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JOHN II. OHEHLT, Editor and Publishers
IntnsDAY, Monxi.vu, Nov. 0,1871.
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ttwlictitht)xiimnngto1 intrUtgtnt naderi and
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THK DOLLAR WEKKLT JIULLET1N.
John II. Oherly A Co. have reduced the tub
serlptlon pnn of Ihe Weekly Cairo llulletln to
Ont iyiar ptr muM. msklng li Ihe cheapest pa
republished In Southern Illinois.
Gov. Palmer lias had his " pliil " of
New-Yokk is still watching nnd
waiting for Alexis.'
The congrcys of the United States
meets three weeks from next Monday.
Mayoii Hiiow.v of St. Louis will is-
sue no more permits for (lie building
of frame houses in that city.
A itEi'OUT has gained circulation that
the republican opponents of John Sher
man talk of a fusion with the democrats
to return Cox to tho senate.
I'aiikeu I'lLLsiirnr, on n lecturing
tour, wiy.s : " There shall como a time
when women shall have a family inde
pendent of church or state."
Gov. Paljieu has called down up
on himself already tho condemnation of
radical newspapers having tho fear
of tho administration beforo their eyes.
So it goes.
The mannek in which Gen Sheri
dan treats the proceedings of Gov. Pal
mer is an insult to the latter and tho
people of Illinois, but it is the coolness
of a man who knows that he is well
backed by the administration.
The President's brother Orville Grant
has been elected president of a railroad
company formed in St. Louis. The
company intend to build two roads
one from St. Louis to Arkansas river,
the othor from Contralia, III., to
Many radical papers are excusing
the smallnnss of Gen. Grant's contribu
tion to Chicago on the ground that he
gave in proportion to hisjucans. Tho
president might copy with propriety tho
graceful charity of a lady Mrs. Low.
Wallace, of Montana territory who
pent to differing Chicago, among other
things, u costly present she had rc
ccived there in its prosperous days.
Tin: Norwich (Conn.) HulUtin s-tvs
" A well-known justice of the peace tub-
' scribed $." to tho relief fund yesterday,
' and, returning immediately to his of-
ficc, received the amount for marrying
'a couple. Thus is virtue rewarded.
' Another man was requested to con-
tribute, but declined, nnd within two
' hours heard that his mother-in-law
' had come to stay a month with him.
' Can any one hesitate which course to
Rixikp Meetings have been held
all th rough Ireland to aid the Chicago
f-uflurcrs. With little of this world's
goods, tho Green Islo stands with ex
tended hands, full of charity offerings
fur the far-away destitute strangers of
the New World. Tho subject suggests
iti-clf us u fine one for illustration. Mr.
Nat of Harper's Weekly, whoso pencil
is tiaiued in depicting tho vices of tho
Irish Catholics in America one of his
pet aversions should try his hand at
picturing their countrymen ut home
proffering a share of their mall sub
stance to Protestant Chicago.
TilK Washington l'ulr'wt says ; "Tho
President having possession of South
Carolina, deposited the local authorit-
ies, suspended tho haebcas corpus, &b-
olishcd trial by jury, quartered his dra
goons on dofenceless citizens, filled tho
jails with American freemen by arrests
without warrant, issues his proclamation
for a general thanksgiving, and informs
us that 1 tho process of the seasons has
euablod tho husbandman to garner th
fruits of successful, toil,' and that ' wc
arc at peace with all nations, and tran
(juility, with few exceptions, prevails at
Ah the facto become known, tho mil-'
itary occupation of Chicago by General
Sheridan nppeari lees aud less justifia
ble. On the firt knowledge of tho ex
tent of tho calamity, (lov. l'almer eent
tho wljutaut-gcuernl of the ntato, with
four huudrcd ami fifty woll-anueil meb,
to aKhirit iu tho preservation, of order in
Chicago. (Jen. Sheridan and Mayor
Magon advised tho adjutant-general to
return ut once with big men becauso
they wcro not ncedod, and, ufterward,'
tho regiment to which Gov. Puluicr ob
jecbi, wua formed. S0 that it turns out
that Mayor Manon was ns much kuuvo
as fool iu tho biMiucw, Gcu. Sheridau
was his accomplice aud both wero will
ing instruments of Gcu. Giant.
Eveiiy citiicn of the state will be
coiupcllod, by tho uction of tho extVa
sossion of llio lecislaturo. to nav. this I
year, fifteen couts out of every hundred
.lM1n, .1. .r 1...
dollars worth of property he
owns towards the upbuilding
of Chicago, nnd next year, and the year
after next, ditto, and so on ; and this is
but the commencement of our spolia
tion. When Chicago went up in llame
nnd smoko every part of the stale, except
Chicago, suffered. In the long run, she
will make n profit out of her ashes, and
the balance of the statu will pay for the
whistle she has lost pay to buy her :i
new nnd better one.
THE PlU.NCE of tiltlK gothls'lOVO
nnd railroad mattors curiously mixed,
ns witness the following paragraph from
n letter written by Helen Josephine
Mansfield, the plaintiff in the Lno
scandal case, to the defendant:
It li mi everlasting limine nnil dlgrneo
that you should conipol ono wliohns grown
up with yon from nothing to tho now
Ureal Krlo iuwressarto, 10 go to tho court!
for n vindication of hcr'figlits which you
refuse lontlJtiH for rcalons which you too
well know. It It only four years
ngo when you revealed to 1110 the
schorr.o for stonllnc tho Erio books. How
yen fled with thorn to JoMoy City, nnd I
romnmeu uic.ro wun you 111110 long wccks.
How. when vou were buyinir tho Lcnia-
1 hi ore. tho innnv anxious nlclits I nasscd
with you Mt tho tolcgrnph wire, when you
told me It was either a Fiak nalncoin New
York or 11 Jtono palnco at Sing Sing, nnd
If tho latter would I tako n cottauo
outsido Its walls, that my prcenco
would mako your rusty Irons garlands of
rocs, and the very stones you would iinvo
to hammer and crack appear softor under
my iniiuonco. 1011 fcctirea your .brio
palace, and now you uso your wholo forco
of Krle otllcials to slander nnd Injtiro me.
' ' 1
Mil. BoucicaTj'i.t, in o fresh letter to
tho London Times about American aud
English literary pirates, says "it requires
' something more than audacity to talk
' of Americau piracy while our pockets
1 aro full of French plunder." Very
truo ; but the high moral tone which
Mr. Doucicault takes in the greater
part of the letter, rclativo to tho piracies
which tho English playwrights, under
color of imitation, have tnado upon their
French brethren is moro touching than
tho show of yearning for justice with
which the letter concludes. What
English pirate, among dramatic imita
tors, lias dono more nefarious work than
Mr. Boucicault himself, whoso scries of
plays, touched and hightcned with orig
inal and tasteful touches as they arc,
too often bear the impress of tho dra
matic plunderer. Mr. Uoucicault has
dono some excellent and respectable
work ; but until ho clears himself of tho
charge of piracy and plagiarism, his
high moral tono on the subject of copy
right comes with siugular ill grace.
Anton von Sciimehlinu, the ucv
prime minister of Austria, probably
owes his appointment to tho gratitudo
of ihe emporor for his former services
in the cause of absolutism, aud to the
monarch's disinclination again to cn
trust the government of tho C'isloithau
provinces to liberal statesmen. Per
haps the emperor's auger towards the
Hungarians, who have opposed the new
federal scheme of the Hohonwart cab
inet and helped to overthrow it, had
onicthing to do with Schmerling's np
poiiitment. Tho now primo minister
has taken an active part iu Austrian and
German polities over sinco tho revolu
tion of 1818. Although ho has some
times, when out of office, appeared as n
moderate liberal, he has generally dono
tho reactionary party good service, as
he did in 18-18. Ho was then one of
the Archduko John's " Imperial Minis
ters " ut Frnnkfort-on-the-Maiu, and
had to defend the acts of the Archduko
and his ministry in the National
ssombly. Schmerling's sneering and
defiant language toward the liberal
party made him decidedy unpopular
n Germany, nnd at tho downfull of
the short-lived parliamentary govern
ment ho had to flee for his life beforo
the infuriated people of South Ger
many. Tn Austrian politics ho repre
sents the policy of centralization, and
of restricting constitutional liberty.
Tho clericals, who were among tho
firmest supporters cf Count Ilohen
wart, have littlo cause to rejoice over
Sclimerling s appoiutmeut. For, while
tho new Primer Minister is politically
a Conservative, ho is well known to bo
strongly opposed to tho Vatican aud to
I ltraiuontauism iu general.
CSS" Frlnco Bismarck's speech to tho
members of tho Prussian Legislature on
tin Mibjoct of tho National War Fund bill
is ono of tho most important open en
unclations which tho world has bad from
tho famous German statesman for a long
tlmo past, liismarck tolls tho Prussians
to muko ready for war. Ho overs that
such a preparation is rendered absolutely
hoccssary by tho existing condition of
atfairs in tho Old "World. 'SVhon Prince
liismarck makes such an ussortton ho
knows full woll tho grounds on which ho
makes it, so that wo nro forced to accept
the conclusion that Europe is approaching
anotber and grand convulsion by war.
to Tea growing Is now carried on iu
various parts of tho South with consider
ably Miccchi, A gentleman iu Wilming
ton, North Carolina, has successful
raWed plunt( mid cured tea, which li
claims cannot l,0 excelled In flavor by the
imported arttcle. Ho obtainod tho plants
from tho Agricultural Iiuroou In Wash
ington, provious to tlm war, and the num
bor has Increased every year, tho lator
plants being fully orjual In every respect
to those llrsl grown. Succetsful experi
ments hayo, uLo recently bcon nmdo iu
South Carolina and Tennessee.
The throo feet traUL'a track of thn
DcnvcTand Rio Grando railroad, running
THE;CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1871.
from Donvcr to Albuniicrniio, 1ms boon
ln, from Denver to a illetnneo of sixty
tnic.ncnrlv to Colorado City. Rnils nro
nrrlvlng slemllly ntul two engines nro In
uso carrying them to the railroad bed,
Tho heaviest grmlo on tho lino Is (ovonty
llvo feet to tho mile, nnd over this, an en
gine liimh forty tons. A few days ago,
the engine "Monttuuina" brought Into Den
ver twenty-eight enrs loaded with lumber
I65T According to the Humboldt (Cnl.)
Time, tho crops In Eel river valloy, in
Mendocino county, In that State, have
yielded this sca6n Loyond all calculation,
and almost beyond conception. A Mr.
Frost harvested from six acres CUB buslicU
of onls, and Mr. J. M. lllchardson, from a
tlilrly-acro fluid, gathered 3,030 bushels of
tho eamo grain. Tho first yield ii nt tho
rato of 1 10 biiKheh to the ncrc, nnd tho other
at tho rato of 101 busliola to tho ncrc. Tho
onts woro of tho common variety.
IpST A doctor lias discovered arsenic In
tho ten of Mr. Somorf, of MnBnchusetls
and Mrs. Somors has bcon sent to the local
bnstllo. As several of Mrs. S.'s provlous
husbands mystorlomly dlsnppoarcd, It is
feared that sho Is n modern Uorglo. Tho
suspicion Is strcnghtcned by tho fact thnt
Mrs. S. roinforccd her arsenic with tho
BSTTho Cblncio in California bavo not
bcon so long awav from tho Flowory King
dom without learing somewhat of 'Mollcnn
man's wnys. Tho Chinese companies In
San Francisco have commenced suits,
against tho city of Los Angeles for tho
damngos sustnlncd by their countrymen In
the Into riots.
Somo one told Jim Macothnt ho
should mako lunumarablo conquosts among
tho fair sox, becauso of his stalwart pro
portions, wliorcon tho great boxer replied:
My eye, if I wantod to make tho womon
spoon on mo, I'd go and bo a plano-plny-
W3f A mania for monuments has mani
fested itself fn sovoralof tho Italian cities
and no fewer than sovonty of theso mem
orials to Italians, good, bad and indiffer
ent, aro now in conrso of construction in
t& The Courrlor des Ktas Unls says
that whllo England has but a littlo more
than four hundred millions of dollars In
ipcclo in circulation, Franco has fourteen
hundred millions in circulation.
tSjT Chicago is to have a splendid court
for tho settlomont of claims to 'titles aris
ing in consequonco of the flro.
New York claimi a population of
1,400,000 nt noon of any week day.
tSy Aloxis will bo tho guest of Mrs.
Col. Colt ut Hartford, Conn.
ANOTHER LETTER FROM
Reside the letter which Governor Palme
directed to Attornoy Goneral Rushnoll, ho
uso nn eont mo ruiiuwltig to iion. O'hns.
11. itecu, prosecuting attorney or tno sev
ontu juuiciai circuit:
Statb of Illinois, Exkcutivk
30, 1871. J
Si'kinofield, Octobor 30,
Cias.JI. Jleetl, Esq.:
Deak Sin I forward vou herewith a
copy of on official lotter, addressed by mo
to Hon. W. Bushnell, attorney general,
In relation to tho circumstances of tho
death of Gon. Thomas Grosvenor.
Tho matter has occasioned me a irreat
amount of anxiety, and after tho most
mature deliberation I am foroed to tho con
viction that tho indictment otralnst Treat.
tho person who inflicted the wounds upon
him, should also inoludo Pliillln 11; Sliori.
dan, Frank T- Sherman, and the persons
wuo ciaimcu 10 uc na omcers of the ro-
puted "company 'h, flrst regiment of Chi
Somo or tho reasons that havo forced mo
to this concluslno urc contained in my lct-
iirioinu imornoy general, anu others will
occur to you', familiar as you aro with tlm
criminal laws and tho course of criminal
It would bo simply dishonorable to vmi
nnd to tho state to prosecute young Treat
alone, to conviction, when vou and ovorv
ono besides who aro supposed to know what
tiiu laws are uounu to confess that, If ho
is guiuy 01 a logaiouenie, so aro those who
placed him In a portion to do mischief,
and neither you nor tho state authorities
cun nnu a legal oxcuso lor discharging
Treat without trial. No coumo is open to
us but to boldly and squarely stand up to
tho lino of duty.
I navo written this to you becauso I
can well understand that you may feel a
decree of hesitation In advlslntr the L'rumi
jury to Hind an Indictment against nucli
persons as 11. ii. Jiasoti, v. 11, Shoridan
and Frank Sherman, and as tho caso nnu.
ccrns tho state in its political capacitv. as
111111:11 lin 111 uuiui fcsjrwb?, 1 (HinK 11 pro)-
or that the eevernor should tako tlm m.
sponsibllity of what is done. and. whllo I
havo tho utmost confidence in you, i do
uuvinu iuo inuicimcnt ana trial ol all con
(Signed) John M.Pai.ukk,
With llai gloomy ttcudanU, low lr
I In' UriirtNaluu, In voluutMrr riuUMluu.
loan or noiueai. upevattatorrbawt, loan or
liower dlaay' beaut, luaa or nieuiury.
J... 'II. HH 1.T1UCV
Sr."...--. loverelm cure. In Uuui.
Urvy UoweoyatkU.iNpirclUe Ke
1 weutylght. Cotnpoitd of the wvat Taiua
le mihi and pitent Curatives, lliey itnaa
onde at the roots ut Ihe luatlsr.itoqa vp u
tern, arrest Ihe dUoharges, and Impart vigor si'.l
fneriy, lite and vitality to the entire aowu T:They
have cured thousands of cases. Jrloe, ItWr
iiackagesof Ave boxes and a large It vial, which
U very important iu obstinate or old cotes,' or 11
peralnglebox. Bold by all drusgtsti.-arrt'sent
by mail on rucclpt ol prire. Address Humphrey'
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w"y' , . J. BCHuir,
uugl5.Ugwawly Agoot, Calro,lllinols.
HIDES! FURS I! PELTS 1 1!
BUENBTT fie CO'.
Have opened uHIdeHtore iuThoruton'a lllock
Teulli ttreet, where the highest cash price will
be paid for Hides, Hlieep l'elta, Kurs aud Tal.
low. Wo will pay higher prices Ihau waa ever be
fore paid fur the same articles In this city.
Comi) and see us,
OcKtf UUUMSTT A COl
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HAVK rrnved, from tho most Ampin fxper
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htllclmtnnil Hellnule. Tlioy nro tho only inrdl
clno perfectly Adapted to popular tie no elm
Ln la.mlf n In bn fren from tlnntrcr. nnd nn
etHelroU to lm nlttnys rrllnblo. Tlioy lintu min
ed the lilpUffc comincnunuuuf irom nil, nnu win
twY render nMf faction.
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i. Wornin, worm forcr, worm colic 'ii
IHrrliop. of children And dulta...!U
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t hpiihIii billons tomcli- .25
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Croup, couffh, dlOlcull ljroatlnnK...2.l
Nnlt Itlipuni. r.rTnipcm, r.rupiiontxo
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l'pver mill Axne, chill lover, agueuM
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ciiM'ii iiunlly lsMiilJect to, nnd
buokN ofdlreclioiiM ....from 110 to $25
Smaller I'liuilly and TrnvcIlngcR.ps,
o 10 Bsviais - irom iu 90
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Notice to the Afflicted biiiI Unfortunate.
Before aDDlrlns to the notorious Ouacks oho
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DEALER IN MILLINERY
LAI) IKS FURXISHINO GOODS,
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uiiii iiiiyiiioru n
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
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Has received a full and rumpleto stock of goods,
the newest nnd completed in the oily. An Im
mense varity ol
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she offers great inducemets to her patrons and
all others to call on her.examlne the prices, ktyles
and quality of hor goods;
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Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
W.Stratton. T. Bird
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors to Btratton, Hudson & Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
W Agents of American Powder Co., and man.
facturers agentu for cotton yam. JyTdt
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete stock of
BCOTCH AND IBIalt WHISKIES
Port, Mftilorln, Shorry and OfttRwbn Wlno
R SMYTH & CO. selTexCluslvely for cash, to
. which fact they Invite the uspeclal atten
tion ut close bargain buyers.
Special attention yiven to Filling Orders.
OOKS, pamphlets, briefs, catalogues, news
papers, tax lists, and every variety ol eiten
rrlutlug eonlfiwtod for, and promytlyand
lly eaeculed, in Ihe llulletln book, jobl
ewapaper blading establishment
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Knlmnco on Hlxlh.nl.,)
l' J. Oak as, )
OAKBS. CAIJV i CO. I'ronrlctors.
5 3 M "3
0-3 M !
Cor. Wavahlnajiou-atv.amil lllli-al.,
W. O. GARY,
SALES ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH STRE
SAVE TWENTY PER CENT
lly buying your
WftkhliiRlou-nv., .Near CunIuiii IIoiino
Messrs. Eichhot! llrothcrsdnlro to inform the
cltliena of Cairo that they are, manufacturing all
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And have now on hand and for sale, nt
Wholesale auil llrtall,
II kinds, and wll continue to keep nt their
BALES 110 OMR, IN THEIR NEW IIUILDINO,
Every dlscrlptlon of cheap nnd costly tiirnilurc,
VMarblo Topped Bureaus,
Warilrobes, Hola Chalra,
T-LouDgc8,etc , etc,
Which they will guarantee to sell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can be bought from any other dealer In
the oity. Oivo them a call and aatlsly your.
P.L. HUYETT, & SON,
Importer!, Manufacturers and Jobber of
Brawi and ClermaM SUwer
No. 25 3. Third Stkxzt,
oclWJm. UT. I1OVIV1 M O
1 aU J
Q O 6 Z aaaaaaH
E? S , 1 b ,i
1 H SA
PAUL 0 SOHUlt,
I It i: .1 O V i; Ii. j
NO. 103 COMMERCIAL AVENUB
WlilttHkrr' Old Nlniiil.
OrrotiTE Atheneum, - - Cairo, 111.
(ayaparlleular attention to filling all physician
and family, prescriptions.
Xijd.Tr 022, aria-HT
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Agent for
1( HEMS' tXVKR TOJIIC,
Warranted the best Kuver Killer known la thla
NO CURE MONEY REFUNDED
BUCHU AND DANDELION,
An excellent remedy In all diseases of Ihe Kid
neys, equally, as food or brtter
than Hemhold's. nnd tor
auo AoaNi roa
ilUMphrcy'H llomrophathle MperlHns.
Hlr well selected sleek of
Of every description cannot Ix
aurpassed by a-jy estab
lishment of tke
kind fn the
.'bartard Ifarrb ai, 1MI.
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIKO
A. D.HAKKORD, President)
. U. TAYI.OIt, Vice.l'resiilentl
W. IIYSI.OP, rivcretary and Treasurer.!
P. W. lUacLAv, Cms. OiLiciira,
t. M. Hto urtiTii, I'hl U. fx-urii,
It. M. Cl'N.SINOHAM, W. P. IIAILIPAT,
J. M. PHium.
llepoallaj or any Amount IIfrtl vp1 Iroiu
Ten (rain t'pward.
iMTKKEiT paid on deposits at the rateol six
percent, per annum, March Island Bptem
r 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is Mlded Imme
dlately to Ihe principal of the ileiMislts, thereby
giving Ihem compound interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
SO THAT k0 ONI IUI CAM liIAW IT.
Open every business dsy from tl a.m. lo 3 p.m.
and Hnlurd.y evening tor HA VIM) DKI'OSITrl
only, from t to a o'clork.
aumtf W. I1T8LOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALL PAY, Prosident
A. II. HAFFOKl), Cashier i
WALTER HYSLOP, AsslsUnt Cashier.
Staats Tavlob, Kosrar II, Cunningham,
Hcuit WllITI, W. P. HllLIDAV,
(J to. I. Williaskos, BrcrncM biau
A. D. Sirruut),
ExcbaaKO, Cain and UnlleU Nlalca
. aloud Duught and Hold.
KP08IT9 received, and a general Unking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL KURD, President;
ItOUERT W. MILLER, Vice-President
C. N. HUC1HE3, Cashier,
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
EXCHANGE, coin, bank notes and United
titatea securities bought aud sold.
Intercut Allowed on Time Drnoalt.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
earn Ragtuet ,
Flour ond Oust Mills, '
Th ''Tnpper' Patent Orat bar
UAOIIINKRTrOR GENERAL FURPOtilS,