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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1872.
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fntin IT rK.rl v .t hntn rnililPf.il the Kith
cription price of the Weekly Cairo lltillctln to
perpuoiifnea in couiucru iiiiuuh.
Gov. Palmer nmdo n .poccli nt Spriiiy
field lust wock nftcr Susan II. Anthony, in
which hodeclnrcd thnt If women over get
tho right to voto lie will treat them with
us much politeness ns he docs now. Miss
Anthony should hnvo embraced him on
Grant appears to lio ns pliable ns n
futhcr ns ho is thoughtful and generous as
a brotlicr-iti-lnw. A recent breezu in tho
republican household of Kont ucky hus
induced the telling of soino family secrets.
A letter written by Col. Hodges, editor of
the Frankfort 1 Commonwealth,' to Gon.
Uurbridgo in 180, is now published by the
latter In this U Is nsscrted that a corlntn
young man was nppointed to an ussussor
shlp through tho influence of Miss Nolllo
Grant, "tho daughter of tho honso nnd
heart" of tho present occupant of. the
white home, nltnougli his opponent wns
recommended by nil tho prominent repub
licans in tho district for tho place. Col
Hodges was n strong Grant man in 1S08,
nnd is now. Tlio letter was written when
he was feeling n littlo soro at not receiving
an appointment, having had to givo way
to n brother-in-law, not of Gin. Grnnt,
but of Secretary Jlolknnp.
A sreciAL disvatcii to tho Chicago
'Times of Suturdny say3 "one of tho
molt infernal schemes over devised to
practically disfranchise n largo portion of
the foreign born population, came to light
in the Aouso on .Friday."
It originated in tho senate, whoro thoro
are more candidates for congress cn tho
Grant ticket than districts in tho ktatc,
anu was intenueu to shut oil thu Gorman
and Irish voto that might
jiossiuij- uj in lavor ol
ttie nominees of tlio Cincinnati or somo
other convention. A registry lull was
introduced in ( tho senate, but its provi
sions did not suit tho Kaino to bo played,
so Mr. JCorr, of J'eoria, who is understood
to be the administration candidate for con
gre! in that district, moved to striko out
all utter the enacting clause and "insert
ti.e fallowing," thu said ''following' con
taining the dibfraneliising clause. Tho
eighth ii-ctiun of his precious substitute,
wnieli wi not tho only obnoxious section
m the hill, proxided that wlion n "foreign
born C1U.WH" was challenged, ha should,
beforo being allowed to vote, "produce In
evidence ol hit citizenship, his naturali
zation papers, or certified copies of
the tame, a provision which for
ono election, ut least, would practi
cally Uiilranchiso n majority of foreign
born voters, us they could not reasonably
be expected to becomo acquainted witli u
radical change in the election law, it
change making the law entirely dillbrent
from wh.it they had been use4 to, und
Placing them utterly at tho tnercv of
prtjudieed judges of election. This
tch-jrne was the product of tho fortilo nnd
cunning brum 0f Know-nothing Korr, '
and itb cxpoure Is not ut nil likely to assist
him in going to congress from his dis
trict, or his master in being re-elected
president. Tho substltuto was up in tlio
house on yesterday, ' und created much
feeling, so much, Indeed, that it is doubt
ful if the proposition could have re
ceived a inglo voto. Its author was
denounced on nil tidiS. Mr. Lee, of
leonu, pronounced his colleague a know-iiollnng-,
vurrlioni of Uo()ki U!jsurt0,j tlut
'"J"" "arrow-hearted bigot; isiiringer
wi .v, A hlm ou Khcrul principles, on
J, !; ,u" BHUlemuu (rot., Sangamon is
VwuVl'. T1, "ll,ur,weru Vrparod to
want , f lnl0 hUr" il "t "t
want of tune, the mumfe v tntention of the
house to squelch the matter, und "h" ire
f.'lU. ?u-Uo''i 'ut them oil' und lllld,
wh.rit '! i c,,,.mnUle un electtot.t.lhoutU Carolina. Warren IlustliiK' tyr
. j urn
Thu. ti. ii. I,::'". : ul r? u"ju'1,
Thus thu littlo scheinu was explodeu.
EST It is terribloto think of tho m-onies
of a woman of cultivation and refinement
when suffering under an attack of that
dread disease, kleptomania. An Instance
of heart-rending intensity look phico the
other day In llo.ton. n elegantly-dressed
woman was detected in thu vorv act of
plaglaruing a pair of silk stocking,. Sho
started, turned pale, and burst into tears,
suddenly comciuut of her guilt, and then
in tho most agonized maimer besought the
proprietor to release her, nnd offered him
n twenty-dollar notu for the stockings
The gentleman kindly reasoned wiih the
nflllcted woman, nnd then' taking thoprke
of the stockings, returned her tho changi
from the twenty-tbllar nolo. The poor
Wnmnti ttu.n ,lt.urr.i...r,il u,wl U'nc liruiril
woman then disappeared nnd was heurd ol
no more, although her bank nolo was, ns
it was proved a well-executed counterfeit.
HaTA Bun Francisco paper is put out
of benevolence by ,4 um,, f ul l8 ex
pense, nnd says i "Wu regard tho atro
clous corrcsporident m mi Infernal llend, u
fulso-tongued midnight monster, a red
handed Hssusiln, a thief, a hu-sthoolmurrn
n frmnl h pliost, nnd nn unpleasant per-
tm. o cMcom mm a poa-grocn umnun
Lf a stonmlng pit, with ft cottonwool lull,
cyt-s In 111 side, nnd n cork nock studded
with hot door-knobs. If tlier Is anything
worse than tills, wotlilnk lilm llint.
BQX.Lon.lon Is to-day H'o ''"Sl cll.v
In tlio world, fiir iiirpiMalnfrnll tlioso of nn.
liqulty. According to Gibbon, tlio popula
tion of ancient Home, In tlio nlglit of Its
magnificence, was 1,200,000 , the populn
tlon of I'eMn is suppood to bo about 2,
000,000; Hint of London Is over 3,000,000,
ono-lwolftli t.f tho populnlion of tho
CSQ-Tho Catholic temperance union In
tho United Stntcs has a membership of
20,481, nnd Is Increasing rapidly. At n
recent temperance mooting In a Catholic
church in Patterson, N. .1., oho thousand
persons took thoplcdgoof total abstlnnncc,
reciting it nloiul after the priest, and re
ceiving his benediction,
E6yNcw London, Conn., has n peripa
tetic doctor who guts about from houso to
house hawking his nostrums. He opens
tho door nnd sings out, " Anybody in hero
got tho rheumatism, coughs, colds, neu
ralgia, heart-disease, or any thing olio?"
When told "no," ho responds "glad of
It, bangs tho door nnd moves on.
B3fA kiud-hi-nrted, but illltorato livery
stable keeper, who could not bear to see
n horse Ill-treated, used to say, with per
fect sincerity, nnd ns ho believed with no
curacy, "my hostiblllty to them as ubuaos
bosses was born (into mo, nnd comes nsnat
iiral as brcathln'."
CQi.Last week, CO feet cn tho north
west corner of West Madison and Halstcd
street, Chicago, sold for tho sum
?os,uuu, or $l,3UU jior Ironl loot. A year
ngo, tho jtroperty on that corner would
not bring over $800 per front foot.
D2T Vernon Hnrcourt, (Ilhtoricus) of
tho London 'Times,' claims that Kngland
could at any timo send to boa two Meets,
each of which would bo superior to tho
united navies of Germany, Itussia nnd tho
C2?"Tlio Tichborno estate claimant, Or-
ton.Tichborne, who is now in prison await
ing trinl on i, charge or perjury, has pub
lished a card nppeallng to tho public for
subscriptions to nid him in his delenco.
C5yVhom will tho country havo for
President rather than General Grant?
New York 'Times.' Anvbodv, Lord!
C'STGencral Ladmirault, governor of
Paris, has prohibited tlio publication of tlio
1 Constitution ' newspaper.
Ds3X-Tho Greeley statuo fund nt Now
Vork now amounts to nbout SIO.OOO.
OUIt WASIIIMJT0N LETTER,
WttKhinglcn, I). C, March 28 1872.
VOOU1IKKS ARAHINMKNT OP TI1K I'.AIIK'a:
The groat speech delivered on Saturday
by Hon. Dau'l V. Voorhces of Indlann,
in tho houso, was probably th finest of his
political ell'ort'. Of his oratorlal powors
hut littlo need bo said ns ho is recognised
ns one of thu best und most efl'ectivo legal
and political speakers in tills country. Ho
drew up n bill of indictment against the
ladlcals which all thu sublety of that party
with their quirks, quillets and quiddets
cannot uvndu. Ho told of congress enact
ing laws which destroyed freedom' and
forged nnd riveted tho fetters of despot
ism on tho south, nnd told of Ackortnan
ICx-Attornoy-Gonurul who led thopcoplo
into wnr nnd then returned to lay wasto
their hearth-stones. IIo compared tho
acts of our army to tho bloody oppression
of Cluvorhouso, Kirko and Dundee, in
Scotland, and thu president found timo to
arrange these outrages. Ho cliargod that
nil tho Hoods of disorder, corruption, bank
ruptcy, crime, oppression and ruin poured
upon tho south wns thu deliberate work of
tlio radical party, who now aro affrighted
at tlio specter which rises beforo them.
Their usurpations of po.ver despite tho
constitution, which they trampled under
foot, uidod by tlio sword of tho army and
and the purso of tlio treasury, with its long
tr in of corruptions, was most truthfully
poitrayed. IIo pictured most vividly tho
bad, terrible story of thu ostracism prac
ticed against the puoplu of tho south,
wharo even tho loving mother who gnvo
shelter to her weary, wounded boy, or tlio
brother who assisted him to escape, or tho
siste'r who wrought nnd gnvo hlm clothing
or tho maiden who prayed for thu lover
who lay dying in tho wilderness or at
Stone river, nil ciiino under the common I
curse, llo gave n history of tho stnto of
Georgia as an example of tho condition of
thu southern states und tho long lino of
frauds, corruptions nnd robberies of tho
Grant olllcials wns sickening. The univer
ally oxecrated Consul Vurrtu who ravaged
Lieily, appears a mere school boy in pecu
lation when compared with Gov. Scott of
i,,m in r.u.t indi
Indies maku a white initio
in hiriory v,ten eompuretl with thu radi
cal treutment of th0 south sinco recon
struction. Tlio clWt of this miporih was
electrical and cru.l,ni:. for usldo from tha
musically clear voice uml gleeful manner
os n.e orator, thoroughly uruu,uj ttI.tl ,n
luuru weru uiu lucts, UBi,ro Mu
deductions which Mr. Voorhe... dolled
them to deny. ThN speech is tlu Uiemo
of goticral conversation hero ami should
bu road by everyone.
IIO.N'T want Tin: IKITU.
Senator Sumner has got his buck up and
in answer to a summons to appear before
tlio l-reneh arms committee will file a pro
test against giving his testimony as the
cornmituo have not acted in a manner to
further the ends of Justice, und any state-
went he might make would not be ucecnt-
I ulili. I., .t .... .... '
aiue to U em. Theiilili. I'm.lUI, r .1.1.
Is, the co.,1IniU,!U )mV(J hvKU bhl(.WinG tll(J
culprits and covering ,, taa lulJ
nr sees thu whituwash already prepared
und does i.ot purpose that hU bru.h shall
bo used to do thu whitewashing wltbout a
protest in advance.
A dispatch from Harrisburg status that
tho stato senuto committee hnvo decided
to report In favor of Col. Aleck, McCluro
for tho contested tent in tho fourth senn
forinl district. This makes the state ten
nto stand 10 radicals nnd fo democrats,
with Col. MeGluro nn Independent or nn-ll-Orunt
republican. The Cameron radi
cals hero havo vory long faces over this
result, as It will render tho delegation
doubtful for Grant in tho Philadelphia
convention, and will hnvo a depressing ef
fect In tho election. This is only th bo
ginning of tho rndlcal troubles lit that
state as there aro others brewing. Thu
coming homo of Kx-Govcrnor Andrew O,
Curtin from thu ltussinn mission bodes no
good to tho Grantites In tho Koystono
state, for should ho and his bosom friend
McCltiro bo found as Is expected, on tho
slump against Grnnt, tha question ns to
the presidential succession will bo satisfac
THK COTTON TAX.
Tho bill refunding the cotton tax will bo
considered by tho ways and means com
mitteo In a lew days nnd fnvornbly
reported on. Tho Georgia legislature
has memorialized congress In the strongest
innnnor lor Its repeal. Tho memorial
setting forth most plainly tho unwlso leg
islation that burdened instead of fostered
agriculture, which is the support of com
inercc, maiiulacturcs and thu arts, this
net imposed n tax ou no other ngrlctlltural
product in Its raw state. The grain crops,
peas, beans, barley, rye, oats, wheat and
wool woru left free from tax, whilst raw
cotton was taxed to not less than 11! per
cent, tut valorem. Thu memorial also very
clearly proves that tho tax was unjust, un
equal and partial, and consequently un
constitutional. hut would bu said and
done in tho minurnl regions of our conn
try if congress were to enact a law placing
a revenue olliccr at thu mouth of every
coal, Iron, copper and lead mine in tho
country and levy u tax on every pound of
mlnon.1 dug from tho earth? It strikes
mu that Its unconstitutionality would
hardly require discussion, and yet tlio im
position of thu tax ou cotton wus less
uniform and more partial nnd fully as
great u blunder as thu above suggestion
would bo. Congress awaro of this will
undo this great wrong at this session
"corner" in coal.
A delegation of oil refiners and dealers
from thu oil regions are hero and wuru bu
foro thu house committee on commerce in
relation to thu "corner" in coal oil, gotten
up by tho southern Improvement com
pany. Tliey niuko serious charges against
this alleged monopoly which thu commit
tee purpose thoroughly investigating
OUR NATIONAL CONVENTION.
1 ho national executive democratic: com
mitteo will meet in this city in May, just
after tho meeting of tho Cincinnati con
vention, and then fix the time and place
for holding the national democratic con
vention. The probability is that St. Louis
will bo the place, and tho time early in
July. Jfy that timo tho radical cat will
havo Jumped and tho kitten born nt Cin
cinnati will bo frisking, and then we will
determine whether wo will assist tho kitten
to claw tho cat or go it nlono single
THE CINCINNATI CONVENTION.
C1KCULAK FHOM NEW-YORK RE
PUUL10ANS. New-York, .March 29. The following
will appear to-morrow in tho 'Tribune:
To Col. AV i 11 in m M. Grosvenor, chair
man of thu executive committee of tho
Liberal republican convention of .Mis
souri, AVashiiiiiton. Sin : We, republi
cans of Now-York, wish to express our
concurrence, in the principles lately set
fortli by tho liberal republicans of Mis
souri. Wo muko this departure from tlio
ordinary methods of party uction fron u
deep conviction that thu' organization to
which wo belong is under thu control of
those who will usu it chiellv for personal
purposes, and obstruct u Ireo expression
of opinion on tho important matters
which tlio gentlemen whom you ropresent
havo laid beforo tho tieoiilo cf tho Unit jd
States, Wo believe that tnu timo has
conio when tho polititvil oll'onces of tlio
past should bu pardoned; that all citizens
should bu protected in tlio enjoyment of
thu rights guaranteed thum by
thu constitution; that federal tax
ation should bu imposed for revenue,
11 nd so adjusted as to mnko thu burden on
tho Industry of tho country as light as
possible ; that 11 reform in thu civil survicu
should be such as to relievo politlclal
action from official patronage ; that tlio
right of local self-government, tho found
ation of Amorican freedom, should bo re
asserted, and thu encroachments ol thu
federal power checked; and we also believe
that at this timu a special duty rests on tlio
people to do away with corruption In of
fice. Tho exposures recently made in this
statu havu brought to light evils which uro
not couiined to onu party, nor to a sintrlu
localitv. and disclose (humeri! iimrn
I'orniiifulilo tliMti 1111 v which the rpiinhlli-
has yet encountered. With tho hope that
the movement heixun in Missouri may
spread through all tlio states, and Inlluencu
every political parly, wo accept thu invita
tion to meet in national mass convention
in the city or Cincinnati ou thu first Wed
nesday In May next, und we Invito all re-
publicans who agreo with us to co-oporato
in our action."
Henry R. Se.ldon, Georgo P. Uradford,
Horace Greeley, Henry ). Lloyd,
Fred. A.Conkling, Win, W.Goodrich,
Win. Doroheimor, Waldo Hutching,
Sinclair Tout-cy, Hiram Harney,
SlgismM Kaufman, Freeman Fithian,
E. Krackowster, Gen. 1'. Uradford,
Era 0. Miller, llenjiimin A. Willis,
Edwin R.Koynolds, llornco llumis,
Win. H. liriggs, Louis Lowentlml.
Tho 'Tribune's editorial on tho call
says: "Thu letter ofeertnin Now York
republicans to Col. (irosvunor, herewith
printed, is the first unequivocal response
from the east to the overturn of the liberal
republicans of thu west for consultation at
Cinelniiali on May 1. Olhors will soon
follow, Thoro is no lontor 1111 oxctitn for
doubt that tlio convention will bo hold
and ho respectably attended. AVoprosumo
thut should any important action bu taken
at Cincinnati, those present from oacli statd
wouiu tiosignatu 11 purtion 01 their number
to cast tho votu of thut slato in tho cun-
veniion, out no onu is oxcliidod from at
tending, and tho Invitation is so broad
thut many will doubtless bo present who
have not been invited. Cincinnati proll'ers
all 11 generous welcome, Whether thu
convention will determine to put lorth a
declaration of principles, to present nation
al CHUUitiates, or auopt somu oiuur lorin
of appeal to tho country, no onu is entitled
to guess. Whatever It snail door pro
pound, will necessarily derive all its bene
fits from uccord with public sentiment.
This convention speuks with ne authority,
nnd claims no power but that which may
bo nccorded to tho Intrinsic worth of Its
nets nnd its declarations."
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LARGE STOCK OF CAllKWINb
OIL O LOTUS,
OI LT II ANUS,
IIUKnllreNlookNow Cloving Out
VEItY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8tII HT. AND COM M KRCI AL-AV.
LOUIS J ORG EN'S EN,
Dealer In all kind of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Fnrmcr'n Ynrtl null Klnkllni;
Cor, Washingtou-av. aud Twentieth-bt
CAIRO CITY COAL
It prepared to aupply customer with Iho Lett
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
"VIUlKtlS leltat llalilday Ilron. office, 70 OHIO
w i.r.ve.c.or at ine i.oai xaru oetow tiie &t,
Cnarlex lintel, will receive oroinut attention.
TI1ETUM "MO'rAtIK', wllll.'ini; coal Ioiik
nine KtenmerM at hhv Hour oeZAtr
And Dealer in Foreign and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
97 Ohio Levee,
Helwcer. Ninth and Tenth fatreetn,
RILLIARI) SALOON AND EAR
ROOM. JOII.V 1ATIX, lroirlclor.
IOC Ci'tnmercial Avenue, CAIKO, ILI.INOIHJ
nent brand of Callfo laClgara Just received,
BIM.tAKD saloon fiiriitnlied with the t Ht ol
tablva; and bar aunnlled with wIdvh. Ilminr.
. 1 .1..... " r . l, .1 . 1 1
lll, llll.li" .'I Ml-- llllt-ni lirftllON,
BUTCH El JEl
AII lltALIU IN
Eiohth Street, Uetween Wasiiikoton
and Commercial avknulh,
Allninyr llllleiilioiiNe t Ilnnuy'H.
Keep tho l.eit of lleef, Pork, Motion, Veal,
Lamb, baiiBiijje, etc., and are prepared to serve
cllili'im in the moBt acceptable l.uiuier.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
fliiSeher i.ril Itntlrr In nil Hinds Frttah
Cox NtMCTitNTH ak roriAB Sxaiur,
OUYH and alnui-litera only the very be.t cattle.
P hoa. and Bheep, nd la prepared to Bll any
dTnmi J for freth meat, from oue pound Io ten
thousand pounua. y ivSm
Our Homo Advertisers.
P. G-. Schuh.
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IXIOKN, - ANSI. tTVCl
W. W. THORNTONS
HUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13$ tenth street,
Boon, Nimli, UllniU. MoaMlHK",
FsveUntlcra, (wood) Window and Uoo
rrnnien, Flooring, Lath,
NlilnitleM, Ulitced Niuu, ainicd Hide
I.lKbtn, tilaied Tranionia,
NhnIi Welsrhtii, Nauls IMilllcsi and Cord,
llllsid t'niitsnlnKS, Boollnf
Fell, Ilooflnff Cfusent, I'laatcrlns
I'aper, Carpet Felt, White
Lead, LIuNed Oil, American Window
tiliiHM, EukIInIs nndFrench
I'lalc UlnNN, Putty, Ulnsler'a 1'olnln
Hewer Flpea I'atent Chllnneyti.
-. tic, Klc.
AOENTS for Itock rtlvei Paper Comrany'a
Siheathliiir Felt and Quarlt Cetnonl.
II. W, Joha'a Improved llooflnf alwayi ta
HTOVKN. TI.WVAKL', CTC,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wriniers Tolls
Ware, Coal Hods, FlrtBhovels, Air OaWs.
TIN, 55INO, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
wrrtooflnir OutteriiiaT and all
trkdonathorteat nolle. seewu
St. Louis Advertisements.
MANN & LIBBY'S
t ' U t 1 1 , .
i Jw One Prlee
421 North Fourth Street,
We would call tha attention of the Ladle to our
AT ALL 1'RICEK, FROM LOW-PRICED SILk
THE REST QUALITY
(it the celebrated inak of
C. J. BONNETT & CO.
Theae (oda are o well known at bln the
hei-t Hilt, imported, that we feel II U ooly n.e.
ary to notify the l.i.tiei mat we have ti em on
ale. vVe mtetid making our Kllk ArraAcrivi,
by careful election of i,o(l iulipte4 10 thia
inarket.and witn maoyyears experience in eon
Uuct.nga First-Class Silk Trade
In the Kt, we an5w we caa ofler inducement
to puicliaiier. We thall offer
NO SILK THAT WE
fUsnple hrm t to Partltm au t r the CI It
It la not economy for a ladr to 'my an inferior
quality 01 Milk, even al any price, we thall taero
rure orfrr only
THE I) EST SILKS
An atiL at
With care in purchasing and selection of
Selling for Cash Only,
Wo can save one profit for our customers.
We propose to do thiafor the benefit of
fctrlped American Nllka,
Dlack American uros grain,
Hlack Cahumere Silks,
At nil Prices and in all Colors).
Japauene Clothe, 811k popllun, la Ueau.
DLACK AND WHITE CHECK SILKS
And full stock of
GREY STRIPED SILKS,
Which we aaaure the Ladles In nnl .
this country, aa tuattoriment of deairahu .11..
quality of goodt and prlcei.
Wereabeclfully Invite the Ladiea lo call and
examine our floods aud Priret. All will be treat
ed with cournay (iondi will be thown freely t
there will lie no mltiepresentlnr. ONLY ONE
I'ltlCEwill be asked, and lhat will be aa low at
that of any other houe in the country, a waprn
fer lama aalea and amall i,rHi. rthar than auiall
aalet and lurge pioflta,
MANN & LIBBY,
421 North Fourth Streot,