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NEWS OF THE OlTf.
TUESDAY, Br ARCH IB, J 870.
The Atlieneunt to.ituirroiv night.
Our-plny our will no doubt II II every
pnitof tlio Atheticuin toninrrov iiIkIH
to wIlnesH the rendition of Ihilwer'a urea
master-pleco, Itluhelicu, by tho Molvean
Buchanan trflunc. Mr. Jliichnnnn
till) cnniimiiv flint htiHtnln liltn. llio NOV
Albany 'Ledger,' of n lato ditto, tpeukH n
"Tlio serlcHor performance.", given by
, .tho Jlucjiiinan Company. durJiiB '
, wccK, nnvo neen aiicnoeti uy imnu,
nni.lnlln.. .t.ll n .....1 111.. tmmi.llRfl
till II IU
.1 .... . 'r mi I I... ....I.I .if Mr.
la ill i:n? II HO "I n 1
mum; jrc?uiii. mini: mul-u hc
Huulmiiiin. Every character which lie
tiMsiimcH hIiowh him to be traueulnri or
extraordinary ability, The company It
composed of ladle and gentlemen thor
oughly Ntudled In their bnslne, every
part U'Idk carefully anil truthfully reprc
Rented. A llrt class tragedian, with a
uplendld eonipuny ami mannlllcent wanl
robe, cannot fall, wherever they bo, to
call out, tho lntellloiit and educated
portion of tho community to wllnecH
their lino performance of the niot popu
lar or BhakKpcare'rt Brand tragic playn.'
Hunt tint! liooTruile,
The attention of tho trade l asked, to
the wholesale boot and nhoo houe ()f
MeW. Elliott. Jlavthorii, h Co., now
replenishing for the sprint; trade. To
the already large Mock, over .100 case of
boot and-nhorn-HUirchruetl ifrom't'tlie
New Knuland rncto'le.-. dining the lato
deprrnfed ntntb of mttiket 'w"JH arrive
during the week, Thlt otoek will bq
complete, and la by far tho largest Mippjy
over received byu'Cnlro house. The re
tall dealer of Cairo, ns well ns of the
j gowns' round-nboot, are Inyftrjil 'to eXiun
Ino it, as Messrs. E. II. fc Co., feel conn
dent that they have purchased on terms
that will enable them to furnish their
ctntoniersnnuhiinl bargainer!0 yl to.lhe
trade nt as low llgurcs as can he ecurod'
In any market west of Jloston.
Tattle ov lug State, County and l)ix
trl.Ct.SchooI taxc, must, If they would
save cost, puy them on or before the 2Sth
day of March, a on that day I (dial!
atari on my tour through tho country
precinct and Minll be absent two week."
Immediately on my return I Mini I
commonco preparing my delinquent
PenotiH owing personal taxes only,
must pay up Immediately, as I uni com
pellcd by laiv to collect them without
marlJtd Louia II.Myi:ih.
Ht. Nichotn lintel, lareh 16th.
J WMorchcad, Cincinnati; O Z De
'A. . Calvin Flovd. Clnclnnall; J D- Creed,
i ' - - i
London ; J R lluive, JJayton ; .Mb McCJeo-i
Mo; II IJ Husness, io; w n wnu u, Ky;
J Wcberhou.c, Boston; I I) Huydeii, St
rjiul! WnHolllwnv. l)u: M U Aveb-
Men. Canton,, Mo; Chin Vltlintonj T j
HwnM.'Colorado; H YateV', 7 Y-ttty; ,
Miss Alice Ualnham, Ark; Win (ialu
ham, do; J Fowler, Wnshlngton, I) C;
It'fl Lemon. Texas; Geo, II II M, Ala.
lulnc la Iliiliuiiir
Wo understand that Mr. Oeo. T. Push
lug.coutemplaten a pulling up. 'T ylako.H
nml nn parlv removal to Dublioue. Iowa.
lie will probably leave lo-morrow or .
next day. George hus o long beuii n
tlxturo of Cairo, and tho town eeuiH to j
"agreo with him" well, wo can
scarcely think this "new departure'' Is i
Intended to bo a permanent one.
If he could tell us how much Ico he
has sold during his long reMdenco In i
Cairo, ho will lay uu umier oKiigiiuons
for an Interesting Item,
I'nrlty Vcrus 1'oUloii. Tlirrr In an
much dlflerunco between I'lialonV
Vltalla or Salvation for tho Ilalr and tlio
illth-charged halr-darkncr, ni between i
tint Pool of IlelhoMla, that an angel
ntlrrcd, and a fever-breeding mud pond.
Tho'Vitalia U a crystalline lluld, without
aeluglo Impurity or noxious property,
nnd the naturalness of tho Miades it Im
parts to grey hair is uuoqualud.
Tho complclejt tvoIjnf Guiitleinen'H
furnishing gooiU In tho oily , Is to be
fou.nd. nJMIl'w J1"'1 MHi'l( sHin"1'1
bo n remarkable vt, Indeed. In this
lino that they cannotHntlsfuctorlly Kiipply
at the yory.lowost llgure -rullnn ln; this
Hot lice! Nntli.
Hoi led Witt,' Ihreo i.'ySIx reltrnl'reihiy
primed and glazed, may I'fi .htd liuiny
number desired nt No. 13J, Thornton'H
( . Block', Teiith ttrcot. ' mnrlMIt.
Tlio pntont Awning now on exhibi
tion on Commercial nvenuo and Hlxth
btrcet. For particulars Inqulro of Loflln,
post otllco now a stand. mniOOt
A irood milliner at Carbondale, Ope
that hassomo kuowledgo of dress mnk
In'g'preferred. Address box 7-1, Carbon
dale, Illinois. uiarl2d3t
'Th'i'St Nlcliolas'SlIlltlrd- Hall Is'oio
oftho largest and best furnished In the
cyiinWy. It latlieWirtttt Wplla'?ns
and Btraueera who Indulge billiard payr
lngf; tho present rush of
through Cairo, thd'frelght cars of tho L
C, R.. R. occupy almost every availa
ble foot of standing room, only leaving
lieru and thore,.nnrrow opening! for tho
I'll mn. ti, ...;. nf tlinan
passage of drnys. Tlirougl
ui-v- v i iiumihii nt v ....' w
openings near tho slono depot yesterday,
Mr. John McNully attempted to drive
his loaded drav: but nt the verv moment
the mule had paused tho trnclaho upper
upon the dray, ami smashing ono of Its
wheels Into pieces. Mr. McNulty
sprang forward nt tho lnstnut of the
collslou and. t'dok his hiulo by the hcatl,
else tho result might hnvo been much
more serious. The engine Was so far
distant yjnt its bell could not be. hqard,
nnu it is not certain that tho engineer
could have sceu the signal had one been
An drnys aie passing nnd repassing
tiiusi; uii;iJiUK uvij iijuiutu 111 tnv
warning Miould be given when thcro Nn
I...,,,. 1 II. n .In..
purpovc to close them up, so that
druymen of tho vicinity may keep ofi the
track, or cross it nt their own peril.'
Wnuoii lf Wajinltal ,WnOil I
Wagons by the car load and wagons by
the slunmboat. load, have been arriving
UI ami depnrllng from Cairo, during the
entire season. Wagons from Mishawaka;
wagons from South Redd, wagons from
Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan, by
the hundred and thousand pass through
Cairo to answer tho ceaseless demand of
of the South. AcrcM of ground on our
wharf nlnl around our depot, aro plldd
ten fet'l"-high i with -red nnd yellow
wagon wheels, nxles, tongue, beds,
etc.; and still they (funic!
.If nil tho wagons that have passed
ihruugli Cairo during the past six months
were placed, "single lllo," In u continu
ous Hue, they would form a train that.'
wi.uld stretch half tlio length or the State
I'. K. If there Is anybody heathenish
enough to doubt the above assertion, we
shall not so debase ounelvos ns to even
notice his demand for tho pro luctlou - of
During the' wnr n great number of
bodies mostly those of colored people
wiio died of small pox wcro buried at n
point about n milo above town, oa. the
the outside of the Mississippi levee,
jub'vemiently .dceji excavutloiis.were
made In the vicfnlty (y the removal of
earth for direct filling puptwes. Heavy
"rains hurt" floo'tls'TSinvirig vashed the
neighboring Btirfnco l-antl Into these ex
cavations, qiiltw a number ofcoflltH'hnvc
been thereby exposed Some of lime
colllni have breu torn open, exposing
grlnuluu fkuHs, and, In some instance,
the entire skeleton ol a human being.
U'lt need hearcely urgo that the com
tndfl'dit fcellng.-t 'of liumanlty, vto ay
nothing of the tlaugcr of disease
to which frequenters of tho lo
cality ant subjected) rcqulro that these
colllns ami their contents thould ha re
buried. Mere mention of their condi
tion ought to, and probably will, secure
tlu nc-eetary'Attcntlonv ' 1
Ills rnthih- 'diverting" to oberve the
plaiiulng uud man covrlng of certuin in
dividuals who have their eye and hearts
set on the shrievalty. They are, appar
ently, living wholly and tolely for their
friends, the poor and tho public, Biucc
It I reducetl ton certainty that tho col
ored men will have a voice In the elect-
tlon, they epeak very kindly lo tho repre-
During? tho present rush of freight
sentatlvesoflhat race, aud have more vcln'ck .,u , at the oHlce of Halllday
ww,od tuawtlmti anybody else In town. r0l 0 olect 0u.t.rrt for , ,.n,ulllK
They have quit ourln the 'Rulletlu' for vclirf a(ld l0 transact other Important
recognising negro stilfrago as an ttccoin
pIL-ld fHgttitl rcfu,lt to tlenouuce. tho,
loth Atnendtiient its the most monstrous
incaMiro of this wicked age, ami aro ns
slmllK'tliig tntym'selve'wltli HtirTounillng
circumstances with a facility to bo won.
tiered nt. All tho aspirants are not of
this chnractex; but. keep your eye on all
of them and you can s6oii discover for
whose feet our shoo is Intended.
Messrs. Miller and Miller have Just re
ceived uu unusually large, well assorted
and strictly fashionable supply of piece
goods, to which they usk upccial atten
tion. The-JoV.oiubruceif tUn, llucst cloths
anil caslmers ever brought to Cairo, and
Mich a variety ofstyles that all tastes may
hcacc.quinigdatcd.,i Sulla, orY garments
from theto goods are made to order In the
best manner nnd latest style, nnd nt
figures that will defy competition. For
jfroof oYhl8 'th'tfy only "ask to be"p"utrupon
trial. At all events cull around uud see
the new goods. jnnsMtf.
Tho chango of .wenthor experlencetl
last night wns extremely sovcro nnd has,
wo fear, Inlllctetl great Injury tipbilTtho
tho pttch,c5op. herO jWas qulton fall
ofsffow, heavy winds, and a hard freezo.
Tho surface of the ground was frozen to
Iftptli (it 'nil Inch or 'more,' playing
havWtf wW'ttio- eitriy v'et'iifloiiV'that
'li&if tieoti Uegulled" Info existence) by tho
Kllloti,' ilfnt'lt'ihii &"C1 'Mcecp tho
Into styles of rosettes. Tho recent largo
purchascsnf boots and shoes of all kinds
and iirlcoa,lliat:aru.uu Jiund aud arriving
daily, aro deserving of special attention.
Everybody isrvltetl.cll. y, h , j
Tho now' supply of silk hats just recelv
1 ed by Miller nnd' Miller Is worthy of
to purchnso anything1 In 'that lino that Is
. etilclly fashionable and otjirstto ass
munufacture. Tho supply embraces all
sizes; and nstoprlconnd quality satis
faction is guaranteed. feb28tf
Wo liavo conflicting accounts from tho
Rurroundlng country In reference to tho
peach orons. A Cobden correspondent of
tho Pralrio 'Farmer' euys that tho frost
!.,. . lf. .1. . I l
iin nub juib uiiuiiii iivuuuva 111 vim i. viuiii
Uy to light tho bugs for. J'er contra, n ,
ccntlcinan who visited tho Inmost tiroli- '
j - - - -a---
nrdsln that section, nnd iiiude a ncrsonni
examination, says that only about ono
! tl,lrl of tho crop has been cut olT, and
j tlint 11 Mr crop may bo coutldently look-
ed for. A Ccntrallu fruit-grower Inform-
! ed ui Hint in .Mnriou county tho pros
poets wcro quito encouraging, ns that
section had not been subjected to the
"warm spells" that had proved so disas
trous In Union, Jneksou and Pulaski
counties. Dr. Condon expresses the opin
ion that tho peach crop In Union county
will not reach an average, hut thinks tho
fruit will be of a better quality than is
ordinarily produced In tho river coun
ties less nltention Is paid to fruit gm.
Ing, but the usual crop Is looked for.
This Information, be It understoi.il,
came to hand during tho past three or
four days. From tho condition of allulrs
it-seU-up the ruin wrought by tlio cold
weather, snow-fall JUid freeze of lust
night, must he subtracted.
It was supposed, yesterday morning,
Hint a va)uabloox, Just lutided by tho
ferry-boat from Missouri, had been stolen.
The tupposllion was confirmed by tho
fact that thoropo with which tho animal
wns fastened had been untied, and the
further fact that n senrch throughout the
city gave no clue to his oxship's where
abouts. A notice offering $100 reward for
the recovery of the ox aiid tho arrest of
the thief, was being prepared for the col
umns of the 'Rullctln,' when a colored
man, entered an appearance with tho
property. Ho had found It grazing on
the commons, and having a shrewd
notion where'lt belonged, mndc haMc lo
F. E. Albright, Enquiry, Is still a so- I
Jouriicr in Union City, Tennessee a fact
of whlnu we are reminded by the receipt
of a pamphlet copy of the new constltu
JIojjVf'the State, which is to be voted upon
th'ciMlh liutaut. The new Instrument de
clares boldly for "State rights." For
Instance;. ''All power is Inherent in the
people;" that government being
Instituted for the common benefit, tho
doctrine of noiiTeststanco. against arbi
trary power rtnd oppression, Is absurd,
slavish nnd destructive of tho happluets
of mankind." And who says "nay?"
The "six milt1 house,'' occupied byV
Riley Dcltilue and family, was totnly des
troyed by lire, on Friday last. Mr. D.'s
lots Is estimated at $I,o00, not a dollar of
which was covered by insurance. The
lire is charged to the account of a color
ed man who hail uttered terrible threats I
against Mr. D., and who was seen lurk. '
lug ln tlie vicinity a few hours before tho !
Wltl nt ' M. Cllitrlcii llotrl
We want Immediately ono exper
ienced dining room girl, one llrst class
waMicr and Irouer uud ono chamber
maid who thoroughly understands tho
business. To such as can come well"
recommended and aro well qunl.llcd, wo
will give permanent employment, liberul
wages, ami prompt payment.
JtWKtr Wilcox J:(;o., Proprietors,
There will be u meeting of the stock
holders of tho Cairo Planter' Tobacco
Warehouse Co., on tho IRth lust., at 10
business. J. M. Pilli.i.lt'i,
-March 3d, 1870dt Pres't.
Just received at P. NefPi, No. 70, Ohio
Levee, n splendid lot of spring Cnslmcrs,
Coatings and Vesting, whloh will ho
made up In tho most fashionable styles,
anil nt prices to suit tho times, a perfect
fit guaranteed or no sale. If
I.s pants . Tho most Irritable and rest
less of those tender little household buds
uro charmed, ns It were, Into quloto and
sweet repose, by using Mrs. Whitcomb's
Attention ladles! Uso Norman's Chaly-
beao Coujj'h, SyjMI't ,.Cor coughs, colds,
sore .throats, croup, jWiiooping cougns,
etc. Sold by S. J. Iltimni.
The Continental Is tho only cook slovo
with sliding oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher.iA .Henry, at 102
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
Everybody uses Wizard Oil, and
Barclay Rro's. sell it cheap for cash.
Patronize homo iiutltutlops. Jiuy from
Youths' boys' and children's clotheo,
at less than Now York prices, will be
sold this week, at P. NefPs, regardless
of cost. tf
A bad, Cohl can be. speedily cured by
using ' Normin's Chnlyboato Cough
Syrup. Sold by S. J. Humm.
Dr. Wanluer nV occupies tho bulhl-
Ing on' tlio corner ot nevenm nnn
iiut known tin the Rlclook house.
Clplhlng for tho million nt P. Nell's
No. 70 Ohio, Levee. The best goods in
JhQ city will be fou,nd at thlsjiouse. If
Good Calf Root' for two dollars and
seventy-five cents only, at P. Nell's, No.
70, Ohio Loveo. ,: tf
"T1IKIIE8T IN USE"-
C&pt. Coulter gives notice, in another
column, that his low-bont, Odd Fellow,
will bo ready for business next Monday.
Bhc will' make Cairo lier headqunru
ers, nnd be hold subject to all calls In the
lltioof towing, Jobbing, lighting, etc.
Thcro Is consldernblo work of this kind
'ouo J ns vicinity, nnu h cnii, no
1 . tt
doubt, bo douo nta much less price than
heretofore, If It is nil concentrated on
the Odd Fellow.
No. 1 of Vol.' l.flf tho.iieyrscries of tho
Pub'l'fc Scliool Tablet,' Is a beautiful lit
tles sheet, and will no doubt be highly,
prl.ed by tho children for whoso edifica
tion and advantage It is published. It is
printed from now type on .French folio
post, and Is a perfect 'beauty Mn point of
typography. Tho children will bo sure
to bo proud of It.
The regular weekly devotional meeting
of tho Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation of .Cairo, will be held
this, (Tuesday) evening at half past
seven o'clock, In tho Christian
church. Tho public, and especially young
men, arc earnestly invited to nttond. Ry
order of tho Association. It
Rrlstol "& 'lllwcll, No. 32, Eighth
street, have added to their stock some
very cholco Orham Flour; "A' & "Ji"
Oat Meal, aud Farina; also keep con
stantly on hand tho various kinds of
Farinaceous Food usually soldi 'Iry (ha
Graham Flour. mnrl-IOt
Mr. Fulton, tho enterprising, propri
etor of tho Eyptlon flouring mills has.
Just completed an elevator that ndds
to the completeness of his mills. Thl f'
will account for the structure tu he cuir
on top of the building, thut has excltUtt
so much Inquiry.
The Hon. John M. Crebsls very attent
ive to our wants In the way of Congress
ional documents. Wo aro among; other
things, Indebted to him, for the regular
receipt of tho Congressional 'Globe.'
IUkoaixsI BAiia.viNjJ! A, pood suit"
of clothing for ten dollars at P. Noll's,
70, OhloJ.cvop. i
Pitcher & Henry's largo sto61c of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, etc
will be sold without regard to cost. If
Just Heckivkd. -TheShoo Fly Elliott,
ami Don't Rodder Me Hats and Caps at
IVNefPs, No. 70 OhloJ..ovcc. tf
- A ncwtupply of Calf Roots ami Halters'
Just received nt IV NofPsrNo. '70 OTilo
Ootid Cotton .Jjockvonly l cents per
pair or $1 2o cents per do.., at P. Nelfs,
No. 70, Ohio Levee. tf
' Tho County Court, 'after a eioii of
two weelts, adjourned this morning, until
court In course.
Foragooil Jienver, Cnslrm refi jur-Mlk
ixed'sult.'Kftl roO'. NcirfJfJ.L7nlOhlo
. ;.T. .' .Ill.ll I
n..H.n nml I Tm I jrlilrlu nt ii vncrillco
illlltlVIO ...... w ...... (
at P. Nelrs, N'o 70 Ohio Levee'." ' tf
Uso Ender's Chill Cure. "It never
Km- llubtnroil, MI l.imu, w J ini,.m iiiiii
I.UOV llrrtmm, no Swllt. ilo
lli'llfM'iiiplii, lo 1" I'i'uii, io'
trontlni-nml. do ImlUnii, ,fl , .!'
City nfClro, M,-mpln, -orJlli. trV.liHrs.
HEPAnTuhiw. ' ' '
Dsn Able. Columliti". Uircni, I'ltl-Uinr.
ftmlirr, KrtTi'le. Cliaiiil'ion, M I.on',
KniolUibln.on, cini-tnunti, fotui, on
J.uey Itrrtrain, .N U. tl. T Ijmii. o
hullle. rt.t.bitr, linliitm, liuUru.
The so-calletl "ground hog prophecy"
Is to tho effect that that nnlmal comes
out of his winter quarters on tho second
of February, and If tho sun Is shining
sufficiently for him to teehlsownshndow
ho knows there will he six weoks moro
of winter and he therefore returns to his
warm nest und remains until the six
weeks aro over. If the i-econd ol Febru
ary bo cloudy, he reasons that winter Is
over and so abandons his winter quarters.
This year tho sun shouo clearly almost
tho entire day of Feb. 2nd anil this morning-
six Aveeks nfturwnrds the; ther
mometor wns down to ! degrees, and
the ground covered with snow. Al
though wo do uotfbelIove thogrouhd hog
has anything to tin with tho matter, jt
Is somewhat singular that tho above
reckonings, are never known to fall. Is
this accident, or from philosophical
Tho river remained stationary slrlco
Tho.Mlsslsippl Is rising rapidly at St.
Louis, but tho rise is not expected to
amount to more ilian a fow feet. -
Tho Ohio J Jibing- steadily at Pittsburg
with nluo feet water In tho channel. It
Is stationary nt Louisville,' with se'ijen
feet in tho pass down tho falls. ,v
m The late storm was general all over tho
North aiit "West, and heavy snows havo
fallen whieii will causo considerable Hood
when the weather turns warm,, unless
,thpcliai)ge shoultl bo VQry( gradua,l.(,
Ru'sluess hero continues Itrlsk, and
'freight plentiful for all points, tmt-nbf In
excess r lounge.
Steamboat building promises lo,lo pr
rletl on very extensively thecomlngxcas
on, ns tniinago U short on our Western
rivers; : 11 r 'r ' I,',
Tin Quickstep la llitf regiilar packet for
Evaiisvlllo this oveulng.
The Continental leaves Hero this oyen
Inufor Now Orleans. '
Capt. Chas T. lilndo Is agent for the
?MTU AY NOTICE.
Taltfn up by tho utnler-lcned, W the orncrof
Twpiitv nllith &a PopM itffcfj.ji )lowcow, s or 9
ycr. olil, tier innrlt Is ncrop off tlio ictt car nml n 'in
ilprtiltotl tho rlRMciir. viub !! Ho horn-. Tiio
owner run rrcUmi her tit proTIng nrntiortr nd par
ing ohnroon. SllOlIAEI lVVD.
Jrhrcit nth, is70-tiirtf.2i "'.'rr'.y1"
CW TOW JJOAT.
The New Tow and Job llpntj
Will Ik? tcnOy to do ill I kinds of Towlnfi mil Jobtnz
On and nncr " ; J -
Monclny, 3VTn,roli saint,
nt Cairo nnd rlclnfty. W. II. COOLt'EIU '
DIKSOLUTIOX OV fOI'ABT
UKSIIII. .. '
Tlio copartnership In tho Rrooory hJcorr.mlS
(ion lti1nnn hcrctoforo cxltitlnx Iwtwcf n K. J.
UituJltl ami A.M. CnmlifT, nndi'r the firm hams
of It. J. A A. .M.Ctimlltl Is thin tiny ill.jolvH lr
tniitunl cotipctit. Din htinlnfM Mill be ronllnneU
at tho ol'l Mnii'l, cornet of Sixth utreel and Cum.
mcrclnl Avciiiie, I.y it. J, Ciltulitr, wild Villi irttlo
All ilctjtt owlnj; by tho firm, nnil who U attthoiiicd
to Collect all (lelitmlite therno . m- )
it. J. CUNWFT,
A. jr. CU.ND1IT.'
March 10th, U7i. "
' ' ut
On retiring from the tictn of It. J. A A. M. Citn
till!, Idttlrn toetprrM my tlifinks for tho liberal
IMtronnKc heretotoro IiIiimkI, nnd nalc for tt.
lnue, imJrr Itmcw oihir.ihl',n L-oniiiiiinncoibf
lhpanie. A. .M. ff.NDUT.
Jlarchiotlt, 1870 mnfl&iGt
ho it iiriTulDcd tjr tlio city Council of tho City
Htcttox I. That n mneliQf SMtlonitUI midais
idiiiiifdltiancofiitiUed "An Ordlnancoto adopt
the onllnnnf c of tho City of Cairo a rctliod and
coiliflril," of Ordmancei Xo, tsnuil 7landofany
cihur ordlti.inen whtth rcnnlre ery luitclier or",
lenlenn mailt In t .nciiyerinlrololakooutauy,
other lii-cmu therefor than the ordinary titer.,
rlmtiti lieenn ntitl whleh prerenta tho alo" or.
ioi! it.iutiil.le. fruit., ir, me. eonntrv tiTiliierJ
nr urtu'liiof Miy tit-acilptlon at, any uthor pnu.
iii.ni uu inn n him i Rroun'isuuriii- niarKCi noun,
r. mid th? fame nrn fiereliy repined. '
JOHN II. OHKUl.V, Mnyor. 't
pjirowHlMareli Mil. HOT martKllut ,
Ily rirtuc ol A Special Exectttinn lo me directed!
hy tho Clerk of ihn'clrrliit coint of L'iiUii county,
in tho Hlnte of lllinol. Infivorof KryanSUan
neyiid iitfa:nit Khrabeth A.Vlitl, I will offurnt
pnklm rale nt tlie iMiuth-wetiterly door of tho
iiitttt hou.e, in tlio city of Cairn, county of Alex
ander knd Mntq of llltnoia. on tlio fourth liny of
April, A. 1. l"TO, iKtnrcn tlm hoilrn of 1) o'clock
a.m. and imutt of mid day, tu-witi lit number-.
d thlr y-elRht ta) In Uioek, ntimhercd Kottr..
ferenftniii tho First Addition to thn city of
Cairo, vovDty of Alexander anil HIMeof lllinola,
witliall Inij.iorinientA (lierwu eltuated aa .the
propetty or the r,-MdAiuUtli A. Vail, fur cub W
mttnfy onid exK'ilK'rf.
1.0113 IL MYKn.9. ' !
PlitrlfVif Alexander Uftitity, llliuoii. :
March 10th. in?i.-wH , , ,
e ii lit tt
Ily virtue n( nn Fjtrcutloii Jo mn directed tr
thp ClerJf'f tliet'irt'iilt Cotirt of Alexander tonu
ty.lti thnState nf llliudlt.itn fAtor'fcf William I).
Ii-eihmuth ami IMuiond II. Kfffliinlli, Hub rf
rreihmuth A Ilr.. riiwt anlojl Joho.P.'I'rtiyfaxt, I,
hare lertedtipen lhtrbl!irlnR'det?r)t'ilpniperly
to. will Iit tumitered toeniy.tuo (Ui m lltoefc '
lu'i'ilrid furty.Kjmu (17) lu hiFir Additlpu to'
the edy of Cairo, county of Alexander apdtftnteof;
Illlunif, together with ill tho ImpnirefneiiW'on
raid lot, thti property of thn aaldJonill'l Tii 4 ,''
which I rlmll oiler at fiitdia ilf u( lio'oath'
Hoterly dour of tho coi.rt Imtiie tu Culrn, JtlLupl,:
i.nthelth dny of April, A. Ii. irelieUrrrtthti
hi.in. nf ulna o'oloi'k. A, M.. and atintutoi tali'
iU, furiinti.lOMil.sl) kjM exix'iitlou. ,,.i
fluted nt Cairo, lit., J!n h Udh. l:o.' ,
i.on it. MYi:nk ' '
WifrllTof Alexander County, lltlnnli.r
' ' '! o r v
Flttoof Illinoin, Ale---mlrr County, Alrxsni
lereoutity Circuit i. nt.
In thn inatterof The Ilium, C ntral Hall Itoid .
D.mlcl Held and William Unticr. On bill torn.
. rorrn vrudnr a i.eitu ' :
. l'iibU!jitlclf herchyclreiL'tha
of n dreirtal order rtllered In tho n
eaue, in taid court, ontho'JCthday of July, A. I).
i-w.ni me jiiij term uiereoi, l, Juiiiii;. iiurman,
Msater in Chaticery of anld eotinly.wlll, on Uiafe
eund dar of April, A. I). 1)70, at II u'tlnck In tlio
fiirenoon nf aid day. acil nt MiMie auction to the
i hlKheat hidder, (; i'.ih. nt the anilll-wei,t,iiUiT,tr
Ihni'oiirthnutn in tlioi ity nrCalio. hi Vnfd coun-
iv. no ioiiohiiia utftcruvii .real taiiic, aiiuaio in,
tlioc lty of Calm, county of Alex.indur, aud date,
of lihiinia. (o-hiii r.ut nitnilMirtd Scrinteen (in'
In Jlt'H'k numhereil Ouo (I) According to the re
corded map or plat Hereof, loxtlhT with nil iu.l
unrftllar the teiiementt tunl hrreditiimtniii thtre-'
iinin wlonL-lii(!. - i '.yl'jm
JCtllN Q, llAIIMANa
.MaMer in Chanwtry.
Cairn. III., March lltli, A. V. 137V,
htntoof llllnolii, Alexander tnunly, it'. 'In the
circuit Court of Alexander county, Iltinoi.
lleiijamln M. Munn r Q Von Hummed. At-
euniiiti Attachment, demand tUu u).
.Nidicii la licrchy Ktven to you the mld.Q. Von
llummelt llulnNritof Atlnchnient h heen aued
out of tho uttloe oftlieCleiU cf Iho Aloxauder Ur
ruit Court nt tho atllt of thn anid lleiijamln Jl. ,
M nun und arnlntt the utnlo of you the wl.t y. yji
lltimmi II for tlionim of lire hundred dollam, ne.
nidei. uiteri'tt, directed tu tho Hlierirl yf uut coat),
ty to execute, ithleh (aid writ hat heen returned
ly aid Wu'rirt'c xrcuted on Lot tin (10) in Ulock
1 iTcttty.jctett C.T) In 1 irt Addition to the city of
Cmro, Alexander county, llnnul,atliA property
of kold defendant. .Now utilcu J uu.tlie said U Von.
Ilitmmell, defendant, ahall peraonally ho anduii.,
pear U loru Iherirutiil court of rnld county on the
ill l lm nt ihu next term thereof, to he hidden in
tlm eli of fiiirj, in id county.oti the tirt Jlon.
dny in tlm Month of April next, rfive lull
mid plead lo Hind ,v t on, iudturnt mil lo enter
ed ug.iiiiat j on iii r..(.r of .ud iihiintitraiid Hie
pioiierty nltuehed aold to aull.fV the Mine with
!nt JUJIN i. IA1I.MA.N, Clerk.
i mi to, III., IVLrmity loth. 170.
MlimiA I1 '', I'lainlill ' Attorney. felii7irlt
To Jnmoi Mitchel. the heirs nf Ucnrgo Uttinsard,
mill ml oilier" intoientrd.
You ro heruhy notitle i Ihnt id a nalu of land ami
InwiilntH for the fcla'e, county and other taxet,
fr the. itnr Im.7, held at tlio court home la tint
city of Cairo, county of Alexiindcr andAtutnof
llliiwli, mi thn irjili uud .T'lli i oyaof July, IHm, I
lieiiiino tho putxdiuiier Of the follow in decriued
nroix ity, iwwil In tho naino of Jamta Mitchel,
ilm.N M'uf the.N liof teo UtnTown 1ft, llinso-J
Went, i'l acrei, for tho ailin of J I US, In tho turn
of (jenrgo lliimKurd helr, hit No, 'ti in llloclc
No. 4ii in the miy of Cairo, tor tut mimol S.'i 37,
tiliil that tho tuiio of redemption will exjnreon
thitlMhiuidautli lj of July, U70, and if noire
dunineU at that time I ahall iipply for n deed au4
iioatcMionor iIiuhIkii ilescrited premttea,
1 N. IIU.VSACIJi:il,rurhMcr.
1,'iiiro, l'ehrnaty Villi, lo. fuhdliitiw
UVO ilAliljAlU) COUNT V FAWM8
1 UK oAlil'j,
A SpleniliJ C'liauco'forilnvcKlruont.
TWO' SVKI.l. IWIMtOVi:i IMItMii
In nor Hi Itallnr J.ctintainlnc; about 103 acrea cach.frame
dwelllnshoitfe nml nil neeeKary out.houaca pn qne
nrtllcriirnnira'CrtttaRO direlllnB, atahleaand one of
the flnet liibneeii hnnu In tlio county on tho other,
Thee furiii' h" inthotlnett tobacco growing refiou
of Keiilueliy, tielng par-ly a fertile creek bottom, aad
well MHtered. t .( i ) V
I'.very Aerr of I be EjibiI )l
U atuccptible, of the tnnfl fitcceaiful cultlTatlon.
The fartiiK J ln, and i III to aold acparalely pr In on
bpdy, , VI I It. Jh,i.
Fur lertna and further parUculara apply on the
rromUeaor t, , . . , iMk lo
.... iw . at
rrialtd at lh ofi of tht Cilrt ftdlHtaj
f it nr-'-fif "