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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1872
JOHN H.OHKHLY. Editor nnd IMbllaher.
Mat 24, 1872,
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY HULLKTIK.
John II. Oberly Co. have reduced the tub.
arrlplion priro of the Weekly Cairo Bulletin to
OnWMrT'"'i,",m'm,t,nfl " 'he cheapest pa
'per published In Southern Illinois.
Horatio Seymour has written a letter
to Hon. B. !3. Cox, advising Baltimore to
nominate Greeley. ? .
Ik Dayton, Onio,'thelncreao in the
number of tmall-pox cases this woek over
that of last week, Is eighty,
Prat where yen nee Hint while but
t'nlll the foe in dowMt .
And he the word nlnnai the line,
Ureelejr and Urate Brown."
of Now York ;
ron tick president,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
lr the Gkruaxb Intend to Yolo against
Greeley bccatito ho it ft tomperanco man,
as the radicals Insist they will, will they
voto for Grant becauso ho It not a tcmpcr-
anco man ?
AVe, tho Liberal Rcpublicani of tho
United States in Convention assembled at
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following princi
ples ns essential to just government:
HEAD INK IT CM IIITRIED.
1. "Wo rccognlzo tho equality of all
men beforo tliu law, nnd hold that it is
the duty of tho government in Its dealings
with the people to moto out EQUAL AN D
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
COLO It OH PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OK POLITICAL.
2. AVE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTKENTU AMENDMENTS OF
3. "Wo demand tho immedlato and al
folutc removal of all disabilities imposed
on account of tho rebellion which was
finally subdued sovon years ago, bclioving
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
liEMOCHATIC TO THE COKE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard the
rights of all citizens moro securely than
any centralized power. The pcoplo and
fho public wolfaro requiro tho SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY 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 tho stuto self-government,
and for tho nation n return to
the methods of peace and Uio constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TRUE AN PKEACHIXti."
0. Tho civil servico of tho government
has become a moro instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and an
object of fdfish greed. It is n scandal
and reproach upon free institutions, nnd
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tho
perpetuity of republican government.
THEUEFUKE A WISE DEMAND.
C. Wo therefore regard a THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
as one of the most pressing necessities of
the hour; that honesty, capacity and fldoV
ity constitute tho only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that tho offices of tho
government cease to be a matter of nrbl
trary favoritism and patronage, and that
public station become, again tho post of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
AT1VELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAKll'F Ql'ENTIOSi SHOVED ABIDE
7. Wo demand n tystctn of federal tax
alion which shall not unnecessarily inter
fere with the industry of the pcoplo, and
which shall jirovi lo thu meant necessary
to pay mo expenses 01 tno government,
economically udmintatorod tho pensions.
the interest on the public dobt and a mod
erate annum reduction or the principal
thereof, and recognize that thoro are in
our midst honest but Irreconcilable dif
ferences of opinion with regard to tho re
spective systems of protection nnd freo
trade. WE REMIT THE DISCUS
SION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICT8, AND THE DECISION OF
CONGRESS THEREON, WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTERFER
ENCE AND DICTATION.
8. Tho public credit must be sacredly
maintained, nnu wo ubhuukoe RE
PUDIATION in every form and guise
HIK or TIIK TRUE METAL.
0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS it demanded
alike by the highest consideration! of coin,
tnerclal morality and honest government
A WORD FOR THE HOLUIEK 1IOYH
10. Wo remember with gratitude tho
sacrifices of the soldiers and sailors of the
republic, nnd no act of ours shall ever
detract from tholr justly eurned fame, or
uiu mil ruwnrua ut bueir j'uiriuwsui.
AVAUflT, LAND ROBBER I
11. We are opposed to all further grantt
of land to railroads or other cornorutluna.
THE PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD UK
HELD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET-
LIBERAL, FOREIGN POLICY.
12. We hold that It it tho duty of tho
- government in its Intorcouno with foreign
nntlont to cultlvato friendships of pcaco
VJ .v.i,i,K ..nil on ulr ftnu 0qUR
to""'. 'eKrding It alike dishonorable
either to demand what it not right or sub
mit to what it wrung.
lfc F6r the promotion and motets of
1 41 Pr'nclP the support of
U candidate nominated by this cotiven
tion, Wt) Invite and cordially welcome tho
oo-operkUon of all patriotic citUent, with,
bat ragard to pwlous politlsal affiliation
The Cincinnati Enquirer gives tound
ndvico to tho democracy of Its state, to-
wit: "Wo would not adviso tho democ
racy of Ohio to telcct presidential candi-
1 dates at delegates to Baltimore. What
'wo want Is entirely disinterested persons,
1 who have no interests to be forwarded or
objects to bo gained against the party
nnd tho country.
Hon. W.W. O'Brien of Peoria writes
n letter In which ho says: "As to tho "po
1 Itttcal situation," I am froo to say that I
1 think tho democracy mutt support "Old
'Oreoloy," that is, If thoy act on tho
principle of choosing tho least of two
1 evils, and dcslro to keep united as n great
'political clement of tho country."
Hon. Bernard Arntzkn, of Qulncy,
n prominent and Influential German dom
ocrat, writes to tho Chicago 'Tribune'
"Although as a democrat, I cannot agree
' with many of Mr. Greoloy's political
theories, yet I shall, in November noxt
i vote with pleasuro and prldo for tho Bon
Franklin of our generation, regardless of
tho nction of nny political convention."
not regard the Indorsement of Mr. Oreoloy
at Baltimore "A dlsgracoful suicide." If
Mr. Voorhecs would lend hit car for a mo
ment, we would say to him that,' In our
humble, uncongrcttlonal opinion If tho
domoctntlc party, with nil tho advantages
at present at its command, pormtls tho
Grant administration to bo fastened upon
tho country for four years more, It will
commit n suicide far mero certain, and
many times moro disgraceful, than that
which in contcmnlatlon annuls him. If
it is simply a question of tulclde, let us
chooso the most rational method. Cincin
OUR SURRENDER TO ENGLAND.
Mr. Greei.ey'h lottor of acceptance Is
just what was expected of tho nomlnoe of
tho Cincinnati convention it it a patri
otic and democratic document, which
stamps the writer ns a man whoso head
and whoso heart mako him eminently fit
to bo the president of tho United States.
Tiio letter will add to tho enthusiasm al
ready felt for tho liberal ticket find fas
ter Its friends and compel tho respect of its
The METUorons 'Jouns'AL sees hopo
ahead for Grant, becauso the Chicago
Times,' August Bolmont, and A. II.
Stovcns will not support Greeley. Not
withstanding their opposition, tho lido hat
set In strongly In favor of Greeley, and It
is now nno of tho most probable of tho
probabilities of tbo future, that ho will bo
nominated at Baltimore. Tbo manoeuvres
of tho 'Timet,' Belmont nnd Stovcnt will
then bo as impotent to prevent his elec
tion, as thoy wcro to prevent hit nomination.
The radical i-ahty is endeavoring to
mako capital out of tho fact that Oreoloy
says ho will withdraw from tho presiden
tial contest in tbo event of a nomination
being made at Baltimore, and uro offering
tho democrats much superfluous advice
about preserving tholr self-respect, not be
ing made instruments to elect u rcpub
lican, etc. Greeley has tho sonse to fore-
too that without thorough co-operation be
tween the democrat and libcruls, neither
he nor any other opposition candidato to
Grant can be elected, and prefers, of
course, the abandonment of tho contest in
tho beginning, to going through n laborious
and anxious campaign only to bo defeated
at tho closo. We cannot regard Mr. Groe-
loy's intention to withdraw in caso nomi
nations aro made at Baltimore, in tho light
of r threat toward tho democracy. It it
a precautionary exercise of wisdom which
ho, or any othor candidato tlmllarly situ
ated, would bo Justified in performing
A reformed DRUNKARD and gamblor
who flourishes somewhoro in tho cst,wbose
surname is Doo,and whoso christian name
is Robort, hat announced his intention, af
ter "careful and profound" deliberation, to
cast hit voto for Gen. Grant. "Mr. Doo,"
tayt tho radical paper which contains tho
interesting and important information,
"loves his follow-man nnd hopes to bo in
' strumcntal in tho hands of God in reform
ing the poor drunkard." What connec
tion the now-fledgod philanthropist, who
rejoices in tho name of Doo, tcci between
"reforming tho poor drunkard" nnd vot-
ng for Gen. Grant, wo are not told, but
Doo understands hlmsolf, of course, and
all good peoplo will wish him success in
hit reformatory labors. If Doo is to be nn
instrument in thohandt of God In reform-
Ing tho poor drunkard, let him voto for
Grant by all menus, and If Grccloy should
bo elected, Grant shouldn't disappoint
Doo't effort! by falling Into old habits.
Mr. Voouukeh bus supplemented his
late Indiscretion by a letter to an old
Terre Hauto friend, Judge llrlggs. Ho
reiterates hit hostility to Mr. Greeley, but
announce! thut he will under no clreum
stances support Grant. "I shall stand by
my tinccro and life-long principles," tayt
tho Sycumoro. "If for this course I urn to
be condemned," ho continues, "I am en
tlrely content. I would not take any
other for all the honors tho world hat to
give." This it highly dramatic and
sacrificial. It It a sad tight to teo a man
to wedded to principle that ho will not
yield a prejudice or two to save the
country. Wo can lay our hands on demo,
cratt who havo been at actlvo in the
faith at Mr. Voorbeet, who havo at keen
an appreciation of personal honor an gen
tlemen from tho Wabash region, who will
iKrom tho New York ExpreM.
If tho administration nover meant any
thing by Bancroft Davis' claim for conse
quential damages, and never expected ono
Dennv from tills claim, is it, after all, so
much of a backing out to say so 7 Tho
whole thine I: not only a blomlsh, but n
blotch, and this Is the great objection to
the treaty, Every step taken, from tho
originul misunderstanding, has bcon from
bad to worse. It it almost Impossible to
rcallzo how a treaty could have boon signed
at Washington, with nny clauso In It, or
In accoptcd corrcspondenco Icadlnc to it.
with such n bono of posslblo or probnblo
contention in lit very center. A no nigh
commissioners and the senate may well
tnko blame to thcmsolvcs. If it can bo
put in a decent shapo nnd recommended
wo shall heartily rejoice. Wo havo no
inch hostility to General Grant und hit
administration as to desiro for ono mo.
men I to too a treaty rejected, becauso tho
the cllect will bo to inturo tno adminislra
Hon or tho dominant party. The country
beforo party, anu peace nnd good will be'
foro international strife, whatever tho ml
vantneo to party. Let the treaty not
stand or full on party grounds, nor bo de
feated by u pretenso as to claims, nor by
nny sort o: jugglery.
MORI THAN CAN II K 1IONORA1ILY GRANTED.
From the lloston AdTertiser
Tho laiiRuntfu of tho treaty it capnhlo of
a construction that wo rocede from a posi
tion In which, as Mr. Fish has shown, wo
wcro nuito within our richt. This wo havo
not done, nnd this wo ought not to do. It
it moro than England ought to ask, nnd it
is more than wo can honorably grunt. Wo
regret alto that tho principlo it not put in
form, liko tho threo rules of tho Treaty,
and submitted jointly by tho governments
Willi n retrospective enect- At the treaty
reads, wo promito to do something; En
gland makes no promito whatever. A
ireuly bctweon two friondly nations should
show u consideration given by ono govern
ment lor what is promisod by tus other, in
. . .1 ! - . ...l.t A II 1..
mis ircaiy more is a uoio wuuoui n-vniue
received." Tho scntonco it cnpablo of be-
intr nut in much nioru acceptable thane.
and it should bo re.nodeled beforo our gov
ernment accedct to it.
AT ALL EVENTS HAVE THE TREATY.
From t ! Plnlftilelphia Inquirer.
Wo aro asked to withdraw a claim that
was never lust, wiso nor cenerous, and
thnt never was in harmony with tho
treaty. Briofly, wo nro asked to do that
which It is right to do, and wo owo it to
our honor as n nation to do it. This is
not the time for tho censure of mon, nor
tho sticking to u point too nicoly. Tho
graver question, whether or not tho treaty
shall "bo saved, it beforo tho sonato. If
the president wcro wrong In permitting
tho claims for indirect damages to go Into
our "caso," he Is right now in asking that
they sball bo withdrawn, nnd every in
stinct of probity, and every material in
terest of tho couutiy demand that the sen
ate shall sink all loss important issues and
help him to correct Ills egregious mistake
LET OUR HONOR UK rUEHERVED.
From the llonton Post.)
Thu honor of tho country is tho first
thought in thu mind of every American
citizen. Whatever is lost, let thut bo sa
credly proserved. Next to that comet tho
substantial considerations of commerce
nnd trade, of a money market unshaken
bv scbemlni' rumors nnd ot international
relations crowing continually firmer and
closer. Tho Indirect claims aro nothing
more than a sentiment at best; und it
need not tako long to decldo whothcr It is
wise, statctuianllko, practical and humane
to adhcro to them at tho cost of the treaty.
From the PhllailtlphU l'rem.
There has been no backdown, for
Sccrotary Fish admitted, substantially, in
tho early part of the correspondence, that
tho Washington government did not ex
pect a largo money indemnity, but only n
tettiomont ot tho question and tho es
tablishment of a rule which should guide
botn nnllont in sucu cases nereaiter.
honco tho aulhorlUoi were Justified In ro-
PUCorrc8np'ondenl-There hate been many
wonderful ttorici oimiuv n-y--
working powort, Mr. ureoioy, nnu
should like to atk if thoy aro truo 7
Mr. Greoley 1 havo workod vory hard
In my tlmo, bull mean to rcttmore In
future I think I nvoraco a column nnd
ii half dally In tho 'Tribune' betides
nnswerlng a dozen or moro letters nnd do
ing othor outtldo writing. In tho prcs
dential canvass of '40, however, I rccol-
eot averaging four columnt uaiiy, nnu nv
i.oiimn ,rthn Fonlmore Coonor trial, I
wrote n full roport, comprising six col
umtit, in ono day, besides my other work.
Correspondent Didn't you rest any
after sucli sovcro spoils 7 ,
Mr. Oreoloy No (ramcr pminuveij;,
I haven't had much rest in my life.
Knmn reference boini? maclo to nno of
tho current ttorios nbout the coming can
didato, ono of the party asked: "Is that
truo 7" to which Mr. Urceloy nnswcrcu:
"Oh, I don't lnqulro If anything is truo
or not nowadays, but just put It Into tho
'Tribune' ntonce. wo navn got io nrim
Ho continued with tho only touch or as
porlty which I heard him utter during the
"Evcrv llttlo while some fellow who nl-
mvayt was insolvent, and whoso notes can
bo bought lor twcniy-uvo corns on ma
dollar at nny tlmo, complains inai mt.
Greolnv Is so had a business manager nnd
la not to bo trusted on thnt account. If
nnv unn can find inv minor floating
around at n discount, or my debts unpaid,
I'll admit tho truth of this charge, but not
Ho added further that many of tho
stories told nbout blm wcro now to him
and moro fabrications ; and, then, in or
der to refuto ono of thorn, namely, that he
always went to sleep In church, ho oiiorcd
to mako n trial with anv ono present as to
whother thoy could repeat tho text of the
lust two sermons which hud been heard,
and triunintiuntlv did so himself, though
none of tiio party wcro nblo to do tho
same. This contest oi memories cnuscu
much nmusement, and discomtltted every
ono except Mr. Greeley.
Hit nructlcul mind was shown many
timet through tho day by lilt inspection
nnd criticism of thu work done by his
bailiff, and bvthu directions for tho future.
Ho observed everything that wns going
on nnd nit ordort woro clour nnd direct
He soundly rated hit mnn for not prun
ing tho trees moro evenly, nnd uUo fur
letting n farm hand dig post holes with n
spado when ho had an implement mudu
especially for that purposo, while his oyo
whs quick to tee other instancet of neglect
oi tils directions.
THE ELECTORAL VOTE OK 187J.
Tho following table exibltt the electoral
vote In tho contctt or I87Z, with a stuto
mont of tho popular majority in tiio tame
states in 1808:
Our Homo Advertisers.
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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 the vory latest styles of
LADIES' MISSES' & CHILDREN'S
WALKING & PARLOR SHOES AND
Nilsson, .Tuniatta's & Bismark
TIES AND WALKING ROOTS.
ANon erjr choice, icled and vantil Hue of
Mipecd' nnd Children's Pearl Colored,
brcncli Kid, roxed fccrgo and
Morocco Shoes und Slippers.
GENTLEMEN AND YOUTH'S
IJROLASKI'S, HAND MADE CUS
TOM WORK BOOTS, PRINCE
A I) BERTS. CONORKSS
With n full lino of SLIPPERS, n specialty
I)o not ml th opportunity whenrrer pro
fcntiil, hut cull, Krrj one nolicllrd lo im
linluo their floe Moek of jjoocl., S-l.Vct.
Our Homo Advertisers.
W. II. MUURIS,
Mo. Pub. and IT. aV Com
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
AiiuiunoT, Aiir iv,
Assets fi,U9,tOt VI
KOitTH AMERICA, PA.,
Asset H,783,000 00
Atseti !,M,J10 72
Asifti f t.NI.UI
Assets 1,M3,8 17
Asset 1)13,1,73 St
Aftseta IMS,'? 3
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Asset ISOO.OUJ to
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Atsetn t,U00,0ia on
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, 1.1 KK AND
Aucls t,LWQ 00
RAILWAY PAtUENOKRH A-fcUltANCE
Asieto fVrt.unO OO
AMKhi ICV.MI 00
S AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Lave,
Clt; Nation! Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
tote, 1C7J. ninj.
AlatiatiM. 3 4.-Ji
ArkantK ; .Va
Connecticut o 4 PM
llliiiow 11 41, Wo
Mill ne 'J
Michigan - U
MIiiiih otn A
New Jhthhv- u
New York M
North Carol lb to
Khoilfl Inland - 4
South Carolina 7
Wr.t Virginia- &
GREELEY AT OHAPPAQUA.
A TALK AHOUT AGRICULTURE
AND OTHER MATTERS OF
New York WorlU .Clmjipnqua CorreonJenoe
Correspondent Mr. Greeley, I had no
Idea that your larm was halt to iicuutitul
as it it. Nono of the accounts I huvu read
nbout it gave mo uuy adequato idea of itt
Mr. Greoloy That wat becauso thoy
wcro writton by follows liko Mark Twain,
who nevor taw the piaco.
Correspondent Hus It really boon prof
itable, then 1
Mr. Orseloy No, I don't pretend to
tay that; hut of lato years it bat paid ex
penses, nnu out lor certain teniiinontui no
tions of mine, it might havo dono better
still. You taw In my barn, I presume,
my old Alderney oow, which 1 bought six
tcon yeart ugo, when she was already six
years old. Sho it now usolest and decrep
it, but I still keep hor allvo, becauso my
wife tayt tho hat given milk to our child,
ren and the thiill not be killed. These
tort of idem eott nionoy, and mutt bo taken
into account. ,
At anothor time Mr. Greoloy described
tome of tho Improvements which he hat
iiihuu in tho itarui, ty wnicn itt vaiuo nat
been much Increased ; but these will be
llftftnrll.A.l A. II.. t.A.AAn.
-v.kMUUI lliuiu IUII1 IIVIVDUVI,
Mr. Greoloy told several nnocdotct
about noted American publio men, which
iinoiiou io witii mucii interest, nnu
which well illustrated hit marvelous
memory. Ho characterised Lincoln und
Andy Johnson In a very happy manner.
"Lincoln," ho taid, "wat not a man of
much personal dignity, but ho learned
well and faster than any statesman wo
over had. lilt death was in reality a
great blessing, at wo never could have
got along without Andy Johnson. Wo
had to have tomo one whom tho South
erner! hated worto than tbo niggers to
mako them civo the blackt their rluhts.
otherwise they nover would have grunted
them tho suflrtge with nny good grace,"
Again he spoko of tho, anti-slavery
proclamation! of Fremont and General
l'holpt at Now Orleans, remarking that
they were both morally "right, but that
their authors infringed on the powert of
the government by liming them, nnd
Necesniiry to choice, 17tf.
The total vote for President in 18C8 was
r.,033,801, of which Seymour had 2,048,830,
and Grunt 2,0&'i,08t, a popular majority
for Grunt of but :i:t6,201. Tho battle Held
of the campaign will be In Connecticut, II
liliois, Indlunii, Alabama, Arkurisus, Nr
tiruska, iNow loru, Pennsylvania nnu
TIIK IMl'OhTANT Ml'LOMATIO COHKEH-
poniiknck or John hull and Jona
From tho Philadelphia Age.
Tho following corrcspondenco shows tbo
present condition of n long dispute be
tween two neighbors :
Dkau Bull: Snmo time ngo your
wagon ran into my buggy, at the turupiku
gate, and broke ono shaft and knocked
tour tpokes out of tho left wheel. What
uro you going to do about it? Truly
yours, Jonathan Smith.
Dear Smith : I don't sen that I ought
to pay the damage dono by tho wagon.
In I'act, 1 hud lent it to n relation of yours.
But, at you say I um responsible, I agree
to leave it to Hunt Bicitmun, who keeps
thu toll-gnto, lo tay whether I ought to
puy thedumiigo. Yours truly,
Dkar Bull: I ngroo to leave it to
Breitmun. Truly yourt,
Dkau Smith: I went to Brcltman't
this morning, and hu showed mo tho bill
sent in by Mr. Shad, your attorney. Ho
tayt that by the injury to your buggy you
woru stopped from going to town, whero
you might have inaao $500,000 by a spec
ulation iu mess pork. He but put in it bill
of $oOO,007.60. I would not object to thu
$7.60 fur repair! to tho buggy, but tho
rest of the claim it ridiculous. Yours,
Dkau Sir; It don't uiakoany dill'eronco
about thu amount of my bill. Wo liavu
left it to Brcllman to tay whut't right.
Yourt, Jonathan Smith.
Deah Sir: I will not leuvo any such
claim to Breitman ; ho can not understand
It; Indeed, hu hardly understands English
and might give a smashing award agaiiitt
mo on your ridiculous claim. Yours
truly, John Bull.
Dkar Bull: Don't let us quarrel about
it. My attorney's clulm doet teem to bo
ridiculous. All my friends toll mo to.
Let ut both tay to llroltman that it it
ridiculous, and thun leave the mutter to
him. Yourt truly,
Dear Sin: SInco you admit It It ridic
ulous, vouiuuu hotter witnuruw it. I will
pay anything that Breitman tuyt for ro
nuirlnir tho buggy, but will not nut It in
any fellow's power to bankrupt me,
XOUrt, UlC., JOHN hull.
Sik: If I woro to withdraw my claim,
people would laugh at mo. I ttick to it,
if It it rldlculout. D n tho buggy; I
will loto the monoy on it. Not at ull
yourt. Jonathan Smith.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
100 Ml I in (he Mhos-teat llonte
KlKhtyfMlIe tho Shortest Itoute
NO CHANGE OP CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indinnapoll, Toledo,
Lieiron, uereiauu, Niagara ram,
HuHalo, I'ltlebuik, WtahliiKtoD,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
notion nnu hu point ea.i.
Milvtiuikle, Junearille, Ma.lUon,
LaCromo, at. Paul anil all points north
i hia la aUo the only direct route to
Dwatur, IlluomlnKton, Npringetd,
I'.orla, quincr, KVikuk,
Burlington, Buck lalind, I.a Halle.
Mt-nilota, liiion, Krffpurl,
tialrna, Dubuque, Hour City,
Omaha aud all oiuta northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Cart
On nil Night Trulnt.
Ilaigage Checked toall Important point.
For tlrketa and Information, aiiuly to I. C. R.R.
di-iaitt airo; on hoard tno truant steamer be-
iwreu uoiuinuua ami Cairo, and at tne prlnclpil
, i.iiiiim , iiuR.i uiiii-n iiiruilKlloill l uuulll.
W. P. JOHNSON, Orn'l raa. Ag't, CI,lcao.
A. MiirmiL, (ien'l Hnii't, Chicago.
Tho Arlington Garden, n delightful
plato of retort, Is now ready for visitors,
Tcnlt liavo boon spread on te groon
tward, a high, cloto funco turroundt the
garden, nnd ladles M,d gontlemen may
enjoy the finest of ice cream nnd tho cool,
ett of lemonade, free' from the publio gwo.
t. H. Ellih, Prop r.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R
On and after Monday, April 2-tth, 1872,
trains win run at loiiowt
NORTH RUN DIVISION,
lauva oniNo oirnrT.
Lear VlrsInU C:lo u. m
' Hprlngtli'ld- 'j.-jo "
,' TyIorille 10 il "
Amw at 1'ana 11.1-.
TIUIM) IIDIVII NOHTIIWI T.
Leave Pana t.im u. in
" Talorvill 140 "
Arrive at 8pringtleld....l."
Leave Hrnifiell li.U 11
Arrive at Viiguna 8,'i") "
SOUTHERN 1) I V I H I O
THAIS O.IINU ast.'TIIUnT,
Lenvo IMgwood Ml a. ID.
Flora h.'Ju ,
Arrive at Mliuwueel'ii i.as 11
. 3;(K) '
.. 4 20
.. 6.17 "
..'1.33 a, in
..4 2(i "
.10,10 p, ni,
HARDY & OREENWOLD.
WAiiiixiiT'iN Ast!, Con, 7th StkitiT,
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Slisses' and Children's Gaitekh und
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy soil at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Exam ink.
, They are ulio prepared to tupply Ladica ami
(iciitleinon with the HF.ST OF UUOP WORK, at
figure j that defv comootillou, ft-latf
FIRE AND MARINE
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL, LIFE,
A"t - f,(bn,000
ANCHOR!) KIRK" AND MARINE
Of St. Loult.
Solicit all aiidsotaakf.
OCI27H. Agent, Cairo, lllinoii.
FIRE AND MARINE
I IT S TJ IS -A-O E
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
Aaaeta t,43C,!l U
C1ERUANIA, N. Y.,
Asaet I.OCS.Tll Tt
HANOVER, X. Y.,
Ameta no ui 00
UEI'UHLIC, N. V.,
Ataeta 714.M1 00
Comprialng the Underwriters' Akeiicy.
YONKKK.1, N. Y.,
Att 178 444
Aii.Hl .. 4j3,lV3 Zi
VIltKUKN'H FUND, H. V.,
Aaseti.. t..C7t.800 Ot
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Aela l,412.tla 00
Store. Dwellinx, Furniture, Hull and Car
aoea, inurei in raira a lH'rMi1 aouild, per
.rMini, win wrrlH.
I iepvtfiilly ak nt the citltena ot Cairo,
slmreof tlmir patronage,
c.n. limine n.
DOO UN. NANII, KTCi
Our Homo Adrertiuors.
CAIRO CITY COAL
(a prepared to aupply cuitomer with the beat
s quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDKRS left at llalllday Urns, office, 70 OHIO
I.KVEK, or at tho Coal Yard below the tit,
unariea natei, win rcoi'ive prompt attention.
THE TUU " UUIMTAHIi " Will U
aide ateamora at anv hour.
WOOD I WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An Chenp, II met Cheaper
than any wood dealer in Cairo. Leave orders
on the tlMtt at the Poalofflc and at Itoaa' coat
vara, on vouinierciai avenue, between TtntU and
yard, on Commercial avenue, between T
twelfth streets, Cairo, Illinoia. I kI
ineaaure and will eo,-d Hie wood up ird
MXttf-tf DF.NN18 H
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS SUPPLY DEPOT.
13J TENTH STREET,
Doom, Huh, Bllstda, Monl4ltitraf
Kve Ottttcra, (wood) Window tta4 lloar
Frames, rioarlns;, Lmtti,
MbIbrIos, aidsed Hub, OUnttd Hldt)
Ughtw, ttlmned Tmusbobm,
NtMb WelKhU, Hststa PoIUm sutd Cord
Blind rtutUBtatrn, toMnu
Fall, Hoaktaa; ccatemt, FUsterlag
Paptir, Carpet Felt, While
Lead, Uased Oil, American Wladew
OlatHt, EasjUsb aadFreaea
Plate Olasa, Pwtly, Olaaler'a Felats
K(Hewer .e. fint cai-a.,.
baud h' Improved Booflng alwat en
-qnqog - j
The Illinois Central Hail R.l Compiny now
oStrfor aal the following deicrlbeJ loia la Fira
Addition to the Cily el Cairo, vis t
Lot 27 block !. Lot It block .
II " W, " H7 " ,
. 6 ., w 2t W,
t U, " SI " H,
S " Si. ' SI S2.
ortrmi,el. apply to JAMEM JOHNSOK,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner or nineteenth street and Caen
(Succeaaor lo P. Kaup.)
WHOLESALE k RETAIL
FIRE "WORKS, TOYS,
101 Commeieial Avenue,
I will aell at Public Auction, to the hlht
bidder, tur FOR UAHII,- without reserve, at
the Factory llullding nf
EICIIOFF & BROS.,
On Wajhington Avenue, In the City af Cairo,
Illinois, commencing on
Tuesday, May 28th, 1872,
At 10 o'clock A. M., and continuing from day to
day until ail the urnparly It aold. A large lot
of Finished and Unflnisbed
Hiich as UediteaHi, Kitchen Hafea, . Wardrobes,
Loungea, Wash bta'idi, Tablea, Chairs, lluremi .
Mattraates, Ac. Also about 60,000 feet of
WALNUT AND OTHER LUMBER,
Dresaed and Undreaied. A large lot of Bard,
re, Ola.i, fully, Varnlihes, Window Hash,
Ul nu'. Maohlnerr, Ac The property to be
aold being all ot ihe article! contained In 4b
Larxeit K.irnUure Manufacturing Eatablishment '
InHouthein lllltoli, which waa, at the tin It
passed Into the hauda ot the undersnned, in
auccessful operation. 1'artioular attention o -dealers
in fiiruiture la called, aa thlt otters the
best ot opportunities to replenleh their stock.
JOUN Q. UARMAN. ,
Wtd Receiver of Elchofl Dnht
. A".!!i-ockS,JfrtfnM' c,0k- Jtwtlry.nnd
SfJSLfSr-:. ,Plrtl,!'"r atleatlon given (i all
agent for Karl Zimmerman's tslsbratdu watebsa.
-.ijV'0" ,n,X equal to nay, nnd x
- Wib' " 'a this market. iTsteatstlea
w atehts a tptcfnlty Him say dtajga, .at 4