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THK BULLETIN.
JOIItfll OMBiUT, Kdltiirand I'ublfitfr.
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O, week, by rtfir, - '
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ids inoutn. Iijr Mail, i2
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till montin,
TIIC HOLLA WEEKLY llULLKTIN.
it nlrlr A Co. hut rrdurr.l the sub
,i tlplion tine ni tli Weekly Cairo lliillelui l
tii MirptrinuiJM.'mtklar; It llie'rlit!""!
r published lu Southern Illinois.
THE KEY A'OTJi-
from llio tiionlnnpous Impulses of tliu H'r- ! Hu. Piirtlou tno for thcsn word's of warn-
..t I...I Ut . 1 . il. .. I., ... ... I 1.... .ml n... ...il .. . t ....I.. lit
mar in i m u . i'iiiiniii iuu .mgii . ji'i" ink .invnj , a mii nvuouy will
pectatlont brought I'oilh ly thefciioiitilni!- think? thorn mbtilncoJ KV frifrjnly lionc
,.,. Y ...... 1 i.l., k ... J IbnlUlu. ,..i,lA.,f?..,,i-.lllliJ. .1..'. .'.II
Wiolliiij'ilionwow nvtupnftn In vnln
3 kodw tihnt ftevftimVti: MrtM'' Irom llio
tHll, JpuW t'.wial. bi-t for
tmirr-nuolry,ntti1''lhti I4n-t,f,?hi to ynn
TIIE OAJRO DAILY BULLETIN SV XI) A Y,
New Attvcrliscmeitts.
op.kat
spkkch or
sawn'..
SK.VATOK
1 1 vi:
khk'iojmc and
doctuini:.
I
On taling bis seat m jirciilent of llio
CJnrintiall Convention Senator Si-liur..
laid
XnboJy cna stirvoy tins vnst nrnl ciithu
tiasllc iw:inb1y, gathered from every part
i.f tlu lte)itblic, without mi eiimttuii of
htonihinent nnd hope ii'lotiishiuuht, eon
tillering tho sponlnneity of the impulse
which lifti brought ll together,, nrnl hope,
ronldcrliigtlio great purposo tor wlneh it
)m wr-L Tho republic limy well vuiigrut
nlatu Itself upon tlio fact Hint such n tnePt
inC was polblc Look nt tlio circum
stances from which it ha sprung. Wo
ce tlio American people, Just issued from
a great ami (uccetsfu) rlrtigglu nnd in tliu
full priJn of their national strengbt, tlircnt
cued with new evils and danger of an in
mJiioii tiatnri! iiiul the musses of tliu pop
ulation apparently not nwaru of them.
YVc tec
JU1IDCKV AND COIillUl'TlU.V,
stimulated touniliual audaeity by Ihu op
portunities of n protracteJ civil war in
vading the public service of tliu govern
ment, ns wull ua almost all movements of
the social body, ami we see a public opin
ion tnokt deplorably lenient in its Judge
ment of public utid privatu dishonesty j vu
see the government indulging iii wlintoii
diregnrd of tliu laws of the laud and re
main;; to during ii-Miin;.lin!n cl'J
I'.SI'ONSTITUIIOXAI. l'OWKK,
unJ we H'u the pcpl, iippurelitly at leal
acquiescing with iccl.lets levity in tliu
irmngreions threutcning the Very life of
our fu-a institution!. We reu tbotu in au
thority, with tyrannical inoiileliee, tlinut
the Imud of puer thiougb tliu vurl ma
chinery of the public turvicu into local
aim puituu uuuir-, ami ecu hhi iiiiiiiiucru-i
bio mass of their adheralil'. accept tli'esu
fiicroachmentt upon their iiidcpcndencu
without protest or resentment. Alon in
the highot plnce of tliu republic employ
their power and opportunities lor selllsli
LdMUituct'. thus stlmulatlnt! tliu dumoruli-
lation ot oir political lifu bv their con
spicuous example, wliilu ihu toadurtes of
partisau ycophancy drown Ihu voices of
honest criticum. SVe e part of our com-
uioii country, whicli liaU neon convulsed
ny a dliastrout rebellion, ino't unovouly
(ufTurini: Irom tlio couseriuuiicei of tint
civil wur, and tliu liatiglily tpirit of powor
rcfuiing to lift up llio.'u who hud gonu
utiray, wuuaru now fullering tiy u p.jliey
nits hntiusp', nnu vou.iMy.not ohlr havefl
lost n grout opporttlltv?5 butfVoii hnvr ,
struck n blow nt tlio cOnllMiice llio people
Imvo In thcmselvot, ami for, a Mng.Unie
popular reform hfovorrtcnl will" noffNu
again under thn wriglit of tho dl'cledit
which you will bavo broiiglit upon tlicm.
It is po"lhlo if wi do not rim to llio
I'fl.l. IIIOIIT of of It IlfTV
il is pQiblo if, InslJiid of following tlie
K'rand iitipulfc of tho popular heart, v
utlompt to control and uso this inovemciit
by tho old tricks of political trails, or
fr'illcr nway our r.cal In suifill ', bickerings
And mcnu,K'llilt nspirntfo'hs. Wo'lmvo
come togotliut to glvn shape, point and
practical productive lorco to this great
upheaval of
TIIK 1'01'L't.AU CONSflKNCr..
lit U our Ini'lness 'to lay dpwrKccrlaiti
lirinclple's nr.il jiropositiotis of policy, "nnd
wo hnvn to present to tho suffrages of tho
people for tho highest olltccs of the repub
lic those who, if elected, nretocarrv tliotu
principles and proportions Into living re
ality. As to our platform, wu shall bo
wlso enough n keep our mind on lho.u
things which tho republic stands iiint Im
meiliiitely in tho need of. The very fact
of our having coino together i proof of
our substantial agreement. Let us only
in what wo promise lo the people, bo hon
est nnd straightforward, nnd not attempt
to client those whom wo nk to follnw our
lead by deceitful representations.
AS To TIIK MUX
whom wo shall procnl for tho high execu
tive ofllce's of the government, let us, 1 en
tiealyou, not loo night of thn fet that
great reform', tho overthrow of inveturntu
abuses nnd tho establishment of a better
order of tilings, nro not accomplished by
mem iiromi.-cs nnd declarations, but re-
iiiiro the wlo nnd energetic action of
lntcinuh. 1! this u to Lie tiuly u retorui
movement, nnd if it bo not merely on
paper, it must bo embodied in tlio ir.un wu
entrust to redeem Ihu spirit of reform to
.......it....! ....!.... II- i . I
I'ini'tHiii nciioo. ii you Avani 10 i.oow
iiow reforms nro not executed. look nt
tlicHu How in power. You will loudly ex
cel llieiii in profusion of hioh soiiikIIiil'
lirofesioii!', and you will never excel them
in thu urt
HOW NOT TO 1)0 IT.
Keform uiusl beeomu u cursu in tlu:
bauds of thixc who do not understand !!.
or do firtt cum for it. lllybn liiean ruforni
entrut thu work to mini) hut thu'o who
undcntnnd and honestly do care morn for
It than their own personal end'. J'ardon
me if I imprest myujf on this point with
freedom and frnnkuc!. 1 hnvu not, I w
suro voil, count hero for thu purpo-u of
urging thu claims or advancing llio Inter
ett of any onn initli ligalnsl all other". I
hnvu come Mere Willi -Ulcere and
of
LNOKimtOUS l-llOhUKHTION
Al thu tame lime a reckless und greedy
puny spirit, In tliu nnmu oi a great organ-
Uauoii, uionni-tl Willi UiO lau'rcla ut irioi-i
oils achievements, nro striving to jinlliatu
mm juiiny mo uroiiL'i ana ulniu's
AHDENT UEVOTIOS
to u cKUSi',(nnu lo uso iijy iel .endvivors
to bavo'tliut cau'u put uuJ'jr Uiu curu of
men who aru devoted to il wttli equal sin
cerity, and who po-e-s tbou ipialllien of
mind and heart wlilen will iiiiiku Itsalu in
llieir keuping. I cnrueslly duprecatu the
crv wu havo beard b frequently, " Anv-
bolv lo beat (Jraut. There is soiuctliiiu'
more wanted than to bttat Grant. Wu do
not merely want anotlmr-but Wu want u
better prentdent lliau wu now havu. Vo
do not waul a mere change of persons in
llio iidmluialratioii ol ihu covcrnment.
Wo waul thu overlhlow of ti pernicioii'
iyitiim; wu want thu eradication ol ll.i-
grant alm-et ; wo want Ihu inlii'lon ol c
loltier moral spirit into our political or
giini"!!! ) w.t want u government which tho
belt peoplu ot tliu country will lis proud
of. IN'ot atiybiidifcAu nccomplUh that, aiiil
Ihitreloru nway wun me cry
"VYlflllY Til IIBlT OKANT.'
a cr.v too iiarttv. too tin worth v of thu ureal
to J enturiiilzo in wiiicii wu aru ciiifnud. 1 do
i . i . . . . - . .
ktiHe thu moral sunso ol thu peoplti, arid to
unve ineiu ny n lyrannical jiarty Uitcip
line, not only to tubuiit to ibis lor thu
pre-ent, but to rKtrnetuate it, that thu Do
litical power ot the country May bu pre
served in tho hand ot lho-u wlio hnvu
lately po-essed it. Ho who calmly und
iinpurtiully has surveyed litis spuctaclu
caunoi mil to no uvvpiy uiarniud, not only
U the wrotiirs that liavn been nnd are be-
ing perpetrated, but nt thu oiibjugations of
lue jiopuiur pirii which uocs net risu up
agoinsi iiirui. ne quosiiiin might well
lave been iiKeu: Jiave thu American
jieojile beeomu so utterly
j.vrjirrenc.vT to Tiitiu tkuk i.ntkiiksi).
to their national harmoav, to tho iniritv of
. l . i .1 :. : i nr.. .'i... . .r .
ii. cir jioiuiuiii mo, w iuu integrity oi tneir
free institutions, to flic very lienor of thu
America!) iiamu that they thould permit
themclve to Lo driven like ii Dock of
sheep by those who assume to lord It over
them That question has now found an
answer. "'oi'' The virtue, tho spirit of
independence, the lovo of liberty, tho re
publican pride of the American peoplu
.re not dead yet j nor do thuy mean to die;
thu tDswer is given In thunder tone by
the convention of American peoplu hero
assembled. Those Who mouths ago ilrt
raised their voices, did o with thu ubld
ini; faith that their appeals could not re
main long without response; but the vol
ume ofthat rtiK)ii?o has now far exceeded
Ibeir anticipations. Thu
CKl'ftTOr NAKItOW I'ltEJ UDICK,
of elfish jiartisanship which, but yester
day itcmitd to stop every frco puleatlon
of tie popular heart, it niiddenly burt
aunder. Thu patriotic citizen rises nbovo
tho parlUan. Wc begin to brvatho again
asireeiuen, wo dare again to call things
by their right names ; we Imvo onco moru
tho courage to break through tho deeep
lions with which the public mind has been
befogged; we feel onco more that ourcon-
latum of. right und wrong are our own,
and that our votes belong to the countrv.
I Inn v, deflantly ict our senu of dut'v
againvl the arrogance of n powur. I.il'u
IH'OLE IILAST OK UOOMMJAV,
tho summons U refunding north and
south, eatt and wc.t; thoeotncicncc o( thu
Jioopir, which leeined dead, ha uri.tn
irom every point of thu comiiuis: iioit
ur flockine: together, and hero we are. i..i
me hope, witli fuarlutdeUriniiiaiion to do
our whole duty to tho country. H would
seem UMay nt If nothing could with.tnnd
movement m lrrei
Indeed, tho breath of
very ulr which mrruuudi
tory will not escape from our grasp if wu
.n n uu w uur miiaion, uui you mui
.,ll. ..II H..V ...... V' ' '
...in i. ii iuu icrvor oi un.XIOUS Miri!CllieS!.
Wo stntid on the thrushold ol'n great vic
tory, und victory will surely bo ours If wo
truly Ucervo it.
wim,
A ili'consolnlo reporter mourns that
thu circus band devoured by lions, the
nursi! of Washington, and tho girl who
fulls heir lo f.'OO.OOO, nro very scarce for
April, l'robstbly owing to the backward
eason.
Tho fenior IJunnolt, ol tho Now
York 'Herald' i "b year old but Is mill
oblo to draw liis $220,000 iricomo with ns
llltlo fatlgno n4"motl men of liIs"ngo'cnn
cut four cords of wood and walk forty-l.'vu
miles to thu polls in n duv.
A cockneytotirisl met with n Scotch
lii'sle goingljarefootcilf towsTrd'CJlosgow,
"I.ussipaiiid'he "I should'ntd toknow
if nil tho ponpldj inthfslpartgo barc
footud?" a"l,artoa?'c'hi'do", nndthu rest
mind sheir own business," wsislhef father
settling'Tcply' j (
Ilurlliigton lniricd'ii.bahy, and this is
iW upilaill :
llcneath this stone our baby lays,
Ho neither cries or hollers ;
Ho, lived just onu und twenty day;,
'Aiid.c'ost us, forty dollars.l " '.
ltoyal ladie in Jiuropo. cannot govern
their own health. Thn empress of Austria
Is consumptive HA; cnlpress Lfflhfisia suf
fers Irom gout nnd dropsy of the- hum I,
tho empress of (jcriniiny Is u victun lo
ihuumalisui, tliu queen of Holland i sub
ject to frequent ills of liystunu, thu queen
of J'ortiignl Is u coiiflrincd.iiivniiduhd llu
queen of Uuiiiiimk U deaf. .
A man, on ihu day ho becamu a hun
dred years old, went lo have n pair of
shoe' made, remarking that la" wanted
Uiein.buill iilituiitinlrwitli pluuty of liob
nails. The thopkueper suggested that he
might not live to wear such u pair of
shot out, when thu old mail retorted that
hu commenced this onu hundcud year.- it
good deal ftronger than he did thu Inl
one.
-A lay woman in Providence, n milli
ner, by ll ado, but iKiVertlH-less a favorite
exhoiter at tho evening meetings ol thu
uleel, thus gave her reaons for her be
lief in the uxlttencu of u Suprelnu lieing ;
"hi'ters, 1 am just as confident that tlicro
is a God us I am that thuru aru bonnets in
Paris; nfid Unit 1 know for curtain, ns I
yesterday received from tlicru a choico
ii-sortinent of thd most fttshionahlo 'styles
which I will tiim with moru tntu and sell
lower than any milliner in thu city.''
ftTAVM.'MN fTAWk, knt,
1
BIGHT PLACE
Td liny the Celehraltil
'!,!
AND I1KST QL'AMTIKM OK
SHEET IKON,
V E N C E W 1 R E
ANIl ALL KIND" OV
TINEItS' STOCK
AT TIIK Vi:itV
LOWEST PRICES
IS AT
012 ami (514 North .Main .Street,
i:ccNlor
KT. LOUIS, .MO.,
Hli'rooin of l!.e
Miiiiuliiel Ill-ill); 'oiiiiiiny.
not kirtigglu for tho mcro punishment of
an opioucnt, or a temporary euu of
pour. Theru is to inn a tiling nq Jess,
nay, mine important even 'than our nie
ce; in this campaign, and that U that the
Amuiicali people shall not bo disappointed
in tho fruiti whicli our victory is to bear.
If wo should fail to select men who will
carry out the
HK.VUKICK.NT UKHlll.US WE rONTKJII'I.ATK
then, let mo rny boldly, it would bo better
had this movement never beuii undertaken.
for thu continuance of tho.'o in nowcr.
thoe who iioses it now. Would mean
only u reformatory movement deferred
imd iinopiortiinity still coming, while our
failure now would mean n great reform
movement uhk.to thu level, of u farce: u
great opportunity loll, and tl.u hope, of
ihu peoplu, turned into dlscouriiL'umeui
and di'gusl. f.et us dlsc-nrd at last thu fa
tal eiror into which pinny ecem to have
fallen, that no statesmanship is reuuiredto
conduct ihe.nllairs ofn great government.
l candidly ouliuvu llio peoplu aru waning
up to tliu truth, lor. unluti l greatly mh-
talio thu spirit or tliii day, what thu peo-
lie now most ourueilly demand if, not that
mereuood intentions, but that a superior
Intelligence coupled with
bUI'KltlOK VI Iff UK,
thould guide our atl'airs; not thnt merely
an noticii nini jiopuinr man, lull that n
statesman ho put ut thu head of our gov
ernment. In selecting candidates for
ollicc, politicians aro accustomed to dis
cuss the question Of availability. What
does availability mean In our eaau ? Let
us louk tor llio best men wu hnvu, und,
among thu very btut, let us select tho
strongest. The people houcttly desire a
thorough reform ot our government;
thuy want not onlya change, but a chdugu
lor thu Duller; tuuy wiiui uio thereloro
to bo u-urcd that jl will bo for tho better,
And that thu bu.-t cnudidalu U likely lo bu
tho most available. If wu present men
to tliu stitl'rngu of thy peoplu who.-o char
acter and name appeal 'to thn loftiest in
stincts and aspirations of the patriotic
citi.on, wo shall liavo on our b-idu that
which ought to be, and l trust will bu, thu
ruling arbiter of political Contois.
tiii: coxm.'Iksci: or tiii: nation.
If that bo done, then success will bo
curtain; then wu ('an uppeal to the minds
und hearts, to llio lolllct ambition ol Ihu
people. With these arguments and en-
wfcaites, which call spring only from u
eiear conviction of right, then we shall not
our
iara-
honestly M .rl; for thu Ut' intorosts or
thu country In U,l, Kt,,u ulld w,.Hm ,..u
JtKPOHT OF TIIK CONDITION
sir nit
CITY NATIONAL -JANK
OP CAJCIRO.
Al Cairo, iu lliu.-lulf of, Jiiinoin..m ll,e. iioe of
bllM'uiw, Apiil iuu,, It7i, ,
l.ooi and l)ii'(inuls.....M... . ..i
(llrtilrnlli. . ,, ,
I' . Itniijn lo teuri in-
I'lihiliiHi
V .1 llomN on Imii.I
uthxr blwks, lien, I- mi,
.MnrliiaK-
DlK-lrulll lil-ileelllllli; Ulel
lleservi- An-"!" 171 ,ir. H
line Irom otlii'i NiIiouhI
lliiilo , 'Ji,iii 7:i
im ir.nn outer luiiiio. iiini
llmllieri S.,15'1 'Ji
"e-oriivrrnj T3' .oisrjnzr. -co
H. HOUPT,
PHACTIPAL WATC II M A K 1511,
rAiun, fi.i.i.voiH.
A fine slocl: ot Wslchc-, Clool.., .lent try, hlel
Hii.elasiM 1'iirli' iilar iitlsnllou ' j;iv, n In nil
kU,''iontxhrriiA'rii')UTIitt.JliU!iiariiiLii,'ii
isil to enll mel compiir .ru'.. nuj plnir)p. folf
niti'Ml l.ir Kull .iinliiHiuini'a rleliiiiliM M.itel i ,
A u line wuli'li lliy are tqiml lo Itii), uml 11-
Celle.1 lijf t.nne III llli HlAlSll. I rlllfltllill
w.Ui lie- j -tvialt fr.uii any iIosikii, .'i-l.lil
- -t-tt TH - -.MIH4'i:i.l.A.t:OUN.
UAUKJiUj k . BL A.K K,
IlillklllN; j
WALL l'APER, PAINTS,
I'lilly, lUiiiliic, SJimolliiiv ''
vriWDOW GLASS.
WINDOW riirAt)Ka,
An.l 1lio"c(lcl)fnlf J:lllilinliiatlnx
AUHOHA OIL.
IlltOxS lilMMiINU, COIt. llTII-ST. A
MKUCIAL-AV.,
COM
(Jaiho,
Rtiv'jiar
TI.MN0I!.
i z
V .,1 ill HI
is.irnr."
ii,:iisi7
i.j-ii ;n
,g coutd withstand . vk .Ulr,f r,B''tj 1" '
iTt.bly in.priring. 'u !4 u ,'.,,r Mi''.,.,,,rt. l "' '
victory la in thu K f?"', wr iw
dt us and that vie. 1 . ' 5 Vatl' divi-lon ; who de
u honestly m u.rl; lor tin. .,...' -....
-.- uui uiiaaioii, uuv jou must 1 4llttll wulcunm uttl.'i... ..u
bear w th me. if In al.iwi. ...r ..f ..nii.u.i..,,. ,,.UKu!"" w'',trut.-tiiWi iireeliiiL'. 11
whn our l,.n. -.- i t.. . I ' """ '.i:r.-ttt (,l,.o. wl..rHi..r
oarea to you a word ot to. ,....
HATH lil! 11
AKV.
Then wo thall successfully )vercr 1,,,. .1.,..,.
oV,. . .,,ow ''."t u, ,
mrre iii.-iiiiiiivmiii iiihi Till
burnetii. Wa Julvu u iTarnl onnOrtuiittv !
uoioro u; grand ml full of promise. Wu
can
CUfall CVHHUtTIOM
it.6ur publiq qoiicoriisj wo can give tho
republic Ptire und Lonelt covornent: wu
ran revive the autliority of tho laws; wu
Urn
griml eii.
ill.
Velilti.ii 1 ,1 ,111.. . ...II....I....
I pulnled and greedy iiolitlcians. will "i".!i"i
lialliiles nt our feet; for we i,
deiiiouttrutcd by our nctinn ilmt
can rwtoro to full vfonr thu coiistituiioiiMl culded by thh puresfnnJ lurtu outrlrtti.. ..
saieguaru 01 our iioeruci ; wh can tntuie moiiycr. j.ei 11 ursjusu as iniworthy of
.niKBur mural spirui mm our political 1 inehv iiinuipuiuiioiK b
life: wo can reanimate' in thu heart, of whwu to Uiu. ijetrlmejit of the republic.
-1 . 1 .- . . .1-. 1 ....iti,.,.i i.,..if... 1: . . .
tub wnoiu neoine. in ovary seen on 01 tu iiiihvi ooum.ijuvu u ireque.iitiy been
land, ft frftternal and proud national feel- controlled. Let us. in tho facu of thu
Ing. Wis can do all lhU,.tUt wo uiu do K'est things to bc'utaonipliUicd, ri.o above
ll.iiiliini; llnme
Oilier Ileal IM.lfe
t'urrfut l!peui..
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ClicrliH aiel other nh
llsins V.Mi'Zi
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Krfcuttonal Currency and
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STATH OF ILLINOIS, 1
Ai.Kxt.Mitii mii'Mir, ) -
I. A. II. Sallonl. (jislner (.1 (lie Ctlv Nuticiml
lljiik ol' Cairo, do toleiiuil. .e.r ilmt the utm.-
.I.lltliielit In line. I llili U-rt ut luy l.liOHlrJjJe
and luliuf.
A. U. i-'AKK01!l Cjsliier.
nnlt'ciilri-il and oru Id before ni thiniiJ
ol Mi.y, ten.
TV. II. JlllKIU-i,
Notary I'liblii.
Correct allesl
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It. II, Ci nsisuiMti, v Diri-clois,
II. I.. lUlltlllT. J
dy
TJUKTV-SLVKXTH ltKPOHT
ol llio roiiilition of the
FJUST NATIONAL JiANJv
-u K
CAIRO, ILLS.,
At liieel..e i.l lll.llil ., ATll IVIll, IS7
HUSUIlltClN,
Iihic) nnd Di.coiials. ....... t
Oveiilrsllx -
II. M.bouils In sceillti ell-
calsliiiu
U.n. lioiuU iiu-l ei-.tiiil.i-.
on liiiiel -
Ullier lixl.i", liuuili uud
iiKiiliiave.
I uu from l. miu lidiiK uiu
Kesurlo Aae'l.....
lii. liotn other riiltou.il
lUnks
hint I nun IiiiuUkA IHukern
Hi ul Kslule
ruiiiiliirnand t-ixluies
i.'iurenl hxjielise.
..-11 lieui., in. iuui,,, .!-
I.llo lllli.....,
lux.-, cuiii...'.. j.i. , ,' '.'
Cii im huml Iii eoiii i 1.7 1" '17
l-Ullilli ) ., tti I ii -.'I
hS.iis at
r.t
al.joi no
n.'iu I,
10,'.Mj III
v:!,lsl 71
rS.h2l 73
i,n ji
it,M U7
J.7U8 IU
.', !.'.7 i!S
(i.i IO
1,1b: 71
4l,Wt IC
CiplUI MeiU ...
r..lnue,
luleie.i. M,
I'luM li let a..J
i.iAii'i.nir.
a .vi it 'i
sil'iT
$ '-tJ,OI J tL'
f O0,lJ.I (i(l
it only If throwing behind us tho' tellhli
spirit of political trash, wo Obey the jurc
at and lofiiost insplralluiu of ihu popular
uprising which sunt ut nvru grunt op-
jortunlly.. It i nt grwt ut thu jioblett
ambition might deilic, but equally jj.ttat,
nay, to my mind, fearful Is
, t tut. 'Kr.isi'O'iainiurv fc
ll- lirlngi with It. An opporiunUy like
thlt ia momentous period In thu httiory
of BMlon; mi uprising of thu people will
not cccur every day, fur It mint spline
all petty cons durations. '..r.,,nl f.I..,V
slilp nnd statu pri lu aru noblu sentiments
Jfot what is pcrsnhiil'frlend.hlp, whut it
ttata pridu compured with
TIIU UllKAT HVTY
we owe to our common country, and the
nwful reiiponiibillty lu.iing upon our ac
tion At aonslblu men wukiiow Unit not
overy ono of us cun hu grulltled by thu
choice of hit faV0rilo many of u will
has u to bu disappointed; but in tltU tol
eiiin hour our hmirts should know but one
luvorilu uml that Is thu A uieilcun lepub.
tlllenl lion Ollt.Uti.lliiJ..
Due id Nutiund It ink..,
luJividllnl U4iiihUi.,
STATU OP II.I.I.NOW, )
Coiaiv or Aijxtmiiii, '
-y 6,1.7; n
T l Ml
S7 7.'.
M7,Hj7 u
iwv.W sj
I, C. N. IIUKhes, cnahit-r of t tit- Hrt nalinnM
II Hi!, ( L'allu, dOotelllli)' .v.esl III. I ,B i,l,.(.
lJtjini'lil ii ilme lo llie Im.t ol in) lielli I.
L. N. 1 1 1 ' . i 1 1 1 " -I . I n.lii...
Sllli.ITil.eil lill I SHOtll III Ll lule lliulliia IJ.lil.iv
ulie I Mtfsf.l
CIIAS. (.I'N.NIMillAM,
fi'oliiiy 1'iil.lle
l, III SI', )
Itn.l W .MllllK,
II Mills. j
liuulor-i
W00D1 WOOD I I WOOIMI
Tin- iinilersi'iie. mil fiirni-li
JIAK1) ANL DRY WOOD
Ah 'Iiiiii, II tint t'lirniti-r
!
loin liny oo.l denier ill dim. I.i-utc unli t
ill lie ltiM;ut tint I'lislnWqenn.l si JCcif ii.hI
Turd, nil Oinllicrr l:ll ulelllle, brlvteell 'IVlillf All. I
iHelllh .Ireel., Cairo. Illllinl.. I tote juiiil
inenkiire uml v d conl Hut rioml ii. ifili'-in I.
niiKlo-ll liKNNLS IIAI.KV.
NUllVOUS DiJUILl'I Y,
Willi Hu Kloomy itllciiiliiolN, luti stilt-.
Us' liri-sinii. In voluulary mission,
loss of keuicii, kHTiuiilori-liii-it, loss ol
pourr, tllxay lieiul, loss ol ineinorv,
mill llirculriiol liiiiirlt ncc nini IiiiIms
i'IIIIm, uml ii lovcrclKii t ine in iimu.
plircy's lloiiicoillilit Npxiic .
Tttcoly-rlcht. (Joiiiiocd ol t'eiin.ii vnlini
li!e iiilln Hti.t ioleiit CiirnllV(, lite) Hike
iiOile at the rrinls ol thAltmU i iniiie n I o ryt
leiii, nrrrst iliodisrliHrites, ami mii il vijorsni
.nersy, hie and vitality Uiliu-enllie tasii, Tliey
liuTe etircd lliiilihHinli nfeii oh. Price, (5 oei
I'HcUsfe.ol fttcliOies and a lingo fi M, itlnel,
is very liiiiioilmi! Hi l.l l n.iU- or old .mo-h, nr l
lisrtiiiKlt'b'ix. Hold by all ilnHlt;. rt.i I sent
by iinill on ii'icc1it nt tirlcr. A.1 ir-j llu,n,ihtsy'
HiK-cilic lliiiitt-oiinlhiu HiiliOln." Jo., U. i:r,nul
uny, V. - . jJ.'lUJI.
uiil.'.!.owRly Aie.it, Ctir.l, Illllinl-
CIIANCKltY. XOTICK.
i:mm:i I'rli'sl nnd TIioiiiik W. I'rlest, ilefeml.
nnls.nrtt unliUed Hint on April 7lli, Is7.', J-i.arru a
M. Mel.errou,ooilipUlnnr. tlli-.I hln bill in elmii.
eery lo forwlosn a iiiorlunve. In Ilia Alexuml.r
vouiiiy Uiicult Court, rlste ol Jlhn.,i, uml .i,ai
i:uii snii'i1. nnw .ell-ill in h;i.ii iiuin t. nut (ner.
lliollllNllliiluils uiih I. .lie. I out of llie i ll of.
lice nl .till court iij'.alutl )nii, reiiiruiUi on the
1st Jloii'lay la Inly next In a term of said eomt,
llicn ! Im hoUuiiMllJiueourtdioiisii in I'.uru, in
ssldcnuiityannsliiic.1 " MtJllNO ll.tltJMN,
foiled April S7lli,72. i lerl;,
Allen, Mulkey A Wheeler, Sol'rn forCjmpri,
4-a.w
fsALIC OF JtKAL KSTATH.
1 ... i ; .
Win arm, on llin ii'.lh dity o August, A, I.
IH7H, 'lie. mil. II, IJIlM und Uiih Kills,
Ida wile, uml Henry 11. Kills, mill otliliTi,
Islelted Ullle Kills) til. wile, exeeuleil ion
iiekiiouleileil, nil. I ilclhcrrd to Mil.n .Mi -Ciilleyaei-rlaili
nniilijagii cnnTej in' In mi!. I Mil,,.
MeCilllley l'1-rllllll H ill I'.t.lle kiluilllllu llle eil ll,
Cuirn, eoitnly nf Alexuu ler, slide of Illli,oi, In.
uiu l.iil No, 7 in lluuk, .No, l.'i, and Iota No. 17,
Is, 1V: .'n, "Jl, ill I'lnsk .No. 71, nnd llie ninli
Tided Mii.ilnl llilne.t lu lot .No, B, In Mock
No. " Hi) in the city nl C.illn, Also Ion niiin.
Ut.iI '.'I mid 2 in bl ).'h Nil .HI In thei ll h IiIiIIoii
to tlie cit v nf Curo : lo.eeuie llie nut inent ot two
ccrlmu iinif"ry n;.le In said inoiiivo'e i-seriln-i!)
I .ul Ii .f Mini il.ilu Hllli.lilil moi Uaje,
one note Inr IBi ", uimo.i iu 1111,111114 utt.l' uuie,
nnd thn oth) 11 me Inr tH, 'iinllii Imir .1 1 11 1 Ii -ulter
ilnle, wltleli itnle. Imie iml been i:inl, imr
Im either ofllinn uruny ail thereiil been .uld.
And uliereiis, ft in 'stij.nlitleiriu snnl IniiilKiiTje,
Ilmt ll ilt-l.itlK bu ni'nle III Ihu nt)ineiit nf ..o I
n..le-, iilmvti 'iiieiillnued, 'or nny purl lletnll,
necurdini; In llie Ii inn nnd elleet llieiei.r, llie
s.nd p.irly nl llie si eoud part. iitlei'linviuij iidTer.
Itrfil sllc-ll s.ile fut lllltty illiys 111 :t
It.H.lJUper pllLlivlied lu the city i.l
Caiiu, Illinois, ui.iy rell the sij.l
neiiii-i-H or any jiitrt lie rscf, mel ill rin!ii dinl
eipiity nl, ti-Ji'inilliili i.l tlnt-nld (Ulllcs id llie
lll-t .iirl', itt'pithlib Terldlir IS Iho lilgln-.t bnliler
lur cash .il lite tune aiiinuii-il ill stleii udteilisi-liii-ul,
tiiel iiuiii iimldn); audi side, u llie ttllor-ni-y
of .Aid LunioH nl me ilisl cnii, or In tin- umne
ol llie nild jetriy nl llie teumid pull, shall ex, rule
nnd deliler lo llie iilieliiier deeds lor tlier.11,.
TcyAlicc III lee ol Ills n finises sold i Alnllii'ieiia
llie snid iruiuts-nry miles have nut, nor Im
either ur ant purl Ihert e beta J-uld ;
Now, Iheii fmc, 1 lh s-tlil Mike ili'Ciinli-y, i.nly
nf O11 second 1 urt ii.inied in snid iiiniteuge, in
inirsiluiiee ol ihe provi-inim tlieienf. do In ieliy
ilive imlice 1I11.1 011 ijsltiiilay, My Dili, A. Ii. Ie7i,
bemfeii.lhu lii llM.of uu ii'i'looU'n.lli, an. v'nt
n'l'lneu p, '11. ol.lln! d-)), i(t the ll)ll dnor nf ll.e
Colli I llmisi, 11. Ihe city of Cairo, Alexonier
cniiiiiy, -Inte of lllinuis. 1 Ttill idler I If lutsnf
uriiiiiid hcii'lu ahnve desciited, nnd c:icli of
1 1 it-11 lor tH'e al publiq vendue to llie liinhel bid.
deH for riiv,ti) stttmly aald unles, an J' ullllexc
ciitn ic 1 1 1 ti, jiiireh'tsers, inuTeVlliL' a lllle in Ire
In llie iiit'iiilres sold, it inovidod lu said 11101I-
MlKKMrCA'lLKY, Jlorli!Hfe.
Vr.T.' '.' A. "'l'",l I, Allormys for MorlKaKve.
WjiWd ' Cairo. Anil! U. 1ST2.
rAY r,, 1872.
Our 1 ionic Advortisora.
(Jil3Uitcrtir Truisliririniil
FlMicy! Vafkr Ilnngijr, Wnrcfflr
'Miikihg nml1 llop:iiri'ufr,
Nlioi u ('online rrlul nteliiie ill ll
-rry lliiusc.
All work ettlriislpil lt hl rstr will n-pi-ite
prnuiii attention,
(Inters are ollciled, illnt.
MMiuiiA.vr ti ui:tm
I. MM IG It ANT TigKKT.S , , ,
KOH WALK, 1 K.irHidc I FOR MAI.K,
' I I V r Hale J '
ti'Olt .SA.LK.jKjSlelKOIt HA I. hi.
I
I 1 1 .1 I
Knro from Livkktool,
Kuro from Lo.vdcnukiiry .
Kuru from (Ilahuow, : ,'
Kant from (Jukknntown : .1
'11 CAIUO, ; : : i : i i 1 $ S- 2 0 m
;iallonl. Morns A (.'11
K'lils.
JNMAN LINK
l.l'ttrpool New.Vnil: alid I'lillmbliihl.t ''
Steamship Company,
oi k (Oxrast-T with imthi statk-i ami. e'mn.ii
not lUXTUNtt
For Carryinir U14 Mslis, ,,
KOJt PASiSaTTk TI0KKT8. ,
oaieatitra isrosMtiius
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALK, Aor.
I'. llnM lusy, NrwYmk, urb
II. II 11 i I ,
WhsIiIii.'JIoii ATenCe, Cmm. mils. Jl ,
IHPIIKTANT NOI U IU,
HT. CIlAPtLKS IIOTKL,
I'. D. ItKA'KOIll) Prbpriilo
. OhM K OIIJO ll 1 1 1- AMI -II OM. ST.,
' C'AlltO, t.t.l.VOI.
; . 1 , 1 .
7ic Onlif . C'iiss Home iii ihe City
U I! tirailll COUTt'leJ lo lul flolll the ll.no
nf lic.ei uri'.' ' " ' ' ' iln-i.il
i..vvvi:iim.
Uil.lINMU.UCKV k 'wtlKKI.Kll'
' ATTOP.NKYy,
su
COIIKSKLWIW AT LAW,
Wlll.nlil.I. AIIl U, ) Tk
li.hn ll.Xtllke), J- CAIHli, II.IINOIr.
rti.tiii.sl I' Whe-r.J
':trlriieiibir all) iitlou pIJ 10 rlvtr and ml
ntlrally nii-ine.. ' '
Ul'I'Il'IOver I'ltsl totlioinil ll.iiilr, Uliju l.iTee.
OHKRN & G1LHKHT,
1 .
ATTOKNBYS
A1V
COUNSKLOKM AT LAW, ,.
William ll.lirecii,
Wiilnun I! (lilb.ii, lr c'AlltO, IM.lrtOH.
Mill- r.ililkprt, J
uo-.-i..-w. itiimitiAii t;leo la Admiiallr ud
leiinlni.il hiiine.,
OKKIUK f1110 LKVKKnOOME 7 AKll fj liVKI!
(ITV NATIO.VAI. HANK.
Cincinnati Advertisements.
oiVr i:i'i:iti'itih
ItKUKSimiKS! HKltKSIIlK.S!
1. 1 A iriL .! i1 J:K V1 5s H "' '' for Mlu tilt of
No '.ii. . lJo ''. alia a pair, nut tf liiti.
Vo,u,. .ni ,r"r: '".r. '""I' u' M 'i p.
I'rinuijcil OAWlU-1 Fifth St., ('in., O
TIIK OM.V ItKl.lAIll.K OIKT K.N'iKlU'ltlsK
IN Till'. Of) I 'NT It Y I
$60,000 OO
IX V AL II AilLK . ti I FTS
To bo distributed in
liilli lleuubir .Monthly .
GIFT ENTEKPJIISK,
i i
To be dran Monday, June 3d, 17.
Two (Iii.wi) Capitals ok
So.WO Ix Gkeknhacks J
Two Prizes $1,000 (
JCIvu Pfli 600 (iKKKNIlAtMCS
Ten Pfizes lOq 3-
Due IJ r.- iin.l llujttfy wflh slliei.Miuine.i Hnr
lies.. Hi, illi Jfiin i-in.li,
line llrie-lfinul llosewond Piano, wnrlh 5"i,
'I en bond) senilis niHehliii-s, wnrili ilisieiteh.
run lifnv vi.i-... jtiiht liiiutinmralslie,i. heavy
K 'd elmfn. wuilh t.ino eneli, I'lTe tri.l I Aui. .
leoi hiintiit sstele-4 w o.tlt tVi't .."eh. T.-n
ludl.H (eld huniliK Hatcliifi ttiilli Jlio etch,
IhKhl liundriil uol.l aud kilter lever huuliiu'
Mlilehes, hi fill, tll.ltll Iroill U'llo:jii. l.-tdles'
Kdld leoiilniH i-iiiii, kcm'ii (tuM Tent ennius,
sidld ulld double ,hi!ed siller l.ihln ion I leH
spniiiis. plinliiKiiijili nHi.liici,Jev,i-lrj, ele ele,
dole iiuinhei ol eills, i;,ts). TI1I.1I1 lliulled lo
Kn.ua).
Aui-nls uanled lo .tell lnl,eli, I t whom lib. r.t
pieiltlinu. will Ui .it til .
Mtljle liekels1 one do! Inr; -ix lleketi lltednl
Iiiimi twelve ilikets, leu dollars; Iwenly lite
Ui nly dulldin,
I In iiliirsinnlsiiiiui! 11 full , r .ire, 11 ite.
ft-rl .ttiit of t ie tiiiiniier nl dintilni!, and idhsr
inrounutiiiii 111 releieiicu in ,H ilimribiuldii, III
lie sent lo nny nnu oideiiu ilu-m. All l.llei.
inn. I he nihlrei.nl lo l li, MM' lin., n!,
uw' . 1 . Cinelnniiii, O.
HU TW-.l..iht., noW-aAilly
$300,000.
.MISHOI'Ul 8TATK LO'J'TKH V.
Lkii.m.izkh iiy Staii: Actiioiiity ami
Duawn in Puni.ii- in St. Lorn,.
Ciniml iSinglu Number Kchcinc.
rill.OOII NIIMIlKltK.
Ci.ahs H, to iik Dkawn .Muy .., 187'J.
6,880 Prizes, Ainoiinting to aon,0(lO.
1 Prlre i.f...
ol
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" of,
nf
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.. I'l.s'.u
... 111,1.1111
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'Tickets $10; Half 'Tickets, $r: Quarter
Ticket, $2 f.(i.
Oni loili-rlcs are t-tntruicd by Ihe fiinlr, are
lit)k ilrsHu hi llin liiini iiiiiiu-d, anil nil draw.
luiisute uuder llm supervision uf stinrti 10111.
lui-tiiilisrs.
The iillicltd drawing will bo pill.! Ishr .1 hi Ihe
M l.nui. i,i,irsud a copy scut lo pmcliasers
ol II' kel.
Wu "ill dtbiv 11 similar scheme Ihe hitt day of
ft eiy mnnlli ilnrini; the yenr In7'i.
lit inn ut inn risk by posiidliin iimney order,
ilK.slcifd It ller, diull or exnres". tieml Inr en -VuViir
Addie.s, Ml'llllAV, MII.I.Kll A CO ,
I II, I1.1t -.UN. HI, l.oiu, Mo,
l-lU.iuly
Our JI01110 Atkertiser.
clrfAV'N.
LMtCK .STOCK.
IIUOWN SIIKKTlNtlH.
P,MNT.vii'i:nnMii
I cfukW Mil'!
AMI
KKNTUCKY JKAN.i, K.X1IIA,
CASSIMKHS, '
ulacjkaLpaoas,
ISO
LII.STK1W,
(iUOrf'lKAlN SILKS,
I'lil'MKh. u
It A It.; K STOUICOK OAlll-.V.TlNU
OIL CLOTHS,
lurriNO, ii
tVllltlAW KlintlrN, 1 '
llll.T HANDS,
N'OTTIXOHAM LACK
. . .
HlMAiKC. " 1 ' I '
Ilia 1:11 1 1 re Mliitk
I.. 1
'; vwtr i.ov noup.Es.
I'OV.Nr.l! iTII nl AND COMMKIIl'IAI.-AV.,
t'nlro, lllluula.
i-i.itif
sj.t.s 1 rnr.its.
' T. (i KKO U Ll);
.STEAM AND tiAS J'TITKK
,A Aisala
t'.Ah riTi'iti:t,
Hit. Kill.r'. aim l'lunihfl's uiklelikl. Won
' 'ilu.s, Klnbe and tiniv VhUki, flop
i-oeUSft-tucb rite-,ttf.
tisu At T 'Da
Tiilta llrolltrrs l,ulcul Dry tins leir
inJ Unreh-n-e, Well 1 tVit Aulonialle Wsle
liel'.er.tnr nml sii..lt Vulte lor Steaui l.(nler.
vt'inikh'w ni.riOK. rotiMtiti'iA i,-AVKrt
LOUIS J01U1 KNHKN,
PvaI.i Ir. nil kiud- or
STAPLB A.ND J'AiSCY
Q-BOCE I S.
'I'ltrto t r's Ynrtl Mini MlMlilltitr
k
without ciiAhur..
Cor, Vahiiigtou-av. anil Twciitictli-rl.,
CAIRO, II.I.S.
Bill 1.
WINIJi AM It I.IIAIJUKM.
"if'. .mT'st" 0 u Kyj7i:
I'ccrti.ta tii soul s . .T.Kkri tu
Iteclllyi-r MUtl VtliolrsHlp Itrulrr Its
t .l. i-lll nrnl Itu.itritlit-
V I KKH AND LI QUO KS
No. Ul! Ohio Lkvkk,
ctihti, ii'.i.i:.(in
HKl:iep-on I.hii.I roti-lniiily lull -Intl.' ol
Old K.ntnitTT Itomton, ll;e and Mnuniif.
IifU Whi-I.ien, 1-r.nsh Hrimlus, Holland II in,
Kl.iue imd Cdhluiulu Wine. 111'nit.
W.M. II. SC'IIUTTKIl,
f .
liiiMftrlr uuil H liolrnAlr llf hIt lu
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WINES, LIQUOKS,
AMI
TOBACCJO JLs OXa7VT2.
Aki nl b.r (lie Irf-kt I, run. I. of
L'JiKAM AND .STOCK AL'K,
ASD
liiiM.rltl A In. ul lllm-riul Itliula.
7i3 Ohio Li:vj:k,
CAIJIO. ILLINOIS,
I.IMIIIKK.
H, WA LT Kit.,
k.lLlklk ,
HA JU) and SOFT. LUM1JKU
1
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LATH, SHINOLKM, CKUAIt POSTis,
bOOltS, SASII.lILIiN'US
UKUKKS SOLIUITKO.
Stkamiioa t L u M K It,
Kurulshed 00 shurls.t uoea. ,
Conuiiercial-av, bet. 10th und Uili-sK.,
CAIRO ILLIN01H.
vJ.I
WAGON ANU1ACT0KV
For Sale ut Wholesale, or lletuil
OOltNLH :.2l.tiTltr.ETANlJ UlltO LKVk'a
Cairo, IlliubiH.
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Our Home Advertisers.
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