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PrilE HITKW'IIEAT FLOUR.
A Horso for Sal.
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VOL. 7. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1875. NO. 35.
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tForoign and Domestic
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With my beer,
While golilcn monieiita (111 I
And, as they fly,
iklngdry. . . .
.sit, Idly ripping here
My n tr.
), liner fur,
'J hati fniiie or rlrhca are
Hhmdd I '
What If lurk ha panned me by
What If my hon are dead
Jly pliiuuns rieilr
Have I not. till
Of rljiht K""d ihwr
tlgnr an"l brer?
lo, vihlnlrj? youth,
Uoweep nml Mall.
SIkIi and viotr nafr.
Wcuse melaiicholy lliyuie
On thu old tiiiiex,
WIiom-Jojs, lllefliil(j7 ghosts, nppw
bur I loss
So, If I gulp my sorrow iava,
Or thfin dniwn,
In fiiiwiiy draughts of old nut brown,
'Iheii do I nmr the crown,
A RACY SCENE IN THE LOWEB HOUSE.
Ifosv Npcnker Ilnlnrn Lectures tliu
ItH.lleHU. nml IIm-ii SiiiK-i Ttlt'lil. Ill
iliiciiiilliin ul JuiM-H nml Slllirni,
"ONLY A HIT OK A IMxCrSKIOX."
Si'iti.firii:i.ii, 111., .Ian. 27. The cotn
mitUf 011 c(jniliii:uiitfxi)i;iiR's f-tilmilttud
two rejiortu in n-latlon m the n-folutloti
calling iikjii the icakur toiII-thar.'u UU
dark. '1 he majority report was adver-u
to the resolution : the minority recoin
iiiciideil It- iiilontloii. A iiiotioii made on
the republican Mde of the hoii'e to adopt
the minority report wan tabled liv a vote
ofyea, 71 ; iiay., W. Mr. Albright then
nioveil, by direction of speaker llalnes.
who had vacated the chair in favor of
.Mr. Ciiiiimln, that the majority report
lx! amended o that the clerk would re
ceive but $4 per da. Hardly had he
done so, however, than .lones.'of.lo Da
vie", who voted with the majority for a
purpose, entered a motion to reconsider
the vote Jttt announced. He win
permitted to send up his motion
and have the same entered on the
journal. Then It wa discovered that Al
lirl"h't's motion was not lrenuiue and
hence was ruled out. After i-evcral min
utes had Ijeeii vated, .Merritt. of .Ma
rion, ollcred a substitute llxlnjj the jiav
of the speaker' clerk at $1 mid no more.
Then Sjieakcr Halne spoke to the minor
ity side of the house. He denounced
their iiettifo'lng ellorts to embarra-s
the speaker and to delay legation, and
called their ntteutloii to the fact that the
law Uxed the clerk's pay po-Hlvely nt $1.
He relerretl to the fact that the resolution
was originally adopted by a ittiatiliuoiH
vote, and said that if the KejmblicaiH
were willing to so on the record as vot
inir for sonielhhiir thev acknowledi-ed
they knew iiotliliiir about, he had no oIh
Jections. After he had further denounced
tin; minority sum 01 the iiou-e, tie coiieln
ded hi remarks hv movliiir llie nrevloii
'i'his niitde tho Ilepubllcatis an?rv.
They were "red hot," and thev veiled
ami nooicu ami Hissed, nud shouted
"Coward, " lfCoward." "Coward" ntMr.
Haine-i, and shook their Hits at litm , and
made a trreat ileal of uimece-sarv noUe.
The voice of Jones, of .)o I)avIe-, wa
iiearii niiove all otiiers1, saying: "1 ink
the Hon.-e a a iier.-oual favor to let me
get at the gentleman from Lake;" and as
lie ftioKe lie shook nis ion'' arm at .Mr.
Haines, and members ltoli ud and around
lilm yelled and hN-d louder than before.
The yeas and nays, were demanded, and
llie roll-call wai proceeded with amidst
great confusion. The rc-ult as finally
announced was. yeas. 7.r: nav-. 71. and
so the previous (notion wa ordered. It
is nam to ten wiiellier Jones or l lalllii
w:is most excited when .Mr. Halne mov
ed the previous question. The gentle
man had uttered burning word of truth,
and the Kepubllcans felt keenly the pun
Munent. What they wanted was a
chance to reply, and hut for the ordering
of the previous question mud and -lime
wouiit nave ncen inmg 011 all the members
present. .It Ih the opinion of lookers-on
that the lloti-e acted wUelv in refusing
to permit further discussion. Had the
debate, so called, continued, a light would
nave occurred beyond a doubt.
How Frnnk Moulton Heard of Ills
Brooklyn Special, -iTUi, to CliiclnnattlCommcr-
Tnicv had lust asked witness a ques
tion aud received an answer about this
matter, when business wa Interrupted
by an episode. A mes-eiiger liandul 11
note to Kullerton, of TiltonV counsel,
who handed it to KvarK of Heceher's
counsel, when a few words of conven
tion took place, and both lawyers simul
taneously told him that some one nt the
door de.-lred his presence. He left his
chair and walked rapidly to the door,
which he passed through, when Fuller
ton addressed the court saying that the
sudden and unexpected death of Jlr.
.Motilton's mother made his absence ne
cessary, and should cui'e the postpone
ment of nny farther cross-examination.
The Judge uttered an exclamation of
surprise, and ilr. Kvarts hoped tho court
would accede to .Mr. Fullerion's request,
which Judge Ndlsoit at once expressed
his readiness to do. This action hall
liardlv been taken when .Moulton walked
niralu rapidly into court, stood before the
Judge, nml said i "Your Honor. I liavo
just learned of my mother's death, hut I
will llnlsh this examination now, If it
won't be ton long, bcloru I go."
His emotions were evidently strong,
and bis eves were tilled with tears, vet
Ills voice was clear ami but slightly trem
ulous, The feelings of nil present were
touched, and .Mr. Jleeclier looked with a
sympathetic face upon Ills accuser. The
judge told him that his further testimony
would bo deferred, hut witness and Kul
lerton oxchamred a few word", when thu
latter rose, saying he had referred the re
quest to the witness, aud he himself
thought It deslrablo that private grief
should give way to public duty. He has
consented, and wc will llntsh this exam
ination. Upon this, .Moulton again stcii
neil mi to thu w itness chair.
I learn that his brother-in-law, who
1 was In an ante-rosin, had brought the
1 news, but It 'vr.s there, coinintinleated to
him by .Mr. .Morris, who said ; "Frank,
; I've had news lor you ; you must be pro
1 pared for tho worst ; your ufother Is
... , i ' ...iv , 111 muni-
er r ' III? emotions were strong, hut he
added: '.Sain. I must go on wilh Ibis
cro-cx.nnhint!oii. It's my first duty
now." He moved toward Hie court
room, ivjteatlng, "I mustlliiMi thlscros
examination; this I must do the llrst
thing." It aiipcar that Ids mother,
whose htnliaiul I" still living, died In
.New York, at an early hour In thu morn
ing, altera few days' Illness, which re
sulted hi pueumoiiU. but the news had
been kept from him till noon.
A Nolile 1'lij l( Inn.
IFrom I'aris CiTesiid(iice N. Y Graphic
Diipuytreu was n famous surgeon, hut
brusque and unpolMicd n ' outrance.
One day as he re-entered Ids hotle hi;
found installed In the aiite-rooin an old
priest who had long been awaiting his
"What do you want of ine'r'' growled
"I wish you to look nt tills," meeklv
replied the prle-t, taking olfim old wool
en cravat, which revealed upon the napu
of his neck a hideous tumor. Dniuiytreti
looked nt It.
"You'll have to die with that," lie
"Thanks, doctor." simply replied tho
priet, replacing his cravat. "I am much
obliged to you for warning me, as I cmi
prepare myself, n well us my poor par
ishioners, who love 1110 very much."
The Mlrf'i'Oll uliii u:w ni'vur nslnnlvli...)
at great tldngs, looked upon this prised,
who received his ileath-'entoncc unmov
ed, with nmaumeiit, and added.
"( 'oinc to-morrow at eight o'clock to
the hotel Ulett and ask for mo."
Thi lirli'bt wtik liriiimif Tin c.tf.rfwiti
procured for hltn a special room in" tho
iioiiuii, ami in a moiitirs iniiu tlie man
Wl'llt nut. illri.il. Wlinli li'ni'ttiip I1.1
.............. ........ ........v, ,.r.t
out of a sack thirty francs in small change.
'It I. !lll I .-.11 iM,f v.. I, .1,...!..- M 1...
said, "I came here on foot from H In
onier to save tills." l lie doctor looked
at the money, smiled, and, drawing n
hai.ilftil of gold Irom his pocket, put It
In the batr nliiiiir with tin- tlilrlv inmi.j
saying, "It is lor your poor,'" and the
inoi weiu away, noine vwtrs later, tlie
celebrated doctor, feeling death to bo
near, bethought himself of the good cure,
and wrote to him. Ho came, mid hupiiv-
tri ll roccUcil (mm tlm "l i.t I'miml'i.
tlons" and died in his amis.
s II el Nlnbles.
The usual method of ventilating sta
ble heiieatli barns, is bv allowing the
foul air to escaitc throU""li the hav and
grain stortsl above tlie animals. This Is
objectionable for obvious reasons. .Such
stables, with poles or rails for the lloor
above, are dingy, dark, and generally
well festooned with cobwebs. Besides
their disagreeable appearance, thev allow
the dtiM, chall and liay-seed to fall upon
the backs af the catUe. andthco arc thus
always kept unclean, hark stables anil
coats matted w ith du-t are not liealtHlnl
for cattle, to say nothing of tho deterior
ated condition ot the teed stored above
them, which I expoed to all the foul air
that rises from beneath. We greatly
prefer to have tho lloor above laid with
matched boards, which will prevent any
dust falling through, and to have life.
beam- and under side ot the lloor white
washed. Ventilation may be provided
by spout. through which hay or straw
could be thrown down below.'and which
should terminate. In grated ojienlngs
beneath tho calves. Amtricnn Agrieul
iuriit. Schenck'o Pulmonio Syrup, Sea Wood
Tonic, and Mandrake Fills.
These do .ervudly culebrnteil nml popu
lar medicines have ellictcda resolution In
the holding art, and proved the lallaey ol
so viral ui:i.lnis which have lor many years
obstructed the progress of medical science.
Thu lalsii supposition that Consumption is
incurable deterred phynicluti. Irom attempt
ing to tlnd remedies lor tint disea c, and
patients alllietcd with it reconciled them
selves to death without making un effort to
csuapo frrni a doom which they siippo-ed
to be unaiold ible. It Is now proved, how
ever, that Consumption can be cured, and
that It has been cured in a very great num
ber of cirs s (some of thcra apparently des
per tc onesi by Sehenck's Pulmonic Syrup
alone; and in other cises by the sune med
icine In connection with Schenck's Sea
Weed Toulo and .Mandrake. I'M-, one or
both, according to tho requirements ol tho
Dr. Schcnck lilni'cll. who enjored unln
tcrnqiled good health for more than forty
years, was supposed, at one tlmo to bo at
the very gacnfdcatli,hlsphvicians hav log
pronounced his case hopelets, and aban
done 1 him to his fate. Ho was cured by
the aforesaid medicines, at d since bis lecov
ery, many thuuiandssimilaily ntfectedbave
used Dr. Schenck's preparation with tho
samo remarUublo succuts.
Kail directions accompany each, miking
It not absolutely neces.iry to personally see
Dr. Sclienck unless patients wish their
lungs examined, Mid for this purpose he Is
protessionally at Ids principal olllee, corner
Sixth and Arch streets, Philadelphia, every
Mondiy, vvhoru all letters lor advl o must
be a tdrussed. Schcuck's medicines ore
so!dbyul. druggists. 12-30-lm
TIIKlii: Is more fun in the
(,'hrnmos l'l.t't'lv than nny
luinteil or printed story that has
Ims'ii given lis the pulillo for years.
Xeser Iwlbiehu. ihvii neconleil tn
any picture or set of pictiiirs, the
iii;iiiliirily lhe-e t'linuiios have
uttalued SUe, six by twenty-
two Inches. 11 lee, ten dollar
ddrrss onlers to
j. r. uyiii:i;.
2nr fr IU:WAltI)-ror a cm. of
tjpOUU.UU Chills sshich my Indlau
Aku ltirnedy will not eflectually eradicate from
the bj ntcin. Only W cents fur lull directions lor
conipouiidluy the medicine. autlsfactluii piuirr
anteeo or money rrfmulnl. Address It. W,
ItlSsKI.I,. .Mineral siirllik', Ohio.
-VTntlfe I hrrclir given that the lav books for
XN the j ear l74 have been phired in my hands,
and that 1 well ha nt Ih tallowing uuincd nl.icrs
nt (lie 1 1 in In-low set forth, for the puipo.cof
oollfctlnk' the luxe, of .aid yrnr:
1 Clear Crsrk l'rrlnet, Cully A Marchlldon'
stma, IVhlllsry 1S76.
Clear Creek l'recinct, E. A. Kdinuuson'a
stcre, I'elnuaiT 2., 1S73.
. 'Ihclies Pifclnct, J. U. ItnlnhiK'i store, 1'eb-inary'-'l,
sautu re 1'ierinrt, Wia. Iialand'a tore, Feb
jnsry S.', 1RJ5.
(iooe Islind fieclnrt, O, liirenle'a itoic,
I'ebniary ai, 1S7S
llog'loolh 1'irclnct, N, lluniasker' houre,
Feiiruary 37, IS7.
Unltr rreolnct, Hoilura A Atheiton's lore,
March I, 1;..
Ilazlcnnml I'leclnrt, (.eorge W. Short's slore,
Ililn )our last year1 Isx irctlpts, ni It li mi
ft to trust to the I'tx bok nlone for dcrip
lion of lnnd.
Caiko, 1)1., January t, 1S7J.
A1.K.V. II. IltVIX.
154-1-1 t-vrta. Ulttriet Collector.
Au liiALan i.f
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
TJndar City National Bank.
T y,"'1, "j1,.111 "r-lwsd loU at manunictiutrs'
-L prices, adding Freight.
HARRISON te CO.,
(Succcssora Vj 1). llurd A Co )
And Dealers In
FLOUR, DRAIN and HAY,
No. 03 Ohio Lovoe.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Successor to John II. l'hlllis)
Ami Dealers In
IIAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO
.Cornor Tenth Street and Ohio
Z. 1) Mnthusi. e. 0. Uhl.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, IIAY AND
CJL Olalo Loxroo.
D. J. Ayres. s. I). Ayiei.
AYRES fc CO.,
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENTS AMERICAN TOWDER CO.
57 Ohio Iiovoo.
H A. Thorns, I,, U. Thorns.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Successors to It SI. llulen,)
And dAUri tn
STAPLE AND FANG Y
Forelim and Domeatlo Frulta and Nuts
181 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
St'KClAI. Attention giveu to consignment and
tlllhia oidtrs. s
"YyiLlMAM R. SMITH, M. D.
ItKSII.KNQK, No. j Tlilrteenm rMt v.
.ween Washington avenue and Walnut sUtt
OFFICKi North side of i:lKhth strTue.
Jween Commercial aud Washington attnne.
Q W. DTJNNINO, M. D.
str,'iMn,KNt;K' Co"i"'''" nd Walnut
OFFICII Corner Sixth street and Ohio Uvee.
OFFICi: 1I0L I19 From 0 a in. to Mm , and
irom '1 to 8 p ni.
jyR. W. BLAUW,
OFFICII Under' hiik-Is. (llli-i.Utr.1 . ms.
Hlglith stnt and Washlntcton avenue
iAMUEL. P. WHEELER,
Attorney at T.avv.
OFFICII.' Ohio Iruo, over room formerly
occupied by First National Ibtuk,
ULKEY & SON,
Attorneys nt Tair.
OFFICII Klirhth street. ltween Commer
elal unit W uskliiiitou avenues.
Kiffley CA.UO. II.UNOIS
Q.REEN & GILBERT,
Attorneys mid Counselors
OFFKH: Ohio Ia-sis-, rooms 7 and 8 over
lily National Hank,
William II Cireii, )
jy,',1"' . '"".T."' I CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
SI lien tred k Ollbeit J
Q-SiKlnl atlrntlon given to Admiralty and
siwimtwml liil-lni ss
There will be an otiiiortiinltv fur StittlrnU in
liter tliss I'lilvcndty, imnieilliitrly after the hoi-
llUI 9, lll
.Sloiiiliiy, .Iiiiimirr llli, 1S7.1.
Ttiltlnn Is riinr. to all who are cnt by County
juperintendeiiti,, supers l-ors, Judges nrlijr a
irpir-riiiaiite iM'iriri losncn, 1111 inciui'iitnl
frenf Tsvn lliillars Is il.ar'iil per Wrin, accord
iuir to thu Mululc
To ntlii'is tuition In the Normal Department Is
il.W iit term: In the I'lTimiutorv llrimrtmi nt
4 01, and in the l'liniaty or .Model Depart
'I'll i- liislriielliin 1 'I'lioroneli,
nml embraces Wu'llnr, Ilrawintr, fliifring, C'al-l.-ll
rules and Kloctitlini, in ulditioii to ull the
( omilloll mid lllirll M h.i.il Hliiilips. uml l.'illn
and (infk, llihir .Vliilhcmatics, Chemistry and
uiiou uutini run lie linn at iiMsonaljl prices
J .V) to s.V.isi it vseel.
1 he -Jirinit lenn will imhmi .Monihiv, JIaivh
5th, 17.'. JAMIIS ItOllAltTS, l D ,
von 1S75 op
( Seeds! Plants!
llmplemonts, Fertilizers, otc.J
Jfaulfutrolorfd ;o(s, mailed on receipt
of 0 cents.
Catalogue, without plate, free to all,
85 Cortlandt St.,
Pro. Fowler's Groat Work
THEIR MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
I)e. Its Ijiws, Powers, Ac
A (JUSTS lire srlllni: finm IS to 41 copies a
day Send fur .jiecliiien piiKes and terms
lo luicnts. und see vthyit sells faster than uny
other IiihiV Ad.lirsii Xutloiml l'ulillshlnir Co ,
Phlhiilelplilii, Pa , Clilnitfo, Ills , urM Luuls,
Wholesale, Retail and
XV i 1 o o jac's 33 loo It,
Cornor Poplar and Elsventh Street
83"niEiiost Cush Prico paid for
Hogs and Cattle
FITS CURED FREE
ANV person sufferlntf from the ahove disease
Is rtiiuested to addres Dr Price and a trial
bottle nf his mullelne will lie forvsunltst FHKII
Dr Prire is u reul.ir I'liyslclaii, ami has uwle
the treatment of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a study for years, and he will vsanaut a cure hy
the u.c of his remedy . ...... 1.
Do nut fill lo send lo him torn trial buttle) It
costs nothing, nud he
WILL CURE YOU,
N'o matler how lonir standlni? your rose may
lie. or how nwny other remedies may lave
failed. . , , ....
Circular and testlmcnUd sent with
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
DR. OHAS. T. PRICE
lOklY HUNLUllH KMUUJSU.
IS4Q11.I. r ktH wllUVrto. Ull. mUl Iwml. ...
s:lnl C.lu.u likwt ik.i,.. .T. i
U.wlisStrruifCV., JJIiiMjr.y, Ht V"''
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