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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1872
THE BULLETIN.
JOHN II. OIlEltLT. Editor and Publisher.
Saturday " June 27, 1872,
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John U. Oberly Co. have reduced the sttl
acrkstton pnro of th Weekly Cairo Bulletin 1
OfBoUarptromum. making It the cheap!
psr published m Southern Illinois.
. Good Enough
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
jpmi where yon nee Hint Aliltc but
nsn.
fCnt'l the fo in down
And fce the word nlottv the line,
SrMley and unti Brown.'
ron president,
HORACE GREELEY,
of Now York ;
for vice president,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
or Missouri.
Ulvrsk., ono of tho younger sons of tho
president, starts for Europe to-day, for
educational purposes, If Grant it not
cure ful ho will, linve Ills children looking
down on tlid "old man" ns nil Ignora
mus.
-- -
The radicals who hnvo hcon congrfttu-
lallng themselves on tho dissatisfaction of,
Carl ychurz will Imvo to pocket their dis
appointment. The distinguished Senator
will ho present at Sprlrigflold on next
Wednesday, nnd address tho llhornl stuto
convention.
In his into speech nt St, Louis, tho veil
crnblo J nines Shields thus scathes tho
Grant rndicnl ndminlstrntion.
"If tho Now York Tammany nnd the
' "Washington TamniRny both unltn und
mothers, nnd how they were going to bo
rescntod on Sumner, upon which plcco of
Longanlsm, the llochoster 'Union' hits
him thusly iqusroly, plum centre
"tfjo politician has played tho soldier
nnd his mother sovural times loo often al
ready, and tho soldier and his mother do
cllno to bo played any more by such gam
blers as Logan, who novor think of shar.
mg me spoils. iiOgan won a seat in mo
United States senate. But what doth
thnt profit tho poor wounded soldier and
his woeping mother? Logan might as
won inrow up ins nana."
MORMON WOMEN.
1IOW TO BREAK DOWN F0LYC1AMT.
(Salt Lake Correspondence of thn Chicago Tri-
A few of
TIIH MORMON WOMEN
nt tho templo on Sunday wero well
dressed, but Jnost of them wero poorly,
and somn of them oven meanly clad. Not
'cotno down on Bnltlmnrc, even with nn ( io with tho Gentllo women, .lust to tho
Good Knough
DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.
PREAMBLK.
We, the Liberal Republicans of tho
United States in Convention assembled at
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following princi
ples as essential to Just government:
DEAD IS&VEH BURIED.
1. "We recognizo tho equality of nil
men beforo the law, und hold that It Is
the duty of tbo government In Its dealings
with tho pcoplb to mcto out EQUAL AND
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
WHATEYE It NATIONALITY, HACK,
COLOR OR PERSUASION, ItELI
GIOUS OK POLITICAL.
2. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OP THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OP THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTKENTH AMENDMENTS OP
THE CONSTITUTION.
r.VIVEUSAI. AMNKSTY.
8. "We demand the immediate and ab
solute removal of alt disabilities imposed
on account of tho rebellion which was
finally subdued seven years ago, believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
BE3DLT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
THE COUNTRY-
DEMOCRATIC TO THE COUE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard the
rights of all cltltens more securely than
any centralised power. The people and
th public welfare require the SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. We demand for tho
individual the largest liberty consistent
with public order, for the stnto self-government,
and for tho nation n return to
the methods of peace and the constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TROE AN PREAC1IINU.'
6. The civil service of the government
has become a mere instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and un
object of selfish greed. It is a scandal
and reproach upon free Institutions, and
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tbo
perpetuity of republican government.
THEREFORE A WISE DEMAND
0. We therefore regard u THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
as one ol tho most pressing necessities of
the hour; that honety, capacity and fldel
Uy constitute the only valid claims to pub
lic employment ; that the offices of tho
government cease to be a mutter of arbi
trary favoritism and putronuRe, and that
public station become ngain the post of
nonor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATI v ELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
TAStirt'QIJENTIOK NIIOVED ASIDE,
7. Wo demand u system of federal tax
ation which shall not unnecessarily inter
fore with tho industry of tho people, and
which shall provide tho means necusiinrv
to pay tho expenses of tho government,
economically administered tho pensions,
iuu interest an too puouc ueot una n raou
rate annual reduction of the principal
ujcreui, uuu recogiiuo mai tnero aro in
our inidst honest but Irreconcilable dif
ferences of opinion with regard to tho re
spective systems of protoction and free
trade. WE REMIT THE DISCUS
HION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICI'S. AND THE DECISION OF
CONOUHSS THEREON, WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE I NT EH FEE
ENCE AND DICTATION.
HO HEI'CDIATIO.-V.
8. The public credit must bo sacredly
maintained, and wo DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATION in every form and guise.
KI.1G or T1II Tit UE 51 ETA I..
, 0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
alike by the highest considerations of corn
inarelal morality and honest government
A WORD FOR THE AIOI.DIER UUXH.
' Wt remember with gratltudo tbo
sacrifices of the soldiers and sailors of the
republic and no aot of ours snail evor
detract trom thtlr Justly earned lame, or
the Jul! rewards of tbalr patriotism,
AVAl'KT, LAXU ROUUERSJ
rl aV. 4r'.ol'P.0,t to all further grants
of land to railroads or other corporations
THE, PUBLIC DOMAIN BHouLij UE
TLEa.8ABED T ACTU BET.
MBCaUX rOHEIUSr POLICY.
12. We bold tbat.lt is the duty of tbe
covernment in Its intenjoiir,.. i. rr....
nation! to cultivate friendships of peace
Kw tritfctttif fttl. ..11 j .r . 7
ttrrut, regarding t .hke dishonorable
cuuar w uiainu wnu; is not right or sub
pmlt to what is wrong.
METCRTUODY INVirrik
U. For tbe promotion and success of
isiH priHcipits, aiiU tUe support of
taa iwn" uwmiunwi uy mis conven.
tiers, we xMU end cordially wekom the
otHpeTilon of ell patriotic dtlaens, with,
out reftrtl to previous polltloal affiliation
nvnlaiicho of crccnbncks, they can't cor
' rupt thnt convention nor oavo this rol-
Mcn ndminlstrntion. '
Two Methodist ministers of Clnclnnnti
hiivo decided that tho rovcn'nd brolhor-In
law of thn president at Copenhagen Is a
modal man both n n t'nlted Stales mln
liter and n minster of tlio .Methodist
church. This derision of tho Cincinnati
preachers may satisfy tho radical party
nnd Grant family, hut It will scarcely
niter tho opinion of tho public, who nro
not disposed to ratn Crnmer any higher
than he deserves.
When nn cx-robol announces that he is
for Greoley, tho rndicals cry that tho lib
eral candidate Is nil things to nil men.
When nn ox-rebel announces thnt ho is
for Grant, tho same assertion dons not np-
ply at nil. When nn ex-rchel announces
thnt he Is for Greoley, it i spoken of as n
reflection on tho "loyalty" of the liberal
candidate. When nu ix-robel announce
that lie is for Grant, ho is lugnrdod ns a
feather in tho cap of the military presi
dent. Strange.
TliK Peorln county domocrncy on the
8th appointed a full set of Greeley dele
gates to tho stato convention, und In
truded them to tend delegates to Balti
more who would vote for Greoley and
Brown, nnd no one else. This Is hard on
Dowdall, of the Peoria 'Democrat,' who
has so much good democracy that he
wants a third ticket nominated at Balti
more, to be defeated, and insure the elec
tion of Grnnt. State licg'uter.
A DisrATCii to the Chicago 'Tribuno,'
dated nineteenth instant, snys "To-day
'in anticipation of the great crowd that
' will visit this city next week during the
' state convention, n special commltteo of
' arrangements was appointed to arrango
the details and make provision for tbe
comfort of all who may come. Senators
Trumbull nnd Schurr., Governor Brown
and Casslus M. Clay will bo here, and ad
dress the people j also Senator Hendricks
and Honorable George Pendleton have
' been Invited to attend, and are expected.
The speaking will take placo on Wednes
day, the first day of tho convention.
'The hotels are rapidly filling up, Gov-
'ernor Brown, of Missouri, has engaged
1 rodms at ono of tho principal hotels, All
' tho railroads centering here, except the
'Toledo, Wubush and Western, will
'carry nil who deslro to attend the con
' volition on excursion tickets. Tho latter
will carry delegates to both conventions
nt half furo.
CoTJustin McCarthy snys that. Mr.
Grt-eley's dress would bo considered o,uite
elegant und fastidious by tho side ot .Mr.
Gladstone's.
Jteiy.! times Lane, of Culifurniu, was re
cently shot by u treacherous Indian.
When lie demanded of his assailant the
reason of tho uct, the nublo savngo re
marked: "Me heap cruzyl Mo too much
crazy and disappeared with great rnpid
lty. Jt is gratifying to note tho advance
of our red brethren iii.clvillr.atlon
rOLlTIC.NOTES.
Thirty republican journals in I'enn
sylvanla towns indorse Hartfrant for
gjvernor.
Tho Wisconsin state democratic conven
Hon instructed tholr delegates to ratify tho
uctlon of the Cincinnati convention.
'thr,!ny I ko nut to rot
Ye-, in j" for nd frmly
i'ul on your olil wlnl hut nJ cost
Ami role (fr llurwe Oreele.
Ssward, Chase, Blair, Wells and Cam-
oron, are tho five survivors of Lincoln, s
cabinet. Tho latter was kicked out in
disgrace, nnd, ns a natural consequence
indorse Grant tho onl) one of the five.
Tbo pooplo of Jolictnro disgunted ut the
removal of Elmer Washburne, Warden of
the Pcnltentary, and the appointment of
Major Edwards, of the Carllnvlllo Dnmo
cnit as his successor.
Wo sec it announced that 0,000 nrnicd
ornngemen are oxpected to walk in pro
cession In New York city, on the 12th
of July. That they have a right to do so,
Is undisputed; but It Is to be regretted
tho right should beperslsted in, aoprovok
atlve of III. This is not the day nor thn
country in which to perpetuate religious
feuds,
Tbe following encouraging fact apper
taining to Wilton's rocord, tbe radical
nornlnuo for vice president ol the United
htatoi. should Induce everv forelca-born
oltizen to voto 'for him: On the 1st of
March, 1855, he presented the petition of
tho Boston citizens, ns Senatorial repre
sentative, praying the repeal ol tbe natu
ralizatlon laws of the United States, nnd
he remalnad a prominent member of the
Know Nothing party until 1808, after
which he united with the radicals.
When Logan attempted to roar at Sum
ner in the unite, it will be recolleoted
that be talked about soldiers and their
left of mo sat n fat lady, blazing with din
monds, nnd 1 wns Informed tho was from
Boston. When tho congregation was dis
missed, ho rustle of silk and the Hushing
of diamonds attracted my attention, nnd I
saw many of tho poor .Mormon women
gazing with longing oyes on tho rich
dicssesoi tnuir ucntiio sisters, xiio con
trast lietwccn saints nnd sinners wns still
heightened by tho conduct of tho men
The Gentile men tucked tho nrms of their
nrcttv wives under their own. and walked
uway with n proud air, whllo tho Mormon
women iruugeu on mono, jiow couiu n
Mormon husband tuck tho nrms of hnlf-n
dozou wives into his? And, If ho escorted
ono, or oven two, how would tho rest feel?
1 tun told that tin; .iiormou in on nru
much troubled about
HOW TltF.Y BIIAI.I. IIRE.SS THEIll WIVES.
Mormon women, of course, sou their
iiontllii sisters clnd in rich dresses, cut in
tho latest stylo, and woman-like, Mormon
ladles want fnshionnblo dresses ton.
While u ninn enn filTord to dress one
woman woll in these duvs. it bv no means
ioiiows mm no can Keep nair n aozon, nnu
hence thu trouble of tho Mormon gentle
mnn who snorts haroms. Tho dnvs of
home-spun nnd profit from woman's Inbor
In Utah nro over. Formerly, when all
worked, tho more wives n .Mormon had,
tho richer he wns; but now, tbo more he
has, tho poorer he will find himself. Let
iirigiiam proclaim mat .Mormon women
shall go hack to home-spun, nnd seo what
comes of It. Many wealthy and liherul
minded Gentiles hero magnanimously de
clnro that, rather than seo the Mormon
ladles do without them, thoy will them
solves buy tbo richest silks and satins for
tli6m. This Is generou, but would hardly
moot with tho npproval of tho ladles'
husbands or Brigham. A young Gentile,
of good business qualities and moderntn
fortuno, who was paying attention to u
young Mormon lady, when cautioned by
his friends, exclaimed, "D n it, why
should I not have tbe girl if 1 want her?
I am able to keep her, nnd these Mormons
have more wives now than they can clothe
decent." There a was good deal of truth In
this remark. If I wanted to
11RKAK DOWN MORJtO.VlSM,
I would pnt a dozen French millinery
stores in Salt-Lake City; give General
Morrow, the military commander, $16,000
or 20,000. to entertain with during the
winter; and station a strong corps of good
looking young army officers nt Camp
Douglai.
DeTr ljfcHMOKl).
I From "Record of Public Men," lu July Ouluiy
Richmond was a man of quick uercen-
tion, bappy in retort, with u sententious
epigrammatic mode of saving tilings,
which gave them great force. " hen Mr.
Lincoln passed through tbo stati on his
w y to Washington, in the winter of 1861,
Mr. Richmond provided a special train for
him at Buffalo and accompanied the parly
to Albany. At Syracuse Mr. Greeley
joined tho company. Mr. Lincoln, who
had a keen appreciation of original and
peculiar men was much amused by the oc
casional pleasant passages between Rich
mond and Greeloy.
A now sliieplng-coach of elegant apart
ments and high finish was placed nt the
disposal of the president elect. Tho su
perb palace cars o! the pre'ent uav had not
been invented, but tlis comfortable coach,
with its elevated roof, spacious und corn
plcle accommodations, nnd perfect ventila
tion, was a great improvement upon tho
close, low-roofed, cheaply furnished, and
dingy cars that wero in general use at
mat linio. uincoin, Urcelev, and ltich-
mond wero seated in this handsome coach
chatting in n froe and easy manner. "This
is sonseming line, uean, said Ureolev,
"but why don't you have nil your cars
made in this way ? Tho common mlser
ubloold things aro nothing buta nuisance."
" Wo adopt improvements us they aro in-
vvuitu, was me repiy," out tne changes
have to bo gradual? we cariuol afford' to
throw aside substantial cars that have cost
a great deal of money, and slock tho rond
wuli those that uro more expensive merely
for the comfort of passengers, Whenever
Wo build new ones, wo incorporate all
available improvements."
" Oil that' s no excuse," was Greeley's
rejoinder. "Tho people confer upon you
corporations special nnd extraordinary
privileges, and I toll you thoy will not b'e
content unless you give them tho best
uccommouations to ko had. Why don't
you put on tins Kino oi cur at once ' '
"Why dont' wo, sum enough? Why
uiun tyotisiariyuur inieiuai old 'Jrlbunc;
with throi. hundred thousand subscribers ?"
"Horace, I think Richmond has rather
got you there, ' quietly remarked Mr. Lin
coln. " Anecdote of I'ubiic .Men, .Inly
Galaxy.
A UELMOEKE.VT MOTIJEIWN-LA W.
Thn "managing mamma" who throws
her marriageable daughters at the head or
heart of every marriageable man. is a well-
known feature of society novels and of
social Hie. to brilliant contrait with her
conduct is that of Mrs, i-ontaine, of Los
Angeles, Colifornlu. Her fifteen-year old
daughter was beloved by a gentleman
named Wells, aad, despairing of the mat
ernal blessing, thoy resolved to elopn
Mrs, F. discovered the plot, armed herself
with a pistol with which she had lately
shot the stealer of hor cows, and, when
Woll snppoured, threatened to deal tbesamo
fa to to tho stealor of her daughter There
was no elopement. A few months after
ward, howover, thoy managed to escape
together, fled into Lower California, nnd
wore married. Returning to lull upon the
maternu! bosom and be forirlvcn, thoy
learned, as tbev nenred Los Anireles, that
the maternal bosom was racked by hate
lustead ot love, una that JXrs, t . was seek
ing thorn armed with tho self-same pistol.
Tho unhappy pair fled to Kern river and
uciuauy swam to nn island therein, in tho
vuin nope ot escaping tue wrath to come.
The mother soon appeared from the main
land pistol in hand, and declared a strict
blockade. For three duys she starved the
fugitives, and then, when her revenge was
snted, permitted them to come to tho shore
forgave their sins, and, took them to her
homo.
-
Tho following shocking occurrence. con
densed somewhat In Its details Is from the
Commerce 1 Dispatch ; '
AN INHUMAN BRUTE A MAN BKDUCKH
1118 STCf-DAVOUTER A MEUK CHILD,
Seme four months ego we wero in
formed that a daughter of widow Asa
Hawkins, a little girl aged fourteen, was
enclenet, and that bar husband, Lem.
Brown, tbe itep.fatber of tbe girl, wai tbo
brute who bad seduced her. Thursday
evening, wo wero cMled, professionally, to
tho homo of Mrs. Brown. Wo found that
during the aftornoon, In tho absence of
hor mother, and ontlroly nlono, with tho
exception of threo llttlo chlldron, tho out
raged girl bad given birth to a dead child.
When hor motlior returned homo In tho
evening she found her on tho floor In nn
Insenslblo condition, with tho fruit of her
shamo bcsldo her. Both mother and child
wern irarpnlv rpeoi'nlzablo from tllO CX-
cosslvo homotngo attending her unassisted
aocouchment.
She was tilaocd In bed nnd cared for,
but wns soon seized with puerperal con
vulsions nnd diod in a low moments.
Brown, tho father of this inhnmnn out
rngo, is at large, nnd his whereabouts not
known; and to Judge from the acntlmenta
of our people, it is well that he Is not
iierc.
nr rAtura ktsn.
Tears that trickle down ntir even.
They do not fall in earth nnd dry ;
they dour like aiigflslo Ihc rMi,
And, like aogel", ennnot die.
f or on I ouriunnottn'itv
BoutidMhromtliencliymr i-ouo In each sign
What waves of Mar vergp o'er the deep
Of sorrows in onr re stieM nti 1
Anil they arnlroni;, mil urak.wlio weep
Those iliop from out thn sen thnt rolls
Within iholr horn!' lorrvcr more;
Within a depth without a shore.
Hut uli I the iMr thnt nre net wept-.
The ti-trn that nuver outward full
Th" tenm that arid for year" hm kfl
Within U thoy nxe hem ol nil
The tram our eyes i-liall never know
Arc deeper Ihan tho tenrn thnt flow I
Kai'Ii night, open enrlh' flmrern helow,
'Ihodtwcomoidown from dnrkem skint
And every niftht ntir tarif woe
nn up like iIcwh, to I'ar.illre ;
Tn 1 pep In liliioin, an,l mnkn more f ilr
Tlie tloer of crnwn". we yrt nhml wrnr.
Knr sh' thn MUrent wny lo f!od
I lip thn lor.cly mrentn nf learn
That flow, when bending 'ni-nth hlnrrl.
And fill thothle of our pnt yer.
On laughter' billow" hearts nre loMnl
OnwavcH nf tears no lieortsare lot.
How on j (earn, and bear m Immti '
Flow on yiwvp- ol deeper wooj
I'lnwon ye team thnt nre but losm.
Of deeper wnvei thm will not Hon '
A I tile while I teach iho ilinro
Where tenri flow not forever more.
ALPORTS.
Tlio last caravan of 4000 pilgrims to
Mecca wero decimated In a fortnight.
Slxtv-flvo thousand miles of railroad In
I'ncle Sam's domlcll.
Thn nni-ro mmiilntlon nf Virt'liilu hna
dccreaed 8J pur cent, in the decade from
1BIIO to Jo iu.
Twenty-three Ku-klux nrisonera arrived
at tho Albany, New York State prison
from Charleston, South C'orollnu, Wednes
day.
Connecticut oniony who went to Kan
sas a year ago, and secured building lot?
at y a-piece, nave soiu snmo ol the same
lor 5T0U each.
A weddins was dashed in Alabama re
cently, by the bride takintr Fronch lenvo
just beforo tho ceremony.
Salino county, Arkansas, has taken
$50,000 stock in'tho Cairo nnd Fulton rail
rond. It is thought that Pulaski county
nnd tho city of Llttlo Bock will also assist
to the amount of $100,000 each.
The Iron Mountain railroad company
has increased its earnings from January
1st to tho 23d of May, $317,774,09 over the
sarno period last year.
Tho low stago of water In the Missis
sippi and bayous has been very favorablo
to work on the levees and to drainage nnd
ditching by tho planters.
Tho cotton crop cenerallv averages
about seven percent, in the cotton grow
ing uitiricis over last years.
"Brother Dawson can sing better than
I," remarked tbo deacon, as henroe, "but
by the grace of heuven, I can fiddle his
shirt off for stamps, ton."
One million four hundred and twenty
thousand cubic yards of gold-bearing ce
ment was thrown down by a single blast
of two hundred nnd fifty pounds of giant
powder on Dutch Flat, California, Mon
day. Among the new locomotives recently
purchased by the Chicago and Inwn rail
road company Is one which the company
named Horace Greeley, In honor of the
great agricultural philosopher.
The trustees of Illinois col lego at Jack
sonville have determined to return to the
dormitory system, and n building is lo bo
erected for'tho purpose.
Thursday evening John Rodericks, em
ployed in a Springfield foundry, emptied
a ladle of molten iron on one of his feet,
receiving very severe and serious injuries.
The Marseilles quilt factory at Molino
Is turnint; out two hundred nullts rier tlnv.
sixty nanus, oi wnoiu lorty are womon,
are employed.
Tnr, Supreme Court of the 1'nited
States having decided that a husband can
recover damages for the loss of his wife,
proportioned to her usefulness und capa
city to earn money, n Iloston man whoso
spouse perished In a recent rntlwnv
accident was allowed by the discriminating
jury exactly six cents.
uore is a prospectus m uu uay, by a
Titusvillo paper : "A small, gnarlpd,
lrowzy, knotty, bare-backed, up-and-down,
nurnpea, rouna-shouiuercd, gully, prec
ipicy, and generally shot-up, scouped-out,
ravlued, Inflexible, Irregular, greasy and
ninu-siueu an amy uivwi.
A sportive hunter of Detroit, who kept
n uhk oi wniiiiv wun mm on a snooting
trij), struck a rare course in the suburb
on his return, and walked around it all
night, wandering why ho didrt get to
town.
A lady correspondent of the Kan
r rancisco Cal, writing on earth quake,
thinks, tbat "heteroneus parallmes
prlirnatlcally converging are not due to
the siiicious introductions of
photospherlckl asteroids, hut rather to
parabolic stratification of Igneous r.ygomn,
Wo think so.
A few davs since, nt Hartland, AVls.. a
man named Hills picked tip n club to
throw at an unruly cow, and the club bo
ing icy, slipped from his hands as hu rats
en it to inrow, striKing ins son, u utile
fellow, In tho stomach, killing him instant-
Lydla E. Aycr has recovered S5,000
damages from tlio city of Norwich, Conn.,
I-1 .. -!., I 1 I... 1.1 . 1 .
ior UIJUIK3 ruuuivcu vy uemg mrowri
from a carriage, in consequence of her
horse becoming frightened nt at ti tent
which thn rltv iiuthoritlfti nnrmllteil tn )n
pitched on tho highway.
A Vamlilirwh N.V T?rnnlr Willi, ,n
three years old, was supposed to have died
on Monday, but when tho child was
placed iu tbo coffin, Tuosday afternooo.
Indications of life wore ttltown. The fun
eral was indefinitely postponed. Tbe
child lies in a state of trance.
Mlsa T.irxln Mnnrn llvlnir near Mhntinv.
s;an Falls, Wis., captured and killed a large
eagle, measuring seven feet six inches
across the wings. It was attempting to
carry off a young lamb. The fight was a
desporato one, but the englo lost his life,
and the girl her npron.
It is said that Mr. John T. Alexander,
tho former catt'.o king of Morgan county,
will be able to fully recover from the fi
nancial embarassments which a year ago
threatened to engulph hlra, and retain a
handsome competency probably a hua
dred thousand dollars or more.
Ml FT ENTEHFRIfcE.
Principal Office 101 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THK ONLV UELIAJJLE GIFT KNTElll'ltlSK
IN THE COU.NTHV I
S60 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Xt. X). SIKE'S
ISMh Itegulsr Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE,
To be drawn Monilny, June 3d, IsTi.
Two Grand Cai'1tai. or"
$5,000 In Gkkenuacks !
Two Prizes $1,000 J (
Five Frizes COO ji. U
Ten Frizes 100 5 (
GBF.KNBACKS
One Mom ami Ilugfy with Slver-Mutinted Hnr
art, worth JfiOaeiich.
One lino-toned llu-cwooil l'lnuu, worth J'"'i.
Ten family newliiK machine, worth tloieneh.
Kive henvvcnie.l iold hunting walihes n.i.l hevy
f! Id chfllni worth SJ'JO caoIi. I'Ue gol I Am-r-enn
hunting watches uo.th f 12.1 inoli. 'IV n
ladles uolil liunliiK wntchrn worth tlfi eai'h,
I'.inht hundred nobl nnd sliver lever litintlne
wniches, In nil, worth from Soto1n0. I.ndiei'
;old leontine cliiln, ceol's colli test chnint,
...ii. i ...i .itt.i ..r.....i .it.v.- -i.i. , :
npoiin" photOKrnph album', jewelry, etc., tc.
vho!o number of Kills, ,(). Tickrti llinileil to
Asenls uAnlod lo sell tiekele In whom liberftl
preinhims will be imid
1-lntM.. An.. .Iftll.. . .1 tl,,lfttf t:v.ii.
lAm ! tuell'H lirLetN. ten ,l,illr . tuentyftle
twenty doliiire.
LlrculnrsrootntnlnK u fiill lit (if priios, ade.
crlptlnti of the manner ol drnwlnjc, ami other
Inlormaliou in reference lo the distribution, "III
be sent to any ono ordering Ihein. All letter
must be H'Uiesjeil lo I., li. IM:. llo.x. W.
orrn-r, Cincinnati, O.
101 West Ath t. nnv-n tJIv
$300,000.
.MISSOUHI STATU I.OTTHHV.
Leoalukk uy Statk Autiiokitv and
DiiAw.v in ruiiLic in St. Louih.
QrnnJ Singlo Number Hclieint-.
flO.OOU NUMUKIte'.
Olahs K, to nr. Drawn May 31, ldTJ.
0,830 l'rizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Prize of..
ot
of
or ...
of
01
or.
of
of
ft si Prires of.....
9
'j
ti
;i
s;
30
ij
Ml
of
ol
of
of
of
of .
of .
of..
t 100
, l.OiO
.
. !1M
, .ii
, 1(0
, IU)
lu
Tickets, i: Quarter
,.,.)
,. 13.4JO
7,61 J
6.0UO
S.Slsl
l.OHJ
t'l
4W
Tickets $10: Half
Tickets. $2 CO,
Our lotteries nre. chartered by the State, nre
alwayi drawn at the time namd, and all draw
Itiits are unJer the supervision of sworn torn
mUaloners. The olHelal drawing will be published iu the
St. LouN papers and a copy sent to purchasers
of tickets: 1
We will draw a similar scheme the last day of
eteiy mouth during tbe year 1ST2.
Remit nt our rl-k by potnfflce money order,
rcs'sterod letter, draft or express. t-enJ for cir
cular. Addres-, MUKKV, MlLLEtt A CO.,
P. O. box 2t;. at. Uuls, Mo.
4-10dawlv
JlISS'UI.I.AXEOrN.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
I0j Commercial Ave., near Atheneum.
CAIBO, ILI.S.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITEBS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitrks and
Also, Slippers of nil Kinds,
Which they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call anii Examine.
They are nlo
entlemen with
RUtej ttikt defv comoetltloi),
1N0 nrenareii tn sumilv I. Allien Hn,l
tientlemen with the HE-IT OF HIIUl' WOKK. at
Railroad Advevtisemonts.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
KM) Mllei IIik Nliorlf-Nl Itiuili-
TO CHICAGO
Klulity ' Slilfo Hie Nliortcat Itiinti-
TO ST-LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
niOM CAlltO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ON LY ONE CHANGE OF OA R.S
I'ltOM C'AIIIO TO
(lioi'iunali, Iiiiliariapolls, Tolcln,
jetton, CleveUnd, Nls!r Kalis,
liurlalo, I'Uisbuig, nihloKlou,
llaliin.orv, i'hilailtlpliu, New York.
Ilostou mm all piiluta east.
Milwaulie, Jsnmvllle, Mniiin,
I.aCros, Hi. I'snl and all points noith
this is also the only direct route to
Iwalill, lllootnlnKtoii, Nniiiixnld,
IVorla, ljulnoy, IveokuU,
UurlinKlou, Huclc IsUnd, l. Halle,
Meodota, iJlxon, Kreenort,
Galena, Hiibuque, dolls Ulty,
Omaha and all points northwest,
Elcgnnt Drawing Room Sleeping Cars
On all Night Trains,
llofsage Checked 10 all Important points.
For tickets and Information, apply to 1. C, It.lt,
depot t niro; on board tne transit steamer be
tween Columbus and Cairo, and nt tne prluclinl
railrna I ticket offices throughout the wouth.
W P. JOIl.N'iON, Oen'l t'ass. Ab'. CIiIukso.
A. Mmiirn, fieti'l hup't. Chloago,
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SI'RINGFIEL I) A N D ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On smtl ufter Monday, April 24th,
trains will run ns follows:
NORTHERN UIVIiilON.
1S72,
tailM uniND aouiiicatT.
Mail,
Leave Virslnla 0:10 a. m
' Hprlngfleld (no "
, Taslorvill IU S
Arrive at Wna U.SU "
TSAIMS OOlNO NOaiUWtHI,
Express.
I.enve Pann 4.i a. m
Tavlorvill t.I" "
Arrive at 8ppngneld...S.l5 11
Leave Sprinifleld n.3 "
Arrive at VfitJinia 8.S "
BOUTHKItN DIVIhlON.
TSAISS UMNO. SOL'TUHHT,
Leave Edgwood 6.30 a. 111. ... 10.10 p, m,
' flora...... 6 U. "
Arrlvs at Sbawueel'u .3i , M '
Express,
...ltSl u.m.
... 3M "
... ii a '
... fi.17 '
Mail.
.3.M a. m
...A 0 "
...8.00 "
....0 10 "
,...8.15 '
BTJI3SrBTT'S
PATENT STEAM COOKING
VESSEL.
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
gOMK or ITS AIlVANTAOF.S.
Il cooks (gulcltly and tnoto thoroughly with lest
fire than any other way.
Komi cooked the old way loses one. third nf Us
weight, cooked In Ihll steam vessel, it only loses
uiin eighth. The saving 111 this way will toon
pat Its cost.
VOOV CANNOT UK UUKN'KI).
It Will BOIL,
STEW,'
It R O I L,
and STEAM
iiioiu perfectly Ihnti an) utensil Used fur either
purpo-o now 111 not.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAF AND
I) U R A B L E .
Meat stewed, boiled or broiled In this manner
I. a a better flavor, and I easier llgtd than
until cooked In the old way,
NO KKAR Ol1 IIYHPKI'blA.
II make a first rlns diok out f a poor one,
nnd a good rook better than before.
ALL WHO THY IT BUY IT I
II it theouly iileuil In uo that is warranted
nottoIIUit. ItlCi: IN Ci)OKINH,tin.lersny clr
cu'iietance. AKent inako more money aclliiur
II, I essel, than any articln In ue, lor every In
telligent housekeeper in the fotmlry want ono,
AN V ONE WIHIIINO TO IIIIV llt(IIIT OR
TKhRITORV I-OH TIIK PATKVT
can call 1111 or n Idres '
W. .1. BURNETT,
i f iM.tw Thornlon's lllock, 10th si., Cairo, III
11 .is rri Kits.
H.T. GKIIUIJLI);
STKAaM and gas fitter
s sttalo
ias 1 i.vn'itKs,
(i Tittet's mid I'lnmber's material, Woo
pumps, globe ami sngie valvst, -top
rocks, check valve, etc.
slso AnrT roa
Tiilla IlrtitlierH I'ntens Iiry (litis SttU r
And MorehUee, Well A Co'h Automatic Watel
Indicator and Supply Yalta for steam boilels.
WINTER'S llLtiCK. COMJUKItCIAL-ATENL'
i iiii.M i iitr..
Chas. Hhoetimeyef. 'ni. S;u'k
CIIAy. SiIOKNMKYKl. 4: CO.
FURNITURE ROOMS,
Ul'HOLSTERINfi
i in
Mattress Manufacturing,
I'lirulturr lltpalrluic,
IUCTUKE FRAMING,
All orders promptly attended to.
NORTHWEST CORNER OV SVASIIINOTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH .T.,
nitruN.
HTON OPTHE .
HsaiaiaW saiaiaiaiffsaiE
BARCLAY BROTHERS.
74 OHIO. LEVEE, -
O AIEO.
WhoUsata 'and Uetall
r)TJC3-0-ISTS
AND
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
Wekeeii a lull slock of l'uro Urugs and
MEDICI1TES
FAINTS,
OILS,
L. , AND COLORS
. . v, .or """ ,,'ou "-ls(1 full line of
I A IN I ,
VARNISH,
AND ARTISTS
BRUSHES,
And Painter MaUrlal generally
V
14 faKiasTla
aisaaV aw laHBtt.i
Ho you wish to reccite all the benefit Irum
the celebrated
MEDICINAL WATERS
-OK-
SajrSARATOGA, N. Y.,
nnd
Kaar BLUE LICK, Kr.
Without t. expense of a trio to those, retorts.
If so. applv lo us We receive these waters dl
rect frm the spring, anl are prepared to fur
nish tlirni pure, ICK COM, t'resli nnd Lltely
from our eountcr. Person llvlns; at a distance,
or who wish to havn th water In Iheir houses,
can bo supplied withfJaiatoja In bottles, and Blue
I.lck in bottles, keg and oairels. Call anil get
aelrcular in regard lo the medicinal virtues ot
tlieso noted waters,
i-dlf
Also a complete lin ol loiltt sticls), Im
ported and American Motpt,
COLOGNES,
l'OMADES,
EXTRACTS,
HAIR,
TOOTH
AND NAIL
BRUSHES,
Together with a largn assortment of Druggists
Suudrles and
FJtTOZ" GOODS.
CAIRO, ILL.
O.Ptawer li.1.
lanVtf.
inSIKSHAMT Tll'laUTS
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOR SA
FOR SALE, 1 For Sal. f FOR SALE,
' I KrrHale I '
LE.J I FOR HALE
Fare from Liverpoou
Faro from Londcnkuhky
Faro from Glasgow,
Fare-from Queenm iown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $48-20
Warlord, Morris A C-t
gents.
INMAN LINK
Liverpool New-Turk and Philadelphia
Steamship Company,
VNOtH COKTKACT WITH CSITtD STalfS AND SIITI1H
UOVtUNSLJH
For Carrying tlie Malls.
Fon passa'gI-; tickets
oh icntiirn iNroKMstiov
Al'l'LY TO .JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
11 Broadway, New-VorU, or tn
II. II o 11 1 1 ,
Washington Avenue, Cairn. nois. ji
WASJOXH.
WAG ON MA N U FA CTOKV .
lw.ly"vr.rl;IJ0AJtJ
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
COKNKU !l 2 1) -ST It E ET A f 1 1 1 (ill 10 I.KVKk
Cairo, Illitiois.
ovllll v. UAMlll.l.
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
MEKCHAWT;
Ami Denlur in Foioign Fruits itNuln,
No. 134 Commercial-avo.,
Cairo, Ills.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Hucoetsora loHtratlnn, Hudson A Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Anii
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Lovee, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE & VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
AM
Cement, Plamjck Paris,
AND
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
Corsser KlgbUs trt avstU OMs IeSTM,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CARBOLIC ACID
DISINFECTING POWDER.
An effectual preventive ot Cholera, Tyr5,Sl
Fever, email. I'ox. tcatl-t Fever, Measals, vSt
tie Disease, and all pestilential and contagious
iii.es.es. It Is put up In f.astboard cartons, th
tops of which contain p-rforatlous, from which
it csu be sprlnVled as from a pepper box. sold
by BAKCLAT UI109.
Trie retail price is Ii cents per package.
(Proceedings of the Hoard of Health Official.)
Ornca Biukd or Hrsun, hi. Loris. d May,
1 871- The renldent physicians states that ha hss
u-ed. In Ihe city hospital, the carbolic acid
iwwder and find It the bet disinfectant and
de'trnyer of bugs, ante, cockroaches, Ac, ol
which lie ha knowledge, Tour committee re
coumikud the purc4ias of this powder:for ust
In the hospitals.
(signed, R. II, O'BRIEN,
Clerk hoard ot Uealtli
We rre now in receipt it a fresh stock of
I HON WOIIKN.
PHILADELPHIA
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS I
IIOUEKT WOOD. THOS. H- ROOT.
ROBERT "WOOD & CO.
l,m Itldge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
-FOUNTAINS-
STATU ART
-Dl'CKS-
-FI.OATINOSVTANrl--FROG3--WATEKLILIt--TUIiri.ES,Ac.-
I'or IJccoratlog Fountilns.
VEIUNPAH3, SUMMER HOUSE?,
KUOIW, CHAIRS, KETI'EES, Ac, Ac.
NEW STYLE WltOUOIIT-lKON UAII.I.NO for
Front of Hour and Cemeteries. Nevr beforu
Intrciluced.
OAST AND WROUOIIT-IItON RAILINGS for
Pulillo lluildlngs nnd Squorcs, Cemetery Lots,
and Onrileu Fence., ilalcuniee, ltuof Crestlugs,
etc., in great vnrluty of patterns,
Iltd.N MTAlltM, Spiral and straight, ol rarinut
Piilierus nud st) les, Hpecbd ntli litlou given this
china of work,
LAMP I'Os'lH, for Fronts of Public Uuildlng.
Hotels, ami City Streets, u I Plain and Elabornin
Dl'JlgllH, . ,sj
STABLE FITTINfH, of Cist and Wrought-I.tm,
of New Improved Htyles, such as Huy Hacks,
Hlall divisions, Manger, Humes Brackets, (Hit
ler, Trups, Yentdittors, Ate,
WIRE WORK of every description. Wire
Ouurd of Crimped Wire, (Inlvaulted or Painted,
in Main or Ornamental Patterns, lor Store Doors
or Wlmums, r'uciory and Warehouse Windows,
Railing fur Olllcee, llanWe, Counter lulling.,
llnleniiiea. Lawn snd Farm ences, ir Ac.
(AT'I-i fer intranco tn Cemeteries. Public
Squnies a d tlcntleinen'a Country Seals, of Oa
Tubing ur Wrought. lion, both single und uouble,
In elsbnrntn .ili'l simple designs.
DRINKINtl KOUNTAINH, lor street uses. A
very lars assorlmenl of designs eiprersly fut
'"asT-IroN URINAL BOXES, for public parks
and city street. , ....
OVAL AMt-X, latest styles, centennial patUru.
IlITOIUNfi POSTS, Jockey, Coolie, Sambo and
dlaiu designs.
hutch eiih.
JAMES KYNASTON,
lliilcUor unit Dealer In nil kltidai rreab
Meat.
Consrn NlNLTrcNTH ami Porua Srattra,
CAlltO, ILLINOIS.
Uuys und slaughters only the very host cattle,
ho-s mid sheep, and is prepared lo fill any de.
insnd lor fresh meats from one pound to ton
thousand pcunda. decSOtt,
JAKE WALTER,
BXJTOHBB
iu utii.ia in
FRESH MEAT,
EiuuTii Stkkst, Between Washinqton
and Commercial Avenues,
Adjoining Hi'tentionar. ad Hstisujr'a. k
Ueep the best or Reel, Pork, Mutton VsaV.
Lamb, Sausage, etc., ud aro prepared 10 ssrv
oltisnns In lha moat aoceptahle manner.
AGENTS WANTED.
Ageuts wanted. In evsry City, Town and Coun.
', for the Oorham Linen, Book aod Card
arkar. No risk, flnsmirbt 11, - -hAi.
ly. Addrsss A. M. BI0HARUSON, WJ WsS'
aiuein ntrssi, cui cago, MOaodln t

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