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THE CAIRO DAILY duiiLETlfc, SUNDAY, JUNE 23? 1872
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FOR VICE. I'liKSIDKN'T,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
We, tho Libornl Republicans of the
United States in Convention assembled nt
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following princi
ples at essential to just government:
DEAD IKMJEN IltIUKD.
1. Wo recognize tlio equalit- of nil
men beforo tlio Inw, and bold that it la
the duty of tbo government in Its dealings
with tbo people to mctc.otit EQUAL A1S 1)
KXACT JUSTICK TO ALL. OF
WH ATEVEUN ATIONALITY, RACK,
COLOR OU PERSUASION, REL1
GIOUS OK POLITICAL.
2. AVE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OV
POSE ANY REOPENING OF Till-
QUESTIONS SETTLED 1JY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTKENTH AMENDMENTS OF
3. Wo demand the iminedintu and til
oluto removal of all dl.abilltlos impose
on account of tho rebellion which wns
finally subdued seven yours ago, Lcllcving
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
DEMOCRATIC TO Till: TURK.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suflnige, will guard tho
rights of all citiznns moro securely than
any centralised power. Tho pcoplo and
the public welfare requiro tho SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. Wo demand for tho
individual tliu largest liberty consistent
with public order, for tlio statu self-government,
and for tbo nation a roturn to
the methods of peace and tho constitu
tional limitations of power.
"nun: as I'ltK.ti iiix;."
0. Tho civil servico of tho government
bat become h mere instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and an
r.bject of selfish greed. It is ii bcandul
and reproach upon freo Institutions, and
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tin:
perpetuity of republican government.
TlIEItKFOIti: A WINK DEMAND.
C. Wo therefore regard a THOROUGH
'REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
us one of tho most pressing necessities of
the hour; that honesty, capacity nnd fidel
ity constitute tho only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that tho olliccs of tho
government cease to be a matter of arbi
trary favoritism and patronage, and that
public station become again tho post of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT .NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAKirr QUENTIOX HIIOVl'.D A SI III:.
1. Wo demand a system of federal tax
ation which shall not unnecessarily inter
fere with tho industry of tho people, mid
which shall provHo tho means necessary
to pay the cxpontos of the government,
oconomleully adtnlnibtored tho pensions,
the interest on the public debt and a mod
erate amtUHl reduction of tho principal
thereof, and rbcosnlxu that there ure in
our midst honest but Irreconcilable dif
ferences of opinion with i...r,.r,l t.. n.
spectivo systems of protection and freo
trade. WE REMIT THE 1) Vl's.
SION OK THEM TO THE PEOPLE
IV 'Pit V.I It f'flVI-.lr L'isuint . i ..'.'.V
IN THEIR CONOR E:
TRIUIS, AND THE
CONGRESS THEREON, WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTEltFER-
H. The public eiodlt mu.t bu ei..;tedly
maintained, and wo DENOUNCE HE
PUDIATIOXIn ovcry form and guise.
kino or tiik thi i:mi:tai,.
0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
alike by the bigbest considerations of com-
memal morality and lionest government
A WUIID rou TIIK SKil.llIEIt HOYS.
10. Wo remember with gratitudu the
sacrifices of tho soldiers and sailors of ilin
republic, nnd no act of ours sbn.il over
detract from their juttly earned fume, or
the lull rewards of their patriotism,
11. Wn are opposed to all further grants
of land to railroads or other corporations.
THE PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD HE
HELD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET
TLORS. M ut; ha i. roiituoN foucr.
12. We hold that it it tlio duty of tbo
overnmnt in its intercourse with foreign
u.tlont U cultivato filond.hlp. of peace
by treating will, ll n Mr al)(1 ' ,
terms, regarding U i,)iu dUhonoriblo
Itber to de.-nnnd what Is not right or sub-
mil to what it wrong.
19. For the promotion and success of
slkaM viUI principles, and the support of
" ikV candidates nominated by this oonven-
wo Invito ami cordially welcome ih..
,('ntbonl1r,Jnr.o Htli, Wt.
D. H. llnuKU Sik: My attention has
been called to a communication over your
name, published In tho Wkkkly Caiho
BULLETIN of Juno 13th. Ill it you state,
that you wore indicted by tho grand jury
of Ja'cksoii county for larceny of tho city
seal of Cnrbomlatu; you nlso (how llint
there wero no grounds for tho indictment;
and, upon trial, that n Jury returned n vor
dlct of "not guilty," without leaving their
scats. . Tlieso aro nil facts in tho case, nnd,
If you deemed ll necessary, no one ques
tions your right to publish them in nnVvcr
to tho communication to which you refer
In that communication, however, you
hnveseen lit to go further than n siinplo
statement of tho fact, nnd hnvo mado n
bitter personal attack upon Jtne, and that,
not by nnme, in n spirit of hato and Injus
tice which ill becomes n citizen of your
landing, much lest n member of an hon
ored christian chlirch, you havo mado this
attach in language both coarsu nnd nbu-
Ivo, and in terms at onco shameful nnd tn
tho bigbest degrco insulting terms ono
night expect from a bully or a blacliguard,
but which I havo been taught gontlcmon
do not use.
From the high respect I havo bad for
you, sir, I did not belicvo it possible lor
you to sloop to so low, and, to yourself, so
disgraceful an attack upon any porson, no
mutter how great your provocation, or
how much you deemed him your inferior,
Bo assured, sir, 1 shall not follow you to
tbo low ground from which you havo at'
tacked nio. Where my causa can only bo
ustnmcd by calling hard names, I shall
be silent. I shall carry on no contest with
you or any other man In slang uml Bil
lingsgate. 1 o ono who chooses such weap
ons, 1 shall glvo a clear Held. My tastes
do not run in that direction. However
"corrupt and " deytnerate" I maybe,!
am above such degradation. I prefer to
light my battles from tbo vantage ground
of a gentlomaii. My words, though they
may bo plain, ;wlll bo dignified and cour
teous. I glvo vou notice, sir, until
you como up to the same lovul, you will
wngonn uucrpuul warfare with me. I am
nbovo low 'putry tllng. 7Vry delllo only
the hand wh'.eh throws them.
If tho facts in the case so fur us they re
late to mo wero and aro us stated by you i
if tho showing you havo mado of my con
nection in tbo matter were a true showing ;
if I hud been tbo Instigator of, and, by
false swearing, had procured your indict'
merit ; if I bad donn all tlieso things,
though my wrong would not miiko your
attack upon mo any tho less course and
disreputable, any tbo les a di'graco to
yourself, it would havo tho merit, at least,
of sumo Justification.
But sir, you know when you mado your
attack upon me, that some person other
than myself, without my knowledge, pre
sented this matter to tlio grand Jury.
Who that party is you nviy know, I did
not then nor do I now ; you knew that
lames II. Campbull and myself wore sum
moned beforo the grand jury to testify in
tho matter; thut I was an unwilling wit
ness nnd protested against being In any
way connected with tho proceeding; that
beforo tbo grand jury 1 madu n simple
statement of the fuels connected with the
removal of tbo city seal from my office,
adding that in ny opinion no criminal of
fense hnd bcon committed, and that I
hoped tbo mutter would stop then and
there. That the grand Juiy, after oxnmin-
ing tho other witness, took a difleront
view of tho case, U not our fault.
You knew all the.o 'farts, not only from
general report, but you knew these from
my own statement mado in your presence
ut the bar meeting w hose resolutions you
published you then and thero heard mo
disclaim having any connection with the
case, except as I hud been forced into it
by order of tho court. You heard mo uv
that I was opposed to tlio proceeding from
my first knowlcdgo of il, which was but a
low minutes bcfoio 1 wus summoned be
foro tho grand jury ; thut I well know no
crime had been committed; (hat I so
stated when beforo tho grand jury and re
peated in private conversation with somo
of its members, and urged that the mutter
Right hero sir, lot mo tell you, that
from tho llret, 1 havo deemed you guilty
ol'a glaring, high-bunded trespass in ink
ing tbo city soul und city desk key from
my olllce, in tlio manner you did, without
my knowledge, and after I hud refused to
allow you to tukeany of tho city property.
An opinion which is woll continued bv
your subsequent action in returning tlio
seal to my otlico upon the miiiio
day j on took it away a strange proceed
ing lor ono "who wus tho duly appointed
clerk of the city council," n you claim to
huvu been in your published article. 1
would like to ask, sir, upon whutpaguof
thu city record that appointment U re
I with to call to your mind tho grand
jury of ono year ugo, to which you pre.
tented, for thu crime of fulsu swearing in
our previoui city election, curtain purtius
worked uguinst you and your
party at that ulectlu,,, and" to whom you
attributed the defeat of your sidu-agallist
my protest, and younelf admitting that if
thu iudl.jimunt, wuru fuuud tliuy would
probably not bu sustained upon trial. 1
at that limo city clerk, at j(mr lnbtigutn,,,
most unwillingly wa. forced bufru Uio
You know from your pnt experience,
from tho part you huvo taken in such mat'
tors, that tho persons who to.tlfy beforo
graiiu juries aro not always thu parties
who make the presentment nnd seek to
huvo uu indictment found ; you know also.
that I publicly und in private disclaimed
being a party to your indlctmont ; yet
kunwing all tln..,0 faoti, and that I knew
you know them, you huvo seen fit in tho
most widely circulated papers In Southern
Illinois, in language low and coarse, to
fling broadcast thu charge that I instii-ated,
and by fulsu swearing, procured your in
dictment. You cull inu u perjurer.
What you are and what you huvu done, I
leave to your own conscience lo name. I
shall not attempt to characterize, in fit.
ting termr, tho mar;, who, by misrepresen
tation and libel, attempts to build himself
leavo that to yoursolf to do, bolloving thnt
out of your cholco and abundant vocubtl-
lary, you will not find tho taik n difficult ono
hnd rather bo indicted beforo a dozen-
grand Juries, bolng Innocent, than to carry
tho guilty contclousiic!8 of hnvlng written
ono letter pucb as you havo written.
lour silly cbnrgo that I belong to n
clique, nnd am run by n ring, is unwor
thy my attention and I pats It unnoticed.
If you wish so to bellove, you nro welcome
to nil tho satisfaction you can draw
from such nn opinion. If I had not re
fused to become tho pliant tool of yourself,
choosing to do my duty as I understood It,
rather than n dictated to mo by you, such
n churgo would ncvor hnvo bcon mado.
In closing I hnvo only to iay that this
is n quarrel of your own seeking; you havo
forced it upon me; I woronotn man should
refuio to meet it. I bolclvo in Old
Polotilous' ud vice
"Of cntranco loaqunrrrl but, btlng In,
"Hnr It that the opposer may beware of Ihec."
I should hnvo preferred to have remain
ed your friend, I am willing to beliovu
however, that my friendship i9 n mnttor'
of small momont to you. Bo assured sir,
in such n quurrol ns this, forced upon mo
ns this has bcon, your enmity U equally
small momont to mo,
I nm sir, respectfully,
HENRY T. WRIGHT.
To D. H. BitUHit, Carbondalo. III.
ST- LOUIS CORRESPONDENCE,
3t.I.oii, Junc'ii, 1872.
The great Sncngcrfcst festival culminn
tod In a mammoth picnic nt thu fair
grounds last Sunday. Tho day was nil
that could bo desired, tho cool breeze tem
pering tho hot raya of tho sun, which was
nlso obscured moro or less by clouds
greater portion of tho time. Tho street
cars wero crowded. Bngcago wagons.
carriages, aiiytning unit could run on
wheels was speedily filled to overflowing,
When wo reached tho grounds, about U p,
m., thero were at least 10,000 persons on
tho ground. Twenty-two bands of music
wero playing in as many difl'uronl groups.
Songs wuro sung, and a happier crowd wo
never saw before, Among tlio Cairoltcs
on tho ground wo noticed Messrs. Herman
Meyers, Henry Latin er, Stocktlctb, Fred.
Koehlcr and others. Tho festival ns u
whole wns a grand success, tho receipts, In
cluding tho $51,000 subscription amount
ing to over $90,000, nnd tho expemes, in
cluding tho cost of tho hall, to ubout tho
sumo amount. Among tho item" of nx-
penso wns 317,000 for tho board of the
"Sncngers," (wouldn't Rexford liked lo
hnvo hud a slicoof that) $11,000 tor mil
sic and S1,000 to Mrs. Duxtor (not Delnr
ns your compositor had it Inst week) for hor
fourdays services. An i in memo amount
of beer wns furnished, ono beer garden
alone selling by actual count In twonty
four hours over 30,000 glasses. Spunking
of tho beer reminds us that no small iinn
tlty is consumod in Cairo, ns wo havo
been informed thnt ono brewery hero
(Lcmp) sends 1,000 kegs per month to
your city. Tho crowning glory of tho
present week has been tho great Sabbath
School celebration which occurred on
Thursday. All tho Protestant schools in
the city of every denomination joining In
tbo general demonstration, tho like of
which whs never beforo soen west of tho
Mississippi. Six bunds of music preceded
tills grand Sabbath School army, composed
of over L'0,000. On account of tho ox
tromo heat tho march wus very short, ex
tending only through Lucas Pluco nnd
round tho park Into Suengerfest hall,
which was completely tilled by tho littlo
Thu sight in the hall was worth n long
loumov to witness. Tho thousands of
white drosses, bluo nnd pink ribbons, tho
moving of tho nrmy of silk banners, tho
son of funs, und tho happy faces of tho
children, wero inspiriting in tho extreme.
At the tap of tho boll tho littlo ones roso
to their feet. Tlio magnlllcont band
of 100 Instruments played through the
grand old hymn, Old Hundred. Then
canio tho words, " Pruiso God from whom
all blosslngs flow," tho bnnd playing tbo
nlr.'and tho words sung by 110,000 children.
As tlio Hon. John llogun remarked in hi;
address, it was a sight ho never saw be
fore in his life, (and ho was a Sunday
school scholar slnco 1810), nnd hu never
oxpected to again. The children wero
very enthusiastic ami cheered everybody
on tho slightest occasion. Tho hall is so
vast in extent, that a person milking an
address from tho stngu cannot bo heard
over ono half tho building, notwithstand
ing which, when tbo jointed ripplo of np-
plauso wus heard from tho front, it in
creased to wave after wave, until it be
came a perfect tempest by tho time it
reached tho rear of tho building.
Two very important conventions havo
held hero the past woek one contain
delcgutes from California in regurd to
building thu Atlantic und Pacille R. R.,
which will bu a direct route from Si. Louis
to San Francisco, and in tho building of
which tho pcoplo of California uiu terri
bly In earnest, and it is confidently pre-
licted thnt by tho fourth of July, 1870,
tho year of our great crntonnlul anniver
sary, will seo a trhin oi cars run into nt.
Louis, nvur the Atlantic and Pucillo r.tll-
road direct from San Fruncii-co.
Tho other convention is called tho "Nar
row Uuago, anil is composeu oi men
from all suctions of the Union in favor of
extending tho system of narrow guage
ruilroads. The proceedings of this body
of men aro looked forward to with much
Interest l,y all.
Thu intonm lioat of thu past fow days
together with tho excitement and ox
cc.se of Suengerfest week has caused n
greut increase in tbo death rate thu prutent
week. During thu rlrst four days thero
-.vuroonii hundred and forty-slx funerals,
which will swell tho list up to over two
hundred lor tho week, which is about
double that of the precodlng one.
AmiisonionlJ aro about played out (or
thu season. Nothing but an uuprccdented
attraction will draw during tlio boated
term. Tho Olympic and- Runkin's havo
both closed. Tho latter has taken his
troup to St. Paul,- and will play in that
vicinity during tho summer season,
Bryant, at Do Bars, has drawn only fair
homos "notbinn more."
Millions of nlceons fly about In Wiscon
sin, producing a roar that is described at
At Salem. Orccon. the Methodists nro
building n church on which thov allow no
ono to work who Indulges in whisky.
At Lebanon, Kontuckv. a nest of rattle-
inakct wat lately unoarthed, containing
i, oi inu reptiles.
Illinois it th6 lrVeat i railroad state of
tho union, Sho has .now In operation
3,725 miles, just 705 miles moro than any
The Democracy of Tlutnh havo elected
delegate to the Baltimore, convention,
nnd Indorsed tho Cincinnati platform und
A book maker' who ha been In Boston
tho past winter, sayt that libraries thoro
afford facilities for tho examination of au
thorities fur greater than can be found In
any other Amorlcnn city.
Tho Germans of Litchflold ori?anlzed a
Greeley and Brown campaign club on
Wednesday, and tho mcotlng was very
Not a word was said nbout Gerritt
Smith's signing Jefferson Davis' ballbond,
when ho mado his famous Philadelphia
speech, at tho convention, In favor of
A formldnblo bolt to (lueley from tho
Republican party of California has occurr
ed In San Fruncico. Tho 'Chronicle'
says "Wo have 70,000 voters In tho state,
nnd we intend to poll them nil for Gree
ley except tho 7,000 who nro in ofllco."
Jowelry of all sorts is so successfully
Imitated now-a-day, and tho Imitations
sold so cheaply, that It bus como to bo con
sidered common to wear any Jowelry on
the street, und fashionables nro seriously
considering whether for u whllu they will
not glvo up jewelry altogether.
Tho 'Church News'la disposed lo accept
as ono proof. of the divine origin of thu
Episcopal church tno fact that it bus been
able to survive so many years of fullering
from quartette singing.
Louisvillo was thrown into a torriblo
statuofexcitinontlr.it night by a mad
dog, which raged through the streets, biting
10 or 12 persons, including nuvcrul littlo
children. Some of tho bitten wero badly
torn by thoniilmal.
Ford's Opera Houro, in Baltimore, has
been elected for tho national ditmocrulic
convention, and tbo sub committee of tho
national democratic commlttea will lie on
bnnd, thu 25th int, to perfect the arrange
Advices from Iceland show that thu re
cent eruption of Vesuvius wus contempo
raneous with the violent cnrthiiuukcs in
north-east Iceland, which prostrated all
tho houses In Housuvlk, u small market
town. Tho Inhabitants took refugo in
tho outskirts, and no loss of lifo occurred.
Tub Chicago At Alton, tho Pittsburg
r t. Wuvne s Chicago, nnd Milwaukee A'
St. Paul roads have decided lo build un
Immense depot in Chicago, extending from
.uuuisou 10 an imren sircci, ootween
Canal street and tho river.
A Dntchmun, uettini; excited over an
account of nn olopement of a married
woman, gave his opinion thus: "If mv
wifo runs away mit nnoder man's wifo 1
shuko him out of his nrcoches, If sho hu
mino fudder, mine Got!
A mineral rubstanco nossuisim; tho
properties of caoutchouc is said to havo
been discovered in Australia. Thoo cum
deposits are reported as inexhaustible.
liurlinuton, Indiana, lias completed its
palatial gymnasium. It consists of two
stakes driven In tho ground, with a hor
izontal bar, and Is located in a cow yard.
A torriblo accident occurred at Sandoval
on Wednesday lust. A Mrs. Livmsou, of
Arnboy, was utSundoval waiting for tho
Si. Louis train, with two children, a (boy
and girl. Tho littlo boy, In playing about,
got upon tbo crossing of tlio two roads.
A train on thcO. A M. road came, dashing
I last without stopping at tliu crossing, und
icloro tho littlo hoy could bo yot away,
wus run over und killed.
Tim I'rair'f Chitf, published nt Cam
bridge, Hunry county, Ills., having ral'cd
tho flag of Greoloy and Brown, says:
"Indications slmw that Groeley will bu
indorsed ut Baltimore. Wo havo travel
ed some slnco the Cincinnati nominations
were mado, and urn satisfied that ninety-
nino in every liundrcd of tlio democrats
throughout tho stato uro In favor of
Greeley and Brown."
Tho following states havo held demo
cratic conventions and directly or sub
stantially indorsed Greeley and Brown,
and ralltled tlio liberal republican pint-
form: Tennessee, North Carolina,
AVisconsln, Vermont, Indiana, Kansas,
Missouri, Iowa, Florida, Now York,
Pennsylvania and West Virginia. To-day,
Ifith, Utah moots; on the 17th
Texas; on tho 18th Mai no.
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., (Jin., O
TIIK ONLY ItKMAIlI.K OUT KNTKIU'KISE
IN THE COUNT11Y I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed in
Ii . D. SINE'S
Kvth ttpgnlnr Mnrihly
To tm drawn Mnmlny, AiiriisI Sth, Wi.
Two GllA.VIl CAl'ITALS OK
So.000 In Greenbacks I
Two Prizes $1,000
five frizes ouo
Ten Prizes 100
One family Cnrrlain nn,l Mnt'hel llnr' wllh
rilllf..lUlinUMI llrtTIK HOtlll llgMHI,
One Horscnml lliiguy wild "llvpr-Miiiinteil llnr-
nei, worm w iwn.
Our flne.tonnl Konpwond I'iuna. unrlb f.Vm.
Flip family sewing machines, worth SIMJmcli.
,1". Ai,mi uiu, I.,,, nr inter iiuiumK wnmnei, wuiui
from tw lojjuoesch. I.aillr jjuhl li-otlne i-hsl.i-,
!' kiI vcj. Rimini, putltl nail ilimbl,. biicl
nuvcr lai.ie mm iesioon photorHiti album-,
Jewelry, tc , etc.
W hole niitnbi-r of kIIih, c,im. Tickets limited lo
00,0 li I.
AzPiiti wanted to sell llcketi lo whom liberal
I'ri'tnitilns will bo Ald.
ni Kit- iicKrin one iionar j -tlx ucKeis ntconi
Inrs; tele iiclel, ten dollnrni twenty.tlve
liriiilaraeoDlaining fiill Unt of riie, mle
f oriplluii of Hie ii.nnuer ut iltawlnit, and other
information In tcfeicucu In tile distribution, ulll
bp sent to nny one orderlns ibeni. All leitern
liiimt bo addressed tn l I, MINE, Hox, c,
"rru r, . Cincinnati, O.
HU West .-lh M. tiovwAdlv
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
H.1MK OK ITS ADVANTAIIK.i.
Il rooks quickly nnd more thoroughly with lex
flr than any nther way.
Fond cooked the old way lose one-third ( f lt
weight, eooked iiilhlstttiim veuel, It only loes
i ne eltthth. The aritix In tins way will mon
pay ItK cont,
FOOD CANNOT IIK ItUItNKII.
It Will BOIL,
S T E W
B R O I L,
mom perfectly than nny utensil used for either
(tirpose now in use,
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
D II R A B L E .
Meat tewed, boiled or broiled In thin manner
l.nsn better Haver, nnd 1 en.Ur digest) d than
uh&.i cooked in the old way.
NO KKAIl OK PYHPKI'MA.
It tnakea a Aral elui Cook onl of a poor one,
and iiKood cook detier than before.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
Ilia the only utenil In nc thai it warranted
not to HUlt.N lltct: IN C lOKt.NO, under any clr
lU'iatnnee. Aifenta make, moro money nelllng
tl,l veel, than any nrilclo In ue, lor eery In
lelllKcnt hoiinekerper In the tounlry wnnla one,
ANY ONK WIMIINO TO IIIJY HlOIITrt lilt
TKrilllTOIlY KOU TI1KPATKNT
can cull on or adore
A'MfdAw Tliornnin' Itloek, loth ,t., Cairo, III
U.ttS I ITTKItS.
.MISSOURI STATU LOTTKUY.
Lr.nAMKD 1IY STATK AUTIIOIUTY AMI
Dkaw.v in Puiii.io in Sr. Loin.
(Jruntl Sitigli! Number Scheme.
Class E, to iik Dkaw.v May HI, laTi.
f,860 Prizes, Amounting to $'.100,000.
.'"J I'rlicsof. t 10O
i' or i,ij
w " ot so-1
0 " of. :tm
i' ' or 2S
M ' of. '.'
:u-. " of iso
ini " or.
800 " of Ill
Tickets, $5: Quarter
1 I'rlleof. &),'
1 " of. llt.l'yO
1 ' ol lu.oui
1 or ,,oi
4 " of C,".'
4 " ot 8iKI
211 " of 1,011
'.II ' of ft SI
I'l " of 41(1
Tickets $10; Half
Tickets, S2 CO,
i Kir lotteries are chartered by I tic State, are
always drawn at the lime named, nnd nil ilravi
InK are under the sitpenloon of aworn coin
inUnlnners. Tho Oltii-lal drawing will be publlahed In the
St. I,oiil paper and n copy cent to purchaser
Wo will draw uaimllnr scheme the laat day of
ejery mouth during the year lt.
Iteinltnt our rl-k by poMotllco money order,
reu'ntred letter, diati or epre. tfenu for cir
cular. Addre-a, MUltitAV, MIl.I.Ell 4 CO.,
I. O. box Slid. St. 1.0111a, Mo.
UKANTH I.MMACUJ.ATK IIO.VKsTY.
Just before his inauguration in 1809,
Gon. Grant sold bis lioiiso in Washington
to S. J. Bowon for $10,000. Bowcn paid
Sl,000 to hind the bargain, nnd took front
Grant a contract to convoy thu property
"Shortly afterward Gen. Grant wroto to
certain merchants in this city entreating
them to raise a fund and makaahundsomu
present to Gen. Sherman. Accordingly
they raised $100,000 or more, ostensibly
to give to Sherman; but out of this money
Gunoral Grant caused the sum ofii5,0U0 to
bo taken and given to himself, and instead
of it gavo Gen Sherman a deed for tho
hntiso which ho had Just previously sold to
Bowen for $10,000. In doing this hu did
not ask for Bowun's content, tier did lie
offer Bowon any indemnity for thus failing
to keep his contract.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS RAILROAD
NOT I UK OK C0NPKMNAT1O.V OK LANDS KOH
11IUI1T OK WAY.
To EiiKcno l.euren, .Ininea II. Ilolieria, llnnnah
l, Jlttilier, i Moiu'ia n. jiaiuur. ,t iiiooo u. Din
llier, Julia Crolt, Chnrlt-aCrnlt, Kliphlelt llrowo,
Clenpntr llrowii, Mr Fruiieee .1. Widlnce,
rira. iiary . Itaaer, nun naaer, vvllllaml,,
WHllace. Kdward I), Wallace, Charlex K. Wn'.
lane, Kruncea Wallace and uuknown owuera and
pep-on huvlnt; an Interest in the hereinafter
(iHocriueu lauua miuaie in nn eouiii)- ui Ale
under, in the orate, of Illinois
Tthr notice. That the C.llro and Ht. Lonla Kail
road Company have llli.it thcl." petition In Ihn
otttco ol tlio Clerk ut tho tiuiMilt' Court ol Alexau.
iter county, Mutu ol Illinois prnylni the nppoiut.
ment oftnreo dn-intercsted freo.holdeis of Hunt
eniintv a CoinmlMaloners. to fix the eomneLaa.
lion to ba mado In theownem, a well ns to to.u
Din iliiiiianea.llanv.which may icmlt ttoni tho con
traction and use of their ralfroud iy tln't.ikins of
aurip of land one hundied feet wido lorrisht of
uny or load track over and nolo the following
deacrila'd tracla anil parcels ol land lyinlliiHid
Alexan ereounH, to-wlti I'heswtirol lnnarir
i.ii 7.I11II. irl west: the torth east nr of lh
e or of ee i tp 1.1, r'Jwet( thoo y, ol sec
ly.ipMixr weal; th ae qr of ilio nu qr, seo 1,
HARDY & GllEENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., near Athcnctim.
Keep on hand a good Aiwrtment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' Bool's AND SHOES.
And Mises' nnd Children's Gaitr!-. and
S 110 Eh.
Also, Shppors of all Kinds.
Which they sell at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call anr Examink.
They are nlno nrenured to (.tiTinlv I. nit anil
ueoueioen win, inu iir.ti'ije
KUtei that delv coroouCllloa.
II. T. GKUOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Fillet' and I'luuiOer'a material, Won
puinpa, M"he anl nnv e talr.-, -lop
cock, check Vali.,et!.
also aurar roa
I'll Hu Ilrotliern l-ntrul llry tiaa.Mclri
And Morehue, Well A Oo'a Autoinalio Wate
Indicator and huppl) Valio for ateam boiler.
WINTK.K'S lll.OCK. COMMK.IIt'lAL-AVKVU
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Ml I ex Hip Nliorlesl Hoiifi-
KlKlity'MllPH list- Hliortent lluuti-
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF CABS
FROM CAIKO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
KltOM CAIItO TO
Cincinnati, !iillan:i,olli, Toledo,
tletrolt, Clevelainl, NinKnra Kail,
Hntlalo, I'ltlHlani;, HhliiKton,
ltnltimore, I'htbidelphia, New York,
llortou und all points ea,l.
Mllwniikie, .lunesrille, Madison,
I.uCre, St. Paul and all point north
1 lua is nlo tho only direct mute, to
Deentur, lllooinlnxtnn, NnnnReld,
I'.orla, tlulney, Keokuk,
liurlinuton, Hock Inland, l.n halle.
Mendotn, llixon, Kreeport,
tlnlena, Diibuqiiii, Moiu Ulty,
Oiunhu ami all pointa northweNt,
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Cars
On all Night Trains.
lliU'KHKc, Checked iohII Important point.
Kor ticket and Intonnatinu, apply to I, C, 11,11.
depot! aim; on bonid (lie trainit nteaiiier be
tween Coliimbii und Cairo, nnd at Inu prinuip d
rnllrna I ticket olllce thrntiKhoiil tho outh,
W. I'. JOIINsO.V. Oen'l I'nas. Ak'I, Cliluaito.
A. Mitciiiii, (iea'l Wup'l. ClilcKO.
,1. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
Ip HI, r t wet ; tho w and ao qr of the nw qr,
tui'l tno eaain u oi inv an ijrui aeu , ip i, i
1 we at : the w K uud or oi tho ne qr of aeutiu
lute. r 1 west, the e !-., of Ihe yh ur oi sec 30. In
I plii arlwest; Ihr awqrof thn nw qr eo 4, Ipl7,
r 1 w i tho an qr no qr eu 6 and thu nw nratr qr
ree 1 tii 17, ar I west j and school lot No, 31 In um
qraeu I6tpl7r I w. , , ,
And, that said railroad coinpiny, on tho aith day
of June, A. I . l7'j, at ten o'clock a. in., wdl make
application to llou. Kredoliu Hrosa, Jlidnu of tho
Couiily Comt of aald Co'inty, at tho oltice of Ihn
s'd Cletk in the cliy of Cnim In iaid county tor
thu appointment ol riioh t'ommbalonera lor the
inire aforesaid, and loltxutin and plwo tor
the rirt tneetlii of aid ConimUslcn rs, whou
aud where you cm at ernl, II you think uiopn,
a owner, elaimaut or party interested In said
above deerlbed traola ot land or any uf I hem.
Dated tr.la SSlii day of May, 172.
OAIIIO A ST. t.OUIS ItAII.ltOAIiCOMPANY.
SPRINGFIELD AND I LLI NO IS
SOUTH EASTERN It, R.
On nnd lifter Monthly, April 21th, 157!!,
trains will run ns follows:
ikai oniMi snrrnriir.
Leave Vlrsmla :10 a. m IsU.. ii.itt.
SpriniEtleld u; a:u(
,' Tallorville lo " ft n
Arrlipatrann 11.10 ' .I7 "
latis iiuiMi voainwiar.
Leavo I'ann 4.oo a. tn -M a. In
" Tavlorvill 4 !' " I 0 "
AirleatHppnutled...il.l ' "
Leave Hpimslielil ,n I 10 "
Arrive at VliRdiia 8.J " S.1.1 "
K 0 V T II K It X 1) I V I IS I O X .
IHAtaa uol Ml aUTIII.Ar,
Leave Kdgwood 6.3(1 n. m lO.llip, ui,
Klota fi " 1 1.1" '
Arrive ut Hhawneul'ii 3 " .. f 1'' "
SION OF TIIK
741 OHIO. LKVEK,
Wholesale 'and itetall
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull slock of Cure Drugs and
l'or the scaion ; also a full llns of
Aud I'jlntcrj Materials Renrally.
Cha. hhoeii'iiejer. VV'ia. heiip k
t'HAS. SIIOKNMKYKlt - CO.
All onlei promptly attended to.
NOHTIIWKHT COtl.VKK OK WAHIIINOTO.V AV
ENUK AND TENTH hT.,
tin y on w it'll to receive all the bneut I rem.
4aSr"S A RATOG A, N. Y.,
bar BLUE LICK, Ky.
Without Hie xpeno of trlu to thoo reort.
If mi iiimlt lo ll- We reeelvo thuo wateri dl-
Irectfri.ui the prinK9. an I are prepared to tur
tuah them pure, ICK CilLll, I reah and Llrely
ii "in our eouuier. rrraona llvimt at a distance,
orwho wuh to havn the water In their tiouact,
ejn I upi.ll-it wilhSuatoga in txitlle ami Illue
I.lek In tMitllei, kx ad barrel. Call and gut
acireiilar In rc.rl to the. medicinal virtue ol
ttiee noted waters.
Aim i complr tn Una ( toilet articles, tin
piirlcd and American buaju,
fOK'lI.er wllh a lsrf?e aoortmenl of Uruga-ivti
FOR SALE, ) KorfMe. i FOR SALE,
I er f;ale 1
POR SA LE. J KorHatn 1 FOR HALE.
Faro from LiVKttrooi,
Faro from Loniicnukkky
Fnro from GLAr-oow,
Faro from Quken.stown
'IO CAIRO, $ l 8 2 0
atiord, Morris A Ca , Kent.
Liverpool .New.Tork and Philadelphia
vnofk costsact with i-mtcu antra aan naitnui
Kor Carrying tlio Mall.
foii passaITk tiukkts
nu ri'KTMrit infoem atios
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
U llroidway, New. York, or to
II. II o t ,
Washington Avenue, Cairo, uola, 51
cl eJWBUISHVOIMiUlltUKlhl CO.
. ' . . , I
An etb-ctuai preventive ot Cholera, Typhoid
Kcver, r-mll.'oi, tcarlet Kever, Meaneu, Cat.
tie In-ra.c. and all ie.ttientil and eoowglou
di-ea.e. It i-put up It pml,ard carton, the
tops of which contain perforation, Irom which
It can be prlnkleil a from a pepper l)X. -old
by MllCHY IIRO.J.
The retail price it 'i'cenli per package.
(l'rcccc.lincn of II, Hoard of Health Orrfeial.)
omit lluAiio or II a a lt if , ht. Locn.rAl May,
U71. The resident iiliyjician tateathathe h
uei, in the city hopil.d, the evbonc aed
powder and hnd it the be.t disinfectant and
dclrn)er of Iiiik, anl, um kroaidiea AO, ol
which Pe In knowledge. Tour committee r
coinmeiidi. the puriiae of thl omter;for live
in th ho-pital.
(sik'neil, It. II.'O'nilIF.S,
Clerk Hoard ot Health.
Wo me now tn receipt if a fresh stock of
I HON WOltliN.
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS I
HOIIKIITWOOll. TIlO-i.H- HOOT.
ROBERT VVOOD & CO.
1,130 Ilide Avenue, I'hlladelp'ila, Pa.
For Snlo tit Wltolesttlo or Ilolnil
coitNKit :I!2i).stiiki:t ANi onto i.kvi;i
nvlltt I'. 4JAMIII.I-.
NEW L1VERY STABLE.
iiktwk.kn wahu'.v avknuk a.vu walnut
II r. II. K. Field Infoini the public that he bus
y V K It V S T A li I, K,
011 the notlhw'st Hido of Tenth treet 11 named
HI rilnblea will be liirutslied Willi noun but thn
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the pubiin iniy bo ucioiniuodaled at nil hour
of th iluv and liilit with sale tetiiisuii the LOW.
Pr, rield ask a aliao ol public pntion.iKe.
and will endemorto merit It by fair donling und
atrlct htlentiun lo lniaiuo.a.
Tor Decorating Kounuint,
tltUOItS, C1IAIIIH, HUTIHKd, Ac, Ac,
.NEW STYLE WltuUQIlT.IIlON ItAILINO for
Krout of lloiue and Caineterle. ittnt before
CAST AND WltOUOilT.lltO.V KA1MNGS for
I'llMto lltllldlnii and tjiiuarea, Cemetery Lot",
and Garden Fence, llalcome, Koof Creitl jg,
etc., in K"'-t vnrUty of I'attern.
lltll.N .vrAlltH, spiral and MmlKht, ot varlnu.
I'alieriis and M)lc, Hpecial allentiou given thu
ela of work,
IiA'il' I'tH IH, for Krontaof I'ubllo Ilulldln(t,
Hi. lei., aud City tatreei,ul l'laln aud Elaborain
HI A11LK KrrriNO'i.ofCastand WroughLIrou,
of New Improved Mtylea, audi as Hay Hacks,
Mall Division, Manura, llnrncua llracketi, Out
ler, Trap, Vcnlllnor., ike.
Willi: WOIIK of every deseriptlJU. Wire
(iiiard of Critnped Wire.tiolva'jlied r I'alntrd,
ill I lain or Ormuncnul I-ntli-rns, fur Htoro lioori
or Winnow, Kactory nnd Warehouao Wlndowa,
IhilliiiK for Oltices, Hank, Counter Hilling ,
li.nlcoiilea, Lawn .nd Turin Kencra, &c, Ac
(i'IT.- for eiiiraiicu u Cmcteriea. Tubllc
Kiuarea a'd Oentleuien'H Country Seali, of Gin
TubinKor Wrought. Iron, both ainjilo uud oouble.
In elaboriitn anu aimplo ileau.
Dltl.NKIMI rOUMAINH, lor atreot mm. A
very Inritu aisortiuent of dunlxn. expre-aly for
tin um pose.
CAil'-lltON UHINAL HOXEi, for public parka
and city tlcciN.
OVAL AniCn, latent atylea, centennial pattern.
Ill'l CUING l'J.Jl.S, Jockey, Coolie, Sambo and
Willi Um Kloomy iiIIpiiiIiiiiIm, low Ninr.
UN' (PirPMNlOII, lllVOlllllllll'.V I-IIUhIII,
luaaor Mm-u, M-riiiiitorrlia'ii, loaH ol
poWI-r, UUxy I1.11.I. Iiinh ol iiif-mory.
mill lliri'idi'iMil Ininrli-iii'i- unit liiihV.
cllltH, iiimI 11 loti-rrltiii I'lii't- in 11 in,,.
ilircy'N lloiiit-iintlitti niHiliic .
I'M v'lity.rlKlil. l.'oiuposnd ol 1. in.n-t vnlun
b:e II) ill I and polent uiiriilives locy .Iiiko a
onde nt tho rooi o thnnuttii lnqu m 1
lem, nrret Ihmll.chniKeii, mid nii,iil viyorand
imersy, lilxund vitality lo Hun 11 1 1 1 man. Tney
lulu cured Ihoiiaar.da of mve. Price. J5 pei
pHckai,'eo titeboxe and a larKf 12 vial, which
I very iniiiuitatit 111 ohatinatu ur old j,en, or II
neraliiKli hot. old by all driiK iialt, .i.U aeut
liy Iliad on lecolpi ot prlco. A J ir-n Humphrey,
Hiecini Homeopathic. Medicine Jo., l'i llroud
way, I'. V. P. CllUIl,
iiut;l'li.'i'wuly Aiojt, Cairn, Illinois
JAM KS KYN ASTON,
lluli-lii-r mill Dealer In nil kind i'reati
C'OIIMK NlNITII.XTII AVU PrtM.Aa BTnrtTS,
Iluv and i-hiihtera only tho very host cattle,
lm and abeep, nml ih prepared to till snyde'
nu ml lor lreh meat from one pouud to ten
thuiiiiud prundi. iloc20tt.
ANU 1'CAI H IN
F RES II MEAT,
KimtTii Sniitr.r, Bktwkkn WAhiiiNOTo.v
AND CoMMKUCIAL AVBNUBB,
Ailjolnlait Itl'lPiilioiiHe mid llaBHy'M.
Keep tliu bet or Heel, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Limit, SuisaKf, uto., nd aro prepared to i.rve
oitmena In tho most acceptable, manner.
Aeuta wanted In every City, Tow and Coun
IV? lor the Oorham Linen. Book a or) Card
inrker. No rl.k. OmmM ?'
)y. Ai dtea A. 51, RICUAHLbOfi Iffl Jl
.Id oil. MUI, OhlCMh-o. I-.9 oln