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THt! dAlRO tiAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1872
THE BULLETIN.
JOB! H OBEKLT, Mltsr aad Publisher.
80KDAT
JULY 14, 1872
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TBI DOLLAR WBBKLT BULLETIN.
John H. Oberly Co. nave reduced the sub
sotTpw of the Weekly Cairo Mulletla to
On MUr mtmum. making it in cheapest pa
tr iwiMIhi m 'onthern Illtnale.
Good Enough J
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
Vfrsjsw whor ystss m thM white fct
Ism. , .
Vat 1 1 etsmss I
And fc- tht) srsjret ! the
Mraaler MO MM MremSS."
job rkxaisiKT,
HORACE GREELEY,
of Now York j
FOR TICK FBES1DENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
of Missouri.
terms, renrdine it aliko dishonorable
either to demand what It not right or tub-
mil 10 wdi 11 wrong . -
"EVEKToMfrxVIKVlTEeV"
1). For the Drstaotlnn sad suacesa of
Iheso vital prtaelBlc, Md the support of
the candidates nominated by tliis conven
tion, wo Invite and cordlallv wolcomo the
cooperation of alt patriotic citizen, with-
out regr.ra 10 previous political sanitation.
STATE TICKET.
TOR GOVERNOR,
GUSTAVUS KCEBNKR.
TOR UEUTENANT-GOVERNOn,
CHARLES BLACK.
rOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
EUWAKD RUMMEL.
FOR AUDITOR OF rUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
DANIEL O HAHA.
FOR BTATE TREASURER,
CHARLES N. LAN I'll 1ER.
FOR ATTORNEY GFNERAL,
'.LAWRENCE WELDUN.
CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
GRAND DIVISION.
KLI SMITH.
CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
GRAND DIVISION,
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
GRAND DIVISION.
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
The New York Kvenino Post says,
that tho World ' iwollows Orceloy with a
wry face. The mott wholesome modlclno
Is generally takon In that way.
-
" It Is significant, says the Cincinnati
1 ' Enquirer,1 that, while nearly all of our
Mate presidents have been nominated
'either at Baltimore or Cincinnati, the
candidates seleMed at Philadelphia have
1 been defeated. The coming election will
'be no eiccptlon to the past rulo."
The New York 'Standard,' a Grant
paper, calls tho Bnltimoro convention,
"Mr. Greeley's convmtlon." When the
'Standard,' which has suspended for the
want' of the vital beath of newspapers-
money starts up again, it will bavo
chance to talk of "Mr. Greeley's election,"
which will then be a certainly.
FOR
FOR
Grant was recently made an L. L. D.,
or a D. D, it donsn't matter which, by an
eastern college. In vlow of this fact, tho
Chicago 'Post,' ono of the president's paid
supporters, made the following remark
It sounds like a reflection on Grant, who
boaets that bo nover read a book :
"Now is the tinio to get the gentle twoe
'die D. D. hung on to the back end of your
'name. The lets you know and theinoro
'you aro known, tho more likoly you are
10 gut it."
A!'
Good Enough
DEMOCRATICPLATFORM.
PREAMBLE.
We, the Liberal Republicans of tbo
United States in Con vontion assembled at
Cincinnati, proclaim tbo following princl-.
pies as essential to jusi government;
BKAB IMIISR BIIEIEB.
1. We recognize the equality of all
man before the law, and bold that it Is
the duty of the government in its dealings
with the people to mete out EQUAL AN D
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
WHATEVER NATIONALITY, RACK,
COLOR OR PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OK POLITICAL.
a. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OP THESE
STATES, KMANCIPATION ANDEN
FRANOHISEMKNT. AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OP THE
UUUSTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
KIPTrENTR AMENDMENTS OP
THE CONSTITUTION.
UJIVEttMAL, AHNKHTY.
8. Wo demand the immediate and ab
solute removal of all disabilities imposed
on account of tho rebellion which whs
finally subdued seven years ago, believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
THE COUNTRY-
UESOUBATIC TO THE CORE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with ItnDartial suffrage, will truard the
rights of all citizens mure securely than
any centralized puwor. 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 TUE HA
BEAS CORPUS. We demand for the
individual the largMt liberty consistent
with public order, for tbo stale suli'-gov-rnmeat,
and for the nation a return to
the methods of peace and tbo constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TRUE All PKEAl'HINU."
6. The civil service of the government
baa become a mere instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and an
object of selflsh greed. It is a scandal
and reproach upon free Institutions, and
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tbo
perpetuity of republican government.
THKHKroStEA WINE EMtN.
ft. We therefore regard a THOROUGH
B4FORM OPTUECIVIL Sf.RVlCE
as one ot the most nretiini: nit'cs.ilies ol
the hour; that honesty, capacity and fidel
ity constitute the onl valid claims to putf
lie employment; that the offices of the
government cease to bo a matter of arbi
trary favoritism and palro'iage, and that
pub:lc station become again the ptst of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TASSItr tt'ENlllN SIIOVEU ABIDE.
1. We demand a ayttein of federal tax
alien which shall not unnecorstirlly inter
fare with the industry of tbo pccplo, and
which shall provide the means necessary
to pay the expenses of tho government,
coBumlcally administered the pensions,
the Interest on the public dubt and a mod
rata annual reduction of the principal
thereof, and recognize that there are In
our midst honest but Irreconcilable dlf
ferences of opinion with regard to tho ro
. active systems or protection and free
trad. WE REMIT THE D SOUS
BION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL D1S
TRICT8, AND THE DECISION OF
CONGRESS THEREON, WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTEltFER-
ZNUB AWU DICTATION
KEPDDIATION.
I. The public ciedlt must be sacredly
saainiainea, ana wo utWUUflUK RE
PUDIATION In every form and kuIso,
MMU Or THE TMVK METAL.
V. A oraKlJ i RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS U .Wn.mi
Bilks by the highest considerations of com-
scrotal morality ana bonest government
A WMB Wmm TBI BULUIEK HllYM.
10. We remember with eratltude ti.
taerilcas of the soldiers and sailors of the
republic, and no act of ours shall ever
detract from tbelr Justly earned fame, or
m iuii rewaros oi soeir patriotism.
AYAtJET, UUr MMItt t
H. We are opposed to all further grants
Jin7.H,J,,0, or thor corporations.
2l?t?'i?LllnoMAIN HOULD BE
fl?i.SAORE0 TO ACTUAL SET-
Sisa.
UfSESAt. rOREIUN POLICY.
II. W hold that it is the duty of the
nfT.. " . " wuourw wun rorelgn
MsisM to cuUI vate friendships of peace
. fcByv,ssBssiaa wi an on uir ana
The nomination of Greeley and Brown
by the Baltimore convention, has beon
received with a howl of impotent rago by
the radical prois. The administration
party foel, that between Grant and Greeley,
th honest voter and lover of his country
can have no long debate with himself as to
which ono to support. Tho general satis
faction with which tbo result of tho Balti
more convention has boon received by the
democracy and liberal republicans, is the
certain precursor of success for tho reform
ticket, and tbo well-grounded causoofthe
rage and discontent of the Grant party.
WHEN,
BY SUSAN COO LI DOE.
III were toki tkt I titust.die to-morrow,
M r-That Itia nnvt. Min
Which sinks should bear e past all tear nnd
aorrow
For any one.
All the fight fought, aU the short journey
wrougn
Wlmf .lmill.1 1 flof
I do not think that I should shrink or falter,
ButjustKoon,
Doing my work, nor change norscck to alter
AUgni mai is uone ,
But raise and move and love nnd smile and
pruy
For one more day.
And lying down at night Tor a last sleeping,
Say lu that ear
Which hearkens even "Lord, within Thy
keeping,
llow should I fear f
And, when to-morrow brlnrs Thee nearer
still,
Do Thou Thy will."
I might not sleep lor awe; but peaceful,
tender,
Mysoul would He ,
All the night long land when the morning
splendor
Flushed o'er the sky,
I think that I could smile coulu calmly say,
'It is Ills day."
But, lfa wondrous hand from the blue,
yonder.
Held out a scoll,
On which my life was writ, and I with won
der Behind unroll
To a long century's end It mystic clue,
What Mioulil Idol1
What could I do, oh I blcstud Guide and
Master,
Other than this.
Still to go on as now, not slower, faster,
Nor tear to miss
The road, although so cry long it be,
While led by Tbeuf
Step after step. Icellng Tuec close beside mc,
Although tiuseen,
Through thorns, through llowcr?, whether
tuc tempest hide 'J lice,
Urheacns serene,
Assured Thy lulthlulm't-s cuiinot betray,
Thy love decay.
I may not know, my Uod, no hand revealcth
Thy counicls wise :
Along the path a deepening shadow stcalcth,
No voice replies
To all my questioning thought, tho time to
tell,
And It Is well.
Let mo keep on, abiding and unfearing,
Thy will ahvayn,
Through a long century's ripening fruition,
Or n short day's.
Thou canst not coiuu too mjoh ; and I can
wait,
If Thou come late.
Independent.
ay he gets such a cozy llltlo dinner as
r.u can glvs him if you like. Your lov-
JunN.
Forever bushed bo the slander that
women cannot invent. Miss Maggie
Knight, a New England lady, gives proof
positive to tho world that women can in
vont. Miss Knight has successfully pat
ented a square bottomed paper bag, which
for strength and convenience is said to bo
unsurpassed. But this is not all. Miss
Knight has added to the value of nor in
vention by another ono a machine for
folding thn paper bags. Tbis machine has
been patented, aud the first large one is
now being built. Tho macblno is capable
of doing the work hitherto requiring the
labor of thirty girls. With the assistance
of two operators it will cut, fold, paste
and dry, thirty thousand bag a day. Last
yoar, it is estimated, that half a billion of
tne ordinary sharp pointed naes wero
used in this country. The improved bags
being stronger, more convenient, and nut
moro expensive, it is no false, prophecy to
predict that they will prove money bags
to their inventor.
RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.
Tbe Protestants in Germany offer tho
(Old) Catholics the use of their chnrchos
The Rev. Thomas Drew, lato of Shep
ton Mallett, England, has recent lv come
with a colony of English Congregational-
ists to Wyliuiburg, Charlotte county, Va.,
Gttvazzi, who noithor bulieves in the
infullibillty nor in tho genius of Phis IX.,
siys, that In his youth, bis Holiness was
expelled from college fur general inca
pacity.
The Rev. Dr. Long, who is well
known in connection of the Methodist
Episcopal miiiion In Bulgaria, has accept
ed a profeisorthlp In the American Col
lego at Constantinople, at Roumoli-Iliisur.
Tbo Rev. Dr. Wild, who whs ono o
the visiting delegates of the Methodic
Kplicopal Church of Canada to tho late
general conference, has become pastor of
the Seventh avenue church, Brooklyn, in
place of Uishrp Andrews.
In pursuance of a contract with tbo
publishers of the 'Methodist,' twenty-six
of the Rev. T. Do WittTalinages' sermons,
phonograptcHlly reported, and twenty-six
articles writton by him, wll! uppcar In that
paper during the year beginning July 1.
There arc said to bo in Switzerland
1,550,00') Protestants, against 1,084,056
Catholics. Tho Catholic! have gained
ground so rapidly even at Goneva, the old
craaio of Calvinism, that they now num-
in mat canton no lets than 47,867, against
.j,tiu l'fotcitants.
peace
equal
PERSONAL
-Chief Juitlco Ci.aie Is at Newport.
Mr. J. O. Bancroft Davis is in London.
There aro rumors that Gustavo
Dore will visit this country next year.
Bret Harto and family are at tbe
Grand View House, Morristown, N.J.
Governor Hoffman is about to build
a fine house at Islip, Long Island.
Father Gavazzl lectured twlco in
Cincinnati on Sunday, to large audiences
Mr John P. Blgelow, an ex-Mayor of
uoswn, uied In that city July 4, aged
eevemy.iour years.
Mr. llul.n lam . .
""""" jiiiis, wuo ion irora a
window of the Metropolitan Hotel in
Washington, on the morning of the 4th ol
July, diedon Saturday.
Mr Meeban, who died at Washington
Friday of apoplexy, wm for many years
vne Assistant iiiurarian of Congress, in
charge of tho Law department.
THE LIQUOR LAW.
BUMS OF THE SALOON KEIFBRS.
(From the Peoria Review.)
Tho saloon keepers havo shown thnlr
appreciation of tbo new liquor law In vari
ous ways.
In Galesburft, on Monday, every saloon
was ornamented with a largo bunch of
black crape, symbolic of mourning for de
parted tpiritt.
John Slock, of El Paso, takes a business
view of the situation, puis up tbe new law
in bis saloon, and prefaces it with tho fol
lowing: "Take a drink of this. I propose to do
business strictly in accordanco with tho
ftrovislons of the following act of the Legis
ature. No Honor will be sold to drunk
ards, or to those whose families need tholr
money. Positively noliquir will bo given
away, or sold on trust, or to minors. Casb
will talk, and Trust will walk. Read the
following Law."
The Springfield brewers, ditstillcrs and
saloon keepers huve associated themselves
together, and issue tne tallowing card :
"Tbe association of Springfield brewers,
dlstil'eri and saloon keepers, notify all
guardians, fathers, mothers, si.ters and
rothers, and in general, all persons hav
ing control of any individual or individu
als, wno aesiro to prevent mem irom using
any intoxicating liquors, that by leaving
notice at post omee unx iw, with name,
description, and, If possible, a photograph
or said individual or inuivmuais, tneir
wishes will be complied with."
Think ot an old toper calling for nis
morning grog, and having to wait ten
minutes, wntin tho bar tender compares
his phiz with thn photos furnished bv kind
friends, to see whether ho is in the list of
tho prohibited. How anxiouslv our fu-
turn legislators will quiz ' gin sllngprs'
of tho Lioiand to ascertain ir their names
are on the black roll
John Wadlnck, of Decatur, notifies the
puhllc as follow :
As I am about to take out a licence un
der the New Temperance Law, I would
request all relatives, mends, and perrons
legally authorized to rurnisn me, ty mall
or otherwise, the names of those to whom
they dn not wish intoxicating liquors to
ho sold, and the wishes of persons thus
instructing me, shall bp complied with.
We pitv John's old customers. Evcrv
day, old sucker will havo some interested
friend to notify John not to sol) him a
drop of tho "critter' under penalty of
law.
Our Celctia neighbors manago dltfer-
rontly I hey provtdo theinselvet with
" permits, ' and confidently approach the
manof toddles, hand In their littlo billet
dour-, piss over tho change and iHko it
' straight." In Peoria, so fur as heard
from, tho coast is yet clear. No photo
required. No black lists furMshid. See
tho advantage of living in a temperate
city.
HOW JOHN PMITHSON GOT A DINNER UN
DER FALSE I'llF.TKNSES.
At tho window of a trim littlo villa, in
a neat littlo subuib one of iho.o liny
gems of houses with which tho great sub
urban ring enclosing London is so thickly
studded a villa overhung by laburnums,
and shaded by lilacs, with u garden at the
uacK us Dig as a drawing room laOle, and
a lawn iu iront nearly us large; at the
parlor window of this llltlo Aucadla, gaz
ing wistfully ovor tho trim little grass
plot there sat, tho other morning, us trim
a lltll3 figure as ever newly made Bene
dict could wish to call his own.
How pretty she was in hurmuringdres,
with her fair hair, arid her bluo eyes, and
her white fingers I And to anv ono there
to see it there was a new look about the
broad cold ring on her left hand, and a
something in tho way she fidgeted it with
her fingers, which showed a certain Strang
neis In its presence there, und betrayed
unmistakably the brldo.
And so sho was. Sho had been mar
threo months; and, if tho truth must bo
told, sho wus tired of it already.
Breakfast was ovor and done. John's
arm-cholr (ornpty) stood by tho fire-place,
i i j
N. B.-SIe sharp."
Front that time up till 5:30 p.m., bustlo
and commotion, nnd high Jinks In tho
cooking line, reigned supreme In the trim
little villa. And when tho appointed
hour came, it was with nn exultant, ulboit
a slightly flushed laco (at tho thought of
the gastronomic triumph In storo for " tho
old and truo friend " whom her husband
was to bring home), ns Arabella ran to
tbe door to answer her husband's knock.
For, let mo say In ft whisper, this was nn
office she hid not learned to delegate to
tbe trim . little servant.
When tho dor opened, thero stood
John, radiant smlllne, but alone.
' Why, John," said Arabella, whero is
ho?"
"Hp.tnydear? Who?"
" Whv, the gentleman "
" Here he Is, my dear," answered John,
demurely.
" What, you ?"
"Yes none other."
But you said I know him well," con
tinued Arabella, nearly crylnjr.
"Well, don't you? " asked John with a
sly twinkle In his eye.
"And ho was nn old nnd truo friend,"
Arabella went nn.
"Well, Isn't h.i?"
"Oh. John, It Is too bad, yr.u-vou
wicked," nnd horo Arabella fairly
broke down, ond burst Into tears.
Of course, things smoothed themsolves
out after a while; John presided Mt the
dinner, wh'ch was to Iihvo as'nnUhcd ' the
old and trno friend," and Arabella sat at
the foot of tbo table Thero cn bo no
doubt that fellow John" enjoyed the cozy
littlo dinner ho had obtained under such
nutraeeously lalsu pretenses; but It Is a
question whether Arabella has lorglven
him tho fraud ho practised, to tbis very
day. Judy.
MUKEANJUICHANAN.
STARTLINO STORT CONCERNINO HISHKATII.
(Kroin the Jnekcnn (Ml.,) Citlten
Mr. Kendall, McKuun Buchanan's busi
ness ugent al the time of his death, pnsi:d
through this cltv tho other day, un route
fur the Boston Jubilee, and remained heru
for a day or two. He told n strungu story
concerning tho death of Buclmnun, which
will bo of interest to our citizens, Inasmuch
as one of the chief nctors in this drama re
sided In Jackson somo two years ngo.
This lady Is Miss Gabricllit JMcKcun, who
came hern from Toledo, und resided ono
summer with nn uncle, H. Mabltt Brown,
Esq., and then accepted un engagement
with Mr. Buchanan.
Mr. Kendall reports that previous to
bis death he gave Mr. Buchanan some $10,
000 in Government londs, but that upon
his death, which was very sudden, only
$600 of it could bo found tbo remainder
having, mysteriously disappeared, without
a trace of Its whereabouts. Miss McKuan
was very avaricious and ambitious, and is
roported to have said that no man's lifo
should stand between her nnd lior advance
ment in wealth as well as in position. Su-
piclous circumstances transpired in addi
tion to tho mysterious disappearance of his
money, led Mr. Jjuchanoii s menus to he
licvo that ho had been poisoned, and by
Miss McKoan, Buchanan's daughter, Mr
Kendall says, has caused her father's body
to be disinterred for tbo purposuof uolioin
ical analysis, and If tho susncions prove
true, JUlss JUchean will be arrested.
. . ,
OREELEY ON THE PRESIDENCY.
In 18G8 Mr. Greeley was nt a public
dinner in Montreal, and in the course of a
speech ho thus spoko ot those unhappy
men in this country who want to bo
president.
" Mr. Webster was not only a gentle
man, but he bad the dements or moral
greatness, nnd ho hud faults us well. He
tailed only lu one respect, and In this re
spect I differ fiom bun ho wanted to be
president and l don t. queers n i luuw ti
ler. But fur that cue misfortune he
would nave been tno greatest mun
America ever produced. Wu havo seen
our greutest man, Mr. Chase, making tho
sumo blunder. I liavo teen men who hud
the diseato early and died of it at a very
old ago. Laughter.! General Lewis
Cass died at about elgnty-iwo, und up lu
l no day ol ins death, ho wanted to uu
president. No one ever escapes who
catches the disease ; ho lives and dies in
Ibu delusion. Being a reader and un
observer at un early ago I saw how it poi
soned and paralyzed the very best of our
tuuiic men, and l have carefully avoided
t. It was easy then to steak for ttuth
and Justice when they needed an advo
cate, when those who threatened could
execute no vengeanco that you dreaded.
So, then, I think you aro happy in that
respect, if in no other, lor none of you In
Canada expect to become the sovereign
of your country."
John's breakfast cup (empty also) stood
on tho tablo. And John himself wus
gone to tho city, thoro to romaln all tbo
long dull day.
"It Is so dull," said tho little matron to
herself; "it is so dull I John won't coma
home to dinner to-day again, I daro sa
it's only cold meat if he does; and I sLa!
be by myself all tho cvenlug, It is so
dun."
rour hours latter there was a knock at
vne uoor ol tno trim little villa.
Rat-tat I Sharp and quick it sounded,
Rat-tat I '
11 was the postman. "Miss Arabella
Smlthson 7 why, It is for me," snl(l thn
trim little matron to the trim little ser
vant wno nad answered tbo door, "and
John s writing, too. what can be the
matter?"
"My Dear Arabella: Thinking you
will be dull to-day, I have decided to
bring ome one to dinner some one you
know well, and sn old and true friend.
I am sure you will do your best, tor I
will tell you in confidence it isn't every
PAUL Or. SCHUH'S Pro
scription Drug Storo is open
day and night. All prescrip
tions carefully and neatly fill
ed with dispatch. Tho largest
and finest selections of Toilet
Articles, Vases and sundry
Fancy Goods of all descrip
tions just received and sold by
polite and attentive clerks at
the lowest figures. Satisfy
yourself by a call. 6-231m
W. M. Williams, Jas. Kinsley,
Late of Vick.liurg, Mint. Lata ot Uin'il,
VV. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
GENERAL AGENTS,
FOlUVAltUlNO AND COMMISSION
IMIEHCH-A-ISI TS;
65, OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
7 -ill.
I1J2MIY II. J1EYJ2K,
PRACTICAL t ION & DECORATIVE
PAIN T K H .
OltAIMNL. and MA1U.UM3 of f tcry i!ec:i.llon
In every tljle, I l.ln, liuruithtd -ti'i Ornamental.
1'articuUr itteutlud allto
OLASS UILM.SO, ETC., ETU.
Ord r folitiied for 8e. o-ry In Oil. or WATtlt
CUlAhu-t, Krriuo nl Ituiw-r mating, -nJ
ui It uuir iiitnl .uiiffa.lor).
GLASS SHOW. ARKS of ll d-oiiIIOD,(IMed,
PUlu utid OriluiuelitHu
All work trusi. i to in cre will l promptly
itiii lo-l to. I'i.c.s iroilerute. p rtleuUr ut.
t, niton io ira'lu ri.i It .liu, In uiu Peri liuu
iu Th lius'a ilil Maud, coiner dliuucrclal ate
nuuaud KiKhth St., Cairo, III. 7-111'.
US . mj
mm
THE TtCllPKKANCE LAW,
The saloon keepers of Springfield buvo
posted tbo following rules over their coun
ters .
" An Intoxicated person must not ask
for strong drink at this bar.
" Enough is btter than a feast."
" An habltaual drunkard cannot be ac
commodated here with unwilling strohger
inun lemonMne.
" Tempt-runce Is a virtue,."
" Minor children mut bavo a. written
order from their parents, or drink noth
ing but soda pop or lemonade In tula sn
loon.
" Chile rcn oboy your parents."
(Jen. Sherman and suite, whiln In
the Cuucasas, wero invited to un elegant
breakfast, ut which tliev met a number of
official personages. Whn the visiling
patty camo to leave, tlioy wore presented
with" a bill for the breaklust, including nil
tho expenses of every ono who was pres
ent.
Blankenburo auead I Wines nnd Ci
gars I oldest and choicest, at the EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite the Post Office.
Finest of Liquors, Freo Lunches and mu
sic every day. Tho great Liberal and
Deraocratic,Grooly & Brown drinko Weis
Bekr,1s madoa specialty, and Fredpiides
himself upon keeping the freshest and
coolest in the ctly. Lemonades tho cold
est, mixed drinks and music thn finest
HEAD QUARTERS.
BEERWART, 0RTH:& CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
I Dealers in
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
WARE,
GHATES. MANTELS
PUMPS, PLOWS,
REP EIGEEATOES
ICE CHESTS
WATER COOLERS.
GOOCH'S FREEZERS,
BIRD CAGES,
"W I IR, JB CLOTH
fcr Winddw icreen-,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Ac, &c, iScc.
farming Implements,
HOES, RAKES,
SUOVELS, FORKS,
SCYTHES, SNATHS,
CRADLES, &c, &c.
Alo manulactiirir of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Shket iron 6i Cotter Ware
ole AgratH for tho celtbratrd
FAME COOKING STOVES,
UrIC'b MoVEAllLE FoiNT STFEL 1'LOW
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
fCANTLI.N A COOK'S
EVAl'ORAlORa AND CORN MILLS
AND
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
TOP,
IVnrrantcd a iir;cure lrr airoklng vhlmnlti
rvH.M i uiu;.
Go thoro.
C27tf
Ir thero nro nny moro unpaid claim,
against tho Firemen's plc-nic commlttco
thoy should bo presented without delay to
Albert Susnnka for pnymont, as tbo coin
mlttoe desire to settlo up in full. 12-2t.
Groceries, low down, for cash, ut T
W. Carrico's now store, No. 140 Washing
ton nvenue. 7-12 lwd
THE LITTLE K.ENTUCKIAN,
No, 53 Ohio levoo, Is the place whero
they keep the freshest fish and gumo, and
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars, to be
found in tbo city. Dinner only twonty-
tlvo conts. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
8-Itf.
rOH MALE
Tha Illinois Central Rail Itnvl Comp'ny now
1rfr sale ihelnlluwlng described lots ln;Kir
A Idltlon to tho City of Cairo, ! t
L t VT block 30, Lot 8 block CJ,
" l " to, W " M,
t 81 " S8 " i,
8 tr " SI ' W,
" 3 ' i, Si " ICI.
or nns.BU. apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
dtl AksbS
I'hai. tliotnincjcr. Wm. fcchick
CIIAS. SIIOENMEYER & CO.
FURNITURE ROOMS,
UPHOLSTERING
AM
Mattress Manufacturing,
Furniture Repairing,
PICTURE FRAMI1SG,
All orders promptly attended to. .
NORTnWEttT CORNER OK WASIIINOTON AV
ENUE AND TENTU ST.,
CAIRO, ILL.
P . O Pnhtit 1SW.
Isndtf.
VVAUOM).
WAGON MANUFACTORY.
For Salo at Wholesale c Itotuil
CORNER 32D-6TItli:T AND OniO LEVEi
Cairo, Illinois,
norlltl . OAMBJLR
SIGN OF THE
BARCLAY BROTHERS.
74 OHIO, LEVEE.
CAIRO.
WholnI-nd RrUII
PAINT & 01 L DEALERS.
We krep lull dock nf I'urf I'ruc- and
!MI IB ID I C 1 3ST J3 S .
PAINTS,
OILS,
AND COLORS
. .Korlhe season; also lull ilnsol
PAINT,
VARNISH,
AND ARTISTS
BRUSHES,
Aud renters Mstrri.tN Ksocrally.
Do you wish to rfcclro all the benefit Irom
the celebrated
MEDICINAL WATERS
-OF-
JfSTSARATOOA, N. Y.,
and
Is9 DLUE LICK, Kt.
Without I tic xpen-a ofotrln to the rfort.
If po npplv lo in We rtcrlTB the waten di
rect frum the tirlnn, and nro p'rnareil to lur
nnh ihrm pure, K.'K COLD, tre.li and Liirly
frnm our counter. l'ermin UTinit at a ill. Unto,
or who wish to have the water In Iheir houea,
can U ni..l-d wuhHaraioKa in bottle anil Illue
Lick in bntilei, k." and OAtrela. Call and Ret
aclrcular In rmard to the medicinal rirtuea ol
tliee noted wntera.
t-9dtr
AIo a compti'tn line of lollet artlctrt, lm
pnrted and AmeriianMoai.,
COLOGNES,
POMADES,
EXTRACTS,
HAIR,
TOOTH
AND NAIL
I BRUSHES,
Toother with a larne aMortment of Irugjlati
Hundriea and
O-OOJJS.
CARBOLIC ACID
DISINFECTING POWDER.
An effectual protentiv- ol Cholera, Typhoid
Feier, rmatM'ox. rcatlt Ketrr, ileare... Cat.
t'e Ui'i AK)'. and all pv.lnriit.al m.ti 'i,iitil(,iia
Il.piei4, Ilii put up I pain.iitrd carinnn. tbr
inpa of whli-h conuin p-rlortlon, Irom which
It cjii be prinkted as from n pepier Ixix. -old
by IHHCIiT UltOS.
The retail price it M cmii per pkckar.
(rrrwrnlmi: of the llour.l of Health Offlrla,!,)
Orrict liiuan ur Ilr.LTH, ft. l.oun.VM May,
1871. 'I he v aldent phj-lcian- .tatei. lhat hn nn
ued. lu th cliy hoi.piul, the caibuiic ariil
p-iwiler nnd flivls it I lie b-i i.lnfeciat and
derlrnyer of bim, iti, coikroa he Ac, i.l
hlc). Pe ba- kn'iwl.due. Vi ur cummitiee re
commend Ihe purchae of tliU powuer for uae
in the hmpltala,
(signed R. U. O'BRIEN,
Clerk I'nanl ol ll.allh.
We ere now in receipt (.fa fieah stock nf
BOOT A.MS eHOK HIOUE.
HARDY & GREEN WOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., noar Atbcncuni.
CAIRO, ILLS.
Keep on hand a K"od aaxortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES.
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And M Uses' und Children's Gaitkks and
Suoes.
Also, Slippers of all Kinds.
"Which they sell at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
They are nl-o prepared to .upply Ldie anu
Oentleineii with tl.u hK-r F bliUi' VUi liK.nl
liiirej iliat in It i niiitie lili.n. o-Uil
IKON WUIIKN.
PHILADELPHIA
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
ItOliEKT HOOD, TIIOs. H Ituo'f
ROBERT WOOD & CO.
I,t3tl JtldKM Avenue, I'lilladelp'ila, Pa.
-FOUNTAINS- FLOATlNUBWAN3---VASE
-KHOC8
STATU A KT -WATER LI LI E3
-DUCK9- -TUnri.E9,4c.-Fnr
Decorating Fountain.,
VERANDAHS, SUMMER HOI'SE?,
IKUOiU, CUAIK9, BET IE lit), Ac., Ac.
. NEW STYLE WttuUOItT.IKON KAILINO for
Front of Houce and Cmneteries. Nvr before
introiluctid.
CAST AND WROUOHT-IRON HAILIN03 for
Piidliu lIuildinKa aud UnUHr, Cmetery Lota,
and Oardeu Feme, llalconiea, Roof Cresti JK,
etc, in grt-t variety of I'aitvrna.
IKON hTAIIIS. spiral and etraleht, ol ynrlnu.
Falierni and tj ten. Special atlenllou given tbii
clan of work,
LA Mi I'OSTS, for Frontaof Publio Buildings,
Ilotcla, and City Htreota, ol Plain and Elaboraie
Dtulantfi
HIAU1.E FITTINGS, of Cast and Wrought-Iron,
of New Improved Stylea, nucli aj liay Racks,
bull lnvlslona, Mkdkoib, Harness brackets, Uut.
tern, Trap., Venlilaiora, tit.
WIRE WORK of every description. Wire
Ouurda of Cr.tnped Wire.uatva-jlted i r Painted,
iu I lain or Ornamental Paiierin. lor Store Doors
or Wlmiowa, racory and Warehouse Window.,
Kalhoga for (itncoa, Hanka, Counter Itllmge,
ilalcoiuea, Lawn nd Farm loners, n.,ae.
OATES for entraiit'e to C-mteries, Publi.
Hnuare a d Gentlemen's Couniry Benin, of (Ik
Tubingor Wrought. Iron, both nlciile und double,
in elaborate aim almple (leiUui, '
PRINKINO FOUNTAINS, lor street usee. A
very large aaaortment of deslxos expreely for
thia pu pose. r '
and!.' "Mre?. "R'NAL BXE9' f0rPub" lrk'
nYr.lVlf!:S,,!,,tftr!e, e'lt'onla) pattern,
dlilii d "fjfns. ' ey CUU"B' H,lKo DJ
8100 IN ONE WEEK.
To sny ihrrwd man who oan do hutmeia on toe
quid, I guarantee an Immense fortune, easily,
apidlv and in perlcct safety Addret In per'eot
confidence, JAMEd FROST.
27 w9a toe Ulsskti sir!, Mew York
II. T. QEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
i itta ir
JAN FIXTUMEft,
Gas Fitter's and Plumber's material, Woo
pumps, filobe anu anaie valt.p, atop
cocks, ch.ck valves, ttv.
sun ioiar ros
rsilU Brother I alrstt lirjr Caa Melf r
And Morehouie , Wells Co'a Aulomatle Watet
Indicator and Supply Valve for steam loller.
WINTER'S MLnrX. COMMKhl'IAL-ATRHU
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
TENTH STREET,
BETWEEN WASB'N AVENUE AND WALNCT
Dr. O, f. Fislds lolo,m. (he publio that he has
opened a
LIVERY STABLE,
n Die northwet side of Tenth strett as named
Hbuve.
Ilia filallea will b fumlsued with none bat the
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the public may oe a coramodated at all hours
kst'thims " ""b U" " " lh ,'ow
Dr Flelda aeka a shae ol public patronage,
and alll ei,deavTto merit it by fair deahtii and
alrict ktttn.iou to bu.ii.ere.
JaWVKHS).
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORN RYb
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
, CAlItO, ILLINOIS.
William II. Green,
w mum u tint
Mile. F. Gilbert
sWHpecia. attention given to Admiralty and
leamboat business.
orrici cuio letec, booms 7 and 6 oris
C1TT NATIONAL DANK.
LLEN, MULKEY & WHEELER
ATTORNEYS
ARO
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William 1. Allen,
John 11. Mulkey, V CAIRO, 1LI.INOW.
Bareuel p. Wheeler. )
JTParilcnlar allenlloTpSid to river and ad
miraliy Liu i nee.
OFFICE Over F t National flank, Ohio Levee.
BOAT MTMftfcft.
BAM WILSON,
I BOAT STOEEa j
O RU CER1KS.
PROVISIONS ETC.
nm. no
Oma Letse
Cairo, Ilu
oai.a raoarrtv rittto
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VAKIETT STOCE IN THE'ciTT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Ntnelrrnili alreSiissd t'osa
mrtclal Ateuue,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
c o. Pa TEE
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
I'. Dt KftXroBD, .... Propnalur
Cob. Ob io Levee & Second St.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
mpe rnnvrjed lo and Irrm tbe Dep i free
CLOSE & VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
AKO
DEALEES T.T"M"y)'
Cement, Plaster Paris,
AND
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
Corner Eighth Mreel and Ohio Ltvss!
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Buccemon to E. li. Urndricaa A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission:
MERCHANTS,
WHARP-DOAT PROPRIETORS;
ml Advancements n
uj.ou Ciiu.lKoinents
Liberal Advancements made a
Are prepared to receiee, .tore and forward
freltfhte lo all points and buy and
aell on commlasion,
SarBusiness attended to promptly;
WOOD RITTKN HOUSE,
FLOUR
AND
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
SUTTER & BIERWIRTH,
708 WASHINGTON AVENU
ST. LOUIS, M0.
Stained, Enameled, Embossed and ground Olass
of every description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CHURCH
WORK. V Or dsrs fn m all parts of the couat
uiiiIIt anssdsd t-u dw las

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