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tili, CAIRO DAILY UtiLLfiTIN, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1872
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FOR VIOK l-RBSIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OFlHTATX.
fOR AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATE TREASURER,
CHARLES N. LANPHIER.
FOR ATTORNEY GFNKRAL,
FOR CLERK SUI-RENE COURT NORTHERN
FOR CLERK .SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
The Democratic SUta Centra. Com
mlttee will meet In the city of Chicago, on
the 18th lait The Meenbers of the Liberal
SUU Central CoeatnlHee, and the candi
dates on the State ticket, have been Invit
ed to be pretent at the meeting.
The Chicago Timet' hai learned how
Democrats can vote for Koerner. Can't
the 'Timet' be taught how Democrats can
vote for Greeley, alto? Koerner hat been
of the Qreeley tchool of politics for many
yeart, and we cannot understand why the
'Tim?' should make flsh of one of thete
Kepublleni,nd fowl of the other.
Tbb Cincinnati Gaiette' declare! Gov
ernor Koernor to be not entitled to the
support of voters because he is an " athe
ist." Ii thii to be the Issue, then ? Muit a
man, in thete hot timos of politics, prove
that he is orthodox before he can hope to
obtain offlco? But how comes it, that
Koerner has been a Republican for a de
cide and a half and thit fault was never
discovered by tho 'Osteite' until he took
off the Radical and put on the Lib'
oral coat? Bah I
We, the Liberal Republican! of the
United Statei in Convention aiiemblod at
Cincinnati, proclaim the following princi
ples as eisential to just government:
BAB IMUBa BTJBIKB.
1. We recognise tho equality of ail
men before the law, and bold that It is
the duty of the government in Its dealings
with the people to mete out EQUAL AND
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
WH ATE VE R NATIONALITY, RACE,
COLOR OR PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OR POLITICAL.
2. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
To-day will be genorally observed
at the national holiday through
hout the United States; and, in
spllo of tho hot weather, the wordy patri
ots all over the land will spout their vtr
bal patriotism, and sweating crowds pre
tend to lUten. We like the day, and will
endeavor to feel enthuilaitlcalty patri
otic, but we never could underttand why
the patriots of '78 did not declare their
freedom earlier or later in the year. They
should have had an eye single to the com
fort of their posterity.
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENTS OF
3. We demand the immediate and ab
solute removal of all disabilities imposed
on account of the rebellion which was
Unally subdued teven yeart ago, believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
BHOCBATIO TO THE COBS.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial mffrsge, will guard the
rights of all citizens more securely than
any centralised power. The people and
the public welfare require the SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. We demand for the
individual the largest liberty consistent
with public order, for the state self-gov
ernment, and for the nation a return to
tbe methods of peace and the constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TIDE AB PBEAVHIMO."
6. The civil service of the government
lias become a mere 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 the
perpetuity of republican government.
THEBEFOBK A WISE DEMAND.
C. We therefore regard a THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
us one of the most pressing necessities of
tbe hour; that honesty, capacity and fidel
ity constitute tho only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that the offices of tho
government cease to be a matter of arbi
trary favoritism and patronage, and that
Eublic station become again tbe post of
onor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAMIsTsT tCBBTIOB MOVED ABIDE.
7. We demand a system of federal tax
ation which shall not unnecessarily inter
fere with the industry of the people, and
wmcu man proTiie me means necessary
to pay the expenses of tbe government,
uvonomically administered the pensions,
tbe Interest on the public debt and a mod
orate annual reduction of the principal
thereof, and rocognizo that there are in
our midst honest but irreconcilable dif
Terences of opinion with regard to the re
spective systems of protection and free
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
6. The public credit must be sacredly
maintained, ana we DENOUNCE RE'
PUDIATTON in every form and guise.
W THI TSStJS SIKTALi
J. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS it demanded
aiiite dt me Highest considerations of com
mercial morality and honest government
A WOBB BOB THE BOUMEB BOYS.
10. We remomber with o-ratlturin th
sacrifices of the soldiers and sailors of tbe
republic, and no act of ours shall ever
detract from their Justly earned fame, or
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- m moir jiawioiism.
AYAVBT, LABB BOBBEBB t
1 1. We are opposed to all further grants
of lnd to railroads or other ennnntlnni
TH PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD BE
HELD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET-
UBEBAK. rOBEIOB POLICY.
. If. W hold that It it the duty of the
la its intercourse with fnral
to cultivate friendship! of peace
wm in air ana aauni
it alike dlahontwaMa
what is not right or sub-
Tun Cairo 'Sun' it pleatod to attert
that tho Democrat! of thii congressional
district ro opposed to the nomination of
Gen. J. Blackburn Jones because he is i
Liberal Republican. This is untruo
There is, we know, not a Democrat in Al
exander county who would not vote for
and earnestly tupport Gen. Jonet, if he be
nominated; but, we presume, it it not
treason to the Liberal party to believe that
Mr. Wall would be a stronger candidate
than Gen. Jones. If Gen. Jones can con
vince us that he will make a more popu
lara stronger candidate than Mr. Wall,
Jones shull receive our most earnest tup
port ; but, just at this moment, wo are de
cidedly ot the opinion that of all the avail
able congressional aspirants, Mr. Wall
would be the most formidable
The Louisville 'Courier-Journal'
speaks of the transformation of parties;
and at the risk of giving offence to the
Bourbon Democrats, who are just now un
dergoing a very unpleasant experience,
we declare this fanciful statement of the
situation to be our prosaic belief:
Macauuy, recalling one of the visions
of Dante in Mulebulge and applying it to
tbe whig una tones ei the ttniu or ueorge
maxim, lurunuci a, iiui uuuouiuiuu un-
torical tuuKctllon wnicn win serve to il
lustrate tbo slngulur transformation now
groin e on iu Amurlcan politics. A strange
combut arose between a human form and
a serpent. A mist uuvuluped tliem : and
then a wonderful sight wet seen. Each
creature took the shape of iu adversary.
The terpent't tail divided into two legs ;
tbo lees of tho man twisted themselves
into tbe tail of a serpent The body
of tbe serpent put forth arms; the
arms of tbe man sunk into bis body. At
length tho serpent roso up a man and
spoke; and tbo man sank down a serpent,
and gilded hissing away. Something of
this sort has happened with parties in our
country. Tbe democratic party was tbe
friondof slavery. The republican party
was the friend of freedom. In 1860 tho
republican loaders appealed to the liberal
ism of tbe people, and the democratic
leaders appealed to the constitution as it
was, and the slave code at they had made
it. Behold the change I Tbe friend of
slavery standi up a champion of freedom ;
and tbe pretended friend of freedom
crawls about tbo foot-stool of power, and
licks the feet of tbe president. It it the
vision of Dante, Yankeefied; it is the old
examplo of tbe despotic tendencies of long
possession degenerating into domineering
insolence ana going back on all its professions.
ENCOURAGING REPORTS FROM
ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY.
GOVERNOR PARKER'S LETTER DE
CLINING (THE COLUMBUS
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;xtittMllsBi to eulUrs
THE NEW YORK WORLD AT LAST
DECIDES TO ACCEPT THE
TBB WORLD SURRENDERS TO RKILEY.
New York, July l.-The 'World' at
last has surrendered to Greeley, making
the surrender in the following editorial
"We are reluctantly constrained to be
lieve that the national democratic conven
tion at Baltimore will nominate Horace
Greeley as the democratic candidate for
president. It seems tolerably olsar that
Greeley will have a twe-thlrds vote on the
rsi naiiou uur readers know now ear
nestly we have deprecated such a result,
bus as mis preposterous nomination teemi
fixed, we tuppote we mutt make, tbe best
of it. In tbe strenuous, opposition we
have thought it our duty to make, we
have merely exercised tho right which be
longs to every aemocratio journal ana
every democratic cltisen to freely canvass
the meritt of the propoied candidates, and
to oppose improper nominations up to tne
time when the authoritative action of the
national convention blndt the whole
parly. We nave been as freo to
Srotett against the nomination of
ir. Greeley at we were in 1868 to protest
againtt the nomination of Mr. Pendleton,
a gentleman whom we personally esteemed,
but whose greenback nerety foredoomed
tne party to dofeat if it had been to unwise
at to tolect him for itt ttandtrd-bearer;
and yet, if Mr. Pendleton had been nom
inated tour years ago, we snouia nave leu
bound by our loyalty to party to forbear
our remonstrances when the final decision
had been made. We were more success
ful than we can expect to be now. Mr.
Greeley is going to Baltimore without any
competitors. Mr. Hendrickt hat virtual
ly committed himself to Greeley by con
senting: to run as a democratic candidate
ror governor or Indiana in close conjunc
tfon with the Greeley movement. Gov.
ernor Seymour has publicly, and Chief
Justice Church privately indorsed the
strange proposal. Governor Randoph,
who to lone as there was any hope was its
most active and zealous opponont, has
given in. Mr. Thurman's friends and
Mr. Pendleton's friends make no sign
Mr. Kerr, who was perhaps the most
thoroughly disgusted of our able demo
cratic statesmen, has accepted the situation,
and even Mr. Voorhoes has withdrawn his
opposition. The retreat of the democratic
prest bat notbeen quite so complete. The
Boston 'Pott' Hartford 'Times' Phils
delphia ' Age ' Washington ' Patriot, ' and
several leading southern papers wbicb
scouted the Cincinnati nomination at first,
have, one by one. suocumbed to the in
evitable. The Chicago 'Timet,' Detroit
' Free Press' our able German contempo
rary, the 'Statu Zeltnne' alone remain-
ins: of the prominent democratic allies of
the world in opposing Mr. Greeley. Of
the disgusted Liberal Republicans, whote
disappointment and chagrin knew no
I.AMH Am Ik. mmI I..JV. ...... 1. 1 1. .
concluded that further opposition would
be fruitiest. Mr. Schurz, the ablest and
most eminent of them, has signified his in
tention to give a qualified support to Mr.
Greeley, though still holding last to hit
opinion that it wat a nomination
not nt to be made. Moreover,
we cannot ditcover in any quarter signs of
a lormiaaoie or even a respectable bolt
againtt thlt ttrange nomination. A lib
eral republican bolt againtt it wat at
tempted: in calling the Fifth Avenue Ho
tel conference, but that gathering resulted
in an Indorsement. We have no reason to
believe that a democratio bolt against what
now may be regarded as the certain ac
tion of tbe Baltimore convention would be
more successful. It is therefore a pretty
well settled fact that there will be but two
candidates in tbe field in this presidential
election, and that citizens must cbooso be
tween voting for Grant, voting for Gree
ley and staying away from the polls. For
our part we thai! advite no body to vote
for Grant, and between tbo remaining
alternative of voting for Greeley or stay
ing at bome we have no counsel to offer.
Our own duty and that of democratic citl-
zent may perbaps more clearly appear
after the canvass hat made tome progross.
wnen jar. ocnurz, wno nas tigninea ms
Intention to support Mr. Greeley with
reservations, has made hit first tpeech,
cltlzent will be better able to perceive on
what grounds an honest man can vote for
thii confessedly improper candidate.
LETTER FROM OOVERNOR PARKER, OF
NEW JERSEY, DECL1KINO THK NOMINA
TION FOR VICE PRESIDENT ON THE LA'
BOB REFORM TICKET.
New York, July 1. The following is
the letter of Governor Parker, declining
me nomination oi tne AiSDor Aeiorm party
r . - .1 I is -
iur tua tics presmency.
Fbimisld, N. J., June 28.
Edward Af. Chamberlin, Prttidtnt Colum
bia Convention, Boston:
Sir : Your letter informing me that tbe
convention of the National Labor Reform
of February last, placed roe in nomina
tion ror vice president or tbe United
States, hat been received, I feel honored
by the preference tbut oxpreiied by the
representatives of to large and influential
a body of my fellow-citizens. I am in fa
vor of all legal and jutt messures that
tend to Improve tbe condition of the work-
ingmen. I have always been a member of
tbe Democratic party. For nearly thirty
?ears I have shared its triumphs and de
eats,adhering to its fortunes, because I
contldered iu success essential to good
government, and to the elevation of the
laboring cImsos. Having been placed in
an important public position at a nominee
of that praty, I am bound in honor as
wen as oy inclination to suck by iu or-
f;anixatlon, and to abide by its decision in
U national conventton. To be the candi
date of one party while supporting the
nomineei of another, although the two
may lagreo tubttnntially in principle,
would be inconsistent, and I therefore re
spectfully decline tho nomination tender
ed me by the convention you reprosent.
(Signed; joxl barker.
Into her new life as a while seuaw. Her
roraantlo Ideas teem to have received a
terrlblo shock since her Introduction to her
new home and relations, and though she
endeavored to fulfill her mission as a teach
er and missionary lo the best of her abili
ties, her progress appears to nave Deem as
slow at the progress of civilisation on the
plains. She states that her first great sur
prise was being required to mount upon a
Wild Vicious pony, enu irToi wiiuuu.
saddle or attention over the country from
the Missouri to tbo White Earth River, a
distance of several hundred miles. Her
inability to make the Journey provoKea
mirth amnfiff tinr llllftli&nd'a COmDfiniont.
and finally exasperated Squatting Bear un-
... ft . . . ... - - - ... . . n MAM ftt'a
tu ne nouna ner who rop w nu -back
and led the animal himself on the
westward trail. She was still more sur
nrliivt in And bar husband possessed of two
nthnr wlvai. nnn a. vleioUI. dirtV SQUSW Of
rortv veati or aire, me omer n k"
scarcely fourteen years. Her llfp In hit
ainwim. nr tttnr. wat not at bright and
happy as the expeeted It would be. Her
husband's absence was taken advantage of
by her rivals to compel ber to perform tne
vilest drudgery, such as gathering wood,
eooklnsp meat, and scraping: robes tor tho
tanning process, but during Squatting
Boar's presence at home Miss Barber
anneart to have been better treated. Her
husband, in a voilent fit of pasllon, killed
bit oldest squaw during me nrsi year sne
wat with the tribe, when, without warning
or notice, Miss Barber was hurried off to
the main camp of the Brules, three dayt
lournev toward tbe mountains, and from
: . . . . . -n - ...
thanes ana accomnamea mo inuu unm
annual buffalo hunt, where the becamo
tick from' exposure and fatigue. She
was left al a temporary drying camp at
Bawbide Ktver, wnere aneauempiea iues
cane bv walktnir to Fort Tetterman, a dli
tance of nearly sixty miles. For this at-
tamnt the was beaten until nearly '.dead
and then sold by her husband for three
ponies to a Cheyenne ohlef, who sported
the expressive sobriquet of Coo-Crose or
Bacosides. She was taken North in 1870,
and has remained with the Cheyennes ever
InrfL until har escape this spring, whon
h 'mad hr atmearanca and claimed
the protection of the authorities at Fort
Benton, miss Darners experience, wuuiu,
no doubt, make a story more thrilling than
that or tha uscapea nun; dob is
woman rather plain in
tawny and black, eyes sma
all, dark and
pressive, voice rather masculine and, In
fact, lust such a woman as Mrs. Colonol
Anthony or Tennle Claffln would chooso
for a second in command. Misi Bsrbor
conversed with our reporter without tbe
least diffidence, and answered any question
asked of ber. She sayi that so far as (the
romance of Indian lire Is concerned, see
found none of it. Her efforts to teach and
reform the young Indian children were
treatedwitb indifference and contempt. She
learned theSioux language easily, but the
nhonnnn (fialnrt was harder to acauire.
She bad a much higher opinion of the
Cheyennes than of tho Sioux. Tbe latter
trlhn the aava are to blame for nearly ale
tbe thieving and murdering done in the
white settlemenU. She found It necessary
to paint the color like the rest of the tribe
while she was with them, and twice
witnessed the murder or execution of white
men.one a soldier belonging to the 'ihirty
aecond TTnited 8tates Infantry, who had
been taken while out hunting, who was
burnt and scalped: the others were two
teamsters brought from Fort McPherion
All thrA ware burnt at place called Sad.
d!en' Hill, in the Nebratka Bad Lands.
"Mist Barber hat a poor opinion ot
Grant't Quaker policy, which the tayt it a
?erfect farce, and li io regarded by the
ndlant. She asserts that there will be no
peace while white men intrude into the
buffalo range, or tempt the cupidity of tbe
Indians by bringing stock and valuables
out into exposed frontier settlement. Tbe
Indians have the greatest contempt for the
white men's Judgment and the efficacy of
"Mill Barberleft tbe iteamer Pontenelle
at thlt port, and after a few hours rest
started on her way to the home of her
friends, at Mluiord, jJaisacbusetu."
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.
180 Commercial Avbnub, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
W IEB CLOTH
for Window bcreens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Ac, die, Ac.
CRADLES, Ac, Ac.
Also manulaelurera of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sbret iron A Comer Ware
Sole Agents for tha celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Urio'b Moveaiile Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
SCAN TUN COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a sure Scare lorsmoktnt: cbimniOi
ENCOURAGING REPORTS FROM
Wahiiinoton. D. C, July 1. The most
encouraging news is receivod dally, at tbe
Groeley and Brown headquarters in this
city. Hundreds ot letters certify to the
enact wnicn uumner e speecn on uraniism
is doing in all parU of tbe country.
Greeley and Brown clubs have been form
ed in nearly every village of the South,
with the br igntest of prospect!. A letter
from D. S. Burton, Richmond, Ind., jutt
received, layi : "Development! In favor
of Greeley are itill growing, a lort of
spontaneous political fermentation. Thus,
at our little Spring Grove settlement, con
taining thirty-three Republican voters,
twenty-four are for Greeley, five are scat
tering and doubtful, and four are for
Grant. This itate of thingi glvei ui cour
age. Quaker! and temperance people are
afi for Greeley. AtjDublin, this county.
there are 326 republican voters. After
tbe Baltimore convention we will get
up several Greeley clubs." me above is
a specimen of tbe many hundreds of let
ters receivod here daily, all of them lead
ing to the conclusion mat tbe nomination
of Horace Greeley by tbe Baltimore con
vention will insure bis election, and will
so operate upon tbe minds of republicans
throughout tbe country as to virtually re-
Eudiate tbe nomination of Grant, and
ring to tbe support of Greeley the great
body of the peop e of the Unite! States.
Tne Greeley and Brown club of this
city will meet to-morrow night, at which
full arrangements will be made for a visit
of tbo entire club to Baltimore. A large
ball bts beeu secured, where all will make
A WHITE SQUAW.
WHAT DIME NOVELS WILL BRINO A
WOMAN TO HOW A TREASURY CLERK
BECAME MBS. 8QVATTINO BEAR, AND
HOW SHE GOT SICK Of IT.
St. Loois, July 1. The Kansas City
Times' of the 20th ult., contains the fol
lowing history, which will be read with
Interest by persont in tbe east:
The iteamer Fontanelle arrived at thii
city yesterday morning after a three
months' trip to Fort Benton and the
mountain!. Among her miscellaneous
cargo of robet. fun. peltriot, and Nebraska
corn, wat a female named Mill Amanda
Barber, Mrt. Squatting Boar, who in a fit
of fanatical romance offered herself in
1867 at a voluntary missionary
to tbe Brute ttloux, then occupy
ing the territory between Cheyenne river
and the Big Horn mountains, Dakota ter
ritory. "Mln Barber created quite a sensation
in tbe eastern statei by ber marriage with
a young Indian named Squatting
Bear, who accompanied a party of
Sioux to Washington in 1867. Mill Bar
ber wai at that time a clerk in one of tbe
departmenti at Washington, in a position
SBMIIOAjI ft ties It IT flanasa 1 UkiIah 1aba
whivu ewe mui uouvieii aJUHVIt vwvia
the impeachment fiasco. According to
ber own statement, made yesterday to onr
reporter, sne was nrmiy impressed wun
tbe ideality and perfection of the red men
of tha plaint. Sne had read every thing
relating tu tbe Indian tribes, from the re
ports of tha Commissioner of Indlsn
Affairs down to tbe latest dime novel, In
a fit of enthusiasm or temporary insanity,
she offered herself to, and became tbe wife
of, Squatting Beer.a Junior Chief in tbe
Lone Horn Band of Brule Sioux, and with
him and his party returned to the Yank
ton Agency, where she was duly initiated
THE "OVATION'1 FIZZLE.
A COOL GREETING. TOR ORANT AT THE JUB
ILEE. Boston Correspondence of N. Y. World.
Into the presdnco of this great audience,
up the center aisle, marched General
Grant and his crowd. People stood up to
see him, climbed upon tne teats, craned
tholr necks and stared. That was all. A
violent effort lo get up an enthusiastic
scene wss made by some ileek gentleman
in tall black bati, who wore posted near
tbe center door at which he entered.
They swung their hats, jumped and yelled
to start a thunder of applause, but the
thunder didn't come. The effort died out
within forty feet of the door, without
awakening tbe faintest response from the
multitude, and in as thorough silence as it
is possible for 10 enormous
and uncomfortable multitude to
maintain, Grant and his
crow'd marched forward to their seaU.
The number present! variously estimated
from ilxty to eighty thouiand, including
chorus. Yet all his applause came from
partiei mentioned. He should be thank
ful that be got 10 much without having tbe
Post-office and Custom-house closed for
the occasion. " Your people seem rather
cold here, " remarked, doubtfully, one of
S residential party to a Bostonisn. "Ob,
o they 7" was tbe response. " Well, you
come back here the day Horace Greeley
comes to the Jubilee, and tee if they are.
Itii simply truth to state that such was
the sentiment echoed in all parts of the
When the presidential party were seated
In a reserved piece in the center of the
house, they were found to consist of Grant,
Babcock. Porter, Dent, Fisb, Creswell,
Boutwelf, Robeson, Wilson, Loring,
Governor Jewell of Connecticut, and
several ladies. At they entered, the
United Statei marine band, tbe foreign
bands, the orchestra and the organ united
in "Hail to the .Chief," and after the cele
brated visitors were seated all the nolle
making element! of the itage, legitimately
belonging to the Jnbllee, were combined
to glvo a powerful effect to tho Handle
chorus, "See, the Conquering Hero Comes."
Tbo grand old piece was magnificently
rendered, but only received slight applause
and no demand for an encore. The less
conquering hero the better seemed tbe
prevailing impression of the audience.
Tbo Cairo A St. Louis R. R. Co. want MO men
at once, to work on the line of their road In
Alexandsr county, from 6 to IS .titles north ol
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Board 14 .00 per week. Prompt payments in cash
imsifil J 11 v VU lit II at II
apply to JUUN
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SlOOtoSUO nar month. .....at....
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most eimola and
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Ih a moat superior manner. And are warranted
to do all work that can ke dose oa any high-priced
Machine Is the world. For circulars and lerrne
s4drM H. WTNKuop 4 C0., so. Rids arenas,
rP. O, Bos, 7W Philadelphia, Pa. C-SS.taw '
SIGN OF THE
ABE UNDOUBTEDLY TBB
CHEAPEST TO BUY I
BEST TO USE I
EASIEST TO SELL
And never fail to
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
IH ANT ANDALL LOCALITIES.
SOLD IN PAST THREE YEARS!
Erery store ottered is a proof that the
CHARTER Q ATT
IS DOING MORE WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than any other Cooking HIots made.
BOLD DT EZCEL8IOB MAMU'rO. COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealsrs in all kinds or TINNEIUV
STOCK ; and by all lire 8loTe Dealers, like
0. W. HENDERSON,
199 Commercial Arenue,
74 HI, UCVEK,
Wholesale nd Retail 1-
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull slock of Pure Drags and
ror the season ; also a full line of
Aud Painters Materials generally.
Chas, Hhoenmcyer. Wm, Schick
0HA8. SHOENMEYER & CO.
All orders promptly attended to.
NORTHWEST CORNER 0 WASHINGTON AY
BNUE AND TENTH ST-
For Bala at Wholesale or Retail
COBMXB 32D-BTBIIT AND OHIO LIVBk
orlltl r. SAJMUe.
Do yon wish to recelre all the benefit Irom
feySARATOGA, N. Y.,
MbT BLUE LICK, Kt.
wunoui me expense or a trip 10 mote resort
Ifso.aDDlrtoua. We recelre these water dt
rect item the Drlnc. and are orenared to fur
nish them pure, ICE COLD. Fresh and Lltely
from our counter. Peraons lWlng at a distance,
or wno wun to nT ine water in ineir nouie.
Lick in bottles, krgs and barrel. Call and get
circular in ranarii to tne meuicinai Tinue 01
uie noted water,
Also a complete line of lollet article, Im
ported and American Hoaps,
Together with a large aaiortmentof Druggiat
An effectual preventive ot Cholera, Typhoid
Fever. t-mall-Foz. tcirltt Kavrr. Meaaeli. Cat.
tie Diae, and all pevlilential and contagion
dlee. 11 1 put up to paatboard carton, the
ton of which contain Derioratlun. from which
it can be sprinkled a from a pepper box. nold
The retail price I 24 cent per package.
(Proceeding of the Board of Health Official.)
umciuoiiD or uislti. at. Lovia.xta isay,
1171. The realdent phyaiclan atate that tie ha
used, In the city fioapital, the carbolic acid
powder, and flnda it the best UlalnfecUnt and
destroyer of bug, ant, cockroach Ao , ol
which he ha knowledge. Tour committee re
commend the purchase of this powder for use
in the boipltal.
(Hlgnedi K. H. O'BRIEN,
Clerk Board ol Health.
We are now In receipt cf a fresh stock of
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Uaa Fitter' and Plumber's material, Wee
pumps, globe ana angle vaivea, atop
also oT roa
Tufts Brother rnteat ry tBsas Meter
And MorehouM, Welts A Co's Automata Water
indicator ana supply vsive ror iteem neiiera.
WINTER'S BLOCK. OOMMERCIAL-AVEEU
SWOT AHB SHOE STOKE.
HARDY & GREEN WOLD.
106 Commercial Ave, near Athcneuni.
Beep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they soil at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
Ther are also orecared to tunnlv Ladiaa ami
Gentlemen with the BEIT OF rftldp WOHK, at
fturo that defy comoetiiion.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WASB'N AVENUE AMD WALNUT
Dr. B. V, Flelda Inforaa the publlo that be bat
en the northweat tide of Teeth street at Mated
Hie Stable will be furalstted with neae but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the publio mar oe accommodated at all hours
of the day and night with safe teems o the LOW.
Dr. Fields aeke a aha.
and will endeavor to menu
trlct atteatioa to businee
iu WrJtBg east
COUNSELOR!. SAT LA ,
Willlaa H.Oraea, 'i
William B Gilbert, CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Mileer. Gilbert, J j
ST8 pacta, attentiea glvea . Admiralty aad
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS T AND OVER
CTTT NATIONAL M (L
LLEN, MULV'XY WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LA"vV,
William J. Allea,
John H.Mulkey, V
OTTPartlcular attention naid ta river aad ad.
OFFICE-Over First National Bank, Ohio Levee.
Ohio Lever Caibv III
eassaa rtesmi nixes
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORTrn
ROBERT WOOD, rH(""nl
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL'
LARGEST VARIETY STOCK IN TBE CTTT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
farmer ef M saeteossiJs trees etmel
C. 0. PATEE
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
r. Dt BKXreBB rrwsineter
Cor. Ohio Levee A Second St.
Baggage conveyed to aad from the Depot Crew
CLOSE & VINCENT,
1 1 ni as 11 rixwa jlom 1 m m.
Cement, Plaster Pais,
Carver Xla-hta atreet auad etUe) LeTM.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. t
J. M. PHILLIPS & CI).,
0 securities ar. 1. Bendricss A Co.)
1,130 Ridge Avenue, Phlladef i
DUCKS -TURTit S3, Ac.-
For Decorating FountaiX..
VBRANDAU8, SUMMER BOUSES,
tRBORS, CHAIRS, SETTEES, Ao., Ao.
HEW STYLE WROUQHT-IRON RAILING for
Front of Hours and Cemeterle. Nrr before
OAST AND WBOUQIIT-IRON RAILINGS for
Publlo Building nnd Square, Cemetery Lot,
and Garden Fence, Balconies. Roof Creatine.
tic,, iftgreat variety of Pattern.
IROlTBTAIRS. Spiral and straight, of various
Fatierns and style. Special attenllon given tht
LAMP POsre. for Front of Publio Building,
Hotel, and City Streets, of Plain and Elaborate
STABLE FITTINGS, of Cut and Wrought-Iron,
2f M(W 'n?prov;d Styles, such a Hay Back,
Htall Division, Manger, Harne Braoket, Out-
official bond.; CommiMion
Tho official bond of James B-md
us special police constable, w"v '
OborlyandW. J. Haml)'-.
was presented nnd . -AT PROPRIETORS.
ham R'td)rl approved, iral Advancement made
ruin j3g -v. 1 11 uoon Oonalaeraanta.
WIRE WORK of every deaerlptlon. Wire
Quarda of Crimped Wire, Galvanised or Painted,
U , Ul.li. IWMI.I U..I U. . '
H l.'M W VIUMHIHW rWMIUli 1UI R IrUI KJ
or Windows, factory and Warehouse Windows,
Railings for onces, Banks, Counter Railing,
Baloonles, Lawn and Farm Vance, Ac, Ac.
'GATES for entranee to OemeUrie. Publlo
Squares ad Gentlemen' Country Seat, of Oa
Tubing or Wrought.lron, both single and double.
In la bo rata andalmple desigus, '
'PBINKING FOUNTAINS, lor atreet uses. A
7h74S12i.'i,,ortmn, oft"'w esprersly for
RON UBINAL HOT El r..nui.
andeity streets. '
&Hl?&&S?X;lltt etatW Pattern.
5i rfif P0BT8 Jookeyi Coolie, Sambo aad
111 11 11
100 IN ONE WEEK.
J0."? T0'"1 mn who ean do busmest on the
quid, 1 guarantee sa Immense fortune, easily,
rapidly and is perfect safety. Address is perfect
oooBdence, r JAMEel FKbST.
-K7 wlm ids Bleeker street, Me York.
Are prepared to rooelve, (tore aad forward
freight to JI points aad buy and ,
ell on commission, 1
esrBusinss attended to promptly; '
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
SUTTER & BIERW1RTH,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE, t
ST. LOUIS, M0.
Stained, Enameled, Embossed aad ground Glass
of erery description. w
r ARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TOCBCBOS
WOBB, "l0r1fri jroja all parU of the country
omptly etteoded to, 641 dw tea n