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THE CAIRO DIALY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1872;
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m,.lah WEEKLY llUt.UtTlN.
John It otftJ " reduced th Mib-
korlnliAB rnc " vPRiy vairo nuiieiin 10
CVTWhrrfl'mnJim mnklns it tho cheapest
Giunt's, haattb, U Is tali), Iim Icon In
an unattfnctory contlllion Inco tlio lib
eral doraonptrallon In Now York. So
are hl prospects fur n ro-olecllon, wo
Wk ruuMiM In another column an ex
IrACt from tho proceedings of tho. colored
convention In Now Orleans. It will lo
toe tbfit the .Into labor reform convention
tbo Cincinnati convention and CnrlSeliurz
tbitro about cqnnlly In tho good graces of
tho colored conventional).
Thk Misnotmt ' Demociiat' advis
Mr. Hummel, present secretary of state of
Illinois, to announco that lie is not a can
didnta for tho ofllec, and informs Unit
gentleman that bo will not bo nominated
by tho republican state convention, his
lottor to Ills asstitant, Col. Hnrlow, huvln
hown tbnt bo Is bad.tempcretl and indis
erect. By all means lot Mr. Riimmcl
tbo radical candidate Iiocvcr ho tuny
be, defeat Is in sloro for him, and Mr. Rum
mcl has proved that hi richly merits tho
robulto of a dcfcal.nt tho hands of tho peo
plo of Illinois. It would be a pity to
sacrifice a bettor man.
THE LATEST NEWS.
Charleston strawborriei wnro
N. n. Clark Veteran actor, died on
sold in Now York Saturday at $2 CO por
It is thought that tho president will
ibis week1 nomtnato a comptroller of tho
currency to supply tto present vacancy.
Carl Bchtirz lectured in Newark on
"Tho German Nation In Amorlca" for tbo
benefit ot tho German hospital.
.Miss Nitsson presided, on Saturday,
at one of tho ttaMs in tbo fair, in New
York, In aid of tho Homeopathic Surgical
Institute, for which purposo 500,000 is
expected Vo bo raited.
Miss Nelllo Grant, dauehtcr of resi
dent Orant, arrived at Liverpool on Satur
day, and was received by Mr. Dudley,
Amorlcan Consul. Miss,Grant expected to
proceed to London on Monday.
Dr. "Win. Hewer, nn English misor
aged 84 years, long a nolod character of
San Francisco, was found dead in bis
room, which had not been swept for four
teen years. It was discovered that ho
was worth 12,000.
Horaco Grcoley, Saturday night, was
elected president of tho Liberal Club. All
tho morning papers gavo full reports of
tho Liberal Republican meeting, aud tho
general opinion is that the gathering was
tho largest and most enthusiastic pollticil
meeting over held in Now York city.
TRUMHULL SPEAKS IN TKUMPET
Tn Illinois State 'Journal' is taken
by surpriso at tbo spoccb of Sonator Trum
bull in Now York, in fact, its surpriso, tho
'Journal' says, "is almost unutterable. It
'seems almost llko a porionnl blow to havo
'our distinguished sonator.tbus going back
'on himself. Wo can see only national dls
'aster and political revolution in tho pro
'gratnmo to which he now gives bis adho
'.sion." The 'Journal' is a prophet, only it
miscalls tho changes which the liberal pro
gramme is destined to bring about. Grant's
defeat will be a national blessing, and it.
will be followed by political reformation,
instead of revolution.
The administration- NKWorArsita ap
pear to experience a so.-t of spiteful pleas
ure in tboir endeavors to bclittlo tho
Ilboral republican administration in Now
York city on Friday night last. But tho
comfort which thoy derivo from their
efforts must bo decidedly cold. Tho demon
stration Is an evidence ot tho good faith
of tins revolting republicans in their cru
sade against radical mUsovcrnmcnt as
illustruUJ In Gen. Grant's admlnis. ration,
and its powerful- influence will bo, felt
throughout tho country. Hesitating dem
ocrats who havo walled for au assuranco
of the sincerity of tho llborul republicans,
will wait no longar, butjlhrow themselves
heartily into a movement tho principles of
which havolong commended it to their judg
ment. Tho strength and respectability of
tbo monster meeting and tho public iden
tification of Senator Trumbull as n repre
sentative man, with its purposes, closo i'
all former issuos as between past political
parties. Tho fiat has gono forth. Tho
contest in tho presidential campaign will
bo between radicalism and liberalism
radicalism as represented by tho parly now
In power and liberalism as promised by
tho Missouri platform. Under tho.bannor
of the ilnt will bo found tho president's
party an army of present and expectant
offico-holders under that of the last the
people of all formor parties nnd of every
section. And tho pooplo will win.
Vt E have received 'The "Western' for
April, of .which the Missouri 'Itcpubllcati'
says : "This is not a strictly now puultcu
tion, but is a higher devclopcmcnt of nn
old and well-established one 'Tho West
ern Educational Itovlow.' It is stvled 'Tho
Western,' a review of education, science,
literature and art, and is conducted by
Prof. Thomas Davidson, of the St. Louis
High School. Wo havo the April numbor
before us. It makes n good magazino
appearance Among its contributors aro
Dr. Ludwlg WiUman, Thomas Davidson,
Anna O. Brackett, WllUum T. Hiirris
and O. II. Laughlin, and tho urtlcU, com!
posing tho number art sonslblo, ioUI and
learned. They aro not in the least ptd.
gogical thoy aro in tho most expanilvo
"Tho Wostern grasps tho idea that
education is not simply kchool training
but that it has only --ir t commenced wlro
tcbool is ended, nnd is the Icgitimato busl
nets of overy intolloctual life. In tlui,
wider sense, 'The Western ' is still an cl
ucallonal'Journal, and will bo hulled with
delight by teachers and others who fully
recognize tbo fact that they are never cd
ucatod, but always educating themselves
Published by E, F. Hobart & Co., St
The Auemcax Journalist and Ai
tebtiiek'h Ixdex for April Is a handsome
specimen of typography which wo have
no bosllatlon In rocom mending to the
craft generally. It ii full of riowi and
luggestlons Interesting to editor nnd
printer alike, and can bo had for ona
year, by sending one dollar to C'oe, Weth-
Mil Co., 007, Chestnut street, Thllt
The following is tho conclusion of Sen
ator Trumbull's great speech, tho begin,
Ing of which wo published yesterday.
Ho not only pays tho money, hut ho pays
it without any appropriation to pay it
with. Tho constitution of your country
declares that money shall only bo paid out
of tho treasury in pursuanco of appropri
ation mado by law. What authority had
ho to pay money appropriated in 18011 and
1870 for work dono in 1801 or beforo 7
Tho officer might just as woll havo taken
$94,000 out of tho treasury without any
appropriation at all ; as well navo taken
uny money as to navo laKcn mo money no
d. Ho not only violated tho law by pay
ing monoy on an account that hud been
settled, but also by taking monoy mat tmu
never been appropriated, tor sucn a pur
poso. W n at is ino answer vo ims i me
answer Is that such was his construction
of tho law. Laughter.! What would
vou think of tho construction of n con
tract Unit ono of you had mado to pay one
of vour employes Sllo.OOO in full cf nil
claims growing out of a transaction, if ho
was to como to you afterwards and
ask $03,000 more, nnd you, offering your
receipt, was told, "Jiy construction ot tho
receipt is that you pay $93,000 more."
Thorn is no oxcuso lor such a transaction,
and if tho country was not full of theso
violations or tho law and plundering of
tho treasury such a transaction would
creato an indignation through tho wholo
country; but thoro is so much of It that
you ovorlook these brouehes of law and
misappropriations of public monoy.
fapplausoj. It is said by some, "Oh, thoro
was no intention to do any wione." Tho
question is not ono of intontion. An abso-
luto monarch may govorn his subjects
ust'y, or ho may oppress and onMavo
them. Tho question is not whether tho
tocrctarlcs pay mo.oy on accounts which
aro luslly due ( Alio question Is, lnul
they any authority to pay tho monoy. I
think nothing was duo in this cuso. Duo
or not duo, thcro was no tiuthoilty in tho
secretary to opon this account and pay
tli is 03,000.
qUKSTIONH or THE noun.
I havo thus briefly, fellow-citizens,
st n tod to you that slavery hus boon abol
ished; that tho rebellion hus bcon put
down, tho slates roitorcd to their former
position in tho union. All theso questions
havo bocn settled, and any person who
now undertakes to disturb them or to nc-
itato tho public mind in reference to them
must do so for purposo tho of diverting at-'
tenlion from the living Issues of tho times.
Applause And whut tiro thoso? I havo
tried to stato to you what they aro.
Thoy relate to tho uncroachment by tho
lederai government upon tho rights of
stato and local governments. Thoy relato
to amnesty and to securing the equal
rights ot all tho great principle lying at
the foundation of tho republican purtv.
They relate- to a reform in our revonuo
system by winch taxation shall bo re
duced, and soarrunccd to bear equal) v. as
far as possible, upon all branches of in
dustry, without increasing ono branch for
tno uencui ci imowier. LAppiitusc.J
They relato to tho purification of tho civil
eervico and iho administration of the gov
ernment, by which plunderers shall bo
driven from power cries of "goed,
goou-'j, iinu ino government placed in
the hands of honest men.
Now, why cannot this bo dono? I had
hoped, follow-citlzens. that all this could
bo accomplished through tho instrumen
talities of theso now havini: control of thn
L'overninont. but tho experience of the mist
session of congross and tho present sossion
has satisfied me that these reforms can not
bo accomplished throuirh tho nL-encv nf
.1 11 f . . . ... -
urn ruling ojJiriu now controlling govern
ment. Applause! FrofosslfiL' to hn for
amnesty, thoy doleat overv amncstv hill
that is offered, by limitations and Incon
gruous amendments. Professing to bo for
civil-service reiorm, tne;
practically to uccom
l'roii'Siini;. with lout
ot tno luiiest Investigation and tho corrcc-
Ul aouses, tney appoint committees
i. j roiessing io no lor
i, they will do nothing
mpllih it. Applause.
ud voice, lo be in favor
nuolllililAHlnHif mAnn.l n 4
ulfet't1 C0""n0n 80n,. If th0
IcidTo C0Tr1,cd thi
every porionUwnrtlv8"i,f?T ?h ch
lleves abuses exist, "ndiluad ,W '?
vtl8.Uon. Ap'rliuslU Ctt!al
course been nuriiu.,1 i v.,'.,u, t"at
. .7 ." "w iork.dnvi.il
juu nuuiu niivn iii.n....i." ; 7 ..J--
frauds 7 Suppose, wlien It whs l ? ll,us?
i i t iTi ucon niuun.
dered in this city by corrupt oincia?.
thoo olllcials hud boon called nnnn .
point a committeo of investigution, u),a
imu rviumu vuun uhh CUIIHIIUtee, uo VOU
tiiitiK you could havo unearthed
them? Why, it took your com-
mittco or soventy, with the assistance
oi tno aoiest lawyers in America, munilm
to ascertain where tho money of which
you iiuu ucun rouuou nau gono, and who
bud received it; and I think it Is only
t . n woohs uiui you navo boon
ablolo find out. And I don't think vou
havo found whoro it all went yet. t it
any wonder, then, thuj theso cmnmilteos
have only seen the surface of tho corrup
tion with which nearly overv dnnmA
of the government lireokli.g 7 Why f.
low-citizens, beforo tho war tho nrnlnur..
expenses of this government, oxcludlng
laymeni or interest aim pensions, were
ess than $00,000,000 per year. What .in
you supposo they wore last year 7 More
than $140,000,000. Is tiiero any reason for
this? It will bo said, perhaps, tho coun
try has grown, and business has Increased.
Truo. But has tho population increased
In that proportion has it doubled within
tho'ltst ten years? Havo tho necessary
expenses of tho government doubled 7 Do
you pay any more, or, if more, Is it not a
very small sum, to your ministers In for
eign sorvlco than yon paid beforo Iho war?
Do you pay nnylhing more to most of tho
officers in civil llfo? Do you pay any
moro to your Judges? Perhaps ii trlflu
more, but very nine. Aim too expenses
of tho clvll-servlco system, so fur from
being doubled should not havo boon
Increased 30 por cent. In my judgment,
the government, economically adminis
tered, need not oxpnd $00,000,000 a jcir,
now excluslvoof what It p:iyrt in interest
on tho public debt nnd for pensions.
Fifty millions of dollars n yenr ought to
be saved by nn economical ndmlnlstVntion
of tho government. Hut, us 1 paid, wo
havo bcon unablo to bring this nbout
through tho instrutnontnlltiov now exorci
sing control. And why 7 llec.:iuu the
machinery of tho government-thn ma
chinery of tho republican party is In tho
hands of tho 00,000 officeholder of this
country. They control tho republican
party by packing conventions and through
tho Instrumentality of members of con
gross, to whom thoy owe their places, and
to whom tho members, in turn, many of
thom, owo their scats in congress. How,
then, is a remedy to bo obtained? Must
tho peoplo submit? Aro theso encroach
ments upon tho rights of the peoplo to
continue, this collection of taxes, to bo
squandered among tho hirelings of tho
party, to go on until tho people find them
selves bound hand and foot lo a central
power at Washington that taxes them nt
will nnd squanders tho money on its favor
ites ns it ploascs? Yes; thcro is n romo
dy. But that remcny must como from tho
people lou ennnot otiiiim it through
politicians. Why 7 Politicians nro pro
verblully cowards. Thov aro afraid of
denunciations which will bo hurled at
them by thoso controlling party machin
ery. If to day tho public mon of tho re
publican party would talk openly ns they
will talk to you provatoly, In rcuard to the
abuses of tho government nnd tho existing
stato of things, a correction could ho spec l
ily obtained. But thby will not do It.
It enn only bo accomplished, ns I say,
through tbo people ; and it will take abjld,
energetic, and resolute peoplo to accom
Tho republican party nas n nnuio rec.
ord. It has performed many noble deeds.
Parties nnd parly tiflllctions and forco of
habit aro strong. Men dlsliko to break
theso ties aud Minder theso associations,
and will onlv do it from n stern sense of
justice But there is tlint feeling, I nm
glad to believe, In tho country, that will
urouso its honest sentiment and lead to n
correction of theso abuses. Applnusc.
A notlco is civen that thoro will bo n
nicotine of independent republicans in
tho city of Cincinnati tippluuso on tho
1st day ot Jlay noxt. Thai will bo a
meeting, not of olllco-ho'.ders ussemblcd
tor tho purposo ot devising Fcliemcs to
uoouwiiiK tuo people, una mislead them
by prostituting the namo of a great party
to their wicked schemes, bul it will bo u
mooting of honest, sincere men, determ
ined to bring about reform und purifica
tion ot tno gpvernmont. Applause. J I
am giau to say that the indications are
that tho best element of thn republican
party will bo assembled on tho occasion.
I notlco from my own state, within a few
days that a call has been made, signed, as
I am told, by nil but two of tho electors,
and, I believe, by every stato officer who
was elected on tho ticket with Ahralim
Lincoln in 1KCI, except, perhaps
tho govornor. There is similar informa
tion from other 8111101". This movement
can. if you will fil is in your hand), bo
made n success, lint to muko It a succesi
republicans must bo prepared to faeo nnd
put down tho minions ol'n party, tho dem
agogues und hirelings, tho thicvos and
robbers who plunder tho peoplo and who
win excommunicato mom trom what tlioy
call tho republican party. Lauuhtor or.d
uppiuusc.j xnciu plunderers unit thieves
aro no moro liuo a nartv 01 tniritv and
honesty than the dovil is llko tho angel
Gabriel. rLnuuhtcr.l Durint: tho com-
inir political enmpalun, theso same persons
will bo engaged lighting over ngaln tho
bailies 01 tno war, and abolishing slavory,
and putting down tho rebellion. To your
demand for nn honest administration of
tho government they will reply : "You
aro a traitor to tho republican party."
Appiauso. 10 your demand tor a re
iorm in Iho manner of iinnointiui: und re
moving from office, thoy will answer : "Wo
abolished slavory.'1 To your demand
for reform they will nnswer: "Wo
put down tho rebellion," and whon
you demand umnetty nnd restoration of so
cial intorcourso nnd hiirmonv amniii? h11
our pooplo, tho roply will ho a recltul of
tuo horrors 01 a war that was ended seven
yoivrs nco. With tho living issues of tbo
present they havo no concern further than
to retain power by seeking to resurrect
thoso which aro dead.
Now. if there bo an v rcmihlican wlin lm
not independence and nianhuoil enough to
meet with scorn und contempt all men
denunciations nnd subterfuge?, ho linn no
business to go to Cincinnati. Applause
Let him wear tho collar and ln-ur tho bur-
don which tho whlppcrs-lii of tho party
put upon him. And let tlie.e old lloubons
of both parties thoso who still talk of re
enacting tho fugitivo shtvo laws, and who
ixpuci 10 voio lor iinurou- ,iiiei;son, and
thoso who nro still talking cf putting down
tho rohollion nnd abolishine slavery, and
who expect to vote for Gen. Grunt, who is
about as politically uoud usjAndrew Jack
son is physically grout laughter and op
pliiusoj let theso old Ilurbons fight their
battles over, and continue to burv theso
dead issues. But let the Independent re
publicans nil over tills hind, who believe
In progress, in reform, in tho living issues
01 me present, ussemuio at Cincinnati, und
lot them there inaugurate measures which,
receiving tho support of tho eood and livo
men 01 an parties, snail rcsciiotno govern
ment from ruin. Great upplauso.l
THE COLORED CONVENTION".
SUMS Kit's STATUS fl.VCIIII.VCK O.V QUANT.
From llin SC. O.TIiiifk report of Iho irocofilliii.l
Uiirilson, of Alabama. I liavo been u
slavo all my life, and am freo 011 account
of tho republican party, and if It comes to
an Issue, I, for ono, am reudy to let Charles
Sumner full nnd let tho republican imriv
stand. I am a republican, and am not
arraid to say what I intend to do. 1 de
nounco tho Cincinnati convention, nnd go
for President Grunt. Sumner muv nusa
his days of tuofulncss. I do not mv ho
has, but Whon ho goes with this big Dutch
man over In Missouri, I will go agulnst
"in. au uemocrais aro in lavor ot tho
Cincinnati convention, and if Sumner is in
tho conspiracy, I nm against him. 1 havo
? t0, grind. I am too poor. Only
nM ro,Pblleans favor the Cincin-
bo nm:,'1" ,ttnu I think thoro must
" V.',""'.'" "U moil burn. Thn i.nnlln.
" till IKS Wn ..... 1.. '
Is all right when they ltcd to say thoy
wero all wrong. Tho reason is that they
camo back Into tho democratic party and
said, "I havo been a republican, but I nm
sorry nnd want to como back," nnd tho
domocratlo party says, "All right, old
sore hoad, como In." Grant has protected
us, nnd ho Is tho only man that will pro
tcct us. If ho is not elected wo will be
worso lorT than wo woro beforo tho war.
Wo may all bo killed nil for what I know.
Some ono asked, "Do you know Wnr
mulh?" No I don't; is ho tho governor?
Uo has not got nny friends in this conven
tion, cheernl especially If ho was elected
as a republican nnd Is opposed to Grant.
Applause I urn sorry to have hurt any
gentlohiun's feelings from Xoiilslunn, If I
said his governor hud 110 friends. Laugh
tor. Air. Pinchback called him to order.
Mr. Harilsdn.' I know that my friend
who has just spoken is sharp its a needle,
and now ho tecs this argument is going
against hlm,bo wants (o stop it laughter.
Mr. Uarilson was culled to order. He,
howover, continued J "business is buinois,
and I mean business. I beg everybody's
pardon, If I have offended everybody.
Thoy nru coming points of order, mid nil
tlint sort of thing, on me, vvien I don I
know anything about them langhlor.
Ho wns frequently interrupted and called
Mr. Pinchback, Tho gentleman appears
to havo undorgono some excitement in re-
Surd to my romarks nbout Mr. Sumner,
no of the gentlemen who stated that lio
had bocn n slave, wanted to support Grant
a.'ainst Sumner. Now, whero wns .Mr.
Grunt when Mr. Sumner was tho head
nnd support of the republican party? If
tho Cincinnati convention wns to nomin
nto Charles Sumner Pesldcnt, even if
thcro was forty thousand Grants', 1 would
sustain him. 1 nm not nlrald to stato my
platform, nnd I don't earn for him uuv
moro than if ho woro tho humblest black
man. Tho prcsldont of this convention.
who has boon appointed an officer bv
Grant, hns now in his pockets instructions
to sco that tho convention goes right.
-nr. ingrannm. 1 navo no suolt Institu
tions from Gon. Grnnt.
Mr. l'inchback. I do not eunnnso vou
havo them poronally from him. I do not
suppose ho is such n mummy; lut you
have them from his brothor-in-law. Ap
plause Mr. Ingraliam. I have not. I havo
Mr. Pinchback. Youhnvo:vott havo:
and 1 intend to show Mr. Ornnt and tho
colored people that I for ono do not In
tend to ho intimidated by Mm. Vou have
dragged Gov. Warmolh's namo Into this
convention also, for tho purposo of pro
ducing strife, when you havo no right to
do so; you liavo no right to do it, no sirs.
A gentleman has said that I am a needlo
and too sharp. Havo I ever practiced
any of my sharpness upon Mm?
Mr. Haralson. Tho renson that I called
you n needlo was becauso you woro sharp
In tho defenso of republican principles.
jir. I'lncnoacK. 1 navo had n conver
sation with Mr. Sumner myself, nnd ho
siaicu 10 me, in answer to an inquiry of
mine, wueiiicr nn woum support tho l'lilln
dolphla convention, that ho wns not pro
pared to stato whether ho would support
It or not.
I then asked him if ho would support
Gcnoral Grant, if nomlnntcd by that con
vention, und ho emphaticnlly replied, ho
could not toll.
A gentleman has stated hero that there
is no ono elso to support but General
Grunt, lean not sco why this is. I can
iiumo n great many gentlemen of republi
can principles much bettor to stippcrt than
General Grant. Ho also says that ho Is
tho only ono who hns protected us. I can
not sco this. Wo aro a freo pi-oplo and
must protect oursolvcs. Beside, there
nro many things in connection with him
that I, as a colored man, do not llko.
Whon Mr. Douglas, n colored man, went
to soo him, he snubbed him because ho was
a colored man.
THE CINCINNATI CONVKNTION.
A Washington dispatch says:
Advices at hand show that Col. Bab
coch, chairman of the Illinois Unto rcpub
llcnn convention, hus slgnitlod his inten
tion of going to Cincinnati. Kx-seeretary
of stato Hatch, a membor of tho commit
tee, bus signed a call for a liberal stato con
vention. Hon. Jesse K. Dubois. Gen. But
lor, and other prominont officials under
Gov. Yntcs. havo also pronounced in favor
of tho disaffection. Gen. Logan declares
that tho German voto has left tho party.
Thero is a good deal of excitement nmong
western politicians hero-
Kx-Gov. Blulr, of Michigan, returned
here to-day from n week's visit home, and
will resume his seat in tho houso to-morrow.
Ho comes out boldly for tho Cin
cinnati convention, nnd will probably nt
tend it. If so, ho will bo chairman of u
full republican delegation from Michigan,
whoro ho represents a stong opposition ex
isting ngainst Grnnt's renomlnution. Gon.
John O. Fromont, it is understood hero,
will como out in a day or two, in support
IIKJOICINOS IN l'EOIUA.
I'kokia, III., April 1. Tho announce
ment of this morning's press dispatches
that Hon. Bobt. G. Ingorsoll, Hon. E. G.
Johnson, and othor prominont republicans
of this city, hud indorsed tho Cincinnati
movement, nnd would bo present, and
tnko a prominent part in its action, has
caused considerable excitement on tho
streets. Tho adhesion of such thorough
republicans us Ingcrsoll will lmvo 11
powerful influence upon tho people in this
portion of tho stato.
St. Louis Advertisements.
rights, yes wo nr, .r.'"...lu.ou.lttl1 r
best step towards "it V, n ,1 . 01,0 " tUa
our prtfclp M ft;'0 Hto,nt cf
some mon livoloo loi.V The 1 W ,Hld
taken off just in tin,;. Tiiff?'"
had lived any longer ho won Id not "o
hnd the rights that ni.w nro otr. S
"that's what's tho matter w , '
When I asked a lltllo whlh, , ?'t
Frank Blair, tho Dutchman an.r 4.,
woro doing together, 1 asked, "how i, u1Ht
for high." I now think it is very low If
ho docs not; I don't bullovo It, and can-
uov see wny he has been dragged in.
All tho leading democratic papers now
say that Horuco Greeley and that crowd
IlKAI. KSTATi: AIJIIXOV.
U. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
74 (SKCOND FLOOlt) OHIO I.EVBB
Buv and Sell ItEAi. Estate,
FUHNISII ABSTBACTS OF TITLE
h I prerr CctfTncea of Kinds.
I BOAT STOiRBsTj'
Oai, LxvKB ; CAin0( lLt
owns r0mT rtnlt0
M'COItMICK I,YO."V. Ar'Ih.
.r-i t 'j " 1 .4 lit
I !' . 1 M. i.
".-1 '.( jtiatti v'. :
MANN & LIBBY,
North Fourth Street,
FRESH AND NEW
Onr Prlrea are Low !
MANN & LI13BY,
North Fourth Street,
Call niul Examine
GOODS AND PltlCES,
Send for Samtlk
MANN & LU3BY,
North Fourth Street,
Our Homo Advertisers.
Our Homo Advertisers.
V. G. Schuh.
WOOD I WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An CJtrnp, II not Chrnpr r
lion nny wood Irnler In Cairo. f.fnn nrdr
n 1 lie cl!m nt llin I'oslolllno niH at lloss' cunl
n, oh Oiiimierelnl nucniie, lietween Tenth mul
tnlth iireets. Cairn, lllinola, I kIb good
mriMUMi nnn vin eiiru 111c noon up 11 upnirrn.
IIOOKN, HASH. KTCl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DErOT
18j TENTH STKEET,
Doom, Snwli, IIII111N. Montillni;,
lUtrr (lnttrrN,(itooil AVItuloti and Honj
t'rnnien, I'loorliiK, I.atli,
hUlnKlra, Cllnsed Nnili, Ulnzetl Niite
I.lBhtM, U1nxr! TrniiHouiN,
Sin.li Tt'cIghtH, Nntli I'iiIIIcn mid C'ordH,
Illiml fnntt'iilne-i, Hooting
I'elf, ItoollnR IVintnl, I'lnMcrliis
I'uper, fitrpol While
I.enil, liliimil ll, Amrrirnii AVIuiIoit
UlniiN, KiikIIkIi niiill'rench
IMnto lttts, 1'ntly, Olmler'H 1'oluU
Newer 1'liieH Patent CliliiuiesM,
Etc., Klc, Ktc.
AOE.VTB for HoeSc Itlei I'spfr CompsnyV
Hifntlilnjt Ffltor.it fjnarlt Ci'iiitnl.
11. JohK's Imjiroveil linutiii); nhtfiji on
NTOVI.S. ri.wvAiii:, irrc,
A. H A L Ii K Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Wre, tiothits Wnnrera Toils
Ware, Coal Hods, FfrtUhovels, Air Ottts.
TIN ZINC, COPPEll AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
V-Roofinir. OiitlrnnsT nnd 'nil kinds ofjob
Gilder, Ulu.stcrcr, Varni?Iicr mid
Kiiiicy I'njior Hunger, Ma(trc.H
Making nnd ltepniring.
SIioji on 'otiinirrelil iivcniio In Iho
All uark ntriilcil lo tils paw wilt iccolro
prom tit Alii-niloii,
Orilcr nro Kollcilfil. dim,
HOOT AND SHOE MAKKll,
r.ftifn Wmlilngtoii srcniic and f'ofdar rtrctt
1' II I L. H A U V,
(SU'-stnor to V. Hailji.)
WIIOLKSALK AND 11KTAIL
run-: works, toys, notions, etc,
lot! Oiimm-rrlill Arnnr, liottTron
Slxlli niul NfTriilli NtrccM,
Jt . S M Y T J L & 'CO.,' '
: mill 1 f, ! 1 no 1 h .
A!o, ketp sonitintly nn lund nioit com
clr !ook ii
FWTCH AND IKItH WlIInKIEtf
-fi I N 8,-
Fort, Mnilcna, Shorry nnd Cnlnwln V inci
RUMYTil A CO. rll rioluslTtly for cah,
Hlncti U'-t Ihf v tnTite tnu tmpi-elal atl:
lion 01 clotv imrmii Mijrrra.
Special attention yircn to Filling Orders,
n it v (i o i s.
"it SPKIaXG-SUMMER. '72
C. II A NNY.
KKNTL'CKT JEAN8, flTRJ,
LAKGB STOCK 01-' CAUl-STING
Ill r.ullrc NlorU
VERY LOAV FIGURES.
COKNKK 8tII ST. AS1) COIMKRCr4L'AV.,
CAIRO CITY COAL
I prr"!'l to fiipnlv runtomfr wltli tlie lieat
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
SltriKltS lull at llnllldrty llro. nttli'c, TO OHIO
I.i:VKU, or ot Ilia Coal Yard dflow tlib(.
irlHH llotid, will reoHrn prompt ntlt-ntlou,
THK TL'O " MC'NTAl'K will Itiiii; ooI nlon
ldi ti-iiiiicra at nv liour. ocjSir
uah i'i rrr.us.
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Raa Fitter' nn I'limiher'ii mnlnrml. Woo
pumpa, Kluli niul nniflp rulvia, top
aiso AurKT ro
XnltallrotlierH I'ntenl lry Ohh Metrr
And MnrehaiiHP, Wclla Co'a Auloinallo Watct
Indicator and bupply Vulo foraleam liollnrs,
WINTKlt'H I1I.OCK. COMMKnclAI-AYKNlT
li HH K a II III Kri. H K K KS 1 1 lit KS.
1AM lll(i:KliINand limvpforilo l'iK of till,,
beat hreot of IIok, ni IAn Pilr. tint i, km. No
t'xlridiiJor;o','l'Of m I lr Hip trip. Ordtra
tollcllfd by 1., '1 ICIf.SOII, fcl, Louin, Mo,
or money rcfuii'led : eat a racUu c.
or j loi' niiv i'fnt. ".r... i,
s.u.wif.GAK J0NE3 co" A,hlaD,, Ma".