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RrMlnir Waller oh i:terr Vngr.
john n. obehlv, Editor.
Ninth week of the Hwchor trlnl.
The OMtritrfmirnnl fays tin "third
term" l becoming infiti'rlalld,orvvonl?
to that cflVct.
- , , -rr: ;
dr.y. Fuaxk P. Hi.aiii Is in a very low
condition and death rvgnrdcd n al
most ccrtnin.
"Tur. ftitun-prospect of I'sducalinrc
hopeful." The Kent'itkinn lloe !i"t rv
lort any date to thwc jiropoct.
1'ixcitnACK Is lighting tho Wheeler
compromise, with might anil main, rmI
there 1$ n possibility that the light will
be ucccftil.
Tin: Sun wiyg the narrow gauge 1 not
tinl-lcil vvltliln thtve-quarttr of a mile
That' tlit; longest three-quarter of a
mile In the United Stnti.
Mi:. Gohikix Claviii:, n cadet engineer
of AnapolW, Mil., ha lieeii c.clled
tromWwt Point for refit-lug to fence
with colored cutlet Parker.
Tin: MK'lSflppl river mall contract
lave been let this vear at an expciw of
Hftv thousand dollar les than lat. Sec
retary Jewell has proved hlmclf a Utile
trouper than the po-tal ring.
Ciov. Mir., of MIU-iill. ha? signed J
a bill reducing the salaries of State olll- j
cm about one-fourth, and ills own from
L thou-aml dollar-ier annum to four
thousand.
Gkx Hawi.uv, a prominent Republi
can congressman from Connecticut, made
..I ppcccli in the llopie on the force bill, In
which he said the Republican party was
going too lar for him to follow. Thcl'c
publlcau party should take notice. Gen.
Ilawlcy has coiniauy.
Dn. DkKovkx's letter of acceptance
of the Illinois ltlshoprie, just published,
annoum-e that he "ae:epts the office, to
which the dUx'ee ha elected him. and
should the Miindlng conunittee and the
bishops approve the testimonial i-iiil con
suit to the con-oeratlon, will, with the
help ol God, ceek to be to the dioeew 11
faithful and loving blhop."
Tin: father of congressman .folia I).
White of Knox county, Kentucky, cotn
mltted suicide by drowning a few days
:io. Uefurc throwing hlmxelf into the
water, helled himelfo that he could
note-cape. The lion, .lohn White, the
brother of the decea-ed, once Speaker of
the United Stales House of Representa
tives, also terminated his life by violence.
Ctiuttcit attendance In New York and
llrooklyn has fallen off sadly since the
Ilccchcr trial has leeu In progress. On
Sunday morning, the "dailies'' publish
the proceedings!!! full and the people do
not get through reading until long after
church time. Hence the ciergvmeii of
the chic are about to petition. ludgc Nell
son to adjourn the court over Saturdays
hereafter.
The Smith sisters, of Glastonbury,
t onnecticut, persevere In what they im
agine to bo well-doln'. They lot their
Aldcrney cow hecaite they relused to
pay taxe-, and now the authorities have
sliced off a bit of their laud and sold it to
pay taxes. They arc apparently deter
mined to never-say-dic and to lose all,
though they fraln nothing except worth-le-s
notoriety.
Mn. Ha.vav, Stale representative from
dok county, is opposed to reading the
Wide In tho public schools. On Thursday,
he Introduced Into the House a resolution
reading as follows : "It shall Ikj unlaw
ful for any hoard ol education, school
board, or board of school director.- tliat
do now or may hereafter ex!,t under the
laws of this .State or school district, to
cause or allow to lie read in any public
school over which they have jurisdiction,
the Itible, or any version thereof, diii inj;
eliool hours."
Tin: New Orleans TWtrioes not ap.
prove or tho Had' Jetty plan for the im
provement of the mouth of the Missis
sippi river. The Timtt U atraid Captain
Kads may die ami that then, like Henry
Ward Heechcr'r case if one of the Jury
men were to die, the whole thln would
have to be bciiiiu over apalu. Hut this i
a mistake a far fetched objection, As
the .St. I.otils (7foe very sensibly observe'
"As far as the plan iscoiicerncd, it Is com
pletc. It has not only been worked out
in his own brain, hut nil the Ideas have
been formulated, and all the work has
lieen mapped out and calculated noon, so
that any other -,'ood engineer ami husl
iif . man will be able to take the plans
and speelflcatloii, ami work them out l
completion. It u as II an architect, who
has taken a contract for an ctllllce, lias
drawn thcileslhii and prepatvd the plan
ofthebinldin-.trotu which any compe
tent builders etui work In the event ot hi
death."
Gen. Tiiacy paints Moult oil andTllton
too black, Kll&ibeth too pious, and Beech-
er too easily over-reached. Such aceom
pllshed villains us Tracy's Moulton ami
Tilton are only to be found on tho naircs
of flctlon; such pious women as Tracy's
Elizabeth die when they are babies : and
It Is almost Impossible to Identify a man of
Ucecher'ii characteristics, as described bv
Tracy, with the greatest pulpit orator of
the day, one who, through his Intimate
knowledge of human nature, his thor
ough acquaintance with all the springs
nud motives of human action, can excite
the smiles or start the tears of his audi
encc, as he wills. It Is Impossible to im
nglne such a man a the foot-ball aud the
tool of such scoundrels as Tilton and
Moulton. kicked from ono to tho other
with no commiseration, making not a sin
gle manly effort to dlsengago himself
from their tolls and not even once sus-
iecllng their true character and own '. -
Mm poMtlon. Tracy has evidently orcr-
position. Tracy lias evidently
dono his work In nil direction,
and spoiled his client'. case, so f.ir.
Tur. parallelism drawn by the editor
ofthc Onttftt In hl communication of
jvtenlay morning In regard to the pa
rochial school-County Superintendent
question, w hile theoretically correct, lm
no practical Waring on the we. No
Motlier-SiiiH-rlorofany convent school, or
any Ulster connected a teacher or other
wise with any such school, can In-come n
candidate for any -elioolollieooiit-lileof
thclrowu jieculUr schol.Htic institutions.
Mr. Hurrcir observation that "whatever
Mrs. Taylor miy do, tile Mother-Superior
with equal propriety tnuih' do." I
correct consldeml from the standpoint of
the general public, hut Incorrect consid
ered with reference to the vow which
she has taken upon her.-elt In regard to
the conventual .-y.leni. Hence the par
allelism ha no practical force w h.itever.
Hi.xitv (.'. Howkx Is augiy. He pub
lished a card on Friday in which he gave
Gen. Tracy, Ucechcr's counsel, notice a
follow:
"The statement- made by Mr. H. F.
Tracv In 'his opening address to the court
and Jury in the llrooklyn scandal c.ve,o
fir a -a'ld statement" refer to me :i hav
Ing been engaged in any conspiracy w li.it
o'er, are iiialiuunut iaMlleatlon
from U'ginulng to eiid. destitute of even
one particle ot truth, as said Mr. Tracy
can liiim If he will call ine to the witness
stand. In which event lie will tlnd out
that I do not believe hi the doctrine
taught by him, that lying Is Juttlilable
uniicr certain circumstance-.''
There I no reason to believe that In
terest In the great case I going to tlag.
Tin; manner hi which l'inchback pro
poposcs to defeat the Wheeler compro
mise Is thu detailed in a pccialdl-pateh
to the St. Loui Dnn of yesterday:
One of the plans proved to defeat the
Wheeler compromise i- as follows, and
there i-danger tliat It will Ik? executed
within a week. :u the conservatives who
were adjudged elected to the Legislature
by the returning board have never taken
their seats and been sworn In :
l'inchback "s Irlend propose to admit to
these vacant seats about sixteen
Republicans who can Ik? depended
upon. These, wlili those already in,
will make the requisite two-thirds neces
sary to impeach the Governor; then they
will impcaeh Kellogg and turn him out
of otllcc;aud, as Autoine has agreed to
withdraw provided he is given another
place, Hann l to become Governor.
1'hcn l'inchback nud his friends will
have control of the legislative and vxecu
tive branches of the State government,
and will manage things to uit them
selves. They will not allow tin Wheeler
compromise to lc carried out because
the men whom they will have seated w ill
nor resign, and they hardly believe that
the President will turn theiii out with the
troop.
miaki:si-i:aiii: nto.vi a. .111:111.
'.vx I'tiixr oi-' vir.w.
George Wilkes. In his Spirit uf tht
Timft for February, liegins an able
article on "ihakcspcaro from an Ameri
can point of view." Mr. Wilkes does
not sympathize with the 'Ilaconian
theory," originated in 1S.VJ by Delia Ba
con, of ltoston. which claims that Lord
Uacon was the real author ot the Shakes
peare plays a theory which has Ih-cu ac
cepted as true by many able men and
women. Among those who believe it,
on tills side the water, may be mentioned
lien, miller, "-0 awe a a lawyer ami so
keen as annnaiyst, ''and among our trans
atlantic cousins, while he lived. Lord I'al
mcrstou llnnly maintained that Delia
Bacon was right.
The "American view of Shakespeare,"
while It detracts nothing from "the poet,
mighty and good beyond all ordinary es
timation," is not flattering to .Shakes
peare, the man, and mercilessly tears
away the veil of admiration, verging on
reverence, with which he Is usually in
vested in the minds of the worshipers
of his genii!-.
'Hie picture 'how s u a man, born of
loor parent-, and never hini'df lifted
out ol the order, with no sympathy ot
failing for the ch- to which he belonged,
depising their sorrows and sneering at
their dMrcs'es; servile to rank aud
wealth, and neverentcrtainlng or express
ing a single aspiration in favor of human
liberty. It shows u a man, sordid aud
grasping In his nature, who, in youth,
robbed a gentleman's park, married his
wife rather than suffer lor having be
trayed her, was a drunkard in life and
died at the age of liny-two Iroin exces
sive indulgence.
The assertion tliat Shakespeare's plays
'divide domestic reverence and authority
almost with the Itible" Is not greatly ex
aggeraled. In many houses where Web
ster's dictionary would be looketl for in
vain, .Shakespeare will be lound.tlie well
thumbed source of umuciuent for old
and young, the parlor-table ornament,
the liidisicn-ihle library-friend.
Hence, as a politician, Shakespeare,
from "an American point of view" be
comes a subject of importance. In this
character, ho Is not presented In a favora-
me light to the American mind. He is
the towering tireless iuculcator of those
forms of popular obsemilousness, w hich
long nave, been the marvel of the elvili.ed
world, under tho puz.llni: term of Kmr.
lisli foyffy. Tho author ot the Shake-
penre plays has been the unseen goitres',
the Incessant fountain, the constant ilom-
Ineerlng Influence, which lias done more
to tlx the worship of the English neonlo
ror royalty aud rank, than all other ser-
vile agencies combined."
It is not likely that this ilouilnecrinz in-
iiueucc win ever extend itself, tn any
damaging extent, to Hepubllcan
America. Miakespearu will al
ways remain to Americans, us lie is to
r.iigli'hman, the mighty poet; whatever
uie.v maybe to his own countrymen, hi
pontics aim ins morals fhid little sym-
painy 111 America.
KrlloKK's Iinleh.
NtwUrlisu limes J
Til. fr,ll-.1,... I.... 1 ' . . .
i...f.;v, '"e;,"" '" inriiniieii it
Mr. k?. i . ' 1 M L" 1Mu,la--
Mirv Oiilkaxn, Feb. 23, 1873.
..on. wm. a vvhwli-r, M. C , W.ihlnjtton,
It Km to me an extra teMinn u .. ,
3r 1 'e expense In thu nwwnt
fKnillCUn,areomll,lo' of tlio
State will b very ,.-riou!. Thc regular
elon loc not cloe until midnight
'"'AiL.4: . f ' J.le ,V.?,VSS!
will take their seats, there wilt be time
enough to arrange terms of adjustment
and to pas such measures of reform as
nre urgently needed. I willearnestly eo
ocrate to that end. If the Preslde.it and
yourself think an extra session honld be
called, I will call It; but in any case, 1 ask
that you come here at once to aid in car
rying out the detail of the adjustment as
proposed. Wm. P. Kklumio.
,11 s. So rl r l A if n r n re.
(UVhliifcton Utter )
Mrs. Algernon Sartorls, once our sweet
faced Nellie Grant was present during
tho evening, In companj wllhhcr I'ng-iish-looiUug
husband a'ud her father.
President Grant, Mrs. Sartorls Is looking
a little older and several shade paler than
when she w aved usgood-by on her way to
"Merrtc Kngland," and whatever that
lle of Albion may do toward be-towlng
healthful bhi'lies on her native-born
maidens, she has neglected to lay her
rocs on the cheeks ot this soft-eyed
daughter of her adoption. .Mrs. S.irtorls
wn of course the "centre of attraction"
while she remained, and danced two or
three times with some of the gentlemen
who had Im?cii her partners through many
"Germans" in the "old (lavs," but she
was oidcnlly tired from her long ca
voyage, and retired quite early from the
festivities.
-- - -CoBismptivM,
Talcs Node.
l'ciy moment nt del ty in.ikes yo inure
more buptiesx, ami nuie'i depend on tlio
Jmlkii'tis choice of a renied r. 'I lie amount
of testimony In fuor ol Dr. Sclii-iick's
I'ulmniilvSyrup. as a cure for con-unipliun,
lar exceeds all tliat ran lie lirouiht tn sup.
port the pretendou of any othur meillclie.
aco Dr. Schenck'n AIiiiuikc, containing the
ccitiacsipn o m.uiy orsoti ot tho 1 1 1 1 1 e s t
rcsiiccta' lllly, who have been restored to
health. f er being pronounce! Iucqrnlile
liy physlcl.nis ol ncl.no lcil);ed sLIhty.
sjchenckV l'lilinoiilc Syrup iilone ha cured
iinny. a ttieso eld nces will show ; hut
cure l often promoted by tae cinplortHent
in" two other reincdl'S which Dr. Scheiiek
proMilc fortliepurpose These ndiJltinlinl
remedies le Sfhcnck' Sc.i Ved Tonle
and M.indrake Pills lly the timely use ot
these lucdl m, acconllns to illrcctlons.
Dr Stuenck ccrtlrtes that most any cac ol
Consnmtitinn liny he cured.
Dr. .Sclicnck Is professlouully nt his prill
clp l oilice. Comer lxth and Arch St .
Philadelphia, every Monday, wh rc all let
ters lor advice must he adarcs-ed.
S-n-dAw-lin.
com miss i ox n i: itt'i i xrs.
C. CLOSE,
(oneml
Commission Merchant
AND DIALtn IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
IIAIR, Siq
Under City National Bank.
T VVILI. sell In cir-load lots at manufuctuit n'
WIM.scll In car-load 1
lrice, ddlni PreUhl.
j. ru
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND BRO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants .
1
No. 138,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(Huccvoora In .John II rtillli-j
FORWARDING
AVI)
Commission Merchants
Anil DraUri In
HAY, ORN, OATS, FLOUR.
MEAL, BRAN, eto.
Agent! for LAFLIN tt BAND FOWDEK CO"
.Corner Tenth Street aud Ohio
Levee.
Z I) Mntlmu. K. C. Ulil.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FORWARDING
Aii'l Cinernl
Commission Merchants
Ilwilrrs In
FLOUR, GRAIN, nAY AND
PRODUCE,
O-l Ohio Ijovoo,
J. .VMM a I). AyriK.
AYRES fc CO.,
Z'liOTJU
Ami gcncnil
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
'Tlio Best Thing in tho West."
Atchison, Topeka & Mi h 1 1
IN KANSAS.
0,000,000 aohxis
OMhlM rarmiUK noil AgTicnlturut taniU In
America, ultuutwl in ami nrur tht- iKiiutiml
LoltoiiHood ani drntt Aikaimu valU'vn, thu
Kanlt-nof llic Vv, on ' '
1 1 Yean' Credit, with 7 pur coat. Intor
est, and 20 par cent. Discount
for Improvement.
1' A R E It E F II Ml 1; 1)
To purcimKr of Land.
Ho?, 'n7f&V fdSff' MMl lnfu,1"1
Artlng fend CoiBmUilourr, Toiik, Kin
"' H7- 1-7-wJni.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rrsili: lltt.I.KTIN UpuilliliwleTcry murnlng
(.xceit Monday) In the llnllotln llullJIng, cor
ner WnthiiiKlvin aiemic ami Twcltth ttitct
Tui; Itt'LLRTlM Is nxti to city sulicrllMhy
r.iUUrul carrier at TitfiitJ-lite Ce uta a W'evk,
uyble wt.kl y. lly .Mall, (In advance), IOir
annuni) lx montln, 1 IIiit months, l one
month, $1 'iV
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Published every ThurUy inornlnffal II 23
per annum, InvarUbly In advance. The oUgf
on the W'tvkly Mill If iriald at thl olQee, so
that sulucrlber wilt ohtnln for a ubjcrlptlon
rice of II a )mr.
ADVERTISING RATES.
DAILY.
limine! CardJ, ht annuni tM to
One ikjiuiv, one lnerlioii, 1 (J
Unc square, two Insertions, 1 (0
Onu fijunrr, one wisk, 2M
One filiate, two vrit-ks, ..... .. 3 JO
One square, three wk,. I ('
One .qnre, one month, . 3 0)
w r. v
One rqiinir, one Insertion,..
K.irh eiib-eqiteut lurerlioii,...
ntl tl
.. .V)
EJ-One inch li a square.
3 To re icuhir al ertlsers we offer ti erlor In
diirinuntv, twthas lo rate ot clunyes and null
tier of displaying their favon.
EJ-N'otlcev hi Ideal column lnuted for I'll
lecn Cents jht line for one Insertion, Twenty
tents n line for two Insertions, Twenty-five
Cent a line for three iniertlotn, Thlrty-Kive
Cents a line for one week, and Seventy-live
Cent- a line for one month,
Communications upon subjects of Ken
eral intoront to tho public solicited.
J3--V.H letters should l;e nddrcnl lo
JOHN II. OIIKISI.Y.
I'luMent Cairo Ilulletln Coliiuy.
BOBBINS'
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
PIANOS
Of World wide Reputation.
AcknonlHifKl l,y all irood MutlcUmi to 1j th
l-t i'iano now male
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which vvo lisve ol l over Vf) ilunns
twelve er- jiait, uecomlng more anil more
popular everj (lav.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone, I'nvrcr and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very line Instrument, adapted to I nt-tru-tuiintal
an Mull at vocal inusiv.
AM. TilK AWJVK AUK OFKKItKfl ON
K:i(.y Momlily I'.iynicnt, ut low llfjilrei
regardltb' of List Triced.
SHEET MUSIC
In
jreat VHricty, Including all Hie new
hihI popul.ir miic ot tlio ilay.
Orders from the Counlij
promptly illl.nl and nunt
liy mall.
VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS,
ACCOKDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS.
TAIVIBORINES
n.KXCII HAIU'.S, ETC., ETC
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furrliilicd to Order.
STRINGS FOB VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC
Ol the Iludt Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercisos
Of allcradca for Piano or Volci;.
HJTTKverr description of Mimical Jler
cbaudi.vo furnished to order, promptly and
at priced lower tnan ever oiiervit nciore.
K.NCV ALSO OK
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and l'rico
1.1st 01 mchc tieauuiui Kroupcx.
All Goodi Warranted m Represented.
AddrotH,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAR,
Cairo, IllinolH.
E m axwimTiT sc'coT
Dealers In
RAILWAY MACHINERY and BURNINO
No, 616 North Main Street
ST. LOUIS, ;mo.
AGINTI 70K YBXWiU PtUMBAOO OILS
.MUSIC
Mm
2r
I.NNCHAMK.
O. N. HUGHES,
(lencnil
Insurance Agent.
orviCE:
omo xjurcrisaa.
Orer Mathuu & Uhl't.
"VTONK but iirU-CLwit Companies rero
suited.
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
SAFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEE,
General
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up.itt.lri.
The Oltlent Established Atroncy in South
ern Illinois, representing ovir
365 00 000.
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
ST. JOHN'S and
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Cool by tho crtr-lond,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
65TTo largo consumers nud nil
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
Vf IMIiLi) llro 'iifnVr, So 'u Ohio fvi-e
I r-llnllKtny Hpj ' vrlurfU-jit
il Kiryiitun Mills, or
-At Uie Col lunil. foot of lliirtT-l.i--M
1 ltff
ROSS'
Coal and Wood Yard.
COMilEKCIAi. AVENUE.
I PITTSBURG and
T?$2r COAL
STO"VJES WOC
"T7"KIT ron.Unilv 'n hand at Ito-' Y.u'I
JV Commercial aienu. oiiixxitc
Ulhlln
Jnlen ruiniilr flll"l
(.oal ami (Vlitrrt-J frw of ctr;r
'Itrmi .Incllv tlili 317-lD-Cm.T
II V. MiS.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
OKNI'Uti- .
VV V HAM.III.VY. 1'n-ldfnl
IIKNHV I. 1IAI.I.IHA V. Viu I'n-it
A I! sj.VI'KOIll), I inliii-r
VVAI.TMt IIYsl.or, Am't CadiUr
IUHCCTOIlV
S SrjlATh T.VVI.OII, It II C.TNM.tnilAM,
II I. llAl.LIHAY, VV ! II.M.I.IMAV,
( I) VVii.i.iai-", "rr.i'iiB.v llliili,
A II Saiiokii
ExchfinRO, Coin and Unitod Stntcs
Bonds I3ought and Sold.
"pvKl'OMTS rm-lvitl and 11 pi-nnul tanking
a- iJU.inciDiionf
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1800.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
oriiCKiw:
A 11 SAKi'OUD, l'ru-lilrnt.
S S TAYI.OIt, V ice l'renldrut.
W IIYSI.01', fiec'y and Treasurer.
iiiiu:ctoii9:
V M nAUCLAV, CllAS GaUOIIRII,
K. M niouitrLEiii, 1'all (! hciuil,
it.li ClVMNGIIAH, II 1, llAI.l.UJAV,
.1. ?1. l'lllLLIM
"I NTKItr.fiTtiald Oil ilrioltii at the rate of (lx
o.i)crceni per annum, .uurcii ii nmi cwimvim
lr 1.1 Intrrril nnt withilrawn It added inline
1 lately to the pilnclpal of Hie ilejioillt, theieliy
Kivini; infill ciimvuunii inieieai
MARRIED WOMAN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELSE
CAN DRAW IT.
jj&Mmw m rfJ
Ojwii cfery iuvln-ilny I'roinlVi.ni. 10 .1 p.ni
and f atiii'iluy evening lur savliiK dpoll only
troroiltuD o'clock
W. IIYST.Or, Treasurer.
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