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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1872.
JOHN II OIIEKI.T. milor "'' rubllrir.
- . - May 10, 1872,
TtiiVor tii !"' Urn Ml I
month, iy mall - - J
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THE DOLLAR WKIELT BULLETIN.
John H. OIrlj Co. hT reduced the ml)
ertetion eric of the Weekly Cairo Bulletin to
0tDoUarptrmtum,mMtift It the cheapeM iia
ptrpnblUhed to Southern Illinois.
"Press where )oi nee that w hlte hut
ratll the fee I down t
AMI h (ho wort Imi (he line,
ureeley ni unti Brawn."
of Now York j
for vice president,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
The Flames or Chicago have been
put on ennvas by a Boston nrtlst.
The Ciiicaoo Times,' in Us "domo-
cratlc press oplnloni" li caroful to publish
only extract from boiirbon-domocrntlcpn-
The Project of creeling n tntuo to
Shakespeare, In Central Park, Now York,
which was started somo year ago, will bo
consummated on the twenty-third Instant.
Davis who has boon it Radical of tho
worsc-lhan-Orcoloy school tho wisby-
washy (tripe, and who was tho tool used by
GoticrM Orant to pack tho Supremo
Court bench and revorso tho legal tender
decision? It Is, wo take It, altogether un-
necessary. Mr. Voorhces knows ho can-
a hit or iiossir the result ov iieino
The Washington correspondent of tho
lloston Tost' tolls this: Mrs. Allspico has
a Imndsomo daughter, who is lively and
dances well, alio Is nlways n bono nt n
"Ucrman," and hor mamma, who used to
bo n bello herself, both buforo and nflor hor
not liopo to always support and voto for marrlago, now that (ho can triumph r.o
men who have aBrccd with him through bynJ wntdcr daughter's conquests and
II c. and his nroscnt assault has a deeper niaKO nor remarks nfcou. ino munouvr ng
meaning than his words would Indlcato tho ,vnlpr . nv nnj wealthy bncholor.
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it was a piece ot lorcwiougui in urani jf0 kn0wi that Grceloy election would irom mow lorK, uroppcu uown in wnsn
to send Lieut. Vrod and Miss Nellie to Eu-,Bltn ,.ie .hackle- from the couth, and "iff. I. y"":XA
ropo this year. After thl( year, they would bring Flemings to tho countrv, whilo ontorlalncd. In return of favors received,
only be the son and daughter of an ex Grftnt, fc.oIecllpn wollld lntensifv lho !tfS?3aS:S:
present bad condition of affairs.
He tels. A marriod lady, than whom no one
is inoro lilcnly thought 01 among mo resi
Col. Mosuv, lho confodorato guerilla knows that, in taking tho position ho has jont. of Washington, agreed to chaperon
... .itnmftl. ha has heennm nn nllv nf ilin tho affair, so there wbs no manner of rea-
cmoi, says "urani is a very .....- - - . - - - -- -- fc .. . QUCSllon. ftoout
'ono don't feel small In his presence." very party J10 denounces .Mr. Orcoloy for bacbolor's entertainment should keep any
Orant will so having onco advocated a party whoso 0" " Aip co was inviteu,
mission It is to fasten upon the country German, and forthwith Madame Allspice
tho legislation it enacted while Grecloy nolo council with a friend or two 10 mi
.,.,nfi(. i.,im i., i. fuss tho Invitation. "So very queer, you
..w .... ..... ..u. ,1. unow, for a stranger to Invito my (laugh.
suits of which tho philosophor now tor- " ho is he, I should liko to know?'
, . . . Her two friends, bolnc no wlsor than hor
snnnKS osck. .nr. v oornecs Knows I10 is ef ,ho determined to let this person
acting the part of Judas with tho Domo- know that her daughter was not, unad
I vi.nil. in n fiilfit.1 nnt In nnknnivn nor
crntic party, and tho Democrats who havo ions, so sho sat down and wroto tho follow
.... 11 followed him, entranced by his oratorical i"g. Inclosing tho luckless invitation :
Another Womax Is su.pecuM of ,x,. , . w ,h J1;,! T1' . 3en
, I I IIIIU I CkUIIIO ' I ilUIIIM O It 1 . V Mfl I (19
Good Enough onlng Jier imoanu. tor i,. m., no . bafk t,)(J joco of s(lvcr Jm hcr nughtcr liocs not reccivo invitations
nPAIOflR ATIfl PMTFORJI. in 1,rn and the dctsU, ftrc 001 n.l fall into tho ranks nKln. pen- 'Th ' , dl.natcbod nd .IMv ,n
M-f AM'A V V A -fc . . , . f-. I " I . . . . V. ' . "J '
- - lag " nn.v 01 mo usuai po.nu vi iui. etanl Rnd ftshRmcd of tll0 wcai.nc wllIch ceived by nr. Honny. tho same ovening
PSEAJIBI.K. c4j ,i...i,t,.,,. ,.t.if.,iir At. Ln.... Mr. and Mn. Allsiiico woro at a party
. " iL. 1 u i win 11 1. uui 1 1. ......... w 1 fi 1 mu'iii! rnmnrni inn . rt . r vi ...... . i . . . . . . ... '
L .1, T km i:niirilcn 01 (no - . m imu iul' tvimrn J r. 1 nnnv ivn. 1 in inn n I in nvn.
1InltJ Hutet in Convention assembled at tor-disintorment of the body-anxious in of bocominc ti,0 tooi of General Orant "inS- They were not long in discovering
,,-.! ..l.lm ihn f.illnwlni' nrlncl- Umnotun nf in nntill!' nlr Mn. ... It Was tile Correct tiling to know .Mr,
vinculum., "--" or 1 -1 1 ."i -j
nl as essential to Just covernment:
BRAD HSI DI nmiKD.
. Wo recognize tho equality of nil
This is comfortable news, as 1
soon bo ono of the people.
Grant's dismissal of brother-in-law
Casey from tho custom houo at New Or-
Inone linw Hint 111 tllO battlo for the
prcldencv, lie Is wllling-llkc Artemus
Ward during the rebellion to lacrlHco
all his able-bodied relations.
The wi.u is father to the thought with c"-
radical newspapers which assert that HON. D W VOOIMIFES
men beforo the law, and hold that It Is Groeloy, inttead cf rending tho republican This contleman. brilliant ns hois In
theduty of the government In IU dealings partv ln twain, has dUunlted tho democ speech, will strive in vain to arreU tho
racy. Democrats worthy of the name, aro popular current which is about to swecn
with the peoplo to moto out E(JU AL AND
IXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
COLOR OR PERSUASION, REM
GIOUS OR POJilTICAL.
more united In their determination to tho Grant administration from placo and
elect Horace Greeley than they have been power. In congress, yesterday, he dellned
WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
on any subject for a long time.
and his mlsorablo clique of servile flatter- Bonny, so Mrs. Allspico'rosolvcd to inakd
up lor tne mistaKO ny extra anxiety to
mako tne eormeman s acquaintance, ami a
graceful apology for her unintentional
rudeness afterward. "I can tell hlm,"she
tnougiit, "now very particular ono must
bein AVashlnirton. ' So approaching tho
lion .Oil- said quite nloud to nno of the
group surrounding him
"U, do introdu:o mo to air. Jionny.
Ho has done us tho honor to invite us to
his German, nnd I am very desirous to
EVEN tho "die-ln-tho-last-dltch'
STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN- I democrats aro as anxious for straight
FRANCIIISEMENT, AND TO OP-
POSE ANY REOPENING OP THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENTS OF
3. We demand tho immedlato and ab
solute removal of all disabilities impoiod
democratic nominations to bo mado by the
Ualtimoro convontlon, as aro Grant's
friends and adherents. And if thoy aro
madp, tho rudicals may nnticipato their
victory in November nnd have their bon
fires, etc., in July.
his Position to lie. nun of intnnan Imatllllv know him."
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. f- , . 111. J.AbUSU lliu. CHI. I Altl. Ulllllt I1IIICI-
to Greeley, nnd of a mild degree of tolcr- Jv .t0 tll0 famo orgon nd dressed "by Mrs.
anco for Grant tho unmislaknblo infer- Allspice, using her toae, " but I have been
nn... I,nln. . . . BU KIIIUIV rCVUIVVU III lllllllli:illl U
enco being that ho prefers Grant to Gree- lnv circI(f of ,u.minintanco is verv larco.
loy. This morning, tho radicals will bo I nDd J havo no deslro to meet any more
1 . ... . sirancers."
v-nui-nimij uvr IHU llCCCSSlOn 01 OOrllCCS frs All.nirn
moved awoy smlllnc
Sho could forL'ivo. Rho honed
bo rehashed In everv v.rletv of f,m 8". hnow 'o'veness was a duty, so she
I lufcuinii ifuu lur L'VII,
to their party, nnd tho lattor's speech will sweetly.
Grant campaign document from now un
til election day.
Wo hope nil tho so-called democratio
and when .Mr.
Ilonnv'fi Gnrinnn nimn nfT i.ini.rniisK
took Tier daughter to grace It with hcr
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
WHAT HE THINKS OF ORE ELK V
ienna Artery ventures tho
on account of tho rcbollion which was assorlion that if Govornor Dougherty congressmen who think with Voorheos
finally subdued seven years ago, believing would consent to run for Congress in this will lose no lime in dcclarinc their noi
uir.uv uu miouiu reccivo ins radical tion as boldly. It will be refrcshirg, nt
uuniiniuion, no wouia bo elected by at least
one thousand majority. Tho "if is a
DEMOCRATIC TO THE COKE. H'1-"1 v"-i win prevent 1110 uovernor
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT ,rom lT,nS running qualities, air.
with impartial suffrage, will guurd the M"nn has concluded to let Bill Brown
Tlfrlltw ft fill Mtiynna tnnnt cr..i caI t n I VinAl. . .f-.-f .1 it.. t
"B ; , " .........on, ..u(.,e democrats timo 1)RS 0(j , , W newspapers. Ho is a man of medium size,
any een raided power lho PCP'" n with Judgo Crawford could clean that gen- ...1... ihJ M a little thrown forward. .tu
tlemun out of l,n.n n i,m n A" -Bt. ke, his hair thin and sprinkled with
tnu-o u bnck unt, and contemplate the r w,
It will bo funny. ' . P.m,c,ans ,m,9t ell,,er ri, tow aside his Chicago 'Tribune,' eld
WHAT HE THOUGHT OF ORANT IN 1807,
H ia too b 15 flnco Butler's election at a
uelegata to'tho Philadelphia convention
wun lnitructlons to voto for tho nomlna
(Ion of Grant and Wilson, to rako up such
luuorsBs 1110 following against mm:
. Bay Vhk. near Lanebville. Mass.,
Aug. 2B, 1807 My Dear Sir: I havo
read your letter to Mr. Smith, on the pro
posod nomination of Grant, with much
interest, its criticisms on Grant's career
aro just j but what will you do 7 you can
not get It, or nny thing olso concerning
uimiu mm 9 not mudntory, published
nnd whv 7 finii. lwllt lit nil arn nnllft,
ing him for tho presidency, and so tho
truth must not bo told Wo'arc, I fear, to
11 inu oinnr mnnEnifn n 1 m n 1 1.1 utitii
Jo,ln9oni ' t; nomlnnto n man for supposed
.........uiinj, wimoui Knowing ins prin
pies or illness. Grant's election will bo
m siortune, becauso it will put in a man
minnm n neau or Heart, indifferent to
numan suuerlng and impotent to govern
j am, yours truly,
Renj. F. But
. Joneh, HcenHh, Wis.
HOW HIS NOMINATION IS RECEIVE!!
IKiom Ilm Irish I'pople,
Greeloy's nomination Is ono of tho most
lrudent and ludlclous that could possibly
)0 made, lho liberal rcniilil li-.-in wnnt
wisely to work when thov secured sueli n
man as their candidate, and tho wisdom of
1110 democratic convent on will m nv .
denced by tho prompt adoption of lho
iiiiinunu ino piatiorm 01 1110 Cincinnati
110 11 remomucreu mat nornm (iron nv
is better known, better beloved, and will
recelvo moro unanimous support from our
Irish-American citizens tlmti unv rnmli.
dalo which tho democratic convention
may bring forward.
irisii gratltudo is proverbial, nnd in this
nstance It shall bo wnrmlv tnniiifnatr.il.
Horaco Greeley hn. tlirntli.li n lnm. f.vnnt.
c.i 1 t ' : f'
mi, nnu inosi nonoraoio nio been tlio con-
istcnt friend of tho Irish. In 181S lm
was foremost In the Irish I)iriotnrv in tlil.
city. His political views toward our old
enemy England havo always been of
mm uuurauior wnicn recommends tliein to
our people. Ho is tho foremost American
citizen alive to-day. Ills greatness is only
equallod by Ills woll known i.rvnliii in.
(plondid inpntal capacity and knowledge
of true statesmanship havo rendorcd his
namo a themo of praise all ovor tho world.
any rate, to discover that they have nny
well-defined idea as to their duty in this
crisis. The country hns looked to them in
the public welfare requiro tho SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHOKITV and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. Wo demand for tho
Individual the largest liberty consistent
with public order, for the Btato self-government,
and for tho nation a return to
tbe methods of peace and tho constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TRUE AN PBEACIIIWU.
C. The civil service of the government
bu becomo a mere instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and an
objsct of selfish greed. It is a scandal
and reproach upon free Institutions, and
breeds a demoralization dangerous to the
perpetuity of republican government.
TUERErOHE A WINE DEMAND.
C. Wo therefore regard a THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
as one oi tho most pressing necessities of
the hour; that honesty, capacity and fidel
ity constitute the only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that the offices of tho
government ceao to be a matter of arbi
trary favoritism and patronage, and that
public station becomo again tho post of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAW (VEiTIO. SHOVED ABIDE.
f. Wa demand a system of federal tax
Rtlon which shall not unnecessarily inter
fere with the industry of tho people, and
fa , Vi.1 Wl provi,le th0 ""-a"' "ocossary
conofn!,.n.CXp.(:nfe: ot' 1,10 Kovcrnmont,
conomlcally admlnihtored-tTio pensions
lr ,Lntlrt:!n Xh? Public debt anPd !IS
""un reuuei on nf it... ..;;.... 1
th,,r ...T T"" UH princ pa
our mC l rtcSnIz that there are' In
K ' ,1;;:1 lu irrcconcilublo dlf
.S '. SI. "lon-wllh "Kurd to tho re-
trad., vfi itKMirosswn .nn,,
KION OF Tli VM Tn Jul p-SOUS-1N
THEIR COSjoukss nl- ,'K0,'LK
CONORESS T H K H y (Hj V?. .V ' 0I'
FREE OF EXKCUTivp 'iOl,OM-V
-"..9?uM,?"t muit bo
junniainco, and we M'SlHivnu
mimu tip v ljuise.
9. A SPVV.iv ."f,,'rA.
SPECIE PAYMENT r . TO
like by the highest conilderu,. 0cm?r'ilod
wpublic. and no MT"f'r,;,," of tho
detract rom their J.utWea Mvt
. ,Ui.lr puirioti,,,,,
11. Hwt arc ontvxo.1 ... .11 . ..
of land to r.IlrA'd. n,7.V " ,unn" Vt
TUK PUBLIC DOMAIN HH()PU1 U
5? u8AORKD TO ACTUIKT
ubebai. roKEiUN Policy.
12. Wo hold that it Is the duty of the
KOVermnent In Id Inlcrmnno l.i, r,....i..
tlon( to cultivate frlenddilps of pcaW
by treating with .11 0n fair and equal
ilih.VyMa,nJ- u lik0 dishonorable
St to whl1 " t w b.
XU (Wdidat?. 0?IVv ?hUPPrt f
Horn, w. iDvite and co,M nTT
C-er.tlon of .llpatriot,yciU C0.m:,bb!
ut rtrd to previous political m? on
No iioi-E for Horace Greeley from the
woman suffragists. At their convention
in New York city last week, it was re
solved that "no woman, with
'decent self-respect, can nld
"with voice or pen in his election
to the high position to which ho is nomi
' natcd." Thcsoshrif kcrs after their rights
do not llko -Mr. Greeley's opposition to tho
principles nnd demands of tho woman suf
fragist?. His nomination by the liberals
has had but ono offect in all directions--that
of driving away from tho support of
their ticket, corruption, dishonesty, folly
and venality in all shapes. The rcprc
fcntatlvcs of these, in tho event of Mr.
Greeley's election, will meet with no en-
couragemont, nnd thoy are opposed to him
THE DEMOCRATIO JUDAS.
Tho remarkable speech, mado by Hon.
D. W. Voorhees in tho interest of Genoral
Grant, a synopsis of which wo havo pub
lished, will attract tho attontlon of tho
whole country, not because it contains
matter of Importance, but becauso its ut
terance by such a man at this particular
time will compel tho conclusion that
another of tho leaders in tho Democratic
Israel has yielded to temptation, and ro.
ceived from tho gift-taker that which has
nduced him to crook tho pregnant hinges
of the knee, and, while pretending to be
ealously jealous of his principles, at
tempt to betray them to tho enemy. Wo
say this regretfully, but in tho full belief
that it points to tho truo explanation of
Mr. Voorhees' conduct.
Dropping his nibtaphors, the Indiana
orator dashed at Greeloy's record and de
clared ho could not support'any man who
had advocated tho doctrines of tho sage of
Chappaqua. Here wo havo moral heroism
to challengo attention ; but, unfortunatoly
ror Mr. oorhees, this determination has
come to him too late. Ho is virtuous after
his chastity has been despoiled.
How long has it been slnco this volu
bly Indignant man, who cannot now sup
port Greeley because Grceloy was a Re
publican, udvocated the election of Frank
Blair to tho vlce-presidency Hlair who
had been one of the most vlolont Radicals?
And has It yet been forgotten that Mr.
Voorhte, wok kindly to Andrew Johnson,
who had been tho bead uni front of vlo.
lentlUdtculi.mv - "ot thi. too-much
of a Democrat often heretofore forgotten
the past record of political usaocl.tei, and
magnanimously burled tho memory of the
past in order to work for a common re.
suit in tbo present? Is it necessary to
refer to his expressed willingnMs to sup
port Judge Davis for tho presidency
Whlniton Correppoltientr of the L'loclnnat
Last nitrht Colonel Wuti.rsnn c.ilmi- r
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1110 wen-unown editor or tiin nnr or.
Journal' proposed to mo that wn cull unnn
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.inn, au mr, mr soino Sllglll OVldPllCCS Of uinumi nnu jiy our respects.
ability in tho way of leadership, and the Twelfth up'to hisVr Kok,' and
move belongs to tho press and the Sr.vi forehead high and broad, his faco
people, nnd lh nnll.tnto t.i r,V"w' J "u "is i.eaiures llrm,
with the machine or bo run
it. .S7. Louh Republican.
rcr by vateJ ,)is spectacles, and chatted good
humorodly, nctinc very little as wo ini"lit
uipeciu man who bad just seen tho great-
1HL .Mount Cahmzi. Demochat has his grasp and then ulvcn to another.
declared for Greeley and Brown. It savs! .. " f. .oln ati(flcd with Oroeloy's nomlna-
Thus tho campaign is virtually onened. V. u. 11 " UCK" .,s .n ."ronS ?ne
Tho result of tho" Republican "National " T- ' .-rVlKC.op ?ul. V10 ""ld
convention is a foregone conclusion. It
will bo buUjtho registry of tho edict of tho
tyrant who now occupies the White house.
Tho Democratic National Convention will
meet and "its solo business will bo to ad
journ. Thus tho contest is narrowed down
to Greeley and Grant, between whom no
friend of honost government ought to hes
itate a moment in making a choice.
will bo elected boyond doubt. Bv tho
way,'' no asked, "what does lho Now
York 'Herald' and 'Times' sav?-'
"lho 'Herald' speaks verv friendly of
1... 1 , - . . -
urcuiuy, uiiu Kivus SVIIIPIO ns 01 corn ni
over to his support. Tho 'Times' makes
iun or ttio nomination, and .peaks of It as
an enjoyable Joke."
" Well." replied tho senator, "ilmv ull
find that it is not a funny matter for them
A frugal PouhloTarent col- tti. !L Wl"- wi"
1 nn . . . 1 o" " yiuci luiuurui ineir mouin.
Iccted 30 ennts ieli fnr mnn.. 11.. Tk,.... 1. ... i.; r .. ;
"fi me 1 " nu uunaine oi mo people ata ntt
guests at his daughter's wedding.
tQP"Judge David Davis states to his
friends in Washington that he will not au
thorizo tho uso of bis name by the demo
cratic or any other convention, nor consent,
under any circumstances, to bo tho candi
date of any party for tho presidency.
19 Miss Mary C. Pike, daughter of
the Hon. Jnmes S. Pike, of Washington,
is now one of tho editors of Wood's
' Household Magazine' published at New
burg, N. Y.
Tho Cleveland 'Leader is under
the impression that it has enough pootry
on hand to last till next full, but if tho
spring is backward, and tho tiros havo to
bo kept up, it will probably need moro.
Chief Justico Chaso has bought n
site for a summer rcsldenoo at Waukesha,
Wis., and will spend a portion of oach sea
son nt that town heroaftor.
FTho Cincinnati 'Commercial' says:
"Tho Atlantic telegraphic cable is doing
tho country delightful service in reporting
the movements of Miss Nellie Grant, but
It has beon singularly reticent for somo
weeks about that extraordinary young
man, Liout. Fred. Grant, who is being es
corted by General Sherman through tho
vast empire of Russia. Tho Associated
Press should have had a correspond
ent with Liout. Fred. Wo would rejoice
to havo a dispatch ovory day about him."
US' Tho democrat, who, at this Juncturo
of political affairs, would throw u stumb
ling block In the way of tho success of tho
reform ticket, must havo a soul so small
that a mustard scod is a mountain in sizo
in comparison. And as to his love for tho
people of tho south, whatever his preton
slons may bo, it is tho merest bosh I Ho
has none, nnd should bo set down by all
right-thinking men as a supurlutlvo bum-
bug. J'atlucah ifews.
New and fashlouablo HaU and llonnots
Just received by Mrs. Anna Lang on
Eighth street. Ribbons, Laces, Dolly
Vardons, Trimmings, Velvets, fancy ar
ticles of all varieties fresh and new.
Ladles call and oxamlno, our stock be
fore purchaslnc elsewhere. Wo consider
it a pleasure to show goods whether you
purcbaso or not. Everything is now and
of the latest styles, to bo sold very low.
this administration that cannot be nasl
over as a Joke, however desirable It mlcht
lm in fl mn " 0
"Do you think then that Grceloy will bo
"He is certain to be. ' ronlied tlm he
turning to Mr. Watterson, who is a demo
crat j "certain to be if your party docs
nnt put a ticket In tbo field. He will carry
several of tho New England states : ho
will sweep New York liko wild-firo ; ho
mn curry Pennsylvania and tho Southern
stuics in n oouy, with it fow possible ox
ceptions. Thoro is no question of his elec
tion if tho democracy keep out of tho
"What is Mr. Sumner's onininn?" I
asked, having heard so many opinions at
tributed to him that I was anxious to get
tho right ono.
"Well, ho hasn't much to fav. His re
lations with Greeley however, nro very
friondly. Ho is waiting until after tho
Philadelphia convontlon, having u strong
hopo that that body will throw Grant
overboard nnd take a new man. Ho hns
affirmed many times that he would not
"Do vou thlnk.Sunator, tbattho Democ
racy will koep out of the Held as n party ;
that Is, mako no nomination ?"
"I am Inclined to think so from tho
turn affairs aro taking. Somo of thorn aro
a little disappointed and snro now, but
thoy will get ovor that. Tho Greeley
causo Is growing. Ho is stronger to-day
than ho was yesterday, and will bostrongor
to-morrnw than to-day. Tho prospocts
will brighton dally from now honcoforth.
Domocrats who say to-day they will not
support him, will bo of a different opinion
next week. As tho details and peculiari
ties of tho situution burst upon them thoy
will soften. A great deal depends on tho
Now York Democratic Convontlon, which
meets about tho middle of tho month. If
they endorse tbo nomination of Grceloy,
as I think thoy will, It will greatly lessen
If not entirely do awny with tho prospect
of a Democratic presidential ticket. Tho
Democracy can't got along very woll with
out the support of Now York- Thoy will
look In that direction for counsel."
From the New Tork Krenlnf? Post.)
Franz Abt lias now been several ilnva
In this country, and lias rocolved from tho
German elomont here a vnrv wnrm rnenn.
tlon. Tho Lledorkrunz concert on Sun
day night waa given in his honor, and wo
uiiuoriiuiiu uiai similar Hospitality awaits
him at Iialtlmoro and elsewhere. Ho will
remain In this country for about two
months and a half, and then will return to
Germany. It Is his intontlon to visit tho
Ronton poaco jubilee, and piobably to con
duct somo of his compositions there. Abt
s now ilfty-two years old, but ho composed
his most admired air, ":Vhon tho swal
lows homoward fly," gomo thirty years
ago, and has enjoyed a colcbrity wioro
than commensurate with Ills real age. Abt,
when at home, lives at Brunswick, Ger
many, where ho is Kapollmeistor of tho
THE (!H0ST OF 1071.
THE WOOHS OK WISCONSIN AN1 Mil HIOAN
I From the Milwaukee Sentinel, Maj 13.)
On Saturday wo hml
ro In tho woods near Kuwaiinop. irir.nnr.,1
from a privato letter to Mr. A. .1. ('
of the Mechanics' Mutual Insurance com
pany. Wo liavosinco had news confirm
ing tlio destruction or Stranky's mill and
tho surroundlne buildinc-n. tlio resl.lem.
having fought tho llro for five days to
iu inu iruiiuri .
Near tho town of Gib.on, Manitowoc
county, a llro is also raging. While the
residents woro working to kcop the ad
vancing lino of flames from sweeping
away their homos, a thirteen-year-old
daughter of a farmer, named Engoldin
ger, was burned to death. Her father
and an old Indian nearly lost their lives
in attempting to savo hor. It Is also re
ported that a barn and stable belonging to
Carl Washor wero destroyed by tho ruth
Appearances indicate that the ea.t and
west chores of tho lake willauffer soriouslv
through burning forests during tho pres
ent season. Fires nro reported to bo rag
ing in Michigan: and tbe cantain of tlm
steamer Wcnona, on his rccont arrival at
uetroit, irom Mackinac, reported that tho
woods wero on fire along Lake Huron
shoro in several places, and that it looked
quito serious as tho wind was blowing from
In Viow of these facts farmers slioulil nr.
crciso great caution in guarding any fires
thoy may build to destroy hrush-iieap.
Our Homo Advertisers. Our Home Advertisers.
No. Pub. ami II. H. Corn
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
AUUIDKJlT, 14 Ir r.,
A'.THS, HARTI Oltli.
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NORTH AMERICA. PA.,
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AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CONNECTICUT .Mt'Tl'AL, LIFE,
Ae iul.i Ki
TRAVELERS', ilARTFORO, LIFE A.VIl
A"es ftl.S.-. O'l HI
RAll.WAV I'AHSENOEIW A-St'llANCE
A"fl 4'rf.ll.a, (h.
S A V V i ) 1 1 1 , M OH HIS & CA N I ) K K,
71 Olil I.rsee,
l it; Nillonsl llsnk, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRK A N I) MARINE
VKW KNI1I.ANH MPTfAI., LIKE,
ANCnOHl) l-IHK AND MAI! INK
Micit,. all M.ofn.k-.
fl:'-7lf- Anenl, Calm, llllno...
FIRE AND MARINE
JiStuart & Gholson will
offer on Monday, May 18, n
new line of very Choice Prints;
also a full assortment of Mus
lins, Table Linens, Napkins,
etc., at very low prices. We
will also oft'or a very largo line
of Gents', Ladies' and Misses
Hosiery, of all descriptions, at
prices that will not fail to tit-
AVo arc also ottering a very
largo assortment of Summer
Dress Goods, White Goods
and White Trimmings, Cor
sets, Gloves, Ribbons, etc, at
unusually low prices.
Come and see us before buy
flCSC. Hanny wishes the
public to be informed that ho
lias on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as anv m the
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined to sell ovory article
at prices Lower than tho Low
est. Call on him to-day and
oxamino goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
NIAOAItA, N. V.,
OERMANIA, N. V.,
As'en-fc 1.00H.7SI 7(
HANOVER, N. Y.,
"set 720 n CO
REPUBLIC, N. V.,
YONKERS, N. Y.,
A,,el" S78 SOI ll
tl - sa.pjj 23
WREMEN'rt EUNIi, M, P.,
HECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Hlore, DwclllnKe, Furniture. Unlit ami Car.
' ,,""",,,' raiet a uvrali uai soiim , per.
UlSlient Serllr tV ui warrant ,r
I respeotrully ak ut the rlli;ens ol Cairo, a
The llllnolt Central Kail Rot I Commnr no
Oder for eale the rollorini dencrllieii lots la tt
A'l.lliion to the City of Cairo. Tin
uu zi mora vj. ix)t zs mock ez,
IS " 20, " 27 " t,
6 " U, " 2 " St,
hi, 31 S2,
3 " Si. " 31 ' ttt.
orlrrns,eU. apply to JAM EH JOHNSON,
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAlQEt-T VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteenth strelad Com
t..mt. C. O. l'ATIER.
M)HN. NANH, KTCl
(flQf eessor to P. Saup.)
WHOLESALE k RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
1 Commerelal Artnue,
W. W. THORNTON'S,
I1UILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOTJ
13 tentu street,
Doom, Hstak, Blind, Mouldings,
Env tlattcra, (wood) Window nnd Door
Frame, Floorln;, Irtli,
Nhlncle. aimed Huh, UUsed Hide
I.l(ht, dUed TmniOBM,
Naah Welsh U, Haah Pulllea and Cord
Blind nuUnlnc, Roofln
Felt, BooBnc Cement, Plastering
Paper, Carpet Felt, White
Lead, Unsod Oil, American Window
Ulass, Engllah andFrench
Plate Ulaaa, Putty, Glaaler's Points
ewer Plneo. Patent Chimneys.. .
EU.. Btc, -
I will sell at rntilic Aiicuon, 10 inn niiirei
I.IJiler. Jr FOR CAHII'MI without le-ere, at
the IVtory liiill'lliiK or
EICHOFF & BROS.,
On Wwihmg.on Avnnue, in tne uj i i wru,
Illinois, rommenciPK ib
Tuesday, ay 28th, 1872,
At 10 o'clock A. M,, anil continuing from .loy to
day until all lho property la Hold. A hrge lot
of Finished anil Unfinlnheii
XT Sj IT I T TJ SI E ,
Huch as Ileilsleaiis, KllrhenSafeM, WarJrohei,
lounges, wash titamla, Tallies, ChalrB, lliiream,
Mattraesca.ao, AIbo about W,(io feet of
WALNUT AND OTHER LUMBER.
riremeil anil UudreMeit. A larve Inl nf llr,l.
ware, llls, l'ulty, Varnlhea, Window fah,
linnim, mm: iiutrj, ao, jo property to ne
Hold belnir all of the artlclea contained In the
Larsevt riirnitlire Mnnufiietiiriiiir r'uinlilnliiiirnt
III Bottthern lllir.oin, which waa, at the time It
unmeil Into the lmnila nf ttm nn.iMraiirneif. In
HiicceaHlul operntlon. I'urt ictilar attention to
denier in fnrnliiirn la nulla, I. thia nllera the
dent ol opporliintliea to renlenlHh their "toe!;.
Mid Receiver of Klchofl Dnht
Z. I). MATIIUSS.. ' 0 '""I.
AND OEM F.BAI,
AffJC&r AND WESTERN WlODUOK
. II. TV'
Joha'a IroproTtd oofln alwsyi on
NO. 4 OHIO LEVEL'.