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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1872. " BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON V
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Our Homo Advertisers.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Elgbth Street, between Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
la'recelvlng daily new Invoices of
Of eve ry description, and at Patcas tontrir ma
TIIK LATEST HTYLI8 OF
8PRINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACKS OK ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES.
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all the other artlclea kept In
nut uui nunnery ana jrtmmings more
vm uiu ai iiiv Terr loweat niiure,
avrcall na mo her. No tr:
trouble lo ahow
4, MRS. MoQEE,
On ElghthStreet, between Commercial and Well
ington Avtouea, le dally receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LITEST SI'RINO AMD BUMMER ITT L KB.
Besides i full line of
Trimmed no J untrimmed,
FRENCH FLOWEIW. RIBBONd, TRIMMING
of nil kinds, Lacea, etc., etc.
Mra. McOee hen also a huge aaeorttnent of
Faucy Article, audi an
NECK TIES. COLLAR. UNDERSLEEVKS,
UUKKH. HASlira, KAN3,
And ell other article! usually found In s
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrt. Meflee, In addition lo her Mock of Fancy
and Millinery fluoda, haa a tin and complete a-aorlm-ol
ot Cincinnati Custom Made Latlee
and Milan' rihnea and Childrrna' lloota, Blwk
and In Color". These are acknowledged lo be
the flout and beat ahoea in the market, atil thia
it the only place tn the cltjr that make. Ihtm a
MRS. M. S WANDER,
haa opened out an eitcoelve atock of
All ol which are entirelr new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
ILJ.TS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant aeaortment of
LACES, FRINGES, XID OLOYES, HOSIERY
and all articlea uauallj kept in a firal-claaa mil
Mra. Kwandir Invitee the public tocall and in.
at.ect her a lock, whieh ahe will take plrature in
allowing lo old aa wen aa new cuatorrere.
For Salo at Wholesale or Retail
CORNER 32D-STRXET AND OHIO LEVI
ovlltf r. came
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
tullr, Benalne, Gsusollste,
And the celebrated illuminating
DROBH' UUILDINO, COn. llTll-BT. 4 COM,
NOTES FROM THE FEDERAL CAP
GOV. PALMER TO THE FRONT.
Our Home Advertisements.
SPBiKariBLD. III., May 27. Got. Pal
mer opened the Liberal campaign by mak
ing two stirring tpeocnes to tru citizens or
Macon county, one In the afternoon, an
other in the evening, to the operatives, to
trie manufacturers, merchant!, clerks and
other citizens of Decatur. Large audi
ences attended, and great enthusiasm pre
vailed. The meetings were both in the
interests of the liberal movement.' The
democracy were well represented. Dr. H.
C. Jones presided, asslited by vice-presidents
Judge Green, W. L. Harmcr, J. 11.
Gorin, U. K. Vurfie, Drs. Barnes and Kotb,
Hon. W. E. Nelson, Mayor Fink and oth
ers. Tnu presiding officer and Gov. Pal
mer were both delegates to the first Na
tional Republican convention, in 1810, at
Toe liberal j&ovoment in Macon county
Srogrcsins beyond any political precedent,
oth the speeches wore warmly applau
Washington, May 27. A prominent
liberal republican senator said to your
correspondent to-day that the most aaspi-
cious sign ol tue limes was me interest
which the south was once more taking in
national politics. He said that for four
more years of the same policy which had
obtained under Grants administration
toward that section would destroy what
ever American feeling is now to be found
there, and would bulla up a class of dis
contented states which would be found ex
ceedingly dangerous in case of foreign
complications. Among tho most impor
tant advantages to couiu out of the pres
ent campaign, he thought, were those
which would entirely ubollsb old war
issues and itive to the country broader
Jueitioni in which the south could take
Private advices from well informed
politicians in Iowa stato that the demo
cratlc convention of that stato, which will
meet on tho lllb of June next, will posi
tively indorso the Cincinnati nominations
and send Greeley delegates to Ualtimore.
Ex-Governor ilandolph, has made sev
ered journeys to Richmond lately. The
object of his minion is said to be the ma
nipulation oi mo anti-ureeiey aetegation
to Ualtimore, of which there is not the
slightest chance of success.
AQTIcea iroiu x lorium reurcauua auaa
a caucus of Conservative members of the
legislature tho subject of the Cincinnati
nominations was uucusseu, ana tue unani
mous judgment of the members present
was for acquiescence in these nominations
Ex-Governor Alcorn, and tho present
senator from Mississippi, elocted as a re
publican, will take the slump tor Graeley,
i tn . . n....'.
a Will UU.VI.1U. - AUWU1C, A.VU.u -
successor in the same state. Representa
tive Morphia, alio a member of congress
elect, and a republican in cood standing
from the same state, is an enthusiastic sup
porter of Ureeley.
J. Ho uouroon .ucmocratio clique in con-
greru, who opposed tn Cincinnati nomi
nees so violently at tne rjeginning, ana
thoucbt they were able to stem the popu
lar feeling in their organisation in this
direction, has substantially thrown up the
s ponce, and, with tho tingle exception or
Voorhee, there Is no ono but cither comes
out for Greeley or olio says he will sup
port him in cuie he is indorsed by the
Gen. John U. Gordon of Georgia ex
presses the opinion that that slate will
send a unanimous Greolev delegation to
the Jlaltimoro convention. He says that,
although Toombs and Stephens are op
posed to Ureeley, these men areas deaa as
all the war issues in the empire stato of
Figures that of the soven hundred and
thirtv-two delegates to Philadelphia, one
hnndrod and eighty already are either in
structed for or pledged to him, while Mr.
Colfax lias nut one nunareu anu iiuriy
Four hundred and twenty delegates bad
no instructions, which he expects will
first give a complimentary vote to citi
zens of their respective states, and then
unite either on himself or Mr. Wilson of
Iowa. Fiftv of the delegates net instruc
tod are colored, who are unanimously
counted for Senator V llson.
BARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'S;
TDIS HOUSE la VEWLY VITTKD UP WITH
THE NASHVILLE GERMANS EN
GREELEY AND UROWN.
DEMOCRATS AT THE STATE CAP
ITAL CONDEMN VOOR
Under and hr virtue ol an order and decree ol
mo circuit court 01 Aiexaaaer cuumj. nnu-",
made on the petition of the undersigned, admin-
litratnr rti.n hn..m nf triH ellate Of
Jacob Cauble, deceaaed, for leave to sell the real
atate of aald deceaaed, at the April Tern, A. I'.
1S71, ot aald court, I shall,
ON MONDAY THE 1st DAY OF JU'.Y, AD 1872
between the houre ol 10 o'clock a. m. and 6
o'clock p.m., of aald day. Ml at pulillo sale, at
the court house door la the city of Cairo, Alex
ander county, Illinois, the following described
real estate, to-wlti
tJlxtr- and 40.100 (07 SO loc) aorea off the
west side of the weai nan oi tne north-weal quarter
"JENNY LIND" TABLES,
THE SALOON IS STOCKED WITH
THE BEST BRANDS
rango two (J)wet
in A exancler county, luinni.
WNMODJ acrea orfthe eaat able
ol section one(l), township fourteen (M), south
oi i no iniru (s, principle me-
I'womv and 50.100 '
i th mt hair ol the north eaatauarter of Meotlnn
two 21. towuahip fourloen 14, antitli range two
m. west of the third 3J principle meridian, aim.
aled IU Alexander oniiiily, Ulmula, and Ihnaonth
aat quarter of tho south eaat quarter of aee-lloathlrly-nrelSI,
townahlti thirteen 111, eouth
range two Ul wwt of tile thftd 13 principle me
r'.dian, eonuinlng forty tvj acre, situated In
Union county, Illinois,
tri.m i..m.nl. tn Itn maila aa follows. VIS I
one-third caeh In hand, the balance In six months
from the date of ial, aei-url by note aud sale
mortg... on the premise, aotd.
AdmAalstrstor (um ttammto annuo of the estate
flreen Oi'lbert.'Alt'ys. 6-lSdflw
Agents wanted In eyerr City, Town and Coun
tvi for ths Oorhain Linen, ook and Card
Jirier No risk. One mark tor a whale m
" AddrM.' A. M. KIOHABWON, 1M West
kfVdlssn Htrsel, Chicago. 6-U o
Nashville, May 20. The Germans of
Nashville held a meeting last night, C. 0
Giors presiding, and P. R. Albert and
August Nicker acting as secretaries
Speeches wero made In favor of Greeley
and Drown and liberal republican move- self.
ment by J. U. Jeun, editor oi mo ami
grant,' General A. Uitzfeld, of Memphis,
and othors. Resolutions woro adopted re
nouncing all former party alliances, and
assuming a position of neutrality until a
now party may be formed based upon hon
est principles and true republicanism ; in
dorsing tho platform of the Cincinnati
convoution, anu pieuging tneir votes to
Greeley aud Urown; congratulating the
country upon tho passago of the general
amnesty law as ono ot tue gooa enecis oi
tho Cincinnati convention; expressing
gratitude to Greeley for bis course during
ttio Franco-Gorman war; declaring they
will hereafter support no man lor ottice ot
any kind merely because he is party
candidate, but will vote for the best and
nwi.i hnnait. and in conclusion aeraanu tor
tho Germans a proportionate share of pub-
no ouices. tho mooting was large anu
Voorhees' Terre Haute speech, published
this morning, is universally condemned
by all democrats and other supporters of
Greeley. It pleases only Grant's friends,
Tho 'Union and American' a democratic
organ, regards it containing all that
can be said against Greelev. anrf hu
friends must recognise that influences are
at work against tho adoption of him at
Ualtimore. 10 meet inese influences and
aecure the consummation designed, all
true friends of the Cincinnati nominees, it
I says, should close the ranks, ignore petty
quibbling and put their shoulders together
to tne worst ooiore tnau.
AHE COMPOUNDED IN THE
MOST APPROV ED4ST YLE.
Mr. Vsao, lit., April 11, 1872.
Edittr Ou'rt Bulltli :
Dsia 8ia Please lo announce me as a candi
date for Clerk of the Supreme Court, Southern
OranarDlylsi in ol Illinois. The new constitution
provides that the Clerks ol the Huprem Court
shslt hereafter be elected at the November elec
tion. Instead of the June election aa herelore.
The successor of the preaent incumbents are
lobe elected this coming fall, but will not qualify
uatll the pressnt terms expire In 1173.
R. A. D. WILBAMK8.
SIGN OF THE
Gt-ox .'QTrrEr hljqiet.
74 OHIO, LEVEE,
Wholesale and lie tall
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull slock of l'ure Drug and
Also a comnlrte line of toilet articlea. im
ported and American Soaps,
Together with a large assortment of Drugglata
St. Louis Advertisements.
T II E
To buy the Celebrated
AND BEST QUALITIES Or
AND ALL KINDS OK
AT THE VEKY
G12 and G14 North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, 310.,
Salesrooms of the
AWAIT THE COMING
OF THE GREAT
M B I N A
THE LARGEST ORGANIZATION OP THE SEASON.
THREE SHOWS UNDER ONE TENT !
72 PEOPLE A Little Village of Themselves. .
Tho Management beg lenvo to Inform ibe people of
CAIRO AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY
That they will Inaugurato tho tenting season with TWO GRAND PERFORM
ANCES in this city on the afternoon and evening of
SATTJIIDA.3rr, CTTJIsrE 1ST,
Introducing tho largest and most talented company In tho world, engaged at an
cnormouso expense for
This, the Mammoth Organization of 1872.
An effectual preventive ol Cholera, Typhoid
Feter, email-Fox, Kcarlet Feter, Ueasela, Cat
tle Dieeaae. anil all pestilential and cuotagioua
dlaeaaee. It la put up in paatboard cartons, the
lopa of which contain perforations, from which
it can be sprinkled aa from a pepper box. Hold
by BARCI.AT uKOs.
The retail price is 25 cents per package,
(Proceedings of the Board of Health Official. )
Orrict Uotan or Hbalth, 8t. Lorn. 2d May,
1S71. The resident phyalciana states that he has
uaed, in the city hoapiul, the carbolic arid
powder, and finds It the best disinfectant and
destroyer of buga, ants, cockroachea Ao , ol
which he haa knowledge. Tour committee re
commends the purchaae of thia powder for use
in the hospitals.
(Signed i It. II. O'BRIEN,
Clerk Hoard ol Health.
We are now in receipt if a fieli stock of
For the eeaeon ; also a full line of
Aud Painters Materials generally.
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., 0
THE ONLY RELIABLE OIVT ENTERPRISE
IN THE COUNTRY !
S60 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed In
Xj. X). SIITB'S
listh Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday, June 3d, 1672.
Two Grand Capitals of v
$5,000 In Greenbacks 1
Provious to the Porformanco
tho world renowned LADY ROPE WALKER, will make her daring ascension from
tue grounu to tno lop or Uio uentro I'olo; anu during tne performance
"Will mako her
DARING LEAP FOR LIFE!
A Grand French Ballet Troupe of
FIFTHH1T ITOTJliTa- L TIDIES.
MR JOSEPH H. KEANE,
The Talented Young Comedian, in bis own personation of
the largest and moit powerful
Two Prizes $1,000
Flvo Prizes 600
Ten Prizes 100
"COME AND SEE FOR YOUR-
Tbey keep on band a fine stock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND HBRRINGS
Are spread morning and srenlng '
At which all era Invited to partake
FREE OF CHARGE.
Bo yon wish to recelte all the beneneflts of
asjySARATOGA, N. Y.,
19- BLUE LICK, Kr.
Without the expense of a trip to tboae reeorta.
If ao, apply lo tia. We receive these watera di
rect frem the apringa, and are prepared to lur-
niah them pure, it; is lui.w. rrean anu mivij
from our counter. Persona llrlng ntadlatancH,
n, hn wliih to have the w
can be supplied with Saratoga in boti
ilea, and Dlue
Lick IB lollies, kegs and uarrela, Call and get
ineaicmai Tirtuui ui
a circular in retard to the
these noted waters.
H. LETT Si CO. FAT TUK IIIOUEST MARKET
Below will bo found the corrected list
of nrlces nald by H. Levy & Co., for
hides, furs, feathors, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produco
Levy & Co. do a very largo trade tn their
line, and it is a well known (act that they
always pay the highest prlcos to be ob
tained in this market Ihoy are now
Beaver, per pound
BIDES, PER POUND
Beef Hides, Dry. Salt..
it i Green Salt
Tallow, psr pound
One llerseand Buggy with fllver-Mountcd
neaa, worm f""' eacn.
One Hue-toned Itosewood Piano, worth $VX).
Ten family sewing machines, worth tlOU each.
Fivo hearv cased old hunting watohea and heavy
geld chafna worth SU each. Five gol 1 Amer
ican hunting watche wo.tli 13.1 each. Ten
ladies gold hunting watchea woilh lio each.
Eight hundred gold and silver lerer hunlins
watches, in all, worth from M to fW. Ladled'
gold IrontinH chain-, grnl'a gohl vest ennins,
Rulid and double phtted eilver table and tea
efioona, photograph albums, Jewelry, etc, etc.
U holo number of gittH, cuou. Tickets limited to
Agents wanted to sell tickets to whom liberal
premiums will l paid.
Mcgie tickets one dollar ) six tickets live dol
lars; twelve tickets, ten dollar ; twenty-five
Circulars containing n full list of priiee, a de
scription of the manner ut drawing, and other
information in rererence to ine uistrioiiuon, win
he tent to any one ordering them. All letters
must be addressed to L. I. bINE, Box, M,
orricE, Cincinnati, o.
lin west tun si., novz-wauiy
Is alo with the Combination;
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE LARGE PAVILION 1
LOOK OUT FOR THE
GOLDEN BAND CHARIOT 1
(3- IR A 1ST JD STREET .A-IDIEJ.
Admission 50 Cents.
Children 25 Cents.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized uy State Authority and
Draw.v in Public in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Class E, to he Drawn May 31, 1672.
0,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
wo Prises of. loo
1 Prlie of. JSOioo
of. i:i.4vi I u
or......... iu,t) a
of .. 7,tVU U
of ,! u
ol U.ftOO 80
or. 1,0110 3d
Of fVl 180
0f....M MO UM
plOj Half Tickets, $3
Tickets, $2 CO.
Ourlotterlea are chartered by tho Slate, are
always drawn at the lime named, and all draw
ings are under the supervision of sworn com
iiiUalonera. . , .,
The olttcial drawing will be publlihed lit the
Ft. Louia papers and a copy sent to purchasers
of tickets! ,
We will draw a similar scheme the last day of
ejery month during the year Wl,
Our Home Advertisers.
COXXINMION AND rOHWASDINU.
7.. D. MATH UBS.. K. C .U11L
MATnUSS & UIIL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCI:
NO. 84 4IIIIO I.EVKE.
Remit at our risk by postnfflce money order.
registered letter, dralt or express. Hend lor cir
P. O. box'itte.
MURRAY, MILLER A CO.,
01. LOUIS, MO.
FOR SALE, ) Forga e poll HALE,
TOR SALE.J KorrWel FOR SALE.
1 00a 2 25
5 00a T 00
3 00a 6 00
60 a 75
9 a 12
25 a 28
The above price list 1 subject to oorreo-
Fare from Liverpool,
Faro from Londonderry
Fare from Glasoow,
Faro from Queenhtown
TO CAIRO, ; : $48-20
daftord, Morris A Ca , gunts.
Liverpool New-Toik abd Philadelphia
lIXttB OOXTBAOT WITB VNITSB STSTSS SalTISB
For Carrying the Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
ea rosiass isrssiTio
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aat,
'IS Broadway. Nsw-Tork, arte
ffiiklri'-t- Atsaos, Oatre. mis. ii
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS vor FAIRBANKS SCALES,
taloO tjvee. OAIBO, ILLINOIS.
Our Home Advertisers.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to . B. Hendrlcas A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Advancements made e-sif
upon Consignments. aTVa
Are prepared to receive, store and forward
freights lo all poluts and buy aad
sell du commission,
WDuaineaa attended to promptly.
JOHN Ii. PIILLIS & SON,
(Successors to John II. Phlllis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Co. TKHTH-ST. a.d OHIO LSV
CAIRO, ILLS- ,
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DEALBEa I2ST LIMB,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner Ela-tUb Street and Ohl Lsrss,
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nut,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
NU.7C Okies Leveo, CAIBS), IIXUOIS,
srnpeclal attention given to oonslgnmeaU an
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE, , 4
STRATTON & BIRD,
(riuccsasorstoSlratlOB, Hadson Ctark.)