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' ' t QFFtf&E: No. 13 Tenth Street. Thoritfori's "Bulitling. 1
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DAILY EDITION,
, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 13; 1869. irr.r)j0HN H, OBERLY & CO'
r-f.
RRAINS FATAL TO RADIO AL1SM.
Wo published yesterday uti extract
lrom the Now York 'Bun' that Is emi
nently deserving tho attention of every
honest, candid man. Tho extract era
brace? a protest from the cdltor, (who is
rso less a personage than tho veritable
Mr. Dana,) against "universal amnesty
and impartial suffrage" for tho south ;
not that it is not Intrinsically wlso and
Just; but becauso it Imperils tho continu
ed ascendonoy of the radical party.
'Wo do not," says Mr. Dana, "for tho
present quostlon, and do not propose to
discuss, tho intrinsic wisdom of this pol
icy. Wo design simply to call attention
to tho prospect which It opens to the re
publican party. Thai proipcct it tw
graect"
Tho negroes and carpct-baggora, In a
content with tho braihs and money
of tho white race, Mr. Dana contends,
will go under, and tho south bo handed
over to the domination of thodemocratlc
party Immediately, and tho general gov
ernment ultimately.
Here Is the open and frank acknowl
edgment from a leading light in tho rad
ical party, that the parly cannot main
tain Its ascendency utiles. It excludes
from a participation In public affairs the
Intelligence and wealth of the south, and
and calls to Its aid tho low, the Ignorant
and tho debased black and tho scalawug
adventurer! Tho political disabilities
must not be removed from tho cultivated
and refined white mun of that section,
becauto in that removal lurks Jeutli tc
the radical party 1 Huch a removal might
be wise, might serve to strengthen the
government, might bring harmony and
thrift to tho country; but It must not bo
nttomptcd becauso radicalism daro not
placo its polluted carcass subject to tho
disposition of the people!
This Is a candid confession, but in
what an unenviable light before the civ
ilized world does It placeour government?
The wise and the wealthy must bo kept
In vashalagu In this "happy, proud
America," or the radical part)' will go
down! Oh, shame, where Is thy blush?
REPUDIA TION.
A radical exchange on tho democratic
side, says that "a year or two ago we
heard the word 'repudiation' whispered,
but very faintly. The uttcrer, after let
ting this 'dltloyal' term slip out, gener
ally looked around a If expecting souio
armed satrap of the government to lay
his despotic paw upon him, and with a
devilish leer, breath 'bastllo' Into his ear.
The world has moved, In some respects,
rapidly. This nation has moved onward
on tho road to poverty, with a marvelous
lleetuess. It has Journeyed on toward
tho culminating point of a killing taxa
tion with railway speed. It has traveled
on Into tho valley of debt, and tho slough
of commerce, and the bogs of despair,
till there seems no road out; tho further
wo go the more fatal the mire. The
$3,000,000,000 load on tho nation'!) back
Is gettlm: heavier and heavier. A year
or two ago, the Interest was paid mainly
In greenbacks, now it Is paid mainly In
gold; and It Is causing tho taxpayers to
stick in their tracks and slump fearfully;
but it is bringing about ono good result.
There aro no more whispers of 'repudia
tion.' It Is shouted out boldly and
loudly and all over the land. We
hear it booming, like tho roar of a migh
ty tempest. It comes from north and
south, east and west 'Repudiation !' "
JIEORG ANIMATION OF THE
JUDICIARY.
The Cincinnati 'Enquirer' criticises, in
terms of deserved severity, the new bill
reorganizing tho Judiciary system. The
bill provides for nino new circuit Judges,
to preside over tho courts now hold by
the assoclatu Justices, aud an additional
associate Justice for tho supremo bench,
at a salary of $5,000 poraunum each, aud
for retiring, on his full salary, for life,
any Judgo of n United States court who,
nftcrteu years' servlco as such, may reach
tho ago of soventy and resign. It will
add at least $50,000 per annum to tho ex
pense of maintaining a court which rad
ical congresses have striven by every
means in thoir powertoronderas useless
as possible to the people, by curtailing It
of its Jurisdiction, in matters of tho most
sacred rights, aud leaving thoeitlzen ab
solutely no appeal against legislative
usurpation or military oppression; and
in tho courso of a few years, when tho
superannuated Judges begin lo retire, and
are converted Into life pensioners on tho
treasury, and their places shall bo filled
by new appointments, this 550,000 por
annum of useless expenditure may be
doubled, all for tho sako of keeping up
a Judiciary infirmary, in which to shelve
old fossils, aud make room for others to
bo shelved again In their turn.
' Thoro is a rumor In Washington to-th'e
effect that Hamilton Fish Is to be invi
ted to resign alio secretaryship of the
state department, and for doing so will
be rewarded with tho mission to the
courtof St. Sames, a la Washburn, and
tho Prenoh mission. .This looks very
much as if Qraut intended to place his
"friends" on half rations, jn order that
tho better grado olllcos rnlirlit iro around.
A week or two In the stato department
ih enougu iur uuu uian.
"NEQRO" AND "COLORED MAN."
TheNew York 'Day Book' Is a slam
banging alasher that Is utterly reckless
of consequences. Speaking of the peti
tion' or lot of negroes Yor an" approprhv
Hon of $100,000,000 to pay them for their
200 years of slavery, the 'Day. Book' says :
"If tho negro Is naturally entitled to
what wo call freedom, why then the
wrong upon hlta Is so .unspeakable,; that
we cannot do'enough for him, and this
now demand of a hundred millions
wcro a mere bagatelle. But on tho con
trary If ho Is'a negro and not a "colored
man," a creaturo with a different nature
and different wants from ours, and
therefore God and naturo utterly forbid
amalgamation with him, tho "abolition
of slavery'' by Abo Lincoln, Grant and
tho devil, Is the most infernal crime over
committed by mortals,, and every hour
that Grant keeps an army in tho South
to uphold that "freedom," Is sin
committed sufficient to sink a nation.
The 'Day Book' is clearly of tho opin
ion, however, the black man Is a 'negro1
and not a "colored man."
THE THRO Vail GRAIN TRADE.
The St. Louis 'Republican' speaks of
the receipt of orders In that city from
Charleston, South Carolina, for bulk
cdru to bo shipped by water carriage via
Cairo and Now Orleans, Formerly such
an order would havo been filed in New
York, with corn taken from tho Illinois
or Mississippi via Chicago, aud the di
version of the trado thenco to .this quart
tor, Is tho result of using elevators In
St Louis, Cairo aud New Orleans. Chi
cago affects to laugh at this grain move
ment, aud Its Journals Indulge In pleas
antries at our expense. This one simple
fact, however, of the reception of orders
from points heretofore supplied Indirect
ly by Chicago, sufllclontly explains the
true cause aud the real quality of Chica
go's derlson.
SINGULAR CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE MISSISSIPPI.
The Helena (Ark) "Clarion" of last
week says :
If our readers take any Interest in such
things they could learn several curious
facts about the stage of the river, at diff
erent points. We do not know the stage
at Cairo, but suppose It lacks, some ten
feet of high water mark. At Memphis
only four feet five Inches. Holena,
eight feet ten Inches, and at Friar's
Point, only twelve miles below here, it
does not lack over sevon aud a half feet.
Being higher at Memphis and Friar's
Point than at Cairo, or Helena.
Who has a satisfactory explanation
for these peculiarities? Are they
chargeable to tho different widths of the
river, or the strength and rapidity of
current?
Ziatot toy Tolsgrapln.
WASHINGTON.
LATEST APPOINTMENTS.
The Cubau Rebellion.
ETC.t ETC., ETC.
Press dispatches received from Wash
ington yesterday afternoon, are as fol
lows:
APPOINTMENT OF MINISTERS.
The President sent in tho following
nominations to tho Sonata this after
noon: J. L. Motley, Minister to England.
L. Markbrlt, of Ohio, Minister to Bo
livia. R. Patridgo, ofMaryland, Minister to
Nlcarauga.
W. A. Pile, of Missouri, Minister to
Venezuela.
J. R. Jones, of Illinois, Minister to Bel
glum. John A. Carlisle, of West Virginia,
Minister to Stockholm, Swedou.
John R. Clay, of Louisiana, Minister to
Liberia.
R. C. Kirk, of Ohio, Minister Rosideut
to tho Argentiuo Republic.
Gen. Stephen Hurlbut, of Illinois, Min
ister to Bogota.
Silas A. Flnker, Minister to Gutamala.
. D. Massett, Mluister to Haytl.
A. G. Curtln, of Pennsylvania, Minis
ter to Russia.
J. Joy, of New York, Minister to Aus
tin. cuuan rnasvscTS.
The roceut nows from Cuba Is excitiug
deop Interest here, not only In political,
but diplomatic circles, and Is freely com
mented upon. Tho largo number of Cu
bans who aro now in Washington, ex
press the most unbounded confidence as
to tho success of their causo and assert
that within a short tlmo onougU men.
will bo under arms to drive the Spanish
forces from the lutorior of tlio Island to
the forts on tho sea shore. When this Is
accomplished they say that Spain will bo
forced to acknowledge tho Independence
of tho Islaud.
SNOW BTOUM ON SUNDAY.
Although a severe snow storm prevail
ed all day yesterday, aud ended with a
bhnrp frost last night, an examination
.shows that tlio fruit has been but little
I Injured.
A NEW DEMOCRATIC PAPER.
We welcome to bur (ablo a good sized,
woll filled democrats weekly from Har
rlsburg, ballne county. It is called tho
Salino county 'Register', is neatly
printed and Is edited with very respec
table ability.
Tho Democracy of Salino county
should promptly rally to tho support of
the 'Register'. They can, If they Willi
fill its columns with advertisements and
glyo it a paying, circulation. This, done
Salino county will havo a decent paper,
ono that will represent tho politics and
Intelligence of tho people; and not, as
the 'Chronicle', has done, misrepresent
tho ono and Insult tho other. Tho coun
ty is rich in all thoso elements that add
to tho prosperity and greatness of a
people, and a well conducted, respectable
paper, printed in tho Enjlish language,
will servo a good purpose in developing
them. To this work tho 'Register' pro
mises to bond its energies; and, If tho
pooplo aro truo to themselves, they will
unite in Its support, aud thus add to tho
effectiveness of Its effort. Salino county
can support a decent paper, and we
shall look for tho success of tho 'Regis
ter' as eyldcnco of a determination on
their part, that thoy will.
NEW ADVEETISE3IENTS.
SITPATIttX WAltTEB. An experienced.
flrtchss gardener, one who has devoted hln Ufa
to the business, desirss a situation. Apply at the City
Urcwery. nplS 8t
JJR. W. R. SMITH,
PHYSICIAN AND SUtGEON,
OrriCEl 193 COXHKIlt'lAI. AVENIK,
(Over ilannon'a Book Store,)
npH tr
Residence, No. 91 Thirteenth Street.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successor so E. 11. Hendricks A Co.,)
Forwarding aud Commission Merchants
AND
WMAKFIIOAT PHOIMtlirrOKMi
Cairo - - - Xlllxxols.
Liberal Advances Made on Comlgnmenlt.
Are prepared to receive, tor or forward freights to
all point: buy or sell on commission, llusinesi at
tend to with promptness anlodawtf
i
N
OTICE.
Office of the Cairo City Kerry Company, I
Cairo, Ills, April loth, Uti.
Notice Is hrrtby given that a meeting of the look
holder of this company will bo held at tho offl of
the company, corner Washington Avenue urn) KIkIi
teenth slrert, In this city, on Monday, May 3d, MQ,
at 10 o'clock, a.m., for the purptso of electing seven (T)
uirrviui. w mo ensuing Tear, ami lor ouicr
l....i... nit t imv
business.
aplWw
becirtary.
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
A.
IIALLEY'S OH ARTE It OAK
STOVE STORE
AXD
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron
JOBBING SHOP
No. 100 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
(Above the Marktt Home.)
Kooflng, Glittering, Spouting and Steamboat Work
done In u neut and substantial manner, at short no
tice iiccsrciif
F
AME1
TO OBTAIN It (10 TO
IIEEIHVAIIT, OUTII & CO'S
And purchase the leading
Stovo o X tlio Wost
A good variety of Cooking and Heating RoreiaU
wit) on hand. AUo n complete amxirtineut of
Tliiwftre, IlollowOVnrr, fcc, &c.
Manufacturer of Oullcrlngand Hoofing.
Our motto la Quick ftilca mid Small IVutlU.
ntrn.itikfaetion guaranteed In every initauco."Va
deoircoltf
BOOTS AND SHOES.
"yM. EULEllS,
rASIIIOXAULH
Boot Aiicl Slioo 3VCn.ls.ox
Twentieth street, between Washington and
VopUir streets,
(Nearly oppoaitotho Court lloiuo,)
Keeps naplvndld utook of the bet mnteri.il, and good
workmen, ntid nn Mil order on aliort notice.
Mciidlug done ucutly and cheaply. IMtronngo n.
tidied. l-eil'ca.ltf
MILLINERY GOODS.
TRAW AND MILLINERY GOODS.
1QQ9. Srxixxe ! lOQO
MRS. K. . OSWALD .fc CO.,
llavojiint received an unusually fliu uud afirttctUe
Block of
Ntrmr itiul Millinery (JimmN,
Notion, Trimming nnd Far.ey Article, Ulbbont,
Duttoiu, Flower, etc,, nil of tlio very Intent My le ex
tant i presenting to tho trade n variety equal to tho de
inand,nt priee that eanacarcely fall to ulto satisfac
tion. WOIIK 1IAHKETSI Infant' baskets, nnd a
handomo collection of other notion iiioful and or
tinmetital, , . , . '
A new lot of Slnger'a celebrated nowing machines
also on land, to which tlio attention of tho pubtio ia
eapeeinllyinrlted.
They are prepared, a heretofore, to meet all de
mands in thndret making line promptly and after tho
latent Htylcs.
ilnnnet mada and bleached to ol der.
1UI t'oiuuierelitl Avenue, Jiour Eiuhtli HU
apt Imd
CLOTHING..
JSAAO W ALDER,
, , , . Wholesale and BcH Dealer la fJ -y (. j-j
GENT'S AND BOYS CLOTHING
And
HATS, CAPS, ale, Ac.
At the old atond, ' " ' 1
Corner of Sixth afreet and Oblo Leree.
Jn3dtr
CLOTHING I. ' 't"M"tl'H
Bvbry tlii K 3pV'ci1x
BARGAINS FOR THE FEOFLEt , ,
MILIEU A MILLER
Hnrln a cloned out their old itoclrtofClothlng, have
brought on a
Large nnd Hplcntlld Stock,
Which embrace orery kind of t r. r FT
Faahloiiahle Gentlemeit'a Wear,
Amlauch a la aulted to allcloiiea.
They would ask epeclal attention to their supply of
Hatu vxxoL Cn.xmf
I which they profeM'to Icait the market. " AUcJ'to.
their '
PIECE GOODS,
Vhlch embrace, all ftylet of..CJotb. .Caislmen
Tweeds, lc, from which theymandfacturi
CLOTHING TO OUDEIl,
iln'Uidleilmanncr.andairlotlyVMhfiftable.l1 tiO
Their itock of
GcntlcRicn'A Furnlsliluff Goods
1 very complete, Including many notcltlca norer 1
fore brought to this marktt."'-
.Trutika, of erery atyle, Vallaea, Carpet
Hacks, tic.
.r i r
Aaaured of their ability to tell goods from thoir new
look, cheaper than ever lfm, ther rely uponndit
criminating public toexUnd them the patronage they
may deerve.
JaniiSltf
A Card, ( v
A Oergyman, while reading In South' America aa a
rnUalomuy, ilncoverel n wtfeiind almplo remedy for
tho euro of Nervous WcakncM, Knrly Decay, Ulieatc
of tho Urinary aud t-cmlrud Organs, and tho whole train
of disorders brought onliy lnoful and vicloua habita.
Great numbers havebeencuretl by this noblo remedy.
Prompted by a desire to benefit the afflicted and un
fortunate, I will send tho recipe for preparing and'
using this medicine, In a sealed envelope to any ono
who needslit, rasa or cnitoc. Addres.
JOSEPH T. IN MAN,
Station D.Illble House,
tebl-d2m Now Totk City)
GIN
Especially designed for tho luo of the Medical Pro.
feaalon and tho Family, possessing those Intrinsic
medicinal properties which belong to an old and Para
Gin.
Indispensable to Kemalos. Good for Kidney Com
plaints. A delicious Tonic. Put tin In cases, contain,
ing ono dnien hotte oaeh, nnd sold by all drngglsts,
Knx.-trs.Ao. A. M.lllnlngar A Co., eatablished 1770,
No. 15 Heaver street, New fork. morJOdly
CARPENTERING.
JOUN MADDEN,
CAllPEXTEIl AXD IIUILDEK
NEAR TWELFTH STREET,
BETWEEN roPI.AU STREET AND VASUlNGTOa;
ilecsitf AVENUE.
WOOD.
--000! AVOODII . 1
J. W. TURNER
Is prepared to furnish
Good 33Cfx-cl W oocM.
At pricai which defy competition, and also to
Deliver In any part of tit) City,
On tho shorteal notice.
I.earo orders on slates at llulen's grocery, Loner
gan's feed atore, and Wood and Roach's grocery,
!an2ldtf
GOAL.
Q0AL1 COAL! COAL I
AT
J. Sharp Mt'loiialtrM Coulynrd
Having mada pcrnuncut urrangemcnts with A. L.
Slioltti'll A Co., for a
('DiiHtnnt aJiiiIy of Coal,
lllrectfrnin the mines, wo are prepared to supply
steamers ut uny time day or nl(ht,
Mciiiii Titir "Ivy'
Aluny In rrailliuv In Kiipply the wants of steamers
and
tliu puuic guiieuily living price'. .
apMt
LIQUOR SALOONS ' "0l
S
UN FLOWER MILLIARD SALOON
Oliio Xiovoo,
i furnished with tho latest styles of Tables, and las
bur supplied with tho most oxcelleutlquors,
is spread everyday at S a.m. and 10 p.m. declltf
JOHN HYLAND'S SALOON
Is supplied with nil kinds of
Slviporior Xiiquoirfs W1,
.. JUeur, AIo, o sfce., . w , ,
Commercial avenue, bet. Ninth and ywtkiMta 1
The thirsty, who lave good liquors, should give hU
rati, nnd those who wish to putf a frasrrant clear eon
havo their wants supplied af hilt bory, ttS5l.,ir,I
1
' oo t'A DRY GOODS. ETC.
i-T t 1 1 ii i.i. ii..-. I. . , i nr i 'i 1
N
EW GOODS I
loeei
jXQOOj
S13X-133.B
iioool
Tho Oldest Established , . ,
DRY &OOBI8 XXOT7JS3D
' IN THK C1TT.
RITTENHOUSE & HANNY
jllaTO on hand, fresh from th market ,
Sroas O-oodsj, )
Peklns,: Orientals, ; ,
Alpacas, Itobalx Cloth,
Printed do Ialnes, Pekln Lustres,
, " ' rrcnoh "JoconoU, F ' Percales',
'.IH , i v Italian Cloths. Challl,
French Ginghams, , French Piques,
, Pare Mohairs, Bcotoh Gingham,
J Crspo Maret, Poplins,
Percalo Hobos, 'Japa'neseCloth, I j
i French I.awns, i Pacific Lawns,
' Grenadine, ' ' 1 rrlnttd Linens, '
Plain. Percale, White Alpacas,,; i !"
.n-" : ,0'll0sf'fTf)l- roi'f
Drown and Illenehcd Sheetings,
Drown aud ltlnuchcd tiliirtiugs, IK,
Paris Printed HprlngHhawls, .
... .TibetHhawls, . . . . si .
Lama Iuro Shawls,
i fclifrUarldflhawls.'autAMOia
8llk Mantilla,
, Paris VelHtarcgcs; :' k
White Goods, Donna Maria, . I
Walnooks. Dotted Mett, .
tJoftOambrief, . noslsry.'i 'iMr"
IndlaTwill, Gloves, . rt
India Mull. . . Jaeonct, n"n
Linen Cambric, .Hwlss,
.JIOTMa'rl!AS4IlBIUi,,
l.imn i.wipiis,
rm Toweling. "L
, , . .Napalns.
Oil Olotlxa, i )
DruKKOtr
coRKKn.r.iaiiTii st. and commkiicial aV.
.nurM.Iif .
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
WINSTON,
(Successor to John Q. Hnrman X Co.,)
HEAL ESTATE AGENT
ATJOTIOIs-S 3D XI. .
Buys and sell Ileal Kstate, pays Taxes, furnishes
Abstracts af Title, and brepares Conveyances of all
Inds. Office, No. 74 id rl(Mir) Ohio Levee. marlStf
JOnN W. TROVER & CO.,
Boal Rilalp, Iloml nnd Slock Ilrokcrs.'
Will attend fn Iho payment of Htalf. County and City
ulfoJiEHAOI bU,i"M lrtaJnln to a GKNEILIU
EloilTit Stuket, secotuldoor from Cbm. Are.,
decai'GsVltf . Calra, III.
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, ETC.
yTM. II. SOIIUTTKR,
Importer atul Wholesale Dealer in
WINES, LKllIOKS, TOBACCO
n i
OXGAHfS;
AOVKt ran ' .
Best HranJs of Crcaui and Stock Alo
ii
Iiuportctl Ales of UlfTcrent Kinds.
No. 75 Ohio Lkvkk, Cairo, lllliiolM
deeai'Bldtf
AUCTIONEERING.-COMMISSION.
JOII.V 1IODOKH.
A. J. CAUI.K.
H
ODOKH&C'ARLK,
LX70aaXO3NrX2333El.lSy
CAinO, ILLINOIS.
Will attend to the halo of real tstate, inerehandl.-,
fiynititre, i-ioek uml property "f any nnd nil kinds, for
two aud one halfr o-iit, eoiiimissiiin, being atoilt
one-fourth the compensation iisiully charged.
Any person feeling lnmelf or liTsrlf inml.le to pay
that rate of eompMi:it. on, shall ho cheerfully served
for nothing.
Tho patronage of tho publio Is solicited.
Otllce at preornt at I'urker A Hodge's Livery r-table.
A commission and uuetiou lioiifc" will lw opened tu
afuwibiys, duo Doticii of uhlch will ho given.
feblSdlf
HAIR-DRESSING.
JADIES' II Al R DllKSSINO.
3I11S. A DDI i: 1IUCK
Wished to inform the public Uit sho lius a
I.ndlra' Ilntr l)reasliir Saloon
On Cotrtmerclal nvunue. Vtwcen Ninth nnd Tenth
streets. ho fuso inaiiufwiturea Curls, Hwltclic.
Wateli-(lnnrd, Bar-tlliiRs, Itrncelrts, and
all kinds of Ilatr .tewelry.
Indies may lvo the eoinbliigs of their hair maim,
focturcd In any ile.Hiniblu st)le. JauJWtf
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