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OFFIdJ3":' Tenth Street Thornton's Building.
i- W la tta tat
SATURDAY i EVENING, FEBRUARY 12, 1870;;
jBUabaX'aMeroa' lias fallen he)rJtoj$l?
000,000 by the death of his father-in-law,
James McGormlc, of Hurrlnburg.
Private citizen of Rochester, New
York, areorcctfH&ilhtf gitAidnlps In front
of their residence';.
' A popular nong anions the young la
dles presented to Prltlce Arthur'!, 'LTt
mo kiss hint for his mother."
The advocates of fcninlo riilU'rafte arc
divided into two lioitlle parties- ono led
hy Miss Anthony atltl Mrs. 'ista'titori,
an J tho other by Lucy Stone and Henry
A correspondent bays that both houses
of the Iowa legislature orieiied their hchs
lons 'without a seinblnnco orjlkn of re
ligious worship." One radical senator Is
aid to have remarked thut "prayer was
not necessary, except for the democratic
members, and they were now worth It."
The president has' sent In the name of
William G. Morris for United States
marshal of California, but tho uppolnt
menthas been met in the ncnato by
transcripts from the court records of that
faUtefrbJcli Hhow.forrWto) lieTS much
fliter cSu'llato for a'llfo term luMa'to
prison than United States ofllce
- - --.. ..
, "Governor Hoffman's mcssao to the
New1 York legislature' ray fh6f New
York 'Free-Trader,' "contains u para
graph about tho tarifT which Is admir.
able. No public man In hl!li ofllco has
I M yet pronounced for tho cauao of truth
and justice so Hnmls'tAk'ably at Governor
Hoirmao ha douo. There id nothing
dubious about the governor's declara
tions; they ring out the broad, the whole
'colored brother,' In 'Akron, Ohio,
named Green colored black, not in ac
cordance with his name has sued the
manager of u skating rink because his
black emeralds have boon refused per
mission to skate with children of blond
tr hue and sensltlvo noses. Social equal
ity will follow political, ahd probably the
enforcement of odortferousnesj destroy
Tho Washington correspondents are
having a good deal of fun over tho nom
ination by tho president of Francis A.
Walder, of Masnnchusctts, as superin
tendent of the next cer. us. It appear
that Mr, Grant hus mado a blunder. In
this appolntmout, inasmuch as he. ha
no right to mako It all, and tho senate
has nothing to do with such an officer.
The law of 1850 In regard, to thof ceiwus,
till fn fordoVadth'oriics the Secretary of
Iht iuterlor to appoint the superintend
ent of tho census.
Savs the New York 'Sun': "The
amendment 'confers the ballot upon'
about 000,000 negroes, 600,000 of whom
reside In tho old slnveholding (dates.
It glyes tho suffrage to 60,000 in three
southern states which tho democratic
party now hold tenaciomly, namuly:
in Kentucy, 47,000; In Maryland, .14,600;
in Delaware, 4,500 a force which may
provo sufficient to revolutionize their
pollticslf it should all be thrown against
that party." ,
Do&rmi uxanATi:FUL. "
Republican .newspapers, commenting
on the opinion of Chief Justice Clime on
tho validity of tho legal-tender act, can
readily seu why a debt contracted to be
paid In coin should not bo paid Jn the de
preciated paper currency. Such notion
.gives the credllorleis than lie lent. It
violates tho contract'and Is altbgethcr
The samu' newspapers can understand
Tvliy debU made since tho pannage of the
legal-tcnder net should be paid In cur-:
reucr. To rcqulro coin would requlro
from tho debtor a much greater amount
than he received, or than he agreed to
pay aud would be altogether cruel und
'outragOQUs, ' . '
All this Is so plain tiiatlteb'ms Vo bo
.an aiTeoUtlou of simplicity and. chilli:
Ishness to statu Jt, aud yot, clear us It I,
and truo beyond nil doubt or cavil, the
v.eryjuowspnperw iKasouiug thus cannot
see why Uio.fiveftweidy bonds ought to
bo paid incurrency", What cleara'thelr
preceptlons iu the one instance darekus
them in the "other.
The bonds i were Issued since tho pas
sage of the legalitender act. Treasury,
notes were, received for them. The con
tract was to pay them in treasury notes,
and this ugrcement was so explicit that
there could bo no misunderstanding
concerning it. What justice Is there in
paying them in coin? Who will nn
.swor? Exchange. '
Wo will,' At tho darkest' moment of
ourcountry's history, when rebel hordes,
(u tho flash, of victory, litfriaced our
borders; when another 61 iSw"pr dni I s c d
to, demolish our governmental fabric and
render our greenbacks as valueless as
ihe paper upou which they wpre printed ;
when the government was In a financial
strait that compelled her to offer ten ier
cent, and unheard of exemptions to,
-those wlio hud hoarded iter money then
didn't the gfelluut und patriotic capital
ists of tho country "come dpwu( with
their cash?' What If they did dole out
ontf'dollnr td our needy army ami exact
aocurlty for two? Tho beautiful fafth
'they exhibited In tho Indestructablllty of
of our government, should be remem
' 'ored aud rewarded. (
It you cau place auth glorious patriots
( ii a footing v itli the soldier who fought
In .tho'jfleld, on the needy wldo ft jlio
gave up her only son, a sacrifice to her
country why then return their loan, re
cognize their beautiful faith, In "depre
ciated rags." if, those. ijnselllsli, capital
1st are no' hotter than, anybody.: .else,
why then adhere to the cold letter of the
contract, and return what they gave.
They only ask 100 cents for what cost
them 40 cents, und it will be a sorry day
for our government when It refuses to
pay the bondholders this trifle as a
recognition and reward of their pa
triotism und 'beautiful faltU'Mu tho
stability of'our Institutions. '? '
THE ST. 'LOWS "Xv CHICAGO
.iAk schools. ,
The Chicago 'Times' 8C.n& (oV&lrik
that there 16 one dejiarfme'nt',4 at, least,
of the public servlco In" which 'Chicago
may profitably learn a jeasouof .edbsc
und economy from St. Louis: "
The annual report of the boardto'f St.
Louis public schools comprising tho re
ports of the. president and superinten
dentmakes a pamphlet of thirty-two
pujies, and was priuted (handsomely,
and on good white paper), at a cost ot,
perhaps $150. The Chicago report makes
u book of 31S pages, and cost $4,600.
The St. Louls re'port Is made up wholly
of Information relating to tho conduction,
und Interests pf tho schools. The Chicago
report Is nwdd "up1 chlcffy'of sentimental
essays; reports of school committees;
that ougltt to have constituted tho Bub
Ject matter of a brief report by the presi
dent of the toard, and much other maU
ter of no value, Interest or Importance.
The same relative diflerence tlut ap
pears between these reports, also ap
pears In tho relative cost of sohool
houses in St.,LouUiund Chicago. 'The
'Chicago hoard" cannot -build a school
house to accommodate seven hundred
children for less than eventy-flve or
eighty thounand dollars. The' St. Loul8
board can do it for $42,000. Tho most
costly public school hutue in St. Louis
was built four $4.r,000. Every ono who
has seen the Bt. Louis school houses will
concede that most of them are in every
repect as suitable, as substantial, and as
durable as any public school bouso hi
WHO AHK Tltr.'kM'UBIATOM?
IKtom the Qa(nc7.IieflJ.J
If tho supreme court has decided, as
it Is said, tbattho Isgal tender net was
unconstitutional, that grcenbaoks will
not pay public or private debts who are
tho repudiators? Congre enacted the
law dechiriug these greenbacks to be a
legal tender in payment of all debts,
Dublin noil private, except duties on cus
toms and Interest on tho public debt. If
tho hUpreme court, as N maintained, ban
ti'jw decided that theno greenbacks
tire not n legal tender, that nobody is
lawfully required to receive" them iu
pfivnieht of atiyilriulfc' or'prlvatfc debt,
wj ask agnlnywhofftre'thropudlators?
Oh, of course theso "cop
erhead democrats!" lhcn, wll
foine radical friend be kind ensugh to
tell utfwhatraur democrat had to do with
canslnrthe Issue of TUie greonhacks,
with the actof cougrasa tbaiiiuado them
a leal tender? lu.spito of till that can
be done, thero Is a taint and a smell or
stink of repudiation connected with this
matter that tho radical U-adcrs must be
culled upon to explain. It was a radical
government that says greenbacks -won't
pay debts. Who are tuu repudiators?
Tho PuWIc Debt.
'Ilew tkcOUUillcals Weduco II.
Vtom tUe NwOrlni nallciln.J
"Reduction' of Mho public debt
,,-! ? II anri tin. Kaiv Ynrt 'l'lmx
"Tho dimitiultion c fleeted. during the
month Just ended Is $3,033,004 making
the ugregate reduction since the 1st of
March, ISO, not less thau $80,040,671.
Thlils au achievement of which tho
country as well us the administration
may well beprdud." iJet us seo what
there is in this financial exploit to till
the hearts of'nu Intelligent and thrifty
people with feelings of triumphant exul
tation. Tho intcrustsaved by extiugush
ing $60,000,000 of debt In $4,b00.
000 for !6tio .year. Hut it
'has coat the taxpapera of the country
not less than 107,lWO,w01CA.ih down In
eold valuo .to jmuko this wivjng. Had
'tlie Government been .willing tq,spare
them the costly glory .of paying u. debt
twenty years botoru lUg maturity, $ii2,m
L-OOiOOO of .thla .$07,000,000 might havo
been given buck to them in the shape of
a reduction of taxes. Tills would haVo
been equivalent to upwards or $72,000,
000 in curreucy added to their cash
capital. Applied to tho .cultivation of
cotton ut an nveruge price of tllo past
.twelve iinonttis, tliat .ttuiur would. nave-!
yielded a profit of not Iess;lhun twenty
llvo per cent., or $18.000,0v0. There are
many other industries in which cusli
Investment to the amount, namt-d
would provo equally - productive
Jlut tho opportunity of "turning, tho
money to this advantage deijlod to
tho people for tho sako of saving- six
perconf. on $80,000,000, p( ldobt(die' In
twenty yeart. Tnat Is to sayj QpO.OOO
Is struck from tho cash capital of tho
business of the country, and $18,000,000
from J he profits of its Industries, in order
to confer upon tho country the wondrous
boon pf$4,600,00Qlesaoi inteqst.r And
all thls VhlfeSlOO.OOO.OOO'in coin ertdlva-.
lent to ?120,000,000 in currency,ltaken
-from thVeash capltal'of. the business of
thoo6untry, it held by tbstreasury in
atately idleness; .'though it might-earn,
if remitted. 4o itaxpayers, a profit of
twenty'or twenty-flve per cent. If a
man were seen engaged la this, sort of
financiering, with referonco to his private
all'alrs his'famjly or 'his friends would
soon bo taking measures for putting him
under legal Interdiction, Unfortunately
an imbecile or luuatlo policy iu admin
isiering 'the 'natlWiivl Jluunces Is not
amendable to legal remedies of this nat
tun. - - " ' ' ' '
ninif nr OKK.1T KATKIIN.
Dr.'.HalI fcays that'great eaters never'
live long. A voracious appetite, so far
from being a sigh of good health, is, a
certain indication of disease. Some
dyspeptics arc always hungry, and feel
better when eAtiug; hut us fcoon as they
have finished eating, they euduro tor
mcuts.so distressing in their nature us to
make the linhappy" victim wlshfordcath.
Tho appetite of health is that which is
Inollned to cat moderately when eatlnir
time comes, and which, when" Hatlsfint
leaves no unpleasant reminders. Mulu
tudes measure their health by the quim,
tlty they eat; and out of ten persoun,
nino are gratified with an' increase of
weltrht. when in reality it Indicates an
increase In disease showing that the ab
sorbent of tho system are too weak to
dlscbargo their dutyAad tho tendency
to fatncssrt67)UcHlty, Increases, until ex
istence becomes a burden, and sudden
death closes tho painful history.
How to txy off a iquarc acre of ground.
Mcarure 209 feet on each aldo and you
vill have a squro aero within an Inch.
t'antenis p on acre An aero contains
4,840 squaVe yards.
A square nillo contains 040 acres.
Measure of dlttancctA mllo is 02S0
feet, or 17(50 yards In length.
Afatliom Jg six feeL. , , ,. k
A league is: tliree. miles. .
A Sabbath day's journey is 1165 yards
this is 18 yards less than two-thirds of
a mile.' . ,
A day's Journey Is 33 miles.
"A'cnblth? two feet.-
A great cub!t" is 11 feet.
A hund (horse mcasuro) is four indies.
A palm Is tlireo inches. ;
A span is 10J inches. i
A space is three feet. ,
Jlarrcl Mcavnc.X. barrel of flour
weighs 100 pounds. ,
A barrol of pork 200 pounds.
1 H A barrel of rice COO pounds. , i
Afburrel, of powder 25 pounds, i .
Aflrkln of butter, M pounds. ' '
A tub of butter Rl pounds.
Iiushtl Measure. Tim following aro
sold by weight per bushel:
Wheat, beans and clover seed, 00 lbs.
to tho bushel.
Corn, rye, and flax seed, 50 pounds.
Buckwheut, 62 pounds.
Oats, 32 pounds.
Bran, 20 pounds.
Timothy seed, 46 pounds.
Coarse naltfi6 pounds.
Vorlout Weight and Measures, A ton
of round timber Is 40 feet; of squared
timber At cubic feet.
A commercial bain of cotton Is 400
A pack of wool is 1140 pounds.
A seotlon or government laud Is 040
acres, (1 mile.)
A liquid ton ls'252 galloni.
A box 104by 101 inches an? eight Inches
deep contains abtinhel.
A .Wan TUgH Up tlic Hotly or IIIh
Wife mill Throw it Outnldo
the Iliirylne Ground.
(rroni U!-'9jriew Courier J
The particulars ofaead caie of nib
taken identity conies to us from the town
of Hkaneateius. It weems that a bhort
followed tho. death of a woman of ouoa
tlonable ehaructor, whoso remain) were
also laid in the Haaie Hold by kind humid.
Tho funeral or tho orrlng ono was atten
ded a few week9 hIiico. A lew good Ka
marltanH laid her to rest. They did not
pay particular attention a9 to tho placo
wherothe tainted one should He. It hap
pened that alio was hurled near tho wlfo
of '.'Dives,'' and the poor and rich would
bnvq quietly slept their last ileep, side
hy side, had not other event taken place.
Again the angel of death visited tho
rich man's elegant dwelling, and this
lime his arrow pierced a shining mark.
A much loved and beautiful daughter
was stricken down, and again the father
mourned the n&s of another loved one.
Sho'waB burled besldo her mother, as the
father supposed, Owing to the Inclem
ent aeaaou of the year no headstoue had
been raised over tho graves of the mother
or daughter. Tho friends of tho fallen
ulster did not design to mark her grave,
but were willing her namo should bo for
gotten. After tho liut funeral had taken place,
tho father began to question in his mind
whether or not Lis daughter had been
burled in tho. proper pUco he?lde her
mother. He examined tho locality care
fully, and llnally concluded that the wo
man of questionable reputation slept be
tween his loved ones! ho matter pray
ed upon his mind to such a degree that
it gave him no rest day or night. Con
tldorable time had elapsed, so that there
was no opportunity for ascertaining, by
reference to the bodies, whether or not
Huoh'uu.error had been made. Tho futh
ef finally procured, a spade, and proceed
lng,to tb.ii, burying ground avowed hit
of bad character- Ho did eo, and throw
the body and coffin outside the burylug
ground. The neighbors were Ipcenved
at this action, aud gathered about the
remains tho next day. Qno of them
happened.-' to. pck up the plate of the
eotlln. which was to covered with run
that the Jetteis were, qulto unintelligible.
Dilllgently- lie soroped tho plate aud
finally ho was ablo to distinctly make
out the num6. thereon, and behold, tho
husband had dug up and cast to, the
winds theemaliM1 of his own wlfo.
Of courso, nil of the remains that could
bo cotton together were decently interred
.again besldo tho daughter. .Our In for-;
mant-is n retipeciuoio resment or the
above locality, aud vouches for tho.
truti of his statomehta.
reo r.r.. On.or.il W,.l l,,old or excha.ge for
yeuypropcrl.-. rlSpf AW.
-a.v. evwe n Wtllliy UIUU UiCU '
near Blicphord'K .Station, and Ut noma
good '.and hulllcient reason the cornso 1
was hurled in tho Potter's Kiold. Thon I
ATTORNEYS ' rH
HEEN & GILBERT,
Attorneys and Conmcllors at Law,
William1 II. Urcrtt, )
William ft. Ullbcrl, CAIRO, ILL.
Hllen - Ullhcrt, J
Bpeclo) attention siren toAJmirtlly nl Steinboat
Ofllee on' Ohio levc, Itoome
arir tt Natlennl BaK.
LLEN, WEJUB & BUTLElt,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office. In Iiro' Nvr BalldlBf,
Corner of EterenUi itreet and Ccmmereltl Ateao
II. Walioa W.bb, JlUlXO.-ILL
L.P.HatUr, ) d
yJ"ULKEY, WALL it WIIEELEK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
John II. Mulkkt, ")
so; ALL I CAIRO, ILL.. ,
Ofllee nmm; mad 9 Wlalr' JIIm
decal'Cldtr . .
1 E. ALBRIGHT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Uflci.mMi r.'4-Uik Mt- wt mm. WaaU.
1 .1 f. r
Will practice In tlif uul the ajjolnlnz Judicial. ell:
cnltf. and mitre rollcetioni la Ibe nelMiberlaacBUav
tit ur jiioiinia KentueKT. " -
QANDEE & M0RRI8,
Notaries Public and Insurance Ageatft
OFFICE No. 71 Ohio Letts, City National
Bank Building. dec21tf
FIRE AND MARINE!
MERCHANTS Ins. Co., or Chicago;
CAPITAL AND ASSETS....-. S3B.71I 11
SECURITY Iu. Co., of 5cw Torkj
CAPITAL AND A8SKT3.... 91,733,119 00
COMMERCIAL Inn. Co., of Chicago:
CAPITAL AND ASdETS. ....$ 3 10,0 It SI
i INDEPENDENT Ins. Co., of Boston
' CAPITAL AND ASSETS .e MO.O0O no
SANGAMO In?. Co., of Sprliiglleld ;
CAPITAL ANO ASSETS..
AURORA In?. Co., of Aurora, lll.jj(
CAPITAL AND .CS3ETS,......i SlC.Osb 11
STATE. Fire In!. Co., .er ClBTelin VO.p
CAPITAL AND AS3ET3..... 33.1.019 flb
J. fi. KEAIIDEX Sc CO., Agl,
mvlf. Ore Flr( National kk.
HE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
IAQARA, NEW YORK;
GERMANIA. NEW YORK:
" AWTT. :4l,NMM
HANOVER, NEW YORK;
AS.ETU-. ...... t736,7 la
REPUBLIC, NEW YORK;
ComprlilnRihe Underwriter Ajencj.
YONKERS, NEW YORK;
ALBANY Cm"; T '
FIREMAN'S Ft'ND, 8 AN FRANCISCO
A!1ET3, (Oold) ..$67,000 00
SECURITY, NEW YORK; (Marine.)
ASSETS 1.432,849 00
KtoreJi, dwelling!, furnilxre, nulla and earcuea
Innured at rate (AfOtaUa aa aound ptrruaaenl
ecunly will warrant.
I reapettfuiljr a.kaf theclllMrncf ealro, aibareof
"" 0. N. IltlOITEA,
' OfBoe. at Firal National Hank.
GRAND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING.
QARL h. THOMAS,
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL FAINTER;
hop-In the Perry Houae, Corner Cornmorcajl
'" i 1 ..'i -4 - --1
JJRY OOODS AND GROCERIES.
I V THE I OUUTII WARD.
Haj Inirpduoed Into W Kourth Ward drjeer e.ub.
luhment a Dry booda dep.vlmene.'emtraclns er
article unully foand la tho regular dry itooJ. houfej
of tho city, ' "
Hiavlv uh! Tuiivx Iirj (Seedi.
Of erery deaqrlptiun, JIvlrf, Xo(on, IlooU and
felloes, and a complete utortmeut'ifenrrallr.
The patronage tf ,th putllo u InrlttU, thnpronrle.
torguarranttetngto atll anylhlogln hia lln,Vhehr
Ilry (iooda or lirocenea, aa cheap aa tliat ran be
ooiiht anyw here in the qltyj
H.-nieinber tho plare, next door lo the earner of
Poplar ami A'ipile-Mh Itrert. - M
Ehefirnrery eta)ilhm,ent at ino. corner of Sixth
an. I Coroineiolal, will bo maintained a uauol, one ef
the Wt Blocked In the city, oeltiif.
,p ,M,.WARD, , .
ip i 3aT Wo
1 a.HuWeofd.twd.or -IM,..
W. STHATT0N. ' ' T. DW
gTRATTON A BIRD, w ' "
(floecf-ori WStrtilton. IfailiOTi CTtrk),'' 'v
Grocers and Coau-isSiW Mn
Anenteoi , . 0
Am.rlc.r. JPowrtrr ro.,m MMttUiiMn
J M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Sdcceitora to K. B. n,lVfW. tn, i
-1'' - I Ut
Fnrardif m4 CeMUtle Mrca4a
WHARrOATApianiiaJ( " '
OaIx-o - -XUlzxolj
Liberal Advances Made, m OonilgmmnMi
Ire prepare,! to reoelte, ttoni or foriafd treigfcti ii
ended wwitfi promptneee. MlMave '
Q W. GREEN',
Qesaral Com-JmIo Kt4k, 't ,a
oAoff. -t rrIMA
Q, D. WILLI AMSOU,
PRODUCE AND COkhllMIOjr' ' ' "
no. to Vtoojjttte.
BpecUI attention tire a lo "--'jfiiMnifa
boat stores, groceries'' aiu) p10
XIO. Olxlo Xjmvmm.
FLOUR MERCHANT AND
2V. e Ohio Z,e-ee, Car, IUUai.' '
Ordera lollciled and
t rompUjp and; aMIrali)Ml
DYAfl T. PAItKKIl. Jon. B. PHOLU.5
pAJlKEB & PJIIIjLIS, ' '' j'.f, J
i r 91
B3 : Connlsdon and Fonranlltiir Xccl?anU
Wor, toru, Oah,'lmn, nail Nil Hlujafl 'ail
i. l i -yif e
I. D. ATKES.
YERS Jk CO.,
nf Mi !
k:. T :
CMM MS I ON ME Il'cj&Ajf T
tlo. 133 Olt!3r,eree, OAUROa'11.1.
a bm J
Dealer In (Jroeerlei, Mm., riiCrValJR2urs
Ma i m ac'r;1.,
In bulk, alwaya on hand. Corner EfgVUi(afeU!''
Ohio Lew. Cairo lllluota. VWjiT
JOHN W. TROVKH eVCO1!4-.
BROKERS AND EXCHANGE ' liEALKKS
Kighth atreet, aecoid door Utxjm"jaf
EXCHANGE ON '.'.i w
tireat Urltaln, I KoutlimitVmia7,
Xrtkni Gernaajr, Swetlea,
, AUe, rga Tlckete trow Jtletta MT
lAtmynvl, London, Htm-, Antt-rfiiUmrmmm
and Hamburg, to Nsm York,
Or loe-y point Weei, -tMA
dfcira.n' ' "
tain nfKVueiii. a wbw , '
In Elliott St Itaythornee Boel smjffMfSsff,
'Cgtiwtdpne a ahori n'otlee, itatrNl
JOHN W, TIIOVBR &CO, aJf , ,ft
Real Eitate, Bond aad Stoek Broker.
Will Btiend fo'tha narmant af'Stt fVuniv mmA r
Eiortu aiaT. sstonddoor from Com. iM.
1rf!iAtt ' at an. '
STOVES, TINWARE, CTC,'
II A LLKY'S C II A R T K R i O A K
tiTOVE STORK '
i .' popper, Tin aud Sheet Iron
iT O B BINT G- ,m .0EC O 3E
RoofibK, Outterlnr;, Spodtlnc a'nU'Slea'mboat Wor
ne.iaauat Md.uttntul ratui.tr, vat baMnu
oi en., i
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