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CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY It), 1870.
NEW SERIES NO. 180
Tri'kniirur H. F. Parker.
'ounelorWm. U. Gilbert.
Marual-C. D. Arier.
Atlorucv W'. y,. Mviire.
Police .VU;linit-J. J. Illrd.
II'IAMI or ALDKKMIX.
Kirt Vard-ieo. Vm nm. Win. OCallah...
Mevond Ward-Wood Kiueuhotiie, N, 11. Tlli-
Third Ward-W. I. Wright. Jolin Wood,
hourtli W ard barlf O. Paller. I). J. Foley.
Fifth WurJ-T. W. lilllilay, Chit. LkUCMUr.
circuit Jndfo-O. A. Harkrr.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. i!riiea.
County Jadfc It. K. Yocum.
County Clerk h. l. Iliiinin.
Couuy Attorney W. C. Mulley.
County Trmnurer- A. J. Aideu.
Micrtlf John Hode.
comer K. Kit.vera.(..
County Cummliouer ".', W. Halllcay. M. V
Lrowu. Samuel HriU-y.
VFKICAN M. K.-Foiirtcriith trett. between
Walnut .ml Cedar treet; .erri.. Nabbaih 11
a. in. icd 1:W p. m.; huudity SVLool 1 mi p. u.
(MIKINTIANEiifhtcmth meet: mittm;; Sab
J l-uth in: p. in.; preachlu;; oaaj'lonally.
f Hit HCH OK T11K ItEDEEMEK-tEpUoopal)
J Kmirtii'iith treet; Mornlntt prayer (fabbatlo
to :) a. m.; rviilui: prayer. ', :3o p.m.; habbatli
lwitIV a. m. Hev. St. J.' Mllou-Lee. Keittir.
FNUST MISMONAHY BA1T1ST ( IH Ri 'H.
Pwklnxal 1m:i a. in.. 3 p. m., and i : p. in.
Sabbath nool al ?: p. m. Hev. T. J. !"U'ri--,
IT TliERAN-Thltteenth .trcet: wnlce Sab
J Itath II a. in. and ":.i p. in.; Sunday iii.ool !a.
, in. Kffv. Oneri-vlmer. iatur.
ETlKJlSTc.r. EiL-hth and Walnut treet;
I'p-ai iiinK Salibatb 10::t a. in. arid 7 p.m.;
;.rayer lurcliug. Wedne.dav T:i p. m.t huaday
hi tool. 8 p. in. Iter. A. I. Mormon. palor.
1)KESBYTEffIAS Khtuth atreet; preaching on
Sabbath al 11 HJ a. in. and T i p. ru ; prujer
mretini! Wrdue.dav al 7:.'lp. in.; Midday ruhool
hi s p. m. Jiev. B. V. linirKc pator.
CEt OND KKEE WILL BAPTIST Piftn lb
O nirerl, betwreu Walnut and Cedar Hreti; er
iwi Sabbath at $ aud .:) p. in.
ST. JONEIirS-(Komau C.tbol.i i 'onii r Crn.a
aud Walnut .trrrt; n-rrln-. S'hatti 10:;na.
ro ; honilajr rkbool al p. In.; Veprf Hp. in.; Lt
ritf rverjr day at k p. in. 4
ST. I'ATKK'K'K Roman Catholic) Cern-r Moth
trtet aud Wahlnirtou avmue; ntTrlr- Sah
lath ft aud Ida. m.; Vrprna p. ta. 8auday heboiil
i p. in ; arnrlcM nrrry Cay at b p. tn. Ke. F. Zab'l.
Arrival and Departure of Traius.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL I(AII.HUAI).
Kjprraa !!:() p. i. 1:10 p.m.
Mail 4.m. 11 45 pw.
t-rriht f:10a.m 4:0"a.m.
trviekt ... C:ip in. 5:Ujp.Bi.
CAIKO AND V1NCENNES KAlLhOAl).
iltil loin m. 4'4..m.
!T. LOLJs.I. M. ANO ttJlTHEKN KAlLKoAI).
Ktrva 5:il a m. SUp.ni.
CA1IKJ AND Kl". LOl'IS KAILHUAD.
Ironi-b F.iprra r.:ir,pin. l:Ui.m.
.Viiriihv.boru At,mnnodalion.l'i:Vip m. X:lip ni.
Kici pt huuday. tEm pt Monday.
ENKKAL OEL1VKHV upn ju a.m.; tloa
T :. p.m.; hundav: to 9 a. m.
Mutrv Urdtr l pariieut open at 8 a. m.: f!o
Thrnnih Eipre.i Milla via Central and
MiippU vi.tral hallruad. rlo.e at 1J ' p m.
atro aud I'oplar Bni!f Tiiroufc'b and War Mail
. at U:W p. m . ...
Way Mail v' llllno;. Central. Cairo and M-M-uma
and Xia.nippl CeLlral liaiiruad. doe at
u 45 p. Ill .
Way Mail for Narrow liange Kailroad c'iOa at 9
" l aim and Eian.vDle Hiver Huute t!o at f.:30
I 111. daiiy (eui pt Friday.
Iff ' M -
i'1 TlirLVTllE SHOHTE'iT KUl'TE TO
I- 111 1 LV TMK SlICiHTKsT T I.oriS
it MILKS VII.I.R. CINCINNATI, PAL
Ol 1111 IV THE SHORTEST TO INI'lAN
. Mlliho APoLIS.l'HILAIlELI'HIA.NEW
VOHK ANO 1IOMON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train of all other route making the Mine
rnooi'iiccrK bv other totttra to make ronnep.
tit.na nmat rule nil" niu'l.t. aitinu' fmm ote to alx
bourn at mail country rt:iti"iii for trnlu or cou
liL'Xtl.Htlil.'I'TIIF. FACT and 'ake onr4:tt
ii lM I j-'I I Cw U ,, truin, rra hiliL' Kaii
ville, Im'.inniipolli.. Cliulni.Hti and Loul-vllle mine
dv. Triilii" leave niul arrive at C airo follow:
Mall leate ;:-m-
Mail arrlM' ln:iip.m.
Tbronb iic'ket and clmk to all liniiorinnt
F. A. MI I.I. EH
til tl'l I'll. Al"'l t. t.etHTIll SBp't.
L. H. t'lU IIC II. l'aens'T AC'iii.
DYKINd AND RENOVATINM,
OlT, OLD CLOT1IKS
CAN BE I1EAITIITI.IY
DYKU OR JIKPAIHKD
At ft Trilling Expense-0. 0. P.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
tV" t.ndlea nr.A Oent' old h ';niide tie
j EW YORK STORE,
! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth alroot and
( Cairo, 111.
O. O. PATIER & CO.
i DVANTAGES OF
Over other He fined
FOR ALL ILLUMINATING PURPOSES.
Persons who Kave D'-ithur time nor inclination t) inveetiMf the pectiiif.r merits of the
various graileK of Hefined Petroleum, ask why
E L A
THE .FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL.
H0e Fahrenbfit Firf Test,
Is fufer tod Better than Other
And is the very Highest Grade of Illuminating Oil front which, in the process of
iitanttfai tun, Every Impurity Has Reen Eliminated. Elaine is Free from
Ilenzine and 1'araffine. In Color, F.lainc is .Spring Water White,
hnd its " Fire Tet" is Si High m to make it as Absolutely
Safe as any Ithiminant Known. Having No Dis
agreeable Odor, Elaine is a Pleasant Oil
For Family ue. "
IT DOES NOT IN'CKUST TJIK WICK !
And thi; in avoided its
CAUTION shotdd W iwlin the u:rcha,e of Elaine, as its great and growing
popularity has induced the introduction of imitations.
ASK FOP, IT. VSE X0 OTHER OIL IX YOUR LAMPS !
KOlt SAl.F, IIY
Jl U HAKKKY.
Eighth Street, near ('oniiiicreiiil Avenue.
V. HESCH, Pitoi'iiiKToit.
ll:iln' tnrted a f.rt clfl Hiikery. and plaeeil a
llrt-(.ln St. l,out baker in vliare. I mu rriirrc'.
CAKES lF EVERY tiKscKirTIoN,
from the pllin't to the tno-l eliliornte kind. ult
nhle lor weddiui:. hall, ete.; alo nil kind of
llieiid. I'le and I'aatrv, nt the very Inwvm rate,
order will li promptly tilled. A delivery waon
will run dully to nil pnrta or the city for the ouom
liioilHtlou til Vmi w t n i r .
A lmrr oft-lie public' patrotm(!e la aolli lted, and
JfEAV MEAT MARKET.
fltaiof tint lltifTalo Head.
No At). Ohio I
KOEHLEIt HR0S., Proprietors,
LiAift!H.'il,iw.,?In.l.'? nWr f f "
Pmdueti of Petroleum
1 5 E !
Oils! It is lecau&e Elaine
: : : ILLINOIS.
OYSTKRS AND TISH.
Wholesale nnd retail dealer iu
0YSTEKS AND FISH.
Oysters in Hulk ami Can, Sea Fish,
Native Fish, Celery ami Game.
1'artlrttlar attenUnn paid to order from abroad
and all tock nuttrauleed vtlun ahlppcd.
C. M ANNY,
Whole. Mr ami Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
ROOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commcrelal Avennn, Piiitvl 111.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
LivERi'iHtL, January 18. 2 r. m.
WlitMit Dull Winter, s 0-l9; Soring
610g,8, 2d; California average, Ss 11(1
aSs4d; California club, fls 2d!)s 7d.
Corn new, 22s ltd. C .rn old, 2:).
NKW YORK UIIAIN.
Nkw York, January 18, 12:01 p. m.
Wbrat Quiet-No. 2 Chicago, 97fe09;
No. 2 Milwaukee, 1 00&1 01 ; lted Winter,
$1 Wl 11; No. 2 Red Winter, $1 10;
No. 2 Amlier, fl OC'ftl 07. Corn
Quiet steamer, 45;; N. 8, 45J4;
CDICaOO fiRAIS AND PRODCC'E.
Chicago, January 18, 10 a. m. rork
February, $8 W bid; March, $8 72,'
uid; April, 3 55 bid. Wheat February,
83 asked: Mardi, 84? "asked. Corn
February, 30; March 30 asked; May,
Chicago. January 18, 2::10 r. m. Pork
Februarj-, S (ioS 07, ; March, $8 m
April, $8 05) j. Ctirn January 29 T
askud; February, 0 bid; March, U0?3
bid; May, o4'j. Wheat January,
and nominal February, H'-l bid; March,
84 4 asked.
FROM THE STATE CAPITAL
BLACK-JACK NOMINATED KOR SENATOR nv A
I.ARi MAJORITY SENATOR OOLESBY's 81T
l'ORTERS MCSTKR SCARCELY A CORPORA L'
GCABD STORM RAISED IN THE CACCV9 BY
AUXSION8 TO UXiAX'S IlECOMD.
Spetal to the Kvpubllcac
Si'Ringkieijd, III., Jan. 17. The caucus
again is over, and the hero of the Rig Mud
dy triumphantly holds the senatorial fort.
For the past two days it has lieen apparent
that the Igan people were masters of the
situation, and closing up their lines, driving
in all straggles and threatening supposed
deserters with political death on the slight
est indication of disloyalty; this has had
the effect of paralizing the opposition, so
that during the last 24 hours it lias abso
lutely amounted to nothing if it ever did.
The day ju-tclo.-ed has been a busy one.
The Iiganiu-s, wild with the delirium of
success, just within reach, leaving nothing
undone, which would cause a hitch in the
cut and-dried programme of to-night, have
lieen flying around preparing for final and
; successful action, while the opposition have
lieen whining about and would not be recog
nized as the brave, confident talking poli
ticians of forty-eight hours ago.
At 7:30 the Republican caucus was called
to order in the art gallery of the state-house.
Senator McClellan of Jo Daviess county
was made chairman and Senator Bent and
and Repr-wntative New secretaries. On
roll-call every Republican in the general
Senator Joslyn moved that the roll lie
called, and each member of the caucus vote
his preference for a candidate fiir United
At this point representative Collins, of
Cook county, threw a fire-brand of large di
mensions among the brethercn, by offering
a resolution that no person who had taken
the back pay was entitled to the vote of any
Republican for office. This created a
storm of confusion. Cries of ''Put him
out,'' "Cull the roll," "Proceed with the
business," rilled the hall, amid gre-it excite
ment. After the confusion hud somewhat sub
sided. Senator Riddle attempted to ad
dress the caucus. The uproar began again,
but he managed to make himself heard
enough to notify the gentlemen present that
he would never vote fur John A. Logan.
This announcement was greeted with howls
and hisses, and he was told to sit down,
which alternative he fiHiilly accepted.
All attempts to bring the causcus to a
vote on Collin's resolution were hooted
down, when finally Representative Fislweof
Cook nominated Logan amid a great flour
ish of trumpets. Representative Cockle of
Peoria seconded the nomination.
Then Senator Hunter placed Oglcsby be
fore the caucus iu a well-worded and strong
speech. Senator Fuller seconded the nom
ination, w arning thecancus not to set aside
such a man us Oglcsby to put in his place
such a man as Logan.
The roll was called. One hundred and
six votes were east and Logan received the
votes of 17 senators and 03 representatives,
total 80; and Oglcsby received the votes of
0 senators and 17 representatives, total 20.
Mr. Farw ell was not mentioned.
The motion to make tlio nomination
unanimous was put to the house, but sev
eral menbors persisted in shouting "no"'
without being asked.
Myers, Matthews, Shaw and McFie were
appointed a committee to wait on General
Iogan and Senator Oglesby and produco
them before the meeting, and proccedod. on
their mission. In tho meantimo the cau
cus adjourned to tho hall of reprcsenta
tire, where, shortly afterward, Logan was
brought on, but not Ogleshy, the lartcr re-
fusing to attend his execution. The chair
man INTH(II)ICEI) IXJtiAN.
Who said ho was profoundly grateful for
tin! compliment the representatives of the
Kreat Republican party of Illinois had con- j
ferred uihjii him, carrying out the wishes of
that party. lie called on all to witness that
he had done nothing in this bitter struggle to
mar the feelings of any other candidate or
person; that he hadlxirnc calumny and abuse
without a murmur of complaint in the
post, believing tlrnt the time would come
when he would le vindicated, and, said he:
"I have been triumphantly vindicated to
night by you who in this action represent
the great Republican party of Illinois; and
not a cheek of a friend shall ever mantle
with shame fir what he has done on this
occasion, and if I am elected senator.'' He
then briefly lauded the party with a shake
of the bloody shirt, and suddenly stopped
short in his remarks, alleging that he did
not desire to further detain - his friends.
Whereupon the caucus incontinently ad'
journed, after appointing: a committee to
conduct the remainder of the sensorial
The first act in the senatorial drama is
over, and it has been played with a vigor
characteristic of machine action, nothing
being tolerated but a strict adherence to the
programme. The opposition insist he is
not elected senator yet. Well will see.
DEMOCRATIC CAl'CI S CALLED.
The joint caucus of the Democratic
memlers of the assembly is called for next
Monday evening, to nominate a minority
candidate for United States senator.
GRANT AND HIS BACKERS.
Central Sew Yorker.
Gen. Garfield favors Grant; Moseby the
relcl cut throat favors Grant; the Roths
childs want Grant; the monopolies favor
Grant; Jay Gould has a million of dollars
which say Grant; England has nominated
Graut; all usurydom begs tor Grant; the
salary rings are working for Grant; and
Colonel Fred Grant have been given leave
of -absence to carry messages and instruc
tions to bis pa! What will be the end of
this plot a million times more damnable
than the one that sank Aaron Burr? Revolt !
A new start!
A CASE FOR LAWYERS.
THE MOST Cl'RIOCR RECORD EVER rCT ON
The London Examiner says: A well
known barrister;who makes a point of keep
ing the conceit of his pupils down by lan
guage more forcible than elegant, recently
came into his pupil-room with a "case for
opinion,'' which had given him much of
his valuable time. He proceeded to read
it out In order that such of the young gentle
menas w ere not too lazy might look up pre
cedents in point. The case he said, came
trom a solicitor whose name was unknown
to him, but it w as endorsed with a respecta
bly fat fee, and dispatch was requested. It
ran as follows;
A seaman in the merchant service, who
had long suffered from a severe complaint,
finding himself in a great state of weakness
at a time when his ship was a great many
hundred miles from land, requested the
captain to provide him w ith pen, ink. and
paper, in order that he might make a will
disposing of his savings, which amounted
to about t'.')00. The captain who is allow
ed to have been a brutal fellow aud under
the influence of liquor, refused the request
and ordered the poor man back to his berth.
There he was surrounded by his ship-mates
who took counsel together as to the best
means of gratifying the desire of their fast
sinking comrade. In the end they turned
the sick man gently on his face as he lay
in his berth, and one of the number tatooed
the dying man's 'intentions on his b ick, in
in a manner common to the sea-faring men,
by a few words rubbed in with gunpowder.
This will attested in the same fashion, and
soon after the t.'stat ir died. Ry sacrificing
their allowance of spirits tho men managed
to preserve the remains of their messmate
in an improvised cofiien, and they have now
Ix-en landed in England. Council is request
ed to advise as to the proper meth ul of ob
taining probate of the above mentioned
instrument, and his attention is particular
ly directed to the fact which must be ad
mittisl that tit ! will was made behind the
man's back. The pupils gravely promised to
search lint authorities on the subject; but
Hardly had the learned counsel left the room
when thn peals of laughter which arose in
formed him that he had been hoaxed.
Always keep it on hand, as delay in
creases suffering. If yoa have a cough or
cold use Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. It will
cure you. Price 23 cents.
You Can he Haity. If you will stop
all your extravagant and wrong notions in
doctoring yourself and families with ex
pensive doctors or humbug cure-alls, that
do harm always, and use only natures sim
ple remedies for all your ailments you will
be wise, well and happy, and save great ex
pense. Tho greatest remedy for this, tho
great, wise and good will tell you, is Hop
Bitters believe it. See "Proverbs" in
LEVY'S HORN TAKEN, AWAY
IKrom tho New York World. ' 1
Gilmore's Rand, with Levy tho cornet
player, gave a concert hero last night. The
performance w as delayed half an hour by a
constable seizing Levy's cornet on an attach
ment for a debt contracted by tho musician
when ho gave a concert here some years age,
When the constable tried to servo the pro
ees at tho Troy House, Levy ran away,
1 u plng into a sleigh containing Madame tie
Murska, making frantic but Ineffectual ef
forts to conceal tho horn about his person.
Tho constable nothing, daunted," followed
and landed on Madtono du Mumk's lap.
The hleigh was then driven to th Music
II all. when Uvy jumped out and ran up
stairs, blowiii' ami ohoutititr tii the
of the band: "Throw him down utairn!
Kill him !'1 After the constable seized thn
cornet Levy denied the ownership, but ait
if.. :i i . ... .
Mr. Uilinore agreed to pay thebill the wait-
lug audience, was enable to hear dulcet
tones of the much seieod instrument. It is
asserted that the cornet did not lielong to
Levy, but was the properrty of the maker,
whose lien upon it had never been di
charged. M.nhtme dc Murska is doing
Suffering for a Life Time. Persons
afflicted with rheumatism often suffer for a
life time, their tortures being almost with
out remission. The joints and muscles of
such unfortunates are in most cases shock
ingly contorted and drawn out of shape.
To afford them even temporary relief, tho
ordinary remedies often prove utterly use
less. Hotstetter's Stomach Bitters, on the
other hand, is avouched by persons who
have used it, to bo a genuine source of re
liof. It keeps tho blood cool by proaioting
a regular habit of body, and removes from
it impurities which, in the opinion of all
rational pathologists, originate this agoniz
ing complaint and its kindred malady, flu
gout. Resides this the Hitlers remedy
disorders of the stomach, liver and nerves,
prevent and eradicate intermittent and re
mittent fevers, promote appetite and sleep,
and are highly recommended by physicians
as a desirable medicinal stimulant and
"What makes dogs mad " asks an ex
change. Roys. It makes dogs mad as a
wet hen the minute he sees a lxiy with a
tin can in one hand and a string in the
other looking for something to tie them to.
The Syracuse Standard, the day aftet
the great storm snowed that beautiful city
in so deep it took six engines and a snow
plow to look over the top of a small drift,
remarked with great gravity that "the chief
of jwlice had given strict orders to aiiet
all bovs bathing in the canals."
The Chicago Tribune remarks: "A man
may know that he is a liar and yet he'll feel
decidedly strange when he is called one."
Up to the date of this voluntary contribu
tion to the concicncc fund the Tribune had
been regarded as a strictly moral and truth
ful person. N. Y. Times.
It never raius in Peru, and a man in tliaf
rainless climate never know s what it is to
get up Sunday morning and spend five
hours pumping out his cellar, when he is
just w ild to go to church. But to atone
for the loss ot this pleasant pastime, he has
to stand up about four times a week and
let a raging earthquake kick him clear
across the county line in one time and two
Mother says the baby is fretful , but if
the baby could talk, it would say It had
pain. Relieve the pain by giving Dr. Bull's
Baoy Syrup, an innocent but effectual reme
dy. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Newsi-apeiis, School Books, Inks of tho
best brands, Albums, Office Fixtures,
Brackets, Pencils, Steel Pens and a variety
of Stationery, all at very low figures, always
on hand at Ambrose Pyatt's News and
Stationary Stand, Bulletin Building comer.
South America and Southern United
States. Owing to the warm and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid livers, indigestion, and all dis
eases arising from disordered stomach ami
Isiwels. They should, of course, at till
times keep the liver active, and to our read
ers we would recommend Tablet's Vege
table Liver Powder; taken in time, it will
often save money and much sufferirg.
Price 50 cents. Barclay Brothers, agents
The Buckeye. It is a well established
fact, that 'fabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment
will cure, if used according to directions.
-Esculus llippocastanuiu, or Horse Cln--nuts,
commonly known as the Buckeye, has
been highly esteemed for many years,
owing to tho fact, that it possesses virtues
lying in the bitter principle called EscuHu,
which can U; utilized for the cure of Piles.
If affected with that terrible disease, r.so
Buckeye Pile Ointment and be relieved.
Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairo, Ills.
Yot: Mist Cit.k that (tan. With
Shiloh's Consuciptloii Cure you cau cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma,and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it Is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can efford to be w ith
out it. You can use? two thirds of a bottle
and if what wo say is not true wo w ill re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. 50 ( H.
and $1,00 per laittle. If your Lungs aro
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclny Brothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalirer. It guaranteed to
relievo you, and will you continue to suffer
when you cau bo cured on rich terms us
these. Price 10 cente, and 75 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Purfu'me ' Haekmetack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barxlay
Brothers. Y' - v