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BY JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS FEBRUARY 4, 1871.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
91
LUMBER.
W.
W. 1 HOIsNTO.V,
.DEAf.Ell iN,
BLINDS
WINDOW CtXAJUi
SHINGLES
LATH AND LUMBER
. .OFfiCR. ON-...
TENTH STREET
Between Commercial and Wash
Ington Avenues,
AIUO, IliMNOIM.
AitetilM for RHk River Puper
laapaai'i Nkcatklatg Felt m4
(jtunrtz Cesnt,
II.W. Jelin'a Improved Hoof
In lwr on band.
(JAKE L. THO WAN,
I,frrrtKl o do all Mad !
PAINTING
.... ....
IN THE PERR?HOUSE.
COBHB COMXBCI AV AVEftl'C AVIS
K1SIITH NTHF.ET.
.ttUXI.VER.'.
rjlU THE LADIEN.
Cheap Store
! bow abundantly Of.iJ ilh
NEW G00OS
Tnhteh,h particular!) Intile. attention,
hhe ha jU.t recellrd a fu!l linn ot
Drnw TrlsamlBirs, Silk (Hasps, Silk
(saloon, Galpnre laces, host
i rimming, ua ana
Velvet Hattasx,
Crocket Rattens. Hash
and Trimming Velvet, Silk Gimps.
HATS and BONNETS,
Flue Eld (Hone,
Ladies and Childrens' Shoes
A a J full toil eomplet atock of
MIX MISERY
-ANII...
FANCY GOODS
All of which ane propoa to ll t
The Very Iewet( Cash l'rlcee
Hhalnruca the ladiea lo Call and " her new
Kh1 an J laarn the prk'tl.
Sh lUetrraine. lo m.intain herrUlintntne
honor of hiring "Die Cheap (jrr."
.MEDICAL.
M
AIXAKD'N
BITTERS
THE BENT
TONIC IN USE
KOB hALK IiY
E. F.MATNARD, Prop.
PITTHMVMU, PA.
ioi-otir
BOAT STOSSS.
gAM WILSON.
DEALER IN
BOAT STORES
GROCERIES, 1
..n..
t o tt l ail ona
110 OHIO LEVEE,
Ovlro, XlHxolsfi.
1UHINEN A It UN,
UIVI4 USADti,
ailXM UtBIHO,
I.1CTTKB MBAM.
DUflflS
AH
AELIDA Y IlItOTHEKM.
nKALVHI IN
FLOUR
14 Afnt of
OHIO IUVEK AM) KANAWHA
SALT COMPANIES
No. 70 OXZZO UBVIj
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
yyOOI) ItlTTEVIlOLNK
Hccciaa or Alma Co,,
FLOUR
ANI
General Commission Merchant
So. VVt, Ohio Levre,
novlltf CAIRO, ILL.
J. u
Mtthuat.
K. C. I'ht
VfATIUHN
p
4 Ih MM M 1 W.
.......AM
0-znZaTxin.vxj
Commission Merchants
132 Ohio LeTec,CAIUO,ILLIXOLS.
Hj!al :t.Dtlon xltra to tho pcrchaie and inle
FLOUH & G HA-IoST
fj ' PHII.LIN,
(Sufconorlo I'arkrrA I'Mllii.)
UBNKKAt.
COMMISSION
o...
T
An I D.aJer In
Flour, Meul, liny, Corn, (lata,
Iran.
Cor.lOtht. ckOhio Levee
CAIIIO, ILM5IOIN.
QA1IIO Ut:.EIATi
Railroad
AND
Steamboat
Ticket Agency
REI'Kr.sr-STINOTItr. FOLLOWING u.vm
Memphis & St. Louis Packet Co
l
(Mmpriain lh fallowing flr.t.rla.a I'Mnjfr
Mtamft"
llrlle JlcnnihU.
Belle St. Louis
Uraud Tower.
City of ClicMer,
TUK
Vicksburg Mail Line
CunirliiiKlhr
City of Alton.
Julia,
Marble City,
City of Vickslmnr,
iny;oi tiuro.
Kuril con.
TUB
at. Louis &. NewOr fians
lNicki-t Lino,
Olive ilruneh, Thompson I) run,
Molllo Able, l'aiillue Carroll,
(Jreat Itepnhllc, Hlrlimond,
(ontlnintal. I Commounrnltli.
Oexter,
itfeuipliiN Xuckct.s
Will l.tf on
1'iif stlarM, Tliursilarx, SatnrdavH aud
bnnuays.
YlckHbnrg lackctN,
Will Lcaro on
Wednesdays, Frldnrs mid Sundays.
Conorrilni; (lh lh Mobil ami Ohio Railroad
(it Col11p1l.ua, .Nu.hvillo nnl .N'orlhwralfru It.ill.
ruad at lllckman; with ihu Memphla ami Char.
Irainn. Mln.n.mul an.l Tunneaaro anil Miinnhia
and l.uul.nllo IUilroa.1 at Mt'inphl., und Hilh the
Ht. Krnnei., Whiio nd Arkan.aa tm r catkela at
the ine place. T1.0
lckMbiira PnokclM
Will mkeconnecliona. alio, with the Arkaniaa
rirtr luoki-ls at Napoleon: with Southern Hall.
Xcw Orlcuna Pttt'kclH,
Jtaklci all way Undingi, drpart tri-werkly.
One of the Above Steamers w ill
Leave Cairo for St. Louis Daily
Connecting there with alltlm lUllroada runnloi
outo' ft' ''0il. n4 with the Mlaiouri rlier and
upper MiMiaalppl packet.
CI1 A. U. KYI.K, Ticket Agc't
nI.'lPl,'l. .
Oil J. X, Plillllu.. Mammoth whairnxtat
Where through iiikeu may bo procured for all
point Et. Weal, florth and South, reached by
th00T line or through connection made by
them. '
, y,,LI'?s UK A JIT,
General Ticket Agent, Ht. Loul,, Mo.
Not. Sf.lSTO-dtf
QUNAHD
MallLine
KilHI PM Leave Wkly rronHsw
York, lalversMiol neluutou,
Kr pgspplr CHAS T, HINOE,
' Agent,
XT
XJL
hmhr
FORWARDING COMMISSION
ulUttn.
SATURDAY.
Tuk executors of Hon. Thad. Ste
vens, at Lancaster, having refuaed to-
filo the inyentory which the law re
quire, although two years have elapsed
since his decease, the case is now heisg
considered before the Orphan's Court
of that county. Nearly the whale af
his estate is in the hands of his tec-
tort, nm'ttng' certain connnjOTCfCT
not likely to occur soon, and their
range conduct in refusing to obey
the law occasions must comment.
lion. E. Amen, president oi the First
National Hank nt Ottawa, Illinois,
died suddenly on the 80th hist. Mr.
Amen attended church Sunday evening,
as well ;ih usual, uu tuc inoruimr ot
the HOth, on hn way to huMncsH, he
was suddenly attacked by a pain in hid
siilc, mid fearing
it might prove ce
to lita home again.
nou. lie returned
On reaching home
was taken witli a fit
hour.
ho fat down aud
and expired in an
I . tt 1 ... I! l 15
a ' asmiigiou rauicat uippauu fajs;
"I'nniimcnt Miuouri republicans here
carry that Mate for the republican can
didatc iu 187J." The Ohio titatts.
man ays : "This is the veriest gamon
They don't believe any Mich thiug. If
they do, prominent Miouri republi
cans aro greater munyhammcrs than
we had supposed. MWiouri hereafter
will be 0 strongly democratic n. to
make the heads of all such pimpletons
dizzy with amazement
The indomitable Mr. Gaines, of
New Orleans, has been ucd by her
lawyers for fees amounting to 8127,
000. She was in court ouc day last
week, and is thus eketehed by tho
1'irayunr ".She wa dre.cd iu
huiidaomc green rilk, over which she
wore an elegant velvet cloak, fringed
with bluck lace. A profusion of
blonde curls were caught up aud be
comingly arranged underneath n jaunty
velvet hat, decorated with a heavy green
feather of the exact idiade of the dress
and glnvc.i
i Hi: number 27 hcems to be u iortu
natc one for the Herman armies. On
the 27th of September Strasbourg capit
ulated. On the 27th of October Mctz
surrendered. On the 27th of Xovcm
bcr the I'msMtius achieved important
victories over the Army of the Loire,
and the (Jaribaldiati forcos iu the l)e
lartineut of the Vo-L'es. On the 27th
of December commenced thu bombard
meut of Mont Avrou, tho firft of the
l'ari'ian lorls haileil, and which soon
yielded to tho enemy. And now comes
the intelligence that on tho 27th of
January the terms of the capitulation
of l'i,ris w,ro nl p.
I'meiu: are 11,817 Cliiuc-e iu San
rranciiico, ns thu tensu.s returns nhow,
aud of thcao ull can read aud write.
There nre only nine native Americans
who cannot read or write. There aro
French anil (icriuuns in that cate
gory. I lie irii-li population snows
(ijSS.'i who can neither read nor write,
u snl commentary 011 the results ot nii.s-
vcrninent ; while the report of the
heathen Chinee" chows what the thor-
1 organization of tho Central Flow
ery hand does for tho people who thero
do dwell. The education of tho Chi
nese also accounts for thu MtceesS which
attends them.
A WiUTKii to tho 1i (Mllornian,
from Sau Ueruardiiio, tells of tho recent
finding by uu intrepid party of ex
ploits of tho "Desert Ship," tho
story of which has been re
garded only as an Iudian legend.
Tho ship was found in the exact local
ity described by tho Indians, ucar Cav
ason) Lake, (a black, gloomy marsh,
called a lake for couveuienco,) iu tho
great gaudy waste known as tho Color
ado Desert, and is described by the ex
plorers very minutely. And now, tho
question arises, how camo the ship
thero, iu the middlo of that vast wasto
of sand, thousands of miles inland from
any of the great sea or lako basins of tho
continent. Was Colorado Desert onco
au inland sea? and if so, whou ?
Qovornor (Jewry, of Ponnnt'lvanla, win
tho Uu Alcalde of San Krnnclaco, In 1850,
and it flrt Mayor.
8H 1
TEE EXILED rEITUM.
The sterner Rmii arrived In ew
York, last Friday, karias on board
nino exiled Fenians. From the Stan
dard, we take the JtlWag eaaeern
ing them :
QUaKAL THOMAS FBAJCCIS DBAXB.
'Thlitsoae of tfte mwt.araialaent of
tbe martyr nsttriote; ana taa BiMtrmN
of the Fenian leaders. Me If. weteHere.
an American citlaast, aad was thejehfef ot-
ganiterof tie district or sasaaassan
INM1 vatak heaaai all .Coeeles
Kew York, Wcstahestar, Klnjrt, (Juasnt.
Suffolk tSinmAmMA,uS. Y.,aad the
coaaiy of Jbrfeesv If. J. Me went
talreha4.aa4 waa, laajaiatiil a
MtSiaM UMtM af nflSfllT,
t Ballyhunt Fort, wbers bs was defeated
and captured. Ho was tried for high
treason aad ten tenoed to death by hanging,
and to be drawn and quartered the same
sontanco ai was ilxty-flve years ago,
awarded to the patriot Robert Emmet, but
on thu petition of tho Fellows of Trinity
College bU sentence was commuted to
penal torrltude for life. Re Is a tall, fine
look! rig man of intoltactual appearance,
and hit education is evidently of a Tory
superior character. v
CAFTAIK JortX U'CAFflRTT
win born in Sanduikr, Ohio. lie wont
to Ireland In Sopteraber, 1865, and was
nrrtMted on board tho iteamer City of
Limerick nt Qucennown. This wasjuit
after tbe icizuro of the Irish PtopU news
paper. Ho was tried, and there being no
act of tresnon proved again it him, ho was
acquitted and returned to America. He
lubiequcntly returned to Ireland and was
tried for being tho leader of tbe attack on
Clioitcr Cattle, found guilty of treasan and
lontencod to dunth. lie openly declares
hU right as an American to sympathise
with tho cauio of Ireland. It li itated
that ho had terved under Moiby in tho
Confodorate army.
THOMAS CLARK! LCBT
became associated with Lalor, Brennan
and Grcv and suffered a ihort Imprison
ment, llo then becamo editor of the
Irishman, and inbsoqucntly of tbe Irlih
Tribune in 1655. Ho vitited America in
18C3, and en hit return to Ireland connec
ted himiclf with tho organ of retolulion of
Duolln, tho Irith Ptoplt. llo was arretted
and trlod in Nowgato Court Houto, wbero
Itobort Km met had met bit fate, and re
ceived a icnttnce of twenty yeart imprrlon
mcnt. JOII.fo'LXARr.
wsiattudont In Queen't College, Cork,
and finlihed hit education In France. He
Joined the movement for tbe liberation of
Ireland In 1818. Ho was tried for bis con
nection with tho Irith Ptople, and 're-
cctveu a tevero sentence.
PERSONAL.
Forrest, the trade, it tlxty-olgbt.
The meanest cuts In tho universe lives
at Wheollng, West Virginia. Ho steals
crapo from the doort of mourning houses.
Sir Roderick Mutchison hat received
lottir from Africa giving positive Intel!!
gence of tho safety of Dr. Livingstone, tho
African explorer.
Gumbettn Is called a Coril.'an; but ha is
not. He is a descendent of a Genoese
family, at his name Implies, but was born
at Cahors, in tho south of Franco.
Funny Ellilor, tbo once famous dancer,
It not only stUl alive, butqulta vigorous In
health, and enjoys tho luxuries her large
fortuno yields her. She Is declared
regular sybarite.
Louis Napoleon Is known among tbe
workmen of the French capital to this day
as Boustrapa, from the initial syllables of
tho three citios Boulogne, Strasbourg,
and Paris which were tho scenes of his
first exploits.
"General Grant hit fine judgment," says
a HSlilngton letter, "in tbe taking care
of hit live stock,' How does it happen,
then, that ho kcop hit horses In the stable
and tho asses In the cabinet? Louisville
Cvuritr-Journal.
Gcorgo Tlcknor, tho venorablo author, it
lead, llo was bom in Boston, August 1,
1791. He was graduated at Dartmouth
college In 1607. Six yeart after ho was
admittod to tho bar, but subsequently
abandoned tho legal profession 11 ml do vo
ted himself exclusively to literature.
After eight years of labor he completed, In
188, his "History of Spanish Lltoraturo,"
published simultaneously In Now York
aud London In 1819, and recognlzod by
the most competent critics as tho most
completo work on tho subject. It has
been translated into the Spanish and Gcr
mun. Subsequently ho wroto a life of
Prcscott, tho historian, which was pub
lished in America and Kngland.
POLITICAL.
Tbe Leglsluturo of Virginia has elected
II. G. Davis, Democrat, of Piedmont,
United States Senator, to tucceod Senator
Wiley, by 31 majority.
For tbo first tlmo In ten yetrt Georgia
is again represented in tbo United States
Senato. Hon. Joshua Hill, who was the
last member of tho old Georgia delegation
to leave the' House, was first to eater the
Senato as a Sonator.
Tho public dobt statement shows the
total debt, principal and Interest, to be
$L,451,021,090; Coin In treasury, $99,
000,500; currency, $24,821,788. Debt
lest cash in treasury, Febuary 1,1871, V
328,020,807 i January 1871, f 232,068,793.
Decrease of debt during tbe psst month,
$4,040,086; decrease tinco March 1, 1870,
$110,301,070,
No event that hat transpired within the
last ton years has created to great a sen
tation in the Radical ranks at tbo election
of Gen, Frank Ulair to the United States
Senate. Ho appears to bo a kind of scare-
crow for every Radical scribbler In the
land, and whenever his namo Itsaesrtloncd
they duck their heads as though they ex
pecUd something. to "drap."
nKWs'rnM.
A portion of the Valley; RHrad, N. Y.,
now being Wilt, Js aaderjthe charge of a
woman contractor.
The Kew Torkers aro ilelghlog. 25,000
dollar horses aud flve-ln-band turnouts,
are not unusual spectacles on Harlem
Lane.
Forney has returned from tho manage
ment of hit Washington paper, and will
hereafter deroto htmiolf cxclunivel v to his
Philadelphia journal.
A Washington paper claims that thero
are really lieautlful women in Washing
ton than in any other city of the United
States.
The flrtt patoat issued by the United
States Patent offlee etUbllihed In 1780, was
to Samuel Hopkins, In July of that year,
for "pot and pearl ashct."
The cotton crop of Toxat it said to bo
immense, Tho half of It will go to watte,
unpicked on the flold.on account of scarcity
of labor.
At the approaching carnival in Wash
ington, a'stand of colon valued at f 1,000,
it to bo given to the regimont that excolt
In military appearance and discipline.
The award it to be made by a board
contltting of officers of the United States
army and of tho oonfodojato army.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Bret Harto't poems have been pub
lished.
Chrlstino -S'llison ttlll continues serious
ly ill at Cincinnati.
An Iowa couple wero married on tho
cart a fow days ago.
Christmas trcct wero lighted in all tho
campt and hospitals on Christmas ovo.
Within tho last half year, 2,113 school
houses navo been built In West Virginia.
St. Louis, without a dollar In her treas-
ury, it constructing puouc worKt to mo
valuo of $1,000,000.
An old gentleman and lady, living in
Canton, Ohio, have been married recently,
after bclqg dlvorcod for thlrty-nvo yeart.
FORNEY'S RECOLLECTIONS.
How II Had ai,OOa m Hint from
Dougas.
From Hi W,hlagtOD Chronicle.
Stephen A. Douglat died too soon, for
many reasons, anu cuicay uccauso, uau no
lived, he wodld bavo enjoyed tho npo till
fllment of munv of his nrcdlctlous and
labors, slut 1 began this sketch rather lo
relate an incident illustrative or nit tuna
nestt to hit friends than of hit extraordin
ary prescience in the matter of tho devel
opment of the public domain
Ho had. as I bavo said, tbe inspiration
of tho toil. To him I am indebted for
my first and only speculation the bettor
to be recollected becauso it was tuccettful.
And tbe incident it more interettim: bo
cause, lust now, the realon where I made
my money it tno point whence one of these
empire lines it going forth to peno
trato tho wilderness and to convert
it into a garden I mean the
North Pacific Railroad. I suspect that
tho clvilizcr and chrlstlanlzer, Jay Cooke,
who pioneers this mighty work. ws nearly
at poor a man as I wat when Stephen A.
Douelaa came to we one day In 1WJ, and
laid, looking up at tbe inapt "Howwould
yOU IIKO 10 UUy simro 111 ouyviwi vt,;,
Fond du Lac, the head of Lako Superior ?"
And before I could entwsr. he not on a
chair and told mo that from that point, or
nnar It. would start the createst railroad in
the world, except tho oneonthotblrty-tec-
ond parallel, Jutt turveyed by Captains
George II. McUIellon, John i'opo, and oth
ers, wniCU was 10 open up wiu ouuiu.
"But," I tald, "old fellow, I have no money,
and to buy a sharo in tho proposed loca
tion will require much." "No," ho replied,
"1 cun secure you ono for $3,600, and
vou can divide It with ," nam.
Int. nno at the best of the futuro Confed
erates, "and ha will bo greatly obliged."
I knew nothing or me location, nau nuvcr
been there, had no monoy of my own, but
I saw Judeo Douglos wat In oarnett, und
wantt-d to tervu me, and when bo left I
borrowod tho $2 500, bought a tharc, dl
vided it with tho Southern gontlemsn refer
red to, who honorably paid hit fl,i!50;
and after cuttlnc my tboro into tlvo parts.
sold and gave thrto-nftht to other friends,
nnd with my two-tlftlis bought tbe Waver
lv House. In Wathlncton. Tho proceeds
or my moiety of the share of Superior Cltv
realized '.21,000. For that I was indebt
ed to Stephen A. Douglat Uoa blest him!
I believe my Confederate friend has hold
on to hit interest, and I shall bo glad if
ho is as fortunate as I was. Duluth Is now
tho fashion, and I with it all success, bo
causa it cannot crow rich without reflect
ing some 01 Its weaitnupon Superior City,
ti near neiirnoor.
In I860, tne uepuuiicant 01 Pennsylva
nia bv a unanimous vote, nut me at tno
hoad of their doleeatlon to the llooublican
fiatienai convention, to voto ror uenerat
Grant at thoir candidate for Pretldont.
Tho flrtt thing I did, after getting to
Chicago, was to co out to look on the
mounment to Stephen A. Douglas, on the
tbore of Lake Michigan; the next to visit
the massive buildings of the Illinois Cen
tral Railroad Company, tbo enterprise
which ho alone carried through Congress.
Tho monument wat not coploto, but the
palatial edincct ot too raiiroau wore. 1
could not help It, but when I remembered
bow, In Parit aud London, jutt
the year before, I bad teen
tho Illlnolt Central tecuritlci quoted among
tho contelt of the oldest governments, and
that that road was enriching all connected
with it I say I could not help, as I
thought of tbosothlngt, drawing the con
trait between the vital and vlgorout cham-
plontbip of Douglst ot mo iupenuou
work, and tho ttudled neglect of his mem
ory by those who have profited by It.
After passing through the. magnificent do
pot and tho ndjacent building, I said to
an employe, "Who owns tbe mott ttock
In the Illinois Central ?'' "Indeed I do
not know, sir." wu hit reply. "Well, my
friend, I think tho mn who ought to own
the most of it and whono chlldron thould
be mort benefited by It was Stcphsn A.
Douglat." I think the man may bavo
heard of Douplai, but It was clear to me,
from his look, that ho thought 1 wm
a lunatic.
EJCAVCA.
What la life, and what are we
Only leave upon a tree
Oreen to-day, So-inorrow rej
Then wear no longer litre.
Othar., fair and brain a we,
Orew, of old, upon th tree,
Now they crumble In the mould
Willi thuir historic untold.
fo ,hall we ; It It our lot
Thus to ill and lo forrot
By and by tho tre will fall ;
OeeoWiratlon wall, for all.
MALE MAKE-UP.
ntartllutr Revalatlnn of Maieullne
ftapllelly.
SI.Iiul IWpuMlcan New Voik Letter.!
It it high time that somo inconoclcstic
eipoicr of fruiltics, follies and female
tlncry turn his or her attention to tho men.
Poor woman hut had her hands so full In
defonding her own ce, that men havo
enjoyed an imimunity from criticism they
don't descrvo.
Tho llttlo artifices of Tomato toilettes aro
resorted to only to plenso tho sterne, sex.
should win from them cnllant silence.
Wo all know how fond nn old bald
headed cuss always Is of n bald-headed
woman. 1110 out teiiow who nas a mil
sot of store teeth never savt it word, docs
he, about thoso tlx now gravestonei Miss
Penolopo Scrnnton got fti Inst sprlrg?
And thoso ho writers on the ovents of tno
period, they never givo tho world wholo
coltims about those mysterious articles
hung up in corset and hoop-ttoro windows?
Oh, no. ow I m going to havo a shy at
tbeso articles. 1 vobcen cutting mvsclfup
on tho subject of man's Imperfections nnd
tno uevtccs auopicd to conceal 1110
strongost shafts of carcatm and tho longest
flngors or scorn hrvo been used upon
tiicso aoovo montioneu store windows, ana
thero 1 been no end to tho talk about ladies'
Huffing, and "pads," and "palpitators,"
etc.
IS TUBUS XO ST Um. NO AIIUL'T A MAN?
Oh my listers, when you rest your heads
unon the manly bosoms of your futhurs,
and brother, and lororj. and husbands,
you feel llttlo bumps and hard things,
don't.'you? Do you tupposeit's their noblo
hcart'thrubs sending up thoir iternumt In
e-entlo kicks? Whun you throw your
arms about tbuir sturdy nccka, do you
think It's their clavicles that give such
rigidity to their stalwart forms? And
when they fade from your gaze, liko beau
tiful dreams, do you think thcro't nothing
but scapulas and vertebral colums to pro
duce those Imposing figures? Great Cmiarl
how Innocent you are. It's stuiling.
Abovo their manly bosoms they wear lots
of fat underclothes, n puffy, starched, self
sustaining "blled shirt, a well-padded
vest, and a coat, yes, twocoals, with layers
of buckram and wadding, and strips of
wbalebono stltcked in, and horso-hair
cloth sandwiched in between outside and
lining.
That Is not stuffing at all, is it? Thon
thoso tremendous shoulders, that seem a
tower of defense to the weak, llttlo op
pressed sisterhood. Get a needle a knitting-needle
and start out In search of tho
flexors and cxtonsor ot tnal good rigli
!ru.nmn l.l.n ull. ...?..
ni Mil liaifnPUM ((III, iruitw. ihivv.,
it is nil cotton. His little houldcr lives
away back under a sort 01 sued a tiniu
brof roof nn embankment.
There's an unatural calmness about the
fit of a man's coat on tho shoulder that
thould indicate to tho careless observer
tho actual stute of things. But it don't
OTiiKit nr.vicxH.
Then tlioro are lots of men who wear
corset. They mako 'em at sovoral stores
tor gentlcmcu opposed to public corpora
tions. Then mun often gut nasty littlo
mats m ado of hair, and stick 'em on with
glue where thoy havo bald snots, and have
to put their old hends to soak buforo they
can get 'em off. I vowl women nover re
sorted to such uncomfortable decoration
as that. We tie 011, and pin on all thu
false hnlr wo can carry; but wo novor did
slick on things with mucilage and glue.
Yeurs ago, when it win fnshlonnblo to
wenr our tresses spatted close to our bends
each particular hiiiramoolli mid straight
ai u poker some inventive man got up a
gruel of quince seeds culled "Bandoline.1'
But women voted tho sticky stulf an abom
ination, and wouldn't bo made elegant
through such uncomfortable ngents.
Nothing on earth smells as villiiuously
bad as the nltmto of silver dyes tho mo 11
luxuriate in. Do the fastidious creatures
revolt not they its "offenco is rnnk"
but it don't hinder 'cm from bathing once
a week their mustaches, whiskers, hair
aud eyebrows in the detestable liquids.
Advlru tu Vuuntr Men of llio Km),
I wish you could say to a hundred young
fellows situated as wo wero, and actually
losing energy, and originality, and
strength of eiiaracter, and capacity for
work in monotonous routines that pay
their board, thoir billiards, and their sum
mer's vacation, but demand nothing that
will give tho.n a wider gtasp of mun and
things ten years henco than they havo
now, I wish you could tay to them :
'Go west; begin as your means allow,
trado boott, plows, or dry goods; manu
facture or card wool ; culttvato grapes,
and make wine ; ttart a choeso or butter
dairy, or pack boof and pork; raise cattle,
mules and burses ; or breed sheep and pigs.
The end is certain, thouch tho way muy
teem long; the growth of the new country
...in r ............. it 4 1.. in. 1
will utvtj tmij jv. m' l w., ... w.
and New.
MaT- At the reception of the Cabinet
ladles in Washington this winter tlioro has
been no wine, tbe only provisions for
guests being chocolate or coffee, wine
waters, which aro very thin, hoiuu-mada
water crackers and cake. Wine it used
at tome nouses and bouillon or beef tea at
others, Salads or Ices aro rarely offered
during the day. Bouillon is also custom
ary at evening entertainments.
ii I.
jflrA boy and girl got onto a tralu
while it was runnlne at a sneod of forty
miles an hour. This astonishing feat took
pjaco the other day on tbo westward bound
train, from Columbus to Wheeling. The
mother Is doing well, and tho father wat
itonttnea oy teiograpn. mo pome con
victor dtad-htadvS tho little passengers.
bill of Indictment preferred
airnlnst
John Uunyan, author of "Tho
pTlgram's Progress, Ac,, was as follows :
"John uunyan nam aevinsniy ana
ncrniclouslr abstained from coming to
church, to hear dl vino service, common up
holder of several unlawful meetings and
conventicles to tho disturbance ana uis-
traction of tho good subjects of this king
dom, contrary to tno Jaws 01 our sovereign
ioru tno king, 'dtc, was convicioa, itnn
imprisoned twclvo years and six months.
PAIST8,ETC.
U R Parker B.F.Blake
pAUKEK Ac BLAKE.
Dealer in
WHITE LEAD. ZINC, OILS
Window Alius and Putty.
Uruahea, Wall Paper, Wladaw Sh
05 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo - - - - Illinos
CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS.
!: EGRKENWALD
FOUNDRY
MACHINE SHOP
STEAM ENBINFS, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet Iron Work
No. 24 S East Pearl Streat,
CINCINNATI, OHIO
yyM. EULEIttt,
rAsnioxABXK
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
TWENTIETH STBEET,
Between Washington Ave k Poplar S
Boot and grtixe Mad la Order. I'lssee
Workmen Kiaplejred.
Satisfaction Warranted
Patronage Solicited.
LIQUOKS.
F.
!tt. NTOCKFIiETII
(Successor to rohte a Btoekfttlb)
Rectlter and Whaltaale Dealer la Far
clgn aad Domestic
LIQUORS, WIHES, ETC.
78 Ohio Isevee,
CAIRO. - - - ILL.
He keepaon hinlconttaall;, a full stock of
Old Kentucky Bourbon, Rye aad Man.
onguhela Whiskies, French Bran
diet, Holland Gin. Ralne
and California Wines,
Un&vjir
7ALi:.TIE KEftCH'N
Family Grocery
Cor. 8th St. k Washington arc.,
Cairo, - - - Illinois
li nuprlliM with the freihett
Clrorerlr, CJrerrt and Dried aad Casta
lift! t'rull.
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Butler
Anleterrtlilni: el,e necled tor timitv Niiprlr
It 1. 111 ahurt una of thu het ato:keJ Ktoceriv la
Ilia citv.
A (-nntlntia:oof nubile ratronaie it retpeetlully
olloit.J. declliUm
COLLEGES.
IGII EDUCATION.
HELLMUTH COLLEGE
Hoard an. I Tuition per annum, tit.
, HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
Inauuuraird by It. till J'nuee Arinujr. "4
an! union per annniii. t . I'rrttiitnx. tn rr
II v.l.;Mlmuth,l. ft.. Dean of llureo ret
pttlculrpply to Major Ktsos, Loa.ltfa, Cauada
W'eet.
J CIEOHtiE STBI-VHOIJME
FAS1II0XADLE BARBER
Cor. 8th St. and Commercial av.,
IX THE PERRY HOUSE
harp Kir.Cln Towels all at 8 kit I.
aiat nua-aaaaicaa.
Ls.lfei'tiiJ Children' Hair Cut and 8hauipooad
eitber at tne ahopor
AT THEIK OWN HOMES.
fientlemen'a WhlakeraanJ Hair Dt4 la a di&
ttllo manner, aad sattfactioaguaraUd.
unuou
MEDICAL,
T
UE 11I8IDAL C1IAMIICB.
Eaaay for Tostag Mt
GREAT SOCIAL EVILS AND ABUSES
Which Intf rfrro with Marrlt, with tor maa
of r.llef for therrmuduu:rtunaU,dia4
an I debilitated. , .
bent iu aealed enreloptt, fro of charge.
Ad,lrr.a, llllWAItl) AMT UV AlDASSO
CI VT10.N, No. oulh Moth at., i'hlladwf hi.
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