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THE' DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
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PROVISIONS. pRODICK, ORAIX AND
M JiliL I lANDlsK d EN li RALLY,
rivy wt.i. h thi' will l vi? rareful an. promit l
1 I n'.iji Tin tt'B prepared In ni.itu liberal
end w:!' uf Ihi'lr be.t ejorti for Ih Inlerr.l of
Hi yr-t: ft'jrlD l.'i'm wuk cuumuaiftm
lVf'T. bjr pirmln'ion. to NaT1o4(. B.e,f Atj
;c,U. NaTI'.SAL Eli.M1wi IliSS. of AUJlula il
(JAIIIO ST. LOUIS 11. II.
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
'I'HK trim. l tb! ruad foasan t hi. Leula and
1 K.it M 1. i.til wlm all othr lis Ui It KAsT,
N'vH7U AND sot. TU.
Tbrou-a eprM Cairo l''0f I m.
Ttroua ipre rn. at mi lit Ltili (:pu.
MdrIiH..ro arrowraoiialion lea.e I tiro il.lp m.
Mur-jtij.t.ofo axe me l Murnbr.boro Sipu
Thrush .-Ipre.i i- kui Si Loci . . S U a m.
Tb.u,jn ipre.i arnte. at Calr V1"pm
Murpbriboro see. let?. MgrpBjaboro ... S:)sm.
MurpbjrttHiro ace. art, alt air 1J V. p a.
TV'r Vf UU'1 THi alo and Kl Loola
Ur..1I li JlDTlk, Hllrol it lu. onlr ALL
KAIL I'.OlTB htt.HO Calra and ft Loot under
wn. Lu:.i;mi-nt ; tbneators Ur rt do le:ari at
w i'i'.iuii awaltlncorincllona from other line.
tST Hxwbfvrt o.i Nortk, .Nonkeaatacd Wen
duuM nut but tbelr Hi k.ia ntll tkejr k nam
:y-d oar rt. aod route.
.. M. JOHNHOX. (inner.! Mtatf-r.
B J KIMR. l.-pfl A; at. Calm. III.
ILLINOIS CKNTRAL R. H
SLoi'twl aod VnickMt Eoute to
St. Louis and CLicao
'I'ilK e-' r-tl miuuiu two1ilj tatu frPM !'0
I TU 3rt 1IOL KS IN AUVANCT.
,., y.il. with ";. .m-!!. f'T
. . -.i .'n bu so :" I' lu i ii'inn l
FAST TIME FAST.
f. J( U to it, Ea.i i
au.ed tf itB.-t.jr jiiiiu(t . it' :
liain ll" I 'I0 .rr.'M m."- i ;
l'ii'!r iuoiua ai
14 at I anr n uoar. in i-
411. r .11 ulljr nil' r rvu.w .
f- TrtinieM. oi mbi " "-.-.
i -r iluie tku i ma a ,r '"fi i
4i i uiirion or a deana ui aji.iMil ie pablie I
u.r ju. i
.1..."., .s ,.: m i .iwniiki a ;i i ai iiii
Ka'tri i t
II .JnSiS. Tli Iret At jl
i- M 1 1 T,V tii hoitst worTt t
IT Mil Vs: I'll ORTlf'T TO LOTIfi
Yi M 1 Irii" Vlll-t. OrHllVHATI, AL
T I M 1 : J-. AND WASIIlli;TO!.
J I I T BHOKT1IBT 10 lDI4C
VOI.'k, AND UO.- I'tik'
SIX HOURS SAVED
o?.r rralm f il tbi kia Hi aai
IV l'''i.'n .T uthvi laolaaa aiaka iniiiier.
I Min. muei ruiu .ll'ibl. w.'tinf from one to air
tour, al .mall i on yij '"" 'rMI "f tou
1 l.'M li'4 1 I.'P '') PACT and Ukf our 4:45
Iv I .Al VjM1 oO , m I,,,,,, rearhlni Kmii.
vi, l... Inill.ii. iM.ii.. Cliirimiail and I I.Tille 'i"
Hut Trait:. Ieae ami rri i l !" " lollow.:
V.hI leave 4:4."u m.
ii,lil iirr'vj, UCinip.ni.
IlimiiirU ill ken iiid i kwka t all lnirliil
F'MIl.tKII. H.I..M0MUII .1.
(mi I !'- Arei "'-'
L. U. I HI BC H Paaetitr Agepl.
JST. L.,I.lf.-V SOUTHERN.
Kipre" leae Cairn dai . . :li p tu.
Kin"i arm- at t.irv &.,i)Ll,J
A I HO CITY KK11KY CO.
I'.iwt I'ui.rib t Mie.mrl I apd (. Inl'i. t l.d (.
:) a. in.
a a. in.
1 1 p. tu.
t p. hi.
1 p. m.
I a. a.
i p. iu
IV a hi.
1 ft. hi.
WATCIIM. JKWEI.RV, FTC
EDWARD A. Bl'DEJi
(Si5ccf40r to U. 4 W. UudiT),
MANl'FAl'Tl JUN'(i JKWKLKH,
Aoi Dili?rn in
Watfhes, ( locks, Fine Jeveli'
Cor. KU'hth St. and WaIiiiiyton
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH 6TKEET,
Uitwi'D rommorplI iud I fit,t Til
WMhlL'.uu.ri:, ( V tUIO, 111.
FIXR WATCIIWOUK A SPECIALTY
tVKtigrnliij iid iU klud or fpiirim ui-tly
tr All klndi of Solid Jewelrr mttl to ordi-r
WH0L1AU WI.NMAND UVLOItS. ""
SMYTH fe CO.,
WholKtl tni 8til DMlen U
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Winerf of all ICind.-,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MBUKKfl SMITH I'O. hi entotl lir;
tori of th bit good In tbi n;trkl anrl
Mpiv-UI ttUBtiui to tti wiolmli linni-b of ib
PA1XTN. 0IM, WALL PAPER. KTt'.
l K. BLAKE,
Y into, Oils, Varnishes, Brashes
Win4ow Glaiw. Window Sbades, Etc.
Alwtv. hind the celehralod ii.iihlN4Tinh
tnm' Jaildini . Cms- I
errial A'r.. I
NSl'HANC:: AoEN'C'Y F
Wklls iV: Kki.tu,
i iorjl'iutrral, c.n I
I Capital. IfiwiVjlMinld.
BritMi America aP7&&
U:il.-:iK. i Kir .ud tla:lnritlii.-ril!t. N..1
.11 1 1 11 V ijiv
Ai t. $.U- tv, 114
t(;f New Toik CitvV
I .! $11 "(..tM It
I'll ion 1 'uf l'hlladeVhia; e.iaM'.h.-d in 1 H.)
I II It'll , AmiII. J-W I..ii.
F'l'i.ioiion'w;' i Of I). rmn O l.
llt'llian i A ! .. $410.1 i.
(lnmm.,y' i Of rreenort. JII.V
M IIJUIII , A'ela (Vi
lilKS WHiri'EN AT KA IK KATES.
)ttii i n i lixinttr 1 'ottnt r UnnU.
w .2 J
i eC c?
kAI.HO.N AMI VK.rAl RANTS
VI I aaai nr
w'lkJKS. LlylOIW AM) CICAHS
l i.a.uul!.' u kaail: alao h'i rm.tanllt nn bni.il
laife a ti 1 1 1 1 r ol
I'll HI. LRM1IIKOIuiKS,APrLEs,
I B i.' W!I,
AI e Old Ila.oaiM llol. H Ohio r.OTee.
TVe i kolee!. in . I
liriltil! yet innt-t rlelli-aie j
'fill wrftiiiii for ii.i'im I
III" hauilkeirlil.'l t t!r
nllet and In I',.' ..ii.
dellrktrnl and hmlihriil
lo the alik room. Niew" :
weak i.ft, fallk'Ue, pnMlratlon. nervntiriien. m il 1
kei larhit. l-oii ntt fm eownieifiO. Alwar'ai k
tor Hui Ida W t.f. pmpai.il hr tke aol pinp'lf .ir.,
kteora I aiiu'in aiaip. X York.
Pur ; lir pvalaanM-i. ,i(fla aa4 laT Mda
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESJAY ilOKXINU, JULY 8, 1873.
J-'Ot.'ItTll OF JUIY
CKLMIJKAT I ON
l iiiler tin Aaspldn of t!i
Knights of the Mvstic Kivw
(J v co m
AT ST. MAUY'S PAliK, CAIBO, ILLS.
HV rcinct orimTltlzriK uf Culm tl,i nlmrc m-U-ly
(in .'lii niKli-rtuki'ii tin- cvli l'.rntJcin tin'
l.l.oHiuI H KOI'KTll. I.UmthI (iinlrllmlloi mi
tin' pi of iurclllzfiii' Hill cunlile llm Kri-w In kU,
i mi-liratiuii ttml will I'vllpHH .11 ihi-lrftiruitT i-Hupik
uii l Ii'i.inii will be fliur.-d In muki' (lie Mllnlr llic
uimnl:i MOST KN.IOYAHI.K CGl.KllltA-
Tl' iN KVEK dlVEN IS CAIIto. Tin llm. of ttt
ti.,i liiiiiiiri' BiiiniTim.. A I, HAM) PAIIAllK. In
Kliii h It U ripvclnl tbiil nil tin- niK-kili-. In ihf rlir
'ilpirtinimtii. KKAIHNUTHK UKCI.AHATIUS'
W INUKI'KNDKNCK liy one of I tiro 111.1,7 ml.
1 v.o! .ml piipnlir roiiiiir Itdli'.. to b fnllowi'il l,r
UKATIONs BV ll'KAKKHS OK MATH'S AL '
lir.WTATIOS. The fiur.t
HfSTItlNIi bd Hit ASH MrKfCIri thu rltTham
bn ii mif.i'i'il. Mid a FINK DAM ISO KUtOlt, ju
by 1UU firt. will hi- iTPCtid fur the plmnnri! of Dim.p
ho d'llhl to trlpth II7I1I lanlaHllr Iw IKiltHR.
llAl I.Mi ruimlug rue- half mile bi-.l, lirnt two
In liiri-f. $lu mi cnlriiii-r, ill td'li il Iit the Mvptlc
Kp'W, i.-foiid knrnxUi vi! Uki'i". 5 to enter. 3 to
tart AIo TH"1TINI inl P.M'ISO ItAi'KS,
rrr hacks, kat mkn's hacks, wiieki,.
RAKKdM' HACKS. SACK KA KH. CATCII1 Sti
l.KKASEI) HHiK. OUMHIMHiKKASEI) Pol.KH,
dr., etc SullaMn in iiiliiin will b wrtled the
vl tor. In the love porl..
The efiiiiiL'' en-rclei'i will open with the
inihecltr. Arratijf'uirnt. btfe heeii niarle to lie
KXCI HK.NS Kl'.N ON AM. TUB ItA U.ltOAllS
KNTBHIMi THE CITV AT UHUATI.Y KEDIC
Ei) iiAiES OK KAI'.K. The et.-amrr JAMES
KISK. .IK . tn.t ferrr TIIHBK STATES will rsrrr
I'As.sEMiKNs AT IIAI.K FAKE. Nothing tliit
run 'M to t f 1 hmuH-mcnt and comfort of ur flelt
or. wnl i vuntinir
COM K ON K. COME ALL nd enjoT OOOI)
OLD FASHION EU I'KLEflKATION. '
T. 11. LOVETT,
FTi. DEZOM A,
( HAS. (ilLHOKFKE,
FRANK M. WALKER,
am. M. FRY.
Committee of Arraiur'm1iil'.
DAY OF SPORT
July 4. 1878.
Barbecue and Dance
"IIAVINO r.'Dio'!il uirdiiirln hall from it" f irmer
' 1 .ile. to a .lint mor .uiiaiile. an i haiu euliie
Iv reruoiiclrd llio bail. I ill on ibe
loui'tli ol' J uly,
(iivn au old time Hcr'iartie and I). tire, to wbirh I
(urdlallT l:i rile .11. sKaran'e'in nil who ailenil a
Uar of 'i.-iiniiie plea.are .nd ni-r-ailmi.
Ail 0jr alVmnon n .we i"le.n th rim t rare mare
inrm.irir ou,u iy e n d.,.. i,.r
D-.are for a -it h Mc ill K-run.
Uoir.'-i. iiihh hi niiiiniiaui v will lie i ine unrp,
r.l nf iIkhh who iinj .,bi ihem. .1 the mini n anou
E. V. WIf.Bl'KV, Proiri, tor.
HE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
t 'nun, lUinoii.
CAPITAL. W 100,000
W K II.M.I.ID.W. l'n.iilent
li. I. HAl.I.ITiAV. Vlee Kre4ldfDl.
WAI.TKK IliM.O!', Cu.bin.
1)1 kill 'IXiIlS:
'Tiar 'iTl.na w r. lal.l.UiiT,
miKT i.. r a vi. mi. T. k n. rrnKixanaH.
o. n. wn.i.urw. miriiK bimi,
i a. i. anr it,
F.jhi-jr, Coin md ( nlled St-v BomiIh
HOl'l.lT AND B.ILD
lieauaia. ef.4 i.a i aenaral haakisK liia
jl.MXAKDER 'OfNTT HANK.
1 ATeoB f4 irJcLlii SM-Mt.
F. HHOSH i'r.'.iili'iil.
P. V KKF. Wi e HreKMlei,!
. II. ELI.. Ciiehler.
T. .I. kKKTU. Ap.i.taki Ctakier.
F. HrnM. ( ,i!o: lib.i'n Kiajc ( aim;
I'eliT Ned. t'.iim: Villlii'ii Woff calm:
A sii.nitk:i. Cilro: ti 1 . Llilltiigalev. St. l'r ;
K. Hiirlei . I in : F ti lirlakaiaa. Ml l.uaia :
II. ".', 1 . i alio, .1. I'ltaiaou. Caimtotna.
A l.iHKHAI, KA1KIN6 BI'klMbf OokK. Vi
t i liaiife ...hi ni.1 ii.intlil. laiari .t ijaHai ia- ll.e
furinir IJ.'tmrt m-n t . t nli
iloti Biane. aid nil
llll.ilil". HIIllpllT Kll('Ull"tl ll
."NTEI.'I'IUSE SAN tN'.s BANK,
I WlariMt a)reb 41. 1KH.
0FVJCK li- CITY NATIONAL KAKK,
i 'a.i ei i, 1 Uitioia.
it i -v -i . i i . I KTHUKHT piil'l mi ijepiMlt. Mmvh 1. 1 ami Kep
jJSx )A ; 1 lemher lat, I no rel not lltidruw n l ad.li d i
nierttnli'lv to Ihe inlni lpiil of Uie ilepiali. ibrietr
VbIim , I lilYinu lii',ii lamil'iiiiliil iiitiT.'i.,
rT (Itildren ami marrlol ntiiaeii my ilepojrlt
av.Rejr (n4 PUf rile cmii ilrtw ll.
WA LTm H VLOP, Tnr.Ai iu.
CIIK'ACiO OltAlX AM) ntOUIXK.
CiK.ton, July 2, 10:00 .m. Pork -Jul,,
f.i August, ! :I7J4'; Si-jiti'in-cT
t r,iK. Wli;at -Inly. HHc; Aw
yusi 8.,'f. Corn Ju!v, Jiii'u'f; August,
C';nAf.(i, July 2, 2:U0 p.m. -Pork -Any-t.
ify y)(i'-) 2i't Scjiii-niluT, '!"
d'.S . A'!i.'iit - r)0 July, askpi) ; An
giisl C V Ct, f-2 ?Bf. Cum -July, Jirti
Jivekwoj., July 2, 2:01) ii.m. Whiitt
"Firmer; winter, l Jil&lus; Hpriug, 8
l;l(&!i 21 ; Calit'orniii vi'rni."', a 1 Iltf.l0s
:jd ; California club, 10s :jd10s8il. (Virn
new, 22 C(l22 fM; old, 27s :ii(!527s 9d.
'KW VOKK OFtAIN AM) I'ltODCCE.
New Youk, July 2, 12:00 m. Wheat
nominal; No. 2 Chicago, t 00; No, 2
Milwaukee, $1 01 ; rd winu-r, 1 041 07;
amber, fl 001 Oft. (.'DrnquietjBtennicr,
I . , v joi. v o Ai'rin
43Jic. So- 3i 42!c; '1 44Jg4.)l
THE NATIONAL CIRCUS.
I'TJOORES OF THE POTTER INVES
MR. JKSKS COMTIJU ES HEK I.ITIT.K fTORT
PACK.iltD BEFORE THE U'VIKI ASA fOf
MITTEE A BATCH OK RACY COKHEWON
HENCB I KKAhTIIED sriCT I.ETTEBU FHOM
ANDKUSOS TO MRS. JB.VKS.
Wamhikotox, July 1. Tln Porter com
mittee reumrd its fMsion to-da.
with his right hand uplifted and eyes
closed heard the chairman recite the usual
oath of the witness and then refused to be
sworn ia Jiat form. Ha was excused from
further attendance, pending consideration
of his rase by the committee
Representative Foster inquired regarding
the published statement of Gen. Hutler
that a certain well-reuiemWed speech by
Mr. Fiter hal been prepared by a
prominent southern Democrat. Gen. Hut
ler aasuretl Mr. Foster ihat he labored un
der a misapprehension.
Mr. Foster was also assured that there
was lo atten.Ion to call him as a witness.
reappeared and retired after testifying that
he l.i a brother named Adolph R. Mur
.Jnri?, lormerly Vr,ited States mail arent.
Slid ret;ently appointor! in the N Orleans
custom he-use, but she had not iieen advised
of .he appointment, which he should have
had long ago. She had sought his ap
pointment but wm unsuccessful.
THE 1.01 IsiANA arL-fOumriTEB.
New Orj.kans. July 1. The Potter iib
committH' met at 10-:i0. Messrs. llh.ck
burn. Heed and Stenger were present.
MOV. I'AI KA11D
was recalled to prtvluee a numbr of pa
pers to which he referred in his tesiimony
ou Saturday, including the returns of the
election promulgated in the joint resolu
tion of his legialature. calling fm triKipk.
The witnesa did not have a copy of the
governor's letters transmitting the joint
ifsolrnion to the president. The promul
gated returns of the Ilemncratic committee
did act giva the names of t!ie three men
from the Seventh ward who names were
pnt upon the mil of the Nicholl linn, but
showed that threo Republicsis were cleet
ed. This chaave was esential to nuke a
qaorum for the NieJtoll bouss. AVhen
Kellogg was sleeted her wer seventeen I
senators present and M members of tha !
la reply to a jfiioii by Slengei a to!
wbeu lit Irst beard elf the defr 't in the eer- J
titieatairt' the elf.'tm. the wituesssaid it
aru arhaa tiu. A Ililei'-iin letiirned '.
to few Oriaan from Ma.li- '
MayVAo: was aol praaeat tiunng the.
piepaminn of the new i ertiQcsUi; a st j
the cus'wu buse st that time and saw l
lory lirtle of theae uisiier. Kve J. P. Har
ra aathiiri y aa his attorney, to sign the j
prol'st for bim of the polls and iarishes; i
tliiaks llov lellagg sig led aume protesia
assleet.ir; nitui s.'cann H of the election i
law if l7i, siiibori.inp ( suilitisles to I
cask sack u ttleats; dest nl.-ed the iliflcr
eai I eti the prutvls msi'e by the
alecfiim nfllisr -. and 'ie s' 'd of protest he
atsde. wss test Le aieirlv li ueaied Jie rc-
turaiti.tr btiard t.i defer s. tiou until Ue could
be heard: he did not ciur'dcr such s paper
I a piotrat: hid s conn,ov,oii a
1 1iilin in rairard to 'he ra..ei.i
h Marshal i
;o I a nil- '
i sirlered by tke reluming 1. airl : in regard
1 tu Ansieisoa a proleM Pitk'n lold him An-
i4en,ou aiwhad to reelgiin tun p rot cat, but
he ifitkiiO refused 1 1 retuin it !a Audersun
at rhat time: the i!aess' a .oini'V, ha-ri.,
attended te all such waiter-, for laiin; Kel
t.fir va, a i '.iiii ti4 late for senator several
BiisiOil liefoie th" election; the wit
aupp u'ted him for the
long ia. ai. never iiinl' him any
ptomise of aupi ; he never asked wit-
nis to make such promises; Mrs Jenk
ca'lcil al his Im. use one moTniiL auil told
hnn he win, gome to Washingti.n ; duu't
ivcoili'i f an; p.-cr, coiivcrMitiwi with her;
when iu Washington, in February, Mrs.
I"iik made some reference to the Sherman
h Her; th wit nee' imprc'-ioii ieshn talked
niysterioiisly about it; the iin,rfaioli she
made on hi mind was thsi he ancwnolli-
ingal'out the etter;ehe wisildiiiil .iy who .
had il, and this mude ilHrsa think she ,
knew nothing alioul it; Ihe liri.l he ever
heard of the letter stae iVniii a h tlcr Mrs.
Jenk.' wrot'' to nv. Kellii;;: Miv. Jenksj
inlimali d to k itne'ii- that she wsutej hint
pmiuted eolleclrtl'. Iml he ewpex ially fe
qlleel.'d her Dot to speak til BIIV of the
"'li.'i.'. on tlie subject; did u.il ia!i any
f J J "T
OTACir IV Allr(
lady advoi.ates; rlMn't think such influence
would do him any n.
Wabiungtok, July 1. --Tin.' following: is
the Andcrsorj-Jt'iiks cornrspomleuite:
ANDERSON Til KI.EI).
The N'oinit Amkkicav, (
PlIILADKLI'llIA, Jlltrch 2"), 1H7S. (
Mv Dkak Miis. Jknks: -I huvu ln-cn in
Vnliington for iim: lnys, hi'inc hiive not
answered your nn t anuiini: letter. Kvi
dcntly your visit to Waihiiion ciuised
you ! lo.e your temper. I don't know
when I lauglicd so hearty ns I lid nl'ter
rt'iiiiin"; your letter. Hle-ip your inniK'ent
soul I y u shouldn t set mad, It don't do a
jmitiele of j;ool mid spoil the emnplexion
of the women. They do say tint Sherman
1'iKileil you hadly ; that you (jave him the
letter on promise to pay, and that after get
ting it lie told you to
WIIISTI.K KOK YOUl lUNOllATS,
Now I can imagine a mysterious wuimm
of Louisiana, chuck full of damninii proofs
of conspiracies, etc., who traveled a hun
dred miles for the purjsiseof straightening
tilings generally, whistling for dinghats.
Jewhillikins! I don't wonder you got mad.
Sherman is a sly old coon, who knows the
soft side of the gentlersex, and with visions
of sinecures, etc., in the prospective, I am
not surprised at the old sinner's success.
And so you are coming up fortified. Y'ou
have no idea how my hopes survived when
I learned your decision. Come by nil
A HAIIHEL OF DTIf AMITH
hy express anil fortify yourself with a return
ticket. You ought to hear M. S. tell how
you tried to bulldoze him out of a pass. I
enclose you an article from & Chicapro
paper, which you can hand down to your
posterity as an heirloom or use all the same.
Very truly, yours,
(..nr E. Anderson.
A NOTE TO THE SENATOTt.
On the same sheet with the foregoing
etter is written the following:
1 Senator: I send you Mr. A.'s letter to
me and a copy of my reply thereto, which
I mailed yesterday. Pleaae return to mc
and oblige A. I). Jshss,
Leek Hoi 3.W6. N. O.
AN EXPLANATION WANTED.
The following is also written on the same
Senator MATTni.vs: May I trouble
you to explain that clause in the fellow An
derson's letter in regard to me requesting a
pns from vou? How did you chance to
mention it f Wm it necessary you should
do bo! Not that I care, but knowing
the fellow as you and I do, I must
say I am , somewhat astonished. I
deemed whatever I said to you regarding
my own private affair would at least be
inviolate aa it is not often I mention them
to anyone; but it don't matter. I wiafa
you to write a definite answer to my first
letter to you, mailed the lfth. Be it pro
or eon! I wish to know. Plaase. return
these inclosed letters to uie. I always keep
s duplicate of aught I write to such rep
tile. They may be of use hereafter to me.
Yours, A. D. .Ie.nss.
uh4. jknks to anderson.
Mr. Andp.RsoN Yum I'avoi 0" llie 8rh
at hsnl. 1'ermit me to 'advi you to
keep cool, pray have no fears for me.
1 know how d'sinterested they are. 1 am
not afraid, being armed anil well pre
pared. Really I was not aware I even as
sumed to Ik- a shining light to guide be
nighted beings like you, though I think I
hou'd tin so, for you have not good sem
Ym talk far too much in regard to the
custom house and the mighty ones who
make appointments t'icre. They may all
go to his satanic majesty.
N. B. -I have an idea I 'vill exist with
out their aid. Certainly dipt .lcnk never
requested anything from the lights of the
world nml demigods of fame. They vtl
not dD much lor you. The 4th of March
came and went, yet it was not found prac
ticable to keep you in any manner. Poor
child ! Don't distress yourself about others,
who (tared not a rent which wav the wind
My compliments to your friend, Mr. Sy
phe;. I thin I have no message to send
et present, I'll be north ere long, but will
hate time to hear from you, should ;you
ffl.ke it convenient ta y ite.
Allien. A. I. JENtMB
The North Amsiucar,
I'n 1 1 dei.pu ia. ApriLlOth, 187s, f
Mits. Je.vks.---Your lu) two letters
inay not have Iwen funny. yon av, still I
lulied heartily over
em. and whs not
nia.i. now sir.'inge. considering yoii damn
ed Hayes, Sherman A Co., and wished them
to the devil. I naturally concluded you
wj mad. And .n you' would nut t'ke
tii thy lucre from my friends! Well, thut's
good. Why, I dil"'i, (ly tindei Mi.nd VoU to
name $.',0()i) as tltoaiim needed lo pv off
that mortgage, and utter recovering it you
would return tV'ini New Orleans and for
warn oiK'aiiii'ins turn wouiil carry con.ier
aatioit to the adminisira,'on. What in
atin' name did you t.xpcct to gain
by lyinj in the manner you did, f i yes
LIB MOST DAMNAIII.Y.
At the very time sun were tj 'ult to ell
that document another was there who had
it in his 'usiiou and declares von never
saw it; that be does not know "yon, and
, never hef-d of yvu until um gained im
' tnriety by attempting to bulldoze S. M. No
wonder the old coon :l mail. He knew
j all aboliont it. and knew that you
I kih NOTIIIMi.
I 1 wss not iiware of the actual stale of
I tilings until the day I aw you l;i-t, and the
I pruilmtiiiu of the paper itself eoiild not
j conviuee ii)i that you had the hardihood
In come mi Ui li a I'ool'i errand. There is
ia bnililing jui outside ol .lackson to
uhich I liiink V . . i had lielter be si-lit .
i And so you want to know Iioa Mr. S. came
I to .peak of the pv. for many reasons.
I Weil, if you will Mate your i"lsin and
i liiev lie giHl one-. I may give you the
' information. 11, iw c. I tliink oii h id
lielter retire to tie' !iaili of piival" li1!'
and lln'ildlc no inoie tvilli poll'iis. I
oil 111 I'ecoiiillieliil
A SIIUM Ml II I'll
lad;. . It snmeiiui" cnit". i i mild form.
Yen tr.ilv joiik.
! Signed . ' ' .1 . K. A.
a I'Evn or a mi:s. i
From tiik Ndiith Am Kit it an.
rniiADrTi.niiA. .iiarcu io, intn.
Mt DbAR Mv. Jenks:
NEW SERIES NO. 5
I inclose your extracts from the Times.
Have the .New Orleans papers noticed it
If so send me what they said. Y'ou uw's
a devil of a mess out of things gener
ally in Washington last spiing. When
I left New Orleans I told Tom I would
help him. Had he and you con
fided and trusted me, ho would, within
the next two weeks, have held a position in
the custom house. Asit is you have aimp
ly made it impossible for ine to do any
thing for him. Yoti had letter write to
Mr. S and send such messages aa you de
sire Do you know I have changed my
opinion of you? You are not even ordinar
ily xhrevd, after nil. I have pood reasons
for saying this, and you will, too, I am
afraid before many days. It is more than
probable that I may be in New Orleans in
the next month. In the meantime you can
write, should you rind it convenient.
Hastily, etc., Jas. E. Anderson.
CHEKKPI L COMPl.IMBWTS.
New Orleans, April 15, 1878.
Mn. A-Ndehson Permit mc to congratu
late you on the discovery of your Eldorado
letter, which had so long existed in a bright
ssit in your imagination. Do you exclaim,
'I that the letter, which I have Ixiforo
me!" Ah! there are thousands of them, if
you only know where to find them. Like
the Irishman, it's many a foinc leather you
might have got if they had been given to
you, but alas! there's the rub! Nay, I am
not mad, and really have the highest ad
miration for the administration. I regret
to perceive, my good air, that you, like
many of your brother lunatics, think lliavtj
changed. You deem others, mad and only
yourself sane. A common cae, but for
bear, I pray thee. Thsro ia a place in
Haton Rouge I deem a suitable residence
for you, I imagine.
Till KgOCLATIOI CWTtJUE,
thereof should well become yoar bright
blonda beauty, and in the solemn gloom of
that grand old pile, you might meditate in
peace on the fleeting uncertainty of hitters
and politicians. Many thanks fbr your
kind and disinterested advice, though I am
unable to avail myself of it, from the fact
that I so much admire tlie science of pol
ities, that I feel I must bask in their sun
shine for a time, at least. I think a slight
shadow ot reason might return to you if
you would only take, a trip through tho
hills of East Felicina parish and let tho
bulldozers get hold of you onea more. I
imagine your ultimate cure,, under thuir
tender treatment, would lie cjrtain, and
A AB1AT BEN Elf IT
on your friwids. Y'our ideivg seem very
much mixed, judging from the wild man
ner you intermeddle with my private affairs
and with political affairs. I am too good a
Republican to think for a moment of my
own interest when I feel that tlie very Ijfo
of a republic and th well-beinr of my
own party are at stab. Heboid in me a
N. B. I would suggest tbat you keep
that man with the document iu, sight.
Stick closer to him than a brother. 0ab
him to your soul with hooks of steel. Let
your understanding wjth him be parfet t
enough. Should you get tha document let
no man grab it from you, but hold the
fort with much dignitude.
Hoping you may in time recover from '
your mental indisposition aud soon regain
your unusual intellectuality, 1 am, with
much sympathy, yours,
A. D. Jknks.
I am not interested in aught Senator M.
may or may not have- said : so, don't distress
After this word follows a bird in tin.' act
ofswollowing a fly.
A NOTE TO STPIIEK.
New ObLkUNA, April 2U. 1877.
Mv Dkau Sih: Your favor of March
1 was received by me yesterday. Since
the Irllh I have been up the coast on busi
ness for my mother. 1 uturned last even
ing, ami among other letters in mr box,
found yours. So you. will, I trust, pardon
my seeming neglect and accept my thanks
for your kindness, but it. was not necessary
to avail myself nf it. I have of late receiv
ed some important letters from your arm
tic, client, to which I facetiously replied,
when really I should not have noticed thfru
in any way. Did Anderson let vou see my
letter of the 15th tohimf I Lave Imd n
leason to change the opinion of your clieut.
which was expressed to you whan,
you In mured oe hy a jjt,
Mr. Anderson had memtionad my
liasl'anil ami family to you, I ild tli
reason nf my visit to Washington and aowe
thi ig of my own private afl'uir. Owing tit
the circumstances, 1 deemed that due lo
him, though I am not in ife habit ,f
speaking of my business to any one; but I
sail not aware that I ever offered to sell any
thing to you for .VOO0. ns Mr. An, lemon
says. Knowing so well
HIS MINI HAl SEN Pliol.IVlTIKS,
1 doubt that you ever made itch a state
ment. In fact, it was quite impossible that
you could have done so, Exctisst ui" for
mentioning U,h matter, but nallv I wsir
aninewhnt annoyed that my private lusi
aess should be mixed up wi'ih other flifuirs.
1 regret to hear (,f ihe illness of your fam
ily, and trust ere. this they have recovereil
their usual health. The' weather is very
Hoping you are well, believe me, re
spectfully yours, A. 1). Jenks.
To.l. . Sypher.
in its executive session, to-dav, considered
Howie Raker's refursfl' to be' sworn or to
testify, and utter some debate concluded to
refer the t aseto the I'nit.'d States district
attorney for tic District of Columbia. The
piecedeiii for this course the committeo
titnl in the action of the house in the Kil
lill"n case. The commiitee iiImi decided to
take us much testimony to-morrow asp.rss'
ble. and then lo luljoiiin till Thursday, the
I KHIKnM.KlU4.VN I..U NPKY.
Mrs. Lettie Coleman lias reopened hr
laundry mi Fourth street, between Wash- .
ingl'iii -in.! Commercial avenues, and takes
this en ihoil of informing her old friends
and nai rmis that she is again .it their er
! vit vs. ami .
cits llicir nall'nilau
has reduced prii es to suit tiie times.
Tin fruit cans at A. Ilallev's.both whole
ale.ind retail, at bottom prices.