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k-THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1871.
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THE BULLETINS
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Friday Jlonsi.vo, Doc. 22, 1871.
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THK DOLLAR WEEKLY IIULI.KTIN.
John II. Otrly Co. time rrluced the .lib.
urlpt'on priee "f the Weekly Cairo Hulletin til
OiMarttr num. tiiakln It IB chaapeat pa
per puM!'1'"1 In Southern Illinois.
QciNCV had a SUO.OOO fire on Tues
day morning.
IIoN. Thomas C. McCrkarv lias
been elected tTnitcd State. ccnator from
Kentucky to succeed Garret Davis.
Mr. Davis' term expires the -till of
March, 1S7U.
Chicago on Sunday lost was threat
cued with another incendiary firo, bits
of combustible material having been
scattered through some barns, on tho
wooden pavement, etc. The plot was
discovered before any harm was done.
The Washington correspondent of
tho Chicago Tribune talks in this way
of the president's party :
The administration wants no examina
tion made Into tho honesty of its oflkc
holdors. Tho senate compromises by nam
ing In caucus a committee with onlv two
real men upon it, Buckingham and 1'ratlj;
the rest arc toadies.)
Large stocks of mourning goods
were purchased in Paris by leading
London merchants who calculated on
tho certain death of the Prince of
"Wales. Wales never was reliablo, and
tho Knglish people should have been
well enough acquainted with hit char
acter nut to put too much faith in any
thing he docs, eveu when ho appeared
about to shuffle off this mortal coil,
Alexander n. Stephens endow
es tho call of D. W. Voorhecs for a na
tional convention, and takes tho occa
sion to aunounce that " in this matter
'he is no extremist, ile will insist up
' on nothing except that there shall bo
'no abandonment of constitutional
1 principles." Who will deny that there
ii light ahead when A. H. S. declares
snch principles as tlice in a quarter
column article ?
V e have received the first special
report of the Chicago relief and aid
society. We have not had timo to ex
amine the report fully, but it appears
to be a very full i and satisfactory ac
count of tho receipts, expenditures and
general labors of the society. In look
ing for the Cairo contributions, we find
6500.00 credited to the citizens of the
city and 8150.50 to tho employes of
the southern insane asylum. We be
lieve the employes of the custom house
contributed 8100,00. This is not ac
knowledged, uulcss it is included in the
8500,00 forwarded through Mr. Lans
den. We consider the following abuse of
Theodore Tilton, from the New-York
Glole as very unkind, when Tilton de
clares to emphaticly that his affection
for " Vickcy" is purely platonic :
Mr. Tilton, in answering tho scathing
rebuke h got from a correspondent of the
Chicago Journal, puts his bund on his
limn bnd kppeals to the laws of God which
is written in hit soul. If God lm writtori
anything in Thcodoro's soul commandinc
i to leaie Mr. Tilton and tho children
hich belonir to him lonn in t.,ni. i,.
in Brooklyn, while ho spends his Saturday
nights at a certain house up town, wild hf
arm around Vickey's" waist, ttten God
has changed his mind from what It was
lien he wrote -the ten commandments.
uo - lawot uod will he the death of
lueoiore yet, In moru whvs than one.
The Ncw-Orlcans rimes, in view of
the fact that murderers often escape
i.uS iuu puuauy oi tneir crimes
through the lunieucy of their fellow-
men, who are slow to condemn a human
being to death, even as a punishment
for tho crime of murder, suggests the
plan of condemning the guilty person
to hard labor in prison for life, tho
whole proceeds of his work to go to the
family of his victim. This appears, at
first sight, to be a very plausible and
practical theory, but would, after all,
iu many cases, bo made practically of
no effect by the very persons intended
to bo bcuefitted by it. Taking the earn
ingj of i murderer would to many ap
pear like accept,)g the prioo of blood,
and would be repufe,aut to ovcry scnti
meat of affection and Bpeot for tjie
dead,
The Sprlngflold Jtegnlet tukos Mnji.
to ttie reform and pn.nurinnr.liln .,
IS.6"1. Pwp'rly sees in It no sacrifice o'l
,r i 7,lllTe,: T,,B 0"o Hut-
unJlunIeH r,.lf ,tucJk on 1110 '. "d
unteratands that iu order to .brine about
referm there must be somo acrifleo of
democratic prlneipl,. Ir lherq t0 "
dead branches on the deinocra'lo irel
.uuhomoff, and hold la,' "To the live'
l2.fir 7m T rCpUce tl dd limb"
,T lW'an6i from an opposite trca th.t
do it, bat don't stand beating Chase's dead
ody.t'iWt people know the is punlih
nr duth Centralia DtmleraU
The advanced ground taken by the
, . ..ii ,.,. 1
togtorr and Democrat U coring ot
gntifyiiifr to tho frkmi oi Vivb.
but thco nr.no.rx choiiW ' lllclr
. il. .
zeal ruu aw.v "ill. tlicir d.KCrot.on.
The llegitfr has become ho progressive
that it 1,01 00 f,!,t'!,fieJ wi,h n,,y
thine 'C'M l',a" n Jc'arc republican
a lio clio.'Cii eandidato of the demoo
racy next yenr, mid the Democrat wants
(0 gr.111 llllliiisuiKauic ntuicni iriui un
the denineratic tree, Softly, gontlemeti.
The lleyifier, which shows such a de
cidud hankering after a republican can-
lidnto, should not object to republicans
whoi-o only fault is that they showed
democratic proclivities three years ago,
and ihu Democrat, who wants to lop off
the dead branches of the democratic
tree, should not cut away indiscrimin
ately, lest in tho nttcinpt to graft for
eign fruit upon it, the democratic trunk
withers and dies.
S3S-T ho Richmond Whig says that in
tho Virginia Executive Journal for Octo
ber 31st, 1707, it is reeordod that "Arthur
Johnson being convicted by this general
court for tho felonious stealing of a hor.'C,
and sentence of death passed on liim, on
tho humble petition of tho said Johnson,
it is tho opinion of tho council, and ac
cordingly ordered that ho bo transported
to one of liar Majesty's plantations in tho
West Indies and there sold for n ecrvant
for seven years." William Byrd, ., of
Wcstovor, was at that time Mer -Majesty's
receiver general for tho colony of Vir
ginia. Tho council of state then consisted
of tho Hon. Edmund Jennings, Ksq., Gov.
Dudley Dlggoi, llcnjamiu Harrison,
Philip Ludwell and John Smith, Esq;,
and Mr. Commissioner Blair.
BQi.An English Inventor has lately
porfected an ingenious sort cf copying ma
chine whereby, whilo writing a loiter in
your ordinary Viand, you at tho same time
mako a diminished duplicata thereof in
characters quite invidblo to tho naked eye.
Tho practical utility of this devico will be
at onco apparent to all business men who
ro in tho habit of carrying microscopes
about them. World.
tfir " Many o true word is spoken in
jest." Standing, tho other day, near tho
entrance of tho saloon of a largo hotel ot
tho seasido, wo saw several young men
pais in. As they stood at the bar, one Baid
to another, " Nomlnato your poison I" Ho
had said a torribly truo thing in a joke.
Yes, namo your poison just tho word.
And they swallowed the poison and went
their way. News Letter.
An ordor for tho urrest of Jauns
M. Sweeney, brother of Peter B. Sweeney,
has been out over n week, tho order of ar
rest being based on James M. Sweeney's
transactions with the Nassau bank. He
is now at St. Catharine", Canada Thoim
pression is that he was used by his brother
at a means of covering his (Potors) fraud
ulant transactions.
CfiSf" A recent book on women, by Dora
D'lktrU, glvenii number of curious facts
jenny iiind UicU In leuu ni jsrcsuuii j nmr
tho male population of America lias been
destroyed by drunkenness; Mrs. Julia
Ward und Mrs. Howe are two great poets;
and Miss Lanier (Lander) U a sculptor of
some fume.
B&" lady at a navy ball, N. Y. wore a
dress, the train of which is composed en
tirely of peacock' feathers, and the ear
rings, necklaco and algrotte for tho hair
wore composed of pendants in tho shape of
peacock, studded with diamonds, emeralds
and rubies, to imitate the plumag of this
gorgeous bird. New Vork Paper.
EST Tho supremo court of Iowa has just
decided that " whero a railroad track Is
fenced, and tho bars In tho fonco oro down,
und stock from adjoining land gets to tho
track and is killed by a passing train, the
company nro not liable, unless the tact
that the bars were down was previously
known to the company."
8-Jacob Sharp, of Pokin, II)., died
recently at tho advanced ago of 09 years.
Ho wus tho father of 18 children, and
leave 8." gruudchildrun, and 13 great
grandchildren. Ho was among the lltst
settlers of l'ekin, und built tho ilrst homo
where tho city now stunds.
l9i. Vinnio Roam has purchased a
house on tho Avenue, between 1'irst and
Second street", Washington, whoru she will
open a studio. Sho intends to put on ex
hibition her statue of Sappho, The Carni
val, but of r'arragut and several other
of her works,
t God made both tears and laughter,
and both for kind purposes; fur as laugh
tor enables mirth and surprise to brc.itho
freely, so tears cnuhlo sorrows to vent it
self patiently. Tears hinder sorrow from
becomlne despair, and lauifhtor Is ono of
the very privileges of reason.
i
l&F Nilsson has found a soprano sinccr
in the choir of Dr. Chanln's church, at
New York, to whom sho said: "You
sing as well as I do. Thero are golden
ducats in your voice." Nilison has an
car for the ducats.
IfiTMrs. Sarah Morton thinks a wo
man with the right of suffrage would bo
as miserable as a man liablo to bear chil
dren. She also believes that all the wo
men who advocate "woman's rights" havo
failed In finding a woman's placo in llfu.
IQtOHyo Logan is a woman of busi
ness. Tuesday morning sho married Wirt
Skycsin Now-York, and that night lec
tured in ono of the Interior towns of tho
stato.
wexr 1 no election for governor In Ooor-
b"' to till llulloek's unexpired term passed
offquUUy. Tharouubl leans tnnL nn nnrt
and Jamea Mllton'sinith, Democrat, Is
UICCIVU.
HSU William II. Hinckley, a Chicago
policeman, fell u victim to hydrophobia
Tuesday, the result of a dog bite received
nearly thrco years ago.
t& Mrs. JosUh Freeman who win vis
Itln.. l,r. 1. 1.T . ...
f -'noii in fMivillo, wont (ml
sliopplng omo tlnyj ngo nnd Ims not been
nj fS m
J&iy Tho eighteenth annual mooting of
tho Illinois Stnto Teachers' Association
will ho hold at Dixon, Dec. i!Gtli, 27lh and
28th. 1871.
i i i . ii
Bgv. Tho Subllmo I'ortand Khcdlvo of
Egypt, havo refused to purchaso tho Suez
canal, which was ill'jred for sale.
VST Bret Hurte Is settled In New York
for tho winter.
LITERARY.
HOOKS AX1 MAUAZI.V'm.
We havo just received Vith's Floral
Guide forl87'.', tho first edition of which
has just been published. It is elegantly
printed on flno tinted paper in two colors,
and illustrated with over thrco hundrod
ongravlngsof llowors and vegetables, and
two colored plntcs. Ilisccrtainlv tliomo't
beautiful, instructive and cheapest cata
loguo and floral guido in tho world, con
talng 112 pages giving thorough directions
for tho culturo of flowers und vegetables,
ornamenting grounds, making walks, Ac
rrlce, onlv ton cents a copy. Address
James Vick, Rochester, Now-York.
A Hatty New Yeah Is tho greeting
wo rocclvo with the Junuary issuo of
Vcmoresfs Monthly. The publisher docs
not forgot to provldo n good, varied, and
Sllbttnntlnl food fortlio inml, to itccompn
ny his compliments of tho season. This is
an elegant periodical with a splendid title,
lithographed in lints setting forth tho va
rious departments represented during tho
year.. Wo would advlso thoso re
quiring a good family magazino
to sco this bcfoic subscri
bing olicwhero. It has many inducements
that will pay and aro worth serious atten
tion. Price $3 per year with a premium
and extraordinary inducements to clubs.
Published by W.Jennings Dcmorcst, 838
Broadway, N. Y.
The Electicls fast becoming a necessity
to readers who enjoy u high order of litera
ture. Tho January issuejmay fairly bo
called a jubileo number, and is brim full
of attractions. There arc two flno steel
engravings of unusual size and beauty,
ono representing " Washincton Irvine
and his Friends" (containing no less than
onrOeM' portraits of Irving and the other
literary ccleurities who woro his con-
tsmporories), and tho other copied from
John Gilbert's famous historic picturo of
" Cardinal olscy and Duke of Rucking
ham." Tho table of contents, as is cus
tomary with tho Eeleetie, combines tho in
structive and tho entertaining in about
equal part, and leads off with a lino essay
on "Uyron and Tcnnvson" from tho
Quartely. Thero is an amusing narra
tive, translated from tho Ecvuc des Deux
Mondes, entitled " A Frenchman on His
Travels Round tho World in Ono Hun
dred and Twenty Days; " an intensely
dramatic sketch of tho life and death of
"Mario Antolnutto; " a thoughtful and
striking article " On tho Condition of the
Working Classes in England," by Thomas.
right; "Alexandra Dumas;" "An
Open Polar Oie iti ; " " Fomnlo Culturo
in tho t8th Ceiiturv; " "Tho Lofoden
lt.1uit.lui mill ,,lliMr TitM IlikM mv'
"Putty," is concluded, and another Is
announced from thu pen of William lllaek,
one of tho most popular of tho English
novelists. The Editorial Departments,
Literary Notices, Science, Art, and Vani
ties aro very full und entertaining. K. R.
Pelton, publisher, 109 Fulton street, New
York. Terms So per year ; two copies $'J ;
single copies -15 cents.
RADICALISM SHOWN UP.
bourn. k uEALiya ok state a attou.vev
KEEP.
It will bo recollected that .Judge Wil
liims, in ids charge to tho grand jury,
said the letter to State s Attorney Rued
concerning his duty in tho mutter of tho
Grosvonor murder was published before it
had been received by Mr. Reed. Tho
following correspnndouuoBliov.su differ
ent state of tacts :
8rTaor liaison, Kxtcerivr DiA )
Miu.von1.Li1, .Nor. ID.
Hon. Chan. J f. Reed, State's Attorney,
Seventh Judical Circuit, Chicago, Jit.
Dear Sir: It ii reported iu tho dispatch
os from Chicago thii morning that you
told Judge Williums that you novcr saw
the lettur addressed to you bv his ex
cellency, (iov. Palmer, on tho culjcct of
tho killing of Col, Urosvenor until it was
published. Will you lie pluusud to inform
tlio governor if you oro correctly rc
(lortod '!
cry truly yours,
E. Jl. IIaklan, Private Sec'y.
CiurAkO, Nov. ITUi,
(Jov. Pai.mkk: hast evening, on my
return to my house, I found tho letter of
Col, Harlan, your private secretary, of the
10th InH. Why 1 did not receive it he
fore 1 know not. In it 1 am asked if I
was correctly rcpor'.od by Judgo AVilliams
111 hischargu tothograiufjury in relation to
the killing of Col, Orosvenor. Judgo
Williams asked 1110 about tho letter, and 1
to Id him that the letter was dated Octo
ber 30, and mulled November 1, and re
ceived by mo on tho 3d Inst., and that I
nau seen a statement In the newspapers
that such a lotter had been written to mo
boforo I received 11. I told him that tho
uewspapcrs contained references to It be
fore I read it, and thut somo private par
tics hero told mo thoy knew I had such a
loiter uoloro I snowed it to any body.
Tho foregoing is the substanco of what
1 told tho judgo. lloforo I hud shown the
lettur to any ono oxcont mv wlfu. Mr.
Illukoly, of tho Evening Post, asked mu
for tho lotter, and said to mo thut ho knew
I had been written to by you on thu sub.
Jcct. Ho (Mr. R.) requcstod tho lettor,
ana 1 allowed turn to havo it coplod. Any
further Information you may deslro will
bo cheorfully furnished if in my power.
Jiver your irionu,
Ciiakles II. Reed,
State's Attorney.
Sran or Ulihoii, Kiaci'Tiva Dii-'t, )
braiKiimi.u, Nov. W, lull,
Ciiaki.ks H. Reed, Ksq. Dear .Sir:
Your lettcrof tho 17th Inst, reached mo a
day or two ago, but 1 havo been too un
well till now to attend to It, You will
agree with mo that your statement con
tained in your letter Is not liliu that which
Judgo Williams slated in his charge, you
made to him, and upon tho basis or this
substantial difference between the two
statements I would llku to ask you in tho
namo ot what I thought to bo a pretty
well established friendship, und if I was
mlstukon In thai, In tho numo of conimoi
fairness, how is It that you. stood by ard
heard Williams mako this statomunt of
what you told him, with his manifest pur
poto to exclteprejudleougulnst mo, without
correcting hiu report of what you told
him about tho publication of tho lotter 7
Tho Mint; of Judgo "Williams' mot ln.
gular though .covert attack upon mo Is tills 1
insinuation mat my letter to you was pu d- a ico or Spanish cliaractor. Ho has ncglcct
lished without your knowledge, for tho cd to protect our citizens In tholr persons
purpose of exciting prejudice In tho public and property. Ho is cold-hearted, and
iiiinu, ana yet you stodU by, conscious tnai
tho judge misrepresented your statements
to him, and yet did not correct him. Now
how uo you reconcilo Umt with justlco and
fairness V Respectfully,
Jons yi. Palmeii.
THK NEW YORK HERALD.
HOW IT IS UANAOKl) AN'I) KDITKK. THE
SALAHIKS IT PAYS.
(Mrrc-fittondpncfi llichtnoml Whiff.l
Some of the renders of tho Whig may bo
intorctcd in a correct statement of tho
cost of publishing nnd labor required to
nnn.l.,,1 ll.n Vr.w Vnrl- 1l,nl,l Ihn nl.lnif
oi tlio quarto Uailles in tins city.
Tho editorial stutt consists ot one cliicr,
ono managing, ono financial, ono city edl- -
tor ana rlgm cuiiartai writers. J. no snip
news, foreign nows, domestic nows, statis
tical matters and transaction departments
each havo a chief, with such usslslancoas
mav bo r en u I red from tho citv department
Tho citv department is presided ovor by a
clikf, who must havo gone through all tho
gradations of the rcporloriai department
This forco consists ol twonlv-sovcn report
ors, who cover all tho nows points In Now
l on:, .lorsoy City, Jirooklyn ana contig'
uous places oi eas v access to New York
Tho falary of tho monaclne editor is
$3,000 per nnnum; tho financial editor,
f&.uuupor annum, ana tno writers, or sub
editors, from $40 to $00 por week ; report
ors, $25 to S35 por week.
In tho composing room soventy-flvo
men are employed, whoso pav dopend.
upon the skill and steadiness of their la
bor, somo making as hlch as $41 jor
wcok.
Tho clerical force of tho papor numbers
about twenty, divided into relays for day
and nicht work.
'1 no editorial lorco meet daily in tne
council room '' of tho establishment
Tho meeting is presided over by Bennett,
father or son, ns tlio case may be, or in
tho absence of both theso L'ontlcmon, then
by tho senior writer. Dr. Georco U. Wal-
lis, wno, by tlio way, Is a native of Jllch-
mond. At tins council nil tlio current
questions of tho day aro discussed, all
tormallty in spcaKini; on topics is avoided,
and it partakes more of n family gather
ing. Mr. Ruunctt, nftcr carefully looking
over ms memorandum oi " points, breaks
ilenco, and tho conversation takes a
cheerful turn, and continues for upward
of two hours. In tho Interim each editor
is assigned to wnto a cortain article
Mr. Uennctt, senior has not written an
article for tho Herald for upwards of
thirty years, yet ho Identifies himself with
tho bdltorlol columns by requiring tho
editors to Keep tno tono ana stylo ol tlicir
nrunins wiLiiin riirimn c.irtiimii imiriLH. I
- ... , --. .
mi. jmimiwiM 11 -11,11,111 Him Viiiiiij
mucs) connecting inc iieroia omcc, wun
his residenco at Fort Washington ; alio a
shorter lines (thrco milcsltu his house on
Fifth avenuo. Ry this means ho is in con
stant communication with tho office. Im
portant nows from Europe, und indeed
from an v part of the world is announced
to him, and ho frequently sends tho points
lor a leader over tno wires, tno tcicgrapti
koys being manipulated by tlio gentle hand
of his bcautilul dauulilcr, .leaiictto
Thoforcicn corrcsnondenco of tho cr.
aid is now in charge of a gcntloman in
London, who receives n salary of S5.000 a
year in gold. Ho moves nnd inculcates
thocorrejpondentsat tho various European
capitals.
The receipts from advertising ruirgu
from $2,500 to $5,0n0 per day, according to
tho chunges iu tho husv season of tho
year.
Mr. Bennett's incmo from his real ci
tato and newspaper is $'J25,000 por vuur,
and that of his son $45,000.
Uennctt, Sr., is soventy-flvo years ofugr ,
yet Ins bruin h as vigorous as it was twenty
yearB ago. His habit aro of a very abste
mious character, and to this ho ucrlbo
(US gUOU IK'tlUIi.
ONE HUNDRED YKAIIS I1EIII.VI) TIME.
When in 17CI, one of tho friends of the
Noweastlo Chronicle rent for insertion tho
following advertisement, ho littlo dreamed
how long n spaco of tlmo would intervene
before responding applications wculd bo
mado: "Wanted, a middled-oged woman
(who has been a servant In genteel families,
and can bo well recommended for honesty),
to tako caro of a sluglo gentlcmr.n'6 house
in tho country. Sho must understand cook
ing and setting out tlio table. A gardener
is also wanted, who, having but n small
garden to tako caro of, will bo expected to
assist occasionally in tho house or stables.
If a man and wile can undertake tho above
places, provided that they aro not en
cumbered with children, it will bo mora
agreeable. Apply to the printer of this
paper." Yesterday, In celebration of tho
centenary of tho Chronicle, wo distributed
among our subscribers reprints of No. 1,
nnd of twenty-nine advertisements which
it contained, the foregoing stood at tho
head. Tho sheet had not been issuod
many hours when a rospcctablo, worthy
looking cotiplo entered tho publishing of
fice, and advancing to tho counter, in
nocently inquired tho address of tho"'sinclo
gentleman." All tho establishment wus
at fault. Its "oldest inhabitant" could not
remember tho name of ttiu advertiser.
The rustle bachelor was unknown. No ac
counts stood against him in tho books of
thu office, mid thu honcit applicants who
offered themselves so unuxpectcdly in
answer to this curd wcro apprised, to their
astonishment, that thoy woro ono hun
dred years too hito. Newcastle Chronicle.
A BMALL-I'OX nEMEDV.
The following r-tntement of a correspon
dent of tho Stookton (Cal.) Herald bus
been going tho rounds of thu papers. An
ox-Callfornlan rays ho has seen it tested
with entire bucccss. Wo roproduco It,
therefore, for what it is worth :
I herewith append a rccipo which
has been iircd, to my knowledge, iu hun
dreds of cases, It will prevent or euro tho
smull.pox though tho piltings aro filling.
When Jonnor discovered cow-pox In Eng
land tho world of scienco hurled nn aval
ancho of fumo upon his hcitd ; but when
tho most selontlllu school ot mcdlclno in
tho world that of Paris published this
roclpo as a panacea for small-pox, It puss
ed unhcoded. It is as unfailing as fato,
and conquers in ovcry instance. It is
harmless when taken by a woll person.
It will also euro scarlet fevor. Hero is
tho rccipo as I havo used it, and cured my
child ren of tho scarlet fovcr ; horo il is as
I havo used it to euro small-pox j when
learned phyblclans said tho patlont must
die, it ourod : Sulphate of zinc, ono
f;rainj foxglovo (digitalis), ono grain ;
mlf a toaspoonful of sugar! mix with two
tablespoonful of wator. Whon thorough
ly mixod, add four ounces of wator. Tako a
spoonful ovory hour. Either disease will
disappear iu twelve hours. For n child,
smallor doses uccordlng to ogo. If coun
ties would compel their physicians to uso
this thoro would bo no need of pest houses.
If you value advico and cxperlonco, uso
this for that torriblo disease
0I1JECTIO.V8 TO SEC V null,
Tho roconsidoratlon by Secretary Fish
of his purpose to rosign otUco, causes moro
regret In his own family than clsowhoro.
Tho Troy ICAi eoysi
Our objection t Flfh Is not to tho man.
Ho Is a gentleman, well-educated, of culti
vated mannors, of moderate abilities, of
good intentions, and scrupulous intogrlty.
Hut he is not equal to tho position. He
Is tho weakest man who ovor hold tho of
fice. His policy to Spain und Cuba has Invol
ved us In complications which will lead to
vrr- mt i isn iiai commuted rrav
rots. Ho has shown unpardonablo Ignor-
acllclont in prldo of countrv. Ho has
been bamboozled by proposals'tosell Cuba
to tho United States. His policy has been
timid and temporizing. Ho 1ms put faith
In tho promises of Spanish ofllcfals. Ho
has been a puppet In tho hands of Snanish
agonis. j-zipionittiicaiiy speaking, no lins
uccn
"Tlio tool,
Tlml roiici do plsy with, colled n loci."
Ho ought not to ri'mnln In thn Hnlilncl.
His Cuban polloy Is not only a dlsgracoto
tho country, but it will bo tho causo of an 1
cxponsivo war. If ho had boon firm with
tho Spaniards, ho would havo put a stop
tO till) War Oil tllO Island, find Ctltin u-nnlrl
ioi a provinco oi opam, witn
'uiuuein goyernmoni jiko tlio iing-
''h colonies.
COMMIMMION AND FOUWAttOlHU,
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO..
(Huccesaor- to E, II, Houdrlek- k Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission!
MERCHANTS
AMD
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS,
fg5Llberl Adrancrs trr i nponw
ComilKntimntd,
Are prcparxil to reciite, storo anc orward
iruig nui in an points una lair atii
ifll on co:nmlMlon.
IliislnfSi attended to promptlr
W.Btratlon.
T. bird
STRATTON &, BIRD,
(Succcmom toHtratton, Hudson i Clark.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Loveo Cnirn Tllinmq
xjuvlc, lliro, Illinois.
. . . . ,
u7 -iiirnm 01 American I'owuer 1.0. . anil man.
urnolnicranKenlaforcctlonsarn.
JOHN B. I'HILLIS,
(Huccesaor to Parker A I'hi'.lli,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
1XD
FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TENTn-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CAIItO. ILL.
Ci. 1). WILLIAMSON.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
PRODUCE AND
COM Jl ISSION M EltCHANT,
.N'o. 7(1 Ohio I.rvor.
C A I It O, t L L I N C 1 H.
ee-5icelil nttcnUoa
and (1;IIiir order.
given lu conalgnments
ClIARLKS M. IIOWK k CO.,
LTJiJlinil.Jj UUJ.U1U15301U1N
FORWARDING M KRCIIANTS.
No. 04 Ohio Loveo,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
novmjir
WOOD RITTJINIIOUSE,
FLOUR
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE k VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
nDB-XjEOaS I3ST LIME
Cement, Plaster Paris,
axo
PLASTERER'S II A I R,
Corner I'.lebtli Ntrcct null Ohio l.oveie
CAIRO, ILL.
MILLER k PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRIIANK'S SCALES
68 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
Z. D. MATUUhS.
K. C. UI1I,
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
POE "W ABDIITQ-
AND tlKM'.IIAL
Commission Merchants,
DEALERS IN
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
No. Ol OHIO LEWE,
Bttuten tfxirth A Sit.,
CAIItO, ILL.
nitvus,
I w.
aov
AS
I1AMCH.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
( horlrrrU .W 11 rib 31, INUII.
orrira 1
NATIONAL
I CITY
RANK, CAIRO
A. II. HAFFORP, President i
H. H. TAYLOH, Vice.l'reildenti
W. IIVriLOP, Hecretarr and Treasurer.l
DiaacToasi
P. W. IUucur,
K. )1. bTocarHTii.
Cnn. GiLiaiita,
I'll'L ((. tic 11 1 11,
W. I'. lULimtr,
It. M. COkim-UiX,
J. M. ruiuira.
DrjioaUa of nny Anonnt Ilrrrlsrd Irons
aen a ran ( iniiru,
r.NTEHKiT paid on depuilla at the rate ol au
Jl. por cant, per annum, dinrcn iminn nepiuin
tier Int. Inlcreat not withdrawn la r.dded imme
dlatcly to the princlpil of thu dejmaiti, thereby
giving; them compound Interest.
MAItUIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEI-OBIT MONEY
0 tiut xo oxa aua cax caiw it.
Open every bmlneta day from 0 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and Baturday eremna lor HAVING IlEl'DMITa
only, irom 0 10 0 o ciock.
auiotf W. HTSLOI', Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAino; Illinois.
CAPITAL
$100,000
orricsast
W. P. IIALI.II'AY, President
A. I1.8AKFOHU, Cashier!
WALTER I1VHLOP, Axslstaiit Cashier.
Diainoasi
flriiTa TAYLoa, itparat II. CrNNisoHan,
HcotT Wmri, H 1'. lUiiioar,
Gio. I). WuiUMtox, HrinirN Pud
A. U. SirrouD.
Exeliktise, Colts and United Mlsttea
Bond Iloaght nd Hold.
DEPOSITS raceired, and
business done.
general banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIRO.)
DANIEL 1IUIID, Prealdcntl
ROI1KRT W. MILLER, VIce-rresMent (
C. N. nUQUES, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCIIANOE, coin, bank no'.ea and UniUd
Htates uocuritlen bought Rnd sold.
Inlerral Allowed on Time Df poalla.
..v
IN.SVUANC'K.
ii. Monms,
II. II. CA.VDKK
Pub. nd II. 8. Can.
oomrjr I'uunc,
No,
i:Tstj:r,:ei
FIRE, UULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
cuiDJENT, LIFE,
1 3ST.S XT H Ji. 35T O El I
astna. HAItTFOnU.
Asset ts.Mt.ui st
NORTH AMEKICA. l'A.
Atltll.. J.713.000 .
H AHTPOHD. CONN-
Assets. I.MJ.aio M
ruuiNix, UAivrroRD.
Aet !,7ll,ttl l
INTERNATIONAL, N. T..
Asttts.. l,Si3,J8S IT
1'UTNAU, HARTFORD,
I Aaaela...- T0,97 .
CLEVELAND. CLEVELAND.
Atact MS,73 (I
HOME. COLUUnUB.
Assets. tI5,J7S i.1
AMERICAN CENTRAL. UO-
Amiets ......WO.OOH 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Axsete JO,tw0,0CO 0U
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AMD
ACCIDENT,
Alitt ......1,V,000 OK
RAILWAY I'ABHENOERS ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Axiets - MC.Wj
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
Atscts UO.lCl
SAKt'ORD, MORRIS k CANDEK,
71 Ohio Lcve,
City National Dank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 1 ILSr S XT 33 A 23" O H!
(OMI'A.MMl
.IA0AKA, V. T.
Al
..l,U,tte f
....1, "V,7SI 71
,. ..7?,SCi X
GERM AN! A, N
IIANOVKIt, N.
KEI'UIILIC, N,
T.,
Art .
Ao'ftft
7H,li
Comprising the Underwriter"' Agency
YON K Ell., N. Y.t
Aiti....
.MS.IM r
ALIIANY CITY,
Aft IM.191 a
kikkmkn'm rUNII. K. I"..
AntetK C7S.CJ a
HIX'UKITr, N. Y. JlAllt.VE.
Aiet-i. I.IJ.'.mU Us
SToRK, Dwelliuxt, Furniture, Mnlli and Car
Horn, Intureil at rateti aa fToiMe ki aouad.
permanent neeuritjr v. Ill wurrant.
I refinectlllllv ftwk of thn ridfena rt flra
aharr ot tlielr jiatronaf e.
a. .-. iiiuilE
UOORN, NAN1I, KTCt
OO TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 J TENTH STREET,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
for
Doom, Kaali, Blind. Moulding,
EaveClatter,(wood) Wlndotratnd l"oojr
rramei, rioorlna;, I.atli,
Nblngle, fiUifd Naab, Ulaced Hide
LIkuU, UUicd Transom,
Hab Wclglil, Nnali rnlllra and Cord,
Blind I'alnln(a, Booflna;
Falt, Itoollng; Oinenl, PlaalcrlBf
1'aper, Carpet Fell, Wlillo
Lead, UntMl Oil, Atnerleaa Window
Ola, Kngllwli andFrenob
Plato Ula, Patty, Wailer'a Point
Nevror Pipes, Patent ChUnn7l
F.te., Etc., Klc.
A OENTfl lor Rock Rlrer Taper Company's
J Hheathinx Fell and Quarla Cemont.
11. W. John's Improved Itoollng always on
and,
BKAIi EMTATEAGEMT.
O. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
ARD
AUCTIONERS,
71 (second rLoon) ouio lbvie,
.CAIRO, ILLS.,
Bur amd Sell Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
As. I prepira ConTyncn of Kind.

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