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I respectfully aek ot the cltitena of Cairo,
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Office at Firat National Dank
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Nina dlftVsnt kinds
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operated.
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Hole owners of the T.rrllnrl.s nfihn Slates nl
Illinois, Wlncon.mun.l Iowa, on. I Armta fnro'her
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COMMISSION FORWARDING.
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Bueetiaori to E.O. Itendrlckt Co.1
FORWARDING
Commission Merchants
..and..
WUarf - Boat
ItOPRICTORt. -
CAlKO, ILLINOIS. .
libkkax. Awyirriaaj wade ear cov.
WAra prepared to recelre, (tore and forward
freight 1 all polnu, and buy and sell on com.
mialon.' '
WBtulaeM attended t.i with Dromptnen,
QLOSE A VINCENT,
COMMISSION
MERCIIANTN,
and dtalm in
ime, Cement, Plaster Paris
AND
PLAKTERER'M HAIR.
Cor. 8th Ntrect aHd OliieLerce
OAIRO ILLINOIS.
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jyILLEK Ac PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
Forwarding Merchants
DEALERS IN
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HA V,
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No., 8 Ohio Itevee
'CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
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COMMISSION
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And Dealer In
Flenr, Meal, Hay, Corn, Out),
uron.
Cor.lOth St.&Ohio Levee
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
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And Agnla o
OHIO RIVEIt AM) KANAWHA
SALT COMPANIES
JSTo. 70 OHIO IiBVBB
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
Z. V. Mathusa.
B. 0. Uhl
jATHUSS A; UHL,
FLOUR
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Commission Merchants
68 Ohio Lotcc, 1st National Bank
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peeial attention siren to the purchase and ale
yy OOD 'RITTENHOUSE w
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General Commission Mercbar.t
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SATURDAY.
Gonobkm tdjouroed on the 20tb.
Pkokma muni Idok out. Nilwon haa
inrestcd f 130,000 in real estate in Bos
ton,', PatsiDKNr Grant Jias usued a
proclamation calling an extra scsBion
pi la iMtiato otiiUiaautn t May.
A cable telegram announces that
variaa tlieoldgian, lias been czcomnH
nicated. by the, Popo J ,
St. IxODlu Is in daily expectation of a
visit from Prciidejt Grant. It isto bo
on private business and will last four or
five days.
Thk value of real, estate in Now
York city is steadily decreasing, and
rents nro lower than at any time fiinco
tlio cloeof the war.
iiuusv, wjr a v.uio uj vo yeas to
74 nays, agreed to the conference report
'Oil fllft Kll.fClnr liill .till It rnnnlvn'il
rr..w it i . . ... 1 1' i - .
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the approral of the President just be
fore the adjournment of Congress.
Loud Tknterex has declined the
honor of a rcrcption and banquet, by
the Masons of Baltimore. This city
is to be tho iccuo of tho grand triennial
convocation of tho order in September
next. Preparations, on a large scale
are being made for the affair. Many
entire commanderies are expected to
be present, some of which trill bo en
tertained in Washington city.
Father Furcell read tho Democratic
..vnv. mV W. . UHUCIUf OO. f.l I. U 1111 -
on, on Sffnday week, and advised them to
"vawt for Ivery-wan o' thirh jintloman, be
orra." Ckitago Pott
Why not? Jather d'uiccll must
have followed the example of the Re
publican OQmuilUco of Wmatuugton city,
who ha4.th$ir .circulars read in tte.
colored churches. ,Thesc cuciuarsta4;
monished the. votersiof tho congrega
tion not to. "scratch'1 tho Republican
ticket.
The closing scene on tho floor of ,the
House was a quarrel, which, nearly
reached a personal encounter, between
Farnsworth and Butler. Tho former
charged Butler with embezzling tho
funds of tho National Soldiers' Asylum,
and perjury. Beck informed tho
IIouso that ho had seen barnsworth
shako his fist under Butler's nose, in
the committee room in the presence of
fifteen members of the IIouso and But
ler did not resent it. And so the cur
tain fell,
IIonsKKEEPEUS whoso souls have
been tried in the endeavor to mako'old,
tough fowls "cat" liko spring chickens,
will thank us-for the following .
"If a bou's spur is bard, and tho icalcs
on tbo logi rough, 'sho is old, whether you
teo the head or not; but tho bead will
corroborate 'your ootcrvatlon. If the un
der bill is so stiff that you cannot bend it
down, und the comb thick and rouch,
leave hor, no matter how fat and plump,
for tomo ono less particular. A young
hen has only the rudiments of spurs; the
icalcs on tho legs nro smooth, glossy, and
fresh-colored, whatever the color
limy bo; tho claws, tender and short;' tbo
nails sharp ; tbo under-bill toft ; and tho
comb thin and smooth. An old hon-tur-key
has rough scales on the legs, callosities
on thoBole.i of tho feet, and strong claws;
a young ono has tho rovorsa of nil theso
marks. "When tho feathers aro on, and
tbo old turkey-cock bns a long tuft of
beard, a young ono hns a sprouting ono;
and when they are off, tho itnooth scales
on tbo legs decido tbo point, besides tho
diuor$nce in sizo 01 mo waiwesoi.mouPCK,
opd I". tVo clastic shoot upon tho noso. An
old gooio when alivo is known by the
rough legs, tho strength or tho wings,
particularly at tbo pinions, tbo thickness
and strength of tho bill, and tho fineness
of tbo feathers; and when plucked, by tho
legs, tho tenderness of the skin under tho
wings, by tho pinions and tho bill, and tho
coarseness ot tho skin. Ducks aro distin
guished by tho samo moans, but;tbbro is,
this, difference that n" "duckling's bill is
much longer in proportion to tbo breadth
than the old duck. A young pigeon is
discovered by its palo color;, smooth,
scales, tonder, collapsed feet, and tho yel
low long down interposed among its
feathers. A pigeon that can fly, lm al
ways red-colored legs and no down, and Is
then too old for use."
NOTES ipF.THE. DA V. ,
Arizona contains 7b,'000l000 acros. Is
Mlnsters,ar.or8id tf(bo.tho longed-liveQ1
,i It casMioin'.Caoaa to.caH rfiarrua;
"batd.tiM.ded' idiot." u V1
-Iowa proposes-to-mamifacturc sugar
largely froro'.tho boxkedar.treS.f "
An Iowa church has excelled" a'df aeon
for attonding a base b'aTl 'maAch. A '
when be Is in a hurry, signs it XX,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, APRIL 2,
I r Loulsyflle polico, c6Uxts:have vagrants
named Pjllllp do Couwyj to'doal'witb,
Nevtr have a woodonleg made of oak,
because tho oak Is apt to produce a corn.
Out In Kaurfas.apoadler insulted lady,
and her 'tin-yaarld Wled him with
small shot. (
A fo'iirtecn-year-o'ld girl In Cincinnati
cowdldcd a young loafer who had mado.
remarks about hor.
A man went up In balloon Jan nary 1,
from Messina., lio.bam't come down yet,
so far as heard from.
Tho'Selma, (Alabama) polico aro com
plaining tbat the town is so orderly that
ihoy havej nothing to do.
The street lamps of Eransvllle aro to
dirty tbat people have' tl op6n Ihem to see
whether thecal is lighted cr not.
!I "Charley Wifley'ahdMri. Har-
leuii.yi .j: lurvifvo, aifcu hi uiiu
John U cleaning the ancestral shot-gun
to go hunting for them.
A Philadelphia paper says that ritual-
ism lias sustained a cbeck'tn that city in
the election' of low church vestries at tho
recent parish meetings.
Mr. Constant of Michigan, soaktd bis
bed clothing with kerosene, got In and
covered up, and then set Are to it. And
thus ended hfi yotins'life. ' "
A number of cotton planters havo
turned tbclr attention to sugar in Louisi
ana.. . It estimated that tbo crop will
give 200,000 liocshcads this season.
We get the news by way of lloston tbnt
a man in tbircHy 'lias just paid $30 to a
New York steamship company for tho
passage of a dog across the ocean.
Hero is the latest scbool-boy's composi
tion s VTho.Throat A tln-oat Is conTcn-
iont to have, especially to roosters and
ministers. Tho former cats corn and
crows with. It; the latter preaches through
Wn and then tics it up "
"Do you say that as a lawyeror a man?"
exclaimed an exasperated witness-whom a
barrister was cross-examining. "If you
say it as a man it's k lio and a slander;
but if you say it as a lawyer it is not, of
the slightest consequence.''
A Canadian in Portland who got a jug
tilled at a Portland drug store, 'from a pre
scription reading "spirits fcrmenti," was
nearly poisencd to d-ath by taking a
drink of If. Ho thought ho was getting
whliky, but it was furnituro varnish..
Is iibowlbla'tbattMrerunel,-atid bal
lot-box stufllpg Ji a ve beojijintroduced Into
church elections? St. Clement's Church,
Philadelphia, lately held nn election for
vestrymen," at which six Totes we ro .cast
out; and tho opposition nro talking of
jtio warranto and such like.
They tell of nn old conductor out AVost
who engaged in other business, but never
could lea vo off old tricks. Every timo ho
heard a bell he would Jump up and shout
"all aboard," and be would go about tbo
office at Intervals and try, to collect faro of
his assistants.
Tbcy have the champion typo-sottor In
Georgia. Hero is tbo latest feat: "The
President of tbo Atlanta Printors' Union
'sot-up' C8.400 cms In ono day, which at
Savunnah prices would net him $34.80."
This Is certainly very aslonHhing. Tho
only drawback is, that everybody that
knows anything about setting typo will
khbwUbat the feat is an impossible one.
NEW3 FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
. H . dtj qyonr.
On Priday last Mr. John Ward, of this
city, fell from n wagon nnd fractured his
collar bone.
The 7Vfitm makes an item out of tbo
fact that Du Quoin has threo city express
wagons.
On Wednesday evening next, b dramat
ic performance by ladies and gentlemen of
tho city, is to bo glvn in tho City Hall,
tho 'proceeds. to l--devotod to charitable
purposes'. ' '
Anew coal inifio has bcon opened' L'
miles west of tho town, on tho largo filrm
of DoWitt Blawson, on tho line of I). and
S. I. ltallroad
OOLCOSDA.
Golconda Is soon to tako a voto whother
tlio children of Us citizens shall havo moro
than six months' school lr. tho year.
Gypsies aro, in and about Golconda, who
for tbo sum of ono dollar, "pull asido tho
veil of tho future!"
The building of tho Methodist Episco
pal churoh odiflco is progrosfing favor
ably, A letter recently passud through the
postoffloof tho above-named town, with tbo
following address : "Glvo this a start und
send Ustraiaht.to Sbandsvillo City n tho
.SucketState, where JDrtvid,.iIall .bo may
bo found eictjng some young lady 'round.
POLITICAL NOTES.
Uut-
lor of tho Canadian parliament. 1
Petor's
oyes aro not twisted much, howeyor and
A Ropubliyan f9rroipond.cntsaysl)o"nas
bJen';'',Wateitih2'tnb,6enitto for four earj,
and navr'aw .o bad. at countonan,co as
that of Senator. Morton, of Jndjana,", ,
ores mo proposition to ciiniiBu""o
of Davis county to Lincoln county.
1871.
A compromise was finally mado and tho
county named Cass.
B. F. Mudgett, lalo assistant appraiser
at Now York, recently wrote a manly let
ter of resignation to Secretary .Boutwoll,
who rofuscd to accept the resignation, and
dismissed him from tbo office.
JndgoGrovor, of the New York court of
appeals, has refused to accept from tho Log
Islaturo tbo sum of $2,600 for traveling ex
penses on ho ground that ho cannot help
saving $4,000 or $5,000 n year out 6f his
present liberal salary.
Soma of tho department clerks at Wash
ington havo' been unearthed who havo not
voted since 1830 and 1840. Tho Radical
sheet which, mentions this fact naively
adds '1tmay'bo supposed they will now
JiSyfuIlc-pt tho drat occasion to vote
the Itopubtlcan ticket."
L. D. Ilingham, of tho Lansing (Michi
gan,) JlepublieanfXLr. Clutc, of tho Threo
ltivers Etpbrter, Mr. Stone, of the Kala
mazoo .Telegraph, ilr. Hamilton, of tho
Mnnroo Gimtrcal, and Mr. Reynolds,
of tho St. Joseph 7Var(ryare till , post
masters. Tbo Indianapolis Journal says "Let Ro-
publicans remember that It is n bazar-
doiu thing inn republic to attempt to
irect a set Imago of an kind lieforo
which every kneo'sball bow ns the test of
fealty. When that is dono, tbcro will al
ways bo Sbadrachs, Mcshechs, and Abcd
negos'to troutlo.tho roynl conscience."
The uvo years'-rulo of tho carpet-baggers
In'tho South, now happily drawing
to u close, hns almost Impovcrisbod that
section. North Carolina has been plunged
into a debt of $19,000,000; Georgia Into n
debt of $40,000,000; Florida, $5,000,000 ;
South Carolina, nearly $20,000,000; Lou
isiana, $12,000,000; Arkansas, $5,000,000;
Mississippi, $8,000,000; Toxas, $7000,000;
Alabama, $3,000,000; Virginia, $33,000,
and Tennesiee, 30,000,000. Huro Is a
debt of nearly $200,000,000, mostof which
is due to the corruption and speculation of
the characterless .adventurer who havo
bad possession of the southern stated gov
ernments since th'ocloao of the war.
THE MAN-WOLF.
Who SI e II and Wliat He la.
Frpmedo Ketro't Kreo Treaa.
Earlv last winter, parties llvlnc acveral
miles from Windsor discovered In tho
woods, buddlcd up against a or In a vain
effort to get warm, a curious kind of beaston
man, one can scarcely tell which. Though
"If Is ftjurfully iluforined, hU hunila cov
ered with long, coarso hair, face grown
full of rank wbUknrs, eyes looking liko
those of a wolf, and his present captors
are f-aid to trat him more liko a dog than
a poor unfortunato lunatic. After being
on exhibition in Windsor for a fow days,
tho "man wolf," os he was named was
brought over here, and is at present on
Michigan avenue in charge of parties
who intend to travel with him as a "show"
this summer. It is tho general opinion
that tho strange being is tho man who es
caped from tho lunatic asylum at Maiden
lust fall, but this is an error. Tbo fugitivo
was a strong, tali man, standing very
stiff and erect, whereas this specimen is
badly doformcd, and would not havo bcon
capaulo of making tho stout resistance and
tho rapid flight made by tbo lunatic in
question, lint how tho being came in tho
vicinity of Windsor no ono is ablo to
tell, or at least has not rt in
formed tbo public. A man' named Scth
Narmore, from Sarnin, was at tho Central
Station yesterdav, and after paying a visit
to the keeping place of the strange crea
ture, returned nnd reported that bo be
lieved ho know its history. Somo three
years since, a man named llosscommon,
living about, twelve miles from Sarnin, re
ceived in charco from his brother at Mon
treal, a lunatic, supposed by outsiders to
be somo mcmbnr of tho fumilv. although
Roscommon was not communicative "of
facts. Tbo lunatic was at first confined
in a chamber of thohouso, but bo attracted
so much attention tromthonassors-by, nnd
so disturbed tho inmates of tho houso, that
a small build inir was soon built for bis os
pcclul kooplng. Very few peoplo ovor
suw mo unioriunnio, uiu nuiiun-u, m
farmers passing by used to hour him
scream and beut tho walls of his prison.
At length ono" night bo mudo his
escape, and Rosscommon whs com
polled to ask tho assistance of his
neighbors to tccuro him. They found him
in a swamp, catinc bark and" roots, but
ho oxhlbited tho utmost ferocity when an
attempt was mado to catch him, Anally
leaving tuo swamp wnen a coupio oi aogs
woro sent in after him, and ono of tlio
scars on his faco was .roceivod while tbo
men woro binding him. Mr. Narmoro
wus ono of tho pursuors, and ho is quito
posltlvo that this "man-wolf" is tho iden
tical lunatic, as tbnt ono did finally muko
good his escape, and no ono was ablo to
hunt mm uown.
It is aisorted, and Jt has been reported
to tho superintendent of polico, that tbo
"owners" of this stranger do not treat him
as thoy should. Ho is kept chaiuod a good
shnro of tho time, and tho rough boys-of
tho neighborhood aro allowed to tease and
vox him. If thoro Is good reason for bo
lluving that ho has escaped from tbo lu
natic asylum, there ought to bo an Inves
tigation made by tho police,, or some prop
er officlal, Without doubt, ho Is crazy, as
well as fiorco and ravenous,, and It would
bo only htimano and docont for him to be
takon from his prosont owners and sent
to tbo county houio or Iniano asylum,
ALMOST A CATASTROPHE.
Kxrltlnr'Bcenn In Ml, Mary'a Itoman
Catiinllo Cliuroh, IlrooklynA Doxpu
g'hl'itreii Crowiieil Tltli Flame.
Nrom tho.Npw Xfkernld, A.ril 17.
. JElii io'r.Ylco's at;St,Wary?s.Hlurcb, -Vil-Uamsburg,
yesterday,, woro of a very Im-'
.prehivo piiturp, and ,the, cdipewas dense-,
ly 'crowded. J Aflor a'.'rotroat of threo.
days,ispent in tho closest contemplation of
th!) sacred mysteries, In wlit!h':a;urcnt
number of , tho children ana..qyeraUdult
of tho parish we'ro about to partUarate, all
made the requisite preparations and ap
PNLY
peared In tho Tabornaclo of Pbnancd at 3
o'clock in tho morning. At that hour ,$t
nunmor oi male converts woro ooing oap-
iizeu at tho altar by tho Uov. Jonn .
McDonald, pastor of tho church, whoa: 'a
beautiful procession of young girls, robed
In whlto and draped In gauzo volls, gUfdcd
by tbo Sisters of St. Joseph nnd followed
by boys of tho school, under tho direction
of tho Brothers of St. Francl". cnterod the
church, each girl carrying alighted taper.
Tho suono at this tlmo was deeply Impres
sive, when It suddenly changed to one 6(
terror. The flame of a candle borrio-bv
ono of the little girls in.thn 'procession set
fire to hor veil, when from veil to veil
nearly half-wnvdown tho middle aisle tho
demon of fire seemed to lean and de
vour as it leaped, igniting liko a train of
gunpowucr. Tho children, somewhat
panic-stricken, broke ranks and rushed
toward tho grand altar, whero the! bap
tismal water was thrown urion themi and
scvoral gentleman of tbo congregation lore
tno ourning vein from them, unly three
oi uio cnnuren fullered from inn names
and theso onlv sliehtlv. wbllo alafio num
ber lost their vol's and a portion ot fheir
nair. i no remarkable prcsonco or minci
exhibited by Father McDonald on this
occasion doubtless prevented a very serious
panic. Ho ordered tho mass to tirocced.
directed tho choir to sing nn enlivening
anthem, nnu commnnucil the congregation
to remain seated whllo bo himself ctintln-
ucd'with tho baptismal ceremonies. Tho
sceno of terror over, first communion, the
most important ovent in tho lifo of the
young Catholic, was administered to about
400 children, ns well as to several adult
converts who bad been baptized a short
tlmo previously. Tho ronowal of thoTinp
tlsmal vow was then mado bv each, after
Father McDonald ncdresscd them on tho
soloinnltv nnd imnortnncocf tbo occnslons
and earnestly besought tbem nover to vio
late tbo promlso thoy bad mado at confes
sion ana baptism.
. At 3 o'clock in tbo afternoon, tho Rt.
Rov. Tlishop Laughlln administered tho
rito oi tho continuation to tlio 40U commu
nicants of the morning, and delivered an
address explanatory of that rue.
J6?Thn Now York correspondent of
,tho Hyracuso-Journtt gives tho following
in roforencoto Colonel John nays poem,
"Jim Rludso," which has ben criticised
as faulty in making tho engineer do the
pilot's work in keeping ma ourning steam
er's nozzle agin tbo bank," while tho crow
and passongers scrambled ashore. Tbo
writer snvs: It is generally tho pilot's
business to do this, bv skillful manipula
tions of tho whoel : but in tho caso of tho
Prairio Hello the tillor ropes woro burned
nwav. and as tho paddle-wheels of Missis
sippi boats work Independently, "Jim
Bltidso." who remained at his post, was
able, bv skinful inanaeemcnt, xo supply
their nlaco. nnd keen tho boat's bend to
tboshoro. This is a true story, and tbo
report that "Dludso" knocked out a plank
irom tho starboara stuo ana swam ,uown
to'Natohez, and that tho story of his hero
ic death was a put-up Job to onablo him to
get ridofhia wifo in Piko, is one of those
wicked and detcstnblo slanders which smie
men dollght in disseminating for the pur-
pofo oi destroying raitb in numan nature.
EST" A curious instance of tlio demands
of royal ctiqucUo occurred at tbo opening
day of tho Royal Albert Hall, in London,
a tew days since. Tho quoen nnd royal
household honored tbo occasion with their
presence, among whom wns tho Princess
Louise, .Marchioness ot l.orno, accompa
nied, not by hor young' husband, but by
hor brotbor, whilo hor husband, undor tbo
merciless rulo ot royui tisiige, waikeu
somo ranks uclilnu her in tno pngean
. c .. .l. ,1..t. ,i ,11
BLVUU UIU1 b t.UIll 11U1 Uli bllU UI119, ,,.,v.
not sit in tho samo box with her. Tho
vounir maroufs ovldentlv ncconted tho sit'
ution ns n matter of course, and gazed upon
his wife irom n distanco with calm resig
nation. o
ITryll.
it is nmusintr tbat tbo foeblo should tot
ter, with uncertain steps, ovor tho faco of
the eartn, in uangcr overy any oi laning
victims to the morbid Inuucnecs by wnicn
wo aro all surrounded, when attested and
proven vegetable tonic, capnblo of endow
ing them with the vigor they need, Is pro
curable In every city, town and sottlomtint.
It might rcusonobly bo thought that after
tho twelvu years' experience which" tho
world has had of Hostotter's Kilters, all
would know that its ofltct is to provent
disease.
At certain seasons tho atmosphere Is sur
charged with the seeds of Intermittent, re
mittents, rheumatism, pulmonary disorders
bilious complaints and tho like. Persons
whoso nervous systems nro rolnxcdaro tho
first to succumb to theso distemper.
Rrnco up tho physical enerirloa then with
this potential vtgotablo tonic. It U tho
most powerful rcctipcrant which tho botan
Iq kingdom has over yielded to patient re
search nnu experiment. Try it. i no
blindest' disciplino of tho old medical
dogmns will at loust admit that a tonlo
and alterative, compounueu oi nnproveu
herbs, roots and barks can do no harm,
whilo tho testimony of thousands invites
n trial of its virtues.
Vigor is tbo thing most needed In theso
enses as well as in dyspepsia and nervous
affections, and Hostotter's llittors is tbo
safest, surest and most wholcsomo strength
ening preparation th.it human skill has
yet concocted. .
Uundri'ds of physicians havo abandoned
all tbo officinal receipts and prescribed
this harmless tonic as a preventive anil euro
for nil cases of chills and fovor.
nprlBeodw&dlw
mAX PLKOIlANElt'.S (
X TICE.
To Marmaduko B. Kn. milliter: You ir hereby
notified lliat at naale id reul eatnte mndobrthM
HherKT of Alexander County. Illinois, at tho door
of tho court home, in the city of Cairn, County of
Alexander and btrfte of llllnola, onthetflh day of
July, A, X). iniiv, ine iiii.ieiHinnaa pnrcitaion in"
following deeribed real eatule, eituatod in unid
County, for the linen, luteroat and oot. duo
thereon, lor the year A. I). W, to.wlt i l.oii (lil)
twemy-ne' and (21) twenty.two in lilock iiiiin
bernl (3d) thirty, In'tho oity ot Cairn, taxed lu the
name ofMormaduliB'H. Kinminrr and thai tie
tune allowed bv law foe the redeini'tmn t wd
rval fatal will e'xrire. on the "iTtli l y't July, A
i). mi.
THOMAS W. IH I.I.I PAY,
nrlllc3t
I'llrl'ltus
XT'
DONTRKiS,
HANDBILLS. giRCMLAIS
IZOAs'AWnMMERCIAL JOv
vuihvio
DAILY PATER IN "KGYPT.
T.E.G,L EXT.EBjfitlSJEoj
is
OMAH, NfBRASkA,
Mny25th,'J87I c
IS AID Of A PUHLICj LIBRARY
Ticket a Two Dollar a Eaclt IlsUvf a On
. ifoiinr ivncfl. .
. ' ft ' ?t'
n-TKI cnterariso will 'be conducted In a pre
cKely slinilar manner to tliucf tlin.lnlo'Ornnil
0. ft Concert of llin, Mercantile, Library Aitola.
tlon, or San Franclicn. which cave aach unlrerfsl
satiifactlon. j , tt
OnoChanrolia Eyery Thlrty-BtRht..
1 Ch Gift .
1 Cash run
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i sh oirt(stitt .
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19 O th (iifti, 2.V) eaci
'.'') Daoh nlfia, 1UI raeli,,,,, ,.,..
60 Cash OM-, Ul ch....
loo ah Olfis, so each
109 Caeh Rltte, U each..,
l()"0.Ca Gifts, 10 each.
1(KU CmIi Olfti, each.... nn
211(t Gifts, hmounlinjr to jiw.ouo
Which will I illtlnbiitnl hjr cnnnce amg the
ticket holder, by tho Mutunl Aid Aao)ation of
Umaha.
Rr.rBENCU M R. Brock, ll.fl. llnrslinl1. office,
Omnhm Dlgar .ttjrikl, lalo Union 1'adflo lull
mail ORIei-, Omaha! J. Tuiner, Doputrl'i H. Jlar
thl, Omaha; J. Doyle, l'ostofllce, Oiniha. Neb.
(iood reihonslbleapenti wantrd. I.lbei'alcum
mission allowed. Aihitear,
I.VFOUI) tCO., Uusinesa Managers,
Omah.t, Nebraska.
T
tAXWOTIOK.
Notice Is hereby siren to tho following -named
neraonn and all others tnterested.Tli.: Amos
run v. Mather.' I:elrt ortlieir rerromnUllTe..
John Schrodcr'a helra or their reprccntatiT,
ml Samuel llcvllltlar. that Charles Korreat did at
a public eileollaniNand town andcity.lotaforthe
laxea.lntere.t nd costs dne thereon 10 theStato
of llllnola anil County of Alexander, levied, as
e.ed nn,l inted f.irttin year A. I). 166. held at the
court homo in tho city of Cairo, la etdCouniv
nnil Slate, on tno xuin nay ot juit, a. u. iu,
iiire.hna.ft tho fnllowlns il5crlbod traotlor par-
celaoflaml sltuato In said county tor tho auma
ect opponlto r aid tracM or parcel ot iana reapeci.
Uely. The eald tructa orparceli of laud burins;
Decn aareaseu, iax-a nnu b'mh in ui.ii.iuvaui
peruana aa rat lorth In tho list below preceding
OQaei:npiiou ui .iu .iw.s iwv.
via: - "
Am't IC1S- ISSSSJ1
.old for DoW.B-,N'
r'Acre':--?:sg
f 1 1 1 1 1
Itange.;
TJTTT
Township- -25
Section...! jjjl'
a
Part of Section ?
a a a Z'fi
3351.5
I j J
In whoe --.c
namca.auised. jj''
That the acioral certificatei of purchase fnr ssid
landa havo been duly assigned by raid Charlei
Forrest, purchaser, to me the undersigned, and
thai th time lor tho ndeiniitlon of aald lands
from said aula will einlro on and with the 29th
day ol July, A. D. 1871. C. WINSTON,
Assignee ni onariei rorreai.
Cslro. Illinois. Anrll. 17. Wl. aprlBdSt
T
AX NOTICE.
Notice is hereby ciyin to the following named
Gorsnnn, acd all others Interested, yn.: Wm. 11.
mxcll'a otato or Ha represontatlf e Taylor t
I'arton and Mathers heirs, or their repreaeuU
tUe., that Chart 'a Forrest did at a publlo sale of
l.iii lb nii't town and city lots, forthe taxes. Inter.
et and cost dun ihoreon to tho Htato of Illinois
and County ol Alexander, lev! d,asotse I and tax.
ed tor tho year A.U.lSOS.heldat the court house in
trie ci y of Cairo, in said County and Hute. on tho
woi.tyixlh(2dth)d.iyof July, A. D. 1509, pur
chased tlio f llowii'g describe I tracts or paicels
of land altuatcuj lu aid County, fur tho sums set
opposite to said tracts or parcels of land rs
lieobvfly. Th caid tracts or parcola of Isnd
hsving U'en assessed, taxtid and sold In the namea
of tbo persons as set loth In the list below
preceding tho description of aald tracts and par'
eels of Und, via.: J
Am't
Cu.
Dels.
SS3RSS;
sold for
mim
iU-Hi
iNo.Acres.,
i r i t "i"i' i
Is it It It kjs
Mange.,
I I I I M I I
Township,,
i (90 JCCIOU
Section...
I JJJJJ '
"fltifiaSfi
'II I . l
Part of fccllon.
33B3B
.(x ' ia whoso, f
lOfd St w
Als.i, tl(i!li8 eeyeral certincates.of purchase for
eahl Uridthas-O been duty ii'ncd 6J nail diaries
ruurst. ,u mi', vnu uuuf isiiiiitt, aim inai inn
tiniefar the roUeuiptum (if, mid lands fiom aald
iiloWlll Sxplrobn and With tlie fiihilnypf July,
aflMMI. ' VI WltTl.,
Cnl.o. Illinois. Aiu l' in n-ida
AS'iarnco ni manes r rresi.
I? I I I I I
.e.cBt
V 9 anailVfsvtBVM.
f I,
groitii liift-aiii
'rt-ttft'. an I Vbjrilf t; Jldnicji4h'oVwR4llons
to good nnts; wlio 'aro wa tel,KoVV'..en-
Sfrm
fnffiimp.o niitlU, to UngHl Aduip.i, l.S
Madison Direct, CniMo, Illinois, aprauJU
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