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II OIIEIll.r, Mllor and l'liMianeri
Wednesday MoitstNo, Jnn. 1", 16'2.
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THE DOtMB WEEKLY HULLKTIN.
Jo!in It. itffrty Co- nT reduced Die Mib
crlidion pri' " "t the Weekly Cairo llnlletln li
One Mnrprrt mnjm, making U the elienpeM pa
perpuMIhei in Southern Illinois.
"Onck moro to the breach, dear friends"
onco raoro to invcttigntiun, oh, Grant!
It Is said llint nnothcr frnud on the govern
xnont has been dlscnre-ed ; this timo
amounting to the fnig little turn of ?4,
No name or details aro given, nnd tho
probability It, that ntlcmpl will bo mado
to keep the nffuir secret, m long ns it pct-
C. B. Farwel, lliu representative In
congrefs from tho Chicago district, write",
under dutu of Jan. 1 1, to th e Timts of that
city, tlmt the committee of wnysiind nienni
of tho house, have promised curly and
favorable iicllon on tho Lift io rcmovo
duties on building materials brought Into
Chicago. This is a re-enactment of what
it known as the Portland bill of 18GG and
will bo a measure of great relief to Chica
go, as It was to Portland. Mr. Farwoi
tnys he has no doubt but that the bill will
pats at an early day.
The telfgraphio reports indicate that
serious complications arc likely to arise
out of the ttopplng and searching of the
Florida by the Spanish men of war. Full
details have been received at thu navy de
partment anil create profound excitement
AVe hope tho excitement will lead to some
thing practical, war with Spain, If neei-f-lary.
Indeed, we think that n brush with
the Dons will do us good, do the Spaniards
good to be well thrashed nnd do belter for
this country, than in alt things else, by
securing tho annexation of Cuba.
Senator Sumner is getting his batter-
Scs re.idy for another charge, upon th
administration. If thu amnesty bill is
called up to-day in tho senate, hu will pro
pose tut civil rights bill as nn amendment
nnd advocate its adoption In n thrco hours
speech. It is intimated that ho will assail
tho president and chnrco him with prefer
ring amnesty ff r rebels, liofo.-o equal rights
for negroes. Grant tcld n colored delepn
tion, last week, that ho preferred tho am
nesty bill should go through on its own
merits, and not be nmcndcdin tho manner
Ivotunv i iradniK to whether supervi
sor 31 linn was appointed to hi office to
perform its legitimato functions or to in
terfere with tho legislation of Illinois, by
attempting to drngoon inemers Into the
upholding of Grunt's administration. Not
being the official organ of .Munn, we, of
course, cannot answer the query, Rut ns
ho is generally nt homo here, onco ovory
two weeks, he Ihs an opportunity through
our column?, to reply ovr hU own signa
ture. "Wo make him the lender cf tho
Bulletin, for that purpose. Itiso nnd
explain, oh! Jlunn, fur you aro expected
to ins ivor.
Because Munn und Logim nro supposed
to bo partlc.i'ar friends, and bccauo Lo
gan got Munn his appointment n super
visor of internal revenue for Illinois, the
VUiif wore hive started tho s.ory that
tho senator is about to take s!dc again
with Grant; that ho intends, at nn early
da)-, to deliver a speech advocating Grunt's
re-election. Wo do not boliovo ono word
of it, or that Logan is such n fool as to fa
vor Grant, nl'tor having been snubbed ns
he has been by him. No has not got over
tho smnrting of 'ho wound occasioned by
Grunt's interferenco with his re-election
as commander of the grand ntmy of tho
republic, and wo don't believe that Munn
has oithor friendship, influence or any
thing file enough to turn Lopnn the
width of a hair. Munn is mlirhtv in
small things, but when he comes to deal
with prestdont-ni'iklng, ho wit' bo just
where ho always has been nowhere.
Donna Julia Coifix has repeatedly
iotn li Wol,id ,10ver conncr.t, but ho bus
tmmnglyc,mnVnljC0V .,veiJ H
dl.inelination to u .ttkction. It 4
study U, rtBd bow lenlWy amUI.
qulilte'y tho nnUr bus uccotnpniWi it
AVhen aneient Put..! was culled on ,
eai lecKi, lie (I in not J;now what nn exam
pie bo wus setting to the republicans of
our day. Colfax repeats Pistol and swul.
lows the leek of otlluo just as gracefully,
anu "retirement" is abandoned. From
this time forth, the pleadable emotions
which wo expected to enjuy, in regarding
mm, ai a tell-sacriOcing yit smiling saint,
uauy immoiutlng his lifu on his eountrv
ut..r ...III I.. .!..!.! . . . . . "
ueiuo'i us, i no uiUU Wl,
grund. but the mould of oliiclulgrcodcame
uu me wcrm must now mourn at thU
modern philosopher's inability lu with-
tianu lemptatlon. Colfax retires
Let the "hiuvens be hung in black."
vvunire ueiween me Un ted Staten nn,l
Buisia oro not quite as culm as u summer
murnlng. The growl of tho bear it heard
through Princo Gortschakoli; in a note tu
mo secretary of!tato in relation to Cuta
cazy's disininal. nnd which is reL',irle,i i,t.
the present at a direct Hnd open insult
so una unu v. Secretary Fish. Tho tele-
rrranli Intitmili.. .
w-r vnai serious results aro
likely to grow out t it uri uj(is that our
government U conUii.,Wilg tho oidoring
of our minister nt St. l'tfirsburg home,
and sending tho Kuttiuu chtrge in this
country Ills passport i thus cutUnK otr ii
official intercourse between tho two coun.
trios. AVo do not nntlclpato any nerlous
trouble, for lsldn from the peculiar friend
.bin rxlstlnc between tl.o.-twc. counlrir,,
hip existing ueiwccn , .
their lntero-l.,a. ' occmnt.ts -f l lie
ifrealcst portio;" oMho clvilUod glow
would pre'"ud6 any hostile demoniirn
tlon, lowpver mucli their rojecini'i"-1
n..itles may h.ivo been disturbed by the
foolish conduct of an over-alou minis
The mook-tl ijucitloti f i woman's right
tosurtrnge, fuund'un imwer tho otlierday
by JudgefiJineson of Clilengo. Mrs.
V. Walto,"of that city, brought an ncllon
against the Judges of election who refused
lior voto lat Novomiter, Mrs. Walte's
counsel made tho point, thM sufl'rago Is
n natural rlght,undor tlio constitution of
tho United States, the constitution of Illi
nois, the declaration of Independence, tho
XlVth and XVth nmcndinonti nnd the
decalogue. Judge Jameson denied tho llrst
proposition, holding that tho right to voto
was not a natural but an acquired one, by
consent of those who Lavo tho power to
give or withhold. On tho second pol"t he
declares thnt to quote the authorities al
luded tons favorablo to tho women Is to
e;ivo currency to tho foolish lierey that a
law, general in its terms, but admitted to
express only a particular Intention of tho
lawmaker, can by construction bo mado to
enact, what it Is ndmittcdho did not in
tend. Even admitting that there Is n con
stitutional provision giving her tho right
to vote, there is no stntuto enabling her to
cast her ballot, sinco constitutional
provisions do not enforoe themselves.
Hut thojudgo gallantly comesj forward
to soothe tho persistent Mm. AW by ad
ilmp: " Upon (ho policy of so amending
our laws as to permit women to vole, I
shall only obcrvo thnt, on principle, I
seo no ground for refusing to do so when-
ever n goncrnl demand for tho suffrage Is I
mado by women themselves. Thoy form
a distinct class of porsons, hnvmu pecu
liar rights and interests, of which they
might ho tho best guardmnf, if they w. uld
n'sumo tlio moor nnu responsibility oi
thatoflieo. Be this us it may, ono tiling
ccms to mo clear, that if women nro to en
ter tho capitol with n view to seat them
selves by the lido of tho conscript futhcri.
as legislators nnd administrators, they
ought to wait until they can effect their
entrance there, legally nnd directly, by the
This decision, to say tho hast, is more
liberal than bus heretofore been accorded
tho women by previous judges and will do
moro to advance their cause, than all the
lectures and speoehes that have been de
livered for them bv their advocates.
Tho Now York Tribune has recently
been reviving tho sayings of the fathers
in relation to tho necessity of with
holding patronagn from high officials, lc3t
thoy tiso it to corrupt those
under them and thus establish
themselves in permanent power. It cites
Mr. Jefferson's circular on this subject,
enjoining federal office-holders frum
inning an acuvo pari in pnriv politics, es-
ppolnllyin tho suleetion nf nnrtj candi
dates, should they thcmsclvos bo ambitious
of a re-nominatiun. Theso have alwavs
been regarded by rigbl-thlnkltig men as
found in principle nnd policv, and not
until tho avowal of that unprincipled and
barbarian motto "to tho victurs belong
tho spoils" were thoy in practieo de
parted from. Daniel AS'ebsterin his great
speech, delivered in tiio United Stales
senato in 1 805, assorted the same doctrine.
And generally, our greulest statosmen
havo re-Iterated and endorsed it. If such
denunciation of tho concentration of pat-
ronago was right in tho years gone bv,
what epithets of scathing Indignation
should tho present corruption und misuse
of power in executive offices evoke? At
Washington tho executive power has been
multiplied a hundred fold tinco AVebstor
declaration that " lie who controls n man's
living, controls his will," and wished for
that reason to stay tho furthor contagion
of tho pluguo which had broken out, with
such disastrous effect in tho whlto liousi.
But the powers of tho president as to the
wliolo people of tho union, uro limited in
deed, as compared with the carpel-bag
governors of several of tho reconstructed
southern "lutes. Tho authority and pat
ronngo with which radical Ingenuity has
hedged nbout tho gubernatorial office, have
led to tho mint disu'tious consequences in
South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Texas
and Louisiana. Thu power bctowrd
for party eml has been used to burden
tho people, and at the tamo time to de
prive them of the ability of successful re
sistance. It furnlriics temptations and
leads to complications. It gathers around
the executive office tho vcnul and the
sycophantic, who havo boenmo at once
tho Juro to corruption nnd its foil. Suci
power is unsafe, no nvitter who wields it.
It Is in couionuneo with noither republi
can principles nor traditions, and slu.u'd
wiped out with as little delav ns posi.
bl from tlio statute-books of every Amer
TUB Vl.MANSPKIij) j, En Kits;,
The Now York p,,Vns JwW,h oMlo flf
the correspondency bet
Mtmttli.ltl wlitr.li ii...
""n Fisk and Jo'lo
received. The V
u-i.im. i ii.. -i .. M letter
.Mn im, miij uuuiiuii to parlies o,
ed with hrio or Tummuuiy :
JIM to josie.
No 18" AVestStiiekt. Tuesday. nini.n.
13, 18H8.-MY Deaii Josie: James Me.
Henry, partner ofSir Morion Pcto, tlm
iMrgcst lailwuy builder In tho world, Mr
Tweed and Mr. Lane, will dine with tu at
hulf past C o'clock. I want you to pro
vldo as nice a dinner us possifilu. Every
thing went oif elegantly. AVo aro all safe.
ill seo you ut C oclock.
James Fisk, Jn.
SOMETHING. LIKE A HOW.
On January, 27, IbGO, Josie kicked up a
row. She vowed she would leave Jim if
he did not make over to her a competency
fur life. Fisk refused. Next day Jos0
wroto him a threitenlng letter, saying
their; relations were ended. Oct, I, 1870,
Fisk roplied in a long letter nnd bays ;
But what think you or a wonuin who
would vulnly try, llrst by a gentle kiss,
und uftcrwurd night and duv for weeks,
months, and years, by deceit and fraud, to
lead mo through n dark vnllov of trouble
THE CAIRO DAILY
I when 'he could havo mado my pathway
nnn ofrosr? committing crlmo which a
l(I(,vll r mlQ wou,a 8)nk fro)
nlLthb tlmo 1 showed to her, us to you.
nothing but kindness, both in words and
actions, myitis nt your feet n soul, n lieait,
n fortune and a reputation whl litind cost,
by night nnd dav, 'j ye.irs of perpetual
toll, and which, but for fi black blot nf
having in nn evil hour linked Itself with
you, would st'ind out to-day brighter lit -tit
any ever seen upon earth. ' llut a tnit Im
fallen, anil ymi nppear in your true light,
I borrow your own Words in des.'rilio you,
"A snake in tho grn," and verily 1 havo
found theo out. And you havo tho auduc
Ity to call your sainted mother to witnois
your advice to mo. "A dog that bites."
ice, kc. How I worship night. I said :
"Get theo behind mo, Sitan." Tho few
weeks that have elapsed since tlmt blcs
ed hour how I blecd tlieni for the peace
of mind they havo brought me. Again
the world looksbright, and I havon being.
You lmas;ined I would pursuo you again,
and you thought I would endeavor to tear
down llto eastlo you had obtained by rob
bery Ojd knows that If am an animal
so !ol to every feeling of deccnev ns to be
willing to link itself wltli you. I will as
sist and footer it so that it will keep you
from crawling toward me, and provent mo
from looking on you ns a snako as you
are, and from raising a bund in pity to as
sist you, should trouble iiculn cross your
path. So I liuvo no fears that I willugain
come near you. 1 send you back n ring,
nnd were lln write anything about It, tho
words would bo only loo decent for tlio
samo were they couched In tho worst of
language. So I say, lake It bick ; lt
memory Is indecent, and it is tho last
souvenir I havo that roinln Is mo of you.
I had a few picture" of you, but they have
found a place among nothings which Ml
tho waste basket under my table. I am
aware that In your back parlor itangs a
picture of llio man who gavo you tho wall to
inuif; it on, and rumor siys you have
another In your clmmhor. The picture up
tulrs send buck to me. Take the other
down; for lie whom it represents has no
respect for you. After you re.id this Ici
pjuturPi f,)r you would
faults I love thee still,
er you siiuuiu no imiumca to loou at the
my, With all thy
' u'lid that would bo
lerely tlio suinii olt-repeated lie. So tnke
it down. Do not keep anything in Unit
lioii'o that lojks like me." I fain would
reach u point where not oven the slightoU
necessity will exist for nny intercourse be
tween us. I mil in hopes" this will end it.
James Fish, Jn.
On the lib of Oct., Fik wrote to Josie
in rclution to '-o,U00 which she wanted:
Ilmo I not fulfilled uvory promise I
havo mudo'.' Is there not n stability ubout
your finance) to-day, if not disturbed by
vultures, sulilcient'to afford you a com
fortable income for tlio remainder of your
natural lifu? You say you have never re
ceived n dolUr from any nnu but me, and
you will never hnvo" another from mo
until want und miscri lirinL' von to mr
door, except, of course in tliefulllllmunt o"f
my sacred promise, nnd the settlement of
your bills up to throe weeks ago at 0 min
utes to 11 o'clock. You need havo no fear
as to my sensitiveness regarding you call
ing on any ouoelso for assistance! as 1 llnd
tlio word "'assistance" underlined in your
letter to niuko It more impressive on my
mind. Tlmt, of all others, is the point 1
would havo you reach, for in that vnu
would say: Why, man, how beautiful
you nro to look nt, but nothing to lean on,
and you will imagine my surprio ut your
'election of tho element you have chosen
to illl my place Stokes." I was shown
to-duv his diiimuiid', which Ind been sac
rilleeJ to our people at ono h ilf llieir value,
nod undoubtedly, ii this were not so, tlio
money would havo licnn turned over to
you, that you might ieel conl-tnted in to
tho irroinneiioy of your allairs. Yoll will
therefore oxeuso me if I decline vour moj
et request for a still further disuiirseiiient
of S'ifi.ODO. I very naturally reel tlmt
some part of tills amount mliit lu used l
release from tho pound, tlio properly of
another in whue welf.ue the writer of
this does not feel an unbounded interest.
WE II AVE VAUTEl) EOUEVEIl.
On tho 20th Fisk wroto ugrin : Wo havo
havo patted forever. Now let us niuko
the mmiio.'y of the pist its bright and
bcaiuiful ns"wo can ; for on my cido there
is so little to cherish that 1 eliiit; to it with
great tenacity, und hope from timo to time
to wear it oil'. You know full woll how I
h ii vo fullered. Onco you knew mo better
than nny one on earth ; to-duv vou know
mo less. It is the proper liht for you to
staiiu in. it is nM you Uesiru on your sido.
it is all you deserve on mine. This letter
should remain and bo read by you. Should
you seo fit to answer it, tlio answer will be.
tho same way kept by mo. There lias been
n storm ; the ship, a noblo steumcr, has
tono down j the storm is over, and tlio sea
is smooth nguln ; little ships hould keep
near liio shoro i greater ships can venture
more. My chip h hiiiiII and poorly
LEAVE ME ALONE.
On Oct. 'J j, Kisk writes:
I can seo yon now ns you were last night
when yen talked ol this man .Stoke,
and do not decoivo yourself, you lovo
him. Yesterday there was nothing but
breaking up of strong pride nnd givini:
way oi wiiitune-i. Lung to unit one.
Louvo mo nloiioj for in inn you have notli
inj; left. AVhy nk nie to weaken your
self with him '! All that you mtiit "tudv,
but I pledge yo't M-niu'ht thnt I will ni.t
eouiitunniico oven your impression on my
mind until tho door is clo-eil behind him
forever. For what you can gain from
mo j on probably cannot afford to do thnt :
so let nioudvlio you to nourish him and he
e.ireful. Nothing is so hud for you us
changes. IIo loves you ; l"Vo him ; you
have caused nu nil the tni.ery ymt could;
elin to him ; bo careful what you do, for
ho will be wa'eliful. How well ho knows
you cheated me. IIo will look lor th"
mine, and now, us I know precisely how
you stand, from your own lip, I will treat
blm dUV.irnntly. AltliO'ili you would not
protect him 1 will. AVhlfo ho l tliere,
nnd until his memory u burled forever,
never approach me, for I shall send vou
iiwny unseen. Ever b direful tint you
do not have tho feeling that you can como
back to me. for tliere is it wide gulf be
tween you and me. I would not hold a
fulno hope out to you. I shall not troublo
you moro in llils letter. You havo tlio
only Idea I enn express to you. 'ou know
when you can seo me again, if over. Tho
risk for you is too gru-it. Loving und
suited ns you nre, cling to him for tho pres.
out, nnd when your nature gnu- tired of
that, throw him off, and to long until it is
timo for you to bo weary, and for vou to
bo put in your llttlo bod forever, you must
'u coutontou. w.mt negin plotting to
"'"J'rnv. Thq to-morrow for thought,
'.'.!''i. 1 governed by thin lettor, for tlio
hi mh muu1' of i'mt di'stny iM 1,18
Notwitl,sta..dlng Urtt flirowo JosIo
s illclungto Fi.U. KliU ,1PK,,ml 'fVori.
she asked for money, and vM. 11V0 ,t'.
And now wo find Jim mulled .,,., ..nJ
more inudly in lovo with ,or tj;ilu 'wef
and wo llnd lilm writing as fondly a, i,.
k . i. . .
nov. io, uiui holly: Don't feci
tlmt way. do riding, nnd lo.nlghubirlini,
i win uiko vuu in ron. j Hi'iil go out ut
hulf past three, nnd you enn safely look
uhuud, darlitiK, for rest, 1 will come, und
nu miuii uo uuppy again.
A'ours truly, James.
A largo number of lettor nro published,
but the remainder aie shorl and wero
written during tho ttnio Fisk was n con
stant visitor nt Josio's homo. Most of
theso notes contained liberal enclosures of
money, Tlio following nro specimens .
WHAT YOU NEED.
10th nf March, Deaii Dolly Kudos
ed II ml $7o, which you need, D.) not wait
dinner for mo to-iilght. I ennnnt come.
Yours truly "Ver, James.
St. Jamfs Hotel, Sunday, Oct. If.
laill) --Deaii Josie : Knclosed yon will
llnd $113. Yours truly, James.
Firm Avenue Hotel. Doi.i.r : Un
closed llnd money. Bully morning for a
funoiul. ' J. F. Jit.
Fisk sent$l,0C0 to Josie, In November,
witli this memorandum :
'lint k I'.ulway Company, TnEASun
eii'h Okeick, Nov. 7, 1870. Receiving
desk, $500. AW II. .'
"Eiiie IUilway Company, Tueasuu
En's OFficK, Nov. 10, 1870. Receiving
dek, S300. AV. 11. B.
"Plene acknowledge receipt.
After Fisk and Josie hnd mado up,
Stokes entered tho field ngnln. Ho per
suaded Josie thnt tlio letters which Fisk
hud written, were of immense value to him,
and that ho would pay nny prlco rnllier
than havo them exposed to tlio gnze of the
public. So in a fatal hour Josie consented
to go back on Fisk.
Stokes says thnt tlio letter published are
unimportant, nnd havo no bearing on tho
case, but that tho remaining letters inlll be
published end will fully bear him out lu
mi n t mm i t nmnr
llll'j U;VL I1AU ul 1 J
SCHITRZ AND HIS TRADUCERS.
THE AMNESTY BILL. NEWMAN
(Correspondent of inn llullctln.)
Wi'iiiMitov, I). C, J.in. 9th, 1571.
Congress re-is-embled yesterday. Tlio
senate was not very full, while
the lioii'o was rpiilo slim, nnd
in consequence very liltlc business
of importance wus transacted. In
tho senate Senator Schurz replied to tho
administration organ, tho New York
Timts. Ho reviewed tlio charges in de
tail nnd clearly proved them to be a tissue
of falsehoods, nnd denounced tho paper as
bolng guilty of "shnmeles, intrepid nnd
'cumulative lying " and thought the ad
ministration very unlucky in having
such nn orgin.
the collar weaueks WINCE.
Tlio Grant collar wearers winced nt tho
tho plain language of the senator, for
when ho said Times it really meant tho
mnstor spirit Grant. Singular thnt
Grant should single out Jennings, tho
English editor of tlio Times, as his mouth
piece, n man whoso every breath, thought
or aspiration is un-American. The paper
is legally liablo for tho vllo slanders which
it publishes but Gen. U-ant is morally re
sponsible, tor if lie docs not personally dic
tate tlio article! thoy aro done in his inter
ests and have his sanction.
CALL OFF THE IIOOS.
Mr. Schurz meant that much nnd al
most said It. Tlio administration hud bet
tor call Off their llogi, im Clio Minrp, wlrv
and able Gnrman, nnd tho keen und sar
castic IlMnolnn Trumbull aided by tho
Nobrnskn slasher Tipton will prove too
much for Tray, Blanche nnd Sweotlicart,
which aro nov- burking nt their heels.
Tills not hoiiig our fight wo can afford to
give advice gratis. Tho resolutions of
lion. S. S. Cox recognizing n stato of war
in Cuba and oxtendint; belligerent rights
to tlio insurgents, will force General
Grant to show his hand on tho question,
and if lie lias broken nwny from under
Fish's thumb in tho matter wo shall soon
know whether tho friend of Spain Fish
will change front or go out of tho cab
inet. THE AMNESTY DILL.
The nmnosty bill has not been brought
upyct on nccount of tho absence of Sena
tor Robertson, who has it in charge, but It
can bo brought up at nny timo ns it kcops
its place. Sumner w.itchos it like n hawk
m ho Is determined to tack his " raco
mingling idoVon to it. His hobby of
mixing whites und blacks in tho nublic
schools Is commented on by seiisiblo ne
groes ns working them n great injury!
out sucn as I'rof. Lang,ton whoq family
aro cream-colored, and who dospiso ne
groes and will not associate with thorn, aro
pushing tho mingling of white nnd bheks
with great po-sistoncy News roceived hero
indicate the defeat of Brother
Harla.i, present sonator from Iown, for
Pope Nowmun, pnstor of tlio Gran
church horn and chaplain of the sonato
will bo greatly chagrined at Brothor Har
bin's defeat among lih Methodist broth
eren in Iowa for re-election. But tlio
.Methodist clergy and layman wllb a proper
spirit or inucponuonco havo rebuked his
officious moddllns. The nuro and imm,,.
ulato Harlan will remain ut homo to ro
ilect over the injiidicinusncss of friends who
drug their church Into tho dirty ,iru ,l(
politics and its results. Tho ro-olection uf
Sonator Sherman of Ohio, to tho United
States sennto is conceded. Tlioro aro
enough radicals who would voto for any
conservative of their own party if tho
democrats would Join with thorn, but
apathy or Indlfforencoon the subject among
tho democrats will Inflict tho narrow, slial
low, pliable Sherman on tho senalo for an
oilier term. There is but llttlo probability
of tlio domocrntie senators and member's
holding n caucus to dotormino anything
with regard to political nffairs, nt least just
Tlio talk of n coalition Is prematura if
oven practical. Grunt's chances for tho
nomination arogrowlngsmallorovery day,
nnd If thrown overboard thoro will bono
uto for democrats. It is only in u,0
ovont of Gr.int boating his opponents in
Ids own party that wo can bo made avail
"bio to assist tho soro-headed untl-Grnnt
' "dieulg to wreak their vengeance on him.
1,1 the meantime wo aro to wnlt ut tho
door toui t,0 cold victuals which may or
"y not ru from tlio nntl-Grant radical
Inble. Hither nn equivocal position for
ft great party to bo placed in. A party,
too, which novr faltered In its devotion
JANUARY 17, 1872.
to Its principles or it, organization, oven
when defeat was certain. Has thu radical
grab mania seized on our lender.. u,ni. ,
nro to bo turned over root nnd branch to
irummill, Sciittrz, .Sumner, Tipton, Fen
ton nnd oilier dovoted rudlcnU, Imply
beonuso they cannot bent Grant Iih,0 ,,B
radical organization 7 Let us panso cro
thu bidding begins.
WAGON MAN I ' FACTOR V.
For Sale at Wholcsalu or Retail
COItNF.lt 32D-STREET AND OHIO I.KVW.,
J. P. ft A Mill.'.
iiatchi:mhn hash ivi:.
This stipprh Hnir Dye iKlhe rr.sr iiTiir. Wenii'
l'erliellv ltnriiitrs llcllnble nnil liHtlii.tcii..
o iliMprnltittncnt. No lll.llculoin Tints or Uto
ilennm Odor. The umnlne W. A Ilne!it-lor'
Hair Dte nitlni nnit'iiuTi'i v a .r,un,n.i
llltk or natur.l lirrmn. I)oe not Putin the
Hkin. hut Icnvejlhe llnlr Clean, Knit nnd Ileum-
thl Ii)' UlrHKjrln. I'acloiy IR llnnil Htreel.
IlaiiDV relief lor rniinir tnfii trnm u, o.n,.n
rro anil uliutei la early llle. ilanlmoil re
lored NervcuiH I'clillily eiircl. Iinpeiliuinu
tu mnrrinco removed. New method of IreAl
ment. fvr nml reiTinrkuhle rf.ini.ilif.. IlnnVa
nnd clrrulirsspnt Iree, In -ruled envelopfs. d
ire- ll(JWAItl) A-SOCIATiON. Nil. 2 South
n'nniMi.. I'liiiaueioiiiit., t'.i iiec2Siit3iii.
.MOOKK & MATH KVVS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Done In tho luchct t;i- ol tin- nt t, and a
rules that dely eoinpoiltlon.
Blior IN PEUHY HOLE, COI'.NEIt OF ST!!
KTItEET AND CMMEKCIAL AVENL'E.
Cor. hllt.il. nml Coniuierrlnl-nv.
iriJ'Clean ToweU nnd
BfLelies' and clilldren'c hair cut nnd Kliam
uoocd, clllifrat Win nhop vr at their own lioinen,
"wGentlemen'r hil.er anil h 'r dju In
nrtNlKOf KHfl". Mm, twlcf r., LrIIMrMlltl.
J. & E. GREEN WALD.
Flour end (irist Mill,
The "Tufiper' I'alrnl Cratfbar
MAOIIINEUT FOE GENEItAT. I'UErOSES,
j AVHOLKSALE GROCERS,
OHIO I. E V E E
! A I It . II.LINOIM,
A!o, Uefp conWantl nn hand moit CUn
plete stock nfj
SCOTCH AND IIIIHII WIIIfiKIEh
d I N H,
l'ort, Maderia, Sherry nnd Catawba Vincs
RBJIVTII A CO. tell exclusively for cn.h.ln
. which fact they invito tho especial alfn
lion of clne Iwrijiiin buyers.
Special attention given to Filling Orders,
HARD anu SOFT LUMBER
ol every tlescrljillon,
1-.ATII, SHINGLES, OKDAlt POSTS,
DOOltS, SASH, BLINDS.
S T V, A M 11 0 A T L U M 1) E It,
Fuinlahed on lmrleit notice.
Uouiiuercial-iiv, bet. l(Jth and llth-sts.,
ENTE lll'RI SE SAYJ NG S
Clinrlrrnl .Hnrelt 31, ISf.O.
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
A. Ii. SAFI'onD, Treiodent;
H . TAYI.OIt, Vice.I'n.identi
W. IIV.-ii.ul', weretary and Treasurer.)
P. W. IUscur,
F. M, hrotkri ltll.
I'afl. O. Hcilfli.
It. M. Cl'.VMXUUlM,
W. i: lUmiur,
J. M. Pamirs.
lleioallfi ofnity AtnoiiiU Keeelteitlroin
sen emu I piiarils,
INTKltnST paid on dfpoalu at the rate ol an
A. p-ceni. periinnum, .unreii llnnil sptfin
t?r li. Imere-tnut Hiltidrnn U ..liieii lnonn
diMtely to the prinelp.il of tho deporltt, thertby
K 'in, iim'iii i:jiiipuuuii mieresi.
MAKI'.IEI) WOMEN AND CHILDKEN JIAT
0 THAT SO O.M ILUC l.tx CUAW IT.
Open every bulnen ilay from 0 a.m. to .1 n.in.
nnu haturduy eu-iiing lor HAVINli IiKPoSli'S
uniy, irotn u io a o'cioeK.
uuf VV. II VHI.OP, Treamirer.
rlUIE CITV NATIONAL
W. P. II,M.I.I)AV, I're.ent
HL-Nltr I.. IIAI.MH.VV, Vice President i
A. II. HAKl'OltD, Cnihleri
WAI.TKh ltr.SI.OP, Asilslant Ca.lurr.
Staats Tailor, KnarBT II. Ccn'mmiii u,
JIl.MlV I;. IIULIIHT, V. P. IIALIIIHV,
WIW. I'. O ILI.IAMH.IN, OTF.rill N JIIIIO
A. II. K.n i Dim.
KiclinuifP, Colli mill I'niled Slutct
; lionil IIoiikIiI nml Sold.
TjKPOSITS rccelvod, and a ncneral lanlilnK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEIi HUitl), l'reitldenl;
ItOIIKHT W. MII.M3R, VlccIVealdont i
0. N. IIUOIIK8, Caihler.
COLLECTIONS I'ROSirTLY MADE
EXCIIANOE. coin, bank nolea nnd United
btutea aoouritlea bought and sold.
Interest Allowed on Time Depoilii.
0. AV1NBT0N & CO.,
REAL "ESTATE AOEN
71 (SECOND l'LOOIl) OHIO LEVEE,
IJtiv and Sum, Ki:ai. Kstatk,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS ()!' TIThK
A' I prerar Contovsnoi of Kind.
HOOTS AMI NIIOtM.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKKR,
llelween W.kIiIiiioii avenue nud Poplir
Ilooln and Mines Mdr to Order.
CITY SHOE STORK
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
oik Airscr roa
HOOT S A N D S II O K S
Coiiimrrrlnl Atettiir, Corner of i:ia;Iitb
rARTICULAH ATTENTION I'AII) TO ALL OK
DEltd KOK IIOOI'KKIKTH AND HHOr.a.
"TR 1 13 MP II."
TIIK TitlU.MPII INSUltAXCK CO.
m ...5O,0O 00
Ho'kln all klndiot riik.
MUItl Agent, Cilro. U.
CO A L I COAL I COAL I
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARRON
Coiiiiuercial-nv., Foot of Klevcnth-st.
All Caal enrcfully welhfl at the yard on Fair
FULL WF.IOIIT WAItRANTED,
Coil ilehvertrd on the nhortejt nolle in an
turt ol the cl.y, either by Hie half ton, too or car
Leave order at the office on Commercial. ar. a
hefoot of F.lerenth ttreel. norlGJ.Cm.
WIXKS A Nil l.lUUOIta.
irccmoa hjiii.i t iTDCirLiTi
Keenly er nml XVIioInnle Drsilcr In
I'oreli;n nnd lioiueslle
WINES ,'AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Levke,
HI. keep, on hand conitantly a fall ttock o
.Old Kentucky lloiirunn, live and Mononira.
bel.i Vhlkle, French Urandles, llollaud Oln,
Uhlne nod Cnlllornia Wines. lin.KJIf
WJI. U. SCIIUTTER,
Ittiporler nml UlioleanleUenlfr lu
TOBACCO 5c CIGARS.
Agent for tlio best brands of
OK HAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Alex f Ulflereul Ilnd,
75 Ohio Levee,
ft OA I no. ILLINOIS.
MRS. M. SWANDEK,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Cimiuicrrinl Avenue. opiONlle Ellin
linil aaitj luuraa
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAA
Made to order, or Ready.JIade.
!!.i'?.eJv.e'' .fu" Rn,l ""mplete stock oJgood.i.
mMlirvSritJol cu",l,le,e f "' SK im-'
KIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
alio offers great Indiicemnts to her patrons and
all ollierx toiull on hor.eiumlni thu prices, atvlca
and iUlily of her KoU. ' '
Mrs. flwAtidir. hnvine anld h ....
ael ilia whole of thoao kooiIi at uud below cost
IJow U thy time to purenme C'mntmas aood
t the tf ry lnwtt prlcas, uu