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TUESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 1SG9.
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TBI) STATUS CI It WIT COL' JIT.
In tho United States Circuit Court at
Cincinnati, Inst week, la the c.iso of tho
United States vs. Dr. U. JJustin et. ul.,
whiskey dealerH.chargod with conspiring
to ik-fraud the United States, the indict
ment was lost or stolon from tlie Mies.
Tho loss wuh not dlHcovored until tho de
fendants wore to plead, and tho District
Attorney thereupon moved the Court to
older tho substitution of a certified copy
of tho indictment and that tho defen
dants bo required to plead. This motion
was opposed by Judge Bloan and General
Jieunott for tho defendanta. Tho Court
granted tho motion, holding that where
an Indictment was lost or destroyed tho
Court might properly order tho subsitu
tlon of a copy, ami the accused bo ir
ralgued and tried on hucIi copy.
Mr W J. Dudd flowed a contract on
UiOwUh of September, to build tho Lit
tle 11 ifk and Fort Smith railroad, and
left f- iturday on the Steamer Julia to
commence his laborers. For twenty
years the veteran builder has been layiny
tho Iron hand about the western world,
and in that time lini been connected
wltu the Ohio and Mississippi, tho
.Mi :: .r l'a-iue, the North Missouri, tho
KouLi l'.icthV, and lliu Iron Mountain
ro.il He has already sont six hundred
mci'iithe ground In Aikamm, and
with h n on Mie.Itillu go ninety sub-contra.
, n:il foremen to the number of
tw ' r iij "e.
PUSOKNT AND FACETIOUS.
Printers' Ink may bo black, but it
sheds more light than any other lumin
ary, however bright.
Tho bachelor's rcfralu a lus.il Tho
maiden's refrain ah men! Let them
no longer refrain.
A reason why n piano waH not saved
nt a ilro was because none of the fire
men could play on it.
There is to be a convention in Cincln-natl-a
convention of locomotive firemen.
Wo pray It won't bust up.
What twosca-sldo resorts does a sheep
walking lame remind you of! Rains
gait and Mar-gait.
If truth lies nt tho bottom of tho well
it surely hides Ibself there go that it may
provarlcate out of sight.
Making waist placea glad Putting
your arm around a pretty girl, llrlng
on all your waist places.
What celebrated work do tho Moun
tains of Vemcn resemble? The Arabian-Heights.
There are threo things that can by no
means li employed for evil humility,
contentment and liberality.
It Is strange that tho gold speculation
ANOTIIKIt FIENDISH OUTUAOK.
Tlie ft'enrlul litiinni of (lie I'nat Ilre-gnrried.
Within the past six mouths two negro
men have been summarily disposed of,
in the ncighborhop,d,ofraducah, for out
raging tho persons, in tho first case, of a
little white girl, rind iu tho last case, of
a white lady, a wife and mother. Iu the
face of tills swift and terrible retribution
a like crime has been committed in the
same neighborhood. The Patlucah
Ken tucklan,' of Saturday says :
Wo mentioned a day or two bIiico that
n. fnrrlhln outruuo wut nernctrotod by a
black fiend upon a respectable white
woman, near Mayfleld. Our attentive
Maylleld corrcsp6Udent Haslncc sent a
letter verifying the fact Tho negro,
who resided in tho neighborhood, de
manded money. The woman told him
hIio had none, ami lie threatened to kilt
her. She had no person with her except
two or three little children, and attempt
nil to make hor escane and screamed
loudly lor help. Tho negro carried her pointed a Superintendent cf Schools for
X&.T ftrAr K ' S't. " " aw no schools. To
the strtigglo and much of her hair torn j compensate him for his disappointment
out. After the outrage, tuo negro mane uio mug pays iiiesuperintoiident fej.ouu a
avallablo force of men,
children about the place.
measured 53 feet in length, and eomo 00
The Holmes County (Ohio) 'Farmer'
Fays: "A young gontlcman of this place
is to bo married to u beautiful young lady
on thosecond day of tho county fulr, on
horseback, in full view of the' thousands
who will bo thero assembled."
Tho Oxford-Harvard race has stimula
ted two South Carolina ladles of color to
a cotton-picking match. Ono picked
four hundred pounds during tho day;
the other four hundred and ono nnd a
half pounds, and took tho stake $5.
It DI NANCE NO. 67
Jlo it ord.uiiC'I liy the City Councilor ll... city of ( a n
Th.it the nl.uv of the M.rkttfnlo lmti i.u i
herein- l.i 11 J aI the rule nf olehiv-fhrei, iml .Ti.tmi..
dnllnr per month, nnd tlmt lie nihil tm )Md ui nut.
' it. fin i.ii't nun i.iir. IIM, 19...
Approod,;ii, t. v, isi..
or 1 1 iui
JOHN II. Olinitl.V. MrtV,,r
QUDINAACIiJ NO. 88.
U l nrJanicl l,y tho C.ty Council of ilia Ciiv iif
Cftlro ' '
ThM tlinn.ilnrvfir tho L'IIt .Mir.)
fnty-tlvc in;irx mi mouth, from BotitcmU'r 1, imw.
11 K't 'JOHN II. OHUIM.Y. Mvnr.
ItDINANCIO NO. 89.
Do It onlmneil ly tli City Couuoll of tho city of Cairo:
nrenn'. i. i nut it ntnll lw 11,0 ,iiy of tho V nm J
ITIlO lllLrri'ntii vklnn nf llin Krnnt nf I ,v 1 Ji . ; r wiuiui i.uy (rrAsurrr Anil vlty
mo aggregate vaiUO or lUO-CrOp OI 1 Co,ii.troller. in Jrstmy, ly burn'ni, Uuriucthowiclc
1803 In estimated by tho' ComialBMOd'ofs l?T.'.",,er1.3. 'T?'?'!1"? 'J?0 monthly jo.nt
. v..,f(i.vj. pme'-tlnK oftht? ( ity Couucil, Ml the cuncellml Cilv or.
, of Agrlculturo at $1,811,008,015. The corn dM,n.uii.icoiipoti..Mirittimin thhn'i r
crop was valued at JoOolS. iCO.tho wheat
crop at win, 183,710, the hay crop at $.151,-
tUl.lflO.uud thecottou cropatJSil.OOO.OOO.
Even Jn that bucolic JittleStato of Texas
they have got a King. Tho Illug haH Ap
his efcano and lias not yet been caught.
I in Is of iv lilulilv Conner color, with a
rougli appearance about the face and a
Tim wi I of (Jen. Hawlla.i hm been ad
mlltid to probate. He Ural biiiuenthn to
lib wire and children his house and lot
.situated at the houthwo.it ooriier of
'1 wcl ih aii'I A. ftreet.-, an equal helr., as tho caue of the heavy "blows" till
po ii inrils In ( lit yenue himI liolileti
j should derange business when there are , mouatache, and is rather thin vlmge'l.
i so many'that are willing to "bear" it. He has a smull foot. When lie k it ho
I Seme minis tors are forever hammer
ing doctrines; making plows with which
j they do not work after they are made.
The oditrewi of a Western journal apol
oglzesfor the detention of her paper "be
cuU4u of the late arrival of an extra
wore a frock coat. Helmwti wife near
I.o-olacGviIle. in llullurd county. It is
supposed that he had come, or may come
AN AWFUL HURRICANE.
City, Wyoming Territory. T his son
Jnmi i lirudou Kuwlirin, he leaves his
To hU father and mother hi property
known as Itawllu.i homestead, iu tho
town of Guilford, Joe Duvlcis county,
illlnol-. On lib death the property to be
divUc.1 Into light portions, live to go to
Ills brother Lemuel, who U to batlsfy his
xisters Mary and Laura, and brother
Itobcrt, ami keep the place n a whole.
M. Frlgnet, an agent of tho Itotha
ehlld), Uexpected in Washington shortly.
M. Frlgnet comen here, It is stated, to
tender on the part of the famous bankers
a loan to any extent our government .
moy desire. This voluntary action on
the part of tho llotliohlldi is said to (
have been prompted by the di.-covery
that certulu Wermati capitalists wero
cuntcmplatlng oll'orlngour government
alja.iatfour per cent. M. Frlgnet Is
i-aid to be authorized to make the tame
A VPk-burg gentlemmi wai found In
Jiclg'.'.-'r's chicken cowp, with the head
of a p ilM sticking out ut a hole in ills
t II hat. On being asked how the feath
ered hongster got there, ho Kild "tho
hlahted thing must htivo erawlod up my
trow ers leg." He was reprimanded
with a boot.
As A lady In Franklin county, Indi
ana, eighty-live years old, was attempt
ing to remove a box of honey from a j
hive on Friday last, bhewas stung near
the temple by a bee, and died in less
than ten minutes.
Six daughters of violent "administra
tion men" In Iowa, have run oil" with
niggers, within six months. That Is ono
a mouth of such refreshing examples of
what Grant calls "perleot equality."
who ih cuitm.tr?
The Now York 'Herald' answers thus:
t'orbln, the sleek, quiet Methodist, has
attained wide notoriety through the gold
cornering operation, and his alleged con
SSKi" wltilflsknia aould in that bu
hlness. Now people aro nuking, who is
Corl In? They hear ho Is tho brother-in-law
of General Grant-that is, ho mnr
ried the Genoral'sslster a short time ago
and this seems to be tho capital upon
which ho operated. Hut, they ask, yhero
.11,1 1,1.1 man ftOlllO from .lllil Wllttt lirO
An anxjous inquirer wishes to know if
tho recent "strikes" last summer were
Tho laws of natural philosophy are in
vlolable. You can t even pick up any
thing at auction unless it has beeu first
knocked down !
"I wish," said nn Irate lawyer, "you
would pay a little attention to what I
say." "I am," answered the witness,
"paying as little as I can."
A Western editor, In response to a sub.
scriber who grumbled that his paper was
intolerably damp, says, "That Is because
there is so much due on it."
Our cook, detected iu the net of giving
a Joint or two of cold meat through tho
railings to her ltobert, excused hersolfon
tho ground that they were "airy nothings."
Tho Dean of Itlpon is waging war
acaliist stained class windows in tho
KuglUh churches; but ItltualUU let him
Rln-on. confident that lie will have his
labor for his pane.
"My son," bald a man of doubtful mor
ale, puttiug ills hand on the head
young urchin, "1 bellevo Satan has got
hold of you." "I believe so, too," the ur
Turkeyfoot, Pennsylvania, has changed
Its name to Confluence. It is situated at
. ...t.i i .
1110 commence ui uio luuKmuKueuyi
CasK-lmnn and Laurel Hill rivers
At u church collection for missions,
the preacher feelingly said, "My good
brethren, let me caution thoso of you
who put in buttons not to break oil" tho
eye. It spoils them for use."
Mis. Partington has beeu reading the
health oillcers' weekly reports, and
thinks "total" must be an awful malig
nant disease, since as many dlo of It as
of all the rest put together.
Since tho removal of the ponderous
IJIgelow, the New York 'Tlmei' is posi
tively becoming frisky, o. g.: "If the
Capital Is not removed, the Cabinet
ought to be, since It was 'of-all' last sum
mer." A DESTRUCTIVE STORM
Great Destruction oi Property Iu Jfow
Mitjn, IlornrH hiiU Ciilllu llcicrojrcil.
Dlsputchc3 from Sackvlllo, N. B., under
THE TOWS OF EASTPOKT, .MAINE, A
utii'.vr i.os.s or i.ii i: a.m i'KOit.iity
A terrible hurricane swept over Fast
port, Maine, lastTliursday.causIng great
loss of life and property. Vessels, wharvos,
stores and ilsh houses wero smashed to
atoms. Tho steamer Now York narrow
ly escaped loss with all on board. Sho
was driven ashore, and lost both anchors
and her rudder. Mauy merchants thero
lost all their property. Most of the llsh
lug vessels are in pieces.
Tweuty-soTeu vessels aro in ashore in
Rurnmey'a bay. Schooner ltlo was lost
in St. Andrew's bay with all on board.
A bark at New river was lost with all ou
hoard. 17 in number. Grand Metian Is
land was swept by the waves and all tho
wlers and smoke heuses lost, and Perry
loses heavily. Houses and jbarns were
A remarkable death occurred iu Piok
ens county, Ala., on!Sunday last. James
Hammonds died of congestion of tho
heart and artorle?. For ton hours before
lils death the pulsations of his arteries
ceased, but ho walked about during tho
time, guvo directions about his affairs to
his family and drank cod'eu au hour be
fore hi 4 death
A gentleman traveling In California
encountered a panther, of which he sub
sequently wrote as follows: "I looked
at him long enough to noto Ills brown
and glossy coat, his big, glaring eyes,
ills broad, well-developed muzzle, and
his capacious Jaw, when both of us left
tho spot, and, I nm pleased to add, in
Mark Twalu thus mourns ovor Adam's
grave: "Tho tomb of Adam! How
touching it was, hero iu tho laud of stran
gers, far away from homo, and friends,
and an wno cared mrme, m us to discov
er the grave of a blood relation. True,
a ulstmt one, nut still a relation. Tho
unerring instinct nf nature thrlllod.tho
recognition, 'ino fountain of my ill-
ihe utr l rrttiurcr. nl for that purpo.vj It lm!l bo tlm
lull of Ilia rai'l ( ommltti'e aii1 f j.innir.,lu m ...t
t tho City Tri'Htlrr' nfllfn. nt inm. I ,,.n.l.i
th lime r-cilliMl,of Hlif-iiorioil notlco 1ia!1 l bIt
on hy Mid tlty Tniwtr, or rmntioo Commilico.
l)iiplietttolitiof nil mi.-honUr.., I...n.inml ronnon,
Mwi-iryuifC th"; nuinhtT, date ami amount ofonuli,
ulinll ho lim'lo hynr unliTlho ilir, n.,n ..r.rv.ir .....
liuttco, oiieof tthivh llauliHll b.j iiiilu tho City
hu ftocoiiut". nml tho oilier nhnll Im r-pi.rt. I hy tho
Mid Commlttcololhf CityCourioil.toU Hied with the
vnj iu i ny i ierK i uii. e.
ni.c. t. unniiiw urn duty r Urn flty Clerk to
hato ptcirrt under the hre lion of the K.nnnco
( ominitt. e, k t U In ! .hII.mI s..,. u Jtegixl, r o. I,
InwhiClmhiill i rnilerod fr-in tho murum of tlm
tulnof lliK si hiiUnlu, th mimur. IU-. nm mil,
tnl name of th (mrtr lo Imm ipuet,i f nil ( r pH
rued from thi-lUti-iif 'h UirnliiK fh ri.r.iM of
im; i-iij in ibw, Knr nm enr in in Ui t.ii-rnl
KTlJi rclter, hIih'Ii hut nuned regular hnll Im di.
United i S t P. nub r N. s. 'l,t h:ii. I nmnrn
C'oliilntttee lmll lOinp ire ih repiru herrtofuri' in , lo
hy nny committee of IIim de-irti -imii nf uny ity nr
lien with Mil in ! m, nn I l.ll .nlir up., n.ilrf
hortp n-KiHicr n inm rRliitii opHi.itH eli nr lcr, of
th ilftte if it Ii ifti..ti..ti. aihI in all fiilurti Ihihiiiiuii.
the ute of rt.-MrtliMinn Blmlt Im fi.d r.'il in the m rit
rei?iter opp.,iU m pi.tr of em-li orler, nnd in the
I4IUU iiook, oprito the ntitry of p.m h lMindir ou-l,0-
. "i.ti w trie umy or aki piuiin- a t Jin
tniltee, ut llieiitu nf otudi h'irnilii: of order, lit t x
will ne the nmririn or i.ul of the K-riti Imoki, in tlie
City Clf rU'n titliee, nnd u-eerluln by ililureut inquiry,
nnd reHrl lo the City ij.hiiiciI whether the i lty orderii
nv ik'oii uenerei loirm tuirtie- rntitlel to rere.T,
ttiem. nnd nlt'-lher. limui lnliSiorif n, lhcnriluianre
of theiily Imii Iwen -trlelly pntnpiieil witlijand.
wnere, niter .i iei. tmi.ie 'im., ord M lnie nol iwi-n
delivred to pirtici riitititil to reeelro them, It thsll
ii! ui- uuiy oi iiiii-HHi ni)ttii.ei;ommilti.e in iicxiroy
the orders. r tortina a Imt of the niktne lo flip fit?
Council, nii-1 in irkmdti tm margin of tho rip iKtok
ineuaiu ui rii-i ni'iirui.iiin.
rrc 4. Tho Kimilta (iilnmltli.o nlmlt !. unil here.
ly nr, autlinr.ted 10 etnplsy nnoniieti)nt rlerk to :u
Mt them In tiiu dilUen iltulved ou them by tills or-
inunurn v, an 1 10 pny nun a ri'niiui.u t'onipenxaiion
for hl aerro f .
ocll IOt JOHN H. OIIK.III.Y, Mayor.
ialailcctlon was stirred to its nrofound-
: . ' ---- - i uaiuu iut.il tutu i ritttu 4 y tu luiuuivuuuo
-1 loaned upon a pillar and
.US',Hllb tlliftll . ti;nt IHVi ..w . j . v UUrSt llltt
burst Into tear.'. I deemed it no shatno
cutter Mosswood was uisaoied ai me ue- , , i,ttve went over tlm uravo ol mv noor eflrt luiiiitionu
ginning of the storm and y
no assistance. All tho smoke houses arc t fllicur Ilt my enntlon closo this volume whw. iiK ri.i'.
U hercAi. John Antrim, anil liltw fe. Kliia.hr thoir
leod of tr nt, ilut.ij Jutio2Jth, 1107, mid recordud In
tho llecorder n ofllco of Aloxutuler county, lllloolf,
dldoontey to the iiuilcrniiin.'d, John ll. llerman, a
Irtlhlve, tho follow un dejriUtd tent estate, aituata
in lliu city of Citiro, lu mini uotiuty of Ale vun ler, aud
Stale of Illinois, to.wtt i LoU numbered Ul, -1 and
13, froiitliu"'' fel on I'onlar itreet, and running tiack
ft In depth in tiliK'k ! and lot uml ui Mock
4, in the Aral addition lo aaldoity, aud lot i , In
ui hip irenmi nuuiiiuu, anil iui iiunii w.
down, imraeuse quaniiiiv.' ' ,lur?' Tor ,,L' win H1'1 "tt,c to l,,s tiwt0 Iu
linrrlni-nml oil aro lost. 'I he lost can not i....... ii i. .....
be Ih than 0d,000. A large part of the , mi. J" Nobfe old man-he did not 11
town is a perfect u reck. tone his child. Aud r-I-I alas, did
i woresioeius o ; ; I not llvo to sco him. Weighed down
they were on the beach at ten o clock, ... Borrow aml .luannorntmunt. ho
. , and that there was but ono uuai ao, ,,Ie(, ,)llforo , was bort jJut et try
0f a wuicii ws e'K'" v"P i...." .. ,Ti and bear It with fortitude. Let us trust
A ). .1. . Mat. I , .. lliait J.ta
nnteuedents? In some respects no in i unto oi uio iu msium, o
IllS aiHtllH.Ilk" " ,. V,..,. .1 l .gl.i nnn WIIM vlsltl'll llV a
null as riffiv mo iiu uik ii is iik i" "" , " : , , , ,
.. I...... Itl I
r in, Hiimu i v iiu wi i
i wiandrurltantype-tho typo of which , tremendous gaio ami uio mgneai uu
fco iKlou" 15.iri.uui isa representative, over known. The marshes were com
Tho u?'?iVot lc uuwi V sen c ral ly to tho pub- pletely destroyetl. Thousands oi oils of
lie if Ui Wall stroot before, ho 'was hay wore completely destroyed mid thou
ut, jr " , , ir ia on niil mid nf putt l inn sheen drowned. Tho
Im iimi tl V :l"1 1 1 II L. lUtli a
li iliiwiiiiiitrv Hwent
away. 1 he Eastern Intension rullroat
track was torn up eight or ton miles, and
tho telegraph lines connecting with tho
viMn uml with Halifax obliterated.
V " - , ill
Aa fur us can lie ascertained tuo uuiu
(ita iivt'i wv-- ------ a . . .
mi.V. Virinrntor. mitl His bttllovcd he made dyKcs on the marihes are all goue, am
hlsnionoyorlaldtho foundation of Ms
fortune through lobbying. He was taken
. ... ....i ... Cl l.nlii. lit.- I iiln.
10 Yasniugioii uuiu ui. ww".- -j
nel Itonton, if wo mistake not, and
through Henton'slnllueiice, was appoint-
Sf.i".':...1" ".i. lammnirv In. 1 u-.tvn has caused irreiit destruction on the
IV . tlo an, " r?l,',,,1 ?!'
I B hi" pecii ar ta ent as lobby agent. Jnh.l. The tide rose o a great height,
W i le tills business In Washington he i carrying away ami destroying an Im
wis ab e to purchaLo that lino house Iu , menbo amount of property. Wharves
C'orco an's row, where John CMlreckln- 1 wero ru ned; ships and house, barns
rI?E ; 'ttlo swept away. The bridges of
r,lM 'i.l ; .1'?. i". i.u i,.iiriir,..l tin. Kuronenn and North Atuerioaii rnll-
hfl v Yrfwi V1T1 til lit coil te 11 1 av were destroyed. There have been
win. the amnio fortune ho had made In no through trains from bhodlao to
Washington, ho movod to Now Ycik and John since Mommy.
fhangedhlsbUbliiess hi lobbying to gold The amount oi dam
iMrncring operations, making his rela- ' In this smull parU 1 i n
' . ...iif, 1 !,i.r,,i a t ii... nuniiiil timntiiil ui oversl.000
llOU M IUI' llliiv,v.,v. ,.-w uii, mv v.. .....- - .
f or ti ls new business. Mr. Corbln, llko , coming iu ev.-iy hour show Ihe destruo
1 nr tho bhowmau lJarnuiu, hus go ue, tlon to Dave men inei.pie.ni
. . .1 1 .M. . i 1.1.. . 1.. ...i.
pr bany, mo loimiu ui n ioj.o in
nue-tioiiuMo operatloiiM. j(ki them, ho
nv It eomiuir lliov lieu. oui. one leu
among tho rooks, to wiucn no ciunir,
tho wave going over him. It ran l'Jo
feet above high water man:, anu in nireo
minutes after thero were no traces of It.
AN IMI'KUIAI. MOKMOS.
Tim Kmnuror of China is fifteen years
old, and Is to bo married this year, with
1 I. I.I. n.i.l nlil.-.'
immense pomp, 10 mo ma ni mi
1.1 . . ....... IT.. ...Ill i,n almilltn
wne, ma iiuijius-i. ii ..in "v , , , ,
neously provided with second and third
wives; and from all parts of the empire
victims' aro being collected to swell tho
list of his hurem. Kvery Tartar family,
wo bellevo, is obliged lo coutriuuio us
quota. Local selections are urst mane,
I . . . . ...II, .1.1.. tl.lwi...
and tno noiocausi isseui wkbiu, . unu
a fresh seleotlou takes place, aud a
"chosen" number are conuemnou 10 u
lifedong seclusion. They aro not allow
ed to see tneir relations; may never aeo
their lord and master, and lu the event
of his death thoy aro still condemned to
perpetual Insolation and celibacy.
There aro seven hundred .Baptist
churches in Missouri, but tho 'Central
lluptlst' says that thero are uot moro
lliun two dozen thot have worship every
r3'everal venerable ladles were anxious
ly expecting a tidal wavo of ; earth
quake yesterday. One had her pear
trees tied to extra stakes to prevent their
being thrown down.
Interesting experiments as to the re
lative merits of light and heavy deep sea
cubles are to bo tried by tho company
which proposes shortly to lay tho Ilea
A temperanco lecturer has .started from
Kansas with the declared intention of
walking to Augusta, Me., arfU deliver
Iiu lecture oil temperance every even
ing while mi his way. j
Josephik'nuett, of Holderueis?, X. H.,
a iiiarrludmaii of over a hatf i ntury's
smmllile,', has uever hatl a stovo iu his
limine. All cooking has been done In an
oltl fashioned oven or at the fire-place.
At a negro hall in 0110 end of a camp
that lie U better oil' where ho is. Lot us
take comfort iu the thought that his
loa Is our eternal gain.
An irritable customer, who bargains
much but buys little, is productive of
w. sTitvm.N ' " Tii1ilr
gTHATTO.N'l A BIRD,
Siieco.-.or ta&tratton, Ilii'Inon L Clariv),
(Jrocers nnd Coiiiuilsslon Slercluuts,
Aniorlcmi I'ouder Co., mill Miiniifacluri
AkTelltn fur Cotton Tarun,
.. .17 Olilo lrtit-e, Cairo, III.
John Antrim, vi.it. nn the
Ith day of July. Im.'. lr lire.l n leiukrupl hy Ihe
iuatrict t-'onrt of uio rnite.i ytNieifur ihn Knntern
Mulrletof .Mimourl; nnd where.u, tlieun j. r-iu. d,
D.iniol 'J. Vounir, It now tho ole nwlneo of tho cj
t;itd nfy.tld biiiii.ruit i nnd wheieui, 4ld deed wt
ma'le to secure one J.ilm K. Cook in the pu t ia nt of i
reru n note m euntileed ile-crlt-d , and Hie cm I
Herman did hi tetofnreniheitii"- uvl el nn l r pf r
ly, nnd hy dee I datfd Aiiuii't 11. I", eoni !.
iim lo Mid John K. Cook ; nnd uherona the enU
I'. H. Court, upon the iiitiou of the mi.l a'inre.
did at nanln aid ilff, nnd ihsdnni thw ain lo b
null imii rout , nnd wher.-.., the Od Omit did fur
titer order lint ami Jil.ui, lleriiin. mi. trutiw
111 thedeed of lru-1 nlmto 1 1. nli..ni d, j'nn wilh III
r.i d Dotel C. Y nimt. hmuh iiiii niijti ..f f
rUto of .nd Imnkrupt,. in x ile of the n're Jo
fcrtlol 'property on the term ami condition of '
deod of tru-t.
Now, therefore. 111 pur-n.i. e nfltn- lmt.i or If
and the prntUloiK oftheii.tnl led oflrut,M the
undermined tr i.t. e, h.i lii ii'. , will, oiii.in 1:;
day of .NiiTttnlvr, 1, Ulween the hour of Jo'U'k k
a.m. nnd S p.m. of Hint .!..), at Uio ( mt lem-e :iiU.
ro. In the i i'iinty .f Aleiiiiider, nnd ttulo ut Illinois
fell nt ptiUlu Vcudlir, In- e.nh, tho n'love deerlbed
properly. JOHN (i. JIHIIMA.N, Trustio.
o'atil HAN'1. C. VOI'.Vi:. A.iimee
LLINOIS CKNTUAL ltAlLUOAl).
Quickest ltmite from (lie South
riuiklin County, Tllhioi.-is
;;ii m mv ,'mo i
iit ji .
.v. r. uui'n'i
The next wliu of ihia ImtituU will eotnmtnuo on
Dim Pol III it MONDAY Ok' NoVUMUEU, V5, and
cimtua.v fur a ttirm of fooriueu ncek5.
Tt 1TIiN of the enlor, per "onion, thirty dollar
oiuh: inr llwiuuum. m wily iIuIIum eai-n. oiuurnu
of filtering IfOtU claJs t
i' Utah, without ;
rthe senior Cl.tn.
time, if t ivy umii, wiinoui any nuuuiauai
HI. Louhi l.out.vllle, Cincinnati, Chicago,
.tr Yurk, llo.lon;
ALL POIS'K HAST AND NOlim.
rans r traiua iirrivu at au 1 li ato Cairo nt f
Ar.i!ivi:-aiat a. .ti.....
UKl'AllT-'Jl'iO A. ."I.. ..
.11.10 I. M.
. iioo i. .n.
Kneirelim will rVltA oheo OTcrday', Imdin addi
uti lo iiAturo.iUsliV'eU w. It ho delivered tcforo
lieiluirly31rUK III IT, Upon iutn urwiunes in
Uoth trnl tn eiunect at CentralU itli traimoii tlm
At 1'uaa. Divatur. Illwom'ticton, W l'i'o. U -ill
Mendotn, rreeport, OaJen. l.'ubu.pit ,
and nil I'liiiU lu
Illlitula, Icnva, Mltiae.oln, Mlanourl !
An 1 null Imea running liit and Weal tT
the l-iw w.ll lien adtunvo the tuilnU In thoir
A Uwlll'tary utiJ rtwilnw room will be open at all
tuneiti. iluUyiilJ, fieoot i luwge. v. .
. tn'u tV purf y ill Im IikIJ two days in' ea.'li mouth.
OiriOlflnt,vJlh further liifonnat't: iy be oh-'1
lameo ny iiuurorsiiij; mw fv v
(I a m ago Is incalculable.
Iniio tno lo.s is e
meeting, at Navasota, Texas, oiiesuVa-1 rniNEHY AND FACYfOOvua
nan nut a buck-shot through tho stomach , lYi. '
..r ,i....(iu.r. which so Interfered with his
ingestion that he passed hi his chip.
. ..nriiii- old salt remonstrated with a
tlinatetl at over Sl.WiO.OOO ThoaeeouniH uolurr the other nay lorspoauing oi
P.vci'vlliiir,- I-VpsIi nml .Voir.
iim maebed the noltit of Y '.iik. e lti ut
ile i or glirv, which, according to Nov.
lOngland etlilcs, Is "smartin . '
It la luiiiurked lio.-e that thW Is the
storm pr tl eted by l.leui Sax by. nf ihe
nival u w, hi-l Dee iuber The hugli-h
papers called at leiiiloii tt it lat .month,
giving tho ma -Jary warning.
ilia Miun.llng brabs." "Any lubber,"
ho lematked, "ought to kuow that tlm
hut 111 tlm thing wo take rouudlngs with."
IllOtip.tiring mo o - u.v ;-,'-,cauuuo.i.. I Walnut ,,rr
of tno Kenuebeo, recently, it took all the . a - ' -
M. .. Am... h i. jnt op. ne.1 a ireah ")"''iei.
Iv lashlonaWe HOl'k of UOlilieu, nM. uunuip,
ly ialii9iia' , .mlr.i and in iliO Imt 110
IHlUt UIWI lli n"V.n'"V:,tllln..,l,.rBll
. kite la OOllIlneill UI mi ami ;i .v ..
. .hii.lnuentiiu the city. 'llo laJIc are
nil other ox tiililulnu
IIIVIlll""U- , .,
She l-v ehir-, M
nnd ImN In ftyle
"i hiMamlruakeKorer Lonnett
Pfire on Tenth tree t,l)ttKceu
St. Louis, Siirlngllelil, J.oiils vlllt. Wiieln
llllll, IllUllllliipoiis aim tuiii...v.u
And t ChleeBO with MUhiCTtl Central,
CluroKO ll.lrouj fur
. " ' w.iiiN(rro.N oirv
MAO. Ml A KAI-L3,
KrthrHj8l mfcet,. aud inf.-nnin, Mly Ht .
HUv Camtwl lUilroad liepot. J0llNn.
IJaoerai Hiuser Apamt, C;ih"
XIX CKSiTl MV'' PuWu-Mlioo Cj . at tin:
l.een n au..'.'..-1'ul in lit"rur .
iu iti-ti .iiMliiiji l.undroda of i-li. -
i ; i'i j i. 1 h i- l lit 1 V in . ' '
W l. I! . '.M-l' V C' 't