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CAIRO ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER, 15, 187G.
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ivc power it weaki-lied, revenues il'i'lf tip""
he poor hmd, whirli 1 makes to M-hr and tor
lure tie offender. 'J he ti of this will wry oB
iintM'.-illy, and a!"'o-t i tiiii-e--it i tl v , the "fli ml
inn mn I lit ili-:ic is removed aud tluliesd
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Inr the mine, if l.i.ono nniin al-
rj dier. who lit.il there, with (lie date and "a
ctiie of death, f -nt on wcipt of l5
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tixore, Md. TZ.
O FIEvtra Hue mixed Cutd-i with name, l'l els
-po-l pai 1. I,. In Naaii, X.Y
Hik-iii tt premium at the I uitenmul awarded to
mi mm um,
Knite a S tonkin In 15 Minutes.
hunting In the heel ail'! nirrcwins; off the toe
complete; knits all pii .: mrrow, ami wiili-im
al m i. I, mul mjiU'Ih' Wtoeiiher tubular or tint,
miikIi'. double or ribln-1, producing all varieties
of knit npiiuri-1 -end f ireircnliir'and sample
to. kirn.'. I.AMII hMIIM. M Jll'iJi is.,
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(nitrriv frrp from Sf'phurir iloro'.hPrilPlpii'ri !
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ml' ttiiaiinn rofiTroinp th M-irV mart! j
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Steam Packet Co.,
Puducah, Shawneoton, Evan
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landiQRa.
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Each boat luukp cloee tonncctlom at Cairo ;
with Brt-clan mcamnsfor M LouU, Wpih- !
nUmanJ Sew Orleaiut, au'l at Evamvillp with ,
lbK. AC. 11. It. fur all iioint North and taut, j
and wilhtlic I.nUillp Mail Mraruer fuuail ,
KiiiiU on the l'r Ohio, ivm iliroujrh re- j
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fur mttipr Information ajii.ly to I
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J. M. I'HU.I.ll'S, Aguuie.
Or to O.J UKAMMKR.
.jitiiprinli'iiili'iit ami Guneral r reiKl't Ai-nt,
I'K.'l-j-lr . Kvanavillc luiliuna.
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WARRANTED FIVE YEARG 1
It requires as Xastraetioni to ran it ft can not get out of order.
It vUl do every class end Hni el work.
It via sew frsn Tissue Paper to Harness Leather.
It Li far ia advance cf other Sewing ICachlnea in the magnitude of lti euperior
' Improvements, as a Steam Car excella in ixUsvements
til old fachionei Staga Coach.
Prices Mads to Suit tha Times, either fcr Ccsh cr Credit
UBoad lor Illustrated Catalogue of STYLES and Prices.
mm WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.
Chicago, III. N.wYoik.N.V. Jlew Orleani,la. BtetootffCfc
O. D WILLIAMSON,
A ml Uraltr In
SO AT STORES,
If. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
STKCIALatlcntioi fiven tuconiigPtutnU anl
So to Ohio I.CTW.
7 n tf.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENT8 AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Levee.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Oorsar 19th St. tad Commercial if
C. 0. PATIXR & CO.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Order for Coal by the car-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jrompuy auouuuu iu.
Ho?To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
sonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT VUAL COMPAST.
rt-IUlliilaTBro.'o office, No. 70 Ohio Levee,
t J-Hairulay Bro wharfboat.
irlt KtryrtUtn Mill, or
tfrAt thv Coal Uumii, toot f ToutT-ti(thth
t3"Pol Office Drawer. ..
The Voice of Abraham Lincoln,
Speaking Across a Four Years'
From the Tomb.
Pitlriotir WnrMlnm tf the narLrr
(hxtrix l. Iioin I'rpalilnit I.itirlu' Jnaiigural, i
March i, ivii.l l
' J'hat there are p rsons hi one section I
or another who seek to destroy the L'niou
ut nil events, and are glad of unv pretext
to do It, I will neither uflirm nor deny;
tiirt If there be such, I need address no
word to them. 7t ioe, hotueve4, who
r-iUy Lee 1lie Vidon, img I now upeaf:.
"The chief niagi.-trate derives all his
authority from the people, and the- have
conferred none upon him to fix terras for
the separation of the states. The people
themselves can'do this also if tticy choose;
hut the executive, as such, lias nothing to
do with it. Jim duty it to administer the
irtatitt government as it eaint to hit hands,
and to trannnit it, unimpaired by him, to
' II'Ay should not there be a patient con
fijfnc.e in the ultimate justice of the veo
pie 7 Is there any better or equal hope i
?A world? Jn'our pre tent differences, it
either narty without faith of being in the
riyht t .Ik mi: Almighty ITi'lur of na
tions, WITH HlS EIKKNAL TRt'TII AXD
JUSTICE, BE OX Y01R SIDE OV THE NOHTH,
OK OX YOI RS OF THE SOUTH, THAT TRUTH
AXD THAT JLSTICK WILL lit RELY I'REVAIL,
BY THK JIDOEMF.XT OF THIS GREAT TRI
MIXAL OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.
"By the form of the Government un
der which we live, the same people have
wisely riven their public servant but
little power for luisehief ;and have, with
equal wisdom, provided for the return of
that little to their own hands at very
short intervals. While the people retain
their virtue and vigilance, no adminis
tration, by any extreme of wickedness or
folly, can very seriously injure the Gov
ernment in the abort space of four years.
'.My countrymen, one and all, think
calmly and well upon this w hole subject.
Nothing valuable can be lost by taking
time. If there be an object to hurry any
ot you in hot haste to a etep which you
would never take deliberately, that ob
ject will be frustrated Dy taking time;
but no good can bo frustrated by it. Such
ofyouasai-e dow dissatisfied still have
the old Constitution unimpaired, and, on
the sensitive point, the law8 of your own
framing under it ; while the new admin
istration will have no immediate power,
il it would to change either. If it were
admitted that you who are dissatisfied
hold the right side in the dispute, there-
still is no single good reason for preclpi
tatc action. Intelligence, patriotism,
Christianity, and a firm reliance on Him
who has never yet forsaken this lavored
land, are still competent to adjust, in the
best way, all our present ditllculty.
"In your hands, my dissatisfied fellow
countrymen, and not in mine, is the mo
mentous issue of civil war. The Gorern
mtnt will not assail you.
"You tan have no conjlict without being
yourselves UiC unyrtssorm, Vou have 110
oath registered in Heaven to destroy the
Government ; while I shall have the most
solemn otic to "preserve, protect and de
"1 am loth to close. Wc are nut ene
mies but friends. We must not be ene
mies.. Though passion may have
strained. It must not break our bonds of
"The mystic chords of memory,
stretching from every battle-field and pa
triotic grave to every living hwart and
hearthstone all over this brond land, will
yet swell the chorus of the Union, when
again touched, as surely they w ill be, by
the better angels of our nature.
FrMii l'reaident Lincoln Second Inaug
ural, March 4, ISoj
"With malice toward none, with
charity for all, with firmness in the right,
as God gives us to see theright, let us
strive on to finish the work wc are iu ; to
bind up tiie nation's wounds ; to care for
him who shall have borno the battle, and
for his widow and for his orphan to do
all which may achieve and cherish a just
and lasting peace among ourselves, and
with all nations."
ON THE BATTLEFIELD OF OET1 YSUl'HC,
NOVEMBER 19, JSG3.
Fourscore ami seven years ago our
fathers brought forth upon this continent
a new nation, conceived lu liberty, and
dedicated to the proposition that all men
are created equal. Xow we are engaged
In a great civil war, testing whether that
nation, or any nation to conceived and so
dedicated, can long endure. We are met
to dedicite a portion ot it as the final
resting-place ot those who here gave
their lives that that nation rnlgh; live.
It Is altogether fitting and proper that
we should do this.
But, in a larger sense, we caunot dedi
cate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot
hallow this ground. The brave men, in
ing and dead, who ttruggled here, have con
seeraicd it far above our power to add or
detract, The world w 111 little note, nor
long remember, what we say here, but it
can never forget what they did here. It
U lor us, the living, rather, to be dedica
ted here to the unfinished work that they
hare thus far so nobly carried on. It Is
rather for us to tc here dedicated to the
great ta?k remaining before us that
from these honored dead wc take In
creased devotion to the cause for which
they lirrc gave the last full measure ot
devotlon-that WE UEUE 1IIG1ILV
RESOLVE TH AT THE DEAD SHALL
SOT HAVE DIED IX VAIX-that the
nation shall, under God, have a new
birth of freedom, and that the GOV
ERNMENT OF TIIE I'EOPLE, BY
THE TEOl'LE AND TOR THE PEO
PLE, SHALL NOT PEIMM1 FROM
rouri years BEroia; ink i cblh'-
DE. C. M'-LANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
riMiE countenance is pale and
X leaden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull ; the pupilsdilate ; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swells,and some
times bleeds; a swelling of the upper
lip; occasional headache, with hum- !
ming or throbbing of the ears ; an !
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnaw ing sensation of the stomach, at J
others, entirely gone; fleeting pains j
in the stomach; occasional nau-ea
and vomiting ; violent pains through
out the abdomen; bowels irregular,
at times costive; stools slimy; not
unfrequently tinged with blood;
b.'lly swollen and hard ; urine tr.r
bi.l; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sometimesdry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed bleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. MVLANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MF.RCVRY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
rat ion , not capable of doing the slight-
est injury to iie most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. M?Laxe's Ver
mifl'ge bears the signatures of C.
MH.AXE and Fleming Bro.?. on the
DR. C. lr1?LANE'S
These Pills are not recommended
as a remedy fur " all the ills that
Hash is lif ii- to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all Bilious Com
plaints, Dyspepsia and Sick Head
ache, or diseases of that character,
thf y fctand without a rival.
AGUE AXD FEVER.
No b.lter cathartic can be used
preparatory to, or after taking Qui
As a nimple purgative tiiey are
HKYVAUE OK 1MITATIOX.
The g-imiue are never riigar
Eaf !i box has a red wax seal ou
tie lid, with the inipre?siim Di:.
MLane's Livf.i: Pills.
Each wrapper bears thesignnturcs
of C. MVL.vNEaud Fli mixo Bkus.
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
otifmuul in the CnlteJ
fMuten. Canada, end tu
roue t U'rrus as low as
those of any other relia
ble hoiue. Correction -deuce
ill vied in the li-
Itsh ndforeifTO angtiairea, wtn inventor. At
torney, at Law. and other Sollciitora. esueciall
w th thoxa who tiuve had thoir easea rejected in
the hand. 01 other attorneva. In rriectad caaei
our tees are reasonable, and no charge U made
auiusa we are sucwobiui.
If you want pat
vnt.aend us model
or eketcth aud e
1U11 description of
lamination at the patent offlre. and II we think
It patentable, will aena you paper, ana auvuw
and prosecute your due. Our lee will be in or
diuary case, i
f I A Oral or written in matter
im.,,. Kv.unfnmikAioner 01 l'uieuia.
Cleveland, Ohio 1 O. li. Keljey, E.., Bec'v
National tiraure. LouUvllle. jy . uommoaor
Dan'l Ammen, U. 8. enniugion. I. U.
Sendbtawp for our "uuide for obtain'
iir I'utnnia a luml 01 . iiaaee.
Addresa Louie Utfer at .'., Solid
tor of Patent, Wahlu-luu, 1). C
Can't ne made liy every aoent
WW every month in the busine we
furnish, but those willing to woik can eeaily
earn a duien dollar a day rlnht in their own lo-
caliti. Hare no room o explain nere, rm.i
nj.11. nlMant ani 1 honorable. Women, bov
and girl do as well a men. We will nirni.U
you a complete outfit free, ino busines my
Iu.lr than anvlhinir alas. He Will bear X
pense of starting you. particular (i.e. Write
and fee. Farmer and mechanic, their eon
ami riuiiirhttira. and all elaaaea in need of navina
work at home, ibould write to u aud learn ail
Dotil tna wora ai onrw. uw i. ui um
Don't delay, Address True 4 to., Augusta
.K.OaW.T. A. W. PTATT
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
tf WUT AOTURERS.
BolUtis BalldlB;, Cor. Twelfth ttreej
anil WeMnsTtoa Atmu,
IJ-CoUBty ej.4 UUr4Work IpecUlrr f
PAIXT AD OILS.
B. F. Slake
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Well rapor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &e.
Always 00 hanl, lit clvrted illmi.inatinir
Corner Eleventh Street end Washing
. I hart Ho
Have opened in their Wholesale W'artboutcs on
Wabash Avenue and Wash
A Large and Well Se
eded Stock of Foreign
To Which They Invito the
Special ATTENTION of the
RICES mm II 5!!I TEE IKES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor $2.00 Per Bay
Speotal Rate by Week or Month.
A limited number of very ilelrable family
rooms can be secured at reasonable rates lor the
The St. Charles is the lanrestsndbe't appoint-
edHouee in southern Illinois, and Is the leading
hotel in Cairo. otwllbsuinding the "lied
Kock" reduction in price, the table will, as
usual, be liberally supplied with the very best
of everything that can be found in market .
Fine large sample rooms lor commercial trav
elers, on ground floor, free of charge.
Cf All oagpaee 01 guests conveyed to ana Iron)
the hotel without churtre.
JtVt iTT vt lLmx a. CO. ,
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
Tcan ever tor uasii.
From Fifty cents to Twenty-live dollars.
A full line of Ute style corsets aud hosiery at
tower price, man eer ueiore uueieu iu
Cairo. Old straws nude over, or taLtn
in exchange fur new goods.
A lull Stock of Ladie. Woolen and Cotton
RIBBONS AND LACES
Feathers, Mowers, eti. , of every TarUty nd
at ail 11 ice..
My stock must lie closed out, and I will give
my custoinvrt better bargain than ever ollVicd
oelOre fllKS. C. 'U...
Chartered bv the
State of Illinois
for the ex)iru.
purpo.ne ot giving
:. and urinary di
seases in all their complicated forma, it is well
known that Dr. Jame. has stood at the head 01
tha nrofension for the mint 3i vears. Ace and
etpvrienceareall-imiiorunt. WeinluasI U.ak.
neaa, night losses by dreunis. pimples ou the
face lost manhood, can posttiviiy ne cuieeii
Indies wanting the inost delicate atteution, cull
or write, fleuaant home for patieuts. A book
for the million. Marriage Guide, which tells
you all about these diseasos--who should marry
whv not 10 cents to pay pontage. lr- Join
hasau rooms aud parlor. You see no one but
the doctor OiUue hours, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. uu
dsys, lt to 12. All business strictly coufl'ko
ial. 4-i-ds w-ly.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Slate Eooning a Specially in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods. Pumps, Stove
1 d Tinwar. l.
n all cases of urivste. rbronU
Luis ,'ireat Intcrnatinnal Exliibilion, A
ined to coinuiemoraio the one hunUredtli
nunlvcrary or American iDdspendniicc,
opened May lotli, and will clone November
lutli, ItJTG. All the rations ot tbo wnrlj
and all the state and territories of the Un
ion are participating la thl wondcrtul de
monstration, btiugius together the mot
comprehensive collection it nrt trei-urcs,
mechanical inventions, scit.itilic discover
cries, msnul'ucturiui; acliicvemeiits, miucr
al specimen's nd asriculmral product",
ezer exhibited. Tho grounds devoted to
the exhibition ore situated on the lino of
the i'ennTivaniaUi1road and embrace 400
acres of Falruiount l'nrk, nil highly im
proved and ornamented, on wuich are
erected the largest building ever construc
ted tivn of lhee covering an area of titty
acre and cos'.ing ;,0ij0.iKhj. Tbo totul
number of building erected for the pur
pose of the exhibition is near two hun
dred. During the thirls days immerilatfly
following the opening of the exhibition a
million and a ijuarter ot recple visile J it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE OSEAX IltUSK LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
I the nios, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol renchinjf l'uiUdelphia und thin
great Exhibition trotu nil fi.-ctiun of the
country. Its traiu too and lrom l'lnladi l
I'liia Hill past throullh a frrainl Centennial
depot, w hich the company hi erected at
tho main entrance to the Exhibition
grounds lor the aevommoJntion of jiassen
tiern wtio wi h to stop at or start from the
humcrous large holds contiguous to thin
t-t:it.on anc tue Exhibition a cuiivenience
ol the greatest vaiue to visitor, and nit'oril
ed rxciiHtvcly by iho l'euu lvruia liail
oad, which is the only line running direct
o the Centennial tulldiri:. Excursion
nins will a Wo stop ut tho Liicanipnientof
he 1'atmns of iluoliaiidry, ul Lim .Staiioti
on this road.
The Pennsylvania. Railroad is the grand
est raiKvay citrinizat'.on in the world, it
coat"olseven thousand miles of roadway,
tormlnK continuous lines to rhiladclDhfs.
New York, lialtiiuore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and ui'-lit cars are
run from Chicago, ht. Louis, Louisville, ciu
rinnati, JndianpoliM, Columbus. Toledo,
iievcianu ana trie wiruous cuane.
its main line Is laid wlte double and third
tracks ot heavy Heel rails upon a deep bed
oi uroiteii sione uauasr, ana us uridghs are
all of iron or stone. Its passenger trains
are equipped with every knon n improve
ment lor comtort and sdety, and are run at
lamer speeu lorgreater uistanees then the
trains of any lino on the continent. The
company nas largely increased its equip
ment tor Cedtennial travel, and will be pre
pared to Diuia in u own snop, at short
cotice sufflelent to fullv accommodate any
any extra demand. T'he unequalled re
sources at the command of the company
ot the company guarantee the most perfect
aecouimouaiions lor an 11s patrons uurmg
the Centennial Exhibition.
The magnificent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Uailroad is so HiPtly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over Its pertect
roadway an ever-ehangincr panorama of
river mountain anu landscape views une
qualed in America.
ine eating stations on this lino are un
surpassed. Meals wil! bo furnished at suit
able hours and ample timo allowed lor en
Excursion tickets, at reduced rates, M ill
be sold nt all the principal railroad ticket
oraccs in tho v est, isorthwest and south
llo sure that your tickets read via tho
ureati'ennpyivania route to tho Center
FRANK TnOMSON. I), M. BOYD, Jr..
Gen. Manager. Ocn. t'ass'r Aft
THE NEW MAGAZINE,
RECORD the YEAR
FornTa ncmbeb (Jrtv) ueauv to.
With a fin" Steel Portrait of A. T. Etcwnr
his Career, Leutn, Will aud Succession.
And besides the unique aud valuable Diary ot
imporiunt events ami occurrences throughout
the world, this number coutuins, anion,; to
hundred other articles, the following points ol
Queeu Victoria's Saw Title.
Dr. John Hall's AurU FlUiosophers (Kools).
'I lie 1 rue American a characteristic IV u.
VVajliington a Marshal of runce.
Jean IdkvIow's Fancy.
Jiew Horse-Car Poetry, for April.
Doui Pedro's Chataclvri.tica.
A Whi.t Party in the Ark.
Three CapitalinU Astor, Stewart, Vaudi rbilt.
Mark '1 wain al a Uor. Auction.
I iri-t Female Loboylst at VVaohioiSton.
T he Girl ol Sevil e a hpanioh 1'ociu.
liovalty in the United Sutes.
AriiJiuis Ward's Character and Peculiarities.
Monthly Kecord of Congress , etc.
ibings toU luughed at .popular and touching'
fioeiUH, sketch , incidents, Ac, in such atliac
ive variety, that it forumhe richest amount of
valuable and entertaiuinK Hudiui; almost ever
eiubraced in a nisgaina.
This new Period leal, which has.lreudy ruicu
ed tach au enoruiuUii popularity, is
SoiuethlriK new and original in the way of a
Monthly yanaiiue. Beinc a sort of Helerenee
irap-llool, or monthly record of import ml
events that happen in any part of the world,
with a selection of the most popular miscellany
of the current innnlli, prose aud poeuy, LueiKn
and domestio. Kditeil by Frank Muore, of the
Brautifully printed, with an elcfrniit Stiel f'or
truit ot'tlie most proluiueut peioou of the luoutli
in each Number.
One of the most cntertainlni; and TaluaHe tlrst
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tion nontax paid by the publinhei.
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73 OHIO LEVEE,
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:he Oldeet EaUbllahed Atreney la SouU.
era llUnoie, reyreeentln; ow
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Leading Journal cf Southern
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Will steadfastly oppose tho policies cf rUe
Hepuhlican pnrty, and reluse to be daiu
molled by the dictation ot any clique In tho
It bedsves that tho UepuLlkan party has
fulfilled its mission, and that Uie Defco
(.ratio party ns nuw organized thoulu I c te.
itored to power.
It believes the Itadlcal tyracnti
ior several years oppressed the Po
should be overthrown and the people 1 tue
Southern States permitted to control tbt -u
It believes that railroad corporation
should be prohibited by legislative reacts
ments from. extorting and unjustly deecrun-
Inuticg In their business transaotions wit h
It recogni7es the equality o be
lore the law. .
It advocates freo cotnuierce tarld for
it advocates resumption ol ppecltf pay
merit, and honest payment of the pubHc
It advocates economy in the administra
tion ot public all airs
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litical, Foreign and General News, and en
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