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TUESDAY, JULY 14.1FT4.
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HiIlN II. OIIKIII.Y. Kdltor "d 1'nMI'hor
TKItMH DVTliKlJMl JIIIWiKTIN
One wopIi, by carrier $
One year by carrier, In aiVMico 10 00
One 7ear by rrrfcr If not pild In
(ilrinco, 'i2 00
Ono month, liyinatl 100
l liroo rnotilhii 3 00
riixrnoDUid. V
Ono you.,.. 10 00
TKMtS Of WKEKLV IIULLKTIN.
One Yc.u ?1 00
Six Montln "'
Thrro Month" fO
Inrftrlnhly In ndvimrc.
IIcimIIiik mutter mi ryvrf iHK.
1kmu.vh has Loon ro-iitpoiii(ff
julnnt penoral of tho '' "KB""
it a f,-ol nitu nidi n li.nl name.
If tlio Opposition in this congrei.
lonal dMrict will nominate Col. S. 5r.
Taylor lio will defeat Capt. Clement
Ly a very hniulfoino m.ijority.
Wn have received ceveral eoiuniuii
i atiiji.-oaying, in ciFact : "You hit tho
f...il uit Iho lioatl wlicn you Hujrgcsted
ll Taylor lor cougro. He in tlu
n.au."
Ii it tlio inul: ot books with a
nnral," faya the St. Louia 'Globe,'
' that tho moral losson in thrust into
the unhappy reader' faue at every sen
ti tin with ti pitchfork."
' Tiikv" tire after an opera house in
: t. Louis. They will get one, if they
inn induce a Chicago man to build it ,
and they will support it, if they ean
obtain Chicago people to patronize it.
A Woiinv iniiiundcrataiidiug oxiat
between Alexander 11. Stopbens und
Robert Toombs. Mr. Stephens it of
the opiuion that Mr. Toombs in n liar ;
aud Mr. Tooinln declare that Mr.
Stephens is "another.''
A Tennexsico ninnul'aeturer niiuicd
raitlkner, in a I'ourth of July onition,
iittributcil much southern distroM to
Houthern lazincafttiml prido.Mr. Faulk
tier. when ho fired that bullet, hit tho
i.inrk in the center.
Tin: Memphis. 'Avalnneho' fnys
there ih :i deep-rooted prujudieo in
Massachusetts against vending tiigniic
to congresf. 11' tbero weru such u pre
judice in this district, would Mr. C'lo
ments bo roturnod to the houio of rep
resentatives? Ji' Judge A. M. JJrown will not bo
n candidate for congress, tho Mound
City '.lournal' wished him to bo a can
didate for tho honato in the TiTty-Orst
district. Tho 'Journal' boliovn Ilrowu
could beat Ferrill by a haudsomo ma
jority. Mit. Uktiiiwi: Pimio.v and Minn
Alice M. l'isoly, wcro married at the
rendonco of Mr. Thomati M. Logan, of
Murphysboro, ou Wednesday eveuing
lant,nt 8 o'idonk. Mr. IVmUou in tho
editor of tho Murphysboro 'Independ
ent'. Wo wish him and his wife much
happiness in tho married relation.
Hi:v. J. II. Oauhkxt, u Methodist
preacher located at Mound City, has
tho writing itch. It is probable ho
will never recover. Turnoy never had
nil attack of the dUoaso that was more
virulent than the ono now ntllioting
tlarftt. But Turnoy had more brains
than Garrett lias, and ho nurrived.
Wo fear Uarrclt will noror ruvover.
CiAitnKi.il has beeu caught also.
Ho ha done a little at the business of
robbing tho public treasury. His pri
vate i-oeretary, n nephew of his, was,
by hiH iufluonee, put upon the roll of
employes of the house of congress, ami
drew n salary without wasting any of
tlio Hwrat ofhis face iu tho servico of
tin' government.
CjI.skuai. ISuunkiiif. visited Knox
villo, Tcunesseo, on tho imitation ot
tho Typographical Union of that city,
nnd on tho Fourth of July nddrosod
n largo condourco of people. Tho gen
eral is not a gnat talker, and probably
disappointed his ho&rors, but he was
hospitably roceived and entertained in
tlio most cordial mnnor.
AKTi.it the maunerof tho great poet,
Walt Whitman, the Albany (N Y.)
Artjus thus treats of tho licoehor-
Tilton conundrum ;
Jlltiuluyi ot turn boo lemont I
Orel cniw-tl.U ot iho soolul scsj sod
kcorjotnl likhwliu.
Odium thtoloulcutn, Mid go tnd como
kgkln,
Wlihli If to be, or not, It ivhy cr which
Hur oolD Him by wuut wn thluu wd
SCO,
And nuthliy; nn u nil.
IF lul. Jaylor wcro a member of
cougrcw from this district, ho would
reflect lwnor jupou his constitutnts,
unu wcuia have an influence that
would icsult iu the udvantage of this
part of Illiuois, ft,l iU(fcd of tho en.
tiro Mississippi valWy. JJ0 j3 a gtiuic.
man, who not only btows what is
wanted here, but also ki,ou how to
got what is wanted.
Tho Mound City Uournal' fuvoutlio
nomination of lion. W. 11. Casey for
congress by the Oppojition party "in
tliii district. Weagtco with the 'Jour
nal in ull tho words of hearty p'raiso it
Ims spokou of Mr. Casey, Rud will givu
him n zealous support. Ho was our
original candidate, but wo hnvn been
Informed by somo that ho preferred to
return to Springfield. And wo boliovc
that is what is monnt by naming him
for congress.
Tim newspapers aro disposing of
Senator Schurz. One says he intends
to make a contest for re-election, an
other that ho will remove to Now York
and odlt n German newspaper thro, nn
other that after his senatorial Mors
nre finished ho will rest in Jtton, nnd
so on. When tho rUmnguiidiod sen
utor troto to Hibernian firo com
p.mv f city tlccliniug to address
it on tho Fourth o July, hp Usud toino
language which throws light upon this
dark ttubjoct, but Mr. Mcllalc, tho
prcfident of tho company, reluncs to
nllow any person to read the letter or to
divulgo its contents. 11 o mys Carl and
ho arc from tho game counlrv tho
county of Mnyo and he will not be
tray his friend's confidence.
yiri;-l'i:siiKNT U'ilso.v has been
getting well for the Jnst two years, but
had been too ill to preside in tho sen
ate. Ilo commenced with just strength
enough to draw his pay regularly aud
ttrite lottorrf in behalf of the republi
ean p'arty, und is now Letter than ho
has been at any time sinco his inau
guration. His appetite is good, nnd
his interest in tho human race in tho
down-trodilon of every clime, anil in
tho starry flag, has not diminished in
any 'pcrcojitihlo degree. He i also
liinkfng'flfio progios on Jiisgrcut book :
"Tho History of Humm Slavery," and
is only just too weak to perform tho
dutios ho was oloeted to perform
After lie has fininhod his book, etc., ho
thinks ho will be able to preside in the
sen'iite n fow hours each day. llu there
fore denies that thcro is any truth in
tho niuior thut-ho intends to resign.
Don't Foiuii.t JIim. Our people
have become very much impressed with
thu necessity of enforcing tho Inw ; but
wo nte inclined to tho belief they nie
indulging ina httlo spurt of enthusi
asm. They will forget thoir xcal in u
littlo while; and if Gupton is cleared
and lutuins to Cairn, may receive him
with open arms ntid nntrouizo him
in business ! Wliy not-.' u,u i,,
forgotten that when I'nrk-, the keeper
of tho Littlo Jventuckian don, and a
companion ofhis, raped twopirls, ono
eleven and tho other thirteon years
ot ago ignorant, unsophisticated
country girls that our peo
ple woio very indignant and talked
about lynch Jaw ? And nro they awaro
of the fact, that J'nrts is out on bail
bailed by a business man of this city,
and that tho popular indignation has
cooled off? Wo havo no doubt, Mr.
Parks, when ho geta out of his littlo
difficulty, will re-opca business in tho
city, nnd havo liiutiy n hearty laugh
over the little incident that got him
into temporary trouble.
Tin; Mound City 'Journal suggests
Judge Itross, Judgo Crawford and
Judge llrown as available candidates
for congress on tho Opposition tickot,'
and says. "You pays your money and
takes your choice." Judgo Crawford
declines, percmtorily, wo aro informed,
to becomo ii candidate. Judgo llrown's
intentions we do not know. Tho fol
lowing complimentary words aro used
in mentioning, Judge liross ;
.Hldi;o llroef, of Uulro, hai ull thu ijiul.
mentions rcnnlto In n csndtdatu, unit
proUbly lust nf iiVHllihility m m largur
ner'"' uimi ny iimr nmn iniitioriiJ
Itii pulitiual Vioua Imvo nlwiiyii Iidku T.od
duruti', roiiibvlui; him lur Iruin iiitrome-
lulu, unit milking linn oiidurstilo to tlio
party oppotitu Win unu to wtiich lio bo-
i.inod, ovon in tiin-). of hot political ox-
cituinatit. Ha list tho lullust reipuct nnd
conlldonco of nil with whom tin U nc-
luuititod, pnd In point of Intfillpclunl ml.
tber will conipnrn JuvomMy with nuy
man thn iidnnnirtrnti n party run nctntn
nto, llu probnbly linn inoro wnnn nor-
siuiM irinmu, who woula zealously mliy to
hi) support In thn rumpniii, than nuy
other intri, iukI ovory piirt of hit rscord,
in privntn m w!I h public lif, u fron
from llomiih nnd mmcmilnblo. AVo fiiil
toieowUiiroiiini.ro conornlly neeopUM-i
omtronsr enndidttto tUan Judys Jlrosi
would uiako can ho found.
It may be posiblo that Judge l!rss
would iiocojit a nomination lor con
gress, but we do not bcliovo ho would.
If ho should be a candidate ho knows
ho can ceunt upon tho support of Tin:
Hri.LKTiN ; but wo think ho believes
with us that Col. Taylor is tho only
candidate whoso nomination is equiva
lent to 6I1CC0SS,
o have received muny words of
commendation ou our position in rola
iion to moo law aim tlio uuty ot our
citizens. A fow verbal assaults wo havo
also endured. Ouo lady writing to
Tin: HfLLtTiNsays : "I thank you und
honor you for your outspoken words
icgurding tho mob, as 1 boliovo do nil
law-abiding, peaeo-abiding citizens."
Another lady is not so complimentary.
Angry, because w had the temerity to
hint that Christians and temperance
pooplo aro a little apathetic, sho says
wo are not of the samo mmd twenty
lour consecutive hour , that tho nmyr
nnd polico officers aro sprinkled with
Ksohbacli'a blood ; that sellers of bcor
and whisky tiro till murderous rascals ,
that the fiuing of a saloon-kccpor who
has assaulted ono of his customers Is n
farce, aud that ho ought to be tarred nnd
feathered j that when we were n candi
date lor mayor, wo promised tho Good
'lomplnrs to enforco tho Sunday laws,
and thatwhon wo wcro mayor a com
mittee of Good Tomplers asked us to
stop liquor selling on Sunday, nnd wo
told tho committee wo would have
nothing to do with the matter; that all
juries nro bribed, find tho man who
ha '''0 most money gets the verdict,
etc. This was writton to us because
tho lady npproved our courso in refer
ence to tho Gupton-Hschbach nlhiir,
anil wished to encourage us to perto
verc. LOTTMUY A 1 VKHTISEM ILS'TS.
The legislature at lis lnut sosslon pro
hibitcd, under penalty, nny newspaper
iu the sta.'e from publishing n lottery
advertisement, nnd any person from
kuowicgly circulating u paper contain
ing such nn advertisement. Tho
Mouid City Journal refers to this fact,
ant claims that it gives to papers out
o.' tho state an ridvniitngo denied to
Illinois papers that uuws-doAlers, if
they shut their eyes to tho contents of
tho papers they circulate, uro not liable
under the law, bocausc then they do
not "knowingly" circulate such papers.
Tho Journal is mistaken. A news
agent cannot ciiculato such papers with
out reudcritig himself liable to fine.
Ho must know, us a publisher must
know, that the columns ol tho papers
ho circulates contain no unlawful mat
tor, nnd he cannot say in defense : "I
did not know what the paper contained
I did not look at its contents; 1 did not
look because I was fearful I might dis
cover unlawful matter in it." Such n
doieiiBC would not do. I f it is good, a
uews ngent might circulate in tho com
munity till kinds of lahciviou; books and
papers, being careful to not look at
the content, and oscapo tho ponalties
of the law by saying; "I did not know
the contents of thu books or papers."
The agent-, do all know that certain
foreign papers contain lottery udvertis
monts, and they are as much prohibited
from circulating such paper in Illinois
as Illinois publisheiti are from publish
ing such advertisements in tho columns
of their papers.
A WOMAN FOOLS T H K DEVIL.
If you want to know how tho nat
ural iiiigw vk built across tho Myn
ach river iu Wales, this is tho true
story:
Ouco upon a time nn old woman had
a cow, that fed on tho Crown Toider
mountain, and caiuu homo night nnd
morning to bo milked. Ono evonjng
she did not conic, nnd tho old lady,
much troubled, went to fetch her.
When who came to where tho Mynach
flows between two high rocks, sho eaw
tho cow on the other side.
Then she set up a loud lamentation,
for shu saw tho cow could not como to
her, and sho could not go to tho cow,
for tho river could not bo crossod, nnd
it was n day's journoy to go around.
In this straight tho dovil appeared.
"So so! you'vo lost your cow, old lady,
have you? Never mmd, I'll build you
n bridgn, and you shall go fetch hor."
"Thankco kindly, sir; I'll be much
obliged to you if you will," and shu
cuitsicd low aud with much humility.
"To be suro 1 will ;" and ho cast a
look at her out of tho corner of his eyo.
"Hut the cow is worth something I
must have toll; keep that dog quiet
can't you?1' for tho old woman had a
cur dog that kept on growling and
grumbling.
"Harkee. old lady if I build you
tho bridge, I'll havo the first that
erossos it. Is it n bargain
Sho was solely troubled. If sho
went over lor tho cow, she had sold
hersclt to the devil; nnd if tho cow
came to her, sho lost hor cow.
"Uridgo Or no bridgo!" said tho
devil.
"l'uild the bridgo, sir, if you plca;o."
"Ay, ay, said tbo devil, "it s very
easy to say build the bridge, but do
you ngreo to tho tolly"
"Yes j sure, sir," replied tho woman.
With that tho devil put both his
forofinyers to his mouth, and gave a
shrill whistle ; and there was the
bridge t-uro enough, and tho dovil sit
ting ou tho middle of it, rocking to
and fro, smiling away like clock-work
and switching his tail with great satis
faction. The old woman shook like an tt.-pen
leaf, but she took a crust of bread fiom
her pocket, and showiug it to the dog,
throw it over tho bridgo and past the
devil whero ho sat in tho middle.
"Whip that dog," said tho devil;
for he was cut to tho quick at being
outwitted by the old woman, but ho
did not want the dog, and ho did not
try to stop him, mid tho bridgo was
crossed, and tho spell broken. Ho woe
mortified and angry, but, being a gen
tleman, he aroso and dofTed his hat to
tho old lady for tho keen respect tho
keen -and having done so, ho hung
his tail, much humbled, uud walked
owuy.
And tho old chtonielcr who records
this fact comments thus on tho inci
dent "It muit bo acknowledged that
Satan behaved very honorably and
kept his word which is inoro thau
men always do."
T 1 1 1 S 1 ) K A .1) IN J A I A N .
Japio C jrrcpondi nee of the lloiton (ilohc.j
There is nothing that better defines
the character of uu'y race than their re
ligious ideas aud customs. Them aro
two religion.-, to to term thorn, provail
ing in Jupan, and of very widely dif
Coring doctriucs and ciijitonis Tho na
tional roligion is callod the "Shiutoo,"
but "Buddhism" is oven moro tho pre
vailing boliof. The Shitiloofi, for ex
ample, of whom tho Mikado was tho
spiritual head a sort ofl'otc bury
their dead iu largo jars.and in a sitting
posture. Tho Uuddhist hum their
dead. Tho first woiship no images or
idols; but the last have hiho imagos,
which thoy devoutly lceieneo. Iu
ono respect, hovocr, tltef H a curious
lesoniblnncc, for the Shiut'os, ii they
omit idols, liinko up for ths, in part,
by enormous foxes of stoio placed nt
tho entranco to their temp! f, this nn
iimil having somo sacred I'hnruclor in
their worship. A lludihist funeral
nnd burial is solemn, i uprcssivo utnl
full of tondomess, in sp'u ot" its supjr
stitions feature. Whitohcio lakes tho
placo of our black, n n nouriiinj-Kyni-bol.
In the center of n HuddhUt
cemotery thcro is r eoluiirior pedestal,
und, when u burial is to "four, this up
ports vessels of burning inceni-o. nnd a
profusion of flowers iu ilcgatitly fash
ioned caskets. ' Inceiircis also burned
nrovuuLtht sides of the cemetery.
The fuiicral cortego Is preceded by
men carrying white ting, nnd others
carrying boqucts of llowcrs, fruits,
cakes and delicate conlcotioiif. Tho
men are till dressed in white. Next
comes the priest and n great chair be
hind him, heavily c nod. Over him
an atteiident holds a largo canopy like
nn umbrella. Then follows n proces
sion of men in white, from ten to
thirty in number, each having hold of
. . . ... t . .i i
a wiuto elotli rcaeiung in mo uior.
After this lire tho pall-boarors, the
corp3o and the mourners. hen the
pall-bcarore have placed tho bier near
tho pedestal Mentioned noove, the
priest seats him-elf in the carved chair,
nnd performs the burial service, the
sentences being divided by tho tinkle
of n small bell, struck nt proper inter
vals by an atteiident lad. Finally the
prit-t puts incense into tho burning
censor, throws a bundlo of rico-straw
upon the bier, and his part of the ser
vice is at an end. Tho.o who attend
the funeral i.o through with similar
ceremonies, ending bysprinkling water
upon the bier, and then tho priest re
tires. Jho men bearing tlio flowers,
fruit', etc., mid tho iiwtirucrs, now fol
low tho body to the burning lot, which
is a square itud'jj-urc leiiccd with stono.
The body is iu a sort f barrel, and af
ter filling it with combustibles each
member applies a lighted torch, and
thu co ii i-ii mi n procci- is. thtn begun.
The lurther burning i- watched by one
woman only.
The next day the teeth and hones ol
tho dceeo'ii d are buinol. The gravel
aro constantly supplied with water and
rice, and adorned with blooming How
ers evidently liom tho belief that
worldly appetites and timtos nro still
lelt by tho.-e who have died iu tho tle.h
Savu the difference iu the icligious cer
emonies, u Huildliifct funeral is curtain
ly ns solemn, affecting and impressive
' I Itur
JflllUH.
Tho Vinceniies 'Times' says that tho
alTuirs and nceommodatiuiis ol tho C. V
V. railroad have greitly improved
since Major Morrill has held tho re
ceivership. Every body iuows Unit. It
is only n natural sequence Grayville
Independent.
A rattle-snako four feet long, and
having twclvo rattles and a button, was
killed undor tho Tucker iiousu kitchen,
iu Stonofort, last Sunday. On being
dissected it was discovered to contain
two full grown ratt Ilarrisburg
Chionicle.
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IN'l'i;i:i'l' iiitlil mi ilcno-lu nl I lit- i..tr
Ol M lu-r t-eut. iii-r milium. .M:iii'h Ut inn)
ficptcnihcr ll. Interest not wlllnlrawn 1-
aiiueil imiiii'iii.-iiciy to the prliii'lp.d nl Iho
ileim.lt-, tlierth) nlvlnj tUi-m compound
IIUUIOM.
MAKUIKI) WOMK.'J AND I'UII.MtK MAY
IIHrOSIT MOfJKV AffK No OSK KI.il-.
CA.S llltAW IT.
Ojmi every ImMiic--. day fiom ti n. m. . :
P. in., mid s itii..l:iy ev. nlns lor mimiiks de-po-lts
only, li'imi il ts u'elorl;.
W. llsl.OI'.Tre:inin r.
miiT sroiii;u
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOliKSALK latOUKJl,
COMMISSION MKRCIIAN'I
And Doulcr In
BOAT STORES!
No. 7 Ohio l.ctci', t'AIKO, II.I.S
J5l"spne.il iilh'iitlou fjlvon to cnnMuii.
incuts ami lillm.' orders. ll-'i tf
SAM WILSON,
ii:m i. ii in
BOAT STOHES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
2VTO. HO OliJo Xiovoo
CAIRO ILLS.
IOE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT &. SON
W ii; -il' ill It-till l)'i:ilurs In
l'UUH LAKH 10K,
Cslro, llllnot, nd Columbus, Kontucky.
Cairo nlllic nl lliilen A, WlUon'., cniiiei
Tvu'lllli hticct mid Ohio Icvcu,
Wo will run mi leu wiujon throughout the
e.tMiii, delivering tone UUo ien In nuy pitt
tl tint ell" nl th luwft iintrkel piltv, nnd
nlll also liirnMi our lileli'ls ontxule the city
uilli lex (IV thu eiiKe ol eai lund, puvheil ill
WW tt tl t-1 . lor slllpliiflil liun iliitiuii'c.
... Si fi.'JU-tt
in I iiiiiiim
W110LESALE
ill
1 A-XjjIEoS.
BiiRGIitAV BROTHERS
Jobbers ai tl Retailers or
PURE DRUGS,
Clii'iiiicitl, I'alciit Medicines, 1 rfttiuerv, Smjis. lit'iislu-,
Toilet t Artii'U'.s, Drajruisfs l'.tncv (itnuN, Collier Wind
Lead and Otlicr Crudes, Taints, ' Colotv, Oils, Yarnislir .
Window Class, Wax Flwer Mrderial, Ti lie Colors, )w
Stull's, l-Hc, Ktc, V.U,
We Hull. It rnrrepoinleiii'0 nnd onlpm from Uruintl'tK. I'liyM.'inrm hiiiI (li ner 0 Mnr.
in wnulof lio'idnlli our I.ln. Hleitluhoiit. Pl'iliUtthm nnd 1'iitiilly .Mulleiuu .i.r. hi'
l-lii'il n r lb illled with llellnlil. I riit.'(i ;il lica-oimlile It iii-.-
WHOLBSAI.B & ltKTAll., IIKTA1I. S: ntK.'CUIITION
"I Ohio I.imcc. W.tsliliiKtnii Ate ror. Clirnlli SI
G .A. I O .
T. J. KERTH,
"UUl'-0l ti
BEERWART, OR.TH &. CO.,
II. . tier in
STOVES,
Hollow Wuro Ac
.M.imil.ictiiii r .iinl ,lohin I- nl
ti.v,siii:i:t iitoNnu.i coi'i'nmv.viti:
Poini. Ilinl Cftire.. I. t ie on 'r..i:.r
V .iter ( null r-. Win Clnili d.r Wd
low '.ri'i.ii,.l,iiatii i W.ire.
IU.-., Kte.
TIN ROOFING
(jsilloriii!; ami Job Worl.
. MA MM A SI'Kl'IALITV.
A "" lit lor the
Garry Iron Roofing Co.,
The Lot Imii Knol'niK In the Miirkrt.
Oidnr (rnni AI.ro.nl Will It. c. i'. Pionil
Attontiiin.
Hoik .lour lth lijp!ii.ii iin.i ,i,n,
te l to glvo batlitt.ii'tmn.
li.lll.tf.
nrtr iwMiw.ijwfTieiMMraw
i.t ini:u
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
l i.ai i:ii .;i;(
L U M B E R
(IP Al.l. KINII-i, IIAItli AN II fllll'T,
ICeip iiii-l,ilillyonli.ii.
FLOORING SIDING,
Al."(). I.ATII,
Mill ami Yard, i (,n""ll!5.,thI 'Strtut
' J ami Ohio Levcc
WALL Sl ENT,
M:iiHir.n:tiiri r and Diinlerfiln
GREEN AND SEASONED
UMBER Art!) JjATHi
CAIRO, ILLS.
I'OPI.AK.OAK, (JV I'll U.S. ASH, (HIM
AM) COTTONWOOD. bljll-l-'AUKIJ
LU.MllKIt.
;j HICSSKl) l'INK, Ablt AND l'Ol'
LAK I'LOOKINO, UHILNO ANi)
BIDING.
jraTOHIfo t "!'w 1)11 '"''"-f of 'I'W'Hi-ly-Miennd
blieet nnd Ohio Unco.
lOn-ri-UI-tl
II. WAUDNHH, M. 1).
II. ,. STALK Kit, M. 1).
Oilier mid iikIiIiiiii'ii 111 Coiiiiiueiil Avo.,
l ili.ur to the Atlit'iimiui, -ol lll-t
AND RETAIL
111' ill OIL
Bristol & Stilwoll
Family Grocers.
Kidjicvorv thin jicrtainintr t. tl..
line 1. 1' Siajilo anil I'ancy !r..err.
WooJi nwnre, Vuctablcv. 1'rutt.-. A-.
i m W
Wo noil tho IViilrnl Vra-t Cm
diirinc Miuimor iuntoail ol' t ! Cm
I'tc-D-oil Yeast. It gives cxcclli nt nl
i-l'aotlnt).
No 32 EIGHTH St.
AD.MINISTltATOIt'S SA1.P.
Of ie:ilet.tte. Ily Irtnu of nn nrlr nn.l
detieoiif tlio enmity court of AIimuhhi
i-iiiinly. IllinoU, niii.lii on lliu ).. -1111111, i, i.
uiiduri-lKiieil, uliiiliii-trulii ot the i .lite
ol Alliert It. Wliltuher. dfi uiihuiI,
lur li.'iio to mil the real estile
ol sunt ileui'iicil, at Iho Ie.i
.li'liiliuy term of Mild eourt, to-wlt . nn the
Twentieth ilny of .luuiiuty, A. U.. 1ST!. I
hull, on Satuiihiy, tint twtnity.llltli da nl
.lill) llt'M, helween tho limn or ton o'elucl,
a., in., ami twelve o'clock m of .aid di),
sell ittpiihllcHile, lit tho niilli-weMeily d'"ir
ollhe court Imil-c l!1" H)' ol tiiino, in
tald coiiittv, tho Ullowlnc ilenTlhed real
uttatu (.Itiialeilln tlm city of Cairo, cotiiily
ot Aluvnmler, and itatu or IlllnuU, to-wlt
l,ou numhorud nl'ieteen, (III), twenty (im,
and tweiity.tiuo vil), in hluck uuiiilKirid
lot t-i-c on (17k ami lot numbered thlilj.
ono (111), in block niintherod liirty-nlnu (I'll,
all In tho llrtiiiditiou to thu city of Cairo,
afni'iiMld,
Tiiriiit ot taki to ho ns follow . Ono-thlnl
ciih in hand, jne-tlilrd iu Hire a month, und
ouo third in I-V months Irom thu day of tale
tho purtlmtcr to flvo imteH, tlrawiii),' l.
per cent liiiercut, for tlio deferred pa
incutx, Micurml by ealo inorlgngo upon tin
prniiUox fold ....
UKOtiiK 1 isnr.it, Ailminli-lnilor,
nt tho olatc ot Alhort It. Whltakir.
ilffi-amtl. ll-O-'ja-il.Uv It
liuio IV(t), l7t.

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