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MMtV K. OMUU.T, S41tor.
KioRT.kwf cnt lt defend Dlltrock nu
VTt t ' --T
TiHtClA-Mrf, (Mo.) Dtipateh ha
pa- into .lira kiuida. of Mr. Marnlmll
Arnold, who proml-c to Improve It in
f Tcry department, and makes nn excel
lent beginning in the Initial huiuImt.
The biilticf .s men of Columbus, Ohio,
believe (hat point peculiarly littetl Tor
the location of the new mint ami e
naklng a united. and perl.4tent effort to
bring nbout -ncli a conaiiiiinuUon.
Tun Krurll-h parliament will soon
meet, and it if expected that Queen Vic
toria will open It In person, and that the
1'rincets of Wale will be present at the
'iloTlncrt Stewart, the leading spirit of
the cnuadc In Ohio a couple of year ago,
U in Iondon, and lias made a public nt-
pearancc there in the cause ol temper
auce. She contemplate the lnanj:tir.v
Hon of a crn-ade on the London tap
rooms and beer house!, and is aided in
the effort by Mr. Lucas, .John Itrighfs
The rotteness which existed in the
post otnee department under ex-
l'ost-Master General Crcswell, Is
coming to llgut day. by day.
The Investigations of last week
showed that all the contracts for
exlstlsf Mill routes In I,oill-tia, Arkan
tas and Texas, on tile iu the post office
department, arc signed with fraudulent
counter signatures of the first and second
asslstaut postmasters general, who were
In the office at the time of the leltings
last spring. The money for two quarter
has Leen paid on these contracts, embrac
ing the time from Julv 1, 1ST", to Janu
ary 1. 1S7C. It has not trausplreil what
the department will do, although It Is
quite obvious that the route should be
all advertised again and new lettings
nade. Crestvell's carelessness or criml
nality afforded a field for tuauy small
peculators which was eldcntly worked
It it estimated that the amount of pork-
packed this season at the principal mar
kefs, will equal that of last year, not
withstanding the falling ofl before the
first of January. The packing season
continues longer than It did last year,
which Is due to the combined influence
of the warm weather, a large corn crop,
and a disposition on the part of farmers
to hold back lor higher prices. The
number of hogs handled by Chicago
packer up to last Saturday since the
lacking seasou began, Xov. I, Is reported
at 1,222,203, against l,2s0,0JT for the same
riod last year excess m favor of lai-t
year nearly CI ,000. On the first of Janu
ary the excess In favor of last year was
about 200,000. At Cincinnati there have
been packed 4S0, 433, agalu st 4.-l,207 last
year excess In favor of this year nearly
30,000. The packing season is l.kely to
continue much longer this year than it
The prolonged complaints made by
the Republican; that the claims of Colon
soldiers upon public officers have been
ignored by the Democrats In congress,
would he more consistent if the licpubli
cau leader were not so exclusively given
to providing their own tamllies and
friends with dcslndile aud lucrative po
sitions. The New York Sun mention
few cases iu point: "rrellngbuy-
Howe aud the principal
tcuators convert tlielr sons or
their relatives into clerks of com
mittees, with high pay aud uotli.
lug to do. Mr. Blaiue has a brother In
the senate's employ and another as pay
master in the army ; and others of his
family are said to be taken care of else
where. Mr. Fhh has a son, secretary ot
legation at Berlin. Hancrolt Davis has a
sou, clerk of flic Alabama commission.
Kveu Jiie immaculate Washbumc, who
recently revived Ills old fashioned no
tions as a bid for the nomination, has
just had his son appointed secretary of
legation at St. Petersburg. So they
ko. The families are getting established
Iu diplomacy, as they are In the army
aud navy. An aristocracy Is fastening
It grip on the honors and rewards,
which ought to be reserved for merit and
service. Tho plain people are thrust
aside, and the 'Union soldiers,' over
whom so many tears were shed, ate left
to shift lor themselves uutll worthies
sons, brothers aud eou-lns arc provided
TMK AT1WSAL DEMOCRATIC COM
MITTKK. The following are the unmet ol the
gentlemen who now compose the Na
tional Democratic Committee:
Alabama Thos. A. Walker.
Arkansas S. R. Cock rill.
California Frank McCopolu,
Connecticut Win. 11. Itanium.
Delaware Chan. Beasen.
Florida Chas. K. Dyke.
Illluott Cyrus 11. McCormlck.
Indiana Thos. Dowllug.
Kauias-lsaac E. Eaton.
Kentucky Uenry D. If cllenry.
Louisiana Henry D, Ogden.
Maine L. D. M. Sweet.
Maryland A. Leo. Knoit,
Massachusetts-F. O. Prince.
Michigan Wm. A. Moore.
Minnesota Win. Loehren.
Miudulppf-L M. Bharp.
Mjourloun G. Prlett.
Ntlniiili' Cfeo. L. Miller.
New IIwpi-M. ViB. VdgerJy.
New Jerney Theo. F, Randolph.
New York-XugtiVtu 'tk-Ml "l
North Carolina Matt II. Hansom.
Ohio dohn (1. Thompson.
Oregon Hob. .1. I.aldd.
Pennsylvania-do. 1 Itarr.
Rhode Hand Gideon Urailford.
South Carolina Thos. V. .Simmon.
Tennessee Win. T. Hate.
Texas-F. S. Stoektlale. ,
Vermont-It. V. Smith.
Virginia ilohu Oooile.
West Virginia-John 11. Hoge.
WIcouIn George It. Paul.
Chairman, Augustus Sclicll; resilient
secretary, A. I). Hanks ; corresponding
secretary, A. T. Gallagher. The execu
tive coniinilteo an- Kaiulolph, Katon.
Itanium, McCormlck, Thompson, Itati
soin, Moore, H.irr and Hate.
Emigration to the lllaek Hill is rap
Tho next encampment of the Grand
Army of tho Republic will beheld In
Ottawa In January, 1S77.
1 1 Pope Pius recently had a very serious
attack of Illness an epileptic tit from
which he Is nearly recovered.
Tho Washington correspondent of
the St. Louis 7Yim conjectures that the
Democratic National Convention will he
held In Philadelphia.
Hon. Anthony Thornton of Shelby
vine, ex-memuer ot congress ami ex
Judge of supreme court, it is stated, will
In the spring, remove to Kentucky, where
ho will settle on his farm iu Ilourbon
Mrs. Thomas, orThomacn, widow
of the dynamite assassin, and her vhil
dren left Hamburg on Wednesday last
lor New l ork. The Americans In Ores
den subscribed and presented her $1,600
She resolutely refused to permit the adop
tion of her children by German notabili
London has been frightened by the dc-
liveiy of an address before the medical
otucers of the Department of Public
Health by J. Xetten Madeline, on the sub
Ject of the prospect of a reappearance ol
the plague which raged on the Con:i
ncntand Iu Kngland, from Jaffa, In the
An attempt to assassinate, iu his own
house, a Mr. Uiard, residing In Spring
field, a few days ago, failed of success.
A gun, charged with glass and large
lead slugs, was Introduced between the
slats of a shutter, and discharged, the
missiles lodging in the frame work of the
blind. It is suppo-cd.that mining trou
bles was .the cause of the attempted as-sa-tln.-itfoti.
si rsi. si. j. a. AstKH run jintici:.
L'oiTon Hl'llktix: Dear Sir Cen
tennial" having brought the charge of
blackguardism against tne, and referred
the public to my letter ot tne 30th of De.
cember, as a proof of her accusation, 1
ask as a simple matter of jusitce, that
you lay it before your readers, thus en
abling them to judge for themselves how
cutlrely without foundation her charges
are. Yours respectfully,
Mn-. S. J. ?.
Ceatenolal Womru ami Worker of Cairo i
Froui the tlrst 1 have avoided as a
stench to the nostrils, this mouth piece
of yours, Mrs. Centennial, for tliW rea
son : I believe her to be the Gencvru of
the Iat spring tight, that! occurred be
tween you, as the gone-back-on-woniau'e
suffrage party, aud the real wo
man's suffrage party, and iu which this
woman (if 1 inn right) whipped you
all, the Grand Master ot the Ulllk
tiu office as well. 1 drew my conclusion
as to w ho she was, from the fact that I
believe no other woman iu the city so
well verred iu personal abuse as Ceil
teutilal proved herself to be Iu her first
and lust addressed to Hon. John II.
Oberly, her former adversary, hut In
tended for inc, iu which site excels her
previous clloru in that Hue, by many de
grees. Viewing her Mi, ii'lug her beet
talents iu behalf ol lutlco uudmwti, unit
-uliij- her iujw, spitting and spluttering
and throwing dirt ou nil around her;
nguung ajaim mc very principles now
that she fought for then, allowing her
self to be made u tool iu
your hands, thereby making herself
an object ol contempt aud ridi
cule to you, and an .object of absolute
shame and pity to her friends. I have, as
you an Know, stayed my nana toward
her. I tell nothing new to you, when 1
tell you tliat no woman auioiii: vou is
more easily flattered or more vindictive
ami uitter in uer denunciations, wtien
her vanity Is wounded, than she. Vou
have rea-uu to know this. Vou tried
her Iu that way last spring, and know
what you got ou your hands, by tramp
ling ou her vanity, and you will be
guided y your exfiericnce, now, so loin
as you can iwi her. Filling the position
sue now uoc, in tiiu lace ol ner pruvl
ously avowed principles, the verv boit.l
can say lor her Is, she neeili tlx inr
OWly tijjend her last spring.
What you hope to gain by making
such a tool of this woman, I am unable
to see, unless, Indeed, it Ik- to get out ol
uer inu poor saiiMacuou, you, us a itotly
oi women, eau tret, out ot one poor
woman, lor geiung ine neiier oi you
when she was, as jou knew thenund
know now. in the right. Surely this
revenge Is unworthy ot even a Woman'.
Centennial Association. I Mould not
make a dog who had bitten me, bite
itself, If I could. Kuowhig your woman,
you might at least Ito as considerate tor
her as 1 Inuc lteen ol her. Striking oyer
her and around her, and everywhere but
at her, even now when her spleen has
vented Itself on me Individually, I repent
ol saying unythlr.g I have said, that eau
be construed Into a "Ulna" at her per
sonally. Seeing how completely she U
at your mercy, I would -uvo her from
you, II 1 might, aud from her own weak
ness, it i could.
If I am correct hi understanding,
through her, that you, as an association,
take especial interest iu my nffulm, I
shall, to any committee you may appoint
for that purpo-e, be pleaded to give you a
full insluht iuto my home life what I
had or may have tor dlancr Christmas,
r uuier limes, now i earn my living,
what taxes 1 pay, what care I give my
cniidrtn, whether I leave them to the
care of the servants or the mercy ol the
neighbors, when I go out: how much
and to what societies 1 contribute;
whether I stand on the street
turners 10 oo my charities, or
preier to uo them ipilully add without
any summing oj truuijiets, I shall be, In
fact, happy to irratifv vour curhotv nn
all uiv private doings, with ono excep
tion, 'the exception U the subject that,
i mn wm, wus u wanuiy uiacussed by
your literary!?) club a short time since.
Iu that particular you will excuse from
divuiiriiig my limits or experience.
shall, however, be pleased to listen to any
nuit) advice you may, as tne result of
mat discussion, see lit to give, and con
thler It carefully und prayerfully.
Kullevluir other tilings, of more lm
porlonuojo tun. public, can be dlcusscd.
mwii uif mnividual tastes ami habits. I
leave yon to' occept my Invitation, to ill
cuss those things privately, with me, or,
go on guessing at then', and making wild
statements, (lor which you have, andean
have no foundation, Iu fact), In 4he fu
ture, ni vou have done In the past.
Should you decide to put on exhibition
In Philadelphia, during the centennial
exhibition, the toU" you have In view,
let mo assure you, your decision
will Ih fraught with more wisdom than
vonr ken. That fossil lielng about the
only thing of respectability and value
that will not be guarded from your
clutches'' In all this city; nnd as an ex
cellent specimen, of the work ol :i wo
man's hand, well and skillfully made,
will do you nsyourselectlon, much credit
bevoud n doubt.
I shall show my ippreelallnn of the
courtesies shown me bv the editor of the
Gazette, in permitting me the use of his
columns, by culling short till- lettter.
with its unworthy and uninteresting sub
ject, Mrs. Centennial, rllit hero nnd now:
tlrst subscribing myself
Yours to command.
December 30. ISTfi.
A WAR SECRET.
CJeueral Rourrl l l.oe'n l,ropo-rl
Hrlciiiillii-iii i.eiirr i Jf".
llAtl Afl-r Urllysibiirt-.
(Cliarlrs C .lour- hi ftcrlbntii for Ktlmury.
Alt hough the campaign into Pennsyl
vania was .not uiilrultfiil ol results bene
lielal to the Southern States; although by
the recent shock ol arms nnd this ag-
irresslve movement the Federal advance
iiiion Richmond had been materially d
lined; although the State of Virginia.
lor the time heluir, had been delivered
from the waste and and burden of ho
tile invasion; although General Lee had,
from perilous environment, withdrawn
his armv stroii'.' iu organization, proud
In spirit, and with eonlldenco unshaken,
and was in full possession or his legiti
mate line of defence, he could not hut
acknowledge that all had not been ac
complished Mhlrhthe late advance was
designed to compass. "Tills has been a
sad day lor u-, Colonel, a -ud day; but
we can't expect always to gain victories,"
was his remark to Colonel Freeinantle.
as sublime in his indlllerenceto personal
danger, calm In the midst of the hurry
and confusion of the scene, the Confeder
ate lender encouragul his men when,
torn and worn by the battle, they fell
back before the triumthaut roar ot the
Federal artillery which swept the whole
valley and sloe of Seminary Ridge
with'shnt and shell. A a soldier, and as
the chief captain ol the Confederate hosts,
he admitted that he had been foiled of
Ids aim: ami although, iu hN own lau-
L'uai'e, II a spirit ol disappointment and ,
discontent exi-ted iu his army, h'--
brother officers had been too kind to re
port it, and his troops too generous to
exhibit it. the tone of tho public pros"
aud the sentiment of the country indi
cated dissatisfaction with the result of a
campaign from which grander aeineve
ni. .nn imil Win bllndlr expected than
the troops and resources employed in Its
conduct ought, in reason, to have justi
fied. It was not iu human nature, iu its
most heroic dcvelopomtnt and conscious
of Its noblest.effort, to remain uinkr the
circumstances entirely indiflcrent to or
tmuffecUd bv such expression. A at
the tluw of Pickett's repulse he said to
General Wilcox, who In sorrow rejwrtcd
the almost total destruction of his brig
ade: "Never mind, general, all this has
been mv latilt; It U I who have lost the
light, and vou uiu-t help me out of It
the best way you can'' o now. at
Camp Orange, with a dignity, a man
hood, and a generosity the most remark
able; denying no responsibility, suggest
ing no excuses, Indulging in uo cctfrure,
he shielded others uy taxing upon him
self alone the soul depressing burden of
the general nil'foitune.
it was uuuer sucn circumstances mat
the following noble letter was penned:
CAMV OlIANliB, S Al'lllNT, ISffil.
Mr. PiiK-inr.si: Your letters of i!
.lulv aud 2 Aug. have been ree'd, and I
have waited for a leisure hour to reply,
but 1 fear that will never come. I am ex
tremely obliged to you lor the attention
given to the wants ot this army, and the
efforts made to supply them. Our absen
tees are returning, auu i iioim- the ern-
est and beautiful appeal made to the
country iu your proclamation may stir
up the wnoic people, ami mat iney may
see their duty ami perforin It. Nothing
is wanted but that their fortitude should
equal their bravery, to Insure the succes
ol our cau-e.We must ;:xpcct reverses,
even deteats. 1 hey are sent to teach us
wisdom and prudence, to call foith
greater energies, and to prevent our fall
ing into greater disasters. Our people
have only to be true and united, to bear
manfully 'he ml-l'ortiine- incidental to
war. anil all will come right iu the end.
"I know how prone we are to censure,
and how ready to blame others for the
non-fulllllmeut of our expectations. This
Is unbecoming In a generous people,
and I 'grieve to sec St., expression The
general remedy tor the waut of
success In n military commander Is his
removal. This U natural, and In many
instances proper. For. no matter what
may bo the. activity t.f the officer, it he
loses the confidence of hi- troops, (j.as.
tcr must sooner or later ensue.
"I have been prompted byj tlie-e re
flections more than once since my
return from I'cnu-vlyuiiia, to propose to
VourKxcelleney the propriety ot select
lug another commander for till- army.
I have seen and heard expressions of
discontent In th. public journals at the
retilt of the expedition. I do not know'
how far this feeling extends in the armv.
My brother officers hae been too kind
to report it, ami -o far the troop have
been to generous to exhibit It. It is lilr.
however, to suppose Unit It does exist.
and success is so neeessaiy to us that
nothing should be li-kcd to secure it.
I. therefore. In all sincerity, n tiuei Your
Kxccllcney to take measures to supply
my place. I tlotlili wllh the more earn
estness becau-e uo one U more aware
than myself of my inability for the duties
ol my position. I cannot even accom
plish what I mytclf desire. How can I
I'ullill the expectations of others'.- In ad
dition I tfti'lbly feel the growing failure
oi my uoiiiiy -trougui. i naye not yet
rccou-rcii iroin the attack I experienced
the nast slilllc. I am licfiiiimiir mnr,.
and more incapable ol exertion, ami am
thus prevented Iroin making the personal
examination- aud giving the personal
supervision to the ojierntioiis hi the Held
which I feel to be necessary. I am so
dull Hint iu making use ol the eves r
others I am frequently in!h d. iCverv-
thing, therelore. points to the advantages
to be derived Iroin a now coilltlianilcr.
and 1 the more anxloudy urge the mut
ter ujion your r.xceueney iroin my
belief that a younger and abler man than
myself can readily be obtained. I know
that he w 111 have as gallant and brave an
army as eyer existed to second his ellorts,
ami It would lie the happiest day of my
life to st.(j at Us head a worthy leader;
oiixili.it would accompllrh more than I
could jKrfoiiii, and all that 1 have wished,
I hope your Kxcellciicy will allilbute
my request to the true reason, thedc-lre
to serve my country, antl to do all In my
power to Insure the Mtceess of her right
"I have no complaluls to make of any
one but myself, I have received noth
ing but kindness Irom those above hie,
and the most considerate attention Iroin
my coni'ades and companions iu sirini.
ioyour F.xcellency lam specially In
debted for uniform kiudneis and consid
eration. Vou have done everything In
your power toald tne In the work com.
mltted to my charge, without omitting
any filing to promote the general wcL
fare. I pray that your efforts mny tit
l.il.n.l. I... ......... I ..Oil ... .
vuKiii in: rum lieu " sueec.i., mill
tint vou tnav long live to cnov the
thanks of it grateful proplc.
"With sentiments of great esteem, t
nnwery respectfully mil truly yours,
"It. Y Leo, (Jeiieral.
Mils Kxeelloncv Jeffron Davit, Pres
dent Confederate Stntts.''
Tho Peoplo'a Romidy.
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ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Sllca--lor tn John II 1'hlllU)
Aii't Dealrra In
HAY, CORK, OATS, FLOUR,
ME AX, BKAK, te.
AganUfor tAFLINTltAND POWL'Ktt CO
tCoraar Tantk Straat and Ohio
No to Ohio iJtuv,
E. .1. Ayrta. H. I). Ayre.
AYRES ic CO.
BOX and BASKET CO
"All klmla hanl uul null,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATII, tic.
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
ANNA, XXjXj. !
Rooting and O uttor ing a Specialty
Slato Roofiing a Specially in
any part of Southern
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
JobblaK Pro-aVtly Dun. ,
wii'l nwiiii li imiiilenliilitienlar, il,nl uImi.
Iir, II, U .fallll, Q il. Watb.M. lutlacaHU, luJ
lor Ihe iniiliial a.hautaie ol lhelnel-e, the pon.
and hm Convinced.
0r Mathun Uhl'i.
' N'!ei!ie.ltUt 'lr,,-C1" t'ofl'""'- reprt
j ESTABLISHED 185H.
! safford, morris
I AND CANDEfc,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City HaUon-,1 Za.k ItlMlLg, it-iUin.'
; Tfaa Oldant EaUbllaheU Airency in Sout
am iiiiDoia, rupraannuoir ov-ir
105 OOO OOO
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. O. XXuolia,
HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulldinfr, Cor. Twelfth Street
und WaabiUKton Avonuo,
tJ-foimly ami Itallroml WorL 11 Cinclallv.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholeaale an1 Retail Dealer- la
Foreign and Domoitio
WIIVKN OF AIX U1.DN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKflSUF. HUYTfl A CO. Iiare couilalitly
a Urge atock of the beat fwt In Urn mat-ket,auilgl-eesH-clal
alteullon lollie HliuUaaU
raucb of the uualnet.
The Kiml Nerve C'oiiiiiror. cures Kileitie. I'll,
tioniulalona, KpaMlinM. Vllua Dance, and nil
NervonalilMiiM'Hi llieo;ily known inmlllve rem
edy for Kpltepllc I'll. It liaa uevii leileil by
tliotiaanila nu'l hoa never lieen known lo Dill In a
slntile cane. Trial ivarkaxelVee. KncloDe alainii
lur clrrulura kIv.uk evlileueu or cure.
AUdre'l, UK. S.A. ItlCUMONI).
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Loading Journal of Southern
WIIUte3illatl iippo-e lue .oIUIfi ol tti
IttpnUInn paity, ami refute: to tram
lutltnl . j lit il.tUtlonot uiiyi lliiie Iu tbr
It lif,lic- that Hie Itvptiblicau palty till
fiiltllled It- ihImIou, aud that the iHffio
rratlc fiartjr aa uur ori(aul-ed abolilu t e re
stored to power.
It bellrtea tbc Itnllcal tfratinr tbat b
fr-r xvrral yeaia oi.nffij tbe Houtti
boutd be ovcrllirovvii abd Ibe (irojilc cl iue
ioullitrii State- peiuiltted to rootrol Ibell
ft helleea tbat railroad corporation
ebou'.d lu problblteU by legUtitlve artr
ui tit- from extortiue and tinjii'tly ducrlru
Inalliit; In lln lr butlueta trail. it'tloni wltb
tbc pul.lli-. .
It recOKi.lm Itie eijiialily ol all men b
lorn tliu law
It advoeatee free rotairerre tarlfl to:
1 event) e mil'.
It aiUoc'Htef remimpllon of ipeile pajr
uent, and lione-t payrutnt of tbe public
It advocate ecouorn; in tbe administra
tion ol pulillr. adulr-
AS A NEWSPAPER
Tlio llullutlii will publieb all tbe local new
el Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, Po
litical, Korclun and General Nti, and en
deavor to pleaae all taatea and Interest all
U a tblrty-two colutuu paper, ftirnUbed to
-utiKcrlhora lor tbe low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Po-tagr prepaid. It U Ibe rbeapeit paper
Iu tbe Went, and fa a pleating Klrtflde
VUltor and Family Companion.
Cannot tall to lee tlia ki. -Waled Induce
nuU otfered hv Tbe JJulletln In tbe way
ol cheap and profitable advertfaatnanta.