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THE CAIRO DAILY BtJLLETlN, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1872
j.ittMII OPEKt'T. Kdltorend Publisher.
JCHK 20, 1872,
Tsaas ot 1)1111 Bctittim
it . -Mk. bT carrier,
Thru months, -
TI DOLLA WXIKLT BCLLITIH
John H. Ot.rW "'cuiwli''-'
vfew yea m hll kt
JTlr ! OrsUa Brawn."
of New York ;
0B TICX rRISIDI.NT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
We, the Liberal Republican of the
United States in Convention assembled at
Cincinnati, proclaim the following princi
ple ateiientlal to Juet government:
BEAD IMCES Bl'BlED.
1. We recognize the equality) of all
men before the law, and hold that it is
the doty of the government in its dealing
with the people to mete out EQUAL AH D
JtXAOT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
WHATEYEK NATIONALITY, RACE,
COLOR OR PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OR POLITICAL.
2. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAIKTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OP THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
PIFTKENTH AMENDMENTS OF
3. We demand the immodiato and nb- and Peoria street, on Friday night
' Cmcioo, June IS, 172.
According to agreement I will now un
dertake to Indlt short communication
for Tiik nnM.rTiK. Lot mo atato hero,
howevor, that having had my time and at
tention constantly employed for tho past
week, I ntn not as well prepared for the
task In bund as I would like to be. How
over, I will do tho best I can, promising to
do better tbo next tlmo.
Chicago, as Is her wont, it pushing
ahead with moro than usual vigor. The
work of rebuilding is going forward with
great rapidity, and in lnss than flvo year
from tho present time, sho will have re
gained all and much moro than she lost in
the great flro of October last. Already
hundred of tho most costly and magnifi
cent business block hare taken the place
of the less substantial ones destroyed by
the flro; and hundrods of other of a like
character are In coune ot erection.
I havo It from good authority, that in a
certain district where property to tho
value of $24,000,000 was iwept away by
the fire, new building havo been put up,
and contract signed for others to be com
menced at once, and completed a toon as
possible, valued at the enormous turn of
$30,600,000. If this doo not speak well for
Chicago and her enterprising business
men, what will 7
Just at this time there is considerable
excitement existing among live stock deal
er In and about the Union stock yard
near this city, in consequence of tbo enor
mous number of dead porkers that have
arrived here within the past few days.
In one day Wednesday last no less
than one thousand seven hundred dead hopii
were taken from the car arriving at the
yard from tho interior on that dav.
What the cause of thit fearful mortuary
among tho bogs is Is not known, but it is
generally believed to bo the result of
packing so many into one car. In many
Instances shippers cannot get a sufficient
number of cars to supply their wants, and
they are compelled to pack as many hogs
into a car as they can, and the result is
that about one-third of every car load ar
rive here dead. Tho matter will at once
be lookedjnto by those most interested,
when tbo cause of this tcrriblo destruction
of "sow belly" will be ascertained, aud
steps taken at onco to prevent it In tbo future.
THE "PERSONAL LIBERTY LKAOUE"
of tho eleventh ward of this city held a
meeting at Orpheus ball, corner of Luke
for Greeley, oven If the best democrat in
tho country should be nominated at Bal
timore, and there are thousands of other
who 'will do the samo.
In tho way of amuesmont Cnlcago is
now, and has boon for somo time pasti
having'.her full share. Alljtho theaters In
tbo city aro in full blast and are crowded
Sevoral noted bate-ball club are now In
tho city and tho bale-ball park will be the
scene of tome lively baiting" during the
week. To-morrow the Mutual and the
Troy will play a match game for tho
championship of the United Stutos. It is
thought the Trojans will carry off the lau
rels. But I have already made this letter'too
long, so will break the point off my pencil
for the present. Avow.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL R. R. CO,
MitiinK.nAttiSD CovMrr, Kr.,1
In pursuanco of a brief notice, the citi
zen of Milburn and vicinity turned out
en intue to tako into consideration the
question of the right of way of the pro
posed route near Milburn, of the Missis
sippi Central railroad from Jackson, Ten-
jiessoc, to Cairo, Ills.
Dr. C. McKinney was called to the
chair,"and J. B. Quigley, Jr., was appoint
Dr. C. McKinney, upon taking the
To discover purlou greenback or
national bank-notes, dlvldo tho last two
figure of the nnmbor of tho bill by four,
and If one romaln the letter on tho gen
ulno will bo A i if two remain it wiir be
B;if three, C j and should thore bo no
remainder, the letter will be D. For ox-
nninln no to It TOC stored tWO tllOUSIltlU
four bundrod and lxty-ono; dlvldo sixty
ono by four, and you will havo ono re
maining. According to tho rulo the noto
will bo A. Incaso tho rule falls bo cer
tain that the bill ll counterfeit or altered.
SIGN OF THE
C3-OT iTDTSTT LIOIsT.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
Batcher and Bealarln all klstdit Fresh
COKX NlNKTEKNTM ASH Port.SH fiTSStTS,
Bitye and slaughters only the fry best entile,
hog snit sheep, noil in prepared to All any de
mand for fresh meat from odd pound to ten
thousand pcunds. dec20tl.
AND DIALta IN
Eighth Street, Between WAsniNaiox
and Commercial Avenues,
Adjelsslsssr J '.teahotme and nanny'.
harp the bast or Beel, fork, Mutton Va
Limb, Sausage, eto., 'nil are prepared to re
cltisen la the most acceptable manner.
74 OHIO. LEVEE.
Wholesale nd Retail
We keep a tull stock of l'ure Urug una
For the season : also a full line of
Aud Ptlnters Material generally.
!al::d""l & OIL DEALERS.
praevium uinuuci, aebtiug iKibu ma pur
pose as above mentioned.
Judge Thos. P. Bays was then called
upon, who responded In a well-timed and
eloquent speech, showing clearly and con
clusively tho necessity of railroad facili
ties, and their effect in enhanctng the value
of lands in all countries through which
they paes. Bo also showed from facts and
figures, that, from the geographical situa
tion of Milburn, (being 14 miles from Co
lumbus and tbo Mississippi river, and 10
miles from Mayfleld, Kentucky,) and
from her location controlling a large
'amount of trade, that the railroad, if built
through this section, could realize in
freights nlono at Milburn, from flfteon to
twenty thousand dollars per year, inde
pendent of the ordinary local trade and
travel common to all roads.
Tho following named gentlemen were
appointed a committee to draft resolutions
expresslvo of tho sense and purpose of the
meeting : Thos. C. Bays, John A. Moss,
J. N. Sanford und Dr. L. M. Lovelace,
who roported tho following prcamtlo and
That whereas a route has
been recently surveyed through the
counties of Hickman and Ballard tor the
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
ISC Commercial Ave., near Aliienpum.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and. Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
'Which they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
Tliey are also prepared to supply Ldie and
Gentlemen with the BE-tT OF BtiOl' WOHK, at
gurej that defy comuetltlon. 6-mr
GREEN &, GILBERT,
William 11 Utlberl,
Mile F. Gilbert,
OA I ItO, ILLINOIS.
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THE ONLY RELIABLE OIFT ENTERPRISE
IN THE COUNTRY I
S60 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To he ill'trlbutod in
Xi . X). SINB'S
i::th Ilegular Uopthl)-
To le drawn Monday, Junn 3J, M7i,
Two Grand Capitals or
Sfi.000 In Greenbacks I
Two Pr zes J1.000
Ten Prizes 100
One Hone and Dugaj- with llter-MouoleJ Har
ueaa, worin eatn.
One flne-tonrd Koaewoml Piano, worth tUX).
Ten futility aewlnif machlnei. worth luuarli.
Fito lifvciieJ vol'l hunting watihei aod heaiy
g Id chalna worth Isuu each. FlTe gnl i Arner.
icin hunting watches voith SI 2'- each. Trn
gold huntln watcher worth Sluo each,
llltfht liundrd irolrl and allver lr htinllri
watches. In all. worth from iftHollVO. Ladles'
gold lontin- chain, itent'a 0J test cnalns,
auuu anu uouuie inaTeii Oliver laoie anu iea
sroons iiholoerauh albJins. lewrlrr. etc.. etc.
nnoie uumuer oi K'". .wu. licaeis iiinnea to
Aients wanted lo orll tickets to whom HU-ral
prunlums will le paid.
Mettle tickets onu dollar i tlx tickets fitr dol
lars i twelve tickets, tea dollars; twenty-fife
circulars roniaininK a iu ill stoi or tes. sue.
scrlptlonof the wanner ut drawlo, and other
Information In reference to the distribution, 111
ue sent to anyone omerlos iliern. All letter
tnnst lie sldressed to 1,. V. Kl.NE, Box, Mi,
nrnit, Cincinnati, O.
li'i west uin n. iiot-wjjiv
&"bpe.'ia. attentien given to Admitaltr
OrFICE OUtO LKVXat, BOOUC 7 AND 6 OVER
CIT7 NATIONAL BANK.
solute removal of all disabilities imposod I socioty is composed mostly oi saloon kcop
on account of the rebellion which was ers and men who will be effected by the
finally subdued seven years ago, believing new liquor law, passed by the last legisla
tht UNIVERSAL AMNESTY "WILL ture, and which will go Into effect on tho
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAU- first dav of Julv. These men havo band-
1FI0ATI0N IN ALL SECTIONS OP ed thomsolves together for the purpose of purpose of extending the Mississippi Cen-
THE COUNTRY- opposing tho enforcement of the, to them. Tn. .hn.. .t.o ..i. .''...
I- - l vnitu i ini, aai va nuvavaoa kiiu Pistes' eus f wj
If mi . a I . ' . . .
vKiviKATiv iw int. i vjiuus measure, xnoj uu noi propuao w pnssea wllhin a snort distniico or Aliluurn,
a t fin a t. qvtv nfiVirtJ VXfTTwT I uio TiaiencQ or vureaii 10 ttccutnniiin uicir i uuiibiu luuuwu mu uuiiiuub ui uuvuik
s . . . .l . nnmnta htit arn nnt arm n oM f n f rt tho v- I sv.,vu wu w. ,
una nnpamat suurage, win guara uo r- -"'-" -'-' ,aid time of urvov. thoreiore, bo it
i.uiiy oi iuo law inrougn iuo proper JUtolied, That T. P. Bul'C. Green
moan tho courts. Already considerable Nickols, T. K. Uays, Doc. Williams, Alf.
money nas been suhscribca for this pur- iiuyi, Caleb Ureen. Wultor 11. coutney,
pose, and thero is no doubt that the courts K. Klrkpatrick, of Ittckman coun
will soon be called upon to pass Jndg
ment as to the validity of the new liquor
rights of all citizens moro securely than
any centralized power. The pooplo and
the public welfare require the SUPRE
MAOY .OP THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. Wo demand for tho
Individual the lurgest liberty consistent
with public order, for the stale self-goV'
ernment, and for tho nation a return to
the methods of ppaco and the constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TBDE AH PBEACIIIXO."
The case of Miss Linda Gilbert vs. the
Chicago Evoning Post,' in which dam
ages, to the amount of $10,000 is clalmod
fur an alleged libol, has been occupying
the attention of Judge Roger's court for
sovcral days. Miss Gilbert was, at the
time tho libel is claimed to havo been
ty, and M. L. Cummins, Rev. C. L. Cute,
uv. u. Jictunney, K. ucorce, u. i. wui
son, J. li. Uuigley, rat .Uegary, isaacste-
phens.Rubt. Sumr.ers, H. liowsell, W. II
Russoll. "Wm. Tucker. Cant. N. Frlck, J
Homo, G. W. Stone, Dick Milburno, Dr,
E O. Hold. J. A. ltichardson, Dr. A. A.
Slaughter and C. AV. Milium of Ballard
Cout.tv are horoby appointed a committee
wliofo duty ii snail ue to canvass ineir
seperato counties alone the proposed route
und solicit me rigm-oi-way turougn ino
lands tlicrcol free oi clmriro to tho sum
railroad company, to cngago immediately
Do you wish to receive all the benefit (rem
B-SARATOGA, N. Y.,
t&- BLUE LICK, Ky.
Without the exDense of a trio to those resorts.
If ao. nnnlr lo us. We receive thesewatera di
rect frem the surlnes, and ore prepared to lur-
nish them pure, ICE COLD. Freali and Llely
irom our counter, rersnns uTinic ai a umnnce,
or who wish to Iisto tne water in tneir iioues,
can bo supplied wlthSaratoga In bottles and Blue
Lick in bottles, kgs"anl barrels. Call and Ret
a circular In retard to the medicinal virtue" ol
these nott-il waters.
Also a comnU'te line of loilet articles. Im
ported and American Soaps,
Together with a large assortment of Druggists
lsA.2S0 ST 0-003DS.
p-., ... . .1 W IMU nuvt V WIMSIIIVU vv
O. ine C1TII SOIVICO Ot me government lrtmm., - ,,,. . tn .ln rf,.,-, nfaald dulvsto reduca TTOTHTnr.nmi iti nntirnTJD
bu become a mere instrument of partisan . , r, to writlnrrs all contrucu with norsons for UlolINr JLtjXi.l W rJ Y uuix.
tyranny and per.on ambition, and an J. -y tbo rlgnt.of.way to tbo saUf company, pAn etlectu.i Prerentise ot Cholera. Typhoid
j ""j i" . . I means aha became connected with a. lot. . . " . .t' 'ui I Fever, bnu 1-Fox. Bcarlet Fever. Weasels, Cat-
oWect Of selfish greed. It is scandal " ..... lT . .. li i "" lo rePorl.luB ",m ' ii-reiuu v e jj,,,,,,, ,ncl ali pe,tiiential and oontsgloua
and reproach upon freo inslitutionsl
breed a demoralization dangerous
perpetuity of republican government. u . . ' which the said route may pass; and, that The retail price la 25 cents per package,
mtRE A WIRE DEMAND, r .. ' . ... , ' (Proceedines of the Board of nealth-Offlclal
i ill 1 1 , n flan tna n.ai-inii ,. nniu in l n u vv NiAn. .ia unnnmT.n ' rl - .. - .
W. . mnjinA111Tf I " 'f .n-v... - Sim v.. ,1. .wu ...u VF1CX UOARD Or llsALTIl. 23T. LOCH. XII JiaT,
v. n mereiorerettra n tuunuuuu , .. , . . I . ,t,.n f mnf.,.r... n n,,nrt in hi ti,: ..u..i k..t,. ... h hii
uniiuai , , , , , , ... , " lie unease, ana oil pesiuenuai anu ronisnmuK
j tery which the 'irost, stigmatized as a owners of lands and their place of rosl- diseases, it is put tip la pastboard cartous.the
to the "wln(lle." ndvon hlnted Mi dence,a.wo:i a. land, owned by Infant PhJ'BJi fErfeto?.Wnoeill
lhe Gilbert was not, like Ceaser'. wife, "nd guardi.nes through b P iftfifiLAT brim.
XSFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
a one oi the most pressing necessities of
the hour; thai honesty, capacity and Ddei
tty constitute the only valid ululms to pub
lic employment; that the offices of tho
government cease to bo a matter of urbi
trary favoritism and patronage, and that
public station becomo again the post of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
TAMirrqCBBTION SHOVED ASIDE.
7. We demand a system of federal tax
ation which shall not unnecossurlly inter
fere with the industry of tho people, and
which shall provido tbo mean necessary
to pay the expense of the government,
economically uaminiiterea tne pcntions,
tne interest on tne puonc aeot ana a mod
erate annual reduction of the principal
thereof, and recognize that thero are in
our midst honest but Irreconcilable dif
ferences of opinion with regard to the re
spective systems of protection and free
trade. WE REMIT THE DISCUS
SION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
IN THKIR CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICTS, AND 'IUE DECISION OF
CONGRESS THEREON, WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTEitFER.
XNOE AND DICTATION.
8. The public credit must be sacredlv
maintained, and we DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATION in every form and gulm,
Biaa or tub true metal.
9. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
PECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
like by the highest considerations of com
aaerclal morality and honest government
A WOBB rOB THE NOI.DIEH BOYH
10. We remember with eratitudo tli
acriflct of the soldiers and sailors of lb
rapuoiic. ana no act or ours shall ever
linr wtvi " nrrl In fM I handled 11 T.lr.ria
J ' l I nnM.nn . r, .tin .-1,1 ..M.ns.l .mnan.- lA to.
HUOUt KIOVOS. XlOllUO 1110 SUH. US . ,u ,,,.IJ nn,,,.a ;j ...
case is still on trial and will be rosumed ar.d all matter that mav bo of interest, or
at tho opening of court to-morrow. It is that may benefit tho said company in the
uttruetW onnalderaliln .ttnrninn am,,n construction oi tneir rond upon tne pro.
t, i .. i .l i posed route : also to report tbo amount of
the legal fraternity, and it is tho general C..,,..., RnnuaUv done1' ,n Ul0 town of
impression that Miss Gilbert will loso the Milburn and its vicinity In tho way of
suit. freights to ana from .unburn in conduct-
the coLLECTOBsmr. lug her business; also to consult with the
r Ml.1 Jlon h.l-lnn I.iiiIa.aH 111. n.t I .. r. . - . '
.v.. .vmu.vu mi- trneeaod hvthem and for all crnneral nur.
nation as colleoior of tho port of Chicago, poses heroin ; which was unanimously
considerable anxiety prevails among the adopted by the meeting.
leading politicians to know who his sue- It was then moved and carried that T.
cessor will be. It is said that Mr. C. B. P. Hoy, O. "V. Greenup, J. N. Sanford,
.vyMwiiv, .v vi uure auau e
sWtract from their Justly earned tame,
SB !ui( rewarus ui meir patriotism.
ATAI7KT, LAXB OBBEKM I
11. We are opposed to all further grants
of land to railroad or other corporations.
TBI PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD BE
BEI.D SACRED TO ACTUAL SET
UBKBAI. rOBEICIV POLICY
12. We hold that it I the dutv of th
government in its Intercourse with foreign
Mllcns to cultivate friendships of peace
i t J """ 7'U1 on uir ana equal
Tf,,,. "ro,DJ5 alike dlshonorible
4thr to demand what is not right or ub
mlt to what It wrong,
, .,fBTBlf IKVITED."
ll Jor th promotion and success of
tkm principles, and the support of
flit, Invite) and cordially welcome the
W wsawlloal of all patriotic citltens, with
( rtsjivd to pfflou$ political affiliation
Farwell, tho radical congressman from
thit district says ho has recommended
"some ono" for the office, bnt who that
"somo ono "it ho declines, just at thit
time, lo make public. Ho has, however,
given the deputies of the present colledtor
to understand that tboy need not look for
promotion; for he adils that McLean's
successor must be a man of somo political
influence, intimating that the deputies in
the office aro a set of " galloott, " and must
be satisfied with what they have or get
out of tbo way altogether.
things are lively in this sectiou. From
what I can learn thero are a good many
oi the more substantial and influential
republicans of this city and county
identified with the Greeloy and Brown
party, breeley clubs are belnc areanleed.
and there is no doubtbut that when eloction
day comet the "straight republicans" will
find themselves wofully in U18 minority.
As for the democratic side of the house
thero seems to be but one opinion prevail
lng among them. They are for "anvbodr
to beat Grant." While It i true tho treat
majority of democrats in thit vlclnltv
would have been better pleased hs.d the
Cincinnati convention nominated tome
other man than Greeley for president, they
are at tho tame time opposed to the nom
ination of a straight ticket by tho Balti
more convention. They will support
Greeley and Brown, and do it with a right
hearty good will, for they know that the
republican adherents of the present admin
istration would be only too glud wero the
Baltimore convention to place a third
ticket In the field. If this wero done it
would divide the opposition to Grant to
such an extent as to render his ulection a
certainty. Let the Baltimore convention
endorse the Cincinnati nominees, and his
Royal Ulgbncs Ulysse G. will not be
wanted about the white house after tho
4th of March next. I for cne will vote
Dr. L. M. Lovelaco, Capt John A. Moss
and Isnluli Hutson bo added to the first
committee, and that T. P. Hays and .1. N.
Sanford bo added to tho conference com
mittee with Messrs. Quigley, McKinney
It was then moved and carried that the
Columbus 'Dispatch,' Cairo papers, Padu-
call papers, Mayfleld 'Democrat' and
Jackson, Tennessee, papors bo requested to
publish tbo proceedings of this mooting.
Moved to adjourn.
O. McKINNEY, Ch'n.
J. B. Quiqlkv, Jr., Sec'y.
Two festive Germans attending the St.
Louis Sangerfeit, cot in a row on Wednes
day when one struck tho other on the head
with a sheathed saber, irom tno enects or
which ho died Friday.
"PkI.vce John" Vun Buren visited
Emrlkiid durlnc his father's presidential
term, and actually had the honor of danc
ing with tho samu queen who now, after
a lapso of thirty-two years, politely enter
tain tno cnuu ot anotner presiuent,
An English lady was recontly forced
to pay twenty dollar a damHge tor hav
It'K civen a good "character" to a servant
whom sho knew did not deserve it. Sun-
pot the same penalty was exacted in this
country for giving good character to
p. orvBnt bo don't deserve thtm
the Philadelphia delegate would return
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IOO Mite the fshorteet llontc
Eight yrjf Ilea tbcHliorteat Route
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CAR.S
FROM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati. Indlanaoolls. Toledo.
ueiron, ueveianu, .iiaara raus,
HuRaio, I'lUsouig, asninxiou
Baltimore, 'Philadelphia, New York.
iiosioD enci an points easi.
Milwsukle, JanesTille, Madion.
LaCrosse, St. I'aul and all points north.
Una la also the only direst route to
Decatur, llloomlngton, Npnngeld,
Ptoria, Ouiner, Keilcuk,
Burlington, liwn isianu, ua our,
Mendota, Diion, Kreeport,
aalena, Dubuque, fioux City,
Omalia and all points norttiwest.
Elognnt Drawing Room Sleeping Cars
Ul all Night Trains.
Ilacgage Checked 10 all important point-.
t'or tickets anil Information, apply to I. C. R.U
lenotst airo: on board tne transit steamer be-
ttreeu Columbus and Cairo, and at tne princlpil
rollroa I ticket office throughout the south.
V. P. JOUNiON. Oen'I Cass. Ag't, Chicago.
A. Mitcihil, Gpii'I Uup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AN D ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. It.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1972
trains will run as follows-
used, In the city hospital, tho carbolic aoltl
Diiwder and finds it the best disinfectant and
destroyer of bugs, ants, cockroaches, -lc, ot
whlcl. he has knowltdve. Tour committee re
commend the purctiaao of this powder Jfor use
In the hospitals, .
(blgned) K. H. O'DRIEN,
Cleik board ot Health.
We are now In receipt if a fresh stock of
I HON WORKN.
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS I
ROBERT WOOD, TII03. 8- ROOT.
ROBERT WOOD & CO.
1,130 Rldgo ATenue, Philadelphia, Pa,
-FOUNTAINS- FLOATING S1TAN3-
STATUARY -WATER LILIES-
DUCKS TURTLES, 4o.-
For Decorating Fountains.
VERANDAU3, SUMMER HOUSE-",
tRBORS, CHAIRS, SETl'EES, Ac,, le.
NEW STYLE WROUOHT-IRON KAILINU lor
Front of Houce and Cemeteries. Never before
THINS aOINU OCIUtlkT,
Leave Virtlnla C.tO &. m
Borloiifleld 9;0 "
,' Taylorvllle 10 5
Arrive at Pi
.. .1:00 "
... 1. 6 '
... 6.17 "
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
l.EOALIZKU II V bTATJC AUTUOHITT AND
Dkawn in Pculic is St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Clam E, to he Dkawn May 31, 187:
0,880 I'rizr-s, Amounting to $300,000.
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Tickets $10: Half Ticket", $5: Quarter
Tickets, 52 GO,
Our lotteries are chartered by the Slate, urn
always drawn at me lime nameu, ana an uraw
ings are unuer ino nuperiiun 01 swura cum
The orHclal drawing will ) published In the
Ft. Louis papers and a copy sent lo purchasers
We will draw a similar scheme the last day of
eyery month during the year 1S72.
Item!. At our risK ut posinmce miner uruer,
registered letter, diali or einress. ."end fur cir
cular. Address, MUHltAY, MILLbtt X CO,,
P. O. boi24IO. tit. Louis, Mo.
Our Homo Advertisers.
rOMMIMMIOM Am, rUHWAHDINU.
. II. MATIIUM.i
X. 0 .U1IL
MATIIU8S 4 MIL,
Com mission Merchants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUUh'
NO. 04 OHIO LKVEE.
MILLER A PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR. CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES,
liloO Uvk, CAIRO. ILLIMOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E. B. lisndrlcas A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
sWifc l.llral Adsancemenia made c2WV
aV upon Consignments. JmJty
Are prepared to rereiee, store and forward
freighta to al polata and buy and
sell on commission,
SWIlusiness attended to promptly;
.j-i r. .. .
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
CORNER H2D-STREF.T ANU OHIO LEV Kit
Our Home Advertisers.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON &, BIRD,
(Successors toStratlon, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
SUTTER & BIERWIRTH,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
fctaloed, Euameled, Embosse-l and ground G'ji,
of erery description. W
PARTICULAR ATrENTIOSf PAID TOCUUKCU-WOKK.
r Orders from all
promptly attended to.
parta of the country
HI dAw im
ana 11.40 '
TKAISS OOIMU NOSTnWtST
I.eare Pana 4.0U a. m
Arrive at 8pnngfield...6.15 " .......
Leate Sprinfleld. 0.0 ,
Arrive at Vligima 8.6 "
HOUT11 CKN DIVISION.
TRAINS OOISO SOVTHEAST,
Leave Edgwood ..5.30 a. m 10.10 1
Flora B,6 ' 11.40
Arrive at Shawneel'u .'-' " o 16
...XV, a. in
CAST AND WKOUUHT-IHO.N
Colpax'b enforced retirement to private
life is ascribed by his friends to the Influ
ence of the press correspondents at Wash
ington. Disgusted with his bauuhty tone
and bearing, IiIb entire lack of eltlior ron
sideration or gratitudo toward tho estate to
wbich he mainly owed bis elevation, they
formed a syndicalo to defeat III in, and
sent a committee of thirteen to Phila
delphia for that purpose The power thus
developed it said to fill some of the Sena
tors and representatives with utter
consternation, Having lookod heretofore
upon reporters as mere appendage to
legislation, they now begin to comprehend
how a syndidate, if once formed, is some
thing mat must be respected.
Public buildings and Squares, Cemetery Lots,
and Garden Fences, llalcouies, Roof Cresting,
etc., in great variety of I'alterns,
IKON fcJTAIKij, Spiral und straight, ol various
Patterns and styles, Special aiteutiou given this
clasa of work,
LAMP POSTS, for Fronts of Public IiulldloKS,
Hotels, and City Streets, ol Plain and Elaborate
STABLE FITTINGS, of Caatand Wrought-Iron,
of New Improved Styles, such as liay Hacks,
Stall Divisions, Manors, Harness brackets, Gut
ters, Traps, Ventilators, Sic.
WIRE WORK of every description. Wire
QUards of Crimped Wlre.Onlvaalted nr Painted,
in f lain or Ornamental Patterns, fur Store Doors
or Windows, factory and Warehouse Windows,
lulling for Offices. Itanks, Counter Kailiogs,
naicouiea, i,awn nu rarm rences, ac c.
GATES for entrance to Cmnetertea. Public
Squares au (Jeiitlemen'a Country Seats, of Oas
Tubinxor Wrought-lrou, both single and double,
in eiaooraie anu simple ueaiKUS,
OKINUINO FOUNTA1NH, lor street uses. A
very lane assortment of designs exnressly for
CAaT-lKON URINAL 1I0XE3, for public parks
and city streets,
OVAL VASbs, latest styles, centennial pattern.
UriCHINQ POSTS. Jockev. Coolie. Sambo and
V'ARKER" & BLAKE,"
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putty, BesiElae, Ctuiolln,
WIND 0"W GLASS.
And the celebrated illuminating
DB08H' TJUILDINQ, OOR. llTB-BT, OOMj
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
ME It on ANTS.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
Ubto Ulver assd Hauawtiit
70 Ohio Levee,
Clinrtervd March SI, lifltt.
CITY NAT10VAL BANK, CAI1UJ
A. Il.SAFFOUD. President;
S. S. TAYLOlt, Vice-President i
11. I1YS1A)P, Hecretarv and Tteasurer.
M, BaaCLiv, Cuas, Gilionrs,
11. Stocariim. I'ail 0. He ii in,
K II CUAMNOHAM, II. P. lULLlLiV,
j. u. rHiiurs.
Utoalta ol any Amount Received truui
luu lcuis cisvisruis.
INTEKE9T paid on deposits at the rale ol six
percent, per annum, March 1st and Septem
ber 1st. lnleret not withdrawn Is r.dded imme
diately totfe principal of the deposits, thereby
giving tnem compouuu inivreni.
MAHKIKP WOMEN ANU C1IILUHEN MAT
SO THAT MU OKt till CAM DKAW IT.
Ones eterv business dav from a a.m. to 3 cm..
and Saturday evening lor HA VINO DEPOSIT?
only, Irom to 8 o'clock.
sir ii srrj f r yi rrs .......
aUUIl uiassurt iicstRutri.
CLOSE i VINCENT,
BBALBBS I3ST LIME,
Ckucnt, Plaster Pamis,
Corsaer ElcblSs Ktretl stssdOhl Lstn,
0. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
No. 70 Ohio Lever, CAIRO, ILLINOIS!.
WHpeclal attention given to consignments ou
, JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John D. Plilllli,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTU-ST. and OHIO LEVE
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALLIDAY, President!
HENKT li. HALLIDAY, Vice-President;
A. b.HAFFOKD, Cashier
WALTER HYSLOP, Assistant Cashier,
Htaats Tatloi, Kostar II, Cunnisqham,
ilssav L. Hauidat, W, P. Haiubat,
Uso. D. WlLLiAnsok, SurMrM lliao
A. B. BarroaD,
Kxebsusgw, Ctlss sssssl Ussltsasl "
Btossda HmmfUt mm. sMtal.
KP08IT8 recslrad, i a sjansral Uaklng
FOR SALE, ForSl.f FOR SALE,
FOR SALE. jForbli;! FOR HALE.
Fare from Liverpool,
Fare from Londonderry
Fare from Olasoow,
Fare from Qukxhbtoww
lO CAIRO, i : : : : i : : $4 8-2 0
iaflord, Morns A Ca
Liverpool Naw-Tork abd Philadelphia
cxoia contbaot with okitid statu ab biitisu
For Cajjfrying the Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcBTasa laroastATiOM
APPLY TO JOHN O, DALE, Aqt.
is Broadway, New-York, or to
it. If otspt,
Washington Avenue, Oaire, nois. ji
" " run malk
Tha Illinois Central Rail Road Company now
oSer for sale the following described lots la Firs
Addition to the City ot Cairo, vis t
tot ST block SO, Lot M blook 9,
I SO, " ST SS,
I 6 88 V M " SS,
- s S2,' n mr,
3 si, sa .
or terms, eU. apply to JAMEB JOHNSON,