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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JUKE 26, 1872
JOHN II OIIEItl.T, Kiltoranl IMhtianer.
June 25, 1872,
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THE D0LLA'1v'KKKLy ilTJLLETIMi
John H. Oberly A Co. Date reduced (lie sub
crli'itnn prf uf the Wweuly Olro Bulletin to
04 MUrpcr mum. rotklne t the cheapest p
perpabll.hed in Southern IJIinola.
trtja whet jmit ace thru white but
Vat' I the fia la ilnwii
Anal the word nlonv the Use,
SrMlejr and Urata Hrown,"
of New Yorki
FOn VICE PRESIDENT,'
B. GRATZ BROWN,
IliuoiiAM Youko has doldednot to got
ninrrloil any more, bating reached his
tevonty.flrst joar siftd .had forty-aino
wives. ' "
Browne, iho radical champion for gov
ernor of Indiana, it not contidercd able
enough to champion hit own caute. Son
ator Morton Istotuakotbo tpoochet of tho
cntnpaign ngalnst Hendricks.
Bnow.v, tlio rndicul candidato for gover
nor of Indiunn, It not considered able
enough to champion hit own cause. Sen
11 lor Morton It to mako tho spcecboi of
tlii; campaign against Hendricks.
The toadyism shown by tho president'
daughter now traveling In Europe to
ward Queen Victoria, lias offended tho ro
publican simplicity, of which, hupplly
there is a little left, of this country. Miss
Grant is yotin, too young to travel, 11s
her late adventures in London prove. Uf
course, if tho hud gono to England merely
as the daughter of Ulvttcs Grant, Eiq., it
would neve? hnvo occurred to her losollcit
n private Interview with tho Queen. Much
loss should such a request have been made
by the daughter of tho president of the
United Stales. Tho honors, whatever they
were, should huvo been tho spontaneous
offerrig of tho other side, and lilio all gra
clottsness from beicg gruntcdas an atkid
We, tbo Liberal Republicans of tins I
United States In Convention assembled at I The nomlmition of Win. S. Grocsbeck
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following princi- for prc,jdentj nnd Frederick Law Om
pics as essential to just government:
BEAD INhCKN IsCKIKD.
1. We recogtilno tho equality of nil
men 'before tho law, and bold that It Is
the duty of tbo government in its dealings
with tho people to mete out EQUAL AN D
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
WU ATE YE It NATIONALITY, RACK,
COLOR OK PERSUASION, HELL
G10US OH POLITICAL.
2. WB PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES. EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCIIISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED BY THE
stead for vico president, by tbo bolting
bolters In Now York city last week, has
not created n ripplo of enthusiasm nor
tho smallest wave of excitement In tbo
political waters of the times. The candi
dato tor vice-president lost no time in dc
dining the unexpected nnd doubtful bon
or thrust upon him, and it Is scarcely pos
siblo that tho Hon. Win. S. Grocsbeck will
bo long in following tho example. How
long will it bo until tho people accept a
true tho assertion or Carl Schurr: "Gree
'ley Is now before the people, and his
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND inamo cannot bo withdrawn. Overwhelm
FIFThENTH AMENDMENTS OF
UXIVEIINAI. AMXKHTT. ' f;,vori nnJ ll wou,d bo ,Jloti2 10 attempt
8. Wo demand the immedlato and ab- 'at this juncture to stay its progress."
solute removal of all disabilities imposed
. . e. ... ..."
on account or tho re Demon which was
tlnally subdued seven yuars ago, believing
that DNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
IlEHOCHATIC TO THE COHE.
t. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard the
rights of-all citizria more securely than
any ccntrnluel pDwer. The people and
the 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. Wo demand lor tho
Individual tho largtut liboity consistent
with public order, for tho state self-government,
and for tho nation n return to
tho methods nf puuoo and tho constitu
tional limitations uf power.
"THUK AS PREACHING."
6. The civil s-cvico of tho government
ha, become a moro instrument of partisan
tyinny and 'personal ambition, and an
object of eelfllt greed. It is a scandal
and reproach upon free Institutions, and
breeds a demoralization dungcrous to tho
perpetuity of republican government.
TIIEUEFllltE A WISE DE.Ul.NO.
6. We tburefore regard a THOROUGH
BZFORM OF THE CIVIL SKRVICE
as one ol the most pressing necessities of
the hour; thav honesty, capacity and (Util
ity, constitute tho only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that tho offices of tho
government ceaio to bo a matter of arbi
trary favoritlfm and patronage, and that
public station become again the post of
honor. TO THIS END ITISIMPEK
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL RKUOMK A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAHtH'QlT.HriO.1 HIIOVl'.U A8IIIE.
7. Wu demand a sy.tetn of federal tax.
alien which thall not unnecemurlly inter
fere with tho Indu.try of tho pecplo, and
which shall provMe, the, means neces-nn
to pay the Hxpen.es of the KovernmcnL
oconomlcally udmlnistered-tho ponnons
tbo intereit on the public debt and a mod!
erate annual reduction of tht principal
thereof, and recognlio that there ar.i in
our midst honest but irreconcilable dif.
feronces or opinion with icgord to tlio re
spective systems of protection and frw
trade. WE REMIT THE D SL'IN
8I0N OF THEM TO V . .V?
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL I) I S
?B .m AND THE DEC1S1 V v
UOfiURESS THEREON, NY 11 6 LI Y
ENCE AND DICTATION. uluhK'
8. The public cicdit mutt bo n,croJJy
maintained, and wo DENOUNCE RE.
PUDIATION In every form and guise,
HIK(J r THE TltUE METAL.
v. a Bffttin- RETURN TO
SP.EC.IE. PAVilESTO I. demanded
"",7 inenignesi considerations iTcun
mersial morality and honest government
A VUIl I'OK TIIK Ndl.niKIt IJUTN.
.i.lf'We ",'"u,lf wl'h gMtitudu tho
.acntlen of the odiera Mnd Myou of
republic, and ,,o act of m .a,l ever
detract from their uuly rned lame, or
the tail rewards or their patriotism. '
. ry oppoted to nil rurtheri?rnu
of land V, rl roads or other tot, ,.. It
1.IMEKAE I-OHEIM.' COMrv
12. We hold that R Is tho duty or the I
o?erninent In lit nir,.,.., i.i f"e
- . . nun lureiirn
taiioiis w cult vato friendship, f ,H.a".u
Vi:ilvOlov, Jui.e 18, 1ST;.
THE BALTIMORE COSVKKTIO.V.
This city is tho great political barome
ter of tho country, especially during a ses
sion of congress, members being little
more than indicators of the sentiments of
their party constituents. Before con
gress adjourned tbo feeling of tho demo
cratic memberii in favor of tho endorse
ment of .Mr. Greeley by tho demooracy of
Ualtimuro, had increased to such an ex
tent that there were few indeed who oven
mildly opposed his being the domocrutic
nomine1, and these few uxprestcd them-
solve willing to give their earnest efforts
khould thu great democratic court of last
appeal, i. e. the national convention de
cide in favor of him as our standard
bearer. S'nco congress has adjourned tho
action of tho democracy in tho several
states in favor of Greeley, with the on
dorsemont of tho liberal republican plat
form and nominees by ex-Senator Hen
dricks, of Indiana, tho nomination of Gree
ley and Brown is ngreed on all hands as a
foregone conclusion. Even tho radical
press, who have to kindly poiated out to
tlio democracy that Mr. Greeley I, not a
proper candidato for them, acknowledge
that tho Cincinnati candidates will re
ceivo tho democratic nomination. Tho N.
Y. 'Herald' admitting that on tho first
ballot tbo necefknry two-thirds, whlcli-tho
'World' insists on will bo cast for them,
tho N. Y. 'Herald' say, that tho 'World'
is trimming its (nil, to catch tho Greeloy
breeze, sr.d tho Baltimore 'Gazette,' a
very ably conducted democratic journal,
though not fuvorablo to Mr. Greelev, Is
out In a stronc artlclo in which a
hearty support is asked for the
nominees of tho Baltimore conven
tion, no matter who they may boj it says,
"In tho face of tuch an adversary us w
havoto encounter, it would be tbo theorest
tnld-fUinmor madness to go into the con
est with gap In our ranks."
THE ORKELKY FEVER HERE.
The democracy of tho Dlttriet of Colum
bia lmvo elected delegates to the Baltl.
more convention. Messrs. R. T. Merrick
"I'd Ym. Dickson wero the g(intlcmnn
choiun. Mr. Merrick is woll known as a
lawyer of treat promlnenco and was tho
democratic candidato for congress lust fall
from this district. Mr. Dickson, formerly
of and well known in Philadelphia, now a
retmcnt bore, Is n membor of tho house of
delegates and Is ever idivo to tho Interests
ot tils dlttrlct and the good nf his party.
Tho intluencn of thrso gentlemen will no
doubt be felt in the convention op account
of their ability and thoir personal merits.
In Bccordmca with universal fentimcnls,
nswelU, tbeir conviction! on thn.iues-
Ion, they Wu cast their vote, for Messrs.
Greeley und Brown.
A meeting of the Greeley and Hrown
central club was held hero last evening
Alter tlm transaction of routine buninc, a
proportion wit, received from the follow,
ing colored gentlemen to stump thu south
in favor of Greeley and Brown s Messrs
Crawford, Stewart, Hay, Lconardy, James,"
llinton, Turney, Hicks, Jackson and
SimiiK. These men aro nil Intelligent and
fir speakers. They claim that tliev ,i,ih
Inttuonco one-thlrd of tho colored vote of
';l:h.H.M", WM " not r,Kt or tub. ' " l'Pndent
'I&WZJ' wro" It Benmi as if
!i u , Vt'r"' Pronii'"t Bontlemon,
c ud n jdB, E of Ken
participated in tho debate. These remark
' -1J. For tho promotion kn,i
. . . . . . . . Hitu iuu'ri riw
..n... , icu ruiuurK
m our politics make us pause
In wonderment. ,
"hout our political future-,
reggnoratlyn was near at
ftW,PHnclple, and th su
Mm eiYfflotfi nominated by this tunv, ' T1)0
PLAYINO OH hUHNKa.
n. it. i. .... J Tbo OranlilPi vMr.tl.. .
ibVlto and cordlallv w.lc,... .i." . Sumner t n nfnn tn .
4'f Wilrw Ol an patriotic citltem, witB. knowing hli vi-n... ih. ' 7
TZrrd toprorlbut raMltic.) ,Bffl w"l.?e,,"th! .n"G'-tby
- -. Trill)
Mr. Sumner will remain here until July
and the Grant managers with a view of.
keeping him from taking , lhe ttump
against Grant ere. Importing .delegations
oi.ntgroee irom toe touih.to Mil on him
as to what ho purposes doing In the com
ing canvass. He deolarct to them, that
ho will not support Grant, but he doet
not say ne will tupport Greeley. Ho It
tornly puitled at to what to do. I Hill
hold to my original Impression, that be
will adopt a plan of masterly inactivity
Ho was informed of tbe dodge of tending
hit colored frlendt to tee blm, but at. Sum
ner it an oddity tho probability It that
Grant will out wit him with hit own
Those radicals who were Jubilant over
Carl Schurz signing the call for a mcetlnc
to bo held at tbe New York Fifth Avenuo
hotel, ut which It was ttated a new candi
dato Wat to bo brought forth, aro not to
effervescent at formerly, tince it appears
that tho purpose of tho meeting it tbe
more effectually to unite all the elements
of opposition to General Grant. Mr.
Schurr. it for tho candidatct oi tho Cin
cinnati convention which, in a thort
time, will, to radical comprehension, be
COTTON TAX BEPC.VDINO BILL.
Inquiries are being made, both north
and touth, at to tho status of this bill.
The bill is still pending action by tho
waytand means committee of the House,
and will bo reported by tbcm early in tbe
December session. Both nouses have
been committed in a direct manner to its
passago, and particularly to the uncon
stituilunality of the tax. Tbe defeat of
tho Morrill amendment to tbe deficiency
bill was the first indication of tho feeling
in favor of the proposition to refund. The
great bulk of tbo caset brought before tbe
court of claim! aro cottou claims, and the
tight against tbo amendment was made
directly in tho intorott of the cotton pro
lu:lng class. Tbo next and most con
clusive evidence of the feelinc in the
premises, it to be found in the fact that
tho amendment to tho omnibus bill pro
hibiting the secretary of tho treasurv
from collecting tbe two cents per pound
tax on cotton Judgment obtained before
the court of claims, was pasted by the
almost unanimous voto of both Houses,
both political parties accepting and com
mitting themsolve to the position origi
nully taken by Mr. Dawes and others
when tho tax was first imposed, that it
wainot constitutional. The Justico and
wlidoni of thlt measure it universally ad-
milted, and congrets beyond question will
past it early next sessloo.
TUB TREATY MUDDLE.
The great Galivanter and his pressure
teoking cabinet will all be back, to at to
confer, to-day on the Orant blunder. It
looks as if tbe troaty will be postponed
II next winter. This will be hi accordance
with tho desire of the Grant manager
and will tido over tho presidential canvass
ithout having to explain about itt
failure to the people. Boutwell it tend-
gout news through correspondent i, that
even tho absolute failure of the treaty
would not have tbe depressing effect on
our securitiet at was anticipated two or
three niontht ago; und the Grant organ,
tho 'Chronicle,' playt on the samo instru
ment and tayt "the country hat ceased
to go Into spasms of anxiety over it, and
that its loss It of
fort to own1 their rcquettt for water.
Their condition, under the Influenco of
their terrible Injuries, wai fearful to wit
nett, whlltt prayert and crlet promoni
tory of approaching dltsolutlon were here
and there heard. After tbe Injured arrived
here death relieved tome of them from
...uii. it.... t.it Inlnriul walked
WII1IO luun win j- I
about twathed In bandage! nnd conversed 1
freely about tho occurrence oi me nigni.
The eiprett and baggage car wet forced
pait the bmken engine without Injuring
the exprett messonger or baggago man.
but tbo Mnoking car telescoped tho second
class car, and tho latter going forward
knocked the 'tafety valve off the boiler
and remained'on tbe top of tbo englno, al
lowing tho steam to fill the second class
car, wiilch was crowded with passengers,
many of them lumbermen on ronto for
Quebec. Tbe two first clatt can and Pull
man car were comparatively uninjured,
and the pattengort wero traniblpped and
went east this afternoon. ;
FOURTH OF JULY!
tt It generally known, perhaps, that
tho president it ratbor fond of horses. His
historians tell ut that ho developed this
characteristic at an early age. Both be
fore bo went to West i'oint, anu wiuiu
there, young Ulysses wet exceedingly
fond of thlt noble creature; ana while be
may nut havo equalled tbe other West
Point ladt In book acquirement,, bo cer
tainly surpassed all his clasi-matet In the
Some of the nowtpaper men have said
that he brought eleven horse here from
Washington. The president'! horses and
Gen. Porter' came together, and that
caused undoubtedly the mis-stulcment of
his stable. The president hat but seven
horses a pair of larco carriage-horses,
three of the trotting species, and two used
for hacking bv the young Grants, and for
marketing. Tfhe carriage-horses aro mag
nificent creatures, of Kentucky stock, und
cost $'.',000. 'iho fast or trotting bones
are not so grand for 1mpoing, but cost
more, while the other aro ordinary horses
with no considerable value.
His carriages consist of a barouche, a
dog-cart, a light WBgon for speed in trot
tins, and a pony ptiietnn.
Tbe stable it eplcndldly furnished, with
harnesses for tho various turn-outs' sad
dles, bridles, and clothing. Indeed, it is
Just such n stable as you miht expect,
considering the president's, great taste and
Judgmout in thl direction. I made an
estimate of tho con of hi ntnlile, which
will not bo found to be far out of tho
2 carriage bones- S'J,O0O
3 trotting horses (they cost more)... 3,000
2 ordinary hornet.... 380
1 barouche 1,'JOO
1 dog-cart 1,000
1 trotting wagon 350
1 pbieton ISO
Harnesses, laddies, clothing, ic 1,050
ROUGH and READY
TUB WOUAS WUU KILLED A MAN HE-
cause he kissed his wine.
(From the San Francisco Chrouicl, lb
Mrs. Fair appeared in court early yes
terday. She wot looking pale and worn,
out teemed in unusually good spirits, mm
wot escorted to a teat Detwcon her coun
sel, and at once entered into an animated
conversation with Mr. Curtis. She wore
a magnificent black tilk walking suit, el
aborately trimmed with silk fringe and
satin piping, laid in rows and faitwiod
with small satin buttons Her hat was a
black ttruw, very flno and handsomely
trimmed with Jet and spray, the whole bo
ing covered with a black illusion veil,
thrown ovor the. face und caught behind
with an elegant jet pin. Black kid glove
and a pair of Jet bracelet completed hor
attire. She laughed and chatted uaily
with her counsel, and toyed with her lit
tle black fan in tbo easiest and mot grace
more consequence to
England than to us." Boulwell't untruth
is equal to the flippancy of tho 'Chronl
clo't ' remark. It will do to tell tuch
ttufftothe marines undor the control of
Jolly Itobeson, but the secretary of the
treesury nor cx-tenator the Itov. Bro
Harlan, now editor of the 'Chronicle,'
would hardly dare go to Wall ttrect, New
York und repeat tuch bare fuced political
faltehoodt to any banker there. The
troaty blundor hat a bad tmell, and the
more it is agitated the worse the odor is.
Tho people will pass judgment on the
treaty blunder next November.
THE LAST HORROR.
A LINE OF CARS TELESCOPED.
TWENTY-THREE MEN AND WOM-
EN CUUKED BY STEAM.
A SHOCKING ACCOUNT OF SUF
FER1NO AND HEROISM.
Bkllevillb, Canada, June 22. The
night express went pai this place at YZ'iO
this morning full ol patscngcri1, among
whom were many mini. tori of the English
church, on their way homeward from tbe
bynod at Toronto. About eleven mile,
below Belleville station tbe engine jumped
INrUCTIXO TOKTURK AND DEATH
on icoret of passenger! in tbe forward
cars. The baggHge car remained on the
track und telescoped the imoklng car and
the second class passenger car, leaving
them on the top of the engine and exposed
10 the escaping steam I rum thu boiler.
Hero the poor creatures were hopnletity
penned for tome timo breathinir vunort of
death, and suffering all tbe
AQONIKS OF IMMERSION
in a boiling cauldron of superheated wa
ter. R. M, Roddy, an eye witness, says
that immediately aftor tbe disaster hn
went to tho smoking car and second
class passenger car, which woro telescoped
on thu locomotive, but the steutn wbicb
was Uiuint; Irom tbo can was so dense
that ho could sea nothing. Gnu after an
other of tho scalded victim! crawled from
the openings. Crow bar were immedi
ately put into requisition by the passen
gers of Iho first class cart, all of whom es
caped injury, und openings wore made,
wtien muny were toundentunglea, ana ex
tricated with tne utmott diincuity, tlio
timber, having to bo broken. Five per
and carried to tho roadtldw, whero tho
wounded lay for nearly three hours in the
most fearful agony. Dr. Durdult, of Belle
ville, arrived at thlt time, and bad them
removed to tho Pullman car, where every
thing was promptly done to allay their
sufferings. The medical men of the town
wero summoned, mettrustet procured,
and a largo treight shed turned into a
temporary hospital, whero tho. patients
received every possible attention. The
medical mon and their assistants are unre
mitting in their attentions, while the min
isters of the gospel vio with each other in
their xealln the adniiolalratlon of their
waionelo baffle description i the terrible
crlet or the tuffurert rent tbe eart of the
lookers-on, who made every costlble ef
- BIXTX-FIVK UKN AND WoMKN
were fearfully scalded and otherwise in
jured, six of whom died on the spot and
their bodies were brouuht to this place.
Four moro have died tince und others aro
dying every hour. Not more than ono
third of tho wounded will live. John
Hibert, tho engineer, was instantly killed,
und the fireman very badly Injured. Ono
of his legs will havo to bn amputated.
H. Neihon, conductor, and the other train
hands, escaped uninjured. The wounded
and dying aro lying stretched on mut
tressct on tbe floor of the freight shod, so
much disfigured at to bo unrecognizable.
Fivo of tho wounded who were able to
walk, left by express train for Toronto.
Evbnino. Since tho report sent this af
ternoon two moro have died, making
twenty-three dead now and other, djimt.
The medical mon lay that not moro 'than
six or seven of tbe sixty-five injured will
live. The suffering appearance of the
wounded it frightful.
Wo havo a good tupply of Burnett's
Steam Cooking Vessels. Call and seo
them. A. IIallet
The nnilcrripaeil, Joint Committee of ArmnRf
in'fwoi ii.e hoot Dm-ii r.rt) Uutnnl, !"C
Irareto Inlnrm thu l eople o Uilinantl Yiomln,
in,, irir, jimp innfiP nrm'iBrnj"ni" mr Vl';i,l-i
HRATIN'O THE NA'II X-i BtKTHDAY IN
than it h erer been cflf hrtr.l In Hnuthrrn II
II Tola ror Hie purpiiKP of making the dfTrtlr a
iucre, aid furntahing mean m cntritninment
mi an, iney nam apareu collier time, lator nor
The celebration will d?Id on lh morning of
"THE FOURTH," WITH A GRAND
With Apparatus through the principal
streets of the City.
The procession wilt he headed by tho
DuQUOlN SILVER CORN ET BAND
HICKMAN BRASS BAND.
an J will be unlr the direction of
Mayor Lansdkn, as Grand Marshal
ol theiUv, -tnteJ It Jii, S fwirr, AaliMnt
Clitf nngliietr of tli Fire Dqiartrnem
IinnWIfel; aflertho Pr.e lh Ilot will leave
FOR THE PIC-NIC GROUNDS,
In tie Shvly drove of KenMckjr oopoll Tcn-tii-ih
tri-i Kitrr itoti-Iod will b inniln to
reader trie 1'ic-nlc FIR-Jr-OI.ASa In piery re-f.ect
of overy description will rm on thu urounda, and
unpenned brnfUhlentd aifutireiterera. Full
liMDicerncnti will be made foe
aud for thia p.irpmn the Committer Imro ni;a
ed Kiaoulwrs'aeelebralf l Srai.su Hand.
The Declauation or
will l.e readliv 'too. J. II. Oljtrly.and apprnprl
ate pewlie will td-Iirered by emiuent apeak
er, willtw Interlude I hy aeleoi mualr. brthcHII.
er Ccrnet Hand.
Theday'nenterUilnmenl will concludo with
A GRAND BALL
in the Krecing at
Wasuinoto.v Hall and Gauden,
uu Ji r th direct management of the bet Terpil
cho ean talent in trie Kire Department.
Several HirnCompml 'rmn aoroad hare been
invited, and will prubnli y t,e pre-ent.
In ooT'lUMon, and on behalf of the atve
nvned Yr Vimpanie, th Commlit-fl repci
nlly Iniltotlif people ol Cairo ind urrouu..ins
country ti, pirtielnite in the festivities, arid tlm-
""'; "lamiic m an or Eriiti ,ii-eea and
wutthy of trw ever glorious ' Kour'h."
TICKET roa Tat PICNIC, loo.
Children accompanied by their puenti, free.
PATEN1 STEAM . COOKING
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
SOME OF 1T ADVAN'T.WIF.H.
It cool; quickly and moro thoroughly with lesi
(Ire i ban ar.y other way.
M id cookco t ho old way loa oi e-thlrd 1 1 Ita
weixht. eooked lnlhlatnm teasel, llonlv lnea
no elxhili. 'Jho aavinxa m Una war will oon
VOOD CANNOT UK IltinNED.
It will BOIL,
ahd STEAM 1
moro per'ectly than any utensil used fur either
purpose nuw n use.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Mat atewed, boiled or broiled In Ihl.i manner
I as a belt- r flavor, nnd I- rn.ler digested than
vi nt J rocked li. the old wny.
NO FKAn OF DYHfErSIA.
Jtinskes n first lIvi Cook out ef a poor one,
mil HRoodco-iK I etier thin before,
ALL "WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
His the only utensil In ifo that u warranted
not to HUU rtlcn IN O OK I.N'O, under nny oir-iU"Mant-e.
Amenta n ake more n.nnry arllins
ll.a veaael, than Miy article In uae, tor every In
telllttent huuseketper in th louniry wanta uno
ANY ONE WIMIINO TO BUY UIOUTS OK
TEfiniTORY FOR THE PATENT
ean call on or adoreas
V. J. BURNETT,
J MMAw Thorn nn'a IHnck, loth t., Cairo, 111
uas riri i:u.
II. T. Gi:UOULl);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
t alia la
iik 1'itixr'a anil I'luinlier'a material, Won
iuiiiis, Rlobi. an-1 an e valva-, jiop
cooks, chtck tnHea,rtc,
kiM Aorr rua
I'ulla Ilrotliera I'nK'iit Iry Van .title I
tnd Mnrehiie, Wells A Co's Automatic Wate-
InillcMnr and Supply Valve lor steam boilers.
WtNTKIl'a III.OOK. COslXV.hdlAI.-ATKVt'
Chav. ."hoenmcjer. vA'ra. Schlek
(.'HAS. S-IIOEXMKYER & CO.
I'll ml I ii r- Itrpalrluir,
All ordeia promptly attended to.
NOIlTItWKUT COKNK11 OF WASIIINUTON AV'
ENUE AND TENTH lT
John (I rl!jl,
T. M. Iivett,
il. J. Ilowlev.
Jos. M. Veirun.
II. T. Mi run,
i) a a l a a a
Om? Lkvek Cairo, III.
taneas vanMevi v rilLln
ISOUHN. hANII, KTCi
W. W. THORNTON'S.
HUILDER8' SUPPLY DEPOT
134; TKJCTii aTttEXT,
Uoora, ftttaki, atllssdM. Hoiildlutra,
Cave Gutters, (wooat) Window aud tiuor
rrtuatWf Floorlttir, lath,
MbluslM, ClaMxl Nab, UlaatHl Mils'
Lights, UIaE4Hl TraBaoBsa,
Naah Walfhta, Kstak Pstllleai ud Cartla
Bllsid rsvateKlstct), KootlsiK
fall. BooBaiB Ccsntssl, PUaicrlsiK
fapar, Crit felt, WblU
LlaiafKl Oil, Asnerlcjus Wludow
Ulaaa, EsiglUb antirroisiist
flala tilsuMt, Pttlly, Ulaaltr'a I'alBU
Mwvr ttpaa rtttt CltUsuiara.
Bth,1D" 'rait aad Quarts Cmont. '
,. W JOtn IaiprOTd lUofilw alwava an
ItKAt, KWTATK AUK.MJV.
C. WINSTON &, CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (beoond floor) oiiio LEYXE,
Rur ANii Sell Rkai, Eutatk,
P URN 18 II ABSTRACTS OP TIELE
And .apar Couvnyancea of Kindrl
CAIRO k ST. LOUIS RAILROAD
NOTICE CONDEMNATION OF LANDM FOR
UIOIIT OF WAT,
To CiiKcno Leuren, Jarn' II. UobertN, Hannah
O. Mather, 'I'liomia ti, JNther, William C. Hn.
ther, Julia Croft, ChaileaCrnlt, Klipbleit Ilrovrn,
CleojMift Hrown, Mra. Kruiice. J. WaltaeH.
Mra. Mary-' baker, .luliti linker, William 1'.
W llae, Kdward l. Wnllw.'e, Charlea IC. Wa'.
lace, 1'raucea Hallneennd unirnown ownera nnd
persona bavin an lutereat in th herelnafli-r
desenbi'd Innda aitunle in thu county ol Alex
ander, In the ataitt nf Illinois i
Taar aanrr, That the Cairn and Ht, Louis Kail
office nl the
rond Com pun huvo tiled lliefr petition In the
uieru oi trie circuit Court ol Alexan
der cuttnly, MAln of Illinois, pruylnr Iho anmdnt
niunt of three dl.intereiteil fiee.lioldei of and
county as Commissioner, to tlx the cumpei.,.
t Inn to bit made to thouwnerii, as well a t" aaaei
lhuilamKeii,i'Huy,wliluli may irsult truin tliecon
uruclioii end uneof their raifroad i jr the t.diihji of
a strip oflundune hundred fiet wido lor right of
way ii r road IrHt-It river aa I acios, lite foil, winn
deacribed irHCiN and parcela ol l.nl Ijliixl b.Jnnd
Alcxan er roiintv, tu-wit! I lie cwqrot Oieaeqr
seo. 7, tp II, ar I wrsl ; the i.onh east rjr id Hie
he qr f ic it,, tp in, r '-' west; tho e ol aee
IV, ip 1J, er weal; ilieaeqrf.f iho ne qr, ace 1,
ti 10, n ii west ; Hie vr , and ae qr of the mr qr,
Hiid the eaat Ii II of the aw qr of aec In, tp 111, er
1 weal j tho w mid o qr m the ne qr of m-e M
ti 10, ar I weal, the t nf the m: qr oi aec ao, in
1 1 10 arlwrat; the ew.qrof the nwqr aeo 4, tp 17,
ar I w ; tho ae qr nu qi aeu & ami tlm nw qr aw qr
sect tp 17,ar f west ; ind school Ut No. 31 in uo
qr aeu lt tp 17 ar I w, t
And, that aad 'Hilroa'l compiny, on the 2llh dy
of June. A.I. Wi, at ten o'clock a. ni , will make
application to Hon Fredolin Hroea, Judge of Hie
County Cnuit of said Co inly, at the ntlice of Ilia
an d Clerk In Iho cliy of Cairo In ta'd ounty tor
the appointment n Hioh t'otiinil aloners lor the
purpoura aroreaald, dill to tlx aim and plft'e tor
iho tiiat nieeling of mid Coiiiinisairnera, tvhe i
aud where you en at end, i you think proper,
aa owner, elaimant or parly interested lu aidil
abov.' described trsoia of land or any of Ibnm.
Dated tr.la Uih day of May, HU.
CAIUO 4 8T. LOCI3 HH.I)AUCOMPAVr.
J-JOw nt W, Uoaaisoa, Alt'y.
FOR SALE, ) for Hi. ( KOR SALE.
( Kernalo I
fOR SALE. J rSfSuolFOIt BALK
Faro front Livr.Hi-ooi.,
Faro frum Londcndkiihy
L Faro from Ulasciow,
Faro from Queenstown
'IO CAIRO, :::::;:: $J8-20
jJattord, Morris A Ca
Liverpool .Nnw.Yoik and I'hiladelphfa
vaoia cosraiT with rxtri-n atATM lKu aaittia
Fur CarrytBR tn- Mallv.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa ri'KTMta iNroavtttoK
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Act.
16 Hrnadwiiy, Nrw.Vork, or to
II, II o ii t ,
Washlntdon Aveiioe, Cairn. noia, 51
W AGON M A N U FACTORY.
For Salu ut Wholctiulo or Retail
COHNKIl 82l).riTHLET AND OIIIO LEVK1
u'lltl ' i. AMIII.K
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIETWEEN WASU'.N "AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. II. K. Fitlds Infoiiu the public that he has
It 1 V E Jt V H T A JI L E,
en tho norlhvie.t aide of Tenth atrit named
Ilia Blrdile will be funilalied viitli none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and thu pubiln may he a'COinmodatcil at nil hours
of tlii- dav and nijlit nih aalu ic.m.on the LOW.
fir Fields natta a feline n public patronage,
and will endeaviirin mi-rit It by fair dualini; mid
alrlct htieniion to huiu.a.
HIIIiIIh Klumiiy nllriidiiiiiN, low siiur.
Ms' l'iraaluii,invliliilnry ciiiIn.Ioii,
luaaof Meiiieu, NM'ruutlurrliu;ii, loa,a ol
wer, UUiy li.ad. Ion-, i memory,
nnd llirriatnHl liuiirlciiro ninl luii,V.
tlllta, niidii lovereljiu tine in hum,
iitirci-'M lluiiiroiinllilii i.onlile ,n
1 Wtiily.elKIii, Compo.ed ol ti e in. l v.ilun
li.earnlld aul ,nlent LiiintltPH tnoy ku.b
im.ie at thu roots ol themitt t tone' t as
tetn, urreat thiiULcliaigt's, ind I'iiiktI vk-orsnd
nery, lilennd vitalli) to IV enlue mjn. Thoy
haveoiired Ihoiiaunda ofoa.es. irie, l pei
aukaKe,iil fltrlioxe. and a large ti vial, which
la ei j 1 iiji.cn tan t in nbstmnte or old uei, or II
perslnali box. 10J by nil dritfilsl., aaJ seul
by nuilonioeelpt ol prlco. Ad ir.ss Humphrey,
Hpaciau.lloni.opathiu aled.cia Co., Mi
y, v. V. p. oauHi.. .
aofiMuowawly Aa.Jt, Oatro, (llioel,
SIGN OF THE
74 UIO. LEVEK,
Wholta!e and Retail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
Wl!n ,u" ,,oc, of 'ore ltrus aad
.. . AND COLORS
PAINT '0 ,?1,oni ' fullllnof
Aud Painters Materials n.ntraJly.
Do yoa wish to receive all the benefit troot
&aTSARATOOA, N. Y.,
OaT RLUE LICK, Ky.
Without tha expen.e of a iris to those reaorta.
If so applv to ll . We receive th'ae waters d.
rect frun the irlne. an I ar prepared to lur
nish thrn pure, ICK Clll.li, Fresli and Llily
froii our rnunler. I'erson, living at a .ll.i...r.
irwho wish to have the water In their houaes,
e.n be siippllut wiihSiraioa In bottle, and Ulua
Lick in b'ltilea, k'Rs and oarrela. Call and set
aeircular in re rd to the medicinal vlrta.t ol
tlie. noted waters.
Also a cornttlttn Una ol toilal articles. Im.
pnrled and A-nericsa Buapi.
roKthr with, larite aasortmeotof Drurjtlils
An etlectuai preventive ot Cholera, TypbAa-t
hever, .-mall.l'ox, Ccurl't Fever, Meaaeis. ti.
tin In.eave. and all tintial and eontajlo,T
ll.es.es. It is put up i i p,ttwarl cartons, tha
lop, of which eontm P-rforotloo,, from which
it van li sprinkled aa from a wooer rox. -old
by HUlCMT HRO.
The retail price is i cenla per package,
((Weeding of th Hoard of Health Official.)
Oreicr IIo.ro or Ur.iVH, hr. Lolls. riJ May,
1X71. The rsaldent l.hj.lciso- states that be lis
iil. In tht i nr fioapiul, the carbolic Mid
p..w.ler and tlnda It the bsl diainfectant and
le.,nyrr of buns, ai.ta, coekroaibaa Ac. ot
whlcl. be has knnwlrdze. Tour cninmitr.e re
commends tin. purc4ue of this powder. for ua.
In the hoepiiala. '
(signed It. H. O'BRIEN,
Clerk Hoard ol Health, .
We ere now n receipt i fa fieh stock f
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
ItOllEKTVVOUD. THOd.a. HOOT.
ROBERT WOOD k CO.
1,118 Rido Avenue, I'hiladelp'ila, Ta.
-Fountains- -fluatinu bvta.ns-
bTATUARY WATER LILIES
VltllOlU, CHAIRS, BET I'KES, Ac., Ac.
Ni:W STVLE WltoUUIIT-IHON IUILI.NO lor
Front of lloute and Coinelerlea. cver U(ore
CAST AND WROCOHT-IRON RAILINGS for
I'ii i.l lo IlinldiiiKa nnd iiur.rea, Cemetery Lots,
and tiiirdcii IViko., HaU'Onies, Roof Creetl la,
etc., in xret inrluly of I'aiterna,
IRdksr.IKij. nulral and straight, ol yarioui
rnlieriYa and at)lea. Special attenllou fjiveu this
cla-a of Hoi k,
LA MI' I'OSIS, for Frontaof Public Dulldlnst,
llulrls, and City uiri ei.,01 1'iain and Elaborai.
b I'AIII.n FITTINO.ofCistand Wronght-lron.
of New Improved Siylea, such ai Hay Hackly
htull Invialona, Manitera, Harness brackets, OUt-ter-,
Traps, Ventilators, fee,
WIRE WtlilK of every deserlptljn. Wire
OiirpI" of Criinped Wire.Ualvs-jlied r I'alnl.d,
in Lain r Orimmonial Faitema, for store tinora
or Winnows, r'aetory and Warehouee Windowa,
lUilma for lilQces. lUnks, CmiDter Rnunns,
Hiileuiiii a, Lawn ,nd Farm Kenca, an., Ac
tHTEs for unrni.i'e tn 0 mcteriea. Public
lUare a 1 Ootl-iiieli'a Country beats, of Oat
TubiiiKor WroughLlMii, both single aud uoublt,
ill l lubornle Atto silillde dfSUlu.
rJltl.NKINU FOUNTAINS, mr street uses. A
very large ataortmeat of dealDi expre'aly for
thia put pose.
CAnl'-llillN Urtl.S'AI, IIOXE4, forpubllo parks
uVAL V isll.-, latest styles, centennial patters.
II 1'J CUING I'OiTa, Jockey, Coolie, Bambo aud
FIRE AND MARINE
N I AO A It A, V, Y.,
OERUANIA, N. Y.,
HANOVER, N. Y.,
AeU nt m 00
UEl'UIILIC, N. V.,
Aets M,W 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Afceacy,
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Aaaet .171 iH tt
FIREMEN a FUND, 8. F.,
Anata.. .67l.tO0 Oi
BECUBJTY, N. Y, MARINE,
Utorea, Dwellings, Furultnre, Hulls and Car
gore, insured nt raies aa f tynrable a etuad, per
minrnt security will warrant. 4. a
I ren fitfully ask of the oltlsens c Cairo,
thatvof thair patreaage.