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THIS OAtflti DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, W73.
J jU!, B. OBERLY, Elltor aadPobliihe
TBRaU OF TU DAILY BULLETIN :
Om week, try earner t 24
One 7 Mr by carrier, fas advauee 10 00
Ob t Mr b7 earner U not pud In
advance W 00
I'tree anlki S 00
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TlIX DOLL Ait WEEKLY BULLETIN
Joba B. Oberly bai reduced the lubecrip
on price of the Weekly Cairo Bulletin
One DoUar pr aura, making It tne
ebeapett paper publlihed In Southern Illlnoii
In ladles of Atchison, Kansas, don't
believe tbat Sntor Pomtroy It guilty of
bribery or any othr naughty tblngt,
Fifty-three of them bava addressed a let
ttr of condolence to bim.
Ma. Cunacu B. Blaket ie a member
of tbe Kentucky legislature. Mr. Blakcy
It opposed to Immigration. lie ii opposed
to lending commissioners to represent
Kentucky at the Vienna Exposition, and
during debate on tbe resolution proposing
(o do to, Mid :
For my part, I am glad tbey hero nev
cr beard or our slate. 1 want them to re
main in blissful ignorance. I want Ken
tuekv for Kcntucklt.ni. I l,llevfl Knn.
tuckians and Virginians are the greatest
ana nest people on earlb. i don't went
their blood contaminated, nor do I wish
our children to bo drlren out of the state
to seek distant homes by a set of alo brow
art, grape pruners, or anybody else. 1
would welcome industrious foreigners from
overy portion of Europe to our state, but
I am opposed to coiner out of the wav to
pay anybody to come or to compel them.
Colfax's little itory about the one
thousand dollar greenback and tbe gener
ous, but alas, tbe dead Nesbitt, and tbe
piano and stop-father Malt hews, con
straint tbe St. Louis Democrat' to lay
"tbat Mr., Colfax bat redeemed bit prom
Ms. He hat shown, at clearly at any
thing can be established by human testi
' mony, tbat the charges affecting bis In
tegrity bare no foundation in fact, and
1 he hu succeeded in thoroughly dissipat
ing tb cloud of suspicion which, tor a
' time, teemed lobe letting upon bit good
'name." But bow about that declaration
of Colfax's tbat be did not receira twolve
hundred dollars, at tbo time alleged, from
any source, as he could not bar added
that amount of money to his income with
out remembering it ? II now remembers
that be did receir on thousand dollars at
the time, and bo remembers wbo gate it
to bim also. Whitewashing Colfax will
be a laborious process to bis friends.
A RAILROAD WAR.
A cunoui "railroad war" is just now in
progress on tbe line of tho Illinois Cen
tral railroad, on the main branch, from
Cbebause, about lixty-nin mlli touth
of Chicago, and extending down tbe road
to Peiotura. It will bo remembered by
peoplo who keep posted in the dolngi of
our ttate legislature, that it panod a law
at on time regulating the prico of rail
road far and freightage on certain
classes of railroads, among them
the Illinois Central, wblcb
was prohibited from charging
ing more man tare cents a mil for pat-
tenger trarel. The law bowerer bai ner
r been observed by the railroad com pa
ny, nor heeded by the public, until with'
in a few week past, tbe feeling against
railroad monopolies a feeling which bat
been rapidly growing in strength, in seek,
ing ways and meant in which to make it
eelf apparent remembered tbe law of
tbre cent per mil. In the farmers'
conventions which bar been held in va
rious places lately, the subject hat been
declaimed upon by tb orators of the oc
cations; it has been touched upon in reio
lutions, and the people of the sections
where thet meetinge bar been
held, Bred with zeal against
railway extortions, bare taken the law into
their own hanls, with indifferent success.
In tome instances, whure the legal faro of
tbre cents has been offered, it has been re
fused by conductors, and the persons offer
Ing it bar enjoyed a free ride. In some
cases rowdies and bullies bare taken ad
vantage of tbe situation to rid Ire, by
superior numbers, overawing tbe railroad
officials. Tbe most prominent Instance of
"taking the law into their own bands" is
tbat afforded by a company of scheol
girl excursionists of Ludlow, wbo
determined to visit the classic
shadet of Champaign, at a cost of no
more than three cents per mil from tbe
former to tbe latter place. Tbey went
free, tb conductor refusing tbe fare.
When tb excursionist wished to return
borne, tbey boarded tb train and found
stats in ttb rear car, but tbe rear car
didn't go with tb train and the discen-
uiav excursionists were compelled to
rtmaln In Champaign over Sunday, to
be rucued on Monday by about on
bundred and fifty excited countrymen
wbo took the returning train in charge.
8obquntly Champaign was -lilted by
prtidat and superintendent f tb road,
wbo r rportd to have toothed tbe feel
lagt ofjthaptopbi.uillngltbam that tb
lag tl far will b accepted whenever it it
jtasMMt tbat tb pwton or persons offering
It art ttrtngtr than the train tntn. Now
o ttaadi tb railroad war at present,
ANOTHER WHARTON CA8E IN
(Baltimore Correspondence of Washington
A lingular itorv has been wnlsrered
about in fashionable society in Baltimore
for lorn tim past, which, ir truo, may
lead to another ' Wharton case." 1 bar
been at lome trouble to ascertain tb facts
in tb case, whlc seem to b about these:
In th summer of 1872, one of tho most
fascinating belles at tbo Whllo Sulphur
Hnrlnva waa Miss X well Miss Uorirla,
th daughter of one of Baltimore's proud-
. - 7. . 1 1 1 1 1 .
st families. Mist uorgia is as unuiaut iu
mind as she Is boautiful in person, but she
hu a spirit which will brook no control.
Aa a-raceful at a lament, she ii also as
deadly. At tho Springs the mot Mr. Ap-
pleton, a wealtny young planter oi Ala
bama. Generous, dashing, handsome and
accomplished, he was equally popular
with ladles and gentlemen. Between Mr.
AnDleton and Miss Borcia a mutual at.
tachment mon sprang up. He wat ber
daily and hourly companion in walks, In
tb drawing-room, on the piazza and on
th lawn. At tbo evening ball bo was
ber constant attendant. When Miss Bor
cia returned to Baltlmoro at tb end of the
season, .air. Appieton accompanieu ner.
Being a gontleman of fortune and leisure,
be tooK rooms at tne uarronton, ana uo
termined to pass tbo winter in tho city,
He continued bis risitt to Miss Borgia.
and soon began to be regarded almost as a
member or tbe family, although tneir en
easement was not formally announced.
One evening he met there Miss Graham,
a cousin or Allss uorgia, from Virginia
Nannie Graham was one of those tweet
and lovely girls that soon win tbeir way to
the heart of a truly ro fined gontleman.
She sang exquisltoly, and Mr. Appieton
wai passionately fond of music. Without
tb dub and brilliancy of ber cousin she
possessed a beauty of a raro and noble
type. Mr. Appieton toon began to find
dellcht in her society which even the
tplendid Miss Borgia bad failed to Inspire.
Tho latter Had, inuceu, laicinatcd bim,
but Miss Grubum charm! bim.
Miss Borgia became Jealous of her fair
youngcousln. Sho was not a woman to
let another triumph over bor. To cut a
long atory short one day Mr. Apploton
was invited by Miss Borgia to partake of
somo caromel, of which he was exceed
ingly fond. Ho partook largely of It,
and was soon alter taken ill. 51 us Ura
ham only ato sparingly of the caromels.
and was slightly sict. In a few days
she returned to her homo in Virginia.
Mr. Appieton remained at the Carrollton,
receiving from time to time presents of
fruit and Jelliot from Miss Borgia, of
which, wsnevar he partook, it produced
the samo offect as tho caromels. So tbo
matter rests at present.
fl'roui the Courier-Journal.')
Scarcely four years bavo p&ssod aince tbo
iMt and worst or tne uouruont was driven
from tho Spanish throno. An interreg
num ensued, during which Spanish states
men looked around for a sovereign to 1111
tbo teat left vacant by tb flight of Isa
bella. Various personr.gcs were proposed
lor tbe august office, their claims canvass
ed and rejected Tbe young I'rinco Al
fonso wat brought forward by the
Legitimists, and a regency proposed
during nis minority, una XJuc do .Mont
pensler, nearly allied to tho ex-queen by
marriage, was also a candidate. Tbo
Carlisle brought forward the heir of tbo
direct line, in whose prejudice Isabella
naa succeeded ny the progmatic sanction
of ber father, Ferdinand VII.: but all
thes clalmi wero rejected. They bad bad
enough of th Bourbons, and however un
able to agree on another, the cortos were
at least resolved to bavo none of them. A
succession of weak, venal, profligate mon
archi from tbe time of Philip of Anjou,
erandsnn of Louis XIV. of France, was
enough to disgust even Spaniards with
Bourbonism. Tb crown wat then of-
fered to tbe King of Portugal, but wai
refuted. Next was brought for
ward tbe candidature of Prince Leopold
of Hohenzollern, tbe occasion if not tbe
cause of tbe dreadful war which itrippod
France of Alsace-Lorraine, deluged tbe
country in oioou anu saddled f ranco
with a debt which will take generations
to pay, if ever. Failing In every other
quarter, Gen. Prim, who bad undertaken
the management of affairs, turned his eyos
to th bouse of Savoy, which, nestled
among Alpine crags for a thousand
years, naa developed nardihood and
ability, capacity and patriotism. Tho
crown wat offered to a icion of this house
Amadeo Ferdinando Maria, DuVo of
Aosta, second ton of Victor Emmanuel,
under whose reign tbe little kingdom
of Sardinia bad expanded into tbe king
dom of Italy. On the 19th of October,
1870, bit candidature wat formally an
nounced to the Kegent Serrano. On
tb ICthof November, too Cortei elected
him King of Spain by 191 rotes against
1.0. Or tbe dissidents, sixty-four voted
for th Republic, twenty-two for tbo Duo
d Montpensier, eight for Marshal Es-
partero, two for tb infant Alfonso,
on for the niece of Isabella, and curb-
teen refused to roto at all. Immediately
aner so election, a rormai noimcation was
conveyed to th king elect at Florence,
and a deputation appointed to make a for
mal tender of tb crown tn Amadeo.
Tblt wai accepted December 4, ood,
ibortly after, th young duk tot out to
take possession f the crown of Spain.
Only a day or two before bit arrivrl,.Mnr
shal Prim had been ibot and mortally
wounded by a cowardly assassin. On tbo
very day on which Amadeo landod at
Cartbagona, Marshal Prim died of his
wounds. In January, 1871, tbo young
king was presented to the cortei, took the
oath to support tho constitution and was
crowned king of Spain.
Little moro than two years bare pass
od. The loyally ot Spaniards, given to
intriguing and plotting at they havo boon
from time Immemorial, could scarcely be
expected to be Intense. The demonstra
tion attending bis inauguration soon gavo
place to sullen discontent. No faction in
tb state was sufficiently strong to Inau
gurate a co'jutor-revolutfon, and, though
unablo to unito on any rival claimant, still
the disaffectod always constituted a min
ority large enough to thwart and paralyse
all attempts to tranquillize the King,
dom. Not unfrtquently the ministry was
so hopelessly bewildered by factious op
position tbat a change of cabinet waa
rendered necessary, and, In extrome cases,
umuiuiiun oi mo cortes. oeven or
eight cabinet crises have occurred since
his accession, and two or three general
elections. Not only bat tbo cortei bceu
tbe sceno of taction, discord ncd disloyally,
but these feellugs, fostered by disappoint
ed local magnates, have found vent in or
ganlzed rebellion. Carllst bands, wilb
no deflnite grievance and no defined poll
cy save that of disaffection and plunder,
bare kept tbe northern provinces in a
stato of chronic confusion and
alarm. Mails have been robbod,
railwayi torn up, peaceable
towns assaulted and sacked, and a general
reign of terrorism and brigandage inaug
urated. Theio contemptible organiza
tions have not been confined to districts
mountainous and difficult of acpeu hut
have extendod to tho southern sections of
tbe kingdom, and even Invaded the nra.
clnctt of tb royal residence. Last year
an attempt vu uI to assassinate tb
young king himself, and, though tbe at
tempt biDullv fall! rat it sufficed tn -a.
real th desperate natur of th contest
they were determined to wa-. To ad1
the difficulties of bit position Cuba was
and still is in armed revolt. Tb Spanish
army has btn taxed to supply tb men
neOfaserY to keep tbe field against tb In
surrection, and tb Spanish treasury drain
ed to supply tbo fundi necessary to reduce
her rovolted vassal. Spain has been un
abl to lubdn bar roost valuabl colony,
and equally unable to give up tho contest.
Men have been voted to recruit ner deci
mated army, but they are not forthcoming
Taxes have been imposed and loant au
thorized, but tbe loruior are not or can
not be collected, and the) laltor find none
disposed to trust their fundi to Spanish
securities ana a worse man rualo raits.
Amadeo has striven zealously and ton
eitly to govern according to tbe constitu
tion which he swore to observe, but, with
venal and time-serving politicians filling
tho corte and rapacious counsellors for
bis political advisers, th Spanish consti
tution is not worth tb paper on which It
is written. 1 1 Ii scarcely loo much to say
that Amadeo was perhaps the only man in
Spain who cared a straw for the constitu
tion. He has been thwarted and baffled
and badgered, now by one faction, now by
another, from tho day that he let foot on
Spain till now. Mora than onco already
be hai thought of resigning hit crown of
tborni Into tbe faithless hands which gavo
it, and, shaking the dust from bis feet,
leave the ill-fated Peninsula to iu fate.
But from this ho has been until
now dissuaded by bis father and
by bis own generous impulses.
William of Orange moro than once
threatened to abdicate the crown of
England when treated ungenerously by bis
English subjects, whom ha had delivered
from the tbralldomof the Stuarts. But
tbe Stuarts were angels compared to tbe
Bourbons, and the Jacobites, even Marl
borough and St John, gentlemen when
placed alongside of tbe rascally Spanish
cut-throats whom it has been tho misfor
tune of Amadeo to know. If William
might long for bis Dutch home and the
simple honors of stadtholder, much more
may wo pardon Amadeo In determining
to leavo Spain to work out her own des
tiny, and retire to tho inountaias of Sa
voy and tbo slopes of tho Apponincs.
Tho abdication of Amadeo ii the signal
for a carnival of bloodshed such as Spain
has not seen sinco tbo ovpulslon of the
Moon. Tho republic hai been proclaim
ed, and the republic in Spain moans anar
chy. After a brief reign of two years,
during which Spain has enjoyed, if not
peace and prosperity, at least the hope of
better things, all the dozen factions are let
loose to form a political pandemonium, to
put an end to which European interven
tion in the interests of humanity will be
imperatively called for.
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and Thirteenth itrests.
UUEiTd WILL FIND QOODROOIU ANU
the Yiny brit or BEDS
A.T THIS HOTJSB:
Transient PaUouage Solicited.
Mri. Elleii McCartut, Protc.
C1EO. P. FAY, PraprleUr.
Watch kept day aad night for boat! and
TERMS TWO DOLLARS PER DAY.
Ohio Levee, corner of Sixth itreet,
2-1 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northeast Corner Public Square,
i uii uouse ins recently been repaired nnd
furnished newly throughout. It is couveul.
cut to the business houses and the court'
lias now ou baud all kinds ol
DRY CORD AND STOVE AYO0I)
For tale. Leave orders at
WM. KLUOE'S STORK,
. Corner Sixth aud Commercial,
crat corner of Twelfth and Poplar. tf.
Our Home Adrtrtiten.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swander, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her large
and elegant itock of
Immediate!. In order to feclllltate the isle
of her good, Mrs, Jackson bai determined
to offer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST .
And Invitee Uie ladlei el Cairo and vlr'jilty
to call or ber If Uey desire good bargutu.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
Tba most of them baring txea selected from
the lata fall styles, benca tbe ladles have
rare opportunity to purchase new and Msh
ionable millinery at cost price. Tba sloe
consists of baU ribbons, flowers, hosier
ladies underwear, etc., etc. ll-sotf
MRS. Mod EE,
Oo Rlglitb8trMt,t-xaeeBCemrasr:lalaaJ Watb
hXtou As toiiH, la dally reol 1-4
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST 'ALL A ED WHITER ITT LEI.
bill a tall Ilea of
BOITITIITB 5c HAT9
ITrinnoedaad ealrimnied.l t
fUENOU KLUWKRa. MlUBUNi, TRIMallNcJl
of all klad. Umn, eto eio.
atre. McMm has alao a large auurtutal u
Vutnj ArliolM, aueb aa
.MCIC T1.5H, CILI.AM, UNDRHai.EKVErt,
Aad all otbararticlea uaually (ouod la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McQee. In addition to ber atock of
auey aud Millinery Uoodi. hu a duauue aud
Fmpleta aiMortment or Clnciuuali Uuitoiu
co tie Ladiee' aud Misses' Hhoei and Chll
Mana U00U, Black and in Colon. Theia
re acknowledged to be the finest aud best
u the market, and this Is tte only
lhoclty tbat makei them a apeclalty
Office of Cairo City Ferry Co,, I
CAlito, Feb. 4, 1873.
Notice It hereby riven to tba itocVhohUra
of the above named company, that an as
sessment of nineteen (IV) per cent, or 9 W
per share upon the capital itock ofaald com
pany, has this day been made by tba board'
of director!, and tbat tba ttockholden are
requireu to pay uie lame at tb omce 01 io
treaiurer,ai follows, viz : Bo on each share on
March 1, next, and 94 60 or each aaare or
April 1, next, in accordance with the cnar
tar and by-laws of tba company.
7 ST. NICHOLAS
HARRY WALKER Frop'r.
Tblt kouaa la newly BtUd up with two
And two Ana
JENNY LIND TABLES
Tba saloon ii stocked with th bit
are compounded la tba meet approved style
daTCome and tee for youreelf.aacj
- 5 S
& g 5
WIBJBS AHB U4O0M.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
I WHOLESALE OHOOIRS,
Alto, kiip eoaitaatly oa haad a most com
plate stook tt
0OT0H AMD IRIIB W8UKIBB
-a I N 8,-
Port, Maderla, Sherry and OaUwU"Wlni
D BMTTH OO. Mil exeluilvity for eaah.ai
fVu vhleh fast lhav invite tba eaaMlal aUaa
iioa af oloee barilla buyers.
V. M. STOOKFLKTII,
teooasMa reau a ifooartay m
a..jrM aaa Waalaaala Boala
raratga aava sew
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ohio Livm,
aKkaapioa mad eaaiiaauy a ran iieeaa
Old Reatuckr Uoarkoa, Rye and Moasala
Wblskiee, freaeb Braadfae, ilel aa
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