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OFFICE: No. 13 Tonth Street. Thorntoij's Buildinp;.
SATURDAY EVENING, MAUCH J9, J870.
JOHN II. OBERLY & CO
ICvery Chinamen Is to bo vuoolnatod
upon 1i!h atrlvat In Sun Finndfeco, CuL,
anil tlio Lcgl.ilittuie prohibits tlio ro
moval of Clttiito iluntl from Unit Ktutu.
It In stated Unit the colored radical
Mi..M'ppi .Senator N studyliu tlio eon
ntitutlon with tlrelo.s vigilance. If IiIk
wliHe-sklnned hrethoron of Uiu wmu
fultli would follow his example, the
country would not be so frequently
cutset! hy radical blunders iiinl exccL-of-
Ex-Governor McCormlck of Arizona,
the present dolcgato In cuugreii, is con
sidering the propriety of appointing a
very intelligent Indian boy of his terri
tory to u cadutshlp at West Point, in u
companion for Charles Sunnier Wilson,
the negro hoy appointed hy (Jen. lint
ler. Governor Holileti, of North Carolina,
N trying to impress upon Co tit; res the
base falsehood that thu condition of
nU'uIrs in that Kta'te calN for the Inter
ference of the ('lilted States troop. Thu
greatest need of troop there It to shoot
'down carpetbag thieve who nre plun
derliig the people.
General Logan's intimation of a will
Ingiiess to uccept u reiiomliiatlon at the
liiintUof lili party, has played havoc
with tho aspirations of Moultoti, Oglesby
and other ambitious lights of the party.
They Mibniluiiilctly, for the very good
leason that they can't help themselves.
That hope deferred maketli the heart
sick, Is a fuct they can nowiwear to, uu
The Immaculate .Sheridan lias a novel
plnn.for settling our Indian complications
It Is nothing mure nor less than to kill
oll'tlie Indians ns fast as they become
troublesome. 1'or Instance, when, after
helug lied tonnd disappointed about the
receipt of their annuities tliey lnatiife.it
any impatience, a largo forco of soldiers
should" be at hand to hew them to pieces
with the sword. In a very short time
thl "plan" would work out the utter an
nihilation of the "red inini," and what
glorious consummation "that would
77: SALE OFCADETSIIIPS, -'t'O-V.
ti. uk J)."
The country will honor th-ii. 1omii for
his feurle-s cll'orts to purge Congrei of
I in corrupt and mercenary member! of
Its Whlttemore and icallawag Rullen-.
In the hoii'e on Wednesday lust, the
Committee on Military allalri made an
other report ou the Hale of cadetnhip,
and four members of the committee,
Geo. Logan and OUb, republicans, and
(Jens. Morgan and Sloctim, democrats,
roportedMnlfuvor of thu expulsion of Rod
rick It. Rutler, of Tenneasef, while four
other member of the committee. Mew. I
.Stoughton, Aper, Negley and Packard,
all republican", merely stibMillted n reso
lution censuring Hutler. Two membr
of the committee do not slmi either ie
port. The evidence wa ordered to be
printed and thi cao will be called up to
morrow. The testimony show that
while no bargain wa made for the iip
polntinout at the time it wa given, amim
of money was paid several month after
wards by thu father of thu cadet, which
vu accepted by Hutler, and u-ed, u he
allegin, for campaign political purposes.
As it requires two-thirds of the house to
expel a member, it is not certain that
tiie resolution fomxptilslon will be adop
ted, though thu indication Ih Unit way,
Although Hutler is a radical, Ills courre
when ho was a member of the rebel
Tennessee Legislature, is fresh lit tlio ,
minds of member of the houn, and
doe not tend to oll'ect much .sympathy j
for him now. In I SOI and '&2 he second
ed nnd supported the famous resolutions ;
which proposed to "hurl back with con- ',
tempt ttie base proposition of thu usurper '
Abraham Lincoln," to send a peace com
missioner to the South. When thu
Unionists in East Touue.wo burnt the
railroad bridges, Hutler Introduced a reso
lution to equip n force of the bloodhounds
to hunt thoin down'. .Twenty of the
parties were caught and imprisoned with
Gov. Hrownlow, but afterwards huinr by
the rebels. When Mr. Hutlerapplled for
a eat in thu House ill republican col
league, Mr. Mulllns, made a .similar
statement to tills, and opposed ills ad
mission. 'not n ah.
Thu following, which we llud in the
Evansvlllo 'Courier,' (one of or most val
ued democratic exchanges) isn't bad
A good deal of parado lias buoii mado
of thu fact that the treasurer of Hutler
county, O., has turned out to ho a de
faulter and Unit lie wus n democrat. The
fuel only establishes n point which no
body ever disputed Unit, by hard eliort,
a democrat can ho a mean a a radical.
We concede that there are nomo yerv
mean men who belong to thu democratic
party, Inn they are fclmply mistaken as
to tneir naiurai piaco. iney siioinii uu
radicals, but, accidentally got Into re- i
spectatdo society . itiey utwiiyii go over
to the radical party as soon as their Ini
quities are exposed. Tlio defaulting
treasurer of Hutler county will probably
turn up In Georgia, wliuro lie I likely
to bo elected to coifyross as a radical car-net-bairucr.
HN defalcation will be a
ii limp card for him uniior tho recon-
utrntliin nt't.s. . t j ?
GOOD GO AH.
The effervescent 'Don l'intt'eays:
I heard a good thing about Judge Hoar
thu other day. A friend akud niu If 1
knew how the foundation of Judge
Hoar's fortune was laid, and on my re
sponding In thu negative, my friend said
that when tlio Parker House was being
built In Rostou thu Judge eubscribed ten
thousand dollar on condition that he
should have the naming of the hotel.
When called for, (the name,) the com
pany found lie had called It afterhlmself.
He was paid forty thousand dollurs to let
the company oil'.
"It would have been so awkward,"
said my friend, "when thu train come
in to have fellow bawling: "Kar'yo'r
omnibus for thu Hoar House."
True enough; but it would have been
tlio best patronized house In Hostou,
Tin: jrissislsippi senator,
The Washington Correspondent of thu
Chicago 'Tribune, speaku as follows of
thu colored .Senator from Mlsslslppi:
The now negro Senator (Revels), has
shown good sense and discretion since
ho took his Place in the Senate. Ho his
tnoreilitriiitv than some of Ills white col
leagues, who wanted to do a subllmo net
of "noetlc.il lustlco" hy routing Senator
Hoss. of Kunsu. from his seat, because
formerly Jell'. Davis occupied it. Hovels
was then to be transferred to thu said
pat that prophecy might ho fullllled.
Jtiss spoiled prophecy by refusing to glvo
no Uiu nluee lie had wurmed with Ills
broad neirls: and tlio spiteful voice of
Senator Ponsaslnotum was heard to say
that it wa like Hoss; it was like the
nroh non-lmpenclier; it suiliced for urn.
All because he wunted to keep Ills
clinlr. If Revels INtens to somo of tlio
loons who are trying to make a parade
of him and degrade him Into a pillar of
vindlctlveness, he will go crazy, like that
darkey Chiistoplie, of Hay ti, whoso Im
perial head whs turned by his uniform.
Xeithershould Revels nut himself in thu
lmnd of that clique of well-to-do Afri
cans of Washington who are trying to
use him as a batterringram whereby
they can break through walls orproprio
tv and keep themselves In a sort of nol-y
pVomlnence. If there ever wasu poor
and sincere darkey, it 1 Hovels, who
came here with thu earnest purpo-o of
being useful, attentive, and studious.
They ore trying to make a huge toy of
lilm, like somo of the Asiatic Idols;
and till attempt to crowd him into the
particular seat of Jeirerson Davis was uu
worthy of tiie Intellect of anybody out of
ii French theatre. I had made up my
mind when Hovels came here to have a
talk witli him, and decribu him at
length, but there were so many penny
trumpet blowing tho good man' pral-e
that i could not llnd tlio heart to help
make him ridiculous by exaggerating
him so greatly. Ho Is a middle-aged
man, of Ilt,ht complexion, short, erl-py
hair, n Hue straight uoiu. and his other
features are those of a fair looking mulat
to. There Is not a particle of dramatic
heroism In his person or face, and It Is
not probable that he will bu more than a
n-eful and lilcasant Senator, unless lie be
exasperated by adulation and killed in
MISCELLANEOUS SEWS PARA
G HA PUS.
Among the candidate for thu vacant
chairs In the French Academy oru Kd
iiiond About and thu Count Mnntesquiou
Feretizac, an ordauanco olllcer under
The old Sixth Massachusetts Regiment
are arranging to celebrate, at Lowell,
Massachusetts, tho anniversary of their
parage through Baltimore, the 19th of
Walker, the painter of "Gettysburg,"
has received an order from Gen. Hooker
to paint "Tho Rattle Above thu Clouds"
nt lookout Mountain, the price to he
A regiment of regular troops will ho
sent to Tennessee, to be stationed in vari
ous parts of the State, to assist tho
United State Marshals in carrying out
thu United StAtcftlawd, and thu carpet
bagger in robbing tho people.
Tlio recont charity ball In Xew York
for thu bonullt of thu Nursery and Child'
Hospital, exhibits tho following balance
wtieet : Gro receipts, 4 17,715 00; expen
ses, $3,207 03. Net proceeds, $1C,M7 97.
Jerome Honaptirte, u grandson of
Madam Patterson Honaparto, of Haiti
more, grand nephew of the groat Nu
jtnk'on mid a ciiiituln in tho Froncliurmy,
thrived In New York on Monday oven
n I ni; lint.
A utroiiB pressure Ih bi-lng lirmi(,lit to
. . ' . ...
nt'iir iiKiilnut tlio pas.sujjo of tlio Army
bill by (lie Somite, but tlio proxpeots for
It hiicco'S nrogood. The Nuval Coin
nilttfo uro prcpurini; u rtlinllar bill in re
liition to tlio nuvy.
A movpiucnt 1ms boon commenced In
Now Yorlt to raise monoy for tlio fuml
lien of tho oiticors and sailors of t ho Oneida.
Rrltlsh resIilentH in New York oiler to
subscribe, nnd denounce the conduct of
Three hundred and thlrtysovon doe
tors of medlclno were graduated last
week, by four college in Philadelphia,
lucludingl.ourtceu by tlio Woman's Medi
cal College, uud one hundred and sixty
by Jofl'owon Medical College.
The Layfayetto (Ind) 'Jollrnal, say:
"One of our Justices of the Peace, tlio
other evening, married ti couple, tlio
tlrtt husband of tho brldo having com
mitted suicide, tho Recoud was sent to
tho penitentiary, aud the prosont Is old ,
enouiih to ho her father. s 1
A.VOTHKIl IK,1 I'll I A liAJIUMNU
From tin Now York (itole.J
During the past week there died sud
denly in this city a prominent political
nnd a well known sporting man. Ho
hao a brother now In tho Mate Senate,
and hu himself held a lucrative position
under the cltv iroveriimcnt. Tho papers
till published obituaries of him, giving
tho particulars of Ins death, etc.. but,
strange toay, none of Uie'accounts n to
the place of lilsdeath agreed. One I
Unit wlille visiting u friend ho was r d
denly struck down ana died; another,
that ho died in his own house; another,
that he fell nnd expired In the street, etc.
Thu truth respecting this man's death has
been carefully excluded from the papers,
but, not wlthstuudlng this, tho facts are
well known here. Ho was an Inveterate
gambler, and at tho tinio of his death
wus engaged in gambling In a faro bank
on Hioadway. lie wan playing heavily
and had lost a good deal of money. Uo
had Just laid a largo amount ou a card to
win on the last turn, or, in gambling
parlance, had "called the turn." and
won. The dealer asked him to tuko
up his "checks," and then It was dis
covered ho was dead. Bunding with
one hand resting upon the shoulder of u
friend, also engaged in playing, and tho
other full of "checks,1' and his eyo fixed
on the "nlne-jpot". of hearts on which
he hud made his lust bet death came
upon him. nnd without a struggle, or
oven n sigh, he died. So sudden and so
noiseless was his death that no one was
aware of It until attention wus attracted
to hi in by the fuct of his not picking up
ills checks when ho had won.
ONE WEEK AT THE ATHE.V.EUM.
.Saturdaj Ercninp, March liltii, 1870.
THE WOJU.D RENOWNED TKAGKDIAN,
P. Nl'KEAH BUCHANAN,
Vho j-rfcrTinnef i to Mliho rrlucfl tlicair"
tnfrrt Ilrluin, Auttrtl a, Cat. ram.. n.l otkr
prt of America. tfn with erf t
tthmUum liy Mrnl ani fihlonb!- iMlw
rti, a iid pronounce! to m imon tlio (rrttt .r
inrtiici, Uipoit" I'jri K.rtUCIon
fcel-,tMfrom ih-i'riii-ir".l ThmtrMOf
ltoMon, New York and Philadelphia.
Saturday ETcniu?, March tilth, 1S70,
Th p'rformsni-" to romm'neo with Kotibur"
Death of Rolla,
ROLLA, McKEAH BUCHANAN
TIif Eirninc' EutrrtAinmrnt to cinclujc with
tltetimt iloml bmmiiof
TEH NIGHTS IH A BAR ROOM
Character l) the Compini.
Clmncr of l'rocranunc i:nrli KrrnliiK.
Door on at T o'clock. Curtain "n s oVIo'-l;.
.Ailmiitlon UV. Ilecrre l imiiM, iloioltlrn
ojwn ntxy day at 1U o'clock, a in.
Saturday allt-ronon at i o'clock KranJmatlnff
IVlcci rc-Iucd; children lie; odalta S'c.
I'ucle Tom'a Cnbtn will bp.Actfd.
it. W, MAYNAKP, Ant.
) RICES REDUCED.
The South Western Prmtine and rnbliihlnz Ano-
riation haro romuleied arraticeineuti Hnerrl.r iliev
r ensi led tomjiplv rnad aubx-ritcrt, either ainjly,
LEADING MAGAZINES AND WEEKLIES
at pulllihera' owetclub rate either of the follow-
er' Mapaunr, llrrper'a SVekly, llarier'a ll.tar.
Atlantio Muiitlilj, Tli (lalmr, rutntin l.ig.i:ine,
App.eton i Journil, llliicntt'it M,,izin, Jllack
vnod', Franl1 I.eUie'a lllmtrted Montlllv, 1'ranlc
I.el:e' IMutnvted Nenmiawr. Old and New. Tlio
ln ti w miO'-ln-iH nt IJ i.er ammm, Tit llarp-
Chlliiliey C orm-r, lleaith and Home, lather of the
fiiwnc J w ivn.-iieaN t i p, j Oqj"
l.-idie' llonk. Madame lvinoret'e Monthly, The
i'hrinoio(.M ui joiim.n. ThefoiinninRT aoivrimii.
al ntSJiti, mi. The IIitithhIp, i'aekard'a .Month) ,
The l.adiet' Krienil. The follow Ipj; Saw I'rriodicaM
atilui, tu; The Eeleetlc Macntlne, K'ery Haturduv,
The .N .it Ion Tin. MIokiiij; pulllhed at t'iCOatfloU,
tu. The Vouni; Folk, T. ti. Arthur' Home itga
line, t'tterann'a JIn.-uine. A'Idre,
S. V. Prlnllnjand Publlfhlng Attoeiitlon. ,
Car Ilox 113, Cincinnati, Ohio.
UCKRIEGEL, NKWRERRY k CO.,
ntACTICAL MAKULE WORKERS,
and importers of
Itnllnu JIarblp, Scotcli Urnullr, i;u.
Watcroomi and Workshop cor. Sd 4 fit. Ann Mri,
owen3 nono ki:nt uck v
Mnniimeiita VailU,fir.ivoritiinea, Mantlet. Pulmb.
Ins, etc., executed with aupenur workmanship, at
Inweai price. Epyllsh, (Jcriuaii anJ lllirew letter-
incdoileln tho .ei tyle mirniennd jrranlte figure,
by tlio bet tuulptiir of Europe iinpurtod, and all
w'k suaiantiod. KordcHiin., "pp'y JO-
jansiuir cor. sth Street and commercial
I5AHRELS OF AM. KINDS
Liquor Kegs of All Sizes
On liond, or madnto ordtT, at the Cairo linnet Eoc
torv, footnt Fotlrlli street, Cairo, III".
TrlnuiilniCi iloM or In YVitrehone,
done nt call. Support home Islxir. reb'iSlmd
ITY NATIONAL HANK.
H. STAATSTATI.OH, I W, P. HALM DAT,
BCOTT W1UTK, KOIIT. HCONNlNonAM,
OEO.W. WILLIAMSON', bTEI'HK.S' UIKt,
A. II. aAKEUKU.
Exchange, Coin, and United Slates lionds 1
Uoulit ami hold. j
Depou.lt Rtttxxtd, and a General Banking
rjlUE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DAMKL, Ilimi), I IIOUT. W. MII.LKU
i'Moidrnt. I Vlce-Pre.drot.
C. N. HUailKH, Carhltr.
Collcclious rromptlr Attended to.
Kicltange, Coin, Dauk Notea and Vnlttd
Boush.t unci Sold.
W. II. Morris.
Q AN DEE & JIWRRiy,
II. II. Caitde.
Notaries Public And Insurance Apents.
No. 71 Ohio Levee, G(y National
Rank Ruilding. dec21tf
IRK AND MARINE INSURANCE.
NIAGARA, NEW YORK;
I AS.1KTB.. -..$I,I3U,KI0 29
I UERMANIA, NEW YORK;
AM W .r.l, (101,021 T
HANOVER, NEW YORK;
AHTH . ..72(,7V4 IJ
RKPURLIC, NEW YORK;
AHsETti. .H7II.!n o
YONKERS, NEW YORK;
ASiETR..-.. USTK. la I Ift
AMF.TH. k ,i::.n:i un
FIREMAN'S FUND, HAN FRANCltiCO J
ASaETH, (Gold).8n7,000 0(1
8KCUIUTY. NEW rVOHKr (Marine.)
' btore. di-flllEji, furniture, hull and cargoet
lniuril at rate a. farorablA at tound irmanent
ie'ur tjr ui warrant.
I rev-"'' akt rtheititnof Cairo, ailureof
umn iaNii utimr.
coTttr C. S. HVr.HM,
Ofloe at Klrat National Hank.
JEW CLOTH I NO 1
DAIU.'AINS FoTTtHE PEOPLE!
Hailn;rlod out tlmroM itock of Clothing, hate
Lroujiit on a
Large nuil Splendid Stock
Which eenbracea every kind of
Kaililonnblei Urnllemen'fi Wear,
Andiuchatli miteJ loall claie.
They nnuldaik pecfal attention to their turply of
XXata aud. Oapai,
tn whleh they profem to lead the market Aleft to
Which embraee all ty!e of Clothe, Cait.mera,
Teed, etc., from whu h they manufacture
CI.OTIIINU TO OKUIIIC,
tn the Its', manner, and etrlctly faihlocable. Tktir
Gcudciiicn'H FiirnlMilnj; Goods
Ii rery eomplele, Ineludlnf; mrrny noveitiei nererbe.
fere bioufiht tothlamarktt.
TRl'NKd, OK EVEIIV HTVI.E, VAt.HM, CAUPET
Amured f their ahilltv to ell cooiti frni their new
ttook, eheapcr tnan eter before, thny rely on a di
tnniiiiatin; puUx to extend them tiie patronasx they
lenerte. u31 datf
talenf Illinois, lletamltr County, .
der County ('ircii.t Court.
In Hie matter ol The lllmol- Central llml Itoad
timtunv. i . . Williftin lluiker.
I Public notice la hcrebr imeu. tht In Miruance
of a decretal order enlerod In theaboro entitled
came, in aaiit court, n tho'JClh day of July. A. I.
1S70, of the Julr lenn (hereof. A. II. ), 1,
John Q. llarrnati, Mater in Chancery "f aald
county, will, on Iho feecoml day of April A
I. Is.u.at 1.' o'clock at noon of ..ilildnj, eUt
public auction to tho hlclie.t bidder, furcath, r.t
ine noutn.wo.i uooroi incrouri iioutt in uirnn
of Cairo, In aald county, the filninKileTil ed
real estate, eltimle in the city ot Cairo, county of
Alexander and Biainoi iiuni'in, io.wii. i.oinum-
bered elshleen ) in Hlock numbered one 111
ftcronlinu to tho recordeil map or plat thereof,
toiether with all and lingular the tenement and
Mamer In Chancery
Cairo, Illinola, March Ulh, A. It. 170,
I prepared tq fill ordei a promptly aud aaliafaotonly
nlth the belt oak and hlckniy firewood,
nlti'e. . ' p7IH 11
(SucceJior to FalJij, Urcen & Co.,)
Gcnoral Commission Merchant,
Q. V. WILLIAMSON,
W II O Ii E S A Ii E GKOCKK,
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION
3vx b a o xx usl. ir i ,
No. 7C Ohio Levee, Cairo, III.
Special attention giren U comlgrunenta ajid filllnc
I10AT STORES, -OnOCEKIES AM) VKi)
(XIO Olalo Xjoxreal
FLOUR MERCHANT AND MILLERS
Xo. So Ohio Levee. Cnlro, Illinois.
Ordr anlifttArt .J . - . .......
fl lid. fiuuijiuj au iiiiiaoicrii
DYA3 T. PAHKEIt. JOHN 11. TniLUS.
pARKER & PHILLIS,
CommlHsIon .jnd Forwanllnf MerchaaW
And Dealer! m
H7, Corn, Onta, Ilrnn, nnd nil Utada
OHIO LKVEE .........,..CAIKO. ILL.
I. V. ATCM.
TERS A CO.,
K. J. ATKK.
FL OTJ XX
O ii M ISSIO N MERC1IA N S
.to. 133 OliloLcTC, CAIItO, ILL
mar 171 if
W. STIUTTON. T. mRi.
CJTRATTON & JUKI),
Mirre..or In Stntton, lludten i CIrW),
(rot-prt nul Onumllnu Mrrfli.nita,
Auirrh aii I'owiler Co.. ami .MnuiiUrlurrra
AriilN lur Cm Inn -Yarno,
... r,T 0,'l,, , Oilrn, UK
j. 1 uWtf i
J M. PHILLIPS A CO.,
(BuietortoK U. lledrlel( li.)
Forwarding and Commission Merchants
Kii.viti'iioA r iioiiiiirrithi .
, r-in 4-,..
Liberal Advances M.ide on Conttgmnent.
re prepared to rxeelee, elore or forward Ireighte to
ill point j buy oreell on commiailon. IlutlneM at
emlMl to wllii proinploem. anlOJawU
Deiler In Oroerle, I.ime, Plater Paila, Plaateri
InlHilk, aUayaon hand.
Ohio I eree. Cairo lllmni-
'.oner Eighth atreet'
JOIIN xv. Tiiovun CO.,
HROKEItS AND EXCHANGE DEALEltS
EiKhth tret, tcnoad door from Corn, Are.,
Alio, Paktase Tieketa from
Liverpool, Umdon, Havre, Antwerp, Rremtn
and Hamburg, to New JVA,
Or to any point Vet.
0Collectlon mvleon any point In Europe.
JOHN W. TKOVKH & CO.,
Real Estate, Homl aud Stock Ilrokei'n.
Will attend fo the payment of Kute, County and Cut
Tie, und all biKiitfM iiertaiouiR to u OKNKIHI.
Eighth Stukht, teonddoor rom Com. Are.,
iUv:M Cairo, III.
110 OMMUUCIAI. AVIiNUK,
In Elllnti k llaythorne a Iloet and Eho Sure,
trCuttina done a abort notice. matadl
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
HALLKY'S OR ARTE R
Copper, Tin and Sheet Irou
,T O B XI I KT G QBO,
.Vo. U'O WASHINGTON AVENUE,
(Abote tho Market Home.) '
Kootlnir. Outterlnr. Snotltlnir and Hteambo'ai WorL
aoueinaneat and tulxtantiat manner, at abort no'
' ih j