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ArniL W, 187J.
T7ai or im liaur Hen mi
i in moith. by r.wll -
nn",.iR TTKKKLT BULLXT1K
i.k- if oberlr A Co. hate reduced lti nil'-
MMstTotVrii'M of th Weekly Ctro Hulletia to
M'r'nln' molting ii we rneape.i r'
Odd Fellow cEt.r.nnATio.v were
general throughout tlio count ryyerilny.
Ow. Grant, H-..),lngl..n IcUtr
Tb SmkhoTgov. Falmkk which
pjred In Ue column yesterday, I
iijnly'poken of hy U the liberal repub
lican paper in thu Hate.
The dreadful intimation l mnJo
that Disraeli, the ox-prcmler of Groat
Britain, makci apecchw in tlio hoiie of
common while lie ! very drunk.
Tbli opinion U correct, hut Hecohcr
rouit beware. He will have Morton or
Ilarlan Informing him hortly lliat lit- It
howlng " oppoiltton to Grunt.'
It i helikvkd that tlio pope und
Fathor Hyaclntho aro About to bo recon
ciled. This it itrnngo news nnd points to
the giving up of nil on one ido, or nmo
The Illinois State Uegiater ' I: oii
giged in a pen and ink. conflict with thu
Chicago ' Times. ' Both of these new pa
pers want to nominate the nominee of the
Cincinnati convention beforo hand. They
do not agree on tlio ihiiic gentleman
hence tho wordy war.
Radical NEwtr a rtKH which ure trying
hard to citablish them chargo that Curl
Schurz it a defaulter to the government,
item to forget that a similar chargo whs
made against Grant lust year, hut that un-
Uk. that against Schurz, It wa found tn
be tru, and Grant paid tho money.
Ax advertisement in a Now-York pa
pear advises sore hends bound to Oincln
natt to procure a bottle of "VVolcott's piiin
paint and make a few applications, when
a cure of their wounds is warrnnted. This
ia likely. The wounds of tho liberals
there arc any, are only on tho surface,
and will yield to simple remedies. Tho
radical party will find its disease vital
and the Philadelphia convention will be
the beginning of the fatal relapse.
IIesrt Vi'akd Ueecueh, In tho
Cnruttan Union, speaking of the
condition of tho South, say:
. - . ntv mat con oo rcnucrcd
' to Ibe Southern people politically Is to
Met them alone. Disabilities should he I
swept away at a blow. There should
be no more federal interference with lo-
cal affairs. Political salvation for tho
'South can only come through her own
SOUEDOOV OUGHT TO READ the Chicago
'Tribune' and the Chicago 'Times' a les
son. These journals both profess to be
working In the liberal harness, though
tbiy differ and quarrel for the most
triCing causes. A few of the sermons
which have been preached about the "sac
rlllce of opinions," etc., they might take
boae to themselves with profit. Practic
ing is better than preaching Just now. In
tbeoutsetof thecampalgn It a poor llmefor
democratic and liberal republican news
papers to wranglo about trifles of little
Importance at any time, and of no conse
quence in the world at present.
who'by loll and sacrifice nnd blood, put
'down tho slaveholder' rebellion, will tec
to It in November that this new rebellion
meets the same fate as that headed by
'Toombs arid Taney." This may or may
not be a throat, but the rlrit of It Is sufll
clcnlly manifest to ihow thu light in
which lionet opposition to (Irani Is re
garded by his h!lnd.followcn. I'orruerly,
It was considered n privilege of Amerlcun
citizen? to oppose anybody for president,
even though he had held the oflleo fur ono
term, If they were so minded. Now, oppo
sition to Ornnt Is "rebellion'' nml mii't
he put iIowimis other rebellion have hecti
Sooner or later, tho people tmit have
risen agntnst tho ururp!itlonof the Grunt
government, but every sign in the political
sky, proves that they hnvo not icolvcd on
their proteit a day nor an hour tun con,
A house iuvidcu Hgulnil ifelf inu-t
fall. In an Inlertlew with Col. K..niey
recently, n correpondenl rl the New
York 'Herald' was informed by that dl-
linguished gentleman that the nomination
Of Hnrtratift In Pennsylvania ''was hunt
'unfortunatu; as greatn blunder u. could
Mmvo been made, so fur as keeping party
' lines intact Is concerned. Hut the dlas
'ter, If to It shall prove, will have hoi-lf. et
'ujioii tho state election it will in no wise
'affect the voto wc shall give for Grant."
In thin way the radicals iiltemp) t bolster
up their hopes against the day of defeat,
but they ore opposing thainselvc. to fit to
In Pennsylvania. This Utter of t Is cor
respondent icfcrrtd to above which ap
peared in Ihi! 'Herald' of the "Otli Iti.tntit
"All ilium: thu Pennsylvania line. I'roin
Philadelphia to PittshuiL', and iiiiuii all
tho nutpotls, tlic picket political (Iritis' has
all at onco becoino so brik and dctermcd
to the opposing political cnmp ni to
uavo ifuuueniy developed in tun gram!
army of Grant administration men ti feel
ing ot something like milieu expectation
that tho annroiichiiii: convention at Cin
cinnati inav result l.i Rometl'iiiL' much
more formidablo than wusiit 11 ret expected.
This critical attitudo of tlio keystone state
lias come to tlio front thus Middchly, of
course, in consequence of thu unpopular
ity of the recent gubernatorial nominations
and the manner in which it was brought
about toiitcu upon tlio partv. Jsverv
republican paper in the state, not owned
or subsidized by tho Interests that af
Icctcu tlio nomination ot llartranft, Is
outspoken in denunciation of tlio conven
tion as a furco from beginning to end, os
not a convention at all, out n parody upon
the very name, an insult to thQintelll-
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1872.
Our Homo Advertisers.
on tins sldo or bottom up, It will right A. K. Itlee, Wuterbiiry; linn. (.'. 8, Fen
Itself in an instant. This statement might sciidon, Stamford; Hun. David A. Wells,
teem doubtful ton man of oeiffaring ex-1 Norwich, and others. A considerable dn'o-
. 1 f... .1 . . I 1 . . f .. . tt . . r ... .
cenco and character of tho remiblicnns of
I'ennsyivaiila, a Iraud upon the voice of
tne people. All too best elements or '.tie
party aro catching up tint cry which thu
career of Tammany started In New York.
"rut not your tru't In nominating con
All the bitter feelim; Is due to the fact
of his nomination having been
sprung upon tho party In the
interest oi me personal rule, wincli
hat long been too powerful in tho stato,
depending upon h long purc for Its suc
cess, and which long years of triumph
httVB made ull but ai bold and iiimudetit
in its u!iscriipiiloiitw..M n wii the late
Doss Tweed himself.
i ennsylvunia goc, so goes the Un
ion. The president's party itself concedes j
that the stato is lost to the nominee of tho
party ost through tho dissatisfaction
of its " best elements" with the action of
the state convention, a convention made
up purely of Grant republicans. The op
position, then is an opposition against the
Grant republicans and not against their
candidate for governor. The liopo that
tlio disaffected republicans will voto
against tho Grant men in October und
with them in November, la founded on
sand aud will bo swept away by the storm
of popular sentiment which has now com
menced to gather.
perletice, but an inspection of thu boat
Will roriiovn mi f ki iiichmi.
The specimen now building nl South
Boston is twenty feet lorn;, live feet ten
Inchca wide, and two feet deep at the
beam. Tho material used Is No, lei gal
vanized sheet Iron, which i lapped and
double-riveted with n strip of tape cov
ered with wlilto lead before riveting. Thi
mokct tight work, but thu seums aro
shouldered inside to 'make assurance
doubly sure. The floor timber' of the
boat a'ro iron, as light Is consistent with
proper stiffness. The sides are prevented
Irom spreading or collapsing by tin
thwart, in winen rcx;ci me limine oi
tlio sheet Iron Is also of service. The bot
tom of the boat is nearly tint, the d'd
rise being three fourths of an inch
The explanation ol thu action of tho
boat Instantly righting Itself is in the lo
cation of its principal nir-ctinmbers. The
how and stem are ol tho same shapo nml
arc higher above tho water than tlio waii-t
ofthe'bont. A bulkhead of sheet iron is
inserted two ami a half feet from the stern,
and tho stern und tho inclosed spaces
are covered or decked over with the same
material. In this way two air-chambers
are obtained, each o! the cubical capacity
of two ordinary hog-head. Below the
gunwale on the outside of the boat an air
chamber is constructed on each side, exten
ding foro anil aft, Tlioi! urn technically
termed "butles," and any ono familiar with
thu ar'.iclu ot female wearing apparel
known by the same name will get an idea
of their shape ami appearance. They are
of the same material ns the ret of the
boat sheet iron and ure supported
Inside, to prevent collaping, by ttirrings
of oak. Beneath tho tloor ot thu 'taniling
room is another air-chamber, extending
from one bulkhead to the other. As the
center ot gravity of the boat Is at or be.
low the water line, thu lifting power of
these larger nir-cliainbers at thu ends and
sides l always sutllcieiit to throw the boHt
rlnht side mi when in the water.
Tlio bailing process is carried on throgh
apertures in the lottoin of tho bout. 'VUvm
aperture' aiu four in number, and aru
scpiaro openings, six by eight inches.
Tliey nro furnished with" "double-clack"
valve. The valves or clnck open down
ward, nnd each Is so constructed as to bu
of Itself a llltlu air chamber. The valve
box is titled tight into thu aperture throimh
tho boat nnd fastened with screw, and
thu upper sidu of tho valvu when idiut is
nun, or nearly so, with the floor
of tho standing room. When tho boat i-
full or part full of water, tnu uction of
gravilatloii(iponthl water in-idc thu boat,
or, what is thu same thing, the counter ac
tion of thu confined air in the air cham
bers, opens thu valves and the water flow
out, or the boat lifts itself away from the
water. When thu boat U cleiir tho little
air-chamber under each valve forces the
valve back Into place, and. u nid above.
the men uro once more drv-shod.
rhu superiority of this Im-hI may be
partly inferred from the fact that, while
the legulatlou llfu-boul heretofore In use
oro required to havo u buoyancy or eight
niiniireu pomiu, tlil boat lias a buoyancy
of forty-tlvo hundred pounds, "it Is
adapted for fix oars, nnd will seat twentv-
four persons. Forty-eight person'' weight
upon it U suflicient to till it with water.
but by tho uo of life-lines, which are
hung with cork buoys along the out'idu
of tho bout, sevouty.flvo persons may
cling upon them and bo kept from pinking.
If the boat were tilled with water, tho
i vnlves being fatened. her trunwulc would
still oe uvo inehe above the water on the
Aside from the ordinary service of
iiic-ooats it is obvious tbat a tender tor a
yacht, constructed in this manner, might
prove invaluable in some emcrireneiej.
There will bo n public exhibition of this
bout at South Boston in n few weeks,
when she will be put to various tet in
gallon willgo to Cincinnati from thli'tate.
I.itd.k Bock, April IM.Dr. .lohn
Kirk wood, heading tho liberal delegation
for Cincinnati Irom thi Mate, left to-day
to be pre'ent at the convention,
OMaiia, .pri.l St. A large morilng of
German republicans was held this eve
ning. .1. BerlH, editor of it Germrn republic-it.
paper, nnd Dr. Tlintna B.tngoi
woro elected delegates to Cincinnati.
The German element of the Into U a unit
on I he subject of reform.
I UK I.1TTI.K KESTUOKIA.V,
No. V! Ohio levee, is Me lee wln-re
tlo-v keep the fri"!i't fish nnd game, and
'.he llbest wines, llo,UoH and cigar, to be
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty
flvo cent-. Open day nnd night, at all
hours. .1. K. P.utK, Proprietor,
lirioti, D ivi iV Co., "11 " Weston
holm" Knive.. 4-17'Jw
KXTKNSl VE PHEPABAT10 N S
California, v,hlch sends to tho East,
gold, silver, wheat, wool, silk, wlno, and
fruit, has commenced to tend a supply of
butter lw. Last week, a shipment of
eutter arrived in New Ycrk city from
an, Francisco. It was made in dairies
nd put up in two jwund rolls,
wrapped in a cloth saturated with
trine, and packed In cases holding from
itxty to ono hundred rolls each. After
the packing was completed, a strong brine
waa poured over tho butter. Tho lot in
question, which had been twenty-two days
ot the way.ln.ttad of sixteen as had been
calculated on, wa found to he perfectly
fresh and tweet. The expetlmt is con
sidered an entire success by the merchant.
Interested in it. It it doubtless, u,e
initiatory step toward a new indu.try in
California, and an additional proof that
we are a great country, und havo to ull
latents and purposes, annihilated time and
pace. St. Louis, Cincinnati and Chicu.
go aro anticipating thu time vhun their
aaatin meals shall be made palatable and
nutritious by Juicy steaks cut from healthy
beeves on tho.plalns of Texas, and Now
York it even now buttering its breakfast
roll with golden butter from tho golden
KYKltY HOTEL EXPECTED
T'. WINSTON A CO.,
HKAI. HSTATK AG IS NT
It (ikio:. noon) onto J.s-Vkk
Iltiv and Ski.i, Hkai. Kr.TK,
FU l!N ISM A B8TK A CTH OF Tl TJ . K
Our Home Advertisers.
Put FlUgeruld, of tho samplo rooin
has receiveil the appointment Of agent for
the sale of the llammondspoit, N. Y., Ur
bann Wine Company's wine in tills city
If tho bottle with which wo hnvo been
favored is a sample of the (jtlullty of
these wine, then w e ur, prepared to say
that they nro among the best we have ever
tasted. He has just received a large con
signment, which he is prepared to sell at
the lowest llgure. lie has also on hand n
lurge and complelo stock of the various
brands of Irih, Scotch nml American
whiskies, and wine of every variety.
Dr.l.lCIOL'i CllKATfllK.' Till it the
phra-x npplhil by Ills IIIhcUiu-., tho
Moor 'if Venice, to the fair Indie of Italv
It wn the lovely complexion ofDesdcmo-
nil, sun!, h radiant coiitra-l to his own, that
woo lii heart; and moth to say, every
man of discernment con-i.lers a fair skin,
like a -wi-et voice, "mi i.xeellelit thing in
women.' Now thU i a charm which can
be octii'trul There if a healthful mid
odorifeiou. toilet article, known every
where us llagun f Magnolia Balm, which
literally trmi'-llguros a cloudy or sallow
kin, sutl'ii-ing the discolored fate, neck,
arm1) and bo'oiii with a Mift, pcarlv tinge,
mid iiiiiartiug to tne mrfscu asmoothnn-s
and a ghc like that of polirhed mnrhle.
Im-lend of clogging the pore, like the
eticky enamel-', or commuting them, nnd
thus obtriicling pcrslrutiou, like thu a-
tr.llgent coinc-lic-, it cleiiti'e.1 the skin
from ull ImpurltiuA and wonderfully Im
proved it tuxture. This peculiarity is par
ticularly appreciated by our rural belle,
who llnd thnt tho coar-ene and rough
net", which country air inapt to engender,
uru "peedily removiil Irom their faees,
IiiiikU mid arm, by this delightful prep
If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated,
have freijuelil headache, mouth tiirtct bad,
poor appetite, arid tongue coated, you aro
Miffcring from Torpid Liver or ''Bilious
nes,'' ami nothing will cure so speedily
and permanently n Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Dicover. Sold by ull druggist.
ci'- scMnrsiinvri. milium cuiih
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C. H A N NY.
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GilOS 'I HA IN MILKS,
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VKKY LOW FIOUKKS.
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has ri rri'.its. 1
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'-. hiHn'r mii.i l'lMiiiir'i. inmninl, Wu
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A Lf AWKI r-i
rullsi llnilhrm I'nlrni lry Jn MrSrr
in-l Mi,ilinr, Well. A IVb Aulomttie Vif
Inillrator nml Ml.ly Vhr lor tram Uillr.
WI.STKK'h III.OCK. COIIMKRCIAIAVKVU
pTg. Schuh. j.-
Inkantc The mo-t irritable and ret-l-softhe'o
tender little household buds
are charmed us it wore into quiet and
aweet repo-e, by using Mrs. Whit-comb's
Syrup. - t-'JIdAwlw
agU A Paris letter says: "The Piiucu
of Wales hut Just passed through here,
making u ttny long enough to recruit fur
his journey to Itomc. He has an open
soro in his thigh, which tends to retard
his convalescence. Wherever the Princo
has been, he has been dressed in the plain
est stylo, with no decoration whatever.
Tho Process, at thu Vuudevillo Theater,
was dressed In bluo satin, covored with
white lace, and n diadem of lino pearls in
her hair. Sho looked, and shu is, charm
ing. Tho Princo has only four valets do
chambru with him, und thu Princess threo
lady's maids with her. They are conald
ered to be traveling without incumbrances.
Tho Princo spenks French fluently, but
with a strong accent.'
At a LIMB JUL uektiko in I'hlludl).
pbi tut Saturday, one speaker said, the
object wai to defeat Geo. Grant, or any
republican nominee. Another one, Col.
M'CIure, said the English of the whole
thlag su rU)llon -.a(iiitthe republican
PV7- "VYheBupon the New York 'Stand.
mmtmj, says x -Loy.l ,Dd honest men, j lowering It Into the water, It should strlk"
t&f A jurcatic Ohio editor notices
that "last evening the beautiful daughter
of .Mr. Lovopuli; tho accomplished ami
gentlemanly wagon maker of this vicinity
was united in wedlock to Geo. Ileerstat.
tho talented artist, whoio charming land-
scapes are upon the dashboard of every
buggy uvcr turned out of hi. fntlier-iu-
law i hop, and who ut strljilng carriage
heels Ihi. no peer living since Biihens
tdr Tliaekeray'. daughter, known in
literature hy her umldei. name, l Mrs.
Leslie Stephen., Wi,,.or , ((f ,
THE AUTOMATIC UVK-U0T
A WKm;S 1.NVK..ST.OS IS ,;,;
(ItoiiuIiu Uo.f.ii filobu ,
There is In process of consiructi,,,, hv
Samuel Webber, ut South llo.toi, Po ,, ?
ifeboat which pre.ents some new ,',5
Ingenious adaptions, und which, a. ,)Cr.
turning to nautical aifalrs, muv probihlv
oo noticed in this connection. The device
has been patonted, und one or two boats
have been built for service In western
rlvors. At tho Washington navy.yard
ono or moro'hnvu boon put to various
, unu navo guinea tlio mil approval
w .u ll(tiucilllg ooaru.
It is callod tho " uutomntlc llfe-boat,"
and the slgcitlcunco of the torm is, thut it
Is solf.actlng in respect to righting itself
when capir..,d, and In re.peet also to bull
ing itself. If HI od with i. ...in .
.Ink, but will free itielf of water In thirty
avindi nr t-.-i un.i I i.. V.
Cincinnati, April 21. Hull, are in u
state of redlness for two conventlmif.
Tho hotels near tho center .of the city
hnvo engaged ull the room ut thoir dis
posal. "Hotel further Irom the center aro
not yet fully tuken. Booim for lodgings
will be improvised Iftho circumstances re
quire, during tho conventions. St. I.ouis
has engaged nil the St. Jnmes.
Grinnell, of Iown, with fifty delegates,
has rooms nt the Walnut street house,
lowu delegations have engaged head-
qitarsori in a Hall opposite the hotel.
Alex. K. McCluru, Pennu.; Cabins
M.CIuy; Gov. Wnnnoth und (ion. Her
ron of Now Orleans ; Lloyd of New York
uio among tho number wlio have engaged
rooms nt thu (llt.on house. Mayor
Lefllingwell of Meinnhis. Judiu llminr.
wood ot Helena. Ark., aud Uen. .M
of Washington, have engaged at tho
Spencer house. Tim National Labor
Union f.xccuttvo committee have engaged
headquarters und committeu rooun ut
Hunts on Vine, near Fourth street.
Booms for over 1,0'xi persons hnvo been
engaged in the City hotel. Private clli-
.ens are opening Houses to entertain per
sons. Hotels in Covinuton ant l ininrti.il
to have engaged u large portion of their
Sleoplnc curs on roads cenirl
will ho detained for lodgings during the'
minion. ,-,u ir nn iini uitv is concerned
tho indications nro that it will ho nlmot
exclusively represented in the reunion
und reform convention.
Heuduuarters hnvo been cbiUU,..,!
follows. Illlnoie,Greenwi)odhall; Indiana,
.Mechanies' Iiihtltutinn , Kamas, Oalt
houi-e; Kentucky, room No. 8, Mozart
hull; Minnesota, Walnut street hoii,o:
Missouri, St. .lames; New York, room
No. 1.1, .Mozart hall; Ohio, room IU
Mozart; Pennsylvania, Gih'on house
Among parties engaged at the Burnett
aro Hon, ,Ino. Dcfreix, Ben. Perlev Poor
Hon, A. Gridley, IllinuUj Win, M. Gros!
vonor, St. LouU; Sam. Sinclair. New
ork 'Iribuno;' Geo. Francis Train;
David Dudley Field, New York; Gen 1
Tom. Kwing, Bart Able, St. I.ouU : Gen'
Fitz Henry Warren, lowu: John If'
Bryant, Princeton, HI.,
Bauimouk, April '.M.-A meeting of
liberal republican), of Maryland for the
purpose of uppointinir dcleL-ate to tlm
Cincinnati convention was held to-dav ut
Barnum's hotel. E-Gov. Bradfor.i
, sided, und thlrtueri delegates were up.
pointed, among whom aro oi-Guv. Bmd-
mrd, .Milton Whltnoy nnd Col. W. II.
"wji irom win city; ji. vs. Ilollnian
irom Allegheny county j II. C. Illcks,
I'r'M r.lur coll"l.v! Sf. L. Governeur
..-.. r co.s,Ni;( ticut.
Call and examine for yourself. The
patronage or the pulie Is nolictod. Tho
City Shoo Store aro hnving n great run
for Brolaskl's line goods, which they nro
selling for less than common eastern goods
are sold elsewhere. Don't fail to examine
their stock which is complote and stvlifli.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Wiuur..., on the S-'-lh ilay nl Alien-.!. A. It
ls;o, 'itiuiii-i 11. Kill and Kliin Kilit
hl wile, Hiid Henry II, Kill", ami Ollilni
i dnrmlclKFil, ami ili-liHrl lo Jllkn Mc
Caiilry avvrlaln inorla-BKn poiivpng to .aid Mike
McU-iuli-y croon tl e.UIi- Mttnatn in the c-ity oi
Cilro, t-oiiiity nf Alenan-lfr, lte of Illlnoln. to.
will l.i,t .No, 7 in Muck No, IS, anil lot No i;.
18, lfl,2', 37, SS, In hl..c-U No. 71. ami Ihe 'n,i.
vl.le.l tuo.thlrdH inlcre-,1 In lot No, s, hi Mock
No. S , all In ihueiiyot Cairo, A!o lot. num.
Urrd -Jl and W In MoL-k No tol in lh l.t a hluinn
lo ihncll) nfC-iiro; tnawcuru Uif t.ainntol tu
certain -r-pinl..-.ry ih.im In rm-l inoitgm;., u
erllK.I, Uilh of uen dal will, naid inniienitr
on; note ui t75, paat.ln two inouih. aficr tl-Mr.
and the nilu r t on. lur fs7 mjal,le lur inonlh.
nfu-f .Into, which nou- hair nt l-en ili, nor
Im. eilhcr of tnun orany pan Ihnreol l.een i-ald.
o,".rW,.lr,'',.".l, '" 'J'l'Jilnwl in .aid moriKafie,
that If ilrhuli l ma-le 111 the payment o( Ji i
Duli, Hlmtii ini-nlloncd, or any nan thereof
nernrilltiK In the, irnor an-l eth-ct thereof tin!
aid nnrl of tliH freondparl, aller having adver-tli-ed
Mich ailn for thirty days m
iiH.pii,,-r piihll.-, , ti, ),- flf
t-nlrn. Illinois, may .ell Ihe '
liri-inl-e. or any part Ih.reef, hii-I ,11 rfelitand
eonlly o re.leiiiptlon ol the i-ald p.irtlf. i.f the
fir-t pari, at pnhllo ivndne to the illshe.t bidder
lorea.li at Ihe llmo anpniuied in htnTll adrudl.e.
uir i,,.i, , niaium; mji-ii ne, an the attnr.
neyoi .aid partis ot the tlr.t inn, or In the. name
ol th'-i-nld parly o tin, mh-oim) parl.aliall execute
and deliver to Ihe pur,.ia.r .1 In fr the con.
Y).mi-o lnlc-..ul thepremUeaeoM, And herea.
tho .aid promi.orj notea lull, not, nor ha.
v . ,i f1' , T ' "'
he ti. 1 it necei-.irv to Klo vi.it the r'.-Mtirn
Market and will return wlltiin few .!.) witn a
hndome twl ,.i
He i. he. In clli III' alleulion of lllljer. to hl
very rwnr-letr, lirge and carefully .elected
STOCK OF G-OOXDS
Ilia i(nol. can not be rnrpaa.ed, and he
.oheit. a coinpnii.on of
GOOES -A-HSTID PRICES
with Iho.eof Mi) houae nhlch you haieleen ac
Cll.totned to ileal with,
III. .Mk will ron.iit of
- wmtas, aiaa uw, ri,4Hiii,
RKPPN AMIS BLACK AI.PAI'AN,
And all other .ort. of
liealrr In all kind' of
iiTAl'LK AMI FANCY i
larinrr'a Vrl MBit nlnblina; '
WITHOUT l.'HAMiK. j
Cor. Wrf.ftinj'toti.uv. and Twcntietli-i., j
(.'AIR", I !.!..
SI-'MMEK I) It ESS GOODS.
He al.o keep, a larRe ti k ot Lace., Trim.
inliiK r.iiihroiilene., k great variety of Shawl..
I.loth" .Hid C.lnieri-i
He al.o keep, a variety of la-lire and chlldien1.
.hoe. and rlothinpt ol ll mie.and pi Ire..
ntoek lull anj complete all through, CaII an-l
eiatnlne, ror II will pay.
3-'c'f J. HUHOKIl.
WINM A.H I.IUt'OHH.
The lllinoi. Central Itail !lo, Coinp.ny now
oflerfor .ale the followiiigde.cnbed loi. 16 Fir.
Addition lo Ihe City ol Cairo, vli :
hot 27 block so. U. block W,
U M, -.-7 (,.
' " '.,, " U " hi.
' b " at Bj;
" a k, :n .. v.
or iermi.ele, apply to 1AMEH JOHNSON.
Itrrllljer laud Htiulronlr ItrHler In
rorvlin KMd Itommllr
WINKS ANU LIQUORS
No. G'J Ohio I.KVKt:,
HK kerp.oD hand comlnnily mil .to. k ul
Oil Kfctitiii-ky llourbon, lit and Monona.
tiela Whl.klea, Krenrh llraudlen, liollaiid O.n.
Ithineand California Wine. iin:f.
WM. FI. SCHUTTKK,
'qnS ) d
UOUHN. I.ANII. ETC i f
linpurlrr ami Mbulriutlr llvitlrr iu
II A L. LTD AY BROTHERS, j WINES, LIQUORS,
UUILDEHS' SUPPLY DKPOT.
l:tj TKNTII BTRKKT,
Now, therefore, I the ,ki. Min,. j, Coiley, parly
or Urn .c-oiid part named In woa moitjoie. In
piilMiaiiee of .tie provl.lon,. llu-rof. do hirehy
rT,!;i,n,l'.'r "V " Hlur.J Maj llth, A, J).lii7i,
hetnei-n the hour, nt ten r,!..in,.L- , ....! , ' '
o'eh.-k p. in, ol that day, nt the Irom door of ihe
Court llniiee. in Ihe i-nt- of ( m ai,...n.i...
eonniy, .late of lllinom I mil inter tt.e lota of
e..m ii,i,-iii niHirn oe-ni,ei, and earh of
Ihciii lor eH'i. at piiblio endue to tin, highe.t bid.
I'-r rori-ii.h.to .uti.iv .i.. .,., .. ,n ....
i-lili. tier d to pur-ha.er.,ionei'iiH a title in feo
lo Ihe l-rinilM-a .old. a. nrovldcl In .nnl n.r.n.
dreeii A flllbert, AllornevH for .Mortoiii-e,
I.HUifM Cairo. Aiiril O, I
III.' le,rrNlon, lutoliiiiiHry iiiInkoii,
'; ."PriiinlorrbwH, loa. ,l
jjijil ll.r. Hlr.,,,1 l,urleiui i,'. ig
rllllN. HUll M ll.a-nralirn 1. .
nhM.1. n.;...-.r.v.T." i"
Jit.. ..?!"", "i"1'-"' .mi
FOKWAHDI.Nfj ANU COMMISSION
TOBA.GCO &c CIGARS.
AK'"i Mr ihe t-.i brau-l. ..i
CKEAM AND STOCK ALE,
lnivrlMl Ale or IHItrrt-ul Klmla.
73 Ohio Levek,
" CAIKO, ll.hl.MJI-
undo nt Ihe roo
tern, arre.t Hi
d potent uiiralivo.. Ihey elruo a
potaol the milter, tone up t n e(
hedi.chart'e. nn,l in, '...
uner.v I . I.. -... I . . ' . . Korenil
...viWed r,o, x r?; tVM
" -I "--.Hiiaiii or oiu e.ii.f I. or f I
hera IIL- eli-ix. Bn", l.v ,.n j.i '.. . "I r'!
hy mail on Mi-elpt ..(price A j irVA llumjliiev1
Hpeeino IIUint;o'...l,iui Medlola. So W2 'Ki
Hay, r . i )t jjijun
auj:45.ltowaly Aal, Cairo, lllinnle
cimint) call. It ), ,",.,;m,u ,0!tl' Cln
K"Vrally In thottat,, J't(;n circil'd
contain. 18 name, ,,m'0,,g whlchM uro l0v
era who wyro proniinenrin the VrZ Ion
of the repuhllcan party, and numher , f
Germuni. Amoni; the ilunera rn VJ
Mayor Timothy V. Alljn , Hon. JlSrk
Howard. Dvld Cl.rk. Eeq.,' Hugh Mr,.
blniun, Eiq.H.tford, Hon. David Gall m
PlHlnllehl , Tho. i. Clark, Wliutea f-
AltE YOU UOIXU WEST?
Ifao, take our ad vice and purehiae your ticket,
over tie old ullablo and popular .MiwoVai I'a.
imc lUitko.o which I. po.lilw ly Ihe only hue
runulng three daily expreaa Iraln.lroniHt. Loi la
to Kn.aH Ciiy and tho vtratl and u poaltlvely
the only line whli-h riuia I'lillimu pala-e aleepora
and line day coaenrr. (especially for movent)
!:,'L,.,,,,l";:, Mi,,r.V kyrm, in it"
nny' o,1, 7t0"' 'awrur.ce, Leavenworth, Aiehl
IVi'ni: ,Jo,e;,1h' !br City, Council lllutl,
J?iaS (' chaojte Kof lufotmatlon In
Calir21-.HiS,ir',k' Kanaaa, Coloinio. Taj.ai.d
win? Mi.' K"J"n or 'loreaj 8. H.'rhomilon,
V. L VnlJi'".'?'1 c nc M Colurnbua. Ohio or
Mo, "'"Tal Pa.enger Aganl, Bt. i.oul;
No trouble to au,wer sueiloiia 3..wly,
MKIIt lf A . l a,
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
U.J Aelll. Of
Ohio Hltev- nnd Hnuawtm
70 Ohio Levee,
CiJBQ, ILLIMOU. r
i-l . 1 1. h ia
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every de,-rlpll,.,
LATH, .SHINOLK.S, CKDAlt 1'O.STs,
DOOItS, SASH, liLINDS
Kiirnlahed oa ebnrtt at notli-.
Couinieroial-av, bot. 10th and Ufh-Ms.,
Uwurti, Nak, llllaila. Muul4lBKt,
KMTrUnttrra,(Md Window and Door
frarnei, rtoortar, Latli,
Mi I iik Ira, Ulnard Nab, Ulaaad hid
MfBta, Ulaaet TrRBaonta,
Nnah Hl-".i,"ptaah Palllea and Oorde
Blind raaUalara, Rooflav
, ll. Koob( Oanat, lIaalrlaa
J lRPr, rara! t'alt, Wbll
l.emi, IJuarO Oil, Aiurrlrau WluUuw
Ularni, KUKllah andrrenrb j
' I'lnlr illHHH, I'utly, UlasUr'a fuluie
1 Hewer fiprn Vatrni fnlninva,
1 -., Kle., Kle.
AOKNTS lor Kock Klver Paper Company.
kheMthinit Kelt aad tJUHrlt C'emont.
II. W. Jnhx'. Improved Kootlnj:" alwayi ou
NTVEN, TINWABE, ETC,
a. ir a L l e ;,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Sv AG0N"iXN UFACTOlt V.
Tiu aud Hollow War., Clolliaa Wring art rila
re, Coal Jloda, lr Bhovala, Air Oam.
t w omo ai wnoiewtlu or Ketail
COUNKM H2D.STIIKET AND OHIO I.KVEI