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the caIro daily (iulIiEtin, Saturday, march 23, 1872.
CAIRO UlTY BOOK LJNDERY
JOBS II. OBKRI.Y :o..
Bulletin Building, corner of V2it
street and Washington avenue,
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JOHN II OUBIlf.T, EdlloranJ PuWInr.
HATCaDA'f'MoHNtXO, MARCH 23 IH72.
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TUB DOLLAR WXXKLT BULLETIN.
John It. Oherlr 1 Co. nave reduced the tub
tcriptioo prii- of lha Weekly Cairo Bulletin to
Ont Ihyjar peranum. muling ti IB. eBptip
rpubllihd id Southern lllinolt.
Thk senate, on the 19th, passed
a bill vesting railroad train and steam
boat officers with sheriff" s power in
cases of larceny, confidence games, c.
Svusr.n, it is mid, in preparing a
speech in which he ititonds to work up
the sins of the Administration thorough
ly. This is a big undertaking, oven
Dn. Goshok.v, the defaulting post
master of Dycrsburg, Tonueesce, is the
making ot a big radical office-hblde
some day. To bo aura, three thousand,
fire hundred .dollnr.i is a small steal
for a radical, but Goshorn shonldn't
be blamed. Ho made the best of his
opportanitics. With half a chance
he would make it three millions.
We have received the first two issues
ot the 'Weekly Commercial' published
at St. Joseph, Missouri, by Charles C.
Scott, formerly a resident of Cairo, and
one of the editors of the 'Daily Demo
crat.' The 'Commercial' is a hand
some, eight page newspaper, full of
interesting home and general news. In
politics it is democratic. We wish Mr.
Scott abundant success.
The number of" accidental " nhootr
ings lately is alarming, and a 'singular
feature of these " accidents" in that the
Tictim is generally the wife of the peri
son who handles fire-arms in so bung
ling a manner. Another singular
feature is that the husbnnd, instead of
shooting in a moment of " UBOporaiy
insanity" becomes a flavin man
iac" temporarily immediately there
after, The democrats of Hartford Conn.,
held their first meeting on Tuesday
evening, and wero addressed by ex
senator Doolittlo of Wisconsin. Four
years ago, during the campaign which
resulted in the first election of Gov.
English, benator Doolittle stumped
Connecticut, and to him was attributeJ
the success of the democracy in the
The Peoria 'Democrat' saynthat one
day this week, a citizen of that place
was visited by a very pld man, one
hundred and three years old, calling
himself James Rutlcdge, and (Jlaiming
to be a Von of the Itutledgo who signed
the declaration of independence.
The old man is destituto of family,
friends and the necessaries of life and
is an aimless wanderer in the land. He
was sent to the asylum for the poor.
O.v Wednesday, the United 8tates
Senate passed the Chicago relief bill
which provides that all gratuitous con
tnbutions for the relief of sufferer by
the Cre, sent from places outside of the
Uted States, shall be admittod free of
m7eL!W.lWethaU bePid on
,mt'ort and used in
arm. jraportcd and used within
one year from the na. . "
j ai . .. r b Ul bill ;
anil hnf ntt to... -A- i - '" I
" ",,wn ccrued or
were assessed in the first collection A.
trict of the state, against persons
suffered anymaterial loss bvtho fire ar.
.suspended, provided the suspension is
not continued after the closo of the
next regular session of congress. The
bill met with much opposition in the
senate, and finally pa8Sed by a vote of
twentyto jeveuteeu, in jho absence of
not a jew senators,
Dana, of the New York 'Sun,' who
charge, in hlsjrpa?er 'that ItoUeso,,,
secretary of the navy, has been guilty
of stupendous robberies and fraud.
gainst the government,' li'to appear
rv,v,D. u,e committee appointed to
invcsg.tetUe charges. In J.to i-sue
Of the 'Sun' Mr. Dana say,; "
full and Indisputable evw.'i ul t0 t,,em
th. frauds and robb.rhu .whlVTha"!
charced M. K ibcttin, and rwptln(f neither storkfe; for nor gaigil,Ornt,
otla-r ui.'Hctlont ul tlio tiu uMiur., AJtba be may still bo lnlde hli party.'1 This
very li.iK)riHnt questlon'-lt Iwf t he , ,t.- yt j ffi) Dfc 'gUBrtV xin
ssrtii :M;:,ir,fr:ud:,0n;:;tt: m..
,.,,,)H.iirtndwhliiioffl!-'iUll.lnyi ind isantly xi.rt by Sini JBowl, ot
Wo iivo b rjJy ii.ui.tioijui liio fact th-t I Springdeld 'Republican,'1 lately boiom
une iinrir wiin" .... ...
died, nd that nolher h been itruek
with pralyl irom the Urrer eeuted by
our uitwiure, and wo are nlo InlormoU
Hint ilnco wi- b'n todlscun the queiUon,
ltobc.on hituulf hai been very bmy
tamperlnj; with the mordi, of hit
department, and Withdrawing MMr t torn
the file o at to remote and bide the evi
i.nco nf bit cullt. Moroover, bit confed
..ftft baro millions of money at their
command, and will use It freely to corrupt
and buy off witnesses, .o as .to protect
thcmielvct against jutuce. Their frauds,
however, are so numerous and so elarlnir,
and ench of them Is known to such a num
ber of responsible persont, whoso testimo
ny enn te curroooraiea oy aocumeniary
. i t.i i . i ti i -
niiu iaruio uviuuiico uojruuu iouwsuii
reach to bribe or ruitlfy, that notwith
standing the great oddi fn his fiiVSr we are
confident that ho cannot escspa the pun
ishmunt be merits."
" A l'lioriTET is not without honor,
save in his own country." The truth
of this, scripture as it is, has never been
brought home to us quite so forcibly
as when we read iu tho last issue of
the Pulaski 'Patriot,' tho interesting
history of tho editor of the 'Sun,'
which wo give to our readars in anoth
er column. But what does all this
mean ? Does it mean that the 'Patriot'
wants Davis to follow the approved
custom of newspaper men and ro
ciprocato by devoting a column or two'
of the 'Sun to giving an authentic
history of tho editor of tho 'Patriot'
whero he was born where ho has
lived" from his youth up" how ho
forsook tho surgeon's knife with which
he used to "wouud to heal," for tho
editorial pen whose sarcasm is so
merciless that no soothing plaster of
Mattery can heal or cure its wounds
and lastly how eminently fit hr. is to
become the radical candidate for con
gress from this district ? Alas, we fear
so. " We aro all human " as "honest
Tom Murphy" said when he was forc
ed to acknowledge as witness in the
New York custom house investigation
that he had used certain funds to elec
tioneer against Horace Greelor. We
are tolerably certain that the editor of
the " Patriot, though he may be as
good a surgeon as is to ba .found in all
this section, of country witness his
operation for "strangulated hernia, ".bv.
candle light, published in a former
aumbeV of tHo 'Patriot' and" a better
editor than sdrcebn. is hot above .1
longing desire to see his name. mesV;:
tioncd as "a most eligible candidate to
represent this district in congress." In
'common gralitude, theSunMs bound
to add to its list of names, with some
well-deserved compliments, of course,
tho name of Waggoner, the editor of
COALITION AH IT IS.
Washington, March 10. When con-
gress first assembled this session tho quo
t'on of coalition wus occupying tho publi
nuna, and tho press of the country
teemed with pro s - .and con's on
the subject. I called upon a num
ber of Democratic members of congress to
earn tneir views upon this important sul'
;ntion, and they uniformly, and some
times indignantly, repudiated any such
idea. Sometime afterward, in connection
.villi these same gentlemen.! .found quite
i change had come over the spirit of the!
dream aha" thoy adTocat'eJ pkSllYe pol
icy until tho haty pollttelal atmosphere
would clear up, so that they could act un
deratandlngly, ftnd In accordance wlththl
reollng' oureonrenlibn will not It befd
until June probably. Again tbeso same
out-and-out. democralvA&sr.s time said
that the democratic organization would
act as a body, Intimating that coalition was
not improbable, but they would not act
until the reform republicans developed
tnolr opposition to the re-election of Gen
erul Grant, nnd .then the matter would
probably deaervo consideration. The
gradual chango of opinion among dem
oct-ats horo In favor of coalition from bo
ing Its opponents Is remarkable. I scarce'
ly know a tqombor of congress who is, not
ennor oponiy lor it or resigned to acbept
it as the best thing undor the circumstan
ces. The recent olectloain New Uamp
shire has conBrmed the fooling in its fa
vor, as It has alio settled Grant's re-nomi-natiorj
beyond question. Of course the
views of democratic senators and congress-
inon arojiot to controHhe.action fjhe
democratic party, .but tboir practical ex
pcrience iu th working of things. here in
tins political centra giyett them rare op
portunist oi lorming correct opinions,
anu no uouui tney will receive proper
consideration. The nomination of Judra
Duvls by tlio labor convention is regarded
here a! a singularly wiio and political
movBineni, at aepl0b,bjy s.tb ohJiper-
.u ..i ...mcu wnc- could unite the re
form republicans .na a.
m wri, a, tbe labor reformers In a solid
dy agalntt the re-election ot th. prtl0
corrupt esscutUe, which co.uJ
he head and front of the propped eo., .
tlon. Senator Sumner's name If,
quentlyused in connection with tho.. who
re forced out of the republican
organization on account 0f Tm
frauds corruptions, nd
of the prMent administration, bit
he is not of them nor wlth'th.n,. 8umn.r
a born radical and though he i. ,t d "
fri.vffitrUh',n' 0rnt "Grant's
rertonai . . .
todlctat, who shall UilT.. . Pern,,lled
ade.phla or ItZT
With hi. shoulder to th ZLTu
a union of all Wie .lemenit-onnL ?'.' f
. . V.,13 BTII1 1, ,. V . . .
continuation of the pre'tent tyranny, try.
Ing to do his share towards rewnerailiJ
as. i s . t . 9
tu governmeni, out in a nt of the nulki
permitting things to tako their course,
friend of Scbyler Colfaa and now out
ugatmt Grant, who said "everything and
anything U possible n the political hlitoi'y'
of the next ninety days." The sum of my
xpuriencu Is that If the reform republi
cans nominate Judge Davis at Cincinnati
tbe probabilities are, judging by my sur
roundings here, that k will be endorsed
by tbe d.mocralle convention and Gen
Grant's defeat be thus' assured. Whether
any other nominee could receive the
endorsement of our conreatibit is doubtful,
Tom Murphy was before the senate
Inveittgation committee yesterday and
tried to avoid giving direct answers to the
questions akd him by Senator Bayard
and proved himself to be a mean, small
political trickster and only worthy of such
fellowship as that of his master Grant.
When he acknowledged that he was
eutlrely ignorant of tbe laws which gov
rnsd his roost, responsible office and
depended on his subordinates to carry on
tbe business, he didn't blush or scsm to be
annoyed at being forced to make an
adiftiislon which reflected as much on tbe
president as himself. Senator Bayard
robuktd Murphy for bis tricky, evasive
answers,' but I gusss It was thrown away,
as nothing lets than a kick could touch
ftlsTcnlbllHles, fjf of such stuff is Grunt's
dear friend Murphy made.
The Southern Improvement company
having made a combination with tho New
York Central, Now York & Krle and
Pennsylvania Central railroad companies
foratcrm ofnve years, will control all tho
transportation of oil at advanced rates.
The oil producers are up lr. arms and their
committee will be hoard by the house
committee on .commerce. The pooplo iu
the oil regions claim that If tioy are not
protected from the monopolists they will
cast 30,000 votes against the administra
tion they being orgatilzed as a secret
political society In order to protect them
selves. If the oil h en of Pennsylvania
go back on Ulysses he. will be short of vote
when the counting Is done.
THE LATEST NaWS-
The yellow fever is raging among
ibe shipping at Parahyba. There were
Tho California legislature has refused
to pus a bill abolishing corporal punish
ment in the schools.
Through trains from Beardstowa to
Bhawneetown. will be put. .on the Spring
field and southeastern railroad on Men-
day, the 25th inst.
Spotted fever is prevallinr to an al
arming extent in Logansport. There has
been an average number of eight deaths
per day during the last four weeks.
Among tbe persons ejected from the
galleries of the British house of commons,
on Thursday night, when Lord George
Hamilton cauea attention to tbe demon
strations of visitors there, was Minlstor
The Ohio Palls car works, at Jeffer
sonvllle, Ind., war destroyed by firo on
Thursday afternoon. The loss will reach
$500,000 j luturance about $300,000,
mostly in northern companies. 700 men
are thrown out of employment, nearly al
ot wnom lostthuir tools,
The photographers of St. Louis are
making extensive preparations for a na
tional photographers' convention, to be
bold early in May. Committees have
been appointed to raise funds, to entertain
tbe delegatos, procure decorations for the
hall, and arrange for an exhibition of
pictures, which will be usually attract
A German named Gso.8chwabb.aeed
about 65, entered a saloon at Louisville on
Tuesday, and sat down in a chair. A
few mintucs after, the keeper, supposing
ue nan fallen asleep, went to wake
him. up and found him dead. Ha had
uuen loriomp ume aestuuto ana wander
ing about, and death resulted from old age
ana want cf rood.
In tbe prayer of Chaplin Cudwortb
at tbe openinK of the session of the
sachusstts houso on Tuesday afternoon, ha
expressed the fervent hope that tne mem
bers would act favorably toward the ques
tion of woman suffrage At the close of
the prayer, Mr, Kimball, of Boston, ralsod
a point of order that under the rules no
person, not a member, could discuss mat
ters pending before the house. - Tbe
speaker sustained the point,
HE IS THE
HAIL TO. .THE CHIEF Wno
TRIUMPH ADVANCES I
Prom the PuUtai Fatriet,
Th Cairo tjun,' has. presented the names
of some fifteen oMwenty persons in this
cdrgresfslonat district for that dlstin
guUbe4,honor,. many of whom, are really
flrsVcIass men. and would r.flect linnnr nM
the. district and theraselv.s If-eUoUd ;
many of thm VaV no asplrattoas and
woum not lei sueir names go berore i
nominating convention under any clrcura
But as broth.r'Davis has hot compl.ted
the list by one, and being a man noted for
nu moaesty, we propose to commence
where he left .off and to.complete the roll,
torthii I too important a matter to the
people to say nothing about individuals,
to let .venon. escape unnoticed., Our
char ly and sense of duty, is too compre
hend ve far that. Wlthmit
llmlnaries or preface w. proceed to this
discharge of a plain duty, since It has
...Ki-vu oy our cotemporary, thoutrh
we hop unlnt.nllonally .o! We rafer to
a persott no less known to tbVpubllc "nd
...... b.vuuiiiiiiiibu editor of tli.
'Sun 'himself Mr.liavlsl, now In th.
meridian of life, full of health and n..in.
1c zeal for the cause he has served so lonr
as an apostle, not nly I n 'the meridian of
in s to years, out now.in tn. senith' of
uit vioryasa writer sm ;state and state
Mr. Dau was born on the 4th day of
"Ulv, A, 1). 1B2S. At a ..r. o.il.,.
I " ""ormed, he manifested symptoms
of his coming usefulness, tils early train
Irn; was In the oaths of rectitude and "o
brirtyi evincing a more than ordinary nl
for thus moral aJornmenls of the li irt
nnd mind that b"t" l.'.-n r leading
train or Ills long u u-elm nlo.
During our late unpleasantness he was
a firm supporter of the government, pa
llvnt, full of patriotism, with a firm and
abiding faith in the triumph of t"e nrms
of hit country. Slnco tlnit tlmi hi servi
ce! have not abated In the loast. to secure
the triumph of the right over tne wrong.
And in order that nhoiild huvo grontcr
facilities formaklnghlmselfl fult,lm terved
lor a season at tbe helm of the Carbon
dale 'New Era.' Through tbe colnmns of
thatjournal.hlsjlews, wero .disseminated,
and no ons 'can hi say hhsVl 'nidch 'his
party Is Indebted to him for tfce mnj-irity
they enjoy in this congrmiur.al diatrlct.
lint his services did not und with the edl
tional management of tho 'New K'h,' on
tho contrary thoy had only then beguri.
Un leaving tho columns of that papor, his
ferttlo mind concolvoj tho idea of starting
an organ on what scemod to bo mission
ary grounds In tho city of Cairo, a city
that never felt the salutary In
fluence of republican teachings.
Tho resolve with lilin was
the doed. The 'Egyptian Sun,' was estab
lished, the rays of (which illuminated the
dark recessos, not only of Cairo, but tbe
whole southern half of the State. But, It
Is In the city of Cairo that the intluenco of
his paper has been the molt felt, nnd the
result most observable. Before tho days
of Davis and his organ, such men as John
II. Oberlv of the Bulletin served as
mayor el thai city, with hosts of other of
the same school und corrupt morals.
Mark the chango with tho rising of the
'Sun.' a Republican was installed mayor,
in th parson ot Mr. Lantdcn, who hat
been re-elected, the Democracy not
deigning to bring out a man of their
party against him, but sought his defeat
with another Republican nnd signally
failed, and yot the irood work irof s un. As
wo said, Mr. Davis seems to be a child of
nature nurtured tar this placo. Not only
the day of his birth, which of Itself is
sufficient, but his wholo career points to
him as the clioson stundard bearer for the
coming campaign In thin Congroiiional
district at the eniuinir election.
OMtlstsS Kssreis SL. IMS.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
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A. i. SaProKD, rreaidsat;
S. . TATLOR, Vtet-Hretidcat;
W. MT8LOP, Hter.tarr and Treasurer.
r. W. Butt,
K. M. HtoctrtiTM.
W. V. HllLIDIT,
R. II. Ciiii.asa,
J. M. Paiuara,
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I MTfStlST al4 a tl.-MilU at th. ttU l us
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clviax thasa eemaeaad latenst.
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0a .T.fjr kosinus day rom t a.as. t 8 p.m.
aaa Hatardav Tenin lor B A VI. NO DEPOSIT
oolj, Ir.at to s o'clock.
utl W. HTSLOP, Traturr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
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laisertt Allowed in TIaag Depoalta.
CARL L. THOMAS,
a.w propai. to r.tp.ad pramplly lo all U
ataada f.r kit a.rvioat.
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St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cm
cauo, N xw York, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Hrt"tger traloi arrire at and leaT. Cairo a. fol.
aivt 3115 a.m ItOO p.m
ltiiT StUOn.m .aiS5,m.
Ilutli trami coDDCvt at Ontralla with train on th
Tana. Decatur, liloomlDiftcn, El Po, Ka Sillv
M.ndola, Prevporl, UuI-iih, lmLuque, and
all rxilnia In lllinult, Mittouri,
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.NiiKiii halli, Erie, Ilurtlo,
.New Turk, rninburs, llaltlmore.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
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,.3.34 o. in
Ar;lTt( Vlrirmla M
'-rav .iiipj,r.n'iii Ht,.'
tiaimi soma iovnii.tr.
Lena Edgewood &:30a.in 10:10 a.m
" riuru s:2A ii:io
Arrive at tihawnri-towii3:&.lp m S:1S p.m
Taiim iaa Koaniwitr.
Leave Bhawneetown AIS a.m ........J.tOp.r
flUII. " .....M.iV "
Arrlri- at Kdrewood....4:iu " 8.20 "
Th 6:31 a.m. trala from Edirwood. run onl
Mondayi, Wtdnetdayaand Pridayt, and S;t4a.m
train from 8hwnetowa on Tuetdaya, Thurt
dryt and haturdaya.
ecU al AalUind with Jpt annvllU HUI
ill Chicago and Alton I!illrocl, for J wktocvllle,
Pelertbuijr, Mim City, and all Dolntt wetU
i oprinKnriu. wim unicago and Alton, an
Toledo. Waliauh and Weitern n.iirnft,i t
llloomlOKtnn, ChlcaRo, and all point! uorth, north
writ and wen.
Al Pan with ind. ami 81. l.ul. n,l tlllnnli
Central lUilroad lor all polntt rut, toulk and
At Edirewood with Chicag. Divltion Illino
At Flora, with Ohio aid MIfiailDni nilro.
AtHhawneetovn, with ttetmboait for Clncla
nan, ruuucan,i:airoandHt. Iui.
OltLANU SMITH, Oen'ISup'l.
Jox FooaiTT.Gen'l Kr'gt and Ticket At't.
71. FALL WINTER.
C. HAN NY.
KXNTUCKT JBANB, BXTBA,
LARGE STOCK OF CARl-STINt
RUs BssUrafJtoek Row CI In; osi
TERY LOW FIGURES.1
C0BNBB 8TH ST., AND COMMXRCIAL-AV.,
i.ptnr Cnlro' ""-
OH 10 LHVBB
sj iro. it,L,iiveia.
Alto, kttp .oatUally on hand a loot I 'oiim
plete itotk of '
SCOTCH AND IBIIH WUISXIBS
-a i m a,-
Port, Mad .r la, Sherry and Catawba Wine.
RaHVTItA co. tell exclutlvely for cath.lo
. which fact they lavit th. .tpcial alien
lien of clote bargain buyeri.
8pcrtl attmtion f in it FilUnti OrtUrt
WOOD I WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
The undertigned will furnlih
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Ch.ap, a aot ClMpr
n T..-ooa. d?a,f r lo Cairo. Leave order
,.,S .'l?'" ", IhoPoitotBoeaBiatBo' oJ
liiih? c,"mnierpUI avenue, between Tenth aaa
..... """'t vairo, Illinois, i iv
"f" and will cord tho wood up irJsirn.
I OSIMIHSION AMI I OIIM UUII (..
O. I). WILLlA.Mf-ON.
CAIRO. 1 I.LINC1B,
Kiveu to coniiguinek.
11. M. MULEN,
And Dealer Foreign Fruits and Nuts
No. 134 Coinmercial-avc,
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Cxmxnt, Plastkr Paris,
PLASTERER'S II A I R,
Curai.r Els;klb SJIrt aad Okl. Crwtw
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS l-OR FAIRBANKS SCALES
Onto Levxi, CAIRO, ILLS.
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCK
Xo. 6 OUIO LKTKE.
AJSuI an, AIRO.IfX
8TRATTON & BIRD.
(Buccenor toHtratton, Iludtoi a Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Huccenon toE. B. lieodrlckt A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
1 1. , . .
Kiutrai Aavancei rrr upoi
Ar. prepared to receive, tt.ir ant onrard
rrvlght to all point and Imy acU
11 oo cornmitiioo.
aynnln tllenlefl in prompt!
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
No. 64 Ohio Levee,
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON,
(Sjneimri to Jo,B. pmlllt,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
D. Z.M ATHLTSS. S. C. UHL
MATHUSS & UHL,
HOOT AND SHOE MAJCEB,
twnW ashlsgtea aveaa Poplaraad