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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1G, 1871'.
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Mokxi.vo, L'ce. 1C, 1871.
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w. mu. II. Will It. AlCUh I aiasu v
iT. u ' . ( .. fal)i gothor, united na it wore,
returned to Jlotton from rrU In ibo tail, ib (N j fl,,llC(1 wllh t10
In .Ui Mln... I. nnldb recovering. 11 1 4t,nir of Itnnvnti lot m opnnnv o.irselvcs
it now thoucht ll"( rc,t wl" comP'cc'y with earth during tho moments which ro
i ..i (innlcr. main, '"and ho recommended hl fnmlly
euro his men'' "wcr. to his frionds. "Let them remain tomo
IntXmtitSt pitnnan ot tnttlhjnt rukttn and
Tn DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John II. Oberly Co. hare reduced the ub.
orlptton ftte of the Weekly Cilro Bulletla to
04 DoOarff aivim. intklnft It tbe cheapest pa
par published In Southern Illinois.
Colfax insists that he tcon'f bo n
candidate for ro-noraination for vice
Gov. Palmer's backbone bIiowb
itself to be pretty stiff. He now has a
representative at Washington insisting
on the removal ol the troops from
TriE war against Grant has fairly
becun in the senate. Administration
senators regard Trumbull's resolution,
providing for a retrenchment commit
tee, as a blow at the president's party,
and the battle threatens to le
fisrec from the beginning.
mv jir. John MllesStnndlsli, tho eighth
lineal descendant of tho noted Captain
Mllc fe'lanJlth, mid chief engineer of tho
C'linihorlntKl and Pennsylvania railroad,
died recently In Maryland.
65r Sharp Chinaman to California,
tmlv. ut Hundnv-so ioj! : hy uo-ce
' I i w
Chrittlnn only tnlk-oo about Jesus on Sun.
days, and not-cc one tlme-co on other
tlmo Ignorant of my death. My father
would go mad. My poor mothor I Sur
round thorn with precautions for nt least
eight days. "
Itossol took, leavo of M. Jollv. and
besoncht him not to uo to tho nlaco of
execution. Ho said to him s "In thank-
Ine you I thank all thoio who havo tried
to iivo me. Hid them contiuuo to defend
mo after my death, and assuro them they
need tear tailing into no error wncn iney
declaru my only motive, my solo ambition
In acting as I did, was to rc-bccln tno
war on tho Prussians. "
It is estimated that tho toboeco
ercn of Owen countv. Kv this year will
brine $1,000,000 at the price It is now soii-
Inir. liclnc from $8 to $30 in the hand.
fitiy Mr. Charles LouU IVoipcr do Sc
i1u Ai Montctouicu. a descendant of
tho author of the "Esprit del Uols," re
cently died nt tho Chateau do la Drede.
t& Hcttlng upon the result of the
Tichborno case, In England, is quito gen
eral. Tho prevalent odds aro ten to one
against tho claimant of tho proporty.
SSZ Hishop Morri, tho sonior lllshop
of the Methodist Episcopal church, will
be seventy-eight years of ago in April
next. Ho is in poor health.
A Louisiana engineer was acquit
ted of neglect in running over a man, be
cause "tho grass on tho track grew so
high ns to obscure the person."
motion In parliament ai vfuoucc,
appropriating 5,000 to aid Canadians to
return from tho United States, was hotly
discussed and then withdrawn.
Some radical newspapers aro fond of
asscrtinc that the democracy aro not
warring against principles but against
Grant in their opposition to the presi
dent This is truo only in part A
war against the pernicious and ruinous
doctricis of radicalism is necessarily a
war against Grant, since he is its rep
resentative and great exponent.
Th Cairo BulUtin is every day or so
affected badly about the liberal reform, or
Missouri policy movement, and preaches
on j sermons about tba purity of its de
mocracy, always winding up that Judgo
Chase is tb only Tatlable candidate for
tbe democracy to nominate for tbe presl
IST Encland "couldn't see" the valuo
of South Africa when It was twice offered
for annexation, but now that diamonds aro
turned up, England " takes."
mg" The high-toned pickpockots In Sing
Sing recently assaulted and robbed the
abortionist Eoscnzweig, for presuming to
intrude on their company.
19 Mr. Charles Morgan Herbert, a
prominent lawyor of New-Jorsoy, died on
Wednesday at Sew-Brunswick, at the ago
tSf There havo been 650 doatbs from
small-pox at Cincinnati since the epidemic
ci. x r TvsK.. (ViaTTnltAH Hltp Con.
Sa?i Hk1 Wc
tnsre coapiiu aoanainmens or party tban I vana.
Is propose by tbe liberal reform, or vo
called putive pobey. Sjnngfitld Rtg-uter
The Regular shoots wide of the
mark in the above. We have never
asserted that Jndge Chase is the only
available candidate for the democracy
to noninate for the presidency in 1872.
We have mentioned Mr'. Chase as a
reprsseatative man of tho class from
whom it would be wise (or the democ-
'"J .ndldaiA fnr ll
idency in 1G72, but have never said
nor believed that he is the only availa
ble one. We pin our faith to the
sleeve of no man. But, beinc; destitute
Of the clear political vision of tbe Regitter,
we fail to see wherein the nomination of
Mr. Chase would be a '" more complete
abandonment of party than is proposed
by the liberal reform or so-called passive
policy." Mr. Chase has acted with the
democratic party for some three years
past it a ueaocrat in namo and prin
ciple. How tho RtgUler can construe
the nomination by the democracy of
one of tbecelves into an "abandonment
of ptrty" is more than we can under
stand, Horever, when the Rtgitter
point out to us the " conservative" or
" lfortl republican", who is willing as
the candidate of the " liberal reform"
party io pke himself in tbe field
agabtt Grant, re will take into wrious
ccmideratioa the visdoia of advocating
tbe " pusive policy."
STbe great liquor case at Xenf a, OL Jo,
undtr tbe atw itat law, which has Uen
otr.'pyisg tba attention of the superior
court fer the lul Un days, which Is the
tni c' tbe ilr.d In the oantry, vu fin
libcd ry oe the 11th inst. The jury
twtrdfcd the phlctlff, Jane Dice, $7150
Csntget, "7blch lie has sustained by tbe
djftedtet, Gbtstr, selling her husband and
eoiliaaor, C!our is a wealthy German,
asd the cue will go Ufore tbe supreme
jThere is hope of tho recovery of the
Park girls, tbe victims of the Clark county
liTThe Kansas State university has
1I1S LAST HOURS.
About -twenty gentlemen, connected
with tho various journals, wcro present,
but no other civilians wcro on thocround.
The troops formed in thrcesldes of n square
tho butts bclnc on tho fourth tide, and
thoro wcro threo firing parties standing
ten paces from tho butts, and about tho
same distanco from each other. Each of
these parties was composed of four scr-
The men detailed to shoot Eosscl belonged
to tho engineers, his own corps, while
Uourgcols was to ho executed by a de
tachment of the forty-fifth rceimcnt, and
Ferre by soldiers from the Fifty-first of
Kosscl marched simply and freely tow
ards tho assigned nlnco. At tho momcn
wucn no arrived aurenn or tno siau, nn
tho olhcers spontaneously uncovered.
Ho returned thoir grcoting with sweet
ness, and farther on, with his hand mado
a gesture to tho adjutant of engineers com
manding his firing party, In whom ho rec
ognized an acquaintance. When ho reached
tho plateau, he was hoard distinctly to pro
nounco these wonh: "I should like to
speak to a iudgo of tho fourth council."
His volco clear and without tho faintest
traco ot emotion.
Threo posts six feet high and twenty
yards apart wcro erected opposite tho or
tlllcry butts. Aagainstcach of these posts
a prisoner was placed. Eosscl on tho left,
Uourceois in tho centre and Ferro on the
the right. Tho prisoners wero not tied to
tho posts but stood erect with their backs
against them, t crro puffed a cigar rap
idly whilo tho registrar read the judgment,
itotscl becccd leavo to clvo tho com
mand to fire, but was refused. He then
asked to bo allowed to shako hands with
his old friond, an artillery officer. This
request was also refused. He then throw
off his hat and paletot and suffered hisoyes
to bo bandaged, and rubbed his hands to
keen them warm. Uourceois was also
bandaged, but Ferro said bo could look
death in the face, and no handkorchlof was
put on him.
'inoy now awaitoa ucatn ana in a icw
moments tho commanding officer gave a
sien for the firing party to advance
within six paces. Then tho adiu
tant raised his sword, and thir
ty-six chasse-pots rung out simul
taneously, koisci leu stone aeaa snoi
rieht throuch tho heart ; but tho othor two,
not being killed outright, recoived the
eouo de orace immediately afterwards',
At 7:30 tho troops began to fllo past the
corpse. Kossel's regiment leading tho
way, with its band playing a brilliant
march. Then a wagon was drawn up and
threo coffins being ready, the dead were
placed in tnem and carried away. Alter
the fatal fife had been delivered, Fastor
Pasta called out in a loud voico to Colonel
Merlin .who commanded: "Colonel, tho
last wish of Itossol was to tell you that bis
judges have done their duty arid that ho
wmilri ViftTO lllrfrt tji linvn fcnnlfpn vmi iV
tho Viand." Tho colonel, evidently touched.
lowered his sword and answered : 1 thank
most stumbled on, thoreforo it was fair
to infer that a caroful Investigation would
oxposo n great many moro now hidden.
wow, gontlcmcn, I toll you whatever niny
ho saidol Improvements that havo taken
place, the pcoplo of tho United States are
startled nt tho frequency and enormity
of disclosures which aro mado from day to
uay. uo not glvo yoursolvcs up to any de
lusions on tho subject. Tho American
peoplo aro on the point of demanding an
honestgovcrnment, and they want to i.avo
all means used for that object that aro
compatiblo witli tho laws of tho country.
inoy demand an cxpoeuio and ovorthrow
of corruption regardless of tho interests of
any party or pcison. it seems to mo wo
aro standing nt the threshold of a moral
revolution thdt bids fair to co bevond the
ovorthrow of.tho Tammany ring, and In
mai revolution tho science or how not to
do it, will bo of very llttlo avail. Neither
win enenp ucciamation against corruption
in tho abstract, or against tho sinfulness of
sin in genoral, nnd tho beauty of virtuo,
avail mucn. Wo have hod enough of all
that. The peoplo will not much longer
take that worthless currency os a legal
tondor. If wo wish to servo tho country
and tocoinmand its confidence, wo havo to
mako clear to tho countrv that we hate no
party moro than wo halo corruption,
and that wo loyo no patty moro than we
lovo good government. '
Mr. Colliding : Tho question beforo
tho scnato is whether a committee, about
to bo created, shall bo created in tho ordin
ary wav. or shall bo given powers of an
extraordinary character. It is no credit
to the Republican party, or to nny mem-
uor vi Jl, m jiroieM to uo -willing to in vcnii-
galo its administration of affairs, and to
purify what is found to noed purification,
for 1 undertake to say that never in Am
erican history was thoro a party that had
less ie oetcr it irom a rigid investigation
and moro to tempt it to go forward) Tho
strength of tho Ecpubllcan party rosides
in tno lact tnat it is abio and willing to
purify and purge itself.
Ho referred to tho Hodgo caso ns evi
dence, that tho Ecpublican party means
to n old tno public servants to a strict accountability.
Mr. .Morton declared himsoir in favor
of Mr. Anthony' resolution, because, it
was broader than Mr. Trumbull's and em
braced all matters relating to retrench
ment, no also snoko of tho extraordi
nary purity of tho present administration
and Its promptness in punishing derelic
tions of duty in its officers, and cited tho
case or .lodge as an illustration.
Mr. Cassorly asked whether the senator
from Indiana, Mr. Morton, could mention
any other caso of prompt punishment of
Mr. Morton said ho did not remember
any at that moment, but ho would venturo
the assertion that whenever there had been
a defalcation brought to tho knowledge of
tbe administration, tho defaulter had been
Jlr. uasseriy: now about l'cnslon
Agent Lawrence and Collector Bailoy?
jir. juorton: They ran away beioro
they were found out.
ilr. Uasseriv: is it an evidence or
vigilance for the government to let its
rascals get awayr J. ho Uomocrats or
Now York did not let Mr. Tweed run
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Mr. Morion called attention to tho fact
that men who had committed defalcations
generally wero not of a class that could
bo weeded out by any system of civil
service reform, because they were intelli-
ent and accomplished men, who could un
crco an v examination successfully. "With
out reaching any conclusion the senate ad
C? On or tho uoilaatonlihiug things
tht reporters bare given ut for a long
tiiae It the rase of an Individual In Harris
Vurz, Ptsntylvanla. Th wan was accut
"i by bit -site ofUfidelity to hit marriage
wt, whon be repliad that he " hoped that
God w&uld p&rtlylea hit tongue if he wat
guilty." He had hardly finiihad tbe ttn
tteee b.a that rosiober refuted to fur
Ihtr' perform lu functions.
tfeJ5r. Edward Y.HIrboe. theeloouenl
mlnitttr of Trinity Chapel, once rector of
Trinity church, miblngton, wat found
dead In hi bed In Kaw York citv, Sunday
forenoon. Ho bad long U,n ill and be-
eem corpulent. Oa Saturday evening he
r-uiea nit lanaiaoy v, ut him lie if he
flld act -ppear at breakfast, a b needed
(3j:ial Dispatch to the Missouri ItcpuUlcan.)
New Yobk, Dec. 13. The Paris Gaul
oil of November 28, describes tho last
scenes in Kosiel's life. The last days of
tho prisoner were marked with the same
calm courage that ho displayed through
out, reading Charles the Twelfth, Corncillo
and Calvin, whom he patsionately rever
ed, Schllloch's Six Yors' Wur, Tenny
son's poems in English, and an old book
of prayers peculiar to the Cevenncs, the
home of his paternal ancestors. Ha made
his will and left special legacies of notes
The prison autnoriues enienaineu lears
that he might commit suicide, and when
M. Patta tpoko of this, Itossel answered :
"I commit suicide 1 that would bo to end
like a love-stricken barber."
As the governor of the prison still seem
ed uneasv, Hostel took a strip of glass
which he had picked up in the ex
ercise yard, saying "that would havo been
sufficient; bad 1 any intention or suicide,"
and then nlacini: the class In a piece of
paper he banded it to the governor, add
ing "have no feur. 1 shall die In open
lllb AAT 11ATH
were spent in study, and his conversation
turned upon terlout subject. At five
o'clock in tho morning, Albert M. Jolly,
who defendfd Itonel with great skill, and
bat sued for hit lifa with great pertinacity
and zeal, and whoaccpted the t&tk of an
nouncing the hour of execution to be ut
band, entered Jloel'i cell. The doomed
man wat in mi profound a slumber that he
had to be called twice before hit could be
routed. When he woke he atked in hit
usual clear, calm voice " Ah I it it for thit
Mr. Jollv, weeping, replied, "yet."
Koueli '""What time?"
Jolly: "The executlou It ordered to
take place at 7 o'clock a.m. and the depart
ure from prlton at 0 a.m."
1 ton el: " And it it now V
Jolly: "Five a.m."
Hoite! laid : " I arn going to leave my
chamber in great disorder. I, neverthe
less beg you will allow It to remain un
touched that my family may tee it jutt at
I left it. They, tbemtelves, will arrange
it. My mother and my dear tltteri know
my wayt and will know how to deal with
Tbe Protestant clergyman, Key. M.
Pasta, called at 5:30. M. Albert Jolly
again withdrew nnd Kotsel waived tho
governor out of the cell, cloted tho door nnd
remained alone with his pastor. Tbey
were togcthtr half an hour, at tho end of
which Kernel opened the door and re-called
M. Jolly saying: "I have done with
things spiritual, and may talk for a few
minutes." M. Passa and Hostel threw
themselves Into each other a arms, After
communion Itoistl wrote, undor the eyes
of the pastor, the following letter to his
ies of Rossel and Ferre wcro given up to
their families, Kourgeois alono was ln
tered in one of tho three graves dug in
St. Louis cemetery.
RETRENCHMENT AND REFORM.
SCHURZ TO THE RESCUE.
rXtTias Bertha Gerolt, daughur of
Baron Otrolt who for twenty.flye years
represented Pruttia ai Envoy Extraerdln
ary and Mlnitttr Plenipotentiary to this
country, recently entered the Convent tf
the VitiU'.lon lu Waibington.
t. Dr. Oliver Dan, founder of tbe
Deaa TJclVrtalltt Academy In Botton,
dlad Franllu, Mast, on Tuesday. He
tve 1800,000 In money to the Academy.
vmium ccntoerabj land. Uo also hit
;ito,oow t Tuns College.
fGtoThe ey. Jobnsta, D. J)., one of
Ihf elSast preachers in Massachuttett, died
t bis mldnca In Leicester on 'Wednes-
"To Mrs. Isabella Campbell Adieu,
god-motheri I love you. Nov. 28, 1871.
Wo have Just communicated, M. Passa
and I, and God Mount thai rnmmimlnn
I can say that It it the first time that I over
communicated, and I am full of irralitudo
thl'token ",U' hri,t ff ,8fl
Then Rotiel addrcstod to his father, to
nil mother and to his sisters tho following
"Nor. 18, H7l-6;30a.m. Mv w.n.i,
loved father, my wtll.beloyed father, mv
weil-beloyea mother, my dear Bella my
dearHarah. Adieu, my well-beloved, or
rather au retoir. I thank vou for u iv
love with which you have surroundad me
ven at the lastmoment. I ask nanlnn t.
not having more and better loved you for
having caused you so much pain. I am
i?i 0 B cotlrago. I ewbrace you
-in. mi ujj lourcnild,
m. ... ..... Rosskl.
Washington. Dec. 13. ilr. Anthonv
offered a resolution providing for a stand
ing cornmltteo or investigation and re
trenchment to consist of seven members to
be elected by the senate, and to havo the
power to Investigate and report upon such
subjects as may bo committed to it by tho
Mr. Trumbull moved to amend by a
provision directing tho cornmltteo to in
quire into the expenditures in all branches
of the government service, whether any,
and if to, what offices ought to bo ubolish
od, and what salaries or allowances ought
to be reduced, ice; also giving It power to
sit during the recess of congress.
Sir. Sherman ravored tho original res
olution. If any senator knew of any abus
es, he could easily have them referred to
Mr. Wilson favored both propositions.
Mr. Thurman favored tho amendment.
and said that the committee, which should
have power to investigate only suchcharg
et as might bo referred to it by the sen
ate, would be uiclesi un a meant of reform
ing tho public servire.
Mr. Trumbull said if the senators were
earnest In their detiru to correct abuses In
public service, they would not hesitate to
crcalo a committee with tullicieiit powers.
.Mr. I'.dmund t taid that, considering the
number of persons employed In the public
service und their duties, tho administration
of the government lor the last thrcu yeurs
would comparo favorably for efficiency
and purity with any previous adminetra
tion whatever even tfiatol Geo. Washing
ton himself. There wat, thercforo, no
noed fur u committou with extraordinary
Mr. Thurman taid there wcro manv tier-
sons throughout the country who would
not take the round and whitewashing
statement of Mr. Edmunds for purity und
elllcicncy of public service, but would re-
quiro further evidence. Tho senate might
either past a resolution which would In
dicate a real detire to dltcovcr and oxposo
abutct, or it might pats tho ponding res
olution of Mr. Anthony, which shows peo
ple mm mu iraum unu corruptions in
tho government service wcro to bo white
washed and covered up. The countrv
would hold the party of the majority re
Mr. Casscrl V contended that tlin rnnimli.
tee proposed by Mr, Anthony would bo a
mero nuiuty navtng no power tooriglnatu
Investigations. He had beard of a trans
action connected with ono of tho highest
departments and a fit subject for investiga
tion, but would uot take upon himself to
move an investigation unless tnoro wtro a
committee like that proposed by Mr.Trum
bull, with power to originate Investigations.
Mr. Shurz regarded this as not by anv
means a new proposition. It was merely
a proposition on tho part of Mr. Trum-
bun to rovlvo the old committee on re
trenchmont, armed with powers thutmudo
tho old committee useful and oUlcient.
Tho senator from Vermont, Mr. Edmunds
had told tho senate that tho civil survicu
had improved greatly under the existing
administration, and undoubtedly it had,
yet In tho whoio history of tho country It
would be difllcult or imnotsiblatofliul four
cAnsecutivo months during which so many
defalcations and embezzlomontt by pub
lic tervunts havo been brought to light, ut
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Antte.. - 5,IS2,Ul9 OO
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
CORNER 32D-.STREET AND OHIO I.EVKK,
J. I. (lAMIUX
MRS. M. S WANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Coiiimcrrliil Asriiiif, iiiiihlli' i;illo
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Mado to order, or Heady.SIade,
Ilni received a full mid coinplclu toek of uood',
tho iicHont nnd completes! In Did city. An jin
mcimo vnrily ol
RIRRONS, LACES AND FRINGES
sbo iilTern ?reit Irnluccinnta to ber jalrona and
all otliura to call on lior,xaiiiln tint prltcn, utylea
and quality of lier xooJu.
Mr. Snnnder, lmvinK sold lier property, will
tell tbu Hlioleof IIicbu Rood lit mill below COMt,
Now Is the ll'ii to purcbaio Cliristmns oodi
at tbo very IohckI prlcaa.
CARL L. THOMAS,
now prepared to respond promptly to nil do
inanilx for Ills acrvlcoa,
SIIOP-COR. 8TH-ST. AND CoMMEUCAL-AV
lit tbo I'orry Ilouac,
CASSIDY, WOLFJ3 & CO.,
rnonucE and Groceries
WA.8I1INQTON AVENUE, DKTWEEN
KK1HTU AND WINTI1 8TS,
STORK, Dwelling, Kumilnre, Hulls nnd Car.
Koei, insured at raten h fxtoiable at aound.
jiennanent ncciiritr -a 111 warrant.
I re.-i'llully k nt the cititeos of Cairo, a
sharu ol their iatroim(e.
OLIVE BRANCH SALOON
Near Stone Depot.
RENT LOW, AND 1'IXTUREH AT A BARGAIN
Room for rent at ft per 'month, and Ilaiementt
I). O. LAWRENCE.
S A M WILSON,
I BOAT STOEE3 J
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Ohio Levee : : : : : Cairo, III,
ORDEUI mOHITLT rlLMD;
U. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 13-1 Commercinl-avo.,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
C A I It O . ILLINOIS,
Also, keep constantly on band a moil com
plote stock of
S COTC It AND IRISH tVUISKIEB
-U I N B,-
l'ort, Mudorin, Shorry nnd Catawba Wines
R SMYTH & CO. sell exiluslTfdy for each, lo
. which fact they Invito tha especial atten
tion of clcae barnuin buyers.