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11HE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 1872
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THE BULLETIN.
JOHN If. ODEKLT, Editor nnd Publisher.
SUNDAY
Junk 30, 1672,
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!).- week, by carrier, .
One year by carrier. In advance
ma month. 17 man,.
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Tit DOLLAR WEEKLT BULLETIN.
John 11. Oberly A Co. have reduced the sub
scription pnc of the Weekly Clro Bulletin to
Om Dollar ptr itm.m. making ft the cheapest pa.
perpnbllehed In Southern Illinois.
Oood Enough
D M 00RAT1C TICKET.
arraa where yoo nee that while, hat
hlne.
rnltl the foe la down 1
Aael be the word alone the line,
Ureclejr and ertsta Brown."
FOR FRE81DENT,
HORACE GREELEY,
of Now York j
POR VICE l-RESIDENT,
B. ORATZ BROWN,
of Missouri.
The ticket nominated by tho Liberal
and Democrats, at Springfield, will bo
oloctcd in November, or elto tho signs of
the timeijlio moit ibamofully. All tho
whittling of the Grant nion, all tliolr loud
talk, and all tho monoy they Jmay ipeni
willjjorvo no purposo in nttomptlng to
avoid dofoat. Tho peoplo have determin
ed to sweep thorn from power.
The Chicago 'Times' insists that Cool-
baugb, one of tho delegates at large from
this Stato to Baltimore, is an aoti-Qroeley
man and represents nine-tenths of the
Democrats of Illinois. The charge was
made in convention that Mr. Cool-
baugh was not a Oreoley man
and his friends indignantly denied the
charge, protesting that he was Oreoley to
tho backbone. If he should prove a traitor
In that dolegation he will be compelled to
fight n battlo in which he will suroly go
down defeated.
Good Enough
DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.
PREAMBLE.
Wo, tbo Liberal Republicans of the
United States in Convention assembled at
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following princi
ples as essential to just government:
DEAD ISSUES BTJRIKD.
1. "We recognize tho equality of all
men before the law, and hold 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
WHATEVERNATIONAL1TY, 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 TnE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENTS OF
THE CONSTITUTION.
UMVEtlNAL AMSKSTY,
3. Wo demand tho immodiato and ab
solute removal of all disabilities imposed
on account of the rebellion which was
finally subdued soven years ago, Uelloving
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY "WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
THE COUNTRY
DEMOCRATIC TO THE CORE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard the
rights of all citizons moro securely than
any centralized power. Tho people and
the public welfare require 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 liberty consistont
with public order, for tho stato solf-gov-ernmcnt,
and for tho nation a return to
tbo mothods of poaco and tho constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TRUE AN l'REAC'IIIXU."
5. Tho civil service of tho government
has becomo a moro instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and an
object of selfish greed. It is h scandal
and roproach upon free Institutions, and
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tho
perpetuity of republican government.
THEREFORE A WINE DEMAND
0. Wo thoroforo regard u THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
11s one of the most pressing necessities of
the hour; that honesty, capacity and fidol
ity conslituto tho only valid claims to pub
lic employment , that tho offices of tho
government ccaso to bo a matter of arbi
trary favoritism and patronage, and that
public station become again tho post of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
TAKiri'QUKNTIOSr BIIOVED ABIDE.
7. Wo demund a system of federal tax
atlon which shall not unnecessarily inter
fere with the industry of tho people, nnd
which shall provido the moans nccossary
to pay U10 expenses ot tbo govorninont,
economically aurniiiiittt'red tlio pension
tho interest on tho public debt and a mod
orate annual reduction of tho principal
thereof, and recognize that there aro in
our midst honest but Irreconcilable dif
ferences of opinion with regard to tbo re
spective systems of protection and froe
trade. WE REMIT THE DISCUS
SION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICTS, AND THE DECISION OF
CONGRESS THEREON, "WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTERFER
ENCE AND DICTATION
KO REPUDIATION,
8. Tho public credit must bo sacredly
maintained, and wo DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATION in every form and guise.
KINU Or TIIK TRUE METAL.
0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
alike by the highest considerations of com
mercial morullty and honest government
A WORD rOR TIIK NOLDIER IIOVN.
10. Wo romembor with gratitudo tho
sacrifices of tho soldiers and sailors of the
republic, und no act of ours shall ever
detract from their Justly earned fame, or
the full rewards or their patriotism.
A VAUNT, LAX D ROURERN !
11. "We are opposed to all further grants
of land to railroads or other corporations
THE PUBLIC DOMAIN Hliohl.n nv.
HELD SACRED TO ACTUAL 8ET-
T Li KKS.
LIBERAL rOUEIUN POLICY.
12. Wo hold that it is tho duty of the
corerntnent in its intercourse with foreign
nations to cultivate friendships of peace
by treating with all on fair and equal
terms, regarding it alike dishonorable
eumir 10 aetnanu what is not rignt or sub
mit to what is wrong.
"EVERYBODY INVITED."
IS. For tbe promotion and success of
theso vital principles, and the support of
Lj .kM.l lain. " I.. A-.A 1 ,1 1
IUO GBUUMftVM jiuiaJ iiiauui nv in I invnn-
P' ' ( tlon, we InvlU and cordially welcome the
, MV0pftrauon 01 an patriotic citizens, with
V MiHl PTlou political affl U atio.
Thk Liberal Republicans of this Con
gressional District havo organizod a cen
tral committee, of which Mr. N. L. Wick
wire, of Cairo, has boen appointed chair
man. Tliey propose to hold a congressional
district nominating convention, in this
city, on tho day appointed for holding the
Democratic nominating convention. This
movemont, as we understand it, is in the
Interest of Gen. J. Blackburn Jones, who
desires tho coalition nomination for con
gress. AN ANTI-GREELEY INTRIGUE.
Wilier F. Storey, with all his faults
has an Immense influence over the man
aging Democratic politicians of Illinois.
Hon. J. C. Robinson, Hon. S. S. Mar
shall, nnd Mr. Georgo R. Wendling, with
othor "leaders, " at tho late state conven
tion, Uollberatoly entered into a move
ment, inaguratcd by Storey and backed by
Long John Wentworth and Leonard
Swett, to "fix things" to conciliate the
Chicago Times.' With a full knowledge
of the fact that Storey, Fuller and Cool
baugh wcro all anti-Greeloy mon,
theso Democratic politicians became
Storey's nnd Fuller's alllos,
in tho work of foisting Coolbaugh on tbo
convention. And they made the work
successful. They protested thoy wore
Greeley mon all tho lime, Coolbaugh was
sound. How do they now liko the success
of thoir intrlguo?Mr. Storey turns around
and complacently declares that nine-tenths
of tbe Democrats of Illinois aro anti
Grcoloy men, that tho chairman of tho Il
linois delegation to tho Baltimoro conven
tion is an anti-Grcoly man, and that tho
attempt to keep Coolbaugh off tho delega
tion proves a deliberate purposo to "pack"
tho delegation for Greeley. Tho truth is,
tho old Democratic wheel-horses" wero
too numerous in tho Springfield conven
tions, and Bomo of " tho young Democratic
wheel-horses," liko Wondling, wore led
into temptation, and by being patted on
tbo back wero used by Storoy ,and his
cliquo of admirers. This cliquo, with their
allies, tho Democrats, who liko Robinson,
and Marshall and O'Brion, fear Mr. Sto
roy's whip, and fall into lino whenever ho
cracks it, or meekly beg that ho shall deal
gently with them for disobedience into
which tho peoplo may havo forced thom,
woro used by Storey in tho late convention
In putting McCormick down and Cool
baugh up, thoy made a great mistake.
foro 1 egret to see, In remarki about Mr.
Wall, outcropping or the old Radical
prejudices. We are not one of those who
believe Mr. Wall to be the only man in
this district who has a tight to claim the
nomination. Indeed, we have no personal
reason to prefer Mr. Wall to anybody,
and if personal considerations had
any influence with Thk Bulletin, the
spirit of retaliation would surely
lead ua in opposition to Mr.
Wall, who has always been care
ful to stand with those gentlemen of
tho Democratic party of Alexander a
very formidable array of the Democratic
loaders of Cairo indeed, all of them who,
until very recently, have been very per
sistent in their personal and political en
mity to us. But, in this contest, we have
no recollection of the put have no friend
ships to reward and no enmities to punish.
The Bulletin is the friend of every per
son who is the friend of the good cause,
and the enemy of every person who is its
foe. We therefore desire the strongest
candidate for Congress. In our opinion
Judge Crawford is the man who should be
nominated. He is the strongest man be
fore the people in this district. He may
not be worthy of this high honor,
but the fact remains nevertheless,
and we have no doubt he
could be elected to Congress by a large
majority ; and we believe he would be a
faithful representative. But he will not,
we are told, accept the nomination, and is
out of the contest. Next to Crawford we
believe Wall to be the strongest man(
and have no doubt he could be elected.
He is able, vigorous, and has a host of en
thusiastic personal friends who will work
for him with untiring zeal. Gen. Jones
and Mr. Hartzel are both ablo and strong
men. To support either of them would af
ford us pleasure but we cannot but be
lieve that Mr. Wall would make a more
formidable candidate than either of them.
Tho talk about his old time copperheadism
is all bosb, and will have no influence with
any Liberal who is not ready to crawl
on his bolly back into the Radical party.
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL.
OUR
CONGRESSIONAL
DIDATES.
OAN-
hlmself. "The tunnel. With good man
agement 1 can do the deed in the long tunnel
just beyond Sunoh" and with a heavy
smile on hi manly features, he grace
fully lifted his carpet-bag from the floor,
unlocked it, and drew forth a snowy shirt
with nice frilled bosom. Then iron
anothor recess drew he a little packot,
containing a pair of handsome sleeve
buttons and a sot of studs, which woro
quickly adjusted in their proper places.
Casting a careful glance from the window,
he saw the train was not far from the tun
nel where tbe metamorphosis was to take
place, and so he turned his back upon the
passengers and began to loosen sundry
buttons In short, prepared to shuck him
self. Presently the eventful moment
came. The iron horse plunged into the
dark recosse of the tunnel, and tho car
was shrouded in impenetrable darkness.
Presently a ray of light gleamed in fan
tastic shapes along the rugged wall of the
tunnel, and by its faint glimmer a strug
gling flguro was discernabie
in the direction of tbo
young man's seat. As the light becamo
stronger it gyrations grew more frantic.
Its great long arms, incased in white,
lashed wildly about as though In the
agony of despair, and finally, when with
a shriek of Jor the ena-lne dashed Intn ihn
daizllng sunlight, it sank into its seat ap-
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parouwy vrmuvu wim luoriincaiion ano
chagrin.
The ladies screamed with terror and hid
their blushes at the unusual apparition.
Strong men crushed their handkerchiefs In
their mouths and nearly choked with emo
tion. The figure reclined motionless on
the soft cushions, until some one, with
more courage than the rest, advanced to
ascertain who and what it was. Finally,
tho terrible truth was rovealed. The
white covering was lifted, and beneath ap
peared the features of our young friend,
clothed in carnation's richest hue. The
mystery was soon explalnod. He had got
ten the Cheviot off, but alas I in his hurry
and excitement he had forgotten to unfas
ten the collar fastening of the elegant
white frilled front. Horror I It would
not go over his head I
Our Liberal Republican friends cannot
deny that the Democrats of tho nation and
Stato havo actod, in tho prosent exigency,
with pairiotlc disinterestedness. It is
not suroly too much to expect of them
that they will not fail to profit by this ex
ample. Nevertheless, wo fear there is
somo disposition manifesting itself among
our Liberal friends in this part of the
Stato to not take our patriotic cxamplo as
their rulo of actlou. This disposition, wo
take, crops out very frequently in side
blows at Mr. Wall, whoso desiro to obtain
the nomination for Congress somo of the
Liberals, who profer Genoral Jones, de
precate. "Wall," they will tell you, "can
' not obtain tho Liberal voles of tho dis
'trlct, becauso ho has been a hard-shell
'Democrat, but Gen. Jones can." Suppose,
in reply, wo woro to say, " Jones cannot
'obtain tho Democratic votes of
'the district, because ho has beon
'a bard-sholl Republican an abuser
'of tho Democratic party." Such
an assertion would mako all our Liberal
friends justly indignantly, and they would
all truthfully assort that tho old projudico
bad still u strong hold upon us that wo
woro not ripe for tho patriotic duty which
tow iloinands our support that wo were
still in tbo slough of political folly. How
then can our Llboral friends justify such
lunguago In thoir own mouths ? Is it ex
pected of tho Democrats to yield every
thing, and to patiently hear the Liberals
assert that thoy will yiold nothing of Uteir
prejudice ugalnst men? If our Demo
cratic men say: "Wo deny allegianco
' to old Issues and proclaim for Llboral
' views on now issues, " is it too much to
ask of Liberals that Liberal men
shall reply. -Vo accept your
pledge) we believe you honest; we will
' bury tho prejudices of the past j wo will
'trust you, and in mutual cunfidonoo and
' mutual support go forward to victory?"
We beliovo we have a right to ask this
much of Liberal Republicans, and there
Sir Edward Landseer has become in
sane
Gen. Wade Hampton of South Caro
lina intends to reside on Long Island.
A colored orator of North Carolina
wished his "voice could be heard from the
Colantic to the Exsiflc ocean."
Empress Eugenie is about to undergo
an operation for a diseaso of the face that
will probably disfigure her for life.
A Baltimore paper gives as ono among
a largo number of reasons for supporting
Grcoloy that 'he has no talent for bull
pups."
A son of Sdward Rotz, republican
candidate for state treasurer, was drowned
on Friday evening at East St. Louis while
bathing in tho rivor.
The Dotroit Frte Press says if Grant's
exponses aro ton thousand dollars a year
moro than his salary, and in three years
ho manages to lay by over half a million
dollars, what's tho use of bringing out any
moro arithmetics?
Judgo David Davis has finally de
clined the nomination of the "Labor Re
formers." This knocks still another prop
from under the hopes of the Impra:ticables,
and leaves thom nono but Victoria Wood-
uull to endow with their Presidential
candidacy. Perhaps thoy had better tako
her. It would damage not at all their
chances for success. Courier-Journal
On Monday two of the compositors em
ployed on tbe New York Albion agreed to
set one thousand ems (solid brevier, 28
ems wide) for the purpose of deciding
which candidate they would support in
the coming Presidential campaign. One
of thom, Harry B. Henon, is a strong
Greeley man, while the other, W. J.
Thompson, is a supporter of Grant. The
conditions wero that the man who lost
should become a supporter of the other's
candidate. The contest commenced at one
o'clock. Uonon sot his thousand ems in
fortysix minutes, Thompson coming to the
mvrk two minutes later. Thompson says
that the old whito hat is always in luck.
N. Y. Sun.
MAKING A SHIFT,
THE PIRIL Of CHANGING LINEN IN THE
CARS AN XUBARRABMINO MEDICA
MENT.
I From the Bad Francisco Chronicle.
A good story came in with the over
land train Monday nlcht. Amone the
passongers was a young man possessed of
a judicious spirit of economy and a pardon
ablo sharo of vanity. The Judicious econ
omy was made manifest to the other occu
pants of the car by tho fact that the young
man woro plain doming ana a single
Cheviot shirt, all tho way from Chicago :
and for tbo pardonable vanity well, bow
that becamo apparent is where the joko
camo in. Ho bad only been to the east on
a visit, and the girl ho left behind him had
boon notified in advance of his approach.
and, in company with a few other friends,
was to moei nttn at in lies- siauon. vis
ions of rapture floated through his brain,
and. seating himself in a secluded corner
of tho car, ho poured forth bis spirit's
gladness in a gush of melody, somewhat
as thus:
"Home again, home asalo,
From a foh'hoh.ralgn shore ;
Anil, oh I until myio.o-oul with Joy
'lo me-he-ett my friends once more."
Suddenly be hushed bis notes of joy and
reached for his carpet-bag.
Tbo appalling idea flashed across his
mind that tbe shirt which had dono him
such good service which has clung to
him during tbo toilsome journey across
two thousand miles of mountain, plain
and desert was not exactly the thing to
appear in when one wished to intensify
an already good impression. It cor
tainly wouldn't be tbo clean thing, be
said to himself it wouldn't be justice to
tbe shirt. So he resolved to change it
But how? The car oontained several
lady passengors, and they watched
everything that was going on around
them with an assiduity that did honor to
the sox. Ah, hat str-r-rato-gy, my
boy I" said this resolute young man unto
MAZZINl'S LAST DAYS-
When I first saw Mazzlni it was in bis
little room at Brompton, where he was
surrounded by every sign of property.
He bad means, but be never spent them
himself. Even while I was tboro a poor
Russian came, and Mazzini freely gave
him money. His hair was gray, his face
thin and pale; the lower part of tho faco
indicated suffering, but the high brow was
serenco. His oyes, the most remarkable I
have ever seen, wero radiant with every
variety of feeling, now expressive of
emotion, now brimming with humor. He
laughed through his eyes only. Ho had a
noble mien, lie was frank this conspira
tor, and uhlld-like in simplicity. Ho Kept
near him a large map of Europe, which was
dotted all over with marks ah I what
earthly stars of hope did they stand to bis
eye I He conversed about the events of
the timo in every country, from the re
motest east to the far west, with a famili
arity which was astonishing, but at tho
same timo he held in his hands with equal
case all tho threads of his wide personal
relationship; romenborod children's
names or ages, and never forgot the poor
est or obscurest. I remember once hav
ing a discussion with him on somo philo
sophical subject. Tbo next day be went to
Switzerland, and was absent for a year
and a half. On his return I met him at a
friend's house, and he began the samo dis
cussion at the precise point whero it was
broken off. "1 ou were saying, etc." As
Mazzini'a body grew thinner and weaker,
his mind seemed to be renewed, day by
day, and the last expressions which I
beard from him seemed to be tbe finest.
At the very hour of his death an article
from bis pen written while bo was in
bed with doath's hand upon him appeared
in tbe 'Romo of the People.' It was a se
vere criticism on Renan, and certainly as
brilliant a paper as be ever ponned.
it must nave been irom tbo writing or
that sparkling paper, in which tho failure
m no nbre or rorco can bo detected, that
Mizzini turned to write the last letter
which his friends over received from him.
It was written on March 4, and was om
inously sad. Ho alluded to tho death of
old friends in England that of Mr. Stan
field's father and of Prof. Casey and also
to have met an old patriot with whom he
had worked in early years, but whose
mind ho now found a wreck. Theso events
ho seemed to feol deeply, as tho falling
away of old comrades who beckoned him
to follow. Ho then alluded to tho bright
est of all tbe gleams, perhaps, that nad
fallen upon his life a large
meeting of Italians, to the number
of two thousand, which had
met and unanimously adopted tbe Mazzln
1st progamme for Italy, and declared him
their leader. The tidings of this meeting
reached him while he was feeling that
trouble in tbe chest and throat which
ultimately caused his death. Concerning
this grand meeting he writes, in tho letter
of March 4: "Only I think rathor sadly
that all this comes too late for tbo help
which I feol I might have given. What
can I do now except writing a few
articles weak, shattered, breathless as I
am nominis umbral" Neverthloss I
bave llttlo doubt that it was through a last
desperate effort to respond to that noble
call of the Italian meeting that be rose
from his sick-bed in Lugano and made bis
way to Pisa, thoro to die M. D. Conway,
in Harper's Magazine for July.
BOOK BINDERY.
0AI11O CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOB II. OBERLT CO.,
rioriiiroii,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
Cairo, Illlinos.
All kln le of Binding and Rullnc done at tbe
rerr lowest prices. liaring engaied the lem
ces of Mr. Huels, who hu had many yesrs
experience In one of best binderies ofBt. Uouis.
to superintend this establishment, we can con.
fldenlljr promlieour patrons work equal to ttt
ol anr Bindery Id the west.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
Axil
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (second vloob) ouio levee,
cairo, ills,,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELE
And peepar Cooreyaaces of Klndi!
A. SUSANKA,
Proprietor
MAGNOLIA SALOON
And Dealer in Foreiga and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
97 Ohio Levee,
Between Ninth and Teath Streets,
Caib, III.
deelTtf
Our Homo Advortisors.
COMHHHiesi AMD reKWABMNO,
Z. D. MAT11UBSJ.. K. 0 .DHL
MATH UBS & l)HL,
yOEWAEDIliTO
AND GENERAL
OommissionMerchants
dealers in
FIOTTB, GKR-A-XIT:
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
MO. 61 OHIO LEVEE.
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AMD
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roB FAIRBANKS SCALES,
kloo Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E. B. Ilendricas A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AMD
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal Adrancemenis made azSf
s upon OonilgoBientf. Eil
Are prepared to recelre, store and lorward
freight to all polots and buy and
sell on conmlmoD,
ssBTBiiaiaeaa attended to promptly.
WOOD BITTKNHOUSK,
FLOUR
AMI
General Connnisaion Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
SDTTER & BIERWIRTH,
GLASS STAINERS,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
ST. LOV IB, MO.
Stained, Enameled, EmboMed and ground Glass
or etery description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TOCUCRCll
WOBK. aw Orders from all parts of the country
ornptly attended to. 5-31 dAw 3m "
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John II. Plillln.)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMD
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AMD
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
CAIRO, ILLS.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors toStratloo, Hudson Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
And
-COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
BKfUS).
CLOSE & VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
AMD
DBALBE3 XJBT LIMB,
Ceueht, Plaster Paris,
AND
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
Corner Elgtitts Street smd Ohie Lewee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTIOK
MHBOHANT;
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
Cairo, Ills.
LAWYERS.
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
er't, J OAMO, ILLINOIS.
William II.Qreen
William B Qllberl
Milea F. Gilbert
sseTSpecia. attentitn girea to Admiralty and
teamboat business.
OEEIOE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OYER
CITT NATIONAL BANK.
LLEN, MULKKY & WHEELER
ATTORNEYS,
AMD
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, ") .. .. .
John H. Malkey, V CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Samuel F.WbMler.J
Particular attention paid to rlrer and ad.
miraiiy Business,
OFFICE Oyer First National Bank, Ohio Leyee.
" 8100 IN ONE WEEK.
Tn .n..ii..H man who can do business on the
aiilet. i guarantee" on Immense fortune, easily.
.7 wJm lWBleeksr street, Mew York
SIGN OF THE
BARCLAY BROTHERS.
74 OHIO, LEVEE.
C .A-1 R 0 .
Wholesale nd Retail
IDTTGKMST S
AND
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull stock of Pure Drug and
MBDICIFBS.
PAINTS,
OILS,
AND COLORS
For the seaeon ; also a full line of
PAINT,
VARNISH,
AND ARTISTS
BRUSHES,
Aud Palnten Materials generally.
EaAal
Do you with to receive all the benefit Iron)
the celebrated
MEDICINAL WATERS
-OF-
jsiTSARATOOA, N. V.,
and
tST BLUE LICK, Kv.
Without the expenee of a trip to those retort.
If eo.apply to ua. We recelre theiewaten di
rl frem the iprlnjr, and are prepared to tur-
limn iiiciii iuir. JI.E, .UHUi rrrsil uu ijiici
from our counter. l'eron lirlnz at a distance,
or who wlili to he the water In their homes,
can be tupplled with Saratoga In bottlea. and Blue
L.1CK in uoiiiee, Keg ami barrel. i;nii anu gei
aclrcular In roard to the medicinal Tlrlues ot
these noted waters,
6-lMtf
Also a complete line ot toilet articles, tin-
unneu anu American noapi,
COLOGNES,
P03IADES,
EXTRACTS,
nAIR,
TOOTH
AND NAIL
BRUSHES,
ToKcUier with a large assortment of Iuugglsts
I Sundries and
FAJSTOX" GOODS.
CARBOLIC ACID
DISINFECTING POWDER.
An eftoctusl prerentlre ot Cholera, Typhoid
FeTcr, cmall.I'ox, Hcarlet Fever, JteaseU, Cat.
tie Diseane, and all pestilential and contagious
diseases. It Is put up in pastboard cartons, tlifi
tops of which contain perforations, from which
It can be sprinkled as from a pepp'r box. Hold
by HARCLAT 111103.
The retail price is 21 cents per package,
(Proceedings of th Board of Health Official.)
Ornca Uoird or Huliu, Hi. Lous, KM Hay,
1871. The resident physicians states that he has
used, in the city hospital, the carbolic acid
powder, and finds It the best disinfectant and
destroyer of bugs, ants, cockroaches, Ac, ol
which he has knowledge. Tour committee re
commends the purchase of this powder;for use
In the hospitals,
(Signed! R. II. O'llBIEN,
Clerk Hoard ot Uealth.
We are now In receipt cf a fresh stock of
UOAT NTOREN.
SAM WILSON,
D I A L I a I
OROUERIES.
PROVISIONS ETC.
No. 110
Ouia Levse Cairo, III.
oanxas riOMMLr rtllio
UAH aVITTEBM.
II . T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
A AllSIM
1AN riXTUHES.
Oaa Fitter's and Plumber's materia), Woo
pumps, glebo and angle Tnlres, atop
cocke, check valves, eto.
ALSO A0KMT VOA
Tnlta Brottiera Patent Dry Oaa Met r
And Morehouso. Wells A Co'h Automatlo Watet
Indicator aud Supply Valve for steam boilers.
WINTER'S BLOCK, COUUERCIAL-ATENU
NEW LIVERY STABLE,
TENTH STREET,
BETWEEN WASIi'N AVENUE ANU WALNUT
I) r. 11. F, Fields Informs the public that he has
opened a
L I V li 11 V S T A 11 L li,
ou the norlhvtost side of Tenth street as named
above.
nUbtablea Hill bo furnished with none but the
BEST HOISBS
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at all hour
of the dnv and night with safe teams on tho LOW.
K3T TKllMS,
Dr. Fields oaks a sh ol public patronage,
and will endeavorto merit It by fair dealing anil
strict attention to business.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARQEBT VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
border of Mine teeutb atrMttutsl Cem
iBcrelal Avestup,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
0. O. PA TIER.
FOURTH OF JULY!
1776. 1872.
GRAND CELEBRATION
BY THE
ARAB, HIBERNIAN,
and
ROUGH and READY
rFIIRIHl COMPAMTJS.
The underrtcned. Joint Committee of Arranie
menu ol the above aamad Fire Companies, beg
leave to Inlorm the people oi Calioana vicinity,
that they have made arraacemenU for CELF.-
unAiuiu tun ...iiwiio oinismi in
GRANDER STYLE
thaa It has ever been celebrated in Southern Il
linois. For the purpose of making the affair
success and furnishing means ol entertain men t
to all, they have spared neither time, labor nor
expense.
The celebration will begin on the morning of
"THE FOURTH," WITH A GRAND
FIREMAN'S PARADE,
With Apparatus through the prinoipal
streets of the City.
The procession will be headed by the
DuQUOIN SILVER CORNET BAND
AND
HICKMAN BRASS HAND. 4(
and will be under the direction of
Mayor Lanbden, ah Grand Marsual
ot the day, assisted by Jss. H. Mwavmi, Assistant
.ctiier Engineer or tlie Fire Depariineoi.
Immediately after the Parade tbe Boat will leave
FOR THE PIC-NIC GROUNDS,
In the Phady Grove of Kentucky opposite Twen
tieth street. Every provision will be made to
render the l'ic-nlc F1IUT-CLAS9 ly very respect
REFRESHMENTS
of every description will be on the grounds, and
dispensed by affable and attentive caterers. Pull
arrangements will be made for
ID A UST G I UST G-,
aud for ttala purpose the Committee have eogag
ed Eiaenberg'a celebrated SvaiRa Bamp,
Tuz Declaration or Independence
will I reader lion. J. ll.Oberly,and approprl
ate speeches will be delivered by eminent speak
ers, will be Interlude.! by select musk by the Oil.
ver Cornet Hand.
The day's entertainment will conclude with
A GRAND BALL
in the Evening at
Washington Hall and Garden,
under the direct manaaementof tluebest Ternsi-
chorean talent In tne Fire Department.
Several Fire Companies from abroad have been
inviieo, ana win prouawy ue preaeni.
in conclusion, and on behalf of the above
named Fire Companies, the Committee respect
fully invite the peopled Cairo and surrounding
country to participate in the festivities, and thus
assist in making the affair a grand auccess and
wormy oi ineevergiorioua - rourin.
TICKETJ roa ibs PICNIC, t"c.
Children accompanied by their parents, free.
Comkittiii
J. Kerth, A.Buaanka, Jos. M. Velruu.
T. Lattner, T. MLovett, II. T. Martin,
IlhnGockvl. M.J.IIowlfv. HarrvHcbuh.
rUKMITUItK.
Chaa. bhoenmcyer.
m. Schick
CHAS. SHOENMEYER Si CO.
TATTTJVTmnDTI TJ nrtlfQ
L' U 1L11 1 I ll lb All Ik II J .UA. kJ. I
UPHOLSTERING
AID
Mattress Manufacturing,
rural tare KettailrlBg,
PICTURE FRAMING,
All orders promptly attended to.
ENTJE AND TENTH ST.,
CAIRO, ILL.
O. Drawer MM. lanttf.
IKON WOHltfl.
PHILADELPHIA
II UN AM KNTAIi I HUN WUKKH
unnruvivnnii Tuna u. tinvr
ROBERT WOOD k CO.
1,1SS Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
FOUNTAINS
VASES
8TATUART
DUCKS
-FLOAT1NU BWANB J
-FR003- Sj
"HAIIill uiiiiafr
-TURTLES, Ao.-
For Decorating Fountains.
VERANDAHS, SUMMER HOUSES,
ARBORS, CHAIRS, BETTEES, o Ao.
NEW STYLE WHOUOHT-IRON RAILINO fo
Krnni ai iimip ana uameieries. fli'sr Deiori
introduced.
CAST AND WROUOHT-IRON RAILINGS fo
Public lluildlnes and Bnuares. Cemetery Lots
and Garden Fences, Balconies, Roof Creating
etc., in great variety of Patterns.
IKON STAIIW. Hplral and atralght, of yarlou
Patterns and styles. Special attentlou given thl
class of work, . ... ,. .,
lamp PUain. ror rronuoi mono uuuaings
Hotels, and City Streets, ot Plain and Elaborai
Deaicna.
HTAULE FITTINGS, of Cast and Wrought'Iron
ef New Imnroved Htvles. such aa liar Rack
Hinll Divisions. Mansers. Uarnesa Brackets. Gut
ters. Trana. Ventilators. Sic.
wiuk. wnHK or evarv ueaoriDtiou. wm:
Guards of Crimped Wire, Galvanised or Painted
in f lain or Ornamental Patterns, for Store Door;
or Windows, Factory and Warehouse Windows1
Railings for Offices, Banks, Counter Railings'
Balconies, Lawn and Farm Fences, Ac, Ac. ,
GATES for entrance to Cemeteries. Pupil;
Squares ai'd Gentlemen's Country Beats, of Ga
TUDingor wrougni-iron, uom siugis uuu.i
in elaborate and simple designs. 7
DRINKING FOUNTAINS, lor street Uses. ,
very large assortment of designs ejtprersly fo
this purpose. .a
ifi'i'-fiinN iirinat. nnyeq. for nubllo narkJ
and city streets. ?
OVAL VAHEH, latest styles, centennial pattern (
UITOUING POSTS. Jockey. Coolie, Sambo an.
dlaln designs. 9
HARDY & GREENWOLD
105 Commercial Avo., noar Athenouru
CAIRO, ILLS.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOE
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaiters an
Shoes.
At Oil P 11 TIP 1
AlBUi rOUWIJUlD UA ait AA11UB
Which thoy sell at the'
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
r." :'n.7. ,h;
ueauesnen win wiv w saurnuu,
gures that defy comvetiUon,

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