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OF-FICJE: InTo. 13 Tenth Street, Thornton's Building.
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DAILY EDITION ,r-V WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 21, 1869.
JOHN II. OBERLY & CO
MlSGEhL A NEC OS ITEMS.
fA medical student says lio has never
been able todiscovcr the bono of contcn
tlon, and desires to know whether It is
not situated very near tlio Jawbone.
, The principle irumblera at Monaco are
ittihslana and Americana. Anions the
latter aro several females, who may be
been morning and evening at the rowjc
ct noir tables.
A number of prominent guutlomen of
Lower Swan Lake, Arkansas, have orga
nized an immigration society, and pro
pose to get about 5000 Chinaman in the
fall, the negroes in that vicinity having
The farm owned by I. IJtirtlU WJggln.
of Stratham, New Hampshire, has never
been deeded. It has remained in the
same family, patting by will from father
to .ion over luo it M'a originally grant
ed by the crown.
Hbvoral Vormottt farmers, who have !
heretofore been engaged In rnMng woof,
huvuooncltiilwl.on noomint of the con
tinued depression in the wool marker, to
sell their sheep ami Invest in cattle and
In ICannas City, Missouri, th other day
an ontorprlflug firm, by my of nttract
ing attention to tliolr goodii, waron and
inurcllntidihit, envorod a hog with patera
and sent him to rotn through the streets
of the city. The novelty of the proceed
ing attracted considerable attention.
In the Corn Leglslntlf of l'arh, an
American ha Introduced an olectrlc
communication for registering the vote
during the sitting. Eaeh deputy's seat
communicate with lite teller's desk, and
Is fitted with two knob on 'aye" mil
ono "no u My thia means t.'ij.0
vote can iHJCOMHted in i,Je au of one
minute, without t,0 lmitl di3:::riJatiec..
A speculative person at Peru, Indiana,
whose wife had procured a di voice from
him, with illtt pur year alimony, wrote
Judge Wliltukldud a prhate note, the
other day, oll'erlng him a0 if he would
tot aside tlio alimony. The Judge had
the trading Individual brought up and
sentenced him to twenty day' imprison
ment and to pay :i line of f&0.
China and Japan had an area of 1,-lo.t,-700
square miles in lisUO, and a opulatlon
of -l76,UQt,0iW In Inhabitants, an average
of about three hundred and Iwcnty-flvc
ttt the square mile. They havo probably
Increased In population wince that time.
No wouder the governments of tho;e
countries are anxious to Hud a home for
a few hundred thousand of their overplus
Inhabitants in "the laud of the free and
the Lome of the brave."
The Lebanon (.Ivy., 'Clarion' :
"A few day since, a man in apparently
good health informed those with whom
he was at work lhathu would die at four
o'clock on the following day. This state
ment wns repeated the next morning,
and in the afternoon was vortifted by
the man's falling dead nt precisely four
o'clock. The deceased also
shortly burore his death, tlmt on tho 7th
of next mouth this aeetloii of tin- country
will be vIMtod by h hall-storm, the like
of which litis never been known, and
which will destroy every llvlug thing
that is not under shelter,"
It is.obthnatod that about viO.OOO.iiOO
lead pencils are used lu Germany, where .
the pencil trade is imM nourishing, there
are several manufactories, thu Inrgimt of !
"which are t Stein, kept by 1'aberllroth- 1
crs It is a family busluoss with them, J
their father and grand-father having j
been engaged in tho biulnca lforc
them. It has been tarried on until the ;
tmmt of Faber, a a ponoll maker, Is re
nowned. Thero aro several manufneto- J
rlw. in this eetintry, where nearly all tht- J
work it done by machinery, but in Ge-r- j
many the pencils are mostly made by
r - - I
Why dqvMit't the administration take
a bold and manly stand In tho enforce
ment of tiie neutrality laws, or avow
Us sympathy for the Cuban Insurrec
tionists? Very recently a letter rroni
lioilists. uiy jui;oiiiij iwnu.
the sec-rotary of the Cuban Junta of Sow
York, datod Juno -20th, has been captured
by tho Spanish authorities, and Js now
publl.-hed. It utlvisos Cospetles, the
chief of tho Cuban hnurreetion, of the
fcuocessful sailing from I'liltctl States
ports, and lauding on tho Cuban coast,
of no less than three military expeditions
for his md during tlio previous month,
and of tho probablo sailing of two more
expeditious within a few days. Tho ex
pouso of ono of thesu oxpoditlons Is reck
oned at ?120,000, and that of another
SlGO.Ouo. Tho secretary also writes that
tho Junta Is arranging for tho fitting out
of privateers, tho lotting out to sundry
, speculators of contracts for furnishing
supplies to tho Insurgonts, and an aug
mented shipment, on tho Junta's own
account, of arms, ammunition, and
men. , , ,
This tolls a sorry talo for an adminis
tration that declared Its purposo to on
forco bad laws as well as gdod olios
tho former more rigorously than the lat
ter that their evils might bo felt find
remodlod. It is, to say tlio tho least, a
fftlslfioatlon of the plodgo, if not a tacit
sanction of tuo violation of law,
THE EVERLASTING NEGRO.
We see It stated that tho mayor of
Washington has transmitted his annual
message to the council, in which he re
commends that the colored schools bo
Incorporated with tho whlto public
schools and placed under tho same man
agement, conducted under tho same sys
tem, and sharo Impartially In all respects
tho samo advantages as enjoyed by tho
whlto schools. Ho says tho distinction
of color is tio longer recognized hero in
the charter, nt tho ballot box, In. the
courts, lecture rooms, public halls of
amusement, n"or in the city council
and should bo eliminated as speedily as'
possible from tho public school system.
The hlfty)r ulso sont to tho council fifty
five nominations for corporation oftlccs,
about one-third of whom aro colored,
tho principal ono i '--lug (Jcorgu H. Vash
on, colored, trustee for white schools.
And to thin aro wo e . iug under thu
thu rule of radicalism. '
THE VIUGlNfA'ELECTIO IN THE
There Is a purpoeo on the part of two
or three membera of the cabinet to de
feat the will of the people of Virginia,
notwithstanding the unequivocal expres
sion rif sentiment, given by them through
the ballot box. The president appears
to be satisfied with the result, but Messrs.
Hotitwoll and Creswell are not satisfied,
and are working in behalf of Wells and
the ultra radicals to have the -od work
done In that State upset by Congress.
Now, as this reconstruction business will
admit of no further trilling or factious
resistance Jj bncotm tlio duly of the
President to impress this cohMderation
upon ills cabinet in a way which will
not admit of undr.-tandlng. Ho ought
to lnfoim the members of his cabinet
that he among them who is not with hl
chief vti thl- Important mutter, but in ac
live opposition to him, mu.'t surrender
his objections or his place. Tji' lresl
dont can do nothing with a dlscoru.'ult'
cabinet, and it is his first duty, as he
! I . . . .
lumpen uas eiuariy indicated, to secure
a cabinet that will bo a unit, whatever
tho changes required to this great end.
Of all things It is of the highest moment
to the President that he shall be tho
head of bis adtnlnUtnittoii.
Jl'EGE THE TREE BY JTS J-Jll'JTx
Wherever Radicalism Is In tho ascend
ency the debt of the community Increases
with frightful rapidity, Jumplngahead of
the grinding and unusual forms if tax
ation which accompany Itadlcal finan
ciering, until at the end tho peoplo falter (
with exhau-itioii, Hint money enough
c n not be wrung from thoin to pay tho
Interest even of the obligations which
havo been piled on them by their task
master The humiliation which has
fallen on the State of Tennessee under
tlio mliiiliilhtratliiii of Hrownlow and his I the lips of Americans us tliwe of fcher
tho administration urou mow anu ! mun m, Kttrrai.ut Certainly the idea
cm din tors is bankruntcy. hut a still i ,i,, r:(l.ir,ii m,.ir imnmii m nnm-nu
greater humiliation has cumu to poor ,
Tennessee, for the Radicals havo brought
the credit of the fit tto so low that thieves
refuse to Meal tho bonds when tin ler
their fingers. Tho proof H thN, lu wt.at
occurred at the Ocean Hank rol.bery,
where, according to tho account, ft box
containing $10,000 In Tennessee State
iviiiiiwu aiuiu j
cy was opened, j
ney was stolon
ImiiuIb ami $.'W0 In currency
the potty amount of current1
and the bonds were left! The rascals ov.
idently knew of Jlrownlow & Co. 'a "loy
al" mode of Stato financiering; and, no
doubt, considered that while the bonds
might possets u quotable depredated
value, yot IT they had to be kept long,
they would not pay for tho trouble a
stealing, and declined to burden thorn:
selves with property of dubious valueli
1 MGJIS AND 2 EARS. .
I fall the sighs of disappointment slnci
j General Grant camu in could bo collected,
i they would produce a hurricane; If all
I tho tears shod over failures could bo
i gathered together, they would lloat a
j fleet, so says the New York 'Tribune.
' It Is ono of Iloraco'rijpccullur Idlosyucrar
olos that onco 111 a will e he will uiurt ota
n ...... ... (
square truth, iu spito'of all his Kadlc:l
brethren can do. The, only thing theH
tan not from h in after 'long prayers ih
an i-qiuillyjl'contntillctlon next dujj,
when they gothlin again well under tho
party inlluences. They'll chloroform
him soon If ho don't stop. But was theijo
over a truer thing said of Grant than tl
i above? No Whig or Itadlcal President
ever before, during an ontho term, su
! ceeded lu causing sudh a volume of slgV
' and tears as Grant has done among h
, former friends within tho past threo
' months. In faeO the' oU'ects of Graht
upon both the parties and tho country
' generally Is remarkable. Domocracy lis
indignant ; Radicalism Is in sighs nod
tears at Its proipeot,) and thoentlropilo
llo aro disgusted. Only three, mont
! Actlnir commissioner of internal rove
I nuo, Douglass, has telegraphed to tio
assessors ot Now York city to Investigate
the luiHiiit-H matters uf
j prominont gentlemen in that oily whose
I names were publlahed it short lime t-inco
us not making any Income retiuiiH, .h'ihI
I onforco tho law against them.
Information ha been received at tho
revenuo bureau from Tennesso of tho cap
ture of an ox wagon In the mountains of
Itock county, loaded with whiskey from
some illicit distillery in Georgia. Tho
owner of tho team was soiling whisky
from tho wagon to all who wanted to buy.
When tho revenue officers overhauled
this perambulating whiskey mill tho
proprietor abandoned his team and took
to the woods.
The nomination of General Itosccraus
for governor, by the domocracy of Ohio,
Is not relished by tho radicals. They
fear that it will result In tho defeat of
their candidate, General Hayes. They
attempt, however, to draw comfort from
tho fact that (he convention was not
uuanlmous for Rosccrans. lint this docs
not prove anything. It It evident from
the balloting In tho convention that
thcro was a difference of opinion as to
candidates. The whole number of votes
wasood. On tho first ballot Gctieral It'o
secrans received 107 to Km for llanny;
the remainder scattering. On the second
ballot, Kmu'crans -received 302 votes",
llanny JttVund thu balance scattering.
This nominated General Itosecrans, and
showed that ho vena decidedly thocholco
of the convention. '"' ' H
PURCHASE OE 110ND& t ,
Under the law as it now stands the Sec
retary of the Treasury Is not ullowod to
place over $.0,000,000 per annum In the
sinking fund. Tills calls for a purchase
of about twoand one-third million bonds
each month, filneo .Mr." Iktutwoll's
advent In the Treasury he has fully com
piled with tills requirement of the law.
The bonds which hj, is now purchasing
are tharefore laid aside tonwalt the action,
of Congrcfcs. It lu now "probable that tho
Seotetary In his report will recommend
that the surplus bonds bo added to the
finking fund also, to cover the years since
the' sinking fund was created when
bonds were purchased.
ThN dates back coven
year ann would refl,,lro $12,000,000,
which Is more thu Secretary will be
able to purchase LoiweJ" t5,H ,rml Dl"
i.n: ami J.xntsox.
Geueral Blair stood by hN words' at
Long Hranch. Tlie sutlers and haggcrty
raggerty fellows wlio mado a tumult to
interrupt him, sayn tho Utlca 'Observer,'
foiinil mat tneir tiisonier and Insult only
hud tho efl'ect of emphasizing the lan
guage to which they objected. What ho
said is a mere truism uttered with a inn
tve certainly as high as any of which
the objectors are callable. What ho said
is therefore all the more likely to bo
drilled into the recollections and hearts
ttf the people. The words to which ob
jection was made formed the declaration
that tlio "names of Lee and Stonewall
Jaekoii would one nay bo as much on
cannot be disputed. The tune Is coming
when wo omul uc glad to claim all as
American soldiers who have Illustrated
American valor and skill on tho field
no matter on which side. Tho time Is
coming when, at least, this will be true
that Americans will be pleased to name
.Stonewall Juckwm rather than Daniel R
Sickles as lllulratitu: the irurity of the
AtnuricmiHoldler of tho period, and will
w ,,rolic.r 0f the military fhlll and tho
manliness of ltobert U Le than those of
Uenjainlii K. Ilutler. . Wo liavo to wait
...,n .. iiifi.. ,) l,,.4-,l tnl,ul,lau W.i
until ti llttlo present hatred huusiues. o ,
i know not how soon that may be. It may
1 not bo long. Nothing expires more rup
, Idly than hatred wjion its hour has come.
KAI.I.Ofll. OF HUSTON 3!i:.UOKY.
, For a prominent position among tho
loaders of this "party of moral ideas,"
no less u one than tnat of senator tf tho
United States from Kansas, a nev can
didate, a gentleman not unknown 'to
fame, is being brought prominently for
ward. Tlio gentleman wuo wouiu uo
ceed .Senator Tuiss Is ono Kallooh the
Itov. Mr. Kalloch, formely of Uoston a
oberlcitl gentleman whom a little mis
fortune about ton years slneo thovo from
that city, and concerning whom wo fancy
our readers still havo some slight recol
lection. Wo can all of ih, douut!et-, re
member tho little allair which gave this
person tho reputation which ho onjoys,
and which must bo so precious to thoso
w ith whom ho is connected. According
to the nowspapern of that. day, and.tu,lie
witnesses who testified in his cite, and
wo believe the fact hu nowr been
disputed eveiriftby,"hls frKuda,
Mr. Kullooh, the ncoupiuif f
pulpit In lloiton, was uonvicud of
haviugmlulteroiis conneclioii wiiit omt)
of tho lady members of hi- t-ouytwga-tlon,
amoiig the whole ho had beeti a
wolt In sheep's clothing. This whs hIKij
and for this tho whilom martyr and the
present candidate for the United Htatos
Honatu from Kansas was so dreadfully
1 1 puraecuted that he had to leave lio-tou.
I Yes, the poor civaturo was actually oh.
llged, on accDiint of theso trlllng liidis-
eretious, to betake himself and his vile
pitislons to a ii. -''oousoiy soti'eu portion
of tho country, where, among a moro
charitable people, tho rein to his uncon
trollable liiiis could uo more freely given,
without in any way endangering his
Halntlvrcputaii' n or injuring his polltcal
statu" lu tn "party of moral ideas."
And now ilils gentleman Is a radical
lidiiti) for the United States Senato:
and, piisse-s.iigsuchtt savory reputation.
no win tioinHU'"'' " uicotoii. x-iuiKiii
there Is no r'tteiiues and corruption
oiioujMi in the rail leal partyuo uttoriy tie
stroy Ittheu flu lorn anil Gomorrah wcro
unjustly dvalt with Albany Argus.'
I'OVJF.UTY STKICKE."V (?j
Tho I?rlnco of Wales has over f3,000 a
year from the duchy of Cornwall, -10,000
a year from parliament, the Interest upon
the 600,000 saved during his minority,
and, if report be true, the additional pay
ment of 10,000 a year recently made by
tho queen for stato purposes. In view of
these "narrow" resources, rsprescnta
tions have been made to tho chancellor
of tho excheqer to Induce him to consent
to propose to parliament thut the Prince
of Walo's expenses in the east should bo
defruyed out of tho public purse, on tho
ground that tho visit to Egypt and Con
stantinople had more of u stato than n
private character Poor John Bull!
NEW AMVKimSEMES'l'S .
Offlcr of thf larro A St. t.nui Italtrnail Ot).,
X iintliia ttf Uia dIri"for! of tiilu umnunjr vMH lx
hclil im Tiiurnlnt, the -.nil ln., nt 2nVWff. n. rn.',
l the iiithrrn lfrti-l. In tllO clt- ofi-t I.oiiin, .Mo
jvS0.Hn S rtTAATfmVI.Oll. I'rrHirtpnt.
I'.r nml Hrlil.'Kt-ouin. i
KaTi fur TouttK Mn m Um- Intt-rothis relnfioh
f ilrldcgmotn to Ilridf, in the m(l(iitloii of Mnimgo
giM to mnlrlmonlnl ftlltlty,iinltru liajipinrM.
iil ly injll m oralr-il l-ttr env'lnjM fro iif clurjo.
A.IUrc., HOWAKt) AtU-OdAl 1H., Uox V, I'lullel
phi, !. m).1M.tw3m
(4.I.V. 111 (..I .II. Iui
1 liprt-ty fl'vMi tli&t itcLuli lia1uc ucoimril In tlio
ixTfomnMH- of tlicnriilltlont i'zptMwil lu ncurtuin
MoiiifHi' or ltrl of Tfii( rxoitiU-d by Klwirl T.
1:01 u .siii i in-1 Siiutta T.iyior ml I'M win I"r,im.
TrunloCt ul tho Clr. City 1'ronrrti, ilitUul tfio IStii
ui oi a pnii
AM . IN)), teuordml In tlin Ilotordar'n
(m f. in dI
fm- Alonoiiltr mmtitv. fh th StMto t
llhiMiH, irilUKik I' ut Dvf,ue id. Ac;mii1 ,Mtrtiti
'irl'co'l i f'I'nit '-..tiTeyina lot nntntrtni Sultttwi
nml 4 ifourA in Id.N'k timberm! 3 (thrnl, in tli tirl
Mi I ion to theriij of Mtu, ill the Maui count; ami
Male, wi. I tin imilrriilucil, "alii Trtii-t', hMI on
Knlay, the IJlli Uuy of A(jut next, A. 1., IpW,
at 10 oVIoek m th fori noon of that day, unUr and
liy wrlu of the twrr at W rrnlaini iimtvlil Mort-L-if",
H'll, nt l'Hlk AM'tlun, tn the ISk'l'i'U buliler,
fi)rCh, nt tli oltko ImllilniE "t M Tnial-, ror
ttvrof Wwhiai'tKU Arenutinil ImIi trnt, InMililcily
ail luttnuuitU!nil3(tlirr) nmU (furl In block niim
l r,l ithr.t III lh rlr.t aililltlMt to niiil i lly of I'airc
rt ntro. in AirsamHTfoiiniy wki ! 01 imnoi,
w.,, ribiut to the rpconlml t thernif, llh thrap-
pnru-imm-r.il, tn ni,-ry tho purKiM-i ami condition uf
S. fiTAATri TAV1.0K,
Traahwnf th fairo Uiy I'ropwt)
Cairo, III , July ilt J--dUI.
I li. rcl.y jtn UttMiitti rwrlnk' t-currl lu tlio
iorforinanc!if tho eanrlllions ojiprwf"! In aeertnin
MortK-X or Dflwl ofTrut hmhmHi-J hy Chnrli'
"l6iiinoyr nivl Amlrcw l'jip tobumnnl suwtjTuy.
: -n iiiiun, inuiK -i 1110 wiirnuny
ratr . JUw.lc l of ,. l ."a,,,
in in iionnivr'ii 1
and flat f f llKd
Mll Mortmain or IcolorTnnt ronrpydiclol nnm
Iwied 6 (mxfnnil 7 (ncTeli), in Lh-rk iituii'-nil 6 ixi,
l'i Hi" third mldition to I hi; city of Cnun, in ;iid r ,.
tyandMt, m, tlio und(riniril) wid TruHtet, will
0. . Kri'Uy, th' 13th day uf Aiitfiiit next, A I'., K,
ut lu oVItwk ih Uic fre iiituii of that dny, iind.r mil hy
MtiHunf ilit- pouur of JoruuinitU in raid M"rijj.u:''
tvll.al I'utilii Air lion, to lht liisln-it biddi-r. fon-iitli,
a tt.i- urti' UiiMinK of uul Tiut.v, i ornvt of H'.uli
niijuwi .rnuu and IMh irii, In wild city of Cairo,
in Alrxuniir i.iuniy uitd SUto of IllmoU, ald lot
niitnU-n-d o lain mid T (rihi in Mi l I.Iim k uiiiiiU r
l()iix in faid thinl addition to wiideilycf (lr,
awoHiinr to tiMi rtnlil pint lliornif, tilth ihoapinir
1. naii'i, tit ' ti-fr tin' iairporiiiiilt.'umlltloii of mid
Jloriaj;.- H. STAATS 'I'AVI.oit,
TrtHlto of tho Omo CI iv Proita-rty.
Teim. III., Jiily'.'l.t. IKAt-dld.
lhtrrt.yKiintUillnttiat ti.irtnh' iKcuitTff.l Iridic
MYforimuMM f timi-oHdiUtiii nxtniMlci n h rHam
.MonaiK' Td t Trut exnmtil hy Henry l;iiiiktr
I.. s.in,nl HiaaU Taylor iumI Kduin l'aroin.,TtuUH
. I thu Cairn i ily l'roH n), datl Auvintwli, MU,aml
r ordvil in thr llwordcr'a otlki. In and for Alxan-iii-r
I'liiiiity, lu thuShttu of IIIiimi-, lu Hook I'of IiviiU
lll, iwlil MiirtgnKe ii' l)tl ( TriHt i-niitoyitis
(.! numhorrd 1? fi.vn!wnl niul l t-isliliiMii, m
N'-k uiiuitwmi t ttwuly-on, In tho I'oiirlh addi
ti.n to thitrity of t'uiru. In iul t-nunt) ami Slt,
tlio nodi niitii-d, mmI Trun. . mil
ou Frtala), thv 14th t of Anfi'lH HW, A.U., 1".
Hi l oVI.H'k f Ih fi'rfii.in uf thai day, under mid i
Tlriimofthr of al i oolained in aald MortKaV
""at fiiDiKt Aiiiiion, i.iini.iimin-i'.inifr, mria-n,
,ithCo. imiiUinKoiiudTrnirwi.i ornrorw.h'
iiigton Airuni' aud iaihrat III .Wl ' ity W Cairo,
lu Al.x.iiili. . ou.ity nd 8Wtu1( IHM. Ia, ld loi
nntntrwl IT laawnttea) nnd Ih (IkIiiihi, lu miu!
oli knumUrll (iwi-nly-oa.-) In ! Ponrth addi.
riirn. aeouWUttf I" Wife W'MI
Rnwi.v l'Aiiso.vs. '
TrnaftOifK) Oily Prnixtty.
1 havi'tty t it Ut .InAuiK.lMtiioritctitriftd m Un
ii rfomlaK' ot iSih lonilllioiia twpriMial inu uertam
nu'itaacor4litloftrua( oxiioMlt! liy .MarKariK Ii
IHg tRMimUPl staatn-'IViylorNnd Kdam J'mioiii, uui
i. , ,,.fili (Virit;ny rr-iiy, ilau.1 thf IMhilayof
"ir-'i A.l law. and rcroruVd In (lie n-i-ordir' of
..i m 1 for Alvxauilt i 1..1111U. m lliHhluliMif 1111-
x i r4 0f oonreyinM im
liumU-r! aiivuif I..I
-U immrreii two (tl, tha htouH addition to
'v oft ,ilr. in said countv and StU.
Wu. thu uiuUraicnid. mint trnatfoa. will on Krlday,
tlx. I. th day of AniiuVt u xt. A. II. lanu. ui lu oYlook
In Iba furtWMHi of that l.iy,inidc ud hy vliina oMIm
i, -AT,.r oftairi oontoiHixl in Mild aHr(KH. foil, at fvilt
lar aiulioii, tu ilm liiyln t Uitdor, for omli. iittluiof.
ih h hiiiliMaia of mIU tiimmi,omu-r of Wiialiiuvlmi
avaniio and tstli ttrwl, in !Ud I'll) of Onto, in Alex
,:. . i . oiiiiiy ,uid Mute of lllinoi mo I lot i)uihIk)i1
ti'!'il(l&), III Uoi-k two (iMU ul. xoooad addldou to
WnrMtyof 0!r, twiilln t tlio lwonlod plat
tlu'i fi.f. Willi th appui lonaio i , to nut i -fj Hi.' pur-
til) WIN I'AHeOSS,
.;d, noio, Jul) tliU jyilydld
4 ttt,ret$'it ili.inliiilt hurmg i jtiirrdu- ttto
uiactttaitc ( dn-d of t ui .xaoul. il l.y Joli.i
prl rorllrlll.'O oi llu' e.in.looiii ..pre'-.i in i-itihiii
toSaniiiolMa.ini Taylor and tdiun IViMoii-,
of theCuiro t'lty ti
iroiieui. iiiot Uai. l Auii
u-t Jaih, A.
lire, in and
I ). lilf, nnd riK-niM
I ill the recorder h
i'of di' In, hik luj, 'J , wild iiioi'luxito 01 deed of
trunt cniylint lota numbeivd iloiiy-foiir uHi i.ud
Ihirty-firo (SAj, in hlm-k niiiiiU-i. d ine i.'.l. ill lh
Ilk u J u.'dilu.ii in tlie eit) oft niro, tn "lid lomity mid
Sute. We tin. nml -iKiied miiJ lni-lc will on Fri
day, the nth dm of AUK'lt next. . Il.liW. lit 10
o'i'l..i k until. f M'li" 'ii l llou day, under and byvir
tuo of tho lioiviToraiilooontalmid in mild iiiortK"rie,
aeli, at piihlie ntiell to tlio hihen bidder, for etwli,
ntthgnlllce biulduifiof aaid UuhUuij, con-cr ot Wuh.
i tou Axeniioiind llli tr0ot. In WW ty ot Cauo, m
AlexHiidercounly nndiatoof llliuom, auld Iota mini
I er. d Hi rt -f u- till and tl.irly-n.o (), in Moik IP e
lij.ln t.m t 1 (Udlilion to aiyiul ily oi i uiro, ucooru
fiia t" Die fi i'.nli'd plat thereof, wuh Ihnnppurten
anoia, lu ant hi) d.o purposuj and iidit i m of ald
Mortii0 H. hTAA InlAl 1,011.
nil.' ItllhAKIi I 1 1 1 11III1N. in uoou
Truloa.of tlio Culrq City I'roporty
,lll ,Jlly.lt,lK, lySl.dfd
Ii lii-roli)' kIpii lliat dafaidt liannt; ocoi rreil .nthx'
.7ii.,i iiiniii;., ,u me vouuiuoiii. oxpirvara m n c riam
mortpiKe or iloeU of truxt oxo.Mitc.1 l,y Ktlitard T.
Itom to H.nnilcl Stjuita Tnvlor and njiTiii I'urscn.
Trtntpca of llif Cairo City I'loporty, daled tha !Tdi dat
ofOftolicr, A. P. I HO, and rpcordi-d in the reionlor'
office, lu and for Aleimiilor county, In tho Stale of ill
lnoi, in look 1 of Deda, pui'o 13, Ac, anid morlogo
on deed of truit, t-onioyhitf, iiinuuK othrra, oU num.
Iiorcit thlrty"lx(S0) and thlrty-soven Vu in Uook
niinilKTI ccvi ntef ti (17i In the firnt nddil.jnto tlw
cilv of f'airo, In said rounly and Shite.
tlipuiiiIoriiicd, anid trnntora will onFrliln),
tho 13th dft) of Atiuiut no.xt, A, I). If nt 10 o'clork
in tho forenoon ofthatdity, unlor ntnl l.y virtue of th.'
iHiiicrotcnlcroiilalni'il In raid mottxngo, xcll, nt pub
lie miction, tothe liltflipfthlddor. f..r rush, n' the of
lioo lmil(lilizoffl'ltriito(-, onmxrof WanhlnttonaV
ciiuunnillthattct,lnruidi ilr df Cairo, Alf x.in l
rounty nml Hufi of Itlinol. aafil lots nnm'irro I tlilrty
fix i ) and llilrtj-FPiin o'fT, In Mock niiinlrod aev
cnti.cn (17), in lh third addiluin to tild r ty nf la
nrronlln to tho roplnl plat thereof, mtli tlionf t jr
ti n ir, to tv(j thrtmriipMa and cunditirtiToi a
inartgfifo. ft. frrAATS TATI Ot,
TfUnleeaoflhaCBlrMf 'v Pr pfly
Haled, Cnro, 111., July aisl.lMT' ijil JiJ
iiXKCUTOIl'SSALE OP VALUABLK
Ah ItBAJi EdTA'Ui.
In purnaiH- of the prnr.stnniof the laf will nrxi
Inftnini-nt of I taker (lordoii, Into of ( ..pt ti ,o '
Jlo., dit-eaaoil, niop. of whali i ,1,. r, r f ,
th Iteror li rVofll.'.' "f Alexnnd. t i . n:, J' , , n
rril Umk "A A " pe Iwl. vU-.. llo' un icrn cnr i
exerntorof mud laal wift anl tiMtmiiiiii u dutlc for
avle. nt pntilii' auclio),at thf froiil iI.hii' 1 1 i , (,
liou". In the fity of Cairo, Alexin. I. r . om.ty, Jill
noia, on Monday, ilieMh day of Aiiciift ir x', nt tw
o'rloek p.m . that rahiahle lot, wlUi Urn liro tir
tor -ton- und . Iwi-Utnir thereon, .tiiuioi nTiimn'tr
atreel. Lntneen I'oplar xiid Waahhistoo i: .i'-, rnd
nwir tin' oouit huuaa, and kncniu mid il -i ' a . I ' .
thoreeonled plat i f .nd iity n ht No "i u.l' . , ,
I", In the nmt addition tn the city of fa, -o, li r
Kront its Ifti'iitlon, detnir within u nhort ilmtancit fie
the I'onrt hoiiae, till pniporty iadeeui" t niirir.. i-n-anv
in Hint rtuf tha city, Unit; ivl:ij ' .la: Ho t
bualuvM ii- fr rrldon''e piirje
Tonna. One-foiutheiiah, thelxilnnr- M l.rno'.li
wild nelo, Wring lnteiet, nrured l.y tru .r. kt I nti
the property. l'elHi fflvenon iliv .f ta.r. M'.
con.lni I. l I.) l . Wiu'lon
lftltd WILLIAM f. KA.NKr. E . .
STATE OP ILLINOIS,
Al.IlXANDKIt COI'NTV, S3!
lutliallrcuK Coutt of Alexander rounty. H. ptemV:
IIall. y!. irrrll.
John ft. Oinik Mid
.oiii' ta nercii) giu-u to )on, ti.tf - I J . u t
Cook, that a writ of tittaehtnixtt liu larn aur I r t (
tlio&4lii ofilork ufjht vlrvuit cuun m a 11
Count). ltllB nut of the (1J ft.ul. ) Ii . I
nimlnttthiuiof)Otn die wid J"hn.K t knnl
llnry A. Allium, for fm.r I. it Itei nnd
forty -f"ir ilo'inr- and lxty-fio itnln, dl
I petal to tin- alieritf oi i-m luti'v t
uuciit, whii-h aaM rit hiw he-ii r.-lo'iinl by rati
licrilti-xiviiti. hy lerymc the ft -Mron h t nuinlxr
oil fourteen (111 nnd fifteen (It), in 10 k liumbeir.l rlf
ty.n (,'ii i n die fity of Cairo, llluioi- n-i'.c c
of John ti,C'ok.
.Voir unle.Ti)ou, the aid John It foifeft ' t
oiinlly Imnrnf niar kforo tlictir it i'iur cf tftiil
iNiuuty on lhellrtiU) of the next t. im th. cor, tole
linlJen in tho city of t'uiru. lu aald i ouut), on t n tliirJ
Monday In tin' iiinitth ufik-pu-uibei ii. i,t .a
Imll and plead to wild action, ju l -in. i,r , r-, u.tJ
:iiiiiit you In favor of thu a.ild Juii,i tin., i
url) ailiwhcrl wild to atlfy tlmmim' it,
JOHN Q. ItAKMAV ( crl!
t'ntro. III.. July i, lani.
Allen. Weill, a- lutw pbilrrittl' Bttornrxa.
'"tTATE OF ILLINOIS'.
5 Ar.KXANurTJ.' C'or.Nxv, ss:
III tho Cin-uit Coutl of Alexander iv,u.'y. 1 1 """'
Iltn ler.cn M.Ht.l.n.j , A,taa,llmlI
J .1.11 I)..M..' J S"
Notice ! herehy yiv.-n lo you, th- I ' ' i i
tltat a a nt of attachment ha been ti.'.i . i
lire of the elerk of the em-no eourt . i
i ono i. . t thaamtof the aatd Itender-
iinilMU'"1 i tateof yot', the aid I I
All XT It
i I'u if
ooe nun.in-n and t. nty-eien .t .Unr
nlnecenta, lahle Inlere.i, dirreled to tin i e tl of
mm rouniy loexoi ni,., i, i, wri. , , t
turuoil by aald aher II i xe, ut .i, . ,. v u,,j t,t
pnijiert) of Mild Ihiiis.
.Now ihiIm-ion. th.' ). I John I'.i ,r t,
ly Im) and aiiur bvfuit the oirolill oouit of rani i-uilil
ly, on the flrat day of t It.- mil inn, t;.M' ,. I
hidden m thoeiiy niuairu, inealdroiiuly. on theth rJ
Monday in th niouth uftfvpMmbt i ii ;
Kill and plead to kaid lu llon. Jiidiinieii' iv , c -d
ut;aliit)oii in favorof the raid plu.iinit . ,i pre;
orty atta h I Mold to alify the aaui. mn. . o t.
JOIIX (.IIAIiMA.V, tltrlf
(kliro. III., Jul) juth. laM.
tleo. V )e..iuif, pramtllf 'a ailorio , .'iMlltw6
Tlio I.iitiiSuii iinrtrrlx' Ituvli u,
'I lie KtlliiKtmri; Ilrvleu,
'l'tiu IVealiiiltiNli'i- Itt-tli-u,
Tlio .i.rtli IlrllUli Itfxloit.
lllut'luiuiiil'H IMltiburX .llii(.illii'.
The i. I'lmie uf the tMdllia: 'an. u - an I lniu'K
uoad an- noa lutlburaaakle U .ill . ... i.
thi'DiM'liaa fully liiloriiHid ifMk reu .r.l i,. !,i
.. I l 3
t urn uay. iu Thmtai tin- i,
nuilamiMilvat Umriwr In (if) l(nt.u.
llr.t.u. II .
oaiiot oi itaa" wi o u
laud .it the heiel of Uto I
iat Of tl.L'
Solemn', IleiiMioii, ri an,
ivaiiiH lui ia .
. ) 1 1 1 kivo
i ui no!
, . iited u ii
.. i re niter.
whfttlt'rN irvrlhv . f 1I
tliolMeol (hex- H-'iien-rial)'
la .0 i,teat thai no 'ii'
tlaxl. Ttiei peri.Mli.-.i .
Ifiletiiy ltlie Kiwl.-li '
irMi-li iilaw.. ili.-m m iohi i,
Ti'i-iiis fur tstltf. r r
Anvoiiei I Hi, H. ,i. .. $ I U.
All) l" "f tlo I i. .. 7 t
Au three of il,i lUloow I Ml
AllluiU ol tl..' I:, i ) i
ltlMikuertHt'a nii.in.' 4 m
ImeKwoiMt and mi) on. I" - 7 u
lUa. ku. o.1 d i.i.v lv, U.-vi.'Wa. Ol
HUkiroo.l ui.l 'ii . K. 1 nyarav.. MU
llMM'kuood and . 11 It. lli'tVH , 15 11
A UIm-oiiuI of in, 'iil ..l ent. Mill Ik' i.l!'.-r tc
lulu, of four oi in .' p. i -, Utile, f.'
UUrkiooil, or f .v. "I (!, Rirle,':' ,
ono Mtdrvaa for 912 '
Atflpo uf dolium
United State. Ihtk,
'd p"'Pi) by th rpi .in-.
Tl.. jKi.iagw to uiy .
4 numoer l
appliet to i itrreui
fh putaK' ! d '.
uli. i )
I'ol Ue I. II .
Tcrmx ta .'en Sulm-rlbi-i'.s.
New libaeriheii to mil i.o of tho nl.e, y "r : I
f.iN for IWJ d. 1 .-until .i to iXH t'iv. . u: , u
of in. i'.m'i-tUiii ii- l"i i. Nia -i ,-. i ,1
till ' t Hi' Jri I'll' II. I"i INK Will 1,,'H
llbu'kllo.id uf ,111.1 I.i'' Di tin' four fl
SulMM-ribura mai , n m; h io emli
ioi ilw ll i it ii., ,ii Jvjiniuri.lv . 1
It '4 k
la. ami of Hlm-kii l' Mji'.ii.' 'i , '
IHH, to Ucvillb. IH. 'O Milt the . I'll i I tt,.1 l
'Noittter tu- -oi'itii-
i an Ih
t ' e
toelu'w, nor r t ., ,' ; o
nlloH'eJ. unles- i. . m m,
. I r tia.'li !
imlliHl tT" Ni.i.,. muni.-i ,ii iMiKirenloi Hit
Tito Lionnril droit I'liblUliliij; Co,
110 I ni.lru.-f, N. i ,k
v it n v. u h
' and toe
. royal . '
. '--. Price,
hy II' i
, J l'
pitlN'TlNO. OV ALL K1KD.S,
At tlio OMvi lhiHlhi,