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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1872
IN M OBEHLT, Editor and Publisher.
Jolt 2, 1872,
Tsaas or ti Dailv DcLittm i
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i year by carrier, in advance.
line, fituolh by Man,
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John 11. Oberly Co. have reduced the Mib
ption price of the Wm kly Cairo iiunetin to
OMirMraMm. making it the cheapest re
published in Southern Illinois.
I where jom that white but
Vat' I the fon In down
Ana ne tBe worts Nionv. iiie) line
areolcj and Urata Brown."
of New York 5
TOR VICE PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
We. the Liberal Republicans of U10
Tiik war In Mexico is proceeding- regu
A difficulty li brewing In France.
McMahon li spoken of as Their' suc
There can now no longer bo any doubt,
founded on common icnio, that Baltimore
will ratify Cincinnati. Thli thing I fixed.
Loxo John Wentworth, of Chicago, will
oon bring his entire body, largo as it Is,
into tho Democratic party. He feeli
good among Democratic boys.
Jcdoe Davis, Storey's candidate for
President, has declined tho Labor Reform
nomination, Ho will probably flop over
with Storey into Grant's bosom.
Tiik Baltimore 'Sun' (Independent)
judges from Intelligence from all quarter
Hint oven the acmblanco of organized
Democratic opposition against tho Cin
clnnnti Liberal movement no loncor ox-
Senator Trumbull says the expenses of
tho government in 1871, less tho expend!
tures arising In consequence of tho rebel
lion, woro nearly doublo what they were
in 1?H0. Ho declares and proves that tho
War Department and Governmcnt,in 1871,
expended over $300,000,000.
United States in Convention assembled at
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following princi
ples as essential to Juit government:
DEAD IBMJFJ BUBIKD.
1. "Wo recognize tho equality of all
men before the law, and hold that it is
the duty of tho government in its dealings
with tho people to mete out EQUAL AND
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
WU ATEVEUNATIONALITY, RACE,
COLOR OR PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OR POLITICAL.
2. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OP THESE
STATES, KMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUKSTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFThENTH AMENDMENTS OF
S. Wo demand tho immediate and al-
soluto removal of all disabilities imposed
on account of the rebellion which was
finally subdued soven years ago, believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY W1LI
RESULT IN THE COMPLETK PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
DEMOCRATIC TO THE COKE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
'with impartial suffrage, will guard tho
rights of nil citizens more securely than
any centralizod power. The people and
the public welfare require tho SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF TUE HA
BEAS CORPUS. Wo domand for tho
individual tho largest liberty conslttont
with public ordor, for the state self-government,
and for the nation a return to
the methods of peaco and the constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TRUE AN IKEACIIIXG."
6. The civil service of tho government
has becomo 11 mero Instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and an
object of selfish greed. It is a scandal
and reproach upon free institutions, and
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tho
perpetuity of republican government.
THEREFORE A W1ME DEMAND.
0. Wo therefore regard a THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
as one ot the most pressing necessities of
the hour; thai honesty, capacity and fidel
ity constitute the only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that tho offices of tho
government ceaio 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 A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TARIFF QCEHTIOX 8IIOVEO ASIDE.
7. Wo demand a system of federal tax
ation which shall not unnecessarily intor
ferewith tho industry of tho poople, and
which shall provide the means necessary
to pay tho expenses of tho government,
economically administered the pensions,
the interest on the public debt and a mod
erate annual reduction of the principal
thereof, and rocognizo that thero are in
our midst honest but irroconcilublo dif
ferences of opinion with regard to tho re
spective systems of protection and free
trade. WE REMIT THE D SOUS
SION OF THEM TO TUE PEOPLE
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL D1S
TRICTS. AND THE DECISION OF
CONGRESS THEREON, WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTERFER
ENCE AND DICTATION
6. The public ctedit mutt bo tacrodly
maintained, and we DENOUNCE RE-
PUDIATION in every form and guiso.
MIKU OF TIIK TRUE METAL
0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
alike by the highest consideration of Ciim
merclal lnorulity and honest government
A WORD FOR TUB HUMiir.lt MOYN
10. Wo remember with grntitudo the
sacrifices of tho soldiers und sailors of the
11 n 1 1 1.1 1 nnA nit tint rtt nun .liail fut..-
IVIHUHb Mill. ' I MWW " " ' " " BKHII VIVI
detract from their justly turned la mo, or
the lull rewards of their patriotism.
A VAUNT, EASTI HOUIIERH I
11. We aro opposed to ail further grants
f land to railroads or other corporations.
TUB. PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD HE
HELD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET
TLERS. LIBERAL FOUEIUN POLICY.
12. Wo hold that it is tho duty of tho
government in Its Intercourse with foreign
Rations to cultivate friendships of peace
,iy treating with all on fair and equal
f,Urv2. regarding It uliku dishonorable
-.7. . j j . . 1 . 1 1 1 . .
lit " llllir o ueainiiu wum 1. uoi rigni or SUU
I'Hb what I wrong.
i f ' Bwbtob' iwvited."
' 'Jjhl''9l tlM promotion and success of
WW.mm .vlMl J principle, and the support of
Hanna, tho long-haired orator
Indiana, is nothing if not florid in his ut
terances. This is tho way ho declares his
G reel oj ism: "As tho representative of
Indiana to Baltimore, I am for tho whlto
1 hat and labor-hardened hand of Greeley
rather thnn for tho crested plume and
1 blood-stainod hand of Grant I" Go head.
Goou old Horaco has consented to visit
tho Bocton Peace Jubilco. Grant visited
it escorted by n regiment of soldiers, and
surrounded by his military staff. How
will Horace net 7 Like the plain, unpre-
tenttons citizen that ho is, with his old
white hat and coat, unheralded by trumpet
or drum. Horaco lithe typo of tho states
man now demandod by tho times; Grant
of tho soldier.
The United States government has
crawfished out of tho claim for indirect
damages, on which tho Grant administra
tion laid much violent stress. The British
lion frightoned tho military man of tho
White House by loud roaring. The claim
was, to start out with, tho osionco of Injus
tice, and should nevor have been mado ;
but, having been made, it should not have
been yielded at tho demand of England,
insolently and insultingly made.
Tiik Now Orlo.ms 'Picoyuno' has been
seeking after u now presidential candidate
with "harrowing solicitude." Having
cast its oaglo eyo on tho flowing board of
Thanatopsis Bryant it hails him "with en-
1 thuslastic joy as tho thing which wo havo
' sought, und griovod almost to tho point
'of despair at not having found." Tho
1 Picayune ' is almost tho peer in foolish
ness of Bob Toombs and Alox. Stophens.
The ' Picayuno,' in brief, is nn ass.
The Orangemen intend to parado on
tho 12th inst., In Now York, and a riot Is
anticipated. Wo hopo this anticipation
will not bo realized. These Orangemon,
who persist in tho un-American pructlco
of colebrating the victory of a king over
an unfortunate people, and with ribald
jokes and banners and badges, insult the
descendants of tho people humiliated and
enslaved by William, aro unuisanco which
public sentiment should abate ; but any vi
olence offered to them any attempt to
prevent thorn from parading, should bo in
dignantly punished by the law.
The Democrats of Alexandor, Pulaski,
Massac, Union, Williamson, Johnson,
Perry and oven Jackson, with singular
unanimity favor tho nomination of Hon.
Geo. W. Wall for congress. In Jackson
a number of anti-Brush men induced tho
Democratic convontlon to divido tho dele
gation bolweon Wall and Hartzel, but
that nine out of ten of tho masses profor
Wall to Hartzel wo do not doubt. Mr.
Wall is Intimately acquainted with tho
people of the old Tblrtocnth District.
They all respect his honesty and Integrity,
and admiro his ability, and they will not
fall to roll up for him a majority In No
vember, should ho receive tho Democratic
and Liberal nomination.
a late date, in an article headed t 11 Who
shall be our next Congressman," aftor
eulogizing Mr.Wall and speakln- of him
as the probable ' bemocrkUo candidate,
"The question for the republican rjartv
to decide becomes the more important on
account of the personal slrenitth of its
opponent. We can hope for success, only
upon me ground of nominating a man
wnose qualifications eminently nt him ror
the position, and whose record shall give
him a pre-eminence over that of the dem
ocratic candidate. That we nave sucn
men In the republican party, in this dis
trict we rave doubt, but we aro equally
certain that there are some itrlvlng with
all their might to secure tho nomination
who do not possess thoio absolute
pre-rcqulsitcs,and whose nomination would
certainly bring disaster to the tepublican
party if nominated."
JUST A WORD.
Tho friends of Gen. Jonos are laboring
with great Industry to iccuro his nomina
tion for Congress, by the Democrats and
Liborals of this district; and, in activity,
the friends of Mr. Hartzel, who desire bis
nomination, aro not a whit behind those of
Gonoral Jones. It will afford us pleasure
to support eithor of the so gentlemon If ho
bo nominated ; but we must be allowed to
suggest that tho friends of each, knowing
Mr. Wall to bo tho man they must beat,
are a llttlo indiscreot in urging that Wall
should not bo nominated becauso bo has
bocn a Democrat, and in saying ho will bo
weak beforo tho pcoplo because he has
bocn suspected of copperheadlsm. It Is
true Mr. Wall has consistently and per
sistently acted with the Democratic party;
but If that fact is to bar htm from tho pos
sibility of public preferment, we might as
well admit that a Democratic record is
conclusive against a man's hopes of suc
cess boforo tho people, and that the only
duty for Democrats In the future, is to
beg pardon for the past and ask tho privil
ege of voting for Liberal Republicans for
all tbe offices. For one we cannot bo
forced into this position. We are willing
to support able and honest Liberal Repub
licans for any position of public trust, and
In roturn we expect Liberal Republicans
to not hesitate to support good and true
men men who walk abreast with the ad
vanced sentiment of the country, if they
cau find no bettor excuse for hesitation
than the copperhead cry. Mr. Wall has
been dignified in his advocacy of Demo
cratic principles, and has always chal
lenged the admiration of even bis political
opponents, whose respect and friendship
be possesses. To-day he is ono of tbe
Democrats of Egypt who stand well up to
tho front of the column of tho progres
sionists, and in Congress would be a zeal
ous, able and loyal representative of the
principles and doctrines of the Democrats
and Liborals. The copporhead crv should
not be flung at Mr. Wall by his new
THE NEW CONGRESSIONAL DIS-
VOTE OF 1848.
The vote of Illinois, in 1808. was: For
Grant, 260.393 ; for Seymour. 109,143 ; total
vote, 4s9,48 Grant's majority, 61,550.
At the election ror Uongrcisman-ai-Lartte.
in 1870. General Loean (republican)
received 108,801 votes; General Anderson
(democrat) received 146,191 votes; J. W.
Nlcnoli (Temperance), 2,900 votes; Logan
over Anderson, 28,010, Logan over all 20,
At a special election for Conaressman-at-
Lame, in 1871,'Beverldse (republican) re
ceived 187,19) votes; Haves (democrat)
IIU.UI votes; Boveridge's majority, 21,020.
Tho repub'lcan vote of the Stato has
usually boen 56 per cent of tho total vote,
and the democratic vote 46 por cent.
oinco me election oriBUtt, ino otaio nos
been divided into nineteen Concrc'ssionnl
districts. Tho first, second, and third
districts, consist of tho Counties of Cook,
A.SK6, ana uufage. As tho wards ot tno
City cf Chicago has boen changed sinco
no election or i860, it is Impoisibio to givo
a statement of the vote of theso threo
districts separately. Tho followlne is a
detailed statement or the vote or ibub in
the now districts :
FIRST, SECOND, AND
When cortaln men got a pot Idea into
their heads, certain men make great fools
of themselves. Tho Incorrlgiblo frco
traders tho men of tho League who be
liovo there is no issue but frco trado aro
just now raising Old Ned because Greeley,
a protectionist, Is the candidate of tho men
who believe that wo should have a free
country beforo wo reach after the boon of
frco trade, which undor our constitution
cannot just now bo secured the road to
which Is long, and traveling over It will bo
tedious. If these frco trado boys could
only learn that it is wisdom to go after
one thing at a time, and that tho all-Important
thing to bo sought after now is
honest constitutional government for tho
States North and South, the tree trade
boys would ceaso to ba foolish, and might
become useful as well as ornamental.
PocaHKttmi, June 22, 18T2.
D. Dakul aitii:
Dear Sir: I received yours
dated at Cairo, May 6th, 1872, acknowl
edging the receipt from mo of
a draft. Inclosed therewith I re
ceived a copy of your speech, in print, at
a ratification meeting at your placo of the
doings of the Cincinnati convention, of
which convention I had noticed from the
papers your name among the members,
and I am frank and pleased to say that I
cordially concur in your vlows as forcibly
set forth in tho copy referred to.
I havo, like you, been an aclivo demo
crat for more than forty years, but, differ
ent from you. Although I found many
things in our own party to con
demn, I could not see an ad
equate remedy by joining the so
called republicans. I have delayed ac
knowledging tho receipt of your letter to
see a little what impression tho Cincinnati
convention made in our region among the
democrats. The first impression was good,
with a llttlo mental reservation, awaiting
tho doings of our domocratlc national con
vention. Still, tho first Impression has con
tinually strengthened and thoro can bo no
doubt that Now York will bo strong for
tbe Cincinnati nominations; not so much
for tbe men as tho prlnciplos embodied in
the platform. Certainly, they will forego
any independent democratic nominations.
I beliove a great victory is being achieved
for our nation. Nevor beforo havo theso
Unltod States had a president which all
parties, as well as bis own, except office
holders and hirolings as his op
ponents condemn, openly or tac
itly, as has boen tho case with
Grant. By all thinking men
he must bo regarded a third or fourth rate
statesman, unqualified tor tho station if
not willfully corrupt. Is It not a glorious
sight to soo high minded men, statesmen
and writors denounce an adminiitration of
tbelr own choosing for its corruptions, and
como out boldly for tho salvation of their
country, and when you add thereto an op
position party, fairly estimated, almost if
not quito equal to tho task of overthrowing
such an adminiitration, waiving all efforts
for men as I think you will seo at tho
Baltimore convention and going for prin
ciples, lost, perchance, an unprincipled,
wicked and corrupt administration might
succeed in retaining power.
Doctor, I think notwithstanding the
stability of a republican government has
bocn doubted, that tho next presidential
election is to prove tbo honesty and intelli
gence of tho people, when tbe government
Is In danger, and that party ties mutt give
way when corruption in high places
threatens to undermlno this our fair fabric
of liberty. Yours Truly,
That Goo, W. Wall, Esq, will make a
formidable candidate for Congress every
candid person roust admit. The Radicals
do not attempt to conceal tbelr fear of his
opularlty. Tho Du Quoin 'Tribune. ' of
Henry H. Mktsr, Plain and Fancy
and Ornamental Sign Pointer, Graining,
Marbling, and Fresco Painting. Orders
solicited and satisfaction guaranteed.
Shop In tho Perry House, on Commercial
avenue, corner Eighth street, Cairo, Illi
Cook 27,627 19,101
Lake v.m.1 i.ir.iu
DilPagc 2,309 1,100
Republican majority, 11,147.
Kane o,047 1,653
DeKalb 3,441 e;0
McUenry 3,290 1,380
Boone 2,050 300
Winnebago 4,067 951
Stephenson 3,233 2,389
Jo Daviess 2,1)80 1,892
Carroll 2,202 680
Whiteside 3,609 1,444
Ogle 3,606 1,507
Republican majority, 7,828.
Lee 3,005 1,542
Bureau 3,844 2,315
Putnam 765 487
Henry 4,483 1,750
Rock Mand 2,835 1,913
Republican majority, 0,979.
LaSallo . , 6,231
Republican majority, 4,297.
Republican majority, 6,207.
Republican majority, 2,099.
Mercer 2,078 1,388
iicnucraon i,wu i,u.ju
Warren 2,808 1,918
Hancock 3,690 3,687
McDonough 2,936 2,721
Schuyler 1,311 1,766
Republican majority, 1,638.
Adams 4,774 6,471
Brown 930 1,602
Pike 2,775 3.319
Calhoun 393 702
Green 1,303 2,609
Jersey 1,131 1,998
Democratic majority, 4,105.
Scott 1.135 1.127
Morgan 2,663 2,773
Cass 1,077 1,403
Menard; 1.000 1,295
Saugamuion 4,411 4,876
Christian 2,017 2,285
Democratic majority, 1,380
Mason 1,677 1,710
Tazewell 2,728 2,735
McDean 6,895 3,858
Logan 2,516 1,902
DeWitt... 1,052 1,310
Republican majority, 2,913.
Macon 2,771 2,230
Piatt 1,265 773
Champaign 3,250 2,125
Douglas? 1,306 1,132
Colo 2,658 2,270
Vermillion 3,285 2,054
Republican majority ,4, 005.
Democratic majority, 3,490.
Montgomery 2,173 2,700
Fayette;...; 1,711 2,029
Bond... 1,658 773
Clinton ... 1,659 1,670
Washington 1,808 1,283
Marion. 2,186 2,190
Clay 1,394 1,339
Republican majority, 605.
Macounlll 3,163 3,431
MadUoil 4,112 3,053
Saint Clair 4,814 3,269
Monroe 000 1,85
Randolph !,W3 1,897
Perry i,oki w1-
Jacki.011 1,303 1,333
Uu on" VM
Williamson'. 1,410 1,338
Johnson ,234 612
Pono 1,161 J
Massae... 883 614
Pulaski : 034 045
Alexander 080 1,098
Republican majority, 812.
Richland 1,337 1,355
Wayne.., 1,525 1,681
Edwards 888 421
Wabash 664 831
Jetrcrson ,. 1,110 1,930
Franklin 1,021 1,278
Hamilton 800 1,284
White 1,076 1,752
Saline 1 042 1,143
Gallatin 704 1,025
Hardin; , 842 450
Democratic majority, 2,420.
SCHEDULE OT TAPER WHICH WILL BE
FREE OF STAMPS AFTER NEXT NOVEMBER
An Internal rovenue' circular nowfin
preparation gives tho following lilt of
papers and documents on which stamp
duties will bo abolished aftir the 1st of
Contracts for insurance against acciden
All agreements and contracts, or renew
als of the same.
Appraisements, of value or damage, or
for any other purpose.
Assignment of u Icaio, morlgago, policy
or Insuranco, or anything else.
Bills of ox;hango, foreign, inland, let
ters of credit, or anything of that kind
now taxed by stamps.
Bills of lading and receipts, In tho
United States or anywhere else.
Bill of sale of any kind.
Bonds of indemnification of any kind.
Bond of administrator or guardian, orany
thing that has tho namo of bond in it, and
now taxed by stamp.
Certificates of measurement of anything.
Certificates of stock, profits, damage,
deposit or any other kind of certificate
now taxed by stamp.
Chartor, or its rcnowal, or a charter
party of any kind.
All contracts or agreements.
Conveyance, any part of tho work of
Indorsement of any negotiable or not
Entry, for consumption, warehousing or
Insurance Dolicies. contracts, tlckots. re
newals, etc., (life, marine Inland and fire.)
Lcaso. All through, tho lease list it
Legal documents. Wrlten or olhor pro
cesi, confession of judgmonts, cognovit,
appeals, warrants, etc., letters of admin
istration, testamentary, etc.
Manifests at custom house, or anywhere
else, or tor any purpose.
Mortgago of any kind.
Passage tickets to any part of tho world
Power of attorney for any purpose.
Probate of will of any kind.
Promissory note for anything.
Protcit of any kind.
Receipt. Now generally exempt, and if
included in present law in any case, win
be hereafter exempt.
Warrant of attorney.
Weigher's return of any character.
Tho only stamp retained on any busi
nes. or legal document or written paper
of anv kind is tne two-ecu stamp on
THE MILITARY PRESIDENT.
HOW ORANT VISITED THE PEACE JUBILEE
.Sew York Herald's Dottjn Letter,
The presidential party arrived from
Now York via tho Fall River route at an
early hour this morning, and without
parado the members thereof wero driven
to tn Kevere House, xuo time interven
Inir between breakfast and the hour of
eoinir to tbe Coliseum was spent within
doors. At two o'clock or thereabouts tbo
party, under the oscort of a redcoatxd
company of mounted militia, proceeded to
the Coliseum, where they had a crand
reception. Tho president alighted at tbe
main entrance of the Coliseum, to tbe creat
disappointment or tno multitude wnicn
was assembled at tno western portal, no
entered tho building in company with
Mayor Gaston, and was conduc ed by
United States Marshal Usher to the
reception room, followed by Secretaries
Fish. Boutwell and Robeson, Hon, Henry
Wilson, Senator Sargent, of California;
Collector Russell, Dr. George B. Loring
and Aldermen Jencka and Pierce. Tbe
ladles of tho presidential party wero shown
directly to tbe seats reserved for them in
the centro of Uhe parquet. As General
Grant proccoded down the centre aisle tho
Immenso audience rose tnmatte and cheer
upon cheer greeted the Chief Magistrate
oi the nation, xne orcnestra strucx up
"HALL TO THE CHIEF,
and unbounded enthusiasm provaiied
among tbe people assembled within
the walls of tho Coliseum.
KISSING THE CHILDREN.
At tho Detroit and Milwaukeo depot
yesterday, whilo a family named, .North,
consisting of husband, wife and six girls,
were waiting to take tho Saginaw train, a
burly old sailor, a little drunk, entered the
depot and caught sight of them. He looked
tho children carefully over, took note of
their bright eyes ana red cheeks, and then
approached tbo father and offered him two
shillings apiece for tho privilege of kissing
the girls. Tho oldest girl, ak.ut sixteen,
would cot consent, but the othors accepted
tho bargain, and tne sailor handed over
ten shillings and gavo each ono a hearty
smack on tho cheek. Ho then offered to
raise tbo price to fifty cents and kiss the
oldost girl and tho wife, but North would
not make this bargain. Tho sailor then
offered twenty conts for tho privilege of
kissing North himnolf, and tho offer boing
accepted, he wont through tho performance,
and staggered away exclaiming: "Darn
mo, but if I was worth tho money, I'd kiss
every human being In Amcrlcu at two
shillings a head." Detroit Free Press.
SAFETY FROM MOTHS.
A lady of largo exporionco writes as fol
lows : "There is no absoluto safety from
moths except in tho absoluto seclusion of
tho miller. It put away early in tho season,
beforo millers make their appearance, furs
can bo kept in their own boxes without
danger of any kind, by simply pasting thin
paper closely around them. No aperturo
must bo loft for tho entrance of tho miller,
although tho pasto need not touch tho boxes
To kei-p dressos, cloaks, etc., without crush
ing, suspend them near tho upper edgo of
the sheet, then lay anothor shout ovor, sew
tho two shoots togethor at tho edges, then
sow loops at tho uppor ndco of this bac,
and hang it up whorover you please. Bo
careful that thero Is no holo for tho miller
to onter. In order to secure further safety,
it is well to beat and brush tho furs and gar
ments well bofi'ro putting them away, and
if it ii anything that can boheatod, it may
not be amiss to heat it enough to destroy
the eggs that may bo already laid.
SION OF THE
FIRE AND MARINE
74 OHIO, LEVEE,
Wholesale nd Re)uN
MEN WANTED !
EXTRA I DU0 E M E N T S I
The Cairo & fit. Louis R. R. Co. want MO men
at once, to work on the Hoe of their roail in
Alexander county, from 6 to IS Tiles north nt
Cairo, IlilnoK , ..... ... .
PRICE-). For station work, light (ill, twenty
cents (200.) prryipl. Choppers, (12 H) tno clof.
lars and nfly cents per day. Hay m,i on xrsac,
(I'i 2A) two dnlUrt and twentv-flve cents per day.
Hoard IS 00 per we. Prompt payments In cash
Kauranteed by the Company,
Apply to JOHN MULiVEY, Sup't on the work.
ft 31 dlwtf.
1100 to 1260 per month, everywhere, male and
remain, to Introduce the the latest improved,
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MACIIiNK ever Invented We ch1lense the
woild lo compete villi It Price only lis on, end
fully warrsuted for tlye yesrs, msklnK tne
Elatio Lock Htlteh, alike on both shies. The
same as all Ihe hlsh priced ehuttlo
machines. Also. the reiterated sod
litest COMMON SENSE FAM1I.V HEWINO Ma.
CHINE. Price ouly I5 no, and fully warranted
lr live years. 1 hen machines will tlioh, lit-m,
fell, tuck, quilt, cord, blod, braid and fmbioldnr
i a most superior manner. And aro warranted
todoallwork that can be done nn any high-priced
mach'ne lu th- world. Forclmnlars sod 'rrms
address ti. WTNKOOP A CO..20SI Uidire avmne,
or P. O, Box, 9W Philadelphia, Pa. o-23, 3mw
PAINT & OIL DEAL
Wo keep a lull Hock of Pur Uraii and
rnrtlia Miinn i mmn full Itn
And Painters Materials generally.
OERMAMIA, N. Y.,
HAKOVER, k. t.,
,....T2 M 0
REPUBLIC, M. V 1
-11 o4 00
Comprising IheUnderwrlters' Aaey.
TOM KERB, n.
ALBA iv..., ir.M
MREUEH'B FOND, B. M
,.171 464 61
Do you wmh to Tcf U the twncfll from
j-SAKATOGA, N. Y,
10- BLUE LICK, Kt.
without tne expen.e or a trio to those re.orts.
Ifso.applv to us. We receive thesewalere dl
reel fmm the inrinc. sn l nre nrensreil to lur
nun them pure, lOB COLD, Fresh and I-litly
from our rounter. Persons llvlnx at a distance,
nrwlio wlh to iiavethowaterlnllieirhou.es,
c.n be suppllnl wilhrlsratoga In bottle, and Blue
Lick in Lollies, kg. snd barrels. Call and net
acircuisr in rearu to ine meuicinsi virtue, ol
these noted wsters.
Also a complete line ot toilet articles, im-
pnneu "nn Atnericannospi,
Together with a large assortment of Druggists
An effectual preventive ol Cholera, Typhoid
Fover, l-mIM;oi, bcsrl-t Fever, Measis, Cat
tle Di.ease, snd all pestilential and routiglotis
dl.esses, II la put up In pastbosrd cartoni, the
lops of whleh contain perforations, from which
it can be sprinkled as from a pepper box. -old
by mitCLAT UROS.
The retail price is 25 cents per packsge,
(Proceedings of the Itonrd of Health OrHcial.)
Orrict Uuiao or Ilv.LTH, Hi, Loi'is.VM lay,
1871. The resident physicians states thst he h
used, In the city ho.pital, the carbolic srid
powder and finds It Ihe best dl.lnfectant and
dettrnyer of bugs, ante, cockroaches Ac, ot
whlcl. he hss knowledge. Your committee re
commends Ihe purchsse of this powder. for use
In tho hospitals.
(Signed, R. II. O'BRIEN,
Clerk Hoard ot Health.
We are now In receipt if a fresh stock of
FOR SALE, "I For sal. f FOR SALE,
' I FrrSalol
FOR SALE. J ForHale 1 FOR SALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Fare from Londcndkrrt
Faro from Glapuow,
Faro from Queenstown
10 CAIRO, $48-20
Aalford, Morris A Ca , gents.
Liverpool New-Turk ahd Philadelphia
I'NDta CONVS1CT WITH CXITED ST1TIS SND SSITItll
For Carrying tho Malls.
FOR PASSA"GE TICKETS
oa rvsTiiiu ixroaiuTioN
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aor.
IS Broadway, New. York, or to
Washington Avenue, Cairo,
QUEEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Oreen, I
Wlllism B Oilbert, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Miles r. Gilbert, j
aWBpeoia. attention given to Admiralty and
oryiCE onio levee, rooms 7 and 6 over
CIT7 NATIONAL BANK.
LI.EN, MULKEY & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
John ii. Mulksy,
swParifcular attention paid to river and ad.
mi rally business.
OFFICE Over First National Bank, Ohio Levee,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
V, Di XEXt'OHD Proprietor
Cor. Ouio Levee & Second St.
Baggage conyeyed to and Jrom the Ospot fret
ol crura. iHttl
r i.ir Mtiiuuv hi
.VUH-,.a , V-
. rntea. In
Insure" ,"'.vT.. . rr r
gesiisecnr tr win eiiisarCarrle Con-
sou win uuua sor
mentions as the Gladl-
W.U.llQKpubllc. Mlmorc. from Memnhis
owrrst, men tow of omntv coal
Tbe Eoksirt kid her crew are removing
lot of logs from sunken bargei ou to
.uuuu uargoi. xne logs belong to Miner,
boats to leave to-day.
li.v PHIL. HOWARD,
in AT "RnTslCTTOT
o paid to order from
mt is open
mm. in ihl
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
. p ,
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
A.seti ,0K,0nn 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Asset ....Sl,6O0 000 00
railway pahsenoers a-sukamci
Assets (400,003 00
Assets. ..... ....,iei 00
S AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Ltise,
City National Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. BUCK, -U.
uOab. Reitz, Henrt Weber,
A. C. Kesino, A. Miscd,
L'kas. Wentiie, Chas. Veboha,
Francis Lackneb, Ciiah. Daeqlino,
C. Uiascu, Wu. Reinuabdt,
The best organised and secures, company la
the, northwest. The only company which guar-
antee. a cash surrender value. mm
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao'
for Cairo aa4 vlelaltjr
Chss. Hhoenmcyer. Wm. ly
F U RN I TJK through the principal
ijsreeta of tho City.
JDcesilon will be headed by Ihe
Matpr silver cornet band
ICKMAN BRASS BAND.
nd will be under the direction of
or Lanbden, as Gkand Mabshal
Jti$.'!,XM b J- 8- Bwaws, Assistant
iChief Engineer of the Fire Department.
ately after the Parade the Boat will leave
O. Drawer 129.1.
BOOT AND SHOE BTO
HARDY & GREENW&r
105 Commercial Ave, noar Atsr
CAIRO, ILLS. 3hf
Keep on hand a gooc ag
LADIES1'1- GAITERS ,?".
' lyVS' BOOTS AND SUBndence
And Misses' and Children's GAiJlppropri-
Also, Slippers of nlluth
Which they ill at tt
VERY LOWEST J?-"
Call anllamd Garden,
rI,fIJLteMft'ot the best Terpst
t?ileT.e.n.1'v7n"n "n Firs Departmwit. r
gures "'Stolon, paolss from aoroad have bn
sirobab y be present.
behalf of th abOTf
he Committee raspeot-
vv xxvusjoaajjaM, graad success and
GOODS SOI m thslr parents, frst
Coraor or hi mmiTv 1
A. BuiMka, Jos, K. Vaitta.
J. U, J, Kowltf , iitSymkvS!