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fffcE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAYS JUNE 26, 1872
.OH.H H. OBEKl.T, KdllcrMd Publisher.
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FOB VICE I'RF.MDENT,
B. GrRATZ BROWN,
We, tho Liberal Republicans of the
United Stales In Convention assembled at
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following princi
ple! bi essential to Just government:
BEAD IIMVRN HTBIKD.
1. Wo rocogniro tbo equality) of all
men beforo tbo law, and bold that it it
the duty of the government in lis dealing!
with tbo people, to mcto out EQUAL AS D
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL. OF
WHATEVER NATIONALITY, RACE
COLOR OR PERSUASION, HELL
OIOUS OR POLITICAL.
2. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
.STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTKENTU AMENDMENTS OF
3. "Wc demand tho immediate find al
solute removal of all disabilities impoiod
on account of tbo rebellion which was
anally subdued (even years ago, believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
DEMOCRATIC TO THE CORK.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial mffrago, will guard tbe
right cf all citizens moro securely than
any centralized power. The poopln and
tho public welfare requlro 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 the largest liberCy consistent
with public order, for the stiito tolf-gov-urnment,
and for tho nation a return to
the methods of pence and the constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TRUE AN HEACIIIM1."
0. The civil servico of tho government
has becomo n mere instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and an
object of selfish groed. It is a scandal
and reproach upon free institutions, and
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tho
perpetuity of republican govornment.
TUEKEFOKK A WIME DEMAND.
0. Wo therefore regard u THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
its one ol the most pressing necessities of
the hour j that honesty, capacity and fldel
ity constitute the only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that the offices of tbo
government cease to be a matter of arbi
trary favoritism and patronage, and that
public station becomo again tho poet of
Honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT MO
PRESIDENT SHALL, BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
'rAMirrqUICMTION SHOVED ABIDE,
7. Wo demand u system of federal tax
atlon which shall not unnecesbarily Inter
fe'ro with the industry of tbo people, and
wblcn shall nruvwo tho means iu.cosf.iirv
to pay tbo oxpunsoi of tho government,
economical! v administered tho nenslnn.
tho interest on tho public debt and a mod
erate annual reduction or tiio principal
thereof, nnd recognize that thoro aro in
our mfdit honest but irreconcilable dif
ferences of opinion with regard to tbo re
spective systems of protection and froc
trade. WE REMIT THE DISCUS
?luFTUEM T0 TIIK PEOPLE
TRICT8, AND THE DECISION OF
CONORE3S THKREON, WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTERFER
ENCE AND DICTATION.
8. The public credit must be sacredly
tiitlntalned, and we DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATION in every form and guise.
BIRO OI TIIK TRUE METAL.
tt. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SbEC,IE PAYMENTS is demanded
like by tho hghut considerations of com
inerclal morality and honest government
A WORD FOR TIIK NOI.DIKK IIOVN.
Wo remember with gratitude tho
.sacrifices of tho soldier and sailors of the
republic, and no act of ours shall ever
detract from their Justly eurned fame, or
u un mwnru oi meir pntriotism.
ATAU.KT, I.AXD KOHIIEHH t
U. Wo are opposed to all further grunts
of Una to railroads or other corporation
THE PUBLIC DOMAIN K1IOUU) IE
HJtLD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET-
.LIBERAL FOHKIUX POLICY.
IS. We hold that it is the duty of tbe
government In Us Intercourse with foruivn
nations to cultivate friendships of peace
3 v'irvatuiK wuu an on lair ami equal
terms, regarding it alike dishonornblo
itber to deaiariorwbat Is not right or sub
mit to what Is wrong.
. "CVnVMDr I.VaTEs."
II, For tbe promotion and succots of
Ihatiul principles, and tbe support of
:rlWPadlMlM nomlualod by this oonvon-
im, VW invlM na coraiaiiy welcome the
oi vii patriotic citiieni, with.
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL.
Senator Harlaa li now flnanetally i
teresled in three newtpapon, all dailies.
General Butter Mtd Governor Bout-
woll play billiards together evory evening
they are In Washington.
-General Sherman Is at Zurich, Swltr-
erland, and goes to Geneva to-day, where
be expects lo meet Miss iseine urani anu
Policemen of Philadelphia arbltra
ily stop the peddling of copies of Sum
ner's speech by the newsboys. They lay
they are "obeying ordora."
Hon. S. S. Cox It io much improved as
to be able to ride out every pleasant day.
Ho expect to leavo Washington for bis
borne during the present week.
Spencer, United State senator from
Alabama, retlrct with Morton, Conkllng
and Howe, at the next session, from con
gress. The aifalr of Doctor Hbuord has at
lattbeen officially arranged by Minister
Sickles and Senor Martox, Minister of
Foreign Affairs., Tho American govern
ment waives tho quostion of claim to Dec
Jonas II. Townsend, ft colored gen
tlemen educated at Walcrtllle College,
Maine, now the principal of an academy
in Waco, Texas, it Elector-at-Largo in
that stato on tho Grant and Wilson ticket-
John Pope Hodnett, the Fenian lead or,
hat written a letter from Washington, to
tho Chicago Tribune, in which he takes
grounds unqualifiedly in favor of Mr.
Greelcv for the presidency. Ho gives it
at his opinion that those in this country of
Irish nationality will do moro real work
for Mr. Greeley than those of any other
Father Tom Burkk will leave New
York this week for recreation in Memphis
and tho Southern States, and this vacation
will occupy the summer months. He will
afterward return to tho North, and will
undoubtedly give another series of lectures,
Tho course which has just closed has been
a very remunerative cne, the profits going
of course, to the orderof Dominican Friars,
and not to himself individually.
Once moro tho pope utters his una
vailing protest against tho aggressive ac
tion of the Italian government. Tho sup
pression of tbo convents he declares a vio
lation of moral and international law;
and ha directs that an appeal bo made to
tho great powers in his behalf. Unfor-
tunatolv for the holv tee. it seems that
the once important Roman question has
shrunk to the narrow limits of the king
dom of Italv.
Lady Beaconfield,bettor known as Mrs.
Disraeli, is said lo be on tho point of death
She is an able, ambitious woman, and hat
always been her husband's most, efficient
ally. Of her unflinching zeal in this,
tliern is a curious story extant. Whon
Disraeli (was prime minister, he had a very
important speech to make, which would,
perhaps, decido the futo of the ministry.
After a restless, troubled day of prepara
tion, lie entered his carriage with his wife,
and accidently closed tho door on her hand,
nearly crushing two lingers to tbo bono.
She bore tho pain quietly, resolved that
ho should not bo diverted from his great
aim by any thought or fear concerning
her ; talked of his speech during his long
rido to the houses of parliament, and with
and badu him good-bye with it smile and
taijucd. Whon h ocamehome triumphant
he learned for tho first time of bit wifo's
hurt and heroism.
mora sustained singing, and gained an on-
tButiatiio tneore, to waicn tne replied
with repetition of the waltr..
THtt OtSHAX SAND
made Its seeond apptruej ana" astonished
the critic, hot only by playing tho "Over
lure to Tannhauser," but by plavlng It well,
notwithstanding in intrlntic" difficulties
for a bran and reed hand. Thu chromatic
passages were superbly done by the reedt,
and the general performance showed re
markablo discipline and culture, perhaps
above tho average of the other baudt, at-
inougn inetr narmoay ana oaiance are not
to even, the trombones giving n crudo
foundation and supplying blare and nolto
rather than depth and volume. They
wero tncortd twice, and replied with a
capital accompanied cornet solo and a
lively quick march.
TUX CURI081TT Of TUX DAT
wat achorutof colored singer, 150 strong,
Including the Hyer Sisters and tbe Nash
ville Jubilee singers, who tang Mrs Howe't
tong, "Mine Eyet Have Seen the Glory of
the Corning of the Lord," to the melody
of "John Brown't Body." Tho terse was
first tung by the Hyer Sisters, who have
rather light but pleasant voice", and then
repeated by tbe Ho voicct, and subse
quently by tho whole chorus, with artll-
A i rmn. Thn Inirinf f tho col -
. -... -.. ,- "B-"0 -- - -
oreU cnorut It crime in naraiony, uuiier
true In time and key, and remarkably
rich and full In tenon and allot. The
chorus got a hearty tntore, amid wild ex
citement, ana was repeatca, anu oonn
N.nii went marchlm? on mora Coilllv
and grandly than he ever went before.
THE SENATORIAL CA1UL.
(From the Nttlon.)
It is reasonable to expect that Senators
Cameron. Conkllng, Morton, Spencer, Ot
born, Kellogg, Poolo, Sherman, Fotneroy,
Nye and Howe will not be returned to the
tenato again, and they havo been io con
spicuous in what may be called the degre
dalion of tbo tei.ate during the last few
years, that their relegation to privato life
will be hailed with great tatltfactlon by
all friendt of good government. The
tmallnest of tho tenate and itt influence
on ratronace are tuch that nothicc but
the highest character on tho part of the
members can prevent itt beinc a hotbed
of corruption. With tuch men at have of
late yean ruled in It, It becomes a collec
tion "of persons quarrelling over pcrqui-
Diet or. one tort or anoiner, ana viewing
all legltlstton with reference to iu influ
ence on their penonal fortune!. A teat in
tho tenate hat become to profitable, too,
that it now payt to buy up legislatures, In
order to secure It; and, unlett a cleansing
process can bo brought about in some way,
pooplo will begin to wish for one assembly
only. One of tbo most notorious jobbers,
Mr. Harlan, hat recently been diimisscd
fo make way tor an excellent tuccessor,
Mr. Allison, of Iowa; and one of tbo best
tenator. Mr. Ferry, bat just been re
elected, so the process of improvement is
uolne on. Mr. Cameron, who is, how
ever, too neaa ana ironi oi an corruption,
and it a "strong German man," comes up
for re-election in renntytvanis next win
ter: and thU fact will doubtless exercise
an important influence in tbe next state
election, and throutrh it in tbe pros'den-
tial election, for unless he is greatly be
lied, be will not allow coctiderations of
expense to prevent nis ge-.ting a legisia
turo elected in hit Interest.
tttfM-J to previous political affiliation
THE PEACE JUBILEE.
6veell Oil patch to the Uhlraao Tribune.
Coliseum, Boston, June '22. The first
week of tho World's Peaco Jubilee has
closed, and there It an opportualty now to
judge of its uccctt. In attendance, it hat
not been all its manageri hoped for; al
though the audiences havo been literally
immense, i ne receipts for tne week nave
been about $00,000. Tbo original outlay
was about $000,000, aud the orchestra and
foreign bands have to be paid. Tbo for
eigners draw $5 per day from tho time they
lefl until tboy arrive in Eurone ai:aln. anil
thoir transportation and living expenses.
Tbe American players draw their trans
portation, and from $6 to $10 per day
during tho season. The solo urtittes are
also paid heuvily, but still tho managers
liopiu to meet tne expenses without draw
on tho quuranty fund.
A MUSICAL hl'CCEHS.
In almott evory respect thu Jubileo has
been a musical success. If it has done no
more t li it is make thu public acquainted
with tuch composers and players as Strauss,
Aot, jienau, jiauamo ieutner, and Ara
bella Goddard, it would have been a nota
bio occasion, for those n&raes embrace the
Kroalcst livinc dance writers and tone
writer, the finest living representatives of
Uie lA7.l piano school, and rertamly, the
greatest 'prima donna, who has ever
visited America, not even excepting Llnd
und Soiling, j
THE FOREION BANDS.
The French, Enclisb, and German bands
havo given music in a style tuch at hat
never been henrd here before. Dodworth's
Gilmoro't, nnd tho Ninth Regiment Band
may equal them in ttroot music, but in the
concert-room thoro it no comparison with
mom. in iinitn, culture, perfection or Har
mony, ana uctaiit otexocutlon, tne foreign
bands far excel ours. Of the three, the
French band is undoubtedly the best. The
Marine Baud, of Washington, it not worth
taking into account. It it execrably bad,
Next week tho bandt will bo put to their
bet, at there it to oo a prixo contetl, in
which some American bandt will cntor,
UK CONCERT TIUB AFTERNOON
wat a kind of roviow of tho week.
Among the Humbert repeated wore Kel
ler's "National Hymn," tho finale of "Er-
nam," tne concotteu quartette, which wna
almost fuultlenly given by the bouquet of
urtUlt and tho chorus, with Immense pow.
crs; "Whon the Hwallowt Homeward
Fly," lod by Abt; tho "Blessing of the
Swords," from "Tho Huguenots," and tho
Inevitable "Star Spangled Banner." Tho
orchoitra opened the programme with the
ovorture. to "Der FreltchuU." Slrautt
brought out hit new "Vionna Waltx," an
admirable composition, which displayt
mom musical merit than almott any other
of UU waltnot. Apart from its distinctive
character as u waltz, it will rank very
high at a piece of musical writing. It
was heartily tneornf and followed by his
"Singer's i Joy Polkai Uule
tiling, full of sparkling beauty and fresh
neu. Madame Fochka Loutnor tang the
"Vonxano Waltx," in tuperb stylo. The
composition wat ono well calculated to
display her powers of technique and the
flexibility of her voice. She acquitted
herself as tuccetsfully in itt rapid runt
and trills as the had on preceding dayt to
GRANTS NEW STABLES.
r!nrtsl Diamtch a ths ChlullO-TrlbUtlf.l
lViantun-,v limn VI Tt tlttl At Ifttt
. ...... ' .. m 1
t f flia unni'iin.t.ll.in (.immlttltfl. who hftVA
oBnAnlallt. f 1 1 In. A t tl A atlMaft. (hflt
tho $46,000 which It cott to erect General
Grant't t.ow stable, came from tbo tnoney
nppropriatod for tbe erection of tho Stale
FOURTH OF JULY!
HOUGH and READY
The uutlcrriirnMl. Joint Committee of Arnout
moU ol the above nmd Fire Companies, btg
leaTt to lnlorm the people o, Clio ana vicinity,
mi mpy nmrn mmae arrauermvniB lor ur.iift.
BRAT1NO TUB NATIUNi BIHTHDAT IN
OR AN DER STYLE
Ibiiiithii tTerbotn celebrated In Southern II
linol. tor the Duroose of makins the affair a
mcc-is and furni.lnog mt.ni m entertainment
toU, they have spared neither time, labor nor
Th celebration will nein on the morning of
"THE KOUBTll," WITH A GRAND
With Apparatus through the principal
streets of the City.
The procf ioo will he headed hj the
DuQUOIN SILVER CORNET BAND
HICKMAN BRASS BAND,
sad will be under the direction of
Mayor Lansdek, as Grand Marshal
ol the day, -minted br Jis. B. BwiTXt, Assistant
.unier Engineer or inerire uepartment.
Irnmrdlateljr after the Parade the Boat will leave
FOR THE PICNIC GROUNDS,
In the Hhailjf Grove of Kentucky o
tieth street. Every rrotmlon will bo made to
render tne Fie-ulo F11WT.OLAH3 In every rrnpeci
of every dencription will be on the ground", and
diipnMdly affable and attentive caterer. Pull
arrangements will be made foi
ID 1ST O I IN"
and for thin purpose (he Cominllten liave mnif
ed EisetiberB'n celebrated Hraiva lltxp.
The Declaration of Independence
will be read by Hon, J. 11, Oberly, and appruprl.
ate upeeohe will bo delivered by eminent speak
er, will be interluded by iielecl muslo by (tie Sil
ver Ccmet Hand,
The entertainment will conclude with
A GRAND BALL
In the Evening at
Wabhinqton Hall and Garden,
under the direct mauaKementof th)enlTerpil
choiean talent In the Fire Department.
Several Plre Companies From abroad have been
invited, and will probab y be preirnt,
In conclusion, and on behalf ot the above
named Fire Companies, the Committee respect,
ully invite the people ol Cairo and aurrounulne
country to participate in the featlvitiea, and thu
(let Mi making the affair agraid auecein and
worthy of ths ever glorious " Fourth."
TICKET) roa Tar PICNIC, Mo.
Children accompanied by their parents, frei-,
.J.Kerlb, A.Ousanka, Joi. M. Velruu.
. Latinei, T. M.rUvett, M. T. M.rlln,
Thuaockil, M.J.lIowlsv, UarrvMcbuh.
Our Homo Advertisers.
CQMJI IMNISN ANU FttRWARUINO.
1. D. WATUUM.. K. C .U1IL
MATI1USS Si MIL,
Commissi on Mekc h ants
HAY AND WESTERN PROPUCt
NO. 64 OHIO I.CVEC.
l'AVI. . Nt!IIVII, Am't.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS tor FAIRBANK'S SCALES,
atloO Lave. CAIRO, ILLINOIS).
J. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(Huccenors to K. b. Ilen.lric A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Advancements made
Are prepared to receive, store and torward
freight to all polata and buy and
fell on cossmiaaion,
JTBmlncss attended to promptly.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
SUTTER Si BIERWIRTH,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Stained, Enameled, Embossed and ground Glass
of every description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CHURCH
WORK. stay Orders from all parte of the country
omptlr attended to. 6-31 dAw 3m
JOHN B. PIILLIS Si SON,
(Successors to John II. Phllli.,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cor. TENTU-ST. and OHIO LEVE
CAIRO, ILLS. .
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTIOK
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits & Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Buccenora toHtratton, HudnonA Cutrk,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE Si VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster Pahik,
Corner KltTbtb NtrMt and Ohio Levee,
mini i a
O BO O ERI It,
Obi9 Levee Cairo, Ilu
oanaas ranMni.r ruisn
REAL EMTATC AUCNtJV.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (lECOND PIOOR) OHIO LEYXE,
Buy and Sell Real Ehtate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OK TIELE
And pepsro Coavsysuca cf Bladvf
MAVK proved, from the mot ample espyf
. lenoc.nn entire success I Bnnple Prompt
clentand Reliable. They are the only tnedl.
clne perfectly adapted In popular use so elm.
pie that mintaltoa cannot be made In Uflnu Ihemi
ao hnrmlefi as lo be free from dnnRer, ami o
efficient m to be alvrayi reliable. Tliey have rl
edlhe hlKhetrommetidatiotit from all, aud will
always render eatlsfactloti.
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, " Worms, worm rever, worm colic 2.J
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, " ll4dM4hea, sick headache. ertlgoa5
10, " OjrapeawilR' bilious stoinaidie
It, " WtsBjsr ssl.orpalnrul perloda......21
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A. B.S 4FFORD. Presided;
H. S. TAYI.OK, Vice-President;
II. IIYrtLOP, Mecreurr aud Treasurer.
P. M. IUbclat,
K. H. SvocKFLsm.
R U. Ct'SXtN'lllAM.
J. il. PuiLLirs.
Hit l. . ticitcn,
II. I'. tULiintt,
Itcuotlts ol any Amount Heeel ved Irutti
Ten Cent I'pnarda.
X.N TKHK-iT paid on deposits at the rale ol six
percent, per annum, Msrch 1st and Septem
ber 1st. interest not withdrawn is ..tiled iiuin
dlately totre principal of tho de.oIU, thcrebj
K'viug them coinpouud interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
tO THAT SO ONE tLSt CAN DRAW IT.
Open every business day from ') a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and Saturday evening lor HAVING DUI'IMlTi
only, from to I o'clock.
Kuml W. HTSl.OP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, - - 8100,000
W. P. HALUIMY, President;
HKNRT I.. HALLIDAY, Vice-President;
A. Il.rUFFOltD, Cashier;
WALTER HYHLOP, AMant Cs-tiier.
Htaats Tatlob, Koseht H, Cvnviniium,
I Irs si L. Halusat, W. P. Hallidat,
Uio. It. WitLiAsos, Hrtrnn litan
A. B, BArroan.
EaekaiiKe, Coin nnd I'ritleil Nlnle
Ilonda IIoiikIiI anil Hold.
EPOS1TH received, ami a general batikliii;
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL ilUHIi, President)
KOHKHT . MILLER, Vice.Prnsl.lent
C, N. HliUHK-M, Cashier,
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank notes and United
titateaseRurllics bought and sohl.
Interewl Allonreil on Time ItepoallH.
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDKRY
JOHN II. (tUKRLY A CO.,
Bulletin Buildiug, corner of 12th
Htrcet uud Wasliington uvcuuu,
All kinds of Dlndlngnnd Ruling done at th
very lowest prices, Having engaged iho servi
ces of llr. iiuels, who has UtuV many years
experience in one of best Itlnderles of Ht, Louis,
io superintend this establishment, wr chii con.
Ildeniiy proinlseour patrous work eitiul lo that
ol iinv liludery In the west.
CAIRO CITY COAL
(s prepared tu supply customer with thu li
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
"VKDEKS tell at linlllday Ilros. otllcc, 70 OHIO
J LEVF.K, or at the Coal Yard below lliehl.
Charles Hotel, will rvceivs prompt atteoilou,
THETUQ ''UONTAim,rwilll"'n coal along
lb steamers at auv hour. oclSlf
I 1 V ') (J I) ARTERS.
BEER WART, 0RTH & CO.
136 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN "WARE, HOLLOW
W A T E P. COOL E R S .
LI I HI) CAGES,
"W X 7Ei E CLOTH
fcr Window screens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Ac, tc, ic.
CRADLES, A-c, Ac.
Also manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOl'ING,
Tin, Shket iron & Coppcr Wark
Sole Agents for tho celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric'm Movkaiii.k Point Stkkl Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
mjantlin a cook'h
EVAPORATORS AND CORN .MILLS.
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
arrant cd a urn curu lor smoUlw; vhimnics
HARDY & GREEN WOLD.
10.1 Cnmincrclal Avii., near Atlicneuni.
Keep on hand a cood uitortnienl of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' HOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' nnd Clilldrca't Gaitkrs and
Also, Slippers of nil Kinds,
Which thoy sull at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examink.
Thfy aro also prepared tu supply Ladies nnd
lentlemenwltli tin. REST OK riliOi WORK, at
gurui that ilefr coinoellilon
M AGIN' O LI A SALOON
And liealcr in Foreign nml )oinesi(
WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
97 Ohio Levee,
Ht-lwffu ,Vinlli and Tenth Btreeta,
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
SOME OK ITS ADVANTAGES.
It rooks nilleklv and tnnrA (horntttilr with lass
firelhan Buy other way.
Food conked the nl.l ur.iv loses ntiAlhlrd fit Its
weight, cooked In this steam vessel, It only loses,
ene eighth. The savings in Una way will loon
FOOD CANNOT I1E BURNED.
It will BOIL,
HT E W ,
more perfectly than any utensil used for either
purpose now in use,
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Meat stewed, boiled or broiled in this manner
I as a better flavor, and Is easier digested than
whs J cooked In tho old way,
NO FKAR OF DYHfKPMA.
It makes a first ula Cook out ef a poor one,
and agood couk better than before,
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
It In the only nlenil In no that is warranted
not to HUlt.-x KICK l.N C iOKINO, under any clr
ttistance. Agents make more money selling
tl. Is vessel, tbsn snv article In use, lor every lo.
telllgont housekeeper In the country wanta one.
ANV ONE WlalllNO TO 1IUY RIOHTS OR
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or addles
W. J. BURNETT,
.VHMA Thornton's lllock, loth t Cairo, III
H. T. GKROULDj
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
1AN t lXTl'HIA,
fias Fitter's and I'tumher'a material, Woo
pnmps, giuM. and angie vaivss. atop
cocas, cnecK raives, etc.
Also Aort roa
rnllsj II ro tli era I'nlesit Iry Claa Mete r
lD'1 Mnrehtuse, Wells A Co'a Automatic Watet
Indicator andhupply Valve for steam boilers.
WINTKR'a 1ILOCK. COMMKRCIAL-AVRKU
Chas. Shoe nincjer. w'm. Schirk
CHAS. SIIUENMEYER Si CO.
I'ti ml lure Itepalrlnsr.
All ordeis promptly attemled to.
NORTHWKHT CORKER OF WASUINOTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH T,
O.Drer If .3. Iantf.
FOR SALE, 1 KorHiie i FOR SALE,
I Fcr r-alo J
"OR SALE. J KrBsJe 1 FOR 8ALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Fare from Londonderry
Faro from Glasoow,
Faro from Quf.enstown
'IO CAIRO, HB'10
Warlord, Morris A Ca , gents.
I.ivrpooI .New.Yofk ahd Philadelphia
cvota costaACT whm citsd statss ad aaitiiH
For Csrrying the Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rvarnta isroajunos
APPLY TO .JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
15 Rroadway, New. York, or to
Washington Avenue, Cairo.
For Sale at Wholcsalo or Retail
COllNKK H2D-RTUEKT AND OHIO LEVKk
TEUTONIA L I F E INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. HUCK, - - - President.
C. KNOBELSDORFF, - . - Becrotary.
CiiAft. Rem, Henry Weueb,
A. C Kehino, A. Mihch,
'Jhah. Wenthe, Oh as, Vkroha,
Francis Lackner, Char. Dakolino,
C. Hirbch, Wm. Reinhardt,
The best et)jsi)led anil securest vompauy lu
Hie liorlhHeat, Tho only company which uar
aulees a cash surrender value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Aq't,
iis.ilv for !nlroniid vlriully
MEN WANTED !
The Cairo A M, Louis it, R. Co, want BOO tneu
Ht otioe, to work on tho Hue of their road lu
Alexander county, from 6 to IS miles north ot
Cairo, Illinois, J
I'RICK-S.-Kor station work, light All, tweutv
cents (iioo.) per yrrd. choppers, if Ml) two dol
lars and fifty cenu per day. Jiay msuongraae,
i m two dollars and iwentyflve cents per day,
oard 14 ou per week. Prompt payments in cash
gauranteed oy tho company,
Appiy io junn mulvm,
Sup'ton tht work.