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DAILY EDITION, : MONDAY EVENING. MARCH 29, 1869. ' JOHN H. OBERLY & CD.
A FEW WORDS ABOUT 1 THE
A friend, writ'ng to uk, slnco Iho disastrous
col 3?s .'on Uial consumed llio 'Bulletin'
office, ufi the following lnngunso:
"Tho pcoplo of Cairo ouglil now to rnlly to
you ttppo'-i and mako up you . ' 'ox tunes.
CalM le-f 'VM to bo sunk if the tl- not do it.
Tho mliforluno Is heavier on t in than on
you, if thereby thoy should bo deprived ef
the 'JJullnt'n,' and it would cost them but
littlo '.o mako il all up. At nil events crowd
them for advertisement?. Can"', yju get tho
party to assist? If you will make the effort
1 think you can. It is worth tho trial. Hoop
tlicm up and mako them come o ihn rccuo.
and n few outsido friends could tako
the matter in band and mako you all right
with but Hitlo effort. It only requires to
have the movement put into operation 1"
Tho people of Cairo do not appreciate tho
fa t that they owo much to tho daily pj-ees of
their city; that they would bo pointed at as
unentemrfstnir: that nuhliu retention would
wander from their city, and most of tho bmi-
ncss i: lias tecK another field, IT it wero not
for tho advertisement il has in its newspapers.
Consequently, neither tbo 'Bulletin' nor the
'Times' receive tbo supjwrt it should.
During the few months tho 'Bulletin' Las
been published wo have lost money, tho pa
per having consumed all, and more than, tbo
profits mauo on job work; and now that llro
hs de '.. oyed tho rasst vr.luablo part of our
materia, wo iVc' inclined to insist that the
public of Cairo shall liorcaftor mako.tho 'Bul
letin' self-supporting. Our cxpues are
heavy, and wo havo no way to meet them
except from tbo ineomo of tbo, printing
office. "Wo know thoro a6 citizens who be
Hevo that we rcoolvaa grcat'deal of pecuniary
aid from gentlemen supposed to lx deeply
interested in tho affair of th6 cuy,iwid
ngnint whom a clampr his bccuajtul ; Tut
tb's i a mistake Tew of our friends seem
ddposo-l to bo very liberal with their
money; although by contributing to tho
support of their paper they would bo dnlng
thcmielvc, their party, rid the city a great
service. There a-e, of course, oxcoptlons to
this ru!, and we would bo doing injustice to
the gcntlomcn who form thooxceptioas if w
did not hero mention their names. AlW
the firelft'twccL, we received a letter through
the post-odco containing a receipt for $100,
ofH' e-ren in full for onoyc", f.o.ii 3lr. "W.
W.TirOrnlon; and on the samo day, from
HiJohn Howler, a $JO bill, which hri been
.i-d to hts credit with thank. To Jlr.
i i . i f - r
vors rt ' v Th mno,;iun the j gen-
t c-..cn ;va us wa tangible, and they havo
cu" l.i 't t''to! " il!r klmlo' and
cots dt nl'-a.
P t ti what we havo uld,, It will bo seen
wod i 'r 1 HVo tcllug u(on the sugges
t in 1 y our rnjt ndeo, acd cannot
ptary tcoveiiwn in ojHrratton bat will at
"'c fltus. Our los has Ix-ca heavy.
vi , nl probably should be shared by the
democratic parly, in the causa of which the
Bulletin' bas always battled; but that it will
be wo cannot hope. Tho parly in Cairo is
slow to liberality; and any movement In oar
behalf would bo dampened by tho belief Uiat
the "Co. ' of tbo 'Bulletin' flr.ii is a mooted
run of this city. Never was a greater mis
take than this made. Tho partner of Mr.
Oberly is Mr. Rolfo S, Saunders, of Memphis,
and his pane is not more pletbjric than any
othar poor man's. Upon these two gentle
men all the loss of the late lire fell, and they
must brir thcvbur()c.n 1, ibecius&7 lu flr,t
place, the democrats of Cairo Are, careful oL
their means, and. In tbo second place, tbo sc-niorjwrtsiccof-tbairms'
reputsd to be he
fortunate possessor of junny warm friends
who are very influenlbl and very.'lcb.' o,
hope to bo able to survivo.tbo ilo.f but we'
now give notice that Jho'JBulIellp
supported. "Ya c'uonot afford to ani
publish a paper that takes money out of our
pockot, day by b.
TFE ClVlL-TENUnE ACT.
Tho senate amendment to tbo civil-tenure
act was rejectod In tba boiUoon Friday hut
by n vote of 99 to 70, to tbo bill gwes back U
the senate as n simple repeal. The contest
was u beaded ,niiil.jiCllvdoae,-Butl9rIi'.uling
tbo oppotHIon and Blnglwm tbo frtencU of
tbo amendment. Tho senutu will now ask
fi r u conference, which, It is believed, will
fail to do anything, and tho result wilt be
that tho old law will stand. This is tbo im
pression to-nlgbt. JFifty democrats and frtj
nino republicans will stand to-gcthcr in tho
bouse. Tbo president bai concluded ihat ho
doesn't think the senate amendment atnounU'
to much, after oil ; and in tbU bo is about
Tho editor of tho Taducah -'Kwtucklan'
consents to tho removal of Cairo to Faducah,
provided wo will leavo tho fovor and ague,
a few thieves, etc., behind us. "Why !the gon
tloman desjros to prolcct, Taduch 'Ub.ieves
from competition, wo do, no understand; but
wo see considerable mali'cnitv in his reouest
thero without duo rations of tho Cairo article I Pm luo Commllteo or oreJgajAflalrjssra
( which is quite harmless) tho Paducah ih'iversrJP,rtc1 a JoInt reaolutlon declaring tho eym-
will tako bold of us and shako daylight out of
us, in spite of all tbo quinine- In christdndem.
Guess we'll stay at borne. This thing of sub
jecting ono't self to tbo tender inerciea of
I'uducab thieves and chills and fevers it's
not to bo thought of.
Tho now Postmaster General b" avowed
his purpose to docapltato ovary dcmocraljo
postmnster In tbo United fiiitf .-vvidcd ho
can And a radical to succeed him, Let the
as.o fall . Tho spoils belong to tbs Victors.
A Qli'AlkXi 'project IN PROPER
It'allordi til th greatest' satisfaction to
know that tbo International Pacific railroad
bill has been introduced Into the house of.
congress by Ihe Hon. John A. Logan, and
that that gentleman will uso bis best efforts
to press it to an early passage.
As" cirij as the year 18C0 a project of a na
turo kindred to the present, had been con
ceived, matured, and the favor of sufficient
number of members of congress enlisted in
its bcbnlfU secure tho needful aid from tho
government; but tho outbreak of 'tho rebel
lion, during its pendency, proved a quietus
ito it. Had tbo country remained at peaco
with itself, this great and all-important tbor
oughfaro would now be in operation from
Cairo to tbo shores of the Pacific. The re
bellion is chargeable, not only with tho doliiy
experienced, but with tho expensive demon
stration of tbo impracticability of tho Union'
and Central Padic roads. The truth of' Ibis
assertion need not bo urged.
The highest northern point reached by tho
line of tho International Pacific road is tho
3Zlh parallel at Cairo, inclining west of south
west, so as to produce an average of about tho
32d. This, from a natural and unalterable
order of things, must become the grand
through .main trunk from ocean to ocean.
From tbo Atlantic to tho Pacific it travorses
a belt of country never, duriag a day In a
thousand year, vuitod by any of the'cJirnatic
disturbances that obstruct tho northern
routes and free In a remarkablo degree from
those topographical obstacles that add ad
greatly to the cost of constructs. Every
thing, in fact, that the business of the coun
try requires in an ovorland connection with
the Pacific, will be secured by tho completion
of this great enterprise epeod, comfort, roll
ability, directness over a region of country
far enough south to not be disturbed by ice,
snow or cold weather. Vc speak tho aentU
menls of mill.'ens when we say, let us have
this road, tbea as speedily as American en
ergy and enterprise can provido it. It will
contribute more to tho wealth and prosperity
of tbo country than a half score of Union or
Ccat-M Pacific roads that aro subjected to
slide:, deep snows and other climatic Impedi
ment for which there is no remedy wi.hln
rao-tal control. It would, as the tiau Diego
'Union predict?, nil tbo harbors of California
with tbo ships of tbres out of tho four conti-1
nenU of the world; receive in its cars tho
rich commerce of China, tho isles of Janan
and Australia, and whirl them across the
continent in mid-winter a well as mid-ium-mcr
with a rapidity and certainty beyond the
reach of any other route. The valuable com
merce of Europe, her manufacturer, would
corae from tho East to tho cities of tho Pacific
coast, speedily and without Interruption;
while tbo travol of the world would pan from
ocean to ocern, through a country rich in all
tbo wealth of soil and minerals, blew 1 by a
genial, healthful temperature, and all those
natural gifts that havo servod so great a part
in our op-building as a great rnd prosperous
"Yo repaat the remark that this, the Inter
national, is the grand through trunk-of Pa
cific railroads; tho surest, the cheapest, the
shortest; and tbo natlenal necessity of the
day. That congress will recognize its claims,
and x tend to it the favor sought, is the
prayer qf twenty millions of people.
BismafckTaggart writing to tho Cajro
'Times' tVoaa "Washington, says : "
Tbo election of Baker appears to have
arouled a nivr light in the distance, so that
wo may yet hope,, that evenCairo may bo
brouehtoutef that quagmirtof Democracy
which has, asdisitlll, proving so burthen
foma to her prosperity and greatness. And
sincr,our glate has ratified the fifteenth
amendment we havo reason to hope that all
tkuthern Illinois will now tako up tho march
of improvement which tbo Northern part of
Btato, with less advantages, has so steadily
lcn leading us; for It doos appear to mo that,
wo need more voters there, Utvgh they may
Democratic supporters of Mr. Baker ac
cept thj tsbalico thus put to jour Hps, 'for it
comes in response to your own bidding:
Ttio votes you can ror . uakcr cioctcd ulm,
and his election, I.e., yoir ivates Is bringing
paTro'out of the "quagmire' of liomocracy."
This much wo erpected, even predicted v,
The gratification tho gent'oman expresses
over the prospect ef a negro votiag element
Its bis party U no doubt sincere: the alsochv-
,ton fllllbo.inpit congenial,. The insinuation
however, that the "march of improvement"
In Southern Illinois, St dependent on the en
'franehlsemcnt of a few hundred ignorant
riecrocs, is an Insult to the white cltixens.
( that may be justly cbargedohe blundering
ignorance oi lis aumor.
; - X
Taa now Secretary of State, FMh,wjljiot
rjttcivo tho mTnlster from tho now provisional
geternracnt of Cuba. Ha depraoatsa haste in
the matter. Tim being of tho utmost cpnsa
qlienceto tho Insurrectionists, the stiBUtr
w)11 appeal directly to con
ti'pn in the presnUes. On Frjday fir. Banks1,
pathy of tha pcoplo of the Unitad States
with tbe people of Cuba, in their palriotlo ef
forts tosocuro indopendenro, and toestnblhj
it republican form of government, and guar
anteeing personal liberty and tha equal politi
cal rights of all Its pcoplo ; and that congress
wniglvo it constitutional support to. tho
prosidont of tbo United Stat. whenever ho
niay doom it oxpedient to tceognii: the inde
pendence and snvnrelifivy of siuh republican
government, KoMiuuuUed and ordered
prlutod ; so it sems;'I5arHU i.iUin'' at any
moment. ' X..
DEATH OP THE HON. EDWAliD
The death o'f "this 'distinguished citizen of
St. Louis was announced on Friday lost. At
.the time of hit death he was in thO)7Gth year
of his ago, haviig been born in Goochland
county, Vi4 on the 4th day of September,
1793. He was tho youngest, and for soma
time tho last survivor of twelvo children.
His father, dicd whon ho was a child, and he
was partly educated by his' brother, Floralng
Bates, of Northumberland county, Virginia.
During tho administration of Mr. Filmore
ho was appointed Secretary of War, and do
cliaed to accept tho office, not from any fear
of disagreement with tbo administration, but
ho preferred "privalo llfo, and did nol think
that duty required him to tako tho offerrod
place. Afterward when tendered n placo in
Mr. Lincoln's Cabinet, under very different
circumstances, ho accspted It, because hb
duty rcquirod him do so.
Gold-bearing earth of extraordinary rich
ness has recently been discovered in the
neighborhood of El Paso, Texas. Thero nrd
also rich silver mines somowucro in tho lo
cality, but they aro at p-e.cnt known to but
few Puebla Indians. Tradition places tbo
locality of the richest nilno known to the
Spaniards in the neighborhood of El Paio,
!In tho year ldBO the Indians roso simultane
ously and either murdered or drove from tho
country tho Spaniards, and tbe sito of many
valuable mines was afterward lost.
This mineral wealth is directly along tho.
jouta of tbo International Pacific rail road,
and th'e construct'on of tbe road will leH toi
Its speedy development.
The editor of tho Tsducah 'Horald' calls'
Cairo an obscuro village, and says it is locat
ed In a swamp. Possibly ho thinks so; prob-i
ably ho does not. If bo docs think so ho is,
inexcusably Ignorant of tho locality- that,
gives Faducah a suburban importance. It
he does not think so, ho bas fallen inu tbo
stylo of talking common among perambulat
ing vigs who get kicked out of our hotolfl fo:
indecency, or lodge in our calabooe for get
ting drunk. Foll: of this class abuso Cairo
The quiet of that intensely radical village,
Centralis, has lately bc'-.n o ly disturbed
by tVp desceat ofjt lot of rowdies upon a con
gregation of worshipping blacks. The win
dorrs of tbe church building wero broken,
says the Chicago Tribune,' tbe lights blown
out, several heads cracked, and a nulinnco
was committed on the floor. All this, mind
you, In the ovtrwholmlngly radical village cf
Centralla I In Cairo, where thoro are negro
meeting houses In every ward of tbe city,
and where tbe democrats outnumber the radi
cals as three to one, such disgraceful scenes
never occur. Yet tbe radicals aro tho pecu-'
liar friends and guardians of tho negroes 1
Out upon such .brazen deceit and hypocuyii!
Some cf tuo pnblio schools in New York
have taken an ainkO-t'c turn. A nolo f.om
the mother of some poor children is publish
cd, in which she nppw'-i itbo p lnclpalto
keep her children in tchool if possible, de
cl.t tuo teacher bad "made fun of their
clothes," but protM'lijr she had been sick
am? could no, clothe tiietn any better. Tho
potty Jip who Hiu attempted to cxcludo
xxr chlld.-en by hca " - i'd'cule, TorgcU
that tbe rj'aool wr dci'st'cti for them, aud
that ho is hired m thcT tc. vaat.
pn.Y G-OOTJS ZIOTJSE!
I IK THE CITV.
BITrEOUSE & HAS'Xy'
Hve on hind, frwh from lh nurket
rlclDi, , ' 1 ' Orlejl'alS, "
Printed de Lolnr,
" Julian Cloths,
Tercale Eobi, '
Printed Mnens, '
Bronn kad BleVh'ed'SheoUiis'i,
Diown and BIeacheI f mrilns.
Pari Printed Spring Shawls,
I ,I.J iiliSouLAeePhairls.
' Bhellunn fiusule,
I . Silk Mintilln.
WkltOooU, , , PonnaMaila, .ai
! Son Carabrice,
O.ft k I - ITn.l.ll. '
,. -, "Jaconet.
Linen Cambric, Swim,
CLOTHS AN B C.SSSIM KS,
wiBwm'oi, ill i!
,.tas ,iiuA j
COIKEU KiailTII BT. A.VB SOMIJMVr v I A
slow is St that freights shipped from Chicago,,
via. tho Illinois Central railroad for Com?
mcrco, .Missouri, cost iorly cants pec oaa ssuh
drcd pounds, while shipmcnls from tho sumo
point by tho samo road to Cairo merchants
cost one hundred cents per lOO.Jbs 1.
One day last week our" attention 'was called
to two I. 0. II. It. freight bills, which, we
are assured, aro merely sampjcs.of bills that
may bd seen daily, in tho bands of our receiv
ing and forwarding merchants. They were
for freights on two small lots of goo Js from
tho same Chicago house. Tha1 freight' fram
Chicago to Cairo oa a shipment of 310 lbs
consigned to Commerce was $1 24, or at tho
rate of 40ct per 100. The freight from
Chicago to Cairo on a shipment of 300 lbs con
signed to Cairo, was $3. CO, or at tho rata of
$1. 00 por 1001 l -j,
Tho only explanation wo have far this
ruinous discrimination against Cairo is found
in tho fact that for tbo Co mm or ce consign
ment tho Chicago, A l-n nnd St. Louis raiH
road was a competitor or tho Illinois Cen
tral; whereas for tho Cairo consignment
tbero was ho" competition tho HHno!s"Ccn
tral being erroneously considered tho only
carrier of .of Cairo consignments. !
"Wo havo no purpose, in speaking of this
matter, beyond a desiro to seo the people of
Cairo placed upon an equal footing with tbe
peoplo of neighboring communities. .If .tho,
discrimination against Cairo is necessitated by,
competition, it is a fact that should ba known'
nliko hero and in Chicago.. The samo routes
that nro open to Commerce, from Chicago '
may be emplovcd br Cairo, viz: rail to St
Louis and thencoby water.KJs.nl JWOoirl
conjecturo is corr ct that tbe low rates or this;
route, governed the Illinois Central in the)
inctunrn rllwl wtiv. tlipn. It hMiMvn f!trr
. 1 i 1 1
conlncts to avail themselves j oft tssaeX, asl
thoy may, by tbo s ac-iflco of a few hours' time.:
If, however, wo havo not g ven "to luo solu
lien of tbe maltcr,and the dicr'"nlnatlonj
asainst Cni.o is bcauso ibo Illinois CenirMi.
,ot love Cairo l.ho 1 but Comme-cs
whyibci Cairo tict and ingenuity
mut tj brought into play: whcnCa'romea
order o 's omCbicaoho"
l!on of tbo TlHnbN Cent a!
neigbbo-, Comnicrco '
mpany' for our
rr 'o to pay
our Teter Funk
tribdte to u. 1-orin -e
orders bis constsnmen' a '2''
ComraoTfo, 3Jo., caro oflV.er Fonk, Cairo."
They wlllr'h Cairo and tho hand fori
which they w:re Intended at Coamerce
price, a id If they don't go forwfd, let Mr. 1
V. Punk make a fuss about It I
1. S. TbU idea U patened.
Accounts of railroad Occidents multiply.
It has becomo fasblunablo nowadays for
trains to (akoa livolc turn down an embank
ment, giving pasacnges ihe benoflt of the I
it rrL- 1--. J L. I
Grand Trunk Railway in Canada, tending
topsy-turvy tho passengers in ono of thoaa
inviting traveling vehicles called palatial
sleeping cars Eleganco did not prevent oc
cupants fru receiving severo contusions.
Senator Spraguo's speech in tho senate on
tbo repeal of the tenura-of-ofHco law, shad
owed forth bis conviction tbaVtho' course of
his party ever since 1801 will result in aa dic
tator within ten yearijf tho sarrio'pollcy Is
continueil. And whon we get tbe dictator
tho oves of tho world will ,turn thla way te
sea, u tuoro is anottor wiltces Booth llvlBtf
cmio urn miui ueaier in
OUXT'S .VXD HOYS' CLOTlflVw
And - -
3rxixii i issIxJjql & ' Groo elm,- .
HATS', CAPS, Ac, Ac. tT
AtthooMstaBd, ( j, kU) ji)f
Corner ofHlxtU street anil Ohio Lrrte.
J J.lllWlf , , . ,,,,t ,. h. !
XlvorytlxiiaE 3T x o sss la
?iim,i:u a mixt.eiV
HvIn2closxl out their cU etoek of, Clothjnf , Jis
i , ,... "
. I.arKe and Splendid Stack,
Which erubraces erery kind of
Fasliloualjl9 Ueutleaueia'a War, '
And 0Ch ai It tUitcJ tO UclaAa. nw ' mmmm m
Tliey woulyl k, eapij attention to tlieirfOBfijiof
w Hats ixxci OAT9SSS,
In'whlchthey profess to lead the mttk&t. '.lao fo.
"! 1'IECE GOODS. ,
.Which embrace all shies of Coths, CaasimeH
Twced, e.t from which they manutacturo
. CLOTHING TO OIlUElt',
Id llio bctt manner, and strictly fashionable.
E iiioiriv. .
" (Jciiilemou's ruruUUlujr Goods
Is verv complete, ineludins many novelties never bo
for brought to this trarkctj ;
every tylv, Valises, Cnrptt
e ... i i .
irfr ability lo oll roods from their new
k , i hr'at' than ear befrirei,
IJ1AX SALE NOTICE.
To a B AHUod, Gne W Kellofr, John a Rtanril, B
Puati Taylor and Kdwln Partoui, (firm of Tatlor Sc.
Partoni), Oeorve Heodrltks, J II Hejlin, John M
Kram, Bavld if Bracken, John P McMillan, rt-r
OtUi, and her htin, FU Atberton, Cftarlcf TLoan,
Geofje Meilotk, John S Tailor. Marin Ja MartblMon,
Jamea Thomiwon. M Btnllh,- Wlnfleld 8 Chapma i,
William Stewart, M M Bawllnff , Aa Nix, UhlifL
ner, A. C. Uickeraon and F. Vincent, and all Ottiera
You and each of you ate hereby natlfled that at a isle
Of lands at the door of the eonrthoute, In the city o(
Cairo, In ihe county or Alexander and Bute of IlliaoU,
on the SOli day of June, A. I). 1567. fortheStale, county.
schoo1, and other taiee and coiti due and nopafd for the
year A.DrlMS, I became the purthuer of the following
and deaui'H'd cUy lou and lands, eltuated in tha cy ef
Cairo and Ihe addition thereto aa Mow tet forui, and in
tf'e eoJntr ofAlexander anil State of Hllnolf , which said
linds were aneMut, taxed and sold In tbe namea of the
periona below set forth reapectirely s
Date of Fur
chaat. In Whoee Name At-!
City, or what
a B Alllon...
isnio .". .
Ccorce W Kella3g
John Q Stnncll....
fTatlor tc Paraone
Taylor It I'anotu .
tame t- , ,
)dO . ,
A. C. Jhckeraou anul
F. Vincent-.CV.- IS
; :t -
si i .X.
. 3 &1 "
I SO S-100
t.ff sw jr
John M. Krum
IHfiH II. Itnrken....
F. V. Atherton-.-.
Charles Thoma. 1
frart'ni w hf
Jixx Tlioronnn and
Wlnfleld S.Cliapm an.
no w qr
w it or
Ii. L. Llghtser..
larraci 1 1 m
e hf ne nr
no aw qr
pt e qr
Tlut the limt for the roIemptlon of tho ahovo de
aeribed land and premise, nil of which are altna
led In Alexander ennntr, atato of lliluoia, will explro
onhTSth dir of June.lMU.
F. E. ALBKI01IT, Purchaser.
Cairo, 111 ..March 4, lit. marUJw
JZttate of Eunttia Candtt, dtceatttt.
The underigned having teen appointed exeCBtor'
of the laat will and teUroent of KnneO"
Candee, late of the county of Alcxanjfr and blata
of lUinolii. deceased, hereby glrea notice that he will
appear before the county court of Alexander county
;hs court Uooe In the eltr of Cairo. IlliaoU. at Ufa
Slay term, on the tltrd itondajr In May next, at
which time all person baring claims against said es
Ute ar ntained and reqneted to attend for the pur
po of harlnr the tame aljute.. All persons. fan.
lebted to ealii erute are requested to Blake Immedi
ate pajrinrntto the underiiuned.
Dated thla 17th dav nf Matrh.I). W.
marlT'tw flENUV H.CANnnE, F-xecutcs.
IfJlRUSTEE'S SALE. lt j
Whereas, Mary A. Mitchell, br her certain deed
bearing dite the elerenth day of June. A. P. 1SC7, and
recorded In Ivolc 'VV of :drHlv oh- pafO'oll, Ac, In
the recoriler'aofrironf Alexander county, Iliinoit, did
convey In fee to the undrraJpied, William J. Allen, th
foIloHinc dtkrilied Jotauieceipr parcel of Janilaitu-r
aied ln.Alrxaudrrfinty(llllaor, Tit: Lotsis'o.'throa
ilock So. one ! nine, in Uoclc Iwo ; one. three, four
nd Ire, In Uok thre; unrtwu, .ju)dithree. In block
four; one, two, three, flan" anil aVe.'inWnck fir; fir
sndaix, inUockaiXi one, two, three, four, tito and
tlx, In block aeveni one, two, three, four and fire, In
llorkellMi.ilv.TP, thruo, fjyraod. Cte, kiibloca;
oiner bne, two, Ibieefvur, aifaad tlx. in block ten t
and lmg p" f the county dlrition or the old towu
ofUnltj-, and in Kttion thlrtr-tix, townhIp,;r.ee.
aouth rangj'jmo wetof the thud principal uitridian;
nnd alM the public equare ra said town of Unity, aa
Will more fully apjearby referonco to the plat of aald
town in tliv re ontnr'e cHicn, o& aald oouaiy. iThe
northcant quarter of the aouthetut quarter, ofeection
thirty-iix, towntuip fifteen, aonth (SiiiRe two west, cou
tainlns forty acre (except-as tlntf. and 'reaenrlngone
quart r of an wrf , Includlne the entire gTaTeyard w
now and heretofore known aitaved on a anull mound
lo aaiu tract) , mo, ine northwest quarter of lh aouth-
wett quarter of aection thirty-one. In township fifteen,
ouni, rungeone wi-M vi uioutlM principal!
uo, couiaminj; niiv.one aeretana si-iuj of an acre
t.1.0 the follow ,uk decribed loir, piece or paroeU of
Und In' taxi tOSn of Unity t'lxite oudand two In tounre
tix, bvlaxpattof etlun thlrty-aix, towakhintlfteen
I aoutli, r
four In r
miitiu iwu ttHj iumi, v Known on sain piai or
unity, iota one ana twtrm aquare nre, and lot
aquare aercn i lot Ore In aqiuro ten, in said
f Ltl'tV. thoirranlor ernrF'tttt Shaellunlni? and
uiirlair all rmht ni riuinettead exemiillou. Intruit.
Jiowrter,that if a certain nolo executed by aaidMary
A, Mitchell to Hatting. Wilkeraon A Co., for twenty
,11 re bundled tiolwm, dated eren data trltli mid deed,
andpayablo slxtr dajafrorsdaV', tnd in aid JWd
luorepatticulailydrtcriljcd, should not b well and
truly paid when tha tame became Uut and payable,
thru tho aald William J. Allanj orhia le nl renresrnt.
jite, inlrht, on Ihe request of Ihe bolder of taid note,
pnxt-eti tu ken the abotadecrtted. property or aaj,
pari iur, nifuvim Tennunioine nicneii uiuuer,
as by the terms of raid deed are provided, and upon
men aalomake, executouid dolirer to the purcliaaer
or purchaser tliefeof a denl in fee ttmpld threiox.
And w hcrefei, Mid not luu loug aluce become Uuu J
pyabicand'the asm of 'twenty-eight hundred and
tliuty-two dollar and twenty-fltro cents of, principal
Lnd fnteret'nqwieiitjr'datiMuI unpaid aat&t note;
Siott'. therefore, notice I hereby niTen, that at tha r
qurst of ihe holders of taid Rotj, and, tn!puriuDur r
ihe termt and conditions of eaiddwd; I, the aald Wil.
ham J.Allen, ifoderaisned, will, on Monday tlieSih'
iluyof April, A. U. XSto, at the court house in the citr
uiru, Illinois, at iimnouror ten o clock a-m., of saul
day, proceed to sell the property hereinbefore de-
i'.w,. ,w wit imc ciupvii iif reinueiure u
K n!H-I,cr kotiiucli thereof aa may be necessary, to
m -(y,AidAuioiiat9 remaining due on taldnotaa
aforvatd. with the SUbeeauent lnlore.t thai mar fc
1 tniB thereon, and tin cotand expentea of this trust!
un urn ricvum nnuuciiTer to uiiipurwuuerorpur-
ciijif era tneri'Ot a deed therefor.
WIL1 JAM J. ALLE.V, Trustee.
Oreen t fiilbert, attorney.
Ca.ro, 111., FouruarJ , 1SC9. marSdSOd
1 Til AY MULES.
''. an up, In frODtof my residence this tnornln j,
vfull tbo lRh) two small mare MULIS, cn of them .
I v H. sfcti Uack one ruTing'about ilsneelf apl
H txi tho other a Uark bar, now atjout ten haada
f y. Jkfttif f , a
' 'jt&Pftyj cowing forward, etaL0h!u h'
roperTy and pajiug ctarttca am jV lht;n
' H1HT WHirCAMP,