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THE BUMnKIl HUIUU.!,
Washington D C April, 28 1874.
1 Yesterday being set apart
for the delivery of tho cu-
logns on the la to Bcnator Hiruncr,
the Senate, galleries were filled at
r T'ery'early hour principally by ladies
and 'for a wonder but very few colored
The eulogies vfcre, short impressive
and generally well delivered ; there
s almost entire absonco of ful
some praise, so general on occasions of
this kind, a fair estimate of Sum
ner character being given ; the orators,
no doubt, feeling that there was enough
of greatness in the dead Senator toper
mil a mention of his defects OTcr which
they threw tho mantle of charity and
all the more exUltod his virtues. Tho
bouse was crowded to excess there be
ting more, negroes prcsont than in the
Senate. The' speech" of tho day in the
House was that of Hon. L. Q. C. La-
A mar, ot Mississippi, who spoke in tones
grandly oloquont of Mr. Sumner, ami
in tho course of hi" uarks referrad
to HI magnanimous act in tho interest
of peace with regard to striking the
names of the battles in the late war
' -'from flags" and suggested) that tho
North and tho South gather up the
battlo flags of both sides, and claim
Hi? them as a oommou heritage of u com.
mon country. This graud idea was re
ceived with applause there 'uciug no
one except the dickering politiuus ou
one hand who live on the bitterness en-
gendered by tho war or those who uct
er smelt powder on tho other who do
not feci tho wisdom of this suggestion
..and its accomplishment would find the
heartiest endorsement from those who
had periled their lives in fighting Air
what they believed to bo rfclit ami
which Las been 'determined by tlio iir
bitramcnt of tho swerd.
KOT TKT HI I'll POlt HKVOI.T.
Tho infuriated radical iullatioui.sts
aronotquito ripe for revolt just yet
bo u senator Xiogan purposes going
for the presidont s scalp as ho threat
ens he will havo to do it single
handed, for Morton doe uot purpose
plaoing himself cntiroly out in the
cold, while Conkling, who has played
( his cards quitoi dextrously, is onjoyr
ing the sunlight of executive favor and
making 'points for himself in tho next
presidential contest. Tho threats of
the inflationists aro fewer in number
And quieter in tone than a fow days
go. Thoy now indulgo in nods,
shrugs and surmisos as to tho disinte
gration of parties and tho power that
they will possess in the next house
They are very wisoly waiting to see
what will turn up, and will no doubt
assist in forming a bill that will meot
the views of the president, and leave
the breaking up of their party to the
natural course of events which event
is at present so largely foreshadowed.
A TIIinD TABTr.
There is quite a number of proml
- Beat gentlemen here who uro disgusted
with tho republican party consider
ing it effete and dying, anil who aro
not pleased with the democrats ou ac
count of their disinclination to vote as
a party for inflation or for tho wants of
the grangers although on the latter
question they have not been closely
put to tho test. The idea is suggested
of forming a third party incorporating
these two principles with some others
and it is claimed that a clean sweep of
the country can bo made. In view of
the divisions in both tho great polit
ical parties on the question of fiuunee
and inUrnat imnroveuionts ilmr i
felling what may not happon, but thin
muenwemay depend on Uraut will
unu up radical rulo ana a better condi
tioa of affairs will bo inaugurated ; l
reign of corruption; profligation, nc
!petiera and disregard of the pcoplo'i
. j. i"8llb,w',, CCM0 llie era of ohristian
statesmen will bo over, and there wil
x to a return to old-time honesty and
sconomy, after the purification now
"J eommseeing has been completed. This
.BMJ eeeiq sanguinelv absurd, but wlcn
we eee radieal congress frightened
'-UUeeeaomj aad an attempted reform
i ef aleesi'b7'ithpeoplc' angor, wo
j -may iaeVeeV iMitlge m hope of a good
Q KANT ON THI FINANCES,
The president no longer hide him
hclf in his shell of, reserve, but talks
quite as filMy on the question of
fiuatiee as .he cs lionso. IIo believos
that a finance- till, such as he can sign,
will bo.frnr.d and that as, tie subject
had already been thoroughly discussed,
he did not think it would take much
time to ogreo ou a bill, His action on
the veto was 'based ubon the good of
tho whole country, and permanent
prosperity? -IIo, had no fears of .cri
ous pa'rly divisions on the financial
qucstiou, as the policy of the republi
can party was never to admit the pos
sibility of repudiation, and now after
tho strain of tho war was over, it was
no time to countenance any measure
ot looking towards resumption. IIo
thinks that in three years, even with
out additional legislation, lie would be
able to approximate special payment.".
Tho original kcnato bill, whhih pro
vided for free banking and redemption
would have been satisfactory to him.
IIo speaks very hopefully that is, a
great deal more than tho people feel
well, I suppouo we all should if wc were
getting $50,000 a year salary.
the new rnoi'osmox.
Tho bill not bo hit' matured by tlio
Senate Finance committco'will contain
among its more important provisions
free banking and redemption. The
free bauking section will provide for a
retirement of forty per cent of legal
tenders in proportion iw the banking is
diminished to $300,000,000. It it
thought that specio resumption will &o
fixed at four years hence. The House
ennency bill will not be reported as
the Houso will in nil probability accept
tho new bill including free binking.
There will bo somewhat of a muab-
bio over the veto mcssago which Seua-
Mortor will try to get up to day
which Senator Oontling will oppose as
he tliiuks that every day will strength
en the president whose especial nisiith
picco he is on this qucstiou. He has
prepared an elaborate speech in defence
of the veto. If he had sncHt half as
much time on aspeechagaiust the bill it
would uot havo passed, but then he
would not have placed Morton, his ri
val for presidential smiles, no com
pletely out of the way ns he has by
tho present condition of things.
ANOTHER MOtKTV EX l'OKl'HK.
The ways and means committee had
a number of Philadelphia moiety vic
tims before them yesterday and they
dolefully told how thoy were bled by
tho moiety system, .las K. Colwell
jcwolor, paid special agent Jaync "0,
000 to sottlu a ease in which there was
no intent to defraud.
li Ou.LKm uooociln in litiwilir lllU VetO
message postponed the Louisiana capo
will then como np us unfinished busi
ncss when it is expected a motion will
be made and carried to lay it on the
table which will t-cttlu that question
for good as it will havo a long rest.
SKKTOIJ OF WILLIAM
William B. Washburn, tho ccntle
niau who hasbecu elected senator of tho
United btates from Massachusetts, is
the governor of the state which has
chosen, after a long, serious and com
bative struggle, to give him tho best.
gut that the old Jiay state can possibly
confer to fill tho chair of Charles
Sumner. Thrco timed this gentleman
was governor of Masaschuetts, and it
may bo said that lie lias filled ncatlv
every political office of worth and con
sideration in the choice ot tlio people
oftheHtatc. On tho 'list of January.
1820, William 11. Washburn was born
in tho town of AVinclicndoii, Mass.
Preparatory to entering college his
studies were pursued at tho (iroton
academy, and lie graduated from tlio
university of Yalo with honors in the
year 18-14, being then in his early
frimo of lifo twenty-four years of ago.
lo was a business man, and is to this
day engaged in and interested iu man
ufactures. Doing left an orphan at an
early ago his youth was one earnest
and persistent strugglo for an educa
tion and a livelihood. Ho has resided
for many years in Greonfiold, Jlass.,
and was fur a lengthened term presi
dent of tho Greenfield bank. In 1850
Mr. Wasnburn entered political lifo,
and four years later ho was sent to
tho general assembly fMassachnsotts.
In 185G, liko all young and brilliant
men ot his time, ho was swept into the
the tide and became an ardcut repub
Senator Washburn was elected for
tho first timo to comgrcss. in 18(12, aud
then he was three times re-elected. In
1871 Mr. Washburn left his neat in
congress to beconio governor of the
commonwealth of Massachusetts, de
feating (Jen. lsutlcr for the republican
nomination. In the memorial contest
with Geu. U. IT. Butler last year tho
.tt . ... ...
nuujm or mis sketch was again nom-
lumeu, uun, oi eoarso, elected. 1'er-
buii.uj oouaior wasiniurii has a lino
nppcaraucc bread brow, and wido
firm mouth, which is characteristic ot
f.'l? Washburns. In prWato and pub
lie life he bears a htaiuU.Hn reputation
among the citizens of his itato.
A WOMAN'S HBVKNdB.
rem la Democrat.!
The following dispatch was tent from
Des Moines, Iowa, under dato of the
Officers wcro in the city yesterday
iu fccarch of Wm. Olcott, a printer,
who, it is suspected, is couneotcd with
tho murder of F. W. Unrig, atDavea.
port in 180(5. He has been suspected
since tbo murdor, but nothing positive
could bo established. It is supposed
that rcecul doVrlopemcnts havo war
ranted his arrcftl. Olcolt kit this city
sororal uioatliH ago, and watlnxf hoard
from iii La'-JSalld, " Illinois.
Other rumors of tho same nature
havo been in circulation, nn going fo
far as to state that tlio wife of Mr. Ol
colt was under arrest, which is utterly
false. The most n'ngular feature of
Hitch rumors, is" tho fact that Mr. 01
cott is a well-known printer, and has
been at work in tho various newspaper
offices In this and that section of tho
country during tho entire timo nincc
that murder was committed, and has
been ready and willing to meet tho
charges preferred against him, well
knowing Ins ability to prove Ins inno
Mr. Olcott is now at work in this
office, and wc nrc authorized to state to
nny officer of tho law that they can
hud lum lie re at any time, and linu
him able to prove his whereabouts on
the eventful night, and to show that it
was utterly impossible for him to have
had a hand in the bloody deed, lie
also states that tho rumor wa started
by a Miss Oinnis, formerly of Daven
port, Iown,but nowof Tolcdo.Ohio, who
was once n "sweetheart" of his, but is
now an ancmy on ncenuiit of disap
pointment in "love uliairs," and no
lias every reason to believe that she
has started this rumor for the sole pur
poe of L'ratifvinc her revenue at the
risk of his life. IIo is ready to meet
his accusers nt any timo before the
I take pleasure in calling
tho attention of tlio public to
my fesh nml full stock of
new .and elegant Furniture, at
uny Jburnmu'G ami Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave
nue. Mv stock embraces
Bedsteads, Wadrobcs, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gics, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my lino.
This being the only manu
factory of 'Furniture in this
city, I propose offering better
?oods at lower prices, and
have made a large redxtioa
in the price? o! ali my goods.
OaJ1 r..d examine my stock
And secure an outfit of choice
Furniture To tho wholesale
trade I oiler special induce
ments. Note the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avonue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesale aud I'ctail Dealer iu Fur
niture and Matrasses.
Vim ml Hatch SI. le
OITY NATIONAL. BANK, OAIHO
A. li. SAKrottD. lreitaent;
B. H. TAYLOB, Vtoo-rrealdenf,
H. in'SLOP, Seoretarr and Treasurer
f. H, lluutli Out. Gaxjbkib,
F. 11. UlDCIIllll, AVL G. Bcxcu,
K. 11. 00li, 11. P. llllXIDAT,
J. M. PaiLun.
Depart f mmr AmomS Mt v4 f rmm
Tea OeaM Dstwartfa.
TNTKHKST Mid on deooilU M the rate of ill
J. ptroeal. par annum. Marah lit and BpUm
ntt lat, Intareat not wlibdrawn ti addtd lant.
llaUlf tolha pnnolpal of the depoilW, liretJ
(iTinK them oompound Inlered.
MAIBJXD WOUIH XVO OniLDBBH MAT
o tan no on iui ou baw it,
Ooen TrT builDem dT from a.m. to S u.m..
and aturdT eTr..u for HAVINO IUCPOHl'lt
00I7, from C io I o olook.
auvu w. uinuuri ireeiurer.
THE OITY NATIONAL
lltlHIl, I LI. I Nil in
Wi r. lULI.IIUY, 1-rutt.leai:
II K.N II V I,. 1U1.UIMY, Vmd.ftxUeai
k. U.UAKPOHD, Oublet;
wiirKR Hiai.Of, i.-ihim d,Li.r'
Ullkr i. UAU.III4I, W. 1'. UlXLIbK,
Uto. 1). Wuuiaao, btaraM Uiku
a. o. oirruas.
BxcbaKC, Cola mma Unttea
ttoalla BtoDSIkM lutd Hole,
DEPOHITH reoelreu, ud nertl Uaklu
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
li. W. Millbh, I'reitdant.
J. U. I'm mm. Vlee-Pretldsnt.
Ctias. CifNNiNuiUM, t'Mhier.
aoiiiiBtrnoNb i'uouftly madb.
EXCUiNOJt, 001. twk note aed UntUS
HUIm awmrU'M bouabt m aoM.
r uui, iim iui Diml(a
! WBtatiiiArrCT. 1 ?T?rmli m - W Isi
l. I). Matlmt W, O. L'M
MATHU68 eV UHL,
FLU UK, GRAIN, HAY AND
Onto Lkvbp., Cairo. It.r.s
Ami Denier In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac
XVI will idl In cur load loti at iintDiilao
lurcrii prices, ailllngfrHglit
ISXo. (JO Olilo Xieveei
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON,
(Sijii'or to .John II. l'lillln,)-
FORVV. i?HIG MERCHANTS,
MEAL, BRAN, &c.
Agenla for Laflin ft Hand Powder Company.
r.OU. TPA'TH ST. ft OHIO l.KVKK.
X. n. Thlitlewood. P. J. ThMlewooii
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay, Ac.
Sm. T8 OHIO I.EVEE,
MILLER & PARKER.
VLOUK, CORN, OATS, 11XY, Ac.
Agents for Fairbanks Scales.
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
PARKER 8l AXLEY.
Comor of Mi Street and WathlnKtoa Are.
AV. Sirattou. T. IHi-d.
STRATTON & BIRD
Agent American Powder Company,
e? OHIO ZBVJBS, CHlltO.
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO..
(Successors to I). Hurd A Bon.)
IXOlIB.aMAIH ANB HAY.
No 63 Ohio LTe, CAIRO, 1XLH.
BEMIS, BRO. & CO.
HOMU COTTON iMILI.a,
at) Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ilia.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Preprepared to forward all kiuiis of
Freight to all points.
tarUuilnem attended to jirouiptly.
NEW YORK BTOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
tlMBST TAUBTT ST0SS ISI THI CITT
UOODU HOLD VKY OLOUK.
O. O. FATIXII
WILLIAM R. eSMITII, M. 1).
ItKS'DKKOE-No. 21, TlilrteeulU slreet,
bttweiu WaihliiKton aveaue and Walnut
) true 1. Odli'e 1-ju couiniirclal aveau, uu
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MS "'bbbV Simtm ill
Chemicals, Patent Medicines.
Toilett Articles, Drupgist's Fancy Goods, Collier White
Lead and Other Grades, Taints, Colors, Oils, Varnishe,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tube Color. Dve
Stuti's, Etc., Etc., Etc.
W. UA1tAl. .1... , . .... ....... ...
oiiiiui tuiiirfuuinni sun muni
u wjutor Oood.ln oiir J.lno. Sti-.tinl.oat.
UUed or Kedlled wltu Jtellatilo Dntiji at lti
WHOLESALE & 11ETAIL, RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION,
74 Ohio Levee. Wuslilngton Are. for. Klirhlh St.
50 Ohio Levee - - CAIRO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
The Planter's IIoue i located (in Ohio Lcycc Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS ATO STEAMBOT LAiN DINGS
And in the Center of the Business Portiou of the City. The House ia new
and complete in all its appointments The rooms, are laree aud air v. heaides
uciug Bicgauuy luruunuu uau carpeiou. uuelt will receive courlentis treat
ment and the best of accommodation.
Transient Guests 2 per Day. Day Hoarders $20 or Month.
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day ana Night.
NE W HOTEL
HARRY WALK ER
(Late Proprietor of the St. Nicholas Hotel)
Has become .Superintendent of;thc
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Jlr. Walker having taken charce
vuvo u iu a iuu.uugii luuuvaiui, anu piu it ia iirsi-cias.s order lor the recep
tion guests. Mr. Walker will welcome his old customers to the new hou and
will aTnravia m in caa (liAtti '
ltfit 1 I. ... I. i ! 1
First-class Day Board $20 per Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
Assignees SaleL, wm. hamb
OF I O
Oneensware, China, (Jliisfuvurc, Jtotk-
eubam and Yellow AVnre, Stoucivure,
Cblna Ornameutsand Toys, Fumy
Goods, Flatedwarc, Tnltlo uml
Pocket Cutlery, Lamps, Laup
Ioklne UlasseH, etc.
In fact every kind of kooiU liclnuuliur to a
QUEEJSTSW A RE
For tUe next tixty (layn I will oiler tint
above xonU ut anil below cost, for casb only.
The goods inuit be sold to cloio tbu concern.
Cloaa buvcra aro especially Invited, either to
coma anil tee for themselves or send tholr
order), In either cm Iguarunteo nutlafuctlon
I. T. IIIOAH.H.
Anlgnee ofl'arwn, DaUs A vo,
Caluo, III., April ID, 1874.
lie ween Sixth and Seventh Street, Cairo
T. II. ELLIS. IToprletor.
The New Arlington iiotita in now onen
(or tba reception of uueHs, Tins lioiue U
located In tue heart ot the tiuslnen portion
ot the city, and convenient to bteanibon.
laadlnga and railroad depoti. Good muple
roorua for commercial aKentu Watch lent
dav and night for boat and tralM.
"vnoLBSA inrvtr; ft NhIV Hfl
Pcrfumorv. Soans. R rnalina
ironi uniKKiii") i nysieiaoi ami firneral Martr
I'Unutlon and Family .Medicine can-i luru.
of this old and well, known linti will ui
a ! a ? . n . . . '
THE OUEAT AMERICAN COX
SUMl'TIVEKEMKDY Coniiunptlon Is .NOT un Incurable disease.
...ii. . v. . . ,i in ii ii 1
iiece.aarr to have the lllght ltewedr, nd
Ihn 4ni'.lila.iila.l. i. f '
........... ui.ii.ui (.an ui euuijiivreu.
Sail's Balsam is this Beaedr.
It breaks up tho night sweat, relievos the
OIinl'HNSlVn t li'lltnn.a ii.,n. il.J I .
uealH thplarcerated and excoriated urlcci
nintu uiDiriium oi me uiseato prodiiuen.
'WIIITiK WW. MHTitiipuic ntv
- m a Aa AltA J..
It tuny uot be too late to effect a cure even
alter thu ilni'lnru Iikv.i ..t... .
JIa 1 i JUlaain I sold everywhere, and
may be had ut wholealoofthc Troprletor.
Jol'i'F. Ilcnry Cunan Jfc Co., at their
V., ,vt arcuoimo, b and 0 Co cue
1 .:N",Vr,Vorlf'. f per bottle. fc
Jlall Jlalsnm Is also a euro leuicdrler
. .V?1""! rne'imona. uronch tt ,
Athuia, Splttlii(fof Jllooil, Croup, Wboop!
iiK Cough, and ull other diiralM ol there,
Also rroprletors"oFficovlll' Hlood and
l.lver Syrup.Carbollc Salve.Kdey'a Troch,
Oxygenated Uitters, Motfi Liver rills. 4c,
. .loiix k. injNitv, ctmitAN a co .
05-MB-wlt fe'e 1,lM!e A'"r Vort
X A X B PBBaSBB
.Ighth Street, betweeu Washington aud
mi 1 iuuivi
r .1 ill I I n I fl
Buy the World-Renowned
SUnUle SewiiiE Macnioe
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
St. Louis Fair; i
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
Georgia State Fair ;
FOR BEING ,
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
For Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or heavy Goods, it is
Where we hare 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 Tor 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 HacMne Co.;
Tfi4 not Smevmti SptHalUt ef A Ag,U M-i
triatmtntorrillYATK, CllROSW aU VHt
Tt iwU tt ntt ladUcrttleM r M&tr cum, tn44u
xiiTois.Mss.rnirLKS ox rba raci, Aviasioat9
sociiTT.mriirio siocrr, uiss or mihost m
kaxuooo rrRL mintlt ccsid. thb caatx or
cipl'alaf lonByBtrr7v7frot, vby. TM IwtlllM"" m
(.KirrlM. ilr wtan. mum Ml tun. Mm M mv
wllallthiMli4bp, li&Ui rMlHiirlKltU,
udlnl Miilitn r aU. tuj llw 4liu tu tmur.
InilMi fi.iljl vllk trlU (ywlu.cU, kMr, tu4.
CuMOtwulml. alUr sm1 mM
EoU. Wood & Oo
Fountains, Vases, Ailmals. IronNUIrs,
I.ainp Posts, Stable i'ltUufi,
CAST, WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
Csnocrtana l.ecturs II alls.
And i Genrral Assortment of Orna
mental Iron Work.
Ktlmates anil ileilirntiaDton aDDllcatton.
tUtliKltie olas ui work Usllrsd.