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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN. FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1873.
JuU.NH.OBKRLY, Editor and Publisher
ruuMS OK TUB D AIL JjULLETIN
OnoweeV,by carrier,.... &
One year by carrier, In advaue, 10 00
rtn vnar bv cirrior If not Pld In
.,!.,,, 12 00
Uno month, by mall 100
I'bree wontiw .
tub nnLi.AU WEEKLY BULLETIN
John 11. Oberlr ha reduced tho subscrip
tion prloo of the Wkkly Caiiio Ubiaktiji
ti Ono Dollar per annum, making It tuo
cheapos t papar puhUhotl in aoumcrn imuui-
FOUR YEARS OK ROUTWELI,
From tho Chicago Tlincs.
Tho New York 'Evening Post, In n rc
cent Isiuo, pulllilicd a synopsis or th
n i.i .,,.ii,iiia nf tliu I'ovcrnmen
during tlio four years that Lave elapsed
ilnoo Jlojtwoll was inado secretary ot the
trosiury. Tho Important fact presented
In Hilt synopsis may be brictly stated.
-p, n.iinrii tu to of the nubile debt In
1800 compared with 1873, Is as follow:
8 214,5O7,r!00at3p.e.lut't.. 9 4M,W;i?,00
l,7t0,UTS,sWat 0 p. K. ilit'st . . l,aiS,ilM,.H
IwlfllT '.mini T1il n. 1". Ilit'st i011C.
Crt.'lio'lWOtitU p. c. Ilit'st . M,2;0.!0
ua n ?i?i: fiii-'nv inilniiniteil ?.l:.4l4.ldl
;io!l'Sl!oiU cold eertllleatci'.. aj,0M)''l'J0
13,lM,oioiuaII jiarti. ... J,l03,.i
''no twndi iuued to tho scverul Pcillc
railroads aro included from this summary
of the condition of tho debt under tho lie
tlon that thoy aro balaticod by mortgages
on tho roads tor tho camn amount. It Is
perfectly understood, of course, that this
is a fiction, and that tho government will
undoubtedly have to pay tho cntiro prin
cipal, as well as tho greater pait of tho
intorcit. This account for tho
two voara comnarcd stands as follows.
.1,1 . "Ynu aro not willing to too mm
hanged, aro you 1 It U In your power to
savo till roan'i life." 1 told her Put
nam's life had been sacriucoa i y.
causoof socloty. I considered doiu m .
and myseil nt martyrs 10 ;"""". v
...t.i. inM wtltinir totacrlflco botu
. . ... ii. f . IL. k i.iIa.ap Til
Him una mo uy miowinc m , , i, a t.
escape, I would navo no nanu m v
then said: 'But supposing there was
money for you in mis imng, or,
ng It In another form, supuoin mi.
mania nancou, no frrB..-iT
political and money .7
bolncof yoursolf and daughters will bo
endangered for tho next twen , , ..
You don't Know mo i"""'
a. 1 do. . Your very llfo may bo t.
: i t .inri,i from mv seat nu
faced lior. Sly Imitation was ' or.
ouphly arousod now. I said : z udatn,
it Is no new thing for mo to nav,, Illy fo
thieatenod. I heard ono of Filter's coun
sel say during tho flrst trial thnt tho mnln
thing they wanted was to Kot rid oftho
principal witness. I Vfas then very sick,
and thoy postponed and postponed, hoping
1 would dio. 1 nci living yet to remain
truo to tho best friend myself and husband
ever bad.' Sho loft mo then, and I haro
not boon approached on thoubjo:tsltico."
In a morning paper of to-day u long lot
tor appears from Wm. Orton, proiidont
of tho Western Union Telegraph com
pany, ndvocatlng a commutation of tho
tontence to Imprisonment for life.
Foster's friends aro leavlnc no stnno
unturned In savo tho neck of tho murderer
and are using money without stint to of
fpet that object. Any nrtlclo in his favor
published In any newspaper Is mro to bo
inserted In every other journal at an nd
vortnoment. To-day Sir. Putnam, broth
er of tho murdered man, confessed that
lin had been npproachod by tho lato.ltidgo
Stewart. Foster's counsel, and olforod
money to indtico him to sign tho petition
to tho governor for clomoncy. It is also
frcoly asserted that Sirs. Putnam, In sign
ing tho petition, was actuated by sordid
motive?. Flftoon thousand dollars is al
leged to bo the sum sho received.
PROSPECTUS FOH 1873.-8IXT11 YEAR
J HE ALDIN
An Illustrated .Monthly ,7ou'
. tc 1 to 1., 1 1.0 fiar . .nai, iimrnauy
ca In tho orld. llenreie ti
ilvnamtcb- A llenrcioutt-
7 uinpion ot Amer
Cntrj llrancli do.,
M'l-stern l'acillc. . ..
biouxClty St l'acillc
4,vm,k:x imeiciipaiu uy L .a
l,h2t),lB0 lly nittil vt Ice, etc
:HVVIU' lino In I'. K.
. I . . .. .. . .L. I, .1.
irum Ibis it appears inai mo x-uuiuu
railroad Indebtedness of the Government
has Increased nearly six millions during
tho past four years. The excess of In
lorcn paid by tho government (nearly
thirteen millions) is mu'-Ii more than
covered by tho gigantic Credit Jlobiller
steal, and may potjibly bo tccovored un
der tho act passed nntr tbo clo."0 of tho
lalo sosslon, directing suits to bo instituted
against tbo O. SI. banditti.
Tho exact apparent reduction ot tho
debt during Sir. lioutwcll's administra
tion has been S338,7U,000 05. From this
xhould bo deducted tho increaeo of tho
Paciflc railroad debt, leaving 5338,720,-
111 1)5 as tho actual reduction. It is to bo
observed, however, that no account is
taken of tho cash in tho treasury, it being
assumed that tho etih is covored, if not
i moro than covored, by floating debt,
j Tho 'Post' presents "a tablo which boars
x hard upon Sir. lloutv.'cll's pet theory that
the way to reduce tho prico of gold and
bring in specie payments was to pay oil
tho intorc't bearing debt as fast as possl
1 lile, and make no provision whatever for
3 redcemiug tho legal tender notes. Follow
1 Ing is tho table, khowing tho umount of
tho debt and the prico of gold at tho ond
oi escti uscal year lrom mo beginning oi
xuo u,t.u.ton prrlcHt:
Date. Am'tofdcht. Price ot gold.
June 30. 16C2 Notrlcarlr stated 100
.!nne SO, lbti3-9l,22.m.!W 1I1
.Juno 30, 1,740,UJO,-1S! 2.iU
Juno 30, 1W15 VW-i&M.O'JO HI
June 30, liOO -',783,I2.S79 l.M
.lUUO 30. 1M7 ti.Gy'.HW.'JlB l.'iS
Juno 80, !! '-',0.J,32 ',UM . . .140
.Ulrica), lwj fir,,wx,rz. ia
June 3i, 1S70 2,tS0,3')l,707 .. .1115
June 30, 1S71 y,3iV-00,!"- a
June SO, 1S72 11,253,2."1,32S Ill
uurlng trie war tlio prico oi goia was
must bo mista-
governed by tho ovor-changing degree of
public conlfilonce in tho stability of tho
government, and In tho ultlmato redemp
tion of greenbacks, and by the quantity
of tbo latter in circulation. Tlio fluctua
tions In tho premium from lhOO to 1BG9
tvidently bear no close relation to tho
volurno of tho debt. Tho fall from 137 In
1800 to 11U in 1870 was attended by n de
crcaso of only about 538,000,000 in tho
amount of the debt, whllo the permanenco
of thorircmlum at about 113 during tho
succeeding three vcars attonded by a
roduction of tho dobt to the amount of
ncarlv S300.000.000. This simple fact Is a
mtllcictit commentary upon Sir. Bout
woll's irrational and totally unsclentltlc
Tho reduction of tho debt is at the r.tto
of moro than 531,aoo,ooo vvnr, in noth-
inrr nnrtk-ularlv croditllblo to Mt, UimV
well. It simply proves that tho people
havu been enormously taxed, and that
congrots and tho administration havo not
stolen or squandered quito nil of tho vast
rovonucs of utbo . government. If Sir.
lloutwoll could havo had his way, tho
country would havo been still more
heavily taxed, and not li)3.
than a bunurod millions would
havo gouo into tho pockots of American
ship-builders. T:ho turogoing Tacts are
presented for what thoy aro woith. Thoy
furnish no proor oi tuu nnanciai wisdom
and ability and economy of Mr. Bout
well's administration, llis edmistrallon
is to bo judged rather from tbu wild theo
ries and ruinous policies he has pumlst
rntly championed than from tho naked
A STORY OF THE FIBST TELE
GRAM. From Scrlbncr's forJIarch.
Tho bill met with neither sntois nor op
position iu tho senate, but tho business of
that house went on with discouraging
slowness. At twilight on tho last even
ing of tho session, Slarch 3, 1813, there
wuro ono hundred and uiiie-tecii bills be
foro it. As It seemed impcsslblo for It to
bo reached In regular course buforo the
hour of adjournment should arrivo, tho
professor, who had anxiously watched tho
tardy movements of business all day t'roai
tho gallery of tho senate chamber, went
with u sad heart to his hotel and prepared
to leave for How York at an early hour
next morning. AVIiUo at breakfast a ser
vant informed him that a young lady de
sired tO'seo blm in tho parlor.
Theoo ho met SIlss Anna F.llsworth,
then n young school-girl, tho daughter of
his intlmalo friend, Sir. L. Kllsworth, tno
first commissioner of patent, who said, us
iho extended her hand to blm, "I huvo
como to congratulate you."
, "Ilnon what?" asked tho professor.
"Upon tho passage of your bill," sho ro-
"impossiDiei us iaio was
dusk last ovenbg. You
"Not at all." sho responded. "l-athor
nnt mu to tell vou that your bill was
iiniiod. no remained uniiu mu scssiou
. . , !. I-. l.III
was c Oiou. anu vours was iuu wtv mu
but ono acted upon, and it was passed just
Uvo minutes botorn tho adjournment; and
I am so ulad to bo tho llrst ono to lell
vou. .Ilotlier (avs. loo. mni you must
rnimi li.imn Willi mo 10 ureaiiiaiv.
Tho invllutlon was readily accopted,
unJ thu lov lu tho liouiohold was un
bounded. Both Sir. and Mrs. lillsworth
had fully believed in tho project, and tho
former, in his commence in n anu in ins
warm friendship for Professor Slorso,
I. ml Dcnt all tho cloiliiL' hours of tho se
fion in tho senato chamber, doing what ho
could to help tho bill along, anu giving u
all tho influence of his high personal and
ofilc al position.
Urasping tlio hr.nd of his young friend,
tho professor thanked her again and again
for bearing him such pleasant tiding?,
mid assurod hor that sho should send over
tho wires tho first message, as her roward.
Tho matter was talked over in mo lamny.
and Sirs. Ellsworth suggested a message,
which Professor Morso relerred 10 tno
daughter for her approval; and this was
tlio ono which waB suusequenuy eeni.
A Ultlo moro than a year after that
timo tho lino between Washington and
lialtlmoro was completed. Professor
Morse was In tbo former city, and Sir.
Vail, his assistant, lu tho latter; tho flrst
in tho chamber of tho supremo court; the
ast in tho Slount Uiaro depot, wlien tlio
circuit being perfect, Professor Slorso
sent to Slis E'lswnrth for hor mouagp.
and it came; "What hath God Wrought!'1
It was sent in triplleato in tlio uoi-nnu
lino language of tho Instrumont to Haiti'
more, and was tlio tirst messngo over
transmitted dy a recording telegraph.
Tho storv of this first moesauo lias boon
often told Willi many oxagcoralioni. It
has roamed about Europe with various
tomnutio material uttached to it, original.
ting mainly in tho Froneli imagination,
and lias started up anow from timo to
tlmn in our own country under fresh
forms, but tho abovo story is simply and
litoriillv truo. An inventor In despair re
coives tho news ofhls unexpected success
from his friond's daiie-blor, nnd no miii:cs
her n promise which ho keepn, nnd thus
links hor niimo witli his own; and with an
nvont on which becomes onn of tlio con
trolline: instruments of civilization for
.Vot -fnr , ln looit or NcnN Nlorex.
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'72. FALL AND WINTER '73
o. HAN NY.
3 T It I P K H,
KENTUCKY JKANff, 7XTHA,
Ij A.asr3srH IjB .
BLACK ALPA OAS
L All UK iSTOUKOK OAlU-KTlN'O
OIL O LOT 110,
SfU Kulirn Nturk
VEHY LOW FIOUHEti.
COr.HEK 8th BT. AM) COMM F.RCIAL-AV.,
FIRE AND MARINE
NtAQARA. N. T.,
OK11UAMU, N. Y.,
As.ow t.OW.W tf
HAKOVBB, K. T.,
nitpuiiMc, jr. y.,
Comprising the ttndsrwrltcrt' Aifncy.
YONKJSRH, H. Y.,
Assvts .. 7S ml
AtflAN V CITY,
S. WALT KItS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o etery lUncrlfllrn,
LATH, SU1NOLKH. O El) A It POSTS
DOOliy, SASH, 1JL1N113
3 T H A MiiOA T L U M 11 K It,
Kutnlfhe.l on rbmtt no!lr.
L'oiuinoroial-uv, bet. 10th and lltli-nt
EXTKAOnulNAltY ATTKSIPTS TO
SAVE HIM FROM THE
iHiiccial Telcsrram to the Chicago Tiincs.1
New YoliK, Slarch 11. Pouters catu
nnd tho possibility of executive clemency
is tho ult-abiorblng topic of conversation
hero. Sirs. Duvcl, tbo lady who was in
conmanv wilh Avery D. Putnam on tbo
niebt ot Foster's attack upon him, has
Lotn interviewed by n reporter of nn even
Ing paper, and in answer to an inquiry us
to wliellior suo uau oeen appiuavuuu uv
Poller's friends on tho sub.ectof comrnut-
intr tho tontenco of death, said: "In-
illrcetlv thev havo on threa occasions
About IB months agu u uinn oailcd hero
to talk with mo about Foster. Ho said to
me: "You aro not desirous to tea Foster
hanged, aro vou 7 I told him my desire
was to seo justice done. I thought if thori
win any punishment worse .than banKin
it should bo meted out to him. Hu then
said to mc: 'It would bo for your advan
tage to have him saved.' 1 rojo and closed
the Interview at once 1 told tho man
that tho advantage of society demanded
that Foster should bo put out of tbo way.
I wm a poor woman, but I could neither
be Intimidated norlbought over to perpe
trate an outrage on Justice. Ho cnid
gain: 'It will bo for your advantogo to
Lave thb man saved lrom hang
ing. There U a great dal of money In
it. at you can soe,' I think it was tho
tame porson who Is now accuted or brlb
inn. Mm Potman. List week another
1 .tinmutLi found my feeling on the sub-
:) i.nt a made. A lady culled on me and
k. w w : .
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0J " " " " ... l 00
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1 " Primo ltlo Coueo for - - 1 0C
3J " Choico " " - - 1 0C
3 " Old Uovornmont Java - - 1 0C
Teas and othor staplo and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
uoous new ana tun weignt givon. Call
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In every stylo, plain ami ornamental.
Particular attention paid to (Han Cllldlna
Order hollolteil for tfecnery, Krewoo und
FANCY OLAH3 SHOW CARDS
Oilt, plain and ornamental. All woil; In-tru-teii
lo my caro will bo promptly at
tended to. Shop in Perry House, cottier of
Commercial aunuo and Klihtli btrcnt,
AND DKALKUS IN
CHOICE FRESH 3SIEATS
OF KVLHY DK.SCUll'U'ION,
Corner lfltli Mrcet and (,'ommerclal avemu
next tioor to the llylaml kaloon.
11-10 tf. OA1 110. ILLS.
vegan Ulklog bout Foster. At last she
CAIRO CITY COAL
! rtpi.ro I lo niiprl.roiiii.imer n-lta th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OlIDKUS lell at Ilalllday llroi. otllco, 7
oiiio lkvuk, or at the' Coal Yard below the
lit. Charted Hotel, will roccive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tuo "SIontauk" will bring coal
alongside to steamer at any hour.
AXU DtlLIk IN
KlQKTH StnBKT, BETWUKK VA8IIINOTOn
XVD U0MME11CIAL AV'KNUE.l,
.Viljnliitilir 111 '(ciihiiiMe mill Ilaimy'a
Ke tho bent or lloct, I'orlt, Mutton Veal,
Lamb, SmintiKe, etc., ud rn premrtd lo ftrvo
CIIIKOUH 111 1IIU llll,l IMClllllUIH IIIIIIUtr.
IlVTflllKII ANII DKALEK IN ALL KlNng OJ
FiiEan Six atb.
COILNKU JJlNKTKNTIt AND Pori.AK STH.,
liny and biau(,'htcrn only tho hem patllo
hogs and Mioop, and In lu epared to till an)
demand for frei-h moaU from one pound to
ten tliouvaud pound.
Watch kctit dav and nixlit for boat
TT.UMS TWO DOI.LAILS PKll DAV.
tllilo Levee, corner of .Sixth ftrcet,
2-1 tf. CAIIIO, ILLS
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Nortlieai-t Comer Public Sriuare,
A. CA11UTII Proprietor.
Thl Iioukc has recently been repaired and
luriiUhcd newly throughout. It Is conveni
ent to the IniHineM house and tho court
house. Oood samplo room.
Lirerpool Metr-Yoik ahd rhlladelphla
VKiira oONTkicT with vitiu tata k mitmi
For Carrying tbn Mail
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
on rcKTniu iNrnaMATiOM
APPLY TO JOHN O. I1ALK,
lSllroidway, New-York, urto
Waablnittori Ateniin Cjiro. 1 lltnon.
R ESI IS, HJiOWN tc CO.,
RAG 1MANUFACTU RERS
Agents Home Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
FOH SALK,) Jorgal. f JfOU BALlt,
I KcrSalo I
VOU H A LK. J For Hill'e 1 FOR BALK
Faro from LivKRrooL,
Faro from Londckheiirt
Faro from Glasgow,
Faro from Queknbtowh
TO OA1KO, (::::;: 4 8 '20
"nflTiird, Morrli A C.milrc Aeentf.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF OniCAQO, ILLINOIS.
Cknt'l-Oj-fici:, 172 WashinotoxSt.
This German Life Insurance Comnanv
(ruarantee not only Paid-up Policies but
alo a, Value In Canu on tlio Non-forrdturc
JOHN A. HUOK, - - - President
U. KNOUEL8DORF, - - - Secretary
JOHN W. PJUJESS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
1$ ISM ARK RUN!).
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life luturanco
and Sick Itclicf by weekly dura and mutual
co-operation In object ol public bcnellt.
Tho Ltie Insuranca Pollcleii will bo Issued
by tho Tcutonla Llfo Insurance Company.,
H. MEYERS, President.'
JOnN AV. PHUF.S3, Ao't.
2M1t for CnlroHuil vlclultr.
HEAIi ENTATK AI1KKV1 ,
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTION E BUS,
74 (bkoowu rr-oou) OHIO LKVKB,
Hvy and Sill Real Estate,
FUKNIBU ABSTRACTS OF TITLK
And pat?arii Cnninjanooj oflllo.U:
John j. llannmi.
JOIINQ. IIAIIMAN & CO.,
WM. GLENN & SON'S
UK A D Q VARTKRS FOIt OJtOOERlES
ORE AT VARIETY,
COFFEE. Rio, L6uayrB, Java, Mocha.
NU(JAR,-N. O., Hord&Soft Refined.
SYRUPS. Now Orleans nnd Eastorn.
WK MAKE BI'KCIALITIES 01''
70 i 71 y,,si. ClXCimATi
Tic tli or, nils At. ! ohlol.e vee.
Abstracts of Tltio, Convoyanclng mido a
opeela tv. Ileal Entato bought and nold.
SSriaxes Paid, eto.
NEW YORK STOitij;
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOMT TABISTT ITOCK IK THE CITY
OOODSSOLD VERY CLOSE,
Corner or Nlncteiilh tret and Com
K. J. AYKItH
D. A YF.IIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levxk, Cairo, Ills.
15. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALXIl IN
HAY, OATS, COIRN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE & BRO.
on oral Coratniftuon Merchants
133 01110 LEVEK,
JOHN 11: PHLLIS &i SON,
(HucccMorw In John II. i'hlllii,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Cok. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LF.YE
OA! HO. ILL8.
MILLER & PARKER,
. FORWARDING MERCHANTS,'
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ron FAIRDANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO, ILMNOIH.
E. I). MATnUBS.,
K. O .UIII
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi onMerc hants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
1)4 OHIO i.KTKE.
Has now on hand all kinds ol
DRY CORD AND STOVE WOOD
For Hale, Leavo orders nt
WM. KLUCIE'8 STORE,
Corner Sixth and Commercial,
Of nt comer of TtvclHU and Poplar. tf.
ST. NICHOLAS j
1IAIIRY WALKER Prop r.
This houw U newly fitted up with
Aud two tine
JENNY LIND TABLES
with the tin
are compounded In the most approved styla
63" Como and see lor yourself. fFl
No. 101 Commercial Avko,
French, Scotch mid American cassluieto
of all colur.H, and beaver and broad clotha
CONSTANTLY ON HANI),
And mado up In tho
And at the lowest price. fi A f no
das work guaranteed. SatWaoiio