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THE CAIRO DAILY XjULLOTN, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1872.
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Tilt DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Jntm II. nharte A Cn. hava reduced the fill)
crlption fries, of lha Weekly Cairo Bulletin lo
pereubllihed in Southern Illinois.
Nilmoh cavo licrlnst porformanco In
America m Monday nlfiht last. She
goes to Europe, and it Is stated on author-
Ity that Alio will lio mnrriol In .luno.
The Oiunt rArr.R nl Now Orleans
nayiifllie liberals succeed, tlio sugar In
tereit of Louisiana will bo ruined for
ever. Tills is n iweet argument.
Suskat Concerts nro bolng Innugu
rated In New York city Willi great sue
cess. Nearly every Uicatro buildlnj; I
the scene of a " acred, r-onccrt" on Sunday
..(got, iiui exciting tlin Jlotvcry.
The Xr.w York Hvs names the eight
men: Charlci Francis Adnms, II. Gratr.
Jlrown, Andrew (J. Curtiii, Jacob D. Cox,
David Davit, iloraco Greeley, John M
Palmer and Lyman Trumbull, ono of
whom will certainly be the candidate of
tbe Cincinnati convention, nnd nsks:
It there one of them who would not
'make a i;oh1 president? Is there ono
tthom all patriotic men would not gladly
'jupport In opposition to Grant nnd his
System of prescnt-Uking, corruption,
nepotism, and military rule?''
Mrs. Isaiiklla Ueeciikr IIookki:, one
of the most Irrepressible of the Irrepressi
ble Hecber family, addressed a letter to
11. Gratr. Brown last month, inquiring
whether women would bo received as
delegate' to the Cincinnati convention on
equal terms with men. Mrs. Hooker in
timates some sanguinary things in connec
tion with tho woman movement she
says "it may be that the redemption of
woman is to come through blood " and
tys her conviction is very profuuned that
no party will bo permitted to succeed that
ignore tho rights and refuses tbe assist
ance of halt the citizens of the United
States. "Whether it is tho intention of
tho women to buckle on the nrmor of war
themselves and fight their way through
seas of blood to tho ballot, or whether
this part of the work is to be left to such
valiant knights as Theodoru Tiltoii utnl
Stephen l'cnr! Andrews, Mrs. Hooker dues
not fkv. Hut there Is Mood in thu uir, uud
It remain tone eon liclicr tho men
aced parly, ho wholinvo l.oretofurc fondly
Imagined our.-elves the lords of creation,
will furrcmlrr nt discretion, or contest
the isiue. For onm-lvcs, wu tremble al
ready, and imagine we fee the invincible
Anthony or tho fiery "Woodhull, cutting
down without mercy their terror-ftricken
opponents. Givo them tho ballot nay we,
nnd let them vote ns earlv and in often ns
tlon. Ho made n violent speech denounc
ing Trumbull nnd l'nlmcr. Leonard
Swelt, Gov. Kocrner, 1). L. Vhllllps and
others nro working hnrd for Trumbull.
E. V. Hollies, of Lake, lien, John Cook,
11. 1. Buxton nnd others are urging tho
nomlnnlloii of Gov. Palmer. Senator
Trumbull Is here, and has his licndqunrtcrs
at the llurnctt House.
Tho convention assembled nt 12 M. to
day, and was ca1lwi;to order by Col. Gros-
venor, who mado a very pretty littlo
speech. Judge Stanley Mnlbows, of this
city, was chosen temporary president, nnd
upon taking tho cunir, ably addressed tho
convention. It will bo remembered that
Judgo Mnthews U one of tho ablest law
yer in tho country, and was ono of Andy
Johnson's counsel in the Impeachment
trial. After ho concluded, Carl Schurz
was called out and made n brief speech,
when tho convention adjourned un
til 10 o'clock to-morrow. The expo
sltlon hall where the convention asscm
bled is ono af tho finest In the country It
will bold K.OOO people; is well seated
flnoly decorated and well lighted by nu
merous windows. Thero aro rnoro news
paper reporter present than at any gath
cring In the country nnd they Iihvo poor
accommodations owing to the number
It is rumored that Casslns M. Clay,
of Kentucky, will be appointed president
of the convention, and It is said
that ho Is nn able, presiding
officer, which is very Important to the
success of this vnst assembly.
Thero Is mucn speculation ns to tho re
sult of tho balloting. Some of the wiro
workers sny that "farmer"' Grocloy will
lead on the first ballot, Davis second,
Adams third, nnd Trumbull fourth in tho
AVo notico several prominent democrats
from Illinois present, nmong whom are
Gen. McClcrnaml, Col. W. It. Morrisom
Tho committee on permanent organiza
tion will fix things up this evening. Mr.
X. L. Wickwire, of your city, Is upon tho
committee from our district.
The ChIto delegations nro cooped in tho
parlor of the Walnut Street Hotel. Thero
is no such thing as getting n room in n
hotel in this city. Mr. Davis, who for
merly resided In Cairo, tofc pity upon the
Egyptians, imJ furnished thorn scats upon
tho floor. II.
Vnlln,t.n, D. 0. April M, t7J.
wkak inventions or the (ikantite'.
The fi lends of the administration wish
to make It appear that the convention
about being held nt Cincinnati is being
manipulated and controlled by democrats
and in pursuance of this plan special dis
putches have been sent hero from that city
stating tliat n large number of democratic,
congressmen uro there. Thu wholo report
is n rndical caiinn), the only exception
being that Senator lllair has had no more
Judgment than logo to a republican con
vention nnd try to dictato its nomination
fur which lie i universally condemned by
w,...M...iir rcnixliiri- unit niiMiil-er-".
denies that hu.-iiid huc-ould not support a.
puny which did not adopt a civil righti
plunk. That limy be nil true, but no mat
ter what khnpu thing- may take I nm con
lldont that Sumner will not bo found in
opposition to radicalism jutirrt ttmjilr.
does not want tho Humiliation for any
place on the liberal reform ticket except,
indeed, that he is the first and unanimous
choice of the convention, ho believing
Judge Davis li a stronger candidate.
AMjRKW fl. CKRTI.V,
of Pennsylvania, Is reported not to be a
candidate. I havo gravo doubts of this
and set it down as another trick. I have
strong reasons for believing that lie i, und
when )im is so strong his friends would
hardly withdraw his name.
on the revenue plank is to bo secured by
Ignoring that iiue'tton so lar
as the convention is concerned
and to accoiuplMi tho grand
object without reference to it, and commend
this gravo question to the thoughtful con
The Grant Oiioa.v in New Orleans
advises radicals to Hllude in no otl'eniive
terms to the Germans "us has unfortu
'nately been done on some occasions, be
'cause Carl ffcliurz has seen fit to desert
bit party." "The Germans," continues
the Grant paper, "are a glorious people,
'and very independent In their political
' action. They are per te republicans and
' re natural enemies of states rights."
Tbe Germans aro independent In their pol
itical action and not likely to bo won back to sidcration of the people urging them to
the radical party by any such specious Hat- elect members of congress who wilt em
tervmth., W. Tl,v. r Ins. I,. Urn h""ly t,"'ir vicwl Hn'1 rcll(!Ct ll,elr w111
. . . which tho platform will pledge shall bo
ntl-h tlina liai-i. sia fiu In u l.rsl ri I 1
" J faithfullv carried out. The demoraliza
tho liberals. It was a noticeable fact that tion wll!c, ex,t, noro among tho ollico
of the names signed to all " liberal calls'' holdurs is feitrful j u worse scared set of
In what ever part of the country, fully men never was scon, their only hope,
three-fourths, if not more, were Gorman. whicli 11,0 "0P 01 ,jrttnl. 14 ulun
chants, to ico whctlior they lind paid tho
correct raVonuo tax, etc., olc. It Is not
known nt whoto Instigation this Inqultlto
rinl plcco of business was done, or exactly
whom the Job came in, but It wns n nice
pieco of legislation nnyhow.
DORMER STATES) WAR CLAIM".
The bill for nscortnining nn examination
of claims Tor compensation for the uso nnd
destruction by tho United States nrmy
during tho recent war In tho states not
proclaimed In insurrection against tho
United States, will, It Is thought, bo acted
on this session. Tho very nbld spoech of
Hon. U. F. Meyers, of Pennsylvania, on
this question mado perfectly plain tho
duty of congress and tho responsibility
In tho premises nnd the Justice of the
claims. In alluding to the probable ob
jections which would be mnde against
theso claims on tho ground of tho expenso
that would bo entailed on tho government
if they wcro allowed, ho nail need the fol
lowing figures which will lo of interest:
In 1870, nccordlnglo tho report of the sec
retary of tho treasury, thu expenses for
tho llscnl year for war and navy depart
ments, Indians, civil and miscellaneous
purposes, not including pensions nnd pay
ment on Interest nnd principle of tho pub
lic debt, wcro $140,430,820 07. For tho
same purpose in lbGO, according to tho
treasury report, tho expenditures were
$59,765,747 40, being nn Incrcmc In tho
sum total of tho ordinary expenses of tho
government for tho llscnl year 1871
over that of 1800 of $81,6(7,073 10. In
this connection ho snld of Gincrnl Grant :
"Tho sword nlnno enn cut tho way for
him through tho wlldorncss cf difficiiltici
which surrounds his cniulidacjfoi re-election."
Herein Is found tho oily reason
for keeping up n stnnding arm; of thlriy
thousand men nt n cost of fourt;-four mil
ion dollars. In I860 fifteen thousand men
wore all thnt was ncccsary to pirform nil
the service which can now be lcjitltnutely
required of tho nrmy." In conduslon he
said: "Keduce tho army, calk .bo leaks
In tho navy, curtail tbe proflti on In
dian contracts, nnd shut down tint flood
gate of tho treasury, known ns "niscclln-
ncous purposes," but let it not bostid that
a government which has shown thitlt can
afford to bo generous refuses to be Just to
those who suffered thnt It might bo pre
served. This eloquent appeal of Mr.
Meyers for justice wns nt tho same time a
terriblo nrralgnmont of Gen. Grant and '
his administration In the plainest terms.
GIRLS AND BOYS.
WOMAN AS A THINKER.
Tho Boston 'Saturday Gazette' says:
"Tho superior facility of tho female sex" In
tho power of expression has received a pal
pnblc illustration in the compositions writ
ten in the Uoiton Schools on the subject of
cruelty to animals. 'With a single excep
tion, the first prize In all thu mixed schools
or the city was urawn ity a gin. iiie boys,
on the average, are older than tho girls In
the grammar schools; but this dues not
avail to overcome mo ueuciency. ilie
erirlf. ns a rule, arrnnce their thought bet
ter and express them witii muro grace and
tlnisli ot style, kins nave mo gilt or
tho power o'f composition, by nature, in a
greater uegreo inun me omer sex. it tnu
Lo cm tli-'in wliun ninturo life is
reuehed, it is generally by the force of in
tellect and implication. -Men have excelled
women in literature, however, always, in
thu graces of ntylu as well iu in more im
portant qualities. There havu been ecores
of tho class represented by Addison and
Thackeray to onu of Unit of which Mrs.
lirowulug and Miss Kvans are example.
Whether this bs because thu female intel
lect is, us a rule, incapable of reaching thu
highest attainments, or is it to be attrib
uted to tho fact thnt thu domestic sphere of
most women prevents iiicin iroin enmpvt
Ini; up to this point, isTut-iuestion on which
perhaps there will beditterencu of opinion.
Facts, as far as wo possess them, prove
mat woman ciiiuro iiiii rueu ueai equippeu
Willi lacuiticr'. nui tails Mior; almost in
variably of attaining the goal which is
lrequently rcacneu uy her maiu compan
tlirougVlhc verfcbrie nnd ponetratod tho
cavity ot tho lat. It was withdrawn by
Prol. Vatklns vlth difficulty.
HIE MODV j
wns laktn chnrgeof by tho friends of .tho
unfortuuto girl it Ashley, nnd brought
to Louishna, whrc tlioso who went down
from this city fouid It upon their arrival.
Marriaue Oupb. Interesting work
numerous engravngs, 221 page's. Price
CO cents. dJres Dr. Hull's Dispensary,
No. 12'Nort'i Klgith Street, St. Louts, Mo.
Sco Adverthomcit. If-
T. It. Kills, pVprictor, corner 7th" street
nnd Commorcii nvenue, Cairo, Ills., Is
prepnred lo nccnmodato tho public with
board by tho daj, week or month, at lower
rates thnn nny dher first-class houso in
thocitv. Tho rioms nro nil well fur
nished, light nnikilry, good samplo rooms
for tho aceomnpdntion of Commercial
agents. Tho hoile Is locntwl In tho cen
ter of tho biislnei part of the city within
ono squaro of th post office. 4-0-tf
Iluy the ncVlru Proof Lamp chlm
ney of P. D. & Co. 4-1 72 w
Having removed my boot and shoe shop
to ibo north side of Klghth street, between
Commercial nvenue and Ohio lovce, oppo
site my old stand, I invito nil my cus
tomers to call on mo In my now quarters,
whero I stint) keep on hand nnd manufac
ture nil kinds of custom-made boots nnd
shoes, nnd gunrnnteo in the future, ns 1
hnvo dono In tho'pnst, to glvu good work,
good stock, good fits nnd perfect sntlsfac
ticn. I'iulhi" Uauoh.
Our Home Advertisers.
HTeVKM. TINWABB, BTC,
T li 13 '
To luijr the OlMiralfl
ANII 11KST HUAMTIES OK
The undersigned has for snle, nt low
price, a flno horse and spring wagon. In
quire at the Cairo Citv "Whnrfboat.
4-Mtf. " MAT. CLA11K.
HEPOUT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
AtCnIro. lothcftnleof Illinois, t the cloe or
business April rati, lST.'.
Lonns ami Discounts
U. H. Hoints to Kt-uro cir ,
V. S. Homl od liwid
Othr SiotVi., Bonds nnd
Uuelrotii HrJeeiuiui! ami
Iteserve Agents 1174,132 SJ
llu from oilier tionMl
lODks - . 20,0'C Ti
I)ue Iroin other llaokn anU
Uanktri" -t,w "
BnkinB Ilou.e -. J;.WO
Oilier Heal Estate 1 .I.O 1
Taxes I alJ -
9 t;,y r,7
r,s v to
Chf-rks d-1 other Cash
Dills ol National Hank U'.MU uj
Krfcclional Currency auJ
Meklei - l.JM 1"
Leiial Tender .Notes :MsJ (l
t 2I,I'0 17
t W.130 00
t fii:.,o-'j 10
This remit has been brought about, not
through any outside inlluenccs which have
drawn them away from the rndical party,
but because they have been repelled by
the corruption within it nnd its unmistak
able tendencies toward centralization nnJ
o.. man v. Much of thu German
w..K..on w vuu country Is Induced by
our iree iniuiuUoni. Uy u cu, 0r clti
7.ni am thesn r..t.....
Jealously regnrded thanby Um c,
der at Cincinnati, then tho bayonet, tho
suspension of the habeas corpus, millions
of money, fraud and trickery nnd another
term of four years of radical misrule; "dost
like tho picture I"
Tho senate Grant clique, in the interest
oftheir owner Ulysses havo determined
an early adjournment and will transact
business in thu following order : Deficiency
appropriation bill, houso bill to repeal,
duty on tea and coffee, pott ollico appropri
ation bill, navy appropriation bill, am
nesty bill, Morton s bill relative to inspec-
,o.n. and In nothing have u "c,ly b'YT" V" "J f " , 'T
..... b ' 8 Ul,!y tors of elections, Scott's bill giving the
riiuwu enuinent morn poinveaiy U.an 1 president ,,Xver to suspend tho writ of
in too Heartiness anu unanimity with 1 ,ll' corpus iu states lately in rebellion
which Ibey havo thrown themselves Into I Benoral appropriation bill. In tho
the liberal movement-" tho check." eav .. u' H,uU f tlielr deliberations
.' l"ucu wni mado apparent by thu
hclr great countryman, Carl Sehurz, to motion r Senator Keott to limit debate
tha first well-developed attempts toward on all amendments to appropriation bllU
Imperialism in this country."
S i; 411 71
Catiitalt'-ck I'alil in-
l'runi anil Ia"
Iiu to Htatn llanUs Ami
I C15,n'J Hi
HTA Tr. Ill- II.I.I.MJI'!, I
I. A. II. Nation), tiishier of the Oilv .Naticnal
Uauk of Cairo, ilo Miletrttily iejir that the abve
Maieiiieni is true in lae i-i (,i my KiiowieiiK
anu w iici.
A. II. "AKFOKII Ct-hler.
HiiWitld nn-1 worn to befure Iiie tln2J ilay
ui .lay, iei.
V. II. JIOKHI-i.
torreei aue-ii j
W. I IUllidsi, )
H. II, CLiKikuiuN, Ilireclo
II. I.. llAlUlMt. J
(Special! corrrspondtti o' the liulleiln.)
Cmrixiri, May I,
The Illinois delegation met in mass at
Greanwood hall last night, and after) u
stormy debate agreed to choose twenty-one
delegates; half of whom will cast their
votes for Judge Davis, and tho balance
equally for Senator Trumbull nd Gov.
Palmer. The delegates from our emigres
slonil district are D. Artcr, K. II. Pierce
and II. Winter, and aro ro'portod ns fob
lowst Mr. Pierco for Trumbull, Mr.
"WlnUir for liov. Palmor and D. Artcr
Long Jolm Wuntworth, of Chicago, has
volunteered In U tho clmmplon or Davis
and Js .urging Mi prospects lor nominal
to ...I........ . 1 '
io taeii aiH..Lr m'i.i. i-o.
eflort to apply tho gugnilul,, thu ,onito
... .uuiiBij- iei,i i,y Mes.ra. Trum.
bull, Stevenson, Casserly, ami lUmilton
of Maryland, who succeeded lu liuiUinil
.. .!........ ...I.l..... . r .i
Hlliuuuiiiviiit iu .uu rui'ju;v ui mcj npp.
priatlon, thus affording a klight tnfeguard
ngainst "Jobs." This action of tho radicals
In stifling dobato, under thu pretence of ex
pediting business, only shuws to wliat
lengths they will go lo carry out their de
signs of retaining tho government in their
HOItK HPIKH WA.NTKH
The houm yuterday rejected tho rcKrt
of the l uufuiulice commltteuou tho uppro.
priuti'JH bill us ii rebuke for their nttumpt
to emother through a i-ectlon whli-h initi
tilted iiimall army of spies, detective fir. d
Inforiiien-, who wero to havo power to pry
Into tho books of biuim-.i men and mer-
W1IY TUB MIS&OUKI 'DEJ0(;llAT' SUITOUTS
"Oath," of tho Chicago 'Tribune.' tele
graphs from Cincinnati ;
Xtie manui!ini; cmtor ot tliu .Missouri
'Democrat,' .1. It. McCultagh, tnu lata
"Mack,' tlio correspondent, uikI last pro
prietor ii tuo ueiuuel unicagu 'nepuull
can' is iu tho city.
'.Mack." nam the Ulstinguislieu renre-
sentutlvu of tbe preautit letter, "why is thu
.Missouri 'Democrat' opjiobiiig thu move
ment It htguu? It useu lo be thu lion of
tnu Tribe ol Judah, and now It coos Grant
like a turtle."
'Oil I Wo ure all opposed to Grant,"
said .Mack, "but when Uie Fistibucks got
thu paper Hi courm had been defined.
Now wo havu to keep up our consistency."
"How is Missouri going V"
".Missouri is sure tor thu candidate here.
It would votu for Sterling Pricu if he were
alive, ttiu samu way, Thai's lliu reason it
seems to mu to lm useless to tiomiualo
UruU Drown. You can havu that state
fur anyabody. You ought to put up somu
body to carry Illinois or Ohio. Those aru
thu key States, 1 don't think any of thu
candidates named aru strong enough.
Trumbull Is tint beat."
"All the stuten west of tho Mississippi,
and Kentucky und Tennessee."
Will thu Old Hunker democrats sup
port lirown if he bu nominated '"
in .Missouri, yes. uut loin llunuricks
arid McDonald, of Indiana, told mu yes
terday that they wouldn't talco Adunis.
Thuy want Trumbull or Davis."'
'What do you think of Davis'"
"Ho would get votes and bu u Whig
President. George Morgun is an ass for
Culling him up. Jim ilobinson nnd tlio
luc-ago 'Times ' cooked up this nomina
tion with Morgan. Old Davis is tho only
man named who would bleed freely fur
tho cumpalgu. He could ntlbrd to spend
$100 uOu. Tho Ibrcu of this muvemuiit
lies entirely umiing tlio supporters of
Jirown and i rumlJUII. Davis ami l'nlmer
nro trading on it. Adams don't know
any thing about tlio United States, 1
doii i iiulluve Hu over crossed tho Allegheny
mountains, no nus studied his country
men through it teletcopu at Harvard
"iiitim ' Democrat support OraiitV
w lim W"1, NYU ful" ll' hod iiiudo, and
wo will llu our t.vt in u '
wlth'!ri,!!'!1;l!'1 Ulu' " II". ml(
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With II Kloomy ntlesitlanUi, lour xiiir
lla' drurrMlun. Involualary cuiImIuii
loaaor sracn, aprriualorrlisjen, Iimsh ol
unwpr. rtlKsv hriul. Icnm ttt memitrv.
nnd IbrrMriiMl Iroprle-aco niitl Iwbe.
rlllla, Bad loverclca sure lis num.
PBrry'a Iloneopmtuln Sxil.i- .
TwrntT4lh(. Coinpose-I M tr.i- in. ..I Tuliia
b! mild and imtent Uunillie.. tnny elrike a
ood at th rooti ol the in tli i, lon ui- tie iys
tern, arrest thdl.cliarKs, tin-1 unjiirl viorsnd
nry, lile andntalltj lo ttieentue man. They
hareenred tholisan-ls iifeajen. l'rice, ; (i
.ackS(esol fliHiOlen and a laruc i vial, wlm-h
is very imiKiitant in olMtmatv or old ea.e, or fl
licrsinKli-liox. Hold hy all drusUN, aaj nenl
liy mail on iucei-t oi price, A J Jrns lliimhrey1
BoeciHc llouieoi-alliia UeUlclae Ja., Uil llr-k:
way, K. V. I. J JMUII,
Hlllo.owawiy Ai.-Jl, Uiiro, 1 1 1 1 n r. I
I'mrna Priest and Thomas W. I'rlesl. ilefenil
nnts.are notified that on April 27th, Wl, .Sparrow
. At.. I ..... , hi i '
SI . ..icKrrcuu, tuni.iHiiiHi, uir-. iiii uiii lit uiikii
eerv lo foreelose, u inotlaime. In lliu Alexandei
counly Circuit Court. Male, ot Jllinoi, and that
sanj sun ia now peiiiDt;iii Kaxicoiiri. i nai mere
iinoiittHiluimons wis isi-ued oiilnr ihoeleik'i of-
lieu olaald court axalntt you, returnable on tho
Int Monday in July neii to u i-rin or said eourt,
then to Im hidden at tha i-oiirtdiouse In C.ilro, in
nam county anu siaie. juii.- u, uaiuiAn,
Dated Aj.rll r.lli, Mi, l lerlt.
Allen, Millkey & Wheeler, Bol'ra for Cimpl'l.
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Arrireal ViiKinia B.VA b.H "
h O 11 T II K It N I I V I h I O N .
TSAlss O.UM1 eui'iHtasr,
l.enre Kdt;wood .'..:Kla. m. O,10 p, tn.
.. i t.v p.m,
.. -'. ' :
Arrive at fhaMorel'n l'
vatias ooi-i ri TlirinT,
l.envo Hlianeelowii....i;.4.'. u, m t:'-"J.
" H'lors a., 7.iJ
Arrlie at PMuhmhS I.MJ " b.-ji)
The .V.'tOa. in. Irisin fiom IMfWurlh rllriN nnlv
Monda)!-, Wednesdays and Kndays, and Ihe.Vlj
u. in, waiu iiuiii riiawncL-iowii t.n iueuayit,
Thiirilay and nlurdays.
I'ounecUat Ashlaud with Jl'.LsonvllV di vjaiori
t l ChieK aui Alton Hailroa-I, lor .la'-ksonville,
Ivt'iHbur, Max.n City, and nil oiiil west.
At nprinutiehl, with Chicago ai.d Alton, and
Toledo, Wuliasli und Wiiniin Kailroad, lor
iiiooiniiigion,i.iiiiiao nun an poiuis north, irirlh
viest aii-1 west.
At I'-oh, with II. Indiana and HI, I.enii., and
llliufjis Central railroad, lor nil polnla mil, aoiilh
At Kdwoilli with Chicago dltltion Illinois Cen
1 1 Klora with Ohio Hnd Mlsalsiilppi railroad.
At fitwneetoun with aleamhoiita for Cincinnati
I'li-liieah, Cairo and HI. Louis.
Jons KoooiTT, fJi-u'l KrVt and Tieat-t A't.
11. T. GEHOUL1);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
a ilia m
(iu Fitter' and l'lumtr' material. Woo
pumps, Klol and an(jlw valt.s, slop
cocks, check valves, lc.
also aaaar roa
Tulla Brelbcni ratvut Dry 6aaMtr
ind Mnrelisuse, Wells k Co'a Automatic Wstei
Indicator and Hupply Valve ror steam boilers.
WINTKK's BLOCK, COM M KKCIAL-A YEN t
LOUIS JO KG ENS EN,
I)aler is all kinds or
STAPLE AND FANCY
Isrntr'i Vara sail Htakllas;
U WITHOUT ClIARUK.
Cor. Wasbington-av. and Tvrentitli-st.,
P. M. STOUKFLETII,
ccctMoa to ronit a srocarnta
Rrrllfvr aad WRolmale Dralcr la
w rr a; u mmm duiucviic
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. G2 Ohio Levkk,
'HniiDS 'O 'J
DOOM, NAHM. ETCi
Rkernson hand eonstanilr a full slock ol
Old Keuluckr llourhon. Kvr and Monenu-
Whiskies, French Ilrandies, Holland (iio,
Hhme and California Wines
WM. II. SOHUTTEll,
linpurtcr aatl fUsolraala Ilaaler la
Agent fur Ui Ix-at brands of
CHE AM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Alra of UlaTcrcal lalasia.
75 Ohio Levee,
, ' you aoinclliiiii., J )..'(
to go up
ir ....... i i .i v,usiH!eK
reply: Uo Is n nonliow uf ju.ii,... m .... t.'
ot tlio suproino court. H u the ,,, w, u
mado Llnco In s riouiinutlon aurn l,v r.,.,,,i.
Iblilng liU dubatu wltli Duiiluk, guttliii.
up tliu Cincinnati, Columbus mid Now
York spcocli occasions tor J.iueolu, nm)
sondlnf a Hell Wadu doli-Kntlon tn (.'blr
SALE OF HEAL ESTATE.
WnraiiN, on the 'MU day of Anicusl. A. l.
mu, 'Ihouias II. Kill, and Klitn Kills,
Ilia wile, nnd Henry II. Kills, nnd Ottilivl,
(sinned Otlio Klhs) hla wife, executed and
ttcknoulediied, und dulivered to Mlko .Mc
Caiiley iicerlaln inorliraKe conveying to eaid Mlko
Nl-uailiey i-enHiii reii m v. pi.timn me umj wi
no, o, an in ine ciiy oi iiini, Also 101a nuill-In-red
21 and r in l.l wk No. UI ill tho 1st a Idltlon
to thucitv of Cairo: losecuro the iiaimentol two
certain proinissory notes in raid iiioitjKn -
iM:rio.-ii, uoiii oi i-ven nam wiuiaani itioiifaR,
ouenoto fur t"7), puvaliln two uionlhs after date,
and tho oilier rom for t7.l, payable four moniha
afier date, which notiis havo ii'U l.een paid, nor
has either of Iheiiiuruiiy purl Ihereol heou paid,
And whereas, It it utipulalitil in aald liiorlKnn,
that II default lai ina-ii- in thu pnyinent of aal I
n.des, ahoie inenlloncd, or any part thereof,
uci-ordiiiK to the tenor and clloul tlienof, tho
said puny of the kt-uond r t , allorliavinK adve-r-tise-l
Mich mil- for thirty days in a
newspaper putlislied In the city of
Cairn. lllinoia, miiy Hull thn aald
prt-inlca or nny part II.. roof, and ill rlnlnand
- j 1 1 1 1 y nl reieinitioii nl llm nid partlea of the
first pari, at pul.lle vendue to tho highest hidder
for cash at tliu llino anpoinled in uucliadvoiti.
iiienlt nnd iiil mal.liiK aucli sale, a lliu attor.
ney of said parlies nil ho tlrat part, or in llm name
filihesaid parly ol Hie locond purl, ahull execiitn
hikI deliver to Hi piiruhaaer deeds for Hie con.
veyanou infi-uol lha piemlscaaold i And whereas
the Mild promissory notes have not, nor has
either or any part then "f l-eeo paid i
Now, llieiefiirii, 1 1 hi aald Mike tlcCuuley, party
nf the second part aaine-l in Hind moiluage, In
pursuance of the provisions (hereof, dn hereby
t-lve mdice Dial on H.liirduy, May Dili, A, l. IS72,
iH-lweeii Hie hours of leu n'clooK a.m. and one
o'clock ii, in, o that day, at llmlionl dour oflhc
Court House, In lh eily of Cairo, Alexiiider
county, alntii id' Illinois. I will idler It.o Ion of
i"iinii ni-rein aionu uewi men, ami each or
(him for sale at piil.lic vcinlue lo the liixliet hid
der for i-ii.h.lo autivly said nolim, nnd will ent
ente deeds to puivliaBeracouveviii(i h lille in fee
k"ii ''r,''l"l'," "olJ " l'ro'dcd lu said inuri.
.. ' , MIKRMcOAIU.KV, MorlKUe,
loeeu iji.r, Alloiney lor MorUaKee,
S'I1M iMip,, April U, UTi,
ILLINOIS CEN11AL RAILKOAJ).
100 MIIcn Ilie Miorlntlltuiilc
KlKbty MIlPNllioHtiorlest Houto
NO CIlANOK OF CAIIS
KKOB CAIK'i TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
OFLY ONF CHANGE OF CAKS
FltOM CAIItO TO
Ciiii-lnnnli, IndianaiiolN, Toledo,
(letroll, Cleveland, Niagara Kails,
lliiltalo, I'lllshiuir, WttDlilnKtnu,
llultiinme, I'hiladelphia, New York,
Uontoii uud all puiuta ciul,
31 II mik le, Junesvllle, Madison.
LaCrosse, Hi. I'aul and nil points north
1 1ns is alio Die only direct route to
Decatur, Ulnnnilngton, Hpiiiixelil,
1'iorla, C-uincy, Keokuk,
llurliUKlon, Hock Hand, 1-it Halle,
Meitdolu, Hisun, hreeporl,
Ualena, lliiliiiqili., hiuui Oily,
Oiuiiha and all pidnta northwest,
Klcinnt Druwlni? Room Slooplni; Curs
On nil Night Trains.
Ilnilisgo Cheeked in all Important points.
Kor llckela and luformiition, apply to I. C. U.ll.
dttpotit nirn) on hoard Hie transit ateamer lie
tweou Cnlumbiia and Cairo, uud al Hie prlni lpil
railroa I ticket nfth-ea tliroiiifhout thu aoiilh.
W. PiJllllN.MlN.Gen'lPasa. Aic't, Chlcaio.
A. Mm III 1 1, tien'l. Hlip't. Clilcauo.
.1. JOHNSON, Arj't, Cairo.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol avery deacrlpUen,
LATH, SHINGLE, CKDAR POSTb,
DOOUS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished ea ahorttst notice.
Comuiercial-ar, bet. 10th and llfh-sto.,
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DKPOTj
13J TENTH STREET,
Dor, Mk.Bllada, M aulas;,
FraaSM, rimoftmg, La Ms,
NblaslM. Olaafd Ha, UlaatMl Midas
IJs;iiU, 49laad Traauni,
Mask Wcl(lits, lUab l'Blllra nasi Cards.
Bllad raustcalBBa, Roeilsi
rll, Hottflas; tucat, Bsiaslerlaa;
rapcr, Varart Vltif
ad. IJHasMl Oil, Ataarlcaa -Wiadow
Cilaaa, KbcIIbU aadrrcacli
Plata Olaaa, Putty, UlasUr'a Palata
war riaca Paliral t'klmavya. .
AOENTH for Rock Itiver Paper Company's
healhlliK Kelt aad Wuarti Cemont.
li. W. Joha'a Improved Hoorlnf always on
J. t - m
4JU49K, COBUK.N' 4k CO., Ag'ta.
ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC
Noa. 710,717, 71 U At 741 Indiana Avenue,
(Near Fourteenth street),
1IODART, DWELLK & CO., PROl' RS
1". M.-Wholeaale Trade only solicited.
For Sale at AVholesalo or Re"11
CORNKtt 32l)-HTUKKT AND OHIO LVKR
Fine Cut Chewing,
Kweet Home '
I.I8TOK FACTORY PRICKS i
A and I'
UEUKSIUllES ! UEUKHHIllfb 1 1
I All BREEDINa and have for sale pin, 0f
this, heat breed of Hofi, nt fZS a pair, not kin
No e xirs charge lor coop or lecd for the ir n,
Orders sn,elaijy K. TICH.vOU.Hi. jj0",,( jfP;