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l'HE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1872
THE BgLLEHN.
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T,IC DOLLAR WKKKI.Y HlM.tKTI.V.
. it ntwrW Co. nave reduced tlio sub
Jtl nnoe of the Weekly Clro llullctln l
published In southern Illinois.
Mood Knoiipb
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
rrtu whrrc j" white tint
TntiT the fn ilnwn t .
Urclrr "' Brown."
for t'RKsinr.XT,
HORACE GREELEY,
of New York ;
FOR VICE rRr.SIPF.KT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,'
of .Missouri.
Tiik nittrdercr of Slmroti Tymlnlo lini
boon discovered. Ho Is nn Inninto of the
Illinois penitentiary, having boon con
victed of horse stealing. Tho (lovernor
Ims jxirdoncd liltn, so thnl lio tiinr bo put
upon bis trlnl for tnurdor.
-
Lamon' Ltfo of Lincoln is creating a
great nmount of (lleiislon it ml criticism,
and nearly nil tho critics dcnoutieu it ns a
verv linpropor book. It tells tnlos tlmt
should not havo been told, and robs tho
Idol of tho halo that has hcrctofoH! sur
rounded bitn.
-'
The contest for Urn Kttdical nomination
for Congress In this district Is becoming
decidedly warm. Hilly Hrown Is tho ad
ministration candidate, and on him beams
the supporting countenance of Hon. 1). AV.
Munn, the meek and lowly Ltnegnr, and
tho placid and gcntlo Pope, lie is un
doubtedly the Rntlical coming man. Hut
Ike Clemens, of Onrbomlnle, bolieves his
prospects aro line, and Jnko Yost is euro of
success, while. Uptitriiutil-Govornor
Dougherty who has come Into tho race bo
hlnd tlmo is contldont of his ability to
lead in thu home stretch. Oo it, boy.
Good Knough
DEMOCRATUMMjATFOBM.
iitK.t.niii.i:.
We the Liberal Republicans of the
UnlteJ State in Convention usfeinbled t
Cincinnati, proclaim the following princi
pies as essentia! to jut government:
DK.4IS IHMJI-H ItfKlKll.
1. We recegnizo the equalityof all
men before the law, and bold that it is
the duty of the government in Its dealings
with the people to tnele out KQU A L A N I)
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
VTUATEVEItXATIONALITY, RACE,
COLOR OK PERSUASION, RE 1.1
GIOUS OR POLITICAL.
I. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OP THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENTS OF
THE CONSTITUTION.
t.MVKUNAI. AMNKHTY.
3. We demand the hnmediato and ab
solute rercoval of nil disabilities impoiod
on account of tho rebellion which was
finally subdued seven years ago, believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
THE COUNTRY-
ISEMOriMTIC TO THE CORK.
4, LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard tho
rights of all citizens more securely than
any centralized power. The people nnd
the 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 the
individual the largest liberty consistent
with public order, for the statu self-gov
ernment, and for the nation a return to
the methods nf peace and the constitu
tional limitations of power.
"THl'K AS ItllAt'llI.VU."
6. The civil service of the government
has become a mere instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and an
object of selfish greed. It is u tcatidal
and reproach upon free institution?, nnd
breeds a demoralization dangerous to the
perpetuity of republican government.
Tiiuiti:i'4)iti: wisi: ui:mam.
C We therefore regard a THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
tu one ol the most pressing necessities of
the hour; that honesty, enpacity and lldel
ity constitute the only valid claim to pub-
lie employment; Unit, Um offices of the
government ccaso to bo a matter of arbi
trary favoritism nnd patronage, and that
puonc station become again tho pot of
honor. TO THIS END JTISI.MPKR
All VKIiV REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL HECOMK A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAKIITQUKHTION HHOYKtt ASIIn:.
7. We demand a system of federal tax
ation which shall not unncceisarily inter
fere with tho Industry of tho people, and
which shall provide tho means ricn.k.nrv
to pay the expenses of tho t-ovLTiummt
economically administered thu ni.titi..,,.
the interest on tho public debt and a mod
erate annual reduction ol the principal
LAMON'S LIFE OF LINCOLN
thereof, and recognize that there are in
our iniuti noncei out Irreconcilable dif.
ferenccs of opinion with regard to the re-
apecuve ev.ierns 01 protection and free
trade. AE REMIT THE D'SCPS.
oiui' yji iiifcji JU THE PFOPLF
tnoimfi! i -.v .,;!.. r? y : A DIS-
j..... n. i l ilt. IJKUISTOV nt;
CONGRESS TIIKHKftv wiwY. ,i
FREE OF EXECUTIVE lNTl' io'V'U
ENCE AND DICTATION 1
Ni ni:i'i i,iATio.v.
8. Tho public credit mu.t be sacredly
mBintalned, and we DENOUNCE RE.
PUDIATION in every form and guise.
HIMU OF THK TKIIK M;TAI
0. A SPEEDY RETURN to
SPECIE PAYMENTS is deman,!..,!
like by the highest considerations of com
mercial morality una Honest government
A WORD rOK THK NOLUIKIt ltlYN.
10. AVe remember with cratltude th
sacriflces of the aoldiers and sailors of thu
republic, and no act of ours shall ever
detract from their justly earned (ame, or
the full rewardi. of their patriotism.
A VAUNT, LAN IS HOIillUKN 1
11. We aro opposed to all further grants
of land to railroads or other corporations
THE PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD HE
HELD SACKED TO ACTUAL SET
TLKRS. I.1BKKAI. rOUEIUft' I'OI.HIY.
12. We bold that It it the duty of tho
government in Its intercourse with foreign
nation! to cultivate friendships of peuco
by treating with ull on fair and equal
Urtni, rogarding it alike dlshonorablo
Itber to demand what is not right or nub.
wit to what U wrong.
WEVEHYHOISY l. VI Tl'.ll,"
IS. For the promotion and succets of
that TiUl principles, and the support of
Sba MBdtdatet nominated by this conven
tioa, ,W invite and cordially welcome tho
afrtfaUon of all patriotic citizens, with
tit Mgntf U previous political aliiilatiori
(Kroii llicf-'t. l.ouH Itppubllcati.)
Wnrd II. Lamon, formerly United
States marshal for thu District of Ooliltnliin,
and n son-in-law of Judge Stephen T.
Logan, an eminent lawyer of Springfield,
Ills., ha presented tho public with a
ponderous volumo of tlvo hundred and
tlfty pages, entitled " The Life of Abraham
Jjlncoin, irom ins isirtii to tils inaugura
tion of President." This book will be
very generally read, acknowledged to bo u
vnluablo contribution to our knowledge of
an eminent man, und at tho some time
cordially condemueJ bya large proportion
of intelligent people "who are fortunato
or unfortunate enough to posse's a keen
sense of the proprictict Truth Is a good
tbing, but it is possible to get too much of
it, and tlierc ure some circumstances
whero "Ignorance is bliss," und it is the
Mipremcst folly to bo wise. Mr. Lamon,
howovor, evidently does not comprehend
this fact, and has acted on the principle
that nothing should be suppressed which
could throw illi atom of light or shade on
thu subject which be discusses. A warm
personal menu or .Mr. Lincoln, pound to
lum by ties olgratliuue us well as of poli
tics, and anxious apparently to make as
flue a specimen of the demi-god as the
material will permit, he has yet given us
as ruthless and unsavory pott mortem
examination as can be found in the wholo
raniro of biocranhical literature. Were it
possible for the illustrious dead to escape
from the ponderous toiiio al uuk uiul-c,
and revisit for a brief season, tho sceno of
his toils, trials, nnd triumphs, we think
tho first business transacted during tho in
tervals ol resurrection would be u found
kicking administered to tho gentleman
who has written his life.
Tho provocation for this kicking com
indices in tho earliest pages of thu book,
and, with a few insignificant exceptions,
continues throuchout tho whole work.
Wo are told, what might just as wollhavo
remained untold, that "there exists no
evidence of tho marriage of Thomas Lin
coln and Nancy Hanks (the parents of tho
president,) but that of mutual acknowl
edgment and cohabitation ;" that while
Thomas Lincoln's marriagu is properly
recorded and verified by the minister's li
cense, no fragment of documentary proof
can be discovered to estubiisii tlio validity
of the first. Furthermore, it is stated that
Mr. Lincoln seldom or never alluded to
his mother; seemed to havo an lnstinctivo
dread of reviving her memory in nny
way, und allowed tier grave to remain in
tho" condition it now covered with
weeds and briars, nnd consigned to utter
and contemptuous neglect. Yet he
tenderly loved his step-mother, paid
her the highest respect, and was al
wnys rcudy to mako her the theme of en
thusiastic pruise. In short, Mr. Lamon's
narrutivo does much to confirm, and noth
ing to remove, the reports which havo
been in circulation in Kentucky and else
where for many years past. Judicious
silence would have been highly appropri
ate in such a delicate matter a this.
Hut v!j-n love affairs are brought under
discussion, our biographer becomes oven
more garrulous and indiscreet. There is
no doubt that the tlrat and the only real
love winch .Mr. Lincoln ever cherished
was for Ann Rutledge, a modest, attractive
girl of West Salem, whoso strange, sad
story was origluully r.lrculuted in William
II. Herudoii's somewhat notorious leeturo.
When poor Ann, tired of wiiltini? for Mr.
MeNainiir, her first love, and hardly will
ing to marry her second, Lincoln snlvcd
tho embarrassing dilllciiHy by going
beneath the daisies, ths second lover
actually took leave of hl senses, and had
to oo carried away to a cabin ill tho
woods in order to recover his mental equi
Ubrium. Yet within a year after tin event
which plunged him into a profound grief
that was never wholly obliterated,' lio
paid his addresses to Mm Owens, ami up
patently was exceedingly anxious to
marry her. The lady rejected him
promptly, and lie then writes a letter to
Mrs. o. H. Hrowning, of Quiney. Illinois,
caiicaturiug his inamorata in the uiou
outrageous manner, and expressed hi,
views of the intended alliance in terms
seldom employed by gentlemen. Not
long after Mis Owens hud dispensed
with his services, Mr. Lincoln again
passed under cupid s yoke and laid his
slightly- battered heart at tho feet of Miss
Mary Todd. 'Lamon' tu tlwii'iinnnrv not
withstanding, lils nll'ection for the person
who was destined to bu hit future wife an.
peured genuine at least, at the beginning
--ami mi unquestionably felt, in hu
menus did, that he was making u brilliant
. . r wl,!1 H'u engagement was
; .7 '"By"" .Matilda Edwards, daughter
vru j-.uwards.of Alton. Ill mils.
u, i": 1 lmuu Edwards, ns 'La:
''. IV CHI lit 1i, nl. ,
"Ruins," and Paino's "Ago of Reason," ub
torbed their arguments and was accus
tomed to retail them out when
ovor a select audlcnco could bo gath
ered. Ho wroto n book In defenso of In
fidelity, which fortunntoly did not llnd Its
way Into print, and when political am
bition took hold of him ho was shrewd
enough to drop it subject so doniagltig to
his popularity. Hut ho novor changed
his principles, though thev may have
been slightly modified. Hcrndon snyi
emphatically" Ho was an Infidel,
atheist. He did not bollovo that Jesus was
Ood, nor tho son of God ho was a fatalist
and denied tho freedom of the will. Ho
told mo 4 thousand limes that bo did not
believe tho Hlblo was tho rovolatlon of
Ood, as tho Christian world contonds.
The points that Mr. Lincoln tried to de
monstrate in' his work woro: First, that
the Hi bin was not God's revelation ; and
second, that Jesus was not the son of God,
Pages of similar statements are given,
and thanks to Lamon, tho thelogiciil
status of the loto president is thoroughly
settled.
The political character of Mr. Lincoln is
presented in a new dress, and must nston
Ish those who have hcrotoforo belioved
him tho embodiment of honesty, modesty,
nnd unselfishness. Honest ho wn, proba
bly, as far as professional politicians can
bo; but n more ambitious, more cunning,
moro thoroughly selllt'h political leader
novor flgurcdin'this country If wo nru to
trust his biographer.- An anli-sluvory
man from conviction, ho did not daro
avow his principles until popular opinion
began to set in that direction, and then
went forward cautiously nnd anxiously,
fearing all tho while lest ho should lose
his chances for advancement. Not a par
ticlo of thn martyr was thero In his com
position ; ho loved Rome much, but
CVsar lnflnitoly moro. "Ho did nothing,"
says 'Lamon,' out of more gratitude, and
forgot the devotion of his warmest parti
sans as soon as the occasion for their ser
vices had passed. What they did for him
was quietly appropriated as tho reward of
superior merit, calling for no return in
kind. He novor wasted power to advance
a friend." Not n very flattering picture
this, of "tho second Washington," vet its
truth is confirmed by a multitude o"f wit
nesses. Thn moral of Mr. Lamon's book may
ho summed up In tho familiar proverb"
No man is a hero to his valet; no woman
an angel to her maid." Whatever dignity
nnd grandeur there may have been
clinging to Lincoln' garments, is
orTectunlly removed in theso curious
chapters; the idol is no longer either
bronze or marble, but rathor common clay,
nnd in some places badly smirched. The
author of tho emancipation proclamation
has contributed much to tho history of tho
nation, and secured for himself a liberal
sharo of Immortality ; but in tlioso graces
which adorn manhood, in those instincts
which constitute truo nobility of character,
in tlioso qualities which challenge the
admiration and deserve tho imitation of
mankind, he was, for the most part,
miserably deficient. How deficient, wo
should not haAO known had not Mr.
Waiiii H. Lamon written his life.
THE CAMPAIGN.
THAT CONFERENCE CIRCULAR.
MISAPPREHENSIONS CONCERN
ING ITS MEANING.
THE NEW
YORK PRESS ON
.SUBJECT.
THE
CASSI US M.CLAY IN ILLINOIS.
LOUISVILLE INSTRUCTS
GREELEY AND BROWN.
FOR
ners of the cupiul. Stephen A
rufuift,
vvmi t,Tjv liur UUa MJt.ss..
und Linen! n 1...,. ,
enamored that u tru.Z 'tly
obliged to tak him in K-....v.
i... ... m AfV. .. . :.:.".'"l.H' w"r
... . .... ... uiimhiui unite 01 insanity ul
""I'uimu us Jiuillieugo luiiucv
Ho never told his love to Miss Edwards'
and shu afterwards married the late N. I)'
not fcliuylor Strong, a lawyer well
known in St. Louis. When Lincoln re.
turned from his sanitary expedition, ho
was undecided whether to espouse .Miss
Todd or allow that Judy to chooso a moro
congenial partner; but after breaklngand
amending the ongiigemeiit oncu or twice,
he went one afternoon In November, 1 84 'J,
to u Mr. Matheny of Springfield and re
marked to him "Jim, 1 shall havo to
marry that girl I" and "marry thut girl"
he did. the same evening. Hoth husband
und wifo repented of tho illstarrcd nuptials
at their leisure
The biogrophy deuls a freely with Mr.
Lincoln's religious views us with his ama
tory exploits, und furnishes suflicient tes
timony to put him far beyond the pale of
what !s commonly called "orthodoxy." In
his early manhood he read Volney's
D1VKRSE CONCLUSIONS.
Nkw York, June 10. Nearly every
journnl in tho city discusses tlio manifesto
from Schurz, Bryant and Cox, coming to
divorso conclusions in relation thereto.
Tlio 'Post' of this evening, "liich should
know something of the subject, since Mr.
Bryant win ono of tho signers of tho call,
makes tho following editorial remarks:
"The 'Tribune' Is aghast nt llnding out
that there really were men who not only
did not go to Cincinnati on false pretences,
but they say so; that when they said re
form and purity, they meant reform and
purity; that thoy really did not
mean to cheat unybody, that they
have not tho slightest intention
at quietly sitting down, content
ed to bo chcuted. Tho Cincinnati conven
tion, so far as u great minority of ito mem
bers was concerned, was for a lofty
and noblo purpose. In tho hands of
a small majority, who gathered thoro
with qui to other motives, it turned
out uu impudent imposition a mon
strous fraud. Tho question is, what
shull bo done about it V If any ono really
thinks thu Cincinnati Convention did u
wise thing und answered its legitimate
purpose, suchlpersons have nothing to do
but support its candidates. It is tlioso
who hold that tho convention did not do
Its legitimate work who will havo nothing
to do with tho men it nominated, und who
want to come together lor further consid
eration. What the gentlemen who
como togotlior next week may say or do,
neituor inoy nor wo, nor nny oyuy else cun
tell, but they will not mako that' meeting
meeting for thn ratification of the nomi
nations nt Cincinnati. Whatever else they
may oo, inoy win coriaimy not uo mat,
Thoy huvo been made fools of onco by
others, and they do not propose to come
igetner now wiui u uniiuorate intention
f making fools of themselves in precisely
the sumo way. Tho meeting is called with
purpose; whereas, it would bo called
without one, if those who signed tho cull
could possibly reconcile thomselves to
what has beon dono at Cincinnati.
TIIK ' WORM).'
Thu'Woild' tO-dllV till Is M r HrnnW
that the democruts must contribute nine-
lentils 01 tlio votes ncenssnrv to nine t
Greeley und Hrown. Tho democracy
must Insist on u pledge that the cabinet
snail be democratic throughout. " Mr.
Greeley hus said," continues tho ' World,'
ii wu urn not misinformed, that ho will
ojler the secretary ship of stato to Charles
I'rancis Adams, and mako Mr. Trumbull
nttornoy general, in caso ho is olocted.
Thoro could bo no better appointments
on tlio scoro of personal fltuoss but tho
etl'eet would be to givo tho liberal repub-
iieuni mrco eighths of t be executive in
fluence. Hut Mr. Greoloy would not
even stop hero. So, with Adams as sec
retary ol slate, Fenton at the head of the
treasury, Trumbull as attorney general,
and Montgomery Blair as post-master
p, !"" woum no lour republicans
in tho cabinet, against three democrats.
mentThk:i1ll,' ,1Vl Ulnd of nn urrn'-'e-not
stand " l,e"' Prty wo.ild
fort from this announcement. Tlioso
speculations are, however, unfounded. It
Is positively certain that Gen. .Schurz. tho
night before ho loft this city, declared hit
purposo to support Jr. urccioy, nnu aiso
stated mat ho would auurcss mo noerni
convention to bo bold shortly nt Snrlnir
field, Ills., In behalf or tho Cincinnati plat
form and nominee. Ho will go to the
conforonco at Now lork in no unfriendly
spirit to Mr. Urceloy, but with thn object
of removing tho dllllcultlcs nnd objections
I,, .. -
which somo oinors entertain.
CASBIUS M. CI.AY AT Sl'RINUPlKt.D.
Sl'iilNdKlKi.1), Ills, Juno iC Hon.
Cassius M. Clay of Kentucky has consented
to addross tho people nt Springfield on the
twenty-sixth Inst., on tho occasion of the
liberal republican and democratic stato
convention. All tho railroads In the state
having connections with Springflold havo
agreed to carry patsongon for one fare the
round trip.
TO 1IAI.TIM0RK
Boston, Juno IB. Tho democrnls of the
Fifth congressional district havo chosen
Leopold Morso nnd Oliver Slevons, both
of Boston, delegates to tho Bnltlmoro
convention, without instructions.
FOR URKKLKV AMI HROWN.
LotimviLMt, Juno 10. Tho democratic,
convention for tho city nnd county to-day
appointed delegates to the state convention
and instructed them to voto for dolcgates
to tho Bnltlmoro convention who aro in
favor of tho indorsement of Greeley and
Hrown.
PEMOCHATK! C0NVKNTI0.V.
Cincinnati, Juno 1C. A democrntlo
convention to elect delegates In the Balti
more convention will, by call of tho
oxecutive committee, made to-day,
bo held on next Friday.
TO 11AI.T1M0RK.
The agent of tho Baltlmoro and Ohio
railroad In this city says that tho road will
toll through tickets to the Baltlmoro
convention, good during tho whole month
of July for ono full faro going and free
returning. Arrangements to this effect
aro mado from Davenport, St. Louis,
Indianapolis, Louisville, Columbus,
Cincinnati und intermediate points.
THAT OLD WHITE HAT.
Krom the luvenport I'cinoural.J
Nowgbiry to the Liberals, who alrllco corruption
down,
And Klory to (he cnmlldalo, II, flreflry nnd
U.'atz liiown;
Now let there be Hit Mining times nf enninsM imj
debites
ThroUKhout 'he stumpfnjc regions of the re.
united State.
And thou fair South, our rmn fair South, lake
heart right merrllle;
From bayonet hordes ami raret-Lar your lands
shall soou be free'
Though thou wrrt stricken down full sur.-, tliou
shalt again enjoy
Alt'eipial rlclitt ami e ili'itroted them who
would the deatroy.
Hurrah, hurrah I th next campaign snail crush
oppretalon down.
Hurralil hurrah! lor Greeley and his lst bower.
Gralr. Broon.
II. G. I come'to marshal us In his nU MtutHPtiat
dreM,
And on hlabrnwanoldhile hat, far nobler than
a crest.
He look on the down-trodden Hoiith with pity
In hi eye :!
He looks on foul corruption uh glancei Mern
and hlKh.
HlabrnTe old axe he inakea it rln on many a
A roll frmn stale to stale H. O. and lctury.
And if the otricu 'holdert jell, yell lull iv
iney inar,
Kor never was there promise yet of t iich a "ino.
ing day,"
I'rexs where you see the old while hat Uli'll the
foes a re down.
And be your orirlame to-day, 11. Creeley and
Orati Urown.
Hurralil the Had are funking! hark to the niln
gled tries
Of ralumuy nnd ulander, of rooihiwl,!!, Kg.i and
lies.
The putlliiit Krnnt Is dodging round from Kue.
land tnHpaln,
With all his herding cousins and ayeophantlc
Irain.
Now by the country that, we love, la which r.ur
heart dellghl,
Unite around the ballot-box for enual law and
right;
Reptlblicani and democrnls, Hans, Jonathan and
Hat,
And Scmbo with the kinky locks, pre round
that old while hnl.
Andtlll they gather, still they come, from prj.
nr. laiiii nni iukp,
To rally round our candidate, Greeley and Orati
ifrown.
Unite in one phalanx, my Itils, and flrant will
have to care.
Murphy's already in a tlx, nnd Morton, too, look
Brave.
The ineu who fought mltiliKet will figlit with him
nun uu mure ;
And hands now meet which never met before.
Hemeinber Orint at Shiloh, when, reeling In his
drink,
He slaughtered men by thouands, nor ever
panted to think.
Iteinember, German, how he noid to Prance the
murdering guns.
Which widows lelt your sisters and orplutm I'rua.
ia' eonal
Then rally rcund the eld white hat, till like a vic
tor orown
It. shines, llurrnh for Greeleyjand his I. e-t bow
er, Gratt Brown.
TIIK ' 1 1 Kit a i i.
"nT . Ctt.m,?t '"'norably S
mi uiofioj niier ineir Bellvo Hurt r.ii,.tt,.
in thn filnr.tnn.il ,.n "participation
... w..v w.w. imwil kWMI VltilU(l)
THAT CIRCULAR AO A IN',
Wasiiinuton, D. C, dune 15 Tlio
signature of Gen, Schurz to tho cull for a
conference of the opponents nf Grant, to
bo hold at Now York on the 22d I ri at., litis
provoked' much comment, somo persons
supposing that it indicated opposition on
his part to tho Cincinnati ticket, and the
democratic opponent of Greeley and the
partisans ol urani nave taKen some com
BEAUTV OF WOMEN.
A New York contemporary draws a
purallel between American and Knglih
women, and by a very easy lino of argu
ment makes out the former to bo by tar
the moro beautiful. Of course we would
favor thu Yankee women, but the standard
of female beauty varies so with countries
and climates that each nationality con
ceives beauty according to its own fashion.
ino Alricaus, ot course, uguru beauty as
black or bronze, with swollon lips, and to
make tho lower Up more beautiful some
tribes render it more pendulous by attach-
ng heavy jewels or welkins to it tiirouuh
urtiflciul holes. In l'eruthe longest ears
are considered the handsomest, nnd u
great mark of beauty in thu females.
Somo pcoplo stain thoir teeth black and
somo red, und in Busquo tho women do
not consider tliemsolvcs fit for brides until
they huvo shaved thoir heads close to the
Bkin.
The Mexican women rejoico in low fore
heads and very thick heads of hair, the
blacker the better, and tho coarser it is
the higher the appreciation, while the
It liana venerate red, golden, and light
huir. Tho Spaniards fancy light, slender
figures in thoir women; tho Italians on
tho contrary, aro fond of full developments
of limb and figure. The Orientals
and Westerns aro also at complete
antipodes as to thu manner in which
thoy interpret beauty und whut ro
tates to it. The Kustorn women use yel
low cosmetics, while the French and 'Kn
glish dread that tinge in their complexion.
Tho Asiatic, whether of China or Slain, 1
leliithtod with the olive skin and hieli
cheek bonea of tho Mongolian women.
Thus tho negro adores the thick Hps, flat
nose, aim eoony tint oi ins race, and did
lie indulge in art, would produce Vonus
wiiu crisp pair, anu his if roup or the
Gruces would be of thu color of basalt.
It will bo remembered that a colored
painter once exhibited a picturo of a
group of angels to Nupoleon, in which
evory angel, wings and all, were as black
as the ace of spades.
uur rs'uw lork critio will therefore ten
that tho criterion of beauty is simply n
matter of latitude und lomritudo. and Unit
what wo call ugliness is only u want of
appreciation on our pari, or rather it may
I , . - 1 ll "1 l' . .n. J
uu lui uieu miDuiuvou ueauty. i no wo
man who sets value on tho nubile nnlninn
of her personal charms, and who l eriti.
clsed for her lack of them, has only to
uiiugraiu tu mat country wnoro ller pecu
II... .....1.. - 4 1 ... f I. .
uur aiyio ui uuuiuy is ill vogue, Among
mo great advantages ot Itnprovod travel
wo mav iiioroiorn reckon tun luxiii. i,.m.
portutfon ot unappreciated beauties, for wo
-viiy iiiuav empuaticaiiy ttiat ugly women
iiiiyniiore.
NKW MODE or WA8IIIMI.
i "u '." elruct" of soda on linen havo
wlii, i i 0 . 11 "ow method of washing,
Oonn.i,i" u,el! lolvely adopted fn
Thn n ,y'uMa lnl'iuccd Into Belgium.
II l0.,'or;lion c."sl-ls In distolvlng two
1." "VTl1 " ut three gallons of
dim. t , i, i. " T .h,ln(i cn bear, and ad
ding to this ono tabletpoonful of turpen-
tine nnd three of liquid ammonia; tho
linen must then bo steeped In it for two or
thrco hours, taking caro to cover up tho
voasel containing tbem ns nearly hermit
ically as possible. The clothes aro after
ward washed and rlnted In tho usual way.
The soap nnd wator may be re-heated, and
used a second tl'.no, but In that caso half a
tablespoonful of turponllno and n table
spoonful of ammonia must bo added. Tho
process is said to cause a great economy of
time, labor and fuel. Tho linen senrcely
sutlers at all, as thoru is littlo necessity for
rubbing, nnd Its cleanliness and color aro
perfect. Tho ammonia and turpentine, al
though their detorslvo action is great, hove
no injurious effect upon the linen ; and
wbllo tho former evaporates Immediately,
tho smell of tho latter is said to disappear
entiroly during tho drying of tho clothes.
American Artixin.
MVINOSTONK HA v.
A ' Herald' dispatch from London snys:
" A Bombay tolegram. received hero to
day, contains information about Dr. Liv
ingstone, derived from Arab sources,
which shows him to be woll. Stanley is at
Ugogoo and is coming to tho coast with
Livingstone's letters. It appears that Liv
ingstone traversed tho north end of Lake
Zangnnynkn, on his way from Monoyma
to Ujljl, where, obtaining stores ho return
ed to Unyunyombe. Ho refuses to leave
the country, Intending to exploro nn un
dor ground path between Lakes Cuyan
em lie and Nyassu. It Is alllrmed that tho
river ltuysi flows Into I.uko Zangunyak,
and henco that Zanganvaka Is not con
nected with tho Nile;"
UAH F1TTKKM.
II. T. QKIIOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Alt IK
Si AN FIXTUKKH,
Oa fitter' and l'luinlr' material, Woo
iniii, gino nnu anrie vaima, !()).
cock, check VHlves,etc,
into auasr mi
dilta llrotliei-H lHlt'iil Dry UK Meter
ind Mnrehauae, Well A Co'a Automatic Watel
..M.iiaiui nuunuppiy vaive mr siearn uoiicrs.
WINTKR'n Pt.OCK. COM M KftCt AL-A VKNU
NKW YORK STORK,
WIIOLKSALK AND RKTAIL.
LAROKST VAR1KTV STOCK IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VEKY CLOSE.
Corner nf Nineteenth treotaiad Coin.
usrrcsai Avenue,
OA1HO, ILLINOIS.
C. O. I'ATIKK.
Railroad Advertisements.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
104 Mile thr Ntiortrit Koiilc
TO CHICAQO
K.lKBty'MlltMalheHbortesat Hants
TO ST- LOUIS
NO CHANGE OK'CAKS
FltOM CAIKO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FltOM OAIKO TO
Cincinnati, tnilianapoll, Toledo, .
yetroii, Uleveland, Niagara Falli,
Huflalo, litlstmi(, a.htnuton,
Haltimnre, Philadelphia, .Vew Vorlt.
uosiou and all points ea.t.
Mllwaultle, Janesfllle, Madison,
LaCrnsKe, .41. Paul and all point north
'I his Is .'il.io the only direct mute to
Iiecatur, lllnoinlnxton, Nprinncl.l,
Ptorla, (lulncy, henkuk,
Hurlllllitiln. ItOCk Inland. I .a Halle.
Mendola, Dixon, Kreeport,
(lalena, Dubuque, s-loui Oily,
uniaiia anu an points nortliwent.
Elegant Druwing Room Slcoplng Curs
On ull Night Truius.
lla'ltage Checked to all Important point.
For ticket, ami Information, apply to I. C. H.It.
ileimtst aim: nn board tne tran.it steamer he.
tweeu Columbu and Cairo, nnd at trie ;irliiclinl
rnllroa I ticket ottlce lliroughoiu the .onth,
n. r. ijinnyjn, ien i ra, ak . v.rii('a.fi.
A. Miu'iirit,, fien'l. riup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
SI'UI NGFI EL D A N D ILLI N O I S
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1B72,
irain win run as ioiiows:
NORTIIKR.V DlVIMIo.N.
TRAIN HO I Mi aoviiirakT.
Mull.
Leave Vimlniii 0:40 r.. rn 1:.V. i..m.'
HpniiKtiel.l. " 3,00 "
5. e
S.17 "
taAI.NS OolMI NllllTllumT.
Kxnri-SH. M,,il
Leave Pann 4.00 11. In ,'1.:15 a. in
TuulnririllM 1 ill . I i.
Airive at H)rnified...ii.l.' " ..........V.fc.ni
Leave Hprinftlelil .5 ' i,.n "
Ain ii m Virginia o.u " y.ia
FtOUTIIKKN II I V I h I O .V .
TRAIN 001 Ml ailUTIKAar.
Leave Kdijuood 5.30 n. in. lO.lOn. in.
' Klnrtl H f. II II .ill
Arrive at .Shan neot'n .:!.'. " ..'..'..'.'.'."'..fi'lS
1 Tavlnrvllle lu.ft
Arrive at i'ana 11.40
UKKKItAI. A4JK.XTS.
IIALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
M EH CHANTS.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
Oil lit Utver nuil Kauettttitt
SALT GOjVnF.lTIEa.
70 Ohio Levee,
Cairo, Illinois.
F0U11TH OF JULY!
177G.
1872.
GRAND OKLKHRATION
II V TIIK
ARAB, HIBERNIAN,
and
HOUGH and READY
The iinilerrmned, Joint Committee of Arrange,
irienls ol the above named Kirn Companies, lieg
leave to Inform the people a. Clln .nil vicinity,
that ther have made nrrnuueinenla Tor CKI.K
I1KATIN0 THK NATIONS IIIHTIIDAY IN
a n a .V j) i: n s r r l k
than It has ever been celebrated In Hnuthern IP
thiols. Kor the purpose nf making the atiair a
success and furnishing means ol entertainment
to all, they have spared neither time, tabor nor
expense.
The celebration will liegln on thr morning of
"TIIK FOURTH," WITH A(IIIANI)
FIREMAN'S PARADE,
With Apparatus through the principal
Htrect of thu City.
The irocesaion will lie headed by the
CAIRO SILVER CORNET HAND
and Hill bn under the. direction of
-Mayor Lanudks, as Ghanp Marshal
nl Iheday, s,.,te, ,v .),. s. Hoavjir, Altnl
Thief Kngineerof I lie Fire lieartmeot.
Iniinedlaiely after the Parade the lluat will leave
KOR THE IMC-NIC GROUNDS,
inlhe Hhady drove f Kenturlty oiiponlte Twen
tieth street, Kvery nrovislon will b made to
reader tne Pic-nlo HIHC.CLAJJi lu every respect
R K Kit KS II M K N T H
nf every docrlpilon will Im on the grounds, and
dispensed by alt ible and attentive citerers. Full
arraugemeuts will he made lot
D AIT O I IT G ,
aud for thin purpose the Coniinlttee hare engag
ei Klienherg's celebrated Hralau llaao.
Tu: Declaratio.v or Indepes-dence
will he read by Hon, J. H.Oberly,aud apriruprP
ate speeehea will l,ilehvere. hy eminent speak
er, will he Interlude.! tiy select muilo by the fill
ver Cornet Hand.
Theday's entertainment will conclude with
A Gil AND BALL
in the Kveclng al
Washikoto-v Hall and Gardk.v,
under the direct management of the best Terpsi
chorean tiderilin trie Fire Uepartinent.
Several FiteCornpaniea from atirnad hare been
Invited, and will prnbab y be presrnl.
la conclusion, and on behalf of the above
named Fire Companies, the Committee reaped
lully invite the peopled Cairo and surrounding
country to participate in the reatiritiea, and thu
ast in making the afTalr a grant ance aud
worthyof the ever gloriotm " Foiirilu"
TICKET! roa tb PICNIC Joe,
Children accompanied by their parents, free.
T. J.Kerth,
II I.attner,
John (iock.il.
OlWITTtt I
A. husanka,
T. MLovell,
M. .1. Howlev.
Jo. M. Veirun,
11. T. Martin,
Harrrrlcbuh.
OUT E.NTKHIHISjn
GREEN RACKS
liar-
JBBte
ii
Principal Office 101 Fifth St., Ciu., 0
THK ONLV KF.LIAIILE IIFT KNTEHI'ltlHK
IN TIIK COir.NTltV !
S60 OOO OO
I N V A L U A Ii I. K 0 1 F T S
To bo dlstrlbutoJ in
Xi. 3D. SINE'S
l.Uth Regular MoPthlj
GUT ENTERPEISE,
To be drawn Monday, June .Id, I
Two Grand Capitals ok
So.000 In Grkenhacks!
Two I'rizos $1,000
Fivo I'rizos 600 .
Ten Prizes 100
One llorsuaiid Iluguy with -llver.Miiunlnd
ne, wortii psi each.
(hie unedrined Ituewond Piano, worth $V.
Ten family sewing iiianhlnea, worth (0u each.
Kiyn hcavvcaited gold huuling watohea Had heavy
g Id chains woiih tM each. Five gol I Amer
can hunting watctiei wo.th li'i each. Ten
ladiea gold huniliu: watchea worth ii each.
Light hundred gold und allver lever huntinr
watches, In all, worth from IM to t.'loo. Indies'
gold leontine chains, gent'a gold veit clialna,
olid and double pUied silver table ami tea'
spoons' photograph album', Jewelry, etn etc.
V, hole number ol gitta, u.ooo, Ticket! limited to
co.osi.
Agenla wanted lo kell tickets to whom liberal
preuiluina will be paid.
Mcgm tickets ono dollar s ilx tickets flvedol
lura; twelve licketa, ten dollars; twenty. five
twenty dollars.
Urciilara containing a full list of prlr.cn, a de.
Hcrlptlon of the manner ot drawing, and other
Information in reference to the distribution, will
be sent to any one ordering iheni. All letters
must be addressed to L. U. blNE, Hox, SO,
Vi'if'iJ' . .. . Cincinnati, O.
lid West flth t novwidly
$300,000.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized iiy State Authority and
Drawn in 1'uulio in St. Louis.
Oraml Siughj Number Scheme,
50,000 numueus.
Oi.Ar E, to iik Drawn May 31, 1872.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Prise of ttt,ooo
11, SMI
10,(.(l
7,sl
C,iJ
2,MJ
1,000
600
640
Half
Our Homo Advertisers.
of..,
of.
or.
of.
ol
of.
of.
of...
Tickets $10;
) Prises of. lio
111 1,IHV
V
u
II
3d
an
tHU
600
of..
of.,
nf..
of..
of..,
of,.,
of,
600
3'SJ
iW
200
160
100
in
Tickets. 5t Ouarter
m t i . -
XICKOIS, 92 OH.
Our lottirlea are chartered by the State, are
always drawn at the lime named, and all draw
ings ore under the supervision of sworn com
mlnalotiera. The oftinial drawing will be publlahrd iu the
hV.r?ul.'P,l),'nil copyaem to purchasers
of tickets. ' r
We will draw ailmllar aoheme the laat day of
e ery mouth during the year 1872.
Heinltat our risk by poatnftice money order,
reglatertd Utter, draft or expreaa. Bend for cir
cular. Addrasa, MUKKAV, MILLEH CO.,
V. U, box 'Ma. m. Loula, Mo.
-10dawtr
COMHUMIOIV AND rOHWABUINU.
Z. D. MATIIL'SS., Kl 0 .rjiil.
MATI1USS & UIIL,
AND 44R1VERAI.
Commissi on Merc h ants
DEALEIW IN
HAV AND WESTERN PRODUOh
WO. 64 OHIO I.EVKK.
MILLER & 1'ARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
Amp
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Ann
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRUANK'S SCALES,
hloO I.tret. VAIKO. ILUMOM.
J. 31. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hucceasora to K. II. Hendrlca-a A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
ISO
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
SC Liberal Advancementa made S2aSV
Safc upon Conilgnmanta. 9f
Are prepared to receive, store and forward
frelghta to an pohatt and buy and
aell on t'OttliniailoD,
tWDuslness ailended lo promptly.
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John I). Hillln,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
INK
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
tin
DEALERS IN HAV, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
CAIRO, ILLM.
CLOSE Si VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
ASU
aDEALEES I3ST LIME,
Cemest, Plamtir Pahis,
P L A S T E R E R'S H A I R,
Corner ElfjtHk trct ssad Oklat UlM,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
IKMIOBAMT TICBETti
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, ) For H.1. r FOR SALE,
I FcrHale!
(OR SALE. J KrHaielFOR HALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londcndekrt
Fare from Glasgow,
Fare from 0,ueenbtown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $48-20
darlord, Morris A Ca , gents.
INMAN LINE
Liverpool New.Tork ahd fhlla.ldphla
Steamship Company,
tieia cosTiicr wita vsitid itaiia ms aairna
uovtaaaoirs
Fur Carrying the Malli.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rt'amra mroaaiiiox
APPLY TO JOHN 0. DALE, Aot.
ltllroadway, New.Ynrk, or to
II. lloupt,
Washington Avenue, Cairo, nois. 51
PATENT STEAM COOKING
VESSEL.
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
omk or ITS AI1VANTA0ES.
It rooks quickly and more thoroughly with leii
Are limn any other wa.
Food cooked the old way lues one-third cf Its
weight, cooked in this strain vessel, it only loaea
une eighth. The savings in this way will toon
pa; its oust,
FOOD CANNOT 11 E UURNKD.
It Will BOIL,
STEW,'
BROIL,
aid STEAM
mora perfectly than any ulensd used fur either
purpose now in use,
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
DURABLE.
Meat slewed, boiled or broiled Id this manner
has a better flavor, and la easier digested than
whea cooked in the old way.
NO FEAR OF DYSPEPSIA,
It makes a first clan Cook out ef poor one,
and a good cook better than before,
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
It la the only utensil In use that is warranted
nut to 1IUK.N HICK IN C lOKl.NQ, under any cir
cumstance, Agenla make more money telling
this veaael, than any article In uae, tor every In.
lelllgent housekeeper in the country wants on.
ANY ONE WlttHINO TO UUY RIOHTS OR
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
cau call on or address .
W. J. BURNETT, ii
6-6tfd4w Thornton's Block, loth t Cairo, III.
PARKER & BLAKK,
ciiliaa in
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Patty, !. aaujoiiat,
WINDOW BIIADIS,
And the celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL.
BBOIS' BUILDINO, COB. lllH-Br. COM1
MIKOIAL-AV.,
Oaibo,
mr
Ituuoia.

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