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TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John It. Uberly Co. hT reduced the nib
oriplioo pnr of the Weekly Cairo llulletm to
On PrfMrftr annum, miking It the cheapest pa
perpublfihed in Southern Illinois.
Williamson ought to)be tho oueret
county In the itate, if law can mnke it to.
Iti county court has renewed for the
present your an crder In forco during
1871 that no county licenses for the lacl
of liquor should be granted. After the
flnl of July next, at which time tho teni
peraoco bill becomes a law of tho itate,
we tuppote getting druuk will be one of
tho "lost arti" in Williamton county.
Oderly of the Cairo Bulletin, has
been appointed by Gov. Palmer as one of
tho directors of tho Cairo and St. Louis
railroad. A good appointment. In fact,
an "Oberlr" rood ono to be made from the
party to which the Bullctis belongs.
Williamson Co. Progress.
If the governor had sclectod from the parly
to which tho Progress belong and had
been pushed to the Wall in so doing, lie
would, no doubt, have made a better sclec
Washington politicians have expressed
the opinion tht additional reconstruction
measures will have to be resorted to before
the difficulties in Louiiian.tc.in b settled.
Louisiana, in common with other southern
states, has had an overdose of reconstruc
tion, which is what ails it now. Lest
reconstruction, less radical carpet-bag
government, would work n change in the
condition of Louisiana. The stale is feeble
from too much radical doctoring.
Ait o.vo the late afflictions visited upo
poor Chicago are mad dogs. One of thes
bit a ion of Alderman Stone, who, anxious
for the safety of the boy, took him sixty
miles into the country in order to try
the virtue of a madstone. Tho stone was
applied to the wound to which it adhered
for two days. A young German of Chica
go, bitten by the same one which bit young
Stone, also tried the virtue of a madstono
which, after adhering two days, fell off,
apparently having extracted all tho poi
son frcm the wonna.
Is a racent temneranco lecture in Hon
ton, Senator "Wilson declared that there
waro fewer drinking men in Congress now
than in former years. About ono quarter
of the senators are pledged temperance
men, and there is not among tuem one
who may be termed a drunkard, and the
same is truo of tho houto of representa
tives. This it a very gratifying statement
certainly, but not quito so gratifying as it
would be if tho people did not kno-v that
their radical senators and congressmen
are not quite so careful to obey tho com
mandment "thou shalt not steal" m the
are to heed Solomon's injunction to look
not upon tho wine when it is red.
TUU TKUPEllASCE LA W.
The act of the legislature of this state
to provide against tho evils resulting from
the sale of intoxicating liquors, liuving
received tho signaturo of Gov. I'almor, is
cow a law, to which all within its reach
must render duo obedience. It is removed
beyond the sphero of legislation and Is
placed upon Its triil beforo tho people nnd
tne courts. As one of tho jury, who by
ngnt ana prescription Is called on to
pass upon this new addition to tho body
ofonr laws, we propose to examine its pro-
visions. o approach tho subject, us
every juryman should rnoet questions sub.
rallied to his arbitrament, without propo
session for or sgainrtit. In making thU
acknowledgment, it will not be nmlis to
qualify it lo u certain extent by saying,
that while wo are opposed to laws in their
nature or effects prohibitory, wo never
theless favor soma enactment which will
control tho sale of intoxicating liquors us
at present allowed.
Rut Anile wo dtsiro mich rt.truint wo
willnorerylold our sanction to tho theory
that the state is the guurdlan of public or
privaio morals, or hasanv right to take
cognlniiM A either farther than by (
punUhmont of lovnlon of individual
or municipal prh.U.g..,. w ,,oW ,
the state cannot, If it W0UM, ,nfcVll mcn 0
communities temperate or reHirlom ,m . ..
islativo enactments, nnd no li-nWlMion,
wneiner originating m a republic or ir, u
t .i .... . . . ""i 1
monarcny, can control a man's stoinuth
and decldo wlat or how much shall i-o
Into it. As wo approach nearer to the
millenlum, such control may succeed, but
not before certainly not until human
nature undergoes un entlro change.
J.aws, tlicii, which refer to individual
tastes, passions or feeling, whether pro
hlbitory In fact or veiled under disguises,
win never bo enforced for tho simple
reason that they never can be they are
opposed lo common experience nnd com-
mon sense, and these at onco rovolt ngalns
any inlriugomcnt. Laws, to bo respected,
obeyed and enforced, must uppeal
to wie goou senst as well ut to tho neces
sines oi mo people, lor law U u rule of
act'on, prfscriue! by a supremo nower In
tate, requiring a course ol conduct thtt
will not do violonce or work injury to
tho ritjhta of tho stato or any of ita citl-
sent. Or, If wn quoto tho beautiful lan
gunge of Hooker: "Tho voice of law
tho harmony of tho world; nil things in
hsaren and earth do her homage, tho
rery Jeait M feeling her caro, nnd the
greatesH su not exempt from her power."
Tho very Mence of llborly consists in
constitutional law; acd no manor body of
men can pi vo to any enactment which tho
highest Judicial authority pronounce
..nonntiliiitlnnal tho forco of law. Wo
see then that thcro nro two great princi
ples underlying tho authority nnd enforce
ment of all laws-necessity and Judicial
In Mnmlnlng this new temperance law,
thwo two qualification will bo our guide;
but It cannot be espec!' uanwit. ... w u
limits of n newspaper article, wo snotliu
furnlh an argument which would cover
all tho points embraced in the net under
rovlew larger space- nnd more timo would
be rr-iiirod tddo full jnstlco to tho sub
ThU law Is entitled "An net to pro
vide ngalnst tho evils rouiltlng from tho
saloof Intoxicating liquors in trie unto 01
Illinois," and contains ten sections.
The Urst section provides for licensing
groceries to sell In any quantity or to give
away liquors, under a bond, in the penal
sum of three thousand dollar, with the
conditions, that all damages which may
bo intlicted in person, property or means of
support, by the selling or giving nw:iy
Intoxicating liquors, may be recovered lor
the uso of any person or persons who may
be Injured by means of the selling of In
toxicating liquors by the person or
agent so obtaining tho license. To this
section wo seo no particular objection, as
It only confirms, by statute, n principle
which has ever obtained under the com
mon law, that every man Is responsible for
the consiquences of his nets.
Section second prohibits tho sale to min
ors or to persons in the habit of getting
intoxicated. Perhaps theio may arise
some difficulty In interpreting tho latter
clatuo of this section, ns tho legislnturo
make no cJMIncllon between n habit
which is confirmed nnd one which is Inter
mittentat least it is open to legal inter
pretation. Section third provides that all places
where liquor is sold without a license arc
common nuisances and shall be shut up,
but not until nfter the conviction of tho
Section four makes every person who
sells enough liquor to produce intoxication
liable to pay any one who takes caro of
such intoxicated party two dollars a day
for every day ho is drunk,besides a reason
able compensation. Our objection to this
section is that it is uncertain and indefinite
and for this very caus? will bo produc
tive of endless litigation nnd expense.
Section five providos that cvory husband
and wife, child, paront, guardian, employ
er or other person who shall bo Injured
in person, property or means of support
by any intoxicated person, or in conse
quence of intoxication, shall have n right
of action against tho party selling as well
ns the party owning or renting the build
ing where the liquor is sold, giving a mar
ried woman tho tamo right to sue as a
feme sole, nnd to control the amount recov
ered ; making such sales or gifts of liquor
to wcrk a forfeittiro of all the rights of
lessee or tenant under any contract
of lease for rent upon such
premises. Under this section it will be
observed, rights aro conferred In dorogn
tlon of n decision of our supreme court,
which has declared, that, under what U
iisuullv termed the "woman's act,'' tho
husband of n feme covert must join in ttio
act Of tho wife, and it. tircsttuu tm In-nl
anomalv of ono taUinc advanln-'o of hi I
own wrong, while ho at tho samo timo
reaps a benefit from tho wrongful act of
another. It dues more than this, it makes
what our cotnti have repeatedly declared
is a common fund, n prlvato property,
whilo It strikes at the root of all law recog
nizing tho inviolnbility of contracts, by
holding out n premium to violate a sol
Tho sixth section fixes tho penalties for
the violation of tho firt, second and third
sections, which nro lino nnd imprison
ment, twenty dollars being tho minimum
and ono hundred tho maximum ol the
lines, and ten to tlfty days tho limit of Im
prisonment, with an Abatement of tho
placo where tho liquor was sold, ns u nui
sance, until a bond in ono thousand dol
lars is givun to keep n house under tho
law. Section eight makes tho real and
personal property of kecpors of groceries,
etc., as well ns owners thereof, ll-iblo for
all fines and penalties imposed under the
fifth section, nnd especially tho property
in which tho liquor is sold ; but, if tho
property should belong to n minor, idiot
or insano person, then tho proporty of the
guardimi of Mich persons ehall bo held
Without waiting many words on this
section, It will only bo neces'ary toobservo
that it at onc brings up n very grave con
Hltutlonul quctlon and upon which, in our
opinion, thuwnulo act rests. It is, whether
thorn Itu limit to the Ifglslatlvo functions
ol ii state, and where that limit U. If the
legislature can. by such a law, make ono
party liablu fur tho act of another, who Is
neither partner nor iit-unt, or In nnr wuv
implicated or concerned, tho courts o'"
last resort must decide.
Tho ninth section W contradictory of
Itself, In ns much as it declares thut Justices
" thn neaco nhall not hnvo lUrl..Hni..n ..
f'llnei nrul nnniillu.a i.i.U!n. ..r
.... . ..v.. .....iii uui, ui uit!
um.Mi fifth sections, nnd in tho con
eluding , lf u vl,los tmt t, h u
havoJ.iri.iW ' ....
under the.e "r,s,nS
fci-ts tumii power to 8u, . ,
and sale, real estate, a ptutT "
sanctioned by our law. and U,8r.l U"'
lerrcd by our constitution, or as""0?;
nr.tinfl.. .... t .11..... 'mould
v., j m, miixi conttuventbn,
ti- i .i
Muiimiiimn cursorily reviewud the1
provisions of this net and pointed out
somo of its doiecU, which mint nnd will
bo subjected to tho scrutiny and rcvUlou of
tho supremo court. For oursclf, wo enter
tain llttlo doubt what that revision will
B It It rumored that the Princess
Teck is about to separato from hnr hiu
bnnd, in consequence of his alleged uufaith.
fulncis If this bo truo sho will ho in
troducing u novelty Into court circles. It .
would scum ns though tho average prince
ly husband consider hitmoir abovo tho
ordinary restraints of mnrriago, and acted
upon thentsumptlon that n royal birth ox
omptcd princes from tho action of the
sovonth commandment. Certainly thoro
would bo a lino lmrvt of divorce cnsc
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN , TUESDAY,
trore tho empresses, queens nnd princesses
of jjurupu io '" , i' '
marital Improprieties of their husbands,
Tho domestic troubles i f the Prince.- Ti ck j
will bo iircallv rcarclti'J in l-.n-.rl.md
where slio has nl way Won personally p-pu-lar.
As the Princess Mary of Cambridge,
sho remained single for n long period, In i
falluro to secure an eligible husband being
generally Imputo-l to the fact that though
sho was undoubtedly good nnd sensible,
thcro was rather too much of her her
weight being something appalling. Tho
German princeling who finally married
her has never been liked by the Kngllsh
people, and will now be more unpopular
Gf.o!.ooical Por.Tnv. The " third geo
logical period of tho world's growth Is
thus poetically described ;
" And slowly ihwnlwc from the Iit,
A i-J'.d nry tit Ulght cai n rillM gleam
liter v'porom llomln, cil ilaye ntnl niiuit.
AUmnlediys, nil moonie tiailessiilfilita
Knr re Jontnejred towr-l the western iienvens;
t'nt-rok-n ilrcu t-.tal thf eiernil tires
llrske t"Mh nnew, emitting sulphurous htftl.
An-I then at Go I'e cuntnaud a wl-le xpunso
Serer'U thn ua'ere of n s horiles- floods i
For lo, III- hiirninit iiVierrnriean fire
Thrnt from hemwrastconlln-nts ofUnd
IthiUc'ier Imlloan )nirg hititlxt
Cai-aei-us, into which the tronMcd tides
l'our"d with impetuous rage, and f ettlntr, broke,
Itsturn ns t!i their ce.ieies fl.t, Kad How,
Oa many wdy beach and ehlnRl)' shore.
HISTORY MY '.THE SALINE
A RATHER LARGE FUSS ABOUT
A VJJKY SMALL MATTER.
Tho following history of the "Mcrritt
Resolution," wo copy from the Saline
County Ilegisler, tho editor of which, Mr.
Pickett, has long advocated "a plank" of
similar import, nnd went 'o the late dem
ocratic stale convention with such n plank
In his pocket :
The history of the "Mcrritt resolution"
is about as follows : Going to tho last
tUte convention, tho delegates from the
13th congressional district talked up the
matter of a free trade find direct tnxatlon
resolution, nnd when they appointed a
member for tho committno on resolutions
tho writer hereof wrote out one and it was
taken to the committee. "When tho tem
porary organization of tho convention was
effected, however. Mr. Mcrritt endeavor
ed to offer ii resolution of similar import.
It was not received, but in consideration of
his occupying a lending position in tho
party, our 'delegates decided to let him lead
the light if the committee on resolutions
ignored tho subject in their report. They
did ignoro It, Mr. Mcrritt offered his re
solution, it was amended on motion of Mr.
Ohcrly of Alexander county, nnd finally
adopted. The writer of this nrticlo endue
vored to induce Mr. Mcrritt to nccept an
amendment favorinc tho amending of the
constitution of the United States so that
direct tuxes shall bo apportioned accord
ing to wealth instead ol according to po
pulation as now, (without which taxation
with a view to relieving the people of the
west from paying more than their duo
proportion of "national taxes would bo a
farce) but he refused, nnd the resolution
was adopted bv n vote of a lnrce majority
of tho convention.
The resolution was n very bungling itf
fulr, as passed, anyhow, nnd was adopted
in the shape it was'by the convention, only
because its discu'-ion had consumed "a
great length of time, and the delegutcs
thoucht the people would bo wUo enough
to seo thut tho diitiocraiio party hud riot
declared in favor of illrcct lnxo, i l.o
portionod, among the sv.ites ucuording to
AN AMERICAN PRINCESS.
TIIK UUKE ALEXIS AT M I LWA I' K E K,
The following description, from tho
.Milwaukee Sentinel, of Miss Sarah Doo-
littlo is evidently written by n wnrm ad
mirer of the beantilnl daughter of n good
Out of thogluronnd heat and we.-irinc.-s
of tho grcut bull given by Milwaukee
to tho Uuko Alexis, I brought u picturo
for my shudow gallery. The trnsliirJit and
rouo and pearl powder and hot-house
perfume thut surrounded it, have all fnllon
away, just m tho dark calyx thut hides tho
beauty and frngrunco of tho rosebud,
shrivel into nothingness under tho un
folded peutls, and left mo a flowor us
sweet and simple as ever bloomed in tho
hummer wild wood.
1 hull grown weary of tho crowd nnd tho
light and tho trains, tho Inco nnd tho
diamond glare; weary of tliu weariness
about me, when a voice, as glud us that of
u child in tin- mrprlse of u new delight,
said, " Look ! there is tho fuce of Evnngo
lino. " I waitid u moment buloro look
ing, to watch tho eager eyes and jov-flush-ed
cheeks of tho enthusiast whospokoto
mo, u rid also to think : " It U not true,
what they say of tho envy anil jf-ulousy of
women toward ono another. There is ono
beautiful girl in n ball-room, gladder bo
cuusufthi! beauty of unothcr, thnn nt
anything sho has seen beforo to
night." Then I turned nnd saw, not the
Evungolinoof tla-so pictures which every
ono know-, in whoso fuco is ns much colli-ni!-
n sadness ; more angel than woman ;
hut u lircuthing Evangel, wurm nnd hit
man. With no jewels nbotit her person,
no tropic bloom, t-hu stood n swt-ut girl
(jiiocn, crowned with rovul simplicity.
Her father, n mini of wlioin'much Imi ),n,,n
said, both rnoil nnil hud. both tliio finfl
in, uoiii goou anii nuu, bom true and
le, witn a just rirido in his voice, pro
ntud her us timply and elegantly as bo
tnu both: ".My daughter rJunili."
.i moment uiior tiicv moved away
with the daiiCnrs " "Sarah !" Tho
signiflcmco of th namo "n princess,"
well hecumo lur, nnd tho glory of it was
that perliups in that room not another
Surah could bj found. The royal, old
name has been well i.Jjh discarded for thy
sickening diminutive, which nro ns weak,
o, 1 will my it, us tho girls who bear
them. It was so good to hear, amid all
that glitter nnd parade, where ono looked
only for tho Iu's, thut strong, homely I
uso honioly in its truu sense, homelike
unine. It became iu owner, and 1 am
glud that sho is Surah, even than Evan
gullno. i walchod Her duiiclng, Tho regal
not lull, but lull of thuUtutuly
bight and dignity; tho
i ."."" lliulilrn- tlm olii.nlfn , Mm !,
luHrous with I,.,, ii,
mouth thut .m,ft,U,?oi:
tnouglit tfio eyus
once, uud tho large
most moutlii could
mora meaning than
Mi'uik. llnw tinrfnnt
tuo was i And
In tlutrobo of
o?.. 1 ,'.KV0 her hero,
SKVev l.l.... ... 1
ornament but Uio simple '.J11' i "
ubonl bur n.rnni .... il ''londu luco
white bloom in 'ho iincotl pr?y of
hair She did not dance with1 0 &n
and I am glad of t. (Ji,(l bec.uuo I tenr
for my.picturo. Iud 1 seen tlmtpC.
head forget Its pridn for a moment, v '
--..v.. ...v. w w.iuu imui ituill to UI1V
other houi-bt man ; hud 1 seen tho bcautv
and regal gruco of her manner givo place
to servilo Htl'ectutlon, uud tho digi'iiled
self respect change to the fm.
per of llattored vanity, my ple.
turo would have been spoiled.
Nothing, tnen, would hnvo come from the
great crowd tom shadow wnll. I do not
believe sho would hnvo dono 10. ovon hail
'ho stood by tho aido of n monarch's son. I
believe she would have walked ns proudly,
ind lifted her eyes as serenely to tho face
of ii duko ns ovcry American -woman, who
Honored nun witn nor presence Hint night,
has u right to do. Still, I nm fearful for
my picturo, nnd so, glnd sho was not
tempted. Somo of our most beautiful
faiths nro thoso wo fear for most, nnd mot
drc ul to have tested.
Mamon V. CituncHiLL.
4 O.IIMINMOIV AMD FOHWAHII.J.
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GROCER and CONFECTION
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JANUARY 23, 1872.
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I N DF.l'KN h ENT, IIOSTON,
SAFFORD, MORRIS it CANDEE,
71 Olilo I.ovro,
City .National Dank, CAIRO, ILL.
EIRE AND MARINE
NIAQARA, N, Y
AsHdtn f 1,430,210 2d
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
AnxeU 1W8,721 78
HANOVER, N. Y.
Aanot W,Wi 00
REI'URLIC, N. Y.,
Aaaela 711,925 CK.
ComprnInK the Underwriters' Agency.
YONKKR8, N. Y.,
Aot 878,161 U
AL1IAN V CITY,
Ataets 463,103 53
FIREMEN'S FUND. I. v..
ABiein ,,.a7,ooo oo
SECURITY. N. Y uiniKK.
ABets 1.132,69 00
STORE, Pwcllinaa, Furniture, JIulli and Car.
linen. InKiiriul ui rates ua favoiablu a aound.
permanent aecurlty wlH warrant.
1 reanectlully auk oi thn cltizona of Cairo, a
ahare ol their patronage.
WINF-S AND l,im
ii'ccrstoK roiat a atocarLtTii
Itrcllfvrr ntnl Wholranle Denier In
I'ort'lKii nnd linii'.llc
WINES AND LTQUORS.
No. C'J Ohio Lf.vkk,
ITKkeetmon hand constantly a full stock o
IXOId Kenttickr llotirbon, Hie and .Mononaa.
hela Whlsklee, French llrndles, Holland (tin,
Rhine and i;alllornH wines. iuijvu
WM. II. SCHUTTER,
liiitorter runl WIidImbIc Orisler In
TOBACCO & CIGrABS.
Axent for the lst brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Aim oT IHlTrreaU Ulnda.
75 Ohio Levee,
tl CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
1IOOTN AND NIIOIIM.
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER,
lletwren Washington atenue ami Poplar
lloola and Sane. Made lo Order.
Fin Workmen F.raployed.
CITY SHOK STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
on aoisct roa
ROOTS AND SHOES
Commrrrlnl Avenue, Corner of ElgblB
ARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OR
DERS FOR H001-SKIRT8 AND SHOES.
COAL! COAL! COAL t
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Commercial-ay., Foot of Eleventh-st.
All Coal carefully weighed at the yard tn Fair
FULL WKIOHT WARRANTED.
Coal deliTcred on the ahortent notice In any
part ol the cl.y, either by the half ton, Un or car
I.eare order at the office on Commerclal-ar. a
he foot of Klerenlh street. noTltd-8m.
P. L. IIUYETT, &, SON,
Importers, Manufaoturera and Jobbers ot
ItrnaN and Uerman Silver
BAND INSTR UMENTS,
No. '20 S. Third Stuxet,
ST. I.OUI8, MO.
II. T. OEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
oaa Filter'Band Mumber'a material. Woo
pumpa, ube and ang.o ralT, atop
cockB, check vaTu-s, etc
also agent roa
TtilU Ilrolliern Pntent Drjr Cl Meier
And Mnrehounc, Wi ll A Co'i Au'tomatio Watei
Indicator and Supply Valve for steam bollera.
WINTER'B IILOCK, COMMERCIAL-AVKNUE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEIILER & BROTHER
Haro reopened the
I'OPUI.Alt MEAT MAltUtfx,
UtUvifu MulU and Tenth Klreela,
and will keep constantly on hand the beitmeata
(lauj(htered in the Culro market. They defy coin,
petition. Give them a trial. aeptJltr;