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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1872
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of New York ;
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
"We, the Llbcntl KcjwMfeani of the
United Stat" In Conviction assembled at
Cincinnati, proclaim the following princi
ple! as essential to Just government:
DEAD INftl'E HIBIED.
1. Vie recognize tho equality of nil
men before tbo law, und bold that it is
the dutv of the government in its dealings
with the people to mete out EQUAL AND
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
"WH.VTEVEr. NATIONALITY, KACE,
COLOR OK PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OU POLITICAL.
2. AVE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OK THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED IJY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENTS OF
t.N'1 VERNAL AJIXKSTV.
3. We demand tbo immediate nnd ab
solute removal of all disabilities impoicd
on account of the rebellion which was
finally subdued seven years ago, believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
DEMOCRATIC TO THE COKE.
A. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guurd tbo
rights of all chiieni more securely than
any centralized power. The people nnd
the public welfare require the SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE MUTECTIOS OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. Wo demand for the
individual the largest liberty consistent
with public order, for the state self-government,
and for the nation a return to
the methods of peace und the constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TRl'E AH I'ltEACIIIXU."
6. The civil service of tlio government
has become a mere instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and un
object of selfish greed. It is a scandal
and reproach upon free Institutions, and
breeds a demoralization dangerous to the
perpetuity of republican government.
C We thereforo regard a THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
a one of the most pressing necessities of
the hour; that honesty, capacity and fidel
ity constitute tbo only valid claims to pub
lic employment j that the offices of the
government cease to bo a matter of arbi
trary favoritlim and patronage, and that
public station become ngnin tho post of
Conor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
AiivELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAltiri'fllJENTIUN KIIUVED ABIDE,
We demand a system of federal tax
ation which shall not unnecessarily inter
fere with the industry of tho people, nnd
which shall ttrovMn tlm mi-Ana m.ni.sfirv
to pay the expenses of the govurnrnont,
vvuUU,nuiiy aurniniHtcrcu tlio pensions,
the intemt on tlio vmblie dnlit anil h mod.
erate annual reduction of the principal
VI. ian4 t(OBiz that thoru aro In
our inluu honen but lrr,.,.,.n,ill.i,. Mr.
ri f 0pnl0" wlUl rcKrd to tho ro
&,UsV",r protection nnd freo
siov iTm,'?Ksm THE DISCUS
IN tiiimii 7.;:;.,. J " irur ur
it lllKllt COS ! tviisinwn iMu
The presidential move to Long
Branch takes piano on next Saturday.
Tiif. hunters of Now Orleans havo
formed a Greoloy nd Brown club. This
is right. Mombera of tho craft In all the
cities of tho union should do likewise By
honoring old Horaco,'llicy honor them
Mrs. Clem Is going through another
ono of hor trials. for murder In'Indlannpo
Hi. The enso is interesting, but tho an
nual sensation is almost lost, coming at
the samo time with tho office-holder' con
vention. Ok.urit Smith, In his speech in tho
ofllcc-holdcrs convention called Grant tho
third savior of his country. A country
with thrco saviours ought to bo pretty
well saved, but the pcoplo.liavo decided
that tho Job will not bo woll completed
until tho country is snved from Grant.
Woodiiull has writton a letter ol three
columns, accepting tho nomination for the
presidency, by the Apollo Hall conven
tion. Tho dissatisfied, who don't liko
Greeley nnd won't havo Grnnt, enn voto
for Victoria. Sho hns tho ndvantugo of
Ulysses in one re.pcct sho can make a
speech and ho can't.
The Grant newspapers protest ngainst
the practice of taking tho voto for presi
dential candidates on railroad trains.
Tho majorities shown in nlmost every in
stance for Greeley nro unpleasant fore
runners of tho result of tho November
election. But If radicals, nro affected so
disagreeably by'the result of theso test
votes, they will, liko Rachael, refuse to bo
comforted when tbobona-llde election in
tho full is ovor.
Tiikef. or four negroes spoko in the
office-holders' convention on "Wednesday,
and oxpresscd great confidenco in Grant.
In tho republican party, tho enthusiasm
for Grnnt teems to bo proportioned to tbo
intelligence of tho members, increasing in
a double ratio as it descends in the social
scale. The bone, sinew and brains of tho
republican party cut loose from Grant
long since, lenving him tho center of n,
circle of admirors made up of Miarp rasenh
and deluded dupe?.
I.v his speech in tlio Philadelphia con
vention Scnutor Morton Raid "tho republi
can party is not a worshipper of men.
'It only does honer to tho pioneers of the
'party so long as they aro true to the
publican ticketinhis life,and would havo nc-
cause." As Gen. Grant nover voted a rc-
cepted a nomination for tho presidency as
readily from Undemocratic party as from
the republican if. tho former had offered
it first, ho Isn't much of a "pioneer" of
the republican party, but he t's true to the
principles of tho party as at present con
stituted, and henco it Is truo to htm. He
Is true to it In all Its wrongs against tho
spirit of our institutions, truo to it in it
mistakes and its blunders, truo to It in its
corruption and foulness. His loud-speak-
ng actions have proved his devotion to it
and tested his fitness to bo its tool and has
bound tho radical party to him by band
of steel. No "pioneer" though ho had
grown gray in tho service, could bo as ac
ceptable to tho radicals as Gen. Grant
The nominees of tho Philadelphia
convention are, for president, as was ex
pected, Ulysses S. G rant, nnd for vice-pres
ident Henry Wilson, of Massachusetts, as
wns not altogether expected. The letter
OUR I WASHINGTON LETTER,
Washington, D.O., June 4, 1872.
REPLIES TO MR. RUMMER.
Tho remarkablo arraignment of Presi
dent Grant by Senator Sumner has cre
ated o niosl intense sensation here, and has
been characterized as tho greatest effort of
his llfo, a republican senator saying that
tho worst of it is that it !s true. Ycslor
day, that bud of great promlso who has
blossomed Into a full-blown partlzan wind
bagSenator Carpentor made reply to
the chajgesmade by Mr.Sumnor, nnd in a
few words stated a great deal. Ho said
that Henator Sumnor inaugurated tho po
litical debnto to prevent tho nomination of
General Grant, and thnt his arraignment
of tho president was very much liko
Burko's indictment of Warren Hastings,
which wns an exceedingly mean nnd ma
lignant production, and tho speech of tho
senator from Massachusetts exceeds as
much in meanness and malignity Burke's
effort, as it falls below it in eloquence and
grandeur. True, Sumnor did make his
speech to prevent Grant's nomination, but
it was a futiio effort.
Senator Carpenter's comparing Sumner
to Burko is a compliment desplto'the win
dy Wisconsin senator's criticism. Tho
whole speech was a scries of cxcusoi and
denials, without any proofs to back him
up, and full of low-flung personalities,
which gnvo great pleasure to tho "clique,'
Senator Jim Nye execptod, 'as ;ho looked
in surprise nt tho would-be AVobstor, play
ing tho rolo of low comedian, whicn be
longs of right to the Nevadian Nye. Sen
ator John A. Locnn, who has dropped
from his fenco position right plumb into
tho lap ofUlysses, got on.his stilts, and in
virtuous indignation roared at the top of
his stentorian lungs a .defence of that great
and good.mau who has been so shamefully
assaulted by his sotne-tiino friends. 1
don't think the Illinois ranter accomplish
cd much in his defenso of tho president, or
lu his assault on Senator Sumner, for as
his voice filled tho hall, and his saturnino
faco looked darker, nnd his long Indian
looking locks wcro shakon in defiance, the
minds of thoscjwho know the man's his
tory ran back a few years, and a glanco at
tho past of the speaker, sufficiently ex
plained tho. present. Tho speeches were
ended, and only tboso woro convinced of
tho purity of Gen. Grnnt nnd.his adminis
tration who wished
Tho adjournment of Congress on tho
10th of June, as ngroed upon, is looked
upon by mombers of tho Houso ns settled,
nnd they will not listen to any request of
the Senate to prolong the cession. It Is
doubtful If there will be u quorum by tho
end of tho weok. I trust that the demo
crats will not leave, no matter what, may
bo tho circumstances, until there will be no
chunco for springing the obnoxious Grant
IN AVOIDING 8CYLLA THE KEN ATE RAN
ON TO CHARYI1DI6.
To save General Grant and his adminis
tration from the consequences of their ac
tion in the salo of arms to France case, tho
majority of the committee, sustained by
tho senate, havo assumed a position which
has furnished England with an argument
to be used before the Geneva tribunal to
tho effect that according to the position of
the United States senate, England cannot
be held responsible for anydamago that
may have been done by confederate cruis
ers which.were. built in and.escaped from
THE 11UELL RECORDS.
Ex-Presldent Johnson'was before tho
committee on military affairs yesterdav,
and testified that he knew nothing of the
missing records, and explained thut he had
no personnl difference with Gen. Buell,
and no interest in having the records dis
appear. Tho public clamor will no doubt
force the committee to make public the
testimony thus far taken as desired by tbo
The senate comrnittoe on privileges and
elections to-day will submit the report in
tho case of tho charges against Senator
Pomeroy, of Kansas, for bribery. Tho
scnutor will get a good coat of whitewash
of the picturesque and romantic. These
added to a perfect eumne ana you hare
In the Fort "William Henry Hotel an an
tique paradiio In a Talley of tahlsta In
combination with all the comforts or
modern civilization. Those who have
not done this trip and enjoyed tho pleas
ures of a sojourn at LakcGeorgo ihould
not fall to do so as It will prove an ovent
In their lives, combining, comfort, pleas
ure and tho gratification of aesthotlcal
tastes. I speak by tho card and know
whereof I speak.
FORNEY MEANS MISCHIEF.
John W. Forney Is for Grant and
ngainst Hartraft for governor of Penn
sylvania and Simon Comeron for U. S.
senator. How ho Is going to devide his
liko and dislikes I do not sco. Ho praises
tho address of Hon. U. R. Buckalew, tbo
democratic candldalo for governor of that
stato In his papor 1 T ho Press, ' and he
won't go for tho radical candidate. Oh
where will Forney bo found?
r Phillip D. Baker, tho mall robber
arrested at Clarinda last week, wa(
sentonccd by Judge Lovo in tho United
States District Court at Dcs Moines, to ten
years' hard labor In tho Iowa penitentiary.
Before tho sentenco Bank made a piteous
appeal to the Court for mercy, stating
that ho had a wlfo and five children
depending upon him for support; that ho
had been in tho sorvlco of tho United
States as mail carrier for twenty-two
years, and had nover tampered with the
malls until about a year ago, when In a fit
of drunkenness ho committed hU first
crime. Tho prisoner wns sent to the
9"Horaco Grceloy relates to an lnti
mnto friend tho fact about his celebrated
garment, as follows :
"Peoplo suppose it's the same old coat,
but it isn't. The original whito coat came
from Ireland. An emigrant brought it out.
Ho wanted monoy and I wanted a coat,
so I bought it of him for twenty dollars,
and it was tho best coat I over bad. Tbey
do work well in the old countries not in
such a hurry as wo do."
SIQN OF THE
74 OHIO. LEVEE,
WhotMata and Retail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull stock of Pure braga and
For the teason ; also a full line or
AuJ l'llntem Materials generally.
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'S.
from Grant which was to startle tho coun
try, was not read, nnd tho Philadelphia Judge Thurman can't seo the immaculato
convention has stnrtlcd the country in I)urIl" of "Subsidy Pom.,'' nnd refuses to
nothing in it make-up, its platform, nor
iU candidates. It has however, pretty
well demonstrated that tho presidential
contest Is to.be between the present liicum-
bont und Horuco Grceloy, nnd
tlio patriotic citizens need not
feur us to tho result. Evorv dny since tbo
Cincinnati convention, has added to tho
strength of Hornco Grceloy before tho
sign tho whitewashing document
Tho ' Republican ' bore this morning
gives tho exuet voto'on tho '.rutlflcation of
tho supplemental nrticle by the Donate,
which wih 43 to 8. " Tho latter woro Hvo
democrats Cassorly, Davis, of West
Virginia, Kelly, Sumner and
Tipton, nnd thrco republicans Cor-
bett, Edmonds nnd Hamilton of
Texas. Seven democrats beside Mr.
pooplo. Tho result of tho Philadelphia Schurz voted in tliu affirmative Messrs.
convention will add immeasurable to this Bayard, Norwood, Ransom, Stockton,
Btrenethbv deciding manv renublban in "ecker and Hamilton, of Md." After
" " " 11 1. T ,1 . n .
lt r i-i t. i ai lf , 111,3 1 Bujjposo nun omnnor, ftcuurz una
lilt fnvnr iilui iili usnltiiil tlm unt Un .F . 1
CAisr. ivi r i ... MY'U 1 S 1 0 N OF
ENOK AND DICTATION
8. The public ctcdit must be sum-ai..
maintained, nnd we DENOUNCE UK.
PUDIATION In every form und Kl,u
IHO r TIIK TKIIEMETAI.
J. A BPKKIJ V KKTUHN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
alike by tho highest considerations of com
mercial morality ana iionokt government
A WORB FOR TUB NUI.DIEH llOYN
10. "Wo remomber with crutitude tho
sacrifices of the soldiers and sailors of the
republic, and no net of ours shall over
detract irom tiielr justly earned fame, or
ut iuii rewaraa ox ineir patriotism
AVAUST, LAND KOBBKKN
11. We aro opposed to all further grants
of land to railroads or other corporations.
TUB PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD BE
HELD SACKED TO ACTUAL SET
TLERS. MBEBAL rOREIUX POLICY.
12. We hold that it is the duty of the
government in its intercourse with foreign
nations to cultivate friendships of peace
by treating with all on fair and equal
terms, regarding it alike dishonorable
either to deaianif what is not right or sub
mit to what is wrong.
13. For the promotion and success of
these vital principles, and the support of
the candidates nominated by this conven
tion, we invite and cordially welcomo the
"Operation of all patriotic cltlxens, wlth
u t regard to previous political afflle tl
Tintoil are democrats, lmvlnir Imnn nnl
the lato radical gathering in tho vain out of tho rnuicH, t Somobouv .
hope that Its choice would bo nnothcr than greatly annoyed ubout something, und
Grant. Tho Baltimore convention will hut not got scrisu enough to keep quiet.
ratify tho nomination of Greoloy and the T,,B
u! 1, . nil .1 r I .i muuumimiB in IIISIHUM III 11 110 ItlS 1-
wlinle country will breath freely in tho ., . n m .
' ' ioi ables now ros d nn in tho enn Uu
agree that tho tldoof travel will go north
ward this summer instoad ot to tho sea
shore. The benutv ami ntot
K. IjREKl.tY till rifiunr l.nnn nvnil. I lilf. BPftflArV nil !in tmniiiuai n..t I
1 , . "v" v" w vie 'ioC I ' J " " j'wifueut iUUlU ITUUI
ni, Uennral (irunt hua boon. Mr. New York to Montnml. by wav of lako
THE KEY-STONE HTATE FOR HORACE.
Chicago Tribune Corrripoodeoce
I talked with a man. the other dav. who
had just been travelling in Pennsylvania.
Ho is an old journalist, long connected
wltb n daily paper in opposition to the
Now York 'Tribune.' "But." said he
" tho peoplo aro all for Old Horace. I
met hundreds and hundreds of old farmers
up in Pennsylvania, and they declare
they will vote for Horace Greeley, no
matter what tho conventions do. I don t
bolievo that any earthly power can pre
vent him from carrying that state by an
immense majority." It was only a few
davs afterwards that I met Captain Tur
nor, of Pennsylvania, a member of the re
publican central committee of his state.
In reply to my inquiry as to the situation,
he said bluntly, "Oh, h 1 is to pay I
Greoloy is sure to carry the state. We
can't help it. The jig ii up." I have
myself recently been in Pennsylvania, and
know that many republicans there, both
amone lcadine men and the general bodv
politic, are most earnestly for Mr. Gree-
ley. as lor inu oeniocraia, iney re tor
him to a man, and with notable enthusi
asm. There can be no sort of reasonable
doubt that the liberal reformers will
sweep the old Key-stone state like a tor
nado. Ana men, you Know, "Asgoee
Pennsylvania, so coes the Union." This
has been said till you cau't rest, and
must be true. It was to cobble up Penn
sylvania that the office-holders called their
convention at its principal city ; but they
already see, and many of them privately
admit, that they will be beaten badly In
October, and fearfully in November. So
they make nothing by their motion.
MONDAY AS PAY-DAY.
Both in England and America, several
larce firms have tried, within the last year,
the plan of paying their employes on Mon
day, instead or on Saturday, in every
case the results have been most gratifying.
The temptations necessarily Involved in a
day of leisure and a pocketful of money
have been no longer reit. Sunday instead
of bolng devoted to dissipation, has become
a day of healtnful recreation and rest; and
the week's wages, formerly in great part
wasted, have been used to far better advan
tage Under the old system it often
happens that flrstclass workman lose
from one to three days early in the week in
rooovoring from tho effects of their Sun
day debauch. Under the new system this
evil no longer oxlsts It is said that the
samo number of men do one-and-a-half
times as many days' work in the samo
timo. Tbo efficacy of tho change has been
thoroughly proven. It Is to the Interest
r both master and man; and it therefore
lies in the power of every employer to add
greatly to tho physical nnd moral welfare
of his employes, not only without any loss,
but with a positivo gain to himself.
The following is an official statement
made by tbo president of the Illinois
Central railroad company:
"Tho arrangement entered into between
the Illinois Central railroad company and
mo .Mississippi uontrai, and row Orleans,
Jackson & Groat Northern railroad com
panies, provides that tbo Miaslsalnnt Cen
tral railroad shall, at onco, bo oxtended to
Cuiro; and that the whole lino, from New
Orleans, shall be operated in closo connec
tion with tho Illinois Central, giving an
intorchango of all to nnd from north and
northwestern points, including St. Louis."
THIS HOUSE 1 MEWLY FITTED UP WITH
"JENNY LIND" TABLES,
SUITABLE FOR ALL KINDS
TUB SALOON IS STOCKED WITH
THE BEST BRANDS
hopeUiut deliverance from radical mis
rule U assured.
uruciey may fu. ii.,.i i.. . ... o,,i.,i i,,m,,n,u it i. i ...,
full 1 m ii wrunv uus ..-,- i. iu in wl ui ,m.
1 i recWy fal"g or not, will turo. Lake George, near Saratoga, is the
r, ,Mru 7l ov,:r,"'ti General half way halt. Tho Fort "William Henry
.runt, railing In uU other iVm,.,, ,1M llH(l hotel at this famous resort, a princely
... . - v ii ""n,n''oi, kwll iu palace and managed In princely style, is
our History. Mr. Greeley lm klu,U(!lV 0WneJ nna oonducloj b T. oegj)lo a
lltictt economy j ; General Grant I. comv.s. Sou, also owner, and proprietor, of the
' r. ureeiey U ex. magnificent ''Arlington" in this ex
perienced the history and policies of our Fort WlUUm Henry has accomodation.
imvorntnniii IJnr nrni fir-nut liu,iu 1 r.. .
ing of either. Mr. Greeley ha. opinion, not surpassed in the wor Id and h,l 1,U
",1," TL-r ? LTJ? M-nenade, situated at
..,.i,icuS,Ui ni ii iuiiuiivu iu m-im 01, anu overlooking tho )fcke
his own personal gains in office. Mr. w'th magnificent mountain ranm.. JL'
i:. . i. 1.. .i.. i .... niii,. .1.1 .i. . o on
jituioj iiiaitin inai, ii inu iicuiue ueuiuu me grounds miu! ....i
against tho president on a question of reproduce Ihe "Arabian Nlrhts 11 .n .
luvaflnn 11,.. !..,.. .1 I.I. .1.1. 1 , I t... l.l. .. . aiinOSt,
i u iiiuum jrum, uunerui i m wm. ivuiiuu oi r.ciulnirti
vii Mm, mania mm mere .nun oo no repeal
of protective taxation so long as Boutwell,
and Robeson, and Borie, and Kelly oppose
it. Chicago Tribune. s
A splendid lot of Magnolia and Em
press Ladies' Slippers nt Elliott & Hay
horn's, Commercial avenue. if,
ir i.-.l i i . . i--" ..V
n m w rill, mh in i.nnti.i. ...i.ii- ..
.. ... MI.VU, KIIIIHllie man.
fiom tho front dimly suggest, that from
the dining room of Victoria hotal over.
looking tho lakes of Killarny. The lake
pre.ents fine facilities for fishing; is pro,
fusely stocked with row, sail and .team
boat., which In this work-a-day age aro
i.'on.iderations equally as powerful as those
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAQARA, N. Y.,
Aaet (1,4)0,216 V
QEHUANIA, N. Y.,
At 1,008,711 78
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Aet M .720 00
REPUIILIC, N. Y.,
Aet 7H.WU 00
Comprising thcUnilerwrltera' A&cnoy.
YONKERS, N. Y.,
AsmbI 878 464 61
Assets 463,193 23
VXREMEN'S FUND, 8. F.,
SECURITY, N. Y.-
.H'0,f. Dwelling, Kurollure. Hulls aud Car
5?"' ' yuteil ut rale, h favurabUas aeunu, par-
------ .vvurny win wurraoi.
.h.rLVJ'r!:""11)' " of Mie clllseua ot Cairo,
anartor lli.ir unironaae.
ARE COMPOUNDED IN THE
'sW-COME AND SEE FOR YOUR
Tbey keep on band a fine stock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AMD HOLLAND HBRRINGS
Art spread moraiDg and tttaiog
-A.T asriasrm coiook,
At which all are invited to partake
FREE OF CHARGE.
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., 0
THE ONLY RELIABLE GIFT ENTERPRISE
IN THE COUNTRY I
S6O OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed in
ii. 3D. s i asr Ea
165th Regular MoDihlr
To be drawn Monday, Juo 3J, Un,
Two Grand Capitals or
85,000 In Greenbacks j
Two Prises $1,000
rlvel'rixcs 600 5. I (IHKVWnAni'u
Ten Prizes 100
One Horse aad Buggy with HIUer-Moaoted Har-
One floe-tontil Kosewooit Piano, worth (SOU.
Ten family eewlng maohlnee, worth lift" each.
Fit heavy caned old hunting watah. ami kHii
g' Id chalne worth jru each. Kite gol I Amer-
lean hunting watches woith IU each.
IMIICH KUIU nun
untitle watches worth Slao anil.
J ffOld KHll Silver III., l.tlnlln.
watches, In all, worth from IJOtol'sr. Ldle'
gold Icontine rhain. genl'e gold rest chains,
eulld and double plated slUer table and tea-
il t. I l,llul"isrn aiuunis.jeweiry, etc,, eic
ww i.w.n ..uiiiuvr ui Kim, o,w
Do jou wish to recelrn all the beneneflU of
flrSARATOGA, N. Yn
kjr BLUE LICK, Ky.
Without the expense of a trio to those resorts.
If so.nDt.lT to us. Ws reoelre thesewaters di
rect frern the springs, and are prepared to lur-
msn inrm pure, ivt. uol,u. r res 11 anu l.liely
from our counter. Persons II Vina at a distance.
or who wish to hate the water la their homes,
caa be supplied wlthHsratoga In bottles, and Illue
lick in bullies, Hugs bdu uerreis. i;iui anu get
acircular In rerd to the medicinal rlrtues ol
these noted waterr.
Also a compete Una of toilet articles. Im
ported and American Wosps,
together with a large assortment of Druggists
An effectual prerentlre ol Cholera, Typhoid
FeTsr, rmall-Hoz. tearlet Kerer, Measeis. Cat
tl Disease, aad all pestilential aad contagions
UI. esses. It is put up la pastboard cartons, the
toes of which contain rwrroratloos. from which
it can be sprinkled aa from a pepper box. Hold
07 DSntbA I DH1A31
The retail price is U cants per package.
(Proceedings of the Hoard of Health Official.)
Orrict Bjaio Of Hssltb, St. Loi'is.TAi May,
1S71. The resident physicians states that he has
used. In the city hospital, the carbolic ac.
powder and finds It the best disinfectant and
destroyer of bugs, ants, cockroaches, Ac, ot
which he haa knowledge. Tour committee re
commends the purchase of this powder. for use
In the hoapltats.
(Signed, R. II, O'BRIEN',
Clerk Bnerd ol Health,
We are now In receipt sf a freah stock of
Our Home Advertisers.
No. Pub. and 0. B. Oioi
1 1ST STJS,E.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
,. Ticket, limited
f.i ri 1.1
Axents wanted to ll ll,'kl. In mhr.. Illr.l
premiums will he pud.
Mcgie tickets one dollar 1 six tickets Aiedol
sr: twelre tickets, ten doll.ru; twenty. fife
twenty dollsrs, '
Circulars containing a full list of prlies, ade.
scriptlon of the manner ot drawing, and other
Information In reference to the distribution, will
ra ..-,11 tu muj una oruerins iriern. All letters
must le addressed to L. U. BINK. Iioi. fed.
"'f'.r.h . . . Cincinnati. O.
iui west 5th St.. norJ-wAdly
Assets .....6,M9,6"4 W7
NORTH AMERICA, PA
Asset 12,763,000 00
A.selt 12,541,210 72
Assets .... fl,7HI,148 86
INTERNATIONAL, N. V.,
Asset fl,3i3,804 17
Assets 1700,937 00
Asset SJ13,C73 Hi
Assets 1515,27" 3
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 'M,M) 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIKE,
Assets 30,oix,ofl0 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIKE AND
Assets J1,&00() 00
ItAlLWAT PABSENOERS ASSURANCE
Assets J'JU.OOO 00
Assets G30,8C2 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CAN DEK,
71 Ohio Ivee,
City National Rank, CAIRO, ILL,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. HUCK, - - - President.
0. KNOBELSDORFF, - Heeretary.
Chas, Reitc, Benrt Weiier,
A. 0. Kesino, A. Misch,
Chas. Wemtiie, Chas, Veroha,
Francis Lackner, Chas. Daeolino,
C. Htascti, "VVm. Reinuabdt,
The bast organlted and securest company ' Jo
Ilia northwest, The only company wnlck guar
antees cash surrender value.
CARL L. THOMAS, OW. Ao'T,
5-2M1T tmr Cmiw staMI Ylelsalljr
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized 11 v State Authority and
Drawn in Public in St. Louis.
Grand Singlo Number Scheme.
Claks E, to he Drawn May 31, 1872.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Prlte of...M$.V).'")
1 ' of...... 13.4M
1 of. . WMU
1 " of 7,5iiJ
4 " of... i,is
4 " of...... S.SOO
ai or..... i,cs)
20 " Of... ,'IU
W " of 540
Tickets $10; Half
uo prites of......i Ku
' of i,u
9 " of... 500
i " Of SOU
of .. 25J
3A - ofM. . W
1 " of 150
lew " of..... 1U)
MSJ " of........ 1U
Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, $2 CO,
Our lotteries are chartered by (tie Slate, are
always drawn at the lime named, aad all draw
ings are under the superrlsion of sworn com
ml'sloners. The official drawing will be published In the
St. Louis papers and a copy seat to purchasers
We wilt drew a similar scheme the tut day of
e ery month during the year 1C1.
Remitat our risk by poetnffice money order,
registered letter, draft or express. Bend for cir
o'er. Addraos, MUKRAT, MiLLE CO.,
P.O. box 2444. Ot. Louis, Mo.
FOR SALE, f.or Hale t FOB SALE,
I For Bait 1
fOli SALE. J KorSllel FOR BALK.
Fare from Livebpool,
Fare from Lovdcnderrt
Fare from Glasgow,
Fare from Queenstown
CAIRO, :::::::: $48'
isdord. Morris A Ca
Luarpool New-Tork and Philadelphia
rs-ena coxraacr wire isitid mtaa am iiitiib
for Carrying. the Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcarnxa uroaaiTioa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
15 Broadway, New.Tork, or to
Washington Arenue, Cairo.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
100 Mile Ike Hliartemt Aaste
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO .
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo.
Detroit, Cleveland, S" f"1.
Itiitlalo I'ltlsbutg, Washington,
Haltlinore, 'Philadelphia, New York.
Boston and all points east.
Mllwaukle, Janesrille, Madison,
LaCrosse, Bt. Paul and all point, north.
Una is also the only direct route to
Decatur, Bloomlnjiton, Slpringeld,
Peoria, Uulncr, Keokuk,
Burlington, KocW. Island, La Salle.
Mendota, Iod, Jf,r'p0f:
Oslena, Dubuque, Hloux Olty,
Omaha and all point) northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Cars
On all Night Trains.
Baggage Checked 10 all Important points.
For tickets and Information, apply to 1. 0, R.R.
depot t alroi on board tne transit stesmer be
tweeu Columbus and Cairo, and at tne principal
rallroa i ticket offices throughout the south.
W. P. JOHN-tON. Oen'l Pass. Ag't, Chlcato.
A. Mirciiiit, Gen'l. Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after UondTy, April 34th, 1972,
trains will run as follow!
lasns noma tovTisaiT.
..6:40 a. tn 12:35 p.m.
...e.eo 11 j:oo
Tailorrllle 10 52 6 24
Arrive at ranf iio o.li
tsiims ooiso aoatiwasT,
Leave Pana 4.U0 11 m 3.8s . m.
,.1S " 0U '
TBAIX OOISO aevrusasT,
Leave Edgwoed .5.30 a. m. 10.10 0. to
" Flora ,25 ' ll.40Pi
Arrive at Bhawusefn 2-35 t.u
Arrive at Springfield
Leave Springfield. i.2i
at Virginia. 0..