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NEWS OF THE CITY.
THURSDAY, JANUARY CO, 1870.
For good titling clotulntf feddy miule
or mado to order, go to I. Nell", No 70,
Ohio Levee. tf
Have you aeeu thu Alaska boots? Thoy
are the most comfortable boot In u.io. For
sale at P. NefPs no 70, Ohio Levee, tf.
Shell oysters, game, etc., can
bo lecured ut Walker fc SIsson'a
Nov 2 tf
P. Illelly having determined to close
out the balance of lila goods at the
earlle.it possible moment, will henuo
forth Hell anything on hand at cost, and
LKSITIUN COSTl tf
100 dozen genuine EnglUh and Llslo
thread hocks, at a great reduction In
former iirlci'9,at Peter NeiF, No.70, Ohio
The St. Nicholas Billiard Hall In one
of the largest and best furnished in tho
country. It Is tho resort ot both citizens
and strangers who Indulge billiard play
lug. ' ' JauGtf.
Chill Cure "It never
Do you want a stylish hat? NefPs Is
tho place and tho only place to llnd
them, of all tho latest fashions and In
great abundance. Ills stock, in this line,
cannot be oriualled In Cairo. tf.
Tho Continental Is tho only cook stovo
with sliding oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher & Henry, at 102
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
Tho largest stock, of over coats in tho
city, nt P. FefPs, No. 70, Ohio Levee, tf
The stock of flllk hats at Miller & MIM
er's comprises the very latest stylus and
the finest make of the season, The
variety is very great, the stock largo,
and prices have been regulated to har
monize with the times. Call In and ex
amine. , tf
NelTs Is the. place to buy your Shirts.
Ho has on hand a magnificent stock
at prices, tljat defy competition. For In
stanceall wool ilaunel shirts, nuo dol
lar and a quarter each well made. tf.
The HI. NIcliolM Hotel and Butanraui..
This popular and eligibly located lioiwe
of public entertainment Is now ttttod
and furnished throughout lu good, stylo;
and, under the management of MpsiirH
Walker A Slsson, is doing, largo and
thriving business. It Is kept upon tho
European plan the guest oalling for
what he wants whoivho.Wiints It, wheth
er lu the day or nigh), time, and paying
only for what hoarder. The rooms aro
large and clorvn, furnished with the best
of beds and bedding, whilo all other fea
tures of thu establishment aro arranged
with an especial eyo to tho comfort and
convenience of tho guests. JaOtf
The Sew Year,
Begin it right, by buying, for cash
of J. II. Motcalf, No. 3.12 and JM Wash
A v., who has enlarged both Iiouho and
fttock. audi now prepared to Hiipply imih
turners with tho best of all kinds of staple
and fancy groceries, quoeuswaru, crock
-ry, 'iassware, yellow and Kocklng'
ham ware, table and pocket cutlery.
All kind of Hilt tlMh, green, dried, and
untitled fruits, pick leu, cider, honey, syr
lips, Hue ten-, coiTees and sugars
choice table butter always on hand. In
short, everything usually kept in a flint
class grocery; besides notions too num
erous to mention, all of which will be
sold ivtMw.ftmwf flfjurto, tf.
t'ltruUliliiK flood a.
The complect stoch of gentlemen's
furnishing goods lu the city , is to bo
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
be a remarkable want, indeed, lu this
Hue that they cannotsatlsfactorlly supply
at the very lowest figures ruling In thu
market. . tf.
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The Ladles' Restaurant fitted up by
Messrs. Walker & Sluson, is directly lu
connection, vji, tlio St. Nicholas Hotel,
where the iunt reapoetablo ladles and fain,
tiles of :Iid city may take meals or lunch
or lu perfect quiet, and without tho least
lear of comlig.1i,contaut with objection,
uhlo characters. .It' will bo kept In first
class style for. Ural ulass custom. Polite
ami attentive waiters will always bo in
attendance, and patrons will always
command the mot courteous treatment
Pitcher & Henry's large stook of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tlnwarn, eto
will be sold without regard to cost. tf
Norman's Chalybeate Cough Syrup is
no humbug. Try it and bo convinced.
S. J. Humm, agent, corner Commercial;
avenue and Eighth street. Ju7-lw
One of tho best remedies for Croup
ever discovered Is Norman's Chalybeate
Cough Syrup. 8. J. Humm, agent, cor
ner Commercial avenue and Eighth
street. . . Ja7-lw
"the debt in
use" Euders' Stomach
Almost giving away. Neff Is Belling
gent's undershirts and drawers, and in
faot everything in Gent's uuderwear, so
low that It does not look like buying
them at all. It Is more like giving them
Tba Clljr Clerkthlp.
Responding to the call of a number of
citizens, Mr. J. C. Crowley annotlnliM
his name to-day lu connection with a
candidacy for tho offlco of City Clerk.
And who next?
fii A regular meeting of Delta Lodge
VNo. COS F. & A. M., will be held at.
Masouio Hall this (Thursday) evening
at" J a'clock. Jewktt Wilcox, Sect'y.
The Circuit Court Invariably dostroya
the occupation of our police magistrates.
When that august tribunal Is In session,
"one horse" courts "shut up shop," or
keep open to a greatly diminished busi
ness. In this, as in many other things,
the larger absorbs tho smaller.
The dissolving views were exhibited In.
tho Chrlslaln Church last night, to an au
dience of about sixty or eighty perdon
They will bo, exhibited this evening I in
tho colored M. E. Church. Aa works
of art the views presont no particular
A Unit Friday Nlgbt.
There will bo a ball at James Clonaa'u
corner of commercial Avenue and Thirty
fourth street on Friday evening tho 21st
lnst., and an Invitation is oxtended to ono
and nil to come and participate., Good,
music and a pleasant time wllL be.- thee
order of tho evening. 2t
mil f nr
Sl.NichohviHo.ol,Car, lit, JnnIPUliJWP.,
D. A. Homcynscity; G. W.Baueman,
Vioksburg; Capt, C W. May, Str. Grand
Lake; G. W.J&avers, do A. Hamilton,
do J.Tauio, do J.. Anderson, do 15. Sam
ple, Nowpoit,-N, Yocum, Mouud City;
H. A. Gumbeits, Evausvillo; II. C. Tat
cher, dp L, B. Gregory, Adams Ex. Co;
CI! Chiller, Evansvllle; C.F. Jackson,
Chicago; E. W. Howe, Blundvlllu.
Hlakluf or lb Idy Jay.
News of tho sinking of the Lady Gay
in the narrow channel near Grand
Tower, last night, was reoelved hero
early this morning. Full details have
not been received aro given elsewhere,
Tho Lady Gay was one of the finest
aud largest steamers afloat, and was a
general favorlto with the travcliug and
shipping public. Tho loss of property
involved la hep sinking both boat and
curgo being a total loss is immense,
runnlug up, Into tho hundreds of thou
sands of dollars.
The Blandvillo college, of Illandvllle,
Iy.,. (the advertisement of which Insti
tution appears In the weekly 'Bulletin')
commences its second session ou the
27th instant. 1U faculty is oomposed of
able educators, and tho variety of
branches taught most aptly neets- all
tho diversified wants of the country.
Whilo tho charges for tuition aro very
moderate indeed, the-cost of board anil
washing, (only ja p wek) places a col
legiate education whhln the reach of
young gentlemen, Mid ladles of tho moat
limited nicaiw "Wo ask. attention to the
The accumulation of water In the ua
nccupleU strip of ground west of the
custom iuMise. is not duo to tho fact, as
some 3uppO40, that tho Lovco sewers ro
main open. The sowers were closed ut
Au examination was iuhtHutcd this
mojrnltig which will probably lend to
discovery of the leak, By some it
ascribod to Imperfectly titling parts in
tho Loveo hewers, while others charge
it to ItnperfectloiiH In tho brick sewers
that Ho imbedded lu tho sandy stratum
that underlies tho olty. Bo all ' this in It
may, however, tho water will not be
permitted to accumulate- in sutlleiont
quantities to discommode anybody. It
Is entirely subjoct to control.
l'ur Clly Clark.
Cairo, Jaa. Mill, 1170,
To It. It. Cunningham, lAMT llamllti.C, J'iukauJ
flHMTLKMKs: In oorapllanoe with
your flattering requ appearing In yes
terday's 'Bulletin,' E announce myself
a candidate for LUwoflteo of City Clerk;
and If elected, hcyo by a faithful per
formanco of the- duties of tho ofllce, to
merit your good- opinion ami that of till
It J. C. Crowlky.
At 122 commercial Avenue, between
Seventh and Eighth street, is a first class
housw o entertainment, kept upon the
rt-sUuruut orEuropeau style, furuislilug
oysters, gmuo or meals on short notice in
the best style- Also elegant rooms and
beds for traiislont guests. Patronage
J12tf IlKxnv IIauius, proprietor.
TiHJTii. The powers of Mrs. Whit-
oomh's Syrup for children are iih positive
as tho sunlight from heaven, and gentle
and soothing ms an angel's whisper.
Your Children may die of Croup boforo
aid can reach them. Always havo ou
hand' Norman's Chalybeate Cough
Gent's calf boots only 3 76, at 1. NefTa
No. 70, Ohio Levee. tf.
..Hl .1 .a I..
Five hundred dollars city scrip for sale,
cheap in Bums to suit the purohaeer. Ap
ply to Miller &. Miller, Ohio Lovoe.
Two Dining Boom Girls are wanted
at the St. Nicholas Hotel. Apt girls,
who can como well recommended, can
acoure a steady situation at good wages.
Two or three fights in "high Hfo"
came ofTdurlug the past week, which
would have been reported in the 'Bulle
tin,' but for tho hopeless prospect pre
sented of adding anything to their noto
riety. In every caeo hostilities closed
with ono of tho combattauts In "chan
cery." Tho five fast presses In tho job depart
ment of the 'Bulletin' aro kopt constant
ly running, tilling local orders for Job
work. Tho 'Bulletin' is moro than main
taining its excellent reputation in tho
Send iti your orders.
For t'lljr Mnrahal,
Mr. Michael Bam brick proposes to
make the race for the office of City Mar
shal, and like a bold contestant, de
clares his purpose through the columns
of the 'Bulletin.' See announcement.
The calabocvjo gang on the streets to
day, was a motley group. One of them,
on tho very vergo mania potu, was
rescued by tho kind ministrations of tho
good-hearted jailor. Had tho poor,
quivering nervo-shattored wretch been
permitted to chooso a glass of grog or a
first class stoanaboat, his condition would
have driven him to tho choice of tho
Tho cattle yards of tho Illinois Central
Railroad Company, in this city, contain
a largo lot of horses aud mules that aro
awaiting shipment to flouthorn markets.
A portion of them was brought from
flhellyvlllo Shelby county. Thoy aro flue
nulmals.noarly all of them and in very
Judging from tho vast shipments of
horses, mules, wagons, plows and agri
cultural Implements gonerally, through
Cairo, for southern use, tho conclusion
is inevitable that tho South Is rapidly re
gaining her wonted wealth and prosper
ity. Wo suppose, now, that tho readers of
the 'Bulletin' know precisely why tho
State Teachers' Association should have
met in Cairo and why It should not have
dotio so. This aim having been accom.
plished, wo see tho end of tho contro
versy between Messrs. W. nnd M.
Tho "second article" lu tho 'Bulletin'
which Mr. W. charges to the authorship
of Mr. M., and of which Mr. M. protests
ho knows nothing, was written by the
editor (not tho "local" nor "assoclato")
of the 'Bulletin.' We muko this somark,
that that responsibility may rest where
There is a considerable number of
country people in attendance on tho cir
cuit oourt as Juors, wltuo.ises, parties,
No criminal cases of much Importance
"havo boon disposed of yet. Unable to
absent ourselves from the office, aud the
clerk being uuable, owiug to tho prvsi
Ing demands upon his time, to furnish
ut report of tho proceedings, we
have not boeu able to bestow that atten
tion upon the doings or tho court that
our readers expeot aud which we desiro.
Wo shall, however, manage to report
tho moro important cases.
Benin oftlfu Herrou.-
Thls gentleman, generally ksowii as a
kind aud Inoffensive man of moro than
ordinary Intelligence, died yesterday
evening In tho St. Mary's hospital, liav-
lug been entered only a fow houis. He
had lived lu Cairo nbout four years,
lllling, during that tlmo, temporary po
oitlons lu quite all tho county and olty
olllces, where tho services of a good
clerk, and a correct accountant aro In
lomatid, and not utifniquently in the
counting rooms of our largo business
nouses. He was a good-hearted man of
a most genial nature, good social quali
ties, and ono of tho most anient parti
alis of tho city. Quito all his acquain
tances will rocull tho flgure lie presoutod
during the last presidential campaign,
mrauks of tho Seymour "Tax-payors."
His tattered uud torn gurnionts, h is bat
tered hat and monster broom, rendered
him "the observed of all observers."
Ho died pennllestt, but bin friends, who
may bo found in almost ovory homo of
tho city, will see to it that his body se
cures u rospoctablo burial.
Officer Arnold escorted to Jail yes tor-
day, three persons of color, ouo fomale
aud two malt, who are strongly auspect-
ed of chlcken-tlilovery. A family re
siding in the lower part of tho olty lost
a half dozon.or more very fine fowls,
aud Arnold being Informed of the fact,
got ou tho scent, and soon had tho above
parties In limbo, fludlog ouo of thorn in
.possession of tho chickens aforosald, and
an unusually lino rooster and hen he-
It is to bo regretted, perhaps, that tho
owner of these chickens did not discover
tho thieves lu their hen houses, and
oettlod tho matter right then and thoro
by treatlug each of thorn to a load o'
bird-shot. Such a settlement was called
for, aud would, probably, have been Just.
As matters hnvn turned out, the county
will bo put to 350 or $100 expouso ou ac
count of tho laroeuy of live chickens,
worth, probably, forty cents each, ;ut
"thou shalt not steal." Lot the law liu vo
What. Jt In Not And What It la.
Theso truths are self-evident. Phalon'
Vltalia or Salvation for tho Hair i
neither sticky like molasses, nor muddy
like a gutter-puddle. It is ou the con
trary a gonial fluid, clear, limpid, aroma
tic, harmless, aud will restore togruy
hair whiskers, beards and mustaches,
their original color certainly na sunshine,
meltvlho snow. J201wd&w
Tho terrible screeching that arrostod
the attention of the residents in .the
vicinity or Twentieth and PopJar, last
last night, owned its origin to tho at
tempt of a negro man, to "choke tho
dayllghU" (as ho expressed it) out of a
negro boy who had contrived trap that
had thrown him (tho man) from tho
sidewalk. The boy remained conceal
ed under the sidewalk, to "enjoy tho
fun," and being caught enjoyed it.
Tho interest in tho uncertainties of tho
approaching charter election is rapidly
intensifying, yet candidates are not de
veloping themselves very rapidly. Quito
a number of excollout citizens uro almost
pursuaded to outer tho lists and contend
for tho prizes, but wo know no actual,
bouallde candidates except those named
iu our columns. Of course no man can
expect to bo elected, who does not think
enough of public favor to announce his
name and declare tho nature of his aspi
rations through the 'Bulletin.'
i . . .11. I. II I. -..
Tho storm that visited Cairo
In some wrath Sunday night,
appears to havo swopt over
many thousand miles of tho coun
try, in some places assuming the form of
r. tornado, and causing fearful loss of
life and property. Tho village of Cave
City, Kentucky, suffered most
severely, n number of its citizens being
killed outright, and many others being
moro or less wouuded. Tho uggreirato
damage done is Immense, amounting,
perhaps, t6 many hundreds of thounandH
OatrnufN on Neirrocn.
An old negro preacher, came to Cairo a
week or ten days ago, and ro ported that
the citizens of Hincklcvillc, Ballard
county, Ey., had made u cruel and un
warrantable attack upon tho black peo
ple of tho neighborhood, compelling
many of them to leave tho country. In
corroboration of his story tho old man
showed n bullet wound on his left
breast, which ho declared had been In
iiictcd the day beforo, without any caiiso
or provocation whatever.
We believed tho wholo story tolio a
Blander upon tho good people of Hlncklc
vllle, and thought it probftblo that the
old man had mistaken a neighbor's
smoke-house for his own, and had been
shot whilo acting under that delusion.
Wo loarn from tho Paducah 'Ken-
tuoklan,' howover, that tho old negro's
story was, by no means, foundationlcsi.
The 'Kentucklan' says that "a few
roughs in the vicinity of Hiucklevlll
committed a uumbor of outrages upon
the blacks, so terrifying them that many
of thorn immediately lied tho country."
The respectablo residents of the locality
feel as deeply injured and exasperated
as the abused negroes do, and are re
solved to bring tho offenders to speedy
Justice A number of tho neighboring
plantors wcro in Paducah, a few days
ago, to hire negroes to fill tho places of
those scared away. They pledge them
selves most solemnly that they will af
ford all needful protection, at any and
all hazards. They will not permit a
half dozen loafers aud roughs to bring
ruin and disgrace upon a whole com
Dan, Ablefrom Columbus.
Ajnx, " N Orleans.
Petrol. " "
T. L.McOIll, "
Dan. Ablo for Columbus.
Ajax for Louisville.
Petrol forHt. Louis.
Whit for Paducah.
Emperor for Cincinnati.
T. L. McGill for St. Louis.
Fayette for Evansvllle.
Clara for Memphis.
f'dtiHnimt.il far N. Orli-Ann
Tho weather continues clear with
pleasant duys nnd frosty nights.
Tho river Is still coming up rapidly,
the rise in tho past 24 hours bolng about
Heports from dlll'orent points show
that tho present rise iu tho upper rivers
hsjH about reached its' greatest polut,
thougli it will bo uoveral days beforo wo
wlilaee tho effect here. Tho Cumber
land is fulling nt Nashville.
Tho Ohio is nearly stationary at Cin
cinnati and PitUburg, wh lie the Motion
gahela and Allegheny rivers aro reported
Tho Mississippi is lececdtug at St.
Louis at tho rato of G inched per day.
The Tyrone is tho rrgula r Nashville
packet this evening.
The Sam Orris tho reguhir'Evuusvlllo
paoket this evening.
The White is tho regular' -Paducah
packet this evening
Don't forgot to attend tho jnatlnoo
given every afternoon In tho toxnu of tho
I'ato Bplllcru .has tho management, and
always reservos lib best character for
his Cairo uudleoice. Tho comnunv will
appear lu lull fo.reo with comlo and aou-
timentai songs, Jests dances &c. AC,
cloduir with Cant. Harman's Inimitab le
Trombone solo . For terms of admit
tance apply to Ji vines Parish, Esq.
Knit Jacket), all wool, at tho actual
eost, at P. Neft', No. 70, OhioLovce.
P. Uleliy has a largo stock of hatsr
which will be sole I at New York whole
sale prices, tf .
No better medicine for Croup, Colds,
Ac, has ever been offered to' the putilhV
than Norman's Chalybeate Cough 6 yrup.
Wnahlnictoii llnll, YI, HIhI.
A Grand Manuorado Ball will be given
as ubove, under the auspices of thu Cairo
Turners. Tho public generally Is Invited
to attend: thu management pledging
thoinHelves that no ellort will he spared
to render tho oocaiion ono most
pleasant and entertaining to all who
COM 11 ITT KK OV AttllANdllMKNTtf.
mumi iilinii nil ii l Hi r - ' w- !!".
Tor Oily TrtiKitirur.
nnt1inrtri.it In niinminuo Mr. JOHN UV-
LA.N'P.nKi.ciitiJldnli'forre-tlccliouti. theulllt-e of
UV nr.. uiitlinrlr.-.l lo iiunoillice tlist J. II. TAU.OIt
will lie nritn'lltlMe fur City Tffiiititf r. nt tlif enmity
1'nr :ll.v flerk.
We urn nuthprin""! to niinotllin- that JOHN lllloWN
In ii cniulliUti' for the ollico of Oily arU-, nt the i-imu-Ingclinrtfti-leetloii.
Wo aroiMlliorlMl toniiliouiico that J. C CHOW
t.KV "lit bo nrmll'luti' for tln-iillW orCily Clcik t
thi-imiunjt clmrtcr i li-ctloii. Jatiictil-1
ror City .UnrNlml.
V mi' mithorlr.wl to ntiiiotiiu'i' tint MICIIAIX
ll.VMIItltOK. 'H I-' : emiillihiti' for r.'-fleetliin to tin
Dltlct'of City MafHlwlnt the itimntiK mutili'lpal
Notli i iK ri-hy gl.i-n, that ilt'fiiult hnrin li-ii
Mil" U' m tlx- a tnt'ltt of a i-i'ltnm Ixili'l, K'' '7
William H. Karri- to H, tftnats Tiijlor ami Klwiti
l'roii, Trmtce'nf 'he Cuiru City IVniK-rty, diileil
Hliy the l"th. A It. 1", ah'l 'hle ilirrc jt.
frfcin tlieilait thetiwif, with en "'f n-nt. interest nn
til tine, nti'l tn ler ront. theri-aflfr. anl to H-ir
the ivatrnr'nt of whlh nlil note, Mltli ntheri, nil
Wllliuiii 11 Ktiri-Kvethein lime i-rtnm nirrtiroKH wtli
iiourrof wile imth follow In iIi .itII'I iroter',
in.Hlt nunilx-riHl n-ii" ml, leu (to) nml -lecn
(It), III I 'I'- k rjliil!"'le. r,x ), In the tluril Hl.litii-li
to (he filv of Cairo, In theroiinty of Alcxiui'ler ilil
Mat" of ill i ll iP, Milled ati inotli;itu nut, ly .hi.I
f MaalTii)lort)'l llln lVri"H, Truteen afore
alt, on tho HU'lnli lny of Jnuury, A. II. lTu, ..r
talue ret-eiveJ, Itily naii(iiFl to (iioire I.mIIiht,
Bll'l vihk'li HI"' IlloitKnjjn I- reecirileil in the lie
eonler i ollii'f of thu county of AlttahiK-r, In look
"I",'' tvign 17i, Iho ntnoiitil n-w Ikmiij due an-l imj
rhlr, Mnft elk'hty.threo dollar ami thlrty-ffir
cent Jiriticlpal. tccelhcr VTIth lllt'Tt .1 thereon, at
I, the nndrriKnetl nl!neo of H. Slaat Tajl'.r
MM llwiu l'jron, Tril' ee, tt"., to Mliom mi. I
incttnagevia mode, bymtueuf tlxitertna and I'lo
vinioin of Hie ani. Mill, on Tuiolay, Iho SStli 'lay
of January, A. l lT, at ten o'clock ft. in,, of that
l.iy, tinder and hy virtue of Iho rter of aaln con
tained in Mid inoftfinK, ell at tiuUa- uk-Uou, to the
hlheft hiddr, for -h, at the fitonl door of the
rourl home in ld city of Cairo, in th county i f
Ali-tltl'ler, MidPuteof lllmoii., the ilr.-nlil
.reniie to Mtlufy the iur and emditi..n of
laid motUaite. OKOIKIK lATTNKIt
Mits, Wt A IU run. att'y
Jan. II, l-TU-dtt
0tl- l herehy rlfen, thai, hrel on the third
day of March, A. I. , Tliomai I'oittr and Mi-.
inah I'urter. aia wife, tnwle their certain innitii
tleed, hy -MliieK they conieycl to Jobn r). lloote of
the city of HI. I.oui., talr of Slli.ouri, ot Ihelii
and (Ci, In Uk ixiul, In the fourth a.dition to II. t.
rtty of Clto. Alexaiidrrroiitity, Illinol-. for the put
. of U'tter i-urin; the jyintiil of a crr'ain.
rotnl-ory note of mn date w tilt e.n-l inortKOie
for Iho it tit of .om hiimlre I and lift) dollar, -y
able to John !. Moore, 11 tr month after ilite.and
alKiietl ly the fid TtitmiiM I'oiter i and wrieria it
wa witiref.ly tuorlded in aid mortK' that In i.i.e
of default in the j.aytnent of aid jiromimory not-,
or any jart ti.creof.nrcordinat" the tenor and t tlecti f
the Mine, then tho "Id John s. Moor, In l-al rejr.
re.entatitea or atlormy, after lmtiiK adw-rt.u I
nii-h eale ten day in a iiewj.pr i-uU.fl.ed
Curo, or hy iM.tinit up written or tinte,I iikIi. e hi
four idiM e in the iHxiiity ahere hm,I t'iiim . are
aittiate, nimlit cell the Mine, or any lart th r (, an I
all riKht and equity of rt drrii.tioiiiif Ihu -ai l H. in .
I'ortrr and lle.aiu.lli I'oltrr, hi wile, Uu-ir ln'ir., ri
H-titor, O'limniitrator or n--ii:n in and Il.
aid pri nm . and whep a, alt fault ha be. n in.t l
in the imviuent of the aail eutn of 'vi n huiilrel
Mini (Illy il!lar, forwhieh .nd jir"miory nolo and
iii'irlRaKe vrruen, n- w therrfi're in iuruan e to
the 0Mer oonlaine.1 lu Hi" said ni'irt;.ij.-e, mow .'. a
t..u KltornuJ of Urn u d John Moore, aWI at il tie
trlidue, to the h'lie.t i.iJ.Ii r, f'.reaah. at Iho coiiit
home, Hi Cairn, mi the '4U -lay of Jannar) , A. I'.
l7o, ut the liimr .f elet.-u rl.xK.ln lh forenoon
of aald da), the tiidloi rite ll and I In), 111 l lM-k
two ('.'), Ill thu fourth addition to tti- city of Cuir",
county of Alexander and Hte of llliiioi. mid all
execute to the txirt'hnaer or ,uri lii'r thereof deed
for Ihi cniiteyaliin in fecaitiihleof the id premi.e.
AitM, Wit. A I In 11 a. Attorney for
. Jan. IS, U.U-dlOl JOHNS. MOO It II.
To Tlie Tox I'nyera of Alexander I'oiiii.
ly mid Mate urilllllula.
The Ut iKXik la now ei my hand and for the .iir
jioe of volle-tini: the rttale, County, ftx-rial. l'aiivr,
and DiitrictSohool Lite now due.nud lor the year A.
It. Imo, I ulll ho at Cairo lu my nthee, every d.i) dur
InK lh" mouth of 1'etr nary, 170,
At the liouie of Jacob Harllinea, In IaxIenod Pre
cinet, 011 Wednetlay, Mareh 'th,
At the Hereof John Knulli, In duty I'rwcintl, n
Thiirxluy, Mnrrh ait,
At the atoru of It. A. Miuoiiou. in Clear Creek I'ru
vlurl.nn Monday, April Ith, 1711.
At tho School llniife, near Thoiuaa J. McClure'a lit
Clear Creek I'n-cinrt.nn Thiirt.duy, April Oth, I87.
At tho "tore of J, ll. Itolwlrii:, In th. tiM 11 of ThelM
oil S'ediiemlay, April tth, INTO.
Atthnatore of Mr C, Itellnvr, at Hautn I'e 011
ThurHlay. April Till, 170.
At tho tore of M. i. (liiuter, In 7ooo Mau l, 011
Frld.tr, April fth, U7U,
At tho hwi'e of Tiom.ia Martin, lu DoL-looth, on
Suturilnv, April Ulh, IhTO,
lSO-Tithin"hoou personal lax, Ihi mire and pay
It and auvo cimti. 'ttU lahalldonll lu tnv oMer to
rolhwt ot ory "till irchnrfd on tho Tux Hook accord
uJl!o ura rtnd hrlng ynnr former llecelpt. ur ynnr
deed inorder that the ilevriilionof jour laml may
Ihi found readily. I,, II. MYllltH,
tiherlll nnd Kx-Ollielo Colleclorof Aloxnnrier Co.
Colleetor'a Ottk-o Cairo, III,, Jon. 7th, A, 1. 187 J.
JaulOUAwJw t ,
rjlItUBTU15'S SALE. '
Wlicrcn. hy vutuoof n eerlulii Trut Prod, heitr
Iiil- iltvto the fourth (lay of March, A, H. It'Cl, and
auly recorded iu liook "M" of deed, laae VJA, eti,,
of rtie renord of Alexander county, Hlulo of lllmoN,
D.111UI A I 'Ik did voaity to the umluriiiiiud thv fol.
lovtlnii di'Merlhed rcj ettate, to.wlt
l.ota numlrnl (IS) llllecn nnd lie) Nitteen, In hlock
mimhcred III J c-lov-Ji, In Iho ulty of Cairo, county of
Alexander mid Btato of lUliiou; m trim, hoM,.,er,
that iu caie of default lu the i.i ineiit of the mini of
llilrh'.two hundred dolhirt. duo from the nuld paiiiel
Able to John N. A. Orlaunld, payable in three cinial
luainllmenta, nf ten hundred aud aixty.aix u;-l(m du
lam each, in one, tuo and three yeiirn trom vnld 4th
lay of Jlnrch, A. P. 111, th lutereKt.ut tho rato of
ten per cent, per nnnum pat nl.lo annually or any
part therct'f, accorillng to tho tonor iiad ctlcctofthre
irnniiaory note executed therefor, and fully den.
erited In HiildTrilst Peed ; thnt then tho iiuderalKned
truktve bhoiild proceed to ell ald real cstute, in hy
anid deed nf trimt provided, nnd execute in tho
purchaeru (5ud and Fiillicient ilced i-onteyiui; nil
the riitht, title and lute ret of tho aald .Daniel Alio-
by Hiiid deed of trim conveyed to the undersigned :
and nhiircan, art of xaid ilvb! uud inttrt hi 111 ro.
mains due, uud unpaid, ileliult liaviuu Infn mdo
Now, therefore, purmiant to Iho iirovuluiia of natd
trust deed.nnd at the rrrpient of the nld John N, A.
G.-I.wolil, notice ih hereby given, lliut In aworilaucc
Mllh tho terms of auld triut. I will, 611 fiaturday. tho
I'Jlh day of iebruury, 1870. he ecu tho lioura.of ton
o'cloid; n.m. and flvo o'clock ti'.m., ofianld day, ut
the (front) door nf the court )ioue, in the oily ol
Cairo, county of Alexander nud Statu of Illinoli, pro.
eecd to sell lit publlo auction, to the hlgheat bidder,
forah, the real eotato heroin before detcribed, to
alUfy the debt now duo nnd unpaid, nnd iho coito
and charxeti of vaid trust, and will execute to the
purchaaer a deed for tho promme aold.
' JOHN (J. HAliMAN,
Cairo, HI., Jan, 2', 1870-ilw Trii.tcr.