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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1872,
"K.rt OBKHIA, Editor aa I MMwiwr.
Mat 1. 1872
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wlTneiliirptr mkln t the cheapest pa
pcrVahllthrt iniKmthern lllinoli.
A TWKNTT-riVE thousand dollar munu
nent h to b placed ovor Fisk'a grnvo by
Gix. ShkbmaN J irel Urnnl wcro
prMctedtu tboKbidivoof Kgypt on tbo
Uth of lit month.
AWC!CA.v mission amis in Syria have
ipplivd to New York eliurcues fur Hid for
tb people of Antloch find tho adjoining
Tut Cincinnati convention meets
to-dsy and speculations as to it elioico of
a preiidetitlal candidate will soon coase.
The three really prominent candidates
cow appear to bo Davis, Trumbull, and
Cbsrles Francis Adams.
Tbi Cincinnati Cokuem-u.mie.nt of
the Missouri 'Republican' says the brains
of lb republican party are Ht Cincinnati.
As its bontity Is there too, tho " regular re
publicans" are ldt without any props to
The "Willumsun County PitoonKbS
cotupartl Got. Palmer to Detii-diut
Arnold. Likening liberal
has ercr appoarod in tho columns of this
paper. Wo Imvo benn tho mist pnsslvo of
pattiro Journals, norcr, slncotho Inception
of tho ''pnsilvo policy," expressing oven a
preference for any of tho numerous possl
bio presidential candidates spoken of in
connection with that movement. Hut wo
did fcol doubts ns to the ttrcngth of the
liberal movement among such men ns
Orccley, Trumbull, Palmer, nnd n host of
others who could ha named, and whclhor
they would actually desert .Gruut for a
principle, and wo never hesitated to sny
so. liowover strongly wo approved the
policy nnd tho principlo of n coalition
with liberal republicans by tho democracy,
wo wcro not Inclined to glvo It our hearty
concurrence nnd support until wo felt as
sured that enough of tho respectability,
the honcity and ability of the republican
party would engage in tho liberal move
ment to glvo it nationnl importance and
strength. Tho events of tho last few
weeks, chief among which was tho com
pleto identification of Trumbul1, f!rccloy,
etc., with tho liberals, swept away our
doubts not of the wltdom of tho conlition,
but of tho sincerity of tho liberal republi
cans In their opposition to Grant. In our
strong belief that in a union of tho
strength of tho libera) republicans and
tho democratic party, lies the surest salva
tion of tho country from the ruinous con
tinuation of tbo radical administration of
tho government, wo aro prepared to
suinort almoit any candidate whom the
Cincinnati convention mav nominate.
86T"Tlie following temperance pledge
is nuw bei.lir lurirnt v sli-ned liv mpitihori nf
republicans Lhe Nqw York Sl((ck Excmnuo: ..v
to lbs "arch traitor" has lost Us point If it tho undersigned, deprecating tho growing
vtr bad any. 'What was called treason evil of intemperance, and bcliveing that
in the camp at Ant, is nothing moru nor ll 18 greatly Induced by n mistaken Idea
less than revolution now, slow as the radi- of ""bility nnd politeness; therefore,
, . with a view of exterminating the evil in a
cals are to rc-ognlze the fact. , , . , , ,
,,, practical way, wo hereby pledgo oursp'.vcs
TEAVELtks iiiom all I'akt's of Europe to pity only for tho liquors which wo our-
are hastening toward Naples to witness selves drink, and to nbstaln from drink-
tho eruption of Mount Vl-suvIouh. It has lng ""J liquors which others pay for."
Increased in violouco until it is a grand A party of young men nnlmntedly
and appalling sight. Many people, dwel- engaged in discuss'.ng politics before a
l.rs intbevleinltv, have been buried in country store, attracted the attention oi
the lava pouring from Us sides and it Is lh(n, lbo maUer here ,)0 obscrml l0
Skid ninety tourists have shared tbo.same I n, v,.if0 . nmi arawlng his team, ho light
fate. 1 ly shouted to a consumptive individual
Inn tho outskirts: "What' a foot?"
Wkhayb keceived the Initial num. 1 .,Xwc,ve lncic8( wa, tie rcpu., Tll0
ber of Iho Prry County Advance, a 1 g.d ngrlcuHitrUt swore some nnd drovo
new attempt in tho shape of a nowspapcr on.
enterprise, In Pinckneyvllle Tho Ad- General N. P. Hanks has author
Tanco1 U democratic In politics, and be- izC(J R pM,Uvo Rnd doniM, (f tho m
gtt tU career . minor unpruienumi; mof thut ,)0 js to JUCCCcJ Miniplor Cllrlin
fashion, with plenty of room to grow In. to St. Petersburg. He sava ho has no with
"We givo It our best wishes and hope it t' 1"V tho United States and tho posi
tiun hit now holds.
may prove a success.
TBEDU Ql'OIN "I RtUUNEativCtS to be
lieve and endeavors to ninkc its readers be
Here that tbe convention of liberals in
this city on the 18th was "convened un
democratic tricksters " and says thut tbo
call was made by L. II. Byrne, ttato sec
retary of lbo democratic cxccutlvo com
mitted, and was published in tho Cairo
Bulletin and other domocratlc papers in
tbo district. Tho 'Tribune' says "if n
' liberal or an Illiberal republican had nny-
thing to do with calling this convention,
1 wo would llko to know who bo is." The
ignorance of the 1 Tribune ' is affected, for
purposes of Its own. In tho first placo
L. U. Byrne is not a democrat. In tbe
next, the call for tbo convention wus
signed exclusively by republicans, most
of whom have acted with tho party cinco
lis organisation. The call was inserted
In The Bulletin as an advertisement,
at regular advertising rates and paid fur.
It wsia also Inserted in tbo 'Sun,' tbe radi
cal newspaper of this city, and charged as
an advertisement. Is tbe ' Tribuno ' satis
6 A man In Ynmbill county, Ore'
gon, sues hit father and mother-in-law for
tlvo lbouand dollars damuges, because
their daughter and his wife has not turned
out so strong and healthy as they prom
ST Governor Jewell, of Connecticut
lias received u letter from Paris congiatu
lating him upon his election, signed by
Gcn-ral Schenck, Minister Wathburne
Caleb Curbing, "William M. Kvarts and
saT Private loiters from England stato
that Tennyson frequently hvows his in
teiitlcti of visiting America soon. It is
said ho is eagor to see tho great wondors
of tho Wost and familiarize himiolf with
a truly republican government nnd pco-
runrosc or tiiis correm-ondence,
It is not tho purpose of this correspon-
ueukH w luuimiH muiviauHi preierfnces
rcMlvoto the nominations, but as far as
posiiblo to repre-ent thu general tonu and
vurreus vi uio laiK os u u heard In tho
iiuui.c iiiaces- nils varies, or course, with
the dillerent crowd, nmi li u .. .i.rn.
cult, if not Imjmsslblo thing, to silt out tlio
....iuiiuuic irom mo merely loud talk;
ns jour reauers will want M hear
something on tins subject, it may do to in
dulge in a few parngrailis for tiielr pres
ent gratification, howuvcr uureliablu It
may provn to be.
(peculations as to the redult.
In thu lornialion of an opinion ns to the
general result, it may bo prumistd that
JllUtfo uvit UeVCIupeS conciileraltiy more
ttreugtli than has tieet. counted oil by
tUoso who claim to buthu best posted. Thu
principal prumoiurs oi tin microti,
Leonard Swett, Long John Wentworih
and Ward II. Liiiiinr, thu ( Id guard uf lliu
Lttncoin coiiveiition at unicngo in lbuo.
Then llicm nru ocatlered it small frv of
Labor Jtulorm party uiiu aro working in
thu fiiine interest. Judio Davis is under
stood tu have thu backing of n largu part of
tnu Duinocraiio uulegatmii in congress; ol
t-x Senator Hendricks, Mr. Pendleton und
ioiiiu others. 11 1 lrieiid huru claim in
thu convention tliu vote of Illinois, Indi
ana and Pennsylvania i-.t u ntiCieus on tliu
first ballot, mid uf Nuw York on tliu liuxt.
i'fiey claim also Temietn-e, though litis
will prove iluliliivu. Prouiibly tliu basis
of tnu ttrengtu of Davis in I'eiin-ylviwiia
and Indiana is the supoilliun Mint, witli
thu aid of the miners and other labor re-
loiincr, thu stato elections next October
could bu carried agaiiist tbe Grant party,
and give Davis thu prestigu of it coming
triumim. It is mure dilticult to account
for thu votuof 'ew Yolk tor Davis on any
other ground than that bu mii-bt bu au-
cupiabiu to thu protectionists and conse
quently to Greeley, who is tliu first choice
ot tliu delccation tor lireMduut, a Position
or prulerencu in which New York stands
ulmuat altogether alone. 'Inure U, bom
among tho Illinois delegation and others,
Vury considerable opposition to i)a'li.
the commercial vs. imvis.
Thu Cirieiniiall ' Couiiiiercial ' of to
morrow morning will contain an editorial
indicating UiattiiHl paper cannot support
Davis lor tuu presidency, ulid as tills
means ttie statu Unio, ll Will create a sen
sation. 1 liu otji-ciion sceins to bu thai the
nomination of Davis, under the circum
stances, would have me appearance of
having been managed by a ring or clique
undertaking to turstali thu iicuoil ot iliu
Ciuciiiuati tonveniluii by tliu nomination
oi Davis mid Parker ai Columbus, by u
party whosu principles aro itivught to
reiiresul tliu CoinniunltJ. and to bu ub-
Jecliotiablo otlierwi-e. It is but fair, huw-
uvur, to say llmt tliu lrlellds ot Davis de
clare- lie lias no exmpaltiy v-hatever with
tliu idea of tliu Columbus couvetiliun, and
wlieu usKud buloluiiaud as to wiiut us ac
tion should U:, advised agiULSl uliy riolu
inallon wliatuver. us did Suiiutor Trum
bull. JuU(a Llavis has neither ucceptt.d
nor uecnneu me uoiumuui nom.natiuii
HKNATOK ThUMUULL'a FKlENUS.
If the strength of Duvh' friends is
greater thun wus expected, tbut of Trum
bull's Hppeur to be smaller and confined
outsidu of Illinois chiefly to tliu Nurtliwesi.
Jlr. Horace vwiiiuol ttiu Ltiicagu ' Tri
bunu' has i. letti-r from .luduu Trumbull
in which bu asks that Ins i.nmu shall not
bo presented to the convention unless
tlieru aro evidences that it would bo
acceptablu generally, us hucannul concnt
that his friends in Illinois should allow
any personal pruferunco for him to ob
struct tbe common cause.
HTRENHTII Of ADAMS.
Tho strongth of Mr. Adams, as it i
represented liure, at present i.ppeiirs to be
thu vnto of Nuw England, Uhiu, Kentucky,
Tennessee, Louisiana, Virginia, Georgia,
nnd such other southern stales as may
havu delegations, but h will require
manv more than tbli, whilo his chances
just now do nut seum to be growing.
VOTES EXPECTED Toll IIROWN.
Brown will liuvo on tbo first ballot the
votes of Missouri, Iowa, Kantas, and Ar
kansas. Ho is tlio second choice of thu
Triimtiull men, while not u fuw of the I)h-
vis thronir appear disposed to fuel favorn
bly inclined in tho ranm direction. Hut
tin-so biaiks aro liablu to changu every
hour, and tlioro is actually nothing Mitis
factory on which to prognosticate reason
ably. Tho public must still wait. Tho
supposition is that ex-Secretary Co.v will
ho called to preside over tho convention
until it is organized.
Our Homo Advertisers.
Our Homo Advertisers.
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COUNSELOHS AT LAW,
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VSprcis. atlontino Rltn to A'lmusIlT ami
orriCK OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OVER
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
FOll SALE, ) ForSslo i FOlt SALE,
' I FVr.Xsli- I '
t-'OK SALE. J KelFOR HALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Fare from Londcnderrt
Faro from GlahooW,
Fare from 1ueenstoWN
10 CAIKU, :::::::: $ 1 8-
isiior'i, Morris ,t Cs
f.lttrpool Ncw.Toik and PhlUd'lphla
em eoxrasct wira tvited stAtri aid tiiiun
for Carrjlni? tn Mnlh.
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o ri'stiita ixroaMiTio!!
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REAL- ESTATE AGENT
71 (second floor) OHIO levee
Bur and Sem. Real Estate,
FURNISH AIlSTItACTS OF TITLE
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All onlcrf promptly attenJedto.
NORTHWEST CORNER OF WASIIINOTOV AV
ENUE AND TENTH CT
i.ni'iiiirA.v r ' 1 i :s.
THE CINCINNATI CONVENTION.
PROSPECTS OF THE CANDIDATES.
About tue same time that Mr. Van-
ell of Williamson county was murdered
by st masked mob, a party of men of the
same character went to the house of a col
ored man in Kentucky nnd abused and
maltreated blm and erdered him to leave
hi home, which ho did, going to Frank
fort for safety. The Memphis 'Ledgor'
calls attention to these similar cases of
outrage on different sides of the Ohio
river. -'On the Kentucky side," says the
'Ledger,' '-the beating of a r.egro was a
ku-Vlux outrage and will bo inquired
Into by tbe federal courts. Radical
paper and orators win moke a handle
'of It for party purpoics, umi include In
'one tremendous arraignment all tho
states and people of tbo south. Tbo ulTalr
' it Illinois was on the loyal side of tbo
'Ohio, and thrugh tbe murderers wore
masked, and to all intents and purposes
ku-kluz, tho murdered man of seventy-
' five years was only a white mm. This is
'not a case coming under the kti-klux law.
'The villainous enactment extends only
over the south. Tbe courts of the
'United States will pay no attention to
' tbe Illinois murder. Tho administration
cast make no capital of it."
A WORD OR TWO.
Last week we said in the Hulletin
tbatwe had heard no dissenting voice as
to tbe liberal movement among democrats
of this city. Tbe Columbus 'DUpaHr
tays, "and this in spite pi tbo opposition
'of tbe Bulletin, tbe-Ieadlng democratic
pipers of Southern Illinois." Tho 'Dis
patch' u laboring undor a wrong Impres
Ion. The Bulletin has nevor opposed
tit liberal movement. Not a lire which
swtjld b construed into meaning opposl-
tfea to tho principle uf the movement I upon.
(Special i!lpstcli to the Mli-ourl Republican.)
THE increamino throngs.
Cincinnati, April 'J8. The throngs
continue to augment, and thu Cincinnati
convention glows apace, lhe brains of
the old republican prty are here, backed
by its determined purpo-, its zeal, and its
erithuidatm. Ilutel corriilurs, sitting
rooms, delegation headquarters, tho streets
nnd ttiu country ruaus aro tilled, ibis
bright Sabbath afternoon with crouds ol
people. Knots ol politicians aro dUcus
dig the n.eriu of the lavorito candidates,
or canvassing tliu means of ndvunuing
their feViTnl interests.
MUCH TRAbH AND O089IP.
Tho newspaper correspondent, eager
to gain tbo ilrst indications of what tliu
convention may do, have been on the
ground several das, and havu burdened
the wires with great quantities of uossip
and idle speculation in urder to satisfy tliu
demand for news. Thu fact is that much
of this has been the meiesl tra h, posiess
I.... .... 1 1 .. 1 . .1 : .. ...1, ...,.,. .,..,1 .....i 1
culnted 'a mislead and ditceivu tliu reader.
THE KlItST Din-.CUI.TY
That arirus in deleiuiiiiing thu status of
atfairs, is the lact that there is 1,0 prcvMori
lor an equititblo Oasis 01 representation,
aim in nils respect, us uen us 111 iimo
'inert, tliu convention will 00 annmulous.
uhti.TUi.j call us issued ly tliu Jlissourl
liu rals, any person of tliu republican
party in sytnpiitlij with tliu objects of the
convention U entitled to participate in tho
proceedings, but mnnlfusilv It would not
do to give Missouri, Ohio nnd Illinois
votes in tho convention according to tho
number of lho,i, present, and iipplv tbo
Ktnio test toViw Hampshire and ioxus.
now th k vot r. wi i.t m: tak k.n
It seems pretty well settled that tliu .ny
erat stato delegtuions will be permitted to
cast only thu number of votes tliut u.ulr
states will have in tho electoral collide
to bu determined by them delegaiiuns
erutelv. Hut lieru Is wharu the troublu
comes in. Prom Illinois, for instance,
there will boa great crowd, divided In h-ii-tlmcnt
between Davis, T'unibull and Pal
mer, and tho friends of either of thou
would bu unwilling to liavn tho wbolo
riuuilxtr of thu voles of Illinois cast for
one of thu other two, simply because their
numerical strength is thu greater, as this
might reduce tliu question lo ono of the
amount of transportation hilhor that could
bo secured. At present the friends of
Davis from Illinois appear to bo tho most
numerous, though somo of tbeio do not
profess to bo republicans. However, tticro
djes not soem to bu a disposition to bo
unfair, nnd it iipreiumcd a satisfactory
solution of the problem will bo agreed
THE MISSUUKI MUKDERsSi
THE LIVES AND PROPERTY OP THE PEOPLE
AT THE MEUCY OP A MUD.
noi.DEN, Mo., April 'J8. Thu reign of
terror in Cass county, instead of abating,
is on tliu increase, and tho civil authorities
aro powerless to enforce tho law, and the
lives and properly of the people, nro at tbo
mercy of tho mob. Twelve men, old and
respectabln citizens of Harrlsonville, who
were bondsmen of Cline, together with
thu minister who performed tho last rites
at his funoral, woro ordered tc leavo within
twenty-four hours or bo shot. They ac
cordlnnly left, and nro now exiles from
Th mob is furious, and Imvo decreed to
slay all tho principals in tho bond mitter,
their bondsmen, and all who sytnpathizu
or attempt to defend them. Nothing but
tho strong arm of tho law will preserve
the peace and bring the murderers to jus
tico. A company of mlllila arrived hero
turn evening, irom ivamas Litv, in com
mand of Captain Pliulan, Our citizons
foe) somewhat rellf ved, but hone Governor
Drown will fool that ono comnanv is u
small force to contend against ono or two
Marriaoe Gcide. -Interesting wnrl;
numerous engravings, 221 pages. Prico
60 conts. Adlrois Dr. Butt's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Sireot, St. Loul, Mo,
See Advertisement. tf.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
V. D. UEXFOP.D Proprleto
tonics OHIO LtTSS AD srroNti ST.,
1ne Only Hrtt-Clat House in the Cily
Th Illinois Central K I lto I (Viinp-nf no
ofierlur sln the lullottlngil.ribed lots In Kir
S'lilitioa to th City ot Cairo, sit :
Lot il block an. Lot 21 block ,
" IS ' in, " n " H,
6 " n, aj n
' 0 ' 2, at " t:,
" 3 " s.', - at " ft.
ortfrms.ot. atiplr 'o JAMEH JOI1N-OV,
Mil r Afon'.
1S.NS.KAI. AUKX IN.
Osf- Daczacp convetsii to
of Iri'i arir.
nd frnm the !po
II. M. I1ULEN,
And Dealer Foreiga Fruits and Nuts
No. 134 C-jn33crcial-avG.,
Kmmn I rlesi nmi Thorn s w. l-il.t. iicrn.i,
anis.aiis nolitle.l that on April '.'7ih, lc7.', h,rro
.M. .Nukcrio .eotnuia Usui Hle.l hl bill in elmn.
cer. to lorecl(-n a morl a, in thn Aexn i,r
euun j iiicuii court. Mate ol linn n-, ai.it tint
uiu uu 11 no n lint; 111 a ( i-onrt. Hut ihor
iHiriasiluiinins m iuc.l oulol llieeleili's of.
(ice 11! .hiiI eourt bIiii jmi, it-iuiiubl- nn (lie
ii .nonnsjr in mi)' next 10 a irm or snld court,
then 13 be hi Men at Ida cuiirl-lmu-e In Ctito, In
n,i v",iui, mi IrtlK. JVIlfl V IMIfJl 1,1,
Daten Anrll 27th. I(j7. Cf u
Allen, MufKey A Wheeler, Eol'rs for Cimpl'e.
T. H. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7tli street
and Commercial avenun, Cairo, Ills., U
prepared to accommodate the public witli
board by tho day, week or month, at lower
rates than any other flrs'.-c1as hmiso In
the city. Tho rooms are all well fur
nished, light and airy, good samplu rooms
fur tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. Tho house is located in tho con
terof the business part of tho city within
one squaro of tho post office. 4-9-tf
Mrs. Anna Lung, on Eighth street be
tween Washington and Coinmorciul ave
nues, bu. just received a lino spring stooU
of millinery goods, consisting of batf, boll
nets, ribbons, nutlons, etc., otc, to which
she asks thu attention of tho ladles of
Cairo. Mrs. Lang will tako pleasuro In
showing her goods to all who will favor
bur with a call.
For chejp Cjueeiuwuro uu to Parsons
Davis & Co. ' "-iv,
do to the City rjliuo Store for Gent's
" custom made " Hoots, Princo Alberts and
Jersey Ties, of latest styles. M7tf
Crumb Dusbcsand Pays, now style, at
SALE OF HEAL ESTATE.
Wiuar..i, on the 2Mb day ol AiikNiid, A, D.
1SK, -ih mi- B, Ellis and Ebu Kdin,
hl wl e. and Hfnr)- U. Kl Is, aud Ottil vi,
lli;nsd Otoe Ellin his inn-. ie-uieil ti,l
aek owlrdcifl, and iIk Irered to M'ke Me
t'KUley aeertain mor'fgecnnve)lnKtu said Mike
McCiulev 1 main real eststn .iliialnln (he cllv o
dlro. county nf Alexan Irr, stale of Illinois, lo.
wit. I "I Nn, 7 D I luck Nn, 1A. and lot, .No 17.1
18. 19. V . 37. 33 In b iH'k Nn. 71. nmi th n,li:
si ,e.l Iwo-thl ds mler'st In 1 it .No 8 in hlnck
Nn. ' , nil in ihecuynt Cairo, A!-n tola num.
Ix-rnl H nnd 'li in bio k No 01 In tho lstadilion
to llif city I'fOiro; to so. ur the ,a) incut el iu
certain iininis-iiry n.te In said iiioiigijn n.
cilned, both of cftu date with -aid nioitsK
oin- n te fur i7S, pavai I- two months aft. r uie!
i-nd thfothir i o e fur ?S7 payable f.ur mon'hs
alier dai, u lilch not ha e a-1 larcn p4id, nor
has eiiheroft em orny part thereoi Uen paid.
And whersas, It Is ti, ul-ti-d in said moriKaite
ihtil urfuli bu ins'le la ilie payment n i i
n.,tfs, abovn meiitlonod, or any pirithor.ot
according tn tne lennr and etlei t thuenf the
sa d pjriy of lhe second part, alter having adter
tisM such sde lor thirty days m a
nnw.psper published In Hie cty of
-airo, Illin-,l, may ssl u,n
prnni-ra or a y part r.. rff, and 11 r ghisn.i
equity ol rrdeintiimn the said pirn i.f ths
nr-t part, at publm lendue t the i,ighi-tt bidder
forcathittha i i.e iipmctel In u.n ilr,ili,e.
meiit, and iinn making .u li sale, as the atl r
ns y of a d nanieso, me first tar', nr In the name
oi thesalil pir'y ot th" eend part, -hall ex cute
and dilirer to tn purchaser ueds fur tin-cm,,
tejjncr infeeot ill premise. n I ; And ,cres
the raid pinmis-iir notes nam nut uor ju
c-i he' or any part ih-r. "I b e i aid t
N..w.iheielre, It,,., i Ml a MiCsulry, party
of thu second art named I ami moilgag,-, u
mirsinnce ol .be provisions thersnl nn hurht
give notice that on inrday, My U'h, A l, is7J
h'tween Ids- hi u - of ten oV,.nU a,m. and on
n i luck p. in ol that ilay, at the limit dour i f lhe
Couil House, i the eiiy ol Oa.ro, Alex ndci
county, slate of lllmo a, I will ntlertle lots nf
Kroiiml herein abnve deseitl,. d, and rurh of
iheni forsaeal pilbl o endu to the hinlie.t hi,.
der for cadi, In sati., j saldnnles, and will exe
cute deedi to purerns.-rB,inneing a title In fee
lo lliu premlsra sold, h, piorided In said morl
uresn t Qilhcrt Aitormrta for Mortgagee.
4.10 30.1 Cairo, April, lbT2.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERsS IX FLOUR ;
And Agents of
Ohio niver stud Kanawha
70 Ohio Levee,
Willi i lias Klooiiiy iiIIpiiiIhuim, low Niur-Jin-
ilsMircaalini, llitolmiliiry t-mlWoii,
loastur ki iiien, nierniiilorrliu ii, Ih oi
,M,2?! '" h.I, loss ol iiii'iixiry,
hiicI Hi resit riml liiiiirlrnrr nmi imus
s-IIHm, nulla iwverfiKii euro hi Sunn
iihroy -a lluiii-oialhlc fei- I .
S uriily.clKlil. Comoosed ni , inn t atni
lie mild n,i potent ur'ttlvea (ney strise s
iiO'ieattherontaot t'iemill i toiniie l t sys
lein, arreat rhdlscharge ind in:t ri ti;or nd
iiprcy.llleandvitalit) to IV entile nin. They
hale cured thousands ocve. Trice, t pei
raekigeaol nielmifia and a larjf U f.al, which
fa ery itnportani lu obstinate or old .t.mi, or II
11 siligl' b.x. Sold by all driH-i,t.. .ul seiu
by mad on ieipl ol ptlco. I irn. Iln.inhrey'
tpecirio lloineopatlno Med,cua 33., .2 UrJad
). , i'. jjilUJl,
aunIM nwawls i'nr i, lilmol.
ARK VOU (iOLNO WEST?
If so, take our nitico and pun bisa your tickets
oyer I old nliaMo slid j o,,i.ar iliiiu i
oirir iUitaosii uhichit pusltirely the o,y line
runnlug ihrre daily express trains from Ml. i.ouia
tn Kan Cliy all, I the weal I ami is ,po. lurch
the oily line whiidi run- I'lillnnn pi I a e sleepers
and fine dayeoaihef, (csp.cially for movers)
i quipped Hith Miller'- sa eiy It form, and lhe
pateui stearn brake From Hi Loma to Kansas
dill, rt. coll, Lawrence, .ravrnvrnrth, Aichl
on, Hi, Joseph, Nebraska City, Oitinul Blulla
ani' Oir.ain uithnui ohanget r"or Infoiination in
rigajil io time ublea, lates. sc., to au point In
ll"sour ,.Nhraska Kansas, Colu ado, Texaa.and
l-ir ,rnia. cah item or adiliswi''. ll.Thnin ami,
agent, Mis.o ,ri faclOe It. K. Cn.umbus. Ohio nr
Jj-0' rM, General 'assentr Agont, Hi. Louis,
.Nb trol tg agiwsr qusstloos J--wly,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
100 Mile I he Shortest Itoute
Klglnj mile ihr SliorlPsi Home
TO ST. LOUIS.
NO CHANGE OF CA1I8
FKOM CAiltO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ON E CHANGE OF CAltS
I'KOM CAIKO TO
(Ilelelanil, ,Vgam Tallf,
hi. burgh, Washinrtun,
J'hiliiiilphio, New Voi k,
llosloii, ami all points K.tst.
Janea ,., Ma,,0n,
nt. I'aui, and all points .North
This Is also the only direct rnute lo
Decatur, Illootnlngtoti, SprinKfield.
emia yulliij, Kenknk,
luilington, hwlt Island, l.a halle
Menjota, Ixxi.ii. rteeiais!
UaleuH, Duliiiniie. HLiisCuv.
Omaha ami a'l points iioittiwe st.
Elegant Drawtne-ltoom Sleeping Curs
DM AM. NIOIITTIl.M.NS.
Haggogo Checked lo all I in i uiiau ',,nt,
For licaetantid Inform stlon, apply at I. o. H R
Dainl al Cairo on Iwird tho Transit Htesmer
lliseon C. luinl.iis'iiiii Cairo, and at the nrineinal
K. B. Ticket llttlcisihroushoutlheiMOUii; '
W. P. JilllNiiUN, ()ep- las. Ag'i, Unlcaao
A. MirCHKl.1., UOB'l, Hup-t, ft in g',.. C '
J. Johssaoss. Agent, (alra.
Cairo City Fcrr Company )'
.Notlre la hereby giyeu mat tho reuUi animal
meeting ni thi slockh'Hile.s nf euiniau
day. stay tip mi m jun'ii ,ck .m lor he nur.
poaeni eieeiiifseTrn (7) Hirednr lo serve the
Our Homo Advcrtisors.
It K k U it IS St.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. H A IN JN Y.
.S T 11 1 P E s,
KKNTUCKY J RAN., KXTRA,
LARUE STOCK OF UARK-TriNt,
Ula i:nllrss Nlnrk
VEHY LOW FIGURES.
COKNKn&TH ST. AND COMMr.RCIAI.-AV.,
11. T. GEKOULI);
.STEAM AND GA.S FITTER
a alts Is
Oa. Fitter's ann I'ltimra?r's inalenal, Woo
pumps, .Inlaa an,i anit - salt.., slop
cocks, chsek Tle.,ete.
also icisr rot
rullai llrnllieri I'utrm llry tlm .lelr
And Mnreli.ii.e, Wells A Co'a AulomatU- Wale-
Indicator ami enpply Valse for steam taideis.
WINTtCItV IlLOCK. COl1Ms-.hrAI..AVs:sU
LOUIS .1 0 R G E N S E N ,
IV.ler In all kind- of
STAPLE AMD FANCY
rarmrr'a Yiirsl nsiil rslnlillntl
Cor. W.iihington-av. and Twentieth-M.,
nt.Kt AAII I.SUtiUllN.
F. M. STOCK F It E T II ,
anrtniE ro ronir a itociuith
Refllfjrer anil Wholnmlr Dealer In
ForrlKn unit llomc-sllr
VV1NE.S AND LIQUOR.S
No. C2 Ohio Lkvek,
'U E keepa on hand conilantly a full stock ol
nf-iiinuav iMjiuuun, iitc an'i Monoosia'
nela Whiskies, French ilrsnilies, llollsiiJ (Jii ,
ItHiDeand i.'sluornia Wines ImDinf.
W.M. II. SCI1 UTTER,
Importer aud Ht.olruie iHnlrr In
TOBACCO & CIQAR3.
Aaent for the best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
IsnporlsMt Airs of IHITrrrssI Klntla.
75 Ohio Levee,
vuiulDRyear and for seneral bualnvas
TUOS. W. iULLHMY, 8e!';,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol eery description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAIt POSTS,
DOORS, .SASH, 1JLINDS
Furnished nn rhortut notloe.
Commcrcial-av, bet. 10th and llfh-sts.,
For Salo at Wholesalo or Retail
COU.Ntlll 32D.6TIII:ET AND OHIO LEVEL
Botiitf s, oamiilk;
Our Home Advertisers.
P. G.Sehuh. r
-ttmps? --o i
IMIOKN. - AHSS. CTCl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TENTH STREKT,
Doora, mh, Rllsnla. 9f onlallsiK,
Envr Ussltrrs, (wood) Window and lloor
rrntnra, flooring, Latrt,
NlilBKln, Olrsard Hsub, Glared Hlft
IJshlai, Ulaird Transoms,
Sinah Weight a, Naab Palllea and Corda
mind raalenlaga. Roollnc
I'cll, KooBng rrmrnl, IMaaUrlng-
Taper, Cnrpl fell, While
I.orul, UubsmI Oil, Amrrlcan VIMnw
Ulaaa, Encllals andl'rrncb
I'lnle Ulai. Pnllj-, Vlnxler'a I'alnlsi
Kir.. site. seir.
AOFNTS lor Itnck Kitci I'aper Company's
Mheuihinir Felt ard Ouartr. Cemsnt.
n. W. Julia's liiiprored Hoiitlnt always on
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER TN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers t,l
Ware, Coal Hod., rVtbhoy.l.; Iff, nt,JlU
TIN ZINC. COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Waahington-avenue,
" rt, da at shitsl aeikk. (sbUsf