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ftito dAlttO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY JUNE 28, 1872
JOHN H. OHF.ItLY, Editor n.l Publisher.
Ju.sk 28, 1872,
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TUB DOLLAR WEEKLT 1HJLLETIN,
John II. Obcrly Co. have reduced the sub-
John II. Obcrly Co. have reduced the mic
scrli'hon prtre. of the Weekly Cairo Bulletin to
One ixyuxr per mum. maxing '
perpuhllthed la Southern Illinois
ire where yon nte stint white tint
t'nl'l the far I ilown
And b llit woril nlonir Itin line,
Urcelcy Mitil Uret llrown."
HORACE GREELEY, .
of Now York ;
rou TICK PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
Wo, tho Liberal Republicans of tlio
United States In Convention assembled t
Cincinnati, proclaim tbo following princ!
pics at essential to just government:
OKA!) ISi.MTF.SS HttltlKO.
1. "Wo rccogtilzo tho eqiuility of all
men before tho law, and hold that It Is
tho duty of the government In Its dealings
with tlio pcoplo to mote out EQUAL AN D
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
WH ATE V EH NATIONALITY, K ACE,
color on persuasion, reli
oious OR political.
2. AVE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP-
POSK ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTKENTH AMENDMENTS OF
3. Wu demand tlio immcdlato and ab
solute removal of all disabilities tmpoiod
on account of tho rebellion which was'
Dually subdued seven years ago, believing
thnt UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION' IN ALL SECTIONS OF
u.noL'itATit: to Tin: core.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard tho
rights of all citizens moro securely than
any centralized power. Tho people and
the public welfaro requiro tho SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. AVo domand for tho
individual tho largest liberty consistent
with public order, for tho stato solf-gov-crnmcnt,
and for tho nation 11 return to
tho methods nf peaco and tho constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TIltlK AS FltKACIUMI."
0. Tho civil sorvlco of tho government
has become a mero instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and an
object of nolflih greed. It Is a scandal
and reproach upon freo institutions, nnd
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tho
perpetuity of republican government.
Tiii:iii:rui: a wimi: nr.nAM.
0. Wo therefore rogard a THOROUGH
RfJFORM OF THE CIVIL SKRVICE
as one ol tho most pressing necessities of
tho hour; that honesty, capacity and fldol
ity constitute tho only valid elaims to pub
lic employment; that tho offices of tho
government ceaso to bo a matter of arbi
trary favoritism and patronnco, and that
pub'.ic station become again the post of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAMirrnuKsriox Miiorr.o abide
7. AVn demand a system of federal tax
ation which shall not unnecessarily inter
fere with tho industry of tho peoplo, and
which shall provide too means necussnrv
to pay tho expense of tho government,
economically administered tho liunslons.
tho interest on the public debt nnd a mod
erate annual reduction ol the principal
thereof, and recognize that thoro nro in
our midst honest but Irroconcliablo dif
ferences of opinion with regard to tho re
spective systems of protection and freo
trade. AVE REMIT THE DISCUS
SION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
1H TllKlU CONGRESSIONAL DIS
Indlanaptlis, June, 22. 1872.
Kn. Cairo Bulletin. Tho bar meet
ing called for tlio purposo of dovislnf ft
roform In iho Judiciary of Indiana, wai
held In tho supremo court room yesterday
Amended articles of Incorporation of
tho Bedford mnlo and fomnlo eoltego wcro
filed with tho secretary of stato yester
day. Tho proposed amount of endow
ment of tho institution Is $500,000.
Tho judges of tho supremo court go to
Bloomlngton to-morrow to attend the
commencement exercises of tho stato uni
versity. Tho trustees of tho public schools con
template establishing a freo public libra
ry, an institution greatly needed here.
At a meeting of tho members of tho
Episcopal church in this city on Sunday
last, tho " Day Missionary association of
tho Diocese of Indiana," for tho promo
tlon of tho missionary work in the state,
was organized : President, John M. Lord,
of St. Pau.'s church.
Articles of association of tho Indianap
oils AVarm Air Manufacturing company
wcro filed In the ofllco of tho secretary of
stato yesterday. Capital stock, $25,000.
At the meeting of tho democratic con
grcsslonal central committee on Saturday
last, it was decided to hold tho congres
sional convention at Danville, July ICtli
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL,
It Is reported that in a short time,
.Judge Davis tho nominee of tho Columbia
labor reform convention, will issuo a for
mal withdrawal from tho canvass and
throw his strength in favor of Grant.
Robert B. Rosovclt has addressed a
letter to tho delegates of tho stato of New
York to tho Daltimoro convention giving
his reasons for supporting Greeley, and ar
guing that tho democratic party will be
dissolved if Greeley is not indorsed at
Miss Ella Rold, daughtor of White
law Rold of tho Now York 'Tribune,' who
Is In Codarvillo, Ohio, fell from her ponv
and was so seriously injured that her re
covery Is considered doubtful.
A lady in Macon, Ga., tho other day
undertook to wash her pet cat, which was
troublod with fleas. Tlio cat bit hor,
and died within an hour. Tho lady was
nstantly taken severely ill, and had sev
eral dangerous tits, but at last accounts
was considered out of danger.
A Lafayette lady, whilo In Philadel
phia, a fow days ago, was attracted by a
uandsomo necklace in a window and de
termined to buy it. Sho stopped in and
asked tho prico. "Sixtoon thousand dol
lars, ma'am, " replied tho salesman. Be
ing $15,000 short of tlio sum, sho changed
A recent woman-suffrago mooting in
London was so crowded, that tho speakors,
when they arrived, could not got in. Sirs.
Prof. Fawcott and others climbed in by ft
ladder at a window back of tho stago, nnd
when sho came to speak said: "Wo nro
told women bnvo not so much energy as
men. I deny it. A moment igo I was
outsido of this room in tho thick of a crowd
with Mr. Arthur Arnold. Mr. Arnold is
still in tho crowd ; I am hero." Tho little
woman was roundly applauded.
HrA lady, on being askod what she
thought was tho meaning of tho words,
'tho pestilence that walkcth in darkness,'
answered, that "in her opinion, it was
iniuis, AM) Til E DECISION OF
CONGRESS THEREON, AVHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTERFER
ENCE AND DICTATION.
8. Tho public credit must bo sucredly
maintained, und wo DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATION in every form and gulso.
uixu OF TUB TltUi: METAL.
9. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
alike by tho highest considerations of com
merclal morality and honest government
A WOHD rOB TIIK KOI.lilKIC 1JOVN.
10. AVo remember with gratitude tho'
sacrifices of tho soldiers and sailors of tho
republic, and no act of ours shall ever
detract from tjieir justly Clirll0d am
tho full rewards of their patriotism,
A VAUNT, I. A Nl ItOIIIIEItM I
11. Wo nro opposed to all further grants
of land to railroads or other corporations
THE PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD HE
HELD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET
TLERS. I.1BEHAE rOUKIUW 1'OI.H'Y.
12. AVo hold that it is the duty of the
government in Its iiiturcaursn with fnn.lim
nation to cultivate friendships nf peace
by treultng with ul on fair and equal
tonat, regarding it uliko dishonorable
ii . lo1uu:ntt,m what Is not right or sub
mlt to what I. wrong.
.i FJr,tho,l'fomotlon and success of
thoso vital principles, and the support of
th oaudidau-i nominated by this convon
tioD, wo Invito and cordially welcome the
w-optratlira of all patriotic cltltons. with.
jW rsfwd U previous political afflitFon
8 Boston is beginning to Import Jap
anese paper clothing. Tho paper from
which tho articles aro mado is wholly
water-proof, is thin nnd light, nn ovor-
coat wolghlng only two pounds. The
goods aro capable of being washed sovoral
times, nnd will last a numbor of months,
fiQrAt Jacksonville, Illinois, rccontly,
tho Rev. AVilliom H. Milburn obtained n
docreo of divorco from his wifo from
whom ho has been separated for several
years. Tho ground upon which ho ob
tained tho divorco was desertion. Mrs
Milburn was formerly u beautiful belle of
Baltimore, Maryland, and was united in
marriugo to tho "Blind Preacher" whilo
ho was chaplain to Congress,
BSyJohanna Gallagher, n girl sixteen
years old, has been bound over In tho sum
of S-500 for stealing. This Is tho third
time she has boon boforo tho courts
Everything that comes in her way that Is
not nailed down sho will steal, If sho can
nnd among other things, during the past
winter, she, with hor associates, has man
eged to purloin from tho cars nnd bins bo
tweon fifteen hundred and two thousand
bushels of grain. St. Louis Times.
CaTTho Boston 'Globo' of a lato date
takes up tho fruitful tliemo of steamboat
disaster?, and presents statistics absolutely
frightful. Within tho last four years
there has been an nvorago loss of thirty
lives and flvo million dollars n month by
tlieso disasters alono. Nearly ono half of
all thoio lives lost nro on thoso watora flow
ing into tho gulf of Mexico, and tho acci
dents nro chiefly through flro or explosion,
and aro only too often traccablo to tho
most wicked neglect. Tho 'Globe' shows
tho power legislation 1ms to nfrect this loss
of life, and urges moro binding laws than
the inefficient gncs now govornlng steam
Tub great want of tho ng is men men
who aro honest, sound from center to cir
cumference, true to tho heart's coro. Men
who will condemn wrong in friend and
fuj, in themselves as well as in others.
Men whose couscienco nro as stead v a tlm
needlo to tho pole. Men who will stand
for tho right if tbo heavens totter nnd the
earth reels. Men who can tell tho truth
and look tho world nnd devil right In tho
eye. Men that neither brag nor run.
Men that nelthor flag nor flinch. Men
who have courage without shouting to it.
Men In whom the current of everlasting
life runs still, deep arid strong. Men too
largo lor sectarian bounds. Men who do
not cry nor rause their voices to bo hoard
on the streets, but who will not foil nor be
discouraged till Judgment bo sot in tho
earth. Men who know their messsgo and
telj it. Mon who know thiir places nnd
fill them. Men who mind their own"
business. Men who will not lio. 3Ien
who nro not too lazy to work, nor too
proud to bo poor. Men who arc willing
to eat what they have paid for.
JEFF. DAVIS' BAIL BOND.
BKKCIIBU ON IT.
Mr. Boccber, In reply, spoke substan
tially ai follows:
"Brethren, I stand upon this question of
iuo uuiiuinoni oi Davis just where I did
two year ago. If It can be proved that
ho was privy to any scheme of assaslna
tlon, or that he cruelly violated the laws
of war, I say let him be tried and con-
aigniy punished. Here there was somo
applauso, which Beecher promptly
checked by saying, "Here all 1 bava to
say, and then applaud at home if you want
to. ' But if ho Is chargod with any of
fense, lot him be tried for it. And I say
mai 10 detain a man. in prison tor months
nnd years without trial Is atrocious. It Is
contrary to all constitutions, and all laws
and all justice I have felt a profound
mortification over the fact that such a
thing was dono in this land of liborty and
law. And I honor Mr. Greeloy and Mr.
Gerritt Smith for interposing to prevent
the contlnuanco of such a crimo. If it
had been necessary I would have become
bail myself. Hero Mr. Davis criti
cised tho character or Air. Uoechor vory
strongly, but paused and went on as fol
lows :1 But I havo no right to speak of
mm thus in nis absence, x take it back.
Such things should be said before a man's
face, if at all, and Mr, Davis Is not here to
The names signed to Jefferson Davis'
boil bond, in addition to bis own, were.
Horaco Greeley, New York.
Gorrlt Smith, New York.
Augustus Scholl, Now York.
Aristides AVclch, Philadelphia.
Cornelius A'andorbllt, New York.
AV. H. McFarland, Richmond.
R. Barton Uaxall, Richmond.
Isnac Davenport. Richmond.
Abraham AVarwick, Richmond.
Gustavus A. Myers, Richmond.
AVllliam M. Crump, Richmond.
James Lyons, Richmond.
John A. Meredith, Richmond.
AVllliam H. Lyons, Richmond.
John Minor Bolts, Virginia.
Thomas AV. Doswoll, Arlrglnla.
James Thomas, Jr., Richmond.
Horaco E, Clark, Now York.
Benjamin AVood, Now York.
SOME FRESH l'ARTr CULAKS.
In crdor to closo tho controversy start
ed by Mr. Voorbeed's allusion to Mr.
Greeley's signing tho Davis ball-bond as
"Impertinent Interference," tho Macon
(Ga.l Telegraph prints tho following com
munication, which it vouches for ns from
tlio most authentic source:
"Mrs. Davis went to New York to con
sult Chas. O'Conor, Mr. Davis's counsel,
as to tho best manner of effecting his ro
loaso from prison. Mr. O'Conor told her
that in bis opinion there was but ono wax-
that it could bo dono. nnd that was to cet
tbo rcprescntntlve man of tho republican
party to slcn.bis bond. Mrs. Davis in-
quired who thnt man was. Mr. O'Conor
repllod that It was Horaco Greeley. She
then asked him if ho would not seo Mr.
Greeley and get'hlm to do it. Ho replied
inai lie had no inuuencu with .Mr. Greeley,
nnd thnt sho was the proper person to seo
htm. Sho went to his office, sent in hor
card, nnd was invited into his r.rivate
ofllco. She said to him : " Mr. Greeley,
my husband is conllnod in a casemato at
lortross JUonroo. He has been thoro for
manv lonir wearv months. Hn i n fanliln
old man, nnd ho Is gradually sinking un
der his rigorous imprisonment. Uu will
dio if ho romains thero much longer. I
camo hero to consult Mr O'Conor ns to the
moans of uettintr him roleased. Ho has
told mo that thero is but ono. way to do it,
and that is to get the representa
tive man of tho republican
party to sicn his bond, and savs that vou
aro tlio man. Ho says that you have a
Kinu neart, nnu will do it, it you bellove
it to bo right. My husband is dying.
Mr. Greeloy, may I hope that you will fa
vorably consider my application ?" Mr.
Greeloy aroso, extended his hand to Mrs.
Davis, and said : ".Madam, you may, for I
will sign his bond." Mr. Greoloy was
.t . . . .. . , .T .
men a prominent canuiuaio ueioro mo leg
islature for tho United States scnalo.
Somo of his frlonds hoard that ho had
agreed to sign Mr. Davis' bond, and went
to nun and protested against It. They
told him that they had mado a count, and
that ho would bo elocted by six majority,
out, ii no signeu mo uonu u would dereat
him. He replied; "I know it will."
They told him thnt ho was ono of the
owners of tho 'Tribune,' and if he signed
this bond he would loso thousands of sub
scribers. Ho replied: "I know it." They
said, "Mr. Greeloy, you havo written a
history of tho war; ono volume vou have
out, and havo sold largo numbers of it.
lour second volume is nearly out, and
you have largo orders for that. If you
sign tuts bond these orders will bo coun
termanded and you will lose a largo
amount of money." Ho replied: "Gentle
men, I know it; but It is right, and I'll do
it." He did do it, and I am infjrmed that
he lost a seat in tho United States senate,
and $30,000. To my mind, this does not
look like "Impertinent interference."
THE BELLEVILLE HORROR,
TIIK RKCENT CANADIAN RAILROAD ACCI
DENT AS DESCRIBED BY AN EYE-WIT
Mr. Robert Nelson Roddv. who witness
ed tho recent accident near Belleville,
makes tho following statement to the
"I resido at Poterboroucb. and am
managor for Mr. AVatson, who has the
contract for building the Dominion tel
egraph lino irom that place to Uarrle. On
tho night or Friday last I took the train
at Port Hope for Brookvillo. bavimr with
me cloven men who had been working for
mo, arm to whom i uau granted tour days'
lcavo of absence, to allow of their visiting
their families, all of whom lived in the
lowor province They wero all steady,
hard-working men. I was In tho smoking-car,
and aftor remaining a short timo,
I wont into tho second-class nnd asked my
foreman to como with mo into the first
class part of tho train ; but ho declined to
do so. I then returned thero alono and
lay down upon tho soat, when I suddenly
felt a Jar, as If some of tho cars in tbo fore
part of tho trnln woro tipping over. I
tried to opon tho window of tho car I was
in, but it appeared to bo Jammed, and I
got out of too door and ran to seo what
wns tho matter, but for a short timo could
not do so for tho donso cloud of steam.
Aftor a moment or two, 1 managed to cet
to the front of tho train, and from there
into tho uppermost sido of tbo second-
class car. I tried to opon tho
windows: but, finding I could
not do so, ran round to the platform side
of tho smoking car, and got a crowbar out
of n numbor which belonged to our men.
l saw that the two cars had " telescoped."
I then commenced to broak tho windows i
of tho second-class car, and several of tho
men camo out through them, 1 smashed In
the door, und, as tho steam had pretty well
dispersed, 1 went In and found somo of the
men sitting in their seats, apparently stun
ned and unconscious. Conductor Neilson,
tho Pullman car conductor, and two vol
untoors from Port Hope one of thorn was
named Skitch then came in, and wo went
to tho middlo of tho car and saw that the
side was completely smashed in, and thero
woro many of the passengers buried
among the ruins, AVo Immediately com
menced lifting them out, and as I was thus
engaged, I found two little children lying
in tho bottom of tho car and quite dead.
Tho clothes of all thoso I touched were so
hot that I could scarcely bear to handle
them. One woman, who I believe to be
Mrs, Callender, died just as she was llfte
out. The safety-valve of tho engine pr
truded right Into the car, and I do not
think there was a partlclo of water two
minutes after tbe engine went over on Its
side. AVhen all the passengers had boon
got out, I went to look at tho engine, and
saw Hlbbert tbe drivor lying between the
engine and broken truck of one of the cars
?ulte dead. Five of tho olhors died bo
oro they could be removod. The sight
was an awful one. As soon as tbe mon got
Into tbo cool night air, they began to sur
fer dreadfully, and thoircrles wero fright
ful to hear. They toro their ckthes off.
and many of them jumped tho fonco and fled
across tho fields, crying out tho whole time
most pitifully. Ono man got away
at least a quartor or a mile bo
foro I could catch him. and an
other was half a nillo off when ho
was found. Belleville was communicated
with, and a train was soon upon the spot ;
but before it arrived tbe scalded peoplo
began to complain of cold, so with some
of tho loose planks wo made fires, and rig
god up shelters from the wind. Tho pco
plo were then placed on the train and
taken to Belleville Most of my men had
considerable sums of money with them.
The damage done was strictly confined to
the two cars mentioned, tho second class
and the smoking. The postofflce attached,
with its occupants, escaped by something
little short of a miracle. Tho first-class
and Pullman cars, (though tho former got
off the track) and their passengers sus
tained no Injury. It is a most singular
thing that, among all tho number of killed
and wounded, with about two exceptions,
viz., tho drlverand;,another man, tboso
injured did not sustain the slightest con
tusions; but tho scalds were something
beyond all description. A visit to Belle
ville freight shed on Saturday evening was
sufficient to unstring tbo strongest norves,
and create a feeling of pity in the hardest
heart. There, stretched out upon the tres
tle beds or mattresses laid upon tho floor
amongst tbe goods, were some SO fearful
looking objects, somo writhing about in
the acutest agony. Others, exhausted by
the pain they wero suffering from the
scalds and the stoam they had inhaled, lay
porfectly passive while somo kind female
or man dressed their hurts with cooling
lotions, or kept a current of air about them
with fans. The poor creatures, with their
swollen and bandaged features and limbs,
presonted an appearanco which can never
bo effaced from tho memories of thoso who
saw them. The patients whom death
early released from their agony passed
away, without exception, in tho quietest
manner. No struggle, no painful gasping
for breath, but thoy seemod to sink into
a doze, which gradually changed into the
sleep of death."
FOURTH OF JULY!
ROUGH and READY
The underriirntd. Joint Committee of Arranir.
menU ol the above namAd Fire Cumninlm. tie?
leateto lnlortn the people o, Ciiioana vicinity,
inai ini-r nave maae arrauEtmema lor utbt.
BR ATI NO THE NATIONS ElKTHDAT IN
than it haa ever been celebrated In Southern II
linois. for the purpose of mailing the affair n
Bucceas ami lurnmmnK means oi enieriaininem
to all, they have spared neither time, labor nor
The celebration will begin on the morning of
"THE FOURTH," WITH A GRAND
With Apparatus through the principal
streets of tho City.
Tho procession will lie headed by the
DuQUOIN SILVER CORNET BAND
HICKMAN BRASS BAND.
and will be undor the direction of
Mayor Lansden, ah Gkand Marshal
ol the day, -Itted br Jai. S. Hwtrxi, Assistant
Chief Engineer of the Fire Department.
Immediately after the Parade the Boat will leave
FOR THE PIC-NIC GROUNDS,
in the Phailv Orove of Kentnckr onnoalte Twen
tieth aireet. Kv--v provision will be made to
render the Piu-mo FIRS l'-CL,ASS In every respect
of overy description will be on the arounda, and
unpeoseu oj nnttuie ana attentive ciierers
arrangements will be made for
D A IT O I 1TG-,
and for thla purpose the Committee have engag
cd Elsenberg'a celebrated Hraiaa Uaxd.
Tub Declaration or Independence
will be read by Hon. J. II. Oberly.and appropri
ate speeches will be delivered by eminent peak
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n... w iuibi .uuw .gibi,, (llu.lu UJ IHV Bit
yet Comet Band.
The day's entertainment will conclude with
A GRAND BALL
in the Evening at
AVasiiinoton II all and Gaude.v,
under the direct management of the best Terpsi
choiran talent in the Fire Department.
Several Fire Companies from abroad hare been
luvneu, ana win prounu-y ue preient,
la conclusion, and on behalf of the above
named Fire Companies, the Committee respect
fully Invite the people ol Cairo and aurroundlng
country to participate in the festivities, and thus
aBslt in making the atrair agrand auccesi and
worthy of the ever glorious " Fourth."
TICKET3 roa ihi PICNIC, Mc.
Children accompanied by their parent, free.
M, J. Howley,
Jos. M. Velrun.
II. T. Martin,
Chai, tihoenincyer. Wm. Schick
CHAS. SHOENMEYER & CO.
All ordei promptly attended to.
NORTHWEST CORNER OF TYASnlNOTON AY
SNUK AND TENTH ST.,
O.Drawtr 13, aoW.
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
TIIK ONLY RELIABLE GIFT ENTERPRISE
IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed In
Ii. X3. SIlTB'a
IMHh Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday, August 6th, 1872.
Two Grand Capitals or
85.000 In Greenbacks !
Two Prlzos $1,000 p
t ive rrizes ouo
Ten Prices 100
One Family Carriage ami Matched Horaea wiih
Hllver-Mounted Harness, worth 1 1, 600.
One Horse and Iluggy wllh Oliver-Mounted liar-
neaa, worm eacn.
One fine-toned Hoaewood Piano, worth 1VX.
Five family aewlns midline, worth SlOUeivh.
7SU40M and silver lerer hunting walohea, wotth
irom iw to SAM each, l.ailln gulil leollnochaliif,
geat'a gol 1 vest chains, solid and double plated
ilier table and ten.poom photograph albJins,
Jewelry, etc., etc.
Whole number of gilts, 0,000. Ticktti limited to
Agents wanted to sell tickets to whom liberal
premiums will be paid.
Mcgie tickets one dollar 1 six tickets fivnilol
Inrs; twelve tickets, ten dollars ; tweuty-tlve
(.Inulara containing a full IM of prises, a de
scription of the manner til drawing, and other
Information In reference 10 the distribution, ill
be sent to anyone orderlus them. All leiteri
must be addressed to L. D.tHNE. Box, SC.
orrn-i, Cincinnati, O.
mi wen 0111 n. nov-wAdlv
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Lkoalizkd iiv State Autiiohitv and
Drawn in I'uiilic in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Olahh F, to he Drawn Juno 29, 1872.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
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Tickets $10; Iiulf Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, 2 CO.
Our lotteries are chartered by the State, are
always drawn at the time named, and all draw.
Ings are under the supervision of sworn com-rni-iloners.
The official drawing will be published in the
ft. Louis papers and a copy sent to purchasers
ofllckeu! ' '
Wo will draw aslmllar scheme the last day of
eiery mouth during the yi-ar 1872.
Remit at our ri.k bv -olofflto money order,
registered letter, draft or express. Hrnd for cir
cular. Address, MURRAY. MILLKK A CO.,
P. O. box 214). tit. Louis, Mo.
too Prliesof. $ loo
" of l,lO
I " of f.00
I 'J " of :mo
'J " of aw
30 " of. tt"i
Sd " of 150
ll " of.. ...... 10O
COO " of 10
Our Homo Advertisers.
I'tsnrUrtMl March 31, MOB.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A, It. 9AFFORD, President;
H. B. TAYLOR, Vice-President ;
H. HYHLOP.Hecretarrand Treasurer.
P. M. IUbclat, Cuas. Oauuhiu,
F. II. HTocarniH, Pail (i. Bcnvii,
R. U. Cu.nninoium, 11. p, Hallidat,
J. U, Pultun.
Deposits ol any Amoant Received Irom
Tess Cent Upwards.
LNTKRE8T paid on deposits at the rale ol six
percent, per annum, March 1st and Septem
ber 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is r.dJcd tmme.
dlately to tie principal of the deposits, thereby
g'vlng them compound interest.
MARRISD WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
SO THAI KO ONI tilt CAN DaAW IT.
Open every business day from V a.m. to 3 p.m.,
hdu ruuuruay evening lor BAYiau llt-U3lia
only, irom ems o'ciock
W, HYHLOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. H ALU DAY, President ;
HENRY L. HALLIDAY, Vice-President
A. U. UAPFORD, Cashier I
WALTER UY8LOP, Assistant Cashier,
Btaats TAVLoa, Koiist H. Ccnmnouam,
HEvar L. IUlupat, W. P. Hallidat,
Uio, I). Williamson, Bteniin liixn
A. 0. SArrotn,
Ks channel, Volss and Colled Ntales
Bossds BotSKht and Hold.
F.P0SIT3 received, and s general Unking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HURD, President 1
ROBERT . MIL mER, Vice-President
O. N, HUGHES, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE,
EXCHANGE, coin, bsok notos and Uoilod
Ulales securities bought and sold.
s Tlsns BBallsi.
SIGN OP THE
sVILaam 9 fKSss
74 OHIO, LEVEE,
O A IB O.
Wholesale nd Retail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull stock of Pure Drugs nnd
For the season I also a full lino of
Aud Painters Materials generally.
Do you wish to receive all the Lenedt I rem
fc-SAKATOOA, N. Y.,
tar HLUK LICK, Ky.
Without the exnen.H nf n. trln tn thrum reanrta.
If so. alJDlv to Us. We receive these urAtera -Ii.
rect fram the spring., an-1 are prepared to fur
nish them pure, ICK COLD, Fresh anil Lltrly
from our counter. Persons living at a distance,
or who wish to have the water In their houses,
ran he supplied with Saratoga In bottles and Dine
Lick in bottles, kegs and barrel. Call and get
n circular In regard to the medicinal virtues ol
these notel waters.
Also a comiiletn line of toilet articles. Im
ported anil American Soaps,
II A I It,
together with a Urge assortment of Druggists
An effectual preventive ot Cholera, Typhoid
t-ever, rmall.l'ox, bcarlet Fever, Messeu, Cat
tlo Disease, and all pestilential and ronlsgious
dlsesses. It is put up In pastlMisrd cartons, the
tops of which contain perforations, from which
it can be sprinkled as from a penper hoi, old
'y IHKCLAY IIIUW.
The retail price Is 1't cents per package,
(Proceedings of the Hoard of Health Official.)
OrFica Uoaan or Hsalvh, Hv. Ijh-is. Vil Mar,
1671. The resident physicians states that he hss
used, in the city hospital, the carbolic ai-ht
puwiler and finds It the best disinfectant and
destroyer of bugs, ants, cck kroaWif i Ac, ol
which he lis. knowledge. Tour committee re
commends the purchase of this ponder. for use
in the hospitals.
(Signed, It. 11. O'llRlKN,
Clerk llnurd nl Health.
We erenow in reeelnt fa fresh stock of
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
ROI1ERTWOOD. THOS. 8-ROOT.
ROBERT NVOOD 4 CO.
1,1.18 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa,
STATU A RY
FLO ATI NO SWANS
WATER LILI ES
For Decorating Fountains
VERANDAHS, bUUMUK HOUSED,
MtBORS, CHAIRS, HETIEES, Ac, Ac.
NEW STYLE WHOUaUT-lllON RAILING lor
Front of Houre and Cwmotcrlcs. Never before
CAST AND WROUOIIT-IRON RAILINGS for
Public lluildlngs. and Hnuares, Cemetery Lots,
and Unrdeu Fence, llalc-onlea, Roof Crestijgs,
etc., in great variety of Patterns,
I It D.N riTAIHS. bulral and straight, ol ynrlnm
rallerns aud styles, bpvcial attention given this
nla.B of work,
LAMP POSTS, for Fronts of Public lluildlngs,
Hotels, and City streets, ol Pialu and Elaborate
8 1'AULE FITTINGS, of Cast and Wrought-Iroii.
of New Improved Stylce, such as Hay Racks,
Stall Divisions, Mangers, Harness Hrackrts, Gut
ters, Traps, Ventilators, &c.
WIRE WORK of overy description. Wire
Guards of Crimped Wire. Galvanised or Painted,
In Plain or Ornutncnial Patterns, fur Store Doors
or Winnows, Kwtory and Warehouse Windows,
Ra lings for Offices, Hanks, Counter Railings'
llalconiea, Lawn iud Farm Fences, Ac, Ac.
GATES for emrnr.ee to Cemeteries. Public
Squares aed Gentlemen's Country Seats, of Gas
TubingorWrought.lron, both alnglo ktid double,
In elaborate and Simula designs,
DRINKING FOUNTAINS, lor street uses. A
very largo assortment of designs cxprersly for
CAST-jRON URINAL I10XE3, for public parks
and city streola.
OVAL VASE.H, latest styles, centennial patUrn.
, IUTCH1NO POdTS, Jockey, Coolie, Sambo and
UEA1. KfVI'ATi: AUKNtJY.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (hecond floor) ohio levkh,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELE
And pceparo Conveyances of Klndr!
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
f OHJf II. OIIEBI.Y aft CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 1 2th
Btreot aud Washington avenue,
All kln-U of Binding and Ruling done st the
Very lowest tr ce. Havinir en.u.,i th ..m.
cea of Mr. Huela, who haa haj many years
experieuce In 0110 of best Hlnderles of St. Louis,
to auperlnteud tnia establishment, we can con
fldantly promlseour patront work squal to that
ot nay iilndtry in lb west.
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN KVMIY FAMILY.
SOME OF ITS ADVANTAGES).
It cooks quickly and moro thoroughly with leas
fire I linn any other way.
Fopd cooked the old way loses one.thlrd of Its
wcight.-cooked In this steam vessel, It only loses
one eighth, iho savings in this way will soon
pay Its cost.
FOOD CANNOT 1IE BURNED.
It Will BOIL,
AMD STIC AM
more perfectly than any utensil Used for cither
purpose now in use. "-
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Meat atAweil. Smlla.,1 i l..ll..! j. ,li. .
1 , .. n ' m inn manner
Us a better flavor, and is easier digested than
whan cooked In the old way.
NO lKAR OP DYSPEPSIA.
II m.l.. . s..t ..I... n 1. ....
h i.i. .I... uvv. uu. si s poor one.
and agood cook better than before.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
Ills the. only utensil In ue that is warranted
not tn Utile. Bti!!.' IN P, inuiNn ... 7i-i 1.-
cu'nstance, Agents make morn money selling
: ! .luci.niini ior every in
telligent housekeeper in the country wants one,
ANY ONE WIbIIINO TO BUY RIGHTS OR
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or address
W. J. BURNETT,
5-MfilAw Thornton's lllock.lothst., Cairo, III
I MM IOR ANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, ) For hi. t FOR SALE,
OR SALE. J ForBaie 1 FOR BALE.
Fare from Liverpool,
Fnro from Londonderry
Faro from Glasgow,
Faro from Queenitown
'10 CAIRO, s :::::: ; $48-20
.-fatlord. Morris Ca
Liverpool New. York and Philadelphia
vaosa covrsACT with cattso statu ass saivisa
For Carrying tbe Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
OS Vl'atHEB ISrOlMATION
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
15 Broadway, New. York, or to
Washington Avenue, Cairn. nils. 51
BEERWART, 0RTH & CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TINWARE, HOLLOW
W I IR, E CLOTH
for Window Screens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
ic, (Sec., ic.
CRADLES, &c, &c.
Also manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper Ware:
Sole Agents for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Moveable Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS',
6CANTLIN & cook's
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS'..
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY"
srrautcd n aura cure lor smoking chlrnnlei
MEN WANTED !
EXTRA IDU OEMENTSI
The Cairo A Ht. Louia It. R. Co. want 600 mem
at once, to work on the line of their road In.
Alexander county, Irom fl to IS tnllea north ot' L
Cuiro, Illinois, -
IMtlCE.-J.-For station work, light (III, twsnt.
cents (2uo.j per yi rd. Choppers, (12 60) two do!--lars
and fifty cents per day. Day men on grade,,
t S'i IU) two dollars and iwentr-Bve cents per day..
Board 14 00 ner week. Prompt payments la cash .
gaursoteed by the Company.
APP'l JUHN MULVKV; i
Sup'ton the work.