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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1913
CAIRO BULLETIN.
lWiUa ,' alUlla BalMla
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v CaMo, Feb. 19, 1873, 10:11 p.m.
lltrofltMar'ao'.lO and tUUoDary.
ThtMMMter 43 degree.
niad can, Totf a iniic per
hour. ff
I Weatfeif, fair.
Maxl-Msi ttinperature last 24 hours, At
10:11 j.lm., lti, 57 degrees.
Minimum' Uapersture, last 24 hours, at
? a. rn3 degrees.
1'rcTaWii wiBtl Ut S4 hours, nortli.
TotrfpUMbtrof rallei wluJ travelled, List
21 boaHxt.
" TnouAS I,. Watsox, Observer.
I.AB6K stock of dry goods at C. Danny's,
WAXTID TO ItKNT.
Addresi L., box 303.
furnished house
2-7tf.
Jo. Delay, formerly or this city, l now
ou tbe reuitorUl of the St. Louts 'Republican."
Remember the Turner mastmcradc. .it the
.St. Charles ob Monday night next. It will be
tbc ball ot tbr season. 2-lfl-et.
Fob Salic My entire stock of Kroccrics,
saddles, harness and farming Implement, at
wholesale or retail. I). Artkh.
2-S-lw.
A lot of damaged freight taken from the
hold of the steamer Andy Johnson, va
nold at auction yesterday on the levee, by
tha underwriters.
For Sale. The cottage now standing on
lot 0 block 49. near corner Washington ave
nue and Tenth street. Eurjulrc at this of-Hoc.
Halt! MAstjUxltAUMts ! .Masquerade
costumes, and false face-masks tor tale or
hire during the season at .lohn School's
ball. jatiiVlm
Dou't forget the Presbyterian sociable at
(.'apt. D. llurd's to-ulgbt. It ii Kotton up
by the "young folk-"' of the ronKft-gatlgn,
aud preaUwto be one of the- most enjoya
ble oceioM of tbe season.
Uaxbmmb Uae of tires
at 0. Haaay'f.
goods at IScts
11. AM, No. 2 Seventh street, has Just re
ceived entire new nock of wall paper and
window shade, which will be sold at lowest
price. H, able.
2-1&2VT
The Turner ina squerade ball, which take
place on the 34th Inst, at the St.Charles,
Mill be the last ball of the season, and it is
anticipated will equal, If not eclipse, fonncr
ones." 2-llWt.
t.iRDB stock of cuttalns and damask's a
C. nanny's.
The came of delay to trains on the C. and
V. railroad baWog been removed, train!) will
run regularly after this morning: The road
bed, where i washed out, has.bccn repaired,
and no further delay, will be occasioned.
A ball will be given on Friday night, the
2lt Inst., by Mr. Rosanna Bniith, nt her
house, at the corner ot Thirty-fourth street
and Ohio e.v ec. She extends a cordial Invl.
tation to all her frlc'nds. 2-20-2t
' : .
Larqb btock of wool blunkets at down
pr,co at C. Danny's.,
We understand that several proper! v own
ere on Commercial avenne intend to bring
sulti against the city of Cairo on the ground
that the city fathers bad no right to give tho
right of way down the avenue to the C. and
. Railroad company.
Dr. Arthur Lewis, during his presence in
our city, lias removed several troublesome
rorn, bunions and Ingrowing nails without
pain or los nf blood, and to tho entire satis
faction of the parties so mulcted. Dr. 0. W.
Dunning, Messrs. P. W. llarclay, Charles I!
Kyle and Charles I nil, are!amotig thn mini
bor who lmo had the opportunity of being
relieved by the doctor's skill, and take
plcaiure In recommending lilm as a sue cess
ful chiropodist. Dr. Lewi intends to re
main In our city for n period ol ten days.
and it would, therefore, bo well for parties
afflicted with corns bunions, etc., to leave
their orders at the
Schuh's drug More.
Dclnionlco hold or
Wc unite most heartily with those- of our
citizens who are waging war on tbe lllluol'
Central, and Cairo and Vlncenucs.rullrnad
Wo arc ngalnt all railroad. Wc regard
them as tho great re larders of the prosperity
ol the country, and we therefore wlh to
speedily go back to wagon road' and water
courses. Wo suggest that any man hercaf-
icr who in Cairo dares to say lie has still a
hankering for railroads shall bo Instantly
swungto a lamppost. Tho council will be
illrcllct In its duty if It does not nt once pas
an ordinance to punish rallroadi'lit. Every
advocate of fair pl.iy for the railroad" should
lie arretted on summary process, tried with
out delay before n Jury of farmers and -en-fenced
to ltnprlontnent lu the prnlli'iitlary
during llfo or good hchav lor.
roi: sale.
A complete -el of household and kitchen
furniture, fur -ale. cither In bulk or bv the
piece, Enquire at thl-nlUcc. 2-lSlw.
FOR .-ale.
A splendid team of initio, wagon and bar
nc-, cheap for rash. For further particu
lars Inquire of Mr. Cahlll, corner of Seven
teenth street and Commercial avenue.
2-lMt.
Noncil
Notice Is hereby given that the M, Fat-
rick's Rcnevolclit society ballset for the
21st Inst., Is po-tponcd until llastcr Mondav
lilzht. llv order ol the
Mf'-'tt. CoMMiTTri:.
no nu:.
All persons who gave their notes to the C.
and V. ltallroad company tu aid in the
building ot the road, are hereby notified to
meet at the olllceof .tmlgc P.ro-son Friday
at 71 o'clock p. III. 2-20 21.
The next regular communication of
Ueltu lodge KB A, F. and A. M. will be held
at Manonlc kail this (Thursday) evening, at
7 o'clock. Visiting brothers' cordially in
vlted to attend. W. A. S1.00, Secy.
It 1fumored that our good frltnd, Judge
llros,-hai become a convert to Denton's
'Plrltuliiimj. "We dou't believe "iu The
Judge is hard to convert to anything, and he
has been a rao.t persistent disbeliever in the
doctrines of the spiritualists. Hut in tlic-e
days of the fall of Colfax what may wc not
expect !
At the. regular inectitig of the l'rcsb) te
rian church congregation, held last ni(ht,
the solemn question was asked: "What
shall 1 do to be saved ?" .The Deutouitcs say
this was a flank movement to keep
Christians from llsUnlng to the voice of
their prophet who has been preaching in
this wilderness, crying in the darkness :
"Make ftrelght the path" or word- to that
cocci. f
I.AIIOB
Jlanny'i.i
stock of brown domestics at C
It will be perceived by one of Turney's'
utile noier nc writes many little note-
that he rejoices lu a young friend by the name
of Franklin Ward. The other day ho sent
rank to plain William Denton with a thai
lenge, and llllam refused to face the
rau-ic. The professor is discreet, lie knows
when a giant challenges htia to combat that
he would bo foolish to not pe ctcr out of the
proposed light.
The tmill-poxis morn nearly wiped out at
this time than at any period since ltsre-ai-
pearance In the elt last fall. From eight to
sixteen cases have been lu the pe-t-houe
constantly till the present time. There arc
now only three there, and we believe there
Is not new one anywhere else lu tbe city.
i lie uuvent or pleasant weather and "ctcr.
ual vigilance" ou the purtof out people, wllj
now Keep lite uiseaae in abeyance.
Mr. A. Oanllegle, family, and a number ol
friends, ol ritllburj, Pennsylvania, arrived
here yesterday morning by tbe Illinois Ccn
I rid railroad In a special car of 1'ullman's pat
nt. They took passage ou the Thompson
Dtan to go to Hew Orleans to be present at
the Maxdi Gras fftrltlei. The car that tho
partyMwijl MMj'ftunbury," and be
longson the New York and Louisville road
and in all its'appolntmtnti was the llnost
piece or laecnausm ever in Cairo.
I.aeoe stock of bleached muslin and sheet
lugs it C. Danny's.
i1 '
The'Hun' has communication aimed at
Dcntou and subscribed to by "True" "Mr,
True," the un' rsmarU In lu bland milk
nd-wury Way, "is one of our best lut most
-UUiet mv. That "bul't leaves the luiprcs
al(tt Uat the .uu' bclkvcs quiet men ere
inot tl ways good men. In the interest of
.uletssstu we protest against this msllgnuut
attack, and deniaaq an apology from our
aielghbox. The remark was alined at those
tpjlctTMltses, Arthur Uoyle, 1). H, Turney
and sick. '
HAJTMMB Jtoo of C'ashiutrei at C. Han.
ny'i. ' "
TO KUADMAsTKIW.
I wont a posltionou some road, tokeep up
tracks or put in sw itches ; tlrst-class railroad
man. Auy per-on who wants one, addre
for three dny. Titos. SimtsV.
2-lWt Cairo, Illinois.
ATTENTION. Alt A1N!
Tliere will be a sjieclal meeting of the
Arab File company, iu the new
building, on Thursday evening at
H0 o'clock. A full attendance is desired,
as business of importance is to be transacted.
.. D M.TIIU33,
2-19-21 Chr'n Hoard of Directors.
fi It AND A N NO i'NCEM KNT.
Klllott & llaythornc take pleasure in an
nouuclng that they intend to dispose of their
stock of boot and shoes now on hand at
positively cot prices, preparatory to filling
up their shelves with the new spring -lock.
Now is the time to get cheap boots and
shoes. The stock to be sold Is all of llr-t
class goods, and great bargains for the buyer
will be made. 2-ls-lv'v
NOTICE,
Last Thursday 1 took up a black ami white
cow, two slits iu the right ear. the left ear
UHderblt, no horns. The cow has a calf
about two mouths old. The owner can have
the cow and calf by paying all the expenses
of her keeping, etc., since she has been In
my possession. 1 live on Tenth street, on
the corner next to Misai-sippl levee.
2-lS-3t. HnVANTiiOCEIIS.
A GRAND TUUTLUSOIT LUNCH.
A prand turtlo soup lunch Is set cverv
night nt the European hotel anil rctaunint.
This house has Just been opened by Mr.
Harry Walker, who is now prepared to ac
commodate any number of boarders. Mr.
W. has engaged the services of an experi
enced steward aud U prepared to fniulh
meals at all hours. AKo good board at mod
erate prices. Parties desiring lirst-cla-s
board should Inquire at the hou-e, on Com
mercia) uveiiuc, between .Seventh and
Kljhth street". 2-H-lw.
A Fit AID OF Hiss OWN' GUNS.
The following mut explain itself:
"CaIHO. Feb. 1!. 1S73.
I). It. Turney presents his compliments to
Prof. Win. Denton :
Will tho tirofc-or five liie the
answers, in writing, to the three
question which lie claimed to nii-wer la
night? U. II. I .
I sent the above to tho professor by my
young friend Franklin Ward, lliis morning,
and the messenger reported that ilr. Den
ton refused to furiil-h the answer-. I the
professor alrald to face tho music? If he
can meet the Issues, why docs lie hesitate
D.ll.TlllXKV.
Caiiio, Feb. 19, 1873.
tracks upon said street as not to Interrupt or
Intorfero with Its ordinary u-e by the pub
lic. Tho ease Is certainly an Important otic
anil will bo of much Interest to the citizens
of tho upper portion of our city. The ra-o
jestorday was before tho court on demurrer
to tho bill, nnd will come up for further pro
ceedings on tho 1 llli nf Starch. D T. Line
gsr represents complainants, and Judge
Green the repotulent.
COl'NTV COUlirT
tihru hay.
Iu tho matter of the guardianship or Fran
cis McKiimle, minor heir of A. J. McKamlc,
Henry Winters applied for letters of guar-
uiansiiip. which were granted on giving bond
in t lie sum of ?100.
lu the matter of the cslalo of Hubert
Ail.iiiHon.deceased, Monroe W.'iltaker.l'etcr
1- Itlchardsnnd .Salmon Ilazlcvvood werear
pointed by the court as appraisers ol -aid es
tate.
L. Donahue vs. N. Humacker, adinlnlttra.
XoraiihUiljntnt i amirm of the estate of N. S.
lllodgct. As-uin-lt demand (i 70. ltotli
parties appeared, waiving service. Proof
was heard and judgment rendered against
the estate :i of fourth class elalnn for the
sum or J 70, and that the plaliitlll p.iy the
CO'ts.
Ill the matter of the estate of liobert
Adiinsoti, deceased, G. W. Short applied for
lettcl-or administration. Tlieeourt ordered
that letters be issued, the applicant first til
Irg his bond in the sum ir ?4fsi, which was
examined and approved by the court.
FreiUrlck Shell vs. N. i I ti n-ackt r, admin
istrator ol the estate r N. S. lllodgct, de
ceased. Assunislt ileniiiinl vi 7-.'. Partle
appeared and the evidence heard. The
court rendered a Judgment agaln-t plalntill
for cost-.
DENTON'S M.UIY JENKINS.
That Jlary Jenkins story of Prof. Denton
remarkable for the beaut of Its -Impllcl-
ty, o to speak. It Is pabulum for the wearv
-mil, ami Is one of th? must eonv lucitig evi
dences 0f a future sute. Mary had n on.
a bad boy who would drink ruin and run ou
railroad train, a combination of s!u.
which, according to orthodox Christianity,
i- MifUclcnt to damn the best of men. as It
Were. That boy got between two car. and
then they collided, whereupon he
proceeded without tlelav to become a
lieatitlfal. cold corp-c. Marv was wretched.
She didn't know to a certainty to what -ort
or a couutry the wayward boy of her love
had traveled across the mysterious Hue. Of i
cour-c Mary went in search of Information.
She made application to orthodox preacher's
like Turney; but her bucket always came
up out of that well empty of cousolatlou.
What fas Mary tailor .she had to go to a
spiritual medium, and -ho did. And after
she hsd communed vv Ith him aw bile ew e think
it was a him) she took Into one ol her lily
white hands a piece of a slate, and Into the
other hand. al-o lily white, a stump of a
slate pencil. Then she placed her hand un
der a table, ami In a moment a -prit
the happy splm 0r her wayward
boy wrote upon that piece of
slate the consoling word-: "I am all
hunky, ma." Hunky l not the precise
word the spirit used but It was a synonym
of it. and that is near enough for the pur
pose, ol thl- paragraph. We ask all Chris
tians to ponder upon this beautiful story.
Doe- it not prove conclusively the Immortal
ity of the soul ? the fact now becoming ap
parent, lu spite ol all tho pestiferous 'Turney-.
of the ministry, that sprituallm Is the
universal religion; vvciiiliiK it does, con
clusively. Show us a mother to whom
Chrlstiaulty has sent a message froni a long
lost son n long or short dead sou. You
can't do It ! Christianity has never yrt per
mitted auy spiritual boy or the slangy turn,
to say to'the Mary Jenkinses of Christian
ity : "I am hunky, ma." Whereforo we con
clude with Denton : 'Takeaway Christian
ity, bail boys can be saved without it!"
Happy thought," as our friend, the Iiev.
Mr. Shores, sometime say-.
.VOMCK COUIIT.
JVtnn niioss l'RSstiii.vo.
Halllo King and two othor colored va
grants were up boforo tho court on a
clmrgo of loafing and loitering,' In and
about tho saloons of tbo classic precincts
of Fourth strcot, generally drunk
nnd frequently In dllllcultles. Thoy aro
too lazy and trilling to work, and nro
known to gain n livelihood by .laying
about tho dens in that locality. His Hon
or ruled tint tbo evidence In their casts
must bo confined to (nets only. Thereby
ruling out nil ovldenco as to reputation
nnd making It Inadmissible. 'Witliiut
ovldenco of that nature ilia trial was
iv tnoro furco and tho defendants hid to be,
relented to roam nt largo to tbo ditg'acn
of our community.
Our Home Advertisers.
VOMMIMMION AHB rWHWABDINCJ.
HLjMDAY BUOTlIERsj
GENERAL AGENTS
Communicated.
TL'ltNEY ON
EYOI.ri'ION.
EElJfilOL'S CONTHOVEItSIIX
If there Is ouc thing In this weary world
more uu cdly tiresome than any other en-
tedly tiresome thing, It is a religious contro
versy : but the controversy now iu process
in this afflicted village or ours Is not tire
some. The principal controversialist Is the
rem trkable man, Turney, and he cau add
spice to the most unsavory ill-h or rcllirlous
hash. He is pepper, mustard, horse radish,
Worcestershire sauce, pepper sauce and such
things all rolled into a tiery bundle of splcv
raclncss. At least vyu think he Is, It he
ain't In- ought to be. The cousequence Is
that when Turney controverts anv thing he
docs It like a little man with a glass eye
Look, for lusttiice, ut the crushing comuiu.
life tt Ion lii this morning's llUU.r. 1 i.Vand reai
It ir)ou have time, Novvwh.it will Den
ton lo Daro he rush against Turney's
buckler; If he dare we hopii he may rush at
oure. We don't want him to stand upon
the order or his rushing. Hut ir Dentmi
don't like to take up Tuniev's gauntlet him-
seir, we would suggest that ho might Induce
one of hU spirits to go for the smiling gentle
man who Is orthodox and has a passion for
seeing his name in print. We beg Pror
Denton toset the spirit uf Marv Jenkins' bad
boy loose, so that It may get' Into Turney's
luilr. bouH-liotly or some spirit mini get Into
that man's hair without delay. Ho luu-t be
repressed or he will die unhappy, and then
his pertuibcil spirit will constantly be rat
tllug rocks around old Uontou's head.
CHtCUlT couitr.
'1 lie, circuit court Is still In sc.. Ion. Yes
terday tho case or M. llourlgaii against the
I. C ltallroad conip-my was brought up.
This suit was brought about a year ago lu
the chancery court, and with a view to test
tho right or tbe Illinois Central llillroad
company or occupying leveo street with
track and leaving car stand thereon. The
bill ask! tho court to compel tho 1. C, Hall
road company to remove Its elevators and
. warehouses from said street, nnd further
hat they be compelled to construct thle
It is a fact, although a sad one, that
hundreds of young people dio premature
ly, from a luck of proper knowledge us to
tbo cauic of their aliment. In soma cuies
especially with the fernilo sot, a false deli
cacy proyents thorn informing any one of
their sufferings. Scores of victims of lr-
rcgulnrity in tho monthly evacuations
sulfur on from day to day, without taking
anything to relieve them. Many voung
men have mado tho first false, step, and
fear of discovery and shaino deters them
from applying for relief. To all such wo
say with conlldcnc;, get Parker's sjoni
pound Fluid hxtrncl Ilucliu and Uko it
according to directions, and you will soon
bo mado happy. In h full restoration of the
vigor of youth. Sold by all druggists,
everywhere
TO KENT.
I-our rooms lutely occupied by Dr,
urunor, ovor Dr. Alter s grocery store,
No. 113, Commercial Avenuo. Enquire
ut tho storo of t D. Artor. 2-20-tf
ATTENTION II I HERNIALS I
Tho members of tho Hibernian 1'iro
company nro notified that a regular meet
bg of tho company will lo hold this
evening. A full attendance, is desirid
"Wm, MclUm:, President.
.M.J. HovvMsr, Secretary.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
DKLMONIfO.
A W .Slmtni, Vienna, III; T Tcrrlll, M
D, Kentucky; J (J Morgan, St Louis; J A
Ilrovvn, Aslimoro, III; Fred C Cine, Hart
lord, CVnj 0 Pemberlon, lialtlmore, J!d
John N Pearce, Vienna, III; Ab Maekcy,
Mt ernnn, Iml; .lames Evans, Tarnavva,
111; J A Illnkomore, Tiiuuwa, 111; J, M
Cruil, Newton, 111; Captb'am .Montgomery,
Now Albany, Ind, Horinsn Chinge, New
York; Harry Kolloy, Lancaster, Pu; J S
Kitchell, Cincinnati, 0; L M Allison, St
Louii; M Herman, Chicago, 111.
hT. CIIAIILKS.
.1 L Lonorgan, t A Ilattey, Joo 1),
Sliurny, Ulinrici Uouniulman, Chlcogo; AV
it Martan, II Relnstoller, 0 E Dennett, St
Louii; V F'lnorii, wifu nnd two chil
ilren, Jt u isreinman; Cincinnati; Ucn
Androw Oarnegle, Pittsburg; Mrs M Car
neglo, .1 11 Man, New York; Wm Cole
man, Mrs Andrew Robinson, Miss M a
Robinson, Mr nnd Mrs I) A McCandless
Mr and Mrs Bctioyer, Jr, Miss lllietta"
Park, Mill Ellon McCandleii, PitUburg;
Mn Fuller, Philadelphia; Cliai liondor,
0 and V railroad; II S Roxford, Jr, Uluo
Island; Jackson FrlcV, Jonesboro; Clin
Plmlpi, Dongola; Thos S Frr, Missouri;
F,I Chapman, Carboudalo; A Coati, Now
York; J 0 lioylo, J (I llonnor, ,1 0 Per
kins, Spsrta, Ills; Robort Connnara, St
Louii, vVm Doaabuonnd wife, (Jreenun,
Ills.
MR, TUU.NKY Vl. .Mil. IlAIIWIN.
At eonllng to the evolution theory, the nu
merous and vailed forms nl nnliusl llfo have
been wholly produced or develcied up instil
some single pi imary form, or us they now
prefer lo state It. I rum a few primary tonus,
by the action of laws which are operating on
everything ainund Us.
The Evolutionist believes that bv minute
variations, graduating by Insensible stages
from thl- form or tlico tonus Into some
thing higher which In-tn-IUlc gradations
went on liicreaslni'lv and lliicealii.'lv. treii-
er tlou after generation, through incalciila
lib! age one -pecies ol creature alter aliother
has "evolutloned" upon the worlil : the
larvae or Aseidiaus or tailpoles evulutln to
tish tlshes becouilni; Amphibians- Ainplilli-Ian-
turning Into reptile reptiles develop
m; Into birds, and tlie.se Into mammals, in.
eluding the Old World MoiiUev -and Irolu
thence, throuL'h a Ions erle or now van
ished forms, the climax or perfection Was
reached In the evolution of man.
It vt f--li- not h us with nu Evolutionist
that there arc ancient iloeuiueiits that liiauv
I the -tiomre-t Intellect-e-teem to be nt it
divine origin. In which it i eertilied that
our tirst ancestor- were a separate and point
niaiiK creation, inc r.voiutionist tii-iiic-mi
recngnllloii of the God who made man male
mid female, with an everlasting ilual-tiuilv
of the twain as right counterparts.
liie pnuo.npiiic traces mat iniui.in nature
had such an alliance with the Divine, . nut
the written traditions of all clvllied people
(denominated hl-toryi, together with the
urncral cntlment and belief of the human
rare, omit be steadily Ignored, and wings of
im initiation must be busy to waft men l.y
the route ut a long -cilci ot Mlppoed-uiiee-to-have-bcen
foriiis. vviiieh are now totally
eMluct mid lllitilldable. tp a progressive pa
rentage either in luonkev or tadpole-like
AMidlatis,
Mr. Darwin, fliidlng absolutely
NOT A KACT
Either In the record- of geology, or on the
pages of hl-tory, or from pre-ent experience
and experiment, that can be cited as u
proof ot evolution. Is compelled tu rest tho
argument for hi- hypothesis exclusively up
on points or slmilailty between the bodily
structuro of man ami that of the lower an-imil-:
yet as man must have an animal na
ture for certain earthly reasons aud pur
poses, his bodily Irame may vers- appio
pi lately lie constructed like that of animals,
without furnlslilng an iota of proof lor ev
olution. Mr. Darwin, in his eatller works, made
Natural Selection , bis hobby, the only mod
it v in,- agency. In fuel, lie made natural
selection do it all, and could see l.o other
power at work: but now driven to shllt his
support. .Mr. Darvvin makes the nilmi-sion,
mouse-like as you plca-e, " I probably at
tributed too much to the action of Natural
Selection : "only now he shift- over to
"Sexual Selection," the acts of "the na
ture and constitution f the organism it
ef," and to "unknown agencies." More
over, be brings in all these thing a- help
ing to produce those things for which natu
ral selection alone was responsible, accord
ing to hi- own former bvnotliesU.
Thus, with an Increasemeut of his knowl
edge of animated nature, he reluctantly
disclose that there are powers ami agen
cies at work, iu relation to life, which bullle
the keenest gaze. The mytery that thus
veil" life. In it-; origin Jand'nature, from the
penetrative eve of scieiititic research, shows
the need oraregulallve revelation from God
to unlold toman the powers and processes
cf life in connection with cveiv living 1 rrvt'
or creature.
Hut what prool has Mr. Darwin's bvpoth
eI. even a- now presented; None' what
ever. .Mr. Darvvin does not even pretend to fur
nish any undeniable fact- t show even the
possibility of such an evolution as he advocate-.
He -liun all anneal to history, and tltw.
card- tliu experience of living men.
no. nas a very miiiiiie llca-llko laucv aliout
I.ONO I'I'.ltlOlll
Of time being needful to uud fur the evolu
tion of new species, which enormous perl-
uus HiiiiKiiiameiy contain iiumrou suc
cessive generation-, each an Imperceptible
Improvement on Its predecessor.
mis suggests, ii i may so express it,
A I'LAIX 1'CINT
1 or the mind to focus upon. jSTTho enor
mous periods are required, that there inav
be many generations: but it does not .( J.
liiaml an argument tu show that. In the ca.c.
or very many animals, the period requisite
would bu less than lu the case ot man.
Suppose three generations ol men to tin.
century .;whlch equals ninety (Hi)) generations
in :t.tw) years the historic period daring
Which cosmological speculations have been
perpetuated, in this uudelilably historic,
period, thcic w ere no less than thrco thous
and generations or those numerous trca
tures that glvo birth to a fresh progeny
at least every year, and sometimes oftencr
than than that. Thus, a.two generations .r
these lower animals have been produced
-Incu Ihu setting in of the historic period.
Take, then, any animal that has utf-prlng
within a year oi Its. own birth ; and there
are some number of references given in
the wining of undent naturalists to many
specie- of such anuiially.gcneiatliig animals',
hmiI from them tlne yearly producers were
Just such a are now lound, More than all
this, sundry pictures which are lound on an
cleiitinoiiiiniciits, bear the same testltiiuny.
Resides, some naturalists of our own tiuio
having til-covered skeleton nf certain of
tliee, compared some of our veai-bred an
imals Willi their progenitor, of three thous
sand years ngu.
Dhi that Investigation -how, In the case of
any or them, the least advancement toward
some higher foniiy Jt did not, as nil well-ln-formed
men learned lastveur. They failed
tt liml even one ease favorable tu Darvvin,
although the investigation was undertaken
iu tlin interest ut hi- hypothesis.
Again, may we usk what or certain prar
Ileal experiments 'j'uv.u natural selection
a-directed liy man. Cuttle. breeding is no
novelty.; and for every three thousand yeai.
we have records of (he ingenuity ol man
In breeding animals. Hut in all litis, time,
admitting the important modllleutloii.
which havo been produced, has the first
thing been done toward getting up a new
species Science, history and living wit-iie-ses,
must answer, "no." The crowing
dillcrent species cannot do It; for expert
inent, the into test or sclcucc, ha shown In
a thousand ways that the cure or sterility
lests mi every creature produced bevond
the natural limits or Its own kind, 'riuch
creatures havo no power or propagation.
Man possesses n capacity ror the highly
complex feeling of religious devotion, of
vyhlch thn lower animals nro not wholly des
titute, but thoy manifest no tendency io de
velop surh capacity; and the reason Is, man
has it moral nature lu which none of the
lower animals share.
Respectfully, D, II. Tints kv.
VU11WAHDIN0 and COMMISSION
ME tie II AN Tf,
DEALERS IN FI OUR;
And Axeait of
lUIO RtVRR AHIi KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lever,
OaIUO. lLt.IftlI!t.
J. M. PHHiLIl'S & CO.,
(Hueeessors to K. i). Ut-n.lncsp A Co.
Forwarding and Coinuiiaaion
MEHCIIANTS,
AMI
"WnAKF-UOAT PROPRIETORS.
ts Librsl AdTsncftnaiils nude s2-y
upon C.jnsl(iDtncut. tlZJv
Ate prepsml to rxcrii. tloro so J lorosrd
frrlKhtr to nil points mj Uir mJ
ell on commUsioD,
"Iluslnm siUndH to pnonptlr;
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FLOUR
AMI
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Xo. 78 Ohio Lkvuk, Caiiio, Ills.
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J. A. 'Jl'NNINUHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
and prai.m i.v
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AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - . . ILLINOIS
JOHN B. PULLI3 & SON,
(Hueeessors to John It. I'Mlhs,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
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DEALEIIS IN HAY, COHN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTII-BT. am. OHIO LEV.
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Ilainllton, ills., or send for free circular and
list nl iueMloiis. for "hotuu treatment." No
f itts-en issttess Mississippi river view.
Jlale uud r einalu physlclniu, 'J-l&-tf
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARQK1T TABIKTT STOCK IN TU ClTV
OOODSSOLD VERY CLOSE.
Coruer of Missctrenlb elreel ssael Vmm
lacrelstl Asressue,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
O.O.PAT1KR,
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I.atc or Thomas it Ablen,
A N II
COMMISSION MERCHANT
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN, IIAV, Ac.
No, l.V Ohio Lkvkk, Caiiio,
tSTCnsh advances on floods on sight.
Rki'khf.nckh : Citv National Rank ol
Calm, 1'irrt National ISauU oft.hlcaL'u.
1-10.
MILLER & l'ARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
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KOKYf AKDINO MERCHANTS,
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DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS tor FAIR HANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD KITTEN 110 USE & RRO;
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oncra. Commission Merchants
183 OHIO LEVER,
Z. U. UATUUttH.,
K. O ,1)111
MATI1USS, L UHL,
AND OEM Kit AX
C 0 M M I 3 8 I ON M E R C HANTS
DKALER9 'tS
JAY AND WESTERN 'PRODUCE
0OniO I.ETKE.
BABOLAY BROTHERS,
AVilOLESALK AND RETAIL
D HUG GISTS,
1TO. 74 OHIO LV-Jar
Retail ami I'rcscription
Corner Washington Ave
and Eighth street.
CHEST PROTKCTOHS,
or chamois nnd rabbit skin,
ror weak lungs.
At RARCLAY UKOS.
(ill.ORAlE
LOZENGES
KOIt SORE THROAT,
frejisreil and sold
Rv RARCLAV RROS
HORSE ANH
CATTLE MEDICINES
And Itl-llifi.i t.ilit. forUtbles
At RARCLAV RRO.S.
FINE CIGARS,
1IONEV IIEE."
"YOI N(l AMERICA.
And ' Ctilvcrsal .tandsr.l. "
At RARCLAY RROS.
CHEMICALS,
Rim
SOAW,''
BRUSHES,
GOSNCTICd
Ltoilct
lARCLAtY
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STIFFS,
PAINT ERVl
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ORDINANCE Nil. 40. I
"Wltr.r.KAH, Uy uu tirdinuiicu nf tho ctty I
council, upiirured April 10, ISO!), tbo right
was Kratitol to tho Cairo nnd inceniMi
Rsllroad ooutpany lo lay down and oper
ate n slnfclo or duubb) lino of rails ovor
Mid fclorii; Ctnntnerctal avenue, upon the
condition, anion: others, that suid rails
should' bo laid to tho tirado established or
to to established by tbo city council for
tho israelii of said street; and
Wlli:nnAH, A literal compliance with
said coudilion is found to bo impracticable,
in consequence of tho extensive Inlerfrr
enco it would cauc with the present
i;raile of tilts street, and tbe impossibility
of thereby obtaining proper druVtiago for
tbo trscl: ; thirefore
Re it ordained by tbo city council ol the
ell) nl f'alro:
.-KtTio.s I. That the Isylnif or the said
rails of s,tt rillniad cotntnnv upon tics ir
ordinary thtrkncssfsayilinehV-') in lip placed
lljion liie surface of'lhe f.-rnt nd as now
I'M-tliii.- hel ivv Inelitleth street, (execpiliii;
at street liitcr-eetluiis.vvhsrc the tie- shall be
lowered a- tu reduce tin; level ot the rails
there to the radu (it tin; same between said
Intersection-,) shall be deemed and ennsut
t red by thl- council a a virtual compliance
with the. condition nf -Mil ordinance, so far
n Hie laving of the rail- of said vonipany
lieiovv l wenlletli street Is concerned, pro
vlded, that plank of n suitable
thtcknc;- aud not les than
ten ini'he- wide shall be lab and in tin
tained on flic ties on the outslilu uT each
track, and that the spaces between the rails
and between the truck and extendlns at
leat fix leet beyond the rail- tovvsnl
the sidewalks shall be tilled up
-o as In fullv eiivtr up the
tie, with Villa lll.l-e or similar tin-vva-hed
gravel, -aid lie- nnd tracks to be so
laid and in.tlntailieil, and said gravel to be
o placed and kept as, in the opinion of the
committee on -treets for the time bell!?.
will attord a safe and easy ero-slinr over said
tracks ami permit tho ti-o by the public,
without iiuieasinialde Interruption, of every
portion or the street ou which said track or
tracks Is or are laid.
Approved, Teh. 111. 1ST".
.Toit.v.M. I,vx!n:v, Mayor.
Attest: M. ,1. IIOvvl.KV, Cltv Clerk.
titcss.
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CAIRO AND PADUCAU
HAIL IIUAT.
Tlie splfti'Jtd j-tsMilef
CTJLS. FISIC,
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sund.iyexeopted) at
p.m Tor fUlRht opa-siiiru apply on boat or
"III .I.VS. .MAI.I.OKV, A't.
ttr i i
HOVr StTHJtls.
S A M W IliSOK,
sinsi is
XBOyj.a1 stoees I
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1 It O V I a I 0 N H KTC.
nu. no
Oiuo Lsvas CAtno, III.
ARTHUR ROVLK,
Contractor and Huildkr
Has returned to Cairo and I- prepared to
take contracts fur
ALL KINDS OK RUILpINGH,
And i spcclally refers to his tmst reeord In
;alro tu a builder.
Ile.'tdiiiiirtcrs ut 11. II. Cunulnham's
(.(iniiuercial avenuo. ltelercncej to IteedtV
Jlann, R. II. Ciinnltigliam and John Wood,
'"I- l.totl.
P. FITZOliRALD,
"WHOLESALE ,AND RETA 1 1.
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TOYS, NOTIONS,
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A $ I
WINES AND LIQUORS F ANC Y GOOD'S
Comtnornlal Ave., Cur. nth St.
Always on haiul it supply of Scutch Ale,
'v?,,,)i'lu.'l ,orter' '"''ni'uReer, Chartreuse
AlJ 1'orter nd 7 : e" f i i .i ' :
ilraii-lit,
'ulf to bit fiiunil oii
l-IStl
810001NONKWKKK.
Tn nny shrewd man who can tlu luisliies
on tho ipilet, I fjuaraiiteo nn Immense For
tunes, easily, rapidly, nnd In pcrrect satet.v,
Adtlrcss In perfect conlldcncc,
Wm. Wauukn,
28 Wost J-'ourtli street, New York
12-25 vvtlm
MUSS 31. J. CARSON
Wishes to call attention to her stock of Toys,
Notions and Fanny Otiods aud Staple ArtU
tiles couslsiliiK ot Dolls In great variety,
Ladles' Work-boxes ot lino quality, Wrltllur
Desks, Clilltlren's Dishes, Toy Wa(fou, Doll
Hussies, Ilnbby llorrcs, Fluo Sllver-platinl
Ware uu Nickel Hllver, r Inn Tnblckillviis,
KnapUIn HIiik. China Vases, iutll n kooiI se
lection of Cheap Jewelry. Also fluo
Cull Hells. Pictures and I'lcturo Frames, and
many other articles too numerous to men
ion. . All aro (uvitcd to call. No. 160 Com
merclil nveiiue, between Nlatb and Tenth
streets. i-lClm,

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