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TEUSDM.
The "she roosters" bf the Diitrlct of
Columbia are anxioua to voto.
The Mctbudiit UookCpuccniua
fairs are at last, it apper,-to boinica
tigatcd. So ay tie Xiw ToirV
Iferaid, th great ' religious p?yf f'
th, country. , , , ' 1
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Mkar ColcatsUr; ! tfclfl-guU, Mi-.
Prccilla L. Barber laftly coaaitted ei-
ciae. a. oprrfaj)OBpau(,.of;lA cohmxji
"Yi ith bodily hiftlth impaired, no won
'der the tired mortal, in tier desperation,
'hurled the proud npirit back to the
God who (,'avc it!" Which is good.
I.v tho report of the proceeding of
the Kpifcopal Methodist Church, held
at Juticsboro ou the 7th iust., wo fiud
the asscrtioa that ''the doctrine of the
church Tu regard to politics is io let
politics alone." This church, tlicnt
cannot be a close relation to the Mothu
dint Episcopal Church, since that
church considers it its duty to never
let politics alone.
The Cape Girardeau Argxtt, in an
article entitled "A New Railroad," pro
poses that "a narrow gauge railroad be
'built, starting at Cape' Girardeau, run
'ning in a northwest dircotinn to the
'(own of Jackson, the county seat;
'thence on by Millcrsville to the Har
'tk'lictnito iron banks in Ucllinger couu
ty ; and from thence, to vmwt xcitk
'Ihf Grand Tower and Iron mountain
'railroad."
Miui. Fair, now on trial in Califor
nia for tho murder of her paramour,
Crittenden, is little less than a fcmalo
devil a woman at once debauched,
intellectual, and cruel as the old
SpauUh inquisitors. In the old timo,
she would have put Lucrctia Borgia to
shame. She murders while she em
brace, and j'UHtiGcs her depravity by
an appeal to the God whose justice she
h.i most Miamefully outraged. Her
tears flow like tho waters of an unsealed
fountain; her sobs aro loud and her ap
peals for sympathy pathetic; but under
the mrface ho is as impure as a char
ncl house.
Whili: tho steamer Tennessee, which
carried tho San Domingo Commission
ers to thcountry of Baei and hack,
was lying at Key West, Mr, Fred.
Douglas was invited to deliver an ad
dross one evening from the hotel balco
ny. Iu the course of his speech, re
ferring to tho fact that his friend, Gen.
Sigel, was present and desired to make
a few remarks, he got off the following
"good joko" on the General. Said he :
"My friend, Gcnoral Sicol, i a lusn
whom I greatly respect he hsi a heart
si largo ks all humanity; lio can tyropa
tblxo with all nations, and all colors; La
list alwkyi (ocn a truo friend to tho col
ored people, and ii well worthy tbairlclnd
feeling; in fact, among all my white
frUndi, I know of nono who it mors near
ly a negro than General Sigel."
UPSETTIXU THKIR RECORD.
The Uupublicaus, iu the cuactincnt
of tho Ku-Klux bill, which in effect
abolishes tho State courts, places tho
civil power under the military, and
makes it a crimo to think of doing cer
tain acts, have stultiGed themselves anil
placed a iuissilo in tho hands of their
foes which we hopo may bo used at tho
proper time. Our llopublicau friends
should read, in tho light of present
eveuts, tho following resolution, uuaui-
luoutly passed by the Chicago conven
tion, which nominated Abraham Lin
coln iu 1SG0:
Rtschal, That the maintcuauco mvlo
ato of the rights of tho titntet, and espe
cially tho right of each Stato to control it
own domwMc institutions according to its
own judgmont exclusively, is essential to
that balance of. power on which the perfec
tion and balance of our political fabric
depend ; and we denounce the lawless inra
t'on by armed Joes of the soil of any Slate
or Territory, no matter under what pr'
text, ns the gravest of erimes.
THE KU-KLVX OATH.
The ucarer wo approach to thu timo,
Of holdiug the next Presidential elec
tion tho louder will become Radical de
nunciation of tho Ku-Klux-Klau Al
ready, on every hand, assertions aro
made that in all tho Southern States tho
iuystorious band is creating terrbr.-
whilo iu fact everything is lovely in
Dlxey and peace reigns except in those
districts where Radical rascals create
strife for political .purposes. That there
was a K-Kuz-K1b wa belieTe j thAt
CAIRO, 1
iLINOIS, APRIL 18,
there is now such antarct politieal a"
,93 Tcry Inach doubt? If there ii, it oflgbV
io be subnrcsscol "bv rjublic sishtiflscut
ikd its lkwless acta punisUUty severe
enaiuec 'ilia WUoitiftfra MJ "A
th; oathlf rt. rsrrM uUicilj
order: I i i
"Tou sblmnly swoar, In tbe nmsim ot
AlmlahtTOod, that you will saw rowl
wkaili nbw aboot to com to your knowl
xwgiitani yoa wmiBUrwsalaU BasBa
of the aaen who taHUKe'Jo; Mi
tm haTohotana do Hot betowA-fettoJlt
La. M.'iarom of Afiea1. War, Waer
Li .... ''. i A. J.'Jf . -.a TKfe.klM.
thtwismftenis that yotrw.ill netsr reveal
inr i.ritJ I'AlMt irtlnrk or firindnltl to
any pcrsotij-n'ot even a known brother, or
that you are a member yourself, or who
are members j and that you will obey all
calls and summons of tho chief of your
camp when in your power to do 10; and
should any member reveal any of tho act,
orders or secreU of this brother
hood yoa will atiiit in punishing
him In aoy way that tho camp may di
rect; and that you will not Inltlato,
or allow in this brnmoriiooa any iinuicai,
or any 'ony who sympathies with
them, or who may have Itadlcal vtowi, if
In vour nbwer to movent. And should
you know of or seo any brother or his
family imposou upon oy any itauicai or
negro, yoti will go to hU utUlancoor tholr
sailstMncc, und render all the uid In your
power. Or should you know any of them
to ho in Imminent danger, you will immedi
ately 'Inform them and go to their wslst
snc. ,AiJd should you near tho word of
alarm glv.jn you will go Immediately to
ascertain tlieniie, und render all aid in
your power, rio help you Uud."
CURRENT NEWS.
Oen'. Sherman, accompanied by Ms
aUi-dcfarap,sColi. McCoy and Tourtcl
lolte, has gone on a .tour of inspection to
all the military Motions on the plains as
far north si the Union Pacific railroad"
The vomer stouo of . rtho. plicopul
Church at Ottowa, IIl.,'wai lald'fch Thurs
day last. Uihop Whitchoujo delivor.-d
the address.
Mrs. Jenny LInd Goldschmldt hai re-
co-cred '.','000 damages from Knglish pub
lishers for copying tho itory oruer alleged
matrlmonisl infcllritle from American
newspapers.
IUhway. X. J., has gono Daraocratlo
for tbs first time In ten years. Tho I)m
ocratia Mayor, part of tho Common Coun
cil, both of tho Freeholders, and nearly all
of the ward offlccrt were elected.
George W. Tlfft, a wealthy gentleman
of Buffalo, New York, has given $30,000
for tho establishment in that city of a
home for erring women.
A tombstone was picked up In the yard
of Mrs. Itrackett, In Cahokis, 8t. Clair
county, Illinois, a few days ago, with tho
year 1771 on it. Ono hundred years old.
The labor reformers are called to meet
in national convention, at Cleveland, Ohio,
In October next, to lay down a platform
and nominate a national ticket. Mr.
GtorgoW. Julian, of Indiana, it is un
derstood, is to bo their candidato for
President, and ho has consented to accept.
"Vendoll l'blllips will probably bu thu
nominee for Vico-l'residcnt. The move
ment Is creating uneasiness In Kadlcal cir
cles. On tbe I'.Hh Inst, Kdward La Foro and
Charles La Bage, aged 10 and 13 years, of
Fon Du Lac, went out Into Lake 'W innc
bago for a boat ride and were drowned.
ITEMS,
USEFUL AND
WISE.
OTHER-
TUB TEr.TII.
Tho elements which enter Into the compo
sition ot tho teeth, are, in every 100 parts :
I'hn.nhatft flf I. Imp ........ ...&'
C.ui.oc.tp of Limp -
I'ltn.ptutd of Md(Ue.lit.... .......
HOlll...... ..... ...., MM. ...
Vital Tlsue....MM .m.m.mm. m..,m.
... 4
.. I
.is
These proportions varyutdiirorent peri
ods of life, and also in tho different parts of
the tooth structure itself tho enamel
more, and the root and part undor tho
enamel less, of the mineral and moic of
vital elements.
BATIIS.
Tho baths of ancient times worn relo
bratod for their magnificence. Nothing
was thought too grand or magnificent for
their decoration. Precious gems and met
als, and the finest works of tho painter und
sculptor were found within tholr walls.
TIIK CORSET.
AVbcn Lady Mary Wortluy Montague
was traveling In Turkey, whllo preparing
fur the Turkish ,batb, laying asidu her cor
sets, tho poorj women of tho Turkhb harem
took up this littlcrlnitrument of torture,
surveyod It is all directions, und turning
to Lady Mary said, "Doex your husbaud
make you wear this it"
MKATUXtLY.
Take Mf a pound of mutton, half a
pound of bjeef, and half u pound of veal ur
pork, with a small piece or bono of bscou ;
.put i) waiter enough to keep it from burn
ing, and cov or it close; let it simmer lor
three or four hours tilt tho juice of tbo
meat Is entirely out, then itrain it off, and
lot it stand til) cold. If thera is any fat,
It can then be removed..
A perion recovering from an Illness
1 must not be left alt' night without food.
gome of this jelly placed btslds thtm
WLJial M.P.W uy W.
trHk tie hblto masart jb an tposd stow to do ur i
f to all smelt wssitaBllews,a WyyrO. 'Xn ucnanco aires
. "TosiaAw sVrawrswar,HissMprik:i
Y Aktsr OesL wstt ms will ks IrMto
1871.
where they can reach it eatlly, is a very
acellent thing.
r HOME ANU I1KALTII.
The April number of this new Health
Vsgazine comes to us with a great variety
of irstartMing'artislcs. Tho principal okas
ate'on "Tho Teeth Causes and l'rovenj
tlon of Decay," "Health at Home," "Hath
ing and Baths" (Illustrated), "Rearing
Babies," "Tight Lacing" (!fsrtf),
"Brlaht's Disease Unlechnlcally Ccnsid
orod," "What shall wo do In tho Sick
toomV e.' Thcro are more than forty
taaller articles, containing valuable bints
en health aad for homo. Published at
DePuy Bro.
ork.
SHIRT BOSOMS.
tho following recipe
sVr mia arabic sUrch, which will (Ire to
i.aijws, ote tho Ine gloss obsorrod
oa in linens Toko two ounces of fine
white gem arable powdor put It into a
pitcher, and pour on it a pint of boiling
water, (according to tho degroo of
strongth you deire,) and then, having
covered it, lot it sot all night. In the
morning pour It carefully frornjho dregs
into n clean bottle, cork it and keep it for
use. A tablospoonful of gum water stir
red Into a pint of starch that has been
in ado in tho usual mannor, will give to
lawni (either whito or printed) a look of
nowncis when nothing clso can restore
them after waihing. It isnlsogood (much
diluted) for thin whito muslin and bobinut.
CENTRAIsIKATIO
PASSAGE OFTHE INFAMOUS KU-
KLUX BILL.
IsU no Hklnaaaaa taftiirprU Krosslta
Htst riunmi a rai sine tt
Urant and Akirntan.
AM. KKIUMBORIJ TO A KCKLVXAt,
iXJi Nrnis.r L.iABi.r to uim
FOSt UAMAIiFN.
Mti
rlv S'.rcrr White Stan In tho Nouth
Ilotarr4 mm Kerrluar onii
t'ederal Jary.
(ll'l R.tOK Off A l-RKE KOPLE,
l'.!!.(IE or THE KV-KLUX HILL.
VaiIII.miio.v, April 14 Tho result In
the .Senate on tho Ku-Klux Mil hat sur
prised even its moU ardent friends. Not
only wore all the Judiciary Committee's
amendments adopted on the final vote
this evening, but two others very radical I
in their nature wore pronoseJ and agreed I
to. Ono of thcio given any person who
establishes legally tho fact that ho has
been Injured in person or property by the
Ku-Klux the right of reclamation on the
propertv of others In the county In which
he lives. Tho other strikes out tho sec
tion of tho Homo bill which abolished tho
iron-clad osth for Jurors. Tho effect of
this is to deprive nearly every white man
in tho South of tho right to sot on a jury
in a Federal case. Tho IIouso bill, it will
be remembered, proposed merely to exact
an oath of the juror that ho had not parti
cipated In any of tho so-called outrages.
Thosuspcnilon of tho writof habeas corpus
by tho President is virtually extended be
yond tho I'rotidentlal election. Tho bill
is far more stringent than when original!)
reported, and quite a number of Republi
can members declaro that the courto of
tho Scnato will not ho indorsed by the
House. It Is undoritood that Attorney-
Gcnoral Akerman, with the approval of
tho President, tuggestod tho new and ox
I traordinary modifications accepted by the
Senate In tho final vote. The yeas were
45, and tho nays 10. Messrs. 11111, Schurz
Robertson, Trumbull and Tipton voted
with the Domocrats against it.
VOTE OM THE AMENDMENTS.
At 4 o'clock tho Senato proceeded to
voto upon tno amendments to tno Dili re
pot tea irom mo Juuiciury ifommiiteo.
INTEIirEllE.VCE WITH OFVICEBS.
The question was first taken upon the
amendment to auu to tno provision maKing
it a Mgh crimo to Intorfero In person or
property Willi any ununi iiuwi uuiuwr in
tho pcrrormancoof his duty, tho words,
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The amendment was agreed to by yeas
40 to nays 23.
The Hcpubllcaii! voting In tho negativo
were Caldwell, Clayton, Logan, Bohurs,
Tipton, Trimhull, Wilson, .VVindon and
W rignu
Mr. Morton moved to amend the 4th
lection so as to givo tho President power
to suspend tho writ of habeas corpus until
tho end of the Forty-second Congress,
March 4. 18C3. Not agreed to yea, 23
nays, 4'J.
SUSPENSION or UAIIEAS COH1TS.
Tho amendment extending tho timo
within which thu Prosident may suspend
thu writ to tho end of the noxt regular ses
sion of Congress, was agrood to yeas, 44 j
niiys, 17.
Messrs. Schurz, Tipton uud Trumbull
voted with the Democrats.
Tin: TEST OATH.
Mr. Oiborn moved to strikeout su much
of the bill ns repealed thu test oath for
I jurors In thu United States Court. Not
( j,rccj to
ASSESSMENT OF DAMAQKS.
Mr. Shormun moved nu additional suc
tion, assessing damages to persons or
property upon the localities in' which the
outrages were committed.
Agreod toj
Sir. Trumbull moved to strlko out the
4th section, conferring upon thu Prusident
discretionary power to supend tho writ
of habeas fortius,
ltejocted yoas 21, nays 42. Messrs,
Hill, Morrill of Maine, Robertson, Schurz,
Tipton, Trumbull and Wright, voted with
tho Democrats Iu tho affirmative.
Various amendments, proposed by Mr.
Thurman and others, oo tho DeMOCiatlOj
tlsja, wen) voted dowa.
ONLY
Sundry alterations, submitted by -Mi.
Edmunds, were adopted.
AMNESTY nu.t rnorosED A3 an amend
ment. Mr. Hlair moved as an amendment to
add the Home amnesty bill.
Mr. Edmunds juado tho point of ordor,
that tho amendment, not being germaln
to tho bill, could not bo received.
Mr. Trumbull thought tho amendment
entirely (oraaln, and that It would do
much to pacify the South.
During the further discussion, tho diffi
culty was suggested that tho amendment
relieving disabilities would reoulre a two-
thirds vote, while a .majority could pais
ine tiiu.
Tho amendment was finally withdrawn
Mr. Itobertson gave noiico that bo
would call up tho subject ef amnesty nt
tho first opportunltv.
Mr. Blair moved to modify Mr. Sher
man s amcnuroeni so ns to provide that, in
tbe assessment of damnires unon tho local
ity for outrajr'eoaisHiitod there. Droocrty
nan not oe taken nnes it is proved that
the owner participate.! in the outrages.
Jtejecteu.
TEST OATH i.I.ifSE STRICKEN OUT.
Mr. Morton rcnowed Mr. doom's
amendment to strike out tho clause regal
ing tho lest onth lor United Mutes jurors
which was carneu iiy yens m to nays js.
Tho etfuct l to continue the let oath as
heretofore. Thu voto in detail wa fol
lows; Ycal Messrs. Ames, Anthony, llore-
man, Hrownlow, Cameron, Carpenter,
Ctandler, Clayton, Colo. Conkllng, Cor.
bctt, Cragin, jvdtnunds, Forrv of Michi
gan, Frelinghuuscn, Gilbert, Hamilton of
Texns, Hamlin, Harlan, House, I.twis,
Morton, yc, Osborn, I'omoroy, Pool,
Pratt, Hamiey, Bice. Scott, Snerman,
Sluwurt, Sumner and Wilson.
Nnys Messrs. Bayard, Blair, Bucking
ham. Caldwell, Cussorly, Cooper, Davis of
Kentucky. Davis of West Virginia, tlmn.
itton oi Maryland, Hill, Johnston, Kelly,
Logan, Robertson, Suulsbury, Sawyer,
Schurz, Stevenson, Stockman. Thurmun,
Upton, Trumbull, Mckers, V indoiii and
Wright.
i'assaoe or Tin: hill.
Tlio bill then passed yens 45 ; nays 19.
Tho voto was n partv one, except that
Hill, Itobertson, Schurz, Tipton and Trum
bull, voted with tho Democrats in thu neg
ative. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS.
uu qi'oi.v,
Du uoin listens to street proichlng on
Sabbath evening.
A man, name unknown, was killed by
lightning In Grand Coate Prairie, on
Monday last.
Tho Christian church of Du Quoin Is
receiving repairs and Improvements.
Tho "cold snap" of last week did noma
terial damage to the fruit trees,
Mis Mary Nolan, "n celebrated elocu
t onlst." will civo two entertainments in
Du Quoin, on the evenings of tho -3th and
21st Inst.
Mi'nriiYsnono.
This city is to bo instructed by a scries
of lectures on the doctrines of Sweden
burg, by Rev. C. L. Ciirrlor.
Dr. J. Honnard, formerly of Cairo, wai
thrown from his buggy, by his horse be
coming frightened, on Wednciday, and
seriously Injured.
CAnilONDALL.
John Ualrd, n young man of much
promise, died last wook, of consumption.
A few days ago, tbo houso of James
Hooker was entered by a thief, who car-
riod away with him 1435 in gold and sil
ver. JONESllonO,
Mr. W. "Willard has presented a hand-
some building to the Methodist Episcopal
Society, who will soon put up a ono church
cdiflco.
Tho Cairo District Conference ot tho
E. M Church, hebl its session hero on the
th, 8th and 9th of April. An account of
the proceeding! will bo found in another
column
Thp"Anna Department" of tho Gazette
ays- that Mr. Henry Kibe, formerly of
Cummlnsvlllc, Ohio, became imsno last
week, and was sent, undor proper care, to
his friends In Ohio. Mr. Klbo Is described
a a quiet, industrious man, who was en
gaged as u stono masun on tho Insane
Asylum.
Agnts of fruit und commtnlou houses
in Chicago aro visiting Anna In advanco
of tho season, to buy or nrrtngo to sell on
commission, tho growing crops, from
which fact tho fruit dealers of that region
are anticipating n good market for their
cropi.
.WaViIIVACtYrI.XH I.KAF.
Kny, Cobb fc Sclsee, tobacco dealers, of
Louisville, Kentucky, givo thu following
rules for managing bright manufacturing
leaf tobacco'
1st Aisort tho different colors, leaf at a
limn.
'Jnd Assort the different length, leaf at
time. . ..
3d Do not put leaves of different colors
or different lengths in tho lame hand.
4th Do not put hands of different color
in the same hogshead.
6th 'Do not pnzo Aarcf; simply hand
pack Bright Tobacco In caddies of about
hot) lbs imchj Bright Piebald may be
prized a little heavier, say 800 or 1030
lbs in an ordinary sizod hogshead; the
weight of a common prize beam will make
it heavy enough.
HELLMUT H COLLEGE
Hoard aad Tiilllou par snnum, fiit.
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
lniiaurif J by It. K H I'riucn Arthur, pnard
tad lutlou irannnm, VX I'ritsKjstI, lhl Vry
II l,,llaiulh,U. P., I)aa o(..ftuniais
tnioulMipplrtoMJMvki,Iaao&( Canada
DAILYi PAPER IN.EGpj.
LEGAL.
P
OR MALE.
"William' Bourbon and High Wlata
Distillers-."
AT OA I no, lU.I.IOt?;
uotirrnl formic by thniimlerslxaed oaJlinmest
rwonnblfl ttitaf.
Tho bulhllBg is pew awl complete . taronahtut.
Inalt the modem ImproTcieenU and pplin.;tj
bt such At eiUbllihmont; Islnenraplst runnlni;
order, but Ins never brcn run. The englnt,
marhinofy, und npprMu itencrally are of th
!st ronnvlsctur. r, .
Tho irmlu Inilldloi Is A7 by 44'fct. a4 IhrrvV
loti.shlgh. Tltoileriihet i4l by a net , ih"',
tub Klied Is 07 Iiy It tut, vu'li .hd llnr ctr
fitorr h nh. n
The cuilnn U to Inch cylinder,
s'rtikn.tvio Loiltrs 41 Incbi-. Iiidm
tnd 91 fret Iodu.
Ith .10 inch
dinmalrr, 4 flur',
Tho cfo ty of th rllndlf ryi Ti UirrrrU mi -dsy.
Contiguous to th ill.tiNory rf itn.r bnt
nrehu , nud pn fnr loli.
Ill-b liv.l ihsttoany onoiiditlnalackirynn) '
tlmrilMlllery bulnf nn Itctltr f.piiortnnily for
InlcstmpiUraa U,olTrd than Is found h if, bosh
oniidttltlitthvdtdl'ry bOIMlnit and xpnurttus ,
and the Ivcklloti ifccrAt"l Ctlnl. '
For fnrllir p.srticulirs apply to tli under
rlgnrd t Cairo, or losnillh. ! . ,'tnirnf
Mln und McrKanftrcela. si. I.inii., .Mft.
jnu.v zi, r.A;,Hiir.N,
Cslro, IlIinuN.
T
inivri.r.-s nam;,
Wlir.ss.J.iriH--H. Kerdcnanl Mry V.
ilrn.ol th city of (Mrolcuunly of Alexander end
(tle of lillnrut, by their Crrialo r!al Morljrsite,
U'srlrniiainiiio nin'cmn nuyor reerimry, A I).
Ism, nnd recorded In Nnk "7." or rno;J.K,
inae l.i, in thn recorder' oliw of MvXAUdm:
ciiuly, lllmol", did oontey In ihi lo tiro under.
(Sued ,. H.Jinml, Tritle ror the Lomnieiyial
limnranceC.,i.rClile.i20,the Indeindtet lnu-
ranro;o., of lUirtuii. nnd M, M. .iliore St Co ,
(;iilrno,lli followlnit le crll""! lots or parcel of
Undiu-wlti L.jt niiinbi red eleven (ID in block
niiinlT.d tUtj.lno l)in arid belli) in the
citiifCtlri,Alesnadcr coilnly, llllaoln.
I'rnrided, liijvrrtcr, lint Incusn f defkiill id
tho payment nl three cerlald priulory notes of
the sji.I Jjnies . Ib'ar.len, esoli bearlna oreu
dale with lli Mid wiln morlKnKe, inch Im-Iok for
tlii am of ( lis 11-! ihreo hun'lred rorty-eliiht
nud ll-Hi rlollnr. and liaii more fully
ili-rlbed In -sld mil! rnorlfraue, due and layalda
t . Iho under.iRned A. II. SalTord, friielef .
oi the City Nullum! Hank, Cilro, ith lnter-"t
,at ten Dc rceni. iirrnnniuu irom date, tha the
unoerPiKne.i w 11, niuuru, irn.irr, m. iri,,
rvpicseuUllTe cr allorney, elioul I prr taed nnd
.nil the .aid ltrrnil.e. it. bs .aid f nlo morfzftk
prov Jed, nud axti'Ute, tn tho purclwlstr HOwl'
and niittlfioi't deed, conveying all tho rl?ht and
litlo of tint aalil Jme a. iieerucniinii jiary i
Ilcarden, by .aid aalu morlR.ice, eonieyed to tbe
uiideralgnrd. And wherea-.lefsiiltha been made
inlheiynient of said notes ami Ihe entlro princi-
p.il hll'l iniereei ni riwii i.in-jii unicn, iviiiiii
III" B1IU llllPTII. ... . .
Vn.. ihrereni. nolle,, lit lirribvi; veil, lhatbv
Wrlun of iho term, nnd eandllfon. of said ae
morlgsae, I will, nu Tlmtiday, tho 4th day ol
Hay, Ip7I, nt the .aid prrtnlsis, Iu tho elly nt
Cano, llllniil", utlhuhoiirof ten oVluul,a.iii.. 'i
ali day, n il IHO en mure uioiouin, ui puuim
ic n.luc. in tlm liiuheht Inditrr fur eah In hsiid,
nud villi e.xi'ijuli! and delucr in the purclM.er a
dee I therefor. A. 11. S-.VrOKI.
noriiJ!,,i ami itiii
(lairi ,t CiLtriir, Ally.. apriU'Od
N
OTICE.
United Matea of AmorlCA, Southern District ul
llliuola, si
Whareaa, on tho 10th day of Mnich. A. ll lk7l,
K-lwin A Terr.ll ale.1 a libel in Ihe Di.trlct Court
of I lie United Male lor Ihe tiuuihero Di.tnct ef
lllliiole, against the aleam'ent Olivo Ilranch, her
boai, ta kl't vie., praytug that ih aamo may be
enndemnca laacconlaiici' tsttli the prayerot .aid
I'bel. . , , .
Aud whereaa, by vlrluo of jirocua Iu duo lonn
cf l.iw, tu me directed, returnal.l on Ihe Brl
3!otiday in October, I have netted upon and taken
the aaul aleaiubo.it yi vo llranoti, lirr UuU, Urkle,
rto., and clainianla having given hood I lie aume
waa r.ed I turn my ciutvdy.
.Notice la hereliy Riven thai a Dielrirl Court ol
Ihe United Mal-aulil bo held nt Ihe VuUrit rllatea
couit room In thn oily ol Ualio, on IlinilrU Muu
day iu (n-'iuber, for the trial of the .aid p-emlaes,
anJ ihe owner or owner., and all persona who
luve or claim any Iniere.l therein, re hereby
died lo bo audappt'ar at the tune and plaoe alore
Mid, to aliow cau.e, if any they have, why a
decreo.hould not on rendered m accordance with
thn praer of aal.i 1111.
siircli lal, l7l. JOHN f.. KoUTT, .
U. t. Marshal.
Iiy Peter Saup, Deputy.
JI-sMtsMJIIOX.
Tho copartnership h'rMoforfl elltinit betwosa
1'. K. lvi,lr. dd 1 . W.Kdmund. under the firm
nun.,, of the Cairo Hoi nnd llukel Oo., U this
ilsy dlnolred by inlllukl coiufnl, K. W. K.l
nunri luting sol I his lattrm Uiaraln to J. V
p. K n.l J. W. Leille will continue the
i i.d.ii.. mi.Ur iiiauiiistlrinnunau heretofore.
Ir al. drbia n l collect all thn nul.UndlDKS of
Ilia Ulo tlrm, K. K, I'KKIILIM,
j. i.r.i.ir..
v. w. nmnj.sni.
Cslro. sturehl". 171. mifftllm
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
A.
UA1XEY,
DEALER IN
STOVES
Tluand Hollow Wore, Clothes Wrligers
Toilet Ware, Coul Hods, lire
Shovels, Air Urate,
Manufacturer ol
Tin, Zinc, Copper and Sbeellron
"VAT uO. XI 30.
No. 166 Washington Ave
IIoiiIIiid. Ilutlerliic nml all kind al
loll Work Hani nt Mliorteat Molls.
f.b-Jllf
BOOTS AND SHOES.
yi- KULEB-S,
FASIIIOXAIIUC
BOOT iHD SHOE MAKER
TWENTIETH STREET,
Bctwccu Washington Ave A Poplar St
Uoota and Hliexa Hade laOralar. Vimvm
Wurkiueu aCutploysHl.
Satisfaction Warranted
Patrnnare Kallclt4).
yy.vrEHN, TODD sV CO,
Importers and Jobbers of
RIBBONS, MILLINERY
AND
STRAW GOODS;
409 N. FOURTH STREET,
ST. I.OX7IM,
Have at all lloies a fullaaaortmrDt of fubloa.
Wimble tfoo.U, which' will ka k,.IJ al the lowaat
markvt price. Ordara solicited aud prompiy
auto. ayaiai
IKZ ,
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