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THE GAlKU DAI Li l BULLETIN, SATl KUAY, MAY IU, !.
JollN IL OBKRLY, Editor and Publlther
TERMS OF TI1R 1)A(L I'ULLKTIN:,.
Om week, by carrier M
One year by carrier, in autauco., ,, 10 (M
Ob jraar by carrier II not p ild In
advance '2 00
tM month, by mall ... ., HO
nam Month noo
aia moaifaj n
Ob rear 10 00
Tme dollar weekly rullktin
, Y ,JaIin,EI Obrly ha reduced ilio tiibMrip-
ttwt pnee or ma wbrki.y oairo nuunm
-tOM Dollar per annum, making It ,u
miltjtpprpunilsiiod in southe ni iiunoi
PaistMST Grant will, it i sId, at
land tap funeral of Chief Justice Chase
Tba president haled -Mr. Cluse, aurl will
hara few tear for Iho groat mans prove.
Wi with our readersparticularly that
portion of our reader who visit us to
oUerre that in the niornlm; wedotlre to
be lovliible to the naked eye. In the
afternoon, from half-past 1 o'cwfc to 6,
we eball be happy to too and talk to all
the world and tbo red of mankind.
Tdi Kev. Mr. Turney rushos again at
Denton, and overturns that gentleman's
theory of evolution, or rather Darwin',
which l all the mme. Irreprussible Tur
ney, come again I We 11 Wo you and if
you were-a female who cun tell what
might not happen. Hut, friend Turuoy,
alwayi be at brief. Remember that to-
dioua old Poloniui li.Uh tald : "Brevity is
'tbeioul ol wit." Denton is gono, and
D, B. remains matter of tho livid
Cnrtr JctTicc Cuask was worth
$200,000. If be had'wished-if he had
not been a man of clean bands he might
have been ono of tbo millionaire of the
country. 'While socratary of tho treasury
be had the opportunity to Iikvo accimu
lated wealth to . an unlimited extent.
And If ho hii been one of tho thieves ol
the Badical patty ho would also have
been president. A rascal, lie would not
have wandered from the Republican fold ;
a Republican, ho might have stepped
frum the supreme bench to the prolden- j
Ui! chair. '
"What shall I do. O! wlmt shall I
do?" exclaimed the wretcbod Kellogg,
governor of Louisiana, at h full Into tho
armt of a dear friend of hi, nfter bo had
been slot at. As he loll into his friend's
arme,. tayt the voracious history, "he
clasped his hands in extreme agitation."
Very Krenchy all ibis, and doubtless all a
Ha. Kellogg is a rascal, and the ponple of
Louisiana are very foolish In the proscnt
erlsit, but we cannot believe any t .m
Would wlc.Vrrt -,. VI"WII Umlr
folly 'by invoking tho analti' bullet or
dagger to rid themselves of a pestilential
enemy. If they Wi to get out of tho fry.
ing pan into tbo lira lot thorn do f
Oln late chief of police,, nt prucnt ono
of the deputy rnorilTs of thi county, it
furious, and unfortunately fur ti; Tub
Bulletin bat encored him. Tut Bul
letin is an unlucky sheet. It trampb
around like en elepb&nt and occasionally
crushes an unforlunalu (out, much In Us
regret. And now R bus actually got on
the good naturcd toes of .Mr .Myers, who
has retaliated promptly. In the past
Louir, wbo Is not a very grateful man
wbo takes with cooloou and keeps with
atllityany smull favor you mey have to
dispose of Louis, wo say, ha, in the past,
been the recipient at our hand of some
kindnesses, and now has actually yone
back on ut. We thought ho would. "We
knew our man all tbo time. AVo thought
he would "sour" on us, and hu has. 'Well,
we stall survive, wo hope, and with a
great deal of pleasuro wo take up tbo
gauntlet wo think hat it the name of it,
(Loui can look at the dictionary)
wblch our whilom friend hy thrown
FROM CAIRO TOTUE PACIFIC.
In another column w publlbh an
article from the Little Hock vArk.) 'G.
rette, on tho proposed railway from
Cairo to Fulton and thence to Maaatlan,
Mexico, on the Pacific ccast.
The writer doet not, In our opinion,
draw a too encouraging picturo of the
good results to How from the completion
of thja enterprise. It will ai l In the do
velopment of n country the riohoit on the
American continent, and contribute much
to the building up of many large commer
cial cities. To Cairo it will bring many
benefit. Altbuugb Mr. Thomas Allen
and the other friend of
8;. Louis nay use ail pou'hlo
efforts to divert fiom thi
elty the trade properly belonciiii; to I', In
Ihe lonjj run they will fail of tho rosulu
expected, and Cairo will reap an abundant
harvest of prosperity. Little Jtock may,
aid we hope will, realise all her expecta
tion. That Cairo will wo have no doubt.
The 'Gazette' tyt! "The development
of the country that will ho wrought by
tbii mighty enterprite will not only rer
dir necemry tbe eitaUWhmotit of a tc .
'rltorial government In the lq.U ronn.
try, but tbo annexation of Mexico.
Tkeri It, in our mind, tin doubt Ut
with tb cvBpIetlon of the propped Inttt.
alloaa' railway will iiIU), a
demand for the annexation of
Mexico, and although at this time thie
proposition "would .ueel with Utile tavor,
then It will V popular, and he Icon aetitl
upon. . Moxfco must bemn. In tin- an
netkttun of tbat country, this p ut of tlm
vineyard of tho rpuhlle should lake a
lively lnturot. Willi Meiics a part of
the United Males, and a road leading from
Csiro to Mazatlan and tho capital of tho
new territory presided o er by Gov. Logan,
or Cullotn, or Ottlesby, or Ptn" other 111!.
noti Kcpublicnn, what inlht Clri not
expect of greatness in the fututi'' S!io
but we retire erlnurted from thu riintm
platloncr Iha lllttoriug pruspi't,
Shawneetowti i oo the -bii'h nd to
greatness; at least m hopeand believe tlie
citizens of lint hitherto quiet, tlow.;olng,
if not altogether oM-fogylih town, on Hod
by courtesy a city, hawnnelown wants
a grand hotel, which shill be to it what
tho now Sherman it to Chicago, the Fifth
Avenue to New VorV or the Continental
it to I'ilIadolphla. Tht new hotol wa
to havo beon built bv a citlrnn nt
Sliawneelown, and boforo it had uny cxU
tence othor than in contemplation It was
decided to fall it by tho otiphonlout namo
of tbo Hlrsrsfde hotol. Hut tho pronpei
live builder iii.ldJenly announced hi la
tentlon of abandoning tbo project unlest
hi follow-citlzen would donato otock to
tho amount of ten thousand dollar and
the city authorities would oxempt tho
property from taxation for ton year.
With nawly awakeaod liberality, tl10 clil.
zons of Shawncetown pledge! tho amount
and Its public-spirited council passed an
ordinance cxomptlng tho hotel building
from taxation for ten years. Tim ltlvor
tide hat bron begun and will shortly have
a local habitation 'veil as a nu-.no.
But Sbawnnotown is not only ambitious
to outslilns all her neighbors, big and lit
tie, in the mattot of a botl structure;
(Mints a tobacco factory, nnd by making
nearly similur conditions to iuoe nt
lchud to the building of the Uiverside, it
has socured the establishment of one
which will give employment to over fifty
Shawneitown grasps after n foundry
too; it wants to tee the puffing of tmoke
and hear the bum of machinery, and tee
ittclf, not far in the future, a
smoky city to wblch Pitttburg is
a mo'o circumstance. Citizen' tub-
tciptions and an exemption from
taxntlon for a number of year make the
enterprite a ceruinty and within a '-
time a foundry will aiir'ug up within the
environs of Shawneetown.
Whether mr river nltitir U ncnr-
ajlnp muiuiaUst in numii way, mak
ing the taxes of the poor contribute to
the ucci!s of the rich and furnishing an
example of that protection which, on a
larger tcalo, has been the root of corrup
lion and tho tend of gigantic orlls, are
question which do not tuom to enter into
the calculation of hor nvor-weeiilng am
. - - - ...
SMfTM, THE WATEHCOMMUXICA-
T ION 1ST,
The gentleman by the name of Smith,
now making honorable wage as governor
of Georgia, it wiser in his day and gener
ation than most mm at prtKant in the
gubernatorial business. He has fortun
ately, wo boliove, wator on tho briln,and
there, in tbe Unguago of Daniel Webster,
may it romiiln forever. Lately ibis Smith
ha written a letter ti the Indianapolis
(Ind.) 'Journal,' the content of which
i. u. of tho lettr, not of the 'Journal,' are
a discuEsion of tho question of water
transportation from tho lake to tho sea
board. In tht communication, iutendod
to produce an effect upon thu farmer of
tho West, Gov. Smith direct atten
lion to the proposed convention of gov
ernorf and other prominent citizens, call.
ud to bo held at Atlanta, Georgia, on tbe
Gov. Smith knows what hu I talking
about when be, ttatet that "In the four
' states of Hjuth Carolina, Georgia, Flor
' Ida aud Alabama there is an annual de
'ficiency of fifty million of bushels of
'grain, and that this deficiency is rapidly
' increasing, owing to the decrcmo In farm
'labor ami the rapid Increase of the non
'producing population. To supply this
'demand, th South it almost wholly do
' pendent on tho West and Northwest;
'hence the South I interested in any
scbeme that will diminish the cost of
1 transportation, ami It willing to aid any
' practical measure that will accomplish
Sinltli, like Lviio, li correct, but ho
might havo added certain other itemt of
lrilormntin which Tin; llrn.xii.N will
In the four states named by our friend,
the govi rnor ijj Georgia, the aggregated
population it about 3 (7 1, I'm, and the pro.
ductbn of grain I j,'JI(i,(aM busheN, the
aggregate coiisump'.ion holnij t 1 70,
leuvlng t'",3'Vil8;0 lnihl ( he ujipliil
by other statot.
It limit be clear to very one that If tho
rates of transportation of grain fro n lli o
"other ttatvs weru not o high if iha
were reasonable those "other ttei
would tupply to tbe four states named by
Oor. Smitht least 100,000,000 bushels of
grain inttead of iTononoo. Smith puit
IhH point thus !
T.,e high rates of ra.l l""'I7f '"
lion of f.aal crop, bimI dliiiiriilin. thnpr...
luctlon of Cotton, al l" i"e '
prlve the West an I .oiinwe-i in inai ex-
if a market
i average iroi uction of nrupa in the
.to makV tho dllolency, would re-
tnni nt a market.
nulrn tlia cultivation of 5.000,0110 acre?
Tho tamo acreage dovoted to cotton cul
ture would produce l,2o0,(Hi bal. Thus,
tiling the price, of cotton at Ifi conlt per
pound, and com at it per buihol, tho lo
ti th" jou:li wniid li" f''",f,n .non snnu
ally. Kiw, for the application of lho fncta
Smith cldimt that the multiplication of
railroads or congressional Ifglslalioti will
not remedy the evil and that roliof can
only be had in wator communication.
Wo almost agree with Gov. .Smith. Al
most has ho porsuaded ut to le a water
communication!?!. Tlie Tennessee
and Cumberland rivor should
be at once scooped out,u nnvlg'iblo supply
of water for them furnished at govern
ment cxpenso, and a thawing arrangement
procured to keep away ico from their eur
face in the winter time. Tnen with tho
grand chain nf tho Ohio removed, nnd IV
ducah, Shawncctown and several other
aspiring villages suppressed wo wilt he
"fixed." Illinois lulng, as a matter of
course, the statu which will supply most
of tho grain, and Cairo being the only
outlet for that grain, Cairo will become
tho groat grnin depot nf the t'nitcd Slates
tho food-supplier of South Carolina,
Georgia, Alabnmt, and Florida,
Wo glow with expectation and
raisxour voice encouraging tho labor Uf
the great Vmlth of Georgia Smith, the
masher of tbo monopolists.
The following is n Hat of patent Usiu-d
from tho United Staves patent offleo to
Illinois inventor, for the week ending
April 10, 187B, and each bearing that
date. Furnished to this paper by Cox je
Cox, solicitors of patents, Washington,
Land pulvurizer, ' ""'by, Car
.Manufacture of swoet biscuits, II. Even,
CornOitukliig thimble, C. L' Uwens,
Photographic ky.llght, C. I. alosber,
Windmill, W. D. Nichols, Uatavia.
Ilinding icrew, V. Scburz, Paloma.
Corn shelter, F. Ilollen et al, Marion.
Station Indicator, J. K. Mngie, Canton.
II rid I e bit, C. L. Glnxingor, Sterling.
Plow, K. n. Ground, Edwardville.
Corn husking glove, P. '. Harts,
Thread cutter for cwlng machines, F.
V. Oburg, Peoria.
Wheel plow, W. P. Sweeny, Marine.
.Single-tree for horu can, J. Willis,
HV HK.V, II. 11, TUI1SK.V.
. uui.. i.., nt,i, wiinam l)euton)
and a fow other cieutist, falsely so.
called, have tried to palm upon nature a
law which she unhesitatingly repudiates
in general and in du'.ul! We ask these
men for proofjand they dlsfi up conjecture
we call for ftcts, nnd they furnish supposi
tion? ; wedomand testimony, and they arc
reluctantly forcod to admit that "not a
single InUanco of the chango of one spe
cie into another has been found." Wiiat
shameful mutiny against icience to at
tempt to impose a law of evolution upon
nature, in tho face of her reiterated pro-
toil agalimt the same! It it possible to con
ceive of a more flagrant disregard of laws
regulating scientlflo methods of research?
3. If any fact can bo found to testify
for tho truth of this new tadpoleun-bypo
thosis, why do these men fail In all their
eflorls to find any such ? Dr. Thomson,
an English believer in evolution, headed
an oxpoJitlon for deep-sea dredging vhich
wa bent out, nt bU suggestion, by the
Ilritish government. It wa claimed that
an addition of tho deep bed of tho ocean
to tbe legitimate Held uf research, would
bo tho grand Held from which to gather
proof for tho thoory of evolution. What
bat boon the result? Aro thoso imugina
live pictures culled from Darwin writer
and speakers, found to bo true ? Why
just the opposite. They urn found te be
false, every one of thorn. What will the
D.ir whites of Cairo do ?
Dr. Thompson, allvo with zoal for evo
lution, I now a discouraged man. At tho
head of thegroat expedition lent out by
the Ilritish government, it would not do
for the doctor to return without a strong
effort to find at least one link to testify
to the D.trwin hypothesis, Tho most care,
fill decp-ioa dredging and search was
made, and tho ocean hottom was explotcd
to the depth of throe miles. Tho investl
gator were doomed to a sad disappoint
ment, nnd Dr. Thomson confesses that
they fulled to And a solitary fact to testify
for natural selection. Tho hut proji has
'alien. When Prof. Donton come bak
next fall, he will not hvo twenty persons
out to hear him. The bubble reached its
largest, when that famous character was
bcro and now,
hut KteKiiiTioN ay ms ntiriii i,nv
UM.!..I. .. ... 1. t A .1 . .
ll men nnr iw iimv luuuq me miS4ni;
link, lias returned wtlfiout it. And Dr.
Thomson, who headed Hint expedition.
scciiii abo.it ready to abandon that hy
pothei after all hit zealousr.es for it
TI too bad! What will pjor Dent'.n do?
Ur. Thomson trie to vindicate his ocean.
mltotn search for evolution, hy the con- '
es'lon that all other earch lias been In i ,
vain. He says, "During thu whole neriod
" ""'h numv rvaimn, mil mm I
single instance of the chimin nf one spo. I
..r -li i t . . .
cle Into another has been deterted , ami, I
fnulnr to say, in .uce.slve geological'
fornntloii;, altliougli new speeles are con-1
nntly appearing, and thero is abundant I
evidence of progressive change, nu single i
case ha been obierved or one specie
pissing through a series of inappreciable
modifications Into another,"
4. Of count the reason no Itmtaiice of
evolution li flndablr, it Lccause Ihe hnle
nypaincMl it .B,.n. n... .
prnvrd dislovtl Intclencn by recting the
.volutlonmenl! butstlntl.ta havnch.lmcd
hcliown what mmtme thoy liavotatijli .
llnjidns, lli'l l,einui-i wn mrfi:cuieu
(j,,)!,.,, wpfr triviiti'tt as mneli u religion
viniuen werr peivuhii-
, . . . .. rP , lontlllc n the rvn. i
i 1 1 ' "n 1 , ... ,
lutinnfts nf our day. Oaiiln,. whs U.o i
3. It l very atiifafttory 10 qnrisuant
to (1ml tliat nature testifies to the bih1
theory of man s creation.
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c-stMMiaMo.N .nt:n;ii antn.
I. D. MATIlUae.. K (1. UIII,
MATUUSS & U1JL,
Commissi okMebc rants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
WOOD RITTENIIOW. A H0 '
tij-eral CommisMuD Morelutj.
US OUJO LKVKK,
Our Homo Advertiser.
And but wiim
."BOOT S S I-X O 211 S
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j.tliit:Mli..1.iii li n p.itent leather. niorrnro
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'"'.'l j' V'1; "V" """'' Sc"l',h l"tmm..
, in. I l.-u l .mIuc iirmiy ntlier Myle joli .,
. .M.iiMiiH. lining n i-xirii iiiiu ti
' mni.u1.il him! work.
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tun .lel. rii.liK.I in i. bo tiii.ciil. r t,,
line .ii:ilu o( Ko,m..
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NEW HOOT AND SHOE STORE
Al IlK aisa oftbe HKIs BSIOT.
COIIN-KIIOI S'aVKSTIH'.TKKBTANII WaMI
CM 110, ILLINOIS.
WIktc I Imllo oil the i (,r C,nri
nixl KUrrrillli.luiliiitr)' to call anil Her
tlii'V .niiiot savi-imiiiii'V. n I uiu ...ii ......
I L'.',vv'. .' hnv" S'lnptwl tli oltl motto. "The
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MESCHAKT TAILO R
No. 101 ClIUUEHUIAt, A VKNUK,
! ,,'f". h, Si-ot"h ami American cavlmeie
' or all ciilurs, ami hfavcr ami broa.l cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
A in I lu.nii' 1 1, ttif
' Au.1 at the towel .rf..v. A tfiit- litamt first
I Cla., ull Kiunintrt-.l. palLLirtlo lu all r
. ijit-.-et warrauicl.
.A HI. PETERS.
' Oir.K.liM tun, an, Poplar SI.,
iinrm tl... i.i.l.il,. .i. .. i.. i,
aloa Hr-t-il.i-, lli.r- Mioor am! ready
tomanula.-tureriinli-purall klmla of work
In thl trail with nj.ilr and dl-pateli.
NEW LI VERY STABLE
WAaH X AVKNCE Af D WAI.KU1
llr. B. F. Fl.ld. Inform, tnf ptiMir thai h ha
L I V H .Y V S T A li L E,
Cl'Iori" nor""'"" ",tr 'l,'t "ro'l nam
HI S'al,l will hr rninlttiH with noon hut lh
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
1,r"! the ptilillc miy hi. .uToinmo.lati-d at t-
hour- i.f Uie ,Uy and nllit with iafr team,
, on the lowe.t trrm.
h' rn,.,.,,!lVi,r ' ,n.l'rii 11 ,alr t-iOnic
a'' ""'1'"l to l.u.i
NEW YORK STOstE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROlaT VAHIITV TOCK IK TftK OIT
OOOD3 SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Cnrnrr of Nlnt-sith atrewt naiit Cntss
O. O. I'ATlK'f
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
UOUNEll :)2ll-HTRLETANI) OniO !.Vl
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HUMJS, HJIOWN & CO.,
Aot.Nfs Home Cotton Mills
MI.NIOhlu Li'Vee, t'lilro, Ilia.
CAI RO CITY COAL
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PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
' (iiii)kiik in at Hl!llay Hro. offlee, 7
onio i Kvtt or !"' t-'oalVanl below the
' st ria'Slf fie Jll w' prompt atten.
tlon Tha 1P,0,,' wwm bring "oa