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fHE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1872
JOHN II OHF.itLY. K-lllor nH t'ublnner.
Ju.vk 27, 1872.
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CrMlrr sussl Urala Brawn."
of Now York J
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL.
Fred. Grant comoi hom In Koptoai
ber, and Miss Grunt In Octobor.
Twonty.foiir priori In Kansat support
Grceloy and Drown.
-The Philadelphia 'Post' furls tho
Grant flag and goes for Greeley.
Rer. Dr. Chariot Hoc, a dlstlngultlied
Baptist clergyman, died very suddonly t
Hon. George W. Julian will addren
the citizens of Ylneonnct on tbo Fourth
Tho Toledo 'Sun' anyt that of tho two
II, G.'i lloraco Grant and Horace Oreo-
ley rundHatot for tho presidency, it pro
fort tho latter.
It is stated that Gough and Anna
Dickinson exhibit moro diamonds than all
tho other popular lecturers. Both are in
favor of oxtremo simplicity in dress.
When Wilson wat president of n
Know Nothing lodge, be had a human
skull over his chair, and ho used to refer
to it m tho ''top-picco of ono of thoso
On Wednesday on old man of 80
oars, named James Kcaklo, who wat tired
of life, hung himself up by tho neck in a
barn near Sherman, in Sangamon county.
Tho vital spark had fled beforo tho body
ploatant and cooling drink when mixed
wlln ico water, jruunaeu ice is auo an
grcoablo addition to a, tauccr of straw,
borrlot raipburrie or currants. Pound it
mill! It I almost at fine at mow, and
spread it over the borrltt. With fruit it
Is also un excellent substitute for cream.
Water ices aro alwaya acceptable.
Thoso mado of lomon, orange, currants,
strawberries, raspberries, and plncappie,
aro much improved by adding tho stiff
beaten whltna ot four eggt to every two
quarts of tho liquid. Put it in just at It
it turned Into the frcoxer, and it will
frceio Into a foam.
We, tho Liberal Republicans of tho
United States In Convention assembled at
Cincinnati, proclaim the following princi
ple! as essential to Just government:
DEAD I8MJES tlUHIKD.
1. We recognize the equallty of all
men beforo the law, and bold that It is
the duty of tho government in its dealing
with the peoplo to mctoout EQUAL AH D
.EXACT JUSTICK TO ALL, OF
WHATEVE K NATION A LITY, RACE,
COLOR OR PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS 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
FIFTKENT11 AMENDMENTS OF
3. We demand tho immediate and ab
solute rercoval of nil disabilities imposed
on account of tho rebellion which was
tlnally subdued feven years ago, Lulleving
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION.IN ALL SECTIONS OF
IiEMOCRATlC TO THE CORE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard tho
rights of all citizens moro tccurely than
any centralized power. The people and
the public welfaro require tho SUPRE
MAOY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. Wo domand for tho
individual tbo largest liberty consistent
with public order, for tho auto solf-gov
eminent, and for tho nation a return to
thn methods of peaco and the constltu
tional limitations of power.
TIIUE AN PHEACIIISiG
6. Tho civil sorvico of the government
Las become a mere Instrument of partisun
tyranny and personal ambition, and nn
object of t el fish urced. 1 is a scandal
and reproach upon free Institutions, nn
breeds a demoralization dangerous to th
perpetuity of republican government,
THKREroKE A WISE ItEHAND.
6. Wo therefore regard u THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
m ono ot tho mo't pressing neceasllle of
the hour; that honesty, capacltv and fidel
ity constitute tho only valid clulms to pub
lic employment; that tho offices of the
government ceaso to bo n matter of arbl
trary favoritism and patronage, nnd that
public nation become again tho post of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS 1MFER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
TAMirr QUKMriO.-V N1IOVED ASIDE,
7. Wo demand a system of federal tax
ation which shall not unnecessarily Inter
fere with tho industry of tho peoplo, nnd
which shall provHo tho mean necessary
to pay the exponses of tho government,
economically adralnistored the pensions,
tho interest on tho public debt and k mod
erate annual reduction of thn principal
thereof, and recognizo that there are in
i.ur mldt lionet but Irroconcllalilo dif
furencf4 of opinion with regard to the ro
pectiva ystemi of protection and freo
trade. WE REMIT THE DISCU.S
ttlON OF THEM TO THE I'KOIM.E
GRANTS TREATMENT OF SOLDIERS.
(From tlix Cinclni an Catholic Teleraph.)
Wo havu noticed tho reply of Mr. John
A. Logan to Senator Sumner, and espe
cially that part of it where he tellt tho lat
ter ttint the soldiers of the Republlo would
remember his speech. Wo think it would
bo moro logical and senatorial if ho had
shown where ho (Sumner) mis-stated any
facts bearing upon tbo conductof Mr. Grant
as tho choif magistrate ot tho nation.
During tho coming campaign wo will
hear a great deal about the soldiers, but
tho let tald about them the bettor.
Never in tho history of tho United States
were they treated moro shabbily in the
distribution of offices than by'Guncral
Grant; never wero there a fewer number,
in proportion to tbo offices in tho gift of
the president, holding foderal positions.
Tho American people had not digested
tho inaugural of tho 4th of March, 18(39,
beforo the conquoror of West Virginia,
the gallant soldier of Iuka, tho victor at
Corinth, and tbo hero of Stone rivor, wat
peremptorily removed to mako room for
a third-rato Indiana politician. Bartlett
and Dix followed ufter, Uovy and Sulli
van were notified to leuve, and Ewing't
head tell Into tbo political basket on de
mand of the Washington ritiir, notwith
standing tho tact that ho was a relativo or
tho uenorai ot our armlo, and a gallant,
educated soldier nimscit. uioason had to
leave Bordeaux to accommodate a rolatlvo
ot A. T. Stewart's wife; Farrol was re
moved becauso ho declined to allow half a
dozen Cadiz rascals to swindle our rovenuo
and compelled them to pay $102,500 into
tno united btates treasury; J I tie, who,
as a lieutenant of tho Mississippi Flotilla,
did gallant service, who was brought from
unina to tako chargo ot a bureau ot the
navy department, in violation of tho
usages And rules or that branch or the
public tervico. In low. No man bearmc
the distinction of a general in tho United
States army has over nursed hostility
toward brother officers with tho same in
tensity as General Grant. Every ono of
them who aided him to keep his place at
major general of voiunlocr hat boon
hated by him mot cordially. The malov-
voicnco ot urant toward Thomas, itoie
crans, Hancook, and Buelt is too well
known to ho written of.
YE DOLEFUL LAMENT
- Or A DISMAL OrriCK-BOLDXB.
Air "Dtar Father Come Home."
0, ltiram lllysei come buck to your dad,
Fur thn eluck on I lie teile attikei two,
1. a Jiomiifo'i "gone up,'1 una the iMita liaro
And tlivy linear it all otrr itli you,
Fhiladelma conroulluDi cau help jrnu no more;
I'ho Method. t conference won1 pray
There's the tijjlksi iicvm fn.m Uhlo ahure,
And 10 rhott there's tliu dvaeoa lo pay I
Oome home, come home, Come home I
.iw.t-t II I ram t'lyaei, coins hoiiil
Don tlamilton Queer F,h li (I lUDderlog out
Uf i he muddy old treaty lie made,
While your tiaif.wltted t'rnjtrivk nor prancing
In Europe with leatful parade ;
ben UutUr la cocklig hli eyu at yur apoous ;
'I cm Murph) hei out In the culm
Youi'banda li.ve ttoyped playlnx their cuitoii).
And I rnr me. aweet Hltam, you're "nol.l."
Come home, romr hoi r, come home'.
Bneet HImui Ulyaser, collie lionie.
T re's a horse in the clrcua for you and Colfax ;
'Tib tne hcrae that he roue lu ti.e South ;
The mookey aland, ready o leap on your bicks,
And thro' wlilakey to i lit In Jour u.o th:
So II Irani, dear llirniii, don't feel very tad ,
wnrn you icaio ma' my uuinvnare true,
Vou are bettr at home with cgma and your dad,
l orihe people are tired of yul
Come home, come home, come home I
i-wtetllirain Ulyssej, come-home I
It ! ni.'rated In th acnala of Ulraaea I. an Itm,
corded oy the paternnl Jeaaie in honner't Le.lg-r
inai on unn oi-uaeion me yiimiiiui mounrcn wai
ndlcg a rough colt bire-Cai ktd around a clu ua
ling, whtn a umnstri.ua babuou belouKlcg to the
(.ouueru apians with a tremendoua leap on the
nero a anouiuer.. uui rim bioou waa up, utiil
both monkey and rider kepi their tea. a aun t the
unbouuded laughter and npplaue of the uomlr
ing tluoog dud to relate, it was not the la.-t
tune in hia life that the groat nun inaguaulmous
kdiKhtiif (ialrna was nioukry.ridden, Qciti.
ew Harm, Conuccucut, May H.
EARTHQUAKE IN ICELAND.
BTKANQI COlKCIUKNCB WITH THE VKHU
A correspondent o! thu 'Norddoutchu
Allgemuine Zeitung,' writing to that pa
per from Copenbugun, says tbo ttcbooner
Harriet bud brought preciso accounts of
tho remurkablu earthquake which oc
curred two duys beforu tho outbreak uf
Vesuvius in tho north-east part of Ice
land, ut or near Uusavik, u little towu in
the Skalteudi Fiord. On the afternoon of
16th uf April a shock was felt in Uusavik,
which was tbrico repeated in tbo course ot
tho duy. Two others followed during the
ufternoon of tho 17th, thu second of which
was particularly violent, and tho whole
night through the earth continued with
short intervals of repose, in lively agita
tion. On tbo forenoon of tho lath, tho
agitation reached iu culminating inten
sity; nil the wooden houses in the place
wero tnrown down, and tho stono ones
moro or lest injured, the factory nlono re
maining in any meaturo inhabitable.
Fortunately there Wat no lost or humun
life, though some catllu wero killed, and
from twenty to thirty families wero com
polled to teek shelter in the outskirts.
Nobody remained in the dilapidated town
except the publiu functionary, the Syssel
mann, whose larally came to Copenhagen
in tho Harriet. During tho next three
days the shocks continued with diminish
ing violence, and Had terminated when
the vessel tailed. In tho immediate neigh
borhood of Uusavik the shocks wero
much weaker, and in Krabla thoy wwro
FOURTH OF JULY!
ROUGH and READY
The underrtsnod, Joint Cimmlllea of Ariange.
m-nta ol the above oimnl Fire Companies, beg
If avo to Inform the rtopleo Oitmann vicinltv,
hat they hate made arrausrtnenia for CKLE
ItRATINa THE NAIJuNI UIKTHUAT IN
than It has oTer been eolebrated In Southern IN
lloola. for the purpuae of making the affair a
aucceis and furniahing mean ol entertainment
to all, they hare snared neither time, labor nor
The celebration will hoc In on the morning of
"THE FOUnTll." WITH ACIRAND
With Apparatus through the principal
streets of tho City.
The proresiloa will tie headed by the
DuQUOIN SILVER CORNET BAND
HICKMAN BRASS BAND.
and will be under the direction of
Matok Lahsdkn, as Giiand Maksiial
ol the dar, lited br Ja. 8. S wiri.it, AMlatant
Chief Engineer of the Fire Departmem.
Immediately after the Parade the Doat wilt leave
FOR THE PIC-NIC GROUNDS,
iuthe fhady Orote of Kentucky opposite Twen
tielh street. Kery nroilon will be maile to
render the Pic-nlcHIHI'.OLASi In erory reipect
R E F R E SETm E N T S
of every deacrlpllon will be on the grounds, and
dlpenied h) atlable and altentlTH citerera. Full
arraoKemenu win tie mano lot
D A IT O I UG,
and for thla purpose the Committee have enAi;
ed Elaenberg'a celebrated Stalvo IUnu.
Ths Dkclahatiok or Independence
will be teadbv linn. J. II. Oberlv. ami annroorl.
ate peeehe will be delivered by eminent -peak-
erf, win ue mieriune'i ny neieci muaic oy me nil
ver vcrnei nnnii.
Tho day's entertainment will conclude with
A GRAND BALL
in the Evening at
Washington Hall and 0kde.v,
under the direct management of the l't Terpai
Cho ean talent In tno Kire Department.
Several FireCompanl -s 'roin aoroad havo been
invited, aod will probab y be pre-enl.
to conclution, and nn behalf of the above
named Fir- Companies, tbe Commitl'e respect,
ully invite the peopled Cairo and aurrounnnK
country Ut pmiclnite in the featlvitiea, and thua
aaai't in Traklng the affair agraid auceia and
worthy of the ever glorious Kour'h."
THE ROYAL CORRESPONDENCE.
rRINCEM NELLIE TO TIIE QUEEN.
LmottT Dotil , May, 18T2.
Mr Deau Ladt and Queen: lam
embarrassed tit tho honor of un official re
quesl, given through a high officer (your
Lord Chamberlain, I think.,) to bo pre
sented to your Mnjesty. I should dearly
love to tee you, that I might tell my mother
and lather thut i have boon thus honored
I am but a simple American girl; that I
urn tho President's daughter gives me no
claim to your recognition as n sovoreign.
li, wiin the kind inuy wno is acting as my
chaptrone, I might visit you I should be
very glad, our necrolary ol .Legation
hints at Home political aignlUcanco in this
opportunity. 1 cannot so interprot It, and
would not wish to bo so received, bncaute
a would not bo right, at 1 am nothing in
American nolitics. and I am aurn mv
father would not desire mo to appeal other
man ns my aimpio and uumble sell. It,
with this explanation, your Majesty will
auow mo to visit you; i than be greatly
honored and bo very proud.
i uavo written mis noto or my own
motion, nnd lvcauso I think it tho riirlit
niiiiR to un, i am vour .iiajesty t very
uuvuiuiu aurvant anu aumiror.
' VVHB0 CfTU,
Miw Nellie Grant:-I havo Instruct
ed Lady to convey to vou this note.
and wo shall receivo you as tho daughter
oi your nonorauie paronts without tho in
tervention of our high officers of state. I
shall accept your visit as an "American
girl, and thore shall bo no other slgnlfi
canco in the fact than vour klndlv omrrai
cd dehiro to see tho lady and not tht sove
reign. I shall find it plcaTant to forgot
wint i am i;uuen in receiving you to-morrow
nfternoon at our palace "of Windsor
t.i i ur.iu vjw.-MiltlSlOSAI,
TUlUfS, AND TIIK DECISION OK
CONOKKSS TIILRKON, WHOLLY
TREE OK KXECl'TIVK 'tvtv.m.Vm?
ENCE AND DICTATHis-
0 ItKHI III ITIO.N.
8. Tho public cie-lit muit b ,Wr..(y
maintained, and wo DENOUNCE UK.
PUDIATJON iu ,very form and gui.l
KI.Ni Ol" TIIK TKHi; MKTAL.
0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
alike by ll.ohlgho.tcoi..iUer,.t,oi1i of com
merclal morality and hone.t government
A WOKU VOU TUB NUI.IIIKH IIUYN.
10- Wfl remember with uratitudo the
sacrifice, of the tMwtt undW. of h
X?ib' c."u"?..Vf hail ever
X 7 it I t , ' arnjl lamo r
the full rewards of their patriotLm.
AVAL'XT, I.A.M MOUUIUtHl
11. We are i opposed to ail further grant.
hi laud to railroad or other corporation.!
Till PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD ! HK
TLER3SACKED T ACTUAL SW
I IUKUAI, roilKIUN POLICY.
12. We hold that It is tho duty of tbo
KOvernment in Ut Intercourse with foreign
natiunt to cultivate friendships of peace
by treating with all on fair and equal
tortof, regarding It alike dishonorable
either to deaiand what it not right or sub
gaR it what Is wrong.
4 MKVeSTHUDY IKVITr.D
11. For the promotion and success of
,l!lJHil prlnclp es. and the tupport of
t'a candidal nojnlnaM by this convn
tlotl, W IlitRe and cordially welcome the
MMMiaratlon of all patriotic citliens. with.
m nraviout noiitieai i i.
Ice water should bo drank but spurlnu-
ly. A most excellent Mibstituto for it is
pounded Ico taken in small lumps into tho
riiouth nnd allowed to dissolve upon tho
tongtiM. Thin will provo very rt)fruhing
and much moro enduring in its effects.
Lt-inonadu is it tlmplu nnd gruteful bov
nrago. To mako it: Roll tho lemons on
foniething hard till they become K.t't;vJ
t.rr.ln rtr,lw. f.,.t. ..... .1... 1,. !. .If 1
e...u .... mv iitiuB,iub bun lemuiia III PIILM'9
and npjeczu them in u pilchor (u now
clothes pin will tiuiwor lor tho fqticczer
in lieu of aomcthing better); pour nn tho
re.julrod quantity or water, and twectun
according to tatti. Tho grated rinds, for
tho take of their aroma, chould bo added
too. After mixing thoroughly set tho
pitcher atldo for half an hour; then strain
the liquor through a strainer, and put in
the icj, 1
Traveler! who find it Inconvenient i
uso lemons can curry a boi of lemon aucar
prepared from citric acid and sugar, u lit
tie or which in a gluts of ice water will
furnish quite a refreshing drink, and that
help oft-times to avert sick headHeha and
blliuuiuoM. Citric acid it obtained from
the juice cf lemons and limes.
Perry is u delicious beverage made
rom cherries, and will keep a vear or
two lake six pounds of cherries and
bruise them , pour on a pint and a half of
(.train through a flannel bag nd add threo
pounds of sugar. Hoi for l,alfn hur
more, or until th, liquid will sink tn ho
bottom of a cup of wntr trv It with a
teaipoonful of the liquid ;) then turn Into
Jolly cupt and cover with paper dipp(!d in
tho white of an egg. !-
To prepare the drink: Put a spoonml
of the Jelly in a goblet of water, and let li
stand about ton rnlnutet; then ttlr it up
fcnd fill ivltli nnnnilul Iac n. ....... -
, wutiimi aim
rnipuernes maao into "shrub" furn sh &
TICKET! roa rat PIC NIC, 40c.
Children accompanied by their parents, free.
T. M, Lnvetl,
M, J. tlowlev.
Joi. U. Velrun.
II. T. M.rtin,
AN ELOPEMENT FRUSTRATED.
rrom the Carbondale New Era, of Baiurday.
Lust wook a guod-lookinp, brassy-fucea
young leiiow, tporting a pair or velvet
trousers and ioud garments, ornameiited
Carbondale with his presence. Hit real
namo it believed to bo Isaac Kerr, al
though ho rejoiced iu two aliases Carl
und Hitrrell. He claimed Missouri as his
home, told fabulout tnlos of his wealth
and was lookinc for u wife. A nice
looking girl, not seventeen years of age,
tho duugbter of one of our most respected
citizens, lent too willing an ear to tho vil
Han's tails, and soon was fast in hit colli.
After three day acquaintance ho pro
posed marriage and was accepted by the
girl; but the parents wisely with
held their consent until they could
hear something of the suitor's
character. This did not suit the fellow't
plans, and ho easily penuaded tho girl to
elopu with him to Missouri, where they
were to bo married. On Tuesday morn,
ing thoy took the 11 o'clock train tor
Grand Towor, but tho train being de
tained several hours at Mount Carbon,
tho parties concluded to pay a visit to a
sister of tho girl't living In Murphsboro.
Dr. O'Uara tuw them leave tho cars, and
knowing the would bo groom to bo a man
of very bad character, immediately tele
graphed to tho father of tho victim. Tho
lather lost no timo in hurrying after tho
purtles, and succeeded in overhauling his
daughter. Kerr, in tho meantime, bad be
come aiurmco at ut. u nnra i demonita
tions, and concluded that bis safest course
was to tako to tho woods, which ho did.
leaving thu brido expectant nlono lo face
her lather s frowns. Kerr is said to bo
an unmitigated scoundrel already hut
ono or two wivet, and has seen the inside
of mote than one prison ; und doubtless
bis sole ooject was to luro his vounir and
innocent companion ,to .St. Louis, there to
consign ucrio a nie or sin and shame.
TIIE IIEUKEWH IN THIS COUNTRY.
Tho Hebrow population of tho United
Statei U year by yuar becoming larger.
The persecutions in Europe have induced
many to emigrate, nnd tho natural desire
to enjoy thu unrestrained freedom of dwell
ing uud of trading, and tho uttractivu
power a largo body possessing tho namo
faith always possess, has drawn many
othere, until now, bv their intelligence,
euertfv, thrift, and law-abidim; conduct
they Jo mi an important element in tho
population of all our creat cities. As
compared with England, thoro aro scvoral
hundred thousand Israelis! in tho United
.Statu, and only eighty thousand thore;
and Immigrant aro constantly flowing in
from Euro no to an extent that is little
known. They waiter on their arrival
throughout tho United Mates wherever
tlny huvo previously determined, or wher
ever their friends may persuudo them.
In California tiiuy aro quite numerous
and widely dlffiued. In New Orleans
and other Southern cltlei'. thev aro both
active and Influential. Their numbers
show most In places like New York and
Philadelphia, but thev flourish in fiin.
clnnati, Pittsburg, Chicago, St. Louis and
Baltimore, Thoinfluxofthu racn from Eu
rope gooa on unnoticed, becauso thoy aro
not reported separately.
II. M. IIULliN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer iu Foreign FruiU & Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-aye.,
Mm ' rtVjCi.Ce fc MI. I
Prinoipal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., 0
THE ONLY RELIABLE GIFT ENTERP11IBE
IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed in
Xj. 3D . SI2ST33'S
15th Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monihiy, AuguM 6th, 12,
Two Grand C.u-italb or
85,000 In Greenbacks !
Two Prlzet $1,000
Flvo Priret 600
Ten Prizes 100
One family Carriage arid .Matched llore whh
bllvei.SIotinti (I Ilartcas, woith U,WW,
One llorae and lluijiry with -llver.SlUBt(d Hnr
ne, worth & each.
tine fliie.toned Hunewood I'uiiu, worth 8-V0.
Five family ecvrlnK machine, worth lluuearh,
7tonld ami ailrer lever hunting wntohea, worth
from $ao to ieach. Ladl.a gold leotineclmln-,
gi;at' koI vet chains, solid and double Mated
"liver tahle uud teaaouna photoRraidi aliuin,
,. u , . Jewelry, etc , etc.
V, hole tuimtr of gllle, B.oon. Tickiti limited to
A. ri( wanted to eell ticketa to whom lilx-ral
premluiiii. will l.e mid.
nrntv tickets mm dollar alx tloketn five dol
lar" ; twely.i ilcketH, ten dollar ( twenU-hre
twenty dollars. '
tin ulara runtaining a full lint of prise, s de.
acrlillon of Hie n.anner ol drawing, anil other
information in reference to the distribution, will
be ent to anyone ordering them. All leiteri
niiiDt ho ujldreaaed to I.. II, hlNE, llox, Hi,
TO . , . Cincinnati, O,
101 Unit nth St. novwAdlv
.MISSOUUI STATU LOTTKRY.
Leoalizku jiv State Autiiowty and
Dhawn in Puulic in St. Louih.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
CLAb E, to hk Dkaw.v ilay 31, 1872.
0,880 Prizus, Amounting to $300,000,
) I'riteaof. ion
1 I'riteof jwymo
or l i I mi
Tickets, $5: Quarter
TlpL-.da SI AO
our lotterlea are chartered by the mate, are
alwaya drawn at the time named, aud all draw
The oftli'lal drawing will be publlah'd In the
ft. l.otit papere and a ropy sent to purchasers
ofllekete; ' "
Wo will draw aatmltar scheme th laat uay or
ery month during the year ltTJ.
lUil(Blourr.K DT TXJBIPIXUO DnnT liruer.
d letter, draft or express Jen3 for cir-
cuTar. A till rk...
V. tl. bux itf).
(I BAD QUARTERS.
BEERWART,ORTH & CO.
130 CoitMKRcfAL Ayxnuk, CAtno, III.
, Oealeri In
STOVES, TIN WAKE, HOLLOW
"W I JEl ZB OLOTH
for Window fccreen,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&c, &on tic.
CRADLES, &c, Ac.
Al-o manulactorers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Coitcu "Wake
sole AKcnta for the ceUhrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uuic'b JlovEAiiLr. Point Steel Plow
Gray'h Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
hcantlin a cook'h
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS.
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
arrantcd iur cure tor amoklnn chlmnle,
UUUUM, -ANU, TOi
V. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J tenth street,
Door, Hanli, IIHuilx, MualillnkrH,
Cuve Onttcrs, (s ood) WlnUow unit lloor
rrnmeis, I'loorlnt;, l.mli,
ShlUKlrx, Olaxs-a Nuah, (Jlnxril Mip
l.lKbla, Olnxt-41 TriuiHiiniK,
Nltati WclichtN, NiinIi IMiIIIpn hiiiI Corils
Mind I'lialcnliiifM, lloufiiiif
felt, KooUtlK Crilieut, I'luHlerliiK
rnper, ar)irt IVIt, WliUo
I. cml, Muheil Oil, Aiiierlrmi M'luduw
UIiimn, KukIIsIi imiirrciirli
I'lute Jlai, l'tilly, CJIitxior'H IVilm
"wr I'lptu I'ii t rut t'bliiiupya,
:'c. Etc., Klf.
AfiKNTH (or Rock River Paper Company',
hhtathinn Kelt and Quarlt Cement ,
hau'l W ioim'1' '"'PC""' KontiiiK Mway, or,
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS RAILROAD
notice oy condemnation OK LANDS FOlt
RIGHT or WAY.
To Digene Leuren, Jnrnea I!. Roberta, Hannah
O. Mather, Tliorn ia H. .Mather, William 0, Mh.
ther, JuliaCroft, Charlea Crolt, Eliphlelt llronn,
Cleopatra Hrown, Mra. Krance. J. WnlUi-e,
Mra. Mary J baker, John Haker, William I.
W. llace, Edward II, Wallace! Clurlea K. Wh'i
lace, Frances Wallace and unknown ownere and
pernona hiivlnjf an interest in the herelnalt,r
described lamia aitiinle ill tic county ot Alex
ander, lu thu Blate. of Illinois t
Taki notici, Thot tho Culro and HI, Lotila Hull,
rond Compuo) Ii.ito riled tlicTr petition In the
omen or the C eric of the Circuit Court ot Alcxttu.
dor county, stale of llliiioin, priiylnt ihu appoint
ment of threo (lulntirckted fri'O.holders ot H,iid
count)' M Comnilsslonura, to tlx the comiiei,ha.
tloato bo mado to theuaucra, an wellaa to niseka
the damages I 'any.Hlucli may result Irom thooou.
(.tructionuud use of their railroad oy the t.Lwjr of
airip of land one hundred feet wnl lor right of
nay or road track over an I uoioi tho folluwiiu
deaenbed tracia and paruula ol jnd lyiuu I In suid
Alexin) eriountt, to.witt the iwirol thoaeqr
aeu. 7. tp It, ar 1 went i the north eaat rr of llm
ae t; i f mis liS, t -r'JwOht; tho 0 H Ol eee
II, Hi 15, ar wosij the o qr of iho no ir, eeo 1,
ti lo, tr 2 west ; ttiew' and ho nr of the nw or,
and tno eaat h It of tho aw ir of aea In, tp 10, -r
1 wral j the w and a qr oi the n or of aeuSO
tp 10, ar 1 went , the yt uf the nr qr oi ace SO, In
tp 10 er lwest; theawurof thn nw qr aeo 4, tj 17 ,
r I w ; thoai. qr no qi aeo 0 anil the nw qr aw qr
eec 4 ti 17, ar I weat ; and nchool lot Ku, 31 in nu
qr aeo 16 tp 17 ar I w.
And, that ii'l 'hi I road comp'ny, on the 21th day
of June, A. I. 1ST;, ai ten o'clock a. in , wdl innke
application to lion Frodolin llrom, Judgo of the
County Couit of aald t'o u,iy, at the ottic: of (lie
a d Clerk In thu ally of Cairn In ta il i-ounty tor
the appointment ol Mich t'oinml tloner- lor the
purpoara ufnreaald, an I toflxutm and ila e lor
ihu flint meeting of aaid t.'omrrilslrners, who i
and where you un at end, if you think projifr,
aa owner, claimant or party lutvrcaied in aald
atmve described traota of land or any of them,
iMted tr.lt Uih day of May, Wi.
CAI 0 BT. LOUIH UULHt)AD00MlAW,
4-Sow Uy W, Moaiuox, tfy.
7 ffi .PAtfl. CI. tMgll'i;iT7AK"'l.
II AVI, prureu, from tho muni ample exper
XT tence, an emlro tucceii Himpo I'rompt
tmclent and VUllHble. Thev aro Ihu only tncill
cjnea perfectly adapted lo populat tiae o aim.
pie that mlalakei cannot te mado In ualnit llinni!
n harinle.a aa lo be free from danger, and ao
efficient aa to bo alwaya relUMo Thoy hate ral.,
ed (he highest commendations from' all, and will
awaya render eatlefncllon,
l, L'urea revons, congestion, Inflammatioiif tt
v, 'J WorsiiBt worm feer, worm colic 'i't
rjrsiiK.couc or teething ol inrant...2i
nirrhoca, of children and ndnlta.2
Dyapiitvry. ailplnK.b'lloua colic .si
f 'liolrriS'inririiue, omltlnii 'it
S'llitlrrn. rohla, bronchlitia U
'riir..lcln, toulhiche, tvacUu....,v
Ilcntlnclir-a, ilrk headache, trrtlKo'
Iyaiealn' bdloua atoinaulii' 2
Hniiprrnaoal, or painful period Vli
Willies, too piof ire period
Cmissi, r6ugli, difflcult breatliini?...2i
Nnltltheum, Krtnliiclf, Eruption'
IttlCIIIUHtlNIII, rheumailc puiia.....SS
1'evcranrl AKnn.chtlt leYer.aRiiiwiu
11 leo, blind or bloeitlnrf ...'n
0ititlilrmy, and aore or we.ik eji'"11
4'Hlnrcli, nuiii or rhroulc, inrtneiiui.VI
Aallimav, oppreed breathing U)
i:nr lllHcluiricca.lm-'iilrcd hearini;M
UenerHl llebilily, phyalcnl we.k.V)
Vi, " ISroiiayand acatilvSecrelinm WI
M, Nei Hlckiieax elckiieif from ridlntftn
21, Kliliu-y.niaeaar. Urarel a.
21, 11 Mertunit Itcblllly, eeinlnal em.ifl
cni.Inroluntanr iliaeharKee. -1 er
t'lVfllliixca, wita one it via of pooilbo
Verv lierfanurv 111 Nnrlnii, iii.k... A f.n
W, " More Mouth, o-iuker Ut
30, I'rlunry WeuktiiaN, wettirig ted.Al
.11, " I'lilurul I'crloiU, withepaina.....Ao
Iti, " a)nirlitp,.teh'ini(e of .fe....,..l oij
M. " KulleiiKV.rtiiii'ina.rli.Vltiii'ilKiii'.l ii
31, " liillirrlniilfl, erateil ore throat 60
4r:in t OO Inrue IhIh, iiioroero
iirninewniMl rae, ronlnltilDK n
eelllc fur every onillnnry iHa
rrtNMt liuiilly l auhjccl tu, nml
liooliN ortllrecllono from (lu to 2o
MiodUr tnmlly aud Trat llii( ca ,
20 to as viaia irnni l?L' to 81
fp'olfli: lor all 1'rltnlv lUeMe,
lioth for 4'ltrliiK and mr I'reven.
(Up Irentmeul, in tialaand jokcl
ciuin....- .8'J to a
itMirn t. I iiAi.r
turea Hum". IlruifK, Laiiieneit, orencen, Knre
I hroHt, Hprnlon, Tiiocliache, E.trache, Nenralma.
Hliuunialiim, Lumbago, i'll.-.i, Utiiln, Hlnira,
kutu Kye, lllredinxol the I.uu r e , N. re, KUmi
i'h. or of l'ile: Conn. Vlnrtn. ol I Hurt.
1'iiee, Got., Ul cta.i t'luta. jlJWi tjiiarl', 1 1-7S
XfTbef remediet. exceol l'ond'n yurwi.
by the coae or almtie bvx, uto aunt to any part ol
theeodtitrr, by mall or eipre", irte of charxe,
on reenpt ol tne price. Aildreaa
IIOSIKOI'ATHIC MEUICLNK (X).
Office and 1im.i,:vu. Uil llroadway, .Vew-Tork.
FOB H.XLE IIY F. (-Clll'lt, C'AlHlt, Ilia,
Our Home Advertisers.
It A. KM.
Charier! .Mitt tli Ul, ISUlt.
CITY NATIOVAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. SAKKOKD, I'reaideoli
Kfl. TAYI.Olt, Vlc.Ire.identi
II. IIYdl.OT, Hecretary and Tteanurer.
I'. M. IHkCLAT,
F. II. fctocantm.
it II. CvhataoHiM,
J. SI, Phuiim
fit L (!. Bciicii,
11. 1. HlLLItO,
Ili'ioalt ot any Amount Itrrrliral Irom
Ten Cent l'iuurta.
iM'KKDST paid on depetita at the rate ot an
percent, ierannnm, March latand Heptm,
r tm. Interest not withdrawn la rjbud irume.
diately to tr c princlp.il of thn depomu, theiebt
g vlnu tliotn compound Interest
UAKKIKII WOMEN AND CHILDUKN MAY
o Tinr mo osc tut ft catw tr.
Open every busine.n day Irom vji.m. to 3 p.m
and f-atunlay etrninx (or HAVfSfi DEI'Oall
onl), Irom S to t o'clock,
auutl W. llrLOI', Tremurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
OAIUO, II, I, IS O I
CAPITAL, - - 8100,000
W. IMIALL1DAY, I'rcildentj
IIK.NKT L. HALLiruY, Vice-I'realdfnt ;
A. H. MAKFOllI), Cathieri
H'ALTKS HYSLOr, Alilnur Chier.
HriiTi Taylou, HnarkT II. Ccnmmiium
lltMir 1.. IUlliihv, W. '. Hailiuat,
nrn. I) WintAMMiN, HririirN lllun
A. II. MArrnaii.
I'.acliniiKP, 4'oln hiiiI UiiIiimI Mm, if
HoihIn IIoiikIiI itml Nolil,
EI'OPITH received, atd a ceneral banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
i' 'a i no.
DAMCI. I1UHI), I'renelenti
KOIIKKT . MII.LKK, Vlce.l're-l.lent
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADK.
IJIXCIIANOK, coin, banii notes uud Uuitei:
J rttatea ceciirilli h iMiught mul eold,
IiiIiti-nI Alloweil on Timo lliioll.
CAIRO CITY ROOK HINDER Y
JOHN II. )lli:itI,Y .V CO.,
liullctiii Ruilding, corner of J2tl:
Htrcct autl Waahiugtou uvcnuo,
All kinds of lllndlnif nud Kullps dono at the
very lowi t n'loea, lliivini; eiiKaRed the ai rvi.
cea of Mr, iluela, who hun had ninny juum
experienco In one of beet Itlnderlea of bt, Lmua,
in Hiiprrlntend tula eHiublnhnicii, w can cn.
tldently promiHc our patron work eqii'tl to Hut
ol nnv Hlnderv In ihewet,
UT NT tHir.S.
S A M WILSON,
0 HOCK It 1KB,
P R O V I a I 0 N S K T C.
Oil!? LKV3K OAt0, ILU
oaiiKas raaMMtt rillu
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN KVLRY FAMILY.
I01IK OF ITS ADVANTAOEA,
It cooka quickly rind 'more Ihoronuhly with Icm
tire ih.tu any other way.
I'oul cookon the old wayloaea onr.thlr.l r f t
weight, 'Ooked Inthli.tfam vcnael, It only loea
lie cIkIiiIi, 'ihe aavlna In Una way will toon
pH) Hi, coal, (
FOOD CANNOT HE HtmNXD.
It will ROIL,
a T E W ,
more per'eitly than any ulentil used for either
purpoto now ii ure.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Meat towed, lolled or broiled In this manner
I a a belt, r flavor, and l. easier dlnettcd thau
wntJ cooked In the old way.
HO f EAR OF UYHfEPftlA.
ItmikeaallratulaM OoU out ef poor one.
nnd ood cook teller thau before,
ALL WHO TRY IT I1UY IT I
Ilia the only nien.il In u that ta warranted
notloHUItri rtloK IN OXjKINO.UHdnreny cr.
tU'eiiince. Aneutn make morn iM.uey aelllnir
ll.la veaael, than any article In ue, lor every lu
(elllenl houaekceper In the country wanla one.
ANY ONE WIMIINO TO HtJY KIOHTS OR
TErilllTOIlY TOR THE PATENT
can call on or odtlrea
W. J. HURNETT,
S JtfdAw Thornlon'a lllock.loth t., tlairo, 111
II. T. GKROUJ!);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
' Fitter'a and l'lumbcr'e material, Woo
lumpa, kI and aiir.e valval, atop
' cocka, check valvea, ate.
a lao Aunr roa
I ulta llrotlitrk I'ntenl llry aa Mr tr r
and MoreheUje. Well A Co'a Automatic Watej
Indicator ami hiipply Valve for aleam Ixjiltri.
winter' iilock. roMir.nciAiAVKVu
Chat. Hhoeomcyer. vVm. Fchlck
CIIAS. SHOKNMEVEK k CO.
All ordeta promptly attended to.
JfORTHWEUT CORNER Of WARHINOTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH ST.,
0 Drawer 12)3. lanStf,
IHMIUHA.-VT TICUCTM C
POP. SALE, ) for Bale f pOR SALE,
I Fcr Hale I
VOR SALE. J Krbil'l FOR HALE
Paro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londonderry
Faro from Ulasoow,
Fare frorn Queen.htown
TO CAIRO, $48-20
darlnrd, lorri A Ca
Liverpool .Sew-Tork and Philadelphia
CMoia coxiiAcr with raiTtn irAtu aho nainiH
For Carr)ini; Him Mall.
FOR I,ASSA"gE TICKETS
oa ri'nTnrn roaxTio.a
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
IS llroadway, New. York, or to
II. II o li i I ,
Wanhlnvton Avenue, Cairo, nom, ji
WAG ON MAN U FACTORY .
For Salo at Wholesale or Retail
COH.NKlt ;2l).HTIlEtr AND OHIO LEVEk
TEUTONIA L1F K INSU.RAXCK
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. IIUCIC,
Ciias. Reitz, Henry Weiiku,
A. C. Kksi.vo, A. Mikoii,
yiiAs. Wenthe, Oiiab. Veroha,
Fiiancih Lai'KNER, Ciias. Dakolino,
U. Hikbuii, Wm. Reinhardt,
Tho bent oruanlied and eecureit company in
Iho norihHet. 'the only company winch Ktiar
Allien, n cah aurrnidtr value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Aq't,
25,11V riirCwIroHtiil vlflnlty
MEN WANTED !
EXTRA I D U 0 E M EN T 81
The Cairo A St. Loula It. R. Co. want ,VHl
at iiuvr, iu wuir u uie one oi meir, ri'Htf in
Alexauiler couutv. irom & to 1& milpa nnnl, ,
PBICE-1. For station work, light fill, twenty
centa (iUo.l prryird, Choppera.fK 60) mo ilof.
laraamJ Mriy cenU per day. I lay men onirrane.
tti Vi) two dollare and twenty.flve con, a per dav.
Lliiardit oupervreer; Prompt payments in cash
Apiily to JuilN MULVKY, Bup't on the work.