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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, J.IAY 14, 1872.
JOHN II. OIlRKtiTi Editor end rubtlaher.
May 14, 1872
Ti or tut Umi lluittidj
n.. !(. br earner,
II4 My .'
una month, bl B
Ota Yr. - -
... 4 25
The Virginia dcmocrncy ro for Uroc
ley and Brown. 4
The "Colored Titcs'timva nearly nil
tlcclnrcd for Grant. .1;
Tilic Democratic press of Olilo hns
cry generally fallen Into lino for tlrccloy
THI BOtLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John H. Oberlf Oo. have reduced the ant
,crl.ton pnc of lb Weekly Cairo llullelln to
OM DoUarpertimim. making It the cheapest pa
pereubllslied In Southern Illinois.
of Now York j
ron ykt. rRr.siDr.NT,
li. GRATZ BROWN,
THE LIBERAL PLATFORM;
"We, tho Liberal Republicans of tlio
United Stales in Convention assembled nt
Cincinnati, proclaim tlio following prlncl
pies at essential to just government:
BEAB IMCES BURIKB.
1. "Wo recognir.o tho equality of nil
men beforo tho law, nnd hold that it Is
the duty of the government In Its dealings
With tho people to mete out EQUAL AN D
exact justice to all, of
color ok persuasion, reli
oious ob political.
2. tte pledge ourselves to
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF ,THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENTS OF
3. Wo demand tho immcdlnto and ab
folute removal of alt disabilities imposed
on account of tho rebellion which was
finally subdued seven years ago, believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY "WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
BEXOCBATIC TO THE CORE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard tho
rights of all citizens tnoro securely than
any centralized power. Tho pcoplo nnd
the public welfare requiro tbo SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. "Wo demand for tho
individual tho largest liberty consistent
with public order, for the state self-government,
and for the nation a return to
the methods of poaco and tho constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TBCE AM PBEACHI.Va."
C. Tho civil servico of tho government
has become a mero Instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and nn
object of selfish greed. It is n scandal
and reproach upon freo institutions, nnd
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tho
perpetuity of republican government.
THEREFORE A WISE DEMAND.
C. We therefore regard u THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
as one of the most pressing necessities of
the hour; that honesty, capacity and fidel
ity constitute tho only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that tho offices of tho
government ccaso to bo a matter of arbi
trary favoritism and patronage, and that
public station become again tho post of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TARIFF (UENTIO. SHOVED ASIDE.
7. Wo demand a system of federal tax
ation which shall not unnecessarily inter
fere with the industry of tho pcoplo, and
wnicn shall provide tho means necessary
to pay the expenses of tho government,
eonomlcally administered tho pensions,
the interest on tho public debt and a mod
erate annual reduction of the principal
thereof, and recognize that thoro nro in
our midst honest but irreconcllablu dif
ferences f opinion with regard to tho re
spective systems of protection nnd free
trade. "WE REMIT THE DISCUS
blON OF TnEM TO THE PEOPLE
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TIUUTS, AND THE DECISION OF
CONGRESS THEREON, "WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE 1NTKUFER-
KNCE AND DICTATION.
8. The public credit must bo sacredly
maintained, and wo DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATION in every form and guise.
BIRO OF TJIK TRUE METAL.
a. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
alike by. tho highest considerations of com
mercial morality and honest government
a worb rmm tub koldier iiovn
10. "We remember with gratltudo tho
sacrifices of tho soldiers and sailors of tho
republic, and no act of ours shall ovor
detract from tholr justly earnod famo, or
tbe full rewards of their patriotism.
A VAUNT, LAX I RODUERN I
U. We are opposed to all further grants
J rnraJ r bU)cr ewporaUoni.
THE PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD BE
TLERS.8MmED T ACTUAL SKT-
LIBERAL FOREIGN I'OLItY.
13. We hold that It 1. the duty of the
lovernment in its Intercourse with foreign
nations to cult vato friendship, of ,,X
r L.trtl0B 7,itU 1U on 1W' d equal
Tuiiaf il ,lko dishonorable
11 For the promotion and success of
,UM vital principles, and tha support of
ikwadl4Ut nominated bv
tlM, MlMwi cordially welcome Ul9
tt tftrmmo oi iwmuuc citizens, with.
SfKECHKS, 110NF1UES, FIREWORK!',
nil for Greeley nnd Brown, nro tho outer
f tho day everywhoro.
Thomas Buchanan Read, tho Amor-
Iran poet and fculptor, died last Saturday
Ight at tlio Astor Houso in Now York
Senator Morton is not to bo drawn
from Ills nllcglanco to Grant by nny gl!?-
tcning pro.pcct of being himself tho nom
inee of tho Philadelphia convention. Ho
says : "I am for Grant, first and last, nnd
nny attempt by anybody to tiso my namo
1 in a schemo for his defeat, 1 utterly con
demn and reprobate." Thero l :io deny
ing that tho radical ring at "Washington
nro faithful to tholr leader. But "there is
honor among thieves."
A Dispatch from Norfolk,
dated on the clevonlh, says : "Tho Vir
'glnlan newspaper to-morrow will contain
'n loiter from Hon. John Goode, member
of the Nntlonnl Democratic committee,
' correcting a statement of tho Now York
'HcrnldV letter that ho was urging ex-
' tromo democratic views. Mr. Goode says
1 that, ns at present advised, ho Is prepared
to support tho nominees of tho liberal
1 republicans, and thinks it would be tin
'wise for tho Baltimore convention to
Charles Sumner continues roticent.
It was said last week that an effort wns be
ing made by Grant's frionds to win Sumner
ovor and back by offering to rc-instato him
in tho chairmanship of tho committee on
foreign relations. But tho Massachusetts
senators' mouth Is scaled. But events nro
shaping themselves notwithstanding.
This is one of the periods In public ovents
when the nttitudo or opinions of ono man,
however powerful ho may havobcon in tho
past, is as light nn obstruction to the
courso of public opinion as a forest trco in
tbo path of a hurricane. Tho mass of tho
people nro moving moving for reform
nnd good government moving for Gree
ley and Brown, nnd ono man, hero or
there, will not halt thorn In tholr way.
Tho father of tho lato James Fisk,
of Now York, may bo mot frequently on
Broadway. Ho is a plain, quiet old man
who has seen n world of trouble in hlsi
wayward son, besides thoso other mis
fortunes which brought him to a lunatic
J Tho Boston 'Post' advises ladios
who contemplato poisoning their hus
bands or children, or shooting alienated
lovers, to postpono their purpose until af
ter tho presidential election, and news
paper columns will bo so crowded with
political subjects until that tlmo that it
will bo impossiblo for them to pay proper
attention to tho analysis of stomachs, or
to properly describe tho treachery of ad'
mlrors beforo December.
(JHEELEV AND BROWN.
AN INTEMSTINO IHTERTIKW WITH HON.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS.
A representative of tho Cincinnati 'En
quirer ' recently hnd an Intorvlow with
tlio Hon. Thomas A. Hendricks, with tho
result stated :
1 Is Mr. Hendricks in?" I timidly In-
quired. "Yes," replied tho student, re
luctantly tearing his oyes irom mo
iuscinntlng pages of tho hugo volume oo
fore him : " he's In tho next room ri.-rht
In that door there." "Is ho engaged?"
" Yes, I supposo ho Is J hut that makes no
difrcrencoj wnlk right In, he'll sco you,"
replied tlio young man. aim i wau.cu.
Mr. Hendricks I found with coat off,
seated In tho midst of a group of friends,
all of whom wero talking vigorously.
Upon Introducing mysoir, and making
known tho nature of my business, Mr.
Hendricks very affably iirvitcd mo to nn
adjoining apartment, whero nfter dismiss
ing his irionds, ho rejoined mo In n few
infinites, and politely offorcd himself up
on tlio alter of n split-bottomed chair nu
unwilling victim to that public necessity
and great omnlpresont nuisanco, tho news
MR. HENDRICKS' POSITION.
Mr. Hendricks opened tho conversation
bv statinc in tho most polito manner
po'slblo that ho had hcrctoforo avoided
ronvorsat on for publication with news
paper men, but that lio had no objection
whatovor to exchanging views with any
Intelligent person upun political or other
topics. In response to this I hastened to
assuro tho ex-senator that 1 did not bo
long to that class of newspaper men who
lnufhrouttht dlfirrnco on the profession bv
worming themselves into thoconfldenco of
prominent men, and then mnxing vruat
they consider great "hits" by tho betrayal
of secrets and publication of tho unguarded
expressions oi privnto conventions.
After thus introducing national express
Ions of onlnion wo cot aTonir vorv nienlv.
and n long, and to me, vury interesting
conversation upon tho stato of tho country,
tlio position oi parties in inciinim ana else
where, tbo comparative strength of candi
dates, etc., ensued.
At tho conclusion of tho conversation 1
wrote out the following statement of Mr,
Hendricks' position, and recoived his con
sent to nave it go Ueloro tlio public as such:
"1 will make no effort to inlltienco tho
action of tlio Nntlonnl Democratic Conven
tion, nnd will nbide by its decision. At
this time, In view of tlio fact that there
has been no concert of uction among tho
lenders ana prominent men oi tho party,
it behooves all to move with prudence, dig
nity nnd caution. Thequcstion ofindorsing
tho Cincinnati nominees is ono that should
be well weighed and careful)' considered.
It is impossiblo at this early day, to say
what tho feeling of tho masses of tho dem
ocratic party in Indiana toward tho Cin
cinnati ticket is. As far as I can judge,
tho democracy of Indiana will not occupy
nny ueciucu crounu until alter tho meet
ing of tho stato convention, which tukes
pluce on tho 12th of next month. That
convention will doubtless nomlnnto a
straight democratic ticket and refer tho
question of presidential nominations to
tho National convention. As far as I am
concerned, I feel in duty bound to
sustain tho notion of tho Na
tional convention. It it nominates
a straight Democratic ticket, I will sup
port it.wlth all the zeal, Itilhicnco nnd abil
ity I possess. If it indorses tho nomina
tion of Grooloy nnd Brown, I shnll cer
tainly support that ticket with equal xcal
and energy. Any other statement ot mv
position in regard to this matter, has been
made without authority."
In conclusion, Mr. Hendricks referred
to tho report that ho had volunteered to
run for Governor on tho Libernl or nny
other ticket ns n mistake. The oillco hud
no attractions for him, nnd nothing but
bolicf that his namo would ndd to tho pros
pects of tho Democratic ticket's success
would induco Hint to accept tho nomination.
SAMPLES FIIOM ATTKRBURY AND PITT.
(From Temp'lo liar.
Of tho wit that can convov reproof with
tho kocnost sting, and vet without giving
offence, unloss ho who takes it makes it,
tlioro nro numerous oxnmpios in uoui
houses. Tho very host, or cortalnly
among tho very best, of tlioeo spcclti ons,
came, In tho Jjords, from uisnop Atier-
buryj In tho Commons, from Pitt. 1 ho Ter
mor cknmplo is well known, but it will
bear recalling to tho motivry of thoso who
may havo lei It nllp fruiu their momorabi
lia. Attorbury had observed, of somo bill
lmforo tho ards. that ho had in a previous
session, prophesied that an attempt would
bo made to bring in tins uni, ami no re
gretted that his prophecy had como true.
Un till-, cvor mustering una imiiiiultiuk
Conlngsby started to his foot, nnd ridiculed
tho prelalo for likening himself to n
Ml HI V.UII
Our Homo Advertisers.
W T0VEM. TIHWAJBR, ETC,
A. II ALL K Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Ingsby, " I don't know what prophet to
ken him to, unless it bo that lurious
prophet Balaam, who was reproved by hi
own nss." To this, over cool and seir poj
sesscd,Attcrbury replied: "Since tho noblo
lord lias discovered in our manners such a
similitude, 1 ntn well content to bo com
pared witli tlio prophet Unlitam. nut, my
lords, I am at n loss how to make out tho
other part of tho parallel. I am suro that
I havo boon reproved by nobody but his
lordship I" , ,
Tho older Pitt was as brilliant In the
commons ns ho afterwards became, when
earl of Chatham, in tho lords. "Wo tako
n characteristic ono from tho commons. In
a debate, Mr. Morotoii happened to soy,
"King, lords nnd commons,' adding, a? ho
looked nt Pitt, "or as tbo honorable gentle
man would prcfor to put It, commons, lords
nnd king." Pitt arose; ho had often, ho
told tho house, boon surprised , now his
blood ran cold. Ho moved that tho word
be token down. The clerk of the hou-o
obeyed, and nt tho words of Pitt, solemnly
uttered, "bring them to mo I" Mr. More
ton fell Into such a fright that he appealed
to tho speaker, protesting that no hail
really meant nothing. "King, lords and
commons I Lords, king nnd commons I
Tria juncfa in uno. 1 meant nothing, in
deed, 1 meant nothing ! Ho looked at Pitt
and Pitt gravely rejoined : "I don't wish
to push the matter further. Tlio moment n
man acknowledges his error, he ceases to bo
guilty. I have n great regard for tho lion
brnblo member, and, us nn instance of that
regard, 1 give him this 'advice: "When
ever that member means nothing, I reo
ommend him to say nothing I''
THE SECRET Or HIS SOUTHERN POPU
LARITY. From the Naslnllle Union lJ American (Dein.)
A friend in this city hns favored us
with tho following extract from a char
acteristic letter from Greeley, written
jut after the conclusion of tlio late war.
It shows Iiim to nave been, at that tony
day, when tho whole North was furious
becuuio oi the assassination oi -Mr. Lin
coln, doing his utmot to havo " mercy
and mognunimlty " tho ruling attributes
"ol tlio national policy, nnd willing to
"lnborand suffer reproach in tho servico
of heaven-blessed charity and mercy "
omco oi ine i riuiino, i
New York, May K.th, 1804. f
"My Dear Sir: 1 havo yours of the
8th, for which I thank you.
1 nenrliry concur with your viow or wnat
should bo our national policy, and am do
ing my utmost to havo mercy and mag
nanimity its ruling attributes. Only let
tho lato insurgents join with us in saying
slavery is no more, and I think wo shall
grudually mould tho public will to our
views, just now tno assassination ot
President Lincoln hns mado tho North
furious; but wo shall outgrow that. I
shall not hesitate to labor and suffer re
proach in tho servico of heaven blessed
charity and mercy,
iv, m 'HWBjTsimJB)
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01ivo Logan has occasion to rcnlizo
the adage, thnt "troubles nover cemo
singly." Sho has been peculiarly be
reaved during tho past year. Her sister
Allco became Insano on tho day when nn
unforlunato marriage with tho actor Al-
bort Aiken wasboing consummated, and is
still under treatment for tho disorder
Then came tho dentu of her sister Eliza
Mrs. "Wood ; and last week tho youngest
of this noted family, Kate Logan, died at
tho residence of her adopted parent, Gen.
Matters quiet In Cuba.
Baltimorcs beat Haymakers 8 to 1
A downfall of tbe Spanish ministry is
Enthusiastic Greeley-Brown meeting
Saturday nigiain bt. Louis.
Tho Cuba sugar liouso burned In Urool,
lyn was insured for S'JO'.'.OOO.
Jefferson, Texas, has gono Democratic
for tlio first tlmo during tlio war.
The Georgia press excursionists browsod
about Knslivillo Saturday.
Baoz will personally command against
Uabral in iiayti.
Tim Capitulation commission censuro
M. Kavro for tho capture of Paris.
Photographers' convention ndlourncd
Saturday to moot Tuesday in Juno, 187a in
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Tho pacer, Longfellow, won a 5 mllo
raco in Sacramento Saturday; best tlmo
Gen. Harding's salo of blooded stock
ui'ui .luxiviiH, .juuiruuv. iiuuuu ;.vuu
Tho Spring races opened yesterday.
'1 rooty negotiations with hngland not
brokon off. itosigdution of BritUh minis
try uignJy probable.
THE ATLANTIC WAVE.
(From the Washington l'atrlot.)
Tho defection of tho "Atlantic Month-
ly" from tho causo of "lovnltv" and
Grant, and tho presumption with which it
has ventured to criticizo tho acts of tho
Administration and tho character of our
Ulysses, (the careful father of so many
Telemachuses,) shows moro significantly
11. Brown, Esq, Nashville, Tenn.
OUTSIDE C1RANT AND INSIDE GREELEY,
From the Louisville Ledger.
It must bo very flattering to tho Grant
readers of tho Missouri 'Domocrnt' to
know that tho present editors nnd propri
etors, even whilo supporting tho numinis.
trntion partv, aro personally in favor of
tho success of tho Cincinnati movement
and will voto for Its candidate,
ngtrs to BMVloui political affiliation, liquidated.
WOMAN WR0NQ3 IN THE TREASURY
A lady correspondent, writing from
Washington, says: A woman's viow of
tho bill wlileh was lately passed in con.
gross for tho relief of General Spinner, to
refund to tho treasury tho money stolen
from it by Gonerul Spinner's two confi
dential clerks, for which the general wus
responsible, u that as tlio government
merely took from ono pocket to put into
the other, it was very strango such n sys
tem was pursued with rogurd to ucncrul
Spinner, when women clerks aro charged
uu any amount nioien iroin u package
"ii'iiuy uitur it is given in ineir care,
even when it is known postively that they
did not steal any portion of it themselves.
-noru man once lias u woman been obliged
to refund out ot her small salary motto v
which was stolen from hor desk, and tho
clerks In Gonoral Spinner's bureuu aro re.
sponsible for tho counterfeits they overlook
in counting packages of redeemed money.
Sometimes a greater sum must bo refunded
than tbe amount of tbo woman's monthly
salary, in whlch case a certain proportion
I duducled each month until the debt Is
man inmost unyitiuig oiso now rapidly po
iiiieui opinions in mis country aro "slip,
pine on tlio sliddcry sea" of radical
chango, for tho " Atlantic Monthly" has
gone out oi us way to oiuuoroio mo praises
ol Mr. Grant. It has dono him In prose and
verso, uuittiways iicreioioro in Heroics, it
lias ;cnnunieu and Intoned liim : it has
said nlm nnd sung ; it has lashed tho seas
into n spray oi epithets to dcilno his oual
itics, and llred off volleys of enthusiastic
adjectives In this bohoot with the rapid
delivery oi a uatung gun. It lias com
memorated nun in stately ode", chronicled
htm in ballads, dissected him in essays, om-
buimca mm in Histories, chirruped about
nun in nnccuoics, and anted mm to limgii
ter, holding uoui ins sides in mcrrv quips
and jocoso incidents. And now, tlio tldo
turns, tho great "Atlantic" wave comes
surging shoreward, and an tins writing in
tlio sand its with ono great swirl oblitor-
ntcd lorevcr. isotoveun vestigo is left
of Man Friday's many foot
prints on tlio shorol It is sad,
it is melancholy, it is heartrending.
Meantime, while wo do not supposo tho
Administration organs enro n lot about
tlio philosophical or ethical sides of the
question, it is quito npparcnt from tho
way moy squoai tnai tno detection ot tho
Atlantic " nuns." ureat is respecta
bility . and tho " Atlantic " was always re
spcctable, oven in its frequent moments
of mediocrity nnd dullness. It was liko
Secrotnry l ish, who, ovon when ho "Jim
dors (which Is pretty muoh all the tlmo),
docs it so genteelly, nnd with such nn in
tense nlr of afiroi)' fairc, that'
his errors count nearly as
much as nn uvorsgo statesman's successes.
Jiut, it has deserted, this placid "Atlantic
and goes, with other turbulent wntnra
to lash itself into tho foam and breakers of
"opposition." vt o are proud of its nccess
Ion to tlio ennxn of rMinn Intll lll,..ri..
and common sonso; nnd wo hope it will
advocate peace, amnesty, and reform as
stronously ns it shouted for war and ven
geance, nnd for Grant. It hns long sinco
put itself right on tho question of revenuo
reiorm, anu n it win nond o no pb ns
ably as it has treated fiscal matter?, it will
bo nn ally not to bo despised.
MOUSE A7FLICTED WITH SMALL-POX
(From tho New York Stnndnnl.)
On Friday evening n lady entered the
drug storo of Mr. Edward Lindridgc, on
Hudson avenue, near hands street, uroou
lyn, nnd placed a live mouse, on tho conn
ter. The liltlo nnimnl had n very sore
head, and tho doctor was asked whether ho
ho know whnt tho matter was. He was
also informed that It was taken from tho
tenement houso. ICC Hudson avenue, near
York street, where there Had been several
cases of small-pox. After examining the
mouse no lounu inav li was covered witn
sores. Ho sprinkled somo disinfecting
powdor over it nnd in n short tlmo it died
It was then dissected, and n clear caso of
small-pox in its worst form revealed. Tho
remains wero inciosou in n glass jar ami
aro to bo sent to tho hospital for further
oxamlnatlon, as It Is boliovcd to bo the llrst
caso of tho kind ovor heard of.
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WHOLESALE AND llETAlh.
LAROT.ST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VEItY CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteenth tretaa Cni-
rCURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Awl l.tl'fcl'J 00
Htore, DwelllnK. Furniture, Hulls nnd Car-
Kueti, Inxiin d ut rnlf no Uvoralilunt noiiuil, per.
uianeui xopiiriir win wrrni.
I rt-ipoilfully nuk or tint citizen ol Cairo,
Hiiurvui ineir inuronaue,
CO. PAT! EH.
UOUKN, NAN1I, KTCi
1VIIAT TO LEAD.
Aro you doflciont In tosto? Itoad tho
host EiikIIsIi poets, such us Grov and Gold.
smith, Fopo and Thompson, Cowpor nnd
Coloridgo, Scott and Wordsworth.
Aro you deficient in power of reason ?
Head Chllllntrworth and llacoti and Locke.
Aro you dellciont in ludcmcnt and pood
sense in the common atl'uirs of life? Head
Aro you deficient in sensibility ? Head
Goethe and Mackenllo.
Are you deficient In vlcor of stvlo?
Head Junius and Fox.
Aro you dellclent in political knowledge?
Head Montesquieu, the Federalist, Web
ster and Calhoun.
Aro you deficient in patriotism ? ltcad
Domotthenei and the llfo of Washington.
Aro you donclont in conscience ? Road
lomeot l'reiideut Edwards' works.
Aro you dellclent in piety ? Read tho
akd iiittin in
Eiaiirn Street, Between Wasiiinoton
and Commercial Avenues,
Adjoining lllilcnlioime nnil llanny'n.
Keop thn best or Decl. fork, Mutton Veal,
Lumli, SAiimKe, etc., "iiilnru prepared lotme
citizens in the in out ncceptable inaner.
HKAI. KHTATK AGK.!V.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND TLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
cAino, iLLa ,
Duv anu Sell IIkal Estate,
FURNISH AI1STRA0TS OF TIE LIE
AuU ppartt Couve yinoe. of Kinds!
iiOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
fietneen Washington ateaue and.PopIor trev
(Sueteosor to P. Suup.)
WHOLESALE k RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
FLAGS, ETC. .
10J ComrneicUl Avenue.
I will cell nt Pnlillo Aitflinn, In the Msliet
bidder. -KOH CASH,tt Milhout leerve l
W. W. THORNTON'S, EICHOFF & BROS.,
State of lllinalt, Alexander countj
In the Circuit Court of nnld Alexar.der county,
July Term, isjsi. Oeorce , Klaher., ailmlnlslm'
tor ol the estnteof John U. C!nrk.,ileceaied, vb.
CarulliiH Painter. John Pnlnler, Amelia Held,
&r:? ,l,.,K,,",' '. e.1r)r t-'lafk.Tlioiim Clark and
Martha Clark, Petition to tell rural tntato to pay
delits. ' '
Atlldavll of the non. resilience of L'ne above named
lelendnntshavlna been filed in tt . nUrii' .,n...
pf the dalil eourt, notice In thereCore hereby ul en
to tlie tald ilolendanta that the. .omplulnant tiled
inn pennon ror leare 10 Ren me HOtitheast
ijunrler uf nection uincteen. In lownihlp liuiniwr
Inurteen (M), houIIi range thre(a) went, or the
third prim-lpal inerullan In nalcl county of Alex,
under, In eaid court on lhe22tl day ot April, 1ST,
and that thereupon n minmionH lamed out ol naui
court reiiiruiiuie on inenrai nionuay in tne month
of July nexl, na la by law required. Now unleaa
you, the amd ilcfendmiln ahalt peraenally bo and
appear before tlm amd circuit court on the flrat
day of the next term thereof. In be holden In the
city of Cairo, In mild county, on the Strut Monday
In July next, nnd plead, answer or demur to the
aald complulnant'a bill of uoinplalQl, the aaino
and the matters ami thmp-.x therein charged uuU
tnled will he 'aken as contented, and decree
entered against you accordlnK to the prayer ol
, Mll , JOHN Q. HAItMAN, Clerk,
Cairn, Illlnola, April lS!d, 1 67 J.
tieork'e Kixher aud l.inegur, Mmin A Tope,
Coiiiptr Uol's. 1-Mw3w,
On Waslilngton Avenue, In the City el Cairo,
Illinois, commencing on
uuilders' supply DEi'OTj Tuesday, May 28th, 1872,
134 TENTH street,
Doors). 8mm, Bllnda. HoHlrllHga,
Envr Gnttera, (wood) Wludow and Door
rramea, Floorlua;, Itti,
NhlHirleia. filnsed sua. UImmI Hide
LlghU, UUikI Trisnaoma,
Hub WelBt. NmIi l'ullleaj aail Oonls
Blind ratnlnBt), Boatlna;
Fall. BooMna; Ceincnt, Plaaterlnsr
niter, ChriMt u, Walt
ILead. IJnawI Oil, Asuerlcnss Window
Ulna, KnKllals audi'rencb
Vlnto llm, Pntly, (llailtr'a Pelnin
Newer Vlpea, Patent t'klnweya
At 10 o'clock A. M., and continuing from day to
day until all the property Is sold. A large lot
of Hnlahed and Unfluialied
IF TJ IR, 2T I T TT IR E ,
Hucli (ia Iledateada, Kitchen Bnfea. Wnrdrohei,
liounaea, Wash Btanda, Tables, Chair, lluream,
ilatl Iras" et, Ac . Also about so.oyo feet of
WALNUT AND OTHER LUMBER, .
Uresncdand Undressed. A large lot of Ilani'
ware, lil.. ruiiy,
u Hi . Mtnn nnrv.
sold bln all of Hie articles
Varnishes. Window fca.
Ao. .Tlie property o
lo .eVallonr -VICrth". o.r I
?alera in lurnliure 1 called, a. iM ' '.'fV
it ol opportunities RPj," hAKSIAN.
A line dock of Watches. Clocks. Jewelry, aud
4i,ectacles. Particular attention iilveu to all
kinds ot watch repairing, Tlie punno are soiici
A OENTH lor Book Klter Paper Companr'"
XX. Uheathltu Felt ad Hf,moll:f-,.
il, w JohiT Iiuproved Htionug !"
ted to eall and compare price aud charges, bole
agent for Karl Zimmerman' celebraUld walcl.es.
A a finevtaleli they are equal to any, and ex
celled by none In thia market, Presentation
watches a specially Trow auy deslgu, o-ldll