with the appurtenances to eitisfy Ike
i. ,'vnyn H.m vuuiiiiiuu ui pniu jiioniraire.
a hTAATM TAVI.OU, ' ' "
JJDWIN I'AltSONS, 1
Trailers of tlio Cairo Oily Property.
Is hereby given tint defaiitl luting ocuurrej in
thopenomiancoof the. conditions expressed ma
the Iteconter's onlee, In and fur Alexaudnrceun.
ty.lnlhe stato of Illinois, ,n Hook 1? of leeisi
page'-M, sild morlCTgo or deed e rnisl tourer,
jnx lot numtHiro-l Twenty-llveir.) Ilil lonlfhuui.
tjered Twenty-seicn, U7j In lleJtirt Aiiilltton ta
Ihecity er Cairo, In said county and sua. We
the linderslKiied.eal l Trustees, will nn Wednes
day, the fecvuud day of ilaruh, A. I). I7t,-at19
o'clock In the forenoon or that day, under and by
Virtue of the power nf sale contained In s.ild
mortuaL'e. sill, at ubiiuaii"tion. m 11,.. 1 .
bidder lor rash, at the olllco. buidmg o an 14
Irutoe, corner Washington nvemle an'(f ltih
street. Insaxl city of Cuir,in Alexander couhrv
ami stain of Illinois, aaid lot numbered 12S)
Tenty-nrj, In block r.iiinbrei Titnty.sTn
(-7) In tho first addition to ilm fiinr
cording to the recorded put thereof, with th an
purteu.ineea, to eatlsly thu purposea andcoudl
imns nf s.ildtnortgi.
ie.nii, miro, iniroii, f eiirtisry mn, U70. .
KUWIN PAtti.NS. '
flld T""11' of .'' ro City Property.
I- herehy given tint that defiant havlifir'oiclt?
led lu the N.rfunnan.- of tlio eimrtiliens fx7
1're.sed in n; ertam Mortgage, or Heed or Trust
. xeeutwl by tharlei Uma.ti r tofatanit bta.-vti
Tnytornnd t.dwln P.irsuus, Tiii,t, e. of tho Cairo
City Pri'rerfT, dated the Thirtieth dnvof Nor.
riiioer. A. l. lsr. reoorded in thu IfecwMef
oltlee, in and fr .Uexnu ler county, in the htato
of Illinois; 111 Hook K of IH-wls, luae WJ Ac.;
ald martgago or deed of trust uonvejlng lot
numbered ,sixj In Illock numbuic.lii?) Forty
seien ln the I irst Addition to theclty of Cairo:
In said founty and State. We, tho undesigned!
aid Triisl.ee, will on Wednesday, tha rjecond
day of .March, A. I). l7i at It) o'clock in the
forenoon of that day1 under and by virtue of tho
lower of Mle contained Intsid mnrtcsse .stllat.
public auetlon.to the highest bidder for cash.at this
omco imiiiiiiiu hi nam Trustees, corner of Wash
iiRtim nveniui and IHh streets in said city et
I n s It tl.ii,.l... .,,,.u si.- .. s,
Cairo, In Aleximder 101 nly ndSuteof Jlllnsis.
Mid lot numbered (1!) six In block numbered (471
fiirtyseven In the rlrst addition to thn city of
Oxlro. actordlng 10 thu recorded plat theresf.
with the nppurti nanee., to satisfy the purposes
androinlltiou of said innrtcse.
IUIihI, Cairo, Illinois, February 0th. IS79. .
K KTATs't.VVI.OII, " ,
I rustees of tho Cairo Clly Proseily.
la hereby iflven tint def inlt T,
1... 1.. r..-......n....r .i. "e. -uiivu.
....lll . .v. ...w.. u ,!. 1.U1U1V
Aiexnmier county, in wiu niaie of Illinois in
Hook P of Ueeds, p.io JI, sunt morlgaiteorilfei
noon of that day, under and by virtu ef tho
Ker of sule vontalneil in said inortcs-s. sell at
publla uucllon to ilm highest bidder fo? cash, at
the olth e buildumof said 'IVustees, corner tt'olh.
Ingtou aveniin uud 1Mb street, in ai riiy f
Cairoi In Alexander county and Htate of lilfn.i,
H.kl.l 1.1- ,Hllllt.rA.I ,"tlt lu..n... '
fourth addit onto the city of Cairo, oeeordlnr te
tlio recorded plat thereof, with the appartenances.
to satisfy tho purposes and condition of ssli
Hated, Cairo, Illinois, February 9th, 1ST
Trustees of the Cairo City Property.
Is hereby Klvii thai ilef.uill having oseurred
In thn performsiii'c of the conditlaus nxpresssd ia
certain Mortgage, or Dent of Trust ei'euUi bv
Jylwa.nl II. Weakly to ti.imuel Htaals Taylsrani
1-lwlii Pursous. 1 rustees nf the Cairo City pra.
pert)-,datei Ihe Tiienty-ilfth day of January A. I.
iNto, ami recorded in tho Heoonler's nine. and
lor Alexander County, 111 tho Stale of Illinois. In
Hook P. of Heeds psgo 1JI. suld M.rtgago or deed
of trust conveying lot numbered Uo) twenty Hte
in Monk number Si (eighty onojln the flr.t add',.
1011 to the city of Cairo in said county and stati
We, the undei .Igned, said trustees, will on Vi.
nnsday lie u-eonddayotMarcIiA. I. U 70, at 10
o clock hi the forenoon of that day, under ami by
virtue oflhe power of sale contained ia said Mori
gage, sell, at Public Auction, to the highest bid.
der, for cash, nl 1 tlio olllce building of Tsld Trns.
tees, jjpniirof Washington Aveuuesnilliithslreel.
In said city of ilro, lu Alexander county sm(
btalo of Illinois '?( lot uumbere. ' J ,
Tweiity-llVB in block n umbered 81 (nlcnty,
one) m the first SiMlllou to the sufd "l,
of (Wro, aeeonlhigto (he recorded put iher.ef.,
ivithtWpnurtenanOes , to satisfy nuruosss
nnd coiidf.iiin of said Mortgage. 1 'FV '
Iateil, Cairo, III., Fehrnufy aih, HJO-dtd . ,
Trnsleev of the Cairo City Pioperty,
Q.I.OVER it BON,
(inn Hint I.ocUhihUU
N(). 330 Wnshihgtonmo,, opposito Hie Court-lions',
' t'tlWj ..' .....v,.,hJiliih
Manufactitrus .noil repairs all kinds off -! "l''
-i.ui. ' u.a, Louies, kkvs,' rrrd, eto.
Work warranted and eh.irgei reasunalile, feSldtui
,. V. . . ' ui in ine name
of o, orgs lIumKard'a holrs, lot No. u in llloek
0: ? Itttl'ooliy of Olro, for the nm 01 tit 37.
and tliat tlin tltnn nr rf..l.m.t,nn ...... ;
i.,V 7'". r '.IJ"?110 or i tlnou, ta
Hook V of Ueeds, pao IK), said mortgage er deed
of trim conteying Tot numbered lj Twelr.da
lllook numbered VI (Mneiv.mni i ihL n... , i f.
'"' i 1 i iiubi executed liy
Patrick J.titon to Sammd Hta.ita Tayter and Edwin
P.irsons, Trustees of tlieCnlniL'ityi'roi.ertv. dated
th Third dnvof lXemberA. nlH.4 JX.'.i. ., Iti
m a cerinin iorigge, or lieeil or Trust.oircnted
l.yJoselih li. CI.irtoNimiielStaalTiTor and
iMn in Parsons, 'i rustees ef tne c 0 t'lly 1'rol
perly, dated tho Ktcvrnth dayol it yA.ll Hoi
und recorded lu the KiiioMe r' Oftll,.. I. MM. I . .
in imp, ioi iiuiiiii,rpi iii Tirenlt
ai.(T;itt);-oij,i il, iTweiitytwo) IJ, '(Twe.ly:
threi-i -I, (Iwuiity-fouriui, tsuty.niiiri70.(K(.
entyl 71. iHeyemy-onii) 111 liloelc nuuj berej If
(Filteeiij m tho itliAiUitlontoiheellv of Cairo
in said county on. .mat.;. We ihe underslrnes-
s.il.l 'I rustees, will ou Wednesday the Hecond dsv
of Mitre 1. A. V. 1870. nt ID i,Vi;w.l' i ,i.. t '
...., .... iwpniv-one.
(ii) Twenty-tivo. yt) twonty-tliree, mi iVntr
four, (umsfxty-nme. (70) sojenlv nu.i (71) ss,..
iv one. in bl'iek numbered nil iiri-.n 1. .1 .