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WKDHifeUAV, APRIL 22, 1874.'
.OUN H. OHEULY, Kdilor .nrf l-ubllshor
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Ami nnelbJ 8 00
taanttL 6 3fl
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'TIBlfSoV wEKKty nill.LKTIM.
One Tear $l jj
181 Months., i....
Three Months W
Invrlbir in auvance,
MMllar mntlrr on cwry imjn.
The supreme lodge of the Knights
of Pythias of the world Is now in r-es-sion
in Pitlsburg, Pa. Five thousand
knights will appear in the grand pro
Alexander li .Steimikns h a con
firmed invalid and lias left Washington
for his home in Georgia. He has most
probably taken hia last farewell of
The Sanborn investigation ii nearly
completed. Ono result of the investiga
tion,will bo the passageof a bill repealing
the law under which the Sanborn con
tract were let. True to himself, Rut
ler's vote will bo the only one in con
gress, against the passage oi the bill.
It is rumored that Joseph Pattorsou,
President of the Western Rank of Phil
adelphia, has been ofTercd Kichardson'o
placo at the head of the treasury. Al
so, that Senator Cameron ia busy as a
bee working io secure the place for his
on. Meantime, Richardson has not
The overflow of the lower branches
of the Mississippi river has caused in
describable distress in Louisiana. Ten
thouand square miles of the
state arc covered with water,
and many thousand families
are rendered homeless nud altogether
helpless, by tho great calamity. Tho
mayor of New Orleans made an appeal
to the citizens of Louisville, for help
for the sufferers, 'and tin Sunday lat,
the Fifth-street colored baptist church
of that city, took up n collection for
their relief. This church was tho only
one which responded to the appeal of
Mayor Wiltz, and deserves honorable
The women's war on whisky has
caused a wide discussion of the temper
auee question of the causes of intem
perance and its cure. .Madame llya-
ciutho Loyson has written a letter
troin Geneva, to the women of Amur
ica, encouraging them in the "holy
war they liavo inaugurated." She docs
not however believe that the appetite
for strong drink comes only with ma
ture years, but that it often arises out
of injudicious feeding in childhood
and youth. Shosayst
Tho great American malady ii tlto
malady of the stomach. Conscientious
people become dyspeptic j non-conscientious
become drinkers. Hear in
mind this, fact, that the appctito for
drink is not necessarily made by drink
ing, but in nine cases out of ten it is
created itud cultivated at your tables
in your children by thu use of coffee,
tea, pepper, pickles, mustard, spices,
too much salt, hot bread and pastry,
raw meat and grease, and, above all, by
the use of tobacco. Tho cry of a de
pmed appetite and an inflamed stom
ach is always for homcthing stronger.
The use or coup, milk and salad, pre
pared with good oil, should bo cultiva
ted. In short, reform your tables if
you would reform your d'runkards and
save your sons.
THE NEXT BENATK.
Twenty-six vacancies will occur in
the United States scuatc within tho
next year. The selection ol these, fol
lowing tho elections of 1871 will make
the fall compaign, interesting every
wncre, animateu ana luttcr in
some states. Tho senators who will
retire, if not elected to be their owu
huoccssors, will be Pratt oi ludiaua
Carpenter of Wisconsin, Chandler tf
Michigan, Ramsey of Minnesota, Schurz
of Missouri, Tipton of Nebraska, Ruck
luglum of Connecticut, Hamlin of
Maine, Edruuuds of Vermont, Spraguo
of Rhode Island, Waihburn ol Massa
chusetts, who has just been elected to
filfthe unexpired terra of Scuator Sum
nom, deceased, lloreman of West Vir
ginia, Gilbert' oLFjorida, Vl&uigan of
Texas, Piachback of Louisiana, Rrown
low 9f Tennessee, Rayard of Delaware,
Scott of PeiuyIfnitt,,Stockton of New
Jersey, Fenton of New York, and Stew
art of Nevada.
SOS those somo aro certain of a
re-election; others aro in n state of sus
pense whotber they will lo re-elected
to tho senate or remanded to pri
vate life, whilo eomc half a dozen are
among the b!eed'who expect nothing
for thoy shell not bo disappointed.
Pratt, Carpenter, Chandler, Schurz,
Hamlin, Edmunds, Bayard, and Stow
Jt fJHebrukf . aro reasonably
sure that tlioj- will ""bo called
resume their scats in the sen
ate. Several of these have proved
thcmsolvcs hotiost. faithful nud capabl
scrvauts oi tho pooplo, and to thfc honor
of themselves nu'd their, constituents
will owo . their continuation in
public scrvico to this , cause
Senator ftcwait is perhaps tho
wealthiest iiiiioiil' them, nud if
necessary, ho will spend n Finall for
tune for nnolficr six year' Icaso of his
Of those whose tenure of tcnntorial
office is n matter of uncertainty, is
Drownlow, whoso service is likely to
be cut short by death at any moment j
Spraguo, whoso financial failure will not
bo forgiven by his mammon-worship-
ping constituents, Stockton, who has n
formidable rival in William Walter
helps, young, brilliant and wealthy,
and a few others whose withdrawal
from tho senate will bo unnoticed, as
their service in it has been unmarked.
AROUND ABOUT CAII10.
.Johnson Copntv So far tho wet
weather has permitted but little farm
Mrs. Samuel Carter, aged ninety
one year and one moiith, iled on (ho
7th inst. '
TI12 Christian church of Vienna
has just been completed.
White Coiwtv The circuit court
of this county meet this week. "
-The White county fanners' club
has instructed tho secretary to apply
to the proper authorities for a list of
invalid pensioners in the county, with
the amount paid per month to each,
for the purpo.-c of discovering if there
arc any undeserving persons living oft"
the general government in that county
Union Countv Fannie Littleton,
of " Anna, has been bound over in the
sum of two hundred dollars to appear
at the next term of the circuit court to
answer to the chargo of infanticide.
-The temperance excitement has
reached Cobden and the ladies are
hold'ni" "larce and enthusiastic" meet
ings every Saturday night. The town
board. will bo petitioned to abol'icli the
The fruit crop about Cobden i-
believed to be entirely safe.
ilr. (ioorge Tlunsakcr will be nigh
ty-four years of age in May, lift lived in
Union county fifty-nine years and taken
the .Joncsboro 'Gazette' for twenty-five
TUB MAY MAO A IN KS.
Lippincott'jj Magaziuo for May is
one of tho most bright and entertain
ing numbers of this favorite monthly,
and is profusely illustrate!. Tho ta
ble of contents is as follows :
"Tlio Now Hyperion.' From Purls to
Marly by wuy of tho Ubtno. XI. Tho
N'ockar Koviiitod: Old yriumW til II01J0I-
barg Agalu. JlluitrAtcd. Jty Edward
Mrabiin. "In n U&ravitri with Jorouio thu
ruintor." Concluding paper. Illustrated
'Tho JJIuoblrd," l.y Jauion .Mniirieo
Thompson. "JUlcoui." cbontorj i;.si J.v
(ieorgo Jlscdouuld. "A 'Muot' in tho
Campinjna," tiy T. Adolphua Trollopo.
"Uosbler ii DeshW; Or My I.ifo us h
Hook A gen t." Two 1'arW. lly B.rnh
Wintor Iil!oj;ir. "Hurning and Kuryiiig
In tho Kiut," uy Funnlo Kopor Fuudgo.
"Tnseo to I.oonorn," by Titus Munnon
Conn. "A Modorn Creesidii.' Chapters
0 and 10. Uy Francis Ashoton. "Tho
British Civil .Service," by HoL-lnald Wvn-
ford. "A Visit to l'astii." by It Davoy.
"Fororor," by John Hoylo O'Kollly.
"Our Monthly Gossip ;" A Children s
Hull nt ltomo The Soeloty of tho Cincin-
natl Salt Hill A Wuraini to Hui-
bands. "Llteraturo of tho Day;'' Ches
ney'i 'Kisays in Military Uiojjraphy
rrinccss .Mario lilchtunstoln'e "Holland
Houso' Harnerton's 'Chantora un Anl.
mals' Hooks roceived.
Julos Vorno 8 now storv. "Tho ilvntrri.
ou Ittand," is continuod in thu itay
numoer oi 'bcribner's, with which num-
oer a now voiuino of this inBgazino is bo-
gun. In tlio same number Edward Klnir
has another "tiroal Koulh" chapter, pro
fusoly lllustraltd. Mr. King deal, this
mouth, wan the mountains of 'IVnnceeco,
Oeorla and tJouth Carolina. "Adina."
an intorosting story by llonry James, ,lr ,
is begun, and will bo concluded in June.
-Mrs. bpolloril has a touching etory unti
tlod -'At IiSit;" and thorn is n uraphlo
ketch by It. II. I), of "Tho Doctor's
Wife." Mr. Itichardson's lliustratod piper
on tha "Sow IIodidi of Vn A'l.
on tha "iiow llomej of 'ow York." tolls
and ogt;osts mueli about tho ''flat" fvt-
l.in n) II.. I., M. U...I .. J
"Tonnyson" with ids usual skill, insinht
w... w. iiiiithi . i .jiuuuinu 1 if 11.1
uu tmuuiitiiv. jir. ituunor, Sunnrin
tondont of l'ubllo Instruction of tn. Siui,,'
of Virginia, gives his own detijed opluioii
on tho "Co-Kducation of tho Whlto and
Colored lWccsi" nnd Mr. Schumacher do
tcrlbos tho lately dis;ovored ".Silver Dos
orl' of Kouth America. Mr. 'J'avlor'i
"District Sclnol." tho nnnnl
u.,rin,.DB,,y n.lll?.V-KJ KvtynRo; and
Miss Trafton's "Ivalharlno Eirlii" is also
Illustrated. Dr. Holland, In 'Topics of
tha Tiino'' writes about "Star Lecturing "
"Tho Oroat Tompcranco Movement" and
"Political Morality." "Tho Old Cabinet"
contains "A Crooked Lino" and tlio
U oodiplurgn." Tho "Etchings" tbU
month aro enlarged to four pago. and
"Homo and bocloly" deals ontlrolv with
Wk often woudcr at the Holf.deuial
of misers. We have a cape in this place
worthy of note. Ono Ferguson, a bach
elor of 45 years, has becu working for
the Mt. Carbon company for thu past
five years. Tho pains with which he
hoards his mouoy, has grown to bo a
perfect mania, lie owns every dollar
of bonds issued in payment of tho licau
coup bridge. Ho also has Sfi.Ol'O in
cash on deposit with the Mt. Carbon
company and money loaned to other
parties, in all amounting to perhaps
820,000. Ah an items of economvand
gain, ho has been in tho habit of saving
tho crackers put in his diunor bucket.
for part of his noou meal bent him from
his boarding house, and hoarding them
nway in his tool ohc I until ho saved
threo pounds, when ho would return
them ami have tho nuiount, i!.r cunts,
placed to his ctcdit. On Monday
morning Ferguson como to tho grocery
store of Clipper Si Loosley una Bold
nine eggs and received payment in
thread. The eggs provo to bo boiled.
They hnd been accumulated iu the same
manner as the crackers, by denying
himself what was intended as part of
his noon meal. I Muriilivsborn fndc-
C it E.MAT Ion would never have rath-
fled Mrs. M. M. Schofield, milliner, of
oi I roy, iSew iork. Knowing that
some day, soon or late, death would
claim her, nnd haviut: u horror of
dowdy funerals as for any sort of ill
taste, some years since she prepared
carefully it programme for her funeial,
purchasing at the s:imo time a miautitv
of black velvet, which was to play an
important part in the last grand dis
play. Some days noo Mrs. ti., bavin-'
attained the lipc ago of tifty-two, was
called to a brighter and belter world,
where fashions never change and feath
ers are forever the rnue. The casket
wherein the remains were placedj was
made of yellow pine, lined with zinc
nnd white satin, and covered with black
silk velvet, with elegant nnd elaborate
trimmings. The whole top of the
casket was off, displaying the full length
ligitro of the corpo, which, having
been an animated fashion plate, was re
duced to tho condition of a dummy fur
drapery. She was attired in u full
dress of lich black i-ilk velvet, trimmed
willulace. . delicately gloved hand
held a rioh lace handkerchief, the other
was bared, the better to display a dia
mond ring. Her directions were car
ried out to the letter, and, ns a fashion
able 'corpso she must have attracted
much more attention than ever she did
as a fashionable bonnet-maker.
The Mississippi legislature has en
acted a statute that will be a .-erious
obstacle to the liquor traffic if it is
enforced. It gives the people of each
township or city the privilege of decid
ing whether or not they will license
the sale of liquor, but dillcrs materially
from other "local option laws," in that
a petition requires the signature of n
majority of the men over twenty-one
years of age, and of women over
eighteen years of ago, in any locality,
before the license can isMic. This is a
commendable recognition oi the rights
of women, who are often the worst i-uf-ferers
troin intemperance, even 011 the
part of others.
A land agent iu Colon do rcmaikeil
to an inquiring emigrant that all that
Has needed to make the jdacc a pnia
iliso was a comfortable climate, water,
and good society. "1 hat is all that is
lacking in hell, was t lie icply.
HEAL, EXTA'fSC ASlKAVIr.
J In i. Iliniun. Uku'UmtI'
J. Q. HAR.MAN & CO.
IEIEA-Xj Esta TIE
llOVSK AO KNT3,
And Lrnid Ai.ciil.- ! ihf flHiim-(Vnlral and
lliilllUijiMii ami .Ml-nui'l It. It. C(h.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
71 Ohio Levee, (Second Floor,)
liny and Fi ll ISKAI. IISTATI;. I'.iv TAXI.
I'liriiUhca Aliitl-ucls of Title.
Eoto. Wood & Co
1130 RI IK IK AVHNUK
J'JII LADELA IlfA, PUNA'.,
rouniahiF, Vases, Animals. Iron Stairs',
Lamp I'osN, Stable l'lttintrs,
CAST. WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
NEW and IMKOVEl'l) CII.MK lor thculn s,
Concert anil t.eeturu Hall.
And a General Assortment of Orna
mental I rou Work.
EMImUcs and dcMyngt cnton application,
hilling inn cImm 01 work dnlrcd.
;m-i li-cod i;
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
iii: i.i:ui i.
or Al.I. KlMiS, UAIll) AND 8M'T,
Kri-p coii-talill) ouhnlid
Mill and Vmd.t rm!"1!1.lt!,I Htlcc'
j and Ohio Levee.
Boot & Shoe
lii'lucen Tenth and llli-wmii Mrt-et-,
CAIIiO, 1 1.I.S.,
Uprep.11e.ltJ till onlers without delay.
Ilc.liu a line MoeK. ol liiiiiorti d leather on
hand. Jim iccoImmI from Now York, and has
put down lil. prlc to thu low cut notch
Fl. SMYTH & CO,
filQUOIt 3) 13 A L E K S ,
No. CO Ohio Levee,
B. F. PARKER,
(fc'ucccsoor to Parker ft Blake
PAINTS & OILS,
And Ilii'fi U'liiMlr.l llliiiiiiiiailii','
Hr. a' KulMlng, ltth :U. - OoinorcUl A v.
EW LIVERY STABLE
MILLS W r.tltKI'.il, Piopiitlor.
Ti nth Street, uetwci ii Walnut and Wash
ington. naMii-puii li.i-edthe entire Hoc)., .Stable,
ttor-o.-, ( airi:iue, Htlyidcf, rtc, ot Pr.
ritdd, and adiliid (ever.il new "tuinout","
Mi. Parker now Invltun all hit Iriend", old
and new, in wantot Saddle Uor.-cH. Iloulilc
or Single Can I.i?ch, or anything clue Iu Ids
line, to (,'lvc Iii in a call. Ill l'Jdin
C. H. WHEELER,
l'l ll.m: IN
WOOD AND GOAL
OITH I. ASP YAlill.
101b. SI. bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A l.irge Mipplj of ritlsiiuri; and UU
Muddy coal iMiirtautly on hum!, .St'ivo
A'ood eav.fd li order, 'ordcrj fur ecal or
wood ihould bo le't at the olln-n 011 Tenth
tercet. Tern). c;t-Ii on Ucllery.
NKW YORK STOitH,
WHOLE3ALK AND RKTAIL.
LiBOKiT VAMIhrV tTOOC J T11H K'llt
OOODU liOLD VKHY UI.OiJK.
Jonivr of r.ljiol.Milh Mtr'.t uuit (Vuu
I!. O. l'ATIEII
BEMIS, BRO. & CO.
HOME COTTON .MILLS,
30 Ohio Levee, - Cairo, Ilk
hmifai tin 1 r of
Mineral Spring Water,
AND I1I..M.I.U IN
HOTTLKD ALU AN I) CIDHR,
OHIO l,i:Vi:i:, between Jdimd lib Sis.,
( cixeo. iLia.
Sail'onl, Morris & Cumlec,
I N.SU HA N( V. Ad ENTM,
7!J Ohio Lcvco, City National Rank
lluildinj,', Caiho, I i.l-s
'I'lii' iilde.-l i"'tabli.b,., Ainev In Noutbi'in
of llm l.cH liMir.uicv Capital ol (ho f. S.
C N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Levee, over Mathus & UhlV.
JEQfA'i)iir hut fust-chin Compunu
38X737 0 XX 33 XL,
And Dealer In
Eioiith Hrni:&T, iikt. AVasiii.votoh ami
Kri-ps the best orilccf, l'nlk,Milt'oii
I.anib. Hau-iipc, cli, ami i prcpar
erve fnnilllc In a arccptablo uinnlii'i'.
"O Xa O DE-X 33 jFS.
Ami Dealer Iu
ALL KINDS OF J'lUWH JIUATS
Hear (!or. Twcntlotb 9trot and
HYLAND & SAUR,
And Pc.ili'i'.'i in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Cur. Huh Mii'ct and Conituor-lal Avciiiu-,"
Scl dour to tin' Jl hind :dtii.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLES A LI (illOOint,
And Dealer In
No. TO Ohio J.nee, CAIRO, ILLS
65T!?peclal attention i;lven to ronili'n
ments unit tilling ordiTH. lt.'i it
m:i rn in
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
IM'o. HO Oliio Xjovoo,
10? ITS 1TOT TITJE
DR. fl U LTZ
IH I) KAI).
in: is stili. i.ivi.vu am'i. aiii
Illitollluo ami ttlijirii'iary at
NO. 22 KIGUTU STRICRT,
lift. Commercial ami W.vniuyiou avuniH".
It 1h true, the doctor 1h olio of thu oldest
pbyMclans of the place, and bin diploma,
that hunt; in Ids oillce. chow that be has
been VI yearn in tho profctrlou. Ho Ih ilolni;
a larger olllcc jiraiitlco than any other phy
sician, treating all kinds ot chronic dlseao
ot tho human nyhteni, such aa old ulcer, ami
all dlfc:ieii of tlio skin, humorri and blood
poloni; alfo dUcatica of tho throat; abo
all dliteaseH ot tho eyes of yearn htandliiK;
also artltieial eyen Inorted; tlttula cured
without tho UMi ol a unilo ; canecrn cured
by the application of medicines; pimple 011
tho face icmoved; all urinary dleaeii
cured ; all forim of veneioal and private
dlM!aes cured In tho shortest time ; iomla
weuKiiur ami beii-aiiUko ciireil 111 11 xlior
It in Mi-evident that a physician treating
cases for twenty-two years acquires icat
All cnnju!tallonH conlldcntleal, in persoc
or by lettoa.
inodleinpi4 furnished at olilro In all
Itl-113 tf.l Dlt. 1)AII lttJI.T..
; 1:1:1:1 1. 1 .
Comm ission Morel ian 1
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, I luir, kc.
1:33"! will tll 111 far load bus at nnnul'te
turn's pibi'i, adding frclhl.
J. M, PHILLIPS,
Ooi n in issioi i M'crcha n t
Preprejiarcd to 1'orwaid nil hinds ol'
Freight to nil jiointn.
IrHiili)cs allnided lo promptly.
MILLER & PARKER,
KLOUIt, CORN, OATS, UAV, &o.
Agents lor Tairhauk'H .Scales.
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
CUFFJSY, HARRISON &. CO.,
(Suci-ebsori to D. Ilurd ft Hon,)
ri.UUU,lillAIN AMI HAY,
No (13 Ohio Laved, OA1UO, D.LM,
Iff f I Af 1 t
Chrmi(':il5, Tatcnt rctlicinos, IVrfuiiiei-y, .Soaps, brushes,
Toiiott Articlo.s, Dnii.sl's J'anov Cloods, Collier White
Load ami Oilier (Jradi's, Taints, Colors, Oils, Ararnislics,
Window fJlasH, Wax .Material, Tube Colors, Dve
St nils, Kic, Ktc, iOtc. '
iyVi?lfl,'.llt'f!rir,,on'1,''!1''0 nml nr',,,r Iroin DruMJ, I'hysIrlatM and (lom ral Store
b XV HlmM w in'!!' "'',IV'' l'"nt!l'V '"id Family .Medicine cases turn-
Wu'tl or i.clllk'il with lti'li:il.c Drut al Ki-a-onablf Itatci.
iTSWIIULKSAI.B vS: IiKTll,
71 (llllll l.UMT.
ROSE & TEMME
W holt ale nud Retail dealers in Tine
FRENCH AND QRNAMEN
FLOWKKS, LKAVKS COM I'Altlil) HANDS, JJKIDES
And I'.verjthiiix Pcrtainin;; to Con feel iuiier. Ornaiuental
NO. 172 V7ASHIITGT01T AVENUE,
CAIRO, " ILL.I1MOIS.
(hctwecn lllth and 1 lllist .)
Oiderafiuin Abroad Hill icceite Proui.t Attention Kt-tivals and Pic niei
I'tirni-'hed at Rcdm-cd Price.-.
(Late Proj.riclcr of tho S. Nicholas Motel)
lias hccoine Superintendent ij tho
CORKKIt S1XTJI STItEKT AND OHIO LEVEE.
-Mr. AJ alkrrhavinK taken el.arKe ol'this old and well-knotvii house, will at
inee .vo it n tlioroiiuli rcuovutiiiy, and put it iu iir.t-clasH order for the rccep
ion guest. Mr. Walker will tvelcon.e hi- old cuMonicr.i to tho new hZf ll
will nlwuyH ho fjlad to tec them. .
First-class Day lioard 20 per Month.
KARBY WALKER, Su p i,
SO Ohio laetrcfa
. S3DMUHB HUEFWER,- Proprietor-
The Planter's llniwo is located on Ohio Lovco Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO I1ATLROAD DEPOTS-AND
And in tho Center of the RiiFhicHs Portion ol the City. Tho Ifouso ia now
and complete in all itu appointments. The rooms, am laro and airy, besides
being olcgantly furniHhed and carpeted. (iueals will lccelvo courteous treat
ment and the best of accommodations.
Transient Guests 2 por Day. Day Hoarders 20 por Month.
A Trusty WatcWor Trains and Boats Day and Night.
paint nu on
RKTAIL & l'KEfCKll'TION,
Viishliitim Ate. cor. Highlit SI.
- CAIRO, ILLS,
II II I K I ,