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POM TII.DFM Wi!T TO ft'IUllr?
grcst ionll Jpur .In the jmlK"
inmt nnd patriot im ot Oav. Tlldftt, nrnl
w- expect that, nt the proper moment,
he will ppnali th;proK'r word, and ward
off (he danger of civil wnr nownoim
tniiK'iit., That he ha heen'f'heatml ot
tit Ut Jclifniy we haye no doubt; that
MiaMoiiotry; U'licveg Ihls wo are lulljr
nthfl(l; and i hat there l In the wnafe
enough honesty to give the. high ollicc to
him we lainHy hopp. Hut if the penate
should erlft In lt apparent determina
tion to count Oov. Hayei Into the presi
denry, rljfht or w rong, will Gov. 'f iidcn
jrive the country over into the hands of a
bloody civil war, or will he, by 8(.lf.a(:
rifice that la scarcely to bo espwted in
tlvta days nf corruption and unhallowed
politioa! aiiibitlon, restrain the turbulent
elements t hi' parly and permit the
country to rim on in peace? We know
it has lieen said, and I kily being as
eprtnl, that to submit to the inauguration
ot fiov. Hayes f to atxtudon all hope ol
ever aain havine a fair election lit this
country ; but tbU we do not believe.
Wo have no doubt that, If tiov. Hstye.
accepts the presidency under the 'ir
cu'rifduiw, ho will be the last Ucpubli-
can prvidi-nt, and wo aIo iiriuly believe
that if the I'cmocrat should
resist hU Inaiiijuratlon, in the
event ol hi being declared
elected by the president of the Ben-
ate in Joint M-sMoti. th.it the republic
will not survive the shock of the conflict
of arms that will ensue. Out of It the
inioo will either notcmcrjfe, or else
will come as a consolidated empire, pos
sibly bearing the form ot a
republic, but being in tact a
despotism of the nwt pronounced
kind. it Is all very well to
talk about the duty of freemen to re
sist oppression ; but let us not forget
that the oppression of which we now
complain bears as heavily upon our op"
poucnU as upon us, and that they w ill lu
good time aIo weary of w hat we are now
tired of, and that oppression cannot stand
before a pronounced public sentiment. At
this time Uie democrats stand with
right and justice on their side, but
in a most embarrassing position. The
men w ho are sustaining the outrages
w hich we denounce, arc men who w hen
the secessionists struck, at the union
beared their breasts in leaden hail in Its
defense, while the men w ho w ould be our
chief reliance In a fight over
this otoUn presidential election,
would be the men of the south who at
tempted to destroy the union ; who,
alter the war, attempted by vagrant laws
to establish a kind ot negro peonage on
the ruins of African slavery ; who resis
ted every movementto recognize' 'accom
plished facts" by incorporating the three
amendments into the constitution ; who
practiced ku-kluxisni; and who now
claim to have succeeded by the votes of
the colored men of Ue South '. These
facts should never be permitted to get
out of our minds, and we 6hould be care
ful to rtmem'x'r that, however just may
be our cause, the weakness of human
nature that makes too many men preju
diced tools willing to do a wrong to a foU
low-man because this fools hate him; will
array the great majority ot the llepnbli
caiu of the war against the "Confeder
ate Democrats;' will, in this way, unite'
the North again ngaiiift the .South, and
bring about a repetition of the war of se
cession, with this added norror: uini
the South w ill be weaker in battle than
it wa because cf the black enemy in its
rear, and in the .North warg ol neighbor
hoods will prevail, nod the tour npple
tree will be used as a scaffold upon which
will be executed thousands ol victims of
the j ttst i e of .1 udge I. ynch a nd the mercy
of King Jtiot. -The peace of Warsaw is
is preferable to this, whatever may be
mid by the hot-heads ol the . Dem
ocratic party. In the people we
have yet a great measure) ot cou
fldoiue. They sometimes wander Into
error, but upon second eober thought
they usually act with wisdom. Xow they
are excited, and the lamentable spectacle
of good and honest llepublicans endors
ing the iniquity ot the Louisiana return
ing board ia forced npon our attention
the sad fact is apparent to ail calm-minded
men ot nn administration using the army
to make an election successful, anil to
overthrow state legislatures and threaten
one of the houses of congress. To see
these things aud not raise the cry of a
French enthusiast building barricades in
the name of liberty, or of a Mexican rev
lutionists shouting: "Down with thn pre
tender!" requires much moral courage ;
but patriotism demands that this shall be
done at tliis time. It particularly de
mands this ot the Democrats, who are
the aggrieved party ; and It assures them
that, in good time, if they now net with
wisdom, and pass by the temptation to
strike at their political c nemy, they will
bo gloriously vindicated in the near fu
ture and their praise be spoken by the
history of thU cvciittul time. I pou
Oov. Tilden rests a grave responsibility,
and lie may now make himself a name
that will, bo as illustrious u that of Wash
ington. That he will act wUely uJd
patriotically we sincerely hope.
Tub Southern Iiemocrats in congress
have wore sense than those of tho North.
Lamar and Ben Hill are cool-headed ;
Randall and Fernando Wood are as hot
headed as Baron Von Palm wus in the
crematory oveu that reduced him to
ashes the other day.
Offl.c. 2u.lltlx. I3illd
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. KWDAY, DKCKMHKR 15, 1870.
TlIK HIT! A.THH-OI K HORITIOV
We hope the hcM, but wi f.-ar the
On the face of the electoral return", not
taking Into consideration the Crot.in
vote, Mr. Hayes i elected ; but, count
ing the t'ronln vole, Mr. Tilden Is elec
ted. The Republicans, ami not a few Ivmo
erat, believe that the Cronin vote ought
not to be counted. The lnmocrats, and
a few Republican?, believe thjt the Lou
isiana vote ought not to be eoiTied.
The Republicans and Democrat who
object to the counting of the Cronin vote
for Tilden, do so lerau-c tiny know
that a majority ol the people ol Oreron
prefer Mr. Hayes to Mr. Tilden for prcM
dent. The Iemo rats and Republicans
who object to the counting of the votes of
IxHiieiana for Haye, do fo because they
lielieve that a majority of the people of
.hose states prefer Mr. Tilden
to Mr. Hayes for president.
There can be no doubt about Oregon.
t is a Hayes state ; and w hateyer may be
aid about the right of Oov. O rover to
give Mr. Cronin a certificate of election
as elector, no one can deny that the ma
jor ity of the people of that Mate did not
want him to be ne of their electors. In
fairness, Mr. Hayes ought to have the
vote ol Oregon.
In so far as the vote of Louisiana Is
concerned, the condition of the matter is
as foilows :
On the 7th of November the people ol
that state, voted tor presidential electors
On tins face ot the returns, at the
cloe of the election, the Tilden electors
had majorities ranging from G,3X)for the
lowest, to 3,0.17 for the highest. These
returns were sent up to the capltitj, and
put Into the hands of the returning
board ol the State, which it is claimed
had authority to canvas.? the voles and
ascertain and declare the result. This
board went behind the rctnras, and, !
wiping out the majorities for the Tilden j j thundered more than the test justi
, , . : ,, , lied. It got Into our columns without
jfave mi ii" itayes cicc
majority ranging from
-1 ,''.20 for the lowest, to 4,712 for
the highest. This was done by
throwing out 11,050 Democratic votes.
and 1,755 Republican votes, against the
legality of which votes not a word had
been urged. -The Democrats denounce
Itiia net ion of the hnnril Tlw lmili)!.
i i -r.i t-v ,
cans applaud it. The Democrats de- i
nouncc it because they declare it falsifies
the wisuea ot the majority of the people!
of Louisiana. The Republicans ap
plaud it, because they say it rca'ly gave
expression to wUhcsot a majority of the
people ot that state.
We believe that if the Republicans are
right in the assertion tliey make in this
regard, the vote ot Louisiana ought to be
counted for Hayes ; and, we have no
doubt, that all honest Republicans w ill
agree with us in saying, that, If the Dem
ocrats are right In the assertion they
make In regard to the matter, the vote ot
Louisiana ought to lie counted for Til
den. The Democrats may say, that the ques
tion is already decided; that the returns
from the several voting places of the state
prove the state to be for Tilden,. and that
only the military despotism of the admin
istration could have prevented that re-
suit from being announced. The Rcpub-
licans may reply, that the majority of the
voters ol the state are clearly In favor of
Hayes, nnd that only the bulldozing des
potism of the Democrats could
have prevented them trom expressing
their preference at the polls. "Rut you
have got no right to go behind the re
turns, and inquire whether intimidation
was practiced by Oemocrats ut the diller
ent polling places; the face of the returns
inut control - in the first in
stance, and then let the legality
of the election lie tested in
the courts," say the Democrats. The
Republicans retort : ' Vou have no right,
nccording to your own doctrine, to go
behind the returns lroiu the state to
the president of the senate, and ascertain
whether the returning board acted ille
gally or dishonestly ; the face of there
turns, a wnt up from the state, must
control in the tirst lntance, and then
let the future take care ot itselt."
So, alter all, we come out of the same
hole into which we entered. If the Dem
ocrats can go behind the returnsjrotii the j
tate, why may not the Republicans go
behind the returns from the parishes 't
We therefore come down to the bedi
rock question : "Are the majority ot the
voters of Louisiana Hayes or
Tilden men?" This Is the
question that congress must
decide. We hope it has enough wisdom to
decide it in a manner satisfactory to the
people, it the investigation of the com
mittee now In Louisiana shall furnish
evidence amounting to proof that there
was a fair and free election in that state,
there will be, we shall continue to be
lieve until facta crowd out tho belief,
enough honest Republicans in the senate
to give the state to Mr. Tilden or else
throw out its vote. If. on the other
band, tho investigation should thow that
the Democrats carried the state by bull
dozing despotism, there will bo enough
honest aud patriotic Democrats, wc
shall continue. t believe until we know
the contrary, to stand by the declaration
of tho vote of the state for Hayes, and to
aid lit putting down any hot-headed
movement Ibat any hot-headed Demo
crats may make.
'I iik Illinois state building on the cen
tennial grounds was sold to Mr. William
Strong, w ho will remove it to his farm
on the Pennsylvania railroad near Philadelphia.
- lTp, Csrn T-wlftv Street and
n: ve.ini.fr: tiws
Senator Cameron, ol Wisconsin, has In
troduced into llin scHate a bill "fur the
redemption ot greenbacks." It provides
that Iroin and after Its enactment the
United States shall receive legal tender
notes at par in payment of import duties
and all other dues nnd revenues of every
kind. Numerous bills of this kind have
been introduced Into conjures nt every t
sion during thp past eight year, but tin y
have been laid a-lde by the immediate
re'iimptioniifs who claim that the enact
ment ol such a bill would delay resump
tion. How ? The men who oppose the
measure admit that It would bring green
backs, to par, but tlirv nert it
would bj i by reducing the
price of gold Instead of by in
creasing the value ol the greenback. This
is stuff. If Impost duties nnd all other
dues and revenue? were receivable in
gre3nbar.k there wouldnot, it is true, he
as much demand for gold, but Its value
would therefore be no less. The demand
for greenbacks would begrcster,nd t!us
fact would soon, combined with the de
creased demand for gold and the fact that
the government had ceaed to discredit
its own paper, increase tlie value
of the paper end wipe out
the premium on gold. Hut the Republi
cans, being under the control of the gold
party, will not accept the Cameron
j proposition, and we regret to say that
not a few Democrats, worshippers of the
golden calf, w illnNo refine to advocate
One of the head-lines in the Ii;i.i.f.ti
ot yesterday was: "The i'resident
1 'roves to m the Ross I.lar of the Coun
try." This was at the head ot Mr. Hew
itt's letter concerning the interview he
had willt the president in relation to the
South Carolina legislature. The head-
to be exactly fair in our treatment of the
Republican party, and of all men in op
position to whom wc stand. Wa
particularly deprecate at this time
the bandying ot insulting epithets, in
our opinion the Republicans have greatly
outraged the ballot-box at the South, and
have endangered the republic by the use
. ? ,
of the army, but we cannot bring oursclf
to believe that any good can result at
this time from denouncing the pres dent
as a common liar. Particularly are such
epithets to be deprecated when they are
based upon no foundation. The presi
dent did not lie to Mr. Hewitt, and that
gentleman U careful to Inform the public
that he did not.
LKT I S I Jti rE.
Jf Alexander aud Pulaski counties
were consolidated the people of the two
counties would have reason to rejoice in
the fact. Now neither county can pay
the expenses ol Its government, but if
they were consolidated a levy of taxes
less than the constitution permits would
pay all the county expenses and leave
money in the treasury. It there were a
prospect of either of the counties increas
ing rapidly in population w e would not
be in favor of consolidation, but there Is
uo such prospect. Indeed, we haye no
doubt that a continuance of the present
condition ot aflatrs will have a ten
dency to prevent a rapid, if it dos not
prevent all. Increase ot population. Peo
ple will not settle in a high-taxed com
munity, aud certainly neither Pulaski nor
Alexander county can hope to rejoice in
l ... ... I . 1 ,T .1 ...
I inn uinui tin; jueeui coiiuiuuii ui
j Its ullairs. Consolidation will knock oil"
a conitide-ruhle amount of taxation, and it
J will give to the new county the ability to
develop Us rescources and accumulate
wealth within its borders.
Oov. Hivrsisln good iiealth aud
spirits and declares his conviction that
he has been fairly and legally elected.
Ho entertains a high opinion of the Lou
isiana returning board, aud thinKs that
Congre-sman Ranning, who wants an
olllcial investigation into the antecedents
ot WelU, president of the R. It., ought
to be squelched.
Coi.. Ron I.vouisoi i , in a speech at
Peoria, on the 8th Inst., declared his de
sire for another war. He asserted that a
Democratic president should never be
inaugurated peaceably. Hloody Hob Is
far more eloquent than sensible.
. - JL. , -
Chancery .Vol lee.
Stuto of Illinois,
County ol Alexander
of Alexander eouuty.
January Term, A. 1)., Is77
Henry Whiteaiup vs. fc.lla Iteid, Andrew
Heid, Mary Ntulitii. Zephnnlali MuMii, l(nia
HurreH and William Huse, In Chancery,
To .eplmuiuh Mulilis cue ot" the above
named defendants. Allidavit haviut; been
tiled In the otliec of the clerk of kuhl court,
that you epUuniali Htiibbs, on due inquiry
cannot be found, you hi hereby noiiiied
tliut the complainant tiled LU bill of com
plaint In said Court on the Cham-pry tide
tht root on the Aid day ol August, A. l. 17(1.
and that a summons thereupon issued out
ot sild court aalnt said defendants, re
turnable on the find Monday of September,
A. !., ls7U, un la by law required, and that
said summon, was relumed aa to you "uot
Now, therefore, unless you, the t-aid
.uphauiuh Miihha, shall personally l.e and
appeur before the :ild Circuit Court of Al
extinder i 'ounty on the li 1 day ol the next
term thereof, to ho holdelt at Die. court
- 1 bouse lu the i city of Cairo, in said ouutv.
vm uip. viuaiiiiuiy,i. i',
and plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant a bill of coinpluint, the same,
and the matters and things therein charged
and atuted, will be tukcu aa centered, and
a decree entered agaiuatyou according to
the prayer of said hill.
UEC11EN H. VOCCM. Clerk.
PlbllEa &. WliltCLKH.
November 18, A. D., l.u. oaw-4w
JOHN H. MVLHJBT,
Attorney nt Law.
)TTU T. : Al rri,rnr on Ninth SUrwt, tietwee
VVatliinr ton avmiieund Walanl ntrert.
phice: 10 the times
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 31 Floor 2 OO Tor Day
Special Rate br Week or Month.
A limitcJ numler of vwy iletiralile lamily
rouiiin run lie cecund al reationuldp rate, lor the
I hr t. Charlen is the Inrfcefit and beat appoint
ed House in outucrn Illinuia, and i. the lcadinu
hotel in t'niro. Notw lilutnndinir tlif "Hot
IIihI" reduction in prii, ttif table will, aa
tf'Ual, I liberally tiilied with tlie verj beid
Of verj-thing that ran be found in market.
I ine lance Hample rooms for eomiueri ial trav
eler. , on ground floor, free of rharire.
O" All liapirairpol ruts conveyed to and Irom
the liotel without charge.
e. n. t:sir.w.
WH0I.K3AI.K AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cloae.
Corner 19th St. and Commercial At.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
SIXTH. STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Bffanufacturea hla own Horae Shoe and
can Aeeuie Good work.
' THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE."
THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST,
AMI ONLY DIRECT ItOl'TK TO
With direot connection for
mmi LYNCBBU&6. WRPOli,
Paihfielp-ia, Sei To:.. hi
T n E EAST
1 ruveb i- deainuu
A Ipi Phi:::! a&l Comfortable Trip
.Should remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R.
U Celebrated forila
ftleirant Coaches, Hploudid Hotels. Grand
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley
Heor.eiy, and the many points ot
Jiidtoiio Interest Along
fTrire vill ALWAYS as LOW
iki f Aay Cther Liu
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PULLMAN PALACE CARS
It n ii Through
Prlncipil Western mi Eastern Cities.
lj'Vllt nHUOll.II '1KKET8. BA(.(;A(.K
t linrka, Movt-mi-iit ol '1 rains, rleepiii( ar
Aiiv.iiiiiiielaliiiim, Ac ., i;.-.., apply al Jnkil
llu. at all Principal 1'oiitla,
NORTH, SOUTH. CAST OR WEST.
K. K. iiOKSKY,
TTIOS. V. BAKItY,
Western raVr Agt.
V. M. CUIJC,
L.eu'1 Ticket Agt.
THOS. R. SIlAltl',
Maaler of l rau.p'a.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah. Shawneetown, Evane
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The tli (fant tde-whl steam"'
A'ALTinB. I'BRNUtOTnit ..
Will leave Cairo every
WEDNtSO Vr at 6
The fleet steamer
Hi Howard -
L). 1 MOM a.
Invest airo every SATl'KD Y.
Kar.h boat make close connection at Cairo
with llrat-claaa nteamera for St. Lout. Mem-
hi and New Orleans, and at Kvansville with
th K. AC. H. K. for all points North and Eaat,
nd wun i lie imiaviue Jiau nteamera iota
iKiiuta on the Umier Ohio, irivinir throturli
lAli.t. on lreighla and jiaaneuger. to all ioiuta
for ui ther information apply to
HOli. SILVr.li, VaaoenKer Agent.
HAI.UllAYMItUS, j. .
1. M. I'HILIJl'S, lAHcnte,
Or to U. .1. tiUAMMKK.
.Snierititendent and General freight Airrot,
j'l-.i-jo-1 v . r.vauavill Indiana.
PAINT AN U 411 I.N.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hand, the celebrated illuminating
A L HO It. 4. OH.
Corner KleTenth Street and Washing
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, np-stairt.
The Oldest Establiahed Aaeney in Soutr.2
era Illinois, representing- or
165 OOO 000
WIT, OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Order for Coal by the oar-load
!,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jromptiy atteuaoa to.
t9To large oonsumers and all
amnufaoturers. we are nreoared
to supply any quantity, by the
noma or year, ai umiorm rates.
CAIBO CITY COAL COM? AIT,
rfltalliday Bro.'aorUee, No. TO Ohio Uvea
lY-liairnlay Mro 'a whartuoat.
At Krvntliui Mill, or
If At lb
coal uuuiu, root i ran ty-B ignis
l-Pot Ode Drawer
This srreat International Exhibition, de
signed to conunemorate Hit hm kuodradta
auoiversary or Atnencan iwernuene,
Opened May 10th, and will close Movetuber
loth, 1870. All the nations oi tn woriu
and all the states and terrltoriet of th Vn
Ion am participating la this wonderful de
nionnration, nnnRinc logemer in mon
comprehensive collection cf art treasures.
nieebauicai invention, aciewunc aiscovtr
eriea, nianufacturiug achievements, miner
al specliuens, and agricultural products
eer exhibited. The grouadauteToted tu
the exbtbiiton are situated on the line !
the Pennsylvania Railroad and era brae 460
acres of Fulnuount Park, all highly im
proved and ornamented, on which are
erected the largest buildings ever construc
ted nve or mete covering an area oi any
acres and costing f6,OUfl,000. The toUl
number of buildings erected for the pur
poses of the exhibition is near two hun
dred. During the thirts days Immediately
following the opening of the exhibition a
million and a quarter ol people vlttted tt.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE GREAT TBUHI LI
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. 8.
Is the mos, dlrcrt; convenient and econom-'
leal way ol reaching Philadelphia and this
great Exhibition trom all seetions of the
country. It. trains too and from Philadel
phia will pam throunb. a grand Centennial
depot, w hich the company has erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
grounds for the accommodation of passen
gers who wl h to stop at or start from the
bumerous large hotels contiguous to this
station anc the Exhibition a convenience
ol the greatest value to visitors, and arTorl
ed excluNively by the Pennsylvania Kail
oail, which ia the only line running direct
o the Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will also stop at the Encampment of
he Patmns of Husbandry, at Eim .Statiou
on thin road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad is the grand
est railway organization in the world, it
controls seven thousand milea of roadway,
forming continuous liner to Philadelphia,
New York, Italtintore, and Washington. over
which luxurious day and -night care are
run from Chicago, Kt. Louis, LouixTllle, Cin
cinnati, iudiaiiHpolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withoua change.
its main line Is laid wlte double and third
traeks of heavy steel ralNJupon a deep bed
of broken stone ballast, and it hrldghs are
all of iron or stone. Its passenger trains
are equipped with every known Improve
ment lor comfort and safety, and are run at
faster speed for greater distances tuna the
trains of any line on the continent. The
company Das largely Increased its equip
ment tor Cedtennlal travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at short
notice sutfleient to fuliv accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the command of the company
ot the company guarantee the most perfect
accommodation tor all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The magniticent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Itailroad is so lustly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over its perfect
roadway an ever-cbanginp panorama ol
river mountain and landscape views une
qualed in America.
The eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wil! be furnished at suite
able hours and an-pie time allowed lor n-
xcursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the princlpul railroad ticket
ettices in the West, Northwest and South
lie sure that your tickets read via the
Great Pennsylvania route to the Centen
PRANK THOMSON, 1). M. BOYD, Jr.,
Hen. MaiiaL'cr. lien, f ass'r Agi
WILSON, EGGLESTON & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, .
Flour, Grain, Seeds, & Provisions,
21 WEST CANAL. STREET,
J3T Consignments solicited, lt-25-eod-liu
SVbereas, Joeph McKenzle aud bis wife
did, on the HHh day ol August, 1K7;1, exe
cute, acknowledge aud deliver to me a cer
tain deed of Uutt, now of record in the
recorder's office of Alexander County, In
book O. of trust deeds at page 27(1, and also
did on the lird day ol October, 18. a, in like
manner execute, acknowledge and deliver
to me another deed ot trust, now of record
in the recorder's office of said Alexander
County, in hook O. ol trust deeds at page,
279, both ol which were given to secure the
payment of a certain promissory note, exe
cuted by the said .loaeph McKenzie to Mary
J. McDonald. And whereas, default has
been made in the payment ol said promis
sory note, now, therelore, I give notice
that by virtue ol the power given me by
. . . a . . .Fl. .1 1 . . . I- J t
fcaiuaeid ot irui, i win on i-iu u.j ui
January, IS77. at the hour of 11 o'clock, a.
m., Ot salU Uav, at tne court noue uoor in
the city of Cairo, County of Alexander aud
State of Illinois, tell at public vendue, to
the highest bidder, lor casU, the following
ileit n bed lois. a tuated in said city ot
Cairo, to wit: Lots thlrty-lhree (83),
thiity-four t:if). tifteen (l."). and aixteen
(10), in tiiocx nity-turee t.fci), oeui m.
same, grauted, ni'rgaineu anu oia to me in
trust, as aforesaid, by said deed of trust
The purchaser will be entinea to a aeeu
Immediately. Dated December l.'lth, lf7ti.
JAMs Y. CXl-JMSOi, iruatee.
SSMI'KL P, IV MKLKK.
w-ft Attorney for Trustee
Estate of Daniel Lamport, deeeaed
The tmderttgned, having been appoinieu
AdmiuistraUix of the Eatate ot Daniel
l.ampert, late ot the County ol Alexander,
and Stats of Illinois, deceased, hereby give
notice that alie will appear oeiore mo v oun
ty ekiurtot Alexander Couuty, al the court
house in Cairo, iu Maid County, t the Jan
uary Term, on the miru .Monuay mjaoiiary
next, at which tune all persons naving
claims ,".aiut aaid K-taU) are noiiiied and
rciuested to attend fut ths purpose oi na
im; the same adjusted. All peraonalndelded
to said Estate are requested to make iinuie-
diate pa me ot to the unilenlgneo.
Dated this-iM dav of November, A. P.,
1S7U. MAKUAltKT I.AMPEKT,
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Betweea Waaalngrtea aad Ooemaaerela
AToamee, mAJoUiagr Btufi.
KIEr9 tor eaJ the beat BssT, Ferk, MaHea
Veal, lenib. Hesas. e.. sa4 M M
rsd t rv fawi lie ia seeseuio ks- t .