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I line ofArrltnl unit .Departure of Mall.
(Cmio Vo-t Ot!ic, I'cbrunrj ", 180J )
(Timo of closing.)
fturtJi (Ihrwiiajn...... uoun.in.... .i.vip.in.
Aorili (y ''' i'.m....UiOO p in.
Heuth (through Mill way). 4:00 n.m....ll!oo p.m.
StitUi J.Mnnphlf A N. ().),, 4:00 n.in 4:00 i.in.
Ohio Wter routo OiOUp.m C:(0 Ji.tn.
Mltllj'pt liivor route,
Tiiilay and Friday... CiOOp.in 7:00 p.m.
Oti trloston, .Mci.,Tiixlrij i '
ThBrwIsy" .VHnftmlnv.. lliOO n.m....lli00a.lii.
Tiin&MW. Ilmtsii lolAltil mill
Santa Fo O.oop.ml'fl. 7:03 a.m. S.it.
C'iw Mr rente dePMtii every day, except Mondays.
J. M.iJItAIIAM, I. M.
Thofo owing statu and county luxes duo on
personal property, will save costs by pay i tig
tho sumo tit oneo. Tliu law is thus: If any
pcrion ihnll fall to pay the taxes charged
&hinl him on or befo'ro tlio first dav of
March, the collector may distrain his personal
property nnd proceed to sell tlio same.
Collector's otllco at thu court homo in Cairo,
Alexander county, Illinois. Ofllco hours
from 1 o'clock p.m. until 4 o'clock p.m., dur
ing this month. Louis If, AIvkhs,
HberuTantt cx-otaciorolleotor of Alexander comity, III
Oelro, 1U., Menh a. lf"-lw
Uy buying your gtoceries of J. II. Alotculf,
who keeps a large nnd select stock of tlicbct
family supplies, and sells cheaper than the
ohtpst, No. n:i t Washington uvenuc, op
posite tlio court house. mar.'tf
2ev olothlng of the latest nnd most fash
ionable Atvlw, just received Jiy J. Lohning,
No 10 Ohio Levee. Also n flno variety of
niece comli, embracing the most desirable
pattern!. The exceedingly advantageous
torms upon whii.li tlicso goods wero pur
chased, enables -Mr. Lehning to sell or man
ufacluro clothing chenpor than any other es
tablishment in tlio city j and for proof of this
ho would ask tlio public to try him, or rail
nnd examine the goods and ascertain prices.
If the person or persons who, on Saturday
night last, took from my premises, ono barrol
of saur kraut, mistaking it for whisky, will
return it, I will reward them with ono gal
Ion of lugtjr, and tioiucstlons askod. D'yo
hoar. tt II. H i.n mm.
Cairo Lodge Xo. 2:iT, A. i A. M., will
hold a stated communication this (Wodiies
tlay) iivonitig. March 8th, A. U. 5,808, at 7J
o'clock. Visitors fratornnlly invited, lly
order of thu Y. -M. Ciu'h. Korkkat,
County Court adjourned Saturday uvenlng.
Tim rite of eonfirmation was adinlnlslcred
in th church of tin Itedecmer, yesterday, by
lllahop "Vliltehouo to eighteen applicants.
Tlio building wa crowded to excess.
Noxt 'odntsday the present city officials
t;ivo pko to the new ones.
Thsire aro six retail liquor establishments
in the city, doing business without llcenso.
The nme of th proprietors will be enrolled,
to-morrow, on tho docket of 11. fShannossv,
Thu tilgotion for circuit judge will be held
to.BMrrow. Kvery democrat should vote for
.ludge Sloan bieaufe of his suporior ability
nnd bccNiiM he is a democrat.
Tho weather yestorday was dry and cold.
During thu proceeding night It was very
A little 1hv while jumpinc from n shed
noiir the custom liouo yestutday, to a pile of
ttauu la-low, smirk his chin against his knees,
mrclng hi- .utli alinw.t entirely through his
tongue. Por u moment it was' thought that
his jaws htul ben diiloeated.
mi.. i . ...
j.m hijj mnaiu i iirevaiiiiig aniolig Him
youairsteujii.t nit. Itl not tin uncommon
light to ie as many a thirty or forty ofthem
tn a ainglo group "plugging for l;ep" or
"Jtut for tlio tun fifths thin;."
A rtsdluul corruindent of tho (lolconda
'HiiraUV speaking of linker's candldacv for
the circuit Judgship, says "the republicans of
the circuit reel themselves under no obliga
tloni to support a man whom u few republl
cans of Cairo would foist upon them."
TVtr shall, no doubt, b accused of exaggera
tion, but wo nuert it, nevertheless, us it fact
that a ntfajwi, rollitij; h neat block, near tho
end of thu market houo, Saturday p. m. was
bwt by twnty-t)irce dogs. A little terrier
'.'oimucucing the attack was kicked oft) and in
lui than three mtnutoi twenty-two other
dogs crime Ui tho nvsoiie, and madathu darkey
capitulate. Dog of uvcry size, kind, shade of
color and pitch of bark cmd to fill the
whole market space.
llannon has our tliunkw for lato paper, ilo
is u very (.ntbiprUitig nuw dealer, fully up
to tho ruiulrim(iits of thu tlino.
There aro only sovon children now In the
orphan asylum. The number Increase and
diminlilio, scarcely ever, howovor, falling
below tho preient number.
A colorud indlvidtiul named Kfmnoy Is en
gagod iu the commendable work of teaching
the old idea how to shoot, in thu brain of
uogro men uud women. Ilo has u night
school for suoh as cannot sparo timo for ntudv
during the hours of daylight.
Curtain parti) living in tho neighborhood
of tin orphan asylum, aro guilty of tho mean
ost kind of putty larceny, in this, that they
havo freely supplied themselves with fuel
from the coal and wood pile: of that institu
tion. Arrangements havo -been ' niado that
will Insure tho noxt fuol thief that 1 detected,
u liberal charge of buck hot.
The aylum greutly needs a coal and wood
house. Tho fuel stolen during tho pint year
would, if restored, pay for ono.
"Wo heard u dozen' porson's, 'yesterday,
chargo their heal-aches to tho over-healed and
sulfonating atmo-jhere of tho churches.
Crowdwd , buildings closed wludon, and
fitoVtW kept at it red-hunt were certainly pro
voeativfpfuch coniplninti. In ono of tho
churches n Jady fuintod twice, anil other
vere comi)ellcu to Icavo to avoid liko conse-
Clutpter VII of "Mary Elsfordj or tho
rebel volunteer" is eagerly looked for. Tlio
Jiletr' i olis ' Promulgator' i tho only nanur
that will oontaln it, arid anticipating an un
usual demand, tho publisher lias printed u
tian iiuro extra.
Turtles iu thu city, doing an unlicensed
ltHnuM will rav $U,9S by fortifying them-
.ivri w.uiu iiccuhi) ueioru to-niorrcrf ovon
.. Tim outgoing onicor loteiifJ to rrcst
C ' rtelinirucnt; in tho city.
T!t Itcgitlnr Ail vrrllsliifr Patron of the
Tim column of tho 'lliillctlii' point with
unerring ccrtnlnty to tho most enterprising
nntl rellahlehtitiness housos and professional
men in uio city, uur roauors abroad will
make n nolo of tills fuel, our local renders be
ing cognizant of it nlroml y.
Persons conloiiipluting thu erection of
building', tlio fitting up of store-rooms, etc..
should call on John Madden, enrpenter mid
builder, tit his shop on Twelfth street between
l'oplnr nnd "Washington Avenue. Ills stipe
rior is not in the city.
Tho City National Until; stands No. 1. in
tlio confidence of tlio public. It numbers
among it stockholders tlio most suhtnntlnl
business men and capitalists of tlio country,
and is managed by gentlemen of acknowlodg
ed flnnucial acumen.
Tlio First National Hank of Cairo, among
tlio first banks established in tlio stnto under
the nntionnl banking law, has met with tin
interrupted success. It is controlled bv our
wealthiest merchants and traders, tlio business
boing directly under tho eyo of tlio nblost
financiers of the country
Illinois Central Kuilroad, tho largest rail
road in tho wirld and ono of tho most success
fully managed, is not forgetful of tho advan
tages of judicious advertising. Facts of in
terest to tho traveler aro Fct forth in its ad
vertisement. The l'eoria -Mutual Jlenovolent Association,
is represented iu this city by Mr. Louis Her
bert. Ladles or gentlemen may provido
against want iu timo of sickness, by tlio pay
ment of a small annuity. It is an institution
that warmly commends itclf to nil prudent
(. 1). "Williamson i ono of our oldest and
most extensive grocers and dealers in boat-
store, and is widely and mot favorably
known. Patrons aro not seared off bv the
presence of tho book-keeper, John N. l'ntton,
notwithstanding his ovor-shadowlng propor
tions, and astounding muscular derelopment.
No. 70 Ohio Levee.
Dr. A. (J. Holden dentist, corner of Eltrhlii
and Ohio Levee, executes work tiromtitlv and
scientifically, without, as dentists usually do,
charging all tho money a patron has or ox
pects to havo. Go around nnd g.tpo tit him,
and he'll tell you all about your molars, inci
Look nround tho city nnd select tho most
skillfully executed signs and ten to ono you
will see the imprint of Carl L. Thomas there
on. Ilo is on the top round of tho ladder in
tho mattor of sign painting, having few equals
nlivwhre. Cnrnnr nf Klchlli nml f'nmmnr.
Tho oldest and one of tho heaviest whole
sale groceries and llrpior establishments In
tho eify, Is that of Mcssr. U. Smyth & Co.,
Ohio Lovoe. rounded when the city was in
its infancy, it has been nttonded by uninter
rupted success, constantly growing in public
confldenco nad widening the circuit of Its
Tho Cniro Hook blndory, Marcus Sllver
burg, proprietor, is a tlrst-clas establishment,
turning oil' as good work in can bo dono any
where, and serving tho demands of the city
and surrounding country most satisfactorily.
No. "3, Ohio Lovee, third floor.
ChasT. llindc, forwarding and commission
merchant and agent of the Cairo transfer
company is, doubtless, tho most extenslvo
operator between Pittsburg and Now Orleans.
Iluving unlimited storage capacity, nnd being
agent for several line of steamers his facilities
The .'let.' I it ii I .Suit.
Tho city council met in special session Sat
urday uvenlng, to provido for it vigorous do-
fi'iise in the McOinnis eao. Tho commlttco
to whom tho matter bail been referred, re
ported that th' wero at n loss what to do in
tho preuiinos, uud asked thu council to bo re
lloTcd from a further consideration of the cast
Thereupon the following resolutions wero in
troduced uud adopted
llesolved, by the city uiunell of the citv of
Cairo, That tlio city attorney 1m), and he is
hereby authorized and instructed, to commit
nlcato with counsel In tho cltv of Now York.
and to takit all such other steps as In his judg
ment may no neceary ami propor, with u
view to defending tho attachment mil com
menced and now pending In thirdly of Now
York against tho city of Cairo, In which K.
YV. Mcliinnis is plaintiff.
Jtesolvod, That tho city clerk be, and ho is
hereby Instructed, to furnish tho city attorney
certified copies nf all records and documents
in his olllco which tho tity attorney may re
quire. Jtfsolved, That the city clerk bo ordered to
furnish, forthwith, to the cltv attorney n cor-
tilled copy of these resolutions, together with
tho vote tif tho council thereon.
This is buslnets-like, so far as it directs it
vigorous defense of the city's rights, uud will
speedily lend to a determination of tlio ques
tion of liability to pay, etc.
Tho adverti.cment of Mnssr. Pitcher it
Henry appear in anothor column. Theso
gentleuien havo tho heaviest general hard
ware establishment in the city, nnd will bo
found in all ropects equal to the demands of
trade In their particular line. Thev aro ex
cellent business men, giving their personal
attsntion to tlio wants of customers, and will
be found ablo and disposod to compete with
the larger markets of tho country In supply
Ingpnrties who buy to soil again.
Call iu nnd look through their extensive
establishment, and you will bo tatlsflcd that
the hardware department in tho city, is fully
up to the requirements of the times.
An Individual, sandwiched by two females,
ran against Mr. ilcllale, on tho sidewalk last
night and caught him by tho throat "With
out waiting for further developments McIIale
dealt the impudent ruffian ono of bis "usual,'1
and knocked him iovurul yards out Into tho
If that individual had a contract for taking
Mc. by the throat, he doubtless knows by this
time that ho was a great fool for not sub
Some party unknown, entered tho premises
of Mr. llloom, on Saturday night last, and
t' l'i j njl' n ;barrcl of rtur-kmut, undor tlm
dehulon that It was 'liquld'forty.rod."
llloom don't euro about bringing tho thief
to grief, but wants his kruut back, To insuro
it return he promises tho thief ontlro oxemp
tion from prosecution, and u gallon of lager.
If that barrol of spoiled cahbago I not rolled
back, in an.wer to theso promises, i is In tho
hands of' h very xueejt thief that': sdl.
The report gained currency this morning
that Mr. J no. O. Marmati was in a dying con
dition. It affords lis pleastiro to contradict
that report, and assuro Mr. Il.'s many anxious
friends that ho is still cdnvnloscltiE wltli ev
ery prospect of a full and oarly recovery of
ins accustomed healtn.
Ve havo not that faith in tho roportcd pur-
rhnn of tlm controlling interest in tho Mobllo
nnu unio railroad company, by tlio loreign
bondholders of tho Illinois Central company,
that wo HhOuld liko to have. "Wo hope it fs
true, and distrust it only on account of the
Heavy liabilities of the iormor company, Hint
could not probably bo disconnected from tho
(The St, Charles Hotel. Hnndnv, Mureh 7.)
n n 1-nrnrr, city;
II It Lyman, Ohio:
T (lusher, do
H Wolf.Ht lioulsi
I A Seildon, IihIi
J M Kntorly, Memphis;
.1 K llelly,
DM Kuowlei, Chicago:
W V lliiflincll. N 0:
J Vnolil, I'mliicah;
ci Jf Troolor, Kyi
W Wolf, HI Lotlls:
W II Chapman, Ccnlnilla:
J A Wliiilrnm. city:
.1 Thoma", Inifj
Wll Orohnnl. XYi
ISlilrldn.t fnin.Ht Louis:
w 3i noipinnn, inn;
M Iliirnman. "
Port I.lnt foi- llir lliiiim Kiullnir
Tnu u'rliK'k, I'. Sl
Amlerson Colum.i Win. While, l'adiienhs
0. II A'lm.S.o.;
i.uy oi uairo, Mtuiiiiii;
Stfflu, I'ittsi iuk:
Jno I.iiinilrn, "
Ilclli Memphis, HI. Louis;
fit) of Alton, Ut. Louo
flen Anderson. Cnhnn ;
wm. Whllo. IVidiicali!
City of Alton. VIokniintBi
City of Cairo, Ht. I.nun;
John l.ttmsden, Nahrillc;
i. II. All
ll-lli Memphis, Memphis;
D.ivld Watts, Waterloo.
The weather yesterday was cloudy and
cold, uml to-day a lmht drizzling rain is fall
ing with tho temperature considerably
f.Thc Mississippi is steadily recodlni: nt St.
Louis, and the Ico between that port and Cairo
L'avu boats considorablo truiiblo tlurintr Sat
urday und Saturday night. This mild weath
er will soon clear It out, howuvcr.
The Ohio is still receding its entire lenirth.
with G fett 0 inches in the canal, und -1 feet
y inches in tlio pass over mo mil.
Here it has fallen about -1 inches in the last
24 hours. ,
Tho steatnor Lumsdcn brought a lnrnn lot
of iron for tho south, several packages for
St. Louis, nnd returned with about 1,000 sks
Tho Talisman brought 87 bars iron for tho
railroad, ana About JU tons lor tho south.
Tho Armada brought fur tho railroad 3
stone, K. I). Hendricks 5 pkirs sundries.
wart, Orth it Co. a stoves, Warren iV Co.
1 box. A. Fn:ler ditto, K. Hullo & Co. 3 pkgs,
Macklo & Co. 2 boxes eggs, J. C. Sullivan
10,000 staves, and the following for tho south:
90 coops poultry, 340 bids flour and meal, 130
sks corn, '22 casks meat, 22 pkgs cgus.
Tho Cumberland brought A. M. Cundilf
1 bbl eggs, Kills fc Son f.O bbls flour. Chns.
Galltgher 40 sk wheat, Iicorwnrt, Orth &
Co. 10 plows. For Now Orleans, 30 bbls
whiskey. Memphis, 207 pkgs sundries. Few
lots for other points.
The Tyrono brought 33 hdds tobacco, 300
bbls meal, 80 pkgs couar ware tor the south
Tho Lizzie Gill discharged her for Chica
go, Id" bbls rice, 2!i0 boxes raisins, 100 boxes
oranges, 112 sks seed and 327 cattle.
The C. I). Allen brought K. II. Heudrlel:,
152 cuttle; discharged for Louisville, 110 pkgs
oranges and lemons; Cincinnati, 70 boxes
o rang os, and 30 bbls molasses.
Tho Cltv of Alton added 1 10 bbls flour, and
a lot of otficr freight for Vicksburg.
Tho lllehmond added from K. It. Hand
rick's, 2,500 bbls Hour, 01 sks rye, 0,000 feet of
lumber, and wont on her wuv "Joicing.
Tlio Wm. "White, Capt. Northern, Clork,
.liniiny Iloverlv. is the regular Cairo nnd I'a
ducah'puckct this evening.
The ituth is having a rough timo of it try
ing t get out from St. Louis. Tho Shamrock,
vetterdav, reported her aground nt Grand
Tower for a futv houri, on Saturday, nnd wo
now hear of lior aground at Hat Island. In
all probability she will be out this evening.
'llio Kvausville Cornet Hand supplied with
tho new St. I.ouls instruments, ami undor tho
leadership of Professor lluck wero out on a
pleasure trip on thu Armada yotterdav. It is
u band of only five months practico, yet its
execution was pure nnu smooth as tnat o! old
For Circuit Juil(r.
.'Vr .1iU,ti . 1'lenic nnnonneit that DAVID J.
HAKKIt.Jr , Is a ramlhlate fur the offlfe of Judfro of
tho Mneteenth Jndlvinl Dli-trlct.
Kit tii.n on tin Cth ly of Murnh, 1A0O. t
HannjrUenioliclted by persons of txith pollllcal
luirlles to run for the JiulKuthip of lh ineternth Ju
lluial Diatrirt, nt an election to Ik held on Ihn 8lh luy
of March, A. I), MW, I now announce myself ns arau
filiate for that office, and pledge lnyclf to the people
that, if elected, I will dllwijo It ilutlc-s impartially
and tn h bent of my sUIII and aldlity.
QAIKO AND l'ADUCAH
Tlm liiitit draiialil nassencerfiteamar
jfsgj WM. WIIITK,
It. V. .NOIITIIKIlN- - -..Master,
J.M.IlKVEItLY , - Clerk
Wlllmnke, rentier DAILY THIItl Ixitweun Cairo and
lVlucuh, ImvinK Cairo every etenlng (rtunday ex
ctptodlatntoo'iiUieU. Tin-Wini.icfiniiocU at I'aducah wlt't tho New Orleuns
and Ohio railroad, anil tho Cnmberland and Tennessee
For freight or panauan apidr on board, or to
, il. J. 1IUUKI.KV, Aaeut,
l""'f tf Cairo, llllno.
QAIHO AS I) MKMI'Iliy
2!-3l!.Tho flno sido-wheol stoamor
c9ifc MOLIJE HAMIJLKTON,
H.W, IIAMITO.V.-Master MAJ. I'AUL Clerk,
Leaes euro for Memphis and all Intermediate land
mi's Uvcry 1'ilUoy EvmluK oa arrival of (he
r i . Train.
orders for Kuppllea to bo purchased at CalroorMm
Phi. promptly attended to as directed. I'lanters alone
tlio nt er mid inirclmiil in the two cities will And the
'terii1'' '''B,''ne,'i nt"' ftl1 0lhr whom It may cou
Take'noiici,. that on the J7lh ilay of Juuo. A. D. 187.
at a salu cd landa aad town and eity loU for the Hlalo
in A ' "no one ami unpaui, wun coata, thcreoi
" Vi1 !?Mt elghu-on (18), In township number four
;'t'"tvth. and Iu range number three (3)wstof
i'iucipai iiii-nuiau, conimmniraienil acre.
at,".,;,un,y"r Alexar.dor endBUteeT ITllnolivInJ
that the timo for the rwlemptlonthereof ftora sal J aala
wlil "V.'.' WKo ieh 4f ?f Jaae, A. t. Use.
..umuiriuu i i ii a iniiiuai oencnt, and tlioir patroauce
ror freishl, paaje.or Information apply en board
the Mlwrfboat, or on the Humbleton. fcWdtf
i ' " 'Wi, neio mpursuauca of law, at the
court home hi tho city of Cofro, Alexander couoir.
btuto or Illinois, J nurchiueathe fo))(,winx real csUti
JT(m HAIiE Oil IlKNT-NewootlnKo.S rooms,
, eUlerti, put budding, thieo Iota-corner iiocitf-i
niul (sixteenth streets. CIIKA1'.
tnarldtf HIIICKW A OtMlKKT. Ally V.
"PlOU SAIiK-Thrco ilosrnMo residence nt Imr
f irftln-. ffoltfilfl JOHN W. THUVKU A "it.
ITIOlt HUNT CrttlnKe with 0 rooms rm Wnslilifg.
ton ntcntio and Tenth utrect. Ai;ilytn
W . . I IIUHiTI I IV,
WASiTKI)-To rxclinnnn SO acres of Uml In l'a
l.tkl county for unlrn prnvcil city rmfrly.
inar.iuziv Appiyio t ni.i.iw.n,
rA.TKI)-AlM.iniliT County Order, at fO its.
TV on uiniiuiiar, lornn Kin'is or i.umiior una ituii-
Yf. W. TIIOUMO.V.
AX SALE NOTICE.
To Oil Allliiin, George W KeIlos, Joint t Slineil, S
Mwau iA)iorinu kuwin l'arion, (firm or Taylor Ik.
1'anohs), (.'eorfe Headricli, J II Hetlln, ohii t
Krnin, David It Bracken, John P McMillan, I'aliey
Giles, amlLer lielri, V V Atlieiton, Ctiaile Tliomn,
tlrorce MctlocV, John S Taylor, Miiindi Manliildon,
James Thompson. SI Hinllli, W'lnfleld S Chapman,
William -lew ait, M M Itawllnji, Aia Kli, I, I. Light
tier, A. C Ulckurion and P. Vincent, and all olhrrs
You nnd each of voumr lim-ln-m.ilflc il Dial t n . .1.
Oflandintthe door Of the cnurthouie, In ihn rlly of
Ctho, in the county of Alviander and State of Illinuii,
un uir iu, uuunc, a. ii, nur, lorum suite, county,
school, and oilier kites and coil duo and unpaid far the
year A. I). Hit, I hecamelhc purchatirofllie following
anu descrltjxd city lota and lart la, rituatid Inthe city of
vui aim uir auuiiiani inerein n ueiow ci lortn, and In
the rountvofAlaiander and Slate of Illlnoii, which aild
landa weie niicd. taxed and aoM In the liatuen of the
pefion.helow set forth raipectlttdyi
Date of I 'nr.
Ill Who. Name At;
I noised, Tmitl
. iCIty, or what
June 3, lbOTill II Alllton..
John (( Hlancil...
'(Taylor A. Panont
. M II
.. IK 00
, I ay tor A. rarons
Taylor I'anoni-.... SljlSjln
ame m . i"
Taylor A. 1'aiirjn i i 3,1
ame,.,..,M . II 1
aame.. 21 4
atne i ...... 21 S.
same ... "j?J. s:
aanie ,. ...;t: ft
aam T, t
nine ,ii t
ime ...... 4 ,3 Itt
I Minn - 1 171 In
,A. C. Mekvrson and,
F. Vincent...-. .i:C,l
J. II. Heyllii
John M. Kruni
IHttid II. Ilrnekea....,
Jno. I. MeMillMO..
ritry fll fipt olif nrqr
l'iey 0ip heir. ... w pt e)if.iijr
I'. I . Athvrtnti iik ne
Clmrlci Thoina.. ., i m, enr
t'nltnown p-rson 'tt,t'n r l,f
fisorgn M.tlock.-..- hf t qr
John.-1. Tayor.M....... qr
anii .......,; mi imci ni qr
Marindn Marcliilduu.M nrau fir
same 'nw nr m nr
Jut. Thompson uml tw in qr
im nw ntt qr
am Uw rt qr
M. M. UuHltni'
Asa Nix- .
fAI DO i
L. I. I.iulitrit r I
Ion qr (lot 1) 10 17, 1, pj
tqr(lotll) 10 IT l! In
liffract'l ,. hf 1 1,
hf nu qr
That thntuiii, fur tlm rnletiiitiou of I lie alxm ili-
rilx-il lots, land and premix-s, all nf vthichitr, itu4
IimI In Alexander enmity, flute of Illinois, will rxpire
on lheS6th day of June, IW.
I- i:. ALIIItKiIIT, 1'iir Iiu-i r.
Culrn, III , Mir. h I. low. martdSw
1S.SOLCTIO-V OF COl'AltTN KHrjHir
.Notice l hereby Klventlw' Ihe tiMirtinihi her. -tufr"i
xntinj in thereil etut, Uimess Iwtttr.n i,(
iindersiKned. under the arm name of Jutnit;. Iluiiiikii
Co., Inn lnn dissolved by nintiial ons-nl, ilntiiiif
from January I, I , J.duit llarinaii retinal," fr-m
tho firm Mr. Wiaaloii is aulhorlted t i i olle. t nil
il'blj) due thu late firm, aad assume tho pit tin-nt ,.f
liabditH-. JOIIXtJ. lrAltMW,
Cairo, III , March 6, 1S09.J C Wl.ViTON.
In retlriiiK from the real e statu business, 1 dis.irc to
return my l hanks to the numerous atroiH wlmhttv
for a number of e.tr Mitnistel m tt.ih ihr ir husi.
ncss, and mutt heartily recommend Mr Wlnsion, un
dcruhose m.iiinc;rmcnt tin Ixininesm of the firm .
Iieen conducted for the runt three, years, oud mIi.ihiI!
contmiiu the blisiiioaji. s u KemluiiiMli of miduulted
biiiiness' eapaeiir and honor, and In every my no.'
lied to Hatmuu'torily ilixchirK) Iho btuinexs of ' real
caiuiuiKem aim oroker
WheriMS. Mary A. Mitchell, by her Certain deed
Ix-aringdate the tluventh day of Juue. A. D. Uu7, ami
recorded inbopk "V" of il?eds on pax 511, A. , In
the recorder's ottlce of Alexander county, llllnoi., did
contey in fro In Ihn undersized, William J, Alleu, the
follottins (ievilbcd lot, pieces Or parcel Of Jand aim
and in Alexundercounty, Illinois, yui Lot .No. three
block No. ono : nine. In hloi l.- tio. i,m ik.u r.m,
anil sire, in block three one, two and thru. In llwk
four : one, two, threr, four and lite, la lock ate ; live
and Mx, In block, u one, two. three, four, lite and
ix, iu black eeveti s one. two, three, 'four stixl fite, in
btitukelxhtj uo. tito, three, four and live, m blovk
nine. s one, two, three, four, fire and aix, in blra k ten ;
and IwlnK fwitot tho county iliiion of iheoldtottu
of l.'nlty.anil In section ihirty-xix, township fifteen,
south rango two weJd.of the third pr ueipal meridliiui
and alo tho publiQ quurn in cud town of Unity, at
will more fully-JriPcarbr reference lo Km r,!.il nrii.l
town in the vet-order's oRIca of uld comiiy. The
liorlheustquvtcrof the foutheast quarter. ofliou
thlrtysix, towjuhlp fiftevn.spulh mngo two went, i on
Ul.'ilnu forlv acres (excent aatinv ami ri.(.tiinini,.,
quarter t' aiiaero, Including the nilro grae)a I in
now and heretofore known aituaied on a xinall mound
m mm iracn, ono, uio iiortiiwuiuiuiiterof the aoulh
weHtauarter of noution tliliir.nun. In ii.v.m.li,t, nn....,.
eoutli, range ono west of the third principal mend
iaa. oontatnini! nftv.onii cu rfi nml aI.iih ,.f .wr...
ulo tho follow itis'decrild Jots, pieces nr parcel of
mil" in ihiiu iuhii ii uniij, Mil vnuand iwo III hquurn
atx. beiusE part of eeclion thirty -ix, towuliiplllloii
uuiii, riiiign inn yimii iimo, nt Known on salil plat or
town of Unity, lots one and two Iu qiutre lie, und lot
four iu aquare heren; lot flvo in Hiirrn ten, In said
town of Unity, the craiilor expreisly alandynlns nnd
wnivinc all riuht of holnostead exemntiim. In liilt.
howetcr, that if a certain note execuled by suid Mary
A, Mitchell Iu Hailing, Wilkerson A Co., for Iwunty
Uve hundred ilollara, ifutnd even date with hnid deed,
and payablo nixty iloye from date, and in said deed
more particularly deacrlbed, hliould not be well and
truly iuld when the same he'eatnu duo and pa) able,
then the said Will win Jt Allen, or hll lecal renrexenlu.
fives, miht, on Iho request of the holder of autd note,
proceed to ell the above dcsoribeil, properly or any
i art thereof, at Mihlic vendiln lo the hluheat bidder.
as by the terrna of ald deed aro nrovided. nnd nnon
such valo make, execute and deliver to tho pure hner
or purcnasrr tuercor a uven u leo aiinpie llierelor.
And whereas, euld note lias long since bocorne duo nnd
payable, and the sum of twculy-eifiht hundred and
thirty-two dollars and twenty-five cents of principal
and intercut now remains dun and unpaid on said note;
now therefore, notice js hareby Riven, that at the re.
quest of the holders of said note, and in purausnce of
the terms and conditions of said deed, I, tho4id Wil
liam J. Allen, undersigned, will, on Monday llm.lli
day of April, A. U. 18(3 at tho court house in the city
Cairo, Illinois, at the hour of ten o'clock a.m., of tald
lar. proceed to jell the nroDcrtv bereinbufora
aoritmd.or noinucli thereof as uiuy Ihi necessary , to
miij iu aiuiiuatvo rvfitaipniK uuo on aaid nolo an
imuunieo remaining uue on aalil ante as
itti the subsequent intercut that may ac
a, and the i eoa'a and expenses of tints trut;
vute and deliver to the purchaser or pur-
wureaaiu, wun tae
crue inereon, a
and Will execut
chaser thereof a deed therefor.
n . L . WILLIAM J. ALLEN, Trustee.
Oren k. Qilbert, attorneys.
iro, in., rti.ruary i, sew. rnaradaoil
glLL UK ADS
mj qr w qr
lif ns ir
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QHAS. T. HINDU,
FOKWAHIlN(r AND COMMISSION
J. Gr 33 3NT T ,
CAIRO TfLiXNlWlt COMPANY
CM 110 ILLINOIS.
')'hroiiK IHIU or I.nilltiK Klvrl (o al
AvnllitMo Point by Hull or Witter.
ntrsi-KCIAL ATTKNTIO.V TO KOUWAIIDIMO.
"E.M I'll IS AN 1) ST. LOUIS
Tho followlne ltoatx eomprino
thin I. no and i
run in the follow un; oruer:
Arriti- at Calni,Arritent Cutrj.
i.iiw.i. I tr.
1IKLI.H ST. I.OUIH,
Tiieilay,o i.tnjSnlurdy 1 lt.tr
ThtirwIayS ji.m Monday, 1 s.rr
Sttunlity, 6 p.m Thnrs ,
. VlCKshUltll l'ACKKTH.
lArrlto at Qilio
rrie at tatr
Kndsy, 1 a.r
CITV OK ALTON.
Areher, Mter i
M. K. K01WVTJI,
I Wnlnd'y, Ii it.rn
Krl'Uy, & iun
S'uudiij, 1 a.r.
aundy. 6 p.m WednSj'y la.i
Coniiretinsatbt. Louis wild
Northern Line I'ntket Company,
Keokuk I'nrkrt Coinimiij-,
Omalin I'nckrt Compniiy,
and Vnrloui Ilnllronil Line.
?triuplil nml White lllvr- Inckrt Co.,
Arkuiiu ltlvrr I'ntkct Com jut n y,
.Ittmplil nml Clinrle ton II. It.,
runt Jt lillppl A. Triiursaccll.lt.
At VlekstnirK with
Yaxoo ltlvrr I'nckrt, an 1
VIckiljurK and lrrlillnii Itallrostd.
fllfltar thnmsh hill Mipnd Ik ket t'.. ail ara.hi
points by rflornv-r.
CHAS. T. II I MM".. tVneraJ Asen'.
OiWe on Wharr-boai
KD. K. M.vhN, Ttek't nnd lWeagt-r AK-nt
AS1IV1LLK AK1) OAIKO
U A I L Y I.I.VK!-5ia
ffi!!jLV CotisUting of tho following
4:?riscS,rlf'''ll''l passenger steamers:
Miuter HAIll'Klt-.-. .
Master I WOOIS
, Master DAVIt"
Mnkliin all llitorm'jniite landings, and KitiUK aprci.
kluntlufi to way Uumiiims.
CIIAS. T. IIIN'DK. f.. ner; As nt
leeSI 'tod Ortxie on V, hrfb.)t
TL ANTIC AND .M ISSISSI 1MI
S T i: A JIN JIJ 1 V ( si V X X 1
COMl'ItOMISi: LINK STKAMKHS
JXT 33 W OIlIiXIAItTB
W. H. AltTIICH .. ,..
I.AItV UAV .
...in ii n, sutler,
. WIIITK. M-er.
...... COM,!-, Majter,
IIIS.SIAItt K ,
OI.IVi: HltA.VCII. ,....
.(JltKK.NOUKII Mom r
Comprising all the Unnl and l.rno.t bpjts out of b'
One rf lliftt-jvo line of itcamera will IcatnCait-.
fftr New Orlun tvry other ,!), cunnectiD): nt 'e
Orlenn with Ooean Line of Steamers to
I.I vrrjiool, New York, Hoatnn, and CJalvea
I'j eiigtrs and hijipers ran rely on one nf the
boaU leaving Cairo punetiutlly a abuse. Will pa
partloiilar allvntluti to all ttat freiKlit Mow Mumptui
lo New Orleans Ca4, T. ftlNDK,
fleiicrnl At?r nt, Cairo,
Oijlcf, on Wharfloat, I'ublio Iindius
KD. F.HISSOJi, I-asM-nKi rnnd Ticket Asent.
Other, at Kt. Charles Hole),
Tlf KM1MIIS, "VVHITK MVY,l
X1J. JiIT'J'JK JtUUJv
UNlTKDSTATiy MAIL LINK.
JOHN 11. OA VIS, Hui.'t, Meinphl, Tenmvi
. jfifS?'. Tho splendid aldo-wheel
c, rASSK.VdKU STKAMKIIS
MA.YPJ.OWKH, COMMKHCIAJi aisd
I.eato Menmhl every TURSDAY. THURSDAY rm i
HATI'HDA Y, ut & p.m., for While Jtiver, connecting at
Uuvair llliltl with tho M mi Dili
th tho Meini.liU and Little llaok 111.
road for Little Itoek and I lot Hprinir
If t . t 1.,.. 1,... .Ct I - '
iriii,inn iu liilfciu lUi;a, IB liuur.
KreighU and I'tukeugor leeeipted orurtheabev
Line at lower ratai than any other route.
CIIAB. T. IIINDK, Agent, Cnlrn, Kl.
JgVANSVILLK AND CA1HO
.fr35!i V Consisting of tho following
rSjilcudid riuiscngcr .Stiameruc
DUtlOUOIIKT. Master I'OWLK., ,. .JdttU
Leavea Cairo Sunday and Thursday at S p.m.
DEXTKIl Ma.ter OltAMMEIt.- CKi
Leaves Cairo Tucaday and Friday at & p.m.
Wt ,'A. L()WTII...Matcr WHIUIIT (.
LearCa Cairo Wcdaibday and (Saturday at 8 p.m.
Making all mti rmodiale landlnics, aad paying pe
tlouliiratteatioii to I'ltchct Freight. ,,
C1IAS. T. JIINDK General Agent,
Ottlce on Wharf-beat
Hialeti at she assWe of U.e Caif 8uUliaw