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THE 0A1R0 DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1872.
JOHN II OtlKllt.r. Kdlterand Publisher.
May 0, 1872
iib month by '
Th?v ironth", ,";,'J g
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THK DOLLAR WBKKLY HULLETIS.
Jnbn II. Oberly A Co. haro reduce-d th "
crlpiion pric. of the Weekly Cairo Hiilletln to
0lWtar prMn.im.MiUlnB It tne cheapest r'
perpublifhed in Southern Illlneln.
of Now York ;
TOR VICK VUESIDKST,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
WireMunDBRKRs are numorous Intoly
nd tlio nx appear to ho the favorite
Some or this Lonho.v pai-rhs do not
llko tho nomination of Greeley for posi
tion! of tho United States.
As enthusiastic mketino, ratifying
tho action of tho Cincinnati convention
was hold In Springfield on Monday night.
Tho call wni signed by fifty-eight ro
publicans and ono hundred nnd twonty
THE LIBERAL PLATFORM
VVc, tho Liberal Republicans of th
United States In Convention assembled at
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following princi
pies as essential to Just government
BEAD IKM7CH IIVRIKD.
1. "Wo recognlr.o tlio equality of all
men before the law, and hold that it i:
trmdutv of the covernmcnt in Us dealing'
vtth thn noonlo to mete out EQUAL AND
vvaot .irrsTlCK TO ALL. OF
TV II A TE VE 1 1 NA T I O A L I T Y, R A C K,
COLOR OR TKUSUASIUN,
GIOl'S OR POLITICAL.
2. tVE TLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OP THESE
STATES MANCIPATION AND EN
Thk 'Memphis Avalanche' pay
"It is only seven years sinca tho stirren-
'dor, and to-day tho men who laid down
'their arms at Grccnboro, and Appomat
' tox, find Inspiration for enthusiasm at the
'mention of tho nnmo of Grceloy."
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFThENTH AMENDMENTS OF
3. "We demand the immedlato and ab
solute removal of all disabilities impoiod
on account of tho rcbolllon which was
finally subdued seven years ago, boliovlng
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
DEMOCRATIC TO THE CO BE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard tho
rights of all citizens more securely than
any centralized power. Tho pooplo and
the public welfare require the SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. "Wo demand for the
A radical fai'er savs that Horaco
Greeley said somn years ago that nothing
had ever boaton Grant and nothing ever
would. "When ho said that, of courso ho
did not know ho would bo tho oppos.
Ing candidate to Grant, in 1872.
Mn. Poland, n Vermont congressman
has proposed an amendment to tho const!
tution, disqualifying senators and repro'
ientatlvoj,tii eongrcss, nnd Judge of all
United State courts within two years af
tcr tlio closo of their Judicial terms, for
president or vico-prcsident. To havodono
the thing up right, Poland should havo
proposed to mako ovcrybody but Grant
Ineligible during his lifc-timo.
Hendricks ok Indiana and Pendleton
of Ohio, of whoso records ns democrats
and whose standing with tho the party it
is needless to Inform our reader, both cor
dially endorso tho liboral ticket, arid
regard its success ns tho certain and only
means of defeating Grant. Tho decisivo
opinion of thofo two leaders of democratic
sentimonl in thoir respective slatos may bo
regarded ns an almost positivo indication
of tho road which tho Indiana and Ohio
democracy will trnvol in tho campaign.
An Enqlish Climym ah, who rejoices
in tho cheorful and not Inappropriate sur
name of Furniss, has recently written and
published a, book for children. Thotillo Is
a striking ono and will at onco enlist the
Attention, not only of tho class for whom
It is intended, but of children of a larger
growth as well. The ;hook is called "A
Sight of Hell," and Is as original In Its
contonts m Its descriptions are graphic.
Tho veil which has heretofore eon
coaled tho aftor punlshmont of tho
wicked is lifted by iho Rev. Furn!, and
boys and girls who aro not "good'' know
just what is in stnro for them after death.
For cxamplo, an elghtcen-yenr old girl
died and wont to Hell,at.d her situation in
that "bourno" Is thus described by Mr.
Come into this room. Butseo In tho
midst of it there is n girl, perhaps about
eighteen years old. Her dress is made of
fire I On nor head n bonnet of fire. It
burns into the skin ; it scorchos thn bones
of her skull and makes It smoko. The red
hot fiery heat goes Into tho brain and
melts It. If sho wero on earth sho would
bo burned to n cinder in a moment. Hut
she is In hell, whero fire burns everything
but burns nothing away. Theto sho
will Hand forovor, burning nnd scorched.
The situation of this girl U unpleasant in
tho extromo, wo must say, and well-calcu
lated to serve as a warning to young girls
RADICAL BLAHDBR8 REPUTED IN A KTIRINO
8FKECI1 BY QRATZ DROWN.
Gratr. Brown was serenaded In Jeffer
son city on Tuesday night. Ho responded
by n speech, during tho courso of whloh ho
I see that already tho press of tho oppo
sltion aro seizing upon somo of the fuel
lonts of tho lato convention, dlstortine
their significance and seeking to sow the
seed of Jealousy and mistrust between
those who have been co-workers thus Tar
In tho causo of liberalism. Tho attempt
is niado to placo the most distinguished
and brilliant champion of our causo. Sen
ntor Schurz, in an attitude of humiliation
and defense, nnd to imply that as between
him and mvself there lias been sonic bad
faith or recrimination. I know this is
delicate ground to tread over J and yet I
fool it duo to him that justice should bo
done, and by mj ono can that bo with raoro
knowledgo than myself. I have thereforo
to stato you all, who aro our mutual
friends, that such roports aro utterly with
out foundation. As to policies and plat
form there has Veen per
fect accord. And holding the con
spicuous position which his go
nlus nnd energy assigned him, earnest first
of all for tho success of the convention, ho
did not feel at liberty to mako himself iho
advocate of any candidato, and least of nil
one from his own Slate. 1 appreciated
and concurred in tho elevation of senti
ment which dictated this course, and havo
to say that in all his betring, so far as I
know. It was manly and sincere What.ho
contributed to the inauguration of that
mninlrti'nnt ufnml)lni!0 of the Indenon
tv t I..- .1.-... rinnl thnnt-ht ot tne no nuu lean pnriv. inn
.,.., bnnit'i. Am! if n tho honor of
Ming through all tiioir wicked Domes ai lc, aI, BChlovcniont thero can be defeat,
tho picture, which tho painter has, unln- thon I know not tho meaning of tho term.
' , , , ' , , And to those of tho opposition who may
tentlonally, porhap, made nioro dreadful bo comfortlng thoir hearts with tlio
to tho girls of this generation by tho stress thought that ho entertains any such feel-
. ,, . ,,,,, ' , ,, Ing himsolf, to tho.'o who know so well that
which ho has laid on tho fact that tho girl wien ho OIltors u,,on t10 arena of popular
iinncul one blast or nis sinuio Horn is worm
W I ilinmniw mnn tn (linftn u'lin fnitr Inn m-
i. .1 i . l... i. . '" '"""i v .
uuuiuuu nui uui una utniutH uuu mis fcct of n, u0qUent pleading,! am giaa
dress forever. to bo ahio to give his afsurance that from
rri. t. t- . , . , now to NoveniDir no win uo lounu in uie
Tho Rev. Mr. Furniss does not leave front of tho fl,,lt Unhi)ldinK the nation
wicked boys in ignornnco of what is to bo and the choice ot tlio convention
their fato in Hell. They are baked in an
ovon. Tho operation as performed on ono
who, tinllko George Washington, could
and did toll n lie, is thus described by tho
Rov. Mr. Furniss i
FRANCE AND GERMANY.
STATE OK TEELINO 11ETWEEN THE TWO
Thero are rumors of another war, or a
renewal of tho late ono, between Franco
Washington rumors havo it thut the
ubjectof Grant' withdrawal as n candi
dato beforo tho Philadelphia convention
s being seriously discussod in radical cir-
clcn r.t tho capital, lioutwell is spoken of
a possiblo candidate. Grant, it
is said, backed by Wilson, Chandler, Ed
munds nnd others, favors a "masterly In
activity" for tho prosont,ln tho hope that
tho democrats will nominato u Untight
ticket, tho llborals return to tlio radical
party, and tho nomlneo of tho Philudel-
t.JI..!.l....1 t,n L.a.i 111. .!.. ..Mitlctnitt
... ... , ., ..p,. phia convention, himself, of course, bo re-
with nnWlc nrdnr. for tlin ttnto Eelt-l!0V- ' ' '
.,nn..ni n,i f,ir thH tmiinn return to turned to tho whito house
tho methods of peace and tho constitui
tional limitations of power. . The Detroit Union, democratic, puts
"THt'i; ak I'lir.Ai'iUMi." up tho name ol Grceloy nnd Brown as its
C. Tho civil service of tho government standard bearers in the coming
has become a mero lntrument of partisan I canvass, and wiys: "It was
tyranny and personal ambition, una an ft republican nomination, purclv
breeds a demoralization dangerous to the '"" PP P"". anu ve ,ur lBU 8UC
perpetuity of republican government. ' cess of tlio principles involved, without
T1IEKEFOKE A WIME DEMAND. 'bargain nndsnlc, we shall prove ourselves
0. Wo thorofore regard n THOROUGH , worthy the confidence of tho pooplo in
REFORM OF THE CIVIL ShR ICh .tlmetocomo. u u ft choice between Hor
as ono ol tho most pressing necessities ol
ihn hmir! ilinL linnestv. canacttv and fidel-
Ity constitute tho only valid claims to pub- ' democratic platfor.i , nnd Gen. Grant
He employment: that tho offices of tho I ' roeking with corruption and tho ombodi
government cease to bo a matter of nrbl- I mcnt of all that is hateful to democrats
irary lavorill.m ana paironago, nna ximi , nnJ Mmc t0 constitutional govern-
puu:ic station tiecotno again uie posv 01
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT MO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
TAStlfF QUESTION SHOVED ARIDE.
7. We demand a system of federal tax
alion which shall not unnecessarily inter
fere with the industry of tho people, and
which shall provide tho means necessary
to pay the expenses of tho government,
liabilities at 1110,38(3, which can in few
years by nnnunl reduction bo entirely
paid. Considerable paco Is dovotcd to
tho accounts of tlio nowspapor publlciitlohs
of tho concern, all of which aro flourish
ing. The repositories nt Hoston, Pitts
burg and Uunalo nro doing well nnd aro
In good hnnds, and tlio-concern was never
In ns good condition for transacting busi
ness as nt present.
IsSTRathor sad story of James
O'Neal, who has served moro than eight
years In tho Rhode Island Stato prison for
a crlmo which It Is now proved that
he was ontiroly innocent of. Ho was lib
erated on Friday. Tho poor fellow passed
tlio outer door of tho prison for tho fitft
limo sinco his sontonco, liko ono in a
dream, and as ho reached the street, drow
n long, deep breath, with the heart felt re
mark, "How swset tho air smells?"
Tho long comflnomont has worn upon his
mind, nnd reduced him almost to child
ishness, but his frltnds hope ho may yet
recover tho usoof his faculties.
Our Homo Advertisers.
W. II. MORRIS,
- II. II. OANUKE,
Mo, I'uli, anil U. H. Com.
On KlRhlh Street, between CoimneKlM Mul Wh
IliKtOU Aenuci, ll dill)' rei-rlving
NKW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST CPRINO AND BUMMER HTTLE.
Hc."lile a full l.no of
SOiT2SrETS Sc HATS
(Triinmed ami uulriinliieil,
rilENCd FLOWEItS. ItllinoX-, TltlMMlNliS
of all kind, I.ftceo, tc, etc.
Mr. Meflee hi alio a Isrfl nxorliiuiit of
Kniicy Article, elicit "
NECK TIES. COLLAR'S. I'NDKRKI.EKVl,
KUFrV, fASIIUJ, FANS,,
An I all other articles littially Inuail In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mr. MrOuo U vrell-known to Uie Ijidle' o.
Cairo nnd Ticinlt), nnd tr Uriel mention to bui
'e hoiK-i In reiin nnd ndd to the .MroKe
hlch Iwen io literllT lieloel niion li"r
111 tho 4-.Kl.tI
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
Avi ff,M,!iOi t'7
NORTH AMERICA, I'.t.,
lIARTKOltt, CONN ,
AfPt. tl,'A;iW 72
A.rl !l,7.-l,ll! M
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Aiel) Sl.ra.CJ, 17
I'tJTNAM, It AHTFOltl),
Akm( ;W,0S7 I")
AMPt lii:.,CT3 M
AMfM iI.V-7S 1
AMERICAN Or.XTR.M., MO.,
A.it. !', 0 10
CONNKCTZCUr ML'TL'AL. I.II'E,
At-ftt ,vi1,i )
'mwr.uiU'i', iiartioru. mki: and
rail vay l'AssENf.ER.s a sliiancb
A"tt t;,.ii..i uo
Rut liston. thero Is n sound just like that and Germany. These are most nrohablv
of tlio kettle boiling. Hcnr what it is. , , . ., . . . . .
Tho blood Is boilinc in tho scalded vein only rumors, hut they servo to show the
of that body. Tho brain is boiling and state of feeling between tho two countries.
He beats His head agulnst the root of the unicago limes' corresponuoni cjnciuues
oven. Uo stumps Ins feet against tho floor I M fol Iow :
UI IUU UYUIl. I
What mortal bov, after reading this , ln, 0i?. clti" ,aPa l0WI" wher,0 e
' stuold nulicv of Bismarck comcc Is tho
will over tell n lio ngain? Children who quartering of Prussinn soldierv until the
aro bound for Hell for auv rea-on, Mr I lt hroutcr of indemnity is paid, it iscu-
Furniss enlightens as to their future stato by tho citizen. The Geriimn (illlceri mid
soldiers could not lie more completely iso
lated from tho amenities of social lil'o and
Little child, if ynu i?o to hell there will civilization if they were in tlio center uf
bo u devil at your side to strlko you. He Saliarra.
will go on ftrlking you every minute for- There is nothing in tlio shape of open ft.-
ever nnd ever without stopping. Tho dignity o ire red, hut in tho thousands of
first stroke will mako your body as bad lilt lo and great episodes of everyday life,
as tho body of Job, covered from head to the cool resident forces tho obnoxious in-
foot with sores and ulcers. Tho second irtidor to know how olfeiisivo is his pres-
stroke will mako your body twico hi bad once. If u Prussian officer lounges into a
as tho body of .lob. Tho third stroko will cafe, nil present arise und quietly with-
make your body tnreo times as oad as the draw. 1110 ladies, wuun upon tne streot, it
body of Job. Tho fourth stroko will they obsorvo a Gorman soldier approaching.
maKoyouruody tour times ns bad ns the "accidentally" saunter over to tne oppo
body of Job. How, then, will your body site walk. No salutation over pusses uo-
do uuer mo aovu tius been striking u iween mo iroops nuu tuo citizens, unu
every moment for a hundred millions of I when ono of tho former is forced to visit
years without stopping I I a tnop to muKo a purcnase, mo proprietor
The roverond author of tlilo unlquo vol- tnvuriauiy sups inw a nacK apartment,
I nnd stiridt nn loweit ineniul to iln
limn lina Cifrrmrcn ilrnwn .n n rntlier inn I .v. ..ll....
llvelr imaMnailon for 1,1. let, f tho I" Alsace and Lorraine this state of af- 0n nn'V'ft,1r. !'' 'W 13VJ'
i r t i a n
communications between tlio soldiers and
but from the evident enjovment with t9ill"n1ls. u "f tl' brlul'csl kind computl-
1 Villi wltli liiiatriAa r.tmii tn.nw.t.ta ' lin M..n
which ho dwolls on the horriblo details, 0f these provinces being other than ultra
suggested certainly by n cruel nnd heart- 'cncu is ausuru. rru.siu nns. lo bo sure,
less disposition, tho reader is forced to tho ten persons in 'any of their largest cities
conclusion, thnt although the fiery Furniss Jj1 uVg tho loiut Wca of rc"mit)i,lb' ttn"
does not 11 know how It is himself," he I Bftw at Strasbourg ladies closo tho
richly doservoB to. I blinds of their windows at tho approach
lift n ii.i ,j Atuaa.ni, iivu,miniii nuu u LI"
nrvnri men. utiinrlinf fit th thr.li,i1il if
"Who Knows but that that famous old thoir shons. withdmw and shut tlm lnnr
MRS. M. SWANDER,
hn opened out an extenfie stock of
Alt ol which are entirely nw nnd of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, BONNETS ltlliBONS,
And nn elegant MKortmrnt of
J.ACK-l, rjtt.NOK-!, KID OLOVES, 1IOSIKKY
nnd nil nrtlrlei nully kept In n flrt-cU mil
Mr. Nwnmltr inrltei the puMie toci.ll nnd In
epevt hr iiih.'U, wlneh she will Uku plexure In
ahowlni; to old nn MCll ns new ril-torr rr.
SAI'FOKD, MUltUIS- CAN I) EE,
71 fthlo Lerr,
City NMionnl llnntc. CAIRO, U.I..
FIRE AND MARINE
Our Home Advertisers.
P. 5" Scinih.
SPRINGFIELD A N D I L L I N O I S
.SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
trains will run os follows:
Tntix U41V0 poi'TiiriKT.
I.enve Vlrslnln fi.u r.. m
Spolngfield Si '.ii "
,' Tn)lorvtll lo k "
Arriveat i'hn Il.t'i '
iai noin NomiirT.
Leave I'ana 4.ii n. m
" Talorill S 40 "
Arrive m riim ntleld.(j,lA
TitftSi'KtNoviui.p, (Mass.) 'Rkpuhm
can,1 which was n littlo dlsarfpolnted at
tho result of tho Cincinnati convention,
says: "Tho administration should not de
' ccivo itself on this point. Greeley's pop
ularity is no myth. Ho is as strong with
1 the ex-slavo-holderii jand the Irish labor
economically administered tho pensions, crs as with the nntivo born farmers, who
tho interest on tho public debt and a mod- have never voted Democratic tickets in
crate annual reduction of the principal
thereof, and recognize that there aro In
our midst honest but irreconcilable dif
ferences f opinion with regard to tho re
spective systems of protection nnd free
trade. WE REMIT THE DISCUS
SION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICTS, AND THE DECISION OF
CONGRESS THEREON, WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTERFER
ENCE AND DICTATION.
8. The public ci edit must be sacredly
maintained, and wo DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATION in every form anil gui(0.
IHU Or THK TKCi: Mr.TAI,.
0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
like by tho highest considerations of com
werclal morality and honcit government.
A WORD t OB TUB NULUIEH IIOYN
10. Wo remember with gratitude th
sacrifices of tho soldiers and sailors of tho
republic, and no act of ours shall cvor
detract from their Justly earned fame, o
the full rewards of their patriotism.
A VAUNT, LAND KOBRF.RN I
11. We are opposed to all further giants
of land to railroads or other corporations
THE PUOLIC DOMAIN SHOULD HE
HELD SACKED TO ACTUAL SET
1 IMERAli rOBEIUJI POLICY.
12. Wo hold that it Is tho duty of the
government In its intercourse with foreign
nations to cultivate friendships of peace
by treating with all on fair and equal
terms, regarding it aliko dishonorable
either to deaiand what is not right or sub
mit to what Is wrong,
IS. For the promotion and luccess of
these vital principles, and tho support of
the candidates nominated by this conven
tion, we invite and cordially welcome the
eo-operatlon of alt patriotic citizens, with
out regard to previous political affiliation.
' their lives. He may be beaten, hut thoso
' who fancy tlio Job nn cosy ono, will ono
'of these days seo cause to alter their
' opinion. If tho Philadelphia people con
'elude lo undertake this job, it behooves
them to build a stouter platform than
thoy nro now thinking of, and to find a
stronger man than Grant to put on it
when it is built.''
white coat, (as renowned as tho " Old whenever tho flat undress nnd clumsy uni-
v . , form of an "iron cros appeared in
wnttoy," war-norto ot "uia acn") that sight.
shocking bad hat, those boots with tho ,A"a ftWoy ul' ?,car V'0 !?'n'? , of Ul
" ' glorious cathedrula spire, In this same
pants stuck Into tho northwest corner of Strasbourg, I noticed a shred of bunt-
.-.I i iu ,,i, ..... r ,, tnir ntuxud lo u email uug-tau. Torn
ono nnd in tho southeast corner of the b tho slorm, of hfmvm lind tho m,,.
other, mat ncciclio wincn looks as It ll una sties ol a bombaraiug army, It is all
mat remains ot a rrehcli liuir. A wild
Arnvv at VliKimn
..AIM ii. in
... 3:') "
... 5 L'O '
... S.IT '
....!. is "
H O U T II E K N U I V I I O N .
gone through a "stub-und-twist" operation
enthusiastic sailor, climbing tho steeple,
who knows but that these mny bo so lashed his beloved tri-color in its
Illustrated and manipulated as to take hold P" P"' 1 0,1 u?1 1,10 wo.n,1
1 its long and terrible siege. There it has
Thk Rauicai.s nro busy, sinco the Cin
cinnati Convention, nt the work of en
deavoring to make tho pooplo believe
that Horace Greoley is n fearfully corrupt
man. Ono Journnl ntfects to believe that
when'.Greeloy balled JclT. Davis, ho was
actuated by tho most selQsh and far-sooing
motives. It says, ' the bailing of Jefl".
Davis by Mr. Greeley was a procursor of
a political union between those men
which few at tho time- dreamed of." An
other says " ho la able, but false as tho dev
il." So mo call him n "slanderer" nnd
some a " trickster." Grcoloy's opposition
to Grant seoms to havo brought out his
bad quallllo Htnar.ingly. Ho might havo
worked with tho radical party forever,
and tho country would never havo been
any wiser as to the dark traits In his char
actor which the Radicals aro now so zeal
ously ezpoing. Hut tho pains which
Grant's friends nro taking to disparage
Grceloy aro thrown away. Democrats
and liberal Republicans are duly ac
quainted with his record in tlio past. The
first know why they oppoied -him then and
why thoy are supporting him now, and
with their eyes open, will aid in triumph
antly electing bim to tbe presidency.
of tho popular mind and form tho ground
work for a towering political structure?
Resldo these thero are many other
characteristics about Mr. Grcely which
will make him popular in tho
canvas;, if properly used. Rut thut
old whito coat is pre-eminently tbe ban
ner, which, if raised aloft, will lead tho
liberal ropubllcan hosts to victory, with
tho "Sago of Chnppaqun" in the van.
Now is tho limo to begin to
work up popular enthusiasm. Lot tlio lib
erals get up their "old whito coat club'
thoir "shocking bad hat clubs," thoir "old
boots clubs," and honest old Horaco will
emerge from his whito coat to go into tho
Whito House, Just ns General Harrison
emerged from his log cabin to go into the
same much coveted placo, but, wo trust
with n longer lcne than that vouchsafed
tho "Iloro ef Tippecanoe." AYse I'orA
HaSf'Evory man of sonso and roflno-
Aiont admires a woman ns u woman, and
when sho stops out of this character, a
thousand things that in thoir appropriate
sphere would be itdrnlred, boenmo disgust
ing und ollcnslvo. Tlio nppropriato char
acter of I. woman demands delicacy of Hp
peurance and manner, rellnoment of sen
timent, gotitluncifs of speech, modestv In
feeling and action, a shrinking from no
torioty and public gar.o aversion to all that
is coarse and rudo, und nn Instlnctlvo ab
horrenco of all that tends to Indelicacy
und impurity, cither tn principle or ac
tion. Thosoaro tho traiu which aro al
ways admired and ofton bought for in a
Go to Wm. Ehlor'a, on Twentieth
street, for your flno custom mado boots
and ihoei. You can't do hotter, Try
remained over since, and thouuh the vie
torious Germans havo twico sent men up
to the tower, they huve been unable to
reach tho perilous snot, nnd the French
flag to-day actually bouts over tho battered
old town of Strasbourg.
When tho citizens pass by tho place,
each man lifts his hat in veneration to his
loftt country's emblem ; each woman drops
a humble courtesy. I have seen them do
this when thoy could not know that thoy
were being observed, and urn certain that
it was done in token of genuine respect and
not for an empty show uf vindictive prido.
All over Alsiico nnd Lorraine tho con
querors aro kept in nn uneasy ferment en
deavoring to suppress deliverance leaguos,
The title's of these organizations imply
their nature, and show how unreliable
and useless an nnimul is tho elephant
which Germany has purchased at so heavy
THK METHODISTMOOK. CONCERN.
Tho quadrennial report of tho ngents of
tho Mciuouisi hook uoncorn snows una it
owns $717,001 in tho book concern build
ing and linings, or threo-fuurths of the
vuluo ; tlio other fourth belonging to tlio
Missionary Socio y, making tho total cost
$1)50,300. A portion of tho building Is
routed for S7'.!,700 annually, which pays
interest at 7 por cent, upon tho whole cost
of tho property and leaves a balance of
5c, lift towards paying taxes nuu insur
Ronds of tho concern to the amount of
half a million towards tho cost ot tho
property, payublo forthreo years and duo
In fl Recti years from Juno 1st. 1809, woro
taken at par and accrued interest without
brokerage or iidvertUinir. Tho sales of
books durlnir tho last four years amountod
to $2,420,840. nnd tho profit to $302,094,
of which iu.),4iJ una been puict unuor
tlcnerul Conforenco appropriations, and
the balance, $250,011, added to tlio capital.
which on November ilOlh last amounted
to $1,065,129. The totul assets, Including
real estatot woro $1,850,311, and tho liabili
ties $71)5,130. Tlioro was ut tho same
time cash amounting toS76,160 on hand,
and there was duo from tho missionary
society SC8.357, and from other parties
$211,220, which total, 9381.740, may be
applied to liquidating the Indebtedness of
tho concern without interfering material
ly with Its regular business, leaving tho
7BAlk!i 1,'HVO lOl'TIIMIT,
Leave. Kdi;wnod 5.30 n. tn. 10.10 p, rn.
" Pljrn bit ' -11.40 "
Arrive at Shaw neel'n 'J.3J " 5 15 "
IB4ISS (10 1 HI DCl'IlirtST.
l.earo Shawneciown....0.45 a, m. .4'20n. rn,
" I'lur a M " .'. 7 j 1 i.
Arriro ut i:.ikuuii i.'M d.'.u
Tlio 6:30 . in. train from Kilrarurih mnn nnlv
Monday", Wedne-dByii nnd l'rnni)( nnd th 6.15
n. in. nuiu irum ennHneetotin on I Uiml.iyi.,
Tlilirndavf nnd nmrdV9.
Connect, nt Ashiuud Mith Jleksonville division
urtlnijiRu and Alton itailroad, Mr Jitckitouvillv,
I'et iKiiuri;, Minun City, and hII nointu (.
At Mriliutltld. with Chief an ki il Alien, nnd
Ti.liiln, UkIihhIi and Wfaiu n K.nlruad, lor
iimoininjjion.i.iiHiaK'J hiiii nil .oint.i nulin.iurin
uevt NUd west.
At I', uk. with Ihe Indiana and fat. Lculs. anil
lllint Urnlml railpond, lor all jolnttJ5l,.uutn
At KdKvroitli with Chlcazoctivlilou lllir.om Cva
t Klorn with Ohio nnd llMllpnl rsllrond.
At Eiunnetowfl with (Irarnhsnln for Cincinnati
I'aducith, Cairo nnd nt. I. Dili.
imiM.Mi sun Jl, ocn'l, sup't
Joiid Focr.irr. Ocn'l 'rVt nd Ticket Ati't.
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL, LITE,
ANGH6UD fiuk and mauine
Of SU Louis.
Solicit Ml lUd o(mk.
oclSTt. Afnt,Clro, llllnoi..
M.vnAIt, .V. YM
OKK.MANIA, X. V.,
ASH 7;c MS W
ItKrUllLIC, N. V,
Avcln ..71 W
Comprlnlnis the Underwriter' Afcfni-)'.
VONKEliS, N. V.,
Aft 176 401 ',1
ALBANY Cll V
ILLINOIS OK N HAL KAlLltOAD
100 Mlleit the Htiurlrot Itoulc
KlKbty Ml lex llutMlinrlrHt It onto
TO ST. LOUIS.
NO CHANGE OF OARS
FROE CA1KG TO
ST. LOUIS Oil CHICAGO.
OFLY ONP CHANGE OF CA1W
FItOM OA 1 110 TO
Cincinnati. Indlannnolla. Toludo.
Solrnlt, Cleveland, MKKru Fall,
linnAin, riiminin;, i.niilKion
llHlllinore, ; l'h ila.Jel (ihin, .Nch Vorl;,
lloslon and all mlnU en.t.
Mllwmikle, Janvsville, Madlnnn.
l.aCrome, h't. I'aul aul all point north
i his Is olio tho only direct rnuloto
Decatur, IlloomlDKton, NprinKld,
I'.nrla, Qulner, Kokul:,
lliirlniKhui, KocU ItUnu, m Hullc
Memliita, Iiiion, Frefport,
(liilenii, DnbnqUK, Idoiu Jlly,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Elocant Drawing Room Slo'oping Cars
1111 !IUV XIIIIII0.
llnvtzno Checked io all Important poluls.
Tcr tier. Ha nnd liifarmatmn. anrlr to I. 0. It.lt
depot t uiroi on bo.ird tne tnumt tnmr he
Imami Columbus nnd Cairo, and at tne prmclful
ranrnk iieuei onci inrougiiuui nm ouiu.
W. I'.JOHNHI.N. Ofn'lrK AK't, Chic0.
A, Mikiiiu. Gen'l Hup't. Chicago,
J. JOHNSON, AK't, Cairo.
lunic.v's i'uni, v.,
Art.. C7S.S1X) W
SKCUKITV, N. Y. HAItl.VE,
Aneln - MUdMI 00
Htorfn, DwelllnK'. Furniture, Hulls and Cur.
K''K, insured ix rHim hit MvorHiilum omid, pT
manent -i-ciiritv will wrrj,r.f.
1 rHnetfully nk of ihn cltlcn of Cairo, a
Bimirui invir pnirvniigp.
t . A. S11MSSSN.
DOOItN, NANI1, irroi
Th llllnnl (Vntral llnl Itrnid Cornpinjr m
oflrfnr ! thfollo.Tlnd-rll. Ion in h ri
Addition to the Cut ot Cairo, liti
Lot 27 block 20. , Ixit 21 block .'.
" 11 " W, ' 27 " it,
' f. " " M " tj,
' C ' U, " 31 " S.',
" .1 " " W " 2.
orl"rm,et. apply 'o JAMKtt J01l.ON,
NKW YORK STUKR,
W1IOLHSALK AND RETAIL.
LAIHir.T VAItlKTV STOCK IN THE CITV-
GOODS .SOLD VKUY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlnrlwnlh ktreel nil Colli
o. o, pat: kp.
W. W. THO UN TON'S,
HUILDERS' SUPPLY DEVOTJ
134 TKNTII STKKKT,
Doom, Miwta, Blind, Moulrllnits,
Enve Unttcra, (woodl Window nnd lloor
FrsuiM, rioorlnir, I.atti,
NnlnKlea, Clluied NmiiIi, ainal Nlde
Mgnta, Ulnaed Traaioms,
Hasb Welxhla, Naati l'nllles nnd Oorda
Blind Fnalcnlnva, Hoollnv
Fall, KooHn C'cnient, PlaaterInK
1'aper, Carpet Felt, White
Lend, Llnaed Oil, Auierlrnu Window
Olnaa, KnclUh andl'rencn
Plate Ulasn, Vutty, Olnaler'a 1'olnl
Mwer Plpca Patent Cblnssseya.
. Ktc, se.
AGENTS for IlocU Rlvei Psptr Coropsoy'a
kliHUthiDit Felt d Quarts Cement.
11. W. Joha's Improvo4 ftooSag alwsys a
(riuctcaiuir lo p. Ksiip.)
WHOLESALE k RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
102 Comineiclol Avenue,
PARKER fc BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putty, Benalne, Uiuollne,
And tho celchratnl illtimlnstlna
IlKOSS' UUILDINO, COIl. llTII-ST. k COM
WOOD1 WOOD 1 ! WOOD 1 1
Tho underiKiini Hl furnUh
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II not Cheaper
lian any wood denier In Cairo. Leare nrderi
n 1I10 claiej hi the Postorlioe an ' at rtota tout
tard, on ComniBrclal avonue, between Tenth and
twelfth Mreetn, Cairo, 'lllmoli. ro k0oj
liieaxurit nnd wil oord the wood up If dumreTI.
ukiimi dknn'iu Haley.
SOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Between Washington aveaut sail Poplar stree