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l'lme. of Arrival and Departure of Mnlla.
(two l'it Oltloe, February 2, 100 )
. . iu !'' litrltiTi
(Tiiiio of I'lo-ing.)
North (tlimiU!" a:n.in.... t:v p.m.
North ("ay) !" P-'"-
Hwth (ihroiiKlmnil wny). 4:00 a.m.,
haiiiIi iMrrmihi A N. O.f.. 4:00 a.m.,
., 4:00 p.m.
. 7:00 p. in,
Ohio lllver route t-M p".in
MN'pi Hirer route,j
Ttieadiiys and l-'rld,i 0:00 p in.
Thursda) A Sfcttiinlaya.. 11:00 a.m
Theie, nooso larnuu unit
S.infnKn fi.OOp.m r rl, 7;0i)n.m. Nat.
eoluo Hlto roiitodcjflili'OvyydaoJtrpMmiiij!
Anthony Smith, is now prepared to reseat
cano chairs, in tho most workmanlike) innnnnr,
on short notice, at 'tho following groally re
duced prices. Common cano scat chairs CO
conts oach, arm chairs 7f cents, and rockers
1,0001,20. Thus chairs utterly worthless
niav bo made us sound and serviceable as over
at loss than ono third their oricinul cost.
Call on him on Eleventh strcot, between
Walnut and Cedar. 21
- ' 111 " - I I -
Then? was no police business before Ks-
qulre IlroM this foronoon. Tho plain drunks
unproductive ease, and a? nothing Is gained
by calnboohig them, tho police glvo them
tho go-by, except in aggravated instances.
In other department of crime there, isn re
The Southern llllnoU -Normal Unl veralt)'.
On Monday afternoon tho bill for tho South
ern Illinois Normal University was taken up
in the lioaae.
ilr. Hally moved that tho bill bo printed,
.Maurt. Smith. Hurnett and llurgess favored
Immediate action on th bill. Air. Phillip
WM HUorir opposod to Its passage.
The motion to table and print tho bill, was
lost by ,tru S3, nays 4H.
The bill w pal by yous -iC, nays 0.
This bill, having originated in tho rnnnte
wW now become a law as soon as it receives
Utt fOTMnor'i signature. It ii a rocognitlou,
although a lardy one. of tho claims of Kgypt,
and we nope all the good results anticipated
from It will Se realist!.
Cfearlet fletiuh. proprietor of the boarding
house A saloon on the corner of Tenth street
Mtt WaAlinttan l.vnue, 'and a member, of
th Arab Tire Company, died nl 0 o'clock
hut night atter an illm s of only a few hour.
At 13 M. be wis giving his buslne the
mwfl-tUDtlaii. HpparmHly wotl and h4trty.
If it a brother of our fetlow-ciUaen Paul
(J. Sebnh, druggist, and leaves n family.
The Arab jjjjro CoR)pny meet this evening
to arrange for the murk of respect usually
bestowed by that (VHnpaiiy uxn the remain
f daeeaaed members.
Those owing statu and county Uxw due on
pStrsoBal property, will save ewt by paying
tbeaameat one. The law is thus: If any
ieron shall fail to y tho taxes charged
gadtisl him nu or before the Ural duy ol
March, the collector may distrain his xronal
property and pruceed t sell the same.
CgJUswtor 1 ollioe at the court home in Cuiro,
Alexander county, Illinois. Office hour
from 1 o clock p.m. until 4 o'clock p.m., dur
ing this utunth. Lot'in II. ilvKKf,
ha.T,tfaad es-onVio, -:! toref Alexander citinty, 111,
Qara,lll., itar-hT iMSt-lw
The Jmllclbl Coiilral llrliirna.
The returns recvived by us up to tho hour
of going to pre nregivuh below. Thu re
mote trerinru in thi oounty may not be
heard from before Friday or Saturday. The
vsKe In Cairo m les than 000, dividvd ns
folloviat Iltkyr, 3 IK; Sluun, S43 majority
for llkkfr 105. (ioicondu: Sloan, IIS; lt
ker, tTnijariiy f-r Slwiti, 'A. In .Mound
City Stan's nmj.rity 1 I'll ; in .him tioii pre
aint, Sloan's majority U ; in 1'iilnski pre
We firppd hi during the progress of thu
tale of iUlU iu the market-house, and wore
Informed that .!! stall otferol. except ono
pnrelMMidby Cus Althousw, had been struck
otftotUcIty. It m, however, that thf
SMarketmuster eilectod a Mile of n sufficient
umber to kr up a very ronjxctable market
aorlnjt tim rtiuing vir, i, e. ifull thftctulb
old are oeoupin. Hill I.iiwronce, Y. Kline,
.John )'triu, K. lir.m-.iliur, Wald-inlth V
Oayer, rented uteatitnd. ,1. I. llolmct.,
V. Kuwh ,t AltheiiM-, ri'iited veuetubl
Stsutds. Tbeprk paid was, generally, $12
per month. ,
Now UitblHg of the latest and most fash
ionable style. jut received by 1. I.ttbnliig,
2io 10 Ohio Luvee. Alo a fluu vuriuty of
plooa goods, etnOraciiig the inoit desirablu
XMttorns. h 'I'kv exeotdlngly ndvanlageuu'
tertu uMn whieh IIimo good wore pur
chased, enublni .Mr. helming to fcoll or mau
ufHcture uletbtHg eheaper thnn any other us
toUiabuient in the i:ity ; and fur proof of thU
lie'weuld aik tho public to try htm, or call
unst examine the goods and uncertain price,
"We gave, in yosterday's
tills ol a eaitle transnetlon
llulliitin. the de
Ijctwien a Oolro
firm and a chisen of Columbus. Tho fet
v,ere iabtUhpd preclmjly a. fwo obtained thiii;
nut asan uiiiiH'eiii man is involved, wecin:er
fully make the necessary correction. It now
apjMWM that the cattle in question wore origi
nallvbo jiroperty of, upvldpv,' woman living
rffi.;i... . iji. Ai.i .1.'. . . t
iiui vMriHinuu. nun aoiu muni lo it man y
the name of 1'ayne, who, being tumble to riav
tbe full price, eiecutod a chattel mortgage to
the widow lady for the amount remaining
unpaid. Ilefore cancelling this mortguge and
without the wldnwtj, knowledge, I'nyne ship
jied thu eattlo for the Cuiro market, uud meet
jug uiuon en toartl the boat, a-kod for di
reotioiu that would triable him to di.po.ii of
thtunllfthe Wt advantage. .Mr. Giteoii dl
ruolssil J'ayuc- to Koth'.tr & Co., as gontluiiien
who, paid god irtoci for good, beov, and
here hU coiiuuciiun w'u thu mutter Liidud.
AN'e know none of thu purtie to tho trsyiiae
tion oxaept .Mostrj. Koehler k Co., and iMted
, no morQ, thai? vohdQrd. , Wo regret that the
riaiuo of an Innocent mall was involved, nnd
mike this reparation with tbe gteaVsv p)...
Mire. Hlouey .Saviill
Jiy laying your groeorie of.). Ii. AltKiuu,
wlfe-ltiei-i alnrgo ailil SJ6ttsalv pif best
aJtUly'SUpldiH, and olUoJioisi' tbe
obatpiMs 33 Vabln!iien nramie, p-
Th- Judicial Klrc.tloii Yeatertlay
, i Tho election yesterday passed oil very
quietly. A drizzling rnin tell during the duy,
which, mlded to n lack of enthusiasm, kept
three or four hundred voters within doors.
There wcru fully thrco hundred democratic
voters in the city who failed to vote. Tho
rndiciils. however, cntne. out almost in full
forco. We are informed that every registered
radical voter of thu lower precinct, except
11 vi, votod: and tho turnout of the members
of that party in tho upper prccint was quite
as full, lftherownsa radical vote thrown
for Sloan in the whole city, wo failed to If am
tho fact. Tho radicals stood bv linker to a
man, and many of them worked for him from
tho opening to thocloso of tho polls, with thu
most tireless Industry. On tho other hand,
Judge Sloan was, gonernlly, unknown nnie-ng
the rank and filo of tho democratic party,
and tho election being of no apparent impor
tance to them, the v manifested an IndifTor
enco as to tho result which is now plainly
seen in tho majority of 105 for Mr. linker
Tho vote stood in the Lower Cairo precinct,
linker, 20:', Sloan, 127; linker's majority, 75.
Lpper Cairo precinct, linker 146, blonn, 11C.
linker's majority, 30,
A few democrats wcro deceived by tho as
suranco that politics had nothing to do with
the contest, and voted for Mr. linker : but
thnt gentleman unquestionably owos hi trl
umph to tho fact that at least .100 domocrnts
failed to come to tho polls
hethor his success in Cairo will avail
him Anything romtiins to bo scon. At this
writing tho indications tiro that .ludgo Sloan
.llmili r In Sloililnril County,
1 lie fretiuent inuM'-r in Stoddard countv,
betray; a state of society that must seriously
retard tho growth and development of t lint
section of southeast Missouri for vonrs,
Deeds rf blow! and violunco, murdors thu
most oold-hloodud nnd dolibcrnte mark the
passage of tienrlv every week. A short timo
since a prominent citixen named J)r. Cnrnwav
was shot dead in his tracks. From whnt we
on ii gutliur of the facts in the case, it npenrs
that h gruitgc had existed bctwuon the doctor
and one Sam. T. lleh'on, for a long time.
l.Hst Friday they met nt a grocery in the lit
tle villago of Spring Hill, and after each had
paid full trlbut to the liottle, got into an
altercation. Ilen-on was armed with n
double-barrelled shot-gun. loaded heavily
with buckshot. Ilefore the bytunaVrs rea
lised bis intention, bo raised tbe weapon to
his shoulder, and Bred tl content f both
barrels into the left breast of thu doctor, lit
erally honeycombiag his lungs. Our inform
ant fulled to learn whether the murderer was
The town is over-run with beggars. Among
thetn are hide, hearty, robust men, women
him "-n who are aonuiiamiy able to
earn a resie.-tHble livelihood, and who are
poor because they ri laxy and shiftless.
Not one out of ten of the persons new
twgging from dour to door iu the city, is a
deoerving objret of charity. A few days ago
a man, woman and six children were on the
round', every member of the family carrying
ii vorv large and a ' very flltby bai:. This
family wa very itnjtortunatu, the father and
mother oiut!ng to their great broad-fared
tauglo-huired children, as.burdens legitimate
ly chargeable to the juiblic. They didn't
want food, but money. They would take
second hand clothing, because they could
oenvcrt it into monev, but thev didn't llko
to be bothered in that wav, and would lo
greatly obliged if contributors to thulr relief
would confine lhiuelcs strictly to cash.
When thy applied to u. th mother and all
the children were crunching oaudy, and nt
time Indulged in a game of "grab," that was
peculiarly vauperisti, as it displayed the chil
dren s great want of candy. "We sincerely
h"pe that this family will be provided n homo
in some work-house, unless Its members
go to work and provide for themselvw, as
they are abundantly able to do.
This thing of giving, iiidi.orlminutoly, to
pauper ! highly reprehensible, -t encour
age lnzintw nnd vugabonduge ; and not uu
frequently tho money Is bostowod upon tho
m'it unworthy and undeserving characters.
If our citizens would turn uwny empty.hund-
! fvurv niiiiiiCHnt tor nuns ma. comes iu
their doors, they would properly rebuke lazl-
ns and hiftlefin-s- nlii" times for every
singbi time they would full to help thu newly,
for us iiiuny as, or more thun, nine out of ev
ery ten of the beggars that infest our city
are the mint nrrant lniinbiiL'4 and uraceless
importer that ever trod khoe-jeuther.
Siuull Pin In Hit- City.
During thu pint few dnyssevurul new cue
of aiiiiill pox have developed thum.ulves in
the city, cliietlr aiuong tho mlred popula
tion. Due vare is taken to iolatu them as
oin us detected, and no feurs need bo enter
talned of its spru.id much beyond Its present
limit. There ure porhup, all told, not over
twenty enso iu the city.
In ttu connwtion it may swrvu a good pur
jmmi to uiiikn public the requirements of ex
iiting ordlnununs. liy toutinn 2t't It is made
tbf luty of the elty marshal to cause two
suitable placards to be pin ted upon or near
the building in which a small pox case is
known to exit. Failure in (his regard is pun
islmble by a (ine of not lua thun tun nor moro
thun one hundred dollurs.
The proprietor or occupant of uuy house in
win, h a small iox case hall mako its aiipuar
ante is required, under n penalty of not less
tl. tt: 2, to iiiukctho lactknown to thu mayor
or t'iiy marihal.
I!y section .'102 It Is mado tin duty of anv
practicing physician In the city, who shall
huTO a .-mull pox patient under treatment to
make i. i-rt thuroof to thu mayor or city
uiars'i i dnseriblng tho looality, ite.
Uadcr.ynUimiiuo 31 health olllcors may bo
upLini. ! whosu duty it is to tako immedlata !
rl .g'- aavl disKiiK of all cases found on tho
striin, i . J to act guuorally under tho dlreo
t ' h luunnor as shall lt be.t calculn-'
'leitko prevent the spread of tho disouso, A'c I
a stri '. couiiilianco with thuso ordinnucni 1
it the spread of the disease and in 1
it front our mhl$t. '
!ir.!.r iiachen dcr Cairo Turnguinolndo,
Vttli Mars, 18CJ, sum boneflt fur ;
' " IWch, In Soheol'a hall. Kmtrltts- 1
Rrlltf for Atezamtcr Cunty.
On this subject wo find tho following in the
hut number of tho Chicago Tost s
Xli U.V'OimS'ATB COUNTY.
The petition of Alexander county to th
Legislature for u remission 6i State taxes for
11 term of two years, though startllug to thoso
who do not know" tho facts of tho case, nnd
the renons upon which the application Is
based, is not without valid arguments to sup.
port it. The friends of tho bill allcdgo what) is
That the position of Cairo is without par
allel, Inasmuch as it is driven llko a wedge
between Missouri and Kentucky; ns it is the
uual bond of steamboat navigation in tho
winter and during stolons of low water; as
it Is tho point that the criminals coming from
tho South ilr.it touch, as they journov North,
nnd thu point from which Northern Jnll-blrds
take tholr departure as they mlgrato south
ward : It Is tin. sent of a lnrtro trnnsiiortntion
busines, for tho transaction of which n great
laboring population, chiefly of blacks, nnd tho
lower clnss of foreigners, is necessary;; and
that 111110111; these much crime, especially that
of Inrcenv. nrevnlls.
That undor tho present law of larceny,
whereby theft to tho amount of Alteon dollars
must be committed to send tho thief to the
penitentiary, tho county jail Is constantly
lull of persons confined on minor charge,
whom the countv cannot turn loose, and
whom it must support during Incarceration.
That while tho proportion of criminals tent
to the penitentiary front tho Stuto nt largo is
to the population, as 1 to 2,100, the proper
tion in Alexander county is 1 to 102! Not
five Dcr cent, of thee criminal is counted
among the resident Herniation, being coin
Ioed of as niiinss, almost wholly of the scum
of civilization which is constantly drifting uti
nnd down thu railroad and river. Cook
county, iu 18CC and 1P07, with a then popula
tion o"f 21 7.:i0f. bv censii table, sent 287, or
ono to each 800 people. Alexander sent out of ,
a liomuntlon of 12.20", convicts to tue iiumoer
ot lly, or, as wo have aid. 1 to 102!
That thu admini-tratiou of tho criminal
law, under thu condition of fuels set forth
nbovc. is necussurilv erv expensive. There
nre eight tonus of the criminal court annual
ly, and n largu hhare of the time Is consumed
in criminal business, the fees and charges of
which, wl.en nddMl to the jail estwnses (as
hardly one criminal out of twenty Is able to
give bail), swell the county expenses to 11
llgure, which oven we in Chicago, who are
ami -4o 1 ami to high taxc-, would regard as
That with such n criminal population, thore
is nucetarily a flood of patierism which
tho countv is constantly endeavoring to bout
back. A 0 htivo not the figure which repre
sent the outlay for thu pauper housei and
out-of-door relief; but u pauierism go hand
in hand, the imagination of renders having
thr- criminal stntielic will supply them.
That to meet the great annual outlay en
tailed by theae fearful facU, the county court
of Alexander instructed the assessor to list all
taxabb property at or mtir its lull value, with
the statuary limitations confining taxes for
count v purpose within our tnilh on the dol
lar. This was u necessity to keep the caunty
government going at nil, and, hence,
That the property of Alexander county is
taxed 100 per cent, moro than the average
taxation of the other countie of the statu.
and 500 per cent, more than thi' counties pay
ing the lowest tax ; and that ukui the princi
ple that wherosueh unequal burdens onnnot
be reuiwved by general legislation. If Justice
nnd Miuulitv are tho objects of government,
it should relieve thoso who suffer undor them!
Thi is but an outline of-tho casa that Cairo,
which is nil there Is of Alexander county,
Mukerf out. It reveals a curious condition of
affair in our neighboring city; but when wo
remember the chnructer of tl'ic business donu
there nnd thu peculiar iiluuiou of thu town
iu reft-rencc to the migratory criminality nnd
pauperism of the west, it'ousht to oxcito
wonder that this application for relief was
not i-oenor urged upon tho legislature. It
will be u "reatur wonder if, bcini: made, it is
not immediately granted.
(Tim St. Chntles Hotei, TioiUy, Mircli'J.j
,V Korimk. I.oui.rillc; K II llowitrd. .Near York:
T " M llt-lla,
w II Hliir, u; J ti nrnwn,
J II iMiuKttn is v. Oon;'; N Mnit( "
(S Wnnr, Jt w. r rai-ii.; i:t i'oHr,
W lUnnftl, nl l..,iii, II T lliox ri. "
O V llray, ' V M Wil.oii, Tenuj
J A Winursm, cttr: J Miwi, ' T cur;
( V, Wall, Iilu(iii, It 11 Kniiiil.uii, Inilj
11 v lifwiy. . in 1." 11 nirii, iiomoii.
I'ort I.lat for the ill Honrs Kmllng
Tsvo o'clock, I. 31.
Gen. Antltrkon Olum.i Win White, l's'lneah;
Mek MnvHo-tli, N. O : ahYilH, Nahllle;
nnU. luirn. Cm' innali; Jim Wataon, nt Ijinsi
Qulck'lvp, KxiuTille; Coniiiionwrnllh, N. ().
Don. Arxlervm, Cotum.; Wi.i. Whit, 1'jJucuIi;
N. lHismoiih.Ctnvinnatli Niishtille, Nshrllle;
KoW. Uuri,. X, u.i Jim WuU'iu, Trnn. Iluer;
(uirKiu-p, Ktantille; Conimnuwealih, St. Louis.
The weather is cloudy to-day, but no rain
lias fallen since a lato hour last night. A
strong wind prevails from tho north.
The Miti.slppi is still rapidly falling i.tSt.
Louis, but littlo change otherwise since last
The Ohio In about stationary at Pittsburg,
with : feut in tho channel, but Is fulling at
all other points, with four fnut In tho pass
over the falls.
Here the river has fallen about thrcs inches
sine hut report.
Th" Nashville brought no city freight, but
100 bbls meal, 70 do. flour and .'10 tons iron
for other points,
Tho Quickstep brought for 11. S. Harrell u
large lot of furniture, 1. O. Mercer, one roll
leather; Pholo & Stockllcth, 50 bbls whisky.
For St. Louis, 3'.0 sacks wheat, 74 do barley.
For reslilpment south, 70 bbls whisky, 67
coops poultry, 122 bales hay, 100 bbls fleur.
The Commonwealth discharged hero for C.
T. Ilindc, 3i pkgs; for I. O. It. Jt., 04 barrels
rloe, 65 ks walnuts, 20 boxes oranges, -iO bbls
potatoes, 9G9 boxes sugar and has a good trip
for St. Louis.
The Jim "Watson has two barges in tow and
Is going up the Tennessee river for iron oro
which ho will tnko to Cincinnati.
Tho Underwriter departed this morning to
raise u barge sunk about 20 miles up tho Mis
sissippi, The Wui. "White, Captain Northorn, is tho
regular l'nducah und Cairo packet this even
ing. Tho Arrnada, Capt. Ous Dusouchul, is tho
regular Kvsmsville packet to-morrow.
Tho Talisman, Captain Hilly Strong, is tho
rcgulur Nnshvlllo packet to-morrow noon,
Tho city of Cuiro, Captain 3lnllii, is tho
.Memphis packet to-morrow.
A telegram reports the lttith atill hard
aground nt Hat Island, and tho river falling
Tho Cincinnati 'Commercial' suys: During
thu month of February, 18C0, there wero 9
steamboat disasters, causing the loss of some
64 lives, a'here weru also thruu livamboat
accidents, nnd 4 stoamboa'tfiiou died natural
deaths, while two were murdered Diirlnu
tho month , two pilots had tholr tleunse" ro
I have discovered, says tho New York con
respondent of tnu iiosten courier, a rare old
booKsellor, who bollovcs In nothing and
knows nothing of tho authors and books of thu
present century. A frlond tells me that he
called upon him with "Have you Tennyson?"
"Certainly," nnd he produced a ponderous
copy of the sermons of Tonnlion, Archbishop
of Cantebury in 1C00. "No, no," said un
friend; "Tonnyson, the great Kngllsh poet.
"in over Heard or nun,' saiu tuo oooKseiier;
"I had supposed that Shakespeuro was the
great English poet." Well, there nro a few
old folks who think so.
"irtOH SAI.K Oil ItKXT NewcotUigis S room,
U cmlorii, out euiiinnp. inrro
lots corner Locust
ami Slxterulli f trrcts
OUKKX Oll.llKltT. At.y.
7IOH HAIK -Three ilesir.iHe re.ii'nri at lr
' turn. fr.'k.Mtr JOHN W. T1HIVKU.VCO.
I TUMI llH.N'J' Cuttaitn with Brooms on WaMiinif
' tlm aifiiuc and Tenth atrret. Aeelvo
WJlMlf W. W. 1 1IDItNTON.
I) One eixxl ".""rtsh" Homvit ami oii
Jlj;" ."avrjer. NonriutNo. 1 imn in-wl
Oilro CllyHaw MI'l.
7"AXTUI) All nn lfr founir Unlet, at to vts.
t t on tlieilMUr, mrnu Kiau m lmiiiImt nmi
V. W. TIIOUNTO.V.
,MI50 AND I'ADUCAII
Th" liK'it ilraunlit pn'fenger M'-Vunfr
II. V. MIUTHKUN - ...Uaclrr,
J. M.llKVKItl.V Clerk,
Willniako ri-t;iiler lUll.V TKII briwen (tiro and
IVIiii alt, li-avine Cairo esery i filing (i?unUyt ei
ceptedi at Die o'clock.
Thx Wlnlo i ..niirru t 1 Wich wit' lh.Ves Orleans
an, Ohio railrxwl, itml tlii ('MiHlrUJ and Twdi'mk
l'or frt ilit , r hi:t- aitplr on braird, or U
M. J. I1UCKI.KV, Ajp-at.
uiinr Cttiro. niiiiois.
w Urf.i', Mary A. Mit-hrll. I,y
N'riltirtU h- I'lcrrnlli U of Jiin, A.
11. "u. an, I
ri-i'uMnl ia !,. " " of .ivwla, on fill, A'., in
th,' r" iiiil. r 'fh if Al.' uui'l.T , "urny, lllinoia, ili.i
ony in rr lo llif Ulleraijpil, U'llliani J. All. p, Ilia
fllowlii ...rfl-H l, nenr r arrela ff haBal also
r'i -I iii Al, xuii'h r i ouni) . lllinoia, sis. Il Xo. Ihn
Mo. k No. vu , hInh. as I4iik liroi otw, inree, fuur
aii'l iv. , it Mrk lhr,- ; one. tuo ami Ihrr. in 1,1k k
four ; nnr, iwo, tlirw, foot aiot iir. In htork at ; avr
anl an, in Mna-k ai; one, luu, thrv. ftnir, Hse mini
six. In I4w k aeven ; one, Imo, ibteaj, ttmr awt as fa
Mick eight, nn. two, Ibrr. fuaraal vr, o I4'k
n,iu-; iir, !, ilirc fhur, Bsr. ami sis, in Uwk ti-n ;
nit la-mit rt of thr rouuty ilivieKMi of the vM lostu
oM'iul), and in action Hurt n, lonhi( nft. ni.
onuth riMf too vsiaiat of tho tbinl iirtrtrljail tnernlisusi
and alo I In- ihli- a-uar,' in anid Iowa of L'nity.aa
w ill mote fully war l,y rrfrrrnr to ttM of a.
loan in tio uelt r oi!a of mhI raxiniy. The
northoaat quarter of lh aoulhraat quarter, ofam-iion
lliirty--u. wmnbi nft-n,aoinh itmclwn fat, .,n
tattiing f,rtjr a r- A' pt in an.l rewrt not onr
qnartrof aOa're. m lii'lilttf lh riuire prair)aM aa
now an,l hTMfof u known itiiAtHl mi a aniall niiril
In Mud trwi) . alao, the north wratijunrter uf the mhiiIi
Met iiiater of m" lion thiili-oxr, in lownaltii AfUt n.
M,uth, ran on,-Meal of lh th.rd ni. ipl tnn l
tun, eonlafnlni; ftfty-otw a. rmand I-I0) aa acre:
kl.o thr futlowiuij ! l,,t, hm'-or pr-fl of
Uml in rttid town of I'nlty: Lots oimoii'l taoiu a.ur
aix, biiiaT Jwrt of aeelion tlnrty-aix. towii'hir tiii. t u
aouth, rnnsn two fal. nl.ft, a-known on ai l plal c.f
tn inof L'nity, lota oneanii iwu In awarr fltv, an l lol
four in a,inari' artrn, lot ae m ajur.' ten, in , I
Iomii of I ii'ly, the crantor rxprraaly alnl"n.i wi,
waitinit all riirht of hinieat-al exrmption. In iruai,
h0T(rr,that if itrrrtmn iinte cxe tit.-.t hr ai"Vilarj
A- Milrhrll lo lla-tiii, WilkTaon Km., f-t ta.-l.-)-lie
hundred o'ollar-. dated rrn date with am, il -,!,
and payaNe aixty iUyi frumdatf, and in n.l dewl
more uitii'ularly di'M'rilml. ahoul.l riot t ,-ll mi
truly pnlil h hen thu aanin Wame due and uj-Ue,
then the paid William J Allen, or hla legal rer enla
tlrea, nnahl, on Ihu reUe.tof Ihwhuhler of aaid Hole,
prixee,! to aell thn alane deat'rihed property or any
part therr-of, at pnhlie vendue lo thn hlKheat bidder,
ii liy the terma of aaid (Ired urn ,riiTiled, and upon
such a.du make, execum and delirer to th purvhaaer
or IU'hfter tiierrif deed In fee alni ln therefor.
And wlierena, aaid iioIh Ima luim aince LevomodUH and
jiataMe, and the aumof iMt nty-elxht huiwlred and
ihirty-tHo dollar and Iwenl) -lire centaof prinrtpal
and Inlereat now remain" due und unjMld oil aald Hole,
no. therefore. noIKe la herelr Kllen, that at the re.
cilieat of the holder" of aaid note, nnd in,Mruati, n of
the lrmi a,nd ron.l.tiona of anl ,l.l. I. iI.h U'.l.
1 turn J. Allen, undcraiened, will, on Monday the Mli
nay or Attn, ,. i. iwj, at in court nouae in thn city
Cairo, lllinoia, at the hour of ten o', I. k hjh., of i I
ay, pr.ed lo edl tlie ,rop. rty hereinbefore Uf
ai'ntx'd, or 0 rntk h thereof n. may la nereaaary, l
mtnf) aaid amount ao rfiiiaiinoK due on aaid note a
afori a.tid, with the aulwetjuenl intenatthal uuy w
crue thereon, and thn ro. -a und eipetite of llu Iru-t j
and will txf iiin and ilelitcr to the piiri-htaer or ir
fhu..era thereof a drel therefor.
WII.I.IAM J. AI.I.KN, Tru.tee
Greet! U (i.l'tt, sttorneja.
(iiru, 111., February 1M. marJdlVj.l
LINOIS CKNTKAL KAILKOAI).
Quickest Ituufo from tliu South
Nt. I.ouli, I.oula vlllr, Clnelnnnll, CIiIcoko,
ALL J'OLVTS XASTAXDXOUTJl.
l,aenKer trains armoat and IrateCalrna folluMt:
AIUtlVK-.'ll.-SO A. 31 1130 I. .SI.
UKI'AUT-Ul'4U A. 51 llOO 1. )l,
llotli trains connect at t'nntruli witli truiiiaen ihu
At 1'ana. llevatnr. Illooin'nut'in, Kt Itai, Im NiIIi1
.Mcinlut.'i, rrrcwirt, dulcna, liilirin,
ami all MnU la
Illliioia, limn, Mlnnraoln, llaaourl nml
And with linen running Iiit and Weat for
St. IaiiiI.s, Springfield, Louisville, Cincin
nati, Indlunnpolls und Coluiiibuw,
And at CIiickko with Michi)(nii Ontral, Mieliigmi
Hiiullicrn, ami 1'ittahnrK. Kort Wu)nenn't
(;iiii'ut(o llnllreuila for
WAMIIINOTON CITV, and
Vll Poiutsj Bftsat.
Kor Ihruuith tlekeia and Information, apply at the
Illinois Central lUllnmil Deiwt.
(Icnerid Pnaseiiuer AKent, C'hlruKO.
JAMKS JOIINnOX, Am nl, Cairo,
, HK.AI.KH IK
llutlcr, Lard, Kggs, I'oultry, (iume,
!n n Fruit mill VeKoltihlcs,
Iluyuiul tiruln on C'onimlaaloii,
l'Ayhth Street north mile) near Ohio lrvee,
3. K. FRONT, Ah'utt
No. 711 Olilo I.evee - Cuiro, .,
tlllOlCK VAItlKTJICU OKMKUU I'OTAToKri,
The Kurly Uuoilrlclt,
I'lio Kui-ly N'ewlanil,
Tile Lute llarrlaon,
AIko, iUI kind of Kdilt Treea, inch as
1'cucli. Pcur, Apple uud Cherry,
Itasiilirrry and Gtratvbrrry IMunta. Orune
lanAMtf Vlnta, Hie.
,i" a "'I T
INDE'S .dOLftJMN. li
ii u r II ! A T.
,,. 'CSIKl?llirB co.
I ' tf IIAIIfSAAT;
gJUAS. T. HINDU,
FOIMVAUlUNtS A1 COMMISSION
J. O 33 JNT T,
CA1R TIll.VSI i:it COMPANY
Tliroiiiti illlla r I.mlliiK ftlven to nil
oe-SI'KCIAli ATTKNTION TO l OUWAHDINC.
KMIMIIS AM) ST. LOUJS
: ism. :
Tho follow 1 lie lleata i-oiiiiI-o thin Line nnd Wi
run In the following order t
Arm at Cuiro,, Ami cut l.i.tu,
1 bua.n. 1 tr
HKI.I.i: ST. l.'iris, jTHfaalay, i.m Nsturiayl a.t.
liOr, Jlwiiefij 1
Ttiaraoay a p.tn , iioifiay, 1 a.m
Maltn, Maatof 1
MUinlar, S p.m Thnra , 1 a.rr
Amir at ta rt,
r'nLa.i , Inn
C1TV OK AI.TSiN. IWe4asVy,fiLM
.srrtpsr, .laMar 1 ,
MAHHIaK CITT, ' " ' '
,-, Maatrr; , I
MCBlCON, .Friday, i ja.)ni,-ini.'la lar
(tlak. Maater; .
MrXIXAKV, I " " I "
Ooaway, Maater;, I
M.KFOK-TTH, nudaj. I p.s.We.ii. 1 1
lUna-y, Master; 1
rkllahaa. M.r 1
Unftnerliogat M. leMIKWitli
.Vortlirrn Line I'nrUrl Coininnj,
K10U11U I'ui Ik I Conipuiiy,
Oninlin I'nchel 'oniinll)',
ard Vni loita Itnllronil I.lnea
At Mea In with
Mrintilila mill Willie ltler I'm I. el to.,
Ai knnana ltlr Pat Kct ("omimll J ,
.trmiilil uml t'luirlratou It. It.,
and .MIsI.liil .V Ti nnraare It. It
At Vi' k-laira ait'i
ViiSihi lllser I'nc Ui l, ai
VlrUalnirK und Jl 1 lilloii Itiillroutl
Him tlaougt, b't' la liaKnnd to-Ve. t
nomta by ra.1 or mer.
7 CMAK.T. MI.NKK.fter,. r,l K.
IftBre h M f. i i-U a'
KP Y. aiMSON, Tieket and wrairer Air-
jSf ASHVI LLK A .VI) CA 1 110
Ctjjf 1) A 1 1- V LIXLJ-toa
, Jj."3. Consisting of the fdlowir. ,
'il&'plendid passenger stenir.rrs
Maater j IJAltIi;it.. ,. X jerk
Maler I WtrOIn...- .. ,Citr.
,. Maater I WKIVIIIU .tlerk
UAVIH..... . Maater I 1AVIU .. . . tlet
Making all iNtormeoUU) Uudiua, aud K'"K ajc
nUenti-Mi to way taaafneaa.
till.ts. T. Hl.MlK. General As- nl
ivtil''M Grace 00 Whajfboat
QAIItO AND NKW OKLKANS
.s t 1: .1 .11 .s ji 1 1 c 0 n i a x y
CUMIMtOMISi: LINK TKAMKHS
3T 33 X?V OTIZ1BAIV8
W. It. AUTIIMt
I.AIlV tIAV.. ,.....
HUTU ..... ..
IIISJIAIICK . .... .
..lll ltK, Ma.ter.
M7..1K till.I. . ,.
OMVK IIUA.VC'1I.M ..
CJtlXT I SKS T A I. ..
(a HI. AT HKPUUIalU.,
... (il,Y, Maater,
, .nilKK.SOUOll Maar
.n 01. 1. IK Alllai: .
Comiirirlns all thu (liieat aiel lareat boata out of
One .f the alaivo line of ateatner ill leave Oair
for New Orleana ery ts honra, eonntin at NV
Ork-ana with Oeeitn lutie nf t-tmmrr lo
lalveriiool, New Vmh, lloatou, anil Calvea
1'aaaonRer and Hilppera esn rely 011 mi of tin
Uiata lentrinx Cairo Hinetnally a abnta. Will pi
iiartieiilar attention loall way Ireiirht below Mernph a
lo.NVwOrl.-au.. t'HAs. T. IIIMiK.
Oeneral Aatnt, (atlro
Olliee, on Wliarfl-oat, IMUio laindlinr
KI. K. SlMIN. 1'ua iter uii-l 'lkt Aftent.
Olliee, nt lit. Clmrle, Hvlel,
T,l KM I'll IS, "WIIITK HIVKK AND
1YX LITTI.L HOCK
i;MTi;iirTATKS MAIIi I. INK.
JOII.V II. DAV1H, rin.i'l, Memphis, Tt-linea
rr?Tak The splendid side-wheel
3IAVFI.OWKH. C'OMMKHCIAJa mill
lalllKlt'I'Y .No. is,
Leave Meinphia every TUKSDAV, Tllt'lLHIUY no 1
SATtMlDAV, at ft ii.rn., for White Itiver, eonneetlnKii
IlUVHll'a lllutl with thn Mempliia und I.illle Hock lUi
rnml for Mill" ltiH'k and Hot riprhiK. Time frci'o
MemphlH to Initio lluck, 4 i hoiira.
KreiJthta and I'aaaenxera reeeipted over tho abo,
Ifilio at lower ralea thnn anv other roiito.
CIlAS. T, IIINDK. Ari-iiI, falin. Ill
Olliee on WharMakit
JVANSVILLK AND CAIKO
-nfJZf' ",8'""nt? f tno following
cr.jjaiCspleiitlld Passenger Steamer:
DUHOUOIIKT Mauler I lOWfdUt Vh
l.c.neH (iiroKuiiduy nul Thiiraihiy at o p.m.
DKXTKIt: Maater (illAM.MI-'.ll..
Leave Cairo Tueaday uud 1'rnlay n( ft p.m.
Wl. A. 1.0WTII...Mater WIIIIJIIT
Leavea Cairo Weilncadiiy nml Saturday nt ft p.m.
Makinaiill intermediate Inndlnit", and paying p
tleulnr uttentiou to Paeket Krolhl.
CIIAH. T. HI.NlVK. r,fiier-