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KmOIiI Halter tTJ PiMT'.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
niMrr.t. a. m.Dr.5,
of New York .
J ot Vice-rreaident,
THOMAS) A. II ESI WRICKS.
Gov. Kof.rxf.r Is an cntliula3tic Til
"Tildes Ropublieans" arc springing
up In PennsyUtnU.
Blaine has accepted tlie appointment
as Senator from Maine, vice Morrill.
"Hr9 and Wheeler and a pra-sonp
platform," ears the New York Heraii.
Ges. Sineleton proposes to stump the
State ol Illinois In the Interest of the
'G reenback party."
Architect Mr i.lett wants to ett
back Into the place from which he was
removed by Drlstow's influence.
Kcmor oaya that Got. Tilden Is to be
married ioon to a daughter ot S. L. M.
Barlow, part owuer of the New York
The New Orleans Democratic ratifica
tion meeting was one ut the largest pub
lic meetings that have been held in that
city for yearn.
From all the reports of the ilenth of
Gen. Custer and his men, it is plain that
"some one has blundered," who, it I im
possible to say. '
As Edgar county man 19 enthusiastic
for Hayes and Wiieeler "btkase Tilden
was too much mixed up with that nasty
The United States Senate Las passed a
concurrent resolution unanimously pledg
ing Congress to the completion of the
The sister of James Gordon Bennett
has retired to the convent of the Sacred
Ileart at Manhattenville.and after serving
her postulate, will take the black vail.
"CexTexxi.l poems" have been pub
lished In the papers East, West, North
and South. A few are good, some indif
terently food and many very bad.
The Republican Senate has given
Pinchback the twenty thousand dol
lars he demanded. This is a big steal for
a small one, but it will keep the colored
vote n LiOuVstana. eve.
IiEri'BLtCAX newspapers say that Til
den will make John Morrissy secretary
of war. This is a mistake. Tildcu w ill
not be as unfortunate iu his selection of a
secretary of war as Grant has been he
wijl not appoint a gambler nor a Bel
knap. The offer by the managers ot the im
peachment trial to put in evidence the
testimony of Gen Ilazen before the mili
tary commission was rejected by a vote
ot the seuate, thirty-one nays to twenty
yeas. The Kadical senators were alraiJ
Ilazen would tell too much.
Ox the Cth inst., a shipment of sam
ples of Illinois products was made from
t-priugtkld. It consisted of all grades of
w ool of the clip of 1S7C, spring wheat o'
this year's crop, cotton seed and llax
seed, linseed oil and oil cake, tobacco
and cotton, flax and hemp, and
nfty-three sampletof useful and ornamen
tal wood from Southern Illinois.
THE SAVE HiVE 1 ALL HI IS UM.
When he was young, Kuthertord B.
Hayes was in love with a Jndy. lie had
a rival in the aflair who was a warm per
sonal triend. The two drew straws as to
who thould propows first, and Hayes
won. But he lost the la Jy, though he
kept his iriend. The story us told by a
correspondent ot the New Orleaus 7ui,
illustrate perfectly the character of Gov
Hayes. Much ha. beeu said by Republi
can since his nomination about his bri!
Haul war record. Bui this exUts mostly
In the Imagination ol his party trieridf.
II- mtde no tue-h record 'luring the war
a- ihat made by hall a hundred i-oldier
wboHj name are iiuw familiar
as bouwbold words on the Up
of the people. Outside ol
his Itntneuiute circle of Mend his Hume
was not known lu conueotion With the
war ; hi "brilliant record" has been
made since the Cincinnati liomluation,
discovered by much laborious re
search into the history of the war and
polished into brightness as a party duty,
lu love, iu war, in politics and in religion
Have U the same thing a mere
Ligation. He losses none of the
aggreiv Qualities so much needed in
the man who shall succeed Gen. Grant.
AS ABSCKD CHARGE.
The bpringoeld Journal in an article
on the Custer butchery, says : "The ap
'pallinjf massacre of over three hundred
'men on the Little Horn ri?.'r, is u start
'llog rebuke of the narrow iiartLian nol.
'ky of those who, on the pretext of
'economy, are laboring to strip the army
of iu efficiency and denrive the rM.r.,i
'of the Northwestern frouiler ol the pro
tectlon which they must have it wide
spread massacre Is to be prevented.
Tbsae Jartisans will assume a terrible
responsibility should they longer seek to
DiocK ine wheels of the gov
'eminent and diminish the efficiency
ol the army by their narrow nniir-e.
The logic ot this reasoning is only ap
parent to the Journal Itself ; there is no
connection between the attempt of the
Democratic house to reduce the expense
of the army In common with other
branches of the public service, and the
lamentable death of Gen. Vwvtt and Ma
men. The Immediate cause of the disas
ter was most probably his own reckless
bravery; the Indirect cause may be lound
in the manner in which the whole Indian
business has been mismanaged by the ad
ministration. It first breaks faith with the
savage ; the savage resents this treatment
by making war upon and killing our sol
diers on the frontier, the army
there being too weak to re
sist the Indians with any effective
force. With thousands of troops in the
South, w here they are not needed except
to control the elections in the Interest of
the Republican party, the administra
tion refuses to send them where they
could and would do good service. The
loss of Gen. Custer and his men lies at
the door of the administration. The at
tempt ot the Jvuntal to make capital out
of it against the Democratic house is an
absurdity on its face.
A convention of the "Grand Council
of the American Alliance" was held in
Philadelphia on July 5th. The Alliance
is the result of the union of ull the N.itive
American orders, consummated on the
1'Jth of May last. It embraces the O. A.
U.. the Patriotic Order of Americans, the
Order of American Mechanics and all
similar secret orders. The Alliance al
ready has five hundred thousand mem
bers in the United States, one hundred
thousand in New York alone, and Is
rapidly spreading, every State in the
Union having many couucils. The motto
is Americans and Protestant to rule
America." The members arc known
only to each other and are sworn to
The convention consisted of two dele
gates lrom twenty-nine States. The com
mittee on resolutions reported in favor of
mpporting Hayes and Wheeler. A dele
gate from California objected to this, and
on its being put to vote
the resolutions, endorsing Hjyes
and Wheeler, opposing Roman Catholic
political organizations and their interfer
ence iu the politics of the country, thank
ing President Grant for Ids services,
favoring resumption of specie payments
as early as practicable," Ac, &.
were unanimously adopted. It is
evident that the "Know-Notbingisni of
ISjI-G is to enter largely into the com
ing presidential anvass, and that it will
labor to elect -the Republican ticket.
It will do its work secretly, while
the party orators and papers will
publicly court the support of the foreign,
born citizen who came to this country
that he might enjoy civil, political and
religious liberty liberty wlvch five hun
dred thousand Hayes and Wheeler votes
are pledged to work to curtail. There
is much food for thought In this to the
Gen. Autonia Lopez de Santa Anna,
whose name has been familiar to the
American people tor half a century, died
in the city ot Mexico on the 23th of June.
He was born in Jalapo, February 21,
17t3 and tlrst came into public-notice in
1821, in the Mexican war of indepen
dence ; in 1S22 having expelled the roy
alists lrom Vera Cruz, he was ap
pointed to the command ot that
city. The same year he wa
deposed by Iturbide, self-pro
claimed emperor, but he raised the ban
ner of the Republic in Vera Cruz, uud
in 1823 he accomplished IturbiuVs down
tall. From that time until old age com
pelled him to retire from active pursuit,
he was the one conspicuous figure of
He was a leader iu every revolution or
political intrigue, and at different times
ruled Mexico as president, dictator or
soldier. His life was a scries of
almost unbroken military successes
until iu 183C. after storming the Alamo
and massacre! ng Its heroic defenders, he
was routed at San Jacinto by the Texan
army under Sam Houston and taken
prisoner. The year 1647 found him Pro
visional President ol Mexico and on his
way with 20,000 meu to meet Gen. Tay
lor and deleat ot Bueua Vista. Gen.
Scott defeated him ugaln at Cerro Gordo
in the 6ame year, and finally, after the
disasters of Contreras, Cherubusco, Mo
linos del Ray and the City of Mexico, he
was compelled to resigu the Executive
chair. The siege ot Pueblo followed,
where Gen. Lane forced him
to retire, and in February 1,
1S4S. cousclous that his cause was
lt, Santa Anna obtained permission to
retire to Jamaica. Ho was rcalled in
lSoit. ufter years ol wrangles had turned
the eyes of the Mexicans to Santa Anna
as the one man who oouU restore peace
and control the factions. He was declared
pit-sldent tor life, but hia rule was dea.
pot ic, and after two years of revolution
General Alvarez forced him to sign an
unconditional abdication. A few years
ago, after residing lu Venezuela and in
the Island of St. Thomas, he returned to
spend his remaining years amid the
scenes of his former greatness.
Kkt-tch l IU Life of u Brate Mau
us ilrUMmil Moldler.
George A. Custer was bom in New
Rumley, Ohio, December 6, 1839. Of
his boyhood Jere is no record. Like
most boyhoods, it was uneventful. In
107, when lu his 18th year, he was au.
pointed a cadet at West Point on the
nomination of the Hon. John A. Blng.
ham, of Ohio. He served five years
without giving much promise ol LU
brilliant future and at the close ol the
term, for an Indiscretion while acting as
v,ui;i vi me guara, lie was
ordered under arrest to await the
action of a court tn.rthl and
perienctd the .mortification cf see.
ing mi classmates leave for Washington
wime tie was left behiud. The iuterposi
tlon ot friends, however, secured Lis be.
In ordered to Washington More the
conrt-martlal wa convened, and he re
ported to the adjutant ganeral at Wash
ington, July 20.. The adjutant general
took him to Gen. Scott who oflcred him
his choice ot serving under Gen. Mans
field lu organizing and drilling the troops
at the capital, or of reporting to Me
Dowel I for service In the field. Lieut.
Custer promptly chose the latter and at
once reiorU d fer duty with company G,
2d cavalry, under command of Maj. Iuuess
Palmer, which was already with Mc
Dowell's forces in front of Mauasses.
Ma. Palmer's seven companies were al'
the cavalry McDowell had, and they took
no active part lu the battle. They were
attached to Hunter's command, which
turned the rebel left, and Custer's com
pany and one other cavalry company, aud
Arnold's battery of artillery were the
last organized uuion troops to cross Bull
Soou after the battle ol Bull Run, Gen.
Kearney was appointed to the command
of what was known as the New Jersey
brigade. He selected Custer as his ad-
jutaut general, and Custe-r remained in
this position till an order was
Issued prohibiting officers of the regular
army from serving on the staffs of officers
holding commissions as volunteers.
He was absent on sick-list from Octo
ber 1S01 to February 1SC2. He served
thtougb the peninsula campaign, was
made captain of stud to Gen. McClellan,
June 6. l$ei2, and was commissioned
lieutenant of the Cth cavslrv, July 1". of
the same year. Through the entire war
CtSTER SERVED IS VIRGINIA
and tew ellie:rs were engaged In more
actions than he. In sixty or more fights
of various sizes be participated. He was
commissioned brigadier general of volun
teers Jutie 29, 1803 ; brevet major (regular
army) July 3, 1SC3 for gallant aud mer
itorious services "at the battle of
Gettysburg, captain of the 5lh cavulry.
May 8, 1MU ; brevet lieutenant colonel
.Hay 11, 1304. for gallant aud meritorious
servic. sat the batile of Yellow Tavern,
Va. ; brevet colonel Sept. 1, 1S04. lor
gallant and meritorious services at the
battle of Winchester; brevet
MAJOR GKNEBAL OF VOLO'TEF.RI
Oct. 12, 151, tor gallant and meritorious
services at tlie battles of Winchester and
Fisher's Hill ; brevet brigadier general
(regulars) March 13. 1S05, for hw con
duct at the battle ot Five Forks ; brevet
major general (regulars), same elate, for
his services during the campaign ending
in Lee's surrender, and major general of
volunteers, April 15, 1S05. lie was
mustere'd out of tlie voluuteer service,
Feb. 1, 1SO0, and commissioned lieuten
ant, colonel, 7th cavalry, July 2S, of the
Gen. Custer was engaged in Ston!-
tnans raid toward Kichiuoud. April,
lsft3, and commanded a cavalrv bri-fjide
in the army of the Potomac, in the Penn
sylvania campaign ot June and July,
1603. He wss then absent a short time
on sick leave, but was again in command
ot a cavalry brigade iu the Richmond
campaign from April to August, 1S05.
In tlie tall of the year tie commanded a
division in the cavalry corps of the Shen
andoah valley, and commanded a cavalry
division from March to May, 18G5. From
June-to July of the same year he com
manded a cavalry division in tlie military
division of the Southwest, and was then
transierreel in the same capacity to the
military division of the Gull, lie was
chiul ol cavalry in the department ot
Texas from November, lsCo, to Febru
This record may seem dry and uninter
esting, but it is really the record ot
A BRILLIANT MILITARY CAREER.
Gen Custer was but a little over 25 years
ot age when Lec surrendered, and bis
twelve promotions, in lull and brevet.
during tour years tell their own tale of
bravery, skin, and success.
July 13. 1803, Gen. Kilnatrick struck a
body of retreating rebels and ordered
Custer to charge them, t uster drove
tnelr rear guard into the river at il
liamsport, and Kilpatrick pushing on to
Falling Waters, struck the enemy a se
vere blow. In bis official report Kilpat
rick says : "To Gen. Custer and his briir-
age, Lieut. Pennington and his battery.
aud a squaJ of the 8ih New York cavalry
of Buford's divisiouall praiso is due."
un tne utn ot teptembcr, 1S03, Custer,
with (our regime mi ot cavalry, or rather
the remnants ot lour regiments, made a
brilliant charge on a body of Stuart's
cavalry at Culpeper couit house, aud
completely routed them, capturing three
uiaheiy guns and other material of war.
On the 11th of October, ot the same
year, KUpatrick louud himself between
FitzhughLee and Stuart with a large
body of rebel troopers In his rear, cut
ting of his retreat. His position was crit
ical, but by hard lighting he turned al
most certain deleat into
A DECISIVE VICTORY.
He gave. Custer the command of his left
wing, and by a simultaneous charge in
three directions routed the rebels. W.
lard Glazier, in his Three Years in tlie
Federal Cavalry, says : "Cutter, the dar-
IlliT. t-rrillll (ll-lllllll tlmf liu li In huttlu
pulled off his cap and handed it to his or-
J .1 . . a. ..
o rij , uifii uasiieei mautv iorwara in me
I it f . ,. V j
i liaise nuns UIS yenow iocks noatcu
like peuauls on the breeze."
Ontlieftllinf A nril. 1SPJ? MliKriHon nn.
" - v.v, .J..,. , lu.u Wl
cenlraied his troops at Prospect station
uuu win aierrui s auu erooKs divisions
forward to Appomattox station on the
Lynchburg railroad, five miles from Ap
pomattox Court-House, where were four
trains of sunnllfg lor I nrmv. !( n
mnrch of '1$ miles the depot and supplies
"e ri-nuueu, ami uy me auiuiraoiu man
agement of Custer, who was in advance,
the supplies were captured. Custer at
once pushed on toward Appomattox
Court-House, fought the head of Leo's
army for several hours, and drove It back
on the raaiu body, capturing 25 guns,
hospital trains, wagons, and provisions.
V lien Lee sent In his white Hag it was
first received by Custer's troops, who
were at the hea J of the union forces.
Belore leaving Custer's caree r in the
civil war It may not be uuiuteresting to
recall the tact that he narrowly escaped
being a victim to the hostility felt on the
part ot many to Ge.i. McClellan. While
his nomination to the rank of brigadier
general was awaiting contirmatton, Cus-U-r
received a notj lrom a United States
senator, a favorite with the administra
tion, slating that he couldn't vote for
Custer's promotion until he knew
whether he was what was calleei a Mc
Clellau man or not. And this sena
tor knew that dui ing the campaign Just
closed Custer had three times had
I1IS HORSE KllOT I'NDf.H lilil,
had twice charged and captured enemy's
batteries. Custer was always an ad
mirer of McClellan, but through the
efforts of a mutual friend he escaped be
In October, 18CC, Geu. Custer was as
signed to frontier duty at Fort Riley.
Kau.. and the following year he lead an
expedition against the Indians f the
State. Iu lata oa ha accompanied Gen.
Sheridan iu acau.i.ljtu agiut the Chey
enne, Araphoes, low as and Coinanchea
in the Indian territories. During this
campaign. November 27, 1863, Custer
coramauding some 1,100 meu contrived
, by forced uiarche and the utmost skill
to completely snrtrie the tillage of
Black Kettle, a Cheyenne chief, on the
nortli fork or the Washita. He attacked
the village from four directions and one
hundred and three dead warriors were
left on the ground. Many prisoners and
a large amount of plunder
were taken. Not only was Black
Kettlc'a band wiped out, but
the Arraphoes and Kiowas who came
to their assistance were scverly punished.
Tlie campaign was successfully termina
ted by a treaty wiM tm Indians In the
spring of 18W). During tlie negotiations,
and In the recovery from the lndlaus ol
gome, white captives, Custer showed
himself to be as successtui lu Indian di
plomacy as In Indian warelare.
At the close ot this campaign Geu.
Custer's regiment, the 7th cavalry, was
ordered to Kentucky, and was em
ployed in suppressing the Ku-Klnx out
rages and in agisting tlie revenue officers
WAR ON THE CI'.OOKF.O WHISKY
distillers who occupied the mountainous
part of the State.
In 1873 Custer and his regiment were
ordered from Kentucky to Fort Lincoln
on the Missouri. In the hitter part of the
summer of that year Gen. Stanley was
dispatched with about 1,700 men on
what is known as the Yellowstone
expedition, the troops being an
escort for tho surveyors of the Northern
Paeitic railroad. On this eipe-dltion Cus
ter commanded the cavalry, find soon
niter starting he had n lirely bruh with
the Sioux. Since that time he has been
on duty at Fort Lincoln, being post
commander there, and thissprlug he went
out in command ot his regimeiit on Gen.
Terry's expedition on tlie Ponde river.
It is well known that he was to have com
manded that expedition, havinjr acted in
his capacity as a general officer since he
lelthis regiment early iu the war. The
satisfaction he took In testifying against
Belknap in response to the sirpoeoa
from Clynier's committer, oflended the
autoTrat of the while house and he re
lieved Custer of duty under his breast
rank and ordered him at once buck to his
regiment. Custer felt fie insult deeply
and sought from Terry positions of tlau
ger that he might vindicate hia honor.
He has vindicated it with Ids blood.
Tlie luteal. trlesl, ntvt & rtlialile
remfly ever pi' pthcr by mclicil riencc,
f;r Itheu""filin nuii'Je, Swelling!, Ruins,
Cnkrd Hrm, A , l the Centaur Lininimit.
There are two lir'ls What the White l.imment
l fur the hunan family, h Yellow Lrniaur
l.inlinpnt Is It pfivliid, Inme ami stmlwl
homes aiiJ anl ul. fiiaylT-wl It
Children Cry lr CJnalnrln. It i
pleasant to tnc aa boner, ami is almolme
harrnleM. It i mrc to exwel wnm, cure vrin
efilic, n-piilatt the bnreU and Mtinxi h. an
eTprcorai- imtat ility canne bv mh or ruttin
teeth, it i airfect milwtitu'te fir I astnr Ull
an't for tttiv ne in yminit or oM there i
nettling in exiti are sn effethe and r-lisMe.
l ie IIi li rn-t priming
estalllbmeut makes a
specialty of Hill I Iraki.!.
Shu Heads, Letter lleuds,
Stateiuenta, Card?, Lie UKik at thee ptire:
Small size bill heoU, per Im l on
Milium size bid head, per tiiouauiid .. 3 "i
All on f.mrteea pound pttr, Carlisle mills,
ruted two ctnU t pouni higher than paper
Uied by any ether office nled to order st the
mill eKiecial.y for this ofliw
statcnw lit.-, CtkHyale, .er l t. on
Letter Heads, Carlyale, per IMJ U)
Note Heads, Carlyele, per 11C0 3 w
ViitinKCanli per packite . . 7ic
Uuninea ranis, K.. I x-ply lin-tol boanl,
per 1'MjO t w to 4
RtiMnu cards. No I blank, ir lv. 3 00
Uuartcrlieet, tiaf eheet, fuli-Aheet and tliree
heet pouters, and ajlored work below ft. Loui
Famplikt, B.ok Work ant Trice Lists made
Engli-h liru.-eli. Three Ply and Intrrain,
afo, stiir Carpet, Velvet "Huith, Crumb
Clolhs, OUC'lottiM. etc., very cheap
at the Old Place
112 PULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets e-arelu' ly packed and ent to any
part of the lined butes tree of charge.
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BY virtue of a chattel roortimre, exooiiird bv
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ef the lalro and Inrvnne mdr.wil an the
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m w will, on the sal darof Julr I'xTn. al
the hour rr 1" o'clock a. m .at the rminit hi.ii.e
prtheCalro and ineennea railroal, in Cairo.
Illinoia, proceed to eell, at public vendue to I he
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ty, being a portion ol the rullinii atork of the
anid Cairo nnd Vinoennef lull road, ami a por
tion or the property dewrilied in Mid m,.rtt(r.
to-witi Box cars numbered trn (I") . iwmiv
('J'), twenty-two (2), twentvroiir (it), thirty
"). thlrtv-two (), UiirtT-roiir (II), thirty
eight ClKi, forty-six (4. ), nny-two ( . I), nfly-nlx
'). aeveuty.two (.") , m-retity-four (74). eixhtv
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one 'hundred and twenty-two (Ui) one hundred
and tweuty-einht (1JJ) one hundred and fort v.
two (H21 , one hundred and forty-e ix U4e) and
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flat aud coal cars numbered twentvatven U7),
thirtj-nine () and fortr-tlve (I.Mi that the
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Notice Is herctiy (flven tut default hay.
In j beeu made lor more than ixiy days In
tbs payment or a portion ot the amount se
cured to be paid by a certain mort
gage executed by .tohn Hodges io
.saamel Stann Taylor and Edwin
Parsou', truattcs of the Cairo C'ty
Property, aatcd War b 11th 18U, and
recorded In the recorder's oltice in and lor
Alexan ler county, in the State of Illinois,
in bO"k 'L" of deeds, paite iiCJ. etc. I lia
UBderU'iit d the xuccesoor ol sld tru-tre,
will on Wednesday, the lilth day ol .Inly
next, A. I). 1870 at I'l o'clock in' the fore
noon of that day. under and by virtue of
the power of s.O contained in ald mort
enpe, ell at public auction, to tbe liiidiest
bidder, for ea.h, at his olIW, corner of
Washington avenue and Eighteenth street,
In s tld e tty of Cairo, in Alexander county
and etite of lllinoi, all the right, title ami
inter t of said John Ilodires or his assign.
i In and to lot iiumbcred 1 (aevrnt rn) and
18 (eighteen), in block numbered 0 (eighty)
in tbe Kint addition to ta d City of Cairo,
according to tlie recorded pint thereof,
with the appurtenances, to satisfy the pur
poses and condition of sa'd morttMfre.
Da'ed, Cairo, II'.. June 27ih 18T0.'
S. ST ATS T AVI OK,
Truiitee of the Cairo City Property.
Notice U hereby given that default hav
ing been made lor more than sixty onys in
the payment of a portion of the atnonot e
cured to be pal 1 by certain mortgage ex
iil'ed by .late 'Ryan to Samuel Mat
Taylor anil Kdwin rr?oD, trn-teea ol the
Cano City Property, dated the 10th day ol
May, A Li. 1T3. and recorded in the record
er'n office, In and Inr Alexand rouoty, in
the State of Illinoiu, iu liuokOof deedi,pne
fietc. The undersigned, the successor of
said trutee, will idi Wcdnedav, the 10th
day of July n xt, A. I. IsTfl, a. "in oYUek
in the f jrtnofin of that day, under and by
irtueof the power of contained ia
said mortgage, ell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, for cah, at hi nthce, cor
ner ol Wn-liinittni) avenue and K ghteenlh
ret, in t-aid city of Cairo, in Al-xander
county and State ol Illinois, all the right,
title and iutcreit of aid Jamea Ityan or hi h
irns, in and to lots numbered id (Thir
teen) and 14 i Fourteen i, in block number
ed 2 (Twenty-eit'bt) in the Kirt addition
to said City ol Cairo, according to the re
corded plat thereof, with tbe appurtenan
ces, to a-.i-ify the ftirjmsr and condition
of said mortirage.
Dated, Cairo, III, June 27th li7i.
Trustee of the Cairo City Property.
(Or If placed !a a line, orer)
16 WILES OF
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
I.VKUV STOL I I
Wherever L'scd or Sold
Nos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 49
Are a Marvelous Combination of
And all the Kesential Points that so to Make uu
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
Ki w Offered to the Pnblle.
Made Only by the
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
No. 013, en, 610 andelBN. Main St .,
Nt. LouU, Ma.
O. W. HENDERSON,
amnt da aT
Lui AdTrl't Si Publ's Co., Bt Lauli,ll
the: best and purest
CHEAP, CONVENIENT, CLEANLY.
ASK YOUR GROCER OR DRUGGIST FOR IT
WM. GLENN & SONS, CINCINNATI.
it n elegant ut of Choir Miixio arranged
lor the I'muo t orlv will be wnt hf mail ou re
oeiid of one dollar, (Jioiil paid) or aiuifle copiet
They con alio )a ordered thronjrn any newi
deal u the I nltcd htatea.
Ifaiipier daya Instrunkenlal Tom Brown
M by ran 1 nol r'org-et larible
Kar (i'er tlie WfVM,., Muylath
HiKh Life WalU Mrauaa
luwu where the Viuleueirow Veuroe
W tira Old Jr kiwn had hut lay WeSierna
The Grand Old r ami Huhlea
The College yuii k.lrp .....-btoddard
1 hens' 1-IUt in the Candle. ....... .......Cote
lioyou lteally Think he Iid
Addreaa order to lieu W. Hitchcock, Tub
Ulier..-65 Third Ayeniw X. Y. i--U'ui.
m i mi
In all Their Ieinrtmrnt4
Commencing SCajr let. 1876.
Rich Black Silks
The Moat 1'elelirnlrd Lrun. Ijorn..
At i 85 Reducel from SI ,
At M AO lteluci lrom IIN7,
At HI 7.1 KiUit from H
At M M ttrdliwd from AH ftt,
Plain &3 d Ftyj Jilb
At Or Ue lure.1 TromSI 1,
At $1 M lledunrd Iro n SI S.t,
At l 23 Ueduoe.1 from SI SO,
At ttl SU IliMuced frr m SI MO
mum u im mi
I( IDi l' Hair. ChrvlotK, and Iamu.e., I(e-diu-eit
to vi, centa $1, from II'-.
1 vi, $ ajid J2 it.
Popular Dress Goods
In New and Fashionable Kabiira and olor, ol
12c Hwliioed from I He;
I Mc ltednrd from 8-V;
aj.- l(rlucei from 30k ;
.V It.iluc.! from a7r;
!Hc, K..rtnr.rlee 30 to. IS.:.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At $, tl'i and f i-i'i, Kormarlv Sold at fi,
Slid ::i Scirlei Ma Shawls
Atfr., $i: and$-y-
He.lnced fr.un '), SKI ol S".
L'.AHA, OTTOmiTLASS SHAWLS
At M H toS'- Reduced irom (1 to -..
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The I-ateM Pari Slyle from S10 Upward, era
bracins tba'chuttval norelUea t
Ladies' and Childrens Underwear
An Immense Stork of Mo.t Ileautlful and
All at Very limit Be-luotion.
Latlien', C'liiMre'ii'g auel GeiitU menV
1 he Biot F.ORlish. French and Herman Goodi,
All Marker at Lowest fonolble Trice.
Are thoroughly stocked with the bot
frooito, at tlio lowest package prices, lleau
liful American print at &c. and Cc. per
rani; standard 4 4 bleached goodi at 10c ;
.oimlsle hbirtinpa at loc.; New York
Mill, i.'ic j and .V4 liectlni at Uic
TABLE Altt OTBSR mm
In all the Varioiu Oradei, atBargnloi.
(Which we keep at the- Uraud Street ator
only), we are ottering English aud Ameri
can tapettriea at 1, former price M !&
body liruhel at 1 M, former price at ho!
all-wool Jnrain at 7oo., lormer prioe, (Wc.t
three ply iuKralca at 25, loruier in ice,
tjsl 60; oil-clotha at U.V. to 70i ; furuier
price, boo. to H7c.
Kamplea of good, aol catalogue of la
eliea' aod miwie' uit aod uuulin under
wear, and infant' outfits, eot tree of charjfe
to all aeetiooH of tbe l ulled Ktatei.
Kuloa tor aell-measureinent aent on appli
cation to all part ol tbe country.
Order for good of all kind will be care
fully attended to, and the good parked
and lorwarded without charge. jaatt-w2m
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie Stt.t N.Y.
Leading Journal of Southern
Will tteadlaatly oppoae the poilciea ol (0
Hepubllcan party, and reluna to be traci
mailed . tho dictation ol any clique la tbe
Dtmo. rati.: organization.
It beileve that the Uepublicaa party naa
ulilited It mikaioa. and that the i)tmo.
erailc party a now organized khoulu 1 1 re
stored to power.
It be'.icvei the Kadical tyranny thai fe
e-r Mveral yeara oppreted tbe Souilr
ihould be overthrow and tb people t.l eo
toutbern Sutea permitted to control their
wa aflair.- ' ,
It believe tb-i railroad corporation
liouiu L ptwtillilted Vr leKta'atlve rrai-tl.
aaenta from extorting and unjustly dcr!n
loatinj In their bulne. traniactlone witb
It recojjnire the equality ot a cjej
lore the law.
It advocate free coauerre tarit! lot
tocatet resumption ol tpee-i? pay
ment, and honest payment of the 7uac
It advocate economy ib tbe I a nitra
tion of public aflair
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Hie Bulletin will publish all the loeai aewj
ef Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, io
Htleal, Foreign and General News, and ei
deavor to please all taste and intercut au
T II K
Is a thirty-two comma paper, lurnnhed to
subscribers for the low price of
$1 25 FEB YEAR,
Postage prepaid. It Is lha cheapest papo.
in the West, and ia a pleasing Kirecid
Visitor and Family Companion.
Cannot fall to see the nt Kvaled Induce,
menu offered by The Bulletin In tbe w ay
Ot cbaap and profitable advertisements.