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Tut Illinois lRl((Utur will . adjourn
boot tt 15th t the present nontli, ,
Kx-CIov. W. U.'Runwsi.nw, IntU r
known as "Parson" llrowjilow, of Ten
ncsacc, died at tils horuc In KhoiTillo, on
Two hcxdrio and fliy employes in
the bureau ot engraving and printing at
Washington were discharged on Mon
day. Nearly all the employes dismissed
Therk it now a fair probability that
the proposition to build a Southern Illi
nois penitentiary wilt not be carried out,
as the state senate seems to be more in
laTor of the enlargement of the peniten
tiary at Jolict than building a new one
tu Southern Illinois.
It is stated on what appears to be good
authority that Morton will vote to admit
Eustes, who was elected to the United
States senate by the Louisiana legislature
after Finchback was rejected. Morton
claims that Eustes election was fair and
regular, and that he is entitled to his
seat. Eustes is a Democrat.
Aun viim ikvpuuiitaiiE) . ... v. , . . . . .
t m i.oi.i .f-. wMireuuoii own
uoih i'liis will give tlicm time to
watch (he current of events, and if pos
sible heal the break in the party which
Hayes' Southern policy lias Drought
about. The Ohio Republicans are In a
bad way the party is awfully demoral
ized. For some time past the ring men in
Washington have been greatly excited
over a report that Wells, the present dis
trict attorney at Washington, Is to be re
movcd.and Bluford Wilson to be appoint
ed tosucceed him. The appointment of
Wilson to this position would be a fatal
blow to tbe ring, and would do much
to root out the corruption that has
so long been known to exist in the poli
tics of the district, and a prompt and
efficient prosecution of the bribery cases
developed by the late congressional in
vestigations would terrorize legislators
to a mere honest performance of their
official duties. Indications are that the
administration has determined to give
the Brlstow men back the place lrom
which Grant dismissed them. One by
one they are being reinstated.
It is beginning to look as if there will
be no serious opposition among the ex
treme Radical members ot the senate to
seating Judge Spoflord, United states
senator elect from Louisiana. Even
Morton and Blaiuc are credited with
Having asserted that they will make no
serious objection to his being sworn In
They may vote against blm, but will net
make an open fight against his admis
sion. The same Is true In the case of
Butler, of South Carolina, and it Is now
CHesesenator will be seated soon after
the convening of the extra uiflimn
With these two men seated the senate
will stand thirty-six Democrats : thirty,
four JJepublicaus ; four carpet-baggers,
and two Independents.
Tub members of tho Chicago and St.
Louis w hisky ring arc likely to have a
hard time of it. It is given out from
Washington that.in no case was any of
the ringsters to be given civil immunity,
and that It has been determined by the
secretary ot the treasury that every
mother son ot them shall bo forced to
make restitution to the government as
lar as lay In their power to do so. At
the time the prosecutions were discon
tinued against them, the distiller were
willing to come to any terms on! v so
they could keep out ot the penitentiary,
audUiciAa at tr.i luimunity was an
after thought with their counsel. But
the department aas determined to com
pel them to pay the lines assessed against
them, and there win be no let up on
them until the last dollar has boin paid
Taa oroeb of the government order
ing the withdrawal ol the truops lrom
Alaska ha produced very depressing
effects on business there, tlrsve appre
beusiona are felt that a fcevcre difll.
culty will arise between the Indian and
resident whites. A lawless aud turhu
lent element seems to predominate in
Alaska, and the presence ol troops is
necessary to keep these social marauders
lo a condition of peaceful subjection.
By withdrawing the soldier it is
claimed there will be little or no protect
ion to property and life. The Indians
are bold and impudent, aud when the
troops are gone ther will be nothing to
rmun tueir rapacity. Ia Tiew of these
inevitable result, merchants and busl
nes men residing in Alaska feci greatly
discouraged. Should the order be en
loreed, the withdrawal ot the troops will
have a very damaging effect on trade
" aibm post and the out-
siae commercial world. There appears
tr. 1 ..... . . . .
wwjuucm pruteii against the pro-
pobeu acuon oi the government.
The bill authorizing an election in
Alexander and Palaskl counties on the
question of consolidating the two coun
ties, came up in the senate on Monday
oa it second reading. The bill met with
considerable opposition from aeveral
aenator ; when Senator Ware made a
ch infavorof tU bi, M 6tated
that it was a cheuie demanded by LI
coiuUtuenU to relieve then, t rou, tne ex
celve fcurdens of taxation. The "a
provoked ceiuiderable dlcui0U but
mm daly ordered to a third Sf by
a rteoJ sateen to fourteen. Twenty,
tbreo senator. Wtr '
sent when th. vote taken, ttJ f
U difficult to sarmUe what the result
would ba been had there been a full
etut. We cannot understand what ia.
duces so much opposition to ilu i..n i
its matter tUt lutemu the yeoph
Alexander ami Pulaski counties onlyi
and If they believe tlicy can better their
condition by a consolidation of the coun
ties, we know ot no good reason why
they should not be allowed to do so.
RADII I LID."
"Hauni Is solid' says the Washington
correspondent ot the t'hiengo Timrs.
For some time past htmiuous tflorts
have been made by certain parties In
the northern portion of Hits statu to have
Commissioner Rauni removed, but It
seems that that gentleman has received
assurances from the new adminis
tration that ho will not be disturbed.
Kauni went into office when the Bris
tow gang Went out, and it is charged
against hiui that he rought to make
himself popular With the Orant crowd
by allowing the affairs of hta otllco to
dritt back into the same lax condition
they were before the Brlstow
people tried to straighten
them up. But now that lue new admin
istration lias expressed a determination
to reform the abuses In the public ser
Vice, Kaum, it is asserted, is "ready to
rtoD." and second whatever effort the
secretary of the treasury may make to
to eradicate crookedness from the reve
nue department. "Jlaum is solid," and
taking his cue from his superior officers
will work and act with the new admmis-
I t rut Inn In nil Itm iindci taklujrs. lie IS tOO
smart a politician to hazard his own
chances by opposing the new crdcr ot
things. "Kaum is solid."
The Missouri legislature adjourned
-John W, Polk ot Kansas City, Mis
souri, announces himself as a candidate
lor doorkeeper of the next house of repre
sentatives. The Chicago Tribune admits that the
condition of the blacks in the Southern
states not tinder carpet-bag rule has been
Improved. Ot course it has ; and the
only strange thing about this admission
is that it comes lrom the Chicago Tribune.
A Iiadical exchange says "Wade
Hampton's conduct ever since the open
ing of the campaign has been such as to
hailenge the admiration ot men ot all
parties." Hampton has stood up for
bis rights manfully, and was not aft aid
to express bis opinions at all times and
under whatever circumstances.
The St. Louis Republican says : "We
understand a few members of congress
trom this state propose voting In caucus
for Randall tor speaker. If so, their
reasons must be personal and private.
Mr. Randall is the most objectionable
man mentioned, so lar as the interests ot
the west and south are concerned.
Th OnloanlM Grida tr-t Cam
Perinanral Inieruitiioniti f.ni
bltloa - Ik mhIh( FrW
Atnr-P.f - MumIc of wrhoj-
ntsrcni rlnnarlitlly T
(From our Regular Correspondent.)
Philadelphia, April 2S, 1S77,
Thinking that a letter from this city
in relation to the irmaneut international
exhibition would be more acceptable to
your readers than correspondence from
Washington, which must necessarily be
uninteresting at present, 1 have been
spending a day amid the almost desert
ed, but by no means ruined, palaces of
In West Philadelphia. The street cars
running to and from the grounds no
longer move in close procession, are no
longer crowded, and some ot them
happy innovation ! are
l'ROl tl.LED BY STEAM.
Objections were urged against them, but
they are steadily gaining iu public favor.
It was objected that tnej move
noiselessly liko a sleigh, with
out tbe clangor of iron hoof
on cobble-stones, thus endangering the
live of unwary children playing hop
scotch or marbles on the car track. But
in timo they will overcome all objec
tions. Their speed is
NOT SO GREAT
That they may not be brought to an in
stantaneous etoppage, by the use ot the
air brake, and a man might sit on the
cowcatcher with a buggy whip to keep
the children off the way.
Philadelphia Is just now In a flutter of
expectancy over the opening of her
rERMANKXT INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION,
which will open on the 10th of May, the
anniversary of the centennial opening
day. The programme of ceremonies has
just been definitely arranged. Presi
dent Hayes is to preside, and after con
gratulatory addresses by Mr. John
Welsh and Mr. Alfred T. Gashorn, lor
mally announce the opening of the ex
hibition. The exercises include the
2 Xl'SIC Or A THOUSAND VOICES,
accompanied by the Roosevelt organ,
which still remain in the main building
The permanent international exhibi
tion will be confined to the main centen
nhd building, and the entrance lee will'
uc vnemj-uve cents, or pair me sum
that wa9 charged last year forjadmission
to the centeiuial grounds. The exhibi
tion a before will be
CLOSED ON SL'NDAT.
There will be no charge lor admission
to memorial and agricultural halls, aud
such buildings as the Japanese villa, the
Liigllsb cottages, tbe imperial German
pavllllon, and other that have been pre
sented by their various government to
the city ot Philadelphia, will remaiu
Great ctiauge have been made In the
character aud arrangciieut ot exhibits
in the main ball. The plan ot arrange
ment with reference to nationality has
been abandoned, and the displays will
be grouped according to the art or man
ufacture they represent. Thl will be
an improvement on the old plan. The
vUitot who hj Interested In any special
ClM, leather goods, for example, will
find tbem, although representing the in
duntry in different countries, arranged
UtDM llY S1DK,
Thus affording a much better opportuni
ty for comparative study. But while
Eugland and her colonies, France, Japan
and Brazil, will not be represented in
their national capacity, the display oi
much that is distinctive and characteris
tic ot these and other countries will be
no Insignificant part of tlu; show.
It is Impossible not to admire the
energy and courage, somo say tho fool
hardiness, of those who have embarked
LMqtK ANU GIGANTIC
an enterprise as a permanent Interna
tional exhibition, for, it must be remem
bered that this Is the venture oi Individ
uals, without municipal, state, or
national aid, and independent of the en
thusiasm Inspired by a great national
epoch. I cannot believe it will prove a
The expense of conducting a pcrman
nt exhibition, confined to one building,
will of course be much less than was re
quired last year for the centennial expo
sition; but the attendance and gate
money will ba comparably smaller still.
The visitor from Kalamazoo Damlong
wayoff, and Nagaskl will be wanting.
But, for those in search of
the permanent international exhibition
rf hope it may survive the calamities or
that name; bo'led down to an area of
twenty acres, covered by the main
building, will afford advantages that
were not to be found last ye:ir in the
Bable ot high titled restaurants and
catch penny shows with foreign names
that were so conspiclous a feature of the
great exposition. C.
AumUtft Baltic In Aula Ml nor-I'man-
laiT I be luulie-Kuiiinuin Army
THE ACTION OK ROL'MANIA.
Bucharest, April 30. The Rouma
nian senate to-day approved, 41 to 10,
tne convention witn itussia, n looted
Saturday by the chamber ot deputies.
The minister for loreijrn affairs, ceramu.
nickting the convention to the senate,
declared the treaty ot l'utis had been de
stroyed by Luropu allowing the entry ot
JKussla into lurKey. noumuuia, lie
said, would allow the Turks to occupy
Kalafat but would resist tneir further
IN ASIA MINOR.
Erzkrum, April SO. The Russians,
havimr concentrated and advanced their
siege train, have attacked the Turks be
fore Kars. The battle commenced at
daybreak Sunday. Muskatar l'asha Is in
CnOSSlNd THE DANIIIK.
Galatz, April 30. A Russian general
says the Kusians are luliy prepared to
sacrifice .jo.uuu men in lorting the pas.
age ol the Danube should circumstanees
compel them to immediate action in that
New York, April 30. A dispatch
from I.ondou says that a dispatch lrom
leuna say lliu main body ot the Kits
siau army is marchiiiL' between lVitoutn
uuu iiiu.', .., i ouiniosed to be advanc
ing on Krseroum.
NCRSKS AND AMBULANCES.
Paris, April ;!0. A convoy of nurses
and ambulances sent out by the lnder
national society has starttd for the seat
ot war. Duke Debazes lias informed the
budget committee that he will make
clear categorieal declaration on tho state
ot France's relations with foreign pow
ers in the chambers to-morrow.
The French 1'eUuw AW. contains a
letter from Ihike inieazes declaring the
attitude ot France to be one of absolute
neutrality and reserve.
A HUMOR DENIED.
Romk, April 30. The Lhritto, minis
terial organ, absolutely denies the truth
of the recent statement concerning lul v's
luieiuiun oi occuiymy Albania iii cer
tain eventualities, it says tho object of
concentrating au Italian squadron in the
southern ports is to give the crews op
portunity lor drill and render it possible
in ca.se of need to dispatch some veesels
to points where the appearance ot the
Italian tlag might be ustiul to the inter
ests ot Italii n subjects.
rESTH, April 30. A telegram from
ibrial announces that Russians are build
ing a bridge over the Danube there.
Vienna, April 30. The Turkish lilaek
sea squadron will next attack Odessa.
Five thousand Russians are bu-y re
pairicg inundated railways.
The Austrian archdukes Albrccht and
VHlhelin are expected on the Croatian
frontier to inspect the garrisons. This
is considered to augur important events.
F-ngln jrs are adapting tho Rouman
ian to the Russian railway gaujfe. Thl
will first be done trom Miracliste to
Roumanians killed e ght and wounded
eleven fugitive Jews near Gurgeos.
Tht czar has teleirranheil tn i.ri
Moutene'To: "I am lirmlv resolvi.ii
this time to realize the sacred tw
itussia and my predecessors. God will
Roumanians havo revietn iii.i ic-i la-
ITALY AND lUtKF.Y.
j.oxik, April 30. Correspondence is
progressing between Italy and Turkey
u vuusciiueiiee oi ine reiusai oi tne lat
ttr to permit Russian subjects to remain
under protection of Italian consuls in
places where there are uo German con
suls. The return of the Italian ambas.
sador to Constantinople will bo delayed
RUSSIANS IX ROL'MAM A.
A special from Bucharest states that
about 40,000 Russians entered Rouma
nian territory Saturday. It is estimated
that 120,000 have so far crossed the
1X1 EC1E1) A t l ACk.
A Vienna special Sunday says tho au
thoritiea ot lbrail have ordered the in
habitants to remove all portable prop
erty within three days, as an atta.-k
lrom the Turks li expected. Piiteeu
thousand Russian, are now Quart -red
below the town to miat the aulicipated
assault. The Turkish army on the
Danube have been reinforced bv thlrtv
battalions and thirty thousand Circas
sians from Sofia.
Coluuuia. Aoril 30. The ReDublican
claimants lor state offices will to-morrow
consent to proceedings before the su
preme court, which ends the contest and
beats au tue Democratic state, cBkiaU.
May 4th and 5th
Tho Litest Now York
The Famcms Original and Eoal
.EXBosor or spiritualism, wuusv
Wonderful performances have
Received the Ilighest En
comiums from the Press
Endorsed by Upward of One
Thousand Prominent Divines,
Editors, Literi, and No
2500 mmi 10 EDIIIIS
Will Perform by
All the startling nmiiifentatinns of tho
most lanious mediums wuo claim me
same test: given under the B&me
conditions, to be acroin
pllched by aid cf
The Great Handcuff
I hereby challenge Marshal Gossman or
any other ofliuer ol the law to brlnic to ray
seance any nanucuns lrom wnicu 1 cannot
Anna Eva Fay's.
lireat London Sensation icauce as endors
ed by l'rof. Cooke's, F. it. S.
tion. Water wlii turn to wine, and wine back
to water aain.
Dr. Henry Slade.
The tn.ir'ellous Independent Slate Writ
ings oeeurtpon ttie open lighted stage,
uuu in iuu i it ui lue uuuieuce.
The names ot dead acquaintance of mem
bers ol the Audience. u iil appear upon my
naked arm ii lettei ot Wooj.
Katie King Mystery
AnJ other materialization will be fullv
duplicated, spirit lornis and luces will b'e
plainly seen and often rengnie d.
Sealed Letter and Clari
voyancy. Illustrating how tl.e noted mediums an
iwer mental or e Telly w ritten uent Ioiim
uuiiiik iuid irai mi' j am, present and lu-
Read's Solid Iron Ring,
A Solid Iron King will be placed upon a
person', arm, while. iU j Iilnlv jjoijjn,,
the proteor's hand. Any Cufro blaek
niiih caninade the ring and it will be u.ed
Lu1", " corai"'ttec of ten gentlemen
rt .Vt ri'm 'f 8 ,"u Uu'0' f me w itn
fu nn, nd ''e u'Jt"!', f
uluu L,le t,B'1 lu wonderful
uianiKtatiuii will oc;ur.
Prof. Fay Outdone.
In.i (J";mft' will bind me hand and foot
h.-w Ji ln lllis condition a coat from the
it, i . bUe 01 auience ill be tran
v lil l"y bi" k' "O'1 fler bei"B secure
will h t the neck and cun.
ti. 7,l,""u"tua"u1y. J full view of
t. turned by some unneen
rron.,,1.';,.!,l'0,'',"' anJ wltuout reservation
K'rltnali-1 Uie M CBl,ea Pbonena ol
mi h"'"l"l?Kery and denounce
wi'thit . one i Irauda. .Not
mvielf .nfB Uit VWU claim that
hw l Jl t "'"'"tanU are mediums. I here.
tLt i l th ,um of or uor
ruiiw . . ""' completely and nati.lacio-
I . . ,f to clle(' l'iri Power, which
1 J? ,,t'Vu'lk 1 K Witnei.
bId. II. Cooke,
ADMISSION 69 AND 75 CEN tti.
mau'i liore. f,e' WwhM'Uir at U.rt-
The niot vnn,i..ri.,i . ,i ...
UlCtte 3Ur given is Southuu llUuvi. "
A good cook. Apply . to Mrs. W.R.
Smith, Thirteenth street between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut.
I . Mlirlloy,
liver and cleaner of ladies' and gentle-
mens' garments, No. :Mi F.tgntli stn-ot.
Cairo. Geiitlojnens' lint dyed and
cleaned and blocked in the latest style.
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
remove impurities from all fabrics with
out Injury to tho material. mi.
I'nrm for Kent.
A line farm of 85 acres In Alexander
county ,on the Mississippi riverat Berry's
landing. Good dwelling, barn, well, vc.
on the place. Rent low to a good tenant.
M. J. Howlkv,
3t Real Kstatc Ag't.
Horse, buggy, harness, and a complete
outfit for the same. The horse, live
years old, buggy ami harness nearly
new, all tor one hundred and fifty dollars.
Apply to X. V. Hacker, 70 Ohio levee.
The premises lately occupied by Mr.
John Focgitt, at tho teot ot Seventh
street. The house is in excellent condit
ion and will be found very convenient
and desirable. Apply at tho ofllce of
Cairo and Vincenncs railaord, to Jtoswell
Mrs. Scantland has Just opened a new
stock of millinery goods on seventh
street back of Messrs. Greer & White's
store, r.leaching and repairing done in
the latest styles, l'lease give me a call
No trouble to show goods. 410-2C
Iliive Yon n tough T
That dry, hacking cough is the herald
ot approaching consumption. To check
the swilt progress of the destroyer
prompt and decisive measures must lie
resorted to. A dose of Dr. Morris Syr
up ot Tar, Wild Cherry and Horehound
taken when the couching spells come on
will afford Immediate relict, and event
ually effect a thorough cure. It will be
found equally beneficial in all form of
throat and lung disorders. In cases of
croup it is of inestimable value. Call at
the drug Ftore of
and Inquire about it, they will furnWh
you with a trial size bottle for 10 cent.
Largo sizes 50 cents and One Dollar
Also, agents for l'rof. I'arker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which never fails.
Plea-ant to take, and requires no physic.
Price 23 cents.
Id hereby given that default having been
made lor "more than sixty day in the pay
ment of a portion of the amount secure l
to be paid by a eeitin mortgage executed
by Mis. Julia H. Karri n to Baini'cl tta;iW
Taylor aim r.uwaru rareon, iruuecs oi
the Cairo city prope,ty, dated September
1U.V. I I an.l Vi.flAr.UH In tha ..nr. I .-'j
lulu 1011 ii ii u m murvii . u uw iviv.uia n
otlice of Alexander county, io the ttale of
Illinois in dook o, on pate i-.i, eic. i, me
under.igued, succsi-or to (aid trustees, will
on Saturday, the 12th day ot May instant,
A. 1). 1S77, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon ot
that day , umler and by virtue of the power
ot ilo contained in daid morlae. bull at
public auction to the highet bidder for
cash, at the office building of 5. S. Taylor,
corner WaMhln'f jn avenue and Eighteenth
street, in said city of Cairo, in Alexander
county andttate of Illinois lots numbered
15ritteen; li nixtceni, i3 (thirty-three i,
and at (thirty. four; in block numbered
(two) in thetourth addition to tho said city
ot Cairo; according to the recorded plat
thereof, with the appurteuanaeu, to fcatisly
the purpose and coDditionx of Raid wo ri
ll .tied Cairo, 11U , May lit, 1S77.
Trustee of the Cairo City Praptrty.
1 hereby given that default having been
made for more than Mity .aynin the pay
raent ot a portion ot the amount secured to
lis paid by vertaiu mortgage executed by
Max Kubne and Michael Jungmeier" to
Samuel ntaats Taylor and Edwin 1
trustee of tbe Cairo eity property, dated
July 'i'.nlx, 1S73, recorded in tho recorder",
office, ol Alexander ConnlT, in tbo Kioto
ot Illinois, in book 0 ot deed"; on paget '.r,
tc. i.tlie undemii'ned. huccerHor of aid
Trustees, will on Haturnay, the 12th day of
iay, inim, a. l., li.,at iu o'clock, in
Uk lorenoon ol that day, under and bv
virtus of the newer ol rale contained in
i.aid Mortgage, fell, at puhlic auction, to
tho highest bidder, lor canh, at tha office
building of s. S. Tayior, corner of Wash
ington avenue aad 'Eighteenth Htrcet. in
Haid City of Cairo, in Alexander County
and State of Illinois lou numbered 7
(seven) ami (eight) in block numbered
,3 (seventy-three); in said Cfiy ol Cairo.
according to the recorded plat thereof,
witli the appurtenances, to talUty the pur
pose and conditions of eaid Mortgage.
Dated Cairo, 111., May 1st, 177.
Trustee of the Cairo City Property.
U hereby given that default having
been made for more than .ixty days iu the
payment of a portion ol tbe amount recur
ed to be paid by a certain mortgage exe
cuted by James Kennedy to faoiutl Staatu
Taylor and Edwin l'arcon a, trustee of tbe
Cairo city property, dated November ad
17'2., rocorded in the recorder's othe ot
Alexandereounty in the ttatu ol liliuoN,
in book P," ol d?edn, on page liU, etc. 1,
the undwi signed uocesor to said trustees
will oa Saturday the l!2th day ot May, in
stant A. !., 187. at 10 o'clock, in the fore
noon of that day. under and by virtue of
tbe power ol vale contained in said mort
Kge, .ell at public auction, to the highest
biuuer lor casu at tue onica buiiuing ol .S.
a. lay lor, corner oi Washington avenue
and Eigliteenth street, In said city of Cairo,
iu Alexander county and state of Illinois lots
numbered (twenty-lour), (tweutt
v). 2(1 (twenty-six). 27 (twentv-seveni. 4
(tweutyeight) in block mini We red 'JOfninety)
ll. II.. .!..! ..i.litl.. t. .. . .. .
u i no urn buuiiiuu iu .am cny oicairo, ac
cording to the recorded plat thereof,
with the appurtenances to satiety the purposes-
and condition ol said mortgage.
Dated Cairo, Ills. .May 1st, 1H77.
8. staais Taylor,
Trustee of the Cairo City Property.
U hereby given that default having been
made lor more than sixty days in the pay.
ment ol a portion of the amount securedto be
paid bv a certain mortgage executed by
William liracke to baiuuel Staats Taylor
and Edwin Parsons, trustees of the Cairo
eity property, dated April 2tb, 1x73, and
recorded in the recorder's otliee of Alex
ander county in tho State oi Illinois, in
book tt of deed, on page bi. I, the uuder
signed successor to said t. ustees, will on
Saturday, the 12th day of May instant A.
D. 177, a 10 o'clock, in the forenoon of
that d 4y under and by virtue of the power
ot sale contained in mid mortgage, .ell ut
publio auction to the hlghet bidder, for
cash, at tho uoice building ol 8, s. Taylor,
corner of Washington avenue and Kiau
leentu street, in said city of Cairo, in
Alexander I'nnntv an.l -t.. ni niinni.
numheied 1 (one).aud 2 (two).ln block uuu.
bpMll !Vk t Ihlrt tft'o In 4..ni-l. . 1.1.41....
te said citv of Calro, according to the re
corded plat thereof, with the appurte-
tiom ol said mortgage.
xsaiea Cairo, iiu.,Aiay mi. i"m.
S. 61 A AT TAKLOK,
Trute ol the Cairo City Property.
WATER! WATER! WATER!
Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Trunks, valises, Etc., itc., iumoracing the
Of Goods saved from the late fire by
Will bo Bold within next tbo Thirty Days at a
Come One Come all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Down go the Prices of
We are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Ever brought to Cairo. These good are purclia-cd by Mr. Karnhaker who rekidci Jn
New York, and taken bin time in selecting and buying ju-t wbat the mtrket
needs and at price to hiiit the time. You will .to well by calling
on us, to look at our good? and price. We make
A Specialty of Gents' Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FARN BAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. In Winter's Block.
thereby given that default having been
made'.for more thun W davii in the pivment
ot a portion of the amount neeured to be
paid by a certain mortgage eecuted by
Frederick Hamilton to .Samuel Stat Tav
lor and Edwin Pardon, trustee of the
Cairo eity property, dated November 20th.
173; recorded in the Recorder' ottice of
Alexander county, in the Btat of Illinois,
in book oot deed-, on page ti'l, I, the un
dersigned, nucceh-or of aid trustee, will,
on Saturday, the duy or .M.ty instant.
A. D. 177, at lu o'clock in the forenoon of
thut dav. under ami Kv vir r,i it,a n,..r.. .
of sale contained in said mortgage, t-ell, at
public auction, to the highest bidder, fur
cash, at the ottico buiMiuL' i,f s. Ti.i,.r
corner of Washington avenue and lth
street, in aid city ol 'Cairo, in AlemnJ.r
county and Stale of lll nois, lot numbered
-1 (twenty-one), in block numbered 41
(lorty-'our,, in aid city ol Cairo, accord
lng to tho recorded plat thereof, with the
appurtenance; to satisfy the purpofces and
conditions of id mortgage.
Uated Cairo, ill.. May Ut, 1S77.
S. TaTS Taylor:
1 rustee of the Cairo City i'roperf y.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TFE CITY,
Goods Sold Very Cloie.
Comer 19th St. And Commercial At
C 0. PATTER & CO.
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Sjrup,
SpocioltT- la Teaa.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
I I IIIU I MIU
Caps, Boots and Shoes.
I'AI.Nf AXU OIIJS.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
23 XX X7 a II E a .
Vall Paper, Window Olasg, Win
dow Sbadcs, &c.
41rr on hand, tbe ,mu.,i iUuniiutln
Oornr F.Uver.th Btreot and Waahlnir
M City Commercial Colltp
St. Louis; Mo.
IH0S. A. EICE, A. M. L. I. B.. '
i, a. nvunvuil,
FULL LIFE SCHOLflrtSHIP: $81 00
T j.ST Compli-tv, 1'horougli aud
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Luurne inoiHiK-iisiliJe to eviiy voudk man eiu
barkiiigoa IU ca ol life.
.,j ., HUS- ,:,t,:. A. M., I.. 1.. II..
No 80 Ohio Levee.
y-M. a. smith
Physician 6c Surgeon,
Jltire iu Winter'. Work, "corner (Seventh uuil
CoiniurreiHl Aveuuv, (entntnee on fcevvulb.
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