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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY M0ItXlX(i, JANUARY , 1ft70.
NEW SEIUES---NO. 171
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
ll.MNOl CKNTHAL H.UI.HOAl).
Kiri .':'' . hi. 1:111p.m.
,V.nil 4 : a.m. II 4.1 ii.in.
I-ti'li'hi r:liu.m 4 :fm. in.
I ''rcihl ti : p.m. .Vi'i ji.iii.
I'AIKo AN1J VINC'ENNEs KAIl.l.oAl).
Mail 10 : p.m. 4:4."u.ni.
ST. I.DI l, I. .M.AM SiOl'TIIKK.S 11A Il.llOAD.
Kxpri'MK :'H ii.m. '.':'ip.in.
WH'J AM) SI'. L1 IS liAll.llOAD.
'Wtrif.jh FJxiin'n' . : . p in. 1Min.m.
Hi.rpio.hor'i An .witnodati.it 1U:ji p.m. W : 15 jf.U).
Ex.ept Similar. fEx.'ept Ml.JliBl.
ESEHAI, DEI.IYEHY op.u . a. m.; c!im
' ' 0: III ) in. : ini'lny : in K a. mi.
Mm.i v Order D.'piirtmcu open at Sa. m.: rlo.er
r i p. in.
r.M-i Exerer lailr in Illlnol" ('!, I nil and
Y.irri.rloi.l -ui rui ItiilroMtr t Ion- a! 12::Sii l. in
I'hini ami Poplar I'.iull T!:;oi.",li m..i Wuy Mai!
l'nr ill IJ: ill li. Ill
War Miiil 'u lllini'l" Centt:.!. C'ro r.ii'l V!n-i.iiu-r
mid Mii-.fippi l -l i ml l!i,;;pxni 1.1
l-:C p. ni.
Wa iu;t for Narrow Oac'.: l!.i;.. -iii rln ul
) u ' it :i in ! Evan-vlile Il'iyr Untie Cinr itl fi.W i
p. hi. ilniiv it-x:'it Friday i.
, - -r."
Shortest nml Quit kest Koutc to
St. Lauis and Chicago
' pil K (inly road runniiijMwo daily trahir from Cairo
1 making ;it'n t ruiirirrlmu iih ha-uiu line-.
tuaisc i.mvi i a:ii'i.
ii. m : FaM e-pr.-rv anhii.:: in St. Lo. i T:.V.
p. in. ; I'blrutf" li:'ii. In.
1. 10 p. iii. CINCINNATI A I.nriiYII.I.K
ArriviP-jIn fiiirinn.ni at7: n. in : LomIm die. i
:. a.m.: linliainifio.l 4 I " '' 1 '--' r- j
I ui. Irain arrm: al aliox.' polut
I Tn .! ikii-ix iv v. i
I if an? oilii'r rmile.
n. I p in. Kn.t Mail, with .li-epcra atta.-lieil.for j
r) h i'. I.Ol IS and t IIICAM). arnnm ii. st. i
l.m i at ; : V si in : lm ai'o ut p-m 111 '
"if ' or IMuiL'l.aiii lor ii,c,i.;...'.-. l.oia.v.ilo
K VST TIM II KAST.
1t i Cwl.'VCVIN'1 tlii. line tl rnii:-ri
.. i Mj . ' ' ' 1 1 in tin: K u. vn!ioul any
riu J by Sunday interu-nm-.'. Tt.e snlnr-
1'i tiioon train Imni I a''o .irriien i'l Sew York
. ouit... i'Vr..irir aT r.i.i. iiimij 'h
Mini ol ' otlo r r ..tr
ir- C ii. nta of rotnpt tm !:ne thai they
n.ake el line lhau thi one are i.:ied either
llinml : mne or di-in-to ini.'n ad the pulilii .
For'tliro . i lieki't' and inf innaiiou apply at lili
l.ui Central Kail mad depoi. i h.m.
TliAlS.i AKKJVE AT A till):
.1 joHSSuS. ':.-n'l So .lb' rn As t.
J. II. .IdNKS. Tiiei M-ut.
(IRO k ST. LOl'lS U. R
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
'IMIE train. b lldr road citne'e: ! -t.
1 Et-t ,t l.oni- iili u.l olln .- .:ie - to t!.e l.As 1 .
Thronirh expr-" b-ive. Cairo VCiiintn.
'nnrit-uevpr rrive" nt E;i-t St. I ie.i- : '!''' '"'
Miindn.lioro ai-eoii rlnti.iii lean- airn p..n.
j... .I..-I...... ., rriv.- i.t M-iiri'!:v....ro : -I. m.
,i. ..,,,r.... li.w. Kai ft. I.oKl- ... a.m. I
'! liroiili expre uii-Im- lit I 'ail"
MiirnhiVooro are. lnne- Muri.tn-horn
iiiiiplnrlioro aef. arnv. r a; auu ,
-! I,'' r l.- J I I. I ; THK Cairo and St. I...M1.
JirjAl Ij.viUliU iiAiiroa,! i. the nniy A I.I.
KAIL l'.dl'TE between t aim and St. Louir undi-r
me iiianai-eiiient: Ih'-r fore there an- no d'-iai r at
vir -mil, hi. aMiiitlie.' i-oiineetioiir f.om otln-r ne-r.
( f- Pa-reiiu'er- i.'iinif Sor'ih. Nortliea-t and w i-rt
rUould not buy their lieket. until tb'-y lime eiatii-
tiled our rnt-r and ro.iti-.
I, M .HilINsdS. tlcneral Maiuiirer.
U. T. WHITI..H K. yr.
("' WHO fe V I N ( ' H N N LS R . R .
1111 IV THE SIUMITEST HnfTE TO
tii ah L !'.. KvuiiHviu.'.
l-fll IV THE s n TEST I" o I'
ll MILKS VH.i.E. I I N( INN All, HAI
TIMOllE .V,ND WAsHIN'OTO.N.
II fll fC! THE SlKUtTKST TO INl'IAN
M M I Ll'iS AIMU.Is.l'llll.AliKl.I'lllA.SEW
VOHK AND HUSTON
SIN HOURS SAVED
Over trallir r .ill "Hut routes making "'"
f pn..eii""ra bv oilier route, to make eoiaiee
tlun. inil-t ride all' td'.-bt. iilllm: frofi one to rl
lours, nt riinill iMiunti-y Miilloiir tor Irani "I run-iit'i-tln
tMi'MI'MPl'I TI1K FACT i""l ",'!r ' :
llljM L.LlLlfcM, ,, iraln. renelilii',' l.vnnr
Ule, Imllannpollr. Cliii lnuiitl nml Loulnllle rmiiu
ibiv. 'rains leave ami arriiu in i aimar ,,,.... .
: l.'i a.m.
lall tirrlvi'.. .
Tbriiiikdi tl'ekiits' 'iii'id"i'ii'eVks"lo ull Important
(ien'l I'll"". Attrnt. (leiieral flip I.
It. CIII'IH II. PametiL-er Av'ent.
T. I,. I. M.fc SOl'TIIERN.
1 m' nrWl i . - . -a.
Kttire. lenvea Call'1) t'11".'''
Eiirus iiri'lven at Caliu dally
I) V F.I NO AM) RKNQVATIXt.
YOuTt OLD CLOTHES
CAS HK BltACTirUM Y
DVKD OH JlKPAIJiKL)
At a Trillin Epoiisp-C. 0. I).
CIIAS. SHELLEY, X0. 30 EIGltTtl ST.
(f I.U'ller and licnU' old ha'-eutitr- tun
OYSTERS A XI) FISH.
Wholemlo ftntl rci;;i tlra'nT in
OYSTEBS AND FISH,
Ousters in Hulk ami Can. Sea FMi.
Native Fish, Celery utnl (lame.
Partb ular attention paid to order, from abroad
ami all rtoik cT.MBi.te.-d hi u utilppul.
STKA M BOATS.
kiimif tin' Ili.filo Head.
N'nsi. fil,:,) i
KiiKHLKR I'.liOS.. I'loi'iictois
!Oi: AVAAA.. Air( nt.
A full arid rornj.irie .npily of Tliv lien of all
kiln!, meat a'.ai on Laiid. Oiilern Klleil at any
liour. day or ti'l.i.
- 1!A KKliY.
Kilitli Sircct. iM'Ui'Coiiiiupi'ciiil Avenue.
V. KKS( II, I'KdPl.IKTdlt.
ltmlii'' .tarted a frtrlaa Bakrrv. and I. hied a
I f.rti ia M l.oma tiuk" r in rtia'e. I am prepared
I In fun.ili
CAKES tf E VEKY DKcIlIPTItiN'.
j . . !llilp., , tu mt ela! '.rati' kind. :;it
I d.lr lor .uiimc". !.. !.; !l kin: of I
I llread. and Ha.trv. at me ry Inwe-t rute.
Hriier will be promptly filled. A d' livery ttauoti
I ill run iaily to all part, of the i i:j fur ll ai roin-
I modatinu ul eurtouera
A .liarr cf tl puldir palroia'e if ..ilir itei'.. am;
J .uti.lai lion turuijlitd.
WATCH tX .iF.WF.IHY. JTC.
ti' j i i r t i
it (lllJllll(inil U "CUllLl
XO. 10 EIGHTH sTKF.ET,
I'.imr.-n Con.n.errni and i
W arliii.tua H'-r , i
FINE WAT( I1WOKK A Sl'F.CIAI.TV,
ELErai ii.f iiwl till i.ui.t i f repa ria; u.-ii y
f" All kit.dr of S.j-ld .li-wi irv latn'.e to orier.
-IONY KESTAI KVf.
IltJTO .' FO'iASSl'S
I ) J A
; oi.I) UK LVON l 1 1 Lt II.I'INU. ill Id LE VK K.
('n,t,.;,.,j Kaiopi-an plan. Sen the tl u.--t
ij,,u. u am-hoii-e in Ihe i itv. Special ra!e
lor iiuiLt h or w;ek. to regular peopb'.
i on M i te ;witli il,e rertiuirant ir ibe
l'INKST HAH IN TltK ( 'IT Y,
, Suiililieil with tbe l l.o'rert Wo:e and I.I'i;orf.
, Mixed Hrlnkr a fpeeially. Itertaiiranl and
I Saiooii (ipen at Ail Ii iiirr. Pay and Si.'l.t.
MIY (iOOI'S. ETC.
i ( -J OLDSTINK tV
j v iiosr
The hii'gt st wliolcsule nml retail Hry
I (iootls end CU.tliiiig lloiisr in this City;
,.i v. ivt.ur ....ii- i;,uuU ibiiK niol ii l-i.
(lTei'iti:;g:t, iit burgnins in I he must haiid
some lines of C.UiTKTS. OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres. Lot,
rcttes, and a urmit many oilier new
styles of Hrcss (.itmils. Fans. Etc.: in
fact in every ilcpnrtment of their IjiisI-
liei.s, they rnrilllllly invite the lUlblic
to cull anil Fee their stock.
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AXI) RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK (..'ITS'
(JOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nlnote-enth tree at,i i
C'ouiiuin.'lal An-., ,'
C O. 3 'ATI Eli & CO.
Minor lli'iiry Wliilor.
Trramn r- II K. I'arUt r.
( li rk-J. . 1'lilllia.
( oiuiHi lur- in. B. Gilbert.
Mnr.li;il-'. I). Artcr.
Atlorin v V, l. .Mi'lioo.
1'ollrc .VliictruiK J..I. Jlird.
i.i ia mi or AUIKUXKN.
I lr't Waril -iti-o. Yocnm. Win. O'CuIlnlim.
S i!il Ward Wnod iiiltuuliuuec, N. IJ. Thilie-v.oi-d.
Third WardV. P. Wrljflit. Joliu Vm rt. .
Konrth Ward - liarli'U. falli-r. 1). .1. Koli')'.
I'lllb Wani T. W. liulliduy, C haa. l.aui a.l"-r.
Cln-ult Ji!e!2f-0. A. llark'T.
I Irrult li'rk-J. A. KwT.
I'dlllitv .llld'.'li II. r. Y(M UIU.
i oiiiilv Cirri;-H. .1. Ilnmni.
I unity Attorney W. '. Mulkey.
t'oiiiil v TreamriT A. J. AUK'U.
l oroiit r-k. F:t:'.i.T"ii.(..
County Ciiiiitiiin"'.oi. s T. W. 1 1 a il i 1 ut . M. V
T.rowii. Samuel I'.rllev.
KI(I( AN M. i:.-Kourteenth atrei l. Iiilween
Walnut anil Cedar atrrirta: aervic.H SnlihMli Jl
. in. and 7:4) p. in.; Holiday Si rmol I p. in.
('IIHISTIAN Kljilitwntb atrwt: meeting Sale
J lath iu:.W p. m.; prmcblnx iM tnaloniilly.
MH Jit ll OK THE KEDEEMER--K.l,o.iil)
V' Kni:rteeiub tii''t; Muruiiii prayrrn (faMiiitlii
Vi:M) a. m.; eeiilii'.' prayer, f :m p.m.; falilntih
f.i.iiol II a. in. Jtev. Si. J. Dillon l.ee, Idilnr.
ln.sT MISSIONAUY 1SAI-TIST III Ki'lI.
1 f ri'iu'l.iiii; at . " :i. in.. '' p. in., ami
::m p. in.
Sa'iliiilli m Ihioi ut
':i p. in.
liev. T. J. Minn .
lull ti II ti. ni. mid '. :') p. In.; huinlny n honl !tii.
iii. It' v. JJuer- lim r. iwtnr.
MK'ill'iDlsT-Cor. Elirhih and Walntii.ii :
I'ri-iK liiiv Saiibr'li lg:.;i ii. in. mid 7 in.:
prayer meetiin;. W t'diifoiiat' 7::fl )i. in.: Suiuim
Si luiol. : p. in. Jle. A. P. .Mnnicou. parlor.
I)IIEMIY'IEl;IAS-EI','litli utreet; prearblnir on
a!.li.ii Ii at ll:i u. m. and 7 . in.; pr.iyer
ineeilni; Wednendiiv at 7:) p.m.; Sunday Si hool
at -i p. m. liev. II. V. tieorife. parlor.
CKCtiNI) FltF.E -WII.I. IIAPTIsT-Fiflr.'i tb
17 rtreit. Iietm en W.'ilnnt and Ced.ir rtreitrjrr
ill-en SHbbatb a; :) and 7::'0 p. m.
ST. JifEPH'S f:nian Cnthol..i Comer Crom
and Walnut .treetr; aervieea SMialli n;:i a.
in. ; Sunday si hool at 'i p. ui. ; Yexp a I p. in. ; M-r-vin-r
every day at h p. in.
ST. PATRICK'S- Human Catholic) Comer Ninth
. . rlnet and Warbini.1on avent'e; aerilrea sab
bath C am! in . m. ; Yopera 3 p. m. , fnndai- Si liool
'.' p. in. : ren Ices everv nay at s p. m. Ifee. Zaliel.
JNsLHANCK AGENCY i)V
Wells & Ki-ia'ii,
I hiiuiiic ' lUf Liverpool
yUl'ellS Capital in.iUHii,
trenl. Can. I
Rritisli America l'ttti.
re and ..Inrlnp i.Mnlville. g.i
Arret.. $1. Wi'.K.t.l.
iir New York t in i.
Arr.'li S'il j.ait sil.
IV! 'f I'liiiadrlphia: ertntillrlird In HI.)
I "n ion
1 1 11. ;tll .1 1 I '
ifif Davion, O.i.
i 1 11 llllil II , Arret. )i0.-.M '..
lllsKS WliirfEN AT FAIH HATES.
()tnH in Alfxtiinlr 'ounly H.ink.
:i I I i'
y 0- -
J KIT. CLARK,
Decorative Raner Hanger
IJ A I IN TK l
A SPECIALTY MADE oK
Ci la.iii- ami Kalsoinininir.
I.i ave drderr nt Iliiielai r or Pflrkil'r Hook Sloru.
- - - - -
PAINTS. OILS. WALL I'AIFH. FTC
l V. 15 LAKE,
liKAI IMI IS
I WALL PAl'Klv.
Wiuilow (llass, Window Sliaiies, Etc.
, Alunya on baud thu iilubrairil illcminatinh
ii I'oi'ti Oil.
liniM' litillilhic, Com-1
luerelul Ave, I
HOOT AM SIMK MU.F.I1.
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER
ATHENE I'M nUILDINO,
('(immcrelal Avt'iitli", lief i
MmIi and Seventh ala. I
rpAKKS iitiMiMirc Iiiaiiinititieliiit(i til. imlmiii anil
I llu pillillr eeiiernllv that lie hurt reielved n
Ureal nml miMl aeli'cl alni k of Lt-alliiTa tir every
ileaerlpllimt'viirliri)iii:lil l.thl rlly. All work l
lor line eteeiiled piuinplly anil In tin heal limnti"r.
lilillreantlr'nellmiKlvi'ii lu oiury In.lain'i'. frb'1'"
to rull ibe timer,
r j j t
I.iVEiipoiii., January 8. ::io p. m.
Wheat r:nii--Wiiiter, li'Ui'lN; Spring,
Us'TOiKw :jil; California chili, u iMer,
9s 81. Corn-new, 3's(" "A. (' in-
new vo:;;c chain. !
Nkw Viusk, J.intiarv 8, 12:0s y. M.- i
Wheat-Easy-No. 'i Chica-o, fi.i(;r)7;
Xo. 2 Milwaukee, 118100; Heil Win-!
ter, $1 001 11; Xo. 2 Ueil Win-j
tcr, $t 10; No. Aint.fr, 1 0(j. Corn-
mm si-iinier, i .; .no. -m; .mi. i.' uimt o, T10 ,.v,.t milt omir
t'i ' a;,'iun, and ( rrin:tn nt riiiT.ipl ion liv i hereby
! iiodnoned indelinileh. lint neither the ad
t IIICVO I :.MS AMI IMiOlU ( E. ..... i . . . .
, nn.'iistrntion or luinini'ss men here antieinat'j
I in aoii, .lair,i;ry IS 10 a. M.-1'oik ' ,, ,, ...
J ' i unythillL' nl the kind.
re..ia,T, .,; .uarcn, ,., nni. ra j
li'.niiary, 'l'.'a asked; Felnuary. oli'.j
u-k"d; May. ::('( hid. Wh"ut Fehniary.
e:ic s;j!; Mareii, s-1 t (. V4.
C'iiicoo. January V, 12:00 v. Corn
! February, :!0' bid; March. :J0' bid:
May :;4'i l.i-i. Fork -February. $7 "T1'
a-ked: March, $7 77'. bid. Wheat-February,
fji.; Murch, h1, hid.
('hk aoo. January 8, '2 Ml v. M.-l'ork
Janiu.ry, 7 4.1 bid; February, 7 l)'2..
March, $7 7"i. ('orn--FebriiHiy, Wi UU1,; ;
Mry, at i :;.ked. Whent -January, 82?K'
('istr2t, ; February, h;P., bid; March, S4'4'.
FltuM si'KlXGKIKI.O, ILLINOIS.
UHnill.KAS CAt'tt s NOMINATIONS.
SnttN'oi'iEi.D, January s. The U 'publi- j
cnii i aliens after sevnal bullots nominated j
in. A. .lames, of Lake, for speaker of the 1
IIoiinc; IJ. Tavlor.of Marshal!, for clerk. ;
and .Miss Milli - Hay. of San.-inion. iot-
Tic s nate eaue'.N i !. publican i lii.ia' d
position-, as follows: president, pro tern.
Hon. J. M. Hamilton, of .McLean; clerk. J.
H. I'mM'K-k. of Kankakee: lir-t assistant,
(reo. Tcir!!i'er. id' Whiteside; second as
sistant. 1!. W. IJatcs, of Kaic: seryeant-iit-arms,
J. White, of Will; first u&sistant,
Tims. Feiuii well, of Macon; second assistant.
A. A. r.iiijaiiiin, of Lee: enrollinj and cn
e;rossin clerk, ('. H. (Ireenleaf, ol Cook:
first assistant, F. K. Stcvi.'iis, of DeKalb;
second assistant, W. IT. llrown, of Ed'ar.
rostniistiiVs, Katt V. 1 laves, of Sanirainon;
assistant, l.i.zie Harris, of Sanpinio;!.
TIIK AUMV HIM..
W.smv!Ton, January 7. The senators
from California, Oregon. Kansas, Ncdiraska
and several other Stales received dispatches
from nriny oflicers, uskini; them to oppose
the reorganization bill when it comes up in
the senate. It is expected to call it up to
morrow. If this is done Edmunds will
make a speech in which he w ill endeavor to
hlmw that the bill in many respects is un-
i eonstitutional. With the return of eongress-
i men the fact becomes more apparent that
! there, is but little if any prospect for the
j bill. The chief objection urged against the
j bill is that it confers too much power on
i the general of the army who holds his olliee
' -iir jf(li
cai'I'ai.n kails' latest.
Captain Lids has prepared a plan for the
t reclamation of the waste lands of the l'oto-
mac, in the District, and for the improve-
; incut of the sewarage of Washington. Sev -
; cral plans for this work have been present-
1 nl llu' s,'""t" mt'wt ('""mUvi ''.v ,x'"
engineers. Senator Horsey, chairman of
.,. ,;....,, ,..l, ,t u,m ('.inf P.nlu'
the rominittce, who lias seen nipt, hails
I plan, says it is the best yet devised, and
1 ...in ill .. .!.!. .1 .......t ..I' .1...
will prcoaoiy meei nun uie ui.i"ui i iiil-
taxpayers and the committee. Capt. Ends
is expected here Friday.
TUMID-CLASS MAM. MATTI.lt.
Carlisle of Kentucky to-day introduced a
bill in the House providing that nil manu -
script and proof-sheets ot matter to appear
in regular publications and written by
regular contributors fhall be admitted into
the maUs as third-class matter and such at
the rate of one cent an ounce. The law at
present compels the payment of two cents
Senator Harris, w ho was chairman of the
Kiib-commiltee on yellow fever that went to
Memphis, lias returned to Washington.
The experts are still gathering evidence,
hut will meet here on fhu 1.1th of the
month. Senator Harris says that in Mem
phis the committee heard many business
men of Tennessee, ami they were unaiii
mously in favor of a board of national
London, January ?.-Uen. (irant left
Umlondcrry to-day and has arrived at
Ilelfast. At Colenaln a large delegation met
Mm with an address.
(h-m Grant arrived at Hclfaat yesterday,
when- his reception was very cordial. Ue
l!ylng to toast ut liinrheon, lm said hu
ii'linittcil that all compliments p;ml to Lis
country wcru only its tin , ami it wmiM
only lit! an cni'iny of Imtli !rcat Uritiiin
ami Ann rica who would rak' his haml to
I'lllN" (liit'.TCIK r- Ill'tWi l'll tllrll).
Waiiimi i'on, .lanuary I.
As licri'loliiri' statnl. rruti)itio:i was in
nuv;uruteil ln-n1 In-t'oro tho ilay rixcil hy law.
For sonic time several hankers h:nl mil'
i oiit 'olil whem vor it was tlc-ii'i'il hy their
I cuitomeis. This was not often, mu.il iieonlc
preierrin the iniich more convenient grccii-
'';l( k- It wouhl Im rash to say that the -ov-
Ir"lll,nis,sm ,l.s r"s,mu' "
nssiii'i'd, for many things mi;-lit !ui)p4'n
which woii'.il semi tr.ihl U aain. There
was no j;ikm1 reason for the Illack Friday
panic a few years n'o. when jjfohl sold at
l ,,,:,..,'!; will, ivmiih -.ti.in tl,
is started that Seerelnry Sin rman. Inning
secured all ;h.' honor that is possible in that
connection. dcMies to ntv.; t'ror.i tlc i aliinet
and become candid ite for the tSoverimr of
Ohio. The latter olliee, of course, if he
should L'"t it, would be i xpeeted to s' l-ve as
a steppiiiL; stone to the United State- sen
ate or to even higher position. All the
Shermans are ambitious. None of them
Ii'foie liayi.rd T.'.ylor's ai'pointiuent
as niiniptcr to (icimany, the name
of "I Job'' Inrrersoll was mentioned for the
place., It was even said that InirersoU's
friends had the promise of Mr. Hayes that
the appoint'""" siiouid le mvv. His
mime is aain mentioned in the connection,
but I am unable to find that any appeal has
bf-en made to Mr. Hayes or Secretary Kvarts
in his behalf. His religious opinions, or his
lack of tliein, have been iirjred against him.
Hut Mr. Tayior. though not as outspoken on
tlcse subjects as Mr. Iner.-oll. probably did
i"! have views which di tiered materially from
I his. Insiersill at h ast has n vigorous in
! tellect, whs not uiixcd up with the theft of
the presidency, and is essentially tin Amer
ican. Mr. Hayes miht do worse, and
L ist week I spoke at considerable length
on the subject of government aid to lines of
American steamships to run between t tit
South American ports and Xew York and
New Orleans. Of the fate of the bill to be
presented, it is not possible now to speak
with eeit linty. A similar measure passed
the senate last but was killed in
conference b tween tl tnate and house. In
ftie fatter bo.iv no vote wit thkoii on tne
merits vf tic measure. Its friends claim
thai it will at this session have votes, from
iHith parlies, which it could not have re
ceived then. Especially amonrj southern
meiiibeis it is believed to have gained
strength. Tin amount to be asked for is
small. No doubt there w ill be a very lively
and able debate in both houses.
We are having the coldest weather for
many yea.-s. In t sT;j there was a day or
so eipially cold, but it did not last, (hunt's
second inauguration took place with the
weather about at zero, ilnd the inaugura
tion hall in the evening was a woeful fail-
1 lire, being held ia a frame building erected
for the purpose, and which was indicated.
TEXAS PACIFIC HAII.WAY.
Hon. Alex. II. Stepliens whom, we think,
, i .i.i . . .
we may regard as a iievoieu ami consisieiu
Southern representative man. has expressed
1 himself in a Washington City paper rpiite
j recently on the subject of the Texas Pacific
1 railway. His views are so just, so forcible,
: m ,.ntiiVly ', aecord with our own at
j ,, ... . ' . , ,,V,.M ul the risk of
subjecting ourselves to oier luueh re-itera-tinn,
we present them below. Mr. Stephens
"My opinion and belief is. that their
maiuobjn't is to defeat just such a line as I
have indicated, and is of such importance
to the whole country. The California coin
puny, known as thu Southern Pacific, as I
understand, is controlled by the owners of
I the Central Pacific, now running from San
, j.WiM(.0 to l)lJiU:, mi ,h), o,,,,!,,,. THW.
two companies, now, us I have stated, CO'
operate together and constitute the great
railroad monopoly I have referred to. Mr.
Huntington, if I be not mistaken, is the
Managing agent of the Southern Pacific, so
called; he is also one of the controll
ing men, if not a managing
agent of the Central Pacific. It does not
seem reasonable to me that he should, or
that these companies the Central Pacific
and its ally, the Union Pacific should be
jealously engaged in the construction of so
formidable a rival route as I have indicated
a real southern road would be. When Mr.
Huntington, then, or his company, urge
upon tlm Southern people, even by the em
ployment of the ablest couiis J, the aban
donment of the Texas Pacific road from
San Diego, and the abandonment of a linn
as near as possible on the olid parallel of
latitude to some point on the Mississippi as
near Ylcksburg as possible, on the ground
that thoy will complete it for nothing, I
can but think of tlm exclamation of old
Laoeoon when the 'wooden-horse' was pro
posed to be brought into the walls of Troy,
a city which had gallantly withstood und
rcpeilcd every iissMult except the wiles of
the guileful cneiny--'Tiinen P inaosct donn
ferenteH,' which may rery well be rendered;
I suspect the (iret k's In making this ma '
nlfkeiit oft'er so gntuiih'iisly tondered.
Mi'ii arc not usually ,u"vt'iiu'il ly sucli IIop-kinsniiiaiii.-m
in idlitic or ImshpVs, how
ever it may Ik- in lvliion."
Aiiain, aiirwi.'1'in:,' the oliji-ction ol' tliosu
who alVi'd to upposc tin; Texas I'acilic on
ie ground that it demands a subsidy, Mr.
'Subsidy, indeed! These companies, be
side iniui' ii-e donations of land, got the ob
ligation of the ifovcrnnicnt, not lo guaranty
ill" interest on their bunds, but to pay tle
ititere.-t annually accruing thereon for fifty
years! and tiie government, if I mistake
not, lias actually paid nearly a hundred
millions in cash already from the public
treasury, and. ac ording lo the charters of
these, roads, will have to pay almost, if not
inte, its niiieii more lietor.' the maturity i f
these bond.-. Th" Texas Pacific does t;..t
ask the gov ernment to pay a dini" of insi
st on the lioii'ls, except m tiie event of de
fault by the company. A to the imni 'iv :
land grant-. I make no complaint, but I do
mean to say that it comes with an ill grace
from tlieni or their agents for them now to
talk ol" subsidy as to the Texas road."
I" pon which the N"W Orleans Tiiiies Vlis-r""
courses n follows :
Hut we think enough and more than
eiiouiih lias hec'i said to show that the
I'exas Pacific bill isth"b:!l to be supported,
not only bv the S mtli but by tiie whole
country. It supplies wants felt cveivwh'T"
rirst: I he want for cointvting the line
thai will li-'Vcii the crtisliin'' burden of lh"
Fnion P.r i;i,' monopoly, and
Secondly: the want for a roa I that will
answer the demands of the greet stud rapid-;
Iv increasing commerce between the : oceans,
tiabliii"' business to proceed without inter
ruption during the winter and atYording to
all sections of the country an eouit.iblc mid
c'lual opportunity nt' connecting id the eas
THEY'LL HAVE NONE OF HIM.
TIIK ( ill M II. dK CDIIK Itllrl'SK Til EXTEND.
TIIE KIIKEIKI.M DP TIIK Iff V TO f.K.VKRAI.
OlSANT, SIPPOKTINlt THE U EEL'S I, WITH
sC.NDliY It MASONS.
A Dublin dispatch says: ''w contrast
between the generous welcome f.t"tided t
(ien. Oraiit by th'.' people of this city and
the uncalled-for and spiteful slight Mime I
at him by the Cork city coueil is interesting
as showing to what length sectional and
religious agitation is carried. Mr. ltieh
nioiid. the United States consul at Cork,
ilddrosed a letter to t'le council aim mm -ing
that Oeii. (frant would arrive in 0tk
within a few days. Mr. Tracy, a initio.:
alist, proposed at the council nieetintr thai
the letter should simply be marked '"read."
and that no action should be taken. Mr.
Harris a conservative, said: "There can
be no personal antipathy to the gentleman
himself, neither was there anything in th
government of the ex-president ohjectional
to the Irish in America. Probably Grn.
Orant would again be at the head of tho
Fuited States, in which event it would be
to the interest of our fellow colllltry-niell
in America if prp"r recognition was given
to (ien. l frant m ''is arrival in Cork.''
Mr. Mnivy, an extreme nationalists, sinl
the ex-president had insulted the Irish pc
iilu in Amrrlm- tip tlic""Xo Popery'"
cry there. ' -,
Ir. Tracy said it would be unbecoming'
for the Catl'iolie constituency of Cork towel
come such a man. It wouldjbe ungenerous t
refuse him hospitality if he deserved it, but
he saw nothing in 'ten. (irant's career that,
called for sympathy from tie? Irish nation.
Hen -ver thought of th" Irish r;u: as h.
thoti','!it ofotli-Ts, aed he went out of 1i;
way to consult their religion.
Mr. Dwvei, an advant.'el nationalist would
not couple (Sen. (irant's name with America.
The Irish who sought refuge and a homo
in the United Slates had received kindness
and attention from tiie American people
President (irant had never give them tho
same recognition as the other inhabitants.
It would be an impropriety to pay any
marks of respects personally to lien, (irant.
Messrs. McSweeney and Crccdon, nation
alist, spoke to the same (licet, and with 4
great shout of "Aye," there being no dis
senting Toiees. Cork refuses to receive (1 :i.
This action has pr.Hlueed a profoun I
sensation throughout Ireland. The pcop.u
are grieved at it as a violation of hospitali
ty. One Irish gentleman said: "Thenoi-y
little knot of fellows who had conimitt'd
this outrage vere mere wind-baffs, tuul
were seeking a little notoiiety. Cork has
a weakness for being thought more Catho
lic than the Pope, who I believe saw no ob
jection to receiving (leu. (irant."
ol'U TENU11EOF LIFE
Depends in great measure upon our regard
for or neglect of the laws of hcitlih. If wo
violate them we cannot expect to "make
old bom s." lint that the span of existence
allotted to a naturally delicate constitution,
or one which has been shaken by disease
may be materially lengthened, is a fact of
which we have daily proof. The vivifying
and rcstoiativc influence of Hosteller'
Stomach Hitters upon a failing physique
alVords a striking illustration of the power
of judicious medication to strengthen the
hold on life. Kestored digestion, complete
assimilation, renewed appetitite, sound re
pose, thee are among the benefits coufi rml
uiMiii the d bilitutcd by that supreme reno
vant. With a cireulirfioa enriched, a,
frame invigorated, and a nervous system
traniiiili.cd. the invalid, after a course of
the Hitters, feds that his life-tenure is no
longer the precarious thing that it whs
that he may yet enjoy a "green old iige."
You (.'an iik HaPI'V. If you will stop'
all your extravagant and wrong notions In
diK'toring yourself ami families with ex
pensive doctors or humbug cure-itlls. llmt
do linrin Always, and use only natures sim- ':
pie remedies for nil your ailments you will ,
I ui wise, well and happy, ami save great ex-
pense, Tlm greatest remedy for this, tlvt
great, wis..' and pssl will tell you, is Hop
Uitterii -IhiIh'vu it. See "Proverbs" in