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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1871.
V. W. T1TOH NT ON.
BLINDS. WINDOW (ll.ASMJ,
JMtWB Commercial and Wntliliiftlnu
AOf.VTS (or Rock River Paper Company'
Sheathing Felt and Quarts Ccm;nt.
11. W. John's Improved Routing nlwnj i on
TruDxr JIorsiso, Jc.vk 13, 1871.
JOHN H. OBEHLY, Ebitox am Ir rn.
Tiki or mr Dull IUlitllM
On wtk, bj tinier 2n
0n month 1 Msil "J
ThrM mosthi, t- S3
Six montki 4 25
Os ytsr, ............................ 8 W
T)W oKeial jxtptrtf AXamia ronty and of thitity of
Own ; (At Ofc'y morning dV.tfy inSwthtrn lUinvii i
amU'CicaUjoutnai; tuiU, tut ftvrUi'i out'
jw m m nhjuti of Mtrtit to tht pMie ;
MU a lari sn.1 tnmannj nrnb(ion, tht Jlutif
Un rftaU tht pafrwwj. ot (nf'dfj.n! ttai'.ri and
tnttrprmng lunnttt incn.
1BE DOLIAK WEEKLY KVLLET1V.
John H. Oberlj A Co. nave reduced the mb.
crlpticn price of the Weekly Cairo llulletm to
fhu iMar fir wn, making tt Ifce ch.apntja.
publlihsd Id SouUitrn lllioo;..
Gov. Leslie, of Kentucky, refuses
The Kentucky editors have been iu
iulging in a pres association, which
implies, speeches, poem and a bit;
drunk. Col. Kelley orate, and Hen. '
Mr. Jm-KKxo.v Davis fays he will
ccept nothing. We believe him. If
he would accept good advice, lie would
rrnuia eilent. Of late he ha been
tlkiag too much with hi month.
Tur. Hon. W. B. -Niuuck U tpoken
of an the probable candidate for gover
nor of Indiana in 1872. Jfe is a strong
Jan, and we have no doubt will carry
Me ut if die il,ould become the stan
ra bearer 4f the conservative party.
Fkrd (rANTi KOn of ,jlc ,,refjdent
U no degenerate tyll ,,f a noble hire.
Mi was tecond to the last in his
elw when he graduated at West Point,
t h" .WB; within three of the
"' "tmWring fottv-three,
WltuhgrHduates thi- ve.u'.
TliKeu Hanip-hire legiHlututu met
7, "' wnwMioi, ,, lt .Saturday.
Aler filiugtl.eteaiieiujl in the senate
1 Wlot. vote. .r(. ,akoi for .
?J"cL re.ulied in 1.17 fur .lames A.
".. democrat, and
ri)lt, rerjublipn v..:...
1 ''. for James J
"IMfortLe former. Th,-
a minority ot
-'jouruia uutil to-dav. when fiov
KNthAi. Siikhmas arrivnd
received an enthusiastic recep. (
" ma ta eoph r.:Mlll(ling by a i
b ""Rriculturc, in which he made i
WluMon whatever to politku 'n J
,nflhafiHur.li!ii;,...1l.. .l.w.l:... , . .
tan.WA - . "va.ij uu. -mien mu
W v ."" lm! presuiencv, hut
i.aip ..... . .
HottJ (j, , "8rt'al "u'1 good,',ko(ir:,lll 1( wheedle the public into
to ile?l1t,:Vl,,,nw 'at
Wtchen Bwjei rouph the
0tea, ths tineraM
... . W.
CTuea Wkt, Z rT'
- ry vui niui with
'." Winch l,. i. '
fnattr'a trade. In his letter -.f.v ?
k Colonel . v ". ha
. . . iesrii(.,i ii
JfeUon. conned with, UZ
7T w" . Ua'C ."atk ,0 time
wow tne htiite of 'J'e
Hmta wu territory."
THK door-keeper of the house and
MBrgMtti-kt-arma of the
BaI M.a 1 rl tiavM IwiAn l.l!
f r 1 --v .ua,ii result,!.
& for stationary without authority
4fUw. About eight hundred dollars
ftffv bccu filched from the public purse
1 tlN way, and snmf of the lemo
emtio member of elm general ncm
My proj)5p Ik rnie n toiujict in llie
lefrMntivu teapot about lie matter.
They nro too. i'ui'iHou. JEigljl !'
,lrc(l ilollarlnoiimll' iiTleal To got
excited nboiiL, jg bolter, Jilnn would
be lei thank tboSe' Itmltcal nflicfnN for
stealing so inodeMly.
'I UK .Jonclioro ttttxttti, out of the
hair of whioh we thought the eoeklc-
l)iirnt'tlio j'fist noVr could be combed,
.actually daiUM. after the (lliio tie-
nmrntey, nun j m lavor ot tcetning
qiutl richt-, under tW I'otisfittition n
t is, to all ,eiso:.- naidlc.x of nice,
color or 'notions eon iition. II" tin.- were
not aii af of wonder- we yoiildnot be
l'ie'vo this unit Svfn(irrnii fad. Hut,
gentle O'ttifio, hou are you to di.o;e
of the kinky hair and Ions; hecly ol
Hjinbi), which, nc o.dintr to your former
lipliVl'coiistiliiKil the sum toLtl of the
jilatlorin of the democrats who fought for
principle?" ('n you get along without
them? Hut why th'uV handy words with
our nciehbor? Lot him depart in peace.
TllK locial evil" ordinance of St.
Louis has been in operation just ten
months and within that period has been
the lecatih of plucing twenty thousand
dollarriinthc treasury of that city. Aside
from this fact, the moral ami canitary
effects of the ordiuuuee have been euch
that it is well worth the attention of the
rulers of other large communities, tit.
Louie now propose to use the revenue
from this .source, the twenty thousand
dollars now in the treasury and all that
accrues in the future, for the building
and support of a hospital and reforma
tory institution for fallen women, nu in
stitution which shall be a refuge for all
of that class who shall forsake the evil
way, and a hospital for such as are sict
and destitute. On this subject the .St.
Louis Timrt very aptly says :
To not only found but to lupport such
nn Institution, vico Itself is placed under
contribution forced to furnish tho meant
which eventually mny by miido to exter
minate it. Could liny of tho brawling fc
malc slump orators wlioluivo fired so muny
epithet? ut St. Louis and her metho.l of
denllng with tho social evil, sugge'ta bet
ter plan to make crime provide tor its own
regeneration, or show how bettor it could
bo luid under tribute to repair t lie ravages
of iti defiance of tho lawi of both (iod and
Tho action of the Pennsylvania and
Ohio democratic conventions is signifi
cant. It is conclusive evidence that at
last the democratic party has turned
away from the past, and, recognizing
the results of the late war as accom
plished facts, has taken a position upon
the vital issues of the present hour
with the determination to drive from
power the radical enemies of tho con
stitution the constitution as it was, is
may be the (!rantite advocates of
.Sonietiine a wi.ni policy is ndoptcil
with so much reluctuuce that little good
flows from it : and it may be true, as
some assert, that the present position
of the democratic- party ha been
reached at too late an houi iuthedaylo
give that organization any advantage in
the battle it in waging with radicalism ;
but we hope not. TllK Bi'i.i.ktin took
the present position of the democracy
long ago as H'on as thu fifteenth
nmendment had been declared adopted
but the party wa not then ready for
the movement and required that culti
vation which headstrong persistency in
. . ... n .
a wrqug pain ouiaius irom auver
sity. N'ow. however, the party haB
.stepped up to' the line and the battle
has been fairly joined.
What will be the result .'
t0'" .course, we do not know: but in
our opinion it mimic, no prophet to
predict it. It will inevitably oust the
radicals fioni power Thi result may not
be brought about in one fir two years,
but it is inevitable, 'or.a .time, the Old
Hed Saud.-tone Democrats will stand
aloof, and howl j but after awhile one
bv one tliev will return to the fold and
meet there in tho harmony of good fel
lowship 'the disgu-ted "republicans who
t can nu'v enter tho rank? of the deinoc
1 racy without stultifying tho record made
I bv them on the is.-ue- which trruw out
M ,n,e . . .
wl " co"lb"l!,t"1 "i"1 "'.V ich
" mubiuil,iou- V'"11 victory oyer
tllu '-"""olidated' i if rascality and
1 tireilldice. led bv iiimriiifinlml uu.M
..in. .'iuiiuii win ie iiiuu
support ol their destructive policies.
T'mi WUATU TMC HOl'HKON.S.
'. i uuueati Jlcndtl, one of the or-
gans of fogiCcd democracy i uioss-eov-
. i ... .. . . ' '
ercu, nice uie old oaken bucket tlmt
hung in tho .well; read tho platlorm
'eiy auopteit Py the Ohio democracy
lid fell to eursinir like . .1.. 1 '
toW-K at ,he mouth like a nb 1 d
"'er an A,,..,,,.. ..... "
Hat -t . r
PPHJ tor tho eOUIitrv llu.rr .irn
inanj ol thu (1,1 Hed S.-iudstonn Hour.
I'l'lllW.r.i, ... . .
, mm ill UXIMOneo' llml
'Ot OUt f.,Vl...... ..P .1. . i
T K " ""' who vet lin"er
win u, t,avu j. uil',p,i .,,
impotent at, the -.riom.f ,..,..S.', .
aes Tt,... , "lw"'
WB- ihe noise thev nnik'.. ,irnn.iu
r but their m,r,l . V r"
, '.'. iiiiuihii no re
" 'H necoiue the huh!. ,.c ii..n
moas-eovcrud tiolitieinnu .
POSSeHniim r.r ii . "'" '
l. mm 01 the tiulii..Mnoiir. f nil
that is sound in doinoorulio doetriue,
nno in rl,:..! .- l i
fsirc to live in the living prccnt and let
the dead past bury its dead, to tuc
words of abuso and hold up the past as
a model for the present mid future.
We are of- thoso who care nothiug for
Hourbouic vituperation, and we do not
hesitate fo take issue with tho?o who
laud the past nt tho expense of tho
pie.-ent and future. W'e know that
the pat history of the republic has
been as glorious as its most fervid eu
gist declare it to have been that
W'n'hingMn and .leficrson and .Madi
son and. Jnckaon and Tnncy and Clay
and Webster lived and died that a
model constitution was adopted by tho
fathers that under that instrument wc
nourished for nearly thrccwunrtcri! of
a century; but, while remembering
these facts, wc cannot forget that the
republic has lately passed through a
great civil convulsion in which the in
stitution of slavery went down and four
millions of bondsmen became free. Dur
ing That strife Passion did much that
was wicked ttnd declared outrages
ngainst liberty to bo necessary to the
preservation of the union ; but, while
deprecating these facts, -we recognize
the folly of nttemptiog to convince the
world that tho scars upon tho constitu
tion are not scars, and that the funda
mental law is what it was before the
war began tho same in all its parts,
with nothing taken away uud nothing
thereto added. It docs seem to us that
only daft menthose who camo from
their mother's wombs without reason !
can hold with tenacity to such
au untenable position. An ull
might the disconsolate Parisian
stand to-day among tho ruins
of his city, over which a tempest of war
has swept, and declare that he would
rccognizo no Paris marred by fire,
scarred by the mailed hand of the war
rior nnd shrinking in tho humiliation
of defeat that he must have- the Paris
of 1870, happy, beautiful and defiant.
His declaration would amount to noth-
ing. Alter lie had shouted until his
voice lailed, Pans would sti stand
war-scarred mined, but not beyond
recovery dcfresscd, but hopeful.
Wc must accept accomplished facts.
All wise men do. Hut politicians of
the Herald school do not, and with a
persistency most wonderful to behold
kick against tho pricks until they cry
out in rago and pain. What wonder,
then, that the Herald should declare
that " tho Democratic party stands to
: day, as it always has stood, by the
'constitution an it was in 1861, as clu
' oidatcd by the resolutions of 'OS and
' '09. And it will ever stand there, in
' spite of the vile crew who arc attempt
' ing to corrupt and degrade it to a level
' with radicalism." ,
Wherefore should any man, not
gifted with patience that would shame
that of Job, attempt to reason with men
who talk in this foolish manner? Tho
constitution as it was in 18(51 can never
be restored. Slavery has passed
away forever, and its perturbed spirit
should be exorcised and driven out
of the republic to find congenial com
pany among the ghost.-, of the other
wrongs which have fallen in the past
under the hand of Christian civiliza
tion. Xo party can stand that places
its foot for support upon the carcass of
human slavery, and should not. The
democratic party will do, no such thing
It will "accept the situation," and out
of the evil of tho present bring good
for the future. Tim Hourbons who can
not go with it, now that it has turned
its back upon the past and is looking to
the future, may tarry with their old no
(ion" and become maudlin as they weep
over the past. With them hereafter the
truo democracy can hold no parley, can
have no sympathy. I hov will become
the Ishmaolite.s of American politics,
and go down to their political graves
unwept, and their epitaph should be
" Foolish, but game."
TllK STATU CAPITAL
TllK IIATTLK OK THK WHKKL-
KAIMIOW 31E.V AND THE
TllK SHUNuriKLIll ANH OVERCOME TllK
OKIANR TllK PKFKAT ANOTHER SUDAN
TllK 1'UUHK or THE C'AI'ITAI. LONGER
Til AN TllK ri'RSE OK TllK WOULII-1IE
CAI'lTAI. OTIIKK MATTERM.
il'inin Our 0n C'orr--f'Ouilriit J
Hfuimii 11.111, Jllrn till, l;i.
To the KJitur of tl,r Hutlttin:
The great battle, over tho upproprlntion
Til- tlia C.lll.t lt..ll.r. I. ...litujt
tiik i inai. k.voaoemknt
bociui ut 10 o clock on Tuesday mornlnc
Bn'1 co"t'nuwl until fifteen minutes pu
I.. .. . ......
11 0C10l'K " unruay nigni.
v"c Brou".u w
Ufeat bravery and consummate skill, und
lV T T ' ".,","rlor
rr" . . ""
munition was entirely oxiiatistwl.
Kvui-v rltlntnrv. unllnti Vnoivn In Hr1 liiinnn.
try tuncn was doxtrously entorod nnd
I ml. n-i . 1 .,..,, .1,.
I fllfllliln.t ti.xriti i,ti...i Mlnklltl A.lll nilll.l'
1 ' 1 1
uitermiKi motion was lor un adjournment.
Thus were tin. proceeding lengthened be-.
.vonti renson ; but us It was
,.i. i !... i ' .!. . . .... i. i. m . i .
! u l,,u "l,-wiiu iiuuiu iiiun n mm n inoqo-
1 cum ot plijuuro for tho H-irlnnnlil rlii-,.
1 ft fiuartor jmt U, ftor tho, liu'io hit
I been in cumslant uumlon fur li-lrly
1 i i,ni.tii
1 Tho -HUirles woro full, j.mUliUo vrura
.. . -
crammod with privileged pewone, and
with threo .exemptions ovory membor was
In liia aeftt. Tho voto stood nyc 100, nnya
71, nndwhon it waa announced nnd the
hotisj adjourned tho jk
shouts axi ciiEF.ns
wcro perfectly deafonlngi
The atrugglo had bcon hard and long,
and tho victory waa overwhelming.
The victors wore too Jubllunt to contain
themselves, nnd for two hours ufter the
uiyournnicnUthojjpirit of rejoicing fuunl
festcd itself in tho tea-room of tho Lcland.
Tho bill wont to tho Senate on Thurs
day morning, was rend n second time and
ordered to u third rending without do
bate. The bill fixing the
of state officers was again before The
senate yesterday. An attempt wai made
to recede from nn amendment which cut:
down tho governor's salary from $8,000 to
$0,000 nnd the romuining officers from
$1,000 to $3,000. The democrats all
went against tho high salaries, and suc
ceeded in getting republicans enough to
carry their polnti
Tho high-salary men are endeavouring
to amend the law passed at the last session
In relation to the judges of the supremo
court. It la doubtful whether this session
has the power to repeal a law passed at
the last session. It ii more
doubtful whether the salary Is riot so fixed
already that It can bo altered during tho
term of those now In office. It Is also
quite probablo that should tho question bo
reopened, that the. assembly would still
further reduce instead of raising the salary
now fixed at "50,000.
It has to-day trausplred that the door
keeper of tho house and the sergeant-at-arms
of the senate have boon making re
quisitions on the secretary of state for sta
tionery, which amounts, in the ag
gregate, to about seven hundred
dollars. This 1ms beon diawn
without authority of liw, and a lively
fight may bo cxpectod boforo any appro
priation will be mado to pay for it. Tho
democrats will bo able to show their
strength on tho question and will undoubt
edly bo ablo to prevent the steal. Among
tho stationery items are twenty-four dol
lars worth of corkscrews. Aa the cork
sorows are charged at n dollar and a half
npieco It is thought that perhaps a cork
was thrown in. The matter will be freolr
The penitentiary bill has passed tho
sennte ayes 29 j noes 13. Eli Notes.
Origin I and' Secti.
fhe contract for building u bridge
over the Missouri river at St. Joseph was
awarded to tho Detroit bridge and
iron works company for seven hundred
and tun thousand dollars. The bridge it
to be completod un or boforo November 1,
Tho Tice meters, now in use in distil
leries, Hre to bo dispensed with, in accord
ance with u circular just issued by the
commissioner or Internal itcvinuc, nt
"WHsihngton, Tho clreulnr says these met
ers, as a class, do not fully answer the pur
pose for which thoy tiro intended.
The unveiling of tho statuo to Profes
sor Mono in Central Park, New York,
tookpkeoon Suturdny afternoon. Twenty
thousand persons were within tho Immedi
ate vicinity of the speaker's stand. Gov.
Hollimtn presided and delivered a brief
udclress. Oov. Clullin, of MusiM and Hon.
Win. Orton unveiled the statue and Win.
C. llrvunt pronounced thu inaugural nd-
dress, lie reviewed ut length tho life of
the illutrifius inventor nnd paid u lofty
tribute to bis Renin!'.
A history of the life of Gen. Kobcrt
K. l.eu Is In course of preparation nnd will
toon bo Issued from the prers. Tho book
Is to coutitin a biogrupical sketch of Gen.
I.co to the nnd of the war, prepared hy
his military secretary, Col. Charles Mar
ahull, nn account of bis life nt .Washington
College and ot his history since tho war ;
ulso of his death and funeral obsequies;
the wliulo to be prqfueely illustrated. Tho
profits of the work are to be devoted to
tho fund for tho erection of a monument
to (Sen. Lot- ut Wushington Collbge.
Nearly one-half of the depositors of
tho Huston savings, banks aro women.
Madame Andri Bcrsanl, at Florcnco,
has discovered the stitch of the famous
Vonetinn point luce.
Christina Nllsson has been mado hap
py ngaiu. A newly-invented garter hat
been named nftor her.
Princess Louisn and tho MarquW of
.oruc, being bottor off for names than
mot people, travel under the name of
Lord and Lady Sundridgn, on their bridal
tour, nnd ns such are sojourning nt tho
lake of Como.
That model of fomalo pcsU, Mrs. Llv-
ermore, said publicly, In Doston, thut '!sho
was sometimes astonished at herself for he-
ing able, after wbnt she know, to meet men
nnd trout them politely ; to go up in the
state housn, watch the meandering of. tho
legislature, und not hki liko a goose I ' '
-Last week n young gentleman of
Quincy, in company with his affianced,
wont to La Grange, Mo., wnere the cere-
money was performed which mado thorn
man and wife. They returned to Quincy,
roeelvod the 'congratulations of their
friends, nnd apcared as tho generality of
new-marrlod people Tho next morning
tho husband, after breakfasting, loft hia
wlfo for a walk,orw.uas nut been heard cf
since. Tho cause- pf his departure I a
mystery and tho "brido ol tho evening" Is
left' to mourn hor foo-flcetlng happiness.
An oxchung'o give tho Pillowing aaa
sura way to urivo oouuugs irom old
bodUoads: "Tako green tomato vines,
put'tli'ern Into a basin or tray,, pound
thoi'n:,to nieces ns tlno as nosslhle.
then stain tho bedstead whero they Inhabit
with tho julro; nil mo crevices with the pie
ces of vine; lay leaves under the ends pf
tho iinu." it tins is praoticod twice a year
... . i..... ...m - i - i .... i ......I
iiv. uuit n 1,1 . VI., Hill in illU UVUllOIUi
know of a much cantor and belter rmnedy.
l'rocure an ouncii or anuluo l'orsla Insect
Vowderaiid sprlnklalt alonir ilia aldu of
tlm pea umlor mo aiaie nnd you can wa-
er any amount umi iim UiiKa will glva
(our uuu n riuu mini, an ounce la enoust
ur'onolie.l It can be procured at Vh
THE NEW DEPARTURE.
WUAT A HOO'nUOX DEMOCRAT SATS A1I0UT
f IFront tharitucahllerl(l.l
.uTI;?.mlnorl,-:lh'e' oWllnert-wont awy from
th Ohio cpct.nllon nry and dl.lln",if '",?
will And plenty ol backing In tho ontli j and "En
nrw drriurr. com.m? too Utr, n Verve lo
make a democratic deleat in 117 more cerlaln.
The old-Hners in Ohio tho trim men
everywhere havo tho rlfiht to bo su
prcmoly disgusted nt tho Ohio convention,
and we fear it bodes tho defeat nnd over
throw of tho party at tho next election.
.Li. ?,1Vllil.h Prtyj. I. being run at
,thif time by 'knaves ,whoi(havo escaped
from clap-trap "conservatism" nnd rad
icalism, for bopo of plundof. ,
If the hoMtt men of the party woro at
thelt!,. and 'would adopt "a platform,
bated. upon a white ma n't party, tho uoxV
prrtldincy could be won without difficulty,"
and the bayonet nnd force bills wouldtbo
awent from tho ttatuto books.
There Isono consolation left, however.
that THK PAKTY docs not believe In'
any of tho miscrablo truckllngs called
" accepting tho situation." That only,
professed by a few ignorant tyroj nnp
truckling demagogues, who would ns soon'
fight under ono flag ns another, so thut
they can get office and money.
The democratic party stands to-day, s
It always has stood, by the constitution as
it wat In 1801, nselucldnted hy tho reso
lutions of '98 and '99. And it will ever
stand there, in tplto of tho vllo crow who
aro attempting to corrupt nnd degrade It
to a level with radicalism.
In tholittlo town ot H, there lived n very
handsome young lady, who hud for a long
time been In the habit of attending tho ovc
ninc prayer mcetincs for tho double nur-
pose of receiving good instruction nnd
having n certain young gentleman f.ir ber
escort home. Hetwccn tho church nnd the
rcsldcnco of tho lady was n mill-pond;
over a portion of tho pond was the side
walk which extended to the bridge On
this mcmornblo evening it was very dark,
so you sco our two frionds as thev enmc
along could not tell precisely the locality
of tho walk, and the result can bo guess!:
ho accidentally stopped off the walk nnd
down ho went, dragging his fair ono nftor
mm, tailing nuout six leet, and striking in
water about waist-deep, with plenty
ot mud at tho bottom. It Is needle-s
to say that they made all possible haste to
got out, which they did by wading twenty
rod", i near tno gentleman una petitioned
to havo railings put on the sidewalks.
cspocialy where they extend over pond.
A correipondent of the Decatur
(Ala.)Kcpubllcnn wants. to bet "a four-dollar
dog " that Courtland, Ala., can show
more protty women than any threo towns
In North Alabamn combined. Ho thinks a
picnic at Courtland "knocks tho stuffing
out of ever) thing I ever beheld with iMiro
delight, with not an ugly lady visible to
the naked eye, nor nuked to' the visible
eye."' This correspondent's elegant effusion
winds up with a request to his friends,
when ho shakes off this mortal coil, to
btirv him in Courtland. for If henvnn in
deniod him, ho is willing to stop there."
In all probability the good citizens of
Courtland will compromise by giving him
'grave if he will stay away while allvo
ii? The combined populations of the
eight largest cities of tho United States
New York, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Chi
cago St.Louis, Baltimore, Boston, "nnd Cin
cinnatiare less than the population of the
city of London, as announced hy tho re
cent uritisn census.
W. O. OAKY,
PRINCIPAL ILVDKRTA K KH.
SALES KOOM, No. 13 SIXTH STKEET
UKNKHAL UNDKUTA K KH.
Cor, M'nahlngton.nv. ini.l lltU-sl.
Mrerpool, wYork nnd 'I'lilliOHphla
rxara (ONtRiCi with i-nitih i.tati imismiimi
Tor Carrying Iho Mailt.
' FOR PASSAGK TICKETS
OB ri'RTItta IMOUMSTIOII
APPLY TO JOHN Gv1)ALK, Aot.,
1. V) II road way, New York, or to
II. Ho llpS,
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Illlnoln,
IMMIGllANT , TICKETS
KOK SALE, ) KorHale rrOH SALE,
' I Vcr Rale I
FOB HALE, j i'orBale 1 FOB 8ALTC.
.Faro from Liveri'ool,
Yhto from Londonderry,
Faro from Glahqow,
Faro from Qukknbtown
TO OAIKO, t : , , , , , , 48.3 0
k M C - r- T 111 MHiU
It. II. CAN DEE
Notary. PtiloferJPNoIVol;, nnd V. H. Com.
KIKE, HULL, OAKGO, LIVK STOCK,
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CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LITE.
AM 3n,'sO,rM ro
traveler's, hahtiorii, li rr. anh
RAILWAY l-ASSKNOElia' ASSURSNCK
C., HARTFORllit -
Asets .'yiii.ii no
Aielt H1 CS
SAP FORD, MORRIS Ac CAN DEB,
v 71 llll. 1,1'l.r, .
City Natloimt lunk, CAlltll, ILL.
EIltE AND MARINE
I 3ST S TJ IR, 1ST o e
N I AO A RA, N. V.,
Am. I.. 7. IUV,.21 V,
OEHMANIA, N. Y.,
A"ft l.'tJ.7il TS
RKl-UIILIC, N. Y.,
Asset. , .7ll.!il (l
tVjmprl.ing th Underwriter.' Aq.nry.
YONKERS N. Y.,
AMHt s;,40l IS
A LIIA NY CITY,
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FIREMEN'S rUNIi, S. K.,
A'.elt CTH'ai (0
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Affl. I.t.'tt.ll'i ()
CTORK. pvr.llinii.. Furniture. Hull, aud Cir
O ko, Inurfd at rates r.rnljle n .onnd
D.rin.inent ..urliv vlll udrr.ni
I mpeetlnlly aCk of tlm'ciluens of ("Mm, a
.220.127.116.11 wiir paironage.
'. .v. iii'dims.
tf Ollice nt Fimt Natlonnl ll.nV
COAL AMI MOOD.
F: M. WA R D ,
WOOD AND CO A L
M. WAItll I. prepared to deliver the I.e.
. . Fire Wood nu4 ntone Oal
IN ANY TART or TIIK CITY,
And in any o,u.ntlly ile.ired, on .hort nolle-.
COAL DELIVERED at ?l.50 it.r ton
OKFIC'l: Oler lU-erwart. Orth A (In.', .love
twodonrs alejvo thn.-oruer of Kihth .tteel inn
Comtnerelnl avenue. ln-f.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is pirptred to supply eititom.r. with the heit
PITTSBURG' AND ILLINOIS
OltriP.nS left at llnlliday Unm. olfif, 70 OHIO
I-KVEK, or' at thu t.oaj ysrd.telow the h't.
vnnne iinici, wm receive prouiui nnonuun.
THE TL' " JIONTAUK" will brinK coal alonij
si'io steamers nt any Hour. . wmi
LAND FOR TIIK LANDLESS'
HOMES FOR THE HOMELESS
ONLY l'Kl: ACRE '
FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
, I.kK TllkCAll. Ol' Tllle. (
LKAVF.NWORTII, UVWRKNCE ANII OALVKfr
.TON 11.. II. LINK ( ,
From I.awreneuand Kan.m City aud vlHtheci'
e li rated OiKn country,
Tiik G arokK- SroT oi' Kansas.
apr30w3m ' ' i
rOt'NPUY AWP.MACIIIJIK aiop..;
I. & K. GREENWAT.D.
FOUNDRY AND M ACHINE SHOP
STEAM ENGINES, T30ILERS,
C'OITKK ANliHUKKT lR.f WORK.
No. 248 East Penrl trccL
w. ii. Monats,
s iii.iiTiinniii.-i Asn Foau-Aitntivn
" ' CLOe' k VINCENT,
GENERAL. COSl a! I SSI f)
M Kit CHANTS,
Cksiknt, Plaster Paris,
PI, AK.TBIt Ivlt'H HAUL.
S'.inicr I'.IkIiIIi Ml reel mill Ohio
OA 1 110, ILL.
.MILLEH .v PARKER,
Vji PJHA j (JOaIjNI ISSIO
DEALERS IN I'l.dl'it t(u
Outs, Jlay, etc.
:.s Ohio Levee, OAIKO, ILLS.
' JOHN U. PIIILLLS,
lSueee,or to I'atker Millln.)
FORAY A KDING M EltOlIANT,
, AS II
DEALFIt'IV II t v rvYisv nuru
L'lour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTII-ST. ani OHIO LKVKI
I. M. PHILLIPS A- CO.,
(fuecetkors to T. II. H.n.M.t. a in .
l'riM...i l ;.. 1
" ...illll IIIL Vtll 1 1 I II 1 PI II I
VH A KF-UOAT PKOPRIKTOI
.1 AuitDiri rn.n. nnfin
Are prepaie. lo r.ceite, .tore and fotwirJ
frelBhH to all points and luy and
sell on coBimlailQD.
ai-tiii.i.. . . . ..TT. .
."..-ii..-. Ruquuri io prompuy.
General Commission Merchan
m OHIO LEVEK,
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY
win icon ir.
Willi (0)1 II"
Cure, colic and griping
In the. Injur!., and fa.
cilllal". ll,o ptocen cf
and jrerrome. all dl
ee incident lo In
(a it. and children.
Curt-a diairliea, dlsen.
lerv nnd Mimrnercom.
. . . .
i . r i t V il ll u. .... II. n l.....bl In I I. K
mt TVS MEDICINE CO., fat, Louii, Mo,
iiAii' i iam t Tinn. t T?wfT r ti i
(fii-i, iMiuiiri.V'i.llia rc.nj UTriuir. . mr..viri
A lecture on the natnral treatment, as radical
cure or Siierinatorrbra o- Bern In. I waaanras, in
voluntary Kmlniont. baxual HtbilitT. and Irop-
demrnt. to aiarrixgu generally; Jtervousoaai,
fVinanmi.tinn. Knllen.v. and FHa; Mental and
I'lii iiCil Incapacity, resulting from .self abuae,
etc.. hy Itoht J. CuUerw ell, M. U, author of lha
urecn iioiik, etc.
"A IIOO N TO THOUSANDS OF SUITEREM."
Sent under aiu.1. in lilam envelope, to an ac-
drem puilprilil, on receiptor alx cents, or two
pottage alampv, by Chas, J. U. Kline A Co., 127
nowery, ew iur., i ouauc uuji vh.
Is an optionl wonder; revenjt trie thousands of
hidden wonilen of Nalure; it ol permanent usa
and practical availability, combining instruction
with amusement, and never lo.lng its Interest. H
, TEN THOUSAND TIMES,
a power equal to other Microscopes of'raapr
times iti cost, lleveals counties.. Utile worlds, all
around us, teeming with life, which to the naked
eyninniit lorever remain aaeidtd book as eels In
v incgai , animal In walcr, o.leeta mites, sugar and
Itch ins.ici., inllklol)Ul,claw and nalraof In
.eots, hundreds of ejes in a single eye of a nr.
dU'tofn butieiMyis wlngt to be perfectly formed,
fcaliier., tlioinucli talktdof Trlnchlnaspirnhs er
porlc worm, hlch wa. first cli-overed in America
ilh tins Microf cope. ,
It it of iminitu lalue lo proisiiontl men, to
ii-aVhera and to studentH, but nowhere i It ox
Kroatcr value than n the family table, with J"
reucli of overy member. It will Jelighl
jonrciiildren and yr, f4eutt.JurJR",'i'",n.
winter evening. H will abow you dulteratlnna
and iinolennlinesaol various klnda of food, as sit
Har, leu, bread, meal., Au. ItJaof
INE9TIMA1ILE VALUJS.TO THE FARMER
In examining tniects which prey upon m e'W;
The power ol l6oroiuioiicppe,anils9 ',mli1B l
It. ciuvtiue.tionthntaaychliu cnu use It under
A. beautif tl present, elegant, laatroeMty. .amns;
ina. and cheap.' Over to.uuoliave been sold. k
fun a the fast six yea, n Its wot fa li.i tj. ente.
tifiod to by thousands of aolentllio men, 'rae(J
Hohoul tcacherafetudents, jdiyalelaria, heads of
families, and olhera.
VROB 3.00, MENT'POST PAH) BY MAIL, v
. i..i,n'm.ni la neattv hoxed. and hand
anniely labeled with full directions for Use. Thou,
and. have, been aent by road . ,
A.ldi""7 W. JUNE88AC0;, Chicago,
a. mm t
"The Miproaoopei" a montmy journul of infor
mal."!; fir p.. &it '"J'fk'i" j ;.
.aerTf Vrcat.on-storlcasketche., 4o, , Terrut
fur one yciir to.siiy.ono purclinstng a Craig Mwro
licope, at the regular price, IS, (UraiK Microscope
Mill lis sent post paid.)
rorsnmpecopv.nnd ourbeautlfiUly illustratedj"
and descriptive clrculariand eight pages ol tea
tlmonml.uf Crl Slicroacooe, send alx cent; for
ilioatag to J.I'laJCao.al'U.,
'UiitroTai'f, and Pole Proprietors of Craig and ov
city Micros!iipe, Chicago, III.
P Auentsand Pcalers.thts Microscono sells In eiy,
crv latnlly on its merits, when exhibited. Lrg
I'ri.nit OiilokBale.. tehaiwllm
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