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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1872
JOHN H. OHEKliT, Editor and Pabllsner.
Mat 22, 1872,
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THK B0LLAK WKKKLT BULLITIK.
John II. bberlr k Co. bar raduced the mli
acription pnce of the Weekly Cairo Bulletin to
Out IVtor per bimjm. making It the cheapest pa
per puoutnea inDomncrn Illinois.
"Phm where yen nee that w hlte hnt
tTntll the fan la elnwsst
Aad se Ik word eUasta; ttie liar,
Urclr smst Urali llnwa."
of Now York j
FOR V1CK PHK.SIDKXT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
Tit Mkthodut Gkxkrai. Convxr-
knck decided Uit Saturday to elect eight
Th R I.A1E coims'i of Dan. Voorhees bat
brought down upon Mm itrong denuncia
tion from nil sides, etccpt tho Ornnt ldo.
A radical I'AfKR ssys Iloraco Orielcy
U having Ave thousand photographs of
hlmielf (truck for the coming campaign
The supply will bo nltogolhcr Insufficient
for the demand. Five million would not
-1. . . i
O.nf. or Barxum'h Mais died Inst week.
While tlio person In chargu of tho body
was absent, tho two malo companions of
tho dead Flgi gained access to tho corpse,
and when ho returned, the living ciitinl
bals were In the full enjoyment of Anntivc
We, tho Liberal Republicans of tho
United Stntes In Convention nuemblcd at
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following princi
ples as ciiontlal to just government:
di:ad inmikh burikd.
1. We recognize tho equality of all
men before tliu law, and hold that it Is
the duly of the government in its dealings
with the people to ineteoutKQUAL AND
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
WIJATKVK It NATIONALITY, It ACE,
COLOK OU PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS Oil 1'OLITICAL.
2. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THK UNION OF THESE
.STATES, EMANCIPATION. AND KN
FRANCHISES! ENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
Ql'KSTIONS SETTLED II Y THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIKTKENTH AMENDMENTS OF
!). We demand tho immeiliato and uh
soluto removal of all disabilities impoted
on account of the rebellion which was
ilnully subdued scvou years ugo, bullovlng
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
Dunot it int: to Tin: cokk.
4. "LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with Impartial sutfrage, will guard the
rights of nil citizens more securely than
any centralized power. Tho people and
the public welfare roqulro tbu SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THK
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
UEAS CORPUS. Wo demand for thu
individual tho largest liberty consistent
with public order, for tho slate self-government,
and for tho nation a return to
the methods of peace and tho constitu
tional limitations of power.
'TIlUi: AN PltEAClIIM."
6. The civil Fervico of the government
has become a mere instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and un
object of seltUIi. greed. It Is n scundal
and reproach upou free Institutions, and
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tho
perpetuity of republican government.
TIIEIlt'.FOKKA WISE DEMAND.
C. We therefore regard a THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
as one ol the most preMiug necessities of
tho hour; thai honesty, capacity and fldol
Ity constituto the only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that the offices of tho
government cease to bo a matter of nrbi
trary favoritism und patronage, and that
public station become again tho post o
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IS1PER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL RECOME
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAimrtti'KKriu.N' hiiuveu aside,
7. Wo demand a pyttutn of federal tax
alien which shall not unneceihurily Inter
Cere with the industry of tho people, and
which hnll provide tho means necessary
to pay tliu expen.es of the government
economically administered tliu pensions
me inierou on tne puoiic uuol und a mod
erate annual reduction of the principal
thereof, und recognize thut there nru in
our midst honest but irrcconcllublu dif
ferences of opinion with regard to tho re
spective sv.tems of protection un'tl free
tradn. WE REMIT THK DISCUS
SION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL D1S
T RIOTS, AND THE DECISION OK
CONGRESS THEREON, WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTERFER
ENCE AND DICTATION.
8. Tho public el edit luu.t bu sacredly
inalntalnod, nnd wu DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATION In every form Hiid guise.
MRU OF TIIK TH HE METAL.
9. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS i demanded
alike by the highest considerations ofcom
inurcial morality and honest government
A WUIID rOK THIS NUI.DIEIt 1IUYN.
10. Wo remember with gratitude the
sacrifice, of the soldiers and sailors of tho
republic, und no uet of ours shull ever
detract Irom their Justly earned lame, or
tbu lull rewards of their patriotism.
AVAVST.LAKD KOUIIEKM I ,
11. Wo are opposed to all further grants
of land to railroads or other corporations.
, THE PUULI0 DOMAIN SHOULD RE
HELD SACKED TO ACTUAL SET
TLERS. J4MKKAI. rojteiaw I'OI.ICV.
12. We hold that it is the 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 alike dishonorable
either to demand what s not right or sub
, inlt to wb?t l wrong.
i.5''."'.!'"''-"' nd success of
P'lnelp U.,and the support of
.jjUiCUfl lllUll IIOmlDntwl by Ihls convun.
tIo, we Invite and cordially wilcSSSTJK
co-oparatlon of all patriotic citizens, wlth
U( regard to previous political affiliation
Thk indication- are that tho dele
gations to tho Dultlmoro convention from
tho Southern states will be a unit for the
indorsement of Greeley. Tharo tho peo-
plo too fully realize tho importance of
Grant's dofcat for them to hesitate
f Court ri Journal.
Somk or thk NKWti'Ai'KKH in their
telegraphic reports, published tho letter
of Stanloy Matthews of Cincinnati, in
which he expresses regret for his coiinec
lion with the Cincinnati Convention, as
tho letter of Stanley William. Tho variable-
Matthews ought to bo thankful fur
tho friendly mistake.
TitRKKtncn of inlluouco and standing,
one from Mississippi, one from Tennetsco
and thoothcr from Kentucky, met in this
city on Wcdncsduy last. They compared
notes politically and all declared that in
their respective states tho Greeley und
Drown ticket would carry ovorythlng be
fore it. Mound Cilu Jouvnal.
TUH DKMOCKATIC HTATC CKN'TKAL COM-
MlTTjtK have issued n call for a statu con
vention of tho democracy to bo bold in
Sprlngllold on Wednesday, tho twenty
sixth ol ,Iu nti. Tho basis of representa
tion will bo the number of votes cast for
Soymour for president in 18C8, ono del
egate being entitled to n seat for each
throe hundred votes cud, and ono for each
fraction of ono hundred and Hfty votes
It is ,o l'hk to kick against tho pricks.
Tho Ilucll court-martin! papers were mys
teriously abstracted from tho war depart
ment, and tho officer or officer.", high or
low, whoso reputation their publicity would
have nll'ected, rested in peace. Butloj
it transpires that Pitman, tho short-band
writer, has phonographic records of the
court-martial, and he is to bo called on by
the house war committor to produce his
The Peoria Democrat, a journal
which Is on tho fence with n strong lean
ing toward straight democratic nomina
tions, says Gov. Parker has acted a sensi
ble part through the pulitical lever ot tho
times, und for this und other good reasons,
"there iti hardly any objection to plucing
him second on the ticket, should domocratlc
nominations be made ut Bultlmoro.'' Why
not givo him tho pluco of honor or. the
ticket? li he abandons tho sensible
course he has been pursuing, ho would
probubly prefer to be beaten as presiden
tial rather than vlce-presldontlal candl
Tut: democratic mkuukr of congress
all deny ever having signed a pupor pro
testing against tho nomination or Mr
Graoley at Kallimoro. Of these gentlemen
with tho exception, probtbly, of Mr. Voor
hoes and Mr. Kerr, of Indiana, all are in
favor of the Baltimore nominee, whoever
he may be. Probably thirty of tho num
her aro opposed to Mr. Greeley now, u-id
many uro non-coiumlttul. Tho pcopl
will bo glad to lcurn how their rcpresenta
tives in congress stand on tho Important
question of tho presidential candidate, but
these gentlemen mutt remember that this
is n matter which tho people have deter
ininod to settlo for themselves, regardless
of tho opinions of their so-callod political
An Enulihii cokhkhi'ondk.nt gives a
fearful picture of the intemperance of
" Mcrrie England." There is a drinking
shop to every forty houses und to every
two hundred of the population. Men, wo
men and children, nobles und peasants,
tho parson, tho lawyer und tho mechanic,
thu nilctrets and her maid, are all equally
addicted to wine, beer or ulo as circum
stances permit. Fivo hundred millions of
dollar, It is computed, are spent annually
In England for Intoxicating liquors.
With this knowledge, It becumos euiy to
account for tho largo number of paupers
wlio fill tho work-houses und aim. -hemic,
of England. " It la a matter of statisti
cal dispute whether every mventcentli or
every twentieth man In tli'i realm Is u
fir In 1 MO, Mrs. Franklin lleiiuett,
of Union City, lowered a pall of butler
Into her well to keep it cool, as was her
usual practice. The string broke, and
tho butter foil into the water. It remained
there until the well wu cleaned out last
week, when it came out sweet and fresh,
V2 years old.
ODDS AND ENDSJF FASHION,
The now shado of silk this soason li
called reseda or mignonette. r
White dotted twits makes it very fresh
dress, and it coming Into favor.
Gloves ouyht to mark the darkest
(hade tn the dress, or elso bo of tome har
Very largo fans aro fashionable, and
aro of tolid mother-of-pearl, or. of satin
trimmed with gold lace or fringe.
With almost all out-door co'lumes
tho plain linen collars are preferable
they always look cool and becoming.
A whlto morning wrapper of twist It
made to tit tho llguro tightly, and tho
fronts bordered deeply with Insertion; a
flve-inch-doep rufllo, fluted, extends around
the skirt, which is demi-traln, and n littlo
niching of twits is worn In tho neck.
The parasols, with tho Alplno walking
stick, are tho most stylish ; in fact thoy
aro tho only onet In use. Most of tho
small umbrellas havo plain Ivory handles,
but sotno havo richly carved handles that
bring their value tip to a most extravagant
For evening wear and for honse
drcsscs, ruches of lace, wash tulle, and tine
muslin are popular. Thoy havo a toftun
Ing effect on tho complexion, beautifying
the wearer. For dinner dresses, laco is
always worn. A 6rrMe of rich lace, worn
on a suitable dross, will always bo consid
ered both fashionable and In good taste.
tSf David Crum, a young man who
was heir to a fortune of $'200,000, died at
tho Keokuk calaboose on Wednesday night
last from tho effects of excessive intem
Special Corrcspondeaco nt the Ilulletln.
Br. Loci,, Mr 18, tkTi.
The custom home muddle remains for
tho present in ttaiu quo. The majority
and minority report of the commissioners
huvu boon sent on to Wushingtrn, and tho
probable rrttilt will be that neither of tho
locutions will bo accepted, und that un en
tiro "now deal" will bo mudo. Tho all ab
sorbing topic the past week, has been the
scan. mag. caso of Dr. E. F. Berkley. You,
in Cairo, who all read tho St. Louis pspors,
havo ci doubt read the full and detuiled
accounts ns daily published. Public opin
ion is much divldad. On tho onu hand, Dr.
Il.'s mature ugc, his daily walk in life, his
habits and surroundings, aro all In his favor;
while on tho other hand, the fatal letter
in which ho dues not deny any of the
charges made against him, tells with fear
ful effect. The weather the past week hm
been execrable, the rain, ruin, rain, und
mud, mini, mud, rendering tho streets al
most impassible. Tim tip of a pair
of mule cars were scon in a sea of
mud in tho north part of tho city u few
days since. No one has had the courage
to "divo" any further into the cute us yet,
but it is supposed the rest nf the animul is
In that vicinity. A littlo threc-ycar-old
uttempted to cross tho street in tho vicin
ity of Ludlow & Wilcox's wiro mill a few
days since, stumbled and fell into tho mud,
and had it not been for a bystandor, would
havo suffocated on tho spot. Wo hope
"Qui Vive'of the 'Sun,' will bo satisfied wit
theso few iloms in regard to the condition
of the streets ; If not, we will say so, somo
As a natural consequence, the weather
has hud tho effect to depress business to a
great extent. Steamboats at tho levco
have been unable to receive or
dischargo n greater part of the time.
The feurful condition of tho streets and
the dampness of tho atmosphere has
euused the ladles to keep within doors
(much againt their will,) and the sbup-
keepers on Fourth und Fifth streets havo
been in despair. Amusements havo suf
fered In a like manner. In our last, wo
mentioned that Miss Motile Uowo was
playing in the "Stock,'' at Itankln's, whero
alio has been all winter. Within th'i past
row days, somn trouble has occurred in
thn company, which has causod u purt of
mom to wttiidraw. Annio Compson, J. T
Ri'imlo and Mollle. wnru up for u joint
boneut on their own account at tho Tern
pie last night, but ths fates wore against
them. About 7 p.m., a dark cloud came
sweeping ovor tho city, and discharged its
watery contonts for over two hours in
torrents, which caused almost every ono
to keep in-door. Ator this week, thu
Olympic and Dollar's both close till the
Sangerfott festival opeiu. Tho mammoth
Rovel troupe havo played to fair housos at
Dollar's during tlio woek. Wo uttended
ono evening and was somowhat disap
pointed, as tho company duos not begin to
uompuro with the old original Rovel
troupe. Whoovor saw that incnmpariblo
trio, Antoinc, Francois, and Gabriel
Rovel, will never forgot them, or look
upon tlioir liko again. Tho neatest thing
done by tho present company is tho "Can
Can,' which is perlorined by twochlldron,
a little girl of four and u boy of six. As
wo heard a lady remark, it was ''too
sweet for anything." "Qui Vive" men
tlons seeing the counterfeit presentment
of the junior member of Barclay Brothers,
at thu photographers' convention. Dur
ing tho present week, wo huvu had tho
pleasuro of seeing, among other Cuiroltos,
tho venerable and venerated features ol
WHAT THE GERMAN PRESS SAYS
tFrom tho t!pring(lM IUnlster.1
The German press has not boon, hick
ward In giving express on, distinc ly and
with emphasis, to Its wishes and Into nil. ons
regarding tho nominees of tho Cincinnati
ociivcntlon. Tho voices uuercu uau
Tho ''Wcstllcho Post,' a German paper
orimmcnse power, gives numerous cxtraels
from Gorman prcises under head l ies of
unusual significance, thus : ''Asto'iW'""""
"Yields to Understanding," "Between
"Grunt and Greeley, Greeley, all the
"Time," "No Prospect of a Third Candl
"dato,1' etc., etc. .
Tho 'Post' says: 'The conviction is
cvorywhoro forcing Itself upon tho Oer
tnitln ill nt lift tiflLwceii Horace Greeley
and Ulysses S. Grant, thoro can bo no
question among them, ond that every veto
Greeley loses, Grant gains."
ti,,. sli. Vrnni-ltco 'Democrat' (liberal)
accepts Horace Greeley at tho candidate
of tho liberal party:
"Although n high tariff man. Greeley
Is tho first to propose that tho dhcusslon
of tho tariff quettlon should bu left to
the vurious congressional districts. Ho
wu ona of tho first advocates of universal
amnesty. HI great talents nro univer
sally aetaiowlcdgod. His eccentricities nro
tllO grollnU WorK Ol III pupumrn in inn
own state. Thu Germans remember how
well und openly tho' Tribune ' defended
their cause during tho French-Gormuli
war. When tlio rulers in iisiiiiigton
could not conceal tholr hatred against
German v. while tney worolio'tilng franco
by selling her arms und in other ways,
while the vagabond American bummer
gcncrols were slandering us, anu our en
tlro diplomatic comm. with thu exception
of Bancroft, wero uluyini! into tho hand
of tno French, Greeley und his 'Tribune '
openly und effectively entered Into thu
Oemun caue. While tho Whitu IIouo
hated us. Greeloy wot our friend. This
will not bo forgotten in tho present cam-
scat by tho managing politicians of his
party, nro so many proors thai ttie Cincin
nati nominations havo turned the heads
of tho administration politicians, who are,
like drowning men, tatcning at straws.
If the political wire-pullers wero con
vinced that they would gain an advantago
bv throwing Grant overboard, they would
oiler him as a sin-offering without a mo
ment's licitation. Hut urani is wuu uio
present policy of tho regular republican
party so Intimately Identified, that thuy
cannot got rid of him without compromis
ing ihcmtolvct and laying open ino ioui
spots of the party. They havo so often
pro:lulmcd Grant ns their leader, that they
cannot take him from tho front If thoy
Our Homo Advortisors.
Louisville 'Anxolgor' (democrat)
tStr A Terre Haute boy of 1H has laid
up $0,290 the product of his own indus
try and shrewdness In small financial
the senior member of the above firm, who
was hero for n fow hours. Also Henry D,
Halllduy, and Samuel Orr, Eiq. Tho
last namod gentleman narrowly escaped
a serious accident in thu sleeping car mi
tho way up, but says bo oscnpod un
scathed. As over,
Ice Cream has beconio tho Institution
of thu season, and Phil Baup'a thu most
popular in tho city. His saloon hat bo
come, In fact, Ice cream headquarters, nnd
it is not tho fashion to cat tho luxury any.
whom else. It I kept with scrupulous
euro, is neat und tidy, and the presence of
no questionable character is permitted in
it. Mr. Ssup has, alv, always on hand
fresh cakes of all kinds, candle, notions,
toys, Ac, and deserves a continuation and
an increase of the popular favor In which
his establishment Is held. C7dtf
That it is not to bo denied that tho
nomination of Greeley finds more favor
among thu democrats than could have been
sutioiised liiimcdlatelyafter thu convention.
And it also appears that tho liberal Ger
man press ure far from unanimous In re
proaching tlio nomination, rnnii un ii
seems already quite probable that there
will bo a democratic Indorsement of tho
Tho Galveston (Texas) 'Union, (regular
republican,) says :
'Wo observe that tho platform which
thu convention adopted, cont'ilni nil thu
principles which lie at the foundation of
the great republican party. For these
ideas wu have long worked, and uliull
henceforth defend and (.dvunce them with
no less warmth than In tliu past. The
name of Uoruce Greeley, the candid ate of
tho convention, Is synuiiymous with pulit
ical honesty mid public virtue. Greeley
lias duno more for reform than any other
political man of our day. It would bo
impo3iblo,.to find, in thu way of political
honesty, utmoru fitting standard-bearer in
the coming contest than tho philosopher
of tho Tiibunu.' That wo will heartily
givo our support to such a candiduto does
not need limber nssurancu."
Tho New Orleans 'Deuttch Zuitung (in
dependent) says :
' Greeley's nomination has made a very
favorable impression on a very largo ma
jority of the nation. The Germans of tho
west bad tlxcu in ineir minus muianomer
man was to be tho ctndidute, und thir
dissatisfaction wus not grounded in prin
ciple soiDiuch us personality ; but with
Schurz as a leader thoy aro much too hon
est and conscientious to give up thu re
form movement simply beciuisu their fuvor
ito candidate was not nominutod. The
German opposition, however, It not near
so bad as the Grunt import. maUo it out."
Tho ew iork 'Journal' (democrutlc)
"Tlio American people aro rond or
change, und il would bo no wonder if
thuy permit the general nnd lawyers to
stand uiido und ulected u liuwspupur man.
Greeley h honest beyond doubt, bus been
an active politician, bus hud no reward,
and it would bo but natural tnul tho peo
ple should now testify theli appreciation
of his merits by electing him president.
it lines some uiiiigi iu ui.iiku, oiu mucu
to pruisu in Greeley, und doe not turret
ono thing, that the 'Tribune' bus been the
Tho New Jersey 'Prole Zeltung
(republican) sees in thu nomination of
Greeley somo bopo of tho publication of
tho republican party. It due not forget
his services und abilities.
Tho Buffalo ' Democrat ' (dem.) says :
"Tho Ciueinnati convention hut proved
that the republicans uru not all blind par
ty adherent, and that tho opposition to
Grant, and the turning to Greeley, Is not
alone a personal matter. Ono thing is
certain, that if Horace Greoluy und U. S.
Grant uro the only candidates in tho field.
Greeloy will bo olectod by or. overwhelm
Tlio Chicago 'Freie PrcjuJ (republican)
commends Greeley u a journalist ; ad
mires his unflinching principles, hi ad
vocacy of reforms und hi advanced posi
tion in favor of general amnesty. It du
tail many of his nets, which must warmly
attract thu Germans to his support.
Tho St. Charles 1 Democrat ' (republican)
will hum lily support Greeley ngulnsi
Tho Indiana 1 Staats Zoltung' (demo
"In everything that can fit n candiduto
for tlio presidency, Greeley I far above
Grunt, but Grant will bo re-elected with
out any sort of doubt If tint democratic
voto is withdrawn from Greeloy by nom
ination of astralghtout democratic ticket."
Tho Cleveland 'Republican' (republican)
"1 no only objection It can bear to uroe
ley from tho Gorman, is that he Is a tem
perance man. It admit thu fact, but can
not seo what a president has to do with
temporunco law. It bus Leard u good
many lie uhout Greeley, invented by tho
Grant rabble, which aro simply laughable.
For iUolf, it says thai Greoluy is i.s open
hearted, free-minded u man lis an Ameri
can cull bu."
Tho Chicago 'Union' (democrat) lias
heard from all sort of people mid papers
of all shades of politics. It says .
"Tho result of thi general expression
is to convince any ono that thu old party
machinery will go no longer, and tl.ut tho
people and pre nro becoming emancipa
ted. It bus decided thut in case tlio dem
ocratic national convention indorse tho
Cincinnati candidate, to support thoni
with nil its might."
Tho Davenport 'Democrat' (republican)
" Slnco tho Cincinnati nominations, the'
Grant press hat been playing such horri
ble music tho pooplo huvo been obliged to
stop their ears. Thoy would havo done
tho very samo thing had Adams, or Trum
bull, or anybody elso been nominated.
Tho noise for anybody was ready. Tho
noiso of tho Grunt press does not surprlso
us at all."
The Pittsburg Volksblatt ' (republican)
says : " Although we would have prefer
"red Adams, we conslderGroeley tho
"strongest candidate." It proceeds to
compare the two candidates, and gives
NEW GOODS'! NEW GOODS!
A Largo and Select Stock of
BOOTS. SHOES AND SLIPPERS
Just received at tho
CITY SHOE STORE.
CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE CITY
Fashionable Boots and Shoes,
Embracing tho very latest slylss of
LADIES MISSES' & CHILDREN'S
WALKING A PARLOR SHOES AND
Kilsson, Juniatta's & Bismark
TIES AND WALKING BOOTS.
Also a Tirjr choice, select and varied llae of
Mines' and Children's Pearl Colored,
French Kid, Foxed Forgo and
Morocco Shoes und Slippers.
OB.STI.EMEN ANII YOUTH'
BROLASKI'S, HAND MADE CUS
TOM WORK BOOTS, PRINCE
AD BERTS. CONGRESS
With a full line of SLIPPERS, a specialty
liu not nut III" opportunity whenever pre
sented, hut rail. Krrtj one la nolivllrU lo eiim
itnlne their Hue Min'k of K,,0'l. 51S-GI,
Our Homo Advortisers.
W. II. MOHKIfl, M.
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Klgbty Mile the Short! Konte
TO ST. LOUIS.
NO CHANGE OF CABS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indlnnnnll, Tnlt-'lu,
JftMlt, Clevrlaud, NIKr Fulls,
HiiUhIh, I'MIMiiug, W4hiiiKt'D,
likltitnore, 'hiliulcl(ihlii. New York.
uoiioii and all puialsea.i
Hin In eNo the only iilrect route to
Dei-nlur, llliioirilnyton, Hptmel.l,
l'.oria, Uulnov, Keokuk,
Ilurl'iitilnn, I.ik'Ic Mind, Lh Pulle,
.MhimIuIii, Iilsun, Freeporl,
(inlenu, DMhiiie, Mum illy,
Oninh und all point nnrlliwut.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Curs
un an ri(;iit Trains.
lIutgKKe Chrrkil io all important points.
Kur licken nml Information, apply to I. C. R.K.
ilfput -it aim; n bci.ird tn trauait tniner he
tMMfii Coliunljin nnd Cairo, nml t tne prlnolpil
lunest ille, Mailiton.
St. Paul aud all point) uortn.
If you want tho best board in tho
city call at tbw Court Houta Hotel.
re,A!,0U for Uportinir Greeloy,
Die Cincinnati Cuurtar' (
"The oftBn rpllnld rnrw, fit (lint fSf.nf
will either voluntarily deolina tho nomln
ation, or will be induced to Uko a back
rnilroa tick, I ntlk'H thronislioiit thn toutli
W. I'. .11)11 NiON. Ueu'l l'm. AK't. Chioato.
A. Mitciirii., (ivn'l Hup't. Chicago,
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. It,
On and lifter Monday, April 24th, 1872,
triiiiis win run as ioiiows
IHilMI UOINI SOl'TIICAIT.
Lenre Vlrtinla 0:10 c m l'J:rp.iu
" HpruiHilelil a.'.'o a.i "
,' 'r)Urvill....lu.',J SM '
Arrive nt t'ana 11.10 .17 "
TRAINS UJIMI NUKTIIWtM,
Lcnvu I'.in.i 4.MI ii, m
" Tuilornlle I. to "
Arrive lit Sprmiitlei.ti.lS 11
Learn HprinjfleliL n.'il "
prinillelll K.!M " 0.1H
Arrive ( Victim " S.15 "
8 0 U T II K It N V I V I h I O N .
TBAtVS OIIISO POVriUADT,
Lrnve Kdgwooil B.r.0 a. in. lo.lOp, in,
r l jrn h.'j.'.
Arrive in Hhawueel'ii Z '.l'i
UUAT NTH HEN.
o kali a i
0 RO C K KI K B,
Ouo Lkvkk i : Caiuo, III.
ni Has eaimrtLV riLiso,
HE Alt KSTA'I'i: AUK.M'V,
C. WINSTON Si CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND l-LOOIl) OHIO LKYIE,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELB
Aadpctpsr Cenveyancss of Kinds!
FIRE AND MARINE
A.ei...... . .......ajoo,ooo
NIW XXOLAXI) MUTUAL, UTX,
Assets ........ . ,( 00,000
ANCHORD FIRE AND MARINE
Of St. Louis.
Eollcliiall kladi of risks.
ocliJlf. Agent, Cairo, Illinois.
Our Homo Advertisers.
FIRE AND MARINE
i nsr s u . 3sr o :e
NIAGARA, H. Y.,
Asset l,U,ttS li
QERMASIA, N, V.,
Asii l.OCS.TIl 7
Assets .. .,;26 Mi 00
IlErUliLIC, H. Xn
' 7lt,U 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Afcenvy.
YO.VKliRS, X. Y.,
- 178 4(1 Jl
- 4S3.tM a
vxukukn's yvuv, a. r.,
Aj,et.. 078.SOO Ot
BK.CUR1TY, N. Y. MARINK,
At 1,432,815 00
Htore, Dwelling", Furniture, Hulls mid Car
Rner, insured ut rale at favoratil touad. tier
insnrnt "tciirlty will wxrrant.
1 renneytfully ak of tliu cltlsens ot Cairo, a
thtreof tht'ir putronaKe.
OUORN, MANlf a KTOi
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DKPOT
13 TXMTH STBIIT,
Doera, Haak, BUsida, Monldlaa;a,
EnveU alters, (wossel) Window siasd IHsor
'rsiassw, rioorlsia;, lMth,
NblUKlea, Claaed sjMh, OUaosl Mldo
LtKista, CUaed TrstasMissa,
HmU Wdlslita, mU pBmM Mt corda
Bllsid rsMtniaKa, Koav
rM. Hooan. csssesst, riMsorlsi
Vmpmr, Vmrjut gtUt Whtu
t-ssd, Uad oil. Am.rle.. Wl.d.w
CIIsum, EtiBllab andrraaest
PUtsi UIsm, PHlly, tllaaler ..
W- JoUa's IiAproTed HiuAug alwss so
The Illinois Central Rail Road Compsay sow
ofierfor lala th rollowlngdeKrlbed lots la tlrs
Addition to the City of Cairo, vlsi
Lot S7 block 20. Lot tt block .
" IS " , !I7 12,
A " SJ, ' tS ' St,
s sit, si at,
.i s r . si at.
orterms.et. apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
largest variety stock ih thk city.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Craar r lssetaitss atroatasid Cosat.
-30tt. C. O. P ATI Ell.
(Suceesur to P. Baup.)
WHOLESALE Si RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
VI Commercial Avenue,
I will sell at Public Auction, tn lh hlfhsst
bidder. JT K()U CASII.-tBSIwltfiout reserve, at
the factor.' Uulldlcx of
EICHOFF & BROS.,
On Waslilneton Aenu, In the City f Cairo,
Illinois, comneneloit oa
Tuesday, May 28th, 1872,
At 10 o'clock A. M., and continuing from day lo
oW't'ie'd' an3 tiSS$tf A '" '
Huch ss nertstea ls, Kitchen Safes, Wardrobes,
guinea, Wash Maids, Tables. Chain. Burets
ilattran.es. Ac. Also about 40,000 feet of
WALNUT AND OTHER LDMBER,
Dresxedamt Uudressed. A laree lot of Hard
SiY'l 0la.",,,,, VsrnUh., Window "ilS.
Bi nds, Machinery, o. .The property to be
oldbelnuall of ih articles contained la lb.
r,K'? rorn tura Manufacturing Eeubllshiaenl
InBoutliern 1IIIloI, which was, at the llrae It
passed Into the hands ot the undersied, la
auccesetul operation. Particular atuntlon to
dealers in furniture Is called, ae this otters the
best ol opportunities to replenish their stock.
JnUN a TflRMaM
Receiver of Elobos) A BriDt
A An stock of Washes, Clocks, Jewelry, tad
Bpevlaeies. Partinilar attention alvea to all
,k-,a.,ofn,telf repalrlaa-. Tha publTo ara solioi
led to call and compare price aud shsrcee Ttlola
ksui for Karl Eimniermsa'a lebraMuVstUs
As ; Mwatekibwan equal to aur.aVd ii.
watches a apeolalty train aay dtst(B. Ji 51