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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1872
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Clreel Urssta Brown."
of New York j
FOR VtCC PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
of Mitiourl. '
Vo. lb Liberal Republicans of tbo
United Sulci In Convention assomuicu
Cincinnati; proclaim tbo following prlncl
pies at cHontlal to just government:
BEAD tHSVKH IIUBIKD.
I. We rccogtiizo tho equality of nil
men before tlie law, and bold thut It is
tbo duty of tbo government in it dealings
with the people to melo out EQUAL AN D
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL. OF
WH ATE VEll NATIONALITY, KACE,
COLOR Oil PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OR POLITICAL.
2. WE 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
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENTS OF
3. Wo demand tho immediato and nh
soluto romoval of nil disabilities imposed
on account' of tho rebellion which was
finally subdued seven years ago, believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
IlEMOCRATIC TO THE COKE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard tho
rights of all citizens moro securely than
any centralized power. Tho pcoplo and
A Wasiiinoton correspondent of the
Cincinnati Gazctlp 1 , (radical) says,' " to
far as tho democracy of tho country is
represented by tho public men of tbo
1 parly her, the surrender to Greeley at
1 Ilalllmoro tcoms now to bo n forcgono
The Nkw York custom houso investi
gation commlttco have concluded to mako
no report during tho present session of
congress. The majority of tho commlttco
fear tbo minority report, which document,
says a Washington telegram " would bo
an ugly one in tho canvass against Grant."
Or the Kioutnow bishops elected by
tho Methodist general conference, ono has
been a professor and thrco havo been pres
idents of colleges ; two of tho latter and
two of the remaining four lmvo bcon edit
ors of religious journals. Thu places of
resldcnco of tho new bishops nro to bo Bos
ton, Cincinnati, Chicago, St. Lou!, St.
Paul, Omaha, San Francisco und Atlanta.
Dr. Gilbert Haven, who was lung known
as a radical nnll-slavery man and tho cd
itor of ' Zion'a Herald ' Boston, will prob
ably tako up his residenco in Atlanta.
and thus united, solcct candidate! for the
i late offices.
In tlils'way, the forpei of the opposition
to Urantism, can be united In one way,
under ono commander,' and together
march forward against tho common foo to
assured victory, and to tho accomplish
ment of this desirable object evory Domo
crnt in tho State, who wishes the defeat of
Grant nnd Oglesby, should direct all his
energies until tho 20tb of Juno I
Let Mr. Storoy and tho other Grant
bushwhackers who still lurk within the
lines of tho Democratic party, contlnuo to
shoot thoir poisoned bullets at tho nton
they linvo betrayed at tho organization
thnt has fattened them. No matter.
Tlioro is but ono path along which tho
Democratic party of Illinois can walk
with safety or In honor, and that it should
pursuo in tho faco of all tho railings of
tho Grant bushwhackers in despito of the
obstacles these men may erect or the mis
siles thoy may hurl, and that Is tho path
of coalition with tho Liberals.
THE DEMOCRATIC STATE
Wo Und tbo following in tho Chicago
' Times' of May 30 :
Tho chairman of tbo democratic stato
central couimitteo has culled a mcuting ol
that committco to tako place nt Snrini:-
Held on tho 4th prox. The object of tho
meeting is supposed to uo to amend the
can tor tno democratic sluto convention,
so as to provide for tho nomination of ii
stato ticket ut tho sumo time that dclcgats
arn chosen to lJultltnoru. This is In deter
encu to tho request of tbo squud of liberal
republicans wlio mot at Springfield on tho
i!-d Inst., in tho cupacity seemingly, of u
sido show to tho rudicul stnto convention.
Tho progrummo thut was then promul
gated by that veteran democrat, Mr. Hor
ace White, wits that tho democrats nud lib
eral republicans should both hold statu
conventions at Springfield on tbo 26th
prox., and should put in nomination n
ticket for stato olUceri, a part of tbo can
didates to bo chosen by each convention.
It it not certain Whether this nrocrammo
will bo carried out or not, but it Is quite
certain that, so far as it involves tho in
dorsement of Greeley by tbo democratic
stato convention, it ought not. It is no
doubt competent lor tlio stale central com
mlttco to amend thoir cull so as to muko it
ono of tho objects of tho convention to
nominate candidates for stulo otilcera ; but
it is quito as competent for tho conven
tion, when it assemble?, to rcfu:o to take
such action, or, if it decides to nominate a
stato ticket, to refuse to co-opcruto with
tho liberal republicans.
Tho 'Times ' cannot bo coaxed into a
good humor and persists in being un
happy. But why should it, as it does,
thereforo follow that tbo ' Times ' should
persist in being untruthful nnd unfair?
If our amiable contemporary, who is
gnashing his teeth ut the other end of tho
State, had endeavored to ascertain tho
the tmblic welfare reoulro tho SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE truth and had dono so, nncV then had not
MILITARY AUTHORITY and refused to tell it, tho chargo would not
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER havo been made, that tho chairman of tho
nSLSc"0 ,P T w "f- Democratic committee of the State called
BEAS CORPUS. Wo demand for the , , , , , ...
individual tho largest liberty consistent meeting ot his committee "in deference
with public order, for tho stato solf-gov- ' t request of tho squad of Liberal
eminent, and for tho nation a return to Republicans who met at Springfield on
tno metnods o peaco ana tno constuu- th022d Inst." The fact !?, tho call has
"""" P"- bsen made in deference to tho request of a
, , , , . meeting of Democrats, nnd in tho mem
li. Tho civil aorvico of thn rfivnrnment 1 '
has become a mere instrument of nartlsan bcrsl,iP of that in' Mr. Storey, if ho
tyranny and personal ambition, and un had been prc6ont, would have recognized
object of selfish greed. It is a scandal J. C. Allen, Samuel A. Buckmaster, Wm
.Uu ,, .ruu iuuwu, mm M JIorrj J()lm A McClornand, D.
treeus a demoralization dangerous to tno
perpetuity of republican Government. Cameron, Judge Edmunds, Alexander
THEREFORE A WINE DEMAND. Starne, Chas II. Lanphicr, nnd at leost
0. We thereforo regard a THOROUGH fifty other woll-kn6wn and highly cs
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE teemed Democrats of Illinois. In that
as one ol the most pressing necessities of mmit,g woro flvo members of tho Dotn-
the hour; that honesty, capacity and Qdel- .. , . . , ,.
Uy constitute tho only valid claims to pub- CrMlc SUt0 CunM Committee. So
lie employment; that the offices of the down tMl thc 'Ti,ntV Liborul "publican
government ccaso to bo a matter of nrbl- oictatton rcproacU.
trary favoritism ond patronage, and that I But, in ono thing tho 'Times' is correct
public station become again tho post of Tho Intention is, if possible, to unite tho
ATIVELY REQUIltED THAT NO DcmCrftlg anJ L1W"1
PRESIDENT SHALL HKPOMK A r",no",n 000 vomKM organization, an
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION. il U boHovuJ mau' Bcmocrats and
TAMirraVBSTIOM SillOVEO ABIDE. LibcraU tbal thls I'Poed coulitiou
,7. We demand a systom of federal tux- ,llould tnke Placo t Springfield on the
ation which shall not unnecessarily inter- 20th of Juno. If this fact should add to
t ... i . . .. : .1 . . . j .,r ii . i
,,,,w .,.,1, u, pup, u tho uiibappiuess of tho 'Times' what
wnigu auBii jjruvriu fciiu iiiuuui liuvuftsury
to pay the expenses of tho government,
economically udminiitered tiie pensions,
the Interest on tlio public debt and a mod
erate annual reduction of the principal
thereof, and recognize that there aro in
our midst, honest but irreconcilable dif
ferences of opinion with regard to the re
spective tysioms of protection nnd freo
trade. WE REMIT TUB DISCUS
SION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICT8. AND THE DECISION OF
CONORESS THEREON, WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTERFER
ENCE AND DICTATION.
MO KEP VIII ATION.
8. The public ctcdlt must be sacredly
maintained, and we DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATION In every form and guise.
BINU Or TIIK TKVE METAL.
0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
alike by the highest considerations of com
mercial morality and honest government
A WMV YOB TUB MOLDIEB IIOYM.
10. We remember with cratitude the
tacrlQccs of the soldiers und sailors of the
republic, and no uct of ours shall ever
detract from their Justly earned larao, or
lue iuii ruwsrui oi invir painoiism.
AVAUST, LAND UOBDEIU t
11. We aro opposed to all further grants
of land to railroads or other corprrations.
THE PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD BE
HELD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET
TLERS. LIBERAL rOHKIGN POLICY.
12. We hold that it is tho duty of tbo
government In its Intercourse with foreign
nations to cultivate friendships of peace
by treating with all on fair and equal
"JSrd)0B it alike dishonorable
T iVtltber to deajanif what is not right or aub
salt to what is wrong.
,"H . 9ot th
Ibw vital prinelp es, and the sur poft of
a? all nstrlnl I a .1 1 1 . ..." . i
tfrvioui political tffiUttloa
will that interesting sheet do about it?
Why should not this proposed coalitio
take placo? The Domocruts of llliuol
are in a helpless minority. They cann
expect to elect even one Stato ofllcurwitli
out tho aid of tho Liberal Republicans.
The Liberal Republicans, on thu othor
hand, cannot hopo for succoks without the
support' of tho Democrats. On the 20th
of Juno tho Stato conventions of theso
two parties will meet at Springfield to
nominate presidential electors and candi
dates for tho State oillces. Thoy will havo
lu view the success of tho sumo political
principles they will be gathered together
to plun a campaign against a common foe.
Would It then bo wise that each conven
tion should act separately from tho other
that these conventions shuuld by fool
ish action divido instead of consolidate the
forces of tho oppouents of Radical Repub
licanism 1 Would not such n policy be
i both ridiculous and criininul ? To whom
would it give pleusure ? Not to those who
desire tho downfall of Grantisui, but to
Grunl't friends, whether they nro openly
In the runks of that man's adheronu, or
his bushwackers Ilko Mr. Storey, of the
Chicago 'Times,' and Mr. Voorhccs, of
Tho wlsu policy would bo coalition I
When tho conventions meet on the 20th,
committees of conference should bo ap
pointed, Instructed to determine on what
term this coalition can be effected, and
when these havo been determined the two
conventions should mergo become one
WiiniKOTON, 1). C, May 21, 1ST3.
Tho spnato on Saturday, after a long
sosslon In secret, decided by a vote of 43 to
8 to agree to the supplemental article to
tho Washington treaty, and advised his
high-mightiness, who put his foot in the
business when he claimed consequential
damages, that ho had better patch up tho
blunder by negotiating for tho additional
article which was somowbat changed in
wordf, though not in spirit, from what
was dictated by Lord Granville. Rather
humiliating to our once great nation to
have a foreign power dlctato just what wo
must do, which dictation we follow as a
poodlo dog docs its mastor. England is
not to blame. Wo, through tho stupid
ass at tho head of affairs, placed ourselves
us a nation in a position beforo the world
which is humiliating to every Aroorican,
a position not defended by a singlo public
ist of any note, cither in this country or
Europo, and In order to creep out at de
cently as possible, being in tho wrong,
sonators not in accord with tho adminis
tration voted for tbo supplemental article.
Another reason was that the iiommcrclal.
monetary and business interests of the
country generally, demanded that the
treaty should bo saved that business and
trado should flow in its usual channels
without interruption, the present lurry
costing nlryady millions of dollars. Wo
ill withdraw our claim for conscquen-
nl damages, and the agreement fcr tho
futuro will bo that neither nation will bo
liable for indirect Josses, where ono Is a
belligerent and tho other a neutral. A
dispatch was received hero lust night,
stating that the supplemental article is
satisfactory to KnglanJ. Minister Thorn
ton will negotiate it and the senate will
act on it at once. The Geneva arbitration
ill proceed on the ISthof June to arbi
trate on tho claims fcr direct damages at
if nothing hud happened, and tho Grant-
ish administration will lay low on dam
ages hereafter, for if it hud a thousand
mouths tho words "consequential dam
ages." would stop them all.
SNAKE IN TIIK ORAHS.
The ku-klux bill which passed tho sen
ate, and on which tho Grantllcs rely to
bayonet tho south into submission to
Grant's rc-olection, is at tho bottom of the
bills on tho speaker's table, and cannot ho
reached in the ordinary course of legisla
tion. A suspension of the rules is neces
sary to tako it from its place. This re
quires a two-thirds voto, and tho democrats
can provont if they aro in their places and
as vigilant as thoy ought to be, which
thoy sometimes ore not. Tho radicals
despairing of passing this monstrous
measuro, by which tho president can sus
pend tho writ of habeas corpus at pleasure
on the slightest pretext, nre trying to
draw tlio wool over tho eyes of tho demo.
cratlc members thereby. Somo twenty
radicals claim to be opposod to the bill
anil desiro to record thoir votes against St
whtch number with tho democratic voto.
would defeat it. I hopo the democrats
will not see It, for even should they do as
thoy promise, which I am constrained to
doubt, it would be used as theso republi
cans in thoir district, as an elcctionenrlnc
card to provo that they aro as bad as tho
rest of their friends in congress. These
radlcalraro so potent for evil that nothing
snort or an adjournment would givo us as
suranco of rest from npprohension.
OUR BRO-IN-LAW, CASKY.
Tho select committco of investigation
into Louisiana affairs will not report on
Wodnosday. The majority will, of course.
whitowash tho whole party. Tno minor
ity will roport that Collector Casoy
Ulyssos' bro-in-law and others aro vory
much to blamo for their interfering in tho
local political quarrels ol tho stato, and
that things gonorally in that state aro
vory badly managed. It was rumored
somotimo sinco that Casey was to resign in
ordor to harmonize matters in Louisiana,
but I reckon that Grant thought hotter to
lmvo discord in Louisiana than wunt of
harmony in thn kitchen cabinet at homo
Tho Postal appropriation bill contain
ing an amondmcnt increasing the subs!
dy to'tho Pacific Mail ttamship company
has passed both houses. Tho wisdom of
legislation was clearly demonstrated by
by both domocratlc and republican mom
bers in their tpeechot on tho subject.
Members representing every interest,
manufacturing, mining, agricultural and
commercial all urged its passage. Mr,
Brooks, of Now York, favored tho bill on
the scoro of economy in tlio cheapness
with which tho United States mails would
bo carried nnd tho naval purposes of the
government for which these vessels can
bousod; ho denominating tnem our mili
tia of tho sous. Mr. Bingham denied that
it was a subsidy in any tense, being simply
a letting out of the contract for carrying
tho mulls to tho lowott bidder, He said
ou might as woll lay you propose a tub
tidy when you authorize the letting of a
contract to carry the mall overland from
New York to San Francisco or from
Philadelphia to Now Orleana by wate
Mr.Towniend.ofNesrYork, stated tivt
he wai opposed to subsidies in general,
but wai in favor of having one line of
iteamen that should bear the American
flag at least on the Faclflo Ocean j also
that at present free trade in tbips It a fal
lacy. The advocates of this measure
cast asldo all party and sectional prejudi
ces interests and from tho high plane of
practical statesmanship worthy tho giants
of twenty years ago In our congress, acted
for.the good of tho wholo country.
WILSON VS. COLFAX.
It it thought horo by tho radical know-
Ing ones that Wilson, of Mass., tho Nntlek
cobbler, will oust tho smiling Schuyler
from tho second place on tho radical
ticket at Phllodclphla. Woll, Its all ono to
us whether its ono or t'othor either as can
didate or vice-president for both are tarred
with the samo itick, only probably Wil
ton's hypocracy it a trifle moro nauseat
ing then C'olfax'i eternal tlckly smile.
Boutwcll Is about toarrango for another
immenso syndicate tchemo for tho pur
pose of finding tho national debt. About
six hundred millions, including 6 and 1J
per cents, will be embraced In this ar
rangement, which wi'l bo computed by
September 1st next, if this ono will bo as
profitable to the parties engaged in it as
tho other ono, which was ventilated in
congress, there will be a nlco dlvy and a
goodly percentage over to bo used in fur
thering Grant's re-election, which is all
important to syndlcaters and bunkett
TIIK KEYSTONE STATE.
Tho democrats nominate thoir candi
date for governor to-morrow at Reading,
This is very important for " as goes Penn
sylvania, so goes the Union." A good
nomination thoro will give hopo to tho
democracy throughout tho wholo country.
Among thc numcsprominontly mentioned
it that of Hon. W. McClelland M. C. from
the 24th district, who was elected by a
majority of over 1200 in a strong radical
district. He would inaku a strong candi
date, having a brilliant wu'r record, and
ii an able, earnest, energetic hard work
ing representative. Ho would concentrate
all the antagonisms to tho present radical
ring which rules tho stato, in ono solid
body and lead to certain victory. Mr.
McClelland is atruo gontleman and would
not only make n most popular candidato
but an excellent govomor. Wo trust ho
will bo nominated.
ORAKT AND MOSRT.
Colonel Mosby, the guerilla, and a num
ber of other Virginians who, for reasons
unknown to tne. aro in cahoot with
Ulysses, dined with him on Friday last.
This would teem odd but whon we find tho
wholo. democratic party almost, in the
South crying out for Horaco Greeley as
their choico for president, it more than
takes away tho astonishment, and tho
question is involuntarilly asked, why is
this thus? and thereforo echo answert
the lovo of tho children, and in four
months took sixty dollars back to her
father In Peoria, where tho large family
toon died it up. ' ,
Our heroine, with tho assistance of nor
fatter, now gavo her first big concert in
Peoria. Quite a number of amateurs as
listed her. Rouse's hall was filled, the
pooplo cheored, and Emma's fnlhor re
ceived ono hundred dollars. With this
amount sho left her father struggling nt
homo and started for Rock Island to, visit
a young lady friend. She found her friend
abtont, and ,hor money dwindled to
twenty cents. With this sho went to Mo
lino for ten cents to call upon n gentleman
by tho name of Deer, in wlioso family her
father hnd taught music twenty yean be
foro. Her Idea was to get lit) n concert.
Mr. Deer was absent, and Mrs, Deer, a
crotchcty-facod old woman, was vory cr.
Sho looked Insinuatingly at Emma, nnd
said sho didn't know what n pretty young
girl wanted of her husband. Just then
Miss Abbott spied thu piano, and asked il
tho might play. In a moment she wua
warbling a sweet song. Tho old woman
droppod her dishes, wiped her hands on
her apron, nnd camo and looked over bar
glasses in astonishment. Just then Mr.
"By Jovo, Matilda I Tlint's darned nlco
tinging," ho exclaimed, "who's doln' it?"
"My name it Abbot," said our berolno
modestly. "My father used to teach in
"Thunder, yes but what are you doing
" Well, pa nnd ma aro very poor, and
I'vo como here to give a concert, and I
want you to heln me."
"All right. You'ro a plucky girl and
I'll help you. You shall havo tho Con
gregational Church," said Mr. Deer.
And she did have it. Shu got her bills
printed, went around personally and
announcod tho concert, up in thu schools,
and tho bouse was crowded. She sang
with her usual sweetness, touching every
heart. It was a warm night, her gui
tar was out of tune, and tho strings broko
six times during tho evening. The an
dienco applauded whllo the mended them,
and laughed, and culled her out a dozen
times. When tho concert closed they
wanted her to repeat it, which sho did.
Sho returned homo at tho end of the week
with $00 In cash, to tbo astonishment of
hor poor mother, who held up both bands
'0, Emma, I hopo you haven't been rob
bine; somebody I"
Emma was now seventeen. She started
on a concert trip through Illinois, sending
nil tho money homo which the did not
want to use. On tho route, a Chicago
opera troupo came up behind, saw her
bills, and heard such praises from the pco
plo that they engaged hor to sing with
them for soventy-five nights, through
Michigan, Indiana and Wisconsin.
Our Homo Advertisers.
X POOR oirl's story.
Some of the metnbors of Dr. Cbapin'
church, New York, havo, by subscription,
sent a young lady member of tho church
to Milan, there to enjoy tho teachings of
European music masters. Tho young
lady expects to return to America in two
years, a prima donna. Her early struggles
aro thus described in a late New York
Commercial Advertiser :'
Miss Emma A. Abbott was born in Chi
cago, about twenty yoats ago. In 1864
uer latner, men a music teaciior, took ner
to tho llttlo city of Peoria, Illinois. Thu
little child then took intenso delight in
music. She had dreamt of singing in
public at tho age of six. When thoy read
to her sturiis of actors and lingers on the
siege, sue tnouglit tuoy meant a coach,
and wondered, with infantile fancy, how
tney could tnrow boquets Into a stage.
From six to nine, sho sane about home.
catching every tuno sho heard hor fathor
play, and, to tlio surprise oi everybody, be
gan horselftoplay thecultar. Shebecame
to proficient that at tho ago of nine her
lamer, a very poor man, chained down
with a large family of children, brought
her out with her brother George at a con
cert in Peoria. Her debut took so well
that her father, a man of restless genius,
but shKtlessand always unfortunate, dec!
cidod to tako little Emma on a concert tour.
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which uouiu, Keeping uer II US occaitonnl v
employed with varied iortune until she was
thirteen yean old. At thlt age sho wont
to Mount Pulaski, in company with somo
Peoriu children. Whllo here thov wanted
her to piny her guitar und sing, so she got
up a concert on hor own hook. Though
wearing short dresses, sho went to tho Pu
laski printing office, got out her own bills,
and then went and posted them around
town. On one of these bills, now beforo
me, it says:
Miss Abbott will sing 'Tho Merry Swiss
Girl,' a chorus."
Tho little thing didn't know what a chorus
meant, but it looked nice, and so sho had
thorn put it on tne bill. Sho drew auito a
houso, took in $7, and sent it home to her
mother. Alter giving n concert at Lincoln
in u schooljiouso, she came home again and
gave guitar lessons to pupils twice as old
us herself, at 20 cents per lesson. Sho now
went to school, but her father being too
poor to pay hor tuition, the littlo child wo.
man borrowed this money from a friend
agreeing to pay it uftor tho should become
At flfteon, little Emma succeeded in se
curing a class'of twenty poor children, who
came to rocito at her mother's house. At
tho samo time sho sang in tho Hebrew
Synagogue a kind old Rabbi, .Marx Moses
teaching hor to pronounce in Hebrew und
Tho spring of her sixteenth birthday
munu ner lamor poorer man ever ueioro.
and our llttlo woman, to help ner mother
triod to secure u clerkship in a store, but
lallod. in great distress, sue heard oiu
school nino miles from Peoria, which was
In need or a teacher, u hither she wont on
foot, through the mud and slush, She
found the principal trustee, a kind old man
" What do you want, my littlo woman ?"
asked the old fanner, a he laid down hit
knife and fork to survey our llttlo hero
'I Hvo in Pooria, tir, and I walked"
"What I walked, child?" interrupted
tho old man in ustonishment.
" Yet, tir, and I want to teach your
"Woll, I declare, my child, there are
fifteen applicants, but you'ro a pretty girl,
and plucky at Juliui Cestar. Havo you
got your certificate V
" No, sir," faltered llttlo Emma.
"Woll, if you've walked nine miles
through this mud and slush, you'll do to
teach school for mo. Sit up and have lome
Emma commenced tbe ichool the neit
week won tbe retpget of the parenti and
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Pilt.lle Hulldincn and .nureii, Omrtery Lots,
anil Gardvu Frnce, l!ulooin, Hoof CreitUirn.
etc, in Krfnt vnriatjr of Pattern!.
I ICON STAlllf1. hnlrnl mil utralffht. nl .rln.
rallerna ami Mvln. bDeclM allenllon onm Dil.
cMw of work.
LAMP POSTS, for Fronts of Pul.llo nnlldlnus,
Motet, and City htreeln, ol Plain and Elaboraie
HTAIILE FITTINCH. of Citnd Wrousdl.Irnn
of Niw Improved Stylen, etich aa liny Hack,
Stall DIvlMona, Mung'tri, llarneia Brackets, Out
WI1IK WORK or mry deorription. Wire
OuardH of Crimped Wire, OnWkulzed it Painted,
in HUln or Ornamental Patterns, lor Store Doora
or Wimiona, KRctory and Warehouse Window.
U..111. r i rrt l. ...... . ..... '
wiiiuk" lur I'uicnn, Dante, ioumr naiunuit.
smicniiim, i.awn ml Farm Fencm, Ac, Ac.
GITK3 for entrarjen t.i CtiipLn... Pnl.lln
Squares a-d Gentlemen' Country Seata, of dan
luuiiiK ur 'iruiiKiii.irmi, onil! kicgie ftna UOUble,
In elabnrato an'i eimtile deiliina.
DKI.NKI.NO FOUNTAINS, lor street tlie.. A
very (arte assortment of designs eipre-aly for
CArlT-IKON URINAL BOXE3. for miMI t.nrV.
and city etreeia.
OVAL VAMfc.-, lateat itrlea, centennial pattern.
HITCHING POSTS. Jocltec Coolie. .Htn.n n,l
1 2ST S TJ SI A. UT O E
COMPANIES), ' r
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
ORRMANIA, M. Y.,
HANOVIR, K. Y.,
729 M2 U)
HcrunLtc, N. Y.,
Assets M 714.923 00
Comprising tlie Underwriters' Afcency.
YONKKItS, Jf. Y.,
A"t ITS 104 SI
sels - 4M.193 23
VIUEMKn's FUND, B, .,
Aett.. 671.100 M
SIXCKITY, N. Y. MARIN K,
Asset 1,432,M 00
Store.. Dwelling-, Furniture. Hulls and Car
gnea, Insured nl raies a fttcrnlile as sound, per
manent security will warrant.
I resoevlfully ak of (lie cltisens ot Cairo,
share o f Ihiir patronage.
'. W. lll'UIIIC.
W. II. MOIlltlS,
No. Put,, and t'. R. Com
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
100 MIIcn the Nhorteat Route
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis. Toledo.
i Cleveland, NIKara Kails,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
Boston nnd nil points eat,
Milwaukle, Janesville, Madison,
LaCroaae, St. Paul aud all points north.
Una Is also the only direct route to
Decatur, Bloomlngton, NnnneeM,
Ptorla, Qitlnoy, Keokuk,
Burlington, Hock IMand, J.a Halle.
Mendoto, Dixon, Freeport,
Galena, Dubuque, hloui Ulty,
Omaha and nil points northwest,
Elegant Drawing Room Hlooplng Cars
un nu iMynt Trains.
Bafgage Checked to all important points.
For tickets and information, apply to I. C. U.R.
."H" ' wm,, uu ituaru ins transit aienmer Be
tween Colli in bun and Cniro, and at the princlpil
rnllrou l ticket office throughout the south.
W. P. JOIINiO.N, Gen'l Cass.g't, Chicato.
a. juiTLiir.i.L, iiciri nup t, unicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and aftor Monday, April 24th, 1S72,
trains win run as ioiiows:
TlillS (IOINO SOUIIICAIT.
0:40 a. m
Hiirmclleld 0 2U '
Tiiilorville luftj "
taiiKS ooiko xoarawssT,
Leave Pana 4,ix) a. in
" TavlorvillH 4.4(1 "
Arrivo at SpringneldM.e.IS
. 3:00 "
,. 6 20
,. M7 "
lpnnifleld.M....n.i " S.IQ "
Arrive at Virginia " ;.l.IS "
tiains oomo muiuiisT, '
Leave Edgwood 8.30 . m, - 10.10 p, m,
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVESTOCK,
Asset f5,MJ,S04 7
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Assets ..2,7I3,000 00
Assets .. . 2,M4,210 72
Assets -.............. ....I1.7SI.14S 14
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
Asseta .. ...fI.Ji3.89S 17
Aeets 1700,137 00
Assets .. 1515.673 M
Assets ......,tsi.r;a 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL. MO.,
Asseta ....IJOO.000 10
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Asset t30,OUO,000 00
TRAVELERS', 'llARTFORD. LIFE AND
Assets. . ll.SOOOOO 00
RAILWAY PASSENOERS A-SURANCK
Asseta . IMO.OOO 00
Asseta 1630.S42 00
S AFFORD, MORRIS Si CANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
City National Bank, CAIRO, ILL,
FIRE AND MARINE
Assets IS 00 000
NKW ENGLAND MUTUAL, LIKE,
k Also Tilt
AN'ClIORD FIRE AND MARINE
Of St. Louis.
Solicits all lulls of risks.
octCTtf. Agent, Cslo, Illinois.
Our Homo Advertisements.
CAIRO CITY COAL
la prepared to supply customer with the beat
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
0R.nJ;!? Jetl Hnlllda "roe. office, TO OHIO
J LKVEE. or at the Coal Yard below llieHt.
f."J!f '' wl" receive prompt attnllon.
THKTUO"MONTAl!K'rwUl1rlog coal along
aide ateamera at anv hour. oc.3Stf
(Bncsessor to P. Ssup.)
WHOLESALE k RETAIL
FIRE "WORKS, TOYS,
102 Commercial Avenue,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
F. I. RBXrOBD,
Cob. Ohio Lxtee & Second St
Battgage conveyed to and from the Depot free
ol charae. ' dtcj.tf.
Arrive at Hhawtieet'u 2.33
A victim of early Indiscretion, causing nervous
debility, premature decsy, etc., having tried ie
vain every advertised remedy, hit discovered
simple means of self-cure, which he will tend
fiee to his fellow tuderen, J.-11, Reeves, Nu, 71
Nassau street, Nsw Toils. auiMwiy
WOOD I WOOD 1 1 WOOD I!
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND. DRY WOOD
As Cheap, l stot Ctseaper
thin any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave ordtre
on the slates at thy Postofflueint at Ross1 coal
Sard, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
twelfth streets. Cairo. Illinois I lve goou
measure and will cord the wood up If i.re!i.
" DENNIn HA LET.
Ageutt wanted In every City, Town and Coua.
tr, for the Oorham Linen, Book eat Card.
Marker. Mo risk, One merke tor a whale um
II. Address A. M. RICHARDSON. MJ West
aditta Street, Chicago, edlta
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'S
THU HOUSE II NEWLY FITTED UP WITM
"JENNY LIND" TABLES,
SUITABLE FOR ALL KINDS OF
TUB gAiooy U ITOCEED witb
THE BEST BRANDS
ABE COUrOUHDBD IM THE
MOST APPRO V EDST YLE .
MTCOMK AND SEE FOR YOUR.
They keep on band a fin stock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND HBRRING3
Are spread noratag and evialag
-A.T 3Sri3SrS3 O'OIiOOX,
At which all are Invited to parUka
FREE OF CHARGE.