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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
nArci. J. Tii.ni.
pf w York .
tho in a. nnnBitiut,
Thf. chairman of the National I lento
rratic committor-1. a fon-in-l.iw of peter
Thk late ditliculty with the Moux was
conducted on the peace principle the
brave Gen. Custer nml his men were the
The morninp newspapers of Paris,
London and Berlin, on the niorninsr of
the Fourth, nil had leading editorial on
the American Anniversary of Indejtend
once, and all spoke in pencrom prnWc of
the progress and prospects ot this conn,
Hon Shelby M. Ci i.lom. lU publicau
candidate for governor, was the orator of
tlio day at Geneseo, Henry county, on
the Fourth. The address made up in
quantity what It lacked in quality it was
long an aggregation ot panraphs
neither uparkling nor original.
Col. Town'e., who was a gallant sol
dier and la an ardent laborer In the fiem
ocratlc vineyard, hm no doubt of obtain
ing the Instruction of L'nion county for
Senator. The Colonel would make a
candidate who would not fail to carry
the war Into the Radical Atrica, and as a
senator would immediately take a trout
Preswkxt Grant has requested the
removal of Supervisor Meyer, successor
to McDonald, In St. Louis. Meyer's an
swers to the questions concerning Vai yan'
exonerated that gentleman ironi the
charges made against him, and President
Grant now wants Meyers icnioved. The
presideut U carrying out his policy of
Marshal Packard was nominated for
governor by the Republicans of Louisi
ana at their late State convention. Pack
ard belongs to the administration party
in that State as opposed to the War
mouth party. Packard Is a native of
Maine, served in the army and has lived
in Louisiana since 1SG4. In that year he
married the daughter of a resident ot
New Orleans, and in 1SGU was appointed
Unitc'd States Marshal by President
Grant, In which capacity lie has s'mec
JOINING UIDEO.VM RAMI.
Siuce the nomination of Tilden and
Heudrlcks there has been a palpable in
crease of Democratic strength In Cairo.
A number of formerly very influential
Republicans gentlemen who gave re
spectability to the party by their excel
lent reputations have declared fertile
Retorni candidates, and are asserting
their determination to try the Democrats
and ascertain 11 from them the country can
There is now no time to be lost by the
Democrats. They must organize thor
oughly, and Immediately, in every elec
tion precinct in Southern Illinois, the
friends of Tildeu raid Hendricks should
form themselves into clubs, and go heart
ily at the work ot Inducing the wavering
to stand firm, the doubtful to come over
to the side of Reform, and all Radicals
disposed to be unprejudiced und patriotic
to see the evil ot their political ways, and
with a changed heart to come over to the
THE CHICAGO AD NORTH WENT
KK.. We have received a copy of the
North and West Illustrated, for
TourUt, Business and Pleasure Travel,"
compiled by W. II. Stennett, general pas
senrer agent of the Chicago and North
western railway company, and published
by that corporation. The book is well
printed and contains banUsoiae Illustra
tions of many ot the popular resorts
of California, ot the Northwestern terri
tories, and of Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota,
Wisconsin and Illinois, made accessible
by th 3 Chicago and NortwtfcU.rn Rail
way Co. This company now o.rate
nearly five thousand, five hundred miles
of railroad in the great North we. t, and
on iu lines are situated many ot the
most attractive .and healthtul sum
mer resorts in the whole
"uitiirv- air. Au-uueii s book
contains of ih,.
Sjj.t nd and territories through wLlen
e Uuton Pacific and Chicago and North
western railroads run, with the lines of
the roads. In all iu features, the pub
lication is a valuable one to the "tourist,
the commercial traveler, the theatre man
ager, the land hunter and the emigrant."
Mr. Marvin Hughitt, one ol the most ex
pertenowJ and thorough railroad men In
the country, formerly general manager
ol the Illinois Ceutral. now occupies the
same position ou the Chicago and North
Hon. Win. J. Allen, of Carboudale,
who was the chairman Ct the Llinoisdel
egatioQ in the St. Louis Conveation, will
we have been Informad, be presented in
the Democratic State Convention, on the
27th last., as suitable person to head the
Democratic Bute ticket. Whether the
w - - vMi.MWWUUt 4sU
enter the canvass with the energy that is
M necessary to aucoes in November, we
do not know, but we nave no doobt that
nU nomination would give much satisfac-
Hah a 1.1a .
uy menas in Southern I 111
Mr. Coolbaugn, of Chicago, Lm ajso
Ufn mentioned in a proper person to
hea l the Icim ratie ticket in opposi
tion t Mr. Ciillni, and would make n
strong candidate. Ho l a banker, but
ngms with Mr. Hendricks upon the
financial question aad would not make
an unobjectionable candidate to even the
Mr. Cyrus II. MeCormiek. the great
reaper man. Is popular among the many
Democrat who know him, and Ms Dem
ocratic friends insist that he is just the
man to lead the Democratic party ot Illi
nois thi fall. His reaper reputation
would, it Is claimed, give him the Gran
gers' support, and enable him to roll up
a heavy majority against the Radical can
didate. Other gentlemen have been named as
straight-out Democratic nominees. With
either wc would be Mtisllivl. Rut it is
suggested that we noininate.StewarJ. the
Independent candidate. He is a good
Democrat, a big farmer, and the choice
of the soft-money clement. If the Dem
ocrats could be induced to unite upon
him, he could be elected ; and if they
can they might as well take down the
balance of tlic Independent ticket. How
siL-h an nrrangoment can be effected wc
do not understand, but it may be.
Nothing seems to W impossible iu Ameri
can politics at this time, a the nomina
tion of Hayes and several oilier events
ot late happening fully demonstrate.
I A1jurned Meeting
Coi'NClL ClUMUl P. I
C.uito, III., duly ii, l?-"i.
Prcscut Mayor Wintcr.and Aldermen
Halliday, Lancaster. McGauley, Parker,
Rlttcnhousc and Wright 0.
Ou motion of Alderman McGauley the
minutes of the last regular and interven
ing meetings were approved without
The chair presented and read the fol
lowing communication from the mayor:
To th City Council ol the City of Cairo:
Gentle mkn I would respectfully re
port to your honorable body that I did,
upon the representation of" sundry per
sons that a large number of strangers,
both wliito und colored, would visit
Cairo on the Fourth, and ulso believing
that a large amount of tire works would
be tired, endangering the city, and upon
consultation with some of the aldermen,
deemed It advisable to appoint special
policemen to serve during the Fourth
and the following night ; I therefore ap
pointed as such, John Sheehau. Daniel
McCarthy. Robert liilliugsley and J. C.
La II ue, all ot whom are entitled to two
days services each, at $2 IX) per day.
Mr. O'Maley one ot the regular police
force, being sick, I have appointed iu his
stead, temporarily, Mr. Henry Stout. 1
am happy to say the day ami night of
the Fourth passed oft quietly, and al
though it turned out there M as no iices
sity tor their services, what I did was
for the public welfare, so as to be pre
pared for an emergency it any arose. I
therefore trust my action in the premises
will meet your hearty approval.
I remain, yours respectfully.
Hexky Winter, Mayor.
Alderman Tarker appeared and took
On motion of Alderman Patier the
Mayor's communication was received
ami ordered tiled.
Report of city treasurer for June, was
read,a:uiVn motinn'of Alderman Wright,
oi proved and ordered filed.
Report ot City Jaik-r James Carroll,
and ot City Marshal Gosiian, were pre
sented and read, and on motion, received
and ordered filed.
Report ot the city attorney was read as
To the Hon. Mnyoiuxl Cil j Council of Ihe Citv
cf Cm l o :
Gentlemen I am not prepared at
present to give you any decided opinion,
upon the question propounded to me by
your revolution ot the io of June, ultimo,
"whether the Cairo and Vincennes Rail
road Co. have forfeited their right of way
on Commercial avenue."
I consider the question pregnant ct
great importance in the determination of
one or two interests, aud will endeavor to
give you my opinion upon it as soon as
possiblo after my return to the cltv. Re
spectlully, Harmon II. Hi.aW,
Alderman McGauley moved that the
report of the city attorney bo received and
ordered filed, aud that further time be
granted him as requested, which motion
Alderman Wilcox appeared in his seat.
The Committee on Streets and Drain
age preseutcd a report in relation to the
sale of pump property on June 2Gth.
Alderman McGauley moved that there
port bo received and liled.Jand tho uction
of the committee as therein set forth be
approved. Motion prevailed.
The Finance Committee reported that
they had received from F. M. Stockfleth,
City Treasurer, $1,003.20 on cancelled
interest bearing city orders, $1,570.19 in
city script, $1,200.00 on general interest
coupons and $10.00 ou Fox, Howard
Co. interest coupons, all of which they
had this day destroyed by burning.
On inolion ff A Merman Wrlgbt. ksu.1
report was received ami ordered tiled.
n... i. !., f rum F. M. Ward, L. K. Wal.
bridge and otn:., .... .,
, 10, 11, I and 13, in block 17. FirTt
auuuion, nave become a nuisance bv rea.
son of the accumulation of water stand
ing tnereon, and askinz that the Council
take some action to have the same abated,
wa!.,on motion or Alderman Rittenhouse,
referred to the Street Committee.
Petition of elms. Galigher, asking the
privilege of erectiug a line tf telegraph
along the south aide of Commercial av
enue from Twentieth to Twenty-sixth
streets. Alderman McGauley moved to
refer to the Street Committee.
Alderman Wright moved to amend by
granting the prayer of the lilt Iti.llii'r
the work to be done under tho direction
ol the Street Committee. Amendment
The following cuihn. uUui tb tity
were read, and on motion of Alderman
I atier were referred to;the Committee on
Henry Winter, mayor, Juno t.
l'2nt:th' trca,urer,jZ 'J
J. 11. Gowuiau, marshal, June sal-
M. O'Maley, polhseinan, June Vai
If. Sargent, policeman, June sal
ary - (iOCOj
Win". Hrown, health officer, June 1
salary (10 00
J. J. i'.ird, police magistrate, June
sahirv... 2.-i 00
II. H. ttlack, cltv atforncv, June
salarv . 20 Sll
II. 11. Illack, city attorney, com
mission on fines paid -I '",
F. Hros, police m iirlstrate. salary )
for March mid April M o I
J. I '. Lnhiie. John Mieclian. I. F.
Itillingsly ond Daniel McCarthy
two days services each a shj
clal policeman at $2 per day.
each 1 00
James Ross, 14$ day's work with
team on streets n't $3 G 25 -
Wui. Garen, 14 day's work with
team on streets nt $:l 1 1 ""
Ja. Keating. 10 il y's labor on
streets at $1 50 21 'H)
M. Higgins. RlJ day's labor on
streets at $1 50 20 2
P. Kelmartin, . clay's labor on
streets at 91 50 4 50
it. Cashman. P.1. day's labor on
sidewalk at $f 50. 1-100
James Carroll, 15J day's with jail
gang at 2 31 50
P. Conlatt. 15 day's with jail
gang nt $2 21 :!
P. Conlan. 31 day's watching tit
city puiiipr 5 25
P. Conlan. 4", dav's work on side
walk. SI 50....'. 0 50
D:tn MeCarthv. 1J day's wiili
fail gang in May at $2 .1 00
Tom Walder. hauling S loads luin
ler at 30 cents 2 40
P. Mahoney, hauling 2 loads lum
ber nt 30 cent ,',)
Tim Gorman, salary a street
superintendent for June "0 IX)
Newton Rice, 3.500 feet oak for
sidewalks t $10 50 00
Stratum & ISird, two kegs nails,
50 7 00
Cairo Bri.i.K.i i Co., printing pro
ceedings in June 15 00
Cairo IU i lktin Co., one hundred
copies revicd ordinances bound. 235 00
A. W. Pyatt & Co., blanks lor
treasurer ft 50
James Carroll, dieting prisoners
in June 50 00
F. Vincent, one barrel lime tor
jail 1 25
R. II. Cunningham, one month
rent ol council chamber 15 00
K'lee A lvosler, lee for clerk's ol
t:ev 2 Nl
t has. F. Parker, legal cap for
clerk's office ." 4 50
C. W. Henderson, one wash pan
for clerk's office 1 00
Tug Cache, towing two barges to
cut ill Mississippi levee, 10:
eight days towing trees to and
placing in cut in levee, at 30
ler day. 240 ; cash paid labor
at$150ier day, cutting trees
and placing in cut ill levee, $52
75. Total 3' 12 75
G. D. Williamson, one coil rope,
and two axes and handles 42 00
Cincinnati Comtntreial, advertis
ing sale of pump property 13 50
Nathan Williams, removing dead
horse from city limits 3 00
AUerman Lancaster otb rcd the fol.
lowing resolution :
H- iolff'I. That the mayor bo requested
to appoint a committee ot three members
to colder witli some competent ami dis
interested attorney, with a view of obtain
ing at once an opinion upon the sunjeet
matter referred to the city attorney and
report the result of such conference to
the next regular meeting.
Alderman McGauley moved that the
vote upon the report of the city attorney,
by which said report was received, or
dered Med mid further time granted as
requested, be now reconsidered, which
Alderman Patier moved that the report
of the city attorney be received and or
dered filed. Motion carried.
On motion of Alderman Lancaster the
resolution offered by him was adopted.
The (.'hair appointed as the committee
called for by the resolution, Aldermen
Lancaster, Puticrand Hulliday.
Al l. Wright moved that the Ordinance
Committee be instructed to Inquire into
anil consider the dog question, and re
port some plan lor disposing of them, at
the next meeting of the city council.
Alderman Halliday moved that the ac
tion of the mayor iu Appointing Mr.
Henry Stout as policeman, during the il
ness of Policeman O'Maley, ! approved,
and that Mr. Stout' appointment be
confirmed, which motion prevailed by
the following vote :
Ayes H.iHidav, Lancaster, McGauley,
Parker, Patier, Rittenhotis, Wilcox and
Alderman Wright offered tiio follow
ing resolution, which was adopted :
lUaolctil, That the city clerk is hereby
authorized t advertise lor proposals for
removing all slops and kitchen garbage
from hotels, private residence, etc., tor
the months of July, Augu.-t and Septem
ber, proposals to bo returned to the city
clerk on or before the 11 th Inst.
State and city liquor bonds oi the fol
lowing named saloon keepers were read
Juo. Clancy, E. 1$. Pettit, J. V. Crahic,
P. Moekler, Dennis Dcvltie, Chas. Raker,
Henry Ureihau.'Gco. Lattntr, Juo. Cclla,
J. F. Ronekcr, James Manning and Wil
liam Met orniick.
liond of William llrown as Health Offi
cer uud Police Constable, with C. F.
Ncllis and Isaac Walder as securities,
va uin.ro ved.
Tho Clerk cjH-.ned and read bids of !.
Cairo LSi li.kiin Co. and of D. L. Davis
for doing the city printing for one year.
On motion of Alderman Halliday, said
w,u -" "-.xl irt i he Committee on
Claims and Accounts.
Rids from the Cairo Rux and RaAct
Co., J. s. Mi Gabey, Now ton Rice and J.
G. iieuard, for furnishing the city with
lumber, were opened aud read, and on
motion of Alderman Halliday referred to
the Committee on Streets.
Alderman Patier moved that the Cily
Marshal be instructed to commence, forth
with, the enforcement of Chapter XV of
the Revised ordinances, in relation to
Aldtruiau Wright moved to amend by
Instructing the City Marshal to enforce
every ordinance of the city. Amend
A lderman 1 ialliday ollerud as an amen. I.
incnt tho following, which was adopted :
Rrwlvtd, That the attention of the citv
vvrV',ul.,but:all.rtlf0 1. Chapter
XV oi the revised ordinance-, and the
reH.a edomphUntsofJU violation, mid
he is hereby thrw ted to ft.,,ort to the
council at Its next regular mm-Uh- Mhv
he has not enforced mid sotrion.
The motion of Alderman Patier tho
amendment wa then also adopteX
On motion of Alderman prker tho
council adjourned. Jas. W.SiitwARr,
t-'itj Clerk, i
THE INDIAN MASSACRE.
The Horrible Siory of the Death
of Custer and his Command,
CONSISTING OF 260 SOLDIERS AND TIN
H e Woiimleil nt HiMnnrrlt.
Winona, Minn., July . A dispatch
from P.ismarck says the steamer Key
West arrived there last night bringing
fifty wounded and news of the light near
Hlg Horn, June 25. lien. Custer and
Major Reno attacked 4,000 Sioux, under
Sitting Pull, with eight companies: of
cavalry. Custer and his entire force, 202
men and ten officers, were killed. Reno
was repulsed, losing seventy-live killed
and wounded. Fourteen officers in nil
were killed, and four civilians. Unlisted
men killed, 275 : wounded, sixty. Tin'
Indian Ios is not stated. The officers
killed were Gen. 'lister, Captains Custer,
beogh aail Yates; Lieutenants Calhoun,
Smith, Hudson, Mcintosh. Porter,
St urges, Cooke, Han ingtmi. Crittenden
Chicai.o, I i.i.., July 0. Dispatches
continuing the report 'iit last night of
Gen. Custer's tight on the Little Rig
Horn river have just been received nt
Gen. Sheridan's hcadipiarlci s.
l'lirlla lllurs l llir WMOtiicre.
Chicago, .1 lily 0. An Iih-r-ifce,i i spe
cial under date of Rhinarck, D. T., the
1st, says: Information from the Sioux
expeOitioii, dated nt the mouth ot the
Rig Horn riycr, July I, says Gen. Cns
tt rklt the mouth ot the Ro-ebud with
twelve companies to follow the Indian
trail of a large bard of hostile Sioux.
They followed up in the direction of
Rig Hun. The Indians were making for
the Fa-tun branch of Little Rig Horn,
lien. Terry with Gibbon's command of
live companies of infantry and four ot
cavalry. -tarted to ascend the Rig Horn
Al IACK THK K.N F MY
iu the rwr. Ou the morning of the 25th
two Cnv scouts brought, the intelligence
of the initio ot the previous day. I'pou
receipt i.f the news the command com
menced to march in a Southerly dlrec
reetion, vbeie suiokc could be seen
which iidic.'ited thlt Custer had tired the
Indian Village. Tlic next morning the
head ot the columt entered a plain bor
dering cn the bant ol Little Rig Horn,
where litre hud recently stood an im
mense Indian llag, three miles in
tHE (iltol'tl WASSI'KLWN
witli slaightcrcd horses, cavalry equip
ments, Mid the dad bodies of Indian
chiefs. The clotiing of Lieutenants
Sturgis ind Portervvas also lound pierced
with bullets. Furiier on wa lound the
body of Lieut. MJutosh. Just then a
scout arrived with the intelligence that
Col. Reed was intr?nched with the rem
nant of the 7th Cavelry on a bluff near
by waiting rnei. The command
and found H-no with the i.inalnder of
the seven companies. Reno's command
had been ighting since Sunday noon,
the 25th. intil retired b- Terry the iut;ht
of the 20b. Terry's arrival caused the
Indians D retire. Reno knew nothing
of the fate of the other live
companies which had been separated from
them on he 25th to make an attack, un
der Cust-r's command, at a point three
miles dovn the right bank ot the stream.
Custer bid apparently made nn attack
on the inliaiis, and was compelled to re
treat, but was cut oft lrom the main body.
They wcii forced into u narrow recess
where th horses aud men lay slaughtered
promisciomly. Here was lound the
IIOIUKS ( CLSTKR, HIS TWO BKOTIiLT.S,
and nepluw, Mr. Read, Colonels Yates
and Cook, and Capt. Smith, all lying in
a circle of a few yards, and here one after
another of Custer's brave command fell,
not a man escaping to tell the tale.
Tlio lalcl, treat est. uii'l mo reliul.lc
mntsly ever ut tcitf.rtliiT bv iiir-.(ii:a M-i n:,
lor Kheu'ialiBiii. Wouida, Kwellinirx, IturiiH,
( nktsl bri:u,i, l Hie Centaur l.unim-1,1 ,
I iif r r Wo kul8. Wlml the Whit.: Liniment
is lor Hit tumun lainily, ll Yellow t.rnluur
l.iiilmeiit ii for Kj:ivinis, bine unit Mraini'l
liorwi: 1111J u.in.alf . mayl')-wl.it
( lilltlren fry lor ;nHlorlu. It i
Jileanunt to ti.e us honey, uii'l in Hbsulute
Imrinlckri. It v bine to exiic-1 oiiii, cure win
colic, reiriitalt the bowels ami ntomm'h, an
evercom iniUlolity catirel by mob r cuttin
teeth. It is aj.iritH t iiilwliiute lor Cutr oil
Binl for (li-ues in yonnn or obi Iheio i
nothing in cxitcncL-so t-ficctivt ami reliulile.
'I'l.u lit-. . . .
jVaiAiilisliiiiem muke a
Mix I ""'"y of liill Heads,
I NOU llea.ls, iA-tler lleuila,
Muteu.ciit,, ( ut.ls.t.tc Jxok ut there i-iicen:
isilliill eie bill htn'l4 l"'r ,M' 41 (l
Meiliuin nie bill li.-nl .., (.er tiiou.-auil 3 ir,
All on l..uriL-t-u i.ouinl fa'tr, arlihie nulla,
rute.1 two c.1,1, ,,.r iHiiiinl bij-her than paper
x,y U1,y r oUi.e-i.ileU lo onl. r at the
llllllx eiH-eially 1, ,,.-e
''tiiu ineiitn ( urh hln .er I'""' ;J 00
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Note liea-U, u,yhi,, M;r loOtl 3 o,,
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Itiirlnes eur.t-, No. I S-ply lirll.il hoaH.
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Maiie... .,.ti liag Hhwt, ni.hh,,.i aiel three-
rT.'J i"WU'' ' 1"'J ulo"t '"'lu
I'Biiij.hlet, i:kv'oik uiiil I'ri.e I.iu uuele
Kniflbh Mrutig, Three i'ly and In-ruiu,
aUo, Uir 4 arPftN,'eli t Rug, Cruiuij
vioiun, jii i.ioins, eie., very ebeap
ut the lild 1'lace
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets ereiuy packed and im to any
part of the I mttsd. btalea tree of charge.
r SEND TOR PRICE LIST.-
7--'y' J. A. BEND ALL.
rjiu "elili llullelin,"
l.i5 kt yer, posuge pn-jmiil, to auy a.iarva
ANO t IIEAl'EST
l'l.r j.uUi-Uea iu IjoUlUeiU lliiuoii.
Chattel Mortgage Sal.
13 'rl,r'if,hBtti'1 mortirRfff, xcriitist br
.1 J A. II. .'saflonl n.l II. Mnl m rprp(rn
oftbe tuiro nnrt t ineennpx iailrofi.1 mn thr
I aim 11111I Vinecmirs milroml ei.inii'inr, til
the uiKler-iKiHMl. liearinK ilate 1 rbniarv ll
s7r., we will, on the W.l ilavr.f .Inly 1'sTn, hi
the hour of lon'rlm-lta. m., at the ronnil hon-e
ol'the ( nmi ami ViiicrniHi niilronil, in Cnirn,
Illinois, proreoil to noil, at public ven.lun to the
holiest blil.ler, the I'olloniiiK ilccrile.l lpioinr
IV, ln-iiiK n portion ol the rollln stork ol the
sanl Cairo nml ini' line milronl, nml a por
tion of the pin.ei ty iperilsd in mortirtiKe,
to-wlli I'.ox rnr iiiimbereil ut (loj , iweniv
(.), lHenly-lvu l eiilv-l'onr (.M), Ihirtv
(!"), thirty-tHo (.W), Uiirlv-foiir (.;), thirty,
elitht (v-), forly-ix (Ii), llftv -two ( .'.) , tllly-six
'), ievciily-i-o ill), seventy-four (71). eijshtv
two (s.'), one I111n1ln.1l und six one hnmltvil
nml fourteen (111) one hmulivil unit twenlv i'),
one hiiii'ired anl Iwenly-two (I.'J) one hiimlreil
nml twenty-eitflit (lis) one ltiinlr,l 1111. 1 lorly
iw.i (M-.'), one hmelrctl ami fortv-8i (I t-) mi l
one hunilreil ami Mxfy (I"').
Hat ami i'ohI cars mimliereil twentT-neven (JT),
tlinly-nine (.!') nml forty-live (l.1.); thai the
terms of tii, Hle are rasli'ln banil.
I'ate'l June I7lh, 1 171!.
, DIMAI L, MOItoAV A CO.,
Notice Is hereby KiVen Hist default hav
ini? been made lor more than sixty days In
Hie payment of a portion ot the amount m-i-ureil
to be liabl by a certain mort
gage executed by John Iloiles to
Samuel StnaM Taylor ntid Kdwiu
l'arsons, tniKtrcs c,f the Cairo (My
Property, dated .March lltli IS'il, nnfl
recorded iu tho recorder' ollicc in and lor
Alcxati tercounty. in tl)) M:te of llllnoia,
in leiok "L" of deeds, piL'n Wi2. ele. I'lm
undcr-liMied the successor of said lruder,
will on Wednesday, I lie 1lth dav ol .Inly
fie 1 1, A. I). l7iat Id o'clock in' the for".
rinon of that day, under and by virtue of
the power of xb contained lli'jd n.oi t
gase, sell at puhlie miction, to tLc hiihcst
bidder, tor ca-h, at his ollioe, coiner of
Washington avenue and Kiglitreiuh ttreet,
In sild City of Cairo, in Alexander coiinlv
ami M-ite of Illinois, nil the right, title anil
intt rest if said John llu.lL.es or his ussl'iis,
in and ro lots numbered 17 isevent'Tii) nml
Is (eighteen), in block numbered ft) (eighty)
iu the Kir-t addition to enol Cily of 4'aiiii.
according to the recorded pl-it thereol,
with the ai puileimn. es. to satisfy the pur
pose mil) condition of said mortgage.
Oated, Cairo, li' .lune -J7lh hsTti.
S. M 4 a is Tv i.oit,
Trustee of the Cairo Citv 1'ropertv,
Kill in;. "
Notice U hereby given tint default hav
ing been made lor more than KUty !av iu
the payment of a portion of the amount se
cured to he paid by a certain mortgage ev
ented by ! 1 1 es Ityan to ,s,iiiiiii Munta
't'avlor and Kdwin l'iirioins, trustees ol the
4'aiio Cily Properly, dated the lf'tb dav ot
.May. A l. If;;!, and recorded in the record
er's olHce, in and lor Alexander roiiMv, in
the State of Illinois. In book liof deeds.pa-rH
Tietc. The undersigned, the cUccesor of
said tru-tee, will on Wednesday, the l'Mli
day of .Inly mxt. A. 1. ISTfJ, alu o'clock
in the f .renoon of that day, under and bv
virtue of the power of sale contained iti
said moiiL'sgc, sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, lor ca-h, at his otliee. cor.
nr of Washington avenue and Kighteenth
tr"tt, in said City or Cairo, in Alexander
county and State of Illinois, all the rl'-'ht.
title aii l interest ot said .lames Ityan or his
aligns, in and to lot numbered 1:1 ('lhir
teeni and 14 r Fourteen 1, in block number
ed 2s (Twenty-eight) in the First addition
to said City of Cairo, according to the re
corded plat thereof, with the appurtenan
ces, to salisfy the purposes and condition
of said mortgage.
Dated, Cairo. Ill, June 27th 1s7c,.
S. taaihTay i. ok.
Trustee ofthn Cairo Citv Property.
(Cr if place! la a line, erer)
16 WILES OF
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1375
KVKItV STOVK IS
Wl.ereTcr I'.'d or Sold
tVll NEW S1ZKS
Nos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 49
Are a Marvelous Combination of
And all the Kssenlial Points, that go to Male in.
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
i:er Offered to the I'nblie.
Made Only by (he
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
Nos. C1J, ci I, ido aud Ol.i N. Main S
M. I.ouls, M;t.
SOI.U 11 Y
O. W. HENDERSON,
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Outtoriug a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing Promptly Don.
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH S THEE J
Betw d Wanhlntrtoa and OsbumicI
i Uui Aavrttt' It KU'c C9., 8t. L9uis.ll
$ leck Eo:ri:iL
:iartereil liv Dm
Stale of llh'nola
for (he ex'rei
k3vysa-V.. ' r.?& illllMnlu.le e-l.. r
n all eases of prlvute, rhronic, anil nrinnrvdi
jenses in all Iheir e.nii.icflte.l forms. It lu'well
knoHii Hint III . .Innies has mood at U.e bead of
Hie irol'esion for theiist an vthih. Aire and
exeriene'iiieall-lMinrtnnt. Nemlnal Hriik
hi, ni;ht losses by ilrelinis .iniili s on the
fuee lost iimnhood. rim tisiirely be euieed
I jidie wnntiiiK Ihe inol deiienie attention, enll
or write, rhsant home for initients. A book
for the million. Mairniife liiiide, whieh lulls
yon all aliont these diwes who bboiihl marrr
whv not I'.eents lojiay iolMKe. Ir .lames
has :i riKims and i.arlor. Von see no one but
Ihe doetor I Mlieo hmirs, !i a in. In 7 p.m. Cnn
.biys, in to ii. All business stiietlv eontiden
It A Mi Si.
City National Bank
V P HAM IDAV, Preshlenl.
IIKNItY I. HM.MIl.W, VioePrest
A 11 StHlKli, CaHhitf.
WAI.TF.il IlV.-I.t.P. Asn'l ( ashler
Mill l ines :
S Si a ath Taylor, I! II. Cihshomaii,
II I.. Hai.i.ioav, w. c, ii,,,, n,Ar
H. 11. WlI.l.lAUS.IN StIIIHN ItlKU,
A . U, S trrnini,
Exchango, Coin and United States
iiouds liouht and Sold.
KPlJSITS reeeive.1 and s Kcnerul banking
f 1trc, I'le-elel l It Wl IIS, 'u-lll)T.
I'. Nell, i. e l ie.i'l. 'I . .1. Kerlh. And. ' i, h'r
Coiner CoaimertUl Av und Bth Stiaet,
lUKKI To Its.
f. l:ro-s, uiro. W rn Kbn.-v, Cairo.
I'. Neil, Cuim. Win. Wolie, I airo.
A . Sn-Mi.kn, Cairo. It I.. Ililliiiirsle, I.ouls
fc . I.mler, uiro II. Wells, i.niro.
r . II. r.riiiknmn, -t. Ixmi-,.
. I.eiieinl It.tiil. tnii ltiialne liimi',
1-Kcliuiii.'e sold mid bought Iiitired paid
n the SiviiiKs liepurtiiieiit. ColleetioiiB lnole,
tul ull buniuea, promptly attended to.
CHARTERED MARCH 'il, 1868
CITY NATIONAL DANK. CAIIIO
A. II SAFKtlltH, President
S T A VI.OIl, Vne President
W. HiSl.uP, nec'v and 'Ireuun-r.
P.W. IlAHCt.AY, Ciua IjALI.illKII,
I'. M. fIH KrLKTII, Paix. .S III II,
It. H ClNVISOIIAM. II I, llAI.LlbAY,
J. SI l'lllLI.'l.
INTKRKST paid on deposit. al the rate ol (.
p'Ti'enl r mil. inn, .Mur. h Id and sitein
r 1st. Intend not withdrawn is sdded iinine
luttely to the prill, ipal of Ihe ilepieni?, ihi r by
(iVillli Hi. Ill Cl.ll.liolllld ihtelert
Harried W omen nnd Children may
Deposit Money and no ono
elso can draw it.
jHn every business .biy Irani t'n.m. to 1 p. in.
i .Saturday evening (,Jt saving di-posiu onli'
roll, i) to a o 'el. irk .
W. HY8JUJP. Trstiarar.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
loTTo largo consumers and all
xiauulacturers, we ara prepared
:o Bupply any quantity, by the
nouth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
Jlulliday Ilro 'Sollies, No. 7(1 Ohio I.evee
llalfiduy Hio 'Hwhurlboat.
At Kirvniiun Mills, or
At lUe Coul iJiiiiip, fool of TtiUty-KiKl.lli
1 JI'ot Oiuee Drawer. sl.
AND C AND EE
73 OHIO LV,
City Ration.! Bt&k Building, up-tUiri.
I ... . e Ji,
tSx Atv . . rp
?b Oldest EsUbllsbl Anancy la Bout
ru IlUnola, representing- ovw
165 OOO 000
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