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j tt ri.t FFIOEyOSro. 13 Tenth Street, Thornton's Building.
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1869.
JOHN 'H. OBERLY & CO
"Wo nro of thoao who are inclined to tbo
boliof that tlio Cairo & Vlncennes rail
road company aro not at all anxious to
continue their road through the city to
tlio point, notwithstanding tho tender of
the uao of Commercial Avenue to them.
They can accomplish tho same end In
tho bend of tho river above tho city, and
navo theroby from $100,000 to 150,000 In
coBt of construction.
Thoso who, lu the year 1867, experien
ced tho cHect on tho lower part of .town,
of tho removal of tho passenger depot up
town to tho then "big grain warehouse,"
can well foretoll what will bo the result
of such a determination on tho part of
tho company. Tho passenger and freight
depots of both railroads, the steamboat
landings' and wharf-boats will all be lo
cated in the upper part of tho city, to the
utter ruin of all property below Twelfth
street. Then, as In 1857, grass will grow
in tho unused streets, requiring another
appropriation from tho city treasury to
scythe it down.
Tho argument that the lives of children
will bo endangered by the running of
cars alone Commercial Avenue, coming
from Intelligent sources, Is strange, to
say the least On tho crowded leveo,
thronged frxfm morning until uigti(i- fre
quented by more people than any other
street lu tho city, ono boy was killed
during a period of fourteen years, and ho
teas ridtny on (he cow-c(t(chcrf Such is
the danger to bo encountered.
The assertion that "the Avenue will bo
ruined" Is contrary to all experience, tlio
country over. Wolls street, VauIJuren
street, Jteiizle street, Sherman and other
streets are not much ruined in Chicago,
nml iiiuiii fhoso Btrcets tracks aro laid
and depots erected. Indianapolis is not
ruined by ten or twolvo roods centering
In tho city, nor Is Cincinnati. Tho propT
fTtv ii rnu ml iho Union depot In tho for
mer city Is tho most valuable within the
corporation; anil in Cincinnati, iiioumo
nuil Mlnslsslnni railroad hw so sadly ruin-
cd that city by stopping on the lower
limits, thnt tho authorities concluded to
try a little more ruin or tlio same son,
and, In pursuance of that purpose havo
i?lven consent for the extension of the
road entirely through the city, ruining
fimrndv. tlio Unmet Houhc. and other
buildings worth many mllltons'of dollars.
Ami how U Market street. Philadelphia,
ruined by tho I'eiinxylviinla Central Hail
road? Some of the most valuable prop
erty, nnd much of the heaviest Dullness
of the city illstinguisn mis street, w
cniikcmiQiicc of the road's presence. And
nnmliiL' directly home, how much Is the
Ohio Leveo ruined by the Illinois Cen
tral? Tho.to who con recall mo oneew
nt rpinovlnir the track therefrom in lboi,
niiRU'Pr this knowlncly. Grass grew
upon the wharf at the foot of Sixth street,
and wholesale houses, such as Williams
k Stephens, that had previously prosper
i .!. v..r. for the time, divested of bus!
TWlfiH mill, had tho track not beon re
placed, would havo closed for want of
trade! Tho business or ino city muim
flif.anil.ont lnndlnc were then, and are
immeiiMiimblv controlled by the
", . . . . - & -
In vlow of this single demonstrated
fnnf Mm 'ruin" sriniment falls to the
crrnnn.i ir wft wniilil have "ruin" in
deed, to the lower portion of iho city, we
have only to compel the termination of
llw.ii nnninlnln mill I F flt T I A Vhl A.
'1 1 JfO W THE BRETHREN DWELL
I A J UU A JiJ4l
The loyal of Memphis are divided.
That redoubtable "bruiser" and "shoulder-hitter,"
William Hunter, formerly
leader of the Cuiro Saxhorn band, chain
ploulnt; ono faction, and a negro, black
iiftuliH iico of spades, a regular redolent
Chimpanzee, named Ed. Shaw, loading
the other. How theso "hall fellows well
met" sail Into each other Is broadly in
dlcated by tho following which wo clip
from tho Memphis 'Avalanche':
wl... mm for nml Eil. Shaw radical fac
tlons aro worrying each othor after the
fashlou of tho celebrated Kilkenny cats.
Wo mc'an no disrespect to the cats by
Hia nu.iiin inn nt nmniu. Hunter. ris
ing lu the pow-wows, mildly suggests
that Shaw lu a liar; and tho suave Shaw
Inuimintnu Mini in T-Tiintnr truth Is &
iriiiiirnr n mi nni inn n itrii aifiiiisiiawiiiiii.
uiiLur HiLimniPH ninx nimw wiiuiu uur
tin tlin nnnnara tvn tile ilAad errata H
lflLllUI'S UULIUH. MIlll K UK LI1IIL UC1UI1UL
now nnnra in u. "uuii maa i uuuii mil" urn
nAln(A,1 . U nath nf ntlLV. IVflHA hilt.
tho loyal are permitted to Indulge in
lliPHn llftln ftmnil Itles and courtlslej
'frim fim imfinuav nf llfn. una rander -us
W. l'V.l M J ' " '
muro u iiumugeuious peupiv.
Aworkingraan'sparty has been formed
in Springfield. In this State, and candi
dates for township offices have been
nominated. It Is to be presumed, we
suppose, that if this ticket succeeds tho
good -time looked rer by the hopeful pa
i f i ill J....... llrtMAlll.lH AkLu.M.m
(nod. Will unnu twuivMiMbcijr tuatwmvei.
rQMANTM GIFT MANSION.
Grant's Washington mansion was, In
the first place, purchased by Grant him
self entirely on credit," from a Mr. A.
R. Corbln, a resident of Now York,
agreeing to pay therefor $30,000. For
thlsWtrfh'e mortgagSd tho promises, the
mortgage being subject to foreclosure In
This fact becoming
known to Mr.
Eno, of New York, ho
tho Grant Reception
whdra tho' mentioned tho inability of
Grant to pay cash down tho very incon
siderable sum of $30,000, Ho enlarged
upon that gentleman's pecuniary impov
erishment, as exhibited by the fact that
not a single dollar of the purchase mon
ey had been paid, atid asked If such
things should bo without "overcoming
us," etc. Several gohtlemen, deoply
touched by Mr. Eno's showing, ex
pressed, then and there, their willing
ness, somo of them to pay $500,s and
some jiwu towards ttie cancellation oi
M.J1 It . II H...
tbo said mortgage. Tho General only
received about $20,000 a year, and It
would bo charity woll-bestowcd to pay
oft' tho mortgage. Mr. A. T. Stewart
protested against the subscription, at
first, but finding the current setting
strongly in favor it, ho finally fell In and
drifted along with the balance. Stewart
declared It o bo the duty of congress to
pay off tho mortgage; It should do by
Grant as the British Parliament had done
for tho Duko of Wellington. Tho inabil
ity of congress to take such action being
suggested, Mr. S. succumbed and de
clared his wMIiigdeis to give as much as
'any other man." Mr. Eno accepted
the challenge and put down $10,000;
Stewart called him with $10,000 more,
and lu due time tho $30,000 was not only
raised, and applied as' intended, but an
excess of $70,000 which was also applied
to the pecuniary relief of tho country's
great "Captain," whom a niggardly gov
ernment bad compelled to get ttlong on
tho pittance of $20,000 a year.
General Ben Prentiss overybody in
Cairo known him wants to go to Brazil.
Hope ho will be Grant-cd that mission.
It Is not posslblo for him to become a
wore 'Prentiss at diplomacy than he Is
atoratory. Send him off, and berafter
save the people of Illinois the Infliction
of a speech from him wherever he is one
of "two or threo that have met togeth
cr." Ho Is tho most consummate stump
borer that was ever given the gift of gab.
When In Cairo be made speeches at ev
ery street corner, on all kinds of occa
slons, to all kinds of crowds, In all kinds
of weather, and upon all sorts of sub
jects. Crowds of more thau thiee citi
zens Invariably dispersed upon his ap
proach to avoid the Infliction of a speech
from him. Send him otr, then, Tor suf
fering, speech-disgusted humanity's sake.
Sumner Is urging congress to appropri
ate $50,000 for the erection of an asylum
In Richmond, Virginia, for colored or
phans. The radicals will vote It of
course, without even questioning its Jus
tice or propriety; but ask the same
amount for the erection of an asylum
for white orphans, and see what you will
got! Here, In Illinois, we ask the privi
lege of uiing $5,000 In taxes paid by our
selves, for the care of white' orphans,
and constitutional Impediments obtrude
themselves. For black orphans, such
Impediments are not seen by congress,
and a claim of ,$50,000 Is recognized
as eminently Just and pressing! "Upon
what meat do these our darkles feed,
that they have grown so great?"
The application of oaths ao largely
mado In tho South by tho government,
and the disfranchisement of all refusing
to do the stringent swearing, receives a
vcrv odd Illustration In Missouri. Frank
Blair, Jr., lately caudldate for vice-president,
is disfranchised lu his own State,
because of his aotlvity as a Union sol
dier in the early part of the war. The
oath requires the voter to swear, among
other things, that he has never taken up
arms against the Btate. Early In the
war Mlselourl was In the hands of the
rebels, and her gevernor organized as
State troops a secession force. Blair
helped to capture that force, and there
fore cannot take the oath. New York
The President bad not, oa Saturday,
recovered hU wonted health. Neuralgia
preying upon his faee and anxiety upon
his mind, placed him beyond physicians'
cures. Sherman and Rawlins had made
mouths at each other, and from this
cause came his moat serious allmenti
Confined to blschambers senators, mln
isters, even offiee-seeklng relatives re
fused admlttaaee-noae can "minister to
his mind diseased," nor "raze out the
written troubles of his braln"-until
Sherman and Rawlins put fey their an
gry looks and on eaoh other smile agals.
A dilapidated old darkey. In Montgom
gery, Ala , while watching the monkeys
in a menagerie Is that city, spoke thus-
ly: "Dom children got, too much sense"
to come outdat eago; white folks eut
dar tails off, and set dem to votla' and
PADVOAJS ON THE "SHAKE."
The manifest anxiety of tho editor of
the 'Kentuckian' for tho presonco of a
Cairo gentleman In Paducah, induced
our Smlggey MoGulen to locato there.
As long as Smlggey lives ho will regret
hlsrashnoss. He had not beon In town
twenty-four hours before ho was takon
down with Paducah ague. Tho editorial
fraternity having borrowed his last dol
lar and tbo hotel servants having stolon
ovory arttdo of clothing ho possessed,
except the ahlrfrln which ho slept, ho was'
compelled to stay there and shako It out,
until the weekly mule mall arrived from
Cairo, and "replenished his depleted ex
chequer." Descriptive of what ho saw and experi
enced In Paducah are tho following
TttUTUFUk LINES MY SMIC1UEY!
Where llie dMkanJ Mlmr, cum.urfee4 waters
oftheTenncsice. crawl, ntsU nnd creep into
the diluted Ohio
fllnnds a oily dirk and dreary,
.... aL S -f IIm.I ami WI.fV.
miero iau umcicii n.yw
Ii mt by th people pale and mllow,
With volcet Brim and hollow.
And thclreyet look wild And auiiken,
And they act like pnoplo drunken,
Hem at nlM, or noon, or morning,
Without n moment' warning,
The atuo U iura to Uko ou,
And 'twill ilinke you, yea 'twill ahako you,
Khaka with it once, you'll ahako forercr,
Tou'll ilopihaklng neter. never I
It thaken the tops from off the liousct ,
Bhakea tho men from out their trowaen,
Khskc s the hoops from ol I the ladies,
."hakea tho gew-gawi offthebablei,
Hhakea what'er It takei a notion,
And It'a eterafior kept In motion;
Shako you once 'twill fluke fororcr I
TherVHorknOafufoVa)l folk, tVI i V
Hmll ones, large ones, tall folks,
All lake turna and hold each other,
Father, mother, aUter and brother,
Hold each other while they'rp tluklnr,
Hhaklnii out quinine they're been taklnff,
Aad they'll shako forerer aner,
'To the land of the hereafter.
lu this valley dark and lonely,
Haunted by thla demon only,
The aoll Ii rich and mellow,
Where theto people, pale and sallow,
Hant their corn when Itts seed time,
Kat their quinine when it'a feed time ,. , ,
KAt It for breakfast, supper and dinner,
And they all keep growing thinner,
Till their koncs come thro their body,
Till 'twont hold their whisky toddy,
Then It is they're cone f.irercr
Yes, forer,eerI ever I
A niaertnllou on Moriiliiff Sops.
The wretched old fogy Idea which used
to prevail, that in order to bo successful
people must cat their breakfast by
candle-light, before day, and go to bed
at sundown, Is now exploded. Tho
"healthy, wealthy and wise" couplet Is
a dead letter. This is an era of la to sit
ting and lazy rising, aud the philosophy
of it is thus explained by an Euglhth
paper: "Six hours' sleep may bo very
well for a plowman or a bricklayer, or
any other man who has no other exhaus
tion than thatrjroduccd by manual labor,
and the sooner he takes it after his labor
l over the better; but for a man wuose
labor Is mental, the stress of whoso work
lies on bis brain aad nervous system,
and who is tired In the evening wuu a
dav of mental application, neither
early to bed nor early to rise is whole
some, lie neeus letting uown to me
level of repose. The lonccrthe interval
between the active use or ms Drain anu
his retirement to bed, the better the
chance for sleep and retirement To
him au hourafter midnight is prottauiy as
good as two hours before it, and even
then his sleep will not so comnletly aud
quickly restore him as it will his neigh
bor, who Is only physically tired. Ho
must not oniy go to uou inter, um no
longer. His best sleep is probally in tho
early morning hours, when all the
nervous excitement uas juuu w,
and he is In absolute rest Gas Is respon
sible forasrood deal of our love of tho
long evening hours. A London houso,
at this time of the year, is never so
bright as it is after dark. Wheu the blinds
are down and the shutters are closed,
and the snug curtains uro drawn, and
the room is flooded with brilliant gas
light, aud the bright fire is stirred up
in the shining grate, nobody regrets the
sickly daylight which all day long had
been feebly struggling through the fog
aud smoke. Why should a man wish
to shorten the brightest hours of the
twenty-four for the sake of an extra hour
or two of foggy, inclTectual morning?
We live double at that soolul evening
time, and to waste such hours In sleep
when there is a spare hour in the
morning which may Just aa. well bo
spent lu bed Isau unwise substitution of
old maxims for new experience. No doubt
the old maxims are aud would still
be wise if our conditions were of our
great fathers; but while tho maxims
stand, the times have changed, and wo
have changed with them. We must
have society, and we cauonly havo It at
night; wo must have ample rest aud wo
can only take it In the morning. The
tress of life with us is on tlio brain and
nerves.and they can only bearthe press
ure by being allowed to sleep their sleep
out. For a man whose work Is intellect
ual, to have sleep violently cut short
every morning would be half equivalent
lawysrs tm Ceaarvs.
From the Hi. Louis Pemocrat,
Out of sixty-six Senators whoso occu
pations are stated In the Congressional
directory, forty.flve are lawyers, five are
merchants, five editors, four farmers or
planters, three bankers, two teachers, one
a manufacturer and due a railroad own
er. But forty.flve are lawyers-a prepon
deranoe which partly explains the out
cry of poor Spraguo of Rhode Island.
Sprague undoubtedly made a goose of
himself, but nevertheless Is It a good
thing to have in the Senate so great a
reponderanceof lawyers? The Houso
i not quite as strong in that element;
there are mentioned as lawyers one hua
dred aud nineteen, merchants nineteen,
editors sixteen, farmers soven, manufac
turers six. railroad meu Ave, ministers
two, bankers five, doctors two, painter
one aud prize fighter one so that a mau
baa Just twice, to oluoe t0,6' to:
trees if be IsVmluMter or a dootos, that
he has if ho follows prize-fighting as a
tournament Is on the
Fifteen hundred and eighty-two bills
havo been introduced into the lower
houso of tho legislature' during Its pres
ent session, Ono thousand and twenty-
nine have boen enrolled.
. . r - , . , tnV:
Work on the new customhouse and
postofflco commonced this morning. A
considerable force is employed at we
masonry work, and, should the weath
er provo propitious, the third story win
soon bo added, and the exterior wallg
From the Jlctropolls Promulgator.
Wo nntlep. bv tho Cairo 'Bulletin', that
tho county court of Alexander county
has selected an excellent list of Jurors.
They havo put upon their Juries tho best
material at unuu. n uurwumjrvuun
would Imitate their example it wouiu do
better for all concerned.
,4 UCTION HALE
TiViiiuiiliolil Ar. KKnhcn Fiirnlliiro
I will oiler for sale on Tuesday, April Cth. at ten
o'clock, a.m., on the corner of Fifth street and Coln-
aierclal avenue, a large aorunem 01 mi na u
mom furniture, consittlng or elialrs, mirrors, bed
steads, mattresses, pillows, stoTes, bureaus, cooking
.... -1 - i.nu... n,t fnfV. t.. .nrt Alan a lot of tin
claimed 'bi.gg.ze.8.l?in?sitT i.nd without rc.erTe.
ftp) 11 Ar( Itn itas'ias'f wv ivm.-v.
QOAL! COAL! COAL!
AT 4 ,
J. .Sharp McDonald'H Cealyard
, rr ' (I 1. W T)
ir.rlntr mado nrmaneat arraneements'wlth A. L.
nnoiwen i v-u. mr n
Constant Nupply of Coal,
fu..., .Am IK.. itiln. wn aramemitad to1 aQBftft?
sicamcrs ai any iiniu 7 t ui..
Ntcntn Tu "ItJ"
Always in readiness lo supply the wants of steal
aud tho public generally av Ilrlnir prices.
r51t ItOllKKT ll. SMITH, Age
TVISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER-
Tlt,.nniir(n,rhln heretofore exlsilnc' between E
II. Hcndrick and J. M. Phillips, under, the firm namn of
K. II. IlendrlcK .t Co., is this uar iiissoitcu, j. jii.
lhlllin utimlnir tho assets and liabilities of tho lato
concsrn, will continue tho wharfboat and forwarding
business unaer iiio nrm name oi a.rnuiiia m u.
E. II. IIKNOIUCK.
Cairo. April Jd, 1160. ...
Thkfiiifnr the liberal natronaio recelrod nsreto
fore. 1 respcct'elly solicit a continuance to the new
Drm of J. M. 1'hlllips A Co. E. II. HENDK1CK.
TalSSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER
The copartnership of Poetor Brlfham a Keck la
tlilailav iliiaolred bv mutual eoaaant. Dr. Keck with.
drawing. All Indebted to the Arm are respectfully re
quested to settle with Pr. Rrighara. who will also set
tle the claims against the Arm. K. a nillnllAM,
Dr. Brljtham Invites tho patronaje of all friend of
Homeopathy. , ap8t
t'ntnllr rorle. Prollo, Yertakl,
A lre supply of Fancy Orocerles, Canat d Fruits,
etc., always onliaad. Everything pura sad fraah.
8. E. COIl. OF WASHINOTOK AV. AND TENTH 'ST.
TRAW AND MILLINERY GOODS.
ijprizxss i xmao
MRS. K II. OSWALD k C0., 0
Have Just receivod an unusually fins and attractive
rUmwnui! Millinery Coosto.
Notions, Trimmings and Faucy Articles, Blbbons,
Buttons, Flower, i tn., all of the very latest styles ex
tant ; prrJentlns to tho trade a variety equal to the de
mand, at price that nan scarcely fall to give satisfac
tion. WOBK BASKETS; Infant'a basket, and a
handsome collection of othor notions, useful and or
namental. . . . , . ,
A new lot of Bincer' celebrated aewlng roachinea
alsoon hand, to which the attention of tho publld Is
They ate prepared, as heretofore, lo meet all de
mands in thedress making llae promptly aad nr tho
Bonnet made and bleached to order. . .
124 I'oiiuutrclnl Avtnne, Wear Mffklfc' M.
DVAB T. 1 AUK if It. JOHN B. PHiXtlS.
jpARIOSR & PHILLIS,
CowinlssIoB and 1'onrardlar Merekaats
And Dealer la
Hay, Corn, Oats, Hra. anl all Klaale T
yARD S EUREKA TONIC l
Ward's Kheawatlc tlaaiaeat!
Now has a reputation overall other remedies before
the public, for the reason It has cured roauy caaea that
have baffled tho skill of our most eminent physicians,
and pronounced Incurable by them all. Persons suf
fering with Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Hick r Nervosa
Headache, Chill and Fever, Typhoid and Bullous Fs
tew, Coughs, Cold', Consumption, Rheumatism, neu
ralgia. Pain In the Side, Breast, or Back, should at
once procure a bottle, each of. thes invaluable reme
dies and be restored atonco to perfect health.
EUREKA TONIO I good for Debility from any
cause. It ha no equal a a Female Remedy. It aids
Digestion and purifies tho Blood, sad prevsnWdisi
ease.cleanslni the sytSn of al llropuritle, which If let
Miualn, produco a sallow complexion and brine
disease that makes life one of misery. Wood'a Kure
ka Tonlo Is compounded of tho pursst VegetabljilSx.
tructs, and is pleasant to take, and mild la Its action
ob tho syttom.
Try ono bottle it will keep your Liver tad
.lifht. and orevsnt bllliousncss.
A. R. VfHITAKEB, t ) AJi
And for sale by Druggist geasrajly. aurll-Sm
DRY GOODS, ETC,.
Tlic Oldest Established
. ..1 i
IX THE city. . ' ..It
-i ;t :r
RITTENII0U8E & HANNY . 1
Havo on hand, frcih from tho market , ,.. -Il ".
Droee G-oodB, .Csi:
PeJlns, Rrlenlal,' ! ; !T
Alpacas, . jwDoiiV""".'
rrlnlcd do Lainos, Tekln ;LuatrM,n ,
French Jaconets, Porcalcf,,, , ,
Italian Cloths, XxtiV
' Frcpch Ginghams, French 1'iqucs, '
' riirfcMolialrs, Scotch Oingham,''
CrapoMnrcti, Poplins,- :ubf'
Percalo ltobes, ' Jnpaneso Cloth,
French Lnwns, ,i'aclOeljiwns,"
Orcnallne, Printed Linens,
Plain Pcrchle, Wlilto Alpacas,
OallOOOS. .r,lr fi .
Brown an.l Bleaehwl gheetltifrs, ' ' ' " '
Brown anil mcaciien nnirunRs, -
Tibet Hhawls, '
i.ainaljwc Shawls. " '
bhotland Hhawls, ,H ' '
. Htlk Wantllla, .
Paris Vol! llarccns. ' t
White Oood, 1 Donna Maria, - '
WalnsOOUs, , imuou .
Soft Cambrics, Hosiery, '
India Twill. OIotcs, ' ' ',
India Mull, , Jaconet, ' "
Mnen Camlirie, ..HJEt.l'.-'
OilOlotlisi,' i . .
IVXn,ttiaxjr, , ' , , . .
COllXKIl KIOlJTlf ST. AND cbllMKKClAt. AVK.
Especially designed for tho tvs of thn Mudlual Pro
fession and Ihn Family, pones-lm; thoso Intrmsio
medicinal properties which belong to an old anil Pure
Indispensable to Ye males, ttuod for IChlney Com-
filaint. A ilellclonsTonle. Put tin fn cases, contain
ng ono dotcn tattles each, nnd sold by nil ilrticirlsrs,
crocers, Ac. A. M. lllnlnxor Jt Co., ostnbllshcil I7M,
No. 13 Bonvcr street, .VowJ'ork. mnr"Mly
Estate of Eunttta Candee, deceased.
The undersigned having Uen appeintcd exeensor
of tho last will nnd testament of Kunefat
Candee, lato of the county of Alexander nnd Hfctfft
of Ullnols.deceasivl.liereby Klvenotlco that he will
appear befnroOie ounly court of Alexander county,
atthe court houso In thecltr of Cairo, Illinois, at tlfc
May term, on Iho third Monday in May next, at
which time all permits liuvinu claims against said es
tate aro notltlcd and requested to attend for tho pur
pose of havlmr th same ndjustod.- All iiersoni m
debteil to saldestato are reiuested to inako Imiiuxll
ate payment to tho undersized.
Dated this 17th day ofMsn-h.A. I). IW1.
marlMiw flKMtr II. CANDEE, Executor.
Whereas, Mary A. Mitchell, by hor ccrbdu ded
bcarlDBilatc the clc-e nth day of June. A. I). 1SB7, aad
recorded In Uiok "V" of ileedn, on pao All, Ao., m
the recorder' utllcenf Alexander oounly, Illinois, did"'
convey In tre u thn iiiklerslKed, William J. Allen, tfM
following ileMcrilxNl lots, ptH-corparctd of huid situ
aled in Alexaudrrtiiuiity. llllnoia, vlxi Lots No. tint
block No. one i ulue, u Mock two; one, three, four
and live, In block threo; one, two and three, in block
four; tone, two, three, four and Ave, In block Ave ; At
and six. In block six; one, two, throe, four, Avo and
six, In block seven; one, two, three, four and five, m
block elf lit t one, tao, three, fuiirand Ave, in block
nine; one, two, three, four, Ave nnd six. in block ten ;
and being purtnf the ilitmiy ilitislon of tho old town
of Unity, and In i-ertioii Ihlrty.slx. townahfp nftecn,
south run two west of the third Prlnulp4l meridlani
and also the public square III snld town of Unity, us
will mure fully apprnr by rnfereuco to the pint of wild
town In' the recorder's nllluo of said County. Tha
aorthcaat quarter of tho southrasl quarter, of section
thirty-six, township Aftecn, south ruugft two west, con
talnlng forty acres' texcept saving and rctcrvlugone
quarter of nn acre, Inclii llni; the i-nliro gravuynrd as
nowand ncretuforv known wituatett on small mound
In said tract), iUo, the nrthwrt quarter of the south
weatqilftVtrr of section thirty-one, in township Aftct-n,
south, range one wot nf tltq llurd jiriucljuU mernl
Ian, containing Aftvi.it iMiresnnd M-I0of uii iM't
alio the following ili-srrdN'd lots, pieces or ircels of
land In said town of Unity t Mr unit iiiul two lu smiarx
six, being urt of swllon thlny-nix. township fifteen
south, ran:t twg hc1, uUo, as kliowu on wid plat or
town of Unity, lots one and two In square flvo, nnd lot
four lu niiiiiru seven ; lot Avo in sqiutr? ten, in said
town of Unity, the jjr.vitnr expressly Abandoning and
waiving all right of h .mo(t'iU oxrinption. Intrust,
howeverithatlfni-i.ru n note exinjiiteil by KiidMary
A. Mitchell to Hasting, Vilkeron A Co., for twenty
Ave hundred dollars, usied even ilalo with said deed,
and payable sixty days from date, and In said de erf
mora particularly ilcM.'ri(Td, should not bo well ami
truly paid when the fttmi hoc'"')" dun nud payable, ,
then Ihe said Wllllum J. Allen, or his lewd representa
tives, might, on thn re.iiiftIof Iheuoldur of stud note,
proceed to sell the atmvo ilrscrlbed priperty or any
rt thereof, at puldio vt-ndue to Iho highest bidder,
as by tho terms of said deed are provided, and upon
such sale make, execute and deliver to the purchnr
or purchaser thereof u deed In foo simple therefor.
And whereas, said ngto.liJniK siaeo booomedue ami
SiyaMc, and the sum of twenty-oight hundred and
ifrty-two dollarauud twrnty-Hvo cents of principal
and (merest now rciaains iluo und unpaid on said uule;
now, therefore, notlre is hereby given, that 't the re
quest, m ilia uuiuers oi sum lioie, aim iu uurKUicf, "i
th term and condition., of raid deed,
I , lUUHait ill.
nam ji Alien, unuvrs
Ham Ji Allen; Hitidersfcucd,, U, oa Mrn4y thsWs
day of April, A. I). 1W, W tho cpurV house iuti;cty
Cairo, Illinois. at, tlio lioiir of ten o'clock ajii., u(m1
dav. nrncred III sll thn nrotwrtv licrelnbcfure (W
scribed, or so much thereof iu riiay bo nemury, to -,
satUfy'aald amount so'remaliiinKlo on mid note a
foresaid, with tho suleqiiint Intvrcst tliut may aa
cruo thereO?itid tho'coVs widex.onosof tlilstnisli
ana win execute anu iiciivur ro ine jiun.-wv. w.
chaser thereof a dee.1 therefur. . . ,,w .
WILLIAM J. ,lhW, Trusteo.
Orecn ic Gilbert, altorui')- .,v,j
Cairo, HI., February W, lW. maridaod
. A'K. I n twelfth stjii:et.
tTWKEN POPLAH bTUEKT AND WAM"!MTOW
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