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THURSDAY EVMlWG. 1869.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
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0. P. itORTdlt ON QUORUMS.
GoYerner Mwtot'plM te.aisf,
port of all the euonHUIes' of radicalism,
dees not bMltate'iath performance of
waat coaetltatee a qtiorum in the Iadl
aaa legislature, malntalalag that it to
two-tatres Kit ' ttyactaal meaiee , M
ithwr howe, iaJtf'laat the MUmWiMl
Try wlthUmwlon ia aetael Map.?,
etote of wht to left, Mil fwAhirar of
thto namber to a quorum, Tua wm v
Mortea's feeWo in 1860,when a quorum
.... jtmmtmwnA ivw halUsdr whlc member
aaa ike Nuoa it Wii aot, U foxi(l ltt
the feet that the country and OllYer
Morton with It, wai not Mien steeped In
political Ylllelny aa4 nrl peilutlon.
No argument stronger or more con
vincing than that abdVe recited to ad
duced by the governor, yet he, an avow
ed lawyer, a man high in position, imperil-)
his repatallou by asserting that
'therefore" Indiana lias, legally and ef
fectually ratified tho Fifteenth Constltu
We ca aureojernor , Morton ,that
beforelils 'fifteenth irabomfnatlon is
tacked upon tho federal constitution, the
nonnil Bober tllOUtfllt of tho UcOplo Will
have'returned, and then the party that
inslsta upon ramming that obnoxious
niPMuredown.Uje throaU.of the unwll-
llntr mcuBct, will sink' Into the contempt
aa t A - at
and Incur the ouiurn ineir piniwoi uu
damning oireudlngg ho richly deserve.
It seoms that Urant'a appointment of a
collector of rovenuo la Georgia
was Intended an a rebuk6 to its people,
who have adopted a constitution which
II. lu n iiclto from holiilnir ofllco
llcan' assures us that such Is the fact,
for It Bays: ,
The appointment by Gen. Grant of o
oninrAil n.vnnun offlcnr In Georgia is a
gentle hint to tho rebels thoro of what
they must come to. They have contend
1 Mtoutlv for the rlirbl to exolude the
the negro from Htato ofllce. when, be-
Minlil. lin ill nilllllulllv lilaced IB ft high
natlonnt office, such as most of tho white
mun n fJonrr? a oovct. It wu wen
tiintu.lif of hv Grunt, nnd will be fol
lowed up by other illustration! of the
course ho menus to tako with refraotory
A CHOICE MAN.
The dispatches plainly Intimate that
"Grant's adjutant" Is about to renounce
the war portfolio, and that his successor
will probably be Joe Holt, of Judge ad
vocate Infamy. This selection would bo
in proper, keeping with the spirit that
has controlled jn the formation of the
preseut cabinet, and would make the In
congruity and Incompetency of that
body nearly conpiete; It could only be
Improved by the addition of the convict
ed perjurer, Sanford Couover, Grant
has struck out In that llneuow, and htf
ahould pursueit'all 1stimmcr.'""If,tho
thing Is worth doing at all, It Is worth
The Spanish Co'rt'ez has at last deter
m I n efl 'tfpo'nlhTad Sptlono f iTSonarcfiP'
ad form of iroveramenT. iMMh as we
ahould have, rjJefd at ,te 4btak
eneni or a repuono in ut- Biruuu"u,u
1 darkneas aad;iaewuie we f lwtaon
vIn8dAthatuthentf rdajhav Jaj,
ken" tie most feasible plan open to them
for the tranquility or Spain. Continual
dtoerdem MaveieiSmaBy years dtstmeted.
that unhappy eute3retwlethef tke
Duke de MotpeatoKlv,klg,or
the crown conferred upera another, we
hope for a restorekteel 'of'peaeVwid pre.
be permutea (e resume aer prerogavivw
We are mo Vat liberty to tU what one
radical la:tkto eity said aboat aaatkr;a.
few days ago, but the following is pretty
near as goodHKiS-U sidf A '
"Cameron's opinion about Curtln was
expressed with more feree than elegance.
The ouly mluister we of Pennsylvania
have,' said k'thVomy "mlaieter we
have except a. uegro, who cannot be a
voter la our State,) is a man set dowu for
Russia, who ought to be sent tothe,Lobes
Islands vice guano removed,'."
i . n ' . r'i. iu,.
The full amouni'auu equalized yaluo,
of taxable property In Illinois, as ap
pears from the returns ia the office of tho
State atfdllor, isSiTi.oGO.OOO. The amount
of tfirWbVtalsea frdin'thlsrassessment
la about 53,000,000,1 exclusive- of the
nhool and two mill tax. and is about
one-fourth of one per cent, of tUe w'hoio'
amount assessed., lt ,
The alleged Imbecility of Mr. Welles,,
Lincoln's and Johnsdn's'Beoretary of the
Navy, was a fa,vprito,subjoct for .the Jeerp ,
of the radical party. Straugo as it may
seem, no allusion to made by the radical
organs to Wellea'4 .Incompetence since
the advent.dfJVM burlesque on secreta
ries and aui mauhood, Mr. Borle, con
trasted with, whora WeHes was aprodlgy
of lnteUlgQ,p.cp,.energyl antlpower-
Thomas Alleu, presulentUof tlie Sti
T .nn In and Iron Mnimfnln railroad, has
eon, prewuent or tno Memphis coaimerr
clal uonyeufion, luiormiug mm mm,
tk eooaleiWJU subscribe the million
.acres of land asked for the extension of
the Iron Mountain railroad to Momphls
'An eminent Swiss naturalist says
that without birds, aucceeafUI agricul
ture to Impoeaible.
,-,Many a gooaaiM ueeu nippea in we
bud by four year old nuisance briaging
a light Into the room.
A Maesaehueetta lad recently sold 801
muekmle of hto own trapping, and with
the avails thereof paidJUe'toet winter's
feeitogstwo Mid,, WBSmm iower
Jawa two tongij . isjei jp;See, and
kly one body. T
' Oae thousand acres of peppermint
fear times ae maeh ae usual will be
raised In Wayne county. Iowa, thto sea-
'bob . Buyers offer S4 60 per peaad.
Gold Is a remarkable article when it
coea down it to an evldeace that ours is
'The best Government
i But when it goes up It to
The .Boston Fire Department ooaslsts
of the following: 90 engines, 1,130
men, 23 hose carriages, 0,005 feet of hose,
834 buckets, 144 feet suction hose, 1,405
feet of dry rope, 1,869 badges, 008 caps
and various other articles.
The Itev. J. H. Haven, of Lewlston,
claims to have solved the problem of
... n 1 M.ll ..1,1.1. ...I.l.lu 1. -
een more 'nearly attained iu tbetlbra;
lions oi iub eiericmi vocai organs insn
nnvwhnri 1 ' '
. UeneralMdellan's artiole or 'JominK
course, an amrbne, and derives addHIoa-'
ai interest frotn'fne, interview wn!ch.liu.
author'kadwlth ita' subject 'ia'dstahme
laatvear. '''.' .VlTTi rt
Whig.' referring', to
the depa'rtare'ofChlef,' Justice Chase.'
his sojourn 'Id 'that citv was "not
.mirrooahltt'erielallv thai! offielkllv.' That's
the way, to reconstruct lawfully' and'
, The preseut Duke of Alva, havlnggone
to nee Turdou's "Fat'rle." was disgusted
with the character 'given to the great
wrnrer onus title t Heroin, aua wrote to
Sardou, asking him to change tho
namo of the character, and offering evl
dence that Phillip's viceroy was one of
the most amiablo of recorded men.
The "good old days" are admirably
pictured in the following: "At Dunsta
ble, Mass , In 1051, dancing at weddings
was forbidden, and in 1CC0, Win. Walker
wus Imprisoned a month for courting a
maid without tho leave of her parents,
lu 1G70 the wearing of long hair and
sunerlluous ribbons to tie it up, were pro-
lilulteu uy severe penalties."
HEW TYRANNIES PLANNED.
nw I oeas vcai
baOTt- J ava that
The aulk 1 kit Cruahod Llllla
From tha Ht Torlc Ncwi, 23J.1
The President la now couslderin
counto ha uliall adoot to ranrees the
rages and disorders which have lately
arisen In some of the southern states,
v- a iii a.
more especially iu ueorgia. umougu
bo is averse to resorting to tho strong
measure orprociamiug maruai taw, as
recommended by General Hutler to the
secretary of war, he is determined that
life and property shall bo respected
everywhere, and have the fullest pro
tection, uen. xsuuer is oi me opiuiou
that whereas assassinations are commit
ted, and tho assassins escapo, It must be
with the connivance or tue community.
Whenever a murder is committed he
would call on the inhabitants ef the dis
trict for the apprehension of 'tho porpe
trator.wKhkVa saeMtell tisaej aid la tW
event of a non-compliance, would taxe
military possession of the place. He
would pursue a policy or mis Kina unni
the whole South was coerced. Tho pres
ident will try a gentler remedy than this,
but will not hesitate to adopt a stronger
If the occasion should Justify It. The
secretary of war. Gen. Rawlins, feels
'that the loyal people of the South must
beprotecieu, even irummary measures
have to be restored to. Gen. Butler bad
'aa Interview with the president today,
and urn sunieet, among otaer tnings,
was dtocueaed: but the president did Bet
entirely coincide with the Essex county
member, except (a the main poiat that
thedtoerders sboBld be repressed.
The London 'Times,' wmto supposed
to kafsrjrbai IT-toitalkXae.caajFe1
that Great Britain had conceded every
thing possible In the Alabama elalHas.aad
la arbitration has recoanlted everything
arklnally clalaied by the United States,
and that "nothing further will be conce
eed." Now that's absolutely lasulting.
Great Bntaln won't allow any
more than the United Statesbas claimed.
Just think of that. She'll have to be
reconstructed. No nation can be safely
permitted to treat our government in
that way. England must not only
allow all that we claim, but a good deal
more. Otherwise "she makes troubles."
TA dispatch from Helena, Montana,
says from one hundred and fifty to two
hundred Ban tee Sioux attacked,, a set
tlement at Muscle Shell on May 8. 'Sev
enty white menl( Miei..aettlemeat
remained lu the stockade. Sixty sallied
out on the Indians;, when a desperate,
fljtht ensued,1 last! he soven hours. Thir
ty Indians wereklljed.tincluding.a ren-.
khuu iiuit-urtrcu, nun uiriy scaipeu.
The reuialnder retreafed; by swimming,
the river. One white, aiau , was killed
and another badly Wounded. It to re
ported that a reluforcemeut of two or
threo hundred Santee Sioux are coming
up to attack Muscle Shell again. The
whites are prepared. .
Quo of Grant's appointees to consul
ships is a man named Grover. who has
been a: bone butt sr. thaTarebrletorJaf a
clft concert, a speculator iu canned fruit,
debtor to all the drlnkng houses in
which he could get credit. What a
marveleuejugge ofj,meri the -preeJdeut
must havo been to tike such material
when. If hirffriende'tell the 'truth, there
were thirty or, forty Malleaata fo .every
consulship In hto gift!
Ed win Belcher: teetered) aa."
ofthe Third dietriot, pabUehes a cardan
inw morning's 'unroaieie', ana 'sentinel,'
in reAstvsiee to hie lejetef paWtehed lu
York bu; detailing the murder of
Mrl 0tae, oae ef the tenetled members
ofthe Legtolatare, and the aegro man
woo wu wiu MMMunnN m was
killed. Mr. Belcher says hs was misin
formed, and. he ,baltore;fi wiifaUy im
poeed upoa by eertalh ' person i here, 'as
be how learasrajitwfcs'sd ewtaerttyi'that
Mr. Stone and the other person men
tloaed are llviag. "Mr. BelcbeC states
that the letter was a private oae to
Charles Sueaaer,,add regieu its pabllea
tioaw Special dtopatobea from At
lanUvtorblleapeeci ftorth; ;W
nounced the murder of these twomen by
KuKIucee; bat there to hooundatlon- for
the report, the outrages being worked up
to serve the ends of certain parties In the
State who are .fearful of being deprived
of their offices under the ' State govern
A Mr. Heaton, of Madison,' Irid., went
out Maying Saturday morning in com
pany with a boon companion and
"rfeadiyjtig,' ithe contents of which,
sent Heaton into the land of dreams.
Reclining under a tree, with his leg en
cased in spotted paatsv hanging over a
rock, a Teuton who was' out bunting
mistook the leg ora aage snake; and
Ired a larso load of shot Into it. Asa
portion of tho shot entered the knee joint,
(i Silver oie has' been' discovered in
Northern Arkansas; thirteen miles from
rayeiteviue. Tne uepoaii is silver anu
copper mixed, between strata of slate,
aaa an experiencea miner slates That it
isreqaal lq riebaesa.aadf extea to the.
silver mines of Nevada. Some of the
metal extracted from the rocks was for
warded to 8L Louis, and pronounced to
be nearly pure silver. The ore is said to
The Osago (Kanaos)l'CbronlcIe' prints
tho following beautiful al-leg-ory: "We
saw a Burllngame maid of seventeen
?;ay summers, tho other morning, kick a
our months' calf bVcV a throe footfence.
The sight was well, such a leg! wo
almost wished wo were tho calf. Did ho
own the bruto ho should be immolated
upon an altor to Venus be has seen too
much to live."
Ing from that indigestion which results
from dieting on tho cast wind, innocen
tly Inclosed his "stamps" to a patent
meuicine venuer wno auveriiseu a "cer
tain cure for dyspepsia." The answer
due tlmc-aad consisted of the
it. brier prescription: "Die in
arden, and let whisky alone."
N. Y. 'Times.' a radical Dauer
y that Fred 'DouarJaaw will be itolnt
ed postmaster at Rochester, N. Y. The
'Times' adds that no difference will be
made ou account of color, etc., by the
administration. Oh, no! Of course uot
Turn a white man out of office and put
a nigger in. No dhTorencel Qulncy
Sir Francis Head thinks England may
have dormant claims upon the United
States for compensation and apology ou
aceount.-of complications growing out
of theCaaadlauirebelllon of lW".(i
OliYcLegan says: "It Is Impossible
to be-aa aetrees-aHd reUln vlrUe.tL
In i atnal1?amilyf Inlne
eacii mtuic ami
u good aalary
and a. (icmMwat aHuafitto wmrW.:r taate cd.neit.
of reference roqi
lilra.1 A naiv BA
14 Oi mmerclal avenue, Criro,
ThOWJjTKXJS! DOGS1 ?,
that all tha don and.aluU found .running t Urce
IjWitbln the limit, of Hio-cHy of-CaJfty WUiuut tar.
HAc Ibe taXM paid oa the aaron on aj4 artrr the lit
any oi juue, law, the aama (III Dei'deatroyea. Own
er of tloga an4 alula will tie eorerned accordlnitly.
aud caU iMhi Oils 1fanhalra .1' isttiihin
Iere, up atalra, and jpay your dog taxea.' '
ifjrv, up iiair, aaa pay yoariioa laxea,
Oalro.'Tlirleay 9,um. .-'- '(rnj-TMlyr
GEO. T. CVMaU, -
aa Ma Leee, Cairo, Illinoli, U prejiiredjto furnUh
cltlenaorateimboii with the above pUre nrtlclo of
ice t the lowest market price. Citlaena will U re-
(Huccetaor to Vi. ditto. A Co.,)
' I General
myi tr '
INDEPENDENT STMNO BAND.
Cun accommodate ihe public with' m'ualo for bnlU
partiei and Rerennde. ut ahort notice: and on ren.on
table ternii. Lehaon given on every laatruuient.
llPsldoucM on, 15th street, W. Walnut and Cedar,
CAIRO s . ILLl.NQSI
-TIOR HAXK. OHICAP-New OoUae and
i J JL t
tow, comer liOCUK ana nixieemii aireeie.
OKBKN 61LMRT, AUy.e
. iate aupai
T7KK1TCH BLACKIBO Ther Is aMrfoct rttih
r to Uarclayn for tho celebrated Krendi 'Blacking,
ft ji genulae, anil l untuptn.' iei m a baot anJ thoe
OW IS THE HUE To ut yqur hou
n nf the rfav. WatltA I.ead amt tuiiaAaraw alt rni-
Kooa anap?, rainiinc nni wnuowMniauaro ine
on oreiu demantl. At' the OKEENLilKL Prus
m. Man IIaImAa' lit- .
nuuen ana ine--tOM1w4aji kind. nof'Mi nana n
full ttock of ColllelfWhlTSi Lead. clu WbMo Load.
Lonobtar Whlla Lead; alto paint Tarnlahaad white
wah lirmliea. llnrclftra' la tho place, ,Qt
T) Knr.MBKK aim riivriHiipeXE-
Xi That you enn get tho LlRlitnltiK Fly MMr it liar.
cityt: i My nam tlie (cnuinr article, rrefli.rrom trie
tacior)'. it atiracm nioi ami Kill tiictn.
WATER UP rsJUUWINKHH-KtMXFtothacho,
at Harclaya'.K, " "
tlaam.a'aa..i nrnvaw ..rjuuvw vauict,
I large and "null, loro Arm, cry for Hula, raid eat
iNiflif hdwim .watoH ir.m.VBi
itswaw ijuiuaiy reiieTeav-Ji wonna.
a box, ox, i f you wih MaajB acnt by
-Svi nt to Darclay'RTon., and
mey win do aent you
J2 your Mllrenraro bright and ni
the thlnR to mako
tho lntiexicai at Iiartjaja ?
AI.D HEADS) AKB
D TElSTloa D you want arenewaAoi Wiebeau.
TAil brad of hair that you once prided 'fhr If
tirided'rnT' Il ao. to
lo lUrclaya' and lke. jrofl
Ilirretfa, HiUI'a, Tibbefl',
Wooda', Jftyne'a, Mr"Wh
our ckolco of KaMSfativea
t, niD2', Ajrcr'iiClMraiier',
other yo may want, Ineludlnn tlio Jatamaafej,
on otra. eureka.-una
"rANTEU To find tho IpdlrlduatUa Cairo, or
T elsewhere, who ha tried Kerr'a Hyatom Inno
vator without receiving DECIDKI) 1IENRMT. Man)
or our leading cltlzeni tiaro toiled lis virtuea to atn
faction. At llarolaya'. '
rnKY IT MuduoV American Hicrrr Wine, unlike
1 other wineo. la laxative in iti vITccIk. It la A
r.leaamt nnd reliable cure for eotlonca. To be luul
at Ilarcl)V. ,y' V
TiIVOT AtTTIUN RKACE A niBOiior tu.nen-
XT tier forkrta or pnntit an untquulloit braco for
tue anouiuen i always a autpenuer ; a urwre,
O had llarolaya'. Qnlatee free from blUcmeaa, and
yet conlalnloR all the Tlrtttet or commoa uHilne.
()M1-UJV'a TO HA CCO AWTIiiaam. TIjOjo
a wno in io nil I cnewmi! roinoro cm nnu a aurn
care in tuo ue or nurlon'a Antidote, uet a box and
try it. Sendllfty cent o llarclny Ilrothera, t'alro.
and thoy will lend you a box by mail.
-IlUVE, WldaKBEN AXD MlStWDIKN-
11, For Medical bte.' fJbllfornlaandfcfcrtolivi3e
and hrandlei, and Uioibeat article of 'Bowrbon.
and anend fli
arSUaUK Whv ro tanHimlniri
andapendnvetotea-dollari a dnr.lwhen right
hero at homo you oandxiaV- the nelf.
root nnd lively aa itgurgtea freah from t
ai itarciay inus more, on me. itveu r
1 AHDEX NE
BMBKat vesetalilea uf vonr own
lo Harclara' 1
Ie no Mene in lettlnir usaaueeda. no
for Uaden Hetxlt, freah anifwRd. They
n of LandrathV. and tho Hhalaar Keela
ha.ve a full Una of
T AUI KM. ATTK9
ATTKXTieif-lf you want pick and
J choice ot the nlceat lot of fine
voo want the beat
Water, or other to
the way of Co.me
I am prepared
ra for ahadei nTany also
or color aaehaao
ther factory. Extra aiits
made to order. 1
openea a new ana rretn
. a w
whluh 1 will aell aa low aa ''anr other
XXX family Hour $J W) Mr harrrl-wai
it JOUN II. i
nijlldlni (OppoaHjTutlom house) C
pealar In tlroeerle)
in bulk, alwaya on hand.
Ohio Levee, Cairo lllinola,
M Valuable HeaMh Voit, Kto., Kte..
Will be old at imllWTMlvon at a crodit of three aud
aix month, at fliiauaeiif Itounannd Wnter atreeta,
inC'OLUMllUH, KlfJmitKr.on the.S-ldayof Juno,
flSM.i niniiienuliig at Oo'clnok n.in.uud contmuiug till
out: D t.ui.i:mmat a. l,vt, w;iero i. u
llnroe now rcnldoai) t tl
onk TintKK-B'tumr iiiiick iiu.si.nkss house
ANl LOTou Watu
tujfllreot, (latoly occupied by T. Jl.
llorne.) . fiHL4
Three l.lmk Iota on Jioipe ulreet.
' ONK-II.U.K OK illlfcliL'BI.NKS.S HOUSE, three
atorlf, on Water atmtccuplcd ty lttngofc Co., a
W0NK?Flr"T ColwsBVS WATER WOHK.Hj
' All Im1ii In Col urn bui, Ky., nnd bulonlng to esUto
of T. JI. Homo. batikauAtjl ...
Further pArticuiAtunniar Known ai aaie, or inquire
mrCTuAa td Aaalgnee of T. M. Home,
Cor. Eleventh 'iSSd'i'Wa e h Ibk I o a AvH
Keeps n hand the celebrated CranoA Oreeda aud
lUtmoodii metallic buriaU-aacH.
Xiao, black velvet, walnut oritaiuodcornnamade to
Mrl Keith perform hu own work, being a practical
cofla maker, and ia therefore able lo aell cheaper taiaa
'tsykody elie. aayiSaa
Tflint lavender immb
IsJajtlAre. .and Jbh p)U.
t . . - V
HE CAIRO EVENING BULLETIN
t. -xn. ... atx o sue 3fiC
ACHEAPJAND DESIRABLE',' f
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! LARGER CIRCULATION L
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Tluiany otlioridally ppVrer'cr ptiblljScd ia Otiffj
liaviOR rcadcrin l A ' n : i
AdrcrtUc Your Spring tioods;
j a'Ma.HW A'ilontW aM ,mmw
Yof r Latess Style etJlreaIlJeeU ;
Tour Spring and Suaiiicr Ciotkiag";
.-iwriiio-iH'I 1 ili rll
a- h u,mn "4' MM ''"i ' MKM "" asime ,
Kijun aautsuavea sajinnu
m t i.aMywaaaaal " '
Aaeituo evervlhlnar 'd hart tOfcell-Maka! I
your bUfiartMv.KAAkw HW 'WV ttiA
akte .i . iHMVtMrili M, mm' '-
nporuinily la do tliUfu !: owr.'ttis;4 fj
ited in the 611
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