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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1872.
Jdii H OIIBKliT, Editor and rnM""f'
ArnlL i!C, 1872.
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TBI DOLLAft ffKBKLY DCLLKTIS.
John U. Oberly Co. nar reduced lfi sub
ctlfion priax of She Weeiilj Clro Hiillf tin t
0 Mar per intklng -t ine cheapest p.
per niihll-hei in outhern Illinois.
HU.ABBtE Saob Richardson I to
Bnooial dispatch to itiu Missouri Uemnerat.
tirHlNorill.D, Ill- April 23. Thu an-
nuuni'vmtsni mm Uuvernor l'Hlrncr would
TUB FEE ULE-MINDED.
Wo nro Mooted lo 0. T. Wilbur, M.
D., Superintendent of tho Illlnoli Instllu-
. i r i. t j tl ,.r rAA1.lA.m!nr1H
i , address tho citizens upon tnu signs or tho
children, for the loventh annual report or timci, nd also explain hit peculiar pollu
tant Institution. Among tho varioui statu
cliirltlc, public Attention has been but
slightly drawn to this one, although sti
tlitlci show UiHt idloli and fieblc-mlndcd
persons am ni numerous as tho Insane, and
thnt while most of the latter arc hopelessly
Incurable1, education and training exsretse
a profitable and lasting influence on tbo
former. By tho census of 1800, the num
ber of idluts In tho state was reported to
glta public rsdmg In Chicago in a few I bo In tho proportion of ono to every two mittoo, and was introduced
sjretks. 1 thousand nine hundred and eleven of the governor then spoke, InYjlist
Oris a VoitH leading republican
nw.ppe Pennsylvania havo repudla
Biv Hknry Ward Bkecher has been
suggested as si candidate of tho Kullgto
Politico party for tho presidency.
Are KXcnANOt speaks of the tlmo when
"the studv of the cook book wa part of a
young laly's education." Cook books
were never pub.ished In such profusion as
now, but like other solid literature, they
are seldom read.
Thb Chakceky Court, at Memphis,
on tbo 22d Inst., grantod a charter to tho
Tennciseo Construction and Contracting
Company, with a capital of $5,000,000.
The purpose of the company is to bridge
or tunnel the river at Memphis.
The Sfabta 'Eaole,' a Wisconsin re
publican paper which has supported the
republican party over since It was organ
ised, has deserted tbo sinking ship, un
able, It assert, to uphold the republican
party as It now exists. Tho ' Eagle' do
clares for the libernls.
Spotted Eaole, the Indian chief, has
prohibited tho building of tho Pacific
railroad through his territory. Mrs. Par
tington attempted to sweep back tho
ocean, and didn't; and Spotted Eaglo will
be just at unsuccessful In his effort to stop
the forward march of civilization, tho
avaunt touriers of which, in tho Wct, aro
Tnt Wak is Cuba still progresses slow
ly. 'Tho Spaniards lately feil Into an
'ambuicado and wcro routed," anys the
telegraph. How many Spaniards were
thus unfortunato doos not appear; hut,
probably, three or four. Tho victory was
decisive, and has Given tho rovolution now
life! On such slender threads do tho Span
ish patriots who watch tho conlllct from
tbo safo position of great dlstanco from
tho tcor.o of action, bang their hopes.
Tue Equivocal Position of Hon.. I no.
A. Logan on political questions Is excit
ing inquiry among his friends in this part
of the state. Many prominent men have
left the Hadical ranks lutcly and Logan'
former admirers are fearful that ho too
may desert to the Liberal army. They
are therefore very economical of their
praises of him. They are not sure that
they tnay not denounco him within n fw
weeks. Out vto think they will not. Wu
are almost suro Logan will walk along
Tue TVAsmNOTO.v Patriot' charges
that th book of Secretary Bontwell do
not agree with those of the register of the
treasury by three hundred and fifty mil
lions of dollars. This is a heavy charge
but the Patriot' refers to the officers
having charge of the books. " Tho taxa
Ulon," says tho New Orleans 'Times' in
regard to this matter, "has certainly been
'enormous enough to reduco tho national
'debt to the cxtont claimed, but whether
' it hat been dona by robbing Peter to pay
1 Paul, and the whole amount wasted in
' political engineering, may well be a
' question of grave doubt. Mr. Bout-
well's reports have invariably presented an
' Inexplicable exhibit, tho figures puzzling
' enough to arouse tho suspicion of having
' been cooked, even If they wcro or were
population, a number, on subsequent ex
amination, found to be far below tho ac
tual propcrtion. So far as can be ascer
tained, tho number of idiotic persons in
tho state is ono In every nine hundred
and s'.xty-scvcn, the whole number being
two thousand nino hundred. There are
In the United Stales ten institutions for
the caro and education of this clait of
persons, tho largest being located at Co-
lumbus, Ohio, with accommodations for
three hundrod and fifty children. The
number of Imbecile chlldron under In
structlon In all, is estimator! at about one
In Illinois, such children were fre
quently admitted into tho asylum for tho
deaf and dumb, until, tho number being
largo and tho sjstem of education pur
sued with the deaf and dumb and Idiotic
persons necessarily differing widely, In
18G5 a separate Institution was organized,
and was Incorporated in April, 1871. Tho
number of applications sinco tho organ!
zation of the school is three hundred and
seventy-eight, and, during tho year 1871,
thuro wcro eighty.six pupils under in
structlon. Tho system of education pur
sued with theso chlldron is, of course, po
culiur, and very different from that
aduptsd to any other class. It ii neces
sary to fit them for the point at which thy
education of ordinary children begins, unci
as in this unfortunate) class
tho spiritual and the Intel
icctuai nnturo is oitiicr wholly or
in part defective, whllo tho body Is often
also imperfect and diseased, tho laborious
nets and thodalicato nature of tho tak to
which tho teachers and others having tho
caro of idiotic children apply thomielvvo,
can scarcely bo conceived. Tho intelli
gence In some Is so low that tho only way
to arouso tho attention is by tho utrlnging
of beads, buttons and rings; others are
taught to distinguish form, sizo and color
by co'.ored cards of dilfurent shadus and
sh'ipt'j, cups and balls, beads and charts.
Music is found to havo a flno effect, nearly
all idiotic children endeavoring to imi
tate- tho words and molodlos which they
Tho resident officers of tho institution
are eight In number; the superintendent,
matron and assistant matron, four teach
crs and clerk. Tho board of trustees In
eludes tho president, secretary and throo
trustees. Tho total receipts during 1871
wero $25,023 2i the total expenditures
S-'2,8i0 'JO. Incases where tbo, parents
of imbecile children are too poor to clothe
and send them to tho institution, or in tbo
case of pauper Idiots, the act of incorpo
ration provides that upon certain legal
proceedings, tho county In which
such children reside, shall
bear all necessary expenses of
the removal to tho institution, a special
tax being assessod fur the purpose.
cal status, had tho effect to attract many
mangers to tno city, and also u nn rvpre-
nviisnuvu Mini vrmi n guuuiy vruwu ui all
classes and political crocus.
loo meeting whs callclto order ty Cant.
Orondoiir, who nominated Hon. ,lcso K.
Dubois as chairman, Who, upon tutting tlio
chair, taidi Gentlemen, this meeting has
been called fur the purposu of listening to
an address from our distinguished and pa
triotic governor, on tho signs ot tho limes.
On motion of General John Cook a
committee of throe gentleman was ap
pointed to wait upuii tiro governor. Tiie
governor toon appeared with tho coin-
ana wat iniroauecu to the meet-
ew words. The
bstance, as fol
He was clad to be introduced by such a
man as thu chairman of the meeting, with
whom, sixteen years ago, ho had helped to
organize, tho great republican party.
r our years ago lie wat noiiiinateu at gov
ernor, and to the bet of his ability he
had performed tho duties oi mat otnee ;
but now, at he had announced he would
not be a candidato for re-election, and
at hit reasons, publicly given,
had been severely criticised, his
friends had invited the people here
to-night for the purpose of defending his
Kjilliun and nit reasons lortnis decision,
e had written a letter giving his rcuson
for declining tho renotmnalion, and had
addressed thu sumo to tho editor of the
Ciirlinvlllo 'Democrat,' a paper ho hud
established many years ago, when there
wero but few republicans in Macoupin
iiiu governor men reuu mo leuor at
length. This letter, tho gnvornoa contin
ued, wat a frank expression of his feedings
and reason for his action. Tho letter had
been severely criticized by tho press, hut
as he hud sorved an apprenticeship in be
ing ahused, ho was uml lo It, lor Ih old
times ho had been'callcd black republican,
aboilllonist, oic, and it did him no harm.
lie then rcud a numhur t humorous
arliules in regard to hia letter and some of
a ditlerenltllc. lie was willing that und
one should add to thu fund of wit and
humor that could bo found in thu newspa
pers, but thu lauguugc used hy ftomoot tho
papers weru not thu words of gentlemen
The governor then reviewed his official
career, and plain I v intimated that ho hud
nuvor hold an olflco by which his book
account was much increased, llorulorred
to articles in tho Chicago 'Journal' and
'Post' in reference to turn, and raid thut
whilo ho was in thu army and at thu front,
Tho governor said thorn would bo twn
national republican cotiu-ntions, oiiojat
Philadelphia and ono at Cincinnati. Thf
ono at Philadelphia Is what Is wIihUs
known as n "stocked ' concern, una lhat
it was flxod that there Grant will ho the
nominee. What tho Cincinnati convention
would do ho knew not, but he hoped that
the nominee would bo a man that the
north, south, cast and west could unitu up
on to elect. The governor said he lmd
served his cnunlty lont enough to he
frfo man, and hu wanted It distinct!, un
derslood that he Intended to vote for v hom
he pleased, and was not bound tunny ni.n
or any party.
Ho then again referred to the PhPada'
phla convention, and said there was no use
of tho regular republicans going theroto
nominate a prusident-that ws fixed; bin
thern was u vlce.preldcnt to nomlfinlc,
and ho supposed they would have to go
thcro to do that. ,
Ho then referred to the dlpersion of the
freo state conventions in Kansas by the
military authorities. Hu dreaded despotic
men and principles, and said we would not
allow such principles to exist In this coun
try. Ho then closed by Inviting the pcoplo to
go with him to the Cincinnati convention,
and there nominate n ticket upon which
all tho people, democrats and republicans,
Tho Ohio & Mississippi Kailrond will
lake passengers to tho Cincinnati conven
tion round trip, from St. Louis, for ?10.
From Odin, the same.
W. B. Hale,
General Ticket Agent.
Parsons, D.ivls A; Co., sell "Weston'
holm " Knives. l-WJw
M.vniiiAOK Guide. Interesting work
numerous engravings, 2'2 1 paces. Prico
AO cents. AdJreft Dr. Butt's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Soo Advertisonicnt. If.
"STILL HAItPING ON MY DA UGH
On Tuesday last, whllo tho sonate of the
United Slates was considering tbo pend
ing amendment to tho doflclency bill lim
iting the Jurisdiction of tho court of
claims, Senator Morton predicted thut, if
the democratic vtty ilioulJ como into
power the constitution umendmcnt
would bo ignored and all lcal dlstlnttlon
Mrs, Emma D. E. N. Soulhworth is
as fatal us a bur-saw, having killed off
unout six hundred persons in her novel..
A New York reporter mournfully
speaks of having seen "soinoofthu loveli
est ear-rlntfa in the dlrtleM cars imagina
ble, at tho Faust matinee."
Mls Nelllo Qrnnt has eono to Eu
rope, It is true; but the stutcment of a
newpHp"r that tho is still drifting pay as
an officer in tho army, it incorrect.
Tho othor day, in tho courso of an
hour, a Memphis reporter was Introduced
to twenty-thren Colonels, four Generals,
two Majors, and one civilian.
Theodore Tilton oxclalms in tho ' Gol-
denAco:' "Savo mu from a God who
damns I" to which tho 'Courier-Journal 1
responds: " Wu aliould llku to do it, my
boy, but tho thing is Impotslblu."
Citv barbers now put tho Dollv Vur.
den touch on tho heads of young men
who uro ablo to afford a " huir dress"
ivury time they go Mit to nn ovening par-
betvreen loyal men and rebels would
blcttcd out. Senator Edmunds, fr.11nwlm.lly. Tim at v In consisU In riastlnir th
Morton, tck tho same view, and .poke JftS; fX -
tue vincinnau convention as uusigned to
be the nucleus of a party which would bo
tbe tamo in everything but naino.
It is difficult to understand by what pro-
cut these administration senators managed
to Introduce denunciations of tho demo
cratic party and Cincinnati convention
Into such a debate. What has tho question
of tbo policy of restricting tho jurisdiction
of tho court of claims to do with tho dan
ger In which tho amendments stand, and
the distinction between loyal men and
The continual harping of tho Granite
lenders on tho liberal movement proves
that the administration Is frightened by
proportions it bus assumed, and tho
fact tin the tsgaciouj men of Grant' fac
tion are sowing to prevent a coalition be
twetn tbo dstuoctm i.n m...i i.n.
cbds is evidence going to thow that in such
.WMt" they ntlspt, dlsa.ur to their
in iront ot nach ear. Tho wearers look
1IOW M. TlllKHh LIVKK.
l('l Corresr.oii.lmin v - i.. ... .
Sllciiklru. .f Tl.i.... i ...... .. 1 '
Not to sleep too muuh at mime ,
will find tlmt all men who lmve'
green old ago, haw made no great friend
of bed, Ihiors rises lit halt put Uvo p, ,
ho takes a bowl of broth with it crut of
broad, then ho works tint) I olelit i.vi.l.
at that hour ho lies down until half pt
nino o'clock; then u breakfast of two eggi
and a cutlet. From ten to twelve ho re
culvcs. At half past twulvo ho takes din
ner in tho old fashioned wuy; the food Is
of tho simplest kind. After dinner ho
takes to his coupe, mid visits or buslne.s
fill up h!s time until C p. rn. Whllo
driving ho dozes; at tlx ho lies down till
elirht. Ho retires at midnluht. His crund
dinners aro nevrr given until half past
oipiii i). rn. 'i hi'iri lit virv innrr or nnr.nn
and has three pairs, full Oloodod Knirllsli
studs. Ho is, alto, very fond, or wat, of
riding; but now his splendid norto jiiis
tapha is led through the street of Versail
les bv the groom, as M. Thiers has not rid
den In throo years. Ho never makes use
of tho horses provided him by the stale.
tliuro gentemen wore in positions of safety
and plenty, utid busked in the sunshine ot
Ho then rofcrrcd to tho party ties that
so strongly bind men together, and said it
wat bard for a trim limn to break the party
rauka, but when it was found llmtlhuour:-
tions which united thum hud become obso
lete, then it wus time todlsiolvothesu ties.
llo thought that tho wants ot this hour
should dictate tho acts or men, thut pur
ties, liko men, cai.not always mrvivo; that
thu issues thHt wuro oncu alive wero now
deud and useless. How strunco it would
appear fur him to mako a speech against
slavery now, wnun slavery was dead, or to
ask for volunteers to go uutn to flglu thu
rebel', when thorn wuro no rebels to hVlit.
To-dav thu naked riuestion i, shall tho
officers of tliia government bo honest and
incorrupt 7 Hu did nut cliarco uriv politi
cal party with tho corruption of tho pres
ent day. It was no doubt brought about
by thu lavish expenditures during tho luto
wur, and hud creuted n species of corrup
tion and lawlessness that Was fearful to be
hold. Ho then ruferred to thu ollleo hold
by Lett, of New York, und suld It was ono
ot tho moit corrupt things of tho uge.
ow ttin war has closed, ho Insisted thut
all of tho departments of thu country ahull
be lined uy iiunei and incorrupt inun.
Thu pnnciplo th .t alt muii thould bo
equal before the law whs a fundamental
one, and one that tho republican purty
tauirbi nnd tliould pructluu. Ho then reler-
red to the statua of thu people of thu south.
und said that tho true reput licali doctrine
was lhat all restrictions and all Inequuli.
ities before thu law, and political dhabil
ities, should bo removed, and that all tbe
peoplo of the south should bo in overy
resnectt'Qual to thoso in any other part of
the country. Ho then read bis letter
written lo the Kepublicans of Kentucky
over a year ago, in which be strongly fa
vored tne enure repeal ot mo disabilities
which rested upon any portion of tho peo
ple of Kentucky or the South.
He suid ho did not question that govern
ments could exiel with corruption, but
could a republican government exist with
tho corruption of tho present times?
Ho then referred to tbe military occupa
tlun of Chicago, tho action of the general
assembly upon it, and made about tho
samu argument that wat made in his two
messages on that subject.
Hu then referred to the vast powei of
tho president, in his patronage and
distribution of office, but said bu did not
complain of that, but only that the presl.
dent used thut power and putronage to his
advantage. Hu was in favor ot taking this
power from tbe president, and placing tbo
same in tho hunds of the people, who
would elect their own Putinusteri. nmei.
sort, etc. Ho was in favor of giving to
tnu peopio vorv mucn more power tliun
they havo. Tho great problem of civil re
form wus not to L'ivo it to boards of in
quiry, but direct to tbo people. Ho was
not in favor of making any cbungo In tho
lunoameniai principles ol this govern
ment, but desired to keep it us it cniuo from
He then referred to tho doctrino of state's
rights, and said ht was not n state's rights
man, but, with Trumbull, was In favor of
tho authority of focal gover.Mncnts, and
thanked Senator,Trumbiill for coining that
sentence. Ho did not imond to let any
man hero to-night know whether ho whs
in favor of ttulu't rights or not; lie only
wanted to say hu was in favor ot thu peo
plo of tho status regulating their own uf
fair and administering their own Inws
without any interference on tho purl of tho
Hu then said ho wat not in favor of uny
man for president who did not respect
the laws of the state or the United StHtcs,
and ho will support no man who will not
assort that al all times tho military shall
bo in subordination to the civil powor.
Ho thon rufurrud to his military rulo in
Kentucky, and said that ho would not
trust any nun with thut turriblo thim:
called military rule, hiiu appealed to his
republican friends and asktAl thorn if they
could blamu him for protesting against
tho mllilury usurpation of Genera) Grant
in hia military occupation ol L'hlcago,
aim said thai Uenernl Urant had violated
all civil law in this occupation of Chi-
V. WINSTON Hi CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
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Moor of Venice, to tho fair ladies ol Italy
It was the lovely complexion of Dcsdemo
na, twh a radiant contrast to his own, thnt
won his heart; nnd sooth to ."ay, overy
man of di'ccrnmonl considers n fair skin,
liko a sweet voice, "nn excellent thing in
women." Now this is a charm which can
be aciulrctl. Thcro is n healthful and
odoriferous toilet article, known every
where- as llagun's Magnolia ilaim, which
literally transfigures a cloudy or sallow
skin, sulfiising the discolored faie, neck,
arms and bosom with a soft, pearly tinge,
and imparting lo too turfjeo asmoothncs
nnd a glot like that of polished marble.
Instead ol clogging tho pores, liko the
sticky enamel-, or contracting thorn, nnd
thus obstructing perslration, liko tho a'
tr'.ngcnt comcstics, it cleanses tho skin
from all impurities nnd wonderfully im
proves its tuxturo. This peculiarity is par
ticularly appreciated by our rural belles,
who find that tho coarseness and rough
ners, which country air is apt to engender,
nro speedily removed from their faces,
hands and arms, by thlt delightful prep
aration. 4-i!l.cgd&wl w
Ir you feel dull, ilrousy, debilitated,
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poor appetite, and tongue coated, you aru
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O. Drnwrr liW.I.
iNl'AN'Th. Tho most irritablo and rest
less of theso tender little household buds
aro charmed at it were into quiet and
sweet repose, by using Mrs. Whitomb'a
stild til. K,,V.itnn r.in.i. .!,!. .i
, , t . v..,. u. villi tiiuuun ucifivu
w miow ii no tntcndi-a to act with tho
Wi i1"' Afu'"ti l"J would say
inen niiw T?W lhl lVMe W8M u,,y
n un now. 1 l,L.ro use. to be. ,ir,d thuro
also used to ho abolitlonl.ts bul ' J
where aro they V Ho am Gen. Grant
had appoihUd rebel soldier. t u fflc an,
to fat one,, and hu did not kn".""
could do worse tlmn thut. Hu did n ?
think slavery would bu re-established r
tho democrats wcro suceesslul. Ho did
not think tho democrats desired to do this
and therefore thoro was row noditferencu
betweon tho parties on this Question.
Ho then referred to Gen. Grant's politics.
onS knl .1 .1... l.A ...... ... in' i
.us. nu w r. nufc n rrpuouenn un
lit 1808, and ho protested agaimi tin
Idea of Judging him (the governor) bythli
standard of Grant's,
Call and exumino for yourself. Tho
patronagu of tho pulic Is solictud. Tho
City Shoo Store nro having u great run
for BrolHtki's flno goods, which they nro
selling for less than common eastern goods
aro sold olsewhero. Don't fail to examine
their stock which Is complete and stylish.
d m ooo i .s
FOR SPRING OF 1812.
11 AH HK.E.V, AS'U OONE AND DON'E IT AUAIX I
UffinKtohl Urff ol
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
lii lounitit necsrv to nin visit th .(ern
.Market ami will ri:lurn Hlthln few Uj huh
linilorn slock l
HcwMh- locilllhe nllfution of lliiyor. In hi
tery roiiileta largo ni cnrnfully slct'l
STOCK OF G-OOZDS
His rooiIs cn not be nrpseil. aad ho
solicits a couipMi.on of
wl'h thosoof uny houno which you havo hem c.
custctnoU to rtfi with.
Ill- etoclc will c nstfit of
IHIN1I PUPLI.VM, NILUN, PLAIDS,
MKPPN AND niiASJK AI.P.IC'AN,
And alt other sorts ol
SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
He also Win a ktk itock 'it Lmh, Trim
mine r.niljrn.lrles, a jtri-iM ntr or Hhii,
tloun .iinl Ca.lmercn
JL.T IiO-W lO-TJ'E.ES.
He !, kp h rrltT of la.llos' anrl children's.
lio and clothit.R ol til sit h anil pilcfi .
SIOok lull an., cuini.lete all through. Call anil
. xamlnr, fur It will pay.
3-lClf J. HURQER.
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Ha- I ili-r' an.l l'lntnlr'a mstrial, Woo
pumps, flol ana anv.i Talr.s, -top
rock, chrcli Tpltr,Hc.
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ind Morliii, V1I Co'h Aulomatli Wat'
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wi.ntkk'x iit.orK. cotiti-.R(:iAi.-AVst;
l rrni riiatn vnunin in lllu city n
Aloxan.ler, state, of Illinois, lo.
n block No, 15, and lotn .No, 17,
in block No. Tl, and tho undi.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
M'uiar.s, on the 2ith day ot August, A. D.
ii, v, ni mn- ii. ,iu anu i.1 iu Kills,
his wl e, and Henry II. El Is, and Ottil vi.
(signed uttia Ellisj his "if', executed and
wki'OHlclg.il, and dc Irered to Mute Mc
Caulryacerlatn rnorlfg-conve)lni;!o ulrl Miuo
iucUHUiov i criam rfni fsiatx ituainin tliu city o
.uiiu, vuiiilbjr '! niv&(i
win Lot No, 7 n
ifi Ifl ic v- a i
Tllcl two.thl da interc.l In IjI No. 6. In Muck
no, can in mocuyoi tairo. Also lots num.
berrd 21 anil 20 In bio k No SI In tho 1st a iditicn
to thecity of Core, tose.ure the (. merit ot tu
cBrt'im piomisFory nctes In raid moiigitsj !
acrilird, both of erou date with raid rnoitiiair,
one n te fur Ii"-'', pavai l two months aftrr date,
end tho othir ro for fsl.s, payable f..ur month
alter date, which note, ha coil been paid, nor
ha eiiher of 1'ieni orany panthereol been paid.
And whereas, it ! atipulated in aaid mortKagu,
lhat II default bo made In Ihe payment of aall
n..tes, abovn mentioned, or any part thereof,
wcorilina to tho tenor and elloi t thereof the
Bid puny of tho second pari, atterhanne adver
tised such tp lor thirty dajs m a
newspaper published In the city or
Cairo, III f not-, mny sell tho .id
premise or y part th reef, nnd II rihtand
equity ol redemption m tho aald parties .,f tho
first pirt, at publlu tcndiie to Ihe highest bidder
for c.uh at tho ilmc sppointed in iu:n adveitlso.
merit, and upoh maUloi; melt unit-, aa tho att- r
neyof aa il iwrileaoi tne tlrst ran, or In Ihe namo
ol the said parly ol the .(.:..iul part, shall exrrilto
and di liter to the purchft-er iied-fur thron
Teyanoe in fee ot III-premise sold j And alieraas
the said promissory note ham bot, nor hs
eiiherorany part ilienof bee- jal.l i
N.m, therefore, I the ailn Ml to McUnulf y, parly
of tho aecond i art named h asm moittjage, In
pursuance of ,1m provisions theriof uo hrehy
Hive notice Ihst on l.turday. May tlth, A ), lsJ,
between tho hiu of ten oVIool: a. in, and on"
n'fliK'k P. in. ol that day, at the Imnl dour rf ihe
Omit iloiiae, i the my of Crt.ro, Alex ndet
coumy, elate of llllno s, I will oiler tin luta of
imiitiu! heraln aUiv (lesoilUil, and uach of
i hem for aa c at. public t endu to the Initheat bid.
iler forca.h.to satisfy ald notes, and will ext
end, deeds to piiri has.'ra, inntrt ng a title in fee
to tho prenilns aold, as piovlddd lu soul inert
Kee, MIKRMcOAKI.KY, MorlfitRte.
iireen A- Oilhtrt, Attorneys for Mortitaijee,
M'l'Wd Cairo, AurllO, 1 6T2.
LOUIS J ORG ENS EN,
Iealer Is all kind of
STAPLK A.ND FANCY
t'nrMier'H Torsi isastl rilabllsitr
Cor, WAhington-av. nntl Twcntieth-M.,
CAIRO, I I.L-s.
Witts tin KliMtiny atiriiilitsslai, luvr Hnir
IU' (Iriireaalon, lis voluiilnry coil union,
Iiihm or Meiiien, NpcruiHIorrlKi, loan ol
power, dlaay h.n.l, Ionx il iiiemorv,
mill Ibrrnlenoil liiitirleiire ami liube
s'lllla, nsiilu luveralKn cure In stum.
ilirfK'H lloinropitllilv Spot I ,c !So
t"teiitylil. Cuinimaed o , ,, , , Talii"
b.e mild and initent curative, tnoy atriso a
unde at tho roots ol themttlir, tono up t o syi
tern, arrest Ihe dl. charges, nnd onpsrl iiornd
rfiiersy, llloand Titallt) to t'l-cnliie mn. Tney
,.,ubi,.. .tivnani.ilB u vit.-.'M, I rice, S3
iHi:ksgeso hteboxea and a large S2 rial, which
Is very important lu ohatmato or old .noi, or II
nerelngl- Ins. Bold hy all driiiilaK. uj aenl
.y mHionifelpt ol pnc. Ad irss Huauhrey1
Hpeclfic Homeowlhlc llediciae Ja., rci Hroati
snulM, owawly AojI, 04lfD, Illinois
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If to, take our ndvice and purctme your tickets
over tit old lelinbln and popular Missofl l'a.
cine Kaikiisii, which la positively the only line
rtin'tlnKHireodaily oxprrta Iralns. from Ht. I.ouia
to Kui-as Cuy mill tho weatl and is positively
thu nidy line whieli run-rullnnn pula o aieepara
and line day coariier, (eiptcially for minors)
equipped with Miller', mieiy i la'form, and the
paiout ieam btaku. From lit. Lotua to Kanaaa
.H, Kt, -colt, tjivrence, i.evcnwnrth, Atchi
son, Hi, Joseph, Nebr.aktt Cuy, Conntll UluU
ane Omaha ithen change-! Kor lufotmallon in
-. u iime ii D r., latea. o., to ao point in
fit t,,urk Kansat.Coluitdo. Texas.anil
iJT.'r?a,,'s "P"0 "ddiasa H. II. Thorn aen,
Wni. Mia.ourl MaclBc It. K. Cinumbua. Ohio j or
Mo ' UB,HI I'asaenger Agent, Ul. Louis,
1 6trouUloaau tjueitlocs S.C-wIt.
Tne Illinois Central Ra I lios-l Comp.ny now
ofle-rfor sale tho following described loia In J-irs
Addition to Ihe City ol tairo, vit :
tot 7 block 20. Lot 24 block T,
i u sn n (j
" 6 " 82, " 2S 8
' 6 Vi, " 31 " it,
" 3 " 62, " 31 ' 82.
orterms.cl':. apply to JAMEH JOHNSON,
FORWARDING anii COMMISSION
M RHC II A. NTS.
WI.tEM AND .ItiCOHN.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
rorr-ni to riHtr. t r-rocarirtH
Mertlfer nsiil Wliulcssnlr Itrialer In
S iirrlarn kbiI liiiiirllr
VV 1 N ES AND LI QUO US
No. fi'2 Ohio Lf.vkk,
Hnkeepson hand constantly a full stoeV ol
Old Kentucky llourbon, Rvo aLd IIooooks
liela Whisklei, French Brandies, Holland (lii .
Rhine and Cahlornl Wlnej linMl.
WM. H. SC1IUTTER,
Iruimrlt-r nntl A tiiilt'aaU DfsUrr lu
BOO KM, S.ANSI. CTCl
Axent for Ihe lest brand- ui
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
liuporlrsl A Ins l Dlffrrrssl Ulssil.
75 Ohio Lever,
If CAIRO. If,I.IMllJ.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
sod Anls of
SSIlio River Hint Uaisitsslsn
70 Ouig Levke,
CAl BO, iLilKCJi.
H. W A L T K R S,
HARD and SOFT LUMUER
Dl every ileserlplhill,
I, A Til, SHINOLES, CEDAR PO.STfj,
DOORS, SASH, RLINDS
Furnished on atinrtf st notlee.
Comtnorciul-av, bot. 10th and llfli-Ms.,
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
I3J TKNTH BTREST,
Itaxtra, NsmIs, BUmiIis. MomIsIIsskii,
rnvr finltrni.lwosd) Window and lioor
rrainns, . loorlna;, Latli,
SlilUKltr UieU Hsmti, (J latest NliU
Lights), Ulnsed Trnssaosiss,
j NmnIs WrlajkUi, Nh Pnlllesj atari Cordu
Hllnd ranlrnlaara, Kooflna;
lll, HisoHmk Oiueail, I'laalerlua;
Faprr, t'nriel fell, Wbl
l.rad, I.lnarst Oil, Aistrrlrais WIsidoH
tlHHH, RsskIInIs astdrrrtscts
I'lMle ;bn, Psilly, llHler' I'eluia
Newer Plps-at Ialnl 'lilniney.
r.lc, Kir., Kir.
A HUNTS Inr Rock Rlvei Taper Compsny'
fcheailunj! Felt and ijwuli Ompnt.
ii. W. John's Improved llootlii" alwaya uu
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
COIINEK 32D.8TBEET AHP OHIO LEV.
NTSIVKN. TINH'ABE, I.TC,
A. H A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tlti and Hollo" W.s. alhissWrinfr Voile
Waif, Coal lod. Jf lrShoela, Air Galea.
ZINO, COPPER AND
No. 166 Washington.avenue,
tt D sl.. n ,.SS. a
r. GAMBLE ' "S M.