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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, APRIL 13. 1871.
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permanent mcuhii will wsrra.it
iri'iAittr'iik cl th" rltiifns of Cairo,
OftVM Flmt .Niin) tusk
JAN. 1, 1871,
fire Iisnrco injiiy
hmnml a4 Ntremgm MhimI
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nrcharter of the company, th Mutual mm
Ur arar&poaaibla for r-ymnt of nil loot.
whalhar uadar Mutual or &h l'ollclf, thu
Most Boliablo Indemnity
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lucirtikAoriuivi of Co. iliirlu
p.t 12 innnlli - H'iL'tyf? 2f
Vinount for oi durltijj ...
During the past thirty years tho Lycom
, ng.Irv.urance Company hsi paid over
t4ff 0.c)nif, amounting to $M7,
na Sinn Jown iou, .iet,
so ta,oa ia.
H-iuiOoU, ill'.. January W .
, PfxafH wrtit (TyoiniUK Kirw uurueOpm
t'ai'as JrtMlfeiWlth thJnw, anUH yuibor.
UJt.)dVulnMi lllinoK. 1 .
Tour iroly, K. C LirPiKCOtT.
.... - "5 -Aai.i cite
OSlosluWlBUr't Block, rorntr TtastrMtaad
Mucn indignation is excited by the
fact tkatit is piopo&cd to allow the dc
puttinenl clerks the privilege of voting
at the approaching municipal election
in Waaliiugton City, which h not to
deprire thotn of their right to vote' at
their respective homci. Tha Demo
crats propone to contest their, claims to
vote inasmuch as their vole will elect
the Republican candidate.
Elox 0. Burnt is atprewai thenea
satioa ia St. Louis politics. Elected
by the Democrat" Democrat, to
the city council, he accepted tho presi
dency of that body at the hatido
of the Kadicalc. Mr. Smith ex
plains his courM by caving that he ac
cepted the office to prevent a hitch in
the workings of the council, as there wo
a tic, and ltndical declared their inten
tion of standing out solidly for all tho
offers or nothing, in cn'O he rcfii'cd to
accept the office at their haud, and by
voting for liiuifclf reoure it. Mr. Smith
annoaaces Ins iutention ot suportin(r
the administration of Mavor Hnnvn,in
The three classes excepted from the
benefiUnfthc (jcncr.il Atnno.ty Bill
arc as JoIlnw. :
Firt, nietnbvrs of the cougrc.'s of
the United State who withdrew there
from and aided the Rebellion , ,-ccoud,
officers of the army and navy of the
United states, who, being abovo the
age of 21 years, left aid army or navy
ad aided the ; rebellion j hirM, mem
jbera of tho Mtc! couTeilons which
: i . . .. -
adopted the ordinances of acromion,'
who toted for the adoption of such or
dinances. Before an? tron nhall he
entitled to the benefit of this act. he
shall, within the district whero he re-.'
sides, before a clerk of eomo court of
the United State or a Uuited State
MBBiiarioatain a4 nWribe to an
oath or an aCruatiou, to , Migport the
constitution of the I'nitedl'ltatcs, aricj
te hear trwe faith and aJIcgianoc to the
same, wlticli oafh orafKrmation fliall be
forwarded by said officers to the Sccie
tary of State of the Uuited States, who
hall cauto a list of ail. person, comply
ing with the proriMODK of this act to be
laid before congress at the opening of
each pension thereof, and the officer bo-
fore whom such oath or affirmation is
made, hhall give to tho pen-on taking it
a certificato of tho fuct, under huch
forms and regulations as the Secretary
of State may prescribe.
Tuk first nffeetivo step) toward tho
restoration of order in the South, and
obedience to the law onthepattof all its
citiicns.havbcen taken in the Congreva
of the Uuit4 States, by the passago of
tno Ueneral Amnesty Hill in the House.
It was passed by sixty Republicans in tho
IIouso and three or four colored mem
bers joining with the Democrats to veto
for it, r.storestq all the rights of citi
Mship in the, SoMth a. number approx
imatiug to' 17,994 iraow. Tjio Sen
ate will act upon .thia bill thisweok, and
there is no doubt but that it wall be
The' war between tho section cloud
bix years ago. Shortly after the South
laid down her aims it was found there
was a disorganising element within her
borders, which refused to recogoitctheJ
authority of the law. As a body, the
South was no longer iu a belligerent
attitude for any purpose of harm to
the common government, or ialentio
to renew the war of secession, it waa as
powerless as Sampson after Delilah had
shorn him of his locks. Forgetting'
thia kot, the mdicaltiusaiaiiiatiou exag'
gcra(ea'the acts of violence, in the(
South, legislation for h'er benefit ''waft
begun, and it is safe to xay, that one-
third of the time of the Congress of
the Unitod-States,,withia'tBo bix year
since tho close of tho war,thaa. been.
spent in devising ways and means to
reconstruct the shattered eeenU of
Southern government. Reconstruction
acts vy! Wen Iwndments to
the eonstrNtiottibave'beeu adopted, in-
yesUgaung comtaittpea, havq been ap
tiointedto visit tho disaffected Oates
amJiiporMlACir pooiUa,K Like Ossa
lipoHPdibffpilW ecu congress-
South, a mMBtaia of tMBeetwai ugtsia
tioo, boueath which is found that por
tion of the government in very nearly
tho same unreconstructed states in which
the eloso of the war left her. This
state of affairs is owing to an nnumoly
iu government. The ability, which
could profit by a knowledge of the fine
art of statesmanship, acquired by study,
thought and close observation, has been
employed iu tho private walks of life,
while the delicate and complicated ma
chinery of state has been ruu by in
competent, ignorant and inexperienced
s But the passage of the Ocncral Am
nesty Dill h the beginning of a better
state of things, lladical authority is
not .wanttpg to prove that the rclora
Hon of thcSonth must be eflected by
flic intelligence, power and inflticnytj.of
her hMt citizens, iif n portion whore
thcie (jualities will have their due
weight on the mas of the people.
The Dostou AJrcrtitrr, tie leading
Radical organ of Massachusetts, de
clares that :
-The tfouli iMt bu reouitstru-itfd, if at
all, by Jt iistursL JnsJuritli-j men of
lirHini, ulmmcUr Hiid lliflui-ncn ino.1 of
whom, of enurtc were In th Into war."'
The Chicago Tribune, in comment
ing on a speech made in the IIouso by
Mr. )l:rge, the colored, reproeutativo
of the CiiarleHon Dibtrlct of South Car
olina, in illicit he ktated th'Jt "no leg
islation would be Mifficicnt for the
South uulcss political duabilitit'i were
removed,' says; "Mr.Dc Large tells the
truth when ho states that, to emanci
pate this class of pcMon, perhaps the
uokt intelligent and competent of the
wholo population, and upon whom' the
greater portion of taxation falU, would
be to plaoe the control of the Demo
cratic urganixHliou iu ll.ofo states in
the hands of men deeply iutereMed iu
preserving law and order. Twenty-five
Democratic leader!, owners of proper
ty, ropctcd by, all clssse l'or.their.per
soual integrity, ami their intellectual
ab.illtywtjnld eVworo, in one week, to
VuT4ireatbc'fW:klnx than a regiment
of noldierfl woiild accomplish in a year.
Tf the people of Um Jfortli.will examine
thia Wstion they will fiad thai Mr.
Do Large, has not ggeraUd the im-
porunoo of a'juincipating the white of
the Rebel Sutes."
MR CHICAGO TRAGEDY.
The ruccnt homicide in Chicago,
in which Dr. E. S.Scanland was . snot
by his brother-in-law, 1 S. Lnonard,
has caused tunch vxitemcut in that city.
The following description of the de
ceased man, his wife, and tho prisoner,
is from tho Chicago Times:
DR. X. fc. bCASLAXD.
Dr. Scantand was a roan about 23 yean
Of ug, and was born in Kentucky. Ho
wa a. regularly educated puyiicUn, and
haU.resWcd in this cjty tome six or aeven
veart. lie married MIM Icnus-1 lomo
fonr years ngo, andaineo that.tinitt lias re
. iaa" on lha south side a nart of the time,
and a nart oftho time on the north side,
and about a year aeo he moved into the
houio with bit brotbcr-ln-law, with wbom
ho bad lived to the time of tuo (rncedr
lail oveninc. ' Ho km a man who stood
tix feet one inch In bight; was broad
tboulderod and finely proportioned, and
worn lent; black half and bUke"- In
hort. rattier u nnr. dsthinir-lookinKroan,
His immediate rvUtlvat live somewhere
In this State. At the timo of bis death
ho wai medical eiarninor for on of the;
insurance compnnlni in this city.
MhS, DU. SCAKLAXI),
tho wifdof-Dr.; Soanland, I a woll-koown
llt.rurv lAJvof thl eltv. known to the
wibljO loth through hur'maiden namoof
marred title, and through vuriout nom
me 4e plume. Sho has pubtlihinl two
botiki, ami has been a very constant .con
tribulurto journiliim horn und in Ken
tucky She !) ona C''IH, fflrl aUiut
two vear' of nz.
Purcoy Allen Lotnard I about !J3 years,
of , and tbo son of Dr. Leonard, a veil
known physician hero, who died about five
years ugri, Leonard walKrn In Kentucky;
received imr jniai,",i "
commercial house in Louisville a ship
ping elcrk. Ho camv o Chicago about
ton year ugo. .tuur m i
he obtained the position of mill agent on
the Chicaeti and "0 ismnu
raiiroau,.wjiijo nyooni iij.wv.
.months .iigo,, ,vh?i hn j wi re
moved in consemience of a chango ot. ad
ministration. A yur ago ho was ap
iwiiitwl t)lrk. In the 'Chicago pottotBc
under Cojonni Bastman which bn still re-
Astnblachitracter. he if spokfUi
ofas'agood, inoflunsivo young Jiiau, .of.;
rBlifrtous seotimenis, uiiuouhj wn u.i
'drinks, pUv';btllinrdor. cards, or has ah
bad habits. In fact, he has beon u model
in tiui. rimio-H. Ho was married last
fall to tho dahihTeF of Mr. CriU?ndcp,-ab
commission merchant '' cijm-'v.
was bU intention, ui swm a tjo could accu
mulato fufflciunt funds U study law,
'ofh'iiitWQ'slUers 'has-(lev61vod upon him,
lie Is'rotlccnt and undemonstralWemuang
trsnuers. but quite cominunlcutlyQ .and
'VolttHslalmonti tUe'whom beknowall,
Hete' VeWi generally rupeoteeVia the
nelgbborhoiidr Coloael Kastman stre he
wn one of tho most' rollnblo men in his
the rniio.vr.ii's htatkuknt or tiik jh i-"-
XiCULTV. ,,, .
IProm tlie ChiC4o KpuUlran, April S J
Our reporter electing his opportunity
procooded to the Union ftreot station,
and whh IntroducnJ to tliu prisoner, llnv
ing been informed of tfio tireicncii of a
Hepublicun rcportur, Mr. Leonard then
proceeded ut follow
There can bo nothing, as you know,
mid Mr. Leonard, of any account wheru
thcro l not a woman at the bottom.
There i a woman at tho bottom In this
ce. Her r.smu i Mrs. , the
wlfo of the bulue munairer oftho
The wholo trouble may, in fact, be nttri
.tl in linr. She kind of. flirted with Vr,
Scxnland. Woll.lastovonlng I entered ono
of Dr. Scanland's apartment" (ho board
with meiaatl.SHWner picture lying on uic
table, ! throw U eiitof tho way. Dr.
flcanland aske me If 1 took it. I untwercd
"ves." Tho doctonth'n remarked that
tliu picioro wm nia. i leu onoriiy uiifr-
ward. 1 returnvd tliut nig lit nttor mid
night, I thfnk it waa al.ut l:SO. Tho
doctor demanded tho rotoratloii of tho
picture I told, him his blufl' gnmo vm
Tn-duy I wrnt to Lis office, corner of
Mitdiori und Httttu streets, about half-pint
ten. TrouMecutiiiucnvul hi words. Tnoi
result was that the Doctor repairiil to hl'
hickory ' imiio. 1 ciuno hump, and .
unt rny 'upper. " Came o'u'tand ul in tho
front 'door of tnv liouie, 132 .Tackicn
street. J)r. Ho'iiifnml approache'd, went to
tho side door, nM-rnded thcatnirannd came
down again. He aikwl my wlfo if slio
would uet n (tdinr for hU wile, ai nho Imd
just tuolnitid could notfiiidoiio. without
consiiJcralilo Im.ilile. .siy wiru ktarteu lo
l'o. whi.-n Dr. S; inlnnd mipronclit'i me. I.
nrofonnd rvtroatod towiru-t tho ttrvoi about'
tlftven feet. Ho hiol ono hand In Ills rear
lnx.kM, ar.d .Hoi rther on the flap of bli
coal. I p-urt'U un'ii to a tinnier oi iinriy
or thirty. tlv foot, whun I iirmiuecd my
Wi-spon'and cPsrlmrpi-d it. I then walked
tn t my bouci sr.ti nt down. I w
shortly after nrn-'eu.
.Sofuru. tho pitturi) i conrornedwlt
owned it. a I owned everything in tint
lioufc. 1 will not allcgun criminal intl
mary between Dr. Soinhuid and the wife
of II wpprarcd, a' it norr, thhti
M r, , was a patient, cihu w jlck.
Sho needed tho ervio( of a pliTScian.
Hut 1 r it could lw judged fmni thu fre-'
ijucncy of tho doctor' vWt, ilr. ,
wan tho sickest woman the world ovor
aw. I wat In to ice tiio Inisiiies iiintin
icr of tho mid tth.' to hi in utxmt'
the frcjufiicy of tho doctor" vMti. Hut
lio KMiiiiod nn Induce nt look, and pnttKl
It over with seeming Indltl'ercnco. J).-,
ik-nnland lm been boHrdinc with menio it
seven mOntbs.; Mysliler Agnes. Im been
Ooar.iltngjWiin r.ie jiih'ui seven uioiiiiir.
3ly Ustur Agnes na oecn ui wna ior,
about three vviirs. 1 am a clerk in the
1'ostofiV Heglstrjr Dopnrtmer.t.
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MsmtkM M Alasxe.
The illstiucuUhed rcholsr and hlttorlsn,'
Prof. Mvmmscn, In a publlslied letter
ayi: . .
"The population of Alsace U purely
Gorman, If we except a few valleys ln.tb .
Votges,) which aro French. Ono of our
most conscientious political economists cal
culated, before .the war, Unit but a seventh
part oftho A'shiImui undurttand French;
and SKiiln, but :t 'mull part of thoju use thw
linguage In domestic life. The country
poopfo and peaiantt universally spjak
nothing but German. How significant
was tho case of tho unli.cky French cor
respondent after tho battle of Worth, who,
limited like a true Frenchmen to his
mother-tongue, wni wandering alout In
his belle Fraiiee to Und an interpreter who
should explain hi want to thu peasants
of Aliaco! Kven those French who ml
grnto from eUouhuro into theso parts soon
asnlmllalo tin uimlv ami bcuumo cxtenr
ivolv Oermauizcd. French Is the on.
force'd medium of Instruction In tho pri
mary schools now; and thn single result
of this has been that tbo efficiency of lliuto
schools U no longer w.iut it was. Former
IvUio standurd of popular Instruction
hero was higher than in any other part of
Franco; now it has grcmiy laiien, anu
continues to do to every year. It wss
well said bv a worthy ccclciiastic that tho
war waged by- the Frunch govcrruixmt
unon tho Gorman laniruaijo wan a war-
gainst, tho religion, tbo morality, and thu
weil-ocini; HI mo cuumrv,
"Ileru in these Valleys you hear our
sonssand our loconds; and our literature
hit formed hero a nudum of opposition
a?altitt Paris, in revenmi for which the
Parisian makes tbo fooln hia comedy in
variably an Alsatian. Alsacu ctraped
that blow wliich undermlnod tho ttron;;
life of France 1 mean tho extirpation ol
thn liuBiiBuoti. In this Ill-advised pere-
eutlon wo' mav teo thu primary oauso of
tho doclinn of tno troncu. nation, just u- a
rampant Jesuitism ruined Austria. v
'In Protestant Alsacu, wosoo to this
day a liberal and nourishing theology,
maintalninc tho most Intimate relation
with' our German theologians and-main
Ing theso in tpito of tho obstacle oil'
Ply. tho srovcrnment iri" imisting that
tlm eoursesshall be delivered In tho r reneh
language. was only very lately that
the $jrH,ourg :pofeior wero lamenting to
motrutitbuylwere thus compelled to ban
don thu uso of German In thu schools,
' Now ;wliatkl hnvu.saul of Alaaeis U
rouallv truo ofGnrman Lorndr.e, thut
.1.. . ..,1.1 ...I.I..U ...tl
Allemagne, as IV wa caueu, wiueu uuui
1751 conducted all I la official affair, in
Gorrt!in;nd stlll pre'erves this languago
In Its private life. Gorman lirralno In
eludes part of tho department uut tf the
Meurthoand the Moseiloand Uio cantons
of Saar. Hy tho account of tho French
mlnlstor of instruction, made out In iBCft,
in 70 communes oftho department or the
.Mourtlie.out of -tl.&O? inliahitants only
fi.870 could speak the' French language;
while umong tho-o who ultctided tho'
sohooUj in number tl.BlO 'J.4U0 only could
bo said to speak it correctly.
' Th'o city and canton of TIilonvlll.i--
T)Toilunkofon wo call it ro compieieiy
Grman. In Uil sajno, ihhii"-, jm vm
c((hliri"i;'s & I.dxumburg, souoiyvar ago. a
wholo villuiie with the prifsts ut their
head, went .up. to the, malrio to protest
aailntf UiT forcibw f.iniwrtlon of tho
Frelicu'lariguage; TlwarVa rcsino beloro
thn Snnt.. In Purls: how it all elided il
ferfeeaiibt duuhtle ono thinifj i tuo,
dneoration of tho mairie.
., t ' ,c . .i
MsVrbe NowYork IViiioiaasks i "Can
tno wpuBiiCJii pri i
'thlnk!;tj.tw. nearly doajato. at.
tempt anything of thst sort.
Tho negro lpgiilator ! an cxpcii-lvo
unlmnl, as tho tux payers of tiouth Caro
lina and Louisiana aro being iiiitdcavaroj
ho' psrticnlary to when the cost of his
antics come out of cmobdy oho' pock
et. Wo adverted a few days ago to the
cxccislvo taxation imposed on tho p-.-opIo
(whlts) of Soutli Carolina by a lejjislatttro
composed of nogroas and carpet bnggor
who own littlo beside what they steal and
ell their votes for; and now We have a
system of robbery Illustrated
In tho cnio of Louisiana.
Tho general appropriation bill p.vted by
tho late Ingislaturo of tnat stato mid pnl-
tished in tho official journnl (thov print
nil their laws, down there, in u ltndical
njwspaHir), is a.niarvel In tho way of big
Ugures; It is cnougn to niuK't n t'U-pay
cr's hair stand on end to road it. Tho to
tat appropriations amount toortr fix' mil
lion dnllamn rather frightful sum when
compared wi'h the eighty-live thousand
dollars which tho tit. Louis Kudl' nl orcsn
coff.plained Vm 1U mUUth of the
Missouri LoiJstiire had eot.
Tim lltlloltemr.r"sarrfes"aUorlMH 4.1,74V;
and charltablo Inrtttutlon take $."..37,000:
schools take SA7C.00O; trinl nt3'.0,000-
a sum that ought to iiihIhi Horace llcox.
niiiamrii 01 nimwni imerw on ihiiiiu.'u
I , .it.l . I . 1
debt J 1, 'J 1 7.H00 ; oouipeiisation to assi'ssors
and collectors 830.351 i militia (7.VO0ii ;
and mlscellaneons oxpcndlturos $970,;.",".
Under the head ol-salaries ooinrw tiio state
Auporlntondont of schools,, wlio receives
c-,uou, oesiaes vj.ww .or oo.i
tingctit espenses, J1,0I)0 fiir traveling ox-
penjcs, and SSOD; for onion
rent. 8,r00; tn nil; and
his, fcuorntary get S3,W per uutiuui, -ind
the five division superintendents g t S'.',
uW each, and h scolal nsiistatit siiporio
tendont Jn "cw Orleans gets 4,0o0. Thn
latter h h sscrotun' 'and a .m-mongcr,
whognt $4100; my thst tho total sum of
salarlfM paid to too uuti) ueDartmont of
el.oul I $2ii.OOO. .In tho wrutche.1 mid
Inglorious day before thu ivur, when
LotiMitmi was prosperous, the -jst or this
wholu. establishment w.i only S2,j'i') n
Tht ro.t of mrlih ludirui to tli . .into Is
lt'.),00i); tl) clerical forco in thuml.litur a
ollico co-ts $2'J,:oO; tho cm of oul und
.tiitionery ror tho senate l eiu,oiM persei
slioif thn ktuio printer eels 51'JJ.ouO:
country Ksdlcalirgiw get m much morn;
and in addition to'thK ihete are rtirl-
cates or indeiitcdnou l'ied to she .tte
printer und thcr Itndleal organs, to tho
amount of SI 10,000. To redeem f itiiliiles
of Indcbtednrsi Isiin-d for the legislature.
In 1S70. there is n appropriation of JI7.-
010; and for oiitliig.'M evpn, f the
due tc..slon them Is "on nppropvlstion of
.$ll.'oiM, Forxtr.il.iwviTs f.-., 1 1.t'.dO
Is set apart for pitying outstanding war
rants Issued by tlio'ho.ird of public works,
fSO.VO) Is appropriated, und at thn cud
iu vou iiiw ineru . u uiiuriirumm u;
. i.i. . i n" ! ... .
ft'C.fOO for tho Voymufitof u j'id--nent
agnlnlt tno statis, WUlcti nol-xly .oio l.i
know uhyiLing u"iiit.
Ti:3io Uuo tlgurc) will givi4 to popio In
this North soniu idt4 of w'hnt a cjiyrttHii?
system of -indlation ltndical rul in mna
'oft'ia .Soulhorn bt'.f I'. .liW m lit-
Tkii .Maidrr uf Sir. S t lllriiHrii In Hma
The trial tf Mrv Fair for uluutliig Mr.
Crittenden.- n distlosuislied lawyer. In
San Francises is now progri ssingi.'i that
city, it win bo r. '1110111 Liorcu tnat .Mr,
Crittenden left hi' own wire for tomo
years and lived with .Mrs. Fair, and finally
Her naving given ncranuo iiomo ana
itherwisupruvidod for her, left bar nnd
rejoined his wife nnd family. She was
determined to live her ruvongc, and sec-
ini him seated in a ijmbot between his
wUo find iun. wont unto him and shot
him through tho heart. Ho lingered for
woilays in grout agony and died. A pleeu
of his heart was torn away, and his lung
psrroratcd. Nie jutilled tho act, and
there aro many person in CalCornlii who
sympathize with her, principally on a
count ot tiiuir condemnation of Critten
den's conduct. Muny eminent criminal
lawyers in S.in Kranclico rcftised todo
fnu her, but. at lust Mr. Cook,- In consid
eration of a fee of Mu,ftOo, vonsentetl to
act at her coun'el, Tho defenso attempted
Mrs. Fairtcstitloil in lierown behalf.
Slio admitted having been murrlcd four
time onco since her adulterous connec
tion with Crittenden. Two of her hut
bund committed suicide: from ono ahe
obtalnod a divorce, and one was living
undlvorccd.. Whonsno married tun lust
two, sho avowed tho mot hclviiiiee.l l're.
love sentiment, docluring licrll Uritton
den's true wife in the sight of God, though
hi wifu, to whom ho had been married
twontv-lwo vears. and thn mother of hi
children, Is Mill living. .Sim said bur re.
cent inarriago with Snyder did not make
her his wife, because she did not lovo him.
Two women who applauded her for thl
avowal wero fined $5f each for contempt
of court. St u YorA Sttiivfard .
A Niw Nrslsm of C'ommtiiileatlou.
Tho Frovldenco (It. I.) Journal says:
"Two brothers living In this city about live
hundred yards apart, have established
cummun'citinn between tluouselvcs In a
somewhat novul mannur. An ordinary
half inch can uipo has been laid under
uround, terminating in thu front hulls of
lite housoj. in cacn end ot wuion tnero is
a whl. tie. such as is used in fpcttklnc tubes.
Thoy have u codo of common lenteiiio,
numliuredfrom 10 lo .10, und can thus Oli
ver) daily. Nos. 1, 2, 3, and -1 aro called
liy h inatiy abort whistles, No. fi by a long
whlsllt, No. o by a loin; and short'uhlatlu,
No. 10 by two long whittles, etc. Thodis
taiieii suenis to bo no olstacle, u willi nn
ordirn.rv efl'ort tho whiatlu is heard dl
lliicily In any parl.of house, and tho own.
er express tho opinion that it inli;lit I"'
aiipceaifnll v usedjfor ten tunes the dl.pince
or moit A f'o ufllclenuy oftho common
po.kiitir tub.) is limited to from 'JOO to 2.
I"Ct, HU pillll limy I'O maun oi pinvuvi
A Tow U sliico, at High Vralrie niar
,Loavworih, Kansa., Wiilo John teb
ttaicngaiol In cleaning out a well, the
walls caved in' and, burlod him. It was
supposed that ho was killed, and tlm pro
coi of diguing him nut. was npt burnedi
Five xlays days aftor tho atHsldcnt he wua
reiiched'and found to W alive. As soon
as ho was taken out Im declared himsoir all
right; Ho drank a glass of whisky, ate
sonio food, and smoked a.plpoof tobicco;
but several hour aftqrwiirdi h cotamaiU
ce'd sinking and sioRdledr -
Arrival of Or. IttJtuI) Id.
.Vnitiinr tho lafe arrivals at the Southern
Hotel it the woil known Dr. Hclmbold of
ow ork. If to bo wealthy bv ones own
exertions and by tho ulo of remedies for
moan nn is to no famous, men nr.
Helmbold is justly entitled to be called n
great man. His namo nd medicines an)
Unowil from one emlnflhn Uml l.'i tlm'
other, and tho person who has not heard
oi mem, musi Oa ouo wlio cannot road and
who lives in umo 'dodge. In a vast wilder
ness" away from tho oceupatlons and busi
ness of men. Through various vicissitudes
Helmbold has always emerge,! successfully
and now ho is beyond tho reach nf finan
cial disaster. This has been accomplished
partly by hi' natural energy -ind business
talent, but mora directly by thut sagacity
which enabled hitn to see ut a glanco thut
the press was the road to fmnu und fortune
Hu is tho very princo and potentate of d
vertl'cn. Hu appreciates that there Is no
Investment which pays as well as moniy
put in well prepared and puhllsbed'advei-
ttsouicnt'. and trio Hundreds ot tnouiands
of dollars ho annually expends in this way,
no rigntiy consider' mo mo,; rcmunorMivc
outlay iu his buslne opoiatlous, T. e
trutii ot tins principle of ii"llon is illus
trated in He!mlild's career. He paid tho
press to tell ttiu peopp, wn.-.i no lud to
sell. Tho pre to'd thn people, nnd tho
people bought hit iiietieines and mudo.tho
shmwd ndvertiser rich and famous.
Wealth, however, lia nolc&riuptcd Helm
bold. Ilu is rluh, and ho onjoyi tho situa
tion, but with no misers 'plrlt. Tito gen
ius of HtiortlSing has dexelopcd hlsgeiiorr
oils Instinct', nnd the prince of putts unit
biichii UiiU'j the priucb of good fellows
generally. Miuvitri l!ru!lican, 10.
C.'Iiurts'rt d Mars.li :tl, 1HOO
City Nhtionul Ittiuk
Oft ic Kits
A. 11. M'rM'IU'. I'r.si Wnli
l. f. T t l.'iU, i t-i'ii slilWi
w. H ,ii' r .'relars- ml I ;' r
i'. w.ii.ih i, i, wilt". lai.ioiIKir
K. M. -l' Kl U;T'I, I'Afl II. M'llllll.
i: it. n nm.m.iiim. w. p. H.r.r.ti'vv
. M I'llll.l.tf -.
l)tiuMr any Amuiliil ttevctvtd rrairi
I t-n i Mm-I'pwnnls. t
leierent elil "n pmit 'i llier-'e r." jier 'ynt,
l-r iiniilini Msr. Ii ! na'l Spl. Ii.
(atfii-itlii't I'tli'lri'wn N, H lnoiiILileljr to
hvi'tliii'iimlpl il-eunposlt'. tbnfpli; iTlegn.rm
llurs'lvd IVoiuvn .trsct Clilltlrcu
1a '.,1'f.lt nio,y oihsl
HIIIISK KLmK CAN UUAW IT.
on ii rictv l,.mr.s il.v rroiu u i m.tit a u.m.
suit S'O i nt im,; I i sWiNn PKl'iiMTS
.nljf, Im'TiOI. fcreieS.
niiiir- W. IIDsLOI'.Tle.l.i.l'r,
V. 1. IIAUI.IDAV, fraaldtnti
A. H. SAKKOIIU, VitiliUri
VVAI.TtiU HVXI.ur, Assistant Caaiilir
Urn. b. nilllsi-.va.
t. . SalTurJ.
iv. i'.. Hllldr,
Kokt. II. I'ualniihw
K.vvliuuj;c, oiu and
II. M.JSoiuI Hough
AUKVllVU HiSiCI.VU BUSJIS I
(S4NIRI. SI (7 SID, erlSSSl
KOHSCHS W. MILLS:. VUe-Pratu
V, IS. Sli;lltM, Caufclar.
Collections Proinplly Made.
CxchUHirv, Coin, (lank .Votes)
huh ii'siiuii ncaivM Neeurl
ties UouKht hhiI
Interest Allowed on Time Uepealta,
yAi.t;x s i.i: uencii'm
Cor. Sth SI. .V Wellington bt.,
Caivo, - - - Illinois
i ropplle.1 n-Jlh tho fmtifst
Oinrrrlr, tlneii nixl llrlrd and Can
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Butte'
Mvl i Tirytlin.v li ne.e. lr lamlly unelr
it i la hriuiio( the r.v 'toeknl grocerlx" n
Uih eti.. ... ...
enntlnnsoe rr nui no pAiruaai6 is rraiieciiuujr
Cor. Foplsr and Tlilitfcntli St ,
QaI.RO, - " - - ILLINOIS
la the rulU!n; baowau tho mltli More.)
4ilQ,na,tenrilfiroory Duatnea, In Kjri-Oiwa,
uli, rial fjai, euro 0.tle.U.inn,l mnl Dnei
,iil, Smk.l ,rI.Silt Meat, 1'lusK'il I'nrk,
,.il. i4miled lll'l. Tlntler. Fraah Em. Vlfiur
jd.jot tiitu K, tuatr,-s.net;.Ba siod
2)jUuuihr. kl l't mfiril-aMgrocr store
t'i IK tv Mi l.t A fl sOA)
imkihsms v nvumins
, o.i rTlij Mhlo-Leyer;
' CAIRO, ILL.
Iperinl kUoHllna Jt-S'lJi'Sln.
e,n anil fllllrtw-rlrii'
W. sursonii ' T.'.Binl.
rHA ITOX ,V ltlKI,
to ' f
Uir.i4- iu i, rt-:i.lli,OH.Q ' il.l
txv omo Xji'jusmivi
Agrins ol Siliel.m l'nuittr.i.'ft . nut.
Maanraetrirera .SireHta fsr !ntst' Mm
REAL ESTATE BROKERS-
,'Siitc-v t ' 'l. jT--mn . rv...
,1 v tT jS".K JR it
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEF
0v5 xo. XU.,
Iu and Soil Keul Ksln.f
I'llMMII A ll.NTJt.it TH OS' TITS s
..Mil I'UIII'Alltw t O.N VKiAJ'4 y
riimitieri'lul A v., Opposite I'oik OWce
JOSLl'll HAVLISS, Pioprlotor.
1h ltoil Is Hourly lurni-hast aat Mlers Mlh
puMlnrt!MI. iWumraoiltl6ii.s. tliMif
M ILLI NERY
ladles' Furnishing Goods,
I'orucr MUth Ntreet.
All kiudsnfrl ilhlni lor Ladlaa' wrar mJ to
or.trr, or ira.ljf in .l. .tl.o, lull f orlmnt of
Ul.eaani' Irfuhes' ah'es, nirMlf
LATH AND LUMBER
Between Commercial and Wash
AsreHtis tar Rssssic Klrr IstBer
CmuM Bkoiuhlissx Felt )
ll.W. Js1ih Isssssrssirfssl Bms.
lug HtHiiva aii lirtHil.
1I0UTS S1 MHOEH.
J KADY.MADE LOTUINa.
COIL UTIl ST. t OHIO LVEK,
C'Mlro. - - Illinol
IUs itil rercivrd full snl compttlritnek el
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Of er dancriplloo, whlfh will I I Pi
Hint uill not Nil lo anil all iwreliai. Til
tit. iiuirantaed. H.a ioc ( 10
Shirts, ;tltatB, lfCp8, etc.,
. . , .1 ..A .1.1. Im Ik
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cr ar viaar awsn.