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WEDNESDAY, MAKCII 0,
Ill a recent numbor of tho 'J'ullolin' wo
rofered to tlie departure of J. J. Minsk
stone, Esq., presldunt of tho St. Louis!
and Chicago railroad coin nay. and J. J.
Mitchell, Esquire, president of tho Cairo
and at. Louis It. It. Co., from St. Louis on
a trip over tho routo of tho Inst
named road. Tho object of tho trip was
to Judge of tho country, the" economy of
tho route, and the local demand for tho
itltontoglifarc Orf )Prlday' ty-qnjiig! ,'lhst
Messrs. Ulackitone and Mitchell arrived
at Murphysboro, Jackson county, from
whence, after a short'stay, they returned
to St. Louis. They expressed them
selves, wo hear, well pleased with what
th5yiiy und Hoard durlnif their trJp,
anil were 'assured that there arc great
and impressive demands for Just such u
thoroughfare as Is conCcmpiate'd Uy (ho
Cairo and St. Louis railroad company.
Tho Honorable J. B. Morrison, tho com
pany's director In Bt. Clair county, ho-,
companled them as far as Sparta, in
Randolph county, and Mr. jtoseborough,
the director for Randolph eoUilty, came'
through with (hem to Murphysboro.
The conjectures expressed by us to the
effect that the trip of Mews. Mitchell
and Dlackstouo was the prelude to active
operations on the road, Were not, Jt seems,
at fault. Mr. Mitchell declared a pur
pose, while in Murphysboro, to piano a
corps of cnglnceis on tho route Immed
lately on his return, and to commence
thogradluu; as soon thereafter an prac
ticable. That ho means "business" wq
have tho foregoing assurance and tho ex
pression of adetermiuutlonon his tmrUo
btillaJ'cqulH aiid iiiaco lni)pcratlon ll'io
road between St. Iuiaandjjirjihysborri
on orLoloro tlie first tfay of January, 1871,
nud to complete the entire route during
tho thenco cu.uln;.year. t
Those who know President Mitchell
knowthauwlth hjju to will a thin)-'tyl.
"'a'cchmitllnli'lt. Havlni; all tho needful
means and appliances at his command,
ho can, with ease, make good his prom-
The development of thn coul HehN.Uint
will follow tho completion of the Cairo
and St. .Louis railroad, wlll.ofltsdf, make
the louthern half of the road a paying In
vestment. Those who bold that the prev
ent supply of coal equals the demand,
and that, therefore, tho road will roallzo
lltllo or nothing in that direction, forgot,
most evidently, that the Llndot coal that
will thus bo brought Into our market M
now obtained from tho mines of Pennsyl
vania, and subjected to the cost'of a thou
sand miles' transportation. Of that char
acter of coal tho ktipply does no, equal
the demand, for tho tupply, regulatdtl
by the caprices of theOhto.river, is ho nil
times cut off altogether.
We Intended no more, however, than
to make public tho expressed purpose of
president Mitchell to proceed at orico to
the construction of the road. If Atiiatls
fled with the pecuniary promises nud as
pect of the projoot, biirely the public,
should be. l'roof that It "will pay,"
wo need not, therefore, search after any
A e-v llooli.
"Rehlnd tho Scenes'' Is the name ap
plied to a beautlful;300 page vol. bj Veri
ty Victor, Just from the press of the New
Knglauil NoVa Co., No.'Jl-'CbtirtMtreet
Uoston. It Is a repository of tho strange
and delightful memories of childhood as
connected with the dritmarubmork's
perpetuated by the pen of one who was
"behind tho scenes" to sec. The style is
fresh, buoyant and oven captivating, and.
the matter Is yell adapted tp.lhe, coiu
proiieiislon of Clio young. The paper und
typography arellrst-class, and as a wholo
"Rehlnd the Scenes" Is a volume that.
Will cofumcud Itself warmly to tho ot
tentlon of tho ptiplio generally. Korsalo
at W.Ji. Rockwell & Co 'a. OU(q Loveu.
In tlo month of May next about one
thousand scaled packages of cfyicss;
goods wiU bo sold lit Pan Hartman's,
auction rooms, nt public outcry. These,
paolcages aro tho accumulations of uncalled-for
goods In tho ofllco of Adams
Express company during tho past year.
Tho salo will bo productive of "Jots" of
fun. Some, persons will got great bar
gains -gold watches for llfty cents, for
.lustunce some others wontv Uuyers
will Jiavo to run tho chances.
Duo'notlco will bo given that every
body may attond.
Tho complotcst stoch of gentlemen's
'furnishing goods in the city , Is to bo
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
bo a reuiarkublo..vwfl.nt; Umleeil, In tills
lino that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at tUo N.ory lqwitftt Ugues. ruling In
Hot lied Nnnli.
jrdWJed'srfshi tlfreoby six fetJt Klfohdy
))rimcd and glazed, may bo had in any
numbei cshed at ,i'2. ".iJ
Wock, Tenth fltreeL marl0-0t
Syrup for chlldre, Is. so by Druggists
for '25 cents a bottle, and is an admirable
preparation for Infantile disorders,
Clothing lor the'mllllou at 1'. tfetP.
Q.'70'Ohio, Leveq. Tho best Goods 'in
tlie olty will bo found at thlsdiouse. If
. ,. U'-i,
Cjood Calf l6ui for two iloia'w and
neventy-flvo cents only, at P. Nell's, No.
H; Ohio Loveo. tf
BakqainsI Dakcjains ! A. good suit
tit' olothiugonlollkraYftt'li-Ne'ft-' s,
cl Hr. vlf lea. - -
Caslmero and. Fannnl Shirts at actual
eoH at P.'tfefl'sNo. 79 Ohio Lovce. tf
thf roj' (vas an unusually henvy frost
jhlH'iiornlng. v I ( "
,i.,U'IK,iuUt :.v UH!'.-rEndcrfi' Stomach
TlioCounty Cohrt for county business.
is now Insctslpiij tho Judge and both the
Associates being in their sqiUh.
JUst Rkcki yiM'Vhk Slioo Fly Elliott,
and Don't Dodder Mo Ilata and Cups at
P. NefPs, No. 70 OhloLoVee. tf
The organization of a now llro corn
pany has been determined Upon. It i
to be called tbo "Shoo Fly."
Oho of tho greatest discoveries of tho
ago Norman'fj Chalybeate Cough Syrup.
Sold by S. J. irumm. m7dflt
Tho omcors of tho now city administra
tion will bo Installed to morrow, tholOlh
of March being tho commencement of n
new fiscal year.
Tho Continental. Is the only cook atovp
with sliding oven doors. Warranted In
all rdspectH. Pitcher & Henry, at 102
Commercial avenue, cor. lth street.
Considerable f paco Ko day Is devoted tb
tho Council I-roedcdlnge,. Tho ffJpSrla.of
thedlirerent committees wllfproyo ln
terestlug to theilocal reader. . . .
Good Neiva to fullering Humanity!!
Norman's Chalybeate Cough Syrup cureh
Croup, Sore Tiiroat, etc. Sold by S. S.
Jlutnm. ,, t m"dpt
Our paper ;nanufacturer Informs u
that ho will furnish the paper required
ffor'tlionew size of the 'Uulielln' thli
week. Wo are delayed only on this ae
counted ' ' I
The debris of the old Democratic Hall
and the Into 'Bulletin' has'been removedj
preptfralory to the'ercctiohf au .'cnglhe
house and hall for tho Hough ami Itondy
The St. NlchoVus'iliflianl Hall Is one
of tho largest & ml best furnished in tho
country. It the resort of both citizens
aiid strnugura who Indulge billiard play
lug. ' JauClf., (
Cou'ncllmnn Williamson's resigtiatiqu
will take efrect to-mprrow. Wo liear tho
rin'irfes' of three' prominent gentlcme'ii
spoken of in connection with the va
cancy. , .
. Tho lion.. William J. Allen is In tho
clti. havlnc obtiilned leave from hi. seat
tend tlie United States District Court,
Just received, at, P. NcfT's, No. 70, Ohlij
Loveoj a dendld jot of opting Casimersj
CoaTlngs anir 'Vesn'jc., which" will btj
made up in the mp.itfashlonable 'yipi
and at prices tovuit1 YhV tfmes.'rf'fWfecj
(It guaranteed 0:710 sale. f tf
Lieufeiiaiit'flovernor "Dougherty Is li
the eltv. In attendance on the United
P&aieH District CMnrU ' 1 Althongh' 'well
ad vauced-ln years 4to appeant hale, and
In the enjoyment of most uninterrupted!
An interesting contest for a seat In thd
hoard of Aldermen Is promised bqtween;
Messrs. Winter and Uyrne. The former,
received tho higher number of votes;
but bttng deolarcd' Ineligible, the com
inlHslon was delivered to the latter.
Mi1.,Geo.',G l?ggleston,'f6r years an es
sential llxturo of tho house of Hnlllday
Pros., of this city, Is about to tako up a
permanent residence In Mississippi. Tho
best wishes of our wholo community will
Desldts a very complete stock of tin
ware, (J. W. Henderson, 100 commercial
Avenue, presents to the trade a splendid
variety of cooking stoves, among others
tho "Pdmona," tho "Veteran," tho
"Oak," and thn "Statca" tho latter a
coal stove. These, and any other
In ftke 'delred,: wlll be sohf at H small ad
vanco on manufacturers' prices.
febl2dlm. . , , . fj ,
Tho new supply of silk hats Just receiv
ed, by Mlllor und Miller Is worthy, of
special attertlon of gentlemen who wish
to purchase anything In' that lino that in
strictly fashionable and of llrst-class
manufacture. Tho Bnppiy embraces all
sizes; and astoprlcoana quality satis
faction Is guaraniceu. iousu
Tho ordinance reduolng tlio. prlco of
Putclier's licenses from $200 per annum,
to 110. received tho'aanctlou of tho may-;
or's signature to-day, ttwl wjjen publish
ed will go lutoeliect. Tills Is au act of
Justice, not only to tho butchers of Cairo,
but Uyiietery, cU8cn.wui) ,use3 : iresn
Messrs. Miller and-Miller have Just re-
cUQl miuqualji' , weljnjifip.ted
and strictly fasluonablo supply of pleco
goods, to whloh they ask upeclal ntton-
.tlon.. The lot embraces tho finest cloths
and caslmcrs. oyer brought to Cairo, and
such a variety of styles that all tastes may
be accommodated. Suits or .gnrmcpts
from these goods nro mado to order In tlie
best manner and' latest style, ?and at
figures that will defy competition. For
proof of tliis theyouly ask to be put upon
trlalr Atnll evonta call around -and seo
tho new gooda. - jn'i5tf.
'C6mriils86ns hnvi beeivMssljeA'to
Thomasyqn.. HVf Drown,
as UliyuierK; jomi si. i.ausuen, nsuuy
AMireyTMIoihiel ,lDkmWi6k,"al City
Marshal; Joseph B Taylor, City Treasur
er; Danle Artcr. Cjmnoljman for tho
city at lutgo; YenhahAMoycr, Council
man for tho First Ward: P. W. Barclav..
tho following goutiemen as Aldermen:
for'the Flrtt WardfiOO.KIe'bandIsaao
Valdor,:ior the. Second Ward A. Lohr
Ward Patrick; a-.uzgwuuu, and, for tho
JJfliirtU Word Jatnea..Cnrrol.
(Ilogtilar Joint fc'rmiun.)
, Oaibo, Il March 4lh,lS70.
There being 110 qtiorunl'present tho
Conhcll' adjourned until Saturday 6th,
Inst., at 7J o'clock, p. m.
Jno.Bkown, City Clork.
Hatiinlfty, March, ill., )b,o,
Tho Council met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present his Honor tho Mayor and
Couucllmen Barclay, Martin, O' Calla
han, and Williamson; and Alderman
Braukle, Carroll, Hendricks Kennedy,
There being a quorum present the clerk
presented and read a report from tho
committee on drainage, containing var
ious recommendations, which report
was. on motion, received aud ordered
Tho report of B. Bhannessy, P. M. for
the month of January 1870; of M. JJatn
brick. City Marshal, for Feburary, 1870,
and Jos. Arnold, Police Constable, f..r
Feburary. 1870. were soverally presented
and read, and. oh' motion, received and
ordered placet! on.llle.
A petition from Cyrus Closo praying
that tho amount of taxes assessed against
niro'flruToT Closo and James, upon the
property known as the Tobacco Factory
might bo abated oh to them, Inasmuch
as no such firm existed at tho time tho
assessment was made, and further pray
ing that tlio tux bo transferred to and
collected from tho owner of tho property
tdWit: Almlra K. Joined
Alderman Carroll moved to lay the
petition upon tho table. Carried.
, Petition of Wm Lonergan chairman
of tho coiumttteo upon Investigation,
praying that hb bo relieved from bald
committee, aud recommending that a
now committee bo appointed to proto
nuto Uiojnvestlgatlon of tho city books
to a conclusion. Councilman Barclay
suggested that In as-much as tho time of
somo of the, mom bora of tho Council
appointed upon said committee, would
expire on;thc beginning of tlio fiscal year,
he would ask Mr. Lonergan to withdraw
his said petition. Petition withdrawn.
A numberof bills were then presented
and referred to the committco on claims.
,.Th'c bond of Joseph B.. Taylor as City
Treaturer-Elect, for the municipal year
1870, was presented, and on motion, ap
proved aud ordered on tile. '
Adjourned. John Bhowk,
' llbttl Arrival.
PI. KlhoHi IlotH,. March th, l70,
It N .Took, Mo; CM Prentiss, do; It
Wloholav, do'; Chas. Dlclier, Ohio, arid
Miss'i Dlcher; W Daton III; C It
Wright, do;Jas.J Clemvon; J N Smith
Mo; Jas. W Banner, Chicago; Thos. T
Whlttney, Cincinnati; W D Long, St.
LouJs;C RUant City; John W Fulltir,(
Greenville; Bobt. Clarnham, Mo; W 1)
Heath, Chicago: U J Overboil, III; Chas.
L Salsbery, river; P M Strlckiam, do; It
Gibbon, do; 11. Gill, do;
J, W Klmsey do; H Bravy do;
B Miller and Ludy, 111; M D (Collins,
IIll R A Whltaker, do; Andrew Hlukly,
Mil City; it Quln, New Orleans;
R Flsliner, do; C A Bunsdcn, do;
WMcKuiaht, Cincinnati; John Hagan,
MojVDeaton, do; LPOwens, Md City;
DGenart, do;T Eckert, do; J Hart, do;
A D Redid;, Shawneetown; J A Wesh
erfour, do; Jas Haskln, CIn; M Lcroy;
John Elliott, Evansvllle; Iud; J Gregg;
I' Comas, St Louis; John Vail, Browns
ville, Tenn; FG Wellen, Henderson; L
Tho Hair Coloring; l'rciaratloua ltaaiu.
ed. Bewaroof botllod dyes In thoshapo
of fillyer hair dyes and sediment fluids.
'They aro all pestiferous and dangerous.
Phalon'a Vltalla or Salvation for tho
Hair, a perfectly pure, transparent,
harmless aud agrccablo preparation, Is
the only agent that will change grey
hair to Its natural color without risk or
any disgusting consequences,
111 : .
Nierle I'ayuirula llcaiiinol.
Front: and after tills date tho patrons
of tho El'do'rado Billiard and Liquor sa
loon, John Gates, proprietor, will recelvo
sliver change, instead of fractional cur
rouoy Tbij Eldorado's billiard suloon is
one of tho largest and best furnished in
tlio city, and tho bar Is supplied with tho
choicest wines and liquors, cigars, etc., to
bo found in this market. mar7d(Jt
hi Thuro twill be iwraeetiag of tho stock
holders of thetCairu Planters' Tobacco
Warehouso Co., on tho 15th Inst., at 10
o'clock, a.m., at the ofllco of Hulllday
Bros., to elect ofllcers for the ensuing
year, and, to transact other important
buHlneHs, J. M.- Piuixii's,
March 3d, ISTOUt ? Pres't.
Buuten, of tho J.onesboro 'Gazette,'
paid a flying visit to Cairo, aud for n
moment Illumined tho 'Bulletin' ofllco
with his cheerful nresence. Ho Is one of
tlb Wost'ltlrrlng, enterprislng arid ex'ak
newspaper meu in tho State, and, we
'Wo glad toVee, tliat thb'peopio of TJnl.m
county appreciate him.
Youths' boys' aud children's clothed,
at less thau Now York prices, will bo
pldjhlsweel:, at P, NefPa, regardless
of cost. ' " '" tf
Fx)r,li good Beaver, , Caslmero, or silk
rnixediaUliiiBO to P. Nefl, No .70 Ohio
Levee,.,. . tf
A' nowaunnlv of Calf liootsnnd Gaiters
just received at P- Nell 's, No. 79 6h(o
Use rEnders Chill, Cure. Mil nevor
, . ' ' ','.'"
1 Drawers and UuderfihlrU,atasacr)flco
?i?TP'r..?fP. t? PVi T.evet. " ftf'
Tho weathar Is again clear and beau
tiful. Tho ground hog prophesied ono
ruoro.weekof winter, but wo hopo ho
was mistaken. Tho present weather,
however, la almost two bcatiful to last
long, in March.
Tho river is rising at tho rate of seven
Indies per day, and is nearly up to tho
half-way mark between highest and low
The Mississippi Is rising rapidly at St.
Louis, with nearly sovoit feet water In
tho channel above Caird. There Is
twenty feet below this "olty.
Tho .Ohio is stationary.iat Pittsburg,
with six and a half feet In the channel.
It Is falling at Loulsvillo with soven and
a half foot In tho chuto over tho falls.
Tho Cumberland Is rising with sixteen
feet water on Uarpetk Shoals.
Business bore continues brisk.
ThoAntelope and barges,, and Com
monwealth and a steamboat hull which
sho hasjln tow aro receiving all they' want
here and the Bclltf Leo is expected to
load hero also. ,
St. Louis papera claim, that tno .Repub
lic is going on up tp that city this, trip,
instead of returning from Cairo. As she
had noturrlveiPwhllo tills is beliig" writ
ten wo cannot say whether tiio assertion
Is correct or noi Donaldson asserted, posi
tively, last (rip, that he Intended to con
Tlio published reports of the collision
between, tho Republic and tho Nettie
Jones stato that-tlio Republic !warf ills
abled aud running on bno wheel, and
could not avoid tho disaster.
Tho splondid new stoanior "Oily of
Kvaiisvlllo" received quito an nvatfon at
Evausvlllo on Monday last, and eljciled
great admiration except on ono point
her chimneys nro said to bo too small
to harmonize with the general' appear
ance of the boat. Sho will be hero to-i
day, crowded with cxcurtlonists, who
como to mako fun of Cairo, to laugh at
our "hovels and mud holes" and enjoy
The Continental discharged hero 760
sbs salt, 11 hhds sugar, and n few lots
sundries for rcshipmont to Cumberland
river, and fil hhds sugar, 214 pkgs hides,
12 bales moss, 3W bxs oranges; for Chi
cago. The Commonwealth, now at our
wharf, leaves for N.O.thlBoyotilug.
The Rubfcon, for Vicksburg, and tliu
city of Cairo for Mcmpnis. ardduo thlfi
Tho splendid city of Evansville, Capt.-
Dexter, is tho regular packet for Evans
'11V 1 - - " - - - - 1 '
.viilothu evening. . - . , , ,
' lnn Ilk.'. 'P tfl.wt to 'n..nl.i r.. II. .i
Tho procebsIonTthat followed tho re
mains of Jimmy Smltii to the train wu:4
0110 of the most imposing of tlio kind
over seen lu Cairo. -Tho Arab, Itougli
Ready and Hibernian llro companies, in
uniform, headed by tho Silver Coronet
baud, lead the column, and ladles and
gentlemen on fijot, iitimUer(iigabou0,
brought up tliu Tear.' Therur wkr'o t'xt
400 persons in tlio procession.
The patent Awning now oh exhibi
tion on Commercial avonue ahd' Sixth
street. For particulars Inquire' of Loflin,
post ofllco nowa stand. maiOOt
Everybody uses Wizard Oil, and
Barclay Pro's, sell It cheap for cash.
Pa(roulzo home institutions. Buy from
the Barclays. ' ' ' ' "
Pitcher & Henry'a largo stock of hard
ware, cutlory, tools, stoves, tinwaro, oto
will bo sold without regard to cost. tf
. ,. - r
Good Cotton Socks, only If! cunts per
pair or SI 25 cents per doz., at P. Nell's,
No. 70, Ohio Levee. tf
Hot bed sash, glazed, three by six feet,
at W. W. Thornton's, Thornton's block.
Tontu fltrect. I , mnrltf
Calicoes, all brands, at 12 cents per
yard at, Rittenhouso & Ilnmiy'g. dot
Thorp willLcnoldat Public AucJIgu at t Naral
Htlln In llouixt City, lllloofa, oir 1 .t
Tuesiliijr, the 22d Bay or March, 1ST0,'
At 10 o'clock a.m., a mltl.itcoua Rjnortintntxf
propetly p'rtiulnj5 to thn Uiru ol Atam qngin
tcrinj?,'Tj biwrtiunt,tAqMiiiiK of
Tools ano Appliances,
Sorap, Bar and Shpct Coppor,
Rubber noao. Iron, nvdraulic
Jadks, Whito Red fs Black tend,
Lard and Linsood Oil,
Pumps, Coppor pipo, Gas 1
Pipe, Gum, Homp,
. '.and Cotton Faoklng,
too., &.c, tec, &c.
Ono JBatuu ISntrino,
Ten Inchm dlamelrr nnl SO inch tlrakc, uii't tlani
pipe. The whole apprleJ nt$o,;i. '
TKKMB i Coah on Uar of ml. ArlltUa to I'm t
notril without delay.
. - Uy orUr o( the Coiiiiiiaiuluiit, - - - - ; ;ir
. 1 ryiiiittuir v.
Ualcl at Mound City, III., Mntvh 3, 1h;u.
( u -wl
FUR USTXiT TJ n B
Qneensware, liar I'lttircs (Jlla8swnle,
lSa, lBii4 IBTiCom.Av. t JIAlHUilth,
QOK1IX1?TCE.-No. 0;l,ai JJyI
Bo It orJalneil by tho City OUhcli of Hthos City ,
Stcrioi 1. That rn murhof invilomlll and SIS '
rf anordlnanco entitlot "An Urdlnance.tn mlopt
the ordlnaiicrnofthA City of Cairo a ratted and
codllleil," of Ordlnwicoa 2to, 18nml 71 and of any
oilier ordinance which requires erery butcher or
denier m iiiealn In tneclly of Cairo to takeoo.t any
oll.er lloenia therefor than Iho ordlnaryjfrier
chunta llcrnan and which prqtrnli t:i rain of
mrttta,Tcclubl, fruit, Kmo, country produce,
or articles of any doacrlplion at any olliar place
than on the trarkct grounda during market rwtlr,
be and the aamo are hereby repcacoil. ' ,
J(hn hi dnKitiiyiMio:1'
Approvod March eth,lp70-mardlnt .
SIIEIIIFF H H tl,r. ' '
. lly rlrlno oi A Special Execution to rue dlrooUd,
by iho Cleric Of Iho clrrult couit of UnlaticounlyV
Intho-Htat of Illlnoia, in faroror Ilryanshat-'l
nei.yand agilntt Klitabcth A.,Vall, J wllloerat
pablio dale at tho ooiith-wfiierly door rif (ha
court linusc, In tho city pt Cairo, county if AJu-f
rnder And btata of Illinoln, On tho third day, of
April, A. D. lro, Mtween tho lioiira of 9 o'lek
a.m. and aumet of aaid day, totwlti I.ol nuinborw
ed liar y-olglit 138) In lifocli numbered Ferty-.,
neren (ifj In tho Kfral Addition to the eliyor
Cairo, county of Alexander and Htale of Illln(l,W
Kith all iniproYPmanti thereon liluatd na tho
property of the. aald KlluUlh A. Vail, for caih.Ui,
satlry aald execution. .
I.OPIS n, MYHTW.' ' -"I
Slierid of Aleondrr County, llllnela.ita
March loth, 18.0. 1
To J.imea Mitchct, tho licfra of George IlunijarJ,'
anti an oilier inireie!.
You arohoroby notltlol that at a aale of land and
town lota for tho Stt,co)inly and vtUer taiea,r
fnr tho year If '17, helu at tho court home In tho I
city of Cairo, county of Aletntulor and Btiteofi.
Illinois, 00 tho 29lh and 3oth 1 ays or July, im, I
becmne Uie pdrciuiaerof tluifollolug'dcrlbed
riroperty, 10. wit In the name of Jamei Mitchel,
he .V W of the .V K of Pee IS tn Town 1J, Hinge 3
U'rat, tuncrci, for th? of (I CO, In the name
of George lluiiigal lielri. lot So. SI in Illoclc
No. 43 In tho city of Cairo, for the mmol 121 37,
imd tlmt tho. time )f redemption wlll.akpireoti.l
the Svtli and 30th rfaya nf July, ID70, and If not re
jJrptDfjJ, at tliat .tltne I ahall apply for a deed and
ivonJi'iMoh of the abor described premliep. . '"
'' .V. IIUNACKP.RufeHmer;-
rli), FVIirtiaryHlth, l7U.-feb'i3dltJHtf
si :i 1 -I
State of Itl.no)-, AloVnifer County, la. Aleian-
. iter County Ottnitt Cpurt. ' r "
In the matter of
Henry" V. UennlnghonT and Jacob Dennlghofr, part.'M
ncr, Ac, doing bualneaa tinder the firm namoof
II. V. J. rwnnlRhotl vk. l'tfter ZUririan;M
tlttharlne.lmermnn,and K.imael Rtaatl Taylor K
end Kdwln 1'nriont, TrtKteen, etc, pud JaeokM
Kline. Un bill lu lorocloau mortgage.
I'ul.lio rqtlco liiereby girn, thiu lo.pnnuanea
of n decratnt 'order entered fn tho 'nbore entltleit
came, In taid court, on the Twentieth day of Jan
uary, A. !) 1870, oftho January term Unroof A. I). ,
i!dih,at thilkoiilh.weit Uoor of tho court home 1.T
the city of Uiiiro, In aald county, the following I
dereriiied real ettate, illnnte in the Kirat Addltion-'l
to ihuclty ofCnlro, In the county of Alexander
and State of Illinnb., to.wit: .
Lot numhereil Twenty-eight (1 In Iltoek num.
IkTi iI Forty-eight (10 kuuwnauddcutf nalfd on
the recorded inup or plat thereof, together wlltt'ali m
and alngular the tenements ami licrodjt.vnenti.7,
theicutito belonging, . "
n JOHN fj IIAItMAN", 1 '
Mailer lu Cluneeryi'
riro; III.. .March Ut. 70it liarA-HH-t
ASTElt'S NAIiK. " - - x-it
Btnteof Illlnoia, Alexander Uutnty. n.i Alnxau-fw
dercounty Circuit Couit. ' , ,.i
In thn matter of Krattnu-Mnrom who imi by
John J. Ily. hUmatirih l I. tJTrjiliru II- Mc-
i.;iiii.. n (lunrdiAii tor DmirmA Ila-comanJ
rmarU.a lUvmn. l)u bill fur parliliyu, i,t, r
I'lltitic .N'olicoH hornhv rfu jn. Hint lu rHirnAnn
of ani.ndAl order ci.tvnil In tliu lirniiiiUtlikT
cail-i-, 411 ud court, on li4 mtcentlrfliy of KM
rii.it V Arl). 1J, of the. January turm thereof? A.
11. lK7o. I. JuuuL. llarmin, Maoexrliitlhanery
fur ' I court, w ill.ou tUu.-iocjnd ilny of Aprir,' A.
1). IkTD.ia J.i'ak.lu the iiD'Tn. Kin ofiCiul iy,
iiell at tmUio juiutlun 11) tlte biglmnl-Udderfor
cn-li, nt tlia auutliwcat door nf thin court hou.g in
thdcitof Cairo, in tat.1 rounty Um f.illowiur
ilejcrihcU real lata, .Inula lu Uiercdnntj" of
Alexander, aad.htato of lllfnMrt, to-wlu i s'
Tho went half nC thn tturtti-eait (iptiitter bflanf V
turn twenty (Ml) iu townihin alxteen (t).bauthitl
rmiRo twoi.n wett of thu third principal tnerldlan.
lOKOther witliidlund alngular Iho IcuuuiuoH and
licrt-litnincnta thcreiutto U-Iouging. .
J0U.N ?. liAtW.iN'...;
Cilro, 111., March lh, .V.,lJ.Jlii7i).-lLu
Hntr of lltmor-, AlexsnderrottntTrTr!n-th
Circuit Court of Alexauder county, lllinoli,"
April Term, 10. '.'jD
lleiuainln il. Munn Q Von llummell. A
uinpli; Atlivhinent, iltiuaud IV-1,01.
Notice ia hereby glture in ouihulfi Q. VoU'r
llummell tint a writ of Attachment has bean auefl J.
out of Iho ottlco of thnCtctk of the Alexander Cir
cuit (,'oiirl at tlio aultif Uin, ulJ l-mwJa-llifr-Milnn.rtnd
asaltiattheen rate ofyou the saidQ. Von
Itummell for the aunt nf ll hundred dollara, nn
In cm-out. which aald writ has been relumed
by -md hhi ritrrxruiilwl on Lot leu (ly),in lllock
Tciiiyevrn pfljln Kir-t Addition tnlheicltyof
Cmm, AlexAiulcr county, Illinois, h-Iho prgpi'rtj'u
of aald defendant. .Now iinlena you, the aald QA'Oli j
Mummell, defendant, shall eroiially bo andap.'
pi-nr luloro Umcircuit court of aaht county pn.llm
ilrst Hay of tlio next term thereof,- to l.heMeh in
tlie city of (irj, 111 said coimiy.on tnoflrst Moo- ..
day In tlio Month of April next, give afMelat Uif "
and plead to aald Action, iuJi;tueut w(U Lo, aster
ed MKaluct you in f.ivor of raid rtMiilifl ind tho
property attached nohl to Ratiafr tint aatne with,
io.fi IUII.N g. JIAItMAN, Clerk.
Cuiro.III.. rHruary luth. U7i. , . . . .
Mtititi l'ojw, Haintlir,a AttorneyV. febSTwtt 11
STEAMSHIPS. - l
riTIMMSIIII'S learo weekly from JVew York,
Liverpool mdqueenstova .11. 1 (ifjV
Kor-pu-sgn apply to
C1IAS.T. Hl.NDi:,, .1
(Jr.toS. ItOWK.Cen. V'eitorn Agent, N. J Lake
ROOTS & BHOK8.
T-1LLTOTT, HAt'lHOMN CO.,-
Wholeaalo Pt-idors and Manufacturers, 1
BO.QTS AND SI-IQ13S
ja uiiunnucAT. avksjuk, ;
'..iMilofclat' 'i -Cut
II II1VTIIOUV, . f
I oTtl tirrnrx, aroxi
I c. amtrr, aicMiju,iu
Mr. Chatlv Torrett having this day become imp.
elated. ttllhmcln my Ileal Eitalo Aueuey, jstreutred
ut a iuimiif. uioiriu. .... 1.1
"I h'u bmiuess from Hi s ilale will be cendueted uu.
dor ilt'i tlnn name of f. Wmston Co.
t- wrsTON, ;
l,1870'-dlw ', ,'
1JUJ.I1., ... . r -
THOR SALE OR RKNT.
One ivo-Monr UKIOK HOl'fli:. with stnre-roani
nud duelling attached, i-ciikletliiK of eight:. rnuuu,
Tenth Jtr?eK.of five, -ao,lU 'd c itern, etc. lor
fnrtliir IfWiXiiKii, iiftmt. Si) iClduuriiUil
iiu. .... fcblCIU
Tr.vi.ri"i-wUjtftudfr Cpubij 0rttfrAt li"
WMA WiVtt Jtcfr4arikxv'
n,ll, I, JUUIIW. I1HIIIUIU, tilnms III .llHll.;erT ior ,
talil court, will, on Iho Second day of April, A. II,,,
I:.), nt3 oVIock in tho allrrnovu of aahl day,
nil nt tiiibllo ailfcllon to lli hluhent lil.ldnr. fTir
i .... ... - . - -i.-.f. a- 'i'.h nor
' .MlXOXXlXtX ,o-xJ0 .... .
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