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From our Sueciftl ('oircenondent.
Washinhton, Dec. 1. 1S70.
llio assembling ot Congress has Leen
described many times, but our legislative
sens of thunder never return to these scenes
of their glory or their shame, as the case
limy be, without exciting renewed interest.
Upon their words and ballots depend, to a
great extent, the wellare of larger human
interest than, perhaps, any other national
ity combined. Not in present population,
but in closely prospective population, in
wealth, and iu all that relates, in the won
derful future, to the amelioration of human
government. When we think of our re
markable age and of this miraculous coun
try, what wonder that the medicine men,
who are a majority of both houses, become
transfixed and grand. If man is great in
his own destiny, if the judge is august in
his power over human rights and human
life, what must be the clothed eminence
of those men to whom kingly
and imperial functions arc transferred. But
it is time to start for the capitol. The day is
superb. The crowd will be great, for the
old resident, and the stranger within the
gates are equally anxious to see congress on
this first day. The session will not lx-gin
until 12 m, precisely, but already, at 11
o'clock, Pennsylvania avenue is alive with
groups of ladies and gentlemen all moving
in one direction. The capitol will hold this
immense throng, for the rotunda and lob
bies are spacious, but only a favored por
tion will be able to secure admission to the
galleries. Happy, on these crowded occa
sions, is tho correspondent whose ticket ad
mits him to the reporters' gnllery, from
which serene heighth he may look down
upon and scrutini.e in a superficial way the
chosen, the elect of the nation. Here they
are, their frequently portrayed or carici.1
tured faces recognizable even to strangers.
What Anicr'c .n citizen is there that is net
acquainted with the physiognomy
of Blaine, Conkling, Thurman. Eav
aid, Logun, Edmunds, Lamar, Gor
don, and others' Their luces tell
but little of the perils they have passed dur
Ing the summer; and some of them huve
paused perils. Some aspiring ambitious
have been shattered. Some have gone
through the fire of investigation. But the
face of the politician, like that of the ideal
Uiplomutist, is impcrturable.
This letter mnst be mailed in a few min
utes, and I have not time to do bettet than
to give you my notes taken from the gal
leries of the House and Senate.
Large fire places, with wood fires, to im
prove ventilation and add to the cheerful
mm of the legislative cavern, have been
placed in the hall of the House.
Tho Houso economically uses the same
carpet that wa on the floor last year.
Young Congressman Acklen smoked a
cigar and examined the cards attached to
the bouquets that had been placed on his
Newspaper men, (we prefer to be called
journalists) congressmen, lobbyists, and
Ihjuquett have reappeared in tho house of
Mr. Conger and Mr. Garfield held each
other by the hand and looked towards the
other end of the Capitol.
Tho Capitol police have new and land
The latest tiling for ladies is to crochet
in the galleries. The printers will please
not say coquet, that would not be news.
Fernando Wood was always the most
Frcnehy looking congressman in the House,
but now, since he las been in Paris all
summer, he looks more French-like than a
Congressman Keely appeared iu the
same suit in which he interviewed Eismark.
I mean the sack coat and sack-like trousers
that have been won through the longest
Randolph Tucker and Gen. Kppa lluu-
ton were tlie only intmoors mat weie
observed to hug each other, conspicuously,
JINGLE ON ENGAGEMENTS
WHAT HE THINKS OF THE DIFFERENT TYPES
Albert Jingle, in Buffalo Every Saturday,
sav: first type, r.ionu young ia.
Dark young wan, Nice combination.
Pretty as a picture. Parents wealthy.
Charming alliance. Money in it. She has
flirted. So has ho. TLat makes them
even. Slie uresses ratiier louu. jic is a
perfect pink. Hie- lias lovely eyes. He
twirls :i killing moustache. This is not her
first love. Nor his. By a large majority.
Lots ot fellows have kissed her. And
talked sweet. Love making is an old story.
Vet she likes it. It tickles her fancy. She
lives en admiration. Thinks ol only two
things. Dress and society. Attends every
party. But, alas! Mie approaches the
ere and yellow. Iler admirers are
i . i i i .
numerous, out youtniui. ur grey-
l.aired widowers. Something imitt be
done. So the dark young man is
captured. They are engaged. He
lee.s, Mattered, lho .l to:Ks consent.
Everything is golden. Things run smooth
ly. She forgets and r'irts. They quarrel.
Matter are serious. Iitfonciliiatiou. B:g
we.Unn. tie-ups oi presents, coseynome.
Money tnouirh. No trouble. Except with
the help. Oid folks come down. Children
live in clover. Life is a play swell. No
ror.-'h corners. Su-iety. recognizes them.
They are satUtied. Whut won't money dor
Second type. Poor young man. Uich
girl, lie is considered c.i".er. is
plain. But so.id. -No Lonsense auout ncr.
lie. is studying law. Business slow but
sure. Sure cot to pay. .For some yea; at
le-a-t. But he loved., her. Or thinks he
does, Strut-tiling about her that . She-
is the tree on which the fruit ot his heart is
growing. He reasons. He must love
somebody. Ho is ionesniue if
he d.-a't. As cc-y to ,. a rich
j' i rl as u poor one. Time Lies, lie
wo-.'S iirr. Mie r.uicuits. Lim. 1 hen sue
pittus him. Mie will be Ins mend, lie
dej:uirs. Goes away, she misses him.
They meet at the library. He dejected.
She sorrowful. Their eyes meet, she
says, "Come and see me.' He does tot
tarrv. She relents. She loves him. Oh,
joy! Oh, rapture ' He wins their parents,
llie concent. Burrows 1 1,000 from 4
triend. Is married. Prospers How can
he help it?
Third type. 1 oungmanon a sruail sa.ary.
Admires "extravagant young Pretty and
knows it. Her father works ham. J 11 st
able to support the family. She is indo
lent. Another word for lazy. Heads
novel. Can olav indifferently. Pretends
to help her inQtlu-r. Can't make biscuits, j
Has handsome new hats. Lets her mother
wear the oid bonnet. Don't ."t up
to breakfast. Is cureless when a!': tie. j
Gonreous in company. Wants I
fine feathers. Is a loous.i little yWr valuable medicine, "Cocstitution Wa
sham. What of the young man.' He is J t,.ri- 5. occurTed to me that it was inv
foolish. Spends his small salary. No ,;utv , a,.) t0 Vuur litt of testimonials,
thought of the future. Can just supj-ort Kc.rtv.e.vu months I suffered with inflam
himseif. Talks largely. Is inclined to I uyA:l)D ,,f tie kidneys and bladder; no
boast. Goes with a lust set. Can't swim j rw,t al jjiht, up ten or fifteen times: could
out. Wears cheap jewelry. W ants to be a ' n,t walk acr'feU the street without having
swell. A sort ol ready-made article, is fas- j
cinated with the young lady. Thinks h-r
an angel. Captures her. And linds she is 1
one. so lar as iiorue woi k is concerned. 11
ignorance is bliss slit's happy. Th-.-v strug
gle along. He gets seedy. She is cross
and fretful. Goes home to her father. The
young man goes west. What cou.d you
Fourth type. Wealthy old widower.
Handsome, accomplished girl. Just out of
school. Charming, but mercenary. Has
been engaged. To college nudent. Poor
investment. Much romance. No cap
ital. She ships him. Wants dia
monds. Is dazzied. Bcspccts age.
Hopes she can love him. An old man's
darling. Old man's r'.ddh-tick. Aged
lover attentive. But rheumatic. Hiss chil
dren object. The proien. It only fans the
llame. The hirt is plump. And pretty.
She knows it. The old nun addresses her.
Buys diamonds :or her. She hesitates.
Then succumbs. What a catch. He gets
youth and beauty. Shi; geu money and a
lot of Hep-children. They will not call
her "mother." V'hy? Because they arc
older than she is. Think of it. Isn't it
rather absurd 2
Kl'th type. Sensible, sweet young lady.
Like tht reader. Clever, active yonrig busi
ness man. Just like your own boy.
Known each other since childhood.
Made mud pies together. Ate
tho same apple. Studied the same primmer.
Grew up together. Go in good society.
Don't run after it. She is a busy Mttlo
body. Not a busybody. He, a manly fel
low. Doing well. Has saved norm-thing.
Is good naturcd. Not conceited. They
love each other. Wish I hud as many dol
lars as they love each other. She is accom
plished. He is in earnest. He is 25. She
yii. JJe never proposes. They understand.
One day he Hy: ''When shall it bo, Mol
lie.'" "When Yr you please, Harry."
Then the niturige bells ring merrily. They
don't put on airs. Or snub people Or
talk slang. Or trifle with each other, She
don't complain ubout tho house-keeping.
He don't bore her about his business. They
are happy. This type is not so very rare.
But It's not crowde-d. Isn't it strange?
The Pioneer Press, of St. Paul, has an
Krticle by H. A. Tanner, who says: "Tin
best way to avoid colorless, sickly-looking
butter in winter, is to use Wells, KicliMrd
son Si Co's Perfected Butter Color, the es
sential principal bt-inft the same as in the
yellow dandelion blossoms."
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
FIGHTING ON ALL FOURS.
Stanford (Ky.) luttrlor Journal. '
In Mason county, In 182-1, an old toper
known ns Joo Cooper, agreca lor mo con
sidcratiou of a quart of whisky, to cuter a
lot in which was confined an old ramthe
terror of the neighborhood and tight him
for the championship. The town of Wash'
incton collected to witness tho tournament.
Not Ivnnhoe on the field entered tho list
more proudly than did old Joo. The com
batants approached a la quadruped, saluted,
retired a few paces, then rushed to the des
perate charge, but Joo quickly righted, and
planting his foot upon the lifeless carcass
of his foe, demanded and drank the
whisky. Just at the moment of collision
the man had dropped his head, and the
nose of the sheep coming in contact with
the elevated shoulders, his own neck was
I Tiiank God irom tlie bottom oi mv
heart, that He cave suffering humanity
such an excellent remedy as St. Jacous
On.. Having hardly commenced with the
use of the first bottle, I already find great
relief, and look with lighter heart into the
future. W. B. EisKNTKAOEii, Marion, New
It is said two Presbyterians, two Baptists,
two Univcrsalists and an active Jew recent
ly met and conversed on theology together
without quarreling, 111 Boston. The reason
they did not quarrel in Boston was because
they were in New York.
A Card To all who are suffering from
the errors and indism-tions ol youth, Hers
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a receipt that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary it
South America. Send a self-addressed en
velope to the Rev. Jod:PH T. Inman, Sta
tion D. New York City.
he looked at a si
," mused Junior Ally, as
jn. ,"Of course it does,
all off the trees in the
Strips the leaves
fall, and and -most all the rlotln-s off the
people in dog-days." 'American Punch.
If you need toning up don't take poison
ous liquors or bitters. Kidney-Won is the
What could It- more intensely American
thin the act of the Yankee, who, 011 visit
ing an Italian convent and being shown a
lamp which, had not been permitted to go
out for live centuries, quickly stepped up
to it and hle-w it out. with the remark,
"Well, I rather guess it's out now."
There is Health Ahead: For cheer
less dyspeptics who will use Ilostetter's
'ton. rich P. -tiers, which
-t. restore their appetite,
their nerves, anil drive away
,e Miles. 11
v.'i'h 1 ft rirrw-ief? '
- 1 ----1 -
who neglect to prof.:
iere are any ot them
y the al-ove sugires-
ti-'ii why. they deserve to suffer, that is ad.
Let them a-sk any one who has use 1 the
Bitters if it is ii"t a good medicine, and
if they reeeive a truthful r- p'.y it will be an
affirmative'. Biliousness, bowels, debility,
rheumatism are all conquered by this high
ly esteemed and professionally sancttor.ed
'pu-itic. which has also won a national
reputation as a remedy for. and means of
averting intermittent and remittent f- vers.
It has a cheering effect upon the despon
dent invalid, and nay be u-'.ied upon to
produce decisive, slid not palliative effect.-.
It le the one- tiling riM-di'nl for the euic oi'
dyspepsia, rind nothing will supply its
EiL'i.t weeks ago the city of Dead wood
whs destroyed by fire. T-'-day the place is
entirely rebuilt with a better class of build
ings. Yankee enterprise c'..-es wonderful
logs s'-mttiiiK s.
Messrs. Morgan A
, Macon. Ga. Sept. 21. '.9.
Alien. 'J John St., New
York City :
Dear Sirs la looking over Harper's
We.-f-kiv nMH-r I taw the advettisenicnt of
p;t!;,itaiion ot the heart, would have to sit
,,jWn t(. i.-oro 1 coupi ,,,.t ,ai -K t
t!i(. hot(.i. Lt May I was obliged to give
up iny ou-iness, that ot hotel keeper. I
was reduced in weight forty pounds. Il
August I made the trip by steamer to New
York, tlu-m e by steamer to New London.
Connecticut, where I arrived weak and
very much debilitated. My brother, J. F.
Brown, President of Brown's Cotton Gin
Company at New London, sent to the drug
gists for a bottle of ''Constitution Waterf'un 1
insisted on my taking it, saying that h-, und
others he knew, had been troubled the same
way, It seems incredible, but in two days
I began to feel better, my appetite improv
ing, and in a few days us aShi to walk up
to tlie town, some half mile distant, with
out getting wearied, or having any flutter
ing or palpitation of the heart. Inn short
time I returned to New York (visited
Coney Islund, of course), and walked from
the Wooden Pier to the Iron pier, a dist
ance I should judge of nearly one mile,
through the sand; also a long distance
through Central Park witiftut any inconve
nience or distress, I am hixty yean of age,
have lived in Macon fifty four yours, been
in the hotel business twenty-five years, and'
those that know me know that I would not
give this testimonial unltss it was due you,
and to those suffering im I have suffered.
Diseases similar to mini and other diseases
your medicine is rc-cornnerided fur are very
prevalent in the South. Yours truly,
The household that keeps a baby can
afford to Hull its alarm clock very cheap.
New Haven Register.
Out ExPEItlKNCK fko.M Many: "I had
been sick and miserable so long and hail
caused my husband so much trouble ami
expense, no one sfemed to know what ailed
me, that I wascompletely disheartened und
discouraged. In this fruine or mind I got
a bottle of Hop Bitters and used thi-m un
known to my family. I soon begun to im
prove und gained so fast that my husband
and family thought it strange and unnat
ural, but when I tol l them what had helped
me, they said "Hurrah for Hop Bitters I
long may they prosper, for they have made
mother well and u happy," The Mother.
Wasted. Sherman A Co., Marshall,
Midi'., want an agent iu this county ut
once, at a salary of f 100 per month and
expenses paid. For full particulars ad
dress as above.
FRIDAY MOBXIXO, PECKMBKR 1S7P.
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS iu thl eoluuiu, ol
live line each or leu will bo vutliiht-4 tor tb
cent every Innertlouii mouth. luomnswuu.
out chnngu, 1.00 per mouth, a'tti-b. additional
line, 5 cent. Mtuatiout wanted five.
Dwi llliiR lioune on IMh utrect, beiwven. Waluut
anil t'eiliir, all in good coialitlou. Lato rvmt-ue
of F. Vliii-i'iil. For partu-ularii apply at uiy rv.l
deuce 011 corner of i!Ut aud Waluut itvi.
lll. 0. IlKUUl'H.
Clie.ip lor cali
'One-seven octave piano, cove
anasl ml; in Rood order
Fill'! teel eiiKiavlnit, for alc. Cannot be
bouubt of tho publisher for less than JlMKIcach.
Will bo sold iilii(jly for $ 10.00 rath, or tho four for
:;il,(M. Enquire liTiiG Itll.l.KTiN bindery.
Owskbs and purchasers of Real Estuto In Cairo
kfhuuld be sun- liny have a sood title. I am now
prepared to lurulfh ant-tract at reasonable1 rau-s.
Office Iu Court House.
A s-rles of No. i ilothic cups and lower cno
parti--worn, but suitable for poster rr programme
work. counlMiujjof brevier, lonp primer, plea, (ireiit
prim'r, paraxon and dmible i-uullsh letters and
irburi lull and complete, williout space uud
Wiirer's Block, d vw r Seventh Ctn t t iiwl Com
Desl-es 10 inform the citizens of Cairo anil vicinity,
that she has a
Xew anl Larjre Stock of (UmU
Which he will sell 11 1 aiti ai cost, c u-i-liiii of
Jlals and Doimets.
And Fine Imported Huse- for Lai'.ie anl liililreu.
, l.adis Furnishing Goods!
All the very latest designs. Prices o lnv s ,u,-sihle-and
isoodsnisrkeil in plain Ct-ures. Will not
bj undersold, ('ail and 1 samiae . Nn truhlilc to
how eiiods Ladles who ilo not sic wLat tlirv
want will pkss.i ak for I'.
WOO! I AM) COAL.
lleU-r In nil kinds ol'
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG .MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YAM):
Tenth Street, Between Washington and
76 OHIO LEVKfi.
No dirt or dr.t by measure beint- exposed to air.
.Milk di-livcnd twice u dor,
SEALED IX PINT BOTTLES.
Try it ftuO i?e lor yonrM-lve.
00 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cashy-n delivery of ticket.
)K.S. C. MCLEAN,
Ila v. if. out a doi.bt the Cr.i s; line el'
-Millinerv and Fancy (ioods
!u this i:ty, and
Thoy Must bo Sold at
Lad!- s hrt
call m.'I 1 x.jii.r.'
J'rif cm Will Madf Satinlm-tory,
KI'.HTH VTRELT.M-.XT DOOR TO S.TCAHT':
IdlY (lO'd)Si JIOl'hK,
O'.desi Jewelry House in Southern Illinois.
I 1 clvi i and Constantly Ri-u lvieg at
HI). A. HIJDKU'H
Xc-w .1 EWEIRY STOItE
No. I'M Connncrr.ml Avenue, War Mb. St.
Magnificent Pianiondsund Fine Jewelry,
Cameo, Onyx, Coral and Plain Setts,
JlingH, Necklaces, Chain and
Bond Bracelets, Watches,
Chains, Studs, Sleeve
Gold Pens, Seth
ple, and (fluid
Ware, SterHnir Silver
warp, Knabe and I'eiisc pi
aims. Mason & Hamlin Co.. and
Estey Orirans, Brass, Strlnir uud
Peed Musical Instrument & Trimmings.
fWDo not fall to Inspect Lit Stork heron- pur-Chaslng-.
tiTll guarantee to snll at New York. Ht Louis
or CblraKO prlre. No nerctty for seiidlnu from
horn for flno and ebeap good,
lITOrder by Eijires and Mall solicited und
Fine Jewelry Made to Order.
SiC O ALI JNTE !!e
CO A LINK
THE ELECTKIC CLEAKSEW. -
HAS NO EQUAL FOR MEN ERA L lIOUsSE-CLEANL(r
PUKPOSKsS, FOR AVAS1IIN(J CLOTHES
fOIl THE BATH, AC, AC.
For Cleaning Paint, Varnished Surfaces, Window Glass, Mirrors, Gold Frmr.fy,
ble, Tianos, Sewing Machines, Furniture, Oil Cloths, Silver Ware, Show Cases. Bronzes,'
Glass, Globes, Gas Fixtues; Hcniovcs Pitch and Tar from the Hands or ( otl ir
readily, Ac, Ac.
FOR FSE A A DISINFECTANT v"iW
Anythiiitf .Soiled bv OI r. or OJtKASK.bv Flics or
oil .Marks, or by Dirt ol'any kind.it will oloan
W I rJ II O U T S ()
To Wrs-rrnx (Vmi.ine Csrasv- 1 have used
11 iTenainiy superior to soap a a
n).niair;e a:tliout I :j 1 nn :j r lie- texture or chaniui:
o!l. It also heals suns and chapped hand readily.
1'itiik Wrrrr. Coauxe Co We have Wn a-
in this city, aud find It one of the most useful thine-
ashlr.,, (l-ruM.lns. clcsniuK b!ss, silver, takine en
" ' r lamny titouic have It. Tie
hotly.) hicBL'i), May id, lST!i.
W IS THE ONLY Washing Componsd sol.l ii. Hulk, and stririiy for cash.-R.t-i.K U-e .r.Mir a Es-y
and valnaldi- articlo ata low C.-are competlns with staple irood- like Snap.
Th- f,.i:.nv!rn: testimonial from persons W,h vUm many it, Cairo and iclt.lt v sr.- arr.nai, :ul f,o
coallne in Its true position l efore the public. It I- a ood (Lit. , ai.d should he i;em tally tisi-,1
1 have used coallne In my house. It saves W.or and s.v- c!mt, s. ,! is inexr.slvf. I u. nil! r . -be
without it. -Centralis, 111., August 1Mb. 1T. 51 Its. JAMES Mi FAII
ICndcalinetol,.. all that . clairr...! for Ii, at.d. cleeu'iiiiy con..r4i.d it -C.-ntralia inirC
An-"",,S!"',"T!'- .M1W. I. CXLEY.' '
1 l.KVP tlK. it .'null, I-., , u.i .. ... , ...... .
o."i- ui n. -
,m.ii ...uruiruieo ije. 1 leMMl eonln.e o do the
etii-ct--.-). et.tralia, III., Arpist l'Mh, lsT'i.
All li-ailing (rrocers ttil", hav
e it, ai.d Ci.n snpi
he, at ail time. oLtainalilo ut
IL ads of Families will (' and Get a ShiiiiiIc. Free f.n- Tri.il, at our Stoics
I uu 1
Addrc.-s l-IOl! Cliotcati Avenue, St. Louis.
We Desire to cull Your alteiition to Our
WHICH IS NOW COMINCJ INTO GENERAL 1E.
WAIrjIi'S IVJlT -:scape OR
NO 3I0RE CYLINDER
I call the attention of proprietors, of Steiim Engiues to tho use of this Valve, by which
a great wiving of fuel is effected. The Valve being closed on the admission of bteam and
open when exhausting, the engine is not linllo to get out of line, nn no water is allowed to
accumulate in tho cylinder the Valve opening or nhutting automatically at each stroke.
Tim cylinder is kept dry when tho engine is not working, as tho Valves are then kept
open by a npiral Hprlng. Tho Valve will pay lt price in the saving of fuel in a vary
short time, and will last over ten years.
MrState oud County Rights for Sale. Apply by letter or in person at 1403 Chc b ou
Avenue, St. Louis.
OF THE WOULD !
CO A LINE
A. l OH'AV A. T K 1 .
t'.x.!ii.e in ,v.y fn,i'y n-,1 ih.! i- t
Vul-ufBcti:,. . ,-s
rlean - i r and n.uch more
or.on.ica; . It removes d.it
It cleans the liarid- and l.-ave the sk .n
S. KVt'IiETT. 141 Cottaj;.' drove
Ave ,( b'csi'o.
iEC In our family "Coallne." mi .ti, ',. m.. . .. ......
for family us- we l,a,e evtr kno-A or 1., -ard of lr
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