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W. L. BRISTOL,
FAMILY
GROCER
Rcopa everything portnining to
tho lino of Staplo and Fonoy Qro-!
sorioa, Woodonwnro, Vogotnblca,
Fruits, &o, Sic.
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TEA
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Before Oil'ered in tho Murkct,
nnd of Excellent Flavor.
Whittaker Hams
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
SvMit txs.il Rich
Central Hop Yeast
AualuThls Summer.
:mew style
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rxaa
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j-M-t.
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ASH-
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1875.
I, . Ill 1 1 a 1 v
TENNYSON'S "QUEEN MARY.'
I I'liullttl Vli'H ol" Lnli'iil I'.rriirl
I I he I'net Limn-nH1
ill
Tho London Times of .hiiii' IKtli, lias
tin! foiiowinjr ruvicw r Mr. i ;'
soii'h Ourcn ilnrii: TlmuimiifnrMr.
Tfiinj a In tli.i llcl'l ol tlnuiiii U an
uvwit orintt:iv.''t. It Hitvf. both fur I.ii'
IMi lioctry nml KnIMi t:i. lo wiy
tlmlrtliv 'cxM'rinifiit wi rciinlod
witliVoiiioiuixluty l.y. thow tylio inojt
tipnrccliito tin-nullully oMiUiiirtMlf
iiowfrU onlv lowiy that a llim Jiocui in
the tlruiiiiitlf iorni U not m-cci's-arily a
lliieiltania; hut mil wt arc (lirclvcd,
It will ho ni-ndlv allowed that
Mary U not only a line poi-in, imi a n no
raina. anil inai inouii cacii ui
Mivoral DoworA wlili'h .' to niako It mi
lia airoaiiv neon pnvin oy nuim,
tho ina-tfi lv- lhdinoiiy In wlilcli thi-y
work to-'olhtT hero i iitltlc." tcfii simy
to liccon-iiU'ii d sointlliliis,' more than
invrolv a "iioec" in a tww kind, 'i'hcdr.i
inatloVlow and Impelm which ato iroitr
to a imcin ot iK tlon may In Imitated, (ml
ai.not he n iiliifc-d hy epic splfiiilor or
lyrical paIiiiu Inoiirowndajv wohavc
Mt'ii inci or iri'iiioi 'iio'iiuue-', t'ayni
lo do ilntv lor it ; hut It )- Ion' .-Jnce tho
ciiiiImo 111'plratiou, at It-att of traf,'i-dy.
Iia iKjcii atnon U". 1 no ingenuity 01
tin; apoloiefi which havo lcet i 1 1 VK" -1 1
lor tho fact l cliaraeU'rl-tio of tho ao
which required thcni. l)iit tho I.ict I ircn-
orally allowed. If wo welcome Mr. Ten-
iiy-on .4 drama lor one reason moro man
another, It U for this because hero we
eem to roco-rnl.e the prcence of that
rate and nreeloin virtue wide i linssoloiiif
F-oeiuod dead even In those work- of Kn-
lih poetry which an; mot di--
tlnctly products of genius dramatic
lire: imil It wo had to 'ay when la-t this
.Teat tiualltv found a comparably vivid
embodiment in (lie treatment ol an lln'-
Ilh hItotical subject; wo .-hould not
know where to stay our carcii until it
had carried u- hack to tho year when the
'eric of .liakopoaroN Knll-li IiUtorle
wa eoinpicteii ami crowned witn uenry
I'. 'file action of tho drama cover-" the
live vears liom ".Mary'" aceeion, in
l.V.:t. to her death. In !.."$. As a study of
the time, at once tiiithl'ul in iu broad as
pects and aeeuiato in detail, wo believe
that it would bear the .-erutiny ol Mr.
Fronde anil Mr. Spcddinj:. As a vivid
liictllie of the whole reljrn of the loel
1 tir in Hiilanil toward tin; SpauMi mar
rla-re. of "Mary V clfort to cancel not
merely the Protestant rcforiuation, but
the more moderate relonns of the new
leainlii'r, of the temper In which the new
parliament aim me nation, alter me mid-
unison to ine papacy. rcniMMi to
accept the purely (.'atholle jiolicy of
Spain, and, laMly, ol the profound trag
edy which eciiter? in the bla-ted holies
anil bll-ilited love ot the queen the
drama, merely a? a matterof KnirlUhhl
tory, can bo "appreciated by all. Some
extracts follow, and then tho reviewer
.-.Miltuic-: Tliu iiarutiiounl merit of the
poem a a work ot art conMnts lit tins
ftklll with which tho ilrauiatM ha ltuld
tho balance between the horror excited
ny "Jiary" mo persecutor ami tliu eoin-
pa'-ion lelt lor "Mary" tho nlleicr.
Ilownnl" tell. "I'.-i'et" how he has
.-eon heretic of the poorer Mrt. in daily
expectation of the rack, lyin chained in
Mhlhi" dune;eon over .-teaming sewer-,
fed wRh bread that crawled noon the
tongue, (!i inking water ol which every
diujiwaa 'vorin, until they died ol
rotted 1 1 lit L-i. Ainonu' tho-o voice-" of tho
nhrht which pats the palace In which
Mary" N dyinj.'. there l one of a citi
zen who had eeii a woman . burned in
Cueiii-ey ;
" ' ami In liera'Diiy
The mother raiiiuiiiou hei a ehllil wa Ihiiii
Ami, lr, llu y hurlol it hack Into thu lire,
'I lull, liviuv hut luiti.eil In lire, the hahe
.Mljriit he iu llivfoivvcr ''
'I'lie impreiion made by the entire
di-.uua tlcepen? that red brand which
rests on tho memory ol 'MaryS' rel'ii.
Vet, while the awful cruelties of a more
than .Spanish bljiotry are tliu-" made to
live before the imagination, we are at
the .-anie time irresistibly drawn to -vnt-pallii.o
with whatever ii womanly, what
ever U heroic, whatever is of tragic In
tensity in tlieml-erablestoryof "MaryV
iicr-oiial life. Vheii. some mouths alter
Iter marriage, "Mary" for n nioinent an
ticipates the leallzation of tt great hope,
her Joy Iluds utterance In what N, per
haps the Krandet, as It is certainly the
iuot paihctic passage of the whole
poem :
"llehulh iiwaLnl! lie liuth aiMikeill
lie "llr- within ll' ilatkneMl
till, riilllp, hmUuicll now ihliu lou to mine
Will cling more close, n!iUthou hleak niaunei j
lli:n ,
'I hat make inenslmineil anil tongue-Heil In my
lote
'I he M-con'l Prince ol' Peace.-
The Kl cat imhorn ilefenilcrofthe l'liilh.
Who will nu-iiKcme ol'mineencmle-
lie conies, ami m utarrhes.
'I he "lormv Wynlls anil Norlhiimlierlnl-,
The jii-iiiiil nmhition-) ol'i;iiz.ih-th,
ti'i an ner m-nvsi iiarii"ain--ai-u paie
Itefortiniv tnrl
'the llelil orthii new learning wanes ami iIIcm
'1 he kIioI of I.ulher ami lunlliH t'aile
in uio neainiei.i lull, viucn is tneiruoom,
Itclore my tar!
II Ik Keptn-ahull pi fort li from 1ml to hull
His innl olull hew the heretic, icniea ilo u?
Ilia t'allh shall clothe the wot Id that will lie his,
I.Ike uniieiul air ami I'linvhlnel Open,
Yeeveihutlnir utc! Tho Klier Is here!
.My Biar, my ont"
Aiidwlientliocndlsuear, and "Mary,'
on her death-bed, has pas-ed Into de
lirium, the aniiUlt hroiiirht by lU'alliire
of that hope is interpreted In a cpciig of
wonderlul iiower, Ironi which wo (piote
only a low linos ;
M.u'iV" This l'htllpi-lialliiot
Slarc In iiroii me In my lacpinlneas
Old, mUerahle, illeaiil,
liieanahlc ot children. Unmu thnn
down ((.'ills out the picture ami
throw It douii,
l.lo tlmre. W'altH). O Cod, I have
killed my Philip.
Al.u t." No.
Jladam, you haw Iml cut the cauvm
out,
We can repluce It
Miiu AH N well then tc-t
I will to mt ho ald 1 nlunt have rtt
'I'hu narrative passages of tho tiraina
especially the descriptions ol "i.ady Jane
lireyV death, and of "CrauuierV death
are worthy ol Mr, Tennyson ; and, tor
descriptive passes, there could not well
bo higher prai-o. Tho two or three
souk. hK'iI'Ii tio, as might have been ox
pected, perfect in their way. 'I'lio proso
passages dialogues hetweeii elli.ens,
ete mo In one sense the most dlllleiilt
lor a nineteenth century dramatist treat
ing a sixtecntit century siiujeet, since it in
precisely lu homely talk that tho artist
runs most risk of seeming an antiquarian.
It Is Mr. Tennyson's humor which has
enabled liliu to succeed so well here. Tho
conversation between tho two 'Rarrulnusi I in-daily dciimi lor , siiiiytle rotif. An old
i, ..Iw.tt ' In Aot 1 V ano'iiii '1 iinnlil i'oof,!shitc-ralnted,'Wlll otitlast a new oneuii
couiiti j w ics, 111 iHi n ., sci.no j, louiii ,)alllti Ba m.w roor ,vlu last , , tlmc4 u,
linrtlly liavo neen written save ny 1110 tin- iaiiir-suto-i'uinted. a n matter ot economy a
thor of UiCiiWMa'fi Fanner. But space inof needs paint more than any othurimrt of n
forbids iu to dwell longer oh details. Wo ' V'Z'J? .'.'.ll'01' 0,u""' ll,r
can but end us wo heyan-by saylnjf that. Oen'l a,,,...
WoljiMfjot CIIW )VK tA look i In ; nt- si.iwmvii IO'i MmhliiKion ft , Clilcioro.
,u.lltlv 33v!.145.n.c-. Cm.or Tsw.-lf.li. Street ani Waolxlaitrtoja. .A. reiva
Shakespearean Kngllsh poetry-"- npoem
in which tho true tfreofdraiim solium as
in Mr. Tennyson's Qunn Mary.
Tin- rouleilernln rorc-i.
The Mobile Keglstcr of the J!Otli hut.
ha, an iirtlclu mi the Southern llltorical
S6clcty. from which wv etrad the lol
lowing Inteiestlng facts:
In the November numbers ol the
llctcctic, and tint Mtt,ibw,
an inteiestlng and Important eorrcspon
tn,. u-a iliiIiIUIiimI iH'tWCCII l!'. .lo-CIMI
lone-, f-ecretnrv ofthe lilstortolSocIety.
and Ceneral S.Cooper, ex-Adjutant Oen
end ofthe Conf.dnratoStates. lrom that
-oitrce wo glean tho following lads for
the beiiellt ot thoe who an; noto fortii
natoa to have preserved a Hie ol tlie-e
valuable maga.ines.
Such laetH tiro -Uirthng even to lho-e
who participated In the Southern -trug-glo.
1. Tliu avail ible force of tho (,'oiilcdc
rate armv did not, during the war, ex
ceed IKW.OOO men !
2. Tho Confederate.' states never had In
thcirdcfeii-o more than 2!Xl,000 men in
the Held at one time!
II. From i(il to ISC tho Confederate
force-actively engaged were only COO,
(KKI! 1. Tlie total number of deaths dining
that lime were 200,(100.
fl. I.o-se- of prl-oncrs. accounted a to
tal lo"C.. on account of United States
pollcv orexehnnge, -J(K),000.
(!. The Io-h of Confederate Statc- army
bv di-chargo. disability and de.-citlon
amonutcd to 100.000!
7. At the close ofthe war, tho force of
the Confederate army a less than JoO,
00(1 men !
S. (Jut on(.000 men, ,'00,000 were lo-t
In tho M-nice.
'i'he-e facts are taken Ironi ea!culation
made with great care by Dr. .lo. .tones,
-ubinllted to and approved by ( fen. ?.
Cooper, Adjutant I'ener.d of the Confed
erate army.' From them wo deduce the-e
two facts": At the close of the war tlie
Federal forces numbered 1,000,000; the
Confederate forces nunibored 100,000!
How sad and eloquent a difl'erenee ! Klo
qiient of (li-advantago, determination, de
votion and death !
The files of the olllce held by lien.
Cooper were carefully preserved, and
this tragic ccret was carefully preserved
and known only to lis heroes. They
guarded It well." It was boxed up, and
retreated tinder guard from itlcliinoud to
Charlotte, Xorth Carolina. There it wa
unfortunately captured, and the railed
States found that her million of men had
been held at bay by one hundred thou
sonil only !
"t'liutU'illoiiHbl.v Hip l.csjl NiiHlalned
rU oTtlie kind In the iVirld."
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I'lIYKU'lAN'S.
II LEACH, K. D.,
HOMOSOPATIIIST.
G,E0
Dr. Leach has had u large e.perlince iu the
practice rf Misllclueaud s-urKery t:ii-clal al
tention mild to the lloliniopalliK- Ireatmcnt of
surgical dlM-.i-e-.i", and dUciutx ,,f women and
children.
130 i.in; Corner t (iinni rial Avenue and
.Ninth ttriet. H-T-l-ll
-V-TILLIAM R. SMITH, M. J.
ItKSIDKXOT.: No. 21 Thiiteenlh attwt, he
twccii Washlngtou avenue and Wubiutalivet.
OKKI01': North side ol Illshtli street be
tween C'oiiuueiclal and VVtishlnKlon avenue
0.
W. DUNNINQ, M. D.
UKSlDKXCi:. Corner Ninth and Walnut
ttreels.
Olr'r'lCK! Corner SKlh trvt't ami Ohio Ix-vce.
OFFICII HOlJIps- From a m. lim , nml
flulll 2 to s' p Ml.
jQR. "W. DI.AUW,
Gorman Physician .
OKl'ICIIt'liudet's ltlock, (iip-stilit),
i:ishtli atis-et and Washington avenue.
I.AWYIlltS.
OnN II. MULKEY,
AUoriu'.v a I.tuv.
CAUtO, ILLINOIS.
OFFICII! Llttldh Stitrt, lift wren Commer
cial ami Wa-lilnilnii uvciities.
AMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney at Iwtiv.
OFFICE: Ohio I.cce, over room fiirmcrly
occuplisl by First National bank,
CA1KO. ILLINOIS.
Q.REEN & QIW3ERT,
Attorneys and CouiinoIoi'm
at fiitw.
OFFICE) Ohio U'Vie, room 7 and S
Clly National Haul.',
Wlllliaiill. fiivcii, ) , ,v.mo
William II. UiU-cit, OAIHO ILLINOIS
Miles Fred'k lilllwrt )
JCJ.Spfclal iillunlloii glNeu to Adiiilmlly and
Steamhoat business.
PRESCRIPTION FREE.
mm) tlm anuslv cina of Seminal Weakness.
J? Lost Manhood anil all disorders hronuhl
on by imliscrciions or
tins the liiKrcdlcnts.
, Address, Pi-l-'il-dAw-lV.
Any DniKKl't
K. HILTON & CO.,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
WEEKL73
ONLY $
NO. 170.
IMI. IWlNTKU
QUALIFYING TUBES,
I In- future itiulallnii urili-oil Iii.lruineiil., he
Op: of k iks Cipisilj.
"denn Horn," Cieinonii, ' "ov Angelet,'
FOR THE
OLLETIK
i.2S-ft YEAR.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
AVeot 3ido Commercial Avenuo, between
Kt.ihtli mul Ninth streets,
(Nel door to .i
llurver's drv iruods tine.)
. lull llu
stjle.of
tl' llu lati-t and mo-t lasltlnnuhlc
HATS AND BONNETS
nlv.iv on hand Al-ocwi Milleiyof
Ribbons Lacca and Trimmings,
lVnni the cheapest lo the mot costlv. Ladles
will Hint any uml eieiyllilni; in herHmeiora
coinpltle stivit, hall or pally ntitilt.
1'iiecs to coiiqwle with any In the West.
JQ-Als.1 ascnt for Hie Homo Sewini? Much flic.
IW-3-lll-ir
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
Wilcox's Slook,
Corner Poplar and Eleventh Streets.
BQfirighest Cash Prioo paid for
IIoks und Cattlo.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barbor
,xojiTir sinu or luawni stiiuf.'i
Between Washluittoii and Commercial
Avenues.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AND
Dealer in Fresh .Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Botween Wuuhlnittoe -ind Commeroial
Avonuos, adjolniuif Hanny's.
KERl'S for sale the best lleef, Pork, Mutton
Veal, laimli, i-uiusige, A:,. nml la pro
pared n ceive lamllhs In an iicceiitahie ninmier
r. ,w. UtttjKji;
AMD
Commission Merchant,
Andilralrr In
VLOUB, MEALGBAIll'
HAY,
olltCB;
..S r,iiiot.t:w:K.
ii-S-ir.
CAIRO, IM.I.NOI9.
O. CLOflE,
Otnenil
Commission Merchant
AttD DZALMt t!
LIME, CEMZirr, FLA81
HAIB, fto.,
'Sit,
Under Citj NatUmal Bamk.
T WII.I.t'.l In car-load tots at nunufacturrrs
J- pr:
rices, adding Freight.
JOHN B. PHlXLIft
AND SON,
(Hneeeiiom to .Tobn B. nitllla)
FORWARDINO
Commission Merchants
And Dealers In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, tc.
Agents for LAFLIN JkltAKD FOWOU CO
ZCornor Teatk Street ud Okie
Iisrea.
.. D. MatlniM. K C.
MATHUSS 6c UHI,
FORWARDINO
And General
Commission Merchants
Dealer Iu
JLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
34 Oli Lo Zioveo.
K .1. Ayi-es.
S. D. Ayre.
AYRES Sc CO.,
And general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
SI W. I'AltKCII.
W. 1- AXLEV. J. It. WILD.
PARKER, AXLEY & WILD,
(Successors to Parker A Axley,)
flKNKRAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Dealers in
Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour and Coun
try Produco Generally
ORANGES,
LEMONS,
and CHOICE
BUTTER,
A Sn dully,
100 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, IU..
Or.lST. r-AIIKKII. K. h. ClTt-stlNOUAM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(successors to Miller A Purler,)
FORWARD G
AND
Commission Merchants
And Dealers in
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN. HAY,
ETC,
oh ick :
ill oiiio i.Kvr.i:.
IAIIIO, ILLINOIS'.
irrj-Wehaveleaseil the targe Yellow Watv
hoiife, stompe rapacity 3,Wi ions, which give
us ample nicllltlcM l'oritorliiK and shipping
li-s-ll.
I.'NI7HAW('E.
O. N. HUGHES,
-Gencral-
Insurance Agent
OFFICE:
xo xjnr--o
Orr -tatntui It TTU'i.
N
ONE but
First-Class Companies rrpr
tented,
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1868.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEI,
fienerat
Insurance Agents,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Bulldisf , ap-itslri.
The Oldsst Established Acsaey In SwUi
era Illinois, representing- ovr
$65 000 000.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET GO
Dealer in '
AUtlnd bard end ton.) r
FLOORING, anUNG. LATH, Ac;
If 111 Tui
Corner Tbirty-rourth ltMr
Ohio Levee,
-I
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