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THE CAIRO 'DAIIiV BULLETIN, SUNDAY, OOTOBER'29 1871.
joiin it nni:iii.r, KJiir .il
Stumr -Mornino, Ocionr.n 28, 1871.
T or Tiir Daiit 111 tl Mill
O.e week, '" M
m tearby carrier, In advance 10 oil
t 11011111. by wall, - W
Jh.-M rrnnths, ...... 12 2s
n t mnilh
I n mlitilt tht patrow ' MtUigtnl reaJtn ami
enterpnMng burfc mm.
T1IK MOLLAK WKKKI.Y 1IULLKTI.V.
jihti II. oberly 4 Co, riKTO reduced the ub-..rli-ttoti
price of (lie Weekly Cairo llnllelln to
0 tliiliirpmftnm, making It the cheapest pa
(.r i'itt'11 lied in Southern llllnoli.
For Kri.reenlellTe In ConRres. for the State-al-Large,
S. S. HAYES.
For Stole Senator,
WILLIAM Or. BOWMAN.
For Treasurerjind Collector,
JOHN P. HELY.
The latest from the "Washington
Reform club is to the effect that a class
of "reclaimed women" are being in
structed by a female clevationist for the
lecture .field. Here in reform with a
The Tilinn party movement is be
ing actively agitated in Cincinnati.
The prime mover is Senator Schurz,
Alexander Long, Alexander Ferguson,
other prominent American gentlemen
and a strong German element.
TheGeokoia radical politicians,
it is said, contemplate ajnow departure.
They propose to Bhip all carpet-baggers
and put in nomination only native citi
' zens "who have individual worth and
social standing." This will, virtually,
bo yielding the state to the conservative
Stokes, the celebrated radical leader
of Tennessee, has been arrested for
stealing. He is now supervisor of in
ternal revenue for that state. He, with
other officials, have pocketed at least
8G0,000 bounty money belonging to
union soldiers. Gen. Bullock, of tho
frcednien's bureau, has also been de
clared a defaulter to the amount of SCO,
000. Are they all all thieves, thoso
radical office-holders ?
(Ewing was an old lino whig, i""1 ho
took nil active part in 'o mcuiorauio
campaign of IS "S thj8
paign ho became known as tho "Old
Salt Roilcr," and tho foubriciuot went
with him through life. Ho was np
pointed secretary of the treasury by
Ocn. Ilarrieon in 1811, and undcrl'rcs
iJcnt Taylor, was tho first eccrctaey of
the Tutcrior department.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING of tre
American Missionary association held
n HartforJ, Conn., during tho past
week, one of the Hev. brethren devoted
considerable time to the subject of the
Chinese in America. He remarked
that the field of labor among the Chi
nese in California is one calling for
much help. If the work of extermi
nation, began by the Americans at L s
Angeles, on Tuesday last is to be con
tinued, the only labor Christian Anicr-
cans will be called on to perform for
the Chinese in California, will be to
appoint sextons to go there and bury
them. Nineteen Chinese wero put to
death by hanging aud shooting and
many others wero maltreated by an in
furiated mob. The offense of the Chi
nese was being Chinese. The cause of
humanity would be served if the Amer
ican Missionary Association were to
send its missionaries to the American
in California. Thorc is small hope,
however, that their christianizing influ
ences would have much effect on such
cold-blooded monsters and assassins.
Tin: Chicago papers are bnabting
about their great fire, and all the peo
ple of that very remarkable city are
chuckling amid (he ruins of their des
troyed houses over the knowledge that
the conflagration which shall we My?
ruined them, was greater than any form
er earthly conflagration and is not like
ly to be eclipsed until wraped in flames
the realms of ether glow aud heavens
lan thunders shake the world below.
Chief Juhtice Chase, being inter
viewed, informed n correspondent of
the Boston Pott a few days nco, that
he was of the opinon the demo
crats could retain their organization.
He believed they would never give up,
and yet select as candidates for presi
dent and vice-president men who,
from their past history, would invite
and secure the votes of the entire con
servative elements of all parties. He
had heard expressed doubts in the
minds of conservative republicans 'as
to what would be their status should
they co-operate with the democrats in
electing the president, and they asked
whether, in case of such co-operation,
they would not bo overslaughed in
this new organization by the old -time
democrats and fossil leaders who gov
ern that party in some localities, as, for
example, lu Ohio and Indiana. Such
doubts certainly exist to a largo o.x
tent among republicans inclined to
support a candidate, but he (Chief
Justice Chase) did not share them,
though he admitted that there were
grounds to warrant distrust in tho minds
of some others. Judge Chase regret
ted that the Ohio democrats had got
ten themselves into such an error upon
nancial matters as wai found embod
ied in a resolution in their stato plat
form. He regarded the platform of
the democrats in Wisconsin, upon
which the canvass is now progressing,
as entirely unexceptionable, and bucIi
a one as should receive the approval of
members of any party.
The Missouri Democrat, comment
ing on the part Carl Schurz is taking
in the formation of a third, or new po
litical party, says ''tho blood of every
' republican in tho state will tingle with
' indignation at the news," Doubtless,
Carl Schurz was one of the idols of the
radical party and it is not blind to the
fact that the earnestness anil talent
which exerted such an influence in its
ranks, will be just as powerful when
they flow in a different direction
St. liOt'is has been very open-hand
We know that Mr. George Mertz,
radical caudidate for senator in this
district, knows us to be his best friend ;
that we would burn the midnii'ht
oil to serve him ; that he has but to
command aud we obev : that with the
affection of Damon for Pythias and
Jonathan for David, and vie? vena, we
regard him. Wo know, as we have
said, that (Jeorgo knows these facts,
and we can therefore venture to advise
him with the freedom of a brother or a
young man. Ho had just arrived nt
his twentieth year, but was already
fimous among his friends for his learn
ing aud ability. After the war ho on.
tcrcd Princctou college, and nt a einglo
bjtinJ placed himself in the foremost
ranks of the school. From that time,
siys tho New York Standard, his ca
reer at college was a phenomenon, and
may be regarded as almost historical.
He passed at once to the head of his
class. As one of his class mates who
ranked next to him in honors said, " I
'had competitors Pryor had none.
1 No one thought of disputing his lead
1 ership.' He lead the class in every
study, although one of its youngest
mo m be rs. His favorite studies were
mathematics and metaphysics. He
loved to dwell in the highest ranges of
mathematical problems, and concern
his rninii with questions that tho ripest
of our scholars had not ventured to
reach. All metaphysical subjects had a
deep interest for him, especially what
we may call tho metaphysics of theolo
gy. Jlo had strong religious tenden
cies, and the impression was, when at
Princeton, that he would enter the min
istry. When he came to graduate, it
was hard to find a parallel for his
standing. For a hundred years no
student has stood so high, and the one
who came nearest to him a Btudent
whose college life is also historic was
Aaron Burr, who graduated just a hun- j
drcd years ago. The highest average
mark in the collogo is 100. Young
Pryor's average was 99.9. Shortly be
fore his death signs of mental weariness
were seen ; many symptoms of an over
taxed mind. The physicians believe
that at the time of his death he was
suffering from congestion of the brain ;
that this brought with it temporary in
sanity, and that he committed suicide.
t&Tha Sun FrancUco Bulletin thus
describes the now Japanese silver coinage .
"Tho standard of fineness and weight ii
that of tho American coinage, the unit
being 'Yen,' which corresponds with tho
American dollar in ska and value, though
in its general appearance, style and finish,
it more resombles tho New Mexican coin
age. Tho yen, half yen and quarter yen
(all round coins) are alike in everythir
butsizo and value, tho design on all being
identical. Tho obverso has a sun and halo
in the ccntor, with a wreath below and
three flowers above. The reverse has the
Imperial dragon curiously coiled up in
the center, surrounded with Japanese char
acters. The milling is tho earns as that on
the American coinage. Hitherto, it has
been found Impossible to get any coin ex
cept tho dollar of tho Republic of Mexi
co to pass current in China ; but our Jap
eneso advices state that the Chinese mer
chants in Japan aro exporting the now Jap
uncso coin to China by the cart-load, as
fubt as it is issued from the mint, which
would indicate thnt they expect it to go
Into general circulation in the Central
8ta5 In Ooorgia recently a whito man
and a colored woman, who had been-- mar
ried under n licence duly issued by tho Or
dinary, were In a Stato court convicted of
adultery and son to need to imprisonment,
on the ground that marriages between tho
whito and the black races aro forbidden by
tho State statute, and are thoreforo illegal
and void. They sued out a writ of habeas
corpus, and had tbeir case taken before
Judge Erskine of tho United States Dis
trict Court, claiming that the law under
which they had been convicted was in con
travention of the first section of the Four
teenth Amendment, which provides that
no State shall make or enforce any law
which shall abridge the privilege or im
munltles of any citizens of the United
States. Judge Ersklno decided that tho
validity of the statuto in question had not
bcon effected by thn adoption of the amend
ment, und that tho pretended marrlago of
tho parties was illegal, and thuir convic
tion just and proper under tho laws. Ac
Louis Muhlbach has sited a Merlin
journalist for I,000, the fellow being
cowardly enough to slander her beeatisa
no thought ho could not bo detected.
18 ..or ul A) ere A Co.!
tiiMier.il Commission Merchant
lil.l OHIO l.EVLK,
CORNER BIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Entrance on Hlxth.it,,)
PAUL (J SCIIUH,
ID JE&TJ go-ist,
K. J; Jk.'l-,
I' , 1 II"! 1 ,
K. II. u )., J
(ilMIIN.NA'll, OH Kl.
OAKK-. CAI'V 1 Ci I'n.i.flrl
. . Caiiio, Illinois.
.). m iTfriji7iis,r'cu.
-ii -.. in r. ii. Ilrn.lrl k. i ('.,
Forwarding and Commission
Wll W'.F.IIUA IMtOl'I'.IKTolLS,
t'OMMKRCIAI.-AYKNUK 0ll'Oll'K V.
; it i: m v r. n,
NO. I0H COMMKKCIAIj AVKNI'K,
Whlltnkfr'N (Mil Nlnii'l.
t' lll.O, I I.I.
The House is Newly I'i'iimsiikp
lhl li !iti lu III pil'tir 111., tt - I'ttitKcr
ii ii- i r hmi.i' rt
Aa MFortmtnt of the dIxito cd, pecurtljr
pekil ler hlrmint, for ln nt Clnummll prlcM
uu irviKni, iit iiAftwi..! i i.i.tsTO.,
Jjnm und I'mnl Lie alert, 74 Ohio Lie.
Lilwtal AIviuk n .
i a wn,
ft KX Kit AIj UNDKHTAKKH,
FIRE INSURANCE CO..
01 IUrlfor.1, Con
Kqual to the ftrcat Kmergency.
THK IltOX CLAD OLD
TMUdhIhe storms ol Hi it) -on yen
AXD STILL IS SOUND.
Pkyafrom hcrinrplu of
liar Lotsts Ity the
0 RRAT CHICAGO KIRK
lmlni! I'tr in".Dlticent caplul of
Ar praril lo tfcfiic, ttur oi uiwitrd
freights lo ill point od iaij fcl
HI on commiwlon.
rButlomt tltiud to promptly.
g . 1
i - I vifc
ii g ii
! I i A 1
Cor. M'hlogtii-HV.iiit Illli-iil.,
OA I IK) Il.l.INOIH.
W. O. CAltY,
H. M. HULKN,
n-wnrT?n . v,nrkATT?T,vvrTn-
U1IUUU1V AflUVUiU JUVUVil
No. 134 Commercinl-ave.,
MILLKIt tc PARKKIt,
DEALERS IN FLOUR. CORN o
Oats, Hay, etc.
58 Onto Livxk, CAIRO, IIJ.S.
Z. D. U ATHUM. K. C. UUL.
MATHUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE, SALES ROOM, No. 13SIXTII STUK
l'Jiiprlloiitr utmllon to Hllinu til phiirl,
" i lamnr rr c r 1 1 'l ion .
ALL PATENT MEDICINE
worth htrlug. At tt
KBKM' t'BVr.K TONIC,
Wrrnlr.l II, f Ul KrirKIIUr v...n I. i,
NO CURK MONKY RKFUNDK
HUCHU AND DANDELION
AnVxc-llfiil trmnij In nil dlfiiof Ui l)
nrjF, njuiui, loon or iiier
thko lleinbold'ii. tad lor
ilta intir rot
llumiilirrj'ii IIatwtBi4atlilc Hmt
I v' i!H
Hit writ Mrctd stock of
Of Ttjf dMrlptlon cuuMt bo
mirpMitd Ij uij Ub.
Ilihmrnl ol tkt
kind lo tht
h i i H ' I S h. SAV i
;ChnrlrrnI Mnrrb SI. IM.
H: OHIO I.EVKR,
IJnlouclird nnd Qutrtrr of a Million Hurplu lo
ft KT HARTFORD POLICIES.
.Safl'onl, Morri & Candee, agents,
U'Uun fourth SW .SVj.,
rrr city national bank, :c
confidential friend. Wo may, we think,
say to him that he should withdraw his mr.Hn., tii ,i.iinn n.. ,n,ria,.n ,r .
.1 :.. i.. n- .. ..... " " " n- "
cu in regaru 10 mci. nicago sinicrera, out name irom me canvass ; tnat lie lias no whito man to a Muck womanis neither a
,-he can't claim that her charities are of chance of success ; that he is extremely jirivilcgo iwr a riht.
that wt which does'nt let the right unpopular i" every local! tv where he is
hand know what the left hand docth. known, and is unknown" where he is -Tl.e people of Cl.tcaSo don't seem to
Her newsnaner have blown her trumn. not known to he disked. Thk. of f letiori M promptly now as
. ' tney uiu a lew wkcks ago. tiki t.tenxng
ets constantly since the fire and now course, is very plnn language, but, Voili cont,inh ii8t of tlu lettors uncalled
they have hired t-omc poetasters to I then, as friend to friend, wu think we I for lu the post-otllie there, and it is some
" do " her muiiificonec in rhymes. Rut may venture to use it. Georire, you thing o( a curiosity in its wav. It fills tho
nnle the muses are invoked with bet- fcc, is a reasonable man, and admires whole of the third page of tho Pott and
ter success than has been shown thus frankness. Me will not, therefore, be one column on the second page. In the
far, the newspapers would do well to offended when we tell him the people ""on'sllst Uifre aro thri-i-rows of names to
.fill- . . i i . v.- i . i . . , . ' ' column j in the ludici, list
stick to big head lines, exclamation detest political tricksters of Ins stamp, lmt tW0( mvng in . all
points and plain prose. who, to accomplish Fcllisli ends, culti- twenty-throp names, In small typo,
(1 vatc the triendship ot the worst class ot tho full length of the imgo. If printed in
wsb. nuiin, (.alienor oi custom at norQCj, and kcep ieir ,niluj8 5nflamcd U handsomoly-bound volume that pile of
ucqj., u o.u.ume pro- hh fulrtcuoods and mcan appeals to , , curios ana inter.
v.Svu, m xWB ..u uj.pomieu 10 their prejudices; that the people know J J
Ilia r.r. .!! .1. J, !H .f .. ' ' 11 I -. . .... ,
iwiiuu imuuK iuu iuiiuuiivu i 1 fiim In ho r. Pent Piimn nf vrv liilln ir- A.,)! i nii..i
the latter, is about to be removed ior ability, tmperfieial in everything but for 187. were In the Jvcar, 10,000
irregularities in office. The precise ua- nn,itinnl mMnM.. ,nn i.L n. ... H"y qualified medical practitioners in
ture of the offenses is not stated. The vengeful heart of . Brownlow but dei. i W,'T ,C'113 he,d PM P-
radical party treats its erring officials ,;., nf nn snrV. n( ,., P ntmonts, and 4.C8C were engaged In
ith a tenderness truly touching. It l Fp prtcUce' Thoro "' onu
"tains theu in office gLg them ev- dc'aKogue s ability. Mr. Mertx medical man to each 7,182 of the popula-
erv chm. i,. : , . . t a good enough man when he is aloue, on. Among tho lower classes, ths value
hour bv PT g but ho is not the man tho people of Clonal professional assistance i, quite
reach ludT ihy wltWn their this district needs in the senate. They unrtC0nI i nd hence infectious dUea-
reacn anaiu wUculh(jrc . abil'itv a man whose U'9 w.mmlt hihlM rVft8, the
that long-suffermj; publie opinion may i . " ,M " W''0S" "orta1lty among children is greater than
.i, n-u...i: i "un may pregouce. boarinit. abilitv' and moral i '
iiuibi, hh uutnuvjn ure (luietlv iH -
missed, happy in the possesion of the r W0'th wU1 roflcct CrcJit uPon KSypt i
booty and untroubled by worryinK Ul. 10 Judg Bowwan' the Jonocratio
gestions of an "investigation" candidate, they .have such u man.
Chercforc. n n frinni) wn nr.r.nu in
w ' ' -M-rrA' ""(5b'-"- Tn H,a ..!,.. 1, ..... J , ,
The Hon, Thomas Kwo diedb that he '.d get off the mZXZZ Z'Z
Lancaster, Ohio, on st Thuwday af- k ',cr?rc 1,0 ls crushed. A word to platform of tho car to look at the moon.
ternoon. Mr. Kwmg was born in Ohio ' Bun'cicilt' Tl:o door closed with a spring lock, and
in , ., 1 the portor of the car was asleep. Ho says
w-auiot lueodorio R. Pryor, son ho never cnloyod a tlfty mllo rldo an ho did
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Catasaarrlnl Arnnr, oppokll Bill
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to ordrr, or Read.M da.
11. mi'rlvMl k full and fiomDieU stock of eocdi.
the nwoat uml compKlFul in me cuy. ab iw
rotate rarity ol
RIBBONS, LACES AND FKINUEa
nir.r. Inrfiirometi to her DttroBa ant
all others to call on her.examiae the prices, tjle
ann quaniy or ner gooei
CLOSE k VINCENT,
Crubmt, I'i.astkb Takis,
Ctsr Kisklk Hirt mm4 kl
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(Huccaaeor to Parker A yiil'.llt,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,;
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cob. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
A. II. SAFFORP, President:
H. s. TAYLOR. VIce.i'ri-tiJeDt:
U' HVHI.IIP. Mwrrlarv anil Treulir
P. W. IUacLAT,
It. M. CriiiiuM,
J. 31. I HIL1 11
I'.t'L li. .
Uf l.ujlDg)fcUr It. M.Cril.iuM, W. !. Ilr
stvm.alia ufanv Anioiinl llerelvt'
INTKKKjT paid on depoIU at the rrt
I t m lurnh 1.1 and!
. 1 1 n , L . . j-i aut. ...., , ' I
t v Inl.r..! nn wlthilrftWIl IB UUlf
-. . --r- -r- r-T-i -r-r -i i -m '.'.l' "Ii 7 .i.....
-Ct O.N O- J- - J-x-'-i-J glrlng them compound Interest.
MARRIID WOMRH AXD CIIILDRS1
. . . n w w I
to TR1T VO Oil XLIt cm BliW it'
tlrwt ...r, l.n.tn.a HftV from ft a.m.
ana Matumay eyenmx ior nju.i" m
only, from t to s o'clock.
auiotf W. HT8L0P. Tr.
THE CITY NATI01
IiADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS. C. McGEE,
KI01ITU STKKET. HKTWSKN WABIIINOTOV
AND COMMKRCIAL AYINUKS,
iliu juat recelred a full and aplendid lino ef
Pr trlmmlnsH. allk Elmna. silk saloon. aul
pure lacea, mots trimming, crocket button,
yet, hats and bonneta, fine kid ulorea, ladlas' anS I K'J Ollifl TjPVPft (lAlPn IllinOlH
children.' shoes, and a full anifcompiete alock ol ' AiLVcc, VUIM), illlUUl.
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which he proones to sell at
Tills VKKT L0WX8T CAHU PRICM
STRATTON & BIRD,
(9uccaaaora toHtrattoa, lludaon t Clark.)
W. P. IIALLIPAY, Preaidenti
A. II. 8AFF0RP, Cashier:
WAI.TF.R HYHI.OP, Asilitant Cal
Wabliis;lou-HV., Nenr I'okHiiii IIoiinp
Ua... ivinhliAH nrfilKfrililre to inform the
citiiens of Cairo Hint Ihev are maniilHcliirlntt all
r-Agents of American Powder Co., and roan- it,atv AND FANCY FURNITURE
. . ... i j j i - - -
HCimvri goBM lur i:o.Hia jbiu. J7'ui
MTAA1K 1 ATLOB, nvaaaT u. v,
Hcott Wintr, W. P. Haiii
Ul.0. U. IL1.IA0S, Biri; uiu,
A. ii. DArroas.
Bond Bonvht mm4l
DEPOSITS received, ana a gt".
In any of the countries of Western Europe.
A citizen ot Janesvlllo, Wisconsin.
on a recent trip to St. Louis, took a sloep-
mg ear ocrin on a tnrougU expross train.
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
(la Fitter's and Plumber's material, Wood
pumps, giooe anu angle vaivea, atop
cocks, check TeT?es,etc.
also Aaur roa
Taifta Brother ratten t Dry Uaus Metena
county, Virginia, in 1789, and was at
tbo timo of his death about eighty-two
years of ago. He wao one of tho early
BOttlorw of Ohio where lin commenced
tho practice of law in the year 181 C.
He became a member of tbo United
'M'.mnafr.uiJrWP. Iii polities. Mr.
of Geu. Roger A. Pryor, baa occasioned "'"t one
univcraal sorrow in Now w.rtr ,,.! ),.
called attention to hla rotnarkablo abil- DoK10,,v' ,n '"
. . JUt0UUJ muni-i uy ur, supposed to havo boon kindled by
"Kv iicwiiiinr was a reraarnauie i runKticiu inter of thn
And aforehouee, Wells A Co'a Automatic WaUl
luaicaur audbuppljr vauo for steam boilers.
WlHTkfc'B BLOCK,. COMUKECIAL-AVKWOa.
WIILIAM SAVM AN.
BAUMAN & HAUENSTINE,
CIVIL AND MhCH ANICAI.
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
Bstom llulldtua;, comer Klcvasstk itr
aa f'omnscrcUl mt Cairo, III..
TlliANB ANU Hl'KClKICATIONHfor allWraoch.i
J. of ClTll ICnglnecrinK and Archiuwlure, such
ai" ir uuunrH, inairioi or liorporauont,
Plans and Calculatlnni for Steam anl Water
Power,- for Indimtrjal KatuMnhmenta. for Iron, I
atone or Wuoden Uridaf i, fur Churohea, Cour
HuUBfiu ".l lllllr llll.lln ltlltl.linuu UllBtn.. mm
bwoujng liouaea, Cottaf.er, etc. etc., turolibed
WMHW ALK CB0CKR.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
A'so, keep ronstaatly on hand a uioet can).
pieie Bloc vi
HC0TCI1 ANU IIIIBH WHIBKIK8
-G I N H,
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba Wines
RBMVT1I A CO. selTexclualTely 'or cash, to
, whloh fact they lnite the especial attan-
tiou ei close Darf am uujrere.
SMtai atttntion given io Filling Order
OOKfl, pauiphlets, brieti, cataloaues, newa
papers, Uz Hats, and every Tariely t eiten
And hare now on Iwnil and for mile, at
Wlitleale nud Retail,
II kiBiU, and wll continue tt keep nt their
DANIEL HUIID. President l
IIOBEBT W. MILLER, Vlc-Pi
0. N. HUOHES, Cashier.
BALKH BOOHS, I TUKIK IIUII.Hinu, COLLECTIONS PROMrlL
Beery discretion of cheap and cosily inrnliure,
tWMarble Topped Onreaus,
y-Wardrobes, Sola Chairs,
j.8ofai and Matratnes,
49-Loungrs, etc , etc.,
Whltb they will guarantee to soil
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
EXCHANGE, coin, bank nolea
Btatea aeourlllea bought and so!
inierwi auowea on iiaiai
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