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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1872.
THE BULLETIN.
JUllNII.OHKIILT, Editor nnd puMisher.
WkHNXSHAV, - '
.May 7, 187'J
Ttiat ot " limtmi
Snlitriptlon.
U.t week, hy carrier, ....... W
One fear Ly carrier, in adtance 10 (
o month, by Mali, ... 75
Thr tr on I tit, i 2o
S i months, ............ 2S
YKfi ....... 11,1
TU DOLLA.B WKKKLY 1IUM.KTISI.
John li. Oberly Co. hate reduced Ihe ml"
orli-lion pnr- ot the Weekly Cairo Hiillfllii to
Om )oOrpriMiiJW. making tl Ihe chfspent ''
partmbllitiedlnHouthern Illinois.
LIBERAL TICKET.
To write three eotumni a day, nnd six
days In ttio week, nnd be 10 little of n Tool,
ii statesmanship. li. Gratz Jrnni.
ron PKKMDKNT,
HORACE GREELEY,
of New York J
or viok rn em nr. ST,
IV GRATZ BROWN,
of .Missouri.
(iuUeet fo ihe leollnn or the ifeniftomtip Na
I ltnnl Convention.)
by trcntlnc with all on fair nnd cmttl
terms, regarding It aliku diahonorablo
either to de.rmnd whnt I. nut right or rub
tnlt to what li wrong.
'KVr.KYBOnV INTITKtt."
13. For tho promotion nnd success of
these vital principle, nnd tho support of
llio candidates nominated by this conven
tion, wo it.vlte Mtid cordially welcome- tho
co-ojiorallon of nil pntriotlc citizens, with
out rrgr.rd to previous political ufllliutlon.
The Chicago Tim km Is mixed on the
Greley question.
IIokack AVtim; think tho Greeley
ticket will sweep tho country.
TlIK 'VlBNtlA AtlTKUV' boasts tllllt lU
circulation is eight hundred.
Tiik Nkw Yoiik II Kit ami culls Schurz
i' tho Teutonic Demosthenes.''
Tmk Mkmi'UIh Avalanche is nil right,
of course, on tho Greeley goo question
It in an Amiaiili: and nble ticket;
never fmr. .hnlg' 7ity, of IIWiiwifoH
GVf.v.
. - -
I Havi: no Di-iCoriiAOKMKNT. I catiiu
into the convention nnd by the convention
I will libido. Girl Sthnrs.
THE LIBERAL PLATFORM.
I'llKAMRI.i:.
We, tlit! Libornl RepuMicnn. of the
United States in Convention uieiiiblrd at
Cincinnati, proclaim thu following princi
pled essontlnl to just gnvcrnmi-nt:
DKAD IHM'Eft M'RIKO.
1. We recognize thu equality of nil
men before the law, and bold Unit it i
tho duty of the government in It dealings
with the peoplo to mote out EIJUAL AH I)
IXACT JUSTICK TO ALL, OF
WHATEVERXATIONALITY, ItACE,
COLOR OR PERSUASION, It KM
01OUS OK POLITICAL.
I. VK PLEDGE omtSKLVKS TO
MAINTAIN THE KNION OF THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AN I) EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
tJUKSTIOXS SETTLED 1JY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOl'RTEENTIt AND
FIFTrENTH AMENDMENTS OF
THE CONSTITUTION.
I'MVKKNAI. AMMKNTV.
.'). Wo demand the immeJInle nnd iil
olute removal of nil disabilities imposed
on the aceount of tho rebellion which was
Anally subdued seven yeard ngo, believing
thut UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
THE COUNTRY-
UaUVOCUATIC TO THE TO HE.
4, LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard the
rights of all citizen mure securely than
any centralized power. Tito people and
the public, welfarn require thu SUPRE
MACY UP TIIK CIVIL OVKU THE
.MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS COURPS. AVe demand for the
individual tho largest liberty consMent
with public order, for tho state self-government,
nnd for the nation n return to
tho methods of peuco nnd tho constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TRUE AN FREACIIIXU."
0. The civil service of tho government
has become n mere instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and nn
object of selfish greed. It is a scandal
and reproach upon free institutioni, nnd
breed n demoralization dutigerous to tho
perpetuity of republican government.
THEBEI'eMi: A WISE DEMAND.
C Wo therefore regnrd n THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
as ono of the moat pressing necessities of
the hour, thai honesty, capacity nnd fidel
ity constituto tho only valid claims to pub
lic employment; tlmt tho offices of tho
government cease to bo n matter of arbi
trary favoritism and patronage, nnd that
public station becomo again tho post of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL UECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAktirrqi EMTIUK HIIOVED AHIIIE.
We demand a i"vtem of fodcrnl tax
ation which ihall not unnecessarily inter
fere with ihe Industry of the people, nnd
which shall provile the mean necessary
to pay the expenses of the government,
economically administered the pensions,
the lntereu on tho public debt nnd it mod
ratt annual reduction of tho principul
tbtreor an,i t0,.(,s,lUl3 Umt UeM m ,n
' bt irreconcilable dif-
-SION OF THEM T. "uV 1 vm. v
IN THEIR CONGUesh H Kft
TKICT8, AND THE DeJiOn &
COSORES8 THEREON, mm, '
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTVum .
SO REPl'ISIATIUN.
8. The public ci edit mint L .uemliv
maintained, and we DENOUNCE HE-
PULIATION In every form and guise,
IHU or TIIK TRUE METAL.
v. a Ki'KKIJY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS Is demanded
alike by the highest coiuideiatioiis of com-
mercJal morality nnd lioncet government.
A WHU run TIIK NOI.UIER MUYN
10. We remenil.r with gratitude tho
sacrifice of Ihe doldlen and sailors of tho
republic, and no art of ours xliall cvlt
detract from their Justly earned fame, or
inn lull reward of their patriotism.
AVAVXT, I.AW aOBUEKal I
II. We ure opposed to nil fUrtbergrnnta
un1 to railroads or otbor corporations.
THE PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD Hit
M.rv,uHA(''llKD TO ACTUAL SET-
LIRKRAI. UUi:iu. fUl.ll'1',
12. We hold that it , UiB duly of thv
government in Its Intercom,,, with foreign
littlon. to cultivate Irlend.LIp. of peace
Hk ix FlK.ir-i.'l.Ah.i. Tho prnrles will
bi m lire every where for 1'ncle Hornro.
Aon,? Mi)i Went furl h.
'Anothkr Muihikr has come oil',' l
the wnv in which Hie Vienna 'Artery'
refer to tho hanging of old man Vaiicil.
l'Annoy II i' uk K, of Vienna, udvertiies
bi ability to !ell '.'heini grocerie nnd
marrv folks in the latest stylo of tho art."
Tub Cincinnati Commercial fays
Greeley has no brother-in-law, nnd no
father, nnd tlmt hi nephew nro nil
niece.
The Rki'uiiucans or Sai.ink County
havo Instructed their delegate' to thu Re
publican Stato Convention to vote for
Oglfdby.
It m a Noiili: Th'kkt, und will sweep
Virginia and nil the South rebel nnd ne
gro. It mvnn peneo. Franh Strrnt, of
Richmond,
Rkautiik Liukkal Plats-ohm Aciain;
study it; rend it to your neighbor and let
him study it. Ilricf it is, but it has a
thousand miles of good doctrine in it.
WllEKKVORK TIIK SlLKNflC of the bold
Logan 7 Has lie lost tho power to me
that msmbertho wagging of which has el
evated him to tho senate of the United
States? Is he not for Grant?
Tiik CiiirAfio Sun, by friend Goodall,
has been enlarged. Prosperity lias
not, In the case of Goodall, been
neglectful of the duty she owes to all en
ergetic and good business men.
Col. W. K. Hrown, who to the extent
of his ubllily, was n defender of Grant's
military nssnult on the Independence of
the Stnto of Illinois, und who knows noth
ing in politics but Grant in that Drown
may prosper, is likely to be tho Radical
candidate for congress in this district, nnd
"my eye V but ho will bo shook up and
then shook down, either by tho Democrat
Wall, or tho Liberal, Llnegar, or tome
other man anybody.
OUR
Some of our Llberlfrionds, wb'llo thoy
i -hvo
oompllmnritcd'tlio Independent tono
of our nrttclo declaring for Greeley and
Hrown, havo had tho frnnkncsn to say to
us: "Your Indorsement of tho Liberal
'enndidutes Is qualltlcd by tho big "If,"
1 which lies hidden In the expression, 'Sub
"Jed to tho decision of tho Democratic
"National Convention.'" Our Liberal
critics havo discovered a thing we wished
to have seen by all our friends.
Our support of the Liberal ticket is
qualified by the grcnt If of the National
Democratic Convention. Wo say this be
cause we hate no doubt tho nomination of
a ticket by tho Democratic Convention
would so shatter Mr. Greeley's strength,
and so augment that of Gen. Grant, thero
would bn no further mo of llshtiiig his
battle or tho battle of Democratic princi
ple. Such n nomination, If made at nil,
will be made in the interot of General
Grant, will b iimde by Deinoeint who
aro foolish if not merchantable,
and will found nt once the
ilownfnll of the causo of Reform nnd tho
destruction of Democratic doctrine. The
marplots of Democracy tho men who
have led the pally into foolish paths for
long yenrs the tcenterof rlcah pots they
havo not tho wisdom to upprunch in the
right diieclion tho schemers who de
nounced tho friends of Mr. Chase in 1SC8
a enemies of t ho Democratic party while
they themselves wero rooking the politi
cal broth which nuu scaled tho people nnd
brought dUustcr '.o the orgMiiizntioii they
profe'sed to champion of right, nee again
at work, and, unleM Iho public sentiment
of thu Democratic ma"es shall deter them,
thy will again bring disaster to the paity
and now misfortunes to the republic.
All those Democrats who prefer thu
parly to u clique, nnd thu success of the
principles of the party before the interests
of any individual, mut bu wide-nwake
and active in opposition to the machina
tions of tin) Voorbeesinn' of thu Demo
cratic organization, nnd, by inducing the
National Democratic Convention to leud
the Democrats into alliance with the Lib
erals, secure the downfall of imperialism
and the triumph of honesty and conititu
tionnl government.
Tin: Paiiucaii Kentuukian, while it
asserts confidence in tho honesty, states
manship und patriotism of Mr. Greeley,
nnd cxprcsnes an earnest desire to support
him, Hunks tho question adroitly und com
mits its conscience to the keeping of tho
Democratic pilots, who huvo piloted tho
party into disaster ever kin to 1800. Wo
are, as uvery other democratic Journal ii,
in this sumo boat of uncertainty ; but we
hall use a very loud voice to tell the pilot
that if ho stoorn us another time into the
waters of defeat he must go overboard or
we will endeavor to obtain a soi)t in some
other boat guided by a moro skillful clinn-
ncl-lindpr.
Tub Evansvillk jlsu.) Coriur.n,
very able Democratic journal, has " no
'doubt Mr. Greeley will iiuito all the nuti
Grant elements within the Republican
'parly, nnd now," adds the Courier: "It
' remains to be seen whether thu Demo
cratic party will endorse thu nomination
and mippoit the ticket.'' It it should, the
'Courier' predict)', Greeley will sweep tho
country. Tho 'Courier' inn do much to
induce the.Democrnti? party to take the
t'uU "ahoot" on this question, und wo
bo It n1U take oft" iU coat to the work.
'I'liKNr.w Vouk IIkrai.I), which lately
had no utl, u 0rmi Ujftt W(jT ot
hyo,M"'w the meeting or
the Unclmmtl conwanH,.., v B
'characteristic trait of the ,irwWent U
' a soldier and commander (Jui(srm 'Urunt
'showed wonderful persistency aa llmu
' nu. Has his character been changed In
Mini lili-h civil riflicii l,o l,,l.l i n ..
...0- . ... ..... ui i iias I iu
'presidency or ambition of a second term
'destroyed bis natural linnnoss of charac
ter and made blm a time-serving poll
'clan? Wo uro not willing to believe
' that. Yet there Is un evident disposition
to succumb to tho bluster of England on
the Alabama claims question. He ii, per
'haps, tho victim or a llrlllih ring opera
' ting through the state department."
Go to Wm. Ehlcr'n, on Twentieth
rlreet, for your lino custom madu boots
and sliooi, Yom can't du better, Try
theu).
JERK HLACK.
WHAT UK SAVrt Of TIIK KKMOCRACV AND
CINCINNATI.
N. V.f-iu Interview.)
Ueporter You have been misrepresen
ted, nnd I think misundcretUMd. You nru
believed In some quarter to bo recklcs
and out of putieiicu with everything but
tho old Democracy. Even lor that vou
aro supposed to havo no wish, except ttiui
it may Worno n martvr to its principles
by letting its worst enemies hunt it for-cvor.
niuge iJiacK ii mo Lemocraiic party
can have its principles by giving up ull
chance of power und placu tor its men, it
ought to accept tho sacrlllco joyfully j but
practically that Is nonsense. A political
truth triumphs only in thu victory of its
friends. Thu Fulvulion of thu country is
bound up in our success, und we ought to
succeed if wo can. Wo owo it nliku to tho
memory of our futhers und to thu interests
of our children. Even partial success is
better than u clean defeat, lor anything
which rebukes Iho corruption of tho fac
tion now in power will arrest thu down
ward plungu of our iillulrs. Our descent,
if not suon stopped, will bring us to tho
last stage of political, degradation.
Reporter You moan n despotism ?
Judge lilack No; 1 menu something
much worsii than nliy despotism can ever
be in u civilized country n Republic
thoroughly rotten.
Reporter You think, then, thr.t tho
election of the Cincinnati tUikot niiirlit at
least break tho fall of the countrv. and
give tho Democracy u future chance' of re
deeming it altogether '
Judge Iliack It might of iUiOf work out
a perluct una luimuUiatu redemption, and
democratize thu nation at once. Democ
racy men in- common sumo und common
honety organized for political purposes
and applied to public iitt'nlr.-. That is thu
substance of nil its platform-, und tho
object of ull Its trtiggle. Its success re
sults In obedience to law; in the practical
recognition cf individual rights nnd the
autonomy of tho stutc.; in thu faithfjl
distribution ol justice ; in llbcrtv, order
nou peace; in iiiai moral uievuiion which
nlone enn give dignity to tho character or
stability to thu institution of a free pen.
pie. Now, thu men of Cincinnati nav
thut they uro for all them things; anil
whosoovcr tun say to much us that and
sny it sincerely, whatever ho may havo
oeun uuruioioru or wuuiuvcr nu liluv call
himself now, it u Democrat. Thoipecchcs
of Trumbu'l nnd Scliurz at tho Cooper In
stitute, so fur as they ooncern all prctent
quostious, might hnvo been made by tho
purest Democrat in the laud. The Issues
they muku with thu administration aro
precisely those which wu Imvu mudc all
along. They come exactly upon our
ground. They oppose thu Radical party
tiucuuto of its corruptions, its reckless ox.
pendituroof public, money, its contempt,
uous disregard of constitutional ohllgu.
lion, Its shameless enslavement of thu
southern state.'', its multiplied nets of op
pression ami rooocry uu over inucountn.
iliuv propoiuto reUecin the country from
thu hideous ruin which lliiontens lis If it
jeiorm U not oll'ected. .Should wo not
help t,m In their work if wu can '! or
rather why hould wu disdain their assist
"""'"""rtormlngourownV ClUNOKH A Nil lMl'KOVr.MKKTa.
. lt0, ure ,ri"'"r abroad, suvs tho It,.,
ton 'Advertiser,' or a con in?. .... , ,
in the telegraph' ,Jn
that a new . stun, of tr.n.inl u ' t
will toon bo put in operation buiw,.?,,
.rH."nn. U UHloti '" operations of
which w I maku all present aystunis seBll
insunurubly slow ami stiperlluoiis. Tt.,..
granli machines will bo distributed to In.
dividual, who by a little pruetlcu will uc
quire tho ability to stamp their mussugiu
on u slip o perforated pajmr in the tule
graph cypher. This when taken tu thu
general office .will bo forwarded to its dus
tlnatlon, snd' then by unothor macliino
r.-lnij..! hnrtirn ilnllvorv to tho person for
whom It Is Intended. Too wholo t ino tr
tho wrltlngv transmission nnd printing of
mnssnirfl of ono hundred words will bo
but ono inlnuto and twenty-seven seconds,
and messages of tlint length nro to be lor
warded for twenty cents. Tho capacity of
a telegraph wiro in tho present systom Is
said to bo about 0,000 words in ten hours,
but by tho new process It Is claimed 40,000
words nn hour can bo transmitted on ono
wiro without confusion. Ono printing
machino can transcribe messages nt tho
rate of 3,000 words nn hour. All tho work
ing oxpensos of tho new systom nro repre
sented to bo much less than thoe of tho
old ones. Tho cost of ft machine for In
diting messages will Iks hut two or llirco
dollars, so that nny merchant, banker or
nowspuper olllco can havo ono for In own
business, nnd ono operator can do ns much
bu'lness with ono wiro ns n hundred op
erators with n hundred wires do now. Tho
nubile will reioico with rcnon If tho
nrncticabllitv of such an Improvement of
communication shall bo established. In
that event the mail yrill soon consist ot
littlo bcsldot aewip&per and Congress
ional documents.
THE L1TTLK KEKTUCKIAN,
No. 63 Ohio lovce, Is tlm' place where
they keep tlm freshest llh nnd game, nnd
the finest winef, liquors nnd cigars, to he
found In the city. Dinner only twenty
II vo cent. Open day nnd night, at nil
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
J'.-ltf.
Our Home Advertisers.
-0.n.HINMIOX A.M roKWAIIIIINU.
CLOSti & VIXCKXT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
AMI
Ckuent, Plastkm l'ARb,
AMI
LM ASTK K KIl'S II A I H,
Cordrr Klglilb Mirecl iitid SMilu I.evee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
II. M. HTLKN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
MEECHA 3STT,
Ami Dealer in t-'(ircien I-'ntits Nut,
No. 134 Coimncrcial-n vc".,
Cairo, Im.
(J. I). WILLIAMSON,
rRODUCE & COMMISSION
No. TUOUlo l.rvre, 'AIIIO, IM.I.MIIM.
s"Hwi'i attention j;trn lolcnii-ixnineiils on
ouler.,
STRATTOX & IHKIi,
(Huroei.or. toStratlon, Hinl-onA ClnrL-,)
WHOLESALE GROCEHS
Ahii
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Lovee, Cairo, Illinois
WOOD lUTTKN'IIOUSK,
FLOUR
Alll
General Commission Mercliant
133-OHIO LEVEE,
Z. I). MATIIUbS. K. Q. fill..
MATIIUSS & MIL,
AND UEJIKRAI.
CommissioxM r. n c h ants,
DKALEItS I.N
HAY AND WKSTKKX IMIODITK,
NU. 61 OHIO m:vei:.
Our Home Advertisers.
niM.INKKV.
iMHS. MeOKK.;
On KlKtilli fflreet, tiem rcn l.'oinnier.-liit dil l H'li
Inxton Avenues, I. il illj leeehmt
NEW JIILLINKKY (H)OD.S
or Tiir.
t
I.ATKST HIMIINO ASH MJM1IKU STVI.KS.
Ileslilcs a full I ne of
BoisratTJE're &c hats
Trlinmeii ami tintrhiiineil,
KltENCil KLOWEIfJ, Illllll LSM, TltlMUINCH
of nil klndr. Laced, elv., etc.
Mr. Mrdee ha alio a lirita .crlinent of
rnuey Arllulen.niicli nn
NKCK Tll. COLLAR. ltXiKlt-l,i:i:VK,
KUKfH.SASllKJ, KANs,,
An I nil oilier articles u.nnlly loiind In a
FIRST-CLASS millinery store
Mis. MeOee l well-known to Ihe Lnlle. n
Calm nml viemll), ami hv atrt.-t rtient.nii in hum
f. hope to relnin nml add to Hie hnlruUHur
.'ilch Iih lieeu o hberslly t..nned uiion her
In Die i:ii, i.:io.
. M ItS. M. SWANDKIt,
IN TIIK
atheneum: building
ha. opened nut an extensive lock nl
MILLINERY GOODS
All ol which areentlirly new nnd of Ihe erjr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
TIIH.-TOCK COJII'ltlSK-i
HATS, HOXXKT.S ItlltHOX.S,
FLOWERS,
And an tl-Dt nnrttnenl of
I.ACKf, I'lUNllO, KID OI.OVKS, IIOHIKKV
Ktid all article. UMiullr Ve in a r.rt-rU. mil-
linery !ioie.
Urn. Nnaudir Intlle. the miMie 1'ie.ll nnd iu-
iret her sleek, whieli "lie w Inke de i.iire in
.IihwIdk lo did :i new i il.ton er
I i.-u.
Our Home Advertisers.
moti:i.n.
rf;f chaulks iitmViV,
F. I). REXKORI) I'roprieto
rouvca onto l.r.vrr u rrl it.,
Caiiio, Illinois.
1nr Only Urst-CliM llmifr in thr City
SUT IUkkk cnne)ej to lid from Ihe llei.o
if IrefCl urite, dee'JII
WAUONS.
NVAUON MANTFACTOKY.
ylt iL:
ft
''STJiS?'" isi i wuat CD. v
For Halo at Wholesale or Retail
COIINEH H2l)-STIIKET AND OHIO I.EVKe
Cairo, Illiuoi.".
''"If V. UAMBI.K
Railroad Advertisements.
.1. M. IMIILLU'S CO.,
(Hueceasors to ft. Ii. Hendnciis A ( o.l
Forwarding and Commission
MNHCHAXTS,
AMI
WHARF-IIOAT PROPRIETORS.
l.lheral Ailvsiiremeiim nwde
i j 1 1 Coii.lxniiieiit.
Are (Jlejmied lo ni kive, (tore nnd luruurd
I r lhtx tn all k)iiIi and l.uy mid
wll un eiiliiinl.Kli'n,
-lliulnem aiteailed tn .reinily.
MILLKlt & I'AUKKlt,
G ENERAL COM M I SS I ON
AMI
FORWARDING M ERCH ANTS,
AMI
DKALKItS IX FLOlUt, COHX
Oats, Hay, etc.,
A (IK NTH kok FAIR HANK'S SCALES,
Olllo Lurf, CAIKO, ILI.IXOIN.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On nnd after Monday, April 24lh, IST'J,
trnins will ruii us lollows:
NOUTItr.KN DIVISION.
llMIa IxllMI SUl'THFSkT.
Mail. Eiprej.
Leave Vlrml. 0:40 a. m l.'.:i-i p.m.
" HpulngHehl u;m ' a:oo
,' 'I'm) lot villi- lllfrj ,',-jii ..
Arrite ut fmit II. li; ' 4,17
tiiaimi iioimi oTnwrT.
Express. Mull.
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" Tntlorville My " .
Arrive t .'priri;Iied...i,.l.'i " 1. m "
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Arrltu al IMunood I..VJ " n.'.-g ..
T1ih5::vih. in. train fioin IMiwiirth run- only
Muudajrs, Umlnexlaya mid KriUaja, aud thr.j
a. 111. limn Iroin rliAMnccluviii in Tiit.iday,
Thuri'da)'. ami ntunl.y..
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id Cliiuiuu and Alton Iluilrii.id, lor Jackunvlll,
I'et-mliurK, M"iu City, and ull puluts nrat.
At Sprliiijtield. with L'luvrKo nl d Alton, anj
T.iledn, Ualiaah and Wi'.iuin Itailrond, lor
lllonmliijjton.l'liidsK'i and all ixjiuts iiottli.il irlli.
IIKI and fM,
At I'.im, with the Indiana and tit, Leu., nnd
llhujii Ontral luili-oad, fur nil point" e.i-t, muth
and nutlieni.
At Kdauuiili wl!h CIiicjo iltiiaion IIIii.oik t en
Iral Itnlr-nd.
. t Hurt with Ohlnnud uaiasiipi rallrnnd.
Al Siinf:etov.n ilh ateatnhoaln lur Citiclimiiti
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ILLINOIS ClvXllAL IIAILKOAD
HMi Mile-. Un- Sihorteit llotilc
TO GHICAO,
Klltlllr .Mllrlli(riliurlfl Ruulf
TO ST. LOUIS.
NO CHANGE OF CARS
mm? t'Aiitr; to
ST; LOUIS OR CHICAGO
OFLV ONF CHANGE OF CARS
ritOM OAIUO TO
,V. II. MOItlllH,
Notary 1'i.lillf, ,
INHURANC'i:.
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FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVESTOCK,
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
I1TSTJR AITCE.
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K'ie, Inanri-I id rule, a- fwrahle a round, per
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.Inreol their wtionaxe.
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GENERAL COMMISSION
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FORVARl)IN(l MERCHANTS,
i':alkhs in hav, cohn, oath,
Hour, Meal, Rran, &c,
t'"K. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
CAIKO, II.I.S,
CinriniiHtl,
Detroit,
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liiilhinipoll., Tolu.10.
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lliialnn and ail pniula ea),
MllwnilUe, .laneavllle, Madl.nn,
l.itt.'ni.ne, bt. I'anl and all Kiinu 1101II1
J 1 1 1 f al'ii the only direct riue In
deealnr, llluniiiliiylon, Nprnineld,
.nriu. t,i"l,'".v' . Ue'iLoU.
llillliliKli'ii, Uo.'k 1.1, nd, i.u Salle.
Meiidnin, Ilium, Kreeporl.
(lalena, diiliinjiie, Mull .iy
O.milni and ull pnlnlx norlliHe.l,
Elegant Drawing Room Slt'opln.' Curs
On nil NIKlt Trnins. b
Hni!ltne I'lieeked in till Important pniul..
I'nr lii'kei. and liifuriinlii'ti, apply tn I, !. It.lt.
ileput -I nun; on lioiod I lie Imii.iI aleainer he.
een tnhiinlni. and Cairo, and at tne pniicli, I
lilllrnu, ,.;k.; nlliee. IhroilKlliillI the aniith. '
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NOTIC'K.
All per.nn. IndeMrd lo the lat- linn ol Cieholt
lirn. . I, J 1 ur, U,uk acenunl or fdhelM l-e are e.
pilred tuiniiKr linuiediate pajinenl to the under
.ijined an.l .ate eo.t-and expeo.e.. 1 hale, hy
deeiee of the Alexander county circuit eran
hem appolntetl reeelnet ol ll.e eflecla ot .aid
tlrm, and ird. red tn promptly collect the dt
due and wind up the hii.ine.. a. apenlily an
It can he done. .No other per.on i aiuhoriied
totran-a. t any hmlnei. of eald firm, or collect
anv Utbta due.
JOHN Q. 1IAHMA.N,
"12t KecelTer.
XEW V01IK STOHK,
WIIOLKSALK-AXI) IIKTAIL.
LAKOKST VAIUETV STOCK IN Tlin CITV.
OOOUS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Mlartreulb atrett mu4 totu
sssrrrlal Artnur,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CO. I'ATIKR.
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WHOLES ALU k II ETA I L
CONFECTIONS,
FIRE WORKS, TOY.S
NOTIONS, ETC.
M'i CotlllnelPial Aenue,
CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
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, Haali, Bllsida, HUHIIhk,
vUsstlrni,(woo4WlBUowaBU Hour
rrauim, rioorlsssx, I.atb,
Hlilntflca, uuaed NjuiIi, OUasMl MM
LlKhU, lllaatd Trauaoiaa,
Haali Wlwtau, Haah sPnlllt-a stud Cortln
Hllsisl raalcalMtra. UooHm,
II. KooSssk 's.SMtni, laNerlsssr
lr, 4'arus.t Fell, Wbi(,.
AM.rlea Wldw
Ism(, KsskH.i, aBilfrs-BcIs
I'lalf IIISMN, lMy, J-Brr. (IMI
Fir "'i"' Falossi cisiusiiejra.
t,e" KU KU.
A';'N'I'H nr Hnelc Kivel I'aper I'unipauy'H
.. ,''"'""'i Kelt and Snarls CVinuiit.
II. V. .Illhh'M I ill 1,1 ,,W.I ULtl.rill kl.BV.
and. ' " '
PARKER A BLAKE,
Dtiirnii
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Hull)', BssbIssf, naavllar,
WINDOW GIA8S.
WINDOW HI! A I) Eh,
And the celelirsted illiinilaatloic
AURORA OIL.
UU08.S' UIIILUINO, COR. llTII-BT. A COM
11KRCIAL-AV.,
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WOOD I WOOIill WOOD 1 1
The oudermjued will fiirnlsli
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa'nea.ll not ( braprr
lian any wood dealer in Cairo. Leave order,
n ihe slalea at the I'natoltice and ", ,
sard, cm Cnmierela aeuiie, Ufeeu Teuth and
iwelltli eireets. Cairo. Illiuoii. i,? iio
ine.ur and W.I cord the wood up f Sll'rJS
WILLIAM KHLERS,
Fashlonahla
SOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TW1CNTIBTII SJTRKKT,
lletWKtn Washlutou areunu
"'! I'oplsr ,tr.n
CAIKO, ILL,

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