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THE CAIRO DAILT BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1873,
Inj? tilt) to l:o Innnrnnl nt
Somo tlmo in July last a man cat:
lotei, protcndlni; lo sell natcnt rlchls of
some Kind. Ho made my acquaintance.
I roferrcd him to MbIIiows for a trado. Ho
earn no know I was working for Mr.
...... .una, ii u nniKcii om uv mo ronroan
JjHN U. OII1CRLY, Edlior anil Publisher i
TERMS OP THE DAILY BULLETIN:
One week, by carrier.,,. t 23
One year by carrier, in sdvaueo.. . . . 10 w coal-house, and sat down In tho shade. Ito
uno year or corner u no j.im i.i iUon told mo of litlcation betwoon Mrs
advanco u no Jlalhowa' father nnd otborf. Hn talLnd
Vnemonth, hymall 1 00 awhile, nnd then asked mo If! wo-ild
J'hrco month 3 00 I tako Uvo hundred or n thousand dollar!
Six month , & So I &nu put n certain porson out of tho way
lint rur in ivi I I laid i''No" and asked him who It wk
mat no meant, llo said ho wouldn't tell
TUB DOLIjAIC WEEKLY MULLET1X mo until I ncrood to HO t. 1 thorn it T
John 11. Obcrly ha. reduced the subscrip 1 would drnw him out, nnd then havo him
tian price of tho Weekly Caiho Hulleti.n ( W0UIU bad), but ho
to Ono Dollar
cheapest paper put;
per annum, making it tho j p , tolu hint I
dl.hedlnSouthcrn Illlnol. " jT'.'.i .Zn'nN.TK.Ti .
I wouldn't havo boon heroi. H ibn
lane." is tho r.uslion tho New I said: "Would you do it If ihn nmAiinf lll
"Ii Train i
York physicians now wrestling with w' ' uweii I laid
' " " "io. llo thon offered SiOao
'" and Said ho had arranged with nnnthni-
iiie i fKiicai nas given up me idea oi purun ior jess, out no nau railed him.
a Southern trip tho present season. Ho "who tho'man 3. UoVald ho would
wr.l Tint St. Louis next month. I 'Cii roo it I agreed to do it. 1 than acreed
I a I. . a . . . t a . '
nmouni 10 kiii tno person, nut
Tun Du Quoin Tribune, com! Jen that "idnos kn.ow who it was. Ho said ".Mr.
.vj'.iv viu.uu m inn i aau inougni i coma not uo It. Ho told
M!m tnrrmm.n n-. . i.-i nni " I me Sao nau iicard a conversation lindtrftl
' tobonwltncii for her father, nrd must
All thing ooniidered, it was a notable bo nut out of tho wav. I thon Riked him
event. Tha Trlbur.o holdt that Uolfai hTtbo h0..1?,?" ih.?1 ,ho ?rit SWl
... a i.. , , v , lie said "Joo Denny.'' I asked him if ho
.-"r1" iau miuom iu no was coming tome.
ccalnst him. br lha nlmoil unardmous "? . . . . "? "SfccU to meet mo
" l nrhrtfrt l ifrt(irt.l nu iha ...t
verdict of tho people who bar ken &c I tho deed wa done. 1 law iiitn nfterwnrdf
nuMnted with him frn bU hilchood.' a wwdajr tcforo tlao murder was commit.
I Irvi. wnnr .tr mo Ktiri in , t. -
. ... . - I , -" tVIU IliU ii IT
30 noes uake Ames land acquitted of knew all about it. I tden felt I could not
th9 nccaationi mr.da him, by the a!mot " , , did',. "tnn? ,vould do
i auu men Liirow 11 un run. nn,i fr,n?.
unanimous icraici oi mo jwpia wao get tno money, un tbo fatal ilon
havo bn tcoaalated with him. from W I. went from the depot about
III a.in.lomr hotisiv trwiL liinnh
unuuwi. jeu n i it o alter 1:0 cioet: ami wnnt nn!ii
to Hn. ood s lot, and crossed over. I
Tnn St. Liuli mortaiitr report of last wcnt int0 llla cofn-fioIJ to look for melons.
I I nassed 0.1 to tho L-ata. tut on tho miA
weiK, imwi tMrtyoine dw'.hs from inw I looked o;cr towari Mathcwi'. and then
nal menlagHls. This fwrful diseaso , JJSt I would walkover. I did not know
prevalent In all parts of tha country, I did not think of hidinc tnr tracks inor
called sometimes by one name and some- ?an 7 U01nS ln, uf unl" 1 etruck tlj0
.. , . ,, ... . . , iarmington road. Then I looked up and
tlmw by another, b&t whether known as down and saw no one. I crossed Into'
spotted fever, cold idaeua or tho (cientiBe -"atbows field on to tho house. And I
7 went up to tho pump, I saw Mrs. Math
r.amo 01 cereoro spinal meningitis, It is a ews In tho door. 1 was much fati-uod
terror wherever it makes its appearance. S1J15 n'ked mo to come In j that they were
T... ,.,. all gone, and gave me a bench and asked
. tu m id re ujuij- Ttn- mo to lit dotrn, Mr heart fai ed mo. I
tilated houses, defective draining, uimp wa'. 100 warm ln tl10 house, as sho was
,. , ' wastiiug and had a big fire. I went out
:, etc, and It lasts from Feb- and sat by tho door. I was sit-
then had sho closed tho front door, and
shut down tho blinds hersolf. ho said
sho would get mo somo dinner. It then
tho Institution. Tho largest Hem Of rc
coipU, nhown by report, Is $21,460 39,
Railroad Advertisements. Foreign Advertisements.
orltt ciKSftT . ILMKOK CEi)TTttAL R KEVE R KNOWN TO FAIL
ino total number or patients treated In
loo MIIcathoMlorliKl Itonl
, iiri, iroiu nun uuuuiy, is a( cigni
of whom woro tent slnco Kovomber 30,
COJIIRNIO!f A3 roitTTABDIKa.
i:iKlitr'.1!lla lhn.Stiortpit Ilouto
NO OUANOE OP CAUS
KnOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO. ciiir.ijS axi i'eveh, diimh aciui:
I Jill I VI' tllllltf 11(1
Uil Ail 1 i-im.u Vt l. l l.lt.HI !
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
l Olt THE l'KItANKHT CUKK 01
Our Homo Advortigora.
SELLING OFF AT COST
ONLY ONE CHANGE OP OA US
" OM CAIRO TO
Clnrlnntl. 1 lirrolI. Tiiieilft.
Dfirolt; Cletfl.mil, MKh Klls
HUtlMO, flIIl)BIRi IMIllDRtOn.
noina ana mi paioifl p&jii.
SlilnAtikle. Jftnoilllc, M.son. ,
l.iCrofie, Ht, l'ul anil ill pnlntu iiorth.
Tlin In alto tlio only illrecl route to
Pocalur. Illodnilnrtoii, Nrnnael,!.
I'foria, winner, hookiiu,
TOE GREATEST DISCOVERY OK THE
.'i?I0..?.ro. 110 ll'enes no dobllltatlm: In
iiivir t'liiTiti iinnti fim "".i . ...
the iiM.nl i ,,V;V;" . " ,K' .VJ' ,r."ro " .iunm.riai Av.
J1ICHAKL COYKE, Proprietor
(01,11 1'OUT OFFICE STAND,)
Corner Sixth treet and Commercial Av.,
Million., etc., nlwuyaoii hand.
KB"0icii ilny mid nlKht.jtFJ
( )jDjTKIiM()NlL'0 '
SALOON ANP READINO ROOM.s
MKS. MAKGAKKT JA0K80N'
Pormcrly flwandcr, Intending to rcmovn
Immediately. In onler to faclllltate the dale
... ... i H.miiB, .lira, .lack
l IJIILT IflO
ukfion has determined
WI.N i'Clt'S Itl.OuK.
KNTIKB STOCK AT COST
Ami invito tlio la.UijH of Cairo uml vli-'h'ir
(-OODS A HE Ahfi NEW
FOUWARMJfO amu COMMISSION
M K II U ft A X TM,
DEALERS IN FJOUR ;
Ac I AfrotB r,
nto luvsn nsv kaxxwiix
OaiAh anil all Mint nnrlhwMt. ' Helllir tiurelv vpwl.ilili.. t?,x. ...... Mi. x w J ' l".r : iK'llcu tilt) laden have
Elegant I,rawln, pjj, SIeep.nB Ca lli'e'l ' ' ?MKK5
n.. i-.jj.n .r uwr. any futuio period. 1 " ,'m "''bniis llownn, IiohIit
nacwe Checked to all Impottant point. Whrmmn vm mm,i. . i i ..... a-w - . . . U'lli't II liilmwcar. olc. ote. IK'IOtI
r., .. an,, informMmn ,Pply tt. o. iu,, In? o're medlSr' yo5.."' h 'r" l lA ! 1 ' t;'""' " '
ra roAllirkr-t nf!W ihrnnlfhiMit th an iih. 1 ".ri.iutu 10 tliro tllC ClllJN III flllV V'Atc. 1 i DO I! A In I Wjn&lfomlU
i t IT
A.WM.rP'fe REASONS WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD , , ,
J. JOHNSON, Ajr't. Cairo. HE USED. 0nUU1'1'
. 'ri.,,1- f.tititl.. i,. .......
Sl'ltlNOFIKLD AND ILLINOIS Mn, t " Imon all w
SOUTUEASTEIIN . K. M.oln that thoJo powder, ImVo pwloraoli
nn r., " 'r; A? S"? of lonsotaiidlnc;
On and after Monday, April 34tlt, 1S72
trains win run nt follows
TklJ OOINO lOCTIIIlir.
' .... VI.-;.... . . . -.
. .i'"i-.........i:w in i:a4D.in
aprid(jnj. ii:o " a:on "
TattnrT.MA Inn 11 r ..
Arm at hm. a.'t:
many of them coildercd hopeloM.
SALOON A Nl DA K-
(J.l l'l.-i, lToj.rlrli.r.
ii Klf-'Mli I'll wt, Uihh.d Comiiier u. Wa.l.
wtiMi .Miiio., U.UIIt roilii '""
SrteAfSoM ' SKW MH'INKIIY GOODS
contain iiothinir Inlurloiii. nVi.i. ii.mi, ? ,
none ol tho IliiKcrini dlea!.c fo often thj 1 u"1 "r ''fc wiK.r.n,
rjsry till 3Iav. sometimes later, bein- m. ti"s there when Knoble
. -j.i " . .. 1 Ho could not see me. I
truueu wuu more laianty man o;nor uis-ca-ei
during the tint few week of iu
NOTWiTnsTAKPivo the extraordinary
efforts made for tbo commutation of his
sentenco, efforts which havo been re
doubled within tho last few weeks, it is
now certain that Foster will bo hung on
iiciit Friday, Honey has baon upontliUo
jater to procuro a rcspitoortho death sen
. We. Tho influonco of tha church was
aorci'sod in behalf of tho prisoner, and
Ivs voico of tha wifo of tho murdered man
i nmong thoso which anUoi that oxecu-
no clemency might bo shown him. Hut
Crv. )ix will not interfuro to provont tbo
occutlon of tho law, nnd whllo tho wliole
cUptry will commisorato tho wretched
criUnal, it will also commond tho justice
ui ' late.
Hn. CLAnEso.v N. l'oTTKitof Now
Vor a member of tho Korty-sccand con
Grcsj comes forward nnd refuses to nc
coptlho incrceso of pay votod by tho
mcmirs to themselves. Tho power of
publi opinion, which is unani
mous oa this subject, is proving too
etronj for many of theso greedy public
ervnits; but a tardy rofiml of tho
temping extra nvo thousand show moro
afear)f tho ccndomnatlon of tho people,
than rfluctanco to appropriating tho pub
lic find. Their indignation lias been
aroucd ly tho Fabry steal, coming as it
did on tho hoels of tho revelation of cor
ruption among their chosen servants, and
it is noUiaaarding a prophesy lo say that
thoso congressmen who j.ccepted the
h'Vi. ..of the unpopular net, may safely
count on boing rcmomborod in tho future.
Speaker Ulilvk was dctormlnod to
lcavo no chanco by which tbo fivo thous
and dollars bach pay could be forced on
him. The following incident U rolu'.cd
by tho Washington 'liapublkan und
ahowi atrcfil:ofprlnclploo at varlanco
with all tho records sent out irom Wash
ington lately, that it deserve to be com
Alter ilr. lllaino had interlinoJ the
word "hereafter ' in tho ciauso relntinc to
tho sptaker's salary, it was found that
there was somo doubt whether that would
bo sulllcient to cut off his back pay for
tho reason that tho law would take effect
as toon as signed, and some hour, be
foro tho tes.lon expired. Taken in
consideration wltb tho clauses including
nil inombors of tho Forty-seiond con
icrcM," thcro was at least ground for iin
prohonding that tho ipeukor had not suc
cocdod in cutting himself off from two
yoars' back pay. Hearing of this nleo
point of construction, tho speaker went to
tbo conference committed and i,,i n...
word "hereafter" atruck out, and tbo
words "alter tho prosont congress" in
serted, thus finally and uffcctunlly cuttin"
J """ ,from, R possibility of tho
55,010 which othors would havo voted
Into his Pocket If he had simply remained
silent. The Philadelphia Lodger' thinks
Speaker Waino's conduct in this matter
deserves "honorable mention.''
OSIJOKNL H LUNPJiSyi'ON.
Tho following is tho confession mado by
Osborne, the murderer of Mrs. llathows
at Yntcs City, llllnoti, In duly lust, who
paid the penalty of his crime at Knoxvlllo
on last Friday :
I wish tojnakothii as my dying state
ment, which will bo as true as my fpoedy
death will bo certain. I would not havo
inndo this statement had It not been for
tho'carnest entreaties of my counsel, Mr.
Krctzingcr.aidod by tho powerful earnest
nets of Kldcr Grltlltli, and my desire to
moot God In poaco. My counsel never
know of my guilt until to-night. Tho HJtli
of March, 1813, they defended mo, hcllev-
llashed through my mind that sho would
go to tho cllar and it would ba mv belt
chanco. J. H. Mathews swore trulv'when
Ti said thcro wcro but one plato, knifffand
iorK on tno tauic. btie went Into tno cel
lar for butter with a plato nnd butter
kaife. For an excuso I asked her if all
tho water was out of tho cellar. She said
yes, but It was muddy. I was then at the
cellar door and passed down, remarking I
wanted to seo It. I went down. "N'o
talked a little, nnd as fhe stoopod down I
nicked up a brick and struck 1icr on tho
back of tho bond. Sho started to run, and
I caught her by tbo dress and waistband
of tho drawers. That is tho wav tboy
weto torn. 1 pulled bor back, nnd "struck
nor again. She fell. I picked up a short
board and struck hor on tho sldo of tho
ncau. tno quivered. I thought sho was
doad. I wout up stairs, and, to make a
falso motion. I rumma-red tbo drawer, nnd
found tho money. Then I must tnkoit to
prevent tuo ruiso motivo from being
discovered. 1 put a package in each pock
et. Thon I thought I would go down
stairs and soo if sho was dead. I taw hor
oyes open and looking at mo. I went up
and bont over hor and said "Adolia." Shu
raised her ores. I said "Do von know mn?'
Sho said "J do." I asked "Who am I ?
Sho said "Mr. Osborne." nnd rnnplicil imp
hand toward me, and said, "Why did you
do this?" 1 dropped her hand, turued
away, aud then looked at her a moment.
uui. cii iv wits ioo miu lo blop. 1 would
havo given worlds to havo had her as sho
was boforo. I took out my knlfo nnd cut
her throat. Sho novor moved or grimaced.
I went upstuirs nnd left. I put the money
In tho Corbln house. I had on a coat, and
got ono drop of blood on tho sloovo and
washed it out noxt day, when on tho hunt
alone. 1 uid not violate hor person, us
Ood is my witness.
Hannn Freed swore truly. Sho baw mo
from tho north door of Uicrd' homo, ami
I saw her there. That knlfo I used 1
throw through tlio hedge running cast and
wost between Knoeh's larm and Sargent's
pasture, towards tho cait end of the
hedge. The knlfo found was not mloo: 1
novor saw it to tho best of mv knowledge.
1 bHVo now finished. My tlmo is nearly
up. I havo fearfully wronged I ho Math
ows family. 1 ask them to furgivo me, as
1 fool that God has, I havo stated tho
truth and mteht refer to somn i,t tlm vi.
dencoon tho trial, but tbo limo is short.
In a few moments I shall bo in ctornitv.and
Ood witnesses tho truth of this statement.
Mr. KrcUinucr has wrlton thl tni.
raont this lith. day of March, 1873, nt li
minutes before 12 oclock, at mv earnest
requott. 1 wanted him to wr'ito it as 1
stated it lo him last, beforo F.ldor Orlllitb,
s' my counsel anu mo oincers ol the
court and ministers of Ood. I bid you
an a last eternal larowcll, and may Cod
recolvo my spirit. I bear no malico to
Signed Joii.v Maiuon Omionxr..
Attostim: witnesses. M. 1). (
J. .1. Tunnicliff.
ILLINOIS HOSPITAL" FOK IN
SANK. From tho 13th bienneial report of tho
trustees of the Illinois Stato Hospital
for tho Insane, at .lacksonvlllo. It ap-
pears mat or tlio patients taken there,
within three months nftor tho first attack
of Insanity, seventy-ono per cont. wcro
cured. Of tboo taken there between
Ihroonnd six months after first attack,
forty-five per cent. recovered. Of
thoso taken thoro between six and
twolvo months after first attack, twerity
seven per cent., and of thoso takon there
after ono yeaV had elapsed since first at
tack, sovon per cent, woro cured, Theso
figures aggregated show, that of tho total
number of patients treated at tho iiislttii
tlon, during tho two years ending Decem
ber 1, 1872, thirty-sovcn and r. half per
cent, were cured.
This speaks well fur tho medical gentle
men in charge
Tho report of tho tronsurcr which Is
mado n part of tho report of tbo trustees
shows tho total receipts for tbo two
years ending December 1, ,1672, to bo
$250,760 10 j und tho total expenditures
S22y,151 C2, and balnnco in treasury
5037 78; and that thoro aie no unpaid
bills ngulnit tho luttltutloa. This is cer
tainly u healthy condition, nnd Is
ovidenco of ability and good man
ogcingnt in Iho financial department of
7(1 Ohio Levf.r,
, i 1 1 1'. iv w,i." ru." pniTvn.i.,,,. ..i.
, " i I. Ill 1. 1 TIUl I
fc'1H'"nr-P.l.t up Its wiuaro tin l.oxun.ultl, I
. i. TavIorTilje... 4.10 .. .s.o 1L stamped on tho lid. and the slsintttre
5 H l J ' tjisuiiit;.
Cxiao. Illimois. .'
Arritrai Vltitiuia 8.5 ' s.l
O 0 T II E B Jf 1 I V I S I O .V .
TBA1 Oflla fOCTlltl.T.
LfllTO E.IooJ S..10. in,. ...lo.lo p,lr
Arrlre al Sbawaret'n .SJ ......"'.'."..S.'lS
" . .. .. ..I... .11,1 l,l'l
j't'ciit bejond tho probability of A re-J CTX-arJS
COFFEY, PACE k CO.,
I O B W A B It I X V.
A N II
FLOUT. AND COUNTRY PllOOrCK
1 It V M O It S.
It II E V M. A T I C
'72. FALL AND WINTER .73 HOKSE Lim MENT
C. HAS NY.
(Open Day and Night.)
S. E. PATJKS, Pro.rietor,
)hlo Levee, bi-t, th nnd fith Mrcet.
.1. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(i'iecM.on to K. It. Ilcndricia A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
rfSifc UliorDl Ailraneerncmn ma-Io
aXti ' ufioa ConalKomont.
Am urMrd to m-nlto, store anJ lorwar.l
freinhtj lo all point an'l tujr n!
e'll on comuiinsioD,
KflluiiiacK etlni)o I to prncnptlr;
S. I). Avkiw. AVKIH
AYUJJS k CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Leyie, Caiuo, Ili.h.
Jt. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKAI.KIt IN
J3UYT, OATS, OOBE
AND MILL FKKI).
OAlllO. . . . ILLINOIS
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGKNTB fok PAIP.HANK'SSOALKS
Ohio l.evro. CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
Z. V. MATUUB8.,
k. a .uiit
Commissi ov M n it o h ants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
u mn j.r.TKK.
JOHN IJ. PHLLIS k SON,
(BuecotoJ(,t,o II, I'inllK,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, liran, &c,
Con. TEN Til -ST. ami OHIO LEVE
WOOD KITTENHOUSE k MRO.
on crul CoiuniifFion McrclinnlH
183 OIIIO LKVKK,
on p. ck,
STRIP K 3,
KBNTUCSV JSIAN, KXTBA,
LARGE STOCK OP (JARI-MTINO
OIL CLOTH. '3,
1U Ktitlro Hlorli
VERY LOW PI CURES.
COnXEK STH CT. AMD COMUEnciAL-AV.,
.outl.l '"'ro' ""
TIIK OliKAT KVrKltV.VL UXMKOV IOR
R H K U M A T I S M , N K IT P. A L .
G I A, SPRAINS, KTC,
u oo J' yon max o n j: t: .is 7
Thl liniment li.u c.irnoil for it,i,lf 11 i-omi.
I lilloti nnoiiiallf In tin- hltory of external
-MKALS ATA LI. 1IOUK3.
A lute new Dining Hall with every con
, yciiinnce ln been added to thl.H iNii.nlar
, i:euurant. and the ifiii'M will tlnu excrj- '
rt'(Ulnfte lor tlielrnccuiiioilatiun.
TIIK HILL (IF KAIIK
aiillratlon. J3rTIioii..uid uho uuu niV- e'inlt of every mtiMantlal and ilt lli-aoy nl !
ttrfrnm rliriniiati-iii. ncuralt'la, tie., would the ea-oii.
linipplleil with the
CHOICEST LIQUdRS.WLNES & CIGARS !
I.TICT TALI. AND WINTKlt UTTI.Brt
Hl't4 a t'Jll liDCCf
'. Trinrno.I aoil untrnniii'!,
1 CIlK.NClt KI.OWKIW, ItlBIlONs, TRIMHINrifl
uf all kludf, ljuf, i,u- kit..
Mm. Jlcile haa alo a larc .-..crimen! o
ffacj Arllclr. auch an
XKCK Tl.VI JgUAl. tlNDKtvfll.KKVK-J,
j Alii all othrr arlirln u.n.lljr fotinil In a
; PIRST-CLAHS MILLINERY STORK
Mr. Jlcdte, In addition to hor atnk f
nncy nnd .Millinery Onodn, ha n Ilnionc .iii.l
V millet.) aortinent of Clncliinatl fii.tnm
, mailn Lidlea and Ml. . M,oc ami Clill
I dreiu.' lUiotn. I!nk and in Colori. Theiw
I iiri-aoknoHledKoil t l,o tho Uncut and be.t
j ,,''r I" tho market, nnd till. U th only
j tliotlty Uiat makna them a .pcclalty
WILLIAM J. AJ,J,EN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Olllecovcr Pint National bank. WO-nm
ORE EN & OILOERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (irpcii, 'i
MItT.jub:r, ; 0AUl0' ,u,isoih-
0?VtOK OIIIO I,KVISfi,EOOMfl 7 AND fi OVTU
OITT KATJONAL IIAVU.
SAJIIJ1H, P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR, AT LAW
Ollieo over PIr.t National bank.
D.i id 'J'. Linofe'.tr. ,j0in. il. Laiibdun.
JJNEGAIt k LANSDEX,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
oillru on Sovcnth street, Winter' block
old ollieo uf Llueaar, Miinn ,t l'ojio, iVJI-lm
NO. 101 COMMKnciAI. AVKNUB,
KiTiich, HcoU'li nnd Ameilcan catslmcie
of all color, mid heaver mid broadcloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Ami made up In tbo
And nt the lowc.t price. A lino lltand Hist
class work guaranteed. Hatlnfactlo In all i e
find Immediate relief Irom all ti.iln by u.lm
thU ecrtaln lvmeily. It U eipially eifcctu.il
In cuts, burns, coaf.lJ, (.tlilne,, of tho neck,
wro throat, awcllfug, liillainatlmi. Iwl
bitep. pain- in the fiili;. or back, bites of Mil
lers or ctliii'i of ln-oct.
One rubbliiL' will In nil racs phc Imuicdl-,
ate relief, nnd a few application complete
On account or it- powerful penetrating '
properties It U beyond doubt the urot rem. j
euy ior mo ino-t troiiliIeoiuo illeae, to I UOTi:i..H
which hor-ei and oattlo are liable. It eure
neratche. old and fri-h cuts or Mircn, cbafoa : 3DJJbA.3l,OJr "P3TOTTG! TT!
produced by the collar or oaddles. Inluilei ' 1-J-cliM-L-c yN V to.tU
CARMI, . ILLINOIS.
ESTr.MIxcd drinks prrjiarcd with enrc.
. Try.; ,; yti.i. i nlj
eau-cd by mlNori.plliit'i eiitcriii iho llc.-li I
... iiuiiii., i, ihitn, praiii, -weencv, i"paMli
thni-li, and all dli-eaH" which dc-troy the
., SSTI'nll jlin-ctloriH accornpiiiy each hot-! (loot! ftabllnu eonnucted with Iho Iwu.e,
lie. I lie ni,ove are prepared only by aud ,ainp!c room fon ommerclal traelcr.
HARRY WALKER Prop r.
CUAYVTORJ) ,t mitl.
. , . i. 1,1 -M?rlic' Street, Philadelphia,
And sold by riorckccpcr scnorally tlirouch
out the country. n ,i.t..w
This hoiiae Ii newly Bttud up with two
I'rce o linn to and Irom nil trnln. j
2-5 Cmd, .1. M. DAMRON, Proprietor. WILLI A R D
PROSPECTUS FOUl.-SI-ni YEAR
T II E ALDI N E,
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, univcilly
admitted to bo the Homl'oniest Period,
leal In thu orld. A Roprenenti
tlvc and Chamtilon of Amer
.Vol Ior Halo In I2m,u r eM .Storen. i
,, art'dkpartment. I
of ...b-criptlo,, boa fall, wben 11.;, Allll ,!o i
ZJ, . ,' 1 , "'"ouieproportloiia and ren.
rccntatljo character, the e'lltlon will mo c
lnirW8,, !llp!,,t VC;'r,; ,,r0V'7'
Aluerlc.i l publiu imjirecliito n Mneere el-
lort In the call.! of Art. Tim imbl.hcr
unxloiM to Justiry tho ready comldei.ee Huh
demonstrated, lint e exerted thcm-clvc to
wnrv .i' H0"1'!1' "'I'1 I'l'pr-.vu the
a I V , , i, I'lllil i lU"'. Will ilt
JJELMONICO HOTEL. ,
UKO. I', I'AV, I'luprleliir ,
Watch kept day and nljjht for boat ami !
TERMS TWO DOLLARS PER DAY.
Ohio Leec, corner of .Sixth street,
2-1 tf. u CAIRO, ILLS
And two tine
JENNY LIND TABLES
The mloon la stocked with the he
ST. JA.MES HOTEL,
N'orthcait Corner Public Square.
Thin house hai recently been repaired and I
furnUheil nuwly throiihout. It l conveni
ent to the Mi.-inevi liuiisen ami tho court-hrju-o.
(Jnoil sample room.
arc compounded In the mot approved t y I u
SSTComo and seo lor yourself. . n
ti i',f T,wl11 reproduce cvamples ol
U. iv t V', Mdectod with a
Thu quarterly tinted plate, for 167:1, will
oh ,u 01 Jo,"J S' vl lull il tali "
wii ? ein1 'IlrcMlato to the four sea-
wo,,! i n,;,,; , :! ':..,"' ("r.
mv .iivii ui ii year s
PREMIUM CHROMOS TOR 187.!.
J-Acry sub-crlber to tbo Aldlnu, who pay
In idvauco for the year 18711. Avl l ree. lv;.
t wutaUUItloiial charKo, a '.aTr of' ,ea t:
f U o I chromos, unci- .1. J. Hill, tho eminent
.,.?11'1'..Mll!'l",t'r- 'rl1" pictures, e "'
"iT.o Vlllajfii Hello," ami "Crosslm. , ,
Moor," aro 1 x-'o lnchr-aro tulntc.lVo
i::. . II oreiit plates, reipi riiiB d liiiprc,'" ii
and tlnu to perfect eacli picture. S
ehromos nro soJd lor ::o per imlr In I"i h
storfK. As It U the deter'inln!, ' , J'f ,
d tctow to keep the Aldlno out of t l0 icac
ot conipctlt ou In .n cry departm 'nt th.
chro.noH will bo found nhea. ,' !'t
can ho offered by other periodic' Is Pverv
MibKcilbor will receive u eer lllcide over tlm
that tho throiuoa delivered sfiaff bo 1 ual to
the smiiplcs lurnMied ho K
The ,Vu.Hi,ffl!cy, 1,0 wluihloa
ri- h " 011 II-titre ofthH ifrade,
... ! .""'"IbeM to n Hvo dollar perl
Art :,,,V 11 "m"i ?' el'o-h Iu tlm history ol
ebeVo 'J "il',(!r)ll. uni.recedented
lin' . i" 1 1,'.l'.lt;0 '"!' l'1,u All" .
.v. , ',VC 1lalls.llttlu l,llort ' '""Irlaelo
iu.iHnv "V"" '"''t. aciualntud with tho
?,!.?imont,h0,'lvn Ki'Ulu and Im-
roed iiicchuiilcal uppllaiice. (Tor lllns-
i .'! .f'.V" !'."J.U l!',011"' u November l
sue ol tlio Aldlnc.)
THE LITRUARY DEPATtTilENT
will contiimo under tho caro or .Mr. Richard
Henry Stoddard, nssbtod by tho host writers
and poets ot tho day, vvho will strive to have
tno literaturo ot tho Aldlnu nlways In keen-
ln with Its nrtlstle attractions. '
fj I'er amiiii, in advance, with Oil Chro.
J ho Aldlnu will, hei eiller, bo obtainable
only iiy subscription. There will bo no re
duced or'club rate ; cash for subscriptions
must be scut to tho publishers direct, or han
ded to thu local agent without rcsponMbllity
ot tbo publisher, except ill cases whore the
eertlilcato is itlveu, bearllig tho fac-slinllo
UBiiiituro or.liimes Sutton & Co.
Any person wishing to net permanently mi
a local uifont. will receive full mi.1 nronint In-
lormationby applyini; to
JAMES rtli TTOISTrtCO., Piibllheit.
w .which i.hiiu .cw lorn
CAIRO CITY COAL
N In silpplT ouiwinnr allh Ih '
quality of ,
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS j
OQ A T i.
ORDERS lull at Halllday llros. office, 7
OHIO lkvuk, or at tho Coal Yard below the
St. Charlea Hotel, will recelvo prompt atten
tion. Tho Tuo "Montauk" will bring c'
nouKsldo lo Nteamera at any hour.
W1NEN AND I.IliOUIlB.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
V A I It O . I 1, 1. 1 H is I H .
Also, keep coottantly un baod a moil corn
plate atook of
BCOTOII AND IUIBU wniSKIKi
O I N B,
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Wltif
R. Smyth A; Co. are also ngmiU lorKpen
ccr. McKay .t Co.'h PlttsbuiK alo.orwlilch n
largo atock is kept constantly on hand nt
their wholesale store.
PARKER & BLAKK,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
11KTWEIK WABU'N XV K.N UK AND WALHUl
Dr. II, K, Fluid Informa tno imtlln that hn Imi
LIVKRVSTAli I, K,
SboVo! norlhwo,, ",d0 of Teath street a. uaoie
Ula B.'.ble. will be furnished with none but the
AND GOOD .VEHICLES,
and tho publlo may bo accommodated at al
bourn of tho day and night with safe teams
on tho lowest terms.
Dr. Picldi asks a share of publlopatrouase
ml wUl endeavor to merit It by lair dealing
nd strict attention to bum
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
I'ully, llenalne, lliwollue,
anl tl.o celeliratfil illiiinlnatlpy
HUOBH,LOII.DlN CCP lTU T. A COM
Caibo . - l"1'0"-
f BOAT STOBUS
PROVISIONS a, TO.
Obi Livii Oaiso, Iu,