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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1871.
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WIS EH AND MUUOIU.
WM. H. SCI1UTTBH,
ImMrtor nnd WholM! nentcr In
WINES, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO & CIGARS-
Agent for the la-si lirjn ' "'
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No. 75 Ohio Li:vi:f,
9fili.ariniillt.-k. CURO, II.M.NOI3.
TfEkeeps o" I'"'' constantly n full sleek of
Xl oil Kentucky Huiir(,,n. inenim l i i i ' i t i v i i
l7l Whiskies, French llraiidles, Holland (im,
Kalne and California Winn. Jui.mif r
THE BULLETIN.
Fbibat Mornino, .Irxi: '-'3, 1871 .
JOHN II. OHF.KLi, fcbif.ui am. Ilm .
I w
Tk or Till Dilll Hll.ll.TIN!
On esk, by wrier
Oo month, by r.uil
Three monthi, ,
biz month . -
One jesr,
S3
I 'J3
H 10
TU vftnal ji)xrcf Atzranler etMitltt anl of Ihf rittt of I
SSiWS?:
tain cm all mliMU of tnltml In tltf uuUle :
mlkttlarttatlinertav'wi cireuMfui. Ilm lliillt-
fin johafi iKe -atnruijiul intiUiqtnt imlirt iivl
mrtrprumg wnneu mtn.
Till DOLLAR WEEKLY IIUI.LKT1.N.
John II. Otrly A Co. inu rclucoil the nib
scrlftion price ot the Weekl) C'.nr.. Iliillotiii In
One frMar per nntmiH, unking 't Hie .'hr'niol pa
terpnUiiheJ In Southern llllnon.
Tnr. Kentucky jmlitieal tea pot is
making a dreadful noke. The contents
are boiling in a very furious manner.
THE democrats of Iowa "departed'' 1
very gracefully took the new s-lioot 1
without a grimace, and feel better now I
that the dose is down. And now the
Wisconsin democrats arc getting ready
tfl wheel into line and join the army of
the progressive democracy.
TrtE platform adopted by the Ohio
republicans is untatiiifactory and cow.
urdly. It twangs the old war harp and
skulks about the tariff in a despicable
manner. There is no frankness about
it. If the republicans succeed upon it,
if trill V.n ... r f i. t .
y n... uu.ucfuuru Men, mci.ooic is an
inefficient leader of the democracy
hie ."Sew-iork IhmU savs that
iirant is master of the situation and will
walk over the presidential course in
1872. Looking ..t tho coming presi
dential canvass from tho pie-eni .nid
point, there is rca-on Ui hvihw that
(Iran! has jilaynl his card, mi as to W
master of his own party, hut can ,o
cnintinl fti.i i I.. t r..u t ?
J (mu in iiiiiuv. tlllll anv
i'urlher in his weak and wayward coum-V
If the democracy are v.i-o ho cannot.
Mr. Ai.K...in:it If. Sti:i'iii:xs has
attached himself In U A.tlanta (da.)
Nun, and j.ropo-es to beeomu a pmles.
sional editor. . IB lMi-iirftibly
mistaken if Mr. Stophums whoisa wri
ter of marked ability, dues not prove to
be a failure im the tripod. Albert I'ike
and Admiral Femuiu., both men of abil
ity and forcible wxitors, failed n edi-tors-completely.
They wm. lfWlvv
wI pro-y. and if Stephuus U anything
el'o we t-hull wiite him down u u re
uutVable mun.
A RtfiiULWAK cnnvkutioii, l,eb hi
l'lillndf.lrilii.i flm ....r.u .1. .. i .
r... ..unruay uruve uji ui
a row, and t-everal heads were injured
vy me unekuats that now about like s
flock of pidgeons. Then- is nuthiti
surprising in this htalement. The re
pubheaus arc the party of violence and
lorce, ana tlio ab.-ence ol rowdyini
from itn councils would not be tolerited
by its membership. When a icpubli
can becomes a man of peace and hon
esty he Cn-t cools in his devotion to his
party, and, after tho hubifs of peaceful
net and hcincMy have become conirmcd
by the infiueucesofr-aeuial aild time,
naturally comes into tho democratic
party.
Tiir.eitizcns of IVoria uie deter,,,: i
tOK'curii tho cajiital for their beautid 1
little city if the task U within it. "
p m m. 1,wlu"uti'L'ratj(.
of possibility. Not fatblied with .1... i."
defeat of their j.rojeet by tlio Muxa
mob now in fCSMon at .Sjiringfiuld, tliey
propone to Mie out au injunction to pre
vent the state treasurer from paying out
any of the money appropriated by the
Btato Iioubo bill, and to carry tho ,uos.
tipn at once to tbo supremo court. They
will base their argument on tho alleged
lact that tbo Jaw is unconstitutional,' or
that the title does not tet forth every
thing contained in tho body of the bill,
mch a alterations in tbo pay of the
oomLioners, and that tbo amend.
enta were not printed as required by
the rules. Hucfc h ocrjl.ig, but in
ll,l4i.,Manofr ?V,. .n"?1'1'
.,111. .,tl.i ",u ",,t " ",,Ur-
Tin: Pail"!" Z""''' l'Iivci Hint
I should bo written nbont
Such
il,e ii-iiornUie .ii'iiersuu i-.mr,
i. .t,.. iLrnltl iisMTt.-. wound "tbo
., M II...!, ..(' .......... I
i..r....inni lur .'ir. " ".ii mm
,.l.,.,m..r:it ill tin' Milltll.' IWh! If
'die tine tli'timci-iil!! of the south have
i.... ......... ..I.. .1...: ir....!.... r..
St('ll d'-CI', HIC'l 11 111:1111111 .1IIUUIIIII1 IU1
flie venerable Mavis that they cannot
jicniiii democrats to critieUu his imlis
creel and 1'uulUh public utlurniicu.x, ie
I would mlvisc them to loec no time in
M'llin out to souiebiidy that can
the miiitliern democrat iiid"t that the
iicuiiicraiic imnv mitit reeojruixu tlio
venerable Davis and the impracticable
Tooinln and Stephens ns loaders of the
party, mi 1 above criticism, we jdiall very
tpiietly fold our political tent and find
another ttiiiiiiiui: cround Those men
aie played-out politician, who, with tho
republican?, precipitated the nation
into war and ruined tho kouIIi, mid tho
. .... i r l .1.- -I.
Miiituuo in hiiciico ucoomcs muni iniii-u
bctlcr than magpie volubility and the
J assumption of the airs of partisan dicta
tors. CltlKK-.U'sTici: Uiiahk has at last
taken his place in tho ranks of the dem
ocratic party and should receive a cor
dial welcome from every inombcr of the
organization. During tho past five
years ho has sympathised with the hen-
tiiiients of those democrats who had the
forecast to appreciate tho fact that no
.,. f,nH1.,c ! l.:1. !. .1
' ' - in uivil 11, U UUIUUlltlUJ
had anything to gain, could bo fought
on the battle fields of the past with the
weapon of dead issues. The power of
tho ltourbon element of the party, how
ever, kept him on the outside of the
democratic organization refusing him
admission unless he would stultify him-
Fell and proclaim to the world that his
past political utterances were false nnd
merited execration. Hut at the mo
ment the lamented Mr. A'allandigham
courageously proclaimed the doctrine
of a rt titrit to the true principals of the
democratic party, and left the bone of
the dead negro issue to be guarded by
the liourbons, Mr. Clmsc appreciated
the fact that the spell of the old mas
ters of the democracy had been broken
and that ihe party was wife for the fit-
turu. If the ''new departure" shall
drive from the democratic party men
like Tiiiimbs and Davis and bring to it
men like Chase it will baa blessing to
the parly as well as to the country.
VALI.ANDIC.HAM.
t :i meeting ol the citizens of Cin
cinnati, on tho l'.Hh itiht., called to take
ictioii in letravd to the death of Mr.
Vallaiuliham, the Hon. AYui.K.tiroo
bcek t-poko sis follows :
Mu. l'tiv.aiiiKNT I did not come here
with ihoextieetiition or intention of talk
tin oeiiioin nt it III ict ion - u r. 1 1 n lint
my Inclination is to-ilcnt'.', rather tlmti 1
or display. Hut I Imve eoni,. here to in,', t
witUMiu rest of ,iu, :ili,l t, mute in un
expreVmn of sorrow over lhi (.feat l
renvement l;iniiy lieieavomeiit. ,ei,il
horeaveiii, ill, horeavi'ineiit of in .State
an,, in my judgement. Iioreaveuient ,f
tlio nation -tlml Int.' fallen iij,,,n H-. We
have lost, iineH', ti dlv mid in n niot nt,-
snlihfiK-tnry manner, n dMiii''uilird anil
v.ilu idle I'ltizen, one whom I have known
in innately lor liialiy eait. Wo entered
coli-'ii :it the raine term, and nt itn i -
,-i,,n in lenmineil while 1 returned home.
I have met Mr. Vidian, li.'linm fremient-
ly in the past two mouths, aitd linvo come
jiiolly veil to titnlei.tiiml all hU view,
nnd ,laii?. I do lint priipoo tointtko par.
ly alio ion hero, lor tlii- Mow i.. felt hy
all, b it I ean my thai all his plans, with
out exception, a even hi .ipponeiu- ami
crltli. muil admil, wine t!i.,u i,f a hiave,
hom,t, alile ami patriolie jnau. 1 Know,
if Id life, o full of tieiiKtli and vigor,
had been .pared, he would have demon
Hraled to tlio eountry the integrity of hi.
purpose ami his luvo of hU .tale ami na
tion. litl I am not hero to tall,. I cannot do
jinlic to our frietKl. I am without pre
paration for Mich won.. 1 1 Is my peauiv,
in it i the duty of nil, in utli an atllictivo
vein in UiU to iiy th il w,i liearlllv reli
l.ir to lt in the liropor tribute for idl his
virtue.
Mr. CitoU'dioeU with .'I'CIlt ellllittntt end.
liniieii: cannot ,av much more. 1.1,.
uui miow what to Miv. 1 lamv hi nmbi
tion to l,u useful ; to .ervo UU conntrv
ne nut no meuu inanition. 1U m,l Kruat '
ipinlillc. mid liurboreil nollilnjr mean. I
Know it. I Know a ,xi well iu others, and
newer ihan miiie.
1 an h irdly hi, reconelled to liu lo.
If l' '"" ini.x,lical.e, iiiuati.lactory.
ll lm h,oeUe,t hU liomu I'ily, tlii citv
llieSiniuand the urn. ,
see this utiiuiliiim,, trilmto to his Known
.(.mime., ii nov. renicre.1 Into uiv iuiii
motion that .Mr. Vidlatiili-haui
'V.1. ,. 'horou-hly l.one.t in
nil tliiit he did or mid. Anvthlng mean
or ditdiouot ho would linvo thrown out of
the window ; ho would liathor tiothlh" of
the kind. . "
llndltnvor hiipHinul that an ontiidj
enemy I will not my nation had ever
toiic,cd tho lieiu of our niitlonal gnrmunt
with oil intent, vn would have soon a
Kmnd cxhihltluti of his patriotism, iltother
lljf'htint; ii'ainst Vothor Damon warrlntj
with I'ythtas wn a dilluront thin?. Hut
1 lop. I lav thU small oblation upon the
.ML-eieu iu ins inumorv, no was till
' ' l'"V" ""itl; ll(J WUB uvu" ,"orl,
' '
l'IMfKf
1 itfs-l
lAi oat Men aii'l Wmaeii
llniKectiruuley ha promlsod todeliver
"l ourthof July o.allon Akron, O,o.
iuh finiurdry (loo. JI
I'otldletoii
his family
h.lKbe,.,, I , , '. J V ,,I,S """'
l - "f," mm
l'.lll-..i. 1. 1 ..
Ho will remain
t" month.
HboutthiiUlhofAugu.t. 'UlU'L"""t
PO.U. U his mtcren , the Washington
Cs...Itol,u former partner, Don INatt.
-Although improving 1,, heaUh, Vice
prefldent (Colfax, by th,, udvleoof bin phy.
Hcian, answers m. l,lU'rs, fees but f,, v
visitors nnd none nt nil when tliolr object
Is IhisIiiom.
Mrx. Arum 1'lnee, of Portland, Maine,
Is olio hundred nnd two yenrs old. Slio U
tlio widow of u soldier who served
throughout th o revolution.
.Mies Colin Logon Kellogg, slater of
Ollvo Logan, has given up n clerkship In
Washington to accept on cdltorlnl placo
on tho Capital.
The Iroquois llepuMienii snvs : "John
AVIlon, postmaster nt lMitlo in that coun
ty, received his appointment In 1811, thir
ty yenrs ago.''
Knllicr .Montnrd, of Jackson, one of
tho most eminent Catholic prloits ot this
slntn, died nt Ann Arbor, on Saturday
night, after mi Illness of fourteen months.
AnliiMino man In Xew-York city claims
to Im tho husband of .Mrs. Fair. Husnys
ho has boon commissioned by Christ to
save her life, nnd that tho authorities of
Hun l''riiiicieo hud oll'orod to build n bridge
from that city to New-York for him to
cross.
A letter from .Saratoga, Julio 1'J, snys:
" Morris icy' faro parlor, or, hs It Is termed,
tho Uniiid l'luy Koom, is fust nppronchirig
completion. Mnurlco Doylo nod Kelly
from A. T. Stewart's, to-dny finished lay.
Ing tho French morpiotto enrpet, which
m ens u res AOO ynrds, nnd cost, including;
milking nnd laying, $0 por yard. Tho
cost of two clinndollcrs In this room was
upward of $3,000, nnd tho totnl cost of the
parlor will exceed $70,000. Tho height of
tho coiling Is 20 feet, nnd to the crest of
tho two domes 30 foot."
M'iMAHON.
TltK OIIKAT MAN WHO I)IKI) TWO HAYS
UKKOIIKT1IK DEATH OK VALLANDIOUAM.
from the Cincinnati Oatcttc.
Tho Hon. John Van Lcnr .MeInhon,
who died nt Cumberlund. Jld., on tho lGth
irisl., two days before his brother-in-law,
Mr.Vullnndli'h urn, was formerly at tho
head of tho Maryland bar. In old Whig
times ho was one of tho most eloquent of
political orators, nnd 1'rcsldont Hnrrlson Is
said to linvo ollcrcu lit in tlio choice ol any
otllco in his gift sivo one. Tho lljltimoro
American says of him :
There was a depth nnd power in his
voice that but few speakers huvo possessed.
Addressing an uudienco ol ten thotisi.ml
people In tho open air, every seiitoneo.that
tell lrom Ills lips coulU bo ilistin:tly heard.
Possessing onthuslasm and humor, and
wonderful vcrMitilltv of manner and felic
ity of expression, his campaign sieeches
wero tho ablest and most elleellvo over de
livered, llo contributed moro than any
other man to build up tho Juckson party
In Maryland, and when ho left the party
upon tho railed States Jlank ipielion, ho
dolt it many telllnu; blows. In tho cam
paign of 1810 ho took n most conspicuous
part, iloprcsldcd at the great ratification
meeting hold on tho Canton race-course,
when Clay and Webster and Predion made
speeches. It wis upon this occasion that
.Mr. .Mc.Mahon began his speeeh with the
famous sentence: "livery valley has its till,
every mountain its stream, ami In! the n va
lancnoof tho pcuplu is here! '
llo Was tho author ot a litstorv ol .Mart-
land, of which onlv one volume was pub
lished, l-'rom 1827 to lhOIt ho practiced
law in lialtimorc, but, being aillicled with
imriltu ls ol Bit-lit, rvturtiKU to uitmliei-
lnnd, his native place, in which and Dav
ton ho spent the remainder of his dnyV.
Had ho lived Im would havo'complcted his
soventy-llret year on tho lfith of August
next. He was never married. 1 lie llaltl-
more Sun relates tho following incident
illintrnline; his popularity.
"11a was nboit' twetitv-llve years ago
called upon by a lady of ('linrles county, in
this Stnte, to ilrnw her will, which lio'did,
nt her request leaving a blank for tho
muiio of tho devisee, llo was greatly a'ton
islied at tho death of the lady, not long af
ter, to learn Unit his nanio bail been inser
ted in the blank places in the will, arid
that, inuilmlratiiiu ol Ins t ilent, Mie hud
beipieatlied him her property, valued at
over fl!:,,00ll.
TliN man was an iatimnt-i friend and
great admirer of .luhu C. Ciillionn. His
relations with Kiivenly .loliri'ou were con
fidential and friendly. Over the conven
tion which nominated (icneral W. II.
Ilarri-oii lor rreidenthet hied. It wiu
in lliltl.noie, Maryland. The crowd in
ntlei dance was iinmeiise. In tiding the
convention to order he uc.l the memorable
vords ''The nation will come to order.'
-Moltki:.
Tin: nt, i Mit.nimt haniu.i;s tiik vks as
HKII.I.l'fl.l.V as TIIK swiiiiil. THANKS
ItKl tHiN Kit Klllt t'l! VIsK.
Count .Moltl.o says in a letter to tho
poet (Near Von Itedwiu, who addressed
to him lii "Ming of tin, new liertnaii Km
pirn:" To thn poet it Is permitted to bo
prodigal. Me sows with full hands din
monds and pearls, tho star of heavu ami
the Unworn of earth, and in the hiiiiio spirit
lie below hi praifcs. In this Ktn.u can
1 teccivo your song comparing tun to the
great men of the pa-t. Then,, have been
gr. at nbo in adversity, and especially in
ndvendty. Wo havo had nothing but sue
ceifc... Let it be called chance, destiny,
fortune or the ways of Providence mm
alone have not done it. Comptots so
great are es.entinlly the result ol a stale
i,t thing which we can neither create nor
dominate. Th,, excellent but unfortunate
I "pe Adrian hlld the t'ollnu'lni. ivnrih n.
graved on hi tomb : 'How dilTorout is
the action of even the bet of men aecord
ng lo the timet in which ho lives I .Moro
than once th lljt capablo has failed ow-
lug to the invincible force uf circumstan
ces while a ., capable has been carried
by It to .ucee,..' f ,. mv,()f ,..
trained nfa by n fulM, Un,l vain' tnodeslv.
i" .on.hter ,t not deserved part of tho
prai.e l.f towed on me 1 am not tho less
lldebted or them ; for Veres llli,, Vours
my Ustlote.vr tw ,, . ,
Imirhlu tilonuuieiit.
A lll'.Al. WILII s.
''"'")' Jeknir,n. IIV,;,
l.l. ': 1?'.','nl vrll,; Unit Iho
. ..... , V11U wikiiis, w ho periodically
; .ears , tho lM( l' J
" ? "'ua.iie trick,, has a.-ah, t.:i
'I'". McNairyeoat.ty.imauT ,,
h-r nook, and corners "seeKi,, v m ,
...ay devour. Tlii. time we 1,av , I !
ftu-iv tu.clail n along l.lrmito ,!,,..
that lie must have inherit,,,! fr... 'r '
h.msell. It WH be recollected that over
year ago w e published in, aecount of theUM.
ng o a peddler by om, tjuill MnllMi 1(
hard "rough, who lives on the head waters
of I'irtoy. (iulll was tried tliorofor.iuul ae.
iuuuu, ,vei, iiuootiy aver llotltilCil U iruilt
Mnco his discharge, rjuUl hits nbandoaed'
the walks ol moil, dived into thu shadowy
forest, and has becomo as wild
'March hare." Ills physical appearance ul
in striking tinUou with his habiU ol life.
II" will not work and provldo thu miml
raitnenl, yet nature, is weaving for him a
hairy covering, impervious tostorm or heat
and cheaper than the chenpost suit that was
over miidu to order." Whether tJuill nib
ids on tho herbs of tho Held is not settled,
'.vet ubuc uiduiiy.ui.11ki. 1, l. ........i.,,..
lurnod out to grass." Tho nppearanco iff
Willi In any given neighborhood produces
Ult'l it sonsntion, ospeoiitlly aiming tint fulr
sex, to wlueli hu tuotiis not unwilling to
unbooni,lilmsolt unit n tele unfold. What
eor may ho tho fuels in lids pscullnr enio
n il not strange Unit tho murderer, nl-
tbouch ncnnlted nt tin, tmr .,r . it. i
Jutieo, can tlnd no aolnco In aocioty. nnd
woods? Truly "th0 Wny of Ul0 1 .
gressor is hnrd."
BSrTho BovcrnmoritofihoSult.in tnkes
great umbrngonttho Greek covommcr.t,
nnd refuses to rccoivo Mr TrccoupU ns
nmhnssndorfrom tho Hellenic government.
Tho l'orlo's reasons for this Mm ihnt n,n
now nppolnteo was Foreign .Minister of
urot co during mo urcinn robolllon, nnd
ho Is thought to havo sympathized to
somo extent with tho Cretans, llo that as
it may, Turkey might do worso than for
got bygones. If tho government is
going to feel nnnoyniico nt Its neighbors on
every possible occasion wo think It will
havo nn exrcllont opportunity to grntlfy
such n propensity In the no vcrydlstnnt
future.
teay-Aii auctioneer, at a sale at Now
Haven, recently, produced a statuette of
"Tho lireok Slave, ami said, "How, gen
tlemen, how much am I otl'crcd for this
beautiful Madonna!'' Applause followed.
I'OI'.VIIIIV AM) MAC1IINK SHOP.
I.& K. UHKKNWAIil).
FOUNDJtY AND MAUIIIN'K SHOl1
STKAM KNOINKS, HOILKHS,
C'Ol'l'KK AMI, SlIKKT IltO.V WoKK.
No. 248 East Pearl Street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
WATCHMAKER.
I'HACTIOA h WATCIIMAKKH.
H. lloUPT,
NO. ISO WASHINGTON AVENUK,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
lln on htiml
A PINK STOCK OK WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JKWKI.ltY, KTC.
1'iirtlcuhir nttrnlinn given to
KKI'AIItINO PINK WATCH KS.
The larKot xluck nf
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l Tin: in.
COMMISSION AMI KOIIWAHIIIMI,
CLOSK tV V IN CUNT,
G JON FAX AL COM .MISSION
.M MUCH A NTS,
AM,
DIE A-XjIERS XjIIvIE!
Ckmknt, 1'i.astkii I'Altl.s,
IM, ASTKll KH'.S II A I 11,
Comer Kitchlli Nlrrrl ami Oliln Ivcs-,
CAIKO, Ibb.
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ci k. Kit al cor.Arissiox
SMi
rOKWAltmNO .M KUCHANTH,
AMI
DKALKIIS IN VWVll, CORN,
Oats, Hay, etc.
M H0 I.K.VK.K, CAIItO, IMA
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G ION URAL COMM ISSION
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Flour, Meal, Bran,
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Forwarding and Commission
MKKOHAN'TS
AM.
WHAUF-IIOAT PHOlMtlKTOKS,
CAIItO, II. I..
VfkC22a,l.il,Hriil AihanccH made U"in,cS3V
V""-?!. Cnnlniiii'iils. "TSZrty
Ale rcinr'il lo receive, tre and ferHnrd
lielithtM In nil ,ilntHii, lai) and
sell on coniinlsslon.
"llillliess atteinlnl In iroinptly,
WOOD UITTKNHOUSI
(ueeessr ol ,yr, Co.)
F LOU 11
AMI
fioneral Commission Merchant
i:i:i OHIO I.KVHi:,
I'-viitn, Ii.mnoi.s.
LOI.I.KIll'.S.
111(111 KDHCATION.
IlKLLMUTII COLLEGE.
Hoard ninl Tnilinii, per nuniiiii j
0 IK)
HKIJiMIJTH LADIKS' COIJiKGK
iiivui'iuti:ii tv n. i, ii, ruiMT, aetmcr,
Hoard and Tilltlsll, per aillillli, iM 00
I'resldeot-Tlie Very It. V. 1. IWIIinutli. lb P.,
, Deau of Huron,
For ii tleiilan, apply to Major Evana, London,
- .
UllT lATKUPUISK.
liKOAIs KNTKUl'ItlSK.
SIOOOOO
GIFT FESTIVAL,
In aid of n Public I.lhrnrj',
AT OMAHA, NKIJ11ASKA.
ONLY 110,000 TIOKKTN IS A I.I,.
.Tunk"307i871.
Tlckf ( Two Hollar Cnrli-Ilnlvcn One
Hollar Kaeh.
DJTThis i-iilorprlse will b" eondiict'd In rc
rlcl nlmll.ir nmniwr lo tlmtorihe lst Ormel
(lift Concert of the Jlpreantlla Mlirary AMiirln.
lion, of Han Krnncl'Cn, uhlcli gnvo "iich iinlersnt
sntUfjictioii.
OiieClinm elii V.vvry Thirty. High t.
I Cb.Ii (lilt..
1 Cash (Sin...
I Cash (Hit..
i ca.h dirt.,
1 Cmh Hilt..
1 Csl, (lilt..,
1 Ctixh (lift..,
1 Cash Ctrt...
t Cii.h UIU .,
1 Cash (lift..,
I C,lh UIR
1 Cash (lilt..
I Cash (Hit .
1 C.lh (lifl..
1 Cu-h (111!..
, ir,,(j
i io,is)
, ft.nou
. :i,sr
!!,()ll
l,(KJ
l,(")
1,'SIO
l,,s,
l.KSl
,.. 1,IO
1,0,10
- 1,(K
1,(S
.. 7..KM
..
... V
.. 2,1
,.. n.niu
,. a.ftou
, 10,0110
1.1 CiihIi (I fix, t' eneh...
in i'isii uills, -i.il mrn
W Cull (lirtf. leo i'ch
M Cii'li (lilL, U) fuel,..
ni :,,!, (iirtx, :m "h
100 (!:lh(lm, 2. lrli
10NI Cnn (lifts, in cneh..
,X,Mli (llft, A pkcIi..
,(
2110 (lifts, iiiiiiitmtlnx to tIU),(KS)
Which will Isj ,ltril,ul'il ,jr elmneo uniong th
tlekot holders, l,y the Mutind Aid Assovlation ol
Umnliit
KtrtntN in M. It. llrix k, U.S. MrsliiI'i of!ie",
Unnilei: Kdtr Z.ibrisklc, Into Union l'm'lflc Kail
rond otlk'p, Uniahui J. Tuinpr, Deputy II. H. Mr
thal, Oinnlmi ,1, IoIr. l'ostolllce, (imnha, Neb,
udire A. I.. 1 lur vev, Magnolia, Ills.
;, I rr,onsltlc Kgvnta wants,!. Liberal com
Inl.slon allowed, forfiill partleulura addres,
I.YFUKP A CO., llusines, Manager.a
Omaha, Netiraika.
IIUL'NK MOVINU.
1IOUSK MOVING.
JAMES KENNEDY,
riMrrifiL
1IOUSK MUVKH AND IMJIhDKH
Is piepnrcd In do all kind of
HOU.SK MOVINO, HOUSK UAISINO
AM,
IlKi'AIUINO (IK KVKIIY KKSCItlPTIOX
IIV Till. HiP"t l:l ' ,Ml l.r. HUMS.
OIlDr.ltS left al the resilience i, Mr. Kei.iie.ly.
on Ontt-r street, neM dnor lo Iho new school
house, f.r addressed lo the car of I', it. Itox IK;
or Ihe Itllllellll oltiee, Hill r.lelle prolll,l nllen
lien. i.k;ai.
A D.M INISTHATOU'S NOT It' K.
K-tata nf Svolt While, decens.',!.
rpilh undersigned haiiii!' Ihcii ai,xiintd Rie.
J. eillrlx of the ln.t)lll and te-tmnent of He., It
U liile. late ol Ihe eonnlv of Alrxnder and Htnte
of Illinois, ilte.ised, hereby gives nolle,, that
he h ill appear l,efnr.. IIih County Court of Alex
ander coiinly, at tl, Penult Iioush in Cairo, Illin
ois, al the August term, on the third Monday in
Align. i n, 'Xi, Hiumcn nine mi parsons riuving
clalnii auainst nld estate arnotille4 and reoiient-
e,t to uvuUv,l fui iho purpose of haring U, saiiii
adjustej. All pnnona In'lel.tcl tosald ittr are
rp,uatd to make umnedlate payment to the nn
drralgned.
Htleil ILIs -llH Hay or Jimr, A. 11.18,1.
ltOMV WHITE,
Kxeeutrlx of fotl White, deeeased.
( I reen It Clltieit, Attorne)s. Jew7l
KXKCUTOHS NOTICK
Eitate of Michael fiaunon, deceased.
The melersiL'neil Imvlnir I if en annolntcd Ear:.
titor of the last will and testament of Michael
(Unnon, tale of tho County of Alexander, and
Muto of Illinois, deceaaed, hereby gives notice
in il ne win appear ociore ine cuuniy court ol
Alexander cnunly, at the court house in Cairo, at
the July term, on tho 3d Monday In July next, i '
which tune all persons hating clalma against sal
estate lire notified and requester lo atteuil lor
me purposp of navinc iuh same aujusieo. an
persons, indebted lo said estate are r,iieto,l f"
inal.e iuimi-illata payment to tho undersigned.
I'llleil HUH .sail nay oi nny, a. 1'. in, i,
jelw'.t JOHN CROWI.KV, Kxcoilor.
iastku'.s"salr!
State o Illinois, Alexander County, . In In.
Circliil (Vinri of Alexander County,
M'Oeuel mh.iis layior uiei r,,iwm rursous, i ros.
lees ot th" Cairo City Properly, vs. 'rhniiiiis II.
Kill' and Henry II. Kills, Hill In enfurf Ven-
Public notiee Is hereby ijlvrii that In nur-liaiiee
nta decree entered of record in the i,Ik,k en ti
ll;, 1 cause III said court on the third day of.M.irch,
A. I'. 1STI, I, John (J. llarm.in, Master In Chan
eery for said court, mil. on Friday, the :tOih day
of .lime, A. I. IsTI, ut the hour ol II o'clock n.in.
of s.ini dai, M-II nt public aiictien to the highest
ladder, fur cash, at , he door ol the Court House,
Iiilheclly ot Cairo, in Kild county the follouiiiv
de-cribcd red estate situate In Ihe county of
Alexander ami Mate nt Illinois In.uil; l.nts
numbered (si elk'tit. CD nine. 10 ten. I 111 eleien.
and l' twelve iu block ninnnered three (.i; in the
tlrst add'tiou to the city of Cairn in the county of
Aleian lor and Htnle ol Illinois, Ingether u Hindi
and singular Ihe tenemenU nnd lieredirainents
theieiinto Indongiug. I A deed ot conveyance
Hi l,o exeeuteii mine nurcnaser on trie nay ot
sale.)
jui'. i .i.iu.iiti.i, ..in-ier in l,ii!i,i,' rr.
Cairo, His., June 7th, 1871.
MASTER'S 8ALK.
Ht.itc o' lllinoia, Alexander Coifhly, as. Alexan
der County Circuit Court.
Samuel Shutta Taylor and Edwin Parsons, Trns.
tecM ol tue i.niro i.iiy rroperiv, vs. nomas ii.
Kill, and Willllam II. Merrchtli. Hill to en
luree Vender's Linn.
l'liblie notice is hereby uiven that In tuirsnance
ol a decree entered of record in the bIsdvb enti
lied can. e la said court onthe third day of March,
A. Il . 171. I. John O, llariiian. Master In Chan.
eery tor said court, will, on Friday, the .10th
nay o June, A. 1'. ten. ai inn uour oi i.-oeioeK
iii ol said day sell at public, auction to tho high.
ot bidder, tor cash, at Iho itnor of I lie Court
House, la Hie cliy ol i.airo, I.I shiii couniyu.e
IoIIoumil' describe, I real esiaie situate in l ie
county of Alexander ami Htate of Illinois, to-wit :
l.oia numnercn nvn (.) six ,,, nun seven 1.1) in
block numbered 'luce (3) In the tlrst addition lo
the city of Cairo In the county ol Atexnndor and
cuiie oi Illinois, logtiuer wiiii nu nun lingular
thu teeuineulH and hereditament, thereunto be
longing. (A deed ol ennruvnnen will be executed
lo the purchaser on the dii of sale.
JOHN l. HAHMAN, Master In Chancery.
Cairo, Ills., June 7th, 1S71.
-MASTEH'S SALK.
Statu of Illinois, Alexander County, as, Alixaadei
Cuiiily Cliciilt Court.
Hainuel Klants Taylor and K,lln 1'arsons, Trus.
Iee ol the Cairo City l'ro)crty vs. Thomas II
Ellis, Hill to cntorce Vendor a l.ien.
l'liblie notice Is hereby uiven that In pursuance
ot a decree entered of record in tho above entl.
lied cause in said curt on thu third day of .March,
A. I, 171, I, John (J. II, inn, in, Master in Chan
cery fur said couit, Mill, on Krldsy, thu iiotli day
of June, 18,1, at Ihe hour of lo o'clock, a.m., ol
said day, si II at public auction In the highest
iihlder, or cash, at the di.or of the Court House,
in the city nfC.iiro, in said cnutity, tho fnllnwijg
described teal estate, situatl in tho county ol
', Alexander und Mate of Illinois, to. w lit J.ots
. nii'iihereil Neven 171 and chiht (HI iu block num.
bered mealy-four (JI), also all that portion ol lot
iilne(U) In said block uiiinbered tHentv.foiir (J 1 1
luihu (1J) feet six ( inches wide and .'si II fly
feet long abutting nnd joining upon said lots num.
bered seien (71 and eight () ingether tilth all thu
lights diva) and pissngo to 711, street in tho city
or i.'airo, Illinois, over ana noun nun portion o
said lot numbered nine ('Jl lying nnd Udng be
tneen that nnrtluiiuf same lot eonvevod tiv com
plaluuut In defendant and lot numbered ten in
ml 1 block numbered tuonly.four (21), ihe portion
of lot numbered nine tlj conveyi'd ni iiloresald
being formed by ll division of wild lot Inugitudl.
iiully and extemling from Buvenlh street in said
City ol Cairo to Ihe southeastvvardly lino of said
lol numbered sei en (7) produced southwesterly
nil ol aild lands iliiatolnthe.oity of Cairo, oounly
of Alexander anil btato of Illinois, together with
all and singular Hie leiieiaeiita and hereditauients
thereunto belonging, (A deed ofronveyonnu will
bo executed to tlio purchaser on the day of aale..
jour. w. UAllMAN, Hosier iu unaucery
Cairo, .llli., Juno 7tti.lS7l.
UlNItlNU.
TJINDINO and ruling done in a rirsl-claaa manl
ur in ins ouueiia miiaary. Tina uepari
inrnt la complete, ami now fully piepard for all
kinds of woik Iu the btadlug Hue.
INMVHANC'R,
W. II, MOKRIC,
11, 11, CANUKK
No.l'uli, niidl', H. Com.
Nidary Public,
i:rsrsxj:R,:E i
F1HK, IIUIiL, OAHOO, LIVK STOCK,
AUOIUKNT, lil FK,
1 1ST SITRA DtT G IE I
KT.VA, IIAnTFOIlH,
Aet4 .
'.,'.n,.'4H 7
NOHTII AMKIIK'A, l'A.,
Asset 2,7k1,oi no
UAItTFOItli, CONN.
Asjets....
I.VIO 72
l'lKK.NIX, HAKTFDItli,
AMcf. I,7sl,ll1 hil
INTKttN ATKIN A L, N. V.,
As'ds. l,:i.VI,3'lS 17
PUTNAM, HAftTFOItll,
Awet" 70C,'IJ7 (i
CI.K V KLA Nil," (J. K V KI.A Nl,
A" HV.M Ss
HOMB, COLUMIHIM,
Assets Wtft .i
AMKItrCAN CKNTItA 1 MU,
Assen U'),t"i (ii
CONNKCTK.'UT MU1UAI. I.IFK,
Asset i,,i,,iii ()
TIIAVKLKIlV, HAIlTKOIHl, I.IFK AMI
ACCIDKNT,
Aets l,VO,(sil (si
KAII.WAV I'AhSK.NdF.ltH' ASfUKANCF.
CO., HAKTFDItli,
As.ets ii,isn ri
INtlKI'KXIIKNT, IIOITON,
Assets r.io.si.i fj
KAl-'KOIlD, MOHIUS A UANDKK,
71 Ohio l.etcc.
City National ll.ink, CAIItO, II, I,.
FIRE AND MA RINK
SkHFAMKSl
NIAOAKA, N. V.,
Assets II.FtC.ilC 'it.
(IKKMANIA, .V. V.,
Assels l,(.s,7JI 7
HAN'IVF.K, N. V.,
Assets tli'.fif.l i
nRi'UHl.ir, .v. v.,
Assets 7H.'ri'. Ki
Comprising Ihe tlndirwriters' Agency.
YONKKKS, N. V.,
Aasets e7s,r.l 1
ALBANY CITV,
Assets m,m 2i
KlllKMCN's FtlMfi, S. F.,
Assets Ws.oi i
KF.OUKITV, N. Y. MAItl.S'K,
Assets.. 1,(1.', xl l ll
STOHK, Dwellings, Kiiriiilure, Hulls and Car.
goes, insured at rales ns favoi.ible as sound,
M-rmnnent security 'alii warrant.
I respectlully ask of the citixens of Corn, a
shite ol their pilioiuife.
v. s. iii'cur.s,
If Oltiee at First National lHuV.
I'l'ltMICHi:.
IS. H. IIAHHKLIi,
DEALER IN FURNITURK
tJUKHN.SWAKK,
iioy.su ruuNi.siuNo oooivi,
HAlt FJXTUUKS,
(!I,AS.SVAKK,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
IMMIUHANT TI:Ui:TN.
I N.MAN LINK.
Liverpool, New-York nnd I'hil.idelphli
Steamship Company,
cm a roMKici niTii r.viTrn sttm am, iikiti.ii
I'.OVI kNMI NTS
For Carrying the Mnils.
FOR I'AS.S.uTk TICKKT.S
OK I I STUIII IMIIIIM ltl"K
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALK, Aot.,
inollroadiiny, New Vork, or lo
II. II it ii 1 1
i!l Wnshlngton Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
IMMH1KAXT TICKKT.S
Fon salk, von salk,
FOR HALK.J ForrHa!elFOU HALF,
Fnro from Livkiii'ooi,
Fnro from Londondkiihy,
Fnro from (Ii.ahciow,
Fnro from Q,uf.f.N!tovn
TO CAIKO, ; t : : t t t t $18,2 0
Katl'ord, Morris A Candce, Agents.
PA11KKH & ULAKK,
nr.ALr.us in
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, OILS,
WINDOW (1LASS and PUTTY,
liniUSIIEK,
WALL PAPKK, WINDOW SIIADKS
1)6 OHIO LKVKK,
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
1,1 FK IN'NIIHANCK.
I N T ii I i KST-1 ' AY l N t i l'LA N.
. new nnd now) system nt Life Insurance lei
ccntlv Introduced by the
MISSOURI MUTUAL LIF15
OK NT. I.Ot'IN.
1 1 v Ibis svslem. Lite Insurance I. fill His, led St
as little eost ns by the usual hhilis, nnd Ihe pot.
ley led !er reeehes nn nnnilal interest ol s.ivcii
lajr cent, upon all the money pud l,y him In lie'
Ciuiluiiy ; Ids annual piciiiiuuis thus enrmtnr
nun us iiiucii nsn f;oieri,iiu,ui isinu.
Tim plnn his Im-c-ii tlinroiihly crillcl'e.l and
fully Indorsed by (he mosl eminent m ill me ,
mid skillful mathematicians lull," land indee..
lllmsiiotyelb.cn (I,,. subjict el unlaloisl J.i
iiientioii luiiiiy respect.ilde ,iiailrr.
(tlliep nf iho Company,
NOItrnWKsT CilltNKIt FOUIilll ANIXH.IVF
ST. LOUIS, .MO.
AKTHUli II. IIAKUKTT, President.
IlKNJ. Wll.LIAMK, Secretary.
lt.ii.L- hiyh In the list ol sound, thrifty Westerr
Life Companies.
It has ampl,. capital tti'U.
It has a.., .(s mure ll,. in eiiii(li In cover Jl Ills
lialiilllles in additlo.l tn the capital.
It has one hundred thoiii.ind dollars deiwsitiM
with theHl.iteof Missouri as u pfrpelual gnat.
alllee to its s)iev holders.
It hasconiplied fully with Hip new liasnl the
."late, which are ,Ulte as exactinKand more mil l
lyenforred than thosuf Kisteru rilales.
It Invests Its funds In the West, amenc; lt,
people from whom they are received.
Its ui.inaeincnt Is vigorous, skillful nnd sr,i
denl.
Its annual Income fmui the Interest fdone
alrtady more 1 1, nil siittieleut to pay Its losses.
It Issues policies upon Iho ordinary life and en.
low tuent plans, at the same rate as other tint,
class companies.
The policy holders receive nil Ihe profits lu an
nual dlv idends.
Tim stock hulders ran receive only ten ,s-r
cent, of Interest on their capital, by Ihe lewis is1
Hie charter.
Thoaniiunl dividends lo (mlley holders ale ah
ready greater than many old Knstern Compainia
havo ever ln-ennble to pny.
The .State of Illinois paid let year nlilit loi.r
uillllondollaralor Life Insurance.
Why send nt much money out ol II. State-.
nay to New Vork an I New Holland for an article
that may le produced Just as cheap' v (or 11,010 s'o
nt home T
WOOIt A LOW,
aartCslanll AstenU lit l'lrn.
IIAMCS.
1'Tr'sT N ATI UNA L JiA N li
o r v 1 it o.
IIA.MCI. Ill'ltO, President i
IKiHIIliT W. Mll.l.r.lt, Vi.e 1're.ident
C N. Ht'lllliy, Ca-hler.
COI.I.F.OTIONS PltOMPTI.Y MADK,
I.VXCIIANdi:. coin. banV nnl.-- and l'n:tel
J Males , cm, In . U,uKbt an.l .old.
liileresl AIIuhiiI iii Time I)rMill.
KNTERl'RISK SAVINGS
Byv.3sric.
lllll'lci-cil lilrli:il. I Soil.
orrn r in
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIIIO
m ricn.-:
A. I! HtlToilH. President ,
S . TAM.dlt, Vlce-I'n .i.lenl ,
W. lO.Ldl', f.s-rel in -in t I renurer
wmctor-
I'. W. Hikci i, Cms (xiiuiiia,
I'. M. Si.n 1.1 1 kru, P111. (i N 111 ii,
II M. Ci wis.tiuv, W I' lliiillnl,
.1. M. I'uiiiii-s.
llt-insllK ni' iin Ann, mil Itccelv'Hl Iruin
I'll 1 I'lllH I 11IIIIS.
INTI'.Iti; .'1' pud on ,lei,.,sa ni the rate ol su
pe-cint. -Hr uniiinii. .Maicli Kl.-.icl .-epleu,
l.r Isl, Interest not Millelrauil Is added llullle
do.lel) lo I be prilieipll of the ,lei.ls, then b,
K'loo: lliem eoinioiiini in,, id
MAItlllMt WOMC.V AMI ( 111 I.I'HKS M A V
HKl'IMT MIINHV
Si, Til IT NO ON r. I UI CIN t.UVH IT.
Opencicr) business ,l., from '1 n.tn. lo .1 p.m.,
nn,! F.iiiudii, evcuiiiK lr H.WI.MI KlU'lrillS
only, lrom 0 m s 0 emeu.
nuJ,f W. II V.-tl.OI', Treisiirer
TIIK CITY NATIONAL
l'A 1 It O II.I.INOIN.
CAIMTAI,-
aiiin 11
oiiiciks:
W. I'. IIAI.I.IIUV, I'lcident;
A. ILHAI'I'llltl), Cishier,
i AI.'I'Kh IIVHI.OI', Assislinl C-is'ner.
lUKICTIIIIS !
u. ..o ','.,,.. Ilm:, IIT ll. Cam Mill i
rami Willi 1 , W. I'. IIaiiiku,
liiu. I. Wiiiiixkun, Siiiiiin Hum,.
A, lb Him, mu.
i:xrliiuiK, 'ln mill I'lilH'il SUHrt
Itnml llnu nil I ami Sold.
- i.-i14I'i receiveii. nnu n eencr 11 ,p.,h,...,
1 9 1. 11.,, less ilone.
I OA I, AND 1VOOO.
F; M. WAJtl),
WOOD AND COAL
.MEUUHANT.
O M. WAHD is prepared to deliver thebei
J; . Fire wooa nnu nioiie voui
IN ANV I'AltT OF TIIK CITY,
And in any quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DEL1VKKKI) at $1,50 i-k.b ton
ComuiercUU wieaue, Uec6it

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