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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
iy UIXKTC limblMiliry morning
(atTtUoniU?) tnlhenullfUn llulldlng, Of
Mr WubUfton Tmue a Twtlflh ttmt.
Ti Bnirrts.U trvtt io Hr uumtHm w by
frlfeftd nwrlwi ( Twrnty-Vlrt Crau WmV.,
TWwklT. nr Mali. (Inidwirt), 10iwr
saorai li;BotHh, W tnrt montln, 3 one
arcatfc, 1 H.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
ruMUlwd Try ThurwUy mornliiK t ' S3
AMf Matin, laTwUbty lu uUtnct. The Ktne
m ttx Wm1j KlU b prrold t lhl offlte, no
ttxa wWtlbni will obtain It for mtxcrlptiou
pri of 11 ynr.
muslin pasted on tho wall to keep the
pl;itcrlng from falling off. Whcrwit, the
ltudiCiil pre., having loa sotnctlilnij to
grumble At, will feel lo?t.
MoiirtAX, of the Sliawncctown Omellt,
U severe on the people of the Nineteenth
dl'triet. Hear him:
The rcaf-on for tho defeat of Ttiriirp
Mitrfliall was that the Intellectual Mntiu
nf the people of the Nineteenth district U
Tut munv oiner nocuous 01 tno stale, eon
K'rpiently were led by the most unprlticl
pled ganj? of demagogues on eiitth.
Morgan kIiomu go Instantly to work
to rale the Intellectual statu of the
people In bis district. Hoeannot expect
to bring about n rousing iJemoeratlo vic
tory until ho does.
ADVERTISING BATES.
daily.
KiulrxM Ctrl, pw innum W
Om touur, out loMrtion, 1 W
Um quut, two InMrtlou, 1 M
Om tqtur, two wreki, ............ 3 SO
Om Kjuttt, Uiiy wiflu,-.. W
Om fqore, om month, tn
Om ni, on Jnrrtion, 1 00
Mmch bfqofnt InwrtJon, M
tfOa lich In turr.
J-To Ttfaiu ultfrtiMrt Wf offer urlor in
ilnomtntt, both u to rat of ctuu-gri and innn
Mr of dlipUylng thtlr fbTon.
aXotlru la lornl column InMTtcd for Klf
tt CenU pr lice for one Itwrtlon, Twenty
CcbU line for two Insertion, Twenty-Five
tmiM Use for three Innertlont, Thirty-r'he
Csta a lto for one wrek, nd SufDly-Klve
Oaht line for one month,
"distinguished Alabamlan" hat re
ecntly made a speech which U caleulatwd
to make the blood of every Radical In tho
North boll with truly loyal Indignation.
lledemand? that tho United btatea govern
ment shall nay a reasonable compcnsitlon
for all the slaves enfranchised, onebalf
of the money to be paid to the owner or
master and the other half to tho negro
The Idea It expected to become very
popular with the colored Itepubltcans of
the. South. In fact. It was a ltaiucai oi
African descent that proposed It.
A ca-ji: ol "hoodooNm" has ust rotnc:
tn llirlit lu Nashville, 'i'enn. A colored
woman of that place, nine months ago
took a drink ofl'vml her lu a pint eiip l.y
.. "li.mlaeable i-iii-iiy." Tho woman
lias been sick ever since, pains, loss of :ip-
tKitlle, mid other ailments liavlng nr-
llleted her. Last week she became vio
lently sick, and during n severe spell of
vomiting, nhe threw up "a small wad of
negro wool, containing ten pin, the
points and heads so bent toward each
other as to prevent tho points from pierc
ing her flush." She Is now restored to
health, but lias an avcr.-Iou to the game
of "ten-pins," and will drink nomoreout
of the tin cup of an enemy.
OoguaaaioaUona upon oubJeoU of iron
rl lnUroot to the publto solicited.
(9AU letttn thonld be tddreased to
JOHN II. ODKRLY,
President CaLro BolleUn Comiany.
She $all4ttn.
BomdlBf Xt(r on Evrry Pnife.
JOHN H. OBEKLY, Editor.
A counasroNDUNT of the Inltr-Oetan,
who saw King Kalakau, writes that "he
Is Informally dignltled." Some Intelligent
eomposltor will lw setlltiK tliat up "In
ftrntdly dignified" soon.
torlous parly to bear In mind, that true
Democratic principles always secures tho
rlghU of men against the mights of men;
that It guards Hgalnt oppression; that af
ter the Augean stnblo of Radicalism has
been cleansed by the pure stream of re
form, and the triumph over corruption Is
complete, there will be no attempt nortlc-
sire on the part of tho victorious party
to unsettle anything which has been
fixed and determined, or tako from any
human being a tight tested In him by
existing laws. Wo pcopo'o no counter
revolution. While we mean to bo Just,
we are determined nl-o to be liberal In
tho broadest sense of the word. The
faith of the government, no matter by
whom pledged, Is Irrevocable. 'J lie
whole elvlll.ed world knows that the
public credit U so far with us than with
our opponents, and tlits Is shown by the
fact that since the November elections
American securities have risen In every
market. We submit to tho amendments
of tho constitution, though they were
carried by fraud and force, and the two
last were Intended to tako away our in
herltanceof self-irovcrnment and ulve it
to another race of men without right and
without ability t" hold or ue It. Hut we
wilt execute the whole Instrument,
amendments and all, In a way that will
save the rights of the honest white man,
as well us tbo-o of the abolitionist and
the negro."
KNIGHTS BROTHERHOOD.
A I'olillml SliM-lety of t'nlnrril
.Men.
NTOVr.N.
Subscribe for
THE BULIJTI
Spend Your Money
thai ynn "II urt It nit W1. hi unl colld com.
lrl, ny iinwintf it in one in ear
law ti-nl
Evening Star
THE CAIRO
BULLETIN. STOVES
Leading Journal of Southern
Illinois.
, molt forn tinir c it n woi' if.ill Mr
I't. j ant mill 1 nlfuriii llnt Htu
Small Cost of Fuel.
Kkv. Hkkry C. 1'ottkk, rector of
Grace Church, New York city, lias been
elected by the KpNcopal convention for
the diocese of Iowa, at Davenport, ltlsbop
of the diocese, to succeed lltsliop Lee.de-ctased.
Tiirkk bills were introduced lu Congress
on Tuesday to reduce the President's
giry to uie oia ngure, yiriAm per an
num. The general feeling In both par
ties Is In favor of its passage. Grant, It
Is thought, will neither sign nor veto It,
but let It become a law without his signa
ture.
Duiti.va the present sitting of Con
gress, Grant will divide his time as fol
low : the morning, from ten till twelve
o'clock, will be devoted to senators and
represenutlves in Congress ; and ho will
recelra by card from twelve until two
each afternoon, except on cabinet days,
Tuesdays and Vrldayn.
M. Hkck, of Kentucky, introduced a
bill in Congress which whs unanimously
adopted, prohibiting Senators nnd Itcp-resenUtivc-s
from acting as counsel or oth
erwise in suits or proceedings against the
United States. The bill Is intended to
put a stop to the practice of bribing
lawyers in Congress, which, under the
cloak of attorney's fees, lias lecn car
ried on with Impunity.
Col. V. O. ltKnn, of California, U pur
chasing blooded stock In Kentucky for Ibis
Sn Francisco market. Hepiirebasedbur
geldings of Dr.I.uke Dlackburu of Louis
ville, for which lie paid ten thousand dol
lars, and a saddle horse of a gentleman of
Howling Green, for which he paid seven
hundred dollars. For the saddle horse
bewastho next day ottered twenty-six
hundred dollars. Kentucky horsemen,
of that region are in astatcofexcltement.
rrz 1
Titu Republicans in tho lower houe ot
Centres are apart on tho tlnanelal ques
tion, and have no hopes that a party caucus
will assist them to harmonize their views.
The Senate caucus held on Tuesday ev
ening, showed that there was quite as
much diversity of oplnlou among sena
tors now aa there was last session, but a
disposition was evinced to reconcllo the
differences It possible in order to present
a united front In the Senate.
TIIR VIL'KNIIl'HO TKOtllll.KS.
special dispatch to the Louisville
Courier-Journal dated at Washington, the
0th lust., says "the trouble at Vlcksburg
dates us far back ns the municipal elec
tion lu June last. The whites of the city
made a desperate ellort to redeem the
cltv from the corruption that had been
going on there for over fouryears. The ne
groes nominated a ticket composed al
most exclusively of their own race, and
endeavored to carry thcclcctionbyoxtcn-
slve colonization from the country, even
going f-'o far as to band them In military
organizations. The leading negro, who
tills the olllre of chancery clerk, de
clared In a public speech that tho whites
would yet be proud to ally themselves by
marriage with colored men, and that he,
were he not married, coulil easily secure
tor his wife any white belle in tho city.
Hut for a counter military organization
on the nart of tho whites, they would
have been overpowered at this election
by the votes of the country negroes. Th
Irritation produced by their proceedings
was farther aggravated by recent discov
eries that Davenport Cardozo, and Dor
soy, all Ailing Important county ofllces,
had been guilty of forgery and of mutila
ting the publlo records. Theshcrltf, who
was about to receive $1.V),000 of taxes
drawn from an Impoverished people, was
alo found to have only a straw nond. An
anneal was made to the ne-'ro board of
supervisors to order him to make a ffe
bond, but this was refused.
Despairing of any relief from any
source whatever, the whites retolved to
force the resignation of these corrupt of
tlcials; and the negroes rallied by force
also, to prevent it.
It U not doubted that tho application o
Governor Ames, who Is a rancorous en
emy of tho whites, to the President for
troops will l)c promptly honored, and
that government bayonets will oneemore
be ued at the South to secure the ne
groes and Radical thieves lu their caml
val of plunder and oppression.
It Is also believed that the subject will
com up in some way or other lu Con
gres, nnd will probably lead to a debate
in which many of tho Issues of tho la
lreneml election will ln reviewed Tl.u.
are very ilcclilo t...iKnons alo that the
Re publican Congressmen hero pre seri
ously alarmed at the prospect of a large
Southern Democratic vote Tor president
in 18711, and are resolved to take as many
Southern Suites as possible by the throats,
and so reconstruct and annul their State
governments as to tlx their vote two
years heneo to an absolute certainty.
LouUlaua, Arkansas, Alabama, and Ml
slssipl are all believed to bo lu danger
from thesu desperate conspirators. Their
object is to carry the presidential election
whether by lair means or toul ; and to
this end cvcryhilug elo will bo subordinated."
Mi:Ml'ltiH, Dec. 1). Tin' president ofthe
various colored societies in this city have
organized a society called the KulgliU'
llmthcrhood and .Monumental iis.neia
tlon, the objects of which, as set forth In
a lengthy addre?s to the colored people
publfslicil this morning, are to lead them
to discard all old political ties and culti
vate and maintain permanent peace with
the white people ot the South, in accord
ance with the dying words of Thomas
Swan, late president of the tiall-beiuers.
In their preamble and resolutions they
sav :
We are fully aroused to the eonclou
ness that we have been for years the
dupes of eratly, designing and unprinci
pled men, wbo-e only object was their
own personal aggrandizement, Irre-pee-tlvo
of the means or results, to our In
Jury. They have shorn us of our pecu
niary accumulations, the result of weary
years of toll, even to jieiniles accumu
lated by our youth and little lleilgllus.
All this we could bear, but they have b it
u, despised by our only true friends,
tbrn-gh their knavish representations
and unmitigated falsehoods. Our expe
rience in this direction, for which we
have amply paid, Invites a change on our
part. Therefore, invoking the aid of Al
mighty tiod. lu wnn.-e gooiine-s, mercy
and wisdom we trust for our future guld-
inee.we have resolved tliat.eniliracunrtne
honest and truthful advice of our late
friend Thomas Swan, we now ami forever
shake oil' those unwarranted fears that
have been created and have been made to
prey as a bugaboiMipon the minds of our
simple people. o are at tasi eonviiieeu
that they were the fiction of political in
cendiaries, who have saerilleed us and
led us into our present troutiie, ami we
iiledL'c ourselves as rcnesentatlvcs of our
societies henceforth to sever all alllnity
mil nast relations wiin an men wno.
only value resulted In plunder and strife
v e regret mo u uuuncsg oi iue nasi uiai
has alienated the kind feelings of our
true friends, and In our ellort to Improve
the luture we pledge our taiiii mutually
to each other and to whom It may con
cern, that hereafter wn will Mimiin no
man lor dIUci: unless he ho thoroughly
identified with the people of the soil, and
in full and truthful accord with our earn
est desire to cultivate peace, harmony and
industrial value among tne races now
separated hv vile and heinous teaching-,
Lumber Still .'olnc Dunn
As we aro determined to eloe out our
stock speedily, preparatory to winding up
biHiucss,we will sell till kinds ot lumber at
two dolhi'4 per thousand lees than market
tiriccs. A larirc lot ot kith and tovc wood
on hand, which will In sold at corrc-pond
insly low rates. Wall k Ust,
-ii-'.i-u-tt.
I'lIY.NU'IA.VN.
w
ILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
ItESIllKXCE: No 11 Thirteenth ttrtt-l, U
'.ivifit urfilngtim memie uml Wiilnut Mutt
omCC, North ulilc of Khrlith Unit he
tuit-u CuminiTclul uml WailihiKtun uM-inir
0.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
;rs- u
l .M .-1 l
(mV Simnlo in eonstvuetion. oanl
ly niiuiiiKod, ciirofttlly limdo of tho
very beat mntcrmis, niwiiys linn
nrHi-rnto (trnit, mm Kunrnnioou io
givo sntlHfnction ovcrywhoro and
unuorrui circumsinnccH.
ESTABLISHED 1800.
r m ww Nvmir MAnnnMmtAiitint;
I AIK l.l I Y I NFKl Tl NIK!
VJLftA&V VJL 3. A WAUL JUV M JIVllJLlAw J
PHIL. H. SAUP, Proprietor.
Cornor St. and Washington Avo.
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OP CONFECTIONS IN EOYPi
AND IS SELLING- 20 PER CENT. LOWER THAN ANY
HOUSE IN THE TRADE.
r'1.l NO.S I In nut lniv old r.iinllcs tluit Imvi' ixi n k. jpt hki Hip tnniiner nml lire slstc
r io jour wi'igni
I In I i I
imiindi
innn
Lt'l'V lfi) on 'hi I'lfihltilhl nl IMillmlii ml. nr hitf i.iifir.' filtr f
i Ihi' iiitlv .!.n. Ill iilhrn llllniiiswIvivymirHNKila ciniiiilfteMn
Fresh Baltimore Ovsters Pteceivfifl Da,il!
FOIl SALE AT WHLOLESALE OR RETAIL.
DEALEIt IN
MEN'S AND BOY'S
The BuIIofin
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ol the
Hciiiibllean party, nnd refiim to be tram
melled by tho dictation of anycll'iiio la the
Democratic organization.
It believes that the Itcpubllcan party has
fulfilled Us mUsion, and that the Demo
cratic party as now organized should be re
stored to power.
It believes the Unheal tyranny that has
for several years oppressed the South
should be overthrown ami the people of the
Southern .States permitted to control their
own alfairi.
It believes that railroad corporations
should be prohibited by Ic ''Native enact
meats from extorting and unjustly ibicrlin-
Inatln In their lmlne- transactions with
the public..
It recognizes the equality ol all men be
fore the law.
sof 1) lt
Excelsior MnnfiiottirliiK Company,
01S and 014 N. Slain St. St Louin, Mo,
ami nv
CHAS. HENDERSON,
CAIRO, ILLS.
It advocates freo commerce"
revenue only.
tarllf fur
Tut It&dlcal state convention of Ken
lucky to nominate a candidate for gov
i'tnor will bo held on the 17th of Febru
ry, nd the Democratic convention has
been appointed to meet on the Oth ot
My. This datij will probably bechanced
ton earlier one.thcreMng an Imprcsion
among the Democracy that an etlectlvo
canvass cannot be made utiles, the party
hu a candidate In the held earlier than
the date mentioned.
Thb grand Jury visited Twei-dV cell
the other day, but they found no pictures
on the walls, nor carpet on the lloor, nor
any ofthe luxuries which it was reported
Ue noted convict was enjoying. They
&una n ordinary prisoners' room, with
ordinary furniture, and in some places
ir.MIi:.NCi;: Corner Ninth nml Wiilnut
Wwtn.
OFflCKi Corner Sixth ftrot nnd Ohio Ivw.
OKKICK IlOt'US From On in to tllii , uml
A uin'.! toS p in
W. IJLAUW,
Gorman Physician.
Ol'FICK Uti'ler's llliick, (np-stulrs) , corner
KIkIiIIi atmt nnd Wiuhhiiiton uMiiuc
I.AVYi:itS.
'JAMUEL P
1-)
WHEELER,
ittoriioy tit I.iuv.
Jl'IXJi: III.ACK ON TIIK I..VTK VIC-
The Hon. Jere. Hlack, who was In
vited to be present at a banquet hi Phila
delphia in honor ofthe late victories over
Hadlcallsm, wrote a letter declining the
Invitation, which has been extensively
published. .Indgo lllaek wa secretary ol
state under President Huchauan, and U n
Democrat whose democracy made htm
popular two decades ago; ho rejoices
with true Democratic fervor over the late
victories, "declines to express his feelings,
because he cannot do justice to tho sub-.
Jcct," and "thinks it but natural that the
heart ol every patriot should burn within
him when lie saw it rising again, facing
the oppressor with a front as determined
as ever, and denouncing corruption lu
high places with the same mighty voice
which lu former times went over tho laud
like the tones of a trumpet."
Hut he admonishes thu party that tliu
work Is Just begun; that the late vic
tories put only one house of Congress into
the hands of tho Opposition and that a
year must elapse beforo even that Is real
ized; that the permanent triumph must
bo gained in 1870 by a struggle wleh will
prove that It is gained by no degenerate
sous of noble sires, and that a failure
sinks the people Into a servitude worse
even than that of the last dozen years.
A ml here Judge Hlack speaks with ncom
mendftble moderation for one of his pro-
nouneed Democracy. He wants Die vlo
Ol'FICi:. Ohio Iatcv, out room formerly
occupied liy r'lrnt Nutlonul Hunk.
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
JyJ-ULKEY & SON,
AHoi'iic.vn til I.tnv.
Ol'FlCT. KlKhth Slivet, lietwreii Coiniiier
rlul nnd Wn, Illusion mcnueii,
v,U'Uim'Ly i CAIUO. ILLINOIS
QREKN & GILBERT,
Attorney and Counselor
at Imw.
OFFICII. Ohio Ia'Wv, rooms 7 and S mer
City Nutiuuul Hunk,
William II fin i n, )
iViV"";!'1! Ji!!!"'"'! CA1" ILLINOIS.
Mi lea Fred Uillirrt )
C..wlal attention Kiuu Io .ilmlndly sml
steiillilHi.lt llllllieen.
USI'Ni: I'.VINTKIt.
J. H.
ABLE,
Oeneiul
Bouse Fainter
AND
PAPER HANGER.
CORNER TENTH STREET AND
WASHINGTON AV.
TS prepared to do all Llniln of House I'nlntinir.
JL KnleoinlnhiK or WhlU'WUKhliic either In llic
cuy or nurroiiuil uu rnuutrv
aii oratin win uoeht niompl nu ici
ounl ittieutlvu
at ivtutonabh' prj-
Cull suil tit htm.
It advocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest payment of tbc public
debt.
It advocates economy id tho administra
tion of public all'alrs.
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of Cairo, and a variety of Coinmorclal, To.
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deavor to plcaso all tastes and Intercut nil
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CORNER SEVENTH ST.
VV IIITE & OREnit tnUo pleasure In
cnlllntr thu attention of th imbllo to
thn fuct that thoy lire In receipt of u
larKu wuuMsaoilou aiocx or
Staple and Fancy Dry-Goods
Consisting. In part, or a mil lino of
DRESS GOODS
Such aa
silks, Poplins, Porcalos,
Of every description and quality.
STAPLE GOODS
Such aa
IUimh'IkmI and Ilroivn lus
lins,lriulK, Dlntlis,
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Such aa
F.iiihi'ohlfrivN.'fi'i'iitiiiiins
Notions in Great Variety
Hats, Boots, Shoes, &c.
All aro invited to call and examine
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OlDDHlUDIUi
Obstacles to Marriage
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ilfhihlu, I'll on liijtitntlon hiivtnsr h lilah nun
luiion lor imnoiuiiif romiiict mill iiiofmlonul
bhlll.
CLOTHIN
PUIINISUINQ QOODS, MOROCCO LAGS, SiC,
Is now prepared to show one of the most su
purb stocks ever offered in this community
Ho will not be undersold.
SILK HATS A SPECIALTY!
vjuiiuumuu uuairmg nuts oi u pruuisu u
can have the measure 01 their heads taken to
latest fashion and finest stylo.
7Q OTTTO T.Ti:VT51Til fl ATTf.D TT.T.S
PLANTER
HOTEL.
EDMUND HUEFNER, Propriotor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
dations.
A trusty
night.
Delmonico
HOTELandRESTAURAN
Corner Ohio Levee and Sixth Street,
CAIRO, ILLS.
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HAHRY WALKEH, Propriotor.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
T. B. SULLIVAN,
&c.
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
ALSO, A FULL LINE OP
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152 Commorcinl Avonuo, botwoon Ninth anrt Tenth StrcotH,
Cairo, Illinois.
-PARTICULAR NOTICE.
AVo liavo roplonished our Job Printing Oflice with
many fonts of now type and liavo orders out for other
fonts of tho latest popular styles. AVo aro determined
to establish tho reputation of our office for first-class
work, and make our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that wo tlo work at lowor prices than any other of
fice in tho country. Mr. Oborly, admitted to bo ono of
tho best practical job printers West and South, has
assumed porsonal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will endeavor to givp.mitiafnctiou to our
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