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,bWlbE: No. 13, Tenth Thornton'? Building,
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
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T.UE HALTlUly THE AXE AND
,SOREW. , i
Tho haltor, aid a Hfo oxtlngulidion
should bo abandoned. Our mndo of dis
patching nrimlnala condemned to death,
la one of tho four relics of burbarism yet
remaining with us, and prominent inon,
tho country over, havo commenced an
onslaught upon It not a moment too soon.
Tlio sctfno ut lliJ exlt-pullon of the
negro Roach, in St. Louis, tho other day,
wib Indlflcrlbably liorrlblo and revolting,
yet tho past has furnished and tho futuro
will furnish, Its counterpart u thousand
times. Tho weight of tho poor black
atrctched tho ropo until his toes touched
tho ground, (n which, coudition he re
mained uuUlho. was drawn, up by hand.
In this now situation' hid struggled and
convulsions were terrible, and continued
for tho npaco of twelve minutes neiirly
a quarter of mi hour! Parties prMont,
hocked hoyood endurance at the poor
tuau'tt struggles, caught hold of hU. feet
itnd suspended their weight thereon,
hoping to choko him to .death and ter
minate his agonies; but the more col
lected portion of tho crowd compelled
them to desist. At tho end of twenty
live minutes (ho .wretched creature's
hear' ceased heating, and then, and not
until then, wus tho demands of an out
raged law appeased.
Scotic. like this aro a disgrace to our
civilization. Yet while tho halter Is re
tained as our instrument of Uynl death,
they must bo of frequent occurrence.
yiillo man remains fulllblo they are
suro to occur, iiut with tho guillotine
or garroto tlieru can be no blundering,
no prolonged agonies, no death-struggles
protracted a quarter of an hour, nor
a quarter of a minute. Whon tho axe
falls, ofT comes tho head, and the od'entl
er of our laws Is l:i another world. When
tho screw is turned, the painful work U
ended In an instant a shudder and all is
over. Why shall wo not adopt one or
the other of these. The Hfo of tho crimi
nal is all tho law can exact. Why Inlllet
a torture, lu taking that life, that (ills us
with horror to contemplate? Wo are
not prepared to my that capital punish
mcnt should bo abolished, but we can
and dosay, that tho frequent and terrible
blunders inseparable from a iie of tho
halter, demand that wo abandon it for
the more humane garroto or guillotine.
Mlnuciota Is a fisherman's paradise.
A paper of that statu tells a story of two
brothers who kct'n net, nndatono hau
cpturcd two hundred (Isli, tho smallest
weighing eight pounds and tho largest
twelve, tho average over tell, mo.it of
thorn being trout.
A physician in Wisconsin has di&oov
ered means to avoid death from the bltu
ofnmaddog. To cure hydrophobia, hu
prescribes death ! A short time ago, hq
had two patients, u little boy and girl,
who. had boon btten"hya ,dog supposed
to bo mad. I Tho boy this sago physician
bled to death; the girl ho smothered with.
pillows. It is not known whether ho has
applied for a patent upon his discovery
yet or n ot.
Wo aro pleased to note that tho con
servatives of tho Mobile District ljavo,
nominated Col. Maun, proprietor .of tlm
Mobile 'Register' for Congress. Ho Is an
enterprising talented gentleman, awaku
to tho Interests of tho beautiful city in
which ho resides; as well ns to tlm
interests of tho ,?outh, ,and wo have no
doubt that ho will bo oloctcd by au over
whelming mojorlty. ,01d Virginia has
, led oil" in tho right dlreotlon, and all of
her Southern shitc.rwijl follow.
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Tho Democrats In tho Ml. Vernon Dis
trlet havo dbnon good thing. They nave
resolved to let tho party say at tho ballot
box who they want to represent thorn in
tho Constitutional Convention. Qou.
Anderson and Col, Casey aro stumping
tho District, and tho man who gots the
most votes will, vqry properly, bo the
Delegate Th,o, ran k and lllo will Jmvo
n yoico In tho. matter, aud tl)o occupation
'ofthrfbld'plpCfifayers will, bo gone.
It Is iajd,thata luunber of recruits for
tbo.Otilian array aro &bout;to bring units
'ftgnititftlivyantaj'.to recover tho thirty
, dollar permputb, ii gold, ottered by
thorn at the tlmo of onlistmont, Tho
Junta appear to rofuso to pay any ex
cept those w.bo ' enlisted at tholr own
headquarters. Tho recruits will, ulso,
sue for tho $500 bounty, In gold, ottered
them, and foi their clothes, &c, lost on
Tho Kecretary of tho Treasury! on
bolng questioned on tho subject, replied
that ho had no intoution at prcasuntof
soiling gold, and that ho did not expect
to soil any while tho promlum was at tho
present llguro. Tho Impression at tho
Treasury Is that It will go lowor. Tills
seems to bo founded on tho fact that
United States bouda havo ndvnticod in
Europe, lu consequonco of the favorable
oxhlbfts of Boutwoll'B financial manage
nuiiit, ami that by tho tlmo there- is a
demand for tho shipment of gold, tho
crops will bo ready to bring Into thu
77; FARM AND GARDEN.
Tho Dos Moines 'Register,' In speaking
of the crops, says:
Fortunately for the farmers of Iowa,
and fortunately for nil of us, tho wet sea
son that Is now upou us, hHs-oome.iua:
year when tho granaries of tho Stato .re
tain a liirger am6uut of last ye'ars'ctw
than over, before. Tho amount' of,old,'
wheat apd'pbrri in tho Statq Is lmmonj.
There la scarcely a farnSer svUVlfcf niit
ncrtrly hajf. of his last year's gralfVitlu
on hand.' Our prominent buyer' utitl1
shlpjicrs osllruate 'that not ono half of
thcsurplud of the crops of 18( mh xqI
come to makct. t
i'fic'ii 1 5'Q TO JI ATO Efl ,
It Is MAtcd that tho gardeners In
Frauco cut ofTtbo stem of tho toiriaib
plants down to tbd flMt cluster of fid Wrtd
tliosap Into thebtids below1 tho cluktor
which pushes ap 'vigorously, produclhg
another clustdr'of tlnwera. Whorl tbdso
aro visible, the branch to which thoy
belong is also topped down to the level;
and HiIhIh dono llvo times successively.
By this means tho plant becomes a stout
dwarf bush, not over eighteen inches in
lilglit. in order to prevent luem from
ratline over, sticks or strings uro stretch
ed horizontally along the rows, so as to
ueep the plants erect. Ia addition to
t ila,. all tile laterals that have no Uowers
whatsoover arc nipped od. In this way
the ripe sap Is directed Into tho fruit,
which acquired beauty, size "and excel
lence unattainable by other moans.
The American 'Agriculturist' says:
"Tho b'esb tiso to put coal ashes to Is to
make good garden-walks and carriage
ways with them. There is nothing bet
ter, if as good, for theso purposcn."
We suggest for a neat walk, to put a
sprinkling of clean uuud over tho ashes.
Tho New England 'Farmer, says:
"Those who read agricultural papers call
for articles written by practical farmers,
and It is encouraging to note tho steady
Increase of such articles in most of tho
papers In tho country. The change In
this respect has been very great within a
few years past"
Joseph Harris, in the American Agri
cultural Annual for 1&G9. inclines to the
opinion that Fall pigs on farms where
cattle uro laticneu in winter, aro better
thau Spring pigs, while thu Spring pigs,
ho thinks undoubtedly thy best wherv
the pigs havo to bo fed principally on
purchased or salable grain or food.
The peach crop of Michigan promises
well this season, and uoraay look forau
abundant croo from thu eastern shore.
Those who havo. visited the great
orcuarus nay inai mo prospects uro nat
tering and tile supply will be lurge.
TO QKT Itlli OH TJIK l'KX UVU.
Mr. Laudretl., tho distinguished pro
prletor of the greatest seed farm in the
world, gives tills modoof preserving peas
from the bug, which would oMierwho en
tor every gum:
This troublesome little Insect, which
deposits Its egg lu tho pea wlillo in the
nod, might bo oven moro mischievous
than it is, for by some wonderful pro
vision It is taught to avoid tho germ or
scat ol Hfo; and strange as It appears,
peas that arc nearly eaten to a shell, veg
etate with almost a'C much certainty,'
though not with equal vigor, us those
untouched. It would bo well, however.
if wo were rid of Its attentions, and a,
method seems within our reach. It is a
follows: So soon as tho peals dry enough
to harvest, lot it bo placed in a tiirht VM-
set and pulverized camphor at tho rato
of two ounces to tho bushel, or a table
spoonful of sulphuric ether to a similar
quantity, bo applied. In a few days, if
not hours, tho bugs will bo found sicken
ed and ultimately dead. If each person i
who saves peas would adopt the course
described, wo would soon rid ourclves
of a pestiferous Insect. .
ritWAKATIOX 01' WJUTKWASH.
Whitewash is ono of tho most valuaUfo
articles In the, world when properly,, ap
plied. It not only prevents tho decay of
woou, nut. cuuuuccs greatly tq (.Uoiiealth
fulness of all buildings, whether of wWoU
or stone. Out-bulldings and .fences,
when' not painted, should bo 'suppllcd
ouco or twlco u your with a good cyut of
wiiltowasn, wnioq should bo prepared In
tho following manner:
Tako ucleau water-1 lull t barrel or oth
er sultablw cask, and put into it half
busliei oi nine, biuuo it oy pouring wa
ter ovur It bolliuu hotaapd In sutlieiont
quantity to cover li Iwlnches deep, ai d
stir It uri&my mi mi rouguiy siacKeu.
When tho slackirii; has been thoroughly
oHeu ted, dlssoiva'lt ili' water, and add
two pounds or,aiHpiau of, ziuo uuu ono
of commoiTtwlq.tbW'i-lll cuuso tho
wash to hardattftd ipruyjent its crack
ing, whloh glvaaVap "unseemly appear
anco to tho work. "
If desirable, a beautiful cream color
may bo communicated to tho above
wash, by adding three pounds of yellow
ochre; or a, good pearl or lead cofor, by
tli6 addition of lamp, vide, dr Ivor
black. For fawn color, add four pounds
of umber, Turkish or American the lat
ter Is tho cheapest ono pound of Indian
red, nuo pound of common lamp-black.
This wash may bo applied with arcdDirimii
whitewash brush, and will bo found
much superior both lu appearance- and
durability to tho common whitewash,
OAIUU AND UlIK 1IAMIOAUv
From, the Jont-slirru Gaiutlc. 1 1
On Monday lost tho citizens of Cairo
voted $101)000 to Col. Alton, of tho Iron
Mountain It. It., who lu consideration.!)!'
this sum will have the cars running from
IJild'a J'oint, opposlto Cairo, to Charles
ton, wlroro It Intersects tho Iron M'Un
talu railroad, hv thu lint of October
next. Thlx Is a connecting link.with tho
Southern I'uulUo road, Thoy aro pushing
tho MlHialppl Hlver road from Mem
phis to Cairo, and tho Cairo and -St.
Louis railroad will bo under eonimet In
a few weeks. I In. rah for Cairo I Rno Is
bound to bo a railroad city
TBANSPIIHTATIO.V IN HIJI.K.
Krom llio New Orleans 'Bulletin.'
Tlia mrfctrAmnnt rf nrtllln m nrili n t ll lun
in bulk It irf hot Ilkoly to bo confined to
the transportation of grain. A cargo
of molaesos was recently taken from Cu-
responding with the carrying cupaclty of fl
lue vcBsei, anu mo iusuu appeura iu
have been entirely satisfactory. 'Ihero
mnu tin nnnnnrnini pllhnr iirnllmtltnrv to
tho voyage or at Its end; and tliero was
noanpreciapie ioss, enucr uy icrmuuuv
Inti r 1nlfnrrn . T la tint In Itn tliUlhtnd
that sugar Is uIho Busccptible of trauspor-
to tho elevator process; butwhethor with
sucli advantages as attend tho move
ment of grulu.bythla process remains
open to question and experiment. Yet
It would bo-difilcult to ostign any limits
In Hilr illrnnllfin. nn loner as
there la a sIuglo.cp,mmujlty Jjtll truna,
ported in packages under' tho old yp
lem, but to which the plan of bulk ship
ment may bd applied. Rico ntid Varl-i
ous other grains cn Ikj handled by the
elevator process, as well oh wheat; so
may beans and peas; so may cotl'ee; bo
mau ullillut ollliru L'ltllt if Glln!I frlllt.
J'osslbly tho time may como Wlien, by.'
reason of tho slmpllllcatlon and cheap-'
CUipgOl irqiKm iiiuiimes, rem uwiimi
will Iti a'ferbdt measure? cfaso, to be.
ginned and baled out at the. place bfltf
nrnilimilnn luit illl In lurtrn nnrt bo
convoyed lu bulk to Its place pf sale or
manu'uciuro. uui, periiups, uit uiuai.
signal chango lu modes of transporta
tion which is to.be wrought bylfaJur6vcd
appliances of commerce will bo seen lu
ttio movcmoiH o' liquid comraoimiw. n
Ihpomv to conceive the suustitutloti, in
Hlilfilric pnrtfocs of this descrlntluii. of
r tin rnrnc iiumn tor inc onuicss cuain m
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now hii.vi.L vi:miut 'ioui:i licit."
irnun the tJirlngfltlit 'Jflnrful '
Tho Bloomlngton 'Lcuder' has a good
artlclo on tho practice of some people who
aro permanently located In a city or
comity, to find fault with everything
uboutthwm. Says tho 'Leader:' "Thoy
llvo In a city, enjoy Its privileges and
benefits, uso Its sidewalks, Its schools Jus
churches, enjoy Its ,oclal advantages,
and in consideration of theso and many
miuir ihliiL's dlreetlvcontriuuteu by Int
el ty, they cinuuuully abune It. They
tlud fault with everything. Nothing
Milts theni. Now this, it Insists. Is no
way to build up a place." And It adds:
"Tho true secret, 11 there Is unv secret
about it, or the growth of any city pr
county is tho uamo given to It by those
mtin nimniiiui It If ulrttnifiihi )nur tllu
M iiu -
lutiablUiiiU of a place abusing It, it Is
nnur nnii.tirntritmii t fnrtlnim til sulllu 111
It. Tho truo lutcroit of every man in
JSIOomltlgloa la 10 euuuuiunu muvc uuu
worthy men, wueiuer uiejr unve moiie
or not, to settle umong us Their labor,
skill uud good society in worth money.
Do you want a city with a population of
thirty or forty thousand then stimu ato
ovory Iegltimato enterprise by giving It
all the irlendly aid lu your power. Cul
tivate a public spirit, uud, by kludneoa
and a generous symputhy, beget it lu
your neighbor. Skilled laborers in any
department of Industry should always
be welcomed and encouraged. If the
nuuplo woujd tako as much pains to ad
vertise the advantages and inducements
of their city as thoy do to vent their
spleen against sotuo potty annoyutico
which thoy might easily obviate, it they
tried, they would, lu many cases, add
largely to Its progress.
'Speak well of your fellowz-oltlzons,
and commend their good qualities. Talk
frequently undoncouragliigly ofyourcity
and neighborhood, of Its growth, Its
prospects, Its advantages, and, in short,
everything tbat may lu any way tend to
advance lis welfare. When you speak u
gdod word for It, do not otlset It by an
unfavorable comparison with another
place, which you most positively assort
to bo a tbcXlsuiid fold belter because you
caTne'from there. In Short, do not bo a
i.r.ii.vliluP llll lllllMv."l(l. Illl.'llllllllllll HllirlL
hi UU, MM V . w yw .... ....
7.I.1'1. 1.. ..nil n i.li.l.l.i.M l.l llltitrl' .VflBhlllll,
way, aud try to get his aud your friends
to visit your city, and If they like It, jo
"Flually. dear brethren, udvertlso your
nllv Komi I vimr nllv IlIltHTrl to Vdtir
friends aud acaualntaucfb-, From thorn
thdy wliriiriNVld Judge of the clmrucler
or Its pcopio, auu lorm a proiiy correei
idea of its business."
Wi. ( ),-, tT2i,lirl iivjifthnvi. thollL'h
II ...... ...I. ...- " . I ... 4J - -
jjpeclully Iniwuded for .Uloomlugtou, Is
equally, aim, pernupa, mutu iuimmnj
......II... I. In ti. nur own nllv' K I r i II 1 1 1 1 1 1
in luh or ohmulo croakers and dlsugreo-
. . - Al... .....Ilrt.tl.k- ...
llblO lOglOS, WHO muu nu:uiur miim lu
abuso ovorytuluis;iu tholr midst; who,
having no public .spirit thomselvcs, dc
'rillunce and d'oprecato that quality
win never U iiianlfesW Itself In their
utighbots; and who, by their Tllscour
agiug.tulkido moro to drlvo ttway popu
lation and prevent tho Investment of
capital thap all other causes combined.
Lot's have dotie with such unfavora
ble orltlclsms and comparisons, and
culllvulo what tho 'Leader' calls "an
amiable spirit," Lotus, lu any ovont,
not bo tho ones to give our city, u bad
name, but on all occasions vindicate Its
public Bpirit,-iiuil Insist upon tho oppor
tunities It oilers to labor aud capital, and
tho Inducements It presonts to thoso
seeking now homes. Explain Its manu
facturing fucllltlos In tho matter of fuel
uud water, and Its accessibility to all
markets. Point out Its educational ad
vantages; Its healthluliioss, its beauty;
and thousands of families would rapidly
bo added to its population, uud millions
of dollars would bo added toils wealth,
Wo cannot expect others to como
among us If wo continually show, by our
walk and conversation, that wo aro dls
ballsllcd with tho si.tuattoii.
Tho 'Journal's comments apply to
Ciiro qulto as forcibly as thoy .do to
Hp'rluglleld; and booauso thoy do so wo
adopt them uh our own. Ed. B.
MOIIKHX TK A KbM I W K ATI ON OP HOVl.
nouncothomsclvea believers 0f th,e Pyth
agorean dootrlno, that tho Ills of tho
lunartuil iiiMK nomos in oiuor iuurwu uuu
, . . ' ' ' . ... t
i . . i i ,
iea; mat luoHoui oia man, may at nis
flitttrlt intra nuunuulmi i;, ...t"
raped or any otlier species' of animal cre
ation. In suppor.t of their ,bellef thoy
ton. Uila story: ," , , ,
Alady llvjHglti-N'tfW York .liau cngii
ed to bo marripd to a votiug'goutleman
nr. h lilirli ,tinAt.. .. ..nf ii .., if
tho cugagbnient ii, happy oue tlmo.pass-.
ed on cards or tlio nuptial cefomouy,'
wero prepared-they had agreed to-spqud '
tho evening togethor tho appointed
hour urrlvcd, bith camp uqC Sadly
disappointed, hoajught;her couoli, buf!
not tb sleep. Soon, however, tho rays,
IflVt. t . I 1 ' l .7.-1.
i"vi iiuuiiv. juivupp uuqeuuu, was.
removed lu tho announpemoiit that shij
would never again co him ullvo. His
I. ..I.. I. ...I A I -I I.-
imj.jj uuu uvuu loiiuu ui sin eariy nour in
lllf ,virirll,irr nniii. ifis. I..f... I.. r...4MWl'
Park. After ivnrd she In company ..ivjtu
n vniinrv mm, lu1fiwl M', Anrl In' illn V.
.. u....a . I..HI.M, tun .M,. ,4,, ),UU ,
ternoon, and whllo' thcro oho, of tho
(locks of swans was .feeh apjirdaclilng
one of the ruic seats wlleru they wrc,
camo directly to IIiq bhIh iir thojudy.
laying Its head Iii her Jap ,.neaUc,d 'h,
closely an It we'll could, mijhlil'stUig .1 lit ,
delight of having found an" 'old, frlenil.,
Thcsequpl Li quickly to)d- Tl'iti lady rii-
ll...T t. 1,... I........ .... .1 m.l n... I .l.n, l.l.i
bntrll linrl mill lwir 1 ft,., r....... ll.lj
...111. -II . I. I u..u. ill. - r
pniiu, aim vvini mi mu naij lieUonet , ill
tlm n.mt rn.lilnir nttfin lu.r mind dlu
shuirl)eriieirup iiuU.refus.efj td ted ,'oveu,
mo one to wnom sue is engaged auu who
shared with her this, straqge 'adve.titurc.
Two weekly pa pora;aro published in the
Htllo town of HarrlsburgilriSallno louu
ty the 'Register' and tho 'Chronjclo,'
As neighboring, country weeklies -are,
wont to do, thoso two have waxed wroth
at each other. The 'Register' calls (ho
'Chronicle' man "a scab." TJic 'Chron
icle' man, not to be outdone, dul)8 the
'Rcgltter' man "a syphilitic nicer;" and"
under tho soubrlqueWof "ncabTand "ut
rcr" they "pitch Into" qach 6thcr wltfi
tho ferocity of enraged cats.
Tho EvaiisviJIe 'Courior' is, furuishiiig
its reader short biographical nkotches of
tho "solf-made business mon" of that
cily Judging from these sketches w
aro forced to conclude that a must ex
traordinary community of citizens uol-
looted In that portion of tho "pockot"
All of them aro men of unflagging
cm rgy, public spirited, honest, upright,
virtuous, religious, and, slugular, enough,
all of them commenced business on a
very small umouut of capital.
This Is a good "dodge," particularly If
tho editor of tho 'Courier' Is In need of
hut, new clothes uud "ull tfiom klud of
It Is not a little amusing to observe
tho masterly style lu which tho man of
tho Metropolis' Times' Haggelutcs his
neighbor of tho 'Promulgator.' The
'Promulgator' man still uppcars lu pub
lic places, but the mortifying conviction
that hp Is a "badly used, up man" Is
mostovideutly "grmwingon his damask
cheeks." His utter atmlhllation us a
uewspaper man is conceded, on all bides,
and Is preying deeply upon his mind.
Moan whllo tho 'Times' continues to ply
tho lash, sparing not "for thu child's
crying," and raanjfcly actltig upon tho
belief that It has tho appointed duty to
perform of lashing tho 'Promulgator1
mau "nuked through tho world.'' H's
"sMn & cp., '
1 W 1 1 1,1 .S.IM'3'G IlOOEIlJi,
OmO LKVKlif - - CAIRO. ilixoi$
Sl'tJAHS, COTPKKS, i'EAS, SVliUPS,, :
Molatim, Tobacco, Cigar, '
Fish, Caiullcs, ivooijcinynre, WIHow'Varo
TlrIiuIuv.C'IaM, Pttiiy 1flmv,
Coiieitt, riaUr-ian, Oiwpbunlir)
Olil Il)c, M'ouoiigiilicla mill Bourbou
. Hi . 1 II o ,
AlHikei'ixi counUDlty un'hwii; niniojeicoriirlijlo
(llOL ji of ... , , ,
I.IO.UORS, WIIlrflCfKS.I '.''is
'scotch Ajfi) 'inrr'.WMVi
l'ort, piaileli'a, ty!ii;rT nia CndtvKt f '
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J. MED .J- IMS CELEBRATED V"Jl EEL
Wu sill oxclusjuly (orCAsll, toviLiij) invito ho
va-iuifUtiuttou)iaii ajllpgfilwiiv , ,, ,- '.
trAXTJfin-AIfxandiTCoiiuiy Onlerp, at Wct.
YV and imy Pcrip ht loVenfi on Iho dollar, for ll
Linda of tiiimbcr and Ilmldern' Slutenals.
i.ini.i'lll I. 1
I , W. W TUOKMO..
iOll ItO'l ilm"oih'cero,rv" "iho .ecoiul "floor,
1 oier Miller & Mlller'acltitlilnc iitore, Ht rc.uonublu
(onus. Apply at Mlllef A JJ iller t inyS-lf
JjlOIl 15.T ThTeTcciiiiKoa on Kighth, MntU
and bixtct'iith alrvnt raniiceUvely,
)ylWif (IIUX.N AGlillEr.T.AIl'ya.
rrtOIl HAI.i:, CHKAI'tow Cottago and thrco
L1 lou, coruer Locust and Sixteenth alreetf .
mtrlCdtf OKEKN x (HM)Ultf , Attv.n
pitlNl'INO, OP A liL K1N.VS, ,
AtlkoOHlcor tho llulltlu,
OmcofUic Calny St. lioui Kilro,l Co., Lj
Cairn. (II Till v ll,t IM.'I
a mreun or mo dlleotoM nr UiU eompmiT wlll'M
hrh' ,?iT,'!,rd) nl 1U o:cloelc, . in., i
id the Piullieni Hot.'l. In Ihn cltr'of ,t. r.iml, Mo.
J,WH B.BI AATMTAYI.UII, ITCIUH-nt.
Drills mntt RrldeKmnm "
Inys fur Voting .Muii on llin interctlna relation
of Ilriilrgfoom to Bride, In t10 institution of Mairlago
a ru1Io lo ma!rlrrtfrtfnt follcllr, anil tmo ImpplneiiV.
Scut liy'mnil In ilil'l(rerpnrrtloif freo of clmrgp.
Addrm, 1I0WAIU) AHHOCIA1IO.V, liox V, Philivlcl
plilH, I'll. m)3liUw3m
i hirel)r civen lliit clrf.itilt having orcnrrcil In llio
pfrformiinci. nf Ihn comlltlons I'Xptpsscd In ncrrtnln
MfirlgaRo or l'oeil of Tniil oxcoulml Irjr Klwnnl T.
I!osi to Hsinnel ffAnN Tnylor mul K'fwln l'-irsnri,
TriiKlces of llio Cairo City Property, ilalcil tlm 16th
1st of April, A.H IMI, rrcnnlnl In tlio Itooonld'c
Olnoc, in nntl for Alcxnndpr county, In tho Stnt of
lllliiol", in Hook I' of I)oo,l,fli(e 167 A(",fti(l .Mortguxo
orl'coil i,fTrul rcnrcyliiK lots tiimilrcl S fllireej
nnd I tfimr). In Uock nuinlcriMl :i (three), in llib Unit
ii'ltlilloiitotliocltyofOtlro, in tl:o ald county and
Stuto, wu. tn' nnlrigned, said Trimtrc, will on
Friday, the IStli day of Aunut next, A. D., 18C9,
nt lu o'clock lu tlm forenoon of that day, under nail
uy Tiiiiio oi (iirimwiToi raioroninuirii 11, mm .'mil
mttoi 'ell, jit I'uOlle Auction, to tho hieluiit bidder,
for Coll, at thsotlieo imildiim of mild TruMren, uor
tier of Wahilietoii.veniionnd ltlti ntroi-t, In mud oily
of (.'aim, in Alexander county and btnte of llllnoln,
atd loth iiiiinlMTeil a (three) and I (four) In Mock mini
I red .i(thrcii) in the tirit addition tusaid city of U.iro
nrconlliiK to tint n-conled plat Ihornif, witli thonp.
puricnaiMo, loaaruiv me purpo uuu conuiuou oi
P, HTAATrt TAV1.01I,
Trustees f the I'niro t'tty 1'ropcrly.
Cairo, III., July tltt l,u-ltd.
Ii herei.y cueii llmtdefiillluivini(oceurrrl In (he
perforiiunenof tho cundiliou oxproaixl t'l n certain
ilortit'Kf or 1cihI of Trunt nxrrutrd l.y Cluirlra
choemiieierniid Audrew roptloHmiiiicleuiioiTy
lor and bUniu Vurimr, Trillion, nf tho Cairo City
lroiicrty, dated tfeptcmber llth, lfo. mid tcvoriled
In tlm Ufcordrr'a Ottk, innnd (or Aloxiindcr county,
undtitnteorilliiioii., in Hook I of Derdi, pao t,
all Mortpui or l'eedof'1'runt contcyiiiK lota nuin
Ixrcd 0 (sir) Riid 7 Iff ini) In ''lock niimU reit d ix),
In tho third ailditiou to thu city or Calm, in vald couli
ty and suite, wc, tho undersigned, kihI Triutee.", will
on I'uday, tlin lallrdn) of Anoint next, A. I)., 1M9,
at 10 o'clock In tho forenm n of llintifny, under tin I by
virtue of tlm power of i-alneontulned in nftJd MortKaio
ic.lt, At I'nblic Auetion, lo the hieheit bidder, for ca.ih,
at tho oftire hullrtiiic of Mid TruMeo.t, comer of ujh
liiWn Axciiuo and llh atrcel, In Mid city of Cairo,
iu Alexander county and rftntu or Illinois, anlit lots
numtercl 8(lxiHnd 7 (oeven) hi raid block number.
cdf)(xixlln said third addition lo a.ild city of Cairo
lucordinK to llio recorded plutthrreof, with thouppu;
toruuce, lo ratirfv the puri'o and condition nis:
MotlLKRr H. STAATS TAVI.Oir,
Trn.looH ft the Cairo City I'roperly.
Cairo. 111.. July'JUt, l-dld.
herelii'rlvi.ii ilmt def.Milt luvius occurrvil ill the
ptirformaiieo of thncoiiditlona exjircuxed in ii certain
.Mortiratfo or I'ecd nf Tnnl executed by Henry Hunker
tnS.iiiiuolbhutuTa)loraiid Kdmn I'arooua.Triialoea
of tho CAimCily l,rowrly, dated Aiix'lttilh, 160&, no J
recorded in tlm llceorder'n otHcc, In and fur Alexan
dercoimty, in the Mate of lll(nla, lu Hook l'of Ilroda
PRO ll, Mild Slorti;Ke or IhrvA of Triiat convevlnj
lota nilinliered 17 (,'enteen) ond 1H (eicliteen). In
block nuiiila-rixl 21 itveenly-one, in thu fourth addi
tion to the eily i,f Cmro. m aaid county and Stato, we
III lll)dTIKIlel, wild Trunteca, will
on Friday, the 17th day of AuKimt next, A. I)., ISO),
at 10 o'clock of Ilia forenoon of that day, under and by
virtue nf tin- power of mIo contained in raid MuiIhm
afll, nt Public Auction, to the liiKhent bidder, forlWi,
at the otllcu huildlnit or xanl Truiti-c, corner of Wiuh
lnton Avenue and IMh lrert, in nlil city of Clro,
in Alexander vouiiiy mid htatoof lllluola, aald loU
niimtiered 17 (feventroni and 1H (elshleen), In ald
block numUrcd -1 (twenty-one) In aaid Fourth aildl
tlnn tuaatd City ofUiiru, wconlinu to tho recorded
plat thercol uith the apptirtenancea, to latlafy tha
iiuriMnei nnd condition of eafil MortjtaKC;.
1 1 8. STAATH TAYI.0II,
Truileei Cairo Oily I'ropcrl) .
Cairo, III , July JI, isw-dtd, ,
la hoT' dy K'eu llwt default lmviu o4curre,l m the
perfornuuconftlieeoiidltloiii eniree,l ma certain
niotttiiSeori1'dertrutexevute.U,y Slaricet hr
lnir'loKiinneltailTa)loraJul Kdwm lMrnn, trilt
UMoflhoCalro tity I'roperty, dated tho Uthduyof
MaKh.A h. KM- 4ml rvfordM In Hie reeonlrt'i of
fliv.lnMHfbrAlcTiHidereounty. In thoHtateof 1 111
now, in Iwok K ol lculu, pko aw do, wUd nottaai!
or deed of tru't. coin cjlui; hd unibcrcd tineen lis),
ln'lloeliiiiinberiItvio(S,ln Iho arMrul ftd.llllou to
Urn vilv pfUlr, iii wud vountyimdaiato.
Wc'llie iindcrtlKni1-!. wld IruMcc. will on Vrldar,
thoi ulidyofA'iiiW!!'.-,-,!i':Ji l"
Jn the forenoon of ihnt Uy, under and hy virtue of tha
V)ftrr1ll, elmtnilKd lna4i,l uinittNXv. ell, at.,llb
loauel..u. to U'hiiilie l)ld,ler, for iy.h. ''5U',,"
tice building" of .il.Plrii.tee. corner of Uu.hlilKton
niemieWl Iflhatreet, In aald city of Cairo, in Alex
Snder cnimtv tuid Mc "f I ' lnol. Mild lot iUiilrJ
flftet-nin.). (nUtoktwalt In aid ieoond ad. Itlon to
"aid eityo f I uro. ar oi In to the recorded plat
thereof, ilh tho appnrt nana ', to uti.fy tlio pur-
i-- c """"f ,u U Tr Wtaylok,
Triwtccao th UlroCity 1'roperty.
luwd. Fain, in.. 1'd.viu ,la ly-JiiUii .
llieiei.Vi;i n thai ilrfnttU JiarhiR occurred In tho
prriornmiicuoi iiw ihiiiuh '.h,"j".....- v-.-rnottuwprdnxl
of triua executed liy John M (.yrua
.tnKimlielV(UM'lByl.'r wul Bdwtn HrtM, "'
Ol.lUOUliro Vi fetwvi "( ""! :
"lilNA. and recorded In llio rcrrtrijer olllco, In and
for'Alc.uiWriunti,-uitHehtuof lUinoia, InUwk
.IriUrWniiiUTns loll; t.uinbore'l "''rty.-Uf W) and
tnirtli.vo (J1. J uuinlKtro-1 IUo M, In in
frflrd jMhniiitliHcMtyof C.iiro. Iuk.iI.1 coun y and
,Httl(. UMIIII UU'iriIKlie, :uu.... ....... . .
oeioeKiiiiuc wren""" vi ....j, - --
i.,fii,i. ,,i,u..r ui' ui!e contained in mid murtcuite,
1 oi Illlll nil, iiiiuri n.io "J
.' -", r;:.f.rrr.ir ..r.i.i i.o.i.t i.i.Mnr rrruh.
ho highest bidder, for cash,
!at,u.plllcr iilldloKbt aaia truaieM.oortJirot ttwlw
if Cairo, In
bVred llutiN.f..ur (U and thlily-lho ("), u Wock llw
(5), lt.-ll.tf tlilnl ..dditio., to Hiihne. y o n.,
3), in iiio mini . ..... " .i-,,;,; .rtfli
,"" ' A. .i.i ..Mm... mi. i-onditioii of taw
m ' 7ETAAlWfAVI.lin,
Morl,ng. KOWIM'AIWONS, ,
" fin.kesof thCiUtoCity I'roui'rly.
''KdcUi tln. III.. July KM. b'. )il-d(d
la nere.'V K'. 1 ,Mtl '. ...i..A
ii. rr,iriuaim.- of ttiuLouilniojw i aiirraae.1 in terimn
IndilitaKeoVdeeUdf IiiihI oxeeuteil by h'want 1.
V,M rs.ii)iiir.Jta.iW Taylor and JvU'n
nr iie'ooev, rt. J'. ,' V,
otrU ., in mid for AU Xdijder oouu'y. m tho rita o oftl
uh. in iHiok 1 of Deed. i.s 1". , sM inortjrig
in o,.dil or Lruvr. eouvevuiM, ni.iuu , i.u.u
f "rod tlm 'V " i ffi W vea (jj). , block
nuinboro.lt.ontHli (IT) ill the first nddltlon (0 the
city of Cairo, m tald tu.ilit) uad. fute,
WrltlUMuidewlKiicd, a-nd vn.stee. wtl on FrWy.
iho tl h day of Aiuwtnoxl. A. 0. at IU o clock
tlioforcn," lOftliaUay, under and liy virtue of the
mw" Vof wlo contained in mM mortjpigo, .ell. at pnlH
I C (lUCt 011,110 ino i. .-.-.-.vi, ,v. v..,
lice bulldiiiK ofauid tnntcoi, coriit!f of WiwIiUwtoaaT
IU LUllllllU! 01 aU U I.IHW, v..,(. 1,1 nwi,ni."-,
cuuft 6d l"ui siren, in aald city ilf alro, In Alexdr
iiXtyiud State of tiling!.. low iiuiuborod thirty
li:9n4 thlrty-iieven (!17 . In block numbered .eV
cntcoii lU).i'lw HratoddiHoii.toaai l city of Culw,
nccorduus to llio iveorde-t pint tlied-. with tbopinw
tVnance,., trf.ftih.fy ll. riai .oud I ou.iitU laid
nat-i. lv ill JiilySbt.m yil-dW