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Hands Bought and Sold.
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r , 4-raiiuitJn. March lit and &iUiii
r I'.ln t ivt withdrawn Ii vliM Iiuiim
"c, 1 1 1..'' prtnrlial of I lie I.'KmIIs, IUtcIij
tliik in ri.iiiDouixl Int. n-t
Married Women nud Children may
Doposit Mouov nnd no one
clno can draw it.
n ' . ry lrti-ii'C-ila) rr..ind lit lolp In
hi ' uik for saving dtposils only
' " V. nYS'.Or.Tr.mrr.
V1IOLK3AL1'. AHD KLTAIL.
in Tin: city.
floods Sold Vory Clone.
Oomnr I Oth nt. Mid Uouiu-rcl&l Av.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
- The Gamble Wagon
MANUKA CTUItKI) 11V
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHKAPEST V.QON MAN
MANUTACTOnY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
SIXTII STB.EET, Botwcon oniO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures his own Horsa Sbocu anil
can Assure Qooil Work.
o : I in
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. CJ. Hiiolwi
HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
uultntln liiiliatncr. Cor. TwBlftli 8tvot
anil xv nuin UK
f3fmmtvati'l lUllnuilWoit. nfliwlulir
H.LtAM It. SMITH, M. D.
l!KSII)KV(!i: .Nil. il Tlilrtii!li ulntl, l
twiin WililiiKtonnM-niifonil Wiiliiutiilnrt.
OKriOKt .S'urlli iililc of Klslitli drw t lic
lrMji L'oti.n rr LI ami Wb.IiIuhIiiii ovi nur.
Q W. DUNNINO, M. D.
HKSIDSCK: Corner Ninth alirt rlnti
tlni'tii, ' .
OmCKi C.irncr HlJtli ttrwt mnl Ohio I-VW!.
OKriCK HOtllW; t'mni?R m. Um.,iini
rr.iru 2 Id
Aflurncy nl Iititv.
OI-MCKi Alrrtlilrnrr on Ninth Strwt, If
I jm o Wttlilnaton ircnuc nil Walnut HI.
J-jn. R. II . CANINK,
OITK i;ANI!llll)I.NCr.i LlnhllihlrM,
liftwc-ti Wii'lunct'jii nml (otiiinrrclil Avenue.
Wlf CAIItO, ILIA.
JOHN a. harman"& CO.
:oMVF.yANci:ns, notakies public
l.anil AirrnK of tho Illinois Central und
uurunKlGii and uuincy li. a.
N'ortli Cor. Sixth and Ohio Loveo.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whol'i-idc aii'l lU-Uil Dralcra In
F()voi(;n and Domostio
W3?KN toV AJ.Ii KINDS,
No. CO Ohio Lovcc,
MKv't.'. f'MVTII A CO. luive coiut.tilly
K Inn: klocL uf thr Imt K'"-l I" III' Iluir
Lit, mut iflviM''lil nllntlon toll.r iMiuIvsaI
much 'if the buiint-ix
THE EKEIHV UF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAW AND BEAST
Is (in- (llMii.l Old
Which liar, stood tho test of 40
Thcro i no sore it will not Heal,
no LamcnoHB it will not Curo.no
Acho, no Pain, that Alllicts tho Hu
man body, or tho body of a Horso
or othor Domestic unimal. that
douti not yield to its magic touch.
A bottlo coating 25o., 50c. or$l
lins often waved tho lifo of a Iluman
Doing, and Restored to Lifo and
UhoIhIuoss Many n Valuablo
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
RoollnR and Guttoring a Specialty
Slato Jloofiing a Specialty in
any part of Bouthorn
Lifjhtning Rods, Pumps, StovcB
JotbiuB Promptly Done.
Dealer iu Fresh Meats
Bntwuim Waabtnirtou ami Commercial
Avenues, uujoiuiuk uunny u.
KKKl'fl I'nr slr Hip IichI Ihvr, I'ork, Slutton
Vrnl, IjuiiIi, Hausyc, An., imit l pre
iivjkiI If .rrvo I'umillra In iiii iwntHlilo iiiHimer
I, .11 A
U.K. AMM Chlcuiro
X.. D. Akin c& Co.,
Harness ! Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial A venuo, - CAIRO, ILLS,
O-'l liuio lavmlnit in with their patroiiagi'
will Ii ii. 1 n complete llneof goods from which (
etp.'l,nt ImtlHiii iirlces, in H-wly.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, APRTL 0, 1870.
dip iu. jjuuiiii -
A JAPANESE DINNER.
How Somo Yankco Roys Enjoyed
It A Japanese Governor's Res
pect for his Ancestors
Tlic.Vew Orlcam .Soiitliwcftcrn l'roiby
tcriin irlnt nn extract from n private 1 t
tcr, written by a youth on lionnl tlie I'nttcil
.States itcaincr AlLliclot, tit N;i'i;ikl, .la
pan. Tlio writer ay:
"A tew cvenlnc-i Ago several ol in con-!
c'uiloil tu take illnntr at la Japan notlilng
Kuropean atout It nml It wi ortalnlr
cry fltiiny. At tho iluor of the home where
wo had had dinner prepared, wc were met
Ly all the girls who wr'(o attan-ti,i"ae
coinpaiili'd iy the landlady. They knelt
and howed their lorcticad to the llour by
way of welcome; and then, alter wo nail
taken oil our elioes and left them at the
door, put on our slippers (which we
brought alons for the purpo-c), wo were
Miowimpto the room. From the furnit
ure of the doiii you would never hac
taken it for n dlnlng.room. In fact, the
only thing that might eoinc under that
head were the mats on the floor. Wo tat
down tnl'or-fathlon, and then tho dinner
began. 1'irct they brought cake nod tweet
meat', which we very Improperly ate, and
then found out that they were intended to
bo put up In paper and carried home with
us Then came coup, hot akl (a liquor
made from ricei, raw ll-h, pounded Into a
kind (if pj-tc; rawfWilu thin bHccm; Hee
nf pa-to made from rice, aweet potatoes,
and oup; mimll bird',' boned and bulled
w Ith Jelly, aIMi of flb; (, meet pola
tocf, etc., all poured Uyrther; a nnall
candy llsli, tea-iakl, imiflr and dancing.
.The attendant were all pretty llttlo glrlt of
from ten to iifteen year ol a-a'e. Tnoe of
the larger onc playing on thrcC'Strlnged
gutttri and tang, while the xinallcr onci
danced. Their Jrcs wan veay beeomlng,
eonUtlng of a bright pink wrapper
under a dark brown or blue one the In
ner one displayed ko nt to make a very"
pretty trimming to tho outer one, the whole
being onlincd around the wal-t by a heavy
of many fold', done up In a large bow
behind. A the dreii lits cloe around the
person the hovrglvr a little 'Grecian bend.'
t.'pon the whole, I wn not hungry when I
camo home, and t had enjoyed the evening
very much. The Japs are not gracelul in
the mou'ini'iit-of the lett lrom the eon-
tlnuou iiie of elogf. Itut In the motions of
the arm, hanil'i and upper part of tho
body, are very graceful.
"Vcterdav the Consul was telling me a
strange ttory of a Japanee gentleman, who
U governor of one nuall vlllagculn the aub
irb of Naganaki, who ban in liU po.eflon
asmall gold pago Ja, whl:h lia been In his
family for more than z thouand year. In
hh pagoJa ho kecjii even hmall erjtal
which, ho yp, eamc from the f.kulN of his
auc-tor; lil uellcl Doing tni alter cre
mation, which u-eil to be tho order ol the
lav In Japan, a t-niall ciyslal would bo
loiind among the a'hc of tho skulls of tlio-c
who had led truly virtuous livc.j and as
tlieno seven came form the rkulU ol his an
color, they were the principal. If not the
only objects of his worahlp. The worship
ol .mcjsuus prevails all through the Kait.
In China it Is carried to -tich an extent
that il would be 'rcat direpcct In a grand
son or any deccudantto attain a higher rank
than his ancestors, who might have been
simple coolie". They get over tho trouble
by ennobling all the ancestors lirst; o that
a poor miserable eoolio who starves to death
with tint cangue around lit neek may sud
denly lind after he reaches the next wotl 1
that he is a Very estimable father and a
mandarin ot the llr.it order."
Who tho Mexican Revolutionist
Is und What Ho is Fighting For.
(The LmiUville Leilger )
The loader of the Mexican ro volution Is
(Jcneral l'ortlrio Diaz, an ambitious no!
dlerwho lirt oame to Iho front as a prom
Inrnt .Mexican Liberal seine twenty years
ago. lie was cominaudcr-In-chlcf of the
native, Mexican forces who opposed Maxl
mllllan, and In this capacity ho won the
popularity among the lower classes which
served him so well last week. Independent
of his ability as a soldier, there Is nothing
iu tho man which would tit him to bo :hc
President of tho Mexican Republic wo
bchevo It Is called. lie Is ambitious, cruel,
treacherous, vindictive and belter able to
destroy than to build up, and tho aid which
ho accorded to Jaurc. was given moro to
secure his pcrtomil aggrandizement than to
further Iho wise and liberal plans which
tho Indian patriot bad formed foi the pros
perity ofhls natlvo country. There Is an
incident on record which shows the distinc
tion between tlie two men much more clear
ly than words could. When MaximlUlan
filtered thu City of Mexico ho sent
u communication to .lilaiez and ouo to
Diaz, asking them to co-operuto with him
In restoring tranquility to Iho country,
Tho former answered In a calm able docu
ment, setting forth thu Illegality of Maxl
mlUlau'd clalmto tho position he had won
by force nf amis, and recording his refusal
to render an apparent recognition to the
usurper by acting with him, white Diaz
ordered Iho emhssry who brought tho mes
sage to ho shot. Tho ono acted like a states
man; tho other Hindu a theatrical show oi'
Indignation by taking n cowardly revenge
upon an innocent servant, 'I his Is a lair
Illustration of Dluz as a public man, and If
he-restoi es tranquility to Mexico ami gives
It anything else but a personal government
as bad, il not worse, than tho ono which
has held its own since tho death ol Juarez,
there Is no conthlcncoto be placed In Indi
cations, 'Iho foundation upon which the revolu
tionary luotcnieiil rests la a wide-spread
dlstatblactlon wllh the way aflali shave been
administered under President Lordo. This
dlicoucf nt has been earofully fanned Into
:i tlaiue by Diaz, who ba had r eoutcti j
eyclixed upon tho I'resldancy for cnr 1
part. ItepreKcntlng lilnvclf tobo the only
man who could give good govemmelit to
Mexico, ho has own the ceds of revolution
lotlioarmyaud the varlouo (atc, and by
persistent misrepresentation and actual
falsehood has cultivated tho Lordo oppo
sition to it present formidable proportions
Last wek he Issued a pronunclamciilo, a
translation of which appears In tho New
Orleans Republican of Sun-lay, that for
brazen tmpudenco exceed" anything which
SpanliU-Ainerlcati politic has lurnlehcU
the world for omo time. H Is a somewhat
long document setting forth tho crimes ol
I.crdo (one of which Is a mythical design
to sellout Mexico to tho United fctates),
and giving tho plan of a constitutional gov
ernment which Diaz proposes establishing,
lie appoints hhn'clf commander-in-chief
of the arinlea, and Ueelarvs Oiat-Uie t-lre-Hon
of officers for tho union of Mexl'nn
.Slates shall take p'acc two months after
thecapturcof tho city of Mexico, llio
adinlnl-tratlvo powers during tho elections
aro to bo conferred upon the 1'rcsldcnt of
the Supreme Court ofJuillce, nnd, In tho
event ofhls refusal to discharge them, they
are to be placed Iu tho hand" of thu commander-in-chief
of the army. This re
matkablo document Is signed by Diaz and
four mllltla o(llccr, and Oicsc live adven
turers prcsumo to speak lor Mexico rind
set lorth what sort of a government It shall
have, who shall hold the authority, hotv
and when the elections are to bo conduc
Mr. Welier's I.MIer.
'J'Jiis sntiicwliat liuinoroim letter is
written by Mr. .1. T. Vebcr. :i lonilliij;
drngeist of .Sprint'lleld, Mns.:
Mefsru. Heabury it .IoIiiipoii.
(iontlfincn There Ii n funny llt
tlo old inou here who uwd to hobblu
about on crutches, uttering bad words
u-":Unst the doctor breathe) they could
not cure Ills rheiitnnilim ; lie tried and
Iias slnwi hccoinu a walking advertise
ment for llcn'ou's (.'apclnn l'orous
l'laster. and lie walk without Ills
crutclie.a, too. 'I'lioj planer i without
doubt, an article, long needed, and a
n great Improvement on the ordinary
iiorou; plaster. Youra,
.1. T. Wi-.iimt.
llciisoti'.s Capclno Piaster In a truly ro
tnarkublo article1. It is recommended by
pli.viiclatis everywhere, bccau.su of lis
great superiority over oilier plasters anil
liniments. Hubber 'possessess healing
and curative proertic'.) that cjiii be found
in no other natural product, (,'apcine Is
now recognized as the best external
stltnulaiit and pain reliever. It relieves
pain Immediately and quickens the no
tion ot thu planter. Ilen'on's Capclnc
Plaster cures rheumatism, la rue and
weak back, kidney and ppinal allVctlous,
shooting pains In the sides and back, re
laxation ol the abdominal belt, and like
troubles. VVhv Miner with tbce Ills
when a Uenon's 'apclne Plaster, eostlilg
only li.'i cents, will relievo nud euro you.
Sold by druggists everywhere. Sciiburv
oV Johnson, pharinaciatlrnl elirmlsts, N'.
V.. general agent'. -4-r-dAw-lm.
"O wad oni power Hip gift to ci'e U",
To m-c oiiml's as Ithtrs se ua."
Heboid that pale, emaciated ligure.
with (JowueaH eye, like .some criminal
about to meet her fate; see that nervous,
distrustful look, as shu walks along with
a slow and unsteady step. The pink lias
left her cheeks and the cherry her lips.
The once sparkling, dancing eyes are
now dull and cxpre.sslonlesi. The once
warm, dimpled hands are now thm and
cold. Her beauty has tied. What has
wrought this wondrous change? What
Is that wlileh Is lurking beneath the
surface of that once lovely form?
Does she realize her terrible condition ?
Is she aware of the woeful appearance she
makes? Woman, from her very nature,
Is.subioot to a catalogue trout wlileh man
l entirely exempt. Many of these mala
dies are Induced by her own carelessness,
or through Ignorance of tho laws of her
being. Again, many female dl-eaes, If
properly treated, might bo arrested In
their course, and thereby prove of short
duration. They should not be lett to an
inexperienced physician who does not
understand their nature, and Is therefore
Incompetent to treat them. The Impor
tance of attending to femalo diseases in
their earliest stages cannot lie too strongly
urged. For If neglected, they freijuently
lead to consumption, chronic debility,
and oltltnes to Insanity. In nil classes of
female diseases, Dr. Pierce's favorite
prescription Is without a rival.
No medicine lias eyer surpassed It.
In "Dim People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser," which IL V. Pierce. M. D., of
N'. Y Is the author nud publisher, Is an
extended treatise on woman and her dis
eases. Under this head the various af
fections to which woman is incident are
carefully considered, accurately portrayed
and a restorative course of treatment
suggested. Kvcry woman, as flic values
her lite ami health, should possess a copy
of this valuable book. If she be dis
eased, this "Adviser" will show her how
she may be restored to health, and also
direct fier how- she may ward oil" many
maladies to which she Is constantly being
exposed. Let every siillerlng woman
heed this timely advice and see herself as
others see her. Price of Adviser. Sl.M)
(post paid) to any address. (23)4-GUwlw.
IIaiun'h Maiinoma Hai.m preserves and
restores the complexion ; removes, freck
les, tan nnd sallowuess ; makes thu tklu
soft, white and delicate. Its application
Giniiot be detected. M-lO-d&wly.
Lyox'u Katiiaiho.n' makes beautiful.
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Kh fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 years. Is charmingly perfumed,
and has no rival. o-10-d&wly
Cross and sickly children c,
iKinuule healthy and strong liy irKulallni; tlirlr
stomachs anit baud with Ciulmin. It u inure,
effective than L'aslorOU mul is us pleasant to
take i honey. t"iir Wind Colic, ?our Stomach,
W'ornisaml C'osthonoss, lliervli nothing In ex
lsrneeeiml In 1'nstorhi,
itri tu u
way win you buiio.,,,,,,,,,
mnlisin, Sprains, Fll0',lnlnt, Swellings, Minus,
Senilis or Weak iluck, when the Centaur l.lni -menl
adonis certain rrllef, .Many art Wen sooth
luihitoarcrtaliiextrut, hut Centaur IJnlnimt
emrs. The While I.hiliniiit la .lor the .human
tainllr, tho Yellow Liniment fs for horses und
O. N. HUGHES,
Over Hathuss Uhl's.
O-Kut Klnt-Class Conipanlisi rprc
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Bank Building, np-italrs.
Th Oldaat Established Asranoy In South
am Illinois, representing ovor
165 000 000
K. .1. Ayres. 8. 1). Avrrs
AYRES Sc. CO
No HI Ohio U'Vts-, ' ';
7k d tr.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds liard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &c.
Mill and Yard.
2ornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot ond
wiiom:n.m: jiii i:its.
AQF.NTH AldERIOAN FOWDKR CO
57 Ohio tiBvee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL uttcutloi (riven tocoiislgiiniints an t
PAINT AND OILS.
Blake c& Co.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shados, Sea.
Always on haud, the celebrated illumlnatln
Oornor Kloventh fitreet nnd "Washlnir
No. U14N. 11th Strwst, St. Louis,
Iuh. K. A. t.UTZ, M. It, (in rlisivO,
Ample accoumiodatioiiiniul livatmrat. Only
Jqiot tur itiIhIii vrry valuable aiK-rlllrs. t'roinl
ruirof Fiet, Klininiitllsm ami Nervous ul(ea
KiiarauUei. Ilulta mmlernlr, r'or eliunlur,
feud lnmV.. 1-Ji-dAwllu
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
X TACT OS
Of World wido Reputation.
Artinnwinlxetl by all Kood Musicians to W the
IffH riano now madr.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have sold over iOO during
twelve years pait, beeomliiB inoro and morn
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
.Splendid tone, i'owor and Uurnhility.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A wry fluo Instrument, adapted to lnstril
msntal a well an vocal music.
ALL TIIK A110VK AUK OFKERED ON
Uaiy .Monthly PayrapntH, at low figures
regardless ol List Trice.
In (jret variety, lnrludlni: all the now
and popular music ol the day.
Orders from the Country
promptly filled and lent
VIOLINS GUITARS BIN JOS'
KIIKNC11 IIAltrS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Kurr.liibcd to Order.
SlitlNOS FOB VIOLINS, QUITABS, ETC
01 the llest Uilalltr.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all irradea (or I'laun or voice.
J3TEvery description of .Musical Mer
chandise furnished to order, promptly und
at price lower than ever otfered he tore.
(JKSCV ALSO OK
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Scud tor Illustrated Catalogue and Trice
Lint of these heautlful Kroupes.
AH Ooods Warranted as Beprssoned
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
LMT. CARBON(Blg Mudrly)
Ordore for Coal by tho oar-load,
ton, or In hogshouds, for shipinont,
aromptly attended to.
firTo largo oonsumors ana all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
Tionth or ycai, ut uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAX COHFAiTY.
la I day llro.'sofflce, No. 70 Ohio Levee,
llalllilay Bro.'a wliartboat,
At the L'oal Dump, foot of Tohty-Elght
r-At Kxyntlau Mills, or
trj-l'oet Office Drawer, am
Tbe last chance for good sgrleultaral lands o"
Tnt Vaults' 1,'aKuir, at nix ran cknt. Inter!.
I'on't run auv risks, but go to acouutr tlmi bas
io round trip ratej,
Rostal cord l Lana Com'r Ii, M.K. R
niirlliurton, Inwa, und rru-lrfr cony of Iowa
nml Vl.iu.ku V.twa. u.l.l. ..k. rl nt lAmll. Atlll
ll-HIHM.il --- '
Leading ouraar'or Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ol to
Republican party, and refuse to be tram
moiled i. the dictation of any clique In tbe
It bedevca that tbe Republican party naa
fulfilled Its mission, and that the Demo
cratic party as now organised snoulii be re.
stored to power.
It believes the Radical tyranny that b
for several years oppressed the Botitb
should be overthrown and tbe people r t ine
Southern States permitted to control then
It bellevea that railroad corporation
ahould bo prohibited by legislative rcarU
menu from extortmi and unjustly discrim
inating In tbelr business transactions with
ltrccognlrostho equality ot all men
fore tlie law,
It advocates frco commerce tartO tot
It advocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest payment of tbe public
It advocates economy in tbe administra
tion ot public adalr
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