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KmmIIm Matter on Kirry fngc.
pathic, in xr.rv voru.
panic in WalUfrcct. This ii tlio news
ol yeMortlny, nml It will not haven ten
tleney to innko nny ono fwl clirrrfnl
Times Imvo been li.nl ; IliH will make
1)anii:i. Dv.kw U a bankrupt.
TitK Indian bureau will probably
Cardinal M'0&)ikY is aeiioiisiy 111,
Millerlnj,' from general dummy.
ViCTowii,to1ivdd(le(l. to liir "title
of (iicen tlmt 6f ciipreM of itulla. I
SiKAKKii Kkiui Is techlo nj;itiii. Ilo
III he compelled to go H oon and ro
Col. Fhi-.d Uiiant, It is said, wai ban
Ui.oii from tho White Hoiuc because lie
stole Piorrepont's letter for Mnhoock.
Mas. A. II. Howjun. clsfer of Mrs.
Gen. llclknap, dlcdntllarroiUljiirj:, Ken
tucky on tho 13th Int.
IlKt.KNAf, tho plunderer, may escape
punishment by the kind ovcreMit of
Clymer, the blunderer.
Com.missio.vkkSammo.sh ha man niter
our own heart.' He It cutting down ex
penses wherever Ills hand Hilda expenses
to be cut down.
Bun But i. nit, the onto of Badlcalism,
Is opposed to Dick Dana, the model Bad
leal minister ana Pclf-acknoNYledj-rd lit
Colorado will become a State ol the
Union on the -fill day of July next, and
In Xovcmber following vote fur David
Clyukk uilght have coaxed .Marsh to
tay ; and, If tlio witness Insisted upon
flying, might havo detained him as he
would a bird, by putting salt on his tall
Minsu Is likely to become u valuable
person to tho Badlcala, who nro willing
to pay millions for his absence but not
ono cent for his return.
"Stat away, MlIrshT'Ms the Invocation
of the Radicals. "Your absence will In
sure the escape of our man Belknap and
be a good card to play against the Dem
crats." Aln. Phil Wadswoiith also denies that
ho Is crooked. Ho assures the public
that he could not havo received $2,000 a
month, and that he never touched any
-Mis. Clymkk was too small for the Belk
imp business. Without Intention to do
so, Innocently and stupidly, ho permitted
n good opportunity to crush tho Repub
lican party to slip through his lingers.
He Is not an ass, but he is nliuost.
Bins-row has not bought the product
of any mines with tlio purpose ol resum
Ing specie payments, lie says the report
is premature ; and II ho docs not believe
so time will teach him that ho can never
resume by the adoption ol such n foolUh
The Qulncy 11' is the Impudcutcst
Radical paper in the State. It lies with a
nonchalance that Is nt once charming and
crv provoking. But It means no harm,
""'-o doubt that duty call It to
m the Democratic party falsc
fli j2i-iUsall kinds or polltl-
lOK" Uty by the
. In the ar.
Pftdueoh, Shawnootown, L, wns ..
villo, LouiBvillo, Cinolnnal.y s ,
and all way landings. ;K aml
lliviiurlvullul 4I.Ii-uIh.i1 bIwuiut
IDLE WILD. 4t.c'1 '7
D.O. Fowlku .! KlU that It
' Thomas...... . .lftt he cannot
Will learel.raiifvl If furCulroi n. ,i i i ,
and THUiisiuv m i o'clock' talk should bo
Itl tStkS ml ry TUM1A v"'lf What was
ed not wisely but
The cK-Kuat tiiie-wi doctor ; it is not
Vou pee It Is such
S'fc-'St ot hereafter namu any
Will Irave Ktuaivlplr home, Kiuina ; because
w f, .','UU.A an should
say to her,
Ihcre will bu much dan-
gr that hu will he suspected ot some vil
lainy. People may say : "If he were not
a little slippery he would not tako stock
In her. Ho Is either a rascal, or a Hilly
man (Silliman), which Is about the same
Genkiul IUncocK says Attorney-Ocn-cral
Picrrcpont In charging upon him
the crime of Healing tho now ramous
punish any man wl0 tells order, has
donohlm groat Injiuuc.. Gen. Babcock
protesU that he took Uic order but did
not steal It. Tho order was arouil(j
loose ou the President's table "una tjw
General captured Uaud-put U lu tho jMk.
pcrs where It did him tho most good.
Tur. Ceiitcuiilal board of managers are
dlscuDslng the question whether to glvo
iree passes 10 me exhibition to bona lido
members or the press. It would onlv bo
a proper acknowledgment for tlio many
favors extended to the exhibition by (lie
newspapers. The amount ot gratuitous
advertUhig done by the newspapers of
all kinds and seetlous r,)r the Centennial
exhibition would amount to million of
dollara If paid for, and II Iho newspaper
world had Itood back and rcjutod to ex-U-nd
thceJfarori, tho coiiUiiriUlVnter-
prise woul( uve fallen to tc, ground a
JOHK R. OBKHr.Y Editor.
hn., thi: i.i ri:n.iitv i'ikaii:
A -New York i-orrv.pomli'iit of the Chi
cago imt) recti! j mi Incident In the lire
or Richard II. Dana, Grant's new .Mlnl
tcr to Kugland, which Is of peculiar in
icron considering the rimimstances of
his appointment. Ten years ngo Mr.
Dana was tho del'cnd.int.ln a Jaw. suit In
Which he was charged wllh literary pi-
racy of iliu niu.ti giai Ihl' 1,1ml ; he lol tin
case, and came out or (lie trial "convicted
$f the olh'iisu of slcallng other men's
brains, nml attempting to cover the ol'
lenw, first by downright perjury, then
uyiaiiing reiuge behind an Old llallev
Henry Whcaton, llio eminent Jurist,
died In ISM. leaving, n wla nhd
two ilnugMor'i'he WhloW was Hot rich
and she npplkd jopvjljlg Bcch Law
rence, a woll known lawyer, to seo'il
something could not be made by 'a re
publication of her hiMband's works on
Ww. Lawrence had been Whcaton'
friend and associate, mid he infmcdlatclv
promised to edit n new edition ol hi de
ceased friend's works, with notes and
additions of his own. lie performed his
promise, charging nothing for his labor.
and Mrs. Whcaton ronped '.tho proIlN
nrlslng from tfio mIc of tlio' work.
Mont the same time, a I'icneli edition
of Mr. Whcaton'.s works had been luib-
Hshe(lhii(ii.e. and nuarranL'ciiioiit hn.l
eeinTWT' between tho imbll.iher. Mr.
t lioaton ana Mr. i.uwivnco, by wlilel
.'ir, i-ruvmico was uc- lmilmI in oniiv-
1 - r - . .
iignt oi uic work In Kiiropciind In Amer
ca. In ISfw, It was advertised that Rleh.ird
ML-iny uuna was anout, to inililHIi nil
ii. . ....
uuiuou oi neaton," and in addition to
tlio merits tlio hook would posse"?
uring tlio work of such mi able
lawyer as .Mr. Dana, It would bo free
roni tho secession sentiments which
snowed themselves so plainly In Law
rence's annotations to Wheaton's works.
wns also Intimated that Mr. Seward
approved of Dana's bonk, and that thu
government would recommend It to the
use ol government servants us the only
one lit to be consulted.
These insinuations aroused the Im of
Mr. Lawrence. He called on Mr. Dana
and this gentleman aured him that h;
was getting out a new edition of Whca
ton, "but that ho was well aware that he
was hound to Ignore all thu notes of .Mr.
Lawrence, and his contributions, to the
same extent as If thuy were locked up in
Ids desk ami had never been printed or
Thu book appeared In 1SG0, and when
examined by Lawrence hu "was dlap
pointed ami disgii'ted to discover that,
though It contained much excellent orlg-1
Inal matter contributed by Dana, it was,
In plain language, tho work ot a literary
pirate, and that the edition not only con
tained verbatlm'the additions which he
had.madcto the text ol 'Whcaton' In
1855, but in some instances ills entire
notes without change ot language."
Lawrence at onco brought Milt against
Dana and his publishers, tiling his bill
October, 1800. The defendants strenu
ously protested tho Innoccnco of Dana
mil asiicu uircu month's lima t ) prepare
their defense. This was granted as was
also another extension, but when, in
November, 1S07, tho case was up lor
tnai, .Mr. mna anil ills lawyers were
only prepared to argue tho ijucstlon of
copyright, not that or plagarWni,
and before the conclusion ol llio trial,
tho distinguished defendant was
proven guiuy, in ine lace ol Ills own
promise and the prcfaeo or his book-, of
having cop'.ud wholesale Irom Lawrence's
work, the evidence in "black and white"
being so strong that It could not be over
thrown and no attempt to do so even
was made by Mr. Dana's lawyers. Their
main argument was that there was no
valid copyright, hut this was overthrown
and judgement was rendered for Mr.
Tin: ihi'.niii:ntiai. i:xmim:.
. In his renwi-kable philippic ngalnst
President Grant, in 1S72, Charles Sum
ner asserted amid the Jeers of his Repub
lican colleagues ol tho Senate, that thu
pernicious cxamplu of the military hero
occupying the presidential olllcc, far
reaching beyond that of any other eit.'.
zen, would corrupt the public service, de
bauch the popular mind and bring the
blush of sltamoto the check of the nation.
"If," exclaimed thu eloquent and pro
phetic statesman, "ho appoints relations
'to olllcc and repays giftJby olllclal pat
'ronagc, making his presidency a great
"gift enterprise,' may not every olllcc
'holder do Ukowlso, each In his sphere, so
'that nepotism and gilt-taking otllcially
'compensated will bu general ? I f
'ho fraternizes with Jobbers and Hessians,
'where Is thu limit to tho demoralization
'that must ensuo? Necessarily the pub
'llu service takes its character from Its
'elected chief, and tho whole country ro
'fleets tho President. Ills example Is a
'law. But a bad example must bo cor
'rcctcd as a bad law."
Thesu wero bravo words, and never
were truer onus uttered, lie who gavu
to them voice was maligned by his Re
publican associates ut thu time, and nil
the pack of small politicians mouthed at
him viciously. Ills utterances wero at
tributed to spleen. He was advertised as
lost to thu cause- of the Republican party.
The personal follower or tho President,
miserable plunderers or tho people, be
gan to sing tlio praises or their master.
nml at all the leaders of tho Republican
party who refused to denounce the great
senator political anathemas wero hurled.
A few years havo pa3sed since
Charles Siuniii-' philippic attracted
tho attention or thu country, and
events havu vindicated his sagacity.
In every department or the government
thieves havu been discovered. On every
hand glft-takera and onicc-sellers have
been exposed. Thieve are seen even
now Jlioverhig around thu Presidential
mansion. Win, these the President fr...
.tcrulzus, shlcldln.r them from imhii,, i.
nunciatlon and u.hig his hilluenco to
prevent the courts from consigning them
io ecus in prisons. At the council board
ot the nation, weak ami dUhoiiost'iiien
lWand when exposed lu thclreorrnp-
m'D, um President, seeking to protect
them from punishment, pcrmlu IhVhift J'
icllic finitfth cabinet, aiullfhiiwf. Ihcm
tuit iift he f public stjnljv 'jftltlf ri"gul"(
imiiisvii oigiii-taKir, ,,uief joiidcis ana
ll..eJli..i fSr 1.i.,mI,1I.k ..fl...
ofllcchohlcrs of tho' presenT tlmo
are also gin-takiTs. Rewarding
inpii wllh lucrative ofllees for
valuable gilts given to Mrs. President
ts them occasion for surpri-e that his late
Secretary of War permitted his wlfo to
sell to men olllecs lint wero within his
gilt? Xcccsenrjlly the public service
has taken lis character from Its elected
chief, and hi the prevailing corruption of
the day we may mi: n ivitocllon of tho
President. Ills gilMnklug, money-
grasping, weaitli-pralslng, (litiy-ncglcet-Ing
example has become law.
This had example must be corrected by
the election of sonic such man ns David
Davis to the Presidency, a fact tho people
nre beginning to appreciate, and which is
commended to tlio prayerful considera
tion oftho leaders of the Democratic nartv
Willi David Davis In the Presidential
chair the purity or the? better days of tho
republic would soon return to tho public
service, and all the political vultures and
o'ther birds of prey, that are now gorging
themselves upon llic corruptions otdrant
Isni. would rl.-c upon their las-y wings
and lly nway Millenly out of the puople's
Ill the lloii-c or IUiie;ciil.illeS, Oil tllC
i:ilh Inst., Mr. Baker (Republican) of In
diana, ollercd the following.
Hc.ioltcit, That the peoplo ol the dik
ed States eoiistiutuu onu nation, and not
n mure confederacy ot States or nations;
that tlie constitution was framed by the
people, acting In their primary nhd Indi
vidual capacity, through their delegates
thereto, duly constituted; that tho gov
ernment under the constitution Is one of
the people, by tho people, ami for thu
people, and that in its appropriate tphere
the L'overnmeut of this nation is sover
eign and supreme; that In its nature It Is
uiatieut ami lmiis'ohihio. excent
thu action ami consent of
the whole peonlo; that no State has
any riirht or authority to Indue ol thu
constitutionality ol laws enacted by con
irrcss. or to nulllfV thn iivei-nllon nf Hu.
same, and that alf overt acts by any State
or neonle thereof of secession theivl'rom.
or ol' rebellion against thu same, consti
tute treason, and that thu Into war of
rebellion lor Mm dismemberment of tho
rnlon was causeless ami Indefensible on
any theory ot right or of con-.lltulional
A motion to suopciid tho rules and
idopt was defeated by a vote of yea, !U ;
nays, 7l, two-thirds not having voted lu
the nlllrniatlve. All thu Repuhlleans
voted tor thu resolution ; all thu Southern
Democrats ngahi-t It. Most ot the
Northern Democrats retrained from
.Mr. Cox, of New ork, then ollercd
the following :
JUsoh-td. Tlmt the people of thu United
Statu constitute a Nation lu the sense, ami
to urn extent, ami lor the purposes Uc-
llueil in thu 1-udornl constitution.
Jlcaolvctl. 1 hat thu "overnnient of tho
Pnited Stales Is a Federal rnlon. and was
formed by the people or the several States
in ineir sovereign capacity : wai mo
rights and powers or the United States
irovemnient are defined and limited by
tho 1'cdeiid constitution, and these rights
nml nowers cannot be enlarged or dimin
ished excent by an amciuiment lo the
HtsoU-ed. That the rights or the States
have thu same sanction of security in the
constitution as thu rights and powers or
of uic rcucrxi government and that local
domestic government by thu suveral
States within thu limits or tho constltu
Hon Is absolutely necessary for tho pres
ervatlon of thu liberties of the eltlens
and thu continuance of our Republican
system oi government.
licsoirca. mat tnu uoctrino mat anv
State has thu right to secede from the
Union Is in conlllct wllh the Ideaol a per
petual union ns contemplated ny the con
stltutlou and should bo regarded as be
ing forever extinguished by thu result of
tnu recent civil coiiuiet
All thu Democrats and a few ol the
Republicans volodjjfor the resolutions
Among the Republicans voting "aye'
were ICellcy, Leavenworth, McDlll, Phil
Hps of Kansas, Piatt, Townscnd of Pen
sylvanla, Wlllard, W. B. Williams of
Michigan, and Wilson. The other Re
publicans voted "nay."
IXOXOMY IN A l.l. TIIIA4JN.
The evidence now being furnished by
the city Cw..ucil that It Is determined to
bo economical amounts almost to proof.
Tho gas lias been cut off, expensive work
or all kinds has been tabooed, bills are
belngscaniicd with great carefulness, and
a movement Is ou foot to reduce tho po
lice force to tho minimum of the city
marshal. What Is saved Is made, ami we
arc sure few citizens will obicct that the
council lias In Its ctlbrts to make by sav
ing moved up to the very borders ol
stinginess, lu thu administration or
county allalrs wo also obscrvu a dispo-1-tlon
to become economical. The pauper
leak Is being stopped with nil duo dill
gence by Commissioner Saminons, acting
under direction or tho board, ami we are
coulldcut thu commissioners will move
along from this position to nuotltcr and
without unnecessary delay lop oil' all tin
necessary expenses and become as stingy
as tho Cairo city council. This policy
the policy of petiurlousncss rendered
necessary by our present deplorablo con
dition, tlio tax-paying pcoplu of Alexan
der will not fall to endorse by n large ma
jority ol ballots.
TOO II Kill.
Thu managers or thu Centennial exhi
bition have fixed thu price of admIs.-lou
at lll'ty cents a ticket. Tills Is not a sea.
sou ticket, but Is tho price ofasinglu visit
to thu Centennial grounds ; and we havu
no hesitation lu saying that it Is outra
geously high. As It will be Impossible to
"take In" thu exhibition at ono or threo
or half n dozen visits, tho cost of
"seeing tho show," aside from
traveling and living expenses, to ordi
nary families, can bo readily estimated.
Tho price Is n money-making one, ami
while there will bu counties numbers
willing and able to pay It, It will shut thu
gales of tho exhibition to tho poor ol the
country. Thu million and a half voted
to the enterprise by Congress will be
uiadH up from tho taxes or the poor as
well ai tho rich. To placo tho prlcu or
dinlnlou practically out ol Iho reach of
the poor man's family, shows a greedy
ingratitude ou Iho part of tho managers
Davim, iwMdcht or"
Hioiilttlcan d'pmtuient of thn inlcr-.
nauonni vitaiujcr ol (. ooimereo ami JllS
sIsiTppl Valley Association,", informs the
pnt1lc'tlmlthepiiiioeor iho orgnnla
Hon Is to rfflord Inliiiin.illoii to foreign
capitalists ol a reliable character upon
Which Ihey'catrmakes.ire Investments In
Ibis country. It iio earnest wMi or all
anti-Radicals that Mr. Pavls may slick to
business, to the exclusion kof t.y,.ry
tlilng else, unlll alli r the election next
November. If he will induce Mr. Illll to
retire from Congress and Join him in the
labors ol thu American branch of (he In
ternational Chamber o( Commerce, c
nil good men who wMi the deleat of
Oraiitlsin will rle up and call him
Pm:sii)K.vr iHiaxi Hmirorlunate, very.
Mr. Schcnck, by hlstlllionorablcconuee
tlon with thu L'liima inlnu rascality, wn
compelled to resign Hie place of minister
nt tho Court of St. .lames. Determined
to procure an homst man to till the va
cancy, the President nouilnated Hon.
Richard 11. Dana for the place. "This is
rcronnatlon," said all the Radicals; but,
unfortunately lor thl boast, charges
havo been laid before the Senate Commit
tee on Foreign Relation In which it Is
asserted that Mr. Dana Is n literary
pirate that he wa convicted In 18C0. In
tin- I'iiU.mI ( Irritlt Cotir. l-tihl
of MassachiKctH, of having appropilated
thu copyrighted notes of Lawrence's edi
tion of Whcaton' "Law or NatloiH."
Co.M.Missioxni! Sammons has made it a
rule to keep lu our county poor house no
pauper who can travel. Lately ho ills-
charged seventeen able-bodied fellows
and sent fliem on their wav towards
soino other county that can belter all'ord
to feed and clothu thcin. These paupers
were not of our own poor. They were
stragglers from thecountry around about
Alexander, and should not have been ten-
deily cared for by our authorities. The
condition of our purse ninkes necessary
hard-hcarlcdiics on our part.
Colli no Criinl Aimiiiiln.
Mrs. Belknap bears up In a style that
Is wonderful. Shu laughs and Jokes
about the niattter to her acquaintances
whom curiosity not sympathy, for slio
ins none of that has Induced to call
upon her. She N as handsomu ami as
healthy us ever, whatever stn'atlonal ru
mors may say or her dejection mid heart
broken anguish. Her heart cannot be
broken, for she has no heart. Sho Is as-
cold, as cruel and as hard as a whlnstonc.
mat liamhomc, even featured, expres
sionless face has not been furrowed by a
single tear, and her rounded embonpoint
hasn't lost an ounce by nnxlcty. Sho Is a
beautiful statue with a brain ami tongue,
and has exercised that brain and used
that tongue to thu adornment and or
namentation ol her physical being.
Wlint Aiimuda Nay,
liSpeciul to the New York lltuld.J
Mrs. Belknap said u day or two ajro
a friend, who relates her conversation,
inaisiio um noi consiuer herself a crlm
lual, or that sho had done anything par
ticularly wrong; m lean she did not feel
mat sue was committing a great sin when
she used her Inllucuce to get her friends
positions. "Uut," said she, "If I hav
sinned others havo doubly sinned ; If
am guiuy oi crimes others are guilty or
NliiKlelon'M C'cutciiiiliil Fair.
From the (iulncy Wlilg.)
IM llVtiilieliiA ......nu-.t
1'ivimraiions are now
neiiig made lor a grand "Centeni.l..il
fair lu this city, to be given by the Mis.
sissippi valley Fair Association, com
mcncing cany m September. James W
amgiciuii i again lie tim head of the
movement, and all who aro so fortunat
as to know thatdlstlnirulsheil
will Join with your correspondent In the
opinion that it will be a brilliant allalr.-
One Convntloii i;noiiuli.
(From the Krrcnort llulletln.!
Kvcn If all other objections were ills
posed of, such as the expense and waste
or time consequent upon two trips to
sprlnglleld, the wisdom or postponing
t ii. - "
uiu weiiiuerauu convention until two
months alter tho Republican noinlna
lions, may well ho doubted. In the pres-
cnr. state oi aiiairsaiow weeks' delay
may give our opponents an advantage
lor which no amount or work later in the
campaign can compensate.
Wlint Znrh Sulil.
(From the Washington Capital.
our out irlend .act Chandler said tlio
other day that he "would rather be lu h 1
without a fan than In the Interior Depart
incut with a Democratic House cutthi'
ItV Virion nl n tnnphil fvn.niu.,
directed by the clerk of tho circuit court or
oiuAiiuiii'i tuuiuj, in uiu .-nam oi Illinois
III fIV1 nl llnnhrn 1 1 a 1 . ... .. I .
numbered six (Ii) and seven (7). In black
numbered lwetity..x (2(1), and lot
nuniberoit Hutu i;h hi block
iwemy-sovcn ii , hi the city of
Cairo, county ol Alexander, in the Stato of
iiiiiiuisj iiuti ii -ii uiu lunsulioiu estate or
ni-llllium , iH'i.lirr i i Sullln llftlsttni d.
audio said luU slv, seven, and limn..
as tlio property oi ald Iteln.
ho Id . llHm.r nml a..i.
tlo llolncr, at public nlu at thoVoutliwest
iiiior ui uiu euuri uouu III tho city ol Cairo.
Ill tllO county of Alcvrililli.r nml Rtilln nl
Illinois, on the huutiteeulh (l"tti) iluy or
March, A. I)., 18i(l, ut H, hour of cloven
(ll)o c ock, a. in,, for cash to satlsry said
cxec.lthm. AI.KX, U IUVIN,'
oi um in nirxilliucr UU,, Illinois.
Cairo, I II., Pcli, 1S70. y--JJ-tt
lly Virtue of a NliCel:ilvni-ntlnn tn IIWI ill-
I.H.H iij uiu uiti. oi circuit court ol
Alexander enmity, In the state of Illinois,
ill lavorol Ircderiek I'lilrthnrn mnl 'I'linn:
doriiltand, linn ol l.'aliii,orn& Band, and
aira nH .Sara h L. K hiu. I will unii tin, ini.
lowing described property, to-wlt : Lots
miuiljorfldsovcn (7 audelufiton. m i,in,.ir
numbered thlrty-eh;lit(:is). in tho city of
Cairo, county of Alexander uud State of
imuois, as mo properly ol tlio (.aid Saruh I,.
Ivllnu at public i-alo at lh noulli.u'nt ilnni-
or the court bouo in tho city or Cairo, In
tlio county or Alexander and Stato of 111),
nols, on tnu Seventeenth (17Hi)day of March,
A. 1).. ISTll. at tbo hour n( I'li.vin Ml!
o'clock, A. M,, for canli, to sathfy ald exc-
Cillioil. ai.kx. Ik JltVIN.
Slierlil of Alexander eouutv, Illinois.
Caiihi, Ills,, February Mill, Iffii. M'Md.
llelnliold V. Belnor and Scttio Bcluer. I
will sell tho following described property,
v.u.i.ku i.ui-iiuici tiuii Hi':iinr
iu.iwl: iliu iimiihi!i Ml ill nf oil ii
Loading Journal of Southern
itSr.L . t l M V. M 8.V
Will Hcadfastly oppose tbo pollilea of lb
ltcpubllcan party, and rcfuxn to be tram
moiled iy the dictation of anycllquo fn tbo
ItboitovcB that the ltcpubllcan party bu
rultltlcd Its mUslon, and that the Demo
cratic party as new organized eliould be re.
stored to jiowor.
It believes tho Itadlcal tyranny that La
for several years oppressed the South
should be overthrown and tho people cltht
Southern States permitted to control then
It bellovei that railroad corporation
should be prohibited by legislative enact!
monta from extorting and unjustly dsecrinv
Inatlngln their business transactors with
It recognizes the equality of all men
fore the law.
It advocatea free comujorco tariff for
It advocates resumption of spocle puy
meat, and honest payment of the public
it advocates economy in tho admlnUtri.
tlon of public sQalrs
AS A NEWSPAPER
Tbo Bulletin will publish all tho local nowt
of Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, To-
luteal, Foreign and Oenoral News, and en.
deavor to please nil fatten ami latere t.t ab
Is a thirty-two column paper, furnished te
subscriber lor the low prlco of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Postage propald. it Is llio cheapest paper
in tbo West, and Is a pleasing Flroelde
VMtorand Family Companion.
Cannot fail to ace tho KU-lvalod Induce
ments ollercd by Tho Bulletin in tho wav
of cheap and profitable advertisements.
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WARRANTED GEHUIHE CL'AP, HAVANA FILLED CIGAR FOR FIVE mi
lli iKiiiiirnctiin-rn nrtjrnlfnir Hie r.ict Hint llminnjnrily nT i inolcrM.ri Ti r In liny their flinrnni
lliuy iHi.llliini, li.ii.iili.,lii Uieiilaiiur nivnilinf lUv imuiirlty, in inul nfllie inliinrltv (us In:
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Givo tlim a Trial
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
I. FARNBAKBR 8c SON,
In Consequence of their Deter
mination to Quit the Clothing Busi
ness, will Close their Entire Stock
of goods AT COST. We are in
earnest No Advertising Dodge
Give us a call and astonish your
self how Low our Goods were
Bought, and what Enormous pro
fits there are in Clothing.
P. M. STOCSFLETH,
Importer and Wholosalo Dealer in
FOZUSIO-X ATXTP 130MI3STIO
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kocpa n full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN
KELIY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
15 REASONS WHY
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NEW CATALOGUE FCR 1870. SENT FREE.
Address WILLIAM FLINT,
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NORTUSIDK OF FAailTll STJiEEl
Betwosn Waahlnicton and Ooramerclal
11 "llB ")' biudi.lint Olifiiri n to liold
H (ixlni, to tlio uilviim nil lout or
and Too Convinced.
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Dealer in Fresh Meats
Dotwoen Waahlnifton and Oommerclai
Avenuea, adJoinmK Haxmy'a.
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