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OFFICE: No.. 13 Tenth Stroot. Thorntorx'fe .Euildirt'j. .;'
Fill DAY 'EVENING. OCTOBER Jo. 1S6X
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
...II It r : '
co mi uption ever ywjikre.
Tli at President Grant-wan 'Involved In
the recent gold swiudlcii too an'itudutto
admit ot fltoiit denial. The mid anectaclo
of ft president fiollluy his ofllcea to tho
ltiKlicat bidder, or travellne; as a national
"dead heat'' from one end of tho land to
the other, BjieakB of IkiioLIo avarice In tho
man, but when a uenerou.i people re
member that tho uword of this offlclal
beifgar was BUcenHsfully raised In behalf
of the Union, they can ilud It In their
heartH to endure If they cannot forgive.
Hut when that same president disgraces
Uio ofllce and chair of Washington nd
Jcfrerson, by aiding tho corn allusion of
InfamouH crimes, ho deserve), and noth
lug can shield him from, general, public
denunciation aud scorn.
To appraclato president's Grant Infamy
go back only nine years, to tho flrt
term of president Lincoln, and Imagine
"Old Abo" aiding aud abetting .othen
In tho work of levying black mall, on
any clans of our cltizctiBl Tho mmd re
volte ut the mere thought of nuoh crime'
iu connection wltU the early 'atages of
Lincoln's administration. Hut had that
now lamented man attempted auch a
thing, an Indlgnantpcople, aroused to
fury, from Maine to California, would
have demanded his Impeachment and
prompt dismissal from ofllce He would
havo atood before tho world a felon, for
men to dlsplso and .boyn to hoot, the
L'nlon ovee- And yet, this la the hein
ous crlmo of Grautl
If there nre not breaker ahead, within
rtailofthc present administration, them
talk no more of tho deductibility of our
government. If a disregard of all con
stitutional restraint. If the moat foul
and unblushing corruption in high I
places; fraud and villainy in uflklal llfo
everywhere; the oppression of the poor,
confusion and misrule -If all this fall to
destroy tho republic, prate no more, It Is
the president as a tool.
It turn out that the main object of tho
Uto visit of Senator Wilson to Washing
ton was to sec tho President and get him
to stop the slaughter of the Hamilton
men In Texas and the Duiit men In Miss
issippi. Mr. Wilson's argument
was that tho turning nut of tho friends
of the opposition candidates would only
make capital for them und produce a
reaction In their favor Hen Hutler,
who camu close upon the hcols of WIN
or. heard of his operations, and htt
about to up.ct what he had done. He
told the President that tho only way
was to make the conservatives feel that I enty-two, was killed by the cars at I)u.
the administration was agaln?t them; buquo on Friday ovenlng. He had been
this would, strengthen the radicals and I drinking.
make them llghtmurc vigorously. There i Over 180,000 people have left Havana
was nothing to be gained by comproml- ( ttlneo the Cuban revolution began, und
sing. General V- S. Clarke, of Texas, there aresald to be 10,001 vacant houc.s
at whose Instanee most of the changes ! in that city.
have Uen made In that State, follows Governor Clafllu, of Massachusetts, has
up the argument of Butler ns ngulnst ori,.ruli un election In theSevciith Con
Wilson. Clarke U woll know n to Grant, jjroa!llo,mi District, to fill Secrotary Bout
having served with him In the army, Wells vacancy, on the of tho State elec
and tho ludlcatiotib uro that ho will take , (,uu
tho advice of isuuer ami Liar;e rauier
than that of Wilson. Tho letter of Gen
eral Reynolds to the President liai had
Its ellect, and there Is reason to bellevo
that ho will keep on turning out Hamil
ton men and putting radicals iu their
FATllEll 11YAC1STUE TO THE
WSJOP OE OtLE iy
Father Hyacinthe has been luvlted to
return to tho pastoral fold of Borne and
again refuses to submit to the disclplint
of tho Pope. From a correspondence
which has been published, it appears
that Monslgnor Dupauloup, Bishop of
Orleans, one of tho most clmpicnt and
able divines of the Galllolun church, ad
drcHsed a letter, couched In words of
oircctiouate admonltlou and mild re
proof, to tho ex-chaplain of Notro Dame
ndvlvlng him to hasten to the Holy City
and prosterato himself at tho feet of tho
Poiitlir, beseeching a foiglveness which
ho would bo certain to obtain Ifso sought.
Tho Pere replies to tho BMiop In words
of respect nud good feeling, declining to
pursue tho course which lie advb-e, and
rtafllrnilng his position iu tho remark
able words: "What you qualify as a
great fault committed, 1 call a great duly
accomplished." . . ,
In tho United State Supiemo Court on
Monday tho case of yerger,vwlio murder
ed Colonel Cnmo In Juoknon, Miss., and
was tried by a military eoinmteilon, and
whoFo counsel now applies for a habeas
rorptisto take him out of tho hands of
tho military, was direated to ho heard
on Friday, the argumt tit in twn-li only
.ti( ,n tho JurUdlc.ion of the Supremo
Coitrt dn tliu matter. ,nio,;o;ii.u of I ho
J x'iui murderer, wliieli IsMmllur, was
pntifinetl to await the decision In thtj
1 -if.Mi, lta.l iw tmm 1111 I
.1 be Nuw J).ai!hlon Is Jurt now oxpe
ih'ie'lng its pwriodleal alarm. 'I ho' vni
untfors have all been ordered out tindl'tit
undernriiM, the nhr bi in to ud 1
and peremptory that many of them wi.ib
dragged fiom their b ls. The uhiimi
.'u uluwu ' - ''i.i-1 by 1 ' ' ' '
ippviivn.-'lou f aii'it1 i r l'timn r '
and by tin tir f, n ' u i 'l i'io .
reftreuco to thollnriu i ulhilr
TUB ELECTIONS-CLOSE CONTENT.
According to -habit, wo have met tho
cnetivy'aljddro tliejr. Tho flglit In'dhlo
was a gallant one tho part of tho demo
cracy every Inch of ground being hotly
contested with tho enemy, many of ita
strongholds falling Into ourhauda. Haya
Is probably elected Governor, by a, ma
jority not'oxceedlng 3,000 or 4,000. Thia,
in a vote of noarly ahalf amilllon,al once
slleuoes the foojlah cry that "tho dem
ocratic party la dead." In the two great
States of Ohio aud Pennsylvania, tho
radical forces outnumber the democrats
only a few paltry thousand.
It is believed that tho democrats will
have a small majority on Joint ballot iu
tho Ohio Legislature; but this fact can
only be determined by the official count.
In a single year the radical mojorlty in
that State has been reduced nearly forly
thousand. It la almost too much to hopo
that the democracy have achieved ruoro
than this, and secured control of tho
General Assembly. Give tho rudicala
their Governor, give them the Lcgisla
turo by their one or two majority, and
yet, iu tho result there la nothing dis
heartening. It simply shows that for
tliBytfull awakening of the peoplo to the
dargcrs and nociaslttcs of tho, times, to
tho infamies and corruption of the ad
ministration, the democratic party must
'wait a little longer "
In Pennsylvania the contest between
Packer anil Geary was milte as closo as
that 1)0 twee n Pendleton and Hays.
Geary'H majority will not exceed 5,000
and, possibly, will fall as low as L',000.
From Iowa tho democracy expected
nothing asked nothing. They are,
therefore, not a whit disappointed.
Petersburg, Va., has gained 0,000 In
habitants sinco tho war, and now num
ber, thirty thousand.
David Fox died at Dubuque last week
from the effect of boll on his neck
uear tho spinal column.
The sales of the Union Pacific lauds for
September amount to over two hundred
und thirty thousand dollars.
More than $?5,000,000 worth of boots
and shoes will be manufactured iu mass
aehiiMitts tho present year.
There is a school teacher In one of tho
public ichools Iu Boston who has nerved
for over forty yeara.
The number of miles of railroad to be
. . i. . i.. r I.. .I..-!.... . ......
co,,sm,clu" "' "uur,u
two years is estimated at 1,621.
Martin Stand wlcli, an old man of sev-
The ladles of Baltimore havo under
taken the task of raising funds to errect
a building for tho Maryland Btatc Asyl
um for Inebriates, which waa chartered
by the Legislature nlno years.ago.
Amos Skuter, u well known realdent
of Kansas City, and a flno singer, waa Bl
atantly killed at tho Broadway Hotel,
rSumluy night by a stranger, who became
angry at his attentions to a lady. He
leaves a largo family.
The latcal report from General Dun
can, on the Republican river, couilrm
the previous reports of his success against
tho Indians. Tho quantity a'ud yaluo
of thu material captured is much greater
tuau was at tlrst reported.
A machinist belonging to tho Areual
of X-.' pies, has iuvouted an instrument,
which he culls uu Amismograph, which
indicates with precision tho velocity
with which a vessel Is traveling, the
changes iu tho dlruullon, and the duvlu
atlonof tho compass.
A man named Fox, in Memphis whllo
Intoxicated, made an assault on the con
ductor of tho train from Little Rock, last
Saturday. Tho latter was forced to kill
him luself-dofenco Ho surrendered him
self tn thu iiuthorlthw nud was uecquit
ted. The Iron-plated Moanicr Atlanta,
which was formerly In tho U. S. service,
was sold, at Xyw Yurk, a few days ago,
for 5100,1 00 ih 'gold, to the llaytlen gov
oriinixnt, fcjho Is soon to sail for Port
aii'Prlnce, where he will become nn nd
juncl oi tialituve'a army
Captain J. P. Gallagher, salesman hi
tho wholtuwle. dry gouds luui-o of Rice,
Siix&i'n. Meniphls, and a prominent
nieniiHM-of the Mi inplil-. ll.ut Club,- was
iliMu iiilriimilny uvouing, by hisoail boat
Oolllding wrli eual burgc. His body
Iiiik not lit'ifii ivuovored. "
An ICiiull li tlictiu t ehilnn to havo
dineovir -i a im tinul ty wliloli no can
iMinti-ri a liuiinii b dy Into solid stpuo
' Hit- ill l i,ju.y wl). tho neeci-lty of
' fetiiii i Vv'io.t Mnit to havo
ti. , it " i in i vst only have
i i i, i i It , inen iii'ii him into a
i and " i him up.'
Senator Wilson recently urged (ho
President to.suapeuu the political slaugh
tor o oonservailyo onice-huldorsln Tex
as aud Mississippi; but Hutler and Gen
eral Clark, hearing of his efforts In that
direction,- immediately urged the Presi
dent to continue the operations as the
beat thing for the parly. It is believed
that, backed by General Reynold's letter,
Butler and Clark have beaten Wilson.
The HeW York 'Nation,' a leading Rad
ical periodical, says that the phrase "cor
ruptionlsU" is now really used as tho
namo of a section of tho Republican
party, and dignifies that the persons
bearing it "belong to the bolder class of
politicians, who, as long aa they nre
aouud on tho 'great Issues,' really believe
themeelveH, entitled to whatever they
can mako la the party rank, and not to
be lightly spoken of."
Sunday, the funeral ceremonies of
Charles Syphax tookplaco at Arlington,
Va., attended by a large concourse of
both whlto and colored peoplo from
Georgetown, Washington and Alexan
dria. Mr. Syphax was aged 78 year. He
waa formerly a scrvent.In tho Custia fam
lly, and bo and, Ills children wrc freed
by tho will of the late George Washing
ton Park Custls.
Tho New York 'Star' gives the follow,
ing figures of the circulation of tho daily
papers of that city for.Saturday, Oct. 2d:
24,050; 'Times,' 21,0-12; 'World,' 12,040;
Express,' 0,710; 'Mall,' G,ri72; 'Post,'
7,&.r0; 'Commercial,' 0,251; 'Telogram,'
6,382; 'Press,' 6,187; 'Ik-public,' 705;
Brooklyn 'Kagle,' 9,100; 'Union,' 3,291;
'Times,' 2,185; 'Register,' 602; 'Star,'
Universal suffrage and universal am
nesty, freedom of speech and press
are tho leading features of the conserva
tive platform in Mississippi, and upon
which they expect to triumph.
THE LATE "ELECTIONS.
"A u;N(i)tAci:ri'i, i)nri:.T' in iuo
(from ll. st. I.ouU Iciiibi ..t.
Tho latest returns received beforo wo
went to press yesterday left it In doubt
whether Hayes or Pendleton had been
elected in Ohio, and gave r-carcely more
positive Information as to tho result In
Pennsylvania. But we havo no disposi
tion to shirk tho lessons which these to
turns may teach. To the people of thoo
States It Is a matter ofsomo consequence
whether, by a few votes ono way or thu
other, Republican or Democrats obtain
tho control. But in a national point of
vlow the fact that the Republicans have
not maintained their former majorities,
und must succeed, if they succeed ut all,
by a slondor margin, has all thcnlgnl
ficanco if not all the ellect of u defeat.
Of all tho Issues pending in tho elections
in these States, the most important w is
this, whether Ohio would vote for or
against tho ponding amendment. As
wo write, it is probable that tho Demo
crats have secured a majority in ono
branch of tho Legislature; which will
eufllce to prevent tho ratification of tho
Amendment by that State. If this be
truo, tho Republicans of that State havo
sull'ered a disgraceful dofeut, oven
though" they may havo elected Hayes
by a email majority. Tho fact that Mr.
Pendleton has come any whero near suc
cess iu Ohio Is Indeed a defeat in Itself.
Till'. COST OK A KINO.
They uro beginning to discuss. In Eu
rope, the question of the costliness of
monarchies. Somo statistic on this sub
Innt havo been lately complied, which
may possibly set people to thinking- His
holiness, the pope, who can only look
over the wnoio oi ins temporal nonun
ions from tho hall of St. PelerV, Is the
cheapest monarch of Km ope, and costs
only SliOO.OoO per minimi. Wtirtoniburg
spends 2u0,oou on nor august sovereign,
Denmark $-10,0 0, Xomay and Sweden
$100,000, Holland 4000,0'X), ai d Portugal
i0Go,000. Theso thrones are among tho
comparatively iuuiwii-ivu uaiauiitu-
mollis. Havana nuis np;wi. u iiiuhm h.u
llon for royalty, England pMV'.'es for her-
I 1 f..ivll . C-.l O'f! 1 lit ll-ii...
nil' en nnti ny,u ,,,u,,,j u JJ' "
I.... 1,.,.. .. ,.;, ,.rsn im
iiu maintains vun ui -
000, Italy charges her people for the new
monarchy the handsome sum of J,200,
OK), and Austria suH'ors for the support of
tho Hartburgs to tho extent of four mil
lions a year. These ureumong th mod
erately dear klngsfolk and imperial peo
ple When wo como to tho grand Turk,
who wants many sequins to Keep up h.'S
seraglios and harems, wo flml hint t ie.
ablv "lilu'h priced," SOuO.ino, being
Abdul Assix's allowance. Thu eniiuror
of tho French gets his $7,000,000 fur man
aitlnir the ull'ulrs of the cmpit T.tly,
the czar, who is tho most expulsive mgil
arolt to keep 'i' of "Hi S.5o0j000.
l'ukeii altogether tho sltler-- upon hum
peau throia's oost their subject about
forty mllloi)M of dollars a year for their
mero personal espense-. Perhupa ono of
these days It may be thought that tlioso
ottorinous expenditures can bo made to
better odvantugo than In tho empty
bhow of royal and Imperial state.
A miserable old bachelor who wouldn't
even marry on u breach of-pr.imlso suit,
8tys that ' It Is oulculatod that ono
emulo crvlng hard all night wl h a
broken-heart will weepjustono teaspoou.
ful of salt and rain water."
n . W ' i I , V .. I
dinning to acquire a nroner nnnronlntlnn
ui "(.oniii Jicounu Jvuuieuiltjlll, IB oo
of himself and his friends, as witness a
little remark, which, according to an ex
change, lie interjected in ono of his able
and eloquent tirayers tho othorday: "O
Lord I we ho abomlnato ourselves that wo
could aplt in our faces, and kick our
selves into belli"
Among the olcf laws 'and regulations
which formerly existed In Massachusetts
waa by law iu the town of Bcltuato that
one must notsmokoaplpein divine acr
vlco, but might bo permitted
to delay going to, church if, ho had a
chanco .o shoot an Indian.
A XE1V II0TKL TO BE OPENED.
Die hotel kept nt Mr. J. 11. GrrrnMd'a nlee. at
niriltillr, Mo., Hinoioned on th Uth intt. A hotel
h.14 U'on or Mion will lutoprnnl In thcsma nlrhbor
houtl nt Dr. Klf hi'd, vlire tho traullng pulilic will
reci-iTo goo i cu.rtuinuicnt.
J. 1), UI(hr.rr Ittl.w.
fCharlciton 'Courier' copy.) ort lilt
Ilv Tirmo of n writ of Trndltlflnl rxnnnu
to mo ilirectcd liytlio Orlc of the Circuit Court of Al
I'XMiiliTcotmlr, Inthebliito of Illinois, In faior of
J.imi H. iorn. WIHUtn W. Thornton, Chrlc W.
Kirlil, firm of .Morrx, Thornton h. Klf hi, nJ AgMnit
Chrle Thrupp, I will oiler for nalo tlm follonlncil'-
fcrii"i prnpcrJT, lo-win iim niunbrru eiK'Hf n
iukI nliH'tPrnfls und 19.1 in hlurk nuinbrrl twenty -four
(21), In the city of Citirn, Alcxnrnlrr county. Illi-
noi. iinpropc'lJ "'o mi'iiiOTiri iiiriipp.wnicn i
otter t public nlu at tho wf-torly door of tho
Court Homo, In the city nf Cairo, Alriui'ler county,
lllinoiK.on iiip mii nay oi .nxrniiiar, A. I', irw, in)'
iKct n tlic hour n of nine o'clock n-tn., anl nnniitt of
FM'Iil.iy, furia-h, tofitlify aiil writ of Tcnlitionl
' . LOl'IS II. mvi:ii.h,
fili'T.fl of Alexamkr couoty, Illinoi.
Cairo, Illinois, October U, !WJ ocllwit
BOAT STOKES, (JItOCEllIES AM) VllO
VISIONS, XIO Olaio
fILLCOX & fllBBS
Nllcut " Fatallr
IS THE BEST FOB FAMILY USE.
U'lll Htllrli, Hem, I'cll, Turk. Cord,
lllnil. llrald. Oullt niut lliubrolUcr
Itpiinf null v. It will, with tho KINK.-i'l'nrcdlc and
thrvuit, run frim lrf-n l wurlc cn the nnr.t Naln-ook,
r.irtlih.'.VK'fUiHcrilnthn'l (;ow1ii.Ih. with MJ
fli.tu-K if ririvlle. throail or tetmlon. It will me
cnaMH i-otto-i, llni-n, rHk ami twino. It run rauier
Until nml Hillcr tlmn any oilier inchiiip. It form, a
flat, nvrn inl Mtic cain.'lll!erlnir fmni ocry other
Plli.-h, crli loop Wine TWISTKI) by ineitn of
THi: "IlOTATINti IIOOK,''
anj .M.ns the tiii.t into tho thu-securely
r..i. i.mir iu. v -t.t. h. !" that lie ealu Mill lear to bo
rut at lie in ut lulertaN. nnd In Hut eaa uvni, the
all ciri utntan' es to "mrvue the aihtui'." Old,
Mni I wrr mien uui 111 rip .1 t.if, nii'i uii'ier
wurn out r.iinly irirmeni. imw.tn. p.iie. nree,
Ac, have lx -n ubimlled to uintinti.-. at K.lIllH
Mhere wss the (illKATK-SP UiMI'Kfl I'lO.V.an l to
ttllii nlltcli rviuijm imia Keen nwaruixi lor Its
iiicr'irlty, IHirnlilllly, Mnillclly and
A i.'t nted ilevn-e irecnti tlie tiooibllity of the
tiii -hine Ihiuc ruu in the ronn ilireetion, or lh
l.ihinee wheel erer we.irms ortom iiinsinc urns
Titr. nkhdm: cannot iik set wiiono.
TPl S evOIUtnir ine greui irisrue ui uihit mauuinc
Nil IIRK.MC1.VU or NEUDI.W,
The blade of the needlo Ii loan tliwi three-fourths
of an liu-h b'tiir. lyul is stralU.
THK HUMMKllAND l'KLLKIt CAN NEVE II 11ESET
Any ono liuy adjust tlicm IN THE PAIIK. The
hem may l'd imv width. . other hemmer or fel
.r is likvtlus. It turns thu hem ou thu riihi or un
It will not ilrop NtltoUcs, as Dm needle is
al set riijlit, tiio blaio short ntlstmli;hl, dues
nut vibrate, like- Iwiuer ones. They are
MNlT.f'TritKt WITH HATHEMATICAI. I'UE
CI310N. Hem e, vli part is inlerehanKcatilo and can 1 rev..
IvreiilMtnl nici.ool' iwuideut. It will lust n jjenera.
lion, if properly earcl fur. Nono who has used it
can f persundwl to usunny other.
Thu roiimliK'. eveimess, tlurttblllty and beauty of
WEUK NEVEIl EQL'ALEP.
IU nvl'fMTV. AlWOJ.UTK STILI.NEH.-;. .EASE
nv Mfiriii. imrrowress nnd nentnesa of It HKM
u;id KKLI.vrere never uriinclitil by any other
Thi l'ltE.-M utuv rsmlv prnnounre this the HiT
KMlhY ei;VlNti .MAC1UM. IN Tli K WOULD.
Whatever the merus of the oiherm.hlnes, It is no
I A.irVil"'. nt -V 'he Wd. -X A (lll.M Is rlh,
..rlimflvnsH,il..iiblolhutofany otker ever ottered
't'rUeid'tliefJolil Meirivlof the American In-st.ti.tti-ll.-
KIUr IT.EMIOI fi-r
Till: lilWT SEWI.Vi il WHINE,"
hi the ureal N'dw EugUiid Kmr the Venii"lit Ule
Kalr th reniu)liin atatt' Kmr I se Indiunuhtate
Kiilrtho Vii "UMii1tte Kirthe Jlichiumi r-'Ute
KMir--the lu. Hate I'.ur-.vul ut ott i roiuily
I i.rs throul'outtiia West-makinjrm .rel'ir.tPreiii
nuns than ere liken by ult other He mg M.whiiios
tu lh t In 'be mnu tune.
It Is now the (.real Leaillny l'aiiillvSeiii(;
ALL OVEIt THE WOULD-
:!r i m i )iin -. in ixelince.
OM.OofTov, mik. '1'wistnud MialibiM lor overy Mini
of ein Machine.
A-ei-i"Vimtetlr Tvruis A uti, doiwrilitivii
iniiiliraHd si.. vum ii- nf oi.., n-ut fur by mail, on
: : . t t . . ,
roeoipl of nUuip, or iu.1 of
. . isiI.ikqStroal, Cluouuo, Illlnoli.
, i. i., ws.li iuwi is' liswi Lnirmisis newiisTiinnl
ILLIXKRY AND FANCY (JOODS
I v e r .v t It 1 1 1 Kil r c s 1 1 and .Yew.
Mrs Aiiuk Lam l" J' Hnt ft frouli lld tri
Iv . .ionabll. ".H-k of lonnets, ImU. libera riW
P,,.ni., she is e..Hf.dBW or lu ral'ljiy to im luaell
all oHiere-tablishuwuls iu ttie oily. '1 lie la lies are
'jr'af-o' t-..tw. bl. l.. oml make, over boimets
ii l.ds In stjlo. bi.'WonTanthetreit,UriVreeu
WftvluuKton Awuue oatl Wiwt ttul
u.n full atiiets of worsuds. o.-l.'tf
Tho ' XIX CENTL'IIY" I'UUIWlWton t-a , m uimr ct
lon, hive licon so successful la liter ry mterpr'so
that they aro ditributlti hundreds of cholco ttandaid
vkojlm FIIEK to tho piirehaaerii of iho magoiine. Ask
or ntW. H, Rockwtll Co.'. el3viU
.rreaiiieni i-inney, mopuipit ornament
GET THIS BliST.
i - ...
uuv tiii; o.y4r .;sfiNK impiiovkd
0RI0DE GOLD WATCHES
Jtannfnclurcil by tho
OROIDE WATCH CO.
Thry areijll the bft mali, Huiitlnx Canes, finely
ChiMPtl; look nnil wear liko flue roM, nml aro rnuAl In
atipeorjnej-to thn UtnoM Hatches umially coatlnr
''"i:-"11 JclcU Lorera, Gent's nn.l Udien' liei
at Vln rnrli. '
n1V.i,,.M.F,II,:. V.XTH.K RUriNEII Solid
ii0i'iJ.I,J?li"(,'.;'u1" :inl1 JrwdfJ I.efrp,are
equal to 2W GoldAVatchc.i IteKUlate.l an.l OHaran.
iTi'ii it, keP c",r'til tro, ni war and not Urninb,
with Eilra Fine Ca.-en, at Siieaoh.
no MoBty U required In adraice. W
.'. 1P: Myhero within the UnlloiIStatea,
payable to gent on dellTerr.with the prlTilego to open
ami ciamloe beforo paid for, amlJf no aatlifactory
returned, by paTlnlhe Kiprem r.lmrrn. (loodi will
bo ent by mall h Ilegl.tered Package, prepaid, y
endlnccah In advance. r r i
WATCIIES FOItlOT, OH SKVKN J20 WATCIIEH KOH
CIIAIN,ofIaleit and mot conHy itylea, forLadiee
and Oentli-rnen, from 10 to 40 Inchea long, all.', H,
PS, ami (axAeii, rnt with watoliciat wholenaln nrlcea,
maio Kinn und rnxMif wakh required, and ordor oily
T1IK OIIOIDK WATCH CO.
Ill Kultoti Htrect, .New York.
octlJdA w 6 rn
gTBATTON it BIBD,
(Siicremort to Htratton, Hiidnon k. Clark),
Grocers and Commission Merehnuts.
AmerlcKti 1'ntidcr Co., nml Miuuiractarem
,., N"; I.!T c, I'nlru, III.
Wherein, John Antrim, nml liNwife, Klita,ly their
deed of trntt. d.ttcd Junf.Mth, IK07, and recorded Is
flm I1aaa..I.'. .. II ...
- IH...HIUI ! r wiiK-.T I., Ait-Aniiucr ctniniv, iiiinoir,
uiu luinrv iu in,, iiihiit'iciii'ii. joi in li. nrrman.
i', thu follnMins de.crlUrd rval estate, Kill
.llllAf rnl.n I.. -. I . I I I I . I
- - .iv r hiki luaai e llim IValil UIW f
4", In tliotlrit aldiliim to mldolty, and lot No. B, in
Woek No, t, ofthnieeoBd addition, nnd lots II and 19,
In bliH.'k M. of suiil itv.
And whereas, the -aid John Antrim, win, no the
JStli tlay nf Julv. sr., deelnred u lmn!.ri.t.t by the
District Court or tho I'lilteil Mates for the intern
District of Missouri, ami whereas, llinutidcrslKnud,
Daniel 'J. Vnunir, is iiuw the sole iissigneoof tho rv
tato of s.11'1 lwnKriiit i nnd uhensis, said deed was
made to secure one John K, Co .k in thu payment of
eertaln liotn III said deed descrllK-d; and the said
Herman did heretofureudtertmn mid sell s,tld proper,
ty, and by deed dated Auirust 14. ls&s, convey the
same to said John I'.. Cook ; nnd whereat the saU
U. H. Cuiiit, upon Un-iM'tition of tho sniit assignee,
did set asldn said deed, and tleelaro the Mills to bl
null nml void ; nml w hcreas, the said Court did fur
ther order that erud John (1 Herman, ns trustee
in the deed of trust nbovn mentioned, Join with the
sa d lUnlel C. Yoiinic. sole remaining nss.gnen of the
eitato of s.vid bankrupts, In a snlo of the alxiTi de
scribed 'property on tho terms and conditions of said
deod of trust.
Now, tliert fore, In pursuance of tho nhovo order
and the provision- of the said deed of trust, we, the
undersbined trustee, and assignee, wilt, on the Villi
day of November, lS'U, In-twceii thn hours of 9 o'clock
a.m. and & p.m. of I tint day, at thu Court house inCii
n In .....in.w i.f llAn...l... U . . t r.t lll...A.
sell at pllblli) vendue, fit- cinsh' thn tove descrlbej
JOHN U. HKIIMA.V, Trustee
IM.VI. Vill'.VK. Alirne.
lid 'uiie ii, ,., r. . .. 1 1. ... i . ;.' '
Aitti.e. .,r ...i ...... .
lli.irr.al f tl:t p .r'-..KP(, ,
ro J;, .t.m a- .V, f.ngUn
winwin.. I-.idea .J.maa tiuTkl"
.'- une l lieva am......
I . w Vork. U tlliis.it Uxtni'.
DV All N
H I'll.:' ml i .... k
id llj c,
will ho tra,,rr..l. mlhTheie ..
1-uHlleet.tu. .1, A i w V. rk. u..,l
0ar Oalli- 'j jalns i.f.Ve X. v fi.p 7
iirlo ii Dalit
ly Trains Leave I'lilln.l, . j,ia
lor .i w Yorl.-. ' tt
RDIXANCK -NO. SO.
lie Ii ordained by the City Cmineil of the city of Cairo
Pr.crini 1. Tint it shall be the duty of the I' nanrr
Committee together with the City Tten.iircr and lit'
Comptroller, to destiny, by humms, ilunnr H.e ween
linmediatsly preceding the resnlar m .uibly jc nt
meeting of the City ('nuueil, alt the ciinelle 1 City or
ilers, bonds niel iilpfus,nt thnttimo in the Inn Is of
tho City Tnusiirer.Hiid for Hint injr. e .1 s'. u. ba th
dull of the said I'oinriiiliee a-.i Cuinp.i : r I J meet
nt the City Tremurrr's olllee, at roiuc per.o I with,
the time weitled,nfwhi. lip.Mi.id note e 'ihII Ik '
en by said City Tr'-a-urer. nr I'ltuinee I'mnniitut'
Dupiicnte lists nf nil siichoriters, bonds nnd roenons
speuirj'ini! the nr.liller, ditealid ninoui.t nfeacll,
sliull Ih mnd by or under the direeivm f sn d Ccm
mitlce, one of w Inch list shall bo uitentn the Otj
Treasurer, ns a voueher to be use I in settlement oi
liisneeoiiiits, nnd the other shall Ijo repi.rted by th
said Committee totheCilvCouncd, loin ii,. I h ill the
city records in the City Clerk' mliee.
bee. II -lull Ik' lh duty of tho (My lierkto
have prepared niidi-r Hie ilr-.ti'Mi nf V Klnnnc
Cominittee. a book to loeallixt Sepp llr ttr No. 1
in which sh ill I entered fr-in tho ma.H of the
atulis of thnsi-npho ks, the runnier, da..' lit tiur.t
and naiuoiifthe imiIVii whminssuel, i f all si ripis
sued from the dnle l 'he burning oft'., ri r Is OI
Iheeit) m isVi, in tho lirst entry lit )sis. in tin ' ..I
scrip register, w hieli lt iwaifd reut-r snail bo des
ittiistsd us Serip Uei;iier .N" i'. Thil sai l V uani-"
Committee shall l OiiipuretJie reports I.- ' f -. m.idt
by.m comiiiiit. f l'i ! trm tm: . .' .i y i ty ur
Uer Willi sui'l l'Kisler-, nnd shall enti" ip -i said
-rip c 'ler n in. InnrslnluMl nppn-it. . i i. ; ,T, i;
the dat" ofiis dosiriietlrlii, nn I in all f.n i ' : i k'
llieilateofilulrueiinnkhalll)Menlerd .ii lh ri. . 1 1'
reKiiter npposit Iho entry of eaeli ord i n lie
1 mi 1 1 Mini;, nppuslto the entry of ca"h i or c
iw .1. It slmll lie tho duty nf raid K.n u
lltee. at Hie daU nl eifll burnlngof ur :
amine the marms nr stubs of the scrip '
Citv I lerk nltuw, iimi iMoailaiu ny . 1 1 1 c
aii'lri'pnrtt tiie .i C' nr. I wtiei'.ei i'.
have b-e.ldeliiereiftnt'ie ihIim'i1 .1
tliHiu. and uhrLliur. in nueliiliuivtiries. u .
, to ex.
h .11 iy
i rnn t
nf tho eily have been smelly otiuiplie I un'i
wuero.anur :i hmoimui pemi.i, .vtiei -delivered
to triiea will l'd tn rw-e.u
I., ihe duty "f i!i aid KiuaueeUmiim '
tile orders, ep-ir'lltr bet of lll ! n
i ..i.ncil, uuil uuirs'iwoa lieiiiriu w '
the dute isf Mid delriUoH.
M). I. TliM Fiimuh (Viiniwillfsi elu'l I
l.y aiv, uilthnrueJ UI ewplol neompi t'
;-t th in .ii the duties Uvvolted mi tin i
lliuiliee, an I ' p:i I llll II h-hsoiuM ( i'
f,.r hi seri , oe.
Aivmvel, Octoecrs, la.
oVllIDt JOHN II, OUKltT. , nrr.
OMISl&TUA t'Uit J.Nwm i
Kslute i f TUtWM tliVJ.
The un.le.-nUiie 1 UM'Jt "J i'
tr tr of tin- vi: ui Taj s w
llio "oimty of Alesinder. a t. iale ,
oesye I, h'-relr' n n"frktiMlt Will
tlw t'n.iu'y 0'iart 4 Alewi ier i-.u .
Iio'i-n iii l'..,r i. a i I'- " t '. r 1
i ij t i i i 1 1 i V. at Hied i ,
luii i. : i i" t - . a. i
pu .'. 1 : i 'leu I f 'l Ihe ui.ia of .
id)' - I .ill i i" !''''' I"
I i m .'. -.nn linli. ji ij in ,
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.y.,.(. i ..1' i... j a-ei .11 rt. '
'.UAU Pl KrlMiiOM
Ul.'ll ' il ''
(i H I r. I tl l.M
i He u.
yclcuatlinUiSftll 'he i itunof
in maciiyoi uniro, in nnid county orAleanmler, and
Mato nf Ulinil, to;wit ; Lots numbered ul, M and
23, fronting 7.1 feet on I'oplar itreet, and ruiinins biv'k
(Ml rf In llalilh In MK.l? in .ml In. n .1 in ,AlA.li