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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 1872
""JlK II. OtIBKlT. KdlUrand Publisher.
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.... 8 W
It is aid Thcodoro Tillon wroto
Woodhull'a lctlor ol acceptance. "Wo
know it was Tllton or Domosthcncs.
... twirLAB WKKKLT BULLETIN.
jAhn n. Oberly Co. hate reduced the mb
fpn" of th. Weekly. Calro Uullelln i
JSrpoblUibM In Southern Illinois.
' Good Enough
r fli where Ton h'
jRSfeb ttonV Its. II.
of Now York ;
TOR VICE PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
"We, the Liberal Republicans of the
United States In Convention assembled at
Cincinnati, proclaim the following princi
ples as cnentI to Just government:
DEAD 1HHVKH Bl'KIBD.
1. We recogtitzo tho cqualityjof all
men before the law, and bold that it is
the duty of the government In Its dealings
with the people to mete out EQUAL AX D
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
COLOR OR 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. We demand the immediate and ab
solute removal of all disabilities impoicd
on account of the rebellion which was
finally subdued teven years ago, believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
DEMOCRATIC TO THE COKE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
itb impartial suffrage, will guard tho
rights of all citizen more securely than
any centralized power. The people and
the public welfare require the SU PRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. Wo demand for the
individual the largest liberty consistent
with public order, for tho stato self-government,
and for the nation a return to
the methods of peace and the constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TRUE AN PnEAl'HI.U."
"Oiunt Intends to put Horaco Uroclcy
In Ma llttlo bed," says tho Du (juoln
'Tribune' Tho 'Tribuno' is mistaken.
It Is Greeley who Intonds to put Grant out
of lit bed in tho whito house.
TilKiin Is an item In tho bill making
appropriations for civil scrvico expenses
of tho government, of flvo thousand dol
lars for fuel for tho White homo for a
year. Isn't tho president's tiro-wood
rather cxponslve for an "economical " td
Radical newspapers should not be
rjuito so frco in flinging to the breeze tho
names of Grant, tho tanner, and Wilion,
tho shoemaker. Tho young Grants are
visiting royal families abroad now, and
these do not generally pay much attention
to tho ions and daughters of mechanics.
We have received tho second number
of tho ' Press,' a now paper published in
our neighboring town of Anna. Tho
Press,' only half of which is printed at
Anna Is proprietored by Mr. Wm. num.
phrey vllle, and Is a vcrygood-looking sheet.
From a diligent search of Us homo col
umns we aro unablo to determino what its
political opinions are, or whether it has
any at nil or not.
The wife of Jim Fisk decorated her hus
band's gravo with flowers some days ago,
the floral offerings costing in the neighbor
hood of three 'thousand dollars. Mrs.
Fisk has sent tho designs of a monument
to be erected over tho grave, to the sculp
tor, Larkins G. Mead, in Florence, Italy.
At each of the four corners at the base of
tho great obelisk Is a temale figure, respect
fully representing the drama, military!
ateamboating and railroading. On tho
sides between tho figures aro urns with
olaborato scroll above, in which flowers
can bo placed. Tlicro Is endless carving
and ornamental work In the design. Tho
cost of the monument, which cannot be
completed until next year, is estimated at
$.00,000. At the dedication, Mrs. Fisk will
invito the entire Ninth Regiment with
the band, to participate.
Somi: of the Egyptian radical newspa
per object to tho cotirso of the Carbon
dalo 'New Era in not hoisting the radi
cal stato ticket. The' Era,' though radi
cal to tbo backbone is not quite reconciled
to the way tho ring has managed the state
nominations. Some six months ago, when
it was announced from Washington that
the state ticket, with Oglcsby at the head,
had been made up, tho 1 Era ' demurred.
It warned tho ring, ono section of which
is composed of tho Munn-Pope-Linegar
party of Egypt, not to manipulate, stato
and local affairs ouitc so fast it wanted n
voice In them Itself. Hut the 1 Era's ' ob
jections woro futile tho slate was made
up nnd tho programme carried out at tho
6. The civil service of tbo government rnnvr.ntlnn. nml th iv.r' L 1S.
has become a mere instrument nf nnrtUiin I
tyranny and personal ambition, and un Sted. We cympatbizo with the 'Era.'
objtct of lelfi.h greed. It is a scandal The situation is unpleasant. Hut theru is
and reproach upon free Institutions, and balm in Gilead for Hull If ho will accept
creeds a demoralization dangerous to tho u. Lct hiln fHrS!lko tho band of radical
Prpetuity of republican government. . . i . ... i-i i tr
t-. ......... I sinners nnd come over to the liberals. He
. We therefore regard a THOROUGH W,U r0Ce',V0 1,10 rit:ht hand of fellwlllP
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE &n( himself frco to movo in an atrnos
u one of the mr.it ..in,. ,.'..!.t. f phoro where his honest soul won't bu
a,.,..,..,. ....v.:.,...Va1 I
the hour; that honesty, capacity and fldel- vexed by big rings nor little rings.
ItJ constitute tbe onlv valid claims to nub-
lie employment: that tn,, nw. nf ,h Chaui.es James Lkvkr, the author of
government cease to be a matter of arbl- many popular novels, died on Monday
trary favoritlim and patronage, and that last at Trieste, Austria, in tho slzty-cighth
r uccome again ttio pott ot -fcliT 0r ivur was of Irish
nonor. Td tiiki'vi, t.-. inun I J 3
ATIYELY REQUIRED Til AT NO I '''r''' "J " '
August, loon, lie was eaucatcu at Trinity
college in hU native city, and practiced
medicine lucre in early ittu. lie was
afterward editor of the Dublin 1 University
-. i - i
lion wnicb shrill not unnfact'tHurllv Inter- I "t
f... .i . . " . 1 1 - ...w.w.
. .r. rT'lr)'oribelc'Md tW Italy, which ha, been hi
, "J "' provi'ie two means necessary . , ,
w pay the expenses of the noveminent, 1 "omo I'm0t constantly. Contrary
now shows to tho world mora corruption
than 'any which hat preceded It lnco
tbo foundation of tho government.
Tho cotnmondallon of the ku-Vlux laws Is
consistent with tho whole courso of tho
radical party, nnd Iho rcspoctful mention
of tho "loyal women of America" Is an
uncortaln Lit of encouragement thrown to
tho hungry and waiting woman suffrag
ists, a bid for tho small influenco of tho
parly. Tho fifteenth section, rejoicing in
" tho growth of peace and fraternal feeling
throughout tho land" Is a contradiction
of the twelfth. And as Grant Is now the
radical party Its foundation, middle and
top structure, seventeen lections of the
platform might have been omitted the
convention presenting the claims and
promises of the party entirely In the last
Tho republican party of tho Uni.ed
States, assembled In mutual convention In
the citv of Philadelphia on tho 5th and
Cth davsof June, 1S7"J, again declares Its
faith, appeals to its history, and announces
its position upon the questions before the
I. During eleven years supremacy, it
has accepted with 'grand courage tho
solemn duties of the time. It suppressed
a gigantic rebellion; emancipated four
millions of slaves, decreed the equal citi
zenship of all, and established universal
suffrage. Exhibiting unparalleled mag
nanimity, it criminally punished no man
for political ofTenccs.'and warmly wel
comed all who proved their loyalty by
obeying the laws and dealing justly with
their neighbors. It has steadily de
creased, with a firm hand, tbo resultant
disorders of the great war und initiated a
wiso policy toward the Indians. Tbe
Pacific railroad, and similar vast enter
prises, have been generously aided and
successfully conducted; the public lands
freely given to actual settlers ; immigra
tion protected and encouraged ; and a full
acknowledgment of naturalized citizens'
rights secured from European powers.
A uniform national currency has been
provided, repudiation frowned down, the
ristaiuKNT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAMirrqi'EKTIO.N HIIOVED AHIUE.
J. Wo demand a system of fodoral tax-
tbeintl!1 l" n'.n,L0?.r" m'l,U""y ,ntn' meularly
erate anuual reduction of the principal 1,aPPy lr his domestic relations, and when
our midlt Ion3' :.e l"r,.?.r, ,n 1,U wlf0 dl,!1 "ot var- "S heforo hi
initi opMon wllh reKrd to the rc-
owr death, ho felt that his power in hi
work was lessened by tho bereavement
nnd so expressed himself In tho preface t
" Lord Kllgobbin, " tho latest production
ot his pen. Lever was tho author of
about twenty.flvo novels tbe most popular
,.f which were "Charles OMallcv."
maintained, and wo DENOUNCE HE. Maurico Tll"ay, or the Soldier ot For
PUDIATION In overy form and gul6u. tune-" "The Martins of Cro Martin"
KIHOOF TUB TKUE metal. Wld on " two others. Lever's works
0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO I Rro replete with Iri.i.
sruiK i-AiJUMia is uemanued inr!,i(.nt ,i .
;r;;",0,.V.,l"!' f protection and free
KTfYw A h,S?mit THE DISCUS
H Thip10 TllE VEOPIE
CONGKESS T H Kit V.O ITl WHO I Y
FREE OF EXKCUTWK 'lUTK livvn
BNCB AND DICTATION.
8. Tho public ciedlt must be sacredlv
.l ..... ni'vi.n.., r
like bv the hltrhest considerations of com
mercial morality und honest government
A WORD FOB TIIK NUEUIER IIUYN.
10. We remember with gratltudo tho
sacrifices of tho soldiers and sailors of the
republic, and no act of ours shall over,
datract from their justly earned fame, or
the full-rewards of their patriotism.
ATAIIHT, EAN KOHBEKN I
511. W are opposed to all further grants
of land to railroads or other corporations.
THKPUBMC DOMAIN SHOULD HE
HECD.SACRKD TO ACTUAL SET.
UBEBAE rOREIOW POLICY.
12. Wo hold that It ii tbe duty of tho
sjomnsnent In its intercourso with foreign
nations 'to cultivate friendships of peace
j ing wun uu on fair ana equal
Urms, regarding It aliku dishonorable
titber to demand what Is nut right or ub
it to what Is wrong.
I ?VB1fBOY IN VOTED."
jJs' Sr.lho. Pfomptlon and success of
TW .Prlnc,P)e. nd tbe support of
UmWi nominate by this con ven
Hwsj'WBlBTltjand cordially welcoma tho
sm tf tnUou of all patriotic citizens, with.
ut tmri to previous political affiliation
wit, humor and
"amo nnd talents are
revered by native, of the Kmerald Isl,,
THE RADICAL PLATFORM.
We publish below tbe wordy pUifor
or tlio I'liiladelphia convention. Tlio urll
section is a review of tho blessings the re
publican party hag conferred on the coun
try, somo of which havo a little founda
tion in truth, other .being jpurely linng
Inary. In view of our still unsettled dif.
Acuities with England, and other foreign
countries, tho people will accept tho asser
tion as to the "honorable compromise" of
our foreign difficulties with somo llttlo bos.
Ration, tho fmciful declaration not qulto
agreeing with the facts In the case. Tho
reference to civil service reform is also
very tine, but tlio convention which makes
It represents an administration which
lias been in power over three years, and
national credit sustained under the most
extraordinary burdens, and new bonds ne
gotiated at lower rates. Tho revenues
have been carefully collected and honestly
applied. Despite tbe annual largo reduc
tion of rate' of taxation, the public debt
has been reduced during Gen. Grant's
presidency at the ruto of 5100,000,000 a
year. A great nnancial crisis lias been
avoided and peace and plenty prevail
throughout tho land. .Menacing foreign
difficulties have been peacefully and honor
ably compromised, und the honor and
power of the nation kept In high respect
throughout the world. This glorious re
cord of the past is tho party's best pledge
for the future. Wo believe tbe peoplo
will not entrust the government to anv
party or combination of men composed of
thoe who chiefly have resisted every step
!- .1.1. i .):. "
u whs uvucuujui Jiugress.
Complete liberty and exact eoualitv
n tho enjoyment of all civil, politicul.
and public rights should be established
and elk-dually maintained throughout tho
union by efficient and appropriate stato
and federal legislation. Neither law nor
its administration should admit of any
discrimination in respect of citizens by
reason of race, creed, color, or previous
condition of servitude.
3. The recent amendments to tbo na
tional constitution should be cordially sus
tained uecause tney are right, not merely
tolerated because they are law, and should
be carried out according to their spirit by
appropriate legislation, the enrorcemont or
which can bo safely trusted only to tbe
party that secured these amendments.
1. Tho national coverninent should
cek to maintain an honorublo peace with
ull nations, protecting its citizens every
where, anu sympatnizing wun all people
who strive for greater liberty.
o. Any system of civil service under
which the subordinate positions of the
government aro considered rewards for
mere party zeal, is latally demoralizing,
and wo tncrcforo favor a reform of tlio
system by laws which shall abolish tlio
evils or patronage and make honesty, em
ciency, and fidelity tbo essential qualifi.
cations for public position, without practi
caliy creating a life tenure of office.
0. Wo are opposed to further grants of
puuuc lands to corporations and monopo
lies, nnu demand thai tno national domain
bo set apart for free homes for the peo
7. xiio annual revenue, alter paving
current debts, should fnrnish a moderate
balance Iwr tlio reduction or tho principal,
and tho revenue, except so much as may
bo derived from a tax on tobacco and
liquors, should be raised by duties on im
portations, tho duties of which should bu
so adjusted at to aid in securing remuner
ative wages to mo laborer, and promote
tno inuustries, growth and prosperity or
tbe whole countrv.
8. W o hold in undying honor tho sol
diers and sailors whose valor saved tho
union. The pensions aro u sacred debt ot
tho nation, and the widows and orphans of
uiose woo uieu lor tncir country aro enti
tled to the care of a generous and grateful
iuuiic. ii u nivur auuu uuuuionai legliila
tinn us will extend the bounty of the gov
ernment to all of our soldiers and pallors
who were honorably discharged, and who
in tho line of duty became disabled, with.
out regard to the length of scrvico or tho
cause ot such discharge.
0. Tho doctrine of Great Hritnln and
other European powers concern ng al o-
nianu tlnon ...1.1,.... ..I.......... ...I I...
having at last, through the efforts of tho
rcpuoiicjii pariy, been abandoned, and
tho American idea of tho individual's
right to transrer ills allegiance having
been accepted by European nations, it is
tho duty of our government to guard with
jeaious care the rights ot adopted citizens
against the assumption of unautborlzml
claims by their former government, nnd u
urge uiu continue j nnu care uiencoiirn..r..
ment and protection of voluntary imml.
10. lho franking nrlvilci-n nm.l.t t ),,.
abolished, and tho way prepared for u
icru- reuueuun in uie rates ol postage.
... iiiuul: lmu uuekunni ii' i r t it....
ior attention is that which conrfin.. tin.
relations ol car. Hal unJ lw i.n.iiii..
tcpubllcan party Mcoirnizn the Amv nf n
l. 'l. " U..
imMiig irgmuiion m io jecure rull pro.
lection and the amplest field tor capital
uiiu lur nil. fir i.iu .r n.......
11 "'. ...v. v.kftiu. ui i.ufltlll.
wiu luruvai oiinuriunuii.s nnu a lust aimm
of tho mutual profits of these two great
v. .nun ui civilization,
We hold that congress and the pros
& M'V'y fulfilled an imporatlv.
should bo treated with respectful con
ilderallon. . ,,
16. Wo heartily apprbvo of the action
of congress In oxtendlng amnesty to thoso
lately In rebellion, and rejoice In tho
growth of ncaco nnd fratornal feoling
throughout the land,
10. T'ho republican party proposes to
respect tbo rights rcsorvod by tho pooplo
to thcmselveaj as carofully as tho powors
delegated by thorn to tho stato nnd to tho
federal government. It disapproves of
resort to constitutional laws for tho pur
poso of removing evils by Intcrforonco
with rights not surrendered by tho peoplo
to cither tho stato or tho national govern
ment. 17. It is tho duty of lho general govern
ment to adopt such measures as will tend
to encourage American commerce and
18. Wo believe that tho modest patriot
Ism, tho earnest purpoe, sound judgment,
practical wisdom, Incorruptible Integrity,
and illustrious services of Ulysses S. Grant
have commended him to tho heart of tho
American people, nnd with him nt our
head, we start to-day on n new march to
s9"Mr. Edwin Uooth has sold his spa
cious and handsomo rcsidonco nt Long
Branch to Mr. Robinson. Ho will, how
ever, resldo at Long Branch this summer
in tho villa owned by his father-in-law,
Mr. J. II. McVicker.
$57" Herr Bulow, tho pianist, Is to per-
formjn San Francisco in tho autumn,
and the ' Morning Bulletin ' warns musical
critics against saying, "Man wants but
little Herr Bulow, but wants that little
long," the joke being its exclusive prop
he define his position.
(From the Clnclnasti Commercial.)
Cincinnati, June 5.
To the Elitor of iht Commercial ?
In view of tho unfriendly comments nnd
unjust aspersions Indulged In recently by
western papers, of the Hon. August Bel
mont, 1 havo obtained his permission to
publish the following letters, written me
by him, as of their respective dates. The
exalting desire of some pin-feather journal
isti to force me to a position on the Gree
ley question is affecting, and coupled with
facts and arguments of Mr. Belmont, is
calculated to bring ono to a posture ; but
I don't know so well about democrnts ob
taining their political medicine from the
new drug store or llalsteaJ cc jicLean,
especially with such a coaling of nsaftctida
upon it as surrounds the Greeley pill, for
it Is only fishy democrats that liko such
bait. However, as n nervine to niv snort
inc friend of tho Louisvillo 'Courier-Jour
nol,' I will say that I prefer Greeley to bis
Mr. Hendricks, the champion traitor of his
day, and as between urant and Urecley, I
arn decidedly opposed to anv moro cen
tralism. C. W. Woolley.
Lono Island, May 21, 1872.
My Deak Sik Your kind letter of the
17th Inst, reached me here, and in reply I
beg to express to you my thanks for the
flattering confidence which you manifest
for my judgment and sincerity of pur
I mny err in my appreciation of tho
difficulties which surround us, but 1 can
say, without egotism, that 1 merit your
guuu ujiiuiuii us iu uiu aiucurii ui mv
intentions. So much am 1 Impressed
with tho fatal consequences in store for
our common country by the re-election of
Grant that I could willingly vote for my
deadliest enemy in order to prevent such
a castastrophe. Tho nomination of Gree
ley is ono of thoso stupendous mistukes
which it Is difficult oven to comprehend ;
but it is now an accomplished fact, and
we have to deal with it as best we can. I
take it for granted that all thinking men
have come to tbe conclusion by this time
that tbo nomination of a straight demo
cratic ticket at Baltimore will either elect
Grant by tho people in case of Greeley's
withdrawal or throw the election into the
House, if Greeley should stand a poll,
and then, ulso, Grant will sure to bo
elected. If the convention can bo got to
nominate Greeley at Baltimore, with any
thing like unanimity, lho largo body of
the democratic party throughout the
country will vote for him, and wo shull
havo enough republican vote to make tho
election more thnn probable, even if wo
should lose one-tenth of our vote by de
fection and apathy.
Whether this nomination can be brought
about remains a serious question, and I
arn not able even to form a judgment on
this point nt this early day. At present
many leading men and party organs, be
sides a vf-ry large portion of the German
vote, aro bitterly opposed to hirn. Be
tween now and tho Oth of Julv Greeley's
strength must show an increase or decline,
anu it win men ue tor our convention to
adopt what courso may be deemed wisest.
Though he is to me almost the most objec-
lonable person whom tho liberals could
elect, still I arn decidedly of tho opinion
that our best policy will be to indorse the
Cincinnati platform und ticket. This Is
tbo general feeling in this state, and our
delegation to Baltimore is, by n largo ma
jority, composed of Greeley men. As our
delegation votes as n unit, you may set
the vote of Now York down as almost
certain for Greeley. 1 was not at Roch
ester, and have been left oh"
the list of delegates, most nrob-
bly on the account of the bos-
tile position of tho' World' and 'StaaU
Zeitung' against tho Cincinnati nominees,
ni win uuicgation unuouoteuiy was se
lected with but that one idea of making it
...... r.. i i -. . i . p
u.w .ui uruwicy, i. uioai uu&uru story
has, for years past, been started and cred
itedthat I am a large shareholder in
tho 'World,' and control its tendencies.
I havo never held a single share in it, and
do not exercise any influence over Its editorials.
Should circumstances ahano themselves
so that tho liberals desert the Cincinnati
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
Tho success of deserving contemporaries
always gives us satisfaction. In an especial
manner aro wo pleased at the moro than
ordinary success of tho Cairo Bulletin.
Its very ablo editor, John II. Oborly esq.,
has purchased tho half intorost of his co-
ropriotor, and is now Its solo owner,
bo Bulletin has been somewhat
constrained in Its courso by reason of tho
isolation oi mo gentleman associated in
tho ownorehlp, whoso residence and In
terests Jay In nnothcr direction. This
hlndrunco removed, our frlond will riio to
the position ho so eminently deserves.
His paper, heretofore one of tho best In tho
country, will now tnko stondlng foremost
among tho leading ones, and achieve a
distinction rarely attained. Wo aro glad
not only becauso of tho political Influenco
of tho Bulletin, but becauso of its
pecuniary success. State IttgUier.
I'AtE . Stl'HIJH, Asj't-
SIMIL1A SIMILIBU8 CURANTUR
HAVE prored, from the most ample xnr
lenee, na cnllrv luccem) Himplt Prompt
!intnl Reliable. Ther ro th onlr m.j(.
clou perfrcltr adsptnl tn popular use no iln.
pie that mistakes cannot be made In using them;
an harmle aa to be free from danger, and ao
efficient m lo be always reliable. They hare rata
edlhe highest commendation from all, and will
mwaya rentier Baiisiociion.
1,1'urea Oven, congestion, Inflammation.!!
norma, worm reter, worm coiic..iB
-rylnsjolic or Wthlnuot infnl...W
nirrtio, of children and alulti.!
Itvaenlery, vtipinK.b'lloua colic ..M
profiine perioJa iiS,
h. difficult brntlun...M
benm. Erysipelas, EruptlontU
(Holer, coldi, bronchllun.......'i5
Xenrulsria. touttuche, iaceache.,.)
leadftehea, alck heidache. mtlgoW
Ijmppln' bilious lomachr......!U
nn lie, too
Cro nil, coug
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r. .. ....Tlia... .lariurn...
Rhvnmatlam. rheumatic nam.
severand Aaoe.clilll let? r,agueW
llle. blind or bleeding.
Ophtnlrmjr, and aore or weak eyeu.
'afarh, acute or chronic, Influence.'.
Asthma, oppre-neU breathing t0
Kar UlactiarsM, Impaired hearing
ncroiuin.emargru gianua, aweinngtsu
ucnerai ucDiisir. i.nyaicai weak.
nr.s ... tA
DroiMjrand acanly!ecretions ,M
Nea flcknt.ICKnrm frnni ridloiSi
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ervou Debility, aemlnal eiaio
on.Iniolunlarr dlscl.arge ..! no
t lsenoset.wlta cne2ria or i-owde-
err DfCf..rj id serious canea5 CO
Nora Mouth, canker............ ....to
I'rlnnrr WenknriM, wetting led-0
i-niuius rersoaa, wun apai
MilHerlaRwtchance ol lift- 1 uo
!.pllepjr,Siam, sl. Has ilance.l 1 0
DlpOierlauIc, erated aore throat Ui
Of 3.1 to 60 larice vlala, moiweo
ormewood eae, eonutlnlsajra
appcIHe for eaery oadlnary alm
eaur a fntnllr la atsblect lo. and
book ofdlree lloiia ...from floto 124
"nnllpr ramllr and XratellBK ca-en
'jo lo bu tints - irom to $t
Kpeotne inr an rrivate siiewe,
tioih for Curing- and ror Frevea
lite treatment, in Tiala and tweaet
cairn, .... lo S
I'o.Mi'ri Ex riiAcrr
Cure. Burn, Urumn, l.ameneei, boreneaa, Borr
Throat, bpraln, Toovturhe, Karache, Neuralgia.
Rheuniatiim, Lumbago. Ptlea, lloila, Htingt,
orc byen, uieeuingbl trie Lunei, noie, morn
aeti. or of I'lleaiCnraa. Ulcera. Oil Horea.
l'nce, floz., tu eta.; I'lntn. I1..V)! yatrtr, ll'Ji.
MS'Tnese remellea, except Fond a Extract,
by the rie or f Ingle box, are rent to any part ol
ttiecouhtrr. by mall or expre, free of cliarge
on receipt ot tne price. Addreta
HUil 1'IIKh.Y.V ril'EClFli:
IIOMEOIMTH1C M EWCtNE CO.
Office and Ilepbt, .No. li!l Ilroadway, Nrw-Tork
FOK HALE 11V V. f-CHUIl, CAIK, Ilia,
.i . . M,J
of the I LT for luppreislon
tirina in .....i t i Veusnai)io organ aa
.tV ?. rt" .'Wy rebellious regions
and fur tin. ... . . : ' r,:ui"us region
' '1 L I Mal0n of tllu hallot-bo)
thank, on fc. 1 ,T M nl to Hi
m. Ny,!du,nou"ce the repudiation ofUm.
L" I I' 01'', ?SnV" disguise, a a
the i reduction of tbe Vi$$
i .r '""-,,;"l,ulon iu8 boiunco,
mm vunuucruij uxjiuci. mat oujr excolleu
uaiiouai turruncy win uo perlcctoj by
speedy resumption of snocio navmont.
11. Tho republlcnn party It mindful o
us obligations to tno loyal women o
America for their noblo devotion to th
cause of freedom. Their admission t
wider field of usefulness is received with
satisfaction, and tho honost domands of
any class of citizens for additional rights
ticket between now and July, and that wo
sco a chance fur success by n separate
ticket, then I hope the choice may fall on
Groesbeck. Ho, with Sanford Church or
Q. Adams, would make a stronger tick
et than any other combination.
lours, very truly,
Niw Yobk, June 1, 1672.
Mv Deak bin Ureolov has
so far not lost strength in our state, and
mo meeting or tno ireo traders nlglit bc-
J 1.... I 1. a n "
ore mai, iiuougu coinposeu oi many of
our best citizens, did not have anv ouuldn
nffoct. Their plan of maklnir a now nom
ination will amount to nothing.
i ours, yery truly,
LI..KN, MULKKV & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J.Allen, ")
John H.Mnlkay, ) CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
ATartlcutar attention paid to rlrer and ad-
n. I rally buainefH.
OFKICE Orer FirttNailonal Bank, Ohio LeTee.
GREEN A; GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William If. Oreen, 'i
William II Oilbert, CAfltO, ILLINOIS.
Mllea r. Uilkert, J
SMSiecta. attaslinn glren to Admiralty aod
0FFICK OUIO Lf.VEE, ROOMB 7 AND 6 OTIB
CIT7 NATIONAL RANK.
KKAI. KHTATK AUKXCV.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
"4 (HECONIJ FLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
Uuv ani Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELE
And epare Coureyancea of Kinda;
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOAKA, N. V.,
T. I-OUIHURROW-OUAaE CONVENTION
aJ(!ntmknt or delegates.
All reanized narrow. l'iihl-k railrumi
companies aro requested to send delegates
to tho convention to bo held In St. Louis on
tno nineteenth or tills month. The objects
j. uiu loiivuiiiiuii nro io uiscuss tno pruc.
tlcability of tlioso roads, to agroo upon a
lltllfl.r,., ......r.... .......... ....! a- '. .
--..-a... UI.l-, mm io uoviso
mm'! to ""tend tho system. Dolcgatos
will have tbo cortlQcatcn of their appoUt.
ment signud by tlio ofllcors of tho company
1 oy reprosent. On arriving at St. Loufi
i ui? 1r.u "lue'tcd to leave tholr crodon
I otiia w Viu 0.mc,) of t,,e Cri "J St.
Mrd'aSlii '"P-"'; third story .Tac
card s building, So. lloi 5orth Fifth Street.
""'ffl a".lt, oflrrangemen'ts.
.Memphis, JuneC, 1872.
OEKMANIA, N. Y.,
A-t - 1,J!,7! 78
HANOVER, N, Y.,
Aaseta 720 jw Ul
IlEI'UllLIC, N. Y.,
A""-'" 7H,M3 l
Comprlalujr. UicUnderwrltcra' Agency.
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Afseta , 078 M M
FIREMEN'fi FOND, H. F., ' .
AuMcta cia.itoo lie
MEC'URITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Htorea, I)HellltiK, furniture, II ill I a and Car
(Ciea, inatired lit ratei a fnrable as aouod, Der
manent Hfuiirit v will warrant.
I ri'nj'tfcilly ak of the cltlicrm ol Cairo,
aliareof thuir atronat;e.
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'S.
A Ticlini of early Indiacretlnn, cauaiau oerroua
debility, premature decay, etc., ,ainK tried in
vain etery advertised remedy, baa diacoTtrml
almple meamof aelf-cure, wli.ch lie will aend
fiee lo hli lellow aullerera, J. II, Reeves, No. 7S
Nassau n(reel,Nw York. augMwIy
THIS UoVxE l. NEWLY I'lTTKD VP WITH
"JENNY LLIND" TABLES
SUITABLE FOR ALL KINDS OF
THE SALOON IS STOCKED WITH
THE BEST BRANDS
ARC COMPOUNDED IN THE
MOST APPRO VEDSTYLE.
BfifCOME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
They keep on hand a flno stock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND HERRINGS
Are spread morning and evening
-tVT 3STI3STE1 O'OLOOK,
At which all aro Invited to partake
FREE OF CHARGE.
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Uiu., 0
TIIK ONLY IlKf.IAllI.K (1IKT KNTCltPRlBE
IN TIIK COUNTHV!
S60 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed In
Ii. X). SIITE'S
lMlh He gular Moplhly
To be drawn Monday, June 3J, 172.
Two Grand Oapitam or
$6,000 Is Greenbacks J
Two Frizes $1,000 J (
Flvo Frizes 600 g. GREENBACKS
Ten Frizes 100 5
One Home and Buggy with "liver-Mounted Har
nett, worin V"' ean.
One flne-toned Koaewoixl I'lano, worth 1700.
Ten family tewing machine t, worth f lew each.
Five heavvcated gold hunting watches aad heavy
g Id chalna worth lJ each. Five gol I Amer
win hunting watchet wo.th 113 twh. Ten
ladira gold hunting watchea worth each.
Eight hundred gold and filter lever hunting
watrhea, In all, worth from lltoVio, Lad let'
gold leonlin chain, geot'a gold veit chain,
aulld and double liel ailver labia and tea
t fount, photograph albjmvjewelry, etc., etc.
W hole number of gittt, ,(), Ticktti limited to
Agenti wanted to tell tickets to whom liberal
(iremluma will be paid.
Hcgie tickela one dollar; tlx tlcketa flvedol
lara; twelve tickets, ten Uollara: twenty-five
twenty ilollara. '
t.lnulara containing a full Hit of pritet, ade
acrlpllonof the n.anner ol drawing, and other
Information in reference to the distribution, -wa 111
l-e aent to any one ordering them. All letter!
mutt be addreaiedto L. LI. MINE, Box, K,
"'" . Clnclnnail, O.
101 WeitSthit.. nort-wdly
MISSOURI STATU LOTTKKY.
Leoalizkd iiy State Authoritt and
Drawn in Fuiilic in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Clam E, to hi Drawn May 31, 1872.
6,880 Frizes, Amounting to $300,000.
jf....... 13, 41
of . lo.wu
t0 Prlia of...... l(tt
V " of .. I.CIJO
9 " ofM.... If
9 " vf...... 0
J " of..... . iM
y, " or...-.,.. j
30 " of... luO
lw) " of..... loo
" of..... 10
Tickets $10; Half Tickets, $5- Quarter
Tickets, $2 60.
Our lotteries are chartered by the Slate, are
alwaya drawn at the time named, and all draw.
0( are under the aupervliion of tworn corn
rni'tiuneri. The official drawing will t-e publiahed la the
it. Loalv papera and a copy aent to pnrchaaera
We will draw aaimilar eheme the lut day of
e;ery month during the year 1872.
Kmltat our rltk by i-ottnfflce money order,
reglttere.1 letter, draft or eipreaa. Hen J for cir
cular. Addretx, MUIIKA V, MILI.KK A CO.,
I'. O. boi ill!. St. Louit, Mo.
FOR SALE, ZptR.U r FOR SALE,
' I lr af P itkla I
Faro from Liverpool,
Fare from Londcndkrrt
Faro from Glasgow,
Fare from Qucknatowx
10 CAIRO, :::::::: $48' 20
iartorJ, Morris A Ca
Liverpool New.Tork abd Philadelphia
raaia coaraacr wiva cxitxd tvataa aanua
For Carrying the Mails.
FOR PA8Sa"gU TICKUTS
oa riamia laroawmoa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
IS Broadway, New. York, or to
Washington Avenne, Cairn. noit. 51
ILLINOIS CUNTRAL RAILROAD
100 Mllea the Nhortcat Iloatc
Klgbtjr'Mlimtie aborteal Hoite
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FKOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FltOM OAIKO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolla, Toledo.
Oetrolt, Cleveland, Niagara Fall.,
Ilulfalo, I'lttabtiig. Waahlngton,
llaltlmore, 'I'hllalelphla, w York.
Ilotlon and all points eait.
Mllwatikle. Janeavllle, Madison.
UCroaie" Bt. Paul aid all points north.
1 lua la nlo the only direct route to
Decatur. llloomlngton, Hpnpgeld,
Peoria OulnCV, Keokuk,
Buri&ton, flock fa'land, La JM..
Mendota. Dixon, Freeport,
Oal.na, Dubuque, Hloux City,
Omaha and all polntt northweat.
Eleeant Drawing Room Sleeping Cars
On all Night Trains.
Iiagage Checked 10 all Important points.
For tlcketa and Information, apply to I. C, B.R.
depot at alroi on board tne tranut ateamer be
tweeu Columbus and Cairo, nnd at trie principal
railroa I ticket o dices throughout the aouth.
W. P. JOHNSON. Oen'l Pats. Ag't, Chicago.
A. M ileum, Oen'l. Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD A ND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R-
On and aftor Monday, April a4tl, 1872,
trains will run as lollowii
Taaia ooixa aoctaaasT.
Leave Vlrslnla.-... i.;,ln
Hprlngfl' d M
Arrive at Pana
vaiiaa ooiku noarawxaT.
1 I'ana m.
Arrive DP,,V,.,,,V,,U t.w
Leave Hpringfleld .I..2S a.io
AmTeaf Virginia 8, 8.15
TBAtNl oatNQ SaOTUIAST,
Leava Edgwood 8.50 a. m. - 10.10 n, m.
", Flora-....-. 8.H4 i- U.tt
Arrive at Whawncal'n 8.89 5,1s
. 4 2
...3.33 a. ro.