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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1872.
JOHN H. ORKItLY, IMItor nnd I'tibll'licr.
TERMS OK Tin: DAILY m'LLLTlN!
One week, by currier
One yer fir carrier, In ndvanco . 10 J0
One month, by mull
Three months j '
8lx months. . i nli
One year . .aw
T11K DOLLAR WKEKIiY HULLKTIN
.fobn It. Oberly has reduced Uic suh'crlp-
(Inn rice Of Hie WKKKI.Y CAIIIO IH'M.KTIN
to une uonar
in One Dollar per nmiiun, mnklnc It tlio
of Now York j
ron vick rrtrgiDKXT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
roit li Ktrrr.XANT-novr.UNOH,
ron sr.cnr.TAHV or watt.
ron AuntTou or runt.tc account,
DANIEL 0 I1AHA.
ron rtatk Tnr.Asuitrit.
C11AKLKS N. LANl'lllER.
ron attornky drxr.itAL,
JOHN 11. EUSTACE.
ron clf.uk Humrattt couut-
CLEtlK SOrUKMK C0UIIT CHNTKAL
DAVID A BROWN.
clerk or surnr.Mv: cotniT soutiikkn
K. A. D. WILBANK3.
ron coNonrss Etaim:i:.Tii district,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD Or EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We arc milhorlzcd to ntmottneo JOHN Q.
HARMAN ni n eniidldatc for Circuit Clerk of
Alcxundcr county, nt the ensuing election In
Wo arc nutliorizcd to uiiiiouncc R. S. YO
CUM a"- n candidate fur Circuit Clerk of Al
t'xnndcr rnunty, at tliu cifiiinx election in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Wo are authorized to announce H. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate Tor County At
torney, at tlic cumins November election.
Wo are authorized to announce V. 11.
POPK as n candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November election.
Wo aro authorized to announce PETER
SAUP as a candidate for Sheriff nt tho en-u-
Ing November election.
Wcaro authorized to announce HAMIL
TON 1RVIN as n candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff of Alcxaudcr county.
Wo nro authorized to announce JOHN
McEWEN as a candidate for Sheriff, at the
ensuing November election.
We aro authorized to announce JOHN
H. GOSSMAN ns n candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject totho decis
ion of the Democratic Convention
Rooms or I.inr.HAi. Kxv.cutivk Com
Sl'UINGrlEI.D, III., Augu-t, IS, J
.Iotin U. OnEiiLY, Esq.;
The foUowlui; appointments bavo been
made lor Gov. KaTiier, by the Liberal Exec
Cairo, Wednc-day, August iisth, at night ;
AlOUUU v,ll), liurua), uiim ..mi, tin
time; , ,
Metronolis. Friday. Atiirust ."Oth. daytime
Oolconda,saturday, August :11st, daytime:
Du Quoin, Thursday, Scpteiubur fttli, nt
' Ccn'tndla, Vrlday.-Scptcmber fith, daytime:
Carlylc, Saturday, September 7th, daytime:
O. M. Hatch, Sec'y.
"I know Gen.' Grant better than any other
man In the country can know him. It wis
my duty to stiid7"lilin, and 1 did so night
midday, when I saw him and when J did
not sco him, nud now 1 tell you what
KNOW, 11U CANNOT (10VEIIN THIS COI'NTH V
Stcrttury dicin Jf. Stanton.
"Grant is making money out of hi po
tlon, and that's all he cares about. Anator
"Grant it a man without knowledge to
preside over a caucus. Loyati,
"There are sixteen weighty rea-on- why
Grant should never be problem." Cv'tu,
MR. GREELEY BREAKS-HIS POLIT
I0AL SILENCE AT THE PORT
A MANLY, STRAIGHTFORWARD
STATEMENT OK HIS AIMS
MR. GREELEY AT VOHTLAND.
Portland, Aug. 14. Tho following
speech was inado by Mr. Greeley at hit
Ho had struggled throughout hit llfo
for (flrit) impartial universal liberty, (sec
ond) tho unity and grcutnes of our com
mon country, (third) and by no means
least, when the former end was attained,
for tlio hearty reconciliation of pcaco
umong our countrymen. Ho recognized
tho propriety of n candidate for tho pros!
deney making no spocclnjsj "yet thcro is
truth to be uttered in behalf of those who
hnvo pln'eod rno boforo tho American jeo
pie In my present uttltudo, which does
them such honor that I claim the privi
lege of stating it bore. Now
Hits l that truth: No person
has ever yet mado public tho fact
that he proposed io support or actually
did support my nomination, whothor
t Cincinnati, Baltimore, or In tho action
which resulted in sendlng'tbe delegates to
Itber oonrtntloD, basis to n claim for
office. No ono who favored my nomina
tion beforo either convention has sought
office nt my band, oUliorfor himself or any
ono oho. Nor has any ono suggested to
mo that I might strengthen myself as a
candldalo by promising to appoint any
ono to any important olllco whatovor. In
many Instances I am certain some of tho
smaller fry politicians hnvo, since my
double nomination, hinted to mo by lcttor
that I might Increase- my chances by
promising n post-offlco or somo such plftco
to my volunteer correspondents respect
ively. I have not usually responded to
tbeso overtures ; but I now glvo general
notico that, should I bo elected, I will
consider tho claims of theso untimoly as
plrants after thoso of moro modest porsons
shall havo boon fully sattsflod. Applause
In two or throo instances I have been
asked to ay whether I would not, ifolec
ted, confine my appointments to Repub
licans. I atisivor thoso questions by
pointing to that plank in tho Cincinnati
platform wherein nil who concur in tho
principle thoroin set forth aro cordially
invited to participate in their establish
rnont nnd vindication. 1 never yet heard
of n mnn who invited his nolghbors to
raiso n house, nnd proceeded to kick them
out.ns soon as tho roof was over his hoad
For my own part, I recognlzo every lion
est man who npproves nnd ndhoros to tho
Cincinnati platform ns my political broth
or, nud ns such fully ontitlod to my confl
denco nnd friondly rognnls.
Ono other point demands a word.
Thoso ndvorso to mo nsk what pledges I
bavo given to thoso lately hostile to the
Union, to secure- their favor and support.
1 answer No man or woman in nil tho
South ever nskod of me, whothor directly
or through another, any otlior pledge
than is given through all my acts and
words. From tho hour of Loo's surren
der down to this momont, no Southern
man ovor hinted to mo tho expectation,
hope, or wish that tlio robol debt, whethor
Confedornto or State, should bo nssumod
or paid by tho Union. No Southern man
who could bn olectod to tho legislature- or
mado n colonel of n militia regiment over
suggested tho pensioning of tho robol
soldiors or any of them, even as n remote
possibility. All who nominated mo woro
perfectly nwaro that I had upheld and
justified tho Fedurnl legislation to repress
tho Kuklux conspiracy outrago, though I
had long ago insisted ns strenuously ns I
now do that completo amnesty, genuino
oblivion of tho bloody and hatoful past,
would do moro for tho suppression and
utter extinction of such outrago's than all
tho force-bills, suspension of habeas corpus,
ovor devised by men. Wrong nnd crimo
must bo suppressed nnd punished, but far
iser nnd nobler is tho lcgislntlvo policy
by which they aro proventod.
From thoso who support mo in the
South I bavo but ono domand : justice; but
ono dcslro : reconciliation. Tboy wish to
be heartily reunited and at poaeo with tho
tho North on nny terms, which do not in
volvo tho surrender of their manhood.
They chorished tho joyful liopo that thoy
will bo hold by any Federal nuthority ns
citizons, not culprits, 60 long ns thoy oboy
and uphold ovory law consistent with
equality of right. Thoy deslro a rulo
which, nllko for whito and black, shall on-
courago industry and thrift, and (in
which 1 fully concur) that between tho 6th
of Novombor nnd tho 4th of March
noxt, quite a number of Governors nnd
othor dignitaries who, in tlio abused namo
of Republicanism and loyalty, bavo for
yoars boon piling dobtn nnd taxos upon
their war-wasted States, will follow tho
wholosome oxainplo ol Bullock, of Georgia,
nnd seek tlio shades of privnto life; and
tho darker thoso shades tho hotter for
themselves man and for mankind. Tliohopo
that my election may hnston tho much
desired hegiraof tho thiovlng enrpot-bng
gors has reconciled to tho necessity of sup
porting mo many who would othcrwlso
bavo hesitated and probably rofusod.
Fellow-citizens, tho doposed nnd par
tially exiled Tammany ring has stolon
about thirty millions from tho city of Now
York. 'That gigantic robbory hurled its
contrivors and uboltors from splondor to
impotency nnd infamy. But the thiovlng
carpet-baggers bavo stolen at least thrco
times that amount stolon it from thoso
already impoverished nnd noody. Thoy
still flaunt tholr prosperous villainy in tho
highest places of tho land. They nro ad
dressed as "Honorable" nnd "Excollency."
Applause. I think 1 henr n voico from
tho honest pooplo of nil tho etatos declar.
ing that their iniquity shall bo gainful
and insolent no longer at farthost than
till tho -1th of March noxt. By that time
tho criminals will bavo heard tho nation's
vordlct pronounced that will causo thorn to
fold tholr tonts liko tho Arnbs and ns si.
leutly stenl away. That I trust will bo
the end of thvlr stealing at the cost of tho
good of our country and tho woll being of
country in n rogicn supposed to bo
moro lntonsoly Ropubllcun of tho old
line sort than any portion of tho stato
wboro thoy call a horso race
AN AGRICULTURAL 1I0R9K TKOT,
and tho hotting is only n wager tooncour
ago tho best breed of horses whoro u boor
saloon Is no longer toleratod, but thoso
who Indulgo in tho critter, get
by oxport from tho wholcsalo doalcrs, la
bolod: Turpontlne, castor oil.' etc., with
tho probabilities in favor of gottlnc n bol
ter nrticlo than where it was pcddlod out
with nil tho namoly's additions. So you
sco, wo aro progressing in tho moralities,
if changing names nnd methods of pro
ceeding will do it. Thoro is nothing liko
n good hedge, with now nnd then a holo
to crawl through. It makes things Inter
I wont n fow days ago to Pnxton, n pretty
prnirlo town, to hear
blow his trumpet for Govornor. Ho was
very lionrso nnd showed tho offecls of
something that has troubled Yates a good
deal, sinco I last saw him, nnd I thought
if tho peoplo in this groat moral stato
would elect him for Governor again, thoy
ought nt onco to instruct tho legislature to
repeal all tompcrnnco laws, and not pro
sont such an anomylous condition of pro-
cept and practlco ; but this seems to bo,
A REGION IlEMARKAULE I'Oll CONTRADIC
Hero, over sinco the county was settled,
thoy hnvo taken the Now York 'Tribune,'
planted tho prairlo according to tho best
judgmont oilmlnntod from tho description
of tho New York farmors' club, from along
tho sboro whoro thoy use fish nnd son weed
for manure. They havo sworn by Greo
lay with a relish that was intensely inter
esting. Thoy now repudlnto him, mainly
becnuso ho was not nomlnatod by tho reg
ular convention of "our party." Was
thoro over a botlor cxamplo of old fogy-
Oglesby's spooch was confined mostly to
nbuso of tho Liboral candidates. Ho was
in tho outsot of his tirade, while saying
that the Liberals wero more liberal to
their onomics than to tholr
friends, nnd moro forgiving to
their faults than towards thoso
who had raised them with tho country to
their presont oxnlted condition. While
this noblo Christian character was being
unwittingly awarded us, n
from tho cannon disabled two poor fol
lows. Ono was injured so severely that
ho tidied soon after ; tho other so much as
to'requlro tho amputation of an arm.
Soon aftor this,
A DARK BLACK CLOUD
rolled ovor tho vast prairie and compelled
tho crowd, moro than half of whom woro
ladies, to seek sbeltor from tho rain
Thero was pretty lively " hurrying to and
fro" for a fow minutes. Tho result was,
a portion wont into the court house to hear
Oglcsby finish his blessing, another small
numbor went to Clarks hall to bear Taylor
from Chicago, and the larger portion hunc
around tho stores, nnd in ovory plnco
whero a temporary shelter was afforded
from tho storm.
Soon after this an excursion train camo
in from Bloomington with a goodly num
ber who had been to hear tho great
champion of liberalism, Carl
Schurz. So you see, even hero
in the stronghold of anomalies and old
fogyisms thoro is a good show of
THE NEW LEAVEN
that delights in cultivating magnanimity
and reconciliation, nnd oven compels such
hard cases as Oglcsby to glvo us tho char-
actor ho did yestorday. May wo always
continuo to deserve it until tho country,
from North to South and from ocean to
ocean, shall bo in ono grand bondoffrn
ternal pcaco and its accompanying pros
I find that a groat many of tho best mon
horo would gladly havo supported Gree
ley, and with moro enthusiasm than thoy
now do Grant, if ho had only boon
tho nominoo of tho party, and many moro
object to supporting him bocauso tho Dem
ocrats do so, from tho narrow prejudice
against nny political association with
Domocrats, with whom thoy daily ft fill I
ate in social llfo, ns if n political upas had
been cultivated by them only to blast and
destroy. If such narrow nnd contcmptl
bio prejudlco don't indicate the need of po
litical roform, I don't know what sign can
indicate it. Tho magnanimity of tho great
majority of tho Domocrats ought to shamo
such men into silonco if' nothing more,
and toach Democrats whoso insane
prejudices are eating out tho best of their
lives, that reconciliation is tho only sure
road to futuro prosperity. With my best
rospocts, I remain yours truly, B. 0. F,
tho advocates of a puro and economical
administration, and tho supporters of
Horace Greeley. They have buckled on
their nrmor anil nro ready to moot tho foe.
Wo should be truly glad if tho republi
cans could let us havo a fow moro speeches
from tho Gonorn), nnd our ranks would bo
swelled tho moro. On Friday evening tho
Liberals and Democrats mot nt that same
hall in force, and organized nn efficient,
strong nnd enthusinstlo Greoloy nud
Brown club. Charles M. Willard was
mado president, P. H. Krob, recording
sccrotnry, and Wm. Humprovike, corres
ponding 'socrotary. Kxocutivennd finan
cial committocs woro also formed. Col.
R. R. Townos was called upon nnd deliv
ered nu eloquent and earnest address,
which was llstoncd to with great interest
by all presont. Ho is an earnest nnd
warm supportor of Greoloy nnd will bo
again beard from during tho canvass. J.
G. Sublott, of this place, dolivered a short
address. He drew a graphic plcturo of
tho republican party, contrasted Grooloy
With Grnnt, and snld that Grant
had nover mado but ono speoch
In his llfo "let us have peace,'1
and upon this had stultified his
rocord that Greoloy was n man of
talont, of honest purpose, a friend to uni
versal liberty, in facta philosopbor ngnlnst
whom no cbargo can bo brought, oxcopt
that ho slightly resembles Dr. Condon,
and ho should not bo blamed for that.
Cheers loud and long followed Sublett's
remarks. You runy rest assured Union
county will bo "hunki dorl" in November,
nnd givo an immonso majority for tho
people's champions, Greoloy nnd Brown.
On Friday night n tbiof stoio a carpet
sack, containing eleven dollars, and some
clothing, from tho boarding house of Wil
liam Roborts. Ho ran southward with it,
but u shot from Wilson, the city constablo
"brought him up," tho goods stolen were re
covered, and tho thief taken beforo Justice
J. P. Bohannon and committed to jail for
further trial. Peter Casper, n successful
farmer and orchardist, living two miles
northwest of this city, says ho will lose
20,000 pounds of grapes from his vineyard
in tho noxt fow days, by their being stung
by some kind of fly, and thus caused to
rot. We 'regret this, yet having a largo
orchard of fino apples, poaches and poars,
ho will still mako a good thing of it, nnd
can spnro tho grapos and woll afl'ord tho
oss. In trust, yours. OntoN.
WHAT IS IJFE.
A little crib beside the bed,
A little lace above tho spread,
A little frock behind the door,
A little shoe upon tho floor.
A little lad with ilark-brown hair,
A little blue eyed race and fair.
A little hino that leads to school,
A little pencil, slato and rule.
A little blithesome, wlnomc maid,
Allttlo hand within hii'lnid;
A little cottage, acres four,
A little old time fashionable store.
A little family gathering round ;
A little turf heaped, tear-dewed mound ;
A little added to bis poll,
A little rest from hardest toll.
A Utile silver in hi hair ;
A littlo stool and easy chair,
A little night of earth-lit gloom;
A little cortege to the tomb.
Founded on a Rock I Thodistppoint-
ed nd venturers who bavo from time to timo
attempted to run tbeir worthless potions
against Drake's Plantation Bitters,
vow mat uioy cannoi unuorsmnti wnai
foundation thoro is for its amazing popular
ity. Tho explanation is simplo enough.
The reputation of tho world-renowned
tonio is founded upon a rock, tho Rock or
jixi'KRiKNCE. All its ingrouionis aro
puro und wholosome.. How, then, could
trickstors nnd cheats expect to rival it
witli compounds ofcncnp drugs nnu roiuso
liquor, or with liquorless trash in n stato
of acetous fomentation ? Of course the
charlatans havo como to grief. Their
littlo gamo has fnilod. Tholr contempt for
tho sagacity of tho community has been fit
ly punished. Meanwhilo Plantation
Bitters scorns to bo in n fair way of even
tually superseding ovory other medicinal
ireparation included in tlio class to wuicii
t belongs. In overy Stato and Territory
of tho Union it is, to-day, tho nccopted
spoclllc for nervous debility, dyspepsia,
rcvor ami aguo, rneumatism, anu nu an
nionts involving n deficiency of vital
IN A KADICAL ATMOS-PHERE.
ur IN the north. uow the jilessed
temperance radicals out their
whibky. ogles11t gives evidence
ok the vateuil disease. interest
ing comments on radical patriot
ISM. Loua, Iiioquoi&K Co., 111,. Aug, 17, 1672.
Editor Bulletin: We are enjoying
a season of the mora) atmosphere of th
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
)ES1DKN0K No. 21 Thirteenth atreet, bo
XV tweoa Waahington avonua nnd Walnut litre t.
Otllee UiiCominorclolavenU", up atairs.
Vinegar Hitter are not a vile Fancy Drink,
made or Poor Rom, Whisky, Proof Bptrlt and
KcRtte Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweettBed
to please the uste, called "Tonics," Appetizers,"
" Restorers," Ac, that lead the tippler on to drank,
enness and rnln, but are n tnio Medicine, made
from the natlvo roots and herbs of California, frco
from all Alcoholic Stimulant. Titer are the Orest
Wood Purifier and a Llfo-KlvlDff Principle, a Perfect
Itenotator and Inrlgorator of the Rrstem, carrrlna
off all poisonous matter and reatorlna iho blood
to n healthy condition, rurlchlnir It, refreshing end
InviKoratlmr both wind and bolr. Thej are eaj
or administration, prompt In their action, certain
In their results, Bare and rcllablo In nil forms of
No Person can Sake tlicae Dltlera accord.
Ing to directions, and remain Ioiir mmcit, provided
their bones era not destroyed by mineral poison
or other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond
the point of repair. ,
DyanenaUnrlntllffeatlnit, Headache, Tain
In tho Shoulders, Coajfli, TlRhluCfa of tho Chest,
Dizziness, Hour Eructations of the .Stomach, Had
Taste In the Month, unions Attacks, Palpitation or
the Heart, Inflammation of ilia Lung, Pain In the
reelon or tlio Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, aro the orrtprlnjraor l)ypcrla. In these
complaints it lias no equal, nnd ono homo will
prove a better nusranteo or its merits than n
Fur Female Cuniplalnia, In joung or Old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or
tbo turn or lire, theso Tonic Hitters display no de
cided nn innuenco that a narked Improvement I
For Inflammatory anil Chronic Ilheu
tiiallmii and Gout. Iiyepeptla or Indigestion, Bil
lon. Remittent and Intermittent Fevers. Dlneases
or tho Wood, Uvcr, Kidneys and Hladdcr, these
Illttcra have been most successful, finch Diseases
are canted by Vitiated Wood, which Is generally
produced by derangement of iho Ulgcstlw Organ.
Titer are n Oentle Pnra;atlv na well a
a Tonic, poiucMlng also the peculiar merit ol act
tag as a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or
Inflammation or the Liver anil Visceral Organs and
In Ullloin Diseases.
For 8kln Illirnin, i.nipuon", tetter, tu-
niicuin, Dlotches, Spot, Pimples. Ptuiulcs, liolls,
Carbuncles, ltlng-wonns. Scald-Ilead, Soro Kycs,
Erysipelas, Itch, ficurfs, Discoloration ol the Hkln,
lly thoso or tho AHsiltalppI, Ohio, Wasourl,
, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, lied.
Humor and Diseases of tho Skin, or whatever
name or nature, arc literally dug up and carried
nut ol tho system In a short time by the uc ol theso
outers. One bottlo In such cases will convince the
most Incredulous or their curative effects.
Cleanae the Vlllatcd II loot! whenever )0u
find its Impurities bursting through the skin In
Pimple, Eruption, or sores ; clcanso It when you
find It obstructed and sluggish In tho veins; elcanso
It when it is roul i jour reelings lll tell you when.
Keep the blood pure, and the health or the system
Grateful Thoutanil proclaim VlSEflttt llir.
tim tho most wonderful ln Igorant that ever sus
tained the sinking system.
Pin, Tape, nntl other Wnrmi, lurking la
tho system or so many thousand, are effectually
destroyed and removed. .Sujs a distinguished
physiologist: There is scarcely an Individual on tho
race of the earth whose body is exempt from the
presence or worm, it Is not upon tho healthy
elements of the body thai worm exist, but upon
tlio diseased humors and slimy tlejioslts that breed
theso living monster or dlfcasc. No system or
medicine, no vermifuges, no anthclmlnltics, will
rrcc the system from worms like theso Illttern.
Mechanical Dlaeaaea. Persons engaged In
Paints and Minerals, such as I'lumbcnt, Type
setters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they odvaneo
In lire, arc subject to paralysis or the llowcls. To
guard against this, tale a dose of Walker's Viv.
coin Hitters twice a week.
Ullloui, Rcmlltenl, and Intcrailtleut
Ftvtn. which are bo prevalent In the v!let of
our great rivers throughout tho United Htate,
rapeciaiij iuuso ui uio nt
Colorado, Urazon, Itlo Urandc, Pearl, Alabama,
aiobtie, .-avannan, iioanotc, James, ana many
others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during tho Summer and Autumn,
and remarkably so during seasons or unusual heat
and dryness, are Invariably accompanied by exten
sive derangements or the stomach ami liver, and
other abdominal viscera, in their treatment, a
purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon theso
various organs, is essentially ncccusary. Thero is
no cathartic for tho purposo equal to Dr. J. Walk.
sit's Vincoar Hitters, as tboy will nedlly
remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels are loaded, at tho same I Imc stimulating
the secretions or the liver, and generally restoring
tho healthy functions or the dlgestlvo organs.
(scrofula, or Klnc's Evil, Whlto Swelling.
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goitre, scrofulous
Inflammation!!, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial
Affection, Old Sores. Eruptions of tho Skin, Sore
Eyes, etc, etc. In these as In all other constitu
tional Diseases, Walker's Vineoak Hitters have
shown their great curative powers In tho mnt
obstinate and Intractable coses.
Dr. Walker'a California Vinegar Dli
tera act on all tbeso coses in a similar manner,
liy purifying the Wood they remove the cause, and
by resolving away tho etrecla or tho inflammation
aho tubercular deposit) the affected ports receive
health, and a permanent cure Is effected.
The properties or Dr. Walker's Tineoak
Bitters are Aperient. Diaphoretic, Carminative,
Nutritions, Laxative, Diuretic Sedative. Counter
Irritant. Sudorific. Alterative, and Antl-Dlliou.
The Aixricnt and mild Laxative iiroDertlen
of Dr. Walker's Vineovr Hitters are the best
Bare-guard In cases or eruptions and malignant
fevtr. Their balsamic, healing, and soothing pro
perties protect the humors ot the fauces. Their
jedallvo properties allay pain in tbo nervous sys
tem, Biuiniicu, duu uuwets, truia luuaminanon,
wind, colic cramps, etc.
Their Counter-irritant Influence ex
tends throughout the system. Their Antl-VUiens
ropcrties sumuiaio tne nvcr, in too secretion or
lie, and its discharges through the biliary ducts.
and am superior to all remedial agents, for the cure
or Dillons fever, Fever nnd Ague, etc.
Forllfr the liotlv nanliitt dlseaie tir
pnruytng all Its fluids with Vinegar Hitters. No
cpiucinic can iatc nom oi a system thus rorc-armed.
Directions. Take or tho Hitters on going to
bed at night from a hair to ono ami one-half wine
glassful. Eat good nourishing rood, such as beer
fetcak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, und vege
ionics, uuu tukc uuwioor ujcrcipe. iney are
composed or purely vegetable Ingredients, nnd
contain no spirit.
it. ii. Mcdonald & co..
Druggists und lien. Agta., Snn Francisco, Cal.,
cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., N. X.
suliu ai Aiti. uitbuuiaia utALtlu.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
rtKSIDENOE-cornerNinth and Walnut sta.
rvOftlce coiner Sixth street and Ohio levee.
umce nours irotn o a.m. io i m., anu v p.m
II. WARDNEtt, M. D.
RESIDENCE Corner Nineteenth atreet ami
Waahlnirton avenue, near court house. Of.
ttcK over An er's Grocery Store, Ollice Hours from
it) a. in. to vi m. ana irom - to d, m.
It. S. UniOHAM. M. I).,
llomeonutlilc l'liysiclannml Surireon. Of.
lice VM Commercial avenue, ltcnldenco on
Tenth street three uoorswcstofC.lt. Wood
LETTER .FROM ANNA.
LOOAN ON TUB IIAMPAQE FORMS A
(1RF.KLF.V CLUB CAMP MEKTINO.
Anna, ill., Aiijj, si, 1872.
Editor Uullktin: Tho recoipt of a
copy of your vnlunblo paper, by the morn
ing mall, was n romlndor of my nogloct, In
not addressing you sooner. I hasten to
itmko ntnoiuls. Senator Logan was on
tltno last AVotlnoeday night, ready, like
tlio Buporanuatcd soldier, with
his crutches " to fight his battles
o'e-r." Ho was givon n scat bosldo
tho Quandum Dreckinridce, editor of
tho days fo " lang Syno," Lieut. Gov.
Dougherty, in a ono horso buggy, and con
voyed from tho hotel to tho
Perrino hall, which was crowded to
overflowing. Tho ovoning was excessive
ly hot. Tho room, though spacious nnd
holding at least 300, was not well vontil
ntcd, yet nil classes woro represented,
Indies, black nnd whito, men and boys
ditto. The Ornntitos, Including tho
darkles, wero In tho ascondont. Tbo Gen.
gave ono of his characteristic spcechos,
though owing to somo causo, not in his
uiunl stylo, yotcomposod chlolly of abuse
of Sumner, Schtir. and other luminaries
who nro trying to stay tho rapacious
hoards who havo mado the
sent of government worso than tho Au
gean stables, and which nobody can
cleanso but the philosopher of Ohappaqua.
It had, however, one. good effect ; that
of arousing the frivnds of the rpublio(
AND PHIIR IN
' FRESH MEAT,
Kiqhtii Street, Between Wabiiinoton
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
Adjoining KlttenUonne nnd Manny's,
Keonthn heat or Rent. Pork. Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sausago, etc., nd ars prepared to strte
cimenH in tne most ncccptaoie manner.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
Butcher anu Dealer in all Kinds of
C'OltNKIt NlNKTKNTII AND l'Ol'LAK STS.,
lluys nnd daughter only tho lien cattle,
hoirs and hliceii. und Is prepared f o till any ile-
inuntl for fresh incuts from ono pound to ten
thousand pound. dcc20tf
JtKOUI.AJt CAIKO, I'ADUOAII & KVAXS-
Y1LL.U J3K.ni-WKKKI.V U. S.
Th Ft nnd Elcgnnt Panengor Steamer
Jack GrtAMMF.it, Matter.
Ed. Thomas, Clerk.
I63T Leaves Cairo for l'uducah mul nrnn
vllie7 every Thursday and Sunday evening,
ntO o'clock, connecting nt Evansvllle with
me L,ouisviiio anu Cincinnati packets. For
ueiKML ur jmuKU ajiliiy to
iames woosi'n'o.cnser As't.
UK! II I.Alt CAIHO.VADUCAH & EVAN'S
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The flue Passenger Packet
!fiT"r.O!tvos Cairo for Pntlticiih mul Kvnna.
vlho every Tuesday nnd Friday evening at 0
o'clock. For freight or passage apply on
board or to
tlAMES Biggs, Passenger Ag't.
HEMULAIt CAIHO AND EVANBV1LLE
HEMl-WEEKLY 3IAIL LLXE PACKET.
Tlio lino lowpressuro Passenger Packet
W. II, PENNINGTON Muster.
JSTLcuves Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening nt (I o'clock, for Ptulucnh
and Evansvlllc. For freight or passage ap
ply on board or fo
J Ames Biggs, Passenger Ag't.
CAIKO AND MOUND CITY
SALOON AND BAK-ROOM.
JUHX OATEN, Proprietor.
luo Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Best brand of Califc UClKarsJuit recsluJ,
BLLLIAItD saloon furnished with the best
of tables ; nnd bar supplied with wines, liquors
and cigars of the iluest brands.
Will make three trips daily.
invi.ia citso iiavino uOiKO cirr
a.m. I At 8:30 ..m
At 11 .a.m. I At 1:30 p m
At 4-30 p.m. At e p.m
CAIRO AND FADUOAH
The splendid steamer
Our Home Advertisers.
Stanley Brown, Oapt,
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted),
at 4 a.m. For freight or passage apply ou
board or, Jan.ltt
JAS. BIGGS, Ag't.
In Under' New llrlck Building, corner of
Eighth nnd Washington Avenue,
JiAKER & CONFECTIONER
ANU DKAIXIt IN
FOHEION AND DOMESTIC FltUlTS,
Ice OnitAM and Soda Fountain.
I deslro to Inform my patroiimud the pub
lic, at large, that I am at all times prepared to
ninilh everything In tho nhovn lino on tho
shortest notice, including Wedding and
Queen enkes. etc. AIo nipper parties fur
nished to order tiroinntli' mul ncifcrt ntl-
For quality and prices f defy coineptltlon.
TVl ttln flllPn fltlfl Vnil vtl m,.n nrrnt,.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply customer with the bes
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OltDEIM lea at lltillldny Bro. ofllce, 70
OHIO LF.V'KK, or'at the Coal Yord below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tun "Montauk" will bring coal
alongside to steamers at nnv hour.
BOUT AND IUUE MTOME.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
10o Commercial Ave, noar Athonoum.
Keep on hsnd a good aisortment or
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Mines' nnd Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which tboy soli at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call anu Examine.
They are alio prepared to lupply Ldiea
Gentlemen with tlio BK4T OF HOP WORK, a
gnrelht ctejv competition. H S-Utr
We nro prepared to funiUu tiiiifonns to
GRANT CLUBS AND
to nny number ordered, for $1 43 a complete
outlltj Cap, Cape, Torch with .Stick, and
Flag. Send order at once to
HAND & MKTZKE.
.10 Market St., up stairs. CUICAOO, ILL.
Happy relief to young men from the effect
of error nntl abuses In early life. Manhood
restored. ImpedlmentH to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. "cw
und remarkable remedies Book nnd crlcu
law sent free. In "etiled envelops
Addrees. HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No.
1 .South Ninth .St., I'hilitdclpliln, I'a. an In-
Miiiiiiou Having a itign reputation lor honor
able conduct und profes-lonul skill,
LIME ! CEMENT !
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLI.NO
Commoroial-av., Foot of Elevonth-Bt.
Best quality of Lime and Comont al
ways on hand, and for salo at tho
very lowest figures for cash.
WANTiSD, A GEN TBI
llODtolWO per month, everywhere, male and
female, to introduce the the latent Improved,
mo.t aimple and pereot bllUTTLE BKWINU
MAClIINt; ever Invented. We challenin the
world Io compete ith It. Price only lis 00, and
fully- warranted fur five yearti, making tne
Elaatic Lock Hlltcli, alllre nn txufi bliiea. The
same aa all the lilgl: priced hhuttlo
machines. Also. the celebrated and
Uteat COMMON SENSE FAMILY HEWINO MA
CHINE. Price only 1S 00, and fully warranted
lor live years. 1 bete machines will ititch, hem,
roll, tuck, quilt, cord, hind, braid and embroider
in a moat superior manner. And are warranted
to do all work that can be done on any high-priced
machine In the world. For circular and terms
oddrexa H. W VNKOOP 4 CO., 20M Hldee avenue
P. O. Uo.2720 Philadelphia, Pa. o-M. 8mw
Vest in the United Btatea. Water Cooler.. Tmlat
BtHW, I A u rtvi.cint oils rqu oporse iiatnB,
Uasea. Bra. Conner and Enamelled Ware. nrlt.
anla and planlihed Ware, Japanned Ware of
every description, and a general assortment of
f tain pea looas.
Among others 1 beep the justly celebrated
It in useless to mention their superior qualities
as they speak tor themselves throughout the
I manufacture eTervthlntr In Tin. Rheel Iron, and
Copper Ware out ot the very best material, and
have no hesitation in stating that I have a larger
im uiuru uuuipieiB assortment 01 goous men
ttonotl than can be found In thecltr.
Country dealers will tlnd It to their Interest to
call and examine before purchasing elaowhero.
Jobbing, house gutterlnK, and all outside work
promptly aitenaeu 10. t;. w, uknukbuon.
ett 180 Commercial avenue, Cairo, III,
BOOT AND 8HOE MAKlCB,
flstwssn Waiblngton avenue aad PopUr s treet
Our Homo Advertisers.
MHHIJMION AUK FOItWABDIIfO.
DE3A.IjE3R, I3ST IiIMIE3
Cemknt, Flabteh 1'abih,
PLASTERER'S II A I R,
NO. "1 OHIO I.KVF.K, UNDEIt C1TV NATION
JSTFor'tlic plirjwo of bulldlnp; up a
wholesale trade In Cairo, I will sell to deal
ers nud contractor In lots of M barrels ami
Jjpward, nt manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo", AtiKiist U), 1874.
MILLER 4 PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E. D. Ilendrlcts ft Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
lAsrSsat Liberal Advancements mads atSS
OrsV opon Conaiiramtnls. Cl
Are prepared to receive, store and forward
freights to all points and buy and
aell on eommlssion,
tWDnalnesa attended to promptly;
Z. I). MATUUSS.. X. 0 .VBU
MATHUSS k UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. M Hie K.ETKE.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Huccmors toBfratlon, Itudoon ft Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. 31. Williams, Jab. Kinuley,
I.nt of Vlcksliiirs, Mim. l.slf ol Cln'tl.J
W. M. WILLIAMS k CO.,
f-l'KCIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
FORWAUUINa AND C0MMIBH10N
05, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PHLLI3 k SON,
(Successors to John II. Pbltlis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
OHIO BITER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Leybs,