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'FFIOE:aNo. 13 Tenth Street, Thornton's Building.
THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1869.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
THE NORTHWESTERN GRAIN
Tho farmora of tho Northwest hare
heen Bomowhat slow in reaching the con
clusion that they havo been paying un
due tribute to Chicago and tho railroad
rings of tho East. They are waking up
now to a confiuiousnesa of tho fast that
tho grain they ship to the New York
market lo taxed for tho support of a chain
of dealers, handlers and forwarders, un
til the plttanco returned to them from
sales is not equal to a fair remuneration
for their actual labor. They are discov
ering that they pay too much for the
conveyance of their grain to Chicago or
Milwaukee, that it Is taxed too heavily
In thoso cities foretorage and handling;
that it is again taxed too heavily at Buf
falo while undergoing tho same process;
it is charged too much for tolls on the
New York canals; it is charged too
much at tho landing in New York city
at every point on the line of its passage
it is saddled with an expense grovious
alike to tho producer and consumer. On
thlH .subject tho Buffalo 'Express' says:
"Not one of tho intermediate parties
having to do with it is iunoceut of tho
wrong. They havo no right to fliug ac
cusations at one another. They aro guil
ty all together, and between them they
are killing the goose that lays the gold
en egg Into all their baskets. Now York
finds her proportionate receipt and ex
port of grain diminishing year by year,
and so does Uulliilo. Chicago watches
with alarm tho beginning of shipments
down tho Mlsjliudppl. These high char
ges for transportation and truusfer aro
taxing Western grain out of thoEuropo
nu markets in the llrst place, and driv
ing it into otlior channols in the necoud.
To-day'Hrlch profits for tho elovators
and shovellers, ami tho railroads and
the banks, which make advances, aud
the State, which collects tolls, aro eating
up the to-morrnw'H business of tlio whole
of them, ft U a blind, fatuous policy
from tho beuluuing to tho end of the
string, aud the wonder is, not thcro aro
signs now of a general waking up to its
folly, but that it should havo been per
sisted lu m long.''
Will the Interested mouled men of tit.
Louis, Cairo and New Orleans, take ad
vantage of this awakening, and claim
their own? The Initial tdcphux been ta
ken, aud if It be followed up by others,
until ample provision is made for the
accommodation of the trade; if forward
ers, carriers and handlers of the grain
will satisfy themselves with liberal re
muneration, another year Buffalo, New
ork and Chicago will have still greater
occasion to watch with alarm the ship
ments via the Mississippi. Tho produc
er! of tho Northwest will patronize that
route and market that promise them tho
largest returns, and It is with the mouled
monofSt. Louis and New Orleans to
preseut to them such con trolling Induce
ments. PRIZE FIGHTING.
Prizo-ughtlng, never un avocation of
very deolded respectability,. is rapidly
degenerating Into a mere mercenary
calling money being tho main-spring,
that moves tho bruisers engaged In it to
ucllou. Revolting, when considered In
its best respects, ills doubly osnco 1U
devotees defy tho aches and pains,
bruises and dangera Incident, not for tho
applause of the depraved, bailor a pecu.
It is well, pcliaps, that the business
has taken to Itself this uddltloual in fa
my, for, otherwise, the law-making pow
er might have remained content with
tho e.xlstlrig laws for Its suppression.
Made more odious, however, .oa It, has
been, by this new feature, the. legisla
tures of the several States ar seeking the
enactment of laws that will serve to
oheck u they do not destroy Jt Among,
others a hill has becu passed lu Michigan
providing that any person who shall
hereafter Iw'tt jlarty to or engage In a
prize light, or any other light in tho na
ture (( i jnlzo light, lu that, Statu, or
who shall aid or abet therein, shall, on
conviction -thereof, be punished by Im
prisonment in the stuto prison for a term
not exceeding live years, nor less than
one .year, or by a flno uot exceeding
$2,000, nor less than 3100, or by both such
fine and imprisonment, at tho discretion
of tho court. It also promises severo
punishment for trainers and all persons
interested in any way In pugillstlo exhib
A complete, decided aud strongly
marked division hosocoured in tho ranks
fo tho republican party of Virginia since
tho rccoiit Petersburg Convention. They
party beaded by WelU Is composed of
negroes and ultra white radicals; the
party hoaded ,by,V.ttlker comprises tlfo
best of the native republicans of, the
Htafo, men of wealth, standing and in
fluence opposed to proscription and tho
impracticable theory of equality. Tho
do not want reconstruction, except such
us will leavo them in uudisturbed pos
session of their olUces. The latter aro
eager to see tho Stato rehabilitated, and
and onlydeslro tho ofllces filled by holi
est and compotent men. For this pur
pose they have visited Washington
to urge spoedy action on the part of Cou-gress.
AN IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT TO
BE OPENLY ADVOCATED.
When General Frank Blair proclaimed it
as his conviction that tho Jacobins of the re
public wero hastening a revolution that would
result in the establishment of an empire, be
was berated and traduced as a hot-head and a
mischief-maker ; and when ho connected tho
namo of General Grant with such a movo
mont, tho oxasperatlon of cortaln radical ad
mirers of that gentleman bocamo unbounded.
Thero Is, at this tirao, too much reason for
tho fear that groat influences in tho land nro
beading thomsclves to tho vory end against
which General Blair warned his countrymen;
and that his prediction, instead of being tho
words of a hasty and Inconildorato a1armlst(
is the authorized conclusion of a wiso man,
well informed upon tho situation, and ablo to
grasp tho events to which it points In the fu
turo. Tho revolution has commenced was initia
ted, in truth, by tho election of Gonoral
Grant, and as a forward movement men of
talont havo associated sufficient capital In tho
city of New York, to comtuenco tho publica
tion of a journal devoted to tho upbuilding
of "tho firm and substantial structuro of an
cmpiroon tho ruins of this unfortunato gov
ernment." What gives peculiar significance
to this daring cnlorpriso is tho clearly ascer
tained fact that ono of the chief editors of
tho paper Is cloiely allied to General Grant,
and is a part of his especial political house
hold. As, matter, pregnant with importance,
wo givo place below to tho prospectus (of
which wo obtained an advanco sheet) of tho
company who purpoio the publication of this
dangerous and pernicious sheet. It is In the
"The public and tho trado aro hereby in
formed that arrangements for tho publication
of tho 'Imperialist' aro now fully completed,
and tho first number of this long ozpectod
Journal will bo issued on Saturday, April 3d.
For tho first time in tho history of tho Uni
ted States, an American Journal dares to pro
claim as false, and pernicious in their influ
ence, the Democratic dogmas of "Popular Sov
ereignty" and "Equality;" nnd to demand
that, on tho ruins of this unfortunato Repub
lic, shall bo reared tho firm and substantial
structure of an Empire.
The creed of tho 'Imperialist' is revolution
ary ; its mission to proparo the mind of tho
American peoplo for tho revolution that has
already begun throughout the country.
The conductors of this Journal befievo De
mocracy to be a failure Though theoretical
ly plausible, la its practical workings it has
been found totally inadequate to tho wants of
the American people.
Wo bellave.tbat tho Rational faith, if loft
In tho keeping nf tho populace, will be sullied
by tho sure repudiation of the national dokt,
mnd that an imperial government can alone
protect the rights of national creditors.
Wo believe that an Imperial government,
in iu paternal relation to the peoplo, will caro
equally for all citizens, and. while guarantee
ing security to the rights of capital, will Jeal
ously protect tho Interests of tho Industrial
We beliovethe Republic means lawlessness,
corruption, insecurity to person and property,
robbery to the puklic creditors, smd civil war ;
that the Empire means law, order, security,
public faith and peace.
This creed tho 'Imperialist' will advocato
earnestly, fearlessly and without compromise,
and many will find it In tho opon expression
of convictions and opinions long held and
cherished in secret. Its columns will be free
from tho low vulgarisms which havo hereto
fore disgraced American Journalism, and in
tho discussion of political and social questions,
will unite tho high tono and thorough culture
of the English weekly press, with tho more
popular features of tho best current literature
of tho day,
lurxniAi. ruiiLisniNQ Company,
37 Mercer st, New York.
In tho matter of amnesty for tho uast tho
democracy slmpiy ask that all who laid down
thc-arms thoy bad borne against tho United
Stales, and accepted, in good faith, tho situa
tion, shall bo restored to cquol rights and
privileges. It insists that tho return to "loy
alty" of Bccklnrldgo and Wise shall have
equal weight in their behalf, as doos that of
llrown and Longitrcct in theirs; that thcro
shall be no invidious distinction drawn
between men .who havo returned to their al
legiance under tho Government; no matter
whether thoy act with the Republican or
Democratic party. And tho samo should be
truo of States. VIrglna, Texas; and Missis
sippi should no longer bo under military rulo
bocausothey are'ovcrwhelmingly Democratic,
and should Alabama, Nroth Carolina, and
Tennessee, where, owing to tho enfranchise
ment of whites, and the Importation of carpet
baggers by thousands thero has been obtained
a majority voto In bohalf of Radical measures.
General Longstreot doubtless "accopts tho
situation" In goeu faith, but not more truly
than doos.GeneraJ Hampton. Tho;only diff
erence Is out of party, Losgstreet chooses to
join theiBadlcal side, and Hampton does not
nonce toe one is called "loyal", and is pro
moted to office, while the other suffers tho
"oppobrlum of "rebel". Henceforward wo.
hope to hoar o More of this from Radical
The too rabid increase of sheep In
Australia Is checked by boiling them for
their tallow. Four hundred sheep are
cut to pieces and thrown into a big bo.ll.
or, steam from another holler Is turned
on, and soon the carcasses are roduced to
a pulp; the tallow rises to tho top and Is
drawn off through large taps into barrels
for export. The gravy and other juices,
tho remains of the meat and the bones,
which are so softened as to crumble easi
ly In the hands, are given to pigs. Four
tnousana sneep are boiled down In a
Xscstossat loy Tmrm,x2x.
Tho TcHure-ef-Offlce Troablo Settled
Tbe Nlara ssd tripe Bstlsed Iss Cab.
ETat ETC., ' ETC.
The Tenure) Wnr Eaded. '
Among yesterday evonlng's telegrams
from Washington, wo And the following:
The Conference Committee havo agreed
on the Tenuro-of-Ofilco bill, and Goneral
Butler has reported tho action of the
committee to tho House. Tho Houso re
cedes from Its action whereby it refused
to pass the Senato amendments, and the
Senato agree to certain modifications.
Their amendment to tho first and second
sections of tho original bill aro totally re
pealed. The first section of tho Senato amend
ment is not changed.
The second section has all that part
stricken out which provides that in case
the Senate refuse to assent to any sus
pension, the office so suspended shall
end at the next session ; congress to re
sume the functions of the offlco. In lieu
of this provision, tho conference report
provides that tho President then, and not
otherwise, shall nominate as early as
practicable, some person to fill tho offlco
from which an officer has been suspend
ed. The third section of tho Tenure-of Of
flee Act.ls so amended as to permit tho
President to fill during recess, any offices
which may become vacant from resigna
tion, or expiration of term of office.
Mr. Bingham explained the Confer
ence Report to the House, and urged that
It be adopted.
General Butler followed, taking tho
samo view, and said that tho Senato
amendment was so modified as to pre
vent tho Senate from reinstating an offi
cer if thoy did not agree to his 'suspen
sion, and this was satisfactory to him. ,
Culled Mates Fist 1st Cab.
A Mantanzas letter states that a body
T Cuba, jmtrleta 4er there stave raised
the Ataerlean aad that a large ex
pedillonwltb arms, ammunition, eta,
has safely landed at Cochines.
Laessr RtlMa Keeper.
Herman Boer, a German saloon keep
er, lias Just drawn aud recleved tho mon
ey on a Ha . ana lottery ticket, amount
Ing to twenty-fivo thousand dollars.
Heroic Act by st Woman.
Yesterday, a boat containing two sol
dlers from Fort Adams, and a boy of the
name of K. Yanck, was capsized In New
port harbor. Miss Ida Lewis, daughter
of the light-keeper on the sldo rocks, put
out In a boat and rescued the two sol
diers, out the boy sunk Just as sho came
up to him. Miss Lewis has before saved
life under similar circumstances.
Moarjr For PI tan to a
A subscription has been started lu New
York for the purpoaoof presenting a sum
of money to ex-secrotary Stanton, whoso
health is said to be completely brokeu
MISCELLANEOUS JEW6 ITEMS.
W A. ( , M ...
it is a rcmarKauiu iact mat ovory
dozen men from the samo state, who
happen to come together in Washington,
call themselves a "delegation," and vis
iting Graut or tho cabinet, Insist on con
trolling tho appointments In their neigh
borhood. The Indians on the upper Mississippi
and in southern Utah are reported to
be manifesting sigus of restlvencss, ex
citing apprehensions of a new outbreak.
Kansas, it Is reported, has n popula
tion of about 400,000, and six hundred
miles of railroad In active operation.
There aro published lu the state ton daily
and fifty weekly newspapers. The stato
has a public debt of $1,000,000, which,
under the constitution, cannot be In
creased beyond that amount without a
direct vote of the people.
Whilst tho Maino leglslaturo was re
cently debating the bill for tho abolition
of capital punishment, an amondmeut
was proposed, that previous to tho hang
ing of a criminal chloroform be admin
istered to him. This was vobemontly
opposod, "because it was dangerous tp
life," and finally rejected.
The Mormons of Utah aro making rap
id strides In agriculture, and among oth
er measures of Improvement, tho Des
eret Agricultural Society has appropri
ated $5,000 for the purchase of au im
proved breed of sheep, and has sent un
agent east to Invest the money.
The legislature of British Columbia
has anproprlated about $20,000 to bring
from England servant girls for the
wealthy families of that colony. The
Paclfio coast American papers chuckle
.over this vote, and tell their British
neighbors that the effect of this will bo
to cheaply provide good wives for tho
hardy pioneers, of Washington territory.
The Methodist Episcopal church or the
United States, it Is announced, will noxt
June decide tho question whether the
laity shall hereafter bo admitted as dele
gates to tho conferences'. All the mem
bers of tho church, male and female,
will vote; and, in order to ascertain, in
an Informal way, the views of the de
nomination on this subject, a series of
class meetings of friends of the change
will be held through the country.
Hugh Martin was arrested sometime
sinco in Chicago, at the Instance of Cut
ting & Walker, chargedwlth stealing
wood and coal. After a brief Imprison
ment ho was released, and commenced
suit against Cutting Walker for mali
cious prosecution, alleging that thejr bad
caused his arrest to enforco the payment
of a dobt. Tho Jury gave 20,000 dam
uges. Tho supreme court of Illinois re
versed tho Judgmont on tho ground that
the damages worn excessive. Tho caso
was again tried two weeks since, and
the second Jury gavo tho plaintiff a ver
dict for 825,000.
Mohcmot All, by his wise foresight in
planting twonty million trees in the
upper provinco of Egypt and near the
Delta, has increased tho rainfall in these
A newspaper in Oregon publishes its
list of births, marriages .and deaths un
der tho head of "Como, Fixed to Stay
and Gone." In Chicago tho routine is,
"Come, Nix for Stay, Gono up."
Tho 'Dixie Farmer' says: All the
world wears cotton and cottou is tho only
thing that all the world can afford to
wear. Iu round numbers there to com
puted to be thirteen hundred millions
of peoplo In tho world. Of these it is es
timated that twelve hundred and twenty-fivo
millions wear cotton, seven hun
dred millions exclusively, and tho bal
ance partially. Of tho remalulng; seyon-ty-flvo
millions, fifty millions go naked,
aud tweuty-flvo millions wear skins of
The Now York 'World' remarks : "In
tho distribution of congressmen after tho
census next year, tho east will lose and
tho west will gain a great number of rep
resentatives. The west is equitably en
titled to this superior weight now; but
it cannot receive tho benefit of its won
derful growth since 1SG0 until after the
ten years are fully up, when, by a sudden
stride or leap, it will make a great ad
vance in political influence."
Titst Kstdlestl War Aamlast Grail.
The 'Independent' radical religious
organ of Mew York, is out in a war
against President Grant, with a smart
rap at congress. It says :
The democratic party, aver lying in
wait, have now a greater opportunity to
retain their lost leadership than they
have bad since they first lost it.
This is a candid admission coming from
such a source.
TRAW AND MILLINERY GOODS.
MESSRS. . II. OSWALD k CO.,
Hare Jimt received an linmually fine and attractive
htrmyf anil Millinery Goods,
Notions, Trimming and Fancy Article, Ribbon,
iiiiuoii, r iuweri, ruj., iui 01 me Tery laicil iiy let ez
taut ; presenting to tho trado a variety equal to the de
mand, at price that nan scarualy fail, tostve-matifac
tlon. WOllK IIASKET8; InfantV UtkeU, and i
handsome collection of other notion, useful and or
A new lot of HlnRer'a celebrated' ewlng machine
aioon nami, lownicn meaiiemion 01 tne puonc I
7hev are breuared. n heretofore, fa iheet all da
mands Inthodro making line promptly and after the
Ilonnet made and bleached to order.
'H t'uiiiiiierclnt Avenue, enr KJajliltl (It.
adllmd .rr ulvIoooXC
DVAS T. PAltKKlt. JOHN II. PI II I.MS.
T1A11KER & PIIILLIS,
JL v . ..:! Kit JlM
Commission, and Forwarding Merchants
And Pealera In
liny. Corn, Oat), Braa, ssssdl sill KtueW'W
OHIO LEVF.U ,
JAND FOR SALE.
On, Slit) X.lns r tba O, WVK, .
1 have fortr-four acres of ilendli( land, well tim
bered, ituMicloiithellneof tlinC.4 V. K.R., Untile
from t.alro, which I will ell on reasonable term. Ap
ply at the corner of Tenth and Walnut street.
apt l J. v. MuuiAi
-IITAHD'S EUREKA TONIC ij 1
Hurd's Ilhcnmatio LlnamcHt I
Now ho a reputation overall other remodit before
tho public, for tho reason It hut cured many cane that
havo baffled tho akill of our moat eminent physician,
nnd pronounced Incurable by them ill. jptts4hi uf
fcring with Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Hick er Nervous
Ileadaoho, Chill nnd Fever, Typhodand nilllous Fe
vers, Couiihs, Cold", Consumption, Rheumatism, Neil-
raluia. Pain in tho Side, Breast, or Hack, should at
once proourp a battle each of thrq nWui)rJri)ci
die and bo restored at once to perfect nraitn.
EUni:KATON0 I good for Pebilty, front ,a,ny
cause. Jt im. no equal n a remaie itemouy, it anu
Digestion ami purities the Wood, and prevents ells-
ea e.cleantlnt tho system of ul liinpiiritle, which. If let
remain, produce a sallow complexion ana bring on
discrmu that makes life one of misery.. Wood's Euro
ka Tonio l compounded or wio purest vegetable K.
tract, nnd I pleaaaut to take, and mild In Its action
an the system. . i
Try one lrttl it will Keen your Liver and Stomach
right, and provent billiouaneaa.
W. M. WAIID, Civlnton, Ky.
A. It. WfllTAKKK,
Wliolesaleand Kotnll Agent, Cairo, Illinois.
And for sale, by Druggist generally. matfiliii
EW GOODS I
The Oldest Established
dhy gooes norrsu
IK THE OITT.
MTrEXHOUSE & HANKY
Hatooq hml,freih from (he market
Alpacai, Ilobnlx Cloth,
Printed de Lnlne, I'ckln Lustres,
French Jnoonetx, Percale?,
Italian Cloth, Chnlll,
French Olnghiun, French riqties
Puro Mohairs, Scotch Gingham,
Crapfl Marctf, Poplin.,
Percale Kobcs, ''Japanese Cloth.
French Lawn, Pacific Lawn,
Grenadine, Printed Linen, . ,
PUiln Percale, White AlpAca, r
Drown nnd Ulcnched Ulieotinit,
Hrown ami Dlrochrd Htilrtins.
Pari Printed fprlngfehaiU,
Iam Uv?e nui
Hhetl.tnd Khnwl, ,
Prl Veil IUrcge,
Donna Marin, ' t
t!o ft Cambric,
COKXKll KI011TH ST.
AND COMMERCIAL AVE.
Imperially designed for the uo of the Medical Pro
felon and the Family, oiciun tlio-o intrinsic
medicinal projertlen which belong to nn old find Pur
Indispensable to Female, flood for Kidney Com
plaint. A dcllclou Tonle. Put un in cne, contain
ing one, iinien iioitiescaeii.nnd sold lijr till ilniesi!.
grocer, .vc. .. m. mninger .tin., vtiaoiitneu
No. 15 Denver street, New York.
Eitate of Kuuetin Camltt, dectuud.
The underfilled lutvim; U-en hppointed executor
of the last will and te.tnmcnt of i:nneti:i
Cnndee, late of the county of Alexander and btatn
of llllnoi, deceased, hcruhy give notice that he will
appear before the county court uf Alexander county,
at the court home In thn city of Cnlro, llllnoU, at the
May term, on the third Moud.iy lu May next, at
which time all p-rfm haviiit lnlm ntnunt raid e
tateare notilted anil repieti"l to attend fur the pur
poeeof having the saiiiH ndjti'tiil. All imtsoq .In
debted to said estate are reiieitil to iiiAlee Immedi
ate payment to tho undersigned.
Dated this 17th dar of Mun h.A. I). lfCl,
marlT-Uw flKNItr ll.CANDKK, Kxeculor.
Whereas, Mary A. Mitchell, by her certain deed
bearlngdate the elulh day of June. A, U. iS7, and r r
recorded In IwolfV" of iIm!, on jge 811,, c.; in'
thf recorder's oltlee of Alexander county, Illinois, did '
contey In fre t the nndrr'iit-., William J. Allen, thu
following drx-ribed lots, lcvf ur arll of land situ.
atol In Alevandercitunty, Ullii-n, vlx: Lot No. three
MdckNo. one; nine, In blml; twoj one three, four
and ate, tnilojli Oinfuj DPi tiauHitree,-int'lock -DC
four! oue, tttd. three. fur aud tlvn in iUfk ne i iIh
and six, hi block s.xi one, tun, thref, four, the nnd
six, in block oven oni",.lVol,tirvJ'P.hH nnd live, in
block eight i one, turn, three. Tmrand live, in Nock
nine t oue, two, three, four, tive and six. In block ten i
und IsMng part of tiocn)inty division nf the idd town
of Unity, mid in se.tlon llilrty-slv. township fifteen,
south range tw uet of the third prlnoipjl ineridiau;
and also the irtilillc puro in sid town of I'liity, a
will more fully appver by refercuee lu lliy plat i.fV ilJ
town iu the Teeorder' oiltpo of said courtly. The
northeast quarter nf the soulhen.t quarter, or seeuou
tliirly-slx, townsluti tlfiecti, south mn(;e two vt, vou
talulug fort) ucre s t,eviepi firing mid' rescnlngone
quarter of an iM-re, nii'lo iuig ll, enure gmvejurd n
now nnd lieretnr.r- l.D vp uiut -l on a mull Jiiottnd
in said trai l), nl-.. I'u norilisv.1 qiiitrlrrni iiie south
west quarter of seel'o'i lhiii)-fiiie, in townhlp rlfteen,
south, ranite one west f Ihu (bird lrin-iMl iiiend.
sn. contiuiniig rift ..nif n 're. mid fll-li"' of an sere:
tdso the follow mir Ii-tiU'-I b'ts, pleetw or pareels of
land in s.iiil town of t'mty : I ."I oiihiiikI Ih.hii sqii.ire
six, btdng prt ol s. . lion i!iu'-,x, tow n.lilii fifteen
ouili, ningo two wcj.tj also, a. kiioiii on suid plafof
townof Unity, lots . n an I two in square tito and lot
rourin square seven, on rive in squnru leu, in sant
town of Unity, n ii..r xpressly alnnd.iniiig
waiving all right ot ln.inesttwl exeinption.
howcvcr.that if a h -i u.te cxivutod by smd Mary
fiva hundred do! I -, i He ! een date with said deed,
and poyaMo sixty da), from dale, and in said deed
more puitirlllarly nU-.l, -hoilld lint Im yell nnd
truly paid when the w.inc btsMiite due and psyaUe.v
then the raid U'lllium ,1 Allen, or his legal represents
live, might, nn the rcqiie.t of the holder of s.ud uote,
nroeeed to sell the a's e descrilied uroitertv or nnv
A. Jiiicneii in iiu-init-. nxerson a i .. ror iweniv-
I art thereof, t imlil'i cinliie to tho highesl bidder,
a bv the term of sii'd ileed ure iTomied. and 111,1111
such sje,iiake. y-vt- u.e and ilrliter to tlm puruluiMr
or purchaers thereof n deed In fee simple therelor.
And whereas, s.ud note hat long since liei-nmedtie and
payable, and III" sum nf tvrenly.clirlit hundred and
iliirtv-lMO dollars and tuentt-the eeiitNof urineinal
and fnterest now rem .-it due niul unpaid on said note;
now. there fru. not t is l..uby pven, that nt the re
miet of the holder of ni I not', mid in pursiianee of
tlie term nnUf'oiiditiMii uf.idJdeeii. I,thes4fi UI
Ham J. AIU11. tihderihrile t. mil. oti Mntidat IheSlh
dy of April, A. 1. lS .i, ut the eouM house in the city
uairo, initio. s, iu iii.i iio.ir .i t v it o clocK a.in , in nam
day, proceed to sell the projrtv herelnlieforo lie
ncribed. or so 111IK h tlicr. ,,im in'.iv Is) neees-nir, to
tStlsfy s.'iidttmiiiint ro 1, in niungdiii' on anliioln
aforesaid, with Hit' t.ii.-riunil interest that may ix
cnio Ihereoh, .Hid the .iiu,d ev.eine of this trust;
and will extvute and liel'vcr t tlitf purchaser or pur, ,
chavrsticrrn d"d ih. refer. ' I
nni.ipij .220.127.116.11, trustee.
Green t r.illx rt, aHi rlie.
Ullro, 111., t-eiriii'r,v ... iw-'. niarMimM
CAlllKX'lT.IS .VXD ItriTJEtt
a-j:a k twelfth street,
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