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FJUDAY, MAY J
On year br turltT it " ia M
advance j M
Una no, by mall " 8 00
Mlxaoatta. 10 00
Six Months f
Three MonUn ' w
Mfdiat '' w every !.
RtrotiTS from the ngrioultural de
partment show that tho fcason has been
extremely favorable for wheat through
out the whole country, though the re
cent nuddcu changes havo done some
injury in tho Northern State.. The
yield in the South will bo very
large. In California it will amot n' to
forty million of buahol.".
The Hon. J. K. Suttrcll, of Cali
fornia, has appeared before tho house
committco on post offices and post
roads and made a number of charges
against the post offico department. Ho
states that Bradley Barlow, C. C Hunt
ley, Owen Fuller, S. S. Huntley, J. L.
Sanderson, S. W. Parkor, and othcrB,
have the entire monopoly of tho mail
contracts in tho Tar West, and receive
pay for services never rendered, and
that they havo manipulated nnd con
trolled other bidders bo as to withdraw
their bids. It is also charged taat '.
P. Sawyer controls most of tho valua
ble routes in Texas, having bought off
other bidders. Mr Suttrcll claims
that the government is swindled year
ly out of very largo amonnts through
sham bids and fraudulent practices, and
that an organized combination is now
formed by which tho govornment is to
be swindled out of millions of dollars.
Th investigation is determined on and
another rotten limb of the admin
istration will be uncovorcd as wn? the
treasury in tho Sanborn case.
the Rjom ho pockets forj trying
them. tViiuo of these 'pdop'le are iu
our own lino of business. Wo don't
(juurrcl yitli thqir admiration for tho.
Mineral. Ho tea very remarkable man
.-iu ono or two respects probably the
most rcmarkabla man now unnn the
public- stages Many n ruau, who ab
hors his politic nnd tlclcsls hisinor
als, is jot conscious of n secret picas
uro in ."ocitig 'the critter oloiyr around."
But wc can't lioln thinkingf wh'cn. wo
hero tho General's admires running
over tho catalogue of. Ms-qualities, of
tho address of tho Tonsylranla judge
to the prisoner at the bar. "Young
man," Baid his honor, "a Providence
has blessed" yoa with health nnd
strength, instead of which you go nbout
tho country stealing sheep,"
jicrnugo 0t( American Duior. l us
they rcmmler the' deeds" brUicfolsin
and devotion lono .on both sides, will
speak not of Northorn powers or of
bouthurn courago, but of thd heroin in,
tho fortitude nnd tlio courat'0 of Amer
icans iu awar of ideas a .irarjn which
each section sigiialited its' consecration
to principles a oach understood them,
to -American liberty and to the coBati
tutiod received from their iuth'ers. '
It was my misfortune, perhaps my
fault, personally to never hnvn knnwu
this eminent philanthropist and states
man. The impulse was often strong '
upon jne to no to linn and otfer him
,. I). Malhat
E. O. t)hl
MATHU8S & UHL,
" Forwardfuj; ft Ocrcrsl
KLODB, grain, hay and
my hand and my heart with it. and to fJoilliTHqeiinn M Proliant
express to him my thanks for Lis kind u,11J,,lMlOn lUtrOIItUlK
SOUTHERN MAN PAYS AN
ELOQUENT TRIBUTE TO
A very peculiar condition of things
exists whereby the public arc threat
ened with tho loss of the postal-car ser
vicenow grown to be a necessity to
the business community. Tho railroad
companies now running postal cars
havo determined that if congress makes
no provision this session for payment
for this Bcrvico, they will withdraw
them and substitute the ordinary ban
gage car as heretofore, The railroad
companies were promised pay by the
post office department for this addi
tional service, wich was introduced in
18C4, but have novcr yet received one
penny though application has been
made every year since its introduction.
The loss to tho companies for runuiug
these postal cards yearly is between
CflI fhl - - 1 rnn ....
v-uv,uuuaau ?ou,uvu. xiioy propose
to continue the service at the bare cost
or to Bubmit tho question to arbitra
tion. The whole question has been
Among tho speeches' iniulo iu the
senate and houso of representatives on
Tuesday, commemorativo of the life
and services of -Mr. Sumner, none
equaled in eloquence1 or depth of feel
ing that delivered in tho houso by Col.
Lamar, of Mississippi. Col. Lainar
Mr. Speaker I rise to second tho
resolutions of tho eentlcman from Mas
sachusetts. I belicvo that thev ex
press u sentiment which pervades tho
breasts of the people whoso represen
tatives aro here assembled. Strnneo
as iu looking back upon tho past the
assertion may seem, impossible-, as it
would havo been ten years ago to make
it; it is not less truo that to-day Mis
sissippi rciirets the death of Charles
Sumner, and sincerely unites in paying
Honors to lus memory. JNot becaube
of the splendor of his intellect, not be-
causo ol tuo muh oulturo, cleunnt
scholarship and varied learning which
revealed tucnuuuves so clearly in all
his public efforts to justify tho appli
cation to him'" of Johnson's fclictous
expression, "Ho touches nothing which
he did not adorn." Not this, but bo
causo of thoso peculiar nnd strongly
moral trains of his character, which
gave coloring to tho whole touor of liis
siugularly dramatic public career,
making him for a long period, to n
largo portion of his countrymen, the
object ot as deep ami passionato n lios
tility as to another ho was one of en
luusiastio admiration, mid vvniou are
not tho less the cause that now unites all
those parties so widely tliflerinir in
common sorrow to-day over hN lifeless
Jiut hero let mo do tins great man
tho justice, which amid the excite
mcuts of the crcat strutT'-lo between
tho sections, uw past, I may have bceu
disposed to deny him. In his fiery
zeal, his earnest warfare against wrong
as ho viewed it, there ontorcd uo en
during personal animosity against the
men wnoso lot it was to bo born to tnc
svstcm which hu denounced. It has
been the kindness and n-nipatiiv which
iu thcj'e later years he had displayed
tnwnnU tho impoverished and sullcr-
iug people of the Southern States, that
has unveiled to mo the generous and
tender heart winch beat beneath tho bo
soin of the zealot, and has forced me to
yiold li nil tho tribute of my respect
might even say my admiration. .Nor
iu tho manifestation of this has there
been anything which a proud or sensi
tive people, smarting under a sonso of
recent discomfiture and pre.-cnt sutler
ing.miaht not frankly accept, or which
would (jive thorn just cause to suspcot
its hinccnty. tor though ho raised
his voice, as toou as lie believed the
momentous issues of this great military
conflict weio decided, on bclmlt ol am
thoroughly discussed before the post 6ty lo 1,10 vanquished, nnd though ho
nflico mmmUt i i " it" i 1" stood ready to wclconio back as broth
othec committee by W H.nekely, rcatttWl8ll in lhulr riht8 as
i., i rcsiucut ot the l'luladelhia & -ii,, il.oso ho,e valor had Koiica
Baltimore railroad company on behalf "von asunder the Union which ho
of the companies. Simi.ln inoti loved, he always insisted that tho most
from the wat,unfii. l....:-..--...; nmP'? !"?ction
ind the largest safe
should bo thrown arounu tho
liberties of thu newly enfranchised
African race. Though ho know very
well that ol his conquered lellow-citi
zens ot the aouth by lar tho larger por
tiou oven those who niost:hoartily o
nuiosccd iu ami ucMrcu mo nooiiiioii
of hlavcry eriously questioned tho
cxpcdicucv of investing in a single
day and without any picinninaiy tutel
agu so vast u body ol incxpenoiiced
and uuinstructcd men with the full
lith of citizenship mid suifrago, he
no halt measures upon
evcrvthin,. .. ... ...i.:::r 'm. u rr ,u """ .BU il " in lxr-
t ..tt...T.i -",u,u-rur no par- tanily a gracious act towards the
otK,,.?; d.r '"P challenged the South though it unhappily jarred upon
Bachem n'M IVi." ".F"1?1?- lMrlllll! ftsusibilitlea of the people at the
deulv found lii, 1 ?.' ol'lcl" c,ltl t"0 -utou to propose to
ucuiy lounu luni eoMdravfu lur tholor,.n iv,,n n,n i.n.,,,..... V . i
ntnl ir.r i. . 1 -" "
uemands congressional action so
that wo may not be deprived of the great
advantages of tho postal can.
icw Urlcans has hud another affair
ot honor nearly as laughablo as tho col-
-vu.-uaic iigtn ol a lew weeks since
i wo petty tradesmen quarrelled over
'fie priCO of tea. nt inohiBSes. nr unmr..
tUIUg. Ofnnnr.n i(
apd considerate course towardi the
roplo with whom I am idontlficd. If
did not yicld'to that impulse, it wan
becauso tho thoiiL'ht occurred to me
that other days were coming in which
such a demonstration might bo appro-
priatc and less liable to misconstruc
tion. Suddenly and without premoni
tion a day has come at last to which
thcro is no to-morrow. My regret is
therefore intensified by tho thought
that I failed to speak to him out of the
fullness of my heart while there was
yet time. How often is it that death
brings unavailingly back to our romcm
bronco opportunities unimproved, in
which the generous overtures prompted
by tho heart romain unofTered, the
frank avowals which rise to the lips
remain unspoken, and the injustice and
wrong with which oonoicueo reproach
oil us remain unrepaired. Charles
Sumner iu life believed that all occa
sion for strife nnd distrust between the
iSorth and South had passed away, and
there no longer remained any cause for
continued estrangement botweon those
two sections ol our common country.
Aro thcro not many ot us who be
lieve the saino thing? Is not that the
common scutimcut, or if not ought it
not to bo, of tho great mass oi ourpco
plo North and South? Bound to each
other by n common constitution, des
tined to live togothor under & common
government, lormiug unitedly but a
single member of the great family
ot nationSjShall wo now tit last endeavor
to greet each other onco more in heart,
as wo arc nlrcady indissolubly linked to
each other in fortunes? Shall wo not,
whilst honoring the memory of this
great champion of human liberty, this
feeling sympathizer with human sorrow,
this earnest pleader for the exercise of
human tenderness and heavenly chart
ty, lay usido the concealments which
servo only to pcrpetuato misuuder
standings mid distrust, and frankly
confess that on both sides wo most ear
nestly desired to bo one, one not mcro
ly in political organization, one not
merely in identity of constitution, one
not merely in community of lauguago
and literature and tradition and coun
try, but more nnd bettor than all that,
one also in feeling and iu heart? Am
1 mistake!! in this? Do the conceal
mcuts of whioh I spcalc still cover ani
mosities which neither timo nor march
of ovcuts has yet sufiicetT.to subdue?
I cannot believe it. Since I have bceu
here 1 havo scrutinized your senti
ments, us cxpres.-cd not morcly in pub
lie debate, but iu tho abandon of per
soiial confidence. I know well the
sentiments of my Southern friends
whose hearts arc so enfolded that the
feeling of each is the fcoliug of nil
and 1 sec on both sidc3 only a seeming
of a constraint which each nppeareutly
hesitates to tlismiss. The faouth, pros
trato, exhausted, drained of her life
blood 03 well as of material rcsourcos,
still honorablo and true, accepts the
award of bloody arbitrament without
reservation, resolutely determined, to
abide the result with chivalrous fideli
ty. Yet if as struck dumb by tho mag
ultudo of her reverses, she sutlers on
iu cilcucc. Tho North, exultant in her
triumph and elated by successes, still
cherishes, as wo nro assured, a heart
full of magnanimous emotions townrd
her disarmed, discomfited antagonists
nud yet, as it uudcr some mysterious
spell, her words and acts aro words and
acts of suspicion and distrust. Would
that tho bnirit of tho illustrious dead
whom wo lament to-day could spoak
from tho grave to both parties to this.
deplorable- discord, in tones whioh
should reach each and every heart
throughout this broad territory. My
coiintrymen,kiiow ono another, and you
will love ono nnotXer.
Ami Dealer lu
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
15T1 will H'll In rarln.nl lots at muuulac-
tore ra prh'es, adHnK freight.
BJo. SO Olxlo Xievooi
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON,
(Sueceiwr to John 1). 1'lillhf ,)
MEAL, BRAN, &c.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powdtr Company.
.Olt. TENTH ST. OIIIOLKVKK,
N. II. ThUtlcwooil. 1. .1. ThUtlcwood
THISTLEWOOD Sl CO.
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay,
N. ;h OHIO I.EVKB,
Jobbers and Retailers of
t Medicines, l'orfuinery, Soups, brushes,
, jjniccist s I'nncy uootls. U her W h U
Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes
Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tube Colors, Dvc
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Solicit correspondence and order from nriiciriiia. ll,v.i,.i alia flni.f..t UAA.
. , l .. . . . . i . . t n . J . ....... n.t.. ii . 1 1 .:iu. bp
iiinBuvui iuuu iu uui j.iiio. oii-uiuijoiu, i-ianiaiiiiii anu r am y iled e no cacu turn
tjlicJ or Jlclllled with Kellitblo Drug! nt Itcmonnl.lo Hates. -"'liiio can. uirn
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
74 Ohio Levee,
RETAIL & I'REiCRll'TlON.
Washington t. cm; Hlhtli St.
MILLER. & PARKER,-
FLOUH, COUN, OATS, HAY, &c.
Agents for Fairbank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
PARKER. & AXLEY.
Corner of Hth Mreet and Watlilugtou Are.
STRATTON Sl BIRD
Agents American Powder Company,
S7 OHIO JiJU'JCK, CMIKO.
50 Ohio Levee - - CAIBO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor
The Planter's House is located on Ohio I.ctco Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LAiDfNGS
auu in ine center oi mo iiusiness l oriion oi tlio tity. ino House is new
nd complete in all its appointments. The rooms, aro larue mid airy, besides
being elegantly furnished and carpeted. Cluusts will receive courteous treat
ment and the best of accommodation.
Transient Guests $2 per Day. Day Hoarders 20 per Month.
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day and Night.
(Late Proprieter of the St. Nicholas Hotel;
Buy become Superintendent of thu
lOr CaCll tn,rn, .,.,. .I , I. Jni
tl,n lu" vacam wans oi jiIith ol cittzci
M lilnA' Ul;P0,a.tcrs denounclnK both wold tolerate i
ird? V.ar8' ". tl'iovcs, a point to him
uum muruinrn init I . ....
fight. men he found hiin.dr w h- E," '. "! t?. . T.l 111
..ml II. . 1 . . OD lUIUMl. UO III
uui. niuur (ixourc, bo causL'U tllC nrrortt
oi DOtu niiuhou ana, ins opponent, lr.
oou. Jivon. tins would not satisfy
Honor, Ttie parties had to hirlit. Ac-
cording-, a remote place in Mississip. on
pi, Toulinc, -lfl miles from Sew Or- Hrcs
leans, was etiosen and thcro the two
raging tradesmen fought for hcnor.Mr.
Uachemiu receiving a frcsh-wond iu
the hip. It became evident, however,
that some body had cudevorcd to pro
tcot himself, for after the Crst bhut a
party, headed by the Sheriff. Ki,rrn.
ded tho party and arrested thoni all
principals, seconds ajid roportcrs. 'ot
course, no Mississippi sheriff would in-tcrftre-in'd1
duel without being well
pia lor it. irovious efforts to avoid
preformation point to Mr. JJacheiiiiu,
the valiant corner grocor, as flic hero
of this threadbare stratagem. From
South L rapid degenerating to its
proper UtcI farce.
ulil bo ni
. .... a -
garaua as assailing tho pride aud
wounding tho hciiMbilitics of the
Southern people. That proiio.ial will
never lie lorgottuu by that people im
From the Sprlngllild, iiaH Iteimbiican.
Certain people of our acquaintance
are new tired of wondering at (Icucr
al Butler's pluck, shrewdness, audacity
prodigioua faculty for hard work, the
number of cases he trios, aud bigness of
..a II... .11 l
"iu uiiuiu ill L ar ra
iivus iu uio niomorj ui man.
Hut while it touched tho heart of
the South aud elicited her nrofonml
gratitude, her people would not have
asked lroiu tlio jurtlt ueli an net of
self renunciation. (Joucioiis that they
themselves were animated by devotion
to constitutional liberties and that the
bnchtcft pages of history nre replete
wuji mo oviuenco ot tno doptli and sin
cerity ol thut ilovotion, thoy can but
chorion recollections ot battles fought
aud victories won in dofensu of their
hopeless cause, aud i canceling, na all
true nnd brave men must rc-pect, tho
martial spirit with which tho men of
tho Worth vindicated the integrity of
tho Union, and thoir devotion to tho
principles of human licedom, thov do
not ask-, they do not wish tho Jforth
to ctruo uiomcutocs of heroism and
victory from either the records or tho
wouuwents or tho buttlo-ilugs. Thoy
would rather that both soetions ghmilil
gather up tfwglorio won by taoh sec-
nun, noi envious, imt proud ol oacl
uuicr, aim regard Ilium as a common
L'il'S IX. AOAIN 11ALH AND
n.oltcr tn tli (inrlnulleld Itvnuljliraii.l
lie has gone back Into his better
days by a quarter of a century. His
bearing is very uptight and nluiost
youthful ; his ehcoks aro rosy ; his
eyes nro full of brightness whioh is
strikingly tct off with his silver hair
his voico is sonorous, nnd would reach
far boyoud the Obelisk if nt Master he
would again step ou St. Peter's balco
ny and bcMow his solemn benediotien
His nnpetite is very great, and his dir
I'oidiou perfect. Almost every day ho
goes down for long walks into tho Va
tican gardens and yesterday ho was
sauntering about without a cloak, just
as in hiH chamber, and with no other
garment than his white robe. He
walked fust nnd briskly, without the
aid of a stick, hu cardinals following
nun wun iiiuicuitv. llo las novcr
t 11 n ...
uitu po juynus, so uui oi couiiuenco in
tho approaching restoration of the tem
poral power, llo is incessantly jesting
ins uiiiivorsniion sparkles witli minis
and cranks and repartees ; but hu is al
ways somewhat harsh with his pielates,
wiioni no pcoiu.s Fovurciy, ami especial
i i ... li . V i "...
ly wun --iiiiunuiii, wnom ne either
scolds or turns into ridicule.
COFFEY, HA1UUSON & CO.,
(SnceeBor to I), llurd A Bon.)
rf.OUB,OHAlM AMD II AT.
No G3 Ohio Lctoo, OAIRO. ILLS.
BEMI8, BRO. & CO.
HOME COTTON MILLS,
30 Ohio Levee,
J. M. PHILLIPS,
l'reprcpared to forward all kinds of
Freight to all points.
DGTHiuliieko uttpiidcd to promptly.
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Mr. Walker having taken charge of this old and well-known houso, will at
onco give it a thorough renovating, and put it in first-class order for the recep
tion guests. Mr. Walker will welcome his old customers to tho new houe, and
will always be glad to see them.
First-class Day Board $20 por Monti 1.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
A xnUloui orudor. up on South
Iimci toll her huiband'i wlilokuu,
it 11 1
my! ilio'll razor rumpus with liU board
tlio next umti.l.o cumea homo vritli It on :
nobody it Koinn to comu ttrouml tint home
beorua. rba whipped ono or tlio boyi bo-
cauiu ino unw mm wiiiik arnunu tlio cor-
4U.. - J .1 - . ...
nor ui mu uounf, nun man linn mm up
In tho clnret, bocauie lie winod ndout It.
Tho other night her lmbnit ofl'ercd to
aupportnr, nnd ilio mul lie il hotter lot tier
catch him nt it. Hlio 11 breitk up thil
KUV.znnK It it uv hur at laorhnadi with
overy mombor ol tho iitinily, TUkt'f
the kind ol a man thu it.
NKW YORK STOilK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
liaaan VAaiiTT itok h run oitt
(1. O. PATfKII
C.W. DUNNING, M.T.
KKS10KNCE corner Mnltt and Walnut
Street. Office corner HUtb street and
Ohio levee. OlMi-e hour ItomO u. m.,to
Yi ui., cd H p, iu
Oaeensware, China, (iiasawaro, Hock,
enliara and Yellow Ware. Stoneware,
China Ornaments and Toys, Fancy
tioods, rlatcdwarc, Tablo nnd
l'ockut Cutlery, Lamps, J.nnp
Chimneys, Lamp Trimmings,
Looking Glasses, etc.
Iu fact every kind of goods belonging to a
D IMl wlUMi
For tbo next kixty days 1 will offer tho
above goids ut und below cot, for cash only.
The gooili mutt be cold to close tho concern.
Clow.- buyers nre efpcclally invited, cither to
come and see for tUpinsolvcs or nciid thoir
order', In either esse J gunrautcc sutUfactlon
,T, T. THOMAS.
Assignee of I'nion, Davis & fo.
Caluo, III., April 15, 1874.
SOOT & SHOE
8th strrct, next door to llrlitol Jt Sllllwell,
Vino HooU and Shoes Made to order on
Hluirt notice, of the belt French und Ainerl
can Mock, and lit and atlifucllon (;unrun
tfd, Tr) blm. 7 4-14-tl'.
1)11. WM. HALL'S
THE OHKAT AM Kill DAK CON-SUMl'TIVKllEMKDY
Conbiiinptlon It NOT on Incurable dUoakc.
l'liVBijlans afciiro us tills luct. It Is only
uecoiBarir to huvo the night Jtemudy, and
mu luinuiu iiiuiauy can ue coniUCreu.
Hall's Balsam Is this Remedy.
It breakd up tlio nlitbt swcatn.rcllovet tbo'
oimresslve tluhtnvHtf hitiu. ih in
hcnls tho larcorated and excoriated Mirfucei
wiueu uioHiiom oi tno uisotiie proUiicot.
AVIUM: LIFE lasts tiikuk is unw
It may not bo too lata to effect a euro even
alter the iloctorn havo i;lven you up
Hall h lUlaam In gold everywhere, nnd
may nu uaci hi wuoiefulo ol the rronrUtors
Jon llcnry Curr.ni Co., at their
jtrem .licuicine arcnousc, R and tl College
l'Hco, New York, l'rlee $1 per bottle.
Jiiiim naiam li alio a sure remedy for
Coughs, Cold, J'heuinona. llroiipbittl".
Aitlima, Spitting of lllood, Croup, Whoop-
wuu.t, nml ubucr tipr:iiuw oi tuo rot-
Also rroprletors of Hcovlll'n lllood and
i.iver syrup.uariiollu snlve.KUoy'n Troches
Oxygenated llitturs, AtoU'n Liver I'llls. &c.
JOHN F. HKNKV, CUKItAN .V CO ,
, ,?nl,.aU ColleB! I'lacn, New York.
D li IBS Q B E
Btreut, botweon Washington und
Buy the World-Renowned
Shm Sewii Macbino
THE BEST IHTHEWORLD
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
Georgia State Fair ;
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All-other Machines in the
Market were in direct
tdET For Hemming,, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or heaug Goods, it is
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Needles for all Sewing
Machines for Sale.
Old Machines taken in Exchange.
Send for Circulars, Price
List, &c, and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to Sewing Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Wilson Sewing Machine Co.;
Comer State St,
Themeit Jtenovmul Sptclalut of thtAgi.lnth-t
trtatmtnt of PRIVATE, C1IROXW and USI
XAKV DISEASES, SEMINAL WEAKNESS,
nt mll s( ,uj MlKretkmi or cttr cauua, (w4iulM
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