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BT JOHN H. OBERLY &
FOUND, MS BEST, ETC
FOUND.
On Fourteenth afreet and Ohio Uiu. rwvkel.
Obkcni&lalnc e ntini iif menu, vrhloh tk nwiui
t Law, Cairo. Illlnot. and Id aat if laj( properly.
uiiii uj wii in di uma uiiMn, Atiorneye
Ulro, III., Jen. 17, 1171.
joieatvi
ACnttiee, eleven rooms, ten lt, rnelonedwil
Mi. foot board fence, all the neeemar y out-build
wi cnwroi vn plenty 01 wwr, ail in
impair, llent low to a good tenant. Apply
f" W. W. TU OK.NTO.V, PH
Troth Btreet.
V
AMUSEMENTS.
t'RA VI) NKOIIESAnE
THE
Cairo Turner Society
Hcgleave to annODDC a
RAND MASQUERADE
r Monday ErenlBi;, Feb. 0, 1H71 Z
tit ee
WHEEL'S HALL
in effort will be put forth by the manager
rier mef-eion in mon entertaining ana
rcne anair 01 ine ainu ever neiu id iriocuy
It II ltd
IIUTGHERS.
' r ALTER MAX03Y.
t
Batchers
;asi dealkm im
FRESH MEAT
i
jith St., between Washington k
Commercial Ave
, tlalsalaaj Sxltiaakeaaa
jj the U.t of IW-ef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, I.emb.
hrn, no., and are prepared to wrtt ciiimi
f uio,t aceeplabU maaher. oct'.'kdtf
mHKKTUUMMACU
butcher
' AND
nisage Maker
prOMITE HIE COURT HOUSE,
fro, - - XllslXXOlSS)
Orders filled promptly and
, fullest aatlsractioB guarran
d. .fttliiSm
'AMEt KT!f AJITOM
BUTCHER
AND I'KALEU IS eVUaV
IXDS OF FRESHXEATS
Cor. 10th arU Vttr.L
Pairo, - - .Illinois.
iveand luUUr only Ihej.beel cattle, hog
bop. end ) pre.uard to tiles demand fu
moot, from one pound U lea thouaaa
odi. d'Cvltl
ATiturns
HEEKf GILBERT,
FORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT
LAW,
HZ i SSSSl I CAU .ui.
afal attention rTtob to Adsaifalty uJ liem
'aatneae,
LltM. Kmmi T m
cisy
ajlssml K4U,
fNEGAH, MIUV.H POPE,
TTORNEYS AT LAW
D. T. Ltrteg-er. )
l. W. Murtit, V 4'AIBO, ILL.
P. II. !. I
FJOB-On Seventh Mrt, Winters Week,
leciodll
UQUOR WIDOW,
f Oil IIYI.A D'H NALOOiV
U mbbbIImI with all hladt !
iUPJRIOrUOjJOPS
2V COMMEROIAll AVENUE
mtwn Ibcbla at Ninth 8trt,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
'thirsty, hloTKOodlMoihould fit
him ackll, and thof wttowuit a
RAORANT CIO AB
Can hare their wanta eupplied at hla bar.
OUN OATEK
Proprietor of the
Millar SatoM aad Bar Koeai
31 Dorado
i in OMamerelal Ave.,
Ifairo, - - - - Illinois
UNINESS CARDS,
BILLHEADS.
WIM LAHINO,
LKT'faCll
all kinds letter. .t' PrlrtllDg txtCUted
OfRcee
CO.
alight.
SATURDAY.
OOVERSOR ALCORN'S MESSAOK.
Wo arc indebted to Governor Alcorn
for a copy of bio annual mcwuc to the
Mississippi Legislature, and have care
fully jtcruHcd itn intcrcHting Htalciuonts
of the condition of affairs in our sister
State.
Speaking of thiH message, the New
Orleans Tiuut characterizes Gov. A. as
an ambitious, elaborate and philosophi
writer. His messages read more like
essay and discourses than State docit
inenta ; yet they are full of sagacious
and practical views, and of courageous
and bold utterances and counsels. We
especially admire thcjphilanthropic and
generous spirit of justice, and freedom
from partisan prejudice, which cbarac
tcrir.es bis address. Carefully and kind
ly ignoring past and recent feuds, and
at the same time discountenancing the
I'harasaical ultrsism and sclf-a'sump-
tion of the new and dominant parly, he
institutes a just and impartial contrast
between the workings of the two politi
cal and social systems, the war between
which terminated with the close of the
great rebellion. lie gives both systems
the credit of what was good, and docs
not conceal or justsfy that which was
bad in either, llcjoicing in the destruc
tion of the slave system, he does not ad
mit tliat that was au institution of un
mixed etil ; while be vindicates the
wisdom and the happy results that have
followed emancipation.
lie shows, how he, with other, has
been happily disappointed in the con
sequences of the Mveral acts of recon
struction ; that the evils, so honestly
apprehended from these measure', wore
greatly exaggerated, and the benefits
and happy effects have been fr greater
than wcrecver imagined or dreamed off.
Statistics are shown of a larger product
iveness of labor, as well aa of great pro
gress and improvement of the colored
people in adapting thcmclvcs to their
new conditions.
The general circunutances of the
State are presented by Gov. A. in a very
encouraging light. Kven the Legisla
ture has been far better than could be
reasonably expected, and the political
administration, though largely more ex
pensive than in the days before the war,
lias been generally worthy of the com
mendation und mipporfpf'the people.
ant ot spaeo-lWbid a inoro extend
ed notice of Gov. Alcorn's message, but
we can say that it merits a careful per
usal by all who are luterer-iod in the
welfare of our neighbor, and who ap
preciate a state paper, replcto with
sound philosophy ami practical stales-
mans,"l, .
1
COLUMBUS, KY, NEWS.
(Clitl.triM from tin- Dup.it. h.J
There is n man In Columbus, who can
eat twenty-Are pounds of pork a day.
, ... ,v, ... ,..
earner Arlington, hat gone to Ohio to
marry a wife. j
Temjxirance societies that will pay are '
boing organized. Tne initiation fee is flvn '
dollars, tho ninthly dues live dollars, and
all funds remaining on hand ut tho end of
tho year are divided among those who
havo been faithful to tho pledge.
The unvkiuno of Vlnnlc Kemn's
statue of Lincoln, in the rotunda of the '
capltol, took place on Wednesday night
It was performed by Judge Davis of the
Supremo Court, In tho presence of Presi
dent Grant, Vice-President Colfax, the or
ators of tho occasion and many others, and
was followed by much npplnuso, and ad
dresses by Senators Trumbull, Patterson
and Carpentor and Representatives Cul
lom, Hanks and 1) rooks.
Boston brldo thought it would bo
smart to refuse to agreo to "obey" her
husband In tho inarrlago ceremony. Sho
was brought to time by tho minister's
refusing to proceed with tho ceremony un
til she said "obey" In an nudable voice
Rathsr than not be married, sho would sav
anything that ho told her to.
aWJeorcbanU ahou,j koepa fl,e of c,ty
newspapers. Tho supremo court of Now
York has decided that the prices current
published in slaily aawspap.,., ro admis.
sible in evidence to prove tbo market value
of commodities at a glren tlmo.
Mealadamo Hamclin, widow of tho
French ambassador at Constantinople!
under Louis Philllppe, wa9 recently found
doad in a garret in the Belleville district
of Paris. She had como to her death by
cold and starratlon.
CAIRO,
'
WASHINGTON LETTER.
I From Our OwirdyUcionrient.
To the Mitor'Catrt) JluUdin.
Wabhinutoic, P...O., Jan. 21, '71
Titn jfniciARV coMMirrti:
have reported Unit II III, of (Icorgln, Is en
titled to hi sent. Th'a iriajority making
the report .iro Senators Trnmhttll, hd
mund, Coiiklini: and Carpenter. Senator
Thiirinan also ngrccs with tliem with rc
yard to Hill, but holds that -Miller
Is also untitled to tako his loat on taking
the oath prescribed by tho constitution
Tliu minority, Meurs. lllco and Stuart
declare that Furrow and A lilt Icy aro duly
elected and entitled to their seats In the
Sonato.
Tim I'RKMtiE.vr
yesterday withdrew from the Senato tho
notnlunllou of ilr. Strickland and substi
tulfd that of General "Woods, of Oregon,
to be Coventor of t'Uh. 31 r. Strickland
was tho friend of Senator Thayer, who, de-
fpltc tho l'rcsldeut's letter of Indortemcnt
to tho Kebnukn Legislature, was defeated
Tho moment Thayer Was of no further uso
to llyivss ho "went back'' on him. Such
Inmtltuilo will no duubtcausothu blatant
and bigoted pnrtlinu to exclaim with his
chief'! vo no faith in human .nature."
THR IIOHESTKAII HILL 1'OR SOLDI KI'.S,
to bo Introduccl by Gen. lloughtun from
tho House military comtnlttco allows the
time served In tbn iirmv to be counted
anhit the period of settlement' and the
rlqht may bo transferred to h luna UlriH
tier by the soldier, and pvukloners sre to
bo allowel to uiuko fctllement by agent or
attornny. This Is another Job and Isnd
swindle ainl a nliolcsl rtbbcry of the
public lands The I'ncific railroad ring
s manipulating this scheme. Tho plan Is
toieeuretho land oti' bo'th sides of Its cv-
er&l roads, tho N'ortln.-rn and Central l'n-
cltlc Kaflroadt'beln om','f Cttfng i-j
soldiers to apply lor land and when secured
i will bo bou-hl by the,rinjfor Uieiriown.
uh-; ipecnpociriusmaws or iiii-xsoriuorn,
and Ccntml Vacltltf Ituttroads cannot,- it'
seems, ever bo filled. "What thoy cannot
accompllth openly they manage to do by
trick. , .
MNATOK SCM.S'KH
yesterday appeared Ui an entirely new
character. Ho pretcntcl to tho Scunlo tho
resolutions of tho Uetuocrntlc I.eltlaturu
of Indiana which Instructed tbo .Senators
frcm thrtt State, Messri. Morton and 1'ratt,
to vute Hgalnst tbo nefarious San Usmingo
Sclietno. Tnls Is rather rough, as both the
Sonators nro committed to the President's
b!fc' secu1stion and what Wat most Killing
thi resolutions were set to Senator Htuii
n r, .Mottou s opponent on this rjiie'stlori,
and he culled for their being read,' 7hlch
was done, sumnur litdliack lu his stat
and enjoyed tho swcot morol of revenge
mott hugely. Morton's face was black
and lowering and his inuiclfS twitched uu
controlably, and the working of his coun
tenance was diabolical In tlio extreme ; to
galled, nettled nud angry was ho that he
refrained from replying, fearing to trait
hlmtelf in bli condition of wrnth and ruge
but Intimated that he would rrply at n fu
ture day.
THK IIOUSK KLKfeTliiNCOMfllTTKB, ,
will report favornbly for .Mr. Corker,
white man '.and Democrat aguimtXllearil,
Kegro Itaillcat, The negro lovers headed
by lien ltutlcr will of course hovri mot
pltMuOy and dictate arrogantly when tho
ca.o come bo:.ro tho IIou.v, but f am of
opinion that the white man will take his
seat. Uutli-r s Influence and power are
waning and by tho timo that General
Pnrnsworth, hi, sjjK'iny, has done with
tne inve,tiat on ortne .Nntlonal Asv uuu
lllr tllUUI,.i mi'iiur, nnu auor 01 which
i..t i,,.,, MM,t ,tlft rhr.r.. fr,.l..
, , , ...i,,..!,..! soi,i,.ri ,.nj ...ii,,,.
which havo b-en ntado n-raliut him nro
nTaVl, ,,1 tlinv nre In .1 fair wnv of beln,-
1 -1 - - . o
dono Iron the i vldeii(.e so far, I think
that cvon the Itadicul', who chj. Swallow
most anything, will hardly go Jleu us
formerly. Their "lollty"' will revolt
iigntiiH tho man who lobs tho crippled
soldiers although ho might put tho wholo
South in hU pocket and never be any the
worto 111 thooyo of tho party of moral'
ideas. It makes some dlffjreneo. who
o is gored.
Thero aro a number of bills whleh will
nH ba reached this scslon of Congress '
as thorn nro but ."14 working days before,
adjournment. There arc omo Ml rail
road bills among-thon., the only imu of.;
which thero Is .any certainty of being,
acted upon U thu Southern Paclllc, which
Is of national Importanco find especially
of vast Interest to" tho South. The" uni
versal fcellng 'b'oth in mid out of Colore. 1
with regard to thia. southern r.mt tho '
Paclllc Is most favorublo and thoroyil-ts .
no doubt of tho fitrjy passago of tlns lui-1
portaut muasufp; thus giving to tho
sotttliern-scctton of our coantrytha"facllP
ties for developing, her rci9urcc yhleh
havo been glvetf AhSnh ' Northern" and
Central portions, .
AH A SUU1VT BEltUON
on Itadica oc(iiioiny. LJgVAiotTthe fotv w"'
ing- When thoOemocr'ats ftrrendoreS'
tho city of Philadelphia, cight years ago
to the tender Siefejes of (.thoi oonoirp'citj 1 m
and honest' Itrtdteals, tho city tluut'Vns 1 ,
$10,000,000.
Now it is over $18,000,000.
"Nufcod.'J
THK fONOnUSSip.VAI, K.NI-OltCCMK.VT Ot
, ! KLKOTION ACT-! Mi! D p
01 nisi session lues tir provisions oitoiifletl
ILLINOIS, JANUARY 28,
L r PlT It. .....
by a supplemental bill whleh has, boen
agreed upon'by tho IIcuio JudiflaVy c'o'm
mittoa and.wlll ba fMssad. it passab!a,ilhU
ssssiou., grills act' extendi tho' 6pcrS)Uw
ofthnbrljlnal bill over cjeof-'a'-smalljrt?
slo and'id reality over.cvor.y precinct In
tho coyntryi ahc;formcr'psTDsrtosl to
to prevent fraudtUn thorAOTimrs;eJtiM'
Tho'neV bill lo6M:tatH.cohttort'tne
negro toU; south, and'tbi lntimklatlonof
the white vole. Tho military are actually
under tho command of civil officers. 'With
this bill In onerfltlon'an'd others baled tinon
tho Jylng roport .whtcii: will Wmado by
Morton's committee, th South will again
experience tho heavy hand of Uadical In
tolerance, rapacity and misrule.
WASHINGTON.
DEBATE ON THE INCOME TAX'BE
l'EAL KILL I If THE SENATE.
SECRETARV HOUTTTELL OPPOSES
THE AIJ0LITI0X OF THK TAX,
.vounat:ons.
Washington, Janf i5. Tho followinit
nominations were sent to tho Senate to
day: Alexander II., Adams, Pension
Agent, Loxlngton, JCy. Poitinajters
II. J. lirown, Anderson, lod.: J. C. Han-
num, uoiphi, ma.; U. U Williams, Car
rolton, 111.; F. Clcnclerlm, Morrlstown.
111.; Elizabeth McAllister, FaIrilold(j
lowa.
'OOJ,'0U STARVINU.ISDIIX.
Adjutant General Townsond hat ad-
dressed tho following telegram to General
Augur, nt Omaha, in.refurcnco to subsis
tence for IndIans,"i'hohave been reported
to bu In a starving condition :
ihu President direct that tho Indians
"fcllcsUo. jubslsted. temporarily,, and.
that 100 head of catflo bo purchased and
sent forward. Also, to notlfv Major
Chambers to furnish subsistence to tbo In
dians near I.aramlo." ' f j
The following was also sent to doners!
i'The'Presldent diracts that a limited Is-
suo of ammunlTion for small Kamo bols-
sued to the Indians at Larsmle and Fet
tennan.' FiTi'tT . C
Mlt. SiWAni) TOUIl.
A despatch from Hear Admiral Uogcrs,
ccuimauiliag tho Asiatic fleet, dated "Flag
Colorado, otung, December 12,
1870,' reports th'at the 'nary hat returned
to that place, wifli tho utllccrs, atalT, and
gulrdln .company wFth Mr. Seward and
ratty, from Pokip' Admiral itogcrs had
several conferences with Minister Lowf re
garding Chinesu ullairs, and also with the
regard to the projwicd visit to Corca, for
tho protection of our shipwrecked seamen,
uuiniiwniaiiji III a I, III tiioy ,1101, .Uf,
Low and Admiral Kogors should go to
Corca and declare that deiiro and pur.
pof)7 -During thejoufney'tfj;1 ansl return
from, Pekln, tho party were everywhere
recieved with couresy.
SLCIIETAItr DOUTWXIJ. AXI) THE INCOME
Secretary Uoutwfll )as byforo tho Com
mittee of Ways and. Means of tho House
this.murnlug resisting tlju (jboUUiHilof, the
Incui'u tax. Ho .represented that tile
probable revenue froiathat source would
bo between thirteen aml-fourteen nitlllone,
while ' tho "additional cost of colK'ctlorf !
would not bo halt million;
THE AITOftTlOHMENr.
it having bec4i conjectured that if' tho
Apportionment act is not pascd In time
to bo applied tothe Forty-second Congress,
tho number of Presidential Electors In
"... t 't . f ... - .
m.i win no iiMfnnuiej tne preent
i,.,.i.Aiin...i.;i.,.k.ui. ... 1 ........
that tho Pre.ldent.wlll bojelected at tho
saino time ns the Forty-third Congress,
and both' will lie ohojcmnn'tha new bsslsV
This is In accordance with the precedents
of 1 8:tf undiSS'J. -The only'eWnt'in
wlileli a'falTufc"foniakc tho ncwTatvapjiTy
to the Forty-jiult'ougrussj caupks-.
smiy aiieci tne t'resiiieutiai election, Willi
be a failure to elect by the people, In
which' theehoLe would." be made!byJ tbi
House of thu oriy-lucoad Congress, and
on tlie proieht basis'.
nin test oath.
The ltecons(roetKin',ConiniHtce met yesl
tenlay and JrislKieted Uhe chitlrman to
have the Senate bill .to abolish tho test
oath takeh front the speakers table and re-
iorrei to too committi;o(fpr. Inmodlate ac
tlo... A large nlaJdHty t)f 'tho committee
is said to lie In nwff'jif- tho bill; which; If
it becomos a law, will rcmovo all dlsablll-
iicijCMoi iio.ul imported ,by,Uioj Fotur
teeqtli VimjiujriuJ tj ttu'. jMIlultiar
tic eweut 1io.ul Imported ,by,tbo, Four
forters sub-commlttee, which has In
"hargo thr two' objects of prov'ldlrig mow
'mpW protection to JMptW S& i!f
qoutii, and reiloving persons appoli
tiillce stho caiino ,tale,jhe lrv.ricla4 'eh,
made no report and was glvon an1 eaten-
shin till nest 'Tuesday. Porlor Is prepar-liignTaTcfntTepOTroa-theTomoTs"ubJecl.
If tho full committee isgrecs to an entire
repeal of the lost oathj thoro will bo no oc
casion fit lie-n'oriori ef"tne idb.cjmmftoo
on the second subject roforrod.
60UTUEK.N MILITARY UKAt)QUA.TJtS.
Ry dirsetlon of tho President, tho head
quarters' of tho Department of the. South 1
transferred, from Atlanta, Ga., to Louis-'
vllle, Ky., the lattor being thy headijuar
ters of Gonqrnl Hitllook. '
TRANSl'-OItTATIOff OF TltEASV'HE.
A deputation of treasury clerks has Just
returned from Sunu Fee, having suporin-
1871::
tcsdedtho transportation thither of half a
million dollars' on public account. It was
enclosed in fourtHght Iron safes, and con
veyed from the tormlnuj of railway com
munication In fwagons, under mlllltary
escort,'Occupying two weeks in transit
; a - i
iSTThoy had high times at Vernillcs
Upon tho assumption of tho Imperial
crown DKIng William. Thcro was no
end to the good cheer thst prevailed ; bar
tois'df Plef, D'annals & Co.'s cream ale
wcroion tap.in all directions. William
declared that "though ho had always con
sidered the cream alo delicious, it really
did ,envbett?r?,to;day than over,"
which uismarK winiieu Knowingly, nuo
Von Mollke "smiled audibly.
tS?Thoro aro rutriors that a portion of
tho Springfield find Illinois Southwestern
roads, between Shawnectown nad Kdgo
wood, Is to bqolilto the .llllnpins CvntntJ
company.
KVA ' remonitrahco ' against' fcmnlo
ulfrsge, sfgncAfby 422 femalo students of
tho Illinois Untversltv, has been for
warded to Washington.
ajStVUnll Hamilton charges that as a rule
women do whatever work they havotodo
badly, and don'$ kccp'tholr engagements.
TnsfoitM Of wind and snow that swept
over tho North, tho beginning of tho week,
caused much lufferlpg In'Northorh cities,
Interfered' with telcgrtghlo communica
tion nnu delayed railroad travel.
Axna Dickinson offers to deliver her
leeturn nn .'.luannn D'Arn " tli nrnriwW
of M (affair to' to gito to suffering
Jfrance.
Er.iZAiir.Tii Cauv Stanton lectured in
Chicago' on Wednesday night on ' Mar-
rlago aod Dlvorco." , , f
California farmers aro planting their
spring wheat.
Let Me (Sleep.
"Let ma sleet)." said mv comnanlon. half I
tKiltlihlv iurnlnir from my touch. "Let
me sleep." Tho words haunted mo fori
hours afterward. How often has the wish
boon breathed in this weary world "Oh,
let mo sleep."
Tho man whoso conselonco lashes him
for.mUdeede eil coatnitted and unro-
ncntod. cries, as ho drons his head into his
thorny pillow "Let rhe sleep. With slccn
comes oblivion." The mourner who has
seen some bright and beautiful ono fade
from his ombrace, llko a summer flower,
nipped by a too early frost, bows his head
above the pallid face of' tho prostrate
form below him, and sighs i tho agony of
l..a4XBwii.u.-BmtlaalwllBnerurlpmn!!
my footiteps more." "Lot me sleep," says
mo trareior, mco, looifyre ana weary, uas
tolled long in the world, Taud sees hopes
perrsh'tinfulUlled, Joys wither ero they aro
tasted, fijendjhlp, wiich he thmight
onuurlng, piianging nilu iikq caamelions,
anu rainnow. promises, jauing una melting
Into colorless air "Oh I let mo sleep, for I
am weary.'
The rosy checked child, tbo bright eyed
maiden, the thoughtful matron, those for
wnom lite nuu on its unest aspect, its most
enuearini; smiles, all liars periods In wh ch
they, long for sluep, for the oblivion of all
canvlKHir In which the water of Lethe
may flow darkly and deeply over them.
There comethaaleeii unto all sleep
deep, hushed and breaililc, Tho roar of
cannon, tho deep-loiied thunderbolt, tbo
shock of an arthniiako, or tho ruh often
thousand armies cannot break up the still
rcpue" (Wlth'inuto lips und folded arms,
one? 'utter itnotheV; tho ephe'tnfcrs of earth
sink down Inte'dnrkriets ami 'nothlngneM
.No intrudsng footstep mail jar upon tint
rest,-no di,(urbing tyuoh ihallvring from
them the csfclamation, "Let me sjcop."
Autliult- of I'ulill.
The solemn rending of the law of Mose
to tho populace of JeruisUim uiuat have
been anlmpresslvo service, when "Kara
the scribe stood, upon ri, Pulpit of wood
which thoy had made jbr tho mirpose."
As to its contlguriitiotiVon.ro not in formed,
though it musthuyu beeniispiu-ious, rnUtrd
platform If tliets persons nanutl on one
side of K.ra and the seven on thu other
were uUv upon it. intone pulpits existed
liiaomu cathedrals, churches and monastic
refectories, and ono of iron Is staled to bo
in tho 'Galileo" at Durham. Entries al
Kxeter, 1.11 8. Do, relate to mnler!als;n'o la
HulpytU,'' but that wns a distinct bdlld
lug on thu north sjtjo of thd church, tor
lectures nnd'peTrrious. -Capitals rind bases
ror ino amoos at westuiiuier wuro paid
for lit li'Sl. Preaching appears to havo
been a part of religious services from tho
earliest aitos of thOVhuroh j'tind th ser
mons were comiioiily delivered in tho
ciiaucol u trout 01.1110 alter. At, a "later,
.lime they were addressed from the umbo,
or roadlug-tlesk, in the uave,an Innovation
il-i Igtitd tolChrysostom ntCoustaiitiuople
In some churches tho preacher ued to sit
und the congregation to stand, and goner
ully'tho leeturo was moro of tho ostein.
txire kind than now prevails. Tho onlerlr
coaduet'efa' modem' edngrcgatloii arises
'rom tho. 'I'JPljoeflC ages, Wing suV.
ceeded, by gradual procsss, habits of com.
paratlvoly little decorum, and tho open ex
pression of opinion on tho merits of tho
iireacnersuiscourso. Xhorarltvof wooden
pulpits of earlier ffW than tho Reform-
niiuu, is uu uuiiuv principally attriuuieu
10 tne sweeiunc: Clearance or ciiurcn t-
tlngs-pursuaatof thatsvent, Just as with
'altars, and roods, and screens. Yet thov,
one-'aiVd'ull, s5r9 met with lii modern' Papitl
v.iiuiviiu, nnerv 1110 (irescnee 01 vitiiercaii
scarcely bo duo to tho Ueformation.
.A Chlcaco literary man. in answer
to a correspondent who had sollcitod his
autograph, , la said. to have answered thus
modestjy: "I gladly comply with your re
quest, a tt always gives mopleasiiro to
rendor favors to those capable of appre
ciating true genius, Tho tlmo Is not far
distant when to possess my autograph
will be deemed a raro plecu of good lor
tuno, Stjll I send It willingly, for I
belleroyott cannot fail to bo impressed
by so great a kindness." I
ONLY
Dr. RICHA.U'S
Golden Remedies.
t' th only, anil eTlr!ie. Il.am.
Mon.j. Sl.000 ItEWAItl) for an? .n.',"
In an attaa which (her fill to car. '
1. nil iiAli'H llOIJIKS nst
HAMS, .No.. 1 h 3, r ,
urtunl alti-rilTM known.
Dr. ItlCIIAU'M (HIMir.K
KM XI It D'A II Of It I, t
(ircatt.t Tonlo nn l A,lrlDrnt
In th Mwllesl l.lit In. HI.
tll.M'.S tiOI.Ilf.N jt.VIi'DOTU
li th nnlr n hl...! ilmrrhe.
TliKf Irac-llc ro not wlrcrdtcil v C nro ll
CmiiUlnU, an.l tjneOl nmn . Irjt ara rirtitl
to 'licet a Ilallcil ami Hp'"ljr Cur, In all f'ci for
whicn tn,y are remmranici. wucn uu o her treiit'
mnt ha, tailed. Teni nf lliomamn y itiy rw i
at 'lLr
i racun.r. y
TlJl. ( ALY UULDhiN
. BAtHAM, .So. I,
ca L'lccr,, Clrntcl
h. Hor I'.rei. Catinp.
on, rruplSin., CoprKjolorcd Illotrhrf, Surrni-.s
Ttor, Altrratlra ntfi Illno'l Purifier known, rc
moTra all m-rcurX (rorn tlis sritcin, and Icarcs
th,wd pure a.
fl hMllhr.
CIIAU'S OOLDEX
, No. 2. cri Hrrcitrltl Affce.
JL IIAt.!
Uon,Ithenciitlm In all It, form, and
Wet lrani,'irl rrtlcf In all c-i.
Prlci of Xltticr No. 1 or V, fl v.t b.tat, or lw
ft III1. 11.11 J IIUIJI'IJ.I
A.N'TIIiOIK. a rillcal caro f ir all urlnarr
urri
D'L
drran'! Mi, I'rlf f 3 ptr talll.
MC A T S (iOL ) N
.IXIIt liAMot'lt. a radical cm f,r
Xcrruai nr (;.U'ral Ilili.y. In old .r
jounj i lta.t rlliik tfttgy with wonderful tCret.
I'rlre tJ r toitl-. it tu fur I J.
On receipt of prl.'o. Mine rnM!, will li.
Mppl ti nnj plic. i'rnmpt ni'cntlm paid to
all corritihilfiil-. None irnnitio wliliont tin
nam' of "Hit. ItH IIA1 S lol.Iil..V lltilllllill.H,
li. II. IlICII.S llli.-t. ..! l'ruprUlur," blown la
MI of l iUU.
Circular, icut. fride tuppllcl at a liberal
dlicotmt. a) '
AdJrns, IHl. II. II. niCIIAItnS, Varlck
EtrceU N.w York.
"llUSldrulT..,:!
I ouy "ill inert Willi no Io-k.
c: i. 3. D023r:;S,
430 Nortlt liloluli St., Plillmln."
Dobbins DM
Vegetable
A color ntid dressing that will
not burn tho llilir or illjliro tllO
llflo,?
It doca not produce tt color
mcchniiicaWy, tin tho poisonovi!!
prcimrationa do.
It gradually restores tho hau
, -t, nr5,f;iml enlor mid hmtro
10 113 Nglnl color ium '"Sirt,
by supplying HOW life SUld Vigor,
t. -,,, t,,.. ,,: ..Pnvli
" Cftuacd ft hl.Minailt grOtll
of 80ft, fillO hair.
Tho llOSt fUlll Safest ttrticlO
oyer offered.
Olcau and Pure. No sediment.
Sold everywhere.
ASK FOR DOBWNS.
WRxmvs
tMIe Remedy.
YVariifrai ltnriiv hi ntrriritf lltl
fn t ever in nn cmi to cm the v?rr wnriitca
Ia Is Ii.l 111 . 1 , i.i.. ifl . - s.
it iniiiti, ll'-Sllllef sir IMIT'llflkl I 111 1 1 iiunr w itw
r.Mtrticrt honM immr lmtrly ruil nn their ilmc
l-t HtiJ Ai;.rk Vmt Kemept. It N txprfly
othfr iliA(9 It li t'urt'.iiiutiy rne of o.ir
n'l sin' i iidk. iiiiij isi mil rif-iiiiiiiirnii(si in iiirsi 1 v
hr tIriiKflt -ver wJirre.
iniriV Vur4 Mldlislin. l'ritstln ItAllnr. V .rss.sla
SawavaaejteawjrjHpcaVSBiW
Warner' lt.vapiatn Timle lo-rpr-nred
xiirelv f r IHin I Hi -n ' 'uiijuith
hauillMl -ntvem- H n t ' i' iis
toilH-nt! I pleu'll'lnf" ' r , hn
atunim li an I rp'tnrr t . ' l of
llH'lr IMMllV kt ll". Wl ., m 'V . rtl t -1 i -I !?
persnii, l..iuhl mo WaKirn I i i i k 1 MC
i-Tn-mie i'y iiriifi;',i rr 1 I ir
an i saw i 111 vi'zzzsEzzzsm
Wurut-r'a I'liiiirli lnl4iu t, h. .il.na. soil
litlli ullil .'Hi. t.ii.11 ii' Tl.. i l r ..iiiiju.irk- iuiu
tT 11 M.epv hi iiiiiiiihIi iteli ri l way ..nil "li
te iltj iirinir. fi.iii f.l.i ini.. ..,., ..f C' lulin,
I . .-. r-iire Tli"ul, lltr.tiv-l.it,. Intl.iouu, t'.uir
rali,tl"iri ni'k. ASIhina Slid tVn-uinption hI-
iiii.-i ir.i-rriiii'HT ri. Tipiniii i ine ri-u. I iiii-i "r
I. nil II. i Iti. U in ill tl.e ul. c . ri.) ult.-
tionnf tho I tiro it and linu-. tint thiii.nti t-nl
ply.lnlsnar daily Tf"rii iii ir, bimI one hiiiIaII
i tlmt t i tho ni'wt hi'U'iu un lnti I. r i4
int'ilii'iiie knuvrti. hiiii iliii'. ilw j ii if. i r. I reltrf,
and In I ni'i.t t-i-.w , n .- I tl rl'e-. ueiire.
Mild by ilrn.'.n'-'. in 1 rr- l-t: I'riee Onti
Ik'llnr. It In rniirovin fnilll if )u rtillcniixli unit
cialiT Tho lliiln.iiii h mI i uu
"VArliu; f Tat.
Tim flr':it lUniiil I'liiifuT and Ifcln h.ik Ir.nt
tVavnrr'e Tluiim Villi1, r SVIuo nC l.tfo
l free Iriini mi . .moiiiiiu ilrnor iiapnrilieK
ImluK pri'iure I lor Ilium who require a i-l.iiiiil.iiit.
It In anpli'iulid u'-tiiiir, iiml tunie, and tlmlin
ei tli nx tniliH unrld f..r i.tinlj 'iif tin- Hood.
It ia Iho inn. I pleamint mid ili'lii'inn. iiilu ln ever
uttcriMl In th pablio, far .alienor to htun I) ,
liiky, ulne, bittert, nraay otlieriirtiele. It i
Inure litallliy, i.U'l eli.in r. Ilmh iinle htid
tcnuile,) initio mid old, ran tulie itin Wine id l.iTe.
111., in luet. iilitu preserver. Thine ll-l w ih lo
eiyny t'.nid ll.'nltll ii. u freo Unit nf lively anirlt
tliutd tulio llni Wine v( Life. It w dltteren
rem any iIiiiik ever befoie Inline. It id nil.l l.y
driiKKl
ti
I'rice Umi liollnr. In qtisrl Imltleii:
lyfl
JaSiiimuiiii'o-iie.
tVai
VVarnrr'n r.iiiineiinifoifiie is the only artl
elo liliUHii to urn
inre tlm hite, lit will euro in
etery c-a.e,) Where la tho laiiilly in wlileli Ihln
iuilmrtaiit nieiiieliin it not molted Mother', thin
im ihti cri-aict i-lfiiii( vwr otifrtM juii.nua )o.i
.Imiilil iiiinii'ili'it..tv iiroellre It. It 1, (l,ti it ,ura
elite lor Ketn.il Irrejjularitle, mid insy Im ile
denilril upon III etery cui where the monthly
now la been iibitriu-ted IhroiiBh eold ordineaae.
Sold by dminfui. I'rieel'ne liollir. Orenlby
null uu receipt of One Hollar mid a ijn.irlor.
For Hal by IIUK'I.AY 11IHW.. V O.HCIIJ'
11 K V7ITVii:it, andH J UL'MJI, lJiw.HI.
. r u. " " .
apu.vuy
ssseauBSHimsa
jgMIGUAIVT
TICKETS FOR SALE
I'AltK from reniool. Indonderry,
OlitaRow o Qneenatown to Citlro
ao.
iatrord, MorrU tHutlee, Act
DAILY TAPER IN EGYPT.
S
DEALER IN
BOAT STORES
GEOGEBIES.
sin
Provision
110 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Xlltiaolaa.
CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMEN r.S.
J at E CJHINULD
FOUNDRY
MACHINE SHOP
STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet Iron fork
No. 218 East Poarl Strcsit,
CINCINNATI, OHIO
JjVVrAIILINIir.D 1800
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
SAPOIiIO
Tne tircriorllv nf tms ricllnt nrnAratiori
ovoranynllier article oser nlTril tothe publte
na w-ru uemontiraiixi uy in wonaertut popular
Ity II li.i, ittuinnl nltlilnlno brlvfrcar ainco tl
ua,llrt mamifictiiri-d. Notice, than
Ono Million Housokeopors
lo.day mini; Hapollo In tins ami othireoun
, ani tlio ili-iiuiul I, raplJtjr Increiuii g.
Hi brick, rot lea etosss, acldasssl ijres
ouo longer a ntcrxltjr In tho liouseholi1, sloe
olio due, Iho work of eacn and ell Iheje.aeit
tli lar lea labor and eiptnie.
ftin following area few of the special ties t
wnicli tsapolio ia admirably adapted 1
tLliA.1 WIXBOfflt-WitnoatwoUlai simU
nr ,oi Ihk tlie tMlot. Takes eetcIoU,Bol
'tripping, ruli It orer tbe rake ol ttei 0U0
tint it it 1. entered with a creamy lather, and
then lulnkly o,rr tht pane ol glaee saa
oil and iK)llh with dry cloth or ohassoia Te
remote varni.li or dried paint will require a
.itUa extra rubblDg.
0 CI.KIX KJ(IVi:S-lJ. tour dirh-eloth. rnbi
ontlie bapnlln. and then ranldlr oTerlbe
Unite.. Ttiin will mm a brilliant and dure-
bio pollh, withuut acratcliing.
POLISH TIN. HIIIK, aid other lallaary
Artlflu liulittm damp cloth ontbe rake
of HtN)lio until well covereS, and tbi a
quickly over the aurlaee or the utensil. It
mil prmlucs aluitre equal If ootsuperiorto
to the new.
TU CLI.tX I'AI.NT AND HOOD-WOBK-U.e Sa
I Kill n a above i do not rub too hard, au J
rin.' wild el. mi In clean water.
Kilt Illll'St: CLKAMMI-fapclln leoftne cieal
i.t valito In lb" asrini; of time, labor aud
Hie we.ir of tlie nrlloli-- cleaa-vd. Try It
nieoniiil you will never bo without It.
Kill ItASIIIMJ DIMIIKS, llath Tafaa, rioorm,
I able., rlc Whero aoiipwaa formerly ui.J
n'nl,n I. Inrklutble; and enco ti,d,wiU
lifter be il.ienaed with.
KKMUVES STAIN FROM Jf.lKDLK
IN THK IIOI'sK for all purpote, (eieepl ,h.
uiit intlie), tln .iruelv la couteulenl
iihiiii'.'hI mid relialile,
IN 1 UK stuili; Kor poihltnr iiralea, meaaiirea
iin. bra iirrniiiier). knltee. ,besri. olo.
IN fill .Nlllir v,r eleaninjr. pollaliinif aad re
iiioviii; Kiiuiii,oll,etc., from machinery and
tool,.
Ntr llC'lKKIt'K-of the .uon. dential, clr
enirmeer, punter and rnuraver.
N A Mi I'l.At l.s where a elran.ing and Hliih.
iniwti nt, at once itlecilve, rcuiuimlealand
li.itlnle,,, l required, our fH.(ilo, will
prnte ii, Kreat auporloilly over all etber
Kill II t.MI U tslll.MI-XaPollol.,1 what every
iniiiier, pouter, iibotnuraiihrror maohialat
iin-iniirr,.
lined,. It quiokly reiuovei) acul,, paint.
.iik und other ktaint from ibe hanii,. whlah
n:ti will in t toi.cli. It .olleni the handa
mid leaves them moolh and white.
I'ltU'i: a few rent,.
.Ul.l) II V your Kroeura and ilriiKK'stS
WhoU.sle IVpol.,
Jll tVii.lilnBlon, St., and SO Oiferd at.
New Yolk. I.nn.lou.
rinrOileniism
im mi
QCr.VAIll)
TSi1 Line
M IMS II I VH I.ritve VVeeUly rrdsilfesr
York, l.lvetpiiol nmlueanil4'ki.
Kor pitnaiue apply to CIIA T. JUWOE,
Aaent.
Coal Oil!
IVini: STANDARD, la prlaw
Cooperage.
u
0
3
I.INSI.r.ll OIL, Raw and UolK
O 2
ou, - r-
lOJ 0
WlUTi: LEAD, nud Colors.
WINDOW OLASS, BRUSHES, '
j f,
Etc., Etc.,
Etc;
AT
HANDBILLS, CIRCULAR8
And all kind.
I.KUAI, AlsUM-gWIAI.
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