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NKMB. OBKRLY, Editor.
Old Hill Alien will bo seventy-two
yer of ago next December, nml the
Nv York Sun Miys hit lungs nrc nearly
a powcrAil as Uiey wen- twenty-t.vt'
THK NKW .VIST.
Dr. I.ltulerinnn, superintendent of the
mint, will leave Philadelphia on the Oth
iuit., for the purpose ot chooslnjr a loca
tion for tho new United Stntci Mint.
OlneltHuUI, ItidiatutuolU, or St. l.oul
will be the lucky place.
me United Stales Urewers' congress
met lu Cincinnati on Wednesday. Thu
main business of tho congress seemed to
be, not it discussion of how to make good
Hie and beer, hut criticism of tin; Internal
Keveuttc bureau and its acts, disser
tations on Die Intricacies of thu revenue
law, and recommendations of way uml
mean to reduce the Kovcrninet.tilitty on
the ale and beer they now ntiinufiicltuc
At eight o'clock l:wt cveuliiL' (leu.
Sheridan wa married in Chicago to Mln
Irene Hucker, daughter of )U chief of
staff. Sheridan U about forty-eight and
the lady about twenty, and the ninrraj-c
la supposed fo be a "love match" on both
aides. On Wednesday night, Sheridan
was dined by a few of his personal
friends at the Grand Purine Hotel, and
after tho dinner, was presented with n
olld silver tea set of six pieces the gift
of his entertainer.
In 18C1 the public debt of Alabama
wag only $7,127.:t.VJ, or one and one-half
per cent, of the value of the private
property in the State, ($J9.",2",07S) ex
clusive of slave. The valuation of the
same property for 137." U $150, 000,000
$330,000,000 less than In 1801 but the
public debt has increased to $.3:2,000,000,
or twenty per cent, of all the proiicrty lu
the State. Of this vast debt the rum of
$13,473,900 i counted as "Mral-'ht
debt, tho balance being "railroad" debt
and accumulated Interest.
THEY WAST TO VOI'II.
rn.. r t r w . .
o" i.oui.sviiie umtncr-Journai in an
article on woman'. right in Illinois con
cludes: "To Mini it all up In a few
words, an Illinois woman Is now legally
declared to be Just a good a man a her
husband ever dared to be." Of course,
but they arc just as far Iroin being satis
fled a.s ever. The prliiciplu'or the thing
1b what they eontlnuu to light for tho
principle that all other right are as
nothing so long as perfect political equal
ity is withheld from them. The right to
vote Is what tho progrcs-lve, froe-oukd
women of Illinois want.
The Memphis Atnluntht of dune 2d,
ys that tho wheat crop or tho Missis
sippi valley, in the Memphis section, "l.
at once the largest and best It ha-, ever
produced, and before the clou of this
month the usual Glimmer dullness of
Memphis will disappear before a brisk
business in this Important staple. It will
be refreshing to see Memphis
again the market for wheat
as well as for cotton, and to re
flect lu this connection upon thundvance
mout of producers lu the direction of
ease and plenty. A very good start was
made in grain raising by our fanncrsjust
before the war, and In 18C0, If wo iiiUtiiko
not, this Immediate section shipped 2,
000,000 bushels to Memphis, of which
Oates, Wood Co. handled not less
than flOO.OOO bushels. It Is certain that
the crop this year will be larger, mid
for quality. It could not be liner.
The Princess Charlotte, the unhappy
widow of Maxluillllan, 1 not uoad, as
has so often ticen reported, but Is alive,
and Is living In the city of Nelirlum. In
physical good health, she U a meutul
wreck. Her mind i hopelessly diseased
and though under treatment, fbrlu-wilty,
of the mot skilful of physicians,
no nopes are entertained of
tier restoration. Though in the world,
sue is not or It. She live.
In a realm of her own, peopled with be
mgsorncr own fancy. With these she
holus communion all day long, and
show annoyance and vexation lr .lis.
turned lu her Imaginary Intercourse with
mem uy visitors. Sins performs nearl
an personal vertices for lierseir,tarclv
till? tlii' iik-lst nw... ,.r . '
seldom admits t her own private ai(
M..unirij.m.T meais wan great
regularity, and occasionally gains plea.
ure mm relaxation lit music ami palntWg
But the shot which stifled the hwri-bcat s
ofher husband, shattered forever her
own reason, and to Mm end of her lile,
whether it bo long or short, she will re
main "poor Carlotta."
OUT or OAIHO.
An exchange say that Messrs. Tiltou
audMoulton, according to Mr. lleecher's
lawyers, are a pair of black-hearted
kcomidrels, whom there are scarcely
words in the English Inuguago to lit.
tmgly describe. Yet this same wicked
pair were Mr. IJcecher's chosen com
panlons and contldants durliur tho whole
s-rctumt mmine which now occupies
public attention, and one of them
Z'l hTe 1,U bMmr ! '"r
SS, lr ;W0,U! 1110 oriM.
o r KvarU " m fJ
,,'r11""' t,lcJ"0 ought to ,c Included
U of jjret llarto' Callion.I.i miners,
or, and Scott, who, alter hat lug been
ZHW, ,0,, Umc' 'lumrcllcJ, and
thoim1lea(llyL','en,lM' 'l'"B,rfca was
nm u rival w',e!'. . they
ugtiim ca" uSL?ut 1? hf"5 thm
ud nofoiaed Scot ,iu' or,k n,
4 "'PR'K'ful cirecr
veiy much, as Jndo I'orter did Mr. Til
ton's no less to Die astonish
ment than the amusement of the
audience, who had not had the privilege
of knowing their fellow eltlen as Inti
mately as the speaker. When ha got
through It was Scott's turn. "There's
naught, gentlemen,'' "aid he, "there's
naught as that man lie ald ns Isn't true.
I was run outer Cairo; I did belong to
the Hcgnlators; I did desert iVotn the
army; I did leave a wife lu Kansas. Hut
there's one thing he didn't charge mo
with, and maybe he's forgotten. For
thrtt yart ptnthuttn, I win that man't
pardntr." A burst ol applause, accord
ing to Mr. Ifarte, artistically rounded
and enforced this climax and virtually
The ltepubllcans profess to be relieved
by tho letter of President Grant on tho
third-term question; but there U rea
son to believe they aflert satisfaction
when lu fact they an1 uneasy and dis
pleased. "ItesoUed," said the l'cpiibllcan Stale
Convention of Pennsylvania, "that the
unwritten law that declares that no man
shall be elected to the Presidential olHce
the third time must not be disregarded."
"Not so f.ist," replied (irant. "You can
not control the people by a resolution.
If they want to elect a man the third
time they will do so: and It may bo
necessary to give to a deserving man a
"We don't want you for a third term,"
said Hie Pennsylvania ltcpublicans.
"Well, I don't want to be re-elected. I
didn't want the olllcu the llrst or sec
ond time, but thu people forced me to
take It, and I will not accept It unless I
am forced to do so."
To all this the ltepubllcans shout :
"llravof' nml say : "Now wo have thu
third-term bugaboo out of tlie way, and
, may safely count upon victory hi the fu
The following I a llt of the State po
lltlcal Convention to be held within the
next three months, so far as announced
June 0 Indiana Temperance Mass
Convention In Indianapolis three day?.
.lime 10 California Itepublicaii State
Convention lu Sacramento.
Juno 11 Maine llepubllrau State Con
vention In Portland.
June 17 Ohio Democratic Slate Con
vcntlon lu Columbus.
Juno 23 New Vork Prohibition Con
volition lu Syracuse.
June 22 Maine Democratic State Con
June 22 California 4 'People V Inde
pendent Parly Convention hi Sacra
June 2'J California Democratic State
Convention lu San FrancNco.
June 30 Iowa I.'epuhllcan Slate Con
vention lu Des Molucs.
July 7 Wisconsin Kcpuhliraii .Stale
Convention in .Madison.
August 3 Mississippi Democratic
State Convention lu Jackson.
August 29 Virginia Colored Men's
Convention In Richmond.
Septembers Pennsylvania Democratic
State Convention In Erie.
The noIllic.il battle that was opened
yesterday by the Jfepublleau noniliiuifujr
convcntioii will he contested with great
leteriuhialion by the combatants, but
there Is every reason to believe that the
Democrats, under thu venerable but gal-
ant Allen, will comu out victorious.
The election will lake place hi October
Ohio has been a State In which both
thu great parties have always put forth
moit vigorous exertions. Since the or
ganization ot the Itepublicaii party, the
nepumicans maintained control of thu
State until William Allen ro-ii un. hut
thu Democrats, uudNinayed by defeat.
always returned with great gallantry to
thu charge, and dually won a triumph
that promises to bu permanent.
A brief glance at the political history
of Ohio will not bu uninteresting at this
time. In 18."2 Ohio was carried for (ien
eral I'iereo by a plurality of KI,(iUl; but
lrom that time down to tho Gubernato
rial election of 1873, ilm elections were
ono unbroken scries of triumphs for the
Kcpuiillcati, wltli tin; slnirle execution ol
thu election by a small majority of a Deiu
ocratlo Secretary or State in 1S02. In 1872
(ien"i-.d Grant carried the State by a ma
jority of 31,208 over all ; but hi the cuc-
eeeding year Governor Allen broke the
prestige of Itepublicaii sucees-e.s, defeat
ing Noyes, his Itenubllean onnonent.
by u plurality of only 817 In
n total vote of 118,81)7. In the Congres
sional elections of last fall the Demo
cratic majority had lnr" tJ"- 20.763.
the entire vote cast bcinjy'rii;i,857, anil tiio
Democrats p'-oirh 13 out of the 20 mem
bers of ' -tigress, thus exactly reversing
f , po-moii oi parties in the Ohio delega
tion to the previous Congress. A despe
rate ell'ort will be made by the ltepubll
cans at the approaching election to re
trieve their reverses, which will, of course,
bu us strenuously combated by tho De
mocracy, and the result may, and proba
bly will, have considerable Inlluencu
upon tin; Presidential campaign of 187(1.
Mritiu:itN at Tin: noutii.
Mr. NordholPs letters to the Now
York Herald nro bringing to light the
fact that a largo majority of the murders
of colored people hi Louisiana diiringtho
past six years were by colored people
In PiujiicmiiiQ pari,-,, ni0llP) out of 33
nuirdm yi were by blacks. Prom 1808
to Jbiu llu-ru were lu ihirt,,
J1J murder, ui r vthltos by whites, ua
of colored people by colori-a people 28 of
whites by colored people, a ,r wnml
peoiilo by olllcers of Justice, r wi,ne
by mobs, mid .'. of colored nconlu i.v
mob), It was hi these narlshes Hint nmu
J iiouiJifs occurred. Mr. Nordhofl'ii
lett-.-r, from which tlieso facts are taken,
concludes by asserting us u s,lciuu and
undeniable fact that-
fho HepuWIcan rulers of Loulslaiift
.r """ onciy sicnu or tiro,
ectlng the good citizens: Tho only dan
bop to the peaco or Louisiana to-day Urs
lu the corruption and tncnlelcnov iwr
rulers who call thcmjrlvca Itepubllcnm,
and have thus gained the countenance 01
the Northern Republican parly and the
support of the Federal Administration.
These men have committed a great crime
nfrnhicl II. . Sllnli, II, ill Mfnilliet
" w ......
the country, tho cvntot crime
their mlsrulo has struck a blow at tho
very foundation ol society nere ; uiey
have corrupted thu public morals, they
l.nv.. ilmrrnitiKt Mllll IIIIIIL'1I1 I III! lie-
grocs.whoni they tteie sent to lead into the
exercises ol citieiismp; anu, surM-. mi;
tllO siorv Ol Ilieir iinsriin-, i mu i.uii-
ilnliul tr. Ill' flint (licit' llllllllll'l' Of till!
State, monstrous as It has been, Is the
least OI tneir onciie. neejiu-u ii is
nrarnr xrliiiii In ilnliinrli nml ili-in nml i ?
a Slate than to steal Its treasure.
Ucnernl Nlierumii Mitke III". 1'lrst
Mpeerh to n pollllrnl AMcmiiiy,
Colu.uul's. June 2. The lleiiubllcau
State Convention assembled at the opera
house at 7 a. m 610 delegates being pres
ent, many of them being men who have
uotoccu intimately connecieu wiiu pon
tics for some years. Hon. Lorenzo Dan
ford was made temporary chairman and
made an earnest speech. A special com
mittee was appointed to luvltcGcn. Sher
man now lu the city to visit the conven
tion and the morning was given to rou
At thu alieriioon session. Gen. Sherman
accepted thu Invitation, nml. beiugetithu
plastically received, spoke, In substance,
Gr.sri.r.MK.: 1 couless to feeling
scared, and II I could with decency have
avoided this call, I would have done
It ; for this 1 the llrst time I ever stood
lu n political convention. 1 have been
raised a soldier and tauulit to obev or
ders. When you uentlemcu have cho-en
governors and legislators, it Is our duty
and pleasure to oliey the laws made by
tueiu. icainuneiolo miry inv aid ami
old stall' otllcer, Col. .fame' McCoy,
whom so many of you know. I have
seen htm laid away lu a beaiitllul (pilot
snot, Jut east ol thu city, and must leave
this afternoon. I come here now simply
as a mark of respect to the gentlemen
who compose this convention. Ohio has
now come to be regarded as the mot Im
portant State In thu Union. I hope you
will all bo endowed with w Ndom s'utll
clcntforthc important duty which has
called you together to-day. Airaln, I
The following Is thu ticket nominated:
For governor,. llutherl'ord It. Haves, of
Sandusky: Lleut.-Govcrnor. Thos. L.
Young, of Hamilton; Supremo ludire.
Geo. W. Mclvalne: Auditor, .lames WIN
Hams, of Franklin; Atlnrnuy-Gcncral,
John Little, ol Greene; Trea-iirer. T.
Minor Mllllkeii, ol lluller; Memberorthe
Hoard or Public Works; lVtcr Docker,
of Ciiyahago. Mr. Hayes' nomination
was mailt! unanimous, on motion ot Chas.
P. Tall, thu son of .fudge Tart, who wa
thu only other formidable candidate for
Before the convention adjourned Mr.
Hayes accepted the nomination bv
Thu following platform was unani
mously adopted without discii-slou:
The ltepubllcans of Ohio iiicouveiitlou
assembled, ivalllrmiug the cardinal prin.
clples of their organisation, which liave
lieconio the received maxim of nollev.
stale and national, declare on -peel lie
points their series ofsentliuent-, as fol
First The states are one as a nation
and all citizens nro canal under the laws.
and entitled to their fullest protection.
Second That (he policy of finance
should bo steadily pursued, which, with
out unnecessary shock to business or
trade, will ultimately equalize tlm pur
chasing capacity ol the coin ami paper
1 bird e art! In favor of a larllf for
revenue, with incidental nrotecilon to
Fourth We stand by the free educa
tion of our public school system, the tax
ation of nil lor Its support, and no divi
sion of the school fund.
Filth Under our Itepublicaii sw-tem
of government there should be no con
nection, direct or Indirect, between
church and State, and we oppose all
leirlslatlon in the Interest of anv narlic-
ularsect. Upon this subject we should
noriau lo proiit ny tlm experience or
rorelgn governments, where thu ollorts
or the church to control thu Statu con
stitute an evil of great magnitude and
endanger thu power and prosperity of
Sixth We demand such a revision of
thu patent laws, as will relievo Industry
from the oppression of monopolies lu ail-
Seventh A grateful people can never
ceaso to remember the services ol our
soldiers and sailors, and It is due them
that liberality mid generosity should
obtain in thu adjustment ol pav and
Klglith That we demand that tlm pub
lic domain shall be scrupulously reserved
lor occupancy by actual settlers.
Ninth Tho determination of tlm gov
ernment to collect tho revenue, and pre
vent and punish frauds, has our unquali
TenthThat the power ol municipal
corporations to create debts, should he
restricted, and local and other expendi
tures should bo so reduced as to diminish
Kleventh The observance of Washing
ton's example In retiring at tho close ol a
second pre-ldcntlal term, will bu In the
future, as It has been hi thu past, regard
ed as a tumlauit'iital rule. In tlie unwritten
law of the republic.
Twelfth The distinguished success of
his udmlnlJlratioii, which to thu tamu of
the patriot rout soldier, has added that of
1 l?ffi"JL?tJ 411 Juilid0119 statesman, en
hi! ty(,'U0ranl o ratltudu of
teo to-night clec. .itu tbllowlujr execu
tive commit ee : A. i. wit-off. chairman;
.T.C. Donaldson, secretary, Gen. N.
N?h, treasurer; John Little, C, C. Wal
ruth, J. II. Pond nnd O. H. Moore.
ill esuueux levivl.aSMWnl ami colleileil
orihejcMr Is; I, In i-xress of ai-so thereoti i ,1
to in.vl.lccclulu. remt-lles for Ihecoiniileie
reliincllnsrnr t he same tu the iv. .... .. ..
Stutcw holune iul(l such txrm uml for the
l.roniuoii ui mu lav nujers enmietl theieto, nml
of Vim rules ami ull olllcers or ieinni conuectiil
on the luvsenlallon of hi or Us tax lecclnt's i n-
...... . l;,IAS Ci.'N.MXiillAM.
K'j-.'.-ll-iUHiir. Counly 'I nomirer-
Ik Prlrato Proscriptiou Book,
BLinivcci.-tiiipji.dv uooi.r ivrLnron
la .ii I Heiusl DlKUll, A.ll.ri.,
HltD'AUU, r.uiin, Cwuiumi llrtb. YiUt
Hilul. Wllm'vlt. HjilfMclf, (i.Mfii.
1-jriKllllU a4 Fhln lliir.., I.h
rr I'.n.rlalul. Ilnitl. W ckijr... Kl'ln.f
inytw., Hemlusl nd Nervous Oo.
billtTSud JCihausllcu. liunaiou.
i c. I.lnl, Mriclt;rii .nj .11 ill a. ...,!'
!'; i"- ceses .11 iuiitlihiii
.Usbits. no... iuiiii , bii.1 r..iih
"Mnpllon Bick. ik. ul
titor in.lM L r. iti. s r.lljl.l. r.ulil. i.,r ir.
U.rrlrS Sb4 tko.. mbssniu llifri. 1. H ii.Ii,. i,.
ft9nn.filini10 mrents, cvciywhrrt.
rjiituaii, Mich. l-m-vi-St -
"i i7i .. tmvh' Riven that In ucconlanre
Willi the iviiiilivineuljiir Sti ll,,,, 7
actentltleil "An Act to lieclaieanl constl till
the Mute of 1 llnnii i,.i. ? "lA0""".1,1 "5
'i iiiiiL iiuiiifin
. !,, i ' . .'4""'" 4" ' iiieni thereof,"
1 will icfiiml to such ierson ureorpotution the
amount by lilm or It lrnhl In excess ol tn enly
nlno Ui utv-blxlhs orbiich Mi inv .r m- i ..r.
THE OAIXV BULLETIN.
rjtllK III IJ.KriN UiaiMMintrtrryiiiorulUK
(Vff(it Mitailn) j Ik IIii- lliillnlii llnll.tliig, oor
fr tt'n, Illusion autinriiuitTni'lll'i ttivcl,
'I'iik 111 i.t ktis Is f nwl lu tit t nitiicrllK-M by
lultliltil lultlT-al iHriily-Klli- lols a tVmk,
H)utj1r ?i-Hy II) .Mull, (lu a.Umiiv), U)pt
(Quiiiii) .i iikhiIIh, vl lt.i luouiLi, S3 1 una
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
l'nMLIiffl Mt-ry 1 liiirniLiy morning t llti
mv Htirnuu, lurstlnlily lit luu0f. flhe posta(i
ol u W(llj will lx prvpuM at UiU offic. so
tbat suWtlUn will ntUIn fur a suhscilptlon
flc ul' lu) tar.
Uutlueti Csnli, per annual ) im
One sijinirr, one u'trtlon,.. 1 CO
Une iqiuirr, two ln.ertloni, - 1 Jo
One square, outwefk,.... 1 1
One bqusiv, two itVi U 'j
One square, tlirw vi'ks, 4 oi
One '(iirv, one month S ft
Ouc qiuvif, uii ItiTrtlou l w
Kuril uU,rqiinl luicrttnti, io
H'One ludi 1 a squnrc.
S3"l'' ivulurnJtrillvM tveonrrtuiirrlor In
lucuni'iit", IkiIIi hi to rutt? ot chat km nnt man
iier of dUl.iyliii( tln-lr fatnr.
SJ"NiilliV'-i in local column In'tithl lor l lf
Imi Onto )wr line fur one lnMllii, Twruly
(Villi n line fur two luwrtl.nn, I wrmy-Flvr
ffUl a tins lor tln: liutrlloin, 'llilily-KUe
1 Vtil a line fur one hkI, umt Nrtrnty-I'itv
I Onti a line Airone uiontli,
Communication upon subject of ten-
, erul Interest to the publlo solicited.
U-All tellers -ll'MlM lira.tJlv,eil In
.ions ii. oni:i:i.v.
I 1'nwlileiit Ciiro Unltellii Omnmny.
TZlVLtAK R. SMITH, M. D.
ItHslllKNCK: No. '.'I Tliirtcenlli trt, ho
Iwi-en Washington u time mill Walnut stnit
OKt'ltK: .Vorth utile of KlKlitli tist be
tM'n C'oiunieirtiit ami Wuliinjrton in nine
W. DUNNING, M. D.
KKSlIiK-NXi: Oirner Mnlli hixI Walnut
OKflC'K: Corner .Sitli tmt umt Uhlolrec.
OKKICK 1IOUIIS: frutii (ia.ru. lSin .anil
iroin a to siim
,n. W. BLADW,
OKl'lCKi llmlcr's lllock, (U(i-iatni), corntr
Kixhth elrift anil Wa-hlnglon avenue.
it. s, iii:imiAr,M n n. M. Kr.tstK, i o.
QRS. BRIOHAM & KEENER.
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS,
No. 134 Commercial Avenue,
OITIU: HOUilS-Sto 10 u. m., 1 to .1 ami:
loSi. in. III'. Keener can be tbuuJ ut tlieofllc
J'OUN H. MULKEY,
Attorney ut Iiw.
OFFfCK: KlKhth .Stmt, lietween Commer
cial uml Wusklugtoi) uvenuex.
gAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at IiUM.
OFFICE: Ohio Ivee, over loom lormeily
uccuiel by FIrit National liauk,
Q.REEN & GILBERT,
Attorney nnd CouiiNelorN
OKFICK: Ohio lievif, moms 7 ami s
City .Nutioual liank,
William If. (inen, )
William II. Uilbert, ) CA1HO ILLINOIS.
Miles FreU'k Uilbert )
tr3Sieclul nlleulion given to Admiralty anJ
ADMINISTRATOR' 8 BALE OF
BV virtue of an miter of the counly court ol
Ale-xumlercouuty, In the state of Illinois,
nmile ut the December tei in thcivof, .V. It InTI,
iiion the lartit ton ol tlie iimterslKnol, uliiiiuis
tiator of llic I'.tute olMohn O. DcVitl,ilec!.intl,
uvaiiut lluilirs K. lie Witt ami others, 1 will, on
Ten'.'U tuy or June Mril,
at the hour of lOo'i'Sk a. m.,nfsnlil ilay, cell
at imiIiHc M-mliieal lhe'lont iloor ofllie store ot
Itk'hnnt A. Kilmouibon at .vat Caie (Jlrarileuu
In nuhlAlexuniler county. thi'l'ollowincile'.erlh
til real estate. Mtuuteil In Alex ander county, in
tho Mute of Illinois, In-wltV
All tlie Inttre.-t of tlienilil .Joh.'l "''Wilt
Uv-ueil, In inn) to the iimllvlileil 'ono-halfol
llmtjmrtolVecllou svirn (;i , toWii.hlnX0, f""r
'Vli (11 ., south ranu'e No t ir, I :ii Ve-(f tho
ii im i rlnclpn luerlilluu, more iwrllculsrl) ,
11 ,. . n '"""wsi-Commenclng at the hull
Iff ,, " .""'r ,"' lli aUlu of sulil sictlm,
Vty .u k,ni".nnK t,"IIt:h "ortn w'fl variation
. v' (' ,k'JfiW4l "ii'lthlilyiiiiuuieii fouy
,.i Li Vl'"tre 0, ",H. mi'l ninnlntf llieine
i-' fin , ,.h V".""'1 lKlily-sfiwi liuiulreilllis (lu
S ., f,' ' "' u.,u,n 1""". "I" l'"'" riinunie
thl ii" l, lm VK lUKrf ( ilcsieesl nnl
tlieiuw . ! i " '. "uty. 'I'Uns to ,rost''Ki"
ii'V U ?). ?' ,ll,1,,'" "liirty-ilie liumlleilth'
u ul e,l ,7).ll'1,'all', o lt of U-jriuiiliuj at "C"
m ml ffl "l-!.K,,."?,, "V-iilne ami flxty-four
tlal I S il,e,,lT11.n:' r,jl belli? Milwtim
ioi itl . 'i i ""1,,,I,'4W1 !' ' wel Twlfof Ihe
"l vi ft l,1L''Lu;r,f'J.""'' Mvtlon.
i.r J. i Ii t .,?'H I"'11' '"" jejrlrom Iheilay
hlv nee. , 1LV '""'I,'0 "e " ",,le 'fUWIIIK
uiiTiCtM'i1 "i ,.n,,'rf''t toy II"! ilcivnvl iwyment,
Ll. iieUi ,lh,0f..'.'n:';rf the widow ol
-IIAIll.l.ti T, Kl
Ceoritf ruin, , Attorney.
'i'tio Trustoort of thu Cairo City
Propovty tleli-o to call iiulille nltentlon
to tho incilti of their prnpcrfj', coinptls-
lug n conslderahlo jioi tlon of the City of
Calm. In Alexander County, In the .State
of IlllnoU, and laudi Immediately adja
rtilielty, ails well knowti, Is .Itllaludt.t
tbc confluence of the Ohio uml Mli.l)ji
rivers, ut the tocml of uuiiiteriiitcd nnvii'ii
(Ion on the MUslnlpl, boln below ob
structions by ice lu the winter nnd low
wnter In uninner, ami thus ha. it clear and
open rher communication ut nil times over
tbc Mississippi ntul ilstnliiiurli'8, with ull
ihe otintr south, to tho Ottirol .Mexico
anil tho Atlantic Ocean. Call a has alto the
satno character nli'ommiliilcntlon Willi all
tho country north over thu stream, 'lowing
tiy l', wheu those streitnt uie not Intiuvl
Kuble by reusoii ol Ice or low water.
Hetore the ei.i o: It.illroail-, (.alro hail a
cominiiniliiiK o-lilou as n centre of com
men i' uml iiuweatlon. 'I'hN tinpiirtmice ol
position f-lio Ktlll pot'-i ,'..'!.. hut lia-noiv ilio
aililltlotnl lultntuuKi1 ot being n crejt rnll-
10 ui e n're, :i ntimtier nl the mo-t Import
ant ralltniil lu the Valley otthe.M.sslpl
eonverinK to anil liming their termini
then-. Atiioti these, coiiilm; from the north
ure the great Illinois C'ential liailrosil,
which traverses Ihs tntlre ;tito ol Illinois
f iom;its extreme iiorthcrn ami norih-usttcrn
to lis southern litntts, ami bj lt-e-omitct Ions
oxlcmls into all Ihu great liortliwe-letii
Kralti protlueiiiK Stale" ; the Cairo atnl Vln-r'-'iint'-,
exteinlitiKfrom Cairo tn the City of
Vliicennc, in tin: .Statool Inillaiu, where
Its er uneettons atliiril Uirect railroad com-iimtik'atlon-
with all Karteni title; ami
the Cairo .V St. t.oiu- Itallrnad, iittonlln a
direct railroad comtniuilc.ition with tin:
City 'I M. Louis nml all thu lallro.iils ei'ii
tpriiu; theio. 'I'lie io;iil cumlnir I mm ihu
South ure Ihe New Orlcims, .lack-on uml
Ureal Northern uud tbo Mobile and Ohio
Knlh'oads, which jrlvo dirt el rutlroad com-lnunie-itlon
wllh tlm clll.-s ol Mobile and
New Orleans, and othi r Southern Atlantic
tea pott-, and by ronnectiuu' roads with all
tiio country nuth of Cairo; uud cnmiii'
liom the 'Oiitliwol I-tlie Oilio, Arkau-as
and Texas I.' illro.vl. wlileh rllord similar
eomiiuuilciill'in with Sontbern Ml-muri.
Aikau-.is riiil IVxs. and the pilnclpil eit-
11 s of thoe stale. This Is-Mimned iiuil
will 'lf, al-n. illnvt eoiiiiei'tfon with the
Texu-amir.icille Koadwlicu it Is comMe.
led, UiU glilng direct coiiui.linicatlon wl h
thu priucliifll port! ol tho I'jcllio Ureati.
'I lieso radionU-, termluulluat Cslro, are
now all completed and in successful opera
tion, tho-e In Illinois coming into the city
mi a bank ol each ol the live r., Ohio and
Mls-hslpp!, and tcri'ilnatlnv; nl their t onllu
ence, lints eticlrellnlhe citv. The Hulls.
Springs, llrotvcstlile snd Olilo Hiver Itsll
road, ami tbn Cairo uml 'l'ciincf-ee Hiter
lUllrosd, which will hath terminate at
Cairo, ate In course or coiisliuctlnu and will
roon be eoniplttfd.aliil other railroads both
In llllnolsandlti Mutes koiiiIi of the Ohio
rlicr, which wlh nlo terminate at Calio,
are projected, nnd arrangements maili: to
build them. The construction of these
will greatly inereu-e the ritlrosd corotntlnl
eitions ol Cairo.
lis central locution in tlie grout Valley ol
the Mlslssiiii,iiuil Ihe ifrcaiweulth of rit el
and rallio;iil eouunuiiieiUoti, Kites fi Cairn
unsurpassed advatifiKes ns a cmimorcial
lioliit, as itsil'orils to her easy and clu-np ac
cess to nil tho eralu iroihi.'in,' districts ot
ttic North anil West, andslruilaruccessto all
the agricultural rroducc rt iisutuers of Ihe.
South, thus presenting tlie best location in
the tVestforan IntereUanKe of the respect
ive northern atnl sou'.hern commodities and
As maiiufscturlnt; locution the position
ol Cairo Is not less important. The crude
msterlals or every description, which con
stitute the elements of iiKinufacturcd arti
cles, ahound on every side, Iron 010, ciul,
of superior nualily, uml tiuihrtor cverv
clisractcr.more llnu others, helm; easily
and cheaply uccesuhle, mid tin rich anil,
cultural riKlon ofthe iminodlato iieiirhiior
hoo.l, us well a the more remote ilislt let
rendered trlhutary to It hy river tin. i mil,
furnish suppllcsot the r.ecessurli-sor life In
such abundance a lorrtnlcr living except
tonally cheap. When the mnnufuetured sill'
cle rc produeod, the facilities lor cheap
distribution by rlvtr and rail etc not
Cairo hiij u moral, lute lliyenl, liberal and
enti-rprlslDK pspU u,iou of about l'J.000 lins
a superior sjsteui nl public school, which,
with others conduct, il by private enlet
prise, srtortl u snip sscU eiliiciilonal nil-van'u-e
Is pisstssod of wcll-esMbli-hed
ihiirchesof neatly every denomination
lias putilhi and prftatu 1 nlbllut'-i nl'a tnpe
rlor character-Ins a climate, which lor mi
lubrlty and healililuliuilitences eunnot ho
surpassed-has a well-retjulated and cf
tlcieiit municipal nriranlatlon, Its 'trccls
lighted wllh (,'as, uinl othernictropolitan ad-
saiiiuKv", 'siiicii ii Kite 11 iiiniv uusirrtni
ami In reslltv not to Iip ..'. .Mi.rl''i n i.l..-
ofpenuaneut retldrnce. ' I-
I.ota ami laud In Cairo are now ofl'ereil at
very low prices, oiTordtiiir favorable oppor
tunities to purchaie, ami thu owners pro
ueiit thu location to the public as ofl'erlns
unrltalnl advantaKe lor the successful et
tabl slinient ol commercial or nianulaetur
lux enterprises, and tho hpst locality 111 the
eountryfor proillahle Invcstiuent of capital.
.S. STAATS TAYI.OU,
C.UIIO, tt.l. .May 1st, IK7J
TUK NEW M' UKSKKVOm "STANUARB"
M'l'j! s '
Great Durability with Handsomo Designs, and Giving P
FECT SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY UY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp
012, 014, 010 and 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND BOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
O. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois. a -7 -a.
KsTZKgWlw stssw Vl
MEDICINES. TOILET ARTICLES,
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS, COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES, SOAPS, COLORS. OILS.
T7"i: sullcll ciiriri-pnndriice and onKri- fiotn Dnmnluts I'liy I Isns und Urnrral Morrs lu wan
or irools In nor liii" .-Uumlsut, riiii.tiitioii huU I sinil)' .Misllrlur L'ssra runilsln-l or.
mil ss till it I iu uii: i 'U) s ni n n siin-siiiu iiiiiq
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
74 Ol'lo Levee.
F. M. STOCIIFLBTH,
Importer and Wholesalo Doalor in
FOXU3ION ATNTP LDOM33STIO
TATines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAM) AND CALlFOIiNIA WINES.
I I "RinillH" S3f.jftm fiffs, I.UIy i-qiul tollie Umi,.',.
I PAtf6" jqUsB cMxct$o
inn T'irivrvii r ir iimiw.
il Ill's rsliUn Uill I 111 I IIHI3
I H 8TUFFS.
C AIRO KVV&VL & PRESCRTTTIO.N
I VaahiniftoD oor, Qth 35,
full Htock of
and Robinson County