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JOHN II. OliERLY & CO., ITOJUETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1871.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV.
HOOrf.AM)'
lA. KELinSTOEI?.
i
To Deltllltalt'il Ivrtotist
l I'jtpcpllcal To fiuflerors I turn LlyerCom-
pltlnil l'o ihiike lintlnu no Appetite I
To (hone Willi ltrokon Down
.Conttltutlonsl
o.u IVaple J To Children Watting Away I
To any with litbllltntcd Wtiettlto
Oriiausl
-SliiRerl.igy-ltliriiiy iifllio I'tillntvlnsi
Nymitfoiim,
liuili Indicate ))iom.rtii l.irui or Stomach t
Hucli in Con
sllpatlnn, Iiim nnl
1'ilm, Kulncm or
nioo.lioth.i lli-n.l, Ariil
Ity of thn htomach, Names,
II. ..ll.,,.., II, ...... I f,.. I' I If .11.
nM or Welilht in the Htniiiarti. vnir
tiruoltations. Hlnklna or Klutlir.nff nt ilin
'It of the Btomneh. Hmtnmin i,r thn Head.
IirrlnlorDllht'UltllrcfttlilMR, I'luttcrlnKstUie
trl (MlAlllnt. rt. Mnllnfultt,,. hbnhallnnii Hlitn In
Ihttn I'oiturr, Dimness ol Vision, IMn'or
rvcii wioro mo tiiiini, r orrr ami iun rain
In the Head, Delltieiiey of 1'erapirotion,
xi'iiownyoiiiit!kitinni faffs, rain
tn ine nuio. in unrei, i.imi,",
etc , HOdden Hu-Iips or Hint,
IliirninK in the Kteh, Cm
tait Imnzlniny of
Urll, anil flnwt
Dcpipssmn of
Uplrllt.
OF LAND'S OKHMAN HITTERS
iitkr without Alcohol or Spirit oj
any kind.
lllfleiont fintn all others. Il it lompo-fd of
Im pure juices, or Mini rnncipie 01 hooib,
a ami Harks, (or. an iiiedii'lnally U-rmvil. I'.x-
I-,) the worthless nr Inert portion of the In.
Ients not ucing utcu. 1 nern'oro, in one uoi.
f thin lllttern there Is contained as much
cih.il v.rtuej ni will he lonnil In aeyrral ua.
lot ordinary mixtures. The room, etc., uted
II uilltrs art1 grown 111 (teriiituiy, incir tiibi
1 !.- onraciei in tnai country ujr a scien
l.'fieirilat. and forwarded to tie inaniifiwtory
Is city, where they arecompoununinnn poi
I Containing no tnlntuous ingredient, till
Ira I, free frurn th" objections urged airtinst
pliers. o ueiire lor t.nnuisnis can ihi in
l from their ui they cannot make drunk-
1 ami cannot tinner any circiimtianctt ne
lui a beneficial ellect.
)OPLANI)'S GERMAN TONIC
compounded for thoe not Inclined to ex-
i Liuri, ami n inienoen lor u-e in cuace
, tome al 'Ohohc Mtiinnlant U re'iillred In con
Im Kith the Toni' properties or lt lli;i. r.
liltters. combine! wttn pure HINT A Cltl'Z
bottle or the Ton:f contain" one liottle ol
, ami narorea in anTi a manner mat me ex-
bltternest of the Hitters l overJome,
Inn a preparation highly uitrceable nr.U
nt to mejtaiaie, anu coniaininK ine memo
rtuea 01 tne uitiem. 1 no price 01 tne
li Sl.d ner bottle, which many re'vnn
to hluh. Tner mutt take Into conoider-
Ithat t'ie atlmulant ufciI It Kiurantfd to be
re. quality, a poor article, couiu im tur
laiacnenper pure; 0111 it 11 noi newer m
Hill more ami hare a enod article ? A
Iinal preptiatlon th mid conia-n none hut
it ingredlenta ; ai.d thty who expert tA ol.
t cneap coinpoumi Bin ie neneniieu l.y II,
lout certainly be rhi-ted.
HOOPLAKD'S
ERMAN BITTERS;
ITU
ALAND'S PODOl'llYI.LIK VI LL
will curtK YOU.
Irnre tho Urrnlral IUiiihI riir.fl-
em Hiiuuii
I medical world, and will eradicate dieaet
Int frnm Imnuro b!oo,l. Iiehllity of tho
li(tett'.ve)rKanii, or l)ueaed l,irer,
111 a tnorier 111111. iimn wi;
other known rem
rdlet. Whole Supreme Court of I'ennylTania
for tnet remediet. Who would aa for
Ifcnlfied and ttronRertettlmony J
eorije W, Woouwaro, lormeny cniet Jilt
t tho Hupimif Court of renntylranla, at
nt tneniber ol ConKren Irom l'tnntjlra-
tritci
Philadelphia, .March 1,
iTnofland'a Oerman llltieit It a eood tonic.
In dlteatea of the diieti? e orKant, and of
l-neflt In catrii ol debility ami want 01
t l.t 0D in Wie . loure. iruiT,
OEOIKIKW.WOODWAItO.
Imea Thamnton. Chief Justice of the Hu
bs Court 01 I'ennt) iTanini
Lriill.uitipina, April z",
Iiler Hoofltml'a (icrinan lliltera a rnlua
llclne lucatea of attmjk- of lndie.tilon or
rla. 1 can ccrtur una irom my expert
It. Yourt, with retpect.
JAM EH THOMPSON.
lorge Ehartwood, Juttlco of the Supreme
of l'cnntjltnia:
l'hiladf Iphln. June 1, 18TO.
found by experience that UooMaua'a
Hitters It a cry tood tonic, relievlnx
io tytnptoina almott directly
' t.KOIlQK SIIA11SW00I).
n. F. Hocrt, Mayor ol the City of lluf
. Y.i
Major'a Ollice, Iltltlalo, June 32, liitl.
used HcotlaLd'a tierman lllttera nnd
my lamily durln the punt er, and ran
nil them at an excellent tome, Impart
and viuor to thn atcin. Their ue hat
Juctive of t.TP,WjnBSS:
uct M. Wood, cxMr.orol Willinmiiport
Icreat pleasure in recommending Hoof-
I IIII ir-.... - ..." -1 1 -
rYiis Inipoaslble to keep any lood on my
and I Lecmne tn weak at not to be able
half a mile. Two Ixilllea of T01110 ef.
..1. f ........... u . 1 liuil (tin llvaiiiin.to. an
lierlect cure. jajiw.h. iwuu.
Imberthut Hoofland'a German Hitters,
aanu a uermau touiu, wm kiud wu-ij
Imus, or wasting away ok tiik
1I0DY.
Lnbcr that Ilooflnnd'a German fteinb.
lie meuiciues yuu reiiuirt. 10 puniy iitu
I Cite Hie lurpm Klirt tip iirntlliy nviiuil,
lablo you to pa cHlelv throuxli any
lull. IIOOI'LA.MI'N
taOPHTIiIiIN
Bubstitute for Mercury rills.
ILS A D03K. The moat powerful, yet
cent, Vegetable Cuthartiu Known.
'necesHiiry to take n handful ol thete
iiluco thodokired ellect. Twoot them
V r.nd powerliniy, cieantiDK ine i.iht,
.. ir.....nu i.r nit (nintiritl...l. Thn
...liAn la lin.lnnhv lin. nr inn Alin.
fact Ol .liauurnhf, "liivi, in .y mi;mj
I.) powerful, nctina mid teiircliing, than
jleaniiit; It epcedlly Irom all uhitruc-
I an sue power i iJiuii-mj, tvv
e injurious result attached to the tiso
cases in which tho uao of a cntliuitlc
I, these pills will ulye entire aatlslau
ry case. They MJVeh KAIL.
101 l.lver UOllllMUllll, I'jtliUiJaiu, nun
pal vcnesH IT, iiuuuuihi o uui umu in.
nic, ahoulil be used 111 loniieciinn wiiii
If ho tonic ellect ol the miters, or 101110,
he tvtlem. Tho lhttoia, or Tonic, pu.
i.-'j .i...nnili.n. thn n.Fi'nu r.i...
Liver, and give atrength, energy and
l. ii 1. ..Ilr ..III, II, n I'll! niw I
Iir DUHVID nvn.u ......
oaystetu with Kilters, or lonlu, and
ran reiuiu me num, ,
that It la fr HootUnd'n (ierinaii Hem.
or,, an universally used und hiililv
I Udi and do not allow the druKKlstto
I .1 It, nt I,., 1 , , ,1 V uiiv
ood, because hu tiinkea a larger proht
,0 remuille will be cut bv Kxpress to
r 11 non nnpiiiaiiun iu mu 1 ii..h
t the ft Kit. MAN MKltlCINi'. bTOKK,
BTItEKT.J'llILADKLl'lIU.
HAN. Sf . KVAIS'IS, l'roiirlclor.
Former y , M.Jiwkson Co.
1 lies ar
for tale by Dnutflst
olu Uoalr ra ovorywhor
laal Mi
MII.ltI.VKRY.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS. C. McGEE,
EIGHTH STREET, I1ETWKKN WABHINOTON
AND COMMERCIAL ATIXUIB,
Hat Jail recaiyed a fall and tpleadldllnaaf
NEW GOODS
Diets trimmings, silk gimps, silk galonn, gul.
eiire Iwea. mots trlminlng', crocket button.,
silk nail velvet billions, pliiah and trimming vel
vet, hats nii'l li'tnnels, line kid glovet, ladles' and
childteiis'slises, and a full end complete stock ol
Millinery nnd Fancy Goods,
All of winch the proposes to tell at
Tll VIKY LOWEST CASH FRICIW
LAWVEIH.
AIjI-EN, MUJjKKY & WlIEKLEIt,
ATTOIl.VKYS,
1 1 it
C0UN.SKL01JS AT LAW,
William J, Allen, ")
John II.Mulkey, J. CAIRO, 1LI.INOIH.
Bamuel P.Whecler.J
a-rptnlcular attention paid to river and ad
miralty buttnett.
OFFICOver Flitt.Nailiinal Hank, Ohio Levee.
QUEEN fi (JII-UEKT,
ATTOI'.NKYS
xxii
COUNSELOKS AT ;f.AW,
Willlna, ll.fireen, ")
William II (Idlitit, V CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
Miles r.tiilbert, J
oirfipecliil tttentum KiTe to Adroiialty aud
blramboat btitlnett.
OVKice 01110 i.evke, kouud 7 and 8 oven
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
ST. LOUIS FAIJ..
lteslna ut. Sncl anil CoiitlnurN unlll
Oct. 7lh.
SIO.OOO IS VHf.niVMU.
JtaSTHENI) KOR CATALOGUE.
A. II. IlAHHKTT, President,
. O. KALH,l-ecrettry.
f.T. I.OUI TKAIIf NAMK, IIUStNEa AND LO
CATION OK I.fADISO WIIOI.EHALK AXD
II ETA 1 1. IIOL'HE.S.
Thoe ol o-ir readers aim conlemi'late yitiilnjr.
the Kair will pleae rut this nut and iif! it at a
Mlerenee, at the .elections hate Leeli carefully
made and are strictly llrtt-i lata.
AKT (1AI.I.KHY.
looking Oiaea, I'leture Frames, if. fifor-t
M llarilinR.lOT.N. Fifth Mreet.
AltTII'K IAI. AKSIS AM) LKIIk.
Pile itt free, Iwit .Lockwood, MS Pin tM,
T. LOUI ALE lmr.WEr.Y.
T. F. Vouniii Co..3l3N. Commercial at.
HA(l AND 11AOOINO.
II A I, Chae, IT, N Main street.
(UTAH) 1IASKET MANUFACTORY.
(1)1 Fieiiilna; Co, loaS Main, manufacturers ol
fetir Ilatkrtt for (iraln Laundry, Ac.
IIOOK.ELLEK A hTATIONKR.
Send for catalogue. JW Mclotyre, ho 4 uth
Fifth ttriet
HT. I.OUH HOOK A NEWS CO.
WholttaloHlationert, Ac., sir! N Fourth atreet.
liooKSKLLKlut (law and general).
Houle, Thoma, A Winsor.ils JJ Fifth.
ItlLLIAUD TAIII.KS, LOOKING ULAHI?,
Picture Frames, Ac. Jnllut llalke, Thtnufa A
Co, 14 sith.
IIHIDOE 1IUILDCRA.
M 8 Carter A Co, a K oon.er 4ih and Waluat,
CARKIAUE MANUKA CTUHEIt,
Henry Timkln, tU A tic Nsixtn Street.
CHARTER OAK STOTES.
KxccMor Manufacturing Co.,H:NMain ttreH.
CIDER (MISSOURI).
Green A Clark. tOOO Pine street.
CIDER (OHIO).
Deary Eich, lUi Seyeath ilrceu
COMMERCIAL COLLEOK.
Bead for Catalogue Circular. Jonathan Joaet,
Preaident, eorne: Fifth and (Miye.
DRY UOODS (WHOLESALE AND RETAIL).
itiiniii iMtrr a cur stu 3i .uiries;
ENGINE, nnlLF.R AND SHEET IRON WORKS.
Alex, cruiier a Co, 1131 .V Main street.
EK01NEH (l'OHTAflLK AND STATIONARY)
(ttcn and Compresses. Hmith, Heggs A Co,
i"j nam, cor Morgan.
URNITURKA REDDING, (WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL.
Curtis A Maaen, :1C Washlocton ayenue.
KURNITURE, (WIIOLKSALK AND MKT A I
Sole acnt for Jones' Pat Uetl spring. J II Crane,
aiu j; oi ?t rourin street.
FURNITURE, (WHOLESALE YND RETAIL).
Snuford (, rAcnrritt, N Z corner 4th A Locuit,
branch lioutn.lt Market st.
OUNS, PISTOLS AND AMMUNITION,
Importer and Jobbers. JI Koltom A Co, VtO A
i.'JIN Main street.
LUMIIER (WIIOLEHALe),
SchnclU A (Juerl, nwcorlihand Mullanpliy.
LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS.
Bole Agent Anglo Machine Bilk. Haryey 1 Tetlc-
ma- nt a. Lm.,.1. ..
iiitri, v-, ruttttti ft.
MILLINERY, STRAW GOODS, HlH110NS,gtLK8,
Ac, Importer t Jobbers. Waters, Todd A Co,
4UJ N, Fourth at.
JUTENT SOLICITORS, (U.S. AND KOREION.)
t'rlndle A Pyer.B Kcor 4th and Pine St Ht Louis,
Mo, and Washington, UO.
TRINT1NG INK M AND FACTORY,
IlThalman,.ltt it, near Chouteau aye,
RAILWAY A MANUFACTURERS
Bupalles, Iron t Wood Working Machinery,
Itlce, Diuiklce a On, 17 South Filth aireet,
SCALKS, (FAIR1IANKS RTADAUI),)
Fairbanks, Greenleafa Oo, Washington ay
HEWING MACHINES, (NOISELESS).
Willcox and Glbba, iV3 N Fourth Si,
STONEWARE AND PH'JJ MANUFACTORY.
Foracqueilucti, aewers ana ctilyertt, Ht Louts
Utancware Co, 108 N Fourlb,
HTEHLING SILVERWARE MANUFACTORY.
Estublithcd in 18i8 K A Durgin aas N Berenth a
TTrK FOUNDRY AND PAPER HOUSE,
fct Louia Type Foundry Co Itt Pine st
VINEGAR MANUFACTURER.
Aldcn A Clough 310 and 317 Spruce at
PIANOS, (HELL TREUI. PIANOS).
Factory and tulairoom so? m.i ann nt,At..
Call orient! lor Illustrated patatague General
southwestern ageucy for the lluidull Organs
ST LOUIS MANUFACTURING" CO
BTRAMBOATN.
MOUNI) CITY AND OAliVo
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Oapt. "William II. Sandusky.
WILL MAKE
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
Dr.rwr.iv
CAIRO .A-HST-D MID. CITY
Lkayk Cairo,
roor or liuiitii tiii.ct.
At, 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 P.M.
Leave Mn. City,
WIIAUrilOAT,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 A.M.
At ii.30 P.M.
At 0.30 p.M,
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
AT THE
U0X FACTORY, HAWK'b LANDING, KY.
MOUTH OF CA0UK, MARINE WAYS,
AND NAVY YARD.
THE BULLETIN.
BY TELEGRAPH
tlttl,!,.,,!,,!,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,!,,,,,,.,,,!,,.!,,,,,.!,,!,,.,,,.,,.!,,.,.
Reported enprclnlly for Itin Cniro llnl-'
lelln. Ten hoursi In xlvitiice ' St.
LonU patter.
POLITICAL.
THE EIGHT AMONG THE
YORK HADIUALS.
NEW
A ROW IN THE STATE CONVEN
TION, NEW YORK CITY DELEGATES
WITHDRAW.
HOIJTWELL AT CINCINNATI.
Syracuse, X. Y., Spt. If. TlioOrceli'V
conuiiittcu livid 11 iiiettitit; nt !' o'clock tliU
mornini;, wliich unt Inrgftiy nttcntlcd.
Clmlnnati Sinclair, Touriey, "Tliotnu V..
Stownrtnnd Int O. .Miller, uxprcaiud their
diafalitfactlon with tlio tiuitincr in which
certain dolcgatci wern tronti'il by tlio con
vention. Thomas A. Stewurt. who win loud
ly uiihtudcd, mid tho New York ik'lcgri
lion hud not withdriiwn titmdviscdly, iind
would neviir go ImcU. Tlio prutcnt fool
ing with tli tlulfgiitiun was otic of tlio
wickedcit and busest fruudi ever tlevltcd
by uny itnutor or any other tnnii.
An allusion to tho MnssnchinuUt con
vention brought out tho remark from
Tuuncy that tho member nnd tenittors
of thiiHtRte didn't goon the floor of thnt
convention m whippcrf-in.
A delegate Irom Totnkins county said
tho delegation of that county, thour.h it
sympathized with the comrniUcu could not
leave the convention.
Miller ih!!, "let utcomo out distinctly,
not only ugitinit Tumuiiinv hull corrup
tion, hut aghinit tho ihoddy oppre'iion in
our own ranks." An adjournment wui had
till eleven o'clock. The feclintr is vcrj
hitter. '
110UTWELL AT CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, Sept. 28. Hon. Geo. S.
Uoutwcll, secretury of the treasury, ud
drfitsd h very largo republican meeting
at Moxart hall, this evening. Kx-Secrc-tary
Uox was present.
Jlr. Uoutwull, on being introduced,
traced briefly trie connection of tho repub
lican party with tho successful proiccu
tiou of tho war for tho suppression of tho
rebellion; its fitness to take euro of tlio
results of the same, und the unreasonable
nets of expecting from tho democratic
party an approval of tho emancipation
or measure needed to secure to tho
emancipated their rights, or expecting its
concurrence with reference to tlio credit
of the country or tlio puvmcnt of tho debt
incurred in suppressing tho rebellion.
IIu believed if tlio democratic party were
advanced to power, or if tho old school or
new prevailed, tho laws for enforcing the
araendmonts would bo repealed, nnd nil
further clllcient legislation denied. Ho
stated tho democratic policy in these
propositions:
1st. Itdocs not nccept the constitutional
amendments as right in themtolves al
though, as wo itllirm, they nra tho only
guaranty for the principles on which tho
war was prosecuted, and the only sccuritv
for the rights of the 1,000,000 human be
ings emancipated.
2d. It proposed to annul tho banking
system and to form a tur iff tvstem, and
this without regard to their ellect upon
the business und prosperity of tho country.
3d. It challenges tho financial pollcv of
the government and seeks to substitulo its
own will fur the plighted fuilh of tho
nation.
Ho spoke to-night specially on tho third
proposition and on the tweli'th resolution
of tho democratic stuto convention. Ho
then proceeded to Inquiro into the llnBnciul
history of tho country.
Tracing tho reduction of both debt und
interest during Mr. Johnson's ndmistrn
tion, March J, 1609, showed n docreaso
during two yours of $30,303,085,30.
Ho said ho need not commont upon
causes wliich prevented u further reduc
tion of tho debt during tho period nnniod.
TV..!.... . IT 1 .
Lurnij,' tuu jirccecuing year ana can
vuss numerous prepositions woro nnniod
for tho payment of tho public debt In
roenbacks, but no satisfactory nlun wus
ovlsod for payment in greenbacks them
selves. They wero all substantial! v rejected by
tho election of Grant, whoio explicit
declarations in his inaugural tcrinintitod
fortho time all propositions fir pavment
of tho debt in anything but coin.
Tho ik-duratiou of tliu presidonl, with
an net of congress tho lirst pasted alter
his inauguration, by which congress and
tho country wero pledged u thn payment
of tho live-twenty bonds in coin, nnd to tho
resumption of specie paviueiit at tho curli
est pructicublo time formed tho basis of
tho financial policy of tho government
froui that day to this, Tliis WIU tho rt..
jection of all avoidance or repudiation of
tho public debt. It was an timipted Aiut
that tho dobt could only bo paid liv taxa
tion, and tho taxes inustcomo froiutlio re
sources of tho pooplo. In carrying out this
policy tho first act of tho treasury de
partment wnn 10 proviuo lor 11 ti
elllciunt collection of revenues, which,
during tho first year increased from cus
toms, 114,000,000, und from Internal sour
ces, $27,000,000; whilo government ex
penses, including premiums on bonds and
paymont on tho principal of tho
public debt, woro roiluoed f Js.OOO.OOO. in
December, 18011, Concress was enabled to
reduce Intornal taxes nearly sixty millions
of dollars and to diminish Import tuxes
nearly 585,000,000, or about $80,000,000 in
all, The net dobt on tho llrtt of Boptein
ber, 1871, including thn uccruod interest,
....a 0 '171 ltl.l ann nu .1 t .. .1
nun (.,.ii,i..iuu,gti BllUWIIIg 11 HCUmiSU
since March 1st, 1800, of $201,340,000.03,
In tho samo poriod tho annual ntorest
account was reduocd from 1'JO millions
38,550 dollars to 3,439.385 dolluri und
60 cents, or about one million und a miur
ter pur month. Such reduction, if truutad
us a sinking fund, would, bo claimed, pny
tho dobt, oxclusivo of U. S. notes ,uud
fractional currcnoy. Under tlio wuiio lu-
fluenco the paper currency of tho country
had advances siuco .Marcn i, isuvi, irom
70 cents to about 87 cents. How could
il bo said theso changes inured oxclusivoly
to stockholders for tho Indebtedness of tho
nation hud not been increased bv im
proveumnt in its credit, and the additions
thus mado to tho valuoof tho outstanding
bonds; but it remains precisely tho sumo,
excopt on tho theory maintained by tho
opponents of tho republican policy, that
tho bonds themnelveft aro to bo puld In
greenbacks, and no provision mado for
rodeeniing tho same,
If greonbneks aro to bo paid In coin,
us ono would suppoto they ought to lie
paid, nothing could bo gaitiod by compell
ing tho public creditors to toko green
backs in cxclmngo for their bonds, unless
it was by tho saving of interest, wh.ich
seemed to bo a compensation for the de
struction of the publio credit and dligrnco
of tho couniry. Tho appreciation in tho
vnluo of currency, duo to tho improve
ment of tho publio crcd(t,i for tho benefit
of nil thoso who hold any part of it nt tho
tlmo tho appreciation took place.
Mr. lloutwoll tlicn nllildcd ' to tho suc
cessful ncgotIati3n of two million's of tho
flvn per cent bonds, b,
bv which, nssumint:
timt tney nra to. bo .paid witnin ton years,
though tho probabilities woro they would
not bo paid under" 20 years, tho saving
on this issuo in interest would be $20,000,
000. Tho interest upon tho annual saving
and accumulation at tho expiration of tho
ten yettrs would b& f 0.000.000 morc'trivinir
iin 'tiggrogato saving of $20,000,000 against.
This wus tho lots of ir.torct for thrco
months at tho rnto of 0 icr cent, on f 130.
000,000, or l,C2o,000, which he previously
rxpiiiincu us growing out or the Wireo
months notice to tho bond holders of the
intention of tlio government to ro
deem tho bond, if tho now bonds should
run twenty years tho snving
would ho twico these estimates,
when nil details of these
negotiations were complotod way would
bo opened far presenting to capitalists here
und ubroad cilhor parts of tho loan with
n prospect of complete succms. Tlieoo re
mits wero fruits of tho purpose of tho re
publican party to nccept tho dubl as a re
sult of tlio war, and without, inquiring Into
tuu coimucruuou which mo govornmont
received for the bonds to look only to tho
nature of tho obligation which tlio "country
had assured and to faithfully perform it.
If, on tlio part of tho icpublicun party,
thero hnd been uny hesitation if they had
iiMciicu to suggestions tuai Uiu bonus
mlgLt bo piid by thn issuo ot greenbacks,
tho public credit would havo
been still further impaired, and
substitution of bonds at a lower rutu of in
ter es; mado impossible was uotlccuble; that
tho interest paid by our government on
tho public debt was tho standard for inter
nal ralo throughout tho county, and to
somo extent throughout tho world, for thu
bonds of the United States wero negotiable
at mora commercial points outside of this
country than tho bonds of any other gov
ernment. This wns duo to thu implicit
faith of tho people ofther countrys in ut,
Inspired by the declarations of tho repub
lican party,and sustained by evidence giv
en by tho daily reduction of the dobt.
Ho believed that very conideiubio pay
menu should be mado to reduce tho debt
ond reliovo labor from taxation through
many generations, alsi to placo tho nation
in such n position that largo loans might
be obtained nt homo or abroad. Tho pub
lic debt should bo reduced at least $50,000,
000 yearly, and this could bo accomplished
with such n reduction ot tnxes ns would
meet tlio demands of btt'tness and remove
most of tho objectionablu features of tho
system. Amendments to tho internal rev
enue hystein hnd relieved tho peoplo Irom
most, if not nil, of tho really burdensonio
taxei, while from soven subjects now taxed
about one hundred und twontv-flva mil
lions would bo received annually. Tho im
provement hi our credit ImU eliminated
Irom thu differenco between gold and pa
per; all thnt wns duo ton want of faith
in tho financial character of tho country.
Tlio remaining diH'ercnco could bo over
come by nothing until tlio growth of the
country, in its demand for nionoy, should
bo equal to tho present supply, or by re
ducing tlio volume ol currency to an
amount not excecdlng$2, 000,000 per month.
It was true, no doubt, that tho present
vclumo might bo continued with good
honest and general prosperity, and tho dif
ference between tho vuluo of paper nnd
gold annually decreased.
He said that it was tho purpose of tho
republican party, of President Grnnt and
those associated with him, to do what was
practicable to rondcr the paper of the
country ns vuluablo as gold at tho earliest
moment, without injury to tho business
interests, if tho means wero eft to mn.
gross, nnd thero was (ho took it) no dilfer-
onco in tlio republican party; that the
voiumo ol paper rnonoy was, under no cir
cumstances, to bo increased : in this thov
inudo u distinct issuo with tho doinocrntfc
pnrty.
Mr. iioutwoll recapitulated tho financial
results of Grant's administration and in
connection witli tho stutcmont said the
taxes hail been reduced to $80,000,000 an
nually. Ho said ho could reasonably ex
pect that, for tlio reduction of $.30,000,000
might bo made.
Mr. It. then said tho cot.rsoot tho domo
oratic party in rcferenco to tlio dobt was
substantially tho siunu in ellect that their
cotirso was during the war, and that since
the war, thu principal obstitclo to tho im
provement of the tiblic credit had been
thn declared purposo of tho democratic
party to compel li.tlders of 5:20 bonds to
accept greenbacks in thoir placo coupled.
That greenbacks might bo converted at
tho holders will into now a por cent bands.
Ho traced tho unfavorable ellccts of tliu
democratic policy on our credit in Ktirope;
said democratic platform seemed to en
tirely Ignore tho stipulations of tlio aot of
February 25, 1802, providing that dullos
on imports should bo ounculled in coin,
equul to 1 per contum of tho publio dobt
should bo annually set apart as it sinking
fund, and that thu Interest on tho publio
debt should bo puld in coin. Tho demo
crittic proposition to pny tlio lUe-twcnty
bonds in p-reenbaeks would renul ro tin ml.
dltlonul istitu of $1,000,000,000. If tho
Kuropean holdors accepted groonbucks
thev would convert thorn Into gold, by
which tho country would bo drained and
tho curroucy duprooiuled to rates ruling
mo i iu tuo war. i noirrcucoii.il
blo paper munoy would bo Invested Inland
mid othur property most vnluablo and
least allectcd by depreciated outroncy.
Tho currency itself would pass rapidly
from tho capitalists lo tho middle anil
laboring classes, who would lousu
tho hind for agricultural purposos, mid la
bor would bo last to feel tho advance, while
clothing would advance imnu'diatiily. It
wns dilllcult to concoivo of it proposition
fraught with such evil tn all Hussos as that
prcaonteil by thu domocratlo party of
Ohio. If tho $700,000,000 or paper voro
Increased to $1,000,000,000, bo asked if 50
or 100 dolluis would buy u gold dollar or
a bushel of wheal? In conclusion ho
said tho fiituru was in our own
hands nnd thu llrsi ilntv
wus to provide payment for thu publiu i
dobt in coin, or its equivalent ; next, fur a I
considiirahlii annual payment of thu pub
lio, debt. Delay trauslbnod tho burden 1
moro and morn from property to labor; i
tno pasuirovtu timtimu for tho national
independiinco at homo, ami exerted a
powerful I ti It n en co abroad: retarded iutini-
grutloii and tho growth ot a hundred set
tlements in tho now States; tho payment
freed capital for other uses, and tho low-
orcd Interest rate showed the superiority
of our country and institutions, and guvo
America a new claim to be tho leader and
teacher of mankind.
FQitEIGN NEWS.
ROME.
Rome. Septombor 28. Chevalier Nigra,
tho Italian ambassador to France, has been
recalled.
SPAIN.
Madrid, Septombor 28. The king will
open tho Spanish Cortes Monday.
PORTUGAL. ,
LisnoN, Septombor. 28. A steamer from
Rio Jahcrio brings news that the Brazilian
.chamber of deputies adopted a bl)I for tho
emancipation of slates.
ENGLAND.
LONDO.V, Sept. 2i Napoleon still, re-(
mains at Toraqiiy. 'He Vti 'suffered tQly
jrllh rheumatism:
Princess Alexandra leaves London to
morrow for tho Highlands, to bo absont
about a niontn.
It is announced from St. Petersburg
that Russia is about calling in all her
officers and men who havo boon absent on
furlough.
Tho ship Helpers has been totally
wrcckod on tho Island of Snikcn Oag, at
tho mouth of tho Wcser. AH on board
woro lost. Heavy gslos prevailed last
night, and it is feared that many vessels
have beon wrecked.
CHICAGO.
THE PROPELLER NEBRASKA
BURNED.
THIRTY - EIGHT THOUSAND
BUSHELS GRAIN DAM
AGED. Chicago. September 28. Between one
and two o clock this morning a firo oc
curred on tho propeller Nebraska, whilo
lying nt tho Galena elevator's dock in this
city. Her upper works wero destroyed
and her cargo, thirty-eight thousand bush
els of wheat nnd oats, badly damanod.
Tho loss is heavy but largely covered by
insurance. The Nebraska is owned by
iiau oc naign, oi imiiaio.
CRIME.
KILLED BY A DESPERADO.
St. Louis, Sept. 28. At Newton, Kan
sas, on Saturday last, City Marshal King,
demanded a revolver of a Texan, where
upon tho Texnn shot nnd killed him.
Several other shots were flrod, ono of
which mortally wounded David Lisles.
NEW YOKK.
New York, Sept.
MONEY Plenty at six per cent.
GOLD Dull but steady at 14Jc.
28.
THE DRY GOODS TRADE,
THE MAMMOTH ESTABLISHMENT Ol OOLD-
iTKIN AND BOKKN WATER THE FALL
TRADE THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
DRY GOODS, READY MADE CLOTIIINO,
HATri, CAPS, ETC., IX CAIRO.
Wo yesterday paid a visit to tho mam
moth establishment of Messrf. Goldstein
& Roscnwater, Commercial avenue, be
tween Eighth and Ninth streets, and must
confess our surprise at seoing the immense
slock to be found in this house. This firm
havo long enjoyed tlio reputation of being
among tho leading dry good merchants of
tho 'city, and ono who will tako tho
pains to examine their stock, will noed no
othor assurance of the truth of this ro
port. In tho dry goods lino they aro receiving
daily fresh udditions to thoir alroady im
mense stock. In tho tho lino ef silks,
Irish poplins, velvits and velveteens, etc.,
they havo a most choice and select assort
ment. Of Irish poplins alono, they havo
upwards of two hundred and fifty paterns,
of silks their stock is enormous; of volvet
and vclvctincs it cannot bo surpassed.
Ribbons, gloves, ladies collars, and all tho
minor articles that go toward making up
tho dress of a lady, are to bo found hero
in abundance. Of their stock of ready
made clothing thero is no end, end their
prices are so reasonable that they havo
built up a largo nnd profitable trade in
this line. In tho way of hats and caps
they aro doing a big business,
Tho firm of Goldstein & Rosen
water aro now prepared ta fill ordors for
goods, cither at wholesale or retail. Tho
wholosalo business with thorn is new
feature, and thoy are confident of their
ability lo compoto with other markets. in
the samo trado. As tho soason when pee
plo begin to prepare for winter Is now at
hand, wo udvitu our readers to call tipen
.Messrs, uoitistcin e ttosun water before
purchasing elsewhere.
For good photographs, porcelain pic
tures, or old pictures to be copied, call on
lliomus, No. 124 Commercial avenuo. He
is k good workman. Give him a trial.
septlStr.
For Sale A cottage on i2th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
houses complete. Apply to
SV. IV. TiioHMTOtr.
Everybody goes to Jorgensen's family
gnrcory for the Halferd Leicestershire
sauce. (f
Jorgonsen has a great run for Capt.
White's oriental plcklos, tf
Money refunded if Glllet's goods don't
1'lcHSO. ag!8eowdw2m '
At Jorgenson's may bo found tho pop
ular Fronclt assorted plcklos. if
Go to Pfcrkor & lllako'i, corner Com
merclal avenuo and 11th street, for Autora
oil. UR?$dnx-
RIVER NEWS.
PORT LIST.
AftllYXb.
1 Steamer Umpire, Louisville,
" H. ti. Merrill, St. Louis.
" St. Joseph, Memphis.
11 Illinois,. Columbus.
Mary McDonald, Memphis.
" Belle of Pike, St. Louis.
DKr-ARTID.
Steamer Umpire, Louisville.
" S. 3. Morrill, N. O.
" St. Joseph, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Mary McDonald, St. Xouis.
" Belle of Plke.'Mcmphls.
Tho Ohio is still falling and during the
past 24 hours hu fallen 4 inches with 11
incnee on isacon rock. J. no river is now
'lower then It has been tot several yean
antt a few days more Bacen Rock will be
out of water unlets a rise takes place seon.
The only supposition that we can arrivo
at is that the bottom has fallen out, and if
that is the caso they must bo having rathor
a wet timo of it down below.
Tbo same old song in regard to the
Mississippi still on stand, with about 4
feat in tho channel, and that is hard to
find. Boatsloading to more than 41 feet
al St. Louis, oxporience much trouble
coming down.-Tbo river is very bad to
Memphis, and below there it is in a terri
ble state.
Business on the1 landing was good.
Thero Is but little frelghi on hand at any
ono time, but packets And no trouble till
ing out hero with all they can carry on
tlio water below.
iTho weather is still cool, and overcoats
fee! very comfortable during tho morning,
That 'ar infuriated Umpire arrived at an
early hour yesterday forenoon with a fair
trip for thn south. Since her last appear-
anco horo she has beon partly sold. Capt.
Batcmau is now commending her with the
genial Henry Miller in the offico, they
each having purchased an interest in hor.
Sho departed last nigtit for Louisville.
Jim Biggs is her passenger agent, and of
conrso she had ber share of paeseagers.
The St. Joseph from Memphis, put off
bore about 25 packages. She had but lf
tlo freight for St, Louis..
The Mary McDonald discharged at the
I.C. R. R. wharf boat 223 bales cotton.
From bor offlcors wo learned that the Lou-
isvlllo was aground at Poiat Pleasant as
sho passed. Sho roportod 1J feet to Mem
phis. The S. S. Merrill enmo out with a good
trip nnd roceived a large lot of freight
here. Her cabin wns full of passengers.
Tho Bello of Piko is proving herself to
bo a splendid low water boat. Sho Is now
on bor second trip in placo of the Grand
Tower, and has not been aground during
that time. Her officers reported the sink
fng of the Silver Bow at or noar Price'i
Landing, Mo., yestorday afternoon. Her
pilots had just changed watch whon she fait
a snag, tearing a hole in ber larboard side,
causing ber to sink In a few minutes. She
was headed for tho bar and sunk In Ave
feet of water. Her captain came down on
the Pike and got the Eckort to go to her
assistance last ovonlng. No lives were
lost.
At a late hour last night the James FIsk
had not arrived. She is probably on
some dusty placo.
From partlos who came up on the Mc
Donald we learn there is considerable ex
citement in Memphis about tho yellow fe
ver, aud that the city is full of persons
fleeing from it.
At the foot of President's island, Sun
day afternoon, one of tho Mohawk's barges
struck a log amidships, breaking a number
timbers. Two feet of water was shipped
and tho barge was taken back to Motp
phis to bo put on tho docks. The cargo
consisted chiefly of flour and was consider
ably damaged.
Tho Lida Howell passed down last
evoning towing the new wharfboat built
by Cuttlag & Wood, of Metropolis, for
Murray, Plielps & Co., New Madrid, Mo,
Tho raarino ways of Collier Sc Co., at
Mound City, are offered for sale. Thoy
aro tho most extensivo in the western
country, and have the capacity for dock
ing the largest class boats.
A completu surVoy of the Tennessto
river has been msslo. The estimated cost
of the proposed improvement will bo
10,000,000, which when completed will
mako tho rivor navigable a distance of
nine hundred miles from its mouth.
The bard storm wo had last Monday
night struck the Dlek Johnson at the
mouth of the Saline river, and nearly
oapoiscd her, creating the greatest conster
nation among her passengers. Sho was
carrlod down the liver two miles whilst
backing against the wind with all ber
power. Sho escaped without being dam
aged. Frights are being taken from Little
Rock up to Fort Smith on flst-boals pro
polled by horses. The rate of froight is
$1.60 per 100 pounds to Dordanollo, and
3.50 per 100 pounds to Port Smith. The
Arkansas Insurance company propose to
insuro oa them at tbo usual ratos of prem
ium charged on steamboats in that river.
Capt. Docker is as handsome at ever
and if wo woro a young lady we would
set our cap for him. He is to be soen noar-
ly evory evening perambulating the
streets with somo fair damsel. It is better
to be born handsomq than rich.
Tho Indiana will ontor tho New Orlerns
and Momphls trado as a regular alternate
packet.
PHIL HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
City XatJoaMU Rank RaUentast.
i. aUeatlesj jald fe Ms ttom tWtt
WIJTEH AUD MtiCOlU.
WM. H SCHUTTER,
Itapier sttset
Wholesale Dealer la
WINES, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO & CXGksVItS.
Aftnt for the tst brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
AXD
Important Alee or Different Hindi.
75 Ohio Levee,
j" CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
P. MT'STOCKFLETII,
srccittoa roati a tiocariam
Beetlfjrer and Wholesale Dealer ss
rorelfps and Domrstla
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Levei,
Sraut naio Bioci,
CllRO, ILLINOIS.
MPon nana constantly a
Old Kentucky lloiirhnn. H ,
full stock nl
hfla Whllkk't. French Urandlrt. Ilnll...l
anil Monoon-
II h I n a i.tirA.l. It' .. .. 1 . 1
)n30tf
OUXHJflTHN.
JOHN A. KOEHLER,
Manufacture et all kinds of
SHOT Q-TTISTS,
RIFLES AND PISTOLS.
KEYS MADE TO ORDER.
All Itlada of
Work
Done.
assd RepalrtssK
BATIdPACTlO.N WARRANTED.
CoMMiaclAL-AV., a Few Doors Bilow
l'OSTOFFICB.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
fowdr, Shot, Caps and all aortsol Cartridges
constantly on hand. Mptmf
OAH riTTERN.
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
iiBDiuaa i
OAS nXTX'RE.
das PitUr'a and Plumbar'a maUrlal, Wood
pumpa, glob and ana'.e yalrat, stop
corks, aheck yalyea, ate.
itso soils mi
Tafte Brother Patent Dry Oaa Meteisl
And Morehouse, Wells A Co'a Automatic WaUr
Indicator aad Supply Valye for steam boilers.
WINTER'S BLOCK, COMUKRCIAL-AVMUa
Cairo, Illinois.
ellm
VTCnssRS.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
Haye reopened the
MFIXAB MEAT MARKET,
COMUritCIAX-AV,
Between Ninth and Tenth HtreeU,'
and will keep constantly on hand th best meats
i',.uflmr;J.m Cairo market. They del) Tom.
pulton, uiy wicm a trial. scntntr
JAMES KYNASTON,
taker and Dealer In all Kinds rroak
Meat,
Ouiaas KrxiTiaatii aid Porta Sissst.
Cits'), ILLINOIH.
BUru aid slaughters only the yery beat cattle.
hoa and sheep, and Is prepared to all any
demand for fresh !nna fmm ,VT. .'Trl
Ihou.and pound. - ,"7.,'Sbif
JOHN BEOPPLE, '
Sfiusngo Manufacturer
Of ALL MUD
Xa. 81 CoiiirtRciAL-Av., nix. 6th aud
Ath Stkkitb.
CAIRO, ,-... ILLINOIS.
aeptlW
WALTER & MALONY,
BUTOHBBS
AS DlilalS nt
FRESH MEAT,
iohth Stbmt, Bxxwxiar Waiiixqtox
ASB COIIMXKCIAL AYJsMUBS,
Adjoining SUtenheaso at Manny,
fc.'t 'i? b1 uf. Pot, Mutton. Val.
Miosis talk loosl aecenlab anainar .JZm
i " ' -e-"
PHYNIOIAHS'
n. S. BRIQHAM, M. D.
UOMOXPATHIHT.
J?J!t?i ,V 180 c"merclaJ ayenue. Offloe
N"?J 'J? 2 nd. 1 P "' Ueiideoee,
No. 14, MUlh street, Cairo Illinois. '
A. WADttYMAR, M. D..
JjaTHICUN, 8urton aa4 Accouheur, formerly
"'m4."' Un.'?n "ouatr, Illinois. 'has SStL
stiananllv I a t. ,1 1. r, . , V. . ' " l"
ween Ei(klh atsi Kmth streetT Welt
1UV
many
WILLIAM H. SMITH. M. .
B8IUKNi K No, n TbirtssMth tlfaai v.
vtioli,Cmmni,l ay.nii.r?7uirii. K
0. W. DUNNING. M,D.
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