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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1872.
JOHN If. OlIKKtiT, Editor end Publisher.
Sunday -May 10, 1872,
Tt or tits. Dmr IIiihiiki
Om wef k, by earler, .... M
One year I y currier, In adtance 10 00
on month, by Mall TJ
Three month, 12
. fjis ronnths,..............r.. 4 5
J OJ Tf - 8 00
THE DOLLAR WCKKLY UULLT4T1N.
John II. Olierly A- Co. have reduced the sub
scription price, of the Weekly Cairo llullelln to
Orw Dollar ptmnrum. making It tho cheapest pa
per publlhert In Southern Illinois.
1 DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
"Prp whrre j on aoc Hint white bnt
t'nlil Ihc Top i downt
And be Hip word n Ionic (he llnp,
IJrceley nnd Urate llrown."
of Now York j
ron vick president,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
Senator Spraoue of Rhodo Is! Mid, U ft
trong Greoley man.
An xxciianqk says "Thore la a woman
in "Washington territory who lias shot and
killed eight Indians with her own .hand.1-'
That woman' hand mint bo dangerous.
Many Kastkrk Families go abroad
now-fi-dayi on tho scoro of economy, find
ing it cheaper to spend n summer in
Europe, than at any of tho fashlonablo
summer resorts of our'own country.
The Cincinnati Enquirer, which
numbers among Its exchanges nearly all
tho democratic newspapers of Ohio, says
that among tho number li has not seen
moro than six which are opposed to tho
Grant's organ in Now Orleans asks,
" If a democrat will support Qrccloy,
"subjoctto tho decision of tho national
, democratic convention,' would ho not
'support tho Dovil under tho workings of
1 tho samo logic t" No, indeed. Uo might
as well declare for Grant at onco.
We, tho Liberal Republicans of th
United States in Convention assembled a
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following prlncl
pics ns essential to just government:
DI.'AII IM.M7EM 1IIJKIKD.
1. Wo rccognlro tho equality of nil
men beforo tlio law, nnd hold that it is
the duty of tho government In its dealings
with tlio pcoplo to mcto out EQUAL AND
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL. OF
WH ATE VK It NATIONALITY, RACE,
COLOR OK PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OR POLITICAL.
2. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP-
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUKSTIONS SETTLED BY THE
TniKTEENTU, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTKEN'TH AMENDMENTS OF
3. Wo demand tho immedlato and ab
solute removal of all disabilities imposod
on account of tho rebellion which was
finally subdued seven years ago, believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IK THE COMPLETK PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
DEMOCRATIC TO T1IK COKE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard tho
rights of all citizens moro securely than
any centralized power. Tho people and
the public wclfaro rcquiro tho 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 hrgest liberty consistent
with public order, for tho stato self-government,
and for tho nation a return to
tbo methods of poco and tho constitu
tional limitations of .power.
"TIll'i: AS I'llUACHINU."
C. Tho civil service of tho government
has become a mere instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and an
object of selfish greed. It is a scnjidal
und reproach upon freo Institutions, and
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tho
perpetuity of republican government.
THUIlKl'OKt: A WISH DUSIAND.
G. Wo therefore regard a THOROUGH
REFOKM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
as one of the most pressing necessities of
the hour; that honesty, capacity und fidel
ity constitute tho only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that tho offices of tho
government ceaso to bo a matter of arbl
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
TAKirruuENTius siioyku ahiiu:
7. We demand a system of federal tax
aticn which shall not unnecessarily inter
fore with tho industry of tbo people, and
which shall provrlo tho means necessary
io pay mo expenses oi mo government
economically administered tho pensions
tho interest on tho public debt nnd a mod.
erato annual reduction' of tho principal
thereof, and rocognizo that thero aro in
our midst honest but' irreconcllablo dif
ferences or opinion with regard to tho re
spective systems of protection and freo
trade. WE REMIT THE DISCUS
SION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
Tue Charleston (S. C.) Courier is
of tbo opinion that thero is no difference
between tbo platform on which tho do.
mocracy of.tho South stands nnd that of
tho liberal republican party at Cincinnati,
and says, "Our judgment is that tho
' path of wisdom is for tho Domocratic
'convention to accept tho volco of the
' South and ratify tho nominations nlroady
Oor Wasuinoton Correspondent
who, it appears to us, bollovcs that Hour
bonlc Democracy suits tho latitude of
Cairo, has become an apologist for Mr.
Voorhces. The correspondent, liko tbo
"Tall Uycamoro of tho Wabash", grow in
too closo proximity to tho "Whito Houso,
and is not moro sensible than tho mistaken
man of Indiana who has becomo tho
henchman of tho advocates of Grant's ro-
Stanley, Matthews, ono of tbo men
whoso 'personal preferences were not grat-
Bcd by the resultJof tho Cincinnati con
vention, has'written a letter in which ho
pologisos for tho part .which ho took in
tho convention, and says ho has concludod
that as a presidont-maker, ho is not a suc-
coss." Events aro likely to provo that
Mr. Matthows is mistaken that ho t's a
president-maker in splto of himself. When
Horace Greoley is inaugurated, he will say
work dono.by thoso Jwomen jreceivo from
twelve to eighteen hundred dollars per
year. Tho salary or women, however, who
occupy tho position ot post-masters, is not
reduced. Tho ikiartos of Miss Van Liou,
of Richmond, Vn., of Mrs. Por
tor, at Louisville, Ky., and of
Mrs. Johnson, at Loavonworth, Kan.,
aro each $1,000, which is fixed by law.
There aro 31,000 pott-offices in tho United
States and it is thought that 1,000 of these,
If not morc,'aro filled by. women. In tho
patent office department thero aro ono
hundred and threo ladles, and in tho pen
sion ofllco twenty-four. The first woman
appoinlod to a clerk-ship in tho treasury
department was during tho administra
tion of James K. Polk. A Bal
timorcan applied for a clerk-ship
but failed In tho examination bis wifo
passed it and rccelvod tho appointment.
Tho numbor now In tho department In
various positions reaches probably nearly
ono thousand. Thcso women aro all
paid less than men who do tho samo
work. Women nro employed in tho mint
at Philadelphia at tho rate of six dollars
por week. Anna Dickinson worked thore
at that salary boforo tho war. In all tho
positions in which women labor under tho
government, they aro found to bo as ia
pablo, careful and industrious as men
notwithstanding which facts they nro
only paid from n half to ono third as
much as tho latter in all cases.
tii bin uusciUKSSIONAL DIS
TKICTS, AND THE DECISION OF
CONG HESS THKUEON, WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTERFER
ENCE AND DICTATION. lr'ntt'K
6. Tho public cicdit must bo sacredly
maintained, and wo DENOUNCE RF
PUDIATION In every form and guise!
1CIMJ Of THE TBIJKMKTAI..
0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
alike by the highest considerations or com
ineroiai morality and honest government
A WOltll roii TIIK NOiaSIKU 110 YN.
l0:'., NVo re'neW with grutitudu the
sacrifices of the soldiers and tailors of the
republic, und no act of ours shall ever
detract from their p justly earned fame, or
tho full rewards of their patriotism.
.. . . . , i. uuilMUltM I
"STEADY ALONG THE LINE."
Our ablo cotemporary of tho Jonesboro
Gnzotte ' soys bo regrets to scoj.that somo
of his Democratic cotcmporarics havo
hoisted tho names of; Greeley nnd Brown,
nd proposoj to 'fly that banner, in this
campaign " without a f why ora whero-
'fore." This recret'is founded on tbo bo
entortalncd by the ' Gazette ' that it
is tho duty of Democrats to await tho
action of tho Baltlmoro convention.
"Wo havo groat respect for the opinion
of tho ' Gazette, ' but in this matter must
tako issuo with it, since wo regret to eoe
that a few of, our Democratic cotcmpora
rics do not fly tho Greeley flag or tho ban-'
nor of tho Voorhcosinn madcaps who con
sult only thoir prejudices.
No Democrat should hesitato to oxprcss
his opinion. Waiting for orders from
Ualtimoro is an unwise policy. Ordors
should go from tho rank and fllo of tho
Democracy to Baltimore, and the Demo
cratic Convention thorotossomblo should
oboy thoso orders. If tho advice or tbo
I f2..ln' .1. 1.1 1.. .1. . M
. ui.vnu ciiuuiu uo uiKcn ii no ono
should glvo expression to an opinion in
reference to tho question, " Shall tho Bal
timore convention nominalo?" how could
that convention dclormino tho wishes of
tho Domocratic people? It could notdoso,
and would probably stumblo and fall into
regretablo mistakes. Indeed, if tho Do
mocracy woro to hold thoir pcaco and say
nothing, tho convention would bo com
polled wo think to conclude that tho Deny
ocratio party desired ajticket nominated in
opposition to tho Cinciunati Convention
Silenco on tho part ,of a Democrat in rof-
oronco to the Greeloy ticket is condemna
tion of it. Tho Democrat who Is not
openly In favor of it is against it in effect
if not in fact. It has boon said, that all
paths that lead from Grcoioy go to
Grant, and it is also truo that all paths
that do not lead lo Grcoioy lead to Grant
11. Wo n opposed to all further grants
of land to railroads or other corporation.
THfc PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOUU I UK
HELD SACRED TO ACTUai
I.IBKKAI. rOUKWS I'OI.ltv
12. Wo hold that it is tho duty of the
coverntnent in its intercourse with foreii'n
nations to cultivate friendships or peace
by treating with all on fair and equal
terras, regarding it alike dishonorable
elliier to domanu wiiat Is not right or sub
mlt to what is wrong.
13. For tho promotion and success of
meo vuai principles, and luo support or
u canuiauns aominaioa oy tuts conven-
MM, we invite ana cordially welcomo tbo
operation ot all patriotic citizens, with
at regard to prt rloui political affiliation.
Moke than three thouhand womon
aro in tho employ of tho Unitod Statos
government. Many of this number aro In
tho departments at Washington, but n
largo proportion aro also employed
throughout tho country In post-olllccs, cus-tom-hotues,
nnd in.; tho; mint at
Philadelphia, somo as light-houso keep-
ers, nnd somo occupy positions
nt military hoad quarters as copy-1
ills andto do other work. Tho first wo
man appointed to any sort of work undor
tbo government IwasjJAnn'JMorse, who
was, in tho year 1818, under tho.ndmlnls
tratlon ol President Monroo, mado post
master at Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Mary
Berard, who was appointed post-masler at
cst Point, New York, in tho
year JBIB, ilW reU,ni
position. Tho law ghtng regular appoint
ments to women In the post-office depait
ment was;passcdIin;i8C0 and tho salary
was'flied at $600, but It wasj.'afterward
raited to $900. Men who do the same
Wk nurroRT Greoley and Brown subject
io mo action or a democratic convention
nothecausowo propose to support anv
body olso In any contingency, but because
if tho democrats should nominato a ticket of
thoir own, thero would bo no uso in sup
porting oitner candidato against Grant
Wo should simply dismiss tho question of
presidential candidates, and dovoto our-
solves to domocracy in the abstract, and
occasional dissertations on damtihools. and
dogs in the manger who will neither jt
hay nor allow others to cat it and such
domocraU as exert themselves to prevent
any good to bo dono for tho country, ox'
cept they are themsolves tho chief bono
Uciaries. Columbm, .Ky. Dispatch.
HON. DANIEL W. YOORHEE8 ON OREELXT.
Washington, D. C, May 14. A groat
sensation was created in the houso yestor
day by tho speech of Hen. Daniol W
Voorhocs on tho question of tho demo
cratic convention endorsing tho Cincin
nati convention. Mr. Voorhees expressly
statod that ho spoko only for himself. Ho
read a nowspaper paragraph which men
tioned him as halting and hesitating as to
accepting Horace Greoley while his col
leagues favored his nomination. Hardly
had ho commenced his speech when an at
tempt was mado to apply tho gag by a
domocratic momber, Mr. Spear. After
poaklng of matters porsonal to himsolf,
ho said: Am I, representing ajwestern la
boring constituency, ground down by a
high protectlvo tariff, expected to support
Horace Grooloy becauso ho has been tho
life-long champion of a doctrinol havo al
ways opposod? The difforenco bctwoon
tho administration and the nominee of the
Cincinnati convention is that it simply
carried out the bad laws which bo (Gree
loy) asked congress to enact. Am I ex
pected to support this man because ho de
manded lately an extension in timo of the
law empowering tho president to suspend
tho writ of habeas corpus j or becauso he
was tho urgent and earnest advocato
of the present forco bayonet election law
that subjects ovcry voting precinct of over
twenty thousand peoplo to federal super
vision and control in cortain cases; or bc-
cartiso two years ngo ho clamored and
raged to havo tho local elections in New
York stato placed undor fcdoral, and in
cortain contingencies, under military con
trol ? Is such a man fit to receive my voto
for president of the United States 7 Am 1
to go beforo tho union sentiment of the
country and appoal to it for tho man who
advocated tho "inalicnablo right," to uso
his own words, of a stato or a community
to wssolvo this union? Mr. Greoloy roltcr
ated thoso sentiments threo years aftor tho
war. Mr. Spear again tried to choko Mr.
Voorhocs, but ho was brushed away
firmly but mildly by that gontleman, as if
ho was a troublesome fly. Whon tho
southern peoplo did what this man told
tbom thoy had tho "inalienablo right" to do,
no wild beast hungry for blood ever
creamed as ho shouted, "On to Rich
mond I" And whon, in 1862, congress
passed tho net which by its terms confis
cated tho homes and lands of all tbo men,
womon and children in tho south who
had sympathized with tho rebellion and
who thoro did not? Mr. Groclcy gloried
and lauded in it. Mr. Voorhees protested
against transporting throo million demo
crats to a camp whero thoy havo every
thing to lose and nothing to gain. Mr,
Rcosovclt, democrat, interrupted to ask If
tho speaker would support tho nominco of
tho Baltimore convention, who turned tho
laugh upon bis questioner by saying he
was in tho habit of voting for domocratic
nominations, but tho gentleman will have
as groat difficulty in nnsworlng that ques
tion as I do, unless I am mistaken in his
own political career. Ho spoko of General
Grant rofusing to arrest Gonoral Robt. E.
Leo, Genoral Josoph E, Johnson and otbor
prominent lenders of tho south after ho had
taken their paroles, and said it would not
bo prudent to mako a comparison bctwoon
tho man who put Jeff Davis in prison and
tho man who bailed him out. Boinc In
terrupted by Messrs. Randall and Spear,
of Pennsylvania, ho said tho high protoc
tlvo tariff advoctes could not drive him
from bis position. Mr. Spear said with
considorablo warmth, that tho gentleman
should haston to the white houso and ro
ceive his reward. Mr. Sherwood said he
believed tbo speech was made in tho in
terest of the republican party. Mr. Roose
velt, of New York, said that it was ru
mored that Mr. Voorhees had been to
the wuito bouse. At this Mr. Voorhees
drew himself up until he seemed a giant
and with an honest and oarnest Indigna.
tlon pointed hit finger closo to and in Mr
Rooso volt's face and Mid " I havo not'
crossed tho threshold of tho' White House
for moro than three years, and whoever
says otherwise utters a foul calumny and
an Infamous falsehood and I cram it down
his throat. I pnjsumo that will not bo ro
pealod." Roosovolt cowered undor tho
contemptuous look, flashing oyes and
plain words of Mr. Voorhees and stam
mcrod'out that he mado tho statement
upon the Information of others. Mr.
Voorhees rctortod that ho (Roosovolt)
consorted with men who do not toll the
truth j that no Intorvlow hail occurrod bo
tweon him nnd Gen. Grant for over threo
years. Mr. Randall asked sovcral ques
tions rolatlvo to Judgo Davis, and Mr.
Voorhees said that Judgo Davis stood up
In behalf of tho rights and llbortlcs of the
peoplo whon such won as Greeley trod
them to tho earth. Mr. Voorhocs was
calm, dignified and forcible and com
manded breathless atrentlon. Tho wholo
houso, republicans as well ns democrats,
crowding around to catch every word nnd
when ho concluded ho was congratulated
by a largo numbor of democrats. From
tho delivery of this speech will dato tho
uprising of tho antagonism to Mr. Gree
ley's endorsement by tho llnltlmoru con
vention. Thcso assaults on Mr. Voorhees
look liko on organized movement to lash
ovory domocrat who dares to oppose tho
nomination of Greeloy into his support or
silonco by celling out as in this cac,
Grnnt'i, hiroling, etc., etc. Thcso gontle
men will And that they havo made a blun
der In cracking tboir whip over Mr.
Voorhocs as he don't lash worth a darn.
Hero wo havo the strange speutaclo of a
life-long domoerat, ono who has spoke and
acted out his political convictions at his
personal poril, assailed by democrats and
charged with acting in tho interest of the
radical party, simply bocause ho dares to
say that ho is in favor of a democratic
nomination and opposed to tho democratic
national convention nominating tho
schoolmaster of the radical, party. It
scorns to me that if there bo treachery to
the principles or organization of tho dem
ocratic party It is on tho part of thoso who
desire the nomination of tho republican.
par excenenee oi me country, this ns
saull is nil a ploco of Greeley's threat to
withdraw from the campaign in case tho
democrats do not endorse him and Hon
Montgomery Blair's letter in which ho
calls running a straight domocratic ticket
a dodge and aftor giving his views as to
Greeley's nomination ho said, "of course,
thero will bo some honest democrats who
will regard the subject in this Might, etc.;
but tho noisost follows will bo thoso in the
pay of tlio administration : and that the
power of tho purchasable Individuals nnd
of tho venal press s .inconsiderable.'
Hero was tho koy nolo of tho movement.
Mr. Blair charges all domocrats who do
not hurrabjfor Horaco Greeley as being
in the employ of the administration ; mid
the domocratic press which does not advo
cate bis nomination, as venal, i Yesterday
the attompt to crush out democratic inde.
pondonco of thought and freedom of ex
pression on a subject which tbo moanest
n tbo land Is entitled to, in the assault on
Mr. Voorhees was the carrying out of an
organized and systematic plan of which
Mr. Blair s letter was the first step. That
tho domocratic masses will nermit this
ring, composed of a few democratic mem
bers or congress and intriguing politicians
to meet In caucus and crush all who daro
lo differ from their dictation, I do not
believe, and I do not speak thus warmly
over this great outrage with reference U
Mr. Greeley or any other man, but simply
in the interest of democratic lovo of llbor-
ality, freedom of thought and disdain of
the attempt to gag Mr. Voorhees from ex
pressing his viows.
Our Homo Advertiiers.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
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Just rccelvcdjat the
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Embracing tho very latest styles of
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Mo. Pub. and II. B. Cow
iST A touchinc incident is renortod
from Chattanooga. An uttor stranger
called on a respectablo farmer, last week,
and asked him if his houso had not been
robbed durimr tho war. Tho farmer rn.
piled that it had. " I," said tho stranger,
" was ono or a marauding party that did it.
I took a little silver lockot." "That lock
ot, " said tho rarmer, bursting into tears.
u hud Itftnn wnrn liv in u done HaaiI rhllrl
"Hero It is," ropllod tho stranger, visibly
affected j " I am rich, lot mo mako restitu
tion; hero is $20 far your little son." Ho
gave tho farmor a S50 bill and recoived
30 in change He thon wrung tho far
mer's hand warmly and loft. Tho farmor
has slnco driod his tears and loaded his
siiot-gun. The $50 bill was bad.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
100 Mllea Use NkortcatHoatc
Eighty 31 He tbe Shortest Home
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIKO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Detroit, ClereUnd, Nlfr Falls,
liutUlo, Hitubuij, W.hlnlon,
Bultlmore, Philadelphia, New York,
Boston and all points east.
Btllwaukfe, Janenrllle, Madison,
LaC'rosse, St. Taut and all points north
llus is also the only direct route to
Decalnr, Rlnnmington, Nprmseld.
I'eoria, 0.uinejr, Keokuk,
Burlington, Hock Island, La Salle.
Mendota. Ilizon. KrrArt
Galena, Dubuque, 4 Bioui City,
umana and all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Slcoplng Cars
On all Night Trains.
liat(tafe Checked io all Important points.
For tickets and information .nni. n r. n u u
depot nt alro; on board tne transit steamer be
tweeu Columbus and Cairo, and at tne principal
rail ron I ticket offices throughout the south.
h. r.juiiasua, oen'l fass. Ai't, Chieaio.
A. MiTcntLL, Gen'l. Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
Oni Lkvke : ; Caibo, III.
oansas raonniT ruiso.
REAL RNTATE AGENCY.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
Buy and Skll Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELE
And pcepare Coniejrsnces of Kinds!
1W Tlrlue of an execution to me directed by
tho Clerk oftheCircult Court of Alexandercoun'
ij.iii me aiaie or Illinois, in ravor of the people
of the stale ol Illinois, tor the use of Tliomss
Lewis and against Joel U. Moruan. William J
o" lii,Vnr,,f .R""lj7 ""P"'1 ?'h nlTohn
Hi "". I have lened upon the following
urwriiwa properly, to-wll; Lots numbered
'r?,0 l,l. "k numb'",
two t, in the city of Cairo, in Md county and
V ' I0 P,rPe.ry f ld Ilernard Smyth,
which I will oiler at public salH, at the south'
XT"1,;'0'. of '!"'. court houae. in said city, on
the lllh day oi June, A 11. 187.', between the
hours i ol nine o'clock a.m. and sunset of said
day, forcafh, to natlsly Haul execution.
Cairo, ?ftrl! r00""' ,ll!no"-
Un,lrtidhTTlrtueol an order and decree ol
.uovjmwuu vour. oi Aiexanucr county. Illinois
iiwjcuii in pennon oi ine unue ratRned, admin
Istrator cum lettatntntt niiRfni nt ttm ...... .
Jacob Cauble, deceaneW, for leaye to sell the real
ik? I f i' it lne APru Term, A. I),
ON MONDAY THE 1st DAY OF JU'.Y, A D 187
between tho hour nl in n'in,.i . . ..j
o'clock p. m of said day, sell at puollo "sale, a
tho couit house iloor fn th aIw i.r ,.i.n .1..
ander county, Illinois, the following described
real ettale. lo.witi
Slxty-ieyeii anal 40.100 (07 4010T) aores off the
west sideof the west hall ol the north-west nuaiter
ol section one(l). township fourteen (It), south
,..,....,.,.1. m lurinirii(j) priocipie i
ridian, situated in Alexander county, illln
1 weniy ami BO.IOO 120 WMOu acres otl'the esst side
ortlie eant half ot the north east quarter of section
two (2 .township i fourteen (Hj, south range two
2 west of the ihird 3) principle meridian, situ
ate in Alexander cniinly, Illinois, and the south
east quarter of the south east quarter of sec
tlonthirly;H3JJ. township thirteen III, Houlh
range two 2 west of the third 13 principle nr.
r dian, convainlnR forty tOJ acres, situated in
The payments to be made as follows, vis t
one. third cash in hand, th balance In six months
from the date of sitlu, secured by note and sale
...w, .R"! UH IIIO I'.VIIIIBVB mil.
Administrator cum ftifamcnto onncxo of tho estate
vi wnwu unuuiv, utrveaseu.
Mav 16lh. 1871.
Gruon i Ciliber:, Att'ya,
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
ivvvitfi.ru, Ail Jt,
I isr s'tj or a. asr a rn.
Assets t,M9,&04 IT
NORTH AMERICA, PA
Assets J2.7I3.000 on
Assets 1,M,20 It
I'll (KMX, HARTFORD,
Assets ll.7SI.HS it
Assets m ll.JiJ.WS 17
Assets 1700.1(37 00
Assets U1S.C73 BS
Assets - M 1MS.27I 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL. MO..
Assets tMi.rro tn
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIKE.
Asaets f 30,000,090 00
TRfVEI.EHS', IIAItTKOIII). LIKE AND
" -.. 11,600 on 00
RAILWAY PAHSENGKRa ASSURANCE
' asoo.ouu oo
Assels 5U,M2 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS ii CANDEE,
Tt Ohio Lovee.
City National Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
F. II ROSS,
FI RE AND MARINE
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL, LIFE,
ANCHORD FIRE AND MARINE
Solicits all slads of risks.
Afteat, Cairo, Illinois.
EitatoofU. P. H. Camster, deceased'
The undersigned having been appointed ad
minlstrntor of the estate or II. P. II. Canister,
ate of the county of Alexander, and Male ot Il
linois, deceased, hereby girea notice that he Till
appear liefore the county court of Alexander
ooi.nty, at the court house In Cairo, at the June
''mi n the third Monday in June next, at
wninn time all persons haying claim against
aaid estate are notlfled and requested t attend
for the purpose of haying the? same adjusted.
All persona indebted to said estate are requested
i?l7i?JSw.,Jl,,fu P'ymentto tbe undersigned.
lated this id day of Way, . s. 1I7J.
Js. s. MORRIS, Administrator.
Frank burns, defendant, is notified that
on the Hr( day of May, 1872,
Ananda Hums, complainant, hied her
uiii in cnancerr lor uivnrce. in tne Ai.Hnrf.v
county Circuit Court, state of Illinois, and that
rniu bui. uvw fOUUIUM 10 BJtlQ COUri. A SUm
nionawaa isaued out of the clrka nffi nf ,(
cuurt against you, rcturnaoia ou tne nrst Monday
ot July next, to a term of sa d court then to hi
holden at the Court House in Cairn. In ..1.1
VUUUI7 niiu eiaiv.
JOHN Q. HARMAN, Clerk.
Dated Mav 1st, IS72. Mdllwi"!
dreen Gilbert, solicitors for complainant.
A. N. Cheney, defendant, la notified that on the
isinoey oi raarcn.ioiz, a wrii oi attachment was
Issutd out of the clerk' office of the Aloxandcr
vuiiu.j viihun uvuu 111 inn aiaifl OI Illinois.
against your estate, returnable on theflrstMon.
uay in t
n April, Wi, ns the auit of Thomas J. Eat.
if?, for the sum of tm 61 and accruing In
. which writ has keen u.j..i i
suit is now pending in raid court. Unless you
shall anneap nn Ih. p.lnrn .u. . i.... - .
. . i ' . ........ m. tiieieui, juuuneni
with according o ,.w gth,
FIRE AND MARINE
1 2ST S TJ JL 1ST a El
NIAOAKA, N. Y.,
Assets ... ...ll,43l,l 15
OEaMANIA, N. Y.,
Assets !,0e,7ll 71
UANOVER, N. Y-
Aset lie, a on
KEPU11LIC, N. Y.
AsseU 714,I2S 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency.
YON KICKS. N. Y.,
Assets ins iu a.
Asset ., 4M.103 a
VIRemrn'h ruNi, s. r.,
Assets... 676.600 04
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Am'" 1,432,84 00
Stores. Dwellings. Ktiraitnp rr.,u .... .
goes, insured ut rates as fayirableas sound, per
manent secur Iv will warrant. ' '
I respectfully ask of the cltiiens ot Cairo, a
thereof their patronage. '
C. N. II I'UIIICS.
DOUBN, IS AN 11, ETCl
W. W. .THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT;
18i TENTH ITEBBT,
DMra, BsMh, BUastm etaleUar,
atst datura, (wee) Wlidewud Br
rrswsew, rieorlasj, LSti,
BklaiSlM. saissaejel aak, La lest aide
Ucbta, Ulaaeel TrsmswBu,
H4WII Welckta, Haah PsUUm auiel Ctrda
Bllsiel rewtwailsic-t KsMaatr
rail, BMfbMr Ceaaetst. FiaatwHss.
iMtt, UsitMel oil, Asaerltu m.s..
Olstsw, Kastllati Mdrraatek
w" OIw. Vrnttf, iUBlra Wtm
war ripen PaUatt Cktama
Our Homo Advertisera.
P. G. Schuh.
The Illinois Central Rail Roavl tTamnanv now
oiler for sale the following described lets la fire
Additioeto the City ef Cairo, via t '
uu ii eiocsi mi, uoi xaeioca as,
" e " 3?, " 27 " It,
" 83. 11 ta e i
' a n. ii aw
- a w,
or terma,ete. apply to
" ss " SB.
JA Mia JOHNSON.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROEBT VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner er BJIaietMsstk trsMtsuae Cbb
" C. O. PATIER.
(Buccessor to P. Saup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
102 Commercial Avenue,
I will aell at Public Auction, to tbe highest
bidder, aw KOR CASH-SB without reserve, at
the Factor' Building of
EICHOFF & BROS.,
Oa Washington Avenue, la the City ef Cairo,
Illinois, commencing oo
Tuesday, May 28th, 1872,
At 10 o'cluck A. M.. ami ftntfniifrts tV! 4 (a
Such as Bedsteads, Kltohen Safes, Wardrobes.
Lounges, Wash Maids, Tables, chairs, Bureaus,
Mattresses, Ik. Also about to.ouo fet of
WALNUT AND OTHER LUMBER,
Dressed and Undressed, a It... Iai r u.rti.
hh'.'J 0IS,,J Varnishes, Window t.
B1 2i"'i M?1hlDer? , The property fe t
sold being all of the articles contained ta tke
Larnes iKiiraHure Manufacturing EaublisSnieaJ
InBouthern Illinois, which was, at the lime It
passed into the iinH. nt ik. ,.j.M,d. la
successful operallon.. Particular .atteatiea
dealer; in furniture ia called, as this otters tt
best of opportunities lo replenish their stock.
-Ttd Recelier of ElchcB Bnkt
IT tai. i.lTJI. HH ve'
e improreii mo
Improrett RooIdc always ea
A flee stack of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, e4
flpeetaeles. Partleular atleatlon girea 1 all
kinds of watch repairing. The public axe eelioi.
ted teeedludeesapareprloeeekdeltarcee. Bole
ageat for Karl Zlmsaernea'acelebratdU watebea.
As a aaewkteb they are equal to M and ex
eelled by none la this Market, ftmnletloa
watabee a ireolallr freai my ttgt, -IM sttl