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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY .TUNE 1$, 1872
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jSobilhe,l In Southern Illinois.
PrM whore j ob ee that whlto hut
ahlao. . .
VnVl the fee I" dowa i
AMI be the word alow the line,
mlfr and Units Brown."
of Now York ;
"Natick conni.r.ns !a tho latest repub
lican drink" tityi an cnttorn paper. Col
fax anil li!s friends And it hard to swallow.
Ai.Titouoii Orant'i retiomlnutlon was
known In Washington nt noon on tlio day
on which it look place, not a tlnglo person
went to tho White houso to offer tho pics
(dent congratulations. The "wild cnthu
siaim" said to havo been exhibited in Phi"
Indolnhla on tho occasion, did not extend
Dr. Huston tins been acquitted by a
majority of tho commillco of Invesliga-
lion, and now intends to rmrstto Ills suit
against the Haiti more American for 11
bel. Tho roverend doctor, who has gain
cd an unonviablo notoriety, Is very gener
ally boliavcd to bo not innocent of the of-
fenso charged ngainst him, nnd will vory
probably not reap a largo fortune from
his action against tb ' American.'
TOR VICE rRr.8IDr.NT.
B. GRATZ BROWN,
AVe, tho Liberal Republicans of tho
United States In Convention assembled at
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following princi
ples as essential to just government:
DEAD IHHVEH III BIKD.
1. We recogntzo tho equality' of nil
men beforo the law, and hold that It is
the duty of tho government in its dealings
with the people to mete out EQUAL AND
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
COLOR OK PERSUASION, KKLI.
UIOUS OR POLITICAL.
AVE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED RY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENTS OF
3. We demand tho immediate 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 IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
DEMOCRATIC TO THE COKE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guurd tho
rights of all citizens more securely than
any centralized power. Tho people and
the public welfare 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 largest liberty consistent
with public order, for the stato self-government,
and for tho nation a return to
the methods of peace nnd the conttitu
tlonal limitations of power.
"TRUE AN 1'Kr.ACITlXtl."
0. Tho civil servico of tho government
hat become a mere instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, nnd an
object of selfish greed. It is a scandal
and reproach upon freo institution, nnd
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tho
perpetuity of republican government.
TUEUEI'OKE A WINE DEMAND,
C We therefore regard n THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
as one ot tho most pressing necessities of
the hour; that honesty, capacity nnd fidel
ity constitute tho only vnlld claims to pub
lic employment; that tho offices of tho
government cease to bo a matlur of arbi
trary favoritism and patronage, nnd tluit
public station become acaln tho post of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPBlb
-rATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
rAttlSTF HVKSTION HIIOVED AHIltE
7. We demand a system of federal tax
Alon which shall not unnecessarily inter
ire with the industry of tho people, and
Ibicb shall provide tho means necessary
ft pay tho expenses or tlio government.
jonomlcally administered tlio pensions
le interest on mo public dubt and it inrni
(ate annual reduction of the principal
tereof, and recognize that thero aro in
it midst honest but irreconcilable ilif-
Crences of opinion with regard to tho ro
lectlve systems of protection anil freo
ade. WE REMIT THE DISCUS
,ON OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
THEIR CONGRESSIONAL DIS
RICT8, AND THE DECISION OF
iS v T UK K EON, WHOLLY
IEE OP EXECUTIVE INTEKFKIt
OE AND DICTATION.
i. The public credit must bu sacredly
.InUlned, and we DENOUNCE UK.
IDIATION in every form and guise.
BIHO Or TIIK TRUE If ETA I..
. A HJ-JSEDY RETURN TO
ECIE PAYMENTS 1. demanded
:e bv the highest considerations of com-
ciai morality and honest government
STOBB FOB TUB NOE.IIIEB HOVti.
t. We remember with irratltudo tho
T-Jiflcea of the soldiers and tailors of the
lVsiDilc, ana no act of ours shall over
Yct from their Justly earned lume, or
w imi rewards 01 tueir patriotism.
H AVAUHT.LANB BOBBERS! I
,. we are opposea to all further grants
iuu w ranruaui or oiner corporat oris.
iiiinT.Tnnouiiv uiiA. .. ....
poaD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET
RS. 8af UBEBAt. rOBEIUJV POLICY.
pOU.We.holdthat it is tho duty of tho
Ono'ftB,'nt In Its Intercourse with foreign
n:" 10 cultivate friendships of peace
1U0 eating with all on fair and equal
Imp. "gwdlng it alike dishonorable
n Kn to ""andwhat is not right or sub-
a what Is wrong.
Seve;.0,',!, P''00-lor and success of
wiser for tho despatch rocetvod. Genorals I souls into the haven of Chr!'",i:th
Rabcock and Dont wore the only porsc-nt rich tone of the organ
found one teemed to hear the restlosi . Jlut
tor ofaottla wings angels waiting to
draw btcif he yeil of Won ,,!
SoMf.tiuno now in n literary lino is to
-surprjso nnd delight tho public shortly
An cnorgctlo and enterprising writer,
hailing from Now Jersey, intonds writing
it history of "Grant's Relations nnd their
Connections. 1 Tho book will bo compiled
from rrliablo sources nnd will circulate as
a campaign document in tho interest of
Ulysses. It is boliovcd if it is i'sued in
time nnd sent out In company with n his
tory of tho three years of Graat's admin
istration, with a full roport of tho San
Domingo scheme, tho brilliant succors of
tlio Washington treaty, a full list of tho
appointments made in roturn for houses,
horses, greenbaohs carriages and dogs,
with a biographicul skolch of tho family
relations now in office, it may probably
gain him a vote or two. Tho book is ex
pected to create nn intense sensation, at
least among Grant's friends, to havo an
immense sale, and to tnako tho fortune of
its author, whatever it may do for its sub
r t m house hold that Knew anviinne
about tho action of tho convention before
tho president bad an opportunity to re
turn, rne interest aero in tuo proceed
incs concentrated on tho selection of a
candtdato for tho vice-presidency. Hence
thero was much .earncti inquiry every-
whern in learn tlin nrnirrnss nl events in
that direction nnd thnTr insult. Ono of
tho mott anxious groups was in the vicini
ty of tho telegraph office, in tho rear of
tno reporters gniiery, on mo .- -
oi tho uapitoi, wncro uipaicui - -
colvod, from time to time, by different
parties. When n telegram gavo the vote
foriWllson and Colfax It was thrown
from tlio gallery by a "WWX
looking Tt .fandednJ'ltWhto
what nervously agitated, did not at first
e m toreallzo he had been nomlnalod.
Senator Tipton throw tip his head as if
with a full appreciation of its Importance
and as If tl.Sfntclligonco were conclu.lvo
In favor of tho Massachusetts Senator.
Othor telegrams were soon after received
which left no doubt on Mr. Wl son's mind
that ho had been nomlnatod, when ho cast
a glance at tho reporters In tho gallery as
if Tn thankfulnct for tbolr having first In
formed hltn of tho vote. Senator ilson,
when tho exltcmont had subsided, was
seon to wrlto a despatch and send t to the
telegraph offlco by u page. Mr. J omorov
.i .n.,ritiul thn eh!r of tho Dresi-
mor thn River and Harbor bill
l.i5 nnIlerntlon. With tho ex
ccption of tho fow Senators who gathorcd
nround tlio telegrams tho otners patu av
t.niUn in dm huslness In progress.
Vlco President Colfax at tho samo timo
.im roKolvml n despatch staling his defeat.
Mr. Colfax was In his room at the time,
and lost no tlmo in going to Senator Wll
nn. Tin ( tho Arst to concrntulate him
on his nominatbn. Strango to say the
liboral republitnns Sumnor, Schurz. Tip
ton nnd Fenton hastened to Wilson's
seat to li'itr the news and extend congrat
ulations, whilo the administration sena
tors showed neither anxioty to hear tbo
nows nor willingness to congratulate Mr.
Wilson. Senator Conkling gavo most tin
mlstakablo signs of disapprobation, nnd
looked derisively at Vilon when ho
lenrnod tho rosult.
Tho liberal republicans arc confident
that Wilson is an clement of weakness to
tho Grant tiokot. especially in the west and
northwest, and it Is reported hero to-niglit
that Wilson's nomination was encouraged
bv a cliquo quite ns forniidablo as tbti one
sent to Cincinnati by tbo ad mi titration
to mudillo convention manors tnoro,
AN IMPORTANT EVENT.
r.r.L t.n- .n..1.frn on tho loveliness
i.tr. t.. ...nMi ncr sacrodness o
WIVII1I1- " , . I. ...HI.
mother's face, as she knelt with
beed to boP admitted, seemed to toll of
i. .i.t. ninT d that vcarnod for
Shlghor low IthVit ealth had yet affordtnl,
and turned from its doluslvo placo to seek
that of .which tho world cannot rob thoni.
Thcio throo generations wero stamped
with tho seal of faith nnd received Into
tho tender embraces of that royal mother,
tho Holy Catholic church. One, a woman
who has adorned ns few havo over dono
tho highest positions In a great nation ;
yet turns without faltoring from tho allure
menu of society, bravely casts nsido tho
strong prejudices of a lifetime, and oven
at tho nsK or sunucring ties iiruinwrauw
by years of fond association seeks pcaco
and happiness in tho bosom of tho church.
xBBB BJBJBJBJBJBl dawrF -h
A HOItnllll.E DEATH.
(From the Grayvllle Kiulillean.)
Yountf Daniol Stanlev. ttbout 10 years
of age, son of Mr. Nthan Stanley, living
nino miles west or town, met tnomosi ter
rible death last Saturday It was over our
duty to record. Ho hud been plowing in
me liold until dinnor time, wnen no un
hitched tho horto from tho plow and
stooped on tho tracc-chnin for tho pur-
noso of mountlnir. when his fool
slipped and became entangled In the har
ness, ilio norso commcnccu running imu
kicking, and beforo ho could be cbcckod
the young man's leg was pulled onliroly
off at tbo thiu'li. and ho otticrwiso tootcrri
blvuiancled for us to uivo tho shocking
dolails. His parents havo tho sympathy
of this cntiro community in this v.idden
death of nn industrious nnd ptomisinr'
-.I..-, i . i i
Tiiky have a law in Cotinda thu.'. when
a person of illlgllitnato birth dies, intestate
nnd leaving no direct heirs, his freehold es
tate escheats to tbo crown. Tho law was
recently apple4 to tho cbsn of ono Donald
Luthcrlanc. who died, at Toronto under
these circumstances, and hia freehold pro
perty was taken trom hit widow in tho
namo of tho crown. As the enso is with
out precedent in that country, it is not
Unown how tno anatr win end.
Q U A U T K H s .
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180 COMMKRUIAI. AVKNUK, CAIRO Uu
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STOVES, TIN WAVJe,
In an article on the death of James
Gordon Iiennctt, n cotomporary remarks
that he was in his old ago a tall, heavy,
bony innn, with thick whito hair, jagged
brows, large features, ono oyo twisted and
both twinkling, with n strong Scotch ac
cent, nnd in manner nt oncu ravu nnd
genial. Ho was tlio untrammoled despot
of tho 'Herald,' and in waiters of business
he was quick, positivo nnd clear. It hns
been understood, in all parts of tho world
that tho 'Herald' always paid with liber
ality for exclusive intelligence, and this
famo has given it on many occasions ad
vantages over its cotemporaries. Mr.
Bennett leaves a wife nnd two childron
a son nnd a dnughter. His wife has re
sided in Europe, usually in Switzerland,
we believe, for several years. His son and
daughter were in England when his alarm
ing illness was announced, and sailed for
homo on Friday, .lames Gordon Bennett,
jr., is a young man of line capacity, nnd
his father bad faith in him that he would
be, when bis wild oats wero sown, tho best
journalist in America.
Ai'PuoAcirixa marriage of the km
Tho SbanchnO correspondent of tho
London ' Times ' writinc JUarch 21, sees
in tho Chincso Emperor's approaching
OaRPET-HAO GOVERNMENT. "Tho South
' Carolina treasury N bankrupt ; thero i
not even enough cash coming in to pay
tho costs of n special session of tho legis
Mature (wheroforo most members advise
acainst It), tho public schools aro ordered
'closed, tho duly interests will go unpaid,
mid it is boliovcd that tho scrip coming
In from tax sales will bo of no boncflt to
tho stato creditors, as it will go to Kltnp-
ton in sottlcment of bis claim." Mobile
We learn that Colonel Thomas Rovers,
of the Gallatin Examiner, tho oldest Dem
ocratic editor in Tennessee, Is an out-and-out
Greeley mm. Tho Colonel has for
some.tlme believed tho old ship of stato to
'Do getting on tno rignt course, anu so no
concluded to Examiner nnd seo what was
the matter. Ho found that the trouble
arose from her having an incompercnt pilot
at tho helm. He now proposes to havo a
hand in discharging that pilot, and placing
the teip'in the hands of Horace Groelep, who
will guide her safely through every storm.
W A T E R COOL E R S .
"W X JRj 3H CLOTH
for Window STeeii",
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&c, Vcn Ac.
CRADLES, ice, ice.
Also inanuln'-tiirrrs n(
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We kcp a lull l"ck of I'nre tirux' nU
For the sea.on ! aluoa full line of
And Painters Material. Renerally.
THE RADICAL NOMINATIONS-
HOW GRANT AND
From tlio NewJ'ork llentM,
WailniiKton, June I'., I7;
President Grant received a telegram nt
noon to-day announcing that ho had been
renominated. Ho read It without innkiiii!
utiy remark, but handed it to General Hub
cock, who had received It from tho mes
Mirigcr, and Gonural llubcock was tho first
to congratulate him on tlio honor cuntcr
red. Tho President at tlio tiino tho mes
sago was received was Mono In his olilco.
lint low visitors had called duiing the
forenoon, and as thero was not tlui slight
ost possibility of business requiring his
presence nl tho executive mniikjmi, ho im
mediately ordered his buggy ami prepared
fur Mil afternoon drivo Uesiriiiu to avoid
tho congratulation of Tom, Dick nnil liar-
iv. r.ven tno cabinet onicors who wero
near ut hand did not consider it necessary
to show their esteem by hastening to the
White house, and Secretary Jioiitwoll who
had moru interest in tho nomination of
Wilson for tho vice presidency, remarked,
'Oh, Grant's nomination, of course, will not
surprise anybody; but what about tho
nomination lor vico-prosiuont i jsvery
ldy knows, or is supposed to know that
Grant Is a quiet man and dislikoi ull kinds
of khow. 'i o those who sincerely congratu
lated him upon his roi.omlnation ho quietly
and modestly leturned hit thanks, but do
clined to enter Into conversation. When
his carriage i was ready he drovo by himself
Into the suburbs of Washington and re
inalned away until dark. During tlio
evening the vlce-iirtsldent and a number
of senators called to conaratulwte him on
his renomlnation. Ho remarked to friends
this evening, after returning from his ride
that the announcement occasioned him no
tmrjiri.i-, at ueieguu's nau ueen lnstruetnj
to vote for him. and the procecdlm-a .,f
yesterday showed that this would bo UiU
result. Nevertheless, ho was highly
gratified that tho nomination was unan
imous, and folt under obligations to liU
countrymen who, through their delegates,
had to emphatically enuortod him, both in
their speeches and by their votoi, which
showed that the vilo slanders uttered
against him found Ho believers among his
What occurred Mbout tho Executive
Alanslon to-day was really moro monot
onous than an ordinary day's run of busi
ness, Had a stranger not known from
the telegrams received that tho prosent
occupant of the Whlto Houso had boon
invited, as far h it lies In tho power
nominating him, to run a in thero for four
years longer, no ono would have been tho
marrlaco an event which may el
world outside tho walls of China. Tho
Express and dowager publish threo de
crees: tho urst naming tno r.mpress eieci,
tho second appointing three other ladies
to bo members oi tne harem, ana me iniru
ordering the astronomical board to select
a lucky day in uciober lor tne ceieorauon
or the marriage, ino namo oi ine iaay
wliom fato and tho empresses havo selected
for this supremo honor is Alute. She is a
Mongol by descent. Her father is Chung
Ca. a iunior officer of tho Hamlin Col
lege, being a son of Salshanga, a Mongol
mandarin, who una n nign omco at tno
beginning of tho last reign, and her
mother is tho daughter of the Into
Tuanhua, Princo of Cheng, who was a
prominent member of the anti-foreign
party that held away during tho closing
vears of Hienrung, 'but was overthrown
bv Prince Kung and tbo Empress, in
November, 1861. Tbo event has
AN ULTERIOR POLITICAL IMPORTANCE.
The formal assumption by him of tho
reins of power cannot be long delayed af
ter his marriage, nnd the first question
which he will have to decide on his own
responsibility is that of admitting foreign
embassadors to andience. It seems to
havo been tacitly airreod anion i; tliu went
ern powers that they would forbear press
ing this claim until
THE EMPF.ROR'H INDEPENDENCE.
from control should bo fully recognized,
Tbo epoch of marriage in Cbina is gener
ally held to bo the signal for this enianci-
nation. So wo may anticinnte that tho
question cannot be longer deferred than
the sprinc of 1872. To Europeans unfa
miliar witn the extravagant assumption of
a Chineso emperor, this matter must seem
much less important than it really is. For
It docs involve tne crucial point oi our re
latlons. isolated lor conturtes lrom tho
rest of the world, knowing only the weak
Uidgdom arounu tier borders, over whom
her superiority is unbounded, unina has
regarded Morsel! as tho centor ot civilua'
tlon and power, implied in tho term "ncu
tral kingdom," and the emperor is, of
course, as far above "outsido sovereigns as
China is superior to tho nations over whom
thoy rule. Thero is only ono emperor,
OTHER KUI.Vna OK TUK WORLD
Are his vassals. Embassadors, thoreforo,
from those rulers, aro tributo bearers, and
ran only approach his pinsonco as thoy
would that of a god, constantly kneeling
and striking tlio earth with their forohoad.
It is easy to conceive that tho advisers of
tho young omporor have stoadfastly do-
ciincu toucai witu n demand so propos
tennis in Chinese oyes as tho admission
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A. B. 9AKFORD, President ;
H. S. TAYLOR. Vlce-Presideot;
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Pan. (). Hciitii,
W. I'. IfALLicar,
Itepoalta at any Ajuount Beeel v-d Irosa
a ess ;caus upwaras,
iNTEKEKT paid on deposits at the rate ol six
par cent, per annum, MhicIi 1st and Heptem
r 1st, luterest not withdrawn la r.dded Imme
diately to the principal of the deHisits, thereby
g'tlnn rhetn compound interest.
UAHRIKIl WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
0 TUAT MO OXK It-IE CAN DSAW IT,
Open eyery busine.s dav from 9 a.m. in .1 n.in..
and Baturdajr eyeninK lor HAVING UKPO.-JI'l's
only, from In 8 o'clock
THE CITY NATIONAL
To an nudienco ns representatives of sov
ereigns equal with their own masters.
All Confuclaiidom would havo been aghast
iu iuu iiiuovauon, nnu mo ncau oi tho in
novator would havo bcon In dangor, A
poworful mandarin might havo dared and
steered through tho crisis, but tho mom-
iters oi the present government aro not
individually powerful. Tho instinct of
n Chinaman is to stavo off, rather than
grapple with, an emergency. Tho respon
sibility could not havo been put upon tho
emperor, fur he was too young. It would
havo boon too patent that a boy of four,
teen or Uftecn years was under "tho influ
ence of liis ministers; but Ills majesty is
now sovontoon, according to tho Chineso
modo of reckoning, which sots down a
baby as a year directly It is born, and
when, to tlio weight ot the seventeen
years, Is added
THE DKINITY OK MAHHIAOE,
All China will conccdo a cortuin amount
of individual will to its rulers. Tbo
Emperor then is tlio only man who can cut
tlio knot without danger to his head, and
lo him has tho solution of tho problem
boon left. Whether ho will deal with it
intelligently, or persist in dashing his
hoad against tho wall, remains to be seen.
' of May
IIAPTlSM OP MRS.
Tho CaUiolio 'Mirror
contains tho follow!
uvuiiwu no icstt importanco to tho
vo me religious world took
tho Msltatlon convent, at Georgetown
where tho widow of ex-President Tyler
with her young daughter and infant grand!
child, wero baptised and received Int. the
Catholic church. Tho beautiful and Im
posing ceromony was especially interost
ing, Inasmuch at all present woro ac-
3uaintod with the lifo and history of tho
istlniruisbed neophyte, and ono could nm
but bo impressed by the solemn beauty of
tho scene. Tbo little chapel,, fragrant
witn uowcrs ana niuminoa uy tne mellow
radlnce of tho evening tun, lingering,
it would teem, to light those regenerated
W. P. HALLIDAY, President j
HENRY L. HALLIDAY, Vics-Pre.ldtni;
A. B, HAFFOKD, Caahiar
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Fare from Qukenhtown
TO OAIRO, :::::::: $48-20
dartord. Morris A Ca
Liyerpool New-Yoik and Phllajlelphla
f-ioia co-iTaacT with i-nitkd siatm and ssithu
For Carrying Ilia Malls.
for passaITe tickets
oa rvaiura iNroaNATioN
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
IS llroadway, New. York, or to
II. II o up I ,
Washington Avenue, Cairo. nois, ji
IMtOKN. HANII, KTCi
An effectual preventive ol Cholera, Typhoid
Fever, emall.I'oz, Scarlet Fever, Mesels. Cat.
tie Disease, and all penitential and rool1!loil
diseases. It is put up in paatboard cartons, the
tops of which coutaln perforations, from which
It can Ij sprinkled as from a pepper bo. Hold
by BARCLAY UHO-i.
The retail price Is 25 cents per package.
(Proceedings of the Board of Health-Official.)
Orncr liosED or llsilTH, Hr. Lot-is. T2d May,
1871. The resident physicians states thathe has
used, In the city hopital, the carlxiiic acid
powder and finds It the best disinfectant and
destroyer of hugs, ants, cockroaches, Ac, ol
which he has knowledge. Your committee re
commends the purchase of this powder for use
In the hospitals.
(Signed) It. H.O'IIRIF.N.
Clerk Hoard ol Health.
We erenow In receipt if a flesh stock of
Hr virtue of an execution to me directed Ly
the Cltrk oftheCirciiit Court of Alexander coun
ty, lu the state of Illinois, in favor or the people
of the state ol Illinois, for the use of Thorns
Lewis and against Joel U. Morgan, Willlsn J.
Allen, Patrick Reilly, lleinard Srnjth and John
i. Ilarman, I hate let led un thu following
desi-ribe.1 property, to. Hit Lots numl-ered
twelve lr, and thirteen. (I3J, lu Mock iiumliered
two , in the city of Cairo, in said county and
stale, lis the property of snld llernard Hmylh,
which I will otter at pilhliu sale, at the soubh.
west door of the court lions'-. In said city, on
the 14th dny ol June, A. D. 167 J, Iwtween Ihe
hours ot nine o'clock n.m. and aunsci of said
day, for cash, to satlsly snld execution.
AI.VY If llll-IW
Rherltt of Alexander Oiusly, Illinois
Cairo, III., Msy z:i, l7i.
W. W. THORNTON'S
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT'
I3J tenth street,
Dora, Nawb, Bllatda. Mouldlusra,
Oottcra, (wood) Window and lor
rramoa, rioorltsa;, Lath,
HtslBifleti, CUnaed Nub, Giaa(Nt Hide
Lighta, taistaed Traaaaasa,
Hssatt Welgbta, Sstatj Palllta nad Cord
Blind rstasoalaara. Rooting
Fall, BooflUK C'oaiaist, Vlaaterlua;
ler, Carpet Frit, Whlto
Lead, Uaaod Oil, Aiurlra Window
Glass, Eua-llah aadFrcacb
Plate Ulaaa, ratty, tilaalrr'a sVolnti
Howor Plpoo Patent t'blasavya.
A aKVt ,orirRi!ok ,IUWI pper Company'
AJk H...HI.(I .... HM (.ni IB uitiiiuuI.
John's Improved Hoofing always on
Ageuls wajiled In eery Clly, Town ami Coun.
ty. for the oorhsm Liiien'llook and Card
Jlarkar. No risk. One marks lor a whole lam
, jr. Address A. M. KIOHAIUHON, Ut Weil
'Idlssu Htreel, Chlcngo. 6.c eodlmi'
A DM I N 1STHA TO It'S 8 A L E.
NOUCK: Hy virtue of nn order and decree of
ini-circuit couri oi aiexamler county, Illinois,
ina-leou the petition of tho undersigned, a Imln
Islrator d Louis non of the estate of Charles
Kuril, deceased, for leuve to sell the real estate
of said deceased, id the April li-rm, A. U. Wi, of
ald court, I shall on the slh day of June, A. IK
T2, between tne hours nf lo o'clock h.iii,, and
to'elock, p.m., of said day, sell at pulillc sale,
at lh door ol Ihe court house In the city of
Culro, in suld county and State, tho following
descrl'ied real estate, aitnateii In the city f Cairo,
county of Alexander and state or Illinois, to- wit:
Lot number len (10) and livn feet otf the east
ode of Jul nuiiiher eleven (11) In block num.
bcred Iwenty.lhree (M) ns the same aro known
and described on the recorded rnup.nr plat, of
said city ol Cairo. '
The payments to 1 made as follows 1 One-half
cash in band, the balance in six months from
day of sale, tti purchaser lo give his note lar
Ing alx percent, interest, smiicd by a morlgsie
wlthpowerof sale, mi Ihe preuilaea sold, to ae
cure the unpaid portion of the i ntclm... money,
, , GUOIH1K KiSIIKIt,
A'lmlnislrator de Innlanonnf the cttate of Clinr-
len Kuril, deceasoil,
April Ikth, 17. 0-2.'.wG
CAIHO & ST. LOUIS KAILROAD
1UK Or CON I) KM NAT I ON OK
RIGHT OP WAY.
To Kugene Leuren, .Iiimes II . Roberts, Hannah
(1. Mather, Thomas H. Mather. Willimn C Ma!
ther.JuliaCrofl, Charles Crolt.L'liphlettHrown
Cleopatra llrown, Mrs. France.' J. Wallace'
Mr-.'Mary .1 Raker John llaker. W I II lain K.'
Wsllace, Ivlwanl 1). Wallace, Chsrlea K. Wall
lace, trances Wallace anil unknown owners and
persona having nn Interest in the hereinafter
described lauds annate in the county ot Alex,
ander, In the state of Illinois : '
Takk NOTicr, That the Cairo nnd HI. Louis Hail,
road Company havo tiled their petition In the
crllcii or the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Alexan
der county, stale of Illinois, praylnf ilio nppolnT
ment of three disinterested frcedinlilers oV aaid
county am Commissioners, to fU l o comneJsa
I no to be madu to theowncrs. aJwelUs toPase!s
striictlon and use of their railroad by "ha ukina : of
astrlp of land one hundred feet wiVlor right of
way or road track over and ncioss the following
described tracu and parcels ol land lying I In said
Aloxan er county, to-wlti lh w qr ol iWsenr
sec, T. tp H. r 1 west . the north east or of the
e)rof see 13, tp Id, sriwest; the o i of sec
U, l) IS, ar a wesli the qr of tho ne or, seo 1.
tp lb, sr i west the i w yt and se qr or the nw qr
and thu east li.ll or Ihe sw qr of seo 111, tp 10, sr
. .. , ...v i j r-j in ui no iir oi seo iju
pl, srl west) the of Ihe se qr ot see SO. In
lp 10, sr Jwesti Ilieswqrof the'nwqrseot. lui:
srlW! thosH.irno qr aecnaiuithe nworswa
And, that "Id railroad comptny, on the iitthdsv
of June. A. I. 187!, al ten o'clock "a m . will make
applU-ailon lo Hon. Fredolin llroi J "" Si t he
County Court of said County, at tile offlca or lh.
said Clerk In Ihe cliy of Cairo In "a.dcounty lot
the appmn tnent oh Coi.ii..oUC?s loV lh.
purpose s aroressld, and to fix n tin and plsce f"?
Ilio first inettlnu of said Commissioners when
and where you csn atien.l n "iiV, ? ..5".'.w''.n'
,T.:.i..''...,. "'?m or pariy iiiteicsled In sab
Untedthls liSlh day of May, 1874.
CAIRO A ST. LOUIH RAILROAD COMPANY.
s My W. Moaaisoa, 4lty..
'JENNY LIND" TABLES,
THE SALOON IS STOCKED WITH
THE BEST BRANDS
ARE COMI'OU.VIIEII IN THE
MOST APPROV EDST YLE.
Bsw-COME AND SEE FOR YOUR
They keep on hand a fine stock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND HHRRING3
Are spread morning and evening
At which all aro Invited to partake
FREE OF CHARGE.