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BY JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MARCH 11, 1871.
ONLY DAILY PATER IN EGYPT.
LATH AND LITKBIR
Iclween Commercial and Wash
Afutm fr Bck Miter Payer
CmpMiySkeMklaK Fell mmd
H.W. ' lMprYe4 Bof.
BOOT JSHD 8H0EH.
efW V "nf an""""""""""?)
gUX FLOWEK N A LOOS.'
P. FITZGERALD, Prop'r
Ohio Levee, bet. 4th aa) flth Hta.,
I alwaye (applied with the choi.eit Ltqtioracf
ilkinda and ir.llut Cim'i of esery fcraod.
are the Iwalln theclty C4II and at for
JOIIX HYLAlf DN HALOOJV
Mm itfilM with all made
0! COMMERCIAL A VEX UK
MtHi H(bU assd titaln Street,,
thirsty, whs lov rood liquor. shoulJ (It
Aim a call, andloo.e wbowanla
Caaoave their waata aapplied at hit UaT.
Freprielor of the
WUUN Salaea mU Bar Raan
THE DAYI8 VKRTIC'AL FEED
Tip Coinaletest, Shaplest and He
Hewing Micklie laUse.
tor. 8th St. "Washington Ave
Tha waraandfor tha DA VII HKW1NQ UACII
INN la lha AlUatlaHUU., wh.ra Uiey aro beat
kaowa. and wham they eupplant all other, la
greater than can La opplled.
.ItoeverfalUlnaoy kind of work. It Udmple,
consisting of a few alrong parti, and ita verticil,
faad eaaMe litu rua over .earn aoa' to tarn cor
an without chanaa of atlteh or tension.
Clothlnf and filove manufacturara prefer It to
all other., and that It I Just the thing for family
Mwlug everybody wil I ankiiowledga after nam
Me.sre. Ruder" have several aise and dtflerenl
tylee of flntah, and respectfully Invite all who:
IEST SEWING MACHINE
Manufactured to give thaiaa call before ptirohai.
log elica here,
Call aa N et a Clnrular.
rULItril'St - - Pr-frletor
ArcNaw lraruIl vrUo.
Mer. Fulton 8oaa ara prepared to lurnlah
all kluda of Klour of tha bH quailly, and alio
JlillKaad of aUkindi. Sraham nourj-toiaeka
vf IV'" ,,U?,Ur'' mtd fT ' infidU
Ttaaii KinairWarCHithefl Wrtaffars
Toilet arey Ceal .Mods, Fire
' "-"-Jtaaaracturor of
Tirii GoDDer.linoand Sheetlron
aaJat. aatlailaa mm
I sUl tUraaH
liiffMl Vtaaa sm Blsastaa. aaltea,
I II " ' ,
CVDTI U Mil 1 6
yllandlf;huui talk of connecting him-
elf with Tht Imlianapolit Sentinel a
principal political writer, and of taking
up fail permanent residence in the" Indian
A London Journal admits that Spurgcbn
cannot W compared to llecchcr In power,
grace, or spontaneity; that the secret of
tho furnior'sjrjcc'ei 1 lili carncstm-si,
Human golrnrhavo now discovered tlia
Victor Ktnanucl und l'rmco Humbert hnv
both become convert to .SpirHunllim
The king is developing rapidly Into
Tho Hon. William Williams, of "Now
York, and the Hon William WII1Im.ii, o
Indlanu, aro member of the new con
KreM. J.ittlo Trnuby lays, "where thur
.Will thorn a Wav. and Mean (Jom
Mr. ilrct lJartn. on his tint day In
Doiton, dined ulth tho .Saturday club,
where ha mot
nmoiiL' othort Jiil
dgtr.t Henry W. Longfellow, Jainei
KUMtl Lowell, Oliver Wendell Holme
Waldo Krnonon nnd Kichard H. D.ttiu, Jr.
It i itatcd that in Nautacliol, 'hore
Aygazrlr was once a college profioor, Le
1 montioncd ai tho dlitlngulihcd Ameri
can aavan. Though born In una it- rui
dent of Switzerland for nearly forty year
hli reputation hero luucautud hUnativity
Tho Impression of thoio who taw llio
queen when she opeiiod Parliament. .tin
February 9, was that the looked lorrpwful
and unwell. Hho waa surroucdod on the
occasion v the whole royal family, of
wbom tho rrlncco Loulie attracted tho
mo.t attaatiun., A correapondent dticrlbvt
the princess aa looking 'gentle and modest
and pretty,' ,
At th jresnt time there are no known
descendants of Columbus living. The urn
lly is extinct except In memory. Colum
bus had two sons, one of them .roio.to too
distinction of admiral; the other like his
rattier became a great traveler, Turning
America three times, and traversing tho
whole of Kurope, Asia and Africa. Ho
waa profound scholar, and at bU death
save his library of twenty thpurand vol-
umea to the cathedral of Savlllc, stipulat
ing that it should bo frw 10 tbo pcoplo,
and It Is to tilt day. -
Kafon Tlsa Prealdeul and '.
Ni'ioaly use Nrsrro-IIaiaca
Wasiiikuto.v, I). V., March 7, 1871.
T1IK AllJlH HNHKNT.
Tho universal opinion Is that Congress
will adjourn this week, although thero aro
several Interests desiring a prolongation
of the lonion. Tbo heads If departments
are clamoring for moro appropriations, as
tbey claim that thoso just passed aro not
sufficient, although tbo amount appropri
ated for 187-J is ?5,fioO,&.S,98 in excess of
tho current year, so tho secretaries want a
continuation of the session.
THVt KtMCLDX IUM.,
the eiuanatlon uf Ilutlor'a bruin, ha n
largo number of friends whodctlrotuhavo
it put through pro Congress adjourns and
they dosiro to prolong it. ltutler wanted
to read a number of Ku-klux letters from
South Carolina to-Uay to impn-M his
friends with tho nece.iity for legislation,
but ho was crowded down,
TUK KXDIPAl, nKVr.Nl't KKI OKUKItS
also want thososslon to goon, nnd aro try.
ing to persuade tbo Democrats toehangq
tb'eir'iotermlnatluti'to vMTtfor an oarly
aljournmuut, so as to bring In V 'JoInt
raiolutlon to ropoal tlio duty on coal
and salt. If tho Democrat xhould, by
.their vpto, prolong tlio session and repeal
tno uuty on coai aua aii, titeir iritjims tor
tbo nonce tho anti-high tarltf Radicals,
would most probably make a return of
gratitude by passing lien ltutler' Infamous
Ku Klux bill.
TUK PKKStDKKT IMJr.H NOP CAHK
the snap of his (Ingcr whether Congrois
goes or stays, so fur as hU pet project, tho
San Domingo scheme, Is. cor turned, us It
is now pretty woll ascertained that ho in
tends to capture tho prize by nniioxation,
and as ha haa completely won over tho
Radical Senators, with few exceptions, to
his desiro, through cajolsry or fear of his
power, ho will finish up his speculation by
cfljiriS the Sonato toget jior 7ut executiTQ
Vulincss. Tho steamer' Tonncsste, 'with
tno report ot tho commissioners all rtady
will, it is thought, reach horoinsldo often
days and this ljttlb huslBess jiviUibo'Bxcd
up much to tho satisfaction frjf all concerned
in the speculation. ,
Should. Speaker ninqo appoint
4 a' liroti'TAniwruAK ,
as 9halrman of tho committee of ways and;
means it will cause-a great' deal of ''dU-;
satisfaction, among tho western anti-high
Hr(ff Radicals who wero elected solely on
that issue.1 Tha reason for the Radical
in tha west discarding so many of their
old members, was from tho fact that they
invariably sold out tho interests of thoir
constituent In tho west and voted for tho
Intern ts. of the KewEngland monopolist.
Notwithstanding tho enthusiasm of the
KovonuS ltoformcri of tbo Radical Dr
suasion Just now, I expect to 'see them,
iko their predecessors, keeping ,atep to
tho music of their party, .which U high
tariff and monopolies. , t "3 5 D
Tho President has only appointed
o.s i: stuui)
(0 a position under th'iiewfUoTerniniitll.
Tha aegroea in.conicquanceare tip in araM
ami hold meetings nightly and denounco
the changing of the form of (lovorament
ns a conspiracy against them, and speak
of their ostracism this wiso: " Wa aro
a proncnUd peoplo, with a little, monarchy
in tho enpitoj bf the nation," and tho "Pres
ident has made u dovllish poor solectlon
on tlio hoard of public works. It is a
rich man's scheme to overthrow the, work-
clam." This is tho howl of negroes who
no longer fatten at the public crib and
who see through the " ring '' business.
Hut to look dnopur Into . the chango that
there is hero "a little inonurchyjn the cap-
itol ot the nation'' we mav find moro in
it than tho moro ebulltlon of angroffico
seckori. When I think of the imatiablo
ambition 4mt novor ceasing energy of tho
cold, stollll, one Mead nnd Impasslvb soldier
who sits in tho Presidential chair, I am
not Inclined ,lo disregard tho'warnlng of
ritANK niaiR " '
as to thy r'nM o'n lior.cbaok," und who
would, had hu full twlng to ,hls desires,
foon change the 'jlttlu monarchy ' Into a
larg? imp, Straws show how tho wind
blows," and tho ehargo made by "tlio out-
wiiieu necroc1, in conncciion wiwi oincr
olitlcnl strawi, Indicate tho likelihood of
Illatr's prophr-uy being attempted if nfit
"WANT A riNtltR IN TI1K V11C.
Tlio Radical mcmbeis the now ones-
crowded the Wlilto lioiui) and the Depart
ments and claimed tho dlsplnccment oftho
friends of their predecessors, und tho in
stallation of-thelrown friends. Tlilsrriuit
l done, or tho Radical party would go
to darn smash. These green ones will find
that an iron man, without hoarr, sou),
feeling or conscience rulos this country,
nd that hoglvos h!s;icadscT Departments
cnrt4 blanche In all matters which do
not run counter to hu schemes or plans
Tlio anger of an M. C. docs not rutflo the
serenity of heads of Departments. Rluster
will not work. A tt.cmbr of Congress la
A Ilia TUIKU AT HOME, '
to thoso who make Mm, und bis wife is the
envy of. all those who think, lby could
enact tho lady of the M. C. much more
gracefully, but when they got to ash-
ncton, whero every thing is valued by the
powor which Is held, they are so loit in the
crowd of notabtes that the pea-nut mer
chant oh tho corner only rogards them in
accordance with tho size of their purchase.
Thoie gents will lower their voices and
moderate their demands when thoy "leara
tho ropes, ' which will bo taught them very
10 profane, U hero In disguise, lie has
been masqueradlug in a suit of 'storo
clothos" and looks quite respectable, so
much so that scarcely any of his most In
mate friends recognized him. It la
stated that Cameron, aud Dixcy, proprie
tor! of tho new museum at Philadelphia,
oOered Iloraco 11,666 for his old clothe,
whlto hat, whito coat and boot', but ho de
clined, saying, ' ho did not wish to loe hit
Identity, by G-d."
Reapoaae So I'roSaat-IIle MVlc S
aba YvuMsxCasssaiiica or Asasarieai ,
Krom tlie tye York Herafd, eth.J "
Somt !tlmo ago there was published ex-
Unslvely in tbo Amorlcau papers and
t iroiiL'iiout iurone a protest urawn un ny
tho meiitleri of tho Alumni Sodality of
S . Frances Savior's College against tho ,
(lEaro of tho Pontifical territory. Till
odality embrace, son.., of tho mot Inth,-
ental voung Catholic of tlio continent.
It Is under tho direction oftho Rev. P. .F.
X. Delav, anil in tho ulty alonn has about
five buo'dred motpbers, all ,of whomthavo
graduated at soma of our college, and arr
engagod In various professions in Hip
higher walks of life. On this account thoy
wero looked upon by tho Fopo a a fir
repretcntativo und a mouthpiceo of tho
young'Catholic oftho IJpltod StaU;s,,and
tho Holy Father accordingly conferred a
special honor upon Ilium.
Vcsterday afternoon about four hundred
uiomhOK aiioniuioa in inu naii 01 vu uc-,
nut vunujj.-, y..........0
goon worn, muting 111 iui
tho enllghtoncd Catholics of our metropo
lis nnd its vlclnlty, when they woro agree
ably surprised by tho announcement that
tho'Supromo Pontill' had transmitted to
them a testimonial of his paternal regard
to them. .Father Detry, in introducing
tbo mutter, tpek occasion to, jsppnli a,bout
jiooie ipeab v ' . f
so commoqkjn this go, ,and country.
Whilo it is truo, hu continued, with much
power, thatwhativer,llberty-wo enJoyct
dav, and whatever civilization wo behold
around us, havo been prosorved and
handed down by the Catholio Church, it
is likewise, truo that tnero is no aucn uuiig
Divine, truth is immutable: th6rocanbo
fto compromlaa frith tha .achipga-pfttlio
liberal God. 'BubmlsslbnMb'the'dicreerof
Omnlpotanco ii th beet awl if uet liberty.
Young Catholics should b careful to.
guarq agkinsi tupio -auuiai jjuuiioinei
whioh disturb u. Wo ara bound to d
our part in guarding against those daagar
This, too, I tha tenor of tha august P01
tiirs letter. Hu knows tbo porils to which
wo are exposed; but we may sharo his
confldenco that tho present storm, too,
shall disappear, and that wo shall aeo the
Vicar of Christ on earth restored again to
hit rightful possessions.
The following lr. a translation of tho
brief: ; , "
To Kuoekk 1). Muktha. President, to
tbo committee and all tbo members of
tho Xavler Alumni" Sodality or ow
Hkloved Cnir.tnKJ Health and
apostolic benediction. Wo who che rials
with"taecJa4Move ftSaoclatleMas; aJathoUe
youthj aeoastM net fain gcaaboaaer a accept,
able and acreeablo to us amid tbo great
confusion of the ,tlmcirand tba inares of
Impious' irieri than'the VoutK partlculary
siiould, wancteaioumy in mo way or tno
Iord end Urmly'adhere to Cbristain dis
cipline, wo coo Id not, I say, belovrd chil
dren, read tha -noble declaration of your
sentiments expressed in your letter of tho
atlrday of December last, without' being
moved'toward you with especial icnttmcnta
nf Inrn Vnr loth vnnr lin.hnkon ile.
votlon toward us and this Apostolic See.
as you express it, altogether requires this
nf .w, ,as well -as the exalted
feelings,' of faith and' religion by
which yen express yoor, abhorronco of the
sacrilegious crimes commlttetl by tho enq
hiles' of truth .and Justlca against diir
rignu una tba rights or tho Apostolic "
Ith merltea reprooation tno impuus
i ii'ot tho tyrannical ,rulo of thoso who,
by wrmea forfa and by all" sorts of deceit
and fradd, have tntmplcd upon our civil
bower, and liberty. Jtut, beloved chil
dren, whntjCsp'.'cially gives us n great es
teem for your virtue and gainsour cspo
clal pralso is your eloquent declaration
that you and llv the members of your
sodality place your honor and glory ''In
upholding aiid'prcservlug firmly tho prin
cipals of religion nnd Justice which you
havd received by inheritance. This noblo
resolution, beloved children, keep faith
lully an'd sleadfutly ;fur; slnc'o tho foun
dation of social order and prosperity in
every forin'ofgov'crnmi'nt, but especially
in that which exists among you. are, to b'u
based ovldantly on' theie" prrnclples, you
know that the whole .tabilitv, happiness,
nd r te A ip u r rj
depend upon JliO sataa f.nnd that no othur
descrvQ bitter of It thau they whi strive
to prcsorvo and to promote reverently thu
lovo of juttlcp, pure morality nnd religion.
Wo pray (Jod to con firm and. strengthen
.with His grace your wills in these senti
ment, and that your example may pro
duco'abundatlt fruit; even to tbo advantago
of atherf. Finally, as a prestas; 'of all
Heavenly gift 1, and as apledgoof our ma
ternal kin'ovolence, receive, balortd chil
dren, the apostolic' benediction, which wo
very lovingly bestow on pach and ovary
ono of vou "
Given at Rome, at St. Peters, on tho 1st
day of February, In tho year IB" 1, the
twent filth year of our pontificate.
u llsk Salivas- Mlaa.
The rrn takeu from the silver wlno In a
little Islet near tho north ihoro of Lake
Superior is said to bo tho richest in the
knowhworld. Tlieoresmelledhas yielded
an averaco vf S1.7U0 currency Dor ton.
while thu riclioH mines in Jlmico do not
exceed $3.V) per ton. Silver Islet is the
name by which tho spot Is known. It Is
of a rounded, Irrecular shape, about twen
ty-flva yards In diameter, rising not moro
tnan four foot abovu thu level of tho lake
In still wcathor. W hen t)io lake is dis
turbed In rough weather, tho waves wash
Thero is' no vegetation on tho islet, and
to tho unscientific oyo It appears to bo
simply quartx rocks. Tho shaft ordrlftis,
of courso, partly below tho lovol of the
lake, and Is from eight to twolvo feet In
diameter. Nearly one hundred and 11 fly
tons have been rail 1) J and prepared forship
meat in joss than two months working oftho
mino; The molting furnaco ,ls 111 Kew
Jersey. Tho nssaycr oftho mlnl'ln Phila
delphia has reported tbo rc.ult of his ex
periment with tbo ore. It contains galena
with native silver. About twoirty-five per
cent, of it is metalic lead.
Thero is no gold, which in silver ore Is
an uncommon circumstance There is an
appreciable quantity of sulphur. Thoro is
neither antlmonv nor xinc. nor nnv incrc-
j dient that intorforos with tho ready fusion
or the metals. Nix specimens selected rrom
various part oftho shaft ara reportod by
tho assayer of .theiuint to havo yielded at
tho rato respectively per ton, of S13.000,
,000, 5 1 1 ,000, S.fiOO, $ 1 1 , 000, an d $ 1 7,'J00.
Tim asayer trulv characterir.es IhW U an
The Assllqullr ofJsaaiaa.
. -Wriain boo k iniorm usti.atpanuiesi
"i; tot I ...nination havo been en 1,
.on. cao it 1. Morit al ,,
CVrtaln book inform us that candle and
both are mentioned In tho lllblo; and. in-
duml, 4t ,1s, djfllcult to understand from
Scripture tiarratlvo yrhelher candle or
lamps aro Indicated, latnuA burning olive
oil being ordered to bo placed 011 candle
stick (Lov..XXIVj Pliny, referring to
rushes and llax, describes parts of them as
adupted for Jumps and, cnndlcwlcks. Al
though this author minutely describe tho
process of wax Munching, ho does not state
what materials wero used in his timo for
mauufac'ttir of caudle. Dotibtlet, how
ovor, both wax and tallow woro ucd bv
tho ancients for this tmnop; imleod,
A uUi twJ (orl fvftnjjM j,y thu
In'tho tniddlo ages wax cnillc. hf vari
ous Klzes wero made, mid It in ald in
moulds, though wax candles cannot now
bo, moulded, thoSvlcks being twisted tow.
At tho fommund rf King Alfred cliHdaiin
made, wax candles in auclt a manner that
time, was measured hy their burning; six
candles lighted In succssion burned
exaotly ; twuuty-four hours. Several ro
cords refer to tho'lrado of wax chandler
as early as tho sixteenth century. Tho
flnt description of rushlights saoms to bo
in White's Natural HUtory of Sclbnrr.u;
publi.Tied lis 1775." JiilgravTa.
t&'Slr. Farocsworlh, 11 Radical mem.
I.,,rf,f IVr.nJ.f.V, .I,.iu, Cam.
j aral HutlcwUlirhavinu .taken expeusivo
1 mirror frMU-tkiittkasurdepartment to
adorn his (Uutlor's) houie, ami tnat one of
mini unu ueilll liuasneo nwilliu 111 iiuni'i t
hibitaa isuPhiladalplila. They i la year
01 kae,.na waltaaa together uoauniuuy,
Sno aro twin sister. flosron Pott.
da and noynj. paid for., . . .
A MY8TEKY OF THE XATHAK .Mi:R.
DER CLEARED VP.
Circular from Hupcrlntendcnt
71a.s XtTaatlaaaaa. SkXuxrdtBX.
, York, March 8 The pollco aro
Very anxloas' to publish far and wtda tho
confidential letter containing tho portrait
of Hilly Forrester, addressed to nil chiefs
of pollco throughout tho country, offering
thorn $2,100 lor tho arrest und delivery
tho fellow, as he Is tho man who murdered
Nathan. Who confldontlal letter wa is
sued Fob. a 77 NV answer has been rc
ceived sinco from anywhere, aud tho fresh
anxiety to make it publio is regarded as
an indication that they cannot catch their
Tho Tvihi"" i-;norfow will puullsh the
following: Tho mystery that has so long
attended tho Nathan murder scorns at
length cleared tip.
Superintendent Kelso claims that the
murderer is a well-known thief and des
perado iiitiucd William Forrottor, with half
a dor.cn allair. Ko certain Is the superin
tendent that hU information tscorrcctthat
that ho has sent to every chief of pollco In
the United States and Canada, nnd to
many of those in Kurope a copy of tho
following circular: c
Nr.w"i'oic,Fub. ai.-Twcnty-ttvo hun
dred dollars will bdpatd for tho nrrost
and dclivory nt tbo office of tho superin
tendent of pollco in tho city of New York,
'of Billy Forrester, allai Hilly, or Frank,
Campbell, iifiai Frank Livingstone, a far
Frank Hardine, allot Frank Howard: aco
35 years; height, flvo feot six inches; of
slim build, but tough und wiry; rather
broad, iquaro shoulders; weigh 140
pounds; a ratbor long sparo faco; black
hair, and having a wild eEpreu ion; high,
aquaro.forebcad ; mouth narrow nnd cor
nel drawn down ; tippar lip stands out a
littlo; modium Uo straight nolo; straight
black hair, Cut shortr heavy black
moustache, curled at tba ends toward tho
mouth; sunken cheoks, but high cheek
bones; small, narrow foot; generally
walk with his hands InJiU coat pocket;
tooth out of left upper Jaw; 'bracelet In
India ink on loft wrist.
' Superintendent "of PoIIcp, City of New
A. photograph of For liter accompanies
tho circular. Although .Superintendent
Kolo is so posltlvo that Forif'.cr i tho
murderer, he declines to give tho fact on
which he bates his belief, on tho ground
that it would injure the proper working
up of tho cute. Ho stated, however, that
beforo tho death of tho Superintendent
Jourdan, that olllccr received information
which convinced lilm tliat Forrester was
tho murderer, and ho sent detectives to
various points in tlio United States to tlnd
and arrest him. Slnco Superintendent
Jourdan' death, theio clfort have been
continued by his successor, but thus far
Superintendent Kcliocomplalus of want
of co-operation on tho part of cortain dc
toctlres in other cities, his otforU, and
thosnof his officers, being ofton thwarted
by men who should lend their aid instead
of placing obstacles In tho way of those
having lh object of bringing tho mur
derer to Justice.
Although tho superintendent declines
to glvo tho source from which tholnforma
tlon was durlved that fastened susplcton on
Forrester, it is almost certain It was ob
tained from Geo. Kills, a burglar nowsorv-lug-out
a term in Sing Sing for burglary
on Jan. -7, 1870, when tho otllco of .S.AM.
MIgel, at No. '.'3 Kail Twenty-fifth itroot,
was robbed of diamonds valued at soveral
thousand dollars. Nuthan wu murdered
two month after tho sentonco of 1111. Not
long aftor tho murder, Kill Informed ono
of the officer of tho prison that ho know
who tho assassin wai. Superintendent
Jourdan qulelly procured a writof habeas
corpus froni Judgo Cardozo and brought
Kill from (no prison over to the Franklin
s;rcot police station. KIIUi eonfesstid that
hu and Forrester had planned tho
robbery of Nathan's house, and hu be
ltuved that Forrester had curried tlia plan
into ert'ect. Thoy did not supposo Nathan
or Ms Hn woro iu tho house, us it was
known that tho Nathans woro passing thu
summer at their country residence at
Morristown N. J. Thetbiuf was discov
ered by Nathan whilo operating on the
in Co in a room adjoining the ono in which
ho slept, nnd waa killed by Forrester with
thu iron dog which ha been to often de
scribed, und which is alleged to havo been
stolen .from, tho wine cellar of PaF.
Church, in I'lftli avenue, which wa en
tered Miiiio timo previous by burglars.
, Thcso are. believed to bo tho principal
facts on which Superintendent Kelso, Jus
tice. Duwling, and Judgo Curdozo base
thoir belief that Forrester i tho assassin.
Iu addition, ovor slnco tho murder ho lias
avoided all of his old companions, and
nas not been seen In any ot tin woii-auon
haunts liprthil' n.nd!'.ohcr pjiles. Hi
moro than probable, that ho is in some
out-of-tho war ' place In tho far
"West. or lit onie small country town work
ing as a laboror or at atrado, ondoavoring
by this moans todlvorUuspicion, Certain
it Is he has not bean saan )) tha polloa of
I any of our largo cities since tho date of tho
murder. Ho fs too woll known to tho
, heads of the pollco of tho various cities to
navo escaped their search had ho mado
his appearance tn any, largo town.
Forrester has been a thief from his
youth, and has served several term in
itato prisons. Ho Is wanted at Jolict, 111.,
having escaped from Jail thoro nfter serv
lug a small part of a term of thirteen year
for a burglar committed in Illinois. There
ii no 'question, but that" Saperlntcrtdont
Kelso and thcso on whosj council ho has
rolled throughout aro satisfied that thoy
are on tho track of tho real murderer.
This h shown by tho fact that there aro
no conditions attached to tho reward
offered for tho arrest of Forrester,
Whcthor the alleged murderer is convlted
or not, tho reward will ho puid, to whoever
iaay doJivetr' Win, "Into the liands of
AM INNALUIIRIUt-a SSKANO.V
.fcpnnn Is welcome, Imt not It. dl,fi'e.. We
should Ixt glid tn liutc It. bloom trillion! II. fot.,
iu r, it. einMen change. ol temperature, nnl
theaciie, fit. of ImllKe.tlon, lillloiis nltck, nnd
otlwr barnaslDit dlKinler nhk-h' Ihey rnntler.
Aslhls cannot Le, Ii behoove all Mii.lMe people
w do llie b.-t lliey can lo eseapo such ferioti.
druwbnck. on the poetry of (he ieaon. Ak 4ny
phr.lclin hit the ueak anl.lellcale oiitflit to "In
whrnmlaiinainfivt. Ilmatr. The an.n rr will Le,
'(one and regulate tho syslem." Iluthowl That
a the Important iii-Mlon. A iloren meillenl men
ould prabaMy recommend lis manv differs nt
medicine.. On tho other hnml. tlio IhAUiandn
who hse tesle.I tliii virtue, of tlo.leiter's Plom.
li Hitter. a an Intlgornnt nnd alle.-ntire, will
reeommen l but one, thn wholr.omo prcventlte
ndre.toratito in which llivlrimnri'ri.,nce, li.n
tUKht them to tru-t. A course of thl rare u-je.
Sable atlmulant, commenced now, would mr
many n pang lo the feeble and rfealtale,. It
would be w.i economy loo, lor It would probably
rrvlude the nevenlly for medical advice, with.
titill.paragemenltoaprofvsslon which all Intel
ligent iiru aud women reipect nnd houor. It la
Just aa well, If poMibte, lo keep out ot Hit doctor'
iand, and they would lino eomparlllsrly fer
cam- of lever nnd aguo, dy.peptla, bllloune,
atrvouinees, and general debility to attend to, li
thia axretaUaand healthful .;ltlc were fu uni
versal uae. tncbUAwlw
V. MalhOM. K C. HI. I
... AN !
133 Ohio ferrf .CAIRO, ILL17T0IS.
flpM'ial attention given lo the ptirehaae and tale
FLOUR & GEAIN
H. M. HULEN
Hna Removed to Ills Old Stau
U Commercial Jvenue
Where ha aoliei la a rontinuinr. nf iuIm.im
III. former cn.to mere, a welt na thai of aa man
ate., remarkaMy ehup for eh.
Termai Mtrlttly raah, lor whlrh ha will J
owertban the lowest, e7ll
M.onn aaniNT wani onmeirrocerlM. nrnrf.tnn.
No. 7tt Ohio Levee,
Npevlal atiriitloii ajlveu Iu Cunaltfa
ssiPHlsaud FlllluK OrUera-
ueeekaor-. loSlialtnn, llud-oii , Clark.)
Q7 oxixo Xj-attTraa-E
Atttnta ol Asuarleau I'uwilar -'o., antl
Mnnulaalnrpra Atfenta fur 4'o ton Vnru
, Cor. 8th St. k Wanhlnlou nve.,
Otiix'o, - - - Illinois
K supplied with the lrrliet
Ureerle, SJreeii antl llrlej aid fan
Dressed Poultry, Fiesh MM
AnSeTerythmg else needed (or family eupply
h I. In ahort one ol tho Iw.l .i.K'Ued groceries in
. A conllnuaix of pitblw j"tlnnaa i rH.ieellully
11, nil t
I LI. IIKABS.
tUlMM LABtlf SJ,
HOUTHEABTEHS M, Wt.
On and after Monday, February, 6th,
1871, trains will raa as follows:
Tains aoiao socnuxiiT.
l.cnve Ashland (l:S.a.m ....
" TatlAr.lt n.i 1,1.31
Arrive at Pann IltXJ "
tanxi ooiao KoarBWiar.
, ,. Kipre.e
Arrive at !prlngl,..ajs o .,
latap.nihld.. l" '
Artlxc ill Ashland..... ..T.l..
iati tqlso lorrniisT.,
Leave K-lgowoood..-. .a (1a.m.
" Ilora....-...,.JS " .'"'
Arrtu- nt r'hwneetow'n.1:ISp m
Tails, ooia.i .A..MW..-
, ...3:20 p.m.
.t0 SO p.m
-ItiU " ,
,.. b.os p,m
I.emeSliawnectoirn ...7 unm Ift'.Bm
, ',' I'lo" ..!' " - 6.00
Arrive nl Kegewood :U ......7ilS
Thet W n.m., Irani from Kdgewood, run only
Monday., uailnvf Javtand r'rulati. ami mm.
Ir.iln from ."hawnoetonn on Tiir.Jiv.. Hon.
lay. and ."ntunliva.
Joitx I odour, Uen'I Tr'gt nnd Ticket A'i.
QUICK E.HT ROUTE FROM
ILLINOIS CENTRAL A. R.
fjuiviiK" ."sew aork, tiaiiai
Points EiMt andHTortk
itpiia;cr Train Arrive at tMi leave
4'nlro aa follow i
ituiVK-aioo a. m. . aian s. as
IlKI'AKT-HHIft A. M . 3l30P. M
Hoth trains connect at Ontrall with train on tb
Pan, Deeasur, llloomlntoa, Kl Faao,
i.a n.ur, .titiiiioiw, rrciperii i.aieaa
llubu.ue, anil all points In Illlaal
Mlaourl, Mlnntaola, Wlaeonaln ana
And with line, running Eaatand Waal for
St. I.011I1, Spriugllld, Loulavlllc. Cla
cliinatt, Indianapolis it Cclaasaaa.
aii'ltitlileago with attelgan renlral, Mlchfsa
foiitnern, ann niismirg, anrtwiyne
ami Chlearfo hailrotd lo
JLL POINTS EAST
Vo. through tlrkrt.1 r.n.1 lufirnialloo,!apply
Illlnni.Centr.l I!nllro.t Depot.
nener.il Pss.enger Agect, rhleato,
J. Jolin.oii, Agent Cairo.
PACIFIC RAILROAD CO.,
ImuiI (Jraul Ulreet from lb Clover
Heat Farming aud Mineral Lands la
.1,000,000 ncrca choice (arming lands
on the line of the road. In tho
STATE OF XEBIIANKA
OREAT PI.ATTK VALLEY
Now for ale, for cash or crellt at low rale of in
terest. Them land aro near the 31 it parallel at
North Longitude, In a mild and healthy climate,
and forgrain growing and teek raiainf ara on
eii.llad by any In the I'nlted Stale..
Convenient l market ooth east and weet. Tri.as
range from li Wto Jio () per acre.
To (etller with limited means.
lllcli Oovr.inment lands along slio road betwren
OMAHA A.V0 JSOHTU seltATTS"
Hurvrvt-d nnd often for enirr under th Ifoma.
lead mimI rre.emptlou law, and can Im taken by
AUTUAL tSKTTLKIU, ONLY,
AuoDnorlunllv niter beforo nrr.enlei for aa.
curing home, near n great Railroad with all1 lb
convenience of an old settled country. Near
edition ol uewriputfl pimpnieta wnii map, now
rrnuy ami .ut irrn m an uri or tno unile.1
blates, Canada and Kurope. Addrea
u. r, I?, i-nnu .viuiniiioaer
anl dlniw3m II.I'. II. It. Co., Omaha, Nab.
PEOPLES' MEAT MIBKET
( HAM. OAYEIt & CO., rroprs.,
ITiepTon.taiill oolund the bettof Beef, Pork",
Mutter, Vcv, Limb, Sausage, Piiddlni, eto
rro.li white lard in any n,uautity,coraed beef, eto.,
l.iy. ou hand.
Order tlikd promptly and s.tlifactlon was
i:iaLllilied in 1M0, and chartered 1SCI, lor tn
rentmeiit of all dueate of a private nmure,
Oldenl to Iflth exe. A cure Is guaranteed
every cac undertaken. "
Dewt'es' Female Relators
For female.. N arMiited loretnov olxtrucsi
etc. I'rieo ii per bo. ... , ,
a .i rr "u'urnl -Male HheAhh,: ft for-lng
one S3 per hslf doien, or a per iloseq.
A Medid d I'atuphlet, conuiulng aa olanoral
tmiti.e on thaataitediaesae, with few prautk.
rriimrk. upon ino tnuse, eneci ana treatmeoti
coutJiiuug i" largo pugoa ane 'M
snouiiiRtni) uinerent stage.,
.Seot m aealed afappvr
on leeeipt of
Galon's Head Dispensary,
. No, 73 Went Jefferson stre
J eH7eiul.l.eo Lonville, K
i'HOPAi'ATOn AND DEALKU l-V '
Frul ta anil Ornamental Tree, anrnna,
U ratio Vluca, (Iratahsase. SM ,
Ueadlna IHanla, etc,
Villa - - Bidge.r
N. B.-IUtly ordr aolielteJ.aad aromaUj