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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER. 9, 1875.
Tke CaiUaii ejnratlon Im Ita Moil Herl
(From the New York Herald.
The reiuarkitblo U-atling Krtlcle which
we copy from the London Timt$ is ilitvil
to nrn-ft public atu-utloii In Hilt country
an ill.:loMnir thcent'rjretlc hostility which
l'renlilt iit Oraiit'.i ,4itron(f policy" hi re
lation to Cuba i certain K ciiUdUiitt'r In
On-at lirlluiii. The Tim's IhcIIiich to
think that the Prcsldcm do not tin an
what he eaya, antl that it U a men- illplo
malic llourUli with a via- to nuki- nr
aonal or party cnultal. "Tho more proh.i
ble explanation," ays thu Timti, "ii thnt
rreiidcnt Grant la not unwilling to try
whether tin; pronpecU ol thu Republican
parly or of u third thn cmi be bright
entu by a 'apirlud foreign policy.'" It
would not be poaaible lor thu moat pow
erful organ of European opinion t ux
preaa a aaora atortlfylnu view of the
character or PreeJdvnt Grant, or to .ay
anything which would no lower him In
Kurotxon estimation a this hypothet
ical explanation of hli nttltiiilu toward
Spain., It reprreenta him ai prostititllnK
the hiylifst and most holcuin ot alt his
public trusts to the promotion ot
sordid rsonal ends. It liold.i
him up iu tho face of Europe im
the Chief MatclHtrutu of a great nation
who Is so lo.t to u m'Iih: of what he owes
to nil country to run the rlk of cm
brolllnjr i( foreign relutloint loi a ielllli
parly purpose. It was a noble Haying of
VYbster that "our party difference cease
at the water' ede ;" hut if the Loudon
Timtt' estimate of 1'realdeut Grant U cor
rect he Is not only capable of degrading
the foreign policy of the country into a
football of party politics, hut of causing
the government to put on ulrs of un
meaning bravado and trilling with the
national honor by threats and dt-uiuud
which he does not intend to enforce.
lint it is the clear opinion ot the Timti
that if President Grant's high language
to .Spain is not what we in America call
"buncombe," if tie is not idly vaporing
for political effect at home, he has lei t
Spain no choice but to declare war and
rel.t to the uttermost. "King Alfonso's
Ministers," say the Times "could not
even afford to delay with such a threat
as that which is r-aid to have come trout
President (Jrant. They would be forced
lorciM the -uiiiinon-. even if it had
come Ironi Prince Bismarck Instead of
President Grant." sjueh un article,
from such a source, Is calcu
lated anil Is probably Intended to stim
ulate and embolden Spain to re.-hi if
President Gram is iu earnest and nut
merely "plaing with lire." It is hu
posMhle tor the Spauitli government to
interpret the Timt' article "In any other
bcuse than us a Hrltl-h encouragement to
Muni on its dignity and defy thu United
-States, hpani-h statesmen have not for
gotten the vigorous prole.-ts made by the
Karl of Malinc.biiry and Lord Kuiicll
against thu ucii oliion of Cuba by the
Lulled States, i'licy have not forgotten
the otlicial declarations of the British
government that Its poicstlons iu the
West Indies make the status of Cuba an
object of Interest to England us well us
to the United .States. They have not
forgotten the proposed tripartite treaty by
which Great llrilaln. acting iu con
junction with France, sought to bind the
Cuited States never to acquire Cuba.
When thcSpauUh .Mluistrylliid thu lend
ing organ ot itritlMi opinion saying that
they are bound to declare war If Presi
dent Grant means what he say I hey will
lie apt to cou.'ttue it us evidence that
they may count on the moral support
and, if it should prove to be needed, the
material aid of Great Britain iu resenting
so great un affront to the national honor
ot sp.Un. The strong expressions of the
London Times will encourage Spain to
believe that she would not stand alone in
such u war as General Grant's language,
it scriou-, muit necessarily provoke.
The Times is of the opinion that in the
early stages of such a war the advantages
uoiild be on the side of Spain, owing to
her better state of preparation. "cuk
and embarrassed us Spain Is," says thu
Tunts, "she has more available lighting
power at present, lor her fleet Is ready,
and it is really formidable, while by turn
ing the war against the ('arllftU Into u
merely defensive content, King Alfonso
could spare a large body of roidiers for
service hi Cuba. The Uniitd alate.-. mi
the other hand, would have to equip bom
an army and an effective fleet, and
before that could be done spain
might galu some cheap glories." ilia
these early successes on the uart ft
Spain would ba fatal to Gcner-i
Grant's hopes of another Presidential
nomination. A low Spanish victories
next spring, just in advance ol the meet
ing ot the Keuuuiicau .vitionul conven
tion, would full as a disastrous blight on
his chances. Lven iu his own interest he
iiad better keep out of such a conflict,
lint this is a needless cauiluu. if he is
causing all this hubbub of uueuslncssand
excitement for mere buncombe. Yet, If
his laiiLMUL'e toward Spain is idle bravado
for electioneering effect, the country will
leel greater Humiliation and distrust than
If it were sincere, since a proud and spir
ited people values Its honor ubovu its In
What renders the present aspect of the
atlair so serious is the now ascertained
tact that tile nubile opinion of Kurone.
and especially of Great Kiitiiln, will sup
port npmn ami usiuy iter resistance to
the demands ot our government. We
predicted this before we had anv knowl
edge of this article In the Loudon Times.
The British island of Jamaica is nearer
to Cubu thau lint aoutherumost point ot
Horidil. Great Urltalu uwim Jamaica.
the whole of the Hahamu group, Hit; Ber
muda Islands, the lrreater nart of the
Windward Islands, ami thu Belize or
British Honduras, In Central America.
.iiio two uaviguuie channels which serve
as Inlets and outlets of the
uuil run ouo ot them cose
to the eastern and thr other close to
tne western extremity or Cuba ; and If
this island were hi possession of a stnnnr
power hoMllo to Kngland her Intercourse
Willi her own possessions in tho West In
dies and her commerce with Mexico,
which is larger man that ofany other ua
Hon, might be Interrupted and closed,
r.ngiiiuu takes u more active and watch
ful interest In nil mutters relating to the
distribution of power iu the West Indies
than any other nation, nnd she will
never voluntarily consent to changes
miuv.il nuum einiangcr ner in
tercourse with her own noi
sessions or her commerce with Mexl
co. If events should show that the Pres.
Uleut.mesns business and not buncombe.
It W certain that the British government
'.will net be a passive spectator. In vw
ot ii mirresiH ami jealousies, it was an
Incautious nilsluku on tho nart of Scire
tury Fish to tay, as he did iu u dispatch
to Mr. Gushing lan year, that "tho
United btates would prefer to see all Uiat
.remains of colonial America, pgii Jrtm
inatconuuion to inecotiuuioH oi aoio
lute Independence of Kurope." It does
nut tend to facilitate the peaceful settle
ment of the Cuban question for our gov
ernment to warn Great Britain ol our
wish to dispossess and oust her from her
colonies on the Western 'otitlneiit and
ita Islands. When her own cls-atlanUc
possesaloas are thus threatened In n pub
lUhed diplomatic document her vigilance
will be quickened against every move
ment of our government affecting tho
colonies of any European power on thla
continent and Its outlying islands. The
warmth and vigor of the London Timet
In encouraging Hpnln to resist our de
mands, ir they should prove to be seri
ous, show that Great Britain is keenly
allvu to her own Interest, and that she
will try to make President Grant's
Cuban policy odious In the eye of
Europe as a ineana of brlneiiif the Brit
ish public to a temper which will ultl
anaP'ly support the government In taking
the side ol Spain. All this betokens that
Spain will not fight alnglehandrd If we
force her into a war; and this It the most
serious aspect of the Cuban complication.
Our government cannot forsee at what
tage ol the conflict the British
government would Interfere. So long as
Spain Is successful, as she Is expected to
be at first, England would stand aloof,
but ns.soon as the fortune ol war should
begin to turn agtlnst her England would
find some pretext for coming Into the
quarrel. It Is an egregious blunder fur
the President to precipitate a contest at
I his time, if he la really in earnest ; and
If he is not in earnest, as the London
7W, unnnes. ho Is dUmachur both
himselt mid the government.
Tka Oatcawliil F.apoallloa Being
Urd by nfcnrptra Ha n Mind fur
Thrte hundred younK ludir, wjule I fur the
Centennial Kxposltlon Muath.ve guml rvlrr
enc s. IrsvtllDK tinft mid kiiiI auliti lew
pant. Atlilrexs, rtictualtifr tanii for rru y, t rn
IrtinUl t-.xltlbillou AKtno , Ml Suiiln I'JUriti
'I line huuilrrd rt6xcUble young men, tc .
Such was the seductive advertisement
under "Help Wanted" In the New Vork
Herald of October ID and 20, the Pitts
burg Cutnmercial and other paiers. It is
needless to say that agreat many "young
ladies" and "rc-pectablt; young men
sent to "the agency" their names ami ad
dresses and "slamp.sfora reply." When
the correspondence got into its
second page, that in which "the
agent" said he was engaged in
arranging for the installment of the ap-
iilicauts iu cosy places Iu the Centennial
exhibition, a small remittance was re
quired of each applicant on various pre
text sufficiently plausible to meet with
acquiescence. So many of these letters,
however, came to the one address, that a
not-olllc! special agent (Mr. Charles B.
Batrctt) thought It well lo look into the
reason lor such extenlve correspon
dence. Having satisfied lilnisell yester
day aftcruoou, he and Detective 'fry on,
just one minute after the postman on the
route had carried In a batch of letters to
the familiar addre, entered 601 South
Fourth street through a door which had
painted on it
Okfice llouits, 9 to 5, j
and found a shriveled-up little Italian
laced fellow In the net of opening the let
ters he had just received, taking money
from some and stumps from others,
George Lara (lor this was his romantic
name) said before United States Commis
sioner Aubrey II. Smith yesterday after
noon, after Officers Barrett and Tryon
hud te'tiHed to finding hi the place these
letters and large packages of others
which had been "skinned," that he had
no connection with thu Centennial, but
did not know It was against the law to
thus swindle young ladies and respect
able young men who were out of work ;
In fact, he believed that his was n legiti
mate biHincss. The new Assistant Ois
trlct Attorney, Haelhurst, differed with
him, and got the Commissioner to com
mit him in default ot $2,r00 ball on the
charge of using thu post-office for the
traumisslou of matter lutended for pur
poses ot ueiraiiuing.
Urn. lea Ditughter.la.l.ftw
(Kromthe bacraruentu Ilee.l
Mr. Cantulu Lee. of Virginia, dauch-
ter-ln-lAW of Gen. Itobcrt E. Lee. came
on the overland train on Thursday aud
stnnned over In this cltv one ilnr. in
order to obtain u view of the Statu Capi
tol. She left this morning on the train
for Placervllle. where slip will remain a
few wet ks with some friends. She then
luteuds to journey to Los Augclo, and
'ennuii all winter, returning East next
summer, iter lieaim is poor, aud she
thinks that the climate ot that nart of
California will be very beneficial to her.
Her liUstKiiui minks oi coming out In a
few months to ln her. She expressed
herself as delighted with everything in
California, nnd was astonished to see
the Capitol ground covered with flowers
at this season of the year.
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691 Broadway, New York.
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