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'From the School Visitor. ( k
Wc would liavo this word in it conspicuous
place In every school room. Knrncst, closo
thinking, Is the grnnd secret of great Intel
lectual attntnuicntfl. Ho person over heenme
a ripe scholar without much thought ; and
the reason why so few reach even the half
way house, ihllitf rugged piith up the hill of
sclencejs, the great aversion to intellectual
labd, 1)o common to tlio majority of iimn
kind. Thinkers arc scarce as gold ; and wo
bcllcvo aro growing scarcer every day. The
minds of children lit school arc led too much
from without, and languish on weak and im
perfect foodl Thoy urd too imtctt like yonng'
birds, 'Whltli ttt stated hitervuls open' vklo
their mouths to receive the partially digest
ed food disgorged from the parent bird.
Teachers teach too much ; they cxplnin un
til theru Is nothing left to hang a thought on.
Thoy deal too much In rules and definitions,
and too llltlo in reasons and principles.
They ask too many "hows?" and too few
"whys?" Thcyullow u frequent repetition
of words, without any associated idem.
"That words ure signs of ideas, seem to
have escaped the kuu of the teacher ami pu
pil. Neither of them read the wrUingH of
Milton and his cotemporarlcs, with half the
interest they do the "Melodies of' Mother
History, ancient and modern, stands no
chance by the side of SInbadthc Sailor,"
or nn account of the last "Prize right."
The work of men of tnio genius and cul
tivated Intellect, of the present day, o full
of rich thought and exalted ideas are neglec
ted j while the puerilities of the "yellow
covered,'' nnd abominations of Police litera
ture, are devoured with avidity. The first
class of wrltlngi re(pilro thought and atten
tion to bring out all their beauties; the less
thought bestowed upon the last the better.
TeuchorM aro In a measure responsible for
mental indolence. Lasinesi is tnvght In
many of our common schools. Indolent hab
its nre formed and strengthened there. Nt-cd
wc say It Is the teaeher'H duty to form In his
pupils correct habits of thought, as well us of
speech and action?
This has been done by teachers, and can
bo done again, nnd we purpose to show in
our next number how It lias been done, and
how it may be done njjaln, and always, by
any teacher who has n fair amount of ability.
Our space will not allow tm to pursue the
.subject further In thii number.
The I'owrr of Education.
"Thus with the Lord, Let not the wise
man glory In his wisdom, neither let thu
mighty uuu glory in his might, let not the
rich man glory hi his riches; but lethiui that
glorlcth glory In this, that he undrrstandeth
and knoweth Me, that I am the Lonl which
exercise loving klndnefs, judgment in right
eousness in the earth : for in these thing I
delight saith the Lord." Jku. D : 2.1, 2 .
Men arc to made that they must need glo
ry In something. If thev take pride In im an
things, It degrades them; if in noble tliiu,
it exalts them. A man's wealth, a mini's
power, a man's happiness, do not stand In
external things. A man may surround him
eelf with the endless eHects ol labor, skill
and persevering industry; but that does not
make him strong; but if he has In him
self the causo which wrought oiu these ef
fects, the cause makes him strong nnd rich.
Kducatloti develops men; but education
never creates anything. It Is all in the man,
nnd all the' education in the world doesnoth
lng but derelop that which man already has.
Happiness is not that which Is outside, but
that which Is Inside of us. Wc carry the se
cret nrour ImppIiicjiiiYvStlilri ourselves. Not
what a man has thought, but his power still
to think, is his measure. Not what a man
has i rented, but his ednrnttd power still to
create, measures him. Not what the hands
have accumulated, but, tho skill, tho power
and the will still to accumulate, measures tho
mau. Down under all, below all uchtcr
meut, lies the secret of manhood.
The doer Is still greater than the deed.
When you have seen all that Michael An
gelo has built vou feel that he was nobler
than all his building. When you have read
all that Shakespeare ever wrote, you feel
that he was himself a hero, greater than all
his heroes. For what the faculties work up
on nro perishable: itls matter. It heaps up,
it fashions, It builds, it carves, It adorns ; but
all that it fashioned, and built and carved,
and adorned is still dust; while the builder's
soul, tho poet'tt mind untouched of earth, it
spiritual nnd Immortal.
Hut with what a subtle species of idolatry
do wo still defy the effect without going back
to the cause. Wo forget the man in the ef
fect he secures. Every man carries In his
own bosom that which Is his real wealth
and glory tho power to produce. Men are
great by virtuo of this power not of effect.
They arc prosperous not by the things for
tuitously or designedly heaped up around
them, but by tho power which is developed
within them. Ukkciikh.
Religion of the World
Tho latest nnd most accurate census of the
whole human family gives nearly eight hun
dred millions ; or, perhaps, seven hundred
nnd soventy-flve millions would be more cor
rect. If tho religious sects of Brahmanlsm
and Hudhlsin, (which are essentially the
Eamc,) and which occupy the most of Asia
and its Islands, aro reckoned together, they
make two hundred and seventy millions; and
aro more numerous than any other. Tho
christian sects form the next highest number,
being computed nt two hundred nnd fifty or
sixty millions. Of these, thu Roman Catho
lics aro tho most numerous, being about one
hundred nnd thirty millions; the Greek
Church' half that number ; and the protest
ants nearly tho same. Tho Mahometans aro
computed at quo' hundred millions,' nnd Pa
ans at, ono hundredi or ono hundred and
fifty millions. When will the1 light of the
glorious gospel.'' shine an theso Ignorant
nations of tho earth f Human efforts alone
cannot bo expected to accomplish the work
In many centuries. And yet tho object la
worthy ofr.calqus exertions, and It must by
the prayer of every sincere Christian. " The
kingdom come.' '
Whin Doti Education Commence!
Education docs not commence with the
alphabet. It begins with a mother's look;
with a father s nod of approbation, or his
Klgn of reproof; with a sister's gentle pressure
of tho hand, or a brother's noblo act of for
bearance ; with a handful of flowers In' green
anddaly'incadow8; with a-hlrd's nest, wir
mired bTit-ndt torched f 'with pl'easVnt walks
In shady lanes ; and With thoughts directed,
in sweet and kindly ttfnea and words, tona
turo, to beauty, to nets' 'of benevolence, to
deeds of virtue, and to tho sourco of all good 1
to God himself!
Chumpagne and 'other sparkling wlnos
,Tie to. l1"-through the tropics to reach
California, and It la assejje$itihujljluring the
Toyage the gaserf tindergo'so great an exptuv-j
slon as to force-out thb9content,s (f tho .liot
tlcs past tho cork aud' I(, e of one
hundred and fifty flas98l. 1pUr.j(,rting t am.
tain a do,wr quart bottleB of chnmpagne
each, recently' impartetl by a San Francleeo
house, It was found that In thirty-four cases
tho wlnohad nlmost wholly cscaiied. leaving
tho cork nnd fastcnlntrs intact.
CfinntXTED DAILV FOR THE KVEXIHO Dl'LtETIK.J
OAiWttlf, Felirunry 25, 18fi9.
Col ii nud KxcbMge.'
Oold, buying, premrum. 33k
Oold, YltiKi nternlittll v,....'...- r-t.'ii&
Hllver, Felling.!,..... .'.....'.-,...',.,..,.,h,.m ....
7iW York Kxelinnkr, bnvln,..........par to t ills.
New Vork Kxclmnge, selling. ,. ..:..i...partol-3prem.
City Hcrlp, bityln.. ; CO
City Scrip, selling C2.
City lloniU, buying 4050
City lloruK fi41liiK..., rn tt)Uw
(flinty OnltTK, btiyiHK....iM.....n 70
Comity onlem, Helling TQyw
United htnten llonds bought At nlxiut U percent.
IrM than New York rpi6tntlons. '
Oold Coupons per cent lens tlin;oId.
CAIRO DAILY MARKET.
OrilcEor tub Etehino Jlf.i.irrin, ,,,) ,
Cairo, February 21,' ISW.'t
(! recti, choice, per Mil
ri ." . i n
1 OO 4 W I
vs a ao
Choice,in firkins unit tubs, per lb,
Ordinary, In tlrklni, per lb
India, per yard 24 25
.....,),, ,, jiiru.........(....., .,.,.
.New Ounnles, each.......
New llurlnpK, i'iu:)i , ,.. ,
Ohio nnd Now Turk Factory, per lb
Western IteHcrra, per lb
l'mo Apple, per lb ..........
l'riinu to choice ltlo, per lb
Common to fair ltlo, per lb..,.
Fresh bolted, per bbl ...M
htrnm or kiln dried, per bbl
Star, light weight
I'cachcs, quarter nnd halves, per lb....
Apple, per lb ;
1'iu'kf.i, icrdo.-n, shippers' count,.
2.1 (J 2
18 (3 19
Mackerel, No. 1, per bbl..... fit fioyii W
I1U .lUi KT IMl. .... INI
do .No. :i, perbM 1(J (fj
llll .V), 1, lilts ,
do No. 2, kits
do No. 3, kit...
Cod tlh, per lb ,
lluriltvurc nlid Iron
Notl. per keg, If) to UM..........
other site in proportion.
Axe., p-r doien...., .
Iron, pcrllar lb...... .....
Ilnrrc shoo Iron, jcrlb
Null rod. it lb.
a fiOS3 25.
- 74(43 (
2 12 U)
II tM 17 M
Iron rotton t!o, per lb,
-veet tine, iht lb.
rueei irtin, lu 10 1.11, Jkt 10.. ..
do Hit, prlb...,
flm-n, per lb
Ktltnl, per 11
I'ry Hint, r lb.
K..eep H'lt. ech
Idling. 1 Hide jirke.......
Tri mid turret., ierlb.....
Kess und lminirrel, per lb...,
l'er liarrf I.-. ....... ......,......
l'er Uir ., ,
I.onil.ni, r tirreI.....-,..
N- UtlfstlH. oer eillnn.
. 31 (fQl 41
t 0OQ7 CO
...J1', ovia i
..mm M Q M
...... 70 !J
1- .nr to 1 hoicr, t!r gHllon...
rop. jwr gallon
Oil "'' on "
C-ml oil. jr Rllon.....
Ird oil, xrr jralloo.
I.m.i e.l od, per gallon
Me pork, j.er bbl
Hulk elearaidet, er 10..
...m..... . , , . '0 A
as a 10
$1 rift 1 7u
..... 1 12 1 13
$11 00fl32 00
. ica i7'4
nit, lira, ri", Tin . .
lulk, bouiler, per lb
Hulk, liami In pickle, r lb...
I'Ihiii littrn, prr Ib..............,
IllH.iKla.t Iwl-Ctl, T lb
Pit 11 1 try
Live tnrkryn, perdotr n.....,
l.mi chicken., per doK.n.......
I.io c.i.e, per dotn... ........
I.iTuduckn, (ht dotn....
...?12 f"01l m
a 01 n m
8 (i 11 ri)
3 CI 3 M
iireeii inixi-yn, per lo.....
lirennnj chicken., per down
...M...MH.....M., I., 0
... 2 U) 3 WJ
Sim bine jiide, Kentucky, per lb.,
Hand made, Kentucky, porlb.......
.Miinilla. pr lb.......... ...,
l'er und........M-. .
K.utitrhs, per bbl.
New orlenn.. In hhda
ft 0 VC
New Otleuna, In bU.....,
Kxtrn t. . in I'M'.,
A, collie, 111 bbl 1
Hard, lr Iti
III ctb, In keR, per lb...,
Ill ''r, m inrr, per 10,
1AIUO I1I100M MANUFACTOHY.
W. P. .M'KKE i imOTIIEn,
Ihrinr perfected their nrrtuiRemcnt for tho imainfi
turn nf llrooma In this city, re now prepartil to rill
orders at as
Ah tho auiiie inialitiea of broom ran be purch.ved any
where. Onieralen at theatoreof O. I). Villlmon, 78 Ohio
Levee, or ut the ,
.tlnniifnciorv, Kourtrrnth afreet, between
Wnlnut mill Cedr,
Will bo promptly attended to.
Orders by tnll hould lo addreMnd to
w. y. m'keb nno
1. O. Uox 434.
JanWttf Cairo, lllinola.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
JOHN W. TROVEU & CO.,
Itcnl Kstntc, Ilond and Stock Brokers.
Will attend fo the payment of Slate, County and City
Txe. und all business pertaining to a GENERAL
KioiiTii Street, tecond door from Cbm. 1.,
dec21'Mdtf Cairo, III.
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, ETC.
fTM. H. S01IUTTER,
Importer and Wholesale Dtaltr if , ,
.... . . - , '
amxt ra 1
Best Brands of: Cnuf; ial, Stock1 'lie'
1 Imprlcd Aleiofblrvt Kiviil
No. nQmohTxiT, .CIj'KlUatiUi
deeSI'cidtf ' '
rpHE I'EOUIA "
MUTUAL BENETOLENT'' AiSSOCIATIpir
' 110 , I
The and fiat rt.tMrto of th Kind iti
iht United SUUs. .
Weekly llcnefit from i5 lol40incaM of alokneii.
Every mnn or Keiualo of, Healthy ConitUuUon.can bo1
a member. , , 1 t H '
Thli Inalltutlon la legally incorporated tinder U(0
Ifttts oflUinoU.., I'or.iurtiotdara apply to '
r LOUIS HEiUIKRT,
General Agent fortitato of Illinois.
TUKE UltUGS AND CHEMICALS,
' 1 ' ''
. r '
Patent: 3VC odlolnoi
a rutt oT.Mi.)ir or
J? E K it TJ M E Il.Y.,
AX1) FAXCY GOODS.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PRESCRIPTIONS
fn which j
"XOXE JiUT THE PUREST, , , '
Coniiioiindod Mntorlnln arc used.
PUKE WIXJKS AI I.KIUOIIS
KOn MEDICAIj use.
No. 7 t Ohio Levee,
CAT ItO, ILIi.
gAIHT OIIAULES HOTEL,
Gn.ii.' o, Xlliuola.
THE ST. CHAULES HOTEL,
The ony FIRST.cn ASS HOTEL in Cairo
In now In (homo! unexceptionable order for guots
Tho ptit Summer.
Tor-xrxaai, OO 3?or 3D.y
Bnggnge Cnrrleit tn mul from tile Hotel
free of Charge.
Day Hoard, Ticcnty'Ficc Dollars per month
JKWETT WHA-'OX A CO.,
Corner Market and Court Streets,
PADUOAH, IE -v.
tho aecommoiUtloii of ladr boardern. and all other
convenience found In the best houses lu tho bouth-
wt. nhArffch motlprato.
Three elicibly ailuatod and well finlilied bu.iineii
rooma on thn tint floor will bo reuled on reaonalIa
tormi to a good tenant. JanGd3m
BILLIARDS, LIQUORS, ETC.
ALKEIt & SISSON'S
BILLIARD II ALL AND SALOON
8B Olxlo Xiovoo,
NEXT DOOH TO FIIuHT NATlONAIi HANK,
Is now fn full blaat, and, ia Ut
,pf all wcll-reguUtcd billiardiata, ami good Judges of
icetieoii iwTeracca; bu vivryoour xbowh
and ays the Ilall fa
lie Only Flrit'-ClMi Billiard and Drinking
Are kept in good'oriler; and are of ttie ftneei ftnkh.
iroalwivg atlund tortapoud to th order of the
;gteU, find ,
Tor vhoViommpifatlon cfVljoKMmf "rdent,"
la bouRtifuily .applied With ...,,,
Served "Ptralght,! orionpiAKled inioMOst'iieliclouii
' Mlxod .nrljdw, .
1 -By oxpiirts, whoito oxperienco In th basinesa has
Dlaaad th'eui amona tan firat of their rrofea.sion In the
'countryfJ ' decildtf
UN SLOWER' BILLIABD SALOON
V'urnlshed.vlMtUa latent atylea of Tablet, aud tho
Thin new, apacloii", elegant and well-appointed
UiildiDK, will twopeneil for thn reception of nue.n on
and afur January lath. The entire honao in newly ami
'elecnntlv riirnllieil. contalnins excellent rooma for
iw auppiio WU van Dioai tuuviieni iitjuori).
Is iprtad every day at 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. dcc21tf
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, ETC.
Q SMYTH & CO.,
dnib levee, . . Cairo, iLLixqrs
SUUAKS, COFFEES, TEAS, SYItUlS,
FIsli, Candles, Woodpnirnrc, M'IIIoTr.lVnro
: ... .1
NaIIm, OUm, FAlutM,
lriiHlow-GItiNH, PuUy, Jiimc,
CVwicnf, I'lastcr'I'arii, Gimpmedcr
Old ltye, .Mnilongnticln nnil lloiirbon
I riod ZioadL .3llcX Sliot.
I 'i '
AIoJep constantly on hand a moat cotnpleto
SCOTCH AM) IRISH WHISKY, (UN
I'ort, JIndeIrn, Slierrj- 11 ml Cntaivba
Al0, AOtNT rOtt '
J. HIED CO S CELEH RATED WllhEIr
Wo aell exclniltely for CASH, to which wo Invito tho
axirmionoi ciono cun miyera.
Binipeclal attention paid to tllllni: onlera.
QAIKO CITY BOOK BINDEUV.
.MARCUS SI LVEKBEIti;,
Book - OSlxLclox-, IX-liIox-
Blank Book Mninirneturer,
No. 73 Omo Levkb, CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
BookM for Circuit unci County
A Full Set of Books for Steamboats j
Will Re-bind .
LA WAND MUSIC HOOKS,
Periodicals, Xftg-axlnes. Repositories and
Of any kind and alio. , , ,
, t WjU manufacture,
Dray Ticket-, BUI Heads and llilln Ladliis
GILDING ;i$p LETTERING,
With dispatch and corrcetncwi, and in
Any St l Bealred,
AtSt Louis and (Jhicao prices.
rublio patronago Is reipoctfully solicited, and Mills
All Work Bono oh Short Notice
.1 ..i 1
Tf ASTKtt'S 9 ALA'.
STATE OK U.LINOW, t
Alexander County, f "
In themaiter of rtmiuel Htaata Talornnd Edwin Pnr-
!r u'.7illlirt i?m FRJrn Wiy l"roperty, vs. I.uthcr
n.,.i,Mkf0,,.1,in ,,,'nf""n Vendor' Won.
I ubllo notice Ik hereby Riven, that In inirxtmncfl of a
decretal order entered IntWahovo cntillfd enii.e, Iti
!Lli ro." 1 "iVU1 l";l'11ro'"iy, on tho olhlh day of
0Cm A. .IW!. of tho October term, A. 1). 1868, of
an eonr , I, Jolin rj. Harmim. Mister In Chancery for
aniil court, will, on the 2.1th . ny of Kcbrimrr. A. It.
IM, at II O'oloek in the fnrenoon of said day. sell At
publ 0 auction to the hlKheat bidtler, fur eosli at tho
HOiith-west dpornf the court hou.p In the city of t .uro,
In said orttttjtyif pie following ile-erlUd r-id .-tnte
sltimted n Ihoelty of Cairo, comity of Alexander and
Hinto of Illinois, to-wlt i.
f.ot tuinlbered sixteen jlfi) In block numbered twenty-two
(22),' n kttdwn nnd dealRicvtcltipoti tho reenfd-
cci ninp or pini 01 riimi'iiv. niKi-iner Willi nil iui(Jsln-
viiinr 1 ill. ii'iii'iiii'iiin ill ill iii'i I'll nil nirni I iif.rpnttt i.
rohciiiir. Ill aatlafuetloti of said ih-crcc. witli uiti r..t
ulid ciwits. .TOHNO.. IIAltM.t.V JlaMer In Chancery.
Cairo, 111., January 29, lbMMw
STA K OV ILLINOIS),)
Aleinnder County, f '
In the mutter ofHnmticl Slants Taylor and Bdwln l'ar
sons. Truih es of tho (lilro City I'roperty, vs. Catha
rine: Mchane-On IllUto enforco Vemlor's Lien.
I'uMte notice la hereby Riven, that In pursuance of n
decretal order entered in thnnboio entitled onuse, In
the circuit court of said county, on the eighth day of
October, A. 1. 15, of llm OctoVr term, A. I). 1NM, Of
said court, I, John . Harrnan.Mati-r in Cli.-.m ry lor
aid court, will, On the iSth day of February, A. IK
WJ, at II o'clock In the folctioon of said day, sell at
public auction U Ihe highest bidder, for caih, attho
southwest door ifthi court house in thu city of Cairo,
In said county, the fol'oHlng described real eitntc, sit
uate In thoclly of Culro, I'Oiinty of Atexnndcr and
t-tatcof Illinois, to- it:
Lot numbered thirty-nine (30) in block nmnliered
flfij -two (tl),M known and detlgnaledonthe re orild
map or Jilntpf Mid city, toxuther with nil and sliiKtil.tr
the tenements and liw I 'nments theiciinto l.i .,,ng
lug, In satlffjetion of said decree, with Interest and
co.ts. JOIINO. IIAIl.M.t.V, Mnstcrln Chancery.
l-'alro, 111., Januarys, isi-dtd
HTATH OF ILLINOIS, )
.iicxaiiuer county, f 1
In tho tnnttcr of Samuel Stimts Tiij lor and IMwin l'ar-
soni, 1 ruMci'i en mo cairo 1 uy rrojM'rty, vs, J.uta
Hhortell On HIlLto enforce Vendor's Men.
Tubllo notico Is hereby jrtwn. that in pnrsiiiincoof
decretal order entereil in tho aboti entitled cause, In
the circuit court nf aald county, on the eighth day of
wviuiNir, .t. i'. rvfl(ui ttie ucioocr term, A, it, i-ur, 01
said court, I, Jnlmij. Ilarman, Matter lu t'h.mcvry for
snld I'ourt, will, 011 the '.Mli day of February, A. U.
IfW), at 11 o'clock In tho forenoon of said day, sell at
public auction to the highest Milder, for ca.li, ill tho
south-west dor of the court home In the city of Cairo,
in aunt count) , tor luiiumuu iicni'ruivu real esiaie, sit
uato in lilts first addition to the city of Cairo, cunty of
Aloxaiidcrand i-tatof Illinois, to-nitt
Lot nuintier two (2) in block numbered tuetity-live.
(2.1), as known nnd tle.ignated 011 tho recordtnl limp or
pinioi sain lirxv aiiiiiiion 10 snui city, toetiier witn nil
nnd singular the tenement mid hereditaments there
unto belonging, In satisfaction of said decree, with
interest noii co.ts.
. JOHN (J. llAltMAN, Mrttr In Chancery.
Cairo. 111.. January M, f(lw
,1 ASTKlt'S SALK.
KTATK OF ILLINOIS,)
Alexander County, f
In the matter of Siimuel. "tints Tuj lor nnd IJilwin l'nr
sons, Trustees oftlio Cairo City l'roncrtv s. lto
sannaFmitli, widow, and Fanny Smith, Thomas J.
Hiulth. Anna Kinith and Honmiot Smith, children of
ratrlck Smith, deceased On Hill to enfofo Ven
I'ubllo notice la hereby giitn, thatln luirsiiiincoof ti
tlecretal order eniesril In tint abo tmtitlHl . i.me, In
tho circuit eoiitt of said county, 011 tho eighth .lay of
Oetober, A, I). KM, of tin-October term, A I). IkCs.of
aid court, I, John . Ilarman, Master In Ch.i.. erv for
said court, will, mi tho -JMIi day of February, A . I .
lsci, nt U o clock in the fori nnon of sitnl ihtv, sill at
publla Miction to the highest bidder, for cnh. at the.
south-ucstdoorof 1 he court housolu tho city of Cairo,
in s.tlilronnty, the following described real extnte, sit
unte In the ErhtuiMltionto the city of Cairo, county of
Ati'xninlerund mate of Uluuo.,to-Hit 1
Lot niiinlwrM twetity-otio till) and twenty-two (32),
In blook num1icreilsij.ly-n.x(tC), 1 s known and deals;
nated tis)n tho recorde.1 ins or plat of said tlrt addi
tion to aald city, together with nil nnd singular the ten-c-nii-nt
1 ml hert-dltameiits thereunto beo"-.tng, la
satisfaction of said decree, bc-idc interest and co.tn.
, . JOHN Q. IIAI1MAN,. Master tn Chancery.
Otlro, III,, January 'it, lM'J-lw
HTATK OF ILLINOL",)MJ
Alexander Count-, J "
In tho nutterof T.imiiel Ha-ils Taylor and IMttin I'nr
sons. Trustees of inn Cairo City J'Aiiierty. ts. John
rilim-tln Jtilltaenf ire- Vendor's Lien.
I'uUlo notlco ts hereby luxvn, that fn purvintico of a
ilecrelnl outer entered In ihonlxivo entitled' .tuse. in
jiubiio auction to the hihei.t 1 idder, for cad . ut tho
1. v.-, . 1. in urn in, iMiiHiii hi a.initin.sc
aauiiii-Mpai inx.roi me -oorr riou.e in tncclty r f 1 nro,
III said county, thu followlmr ileacrilHt
situate in the tlrt addition to the mty of Quro, county
of Alexander and State of IllinoU. t.wll i
i.oiiiumiM'reii nine iui 111 i.i.vk mimliered twentv-
seven (til, as known Slid de.iirnaleil uioiilliirci'orle.!
mail or plat of the said first a Idilion to raid city, to
gether with all nnd singular tint tenement mm here.
ditiime nt thereunto lielongmg, In satif&'tin tl said
ticcrcc, wu.'i internal ami num.
Cairo, III., January Si. I'Ui-lw
?XKUUTOK .S NOT10K.
Estate of Samuel 11, Ualliday, dtetased.
Tho iinilrrigiied having lseii nppoiute nxiH-utnr
Bndiieciitrixoflholn..twillaud tc-tnnicutof Samuel
II. Ilulllday, Uto of (ho comity of Alox.unlur and siato
of Illinois, dec.-a.eil, hereby Kiu notico that tin y ill
u;ot'jtrblorulhi noiinty court of Alexander county,
at the court house in thoeity of Cairo. Illinois, ut tint
.March term, on the IMi.l .Moinluy 111 .Mauh next, at
which tlinonll pvrsotis hitting clulius ng.iln.t ".ml es
tate aro untitled and iciicicd to attend for tho pur
pose of having the same adjusted. All peron in
debted to said estate aro ri'iucstod to m.iKu iiuinctll
ato pa) ment to tho undersigned.
Dated this '.Vtlliluv of Jniiunry, A, I). Ud.
lir..MCV J.. IIAI.I.1UAV, Kxeciitor,
L1ZZIK It. II.VLLIlJAV, Fxecutrix,
Ofriaiimel II. ll.ihday.
The undersiirneil hating ln)ciiu.Kinletl aihiiluutrjtor
of the csistc of William A llarkir lain of ihu county o
Aleiander and filute vf Illinois, uVce.iae, hereby fills
notlco that he will appear U'foro Ilia county court of
Alexander county, at tho court homo in Cairo, atilm
March term, on tho third Monday In March next, at
whioli time all persnm having claim ucalnst said
tuto arc, notified and reucsted to allcud for the purpura
of having the same agisted. All iM Tsons Indebted to
raid estate are re iiuclcd to iiiuko iinincdlato payment
He WATSON WK1IH. Administrator.
Hated Oil 'Cth day of Jlmuqry, A, 1 1m)9-Iw
JADIKS' nAllt DBESSIKQ.
MKS. ApIMK BUCK
Wlslies to Inform t!i6 public that sho haa u
Z.sdte') Hair Dressing Saloon
Ob ConmeeeUii atenuc. Ietnecu .Ninth and Tenth
streets. Slie ilfo iiianutu tiirei Curia, Nwltclics,
Wtliattar1i, Kar-!tliigs, Hracelcts, ami
ull kinds etHnlr evrclr. '
Ladles may liar e the combing of their hair inanu
factored lnay'dtslrtJleM)lc. JanSSdtf
ISS T. SMITH,
BetweenrkVfeBtJvandiKightliBt.-ects, Cairo, 111.
MIS8 T SMITH, Wing refitted he' Hair Pressing
Saloon, on CoaiiiertI)iruiiue, between Sereiith and
Klghth.stree;s, now.kaopi coiistuntly on hand a larga
Msortntenlior IwUrJ-l'Oiialstlnit of Curls, SivKches,
t.l.itles. l'romnt atteb.
tontlon paid i the lllnff of a
or lif all orilrrs. lllhliu Ivitrnn.
solicited pd.tatii guarsiiwoti. l& lm
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING
SIGN XJtjfjHAENTAL 1'AIXTEK,
Sho-SoutWast corner. p( Kightii street and Com
merelal Avenue (up stulrs),
pRINTING, OF ALL KINDS,
At the Office of tho Cairo Bullotlu,
uiuiiiiiiiin 1-01111 01 emu 00111111, on 1110 eigiiiii nay or
Ofttilirr, A, l. M. of the OcloWr tenii, A. lKl"fJ, of
said oiiutr, f, Ji'hu ( H 11-m in, Mn.ter in Chancery
for said court, will, on tho SSth day of February, A. if.