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'l'lino uf Arrive.! niul Departure of Mitlla
(Cairo I'nsl Otlioc, February 2, 1869 )
(Time, of closing.
N'.irth lM 1.15 p.lll UlUOp tll
Soul , (through nnil wa . 4:00 n.m 11:00 p.m.
South (Memplil N. O.).. 4:00 n.m 4:00 p.m.
Ohio Hlver route S.Ort p.m ti:M)p.m.
Mississippi lllvor route. 1
iInk and Fridays... C:O0 p.lll T:00 p.m.
Charleston, Mo., Tuesdays
Thursday A-Sutunlays.. 11:00 a.m.... 11:00 a.m.
.antnVe (1.00 p.m Frl. 7:00 n.m. Sal.
euhio Itite route detnrU overy Iny xcnt IHontly,
Tlios o owing state and county taxes duo on
jH.-ntil properly, will savo costs bypnyhiu
Uio sinne nt once. Tlio Jaw is thus: J I any
person fhnll full to pay tlio tnxes clmrgoi
nr'ttirmt him on or buforo tlio first tiny ot
March, tlio collector tuny distrain bis personal
nronorty nnu proceed to dl the same.
Collector's olllco at tbo court liouso in Cairo,
Alexnnder county, Illinois. Olllco hour
from 1 o'clock p.m. until o'clock p.m., dur
ing this mont1!. Louis II. My mis,
Slirin"nml cx-fIloloc Uwlorof Alcxandrrcnunly, 111
Cairo, III., Mar.hn, W.u-liv
Thu Hegtiliir AtlvcrtlsliiK ltron of the
Tlio columns oftbc Evening 'Ilulletin' aro
tbc most reliable directory strangers or otbur
in the city oan employ, in tbo selection of
first claw bui!tiL'H homos, professional
Harclav Iro. Xo. 71 Ohio Levee, nro
anions H henvict druggists in tbo state,
nnd can make u fortune every year by du
plicating St. Louis or Chicago invoices
It. II. Cunningham is one of thu oldest,
largest and most substantial merchants in the
fctato ouUido of Chicago, and is tbc man
whom nobody in Cairo can undersell nnd do
a solvent business. No. C9 Ohio Levee.
AV. K. McKlo& Uro Fourteenth street
between "Walnut and cedar, manufacture a
superior character of brooms and supply tbo
trade at prices that obvlato tbo necessity of
The Sun "Flower Milliard Saloon is u fash
iopni u plnco of resort, and spreads a splendid
lunch ovory morning ntC o'clock.
"Walker & Sissoti k Uilliard Hall, Saloon
nnd Restaurant is a Xlmt class institution,
mnnngod by gentlemen nnd commands llrst
class patronage. 6f Ohio Lovee.
,1. K. J'rost, 73 Ohn Lovee, deals in fruit
butter, eggs poultry, game, vegetables and
pr. Juce, and is also agent for un Egyptian
mu'aory a clover goiitlenun who deals on
tin. .tuuru and with everybody alike.
Yot vonr lawks, stationery, light reading
matter, Into papers, music, oflico tricks, pic
tures or picture fn.ine, don't forgot to call
on Horace Hannon. No. IOC Commercial
J. C. Carson deal in pianos, sowing
ir.rinend American organs. lie can save
you from ten totwcnty-fivti per cent., by not
ing for you, and . 7 mpt nnd reliable.
Highlit street, 'v. ween AVashington Avenue
J. AV. i'timor, deliver good hard tiro
wood, issli, hkhory, oak, liaekborry, etc. at as
4uW priest as unyliody, gives full nieaMiro,
auil "ills orders immediately.
AV. II. l'ockwell and Co., our "np-und-
1 jvn" sulvrrtNers are tbo most extensive book
sellers, newsdealer and stationers in South
ern Illinois. They supply the trade at Chi
cago or Cincinnati price, and keep overy
tlilr.g In their line fir which ther is any
tall. 08 Ohio Levee.
The SU Clmrl.-s Hf-U-1, Jowott AVileox A
Co. proprieters, preserves its reputation in
one of the Wt and niot nystuinatleally man
ngeil public Iioumjs in Illinois. It is ncn-dit
Mltu Si Miller. 73 Ohio Levee, have a
"apnkln new" stock of clothing, hats caps
and fiimUhiug goods, and pnvuiit nxlraor
dlnurv indueemouls to buyers. J heir mor-
cbxiit-tailoring department is the largest in
tbc oity, and may be taken as undisputable
nutbority in fashions.
Jno. AV. Trover tfc Co., are bankers, real
ostato, bond and stck brokers, enterprising
"t ntltunen, who will servo parties abroad by
paving tavi", making collections, etc. Kigbth
Mreet, near Commercial Avonue.
AV. II. Sehutter, a-i tM, rcliablo and woll-
oatablisbod importer ami wholesalo dealer in
wine, liquors, tobaccos and cigars, is known
oven lwyond tbo limits of the Cuiro trade, for
his Integrity as a business man, and the 'o.
I quality of 1.1s goods. 75 Ohio Luvuo.
II. M. lluleu, 121 Commercial Avunue
takes the Uad, perhaps, of our family grocors,
keeping the best of every thing, and dealing
fslrly and Justly with everybody.
Dyas 1. l'arker, geiwral commission mer
chant, lias ample store room, is eligibly loca
ted ai.d can servo consignees as advantage
ously Many gentleman In tlio city. HedimU
extensively in liny, oats, corn, etc., and is the
man ou will In- plotted to meet in tbo way of
busliins or socially. 7 J Ohio Liver.
Strntton, Hudson t Clark, aro very heavy
opuMtors in grpreriua, Handing in the trout
rank of our Urg lwuw, and having p .Irons
froui all M-ctions around Cairo, Cotun.i -ioii
iucrchanU, also, tbey tnjoy unusual fai ilitlcJi
for fterviug patrons satisfactorily. f7 Ohio
15. r. 1-arkec, &." t'mio Levoe, is the only
oxcluslve dealor in oils, )Miints, wallp':' und
window ylftu in the city. A very clever gen
tleman Is Parker, and one that treats hi- ens
lobn Hamilton, a merchant of many v. r
gtsmdli.i' oeeup'es '.' e fine business tni inre
nax1 ' " .mer of Sixtii und Comim r ial
.yiiue, and I:, it illlul with choice fa. .i-
lur, onriwts, oiltluihs and bouse-furu:
gou4 gonurally. You wdllototimo in
inj ftr a ohonjier b ue or more liberal.' !
or, in the city. They aro not to be foim '
John Sheol keep- tbo Casino on I'l;;' "
fctreet, und U always on bund person..;'.,:
k'Wo hi. friends u welcome. Ho keep .'
Lost St. Louis boor, and somotimes, 1IU
Camp, burely toucr'os lils'llps to the "i
wulge iiiniM.li, ' appear Bociablo.
Jbn Hylund, Commercial Avcni
KinUi tuobl, luvilw the thirsty, who 1
puro.lifpiors, and Invigorating boverag.v
urully to llnd the Hylund Saloon. Ho
glvo you a kind gieeting, und tront you r r
If you want boots, boots ns is boots, that
will lit as neatly ns your own scarf-skin nnd
pinch you no worso j boots out of tbo best
mntcrlal, and mado In tbo highest stylo of tbo
art, you will plonso walk up to Twentieth
etrect nnd call on Hilly Khlors. He's the
man wo aro talking about, every timo wo
pcak of good boots. -
Dan. Ilartmaii, auctioneer, can talk the
money out of tbo pocket of a miser, provided
second hand furniture, or any kind of pro
perty to sell nt auction is to bo talked about.
At 105 Commercial Avenue you will ilnd bis
A littlo further up you will find .lack
Hodges nnd A. J. Carlo in the tame buslnoss
two of tlio "mouthiest" auctioneers that
have the advantage of our acquaintance
Thov aro revolutionizing tbo prices for tel
ling goods, asking only two nnd a hnlf per
cent commission, or nothing!
(Tol continued to-morrow.)
v judicious si:i.i:ctio. or co.vsmtv
Just before putting our papor to press, wo
learned, by telegraph, the make-up of l'resi
dent Grant's cabinet slate. It will bo seen
that whilo tho General adheres to his friend,
ic has not found it necessary to select ndvis
er from among tho extremist of his party
With an exception or two every member of
the new cabinet has been noted for a con-
crvntistn, bv no means obnoxious to the dem
ocratic party. Tho following gentlemen com
peso the cabinet:
K. 1J. AVasbburno, of Illinois, Secretary of
. T. Stewart, of 2fow lork, Secretary 01
J. M.Schoflold, Secretary of War.
J. 1). Cox, of Ohio, Secretary of tbo Inte
Commodore Davis, of Pennsylvania, Secrc-
tnrv of the Navy.
A. .1. Crcswell, ot .uaryinnu, rosunasior
K. H. Hoani', Attorney General.
Tho iinmu of the Attorney General has,
manifestly, been mutilated in its transmis-
ion by telegraph.
Ilnrmntt & Co., involution.
Tho firm of John Q. Harmnn V Co., real
estate agent.-, has been dissolved by the with-
rawal of Mr. Harman. Thero is not, in tho
orthwest, a real estate agency that enjoys n
wider range of patronage, or n greater rnoas-
re of public confidenco than that of Messrs.
II. & Co. Mr. Clulborno AVinston, who has
conducted tho firm business during the past
three years, will continuo the agency in his
own name. Ho is a very carclul, exact and
intelligent business man, and will bo found n
propv ccessor ol so respectable a lirm.
Tho card of Mr. Harmnn, in commendation
of Mr. AVinston, which wo heartily endorse,
may be found in nnotbor column.
I -si 1 1 si I
AVo forever interdict tho iuu of the euphoni
ous sobriquet of "Mose" in Frank Schuckers'
family ior tho reaon that ho came to Cairo,
saw and conquered ono of tho most fascinat
ing nnd uecompli'hcd young ladio of the city,
and, in hymenical moshes, carried hr captive
to Jackson county without Informing us of
his purpose. AVo aro not, howovorj so unfor
giving as to withhold from him and his bet
ter half our congratulations, or thu wish that
tbcir's maybe, n life of peace, prosperity and
contentment. Mnv the good things of earth
be their' in abundance, not excepting a troop
of blooming girls and boysthut Minll grow up
to bless thorn Tbu announcement ol thu
marriage appears in another part of this
A negro woman, mimed Sarah Gaunt, got
Mosblng drunk yesterday ovoning, and visit
ing a saloon kept by an old down-town gen
tleman, doluged bim with nbme and villifiea
tlon, and finding bim a non-resistnnt, threat
ened him with corporal punishment of a
novel but very serious character. She wa
brought before 'Squire Ilro's, who by a lino
of $10 and costs, admonished that white peo
ple havo a few rights loft that nro ontiticd to
respect even from drunken wenehos. Having
110 money khu is now fighting lleas in tho
Tho author of tho article which appeared
in tho 'Time' of Thursday morning, attack
ing tho Ilulletin' for advocating the policy of
paying thu honest debts of the city, returned
to tho battle-field this morning and again dis
charged his literary pop gun a toy pop gun
of tbu smallest calibre. To firo buck at tho
unfortunato man would bo tho meanest kind
of cruelty; but we advise him to not attempt
to achlovu immortality through thu columns
of a nowspaper. Hu is even a bettor lawyer
than writer. His productions read like thu
little essays of a littlo school-boy. Stupid
ity pervades uvory sentence. They nro of
tbu dlddlu-daddle stylo of literaturo.
A writer in the Memphis '.Sun' has arrived
at tho rage conclusion that I'mlucab will be
the grand railroad center of tbo wott and
mj 11 th, becausu three million of dollars havo
beun subscribed to the St. Louis bridge I Not
to be out-dono in that way, wo boldly dcelaro
that Cairo Is dustincd to bo tho national capi
tal, and whv 7 For tho simple roaton that
the public debt is nearly $3,000,000,000
Thu Cairo 'Times' makos the unwarranted
nsiUition that "every lawyer in Cairo, regard
loss of political sentiment, v. Ill not only vote,
but will work for Mr. linker's election.
The most nctivo and zealou advocates of
Judgo Sloan's election may bo found In tho
legal fraternity; and instead of thu Cairo
bar being unanimously for Dakar, a majority
of its members will support his competitor
Wo publish l'residHit Johnson farewell
addross, to the exclusion of our iimi it variety,
because it U a patriotia emanation t' .it should
bo road bv uvorv citUen of the roi n lie. It
is an tibia and dispassionate vin lie
a of bis
I ho op-
administration and it true uxhibi
hmIUoii and hssotmonU ivlth '
1 uonteiid. Huiiil it.
Tli tiro wtui nut a single uae b I
lieo otmrl totl iy, tin to uu 1" ',"
I lirt.i.. M 1. 1 .... 1'.
Attcutlott Sir Knights t
A regular conclave of Cairo Comuiandery,
2,o. 13, of Knights Tomplar, will bo held at
tho Asylum In this city, on Saturdny even
ing, tho Cth inst., at 7J o'clock. The order of
Knight Templar will bo conicrrcu.
All sojourulng Sir Knights arc courteously
invited. Alkx. IL Ikyin,
1 S) .
Miss Fanny AVoodbury, of Chicago, de
livered a temperance lecture in tho M. K.
church, InSt night, boforo a highly rcspectablo
though not very largo audience. Slio com
mandod a vcrv attcntivo hearing.
By buying yourgroccrics of J. II. Metcalf,
who keeps n largo and select stock of tho best
fnmily supplies, and sells cheaper than tho
cheapest, Xo. 334 AVashington nvenue, op
posite tbo court house. marotf
Warrants were issued, this afternoon, for
the arrest of soveral citizens known to bo do.
ing businoss without license. A lively timo
is looked for to-morrow.
fcCHUCKKlW STAHU -At the rrKliloiico of Jnmoi"
S. .Morrlii, i:q in thi ntv, oa Tlnirsday, Jlaroli 4,
tv tlieUov. (7. It, Fooif, tf. Kratik Sclmckcrs, pul
liihor of tho Mitrpln'Wo 'ArKii'.' tnMlssAllcu A.
Sti rr, of Cairo.
(Thr St. Charlrs H
J T Trail;, lllenk Hoii.o.
II lou, tloston;
Mr Turk nml f.ini, Kt;
U Mosby, Ky;
W I'CHK r, Canada;
A II llronn, Loillnvillo;
Oil f!ooinor, N Y;
J C Normin, Ohio;
M KCiilbvrt, Uoston.
'1 1, Thursday, Marrh I,)
II M Ilurnsidr, Chlcag.;
C C Cos,
mrs Clarke nnd fm, Ky;
W A Punning, (Vatraliu;
J A Wlndrain, city;
SU Mvltie. Mlsn;
A M.0 c,
It A (illes, N Yi
J 3 Pond, Ohio;
W II Hoston, Ky;
I'ort List for tlir '4 1 Hours KiuIIiik
Two o'clock, 1'. M.
(Ion. Anderson, Colnm.; Wm. White, l'.ul.ieah:
Oltvof Cairo, ht. Louis; Paulino Carroll, N. O)
.i.il.i fk..l. 1. ! r u..l. I
-Mississippi, ' Nsshrllle. Nivhrillc;
Armada, Kransviiie; ."im. J nni", siemjni.
nen. Andereon, Colum.; 'm. White, r.vlueah;
WiM Duck. Pittsbure; Illmrck, N.O.;
Cilyof Cilro, Memphis; Armadii, Kranrllle;
Nlitille. NiMhTllIe; Paulino Carroll, St. Louis
Sum. J. liule, Cincinnati.
Tho weather continue clear nnd fine,
though a very cold wind has been blowing all
The Mississippi is still falling at St. Louis.
Navigation has been in nart resumed on the
The Ohio is falling with fivo and a half feet
in the chuto over tho falls.
At ritUburc It is reported risins with 12
feet In tho channel.
Hero the river has fallen about 10 inches in
tho past 2 1 hours.
The AVhito broueht for C. Gallacher, 100
flour barrels: D. Arter. H bbls flour; and 17
hhds tobacco, 20 bxs ax handles for shipment
to other points.
Tlio aslivnie urotiEiii tor unns. ttauagnor
300 flour barrels. For shipment south 100
pkgs cedar ware. For St. Louis 0,000 hoop
poles, ami ono carioau ceuar pons.
The rauitno carrou uiscnargeti ncrc 000
boxes orauges nnd lemons; 54 hhds sugar; 372
bbls rosin; 1C0 do rice; 02 do prune.; 18 bales
hides; and 50 sks seeds for shipment to Chi
cago. The Armada broueht for I). S. Harrell 5
pkgs furniture; H. Illoom 2t pkg sundries;
11 lnrgo lot of stoves for St. Louis; 10 tons hoi-low-waro
for Memphis; and 35 bbls whisky;
337 ski corn, 50 bbls meal; HC hogs; 30 bales
butting, 10 tons for shipment to .New Orleans.
The City of Cairo received hero 50 tons
The AVm. White, dipt. Northern, Clerk,
Jimmy Beverly, Is tho regular Cairo nnd Pa
ducah packet this evening.
Tho Quickstep, Capt. Dexter, Clerk, AVal
ter l'ennlngton, is the rgular Cairo and
Kvansvllle packet this ovening.
Tho Talisman, Capt. Billy Strong, is tho
Cairo and Nashville packet, to leave at noon
Tho St. Louis and A'icksburg packot Rubi
con, Capt. Blake, will leave for Vicksburg
I'itUburi: dispatches announce the sudden
and unexpected death of Cant. A. O. McCal-
lam, ot me Armenia, vt nen we tasi met
him here, a few days since, he was in perfect
health. Tho deceased was oxtenti voly Known
in marine cir' les, nnd was.nttontlveand relia
ble in his duties.
AVo copy tbu following from the Pittsburgh
llspatchc to the Cincinnati Commercial:
Cant. A. C. McCallam, of tho Armenia,
died at his residence in this city, last night,
vory suddenly, of intlamatlon or tho bowel
nnd congestion of tbo Iuiil's. He was only
sick n day or two, having been seen at the
landing on Saturday last. A a tnbuto or
rusnect to tho deceased, tbo steamers In port
had their flags at half mast to-day.
- .jrrTLs humner ltuniOoN, Wake, master,
' V.'rV" " ! Cairo THIS KVKMNO, March
i, ut b o ilu k. C1IAH. T. HINDK, Atnt.
1AIBO AND PADUCAII
The IikI.1 draught passenger Steamer
.aICH-S wait wiiitk,
It. V. NOIITHKHN Muster,
J. M. IlUVKP.l.Y -..Clerk,
Will nuke reimler DAIM Tltli'ri imte.n Cairo nn.l
lUluciUi, Iuwiik Cairo entry ttenlnj; (Suuilays ex
ceitel)'utttieoVlork. TIih Whilrtcomx-ul ut l'aducnh witMhoNew Orlnann
aad Oli.uru iroad, and triot'nmterlaiidan'l Trnncsseo
Korfrciclii cr tiaaiace aiiilr onbosril.or to
' M, J. llUCKI.Iir, Auent,
innlMlf Cairo. IIIiiioIk,
. -rtff55"VTho fino side-wheel staamer
SlC MOLMK HAMIII.iri'O.V.
11 W. HAMPTO.N...Maler MA J. PAUL Clerk,
I.kiv.'s Cairo for Memphis and iJI Intermediate land
livery rrlilny UvenluK rrlvul of She
Ordera for kuuiillea to bti purchaned at Calroor Mem
nh.a priii.tly iitlonded tu ut iliieotc d. I'lantera iiloiis
the river and iiierehuots in win iwo eiuca v 111 nan me
lliiinliietoiitobon niiiliial benefit, anil tholr patronugv
It rfNtt,, tfnllu u.ln,llnd.
K.r freula. ifcissaco. or informatlou apuly on board
Uit ttlmrnioii's, or on the lumWcton, fcWJtf
To U I,. I.ijjliluor, and all others whom It may eon
Tuwt! notice that 011 th Ith day nf Juno A. D. 1S7,
iiiusuliiiil Ittnlii und lon uuu nny iuu iur me oi.-uc
'indiMuiitv i.n.ia linn nml uniuid. with co'ts. thereon.
I lor the yeur a 11, li 0, ti 1 1 in pursuaneo of law, ut the
' .......1 1 ... ,... ...I.if f'lilro. Alo nr.ili.p ,. jiiit.lv
ht.ie 01 lli.iii, . 1 mir.hiued l'ia f..lliininir real cjiUle.
( 1 1 ; Thu , uulh linlfof tho northi ivt quarter of sec.
linn nu.iiUri'iiih'-eeu.tls), in totvrnhip nurnler four
'iitiii lUixiinii umi in runirq tiimil't r three iHiwestot
1 Ihi'ih.rd irD' .oil meri'iijn.eiuitH.iiii.Kiiiuhly acre,
111 iiMMmiiritv of Aloxa hit ".' nmui 111 tiiiiiuis. su
r :--in. tiiiu. (r tho ro.leiiiptioii thereof frem Raid ia'
Mill in will, IS. 1 7lli iil of JlUIU. A. I). Is09.
For Circuit Juilfjf.
Kihler nullttln iVlea'o nnnoiinco lh.it DAVID J.
ItAKr.lt.Jr., Is a candidate for tlio olllee. of JiiiIko of
tho Nmeteeiith Judicial District.
Election on tho 0th dny of Mnroh, 1809. it
Having beemollclted by persons of both political
purtles to run for tho judgeship of tho .Nineteenth Ju
dlclAl District, nt nn election to be held 011 the 0th dny
of March, A. D. 18C.I, I now announce myself at it ciin
dldatc for that o!nce, and pledge myself to the people
that, if elected, I will discharge Its dutiss impartially
and to tin best of my skill and ability.
I poll HAI.K Oil HKNT New eottagc. 8 room-,
cistern, out buildlnes, threo lotscorner Locust
and Hlxteenth streets, CIIKA1'.
mrldlf OUKBN A OlMIKKT. Ally's.
TTlOK SAL.K Thteo ilesireble residences at bur
' eiiii. ifebijiri .toitN w. Ti:nvi:it ro.
JJiOll HUNT CotmKe w-Tth Oriwm'sou Wushlnjj-
ton iifentin ami Tenth street. Apply in
feblMlf W. W. tlfnltNTON.
ANTKI To e.trlinliRr 0 ncres of land In I'll-
m.skl county for unimproved city property.
Jd2t Apply to s. v. Viii;i:i.i:it.
WANTKIl Atexamler County Orders, at eO et.
on tiio dollar, for all kinds of Lumber nnd Hint
ders' Muteriuls. W. W. TllOltN' ON.
ISSOMITION OF COP A KTN K ItS 1 1 1 1
V.... 1 .1... tl.,.1 II. rt nA..M,...1,,r. ..n.A.
tuforo existing In thereat estate bulnejs between the
lindersiKiied, under the firm name of John (J. llnrinan
1Co.,Iiii bven dissolved by mutual . nnst-nt, di.t.tiK
from Jnmmrvl. 1 so. John 0. llnrtnan retlrinc from
the firm. Mr. Winston Is ntilhorlted to rotleet all
iltts due the lute firm, nail assumes .the imwiiint of
Cairo, 111, Msrch &, 1'9.
JUII.S l 11 si.Jl.l.s,
In retinas: from the real estate business, I desire to
return my thanks to the numerous potroas who havo
for a number of yesrs entrusted me with their busi
ness, aad most heartily recommend Mr Winston, tin
derwhose management tho business "f the firm has
t een conducted forthepft.it Ihree years, and mIiohiII
coatiniio tho business, ns n Kenilenian of undoubted
buslnesi capacity and honor, and III every sy ij.uh
tiei to sMlsfactorlly dl-olarK' the business of a real
estate aijent and broker.
marlnit ltesKttfullr. JOHNQ. II lll.MAN.
rjjl UUSTKK'SSALE. " ''"
Whereas, Mary A. Mitchell, by herceiuia deel
Urinfi date thu eleventh day of Juue. A. D. ItW, and
recorded in hook "V" of deed, on pat;e fill, ie., In
thu recorder's otllccof Aleiauder county. Illinois, did
convey In fee to the tiniltrsltrned, William J. Alton, the
lo'iowing tie S'-riwii 101s, jimmts or parcels ni iaimi sun
ated In Alexander county, Illinois, vis Lots No. three
i.ihnl. v ..1 ... i.i,..i. , .. n .l..... r..,,.
uiwvs uur , uiur, ill viuvs inu , u. inter, iuui
and Ive, in Motk three; one, two and three. In block
lour, one, two, three, lour aim nve, in woea nve ; rue
and six, In block six i one, two, three, four, hie anil
six, la blek seven i one, Iho, three, f.,ur and fi-', in
block elcht: oae. two, three, four and nve, in woea
nine , one, two, llir.-, four, nve and six, in Monk ten ;
and beini; part of the county division of the old town
of Unity, and In section thirty-six, towahip lifteen,
south nince two west of the third principal merchant
and also lh public s.ure in said town of I'n.ty, a
will more fully appear by reference to the plat of said
town in the recorder's office of said rounljr. The
northeast iuarter of lbn soiilhrast iuaier, of section
thirty-six, township lineeu.aouih ranxetwi, west, con
taining forty acres (except saving and risen 1I1K one
'lUarter of on acre, incliidtni; the entnc itravi jatd us
now and heretofore kaown situated on a small mound
in said tract), also, the northwrrt quarter uf the south
west quarter of section thirty-one. In lownsh u fifteen,
south, rnnite one wesl of the third t-nhcipal merid
ian, containing fiflr-one arret and Sl-ltW of uu ucrni
also the fullowim; described lots, plK vs or parevls of
land In said town of Unity lxits one and to in s in.-.
six. tieiiiK irt of section thirty-six, townshiptiflevn
south, rankfq two wtit; also, as known on suid plat of
town of Unity, lots ono anil two In square five, und lot
four In snUArn sewn, h.tlheiii square ten. mean!
town of Unity, the Krantor expressly alwndoiunK and
waiving all rijiht of homestead exempt inn. Intrust.
hOerr,tbal if nei-t'ulli ncilr execute! tiy said Mary
A Mitchell to Hastin;, Wilkersoa A Co., for twrnty
five hundred dollars, dated rven dat with sac! deed,
urn! payable sixty days from date, and in said deed
more iiuiliculurly ilescrlbcl, should nut I. nell and
truly inld when the same Knoamo du aud payable,
then the said Willum J Allen, or hi legal reprt senta
lives, mfjht, on the request of the holder of said note,
proceed to si-ll the uls,t described priqx'rty or any
part thereof, at putdio vendue to thu biblical bnlder,
as by the terms of said dee! are pr' Vlded. and Uioa
such sale make, exet ute and delner to the (hiivImimt
or purtha-ers thereof a deeil In fee simple therefor.
And whereas, said note has long sib e U me due and
payable, and the sum of twenty-eijrht hundred and
thirty-two dollars and twenty-five cents of prineip.1
and intere-lnow remains due and tiupuid 00 said note,
now, therefore, notwe 1 hereby (.-iveu. that at the re
quett of the liotders of said note, aad in pursuant' of
trie terms an ironuiiiont or saiii'ieeu, i.tri-sai'i wu
liam J. Allen, undersigned, will, on Mowlay theSth
day of April, A II. 18o9, at lli. ciirt h .seinthe.it)
Cairo, Illinois, at the hour of ten o'cl- k a.ti . of s I
day. proceed to sell the property bi rnrii-fort- ile
m ri'jeJ, or so inti h thereufas may U u i-sry, !
sat. fy iJ amount ao remaimni; due en .d iut as
aforesaid, with the suUrijUcut interest that may m
coin thereon, Mid the cosijand ex-enti'S oflhi Irustj
and will exet ute arid ilethrr to the pur- her or pur
1 haters thereof a deed thref.r
WILLIAM J. ALI.r.N, Trustee,
lireea It riilbert, atnirueya.
v.airo, 111 , reoruary n, tscu. maro ieisi
piop. UVKUVTIIING 1$
j TIX 33 3300K ZjIWE
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Uutll'Cttf No. 1011 Comuckcul Avssrc.
DRY GOODS, ETC
J II. CUNNINGHAM,
Wholesale and Itetall Dealer in
Fancy hiiiI Ntsiplc
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND f APS,
Gents' Fiirnlalilni; Caouils,
LADIKS J)JU:.SS dOQDS, SUA WLS,
lllitiikciM, CiisvsinicrcH ttmlJcniih
Iliuvy llrotvn Iloinoatlo,
500 tieut'a lints at
A Splendid Line of
WHITE WOODS AND EM1IK0IDKKIES
lluyora will do well to call and cxauiino my block'
ocioru ourcnaaioji risunnuiu.
B. II. CUNNINOIIAM,
No. 00 Ohio I,evee,
QUAS. T. IIINDK,
FOinVAltDINH AND COMMISSION
AIIt TIC.lX.Si lOIt COMPANY
Tlirnuixli Hills of I.nitliiu ulvtn to U
Avullnlilu Points l,y Ilnll or Wnter.
B-Sl'KCIAI. ATTKNTIONTO KOIlWAItDINfl.
JJEMPIUS AND ST. LOUIS
XyvO ISLET 003VX3PATTTsr
: : .sISs j iHMK i
The follow Inirlloats eompri-" this Line and wui
rim In the following order .
Arrive nt CalmArrive at Cairo,
Zi lKler. Mastert
Tliursday' p.hiMonday, 1 a.m
fatiinhiy, 5p.m Thurs., la.ru
TArrHe at Cairo lArrne nt Cairo,
C1TV OK ALTON. jWeilnd-y.ipm
t , ... .
rnd.vr, 1 a.m
.vrener, .'in-n-i i
Kri'la), 6 p.tn
Sunday, 1 .
M. I- KOiWVTIl, "f'un.lay, i p.m Wedns.l'y 1 a ra
It - --...! I
Connecting at St. Louis with
Northern Line I'ackel Cumpany,
Keokuk Pocket Coinimnr
Uniuliu I'nckt t Coiilinny,
and Various IlnHromt Line-
At Memphis with
.Meuiplils nml Wklle Itlver Packet Co.,
Arkansas Utter Puckct Ciutintiy,
Mriiijilils unit Chitrlrslciit 11. It.,
and Mississippi A. Tenntssee U.K.
Vatuu Ulver I'm kets, ai, 1
VUkstim u nml Irrlillau Ilallroad,
Giving through b llslsdlntfand tn.ktts t. allavalabV-
no nis try or rrr. ........ ...
1 CIIA. T IIINDK. fieneral As'nt.
Ufttee on Wharf-boat.
UD. V. fclrwuN, Ticket and IVueener Astut
AS1IVILLK AND C'AIKO
37-a.OOXET c g ivxxvivr'v
frT's. Consisting of tlio followinr;
P-frLi ilon Jlil imMcnK' r steamers.
8IMa - Master , HAHPKlt CkrU
STftONfi ..Master I Wool's ,.C5eil-
HAltMONV Ma..ter WK.1VKIU . ...,Cler-
DAVlf Matr I DAV1.-' ....Clejl.
Makioirall intertneniate lantlmgs, and (,'' spcCkJ
atlentioli to way lainne.-.
CIIAs. T. IIINDK. (ieneral Agent
(lecil'fAl Otttieon Wharfboat.
TL ANTIC AND .MISSISSIPPI
ST IsA.M.S JI I I
C O 31 V A X V
CO.MPHOMISK LINE STKAMEHS
3XT DCS XrT
lJilitLci TIIK fTKAMKlW
IV. It. A UT lll'lt..
I.AIIV ISA V.
HUT 1 1
PAL LINK ( AHIIOI.I. ...
. KNTIUKFN. Mast
. COM.r. Maettr.
COMMON V i:.V I.TII .....
OI.IVK llllA.Vt It.
. ...liltKKNClUill iJasf.'
Comprisinu all lb" flnett an I largest Unls out of
One of the alaitu lineof steamers will Irate Cairo
for New OU ans every other day, ennni" t nx at Nr
Orleans with Oi-eau Line of Heaim-rs to
Liverpool, N'evv York, ltoston, nml (Jalves
I'assengers ainl Khlppers can rely on one of thr
boalt leavini; Cairo pnnrtually as alsive. Will mv
Imrllrular attention to all way frr.jhtsMow Meuil5l
lo New Orleans. fll.. T. IllNDB.
fieneral Acent, Cairo.
Of!1 e, on Wharftsiat, IllblU' Landing.
KD. r. HI'fON, I'asscnicer and Ticket Atient.
Offlce, at Ht. Charles Hotel.
MEMPHIS. WHITE 1UVEK AND
U.NlTKDSTATia MAIL LINK.
JOHN II. IIAVIK, Huii't, Memph s, Tenner.
e- 'j'lio splendid side-wheel
PASSEN'UEK STEAM EILS
MAVI'LOWKU. C05IMKHC1A,L il
Leave Memphis nvery TCKSDAV, T11UIWDAY ruvl
MA I L llll.V III a 11.111., nil n
Duvull'a lllutt villh tlui .Mi nil.
HA'l'UltlAV, at 6 p.m., for W Into litter, eonnei tmuat
Puvull a lllutt vuin 11111 .ii 1111.111.1 nici i.11
ro.id for Little Hoek mid Hot spring,
huaiKl Little lloek Itiw)
Memnh a to Littlo Hock, ii hours.
I'roiKhts aud I'luteagers receipbd over the nl4Vt
Lino nt loaer rates tli.iu any older route
CIIAS. T. HINDI.'. Agent, Cain., 111.
Ulhcii 011 Wharf-boat.
IVAN'SVILLE AND CA1HO
i(S2!k Consistitif; of tlio following
ti-rgSiileiitllil Pusseiifjor Stcaiuera:
DUSOUCHKT Master rOWLIU! act.
Leaves Cairo Sunday and Thursday nt fi p.m,
DEXTPIlt Master CiltAMMKIt Cltsit
Leaves Cairo Tuesday and Friday at 0 p.m,
HOWARD Master Willi! I1T CVix
Leaves Cairo Wednesday and Saturday at 8 p.m.
Making all Intermediate, landings, and paying par
ticular attention to Pocket Freights.
fell.U), T. IIINDK, tlencrai Ageni,
Olllco on Wharf-boat.
j ....... ,,vv 4IHV 1 '
und Pad'ai ah visitors h.iv
m..r t.oUlaJ.lltiiK.NoKN furehifW,