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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MAY 3, HTJ
rrnW MTT.T.WT1N clltlte, and ill tho event ol a disappoint.
THfe BVLLblisx. iu to Wl tbe nomlBMloU)
WON It OBEKLT, BJItorand Publisher.
Mat 3, 1872
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not month, by -
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THC OOtLAK WEEKLY BULLETIN.
. a, oN-rlr Co. hire reduced Ihe, sub
.tiZica trie of the Weekly Cairo llulletln In
oL tMur pf making it the cheapest pa
arabllhed lutiouthern Illinois.
Col. C. M. Faiwell, of Hardin county,
It a radical candidate for state senator
from the flfty-flrat tr iiatorinl district.
The Chicago Daily '.Sun,' published
by II. L. Ooodall, has been enlarged to a
thirtr-two column paper and bid fair to
soon take a place amotiK tb first-elan
dtllle of Chicago.
A Kentucky Doctor hat Invouled a
machine "for preserving and embalming
dead bodies.' Wo think he will bo called
upon Immediately after the Cincinnati
contention to work on tho radical corpse.
One or Obant'm Unitod States mar
ibals in Mississippi has been arretted for
stealing a gold watch and ono thousand
dollars worth of diamonds from a lady in
Jackson. The articles were found in his
Tnc Methodist book cokcehk ban
teen as profltablo in its way to some of
the persons iolereatod in Its management
u tbe United States treasury has been to
radical offico-boldcn. One Porter, con of
tla business man of tho concern, is said
to have made mora than one hundred
thousand dollars by profits on commissions
for the purchase of paper. Dr. Lanaban,
whose reputation has suffered from his
connection with the book concern, is pre
paring at bis own eipense,a report to the
general conference which meets in Brook
lyn this month.
Secretary Fish has got himself into
hot water. A lobby of bankers, capital
ist and monied men generally arc at
Washington, using strenuous efforts to
force tbe administration into an abandon
mnt of the Alabama claims before the
Geneva conference. Tho reason for such
a mave, the Ntw York 'Herald' says, is
found in "tbe dcplorablo condition into
'which England bas plunged us; a New
'York banking bouse lias offered a Ilrst
1 mortgage gold bond of a western mil road
'to tho London capitalists, and, despite
our amiablo conduct in the matter of the
' trie railway, they liavo buttoned up
tbeir pockets aud refuiod tho bid; tho
'Northern Pacific loans have boon sent a
'begging; private enterprise.', although
'backed by the strongest bouses, nro dead;
' Americana cannot sell n bond to English
'men; and, to crown our misfortunes, Mr.
1 Boutweli't funding policy is arrested, so
1 far at England is concerned, and if tho
'misunderstanding continues the tho see
' retary of the treasury will he compelled
' to fall back on Germany.' ,
Secretary Fisb, at whoso door in laid tho
rashness and inconslderatcness shown in
the preparation of our case, is now uccuscd
by tbe'ilerald' of approving the purposot
of the lobby above named, thus rendering
"tbe blunders he has heretofore committed
'the more unpardonable." Tho 'Herald'
think it is the duty of Gen. Urant to
relievo tho American nation of Secretary
Fish and calls or. tbe president "to dismiss
' from his cabinet an officer whoso judg
'msnt Is unreliable and whose acts would
'compromise tbe honor of tho nation."
pleases; but tho Journal which docs this,
will bo justly denounced by tho public
whom it has decolvod, and lay Itself upon
to tho charge of having a private nxo to
grind, Instead of being Influenced by a de
sire to substltuto good government for
that which now disgraces tho country.
Cpeclal correspondence of Tho Bulletin.)
Cixcisxsti, April an, m:.
Your correspondent, accompanied by
N. L. WIcUlrc, It. Winter, P. O.Schuh
J.T. Itcnnlo of tho Cairo delegation, and
J. V. Piorco, of Perry county, arrived
hero at 1 o'clock p.m., und immediately
proceeded to tho headquarters of tho Illi
nois delegation, whoro tho cntlro represen
tation of the stato, numboring some three
bundled, worn assembled for the purpose
of orgnlzlng ; but tho enthusiasm for
Judge Davis, Trumbull and Palmer was
so great that an adjournment was immedi
ately effected until 7 o'clock when it Is hop
ed that tho delegates will bo selected from
tbeir several congressional districts, and
harmony be ietored. There aro somo
two hundred of Judgo Davis' friends and
neighbors present, and Davis' flock is rul
ing high ut prcsont.
Tho convention will nssemblo at Imposi
tion Hall to-morrow nt 1'J o'clock, and af
tor effecting a permanent organization
will adjourn until theafternoon. No bus
iness will be traniaclutl until Thursday,
when, If the vast crowd hero assombled
be fortuuatc enough to securo an able pro
viding oflicor, wo may look for busi
ness. At a Liberal Republican meeting in
Covington last r.ight, D. L. Phillips, who
is well known in Southern Illinois as a
strong republican, denounced the Grant
Administration, andcarpet-lmg rule in tho
There are many prominent democrats
from Illinois proscnt us spectators; taking
no part whatever in the proceedings, or
concerns of tho Llborat. It I now well
understood that the National Democratic
Convention will be called to meet in St
Louis in June, or thu 1st of July and then
thocourtoof tho Democracy in thu cam
paign will bo offically proclaimed. H.
9Mrs. Bates Sparks, of Cumberland
county, recently took an ax, went to tho
slat s, and in a playful mood,deliboratoly
knocked a valuable mare In tho bead, and
then cut Us tnroat with a butccr knife, kil
ling the animal on tbo spot. It appears
that tho mare was tho property of Mrs
Sparks in her own right, and she, suppos
ing that her husband did not use it ns ho
did his own horses, became Joalou, and in
a fit of rage committed tbo act.
A SPECIMEN CArE.
Tbo Louisville tLodgcr1 publl.he
through the vertubire and peiietralud the
cavltv of tho heart. It was wltlnlrnvo by
Prof.'Wntkln w.lth cllllktiliv.
Ki 'i it i nnfiV
following.' ' I . , , I,., .i... r.i,.,. ,,r tho
health .mi ?r 11 " TnV,"s w" ,"",', ""fortunate nlFl at Ashley, and brought
ft tS LfcRrj"8 th.",1 T" ,,ou,! I" Louisiana, whore thou who uent down
h.' .h"band would obtain the. control (nm ,,,,, vU. flMinj U MII ,hrr arrival.
I ceV Property which she pooosscd, ! . . J
iiu vimu!u nor sister in l.otiHvllle, rty.. in
ordor to carry out a schemo which hu had
projected to provent It. Whilo -laying
with her tistor sho cro;rtl the river to
Now Albany, whore sho rented a Iuuim. fur
three months, and on this transaction hal
a residence there. She then Innittilf d a
suit for divorce, alter which .ln returned ,
to her husband In Indlnnnpoll, A lout it
ycarngoshorccelvcd a tclt'grap!iii'di'air'i
requesting her Immediate preeii.c in L u- Kill, propriMor. turiifr tli 'H'-'-t
isville In consequence oi illnuM in her s iini ('iMiimercial aM'iiih', '.iin, 111', i
tcr s family, and showing jhii to lu-r Inn j ,w,.,,,rci tu ,l0r'ommxl ilo th.i piilill. v. 1 its
iiiiiiiiirn'jf. engravings ?'JI page. I'rloo
fiOci'nis. Adlrc" Dr. lliittN Ii!ientary,
So, 12 North Kiirhih Street, S:. Louis, Mo.
S" A herllnnii-nl. tf.
JThero is nothing like courage in
mislortunc. Noit to faith in God, and in
his overruling providence, a man'a faith
in himsolf la bin salvation. It is tho sccrot
of all success. It makes a man strong as
tho pillared iron, or elastic as the spring
band, ho readily consented to a second
visit to that city. At this timo sho again
went over lo Now Albany, whore
she received her decree of
divorce, which sho quietly put
in her pocket and carried homo. It
Is possible that her hii'band would have
never known what had takon place, at
least during her lifetime, had he not ox
cited her Iro by Insisting, ono day, too
much on his own way as tho head of the
family; upon which sho very
curtly informed him he need
not " try to tyrannize over
her, as sh'e was not his wife, at the samo
tlmo producing tho documents to prove
her ai'citicn. Tbo husband was more
than astonished; but ho lnsl-ts upon it
that such a divorce as that will never
stand, in which opinion bo Is probibly
A BOLD EXPLOIT.
0K!T.StK.V DASH INTO A KENTUCKY
TOWN IN IIAYLIOHT, ROB A BANK AND
MURDER A CAMIIIKR.
LoutttviLLE, April 30. Ytiitordny af
ternoon about o'clock, live men mounted
on splendid horsAs, dashed into the town
of Columbia, Kentucky, stopped and dis
mounted at tnu deposit bank'. Two men
wilh pistols in their hands held the hordes,
while thrco with drawn revolvers entered
the bank. Four uion, Including ihe cah
ler, a member of tho legislature, Jas. Gar
net wero in tho bank. Tho men de
manded tho keys of tho safe, and one of them
attempted to 'shoot Mr. Gurnet, but t tic
latter knocked up the pistol, the eiploion i
ot wuicn ourneu ins noau. Ail oi v lie
gontlemen escaped except thecaMiier, who
st:od at his poll, refusing, under thu tnfl
leariui lureuts to unloeu tno sale urn; ot
the scoundrels (hot him dead Hnd tho
ptrty commenced to pillage the bank of
all the money outside of the safe, which
tbey could not opon. .Mnmwiiiiu thu two
men outsido fired thoir pistols in all direc
tions, driving ovorybody off.
Alio raid was so tuuJen and unexpec
ted and short, that iho town scorned panic
stricken until tho robbers ununited their
horaos and dashed out of tho town. The
citizens immediately organized n pumnt
and at last accounts wore gaining rapidly
on tho fugitives.
The amount of tnonev secured is not
supposed to be large. -Mr. Martin, tho
cashier, was a gonlToman of high char
acter, and his violent death is deeply r
Great excitement nruvalU in tho coun
try over tho outrage, and tho robborii will
probably bo lynched on tho spot it rap
hio . i in v Ant;, :tc,
T It K
1 1, i) v Cvl.lirnle,!
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Our Homo Advertisers.
II K Y UUO IS h.
Our Home Advertise.
iKiard by tho day, week or month, at lower
rate than any other first-class hotin in
the city. The rooms aro all well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agent. Tho houio is located In the ccn
tcrqf tho htitlne" part of tlio city within
cm.! squarn of tho pest office. 4-!) tf
Buy the new Kin; Proof Lamp chim
ney of P. D. fe Co. M72w
Tho stones being circulated from (Jin
cinnatl, by radical correspondents, that
tbe convention is not likely to agree on a
candidate that no matter who is nonii
nated, all tho rest will bolt and that by
tbe close of the weok tho convention will
be an adjourned failure, will scarcely
answer tho purpose of tho originators.
We have considerable faith that tho con
vention will prove itself a body influenced
by patriotism aided bf common
tense that it will choose a ticket acepta
Ma alike to liberal republicans und dem
cratt. But ono ticket can V nominated,
and of tboso whoso preference lean
itrongly in one direction, oino must nec
essarily be disappointed. But among tho
men wbote name have, been mentioned
at likely to be put up in tbo convention
we think there aro none whom democrats
and liberal republicans, prepared to make
a few tacriflcei of opinion for country'
take, could not willingly support. Tho
failure, if there be any, will not bo in tho
t:tlon of the convention, but In tho with
holding of the support which it has a
right to look for from tho pretb and tho
people who have all along encouraged the
liberal movement. Nuwipapers, which
have been tbe loudest iu their endorse
lent of it, are now throwing all their in
ueacc in favor of tbeir own particular
candidates, and Intimating disaffection in
ease tbeae are not cboton, proving them
eWw, notwithstanding tho profotsioiu of
tie latt law months, devoted to men, not
prittcipies. Undoubtedly, it Is the right
f any liberal republican or democratic
newspaper to pre. the cilk oi HIiy C(in.
Tbo vlow of Vesuvius from tho city
of Naples is said to he the grandost tinco
A dispatch from Minneapolis an
nounces tho wholosalo murdor of n family
named Cook, at Oak Dale, Minn., Monday.
Miss Charlotto E. Bay, a dusky mu
latto woman, has been admitted to prac
tice at tho bar of tho District of Columbia.
Tho Mllwaukco and St.Paul roilroad
company hsvo selected a ito for tbo pro
posed railroad bridge aero" the Missis
sippi at Lacrosse.
Ambrose B. Coe was put upon his
trlul Monday in tho circuit court of Mar
ion county Missouri, at Palmyra, for tho
murder of Miss Abbio Summers, on Satur
day the Uth of June, 1870.
Louis Napoleon is said to bo growing
moro and moro confident of the ultimata
restoration of his linn. Should tho French
throno ho regained by his son, it will bo
tno nrsi instance since io.n in which a
French sovereign has been succeeded by
Tho supremo court of Massachusetts
has decided that a man who, with notico
and opportunity to meet tho charge, ul
lows a divorce to bo ohtainod againrt him
upon tho ground of any conditonof mind
or. body or religious associations, which by
law renders him unfit for tho marriage
stalo, is not to bo granted leavo by tho
court to marry again, without proot that
be has changed liw condition in tills re
spect. Mr. Michael Donohue, who was con
fined in tho Tombs, at Now York, to await
rial for burglary, evicted himself from
that Institution, tho othor day, in a very
neat and ingenious manner. It is tho
custom at that prison to givo visitors
tickets to show that they are entitled to
depart at pleasuro. Seeing n lady In ono
of the corridors, Michael boldly stepped
up lo her and demanded her ticket. Sho
nuturally supposed that bo was en oflicor
or tho iiutliuiion, and urrondercd tho
pasteboard without hosltatlon. Mr. Don
ohuo immediately patented It to tho gale
keeper, and whIVuJ out without oven be
A .NEW tUKA lit rUOTuORAl'UT.
A young man from Willoughby,
Ohio, camo to Cleveland tohavn hit iThotol
gran taken, U send lo tils girl, who it em
ing buckwheat cakes and studying French
at Vastar collogc. Owing to tho length
of hit none, tho artUt was unablo to tuko a
good picture ; for to get his face distinctly
made his noso dark, und gave him thu up
pouranco of a Good Templar on a strike ;
whilo to produce thonropor effect on his
natal organ, rendered bis facial expression
too Indistinct. At last thu artist (who in
lie slouch at jerking a camera) placod his
Instrument on wheel and commenced
photographing hU nose at the point, grud.
ually pushing tho camera forward until
ho obtained a ncgatlvo of tho ontlro Jiose,
and then proceeded to take tbo roil of hi
face ui usual. The sights on tho camera
were first adjusted at throo hundred yard,
and roduced to a plain dead level shot at
tbe close. Tho picture was duly plsced
in a case with a bay window attachment
for the proboscis, and sent to Vanr,
Having removed my boot and shoe "hop
to iho north side of Eighth street, between
Commercial avnuo and Ohio levee, oppo
site my old stand, I lnvito-itll my cus
tomers tocnll on mo In my new quartors,
whero I shall keep on hand and manufac
ture all kinds of custom-made bouts and
shoe, and guarantee, in tho future, a- 1
havo done in tho pat, to give good work,
good stock, good fit and perfect tatlsfac
ticn. i'lm.i.ii' II ii'nii.
Wire Window .Screens,
Spnli;; and Hip Imtli-,
Clmtnl'er 1'itil", llra- and Enameled
Kelllep, ISrilaliia Wn Coll'ie and Tea
Pot, Hair Wire nod a general xK-ortiiie:il J
of Stamped and I'lalu Tin Ware. i
Last, but not !cat, Charter Oak j
CooKixn Stoveh, to hi) had at low figure
. . 1 1 . ii . . .. .i 1
HI . t . II fcMJUUMJ.N !).
AMI 1IKHT qUAMllt.i Of
F E N C E W I R E
AND ALL KINDS 01"
AT tiik vkky
(jI'J and P.li
ST. .OfIS. MO..
A. II A Ii L i: Y,
I K A LEU IX STOVES.
HKOWN .'IIKKI INtl.
; O II K C K s
I S T It I r K s,
! KKNTL'CKV JK.tS-. 1.1 1 u i
III. AUK A LI'.Nt'AS
I.AHUK STOCK OF UaIII .V.TIN(J
Ul U tll.OTII.,
MATT I Kb,
Ill t.Hllr Httrh
VKKY LOW KIGUKKS
t'OHNEK (1H ANIl (OSIMf.KI UI-IV
a.'-7m Id 100 Commercial A ve.
FOIL SALK. "
The undersigned ha for Mile, at low
price, a fitio horse und spring wngon. In
quire at the Cairo City Wharfboat.
4-Htf. MAT. CLAKK.
HIS TRIAL AT PALMY 11 A.
FOIt THE MUKDEBOF MISS A II II IK
6 U 31 M KItS
(Krom the Qiuncy Whig. April 29th. 1
lu view of tho anticipated trial of Am-
broso Coe, the murderer of Miss Abblo
Summer's, which will probably commence
mis morning at raimyra, .no., wo give the
loiiowing tirict account oi ttie tragedy,
which wo take from iho columns of the
'Whig' of June, 1870. It will servo to
refresh tho memory of our readers rein
tivo to the cold-bloudcd utluir;
"The tragedy ut Ashley, Mo., (on Sun
day Juno 1'.', 1B70,) news of which tilled
our city with rumor, of every conceivable
description, was oven moro terrible in its
deliberate enactment than tho imagination
of any ono hero had thought to portray it.
From what wo havo been ablo to olitain
from those who returned yesterday wilh
tho body of Miss Summers it uppcu'r Unit
A Mil 1108 r. COE,
the perpotrator of this great crime, pre
meditated the death ot his victim, and
only awaited a favorable, moment to ac
complish his fiendish design. After re
maining in tho town of Ashloy several
days, wliero he arrived on Thursday from
it trip to Kansas, ho tlnallv. on Saturdav
morning, went to ono of tho churches o'f
tliut place, expeclini: to find Miss Sum
mors there, failing in which, ho then re
paired to tho Presbyterian church, whore
lie saw her quie ly sitting in one of thu
pews. (It ii alleged that during the sei.
vice ho was seen to draw n largo knifo
from his pocket and examine it, but this U
not authentic.) At thu conclusion of tho
services, ho is said to havo preceded his
victim sornu little distance, but tlnallv
dlsappeared, Soon alter, however, at tlio
hour of noon, whilo Miss Summers was
silting iu hor mucic room, ut thu reUdcncu
of Mr. M. F. Griggs, Coo pussud tho
window and approached the door
of tho house. I'rutossor Wutklos. of
tho Seminary, chanced to be in tlio room
wnn .miss bummers, and mentioned to tier
that Mr. Coo was coming, at the sumo
timo asking her if ho should bo admitted.
Miss Summers unswered certainly, where
upon iho Professor opened thu door and
Coo entered. Miss summers was sitting
near tno door, so that hen It was opened
sho was partiully concealed from view.
Coo stepped across the room und seated
himcell, but as soon as tho door was closed
ho arosu and approached Miss Summers,
extending his hand in a friendly manner.
Sho did not shake hands wilh him, hut
barely said ."good morning." Coo then ex
claimed, "Abble, 1 waul a few minutes
private conversation with you," und Prof.
Wutkins was requested to leave thu room,
which ho did at tho suggottiou of Miss
Summers, who followed mm to tho door.
When Koine out tbo Professor said i "If
vcu need me, call, I'll not ho far uwav."
evidently feoling sornu presentiment of
coming uangor. in less man two minutes
after Professor Wutkins left tho room ho
heard Miss bummers icreuin, and although
bo was only across tho hall, in u room up
poiitu that occupied by Miss Summois, be
fore ho could reach tho scene of tho
tragedy sho was a corpse Coo inadu
no utieoipi to cspape, dui stooa quietly
looking upon tbo proitruto form of hie vie
juii. no was instantly arrestod and
handed over to the authorities, who at onco
Ui .'lim,.t0 wHnB Greoti nnd placed
him in Jail '
... tub wound.
Inflicted by a hirgcslred commou butch
er s knite, wero of such u character as to
cause instant dcaih, only one f tho four
boing a slight ono. It is surmised that
',b.i." ! arm and breast
iligbtly while facing her murderer, ond
that tho other thrco wounds, which wuru
In tho buck (ono under each shoulder
blado and thu other directly through tho
middle of tbo spinal column) wero iiifllc.
tod whilo (ho was attempting to make her
escape. When found upon tbe fioor tbo
blada was impacted la tbo bones of tbo
spine, the point of tin koiff having pssiod
Wills Ha gloomy attrndnntH, low Mjiir
Ha' drprpaalon, lisvolniilnry piiillon,
loKor Finest. MDvrmnlorrliu-i. Ions ii
sower, dly h.nU, Ions ul im-mnry,
fiisd tbreatrnrd liiinrlrnrr mid linlte.
run, anua inverritrti riuc In isniii
jpnrvy'a llomroitisllila- 'tiKil.ic .No
Twaiity-rlKbt. C.nnpo.ou in i vlu.i
u:p mii'i Mmi untpnt i;uriiir . .ni
uaile at tlie roin ol tlipiinll i t n
teiu, arrrl rlindUclinrKco, mul I'liimi viornniJ
msify, hip iiiki Timiii) u ini'niiio innu. i nfy
Imtu curril tliiiniiindit ut n p.. Trice, ipi
.ufu, or II
lfrtlni(l bix. bo!.l hy all ilrul.l., aaj henl
aiuIM. owftwly Ainjt, iJurj, IllmnU
iiHucurpu inuiMitnuN ui rn p.. i'rir
ekgp. ol rile hotPi. nnd n lurije l r
la Tery ImporUDt iu otnlinnlp or old
l..llni.ll H..M l.u all .l..J.Iu
innii on lopuipi oi price ,j inn llumliiry'
r. k. v. p. .jj.'iyii.
(Jildor, Uilu.stcror, Vnrnislier und
Fancy i'apcr Hanger, .MuttreH
Making and Hep.itring.
Nliop on Comiiierrlal iivpime In l.ie
All ork cnlriHle.l
umi tk nre houciiciI.
to hi rare will
l.IHinn Prlct anil Tlioum V. I'rle.l. .li-ft-nri.
ftt.t",Kro nollfieil that on April 2Tlh, Mi, f-purrnw
M. Xlckcrfon.eotnplainsni. filed hi hill In chan
cery lo foricloo u i.iorwat;p. In tho Alexnadr
eoun'y Circuit Court, Huto of lllinum, Hint that
sum iuii ii now wiidiDgin rani court. That Iher.
iiponRsiiuimonn w: ii.up,t out or Ihe cleik'n of.
in n iiMuitnuri nRaiim )ou, reliirnsbU on Hip
lt Monday In July iiPit In a trm of mild f-otirt.
then to bo holdrn at lli, cniirt.iouo In Cairo, in
Mid county bom Mat. Ji)IIN( lUKJUN.
Alirn, Miifitfy A Whoclor.Wol re for Ciinpl't, '
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Wucar.te, on thu 2Mli dny ot Anuti!, A. tj,
110, 'Jliotna 11. Kill" and Khz.i Kill.
hU Iip. and Henry II. VAi, nud ottil.vi,
(Ixneil tnilo i:ilm) hi wifp. ejeciued nnd
arkiiowlodKtd, nnd ilmiu-rcd to Jlikn Mc
Cnulry ncertain mortrKeconvp)lnKto (.aid Mike
MeCnuloy ceriain real e-tntn UuatM in thp cily o
Cairo, count) of 'Alrxan Icr, Matu of llllunin, to.
win Lot No, 7 n luck No, 16, and lot .Nu 17
U, W. 2r, 37, M in block No. 71. and thi. iihdl'
vl led iwo.lhi il intrrpet in l .t No. 8 In Mock
No,S,all in tho city ot Cairn. A!-o om num.
Iiprrrt SI nnd i!i in hlo k No Ul In the l.t n idinon
lo Ihecllj nfC mo; loo, ur Hi,, pajinpntol lu
certain pminnwiry notcn In .aid moitgio ih.
acrilicd, both of oven date with -aid iiioihukp.
oiip n to for 87.', pavn 1 two tnontli uft, r uate.
ind Iho oth' r ioefur8K pajaolo fnir tnouihs
alter latP,Miich note ha w t I'ten p ud, nor
ha ciilier of f.f m or any pari thcrcoi lon paid.
And whoreaii, It la ktipnlntcd in aald lnort!ai;e,
that it drfaiili be inadu In tho payment of Pai 1
n..lCH, above inptillnncd, or any lurt IliPrcof.
accordlnc to thn luior and t tlei t iht teof. Hip
"Hid puny of tho njcoud pan, utter having miter.
Used nieii k.Oe for thirty daye m a
iiewnpapcr puMlchcd In Hip cily ol
Cairo. Illinoia, may r-cll the HJld
nrernUpH or nov oart th. rpnf. mid II ritrliinmi
i'0.iilty ol redemption oi Hip n:i parllcn of tlio
tirit part, at ptibllu endiie lu thu liigin i.t bidder
orcaaii in uiu nine aiipointen in ilcn aitvpitme.
Ilient. and upon iniiklnir midi alp. aa Iho ntti.r.
ncyof ha'iI uardfaot ihe drat ran, or iu Ih iiamo
ui iiipraiu pariy oi inn rocoiiu pnriiHiaii PXrilto
and deliver to th purohaer ueed for Hip eou
pjancn in feeot lh premise old i .Mid wherpim
Iho aahl proiniaanry notpa li.no not, nor ha
rlihcrorany part therfofberi laid i
Now, Ihetpfure, I themlu MUo MiC'aiilev, parly
of tht i-pcond part nampdle tnl inoitungp, In
ptiriianc of the provliiona thertof do in reliy
Rlvo nnlicp thm on 1-turday, May lllli, A. I'. Is7'i,
iivtweuii tnu houra or ten o'clooli a, in, ami ono
n clock p. in, o that day, at the trout door of Ihe
Court lloiihr. ir tho citr of Cairo. Aloxmder
county, iatn of I Hi no , 1 will otter lie lots of
rronnd herein abnvo ileneiltnl, ami each of
ilium for mi cat puwie vcihIum toiho lugliput hid
dpr forcah.to pati!.tv auidtuitea. and will exc
chip deed lo )urchnpri tonrn ing u title In fee
io hip prpmiM toiii, aa piovniun in tam inort
SHr' MlKBMeOA"l,Ky, Mortgage,
lircen 4 Oll'iert, Altorwya for Mortgagee,
MUiSJd Cairo, April o, IDTS.
Legal tiotiro I hrreby glwn that Samuel blast
Taylor aad Edwin Pirnn , t indeeaof tho Cairo
City Property, havejloil their bill In chancery, to
enforco vendors Hen, In tho circuit Court of Al
.lander county, eta o of Illinois, ngalt)t Elln
lielli Fltlgpruld. now El inhoili Cntclli, nnd C.
Conic 'o, her htubaml. That aaiil au t unu
pondlna In nald court i and that tint time and
place of Iho return of i ho aunimoim lamed in
said cause la tho fjtsl Monday In Jul v, a. I). Wi,
at the term of said court then lo bo redden at tlio
Court lloiiro in Cilro, Alexander county, stale ot
JOIINfj. IIAflMAN, Clerk,
Cairo, May 3ud, le7a. ft-Wllvrll,
Tin nud Hollow Ware, Clothes Wriagera Toil
Ware, Coal Hod, FiraHhovels, Air Oaus.
TIN ZINC, COPPKK AND SHEF.T
No. 168 Washington -a von ue,
STKoonug. (iiiltermg, and all kind, ofjo
work don at ahoitcat nolle lebtdtf
uah i irriiKs.
"if f. iTHi()lTl7l).
TKA.M AND .S KITTKl.
4. t '
4 I VI III V
It t tUet HU-i t'.llfttl -i -j.
I '"')', &Mm- fcll'l Mills? I istlv
tv - h .-k t
ll AULA 1 f-'K
I nit Hruilitr I nM-ni lr Iihh irit
Slid Miirpli'iire, W pllr .1 t"o' Aui.iIikih nai.
Indlcaior and Mipply Valve tor Mpain lo l. i.
wi.vtkr's IILOCK. to
hOUI S .1 0 II ; E X S E X .
Ik-i is all kiiid- o'
ST A PI. B AND KANO
I'armrr'a Vanl nnd .MnMlnic
i. wn HilCT CMAhllk
Cor. Valiiiiloii-uv. am! 'I wrniit ili -i., 1
LI,EX, .MULKEV ,t WHEELER
COrjNSKI.WKS AT LAW,
William J.AIIt ii, I
John ll.Miilkoy, V CAIIttl, ll.l.l.MUM.
aiJ'Particiihir attention imi.l Ifl ri r Mllll M : I .
OFKlOi: On-r Kir-t Nationil Hank, Ohm .ppe.
GltEEX ir rULBKIIT,
WiSKS AMI S.llil.l)lti.
V. M . STOOKKI, ETII
.I.,',-..,, to eiiMtfc .iih nt i
Mrrlllyvr nuil Hbnlronlr Urn let i.
S'orelKn nnd lloinrvlle
1 U 0
, - 0
IMlOg -0 d
WINKS AND IJQIOK.S )
So. i'i Ohio IjKvki.
;wao. I l.l.l -.i.i - j
iooki. ami. trrci
HV. Lcppl ull land rUktaull full -I.m o1
Old Kentucky ilourbon, ltc and Modcuk
hela Whl-klee, French lirn.p, lUllaud N.
lilii lie ulJ CalKorola Wlutii .rv'VM'.
IVilllam It.flrecn, i
Viltim II (lill)ert, V
STHpPcia. altontinn ttlven In A.IiiiiikIh uud
teamooat bnln .
omt.'K OIIIOLKVKE,IIOOMH 7 AMI HoVKK
CITY NATIONAL UAVK.
Faro from Livkkpooi
Faro from Lo.viicnikkt..
Faro frotH OLAhaow,
Faro from Qukknstow.s
IO OA HO, $j ,
altord, Uorri A i.'a
l.ivirpnol NeivVnik and rhlladi Ipliei
f coTacr with imtlo Trr i hkitiih
Kr Carrying tno Mnu.
KOlt PASSAGE TICKETS
ou ri'BTiitu isroiNiTios
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aor.
n Hroadwiiy, New. York, urtn
II. II ii p I ,
Vuhlugton Avenue, Cairn. uou. 51
YM. H. PCHl'TTKH,
liuirlfr nuil Mliul-lr litalrr n
TOBACCO Ac GTQJM&.
III tor lb" Id -I tnali.l, ol
OHKAM AXD STOCK ALE,
lniuirM-4l Aim ul Itlnr-rrni lilnrt.
If Ohio LKVKh,
" CAlllO. ILMMjIr.
Frank Duma, defeml.ini, la
on inn flrat day of Mav.
anda llurn, couiplalnaut, filed
,....i,i . .i.i i. ..
i T! ..miiii, vuu.,iMiuaui, uio'l lirr
uni in cnancerv lor divorce, in tnu Alexander
ciunly Circuit Court, utata of lll'uola, aud that
awiMiit a now pending in said court. A sum.
moDwa Umitd outof thu clera'a offlne o id
court agaln.i yUl returnablo ou tha first Monday
nex,l rm of aa d court then to be
h1,,,D ,'" Court lleust lu Cairo, Id said
J03NQ. UABMAN, Clerk
flrssa t Oiln.rt, lolloitors for coruplalBal
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
F. I). ItEXFORD Proj.rieto
oaaa nuio irviB and uomi t.,
7ir Uli) Urtt-Glnts lloutn U the City
ar flaggngu I'linvejeil lu
of Ireeci riie(
ml Irnin I lie I)cui
The Illinois Central Had Itua I Comp'uy uow
oflerfor slu the following described of in Hir
Addition to the City nt Cairo, vlt i
Lot i!7 block :), Lot 'it block
" Is ' SO, " ii " (,.'
' 6 " SI!, '.'8 " k
' o M, ai J'
" 3 " S-i 3J
orlyrnis.nt. apply '.i IAMFH JOH.NslO.N,
S. W A LT EltS,
HAHDa.no SOFT LUMHKn
it every di'MTlptl-u,
LATH, SHINOLES, OEDAIt POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, I1LIXDS
Fnrnlahed on ehortf al nolle
Coiniuoreinl.av, bot. 10th and 1 lth-ptt...
For Sale at Wholestlo or Retail
COHNER 32U-6TBXET AND OHIO LXVEk
W. W. THO UN TON'S,
HUILDEHS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TKNTII HTAKItt,
Uuor. Mnali, Blind. Maislsllls,
rAvr lnltrrw,(noMl) Window and Uuor
rrnissM, rionrlnsi, l.Ui,
NbliiKlr. t.Uiert Niian, Olsi1 Mrt
l.lfhla, Vlnird Tmnaoosa,
nh WrlKhla, Nants I'nlllra and .'unl
lllliiil rnalrnlnin. KnoHntj
Jell, KooHnc IViiirni, lUMriM
I'Mir, l arpei t. Willi Js
l.H.I. MllkMl mi, lt.rP1,B wiiMluw
UIhhh, ;nglla, Hiidl rem l.
I'Iims- ijih. I'liiii. jnler' I'olns.
a.nr, f.. fHlrui lilMiiiey.
A'y.i '" i,:,"-,(,t"' "'
V-..M. u Irh .M.ar-riv. . 1
(ii( I-. . n.,, , , .,,;, t,Ah)t u
ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC
'Nf-r rourterntli Mmt),
IIOUAHT, DWELLED CO., PU01..RS
,,'S-W")1'"-;'l Trade only Hiticiled,
Kl el.ill tiding, Mwculemokluir.
. niei r
w 1 1 ni.,c
l.ep IJ.II .
J-'.' 1 I I'M II j
HERKSHIRES! UEKKSlimES ! '