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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1870.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KVKHT MonNiNO (JtUNHATtt CXCiHTKl)).
mr; IliilleUii liullillus, Viwhlnetoii Avenun
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Flint Ihciti'ii'M, per m u:ir'
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For two tveek". per iimr
for three well", pet s'ii.' n-
nrum mulish. piT niiiiin'
V.-h .clilitliirnl "juiir.-
Obllnitrl". mil ri'nils'tlDiii- einsi'd hy MH-ieile-i
ten run'. per Inn-.
m-lliiui! iu.irrl.i-i' r.'i'n
ftrt lini'rllon. per 'iii.re...
I It'll1 tin. - of Miilit m-iipim 11 iMiiMiimo n -enure.
Iilteihiyeil Hilvitrt'MiiiMH' "ill ! oliit ;! :m nrl
iiHT in t he hiiui-i1 on ut'if.t. ill nl'i o lute -iln-ru lie
iuit Itt'elvt' line" of Miliil tv"' tn I hi- itielt.
Tii ivular ail 'T! i - r" i' h'.Vit t-iiperi'tr ie'liice
wiiim. h.iili n to ml uf rlnir 'C uml manner of
itl.pliivlin; their f ivor.
Lucul riullr.'M tw.nn cents per Hue for llit Iiimt
il.m; ten ivtilK per line lori'inli m'oin'einie.ir. Iiiht
tloti. Thi paper may he rn.1t.1I0n 111" it lira. I . H.tweii
i'(laiT A il vert ii. hi: itnteuit (W pi".i','
,Ti nilvi'r:ilir iinitriK it limy ! m.i'le
lr It In New ork.
t:oiiiiiiiinli':Ulniiiili'ii ul)Jrct of i.'i'Mi'ral Interest
1hf piihli.: iirtiill tinii't nrc'iitHhie. Ueji'i'tiil
iin'iTr pt "III uot he ri-ttirin-l.
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imc'IAL r.M'KIt OK AI.EXANDKIt aL'XTY.
(inlvMoruiny Daily in Southern Illinois
1 -iirgiOHt Ciroultitioii ol any Daily in
M..H. Ilarroll, Kclitor.
Positive romance, ep'ttoniized : Miss
Martha Ruggan. a pretty y ung school
teacher, of Cleburne, Texas, was engaged
to be married to Henry Crowley, of Little
Rock, Arkansas. The wedding was s-ct
or April showers and flowers. On Wed
nesday ttho received an invitation to attend
the wedding of Crowley and a Little
Rock woman, lu a few minutes she died
by her own hand.
Wihwixsin appropriated $10,000 four
years aifo for the man who would invent a
practicable steam road wagon. Last sum
mer a machine was exhibited which run
from Oshkosh to Madison, after many mis
haps, but it was so imperfect that the pro
jector did not get the money. Th'j present
Hons.' has given him $,"i,00(), nevertheless,
and the seuate is likely to agree. The Mil
waukee Sentinel is sure that the Oshkesh
machine no more complies with the provis
ions of the law, than does the present Leg
islature act according to the wishes of the
Wk ix) not understand why certain mem
bers of our General Assembly persist in
organizing a raid on railroad ticket scalp
ers. If placed under bond, such fellows
would supply a great want in all our
larger cities, and especially in those cities
that are the centers or fociiof much travel.
Many a traveler, and especially those who
are short of change, are glad of nn oppor
tunity to sell a railroad ticket for which
they have no further use, or to buy one,
below the regular figures. AVe can't sve that
the scalpers hurt anybody to that extent
that their extermination should be de
manded. Spkaki.no of Chinamen, says a corres
pondent of the Chicago Tribune, one is
naturally reminded of the laundry business.
There are scores of laundries in the village
f Leadvillc, Col., charging tt'd the way
from a dollar and a half to three dollars :t
d07.cn, besides the exorbitant percentage
or perquisites in the way ot mysterously
lost nhirts and collars. As a consequence
the washing cabins are avoided as much n
possible by the. community at larg", an
the regular article of "1 died shirt" is a rari
ty. The blue woolen shirt, with a tlowiu
blmi silk tie is much ulf'ctcd by the young
aristocracy, while the common clay do not
aspire beyond a brown cotton or woolen
hirt without ornament.
It is not at nil likely that the present
General Assembly will attempt to interfere
Vith Pullman' skinning process The
'por fellow" was permitted to cypher up
tbe cxltibit himself, and be shows therefrom
that his net earnings hre only about eight
percent per unnnm, (more than twice the
ttverngo increase of the wealth of the
wintry) upon his vast investments; ami.
therefore, our sympathetic law-makers are
of the opinion that it would be wrong to
compel him to take less than $2,00 fur u
night' lodging on a $20,000 sleeping car
410 better accommodation than a $200,000
hotel furnishes for 50 cents. And an Angdl
.Inlved among poor Pullman's assets, und
.. appropriated ami carried off f 120,000; and
it U only ristbt that the traveling pnbli c
make the- loss good 1 Unless "poor P." is
yurniittetl to charge $3 ami $2.50 for his
Vlittle Iwds," a whole year will pass by
More Angell's stealings can be made (rood
again. In view of this stato of affairs,
how ckh our good law-ruakors say him
"n)" ',r" l' 0D'y "ik to bo allowed to
akio the fellows who travel! They can't,
jsad what's more, they won't.
THE PENDING JUDICIAL ELECTION.
In u Jmlioial election Tun Ruxetix
woulil have ilitic inoicil; it would, in
cln)iwiii( judges, select tin nit'ii whom it
hflicvctl to m lift lithst. ly reason of
ilii'ir knowledge; of t!ie law, tlie.ir honesty
ami moral ra:titmle; ami not tho mm
wliom it liclii'vcil l ) the soundest niitl
; most influential Democrats.. All other
tiiimrs licirto- equal. I nr. IJn.i.LTiN wniilil,
of course, fji ve tin; Democrat the jirct'civiicc ;
lint it would not let politics out-weigh any
oilier nnp.irlent retjuisitt! to a f.rood jtul;,'e.
This Irtin true, we have learned, with
snine leeliiti; of .lisappointmt nt, of a jmr-
pose on the part of the. Republican mana-
gers of the circuit, to concentrate the, vote
of their paity on three Republican
candidates, i Raker, llarkcr and Dougherty)
and thus, while deprecating conventions and
party contests, till every sent' in the circuit
with a Republican .Judge. We have learned
from a soinve we regard as reliable, that
this ''sharp practice" is a part of the pro
gramme' adopted by the Republican conference-
recently held in Cairo. It was to lie
published - broadcast that no Republican
convention would be held, and that Repub
licans would be left free to vote for whom
they pleased. This much of the pro
gramme wtis to be given wide-spread and
persistent publicity; but the part of the
programme that was mjt to be made pub
lic, hut only whispered into cautious Re
publican ears, was this: that the canvass be
permitted to go on in its present shape,
until within a few days of the election,
when all thu Republican candidates but the
three we have named, would drop out of
the race, and urge their friends to vote for
Raker, Darker and Dougherty. It would
then be too late for Democrats to come to
an understanding and the result would be
the complete .success of the Republican
strategy the election of three Republican
Judges, and the defeat of every Democrat
iu the field.
Wchave not only been assured that this
is the Republican" programme; but have
a continuation "of the assurance in the
conduct of the Republicans themselves.
Who supposes that the hundreds of rampant
Republicans throughout the circuit, who
were clamorous tor a convention, would
quiet down on the instant, as they have done,
on the mere announcement that
the Republican Central committee had con
cluded to hold no conventon ! No man, cer
tainly, w ho understands human nut lira as it
develops itself in the modern Republican
No. Those clainorers would have clamor
ed the louder had they not been told, as
they clearly have been, to "hush, hold easy,
we will have till th ? fruits of a convention
without the form. AVc have thrown the no
convention dust into Democratic eyes hun
dreds of Democrats will vote for our Raker,
our Dougherty and Darker; we'll quietly
unite upon the same men, and thus leave
every bourbon ollice-seekcr in the field, out
in the cold." That's the assurance that R -publicanc
lamorers for a convention received,
aad nothing less would have quieted them.
In what manner, now, will Democrats
up-set this programme. One Republican
Judge we are willing to concede. Moie,
Till: NEW WONDER. AND THE
GREATEST OF THEM ALL.
Wonders will never ceas-. Tim inven
tive genius of man is illimitable, and no
one, contemplating the past, will attempt
to circumscribe the' possibilities of the
The completion of the Atlantic telegraph
and the transmission of twenty words a
minute, were Midi a marvel that even the
wisest among us were disposed to believe
that telegraphy hid arrived at it greatest
pof-silile perfection. Rut. it seems that that
great discovery merely brought us to the
shore of the sea, beyond which wen hidden
the greatest wonders and pos'lii;itir.s ol
tha most usd'til and wonderful invention.
It is now announced by authority no less
reliable than the Albany Argus and Huston
Post that the American Cable company has
discovered and compii-red cirtain proces
ses lor tiie transmission m intelligence iy
land or through wai t. that dwarf all pre
vious discoveries in th it behalf into insig
nilleance. Hy the new process the bust
possible achievement will be the transmis
sion of ten messages of twenty words each
from Liverpool to New York. The maxi
mum speed claimed is such that messages
equal to the entire contents of an aver
age number of the New York
Herald or London Times can be sent
to any point, however remote, in less than
half hour's time. Further and tuoro as
tonishing still, the projectors of the new
enterprise claim that the contents of either
of the two papers named or of any other
paper, can be sent from New York to
Paris or Hong Kong, uml be reproduced at
those points in fac himilk on a stereotypo
tint surface, complete and ready to bo
print"d from, in a half hour! These claims
will shock credulity, vro know; but who, in
view of the discoveries of the past third of
a century, will dare to stand up and say
that "it can't be done?"
And who can estimate thu effect of this
discovery upon the civilisation of thu times?
Its mnynitiidi! ipd power lor yood fati.tfuo
calculation and heyyur languao. As the
Allmny Arytw well says:
"Tin; rupitlilyof the liwiMiii.-jsion is the fact
that comes ncaretit to biillliny liclicf. Two
thouaiul words a minute tiro altotit eih
tivii lmiiilivd more than any man can intel
liyihly fpc;ii or take down in short hand or
otherwise, of roiirse, an automatic pr
c ss its ilelliejiti! tis intelligence and incom1
purahly faster than thought itself, or the
multiplication of transmitters, can alone -e-cure
such rapidity as is claimed by this pro
cess. The stereotyping of newspaper page
or of any printed or written mutter, through
thousands of miles of distance, is some
thing trenching on the marvellous; but a
foretaste of it was given, years ago, when
the very positions of the shots on tlieDol
lyinoiiiit targets were "nicked" on fac simile
plates in New York lor the Tribune and
"Of course, if newspapers can be stereo
typed in this way, they will be. Americans
in London and Paris, or in Hong Kong or
Melbourne, will have their New York
morning papers laid on their tables just as
Frcncliiiieu, German or Englishmen in
New York, Chicago or other American
towns will have their own national or rep
resentative journals laid on their tables
there. It is entirely capable of suposition
that nietro)olitan newspapers by this pro
cess can circulate at the equator or in the
antipodes as readily and promptly as they
do tit home."
Passing these considerations in review,
we feel like donning our hat to the discov
erer as to a god. If such things are possi
bilities with us tin; puny things of one of
the most insiguillcant of the worlds that
speck the uuiveise beings who run the
short race of thirty-three years and then
pass from earth and memory -what must
be the attainments and achievements of
those beings who people the older und
grander worlds beings who surpass
us in all tluit make men wi.se and great, as
much as the spheres they occupy surpass
ours in magnitude, age and conjectured
resources? Great as we are, in our own
conceit great in fact yet in the .system of
worlds und of greatness, we are but as "a
spark struck from the flying wheels of infi
nite existence," as living breathing crea
tures we are but as a leaf dropping in the
illimitable forest of li.c, ever ceasing and
Why wii.i. Ytu; allow a cold to ad
vance in your system und thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when mi
immediate relief can so easily be attained.
Rosehec's German Syrup has gained the
largest sale m the woild for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and the severest Lung Dis
eases. It is Dr. Roschee's famous German pre
scription, and is prepared with the greatest
care, and no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to the youngest child, as per
directions. The sale ot this medicine is
unprecedented. Since first introduced there !
has been a constant increasing demand and j
without a single report of a failure to do its i
work in anv case. Ask veiiv druggist a lo I
the truth of these remarks. Large size i
cents. Try it anil be convinced.
Uy virtue of ii spi-i-l:il (:i-rntleli to iiic ii i ! ii !. )v
tliui'Yrk nf the Iri iiit ( 'nr. rl nl A!i";iiihi-i ( ui.nty. in
the Slut" nl I II unit-, in lnvnr of Wood I'.llteiileniM!
nnil .lof'-ph 11. Ilitii-iiliiHi-", luirtiiers
tuliipo-iiie the llrm ol' Wired 1 T i 1 1 . h i tl - :
!!o.. mid .e.'nilisl Siineiel K. 'I'hinnp
mil. Julm Slniiot uml Kdv.'iiril I'. ' iil-nli. a -p.'iil-iicrs
i' i nn ni-!ii.' Dei llrm ol' S. K. Tin m 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 A Co..
I h ill f.ir.-r r r mile at p'lt.lic "inlne 1 1 ll.e WMi i-ie.
I'.nor i-r l. Cni.r: lloiin. In ilieCiiy of t'liire,
Counlv of AU xn.iili-r (.ml State uf lliiiioi.-. mi I':
Ti:V!'ll DAY ! Al'l.'t!.. A. D. HV'.i.
lit II n'l'hli li II. tM.. t In follow ile-ri-iii.-il prop- : t
lo wil: I. ois teiiuli-I' d Ih'ntv one C'li nod II. ir",
two in lilm k inimivtvtt f.rt '-ilit i m. in lii
c:u of t ;i ro. roinily of Ale:.:iiidiT nod M.-ir- i.l'
Illinois, ln-ii li fme li i d iijinn hy nn-it the prop
erly of Ivlwi.ni I', (i isini, under n writ nl' ntl:n n
in -nt Is-ni'il om! nf mil I iiriilt Court ill the in.
-l;il,i-eof Mini IMti'lil.olle .V llro.. ll-.-lllll--l -:.lll ,
K. 'Hioini-on A i 'n.
Ihitiil this I.Mli diiv of "mil, A. !l. 1x7:1.
.lull.N 1KI;(1KS. S!i..,';iV.
KhTATB Of W. II. IM-iiX, OKI Kln;i. j
'I'lie a. ii'n rsL'tied. Iniviii'.- hern iippniiil. d Ai'.inlr.-
Utniloisof th" i'itiite of W 11. Wilee.-,. rile ol
the crtii 1 1 1 v nf A lexi. inler und rlntn of I i'i oI-. e
i-eiihi'd. liei'el.y Kite iiotire Hull they will :i;ipe.ir he-
lore ll;e i oiintj- con it of A tt-ximiti-r roiiiily: nt Hie !
i-..i-t house lii Cairn, nt tin1 .Mny teiin'. on t i - j
third Moiidny In Mny next, iit 'wliiih liine u't j
peiBoiiH lmvlni; ehilinK iicninst mid efliite nre noli
it - I und reipn "ted to at 1 1 1 nl lor the pnrnose of lint
lot! the stunt- iidj'isied. All persoiiH inile'ited to snid
i slut. 'Hie r"(iu-sleil to unike liniiH ili'iUi pnvini lit in
tile lllld'Ti'.KIlI'd .
Ditted til's 1'uh iln,- of fi'hiimiy. A. I). 17,
Kl.i iKKNcM. A VTI.CDX. Adn.inl-lrntrl v.
Ald'UKO Wll.COX. AdtiiinistrMiM.
f EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL.
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wlio would deceive you in this, will deceive you in other
ELAINE NEVER VARIES IN QUALITY.
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Estimates on huildi;:g:. on losses by fire
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