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WEDNES DAY '.fe VENING. OCTOBER 27, 1S69.
JOHK.H. OVERLY & CO
PASrxa from uxdku Tin:
An able and well posted southern co
tonipdraryHityB that tho downfalhof radl-)
cnllHin Is only a question of time. Tho
tromendwtiH gaina hi Ohio and else
where, In a single yenr, allow an onward
awecp of tliu revolution in public' nentl'
incut, that must sottlo that quoatlbti In n
very brief period of time, liven those
States that havo radicalism forced upon
thoui an a uoudltlou to their restoration
to the Union aro.ropudlatlng the party,
as fast as tlioy pass from tho domiuatlon
of tho bayonet. The radical idea of re
coiiHtructlou has been to reconstruct the
Southern StatoH as radical States. Until
tho oppressed people of the South accept
ed radicalism, temporarily! at least, anil
gave some evidence of voting with tho
radical party, reconstruction was de
luyed. Being In power, the radicals do
tcrmined at tho close of the war to build
up their fulling fortunes by tho aid of
the South, and accordingly tho iron heel
of the conqueror was Iccpt upon the necks
of tho Southern people until tlioy wero
forced to accede to tho demands of their
oppressor 80 long as tho people of any
State favored tho doctrines of the dem
ocracy, hucIi as were taught us nil by
Jcll'ors m and Jafkv.ui, their right to tho
privileges of Americun citizens were
denied. Forced at flrt to accept Die I
bitter and dishonorable terim oll'ered
them by the party in power, the Southern
Mali 3 have oul waited for a favorable'
moment to assert their Independence
mi J their political convictions. For ail.)
of them that moment lias not yet ur
rived; but it will como soon ufter their
restoration to their full rights nnd prive
legu Virginia 'and Tennessee havo
opened the Imll, and the people of those '.
(state havo set a glorious example to
their fellow-countrymen throughout the
boulh. In the elections of Governors j
b'enttrand Walker, the people of Ten-1
non e and Virginia dealt a heavy blow l
to radicalism generally. They assorted J
inomseives as fully as prudence at that
time dictated, and as fully us their radi
cal tyrants would permit; but In tho
election of United States nator they
are now hiklnjranothur step in advance,
and are repudiating tlll further tho
party which has so long curbed the coun
The people of Virginia, continues our
authority, have as much reason to detent
tho radicals as the podplu of Poland have
to hate their oppresor, and now tha.t
they are getting into a position to do s6,
they will repudiate radicalism nnd nidi
cal carpi tbaggers throughout tho length
and inadth of the State. President
Grant's administration was indorsed
nj :i this occasion by tho defeat of his
brother-in-law, nneShaipe, who was the
cat L l.ktruf tho WoIIn party, and who
was liiid out "Hat" by tho Virginia legld
lat'tr . TVnmwwtt will follow this ox
im.j 1 Virginia, nad the remaining
South ru .States will fall ititu llno.us noon
as an opportunity oirrs.
A J'ALFAllLK MV BY JUUGJIAM
Tho IioontlotiMiie of tho present radi
cal congre.-s is a Houree of shame to every
man who would maintain the fair fame
of the republic. No man is better in
formed in this regard than tho Mormon
propnet, and lie availed hlmelfof this
knowledge, not long n' 1, to give one of
tho libidinous law-malteis a thrust of tho
regular two-edged uword kind. It has
be on tho fashion sines tho opening of
tho raciflc raIlroad,for Radical Yankees,
Members of Congress, Ac , to call on
Urlghum Young, while pausing over the
road, and not content with -sking him
an innumerable number of Impudent
questions, tako occasion to lecture him
011 the morals of polygamy. Hrigham
stood tho raid upon his fceliugs a long
time patiently. A few days ago a Radi
cal Congressman called, and r-f course aU
ludtd to tho Prophet's plurality of wives,
lirlgham could stand it no longer, and
roplled that ho was ready to get along
with ono woman as soon tu members of
Oongrcs3 wouM ut the example !
S3 0,000 FOli MltS. CHIAXT.
Gen. Grant's denial of any knowledgo
of the lato gold swindle Is likely to bo of
a plecf'TVif h tho falsehood that President
Johnson fastened upon him by tho testi
mony of Ids cabinet. Each succeeding
day furnishes new ovldeuco that he lift
again disgraced himself by uttering a
palpable untruth. It Is now said (hat
Mr. Corbln gave .Mr. Gould orders to buy
severs! distinct lota of gold, hordes ask
ing a j'lint Interest in tho other transac
tions. Among other lots, ho directed
Mr. Gould to purchase cuu.uOJ in uold at
ono time, whlolt ho did, at tho pries of
V 2. When tho market advanced to 137,'
Mr. iorbin directed him to toll that tot,
Wi h 8'i wavfor tho account of Mr.
O rr.il Grant, This was thu first lntl
mat I u Mr. Gould received that General
G'nnt, or any of his family, had a linger
In the financial pie; but afterwards ho
cour.Kul It to bu understood that both
the Pr. Ment aud his wifo were equally
CoiK,riu J wKUbrotl . In-law Corbln.
TJip folldwlng extracts from tho Peoria
Pally National Democrat, of 1st. ami,
21th. Inst'., exhibit tho uoridltion of
things wllh some of our Northern neigh
Springfield is In the Bear aud yellow
leaf of business decrepitude. Talk of
dullness In Peoria. Why tho dulluess of
Springfield In comparison with that of
Peorla,Is the edge of anlndlan axe, to that
ofMowatt'a keenest razor. Therolsnoatlr
In the streets. Tho street cars, even,
havoa Ntuggish way of crawling along,
and a lazy method of appearing once in
an hour or so.
Genoral business In the city at present
is not so brisk as, some time ago, it was
expected to be. Money is very scarce,
and nobody seems to bo able to collect
or pay debts. Merchants who depend to
any considerable oxtcut upon tho far
mers for patronage, are having a dull
time of It. The grain crops havo been
light in this vicinity, prices are low, aud
consequently the rural people, nsa gen
eral thing, aro not getting along pros
perously. Wo aro told that in mnny
ecctlous, fertile and well-improved lauds
are selling at from ten to Uftecti dollars
less than a year or two ugo. It is thought
that times will bo still more cmbarras
iug before the winter Is over.
Twenty-nix millions in coin will bo
required on tho 1st of November to satis
fy tho demands of tho bloated bondhold
er for untaxed interest-money. Tho
Treasury pretends to have about eighty
four millions of that hard metal-currency
denied to the pensioned crippled soldier
and the widows aud orphans afmcu who
laid down thcirllves for the Union. After
the November interest is paid there will
remuiu a coin surplus of llfty-elght mill
ion?, which may form a nice basis
wlierowlth those in tho ring may work
tho gold market for their own profit and
the country's lo?s.
The Crocket (Texas, '.Sentinel' notices
tho marriage of Mr. Emanuel Martin to
"tho amiable Miss Ietilla Swan, and
gives this splendid notice rif the bride:
She came forth with all the virginity and
grace of uu eastern princess, dressed In
all the brilliancy and taste that fashion
and splendid apparel could decorate, and
when the gazlngcrowd cameto look upon
the whole form developed and clad In
that beautiful Grecian licudit must
have been thrilling and gratifying to the
It has been ascertained thaatmoug
tho two thousand negro men und women
of tho .State of Georgia, fourteen have,
voluntarily interested themselves In the
cui-o of education. Two of them, henry
Wirt aud Philip Johnson, report that the
greatest obstacle with which they have
to contend in the work of building up
and maintaining schools is the i mil Her
once ol tho colored people. They hope
for ultimate ucce through compuU'ory
attendance. Without it not more than
one fifth of the colored children would
ever erosd tho threshold of aschool room.
hruzll has abolished (logging in
Aro angels our girls with the Gro
To bo been for nothing tho play of
Russia keeps up an army of 2,-107,000
When a maiden gets married sho ends
a miss-spent life.
Tho flowers ofspecch hprlng from tho
roots of tho tongue,
Alabama river Is lower thau it has
been for twenty years.
The receipts of tho Oregon Stato Fair
wero over $10,000.
Tho book trade of Chicago amounts to
about f3,00'J,000 a year.
The life of the French Empress Is In
blued for $70,000.
An exchaugo advertises for "girls for
cooking." Wo prefer ours raw.
Tho new voting list at Liverpool con
tains thu names of 3,000 women.
Tho Suez canal cost $S1,000,000.
Petersburg, Va., Is building a theater.
Florida Indians elect delegates to the
It Is computed that tho Eiiglisli lan
guage Is understood by 100,000,000 people.
Tho Czar Is having a history of tho
Amoilean rebellion translated for his
Forty-two murders wero committed In
Paris from the 1st of January to tho 15th
of September, 18u0.
Kay nothing which a good mother
would not approve and you aro on tho
road of happiness'.
Bustui U, Anthony received ono volo
for Govomor In tho llftoeuth Ward of
Tho greatest pleasure I know, is to do
a good action by stealth and havo It
found out by accident. Lamb.
Whlttlor's ballads, illustrated by
engravings from Miporlor artists, is to bo
ono of tho gift books this year.
One hundred families In Ohio,; friouds
of Governor Ahsloy, are to removo to
Montana In'th'd 8prlng r
Tho Bpringlleld 'Republican' declares
that beittlirorfd! Wf thu world is now
madd iA MafesabliusiW. - ' : '
An Illinois householder safely remov
ed a polecat from .his pantry by first
chloroforming the dangerous animal.
pCho totaUamount . of. sugar now con
umed by .Ml' nations may uo estimated
at 2,600,000 tons. America consumes
about 630.Q00 ton, . , ,
Tiie Ohio and Mississippi Kailroad
Company have just brought out a now
parlor car, of tho most modern style, and
with all tho Improvements or the day.
It contains two staterooms for prlvato
parties, which with tho rest of the car,
aro covered with 'Brussels carpets, ele
gantly upholstered easy chairs and sofas,
and mirrors at overy turn, A day trip In
such a car may bo as comfortablo and
enjoyable as aploasuro party In a prlvato
AX JUXOHAJST AXU ilf.UXVCHlAi M.VU
IHriCATh'. From tho Now Vork 'Sun,' lUlical.J
We behold oue whoso head has been
turned by ilattery till hu hankers for the
smell of the incense; one ludiilcreut to
the political duties of his olllce, not
awaro of his Ignorance, and without a
desire to leurn that which lie ho deeply
needs to know; conducting an adminis
tration witli a frivolity that would bo
discreditable in the management of a
district school; greedy to bo rich; wor
shipping wealth as a supreme good, and
not afraid to display before the country
and tho world tho immoral, the de
bauching spectacle of a Chief Magistra
te, who appoints Cabinet Ministers who
have given liltu presents, and assigns to
places of trust and emolument those who
liuve bought his favor by donations . Tho
dlllerence between the Grant of the bet
ter days, and the Grant who has des
troyed his own enviabio renown, Is
bomethlng shocking and enormous.
All sorts of people make up tiie world,
and there aro those who do not ilnd it
degrading to keep ready for the occupants
o power a perpetual hymn of pruise, no
matter how unworthy their acts, or how
glaring or absolute their misdeeds. To
such persons nothing can bo more un
pleasant than the voice of truth exposing
folly or denouncing crimo in those they
love to glorify. Rut It will bo a dark
day for tho republic when truth shall be
hustled aside, aud nothing tolerated but
the piping of deceitful eucai'um; a-I
never was stern and uiiuparl'.,; UNMitv
more ItidlspeuHlble In a public pre-a thun
in tho caso of a Prc-Vdeut who best wed
thedilghest places of power In loturu for
pecuniary favors to himself, and to tho
youths of America the deplorable exam
ple of paying court to riches without re
gard to private honor orpubllc duty
In one of the last conversations, it was
our fortune t hold with J. A. RawlinH
a man whoso action was governed by
his obligations to Ills country (conversa
tion occurred noon aft-.r the President
hud developed his policy in making ap
pointments to high office) Itawllngs
eald : "Jfthlnya are to go on i 1 '' wny
it would have been better fj iai - tUcUU
A XKKDI.K IX 'HIE IIIIAUT,
In ono of tho lust sessions of tho Insti
tudo for Sciences and Literature, Milan,
Dr. Seralln lllssl showed the heart of tho
deceased Couut Fillpo M , .1 maniac,
who had killed his father in one of his
raving attacks, and often tried to take
his own life. Tho unfortunate man died
in consequence of a cancer on tho
tongue, which was caused by biting his
tongue iu ono of his attacks. At the dis
section tho heart showed an anomaly
which stands uupuralleled in tho annals
of science. Tne left chamber contained
a nccdlo six centimeters (2 inches) long,
On careful inquiries, it was ascertained
that tho unfortuuato man had told his
parents twenty-two mouths before his
death ho had thrust a needle Into his
heart, which they did not bollcvo at tho
time. Durlug these twenty -two months
tho Insane person, who dutlercd frequent
ly from colic, never felt the blUhtct
pain In his heart nor in tho vicinity of
thut organ, and his pulse was also per
fectly regular during that time, Tho
men of sclenco consider this case us ono
of extraordinary importance, and a his
tory will shortly be published with all
the details, together with uu engraving
of the heart.
Till: W1XDINU IT A CIRCUS.
Dr. -lltn) rt'SJ IStsilillsliment fuUcii ly
Dr. Thayer's circus combination, llko
all tho others, "the grandest and most
stupendous on earth," has come to an
Inglorious end. Its advent In Cairo was
promised ndxt month, aud wo wero an
ticipating a t-oO "ad" from it, but alas for
all human calculations!
Tho following is from tho Cincinnati
'Gazette,' of Monday:
At 11 o'clock a. m., of Thursday, the
Sheriirof Hamilton county eorved n wilt
of attachment upon tho proprietors or
Thayer's circus, and soized tho whole
property. Tho writ wa Usuod at tho
sult.of Clary & IMUy, of New York, who
had a claim against them for printing,
amounting In all to $2020. Deputy .siier
Ul'Sth'klund served tho writ, and made
arrangements to hold tho usual evening
performance. Tho audleucowas large,
but uot romunoratlvo, tho greater
portion being friends of tho new propri
etor, who Jiisisted upon patronizing his
iHmiit Incurring unv oxnunso.
Tho receipts umountoduo $120.
I Yesterday tho SherilT proceeded to
1 take charge of tho animals and other
property. Tho lions wero comfortably
housed at John Robin son's'i'on 'College
street. The contract for feeding horses
and other animals was continued, an
made by tho proprietors. Tho wagons
aud other property wero stored, and a
force of watchmen, employed to tako
carofnll. So, ih ah utiexpcclcdly-sudden
manner, Thaye B Co.'s clrclis anfl'riien
ageric is placed in winter quarters.
Following tho first suit camo eight
others by employes. Franklin J.Howes
brings suit for $75Q, for five weeks'
services'1! equestrian manager, arid for
the use of trained horse, as well 1 as for
services of his wife as equestrienne, for
all of wlitoh she Was to redelvo $150 a
week; Chas. Abbot, the clown, sues for
S303, balanco on account for services at
570 a week; Frederick A. Dubois sues for
S5G5, as a balance duo on $1000 for ser
vices as advertising agent from April till
October; Joseph II. Neal, gymnastic per
former, Hues for a balance of $420, at $35
per week; Joseph Iiurdeaux, also a
gymnastic performer at tho tamo pay,
sues for a balanco of $320; Chas. U.
Lowry, equestrian, at same pay, sues for
a uaiance or and James iJiaicciy
sues for $000, on a Judgment recovered
elsewhere. Attachments issued in ail
We learn, also, that proceedings will
be instituted to disolvo the partnership,
and tho appointment of a receiver toseli
tho whole property.
Iloitielallon orillm bynllnruon Catholic
!"rnm tho Xcw York 'Tablet.'
thi: m:v i.utiikk.
If Pere Hyuciuthe lias come hero ex
pecting to tli nl .-ymimhy among Catho
lics with the views expressed In his let
ter to the General of his Order, he is des
tined to u woful disappointment. Catho
lics In this country are in general beliov
ers in republican government, and ardent
defenders of civil liberty, and tho frco
dom and independence of the church ;
but they are equally stern defenders of
the divine authority of tho church to
to ch and govern all men aud nations
in all things pertaining to the spiritual
duties, relations, aud end of man.
They aro too well acquainted with Prot
estantism lohavesympatliy with any Pro
testatit of autl Catholic tendencies. Tiie
American Catholics whom ho may have
regarded as working for the ends ho pro
posed to himself, he will Ilnd to be behind
none In their sincere and earnest cen
sures of his spirit and conduct. Tho dis
gusted American Catholic on whom he
may liaye counted, since lie is held by
Protectant) to be a Liberal Catholic, as
sured u personally nearly two years ago,
that he feared for Pere Hyacluthc, whoso
viewn were very uusouuti, ami who was
evidently yielding to tendencies the
nature of which lie did nut understand,
and which, If uot resisted In tmo would
l?ad him out of tho church.
This is a poor country for shaky, es
pecially leiiegado Catholics. If Pere
ilaycintlie comes liere expecting to m
thi'v any eou-ddcrabie number ofCatti-ohe.-i,
taceepthim as a leader, or to foll
ow lil 111 iu hlsuii'rtt intemperate aud silly
attacks on thu authority of tho church,
he will Ilnd that he lias come 011 a fool's
errand. If he comes as a Protestant,
seeking sympathy and glorlllcatlou from
the enemies of the church, he will no
doubt be welcomed, but not with much
warmth or respect; for tlioy seo that he
comes without any following, and has
only his bare self to oiler them. They
already see that, by leaving tho church,
ho lias lost his power to servo them, and
that they have 110 further use for him.
AX ASTOUNDING SUtiUlLSTION!
ilmll Lunatic lo Killed ?
A remarkable proportion hoa been
made In England. It is proposed to kill
lunatics. We are told that tho propotfi
Hon be limited to crlmnal lunatics, and
the ground upon which this novel und.
extraordinary idea is based Js mercy.
One of the leading English papers makes
it and asks: "Is it or is it uot a false
sentiment of mercy, to persist in keeping
theirt alive when wo ore compelled In
self defence to deprlvo them of every
thing width make) life valuable, or
even endurable? Since they enn bu
cured neither of tholr wlukedness nor of
their disease, and exist ns center of mi r
Hi infection aud caused of crjme, vio
lence mi.-try, and danger to all around,
would It not bo better and wiser to put
them out of .tho way altogether?" It
is quito evident then thatin tho eyes of
tills- Englishman, lunacy is a curse which
Justifies the law In indicting death: that
a visitation of Providcuou reudurs tho un
fortunate man or women .amenable to
the law: that the hand of allllolion must
bouutbylho hand of thu oxecutloncr:
that the feelings ofliumunity are not
to bo outraged by thosightof tho siiil'er
lugs or the lunatics. This Is Indeed tho
climax or dilettanti sm, aud strnugo
use or mercy. After this wo may expert
to hear that peroous bent upon suicldo
by reason of inabllty to bear up under
mi ii tune, upon making affidavit to
thtui'fl'eet tliQni3oIovos, or any ono else
doing it lor them, shall either bo entitled
to bo put to death by tho proppcr oillccr
of law, or condemned to it, as tho case
A law compelling the execution of
lunatics In this country wou)d'ba cruel
iu tl.o extreme; but thon it would not
bojwithout Its blessings. It would lead
to tho' prompt extinction of t'lio atljcal
About a week ago Governor Clayton
met General Chattorson 011 the. State
House steps at Little Rock. Tho Gov
ernor called tho Genoral a d-rd liar.
"You're another!" said the General,
whereupon tho Governor struck him a
sovoro blow In tho tomplo. Chatterson
remarked that ho would as soon striko a
woman as lilt a ono-armod man; besides,
ho would not lilt tho Oovornor pf tho
Stato, Tho parties were then separated.
Tho following amueiug piece of nllitler
ation is the prospectus of a proposed pub
lication In Loudon to bo called tho
Apungeiif pictorial publicationwill
polish popular politicians politely; pom
mel pretentious parliamcntaryjpartlsans;
punish pestilent persons preaching pat
tern progress principles; proscribo pre
posterous prerogatives and' prejudices;
pillory puffed-up pretenders; properly
protect painstaking, poraovering people;
pepper pecuniary peculators and pettifog
ging practitioners; pooh-pooh pompous,
presuming, purso-proud parvouus; para
lyzo pestilent poltroons, peevish prudes,
presumptous puppies, peccant prodkfhla
prosy, praters ,precocloU8 prattlcre, peW
rlent profligates, pampered parasites
petty perturbatora and parsimonious par
ochial; put down paltry, prolix pubtloa-:
tious; promply pralso pithy producttonn'Jt;
pertinaciously promulgato practical pro- '
cepts; punctually patronlzo piayhousos,
pitilessly nulling pointless perforrfaifcbs
find nllrnrlnir nlnu vvrlolif a ril..r.i. nnrll.
nently propound perplexing paradoxes;
liuuiisu ii-uuiuiny piquant pictures, por
traviuir nrlneolv nulnn-a. tildtiirPMiim
naceants. powerful untpntntPM nnd norm.
Iar pets; print periodically lu'its'persplcu-
ous pages pleasing proso,;priceJess poems,
playful puns, popular parodies, aud po-
popmar parodies, and political pasquin
adesproducts of pen and pencil.
NEW Al) VEItTISEiUENT S.
HANGER Y NOTICE.
Phobo Mn)ic Ih lie roljy notified tlmt sUr. !
Mnnr 1 Irna llleil A bill In t'lunte rv for ilhnrre iicainal
tier, In tho Circuit Court ut AlitxunJur untmtv, llll
noi., Hihitlut Miiiimon. Ii.n Im-cii l.auM th. rion fur
ntlU ilrfoinliitil, rotnrn.iblr nt tlionr.U ttrm of iiuiil
Court, to !( !io. Ien hi Dim Court Ilunm in Cairo, In
tho County iiforaaiJ,un th thtnl Monitor of Jm:n
l J, A. V. I0TO1 JOHN q. IIAIUUN, Cleric.
. .it iMvitiKf, iurni. i soiiviior.
clolT i!3, Is p. ociewSw
i'wto of Illinois Alfgnri'tar Comity.
County, Cirvu.t Court.
In tlm Mali, r of cluutojOirr C.
totilnon, tf. Mitry A. Kuril),
charlv J.ltnr.l), A. I.mri'iuu
Public notiiu j hrri'ly u,r n. 1
ml In i.tirsiiinco of
i ikcrotjil urilur nit H'f m tlii h1hc ciiiiUfl cunrr.
innuia court, uumiu niiiiiuiy 01 uoiowr, a. i. iiw,
I.JolmW llunnm M.i.I.tiii Clnuii!r'frH H urt,
will, on dm Iwli ly of NoTrmbT, A. 1'. 1165, at 3
o'clock in tlii afternoon of ictxl !). Ktlt t pjlillc
auction to tlm highest rmlilrr, forctuli, at tli iloor
of U10 Court Hotim 111 tliP city of Oniro, in a. lCvUn.
ly, tlm folloTing ilrrcriU'il n lrtl, aituntu 111 tlm
County of Alewnili r. ami iiluW of llliuon, towlt
Lot ntimrxTiM iT,) in Mm k nnintoreil tilty-two, in tht
City of Cairo, toiri'thcr with ull nmlKlncular tho tenv
riicnta nnd hi:rJil'incntii thereunto bclcnK-ntf. .
JOHN i. lUllMAN,
Matter in tluiiioory.
Cairo Iltinni. 0 to'HT 2Ttli A. D. ist.
MuUoy, Walli WhuUr, iolicltor fcr.Compt't.
a tiruilciico. tuiiain nftrvau JobilitT. bruinatur
ticcftv, le., hfii dioitvroJ rv lirtrIo larani pfcur,
vtllCI lir- trill it t leu iu iiitbliwrr iuiivivi'I m
ilros J. 11. UKKVl-i-, 'i .Vu Str-c, Ncwf York.
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PHOPJWSOJ i TUHNKli,
A troupoof oxtraorilinary TUInt, nnil MonounCfJ
by tint 1'reim to h without un ii.it in Kuroa o
Auwiioui Ivtniiig tlif iiio.-t rlaltering ODlrr?f inenti
from thu hlhett .mitx'e of 1 tic old Country, will git
ATIULMIIMI IX TI3IS CITY, VIZ:
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mul nUlli In. in.
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trrviJ it iuu In eiire.l at I'. Itorlmn'
roomn, Commercial Aenc, on Uit uiernlsi nw
ilirix inch coUkri.
Tho i'ftrtni'rlil litttm lli unJrigi., U tit.
C.urrf. Ui,tii, l..i, AUTHl'lt M.U.Hll.,
v ' W. II. I'Ul.HI'.l.li,
Oct 20 at (i.ll. (lltUK.l.UY.
A frreltineh will bo mttmI up at tli Kgyptian Pa.
looiiaml imtnurant, ttltfto'lwilPTry rnormnjt.
Tlio rciitiiurtint lta ln inoutiiljr rUtud un, ami iir
aomoari b auuoiiiKioUaiMil with inat.lt wtull nour.
HO" 1'ricen voimmaU. .
(Joiner of njuIi til wit nail Uoinnierowl Avei,, nxt
Uotii to I'MtUlUev. H. Ml
AtX'AHLii CITY I'ROI'ERTY FOR
Alt tlltfluly filtUJttfil l)tltliu- Houki.
I ,!l -Ml mv .Iwollinj hotiae, situate.! on die. I'ormr
of hixili uu.l Va.nut, w:tli clio two lots n, m wlneh it
ti..nii(, onri aA'.utit tonus Tlu b"-W"B Oto
rr. nns nt a Uiti heu, lf wll urragl, ilnmliril,
uniliddutliiia,utrn, ouUtouMa, tt . 'a nil m
lii.t fJUounJition, Vot iirUwanJ titm -ly at mjr
h4i.ott sum .loCt,uvt..wi.i!oHAUi
S" T Sya ltk its"
XXrxxcl nixci &ot 21arxna."toox
of evu v itoaonjitioo,
Lull,, Mil listen akinl l eilur I'ont i.
YAltr AI' oKnt'K Corur'Coinmr.l jm'uc 1
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Of. r,jli . I a i fi m.tly Ml mnboit
I.unn. frL ithea on ahpit notice. otUO-ora