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DAD1Y. EDITION ,
THE TolJ.U iviunw.
T I.OBIRT JostM.
Ph j modpit lull not tmhfitl,
Kroe ii n'l eany hut nut bold,
1,1 ko en apple ripe nnd mellow,
fot too young anil not too ol J -
)!lf IntltuiR half rcpulaivo,
Now ndtaucintt and now nil).
Thtrs lnilclilcf In her dimple,
Tlicro l danger In her f yo.
6hnh.ii itii'lfeit hDliinn nature,
Sim Ii schooled In all lirrnrtn i
Kim hm taken her diploma
Af tho Mfalreaa of nil Heart.
She can tell the Terr moincut
When to Mgb nml when to smile
0, a maid U noirietimet chnrmlog,
Hut n widow all the while.
Aro you nail f How very aerloiis
Will her handsome fMO become t
Are jnu aiwryr Hhcl wretthed
lonely, frfendleaa, fearful, duinbf
Am yon mtrthrul J Jlow her laughter,
Hifter aoundliiR, will rioif out
Htm ran lure ami catch ami play ou,
An the angler dots the trout.
Tie old ocheloraof forty,
Who rue grown to bald and wlie,
Younc Ameru.lti of twenty,
Willi the love look in rury J
Tou mat ftritotti'RRll thn leotyi.
Taught by apld mee thu Fall
Ilnl I know a liitl v Wow.
Who oll.w(n and fool r'WJ all
WIM,ti:S A V A,
t tut u. iwittao.
The eld year aonlj" ateala awe,
The wood to ruiM turn;
The yellow ltTei o autumn U
Theinrh aweelij elwpi lite bltdlea a
open inn riijjinn uun
i t4"u,i, jKvt, nvn vungmiyit la,
I mark not e'en the Mftlhrr-Ml.
For Willie daar'eawa.
Wa nartad r the eprtnj.tliHe,
When tho valllej of fllenmoir
Were bright wTfoainMit UoaMin,.
but noo thn the Imwa o' ouvirnn
IW the hlll.Kle fa,
And I am d aHd lovely.
Ker WHIle dwir'a aw.
Itaeetna hut )tater-rs
When tunny a the ky,
We waadere'l through the Walh,-,
Where IllH the arMrfewa lie.
And. ha taeld me tlie future,
(V hi . jrani., hie tore and a'
Ami ajke me to remeinlxir
My WIHtawhao ana.
Three yearn are pMl ad urer
lu up' the actiu'a titaad,
fle left met' the rnnrnlnc
Aa tho whtte htp Miled frua load,
And my heart w mm! aavl hvary.
A I aw the nuntMUUt fa,
Utxi' tho trarfclmi
That lr my lot au, .
Though time, ni' iwitHwi foottiji.
May har axra life Uuom,
And fxateauld ae ao wear)
ThuHKh hl toten r malr may es)n
Wi' Intbedearauld hi'
I II wait tdl life l nly death.
Kor my Willi tit'aa.t.
In tho cold northern cotintrUa, by n !
prorijlon of nature the mountain atu clad In
The jirairlo of Northern Toxaj have beun
l.tcrally co?nrl with atrawlerrit thU irn
tan. A Yntjuoravr ((Joorgln) hen it atttingn com
petition at defliutico by roguKrly lnyini; two
egg at once.
A Now .lorjvy woman first thraihcd Iter
dn.liU r a lovr, Rml then told hltn to tukc
her and bohHiy.
Mr, (iilmore originally projioted to gut up
! is l'e.tto J ubile In Now York city, but rc
CtSvad the coM iuoldr.
Vhy U the IUnk k Kttslnnd Ille "Windtor
Caitln'' Ilot atue It hm for n long timo ben
tho nbodn of a great many Kuglith tovcr
Judge I'srrott, reported killed by Ku Klux
m Ucorgta, publlahtM a enrd dcrfylng hi. do
Homo of tho Southern jttrnalisti think
Grunt ninkwt a "poor party l'rwldont.' It
wat a deuced poor party to make him I'resN
A nice old jtcntleinnn who recently died In
G rtutmyj relieved hia ruiu(by.confeaalug on
h't denthbel tit tit he hnd poisoned ilxtveit
member of hi family.
Tho luporvlior of a .Mlstouri county liaro
voted thu well In tho court houio yard n nul
ance, and paod an ordir to Iiave it removed
and tho hole thereby mude tilled up.
1 How old ar you ' ultd a railroad con.
da. tor of a littlo girl whom her mother wa
trying to pat on a half ticket. 1 uut nine at
home but in tho rar am only ir and a half.
Gen, Uurlburt, of Illinois, appointed as
MIniter to ilogotu, urrivod at Wathingtnn
Monday, preparatory toging toCcntral Amcr
Ia on hi mltiloit.
A thief onterod tho uleoping room of E.
ltayinond, Cambridge, early Mmiday morning
nnd tol trilverwarc, United Slates bond and
other valuable to tho amount of $12,000 or
A telegram from-Salt Lake reports thaV tho
Houso Comntittco on Way and .Means spent
Surday tlerQ. (Thy reached Promontory
Alondny afternoon, whenco thoy go to San
Col. John if; Check, olork of lJoarborn
'uuty, Indiana, died -Monday afternoon. IIo
ha3 held many offices of honor and profit. Uq
tm a gallant and inoritoriuiis ofllcor in the
luto war, and waaimlvorsullyrospoclednmong
h wide clrclo of friends.
The nouapupeu of Sun Fi'Mieinuo iiavo ctj-
' d into a contract with tho Western TTnIon
Tcleni apH 06mpany, tbr thodslivery of 2,80
W 'i'ds of nuwu, per day, ovur their wire. Tho
n,'ijregate tost of thU n0w will rench $50,
( ' er unuiiui Thia i ft commendable cn.
soldier belonging to a oompany tu routo
"re nt L-'ortSnelliug, whilo lying at ltock Island
lumped overboard with the Intention of
drowning hlraielf. His wife, fltst discovered
hf-nintho water, called for assistance and
hor husband was with difficulty ro.rnod when
llfo wai nearly extinct
TRIAL OF CAPT. DONALDSON.
Tlio trial of Capt. VViilluru Ii. Donald
bon, of tho Hteamcr Great Republic, for
a, T .
inc inurucrut uio negro man nameu Atx
deraori, continueu to excite much public
attention, and forming, lu the city of St.
Louis, tho nil-absorbing topic of conver
The evidence upon which tho prosecu
tion en Icily rely iMthat of u colored man
named Lawrcnco Glover, who claims
that ho waa present, hanil-cuOed, when
Cupt. Donaldson entered tho baggage
room of the Great Republic, and shot
Tho defense have mado extraordinary
cxertioiw not only to Impeach Glover,
but (o fasten upon hltn the guilt of tho
homicide. Several witnesses were Intro
tluced who swore thai Glover's reputation
for truth and veracity Is bad, and that
they would not believe him under oath.
Dr. McKinley testified Mint a short time
after the killing, Glover cuino to him for
mcdicul aid, nnd gave his name ns Lo
told Mm that Unpt. Donaldson was guilt
less of the murder of Anderson ; that tho
muss that lead to the hilling occurred tin
rln i,' the Cuptnlu's absence. Other wit
nesses testified that MieCapt passed ashore
shortly after thu bout lauded at St. Loui6,
nnd beforo the report of tho pistol was
heard that signalled Anderson's death.
The watchman on the wharfboat to
which the Great Republic was moored,
suoro unequivocally that Cupt. Don
aldson passed on shore beforo the hour
named as that during which tho killing
was done, and did not return that night.
This witness was conlldcnt that the Cap
tain could not have returned to the boat
without attracting his nttentlon.EvIdenco
pointing to Glover us the guilty man ii
also found In tho testimony of Mm. JSli
za Rrown, the Great Republic's washer
woman. This woman says that while
the boat was hetweon Mem.
phis nnd Culro, Glover and Anderson
quarreled, that Anderson pulled out a
puekugo of money, whereupon Glover
drew n pistol nnd threatened to shoot,
etc. The witness stated that she had
forgotten nll.about this circumstance un
til about three weeks ugo, yet she ro
membcred very clearly that the pistol
Glover drew on Anderson was very
much like the ouo in court, which was
l lie pl.-loi fjlover claimed to have picked
up on tho floor of tho baggage room when
helled therefrom after Captain Donald
son had killed Anderson. Upon cross-
examination Mrs. Drown was not cer
tain whether the boat was above or
below Cairo when the difficulty occur
red, and was very indistinct generally.
Capt. Donaldson's brother-in-law, Mr.
Itarr, swore that ho never know Captain
D. to have a pistol like thut in court,
that he had not known him to carry any
deadly weapon for years. Tho Cautaln
wa kind and Indulgent to his men. Mr.
Utirrsaw him start ashore for the avow
ed purpose of golug up town, ubout 12 or
hulf past 12 o'clock, or an hour or to bo
fore the alleged time of tho killing; and
did notseo anything more of him that
night. Ho thought Captain D. had been
drinking, but did not sco him drink.
Thu cross examination of tho witnes
ses for the defense is evidently conduct
ed by the attorneys for the prosocutlon
upon tho presumption that
such of thu witnesses us arc not con
nected with Capt. Donaldson by ties of
relationship, are suborned; but nil at
tempts to destroy the force of their tes
timony, in that munuer, havo failed.
What tho futuro may developo iu this
direction wo cannot of courso say. Tho
trial Ih evidently nearing its close, nnd
will probably pass to thu Jury on Friday
Capt. Donaldson has to contend, In
this case, against u groat weight of pub
lie upinion. It has generally been uc
cepted as a fact that tho negro Anderson
fell at his hands, and should ho clearly
establish nn alibi, the samu Impression
will still remain upon thu minds of tnuny,
Furthermore, thu conclusion has been
formed that witnesses lmvo been bought
Into Donaldson's service that much
monoy has boon used, alikoin an effort
to deprivo tho Stato of Important testi
mony, and to buy fuvorablo testimony
for tho defon8o. The public mlud,
therefore, Isscarcoly In a condition to do
the Captain ovou handed justice. Tito
ovldencustands nearly as wnliuve stated
It above, and, If the Jury accept it as
credible, they can sjarcoly find the ac
cused guilty. If It Is credlblo ho was not
on the boat nt tlmo of the killing, nnd
consequently could have had no part In
W. R. Steele, esq , has retired from tho
Wilmington 'Indepondont.' Mr. Steelo
hua had twomy-llvo years' experience
among tho typos. Eight years ago ho
established the 'Independent,' and suo
coedud iu nmkiner it an influential mmr.
Ills successor Is Alexander Mcintosh,
esq., formerly editor of tho Joliet 'Re
publican.' - -
Gon. Leo, it is said, will soon writo n
lotter and announce himself as a sup
porter of tho conservative ticket In Vir-glnlu.
THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE
NEW CHASE MOV&VENT.
A movement has been commenced
among some dissatisfied Republicans for
pressing Salmon P. Chase for President
In 1872, and with tho auproaed Intention
of coalescing with theDeriocrats. Hugh
Hastings of thoCommercitl 'Advertiser,'
David Dudley Field, Thorjas C. Murphy
and Geo. Opdyke, are mentioned among
the parties intorestcd, alio, two or threo
meetings havo boon btld to arrange
A meeting was arranged for Tuesday
at St. James' Hotel, but there worn not
enough present to organize. Some who
went Into tho mcasuro at first, havo
dropped out of It on accoiut oflts strong
leanings toward tho Tammany Demo
crats, and a suspicion tint it was inten
ded to carry conservatiro Republicans
into tho Democratic ranis.
THE COMING ECUI'SE OF THE
On the 7th of August, next, we are
promised a total eclipse of the sun. It
will begin at sunrise on tho 8th, In tho
Puciflc Ocean, east of Japan, in latitude
thirty six dogrecsuud flfiy three minutes,
and the line of the tota eclipse crossing
into Alaska runs thoucisouthetitrdly
across this Continent, ending lu tho At
lautic Ocean oil' the North Carolina
coast from Beaufort attunset'. It will be
tho sunset of the 7th on tho Atlantic
coast, whllo It will be Kin rise of tho 6th
on the Pacific, near Japan.
A WONDERFUL JtEQION.
A wonderful country is that 'round
ubout Cobdcn, In Union county. Straw
berries and peaches for the million are
grown there upon tho surface, and now
great riches have been discovered under
the surface, of which the Union County
'Herald' speaks as follows:
It Is known beyond a doubt thatEgypt
has paint cnougti to paiut every houiu in
the State. Expert mineralogists have
discovered nn excellent article of stoue
paint, of reddish color, on the farm of
Dr. Ives, a few miles east of Cobden in
tho vicinity of Raid Knob. Thoy have
also found there, a good quality of white
clay for porcelain manufacture. The
proprietor, Dr. Ives, has had both of
these articles tested In St. Louis and Chi
cago, and pronounced excellent. Ho Is
now building houses for workmen, and
calculates upon commencing a brisk
v zrrrrrvrr rxr rrtra vrts.
The profuco to tho obituary of Henry
J, Raymond iu tho New York 'Tribune,'
of Saturday, closes with tho following
affectionate tributo to tho memory of the
editor of whom It Is said "he had no
While his hands were full of business
uud his llfo full of activities, the strange,
swift order camo to him to leave all this
fur larger occupation. There was no tlmo
to say his farewells to old associates, but
they crowd to say a tender farewell to
him. There Is no Journalist to take his
place: the epilomo of his power Is writ
ten thus. There Is no friend to tuko his
filace: the epitome of his kindness and
oyalty Is writton thus. Puro sunshine
floods tho earth this morning, and filters
down In mist of gold on tho cold sweet
suard of Greenwood, where his eyes lust
looked on It. Tho uoluen mist will float
above a new mado grave, where ho shall
He beside the lad ho loved so much. and.
shlmmeriiiK in tho sun, will seem to
make a ladder through tho shining air
wnereoti tlio anueis or tho Xioru shall as
ceud and descend.
Hii handa are folded on In brcut ,
There ii no other thought expreeiod
Than long disquiet merged in rent.
JAS. H. CARTER ON THE TRIPOD.
J. H. Carter, known In Cairo ns nn en
terprising baker of good bread and
crackers, is now engaged tho publica
tion of a six column weekly paper In St.
Louis, named tlio 'River Times.' That
ha has not forgotteu Cairo Is evidenced
by tho reproduction iu his paper of
several articles laudatory of tho place,
written by him and published whllo ho
was respected follow-cltlzeu, etc.; and
that ho hits not foigotteu Its citizens is
also evidenced by tho fact that he takes
occasion to mention by namo nearly
everybody with whom he camo In con
tact during his recent visit here.
We recollect Carter ns ono of tho most
liberal supporters of tho Cairo press, and
a firm believer In the poteucy of printers
Ink In tho furthcrenco of all business
projeots. Taking means Into tho reckon
ing, no man In Cairo expended nioro
monoy In advertising than this until o
James II. Carter.
Well, now that ho has mounted tho
rlpod, wo heartily wish film prosperity; '
that tho stcamboutmen of our western ;
and southern wntor, for tho advance
ment of whoso Interests and for "the
amelioration of whoso condition" he
proposes to labor, will enmu up liberally
to his support, nnd make thu 'River
Times' a llnuuclal success. Sond on the
'Times,' Mr. Carter. Wo will "Ex."
Tl.o Governor of Massachusetts has
signed tlio prohibitory liquor luw, to go
iutooU'ect July 1st. Because tho Purl
tuns look not upon tho wlno when it is
red, tliuro must be no moru drluk'lng of
ale, or beer, or whisky in rudlcul Massif
General Hurlbut is our minister to
FINE CARS THE ILLINOIS CEK
From tho Anna 'HraId.J
The Illinois Central Rallioad Compa
ny havo recently completed and placed
upon tho road some of tho most elegant
passenger coaches to be run between
Cairo and Chicago, and also to St. Louis,
that can bo found in tho State. Such
enterprlao Is appreciated by tho traveling
public and furnishes additional proof
that under its present management, tho
Illinois Central is one of the best con
ducted roads In the country.
Wo heartily concur with tlio closing
paragraph. The prosent management of
tho Illinois Central is liberal and enter
prising, and is theroforo, aiding greatly
In tho development or Southern Illinois.
The fruit trains placed upon tho road,
for tho special accommodation of.the fruit
growers of Egypt nover have been ronu
meratlve to tho company iu h financial
point of view; but the company, govern
ed by u sincere desire to to assist In tho
upbuilding of thu country, kept them
running, confident that the futuro will
bring them ndequuto returns.
The superintendent on this end of thu
road, Mr. James Johnson, Is pre-eminently,
one of tho people, active and
efllcteut iu tho discharge of his duty, and
controlled by a policy that will redound
uliku to the road and its patrons. Tho
tobacco growers of tho neighboring coun
try, for Instanco, can make contracts
here for tho shipment of tobacco to New
York at lower rates than aro secured to
the planters and shippers at Louisville.
Puducah or Evuusvlllo. and at as low
rates as are enjoyed by Cincinnati a
point several hundred miles In that di
rection. This a matter of dollars and
cents to the planters of tho adjacent
country, nnd u consideration of hluh
commercial couscquouco to tho city of
So long, then, as the Illinois Central
Company show, as now, an interest iden
tical with that of thu people a disposi
tion to nrosner bv tho nrosnerltv It cro-
ates, no long will it command thu respect,
good wisiies ami conuueucc or tne puu
lie and may thut be always.
Cnlro A M. I.ouU llitllroMtl.
(From th Carbondale 'New Kra.
One year ago, when tlio question of
subscribing stock to the Culro &. St Louis
tallroad was brought beforo tho people,
our paper preserved an armed neutral!
Wu nnM tint jMirMiiailn' nuraolf lo
oppose tuo ouwaru maruli or Improve
ment; nor could wo urge upon tho peo
ple, of tho county to saddle upon them
selves u burdensome debt. The crops of
the farmers hud failed, year after year;
their tuxes were alreudy burdensome,
and wu would not adviso them to an act
that would increase their burdens. Wo
simply opened our columns to a fair dis
cussion of the subject, advising tlio far
mer to study well beforo casting his voto.
Now, tho aspect of affairs is changed.
By a wlso act of the Statu legislature, it
Is provided that tho Increase of Statu
taxes over iliu ratio of Jboo may be ap
plied to thu payment of Indebtedness In
curred iu assisting the building of rail
roads, during u period of tun years.
Who, we will usk, docs not know that
tho taxable property of Jackson county
will bo quadrupled lu tho next ten years,
if advantage is taken of the provisions
of this luw? Wo presume none will ar
gue that lu resources ours is not one of
tho wealthiest iu the State. When our
caul, Iron, marble, salt, lead and otlior
natural sources of wealth uru opened up,
the cliango that will ootuo over the coun
try will be moro like tho result of the
magician's wuud than a reality. Wo
have u vast und untold wealth that will
spring from our mlnot uud flow luto tho
coll'-m of the people But how? Simply
by tfie building of railroads. Further, a
market will be opened up to one of tho
finest tigrlcvlturul regions In the State, or
even lu the world. Thoso who pass
through tho northwesterii part of
Jackson county admit that, with un out
let for the farmers' produce, Micro Is no
better country lo be found anywhere.
Tho best wheat in tho world Is grown
there, while nil other grains uud products
yield glmmcnsuly. At this time, this
section of country Is comparatively u
waste. Twenty wiles from uny market,
tho farmer bus no time to reiiuh it' In
summor or full, whllo lu the winter and
spring thu roads aro impuasuhlo (or
loaded wagons. To theso people n rail
road Is uu actual uccesslty. Whero ouo
aero of land is now cultivated, fifty
would be addod. Whoro ono dollar Is
now derived from tlio sulo of products,
ouo hundred would bo gained. Thoso
who have seen specimens of the beauti
ful marble that llos along tho proposed
route of tho Cairo & St. Louis road, know
that millions of dollars are hidden there
No such bullditiK stone can bo obtained
el-uwhero in tho United Suites. But
without transportation facilities theso
millions of wealth uro doomed to lie dor
mant in ages to oomo ns thpy havo iu
ages past. Actual experiment, uas
proved Mint the coal Underlying tho
greater portion of Jiioksou County is the
best known (o tho west, 'and equal lu all
respects to tho celebrated Pittsburg coal.
Iron, lead and salt arc known to abound.
With all llieao sources of wealth,
wheh would bo dovolopod by tho build
ing ofr illrouds, theru Is no substantial
argument why thoy shoul I not bo built.
Tho only ono usod a your ngo, was that
tlio pepio ttoiv not nolo to contribute to
making Improvements. Even thut ar
gument Is wipod out now. Tho peoplo
can lmvo ruilnmds now without cost;
simply iy asking for thorn. Tho provis
ions of tlio new railroad luw wo shall lay
before tin-peoplo nt length iu u futuro
iesue, m thut all may be induced to ac
cept of itsgoueious provisions. Wo shall
ul.-o endeavor to show by comparative
statistics that tho principal uud Interest
of, uotoit'y two hundred and fifty thou
sand, but three htimlred and llfty thou
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
sand dollars Cnn tin nnlil nmLr (1...
ylalons of this law without tho burden
being felt by tho people. Thoy pay their
State taxes; theso oro applied to the
building of railroads, or are paid Into the
State treasury. Wo beliovo tko people
will seo at a glance that thu expenditure
of this large sum of money among them
for labor would bo or great benefit, to
say nothing of tho benefits to bo derived
when tho road Is completed.
Tho county court In Its wisdom has
ordered an election, to bo held on the
sixth day or July, when the peoplo will
lmvo an opportunity of giving expros
sioii to their wishes In regard to the
taking of an adltlonal ono hundred
thousand dollars stock in tlio Cairo &
fat. Louis rallrcad. We hope and ex
pect to.eo an unanimous vote. Wo
especially appeal to tho people la the
eastern part of tho coumy. Wo have
already rnllrnnd facilities, and enjoy the
advantages oreusy and rapid transpor
tation. Now, let us help our neighbors
to tho same. Let us help them to a
market for their produce, that they may
in turn assist us In building hrlduos anil
making other improvements. Let us
asslstiu makiuguursumoug tho wealth
iest counties In thu slate. That which
benefits ono section of tho country so
greatly, cannot but bo of advuntngo to
tho entire county. Let us, then, go
to tho polls and cast a solid voto iu favor
Tho Chicago Spruguu Is an undersized
man with iron-gray luilr, rather thin, a
tuft of chin whiskers of a similar color,
a pair of eyes that glitter like carbuncles,
and a face which one would bo Inclined
to characterize ns unpleasantly rubicund
and spatty I IIo Is estimated to bo worth
Tho pull-bearer at tho funeral of
Henry J. Raymond were: Mayor Hall,
Admiral Farragut, General Dix, General
McDowell, Thuriow Weed, Judge Daly,
ex-Senator McJown, William C. Bryant,
Horace Greeley, B. F. Tracy, A. P. Stew
art, Georgo Win. Curtis, etc. Henry
Ward Heechcr pronounced a touching
eulogy on the jleceaied.
Georgo Peabody complains to Boston
that he wus "sold" by tho reporter of the
New York 'World,' whose report of a
conversation with the distinguish phi
lanthropist some of the papers huvt
Thu masculine females of Missouri
propose to hold u convention on the 0th
and 7th of October next, uud wag their
termagant tongues against the unfortu
nate males, and now! for their rights.
The war ticket, ills now uuthorltavely
stated, will be, President, Chandler; Vice
President, Butler. This would bo un
commonly knugaroolsh, pretty m uch all
Busteed is to be whlto-wushcd. Hols
one of the most dishonest uud meatiest
carpet-baggers in Alabama. So say the
Mayor Torrunce, of Cincinnati, recent
ly closed all tho Sunday concert saloons
in that city. Thu German population
were considerably excited.
Yellow fuver has mude Its appearance
at Key West, Florida.
NEW AD V J HITISEM NTS.
jrjWIWT NATIONAL BANK.
Tiveiity.rourth Itrport of tlio Contllf iou
VI K.ST NATIONAL HANK, CA IltO, ILL
Conllthn at rloa of buaiHCM, on Isihof June, lid.
llllla ret el ruble. '.
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I. P N. lluhe. Otuhler of tho Flrat National
Hunk. Cairo. IllllHM. do xolrmnlv aueur that the
nltoteatiitemrnt true to the, hen of my knowledge
nml belief. f. N. IIIJOHKS, Outlier.
Mute of IIHnoK, '."uuty of Alexander:
h'norn to aud Mihaorlbtnl berorouu-, thU!3ddit.v
June. ISnti Attoat H. It. It.VV, .Votftry.l'uUic.
, linnr.HT V.,MJI.Imt,-)
JQI1.N T. ltlWXIK, .Pirectur.
p. I1UUP. J
- - ?--"!-- - I ,' w 1 "T, f r
O UKRIFF'S SALE.
iodirw.ua by tlteUerk uf tueolreatt. eatutjot Atox-
At lrluuniwx;ial KMMtiHou ! oWr or mi
liiodirw.ua br tttettofk uflHaoietM. ttUb aiox- -i
under comity, i
uel Wileon aud
iider comity, in fhe HnueoIIImola, la attor orfcam.
e l. w ith one Ju
l.v kuiil unAnial
IKl OKRinHI U". ' 'lignum i .raM
John V. PI'rh, I Imietie . oinitWMM
al oxpeiite'ii and order oi aale tu proeeeu
to Mil tll fullokTini: I-- ibed prop -ily, i.' wit tail
numbered tlm v v i imd Hum . . i H7 In
bloi-k. litllllWi . I' 'is''' "' ll. lathe lirM iell" l
to the eity of (.'' ".i"i el" Alex... el. i uud Hutu Ol
ninmiu. ..Mi' ieill.niilUK mini ! - t r. I'l
n eertitin "' ol "l "l '" ,a "' il""-
I v ourt in fr theaaid iumuel Wilnoi), mid Again
! tho al " K""" ' -N ,."1'1 l,fl
i nfoiv-ai'l. mei b "! 'I1' I". 1" i;n ol ' UaoKiiig
v..- .!,-. I uiii ..n.i At i.ul.l . i.iiu at tin
door of llie i .iuit!iui . i.i l rli
rountyaii'l filo aforesaid, un thu iv nf-n
day of May, A.P.lses, ! b"ir-ofi) ;
o'cWk a.m. anil autiaw of ld i m OMb, tq
fv lad taeciitlon- , '
Puteit at Cairo IliiH 6lh Jov of May. IMe. .
I.ODIS II MVUltS,
mjO lwl shcrlrt of Alesatide.-oituty. Jll.