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JOKk M. OBXBLY, Editor.
Mortimer Thomrnon, known to (lie
reading world it score of years ago bytlio
name of MDoertlck,'' dlrd in New York
city hut Friday. Mr. Tlinmpwn In Ills
ilny was one of the most noted humor-1
nu. writers of Ihln country. Ho win for-ty-ftro
yearn of age had been t"'J Car
ried, liU last wife Mng a daughter of
carl (xrni m isr t-r.RM Aar.
The Berlin International Gattitt of tho
12th of .tune brings to America the re.
jwrt of the speech of Carl Schur. In re
sponse to a toast at tho dinner given him
In Berlin on that date, by German citi
zens and Americans residing In licrlin.
The eloquent tongue oi the German
American statesman eclipsed Itscll on
tliat occasion and the grand and.jut trib
ute paid by hlni to American character
and tho American people will cause the
hearts of his adopted countrymen to turn
toward hi in with an Increase of that ad
miration which they felt for him when
he left the fclmrc of America lor the
ax Ai.AttMi.Mi nr.ticir.
A special dispatch to the Chicago
Times from Washington dated Monday,
says "there will be a better showing In
revenue matter at U" ! of thU vrtr
than there was last. Lnst year tlic re
ceipts exceeiled the expenditures by some
$2,000,000. To pay thu .sinking fund, it
was ncccsary to take nearly $1 '.',000,000
out of the treasury. ThU year, accord
lug to thu treasury ehowing, and so far
as can be seen, the receipts exceed the
actual running expenditures by tome
314,000,000. ThU Is what Mr. Conant
savs. Others put the cxcc at $!),000,
000. Whether Mr. Conant or any of the
treasury ofllclals care to call the money
needed for thu sinking fund, 'only $.'11,
000,000, a deficit or not, one thing Is cer
tainthat the money has to bo paid all
the same, and tho tax-payer ha to sweat
just as much for It."
MARRIED IX HI'ITK OF Til KM
NEI.VKN. An Indiana court has decided that .Ta
red It. Huell and Susan 1). Gilbert, w ho
entered Into a contract ol marriage to
last "as long as the union or love should,
last" are married sure enough, willy
nllly; the form of the marriage was not
In strict accordance with law In such
cases made and provided, but the contract
I ' a legal one and will stand in every re
spect except the provision "so long .15
love shall last." If love Maps his wings
at any time and departs the Buell's house
hold, Jared and Susan will llml them
selves tied as fast as they could have been
by any licensed preacher of the gospel or
iworn Justice or the peace, and If either
Utompt to consort with an "afllnlty" on
the same terms, will find himself or hcr
rlf liable to action for Meant v. Trulv.
the way of the free lover Is hard, even In
THE XATt'BALlZATlOX qVENTIOX.
a question of naturalization, lnvolv-
g some nice points and one for which
tlierc Is no precedent, lias been under thu
COiiiIoVrntlnii nf Attnnw.v r:....,... Km.
pont, submitted to him by the depart
ment of state. The facts
briefly aro that Mr. A. Ster
nekoentcr, a Prussian subject by birth,
Immigrated to the United States in ISIS
and was naturalized In St. Louis In lS."il.
When he returned to Germany ho took
with him his son, then aged t years, born
in the United States. The sou Is now
twenty years old. The question at issue
is, Is the son liable to mili
tary service In Germany V Thu
attorney-general comes to thu conclu
sion that thu boy has two nationalities,
oue natural and the ottier acquired. The
father returnlug to Germany, resuming
his allegiance, the son partake of the
status of his latlier, being a minor, and
having enjoyed the protection of Ger
many, he for the time being, or until ol
age, owes military duty, thu obligations
being reciprocal ; Lut when tho boy In
comes ol age he cm return to the United
States as an American citizen, with all
the rights and privileges as such, and
would even be eligible to the prc-ldeucy
of the United States.
AIVICE TO M'CAKTXr.Y.
McCartney ot thu Metropolis Times, lit
a spirit of virtuous indignation, Informs
the Tammany society of New York that
he has received a circular letter Inviting
him to be present at their 3d of July cclc
bration, but that hU honesty, patriotism
and party sympathies alike prevent him
lrotna.sslstlng.in the celebration "of thu
with anniversary with such a pack of no
lltlcal thieves an InliahttTauiiimiiy." Ve
admire the spirit displayed by McCartney
but he should really have couched his re
filial In less severe term. Tammany
will be thrown into mourning. They no
doubt counted on Mae's presence as one
of the big features of the celebration, anil
to be refused and rebuked by him at the
ame time will cause a commotion among
the Sachems which will not subside
by the 3d of Jnlv. We are entering on
an era of good feeling, and even thu great
and the good and the immaculate Mc
Cartney can atlord to forgive everybody,
Tammany included, without Impeach
mcntby the public of his motives. Now,
be Magnanimous, McCartney; If you can't
possibly get off on tho 3d of July, write
to Tammany ; write them a letter, Love,
and tell them you forgive them. Do now.
THE rAHMEB C05INPIRINU.
An IlllnoU cormjendent of tho Chi
cago Timet, writing to filut Japer from
Marshall. Clark county, rcWls n dark
and under-handed purpose on the pari ol
the Farmers of the SUte lo euteiSjnto a
eoMpfaracy with the Bourbon Detnooracy
to lot the next governor of llllnbu.
TIm FaraMr aro to furnish the canal
ats Hit Dtnocracy U to vote for htm,
muI tiMeeiMfMrators do not entcrUln a
ilwiM that tbe eighty thousand farmers
wliOj III obedience lo (lie (llctlltil nf
the State Farmers' noclntlon, will
vote for hint too, will exercise the bal
ance of power in tile ftnto and sent tho
governor In 1S70. The candidate fur
nMicd by the farmers U to bo VVlllnnl C
Flngg. Vlngg Is a iitlrartlonll and
hard-money wan. and the Farmers are
Inflationists, Mt t'lr-y claim that the gov
ernor ofn State can have little or no con
trol oer Its finances and want Flagg be
cause they like him, and because he can
control the railway and other branches
Jn-whlrh they have an Interest.
Well, Flagg U a good enough candi
date for us, and If the Farmers hol-t him
as their choice for governor, we will en
ter into the conspiracy to elect him and
do our best to make It n succcs. Give us
Flagg, and long may he wave provided
Barkis, that l, the Democratic party. U
THE CIIHAIlO TIMI.
The Chicago 7Vim on last Sunday
made Its appearance In an entirely new
dress, and now can claim without any
assumption of vanity that It U one ol the
hand.oiucl newspaper on the continent.
The llr't Usitc of tho Timts in Its new
dress contains a history of the paper
from lis early days until the pictcnt.
The career of thu Timei, with few varia
tions, has been the career of all great
newspapers. The Chicago (biiranf, a
penny sheet who-e proprietors
had not money enough to run It,
was purcha.-cd by parties who had
a little e.xt ra change, and merged Into
Yamir) America. Ill the full of IS. I, the
paper chaiu.'L'd hauiU, was ru-chritcncil
the TiiHM.and bccnimt tliu organ of
.Stephen A. Douglas. It drifted along
under not unpromMng circumstances
until the year of the Chaile-ton conven
tion. The split in the Democratic party
brought grief to the Timtt, and for a
time It was feared the attack of Inpceunl-
oIty would soon and llnally end lis ex
isteucc. But a deliverer In the person of
.McCormlck. Hie reaper man, appeared,
McCormlck owned a Democratic, paper
called the Herald Uo purchased the
Times and called the Joint concern the
Herald and the Times. But it shortly be
came apparent that the newepaper was
top-heavy, the Herald part of tho name
was dropped, anil the Chicago Time) made
About thu lime thu rebellion of thu
Southern States was a llxcd fact, Mr,
Wilbur F. Storey purchased thu Times,
and In a short tlniy it became apparent
that under hU niaiwjcmciit the news
paper was about to enter on a course of
journalist lo suece.-s and prosperity, lie
Infused life Into all the departineutsof the
newspaper, and its editorial columns
showed tact and ability. Subscriptions
and advertising patronage swiftly re
warded him. In 101, two thousand ruIi
serlbers read the Times. In 1800, four
teen thousand read it, and in 1875, forty-
two thousand tlud it as Indispensable a
necessity as their morning meal.
Mil. Ilr.MiY Wattkkhon, the accoin
pllshcd editor of tho Louisville Courier-
Journal, delivered an address before the
literary'soclctlcs of the State University
at Bloomlugton, Iud., on the 2Sth ult.
Mr. Wattcreon's discourse was a "I'lea
for Tolerance." It was an eloquent and
Hujiou hath it that Delano has really
resigned and that his resignation will bo
nindo public to-day. Kiimor Is probably
mistaken as she has been many times be
fore. If she Is, we say to Delano on the
part of thopcoplc, delav-no longer, stand
not on the oiilur of your going, hall and
Ions Cotton of Shelby county, Ken
tucky, cursed God because his crops were
touched with frost some weeks ago.
Cotton was attacked with paralysis thu
:mic day, and now cannot audibly curse
God or anybody, and his neighbors all
believe the Lord has punished him for
his blasphemous wickedness.
Tin: internal tcvenue receipts for thu
year, up to Monday last, amounted lo
$100,1(10,000. This Is four millions above
the estimates. It was thought that thu
receipts of the next two days might
crowd the sum total for thu year up to
A woman living near to thu Tilton on
Livingston street opens her mouth at thu
eleventh hour to Inform an anxious pub.
He that she repeatedly saw Beeeher open
the street door of the Tlllon's residence
with a latch key.
Jackson county U to have a pioneer
picnic in September. All the old sett cr
of the county, male and female, are to bu
gathered together, anil the meeting Is
bo made ouu ot the moat interesting
tho annals of the county.
ARREST OF JOSEPH LOADER ON
CHARGE OF PERJURY.
Niill'loii.SIi)t fiiidilH ol Ileleiiilmir
No Agreement Arrlred at at Yet.
Ni:w YoitK, Jiinu -tl. Joseph Loader
was arrested late last night on complaint
of Col. Beeeher for perjury. Price ap
peared as witness against him, making
allldavit he did not know Loader pre
vious to 1872 and knew nothing about
Tlltou's house until recently, lie said
Loader told him that now would ho a
good time to maku somo money. Judge
Morris appeared for Loader, and Tracy
and Hill tor complainant. Thejudgeor
dered both Loader and Price to bo
locked up for examination,
It was rumored around thu court
building to-day that Loader has
confessed that his story ami pub
lished altldavlts were manufactured and
J. J. Price, the upholsterer who, a
few days since, with Loader, made alll
davit that lie had, while laying carpets at
the house of Mr. Tilton, seen Beeeher
and Mrs. Tilton in equivocal position, to
day swears that the former story Is un
true, and the result of a deciwald con
spiracy. HKAPV TO lltXIIN AUAl.V.
Mr. Morris said yesterday that his side
was ready to begin again within an hour
after the iliicliarge of tlm Jury, using the
testimony cl Loader ami I'rlce.
flip Tl,r tn.il, IV tins tilt' lolttm lllir Ill
Its story of the Tlltoii-Bccclicr jury !
ADout-i. p. in. ye'icniay uw-v who
hatmcned to bu In I lit' corridor wen) ns-
tonlshcd to ee Mhcannan, Murray and
lllgelow. and Lawyer Abbott clerk
walk briskly to thn court-room adjoining
the ouu In which the Jury were, with two
windows looking directly hi two windows
of the latter room at u distance ol about
twenty feel. An attempt to tollow tliem
alinu'i.il Hint, tliev linil Secured tho door
behind them by placing a chair under tho
Kliou. l lien a point was mumi iiiuii
which a view ol the Interior of thu room
could be obtained It was seen that
.Shearman and lllgelow and Abbott's
clerk were engaged In animated debate In
liuill ill uuu ui uiu tt inuutt jiiuimuiiuu,
while Murray was at the other convers
ing in a loud voice with Christopher Fit
ter and Gcoriro Hull, who were standlii'r
at tne window opposite. At tins tlic re
porters ljursi in tuc uoor and entered tlic
room when Shearman, Murray and the
clerk instantly made thelrexlt. Bitrelow
remained nearly halt an hour, thu repor
ters watching hlni closely, when he too
took his leave In apparent distrust. As
soon as Fitter saw the reporters he cloed
tii me iiimiis. a view ot tile room sun
sequently obtained front a house on Ihe
runt place showed that thu twelve wen
again In consultation.
1 ins llllon-lleechcr ur.v have not
yet agreed. ThU morning they sent for
the testimony of Beeeher and Moultou
and It was lurnlshcd,
Loader was arralened hi the third ilk
trlet police court this morning, but owing
to lacK oi preparation on iiotn stiles Hie
case was ad ourneil until to-morrow.
J ne jury entered .ituigu .Medio s room
at h o eiocK. and at in me court iiou-e
wiisloe,ed for the night.
TRIGGER AND TARGET.
THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL RIFLE
HATCH AT D0LLYM0UNT.
The .1 iiieric'iiii Ten m Ylelirin .tiler
ii Nlmi'ii Contest.
Dciii.in, June 2S. There is a large at
tendance at Dollvmouiit to w tiiess the
greatshootlng contest between tho Amer
ican nui! Jrlli riflemen. The road lead-
ine from tlic c tv to the scene or the
shooting, a distance of three miles. w.t
crowded durlne the mornlne with peo
ple. American and Irish flags were dis
played on all sides. Thu weather Is hazv,
nnil a high wind Is blowing. The firing
began soon alter eleven, at the SOO-vards
range : a (leiatcnmeiit. ot tnu I' liieeutli
regiment act as matkers. Nearly half
tuc snots nave, now iiioomnccn nicii. but
so close are tne scores mat. it is impossi-
nio to anticipate inc result. At snort
range botlt sides are doing tlno work and
nearly nil the shots aro bulls-eves.
O.si: I-. m. The tiring at the SOO-yards
range has been completed and thu result
Is otic point iu favor of the Irish
team, the total scores standingas follows:
American :i:i: Irish IIIW. Individual
scores wen; :
I'iiI ton r,H
Two O'Ci.ock v. m. Thu teams are
now tiring at !K)0 yards range ; 2s' out
ot PO'shots have been llred by each ldo
nun tne Americans are is poii.ts alic.-ui.
I'VlUIi O'Ct.ock- Tim Oionttiiir it thn
100 yards raiiL'u Is ilnl.lici . nnil tli result
is largely in titvor oi tne Americans, t lie
total scores are as follows : Americans.
..' ; irisp, WJ. xno following tire the
imiiviuuai scores, cacn out oi jiossiiiie (JO;
A llliul vlclorv for the AmerleMii te.un
U believed certain. There are fully ten
uiuii-auii sj,m:nor on tne ground,
iiiuuii- iiium tne lorn mavor- ol i.ouilon,
11..1.11:. .....1 '
1'IIUIIIl iiuii 1 01 1.
Skvkx O'clock. TI10 shooting at the
Ollll tllfllt!lllll V!ir.l tVllll.i. tlllL.lt .....u w.
markablv lluu on both sides, wn, won bv
tliu Ainerieaus by a i-eoro of :i0:i iilmIiisi
'J00 for thu Irish. Thu match has been
won by the American riflemen bv a total
ofOii" to!L. Thu following were the
individual scores anno yards range
1 ate ;'j
1- ulton Hi
Tho number of persons who assembled
to witness thu shooting gradually Iu
creased as the mutch drew to u cloe,
Tho victory of thu American marksmen
was nailed with tremendous enthusiasm
OVATION TO T1IU AMKItlCAN TIIAM.
A most enthusiastic ovation was given
to the American team 011 their return
Irom Dollyuiouut to this city tills even
ing. A grand bauriuct iu their honor was
given to-night by tho lord mayor of Dub
lin, at the Mansion House. A large num
ber of distinguished guests, Ineliidlngthu
lord mayors ol London and York were
present. Thu Irish riflemen admit tho
superiority of tho Americans throughout
the match, and acknowledge that their
victory was fairly won. Thu American
team used breech-loaders ; thu Irish all
used iiignys muzziu-ioadcrs.
FOIt the sjHvily euro of Seminal WcaknttB,
Lout Munhooit nnd all ilinvnlers hrouplit
on by Indiscretion or exoesa. Any DnigKl.l
lias the Ingrtilknta,
Addrccs, Dr. K. HILTON A CO.,
1-21-ilAw-lT. Clnflnn.tl, Ohio.
iRltnal CftUiMla liki.l flu.. 4m. ti.u..dl
Mb I'klsni. (Tltri Vrii IJil. inlk..! t n . . . . I
u. :... . . ,i i7r,-' j rr c'r ' wt
(Jllto 1'rilll .Ini'w,
lit 7i" wills per docn ; nil the latest civic
lu jelly glass. Sealing wax In largo and
small' quantities, at Dan'l liailmaiiV
corner Sixth street.
This pleasant Summer Itesort Is now open
for visitors. Tho FnrhiEs nrc Hip Hum!
Chalybeate water, and ore situated In a
beautiful beech grove, near a lomintl.:
stream with high rocky hank. The 8pi lugs
arc half-way between Vienna nut flol.
conda, and ran be reached by hack from
either ot tlio-e place.-. It. ". IIivino,
tune 22, 1&7.. 'WM-'itv.
te5yXX Amber and While rag stock
envelopes at the Bri.i.Kii.v ollice, printed,
50 and SI noper .M.
as to the treatment of all dlsciisej, from the
mildest nllmcnt to the deadliest epidemic.
but tho fact that the California Ylnegar
Hitter Is conmierliig maladies which h tvo
dcllcd tha faculty, rci dcrs these profc!
iot;al d llcmiccs of little con:iuciH'e,
While Dyrpcptla, (loul, Uhciunatlsii). Uri
nary Coni'ildhits, lli!lloiinc5, Ninons
Disabilities and a'litUordcr not organic,
arc obliterated by this matchless vegetable
tonic am! alterative, win cites for opin
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief fof youujr men h,m tlic ef
teels of error and abuses In catly life.
Manhood re-tdrcil. Impediment to mar
riage removed. New method ol treatment.
New anJ rviiiarknbli! remedies. Hooks
and clrculirs cnt free, iu scaled envelopes.
Addrc-f, IIOWAltl) ASSOCIATION', till
N. Mnth street, Phllailclphla, Pa. an Insti
tution having a high reputation for honor
al.Ic condilet and piolcsslonal -kill,
"! I-d t w-Stti.
A ilel -plnted No.O Wilson -htlttI t-cw-lug
Machine, hard (piano) lluhh, vuhled lit
$S.". Will bo told at V-0 dl-i'oimt, on good
teriiw. and ordered direct from tlio factory.
A Xo.'J Wllsan .Shuttle Sowing Machine
valued at ?7.. Will be sold at ?15 discount
and ordered direct frrm the factory.
A ?!i0 Uemioton Sowing Machine-f10
oil' for cash. Suitable, for tailor or boot ami
At a bargain, and on good terms, a Howe
Sewing Machine. May bo ecn at the Com
pany't ollice, corner Ninth street and Coin
merclal. POB SAI.K.
"Pleluwimc 1 America" 11 miotjers
bound 111 "J volomco, full gilt Morocco :
A stj Is "K," ClotigU, Warren k Co. V
Parlor Orgaa, rltfbt from the factory at Or
troit. I.ht price, frSOO. Will be sold for
A new two'lioric Oamblc wagon.
tur any of the above articles, apply at
tho Huli.ktin ollice. K. A. ItUUNKrr.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpilK 11UU.KTIX U puWUheJ every morning
(vxceiit MumU)) In Hit? Hull. I In HulMIng, cor
ner WmlnnKlon in nine uiul Twelfth atm t.
Tut IltLtEiiN I erviil to city eiilucrlUTii by
fullhdil carriers at Twenty-Kivc Ctiiio iiM'rtL,
payable weekly. lly.Mail, (in uilrance), tl0)er
annum 1 six moiilh, tCj tlirev rnonllii, $J nnc
monlli, tl 23.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
l'ublliliitl etery Tluu-silay iiiorulnB at l 25
ptr unniiin, Invariably In advance. 1 lie postage
on tlic Weikly will be prepaid nt ofUcc, eo
Hint siibitcrlberii will obtain for lubtcrlptlon
rice of tl a )enr.
Ii A 1 I. V .
I!nnluc8 Cniih, pcrannurr, I'M w
One square, one nurtluu... 1 00
One ferpiarc, two intertiuii, 1 SO
One square, one week i U)
One mjiiare, two witka, a 10
One square, tluvc wiekf,. 4 in I
One kquit, urn. month,. ( 5 00
W K K v.
One sipiaie, one luitrlon ..1 Ifl
I'acli mbscqiient lusertoni M
CJ"One lucli U a i-qmtc.
E?To ivjrularudveriscrii neofllTauprrlorin
UucemcnUi, bolli at u rate ol clinrer and man
ner of illtplaylni; tlilr fatorn.
S3"NotlecH lu lowl coliiiiiu inserted for fif
teen Cents per If te fur one insertion, Twenty
Cent a line fur ,wo iusertloiu, Tweuty-t'lvc
CV11H n line fur tint Imerlloiin, Tliirty-Klvc
CenU a line lo? one week, nnd Seventy-Five
L'en til n line for me month,
Communlcttlona upon ubject of Kon-
oral lutorost to the publlo olicited.
t3.MI letten ktiould be adilreaaexl to
JOHN It. OIIKKLY,
l'iwlilnt Cairo Ilulletln Company.
BOX and BASKET GO
AtlklmU hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &0.
Mill and Yard,
Jorner Thirty-Fourth atroot nnd
l'ho I'ooplo'M KOiucdy.
Tho Univoranl PninExtraotbr.
Notu : Ask for Pond's Extruot.
Tako 110 otlior.
"llcir for t will slK-ftW or toII(iil lliliiit '
I lljll l'lr In Mall or IInl"tn,
1 Knlls, llriiltPi.
ISHTiliti, Sprains, (.'until
1'riirliiret, tut", Ijictni-
tel nr Inched Wounds
Ilterdliiir I.iiiikw. or
N'oip Illei'il, mid lllwit-
Ins (iuins or Twtli
PN Itkmlliik riles.
I llllmt Piles, (Infallll.lf )
' rulitla, ShiIIkI t'ntv
StllrnesN nr Sorrni'i,
. I.umti.iuo, tii me Hack
Sin e Tlirmit or Ouhisv,
1 ll. AStlllllll.
Sure or Infliiitiol V.vt or
Hon .Mlirilrv, llill.unol
I'lilnlnl or Ion 1'iofii-c
SI UK l.etr. (Imtljn III..
it... ntnl Tnrmir
liniM and Slramrur'.
I'liMlluct nnl Kxcorla
lions of liifnnt, or
Vnrlcose Vein-. Kn-
liit-jfiil or IiiI1.iiiic1 Vclnn
I'leeri. old ."net, Inter
Hull. l.'mhuiHpH. T11-
1.1..M 1 1... u.. . llt..M.
'rii nnd lliitilotii, Clmf-
en or ore m-ci.
Keliin orW'lilllnw, Kro-t-
fl l.lmlt or Tartu.
liisiiiii IIIIi-m. lined
'lliiK-, tliappcit Hand.
I'OMVS r.XTIt.ViTlifDrwiluliyiill I'trt
'lnt llrutfKlHI. hikI iecoiiiiiiiMllti)'
nil Ilrnrifln, l'liy-lcl;iin, mul ncrj-ImhIj-
who Iiiih I'U'r u-iilll.
I'ninphlel imntaliilnir Itl-tnry nml t'-rirnuil-"1
liK-dii nppllciiliiiii, If nut fiiiuiilntjotir
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Svw York nml I.oikIoii.
hi: a i. i:tati: ai; J'..vr.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
JONVEYANCEKS. notaries public
Land Agents of tho Illinois Central and
BurllriKton and Uulncy R. II.
North Cor. Sixth find Ohio Lovne,
I. l. I.V.Ntll. JI. J. IIOWLKT.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Dolloctors and Conveyancers,
OFFICE At tho Court House
JOHN P. HELY & CO.,
Sous e Agents,
Collectors and Conveyancers,
Land Survoying and Civil En
OFFICE-In Winter's Block. Corner Com
mercial Avonuo and Soventh Street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Cloao.
Oorner 10th St. and Comtnorcial Av
C. O. PATIER & CO.
BV Irlin- o two rertaln executions toinedl-l-eeleil
by the clerk of the elreiilt cunt ol
Alevander comity. In the Stale of
llllnol,, one In favor ot VomiK llrolh
ern Company, and tlm other In l.i
vornf Alfri-d II MifToi-il, ii'islBiucof Alexander
II lrvln, nnd Imlli nKulnst lohn II llrowu, I
li.it leiieil iiiion the IiiHiiuIiil' iUcrihel lilon-
erty.liilho eoiinlyof Alexamler imd Hhile of
Illinois, to-tt it; i lie imrintteii i uiirier 01 nut
uorthtteft quarter of mtIIoii nlv (ii), in township
tlxlcen (H) outh, ami in .-aiiKe one went of the
till rd prluciiml inerhllani the northwest quarter
i.rihi. Miiilliuenl mnirlerof Killon thlrlv-onn
In township llheen (!) soiilli mid in nuiee
1 ttestoi llie 1 1 1 1 ri l iriiicii;ii iiit'rmniiiinu norin
eu4t quarter of the otllhen.t quarKrof lection
tli rly-sl.N (.W). In townlihi lll'leen (15) fotith.
nnd In inline lo (-) wcttnf thothlnl pilnclnal
inerldiuii lots niimljeniloiie(l)loile(l),l)olliln
hisl v.. In liloi k niiiiiheri.l one (11 . lots liliniher-
.tl ittn tn mul llirw (.1). in block nuinbereil ttto
(-'Jilots niitnhered one (!) to live (ft), Iwlh lu
clusltu iu block numlieieil four (I), lots limn
beredoiie (I) tn neveu (), both inclu.he in
block uiinibvrcd wven (7), lot iminbere.l one (1)
id hfiin 171 hoth Incliialve In block numbered
elitht If), lots numbered two (i), llueu (a) mid
four (I). In block numbered lite (5), lola Hum
liered tvto VI), lour (I), lite (:), lx (i.) ninUiteii
(7) lu block nninbereil blx pi) In thu town ol
Unity, and nil in thu county of Alexander and I
Ulale of Illinois, nt llicproirty nf the ild John ,
II. llrown, tthli'hl elmllolTer ut puhllcsalcut
tlic southwest door of the court house In the city
of Cairo, In the county of Alexander mid Stale of
Illinois mi the sixteenth day of duly, A. D., t
and sunset ofsaid day, fur uish, to MlUly Ndd
execution. , AIA:X. II. IlfVI.V,
hherlff of Alexander County, llllnoN,
Citlro. Illinois. June :ili, W-
THE NKW MT IIKSEKVOIR "STANDS
Groat Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PER
FECT SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE OMLV nv
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp y
O n1.1 Dill .. . .1 11 Q M t A TUT f ,m T"l T. -.,, r.m '
, uiiu uu iixviii oxxxcituir, a t , iiUUlo, JV1U.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
O. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois. 8.7.2m
onV-Hil f r salc at
Croat Reduction in Prices,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Japanese Silks, Silk Poplins,
Urcr Slock r.r Whlto Oooda, Victor!- Lnwna, Swlsn Marnilloi, himI .1 l.-iryi' s.ok or
Itlbbona. TliUentltvrtrKl. will l oM at Miul ro-t. nml ronlimu until it I. clu! mil. lull
lei lo com meed uf t.n-at Itaraln ' TI.IIM -IIIKTI V I V-II.
Corner Bightli St. and Coznnaorcial Ave
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAI2.3R j
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS,
w-wr m -a r nr ...Tin -w r" wr-r-frt .
nri! -ollclt rorrt-'nondencp arid ontem fr. 11. l)i
V or good In nur line hti'amhoat, I'li.nt
filled with reliilile DniRi at misoimhle r..!' .
WHOLESALE iSs RETAIL, CAIRO RETAIL & tXESCRTTlOl
74 OPlo Levco. ' j vvaalilncton Av Cor. 8th St.
1 A ilI yXtPALA0mSFORTHECaEBPAr7M. 1,
it. 1 1 ii wr - w -
ii ifi ii'
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v . .'IHkD
F. M. STOGHFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full Htook of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND TALIFOKNIA WINES.
aim: r:rnvmiv ixrininM:
lllli I.V VlSt "lit I 111 I llllUl
QUICK AND UNIFORIVT
Of DRY GOODS
COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
f -i r-r -r i- r r. -r A c
-I 1. i-hv.,irUns unit lienernl
Pton In wan
:t..n 1.1. i 1 i.n.i:y Mrdlrin- Imw 1'irnlthnl 01
RLa - i. Italian
sh . inn