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JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.,!
flnvcrnr.r, John M. Palmer I
Limilenntii-Oovernor, John Doughertys
r-criilaryff mate, Kdward Hummel;
And. fur of Stale, C. K. r,iM!ccoit ,
Hlalit Treasurer, K. N. Bales !
Hiipi. Publlo Instruction, Newton llatcman.
hcnntAtti l.ymnh Trumbull and John A. I.ogao,
Id piiM mntitu tut IhoHlntii at Large Vacancy!
Ilrpri-reniatlve Tlilrtconth Milrlct John SI,
AlEMUERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senators, lit District T, Ai K. lloltoinb, of
Union, ami H. ft. Ollwon, of Gsllatln.
Il.prraeiilallye, lit IHitrlct-iiTWntaon Webb!
COUNTY OFFICERS. i
Judjrc D. J. Baker, of Alexander.'
Prosecuting Attornejr I. K. MiCarturyrof
Circuit Clerk Jno. Q. Harnian.
Hbrrifl-rA. H.irrin. , , ,. '
Juil( F. llronf. ' i
Alltf.(o--J.:KBtOrlleand pj Hereh'ldon. '
CU i k-i-J b O, Lynch.
Coroner iirn If. aos'sminl
Myor-John"iaYLAnsdcn. " "
Tnamirer-J.U. Taylor. '
OmiftrollerE. A. Burnett
Clrtk-Mlcht! Itowlejrv '' - 1
Marshal Andre Cain. 'fj (J
Atlorney-P.il. Tope. ' , " I
Police! ;MagCltratcs-F. llrdir.o.l.'.lLihan.!
Chief ol Police Lf. Myers. -
Pollen VotMMefohB8beliM,(U7), and
, It. Velrran and Jrw.tfrrrner; (night.)
Mayor John t. Lnnnlen,
Plrst Ward-P. O.Bihuh.
Second Werd-C. R. Woodward.
Third Wtd-Joo. Wood.
Fourth Wrd-H. S lasts Taylor.
Cityst-Ijuge-W. P. Halllday and 1. Hard.
HOARD OF ALDERMXK.
FlK3r WAUD James Xearden,
Isaae Walden. ' '
KOUBT1I WARD-Jamee Carroll. .
Time of Mutiny.
The City Council meet In Joint olon on
Krldajr ettalDK preceding the first Monday of
th Select Council meutaon the Aral Wednes
day and Thursday, alter tlio aocond Monday In
aoiui or urcaatx.
The Board of Aldermen niMia on the rlrat
Monday and TutwUy la ettry month.
COMMITTEES Or TIIE.COUNCIt.
On Strait Messrs. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
Wood and Metcalf.
ftrainaft Mer.CunnliiKhm,Boliuh, FiUnr
aid, Scase and Halllday.
Oaimi Jlessrs. Wood, Cunningham and Kleb.
Uim and Jail Messrs. Carroll, lludcr and
Ordfnaiit-Messrs. Seasc, Walder and Taylor,
fire Drpartmmt Messrs. IUar(ten,6wayne and
tUiUltVtmn. Bchub, Winter and Kleb.
PritUiKj Messrs.WooUward, Bwayne and lluder.
fliuiiUr-Xessrs. Hnrd.HtraUon andMetralt.
llunrd f UuUlh The Mayor, and Messrs. Hear,
den, Winter, Btratton andCairoll.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10; . a., nnd VA f. .
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7J r. .
Sunday School, 3 r. m. ). M. I.anidcn, Sur-
Intcndcnt. Her. C. II. Foon, Paster.
MKTUODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Bts.
Preaching, Sabbath 10 a.m., and 7f. ,
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7i r. x.
Sunday School 3 r. m. L. W. Slllwell, Super-
(ntondent. Her. V. L.TiioMrsoit, Pastor.
CI1UHCH OKTHK UErEF.MEK-EplPl)
Morning prayers, Sabbath 10$ x. .
Etcnlng prayers?K r. m.
t'abUth School, a. .
Hcv. Ma. Coax, iUctor.
ST. PATRICK'S CIIURCH-Cor. Ninth 6(. and
Publlo Senrlce, Sabluth li ami 10 if a. m.
Vespers, 3 r. u.
Sunday School, 2 r. m.
Brf Ice erory day, 8 r. m.
Rev, P, JJlAUoa, I'rif st.
CIIRIBTI AN Eighteenth stroet.
Babbalh 6eU9oli.X a. ., HabUth.,
Preaching, Sabbath lOJJ a. m andTr. m.
Rot, J. FaitNU, Pastor.
MISSION SUNDAY SCHOOL-In tho Christian
Church, Eighteenth Street. Babbatlt Scnool 3
r. x. . , :
4 ' ii J, H.IUsd, Superintendent. '
YOUNG MEN'S CIIHISTIAN ASSOCIATION Reg
uiar inouimg sevunu jiunuay vmku uiumu n. m.
J'raycr room of tho Presbyterian Church.
Weeklr Prayer meeting, Friday, lii P. u., at
tho Prayer room of the Presbyterian church.
C. PAaaoxs, President.
AFKICAN M. E. Fourteenth Bt. between Waluut
Srioe! Sabbath, U A. ),
Sunday School,' IK r.M.
Preaching, 7K r. x. Rot. Win. Jackson, Pastor
SECOND FREE-W1UU DIIST Fifteenth St,
between Walnut and Ccdnr.
Services Sabbath, and 3 r. m.
Rev. N. Ricks, Pastor.
FREE-WItU DAPTIST.HOME NUWIUW fcUN.
DAY SCUOOIi Corner walnut and Cedar Bts.
Sunday School, O A; .
FIRST FREE WILL BAPTIST CllURCH-Cur-
BerviM. ftbbatb 11 a. ., 3 r. f and VA ' I
" 7 Hov. Wm. Kauir, PasWr.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIIUHCH-Bet
ween 10th and Uth treet, pearCedar.
Preaching Sabbath 10i a. M.,and Tji r. u.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening.
Preachlnir. Friday evening.
HAtibath School, VA r. u. John Van llaxter and
Mary Stephens Superintendents.
Hey. T.J. Snouts, Pastor,
HOW LOST I 'HOW HEST011ED1
Just published, Inn scaled cuvelopc. Price. 0 cts.
A lecture on thenaturai treatment, and radical
cureof Spermatorrhea or' Bemlne Weakness, In
TOluaUry Emissions, boxual lability, and Imp,
demonta'to Marriage generalhr Nwwusness.
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fita; Mental and
Physleal Incapao ty, resulting from aelf abase,
it"!, by Robt. 5. CuUerwell, lif. D., author of the
'JA'BOOS TO THOUSANDS pFtiKFJCRSsi
Sent under aeal, in plain envelope, iq au uir
dress, postpaid, on recolptof six cents, or ljr
W,tageuSp-'by Cha.,. JUIne bo.; 1,
liowory, NewTora, rosvounoijy,.,., ,
niLwnotu'a ' "
CATAWBA ailAPK P.I LLf.
CATAWBA OK ATE TILLS. , ,v
CATAWBA ORAl'K riLLH. ;
CATAWBA OltArK PILLS, i
CATAWBA ORAPE PILLS.
1 1 . CATAWBA OttAl'E 1-ILti. .
CATAWBA OBAPK PILLI.
iielmbolu'a ' '
' FLUID EXTRACT BABSArABILLA.
II.U1D EXTRACT BARSAPAJULlU.
7LUID EXTRACT BARSAPARILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT SARSArARILLA.
FLUID XXTRACT BARSAPARILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT BAR8AFAKILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT B ARB ArARILXiA .
rtJHIFV T1IE BLOOD.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT SARSArA
RILLA Cures all Eruptions of the Skin.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BARSAPA
RILLA Cures tUu worst form or Wood Diseases.
UELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BARSAPA
RILLA Fosters heavily Into the Circulation of the
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BARSArA-
Beautifies the Complexion.
ZKLMDOLD'h FLUID XXTRACT (SARSArA-
una tcitio is eousi liTiirVncth to one calloa of
the Syrups or Doctions as usually made ; and
a wlne-KlaM I,M to a Dint of water equals the
celebrated MSRON DIET DRINK. Try it this
way. A delightful beverage.
ItXLMnOLb'B CATAWnA ORATE PILLfe
HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA ORAFE FILLS
A pleasant, safe and ngrceablo Cathartic.
HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA ORATE PILLS
Used In all aflecuon wheroa Purgatlyo.MedlcIno
HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA GRAPE TILLS
Harmless to a child, and taken by children.
HKLMBOLD'S CATAWBA ORAPE PILLS
Hupcraedo Magnesia, Baits and every other Pur
nr.LMBOLyys catawba orate pills,
Certain In effect, and pleasant In operation,
HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA ORATE TILL
Is not a patented Pill.
HKLMBOLD'S CATAWBA GRATE TILLS
Arocompos'ed ol Catawba Grape Juleonnd Fluid
Purrhase two bottles of HELMBOLD'S SARSA-
PAK1LLA and one box ol PILLS worth their
weight In gold.
No bolter Investment can bo mado lor so small
UELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCIIU
lias acquired a world-wide lame.
A LL of mt preparations are meritorious. A
J period of twenty years has proved this to bo
See remarks mado bvlleniamln Traverse. F. It
C. H. Sneakins of those dlteascs. and diseases
arising from thn excess of mercury, he states
inai no remedy is eouai to mo ivxiract oi oarw
parilla. its power Is extraordinary, moro so thin
any other ifrug I am acquainted with. It is. In
in the strictest sense, n tonic; with this Invaluable
attribute tliat It is appucauie io n siaio oi mo
system so sunken, nnd yot so Irritable, as ren
ders other substances of tho tonic class unavail
able or Injurious,
See REMARKHot thofiltEAT CUEMISTS AND
PILL MEN pF AMERICA :
Wm. R. Warnor A Co.,
la North Thlnl street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Esteemed Friend I congratulate you on
having tho handsomest and at tho same time the
Most Etrectivo Pill that I have ever known for the
purposes Intended. WM. It. WARNER A CO.
U.T. Uelmbold will remark, in conclusion, that
his remedies arc tho rcsnlt of long and careful
study. Tho Fluid Extracts have been before tho
public twenty years. The sale of them in that
lime nroves their value. All havo been benefit
ted by them who followed my Instructionsand
to-day they stand unequalled In tho extent of
their sale, and unsurpassed by-any medicament
in tho Ulspensatory of tho United States, not
excepting a alnglo Herb, Root, Plant, or He leu.
Pharmaceutical I claim all mine to be, and have
never patented a single ouo.
ro dispel any1 Impreaalon1 or 'prejudice that
might exist In the minds ol many against my
preparations, from tho publicity given through
advertising, and that I am and havo boen a drug
gist for a period of twenty years, und more con
cluslvely topreve this soo letter from tho largest
manufacturing chemists in tho world i
. i . , .November 4,1854.
( am acquainted with Mr. It. T. Uelmbold 1 ho
occupied tho drug store opposite my rcsldcnco,
and waa successful In conducting tho dullness
where others had not been equally so beforo him.
I have been favorably impressed with his charac
ter and enterprise. WILLIAM W10I1TM AN.
Firm of Powers 4 Wlghlniao, manufacturing
chemists, Ninth and Brown streets, Philadel
phia AIL STAND OS TUEIB MM ITS.
Tho Pill I huvo thought of offering to the alllio
IaiI for ten vears.
nicy aro now perieci, ami t snan giauo my
time, money and fame on, their cirectlvenenn.
Tho inviting style in which the pltl Itself la mode!
the bottle, label, wrapper all show wllh what
care thev havo been prepared, .After examina
tion, nc English or t rencn preparation win snow
greater rare, and I am really proud of them.
Instead f tho nauseousdooking, carelessly
picpared Pills vended generally, and put up in
wooden boxes, and mado generally, or ottered
by thoio having to experience as physicians,
druggists .or ftiagulacturera of raejltapej, test
the medicine ottered by your obedient want,
' , ' I 4 II. T. UELMBOLD.
Crysttl iTHloco Drug store; No, sot Broadway,
New York.. i 11 " J
Palace Pharmacy, Ollsey House, Broadway, and
Twenty-iuniu sireuipnvw lorK
Temnle ef Pharmacy. Continental Hotel. Phila
llernhiai arvl No10t tSoulh Tenth street, PJiiH
bold iiy hufeiirra' bVikywukhi:.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC,
lYYtfUU LAW IN ILLINOIS.
MUUDBIt AT KL01N, 1LL1NQIS.
JuilOr. LTXCII OX THE i'iEKCH THETlnUTfc'
M EARED, IfArfQin) HV'a'jMOB MVnDEtt'
AT.tl.OUt, ILLl.NUIl). f
GincAub, July Ij. A ipocltti from 'nU ,
icka. 1IIV says that a crowd 'of citizens
frdm'thRttown antl tho surrori riding conn-,
trv to tlia number of nearly ono tlmuinnd. ,
Including men, w6lncn and clilUrgii, pro-
cceata io tno jail in mat juacu'.Jait nigui
arid took therefrom Mitrtiu IMoarol, whosb
brutal murder of bisMn.-it InAoClO venra.
,wa tlpscrllcd "in ycAtcrdsy; jdi'paT0"0
suits, procucuuu wivu mm w n&cunvuniuui,
place near at hand, where, hfttr Riving film
twenty minutes to pray, arbpp'wa placed
around Ma neck and thrown Over u limb
of a tree, and hundreds of' rendy. handi
?.t i At, .-:t - t i.f i v.,-!
atiuvu iu jnuugmg nun up, nnu uciu nun
thoro until ho was dead. Th6 lcadccof thb
daring act waa Dr. Daniels of Gllmau, and
bo and hh abettors claim that Mcard
could only have been convicted of man
slaughter, and fur that rcasou they were
Justified In putting tho arch fiend beyond
tho reach of mercy. 31card, previous to
his deotb, renounced loaionry nnd re
adopted Catholicism. ,
MURDER AT XLOIK.
At Klein, III, yesterday, two men
named w. Horton and J. Davis, who were
engaged in a law suit iri regard 'to some
land, mot on Ilorto&'s farm. Horton 'or
dored Davis off, when tho latter drew hit
revolver und shot Horton.
SUPERINTENDENT OF THE PENITENTIARY
IN TROUBLE DIED FROM SUNSTROKE
Little Hock, July 0. Tho expose of
Superintendent Tankersly by tho Oazdle
this morning crcateM a great sensation. , It
is understood that ho will reply in the He-
publican to-morrow, endeavoring to throw
uiscrcati on tno oincer maiung mo state
ment. DIED FROM SUNSTROKE.
A man by tho namo of Stearns con
nected with the Port Smith railroad, died
this morning from the offecU of a sun
stroko received a few days ago.
A young man, mail carrier between this
city ana ranvtilc, was ncciaentnlly snot
by "a pistol falling from tho scat to tho bot
tom of tho mail cart nnd exploded, wound
ing him not fatally.
Very, warm to-day 93 in the. stadc.
Leavenworth, Kansas, July C Tho
board of county commissioners to-day de
cided to submit to votes a proposition to
transfer 250.000 of stock in tho Kansas
Pacific railroad company, owned by JLeav-
nnwnrth rnnntv. to tho nronOFod Kansas
narrow guago "railroad from this city to
D. Smith, lurnkoy of tho ponotontiary,
was drowned in nino miles creek this a.m.
ITALIANS AND CATHOLICS SENTENCED
FOR CONTEMPT OP COURT.
San Francipco, July C. Tho Italians
of this city having hoisted a flag on which
was inscribed " ma Itali Romoc Capito,''
umbrago was taken by tho ultra catholics,
nnd somo threats mako of tearing it down.
Tho Italians nro now parading tho streets
with American and Italian lings. They
aro greatly oxcitcd and shouting " Viva
Oaribaldie I a bcsclc J'opef
Judgo Stanley, to-day sentenced David
Caldwood to ton years and flvo days im
prisonment for contempt of court in re
entering property from which ho had boon
deposed by order of tho court. Cald-,
wood remarked to his ottornoy "that is,
a lie," whilo tho judgo was spoakihg.
Louisaille, July C Jno. Phillips, a
lunatic sent tfiooitjf hospital, in tho ab
senco of a moro snitiiblo place, yostorday
seized nnd swollowod a bottlo of JJrown's j
scguards epilepsy specipic. Tho doso is
'fAta),"of"courso. TDo ,man is now in n
comatoso conuuion, nnu win uu ucuu uu
loro morning. ,
ANOTHER BREAK DAMAGES SLIOHT.
St..Paui.Ju1t 0. Another, break.took
placo at tho St. Anthony tunnol last Tuos
uav. It promised nt ono timu to bp a se
rious affair, but by Hcrcuiniionn efforts,
howovor, u dam was built, cutting off all
tho .water from tho St. Anthony. It is
hoped' that tho present danger is nt least
averted. Mills on tho St. Anthony river
nro compelled to stop running by tlio wa
ter being withdrawn,
trial ok mowers.
Toledo, 0 July 0. Tho trlul botweoa
tho Sulky mower of Toledo and tho Buck
oyoof Akron camo off near this city to
day, nnd resulted in n yory ovan contest'.
Tho Buckoyo's draft was 210J pounds and
tho sulky's draft was 219 pound.', but tho
latter cut tho most crass lit tho tost. Tho
Judges pronouncod thorn equal In morlt.
DEATH OP A JOURNALIST.
Nabhville. Julv C John Oloiborno. it
well known southern tournnllst. luto of tho
New Orleans Fieayune, died horo at 7 p.m.
Nkw-Youk. Julv c:
N.Y.C.,071; scrip 921; Erlo 27J,pfd
50; Mich. Cont. 1 20; LukoShoro 1 O'JJ;
iiis.uoui. 1 uoj 1'itts. l 17; ,iN, We
St. .Paul COJ.pld.BOJ; WubtumoOJi Vi
Wayno 09 ; C.& A. 1 20; Burlington &
Qulnoy'l. 05 ; H. & St. Joo B2.
" GOLD-Stcady at.VlSUol 133,
GOVT. BONDS-dtoady, dull. Stato
bonds 8toady. Monoy easy at tc,
ILLINOIS FRIDAY, JULY 7,
Paris, July 0. Tho details of tho army
volo aro coming in. A garrison cf Httlo
ovor soven hundred gavo only ten votci
for thrco of tho legltamntlits. Tho city of
Calais gnvo 3,113 republican against 8M
monarchal votci. In olhor places which
havo been heard from the republicans uto
In tho ascendancy. M. Ucsson, tho cotn
mdndant of tho trOons stationed at Bor
deaux, suggested to tlio soldiors before tho
olection that, as a republic only could savo
tho country, thoy had bettor voto for tho
republican candidate Tho pcoplo of Bor
deaux hava sont a petition to Cissoy, ask
ing to disavow tho courso takon by Ucsson.
Tho' latest rcturris from tbd department
of the Solno, elect Sfdrean 16 tho assembly
In, tho place of Uouvalct, which Increases
"the Topubllcan delcgfttloriroirt tho capital
'AOschro ft jiaTi named Dp Lalland has
!rri,u'nloreuVM:wV6'unol thb'myor of the
town or hacnto. A cttrnto or I'nrii, wnllo
bringing in tills to nnnoint the body of tho
murdered man, was alio assassinated. In
tense excitement against tho murderer
prevnils. It is announced that JJo La!
Innil committed suicide.
Vienna, July 5.s "Jay" gavo a grand
dinner on the 4th at which all tho ambas
sadors at court wcro present. Von Ilcust
proposed tho health of Grant who. ho said,
was tbo cbiof of tho grcatropublic whoso
bravo soldiers conquered tho union, and
whoso swords woro now turned to tbo
Jay expressed his opinion that tho
Washington treaty would prevent wars
horcaftor by tho establishment of nn inter
national court of arbitration.
VonUouit in reply doubted the ability of
any powor to restrain national quarrels,
nnd said htthorto mediation had only boen
tolerated and arbitration rejected. Von
Dcust expressed tho opinion that tho
United States was frlondly toward all
powers und concluded by drinking lo tho
ioug lifo olid prosperity of tho great re
public Spcochos wcro mado by othor promi
nent parsonages, in which friendly senti
ments wcro expressed.
NAPOLEON ON THE MOVE.
London, July 0. It is said that Napo
leon will soon lcavo England for Geneva,
and Kugonio will simultaneously pay a
visit to her mother in Spain.
Tho princo imperial and Frederick "Vil-'
Ham of Germany aro expected in London
Chicago. Julv 0.
POHK Hold at U cash July; 14,
Aucust; sales 13 Dec.
Ii AKD lOJtolOJ, cash 13J August.
MEATS Nomlnaly unchanged.
V.11TKKY lfirm j sal o 01.
St. -Louis, July 0.
FLOUR Moro settlod and not quotably
"WHEAT Higher; inspected No. 3 red
tSL13 tr S1.15. Nn. 2 do SI. 12.
CORN Better ; bulk mixed, on track.
ELEVATOR OATS Hotter: ooc.
SACKED RYE Dull at 70c to 77c.
"WHISKY Steady at Jlc.
rORK 14jc cash.
BACON Firm: shoulders 01c: cloar
sides and dry salt meats Urm at Cjc.
Cincinnati, July C, 1871.
"WHEAT Dull; now 1.20 to $1.15.
CORN Steady at 05 to 5Cc;
COTTON Dull; middlings 20c.
Detroit, July 0, 1871.
"WHEAT--Dull and unsettled, with n
very weak feeling; fancy $1.42, tread well
$1.30 to $1.38, extra $1.35, bid for amber
S132, No. 1 whito S1.30, regular $1.20.
CORN Lower; mixed 59c.
OATS Quiet; mixed 05c.
Toledo, Julv C
WHEAT 2c bolter and moro active.
No.J wheat 1 37; amber Mich. $1 34 to
130; No. 1 red SU0; newambor Ills.$l 34;
whito Wabash Si 35 ; red $1 -.'8.
CORN Shade better for high mixed.
OATS Ouiet, unchanged; No. 100
-Mich.-65c. Lake freights unchanged.
New-York. July C 2,:, 30 p. M.
irk... nnrn tnn hlila' for colli to-duv.
amounting to S2,42B,000, from 112.80 to
. . , , , , .ii. . i
Uj.US. Awnras win uo ono minion at
113.38. Shlpmonts of specie, $355,000.
THE COTTON MARKET.
Mobile, July C.
nriTTM'W fliilnt mlrl. 101r! nnt ro.
ceiptsl30; exports 147; sales 100; stock
Savannah, July C,
rftTTOVTcndlni. downward ; mid..
19c to 19Jc; receipts 130; stock 0,770.
vxALVJsaTON, ouiy o.
COTTON Oulot: trood ordinary at
10c f not rccoipts, 722; exports to Groat
Uiliain, ouo; saios ouu; siock, u,u i.
, - Whoroaa by a certain mortgage deed bcariug
dato tho Mil day of January lttou, and recorded In
booK ""A. A. oi ueouson page io, in in recor
der's office of AloxanderCbtinty, State of Illinois,
John I.. Mason and Margaret F. Mason, his w ife,
iUd convoy to the undersigned the, following des
cribed real estate, situated, lying and being In
raid County and Btnte, lo-wit i Tlio west half of
thi north cast nr. of section twenty-two tti). Tlio
north west nj. of tho south east nr., and tho tin.
divided one Hftli part of the north oust qr. of the
south eastqr. of section twenty-ono, oli In town
ship tiliecn south, and lo rango three west of the
3rd P. M. Intrust however that in caso accrtalu
promlinry nolo for ono hundred dollars mado and
executed by said John h. Mason togethsr with
Willlaurllracacn' and R. C. Pctltt, due one year
after dato, nnd two certain promissory notei exo
eutod by said John h. Mason, Jono for two hun
dred dollars duo two years nfter date, and ouo.for
twenty dollars duo eight months alter date, all
bearing even data wllh said mortgsgo deed and
bearing interest from date until paid t tho rate
often porcont per annum, should not bo paid
according to lie tenor, and ell'oct thereof that
thou tlio undersigned should proceed ami n il tlio
said premises as by laid mortgage deed provided
and exseuto to tho purchaser a good mid sultl
oient deed oonvoying, all the right, litlo und In
terests olthOHAid John U, Mason and Margaret
V. Mason, his wire, by said morlgafu deed con
veyod to tho umlsrsigned. Aud, wherean, the
llrsttwo ol said notos remain duo and unpaid.
Now, therefore, notice Is liorcby given thai by
virttiooftho lerniHand comllilom of said morl-g-ge
deed. I will on Friday tho fourth day fif
August A Ii. IH71, nt the storo of flrorge Roll
wltig in tho town of Thebgs, 111 said Vll"tY n'i
Male, between tho hours often o'clock A. M.and
tlvo o'clock P.M. of said day, proceed to sell to
thohlghost bidder, forcash, tbo property herein
i.i.-.i.,.,.,ii.! in.nii.rv.d dLt and Interest
1 and the cokts and charges of sld trust, and will
execuuv and deHyer JM
1 tiauid. Julv 0th. ini. Trustee.
O11DINAN0E ISO. 11 1.
An Ordinance authorising stay of execution In
He It ordained by tho City Council of the city o(
Cairo i ,
HtcTio.t 1. That it shall bo thn duly of'th Polloe
Magistrates or the oily of Cairo whenever the
City Attorney of said rlly may no iliieVltoollaw
n stay of fiivutlon for anytime not rxeeedjlig
forty-eight hums in fivor of any H'inn, wjni
may havo ben found giilllv of vinlallou ,f ahy
ordinancoiif said city, mid the City Attorney may
ilircct inch stay whenever hn iiih) th'nk inn In
terest of thocl.y rwiulres sutli.Uj nf vxceulliln.
Provided, any person In whon favor .lay of
catioo Is had whoshallbo found within tl limit
of thooity of Cairo after the timo of nieh atav ol
execution haa elapsed shall be dealt with as If no
surh stay of execution had teen granted.
Approved June tied. Wi.
Attest, JOIINM. LANsDKN, Mayor.
M.J. HowLar.City Clerk. Jeivllot
OltDINANCE NO. 11C.
An ordinance to amend ordinaneo No. 27.
Bo in ordained by tho City Council of tho city of
Ricriox I. That ordinance Xo.SO, approved Aprl
till, IS07, be and tho same Is hereby anicntfi
by adding ifteriho words "or any newer, trough,
nr other thing used for tho drainages ol slops or
water," in the eleventh ami twelfth lines from
the top of eoetlon I of said ordinance, tho wonl,
"or any soap factory, anyplace, building or es.
"tablliliinent used forthestestntngor renderiog
'of lard, tallow, fat, offal or dead animals or any
"establishment used for thn steaming or render
"log of any other substances, which in being to
venuereu sruiu cause tno pusiness inereui tu ou
offensive to the public or any portion thereof Or
injurious to thd publlo health.
approyeu juneiui. i.i.
JOHN M. LANS DEN, Mayor.
Attest, M.J. HowtBT, CllyClerk. JeaMIOt.
ORNINANOfl NO. 117.
An Ordinaneo to regulate the duties of Ike Chief
ot roucoana ronce iuius,
lie it ordalnod by the City Council of' tho City of
HicTioa 1. That tho Chief of Police shall act as
day policeman, and sha'l liave general charge ot
the Police torce of tne city, (excepting the City
Marshal,! and, tindir tho general direction of tho
Mavor. shall superintend ana control tho ooera-
tlona ol the several nollco constables while on
duty. The other police constables n w author-
ixeu oy ordinance siuiii uo uuiy as lugm hhkh
Hrc. It All onlinances or parts of ordinances
inconnici neiewiuiaro ucrouy rcpeaim;
JOHN M. Lf4!jDEN, Mayor
Approved, Juno 29th, 1871.
Attest i-M. J. Howi.tr, City CT'k.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 1671, trains wil
run ai iollowst
TsiiKi coma soiTnsiiT.
Leave Virginia . 0:40 a.m W:'l' p.m.
' Sriringfleld - i"0 " 3.-00
" Tiiylorvlllo....10:52 " 4M "
Arrive at Pan.i- 11:10 m. .- 6:17 "
Leave Pana ....4.'O0a,m J:35 o.m.
" Tavlorvlllo 4:47 " 4:20 "
Arrive at Hpringflcld...ti;l5 " C:U ."
Ixavo 3pilngacld....r,:3.1 " C-.10 "
Arrive at Virginia ft:23 " -....:16 '
TBAIXS QOISQ SOUTHEAST,
Lcavo Edgewood t:30 a.m 10:10 a.m.
" Flora... W " ... - .11:10 '
Arrivo nt 81iawneetownJ:a3p.m 0:13 p.m
TIA1XS OOINU SOSTimtST.
Leave Shawnoetown-... J:45 o.m ....-J)p.m
" Flora.. 2:55 " 7:00"
Arrive at Edgewood 1:50 " 8:20"
The 5:30 a.m. train from Edgewood, runs only
Mondaya, Wednesdays nnd Fridays, and 6:43 a.m.
train from Shnwneetown cn Tuesdays, Thuis
days and Saturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton Rillroad, for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Maon City, nnd all points west.
At Hprlncrleld, with Chicago and Alton, and
TYilmJo, WaUtsli and Western Railroad, for
Bloomington, Chicago, nntl all points norlh.north
weit and west.
At Pans with Ind. and Si. Louis, nnd Illinois
Central Rail raid for all points east, south and
At Edtfohjm!-wilh Chicago Division Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad.
AtSliawneton, with steamboats for Cincin
nati, muuean, uairo ami nt. 1J5UI
O It LAND SMITH, Ocn'ISup't.
', Qen'l Kr'gt and Ticket Ag'i.
FUUNDIIY AND MACHINE NIIUP.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP
STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS,
CorpER and Sheet Iron Work.
No. 248 East Pearl Street,
Hoard and Tuition, per annum'. ?220 ou
HELLMUTII LADIES' COLLEGE
iNAt'ui'BATiu nr ii. a. ii. i-niNcr. Aariau,
Hoard and Tiiilisn, per annum ,.WC 00
PrsHidenl-Tlio Very 11. V. I. Ilellmuth, O, 1'.,
Awan oi Huron,
For liartlculars. annlv to Malor Evans. London.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, OILS,
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTY
WALL PAPER;WlNDOW SHADES
05 OHIO LEVEE,
Tho undersigned, proprietors of tlio Paiu and
n,ll III .i.biii., limn .1.. .. .... ...
tnentot tho latest styles of Job Piluling types,
and havo now ommf tho most complete Job oltlces
in tho South anil west, rney nutter iiiemsenoH
thai lliov iiossess incitiiiea ior iiiruiuu uui
promptly, in tho bet style nf the Art, alt work
ttiitruatwd to I hem, from tho smallest card or
lalifli to tno iiiHipmotii poster, auu at priues
which 1-nre wlih our business men nn good ex
cuse for Bunding their wnik.tofJt. Louis, Cincin
TftllN HiOnt'.uI.Y A (tt.'H Hook Rlnderv.m
sjtho llULiniN liiiHdlng, s ptcpartd to furuuh
all kind of blank bonkn tu thn pulilto aud do all
kinds of blading.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON -AYE.
FAME STOOKIirit RTOVEM.
AflENTS rOK THE
WAUUANTED FIllST-OIiASS IN EVERY 11E8PEUT.
WHAT HOUSEKEEPERS BAT ABOUT
"ZFIASUEET COOKTlSrC3- STOYES.
AND UNEQUALLED IN TI1E PERFECTION OF COOKING APPARATUS
OLOSIlTGr OUT .A.T COST !
Tbo publlo are hereby notified that tho Isrgo and magnificent stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
Belonging to tho
AT THE OLD STAND, CORNER
CAIEO, - - -
4'L.OTIIINU, IIATH, CAM, BTO.
1871. SUMMER. 1871.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
.A.T TI-IOS LOWEST CA.SH PBIGES,
Tho Cheapest and UeAt
GENT'S KURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Etc.,
COItNKU or NIJCTII-ST. AND OIII7.LEVi
IARTICULAR attention paid to orders for WHITE SHIRTS In all styles made, and only
. of the bent of material used.
DUY-atSOnS, CAUPKTS, BTO.
No. 101 COMMEHCIAI. AVENUE,
Wishes to call attest on to his Immcnso stock ot new ami seasonable
CARPETS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
BVEEYTHI1TG PEE8H, DSTU'W, UESIiaABIjSJ.
Dress Goods a Specialty. -
Novelties In Bilks, Poplins, Japanese 8ilks, Silk Warpx, Mohairs. Lawns, Percales, P, K.'a,
etc, American Block tiros Uraln Silk, and a full lino oi the celebrated
Ucavcr Brand of Puro Black Mobalr. '
Tbo largest aasoitmcnt of
WHITE GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,'
Real and Imitation Lacnt, rte., ever oflTered Isa She eltjr. New ssssii eavolce
alylrM ofCnrpetH, aud ft Hill Hue or OU Clotba, Mattlssar. Mtalr t'arss
cSMund Iluipi. Hoot, Shoe aud Until 1st great variety.
FAIR DEALINGS AND SMALL PROFITS.
"An examination of his stock Is respectfully asked.
OBOVKBIEN AND DHV CIOODN.
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOES,
IIATs'aND CAPS, ETC.,
Has just received a heavy stock of I"0'" a"'J
UI.A.. 1 1 .... 1 1. ir an. Mnttnil..
FOR SALE FOR CASH VEKi" CHEAP
HealiohasaflnestoolTo-f Family Groceries Ot
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMEll-
Tli tlllnnls Central Rail Road Comtunv now
niter for sale tho following described lots la first
Addltlou to tlio uuy ot Cairo, via i
Lot 21 block a). I-ot 24 block !,
is liO, iil " 82,
.i 5 " W, " at " Si,
i 0 M. " al " ta.
1 63 " w, " a " w.
I For term, elc.api.ljtn JAMEHJOUN30N,
OETH &c CO.,
i 1 I '
THE BEST, '
ALWAYS TUB CHEAPEST,
SIZES JSTO'W HE1A.X)"S".
estate of iho lale
A I.' i d'f
i I. tvlsjlf,
SOLD AT COST, .,
SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE
MRM. SCOTT WHITE.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
OHIO LKYXK, I
Also, keep 'constantly on hand a snaat com
plete stock of . ,
SCOTCH AND IRISH WmS)IS f. k.
-oiNd'.ii '' "' f. '
. , bill- .
Port, MaderU, Sherry aRdCiUvtWaWlaei
T) BUYTR CO. MU 'eataaitety for eaaa, to
Jtv. which fact the taurUayifta esaecW tta
Cou ef close barfaia bayert,
Batcial a(fn yh fa FWit Qrdtru
.1 I , .