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THE CAIRO DAILY BtJLLETIN, WEDNESDAY JULY 3, 1872
JOHN il OHF.KLY, Editor and Publisher.
"Wednesday . - July 3, 1872,
Turn or Tits Dailt HcuttiKl
(Ub mrk, by carrier,.-
On year by carrier, In advance 10 00
mo month by t.M, - JJ
Three montht 20
H-v. month, m J
OJ1 vm - 8 00
TIIE DOLLAR WEEKLY 1IULLETIK.
John It. Obcrly A Co. hiiro reduced the sub
serlntion price of the Weekly Cairo Hulletln to
Ont IMltir per am-tm, in skin if it the cheapest pa.
rresi where jrov ne that white hat
Cnl'l the foe la dawn
And hi the ward alone the line,
Ureelejr and Urats Brown."
of Now York j
FOR TICK PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
Tiik Matsao 'Journal' tadlytaya: "It
appears that tho Dcmocrntlc party it dead,
Indeed." Well, good follow, what do you
propoeo tojlo atwut It ? Hadn't that party
a right to die, If It didn't want to llvo any
Tiik amlnlilo T. Hojno, of Chicago, tho
Thomas who, for tho sako of offect, writes
bit tin mo TIib., peremptorily dodlnos tho
honor Intended to bo coniorrcd upon him
by tho Stnto Democratic convention whon
It nppoinlcd him tin nltornnte delogato
irotn tho First District to tho BaHimoro
convention. Ths. scorns to stoop to tho
degrading position of alternate. Ths. is
too high-toned to get down to that. Ths.
would not be a true Chicago man if he
should. Ths. is correct.
We, the Llbornl Republicans of tho
United States In Convention assomblcd at
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following princi
ples ni essential to Just government:
DEAD IMftUKN IlfKIKD.
1. "Wo recognlr.o tho equality) of all
men before tho law, and hold that it Is
tho duty of tho government in its dealings
with thopcoploto mcto out EQUAL AND
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
VH ATE VE It NATIONALITY, RACE,
COLOR OR PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OR POLITICAL.
2. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN TIIE UNION OP THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION ANDEN
FRANOHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIKTKENTH AMENDMENTS OF
8. Wo domand tho immediate and ab-
soluto removal of ull disabilities imposod
on account of tho robollioii which was
llnally subdued sovon yoars ago, bellovlng
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
ItESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
DEMOCRATIC TO TIIK CORE
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard tho
rights of all cltizons moro securely than
any centralized power. The peoplo and
tho public wolfaro rcqulro tho SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER TIIE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. Wo domand for tho
individual the largest liberty consistent
with public order, for tho sluto solf-gov-crnment,
and for tho nation a return to
tho methods of pnaco und tho constitu
tional limitations of power.
"Tit UK AN l'Iti:ACHIN."
0. Tho civil sorvico of tho government
has bocomo a moro instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and un
object of selfish greed. It is n Fcandal
and reproach upon frco Institutions, and
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tho
porpotuity of republican government.
TIIEIIEFOUK A WINE DEMAND.
C. Wo thercforo regard 11 THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
us one ol tho most pressing necessities of
the hour; that honesty, capacity and Odd
ity constitute tho only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that tho offices of tho
government censo to bo a matter of arbi
trary favoritism and patronage, and that
public station becomo again tho post of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAttll'f QUESTION" SHOVED ASIDE,
7. Wo demand a system of federal tax
ation which shall not unnecessarily inter
fero with tho industry of tho peoplo, and
which shall provi lo tho moans necessary
to pay tho expenses of tho government,
economically administered tlio ponsious,
the interest on tho public debt and n mod
orate annual reduction of tbo principal
thereof, anu recognlzo tliat tlioro are in
our midst honest but lrreconcllablo dif
ferences of opinion with regard to tho re
spective svslcms of protection and froo
trade. WE REMIT THE DISCUS
SION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICTS, AND THE DECISION OF
CONGRESS TnEREON, WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTERFER
ENCE AND DICTATION
8. Tbo public credit must bo sacrodly
maintained, and we DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATION in every form and guise.
1IINU OF THE TKVE METAL.
9. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
alike by the highest considerations of com
mercial morality and honest government
A M'OUD FOR TIIE NUI.DIEK IIOYH.
10. Wo remember with gratitude tho
sacrifices of tho soldiers und sailors of the
icpubllc, and no act of ours shall over
detract from their justly eurncd fume, or
the (ull rewords of their patriotism.
A VAUNT, LAND MOIIHEHN I
1 1. We are opposed to oil further grants
of land to railroads or other corporations.
THE PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD BE
HELD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET
TLERS. LIBERAL rOUEIUN POLICY.
12. Wo hold that it it the duty of the
government In its intercourse with foreign
nations to cultivate friendships of peace
by treating with all on fair and equal
tiumt, regarding it alike dishonorable
cither to demand what is not right or sub
mit to what is wrong.
13. For tho promotion and succett of
these yitstl principles, and tho support of
the oaadldaVe nominated by this conven-jloa-we
Invite and cordially welcome tbo
'"" of all uttriotlc citizens, with
out" Wf wd 'previous political afflliaro
TnsuK is a fellow up in Sandoval who
wants a straight Democratic ticket nomin
ated at Baltimore. Ho ought to bo caged.
He is a lunatic. Tho man who will per
sist In not reading In tho "signs of tho
time," tho fact that Liberalism, Ilko the
rod of Aaron, has swallowed up all tho
political parties of '.ho country, ezcopt tho
Radical part', Is not to bo trusted on the
uutsido of a straight jacket.
Tiik Chicago Times ' says: "Tho
' prospect which Is presented that tho poo
' plo may have to chooso botwecn Greoloy
and U.S. U., LL. D., is no laughing
1 matter. Tho only way to docido between
I Mm Iton la to wntrvh tlin frtlllta nnil fnllinjt
- " ' 'n -
and incompetency of both, and then vote
'on tho lightest sido." Well, admit
this; and on which sido will tho 'Times'
voto? Don't you see, good friouds, that
" tilings is workin ?" The ' Timos ' is suro
to fall on the Greoloy sido. So, f.o; and
good ! The truth is, wo have always had
n coft side for tho ' Times.' Wo boldly do
claro this ; but wo liato its idioslncracies,
and, bang I wo have nl ways blazed away
at them. You must sco, though, that tho
animal is coming out at tho right bolo,
and wo fcol inclined to pat it on tho head.
Bless the ' Times ' vindictive, spiteful,
haloful and mean soul, wo won't reject it
though it has tho pole-cat smell of foolish
noss about it.
RETURNING TO THE FOLD.
Tbo Chicago 'Times' was onro tho boll
wothor oftliu progressive flock, mid led
tho DotiK'crticy into tho plonsiint paths,
through the green pastures, by tho bright
streams of liberal scntimeut. But un
fortunately, tho 'Timos' robolled against
Horace, tho now shopherd of
tho progressiva flock, and
wandered off sullen and disappointed into
tho land of Bourbonism, taking, like Bo-
Peep's lamb, its tail bohind it. But, bo it
known, and lot tho rejoicing begin, our
wandering shoop tho angered bell
wether is nbout to return to us. July
1st it blcatod through an artlclo of about
a column in length on "Tho Political Is
'suo in Illinois," and among othor things
declared that "ho would bo an untrust
worthy studont of tho political phenom
ena of tho timo who should consider
1 lightly or indlfferontly tho genoral ten
1 dency of thought among tho young men.
1 Wu stand upon the throshhold of a now
'political generation." And then the
Times' endorses tho Liberal Stato ticket
as tho tlckot of tho young men of the
new issues. So it is ; and every man on
that ticket, every Domocrat and Liberal
who supports it tho men who aro leading
tho country over tho throshhold of tho
now era in our history, condemn the
courso of the 'Times.' But, tho stray sheep
is returning. Open tho fold, and let it In
No matter if its flceco is dirty and full of
ccckle burs. After a timo it will look liko
its follows, and follow tho good shopherd
of Liberalism meekly and with a plaintive
bleat, in which it will express remorso for
its wandorings in tho fields and among
tho pitfalls of Bourbonio idoas. Open tho
door of tho fold I
of tho aristocratic sentiment of tho country,
which will listen to no expostulation, and
presses ahead to tho accomplishment of its
objects, knocking down and shattering all
the principles of conttitutional g6vern-
ment that stand in itt way.
In reference to Henry A. Wise and his
Grantlsm, the Chicago 'Times' tayi :
Tiik current campaign presents such a
series of extravagant anomalies that no
one is at liberty to bo surprised at any
possible development. Otherwise some
such feeling might be inspired by tho in
formation that lien ry A. Wlto, tho execu
tioner of John Brown, will stump his state
for Grant, and will probably be placed at
the head of tho radical olectoral tlckot In
Virginia. But, after all, it is not clear
that this is any moro preposterous than
that ho or any other democrat should
support Greeley. All these Incongruities
were made not only possible, but inevit
able, by the work of the marplots at Cin
cinnati. In this paragraph the 'Times' settles a
wholo volume of eulogy of the Liberal
movement that resulted in tho Cincinnati
convention and the nomination of Horaco
Let us examine the paragraph, and as
certain just what it asserts. To do this lot
us put it into othor but language of its
"Tho nomination of Horaco Greeley,"
says tho 'Timos' has created a sorles of ex-
' trnvagant anomalies. It has driven tho
'executioner of John Brown, and such
1 men tho Toombcs, Stophonaes, Earlys,
'tho men who do not yet yield tho Lost
'Causoandwho believo tho resurrection
1 of slavery posslblo out of tho Democratic
' party, into support of Gon. Grant and tho
'Republican party, while it has united
' the progressive Democrats and Republi
cans liko Trumbull, Schurz, Sumner,
' Koerncr, into a party resolved to main
tain the results of tho war and vindlcato
'tho constitution. If," goes on tho
"Times,' tho Cincinnati convention had
' nominated Davis, who is a Domocrat, tho
' result would havo bcon different. Wise,
'tho murdoror of John Brown, would havo
'supported tho ticket; Bob. Toombs
1 would havo rallied undor It, and Jeff.
' Davis and A. U. Stophons, and all tho
' brood of .irreconcilables, together with
'tho rank and fllo of the Democratic
'party, whilo Trumbull and such men
' would havo ranged themselvos in opposi
tion to theso Bourbonic fools political
If tho paragraph of the 'Times' does
not mean this, it moans nothing ; and
thorefore, tho 'Times' admission that tho
nomination of Greeley has driven the
Wise-Toombs mon out of tho Democratic
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A SIGNIFICANT 11 STRAW."
Henry A. 'Wiic, tho man who hung
John Brown, announces his determination
to take tho stump for Grant if the Balti
more convention should nominate Greeloy.
Ho will be placed upon tho Grant olectoral
tlckot in tho Old Dominion. And so wo
drift! Hero wo Und the progressive Dem
ocrats, North and South the men who
hoiieUly accept tho situation oagerly
rushing to tho support of Horaco Grooley,
the abolitionist and Father of tbo Repub
lican Party, whllo men liko Toombs, who
declare tho cause ol tho South is not
lost liko Stophens, who insist that tho
Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fiftoonth
Amendments are null and void men liko
AVio, whoso hands aro still wot with the
blood of tho negro's saint, John Brown,
raise their voices for Grant and in denun
ciation of tho Liboral movemont ! "What
it wrong, that theso contradictloni con
front us? Has the Man of tho White
House, yielding to the impulses of an un
patriotic ambition, enterod into a con
spiracy with tho Bourbons of tho South
the enemlet of liberty, the advocates Of
slavery, tho terms of which are mutually
satisfactory to tbo high contracting par
ties? It would teem so. Tbo signs of tbo
times indicate that tho cauto of human
liberty, of advanced civilization, Is In the
keeping of tho Liberals, and that the Radi
cals, with General Grant at their hcad
have become thcalli6s of tho bard tyranny
THE WOMEN AT THE JUBILEE.
World's Iloslon Letter.
I don't think that evor in my life havo
I seen such an aggregate of femalo un
loveliness as is exhibited here. There is
a prominence of cheek-bone, a squareness
ot mouth, a nsniness oi eye, ana a sbape-
lessnets oi form maddeningly common
among theso gentle creatures. I don't say
they all aro so diabolically ugly that a man
noed run away from them, but I'd rathor
bo drowned than wrecked on an island
with somo of them. It seems to mo that a
great portion of them bavo been or are
'school ma'ams." Thoy have tho potitivo,
authoritativo way, and woary, faded look
common to that class. Somo of them havo
great powors of expression in speech as
well as song powors moro to Do admired
for forco than craco, profundity rather
than piety. For instance, tho one I board
yesterday telling a companion as she pint
nea up a torn oversxirt, mat mis was "tno
d dest crowd'' she ever was in. I don't
think sho was a common school teacher,
although she might run a Sunday-school
class. Doubtless she is on that, and from
familiarity with pious words, is careless of
tho places she puts them in.
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(Proceedings of the Board of Health Official.)
Orrica Butan nr IIsilth, Sr. Locie.ttM May,
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(Signed) R. II. O'BRIEN,
Clerk Board ot Health.
We are now in recti pt (fa fiesh stock of
FOR SALE, 1 For Bale f FOR SALE,
TOR SALE. J KraaielFOR BALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londonderry
Faro from Glapqow,
Fare from Queenbtown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $48-20
Sallord. Morris A Oa
Liverpool New-York ahd Philadelphia
I .TOCK COXTB1CT WITH CXITKD STATU AMD BalTISII
For Carrying the Mailt.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa ri'Binia ixrosaUTioN
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aqt.
IS Broadway, New-York, or to
. S&1.1S3 S3
FIREMEN'S FUND, B. !.,
A-fl.. ... 67t.tOO Ot
HECtmiTY, N. Y. MARINE,
Stoics, Dwelling. Furnitur-uullt and Csr
goes, insured nt rates as favnaakM aa atuod, par-
I reanectfullr ask of the cMu. A c.if. .
share of their patronage. J '
W. II. MORRIS, H.
Notary Public. No. Pub. Jp-jll. . Com
FIRE, HULL. CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Ael ...J1M,aG4 07
NORTH AMERICA, "A.,
Asset .IS. a,73,0OO 00
Aset .....344,210 7r
Asets V.....I1.7SI J4 tC
n...l. H HI.HI.HM T 1
PUTNAM, HARTFORD, tb ,
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CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND )
Asseta M . .1415,1173 S
Asset U5,27S 41
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets K0,000 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE.
Assets 30,0j0,O(1 (
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Asets .....I,500 V) lJ
RA1LVAY PAS3ENOERS ASSURANCE
Assets .......tyo.COJ 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS iCANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
city national Bask. CAIRO, ILL.
TEUTON! A M F R TVHIIHAVfP
m OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
juuji a. iiunjii., ... rresidan
i wntivi L-iiilieu ,. .
... - - - - ijvvivini
Cuas. Reitz, He.vky Webeb,
A. C. Kesino, A. JliEcn,
Chas. Wenthe, Chas. Veroua,
Francis Lapkner, Chas. Daeolino,
C. Uibscii, Vh. Reineardt,
The best organlied and aecureat company
in. uuiiii.c.i, me uiur cumpsar wnicn aru
uivtis cun surrrouer value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Aq't
2Mly rortTnlroaad vlclaily
t.xiMai. nnaniiirTfr. ivm Man
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X UliJNlTUliJJs KUUM
Mat"ded h ' '
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-AN liRASS BAND. H V
II. II o ii p t ,
Washington Avenue, Cairo.
CLOSE k VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner Eighth Htreet and Ohio Levee,
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gaa Fitter's and Plumber's material, Woo
pumps, giuoe anu angle valves, atop
also AotiT roa
Tuft Brother Pattest Dry data Meter
And Morehouae, Wells Co'a Automatic WaU
Indicator and Supply Valve for ateam boilers.
WINTER'S BLOCK, COMUERCIAl-AYENU
II be under the direction of
Nsden, ah Grand Mahv
- enna tk
BOOT AMD SHOE K
1 PimrttAnIal A ha. 1 iL
i vm as JWkK aakuulic
Keep on ban J a goo-T , Mai cf
T A TlTTfOI A TmTTi
.;KNTH' BOOTS ff ) nnro
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Also, Slippers oi
Which thoy solU tho
VEUY T.OWKST WTT7WWO
Call and Examine.
'Ihey are also prepared to supply Ladii
uenuemen wnn tne bent ur BilUl'
gurei that defy comuetltion.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAI
-"w"u. iwftii siuua in iu&
UUUAIO OULlU ViniJU.UH
Corner of NlneteeaUh street m&