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NEWS OF THE CITY. J
satukdaV;' March 12, 18-0.
ElehoII Brothers, or tlio Cairo Cliy
pi u iiIdk mill, will, at s early n duy an
practicable, proceed to thu erection of a
largo fiirnlturo factory. Tho site seloo
ted Is In block forty-one, between Wash
ington avenuo and Poplar streets and
Seventeenth nnd Elgliteonth streets.
Upon this Messrs. 15. k .Brothers proposo
to erect a three story brick building llfty
by elfehty feet.
Wo do not know what the purposo of
the. city council Its n- reference' iloAm
thislrlhl projects uiIW character, lliti w
do know If iiccunlarv hell) Is to bo ex
tended to uny one, It should bo to real
dentH llkotho Messrs. Eicholl". They
nro industrious men, and are regu
lor cabinet-makers, , utiddrJtandjBs
..l , . .1 I... a ti.
uiu nusiness in un us umiubuo
They know when and wliero to econonv
Jze, und will bc'iuru tolstldcuedi Wo re-
pcut, therefore, If the city has help to ex
lend to any one, It should bestow It upon
men like tho Messrs. Elcholl-prMtteul,
hardworklnir. Intelligent mechanic.
who unallured by promises of help, mnde
tlii'Irhomo nnionir us. and have "run
hi. Nicholas. Ifoltl. lan:h lllh, 1TU.
MZOIhbs. Mattoon: J I1' Kden, do;
Gen CurratiB, do; J A Cotluy, city; Ed
Walter. Tcnn: L .lame?. Union City;
IIukIi (lord, do; James Linton, do; F
Blako, Ky; S D Blake, Mist; J C Wright,
III; M Ileadmond, do; T M Vlnning, no;
RMItnail. Madison: W Klshoo. lilt B
Miller nnd lady, Mo; T M Hammond, St
Louis: M Adam, Ky; Jacob Mean, III;
M Maylleld Metropolis; M WeUs and.
rnmiiv'ii a i: ii irvimr. v joiin J'
Cocks, Va; Ervln Luak. III; M CLBalcs,
Mntoon : James 1J Hrown, Vlcks Lund.
Ing; Mrs Araho nnd son, Evansvlllo;
It M Heiisd ley. Union City: Win Smith,
Ky; N B Rudd, III.
Ti'dt.,iHriinln Jlotal ami aUiarn'
This popular and eligibly located house
of public vntcrtjtluiueiit Is now fitted
and furultdied throughout In good style;
nnd, under. tlio management of Messrs.
Walker & SUson, Is doing a large atid
thriving business. It is kepi upon thoi
Kuroncau plan the guest culling for
what ho wants when he wants It, wheth
er In tho day or nli:ht time, and paying
only for what ho orders. Tho rooms arc
largo and' clean, furnished with the best
of beds and bedding, while all other fea
tures of the establishment are arranged
with an especial eye to the comfort and
convenience f tho gucsbi. JaGlf
Blry'a Ilaklajr l'oster.
No article has ever been introduced to
the public in which tho component parts
entering into its composition are so per
fectly pure and to nicely proportioned
that tho same results follow with each
trial. Not only ! it chatpcr, but the
many testimonials In IU favor pronounce
It the best In use. Kacli pnekago contains
full weight as represented. Manufac
tured by Dooley & Brother, Nqw Tori:,
nnd for sale by all grocers.
Tk Hair Coloring- reparations llooir.
ed. Beworo of bottled dyes In the shape
of silver hair dyeaaud sediment fluids
They are all pestiferous and dangerous.
Phalou's Vltalln or Salvation for the
Hair, a perfectly pure, transparent,
harmless and agreeable preparation, Is
the only agent that will chnngo Kcy
hair to Its natural color without risk or
any dlrguitlug consequences.
4)irclc ln'tntms ItcsuiiKti:
From and after this date tho patrons
of the Eldorado Milliard and Liquor in
loon, John Gates, proprietor, will recelvo
silver change, instead or fractional cur
rency. Tho Eldorado's billiard saloon Is
one of tho largest and best furnished In
the city, and the bar Is supplied with Uie
choicest wines and liquor, cigars, eta, to
ho found in this market. marTdOt
Thoro will bo a moctlng of tho stock
holder of tho Cairo Planter' Tobacco
Warehouse Co., on the Kith Inst., at 10
o'cinok, a.m , at tho ofllco of Halllday
Bros., to -elect officers for tho onsiilng
year, and to transact other Important
business. J. M. Pnii.r.ii'jj,
March .3d, 1870dt lWt.
. m .i
Tho complotest stook of gentlumon's
furnishing goods In the city , U to bo
found at Miller nnd Miller's. It would
tea remarkable want, Indeed, In this
line that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at the wry lowest figures 'ruling in this
Hot bed sash, threoby six feet, already
primed ami, glazed, may bOjhaUJnaip
number1 desired' at 'No. 1SJ, Thornton's
JHock, Tenth street. matO-Ot
The patent' Awiitluj otfon'oxhlbl
Hon on Commercial avenue and Sixth
street., For particulars Inquire of Lofliu,
post office news stand. mtuOSt
A gooi milliner at Carbondnle, One
that lias somu knowledge of dress mak
t ing preferred. Address box 71, Carbons
' dale, Illinois. marl2d3t
Pitcher & Henry's largo fctooknif hardi
wure, cutlery, toolb, st,oves, tin warn, etb
will bo sold .without regard to cost. tf
Uakciains! lUnaAiN! A good suit
The general lino of polfcyjndjcatcd in
MayorWson'B"nvlrlrcsr receives our
hearty approbailbrir Tho- determination
tiiA powot of Mr. Wllsdrt or any other
man it) nqniovo uiai cnu. mo oruiu-aiioe-Ueclftres
that mtioons Khali not ho
kept.npen onlho Sabbath-day for tho
purpose; of retailing intoxicating liquors
'flint they may bo kept open for other
purposes, such as to furnish Ingress nnd
egress to dining halls, offices etc., in tho
rear, no ono will deny. Hence
when n saloon is found open
on tho Sabbath dny tho our
deu of tho proof falls upon tho com
plalnnnt, and beforo a penalty can bo Im
posed, the unionist be established that
f 1)6 salQon was open for Iho purpose of
retallipg liquors, and this can only be
done oil tho evidence of parties who
lmvtfWetrnilly bought liquors dt.,Vcfall
und paid lor them. Tho difficulty in tho
way is manifest. The individual who
buys tho liquor will nol, complain, and
nobody clse.can. So, we take it that, how.
ever much Mayor Wilson" may try to en
force un observance of tho Lord'fl day, In
this regard, he will not1 Ijo successful.
In tho purpose expressed hy;Mr. Wllsoh,
to husband the city's menni, to improve
her credit, ntuyp ncljustj , upon tho best
and most satisfactory terms the com
plications that havu grown out of tho re
uessmeut for1 street filling purposes, wo
neon continuation or tho policy luaugur
ated n year ngo, and shall, both as a
citizen and as n journalist, support him
more or lc;s zealously .as lie shall inoro
or less industriously pursue it. ,
-About '7 o'clock: yesterday evening
there was ,A,idUthrbance . .on the city
Wharfboat. that created, for Hie moment.
couslderahlo excitement. The porter of.
tho v?harfboat, u colored man, had just
returned from Vlllu Hide, sh n win i; evid
ences of Intoxication, The watchman.
making his, rounds, discovered ibis, nnd
observing further that the porter was at
tended by two colored women, that tho
hcdi had, not boon spread, etc., expressed
his dlsiatlsfnctlon. Tho porter rotorted.
when the watchman seized an earthen
vesivl at handi autlsmashed it over hit'
adversary's head. Thu. porter seized a
wash pan and returned fire, whereat the
women commenced rcrccchlng at tho top
of their voices, aud during tho uproar
three or four shots wero fired; hut by
whom, we are not sufllclcntly advised to
say. 1 ho negro has a mark upon the
forlwtadafHj, It is said, ,a biilletiWouaU
In the shoulder. The watchman, we uu
llerstahtl, is iWhurt beyond a few bruises
.. jr.T-riiiAir - "- -
We have heard two or three versions
of the affair, but thoforft6irigWcm''to bx
more generally corroborated than nnVj
other. 1 J
Messrs. Miller and Miller have hist re-
aud strlc.tiy fushionablb supply of plcco
goods, to which they ask tpcclal atten
tion. The lot embraces thu finest cloths
and caslmcrs ever brought to Cairo, nud
such a vurlety ofntylesthut all tastes may
be accommodated. Suits or garments
from thctc goods nro made to order In the
best manner aud latest stvlc. .and H
figures that will Jefy competition. I'or
pr.)of of (his they only ask to be put upon
trial. At nil events call around and sen
tho new goods. JanHStf.
Doctor Condon, assistant editor of tho
JontMlioro 'Gazette,' recently visited tho
Cairo public schools, and expressed
hluiKolf delighted with what he heard
and saw. In a letter to tho 'Gazette' ho
declares that ho never saw a moro or
derly school, or a more perfect plcturo of
'health tliaiMhat which glowed from tho
faces of our live hundred school children.
He correctly says that thTs picture Is un
ovcrwJiolmlug refutation of the slun-
ler that Cairo Is sickly.
UealdM'ft very" complete stock of tln-
ware, ('. W. Henderson, 100 commercial
Vvenin;, presents to the trade a splendid
variety of cooking stoves, among others
tho "Pomona;" tho "Veteran," tno
Oak," and the "States" the latter a
coal stove. These, aud any other
make desired, will bo sold at a small ad-
auce on manufacturers' prices.'.
Joe Cormlck, tho pioneer railroad con
dtictor on tlto lower division of tho
Illinois Central railroad, Is tho radical
candidate, lu.Centralla, for, tho olltco .of
,uu ui. t u luuiuau vuiiuuciur JUO
will do;" but as a politician wo hope to
see his heels hoisted " way up yonder."
Ceutralla Is sold; to her radical gods.
Tho now supply of silk hats Just rocelv
ed by Miller and Miller is worthy of
snociul attention nracntlemoii who wish
to purchase utiyMiliig'ln tliat Klio that is
kM Icily fashionable anij of UrpUclass.
manufacture. The supply embraces all
sizes; and lis to prlco nud quulity (satis
faction Is guaranteed: felfcstf
Mr. Mrtli Bnjyth, after, a.stay, o(
eral mouths. liitpu.r., city, proposes to.Hturt,
on hisyuturu toJreliuid sonietlmo, nest
week, .Uo is a inuik, genial geutlvuiani
jtnd has mado hosts of friends during his
stay, who will slneereiy regret to hear of
his IntqujleU departure.; , A
Tho County Court Is still lu session, do-
voting mostnf UiU4me tothottllowauco
of bills, etc A detaileir report " of tho
' Tho StrUlioias rBUllu'rd iIIaU:4s dne
of thalarKi-'st ami b,es, furnished in tho
and strangers who. lnauige nuuaru piuy
expressed to close liquor and beer. sa
niisCrU lie SahthHaV, weirojinriil Vto
hiuc'li'ror libncomho.'' halt Is not within
. We hcar.it statid that a wealthy firm
ritiro tented tho Tdno business houso be
longing to the estate of John Hamilton
deceased, for tho purpose of establishing
therein, a dry goods jobbing house. Wo
note thin fact with1 pleasure, for such an
establishment has long been a want in
Cairo that has affected quite seriously ail
other branches of our trade.
For years wo havo presented to tho
South a first-class grocery, flour, bootand
shoe, queenswaro and drug and medl
cine market, but wo could offer nothing
equal to tho demand In tho lino of dry
goods. We have, it la true, some of the
largest retail dry goods stores In tho State,
but have never had an exclusively whole'
sale house. Ah a consequence the custo
mer whp wanted a general assortment of
goods, would not. buy his groceries, etc..
in Cuiro, because ho would bo compelled
to go elsewhere for his dry goods. And
thus, the desire to supply all their wants
in one market, has driven thousands umI
tens of thousands of buyers past otir
doors to tit. Louis, Chicago anu uincln
The World Almanac for 1870, pub
llshed by the proprietors of the No w Tork
'World.' is nt hand, Itjjontalusa fund
of valuablo matter; the complete returns
by counties of tho presidential election;
a tabic of stamp duties; history of re
construction; an cpltomo of the acts of
congress during 180); messages aud
proclamations by tho president; popu
lation and crop statistics; record of pol
itical events, list of congressmen, etc.,
etc. For sale by W. B. Rockwell & Co.
Tho High School Lyceum nnhounco an
entertainment-for Friday evening, tho
16th Instant. Mr. John. H. Obcrly has
accepted un invitation. . to address the
society; several young ladles, expert
pianists and excellent vocalists, will add
the charm ofuood music to,tho occasion;
and besides this thcro will bo declama
tions, recitations, dialogues, etc., enough
to oonstimc tho entire evening. All per
sons, friendly to such organizations (and
who Is not?) arc invited to attend.
There area half dozen noisy fellows in
Cairo who ar6 vociferously protesting
that, if Mayor Wilson does so-and-so
they'll "go back on him;" "crush him,"
tc. Few men of our acquaintance
would be Influenced less, by such threats,
than Mr. Wilson. Ho 1'liot, by any
means, always right, but, right or wrong
when lie WiVf ho Is rlclit, he will "go
nbead" though the heavens fall.
One of tho balls fired during tho fru
pas on tlio wharfboat yesterday cveuing
took effect In the arm of tho runner for
(he steamer Continental, who happened
o 1m) standing In tho neighborhood. It
made an ugly wound, and the most dili
gent probing, It is said, did not enable
(he physician to And tho ball.
Wo hear It stated that Mr. John An
trim has notified the proprietors of tho
Cairo 'Sun that the ofllco in which they
havo placed their material is not for
rent ; that ho Intends to use it himself.
If this Is true, a removal of the material,
and a delayed Issuo of tho paper, will bo
Tho books, papers, fixtures, etc., of the
City Treasurer's ofllco wero turned over
toIr. J. B. Taylor, yesterday, aud that
gentleman Is uow fully lnstulled In
ofllco. A fine peusmau and a clever ac
countant "Haln'' will turn over to Mt
successor tho handsomest set of books
aver kept by a Cairo official.
Just received at P. NcfPs, No. 70, Ohio
Levee, n splendid lot of spring Caslmcrs,
Coatings and Vcstlngs, which will bo
made-up in the most fashionable styles,
and at prices to suit the times, a perfect
tit guaranteed or no sale. tf
TJliOj Continental Is tho only cook stove
with Blidtng oven doors. Warranted In
till respects. Pitcher & Henry, at 102
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
Tho Mayor held two caucusses yestor
dny one vlth rapmlers of the City
Council, nnd iho other with prominent
radical citizens. Tho result has not yet
CnfcAl'KST ai5 iiEST-Alrti. Whitcomb's
Syrup for children, Is sold by Druggists
fqr w3 cents a bottle, and is an admirable
preparation for infantile dlsordors.
Tho city. Jail contains throe prlaon-
crs'all cojored Thoy nro doing good
service, jusl now, by removing tlio mud
from tho crosswalks, under the Intelli
gent direction of Jailer McHale.
Mr. T. W. Merkle, ono of tho best
piano-tuners of tljo VVp-it, 1 U tho city,
and will, in tho fiituro, make regular
Everybody uses Winard Oil, and
Uarolay llro's. Bell it -cheap for cush.
l'utronlztl home Institutions: Buy from i
the Barclays. . .
'!' i - .r-1 ' 1 '
i "Youths' boys' and children's olo theni
at less than Now York . prices, will bo
sold this week, at P. Nell's, regardless
f cost. tf
- - i
OobdN;ews to suffering Humanity I
Norman'sChnlybeate Cough Syrup cures
Croup,, Bore Throat, etc. Sold by 8'. J.
Hum at. ff t -'y m7d6t;
Clothing fox the mllllou nt I?. NeQ'a
NorV&'oiiloi'fevee. The. best' goods In
itho city will bo found at this houa.e, If, ,
i . . .... I,, I,, I1"1
Good Calf IlooU for two dollars und
ReVeuty-ilvo cents only, ut P. Nefl's, No.
U, p.hq eyeo.' , ' At
"O ullooes, all, brands, at 12 cents per
yard aj,,JWUrdiouso.fy Jlanny 'e. dflt "
Some, of our readers complain that no
rcferenco was mado 16 itio, procession
that Wcorted" tho r6 nlns of
James" Smith to ' tho church
and cars. If these parties had read the
paper closely, they would havo found
tho following paragraph. As 'our paper
was nearly ready for tho press when the
procession passed our office, wo wero
compelled to limit ourselves to a fow
lines. Hero they are:
"Tho procession that followed tho ro
mains of Jimmy Smith to tho train was
oneofthe most fmboslng.of the kind over
seen In Cairo, Tho Arab, Ilough and
Beady and Hibernian flro coiripatile?, In
uniform, headed by tho Sliver Cornet
band, lead tho column, and ladies and
gcntlomon on footj numbering about 300
brought up' the rear. There wero over
400 persons In tho procession."
Mr. Connolly; of tho PaflucaU 'Ken
tucklan' dropped in upon us yesterday,
"bright as a May mornfng." Hols an
intelligent gentleman, a first class writer
and a nowspaper man of great experi
ence Mr. C."was connected with tho
Cincinnati 'Commercial,' in tho palmier
days of that paper, and contributed great
ly to its character as an ablo and Indus
trious Journal. Ho is tlio writer of tho
notes by tho way, recently published In
tho 'Kentucklan,' and, as may havo
been learned therefrom, a firm believer
In the out-como of Cairo.
We do not wish to obtrudo otir advice
upon the uew Mayor, but we cannot re
sist tho Impulse to say that if ho. would
havo a chief of pollco who would worthi
ly fill tho office, and give generai satis
faction to the people, ho will nominate
Mr. John H. Gosaman. A young man
of experience lu that . line, fearless in tho
discharge of duty, und with a private
character above reproach, he has pecul
iar qualifications for that important
The severe dash of wind that accom
panied tho rain, about ono o'clock to-day
sent a perfect swarm of shingles ,fly,ing
from the market house, tOro several
signs from their fastenings, and theat
encd for ft moment general haypc.
Sweeping directly across tho river, .tlio
shipping would have Buffered considera
bly but for tho protection afforded by tho
nnd the frent row of bull-
One of the greatest discoveries of tho
age Norman's Chaly beate Cough Syrup.
Hold by a.-J. Hamm, - m7d0t
JustIIkceivki). The Shoo Fly Klllott,
and Don't Dodder, Mo JLtts 4and Caps at
r.NefPB, No. 70 OIiloLoVetJ tf
A new supply of Calf Hoots and Gaiters
ust reeeived at P. NefPiT, 79 OHlo
ss i i iiiSi i i
Good Cotton .Socks, only 10 cents per
pair or $1 25 cents per dor., at P. Nell's,!
Foragood Heaver, Caslmere, or silk
mixed snlt.'go' to' P; 5? ctTs, No 79 ! Ohio
Levee. ' ! ' " tf
. I I I I ' l 'll .l I
Drawers ami Undershirts, nt a sacrifice
at P. NefPs, No 79 Ohio Levee. tf
Chill Cure. "It never
"niK jjest i.v USK" Kuders'.Stomuch
A;ii.t ff letters Ttuiilulu'g.oiicUliitoil Un tlwt pant
office at Cairo, Illinois, on Saturday, Ms it!; i:ia, 170:
Ailams, mrs, Clara 0,
llaldini, mra Karah,
Derby, mis II I.,
Hall, inr. H A,
Murray, mrs Iletiey,
Tlmmor, miss Kittle,
Allen, mrs Anna,
Hoi, mrs Mollir;
Poods, ml Annie,
Korisey, mrs llolmrl,
Laurence, miss Minnie,
Hlnyleton, miss Jennie.
Tsnlls, inNa Mary,
Wat kins, mrs Jane,
non, mrs Kceiis,
Walsh, niN Katie.
lluktr. M I.,
llticun, I: It,
Clark, Joshua A,
(inuidini:, J r,
Jioyu, e w,
u, r w,
iicardner, Ilwin W,
lodaan, Ilobt I',
Do Victor, Frank,
rre-lenstuln, I, X B,
Homes', Jas, ,r
Heller, II M,
lluiten. O M,
. Moro, John,
McCay. K V.
'Huglirs, Mike K ' 1
nerd, it i.,
Meara. I" O,
hn, Nimls.John W, 1
wwons, tv it,
Taylor. 0 W.
William, H 1 1,
INrtoaa calliug tor kiiy of th aU e IslUsra wllUayvt
ii lvcrtlsed letter..
llv Tlrtuo of un Kxecutlon to mo dire -tod li
the. Clerk of, thtfCimiiit Court of Alexander couiw
tr. In theHtata nf Illinois, in fuior of William II.
Krcsliidulli . If
" 1 ' II. Kreshmiidi nnn.nf.
lln ., ,,(.lnt .1h-l lr,;fcW,- t H
ro.,"aiii ufiaiust jonn-t-.'rasftary.l"
n Ihcfolluwinj; deseribeilprnitertr ' '
mbortd. 1 ouly .twa - iidt ,in uImIivm
seven (V) lu tho First Addition to
have levied upon I
to.wlU It Ituuib
thn city of Cairo, 0iJrM?anil4v'lilrfJr:tite of
llllnnla. Iniretlie Willi ullVlhe llMliravtilii.ii.lj on
said lot, tho nronetly,of Uiaajd Jiditij'j'J'asrart.j -,
fchicht shall orlerVtVnWiMUef'nrihV'sOhtlr.
.JRhetlffof Alexander rouify, Illinois.
westerly noor oi uie court noujo i;i uulrn, Illinois,
cn the 4th day ( April; A, lMJino, UtwMu Iho
hours of nlneo'vlook, A.M,k "Md sunset of saliL
riav. rnroasluaautuirV said ajt.'.iljtlfiiU O Cr 4 J r
fiated at Cairo, Ill.rjlarch U'UiMliT", s
Slsloof Ityinoli, Aloxnnilor County, ss, Aloxan
uer County Circuit Court. - x r t -v
Henry V. BennlnRhoir And JacotjUennlRlibff. fwrt
iier, Ac, lolnKlitiinii under th firm mtmwof.'.
II. V. & J, Ileimlglioir v. I'eter Zlmrrman,
talbirlnc Zlinftmnn, nnl Samuai eiMCl Taylor
and Jvlwln I'aront, Trustees, tc, and Jacob
hllno. On Mil to iortcloso morlg.igc. if'
lUMIo rntlee li hereby rItpd, that In pursnanrta 'J
ofmlccrelnl order entered In tho nhove oniltlHl I
camp, In laid court, on tho Twentieth day of Jan-' .
nhry, A. D- 1ST0, of tho January term thf-eof A'. Djf '
14'J, I, John Q. Harman, .Msiter In CI r;ry fof.il
anld court, win. on thn Seeofld 'Uay ofvAprll, A. IV .
1 87H, at 3 o'clock In the afternoon of i aid dij, ,
sellat patilla auction to tlin hlghcat Mdder",' foi
cash, at lieoutU-teU door; of tno court hotuolml)
the city of Cairo, In nald.toonty,, tliB.follnwlDsr.ij
to thocity of Cairo, in tlio county' of Aleiander1 1
and Bute of Illinois, lo-wlt: . . !'. i, J
, I-ol numbered Twenty-eight (23) In Illoclf Uaoi-V.
bered I'urty-Mght (ISJ nl known arMitejIgnMed ori '
Ihrt recorded map or plat thereof fofthcrwtm'all'"
and 'insular thn ttnuncnti .and iierditatsnt"tJ
thereunto belonging. . . .i
Matr In Chancery.-"1"'
Cairo, hi., MamU 8th, H7rt IAw3t ,;h off
it vi nun
siaieoi Illinois, Aic.Tnncicruounty, it,
... .. ...... . .. . , ii "
ucrcoumy uirciiK boun
matter of Rra.tu llatcom who, snev'W' '
J. Kly, htanoxt friend, r ThotwaaH- MeX '1
(llnncaa aa Ouardlnn for Kmarllln iidteomlmd'tT
i:iuarilla Uascnu. On bill for pntUioo. , (j
PnLiffl S&llr In herein' fflr-n. Hint In nnrsniinA
of adecrctal onler en.ered In the ahflTaentltlAl I
cau4e, In said 'eourt, on tho Sixteenth day of Feb. '"
riiar A.I). 170, of tho January tetm.Umeof, AJll
II. 1879, I, JohnQ. llarman, taitcr In Chancery, ft
tor kl.l rourt. will, on Ihp flii-ond daj1 bf AptllA. ,
1). UIU. nt 2 o'llock in the anernoon of m. , u.i J
at tubllo auction to the hlshest bidder for i ,t
raOi, nt tho sntithwcst door of Iho .court homo in .
inpcurci iiiro in vain coiiniy, no lallowiui
drsurib-il rfsl estate, sltusto In Iho' county o
.. u. Ill: l . '
Tlio vfiit half of thb northeast nuarfrr of
tlon twcnlv (20) In fwmhlfi sixteen flol aouth
ranffotwou) n"tnf thrttlurd principal meridian.. ." J
(neither uuiallaad sinonlar thotvnetueataand' n-i
her(Hiltamenrs, thereunto lielonplnK. t.
. Mn.ierln Chancery. ' ' '
Cairo, 111., March tth, A. n.lti70.ltd3tw ,
i TTACH5I EXT. ,. :,'rV;
Maxtor 'Illinois, Aletan!lr eountr, si. In thol " '
(Jtnicit Court of Alexander county, Illinois" 'n
ouoi wio oinco or mo,v.ieK oi itio Alexander Clr Mi
cnlt Court at tlio suit of the said llcnjamln !u. if
.iiiuu.nuii niniuji iiiousinio ui you (itoaaio l. voir 'in
lluinmcll for thosubiof flvt- hundred iollan.'an.itU 1
sides interest, directed to Iho fheritl'of said coun
ty toaxeoute, which said writ has ben ntnrWseTfntB,
br said Sncrllf executed on tot ten (IU) In llloclc
Twcntysoreii (37) in First Addition to tho city of
Cairo. Alexander county, lllluola.aalha tiroimrtt
of Mid defendant. .Na-unlcsayiiu,thosaw (i,Voo-.
Jllillimi'U, 1IL-UIUUUI. s4.mii irinvn.lt, u-1 niu r I
pear beloro tho circuit court of said county on tho
ilrst dar of tho next term thereof, to bo holden In
tho city of VMt). n toud r.oiinty.on lti 0M lion,
day In ths Month of April next. rIto special hall
and plead to said acIiou, ludxnuut will tm enter
ed ngalnt you In favor of said idaintilf and Iho
property uttach.-d, sold to satiny Ihs samo wltli
iosts lOlt.VQ. il.lftMAN, Clerk.
.uure,Jii., tiiruary iuui,tmv. i 1'f.niu.i
MiniiiA Pope, I'laiuUtr'nAlturneya. feb27wlt
rn ax notice. T
X " ' -t -
T6 Janfes-Mitctiel, the KetrI Of Ocorgo Ilutngar.l,
and alt others lutereti'd.
YouarnlKraby notHotthnt'atassWof UadVE .'-'a .'
tnn lttil'r Oitt.oiinlxatid W ler.'.Uxtsi r
fr tho war ls-.T, hold at tin court house in tlm
I'itjr of. (iilni,, county or Al-xandiir juut SlaUif(,
lllfmil7,'AnthoV.tU1riXawri yWjnfy Ktrt 1
I.ecaiiKi Iho piirchusiTOf thr-followInd described
property, tow Hi lnllioua n of Jarnas litChl);.R.TK
ilm .V Wof tho N K of Seo U in Town 15, llsuga in
West, -i'l acres, for Ibu sum u( l Ml, in,tJinanviHUU
nf GroTgo Uumiiard s heirs, hil7v.-)UiiiiUlo3kbiiW
Un. i iiilhacily of liiru, for tlis, um vt tii 3I..SHK
ami uiai me
and that Iho tlimi of rvdeiiiidtoh will einirnon
tho !Wth and soilt days of IsTO, audit noire
(Itemed Kt Hist time I shsll nrplj , for WdLi J
Ksetplotiof the aboTK descrilMif prerni'es.
Cairo, KobruarySlth, lH. fehtMltAtlw 1. a
J M. PmLLTPS1 CO., ' '
(Hurcessora so T- tt Jh'erldrliya A cf T3
iorwarulng- and Comiamlon HI
-vr 1, ,
Liberal' Advancet Modi gi Contldn
Vr prepared lo rewire ,'for or IWrvfard f.
lata buy or sell on commission." Ilu
io wiiii promptness. . . au
iii;uii i .s sai.i:.
ill rlrtue nf ASneM-d Hi.'-.itiftn in ,n. .tir...i
hy the Clerk of tho drrult court of I'nlsii tounly.
in Iho Ktata of lllinnls, fn firor of nryan Shau
neisy and against Klliabeth A, Vail, I will offyr at .
pubho salo nt tho south westerly door of the,
oourt home. In Iho city of Cairo, county nfAlox-
nmlar und htato of Illinois. 03 th fourth day of
April, A. I). 170, between tno hours of V o'clock
a.m. atul sdnsetnf said day, to. win f,ot number.
oil thlr y-elght (3) In Illoek niimbryd Forty.
i-creu (I) In tho First Addition to tho oily of"
Cilro, eoanty of Alexander and Mata ol Illinois,
with all Imrrovemonts thereon situated aa thn
propcrty of tho said IUluUth A. Vail, fur cash to
Ntti-fy said e locution.
i.oui3 ir. Mvinw,
, Sheriff of Alexander Coumy, Illinois.! j .r
March loth, U;o.iu " ; ' .
rilWO BALLARD COUNTY PARMSi
X I'OR HALE.
A Npleiiilltl CliniifO for Investment.
- TWO WKI.Ii IStl'ROVr.D r.lKMS
In north nallard,con(aliiinr about 105 acres each.fratms
dwelling house and all necessary out. houses on one. '
nf them: and a cnltaso dwellimr. slnMei an, I nn.,,r
Iho llnet tobacco lurus In tlio coiinly on tho other.
"PI ... .i r in . 1 1 n ti, ilm H.A., ,1 1 ,
M ... .... ... ..v ... ... .tni'v. IUIWI.U Ki-.nilijt iruiuil
of KeotiK kjr. le(n f partly a farllfy , f, ek rwttomi aid I
i:cry Aero or tlio Idiuu
Is ktiaceptiblo of thn nipst successful cultivation.
The farm j'lin, and will bo sold ncparotely orlnone
Fur term and farther particulars apply on tho .
prtwUesVir fd ' Z. W flUGa,
lllandfille. Kentuckr.or lo -J.
. . .. Cairo, Illinois,
March 3d, lK0-d.twtt
TATMKS ROSS, Prdpi'tdtor
OiiDoalto Foot of Eleventh Nlrcat.
Keep constantly oh: IiAmt (iiVirg, ifr'.icarrnjrrr"
d iMiQiiolu Coals, which will bo delivered In quants-
mrs in sun, in any pari oi inu uiiy. . mui
All Coiyl wrlKhed, nad full uieaurguaran(eed,..V
iriniv iriuii essri 111 mi eavri..
10 GAS CONSUMERS.
f. Mr. F, B Murrnv .,nar corner ,of F.lhth
street and ComuiweUK .nwnue.ilWs mipplled him
self with ono or D., Mullonald Co,' I.ifslllbls -'Meter
Testeis. . l'urtioa dl4.s-illl.l.lilh tlio iwWirn-
tn of theiri'eferi-aiiiidW'lMViHerirtoteinrtf'trir'I
muters are found true tho small expense of tlin testvi,
wlt he charged to tho parly c.uujs It; it the, mater
i 'oiind Incorrect, no rharsew('f u mada mylMI
A N T sftxnderu'iif'y'rJFJW,' 'at ots
and l.'ltv Scrm nt lAcenta on IIih ilullar. for al
kiuda of Mlinbar uiul'HuilderH1 Materials. ,
lHUHJtf - i Vii Wi-TIIOlt WOWP
i .m, .iiunn vn ii on numnvji. A.,i,E.
Nbtiro iMherehr clven to vuu tlin uf.l O.VAAlJ
neil Uiatawrltof Altaohmentliss !mh aii,lwrif
J .1 I M ' .' . 'II.- ., "
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