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BesXU- Miller Kery "'
' JQtX 0MU.Y, Editor.
Tbfl Tirrnythjnl miiitial .pwlon of
the XttloiialTypogrnitlifosil Union litow
lu friiloii at Boston.
I'lHtniasler-Gotiernl Jewel!' on n visit
to the Wert to Inspect the postal ervloc.
Ills tour will Incltulo the c)tle of INlts.
burjr, Cleveland, IMrult, rhlenpo nnil
probably St. lIonK
the BMaTiijfiJrw or tub r.xn.
Lawyer Beach will conclude his talk
to the jury on Friday ami tho court will
charge the Jury on .Saturday, and the
trial will end on Sunday night or Mon
day niorntiig, and then there will he n
great void In the New York imperii.
BfXAXe WlI.I. IN'YEftTMATr..
Secretary DeUao has caught the re
form fever and begun Investigating hts
department. A genu luivc been sent to
the frontier to examine Into the conduct
of officials stationed tin re, and It l Inti
mated tliat about halt online on the lit
will be nsketl to resign.
When Mr. McCartney 1 angry he 1
not earetul of tact, which fact may ex
plalu Ids assertion that Mr. Meriz, s he
ha done for ten years, nominated Mr.
Cascr lor president of the meeting at the
decoration ceremonies "or words to
that effect." It wa Sheriff Spencer who
nominated Mr. Casey for president of
V regret to aunonnee the death of the
l'ailucah KtniucKhn after a useful life of
aoout seven year?. During It llletime
the KtntuekiiiH labored with zeal to
further every I'lidueali enterprise, and
was sensible In Its political course ; but
were attack ot' lupeenuloslty carrlcil It
off. Upon Its ruins Col. Noble will re
establish the Paducah lltmld n a d.illv
Journal. Tho first number will tie lotted
about the 30th of tills month.
tho Island very unpleasant, and In some
Instances, dangi'rous to their llbertle
and their live?. Tho result was that ten
thousand Cuban, educated, refined and
wealthy, kit the Island nl their blrlh for
other laud. Some three tlioiiaud of
them went to New York city, libout one
lhouaml to Philadelphia, two thotisam
live lu New Orleans, and n thou
sand crossed tin- ocean to Pari.
"Nearly all of thee Cuban refugees are
men of great wealth. Don Miguel Al
dama, ho now lives In Now York city,
was the richest man In Cuba. He was the
owner of eight of the finest and most
valuable plantations on the Island. Mil
lion of pounds of white sugar were made
on the plantations every year and equally
largo quantities of inolnsis. ills lauds
were tilled with steam plow, and hi
sugar houses were furnUhed with the
most costly and elaborate machinery.
Wbenwork on the Havana A Matanzas
railroad was about to Ix; discontinued
for want of liuul- to complete It, thrrc
million dollar being the sum needed,
Aldamaandhls lather endorsed for the
contractors and the money was procured
without difficulty from a London hoii'e
at three percent per minimi. AtdamaV
fortune I climated at ten million dollars
In gold. 1 1 Ix fon-ln-law, l.couarda Del
montc, Is uNo very rich, and lllva, the
father-in-law of Tout Murphy's recently
married daughter, brought nit lmmen-e
fortune with him from Cuba. Several
of the New York Cubans are pmetlcing
lawyers and nearly all an- well educated.
A. It, 1'iigh, Ksq., of Murphrboro,
lias been editing the Jackson County Em
In tlie "absence of the editor, Mr. Joe.
lloberts, and It is but fair to say, that he
lias filled the chair with ability. He has
handled the pencil Ike one who has
learned how to do to skillfully. Abe
ought to abandon the law and mount the
tripod, lie would become it, and It him.
They were evidently made lor each
homes, but that those from Kentucky and
Mlsouil might fall under the proscrip
tion of thu Union men. He considered
It the first duty nl the Southern leaders lo
protect Hie oliliers who had been Intlu
cnecd by their argument and example..
"What I propose" said he, "Is tlils :' That
the nnnrcrif racy should not be, eaplureil
in ftagmcnt,' Unit we should noLdte
baud like banditti, hut' thai w should
surrender si n government, and we will
thu maintain the dignity of our eau-o,
anil secure the ivpei-t of our enemies,
nnd the host term of our soldiers. As
lor myself,' ho continued, 'I may lie, for
reasons known to us all, more obnoxious
to the North than many others, hut I am
willing to ivssutiH' the rlk, and to surren
der as secretary of war.' Some one then
aked: 'How about the president V
That, said General II., give- me -more
concern I linn anriiung counccicu wnu
the plan I have stated. I be
lieve Mr. Davis to lie lu more danger
than any one elc, and 1 know hlui so
well, that I am satlfled he would consent
to no arrangement whlelt would exclude
him from the common peril.' The inter
view terminated, and the lat word ut
teivd by (ienenil II., weiv llxed lu my
niemory. 'Tht has been a magnlilecut
eple,' in God's name let It not terminate
lu a farce.' Within a low days after
ward, General It. left lllchmotid lo sur
render General Jo.eph K. John-ton's
army, General I.eti's lines were broken,
and tho Confederary ceased to exM."
THE DAM BULLETIN.
rJIIU I1UI.I.KII.N li'"l'"'tlcryinoriilinf
(otCrit Moll. lay) In Hip llnllitlli llulMlntf, cor
ner WkjIuukIiiii nvi'iiw Slut Twdflli sintst
. Tk III i.i ins I flinl la ollrtiit.ii
rt'j i !-
illtiMI canirrtatTwnlyt'lv i LVnlii Wtt,
Injrstitfwwklr. Ilr1""! (In n-tcsowJi'tWiwr-
fill tluw inoiillii, SVI on
I'liMlilinl rxttr 'I luirtilny iuoriilii( it tl i3
rr annum, liit nuilil)' in nth ami-. 'Hie imnlnge
on the Weekly will U-inalj itt litis unicn, o
Unit sntirir. u III iibulii fur a tuti(-rllluii
rlwuf l M-.ir.
WAX T HOKE PAV.
A motion was made In the chamber of
the Kings County SujiervlsorR tlie other
day to Increase the pay of the llrooklyn
Jurymen live dollars a day, until the end
of the trial. The motion was discused
at length, some of Its opposers evidently
fearing that the trial would go on forever
and thus ueplete the coiiutv treasury.
One of the SutK-n lsors, Judging as to the
rvesonablc length of the trial from date.
estimated Hint the cost to tho enmity of
the Increased pay would be fifteen thou
sand dollars. The vote on the motion
TO DAVIS, AIMII.OIiETU
Ucally, as we grow older, we grow
more gentle in disposition have a kinder
feeling for all mankind.
Therefore, although the hand of the
wicked of the Comely McCartney, of
Mctrojioll, and the Kuvlous Caca of the
.S'ioi. Is ulwayr. against us. we have no vi
als ol wrath to empty uwn their ponder
We forgive them forgive Mac Ik-c.iusc
luYdon't mean half he says when he Is
mean In hU assertion, and D.n i-, bc
caiie he Is fashiouetl so tenderly, young
and so fair; and lxcause, further, we
have a oft side for him. He ! our ideal
weak man, who drills along w ith the cur
rent on which he floats, and that current
N well, it bring to him a dime or
IJcslde-, there 1 a charm IrrcsUtlble to
u In the Pedlingtonian maimer in which
he conducts hi little empty journal, in
the airy step of Importance that charac
terize him, and which a's, after tlie
manner of Captain Jenk of the Ho
Marines, who fed hi horse cm pork and
"I'm Divli, of tht Etenlnj Sun,
I lumllra iroltlous pin "
I.Ike Major Wellington do Hoot he l a
bouncer,"' and a nio't consummate one;
gallant In advancing tn Hie attack mag
nificent hi retreat. And over all there
hangn the drapery of a piety tliat I de
lightfulthat is liable at any mom:nt to
;o oil Into a prayer or a homily.
Take him lor all in all, we. ne'er will
Fee ms iiKe again ; ami tiieretoru we ap
preciate ithu cuup Wm to what Shak
lie-.ire calls our "heart of hearts." and ak
Win to forgive any thoughtless word
wu have uttered or written offensive to
l A I I. V .
Iluturt Caulf. r nntiiini IS)
)u Kjiitttr, our luctllon, -... t CO
Une iinirr, l.i tiirrtiuiia, I .')
Olio Huarc, net- iin I - '.' io
Our Dijiutv, tn'u wirk,. .1 .VI
Onv t(Uarr, Itiw vnvk,. 4 ui
One iimr, ons ninntti ... r. Ill
WKK1 I..Y .
Our tqntrr, our lnntloniJ.;.. tl no
Kadi iiliriin'iit liirtlon,..... M
lJOne Inrli Is a hiai
t3T To i puliir ail f rlUm wr oflVr iuirlnr In-
Jiitineirl, lutli a to rate ot rluwa ami man
tier ef ilbpUrlnif their favors.
JJ-Nntlifi In lo-l roliinin lucrtot for Klf-
ttrn tVnti r line for one In'rrtlon, Twenty
linr for two hurrtlom, Tweuty-Kle
line for tliir liurrtlon-, Thlrly-KIe
Ont a line for our mh-1, iu.I seunty-Klve
(For tlietnlm llulletiu.)
fin. joiix n. w ixsrox.
Mr. John II. Wlu.ton, ngetit of the St.
I.otiU, Iron Mountain & Soiitlteru rail
road, ha resigned hi position after three
year of untiring energy and pcrever
enee for the Ix-nellt of the road. At the
age of 21 he wa appolutetl agent at IJel-
inont and Columbus, and began his labors
lu a manner tliat promises much for the
future. For one so young he dlsplayeil .
a combination of widom and energy. I
working for the bcuellt ot the road, that
manv older men have failed to aeeconi-
plisli. lie carries with him tlie rcx-et j CMl1
and friendship of all who know him. Hi- onM
attentlvene and gtv.it e-ire of tho
under him, and the rcjrret e.-
prcseil at his departure ha 1 inuHirorune moniti,
ela-l him among the nio-t - - -
exK-neiiceu ami emeieni men ot me Couimuntcatlon upon utdicU of iren
ril'lil. mill hi. w linf &lll-tlnc..i1 in viAInt cY 1
qttalillcAtiou by any other agent extant, i eral ,nt"e,t to tho publlc ,ol,c,teJ
And whatever position he may be called
to fulfil, hi Intelligence, address and i
affability w ill render lilm capable of till- j
ing It, and we bespeak for him an exten- i
slve patronage. A more agreeable, at-'
tentive nud pleaaut gentleman we have -never
met. It l such a geutUmau a-,
this that build up the reputation of any
business; and. with Ids experience and
superior Judgment, lie I a gentleman of 1
character and talents, a true man in all
his relation of life, and w? hope w here
ever his lot may be cast that every Mud
nets will be extended to him. His ah-
EJ-All lrtti r eliriiiM Ik-mMivsnl lo
JOHN II. OIlKltl.Y,
lVsMrut I'ulru lti.llttln CoiutHiny.
"l; i to h..
1 ho TruBteoa of tbo Cairo Cltv
Froporty delre to call public attention
to the tneiits of thel) property, comprls-
lug a considerable portion of the City of
'alro. lu Alexander County, lu lliotate
of lillAol . f Hint hind) liiiinrdliteljr)iuljn-
'I tils city, n Is we'l known, Is silil.itc J at
tie eiiiilhieneii of tlie Ohio and Mll-iliip
thers, ut Hie head ot llliltiterilpleil uaTlRii
tlou on tlie MUslsslp, being below ob
klrtietlolis by Ice lu Hie winter and low
iuer hi niiiiincr. ami iihia nat n I'li'jir unu
open rler coniinunleation ut all times ow-r
the Miellt nl ami ll tributaries, with nil
the eoutitrr ouitlh. to the flulf ol Mexico
ami the Atlantic U-ean. Cairo has ulnii the
amn eliaraetcr oteotiinmnlcatlon with all
the country north ou-r Hie stream tlowltiK
by I', when tline ttreiiu lire not Inuavl
KiiUle by reii-on ol lee or low water.
Groat ' Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving
; FECi'SATi&FACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Oomp y
3, 014, oio ana UIB . MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
,.AHD BOLD EXCLU81VELY.BX
C. W. HENDERSON, C Air o, Illinois. '
SMITH, M. D.
K-tire will lie deeply regretted bv Id;
lare circle of aequalntnuee.-i here.
M. C. f.
JtEStUKN'CK! No. SI Thlitnlli Hrert, Lc
twirn WahIngtou atcunraml Walnut atrw I.
OtTICKi.Vorth able of KUblh .tntt U
Ivrnrti CvminrrrUl anil Watlilnctiin at nine.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
C.rurr Ninth nj 'Walnut
A IIECMTI'VI. NPIUIT.
A lying spirit, purporting to be Judge
Edmonds, has been trying to dccc-lvo the
liiltlifuljeltlicr In Boston or London. Mrs.
Coiiant and Mrs. Tappau, spiritual me
diuuis, the former lu Iloston nnd the lat
ter In London, simultaneously gave com
munications from the spirit of Judge Ed
monds, but the messages were so o
posed to each other lu sentiment that tlie
tplrltuallstH are compelled to reject one
of them as a fraud. Judge Edmonds
will have to speak through some other
medium aud tell which Is his true
or whether either of them was.
WICKED (ST. I.OI INAXN.
The Cttitral Majitiil, published in St.
Louis, aud the organ of the denomina
tion, was shocked that the annual deco
ration of soldiers' graves at.lcflvrson bar
rack was observed on Sunday, and raps
Gen. Sherman, who was pre.-ident of the
day, and the oilier people who took part
in me ceremony, over the knuckles for
doing eo, nnd tells them to let the dead
resi uexi .May, or ni-coraie yieir graves
on some other day than Sunday. The
JtaptUt't advice will probably be followed,
as tho ItOth of May does not come on Sun
day oAeuer than once in every seven
The rates on freight from Chicago to
tho Kiftt un Die lallruuil lines leading out
of that city have lieen reduced lower than
thoy have ever been. the low lake freights
liaving compelled the railroads to put
their figures on u level with those of the
steam lines. The competition on tho rail
and steam lines lu consequence is con
wderable, and grain Is being carried to
Xew Vork at less rate than was ever
Known bciore. A cargo ot wheat was
recently carried from lluflalo to Xew
ork by canal at seven cents ner bushel
This would make a rate thioitgli to Xew
York by water at about thhteen aud a
half cents, it appears, however, that Iho
Xew Vork Central and Erie railroads en
ter into competition fur the business
even at these rates, and It is claimed that
contracts liave been made in Chicago for
the carrying of corn to New York ut
twclvnauda hall ccnU per bushel, tho
Mln being taken to Buffalo by lake and
irora Uicnoe by rail. The railway lines
from Chicago are suffering on account of
the low freight, as they cannot enter
Into competition for the business, and aro
wrying but little grain In consequence.
t-'UMANM IN TIIK I'MITtTb MTATKN,
The breaking out of the Cuban rebel
lion In 18C8, to which It was well known
every naUve Cuban gavo his sympathy
Knot ,i, aetTe co-operation, centered
tMtuspicion 0f the Bpaidsh government
on tne.Cuh.ni as a class, and as a consc
qtlMCW tnaduUielr eontlnued reslik-iico in
OtTItK . Corut r Sitti lUirl ami Ohio IaA .
OlTlCK IlUL'lti; Kimuj 6 a. la. lim , au.l
iluiu s to e p ia.
Sujicrintendent of Public Instruction,
Etter, ha glveu notice that arrangements
liave been made forholdlng examinations
for State Certificate, a follows :
At Englewood, Cook county, July T,
8 and 0 ;
At Normal, McLean county, July i!3.
211 ami 30;
At Springfield, August 12. M aud 14;
At (Salesburg, August 18, 19 and 20;
At Sterling, August 23, 20 and 27 ;
t Carbondale, August ill and Sep
tember 1 aud 2.
The Hoard of Examiners at Carbon-
dale, are Dr. CyrusTliomas, Carbondale;
D. It. I'arkiiKou, Carbondale; M. H.
Swahlcn, Lebanon, and O. (S. Alvord,
Tlie branches In which the candidates
will be examlued will be arrayed In
group, as follows :
Croup 1. Orthography, reading, nrlth
metlc, grammar, essay, theory and art.
The averagu required in this group will
be 80; the minimum, 70.
Group 2. United States hMnrv, geo
graphy, algebra, geometry. Average re
quired, SO; minimum, O.'i.
Group 3. Physical geography, natural
philosophy, physiology, natural history.
Average required, SO; minimum, (SO.
Group I. Itotany, chemistry, astron
omy, school law. Averagu required, 70;
Iietters of Inquiry may be nddreed to
tho State Superintendent or lo any mem
ber of tho Hoard of Examiners for the
place at which the candidate expects to
TheScdalia (Mo.) Democrat of a late
date, contains an article on the late John
C. Breckinridge, written by tho Hon.
George- G. Vest. It Is a glowing tribute
to the deceacd Iicntuckbjn, aud bears In
every line tho evidences of a friend's
partiality. Mr. Vest relates ascenucon-
net-fed with tbulastdaygof the Confcder
acy and lu which Gen. Breckinridge was
chief actor; which rellects credit on Ids
memory aud shows that In his acceptance
and endurance of defeat, hu was no less
great than as tho successful politician or
victorious soldier, lu the spring of 1805,
when It became apparent to the
Southern leaders that the days
of thu Confederacy wrro numbered,
meeting of some of (he Iniluentlal among
tht'tn was held in Richmond, Virginia.
John C. Breckinridge was ol the number
and stilted his conviction that all was
lot, and his earnest desire that the Con
federacy should surrender as n govern
incut, ami not, by merely falling to
pieces, have lu soldiers captured as ban
dlttl and stiller all the Ignominy of- such
a rate, llo believed that In the event of
Its merely ceasing to lie, that tho soldier
from the cotton Slates, aud of those not
occupied by Northern soldlors, would bo
permitted to remain unmolested nt their
Tlie Chlpivrn. A Unit t I m,U ..,.,1
lllluol Central railroad Uavo ngn-cd to ! -r-vn W BLAUW
pool their earning. 1 xJ ' ' '
The National Chri-tLiu Asoclation. . Gorman Physician.
lion io jiecrei socieue.-. met ye-orua y iu
An unknown woman was run oer
by a train on the Memphis & Charleston
railroad, and kilted near Geriuantown,
A mass moc-tinir to oruaulzu an expe
dition to the Black Hills was held In
Phlladephla Monday night. They will
start to the new r.iuorauo next Tucjuay
Chicago will bo rei)rcented in the
national board of trade, which meets In
llelcire the era of I'ullroads Cairo bad a
I'Olilluatullnir position at n eelitte of com
mcrce ami navipiiion. rius mipoi i jiioo ot
ioltloti Mie k till pom-ksc-i, but hu-uow thu
r.iiumoini auwituaKC ot uiung a creni i:ni
rn.nl eeiitre, a muiibi r ol the inut lintiort
ant railroad- In tlie Valley ol tlieMlnli-rlpiil
L-iniM-rclii' to and li.ulnii their termini
there. Aim ng thri-e, coining (rum the north
ate trie iircui iinnoi- i.umrai Kauroau
which lraerci the entire r t.itc of lllinoi
to It Miuthern limits smtliylt-ejimcctloiu
extetiils Into all the p-eu-. nurlliuetteru
iriiilii tiroiliiclnir Stnlc : thu Cairo nnd Vln
eeinif-, evtendiui! from (.'alro to the City of
Viucounr. In tlin.Hlntoof Indians, where
its connection afford direct railroad com
iiiunicatiou with nil b'a-teru cities ; ami
the Cairo .V St. Ixmi Itnllroad, atlordlnx
illieet railroad einnuiuulcallon with tlie
City ! ht. Louis mid all the railroads ecu
toilni: there. Tho ronils comlm: Iroui the
Soutli are the New Oilo-ius, Jackxon and
(treat Northern and the Mobile and Ohio
Uallrosd. whleb five din et railroad com
munlcatlou with ttifl ell b-k ot Mobile and
VAii.l.l..n. AtnlAllibi. Uniilti..i.i Allmilii.
ica ports, nml by connecting roads with nil
the couutrv nuth of Cairo: aud romitur
Iromtlie soulhutut laltie Cairo, ArKiina
ainrlex.n llillroad, whivli rllouu tluitlir
eoiiiiuutiicatliin with soiitbern .MUnourl
Arkanis and Text, nnd the tirlceipal t it
les of thOfC States. Tldi laxt-uitucd road
will jl'U e, alo. illreri eounectlou with the
Tex-i and l'.icllU-. Koud when it Is eomple
ten, inns ij'tx ing mreri eoinrriinicmou wi:i
thu principal porti ot the Paclllu Uceao
I'heiu railroads, terniir-Hliugat Cairo, are
now all completed and iu uacusaful opera
tlon. tlio,e lo Illinois eonilnc into the cltv
on a bank olrarh of the rlvi,t, Ohio and
.Mlidisinii I. aud U'lmlnatiDff at their eontlu
eiicejlhu" curlrcllnr Hie city. The Holly
Snriiii:. BrowLv Ik- auJ Ohio Hirer Kail
road, and the Cairo and 'IV niif (ie ltlvor
Hallrokci. uhlch will b3th tcrmlnatu
Cairn, tiebn cour'c ofconnritctlon and will
foonlie rnuipUted, and other railroads both
iu Illinois and In States south of the Ohio
rier, which wtli al-o terminate nt Cairo,
are projected, and arrauiceuienti luadu to
buUdUieni. The rontnictloii of llicto
will greatly iocrua-v the ritlruad comuiimt
rationt of Citlru.
THE NEW KKSERYU1R 'STANDARD"
AUE,KC0N0MV IN PRICE.
ICk AND UNH FORM
Phlladelphbi on the 15th Iut., bv S. II
MeCrea. G. M. How, C. K. Culow. .1. P.
Iteynolds, Alex. Morn-on, A. M.
Wriglit, X. P. Dickenson and l. W Ir
win. Xew llnuipublre i'ullllcK.
Coxc(ini, Juno 8. Upon the assem
bling of the senate to-day the opinion of
the Supreme court touching thu eligibil
ity of Priest and Proctor to teats iu tin
senate was submitted and placed ou thu
minutes. The court declined to pa-s an
opinion upon the action of the govern
ment and council hi tho matter, as the
completed act performed iu the
dUcnarge of express duty required
oi i uc exec uivcucnartmcnt iv me const -
union ami iiinuamcntai law, noiiiingtnut
such an opinion con n nave no greater
weight than a criticism of one branch of
tue government upon the action ol a co
ordinate branch. Tho court was there
fore of the opinion that when the senate
adjudged Priest and Procior duly elected
senators, inctr action was nnai unu con
clusive as to their rijiht. Tho opinion
i , n... -. .
wni u;ieu un uiu n.iimpiinu mat at
mi! nine oi t uc action ot the senate a con
stitutional quorum was present . Tho
opinion h signed by Chief Justice
Lushing a associate Justices I.add and
The Kind uri.eml in lVucll
Tin; "lead" In lend pencils is not lead
in au, inougn it is called "black leatl."
This welglit, ifuollilng else. tellsvoutbat.
It Is a mineral, and called qruphitr, (front
Ino urecir w-Mi to wiiio.) and is more
ucariy related 10 coal man lead. ou
liave learned that both coal and tlie dia
mond arc tonus of the element, ciirlwni
Graphite Is i-tlll another shape lu which
i? . "'uu i u ii-iiany coutauis a very
nine iron, rmmnagn is anotiier naini-
or it. It cannot be melted, but at a very
high heat will burn. The Hue kinds are
IfOM'llSIDK OF JUOIITJI 8TKKKT
Setweeu Waehtnaton and Commercial
MAftMae. -- .et d-, , ,.
) it ii ......7 " is
Ileal Matw'WVjRSyV'fur me. aiu'liej"" I'll
I.I.U low lo Trad, rfond for l'rlce l.uu ,
tllith trtt and Waiblngtou atrnur.
K. . bKIlin iM, U t. II KECYIK, 1 l
QRS BRIOHAM & KEENER,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
No. 134 Commercial Avenuo,
to e !. in.
IIOl'l!,-. to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 and,
Ilr K wuir ran it found at the olliet
1. -VS vi:N.
OHW H. MULKEY,
Atloriu-y at liiuv.
OFKIC'E: Kluhlh i-liitt, betweeu t'ouimtr
rlal aiU WuakinKtoii aitmita.
gAMUEX, P. WUEELER,
Attorney nt Imw.
OYi'iCK: Ohio Uiit, oTi-r room foruicilr
occuplnl by Klrnt .S'atiuiial lluuk,
AttoriicjN nud CoiuisclorN
OKKICK: Ohio ix.ii, rooms 7 ami S
City National Hunk,
William II. Green. )
Im1,1""" 'i:'1.1!?.?'' 1 CM HO. ILLINOIS.
Mllt'D t'reil'k.tillUrt J
!rj.Siei'lnl attentlun elicn to Ailmlralty and
ADMINISTU&TOK'S 8 ALE OF
BY virtue of an order or tin-zonule rmiii ol
, Alexiimlcr county, In Uii-ftiaiiMji IllinoU,
inaile ut Hu- Hrrenibertcniitlieicof, A, II. 1x71,
iihiii tlie imrtltion ot tho llli'Urli?nr.t, twtlli llils
tmtorol'tlni.tiilol'.loliii II, DeVVItl.ilrreto-iil,
uplnst llaibra V, DeWItt uu-lotlier, I wlll.oii
Tculli liny of June ,.,
at tlie hour of 10 o'clock a. lu., ofbubl (by, n il
ut I'tilillc lemliie at tlielrnnt iloor urilii- ntuiu ol
ItkliunlA. KilniniKlaon ut I'unt faia- Oliuiilimi
lu Mild Alexander county, tliefollowliutiliverlli-
in-.il estate. Minuted In Alexander county. u
Iliei-tiitiHil'lillnol. to-wlt: '
All the interest of the tald John 1) DeWIlt
ilecciucil, lumnl to thu tinillvlili-.l one-liull'ol
that jiait ofectluii beveu (7), towiulilpNo, lout
tiin (II), anutli raiiKi- No. luree (ill, wet of the
Ihlixl irlnrlmliuerulluii, more luirilcularly tie
ncrllied in followD , Conuncnclne at the hall
ncllon corner on miiiIIi Hide of ul.l Motion
een (7) , iiiunluir Ihrnrh nnrth with vurliillnn
tin dettieen (S dcjma) nndtlilrlymliiuteii tony
chaliiH to i r ntre. ut aecllon, and nuinlnK Iheni e
cant iilmtcen mid eluhty-H'ien huiiilieiltlia (lu
B7-U"') clialn to u iiot theme runninir
until, variation 1 tlrcifea (II deifiees) ami
thlrly niiniitea forty eimlna to lo.i "Ki"
tlieniu v i-4t iilnctitii and ulnalj'-flre huiulrnltiii
(Ui U.VKw) chiiins lu lioit of beglnnlntr al "C"
ami eontaiiiliig sevenly.nliie and Uly-l'uar
hiiudreillli (IU Cl-llMi) acres more or lesa.
'IhenboNedencrllKiil real eitato U-lnitnibKan.
tlally the undlvldi-il hair of the went bail or the
mulli caul ouaiter of said aectlon. . .
TLIIMB uF.SAI.i:, One thlitl cami in liumti
the balance to lie ld in one' yrat
orali-, the niireliater to rIio 111
lv HTi-eiit. Inlereat for the ilcferitit luymeni,
ami neriiieu i
ou the premli
anil neciued by iuoi1CAxe with power of ulu iiii.
emli.e unlit. Tlieaale . laio ia-mmle
light of dower of tin; Idow ol
Oeorae V'lilier, Attorney. 412-i-lJ.dlt.
a uiontli to
agents, every whew
. i u , liu-
Adiltvss Kxccuioa ma. o , iiu
Itf ctutral location In tbo treat S'alkv ol
the Mlillppl,(iud the nreat wealth of rher
and railroad communication, ct to Cairo
iliiiirp4Sed advantages as a commercial
point. a It aObrdii to her e.nr and elu.-an ac-
een to all the prain producim; districts ol
lue.iorin acu west, aiiakioiilaraccesato au
the agricultural produce coummers nf the
South, tlius preienlini; Iho best location In
the wejttoran Interchange of the respect
ive northern anil loit'.licrn coiiimodllU-s aud
As a iDanufscturltig location Die position
ol Cairo Is not less Important. The crude
materials of every description, which eon
ttltute the elements of manufactured arti
cles abound on every side, Iron ore, coal,
ofsuperior quality, and timber of every
character, more than others, IicIiil' easily
and cheaply accctvlblc, und the rich agri
cultural rectim of the Immediate neighbor
hood, us well ui the more remote dlitriets
rendered tributary to it by river and rail,
l urui-li supplies ol Ibu r.eeefsnrk-Nor life in
such iilitindancn as to render living except
ionally cheap. When tlieiimiiiifiieturedaitl
clea are produced, the facilities fur cheap
di-drlbutlou by ilvtr ami rail an- not
Cairo has a niAiuI, Intclllgctil, liberal ami
enterprising poplllal Inn of nbout I'J.OOO hut
a superior sjntemol public H-liools, wlilcli,
with others eoinliicud by prhato enter
pilc, aflord UBMirp ssud eilueatiouul ml
vantages Is possessed or Well-cstiibllshed
cliurctics of nearly every denomination
haa publin and pi hale hulliliugs of a tupa
rior eharaeter-h i3 h climate, which fur a
lubrityand heulililulliitltieni-es ennuot be
surpshseil-bm ft well-ri-Rulateil and ef
t clout municipal organization, Its 'trcets
ll(lited with gas, ami other metropolitan ad
vantage, which umko It highly desirable
and lu reality not to be exeellod a a place
Lots and land lu Cairn arc now enured at
very low prices, affording tuvorablu oppor
tunities to purchase, aud Ihu owners pre
sent the location to tho public as ottering
unrivaled advantages lor the successful es
tablishment of commercial or inamifartur
ln$c enterprises, and thu best locality in the
country for profitable investment of capital.
8. ST A ATS TAYI.OK,
Cairo, Ii.i.., ilay nt, IbTl.
WhoUaala and Retail
PAINT AND OIL DEAIiERS.
JOBBERS AND RETA1XERS OF
PATENT MEDICrNES, TOII-ET ABTIOIjES.
DBUaGIflT-' FANCY GOODS, COIiIilEH WHITE LEAD,
VfAX riXW-IR &L4TEBIAL, WINDOW OIiABS,
BRUSHE, 80AP8, COLORS, OILS,
TUBE COLORS, DYE STUFFS,
VARNISHES, ETC., XTC.
WK tollclt corrr'ionleui-- and mli from DruVKlet, l'liyelcliDt and Gruirral Store Id wan
ol good In our Hue .StmmWt, riaiitatlon and I'umlly Metlclnc Lafr fumlitiej or -r
filled with rrllable Dnijit al rvutoimhl rotis
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
74 Obio Loveo.
RETAIL A PRESCRIPTION
WaiiUlntf ton Av., Cor. Sth St.
F. M. STOCXSrifSTB.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koeps a full stoolc of
Monongahela,Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAM AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
.STATE & MO