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SATURDAY. JULY 1, 1874:
Olllclnl l'nprrof IlinCttr nml foitnly
lull.NH. OHKUL.Y. Kditor iii 1'nbli'Hsr
TKIlMfl OK TUB DAILY MUM-KT1N
One wek, by carrier , .1 V,
One year by oarricr, In advanco 10 00
One year by carrier It toot pild In
dvnco i2 00
Una month, brm&tl..i 1 CO
Three monttu , 3 00
eix month. , r 35
Uno jeu 10 00
TRMR or WKKKtr HULtltTlK.
One Year ?1 00
Six Months i 75
Throo Jtonthn (O
invariably In advance.
Krndlnff mutter mi rrerj linur,
A letter in the Roston 'Journal fays
Hcochcr can explain Lin letter to Til
ton in a way that will be ampb satis
factory to every body and that when
ho docs so, tho country will be "a?
loundod." Lot him explain then.
The people arc waiting patiently to be
Wm. Horaci: With ersi'oo.v of Law
renccburg, Kentucky, shot aud killed
Dr. Chambers of the same place, a few
days ago. Roth men wcro
in the prime of life and wcro prom
inent citizens of their county, Dr.
Chambers being its leading physician.
"An old grudge " between tho two men
was tho causo of the difficulty. Wliith
crspoon was in liquor at the time, aud
some years ago. while under its influ
ence, killed the town constable. With
tho exception of his tendency to got
drunk and shoot folks while in that
state, M'hlthercpoon is said to boa kind
hearted man and n irood citizen. He
has not been arrcsti d.
TllKV kill ono man per week in
Cairo, 111. The Iat ono murdered was
an inoflenbivo barbar, who was shot by
a steamboat pilot last Sunday morning.
The people of Cairo liko to kill their
man on Sunday, as it affords some
thing for them to talk about during
the da)-, Sunday usually being dull.
Tho 'Register' slanders Cairo. With
in tho last few years eovcrul citizens
of this placo have been killod, but in
only one instanco was tho killing done
by a resident of tho city. Wo bcliovc
we arc correct in saying that in every
other case the deed has been commit
ted by-strangers passing through tho
city, fctraugers who belong to the
class who are either ruffians by nature
or arc made rowdies by liquor. No
city or town in the stato is inhabited
by a more quiet, woll-bohaved resident
population than this same much-abused
city of Cairo.
Tin: Paris 'Kcutuckian' of the 1st
iust., says that a sixteen year old col
ored girl living with the family of Mr.
L'ctoti near Winchester, last Saturday
made an attempt to poison twenty peo
ple who were to tako dinner at tho Ko
ton mansion that day. An hour
or so before dinner, tho girl
was ordered to givu n child four
years of age a drink of water. She
gavo him tho water in a cup immedi
ately after drinking, he was seized
with spasms and died in Je.-s
than half an hour. The
suddenness of hiB death caused suspi
cion ot poisoning aud some of the food
prepared for the dinner was given to
the dogs who ate and became sick. Tho
girl was arrested and taken to jail
when she confessed to tho poisoning of
the child, tho attempt on tho life of
the family and guests aud the poison
ing of a younger child of the family
who died some weeks ago. She had
no ill feeling toward her victims and
expressed no regret for her eriuio.
The dog question is not an unim
portant ono in New York city. The
dogs, which are variously estimated to
number from ten thousand to fifty
thousand, go mad at tho rate of four
and fivo a day, and every day promi
nent physicians arc called on to treat
porsouB bitten by dogs mad or other
wise. Wholcealo killing of the canines
has been resorted to. They have been
shot, smothered, and drowucd.
A premium of fifty cents
has been offered for overy dog carried
to tho pound but still to tho hydio-ophobia-fearing
population of Goth
am no satisfactory diminution of the
dogs is apparent, and the rabies teem to
be on thu increaie.
Some veiy pretty dog stories aro ex
taut, some of them old, somo of
them new , there are but
lew persons who cannot
recall instances of dos exhibiting in
stinot bordering on reasou, aud Old
Dog Tray" is the standing example of
tho faithfulness, the tenderness uud tho
unselfishness often bhown by tbecanino
for tho human species.
But this is tho exceptional dog.
Tbo dog which meets one on tho side
walk, or starts up unexpectedly from
the corner of the trct, which stands
inside tho gate aud barks viciously
and knowingly at the vititor or rushes
up at him with a snarl just is ho has
his hand on the bell pull; tho dog
which barks nil night i t his neighbor,
or lays the moon unremittingly and
provokitigly, the dog which suiolls
About one' feet and catches hold of
one's coat tail and which watches ono
all tho tituo with a look of sua
picion in his eyes this is tho com
inon dog, tho dog which ought to bu
suppressed, abolished, done away with,
absolutely and entirely, wherever
found, in city or country, and since it
K-eiiiB to be i tn possible to weed out
only tho had dogs, better exterminate
the whole race, the exceptional "Old
Pot: Trave" with tho rest. It may bo
possiblc,as is claimed by 6omc,tliat hy
drophobia is merely an imaginary
case; it is terribly real in its sufferings
and its fatality; to abolish ho dogs is
to abolish tho cause tho disease, and
in comparaso with ono human life
what ar (tiosc of any number of dogs(
Plough they wcro all "Old Dog
VIENNA CORRESPOND EN EE.
Vienna, 1m.., duly Ii, 1571.
Kiiitoi; Ruu.r.TiN: The farmers
movement in this county has grown to
such large proportions, in so short a
time, that our local politicians stand
amazed, and feel deeply concoruod,
lest tho country should go to pot.
M'liat presumption tho idea of
simple minded farmors nssumiug to
know what their interest is; or how to
select men suitable to fill offices.
Hasn't .lack Alik-n consulted the
oracle, and time uud again admonished
tlietu ' through tho eclumns of the
'Journal' of their wayward and ruin
ous course? lie bus, and still they
persist in their encroachment on our
liberties. They now are dofiaut, and
refuse to voto for candidates we nomin
ate, unlo.s it suit9 thoiu. 7'heyovcu go
so far as to intimate that they will voto
for whoever they please, and darn my
buttons if I don't believe they will.
This ancient village is ouce more
showiug signs of vitality, and it is
hoped will entirely recover.
The St.- James hotel has lecoutly
been opened by J. N. 1'carcc, Kiq.,
who is well and favorably known
throughout the country. We guaran
tee to all who stop at the St. .7 rimes, kind
treatment and good accommodation.
Dr. J. 0. Young, druggist, at Del
knap, was brought to this place on
this morning's train, under arrest,
oiiargou witn commuting rape on tho
person of iMisa Elizabeth .Morgan,
daughter ofO. V. Morgan, of that
place. After preliminary trial, ho was
bound over in boud ot 8S00.
John S. Crura, l'':q., our popular
and efficient circuit clerk, has just re
turned from Chicago. .John carries
a clear conscience, is clever nnd lib
eral to a fault. No wonder tho straight
jacket orthodox forgive ami voto for
Tho county indulges in the luxury
of a daily court, cither circuit, couuty,
or police. Thu familiar and eloquent
voico of our friend 0. A. Harkcr, Esq.,
is heard often, pleading for boiuo uu-
fortunate cue. Altnus Damron, Esq.,
who has recontly obtained license.
made his debut to-day. llo camo up
to tho expectations of his friends, and
bids fuir to be u fcuecow.
111.' IN CITY
Sam. McDonald is called tho "mil
lionaire murderer." ilo is in jail at
Raltiuiore charged with stabbiug a
gambler named IJorry Amoi to d"uth.
Somebody who knows McDonald tells
tho newspapers a short story of his
short life. His father was n million
aire of Haltimoro aud had two chil
dren, Sam and a daughter. Sam was
tent to Euglaud to bo educated, and
returned an accomplished nnd splendid
looking young mau. His father died
soon after Sam's return with an edu
cation and polished manners, and this
event was shortly followed by Sam's
twenty-first birth-day, when ho came
into possession of n vast property. Tho
birth-day was celebrated at tho family
mansion near Daltimoro. Sam invited
all the city fellows to sco him attain
his majority, and there was tho most
sumptuous private festival ever given
in the city of Ilaltimore.
Ainouc other outlandish special
ties there wore fountains con
structed to spout champugnu nnd au
illumiuation that looked n mile offliko
a lire. Thu wholo thing was a fire just
beginning to consume and
burn out a young and vigorous life.
The revcrelry lasted all night, and after
this thero were often revelries by night
and oblivious sleep by day. The
houo was awako at night, because
it did not dare to look at tho damago
that daylight would have levealed. In
a year or two Sam MoDouald mado u
trip west with somo of tho city fellows.
Of eouro they were on a big preo. In
tho vicinity ot Terro JIautc, Indiana,
McDonald bought a farm and stocked
it with fancy stock, llo called it his
hunliui Indira, and ha and llm ciiv ful.
lows limited ou tho prairies and tilled
the farm-houso with tho worst kind of
scandals. Tho good peoplo of Terro
Haute would have nothing to do with
Sam McDonald aud his farm after they
found them out. Thus Sam. Mc be
came an outcast in his luxury and
iiiaguificcuce. They say he spent at
least SlfiO.OOQ the first year
ho was ut Torre Haute. That sort of
thing could not lutt forevor, unless
thero woro corresponding (profits com
ing in from some other quarter. Hut
there were none. Tho whole fortune
was cnlihtcd in dissipation, and it is
supposed was nearly all gone. Sam.
McDonald lately visited Raltiinoro to
see somo of the old city follows who
had not participated in his recent pro
digalities. Ilo found plenty of them,
aud he ami two companions were to
Kothcr nnd alone in a saloon nt 2 o'clock
in tho morning. One of tho follows
was lierry Amos. There had been no
quarrel or unpleasant words. Pro
bably Sinni had never killed n miu,
and wanted to sco if ho could, llo
had dono nliiiDst everything else. He
took n long knife out of his pocket
nnd walked up to his friend nnd stab
bed him to the heart without a wort'.
TliN is tho way m which Sam McDon
ald ceased to bo n millionaire and be
came a murderer nt twenty-live.
AN OUTLA WS' 17AR A DISK IN
(Elmlra Ailvciil-or. '
The singular information has boon
received, which is well authenticated,
that a thieve' and outlaws' paradise
has just been established nt tho foot of
the rocky mountains just in the Cana
dian Dominion. It is reported to
number fivo hundred men nnd a num
ber of women nnd children. Tho in
mates tiro outlaws, who have escaped
from 1'nitcd Stales justice. Tho chief
occupation of tho colony is the manu
facture of illicit whisky, which is sold
to surrounding Indians, l-'or tho liq
uor the latter barter their most costly
furs and trado olT their superfluous wo-
men. Aim wnuo ino nonic reu mau is
in tho midst of his beastly orgies, tho
fiends mnnairo to rob him of his weap
ons, his blankets, nnd strip off au oc
casional scalp, let tho Indian's: pas
sion for whiskey overcomes his knowl
cdno of tho inevitable fate he knows
Tho free nnd roving life of these
outlaws has been made known to tho
Canadian government, which has sent
out a volunteer forco to settle matters
satisfactory to tho code of civilization.
It is a mounted command of police
men, of thrto hundred men the most
fearless nnd nctivo in the Dominion,
commanded by a colonol who has scon
nctivo service. Adventures of high
tauk have been nttrnctcd to dare the
dangers of tho expedition, oven Eng
lish and French noblemen. An Eng
lish gentlemen was brought up with so
much enthusiasm as to forego the im
mediate possession of an cstato with a
yearly income of 8150,000, that he
might take part in tho expected fray.
Of course, the force will be kept under
the striccst military discipline. The
pay is so small that nothing save the
spirit of advouturo could impel men to
undergo tho prospective hardships and
tho risks of death. The collision is ex
pected to come off about July 1, and
cither the outlaws or mounted police
men will then bite the dust.
An Old Grudge,
It Terminates in a Fatal
Airray In McLeans
Ou Friday ovculng last, tho villngo
of McLoansboro, III., was the sceno of
a despcrato encounter between Green W
Durtou and Jcflcrsou E. Ellis, during
which the latter was shot and instantly
killed by tho former. The contending
parties had hcrctoforo engaged in dif
ficulties, but not of a serious character,
and the retnumbrnnco of these enmities
was kept alivo by constant quarrels.
On the night in question, the deceased
visited MoLcaimboro uud a renewal of
their former disputes was engaged in.
Tho paitics from words prucecded to
blows, and befote they could bo separ
ated or tho crime prevented, liurton
drew n pistol nud discharged it at his
ailversary, with tho unfortiiuatoly fatal
result, lie was immediately arrested
and lodged in jail, pending tho action
of the coronor's jury in tho premises.
Yesterday that body was convenes,
who, after hearing the testimony, re
dcred a verdict that death cuaued from
n ball fired from a weapon in the hands
of liurton, mid charging the lattor with
the crime of murder, llo was com
mitted to jail, but later in the day sued
out a writ of habes corpus, for the pur
posed of procuring a judicial oxamiua
tiou into tho merits of the case and be
ing admitted to bail, but no decision
had been rcudorod at a Into hour latt
night of tho question involved. Hoth
men were old residents of MoLoans
boro, Clreon being engaged thero as a
merchant, and his victim residing in
tho vicinity, whero he carried on a
farm- Tho sail tragedy has filled tho
community with gloom.
"TKA KS. I DhK TEARS' "
I'rom the Tribune.
Recontly tho venerable and kind
hearted Thurlow Weed, while rummag
ing about some of the old book stores
and print shops of Nassau street, acci
dentally fell upon a lithographic por
tiait of lloraco Greeley. It had been
taken in tho earlior days of tho great
editor and though crude, was an excel
lent likeness. Mr. Wood purchased it at
once and carried it over to tho Astor
llouo, whore ho showed it to his old
friend, Colonel Charles A. Stetson.
After gazing at it lor some minutes,
with so much emotion that tho tonis
eamo to his oyes and ran down his
cheeks, thn veteran said, with a broken
voice, " That is exactly his look as it
was when I knew him thirty years ago.
If 1 had not forgiven him in my heart
and asked to bo forgiven beforo he
died, I should forgivo all tho differ
ences that have been between us, as 1
look ou this sweet, honest, noble faco
of the man whom I havo so sincerely
honored and truly loved. That
faco calls back all the past
and makes mo see, as 1 havo nover
seen hoforo, that a genuino friendship
for a good and trim man is worth all
tho empty glory tho world eau jrivo."
Mr. Weod has taken tho portrait homo,
had it handsomely framed, and put in
his library. It is ono of tho things
nothing would induce him lo part
50 Ohio Lwec - CAIWO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tlie l'lnnlorV IIouimj m located cm Ohio Lore' Strrut in
CLOSE I'UOXLMITV TO I1AILROAI) DE
POTS AND ST.UAMBOT LAiYDlNGb
And in the Center of the Kindness Portion of the City. The Homo i now
and complete in all its tppointnietitH. Tho rooms, nro large and nit y, besides
being elegantly furnishod nnd carpeted. Guests will receive courteous treat
ment and the best of accommodations.
Transient Gnosis $2 per Day. Day "Hoarders $i.'0 .or Month.
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day and Night.
with. He regards it as a treasure, de
lights in it h a vivid reminiscence of
his nnd Mr. Greeley's long nnd cor
dial, eventful, aid now historic intima
cy and association.
TIIK KCSTCOf WAY.
Koston is sonewhnt eccentric in
dealing with matslaughteters,owiiig no
doubt to tho rcdnidaucy of her popu
lation, which nukes a few lives hero
and there of smal accounts. The other
day, after a mantadbecn tried for maii
ughtcr, tho jury wanted 'to bring in
a verdict, but the prisoner didn't hap
pen to be in cour. Thereupon the ju
ry were locked up, and officers were
out to find tho accused and notify him
that ho w.n wantel.
Ami Dealt' In
Kifiimi Hthkkt, iiet. Vasiiinoton Asn
CoMMI'.KUIAI., AVK.tillJdllillf' Ilnimy i.
Keep, tlm lict of Heel. Ink, Mutton venl,
l.uiiili, Nui-ae, etc., am Ih jii i' :it (- 1 lo
sirw l.imlllc.i in i ai-iM'italu maiiliur.
Ami Deulc in
ALL KINDS OF FtllSlI M.HATS
Near (Jor. Twent'jtli Stroot and
Ail' Dcuk'i'-i in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
01 o'ciy ilcci'li'llon,
Cor. inth sirct and L'iiiimiir:lnl Avenue,;
Next il)(r to tlio lljlaml h.tluun.
At Wiley's lilucK, ut limi'li than
iikii.il prlii". 4.vii-iMf'
R. SMYTH &, CO.
LKJUOR I) HAL KHK
No. (10 Ohio l.cvcc,
B. F. PARKLrl,
(Successor to Parker A: Klako.)
PAINTS & OILS
Ami tlio crtcliralcil llliiinlii.illii
llrojs' lluildlnK, lltb .St.,V Comercinl A v.
CARRIAGE & WAGON
; Sixth Street nnd Comniei'i'liil Awimc,
-1 -! 1 attention jrlwn to IIuhhr smiiI.no
ami gi'irml ieialifii);. ::i-o-:iir
C. W. WHEELER,
WOOD ANJ) GOAL
OKKH'K AND YAUD,
10th St bet. Washington k Commr rcial Ave.
A large htipjily or l'lttituirK anil llljf
.Muddy cosl constantly on liand, ,toe
wood Miweil tn order. Urilrm tor eeal oi
wood jliould be lfi at tho otfire on Tenia
turret. Tfirm. (:ah on delivery.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
.Vo. 7(i Ohio l.cux, CAlltO, ILLS
SGTSiiccIhI attention given to ron.!ii
menu mh tilling orders. IWl tt
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
UNTO. XXO Oliio Xiovoo
For Sale at Wholesale ami Retail.
DIlNKIl !l2ll HTHKKT AMI OHIO I.KVIIE,
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Itcctlllcr mill tYliolesalo Dealer In
FOREIGN AMD DOMESTIC
LIQUORS AM) WINES.
mi. hi, oiiio i,i:vi:i:,
CAIRO. - - - - ILLS.
milium it i u ii ii ii
Jobbers and Retailers or
Clioinifal.s, 1'atcnt IModifinc?, Perfumery. Sotips, I5nislies,
Toilett Articles, JJruist'H Fancy ('oo(1j, Collier AVhite
Lead and Oilier Orailes, J'aints, Colors, Oil.s, VarniKlies,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, True Colors, Dve
Stalls, Ntc, VAv., Klv.
We Solicit cnrrcpomli'iice and order Irom Driik'Kl'tc. I'll) Iclanx and (ii'iier.il fitorn
In want ot OooiN In our Line. .StiMinho.it. I'laiiUtMn nnd Family .Medicine ifn lum
IjIrmI or Helllli'd ltli Itellable l)rui at ltcaonutilf IMe
WIIOLESALK & RETAIL, RETAIL & I'REt CRII'TION-
"I Ohio Leicc.
NK'.V YORK HTOilK,
WHOLKSALK AND RKTAIL.
.A.U0KT VARlIir ITOOK III TIIK I'lTl
Corurruf BlnnUioiith mrt iii.il Vorj
U. (). CAT; Kk
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY Si COUNSELOR AT LAW
Oflln-n Out Cil.t :..itlon:il llilil. .'MS-Sin
.lohli II. Mulkcy. Wllli.iin i;. Mnlkcy.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
oillip: Kiulilli ftn-i'i, lii twrcn Coiniiicr-
i.ii in,. i Wii-iiiiieton :i mil'. r.-ii tr.
GREEN El GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT ' LAW,
WIIII.UII II. (in en. )
William 11. (illl.ert. V CAlltO. I -l.
Mllrs I". Ollbeii, j
GT.-Ih'cUI iittctilloii (fUc'ii to Adnilralty
;iip1 htr.nuboat liii-lni'.
Olllco : Ohio l.oii-, Konim 7 anils ocr
' i l y N.itlnnut ll.ink.
i.i: it m:it.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OP AM. KINIIS, HARD AMI HOIT,
Keep eomtuiitlyon hand
Mill and Yard
Conner .'llth Street
ami Ohio Loveo.
WALL & ENT,
.Mamiruttiirt'rn and Dcslem In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH.
l'Ol'hAH.OAK, UU'Itl.H, ASH, HUM
AND COTTONWOOD, fcUlt
OKKSSK1) l'INK, AtaH AND COP
LAH FLOOR I NO, OKILNO AMI)
jT'Ollhe at n.iw mill mi cornur of Twen
tyiceoiiil direct and Ohio I.uvi'C.
!Boot & Slioe
llftweeu 'I'i'iitli and Klovenlll SlreeU,
Is urepari'il l till onh rx viiliont dolay.
Ilnli'iita nni. Hi-U of Inn rrlcii leather on
liaml.Jil't rei!led fiom f.i i nr); , and hu
iiiil dim u the price to tyn low eft noteli,
Vniliiiitoii Aic. cur. 1'lh'iitli St.
FIRST NATIONAL JJANK
It. . .MII.I.CIl. Crridont.
.1. M. CIIII.I.ICS, VI..- Croldnit
CIIA-. I.'UNM.NOIIAM, atliler
COLLKCTIONd I'KOMITLY MADK.
i:.'C'IIAN(ii:,i'oin, bauknotM and I uiltd
Mnt.' -criirltii liini:lit nnd wld.
Ijilerc-I iiMiiiiid on time ilfioilt
Tlf K cffY NATIONAL
W. V. IIAI.I.IDA V. Crr.id. m.
IIC.NKV I.. IIAt.l.lDAV, ... Cr.Md-
A. H.SAI'roltK.i ii.liltri
WAI.TKU IIYsl.OC, A--.-I ml i-li .
ST.IATS 'I'.U 1.011, It. It. I IN .IM.IMM
II. I.. II U.I.IIM. U . I' lltl I 1 1 K ,
(i. I). II.I.IAM.ON. Ml I -1 1 1 N I'll
A. II. .SAI'KOIII'.
L.M'Ininur, Coin innl I'nitid Slutci
ItOlllU ItlHILjIll illlll hold.
DIU'OHrt'" ii'i-rhvil.uml a v tui.il ' .iilin
hll-riii'"- I- in -.
KNTI-JRI'RLSK HAVINtiS RANK.
CIIAIt'l i:i!l.ll .MARCH III, lsi;!l
OITY NATIONAL HANK, CAlltO
A. IS.SACCOItl). I'K'fiil. nn
M. &. 'I' A Vl.Olt, Vlee-I'l-.-lil. Ill;
II. II VSI.OC, fcei'lt'lalj innl li..i-ur.r
IiIIUtT H!H :
I'. Al. ItAIII'I.AV, ( UAH. liAI.inill.lt,
C. .M. Kioi:kki.kiii, Cai'I. (I. urn,
It. II. CU.NMMIII OI, II. I.. II U I. Mill .
I. .M. I'llll.LII-S.
INTi:itIT paid on depo.lt. at llir i;ili
o( l. per rt'lit. per iililllllu, M:U i ll 1-1 mid
scpifiiilmr Ut. Interest not witlidiann l
iiililed lm in.'U I :it o )y to tin- prim lpal of tlio
di'lMititr, therein' .'llli llivni compoiiud
MAKII1KII WDM KN AND (III I.llllK.S MAY
. IIKI'OdlT llflNKV AND No ONK Kl. K
I'AN DRAW IT.
Open every limlnem day from II a. in, to ;l
p. in., and sad.. day evening lor Miiii)i de
jio.u only, li nni n In H o'eloel..
W.J1 YM.OC, Trcamrcr.
A I )M IN I ST1 1 ATO I Cfl SAI.I.'.
Of real etite. Hy virtue of nn onlor and
deeroii of tlio county court of Alexander
county, Illinois made on the petition ol the
midd'dciicd, adminUtratoi' ol I lie estate
ol Allien It. Whltakcr, deceased,
lor leiiM) to sell Hie real en'iile
ol said ilecca-cd, at I hi) I'i't
.laniiary term of falil eoiilt, to-vvlt : on tlm
Twentieth iln v of .lamiai), A. !.. JB7 1, I
fliall, on .Sutuiiluy. Ine twciity-llflli da) of
Jill) lleM, lirtwceii tl.e lioiiri. of ten (j'eloi'K
a., in., aud twelve o'elocK in., of said day,
fill al pillule Mill', al Hie olltli-vestelly door
ol Hie court lion.', In the city ol Cairo, In
ald eoiinly. lh l.liolnK ileerllicd real
I'.l.ilo tlliiatuil l Hie ell) of Cairo, county
ol Alexander, and Hate of IlllnoU, to-vvit :
Loll niliiiliered llllielecll, (ll'l. twenty CJOi,
mid iwenly-iiiie rjlj, in liloeU iiiiuilivred
loil)uvcii (I7i: and lot numbered thirty
nun till), In Mock utiiilliercd Inrlj-nhie (In,,
all in Hie IhM addition to tlio city of Cairo,
Tciliir. ol mile to li an follows : Onu-tlilrd
catdi In hand, oiic-tlilrd In lliren niDiithi, and
one third in sl' luontlis lioni thu day of hale
tho puieliioer to give notes, drawing Ki
per cent lnleret, for tlio deferred pa.
iiivnt, seeuicil hy talu inort.igu upon the
(iKoiuiK Cihiii'.ii, Adinlnl-tnitor,
ol Hit cslalu ol Albert It. WhltaKcr,
I line Iltli, l7t.
i in j i
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