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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JUNE G, 1872
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THURSDAY
June C, 1872.
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Till DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John II. Oberly Co. have, reduced the aub-
tcrlption pnr of the Weekly Cairo liuiletin 10
Ont Wlnr per nMJn, maKing n mo cneapcti w
turpubllshed in Southern Illinois.
Charles Lever, tlio English novelist,
nnd Henry Dulwcr Lytton, tlio novelist,
nnd lilstorlnn, died Inst week.
Tui Chicago Sun says it it woll un
derstood thnt Senator Schurz, on llio ad
journmcnt of Congress, will enter tho
campaign octlvolvfor Greeley and Brown.
Good Enough
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
"ress where roe nee that white but
nine. . .
Cist I Ihe foe la down
Aael he the word nlonir the 11b,
tared and Ural a BrawB,"
FOR f RES ID BUT,
HORACE GREELEY,
of New York j
ron vice president,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
of Missouri.
Good Enough
DEMOCRATIC PLATFOM
PREAMBLE,
"NVc, tho Liberal Republicans of tho
United States In Convention assembled nt
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following princl
pies as essential to Just government:
DEAD ISalTEN BL'HIKD.
1. We recognlzo tho equality of nil
men beforo tho law, nnd hold that it is
the duty of tho government in its dealings
with the people to mete out EQUAL AN D
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL. OF
WU ATE VE It NATIONALITY, HACK,
COLOR Oil PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OR POLITICAL.
2. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISES! ENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTKENTU AMENDMENTS OF
THE CONSTITUTION.
VMVfillHAE. AJINKSTY,
3. Wo demand tho immediato and ab
solute removal of all disabilities imposed
on account of tho rebellion which was
finally subdued seven years ago, Lelieving
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
THE COUNTRY-
DEMOCRATIC TO THE CORE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard the
rights of all citizens more securely than
any centralized power. The people nnd
tho public welfare require 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 0m
individu.il the largest liberty consistent
with public order, for tho stuto self-government,
and for the nation a return to
the methods of pnaco nnd tho constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TRUE AN I'REACIIINO."
6. The civil service of tho government
has become a mere instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and un
object of selfish greed. It is ii scandal
and reproach upon free Institutions, nnd
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tho
perpetuity of republican government.
THEREFORE A WINE DEMAND.
6. We therefore regard n THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
u one of tho most pressing necessities of
the hour; thai honesty, capacity and fidel
ity conslituto the only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that the offices of tho
government cease to bo a matter of arbi
trary favoritism and patronage, and that
public station become again tbo post of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TARIFF QCENTION HIIOVEO AH IDE.
7. Wo demand a system of federal tax
ation which shall not unnecessarily Inter
fere with tho industry of the people, and
which shall provide the means necessary
to pay tho expensos of tho government,
economically administered tlio pensions,
the interest on tbo public dobt and a mod
erate annual reduction of tho principal
thereof, and recognize that there are In
our midst honest but irreconcilable dif
ferences of opinion with regard to tho re
spective systems of protection and free
trade. WE REMIT THE D.SUUS
BION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
in latin ttJMiliKSSlONAL MS.
TRICKS.. AND THE DKt jiimv f .is
Another white-washing affair has boon
mado out of thoinvcstlgation into tho caso
of Senator Pomeroy, of Kansas. Senator
Thurman has refused to sign tho report.
The Greeley and Brown campaign
songs nro multiplying. An Inspiration
has been iound in Greeley's whlto hat and
coat, which Grant's military feathers and
brass buttons never had powor to nrousc,
An immenbf. meetiko, ratifying tho
Cincinnati nominations, was held at Coop
cr Inslltuto on Monday night. Tho speak
ors wero Senator Tipton, ex-Senator Doo-
little, Col. McCluro,of Pennsylvania, Gen
Kllpatrlck, and Robt. B. Roosevelt, of
Now York.
Gk.v. Howard telegrnphs from Arlzo
na, that a penco has been ngrecd upon, tho
Indians promising to abstain from further
outrages. About ten days ago, Theodore
Fritz, formerly a reporter for tho press In
St. Louis, was murdered by tho Apaches,
wnllo ho was guarding sheep In sight of
tho town of Preston.
It seems tho hoisting of tho Now York
Herald' in regard to tho finding of Liv
ingstone is premature, as tho great trav
eler is lost again. Tho 'ncraldV cxplor-
ors havo found him to bo like tho Irish
man's flea when they thoy think to put
their hands on him, ho Isn't there.
Looa.n, in his lato speech in tho senate,
in which ho unsuccessfully endeavored to
answer some of Sumner's charges against
Grant, claimed tho responsibility of some
of Grant's appointments of his relatives
to office. Wo wonder how much of Lo
gan's persuasive oloquenco was required to
induce tho president to givo tho Grants,
tho Dents, and tho other family relatives
good offices?
In ono part of his speech Mr. Voorhees
doclared that Mr. Greeley had no republi
can strength, nnd thoroforo it would bo
folly for democrats to nominato him. In
another part of tho snmo speech, Mr.
Voorhees contonded that tho democratic
party ought to nominato a straight-out
democrat because Mr. Greeley's rcpubli
can strength bad split tho republican party.
Between the incongruous positions, the ora
tor is placed in tho forlorn attitudo of
Capt. Machcath:
How happy could I to with either,
Were t oU.r dear charmer away.
From the Metropolis Jnnrnnl. June 1.)
John Homed Oberly wants to know why
tho liberui don't hold a ratification meet
inn in Metropolis? Why, indeed? Sim
ply because n meeting of this kind would
tiuvo to bo mado up of democruts exclu
sively. Wo havo no republican liberuls
hereabouts, bruthcr Johnnie, your Massac
correspondent to tho contrary notwith
standing.
Is this true? Thon we aro disconsolate.
But may bo our friond, Ben. Oh I Jones,
is mistaken. We havo heard tho contrary
of his assertion from very good authority,
and havo had the ploasuro of shaking
builds with several good Massac county
Greeley republicans.
Col. M'Cluke of Pennsylvania writes
a letter lis which he speaks of Voorhees
iu this way :
Mr. Voorhees succeeded mainly In as
tounding and mortifying himself.
Whether ho is knavo or tool, I do not us
sumo to judge, but ho either wickedly or
igriorstitly took the administration lead,
and got up tho first Grant campaign docu
ment. His speech is now being circulated
by tho hundred thousand under tho direc
tion of tho Grant committees. If his
speech does not mean that he has been
transferred squarely to Grant, hols inoat
incapable In tho selection of language to
express his purpose. True, under tho
pressure ..f democratic sentiment, and tbo
jibes and Jeers of ihoso who urged him to
uutten fur his pay, ho has already at
tempted to explain, und will doubtless
keep explaining his explanations. In an
hour he found himself transformed from a
leader to a dl.trusted grumbler, speaking
chatitably, without followers. Ho sim
ply went woolling und cumo hemo shorn.
CARBONDALK LETTER.
STATEMENT OF COL. BUSH.
VINDICATION AGAINST 8LAN
DEUOUS CHARGES.
CONGRESS THKKEON. wiToi.i v
FRKE OF EXECUTIVE INTERFER
ENCE AND DICTATION.
HO REPUDIATION.
8. The public ciedlt must bo sacredly
maintainea, anu we Jr.;tUMJK RE.
PUDIAT10N in overy form and guise
HIHU OF THIS TRUE METAL.
9. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
alike by the highest considerations of com.
merclaf morality and honest government
A WORD FOR TUB NOLDIER IIOVH.
10. Wo remember with gratitude tho
sacrifices of tho soldiers and sailors of the
republic, and no act of ours Bhail over
detract from their justly earned fumo, or
this lull rewarus ot tueir patriotism.
ATAUKT, LAND ROBHERN I
11. Wo are opposed to all further grants
of land to railroad or other corporations.
THE PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD HE
UKLD SACKED TO ACTUAL SET
TLERS. LIBERAL FOREIGN POLICY.
12. Wo hold that it is tho duty of tho
ffovarntnont in Its Intercourse with fort-Inn
naltoni to cultivate friendships of peace
by treating with all on mir anu equal
terms, regarding it aliko dishonorable
either to deaisnd what is not right or sub-
nit to what is wrong.
"EVERYBODY INVITED.".
19. For the promotion and success of
tbeet vital principles, and too support 01
tfc candidates nominated by this conven
jliM, we Ir.vlte and cordially welcome the
'o-ojseratloa of all patriotic citizens, with
V regard to prerious political alEllatlo.i
US' Kinderhook, 111., possesses the
tho champion preacher. A few Sundays
since ho had prepared an eloquent sermon
...1 . . I. . . .
uu mi uie conclusion exuorteu his hearers
to embrace tho opportunity presented.
one ctuno forward, and after waiting
umo time, tho minister raising his voice to
tun Highest pitch, exclaimed, " Well, sit
vuere anu be damned I" On tho same Sun
day he called out to tho ianuor : " Onen
that window ; don't llku t nr..M, in
barrel with the bung driven in."
now in this country, Wo taken to the
American stylo of dress as kindly us could
bo exntctpd nnl v arwrw.tt.r..,. .i..
, j ., ,,,,, u Bla ....
to appear with their Dolly Vardens upside
oowu ur wrong siue out, Which is. how
over, a trivial circumstance. Thoy nl.
croquet, disllko tho staring of the Ainerl
cans, und think wo have u wonderful lot o
peoplu named Charley.
WST Lincoln, tho capital of Nobraikn
which four years ago was "fifty miles
from every placo," now has 0,000 inhuh
Hants, a Halo university, un nsano asy
lum, a $700,000 .tute prison, and aS0,000
high school building, besides hotels,
churches, railroads, and dally newspapers,
and these last named Institutions havo
done the business of building up tho young
city. Wborevor thoro Is u well regulated
newspaper press, tho signs of progress aro
dlsccrnablo. The papers are always a suro
reflex of a city's prosperity.
Carbondnale. June 8, S12.
Editor Cairo Mailt UutLttm t
Deau Sin: By tho kindness of somo
ono, doubtless of your office, I to-day re
ceived n copy of The Bulletin, dated
tho 2d Instant, containing a letter from
this place, In which tho wrltor, with fiend
ish mallco manifested in each paragraph,
proclaims, evidently with much soil-grot-illation,
tho nows that I had been indicted
by tho grand jury of Jackson county for
larceny of tho city seal of Carbondalo.
I writo this to thank you for tho kindly
editoriat accompanying tho publicotion of
said letter, and fur tho paper, (which I do
not tnko nnd very seldom sec) containing
tho samo.
That n bill charging mo with folonlously
taking tho city seal, ono key and two
books, tho property of tbo city, was pre
ferred by tho grand Jury of this county,
on tho last day of lis session, to wit, tho
29th of May ull., is truo. It is nlso true
that said bill was found upon tho testi
mony of a poor, pitiful, insignificant and
weak-minded specimen of degenerate and
corrupt humanity, who, like tho contempt
Iblo mnligner of private charactor, who
wroto tho letter you published, which ho
know at tho tlmo was promulgating
slander that had no foundation in
trulh, is n most propor nnd fitting
tool or tho post otfico cliquo in this town,
whoso mission seems to bo to defamo and
slander, crush out and destroy (not being
particular as to means used, or stopping
at perjury on occasion) any man who
dares bo independent in expressing his
views of tho doings of tho " Ring. " It is
truo further more, that on tho morning
succeeding tho finding of said bill, I de
manded of tho court then In session on
immediato trial; that Judgo Crawford
granted my request ; that on tho trial held
May 31st I provpd, and that too by tho
pliant tool of tho cllqin, (who had sworn
sufficiently strong beforo tho grand jury,
unconfronted, to effect tho object of his
mastors,) that at tho tlmo of tho pretended
stealing, I was tho duly appointed clork of
tho city council, sworn into offico by the
witness who had been tha previous clerk,
and who himself pointed out to mo tho
aforesaid seal, key and books, as being tho
property of tho city, which tho city coun
cil had authorized nnd ordered ma to
take possession of. Tho enclosed copy of
tho proceedings of a meeting held by tho
bar in attendance at our circuit court al
tho timo of the trial, will show you in
what light tho caso was viewod by honor
able attorneys Irrespective of political feol
ing. It would bo, it seems, but fair to me,
that this paper shall find a place in your
dally, so that tbo effect of tho venomous
Icttor you published may bo in somo
mcasuro ccuntcracted by this antidoto
most grafeful to me, and surely sufficiently
effectlvo to all right minded and honoru
blc men.
At a meeting of tho bar, called for that
purpose, tho following preamble and res
olutions wero unanimously adopted May
31st, A. D. 1872:
Tho membors of tho bar practicing at
Murphysboro in Jackson county, Illinois,
in order to givo public expression in a
permanent form to our opinion und judge
ment in relerenco to tho indictment against
our brother member of the bar, Colonel
Daniel H. Brush, for larceny of tho cor
porate seal and other property pertaining
to tho clerk's office of tho city of Carbon
dale, upon which ho was to-day formally
tried beforo tho Jackson county circuit
court and acquitted by tho jury without
retiring to consider of their verdict, havo
adopted the following resolutions:
Jltsolvcd, that wo desire to place tho
seal of our condemnation upon tho insti
gators of this persecution and their work,
and to condemn thorn and it as disgrace
ful nnd a most unworthy attempted perf e
cution of an old and valued citizen nnd
member of tho bar. against whom in tho
long course oi uis me tnero lias been no
taint or suspicion of dishonesty.
Tnat while wo do not pretend to meddle
nnd tako part in tho municipal troubles
und difficulties of Carbondule out of which
this indictment sprung, wo condemn it as
u most unmitigated falsehood and slan
der, and, feel that in so doing wo givo ex
pression to tho general voice of this com
munity. That wo desire in this onn action on
this matter so far as may ba in our power
to repair tho wrong and outrago perpe
trated upon tho fair fame of Colonel
Brush and to assuro him of our unirnpuired
confidence- in him us a brother member of
the bar.
That Huch Crawford, tbo present clerk
of tho Circuit Court and the secretary of
this meeting, be requested to furnish Colo
nel Daniel H. Uruh a ccrtifliid copy of
theso resolutions, and to file tbo origi
nal with tho papers relating to tho indict
ment in this casu. Signed,
Willhim J. Allen, Geo. W. Wall,
R R. Townes, M.C.Crawford,
G. R. Puirh, Lewis P. liutler,
Geo. W Smith, F. E. Albright,
J. W. C. Gall, Goo. W. Andrews,
E. T. DeLutiy, O. II. Layman,
J. B. Muyham.
State ok Illinois,!
Jackson County.
I, Hugh Crawford, clerk of tho Circuit
Court of Jackson county in the statu
aforesaid, do horeby certify that at a meet-
ng of tho members of the Jackson countv
bar, (O. W. Wall presiding, and Hugh
Crawford acting as secretary,) tho abovo
pronmblu and resolutions wero adopted.
itness my bund and official seal
l. k at Murph sboro, this 3lst day of
May, A. I)., 1872.
HUGH CRAWFORD,
Clerk.
Vestris must yield the palm was born in
1804, and would be, If sho were living,
sixty-elitht years old. And alio is llvintt.
end may be seen in this very London
town, at any reasonable hour of tbo day,
by ncr now wrinKiea and roue grand sire
admirers ot tho olden time, llio Purl
and Sylph of forty years nwo is now a dig
nified and silvcr-tiuirioJ, but still spright
ly damp, and is raised Into tbo popu
lar sight in a now guise, moro proper to
her aire than flesh. caioted tishis and n
cloud of whito muslin, yet cognate to her
old profession. A modest advertisement,
so modest that it wholly omits to mention
hor illustrious name, nnnonnces that n
dancer onco familiar to tho boards of her
Majesty, proposes to givo lessons in
manners, costumes, social ceremony and
court ctlquolto to tho daughters of tho En
glish nobility and gentry. And
this is Taclionl, who was paid s'x hundred
dollars for one night at n country theatre,
anu wnoso namo used to thrill raimenion
in his palmy and Mclbournn in his tnrilow
days! Truth to toll, tho daughters of tho
r,ngiuii artstoracy, ir tho dear creatures
huvo a deficiency, aro deficient in chSO and
graco ; in fact tboy aro rather heavier nnd
primi-h. And who can teach tho art of
graco as can tho immurta'. Taglioni, though
sho bo verging on threc-icoronnd ton, and
can herself no longor float across n ttago as
if (ho wero Ariol on Prosporo's errand?
Why, 'tis neorlcy thirty years since,
having charmed a French' nobleman, sho
innrred him and retired from tho stago,
this being positively und truly her last
Hppearanco retired gorged with wealth
and honors, to a villa on Como and splendid
Parisian no?ijretlrcd, too, a perfectly
blameless lady, in which exalted character
she has lived from first to last. Why, with
such n professional sun-setting sho finds
herself onco moro ohliircd to labor fr.r exist
ence is a mystery ; but hnro sho i, our old,
onco so fumiliar Taglioni nnd British sub
jects will outvio tho republics in ingrati
tude if they do not flock to her with their
daughters, and pay her handsomely for
putting their present stiffish manners into
something liko Gallic grace and caso.
With tho Princess Pierre llonnparto as n
court milliner, and Taglioni ns a teacher
of manners, the feminine trades bid fair
to riso in the popular estimation. London
Cor. lloston Putt.
and Mr. Warner says that, when Sumner,
after tho Philadelphia convention, de
clares for Greeley, tho latter wl l carry
tho state. In Arkansas, Rice will un
doubtedly givo the stato to Grcolcy. Con
gressman Boles, republican, has written
hero that nothing stands iu llio wny, as
vno majority to bo ovorcomo is uuio,uuuur
4,000.
Such aro tho condition nnd aspirations
of tho south after eiithl years of piratical
rule all dignity, emulation, and uopo Do
ing takon from pooplo of character, and
proporty thcro, in order that n set of gut
ter snipes from tho north shall riot under
tbo protection of tho American flag.
A MYOTKKY SOLVED.
(From tli I'eorla Hevlcw.)
It is believed thnt tho mystery which,
.'or noarly a year, has surrounded tho
murder of Hon. Sharon Tyndalo, Ex
Secretary of state, is nbout to be dispelled.
Ever sinco Mr. Tyndalo's tragic death
experienced dotcctlves havo been at work
using all tho nrts and devices known to
fraternity to obtain n cluo to tho perpe
trators of that horrible crime. Sometimo
sinco that was believed to bo a traco to tho
guilty parties was dlscovorcd, ond now It
is thought ovidenco has been accumulstcd
sufficient to convict said parties of tho
crlmo. Tho menacalnst whom this ovi
donro hasbcen found, bv tho detective, nro
Charles Dunning and James Konnedy,
who swindled an old man out of o con
siderable sum of money in this city, nbout
n year ato, by n confldenco game, woro
nrreslcd fur tho offence, convicted In tho
Mortrnn County Circuit Court, nnd sont to
tho Penitentiary, tho former for four
years, nnd tho latter for ono year, and aro
now serving out their terms in tho Stato's
Prison. Tlio chain of circumtntlal ovi
denco ncalnsl Dunning anil Kennedy Is
said to bo very strong. Both Dunning
nnd Kennedy nro old nnd practiced criminals.
KED CLOUD.
AN INCIDENT OF HIS FOItMF.R VISIT TO
WASIIINOTON.
(VihlDton Cor. ot Cotirlcr-Jotirniil,
All tho diplomatic corps, with their
ladies, wero present. Tho company num
bered about three hundred distinguished
people All were in full evening dress.
So wero tho Indians, for they were more
painted and bjfeatherod than'nny persons
prosent. "Spotted Tull " bad a head
dress of eagle's fcathors that was fastened
on tho front of bis head, passed over to tho
back, and fell in a long trail upon the
floor; each feather denoted u scalp takon
by him in battlo. Of these trophies he
seemed as proud us tho belle who mukes a
display of her victims. There whs but lit
tle differencu In tho nppearanco of tho
men and women, for both woru tho slnglu
garment, u blanket. Tho oppresslvo heat
Iroin tho gas mado tbsm perspire, and tho
fragrance from tho flowers was scarcely
sufficient to overpower othor odors. The
lino of persons who assisted the President
and Mrs. Grant to receive on that occas
ion extended moro than half the length
of tho largo East drawing-room. The
secretary of tho interior presented the
Indians to their Great Father, and he,
with tho inteipretor, passed
down tho line, tho Indinns
shook hands with every ono nnd saying
"Howl" That nveninir Ladv Thornton
made horsolf vory popi'lar with some of
tno squaws oy pulling to pieces tlio pearl
tassel of her fan and distributing tho
ueaus. inese squaws did snow somo lem
inino lovo of trinkets, for tliov handled the
ladies' fans and examined their jewels.
n'i.. ..k.i . i . . j.., ,
ui'jr uiiuiTsiuou me uao oi tuo tan nnu
laughed with tho innocent glee of child
ren. In fact wo cot ulonc nulto sociublv
with the women, but tho men sat on the
sofas holding themselves proudly aloof.
About this tlmo Mclah, tho big diamond
pin steward of tbo Whito house, enmn to
tho president, and announced supper. Tho
presiueui iook jteu uiouu." tlio secretary
ot tho interior "Spotted Tail," and the
procession passed into tho state dining
room. All the gold spoons, cut glass, sit
vcrand elegant china wero in uso; tho
vases wero filled with flowers, nnd thero
were strawberries, Ice-cream, cherries, ban
anas, and everything that was good to
taste and pretty to look at. The Indians
wero tho honored guests of tho occasion,
and all tho foreign ministers and officials
turned themselves Into waiters, und filled
plates and saucers for these noble red men.
They used forks and spoons quite after tho
civilized fashion, and did not betray ony
vulgar gluttony. Ice-cream seemed to
tlcklo their palates, and cracking kisses
plensed them as much as if they were
miniature guns.
GREELEY VINDICATED.
ChlcaRO Times ppecialj
Tho New i'ork 'Times' having printed
a leader ch-irglng that Horace Greeley
had been in partnership with William M.
Tweed and others, Charles C. Neaton pub
lishes tho story thus: "In the spring of
1871 an invention to facilitate tho manu
facture of cigars wus brought to my not'eo,
which semed to mo of good merit und
ability, I was tempted to buy it, but hav
irg little means or credit I could only do
so through the holp of others. Ono of tho
first to whom I applied was Mr. Hurucu
Greeley, whom I had known for some
yeurs, and bad already had reason to prize
as a friend. At my earnest solicitation,
und for my benefit, ho consented to uid mo
In tho organization of a company to pur
chase and work tho patent in question, and
to givo mo tho use of his namo us an In
corporator and trustee So soon as possi
bio thereafter ho resigned hi: trurt und
withdrew from tho concern, not huving
mado one cent by it, and I nm happy to
add, without having lost nnythlng, unless
his act of kindness to an unlucky friend
shall havo cost him tho oiteum of somo
who aro ignorant of tho main facts in tho
caso. Mr. Wm. M. Tweed llkewiso lent
mo his namo and aid on this enterprise,
and I rejoico in being ablo to stato that ho
aiso was enabled to retire from tlio con
cern at an early day with out loss. Profit
no ncitnor sought nor expected; ho did
not, ns Mr. Greeley did, aid rno with his
personal advice and sympathy ; ho never
attondod a meeting of tlio directors, nor
nau any communication with .Mr. Oreoley
In regard to this business. Thoy woro
simply two among tho frionds to whom 1
separately appealed for aid who did not
refuse mo."
TAGLIONI.
HER KEAri'EAUANCK IN I.ONDON-A RO
M ANT 10 IIESUKKSUIION
po"K
so thrilled and bewitched a L' ,n? I? 1 i to?
.-j,..-.. , icioria s rlva n the
popular heart in the very yfcttr of I,"
T Vi -I .i 1 1 et
biuiu jjuuuuii I'taiuus ueuji ; anu the mem.
orles of her inimitable graco her gor
ticous sweep down the stacc. nnd her fulrv
like movements that seemed in the uir and
still floating about tho wsthetlc London
regions, and aro omhultncd In the enrav
ished descriptions of tho chroiclers of tho
timo. Taglioni tbo foromost of all
duncors, to whom Elsler and
THE bOUTH KOK OKEELKV.
(FromGalh'a Letter to Chicago Tribune,)
Senator Warner who Is not In politics,
and I don't think is a Greeley man gives
it as his opinion that Oreoley will carry
overy stato in tho south solidly nt Balti
more, and will thon recolvo a majority in
very stato except South Carolina and
Mississippi, in .Mississippi, Grant is said
to havo determined to tako all of Ames'
patronago and givo it to his enemy, the
ihu Buimior, wiiuo jiorpnis, ono oi tne
r"Publlcnn members of congress from
Mississippi, and a colonel In tho confedor
ate army, it out squarely tor Oreoley.
OT i'! I' lhRt 1,10 delegates to the
i niiadoljihia convention, that ho has soon
TRnd. ?no of them is a personal antag
onitt ot Alcorn-tbat, if Alcorn goes over
Ssgo of ChapptquB,
f:i?,iU.lh Arun tbere is already a
formidable bolt in the republican ranks;
THE DIRECT CLAIMS.
So much has been said about tho indi
rect claims, that tho direct claims aro al
most lost sight of. Thno Utter amount
accordine to semi-official authority to
S19,02l,42!, which sum includes $1,120,795
for lo'ses from Increased war promlums.
They aro distributed amont' tho confeder
ate cruisers as follows : Alabama, $0,647
C10; Shennnnnah, SC,48S,3'20: Florida,
$3.6'vSG(iO; Tallahn?sco, $579,050: Geor
gia, $383 97C; Chlcknmaumi, IS9Vfi55;
Nashville. $09,137; Retribution, $20 355!
Sumter, S 10,090 ; bailie, Si.040 ; lloston
$400.
G K N T I. v. overtures toward friendship
First htrancer "1 declare sir, that wo
men aro uettlnir rnoro outrageously de-
colly every day Jut look over thcro nt
that prodigious old porpoiso with tho eve
glass I" Second stranger "Hum I Hal
Yes I I can't help thinking sho's n morn
fcstivo-Iooking ohjec than that funeral old
trump with the fan." First stranger
"The 'funeral old trnupV my wife sir I"
Second stranger " The ' prodigious old
porpolsa's' mine I Let's go nnd have
some ton I" Punch.
tinruR.
SIGN OF"tIIE'
a-OLiDiEnsr liohst.
BARCLAY BROTHERS.
74 OHIO. LEVEE,
CAIRO.
WholMulp nnd 1UUU
iDiRcra-a-isT s
AND
PAIKT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep n tull 'lock nt I'ure Drugs una
MEDICINES.
PAINTS,
OILS,
AND COLORS
For the seatoa ; alio lull line of
PAINT,
VARNISH,
AND ARTISTS
BRUSHES,
AtM Painters Materials generally.
Our Homo Advertisers.
Do you wich to rtcelre all the henenefiU of
the celebrated
MEDICINAL WATERS
-OF-
a-SARATOGA, N. Y.,
and
tar BLUE LICK, Ky.
Without the Pipen.o of a trlu in thorn retort,
If ao api io ui. We rwelve lh-H watern di
rect frwm the apringi, an I r p'enare'l to lur
niah them nre, IOK Col.D, l'reli and Li.y
from our counter. Perann- llvlnif at n. ill.ianri-
irwho wish to hare the water In their hou.e.
can be mppllrd wiihHiraloga in bottle, nn'l Illue
I.lclc in botilev, k.gH ami barrel. Call and iret
acireular in reurd to the medicinal virtues ot
wie-o noieu water.
H-'Jiltr
Aln a complete Una ol toilet artlelen. Im
norter! and ArnericanMrjarii.
COLOGNES,
POMADES,
EXTRACTS,
HAIR,
TOOTn
AND NAIL
BRUSHES,
fOfielher with a large aa.orlineul of DruKRiata
Hiui'lrlea mill
0AKI5OLIC AUID
DISINFECTING POWDER.
An elleetual preventive ol Cholera, Typhoid
Fever, Mimll-I'iix. ecarlt Fever, Jlee., unt
ile DiHcaio. biiil all oenlllentiul ami foiilauloiia
dlreaes, It la mil up i i paHtlnmrd cnrinnn, the
'opa of which contain -rforuUonn, trorn which
it can bo aprinliled as from a pepper box. -old
by IUHCI.AY ItltOS.
Tho retail price It 23 centa per package,
I i I'Ut'ruillK" UI III" ,.ii j rm m vyiin mi.,
Omen Uu.KO or HrtLTii, Hr, I.ocia, v.M May,
IHl. The resident ph)lijiina Mates tlmt he lit"
lined, In the rily hoapital, the carbolic acid
,1'mtliM nil', nii'in i. .110 ..i-ii.ir. ,..n. huh
deMrnyer of huga, ante, cix kroarhe Ao ,
wrilll I'C nit HKuniriiK1. til i.iimiiiiive ,0
rmiinioii'l Hie puichaauof thla powder for uae
Ir. tl... t.r.t.r.ltuU.
.u. . 11 11 .ltmt.'K.
loiuiicut ... ii . amir... ,
Clerk Hoard ol Health.
We ere now In receipt fa freah atock f
WOOD I WOOD ! I WOOD 1 1
The underBixned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II ssot Ctseaper
than any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave ordeal
on ihe slates at the Poitoliloe an4 at Boaa' cod
vard, ou Commercial avenue, beSween Tenth anu
twelfth mretta, Ca'ro. Illii.nl I stive, eoor
meanura and villi cord tho wood up if de-lred,
aunio-tf DK.NNIo llALKT.
BTJKITEITT'S
PATENT STEAM COOKING
VESSEL.
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
ROME OK ITS ADVANTAGES.
It eooka otilcklv and more thoroughly with leu
fire than any other way.
Vnnil vnnUptl the old wav teaea one.th rd Cf It
weiht. cooked Inthla.t.ntn veisel. It only lo.es
ne eighth. The saving 111 tlm way will loon
pa) its coal.
FOOD CANNOT HE 1IUBNED.
It will BOIL, ,
STEW,'
B R O I L,
ASD STEAM
mora perreetly than any utensil used for either
purpoMj now n u-e.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
I) U It A B L E .
Meat atewed. boiled or broiled In thla manner
la. a Lett r flavor, and l eaaler dluc'ted than
wnJ cook c.i 111 tne out way.
NO FEAR OF DYSPEPSIA.
It niikea a tlrat las Cook nut f a poor one,
and nKonii conk beiier man oeiore.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
It la theonlv tltenMl In ile that la warranted
nnl in lintN lllrli IN C iOKIMI. under anv clr
c U"Mancfl, Alveola make more money pelting
tl.i. vea.ei, inan any article in uae, lor every in.
lelligent housekeeper In Ihe touniry wants one
ANY ONE WIsllINO TO II UY KKIIITH OR
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or addre.
W. ). BURNETT.
5.23tfd.tw Thornlon'a Mlock.luth t., Cairo, 111.
HEAD QU A It T E K S .
BEERWART, 0RT1I & CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
Dealer In
STOVES, TIN WAKE, HOLLOW
WARE,
GRATES, MANTELS
PUMPS, Pi.OWS,
REFEIGEEATOES,
ICE CHESTS.
WATER COOLERS.
GOOCH'S FREEZERS,
BIRD CAGES,
"W I IRj E CLOTH
for Window hereent,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS,
&C, &C, &c.
FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
HOES, RAKES,
' SHOVELS, FORKS,
SCYTHES, SNATHS,
CRADLES, i:c., Ac.
Alio manufacturers of
GUTTERINO AND ROOFINO,
Tin, Sheet iron & Cormt Ware.
iolc A Kent for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric Moveaiile Point Steel Plow,
Gray' Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
SCANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATOR j AND CORN MILLS.
AND
RICHARDS PATENT CHIMNEY
TOP,
Worrantcd a aure cure for amoklng thlmnles.
Our Homo Advertisers.
NMURANC'E.
MEN WANTED !
E X T R A I DU C E M E N T S I
Tho Cairo 1 Ft. I.oula It, It. Co. want !M men
nt once, to work on tlm linn of their road in
Alexander county, Horn 6 to 15 mile north id
ruiiji.1. for atatlon work, Hunt nil, twenty
rentapkMprry rd. Chopper, ill! !D) tn dor.
laraan'l ftfly renta per day. Day mii oniiraiie,
(It two dollar, and Iwentvnve cenla per day.
Hoard II Onperwem. I'rornpt payments in cali
gnuranteed by tbe Comrianv.
uurunieiMi uy m lyfiiriimnv.
Apply toJiHIN MUI.VKV, Sup't on the woik,
SUTTER & niERWIHTII,
GLASS STAIN ERS,
708 AVASHINGTON AVENUE,
bT. LOUIK, MO.
.Stained, Knameled, Kmboaaed nnd ground Glass
of every ileacripilon.
PARTICULAR ATTKNTInN PAID TO CHURCH
WORK. ear-Orders frnm all part9 of the country
prumplly attended to. S.ai diw 3m "
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
Wi.iiianiON Avcsvt, I'ou. 7nt Btbkit,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaiters and
Shoes,
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
They ara alao prepared to mpply Ldi and
Gentlemen with the BET OF bU0V WORK, at
nurti that difr competition. (""
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
A.'SSETS, $600,000.
JOHN A. HUCK, -
U. KNOBELSDORFF,
Prcsidont.
Hccretary.
DIRECTORS.
Chas. Rkitz, Henry Weiier,
A. C. Kkinu; A MlSCH,
Chas. Wentiie, Ciiah. Veruiia,
Francis Lackner, Chas. Daeqlino,
C. llmscii, Wm. Reinhardt,
John Feldkamp.
Tl.. . ...... ...I . .
the northtel. The only cotnpaoy which uar
aulee. a cah surrendtr value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
&.'JMIr for Cairo ssssd wlclsslljr
FIRE AND MARINE
INSTJBA1TOE
COMPANIES.
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
Asset tl,10,21C U
OERUANIA, N. T.,
Aaseta ....1,001,711 78
HANOVER, N. Yn
A. acta 724 Mi W
REI'UllLIf, N. Y,
Asseta 71I.MJ 00
Comprllnjr the Underwriter!' At,ency.
YON K ERS, N. Y.,
Aa.et . a;s id il
ALBANY CITY,
A'l"?tt HltnillllltHlIMWHIMH.llll t(tt41s3103 23
firemen's FUND, 8. V.,
Aeti.. .. .. t?,M) W
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
A. HI. ..l,tXl,lU
Htore., DwelllnK, Furniture, Holla and Ct
K'-", inurel ut rate. a. (tvraule a iound, per
manent aeurltv will w.rrant.
I rrauKtfully ak of the cltiiena ol Ca'ro,
aharrof their patronage,
'. N.lll'UHSCI.
W. II. MOHKIS,
Notary I'ubllc.
II.
No. Pub. and II. H. Com
FIRE, HULU CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
.KTNA, HARTFORD,
Anela . .fi,M,VA 9T
NORTH AMERICA. FA,,
Aaseli .2,7U,O00 00
HAIlTFOItt), CONN.,
Aset t2,Jl,I10 72
PHCr-NIX, HARTFORD,
AeU............. ...tl,7ll,t W
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Assets .... -.tl.jy.SJS 17
I'UTAM,IIARTFURI,
Aneli M rW.3T fry
CLEVELAND. CLEVELAND.
Aaieta IUS.C7 SI
HOME.COLUMnUS,
AstH...... . .. ... J13,27S 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Aaatt ...fi00,0ug 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Aaatt ,ouO,ono M
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets.- ....l,iOO0W 00
RAILWAY FASSE.VGER3 A-SU11ANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Anata .yyiO.OCO 00
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
Asset M.....C,C2 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Ohio Lever,
City National Dank, CAIRO, ILL.
Railroad Advertisements.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
100 Mile Ihe htsorfeat Hossle
TO CHICAGO,
ElKbty'SllIra ibe Hstvrteat Rome
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CUANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Detroit, CleveUnd, Niagara Falls,
lluttalo, 1'IM.I.IUK, W-i-lllilKton,
llaltimore, I'hiladelphia, New York.
Ilooton and all points ea.t.
Mllwaukle, Janeaville, Madlaon.
l.aCroaae, bt. Paul and all points north,
1 his ia also the only olrect route to
Decatur, ninominulon, HprinKeld,
I', orla, Qulncy, Ku kuk,
lliirlinxlon, liock talind, Halle,
Mendoia. Dixon. Kreeuort.
Ualena, Dnli.irjue, Moui wily,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Cars
On all Night Trains.
niKKe Checked to all Important polnln.
For ticket and informalinn, apply to I. C, R.R.
ilepnt t airoi on board tne lran.it ateamer be
tween Coluinbna and Cairo, and at tne prlnclnd
rnilroa ticket oHic througliout the aoulh.
W. I'. JOHN i'N l)n'l i'iii Ag'ti Chiuaio,
A. Mitchell, Gen'l Hup't, Chicago,
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD A N D ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On nnd nftor Monday, April 24th, 1972,
trains wilt run as follows:
NORTHERN DIVISION.
TRIS OOISU S0t'TIIT.
Mail. Express.
Leave Virslnla .,m V'tn.
BDrlnatleld- V.'iO " 3,00
. T oFvil lM ' M "
ArV.veit Wna- "
TRAINS OOINQ SOSTIIWCar.
Express. Mall.
Leave Fana '' a. m i,3i a. rn.
" Tailorull" " " 4.28
Arrive at Hpri'gtlld...8,IS ' 0.00 .
Leave Hprinsfleld H.25 a.m n
Arrive at VhRima VM " s.u
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
TIAINS QOIHO lelTUIlBT,
", KUra , 8.2J II.W '
Arrlvs at Bhawmst'o 25 " j.is i.

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