Newspaper Page Text
to IUtltr on KTcry Vaife,
Ont X. OBKRLY, Editor.
AL Iiii Sliced ."4i ItkUnt. Whin.
Tit Sew 1'ork UeraM says tli.it the
uynuuuuHi uetnocrat ie
HOWS, 111 lllU.SSt. T- lin'l-
-i iiriNW Home ,
Friday A Saturday ( I
U W McKaam, I' M.
ST. LOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
- J ft SOUTHERN K. It.
Kxnress Iratcs Culm dully..
I .i n
Kxprvss arrive at Cairo unity..
Accauiniodatliiu Irate Cairnilull) '' 'u. i.
Areomuiodatlon arritrs dally (cxi-i-pl
rtunday) - II mo nm.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TK11XS LIAVk CAIIIO
Mall at U:l!t I lu Dully
express at. 3:ip, lu
rreighl t 4:O0u iii...Hxr.ii Simd.iy
Freight at . 4 :j ni...
AUI1VK AT CAIIIO
Mall st - .. '.::Wa. m ...linlly
Kxan-a at J::wp m ..Kxeept .Sunday
SWlglll Si HMM M. l III..
rrV!d of nl lortiuie In proving Ills In
-nice." What Is the remedy for this
flstlce: the people, bore the cxpens
he prosecution would the Telegraph
? thctd assume the oblhratloits of the
Ittforc It began to
Aisnr A:'THe'v report that e
s9 ntj.j inti1i1 Im rlmrwil
rpiiK itKpicfr.ites to the -Itepiiblicaii
H-.- ,i in Jiiiic, has ciiii.-cd some cx
.iiemcut nnionj,' proiuliicut memlicrs
the party, and u mbYcmeiit is on foot. to
subtllii(e.CliIc.i'o for, Cuiciuiiati it tlie
hotel proprietors there will promi.u in
writing Hint 011)5' regular rates shall be
charted. Senator Morton has kIvcii his
word that ii Cincinnati hotel keepers do
not j;ivc up their money-making plans,
Chicago shall have the convention.
com i-i.i:r: tiii: taiii.i.ii;.
Tlie Plymouth Kxaiitiiiluj; committee
furntthed another K'U.-atiuu last nllit.
Jlenry C. Ilowcn went before it and read
Ida statement, uud when he started to go.
tlie doors wero ordered to be locked, mid
an uttcmpt was made to dvtalu him by
torcc. lie broke lor the back part or tlie
house, followed by his sons shouting for
the reporters to come (o their father's aid,
and with a dozen or two ot the Plymouth
Christians trying to prevent his exit, lie
jrot out at last, however. To preserve
the dramatic unities the Fcaiulal
should culminate in a grand
slaughter nil around. Tiltou
ought to kill Iiecchur and then
drink poison, while Moultou is engaged
in a broad-sword combat with Sherman,
and during ttic time this is going 011
iiowen might put a cao of dynamite un
der Wlilto's house, blow ni) ilia examin
ing committee and hlmscll with it, while
Carpenter and Oliver Johnson played
slow music aud burued blue lights Ln the
distance. It would make a splendid tab
leau. Louiicillc Lcttffcr.
To have the tableau complete, Oliver
Johnson ought to bo called belore the ex
amining committee Jut before the dy
namite is placed under White's houxc.
Johnson's talent 11 a letter writer could
be recognized in no more appropriate
manner than bylblowlnglilm up with dy
namite, or something else. Pastor Halli.
day tould supply Johnson's place on the
'I n.tKK XOT.W.tl'iN L'I'O.V I
Secretary IlrMow will stay hi the cab
inet. The conscjucntc of putting him out
is fully appreciated by thu managers
ot tlie ltepubliean parly at Washington,
aud it Is now fully conceded that Mr.
liristow will stay where he is until after
the Presidential election. Thu example
of the New Hampshire Kcpublicans who
telegraphed to Wa-hlngtoii that lirls
tow's resignation would cost the party
the State, ha been followed by a like
message from tlie Maine ltcpiibllcans,aml
private letters and telegrams trom all
parts ol thu country contain the game
warning 110U1 to the administration.
- lisljncr Douglass testltled on
U. g. roviu .trials that the atlminls-
,L'i'"S?.AA::;;v:--y'"-.:-';' o existence
k&d THUU3DAY l o'clock J.he Kcliubli
'tr.TSi!1;? v.yj tuk,jijav -n,uro or
T.AM . 1 -
.vkMi. .luv-nmn Dirailirr . -
lUNHoWAM. I III III. It Illfilll-.U
wAtT 11. i-KMNiaiiTo lorm in tno case o-
Will l-'.,.rlOu I
DAY mJVUlUAT""- treasury. Tlie
Wi'IL,iTtTvCfi.ro fTf" better element ot the
would rebel against
Ilrlston; is tlie iuilu
' Ti.. .iTOJ"-'i him where he Is
od is good," says lloss
M Jlepublleau under-
. U-tbat right Is only right
mTt.& lrty Inter-
HnDnille Tor I
UX aiulaA'lUKAOl Up. lu
Itm Culto evtry 1I1UUSDAV mu .0
I Op. m,
fccli Iwat nwlmcUuo coniiilions ut hi
With flMt-cluui nuamtri for At. Iiiil..."
Pbiiud Nair'Orlnni. ami at Kranrll lV
. -".-7 Ti i",uiii iuriii aim
aivlwiUUhe LMilavUle Mail Hlrami-rn Ibwal
UiaUOBlM UpH!f OIllli.KiOliK UlloURlui-
trlnnltnr'' " ,f "'KU l" l'0,u"
1 1 nvwrtlirr lnformntlon njtuly to
J. M. l'HII.I.ll'K. 'lAKinU,
II Al.f.llkA V ItUIIM 1
' I . B. .. . ,1 ' 1... .. I.,' I.
X j"i'V.lnlcnfliJt and tu&d, Jrrelbt Aprot,
nia vV-lr. ..ik hto Vnavilk- lu.liujit-
ltams iWasruiu for nic.J ,,,, 111.
Shepherd and Oabcock were lor a long
time and perhaps still arc, partners in
business. They rose from the ranks ot
the "common herd" nearly con
tcmpcruneously. A dozen years or
so ago, Shepherd was a mason
and carried brick. In tlie city of Wush-Uit-a.
After tho war Uubcoek was u
poor- man ylttus purse was so meager
that be became one of a trio whose tainl-
I military - mess for the
iakiSraNtoUV. iSomu years since, hj-
trict ef,CyhuMM,Tntf re-l into a building
partnership and erected blocks of valua
Wo bouses, nobody except the Initiated
tiodenUndinft' where fiio funds were oh-
I.tlned. The wlilto-wnolihiK InvoMlralliic
" '' me uiMrict t Cohmili
r'hRK-m-Shepherd neertlllrate of hon-
"U.niiu now (lio Hnbcork Jury have
..SUCH one 10 Hint, ami Storm, Por
trr,VMlniin nml Kruni, bless ihem.
coinu In for n share of Shepherd'
M Alt HI j AN ty C.tlltO.
ilanll flf.is will be celebrated In thocilles
ol Saw Orleans nml Memphis, on a rrnnd
-ffiile to-day. The most elaborate prepa
rations have boon made at hold places ;
'( '"'!ailS VXWVU IX hundred limns. I
Hie ili-u... ..tl nmry i ..., r' jt'Oelm
irntii-ffly Mnokc-nr.n'i. .
lliy knllliil linine-Miy spi lugs and voiles lln
liriniihiin IrtltiMenflhy uhei-bi t
Tli) (rain orr.irs behind, ulieilk-nt, mt-rrlly Ibl
1 lmiitli irate, or culm now an III, now alu V, i-l
fflrail lly ciirfci lug ;
Tjf uflhe nunlrrii 1 nubbin of mnllon mid
I'or mice, chiiic-m-ih- Iiu- nunc, uml merge In
n-rsr i-trn as here I Mi-lliee,
llli nloriii, an. I buileting i;n-ls of wind, and
llyih), lliy rjrnliii;. linglng lvll tu nonml ll
Uy nliiiit.iliy lilcnt nUnulIiiiiiiii i tit Inn
Vltrrv Ilirnati'J ImmiiI)
liolllliroiieli my rluml, wllli nil lliy l.iwlens
IiiiisIp, Hi) mwIiikIiii; ttiiiipj :it lilalit;
lliy int'ii'liii niaf1tv liUtlt-il Ijiixlilir' lliy
crliiirs, rmiKliii; nil I
l.w if Jliynir Hiiniiliti', llilnr wn Irm'k
llrinly hoMIni; t
(No KMii-lm-s" ilih.ijulr of li arlVil l,:itp or kIHi
1 hr trill nfolirh K liy rwls ami Mils rrturiiM.
liiuiiclKsl o'er the imilrlm Me- ihto "
Tn Hie fnc tlin, mi ponl . i.ml frlinl , niidv- I
' l :!,a
i" ... .i1ti,..i n 'it
..m niiM . .... i.
f-.-icrs (if-'Uraiigi.r.s whose pre
ence will largely contribute to the pros
pcrlty of Cairo ami prove an advertise
ment ot our commercial, manufacturing
and educational advantages. The cli
mate of Cairo Is fully its favorable for
successful out-door festivities as that ol
Memphis, and we have a small advantage
In that over Louisville and Cincinnati
Facilities forgetting lure from all por
tions of Southern Illlnol-, from .South
ca-t Missouri aud from Kentucky nr
good uud will grow belter every year
People In thc.e section" of country, who
do not wlidi to spend time and money in
going to Memphis and Sow Orleans on
Mardi (iras, would llnil It eonvculcntaiid
feasible to visit Cairo. The date Is rath
cr earlier than the purchasing season for
the summer, but the advantage to our
business men of offering Inducements to
bring people here even in advance of It, Is
t:in oiti.tr. .n i:s.
Phil Sheridan's wife lias a baby
District Attorney Dyer has gone to
Louisiana, Mo., to rest from Ids labors.
Two .children were smothered to
death in a sand batik at Topcka, Kauas,
Michael .Kurlghr, who bit oil' the
nose of James I.eddy, ol JoIIet, was In
troduced to the pcnltentlr.ry on S.ilur-
T ho llouilng mill of Hoot & Shep
herd at Leavenworth, Kansas, was de
stroyed by tiro on Saturday night. Uy
the calamity titty men arc thrown out ol
Coroner l!ry, ol La Salle county,
publishes a card denying an accusation
of the Mcudotu -Veici that he was drunk
wlille recently holding nil luipicst on
the body ol Francis G rube, lu that city.
Tlie coroner says ho Is by no means a
teetotaller, but during the lii'jue-t in
question was sober as a judge.
Steamboats continue to run regularly
on the Illinois river between Peoria ami
St. Louis. Such a thing afthis season of
the year has never been known before.
A schooner loaded with ice, from Manit
owoc, reached Chicago one day this
week .111 event (hat is unprecedented lu
Lake Michigan navigation, in February.
Chicago Journal: A man and wife in
i'aston, Ga., were recently re-married
after two years of matrimony. The first
ceremony having been In some way in
formal, aud thu iuheiilaucu of a large
imouiit ot property depending upon tlie
validity ol their marital relations, they
called their friends together, had a lirlll-
int wedding, and went 011 a honeymoon
lirooklyn Aryan: A Jamaica man
was 111 town yesterday, leaning uy n
string a prl.u bulldog. "Give that 'ere
nnlmll a good holt and there ain't no let-
go in him," ho proudly remarked to the
admiring throng around hiui. "You
ought to call him Uarnaclc3." sugircsted
a man in a reu sniri. "I've got a name
comes nearer to his natur' than that,"
returned Jamaica : "1 call him Gln'ral
The New York Graphic of February
'-'Jd. said ol Captain Lads : "Kails is the
latest nominee tor president Captain
Kuds who built the St. Louis bridge and
Is now engaged hi erecting jetties to
keep the delta oftlie Mississippi from till
ing up with ih'iit-uiud. Tlie New Oi
leans, Cairo, Memphis and St. Louis pa.
pers are trying to get up a Jiirore over
him. This is nil very well, but as a mat
ter 01 tact, it is ol no sort ol consequence
to Lads. It hu hiieeeeds In performing
that tteitienduousjob ol rlpaiiau (.cutis
try hi the mouth of the Father of U'a
tcrs his name will occupy inoro space lu
the memory of Ills countrymen than that
oftlie average president. It he succeeds
he will add 10 cents a biiihel to all the
wheat grown lor Shipment lu the MUsis-
slppl valley-say 50,000,000 a year,
I-'" ..-! ' Unr. .1.
JrirLverv 1I0 """-h iccoru to mils
nt prices lower i- -
"llll l-lll Hil'illll
Aitil';'N-;v, rotnd-ly 110 man to whom the
mimtmlty owe so much as to the lioncst,
iiilr-kpokcii physician, wlm docs his act
ual duty both to liliniolf and to liN patients.
Itcally kMllful physicians urc not so tiuincr
ou that tlit-lr virtues need no mention, ami
heme the uilvcrtl-cinsnt or Dr. It. V.
Pierce, oriljll.ilo, may well ciulin Hie read
er's attention. Ur. l'lewi. I, u typo of a
cUn of idhi wlio obtain Miccem by acarclul
uml well directed cllort, not attempting too
much, orjm-utlu;,' fule tdeai us to tho abll
ity. 'I ho only reliable pliylchm lu Ihete
d4j s of coiaplloaled dltonlur uud high,
prcnuru llviui; U tliu pcvlulltt," tlie man
who understuiidh hU oue liraiieh or the
liunincm. Kucli in Ids lliu is Dr. l'icrcc.
Kor tho benelltol his rt-a U-rs he lias writ-li-n
a "Common flence Mudlcal Adilsor,"
whli-.U U .veil worth rcaillny by those who
need siicli u work. With strict bunineas
honor, lilvii protdsloiial skill, rratonable
leu, uml "a lur-'o corns of cuuiink-nl a.sltt-
urns, nr. ricica will uoiimicrs iuuko
name lainlltur as "household word-."
Prospective Substitution of Sil
ver Coin for Fractional
St. Louis Arsenal Grounds Sug
gested as a Site for a Mint.
Bnbcock Denies That Ho Will
(hat Ihi'iv a larKtiSOCrCtfl.
ilrujrKM. who, havinc ''lirn.i.its
vlnced of the frreat merit of Uow,
(.upclnc I'l.ntcr. liiihelt:illnj;y
mi l ii it in me ) 1 1 1 1 1 1. ui siii'li are
it miiT, .Mjwark, ,. .J.j rinr fi
Allhain ami M, SI. Cook, Itrook.
on, i.; Niiiiini-r. t.lml
V-V V'lim y. III'. ! ,'olM'rt mv.
let. III.. l.'i.luirt I.
I., . " . if" - . ......i. iiiii
llclimOm . I' I II. ,M.. V M
, , .,1 : ! , .ii-i,
ii ,hk, i.a iiiiiucu , iicrry, Terre limit
in i., who nay ''ill,. icMill.s Ironi
Kale-tot llciHoirrt t apcim! l'latciv a
(Terre Haute) has convinced uirn to
Is tar superior to ordinary I'm made.
ii r, ami n. i; vtelier. SiSJ Vie
. , .i. .'iLr" -
nun miv.i, "iiieyccciu iniiciei.
an advcrtlsliig nicdlun
when lulrodiiced. Send
urn are con-
'r tlie iviii
The iii.iiiiif-viH'er coii rcw held Ul
J)'V.i!5Tiiy "ami ul)-trJii,arIes to the
.uiint of about Sl.'i.OOff.OOO. Instead
of nr hit nir more rracllonal eurrency. it
Is reported that Secretary liristow lavors
the experiment, ami says ho will show
just now tar siiimiiuiioii is poesiuie,
Ill view of tills general substitution and
resuming, and the ncccsity arising lor
the nrotiosed Western branch mint. Mr,
Wells lias written Dr. Llnderman, asking
Mm to i'o in ncrsoti or scud some one to
look at the old arsencl, now a cavalry de
pot at St. Louis so as to report to the
committee lilt Is available for a mint, it
Is believed this will prove just the thing
torn mint with better buildings and more
'extensive rounds titan can no nan 111
any other Western city. It can easily bo
dispensed wun as a cavair.v ucpoi mm
made Immediately available for a mint.
skiiknaiii: TO II.WICOCK.
A circular lias been generally dis
tributed to-day s gued by lloss Shepherd
and some other prominent district poli
tician, requesting the friends of liab-
coek who wish to participate in a serenade
to assemble at inu Arlington hotel to
Associated l'rc4 ltcioit.
Wasiiinoton. Feb. 27. Gen. Hahcock
and Levi P. Lucky returned this morn
ing from St. Louis.
(Jen. liaucocK iu conversation wun nis
friends, says ho has no intention ot re
igning ins position 01 pnyaie secretary
to the president, nor does lie consider
tlint It Is at all necessary to renew his re-
uest for an army court 01 inquiry to viu-
ieate him from thu ch.inrcs which have
already been disposed of alter a full and
fair trial by a civil tribunal.
tiii: PKMociiATic caucus.
Somu members ol the Democratic
caucus committee 011 the lluauciai
platform are disposed to abandon
thu ell'ort to reconcile conflicting
views, wlille others think an accommo
dation may yet be reached, notwithstand
ing the rote yesterday on tlie proposltlsn
to repeal tlie thus fixed by law for gen
eral resumption or specie payments,
namely the 1st of January, 137W, but re
quiring national banks to annually set
aside and retain nn amount of gold equal
to three per cent, ot their authorized cir
culation, and also requiring the secretary
or tho treasury annually 10 set aside anu
retain .111 amount of gold equal to 3 per
cent of the outstanding legal-tender notes
is a step hi advance ol general resumtion.
l'he committee 011 banking and currency
have before tlicin tlie orginal Payne bill,
winch requires a reserve .of ." per cent.
coi.oitni) cox vr.Ni ion.
The colored people of tills district are
preparing to semi delegates to tlie con
vention of colored people of the United
Suites lu Nashville on April ii, for politi
sri:.i;i:u k i: 1: ic .
Sneaker Kerr left Washington lor New
York vestenhiv lo consult his tilivslclnn.
lie will return to-morrow morning.
BABCOCK IN JAIL.
True Theory or Mint Mynterlou
Vitlt Hi the Four L'oiirln.
(Kimiii tlie M. I.011U Time.1), MiniNy.)
About 7 o'clock Friday evening, while
eu route to thu Union depot to depart for
uueago, general uaucocK, accompanied
by Judgu Chester 11. Kruni. culled at the
county jail and requested to be admitted
to General McDonald's cell. Tlie jailer
conducted them to tlie cell and then: left
them, but not until lie had witnessed a
very cordial greeting between ilabcoek
and .McDonald. Tlie two visitors re
mained about lltteeu minutes uud then
proceeded to tlie depot. This conduct of
liaucocK nas ueeti variously com
mented upon, and many have re-
lused to believe that hu would thus
immediately utter Ills narrow escape
trom conviction and while still resting
under suspicion, Haunt dellaucu in the
very lace of thu public, expressing by ills
actions that escape from the penitentiary
was all ho desired. The fact Is. General
ilabcoek was virtually compelled to visit
.McDonald, and dared not leavu St. Louis
without calling upon him. During tlie
progress ot Hancock's trial thu prosecu
tion discovered that certain tetters In Me
Donald's Possession from the defendant
would leave the jury no alternative but
10 convict, coi. uycr promptly net
about cmleavorinL' to obtain these letters.
Thu ilclcuse learned of this move and im
mediately communicated with McDonald.
A messenger conveyed from liabcock
lo tlie plucky prisoner in jail solemn
promncs or aid to obtain bis release If he
would only retain those letters. McDon
ald took- iidvantagu of this condition of
circumstances and through tho trusty
messenger 01 naucocii demanded certain
pledges looking to his release. 011 condi
tion Unit hu refuse to yield ttio letters :
inn iiiiuiiiiciii 01 inu pieuges, 01 course
depending upon llalx-ock's acquittal.
The agn cinent was ratlllcd by Habcock's
Tho prosecution discovered that it
would Iiu Useless to put McDonald 011 thu
stand to aid their cause; iu fact, they
wcrualrald to do so, They suspected Unit
some proinl-o bad been made to him,
and were shrewd enough to realize that
a man lu McDonald's position will go to
ony length to procure freedom. If they
put him 011 tlie stand ami ho preferred
not to tell the truth, he could do so with
Impunity, as Joyce is tlie only man who
could contradict him. The defense, for
obvious reasons, did not want him on
tho stand; they preferred that hu
should remain hi his cull, Mc
Donald kept thu secret ot thu exist
ence of those letters uud their
place ot concealment within Ids own bo
som, and remained content with ids bar
train until the closing speeches of Storrs
and Porter wero delivered. These two
gentlemen, counsel for thu defendant,
who hail aided lu sealing the compact In
regard to thu letters, denounced McDon
aid iu thu most unmeasured terms : hu
wanthHii,:i liar and robber: bo had
aided In dragging the name ot Innocent
ilabcoek Into thu conspiracy, and 110
Jprnw weii! black rnoii;;h to ii.ilnt
hi rliancter. Winn McDonald
rend the.s speeches n suspicion
that lie lad lieen ilecclvcd 'flnnlieil
nenjss his mind ; he believed hu Imd U-en
mn.du ".,001 r merely t aid in oecurlng
JIabcOCk's nrx.nlll.,! 'I'hii rat,,
closed and no new teftlmony could be
introduced : Habcock's attorney had sue
cccd in duu tiir him. Tim verdict nr nn.
iliiltlal followed, and friends were
rejolcllnifnt ids deliverance, the late de
fendant rccnlvpil n inis:lt'n. di.lli'i.n.il
nilletlV.'lItWila'rrnm lll Inlinlll. l1liil..l
jnj; to see Bfcock III K'r?ou before hu
lea Sr. l.olii The demand had
to be acWMiUil In It.ilienoL- unt
hack wehl " to the nrloncr that ho
WOllld Me lilm 111 tile lull
the following morninfc'i nfjcr Icavlnjj the
nuu:iiur IWW.HKIJOU 'I HIS assurCU iIC'
uonam sm-' Iw (
rclvcd Hahcock (with
the same frW-dlr feolliiL' that had exixted
iwticn the Myiim uiiatcii
rMMe McDonald is in Ids cell
O'lmer. (lciur.il Ualicock re
. . I . .la nU'.l...l n ..mt.I III.. ...mI.I.,..I
ill .VU tun ..IVMUlll Hi Hiwi" .in, iiii nielli
.!,,',n l...n.,.C l.,.l,.ir III, I,... I-
. n , i '. i.ii;i o 111.11(111. . . ..... .a
W ny man who ovcrlicard tlx
vh" jnly man who overheard the convcr
sitlon, but he Is not likely to reveal It.
fe Is tho great repository of whisky
ting secrets, and woiilil maken witness
,vho would delight Dyer and shatter
more than one good icputatloii,
A FEARFUL TORNADO.
Great Amount of Damage Dono
at St. Charles, Mo.
Tho City Gas Works To
Father and Son Crushed
Death in the Ruins.
(K-rinl to tl.eSt. InuU ll-iiililli-uii )
Sr. Ciiuii.iis. Fell. '27. A violent
liado accompanied by Ifirlitniiiir mid limn
der, with had, passed over this city this
afternoon about '1:'M, destroying or dam
aging between scventy-llvo and one liun-
drep buildings on Main aud Second
'1 ho court house has one-hail thu nil-
lar2 which support the front, thrown
down, the root thrown oil', ami thu cu
pola twisted around nml no badly dam
aged that a new oue will have to be
The jail had all thu brick work blown
dow:i, leaving' thu iron cells standing
'lhc gas works were destroyed, and
the water tank leil upon and crushed the
llreman, named Ju. Gourney. and his
son. killing thum instantly.
Tlie St. Charles Savings bank had the
top story blown oil' and the Frist Nation
al bank was similarly treated.
Krcr.icr's warehouse, Harris' liverv
stable, the St. L. IC. C. and N. It. W.
Co.'s freight warehouse, and the car
shops and some of the principal business
nouses nave suiiereti severely, two tin
roots are rolled up and left 011 opposite
sides of the street.
Several children have been lost, and are
not yet found. A sou of James Fan t hail
his leg broken by Hying Umbers while on
the street, and .1 number of persons have
been more or less cut and bruised.
In the lower part of the city houses are
blown completely down, leaving families
Hoofs were lifted by the wind and car
ried over tlie St. Charles bridge. The
steeple ot the German M. K. church was
On the bottom bclaw town Kever:il
houses were blown down and a numlicr o'
persons hurt. One farmer lost his house
corn and horses, and had to borrow a
horse to get to town.
i.atcr i he uoy mat was lost has been
found dead over across the river.
Notice is h:rcby given that Uiptsv books
for the year 1ST3, have been placed lu my
hands and that I wilt Do at the following
places lu Alcxudcr county, on the day be
low tut forth for the purpo-e of collecting
said taxe", viz:
In Clear Creek precinct, nt the store of
K. Cullcy A Co., Clear Creek Landing,
March 7th, 187".
In Thebes precinct, at the store or C. A.
Murchlldon, Thebes March Mb, 1370.
In Santa Fo precinct, ut the store or V.
Ireland, Santa Fe, March It, ls70.
In Goo-e island precinct, nt the storo o
0. Grecnley, Goose Island, Murch to, 1870.
In Dog Tooth precinct, at the Imiise ot
N. Hunsackcr, Ksq., March 11, ls7i).
In Hazlowood prcclm t, at the ottieo ol
Sam Urlley Klco, March 14, 1870.
In Unity precinct, at the store of W. M.
Atherton, Unity, March l.'i, lsTC.
In South Cairo, at thcoillce or .John (j.
llarman, Cairo, March Pith, 1870,
In North Cairo precinct, at tin- court
lioiiso, Cairo, March 17th, 1870.
The collector hereby calls the special at
tention ol tux payers to Section 1.17, ot the
Chapter upon revenue, revised statutes,
lu which be is required to make distraint
upon tho personal property ot all tux psy
ers In defuult for personal taxci, after
March tot ti. This provision ol law will bo
vigorously enforced. Tho,e interested wll
therefore hear the (act In niliul and savo
Ilrlng your lust years tax receipts uud do
not trust to the tax hooks rrdicrlptlon of
your kind. ALK.V. 11. IUVIN.
Cairo, 111,, February IMh, ls70.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Hum.ktin, unless tlie
samu is made on a written order signed
by thu president or secretary of.thc com;
puny, and wo will accept no orders given
by an employe of thu company, for any
Caiko Ui'm.ktin Company.
November 10. 1S7."i. tl
Attention 1 livHlcn.
Wo have four tloen Imitation Kbony
Sprague Cau-Opencrs, taken for adver
tising, which wu will sell at tw o dollars
per dozen. Inquire at Ilulletin olllce.
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
10 wnom Pensions are
anil ilUcaarga ot duly, cither by accident 01
otharwUa, should baro a mmIoiC Tbe loaa ot
a flngar untitle you to a pent loo. runture
The lou ot a too a-fytx you a praaloo.
i" iwvtauDjOKiToa TOU a PvtUKUb
Injury wlllKrvcyoua pajalon.
Wo are now drawing p0
tiniHi an ineteaao. '
tar Send tarn pa.
' . . oireMion anu BonnTy Acta.
U"ii5iuf.9?!m At"lt tWDUMirOUEjiia.
Wr0n all letters mark V. o. Bos U.
'Iiih iiH Ib ail 1 r f on u all rlu iUku
GOOD Em SMOKERS!
FFvEnCoiun1liS!t!li.'',i7 a.B.f 00,1 Olmr nM you would wi.li to .moke fo
and OhrarL wlnt imTaSSJfAfJ2S!5eilA"f '."i. Durintf the war itold went uptoiWO
HSiS fl Ti"a ssfcsa jzs&sm
(The manufacturers by the line nf palriiliil
tlKnrutrt io'tor twi t ly-M-M-n pir ei lit hsi
iiuni niiaiuj , inns kii"k iiii iriiKi'iiiHaii oiioriiiiiiiy lnsiiiilysiiiiikir Willi a nirior iu 1111
. ikui 101 , i . in-; r hu, u i iiiruutir i.iiroiin 11
WARRANTED WWu CLCAR HAVANA FILLED CIGAR, TOR FITS m
'I he mnnurai-liin-rsri roiriilllii! tin- lurt Unit tip
tlmy unit IIh iii. h.ii-u,,,,liil iliiiiilun ul mvorliiK tin- neiinrity. inati-ail of Hip lulni.rllv a )uu
" ii" i 1, " '"I'K ii i-niKii-. irw nt inu saint- niie lis iiii-, n n, liny, or a imx
lly iiiHilut iik 11 slnitli- nm-ney In 11 elly, llii-y e niii'i-iilnili- Ihrlr lnnllims, riliic- Ibi lr los- and
t-Nln-iiM-D, 1111.I Liwpiii llioiiialllynr tin- I Itfuc, lor lli- liuitiial n-lianlaiieiil llifliimlrin. Uie rou
siuiirra, mid Ihi ir nK' ula.
Civo thom a Trial
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
F. M. STOCZSFLSTBp
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
FOEUBiaN A INTO DOMEBTIO
Wines and Liquors,
Uiiiu jjHiVJJiiiJ, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN.
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
ONLY SI.25 A YEAR.
Sheriff 1 Sal.
By virtuo of a special execution tome di
rected by tho clerk ortlie circuit court ol
Alexinucr county, In the Stite ol Illinois,
ln favor o Frederick Fulrthorn and 'lheo
cloro Hand, llrm or Fairthom A: Itantl, and
against Sarub I., Ktlnc, I will .-II u,.
lowing de.-cribed property, to-wlt: I.oti
numbered seon (7) anu ellit (fi). 1:1 Mock
numheridthirty-cl-ht (:!). in thu city ol
Cairo, county or Alexander uml ftalo ol
Illinois as the propcity ol the anl Sarah L.
Kline nt public sale nt tho south-we t door
of the court lion-e In the cilv or Cairo, In
the county of Alexander and State ot Illi
nois on t"c Seventeenth 1 17th) dav ol March,
A.D., 1670, at the hour of Klcen (11;
o'clock, A. M., ror ca-h, to satlsly raid exe
cution. Al.KX, II, lltVIN,
Shcrlll of Alexander county. Illinois.
Caiko, UN., February loth, l7U. 'J l-.'-td.
By virtue ot a special execution to me
directed by the clerk or the circuit court of
Alexander county, in thu Statu ol Illinois
In favor or George lioehmer, and agalo-t
itelnliold V. l!clnor and Settle llclner, I
will sell the following de-crllied propcrtv,
to-wlt: The liouses situated upon lo'ts
numbered six (fi) ami seven (7), In bljck
numliered twenty.aix (201, and lot
numbered threo (:i) in block
twenty-seven (27), hi the city or
Cairo, county or Alexander, In the Stale ol
Illinois; and al-o thu len-cholil e-tate of
Itelnliold V. Ilcl.ncr and Settle llelzncr. In
and to said lot. six, .-even, nml three,
s tho iiropcrty ol .ald Iteln
liold V. Hclncr nml Set
tie Iteluer, at public hjIu at the loilthwcst
door oftlie court house In the cltvofCairo,
In the county of Alexander anil State ol
llllnol, on tho Seventeenth (17t'i) day or
March, A. I)., 1870, at the hour or eleven
(II) o'clock, a. 111,, ror essh to satUry suld
execution. Al.KX. 11 IUVIN,
Sherltr nr Alexander Co., Illinois.
Cairo, III., Feb, 167d. S-'iHd
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER OO
57 Ohio Lovoc.
6. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
l'KCIAL uttcntlon given tocoinlguimnU an I
;?"Great Medical Book
ami Sccn-ts for lnlies unit (irnls, Scut IVt-e for
Iwo atniniis. Aitilrt-SH,
ST. .lUsKril mkdicai.instttu.tk
10-15. lly, H. Jeeepli Wo.
Ui him ry nn- Miablnl to iiulc the aliVf c Ii-bratiil
llwm othir Maiiurirtiin-iD cm prodm-vn ClKarnf
innliirlli- .,r ..l..r. ,in.n.r 1.. I.m- Ilislr CIm....
and bo Convinced.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THK BEST and CHEAPEST WAION MAN
MA1SUPACTOHY, OHIO LEVEE
Noar Thtrth-Pourth StrMt
SIXTH STREET, Botwccn omo
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures his own Horao Shoes aud
can Assure Oood Work.
B. F. PARKER,
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow Shades, Sic.
Alwujn on hand, the celebrated Illuminating
Oarnor Eleventh Street and Washing
I I. Akin, Calm, It, IC. Akix Chlcauii
Ti. D. Akin eft Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
103 Commercial Avenue, - - - CAIRO, ILLS,
g3llioi I'ttViirlni; u W illi their imlmnaKC
Mill Unit u roiniUli- llneof guodi fimii whieli to
W U-cl, nt buttulii pliees. l-H-wly.
To all nerions conccroed notice In harahr
given that at a sate at lands and city Iota
lur mo ueumpicni state, couaty, aiKnet
seDoni ana otner taxes 01 mc riar tini, ava
cons, ueiuattiie court nouic aoor m vmn,
jir Aaiiut-r cuiiui; , aihuuib, uii uw w u.
l .rune, 1874. th uiidcrilgned purchased
oi 2,, in iiiockso, in incurai auuuioii mun
city of Cairo, In said count Hit
Stite. Said lot bavin been taxed
and sold In the tmuo oi I'hlUlp Heaux,
that the time given by law for tie redemp
tion or said lot will expire on the ',20th day
of June, 1870. ANDREW CAIN.
Caiiio, li.i... Feb. 27th. 1S70. i-V 3t
T Mala Halle .
Caiko, ll.i... February i'ind, 1870.
i'o.M. U. (Iimterandall others Interested.
You are hereby notltlcd that at a sale ot
lands fur the delinquent State, county, dis
trict school, personal and other taxes of
tho year ItO and co-ts held at the court
hotiedoor In Cairo, Alexander county,
Illinois, on the 'J7tti and 28th days of
May. 1474, Tltiotby O'Coanell purchased
tbe north half "or the 'southwest' quarter,
main share In section 'M, townihlp 10, south
ruiiL'e'J, west nithe :ird principal meridian;
and the north ball or the noiithciit quarter
ol the lame section, township aud ranee,
situated In said county and State, and that
the time Kivciihv law lor the redemption
ol said I imli will expire on thu 27th and
24th ila nl May, INTO.
, TiMOTiiv O'Cunnkli., 1'iirchaser.
rpOall M-rions coiirfrnel, notle Is "hrliy
Xrlrn Hut at a salr or lands ami city loin, for
Uirdi-liiKiurut, Mat', roiinlr, iHlrletirtMM)l aou
other turn of Hi )i ar IS7J, and cusU, hfldat
Ihruiiirt home, frontdoor, in tin-city of Cairo,
county orAlrxandrr and Statu of Illinois, oa the
third day cMiiue, IsTI, Hi undcrsl(nel wraiim
ll,i-iiirrlia.rri of Iho rollowinc derrlbnl lots,
Itiub-d in i-alil i lly, county and 8Ut, Uird
ami aold as Ixlmr n t fertb. to-wll I
f!" 7, .."
5 5 5!?'.3
5 3 f . .
' ' 5
And that IL. Hint ror tbe rvlemuUoo of sahl
lots from wlil sale will rxulrr on tLc thlnl day
or.lun. IsK.. .ACIIAKIAIl.li. MATUU8,
KM AMTKLC. UHI.,
Calm, Illinois reb Ii, 1170, iortbasers.
To all arsons conorml. notit Is bcrtby
kItcii that at a Kale or lauds sitd town an4 city
lull, for the drluniurnt 8 lata, county, dlitrlft
aclinol and oUirr lain of the year 1(71, and
coits, liHd at Ihr noulli westerly door of tbe court
hoUM-, In the City or Calru, County of Alexan
der and Male or Illinois, on 11k third day of
-lime, 1S7I, Mall.ua L. Clark purchaaed Ute (ol
lowliu; driirriU-,1 lots, situated In said city,
county and Male, taxed and sold la the nam
below et forth, to-wlt
Ixit. Itlock. In whose name taxed and sold
21 T. II. M. Ilulen
I'J W A. II Whl taker
That said Malisaa I.. Clark has aatbja4 her
rrrtlllcale of iunhaae for the abore ile-x-rlliril
loU to the undersl(Bail, and that tbe time
of redemption from said tale allowed by law,
will expire on the third day of June, ITS. No
tice is also hereby R-lten Hut at the same aal and
lor Hie same taxra, held at the MOM place., on tbe
twelfth day of June, IsTs, said Mallaaa L. Clark
punha-ed the following oilier proirty, sltuatad
In said County or Alexander, taxed aad sold la
Uie names befaw.et forth, to-wit:
.Sec, T. It'na No. la whose name taxed
sw nw 21
w ne ti
se sw VI
W'st. Arr anu aou.
4o John ltcU.Jr.
t'l John I-ovetL
44 John Ix)Tett. Jr.
40 W. II. rrrotl.
so Almanos Wnrthinfton
4" lluh 1'. Craig.
40 Hugh V. Craii.
JO-loe I.. Min.ker.
I t Kinina r. lUwIIags.
rlA nw A
i lift John James
That said Malla L. Cart has slso aiahrnad
her urtltlcate of purehas ror tbe abore de
scribed lands to the undersigned, and that the
time of mlrinitioD from said sate allowed by
law will expire on the twelltti day of June, 187.
Said Mall. a I. Clark, at the same sale, for the
same taxes, held at tbe same place on trie twen
tieth day of June, 174, porcbased the following
other lots, situated In the fourth addition to (aid
City of Cairn, lu said county and Mute, Uied
ami sold as below set forth, to-wltl
I ii. Itlock. la wboMnaOM taxedasdsold.
2A2i 2 lib Ad. W. I. Murphy.
That said Maltisa I.. Clark lias also assigned
lirr certificate of purchase fur the aloe describ
ed lots to the undrrsliru.il, sad tkst the time e f
redemption from mid sale, allowed by law, will
expire on tbe loth day of June, IV7.
Assignee of purchaser.
( alro, Ills., february i, l-70. 3-M-dH
Tax Nate Notlre.
Tn A II. Itobrrlson, T J. Jtffrcys, Cls'borne
Winston. David Mack, J. 11. Ting lex, aad at,
1'. and II. It. Johnson, and to all others wnom
it iiiiit cixicern: you aad each of you arc hereby
notlili-d that on the 3d (third) day of June, A.
1)., Isri.at u tax sale, held at the court bouse
door, in tlie City of Cairo, In the County of
Alexander and Mate of Illinois, by the then
i-licriir and ex.oflleio collector of said county,
of Ian la and lottilelln'rtient for the Htate.counly ,
Culroand Vim-runes railroad Interest, district
road, district school and conwralion of tlie City
of Cairo taxes for the )ear A. D., IrTJ, J. K.
Winston became tbe purcluuer'of the lots and
lands asea.el in the names aad for the amounts
of taxes and costa herein below set forth, to-wlti
e 2.M tiifti
1 X ccoos
' i i l ! r.
xx rats ir
is 8 5r iisS1o
And that the said J. K. Winston, thepur
cbasrr. ntsigned all right, title and Interest
n liirh be bad acquired by virtue of said purchase
in aud to tlie above desrribed town and clly lota
and tracts or iarcels of land to Claiborne rVlu
And that the aaid Claiborne Winston having
Ikcii adjudged a liankrupt upon his own peti
tion, and the undersigned, J, Taylor Smith,
hating I wen duly chosen and appointed the as
signee of taid Winston, according to the provis
ions of tbe act of congress entitled "An act lo
establl'b a uniform system of bankruptcy
throughout the United .States, " approved March
vd, Iti07, and the amendatory sets thereto. And
that all right, title and Interest of said Winston
in and to said town and city Iota, and tracts and
parcels of land afomlescrlbed, acquired by virtue
of said assignment, Is rented In said J.Taylor
.Smith sa assignee of said bankrupt.
And that the time for the redemption of said
lots and lands will expire nn the tklrd (M) day
of June, A. I),, 18701 and that maless tlie rams
shall be redeemed the undersigned Will apply
tor a deed to ssid lets and lands. '
J. TAYLOR SMITH,
Assignee of O. Winston, Bank raid.
tamo, Illinois. February Us. 117. g-iiiat
sight seeing. Fun, and W astv eaters on
roCR CoXTIKIN-m ap MsKvBsas.
Mysteries of the Orient, 290 KMauAVlxms
Xrlglit, willy, eutertaluliig-iaTaoalaUra
book out. fn every respect irst-esta. Itaella
rapidly, nsvs sidendldlvl Anvw-ru uri
Write at iincc lor descriptive circulars and terms'
lo ANt.'lllllt Pltlll.lslll Kflvi ."S.S!"!,"'
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