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news or THE CITY.
WEDNESDAY, MAP"!! 2, 1870.
When It Is generally understood Hint
Icalsomlno will rostore tlio wivlls or
rooms or halls to their original surface
mid beauty ut less limn oiiu-fourtli tlio
cost of any oilier known process,
tlio services of tlioso who aro skilled In
Hint art will to called Into active requis
jii tairo no ono nan nculovcd mich sue
cess In kalsomliilng an Carl L. Thomas
nails irijd ceilings, no odds how hndly
smoked mid discolored, aro restored by
him to their original perfection. Any
desrcd color Is produced aifd the work
accomplished quickly, cheaply, Arid
without the annoyances and Utter usual
ly attending replasterlng or repaperlng
A spcc'mun of Mr. Thornus' kalsomln
lug In tlio Ut. Nicholas Hotel will dial
Icnge the admiration of any good Judgo
of that kind of work. It Is oven, smooth
showing no lapso and as llrmly tot as
any paint or hard Mulsh of plaster.
Ah a pnper hanger, plain and fancy
painter, Mr. T. Is a llrst-class workman
hut wo refer particularly to his achieve
moots In kalsntniiilug hccatise, wo know
of no other mean!) by which homes can
be so cheaply and handsomely repaired
and Improved. Mr. T'h shop Is in tlio
Terry 1 louse, corner of Coiuniorcla
avenue and Eighth street.
I'd. I". KUicm'i (.ciierul AKeiir)'
The general steamboat and railroad
agency Jiiht established In this city by
i'.d. K Hkson, !',.)., will prove of iucal-
culahlo ntddslanco and value to (ho
countless number of travelers passing
through Cairo. During a period ofmnny
years Mr. Kisson has dovoU'd himself to
this calling, (In u. more limited sphere;
and of all our acquaintance we know of
no man better calculated for thobuslnewj
thah lie is, " Convemnt with nil the
lines of travel, East, West, North and
Houth, their connection! and time tobies
and being the local passenger agent of a
largo number or too passenger
packets touching at Cairo, ho
will bo able to givo satisfactory answers
to the thousand Inquiries of travelers,
and to Impart directions that will enable
them to economise in both time and
monoy. Energetic nud thoroughgoing,
and pursuing with an almost sleepluss
energy his line of Illness, wo do not
permit ourselves to doubt ills success for
a moment. His office and headquarters
a rein the HU Nicholas Hotel, where he
'will bo pleased to meet all travelers
siring any service or Information at
I'ralt Trsei,Jrie Vlue He.
The undesignedly prepared to furnish
largo or Hmall quantities of Fruit Trees
of every variety, alio Clrapo Vines
and small Fruits and u cholcu se
lection of ornamental Khrubs nud
In purchasing from (he subscriber, you
recclvo the plants fresh from the Nur
cry, and dellvorod at catalog no nrlcus.
OIvo mo your orders early and I will
secure you good lock
Any orders through tho post-ofllco or
left at my bouso will receive prompt at
tention. Win. F. PiTCimt, ngnt,
mnrlMt Eighteenth k Com. Ay.
Tlir hi. .Mflnilni Hotel mitl Ittstnnraiit.
Till popular and eligibly located hotmo
of public entertainment Is now fitted
and furnished throughout In good style;
and, under tho management of Messrs.
Walker & filsson, Is doing a largo and
thriving business It Is kept upon tho
Kuropean plan tho guest calling for
what ho wants when ho wants It, wheth
er In tho day or night Umo, und paying
only for what he order. Tlio rooms uro
largo and clean, furnished with the bc3l
of beds nnd bedding, while all other fea
tures of tho establishment aro arranged
with an especial eyo to tho comfort and
convenience f the guests. Ju'Jtf
"I.ltflit n n Colli."
Is tho expression or nil hotisckeepnrs
after making biscuits with Dooley's Ha
lving Powder. It Is chemically pure In
Its composition, nud possesses no Ingre
dients but such as aro perfectly harm
less, healthy and nutritious. This Is not
only tho best, but cheapest In market, ns
ono pound will go further than a pound
nud nhalf of tlioso of ordinary manufac
ture. Usonoother. Inquire ntyourgro
cer's for Dooley s linking Powder,
ONK THOUSAND YAlinsoU' 01ir.UK AND
steel nilSco Jeans, nt SO and 75 cents per
yard, at P. NelPs, no. 70, Ohio Levee, tf
Pitcher Js Henry'H large btock of hard-
ware, cutlery, ioois, sioves, uiiwani, etu
'will bo sojd without regard to cost.
A splendid lot ccalf boots and, gnl.
lers will arlvo tit P. NelPa nest week,
und will Uo sold low; for cash.
1200 l'Aijis of assorted pants,
vcbU to match, nt cost, at No. 70
Go to 02 Ohio Loveo for Aurora oil. It
is cheap nnd safe, nud does not smoke
fcSAOK COATS AT l.KiS THAN COST AT
P. NulPfl, No. 70, Ohio Leveo. tf.
Chill Curo. "It never
Tho Aurora oil will not stain or fit-endu.1
"riiKBKbT in'-usK'-'Eudoys' Stomach
A City Hall.
Tho city council, dlssatlsfiod with tho
present location of tho council chamber
and filty 'offices, has directed tho clerk to
proouro'a moro central and convenient
building. Far tho uso of tho present
chamber and ofllccs, tho city Is paying
annually, tho mini of eight hundred dol
lars. This Is a very rcasonnhlo rent, and
It Is scarcely probable Hint tho clerk will
bo ahlo to save anything In tho way of
rents, by cHueting tho contemplated
change. Hut reasonable as the rent Is, it is
cqiitvalout to an interest of Ion per cent
per annum on eight thousand
dollars. In twonly years tho city will
I...... ....I.I ..... e-tn nnn ,.. .
iinru jiuiu iiui y iiiiw ill lliu wJ Ol ruuio,
and have nothing to show for tho oxpcn
(Hlure. Now this num, Judiciously ex
pended, will pay for tho erection of a
building that will admirably nerve all
tho wants of tho city, ns a corporation
It will provldonnd furnish n clerk's office,
Treasurer's office, Marshal's ofllce, P6116e
Magistrate's olllco nutl a council
chamber; and nil addltloualsutu of S10,0o0
will provldo a public hall, of Bulllclont
dimensions to acceptably servo tho
wants of tho citizens for tho next ton
years. The hall might bo made a source
of Income that would pay a large return
upon Its cost; but tho uso tho public
would have for It, would amply Justify
In the unsightly and useless
pumps, that stand as an eyesore to eltl-
r.ons and as objects of ridicule to stran
ger.-', we havo.the moans, or a considera
ble portion of them, to provldo the
required biilldlug. Hell theso pumps,
their c istly boilers anil machinery, nnd
the money derived from their sale will
go far townrds providing the city with
Its town hall and olllces; nud towards
(topping the ceasless outgo on account of
What say the Incoming author llles?
Nlulrn CJooils. Ittroit-ri-rf,
Mr. II. L. Gibson, mi old resident of tho
neighboring villago of Columbus, had In
his employ a young man who coveted
his master's goods with ait Irresistible
Intensity. Hence, availing himself of
nn opportunity presented on Monday
evening, he entered tho master's domlcil
nud there laid his oovetuous hands upon
a gold watch and chain, worth about six
dollar", and a pair of pantaloons, In the
pockets of which wa n silver dollar.
Ho then repaired to tlio tables, saddled
and bridled n vnluabo mare, tho pro
perty of Mr. Gibson, and mounting- thu
animal, repaired to the rlvorr Intending
to uhlp himself nud stolen property fur
Cairo. Ilelng uiiablo to get the mare on
board tho steamer he was com
pelled to turn her loose. Next
mornl!)', bridled and raddled,
the made lier appearance at Mr. Glb-on's
gate, which circu instance taken in con
nection with the young man'i protracted
absence, caused Mr. G. to suspect that
something was wrong. A little Investi
gation disclosed hi los; and correctly
conjecturing that the thief had taken the
boat for Cairo, ho nvnl ed himself of tho
flr-t chance to follow him. Arriving in
Cairo .Mr. u- made known his loss to
ofllcer Arnold who nt once commenced a
search for tho thief and nronertv. Tho
alter he recovered, tho whole lot having
oeeu hohi io nie Keeper or one of our
leoond hand stores, for tho Hum of IS.
The thief, however, was nowhere to bo
found. Tho nroiierty was handed over
to Mr, Gibson, who returned home by
tho return packet.
St. .V.chblii, Hotel, March It,i70.
W M Culbertsou, New Albany, Ind; G
IS Frceulaiid, Marshall, Ark; Gus Hlne,
Cairo; John llutttr; 1J. C Mitssoy; Geo
Hoyt; Thos Sloo, city;
city; 011 Freenor, city;
S A Couners.
J Gay ti or, Ft
MadUon, Iud;jriiosIllght, Ft Madison,
uu; m'rsowell,'L'lty; John Jtodgers,
city; Albert Cobb, city; Thos Meloy,
O Wills, city; LE Heynolds, Phlla., Pa;
J IUJdle, IJenton, 111; WA Hughs, N V;
.J Jordan, Wolf Island, 3Io; E It Jor-
Ian, do; I A Jordeu, do; A Johnston,
do; Jas. A Pate, do; S G Osborn, do;
a i-rauco; Win CLowery, llallard, Jlo;
O Itlchardson, Han Franclfcco, Cal; L
M Emery, Evansvllle, Ind; J1I Holt,
JIIss; J TJSowton; N JJ Holman, Cnsy-
vllle, KyjFMuson, do; It M House,
ilcuderson JCy;iD M Thomson nnd Lady
Virginia; E it Green and Lady do; W J
Ward .Metropolis, 111; J Nanhorn Ullen;
A Garrett Wife nnd Daughter; J J
Geburnc, Cairo, Ills; M L Gilbert, Cairo,
Ills; J JJoupster, Uallnrd Co. Ky; George
Wllvlll, Ky; It Jones, Mo; T Black, l)u
Quoin, Ills; Wm Wyton, Du Quoin, III;
Prentiss, Du Quoin ; III ; II lllackledge,
Mo; J McDonald, Mo; E q Holland, St.
Louis, Mo; W Mohead, Cincinnati, Ohio;
K itight, Mo; L T Eller, Columbus,
Ky; W McKnlght, Cincinnati, Ohio;
Messrs. Mllloraiid Miller have Just re
ceived an unusually .large, well assorted
nil strictly fashtoaablo supply of piece
,oqiIs. to which they ask peciai attbn-
Hon. .'1 he lot embraces tho llnest cloths
nn.tJ.jjasJmqrH eyer brought to Cairo, and.
ueu a variety oi sty ics uiiinui tastes may
bo accommodated. Suits or garments
from thesp goods are made to order In tho
best manner and latest style, and at
figures that will defy competition. For
proof of this they only ask to be put upon
trial. At all events call around nud sco
tho now goods. Jan25tf. .
Tho cpmmitteo appointed tp Inquire
Into tho qualification of tlio members
elect of the select council, reported, last
luhti Hint Daniel Arter, P. WHarolay
nd Herman Meyer possess all tho quali
fications required by the charter, and nrp
'. ' '-.I
oniuieu -io ueais us iiiemuera ui mm
THE MOA11D OF AMERMEM.
Cairo, 111., IVIi, IStli 1670.
Present, Aldermen Uranklo, Carroll,
Hulon, Hendricks, Kennedy, Lour, Lon
organ, McKce, Mondol 0.
Thoro being a quorum presont, tho
Clerk presented to the Hoard tho election
returns of tho lato election in referenco
to tho election of members of tlifs Hoard,
Upon an examination whereof it appears
that for Alderman of tho
1-aac Watilfr rrrelrod 128 roles
l.oo Klcb n-colvcJ- Ill "
tot utiiBMis xc0.-bvrini,
!t A Return icculved 4.1olei
J.J II)Tns received 57 rotei
Andrew l.olir rt-ctirrd.- IIS vote
Ik'iiry Winter - W Totei
roi jtirtnMis iniic wibd.
fotrlck Kitterald received - 1 votei
Cieo W Hrnilrieka recolred . 27 votes
JolmMcKwen received 31 vi.tci
Hcittterln; - S! votei
roR iinimtAS roi'Rtn vriio.
Jitrno Carroll rrcf itud., -..,. ... 117 ..l
ltolcrt Ilrlbli V7v.tf
Whereupon tho following resolution
was presented and read:
Cairo, February 20tli, H70.
Itesolycd, That n committeo to consist
of Win. Lonorgnn, Geo. W. Hendricks
nnd Joseph Dranklo ho nppolnted to In
quire Into the (nullifications of tho tier-
nous elected to 1111 tho ofllccs of Aider-
men at the lato municipal election.
On motion of Alderman Uranklo the
resolution was amended by striking out
tho words "a committeo consisting of
Win, Lonorgan, Goo. W. Hendricks nnd
Joseph Uranklo bo appointed" and In
fccrtlng tho words "Tho Choir appoint a
Tho question then being upon tho
adoption of tho resolution as amended,
was seconded, put nnd carried.
The Chair then nppolnted ns such com
mit tee Aldermen Lonorgan, Urankle nnd
Alderman Lonergnn then moved Hint
L. P. JJutlor, City Attorney, bo appointed
n member of said committee. Carried.
Adjourned. John Uitow.v,
Ailjotimod Mectl nj of Die Select Colinell.
f - r , it
' Uilr, III.., MirchSd.lfTO.
Prpsent his honor the Mayor, and
Councllmen Jorgonsou, Martin, Ilearden
The Chalrstntcd the object of the meet
ing was to contilder tho report of the
ojmtnlttee appointed to Inquire into the
qualifications of tho inemlKrs elect to
thu Select Council and Mich other busi
ness as might properly como before tho
Hoard, whereupon tho following report
was presented nud rend:
To the IMi Mjjt r o-i I MfinUrs of Ihe Select Cuo-
cil or lit C 1 i f Vt,
Your committee to whom was roforrfd
the matter of tho qualifications of mem
bers recently elected to this body, would
respectfully report that they have Inves
tigated eacu lntnviuuai case, ami are ful
ly BaiHiien Hint uaniel Arter, Herman
ieyeraiiii i'. w. iiureiay are severally
pos-tessed of all tho qunllllcatlons requir
ed by the charter, and ihmild bo admit.
ted to tako their seats in this body upon
muir riuu'crioiut: n o oatit rerimrnii in
nucn cases. u. u. w ll.MAMSo.V.
Jas. H. Pkakdk.v,
On motion of Councilman Jorcenscn,
the report was received nnd adopted, nnd
the Committeo discharged.
Jtesolved. by tho Select Oiun.-Il. tin.
Hoard of Aldermen concurring thn( tim
City Clerk bo authorized to procure
more central nnd convenient ofllccs and
Council chamber for the uso of tho city
nt tho earliest noudblo ocrlod: tlm
ofllccs nnd council chnmbor so selected
to be proposed to tho Cltv Council nt n
stipulated rato of rent per year, and to bo
approved by tho City Council, before
any removal shall tako plnco.
An ordinance (upon its second readlnc)
amqudlDg section No. 2 of tho revised
ordinances was on motion ndonted ns
read by tho following voto viz,
Ayes Jorconson. Martin. Renrdon.
ami Williamson 1.
Anordiuance (upon itssccoud rending)
In relntlou to certain city ofllccrs etc.,
was on motion nmouded by tho striking
out tho words "llfteen" nnd Inserting tho
words "twenty-five" nnd by striking out
the words "City Clerk's olllco" referring
to tho hend quarters of tho police and
Inserting tho words "Council Chamber."
A motion wns then inndo to adopt tho
ordinance ns nmeuded, which motion
wns seconded put mid carried by tho
following voto viz.
Ayes Jorirensou. Martin, nnd Will.
Nays ltcarden 1.
On motion adjourned.
John Uitow.v, City Clerk.
t'oiiarfnrmlilp Wot Ire.
Mr. Edwin II. Fall Is Is admitted us my
partner lu the Insurance, business, to.dutu
from tho'llrstday Febua'ry 1870.
The business of the firm will bo con
ducted as heretofore under tho narno of
J. H. Ileardon Co.
Cairo III., Feb'. th 1870. mlOt
The completest stoch of gentlemen's
furnishing goods lu tho city , Is to bo
found ut Miller nnd Miller's. It would
bo n remarkable want, indeed, In this
lino that they cannot satisfactorily supply
nt tliq very .lowest figures ruliug in the
Ten men ure wanted to work in tim
ber. Apply, for llfteen days to M. D.
Guuter,Gooso Island. mKUdltw
Youths' hoys ano cniriDiiN's ci.otii-
Ingatloss than New York, prices, will
be sold this month, xt I'J'efPfl ragardloss o(
Messrs, Colter nnd Clydo havo con
tracted with Mows. Uabor and Adams,
of this city, for tho construction of n
largo and powerful towboat. Mr. J. T.
Itcnnlo will furnish tho Iron work, and
tho Job will bo entirely tho work of Cairo
Tho cxcollont timber that grows in
great abundance within n fow miles of
Cairo, tlio largo saw mills at hand, nnd
tho deep water washing our wharves
glvo Cairo peculiar advantages in tho
lino of boat building. Thcso facilit
ies nud tho presenco of foundries and
machine shops, sheet-Iron and
copper-smiths, painters nnd boller
makers, supply us with tho
mcnnB to build nnd equip steamboats
wit great dispatch and on ns rcasonnhlo
terms as can bo secured clsewuero, in tho
Uesldes n very complete stock of tin
ware, C. W. Henderson, 100 commercial
Avenue, presents to tho trado a splendid
variety of cooking stoves, nmong others
tho "Pomona," the "Veteran," tho
"Oak," nnd tho "Stntes" tho lntter n
coal Htovo. These, and any other
mako desired, will bo sold ntn small ad
vance on manufacturers' prices.
It astounds everybody that n colorless,
cloudless fluid, Iiko Hprlng water, should
revlvo tho original tint, in tho whlto
gray or grizzled hair. Yet so It Is. Phnl
oil's Vitalln or Salvation for the JTalr Is
Just such n fluid, ns limpid and ns stnln
les?, yot it far excels every other dye
or coloring liquid ever known, in im
parting rich shades of color to groy hair.
Wo have recently added to our already
flno supply of Job type sixty-four fonts of
the very latest letters and borders, most
of which arc very neat nnd beautiful.
Our niortment of card, bill-head and
programme typo Is very extensive, and
are now being employed In the execution
of tho finest job-worl: ever turned out in
Tho new supply of sllkhats Just receiv
ed by Miller nnd Miller Is worthy of
unsocial attention of gentlemen who wish
to purchnso anything in that lino that Is
Mtlctly fashionable and of first-class
manufacture. The supply embraces nil
fdzes; nnd ns to price nnd quality fntls-
xaciiou is guaranteed. iuo5ir
108 do.k.s late stylo Hats, and otliRrs,
at cost, for this month only, at Peter
iNofPs, No. 70, Ohio Leveo.
, Call and examine the stock ami prices
before you mako your nurchases. nud
don't forget your pocketbooks. tf
Cl.OSIN( OUT TlIK KNTIKK STOCK OK
leady made clothing, ftirnlshlnir gootN,
boots, shoew, hats, cap", trunks and vnll-i-us
at P. NelPs, No. 70, Ohio Levee, ut
actual cost, for cash only.
Tho St. Nicholas JUUiard Hall is one
of tho largest and best furnished lu the
country. It Is tho resort ot both citiznns
nud strangers who indulge billiard play
Mothers ns you lovo your offspring,
don't fall to uso Mrs. Whitcomh's Syrup,
for soothing children. Usad tho ndver
tlsement In nnothcr column.
Norman's Chalybeate Cough Syrup Is
n remarkably pleasant and eli'octual
remedy for bronchitis, sore throat etc.
Bold by S. J, JIumm. fcb2Slw
us i i n.m in ii hi
The Aurora oil Is the cheapest, safest
uud cleanest burning fluid in use. It
may be had at 02, ohlo leveo.
Tho Continental Is the only cook stove
with sliding oven doors. Warranted in
nil respects. Pitcher & Henry, nt 102
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
Public Speakers nnd Singer will find
Normnn's Chnlybeat Cough Syrup Invnl
liable. Sold by K. J. Iliiiiitn.
Everybody ues Wizard Oil, nnd
llarclay Uro'd. sell it cheap for cash.
Putroulzo homo Institutions. Buy from
Tho Aurorn oil will glvo a clear and
brilliant llirht. and Is entirely non-ex
Flowering tulips, hyacinths and poly
anthus narcissus for sale at P. O.Scliuli's
Tho celebrated Aurora oil can bo had
at No. 02 Ohio Loveo. Jan21 -lm
ISSOLUTION OK COPAltTNEU
SHIP. The ro-iiartnerslur herotufor,' exHluii l (ween C
fl. Ycsrger and F, H, Murray, under tho linn iiaino of
C. X. Yearirer A Co.. was. nn tho let iluv of Fid ru.irv
last, dissolved bv mutual rmisent, Thmlt bls iu thu
firm mint he paid to I', H. Murray, why routin tlu
buuks, and will continuo tho biisiiiexs in his own
name, C. rl. YIHKUKH,
March '.'ml, IsTO i!3t
A first class business man as Agent for n New York
Htnlo Ufa Insurance iVmpuiiy, - ' ' '
Tho right nun can obtain lit-iv ; paying and a life
For further mfuniintioii upply to the IMltor of this
paper, , , u(iict
To all whom it may concern
Caught in (he Mississippi river oppotdle llelmoiit
Mo., ThoHmIus -Cotton, Unless same la called for,
property roeu aaddauiauda paid withlu tliiity djjn
the same w ill he sold for account of charges. For parr
titulars address Frank M, Hundley, . C. It. It, Wbuf.
boat. Culm, lib I-VIi8.1im.I-
l?01t SALE OR ItKNT.
One too.storv IIUH'K JIOII.:i" with store. ruoin
nud duelling attached, ccuaistuig of eight ronuu,
yond cistern, oto. Also for sale, oilu COTrAOK, on:
'Pnnlli fttf..t- (if t1.,, rniitiia .ml nlai. .n .In Vim
further Information, iiiiiur it tn tjCoininurclali
aiemic. ' , fehOdtf
Htnto of Illinois, Ale xandcr roiinlr, as. in hs
Circuit Court of Alexander county, Illinois.
April Term, 1B70.
Ilcnjnmln St. Jlunn vs O Von Knmmcll. As-
iimrilii Attaclimcht, demand Stw W.
Nfitli.n UllfreliV rttf,n In
iki) i nrreny civcn xo y
oil the mid Q.' Von
u,..i.. n ,ii,iNt,uvu) .iiciciiim-fifc iai lA'PII HTU.'U .
out or the u.llon of thnCleikof the Aioxiindol'Oir.l
ettlt Court nt thfi suit of tho mid llcnjamln M.
Mtinn.nnd ntnlnut tho -tnto of yon tho ald Q. Vou
lluinrnell for tho mm of five hundred dollar, no
Hides interest, directed to tho Hlieilirof said coun--ty
to execute, fhlch nld writ hum been rcltirnod
hy Mid fchcritrexectited on Lot ten (10) In Ulock
1 cnty-f fiven (27) In First Addition to the city of
Cairo, Alexander oo'inly, Illinois, nt tho property
of said defendant. N unless you.the said q Von
niltmopll, defendnt all personally bo nnd ap
pear before tho circuit court of KftJd county on the
first day of iho next term thereof, io bo holden In
tho city of f.'alri. in said counly.on Iho flint Mon
day in tho Month of April next, rIva special hall
nnd plead to said action, lildgmcnt will ho enter
ed against you In favor of said nlnlntitl and Iho
property attached sold to satisfy tho samo with
costs. JOHN U. JIA11MAN, Clerk.
Cairo. 111.. February loth. 1870.
Mining l'opo, l'laintlll' Attorneys.
To Jatne Mltchel, tho heirs of George Buingard,
nnd all others Interested. ,
You am hereby notified thst ntn salaof land and
town lots for tho 8tal, county mid other taxes,:
for tho )ar lb'J7, held at tho uourt honaolu thn
city of Cairo, county of Alexander and State of
Illtnol, on tho '.".'Hi and ,vth cnysof July, 1SM4, 1
becamo thn purchaser of tho following detcrilxM
proporty, to-Mit. Intlionamo of James Mltchel,
till) N W of tho N K Of Boo Id in Town 13, Ksngo '1
West, to acres, for tho sum of tl CO, In tho namu
of Ueortie lluttiKard's heirs, lot No. 21 In lllook
No. in Iho city of Cairo, for tho sum ol 21 37,
and that tho luno of redemption Kill cxplroon
tli(i'."itli nnd 30th days of July, 1S70, nud If not re
ileomrd nt that tiiuu 1 slull apidy for n deed and
posstuiou of the ubovo ilesoriLl premlros.
N. IIUNSAOKKII, IMrchascr.
Cairo, February 2 (Ih, IS". feljiVlltiltw
Inhorchy Klvrn tlmt defnult lian'03 occurred In
the prfriiiAiico of thu conditions ejtprosied in a
certain forl?so orlVed ofTnist executed by
John (1 Krinn totaiiiui-l frta-its Taylor and Kdirln
l'arsnii", Trustees of iho Cairo City I'rojierty,
dated tho Twenty-third day ot January, A. u.
1M, rcconled In tho Het-order's ottlce, hi and
fur Alexander county, In thofatato of Illinois, m
Hook 1' of Heeds, po 1W, said mortises or deed
of trust conveying lot numbered (ixj Twelvo in
lllock numbered w (Ninety-two) In tho First Addl.
lion to Iho City Of C.ilro, la Mid county nnd Bute.
We, tho undersigned. -.'d Trustees, will ou
Wednesday, tliefccond Uayot iNrch, A. I). 1170,
nt luo'clock In tho forenoon of thutday, under
nnd by virltio of tho power of salo -ontalned In
nn I Moitgnj(c, sell, at I'ubllo Auction, to th high---t
bidder, fur cash, at the oMcti building sf said
TrtlstcTS, corner Wn-hlngion nvciut nnd llth
street, In raid city of Cairo, In Alexander county
nnd Stall of Illinois, said lot numbered Twelvo
(U) In hlook nuMtrcd VI (nlDvty.two) In tho
tlrstnddlUon to the ully of Cairo, according lo tho
plat thereof, with tho appurtenauceN to situfy Ike
purposes nod tondlllou of sa d uiortgace.
H.ttiMl. Cairo. Illinois, February Uth. le.0.
H. STAATS TAVl.Olt,
Trustees of tho Cairo City rroperty.
Is herebr clven that defnult lurinp oceiirrfil In
the performance of thn conditions expresseil ma
certain Mortgigo or Deed of Tiust executed by
l airi' K i.ifion io r.uiiiiei niaais iuyirr anil i-.uwin
l'arsons, Trustees of tho Cairn C!ty Property, dated
tho Third slay of DcovmbcrA. I). Itol, reouidcd In
tho Recorder's oflieo, in and for Atoxandrrcouu
ty.lnthe Mttlo of Illinois, in Hook 1 of Heed,v
pagoitf, slid inortjMKC or deed ot trust convoy' '
ing lot numbered Twenty-Hvi () Inhloohnum-U-red
Twmly-sevcn, (7j In the J-irst Addition to
the city of ( aim. lu said county anil Mala. V.
the linderslgue.'l, said Trilsteos, III on Wrdnes.
lay, thn feeoud day of Jlareti, A- 1. l7,all ,J
o'clooic In tho forenoon of that day, tinder and hy1' ' '
virtue of tin1 power of nala routaliied In said
inortesgp, sell, at siilnic nn- tion. t" tho highest
bidder lor cnili. at Iho ollien biiilduiL- nt .il.l
Trtiftees, corner tViHungton aienue and Itih ,
street. In said city of Cairo, in Alexander coorfiy 1
unit statu of Illinois, slid lot numbered IliV'"''
Taenty-tlvo, In M-n-h nur.jhernl Twenly.'oven "
n.l in iiiMiirsia'iiiiiion m iiie ruyor unlrnac- ' '
I'.rdins .. I lie worried , '..! thereof, with thn nil." '
I'ltrteii iihiiss to satisfy 1110 purposes nnd conii i
lii. li- if r.iriiinrtga:e.
H.itwl, CUiro, Illinois, lVhrnary 0th, 1870. -I T
V. KfAAlrt TAVIAJH. 11'
KliWIN I'AIODNH, i
Trustees of the Cairo City I'rojierty. ' jt
is inruny givMi mat mat default having occur-,
ret In tho performane of (ho condition x- r
pre.trd in n certain Mortgage, or K-nl of Trust,
t-xocutod by Charles l.nn.h.iCr to Kimui-I blaau
Taylor and tidwln l'nrsons, Trustees of thu Caln
City I'roperty, dated tho llurtirtli day of Nov.
finbcr, A. H. Ism. recorded In , HecoriUr's
otlleo, hi and for Alcrandcr couut). u Iho f-iato
of Illinois; In Hook K of Deeds, juga 4Cl Ac.,-
earn uixiKgu or ueeu oi irusi convoying lot
iuiiiiiit-u ii iviaj in uiucK iiuniDereu ii.J forty
M..nnl.. .I.M L'.M. ......
ismtn lllock numbered (17) Forty
First Addition to the city of Calroi
y nnd State. W'v, tho undcrslguod, .r
i, will on Wednesday, lh tiicuui ,
li, A. I. IS70, at II) o'clock In tha
prt.ji .1. it.v . i.fi
In said countyi
day of March
forenoon of that day under and hy vlrluo of tao
.un-i vuiiiuuini iuiiiii iiiorigago ,seuat
juiblieniKtioii.to tho lushest bldderftircash.nt the
uirlCK building of said Trustees, corner of Waib
Ingtou nvi-nuo nnd isth stm t! In said city of
Ouro, in Alexander county andHuitoof Illinois,
said lot numbered (tl) six in block itnmlicfcd (17)
ferty-soven in the rhst nd tition to tho city ot
Cairo, nccordlng lo tho reworded piat thereof,
with thnnjijiiirtrnanevs, to satisly Hie purposes-
nnd conditions of sitld mortcago.
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, February Olh, Wt.
H. HI'AATh TAVIAJK,
J.'HWJN FAitiONS. ...
Trustees of the Cairo City I'rope rly. ' V
'X Klveil Unit ttofult hvlng,eturreji I
rformsnco Of tho conditions expreiied '
AU-xnivler i iunty, m
mo btato of Illinois, in
lii-okl'i i j'eo.H, 1 .in
it, i.Mi.1 mortgage ordeed
f trust, i oimyin luis numbered ('vi Twenty
Sl.lTnenlvono) 'tl, tTenly.to) M, ('IVeatv.'
Hirer) si, Tenty-fouri', t-.xlv.limelTO. iSuV.
t-n.ji ,,, ioi-i.,iij-viivi ii, ji,m-k nun, oereij 19
(Filweii) in tbu till Addition to tho city of Cairo
III sai l county and t-tate, We. the underslgnes.
saei I rustces, win on ii cunosiiay dm Siond slay
of Marrh, A. I). l7d, nt lo o'clock in the fare,
nuon of that day, under nnd by virtue ef tie
power of salo contained In said mortgage, sell nt
publi'i nuetion lo iho highest bidder forcash.it
.iho otriee building of said Trustees, corner Wash,
ingnui avenue nnd Hlh streel, in nid eliy ot
said lots numbered (i) tnenty, tweulv.one.
iniruim iviiiiieri-uiiiy mii ri,ue of Illinois,
lour. (MM til
nty-two. twcnty-niree, (!l twtmy.
x y.nine. (,yj seyenly amtiTl) aevea.
ly.tiui', in block
fiinrlli addition Ii
lumnorixi iisi iifteen In tie
nrlli addition lo tlmeily of Cairo, according te
to satisfy the purposes and condition of sslJ
Hated, Cairo, Illinois, February 9lh, lne. ' '
H. bT.UTH TAYLOR,
Trustees, of Hie Calm City Property. ,
Is herehy glv-n Hint default having eccurrad
in the pcrfrmsneoof lliu cnnditidns expressed lu
iieeriain Moitgage, or Heed of Trust eteciiiva' by
IMwnrd II. WcMkly In h.imuel Htaala Tayltr and
JMhiii Fiirsous.Tiiisteesiif Hie Cairn Cily I'ro. "
lierty.ilnted IhoTaenty.nfiliday of January A. l. '
1 , and recorded In Ihe llecunler's nrllee, jn and'
for Ah'xnnderCoiinty, In the Htiite of llluiois, In
Hook I' of Heeds page 131, laid Mrlgugu or dead
Iifuust convoying lm numbered (&) twenty lv
u block number M (eighty one) in the flrst addli.
on to tho city of Cairo in said county and state
We, Iho uuder.'gned, said trustees, will on We,
ra'sdnv thoieeond day ol March A. 1. 179, at lu
p'clock In ihe forenoon of that day, under and by J
Tlrtiioofthepiwerofiinlis eontnined In said Mort. - -Ijage,
sell, atl'ulriio Auetli.n, lo Ihe highest bid
der, forciisb.'nl the tdliee building of 'fnni )
lees, corner of Vahuij'ou Avciue and Uth street,
lu :iicl city of Cairo, in Alexander county and
t-latenf Illinois, said lot numbered .(i1). )
Twenty live in block r umbered 81 (eighty v i
(.lie) In Iho llrst addition to Ilia sni.L oil.
pf flilro, according lo tha reeord6d plat theresf?'
IMtlltheappurtuiuiices. to satisfy tl,o imriwdB,, u m
and condiliunofsaid MnrlLM.f.,. ' '
t io ris onica mai uu reoi. iTitiiiiiniiiiriMn.T..
)itcd, C-lto, II)., February 'Jth. ISTO-ilbl
n. t i .l.v IV TA YI.Oll. -v
'Xnltufi)ii! o vjlLl'tscrnyj
Q.LOVEU & SOX,
(i'm ami I,
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anil l-epalrajilt tltfiW'of ,u ;
.iu.Hi.ocj? kkY. l'fr
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ork warranted and charges reasonable. ftSldlm
HI "Vfl n.v, ... li, 1 TIIS ,CX CCU tOlt
by Ju.epli H. Cleiivcr lo fumncl fla:ils Tiiylur and
lit IK I'arsons, Trustees of i ca o City Vro
perty, ilatml the Kleveiitli rt.-iyol St y.,lf. l.Ci"
un I r'' "rdod In tho Ileenrder surUi.e. insn.t r