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CAIBO, ILLINOIS, MARCH 31 . 1871.
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tor Frnlxht or IWatfe apply on board, or to
U1UUH 6i 3IALLUKY,
JunWIif :j OHIO liEVEK.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
Tlio bnanllful and light draught ilmiT
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nOKAKT HMEDLKT -Halter.
Iiwi Cairo dally at 3 p.m., aud raducah dally
at a.m. Hating auprrlor accommodations Ii
oltclta pol.llc patronage.
.4 WADUYMAIt, M. ., l'hysl-
u.i cian, surgeon arm Accoucnuur, ior
inrrljr at Anna, Union Co., Illlnnla, Lai (, rm-
uuitlj located la nlty. OFFICE Cntnnirrclrl
Aonuc, Wtwtcn Clh and Oth blrtcta Wtat aide.
r w. uvssisa, n. i. Re.
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etween Washington Avenua and Walnut HI tret
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HWAHD.VER, M. It., Cairo
aUKrilllKN'CECorner of Nineteenth at.,
and Waahlcton ae. OFFICE 'n Commercial
ar.. .rf ih I'o.tofflfn. OFFICE OUK.H
I torn iua m lo 11 ni.. (niinilara uxretrtedl ana
Irom 2 lo Spill.
j hTimioii am, m. i).
OMcp, l!in Commercial Arrttuc.
sitHeolloura, Mtu 10tt.Bl,4& lta3ji.nt.
Ito.id.ncf.o. II, Ninth attiel, Cairo III.
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Jahai M. 9f alkav.
HaaiMl r. Whralar
I'articulaiatUn'lon paid lo rlitr and admiralty
UMaa Kava ma T aV Wltra Black.
QHKK.V A: GIMIKKT,
ATl'ORXKYS AND C0U.S8ELL0KH AT
frilllam II. tlraaa, )
ailllaiai U. Ullbari, ! OAIKO, ILL.
Mtlta '. lllbrl, j
rtj-cil atlr nliuu Knn to Admiralty and Slaam.
Oittce on tlhlo t.ac. lloomt 7 and
oytr fity National Uaak.
C'omiucrrlal A v., Opposite Post OHcc
JOSEPH 1UYUSS, Proprietor.
Tho Uouae lauewly furnl.liHl and olforalolh
pull la firt-claa act'ominodatlooa. fab'dtfo
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
wood! wood:, woe :t:
The underalgnrd will furnlah
Jftird and Dry Wood
Am Cheap, If not Clxayar
t.un any wood-lraler In Cairo, lare ordcra at
me roai-nnicoand at the corner of lllli Hlreet aud
Weitilucton Annun. 1 ijIto stood meaur and
Mill cord tha wood up. lKNNI!i HALKV.
February iud, lk'1.
WOOD AND COAL.
IF1, lL. -WJlTVJD
la prepared to deliver tlio beat
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
In any part of die city, In uy quantity deslifd,
on short notice. '
Coal Delivered at $4 SO Per Ton.
OKKICB-Orer lleenjart, Orlli A Co.'a atore
,,uI!d!?-d.0.M!iI?,-..,he corncr of KIK''h "
and Commercial arenuo. ductit
CairoCity Book Bindery
la prepared to
MaMMfacture Biaiak Boaka km4 do ssl
klktU or Book VIsadlaiB; anaBaUkK-
73 Ohio Iscvee,
- - ILLINOIS
The Connecticut election takes placo
next Monday, the 3rd of April.
Hon. II. (J. Nkwcomii needs boido
llrifmn In nr..A..t llm nnclllnn rC Auillf
1 1 ...
ant Secretary of tho Interior. Tho
honor of the place fills hit cyo, but ho
fear tho salary won t fill his pocket.
An order has boon issued from tho
Treasury Department, uudcr dato of
the lftth in St., requiring a change to bo
made in tho uniform of the U. S. Jlev
cnuc .uarinu on tlio Lakes and else
It ih supposed the House will debate
for a week the Ku Klux bill. Tho
Senate will then take it up and make it
the subject of elaborate discussion.
While this legislation for the benefit
oi tno loyai ciuzcns oi iuo aoutn is
pendiuL', the murderous Ku Klux will
o on with their horrible outrages, uu
les Iladical newspapcrs,iuteut on watch
ing tho Washington proceeding, neg
lect to order their usual dispatches on
Thu state legislature of Wisconsin
adjourned home days ago. h'o also did
the legislatures of Arkansas and other
southern States. The former is niado
up of white Iladicals and tho latter of
black Iladicals and carjet baggers.
h either oi thu genus homo commands
a largo amount of our resiiect, but of
tho two, give us the former.
The Wisconsin Legislature was Had
ical to tho back bono and as a coute
quenco was corrupt in intent and pur
poses, but with a decent respect for tbo
opinion of the world, its behavior was
seemly, no matter how corrupt its legis
latiou. Iu contrast to this we have
tho Iladical southern Legislatures
Mack men and white, who know ncl
tlicr law, order nor decency, and whose
every instinct points to the gratifica
tion of their own wishes and tho hu
miliation of tho people whom they are
elected to serve, arc foNtcd upon the
people of tho South, and by thoir ac
ttons in Hie nans oi Mate, make
the country a mark for the scorn of
decent and respcctablo people every
where, and tervu to show their ontiro'
unfitness for the places they occupy.
Now, of tho two, commend us to the
whito radicals, give us tho whitcd scpul
chcr, iu preference to tho unclean, dis
gusting spectacle, whoso rcpellant ex
terior is only equaled by the darkness
and loathcsomcncsH within.
A CRUEL JMA".
The woman who wants to bo Presi
dent, aud who publishes a weekly paper
in rcw lork city, takes up tho Ho v.
Robert Collycr, of Chicago, for his as-
Hcrtiou in a late Iccturo that "tho sort
of women who nro clamoring for ballots
and rights aro of tho typo of our men
lobbyist and intriguers, and dead-beats
goncrally." Tho Woodhull, in n par
oxysm of admiration for her box, hys
terically asks, "why should not women,
with queenly steps, walk by tho side of
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uiiu . in ii uui llSiUlll.Mlllljj mill iuu I av
American mau of to-day attempts to
block up tho path of progress for wo
matt ? Is it not astounding that so re
spectable a 'clergyman ns Kov. R. J.
Collyer, of Chicago, should stand
up nnd (ay such things ?"
Astonishing? Wo think so. Tho
man who cau stand up and niako such
an assertion as this, iu tho fuco of tho
StantoD3, nnd tho Logans, and the Liv
crmores, must bo a man of nervo.
But ho must liavo been ignorant that
in Naur York city, tho rcdoubtablo
Woodhull bus her quarters, whore in
atious, and considers it a golden op-
ponunity whou ho can pick up such an
uuauiuio m mo path of progress as
tho KOV. Collver. mwl lUn.
him to tho wall. If ho hn.l lmnn
this, ho would cosily havo .hail jhe ttf
inority to 'opposo himself to the woraaa'a
ro6veent, and riow if lie were to incoY
this industrious worker in tho path of
woman s progress- no would bo a 'man
reckless of consequence, not to step
aside at ence and give bet tho right of
way. The moral Victoria, who his
been spiritualist, clairvoyant, fortano
teller, etc., holds it up" as a reproach' to
Chicago that it is a cltf famedor its di
vorces and giifha over thefact that aclcr-
gyman who could utter roch sentiments
as thoso of tho Key. Mr. Collyor in that
immoral city, had orcr entered the pul
pit. It ti gad: Take fhd irhojo.liost
of women lecturers. How (hard they
try to turn an tyoaest penny, xboj go
on Iohk journeys, thoy stop nt first
I .1... Imtnlu ll.n,. t.l.nl- rmUmin
.,, .4 fTrW'
Ubaad jellpw satin faateftr WWpte
in place by a dosci pricking kair pins,and
they go beforo their audience with
hearts fluttering in their besoms liko
dorcs in a cage, and thoy lay their
hands on their hearts and Bay "I Jo
try to bp good," and then somo such
cruel ..man as, the Iter. Mr. Collycr,
calls them "dcifd beats;" Alas !
Man' lahnminlly to woman.
Mtf4 countlcaa thouianda mourn.
Chicago is excited over tlio finding of a
headless tody in tbo river.
hotel, coning lliOQ.pop lint
iieneed in Now York; "f
been cum in i
Snow to tlio depth of lix Inches folfln
tlio Now England SUtcs.tlie first of the
Memphis claim that Forrcatcr, the
tuppotad Nathun murderer, l concealed
aomowhcroln that city.
Nauvoo, III., tho ancient Mormon capi
tal t n now a great wino, '.centre. Lai I
year's yield was 130,009 gallons
On the steamer from Aqula creek to
Wathlngton, Fred Douglan was refuted a
heat at the dinner table, on account
of hit color.
Tho Metbodiit Proachcri' Asioclatlon'
of New York city, has condemned thcatre-i
going, card-playing and fmhionablo dan-.
Some New Yorker, miniate r nad otitehU
are agitating a movement to lend abroad
an expedition to thoroughly explore Joru
nlcm and thIIoly Land.
Three ladle, Vary N. Wattles of Kan-
s. Anna .Anicoll and EUenT. II am
mond, of Now York graduated at tho Wo-'
man's Medical Society of New York, on
A True Ulatary of tka ra;aaltaUaB
ata vrisita. vijici, mfut usrsp,
Kroin tha Loniarille Courler.Journa,
Tho body of men which first assumed
tho name of tbo svu-hlux-Klnn was a very
uiuoreiuorgunizaiion irom me intovcs aou
rotwrs who now prowl about forrurnoiii
ui uuuvy. i no miior uato uorrowcu aaa
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livery of tho former to serve tlio devil ta,
ana nenco mat oriiiinsiiy ccntcol orcsnl
zntion li made of scape-soata of every-root
rago in the country. Tbo original
organization is now out .of too
exutecco entirely, uud a reliablo
gcniluinon, now In thu city, who was a
member ottbe Klan, is responsible for the
louowing siawmoni oi tacts: ine ivu
Klux Klan was peculiarly of Southorn
orlcln, and was intended to conteract tho
"Grand Army of tho Republic'1- and tho
"Loyal League.', and for the betterprotec-
iion oz ina lamiues oi souiuorn man irom
tho depredations of tho robbers turnod
looio on society after tho war. Their ob
ject was to protect, not to depredato; to
build up, not to destroy. As ovidenoe of
their moUvA petveo and good order tho
oath with each member took unon himself
was n pledge to "suppor the TornrttttrUorr
as given ui iy our forefathers, ana to pro-
leci i no west againii mo itronu. '
This shows that it was only tho disturb-
ors of tho public peaco, tho land-plratos
who follow cloio upon the heels of such
disorganisation ofaoeiety as ensue altor
a long war, who had any cauio to fear the
torrlblo bug-boar of Ku-Kluxlsm.
Its name was suggested by tbo noiio
which tho old army muiket makes when
springing tho lock and discharging tho
piece. Ku Klux Klang tho flrst two
names mauo oy mo iock, -tno last was
V10 hang, or Klang of thu discharge. tU
fl.l IS' w'"S. anorwara aiscnsrgea ror
thu sako of en phony.
Their signs and crips woro few and
simple. A member was recognised by
twice, a gontlo pr'ossuro of tbo band, or
wnen nana-snaxtng was not praciicaoio,
passing tbo fingers of tbo left band gently
through tho hair, in rciponio to a
motion from tuo nnger.
Tho Klan was organized, as beforo
stated, and malice toward none. It was
established by tho vory best mon in tbo
country, tho leader of tho confederato
armies, and extended from the Potomac
to tho Rio Grande. -It was composed of
men who loved peace for its own sake ; it
was a nerfuct Knlubt errantry of tbo
southorn statesjas harmlos, and intended
to bo far moro uioful aud subservient of
good morals than tho Loyal league and
theUrand Army but tuo sue ana cry
raited against, and especially tbo fact
that every villain assuuiod its virtues for
tho purpose of perpetrating bis outrages,
finally induced a dUbandment of tbo or
ganization. CJT In Massachusetts lait weok, a child
wbhio nlavinir with a spool, holdinz it in
'bcr mouth, fell, tbo, fall forcing the ipoob
uown nor mroat lar onougn to unng in
head below tbo tonsil and root of tbo
'tonguo, and so completely .widgef iatathe
mouth as to render it! iaipeittblt to (with
draw U without danger of taking tho
tongue with it. Fortawttelyltbe, iiobxia
tho spool was large enough for itha child
to breathe through until the arilval af she
tti little one's life. j
Aaelaat Tlaaa Piece
Bowls wero medio mcaiura time, from
which water, drop by drop, was dischirgod
through a small aperture. Sueb bowls
were called watte r-clocks, Ultptydrat) It
was then observed how much water from
such a bowl or cask, from sunrise till the
horteit shadow, trlckolod down into
another bol Disced beneath; and this
timo being the half of tho whole solar day,
wai uitiucu into aix awn. vuiiTOjnvn.iT,
tllcy took a sixth of - the water which bad
trickled down, poured It into tbo uppor
bowl, ana, ibis discnarged, one nour nac
exclrad. Hut afterward a more conren
lent arrsngsment .was 'aaade- They ob
acrVdlMiw klgb tOatoc iX each hour
roaeuatawMwer wwi,aaa iBoawpoinu,
and'rtotmted tharHJ Urn Undine how many
hours there were tilt fjunriie. With the
Chlnase. water-clocks, or clcDSVdrae. aro
very old. Thoy uied a round vessel, filled
wim water, witn a miionoio in tno bottom,
wnicn was piacoa upon nnotiior rcsiol.
When tho water in tho upper vosicl
pressed down into tho lower vessel, it
subsided bv derrees. announcing thereby
tho parts of tho elapsod. Tho Baby
lonians aro said to have used such Imtru-
monts ; from them tho Greeks of Asia
Minor cot them, at tbo timo of King Uy-
rui, about tho year i0 beforo Chriit.
Tho Romans did not cot tho first water-1
clock before tho year 180 beforo Ohriit.
But, thouch tho hours of tbo clopiydrao
did not vary in length, they still counted
them from tho morning. When the clock
with us strikes seven, tbo ancients counted
one; when tbo clock with ui strikes
twolvc, thn ancients counted six, aud so
forth. This method of counting tno hour
was, according to the New Testament, also
customary! in Palcstldo at tho time of
Christ. The water-clocks had that ad
vantage, that they could bo used in the
night ; and tbo Romans used them to
dlvldo their nlgbt watches, which wero re
lieved four timoi, both summer and win
ter. Conformable to these for night
watches, tlmu was counted, not only In
Rome, but where ever Roman garrisons
were stationed: consequently, alio In
Palestine, after alio bad become a Itoaaan
province rue tint night-watch was
called tttptra, (ovonlng,) trom Jt o'clock ;
tho scckond media nor; (midnight,) from
0 o'clock to 2 o'clock; tlio third, gaUteinium,
(cock-crowing,,) from 2 to 3 o clock; and
tho fourth, mane, (rooming,) from 3 o'clock
10 uay-Dreaic. via ami
Daath of av Brave Bs-aBaasa-llfa Iu
tasaatrd Brlato a Well Known Lady ta
Nt. a .uii. '
Captain MacDonald, commandec.ofitbo
aicninor r.uroparwno was a wnpi overnoaru
and last during a itorm, on, tha .night of
jaareu oa, waa anawn so a auniuer vi our
citizens.1 The Eu'ropa left 'Glasgow for
New York on the loth of last month, and
on tho night tbo accident occurred wai in
mid ocoan. About half past 9 o'clock in
tho evening Captain MacDonald went on
deck. and. very .shortly aflar a tremendous
.-wave Ortjcjr. thejookout. badly damaging
,ttgWmjW ummm the captain over-
r'4h-veai were powcrloss
AodaanyLblng. .-Tbo wholo charge of tbo
4hlD tbii devoted upon tho locond mats.
rwhusncceodod In' bringing her into port
but aot without execruing a groat deal of
faro anu ion, .Auo sieorago pauengnrs,
upon neiniig.oi.iuu iiw m mo captain, to
tamo liiu'nous, and demanded to be taken
ioibonesrott port, brlog with difficulty
koptMUin. bound, Capt. McDonald was
a yaunc- man, narnij jnorw man inirlv-nvo
years ofnge, and ft natlvo of Greenock.
no u tbceu a capum for fifteen years,
having been." .connected during all years
with the Anchor Una Tho accident will
arouse a peceliar interest and incroaied re
gret, since it was known that bo was en
aagea to.be aarr led,' oa hi return from
tha voyage, to a very estimable and well
of tit. Louis. Sr. Louit
pie baa been discovered at Washington, in
whiohlaadlcaV Senator and other high
ofllofals of tho same nartisaa faith aro im-
pucaiiu, -j.na aonams was 10 ueprecisio
Aiaaama siaie txtnas to urv or sixty cenis
on the dollar, at which rata the eonsplra
tars .Were to buy a luOciont ouantitv and
exebaage'them at par for Alabama agri
oiilturaTlaml scrip, which for the nurnosos
or ino coniDiracv. urn pa withiieiii frnm
'isiuorvby aoinu authority of tho ad
'.ministration. It is Intimated that Mr
fWUsoo, the cx-oommlittoner of tho land
pmcc. who could not sco bis path of official
La. .a l ot' ma-
iiu.ytnrougn mo stniiior optica oi iir
urauL.Biu sum ny wane somo curious rev
elaUaas of this and other public land
Saaia thirty or forty voara ao-a. the Wast
1 - . 1 '
waa euraea or a can? or aeixratioei
biiowb'ht ianu Diraicii out tuo wnoio
to (in try Is now curiod by a much moro
ansiuuKug, fcuuwu aa land thieve,
Whose headquarters aro not far distant
from toe white bouse cy.icayo 2mei.
Tka frisk) Coaftdavttiftosu
The "Kxlles of Vrln" bava iaaauidain ad.
druulbthe People of the U kited State
aotrlog forth the. plan end ptirpos'eof 'the
Irish, lUokfederatlonj Thevurirorall-i-
lftlna; socletie of Irishmen, of swhat-eyor-eharaeter.-toO-o'porsto
menL . .Thev.ilk:-Moraovar.. that h:rw
cicry' to ' coropf rating shall sfontrlbuto
tfveity-ivo- pee eeati of -It', funds tiy'the.
titive In the gertorul mqtite.lTlietiw
auoclatlon contemplates no t violation of
o neutrality iaw o( ,ua JJaitau cstatei,
!wJ.;.vrgaJite compactly fojrthj
the address think apply to Ireland
"Hfr' I tha lovtllnaa ofdoath.
Snas paria aoi quite, with parting Vrtath.
ui tmratrwith that rtariul Uooni.
Tbat hna whichhaunUltla Ik tomb,
STxpraaiiea's tail rceadlnirav.
Agildad halo bovaring round decav,
Tlii' farewell beam or fooling paaaed away,"
You.'be!vi lost.your baby,1 'Wuwf Isa'ik
one gentleman to another, 'in, poor
littlo thing I Itjwas enlyt ive Meatas Fold.
Wi did all wo could for It. We bad four
doctor. blUtered ,lu bead and feet, put
mustsr4poultleesali ovar.il, gave It 'kin
caHiael powders, Iwteaed ;ts tple, had
iu, suavt gave if ait aiuua ui tawiciBies.
, yet, after a week's Illness it died."
m I- - m E a. . l A.I m lia. .w
BMtea-1 IweryJatToTt ,was made to
ihemt-assLaUeWe; Vut lUader' the
The ItroUtle li Paris Still Goes
The CeatraJ Cesmtttee Advised
Disolre tho Assembly and Im
peach lit, Members.
The OaTkUI Jeanul a the Ianrgtats
Xarkla Oat their Preframme.
Thiers Swears to Siaad by the Befeh-
lle, aa Kefura to Allew the
Symptoms of Iteaetloi la the Provin
cial Cities-A If ew Xlilstry to
be Formed The Got mi
meat Waats Mere
Pasib, March 28. Tho official Journals
of the central Itepubllcan committee, In
an editorial to-day, says
of the newly elected municipality of Paris
will bo the compilation of a charter that
will securo the rights of tho people, and
prcvont tho representation of largo towns
from belag swamped by the country. A
socond article In the saniejeurnal demands
that all matters essentially partlsian must
bo within the domain of the commune.
pissolctiox or tiic asskmbly adviskd.
La Nourille Republic advises that tbo
Commune pronounco tbo dissolution of
tbo. rotten Aiiembly, and Impeach its
l-Aius P:ruTiKs to nxsioy.
La Vorlto sayi that tho deputiei from
Paris to tha National Assembly have de
termined tO" resign, and merely await their
A NBW MINISTBY.
The same-Journal says that a new minis
try will now bo formod, which wlllincludo
Duo de ilrogllc, In tho.office of foreign af
fairs, and Marshal McMahon, in tho min
istry of war.
The comorvatives were successtul la
Sunday's elections only In the arrondisse
ments of Dourio, Louvre and Pasay. The
rich generally abitalncd from visiting tho
polls, and the merchants voted tho con
servatlvc ticket. Tho Individual! elected
are obscure, with tho exceptions of
Flourens, lllnnqul, ltyat and (lambou
continues, nnd tho utmoit vigilanco is
manifested by tho Insurgent national!.
The placo Vendomo has tho aspect of a
It li laid that tho Vcrsallloi govern
mont li negotiating with tbo Pruiiiani to
allow an tncroaio of tbo number of French
troops on thii sido of the Lolro.
Iiumor says Gerioral Cromer is sup
ported by tho commlttoo, nnd has gono to
Vr.RS.Mi.Ltn. March 27. Tblors mado
an eloquent though brief nddreu In tbo
isational Amembly to-day, In which he
do funded the wisdom of his policy, and
took a solemn oath that ho would not bo
tray tho Itcpublic.
THE SEW ClOYKaXMXXT.
It is expected that Dlanqul will bo
President of tho now government, and
that its power will center In Flourens,
ltyat; Delascluxe, Lofranc, and Vomorel.
WANT TO INTXXVXaX
The Times' special states that the Prus
sians dally aik tho Versailles government
to agree to a Gorman occupation of Paris,
and that they aro as frequently refuted.
THX nXVOLUTION DIUUKINO.
VxnsAiLLKs, March 28. Mariellles
continues tranquil. At Lyons the regular
authorities bavo roiumod the administra
tion of affairs and nt fit. Ktlenne, where
Verdo obtained control for a while, tho
government officers bavo been restored
and order prevails. Tho army of Prince
Frederick Chariot, occupying France, and
Which ha boon In motion for a fow dayi
past, is now stationary.
Paris, March 28. Lo Soir report! that
180,000 votes wero cast at the oloctlon
Sunday, about half tho number polled at
the last plobiscltum.
Tho Journal official contains an article
ilgned by Valllant, advocating the aiiassl
nation of Duke D'Aumale.
filRXTINO oy TI1X rKACK COUMISStOKXR
Brumxib, March 28. The nlonlnoton-
larles of Franco and Gormany met at two
o'clock, this evening at tho French lega
tion. Tho ononlni nrocnodlnir woro
wholly performed. CrodentiaU were ex
changed and preparations made fur future
TUB rKACK C6UUIMII0X.
pliaussBu, March 27. Tho negotiations
ror tki-aal , tjeaiyj of peace between
France and Germany will soon com
mence, rjaalsrec and Gkmlsrd, the rlenl.
potentlarie of France,'
arle oi 'Franc,- arrived here tev
(lajrlaai U is expeeted thai te; tret sl
ajc oth rmatlfio beth ger-
mmeiiW will be held this week. The I
French embassy is tbo "place agreed on
for the moating.
BKnLiH, March 27. Tlio mcssago sont
Into Paris by General Scblotlem, com
manding the Gorman troops at St. Donnls,
is passive and poacoful In tone, but shows
no friendship for tho Iniurgcnti.
Mo vcmonts of troops bavo been going
on lately with much aotivity in various
parts of Prance, bnt they aro strictly In
accordanco with tho preliminary stipulations.
Kov. Ilcnry Morgan, of Hoiton,
says, "This is tbo ago of patont medicines,
spirit mediums, auack
teller, Incifer matches,
and Jim Fiik, Jrs.'
In China tbo puoplo march to tho tcm
lic. uaiiu in n I'ruiLi'u inicr unu aumo
J. L.-.l t- t
n and si
cud. anu uenari tno pncaia uniin ntr me
Job according to order. This would bo n
rouer to iicepy unriitiam.
At a largo dinner, given n short timo
aro at Now York, tlm nnmni nflliA itA.fi
designing thoir places nt tho tabic, woro
painted on rubber balloons, which woro
floated ovor tbo tabic, being fastoncd to
long strings, ona to the stem of rach per
'I think." says Dr. John Hrown. of
Edinburg, "thatovery family should have
a dog. It Is liko a pcrpctuul baby; nnd
then it betrays no secret, never sulks,
asks no troublesome questions, novur gets
Into dolt, novcr comes down lata to break
fast, and it li alwoyi ready for it bit of fun.
Not His VTay. An nttornov. about to
furnish a bill a bill of costs, was rcqurttcd
by his cllont. a bakor, "to mako It ui light
as ho aould." '.Oh 1" replied tbo attorney,
"that's what you may lay to tho foreman,
out it s not tuo way i niaKo my orond."
A Chicago correspondent of tho .St. Jo
sepb (Missouri) JleraU givei tho follow
ing information: "Did you know that
ianny Jorn, the nngellc, wai divorced
from her former husband becsuio of her
Incompatibility of disposition? It Is oven
so, and the happy owner of tho divorce, a
well-to-do groccryman, may bo seen every
evening on a certain accommodation train
as il leaves the city. Ifo docs not look
now much liko tbo hero of a lovo slorv.
and yet be must bavo been tho friend in
'Kutb Hall' who rellovod Fanny, alias
Kutb, In all her troubles.'
Mlaor Maral far MarvUd raoplo.
"The last word" is the most daneerous
of Infernal machines. Husband and wlfo
should no moro strive to get it than they
wouiq iirugaia to get possosiion oi a ngnt
Married peoplo should study each
other's weak points, as skaters-look out for
tho wrak parts oftholco in ordor to keep
Ladios who marry for love should re
member that tho union of angels witli
women has bcon forbidden sinco tho
Tho wlfo Is tbo sun of tbo social syitom.
Union sbo attracts tbero li nothing to keep
heavy bodlei, liko husbands, from flying
AVivos, bo lenlont to tbo martial cigar.
Tho smoko always hldoituo most disagree-
ublo part of tho battlo.
Tho wlfo who would properly dischargo
her dutlos must never have n soul "above
Tho liberties of Kngland bavo boon won
by mutual concession!. Lotjtho husband
who would acoulre tho nrivileeo of askinir
friend to dinner without notice remember
this when 'bis wlfo bints at a new bonnet.
Tho wifo's want is tho husband's onportu-
lotwithitandinir tho assertions of math.
omatlclans, tho marriago ring Is a circlo
which husband and wife have tbo problem
tot thorn of making all square
BOOTS AND SHOES.
FABHIOH A BsVK
BOOT UD SHOE MB
Between Washington Aro & Poplar St
SauUand BhoaaMatlol Orator. flBea
JOIIN IIYLAXD'H SALOOJV
Is ktspplleU with all klads ol
Boor, JkJXm, Bo.,
Ootwsen EigUtb and MinthStreeta, .
tlilrty, whi lore sood liquor, should giva
him a call, and thoae who want n
Can have their want aupplird at hla twr.
Proprietor of tti
Billiard Saloon and Bar Room
Cairo - Tllinois
A TOU VACKS.
a rtewwi of rfajr bWiaereUoi, caaalu arfa
7Sauat., 1 4
rjlO THE LADIES.
la now abundantly auppiMjil, with
To which she particularly ihvt(atterijrm!
Hhoha Ina'l recelted amilllnpb t
Dress Trlmmtngs, Silk OuMpsSJIU
(laloon, Uulburo Lore. -mToa
Trimmings. Silk and '
Crocket Bnttohs, Flash
and Trimming Velvet, Silk Gimps.
HATS and BONNETS,
Fine Kid Clone,-
Ladies and Ciiildreiis1 Shoes
And n full andeiimrl'ta atiwli "f'
All of wlil'h ne (iToi-wJ toiWlt al
Tlic Vor' lioweii' Ciih; Pirlcc
Bholnvilea th laillculo rail nuil f'c r n'tw
roimIh and If urn th fhcra.
h la daUrmlncd to malutaln hrr. claim to to
oatua ofhaTlni "IlieClieaiiStorr." '
"QJh' TnE MOVI.V
H. M. HULEN
C R 0 C E R
nu ltemovcd to Ills . Old;; Sta
Whr haaolloi to a oalmuanc or airoac
biarbrnrcuato mtr,aawU a ilka I of-aaiaan'
new one aa mar want prlmegroccrlM.ptovlaioatf
to.,rmarkabfyehapforcaah. ' ' -
iiuai pirniij ,nDt- ior wnun n wui !
owar than tbo loatal. -;u
Qt D. WILI.IAMNU.V, V
" WWOIa'SaSIsTL ,
No. 70 Ohio LoTee, ,
Hpeclal attaalloa stvea to Oaswtaoj
uinia and rilllon Oralaro i
ucciaora to Stratton, llud.on A Clark.)
Asranta of Anarleaa Powattr Cow i
manufaclarer Aarcala fkr Cottoa Vatnl-1
J SMYTH dt CO.,
A!o, keep constantly on hand a moss eoat
plete atock ol
Sootoh and Irish Whiskies'"
Poft( Madeira, Sbfy, Cataba
W ara aivnta tor J. Rcld Co.'a ClbrU' ''
WHEELING ALE. t
W all exclually for Cash, io which tact wa
innta tho attention of cloaa bargala tujr. , ,
Bpoolal attention slrru to Ailing ordtr. 1 t-Ki
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
B P.l'arker ' it- '. W
DARKER fc BLAKE.
white m. zmc, ens
Window Glass aad PsjUy.
Brushaa, Wall Paper, Wlaow Hii
05 0UI0 AiEVEE,
Cairo - -
P. FITZGERALD, PrepV
OhJe Levee;ef. 4 it?,1
la aiwar auppiivauk:ika .kij umon or
all kind and excalUat Clear of ai.ry brand.
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