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JOHN 11. OIIKHLT, Editor and Pubtuner.
Wednesday AIor.yi.no, Jnn. 24 1872.
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THE COLLAR WEEKLY DULLETIN.
John It. Oberly Co. hT reduced the tab
acrlption pnee of the Weekly Cairo Bulletin to
fi TVIarper .". making It the cheapest p
perpubllihed in Southern Illinois.
Jg, In Nova Scoltrt, a four-pound can
oon ball hat been found In a solid coal led,
one hundred and ttxty feet Lclow tho sur
(tee of tbo earth.
The man who made Grant, they my, it
Dick Yatci. No wonder ho went to ruin.
Tho surprising thing is that ho did not
commit luicide lung ago.
Simon Cameron-, even old Simon
Cameron, it diiguitcd with the
corruptioni of tho New York cuitom
house. If this itn't food for reflection,
The Grand Dvke has brought down
his first buffalo, hit tomnil, hit tenth
with a c.tlf thrown in. Nbw It is in order
to bring down any smaller game that pre
The statistics of the trade and com
merce of tbi. United Mates for 181, pla
ces human hair as third on the list of im
ported goods. Wo were always under the
impression that it was at the head.
C'KSTLE PREMIER PAH QUI COUTE, Wal
illustrated in the case of two men in Iowa
tho other day. JJoth claimed to have
been married to tbo tamo woman, who
had had one child liy tho first husband,
none by tho second. The first pa took tba
Query : Hit takes four fodcral office
holders to effect tho repeal of one joint
resolution of tho legislature, what
Mon can bo fa.tnd to induce tho
same to take th lack track on
tho Palmer-Sheridan matter? N. II.
Answers, to this must not' be sought in
tho neigh bo rood of Cairo.
Fon n pieco of comforting reading, we
commend to the radicals the speech of
Gen. Mormon, in tho houso of representa
tives of our legislature tho other day. If
there was any blood Ufi in them it must
havo forced it out of their fingers' ends,
when ho told them that if they were
ashamed to endorso what Grant had done,
they had bettor " flee."
It IS OESVRALLT JicLlcrrti thut Ilvnry
Wilson of Masaehus?tts, is the only strong
candidate for the vice-presidency, against
Colfax. The labor organization of New
England will give him an undivided sup
port, but he will be bitterly opposed by
Bs.i. Bjtler. In caso he should secure the
nomination, it has not been determined
whether tbe style of the ticket will le
"Grant and Wilson " or "Grant and
Cv?ba th. Tin first form will havo the
advantage in symphony, but the latter in
Ir e can judge from the tone of our
ex:!;i!;;ts, ooiride or Missouri, tbe passive
po. cy i not take well. Pennsylvania
does not appar to b inclined to favor the
iit-stili idea; work and action are the
piss-words of her democracy, ts the
l'could b everywhere. "Waiting for
Msneitln:; to turn cd rniv b a wrr !.
- . n - -
to a man or party that has not brains
or principle enough to keen from SDoiiiri:
but it Is a poor doctrine to set up as tbe
guiis of a party, which, lik tbo demo
cratic, resit bo aggressive or periih.
Sats New York Timo, Grant or
gts, 'if you S3gg; that it U wrong to call
the president a corrupt rnin. sines there
is co tvider.ee whatever to support lb
Charge, joti are instantly denounced as a
friend of corrupt on yourself, and asked
bow moth the president his paid you to
support him. ' Th'.s is bad fr Grant, and
the country too. AVhen a man's repula
t -n is so Ud, tbit to be his friend is con
'1 red Una fvlt eridenc of dishon-
ty,ttrt interests of public virtue would be
srve4 if be wera provided with another
.: "-r. kki.-.oiield
iu mere is grt w,tnmot..m n ts,c
auiwai rnimii, nu discrepancy Ot 0jAtWl,
hs to what rourte is proper, in view of tV
pnibable paMtgf of the majority report of
tho committte on tbo Palmer Shoridun
imbroglio. Tho radicals aro convinced
that u vital principle of constitutional
right wa violated by the introduction of
troops Into Chicago, but they dare not say
so, for fear of striking n blow at their
master at "Washltmton. Tho point with
tfyern is, how can thoy manage to bo con
intent and at the samo timo keep within
tho ndical traces? We confess our Ina.
bilitj to help them out of their dilemma.
Tut Now York Timu, Grant's special
organ'n Now York city says it does not
much patter if tho disaffected republicans
do not oturn to their allegiance before tho
presldiitia) olootlon, because tho Orant
party tways havo tho "pooplo"to fall
back Ujin.'' Tho "people ' in this con
noction,Wans tho army of office-holders
which Uint has at his bnck, which with
the inUiiry power that ho will doubt
lost vsiijilmsolf of, will go far toward
ra-elecV'nj him. The democratic arty
and tho'fgo ntimber of republicans, who,
wbatefd opinions they may hold ten
mbothVIoco, and tiro bitterly opposod to
Mranvi rijoar;p, po no part or tbo
pcDlo, isho cnlctilaHons of thv prcsldcu-
9. Quoillons asked In New York : Jg
plgoon-shootlng cruel ? To what denomi
nation dors Mr. llcpwortti belong this
morning? Who lies tho largest share in
tho genera' nnbr litilnc IhN sMo of
Washington ? 1 .tosophlno frightend
Is Stokes happy ? Mow many people wero
killed on Sut.d iv Is imy one likely to
bn Imnrcd soon 7 Where Is Hr Greeley ?
llnw mnnv thieves are In Iho reformed
UI.ini.. l Albany? Is John Coch-
ratio, acting mayor, sorry ho told tho peo
ple f Klclimond, Va,ho was ready to fol
low them into robollion ? Has tho Times
ceased crying for tho loss of tha thirteen
thousand dollars it didn't get out of tho
city treasury ? Is tho great metropolis
more moral now than It was n yr-ar ago
WHAT TOBACCO S USED.
There is ncod for tho rcsusclt
atlon of old king Jamos ; his blast
aealnst tobacco falls harmless upon the
proclivities of tho sovereign people of
theso United States. From an otiiciui es
tlmate prepared at tho Intern.tl revenue
bureau, it appears that there are, in tno
United States, 7,711,19- consumers of tho
weed. In otbor words, ono oat of every
live In tho entire population of this country
chews or smokes. But it appears that in
this estimate the whole fem.lo population,
and children under fifteen, nrc stricken
out as they aro regarded as non-consumers,
and that It cmbracosonly tobacco and
cigars as being used. Tho amount cotiium
cd of manufactured tobacco, was 03,009,
000 pounds, or two pounds to each person ;
calculating only the actual consumers,
each ono will havo chewed or smoked
twelve pounds of tobacco (luring tho past
THE TRUTH AT LAST.
From Washington it is announced that
representative Bock of Kentucky, aided
by senators Bayard and Blair, is prepar
ing a report to congress in relation to tho
carpet-bag governments, which have been
foisted upon the southern states since tbo
war. It wlU bo shown that theso pre
cious rascals havo plundered their respec
tive states of over two hundred millions
of dollars, if not moro. It is timo that tho
truth in regard to theso matters was laid
before tbo world. Wo do not bclievo that
in tho wholo history of governments, since
civilization and enlightened rule becomo
tho recognized influences, that greater
frauds and more consummate villainy have
ever been seen, than havo marked tho rad
ical carpet-bag govornment of the south.
Unblushing plunder and open spoliation,
backed up by tbo most atrocious
legislation nnd favoritism have Icon the
rule, and in no caso that wo arc awato of,
tho exception In a single state. i a conse
quence of such acts, and deprived of any
resourco whereby they could remedy tho
evils under which they wore slowly but
surely being pressed to tho ground, a
largo portion of tho southern people have
given vent to their indignation by opposi
tion, which s&vo pretended occasion for
tho passage of tho ku-klux and similar
laws by congress. How tho radical ad
ministration, in effect, took iidvantago of
tho irioxcutnblc conduct of their own par
tisans nnd hirelings, to enact sucft i-gf.n-Hon
as still further oppressed and humili
ated n p?opl already on tbe verge of
financial ruin well known.
We ro glad that this ex
position is to be made, for it will do more
to open the eyes of tho people than all tho
protest whMi can be uttered.
A proportion is before congress tu allow
tho Japanese princes, just arrived in iliii
country, all the privileges of a West Point
education, they paying thorefor and bar
incr their own expenses. Dv this ririiepwl.
mg, that institution which tho country
r.M heretofore cherished as national, is to
be transferred intoan international school.
and our teachers of military scienco aro to
instruct foreigners howbet they ca'n fight
us. Tho idea is in keeping with every
thing flso that has characterized this ad
ministration, nnd should camo no astonish
ment whatever. When libcrulity can bo
indulged at the expense of another or
with tho public purse to back it, it is
doubtless a very agreeable and cheap form
ufgratification,nndin this caso, tbo admin
istration senators must feel great self-com
placency. Wo had always supposed, in
our ignorance, that this school .was not
only nati'innl in its fcukclion of
young men to bo educuted, but that its
instructions were to be exclusively bostow
el upon thosi who were to becomo tue
futuro leaders of our urmios, and that the
knouclcxlgo acquirod by thorn was to bo
used for th protection, not the injury of
tho nation. It appears, however, from
thi new departure thut wu wuro not only
ignorant of tho intentions of tho founder
of this academy, but we were far behind
in tho b.rieflcent intentions of the admin
v aenaior inurman nit mo. nail on Uie
in replying to the offer of Senator
-lortoa, Uiat the government should be at
""Mnv t..r tho education of tbo Jitn-
wJUid pay for even-thing:
in. .iii .i "
no taw ttnV
thr.ro wcro thousands
W.ens who would
i-o glad of tfii,
-t .1, ..!.
Uges afford I by West Voillv ,
torms-of paying for tho
would roo!vol,ni Ir wni.i v. . m 1,1 J
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- iHUUli in
-n-t-.lt .imli sl.t 1 1 1 1 ... fcvJ
tVSS Vfc SjllU UUIIJIL III IIIilT m-fll-ill.
I'citjiib mvii .i tiling. v nai will not j
permuted to our own citizens, should
not bo accorded to foreigner, however
anxious wo may bo tocultlvulo tholr good
opinion. Least of all should tho doors of
tho national military academy bo openml
to any, oxcopt thu eons of our own
I UKE A LEX IH A A7 SPOTTED TAIL.
A Now York Herald correspondent
gives u grapbto description or a grand
pow-wow of tho Sioux Indians, mado mem
orablejby being witnessed by tho imperial
sporting party. Tho grand duko, Gen.
Sheridan, nnd tho Indian thief, Spotted
Toil, wcro tho heroes of tlio occasion. A
fascinating young sqimw, Mi,s Spotted
Tall, daughter oftho chief, was the lello of
tho banquet, nnd much attention was paid
THE CAIRO DAILY
i,,i.v il.nJmlrlngpoIo faccsjof tho party
it,,, . nnnir lieutenant prcscntod her with
a set of Jew elry, probably Intended, says
tho corresponditit, for sotno f.iircr female.
(Jon. Cusla'r placed tho trinkets In Miss
Spottod Tail's cars, and paid himself for
tho trsuiblo by klsitig her. This young
fomalo somowlmt astonished nor
admirers and tho company gonerally, at
thn conclusion of tho feast, by gathering
up all tho fragment within her reach
and placing them carefully within her
blanket. A sort of council was held in
Gen. Sheridan's tent before the breaking
up of tho pow-wow. Spotted Tall and
Gen. Sheridan each mado a speech. The
Duke reclined ,on Sheridan's bed, Gen.
Custar sat on the table, Spotted Tail, with
his wife and daughter, Ml on Sheridan's
baggage, and tho others occupied the re
maining limited spaeo left within the
tent. In accordant with indlan usago
Spotted Tail first took a snuko. When he
find finished he handed his pipe to his
wtfc, and then In n dignified and deliber
ate manner, arose, nnd, through tho inter
preter, mado his speech, which had tho
merit of being brie! us well as sensible, to
Alluding first to tho interesting o:ca.
tnn iW hml briHicht them nil touether,
ho oxpreiso.1 his gratification at being en
ublcd to sco tho Grand Duko Alexis, the
representative ho understood, of a mighty
chief across tho broad and angry water.
Ho was gla-1 to havo had n hunt after tho
wild buffalo with him and with General
Sheridan, tho chief who represented tho
Great Father whom ho had met in Wash
ington. Ho was very glad to tuect nil
tho officers and gentlemen who accompa
nied tho Grand Duko and General Sheri
dan, because ho desired to preserve
ritAcc and rmnxDstttf with the white
and when they mot again ho hoped it
would bo with tno satno goou lecnii!: which
now prevailed nmong them. Ho bad
leti to Washington 'to speak with tho
grcnt father, and had promised him to bo
laitliful to his treaties and ncvor more go
on tho war path. This promio ho tiad
kept, but there were still
TWO KAVOrtS THAT HE DK4IUED TO ASK ;
that thev werosimnlc and reasonable would
appear 'to tho great chief whom ho now
adjreuca. nrt, mat tic anu nis people
bo allowed to hunt south of tho Pluttc
titi.il fl.nt,. r.i.m. r.U f tin f ib ni1?u t !ftf1
llltl. llllbl. lUII t3,, . Wife. . II..V..
could bo cultivated to produco enough
loou lor tneir support, aecnuu ne saw
when ho went to Washington, that the
wlilto man was not compelled to trado at
a single store or with ono trader, but could
go to any store, and if one trader asked
what seemed to bo too high n price, he
could go and bargain with another ; but
such was not the" caso with Spotted Tail
and his people Tho groat father had
only allowej them ono trader on their
reservation. This ho did not think was
right ; nnd in order to have some safety
against extortion he requested that at least
ono moro trader might bo permitted on
the reservation. If tho great father
would grant thca simple and reasonable
request the heart of Spotted Tail would
be mado glad, and joy would fill the
bosoms of all his grateful people.
General Sheridan in reply to tho in
terpreter, who translated tho iangutse in
to that of tho Sioux Nation :
Say to Spotted Tail that ho has mado a
very good speech to me, a much better ono.
1 think, tli t ri I can make to him ; that I
believe 1 fully comprehend the xints he
bus made, and they oro two. Firtt, ho
wants permission to hunt south of tho
I'Juttc until his farms can bo mado to pro
.Juo. .ii&um iu mjport his people ; arid
second, he wants moro traders upon their
reservation. Now, say to him tliat, wliilo
the control of the Indians does not coinu
under my department, as he weil knows,
I upprevint" the furco and justice of liK
request. S long as wo are at peace
with each other Tsee no objection to his
lir.VTINO DXTFALQ SOtTti Or THE BIVRK
S lould war at any time arise, of course
this privilege wuuld'bo withdrawn. With
refrencr to allowing liirn irmr trader', I
can only promise tl.is: I am going to see
the great father before many days, and I
shall remember thut spe-ch'and'ask him
to let Spotted Tail and hi people have
more traders. I am very glad to see him
here; I havo great ro-p.-u for him. be
cause ho has f.itthliil y fulfilled his trolly
obligations. It has alio iven rne L'reit
pleasure to havo him respond o prompt
ly to the invitation to join in tlio hunt
with tho Gr.md Duk'i Alerit, who conies
hero fmm a far dist int country, tho son
and repr .cua'.ivo of tho great, "if not the
greite-t, or chiefs In Europe. If -here
hfter, Spotted Tail should havo any request
liriko that I can grant consistently, I will
remember bis promptness "on this occasion
and do all I can for him.
MATERIAL IOR A I'.OlIA.Vl :.
Ono cold night ubout Now Ycari. a cry
of flm was raised in Mount Bethel, a little
town about seven utile from l'lainfiold
over tbo Springfield mountain, in Somer
set county, N. .1. A building over ii Lund
rud years old was in llumcs. It was oc
etipiod ly a German farmer named Hcust.
He rushed from tho burning building, sup
posing that bis family worosafu. He miss
od one of his daughters and ran back into
t'.e houso to save her. lie had caught hor
in his arms and wm making his way to
the dr when the II. or gave wav and "both
were burned to death. Slnco" thou the
ruins ot the houso havo boon removed.
The mansion wn built in tho old-fashioned
style, with huso fire-places in two i f
tlio rooms, tho,, chimneys sloping toward
.;an uiucr. mm joining ueioru reachitii
tho roof. Walled it, the civllv between
tho lire-places a human skeleton", In perfect
jiressrvation, was dis.-overed. An old flint
lock musket stood at its side, nnd two
rustj kriivi lay at iu foot. Tho musket
is of tlio old Knglish pattern. It is sup
posed that tho remains aro thoso of n Tory
soldier who met his death at tho hands of
tho colonists during tho revolution. Tho
oldest inhabitants are unable to explain
this horriblo mystery. Tho rcmuins of the
father anil daughter wcro also found in
A CURIOUS FACT,
tho Wheeling Intelligencer.)
wide and 2 ch tl.icknes,, ,
ilexiblo as a piece or soli rubber 0f . i
samo size. It was cut tor mi . ... , ' 1,10
huirlhstono in tho Moundsvillu scmlnnrv
build ing, which, It will bo remoiub" 11
was destroyed by llro about tlirto year
ago. Slnco the date of that occurrence to
within tho lubt six mouth, when it was
nrsi uikcovcruu iinu niiu aside, It was cov
ered up in the ruins; nnd now thiucstiun
arises what strange chemical action took
.iluce, or in what manner nrecUu'y thu
intense lieat to which thu slab was subject
ed without it ciilclnntion, at Iho timo of
bocn our , i:ntrU,CUrlM,,3r U V VCf
I at the oflicoof ""'."'"a0 "J'.l .'J:-
Hon, Webster street e.;. A i V
Wo refer to a slab ofeom",1," 2uliS'
crioan marble, so
BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1872.
tho burning cf Iho building, and its sub
sequent burial among tbo dobrls for tho
period above named, produced so remark
oblo a chango in the character ot tho
stone ? This mystory no ono has yet been
olio to answer and explain. Surolv if this
knowledgo wero given to mortals, there- is
no tolling tho amount of valuable nld thnt
art woutu uorivo iiicrcirom, xno samo
,limtpti1 lirrvcntf. If limlf.fttnrwl l,.l,i
Wilt... .".. .......,..UH
clvo n flexible glass, tho real valuo of
1.1-1. ........r. I, .1,1
WIJIUU I.UUIU ll.,ua
C OM. ANII tVOOII.
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HARD AND DRY WOOD
An lieni, II unl lieiiier
lhan anv iv)d dealer Id Calrw. I.eara nrdtrn
n 111" !'ihH-' at llm I'ortolllce and at llom' toal
ard, oa Ounmerelal atenne, between Tenth ami
twelfth Ktrretii, Cairo, lllinol.. 1 site good
niruuie ami will curd the wond up irdeirel.
auslii.ll DENNIS IIAI.BY.
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HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, rKATIIKKN, l.TC,
93 OHIO LEVEE.
aitOC'KRIEM AND DRY UOOUN.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AXD CAPS, ETC.,
Hat Just reeelred a heaty lot of Boots and
hhoet, Hosier and Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
lie al.o lias a nne stock of Family Orocerieiot
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S A M W I L S 0 N ,
I) a a i. a in
Ohio Levh : : : s : Caiko, III.
osDian raoarTLT hriLiro
The Illinois Central Had lload Compony now
oner for ro tho following dencrihe.1 lola la tira
A'Mltlontn the City of Cairo, vlt i
Lot a7 l,o,.u 20, Lot it block J,
' IJ " ao, " -n " ii,
' 5 " " M " m,
4 ' H. ' 31 " .'.
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11 7 buying your
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If-:. Eichhott Brothers detlro to inform the
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And hate bow on hand and toi 1e, at
Wholnuile nnd Itelnll,
All klad, and all continue to kep at their
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Winch they will Kiurantee to k
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Assets .711,925 Of
CompnslPK h Underwriters' Ateney.
YONKER6, N. Y.,
Asset "S.IM 1!
Assets Mil93 23
FIREMEN'S FUND, S. Y.,
Asset 078,000 00
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE.
Asset.. J,2,6s9 00
STORE, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls anl Car.
noes, Insured at rates us favoiablo as aound,
permanent aeuurilv will warrant.
I respectlully ask ol the clllseaa of Cairo, a
share ol their patronaje.
scrrrssoa roai.a t atnctrKTii
Itpelirjrr mill Wholesale. Denier lis
ForelK" nnd ISonsrlla
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C Ohio Lkvki:,
I J h kepp. on dand cjuslanlly full stock o
JLLOId Hentiickv llourlion, llye and Monona;
Fiela Whiskies, Frenrh llrsndlns, Holland Oin,
Ithlneancl Calltornla Wines. in3)ll
WM. II. SCH UTTER,
Importer nnd Wlmteanlr Itenler In
TOBACCO &c OIGr&T2,S.
AKent for the best brand of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Kim or ISIITcrsl UIsmU.
76 Ohio Levee,
H CAIRO. II.L1NOIB.
IlOOTW AMI NIIOKN.
I100T AND SHOE MAKER,
llelwcea Washlagtoa aenu and Poplar
Hoots and flkne Mad to Order.
Elne Werkrnen Employed.
CITY HUOiS STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
soli otxcr roa
BOOTS AND SHOES
Comiurrelnl Avenue, Corner of Kichth
PARTICULAR ATTENTION FA1D TO ALL 01
DERS FOR HOOI'SKIKTS AND SHOES.
' C0AL1 COAL! COAL I
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Connnercial-av., Foot of Eleventb-st.
All Coal rarefully welghtd t the yud n Fair
FULL WEIOHT WARRANTS D.
Coal deltrered on the shortest notice in any
prt ol th cl.y, either by the half ton, tea or car
I.o.ito order at tho office on Commercial-av. a
he foot of Klorenlli street. norlCI-Cm.
P. L. IIUYETT, 4 SON,
rinportera,Msniifacturer and Jobber of
Bras aisd Utrns Nllvcr
BAND INSTR UMENTS,
No. 25 8. Third Street
oclMJrn. NT. I.OUISi, MO.
I. & E. GrREENWALD.
Eiourond Onst Mills,
The "Tupper" Patent Gratebar
U A01IINEUY FOR GENERAL PURPOSES,
MOORE & MATHEWS,
Houso, Sign and Ornamental
Dccorntlve Pnperlinnsflns;, Kalsotulas
Pone In tho highest style ot the art, and S
rate that ildy competition. J
SHOP IN PEKRY HOUSE, CORNER Of 8TB
STREET AND CMMKRCIAI, AYKNUI.