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Time of Airlvnl ninl Departure of Mull.
(Cairo Post Ortiee, February 2, 18I)
(Time of cloning.)
vnHli (through .i:W).m,..; H O"i'.m.
North "... ...... 4:41 P-l" : P m.
Autl " (through and way). SiOOii.m I':"" !"
Mh (Memphis A N. ().).. 4:00 n.tn 4:00 p.m.
Ohloltlvcrrouto ;twp.m oioup.m.
IIl"lppl Wver route,
Tuwdnys nnd KrldnyH... 0:00 p.m 7:00 p.m.
Charleston, Mi,., Tuesdays
Thiir'1ny. SHiMyi.. 11:00 n.tn ...11:00 n.tii .
Tlicl, (loose Island llllll .., e .
PrttiuVo 0.O0p.mKrl. 7:03 a.m. But,
wilnn nlvn roiito iletmrls uvery day cxrept Mondays
J. M. (iKAIIAM, P. M.
Thoso awing stnto mid county taxes duo on
tieronnl property, will save costs by ptiylnj;
tho samo nt once. Tito law is thus : If any
person shall fail to pay tlto tuxes charged
..fiiinki him on or before tho first diiy of
March, tlio collector mny distrain his personal
nroncrty nnd proceed to fell tho Mine.
Collector's ofllco nt tho courthouse in Ctiiro,
Alexander county, Illinois. Ollicu hours
from 1 o'clock p.m. until ! o'clock p.m., dur
ing this month. Lovi II. M vkks,
Hherlfland ex-olilclo collector nfAlcxfitulcr county, III.
Cairo, JU., Mar-li U. lsoe.nv
Hv buvinit voure-roccrios of .). II. Mctcnlf,
who l.-ecps largo and f ol-ct stock of the best
familr supplies, nnd cells cheaper than tho
cheapest, No. 381 Washington avenue, op
posite tho court house. mnrntf
Now clothing or tho latest nnd most fnh
ionnhle stvlw. lust received by J. Lchning,
frt i n nTitn l.nvao. Also ti fine variety of
pioce goods, embracing the most ile'irublo
patterns. Tito exceedingly advantageous
terms upon which theo goods wero l r
. hated, nublo Mr. Lebttlng to sell or man
ufacture clothing cheaper than nny other es
tablishment In the city j nnd for proof of thi
be would k tho public to try him, or cull
and examine the goods nnd uecortaiti price.
I I ' III Mill
A fw days since n grtiin of corn wns re
moved from the ear of n little s-ott of W. T.
IIow, of Mount Sterling, which he slipjied
into that oigun four yMMiigo. The strnngost
mo of corn in the ear on record.
A Allow about li feet tnii fell in Uteri vor
yesterday, and but for tin- prompt exertion
f bystanders would certainly have drowned.
After being thus rescued from hi perilous
pradtenutMt. Iw rewarded his ttwtttof.s by n
tiradaof abuw, and stated for their edlfleit
tlon that he wni a "jaybird." Anuth r dip
would, we hbYenoduubt, btyjettted that chap
Two gentlemen of the city, whose biislne-s
it i to knock beeves in tho heed, attempted n
praotkwof their onlling, upon one another.
They ura strong, well-inucled individual,
and eieltanged nfow very hearty blow, when
an ollleer inUrferred nnd separated them. By
mutual commit they suited into one another,
eaoli determined to give tho bet he had ir. his
shop to give vigorously nnd receive grn
iotulr. The impression m'ohis to prevail that all
tho jumpers of the county aro cared for in tlto
St. .Mary's lnllnnary. ThW ij si mistake..
Only the invalid pimpon such a require
modical attention and mtrln, are admitted
into th.it institution. The care of these in
volves a cot of oa cents per day per pnuper,
in Htrlp. This is equivalent toYj or "1 cents
per day in cash, and is a verv reasonable
charge. Tint Infirmary is an institution that
sneH's the encouragement of alt unprejudiced
rwiplo, It it a refuge for the unfortunate,
A day or two ago an individual bv the numo
of (ilbn arrived in this cltv from ("oluinbiu.
Ky., with two yoke of cattle, which be sold to
jler. Ko' hlervV Co., butcher. This morn
ing n gentleman from the snme place arrived
in the city in punult of thw cattle, claiming
tltat (iHwon had
ttwon uau .mien them lrom his prem-i
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ises. in due time officers Hogmi and Arnold
found the purchaser, who are of couno inno
., . , . , ' . ,
cent of any complicity in the nti'alr, and put
tho owner in a way to recover Ids own. He
Immediately returned to Colunibu to catfe
GiUun's arrest for larceny.
Yester'day's 'Bulletin' contained a notice to
the effect that a barrel of saur-krattt hd been
stolen from the premise of II. Bloom, under
the delusion that it wns a barrid of whisky.
Bloom wanted the kraut brought back, and
otfered a full pardon and a gallon of beer to
secure Its return. Shortly art:1 the appear
ance of the paper containing this otfer, a gen
tleman cnllod upun Bloom and claimed tiie
boor. Ho had the kraut, but had bought it of
Bloom, peronally, aud paid the cash for It.
The particulars of the transaction were read
ily recalled, the boor was handed over, and
Bloom felt a harral of kraut richer, l-s the
gallon of beer and the cost of his advertise
Drutl. ofIlna" ClrmniU.
"Dad" Clement is no mure! The hale
old umn, who, n fow weoks aqo, give promise
of living out the 10th century, hat "hul!led
oil' this mortal coil," and passed to the real
tie of the eternal world. He died on Sun
day night, of pneumonia, having received tho
kindest and most diligent, friendly and pro
fastlonal attentions, from the moment ho took
to hit bed, until ho was laid nway in his nar
row eharnel homo.
Fow thoro aro in thl and Pulaski coiAtlw,
and upon tho hundreds of steamers that ar
rive at and depart from Cairo, who have not
long known "old dud ' und-Jovwl him for the
groat warmth and geniality of hi heart, hi
frank, open-handed ways, Id aympathy for
tho suffering and bis charity for tbo needy,
l-'ofcoviry, qijr lw l(Hd, k .humorous story or a
kind word, and, although not bountifully
bbMl with tilt world's goods, he shared
with the poor nnd deserving to the lust far
thing, lie had been connected with tho com
merce of the-i' rivers during a poriod of thir
ty or thirtv-llvo jeurs, ns a pilot, but always
regarded tnb sotl nif Illinois ns hN home,
anil seemed, really, to be a fixture of the
couiftry. Matured tnun and women rocollect
liiin for bis kind ne to them when children,
aud gray-haired veterans recall hint as tho
companion of their youth and their friend all
jilong the way of lile. Ho has gone, and left
u void that is folt by thousands u void that
jtoio nmy fill, bweet rost peace to hi
nl C Ana f irowell.
A Shameless Mother nnd her Spirited Mt
A soldier's widow, rnthor n sprightly look-
ing woiinin, camo to Cairo not mnny months
ago, nnd, with her two llttlo boys, secured
rooms nnd commenced housekeeping within
a milo of tho tunrkot hornio. In duo timo a
negro mtin, a great, coarse, uncouth, llmbor
jointed, shambling croaturo, formed her nc-
qunintanco nnd inttdo her house his hendquar
tors. In timo nn attachment, rovolting to
contemplate, sprung up betweon tho two, nnd
nn offer of mnrriago upon tho part of tho
negro was accopted. Anticipating that oh
stnclos would bo thrown in the wuy, should
nn nttompt bo itindo to coiiautninnto their
mntrimonial purpose in Cairo, tho couplo
awaited tho receipt of tho children's bounty
money from tho government, nnd then, taking
tho cars, visited St. Louis, iluch to their
surprise, thoy failed there in enlisting tho
services of nny person duly authorized to
unite them in marriage. Thov returned to
Cairo, whore thoy invested tho balance loft of
tho bounty monoy in a mule and drny for tho
negro, and are now living logotbor, to nil
nppenrnnces ns husband nnd wifo. All this,
although very obnoxious to common decency,
is boarablo, because in harmony with the
teachings of tho "God-nnd-humnnity" clement
of society. But this is not tho worst. Tho
two little boys, sprightly little fellows, who
heartily detest the negro, aro savagely bruised
nnd beaten, striped and nbusod because they
refttso to call him "father." Thoy nro poorlv
clad, ragged, in fact, and dirty; but their
proud spirits revolt nt tho bare sugge'tlon
thnt the ignornnt nnd dobascd black, who has
won the nflections of their shameless mother,
can ever till tho plnco of their soldier-fathor
of whom they hnve a distinct rocolloction.
Tho rod falls heavily upon Iheir tender flesh,
a welt nnswering every blow; but tho inquiry,
'will you call him father?' comes the un
varying nnd emphatic "no, 1 cannot, will
The little boys, wo understand, were sent
to one of tlto city schools, but tho crime of
tho mother becoming known, tho taunts, jeers,
scorn nnd derision of their playmates became
unendurable, and they left. Their mother
tried to whip them back, but the detortnined
llttlo fellows, enduring the most brutal beat-
ng, avowed a purpose to die rather than
face ngnin the tory of for shame, a repeated
hundred time a day by the tongues of
schooltnntot. Andsothcmatter .-lands to-duv
.MoiiihI City llciiik,
Krom thf Moiiti'l City Journal, Ctli lnt J
The houu of IMr. (Sreen 1. Gnrnor, ttonr
Villa llidge, wn destroyed by lire lust 2!oii-
ay ovetiinc The fntnllv were nt umcr.
when the tiro broke out with fierceness on the
utMilo of the btiildlni;, adjoining the ehiui
ev. nnd all effort to ave tho Tuue wero
frttitle. Tito liuilclingi and grounds sur
rounding it constitute! one of the fluent plftccs
it I lie count v, ami .Mr. darner's loss must be
iitlte heavy. Ho was inurod in the l'ooria
Mutuitl for $1,200.
It isemowhHt remarkable that Capt. Ham-
bb'toti i?i7, dcpitu all friendly admonitions,
attempt to drive horse, l'eturning from
Cairo, recently, his team ran away with him,
threw him from his carriage, and dragged
lim, like mad, ovr something Iom than three-
quarters of a mile of rough ground.
Dan Hull, a bov about eighteen, stole a
Spencer repeating rifle from Mr. C. Bttrkhart
on Mond.iv. Tuesday the young thief was
found and taken before '.Squire Mortz, who
sent him to the Cairo Jail to await trial by the
Gus "Winston has been appointed township
treasurer, vice .1. W.Stewart, resigned. This
i a no. 1 appointment. Gus is un indefutiga-
bbt collector, perfectly reliable, steady and
deserving. He will give tho ollice the closot
attention, and how that the rontidetn e ro-
poed in him win not misplaced.
e - ii m
On Saturday a gentleman from abroad
turned ten head of cattle into Tower's stock
yard. During the night they broko out of
in, i!ii.iw it, (j in n v u luiui'u iiitk. uiiii aiiiiru
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tout tniu, ttiA ttiriAt illllifent ftpiireli lint rn.
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veaieu me wnereauottis oi oniy six ot mem.
It is conjectured that the other four have been
stolen. At all events u uitablo roward will
be paid for their return.
Hull- of Homra nnd 31ulr.
To-morrow at 10 o'clock, a.m., Hodges &
Carlo, auctioneer, will sell a largo lot of
horses and mules, at Parker's livery ktnble, at
public outcry, to the highest bidders. There
will be no by-bidding, but every animal of
fo red will be honestly sold for what it will
bring. A number of first class horses and
mules, broken to all kinds of work, will be
sold; nnd great bargains are insured to pur
chasers. As favorable an opportunity to buy
horses and mules was never before afforded
the citizens of Cairo.
The present fNeal year, in our municipal
affair, ends at I'i in. to-night, and to-morrow
morning tho new administration commences
Imocrntlo In all Its part, the radical party
cannot claim any share of tho credit of its
sweeps, or he called upon to shoulder any
portion of tho Maine that may grow out of its
failures or short-comings.
Thomas Kinney came to town yesterday
respectably drossod, nnd tho possessor of
twenty-eight dollars iu loyal curroncy. Dttr
ing tho evening, he threw too much "light
ning fly-killer" behind his countonanco, bo
came limber drunk, aud passed iuto an inter
val of utter obliviousness. He endod this in
terval by waking up in tho calabooso thl
morning, his hat gone, his monoy gone, hi
clothing muddv, and feeling most wrotchedly
-t itclied-upart himself. Where ho had boon
what henna done nna sutiereu, ho Had no
idea. He awoke to consciousness in tho cala
boose, was taken before old Dick, who fined
him $1 and trimmings; but let him otl'on fair
premises. And thus ended Tommy Kinney's
day s experience in tho city of Cairo.
In Pennsylvania India rubber shoos aro
sometimes called "gums." A gentleman front
Philadelphia, witlt his wife, was on a visit to
New York, and on returning tho housoof
t! host, ono evening, tho gentleman en-,
tered tho parlor alone. "Why, whoro is
huiily? ' lie answered: "Oh, Bin II v is out
side cleaning her gums upon the mat?'
- -- . -Of
three applicants for the postofllco at Du
buque ono claims it because bis wifo is a cous
in of Grant, another says he can "go him two
... i ... 1..... .1 - 7i , . . ".. t
hit e ouuui, aim me iniru wants it because
bo is a tanner.
The Inauguration H'li A Great National
From the Clnclanntl Contrrferolal.)
The ball, ns a whole, was a stupendous suc
cess stupendous In brilliancy, stupendous in
all the million nnd ono elements which go to
make up such nn imporial occasion. At this
hour, and with tho pnlpablo momory of the
jam and crush nnd vurioty and ologanco upon
one, a detailed report is out of tho quostfon,
and perhaps a general running skotch will do
more justice, in that it is impartial nnd not
specific, which would fail to do Justlco to all
tho constituents of tho timo and plnco. Thoro
wero flftoen hundred tickets, which, bringing
in ftgnntloninn and two ladies each, respect
ively footed up full five thousand pooplo in
nil, yet there was nmplo room and vorge
enough for all, and the spacious stnirwnys,
corridors and myriad rooms of tho magnifi
cent treasury department wero wholly Insuf
ficient for this itnmenso nttmbor to appoar by
sections as but a party cmjamilic. Ail tlto
dignitaries of the republican party were pres
ent, including tho wholo of tltcir leaders in
tho sennte and house, tho loyal govornor of
every northern and several western states,
nnd every prominent statesman and politician
whom tho festivities nnd the exigencies of the
week have brought to the capital. Of ladies
largo and Indies small, Indies young and In
dies old, ladies short and. ladies tall, ladles
tender, Indies bold, tho estimate or tho descrip
tion, cannot at this midnight hour, bo even
indulged. Sulilce it to sav, thoro wero repre
sentatives of tho blood, tho wealth and beauty
of the nation, and from over r state, from Cal
ifornia to the Atlantic, and tho lake to tho
gull. .Mrs. Uonorai lmitie, .urs. (Jcnoral
Thorp, Mrs. General Sherman, Mrs. General
Green, of North Carolina; .Mrs. General Fre
mont, -Mrs Senator .Morgan, Mrs. McCul-
loch, -Mrs. P. Seward, .Mrs. Grant, .Mrs.
Colfax, nnd scores of other distinguished wo
men shono rosnlondcnt in the representation
of the republican court "f America. All tho
lorelgtt nmlmtsnuor ana their lamtllos nnd
legations wore present, and the whole splen
dor and elegance of tho atliiir cannot be more
tnan teouiy suggested, uon. urnntanu lee-
rresiucni uoirax, kik! tnetr stilts, arrived nt
10:30, and wore immedist'dv conducted to the
grand marbbi room, where they received tho
ovation of thousands on thousand. Then tho
dancing began, and from 11 to what now ap
pears to be cortain to last till morning, the
fun nnd tlto mirth, and all the dnlioate doli-
rium of the dance abound, and more than
abound. More than fire thousand peoplo of
tho best society In tho republic aro spontane
ously tendering their heartfelt joy at tho groat
sttcceJ of tho grand events of tho day. This
l me te'tac!c, turn thus lar, not an accident,
not u hitch, not n jar has occurred to stir the
lements unpleasantly. Ilrlirht in ureMt deeds
havo been tho hours of tho day bright in
glad, grand festivities have bean tho hours of
tho night, and, ns morning come with iu
lieautiful smile, no eve aro ohwed in slumber
while this groat festival of the coutttrv is in
Tho nyirkot-houie stalls were olfeml for
sale at public auction yotorduy, and, with a
single exception, were struck off to the city.
Gus Althouse re-rented hit vegetable stand,
but the butcher's avowed their inability to
pay rent, while meat .-hops are licensed all
over the city. It is probable, therefore, that
the meat department of the market, will bo
A bull will be given in School Hall on
Sunday evening for the benefit of ,'harls
llelfrieh, whose bouse was destroyed by the
recent fire on Ninth street. Turn out and
give the old man u substantial benefit.
A pti.e of $10 wa olfurcd by the Connec
ticut Teacher.' Institute to anyone who could
spell the following lines without a mistake.
Thirty-eight teachers competed but not one
gained the prize: "It is an agreeable sight
to witness the unparalleled embarrassment of
a harnessed edler attempting to guago tho
symmetry ot n peeled onion, which a sibyl
b"as stabbed with u poniard, rogardlss of the
iuuendots of the lilies of cornelian hue."
Tho IronUn (Ohio) editors have a coolness
between them. The 'Standard' editor devo
ted a brondilde to bis cotctnporary of the
Register,' who fires back as follows:
The poor, old dllanidalod niece of flesh und
bones, wh hangs himself out every week in
the Jackson 'Staadard,' and who, by common
consent, wns considered tho Jackass of the edi
torial union, hns rattled nis old Kcleiou at
.Nevada llatlflcs It.
LKrotn th Cincinnati Knulrr.l
Tho ditnatchss adviso us that tho State of
Nevada list ratified tho proposed Constilution
a! Amendment, known as tbo negro suffrage
amendment. Nevada has not half tho num
ber ef vote as one county of tli State of
Ohio Hamilton county has; and, yet, It
exerts as much power, In the ratification of
an amendment to the Constitution, as does
the State of Ohio, that casts half a million
of votes. Negro ."uffrago Is notoriously re
pugnant to tho peoplo of Ohio that has a pop
ulation, enough in numbers, to make twenty
flvo or thirty such States as Nevada. Neva
da, nevertheless, has as much power as Ohio
in deciding whether Ohio shall have negro
nifl'ru;'.. This is an outrage well calculated
to weaken the attachment of tho poople to
their Government, and contribute to the gen
eral public demoralization.
(Tli tit. Clurld Hotel, Muti'Uy, March 8.)
W J Joae. t'liletti (' II lt0Kr, Ohio!
M-4.on.UU, nm-Tnnntlj a M (;lnyton, Mis;
J M Jonei.Ct ,ouihj W K Noitea, lmCJuoliii
J M Uuvl, Si l.oui,; tiro tuiMlettin, CIiIcki;
All tkl,, lml.i Orollall.
J V Iteetor, " Mf malt,
I;,' '."'fn'l. Ciurmnatl; JH Smith. "
) !; tl'P'n. IVntralUi J A Wladram, city;
J hHamit, Ark; J W Knlokerlioikcr i w III;
. V, ,,v"."wi t i.oult;
" II W'Ur,
II II Httlle, I'aducah;
FOU SAM: Oil IlKNT Neweott.ie, 8 rooms,
eltirn, out haildlnR. tlireo lots corner boctiat
and Hlxte nth .treet. (JHKAP.
inarldtf (lltl'.KN A Oll.llKItT, Atty's.
FHt SAMS Three dfsiraUa renldenees nt lr
vmm. M,nn JOHN W.TItOVKlt ACQ.
IjMill UEMT Cotlase with 9 rooms on Wrmhing
loaaicnue mid Tenth street. Anplyto, .
. frMMtf W. W.i lIOHNTON.
7"ANTK1 Aloxatnler County Orders, nt M) cts.
,11 n tliuiialUr. lor nil kinds or Iiumher nml ltitil
tiers' Materiid. W. W. THOUKTO.N.
To Ij. I,, I.lgMhor. nrfd nil others vfhom II may eon
eern TaWo iiotlee, tlmt on tho 2Tth day ot June, A. I). IfeBT,
at a wilu ot lunU uud (own and city loU for the Ktuto
indemnity 9I(., ,,l0 unil unpaid, with ooU, thereon,
for the) ear A, I). JSiiiJ, hold inpursuanta of law, at tho
eoiirt )uiu in tlio oliv of Cairo, Alexander county,
Httito of llluioH. i nun iiiui'd die fullowinir real entate.
to.ttit t Tim noiilli half of the northeast quarter of see.
lion number eieiiteen (l), in nmnlilp nuinlier four-
lecB (l4;soutii, nnd In ranjjo numlHir three (8) wot oi
uiu iiurii prineiiiat mtiriuiun, eoiiiainin oiRiiiy uoren,
that thtunofi)r the redemption thereof from aaUi wile.
will uxpim with tho27thilaynf.iinn, A. D. lty.O.
marSdS LOUIS JOItUliNsKN, IMn:haer,
o ' ; . , .
t for the HOuraiSiidlMfr Wt
Two o'clock, P. M.
ATtBtVAtH. . M
Gon. Anderson. 4Jolltm.i Wm. White, Pntlncali;
floosa, Metniihlti Hwallow, Cincinnati;
Cornsllm N, O.; Thompson Dean, Si. Louis.
Ocn. Anderson, Colum.; Win. While, Pndnenli;
Coosa, KrsnsTille; Hwsllow, . O.!
Corneiin, St. bouls.
A steady, spltoful rain bns fallen tho great
er portion of tho time since last report, nnd
from present appearances will continue somo
days. Tomporature mild.
Tho Mississippi is receding rapidly nt St.
Louis, and at last roports considerable ice
was running nt that city. Navigation for
sovcrnl days hat beon exceedingly dilllcult
botween that city and Cairo. Sovoral boats
nro laid up in tho river, waiting' for tho ico to
cloar out, whlch this mild spell will ac
complish soon. Tho Mississippi hns been
clesed for sovcrnl days past.
The Ohio is still falling nil tho way up, with
1 feet 4 inches in the chuto over the falls.
"Weather very cold at Pittsburg and naviga
tion nt last report, wns nctually suspended.
Hero tho river has fallen about 3 incites in
the past 24 hours.
Tho Thompson Dean came out with about
800 tons, and will no doubt take nil the freight
there is on baud.
Tho Cornelia passed up without landing.
Tho Cooa had nbotit 70 bnlcs cotton for
Tho "Win. "Whlto brought no Cairo freight
nnd only n small lot for rcsblpment.
The Quickstep, Cnpt. Dexter, is the regular
Cairo and Kvnnvlllo packet this evening.
The 'Win. White, Copt. Northorn, is tho
regular Cairo and Paducnh jKickct this even
ing. Tho Hello St. Louis, Capt. Zeigler is the
packet for .Memphis this evening.
The l'.uth ought to bo out for New Orleans
this evening. Our latest nuws from her is by
the Thompson Dean which pnssxl the l'.uth
otr Sunday night hard aground nt Hat Island,
but was being assUted by the tow boat Pisher
nnd a bnrge. She no doubt got olf yesterday.
We are pained to chronicle tho death of
Oapt. A. Clemens, of this city, one of the "old
stock"' of tho "olden time."
Hcdiod on Sunday night nt 12 o'clock,
after a short illhu.
Poor "Dad!"' After a struggle of over six
ty years with the obbs anil flows of this life,
he has nt last hlpHl anchor, and atewred for
an unknown xrl. A generous nature, u
noble henrt, and nn open hand, characterized
him through life. His place cannot be Hlld.
He w.t, we believe, a native of Virginia.
He leaves one daughter, ami t host nnd of
friends to mourn for him.
His remains were taken to Caledonia for
OP. M KM I'll IS.
. fT a. tfmner TIKM.KfT. V)IMP. '.!e!r.
JUsiKSMPktnl'trr, ll !' i stxtt Tills KVU.N
l.Nu, Mr a , t ( O 'W-V
UfAtS. T Hl.MK,AiBi
710K NEW OBLKANS.
m - ll ' t-'eamr Rt'TII, IVrm. llilr, wlU
r 'TT1' u aUreTliH K.VKM.NO, tar-h 1
stuo'- lo.-fc. CHAM. T. HIMlK,Ai;it.
1AIP.0 AND PADUCAII
Tli" .ilit ilrauitht )ucn;er ritvatnwr
1V.M. Wll ITU,
H. r. .NoKTHKHN..... ............ ..Mlt,
J. M. HKVKItLr ..Uf li!
Will m.k ri isnlor IAILV TKIIN fH-twen Cairo and
lviii' h, eaTin Cairo ry rtenins ("Hnilayn ex
Cel'Uvl, uttUeo tloek.
The Wli.tff .-oninH't. at I'.vlucali wit'i the."Trvr Orl"0
anil O(nora lrol, nad the Cumberland and Teimt-te
rorifpignt or p&M.iKt; applr on Unnl.or to
1AIK0 AND M KM PHIS
The Qno side-wheel steamer
II.VT, HAMlTON"...ln.'ter MAJ. I'At'.. . ,( lerk,
I.cjms Cairo f:r Metnnhl and slllntrriiiediat'- Un I-
W . . ...
JSvery r riuay r.vruniK on arrivni oi
Order for auiinlie IOle lurehaeil at Crtimr r Mem-
plus promptly atiend'tl to a directed, Planter aloni;
th riser anil merchant la the tiro vilirs Mill t.iel the
llnmhlrtnn to Un inutllfll bontfit. anil Ihptr n.'ktriinni-M
tt reipeclfully sellelted,
ror iruisrit, a.wie, ur luiurinaiiuu spi'i) till -Kjarl
tl.n wharPnut', or on the Ifamtletoo. fetoltf
' 1'USTKK'S SALE.
Wlirroa. Jfarv A. Mitchell. Iir her eertmn ilre.l
IteariUKilatti the eleventh (lay nf June, A. l, IstIT, and
recorded in lok "V" of ile.ida, on pane fill, Ac, in
the r-'(nlr ollice of Alexander county. Illiuoia. ili.l
roney In f to lht iiinlrrlirnel, William J, Allen, the
loiiowina uetenoeu iui, piecr or parcel n latm iii.
nted in Alexander county, lllinou, vii- Lot .Si, three
Mock No. one; nine, In block two; ono, three, four
and Nre, In block three; one, two and three, in bloek
four; one, two, three, four aud five, In Mock five ; the
and six, tn blotfk atx; tine, two, three, four, live und
Ix, In blo-k ereni one, two, three, four and live, in
block eight! one. two, three, four and five, in Mock
nine, one, Iho, ilirue, four, rile andaix. In Mock teiij
and bain port of Ihe county dlvialon of tho old town
of I'm!) , and In section thirty-nil, townhlp fifteen,
south riinit'itwu nejt of the third principal iiieridiuai
and alio the public square in ald town cf t'nlty, ai
will more tully npeiir by reference to thn plat of .tid
town in the rovorder'a orheo of aid voiinty. The
nonlieaxtoiiarter of thn nouthr.ut quarter, fifeeti(in
thlrty-U, lownklilp fifteen, oulh rnutmmfi, eon.
tattling forty aeres (except alna ami reeivniKOiu
quarter of nntwre, Including the entire Krnveiurd n
now and heretofore known aituated on n mall luouud
In aid true!) , aUo, thn northwest quarter of the houiIi
wet quarter of section thirty-one, iu towmhlp fifteen,
south, raiiKD onn wet of tho third prinulpal tnerid.
Ian, containing tlfty-one uereannd fil-IO) of un ncroi
lo tho following deerlld lot, pleeen or parcel of
land la eald tovru of Unity i Lots ono and two in tuiuain
hix, boluu part of section thirty-six, towimhip riheeii
outh, rnnijii two wcij nio, iu known on .ul plat of
town of Unity, lot one anil two In squaro tiro, mid lot
four In si-mure sovent lot tlto in iquaroten, In atd
town of Unity, tho urantor oxprvly aUuiilouinx uud
waivius a.1 rlht of houiOHtead oxemptlou. In Irunt,
however, that If a certain note executed by Mid Mary
A. Mitchell to HastlnK. Wilkeron A (i for twenty
five hundred dollar, dated even date with mild ilee'l,
and payable nlxly day from date, uinl iu said deed
mom paitleularly deauribed. ahould not Ui Hell and
truly paid when thn .ime Wcamo iluv and payable,
then tli naul William J. Allen, orhislonal lepresenta
lives, miiiht, on the request of the holder of auul nuto,
proreod hi sell the nlove ileaerilied properly or nny
part thureof, nt puMio vendue to tho hlIieat bidder,
as by thv terms of said deed are provided, mid upon
such salo make, nxocuto and deliver to thn purchaser
or purchaser theroof ndoetl in feo stmplu thorefor.
And whereat, said noto'hns long since Income due nnd
piyable, and the hutnof twenfy.clj;!it hundred and
Ihirty-tHO dollar and twenty-five cents nf principal
and interest now remain due and unpaid on i-jid note;
now, therefor, nellco I hereby kuch, that ut t,0 re
Quest nf tho holder of Halirnole.und inJiiiir.tnaneo of
the terms and condition of said deed, 1, Ihuwud Wil
liam J. Allen, lindentiBiied, will, nn .Monday thuith
day of April, A, I). ISoO, nt the court hotuo a the elty
Cairo, llliiiol, nl the hour of ten o'clock n.m., of ul'l
day. proceed to sell tho property hereinbcfoio de
scribed, or so much thereof n may bo ncceary, to
atlfy said amount no remainliiK due on ald note a
aforesaid, w.th Iho uhrqiieat interest tliat may ae-
I cruo thoreon, anil ine cotiundoxpouv of thMtrii-tti
and will exnetito and delner to the purchaser or imr
chascru thereof a iliied therefor.
' WII.MAM J.ALMJN, Triutee.
I Oroea it tlilhcit, nttoruty.
Cairo, III , February 'ti, 1S69, nuu 'diJ.1
est no cirr
QHAS. T. 1IINDK,
FOKWAVDINH AM) COMMISHION
wtV Or 33 KT T,
C'AIHO THA1VMFKU COMPANY
TIii-oiikIi lllll or I.ntlltiu kI'"1 lo n"
Avnllnlile Point ly It nil or Water.
OJPSI'KCIAIj ATTK.NTION TO KOIIWAUDINC.
KMJ'IIIS AND ST. LOUIS
Tho follow inn Ilo.it comprixe this I.tat and w
run In the follow ing order :
Arrive nt Cairo,1 Arrive nt (.'a r
UonU. 1 rr.
HHI.l.i: ST. I.OUIH,
Tueedsy.S p.tnStiirdsy 1 s.t
Thursday 4 p.miMond.iy, 1 o.r
Saturday, Sp.tn Thur.. 1 a.r.
Matin, AlMlef j
Arm M Ostri), ArruvntCair .
Ilet. j iw. xp
IMTV (If ALTON,
A re rut, Mswter j
WHlnd'),5m I'nday, la
(Viomv. xlaCr :
frMay, S jmb
Sunduy. 1 a '
y, i p.m Wrdn
M. K. FOrfcliTH.
0Dee-.lia at . Ixxi witn
.Vill i lirrn Line IMicUtl Oniiiinii)-,
ICtnhiik I'ni Uet l'iiiimiiy,
Diiiitlin 1'iirlit t Coniimiiy,
mid V'niloit Itnltrontl I.lnr.
21t itiilil nnil AVIillr Itlvi-r I'uil.rl t ti
,rUiiuii llhtr 1'ui.l.ct Ciiiiipmiy ,
?lrniilil ninl l liitrlr.tiiii It. It.,
aa-l .MI.Uliil A. 'I'l iuit cr 11. 11
At Viekuburx w ith
Vittoo III vi r I'm Let, iui i
VlcUlmr; unit .Mi l litlnii Itnllronil
OitinfMhr.'inIi bin hvllRSjaa'l licl.et b. a. .
ut. on Whsn-ij-.-Kl.
Y. Ti. kl n l 'nBrr AKetlt
TASHVILLK AND CAIP.O
, tpTf, Conslitinp; of the following
jilendil Mteii(;or teatuer.i
SIM.i..... ...lMterHAllI'KH .A'Wr
sTIlOMi .M.ter WOOIH...- . ,Or
IIAItMON fatr-1 WK.VBB-..... He:
IIAV13... . Iter I)AVIH.....M...-.aej
Making H latermenlate UudiBij, aad gii.tin I
attentrtjii to way 1miui.
CIIXS. T. III.MH:. Gener-1 Ak'eul
t31 'M JI!k on W harfUat
TI.ANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
NTKA.US1II T COMPANY
compkomi.sk link STEAM EltS
1ST 33 "VC- O H 3j E A. KT S
VtlUAHTIIL'll, . . .
IlADV (Al SIIMMMN
HL'TII . ,... ,
I.I.7.IK (llldi ...
COMMONWIOAI.TIl ....tX).NLT, Miwter,
t si. s vk aa.iM it ........jii.r.-". .Muter.
CO.Tl.K.TAIi...... llltKKNOUlllf Mat
Compri'lnitHll Ihn flnet an'd larxet boat out of K
llnsof theatxive line of teainer will leave Ca .
for .New Orlcau eiery oilier day, connectiuj; at .Nc
Utlean with U ean Line of Ptramer to
Liverpool, ."few York, notion, anil Malvr
Paieners and fhlpper en relyontm.Tf '
boat leaving Cairo punetually a alove. Will pa
luirlleular utlenllon to all way frelirhtllow Memph
lo .New Oilcan. CJL3.T. ni.MiK,
(leiirr.il Anent, Cairo
Ortlcr, on Wharf)ut, I'ublio Landint;,
KD. K. ffHSON. ParnBer and TIeket Ai;ent.
Ollice, nt M. Uhurle Hotel.
1TKMPHIS, "WHITK ItlVKH AND
1V1 LITTIsK HOOK
UMTKHNTAnVs MAIL LINK.
J()II. II. I) .WIS, Hnii'l, Meuiphl, Tentievi.
i-TT''. The splendid side-wheel
ML"J ; PASSK.(JKU STEAMKUS
MAYt-'LOV-'UIl. CO.M.nKUClA4. '
MIIKHTY No. U,
Leave Memphis every Tl'KSIiAY, TIll'IWIiAY an I
hATI'ftDAV, nt 6 p.m., for White Itlver, eonneclln)la
Puvull's lllutr wllh the Mcmplil and Little Itoek Uai
road for Wttlo Itoek and Ilot riprlnji. Timo from
Memphl Ki Littln llovk, IS hour.
I''renjht aud Pfteni(er receipted over the obnv
Linn ut lower rate than nnr other route.
Oil AS. T. IIINDK. ARent. (Iro, IIU
Otlieo on Wharf.bc .if
"JjjVANSVILLK AND OAI1U)
jpw Consisting of tlio folloyini;
SS,Slcndld PusDi'iigiT Sleamor:
f.eavc Cairo Suiiday and Thursday at a p.m.
PKXTKII Master I (illAMMKlt
Leavo Cairu Tucday and Krlday at 0 p.m.
U'M I niCTII l,..t..r i wiitnllT...
Leaves Cairo Wednesday und ttiturday at S p.m,
Making all Intermediate laadhifi. ami paying pi
ticulur attention to I'm-ket Kr''U;'''"- ,,,,,, . ,
CHAS. T. 1 IM'r:. tlener hJ AbciiI,
on co on Wharf-boa