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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1878.
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OFFICIAL TAPER OF THE CITY AXD COUNTY.
Thos. Nalljr, Kditor.
Democratic Xominiit iona.
TOB STATE THFAmrB.
EDWARD L. CKONKK1TE. of Stephcnon.
job (TtmitTranirr or ttiiijc isfrTrcno!t,
SAMUEL It. ETTEK. of McLean.
Gold in New York yesterday, lOO.Sg.
Hox. B. 0. Jokes, of the Matsac Journal,
i rusticating and studying law.
And Magie, the PrintiT Expert, said to
Palmer, the editor: "Entreat rue not to
leave thee, nor return from following after
Tub Sun i agitated by the candidacy of
Hon.VT. J. Allen for Congress. If Joshua
is nominated he will take the scalp of the
Republican nominee, without difficulty.
Thk Massac Journal, a Republican paper,
says that Governor Cullora made a good se
lection when he appointed Mr. W. P. Bru
ner, of Metropolis, one of the trustees of
the Southern Illinois Insane Asylum. The
Journal is right. Mr. Bruner is a good
Democrat, and (it follows as a consequence)
a good man.
Whes good old Gen. Shields wanted a
seat in Congress to which he had been
elected, the Republicans said : Get out ; "
but when the good old man didn't want the
doorkeepership of the House, all the Repub
licans said : "The old man should 1 al-,
lowed to get Into this office." And when
the Democrats gave the place to another
man, the Republicans cried: "This is a
shame l-1 These Republicans are Greeks
tearing gift. They should be watched.
They are not to le trusted.
Hox. Tuomas HorsE, of Chicago, has
written a letter to Gov. John M. Palmer,
congratulating that gentleman on his repu
diation of the financial planks of the Demo
cratic Suite platform. Jlr. Thomas Hoyne
is nothing if not vigorous. He orders his
meals in the voice of the heavy man of the
stage, and walks the mud-covered streets of
Chicago with the appalling gait of a Forrest
in high tragedy. We need not say, after
t ailing attention to this Hoynie character
istic, that, in his letter to Gov. Palmer, Mr.
Hoyne is ranty. He inflates his lungs and
thunders in utterance. With all his loud
ness, however, he gives usbut little sul wtancc
in his rantings. With fierceness of aspect
he struts and shouto
"lie who dare thec bout displace.
Must meet Bombastc fare to face;"
and, Buying this, he shuffles off the stage
scowling, and a laugh follows him.
THE PROPOSED INVESTIGATION. ,
At last the Democrat of the lower house
of Congress have determined to make an
investigation into the presidential election
frauds. Resolutions, providing for the ap
pointment of a committee of investigation,
have been introduced, and will lie adopted
There arc many Democrats' who U-lieve
thut the presidential election frauds should
not be inquired into. They would rather
endure the sneers of the robbers who have
stolen the presidency than create agitation
by exposing the Methods by which the rob-lx-rs
proceeded in the accomplishment of
their outrageous crime. They point to the
conduct of President Hayes, and say: "We
arc pleased with him; let him alone."
We do not nyinputhisu with these easy-going
Democrats. Their disposition to wink at the
rascality of tho Republicans is the uroduct
of loose political morals, or else of a spirit of
cowardice, hviry Democrat in the land, and
two-thirds of the Republicans, believe that
rascality gave Florida and Louisiana to Mr,
Haye, and not a few people believe that
the pious fraud now in the presidential
chair, in conspiracy with men like Sherman
and Garfield, were parties to tho crime
If Uils is true, an investigation will show it
if not true, that fact will be made to appear,
Truth can in no manner suffer by the pro
posed Investigation. That liny Democrat
should object to it, is therefore a matter 'of
surprise. The opposition of the' JP -publicans
was to have been expected. They, lie
ing the rogues, have a right to denounce
the law that is aUiut to hang them.
SOLDIERS NEED NOT APPLY.
The gentleman who wrote to Tub Bcl
irns the letter from Chicago published in
another column, is a Republican of the in
nocent kind. He is, wo have no doubt,
given to the Republican pastime of extoll
ing the soldiers of the Republic, and has
educated himself to Itflieve that the leaders
of his parry really desire to re
ward the valor of the men who saved
the Union. This weakness this unsophisti
cated softness, we may say has led our
Republican correspondent into the belief
that the Republican State convention will
nominate General J. C. Smith for State
Treasurer. General Smith was, as our re
publican correspondent says, one of the
flag-defenders of the late war, and now
suffers from wounds received in that great
struggle. But tliis fact gives to him no
strength with the Republicans of Illinois.
They pay soldiers with a cheap currency
words. They praise them, and give the
offices to the men who stayed at home.
Of a'l the gentlemen anxious to obtain
the Republican nomination for the State
Treasurership, General Smith is the only
one who was a soldier.
Mr. Ridgway, the Republican machine's
man, is an estimable gentleman. He is as
clean as a new pin in person and character.
He shakes your hand with charming abili
ty. He wins you by saying: "Yes? in
the interrogative tone, with a lingering upon
the "sn that is original and unique. He is
also strong in prayer, but dashed with
worldliness enough to make him inoffensive
to the respectable sinner; of meek deport
ment, he walks with the careful step that a
man would employ walking in a hennery
floored with eggs; a good friend of his
friends, he always gives quid pro quo, being
careful to not bankrupt himself by extra
vagantly giving more that the bargain calls
for; a strong Republican, he has learned of
late years how to not hate all Democrats,
and within a short time has ac tually edu
cated himself to like a few of them in a mild
manner; a Gold Bug. he has a liberal hand
when the occasion demands. He is a good
citizen, a good man, a good fellow, a good
politician, and he is the coming man of the
Republicans for State Treasuier. He was
not a soldier; but he sympathized with all
the boys who were in the field. He cheered
them on to the battle, and remained at
home making money turning his dollars
over and over, doubling them every few
3Ir. Hamburger, the next man to Mr.
Ridgway in the favor of the managing
men of the Republican party, is a splendid
specimen of the Republican office-seeker.
He is the clerk of the Supreme Court for
the Middle Grand Division, and is much
esteemed by the judges, all of whom he
has kindly admitted to his friend
ship. He is a self-made man, and
is a bundle of nervous energy. He
is now lxiuncing about the State like an In
dia rubber ball; and as he bounces he talks
talks about himself talks incessantly
buzzes like a hive of bees, a bij
Idveof loud-buzzing tacs. He is not as
polished as Mr. Ridgway, but the connois
seur of personal beauty would, in our opin
ion, give to him the preference. He would
not quite, but he would almost, answer the
description given by Hamlet of the dead
royalty of Denmark, when he said :
"See, what a pace wa seated on hi brow;
Hyperion curl; the front of Jove himself:
An eye like Mar, to threaten and command;
A nation like the herald Mercury
New-lighted on a heaven-kiting hill ;
A combination and a form, Indeed,
Where every god did ocm to set hi seal,
To jrivo the world assurance of a man.
is a little more than Mr. Hamburger, but
it is so close a portrait that every one who
knows our friend will not recognizehimby the
picture. In short, Mr. Hamburger is a more
comely man than Mr. Ridgway, and has al
so other superior claims upon the party. But
it is not true, as he boasts, that his nomina
tion would induce ull the Israelites of Illi
nois to vote the Republican ticket. The
voters of that faitlt are not so clanitm. They
will not vote for u man simply because he
is of their nationality and religion. He is
lioustful when he makes tho assertion that
he can control their ballots. But there may
1e some foundation to tho report thut Col.
Bob Ingersoll, the anti-Christian, is anxious
to have Mr. Hamburger nominated. All
things being equal, Col. Ingersoll would,
us' a mutter of course, prefer Gen.
Smith, tho soldier, to Mr. Ham
burger, the civilian. All things, however,
are nut equal. Gen. Smith may have killed
a rebel, but there is no doubt thut the an
cestors of Mi. Hamburger crucified Christ.
Mr. Peters, the other most formidable
candiduto for tho Republican nomination
for State Treasurer, is in every way an un
exceptionable gentleman. It is true ho was
not a soldier, but ho might have been.
Several times ho was in imminent danger
of rushing into the army, and was probably
restrained by ids gentleness of spirit, for no
man was oyer cast inntler mould. He
was not made for the rude ways of the rude
world. The child of delicacy, he is almost
ethereal. He ia the soul of honor, an em
iKxliment of truth iri its most amiable
phase and a -walking proclamation of
tho I .'autles of gentlemanly refine
ment. Soft-handed, small-footed, kind-
voiced, gentle-eyed, Mr. Piters, while
he has much force of will and is an
incessant worker, skillful in everything he
undertakes, would probably agree with the
Fop, of King Henry IV,
" that it waa great pity, o It wa,
Thi villainous aaltpetre ahould be dlgg'd
Out of the bowelt of the barnile earth.
Which many a good tall fellow hath deatroy'd
Bo cowardly:, and bnt for the vile (rum,
lie would himself hare been aoldier."
As we write the odor of rose leaves grate
fully fills our nostrils, the taste of vanilla
ice cream made at the Tremont house
comes into our mouth, and before our
mind's eye stunds a man
"Fresh ait bridegroom; and hi chin, new reop'd,
Show like a tuhble-land at harvet-home."
The other prominent candidate if prom
inent candidate he can lc called is Gen.
J. C. Smith. He was a soldier, but he is
not Warded like the pard. He is a very
gentle gentleman. He is of reddish com
plexion, reddish hair and r.'ddish whiskers.
He is unfierce of aspect, quiet in man
ner, unaggressive in conversation, neat but
not gaudy in personal appearance, courteous
in bearing and very pleasant in social inter
course. During the late war he was a good
soldier, and is now a sufferer frm wounds
received on the field, a fact thut renders his
nomination by the Republican State con
vention improvable. Of late years the
Illinois Republicans have discuitinued the
practice of nominating soldiers.
THE PR( POSED LEVEE AMENDMENT
TO THE STATE CONSTITUTION.
At the election in Noveml.r n?xt, a vote
will be taken on the proposed amendment
to the thirty-first section of the fourth arti
cle of the constitution of the State. The
proposed amendment is to make the section
named above read as follows :
'The general assembly mar pa la' penniltln?
the owner of land to construct drain., ditche and
levee for agricultural, sanitary or mining purpose.
(tom the land of other, and provide for the or
ganiratioo of drainage district, and ret the cor
porate amhorilie thereof with powet to construct
and maintain levee, drain and didhe, and to
keep in rtpa'r all drain, ditche and Wee hereto
fore contracted under the law of 111 State, by
fprclal a-M-fmctt upon the proptny benefitted
The State Register, of the 12th ins:., ex
plains the proposed amendment, md to its
explanat on we invite the attention of our
readers. The Register says :
The proposed chanje from the preent prov1ion
of the conrtitut'.on. cottiM dimply in tie addition
to the preterit aection of a!!, after the woid . "land
of other." a aboTe.
Thi addition I rendered neeary by the inad
equacy of the exitir.e provlflon in effecting the
reu!t Intended or deired. The thirty-firt ectlun
a adopted in 1-TO war coLidered scitnt in It
copc and meaning, and under It the lt?ture en
acted an elalorate levee icd draiuae act. In ome
ection of the rtate'very exuniie Improvement
were projected, and Jarjre amount of money ex
pended in pursuance of the Urui f the act,
bringing under cultivation and renderltv valuaMe
for a-.Ticaitorai and other purpo . ttmn-anil of
acre of the bet land in Illinoi. IMMtflcf.cd per
mut riiied the question lliut the law wi unconsti
tutional, and the npreme court flrji.il o d r)td.
TLi decision Kit the Invcuer of iiundred ol
thousand of dollar wholly without re'iedy or power
to recover the money they Lai lnvetirf. under the
term of the law. It put a nop to the jreatly needed
Improvement in thi direction in all part of the
Suite. Land ntirrly vuluele for all useful or
profitable purpoe. which might luve been re
claimed, and which ought to be made taluatile. have
per force b-en left in their original wrth!cM stale.
Tl.; fault wu In the Incompletely of the coiistitu.
tiuiial provision, which doubtles wat lmeiili to
The only remedy then-fore remnltilug I au 1
to the people in their supreme foVeHgii capacity.
It b, their prerogative to ay by an expression of the
popular will at tiie poll In November. If the Inten
tions of the ro!itltiitioii maker ol PCn dull be ef
fectuated and made available.
Aud till I no srm'.l q"""ton. lilt ultimate
effect It I of greater importance than many of the
great Issue which from time to time have excl'cd
the deepest Interest throughout the stale. It In
volve the Improvement, the rerlutuallon, and ren
dering valuable for industrial use and for taxable
purpose of perhaps a tenth part of the territory of
A CURE FOR SLANDER.
The following very homely but singularly
instructive lesson is by St. Philip Neri:
A lady presented herself to him one day,
accusing herself of being given to slander.
'Do you frequently fall into this fault .' '
inquired the Saint. "Yes, Futher, very
often," replied the penitent. "My dear
child," said the Saint, "your fault is great,
but the mercy of God is still greater; for
your pcrmiK'c, do us follows: Go to the net-rest
market, purchased fTticken just killed
and still covered with feathers; you will then
walk to a certain distance, plucking the
bird us you go along; your walk finished,
you will return to ine."
Great was the astonishment of the lady
in receiving so strange h penance; but sii
cueing ill litiinan reiis-ming, she replied,
"I will olxy, Futher. I will obey" Ac
cordingly, she repaired to the market.
ooiignt tiic lowi uini set out on her joumev.
plucking it us she went ulong us'shi; hud
In a short time slip returned, anxious to
tell of her exactness in Heeomplishing her
penance, and desirous to receive some ex
planation of one so singular.
"Ah!" suid the saint, "you have been verv
faithful to the first pnrt of inv orders; now
do the second part mid you will be cured.
Itotrace your steps; p. through all tho
places you have ulreadv traversed, mid
gather up one by one. uli he feathers vou
have scattered." '
"But, father," exclaimed the poor woman,
"that is impossible, I cunt the feathers
carelessly on every side; the wind curried
them In different directions; how csn I now
"Well, my child," replied the saint, "so it
is with your words of slander, like feather
which the wind has scattered, they have
lieen wafted In many directions; call them
bac k now if you can. Go sin no more."
History does not tell if tho lady was con
verted; but it is probable. It required a
saint to give the lesson, one should lie a fool
Bot to profit by it.
Tiik Countess Helena Gazowska has
been arrested lately, at Vienna, for defraud
ing jewelers. It has lsecn proved already
tltut within a comparatively short time her
frauds at Paris amounted to about $40,000,
t Marseilles to 130.000, at ,Yverdun ; to
$12,000, at Nice to $7,000, at Monaco to
$4,000, at Brussels to $2,000. The Countess
disposed of the jewels thus olrtained to per
sons in good society, whom she made be
lieve that the jewels were Ler own, and that
she sold them in order to help the Russian
Uahvakd students have taken extensive
ly to tho bicycle for exercise in diversion.
Prof. Griffin, of Williams, Walker, of Yale,
Dt arUrn of Tufts, Fisk of Cornell, andLy
ford, of Colby, will go to Europe next sum
mer. Vimderbilt University, Nashville, has
just received $2,000 from Win. H. Vander
liilt for liooks. Cornell refutes the objec
tion to the co-education of sexes, Miss
Bracket thinks. She says that the girls and
I toys generally "take not so much notice of
each other as two ants on a heap of sand;"
but do not two ants on a heap of sand take
notice of each other?
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CORNER EIGHTH STREET. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE!
At the corner of Eight street and Ohio Levee, we
re now prepared to fill order for pure Ike Ice at
enable price and In unaiitie of from ten
pounds to car load lots and will guarantee to car-v
ourcu.tonii through the season. Leaie order at
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YOCIM & SERBIAN
Notlre I hereby given that the undersigned a
lk'nee of the estate of Claiborne Winston, bank
rupt, will, on
MONDAY. TUE3TII DAY OF MAY, A. D. 1PT8.
at 10 o'clock in the forennou. at the northwest cor
ner of tommervial avenue and Seventh street, sell
to the highr-t bidder for cash the following book.
ancollec.tcd note and accounts belonging to said
bankrupt estate, viz: 4 ledgers. 10 tlav book. I
land book and 1 alv book. Note and due hills:
Jos. Mi Keuile. $T; Johu Brown. $10; l)ld lloss.
: John t.ladiiev. fn ; Traniuel J. Parker.
tSi V. C. and V. H. R. acceptance, f a; M. I). (jUti-u-r.
$10; Johu 11. Davi. ti: J. Il Ketnble.
Book aceonuts: A. Casslnell. JW: Therou Purdee.
MT7: Alex.il. Robertson. 30: J,. W. Harbee,
S-t 5a!: J. M Riiidli huberf iK W: W.J. Stephens.
ivti M: t. II. Watkln. 15 (C: estate of Win.
Hdgcon. $.:.': Johu Kor-fvce. 17": T. J. Jeffrie-.,
f i.': estate of L". Tingler. : lletirv Starg,
Jl h): J. II. Watt. ; Mr. Kate Walsh.' Jiaug;
Estate of John V. Multh. $41 10: J. J. MeCormk-k.
212 o; Margaret L. Pblibrirk. g S: Jno. t itnp-
neii.tw-o; l. .v. -ulli. frM ,
; T. N. Gill. 44 S7; N. W. Carfr. Ill K:
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trie t- V- far.., I Kr,tit..tM V'i.... aif.
E. 1. !
I. Wood, $u: I. it Heim. ilu; Wm. Winter, lS;
H. 1'. llauna. $g; John B Cella. JiT i.
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OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on deposit March lt and Sep
tember 1st. 1 utcrest net w ithdrawn is added im
mediately to the principal or the deposit, thereby
giving then cunipocad luterest.
I-Children and married women may deposit
money and no one else can draw It,
WALTER HYSLOP, Tkeasckek.
INSURANCE AGENCY OF
AVells & Keijtii,
Royal Canadian irip;.
British America 2MSV
Millrsl-illfa Kircand Marine- Mlieville, N.J.)
-M1I1L lilt ( Asset. $l.g.S7.M.
I'll if m ' Philadelphia; established in 1"M )
I II 1 1 Ml ( As,et. frTO.lW.Ui.
1 Ut lllil II Asset $4l0.4CI !ie.
frPI'THftlt - . (Of Kpi'port. Ill i.
VI I 111(1 II i Asset $..V,,S77 SI.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
OffW-o in Aloxnmtlf p County Hank.
k i s- l;
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Mr. Carl ion,
Orders for Coul by the rur-load, ton or
in lioirsliemls for Kliiriiupiit pronijitly at
tciKk'fl to. To larjfe coiisuniers and all
iiiuniifiwlurerH we are jireimred to sui
I'ly any quantity, by the month or year,
ut uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Office nn wharflioot. foot of Sixth treet : office of
Ilulllday Brother, opposite St. Chnrlc Hotel;
Kgvtitlun Mill. Twentieth street: Coal Dump, loot
of Thlrty-i'lglith street, or post oltlre drawer o.
J(EV YOltlv STORE,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VEIIY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth irrrt and I Ptiiixx 111
Commercial Ave., f tUllU, 4
C. O. PATIEH & CO.
Decorations for Antique Pot
tery, China, Glass and other
Ware; Gold and Silver Paper,
Tissue and Glazed Paper, all
Colors; Sheet Wax, Single and
Double Thick, all Colors and
and Shades; Moulding Tools;
Silver and other Wire; Flow
er Cutters; Anchors,. Harps,
Lyres and Crosses; Moss, fine
Colors; Wax Flower Instruc
tion Books, etc; Splints, all
lengtlis, White, Walnut, and
For all these go to Barclays'.
Bald Heads. Attention !
Carboline at Ilarclaj's'.
Plain and Fancy Stationery;
Papateries in large Variety,
attractive for their Beaut v,
Novelty and Superior Quality;
Mourning Papeteries; Letter,
Note, Fools aud Legal Cap Pa
pers ; Envelopes, Pens, Penci Is ;
French, English and Ameri
can Inks; Scaling Wax and
Wafers of the Olden Time;
Chalk Crayons, White and As
sorted Colors; Rubber Bands,
etc. If in Want don't bnv un-
til You have Seen and Priced.
For all these go to Barclays'.
Gray Hairs !
Xow's Your Chance I
Cauholink at Barclays'.
Lubin's, Atkinson's and all
Imported and American Per
fumes at low Prices. Call and
For these in Original Bottles and in
Bulk, go to Barclays'.
Dandruff Out ! Depone !
Carl olino at J JarclavV.
If you want a little Varnish,
Furniture Polish, Linseed Oil,
TurpentineAVhite Lead, Paint
or Colors of anykind, a White
wash Brush, Paint or Varnish
Brush, Stove Blacking. Shoe
Dressing, Sewing .Machine Oil,
or any of an Hundred other Articles
in Daily Use, go to Barclays" Drug
Store, cither on the Levee or on Wash
ington Avenue, and Get What You
Want at Prices to Suit the times.
Carboline for the Toilet.
Feather Dusters, Ostrich and
In very Large Variety and at Hottoiu
Trices. Ask and Sec at Barclays'. ' '
Barclays' is the IPIaco.
Buy your Summer Disinfect
ants, Copperas, Carbolic Acid
Powder, Bromo Chloralum,
Now in the Time on these Goods to bay
Cheap at Barclay's.