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THE CAIRO DAI LI BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1873.
'jjllNlLOUKRLY, KillL r and Publisher
TKUM3 OFTHK DAlL I'ULLKTINs
One week, tor carrier t M
On rear br carrier. lndvuce 10 00
One yew by cxrler II not p lid In
WW month, by mall 100
rtire month 8 00
lnonths , 6 2ft
, One year 10 00
Tl DOLLAR WEEKLY BlLLKTIN
, Joan Q. Oberly h. reduced tno .ubicrip
"tlo prlee of the Wbikly Cairo Hullktin
,&. to Oe Dollar per nnum, nuking it the
eInHpttpjnerp!fiUhe I In Southern illlnol
Cba. Dickic.va was r.dlcil John
Bright lorl of politician.
Gioro Fbancis Train hi been pro
nounced not Insane. He Is mountebank
who airs eccentricities to obtain public
notice, creato comment and make money,
If the cold .boulder of tho peoplo (hould
be turned upon Mm no notice tnkon of
hli peculiarities, ho would .oon become h
quiet if not a good citizen.
Ir Mr. Louii Myer. really believes wo
have wronged him why don't ho lay io.
Wo would not do him Injmtlcc for tho
world and If he can convlnco us wo havo
done him any wrong whatevor, wo will bo
happy to rlie to An explanation and apol
ogia. We pine for an opportunity to fall
upon LauU' nock and woop tho lean ol
roionciliatton u do. "J
Tue 'Stto Journal' say. of Judgo Ba
ker, that although still n young man, "ho
rank, in hli professional attainment,
'with the best-rcad Uwyon in tho itnte,
'and by hit careful, pains taking but
'prompt attention to tho business of bit
' circuit, hai already achlovod a high rcpu-
' tation ai a judgo. Ho bat the lupport o
'the legal profession without regard to
ATTonvir Qknkral Williams Informs
Gov. Kollogg of Louisana, that, so far ui
Williami knows, Kollogg has tbo ymp.v
thy of the administration. Tho Louisi
ana kettle of Bib U not a nice one, and
who is to blamo or how a correction of the
evils afflicting tho poople of that common
wealth Is to bo appliod, no porson can toll.
KellogR Is a fraud and ho knows it; but
the danger Is thu Democrats and Liberals,
lung to madness by outrage, may go too
tar, and make their good cause tho cause
of lawlessness and anarchy.
Mr. Lout Mykim, deputy sheriff to
do city police business, is a gentleman wb
nat much confidence In Wmself. He
doaii4 ru. t. - ..uuicipai election
that he could be chief of p .lice if ho d
sirod the placo that ho could buy it
uur authority for this statemont that gen
Ueman can havo on demand. If this Is
lbs kind of morality which influoncos
ATr. Myers' conduct if hu is a boastor of
his ability to bribe, Sheriff Irvin must ad-
mlt that he Is not a propor porson to oo
upy a position In' tho sheriff's offleo.
Tn Personal Liberty League, a society
having a rather precarious existence in
Chicago and a struggling branch in Do
troit and one or two other places, is about
to give up tho ghost. Tho society was or
ganized for tho purpose of working for
the repeal of the temperance law now in
force in this and othor states. Tho efforts
of last winter looking to that result wore
frultleas, and the League now finds iu oc
cupation gone, at least for tho present. It
will die a natural death, to be rosurroctod
perhaps when tho gqneral assembly is
gain ia session.
,Mb. Louis Mtjshs, tho deputy sheriff,
(tod Mr. Henry.allas Jack, Winter, two ami
able gentlemen and exomplnry citicons,
propose the organization of a now party
to this city. In object Is to reform the
taformatlon In Cairo, and taku tbo old
thing back Into the glories ol past days,
when there wu sy Umei tn j tno bljly
boys roamed about the city with Uielr
strawberry noses before them, masters of
all they surveyed. They will have a mot
,ly following, and may tho Lord have
tnrcy,on them I We love these men,
but they will have none of us. Where
fore we will go hence and pray for the
good of their large and gushing souls.
Cum Juanc Oiu.cls not yet burled
but speculations and suggestions as to a
it man to occupy the seat ho as worthily
filled as any of. bis great prodecenors, are
rife on every side. Senators CoDkling,
Morton and, Howe are mentioned as
friends of the president, a reason which
tuggeets tbatn as being a trio from whom
. V . .
,. jipuimment Is likely to be made.
Thenars of the Hon. Edward J'iorrepont
appears among those who have born
ipokec of in this connection. The Chi
o.go 'Tribune' considers William U,
Kvarts of New York, eminently qualified
lo succeed Mr. Ch.sc, and tbo 'Times'
faftunet Charles O'Conor of New york
the bt.t man th. United State, tot 'tho
petition. Mr. Ev.ru i, , ,,,..
a.d Mr. O'Conora D.mocrat fact wbu,h
MSskM It almost a certainty that t elhor
of the gentleman find f.tUr with tb
frMkUnt, tb on who wilt wear the tnku,
tl of M. great man Jul clecaased will b
WHY UK VOTED SO.
The Joneaboro 'Oaioltc edited by a
gentleman who does not Iot Mr. Oberly
according to tho deserts of that amiable
gentleman, Las concluded to crush him
because of hit vote In faver of thej ad
journed session. We also were disposed
to denounce him, but after mature thought
have concluded he acted wisely. The
'Gazette, In this connection, copies from
the Missouri 'Republican- an artlclo In
which It is asserted that if tho peoplo
would retire from tho political service ev
ery man who voted for tho adjourned scs
sion, they would probably como very near
bitting tho nail on tho head. If tbo peo
plo should lako this advice, llicy would
rtitire nearly every ardent aoli-rallroad
monopolist now In oitber branch of tho
legislature. Examino tbo "ayes" In tho
senate and house, and you will llnd that
the name of r.ot ono man who votod
acalnst tho railroad law Is In the list.
Examine tho "nays'' and yuu will llnd that
tho Dsmo of ovwry railroad man of ev
ery man who vindictively fought railroad
legislation from tho commencement to the
close ot the session Is In that list It is
truo tho names of somo of tho friends of
tho railroad bill aro In Ilia of nays
but most of them voted that way becauso
they wanted an earlier session than .Unit
ary next. In tho house thore was not onu
anti-railroad man who would have votod
to havo adjourned tin', die not one I Mr.
Oberly is willing to tako tho consequences
of that vote. Ho endeavored to serve his
constituents faithfully, and bolloves ho
did, and wo do not bolievo wo misrepre
sent him when wo say ho don't caro a cuss
If ho (hould bo retired from public service
forever and a dav?
MR. Sl'EAKEIt OULLOM.
This the 'Stato Register' says in refer
ence to Mr. Shelby M. Cullom, speaker of
tho general nsiomblyt
Always amiable, quick and clear in his
docisiont, courteous and just, ho has won
not only tho respect and good will or all
tho members of whatever political party,
but tho still moro to bo prized opinion of
being ono of the bost speaker, that over
presided over an Illinois house of repre
sentative. Ily his thorough knowledgo
of parliamentary law and faithfulness at
his post of duty, ho ha. expedited business
and presorved tbo dignity of bouso-tnat-
ters or much importance to ine poopio, ana
that tend to the well being of the stato.
it attord. us pleasure, aitnougn not one ol
Mr. Cullom's political admirers, to
thus record popular opinion of our cm
zen, as a rmuito omrer ana a man.
wo wisn, in tbo most ompnatic manner,
to endorse all tins. There I. not In the
paragraph a word of undesorved praiio
Speaker Cullom secured, by attention to
duty, Impartiality In the discharge of the
I functions ot hUoUVn, a" " u1KKiO
s.g.clty which taught him how to wisely
walk during tho lato session of tho general
asiMnMr, tho rainooi r all iLn mombers
and tbo friendship of many. Mr. Cullom
Is sagacious unto tbo day of bis political
preferment, and will, inovltably go up
higher. At every stop ho tako up tho
Uddor ho will hear our applause the
clapping of our hands und our cry of
"bravo I" that is tu say, if ho behaves
bimsolf, don't wander off after the goldon
calf of monopoly, tbo miserable vrlckod-
nesi of too intense a dovotion to the In-
tonso radicalism of tho Credit Moblllcr
cliiU, or tho deep damnation of that po
litical mongrolism which may bo proper
ly designated nalary-grabism, the only ten
et of which is get all you can. Hut (Jul
l.i ru is not that kind of a man, and we
look to bis future in anticipation of hon
ors worthily won and worn by him.
THE ADJOURNED SESSION.
Tho outcry that has boon ralsod against
an adjourned session is foolish. If tho
poopio demand that thejailroads shall bo
regulated they must tako tho conso
quencos of that domand. Railroad legis
lation is an oxporiment, and must be
looked after with assiduous carefulness.
Tho law latoly passed to provent unjust
discriminations and extortions 1. not the
lw the anti-monopolist, deslrod, Thoy
hid to coinpromiso with tho
rtllroad men of tho bouso and tho
senate, with Wicker and Steol, Starne and
Uinchcliff, Walte and Casey, and take
little rather than got nothing. If then
thoy had adjourned in ilit, and tb
law had not come up to tho oxpoctttions
of the poople, what would havo beon th
result Curses upon tho assorablv loud
and deep, ami from ono end of tho stato to
the othr,Jand across it from side to side
The defects could not havo boon bw.l
until another aesombly bad boon ceded
anu tuUa titB patching would
havo been done by men inexperienced in
legislation and would havo been as defec
live as tho original work. The anumblv
therefore wisely adjourned until next
January. Ily that time tho law will have
been in force, tho schodulos provided for
by section 8 will havo been prepared, tho
defects of tho law will havo become evf
dent, tho influence of tho railroads on
pettifogger, like Senator titcel will have
becouo weakened, and much can bo dono
towards perfecting tho railroad legislation
of the stato. Every railroad man in
both homes votd against ao adjourned
lession, aud nearly all the ardent ut.
railroad men In both houses voted for it.
This fact speaks volumes. Time will, we
lave no doubt vindicate tho w'idom of tho
aWnment to January next.
Hon. A. M. Craig, lately nominated as
the entl-monopollst candidate for tho su
premo bench In the Fifth Judicial Dis
trlct of this state, hns accepted tho nom
Opposed to him in this contest is Mr.
Lawrence, the present chief justice, a
gentleman whose ability at a lawyer and
whose purity of character havo never been
Tho result of tho contost ennnot confi
dently be anticipated, and It Is possible
Judgo Lnwrcnco may succeed. If bo
should we .hall regrot tho result. II
ought to bo defeated. Tho Interests of tho
poopio reqtliro that ho should bo. Wo do
nctdony to him groater abilities than wo
accord to Craig, who Is not a gentleman
of distinguished parts, but tho causo of ro
form demands tho sacrifice nf all men of
tho Judgo Lnwronco class of all thoso
legal owl. who screech tho.crucches of tho
past, aro blind wl.on brought Into tho
light of present ovent, and con soo only
whon envolopod by tho darkness of legal
This will bo donounced as a dangerous
doctrine, and it may be, but It must con
trol il tho poopio hopo to mako any head
way agninst tho powor of tho monopolists.
Tho movomont moans revolution, and wo
must t.ko all tbo means wo find at our
hand to accomplish our purpose. And
first, womustroform tho courts, by crowd
ing off tho bench tho men who will not de
cide for tho poople, and by putting on
those who willl If tho peoplo aro wlso
they will not rofuso to acknovlcdgo tho
wisdom of thu position.
"Down with Lawrence, with all his lc-
gal learning and virtues, and up with
Craig, tho anti-monopolist candidate, with
all his lack of learning and other short
comings I" I. tho truo revolutionary cry
for tho Fifth district.
A cablo tolegram announces briefly tho
death of John Stuart Mill at Avalgnon,
Franco. For forty years John 3tuart
Mill ha. occupied a foremost portion
among tho thinkers and writers, not of
England only, but of tho civllizod world,
On political and social questions, his idea;
and opinion, havo Leon somewhat in ad
vance of hi. age and country, bold, orig
inal and democratic, and havo been one of
tho popular forces which havo holpod to
croato a liberality of sontimont and h
gradual emancipation from old ideas
in England which would onco
havo been considered impossiblo tburo.
Too radical and leveling In bis Ideas for
in. u.. v.,u , j,u r.nglund, his In
tolloctual forco and the wide rongo which
hi. puhllshod thought covorj, hns mado
him an authority on political oconomy
and various social and philosophical sub-
jocts notofton questioned.
Mill was an earnest advocato of the
"rights of womon," a. that torrn is undor-
stood In this day, and believed her to bo
entitlod to all tho social, intellectual and
political privileges and responsibilities en-
Joyed by man.
Ho was borli in tho city of London on
tho twentieth of May, 180C. Ho wos tho
on of Jamos Mill, himself a profound
thinker, and an author of rcputo on sub-
Ject. timllar to thoso to which bis sou has
uiBuueucu vbiuaoio contributions. Tbo
... l . . ...
elder Mill educated his son
no. at tno samo tlmo directed
tho Intellectual training of Grolo, now la
mous us tlm author of a history of Urecco,
In his early life, Mill .pent somo year. In
the house oftho Fronch economist Joan
Uaptisto Lay. In 1823, ho ontored the
India housoasaclork undor his fathorj
hecontinuod for thirty-threo years in tho
samo department; in 1831 ho was op
pointed to a higher position in it, and ir
1806 was placed at its hesd, retiring in
o on account oi lolling health. Prom
1835 to 1810, ho was oditor of tho 'London
and Westminister Rotiew.'but his roput,,
lion as an original thinker, as a brilliant
.m powonui writer, und u timkor of
Ideas dostlned to uxort utioircumscrlbcd
Influence In tho present and futuro, rests
on bis works on political econonn and
othor kindred subjects.
Fivo years ago next Decombor, whs Is
sued tho first number of Tun Caiho Hu,..
lstin as an evening papor. The enter
priso was undertaken when thoro was lit
tlo hopo of much pecuniary benefit to bo
derived from tbo publication of a paper
In tLIs city, and after many publibhors
who had attempted liko undertakings had
failed. At first tho
a - fVIUlU U B I
was not assuring, but It has bocmnu
brighter every day slnce.and now givos to
us a lettering promWo of cortaln suecoss.
During thu few yeurs of Tmk IIl-llk.
tin exlstonco wo havo man.irod to ts.
tabliih it, Cairo one of the best print!,,,.
ofliees In the state, and we are not boast.
... t ...
mi uvu woiay ma; outside of Chi
thero is not now &
ost.blUhment of thu kind in Illinois thau
Wo acknowledge tho llberulity of our
Ittzonr, but cl.lm that are ns much in-
debted to MS as wo to them. Thuv l.v
redTiii Bulletin and paid for It, but
Iu the publication of the naour !,,..
. f - .... ,v
cxpendod nlmot ns much money as wo
havo received, Wo havo labored to main
tain a papor In Cairo for tho good of the
city and In tho hope of future profit to
ourselves, and thus far havo not realized
from Its publication moro than very mod
Our buslntss men havo patronized us
with their job printing, nt first because
they could not get It atiywhoro else, and
lately.becausowe can do and do our work
cheaper than It can bo procured In St.
Louis, Louisville or Cincinnati, nnd a'
skillfully us atiywlicru in tbo West.
Wo aro tliHitkful for tlm favor, of tho
past-very thankful j but wo must nppoal
for continued tipport. The IIullkti.v,
small as It is,; is an cxpcnslvo concern to
us o larger if not a better popor than tho
alzo of Cnlrojusliflcs any printer publish
ing. It contains moro mutter than either
of tho l'eoriit, Springfield or Qnlncy pa
pors, and cither of thoso places Is thrco
times as populous us Cairo, and in a pop
ulation moro generally givon to newspa
per reading than wo of thl. city. Il must
not bo forgotten that of our U.OOO souls
one-fourth aro colored nnd not patrons of
this journal, at lentt.
Wo ask tlio peoplo of Cairo for patron-
ago. Till is nil. Wo mako this request
coupled with tho promise) that wo will
compete in pricos and quality of work
with any printing oflko anywhere.
To meet the anticipated demands upon
us discounting somewhat tho prosperity
oftho city wo have, ut great expense, put
into our ofllco n number of tho bost print
ing presses manufacture J, and all, or near
ly all, tho latest stylos of type. Wo are
also building an addition to our ollicc, so
that wo may bo utiublnd to still further add
to our futilities for doing work cheaply,
promptly and skillfully.
To give to Cairo so excellent a printing
oitublishmcnt, wo have, wo frankly state,
taken upon ourselvos t great pnoiinlary
burden, nnd wo must havo public support.
Wo request It. Wo do not demand but
solicit our business men, who huvjou
printing ar.d advertising, to givo to us their
patronngo to at least permit us to do
thoir work at a lower prico than any othor
ofllco in the west.
Wo donot anticipate) failure, of course.
Wo bolievo tho poopio of Cairo too well
understand thoir own interests to permit
Tun IIuli.ktin to go down. Thoy must
know that tho failure of this paper, which
has been conducted with tho most scrupu
lous oconomy, would bo a severe blow at
Cairn nnd advertise her us a city of old
fogies retrograding Instead of advancing.
iro nnvu uiMtuua rtum iliu secretary ol
stato a licenbo us commissioners to open
books for subscription to tho capital stock
of This Cairo Uuli.eti.v Coji-anv, and in
a fow doys will havo completed tho or-
ganlzutlon of th? coporatlon. Tlio capital
stocK Is 10,000; shares, 100 each.
Ily organizing this company wo hopo to
moro hoartlly Intorcst many of our citizens
In Tan 1JUI.LKTIK, and wo expect they
will not pormit tho opportunily to pnss
M US. MoQEK,
RUIith Strcot, between Commercial and Wiah
tiKtoa Avenue. Is Ui!r rntln(
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
L ATKHT 1MUN(I ANU Ml MM XII BTYLKK,
Hmnt t lull Hue of
BOISr'CT'BI'B as HATS
ITrimme-l n I uninmmert,
FIlKNCH PI.OWKHH, KIHIKI.Nrl, TKIMMINOt-
n f all klmtr, Litcflii, etc., etc,
Mr. MiKJee ha alo a Ur a.ortmnt c
Fancy Articles, such an
NECK TLX CELLAR. UNflRhflLEKVES,
KUKKB, HASH rls, FANS,,
Ati'l all other artictoa usually louoil In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Jlrn, MeOee. In addition to her Htock ol
Kanev and Millluerv (iooiU. Iim a tin,, mni
Complete awirtmeiit of Cincinnati CuMoin
mane i.uuiei' uiiu .mim'8t himet anil C'hll
ureiis' itooiM, iiiuck ami in colort, . lie
urcucknowlcdirud to bo the liucxt ami :o
cerin the market, and thin la tliu on
lioibo tho eltv that makes them a iqieciulty
Corner Twelfth street ami W'a-liinton Av
J. C. II U ELS,
(Late of St. Louie,)
BOOK HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Hl.ANK HOOKS of nvury description clone
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"illn ilonn at fchort notice . Hible. Mule,
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and eiL'are ol theim-t tiraf .-.
(Ojien Day aud Night.)
J. E. PAJtKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levoe, het, 4th and Uth ctrecta,
ilEALs' AT ALL UOUKd.
A linu new DIiiIiil- Mull u-iii, ,
vetilencu li'is I ,. ii h.i, i... i ,i,i. ..'
ltei.iuiuut, una tlio Kueata Will Ull j ufl
THE HILL UK FARE
COniletH Of CterV allhelallllnl i,n,l ,l.ll..- ...
tho euson, 7
1 supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUDHSiWINKS & CIGARS
KSTMIxed drinks piepurcd with care.
JST. NICHOLAS j
IIAERY WALKEIt i
,1IN tHOSS STHKliT,
ivAiiMi, . ILLINOIS.
iioou .taiillinr connected with ti,. i
and .ample room for commerVla ! ' 'i'.0"80'
Iree omnibus to and from all trains
Our Homo Advortiaore.
And huy your
j I. JONES,
j liir, Teiiih hirrelnntl Commercial A v.
I am now prrparril to tniitiufa tiire ill
MM Inif -t Iu. kik-Ii a- put. til leather, liiorriifo,
j luii k ami c-.-itt kin lionl Shoo, wpli ,i,x
loe, coik und luiiiip oie. Sroteli liottoin.
mm lievcl ciliro or any other rtyle you v..
liiiii iir-o isi.stitifaftsis litsf an extra oiialltv
oi i.n no- .inn.,, jiy ni.iterhil nnd w.irk.
in:in-lili arc warranted Io lie ot tin liet. I
am ileterinlneil to not lie undersold lor the
eaiiie ill illty ol kooiI.
Ilepainii,' done neatly utnl on linrt
""'' W It. JO.VES.
XKW ROOT AND SHOE STORE
AS III, Nlun uritir HKII HOIST,
COIINKR Of "rVKNTII STRRP.TA.tt) WaI.
cm no, 1 1, it iso is.
Where I ilille all the rltlzens of Cairo
mid nirrouiiilin country to call and see It
they emiiol :iu inoney, a I will sell very
low. I )iae inlopteil the old uiotto, "Tlio
Minlilf I'entij l Hotter than the Slow su-
pciio'." s. s. .v.vrsoN
MEBCHANT TAILO R
No. 104 COWMRRCIAL AVKNUK,
j Kreiicli, eoteh and American ci'Mmrro
j of all colors, .ind heaver and hroad cloth
j CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
' Ami made up In tlie
I And at the lowest prire. A tine fltatid Hrt
cla- work iriiarauteed. Satl-Ucllo In all re
4'nr.i:ieteinli nml tpl ir 11.,,
Informs Hip puhllc that ho h.nciiRaspii tn
senlee of a Klr.t-el.i-s Vai;oii makcrand
alo Hr-t-cla-llor-e shoer and In ready
to maiiufaetilie ami epurall kinds of work
In tlii trade with npalr aud dUpatch.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
II RTWKXN WAtjH N AVKNUK AND WAIHVI
i Dr. II. K. rieMi Inform tne public that he ti
I opened a
j h I V E Ii r fi T A I) L 22,
! on thenorthwe,t i!, of Tenth street aa nam
Hl S'ablet will be filmland with nane but tfn
J AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the puMlomay lie accommodated at al.
houre of the d.iy and nlifht with aae team.
I on the fowe-t tenn. r
,l?r J1'.ll",,'a a, " ""are of public pitronaito
am m emieaNorto merit il by iilnlealin
ami Uriel attention to Iiii.I s
NEW YORK STOsfK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROt.T VAKIKTT STOCK IN THK OtTT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
l orner of .-Vlneteenih atre.l aail 4'oia
C. O. PATIK
WAQ .. MANUFACTORY
For .Sulo at Wliolo-ulo or Retail.
COHNEIl 32l)-STlttET AND OHIO LKVEJ
KM IS, HKOWaV k CO.,
Aiik.vts IIojik Cotton Mills
NO. N) Ohio Levee, Cairo. 111.,
WARD & ROBERTS,
llKALKKl IN AVlNl'O"' SlIADKH,
Wai.u l'?, White
. Lkad, Linskkd Oa,
Sl-IltlTH TonPUNTLve, Qlv
SiikHc) Alcouol, Etc , ETCi
WsBiMton BVnue t0li Eleventh street,
(Mine. ' I.uoU