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CAIRO DAILY fitiLtETIK, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1872.
t ABtlOr TUB ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
a M4 after aiiad-jr, Mr 14th, ml. the follow
HM table will forern lh aimai ana aoparv-
mm HHiiHr iralaa at Cairo I
liiiif T " tiiala. dally , .... .1-00 .m.
!j Express, daily 2.-40 p.m.
?JfWwMHI,itolly, 3:45 .n.
h Kxpreee 3.4) p.m.
' Cairo and St. Louis Short Liar.
i AmT ...M....MM.......MH..M.34A p.RI
)ftft.HH.IN.tlMIHH4M.H.HHHtl.M.l 12l30 a.m.
NaehaaKeoferr from Cairo le Rt. Loul. No
?!M c'aa Irom Cairo to Chicago. Elegant
"rrlf Roon sleeping em on night trams,
'iminr checked to all important twlnla.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Witl make three trips dally.
I tUTIKO MOISD C1TT
s m I At 1:30 ft.fu.
U t ll........ vm. At 1:30 V
At 4 ).....-...i.m. I At fl..............-p.m.
"' Fare e-h aj. 30 cent 1 10 ticket for $2 SO.
I Will laod,whn hailed, at anrsood Intermediate
' aadiDRlor pantenxera or freight. nor ltf.
The splendid steamer
Ben. Howard Capt.
I.eoea OMro DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at 4
v,r relhtor puiu annlron boardor
lanJtf JAH HlGOS, Ag't.
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
PFICE Over H. J. McQaalei's ilrua store.
1 near corner Conmerclal avenue ami Kluh.
teentn aireet. 3-sitr
, WILLIAM 11. SMITH, 81. D.
f tESIDE.NUK No. 21 Thirteenth Hired, be
All tweeu Washington atenue and Walnut street.
Omeeli Commercial arenne, up stairs.
J. W. DUNNING, M. D.
NWIDBNCE-cornerNinth and Walnut sts,
LVJftsa corner Sixth street and Ohio loree.
Cite hours from 8 a.m. to 12 m., and 8 p.in
H. WARDNER, M. D.
I BUI0KHCC Corner Mnetcenth street and
li Waahlngton avenue, near court house. Of.
tec, over Arter'a Grocery Store, Otflco Hours Irom
Ka.ru. to 12 m. and Irom 2 to 4 p. m.
Our Home Advertisers.
P. G-" SchulT.
Providing for fencing nnd Improving St.
lie It ordained by the City Council of llio
city of Cairo,
Section 1. That nn appropriation
of Twelve Itunilrt'il (61,200), dollars
lie, nnil tlic same Is hereby innilc,
for the nut-DOM! of cncloslm;
with a suitable fence and Improving St. Ma
ry's rnrK. I ii.il iiio jmstH oi saw icnco snail
be or red cedar, cigiuicct long, live nnu one
lialf feet aliow the surfjce of the ground,
and not less than the Inches In diameter,
with n ba'c-board of cynrcM or white oak.
l..l.An. lu.l.n. ...I.ln h I.. ..1. l.tAl.F
i ikiim i n mini - ti iiiv ttiiu vjiiu iiiv:ii imcr..
Willi live strands of galvanized Iron wire of
suiiauie tnicKne, siretciicti rront post to
post, mid that the the work be done under the
direction of a Special committee of three, to
be appointed by the Mayor, nnd by days'
work or by contract, as said committee may
Suction 2. That said committee be ulso
authorized to have the logs, stumps nnd
weeds In said park burned or removed, nnd
Mich trees planted ns they may think expedient.
Approved Jul- 12th, A. I): 18T2.
.TolIN M. 1,AXSI)KX, Mayor.
Attcit. M. .T. IIoWI.ky, C'ltv Clerk.
OHDINANUK NO. 211.
to detenniuo nnd tlx the nmoiint of revenue
to be raised by taxation for the year A. O.
1872, for city purposes.
lie it drdaincd bv the Cltv Comic I of the
city of Cairo :
hECTIo.V 1. There shall be ral-ed by tax
ation for cltv purposes for the year A. D.
1S72, the folfowliitf sums of money, to wit :
First To defrav the contingent and other
expense, of the cftv, not otherwise provided
for, the sum of if 10,000 00, the same to go
into, and constitute n part of, the general
Second. To defrav the costs and expenses
of making Improvement unou the streets
and avenues and public ground of the city,
not otherwNo provided for, fee, the sum bf
$10,ono 00, the same to go Into and consti
tute the improvement fund.
Third. To nav the interest on the bonds
of the city, not otherwise provided for, the
sum of $10,(l.0 00, the same to go Into the
Fourth. To pay the Interest on the bond
of the city, Issued to Fox, Howard .V Co.,
inc sum oi ciu,wo, me same to be set apart
and exclusively used for the payment of sidd
last mentioned interest.
J'iftli. lo nav tho Interest on tliebomh is
sued, or to be issued, to the Cairo St. Lou
is Hallroad Company, the sum of s?$,0tW 00.
the same when collected to be set apart and
nxclntlviOv iioeil for 1 1 tinviiioiit ofsulil Inst
Sixth. To nav the interest on the bond
to be issued to the Cairo .t Vlnecnnos Hall
road company, the sum of S8,f00 00, the
same, when collected, to be set apart and
exclusively used for the payment of tsald last
mentioned interest, thus making In the ag
gregate, thu sum of g.vr.l.V) 00, to be raised
by taxation for the purposes above cnunicr-
Section 2. The Mayor and Clerk.
of said city of Cairo, -hall, on
or before the second Tuesday
of August, A. I). 1872, certify to the
county cicrK oi Aiexanuer county mat inn
city ot Cairo require the sum of $:7,K0 00
to iju raiseu iy taxation mr city purposes.
.section i ne Louiiiy col
lector of said Alexander county,
f hereby authorized to receive city
orders or scrip in payment of city
taxes to the extent of .een twentieth
(7-20) of the amounts due from all persons
and bodle corporate.
Section 4. It shall be the duty
of the Cltv Treasurer, whenever the
County Collector of said Alexander
county shall pay over to him city
taxes, in money or cuy orucrs or
scrip, to apportion the money between the
io r sevcra at nameii li nns lor ino nav-
ment of interest in proportion to the said
several amount to be ral-ed for that pur
nose, and to divide the orders or serin, (nnd
money, when the said four several sums or
fund arc satistled) equally between the said
general and improvement funds. And
it shall be the further duty or
said Treasurer to keep all of said
fund or sums of money separate
and apart, and to apply them exclusively to
the said several purposes for which they are
to lie raised, as Herein spcciueii.
Approved July 12th, A. I). 1872.
.lOlIN M. 1.ANSDKN, Mayor,
Attest, M..J. IIowlkv, City Clerk.
in relation to local improvements.
He It ordained by thu City Council or the
i ll i' if Culm
sJkctiox 1. That the provision of
article ix mine) oi an act en
titled, "An Act to provide for the
Incorporation of Cities and Villages,"
pased by the General Assembly of this state
at a late so-loll, and approved April 10, 1872,
be and the same are lierebv adopted by this
Council and by said city of Cairo, and all lo
cal Improvements hereafter to be made by
said city, shall be made, and tho costs there
of assessed and collected as protldcd for by
thu provision of said article nine of said act.
Approved Jul- 12th, A. I). 1H72.
JOllN M. LANSDKN, Mayor,
Attest, M. J. llowmv, City Clerk.
OltDINANCK NO. 28.
providing for thu appointment of a Health
He It ordained by the City Council or the
city or Cairo :
SUCTION 1. That an additional Po
lice Constable, to act us Health
olllccr, be appointed by thu
Mavor nnd City Council, In accordance
with the provl-lou of the City Charter, to
hold his olllce troin the llrst day of June un
til the llrst day or October in each and every
year, provided, lie may be removed at any
time by a majority of the members elected
to both brunches ol the City Council. The
duties of said olllccr shall be to examine
from time to time ull places and premises In
tho city, with a view to ascertain the exist
ence of anything that may lead to sicklies or
disease ; to ascertain and report to the prop
er olllcers the existence of any nuisance,
place or thing likely to be injurious to the
public health, and to adopt proper measures
under tho ordinances ol thu city for their
abatement and removal, and notify all per
sons of thu requirements of the "Hoard of
Health and of the Citv ord nances in rcla
tlon thereto ; to promptly make report to the
proper olllcers of the city of nil violations of
the ordinances and regulations of the city In
relation to tho preservation or the puhllu
health, and generally to do and perform all
duties that may be properly required or him
by the Hoard or Health orcity authorities In
SECTION 2. Said rolieo Consta
ble, acting us Health olllccr, shall
hao authority to serve ull notices,
writs, and processes required ror thu en-
luicumeiii oi an regulations aim onu
nances pertaining to thu preservation of the
imm; iieaiin oi uie city, ana lor mo collec
tion of any penalties Imposed for a violation
of Hie same, and thull be paid u salary at the
rate of seventy-live dollars u month.
-Approved. I Uly llitn, A. I). 1872.
. V".'1.1, M ''ANSDKN, Mayor.
Attest, M. .1. Howlky, City Clerk.
T'T'M'in is "m:o"T"ei"X". "
A laeatock of Watchis, Clocks, Jewelry
Md toectaclea. Particular attention given
tM tasto of Wtrfi repairing. The public
H mUtitti to oil and compare prices and
CSMMab motm agcu. iur nan .uuincruiairi
w wikw'i waicu uiey
I may, and excelled by none in
. rmMtAUon waicuen a specialty
There was n man in our town
And ho was wondrous wise,
Ho had a pnin irom ear to ear,
Another between his eyes;
And when ho saw ho hud Catarrh,
With ull his might and main
Ho purchased Sagn's ltorncdy
And has his health again,
is sold by druggists ovory whiro.
IIkli1 ok wk it.uisii. This Is what
neglected teeth would say If thoy could
remonstrate with their ownorsj and murk
this, tho teeth cannot perish or become
black or yellow if tho Sozodont is used
A Tnooir. Nothing is bettor proof of
tho oxcollouco of an articlo than tho fro
quont Imitations of it.
Those counterfeits aro tho universal
tribute which worthlcsincis puyi to merit.
"The- sterling worth and popularity of tho
Charter Oak Htovo is attested by this
Pablleatlon eatee, Ballettsa BaUdlng,
County court report to-morrow.
Circuit court adjourned yostorday
Tho passenger train on tbo 111. Cen
tral was delayed yesterday at Du Quoin,
waiting for the St. Louis train, and engin
eer Van Patten in tryln'g to niako up lost
time, had tho misfortune to break a spring
banger, by which tho train wm delayed
two or throe hours. No personal injury,
wo aro glad to learn was sustained.
Tho famous Mrs. Heno, tho beroino
of n thousand whisky squabbles, existing
on Commercial avenue, between lllh and
ll'th streets, was tbo center of attraction
last evening from about 0:80 to 7:30. A
largo crowd of men women and children
wcro nssemblcd lo witness tho whisky
festt-cutr exhibition, ,'whlch ended In tho
ignominious retreat of tbejbcroino, with tat
tered colors, demoralized and " slink up.'
No doubt tho occasion will furnish n police
hxamplo is contagious, J. cap year
sonds Cupid on tho rampage. Cairo
boasts of tin elopement of a toploftical
character. On Sabbath dny last an indis
creet son of his father,'. J. Cundiff, Esq.,
by uamo fathers, wo mean wo may os
well let it out was overcomo with lovo
and tho thormooiotorical altitudo of tho
mounting mercury, toguther; nnd, in the
parental absence, persuaded by artful
dodging, tho oloquonco of his wooing, and
by his fascinating sighs and turned up
oyc., tho damsel of his heart's dolight, tho
blushing maiden of his matrimonial de
nirc., tho pretty, piquant young lady
named Alico Stunloy, to fly with amarous
pcud to thu adjacent shores of "Missouri,
oven to Charleston and thoro mako him
unspeakably happy by uniting her for
tunes with ''his'n." Consent was grnnted
nnd they flitted tho deed was done, tho
knot was tied, and when the angry "pari
onts" como to time, it is supposed that in
stead of "Bless you my chlldron' there will
liou"fiaro up" up of tho hottest pattern.
Neither of tho youthfnl parties aro of age.
Vo regret to have it to rocord a de
faulter in the person of Mr. Charlo Vail,
book-keeper nnd cashier in tho well
known New York store, on Commercial
nvonuc, corner of Nineteenth street. Tho
frnud was discovered on Monday, nnd sad
lo say, on search being made, $700 was
found in his trunk, tho rest having been
spent. Tho defalcation nmountcd to over
$2,000. Mcssrs.,Urceley & Co., have dealt
considerately, so far with the, young man,
who is well connected, and is an oxcellent
hookkcopor, in whom unlimited conlldonco
was refused. Ho was arrested, and placed
in chargo of tho chief of police, to await
tho arrival of his brotbor from Chicago.
Wo sincoroly trust that truo repentance
nnd restitution will ensuo; and although
wonro by no means in favor of shielding
criminality on tho score of "respectabil
ity, " yet, in a case of this kind, in ono so
young, tho ends of justice and of mercy
might, perhaps, bo in ado to moet, without
enforcing tho extreme penalty of tho law,
and thereby confirming, in nil likolihood,
tho lad in vicious linbits and blasting bis
prospects for lifo. Wo advise him to
mako full restitution, nnd to turn over a
We induced our perpendiculars yes
terday morning to follow our nose, up Di
vision street, for tho purposo of using our
oyes. As u result wo will mention Mr.
Wm. Martin's lino largo now frame dwell
ing houso npproaehing completion, rosting
on a brick foundation, and ntfbrding a
comfortablo prospect for himself and fam
ily os a comfortablo home.
Ncurly opposito wo noticed Dr. Ward
nor's now doublo frame houso receiving
inside linish.a substantial roomy building,
with a verandah, nnd which ho expect
to let for $20 u month, each division;
$40 for tho whole.
Proceeding along to tho corner of Cedar
streot wo camo to a new dwelling houso
noarly finished for Mr. Stercer, 20 feet by
30 feet. Ho has four lots fencod in upon
the north-west corner of which tho houso
Coming ulong Wulnut street wo came
to thren now snug houfes on Fifteenth
street, two finished and occupied, und
ono building, owned by colored men,
nnd Just hero wo would noto that every
decent, respectable, colored man in Cairo,
who owns tno houso ho lives In, is n Oree
loy man. Hoforo putting tho quostion to
them, wo felt this to bo tho caso with
them; wo full it in our bones nnd
"things ; wo triumphed in tho knowledge,
and, on inquiry wo were certified of tho
fact, thoy woro ontliuslastlo Orocloy men,
thoy keep cloar of Kuschtd nil, I). M.
lest "evil communications corrupt good
mandors." To mako nssuranco doubly
sure and to guide thorn into way ot p"o
litlcal truth, thoy subscribed for The
Bulletin. Thoir names nro Wnrrcn
Webb, Cyrus Stephens und Jams Stephens,
On Wulnut, near tho comes of Thir
teenth street, wo passed tho rtsldenco of
Mr. l'billis, morchant, which looks very
nice, being nowly painted and fitted. In
tho front yard, Is to bo seo u magnificent
calladium, n tropical plant, measuring
tbo loaves, wo found thorn to bo four feet
six inches and a half in length, and three
feet four inches In width. It is, of course,
taken up in tho full and placod in doors
for protection during tho winter months.
His honor 'Squlro Shauncssy, who car
ried tho sword of justico yesterday with
dignity and Impartiality, was Introduced
by Marshal Cain, to Kmmanuol Hchultz,
for assessment on account of an overflow
of " lip and chotkinoss, offensive to cars
polito and Injurious to good morals. Tbo
oration was valued at $5 and costs. Tlmo
given und execution ordered.
Juck Divers, for displaying a superflu-
ous amount of muscular action, in bohalf
of tho Munn ('rant-radical cause, was
thought worthy of an assessed llccnto of
$10 for bis public exhibition, which bo had
forgotten to plank. Jack tearfully
pleaded for time, which was granted, and
execution ordered fur $18.10
John Rsgan, blbulatlng longer than ho
"or't to bad done, " which caused him
to tnlstako himself for tho othor man, was
surprised to bo informed ha wasn't the
othor fellow, but plain John 'lagan. Tho
information thus imparted by Ids honor,
was valued at $2, and his escort and
things " at $4.85. Timo given, nnd ex
BULLETIN FEINTING HOUSE.
On sovoral occasions, mention has been
made in tbeso columns of The Bullktin,
of improvements tnado from timo to timo,
in The Bulletin ofllco, but no connected
details havo boon glvon of tho various dc
partmonts and tho material which const!
tutes the complete establishment.
The present seems an opporluno mo
ment in which to present these details suc
cinctly, so that tllo public may form soma
Idoa, approaching accuracy, of "how it is
done" in The Bulletin Printing
in the heak
of the main building aro located tho News
Composing, Job and Steam Press Booms.
THE COMPOMNO 110OM,
in which many hands nro employed "at
caso" and "on tho forms," is snug and
neat, well lighted and ventilated, and con
tains an immense amount of printing ma
terial. To this department wo havo lately added
now type, and stands of tbo latest patterns
THE JOI1 HOOXI
is furnished with tho vory bost material
all tho latest stylos of Job Printing typo,
borders, etc. Wo havo in uso thiiek
hundred fonts of typo, nnd our facilities
for printing all kinds of largo Posters and
all other kinds of Job Printing from tho
elaborato circular of many colors, to n
cent ballad, both in rejpect of stylo and in
price, uro uucqualcd by any office in
Southern or Central Illinois. To this
largo stock, new patterns nro constantly
being added. Six skilled mechanics nro
employed in this department, also un
der tho immcdiatn supervhion of
Mr. Samuel M. Dickson, a master me
chanica Job Printer whoso good tasto
and skill havo given him an envlablo rup-
utatlon in bis trade.
IN THE BOOK DEPARTMENT
wo aro prepared to print books of n thous
and poges or pamphlets of two, in typo
of any size, nt prices in competition with
those of tho larger cities of the Kat and
THE PRESS ROOM,
is in charge of Mr. L. Cusiett, u thorough
and experienced workman. Hero may be
seon our new Four-Kollek Cottre'.l
and Baiicock Drum Cylinder Press,
which cost where it stands $4,000 a press
superior to tho celobrnted Hoe press, and
on which tho finest printing can bo done ;
also, our half-medium Universal Press,
which is, wo havo no hesitation In saying,
tbo best bed nnd platon press manufac
tured In this or any other country. We
havo also in constant use tho Gordon nnd
Dcgcncr presses, all driven by a
TEN HORSE POWER ENGINE,
built especially for The Bulletin, by
Messrs. Ileed & Mann, and which has
given us unqualified satisfaction. It Is
just the thing a thing of beauty and
works liko n charm. To the building of
this ongino Mr. Mann, who has grown
gray in bis business and knows ull about
it, gavo his special attention, and wo have
to thank him for a job wo havo tested and
not found wanting in any particular.
Tho Hoi lor , Engine and Shafting wcro
put In place, and ull tho machinery of tho
Press Koom arranged and fitted up by
Messrs. Bennio & Co., tho work being
done undor tho supervision of Mr. Charles
Slack, to whoso skill and industry wo aro
undor many obligations.
In this department Mr. I. C. Huels, late
of St. Louis Mo., is tho superintendent.
Ho is a thorough master of his business,
and, wo venturo to say has no superior in
the United States. If any doubt tho as
sertion, wo recommend them to pay tho
bindery u visit, and thoy wil. be shown
specimens of hand gilt work for covers of
books, etc., of great beauty and oluborato
design, from tho modival style to that of
tho most modern. It need, therefore, be
hurdly necessary to say, that ull work in
this establishment for finish and durabil
ity cannot be excelled, and the prices
cannot bo computed with.
Tho machinery is all of tho vory bost
description, amongst which arc a Buling
machine, n Hickock standing press, u
lloolo Paging machine, u span now
Brom & Carter curd cutter, costing $250,
Table shears, nnd a complete set of finish
ing tools. All work warranted, of what
ever kind. Persons having magazines,
to bo bound, old books rebound, or gilding
in leather etc., etc., should bring thorn on
Immediately boforo tho Fall rush.
W6 havo built up in Cairo, from u
very small beginning, a Printing Estab
lishment and Book Bindery complete In
ull thoir details, an uatublisment in which
ovory Egyptian should tuko a prldo. Wo
usk no Ion as to maintain us but wo
do usk that our people will give to us n
liberal patronage. Wo can d work at us
low llgures und as well us similar work
cun be done in St. Louis, Chicago or Cin
cinnati, nnd wo therefore usk that our
homo peoplo shall patroize The Bulle
tin in proforonco to printing offices in tho
cities wo havo named.
Oo to Wm. Ehlor's, on Twontloth
stroot, for your (ino custom mado boots
und shoos, You can't do bettor. Try
mo muddy coal.
Steamboats supplied nt any timo, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, nnd on usual
terms, at tho yard at Urand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorablo
terms upon application.
II, V. Olypiiant,
D, A, Bokek, Oen'l.Supt.
Hales Agent. 3-15-ly.
Dr. McOaho's medicate! Blackberry
Brundy, at M.TJ. McfJauloy's, near cor
ner of 18th street und Commercial ave
A FIELD DAY-
THE DEMOCRATIC CON URESSION
NOMINATION OF GEO. W. WALL.
J. BLACKBURN JONES NOMINAT
ED BY THE LIBERALS.
Tho Democratic convention of tho
Eighteenth Congressional District met in
tho Athenoum, nt 2 o'clock p. in., yester
day, nnd was called to order by Mr.
Thomas F. Bouton, chairman of Iho Con
On motion, Dr. N. It. Cassoy, of Pulaski
was appointed temporary prcsidont nnd
Jno. Q. Hnrman, of Alexander, temporary
Dr. Casoy, on taking tho chair mado
a fow appropriate remarks, when
On motion, tho following gentlemen
woro appointed n committee on credon-
M. B. llarroll, Alexander ;
J. W. Morris, Pulaski ;
A. J. Nimmo, Union ;
Mnnniug May Held, Mussac;
Oco. Olmstcud, Pope;
II. B. Hardy, Johnson ,
W. K. Murpby, Perry;
J. M. AVnshburn, Williamson;
McBride, Randolph ;
Dr. Ford, Jackson.
On motion tho following committco on
permanent organization was appointed:
Mcssers, John H. Moborly, of Perry : R.
R.Townes, of Union; M. B. Harrell, of
Aloxandor ; J. P. Johnson, of Randolph
and R. M. Allen, of Williamson. '
Mr. Albright moved that each county,
through its delegation, nominate a delegalo
to act as member of n committee to confer
with the Liberal Republican convention
to assemble this afternoon in this city.
Tho committco on credential", having
rotired, after consultation, returned, and
through Mr, M. B. Hnrrcll, secretary of
thu committee, made thu following report:
Alexnnder, (1098 votes.) Knlltlcd to
C votos, represented by
Jno. Q. Uarman,
E. T. Duvls,
M. B. Uarroll.
Jackson, (1333,) entitled to seven votes,
O. L. Mahoney,
V. A. Lemma.
Johnson, (CI 2) entitled to four votes
U. B. Hardy.
Massac (G14) entitled to four delegates
L. P. Stallcup,
Jus. A. Williams,
W. A. MeKano,
(C02) entitled to tire delegates
W. K. Murphy,
Jno. H. Mobcrlv,
Jno. A. Bolin.
Pope (673) entitled to four delegates
Oeorgo E. Olmsted,
Pulaski (015) entitled to four delegates
N. "R. Casey,
J. W. Morris,
Kdw. B. Shippon.
Randolph (1897) entitled to 10 delegates
M. G. Gorsuch,
J. P. Johnson,
R. P. Thompson,
C. L. Sponcer,
Jno. T. McBride.
Union (1770) entitled to nine delegates
M. O. Crawford;
N. J. Burner,
M. B. V. Harwood,
J. P. MoLnne,
A. J. Nimmo,
T. F. Bouton,
R. R. Townes,
Vi', S. Jlanners,
Williamson (1338) ontitled to seven dele
gates represented by
R. M. Allan,
Jus. M. Wasburn,
S. S. Vlck,
Jus. W. Samuels.
W. K. Murphy, Chairman.
Tho committee on Permanent Organ
ization reported ns follows:
Chairman, Dr. N. R. Casoy, of Puluski;
Vice-President, Thomas F. Bouton, of
Secretaries, John Q. llarman, of Alex
ander; and J. B. DoLanoy, of Jackson.
Tho roll of counties wus thon culled,
nnd tho following committco on conference
wus appointed by tho chairman of tho
respective delegation :
Puluski, L. G. Harris.
Union, R. R. Townes ;
Massac, J. A. Willfums;
Pope, Geo. Olrnstcnd ;
Johnson, II. B. Hardy ;
Perry, John II. Moborly;
Williamson, G. W. Samuels;
Randolph, C. L. Sponcer ;
Jackson. J. B. May ham:
Aloxandor, M. B. llarroll.
A motion was mado to adjourn till 7
Mr. Johnson, of Randolph, thon moved
that tho convention adjourn until 6
o'clock, and was proceeding to say that ho
mado tbo motion in ordor to givo the com
mittco on conference a chance to act, so
that tho Democrats and Liberals might
bo brought into harmony, whon Mr. Har
rell rose to n point of ordor that a ino
tlou to adjourn was not dobatablo. Tho
chair sustained tho point of ordor, whon
tho question was put nnd carried.
KIVE O'CLOCK SESSION.
Tho convention was culled to ordor,
when Col. Townes, chairman of tho Con
foronco Committee, submitted tho follow
ing us tho demand of tho Liberal Repub
in said district.
Tho llbotal ropubllcan voters of tho
sovoral counties nro requested to hold pre
cinct conventions on tho 18th of July, and
send delegates to their suvorul county
conventions, and bold county conventions
on the 20lh of July, and sond dolegatos to
tho district conventions.
Tho basis of representation will bo tho
Vote cust fur presidential doctors in 1808,
One dolegato for ovory two hundrod re.
publican votes cast, una ono delegate for
avery fraction of a hundred votes.
This will givo dologatlons as follows :
Counly. Vote. Dol.
Alcxnndor 03!) '1
Porry 1581 8
Pulaski 034 3
Popo 1161 C
Jackson 1308 7
Johnson 1233 7
Mnisac 888 6
Randolph 1013 10
Union ma &
Williamson 1410 7
Chairman Cum. 18th Congressional Dist.
It was moved to lay this report on tho
table. A discussion ensued on this ques
tion, when the motion provallcd to lay on
Tho following communication was
Cairo, July 23, 1872.
To tin; Chairman of the Democratic Congrcs
slonal Convention :
Dear Sir: Having been appointed
Eloctor for this district without my knowl
edge, and favoring tbo appolnlmont of a
Liberal Republican Elector. I. declined
to accept tho position, and notified tbo
democratic stato f.xecutlvo Committco
of my declination on 18th tbo inst.
I have addressed this communication lo
you, believing tho convention should rec
ommend a Liberal Republican as Elector
for appointment to tho Democratic nnd
Liberal Republican Joint Executive Com
mittee, nt Springfield. Yours rospect
fully. Wm. II. Giieen.
It was moved und adopted that Mr. B.
W. Sharp, a Liberal Republican, be re
commended to tho joint statu committco of
tho Democrats and Liberals as tho olector
from this district.
On motion Iho convention adjourned to
meet at 7 o'clock.
Tho Coventiou met pursuant to ad
journment. R. R. Townes moved to procood to nom
In ft to n candidate.
Mr. Crawford proceeded to nominate
Oco. W. Wall, of Porry county, Wm.
Murphy, of Randolph, Wm. Hartzoll, Mr.
Hardy, of Johnson, and J. B. Jones.
On motion, the llrst ballot stood ns fol
FIRST II ALLOT.
Monroe 2 l!
"Williamson I 3
AVilliamson r. 4 3
Jackson 4 3
On motion of -Mr. Spcncor, of Randolph(
Mr. Wall's nomination was made unani
mous. On motion of Mr. Townes, a com
mittee of thrco was appointed to inform
Mr. Wall of his nomination.
Messrs. Townc9, Harrell and Spencer
wero thu committco so appointed.
Dr. Ford moved to plnco in nomination
a Liberal Republican for tho Stato Board
of Kqunllzntion. Carried.
Mr. Allright, of Jackson, nominated
Paul G. Schuh for Member of the State
Board of Equ'a'.ization.
Dr. Ford-nominated N, W. Graham of
Mr. Johnson nominated John 11. Meyers
of Red Bud Precinct.
Tbo nominations of Messrs. Schuh and
Graham wero withdrawn, and Mr. Meyers
noininutcd by acclamation.
Tho committee appointed to notify Mr.
Wull of liis nomination returned with
that gentleman nnd was received with
Mr. Wall appeared boforo the conven
tion und addressed it briefly, reviewing tho
record of tho Radical administration, and
plodglng",hiraself to carry tho banner of
Liberalism to victory. Ills speech was
cheered with grout enthusiasm.
After Mr. Wall, Mr. Hartzoll wus
called and pledged himself to do all in his
power to secure tho election of his success
Judgo Green, In response to loud calls,
made u splendid speech.
At tho conclusion of Judgo Green's
spooch, n communication was road from
tho Liberal Republican convention an
nouncing tho nomination of Mr. J. Black
burn Jones for Congross.
Mr. Oberly was thon called and ropliod
In a brief spooch, whon tho convention nd-
Journcd tint die.
LIBERAL REPUBLICAN CONVEN
TION. Cairo, III., July, 2.1, 1872.
As per notice, tho Liberal Ropubllcan
convention assembled in good numbers, nt
thoir rooms In Winter's block at tho ap
pointed hour, for the purposo of nominat
ing a candidate for Congress from tho
Eighteenth congressional district.
On motion of Dr. Arter, Mr Alfred
Clapp was chosen president, and Mr Ed
ward Shippon as vice-president.
On motion of Mr. J. Winter, Alfred
Commings was nominated secretary,
Tho president mado n few appropriate,
woll-tlmcd remarks; ho hoped that tho
best of fcoling would provail, nnd that
such proceedings would bo adopted ns
would crcnto perfect harmony of tooling
bctwoon tho two great parties, who folt it
to bo a patriotio duty to sacrlflco partlson
fcoling, nnd porsonal considerations, to
tho groat object for which thoy hud con
vened. Mr. R. TownosJthon presontcd himself
ns chairman of a commlttoo of ton from
tho Democratic convention as a conference
Movod by Dr.JArtor, that Ja committoo
of ton bo appointed to confer with tho
Movod by Mr. Antrim, that tho chair
man mako ono of that committeo. Car
ried. Tho chair then appointed aa that com
mlttoo: A. Clapp, J no. 1. McFle, J. T
Rennio, James Bother, Joseph Sample,
W. S. Rlgdcn, F, S. Kent, John Antrim,
O. D. Artor nnd II. Winter.
A motion to adjourn until half-past livo
Monday Evening, July 22, 1872.
Thoro is no change to noto In lbs condi
tion of tho goneral market. Flour, Hay and
Grain is spiritless. Evory branch of trado
Is extremoly dull. Tho market is bate of
Oats ; u few cars would find ready sale to
fill orders now on band. Bacon continues
scarco nnd firm. Frolghls aro unchanged
but an advanco will be mado soon. Tho
weather is vory warm with dally showers
Correspondents must bear In mind,
theso prices represent sales in round lots,
from first hands unless othor wise stated.
In filling small orders from store, higher
prices must bo paid.
FLOUR. Is vory quiet and dull. Pri
ces aro unchanged and transactions vory
light. Sales in tho general market con
sist of 100 bbls New, Cbolco XXX on
track at $7 00 ; 80 bbls low and medium
$.1 000 75; 100 bbls, $7 109 00, ac
cording to quality, nnd 244 bbls nn orders,
various grades, $5 C08 76. O-iiro City
Mills report sales of 160 bbls Whito
Wheat, Family, 8 50; 250 bbls XXXX,
$8 00; 150 hbU XX, 40 0.
BRA N Wry quiet. 5 tons at f 18 00,
in sneks, reported by Cit Mills is all wo
havo to note.
BUTTER.ChcIce butter Is in demand
at ouroutildo quotations, and very scarce;
common is plenty, dull und unsaleable.
Sales consist of 12 Pkgs. choice, Northern
at L'Oc. and 4 Pkgi. Medium at 1518c. "f
EGGS. Unchanged, 60 Dozen, fresh,
brought l'-'Jc. 800 Dozen, frosh, 12c.(
nnd 400 Dozen sold at 8 10c. V dozen.
CHICKENS. Scarco; noyoung Chick
ens in tho market, prices nro unchanged.
Young Chickons would bring $2 C03 00,
and Old, choice, $3 254 00.
PROVISIONS.-FIrm, scarce, and un
changed. FRUIT. Tho market Is well supplied
with apples and water motions by country
wagons. Peach? aro not plenty, a few
choice sold to-day, In Bushel boxes, at
$1 00 V box.
ONIONS ii POTATOES. Plenty, and
dull, prices nominal. A few Onions sold
sold at the rate of 2 60 'ft bbl.
HAY. Wry quiet. Receipts light and
domand small. 1 car choice now Timothy
sold at $18 00 delivered.
CORN. Receipts light and stock re
duced; the demand is principally for
home consumption ; very fow orders from
abroad. Our reports consists of 1 car and
3 curs Whito, in bulk on track at 60c. 1
car and 4 cars Whito in bulk on track at
iQc. and 40 sacks of White delivered at
00c. The pricos on mixed and yellow re
main tho sumo as last report.
OATS. There has been very fow corn
ing in fur several days, a few cars would
find ready sales at quotations, to fill orders
now held by dealers. Wo may soon look
for shipments of tho new crop and a con
sequent reduction in price. We noto a
sale 100 sacks delivered at 30 Jc.
CORN MEAL. Prices remain about my
as last reported, with an easier fcellug in
tho market. Wo noto sales ol 200 bbls
steam dried delivered at $2 06. 100 bbls
K. D., delivered at S3 00 and 800 bbls
"Evening Star" City Mills S. D, at
fl-g"!. Hanny wif-hes the
public to bo informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as oxtensivo as any in the
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell every articlo
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
It is Impossible to cook poorly in Bur
nett's Steam Cooking Vessel. It is worth
doublo tbo price usked for it, for putting
up fruit. For sulo nt A. Halloy's, dealer
in stoves nnd tinwure. G-'.'Oltn
Ills. Central it. It., Co. )
Aoe.yi'h office, July 10, 1872.;
I am now prepared to givo rates and
sign bills of lading to points on the Miss.
7-1 7tf. James Johnson, Agont.
Burnett's steam cooking vcssols aro
sold at tho following exceedingly low
For No. 7 stovos, $2 60 and $3 00.
For No. 8 stovos, $3 00 and $3 60.
They nro as handy to uso as an ordinary
steamer. Thoy will savo thoir cost ovory
fow wcoks in tho saving of wood or coal,
besides tho great gain in tho quality of
food cooked in it.
J. J. Anderson & Co., gas flttors, CI
Ohio Lovco, over Lonorgan & Cunning
hams, fcod storo, do all kinds of stoam anp
gas fitting choapor than the choapest, and
guurantco perfect satisfaction in evory in
stance If thoy do not pleaso thoy will
not chargo. Givo thorn a trial. Thoy
know thoir businossporfoctly. Romember
tbo placo 01, Ohio Levoo. 6-81
Fnn z Sciieler's beer saloon, on Wash
ington avenue, west sido, betwoon Ninth
and Tenth streets, has become a favorite
placo of resort. His Weiss beer is always
cool und fresh and quenches thirst with
magic quickness. Tho bar is also stocked
with tho best brands of whisky and brandy
nnd his lino of wines is splondid, Fritz Is
a courtoous a'd clover host, and desorves
liberal patronage. Call on him. tf.
Excellent Weiss beor at tho Thalia;, A
Go to tho Thalia for tho best Weiss
beer in town. B-21dtf