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THE CAIRO DAltY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1872.
JOHN It 01IKKLT. Editor-"' ruWUtier.
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FOR V1CK r-RK9IHENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
THE LIBERAL PLATFORM
We. tho Liberal UeiMililieans of Ui
United Biatcs In Convention assombled nt
Cincinnati, proclaim the following prlncl
pica as essential to just government:
BEAD IftftUEft IIVRIKO.
1. "Wo rccognizo tho equality of nil
men beforo tho law, and hold that It Is
tbodutv of tlio government in its dealings
with the people to metoout iQUAL AND
K.YACT JUSriCJC TO ALL, OF
WHATEVKISXATIONALITV, It ACE,
COLOlt OK PERSUASION, RKLI
OIOUS OK POLITICAL.
2. WE PLEDGE OUKSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AN I) EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
(JUESTIONS SETTLED I1Y THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENTS OF
.'1. Wo demand the immcdiato and ab
solute removal of all disabilities imposed
on account of tlio rebellion which was
Unally subdued loven years ago, believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
DEMOCRATIC TO THE CORE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard tho
rights of nil citizens moro securely than
any centralized power. The pcoplo and
the public welfaro rcquiro tho SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY nnd
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE II A
HEAS CORPUS. Wo domand for the
individual tho largest liberty consistent
with public order, for the state self-government,
and for the nation a return to
tho methods of pnaco and tho constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TRUE AM PKEACI1IXU."
C. Tho civil service of tho government
has become a mcro instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and nn
object of sclQsh greed. It is a scandal
and reproach upon free Institutions, nnd
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tlio
perpetuity of republican government.
THEREFORE A WISE DEMAND.
C. Wo theroforo regard a THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
u one of tho most pressing necessities of
the hour; that honesty, capacity and fidel
ity constitute tho only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that tho offices of tho
government ccaso to bo a matter of arbi
trary favoritism and patronage, and that
public station become again tho post of
honor. TO, THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAKIPI'Ql'KHTION SHOVED ASIDE.
J. We demand a system of federnl tax
ation which shall not unnecessarily inter
fere with the industry or the pcoplo, and
which shall provldo tho means necessary
to pay the expenses of tho government,
economically administered tlio pensions,
tho Interest on tho public debt and a mod
crate annual reduction of the principal
thereof, and recognlxo that there aru In
our midst honest but Irreconcilable dif
ferences of opinion with regard to tlio re-
apecuvo systems ot protection and free
iraao. wk itEMIT THE DISCUS
SION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICTS, AND THE DECISION OF
CONGRESS THEREON, WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE I NT Kit FEU
ENCE AND DICTATION.
NO HKf CIIIATIOX.
8. Tbo public i iedlt must bo sacredly
maintained, anu wo UKNOUNUE HE
PUDIATION in every form and guise,
BIRO Or TIIK TRUE SI ETA I..
0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS Is demanded
like by the highest considerations of com
mercial morality and honest government.
A WORD FOR TMK MOLDIER IIOYN
10. Wo remember with gratitude the
sacrifices of tho soldiers and sailors of th
republic, and nd act of ours shall over
detract from their justly earned fame, or
the full rewards of their patriotism.
A VAUNT, LAND ROBHEHM I
11. We are opposed to all further grants
of land to railroads or other corporations.
TU8. PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD RE
HELD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET
TLERS, LIBERAL rORKIUN lOLICV.
U. We bold (hat It I. tho ,imy of tl)0
government in its Intercourse whh foreiini
nations to cultivate friendships of .,..ura
by Jratvtlng with all on fair and
terms, regrrdloj; it alike dlshonorililo
either to demand what is not right or sub
wit to what Is 'wrong.
EVERYBODY INl lTfli .
.u1' Fi!r.t"8. Pro-notion and success of
:r --" uiuniiua uy nut convert
, . .-.,... vvivhhy wuicumo ino
f-operatlon of all patriotic citizens, with
at regr.nl to previous political affiliation.
Thk Loulsvlllo 'Courler-Journal,' In a
well-considered editorial, advises Horace J
Grcclev to withdraw from tho editorship
f tho 'Tribune.'
It HAH transi'IREH that tho Wlckon-
burg stngo matsncro in Arizona last No
vcmbor In which P. W. Lorlng, tho young
author, and ftvo others wcro murdered,
was committed by Mexican roughs nnd
not by Apacho Indians, ns has been gen
Greeley's nomination created a great
deal of merriment for tho president and
his friends nt tho white house. Grant's
smiles, it Is said, woro frequent. Grant Is
wlso to do his laughing now. The Joke
will bo all on tho other side shortly, nnd
then "Let thoso laugh who win."
Julian Davis Has Withihiawn as
tho presidential candidate of tho Labor
Reformers, and the men who nominated
and supported him as tlio candldato of.lho
worUlng-mon, are now freo to support
Grccloy, a real working-man, a man who
labored at tho printers' caso for years,
a man of tho ,'pooplo, whoso warmest and
slnccrost sympathies aro with and for tho
Thk Anna Advertiser, In Its own
peculiar way says " almoU every 0110
of tho Cincinnati movement lias
recently sought ofllco nt tho hands
been recently discharged lrom office,
tho Republican party." "What
largo number of tho Republican
party must have hold ofllco or wanted to.
It is a pity that thoio who remain cannot
bo tested In tlio same way. If wbnt tho
Advortisor ays is true, Grant would not
have a corporal's guard of supporters left
in that event.
"Our Irish folio w-citizons " says tho
Now Orleans 'Times' "takes tho front
of tho Grccloy column. Tho green flag
waves ovcrywhero over whito hats.
1 Irishmen remember how old Horace has
1 kindled the wrath of Puritanism when
' over the occasion was presented, by his
' earnest sympathy for ovoryfcstrugglo of
' tho Irish for independence, nnd how
' firmly and heroically ho hag. stood by tho
'religious .rights nnd freedom of that gal
' lant and earnest people."
Tiik National Democratic Commit
tee mot in Now York on Wednesday
and appointed tho Ninth day of July and
tho city of Baltimore) as tho timo nnd place
for the holding of tho National Democratic
Convention. This action of tho commit
tee will very generally surprisoand disap
point tlio democracy of tho country. It
has been generally bellovcd for somo timo
past that the convention would bo held in
St. Louis, but tho high sachoms of tho
party havo decided otherwise. It now re
mains for tho democracy to
work for tho country between this
nnd tho Ninth of July. Let
them rompmbor that every voto against
Grccloy is a voto for Grunt that a third
candidato in tlio field can havo but ono re
sult, that of continuing in power tho pres
ent corrupt administration, and instead of
waiting to be guided by tho action of tho
convention, the democratic press and peo
ple should bend every energy to shapo its
courpo in tho direction which will win
and this lies in the ratification of tliouoin
ination of Groolcy and lirown.
We rkmauk in many of our demo
cratic exchanges a strong disposition to
support Greeley and Brown, coupled with
an evident fear that a declaration of
their sentiments iu advance of tho
meeting ot tho national dem
ocratic convention would bo
premature. Wo think theso newspapers
a little too cautious. Tho democrats of
the country should speak through tho nn
tioual democratic convention and not de
pend ur.on that body to speak for
them. In order that tho national conven
tion may bu a fulr exponent of tho sontl-
menu of n majority of the
party, It Is necessary that
the democratic press and people should
glvo the fullest and freest expression
to their real opinions. Such ao
tion on tho part of tho democracy now
is demanded by tho exigomy of tlio times.
We believe that tho nomination of Groo
lcy ar.d lirown is becoming moro nnd
more acceptable to tho democracy. In
quarters where it was at first received with
an odd mlxturoof surprise und disappoint
ment, wo notice a growing feeling nf con
tent and satisfaction with It, and this in
many instances crops out apparently
against what 101110 democratic Journals
conceive to bo their wisest courso silence
in regard to lhoirconvlctionsns to tho lib
eral ticket. Although tho press doos not
create public sentiment, Its influence in
that direction is potent, and democratic
journals which boliove that the Interests
of the country would bosafe in tbo hinds
or lloruco'.Ureoloy, should not hcsltato to
declare themselves. Sincerity and hon
esty on tho part of tho democruoy at this
tlmo-a timo pregnant of good or ill to
tbojeountry may be and we believe wllj
be, its salvation.
Washington, D. C, Mar 7, 1872.
THK "WHAT IS IT" NOMINATION.
The nomination of lloraco Greeley has
been moro than a surprise, It ha upset all
tho political calculations. It was agreed
on nil hands, wbon tho nows first reached
hero, that thoso who had tnado tho nomin
ation had cast overboard all thought of a
coalition with the democracy; but such is
not the case, for thoy aro at work liko
beavers trying to impress upon tho demo
cratic senators and mombors tho necessity
of their party supporting Mr. Grooloynnd
thoy triumphantly point to tho numbor of
democratic journals who advocate tho on
dorscmont of the liboral republican nom
ination. A rumot1 was also going tho
rounds that Hon. Geo. H. Pondleton and
Ex-Senator Hendricks woro favorable to
Grcoley's endorsement by tho democratic
convention. From conversations with tho
frlonds of tho latter gontloman I am vory
much inclinod to doubt tho truth of tho
story. Although tho radicals affect to
laugh at Greeley's nomination, tho tono of
tho members of congress and ofllco holders
and their press is ono of groat doubt and
perplexity. Tho gonoral fooling among
tho domoeratlc members and senators is
for n democratic nomination, yet consider
able rcscrvo is manifested as though thoy
wcro not suro what might happen. What
ever may bo tho feeling In other sections
of tho country thoro is a sort of shakyncss
in political sentiment horo which is very
hard to detonr.lnc: A fow wcoks and the
sky will be entirely clear, all doubts will
bo resolved, tho great campaign ontored
upon nnd from present Indications I am
most hopeful of success.
HUMORS or THE CAMPAION.
Already has tho work of fun begun. In
lo-day's 'Republican' of this city, a letter
purporting to bo Orceloy's lottor of accspt
anco Is published. It drags in all of ll?r
oco's peculiarities, his profanity, tho inev
itable d n, infernal liar, villain, etc., tn
to Richmond, protection, tompornncc, etc.,
etc. It illustrates vory plainly that wUt
over party carries Horace Grcoley on ts
shoulders will havo to boar an amount f
ridiculo that in all probability woull
swamp any party no matter how strong (t
might be. . 1
chairman of tho Pennsylvania liberal h
publican statu committee, has publish (1
an address calling on tho liberals to orgai
izo immcdiato and systematic.
THE RADICAL NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COM
MITTEE met at tho capltol yestorday and consid
ered tho Cincinnati nominations. Ther
aro trying to keep their courage up by
whistling to tho ctt'oct that theso nomina
tions can bo beaten as well as any other.
It was also said that they felt suro that
tho democrats will put a ticket in the field.
Whether this wish is father to tho thought
or not I lcavo my readers to dctcrmlno.
LA1I0K REFORM CONVENTION IN PENN
SYLVANIA. Advices from Willlamsport Indicate tho
nomination of Hon. Wm. McClelland, M.
C, from tho 24th district of that state.
This nomination would bo a very wise ono
as tbo domocratio convention ot Reading
would no doubt endorse this gallant soldier
and sterling democrat and thus socuro tho
Koystono stato beyond peradvonture to tho
from tho Philadelphia convention after
receiving a complimentary voto is still tho
subject of gossip but thoro aro fow green
enough to entertain so self-sacrificing nn
cstimato of Gen, Grant. My word for it
ho will "stick" and "fight it out on that
lino" if ho knew it would smash, as it
probably will, tbo radical party.
Tho debato on tbo amendment to the ap
propriation bill increasing tho subsidy to
tho Pacific mail steamship company be
tween San Francisco and China and Japan
was qulto interesting, embracing tlio re
vival of our commorco and tho incrcaso of
our navy, tlio training of American sea
men, tho rolativo merits of iron and
wooden vessels on tho Pacific, American
ship building, tho control of tho tradu
with tho east, and England s method of
fostering her commorco, which showed
that tho lines from Llvorpool to Hong-
Kong received moro than two nnd a half
million dollars per annum in gold from
tlm government. Tho advantages which
will accruo to us nationally and commer
cially by congress enabling this company
to double tho numbor of its ships and trips
wcro so clearly demonstrated by tho Cali
fornia senators, Cassorly and Cole, aidod
by Stockton, of Now York, and Corbctt, of
Oregon, that tho amondmont was passed
by a voto of 20 yeas to 18 nays. Senator
Colo stated that if wo do not put on this
additional sorvico wo will sco an English
lino on that precise rtmto within a hort
time. Tho loss to us should this happen
is shown by tho fact that In 1861! not a sin-
glo pound of tea was imported into Now
York by way of San Francisco, and In
1871, through this communication, tho
numbor of pounds was 17,8.1",928, while
the increased duties received by this com
pany wero $0,164,233 m gold. Tho house
will without doubt concur In tho senato
THE RADICAL I'OW.VYOW
ovor tho best means for Grant nnd his
rnodol cabinet to back do"n from tho con
sequential damages stand which thoy so
foolishly took, is very harshly commontod
on. Tho democratic members of the com-
mlttoo on foreign affairs claim that thoy
should have beon invited to tho confer
ence on thts question, it not boing a party
ono, and Hon. Fernando Wood denounced
this omission to so invito thorn in vory so
vcro terms on tho floor of tho houso yos
terday. Tho radicals squirmed under the
Inflection and trlod to explain matters,
but, as Mr. Wood had called tho attention
of tho country to tho matter, It was all ho
THK DRAKE AMENDMENT.
This odious amendment, which restricts
tho Jurisdiction of tho court of cIhIuh to
loyal claimants, barring oven a pnldon
tial pardon, was non-concurred In by tlio
houso yesterday. Tho houso being noaror
the people than tho senate, and moro di
rectly responsible to thorn, thoy hardly
daro enact a law so harsh, and ongendor
bitterness betweon tbo north and south as
this ono. Tho voto in tbo senate was a
tc, and tho slcok, smiling vlco-prcsidont
enst a voto In Its favor. , Tho sonato will
lavo to glvo way If thoy want tho appro
priation bill passed.
' ADIEU CARrET-llAOOER CLARK.
W. T. Clark, who Is tho sitting member
horn tho third Texas district, will shortly
tlcato his seat In tho houso and rctlro to
ptlvato life ; his career as carpot-bag con
grossman being brought to n closo by tbo
nilon of tho commlttco on contested elcc
tlins unanimously declaring D. O. Old
dlsgs entitled to his sent. Thus ono by
om theso leeches, ghouls, and vampires aro
cxorclsod by tho spoils of honesty, and van
ish into nothingness.
OREELEY Oil GRANT?
THE VIEWS OF ASTATESMAN.
CALLED BY THE DEMOCRATIC
NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COM
MITTEE TO MEET AT BALTIMORE
NINTH DAY OF JULY.
A Chicago tologram dated Wednesday
the 8th, says :
Tho lion. J. D. Galon, ono of the most
ablotucn In Illinois, has writton u letter
In response to Irqitlrles regarding his po
sition, In which ho says that although
Democrats wero disappointed In tho result
at tho Cincinnati convention, thoy must
not separate their duty as Democrats from
duty as citizens and patriots, and that It
Is porfoctly demonstrable that every voto
withhold from Mr. Greeley is practically a
voto for Mr. Grant Ho refers to tho fact
thnt n majority cannot elect a president,
and that if thcro aro thrco candidates,
neither of whom has a majority of tbo
whole, then tho houso of representatives
must elect, as was tho caso In 1824. Presi
dent Grant has nn overwhelming majority
injtno house, and tlioreforo his election
would bo assured. Tho writer calls on the
Labor Reform partv not to sacrifice Da
vis and Grcoley In tlio hopeless struggle.
out to unuo wun Democrats ami i.ioerai
Republicans on Grccloy. He says tlio old
issues which kept tho Domoeratlc party
together aro dead, and that it friends
should turn to tho now party as tho ex
ponent ot reform nnd progress.
New York, May 8. Tho Democratic
National Executive Commlttco met this
afternoon at tho residencu of August Bel
mont. Eight stati3 woro unrepresented,
California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia.
Louisiana, North Carolina, Oregon, and
Wisconsin. The places most prominently
montloncd for holding tho convention
wero Baltlmoro, St. Louis, Louisvillo and
After n secret session of somo hours,
Baltlmoro was 11 n ally decided upon as tho
placo for holding tho convention. Tho
following is tlio call tor mo national
Democratic Convention :
"Tho national democratic committee,
by vlrluo of tho authority conferred upon
them bv tho last democratic convention,
at a meeting held this day at Now York,
voted to hold tho noit convention, for tho
purposo of nominating candidates for
president nnd vice-president of tlio United
Statos, on tho Oth day of July, 1872, at
12 oclock M., in the city ot Jiailimorc,
Tho basis of representation as flxod by
the lastdcmooratfo convention, Is dpublo
tho number ot senators nnd representa
tives in congress In oach state under tlio
appoiutmont of the census of 1870. Each
stale will sonu uoieaics accordingly ; anu
wo invito tho cordial co-operation of 11
conservative citinens who deidro tho res
toration of constitutional government and
tho preservation of republican institu
John Forsyth, Alabama;
Charles E. Dyko, Florida;
Isaac E. Eaton, Kansas;
.1. W. McCorkle, Nevada;
John McGregor, N. Jersey;
James P. Barr, Vensylvania;
Chas. H. Slmonton, S. Carolina ;
John Goode, Virginia;
James Ponder, Delawaro;
Win. E. Nlblack, Indiann ;
Sylvanui R. Lyman, Malno ;
Chas. E. Hoopor, Mississippi ;
Harry Bingham. N. Haven ;
Gideon Bradford, R. Island;
H. B. Smith, Vermont:
John M. Hnrrolt, Arkansas;
Wilbur F. Storey, Illinois ;
Albert Voorhnls, ;
Odin Bowie, Maryland ;
Chas. W. Nash, Minnesota ;
Chas. A. Mantz, Mobicl;
John Hanoock, Texas ;
Wm. 31. Converse, Connecticut ;
A. H. Colquitt, Galveston ;
Thos. C. McCreory, Kentucky ;
Win, A. Moore, Michigan ;
G. L. Miller, Nebraska;
Jno. G. Thompson, Ohio;
Win. B. Bate, ;
AUGUST BELMONT, Ch'n.
Fked K. O. Princo, Mass,,Socretarv.
New York, May 8, 1872.
began shortly after two o'eloik. A mo
tion was made, but lost, that tho call for
the Democratic Convention sliould bo in
definitely postponed. Noxt canio the
question as to tho timo for holding tho
Democratic Convention. Great diversity
ot opinion prevailed on tins point. A
largo numbor of dologatos expressed their
opinion that tho Convention should bo held
on a day antorior to tho Philadelphia Con
vention, while others urged, that, in tho
present disorganized condition of tho Dem
ocratic party, tlio wisest plan would bo to
tlx a uato which would allow tiiu result of
tho Philadelphia Convention being known.
This opinion prevailed, and the Uth of Ju
Iv was determined on as tho dato on which
tlio convention should bo held.
Next camo tho question as to where tho
convention should bo held. Baltimore,
Cincinrnti, St. Louis nnd Louisville wero
tho contesting cities. Tho cholco wii car
ried in lavor or ilaltimoro by u voto or
thrco to one, tho principal ground urged
being that in that city lefs unduo outsido
Influenco would bo brought to bear on tho
proceedings of tho convention than in any
of tho others.
INTERVIEW WITH MR. STOItEV.
After tho session of tlio committee, a
roporter interviewed Mr. Storey, tlio dolc
cate from Illinois, nnd proprietor of tlio
Chicago 'Times.' Ho spoko very frankly
on tho wholo subject. In reply to n ques
tion as to whether tho proceed
ings had boon of n harmonious character,
ho ropllodthat, as tho moctinc had onlv
to deal with tho question of timo and
piaco lor holding tno conven
tion, thcro was litllo scopo for any oxprcs
sion of opinion on the grent issues in
Roporter Was thoro any exprcsslcn of
n desire to indorse tho nomination of
lloraco Greeley 'I
Storey Well, yos. Tho dolegato from
Kansas, supported by delegates from Ten
nessee and somo other Btatot, oxprossej
thoinsclvos in favor of endorsing Orooloy,
nnd a lengthened discussion took place on
this subject. Tho difficulty was ended bv
tho chairman insisting on a return to tho
strict questions as to tho timo and placo
for holdint! tho convention.
Reporter Was thoro any expression of
opinion, oimor puunciy or privately, as to
wuo would no iiioprooaoio nominoooi tho
Dcinocraiia party i
Mr, Storey None. Tho meeting would
not doal with that question.
Reporter What is tho sentiment In tho
West in regard to tho nomination of Oroo
loy by tlio Cincinnati Convention?
Storoy My belief Is that tho Demoo
racy oi mo wesi win not support ureolov.
Ills wholo political caroer has boon Biich
as to mako him unpopular with men who
hold such decided Domoeratlc views ns
thoso hold by tbo Democrats of the South.
itoportor wnodo you think will bo the
nominee of tho Baltlmoro Convention?
Storoy Well, tho Baltlmoro Conven
tion may not nomlnato a Democrat. It is
not unlikely that Judge Davis will re
ceive tho nomination. It is cortaln that
ho can carry Now York, Indiana and
Pennsylvania. If ho had beon nominated
by the Cincinnati Convention, thoro might
havo been no necessity for a Domocratio
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SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1S72,
trains will run as tollows:
TIUtM 00 1 Ml loVIIIClST.
Leave Virginia lUU a. m
Arrive at fana ,
10 ii " 5 M
,11.1'i ' 6.17 '
THAI. Mi UOIMi .VOBTIIr.T.
Leave Pana 1.00 n. m
" Taylorviile 4.IU "
Arrive at Hprintllehl...C.15
Leave aprincnein. ,
Arrive al VliKinm s.a5
,.X'M a. rn.
a. 15 "
HUUTI1 KH.V DIVISION.
T11AIVS I.OIMI nul'TIIIAUT,
Leave Kdnwood 3.0 a. in. , tn.lOn, m.
" Flora h.iti ' ll.lu "
Arrive at bhawpect'ii li.M " .'..13 "
luiin aoiu sci'riuiHT.
Leave Hhaw neelou H....K.I3 a, ra 5:20 p. in.
" Flora s.&j 7.HO '
Arrive at Edood l.M ' b.-jj .
TlioMOa. in. trala from IMgwuith rnni only
Mondays, eilnedy and Fridavi, ami thuA.13
a. in, iialn from fchaHncetowii on Tutda,
Thursday and Saturday.
ConnecUiU Anli'.uinl with JnchaonviPn division
nrcinutgii and Altou Railroad, tor Jui kcouville,
Put rxburK, Maon City, and all point wi t.
At spriijiirteld. with Chlcngo liI Alton, and
Toledo. Walianh nnd WeaiuM Railroad, lor
HloomliiRton.Chk'KKu mid all poinis north, inrlh
weal Hud went.
,, A 'I"", with 'hp Indiana and Kt, Loul, and
llllnnl-i Central railroad, lor all i.ointHe.it,,onth
At KdKMorth with ClucaRO division IIIIcoih Cen
At Flora with Ohio and MIiBlpp railroad.
At Hhnwncetown with teamboat for Cincinnati
I'Aduunh, Cairo nnd nt. Louia.
OULANI) SJMITII, Ocn'l, gisp't
Joiix,Fquuitt, fien'l Fr't and Ticket Aji'l.
t&" Smith and Jones wero at tho mo
niigerlo, and tho convoraotion turned on
Darwin's theory : "Look nt thnt mon
koy, " md Smith s " think of it boing un
undeveloped human I" "Human V 6ald
Jones, contemptuously! "it's no moro
human than I am,"
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
100 Mile Hip MiortCNt Iloutc
Kliclity Mllt-H IlioSliorlent HuiiIk
TO ST- IjOTJIS.
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FltOM CAlltO TO
Cincinnati, IndlnnapolN, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, NliKaru Fall,
",1fl0' . , W'ihl.mton,
lialtlrnorc, Jl'hlladelplihi, Nw Vorlt,
Boston and all points cast,
Jlllwnulle, JancHville, JladlKOn,
LaCromie, Bt. Paul and all points north.
Una ia nlso tho only direct route to
Decatur, 1iloominton, Unnnuild,
Peoria, tjillnoy, Keokult,
llurliuicion, Koo Ic Island, Ln Hullo.
Meudotn, Dixon, Freeport,
(lulena, DuliuouK, bloux city,
Oiuahn and all points northwest,
Elogant Drawing Room Sleeping Cars
On all Night Trains.
l!aiKKO Checked io all important points.
For tlckels and Information, apply to I, C, U.K.
depot at niro; on board tnu Irausit steamer be
tween Columbus and Cairo, and at tno princiinl
rnllroai ticket ofliens throughout tho south.
W. P. JOHNsON, Oen'l rass. Ag't, Chlcato.
A. Itiuiiit i, lieu'l.tiup't. Chicago, I
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
It R O 8 H,
FIRE AND MARINE
Aeis ,. ..IWi,("
NEW EMILANIi MUTUAI, LIKE,
ANCHOR!) FIRE AND MARINE
Eollduall klad' ofrnk.
MKIit. AKent, Cairo, lllir.eu.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, N. V.,
Anets l,4V.,'je 25
L OERMANIA, N. V.,
Asset" 1,"J'172I 7H
HANOVER, .V. V.,
Assets M 7jij m (j
RErUIII.IC, N. v.,
Assets 71I,V l"J
Comprising the Underwriters' A(,ency.
Y0NKERS, N. Y.,
Assets M I-7S ll SI
Assett - 4M.1M 23
TIREMEN'r) FUND, H. V.,
Assets.. G78.600 04
SECURITY, N. V. MARINE,
Assets I.IT.'.HO 00
Stores, Duelling, Furniture, Hulls and Car
Koes, insured ut rates ns ftvcralilu as souuil, per
manent security will warrant.
I respectfully nk of the cltlr.ens of Cairo, a
hareor their patronage,
IIOUHN, NANII, ETOl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 TENTn STRUT,
Doora, Haah, UlloiU, Monldlaga,
iMje GnUem, (wood) Window int Door
Frnuiesi, I'loorlntj, JmUi,
Nhluglen, aimed Hanh, QlutU Hide
I-lgbts, ainsed TrnaaoBii,
UaiB WelKhta, HmnU I'nllle nnd Cords)
llllBd rMlettlBsra, RooHdk
Felt, KooflUK Ceiueat, Plaeierlsig
rper, Carpet Fell, WhtU
nd, UnwfHl j, Awerlc, Window
Ulnae, Kueilab crndFrcMcl.
Hole tilawe, Puny, tila.ler'a Folate
Elc.fWer VlVen Vlmm'ku.
AOENTH for llook Rivet Paper Compaay'a
Uheathlntr Felt aad OuartaOamont.
, H. W. Joba'a Improvad Hoofing alwaff ea
r. u. Bchu
M , ij
. ) n
J Minnvi s- t L
The Illinois Central Kail Road Coroptny co
otter Tor sale the followiriK described lots in Fir
Addition to the City oi Cairo, vis t
Lot 27 block 20. Lot 24 block i,
" Is " 20, " 27 " 11,
ft 2, " t " ft,
0 ' ft, " 31 " 12,
3 fl, 31 " W.
or terms, ete. apply to JAMF-S JOHNSON,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARUE8T VARIETY S.TOC IN THE C1TV,
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner or NlnrCtnib street Had Com
1-3011. C. O.ATIER.
(Successor to P. Kaup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS
HrJ Commeiclal Avenue,
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Patty, Benstae, Gasoline,
And the celebrated illuminating
DROSS' UUILDINO, COR. llTH-BT. k COM-MKRCIAL-AV.,
Cairo, - . Ulimoh.'
300T AND SHOE MAJCKR,
fletwean Washington ayioue and, Poplar itr'
PHIL. HOWARD, M
MLBpeaial attention paid to order lrom itcaoi
oats ninht or dar.