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OJT1CIAL PAI'F.K OK ALEXANDEIt COI STY.
OnlyMornin? Daily in Southern Illinois
lretst Ciruulation nl any lOuily in.
M.H. Ilarrell, Etlitor.
The Mayor's salary in Alton next year
will be $100 kt annum, and tin- Alder
men will receive $3 each for even- meeting
CiiAKLKY FAnwtu having, failed as a
jraat senatorial maaip-ilator. has turned hi
attention to the Chicago postoffice, and is
trying to scours Potrarist?r Palmer's re
Zacu ('kaxoi.eu was elected
States Senator from Michigan, on Tuexlay
a me a-iaij lau.. ui
to the Senate by the Republicans this v'm-
ter, from the Northwestern states alone. t
All of tnetn ad.i totneirotJier iniquities a
- . .
Mobile, like Memphis, hasclisnged her!
iorm oi government, cne is now govern-
til by commisjfionereunuer the name ot tne i
rortofJIobile. Mesrs.L.M. WiUon W.
i r , -,r--... ... .v. '
V. nearia aau jaiues a. .nv-awsre me
commissioners. They were appointed bv j
tbogovernor on Friday last. '
Prk.side.nt Haves is a rich man; but the
fact that he gave one hundred dollars to
assist a Methodist congregation in Wash
ington in paying oft" a mortgage on its
church, is spoken of as an act of "noble
generosity." Perhaps it is for Hayes; but
iroch a contribution from anybody else, j
in hi9 place would have won the designation j
Capt. Cowdos has great confidence in
hk oatlet scheme as a means of improving
the navigation of the Mississippi, etc.. and
o eure is he that his theory is the correct
ooe that he will demonstrate it, if Con
grass will rote him (150,000. But, sup
pose Capt. Cowdon should, after expending
the money, fail to furnish the demonstra
tion what then? A hundred men can be
Tonnd who will experiment with a much
less um than Captain Cowdon asks for.
Cam. Johs Cowdon, the folly of whose
ut-lct theory has been demonstrated time
And again, persists in cramming his "argu
ment"1 down the throats of congressmen,
nolens volens. His continued attacks upon
the jetties, now that they are a pronounced
4occm8 by the highest authorities in the
country, and so recognized everywhere, be
f is to excite inquiries concerning his sanity.
That be is animated by a bitter personal dis
like for Captain Eads, is manifested in every
communication he inflicts upon the public.
It is a . cry common expressionand
thousands of egotistical jackatwea relig
taaly believe it, that any man can marry
any woman he pleases. In one sense, and
that which is commonly accepted, the pro
position is false, and embodies a slander of
the marriageable women. While it is true
that terribly mean and cxasperatingly tnfl
log men sometimes ensnare good women, it
is not true that a man can marry any woman
he may wish to marry. But, as a general
thing, a womau whom a man pleases, can
be persuaded into a housekeeping arrange,
meat with that man without any great
oaoont of labored tea.,ing.
Tbkrx is a law in the statutes of Illinois
prohibiting the publication of lottery ad'
vrrtisftiuents in any ncwspap'T published
m the State ; but the publisher just beyond
the line may fill his paper with auch adver
- tUemeots sod place a copy In every family
i the State. And this is done. The indi
vidual or association who want to sdvur
tiaehUoriti scheme Li Illinois, puts an
drertUiintat in the St. Louis papers and
tit is Must every pott office in the State,
Tlic law mmjily takes a patronage that
amounts to many thousands of dollars a
year, away from Illinois publishers, and
gives it to publisher across the line
Missouri, Indiana, Iowa and WUeon&in.
If there is any ?oil sense in this wo don't
see it. The law ondit to lie repealed.
Tiir. St. Louis Republican s's that the
vi.Mtiiig Illinois statC'inen made many
friends duriiur their brief sojourn in the
"future yreat" ity. The Times-Journal is
a little more specific, mid tells how the
statesman saw everything in St. Louis so
ciety from hi.h to low. Mopping their
carriages in the slums of the lower part of
the city the statesmen tided the pal lors of
theobc-ie and redolent Madame, (lie'iiii he,
and among the depraved inmates of the
sh-bangthey saw the "low." Coming fur
ther up town, and eut- iirg the free tone
front of Madame I.a Ilonneiseur. they saw
the "high."' Aud with such a round as this
the shameless T-J. connects the names of
no lo than twenty-one Illinois statesmen.
Tuu better men ot the South have
avowed a wish "to sit down" on all the so
c::ll"d rebel war chums, and crush them.
These claims are, as a general thing, in the
hands of Republican claim agents; and
but for the fortunate circumstance that one
branch of congress passed to Democratic
control, liiot of them, ere this, would have
been paid. We argue thus from the fact
that prior to Democratic ascendency in the
the horse, over one hundred millions of
dollars went in that way. .in J Republican
senators and representatives were p'.rson-
ally interested in claims aggregating m any j
millions more. Rut this is neither here nor j
there. The Democracy of the country U f
opposed to the payment of the claims, and j
should give such an expression of sentiment
in that Uhalf. as would pi ice the matter!
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now ami ior a;; luii'.' u come, euu-vi ui..
nf flin 'irv-n-l nf ll'."imii)n.
Tin: iiriudence f Republican newspa
per men is unparalleled. They deno-i:ic
in BnineasureJ tortus the Der.;?rat:c rxs
tors a3ll fa::f(i for tM Kim that they
, couj.in't tie money; but have not one
j WOfll of c.jndemniUon rt-ven of censure
fr tiK. jry R.,publican villains, who.
afer ,javjD? )t.ta i,onorrt ,y t;,e I,-r;i,:i. j
c.ns cf a whole state, with tiichigh trust of
;ii..;:i,.,:.t i.,i,. ti...n,nr.,tv
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. j put theui-lves oa the market f-r a price. J
v M ' ;
Ku 10T e4ie' 13 SIi r:-"l ,Jul "J ,K
crat and bid for a rascally Renubb.can el'c- !
not,nou3ly purchueab.e.Hlo i
an'1 ir that wkU U mit 10tkin-' and
damnable! If Republican villainy has
1, "sanctified by long usage," why duii't
,i, iwbi-cjn papers ssv '. With the
lights now Uforc them the great mass of
thinking people i inclined to hold Repub
lican nnd Democratic criminals of the satii!
grade, equally culpable.
We have often woudered how it has
happened in this age of steam and light
ning, s?wing machines and telephones, that
the inventive genius of the times has not
produced a shirt button that wont come off
at the very moment when a fellow is most
anxious it shall May on. A Xew York
philosopher, who declare that he is not an
alanni.st. but is under the conviction the
result of ytar iif experience that the
world w ill never lie w hat it should that
man will never attain that moral excellence
which is the evident destiny of the nee,
until a shirt button shall have been invent
ed that will never come off. It is a start
ling surprise, for which the most Christian
man finds himself totally unprepared, when
in the attempt to fix the collar in place the
button gives way and you are left shiver
ing in the cold until the damage can be re
paired. No religious fervor can stand sur ly
a strain as that. lie fore you can recall your
good resolutions the offensive phrase Iimh
climbed up to your lips and peeped out.
Spiritual perfection is a thing of the dis
tant future, unless thh matter betaken in
land at once and the sublime geniuses of
the world give their undivided attention to it.
Few persons can read the stories of the
Pequod massacres, and tortures suffered by
captives in the hands of our savaires. with
out feeling that the red deviU, who are
capable of such atrocities deserve to be ex
terminated. Rut the savages have their
stories as well, imd the Cheyenne uiHsnicre
forms one of them. Much of tho barbarity
of that great crime comes to us glozed over
with a coating of falsehood, as If thinking
eopl never penetrated beyond the surface
of things. Ono of the crudest ami most
rclentlwst features ot that horrible butchery
was the murder o! tho wounded sqm.ws and
hclphiM pHppooses whom the soldier lbnud
by the wayside. A recent report tells v.s
that "tho wound'-d squaws, with their pap.
poowsjity by the rtmdiidc, und our soldier
humanely put them out of their niicry."
Tills being interpreted means that they weft
all sent to tho happy hunting grounds by
m-tans of bayonet or a bullet. The truth
ia that the Indiana do not appreciate the
kimlncM of out troops, aud are excmllogly
, stubborn about dying or getting out of our
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1670.
way. Tho lode of history is that when an
111..- ...l t- ,m t itt
murder, but when a soldier shoots a piijv
poose he simply puts it out of its misery.
Until the red man is taught to view things
in u better and more intelligent way there
will be trouble.
Tiiki'.U ara Democrats who declare they
will not supMrt Mr. Tilden if the party
nominate!, him, because, as they say, he
acted the part oi a coward in not Maintain
ing' hi. right to the presidency in 1870, re-
gardlesn of conseiiuence. Mr. Tilden's
"maintenance of his rights" would have
plunged the country into a terrible civil
war. in which the Democrats, notwithstand-
ing their 'superiority of numbers, would
have been signally worsted. The Itepubli-
can party had po--tsion ot the army, tne
navy, the' arm-, the arsenals and all the
money and munitions of war. and could
have prevented the formation of a single
Democratic brigade anywhere xin the
country. Much as the remark muyexas-,
ncrate Dcnuxratic warriors, we feel en-!
strained to sav that a "maintenance of Mr.
Tilden's rights" would have led to a iaas,v
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Cre OI IH-lllCLrai". (Hill 'tuiu u.i.c uijjaui j
the world, .tin eiiual terms, equally armed
and equipped, the Republican jiurty would
have been swept from the middle of the
continent into the ocean on either side: but J
there would have b, en no "equal" orjuiyi
other kind of terms, but surreLi'.; r or !
j.?3ir,ilter- jj, .n,. a.
we view the laa'.ter. '
"President" Tilden's n at courage v a- c-
hibiu-d in his self c-ntrol that saved the;
couatry the horrors of a bls!y partinn t
w,ir p,.r thi he is entitled to the jrrati-
,uJo ot tlic natir.n a:ii itwiii c-i.md him
the ,u?n ot t!ll)Uvi:!,is w:o. ..thorw i-e.
wou,,, h(.,,, hiin a u.z:xM(. I:.v
TfiTTIVilS rt'iiU WlStttVi'lTnV
u.eu i -..win.,.. , ......
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WAi!:sri. F-braarv 17, lk7i.
I: s.vic to be U.l.-r-t'l, b f veea Dew-
ocn.t. ar..i u--puo:ii.ac. t w -::
o.'.th" lor I'nited Stat' jcri-rs -!.-i'l l-
alx'lished. .) that iate'.':' r.t
I t,. aUa.;ntk::-.-a .f i"
:i. there. ;
- Probably tl -rt-nor !?.w bv wi.i.-h th
Fo-l'-Ml" "ovemm.-nt b;i!!drzm voters in I
of s':pcrrjs'r's of eh-ction. 'iil. by
agrcctneat, remain ;a force for t!ie prsi-nt.
v7 tin- CTierstan-iing sa ai:ra .vs-;;n :.i
be avoide.1 a tli" apprc-priatifn hi'.:-, unn-
cumV.-'d br g.-n'-nl legislation, mav U-
!)as.,i Ifure Marc! -4 rlj
I'jcm Mamina- J
tion it is found that the amour,:, appro- j
, ... ... .. ... !
pnaieu ior i.ie coiiiicg L.ai yi;.r, e.i iu-ivc
of what may be voted to carry out the
arrears of the jioa-i'-n ' t. w ill V some
wliat greater than for the prt-i.t year.
There is an equal certainty that tV reven
ue of the goveramjat will be le-s than
for this y;ar. It i- understood that the
house eor.iniit'.ee on appropriation has
to-day j-7' :J u-on $i1.M,W as the
amount to le- vnt-.-.i for payment of arrears
of p -r.-ion-. Tin re may I wis- men in
congre-i who know how ttioe large
amounts are to Ik- paid without an increase
of the lm-lcd debt of the country, but I '
confess I cannot sec how it can le dm-.
j We shall face a larger debt in Feiuir.n.
l'i, than we do in Februrury IW.
The senate on Saturday amended aa i
passed the ' Chinese bill." It prohibit
the landing in this country of more tlmn j
fifteen Chinamen from one vessel. The j
bou-e will concur in the senate amend- ,
merit, and the bill then go to Mr. Hay s. '
He. it is said, is in doubt what to 'lo, ns hi
was on the silver bill, and others. Rut
I think he will ngn it. The inflii-jim.., ,'
which usually govern him are in favor.
Discussion was had in congress li-t-t week .
over a "national question" to protect i
from another visitation of yellow fever.
Aside fiotii the question whether or not we ;
arc running to tm extreme in the matter of
"national" business, etc., it is probable tbut !
a quarantine of the kind mentioned would1
1)0, in a remedy at all, a remedy nearly as j
bad as the disease. It would lw u virtual f
destruction of commerce at Southern ports,
and would iiecojiaiily be enormously ex
pensive. Let us allow the slates to pro
tect themselves, Let us confine the open.
Hons of the Federal government a much
as possible to the exercise of pow rs clearly J
There is a great deal of interest felt in
con'.'rca in our relation wi'h Mexico, and
it will probably make it-If msnlf.-.r In tl. ,
form of a joint resolution propoin n new
treaty in the comm rce of the country ajtd !
of South AliK-riean countries in Mch we i
arc behind sverai Europeancountrii h. there ;
Is a vast field for us, aud congr- s-men are
beging to realize the fact.
The deficiency bill, as reported to the
house cnlls for only two and m ,Ij' n,j.
ions. The senate will add unknown
amounts, so it is not safe to tnnralulate
the country yet on the small sum ii n-iul.
Mr. Hayes hu signed the bill rrt iii-iniiig
women to pructiei! before the uwuie
As spirituous liquors will ii,j,,rr. wvtit
so opium or inui phia will h:iiiiifu!y ltn:t '
the naty. i)r. Hull s Haiiy Snnp h tli?
remedy for Hip baby. It Is free , , ,
Pi Ice 35 cents.
(it'KVt. Why will men Mmkr common
tobneco when they 1 an buy M.uhurg IWi
"Seal of North CiiroHna" at the ,31." ,r;tc
BOOTS AVI) MIOKS.
j mantmt tIld u,,h.r lB
. .rrpo Vtx ct r-T7i
; liwl 1 o Al I) jO,
i l.oatluM' and Kiiulings
! ;,i Mer..iiimtrrla! Ave, Bet. Klftb and sixth St.,
j CAIIto lliLIXOIH,
I' i f,f roi.!)intlv on hand a l;irc' ahortincnt of
tn,ul mill Ladles Hooti an I .shoes of n, slyUii
.n il i' . aim oi me viry not m ri. i.ouix aim
( li -in rati Hand-made work: old cheaper than
i-M-r tiel'ori', aud elicaper tliau like good can be b-tjlie-d
in tlii i !ty.
(i.. ttlv, i-te mi h.-inil a larve xturk of LeuthiT Am'
j Ki'mliiiux of all de. riptimi. Hold ery clou;.
JOHN A. POOR,
Cmm'kntf.k and Contkactor,
liOP UN TENTH STI'.EET.
ihetween Waliiuu"D and Walnut.)
Kstiiuatfs on building, on losses by fire
or otherwise inmlc un short notice.
i i i.i, nri; iutrut-l to him ;;i receive prompt
attention, atil mil be e..r uted In a ant slaelory
PAlNTs". OILS. WALL l'APKB. ITC.
I F. BLAKE,
i cn.n is
Ia 1 llts.Ol N.Yai'llislnS. Bl'llsllW
WinJow (il.iss. Window Shades, Ktc.
i A'- ",: tibr!! iu.t.--.vrtM,
. Aurora J l I .
j F.nndinr. O-ni-.. ('rtjro jji
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Ieal','r in I-'resh Meut.
"-.i.hii"it')M ;mil ( Vine
m-T-iaI . :tli.inins IIaiu .
KEEPs f.rf ii:tii! b: B-f. pffk. Katu.s.V.-:.
Jjr.:1. s:;L..iirr.. r . mi prrpi.T.d to
.'as!:iir iii in ta',. iiaat'-r.
The Cairo Iox and Basket Co.
I 'looi in.', Hiding. Lath. Ktc
At ;i.- I'-'y lot ra'.tf.
Ilaxiug d Heavy Stock if Logs on Hand,
V an- prepared U)
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDER"
On '! llOrtet DO!C.
SPF.:n!.TY rrt"ii- of STKAMWi T l.VHfrF.R,
A Wi,miti.r;rtarKKLIT HOX31ATF.KIAI
nicker, '.'andr 1'a. kitiK Iloxea SU-. lleaJIngn
I'ROi'RIETi."'. OF SPROAT'b PATENT
' )ol(,-;i' Ootald
in I co.
j I'll BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
I PACKED FOR .SHIPPING.
Csir Jiondn a Hpcoialty.
O V F I C K 1
(Vr StlCCt dlld Levee,
yiiW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
jTliu iMt Variety Stock
IS TlflC CITY
GOODS SOLD VKHY CLOSE
Cor. NliM-ittitb airi! and
I'etnmnrUI At.. t
C. O. PATIKlt , CO.
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TIIK Font UKVIKWS.
TIIK FOUR KKVIKWsS
A t ;T HOI IV.i'Ai KKI'IU .vr-
TUi ElilMU IHi KEVIKW tWb ;,i.
THE WESTMINSTER KEV1EW (l.!t..r.;i.
THE LONDON" (L'AKTEIil.Y KEVIKW'Cou. t vr
THE IlHITlMI yAl'UTEKLY IfEVIEW (E.ir.
BLACKW00DS KDIXRl'Kli MAGAZINE
t?Thri. IC-printa arc cot alrtiori.; thrr ulir
tfce orlyinal In full, and at about od! third tne price
of the Knii.b Ediliona.
No pahnratloiii cao compare with the lo.ifnj
lirititti l'( rudlfal. atKiie naind. n priU'd by tb-I.t-.SiHD
STT Pi BUt IIIMi lUINM, lur...pri
Ui 4-1- lity of re-an-h. arcarary of Matpmnit. and
parity of .tle. they re wiiho -t an ejUal. Thcv
keep pae with mudsrn Ihouyhl. diwi.ierT, iin--nrornt,
and achicvun- nt, wheih- r in r-di?(ou. 1
oi, lit-raturr, or art. Hk iidnt writer, fll
Ih.-ir pa-.- with imnt itterentinj r-i-i of bl'torr
and with an Inlelllstnt oaratitcof the rtcuu oe
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For ar.y or.c Krl- 4 (f anir.m
For any two Ift-view. ... 7 00
For any thrv Kmiroa 10 Oil '
Fcr all four P-vlrw. 12 ou "
For llla-.kwid' M.-alnr 4 f.o "
For Hiar Wm1 and ou! lli-vicw.... T CO -
For lilarkwood and two IU t.-w. . 10 "1
For Hlarkwuod and three Keiew );t fo ' '
For li'.ackwood and foar Hoiew. 15(0 '
Thl. Item of cxp'n.. now tonic hy the puhli.hcra
i. nivoli.t to a reduction of J)pi.r cent oa the
coat to uti.r!ber in former )car.
A (li-coont of twenty prrrDt will be allowed to
club, of fonr or more promi. Tbu.: four eopu-a
of iliaclcwood or of one lie, lew will be wnt, to od
addri'ta. for fit! so. f,or toplet of four lUicw. and
I'.Vkwood lor J;k, and ro on.
New t;bcrihcni lapplyinj rarlyi for the -ar 1T
may hare, wlthoat citra charjrc, th number, for
tne la.t quarter of la's of turn iwriotiicain a. they
may .ubtrribc for.
Or. In.tead, new subwrlb--r lo any mo. three or
four of th periodical., may jar or.cof the - Four
Kericwa'' for lfVH; .ubtenbera to all tsr. ui have
twoof th"Four Heriewa," or orm a.t ol l?iack
wood's Magazine for 18'. H.
Neither preinlutna lo rnbribcr. nor dltconrt to
c)nb cap be allowed. anl. the money I. remitted
dlr-'tto the publlshera. No pn-mliiui4 zorn to
To aecn'e premiums It will he nee.e.nry to make,
early application, a. the stock available for ttm
pnrpote ia Itroil-d.
The Leonard Scott PablihLing Co.,
41 BAKCLAY 8T.. NEW YOKK.
JtlTL'AL AID SOCIf.TY.
IDOW S AND ORPHAN S
Mutual Aid Society,
Prom T. A. Ofbr.m. Act. Secretary or P.rstith Otic
tViurcR, Trss., Jannary 8ih, 1ST.
Ttioman Uwi, SecreUry W. A O. M. A. . Cairo.
licar Sir and Drothcr:
Sicter Actoo has jo.t banded nie a rertlricata
and dealr-a me to forward it to yoo; and rcincita
me lo .ay to yoo and through yoo to tli Society,
that b return br ainccro thank, lo yon tad tno
Hoclcty.and to ay thai .be haa reccircd mam on
brother Actob't death, (or rather on h! policy,)
tLan.ha had expected; and that be will do all that
the can lo Increase Its nn.mbcr.hlp. - All thai have
eiprced tbrniMilTe think well of yonr tabular
rtatemrnt. . Yonra Trnly, T A OsBL'UX.
Bouvsm. Tsis., .Ian nary Sili, IS'l.
"' Thl I to certify that my hu.haod. Hv. Jame (.
Acion. wm a mcmlH-r of the Widow's aud Orptan'a
MsiliaJ Aid Hoclcty. of Cairo. IUIdo!, anil that (.lie
amotoldoeon aaeb member.LIp CertlUcate haa
beta fully paid, according to the term of Ibe Cr
tlSralaw, and the money tipn-.rd lo whboa
ona ctsst of coet, for wbieh I roi'.ira my flacetw
tsauk. A. M.ACTOX.