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JIY JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, APRIL 2. 1871.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
II
imijmii;
STEAMBOATS.
CAIKO AND NASlfviLLE
i'Aci;r.Tj
Tim fu lowing steamers lease Cairo
i li III' ib) nn J nt 11"" liOUMbelow.uaiiied
TA I. I.S.MAN, Every Monday ot 0 p.m. ;
TYUONK, Every Thursday, nt 5 p.m. ;
I.UM.SDKN, Kvery Halurdsy, at f, p.m.
Kor Freight or I mji apply on board, or lo
MOOS ic AlALLOKV,
JsniOTlif TS OHIO l.KVKK.
CAIRO AND PAOUCAH.
DULY PACKF.T.
Tli beautiful Mill light rirangtit sleamer
JAME8-FISK JE
iioiinet nn r.DM:v.......-.iiiUr.
I.eate. Cairn dally at & p.m., aj4 I'adurah dally
ti'.ia.tn llnrlnf superior accommodation" he
r. - t put.) a patronage
PHYSICIANS.
4 IVADGVMAIt, n. !., Pl.yil-
jfL, clan, .Surgeon and Accoucheur, tor.
in.ij ill Amu. t'n.on ., Illiuni., lis puma.
r.cntly loeated in cltjr. OFFICn CoinrnTClrl
Atenue, betwteu tn and Vth Hrtela Vst ld.
marrhldly
CI W. 1U.V.'I.V, M. 1, Ke-IDENCK-C'onier
Ninth and Walnut
I ncn-Cornr Puth btreet ami Ohio letee
(i.i: IIOUIM-Krom 9 t.m. a I m in'i
.MV
W I M.I AM II.
itr.iiir..voB-.s'
SMITH,.!.
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. 21, Thirteenth iff
eiween Washington Arenti and Walnut filreei
! IT I! - liC Cctnr reiki At. tiiir, n Ml II.
II.,
VAIlI.VEIt, M. I., Cairo
i Itr.JKNCi: Corrifr of .Nin-lcfi.lh eL.
Weahiirtin at. OKFICI; n Comm. n ut
,, nr Hi' I'.Htofflre, OKKICK iOt'KI
Irani lo ni to Ii iii, Miuita escepted) and
I (Mil i to a i in.
It.
.i.ui;iia:i, yt. i.
Homeopathist,
Onire, l.'IO Coiiimerttiil Avenue.
sillier lloura, H ! 1 0 at. tn .A- 1 to 3 p. in
rt.iden-e,Nn. II.Mmli .ret, Cairo III.
hnlld.m
ATTORNEYS.
A I, 4. K S . M V I. K i: Y A
1 WIIEELElt,
ATTOI..VKVS V COUXSELI.OB.S AT
LAW.
William J. Allcss, )
John II. Jf silkay, S'AlltO, ILI
Naissisel P. Wk'iln J
I'ert.cuU' attention paid In ilur iuJ admiralty
ns nes
llflli. Itaoma lit Winttr'a Block.
ICKEX A; UIt.Iir.llT,
AVnUtNLYS AND COL'NSELI.OHS AT
LAW,
rtVlllam II. Uritn, )
(i III. am U. Ullbirt, V C.tIRO, II.U
Jlllr I'. Ulllifrl, J
.-;- xj Kit'ntiiu iiiTrn t AJintrallf and Mtm
tja 0'..
IHlii mi Olllu l.rraa. Ilnomi 7 anil
uur (It)' iSaliniiNl Uanli.
HOTELS.
KKl'IAl.IIOTi:!..
(.'nmmrrrlal Av.t Opposite I'oit Ofllce
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
JOSEPH IIAYLISS, Proprietor.
Tha llon.f l.iif ly furnl'hnl anil nfffrnloth
iUbll-3 nrlcla a.-coniniottati(n. frlMti
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
yOOD! WOOD!! WOIIIU
Tli tin lerslgn J will furnl.li
llnrd nnd lry Wood
A Cliraji, ir uol Cheaper
tdia any wo l-Jp.iIcr In Ctlru. 1tc ortUra at
in roii-nlllcaiij at i)cornrrolliihRtretan
WV.Iiintton Arrnur. 1 gito Rood maure atU
will rorU III' kooiI up. IiK.S.NLS IIALUV.
Kalinurr V2ml, lti71.
-yyoo AND COAL.
p, im:. ward .
I prrparrd lo dcllTcr the beat
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
In any part of Hie city, la an quantity Unit J,
mi alioil iintlcf.
Coal Delivered at $4 GO Per Ton.
OKFICE-Ow Ilrrwart, Orth Co.' Hove
.ton', iwoilonM abore thocorurr of Kiglith ttrcrt
and OiiniiixrcUl avunue. Uectiit
BINDERY.
at tiii:
Cairo City Book Bindery
la pieparril lo
ffaiiurnetura lllank Book mud do ml
klniU of Hook alluding andBullaf.
73 Ohio leevee,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOI8
pOSTCIM,
HANDBILL8. CIRCULARS
AnJ all kin
liZOAI. AND COMMERCIAL
I'RiaTINU
SUNDAY.
CnMMIti.SIONEIt I'l.KASANTON has
dccidcil that tho incomes of 1870, which
estimated in United States currency,
do not exceed 82,000, arts exempt from
taxation.
I iiEii Do cu I, A m has had an inter
viow with the rrcsiucut. llo mourns
tho courso Jlr. Sumner ha taken in re
Kurd to Han Domingo and makes tho
dreadful threat that ho will look upon
that .Senator as the worst enemy the
colored people have on tliii continent
and regard his opposition faction ,
he shall persist in it after the report of
the CointiiifMOti it made.
If Ihe Koiue .Select Comuiitteo who
reported tho hill fur the suppression of
the Ku-Kliix liad conaiilted Wain, rad
ic.il C'ongrcfiuan from Michigan, much
expensive uud harmful legislation might
have lcoii aaved to to the country. In
the oiiniou of that gentleman rhat the
South need' is not tlio framing of new
awn for hnr benefit, hut tho execution
of tho.-o already pakMid. Tho honorable
gontleman believes the enforcement act
of May 1370, w broad, clear and dcC.
nite enough to meet any condition of
affair." in tho South.
f!i:.v. O. O. IloWAiti), the "Chriatian
Soldier," ldeturod in Mclvidere recently.
The cubjeet of hi. lecture va an
nounccd to be hii "Army Experience,"
but iii'tead of tlii it turned out to be
a windy dU.-crtatiou on hii religion,
experience. He told his audience ev
erything they didn't want to know,
omitting, in his attempt to prove that
a man may be n roldicr of hi country
arid a follower of tho Lamb, to en
lighten them on tho nubject of his con
nection with tho Frecdmcn'r) Bureau.
This matter he let cevcrcly alone, pos.
libly because he don't think it wiie to
mix politic and religion.
Tiik mean man " rpoken of o wauy
times lately in the newspaperi", who
docked hi father half a day's wage for
time lost attending tho funeral of the
mean iimifi child, must have taken tho
money thus rawd to travel on. Sonic
mouths ago wo raw in a Decatur paper
that he lived near that town. Shortly
after, an Indiana journal claimed that
hi local habitation wasn't very far
from it publication office. And only
yeterdav wo caw in tho Missouri Itr-
pubUtun that the mean man had got
away up in Connecticut and was living
in New Canaan in that State. Wo hope
he will stay there What fitter place
forsti' h a mean man than "New Canaau"
in n new England Slate? Hut if Con.
nccticut shall provo Democratic on
Monday, wo expect to read that ho
has otartcd again on his travels nud
aro morally certain that ho will only
stop when ho shall have been elected a
carpct.bag representative to tho Stato
Legislature of a re-constructed South
ern state.
.i noon movk.
A hill has been favorably reported
in Congress to authorize the purchnso,
oil behalf of the country, of Brady's
great collection of historio photographs.
Tho collection has no counterpart in
existence, nor could its contents bo du
plicated, in cai-o of its destruction, at
any eost. Mr. Hrauys gallory com
prises a portrait of almost every Amer
ican of noto who has .boon in Washing
ton for the past twonty-fivo years. Tho
presidents and their cabinets of n quar
ter of a century, tho leading judges nnd
statesmen and politicians and orators of
our geueratiou all, or nearly all, have
sot in front of Brady's camera, and left
with him their infallible likeness. In
his collection nro portraits of tho diplo-
matisU of other countries who liavo
lived nt Washington, and of tho fair
women and bravo men who have been
conspiouous in Washington society.
Men of tho sword, inon of letters, heroes
of land and sea, of north and south, of
loyal fanio and rebel all these nro rep
resented in tho multitudo of faces, to
tho collection of which Mr. Brady has
dovotcd his life.
But more valuable still, perhaps, in
tho nninion of iomo. aro the series of
photographs whioh tho indofatigablo ar
tist gathered from umoug tho scenes of
the late war. Ruined towns, burning
villages, corpse-Htrdwn field and .nun
shiny camps all iho varied nigUta
which live in the soldier's memory and
clpo would die with him, arc made the
property of the futoro by Mr. Brady i
art and unwearying' effort. There is no
estimating the yahto of such a treasury
of historic and patriotic interest. It his
tiry has any claim on the country then
do these photographio lighta and shad
dows of the past demand the couutry'i
hospitable guardjanthip.
M'JIA T HCllVRZ T1IISK8 OF 1'KKHl
DEST GRANT.
Senator Schur of Missouri made
remarKSbic spcecn in tho fcenato on
Wednesday, in which ho arraigned the
President for h'w usurpations of power,
in the following rathing terms:
He (Schurs) disclaimed anv lll-fe1in
iigainil tlio prcildont: but ho hud sotno fee I
fnir for tho fundamental law. Tlio admin
titration would not be broken down unleu
It broke lfolf down, and it was not for him
but for the country to in v Low far it had
eono in that direction. It wm time now
to illt';i that oonfttilon of i J cm which
could not distitigutth lictwonn tha autkxjrl
ty of th United States and the pcrioo of
the prolilvnt, and to arrcit that usurpa
tion in iMiwrr wuicti u gradually una
wiiii ctU'iiKc ip vrwpinic upon ton coun
try. The eonirreM hni never been called
to confront a stronger nttoinja at puraonul
Kuvvrnmont. AYo wuru reminded of Lou
ts A I in Willi nit ridiniMooU ami wiiin
n liana outvritisc lliu.J'Hrla parliamunt and
proclaluiini: "l.aui.tlto Hate." Hero wo
raw tho pri,!dentM-pjilni: before tlio pco
plu nnddwlarlnj; "lam tho war-tnaking
power I Jtwontlr lio l.Schur. had ex
iressvd omu anxiety lest annexation In
tlio tropic snotild lead to military usurpa
tion. Was thnrr any one on tho floor
svho would deny it? .Senator had anoken
of extending tho blciilnm of the rcpubll-
can irovfrnmcnt to .San Do
mingo ; liu v.'oulU rvtpcclfully
fili;i;cl to tlio-o lonutor. that ft
wai time to tee to It that thu integrity of
republican government bo preicrved nt
hutne. However : nuttine tho moat char-
liable construction upon tbecounoot tho
pruidont, culling this not a crime or mis-
icinennor but an involuntary mistake, itlll
this great duty remained for tho cougrcj
to vinilleisto tbo constitution ot tko United
States. Had tho president crown lo great
tint we mutt submit 7 or bad thoconaraii
grown so small that they did not dare to
protest? Tlio senator from Wiiconiln
(llowu) had likened tho stnator from.Ma.
ancbusotu (Sumner) to Brutus; but b
should havo remembered that the dagger
of Brutus wni not leveled at his parly, but
mat weapon went uraigni into ino neon
of uesarisni. And ii senator would re
monitor lhat the world bat ilnce agreed
to call lirutui the noMest ltotnan of them
all 'applause in tbo gallerie, the vice-
president ripping m ordor;. now could
tliesoniitor who voted to impeach An
drew Johnson on testimony vague and
uncertain, now do lmtlmn vote for these
resolutions to check Grant? Ilcfrrring to
various historical instances In which dis
tinguished military chleflnlni had proven
lumvntaMo failurci In civil ad
min strntion. ho said that the
military exploit ot tho Dukoof "Welling
ton avcl his dwelling at it Inter day from
buing pelt'il with stonos by tho populaco
becausii of his ministerial policy. Though
a rgeat general, Wellington tnrned out a
blundering minuter, similar instances oi
military incompetency in civil utfairs and
luminary punishment inflicted for such a
cause in'nnclcnt time wcro referred to.
Ho appealed to tho supporters of tho pres
ident not to mako Sun Domingo a teat of
party fealty; for no party could loar tho
load of such a wrong. Thu Kopubltcan
party could not ntTord to placo itielf in tho
attitude of having committed theio acts,
but should leave tbo responsibility for
them with tho preiidcnt ulone, whero it
belonged.
FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
jtunritveuono.
Mm. E. A. Wilson, a rcipected lady of
Murphyiboro, died last week.
Dr. Ormiby, of tho tamo place, Intends
to leavo It for tho orango groves of
Florida.
According to tho Argus, tbo movements
of "Jack Frost" aro suspicious. Untceim
to have evil designs on the tender vegeta
tion of that section,
Albright has nt last got settled In hli
new home. For the last two months, hli
intended removal to Mttrpbysboro hai
furnished a regular weekly local to tho
Arym nnd tho IltiM.KTiK. Hut his pa
ginations betwven tho two cities are ended,
Murphysboro can claim him for her own,
and Cairo will tigh
Tu find him on her (treats,
An1! In her courts no more.
COMMKHCt:, MO.
Mr. Henry Skenes, the Statu Tompor
unco Lecturer, talk to tho citizens of Com
merce, Mo., on tho ovlli of intomperanco
to-morrow evening.
That was a bold thief who itolo tho
lior.o of Mr, Albort Ureer In Commerce
Tho homo was hitchod to a post whilo its
owner attended to bis business. When ho
went after hi horse, he found him not,
and on inquiry learned that a man bad un
hitched nnd Jed blra off. A company
started In pursuit, but tho thlaf bad mado
good hi escape, i ,
MKTnorons,
Mr. II. 1). Schmidt proposes moving to
Chicago. iXK
Cock lighting and Due Ball ara Young
America's amusement In ilstropolls.
Tho German boys ara'.taklua; measures
to organlzoa lirasi Baad. J '
Tho ' painful rumor" that Mr. T. B.
Hicks had committed si Icldo, bas had tho
fmln extracted from It by tho Information
that Hicks etill lives and has no intention
or shuffling oft" tho mortal coil.
I'INKilXrVILLE.
Dr. A. 11. llogard bai rccolved tho ap
pointment of Examining Surgeon for hii
district.
Tho Manner indulges In an exclamation
pointed hurrah over tho fact that work
bit been commenced on tbe cistern end
.nt the Chester A Tamora railroad.
O0LC0NDA.
Two boys who hare been confined injall
at thii place bavo beon scntonced to tho
IjienllenUary for stealing.
Tha Popo Countf Sliblo Hoclcty will
meet At Iho Union Church on the second
Tuosday of April.
Oarii i.
Col. John M. Crobi paid a short visit to
bis family, returning to Washington last
week.
PERSONAL.
'ram:is Anne Kimball It In Rom.
Oeorgo Sand l to itnrt n nr-w dally In
l'ar!.
A granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson
has Just died In Virginia.
Itnv. It. M. Hatfield, of tho Wabash
Avenuo church, Chicago, is about to leavo
that city for Cincinnati.
A rich Englishman named Dulton, re
cenlly di-cossed, left $10,000 to tho family
of iho late General Hoberl E. I."e.
Mrs. (5eorgt Francis Train has leased
he marine villa nt Newport, and contem
plates a European tour during tbe turn-
mir.
General nnd Mri. Ilurnslde have left
their residence at Providence, K. I., for
Now York, having determined to reside
henceforth In the lail named city.
Hoc let y os Wouttii.
Tliackerav. in one of his "Koiuidabout
Paperi, afd: "It is bttlor for you to
pass nu nvening, once or twice a week, in
a lady's drawing room, ovon though the
conversation li slow and you know tho
girl's songby heart, than in n club or tavern,
or pit of a theater, All amuicmenti of
outh, to wnicn virtuous women aro not &a-
Ittisl'Jali'ilNaKMlsliAi In
KkHtJWItlo'mwVettixAtoit anil are
atupi4jM4'Juva'jjrJU anirotrott
agairunwawa arc; fin,, -a oar awasryarara,
who tire jucking the, bulls yf billlnrd cties
II night, call female toointy Inilnld.
oetry is uninspiring to a yokel; beauty
its no ehnrmcs for a blind man : musio
does not please a uoorjju&it who does not
! . ... I ' . ..
Know- one luno iruni anovoer, iiu as
a truuejucuro it hardly ever tirud of water,
sauce flndUrownbrenc. and bttttor, I protest
I can sit for a whole- night talking to a
well regala'ed, kindly Woman, about her
glrl.Kanny or her boyTronk, and liko tho
crcolag's cnterUinuiont. Ono of tho great
boncfltt a man tony derive from woman's
society is that bo bmtnd Is to-be repectful
to fcer. The habit ii of great good to
your morals, men, depend upon It- Our
education.-wake -us- tha-most eminently
selllsK'wss In lis warld. Wo flght for
ouriclvf . wo push for.irurselvos, wo yawn
for ourselves,! wc light our pipes aud say
wo don't go eat, we' prefsr oorwlve and
our case !"n;i(t tho 'gretfteat bcneDt that
coitus to a man from a woman's society Is
that ho has totbink of somebody lowborn
be is bound to bo constantly attentive and
respectful."
... .' ' ' -
Uortrmer, Mo)H Mia 1 -at kawtsst
, mmmwrmi yf
"e append'a iommarV of't bri
and of the votes on twhicll. Qor.- HoWea
bas i been convIcUd -and removed from
office. ,'Tba KalelgU J pafrs stato so
palpable -svas his gulU, rrom-tba evidence
submitted; that im three of the articles ho
was convicted wjth the. aid of K.-ldlcal
1. That-WW.,i4.4avslssl Uciiw John
Uurinicot,.p4 osW; iMUtXim-
Derate, lawless Mdvaraaemctf.' u -ieize'.
detain and deprive JoaUVv Turner, Jr., of
nt uoony." ontrswy w ibwv vote Ayes
w, noes is. , . ,
'J. That W- W- Holder) .did procure Col,.
Kirk, Lietik.iOergea.-Aad Dtaer desperata
persons, of his so-called militia, to assault. J
seize and Imprison John Kerb, Hamuol V'
Hillruhd (fiber lt(ana ot KortU CV.IIn.,
contrary 1,0. wjy, vote Ayes o,
4. Tl.ut W. W. irolden did, by aassrinW'
anil llVKS Auiw, Biscay' i.iuLwir u.,iap
of Canst 3l iCoiintv. and direct Kirk to hold
them as priaoaera. Inr denanco of tho wrlH
of habeaa-corpas'Iisueby ihachlef JusUca
of the stajp.. Vote Ays 41 Jlnoes f ' t "
w nil.' . il- -nr l J.. a i a iM
Joslab Tutno,.4riisVtWn.':of' North
Carolina; wWbout Wairakt of l4w. anl did'
also, uodarihis antbority, diraot'K.lrk. aad
o'.hors. to aana bv--tho:nbek'PattOTt. Mur.
ray, and other citizens of Northv't'ar6Hns,"
a.- I , .1. .rt I..' If.'..!.. I. I
men tuiiijj in i no pence ot liju ,(aWi "'lu
did, from (hopubJiutrCasUry'iif tno people,
appropriau-iargaauuts uisswney to mata-
tain his sWaHMl,iUlt.'forco..vV
Ayos,i3
ikimllU
HMftt llts.m i LI' I'ttOJl
O.Thi:,::Huldih4W,.wWiViy;
approprf'mg" suau of aaeyrVom
tho public treasury, and did cause tbo
treasurer of the state, a sworn public o flic or,
to disregard and destroy tha Injunction
granted by tho courts of tho state, restrain
ing blm from useing tho state funds to
maintain bis armed and illegal force.
Votes j-Ayes 80 ; noes 1j; 4
tAK
ment
1 Iiij'OKAiiTauriip-Thf excittv
throughout' tho country, occasioned
by the late revolutionary movomont In
Parts, lias at last spoai to Cairo, apd; baa,
been mado manifest In tho anxiety of
overy man of good tssto to have his boots
and shoes msde by Eblers, who is Me boot
and sbbe maker of tho city. Ills shop is
on 20th itroet, nearly opposite tho court
bottle. tt
ALONE WITH (IOD,
Alone with rliee, my tivs I alone itli Th-e !
Thus woulds'i Thou hare It sllU thus lot It U,
There la a ccrrt meaaur In earh mind,
W'h'ch nonxcan Cml
Uut k)io miule 11 none beside can know
Its Joy or woe.
Oft rnny 1 enter It, pprwseil by tare,
Ami !1di1 Thee there;
Ho full of watchful lot. Thou knowest the why
Of crery Sign.
Than all Thy rlKlit'Oiis dcalliii;a shall I aee,
Alone with Thee, my Uod t alone with Thee.
The joya of earth aro like a summer's day,
Kail ins away;
Hut In the twilight wo may better trsxo
Thy wondrous urnee.
Theliome ol earth are emptied oft by death
With chilling breath l
Tlmloird departed (neat may ope no more
Tnn well known itnori
Hull in that chamber aalwl thoii'lt dwell with me,
,nn i wiiii i iiee, my uou i aione w.vn i nee I
'lie wnrlit'aflse reice would bid me enter not
That hallowed ahol I
.And eartjly thomhla would billow an Ihe track
To hold metvk,
Or seek to break Uir. aaervd peare within
With thla world', din.
Het, by thy trace, I'll cut them all ande.
iilinir ci urii.r , -
And nerer let lhat clislel leerteii b.
Where I rr.ay dwell ulone, my (lod, with II;".
Ids war may mite t-keep thou the eltatlel,
Ami ail la well.
And when I learn tha fullness of thy lot
With thee nliTe
Whrn every h'art enprea br hidden crlef
Khali Hnd relief
When err.ry weary aoul eball liiid il ret
Amld't Hi" blet,
Then n'l hit hert, from am and sotrow Irt'
Thall be n temple, mert, my f!od, for Thee I
-ILlTlng Age.
THE ROMANCE OF THE OLD.
Ibarssslssa; Nior ol si dirt's roll i e Beta
atsd ass Msl kaa'a UralltsaalF.
On a bright afternoon of tho summer of
18C7, the young ladies of Miss Stubbing'!
lolect boarding school, at Withcrnsua, in
the district of tho Holdernoss. county of
1 ork, r.nciano, were out lor tneir coniti
tutional promenndo on tho North Sea
Sitndt, under thu decorous supervision of
their "nend-teacher." Withcrniea is an
out-of-the-way, stupid, monotonous place,
and a diurnal march through it, oven with
tbo grand old ocean In viow, is not a cus
tomary oxorciso fraught with exciting In
terest generally ; but on this occnilon, at
least three of Miss Stubbing'! young la
dles, who nnppened to bo in tlio rront rank:
of thu Jaded fairy proccuslon, believed that
tlioy had nt any rate inumi a subject to
spoculatu uuou In luu person or an elderly
gentleman, who I impel along just before
them on tho sands and was no native
Vorkshtreman. W hen girls in their teens
can be Induced to. lake a keen social Inter
est in nn unknown lame old man, there is
an almo't total Implication or a total
dearth of young men In that neighbor
hood, and even an ciiual scarcity of nearly
very earthly object of attraction. Indeed,
at all three of these three particularized
young iludo'its tubsoquen tly declared. It
Wus a real trust for them lo seo anything
mote absorbing than an occasional Alber
ts ae In their promenade; and hence, even
the light of n hobbling but woll-drestcd
old gentlcmnn was sutilcient to gain their
clou-st attention.
As thoy watched and gained upon blm
he, becoming suddenly aware of their
proximity, mndo a too abrupt effort tdstep
out of their way, nnd In trio uction drop-j-ed
the gotd-hended ennoby which ho was
assisted to walk' Two of tho nearer
scholaitic licautics could not help giggling
audibly at the llttli accident, to ino vory
obvious irritation of tho object of their
mirth: but the third, a Ml-s Dugglebv.
acting promptly upon tho llllal instinct of
a good neart, instantly picKtu up me nu-
ien wiiiKing-iiick, and witu uiuiuing
trrnoo restored it to tho discomfited old
gentleman. Ho betrayed all of tho quick
annreciatlon of aise fur such a pretty
tribute or rcnoci irom uiuniiv uijiiLTJiiess
: '. . . . , .i
youth by warmly thanking her who had
shown mm tuo graceiui attention; and
not only this, but, availing himself of tho
privilege of his yours and apparent station,
?ucstloncd liur concerning her namo and
itmily. Having lesrned that she was tho
orpunneu ;rauu-unu;iiw; ui .ui. inni, ui
Holmton, near Wi'.hernsoa, bo shook her
bv Uio band nnd thanked her anow.
Sly own name," addl he, "Is Gllmour,
and I am here, temporarily, an Invalid,
as you may perceive, lor tho benefit of
tea Sir anu naming, i u noi turgui your
Dolltcncss to an old ma n, my dear, and
bono wo may meet again: but, in case wo
shouldn't, Pd like you tolct mo prescntyott
with tho meant to purchaio a little trinket
or something as a memorial of vour kind
ness Jto mo. With what self-possession
sbo oould sumreon under tbe curious stare
of ;ber teacher and schoolmates,
the ' blushing girl delicately but
11 r inly rofusod tho proffered memo
rial; and after a fow moro words of
approbation, the lamo old gentleman
limped onward as before, and the school
proceeded with its "conttitutfoal." Mr.
ullmbur was pot seon again after that
day by any of tho enchanting proinonadors;
but it presently became known In thosom
inury that ho wns a wealthy widower, of
the lt'o morcantllo shipping house of
Mlimouriv s.o., ot t.onuuu aim uueuoo;
aj e i.. e..-,l. an.. r , i. . .
"twd front henceforth Miss Duggleby was
awvrcllessly ''chatl'eti'1 (school girls do
"chaff') about tho rich and gouty old beau
whom she had found on tlio sea shoro. As
nothing moro was beard of him. however.
,1116 joko gradually died away, tho incident
railed ;oul or general memory, nnd With,
crnscabocamu moro dull thun cror. In
two vesrs thereafter, tbe heroino of tho
forgotten adventure, having received all
ino schooling inni nor limited moans
would justify, returned tober grandfath
er's hamble liomo nt Holmton, whore, In
tho household duties incumbent upon ono
la .hux contracted sphere of life, slio
soon ceasod remoboring tho ono varying
. spatodo of her school days. Tho old, bow
bavo bettcrmemories than the young
iTjiuL'ii niniK, mm air. uumour proved
inuv ur couiu ou moro romant q man voutn
itsolf.j J
Just beforo the breaking-up of Miss
Stubblngs'S school for tho last holidays,
Its catlier and latur scholars were in u
J;reat (utter ovor nows of a lettor which
id; hut been received by tho grand-
daughtct if Mr; Dtrd, of Holmton, Hav
ing explained to ho Utor scholars who
tnatgianddauebter was, and how sho had
onco folongcd to tho school, and hud
plckedup an old gentleman's cano for hint,
tho eaVller scholars proceeded tu,relst,
wfcat, says the Eastern Mdmhy AVim. were
tho actual content! of the aforosald letter.
It' was front thooxocutora of Mr. Uilnmu.r,
recently deceased, and,' In 4ua lefal form,
aamwaceJ to tbe astounded MissDugglebv
that the late wealthy morel ant bad. by bis
la-t will and testament, bequeathed to bor
ft0M bis personal estate lit sum of 100
per annum, In acknowledgment of nn act
of graco which shn had onco rondored to
him at Wlthcrnsea, In HolJcrncsi
V urthermoro, tho testator, realizing that
his young friend'i circumstances
ns nn orphan could not have bpon
such oi to pormlt tho finished tuition the
might desiro, wished her to proceed to
London, whero hit ion and daughter, of
nearly horownyoars, wore being odttcatcd,
and, onterlnffthe same first-class snmlnnrv
with hli daughter, as her sister, be educated I
exactly as she, at hli (tho testator's) cost.
Finally, ho added to his bequest and re- I
(i i. n. I . AlAn.M, ,11-.., I . t . . ! . I
l,UI. 1111 VIVlt. UIUIIIUIIU 4 llll, U PILeiU
memorial ot s iincrnsca; anu accom
panying this gom thcro M-ns nlso n hand
so mo present of jewelry from tbo ton nnd
daughtor, who, in a supplcn.entary Joint
letter of their own, heartily approved
what their departed fathor hud to chival
rously done, and warmly urged their now
sitter to come to them in London as soon
as possible. Such a vast return of good for
tuno from such imnll Investment of natu
ral politeness ns she had deemed hers to
be. could scarcely command tho credulity
of tho orphan of Holmton nt lint. Jlut it
was nil Into; an old man's grntltudo hud
been a romance to hnr far moro fruitful of
happy realization lliun sho could havo
looked for reasonably In nnv yonng man's
romancing; tho will goto London on tho
tlrst of tlio coming May, ns requested by
her benefactor's executors and children :
and, in viow of thu nxlstnnco of tho ion so
ready to inherit his father's chivalrous sen-
timont, It ii legillmnto to predict a not
rctnoto return oi Hint memorial diamond
ring to tho Gllmour boue and nnmo!
BOOTS AND SHOES.
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BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
TWENTIETH STHEKT,
Between Washington Are & Pophtr St
llootaand IhoeaMaslstlollrilar. I'lssra
Workmen Ksnployed.
Satisfaction Warranted
Patronaice h'ollcltcd.
JOII.V UIXAIVO'M NAI.OO.V
laauppllod with all klssda ol
SUPERIOR LIQUORS
Seaosra avXe tstoo..
ON COMMERCIAI. AVENUE
Petweea Kignth and MnlhStreela,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
e thirsty, hs lose good Ilo,uoi, should glre
Mm a rail, and the who want a
CIGAR
i.'au hate their want supplied at his liar.
JOIIX GATfEN
Proprietor of the
Billiard Saloon and Bar Boom
EI Dorado
loo Commercial Ave.,
Cairo - - - - Illinois
REAL ESTATE BROKERS-
Q VI.NTO. Sl CO.,
(Succetaora to JohnC). llarman a Co,,)
REAL ESTATE
AUCTIONEER
74, Socond Floor, OHIO LEVEE
Ctolroa Xll.(
Buy un Soil Ileal Estate
.X'MNiail ABMTHAS'TN SK TIT I.I
AMIS Sfl:iASIitCnVKYAM,'E
SlfALLNDH
FURNITURE.
B.
H. llAKUUL,
DEALKK IN
FUItJMTUltE
Bar Fixtures,
UUSSWAUK and HOUSE FUKiiHU
INO (iOODS,
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Ctoiro, IIIIiioIn.
COLLEGES.
Ell'CATIO.
HELLMUTH COLLEGE
Iloanl ami Tuition pvr aaniiiii,
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
Inanauraled by ll, H II I'rliiee Ariliuy. BoaiJ
ami tutloii tmrainmni.aii'J. I'rraUeni.theWrj
It t l.i.llinulli.Ii. I'.. l''i a"a ror
arti4iUraapply lo Major Ksana, I omlon, Caaada
VOI QITACKN.
A iliha ot varly Indianrrtloa, causlnj nertou
debllliY, premitm ilecay. cui., Imviug irlnl
sery aUnertUed remo lr. naa a simple nivana
eif.uura, which ho wilt ienj free lu his fella
tuferers. Andre.i: J. II. TUTTLE,
!SMmlai Tasaual., s.N
GROCERS.
.6
f THE MOVi:."
H. IY1. HULEN
GROCER
AJftl
Confection Merchant
Ucmnvrd to Ills Old Mta
U Coiiimeicial Avenue
Where haeollei la a cotjtini,0cWnf ftrbn'a'f
ins former enilo mera.aawslt aa thai nf aainaa
new ones as may want prime RrocerlM, protlaioasj
etc., rvuiaxkaliy cheap for cash.
Terma t Strictly raali, for whirl, be wilt .-
owcr than the lowest. 'm
Q n. wim.iajisox,
GROCER
sr
MWISNIs MV.UVrtAST
'o. sit Ohio Uvec,
CAIRO. ILL.
Hpeclnl altrutlou Blven lo CvMalgsa
Silriilaand PllllnsT Orilarw
W. Stratton. T. Him.
JTKATTOX tV III K l,
ilcceeeoM toblratton, lllin.no 1rU.
Wholowitle
GROCERS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
137 OZXZO liBVJDH
CAIRO. ILL.
Agents ol Aiiierlrats I'narilsr Co., anal
Sfniiuracliirrra Aarssta for f.'ottass Vnra
N5IYTII A i'O..
XVXXrXjX2a9la.XjXJ
GROCERS
OHIO LEVEE.
XXaXaXONTOXaB.
Also, luwp eonstsntly on head a tnon roan-
plete atoelt 'ol
LIQUORS: WHISKIES
Scotch and Irish WhlskJecn q-..
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
WINBB.
Wo are aeenta tor J. lleid ,t Co.'a Olslirate
WIIKKLI
We sell exclualsety far Cah, to which .set
lamo the. attention ofclo.e bargain buyers
Special attention siren to filling order.
wa r
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
D K rarbi-r ll. K. Hlake
pAKKEIC aV ni.AKL'.
pealsr in
WHITE LEAD. ZINC, OILS
Window r.laiH ami Putty.
Brnahea, Wall Paper, Wlaelow ties
05 OHIO J.EVEK,
Cairo - - - - Illinos
yM. II. NCHUTTEH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealsr
......IK
Wines, Liquors
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
ARrn. for best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE
, AP......
Ziuportod Jk.Xm ofdll
forout Isclnctawa
No. 75 OHIOLETEE
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
F.
91. NTOCKFI.ETU
(Uenor to Pohle a SlockAelb)
Hectltlcr nnd Wholesale Ialf r let ft
clgn and Dowrstc
LIQUORS, HfllfES, ETC.
78 Ohio Isevee,
CAIRO. - - - ILL.
Ilekeepson h in I const aatly, full stock of
Old Kentucky Bourbon, Hye aad Mku
ongaiieia siuisaios.rrcucn urn
oies uouatMi lain, -juim i
mm
uati L'aiaftrnla YHmd
anSClIf, ; .X
I
'Cri A M
SUMERWELL-fcBAfflD'
CAIRO. fUJLSOlH. ,Ui
tr prepared lake eoulracls for laltiMtut
oslcg ho aeaof any a se old sscslpl1 en, dan,
other kin lof work in Iheirline.
lhey Iihto all lha muhinery applianoea for r
moilnj; or ruising bousea on abort notice, sad a
astuia of pu bile pal roaaas. aovesf
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