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THE CAIRO DIALY HCJLLETIN, TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1872.
THE BULLETIN.
JOHN II OBKHl.V. Kdllorend rublisner.
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THE LIBERALS.
MONSTKU
MKBTINO
YORK.
IN NEW
TB,UMBULL, SCI1URZ, GREELEY,
TRUMBULL SPEAKS 12? TRUMPET
TONES.
New York, April 13. The grout meet
ing held horti to-night to iidvucnto tlio
liberul republican policy of tlio npproiivh
ing Cincinnati convention, win onu of tlio
largest In numbers mid mcst imposing in
composition ovur licM In tliU city. An
bour befuro tlio meeting tlio Coopor In
stitute whs thronirud to ita utmost cuimc
itv. wliilu thousands, who clumoreU ill
Tuin fur admission nnd fulled to tint" t,
' remained tor hours outside thu buildup.
Every sent was occupied nnd tlio nisi s
froto tho platform upward wcro ttcnscly
crowded. Tho nudiunce ws un eminently
respectable, ntid reiirescnlutivo one. Tlio
platform was
LITERALLY TACKED
with men prominent In tlio political nnd
loclal circle of Now York. Among
them wcro Iloruco Grccluy. Sinclair Tou
aey, Mines 11. Orlnncll, lllrutn Burnoy,
Marshall O. Roberts, Ucorgo Wilkes,
Frank Leslie, John A. Dix, and n luruo
number of other prominent men. About
half-Dast ceven. the densely crowded audi-
enco loan to mntiifett soma impitttenvo
to witness the opening of proceedings. To
meet this demand
TUK LIST OF nr.rUDLICAN OFFICERS
- who hadnigncd the cull for tho Cincinnnti
convention was read, i ho nnmcs or inn
ny of them wero received with loud cheer
ing. The meeting whs then called to or
der by Hon.-Ethnn Allen, who said : Fel-low-cltisonr,
ns ono of tlio conunltteo who
signed tho cull for this immense muss meet
ing, asfcmbled in tho interest of political
purity nnd reform, I huvo the honor to
nominate as
OUR rRESlDIKO OTTICER,
Colonel Frederick A. Conk ling. Tho
nomination was enthusiastically indorsed.
Colonel Conkllng. on coming forward,
was greeted with hearty choiirs. Ho suid :
Fello'v republicans, wo uro linnorcd hy tho
pretence to-night of two of tho most dis
tinguished statesmen of the republic.
fGrcnt nnnlauso.1 Ono of them horn in
Kuw England and tho other crudlud on tho
iimno. luncers.i uotn or tncin are
representatives of tho imperial 'West,
which, in all nomine; time is to control tho
destiny of our common country Lymun
Trumbull, of Illinois, and Curl" Schurz, of
Mi!8our. rrolongedcr.eorsj Itisliuru
ly necessary for mn to say Hint through
out the length and breadth of tlio land the
names of both uro associated with
TUE DEFEKSKOT CONSTUUT.ONAL LIBERTY
nnd of. tho rights of local self-government,
with thu restrictions of delegated power,
and with the Hrm and unfaltering advo
cacy, of the rights of tho musses, f Ap
pluie. Irl Wow of tho noae npproneb of
tho presidential clectijn they Iimvo con
sented to leave their pluces in tho senate
of. tho United Slutcr, for tho purpose ot
addressing us not upon tho dead Wsucsof
tho past, but upon tlio living issues ot the
hour. Applause. Tharklng you for tno
honor 6t presidine over this vast assembly,
I awuit the further plcusuro of tho meet
ing.
the LihT or vice rnr.stDEXTs
and secrcta'n wusreud und elected unan
imously. Among tho lurmor are iloruco
Greeley, Sinclair Tnusey, Michue) Voder-
tv, lac olicrmiin, Waldo itutcliins, .Mines
II. Grinnell, lllruin' Harney, Cnus. A. l)u
na, K. S. Ond kin, Parko Goodwin, .Mi.r
shull O. Roberts, Ui o.W. Palmer, Richard
31. Olachford, John 11. Porter, George
Wilkes, Samuel Sinclair, Rutin F. An
drews, Werttmrno Thumpkins, John A.
Dix, E. G. Squire and Altred Poll.
TUB PLATFORM.
Tho following declaration of principles
was read and received with tremend'ous
cheers:
We'bolievo that tho pnllticul nction nf
individuals ana conveiilions should bo leu
fre from pilitleal putroiingf; that hual
ness men should not be under fear of un
just official interference with their ntlulrf,
or be compelled to pay tribute for political
purposes. Wo believe that public offices
urn fir ftimiitit It., nritiiluil fn .l,n rtt.lill..
convenience and not as rewards for parti-t 1 , V "ro Vurv
san services, nor for tiononal acurandizo. . . . " oll,L, substituted
merit ; that the uc'.s or ofllcials should lie
confined within tho strict letter ot the
laws treating such olBeials. Wo believe
that thn triumph of republican principles
is of Paramount Imnortun.'o to tlm rami.
try, and that the success of tl:o prinelplef
in iiiu uiiroucuing n uional eiou'lon dm
not dtpond on nnv ono Individuul. Wo
believe that the prosperity of tlio country
demands a thorouch, radical nnd linmedl.
ate reform in till the departments of the
puoiic service civil, military nnd naval,
mm wiui me one-ienn principle for the
I'lciiueniiai oiuco win conduce more to
mai eno luan uny other measure.
THE AlUUVAL OF BCIIUKZ AND TRUM
BULL. About a quMter before 8, Schtirz nnd
Trumbull arrived, and were rew Wed In
the most ntbuU.to iu.nner u R
o'clock Frederick A. Conkn" V
dent, briefly introduced TruuV l o
poke as follows: ' "u
Fellow Citizens: "It I, now ncftrJv
10 years since 1 bad the plcakuro of a f.
dressing an audience in tho city of Nw
York. We were then entering upon what
is known as the Fremont campaign. Tim
niiMlInn limn 1, f. . .-. 1. 1
.mw.. wiwia 4,110 uouniry whs
wocnipf slavery snouio be spread Into the
free territories of the '1J llltiwl Hlnlr..
Many people thought thattho government
or the United States, then controlled by
tho slavo holding power, was opproslve
-..JU ,1U uany waa men organ,
lied winch did not l., ..!..
tut whoso M wsf then scattered which
uurc 1 run )ii louu in vue election of Abra.
nam xiincom 10 me preslili-ncv of tlin
United Plates. Cheer's. Tl,7 iuj!
holding power, In arrogance nnd folly, re-
IIIBaiI ln.iilkfnll l t ... . .
1 ij i ""uniiniiiraiion which
lunum oogomriieu uy in friend of free-
aom, ,inoun It was well understood there
was no Intention an the part of the repuh-
ymnj, no consiiiuiionul right,
intenero witn flartrr in tho ttaiei
where it existed. But tbo ilavo-holders,
unwilling to retain ilavery where it was
undertook to dismember the union and set
-w Korernment r. ono-hair of It which
nance of il,U, fUrP0, of tho mU''
nance or tho union. ,! .
- mure to rl. r,....,..
.1 In II.. 1 .... . . v.o..
ffhfers.l In that
pMnott'icij, ana
Brest struL-cle in nnv
many ajo,,, ,re edJJ
nmong us, bearing on thtlrperiont
wounds received in frMaom' caate, and a
grateful country will vcr'i'Jirovldo amply
lor the widows nnd rplinns who reraaiii
atniing us.
Tlio war closed, tho nrmlcs wcro dis
banded and slavery furever prohlbltod by
coiittltutlutinl aineniiiioiU; tho equal
rights of all Wero. rtstabllshod throughout
tho laud, provWlo: whs made for thu
debt incurred in tho mumletianco of thn
union, nnd that tho payment of bounties
and petition of soldiers should bo forevur
sacred, iiiu '.nai tnu ueui 01 tno rebus and
payment tor tltivc s siiouia never lo made,
Since then provision has been liiado by
which thu debt incurred is in gradual
coitro ol extinction to-duy. All tint
states aro restored to their lot nicrrelntlons
in thu union, and what man is there lu dl
turb thu happiness and peace of tho
People.
There uro sovornl causes for tlio dissnt-
itluution ot the people, which 1 inn only
briefly nlludu to on tho present occasion,
and 1 e hull not touch upon many which
ought lo bo dlsuUrSrd beloro tlio pei plo at
large. II u I onu catiso of complaint which
products alienation in tho lalu insuirec-
liiimi ry staiei', and keop nil vu tlio hates and
ahimtitiiics eiigemlured by tlio war, is tlio
cotitlliiiat.ee ol political disabilities after
the occasion for them lias pa-ted iiwuy
In coiistquonco of this continuatiee, the
government In thu late insurrectionary
stules has lalleu into the haiiJs of export.
eueed, and in many cases corupt, adven
turers who plundered tho peoplu of tliu-o
states scarcely lets than you in tlio city of
New York l.iivo been plundered ny your
Cornier city government. iappiuuo.j
Why aro tlieo dimbilities conilmiod
SVliy nro they mil removed und the
people cnlrulichised 1 1 think thcru nro
two causes, and two nlohc, which prevent
It, one mnrceimry and the other political.
Applause. Thu nierceiiury onu is that
iliitu udveiiturers should excludo Iroin
olllco in these slates the former lending
men that resldu there, oi largo experience
and capacity, and although thuy Worn trai
tors during thu war, thuy wero not thieves
nor plunderers. TLuud cheers.1 The ex
clusion has thrown these governments in-
to the hands or men who havo used their
power to plunder thu peoplu over whom
they rule, and tho debts of tho Southern
states havu been swollen, in sumo instances,
21) fold I'rotu what they wuro beforo tho
wnr begnr'nnd they don't even have what
you had in thu city of '..w York, to show
lor thu money expended.
Another reason lor.iho continimnco of
these political disabilities is, us 1 said, of n
partisan character. Thu men in authority
usu political disability us so much cupitul
upcu which to trade. To illustrate what I
mean 1 will refer to what took plco in tho
stulo of Georgia, u few years ago when u
mun named bullock was governor. When
thu legislature of that stuto wus about to
bo orgunized, it was understood that cer
tain persons hud been elected who wero
laboring under political disabilities.
Ihcy. wcro given to understand that
thoso of them who would sustain their
governor could huvo their political disa
bilities removed, nnd thoso who would not,
could not taku their scuts in thu legisla
ture, and the result wus that tho politlcul
disabilities wore removed from such us
noted with thu governor, nnd others wore
excluded, und liu hud control of that leg
islutuiound succeeded in fustening upon
thu stato u debt l ho discovery of which of
lutu cuused' him to lieu tho stuto und es
cape tho punishment which would have
followed thu frauds commuted.
So it is with thu members of congress
elected from tbo touthern states. They
promised to rumovo tliu political disabili
ties from adherent?, and they uro always
ready to do it wheio they call gain favor.
Ilirio cheers wero heartily given for
H.tuco Greeley, wjj wus ociiied on tho
platform.
senator Trumbull l am glad to Pear
such cheers in honor ot thu Uratutiampion,
1 believe, in the Country -und lie nru.
claimed it boldly of Ubiveroul umnestv.
Renewed cheers J
Onu ureal meusure, then, which is de
manded in tlio name of honesty; in thu
iiuiiiu oi iuui:u uuu iiiu ocsi mvurusi, IS 1110
puauo of a gunernl bill removiui; pulill-
:..l .1." ..i.iii.i." ri . . .
vui uituuuuioa. Lureaiciicors J Allullier
cauu of compli.iut among tbo people is
tho way in which tho patronage of tho
government is used used us if it wero so
much money to curry elections, not in
tuo interest of tho party,
uven, ii uocs not riso lo
that high dignity but in tho Interest
ofu faction ol a purty. Groat appluuse.j
" la iiuioriuua ou Ull Know II III IIIU
city of .Nuw Y'ork for it has recently beon
disputed by un investigating coni'milleu
which sat in thai city that your cusiuiii
bousu is hero tilled Willi men who. iimioiul
of having received their appointment ill
consequents of their lldelily, then ubillty
and their ciipi.city to dltcharge the duties
of their olliees for thu host iutcrutti of tho
country, ure appointed because of tliu
iiiuueme it Is supposed they cab exert ut
tomu primary election or tutu convention
or iu leueiiingyou piople whom to vote for
III IIIU H)IIS. LLillUglilCI.
This civil-sorvico system of ours U thu
parent of ninny evils ihal 1 cminot Hun
to-night to point out. Tho ollieers in
many localities aro tuxed a portion of
uieir salaries lor party purpoe, nnJ
Ihoy do not perlorm tho political duty
1. . ... . 1. . .. 7
iiinni, mey uro very soon
il others subsLitnii.il ui...
win no uctivu in politics.
Fussing from this quetinn of civlhsor-
vn-u roiorni. winch would occupy un
uour 10 uisciiss properly beforo you, '
come to unothtr ini'usuru which tlioul.
creuio inarm throughout tliu country.
nlludopurtlculnrlyiothu assiiuiptlon'.if un
warranted p.wer on tho purl of the fed
era! government and departments of tlio
federal government cheers. To illiu-
r.tio, tne military otUeer in command
in ucorgiu it-ueu un order prohibiting cor
turn i men to sit in tho legislature, and ah
luwinir others to tuko their
(JcUuiicu of tho HCi of
efiould Imvo 6uicrtc( th,t flTtr,i I.i 1...
, vsus.ii! ktl Jill
prisonutcnt not lus thn
pcnlientiury. Was nnv notion nv s,.l ..
of it ? Yes j the matter wits referred lo thu
uoii miueu on judiciary In tlio senato of tho
United States, and n report was mado by
that committee, druwn up by senator Etl-
i ' ,'7 Vermont, un ardent friend of
u uuininietruuon, oxprossing in mild
v ., ,. . uiat, me committee wero constrained
tberlf. 11 1,10 nction of ,ho "'"ft'iry uu-
ml Lu.,,i'u"ln!r' t0 ,,,w r'PP""ol.
and that is tho onli- i,ilnn ... i.,. .J..
SWf If ft ?t upm
t , ;.. ... "ry :Kre
psssid a law tlm
army should dUriZ. I rt!ST
civifoffi , un.l ? rS? ,h,0 fu'ti "f
't tut. iiS .rV.K! "SI
01
N
Krcsi tliui u i --"b " eiun oi con.
from . ? m.a
.i,.ii.... . "i mo un ted Ktnt...
th uw p'roviV'y tl'l ltcretary 'or who, !
oinccr' u niHlor" iJ lV' Lut un nrmi'
hVVj i. -J l ul ow-cltizcns. sunnoso An.
loll you cb?i..i ule,atur tor you.und to
Mti and .1. ,,!r.V,n, tk their
usurpHtlon? a. .1, - . Bro"
that'jolin.on bait n ."'I'",0 llmo "TP"'0
with-m Kv HonwC.d :,1,'01whl,, ,,ou,
fi.,iMi,.n. "u,r disehnrL nL. Mm
think izrcsr'r.'i"
unnoticed ? How lon '"1" vor
preserve their liberties If tbi:
submit to the cncroaLmn.
.a . . --.....vim iji Li ii ass in
.uin.iruyj .Applause. The ,f0 of
the citizen, let mo lay tuyou, and protcc-
Hon in his person and In property, Is to bo
found in tbo local laws which tno people
Ihetrt'ClvcA administer applause, and not
In a central government wliero the powors
of the (jovcrnmcnt nrn combined. If this
system of encroachment Is permitted to go
on, tho day Is notdiuntit when mr repub
lican system, based on tho idea ot n divis
Ion of powers between tlio federal uovurii
tnent nnd tho states, will bo transformed
into ono Imperial despotism, with all
power ut the cliv of Wasliinifton, nnd 1
caro not whether that power is exercised
by n single person us u monarch or by
600 persons culled n congress, it is eqtiiliy
ii despotl'tn applu'ise, und tho docirlliu
is now boldly proclaimed uy men uign in
authority Hint the states of this union
huvo uch powers onlv ns uro confrrrcd
upon them by tliu constitution of thu Uni
ted Stales, when directly thu reverso Is
true, and thu states huvuull power except
such in thu rotislitutiun of tliu Jinked
Slates has conferred upon tho United
Slates, or has withheld from tlio ttutes.
Thu difrernneu is this : Tlm government ol
thu United Stntes is a government of de
rivative fiowers. In thu statu Ihn govern
ment is inherent. They havu ull the
powers not denied thorn, while thu gov
ernment of tlio United Slates hu no
power except such us is given it, ap
plause and nieli as tho constitution ut tbo
United States gives, for it declares in one
of its iimeiulllielils that nil powers not
conferred by this constitution upon the
United States is reserved to thu stntes re
spectively or to thn peoplu of tlio state.
Hut I pass from these three encroach
ments of 'tlio federal government to an
other matter that is complained of, and
justly, und perhaps mora loudly than any
olhor by the people, that is thu ubnso
nnd corruptions of thu govcrnm-nt. This
seems n form of corruption on tho part of
otliciuls. lou here, iu the city ot iNuw
York, first disclosed the robberies which
were being practiced by lliosu iu author
ity, und that awakened public sentiment
in tho country. That caused tho peoplu
over tho land lo look to their officials and
ascertain what disposition they were mak
ing of tho money which wus collected
iroin rhem, and in tho city of Chicago
several city officials have been convicted of
roccivliiir bribes, und other olleiices.
und nro now suffering the pcnnltte of
their crimes in prison. I Applause. In
tlio government of tho United Slates, al
though 'wo have not been ublo to unearth
nnd disclose all tho corruptions, in fuel, I
think wo huvo onlv just eon tlio surface
tif wliut exists below, still enough has beon
shown to show that abuses oxist. I will
illustrate by reference to two or thrcuasos,
Ono that Wis recently occurred nnd been
brought to light, Is that of tin officer who
bus charge of ull tho national bunks of tlio
country, without wlioio flat tbo national
banks cannot oxist, whoso duty it is to su
pervise nnd watch them when organized,
so that thero can ba no fraud, upon tho law
or Upon tho people. "Within a few weeks
it hits been discovered that that officer,
when ho was inquiring into tho delinquen
cy of ono outheso banks, received us ii
present from ono ot its ollieers a carringo
and harness. In tho city of Washington
he was ohscrvod wulkl.tgdown tho avenue
in company with an officer who hud been
bummoncd there to give, nn account of
certnin defalcations in his bank, und of
tno misuse oi mo money oi tne people.
Aftorward ho walked out with tho head of
tlio bureau, nnd on tho way passed a car.
rl'igo shop, walked in, bough, it firm cur.
riugu und harness. Clurk, it is proved,
also received monies. Well, what happen
ed ? Wliy, tho committee that investiga
ted this, a cummittco friendly to thu officer
und friendly to tho administration, ro.
ported that in their opinion tlio good man
agement of tho currency bureau required
that thero should benchuntso in the officer
at tho head of that department. Laugh
tor. Thereupon thut officor was permit
ted to roign go out of office honorably
on a resignation. Why a fow yours from
now it will bo supposed that tho officer
had bcou delinquent in tho dischurgo of
sorno political requirement. It will bo
supposed ho had refused to pay an assess
ment lor party purposes: that he had
refused to tno his Influence to pack a pri
mary ineeiing, or control it convention m
thu interest of some favorite perhaps of
some congrcsmiin who guw him his place.
Do you think ho would huvo been per
mitted lo resign? Wlij tlio political
uulllollno would have como down and oil'
would come his head, nnd his trunl;Je.s
la dy would huvo tumbled out of officii us
a monument to nil other officers of tho
fato of those who hetruy them. LAp-plailK-.
'
There is another officer who has been
recently investigated, only slightly. So
liu, 1 think ono of thu cabinet offiuri, thu
secretary of orfu of the departments, nnd
what bus ho been doing? Why, simply
this : A row yenrs itio, during thu wur, tho
government entered Into a contruct with
certain perrons to build semu wur vessels.
After tbo contracts went made, tho gov
irnment changed tho plans of some, und
it is ulleucd that they delayed
tho contractors in completion of
thu vessels by which they suf
fered loss In consequence ofnriioin ma
terial nnd labor. In tho year 1807, two
years nfter tho wnr was over, they rnm
plullied thut they hud suffered great loss
by reason ol this action of tlio eoverh-
nmnt, und usked to bo paid. Congress
passed a law, nullioriziiie: tho
of tho navy to convene it number of oflf-
cors to exuniino into their complaint, nnd
sou wiiar, tr anything, was duo them.
That bourd mit nnd reported thnt thero
was duo contractors, In consequence of
urn iiciioii oi too government, 910,500.
Thereupon tho governmont of thu United
Siutcs tlirouuh its conuicss. In 18i;H. nav,.,l
ii law directing $115,5110 to bo paid these
contractors in full of u!l cluiuw
out If the ctinitiuction of ihesu vessels.
That money was paid mid reeu v..il
Don't you think that ouirlit to lnivn I i.
tho end of it? Hut it wus not. Oh, no;
without any law tho seereturv ori.iuiWt.ri
manner uoaru, nil (I loid llieili to JliquiM
nw nil, IIIIIIIIT, unu iricvu IU eXllllllllll nm
reported thut the coniructorotiL'ht io h..v,,
!.'( (Will n.urn 'Pi. la io .. 1 1 . ,
i v ...v.u. a.jio la u uuiiru iiiiw I r ma
own subordinntes. Theru was no law di
recting him touppoint this board, ns thero
wu in ioui oy unoiner secretary, but ho
appointed it of his own volition : mid
then what does ho do? Why, ho p-.vs
them this $93,000 besides. What do you
think of that?
Tho conclusion of Senator Trumbull's
speech will bo published io-morrw. Kd
liVLLKTIN.
DK. WOOMIULL'S DEATH,
uns, MKooKKit'rf sTonv or tiik iast
U0UIIS OF M 118, VICTORIA WOOPIIULL's
rillST HUSllAND A 0,17AU11KL WITH THE
ritVSIClAN.
Mrs.lJrookor, sister of Victoria Wood
hull, pays:
On hearing of Dr. Woodlmll's illness. I
ntonco repaired to his residonco, 118 Wost
1 wciuy-thlrd street, but was at llrst re
t 1 ,,,d'"il'" to tho sick room. II ,ving
t length succeed in ohtainlngan entranced
doZ? whail lhu, .M- ad uskctl Ttho
piled: 1J Jo for Um- Uu
"Thank God, you havo come. Trv If
you can prevail upon them to nWy...
some morphine.1' 1 e'vu mo
I know he had been In the hnblt of tak.
Ing as much as thirty grains of morphine
every twcnty-lour hour for som0P 0
past. IIo was compU od to do lids to op.
uln relief from u painful diseuso from
which he auflored. Feeling assured that
nothing else would sdvo Ins life, 1 bocced
tho physicians, l)rt. Jules Dumyro und
'-oinltiH, to allow him a small dose. 1 did
mil exclaim, us they state, "glvohim thirty
iBtulm of opium, and If that lint no effect
lvo him Uilrtv more.' I merely nsked
them to give him onc-iluhth of a grain
every llfinun minutes unlit relief was oh
tulnid. It it my belief that, hnd they
done so, ho would havp recovered j they
refused, howovrr, and threatened to hnvo
mo removed If I mudeniiy furllior sug
gestions. Shortly afterward, veratria
was ndmlnlslered, nnd ibis. 1 nm con
vinced, was tho truo ciftl'o of his death; my
Imprccslon is that they wcro experiment
ing upon htm. On Saturday afternoon tin
wus suffering terribly from spasm', and
implored mo to obtain tome brandy for
hlm, If I could got no morphine. I en
treated, tho physicians to allow hlm u lit
tle brandy, but was ngaln met with n
refusal; on mv persisting, however, they
nt length yielded so fur us to promise to
glvo blip a spoonful in u cup of coll'ee,
but I subsequently saw them pour thu
brandy out nnd glvo tho pntlenl I bo u ffee
only.- They then ndmlnltered another
doso of veratria, from tho effects of hlch
ho never milled, but umlt rapidly and
dlnd that evening at G o'clock. The treat
ment hu received from tho first was obvi
ously incorrect; why, tho suddc.'i stop
page ol I is habitual doses of morphine
was, in itself, sufficient to cuuso his death.
Mrs. llrooker added that it was uniruo
to say that tho doctor was hubitunlly In
temperate; sho had never seen him in
tho smallest degrco Inobriatcd, nnd know
hlm to bo porfectly abstemious
With regard to tho statement of Mrs.
Miles, gho contlrued, thut I wns In tho
habit of tuklng thirty grains of morphine
daily it is entirely faUc. Some yenrs ago,
Indeed, tiding under special medieal
udvico, I took it, hut for tho past three
ears I havo not used it nt ull. Shortly
before his death I told Dr. Wood hull that
I could not obtain either brandy or mor
phine for him, nnd nsked him if thorn was
anything clso'ho thought would bu of ser
vice to hlm. IIo replied that an emetic
might nffiird him soma relief, but this was
also refused by tho physicians.
Our Homo Advertisers.
CJKXEItAI. AUKXT.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
he nc II A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
Ohio River nnd Kaunnba
sXiT? co:m::e:3.a.:lt:i::es.
70 Ohio Levee,
Cairo. Illinois.
HKAI. :TATK AUKNCV.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AUCTIONEER
71-ftfCOND FI.O0U) OHIO LKVKK
CAIRO, ILLS.,
Bur and Sell Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FUHNISII ABSTRACTS OP TITLE
I prTr Oi -n-rnnr-en nf Klndn.
St. Louis' Advertisements.
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NEW: S;TiYLES
New Stome
MANN & LIBBY,
.No. 421
North Fourth Street,
StLouis.
SELLIKQ
LOW PBIOBS!
Our Goods
FRESH AND NEW
Oar Prices are Low I
WE SELL
Only First-Class
ZDZRSfT GrOODS
MANN & LIBBY,-
No. 421
North Fourth Street,
Sr. Louis.
We Invite
Our Homo Advertisers.
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FUUVISIOKS ETC.
No. 110
Ono Lktm
Cairo, III.
Kansas raimmT rriiLin
BOOK BI2VDEAY.
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOI1JV II. OHERI.Y COm .
raoraiiroas,
uullclin Buildinir. comer of 12th
Btrcct and Washington nveuuo,
Cairo. Ulliuols.
All Uln-li rt Tll,.l -.J m . . i i .1 -1 ....
? ?S Vi"S.?' ""nK niK'fd. tho ami
Drin i a U,.w,, ' ! many years
"iineHnUV!'',!,f ba.t Mlnil.rlM of S. li.uia,
fiilantlv ."" 'iuunmrui, w vsa con
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GOODS AND PRICES,
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Wilts Prices,
MANN & LIBBY,
No. 421' ,
North Fourth Street,
St. Louis.
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W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TI.NTH STREET,
CAIRO ILLINOIS
TOR
Dorm, daub, Rllnd. HonMlnKS,
Eitvetisslterii, (Sfoed) Wlndownnd hooji
Framed, flooring-, Lath,
Nblnglea, UlnKed Nanh, Ulaied Hide
Llgkla, Ulared Tranaorua,
Haats Welajkln, Naab I'sslllea and Corda,
Blind raafenlaigii, Rooflna;
Fell, ItooDns; C'eincnl, FUalcrlng
Taper, Carpel Fell, Wblla
Lead, I.lnsnl 4)11, American Window
Ulaaa, EiiKllab uudl'resscb
Plate (liana. Putty, Ulaaler'a Polnla
Newer Plnea IntBS I'hlmnm,.
Etc., Klc, Ktr.
AOFNTS fnr Ilnck Itirei Paper Company V
WlivHiliiiiu KbUhniI OiiarlsOmenl.
ii. w. Jolia's lniiroTU ituutlux nlwsjs oo
NTOVKN. TINWARK, in'f,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Our Homo Advertisers.
niacr.i.i.ANKAi'N.
WOOD I WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
The ttndrsinM will furnish tj
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am Cheap, l Het Cheaper
ban any wood dealer In Cairo. La nnl.r.
n the slaie nt Die l'ostoniceant atlto! iSIj
Uellth Mreels, Cairo, Itlmol.. owe -odd
Measure i nnd will cord the wood up If Se.'rffl.
- "'"""-'I HKNNIH HAI.BY.
A. BRUECK
Uildcr, UAhi.Mcrcr, Varnislicr nnd
Fancy J'npcr Hnfigcr, Mnttrcss
Making and Repairing.
Shop ota Commercial avenue iss the
Perry llonne.
p r.A.n.p7;ir,k,,S!i!S?,M -t0 "re W,M
Unlrr. ntf iLllclleil. m)
WILLIAM KIILEHS,
riulilonaliU
1100T AND SHOE MAKER,
TWENTIETH HTHEET,
nelneen Waslilnxton arenua and I'optar street
CAIKO. ILL.
PHIL. SAUP,
(Suceesmir'to I. Baup.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DttLta IX
CONFECTIONS.
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, KTG-
103 f-'nmmrrrlal ATrniie, between
Nlxtls nml Neveiilh Nil et,
. CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
W1IOI.KMAL.E CltOCr.KH.
.,,mTtO"'c67
j WHOLKSALK GROCKRS,
OHIO LEVEE
IRO, ILLIN0I1,
Also, keep constantly nn hsnd a mcvt com
plele Steele ut
SCOTCH AND IKKII WUISCIES
-KISS,- ,
Fort, llnderia, Shorry nnd (Jatawba "V ints
RJMYTH A CO. se7Texclulely for cash, to
, which fct they inrite the epll atiQ
(ion ol cloie bargain buytrs.
Special attention given to Filling Ordtrt.
D R T 4J o o n N.
'72. SPRING SUM31ER. 72
C. HAN NY.
LARGE STOCK.
BROWN SDEETINGS,
PRINTS,
ricicxasra-3.
CUECKS,
STRIPES,
KENTUCKY JEA.V5, EXTRA,
CASSIMERS,
BLACK ALPACAb
LUSTERS,
OROS'JitAIN SILKS,
POPMKSt.
LARUE STOCK OF CARK'.TING
OIL CLOTH'S,
MATTI.VO,
Window nliadaa,
OILT II AN OB,
NOTTINGHAM LACK
DAUAIKH.
UU Entire Htock
AT
VERY LOW FIGURE8.
corner 8tu 8T. and. com ukrcjal-at.,
Cairo, llllnola.
ntiir
X!AM
CAIRO CITY COAL
(a prepared to supply ruitnmer wllh tliu beat
quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
OnnrcrtS Icll at llnlllday nros. ofllce, 70 OHIO
I.EVKK, or at Clio Coal Tard below the til.
Charlva llnlrl. will rn-olve prompt ntlenilon
I'llKTUti IIUNTAUK'' will linog coal along
tiJeaienmeri.nl nnv hour. ni2Vf
AH PITTERN.
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Voile
Ware, Coal lloda, FlieUhOTela, Air Gates,
, MiacricTcaia or
TIN
ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
IRON WARE.
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Dnll ..J
i)rkdm....i.u.,V'n n'..l lna of Job
wurfc don at shortest nolle. lebldlf
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
a sua ii
JAB FIXTURES, s
rfas Fitter's and Plumber's maten.l, Woo
pumps, k lubto nuu ang.o TAls, stop
cocks, cluck viilve,to.
ALSO AOENT ro
rulta Drolliera Patent Ury Oaa Meter
And Hnrehue, Wells A Co'a Automatic Water
Indlcuinraiidbupply Valve for steam bollera.
W1NTVKV 1HHCK. COMmyiTfAl'AVICVTT
RERKSHIRES. BERKSHIRES.
I AM IlltRKIllNflanil liirn tnr l,. nrthl.
best brre I of IIork, nt lib a pair, not i kin. No
MiracnaiRiMnrroori nrio (I I. r the trip, Orders
11 i-iiru uj c, HUIU1LIII, B, 1.0UIS, nn,
4-Clni.
VH jQI-f "" caikajie ol 1'role.i.ur
II II lnlVrilr.IIall' Mi?la nniiinound
will l.iruo tilt beard W ernw thick nnd lieavv on
tho mothPsl tsce (wlilioul loliirvl in 21 d vs.
or monev refunded ; ysnenta apackace, postpaid,
or a for ntty cents 1 "
KUOAH JONES a CO., Ashland, liasi,
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