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ADPJTTOE: No. 13 TeirtH Street, Thornton's Building.
TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 30; I860.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
.' Hi' V
THE SOUTHERN ILLINOIS EMI
GRANT AID SOCIETY AND ITS
IMPORTANT MISSION. 1 1
In thoso portions of tlio South whoro tho
leading citizens liavo put forth exertion to
Bccuro forolgn immigration, tho result is mnn
iftod in a thrift nnd prosperity that havo
well nigh oblitorntcd nil Jtho dovnstuting
effects of tho war. This lias boon tho caso In
different portions of Virginia, Tcnnessco nnd
Georgia; nnd the eauio becoming known, tho
formation of local omigrant uld societies has
followed in other localities, containing citl
r.cns cntcrpriiing enough to essay tho up
building of tholr fortunes nnd tho recovery of
tho common lou.
Appreciating tho vnluo of tho farmers,
miners nnd fruit growors of tho old world, in
tho work of developing tho resources of a now
country, n number of prominent citizens of
Cairo nnd tho adjacent country, havo organi
zed nu Emigrant Aid Society, undjirocurcd
therefor nn net of incorporation cofcrring all
tho powers nnd privileges neccary for tho
full accomplishment of tho designs of tho
ThU wo connlilor n practical step toward
securing to Southern Illinois n portion of tho
tido of immigration setting weitward, nnd
systematical development of tho country. It
it n step, wo repent, in that direction; but un
less it i followed by other stops it will avail
us nothing. A few hundred dollars, say
$2,000 must bo raised; nn active, intelligent
ngent mutt be dispatched to Europe to opcr-
nto among tho ngriculturaliits there; while at,
homo wo must nccuro such a reduction of faro
upn our railroads for tho emigrant upon his
tour of inspection, as will divest tho present
expense of traveling of ill forbidding charac
ter. This done, and tho numerous, unmention-
nblo details nrranged, wo shall soon realize'
cmo of tho fruits of tho operation of Mho
society, ' i
From the imrnenso tido of emigration sol
ting writ from tho Atlantic seaboard, South
ern Illinois realizes littlo or nothing, for the
reason that no ctlbrt has been put forth to di
vert any shnrc of it to our limits. Tho coun
try north of us, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnootn
nnJ thu territories, obtain the lion's shnro, al
though presenting Inferior inducements aliko
t .i both cnpttil nnd labir, Within tho boun
daries ofsodthorn Illinois there is n diversity
cfsurfuco and soil, a woalih of mineral do
tvositi, and n score of othor inviting natural
features, unsurpassed in any other section of
tho continent. Its mora olovatcJ portions
may bo mada the orchard or tho vinevard of'
t northwest, yielding abundantly, also, of
rc wheat nnd tha other cereals, while Its
valleys will yield corn, tobacco or any other
vgctnblo growth that enters into tho suste
nance and commarcn of tho Hopu, in most
wonderful abundance licneath tho surfaco
reio4 inexhauttiblo fluids of coal, iron, mar
Mo and clay; tho cllir nnd mountains expose
tho choicest limestone nnd sand stone; springs
nnd streams of puro water refresh every sec
tion, nnd ovcrywhero grows the timber that
makes tho sum of tho country's glory com
plete. All this wealth It, in a measure, await
ing the developing hand of labor. Tho soil,
properly cultivated, would sustain millions of
population; tho mines, well worked, would
reveal treasures of incalculable value. For
t'.Is labor wo want willing hands, and nono
aro better than thoso of tho frugal, sonilble,
induttrious German, Irishman, Dane or
Frenchman. People southern Illinois, by
such citizens, and they will not only make
hand. om o homes nnd fortunes for themselves,
but will creato for the statu aud nation great
tit wealth and new resource. .
Tho mission of tho limit; rant Aid Society
it, Ihorefutv, a grw one; and we'hopo it' will
xm bo ttble to en tor upon it. Mako a start,
sctcure tho presence of a few fituitliy on, fioi
broad, rich, untouched' acres" ninr "us, and
thoso l'e1 families will form; jtho, nucleus
nround which hundreds and thousands will)
speedily congregate Tho pressing need of a,
Mart, then, H apparent,
It It uti ldlo wind that blows nobody good,
The present condition of public ufj)x!r I"j
(ilm has so demoralized tho labors nml India-
tries of that island us to induco fenrs for tho
suarcropof this vear. Theconscqueneoistho..
growth of sugar in Louisiana is tolo much)
Incroftsed over last year by tho accession, or
capital and enterprise from nbrond. Plantn
tions that a year ago changed hands for littlo
or nothing aro now held ut prices flvo time.
tho amount that then purchaod them, (ion
tlcmcii engaged in tho sugar refinery buslnosi
nronwaro tiint at present prices sugar i tim
most vnl'uablo of tho products of tho toil ot!
tliis continent, heneo many of tliehi from.
New York nnd Bnltlmoro aro investing in
plantation, which it is propofed shnl be cpH
ductcif onJun feonomiehl basis, and 'mftdd
l.lr.lil.r Piiiniiiii..tt..A . I. I ..I 1 i
Wo congratulato our neighbor of Louisiana
on tboif Improved proipects.
An fiflort to Jvuklux a nesro In Pon
nsylvnnhi for outniing tho persons pf throe!
-.young girls, daughters of three 'respectable
farmers near Cbauibcrsburg, wus provonted
Friday night Inst, only through (ho intorccsJ
slon .of prominent citizens, ,Tho Kukuxto
tho number of eight hundred surrounded sfio
Jnil wh'ch held tho neirro. Tho oxcitomonfi
mnong tho Pennsylvania robols was intenao;
bucli demonstrations of mob vlolonco
ought to bo frowned down by all "loyal"
cltlzons. The Radical party demands that
tho frcedman shall bo protected in nil his
"rights'1 and "privileges" from mob violence;
If theto Pennsylvnnianu nro not disfranchised
u loyal man's lifo will not bo safe in that re
XsAteasst toy Toorpn.
THE PACIFIC B. B. JUNCTION FIXED
Tho Tciinro QuchMoii
. Meuale. -j
AN AMERICAN CONSUL IN IKONS
John Bull tad Joka Chinaman at Oats
Cubans ASkls-a Wastcm llta Walker, Etc
Tho substanco of yesterday's Washington
dispatches I presented in tho following para
graphs: IHETAOiriC HAILROAD Jl'.VCTIOX
Tho sennto Pacific railroad committee, nt
tho mctting to-day, agreed to ronko Ogdcn
tho point of junction for tho Union and Cen
tral Pacific roads, and reported resolutions
for that purpose
THK TJCNUKK QUESTION IN THE HEX ATE.
Soon nfter tho sennto met tho nction of the
houso on tho amendment to tho tenure of of-
llco bill was reported to that body.
Trumbull moved that tho senate insist upon
its amendment and ask for a committee of
Grime honed that this would not bo done.
and moved (bat tho icnato recede frdm its
Onrrctt Davis then took tho floor in sup
port of Grimes' motion, and spoko nn hour or
Tho debate was very intcrestinir. nnd tho
struggle lor success was sharp between tho
total repealers and, tuoso favorinc Uio scnato
X L'NITKD BTATKS CONSUL IK IROMfl.
A Havana special to tho Now York Herald
says that tho Spanish war sUarner3Iontezuma
arrived thero lately having on board, In
irons, E, It, Codrlngton, consular agent of.
tho United State nt tho port of Gibra." Tho
causo of his arrest is said to be that ho was
suspected of complicity with tho insurrection.
proposeh ai.r of cubax iio.vdh.
It is stated that tho accredited aircnts of tho
Cuban revolutionists aro earnestly at work
in Washington, with congressmen and others,
endeavoring' to secure some recognition from
tho United Slates in favor of their cause. It
is announced that an office Is to be opened
there this week for tho sale of bonds of tho
Cuban insurrectionary government, and that
Hnor Lunnli is perfecting
T1IK ntVAL WALK1STS.
A Iluffalo dispatch says that Payno nnd
Weston walk to-morrow for' a purse of five
hundred dollars. They start front Wnlnut
crook, ten miles above Erie, Pennsylvania,
and walk to Buffalo, one hundred and three
miles In tho lino specified. Tho first man In
wins tho purse.
TIIK CKLHTIALfl ON THE KAMl'AOE.
A ll..1itn..lAM .K. ..... .1. ,1UAJ H.ln.Jn..
says the navy department Mas received Intor
motion from near Admiral Jiowan. com
minding tho Asiatic squadron, from Hong
Kong, giving an account of another difficulty
between tho English naval authorities and
tho Chinese, near Swatow. Tho commander
of ono of Ibe English vessels, when passing a
village in his boat, was pelted witn stonts,
Ho seized tho leader or the party, ana was
taking him. to Swatow, but. was intercepted
and tired anon by villagers, who wounded
oloven of bis men. He returned tho lire,
killing eleven and wounding thirty or tho as
Tho British Admiral Kennel, had-'dis
patched two gunboats frorn Hong Kong to
redrew tufs outrage.
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. '
in urcgen, "Wbuiation ' is regarded as u
preventive of tV small poiv now epidemic
in'the State, ansl-tho now emulation is, "let's
U rides aro to resido ono year niter mar
riage with their-puronts, decrees Fashion.
TV'- ...n.v. t... l,...t,nr.,T.'it1l 1. In'
visit them occasionally.
A clotnes'pin adroitly placed on the noso
of a snorer is recommended by a Mus'catlno
lady, who has tried this snap gamq with per
feet success on her iiujband.
Horace Greeley says that the darkest day
in any man's career is that wherein ha fanclci
thero Is some easinr way of galnihg ft dollar
than by squarely earning it.
A UuOulo policeman smelt smoke, sounded
an alarm, got out tho engines, and then dls
covered the causo to bo a smouldering cigar
burning a hole through his coat-tail pocket
Grant Is an advocate of "Woman's flights '
evidently. He has already appointed four
women to important post-oflkes at Jtich-
uioiul, Virginia; at Ravennai Ohio; Ster
ling, Illinois, and West Tilbury, Massachu
MUhawaka, Indiana, has a sensation. A
bottlp was seen floating in the mill-race tho.re,
tno otner uay, quu wuen iisncu eui ana opened.
. r....l ft Ant.U In. V..Mnn 1. iJ
was tuuiiu u WHWIU . v uuniuu Mtiota .1
good preservation.' The question which now,
agitates' Mishawaka Is ('whore's
O. A. H. asks a New York paper if it is'
propor 'to kiss a young lady upon seeing her
homo from a place ef entertainment," and is
nnswerod thus: "Kissing goes by 'faypr It
. 1 a.. f a
is said, ana more era no rates to govern u
If the young lady pormits you to kiss her, do
so, aBd hold your tonguo about ft."
St.. LouLs authorities aro attempting to
break up gambling establlsiimonts by seizing
the apparatus. In consoquence, the cheap
est sort 6f tables, boxes and wheels aro used,
in somo places a carponter being employed
during tho day to knock togothor tables for,
tho police to solzo at night. When tho stars
onter, the proprietor politoly assists them to
carry the rouiih boards and "horses" down
stairs, and then brintrs anotnor set from a
back room, when the lay is rammed.
PEOCEDING8 OF THE BOARD OF
, Cairo. III., March 29, 1869.
Tho Chairman:-1 -Alderman Carroll, being
absent, on motipn of Alderman Mendel, Al-
dorman Gibson was chosen chairman of tho
meeting,' pro. tern.
Tho clerk called tho roll.
Present Aldermen Brnnklo, Gibson, Hu-
len, Hendricks, Kennedy, Lohr, Lonergnn,
Mendol, Rodman and Theobold. 10.
Tho clerk read tho report of tho spocinl
cdinmittco appointed to examine into tho caso
of tho qualification of Aldorman Mendel, as
To tho Hon. Chairman and Board of Al Jcrmnn of tho
city or Cairo i
arntlemtm Your committco annolnted to
consider tho potilion of sundry citizens ask
ing for an examination Into tho qualifications
of Joseph Mendel, a member elect of tho
board of aldermen ot tho city oi unlro, re
spectfully report tint they find Mr. Mendel
poisesscu of all tho qualifications required by
tho city charter. A tho signers of tho peti
tion seem to entertain fenrs lonit tho nction of
the city council might bo Invalidated by rea
son of somo unqualified member's holding tho
placo nnd exorcising ma duties oi niuermnn,
wo would stato for their satisfaction that wo
aro reliably informed that such would not bo
tho consequence. F. Theoiiold, Chair.
which report was received nnd ordered on
Ordiannco No. 7C, in relation to tho suspen
sion of appointed otllccrK, having been passed
by tho Sclcot Couucil nnd referred to tho
Board of Aldermen, for concurrence, was
read at -length by tho clerk, tho first time,
and laid over under tho rules.
Too Committoa on Ordinances, to whom
"was referred on 'tho 23d inst., n joint resolu
tion of tho City Council, providing for grant
ing tho right of way through Commercial
Avcnuo to tho Cairo & Vincennes Hull road
Compan', respectfully report as follows :
Thai upon an examination of tho subject
thoy find that to give access to that Company
to the Depot, whichlit is understood they de
sire, to establish at tho cxtrcmo junction of
tho Ohio and Mississippi rivers, it will bo
necessary to clvo tho rfcht of way through
St. Charles street, n short street extending
from Commercial Avenuo to Loveo street, nnd
also across Loveo streot in addition to tho
riirht of way throuch Commercial Avcauo;
they thoreforo havo prepared nn ordinatico
giving Uio right ot way to mat company
throuch Commercial Avenuo and St. Charles
. 1 T -. l.t
Street auu across j.uveu street, vruw .-cjf
hcrowlth submit nnd recommend its p-fjo,
To tli Chairman nl Hoard of Aldermen of the City
OerUUinen .- An a member of tho Ordinanco
Committee. I rospoctfully be? lcavo to report
in favor of tho accompanying ordinance, ex
cept wherein tho samo provides n privilcgo of
doublo track, and report In favor of singlo
track oalr. alone Commercial Avenue.
T rainoctfbllv uttr mv protest neainit tho
9 m r .
entire ordinance, and that, in my opinion, tho
right of way should bo granted to said com
pany by the city along the Mississippi Levee.
!1 it orlInfd bj thf city council of th city of Otlro :
Section 1. Thkt tha riglit of way orrr and afoni;
Commvn'iiil avenue andbt. Clmrlf (ri l, and acro
ljnr trrt, in said city, snail wann kfreuy it grant
vd to the Cairo and Vincennes rail run 1 company ; and
that tha aald railroad company ahall hato tho right
and prlrllfjo to lay ilown and operate a dnRle or dou
blo linn of rails (and no more) over and along taid
Commercial avenue and He. Charlca itrvot and ncro
Lrf-rce itreft, s any point at whwli tho depot or laid
cnmpxny may bo located and citablinhcd; proridud.
nowerer, tnai aacn ricnn auu pnriirKVs biiiui vv hiiu
hereby aro granted only upon tho condition and un
der.tundlne that, where raid avenue or atrretaare not
already filled to the grade. citnUishod by nald city for
isa street and av-oue, tho rails of aalil rvad ahall bo
UM upou an embankment to bo of a helxht to corrr.f
onil wliu iaui graue, aim iua w, at anj iiinr, iniu
grade should b altered, the height of aald finUiijU.
ineut ahall be altered by eitld company to correspond
therewith that easy appioiuhe to aaid cmlankment
andcroslngs or it, snail bo ccnttrutu-d by miJ
company at every cro street interacted by aaid em
tnkmunt; that the track ami roll-of ioid road In
aidavOnueandflreeUaludl be ao arranged and pro-
tocted by aald company by punK, s'otie or other solul
material ns to aaord a aaf and pauagn for team
and vehicles over them, wherer .tid trouka aro ac-celllandcanlocroc-l;
llii.t rails shall Ixtlald
m near the centre of the nvenne or streets mi pi-orl"--Lie.
iui.1 If u double Hue of mit I Uld down m.i Itie
track shall bo laid at rloe loelberM tho bu r of
the road will permit;' and that audi resulai u.y
be imposed (.and enroreed uy nppropruie pnjuircaj
by tbeclty conncll of said city um aald railrind i er
iMtir itntt others, n.- to the uie of eatd trat.La iu &id
avenue and streets, u will restrict the ap:ed nf can
therein to aaaie aua reAnonawo rate, win prevent tno
storage of cars and mainiensneo of oilier rmaneut
obatructlimi upon aaid tracks, aud villi concrully pro
tect the puhlk) in the efa and eonvenlent,ue, of pal l
avenue and atreet enrh regulatloin, however, nf 1 1
DO suenita would oe incooauiviu hiiii uio ri)iiia iieir
inbefore granted to aaid ml I ma 1 company.
Alderman Jtcdman oiierod tno following
resolution, which was adopted :
Bojolved, That tho ordinanco granting tho
right'of way to tho Cairo Js Vincennes rull
road company along Commercial-avcnuo, St.
Charles atreet anil Loveo street be roferrcd
back to tho committco on ordinances with
instructions to amend tho snmu so ns to read
that they ahall havo tho right and privilcgo
to lay down ana opornio a singiu iracic oniy
along said Commercial avenue, and report at
tbe next meeting pi tne noaru.
Dill of John r. ravin for aervlcea rendered oa Cily
Clerk, was read by tho Clerk, amutmtioK to ft0
On motion the bill was allowed by thu fol
lowing voto: (
Aves Branklc. Gibson, Uulon, Hendricks.
, I 'Kennedy, Loherran, Lohr, Mendel,-Redman
M ad.Woia 10. Nays-nono. '
Tho following bills were prcsonted by the
XiHrJtuiW.Btraaltal,'for dieting prisoner,
amnuntine to... ...... ........ M....MM833 7fi
.Bill Of Jacob Martiiu for aervicea rendered aa .
clty toroptroder, amounting to. so 00
Mm or. inl. irwari, mr nns cuurU
ai'clly trtaurer, amounting to, 10 oo
On motion of Aldorman Mendel, tho above
bills woro allowed .X following voto :
Ayes Urankle, Gibson, Jlulon Hendricks,
Kennody, Lonergan, Vhr, Mendol, Bedinan
- ' I and Thedbald-i-lo. Nays:
Dili ,oJAmiui 119a for coal furnished tho oil;,
amounting to..................... 87 00
was read and referred to thu commitleu'on
claims undor tno ruie.
The following resolution was offered by
Alderman Lonergan, and on motion of Aldor-
man Hulen adopted: '
Resolved, That thero bo ono dozeii'Sbovols,
four wbsel-barrows, two axoj und two picks
purchnsod. by tho city for tho uso of tho chain
Tho joint resolution from tho joint session
of tho city council was read by tho, clork:
Aldorman Kennedy moved tho ndoptionjof
tho resolution, the ayes nnd naya being called
nnd resulted In tho following voto:
Ayes nendrlcka, Kennedy! Lonoritn
Mendel nnd Theobald 5. Nnys Branklo,
Gibson, nulon, Lohr nnd Redman 5.
An ordinance to amend Ordinanco fon07,
In reln'tton to buying second-handod goods,
was read nt length and referred to tho com
mlttoo on ordinances under tho rulo.
Tho clerk reported to tho Board that a
summons was served on him In favor of Fox,
Howurd & Co. nnd ngalnst tho city, nnd on
motion tho summons was rcforrcd to tho oily
Aldorman Redman offered tho following
resolution, which was adopted.
Resolved by tho Board of Aldermen, tho
Select Council concurring, That a Joint com
mittoo of three, in connection with tho city
ntlornov. bo appointed to correspond with 35.
W. McGinnis to nsccrtnin upon what terms
ho will settle his claim agninst tha city, nnd
report as soon ns practicable.
On motion ndjournod.
Patiucjc Mockleb, City Clork.
Ttie Clrst(ne or lhoC1tyf sVeiooi
Something of tho mngnitudo of tho English
metropolis may bo gleaned from tho joiiow-
ing facts: Its nouses numDcr more man jqu,
000, and its streets, if placed in lino, would
extend from Liverpool to Now York, and aro
lighted nt night by 300,000 gas lamps, con
suming in every twenty-iour noura sa.uvu,
000 cubic feet of gas. Of tho water, 44,383,828
gallons uro used per day. Tho traveling public
sustain underground and overhead railroads.
5.000 cabs nnd 1,1)00 omnibuses, besides an
tho othor soru or vtuiciei wmcn numan
noods can rcquiro or wit Invent. Its hungry
nnnillntlnn (InTMir In tho COUTSfl of OVCrT
1 . - . .11 . i -tt.l
yoar, J,uu,ouo quarieni oi wnenv, 'B"
bushels to the quarter; 240,000 bullocks, 1,700,-
000 sheen, 28,ooo calves, aa.ouu pigs, lu.uuu,
000 head of game, 3,000,000 salmon, and In
Tnmirn1i1ii flih of other sorts, and consume
43.200,000 gallons of beer", 2,000,000 gallons of
spirits, nnd 05,000 pipes oi wine. Aimougu
trio metropolitan Bull may havo a greater ca
pacity for roo tuan any-poopio in nrnion
dom.'wo think that tho bibe'rs of Now York
nrn iviual to tho toners of London, if that bo
n matter of national honor.
I JTho Mississippi 'Clarion discusses tho point
how to developo tha resources or Jiusissippi
It urges first, the Improvement of agrlcul
ture. by tho use of labor-saving machinery
and of natural and artificial manures. Second,
tho encouragement of immigration, until all
.1 f-.l t 1 t. 1 B.V
tno unoccupicu jnnu ii uixuu ujj, hw wait.,
tho extension of tho railroad system, until
none will llvo bavend the sound of the iron
horso'a tread, nor remote from ready mar
ket, flight, man, exactly.
FnecLallr iletlencd for the use of the Medical I'M.
ealon and tha Family, poie.'ln thono. insrtnsia
nedicinal propertloa wmcn tx
i bcloni to an old and Puro
Indispensable to Female. fJoolfor Kidney Com
plaint. A delicious Tunla, Put un in case, contain-
n one tlnien Louie eaen, ami aoia oy .Oil uraaynf,
n . ... . . r i ' t . ii.il. i... 1
No. 1 Heaver eireet, Now Torlc
n. Fl. Ilinillft,rr avu. n,iuilinj iift7,
'EW GOODS I
Tho Oldest Kstnhlishcd
XIXTtT GOODS KOTTWIl
IN THE CITV.
HirrKXiiousE k haxxy
Havo ou luiiid, frchrom th.roiukot
reWns, ' Oriental. , ,
Alpacas, Uolix Cloth,
Prlnled do I-alnc, Fekln Lustres,
French JnconcU, l'excale,
Italian Clolh, Challl,
French Ginjbams, rsneh Piques,
Puro Mohairs, Scotch Gingham,
Crape J-larcts, Toplm, t " 1 f
Percale Hobe. Japanese Cloth, f r
French Lawns, Paoltie Um,
Groniuline, Printed Mnens,, ,
Main Percale, White Alpaca,
Itrown and Ilteached Hheellng,
lirown ami Wenched. bhirilng.
Pari l"rlntod HprinsShawl.
Tibet Hhawl. ' " "
Lama Ijvc Shawl.
bhctlnud Hhawl, , ; k
Pari Veil Uareses,
While Oood. ' , i1n?lfSi
cn r,..rt.rii. Hoilery.
India Twill. - Glove,-
India Mull,. k , , J.n5V
. 'Lmon Cambric, ..''
Oil Olotlxsss, "
COnSKH KIOUT1I T. AMU .COalUKBOlAL AY.
IJAX SALE NOTICE.
To O n Alllinn, Oeorte V Kello, John ti Sisncll, H
fitaaUTaifocand Bdivln I'anons, (firm of Tnvlor fc
I'anoni), aeortn Ilendrick, J fl Hrylln, John X
Krnm, Uavlil II Ilrackcn, John P McMillan. I'aUey
Olle, and la-r heir. FI) Atherton, Cbsrle Thoma
(leorge Metlock, John 8 Taylor, Marlnda Mardiildon,
James Thompkon, M fimlth, Wlnfltld B Chapman,
William Hiewait, M M llawllnir, Ata Nix, I. L Llfht
ner, A. C VicUtaon and F. Vincent, and ail other
You nnd each of you are hereby notified that at a aato
of lands at the door of the couiUiouie, In the cily of
Cairo, in the county of Aleiander and Stato of llllnolf,
on the 36th day of June, A. U.lbST, foi the Slate, county,
school, and otner Uie and coal due and unpaid for Ilia
year A.I). IMS, I became the purchaser of the following
and described city tots and land, situated in the city of
Cairo and the addition thereto a below ct'forth. and in
the countr of Alexander and Slate of llllnoti, which laid
land were oaicsscd, taxed and sold in the name of tlur
peraons below let forth repectivelyi
Date of Pur
chase. In Whoe Name A
dir. or what
la a Aiiuon-.-.
George W KclloJj
Jutui U Suncil...
Tarlor lc 1'itiDM
iO forge Ilendrick.
Taylor &. i'anons.
Taylor Sc. Pamnn.
Taylor St Pron.
ttmn ... 1
Fa rn 0
A. U. Diekerson
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5 41. '
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: 11 to i-iw
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r v 40
r 11 10
J. It. llOTll.l
fo qr aw qr
John Jl. Krtitn....
Jno. P. McMillan-,
F: 1)1 Atherton....
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frhr.t'nl w lif
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Ml Its ft
h. h. LigliUier.. .
ntr aw nr
swr hvr nr 4
pt fo iirilot S) 10
i hf near IT
hf tract I o lit Vt
0111 no ,r i;i
pt o jr ilojl
That the llmo far the redemption of tho above de
acrlbed lota, land and premlscF, all of which nro ltua
ledln Alexander county. utof llllnol, will expire
ontheMthday of Juue,jN. . ,
F. K. ALllIltOHT, Irchaier.
Cairo, III., March 4, lew. marldJir
JglXECUTOH S NOTICE.
Estate of Eunetia Cawlee, deeeattd.
Tho undersigned having been uppinted executor
of the lost will ami tetainrnt of Euuefli
Candee, late of the county of Alexander and tflaNj
of Illlnol. dfcwsod, hereby sclvei notice tltat he Will
appear before the roiinty court of Alexander county,
at the court houe In the I'll of Cairo, lllinoi, at tfW
Mir trrm. on the third Mondar in May next, nt
which time all pi-raoi. having claim aaaliiFl ald of
Utu aro nutliiiil an ! roUuicd to atti-inl fur the pur
posnof havins: the ume adjuted. All pfron in
debnd toalireutenroreipjetfd to uaku limiH-dl-tt)Wnttalho.uiidriiirld.
r . xa-S.
IMieil till liiliuay m jiBd-ii,.. "'-..
marlT.iiw fiKMir H.C.tMKK. Kxeculor.
.s'Mafy'A,' xlfAdl. W h'V c. rluln ".Ie'e.
ate the eleventh iUy nf Juno. A. I. I7, and
In Uwk "V" of deed., on pciije .Ml, Jc, hi
J . . . ul . e .Illlt.ni. .11,1
bearing date I
tho recorder's c WeenUlcxaidf 'r "'"u'-JV J1!oi, di f
ctillTrft 111 rc ft" n- iiti.i.i-.ui w. ........ .....
following deWlllx'd l"t, pHTt-F nr pirrW of lurid aim.
nted In Alexauder coiiiity, III1110K, lx 1 IM HiAUi!
block No. one t nine In l-loft-k two; one thrit'.Tbnr
nnd live, in block threw I one, ( and ihrec. In block
touri one, o- wen
and ix, in block mx; one, mo, throv four, five nml
IX. in olot'K een niiv, two, niii-n, ;,
...... ..-ft.. . ...... f-.n.r anil tlftn. Ill l.liwLf
... ..n iu.. iIi.m... fi.iir. livi. nml mix. In LIucV ten i
and being rt of thu ikuiiiU' di ii- n of tho old town
of Unity, and in ..e.tlon tlilrtrM. townhlp fiftee.i,
. ... . ..... . nr.i... .ft.... I .. n..I .... I i...lllnn.
eoiitli raniii iho wtpi iii uiu ftiiiii, ,'1 niwig". -i iMM,
kJi'lnlsollie puldio .)iiarn iiiinid toan.ef i luiilj, tj
will more fiJIy appear iy r r r-ii'-o to the plat of jaM
(own in the wopler ' otl.-e of aid (yiiint)'. Tn
norlli-Ht'iiiiirtirof the ..mtlim.t quarter, ofatvtion
. Anu.n. .....til. etui... f trn r I...IL.
taming forty i.pf VVH-I'J afugaiti nerving on
quarter of unuere, liKlll lliiit tlifi rnlfr tf)util a-
.k I 1. ...... .fn.u Irnil.li .lltl.ilu.1 ..I. .lltnll lllilllll .
now aii't ii-it-"'i"i i"
In nud tract i bIfo. the northwet qilntternf the Fotilh'
Mf.tnututor of Fi-tin thlrt).oiii, 111 ionlnp liftifii,
.1. ..... ..... ..f 11, m il.ir.l nrliiiftlim nmriil.
Ian. containing rtflv-mie ncri'Hti(1 5I-lt nf Ail itore;
alto tho follow mgdi'F ril-d lotF, piet-e or pareeU ot
land lit id loan of Unity: Lot one and Iwit 111 nuar
ix, ociiik luri 11 Fi' iinii ftiiuii--", ......,........
outli, range two wiM . alFO, n. known on fui.I plat or
townof Unitr. ol.iinaiid twn in MUiire lite, and.'lot
fourin Fiiuam evens lot live in Miuare irii, In aul
town of Unity, the jtraiilnr rxpreFly alrindinlii and
walVlIU U rlltlH 01 llnllll'lr:ti e.rilipti"ii. 111 iiif,
i.n.....v..r iiiai if 11 i.ii .in nun. uxti'iitml bv aaid Mary
A. Mitchell to lU.linn. Villieron A Co.. for IWHlt)-
nve nnr.iireu iionnre. imifi nm nir wm, nnuin
andpjyaMo aixtv i. front date, and in aaid deed
inortM"itjeul iilrdi.-rill, Fhonld tint bv wtdl and
truly tmiilHlif 11' iho Wiimi I.iiiih line and JmyuUiv
.1.. ...1 ttill.o..i ftllAn rt. Iila lim! rcnrfiftrifa.
tlirn IHH rnni i iiihiiii m. ... ... .. 1
.1 .. ... 1 ..I. . ,i.u r.iMirf.tv.riiiA IiaIiI.ip nr .ant note.
1111:9, iiii;iii, . 1. miv . v. r-. ' 1 1 .
proceed 10 Fi ll tho aboe dt-.crIU-d proMrty ."Vnny
. . .1 r ......I I... 1..1. n. inl 1. hU.fin.t lililill.r.
liari tlUTfUl, Ift I'U'Uiv ..M-.i..- ... ...n...-.
1 ..... ........ . V.r .....1 . ...1 ... iirnvi. .1 nin nrm 1
oa tiy tno irmn ,i r:, " i'.--.-i -v- -i
ucliHalemake, i-xei.'iiieand deliver to thf puicliaer
or purchaser" thereof a dei-d In fee etuiple therefor.
a ' I . . ..tit. l.u lulu a. t aaa la..ltiMlsJea lalal
and uiivrvFi im k m - ..... .
now, therefore nollio lln-reby uiveu, that at the re
queit of the Iwlder of Mil l note, and in pnruant-e of
the term and condition of Faiddred, I, the said Wil
liam J. Allen, tindcrii;in-ir, will, on Monday tlieith
day of April, A. I. nt the court homo fniliovlty
Cairo, lllinoi, ut ihe hour of ten o'clock n-ni., of said
day, proceed to fi-11 the properly heflii!tor ar
'fnbod,broiiiiieli thereof n may Im nt'ry, to
atiFfy Mid niimiint o renuiniiii; duo on Find note a
oforeiiald, with Hut Fiil-e.ini nt inlere-t llml may ac
crue thereon, and the " and rxMJHe of tlillrut;
and will executo unit lUIUnr to the putvhnvw or l't"
chaer thereof mlei'd theref-r. ,
fit. Ui.i ,. . WII.LI.tJt J- M-i'f iw".
urct-u a tiiioeri, ti'irin
Cairo, 111., February . 1Q.
Taker, un. in front of rny reildenco thi tnornins.
(Man-hilif9thi two Final inare .'IIUW, ory 01 .iiem
& and thVotl er a dark lr. Hoils about ten hand.
hlRll. the I'lat-k one havlnit aUut It nook u piece of
rPThea!)wner by coming forward, eitatdl.hln; hi
rljcht of 'property and Wf""
thutytnu iloll.iruii'i tv'iit).t.t oentu of principal
if.. .. In. ilii. nml nniiulil nn .'ilil niMAi