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THURSDAY. JT'IjT 2.1874.
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THE MA INK DKMOOH.U'Y
On tlio 23d Inst., tlio democracy or
Maine assembled at Portland, ibi'""1"11
drod and twenty-two JeaU' umg
present. Hon. .losevu. A T,,oowb' ol
Konneuute, na nominated for piver
tior, unanimously. Tlio committee- on
resolutions reported tlic following reso
lution!, which were adopted rrriutim,
without opposition , alter which, there
being only one candidate to nominate,
tho convention adjourned :
Resolved, That an inflated and irre
deemable paper curreuey is uuiung tlic
worst evils that can afflict a commun
ity ; it enables cunning and unscrupu
lous speculators to rob producers of the
fruits of their labor?, and allliets cvery
reputable buniucM with tho peril of
continual panic aud disaster. Wo re
gard a currency. laed on specie re
pumptiou as the only ouo upon which
tlic business of tho country can be
safely trusted, and hold that we should
as rapidly as possible approximate to
such a circulating medium.
IUsolvnd, That a protective tariff is
a most unjust, unequal, oppressive and
wastofu motU f raisini: tlio public re
venues. It is ono 01 iho uiusl frimioul
aud fruitful sources of corruption of
administration ; we. therefore, llio de
mocracy ol Maine, in convention ns
fcrabled. declare for free trade, and in
favor of unfettered nud unrestricted
Kesolvcd, That the recent action of
tho republican majority 111 the United
(states senate in attcmptiui; to rcvivo
tho worst fcaturu of the sedition law of
John Adams' administration, anil to
establish a censorship of tho press ol
ttio country at tlic. lederal capital, de
clares n purpose to silence all criticism
of the conduct of public men, and us
such demands tbc severest condemna
tion of every fieemcn in the laud.
Kesolvcd, That tho framers of our
constitution erected a evident of gov
ernment tho corner stone of which was
local control ot local affairs, which fur
nearly a century held the states in the
union m harmoniously as tho planets
hold tlioir placm In tlio liuuttn...., 1
is amongst the gravest faults of the re
publioau pary that it has wantonly
overawed and prostituted the govern
ment of tho several stales.
llesolved, That tho civil service of
the government tdiould bo performed
by thoto whoarefouud to holiest (nulli
fied therefor ; nnd'tlicro is seen iu the
recent action of tho republican confess
on this subject a humiliating confession
that tho party in power cannot dupenso
with tho j'rop ulfurcd by public
lluholvcd, That the undeniable cor
ruptions pervading all departments of
the goneral government are themselves
argument against tho continuance of
the party now in power, and proof that
it deserves the righteous indignation of
Kesolvcd, That in the person of Jo
tcpli A. Titcoiub, f Kennehunk, our
nominee for governor, we have a states
men of cmiucut ability and integrity of
character, whoso political views are
modeled after the democratic fathers of
tho republic, and a such wo uommeud
him to the buiTrtgcs of the electors of
Toil TIIK LADIES.
Jhby waists are quite fashionable
oace more for evening dresses.
A pretty fashion ov n vague is to
weir a bunch of natural tlowers stuck
in tho waist belt.
A married woman in Michigan is su
ing another for debt the first case of
the kiud in tlic state.
llrides aro now wearing high iit'ck
waists aud lung sleeves. Excessive
modesty at the olvciilh hour.
Lodr trained dresses are 001111111:111
again for eveuiug dress, tho majority
about two yards long.
Travelling bags for Indies are of
Hum-m leather and depend Irom the
side from a strap going over tho shoul
der. Jlubbcr jewelry is always in fashion
about this season. The newest styles
are pretty, although not loumkably
Swedish kid gloves arc in vogue.
They re pretty bu. always hard to get
off the hand when one is overheated.
There are but very few who would
coutent to "marry a girl with limucy if
their hearts did uot approve the
Overskirts appear to luo tinally re
solved thcmtelves into simple apron
fronts, all the puffing aud looping be
ing concentrated at the back.
JJ"Thcro is ope good thhg about bab
ies," raid a recent traveller , "they
never change Wo have girls ol the
period, men of the world ; but the
Dabv Is always tho same clf'.pocsitd.
fearless, laugjiiug, voracious little hea
then in all age uud iu all countries."
Tho fashhn pjloBophcrs say that
three thiugs bi necessary and indis
pensable to a sut.Uft outfit. The
first is a binall umbruiU) w,jci. is eUb.
ponded by a chatthi'ne i.m l,0 uclti
in all traveling and excurs.,,, toilets ;
another is ouo or more ii.iideome
Mflics a third, plenty of black lacq la
the sham' ol noiouaifo, scans,
neektio"! nml tlio like, liaca.filiawls
may Jo gracefully draped over tbc
A NEW Lll'E l'llESKUVEll.
A new invention has just been tried
in I'aris which is said to render drown
ing; a tlnnir of the past. It consiuts in
tho employment of ii pneumatie India
rubber tube rolled round tho body with
a sufficient number of folds to contain
tho necessary amount of uir. This
tubo is placed concealed in a double
cnvelopo forming a shirt. It terminates
by a mouthpiece, which shuts with tho
aid of a simple copper button. The
operation is simple iu the extreme, nml
tho swimmer or immersed person has
enough air for a whole day. When
tho apparatus comes to diminish i
volume, it is eay to expand it i6,un
by the principal tube iu deer w,!J1,er
without any effort or dM'-uHy. 1 he
trial was witncsW , ,lt . I1(iUI7 1,10
Fourth Itaths ""o;1 1,10 mentor, M.
(losscliu. "-owed properties, lie
tp.v upright, the hands raised above
the head, when the water did not come
ahovo tho shoulders ; ho then floated
011 his back, with arms crowed. The
apparatus can bo worn under the
clothes like a hannol waistcoat It ex-
tcuds from the neck to the knee, fast
ened iu front by .1 row of buttons. It
U composed of a double Manuel, in the
midst of which nil India rubber tube
circulates, starting from the top of the
chest, ascending the left side of the
neck, and IoIIowiiil- (he central lino ol
the back j there it divides in two
branches, encircling the thighs :it far
as the kucos. From thu eeutral part
of the principal tubo twclvo or fifteen
lescr tubes dtvergu to make the round
of tho body, and meet in front where
the row of buttons is. This improve
ment on the life-belt is said to be cer
tain to supersede all exiitiug appliances
111 teaching swimming or saving life
A VAI-UAI1LE HECIl'E.
The 'Journal of Chemistry' publish
es a recipe for thu destruction of in
sec!, which, if it bo ono half an clfiea-
CUIUS as ii e cUumiid to he, will prove
Hot alum water is a recent susncs-
tion as an insecticide. It will destroy
red and black ants, cockroaches, sin
dors, chinch bugs, and all the crawling
posts which infest our house. Take
two pounds of alum and dissolve it in
three or four quarts of boiling water ;
let it stand 011 the lire till the iihim dis
appears; then apply it with a brush,
while nearly boiling hot, to every
joint and crevice in your cloct, bed
stead, pantry shelves, and tho like.
Drush the devices in the floor of the
skirting or mop boards if you suspect
tliattucy harlior vermin. 11 in white
washing a coiling, plenty of alum is
added to tho lime, it will also serve to
keep insects at a distance. Cockroaches
will lleo the paint W110J1 litis been
washed in cold alum water. Sugar
barrels and boxes can bo freed from
ants by drawing a chalk mark i tis-t
1 imj uuu'ui inu iui vl tllcm.
The mark must bo unbroken or they
will creep over it; but a continuous
chalk mark half an inch in width will
set tho dopicdatiiini ut naught. Pow
dered alum or borax will keep tho
chinch bugs at a respectable distance,
and travelers should always carry
a package in their hand bags, to
scatter under mid over their pillows
in places wheio they have reason
to suspect tho presence of such Dcd fel
lows. Till HOG DlSEiSK.
It Spreads Through Southern Illinois.
CiiKSTiut, Iu,., Juno 'J I. The hog
diseaso iu this county,- and spreading
throughout Southern Illinois itii fearlul
rate, is proving too much for those who
have attempted tn deny its existence,
that only a few hogs had died, and tho
reports heretofore, given were mere im
agination, for the sake of getting up an
item a hog scusation.
A letter trom Carboudalc, .Jackson
county, Illinois, "reports that the chol
era is fearfully prevalent among the
hugs of that aud surrounding counties,
apd the discasu spares but few along its
liuu of devastation."
'iho foregoing will apply as iu sim
ple f.icts as to the destruction of hogs
by Mime unknown disease iu this sec
tion uf llanpolph county. Some call
it cholora, while others buliove it to bo
trichina, that is swooping the swine
family from the faco of the eouutry
here. I fit is trichina, there i nut
so mui'h danger to bo apprehended
from the uc of poik as though it were
Horn," .other loathsnmn ilifusu.
1 iiehiua can be killed by cuuking,
while other affections cannot ceu be
reached with tire, aud may prove to be
the terrible end of hundreds nf iiooplo.
Ofcour-c, tlio-ewhodcal largely in poik
fear tho cou-cquoncc of these reports.
The producer and packer's pocketnaio
touched, and, if this thing continues,
heavily j but this prevail-in;-
malady may cost moro
than money can over replace
thousands of human live and this
is why so much has been said witu re
ference to this matter. The discatc is
daily spreading, nud there is no telling
now where it will stop, and it U much
safer to put people on tlioir guard now
at the outset about tlio tiso ol pork
than to wait until mUchief has been
dune that can never be repaiied.
Sr.N'ATOIl .Inns A l.nilAV rft 11 rum
to Washington, after the republican
siaie eouvcimoii, in no very agreeable
frame of mind. Ono of tun first tilings
he did wan to call upon Mullett, tho
government architect, and get iuto a
frantic mw with him. It teems that
the Messrs. Halo, of Chicago put in a
bid ty construct elevators in the New
Voik postoffico building, which bid
was tho lowest olhred. Mullett, how
uvcr, made varioiu objections to giv
ing them tho contract, but kindly told
them he had promised it to a friend of
lils'iu New York, and wanted them to
withdraw their bid, Logan took ono
or tho Hales with him to seo Mullett,
and when tho latter gavo vent to some
official impertinence, Logan opened
upon him tu tho southoru Illinois vern
acular, and discoursed with such ougcry
and fertility of billingsgate, tliat
Mullelt was overwhelmed. This c ren-
tore, Mullett. is ono of the productions
of a republican administration in full
Dower, corrupt, tricky, venal aud fK.
Hu isjjst what an officer of (! rant's id
ministration is expected to he, audit
wai highly proper that Logan shnull
denounce him iu tho langtiago he sc
I'itimii Him is attracting attention
as a missmanaed and rotten munici
pality ond its city oflioial.s nro eclips
ing 1I10 nehievemcnts of Tammany and
"Moss" Sbephard in systematic and
successful rascality. A's evidenco of
tho faculty of Pittsburgh officials for
m.iMiip vwiv imi jniunc minis aim pit
linr debts nnon the ritv. wo i-ivn iln
expenses ot a tnx-paycr, who lays his
grievances ucioro tlio public 111 the
1'ittsbtirgli l'ost, and shows tlio enor
mous increase of taxes in it si nr'l vir.
On certain properly this J'ittsburger
City ttc! 187.1, not $ fi'JI (U
City tsius ls'4, nut l.riau 05
Incro.o f,iM HI
County Uxos 1W7: yo m
County iiikci is 1 20'J I'J
Incrosii $ igih.I
iN'ntincftiiip $ J(;i2i c7
It is perhaps superfluous to add that
tlioollicials who ruu Pittsburgh and aro
victimizing its property owners are all
republicans, and loyal ones at that, who
swear I.y (.ranl. Cameron, and tho
oilier chiefs of the organization.
Tiifox ntsto"fini TIIK
MAN WHO SAYS HKKCHKH'S
AI'OLOUY IS A F01U5KUY.
i Brooklyn Argu.
Mr. Tilton was fouud in tho offico of
the (lohlen age, Ho was cool, polite,
aim us uicmucu as usual.
Jleporter Mr. Tilton, it is charged
by some that the letter you print from
.Mr. licochcr is a lorirorv.
Mr. Tilton Can you k'to mo the
uamo 01 any man who says that Utter
is n lorgcry
Heportor I can; but, on the whole,
uon t tnitiK 1 nan hotter.
Mr. Tilton(earncstly) Do you mean
iu liuimaie 11131 anyooiiy sajs 1 lorged
Hcportcr No names hac becu
.Mr. Tilton I would like to have
somebody says to mo that thu letter is
Hcportcr Will you supply the por
tion" of that letter the absence of w"iieh
is indicated by tho line ol stars?
Mr. Tilton I have printed all
that would bo delicate and proper tu
SOUTHERN LLINOIS NORMAL
On condition that 1 siillMeut number ut
youni- person, dclre, and uro willing to
contribute a vrry small sum toward defraj
ln c.pcii0' .!) two hundred tit fou
dollur each 11 Normal institute will be held
In the new building, coinuieDcInf; July l.tbe
day ut dedicating tlic bull. Unhand conlliiuc
till Jult ;it. The l'rincllial ol the i;ntvi rIf
will have charge, nud Iho members if
tho faculty Mil jslvo tbo main part of theji
stnutioii. At lea't ten lecture, will bo (tlvn
uud, If tlic cash contributed Is sutllelcnt, 'lie
hot men of this lati a -Missouri uud Juli
ana, will lie brom;ht iu for these Icctun r.
If not more tli.111 ouo hundred ami fll;y at
tend tho per-on.-l contract with the liulnic
tors will lir crcater and the prollt morn ; iiiul
as the expense 01 the intttutlon will be the
anio, the fee hliould lio live dollary. If three
hundred Attend, tlic fee could bo reduced to
As the 'late leltlaluri- tn.ikrs no pi-iv
Ion- for pa Iiik tho ecneH ol Midi an In
xtltute, so desirablo to and taluabli' to public
Southern llllnnts, add .inother favor lo the
nan) the) Into already done tlio coumiil
nit), and Kite this announcement several
Ktalilltoiis In.cilloii- ill a koimI place, and
cill the attention o teachers to it
Let all who wfrU to attenil, send their
names ut once and not later than .luue 'JO,
prox to Dr. Itobras, ccretaiy ortrili.tees,of
southeru Illinois .Normal l.'nlu-rslty.Oirbon
(iooil board can bo had In Carbondale nl
re i'onable rale
N. The ln-tllllte caillint ho lield Willi
less than one hundred and tilt) who will pay
lite dollars e.nli. ltunKitr Al.l.v.v,
l)f 11 nU-tale. lly vniiie of uti urder and
di i-ree oi lh count) eoiitt Ol Mandir
eoiiot), 1 1 Tl 1 1 . 1 -, oiadooi Iho petition ol tin
iliidcfriiriaid, mhiiinlstiatoi' ot the -late
ol Al'iert It. WMluW, ilo.cn.ed,
for hate to toll the real dale
ol .ild dicea.ed, ut tho at
iiiiui.ir) lerm 01 saw court, to-tvlt : on the
Tu-etil l.tlt U, nf Lnii.,i 1 11 ..... 1
shall, on Saturday, the fwentt-hl'lh da" of
.lull. at. I I.. ..... , .
3 I,, t.rrii luritiiuioi ten O clock
a.. 111.. into tiii-li i,VI,ir-L in ..r ...1.1 ......
sell at puhhe tale, at the soiith-we.teil) door
'"mi nnon', 111 me ciiy 01 1 airu, 111
.-.11. 1 hoi,. . iiij ioiiowinr ucKCiiheii real
eMato situated in the elu of Cairo, county
ot Alesatnler, and etato 6f Illinois to-wit :
l.on niiinbi reil nineteen, 1 III), twenty (ill),
and iw cut) -one ,.'!, i block nuiiihered
loity-scteii v IT t : aud lot numbered thirty,
one. (tin, 111 block numbered lortt-nlne (Hi),
all ill the lir-t addition to tlio citv of Calto
Terms ol kite to lie a- loluw One-third
ca.li in ti.md, one-third in tin eo Month, and
one thlid In lv months Iroin the day of tale
tlio uiri ha. er to jrlte notes, drawlim us
pi i- cent Intel est, for the di)crred pat-incut-,
.eeiiiid ht fale mortgage lliiou tlic
(iKim.u: riMimt, Admlnl-trator,
ot the estate (it Albert It. N'hiiaker.
Utioascd. O (j.'it-d.v.tt (t
llllio VMb, IS7I.
Boot Sc Shoe
llcttvccii Ten, U and Klcvcnth Streets,
CAIRO, Hi UNO IS.
! prepared 10 till orders without delay,
lie has a line slock o luir.itcd leather on
hiindjiiit iccolteil fmin .NWYcrk, and ha
put dinvn iliu price tu lye lowett iiotth.
SO Ohio Lcvgg -
EDMUND mTEFNER, Proprietor-
The Planter's Hous is located on Ohio I.ovcc Street in
POTS AND SrlMMBOT LANDlivoo7
And in the Center of tho lhts'ncss Portion ol the City. 'Jho Homo in new
and complete in all its nppoiitmcts's. The rooms. aie huge and tiity, besides
being elegai.tly furnished aid carpeted. (Juestit will rccc'iM'. courteous licat
mcni nud thu best of aeeotitnodatious.
Tninstont Ouosla $2 por Day. Day UoarlprsS2()cr .Month.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
TIIK GUI HO CITY
Arc prepared tc supply customers
with bo best 1
I.KAVU OHIKUS AT
t3?"l'allld.iy I.ro.'D olllee. No. To
trTriliiiliilav llw.'s Wharflxia
rTf'At IlL'tptlm .Mill-: or
ItiTAt the end dump, foot Ot
And Dealer In
IflllTlI StaKUT, 1IET. Wahiunotok ani
Uo.MMKRClAt,Avit.djoinin? llitnuy t.
Keep- the het of Heel, l'ml, Mutton t enl,
1 1 nl . ...ii.'ii.... i.t.... unit ii lireoal eil to
sene i'aiiilllcs In ! acceptabl m inner.
ler ii j
ALL KINDS OK J'Jl.Sll MEATS
Near Cor. Twoutiot'Stroet nnd
OA 10. ILIilNOIS
HYLAND &. 1AUR
CHOICE FRESH IEATS,
Of eteiy decrlion,
Cor. intli Street and Com r 'ial Ateiiue,;
Ncl door 1 1 the lltl.d Saloon.
To the IMItorofrilK I!.i:ti":
I:sii;i:mi;ii I'm i:m ;-i 011 tilll pti-i-u Ii;.
lot 111 your reader.- that hat en positite
iL'iti: rou c'sw"'i'io.
and all dl-order." ol t Throat and l,uui;,
ami tliat, hy Its Use lint' priuSlee, I hate
cured hundreds ol ei's, and will gite
for a case It willmt Sencll!. Indeed, so
strum; N inv faith 1 will suud a s.t.Mri.i:,
ruin:, lo an'v sutler nd Ircssin 1110.
Please slnivt tliKcttcr to an) one ton may
know who I. Milium; fiom these diseaser.
and olill(e, 1''aIiI'h1It Vour,
DR. T. F. BURT,
lltlVlllliilii SI. -N'ott York
At Wile. V liloek. at iiiiicIm less than
usual prices. 4M-U-tf'
- CfAIBO, IlaXaS
TO KAILliOAl) ).fi-
and Boats Day and Wight.
n m I 1 1 1 " . ...
Wood Rittonliouso & Brother
0 KNKKAI. CO.MMSSIO.V MkHPIIANT,
l.'llt Ohi Levee, ('airo.
I) .A KII8.
K. ,1. A VKK
AYfiiia & CO.,
? L O TJ' R
OKNEKrUi (0MM1SSIUH MEltOHANT'
No. 7 fKVKic.OMlo(Uiin. tl.lf.
J. M, PHILLIPS
l'reprtpared to forward all kinds ol
Freight lo all points.
tTrilii"ln- atleiideil lo promptly.
It. A. TIdus 1.. I). Thorn
TilOiia A HKOTI1KK,
iucrosotrn to It. M.ilultti,
JOMillSSHIN ME1UJHANIS, HH0K Kit."
Mlnplo nn,l J'Hiier linirrrlri,
foreign nnd Durueittu
181 Commorcinl Avenue,
OAIKO. . . n.UNOIH
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
t3T 1 will sell in car load lots at matinfjc
Hirers price, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Sueces.or to ,luhn It. Phlllis.)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
.MKAL, HIIAN, Ac.
AgcnU for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
MILLER &, PARKER,
I'LOUK.COKN, OATH, I1AV, Ac.
Agents for l'airhank's Scales.
OHIOLEVET CAIRO, ILLS
W. Stratton. ,,1
STRATTON Si BIRD
Agents American I'owder Company,
PARKER & AXLEY.
A Spi dally.
Corner of Mil street and Washington Ave.
Cairo, XI 1m.
Jobbers anJ Retailers cf
Chemical.", l'alcnl Mi-iliciitc-i, lVrfuniery, Sii.'ii.. I rtisli(
Ttiilc'.t Articles, J)ruiri-t'x Kancy (inuils, ('nllitT W'liilo
Lend ami Olhcr (iratlc-, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window (.lass Wax FWi-r Material, Ti lie Colors, Dvc
Stttlls, Mtc, l-'.tc., Kte.
We Solicit rnrrisinndenre and order Irrnn Hrii(rnits, l'liv lclans and (iener d Stores
Iu w-.int or lioods In our l.lne. sti-ainlio it, I'lmit itlon and Kuuilly .Medluuc. ihi turn-l-iuil
or ItPllllcd With Itellatde )ru(( at ICiusoimldc lUWi
WHOLESALE & It ETA I L, RETAIL sV I'HEJCKU'TION. f
71 Ohio Lctii'. )Vushington Aw. cor. Dltjiilh St.
C -A. I 3R, O .
EoM. WoodS, Co!
1 1 .;: nimiH avhnui: j
rountalns. Vases Anlnuils. I run Sinn's, '
l,:iiii Piod-. Malilc I illlni:s,
Win- Wot I,.-.
CAST. WHOlifillTS: WlltB HAILING?
NKWiml IMl!tlVl:l'IH:ilAII! ( rilirn'rc,
( oticert and I.ceturc.llailr.
And a (ioncral AMorlment of Orim-
u tmiutal Iron Work.
r.-tmi'itcs null uust(,Ui . ., ,
stal'iiK the tlass ot work desired,
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
JiV AM KINIW, IIAUJ) AND boKT,
lout uuit. luntly OH tlMMil
Mill and Vard, I 11
onticr :iltli Kircot
and Ohio I, owe.
WALL & ENT,
.M. iiiiiI.il tun i and Ileuluiii 111
GREEN AND SEASONED
imiWM AM) J.AT1I,
I'Ol'I.AU.OAK. i;Vl'UUH, ASH, (HIM
a.mj uurnnNWOiii), .suit
DKKSSK1) 1'INK, Ahll AND VOV
LA It KLOUltlNti, OKlLiNO AND
UTOlllco at kiw mill on cnintr or Twcu
t second htruct and UUlo l.evce,
11. WAHDNMH, Jl. D.
11. J. STALK Kit, 31. D.
Olllcc and icsldeneo 111 (.'omimvlal Ave
next door w Hie Athcncum. eMU-t
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio LcM'c, u'.tT Mathus A. 1 lilV.
ttflf A'ioii jiitl-ibtn (''illli(lnir
KsTAIll ISIICK 1H.)S.
Sallord. "tloi'i'i.s A: (.'suidoo.
t!l ril.in I fill- Vi:..l I). ..I.
Jluildinjr, Cauio, Ii.ia
The oldest psi ii,is)(.. AtrriM-y in Koutherii
Illinois, n j. r iitin'"oer
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 7C. Ohio l,Mif, CAIKO, 1M.S
JSPnici lil nttcntion given to consign
mi ut .ml tilling orders. ll-'itt
Grotcrics, Provisions, Etc.,
INTO. UO Ohio Iiovoo
I Pmi Co
5 ' '
DH. W. 15LAUW
itinur lilcrl; (up Hairs) corner HI Hlto
and "Washington Avenue.
M-31.tr. (JAlHt), ILLIxNOIS.