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M. Jl. II AI'.llKM., ASHOCU'lB BMTOIt, TUESDAY, J)J2CM5MIJKH M leua. Largo and small dolls and toy tea sols at i ). it CVh. u Pitcher & Henry's huge stock of h&tr. ware, ctitleiy, tool", stovtM, (iiiwan;, etc Will 1)0 HOltl WilllOIll rCgHHIjIo COSt. tf (Jcnls' shawls in (inillt'Mj varioty and at low prices Street. at I'. Nopfl. x0. 70 Lovee t'uir lur! I'lirt! If you wmit to buy furs cheaper tJiuu un-y woro evinllerod in Cairo, will call at J. Klelly's. JIt. has a good assort mi nt, whli-h ii will Hull vury low. If SutV'H fall Hulls ut ten dollar pur suit are tho best over oH'eml in Cairo at tlio piieo, at So. 7u Ohio lvoo. A sweet-scented young man, for wlioso HinlloHaud nttt'titlons the nice young ladies of the city wore "pining" and "dy Ing," left the city not long ago, In the fuco of beaut men to tint would liavo ut tcrly cimhod one Iums duturtnltiuci. InI'-anm. Muuh Milll-rlng to those ten tlt r little buds of the liiiuinn family might Ik- allayed by using Mrs. Whltcomb'H Symji. Hto advertisement In another JJccl.'i ditwlw. c SUCH a forenoon wi that of Tuesday, Drccmiier M, 1S09! Muddy tioetaund erodings, a cold, driving, penetrating rain; a heavily overemt slcy; .a dark t'lo my, hazy atmo;ihcrc! Kugli! The Sisters of the St. Mary's Ho?pital will hold their I'air md Supper at Mr. Henry Ilarrlt building, 122 Commercial avenue, (lately occupied by L. Jilum it Co.) for three nights, commencing Hoc. l.'Hh, 1S09. All nro lospcctfully Invited to ..artldpate. doclOtd The removal of our Job material f oru tlio first to thu second lloor has kept in in confusion, during iho past few day, "wornn confounded" by a procure of Job worlc. Wo aro now about Ktralgh toned out, however, and Miall bo able to attend to demands In the Job lino wlib greater di-patch than ever. The olllco Ih very convenient and cozy. Wo mention this as an endorsement of the good nonso ami persistency in us, tho local, that hc cured tho removal. Iiring on your Jobs. Wax-tapors forChrNmas troei; a lino as-ortmcut of candles, nuts, figs, dates, ralilns, Ac, Just received and for calo rhcatier lhau any other place In the oily J. II, Phillips opposite tho custom liotitu. , 3t We regret to learn that M.-, IIr. has left the Met-opolltan S..r company, now )erformIng in this city, for some other Held of labor. Me. lh,r was tho most talented and morltorlou. actor con nected with tho compii'ty. Tlio char acters that would havn been assigned to Mr. I'.arr, will, most probably.le aumed by Mr. llrownc, the manager. In that event Mr. llarr's true excellence will be seen in the contrast, as Mr. llinwnc is not, and nn scarcely hope io become, the Kjtiftl of M r. l!:irr, in Parr's peculiar Hue of acting Tho Continental is the only cook htovo with sliding oven doors Warranted in nil respects, Pitcher A Henry, at 102 ( 'om inerciui;a venue, cot. 12th street. novlfltf To those parties who nuy desire to ad dress .Southern readers the Cairo Dally and Weekly 'Bulletin' oiler especial Inducements. Published it the extreme .Southern limit of Illino.s, with Ken tucky on the one hand and Missouri on tho other, and Tennessee lino only thir ty or forty miles distant, and being the only paper published in Cairo, it finds wore of readers that no other paper reaches. It nleo circulate largely in Houthorn Illinos and in the Slates of Ar- kaimus and Mississippi. Of all this wo would have tlio advortlser make n note. Tim Nrri'Murytlilp or llio 'tisi 1 1 n t lounl Cum eutlnn. It will not hiirprUu us to learn, beforo t Ills number of tho 'llullotin' isdellvored toour city readersthat our fellow-cltlzon, J no. (j. Ilarmau, has boon elected secre tary of tho Constitutional Convention. Bhould this be the ease it will not bo duo, as tho Spriugtleld 'Journal' intimates it may, to the distribution of circulars or any other special ofl'oi t of Mr. Harman. He has dlstnbutod no olectloueerlng cir culars, and sluco the election of delegates has remained at home closely confined to lih business. Tho reacon for tho fa'th that Is in us Is this: Tno independent and democratic delogatos have mutually agreed upon Mr. Clws. Hitchcock, of Cook county, as a suitable- peson to act ita president of tho convention. Mr. Hltehcouk Is a republican, but was elect ed over tho regular radical nominees by democratic votes. Thus, by tho olecthm of Mr. Hitchcock, will tho northern par; of tho Rtato anil tho republican delegates bo satisfied. A hplrlt of conciliation and compromise will, therefore, naturally suggest Mr. Marman, democrat, from tho Fouthom part of thoKtate, us a suitable person to act uh socrelary. In this ovont, Mr. Swayno, of tho Monmouth Review, radical, will ho made assistant secretary, Tlio committees will bo equally divided between tho two parties. Tho printing will b given to the Stato 'Register.' Klegtintly hound Rooks for"tha Holi days' at W. R. Rockwell & Co., 08 Ohio Loveo. tjl.. The IVilU Al r.nnl MlflK. Tho festival uud supper called out a largo crowd hiit night, and theiu was loaiooly any limit to the enjoyment. I'ho hrlghtest-oyed, rosiest-chcolrcd joung ladles of tho city woro there, the l'oasautest married ludlcH, tho jolliost hibbandHl IJon't talk of Christopher Nibbles' oyster supper on quartor day l ! Ti?ro wero happier masculines at tho losnvai Jast, uigiittiian Jvit wuH,and hap l)kr fominhies than was Mrs. Kit. To nignt another gay uml happy crowd will gather; good tilings will bo dlspeusoil with a liberal hand; men, women and chlldrou will oat, drink and ho merry adding the while tomothing to tlio fund that is to bo applied to tho good of the poor, tlio Hfck uml tho homeless," Turn out, rain orshlnu, and ugain llll tho hall. The fow dimes you may part wJih will mako you no poorer In pur.io and a g;cat deal richer In spirit. e. Woiidciriflly KJmi. Thoro woro four or ilvo oU'endcm against the quiet and dignity of tho city, brought before squire Khannesiy Yester day. Tho duo punlshmont win meted out Jnihosqulro'tf uual felicitous stylo. lie has a place every law breaker that ho sends ;,'Wll,ChtIt1' PoU,d t'ot, I"" of the calaboose, under lasting obligations c"P0",lluV0H woro ,nduile(1 ,lmlur 1110 to him. His "syllabus" usually dlvesUj liisjudgnionu of all sevorltv. For In' sianco: "W o understand, young mm the; temptatlorn that bo?ot von We are all weak and liable to orient. Vou do not look llko n dissipated youog man. 1 ndeed, I amli - cllned think tliatyou did noti-etdruik of your own free wi1, and would bo gad loietyougo acqu t. Hut a I cantot. I will line you, not an a punishment for your oiro.o, hut as a warning, iho sum or llvedoMar.sand trimiulnirs and.vcxi um to sUi'id commfl ed unlll lino and costs arepald." lfiho young man has no monoy, lie is tikon (o the calaboose, all the while blctslng the old squlro for his good heart and amazing kindness. jiuiiK .-mock lor tinlo. City .Scrip will bo taken at par for fif - teen shares of the stock of the First Na- sm , fjm unch; 'n'ff 0 Hamliton, cornerof Twelfth and I'oplar streets. 1'rus.slan feather dusters at IV-sons ' .r ' Davli it Co. In Iiiicl. Wo have pu.chased the capital prlzoof Iho Hcude-hon laud ontorprizo, or wliat ii equivalent, the ticket that is going to chaw It, ai'd, not feeling disposed to va cate tlio tripod, will sell the land at ve-y reasonable figor', the veiy moment wo j ufaciucd by Mr. J. H. I'lilllips, of this como in possession. Thero aro suvoral f city, J fully equal, if not superior to the prizes wo Ih ?C7,500 that have not yot Mrsoi Cli lour . It has lino preserva been deposed of. As Mr. Kudd, on i' o , tlv pot les, c . a quick polbh, and wen il)oa(. lias tho ticket that will oo j, fu.dahtd at as, low ra.es us any other quite ps apt to d'uw them us our is io g00(1 lMcle can bo purchased anywliero d'UT tho capital prlzo, pe.sojs aiiytoui. ' , the country. .Send in your orders. iu ijcl'iiiuu euiuiL'iuy nun, hiiouiu CMl ou him and secure tickets. The drawing will lake place on iho'iSi'i I out ant. For Jsto styles of hats and caps co to I. Ner, Xo. 70 Ohio Levee. nullify Kvii?k rntp ? i , , , , ; Vic met mi Innocent soul yjstorday wlK) could not coocetvo.1 how t is wiat every moichaiit, J wuo aiivcriiscri in iiio liuiicttu lias the largest, bosk selected and cheapest aiock of dry goods; howovei'y milliner has iho most attractlvo and most fash ionable slock of millliicy goods, and how ovcy clothier lias the most stylish anil (he host assortment of clothing ! Ho Is Impressed with tho idea that our udverllseri uro given io exaggeration, "for," says he, "It is quite impossible that every stock of goods in town Is tho largest, and it Is equally Jm- poMlblc that every mediant Is under- f-e'11-g every other me'clmiu." Tho matter was at ouco adaptud to his powevs of comprehension when we explained (.Hit only tho loading, tlio clevi"05t,the most substantia' and reliable me'chmitsand business mon advertise lu tho 'RullOihi.' Theie had a pe "feet right to uinploy superlative c:;profrdoiiH. 'thoso who do not advetho furnish tho compar alive class, and such forlolu Individuals as unhappily cast tholr lots In other local iiies dare not iio above tho positive. "No further explanation was not consid ered unnecessary.'' First clafcs day board can be lecurcd at Walker and Slsson's for ?J per weok. Tho bill of tnro consists of of tho best In tho market, served by ex pert catorors in an unexceptionable ttylo. TliM.'rt'iit Ilcmlersou l'rlo M t Iiciue Auuln Notwithstanding our explicit language on a former occasion, we have had sever, al additional enquiries addrossed to us as to whether wo rcal'y supposed tho Hondorson Schemo was not llltoly to bo another "Paschal Houso" aflalr. Wo de siro tostuto emphatically onco for all that there is no moro similarity between the two than between night and day. How over much eonlldciico wo or others may havo placed In tho promises of tho men managing tho Paschal House concern, thoy undoubtedly belied (heir proml-cs and acted tho rascal at last. Hut in that caoo the public had nothing but their prpm i to dopend on. Tn tho Henderson ScliQino It matters not who tho mon aro or what tholr promises, wo liavo the law to bind them tq a fulfilment of their en gagements. Hut When wo' add to this, that the whole thing is in the hands of men of the highest moral and financial integrity and tho most successfull Hank Cashiers, It makes tho Schdme the sound est and most attractive that has been or probably ever will bo offered in the Unit, ctl Ktatcs, Tickets for sale by W.l.IluiH, agout, Cairo City wluufboat. 2ls. 'D A rnl) 1'lrc Company, mid Ilie linmico I (.'oiiiinliter. 1 Ii , nolico a series of "whereases" and 'Hves" by tho hoard of directors of tho ib J'iro Co., which I am satisled tho cIpiiHiit large regret to havo seen, as wi as the cause which called them foi. 'jattlio Finance Comniiiteo of tho Cf Cornell intended lonhargo tho Arab F'o Co,, through its Directors, with dls lniorabb intent in the presentation of Ihlr blf. cannot be for a moment sup pJl llo high standing of the indlvld uaJnem ers of the company and Direc tor, tireiiudes It. Ido lit indo so thu languaV' of tho roi't,mJ do I bellovo the Committee In teilled ll convey tho idea which their l.ni iiugolvoiild wa".ant;but in these d( -ge;.'ralo tnvn, when almost every bus! mil of A public character, na"oual, hJ.0 undibrpo.'Ule, is conujit hi llnau cl tnatto',tlio utiiio.it caro lias to bo cx ojisod bylall proper olllcors; and all I so of intuit in that ropo-t wan that tho ummlltoo !iOUld have full detailed '.alomculsoloxpomliturcB, which It was heir sworn duty to havo,and toeamluo gene' il suminlng up of "sundr'es." I t ust tho last'cjolutloti will not bo j)esjed; buttbutmoro dellbn-ato coun-solsrt-Jll prevail, and an itemized account, iu (uplioulo of bills on llio will bo pro- Ketitjd. It Is duo, flist, to the F nauce Contnitieo, ami secondly, to tho A. ab I ' ' wconuiy, louJCA.ao . I,,ro. p)mPanJ' wlioie disoandment woua be a calamity to tho city of Cal o, regiUed by all our citizens who lako g eap' ldo in tho company. Hut yet a cni'li' w,llcu clllzouscan live un- uvl """gu ThiHibenilau Fire Comnanv brought to atjve life undo- mentorshlp of I'rosl dcntrcHale, and tho Hough and Ready Khot'ompany, never in bettor working oi derives ample assu.-anco that tho city Is wd sooucd from the destroying elo- j,0j ! -v-,.l,i... , ,.i ... I ' X " . " Z 1 n humble cltlzon, , tHkl.l prl, e in U eUIro lire department ,JOlh innaWQ Uomu ,llt.u aml' eurd ')0 n,l!,ty lMt?'r r-'I)or's , 'il isohuions, hope that borti at tho "li'ojm: tune will be withdrawn and umenud to the satisfaction of all. 4 ISURX. Wriiug-Dosks, Work-.Voxes and Port folios ,t Rockwell & CVh. tjl. UioE'.'vntl'uiOi' J'asto Rlackini: man- Photograph Albums from 25 ceuta to $y,W eicll nt Itookwull i Co'a. Jl Mr. TiTiior, dealer in wood, loft tho 1 city Sattrday evening for somo other I field of nnnrutlnna. WlitMinr li lina g uio ntd when he will return we are not I(I ft cfJtJ(Jlion t0 Hiy. Wlien ,,0 lo(Jtlt0i h(J wm,,0U,,llCjis i0lld bacl: for Ule .nu. jotjnii Clicchrs, Chess, Cribbage Hoards, Dice and DiceCups at Rockwell ii Co's. ' tj Mr SanJ. M. Orr Is abont to re-otab-llsh his ctal yard at our lauding. It is his purpoi; to keep unipply equal to auy demand, and to confine his sales, almost (yxcluslvelv to Btcamboalmou. A grand ball will bo given by tho Cairo CasMno, on tho evening of Decem ber 117, 1S09. Committee of Arrange ments: F. M. Sroeicrurni, L. 'Jjiomas, Wm. AtaA, M. .SuvKitiit'ito, Gkouuj: La7Tx::k. Keferrbig to tho burglaries committed on Saturday and S iuday nights wo re marked joiturday, that they wero prob ubly chargeable to iouio of the Idle ne groes that Infest our city. The printers, uh they .otton do, made us say what wo did not want to say, by using the word "Invest" Instead of Infest. Tills correc tion made, wo are agilu tranquil! Angostura Hitter's, W. H. Sohutter. Sole agent, Cairo, Illinois. oo '-!5 2m Warren Weoms, tho public school Janitor, .Is not a little worried by tho ap- prohciihlou that sou'.u ono may connect him with tho larcory of coal to which wo refe. reil recently. Tho thelf is un doubtedly a colored man, but Warren Is not that man. No po-pon who knows Wa.Ton would suspect him for a mo ment. H'chiivo lfown him for years, and have tho utmout confidence in his honesty and integrity. Th mattor should not give him a sluglo moment!' uneasiness. Somo llmo ago a paragraph appeared lu tho Chicago 'Post,' announcing tho mar ritigo of Miss Putnam and Mr. Humett of tho Star TVoujie. Tho lady at once, and flatly, contradicted tho announcement. Lately a similar paragraph uppearod In the New York 'Clipper.' Thero Is no foundation ou which to baso such a ro. port. Vhy,thou, does Its author persist in its publication? Evidently to Injuro either Miss Putnam or Mr. Huruett to Injuro Miss Putnam by robbing her of tho attraction which draws the public to a beautiful unmarried aotross, or elso to In juro Mr. Huruett by making his position in tho company disagreeable If tho shaft is aimed at tho lady, tho archer merits tho bow string; and Ifut Mr. Hur nott, tho man who twangs tho bow ha probably v business object In vlow wishes a cleav lie! and, like tho Turk, nowvalm rhls 'one; New slock,' or Hohenilau Chinas mid fancy good at 1'. D. t Co's. tf Dflitjs nro Dangerous. Mothers, as you lovo your oflsprlng, don't fall touso Mm. Whitcomb's Syrup for soothing children. Rood the adver tisement In another column. dec7 difcwlw A full supply at Rlelly's, and golug of! at actual cost. tf Alaska boots for sale at P. NefPs, No. 70 Ohio I.0VC0. Tlio most popular boots In markot. New stylo double-breasted sack coats Just received at P. NefPs, No. 70 Ohio JiOVCO. Firt'Cla98hiy board at Walker it SIs on's restaurant, ut ?o per week. tf Everything that can bo in unyfound dry goods houso In tho city, can bo se cured at P. Rlelly's at cost prico or les., as he Is determined to closo out. tf. A well selected stock of juvonllo and Toy Hoolw at Rockwell & Co's. tjl Sholl oysters, game, etc., cau always bo secured at Walkor & Slsson's restau rant. Nov 2 tf HiihIiichs limine for Item. That eligibly situated business houso No. S Thornton's block, Tenth street, is for rent. Apply ou tho premises. OclOtf " Pocket Diaries for 1870 at Rsckwell t Co's. tjl P. Rlolly has a large stock of hats, which will be sold at Now York whole talo prices. tf . m For Kent. Fine two sto:y brick rcsldenco. Ap ply to Thomas Okkkn & Ai.m:k. nov 27 tf 03 Ohio Lovne. Hcautlful Chiomos' at W. H. Rock well it Co.'s 09 Ohio Lovco. tjl. Grecian Rend Caps, the latest stylo In the City, for sale at P. NefPs No. 73 Ohio Lovee, at low prices. Call slid see thorn. No troublo to show goods at this store. Calf boots at $3,75 at P. Nell's No. 70 Ohio Levee. Tliorwaldsen's Celebrated Has-Rellefs of the Four Seasons, Night and Morning at Rockwell & Co's. tjl GIove-Boxei, Hiindkercliief-Hoxes, Jewel Cases, Card Cases and Lady's Com panion at Rotkwcll it Co's. tjl Howlo knlviJ, pistols and revolvers. A full stock Just received at Petor NefPs No. 70 Ohb Levee. Pookot pis tols ?3,00 eadi, howlo knives $1,00. Craudall'i and Hill's, Alphabet Hlocks at Rockwol & Co's. tjl. (iciilliinrii'M WliHor :iollilnc;. Tho mugtlficont stock of winter cloth ing at Miller & Miller's challenges vory general adulrutlon. Tholr overcoats range from tbe finest beaver to the coars est blanket till very cheap when tho quality and mako are considered. The business and vires coat, In varioty and btyle, nro adapted to all tastes. Pants, vests, underwoir, rurnlshlng goods, cau bo found nowhere In tho city In greater abundance, of more fashionable and du rable make, or at more reasonable prices. A splendid assortment piece goods has Justboen received, which, with tho for mer supply makes that department very complete. If, therefore, you would dress In style, got tho most for your moiicy, go to Miller it Miller's. tf. Everything hi tho Hook and Station cry Lino can always be found at W. H. Rockwell & Co.'s OS Ohio Lovoe. tjl. Go and soo the gieclau bend caps at P. NofPs, No. 70 Ohio Levee. I'lit'ii Wltlili; CiooiSs. The completest fct'ich of gontlemen's furnishing goods in tho city , Is to bo found at Miller and Miller's. It would be a remarkable want, Indeed, in this lino that thoy cannot hiitlufactorlly supply at tlio vory lowost figures ruling in tlio market. tf The largest and t'.nest stock of gentle men's clothing, furnishing goods, boots shoes, hats and caps will always bo found at P. NefPs, No. 70 OhloLoveo. Overcoats! overcoats! Nell's ten dol lar overcoats aro well made and war ranted all wool at No. 79 Ohio Levee Whlto shirts at a sacrifice at Potor NelPs, No. 70 Ohio Lovee. Holiday aooDS at Paksons, Davir & tf Lowls it Groshou'H best silk hats for sulo at P. NefPs, a later stylo than that kept by other houses In Cairo at the same prices. Uso Knder's Chill Cure. "It nevor fplls." O - - Chlhlron's suits at NefPs from $3,00 to S7.C0 for full suit, at No. 70 Ohio Levee. For good fitting, custom mado cloth ing and tho best workmanship on sume, go to NefPs, No. 70 Ohio Lovoe. Silk llutN. Tho stock of silk hats at Miller it Min or's comprises tho very latest styles and tho finest mako of tho season. Tho varioty Is very great, tho stock largo, and prices have been regulated to liar monlzo with tho times. Call iu and ox amino, M Tlio Kato Putnam troupo go from hero to Evansvlllo. Their short stny in Cairo will bo regretted by many of our play lovers. Tho comnany is really excellent, and under proper and courteous manage ment could draw full houses hco for at least two months. TUnt NIolrnHlmwI. Tho shawl stolon by John Murphy on Saturday was tho property of Mrs. Mm uebati, and not Mrs. Nowman, as stated by us yesterday. Mrs. M. while visiting a neighbor, had laid the shawl aside for a momentj'but dtirlnt? that moinont Mur phy stepped in and grasped it. Although the shawl was worth $15, ho sold It to Mrs. Wollman for ono dollar, being anx ious to got rid of it soon as possible. Wm. ami Pat O'Calliiian workad tho caso up, aud Mr. Murphy is now in tho county Jail, contemplating tho probabilities of a two or three year sojourn in Jollot. aamcs, Toys, and Homo Amusements at Rockwell it Co's. tjl - I,tl I. Monday afternoon on tho Ohio Lovee, asni'ill Smith and Wesson's pockot pis tol. Tho finder will lccelv S10 roward by leaving same at Central Elevator. 21. IU'Hlditloii Anion? llio niiiokn. Tho "Daughters of Charity," a color ed organization, aro getting up a festival. Thero aro destltuto colored families in overy portion of tho city, and for tho relief of those tho Daughters are opera ting. Thoro is a vory considerable numbor of destltuto colored peoplo iu tho city whoso poverty is attrlbutablo to laziness. Hero'aud there, healthy men and wo men of that class go hungry and in rags and fairly roll in filth, rather than labor for tho means to hotter tholr condition. Such c-'catuios ought to starve. Tho Daughters promise, however, that upon theso no charity shall bo bestowed. Tho means tholr fcsttral may furnish will bo Judiciously distributed among tho deserving sick, tho aged and infirm, and to thoso who cannot help themselves. Thoso who can work and won't work, will ho left to tholr rags and filth and poverty. Thero was a terrible 'bout' at fisticuffs in a down town saloon last night, during which blows fell with tho weight of a trip hammer. Ono of tho combatants win was considered Invincible a strong, powerful man camo out of tho conflict bearing tinmistakablo evidence that ho had been well met. "Wo suppress names simply because It pleases us to do so. NEW AD VEItTJSE jLENTS . pi.KCTIOM NOTION. 'llio KtocUhnMiT or tlio Oily Nntlnnnl Hunk will tnkw iinllro tli&t nn Klccllon will Ik) UtIJ ut lliln ISinU. Tl'KHlMY, Jnmtary 11, lb.u, for jiotiin Dlroclm of pnlil Ilitnlr, A. II. HAFTOIMJ, Chi..r. Cairo, December II, IB'Xi. illl-illtv T mvs 'vi'. K's xotici:. Whermo, A. P. ViIll.im ami Kllza J. Wlllimrn, lm wlftt, lijr thcirrortnin "hiln MurtK.iic-," Ixttrini; ilati' llm tuilflli iluy uf Jiuitury, liuv, mul reoonlcil in Un Kcfonlor' otlire of Aloxntnlvr county, Illinois, in lick " '." nf DooIk. jho 3ri, itlil eonwy Io llio Uli nciKiifiiH, It.'inro I'rit i'Mia, the fooiTHi; ill mtiIm .1 I'll, I'irrc nr .fir.-ol of ltml, Minnie in llio county i f Alrx illil.-r ulei fc'l.lto of JIIiiioIn, to-wit; I.i r.iitnl- reil five 13), in blrx'lc nilinliuri'd tucnly nx ('it), in (lie city of Onirn. tlio mini' Iwlnn n leiw-i' liohl liitrrrnt In anil to unit Lot liymnl niutiiraror. lain loivio t'.xt'eiitivl lv nm fumttol S. Mnrih.ntl l Coinrliit.4 O'l'allulwn, iH'iirinu lint.' llio 2 I h iluy i l Jntiti.irv, 1MVI, for llio rixiiluo mul ri'innimliT i f il torm nl ton yiurj from tlio tlrit iluy of J.inuury, W.i ; siiil il tliv tliroo.niory UricU llniliini mtii.iiol en .Ai'l Lot, togpthor M'ltn tlio other kiiiiurteiiiii.rH tlii-rrimtu in iiii)wio iM'lnnifiiiKi the iMUii lotin'.li. M Intcrct mill llriW; Ilulldlnu niitl uppiirU'imU' OK u( -r . Mini hivilitf Uicnilie tho irK'rty ot nnl.l A. 1' V . IIiiiiin hy iurohu-o mul couv.-ynii'' tliroiili. hy mi l uii'lnr crrtnln Tniit IH(mU. Trulo xulo mul lioo.N of Uc-ooril in vniil ,o .iunlir uininiy, ihiiliji'ct only in n ivrt.un lunrunso In nll "mio .Mort;':iiC, ' tie- cerllKHl.) Anil, whcrwi, ml'l "S.ilo Morliftiue " pro. villi" that in i'ii"i' of ilcfiult in tl.o luymoiit of n ror tain note therein (IpmtUmhI fr tf l.onn, iiio mi'l imijm. Moon llm lot Ii il.iy of Oetolior, Ui.'i, tlio unilernMii I Ii ul'l II tlio ii'l )irciui."4, a thvrem hv iIh I, lor the iiirwwo of p-n nrf -ai l not., ur.'t mti rot thi r ?!. .n i, nir.-t, .uioi'i nx rein m.t'io m inn u mi ni ol iil n 't-', 'iii l t!i"ro now r. iii.i.n- iho t.t i.i.'.aol i!ior "ii Ilii -"ID of out iIumi-hi I 'I 'll l. with x i r ii'iu .hiiriNt iiimum li"in i't""ir 1 i IWI. . . Now, therafore, ttotiee i liweliy xien lint i,v. uiulrrigiuil, MurtuaiM uml TriMtof, will, on Hi" 3i luy of J miliary, 1DTO, at the hour nf tn o'io. k in Ih Hi.rnixm of that 'Uy, at the Court llou.o uo -r. i'i thu oily of Cairo, Illinois, un l In i.urixinmi of ih term wi'i eooiiiiioiK. ot ! "Hnw Jlorta.ico." liinl tlw 1 om-r mul uih..rily in ni ihi-reh) e!.' I, s. II u' inilil" reioliie to the !iirfhot hi'lih'r l"r iiIi III mi I oroiiiiM'- mIk.m. i i..tiU"I. Hiid nil nxht mi' I i"mti ot iilriM'ioii of k.int A. I'. William anil Hifo, ot tlar ri.pr.". iiit ii or -'tn therein; uud will cxiviiti' to ih. inirehaMT a ileo'l therefor. llnMi:u Kltll..NX, Mortgage ail' I Trustee. Ciiir lllinoi", !. K. lf. lintt.v X lIuiir.KT, Attorney. illMMU I "0 CONTKAtTORS. Notiri' I' here y Riven thft Healed l'roosaN will lu iiiv-u ut invo lie n iho C'urt limine, in tho rii- ui i.ui", ti AU'.xoii'lor I'ou.'ty, Illinois, until th.i ln l.ij of lieemn'ie-, A. l. Hue. fb.- kumitf, Iftaril. In, lo'irt f, "l" ! A, gii 'il1 olhei'ii.i'Uiiin enitme. l-Wl i.i iho i-1140'i'c il.o.w on tlio in my othVo, of nil ii 0. Aloi'l.H or eoiiiitv nl tho I'oor Ilmi-o ?'iirl, ni'.ir T.'elwe, in Mul eouniy, e cept U. h l'.iil iwm n urn u U i't, no 1 n"i .iloo to ' e ri'inovi'il from (an, fo- the m o.l of o 'o )oer, f om .ho II. nt il..y of J.iin 'rv, A. If. IHO, T.u' jwrtv or mr. on lii.ijii; iimhr i s no iio, 1 1" r.-.tut. o.l ,o h'il no inii' .i " r iiioutii, lor iviii't.i ii'id ehinl.on uw ' leu yi ur ol I, and no much per month fuf eh U r. ioile.- ( m;e of ton yirn, t.-' 'n into . onnlilO'-alio i tie nio of u.l I'ooi Homo i'lirm I'lul ilie li'lmro tetli I'ai'rorn. lioml h II Iio 'I'lvrou 1 1 me sum of tf.'.f for tlio fiithful le'to-iuaiiio of lin com.-.u'i. Aln, rienlol l'ropiwiiin w I io ecoivci', i-elo vwiil, for keop ia, lioaiu iURiiil loiljj UK, u.i'l i i other ntte "iu, ( co-t miul cil il c 'tiO'i.Jof '! luileraw.io lull uii-' ot Cioio. n nl no. ' a loin.I.ion oo remo.r" to tho poo.- lloum Rirni, . kept t C-'ro u.'. h I.i u eon- ii iiot -o ju-it r .iior.H,,"o,v"1.!1? M,i ",or 1,ollr Pii l Tiie hi. n, pi'. In mule - tli m not ee, to npn-ifw the rate ;ier nio-uh for mlnlN ami c ilk .enovon m r,eof ton ymm, mid iho Yale par lUO'iih for v I ilren li'ioi" '"io 'i i" ie )e.un. Iiomlirll l' reip" i"l 'n tlio mim of SZ.oon fir- . 'io f.iltlilul peiformnnco of tno contruc. AIo, f-ealod I'-oponaU lll ho recoiveil, iin nfnro. Mini, for nii ilicliio mul iiioillcul .realmenl on all mi. Ii l'uuporn, as shall need tho name, i.t tho I'oor Hoiiho Kami. Tlio h ililor to silbmU hu bid at mi murh ier vlnit. mid N bid for no inueh pur year. N-i bid Mill be cuterlnincd milosn Hut o.' a regular practmini; phyileiaii. ... lloudwlll bo required in th mm of .W for faithful pcrformniict) of tho eontrnei. Alio, Bealod Proposals will bo rifeivod, an aforo. aid, for niedii'ine and nud'cil attemUueo on all urli I'.inpori na jemiil'i In (Mro. Tho lihii to bo (nilumt ted lit no niuell per viiit.and nlno n blmit so in.h li pr luniim. Other bldi, tlnm thono of n rei;iihir pr.u' tlsmx .lijnielnn.w.ll not be oulurinlued. lion, will lo re.prrtd In the sum or ?S00 for I) . fiuthful perforiiiaui e of the conlriu't. I'll) nient for all of tlio nboyo deno inod nrvleoi und sneeinea.loiu i ill bo imido lu cinli, ipaur.erly, at ivu l n'Kular term of tlilJ Court, o.ivui ilurwli, Juio . SepteiiiU'r and De-ioinU'r, A. U. 1;. Tho Court rtKrus tho righl to reject all bl.H. llv ordor of the County Court. ' JAOOU (, LYNCH county Clerk. Dtfccinbor Mfiii Ult-M