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Weiisesday Morxi.no, Junk 28, 1871,
JOHN H. OJJER1.Y, KMTnii itn piranui h.
Ttmi or mi Pari llmrm :
Oo teek, by carrier, si
One month, I 'J Mllll 75
Three monthi, JJ 25
in monthi I 2"
Onp )car, Sol
Tit ejifial pnptriif MurmUr eountii awl of lit ctlii of
('ami tht onlittwrriin ihultt m SHtlfi( nt JUtnvti,
a mittateakt fjuirynl ; ni.oiJ, but fairlrt : out.
;Ar on nil tubjitti of Intern! In tin ).nl,Ue :
utk rthrjpean.1 tnertau'wi nrrulatt.ni, tl.t Unlit.
tin jrJu'till.e jiatnmtKH ol inlillmint mul,.. mil
uittrjtnnmj hunucAi Men.
T1IK DOLLAR WKKKLY IH'LLKTIN.
John 11. OUrly A Co. novo rtilucttl the mli
irriidion price of tlio Weekly Culm llullelln In
Om IWIar ptr annum, making It the chcnpeM pa
Iriul,lltb.ed In Southern Illiuola.
,iuii. otu.iut .hills in intiitigiii"
T .. C . , .
England with a new sensation. He
proposes to seize all the uncultivated
lands, uud, after compensating the own
crs, to dispose of them among co-operative
uMOciations of workmen. This
fcimcLs of coininuiiisui.
An Apt Quotation. Tho Mi,u
Journal, speaking of the death of .Mr.
Vallandigham from a wound inflicted by
his own hand, makes tho following
uprojm quotation from Hyron:
' 'Twaa thiiiKwn folly pavo. Hie fnlal Mow,
An i maJe tlieuonml Unit now hatli Innl thee lu .
soihf tru"k HRle. nlrelelieil iijioii Iho pl.tin,
more through rolling elomlK to onr :ig nil.
l UW own tvMlier omhe futnl ilnrl.
Au.i die nlmn tliHt,iiiert i in hl Imnrl;
l.f ru mre hi. png, hut keener Tar tn leel,
H nar"-.l the lui.in tint iiniiHIe.l thmlee' ,
lnl- Ike taint: )luniaKo lhat h i! unrmil hi
tit,i Ir&WnH.M life drojiof hi I'lce.ling lirenl,"
VlCE-l'HESUiK.NT C'ouux continues
to write about his precious health. He
now, he says, getting back from
1'rovideneo the health hard labor in the
service of his country has robbed from
him. We hope- his recovery may be
speedy. He is not a bad sort of man
not equal to the position party politics
have forced him up to, but, for all that,
much better than the common run of
bis political associates, being rather lion
tit, always sober and an excellent Sun
day tchool teacher.
There is, wc hear, : school teacher
in one of the country precincts who is
opposed to railroad". Ho particularly
"t'Jwts to the Cairo and Vincenues
rod. Wo would suggest that School
HupreriuUndcnt White nhould look af
terllmuUariaau. leaeher uf
American jouth, h U opposed to
railroads, is an auomoly, and Wl) )(.VluVe
the news that one of them "lives, m.d
'breaths and has hi beinn" in Alevn,,.
der county will stir up the profoundct
dei.tlm rC 1 WMi..'. .1 H,,
, . - . v,. .... ...iw n ouui. i nat gen
tleman knows that in this enlightened
era tho school teacher should lead the
vu of progress be the cueouragcr of
HiBirumont of civilization that
en i t..n....t.. !.- ...
. w.us,u mw requisition, anu we
.uereiorc, hure that ho will b
.Huvkn vo .earn u,Bt an Alexander
wuniy ijeaagoguc, vw i a non-tax
wynur citnen. inivs i . ..
. . -, ... uguooui tiie use-
lessness of the Cairo and VillcCMI)tiM
railroad, and is Wking in this way be
cause ho believes he can thU8
the mm, who gave to him bis liliful
mutation. To oppose raUrnmU ... .......
ciple is bad enough in a ehool teac)l r
r Tr i ' W'0i them
for the KdGsh purpose of holdinj. to a
yeiy small salary, is much WOrso than
bad enough, and wo do not doubt that
Mr. bito, wl.tii ,o hears tint he ha,
this kind of an anti-railroad school
teacher under, his caro aua k .
will tear-his hair In indignant ra-4
;M 'cry with I Macbeth '
' ' ! v 'Mow te,
n.rcome ui Ilk a umuitri' tlouj
Says that staunch democratic jour
na), the New Orleans Thm: Tlio
'greatest political Mutitfcr ever niado by
' n party wax 'I"1' "l0 democracy
i wjlt iy failed to iioiniiiato Salmon
' I C'lia.'O ns llicir camlitlato tor tiio
presidency at tliclr last natioiml con-
' vonlion. It is I liu more inormyniy iv
'rctlool that this failure was mainly due
ti (ho liicl; of that political ami moral
courage ami independence which used
to ho characteristic of the national de
mocracy." I ! very word of this is true ;
mil we look back with vecret at the
failure of the parly to take that tide in
their affairs at the Hood. Hut over the
piUmilk of the past we should not feel
(Imposed to weep much if wo wcro not
fearful that stumbling and spilling the
milk of success had become a habit with
the parly. The old heads and the hard
heads of Iho party can't bo brought to
understand that the world moves and
that parties must adapt themselves to
the times in which they exist. I hoy
cannot understand why the chronic
office seekers of the party, against whose
records the radicals can hurl n perfect
storm of dangerous missiles, fdiould be
set aside and such men as Chase, Doo
little or Adams preferred. Tiicy
would eoo the doors of the party
against all new-comers who would not
vole for thcniand their measures. We
hope, however, that experience has
taught the parly wisdom, and that in
the next contest for the presidency it
will go before the people with a plat
form of vital issues and a candidate
whose past record cannot be pierced by
the cry of " traitor " or "copperhead,"
I'll ii Cincinnati Tom ami Chronkfr,
of the 22d inst., urges the people of
Cincinnati to renew their subscriptions
to the Cairo and Vincenues railroad, on
the ground that Cincinnati now does n
arge business with Southern Illinois
a business which is "capable of great
expansion." Kven those dolts of
Cairo who oppose the policy of voting
our bonds to help this railroad company
out of the woods can understand that
'incinnati will bo benefitted by tho
road and that the citizens of that great
insiiiess center would bo fools if thoy
did not encourage the enterprise. How
ion ean these men, who are so sw'ft to
see tho advantages that would come to
other cities from the construction of rail,
roads fail to sec that the Cairo and
Vincenues railroad will be of far more
consequence to Cairo than to Ciucin
iiati ? Cairo is the market to which all
the counties within Illinois, along the
lino of the proposed road, would bring
their produce and in which they would
upend their surplus cash. With the
road in operation, Cairo would com
mand not only tho railroad travel from
the south to the east, and the resulting
good that never fails to come to those
cities through which a great stream of
travel flows, but it could also command
trade which now seek", other centers
easier of access. The road would bene
fit Cincinnati ; it would build up Cairo.
And yet the eggregiinis asses who op
pose the proposition to vole out bonds
in aid of the cntorpri-o flippantly say :
'Oh ! ym ; it's well enough that Cin
Vinnati should aid the road, but we
'.-liould not, because, you see, tho road
tvill bo built any how, and, at best, it
won't amount to much to ui. Hesides,
'it will increase tho value of our prop-
'city and consequently our taxu-i. We
'bad better not." To reason with such
moil is love's labor 'osl, They are lin
eal descendants of Thompson's colt,
(which was an ass eolt,) that went into
the river to keep out of tho rain and
The (liilbilln Cn-.itli; in an editorial
rclcK'iico lo the death of .Mr. allan-
digham, is in doubt as to tho ability of
my living democrat to finish the glo
rious work of democratic regeneration
so boldly begun by the Ohio statesman.
It issaid," exclaims the (ur.rt,; "that
this a day of great events ; so it is, but
it is also a day of small men.
Theremin fiKi et. O, "in Hnmiinllinr Niieli,
Of llll I, ml Hit hllVll lell la elilnl v lulL-
M nkl ii''lnewinenU ali i ilnniir of new.' "
I lie fin ;,(',
son" of despair at the
degeneracy of tl,c public men of the
uemoeratic party may not sound inolo.
J""lv in the ears of the democratic
eadus, but there is some reason at
Jean to believe that it is pitched to a
1'Ct us take Illinois, for instance.
ho among tho prominent democrats
Jf the state stands forth conspicuously,
recognized by f.ieud and foe as a di-
rector .1 not n leader of public senti
moult We cannot point to one. 1
our opinion, however, the
not in lack of ability, but
.. j . i
I unit lies,
in an utter
"oseuee o, mat hol.lnoss uhich f,Mows
ut of conviction and (,arn.
t enthusiasm in the advocacy
the lioliei... ,l J
Uur .do,ratio Headers "-that i, ,
y, u.e me,, prominent in the counsels
:, , "lMy-ro too ti,id.
"'k ,lh a MP too delicate.
u Ul" ir ol men who do
exactly wilal , Joa
oven while thoy run
... w"yuo" wieir viuim
111' A - n
- current ol electricity. Look
wwic to tho timo when Mr. Storey, of
i " -""-ai, lmtt) , lliH cm.t0.iK..ru
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1871.
nicmbcrcd article, entitled : "Sha!! tho
Democratic I'arly Fdvo or Die?" broke
away from Iho dead past and raised in
the democratic- party the bannor of
progress. A cry of alarm and nngcr
went up from all tho wise men of tho
democracy, and tho smaller men of the
parly, who wcro inclined to cry
"Bravo!" wcro put down by a species
ol party terrorism that ttiuld not bo rc
aisivu, ii mo immiot- ol -l in cross
should suddenly be elevated over the
ranks of the Mohammedan army there
would not be a louder cry
of horror than the one that went
up from tho ranks cf the bourbons
when the Tnnr flaunted its new de
parture flag defiantly in their faces.
Hut now how resignedly they mvallow
the wisdom of the lessons at that time
sought to be taught to the parly by the
77m'. It is as mother's milk in their
mouths. Tho Times stands vindicated ;
and, we firmly believe, that :f we had
in our party caucuses men as bold,
as wise and as honest as the 7'iWs is in
its peculiar field of labor, tho demo
cratio patty would soon become com
pact, enthusiastic and victorious. Dold
ii ess and pluck, not ability, is what tho
democratic party of Illinois is most in
need of. A Vallandighain could now
carry tho party to victory. Where can
he lie found ?
(About Politics nnil Politician.
Democratic Htntc Convention in Wis
consin August 23.
General Clingmnn and D. M. Harrin-
ger are out in favor of a convention to
amend the constitution of North Carolina.
The Philadelphia Dispatch says the
"nominations of tho republican partv
which wcro mado hist wock fall to aroue
tho cnthusiam or evon to enlist the
approbation of n great majority of tho
members of tlmt party."
I'olitici look rather dark in South
Carolina. According to the census of 1870
its population was ns follow?: White?,
250,457; m-grot", llo.r.HO. In tho city of
Charleston there are 'J0,'J8 whites and
CO, 522 ni'groe.
Mr. Clark Whittior, of Hi. Louis, is
Mr. Jt. A. Duck, of Now York, is insu
red for f 150, COO.
Mr. JO. Dee. .McKay, of ew York, is
insured for SI 15, 000.
Mr. Kichard linrdon, of Ohio, is insur
ed for $1 10,000.
-Mr. K. (!. Ohear, of St. Louis.' Is in ,r
cd for 5110,000.
Mr. 1. "W. Duryen, or New York, is in
sured for 5125,000.
Colonel W. 1) wight, of Ulnghp ntoii,
Now York, is Insured for $120,000.
J)r. 11. Ilrandrelh, of Now York, the
well-known pill manufacturer, is insured
-Mr. Kobert linker, of St. Louis, U insur
ed for 5100,000.
Mr. 1. S. Thomn, of Now York, is in
sured fur 100,000.
Mr. 1. J, Forney, of Itnlliinore, Is Insur
ed ft. 5100,000.
-Mr. .I.C. Caldwell, of I'liiladulphia, is
in,irod for $100, 000.
.Mr. Win. II. Sewiinl, of Auburn, Now
York, is insured for 5100,000.
.Mr. .1. KiisscI, of .Mnsiilliim, Ohio, is in
sured for 5100,000.
-Mr. .1. I!. Had, of St. LonN, insured
Mr. W. S. Woodward, of Now York, is
iii'iircd for .00,000.
Mr. .Itulith Abeeassi, of New York, Is
insuaed for $.'.10,000.
.Mr.llenry lliirlny, l'rm. Cur. Co., of
New York, is insured for ?'.i"),0(jn.
Mr. Alon.o Taylor, machinist, of Now
York, is Insured for $150,000.
Mr. Chas. II. Al.rens, the importer is
insured in the Kipiitublo for $50,000.
Mr. Win. M. Tweed, Jr., of New Yoik
if insured for 550,000.
.Mr. .Jos. Howard, ,lr., editor of the New
York Daily Star is Insured for 570,000-
Mr. Albert Clark, of ilrcvoort Hoese,
N'ew York, Is insured for $C0, 000.
.Mr. C. C. Write, of tho Hrovoort Horsr,
New York, js insured for 5100,000
Mr. Sam'l Slieltthar, of Ilrondway, hat
manufacturer, is insured for 5115,000. of
which 550,000 is In tho Kquitable.
.Mr. Alex. Cochran, of Now York, is in
sured for ja-.'.ooo.
Mr. Widlcn Ward, of Now York, is in
sured for 5100,000.
.Mr. M. M. I'omoory, of Now York, is
Insured for 500,000
A woman's best point Point laco.
Tho "rest" of tho wook Sunday.
Hackgnmmou A lady's waterfall.
liurning wouls A dictionary in
A long stnir-easo (staro-caso) A tele
It isn't ovory judgo who can parson
A hair'ciu senro'em invention Tho
"When doos a man imposo upon him
self? Whon ho taxes his memory.
-Why Is milk like tho tread mill? l!e-
causo il strengthens tho calves.
-Medicines and doctors cost U3 $100,-
- . . i .i
A BACIIKI) Ml KM.
Aiilo . in inn HimlenH retrentD of Iheneenn,
rlweet llowern me Hinging, no innriiil run see,
Sin. ileep in my soul, tho swi kC pniyer ol ilc vntinii,
ciiiieiirii n, inn uonil, llKes Niieni 11, 7i,i',.
My UO'l I illenl In Tin e I
I'nre, w arm, mlciit to The, ,
st ll ti iho tin, of in Hiirnhu,, fi iiglieloim eil,
. .... ..- . .....,,,, h Liiutini y u ,ir 111., ,11111 gen,
l'liikuji I romii, In ilil. ttlntry wmkl nhromle.l,
-": -I'.;,. .uiiiN lieinoillli! to Hue,
My IM I r.i,n,liR tuxu i '
'ttiu.foml, triinliliiiK (u Thee,
,ii mari tlint liaitrled it Bays Unit
.....,-,. w niiumi uru uvurerowueu.
TUB CAIRO AND VINCKNNKS R! R
WHAT A CINCINNATI I'AI'KH HAVSAllOtfT IT
" "r "llf.AT IMl'ollTANtH TO TIIK
''TV-IIAUM AFTKlt TIIK 110(1
f l-roni the Clnolnntll Time, ml Chroniele.l
CAIhO ANll VIMMKVWfa ,. . .. ..... ,.
Oiir cltlr.ons will no doubt facl'mi Into--
Kim 111 Kiiuwintr Hint iiiia ,.i. .t.n ...
soon no nut on it font m..i w t...
, . ' uiiiui lllisu
thnt during tho past thrco months succcss-
101 mioru nave ocen mmln on (l, l n rp
a resiorniion ol tlio local ntscU, to enablo
HlO Company to closo IlPe-otiKtinne in I.m.
uon lor money to cotniilela tlio road.
l no lino oi ino roau oclwccn Cairo nnd
A'lMceiincs Is ono hundred nnd llflv-slx
miles In leneth. Of this nciirlv nna hun.
dred and twenty mites are graded elehty
llves mile, from Viiiconnes southward, and
iniriy-iive nines irom Cairo nort iwnn .
Thus it will lio rcen that tho road could
soon ho opened up for trado and travel.
It can hot bo dleulscd that the road Is of
ureat importance to Cincinnati. .Manv of
our merchants doa largo business in South
ern llll. , o!s a bu'iiie, too, that, as tho
country grows, i rapahlo of ,roit exnaii-
sion. Ilrsidi s, when the uatigo of tho .M.
and (). road is changed, tho C. and V. road
mut neressarlly beeomo olio ot its groat
feeders, mid send to Cincinnati much of tlio
traflie and travel that now iro eastward
over tho Illinois Central nnd its connec
tions '1 lio U. ami .M. and C. and V. rail
roads will give to Cincinnati the most di
rect railroad routo possible to Southern
Kentucky, West Tcnncsice. Kontlinrn
.Missouri and tho country trlliutnri n tl
Mobile and Ohio and Mississippi Central
ranroaus. o leant mat Uon. U. II.
lianni, thonttorncv of tlm Culm nml Vi.
cennes railroad company, Is In our city
iur inu jiiirjiuse oi ntKiiig a renewal oi old
sub-criptUns, and tho making of now ones
to aid in securing tho construction of tho
roaii. o regard this cntorprlso ns well
worthy tho eupnort of our ooonle. nnd
cheerfully commend It to their favorable
AC KNOW I.KpOM KNT Of COtMirKSIKS t ItOM
KNdt.IslI MASONS TO TIIK CIIAKT IN
Fmn tkt Htm York 11 rati.
It will be remembered lhat whon Karl
do ! ray was in "Wadiington tha masonic
iraierniiy oi ir o oinrici uniieu in icnuer
ing to him a jjrnnd banquet in honor of
his bcine; the grand master of tho English
masons. As n prompt acknowledgment
of tlio courtesies extended on that occa
sion tho grand master of masons of tho
District of Columbia ha9 Just received tho
following communication from tho grand
secretary of Knelnnd:
1-KH.UAHos Hall, I omlon
June 10. lfc71.
hrle Y. rlnnsbury.
Iraml .Mmter of Free nnd Accepted .Mnionn
or the District of t.olutnbiii:
M. W. Ur.AND Iastkii 1 nm com
manded by tho M. W. Grand .Master of
Kngland. theltight Honorable tho Karl do
Grey and Kipon, K. (J., to inform you
that at thequartcrly communication of tho
grand lodgo of Kngland, holdcn on
Wednesday, tho 7th of June, it was re
solved to offer tho sincere thanks of that
grand lodgo to tho masons of the District
of Columbia, and of tho United States, for
their cordial reception of Lord do Grayns
grand master of Kngland. Jiy the next
mail I hopo to have tho pleasure of trans
mitting tlio resolution in duo form. In
tho meantime 1 havo tho honor to bo, most
worthy grand master, yours truly and fra
ternally, John IIi:ito.i:v, G. S.
From the New York Kven.n I'od.
With tho coining of tlio wnr.n weather
tho new styles in thin materials havo made
their appearance. Whito is tho preferred
color, or rather no color, for hot days.
White organdies are mado with twoski. .
and the prettiest trimmings for homo
dresses are rutlles hemmed on each cduc,
headed by narrow lace, and set on with t
cord; this finish has a fui liiur rllect ti: i
tucks or pulls. The waists arc mado high,
with four broad plaits back and front. A
wldo sash or organdie is moro stylish than
rilibons. A dress mado up in this stylo
has an exceedingly light and llceey lo'ok
of a warm ovening.
Small black lace sacqucs, loose-fitting,
with oriental sleeves, aro very much worn.
They are in all style, from tho finest thread
lace to cheap imitations. Tho Llama laco
SAqcues arc preferred for ordinary uo, and
very pretty ones aro made of figured lace,
edged with guipuro or thread, according to
tho stylo. .Most fashionables who havo
adopted the prevailing styles of wearing tlio
hair falling low on tho neck behind havo
sumo sort of laco tlo to protect the back of
tho dre s from soiling.
Tlio most fashionablo lint for t.avelfngls
tho "Josephine" It is a round hat of high
tquaro crown, with a narrow brim turned
up like tho "turbans'' so long favored. The
brim should bo bound with silk or velvet.
A biiiMifsilk passed around tliocrown, with
in iiiui (Jims oeiiinu a tinaii o.-irich plume,
to fall forward on tho crown from tlm I
For country wear and protection from the
sun liroatl-uriinm cu conrso straw, drooping
over much at the sides, nre in use.
ri:HMANi:.VTKKKKC'l'.S OF STRONG Dill NK.
In tlio Herald of Health Is an orticle
Irom which wo clip tho following, as
snowing me ovns oi inicmporanco in a
now light, and adding another novel aod
startling argument to the many n'ready
advanced against tho ' o of intoxica''ng
"l no History or lour generations of a
family, as sketched by M. -More), a distin
guished tToncii writer, is lull ot instruc
tion in this matter. It is as follows:
"First generation. Tho fathor was a
habitual drunknrd, and w killed in a
pupllc i,oi"o brawl.
becond generation. Tho son inherited
his father's habits, which gavo riso to at
tacks of mania, term'nating In paralysis and
Third Generation. Tho gra idson was
strictly sober, but was full of hypochon
driuculand imaginary fears of persecutions;
uii'., una iiuu jioiuiuiuai lenucnccs.
tourtl, Generation. '1 ho fourth in do.
scent had very limited intelligence, nnd
had nn attack of madness whon sixteen
years old terminating in stupidity, nearly
,ll. 4 n 1,11.... 111., l .
iiiiiuuiiiuiK IUIUK-J-, n in, mm mo laill-
ily probably bocomes extinct. And thus
wo porceivo mo persutenco of tho taint in
tho fact that a generation of nbsnlntn
tcmperanco will not avert tho fatal Is3iie."
now to maki; sinur iioso.ms biiiNE.
It. II. AV. wants his shirt oosoms to shlno
liketho.o done up in a laundry, and asks
for a guldo his wife. Let tho starch bo
mado in tho ordinary way, that is, Iltst
diolvoin cold water, tluin boiling water
poured ovor it till it is of tho proper
consistency. Add to a quart of staich a
small lump of whito sugar, or a bit of
white wav, thosi.o of a navy bean, or a
few thin shavings of whitu soap and a
spooulul of salt. Hotter, lord, or sperm
nctl can bo used inatead of wax. After
the clothes aro rimed, in tho bluo water,
utareh them, and dry on tho clothes lino
then wring them from cold viator, roll
up tightly and let them Ho nwholo. Iron
smoothly in tho usual way. Thon placo
the bojotii, or pleco to be polUheJ, on a
board with ahlnglo fold of muslin over it,
pass a damp cloth over tho linen and pol
ish with an iron made for that purpose.
It may ho purchased at any hardware or
houseluruUhinc storo for seventy-live
cunts, if tho edges of n ordinary smoo-tbinj-
iron aro ground oil' with a rounding
boVul, tho desired eilect can bo producoa
Willi ,t. in ironing thirl bosoms us In
ovory other ncco,iiplil,mm,t, "prae'leo
makes perfect." Tl.oro -iro a dozen llttlo
.......... i. iu u uiurcomo Wlioch
uiporicnco enn master. A, J
HULOFF AS A 1'OF.T.
A correspondent or tho Chlcngo Time
wrltos from Svraeusoi t. n ?. ..i...
known that ItulolT, who wt roeontly 0xe
eulcd nt Illnghatnnton, was Bomothlng of
HehlnJn n.y.ierlous window, a nMt little ti.t.lct
AnJ "imo:1.0"! ful' ','"h0y upon It tome IttgM
llltlo tioini Inul inn.lt. 8
And the nletti- l n,i nt' . i , . .. .
ulu-,.,, v, !... i.t" "omeciiii
The arlltt wnn (od't eentln an '
'ight that pnlnled
tho clouds l the West.
Forcvit this picture ilmll lloKer, tlmll form of
llljr imiiii IIP, inn,
Kor'llMiiily the twin of a plclure Hint linni;. In
thn h llU of mv henrl. "
May Iho llfo of tho lieaullful mthlen foiever
Kiikii ouiwnni in hoiik,
Till tho Miim hernelf up Into lletven where
iiiiisiu nun inaiiieii ik'IOUk.
"JOHN" IN LOUISIANA.
Tho movement to introdtico. Chlnesn In.
bor in Louisiana appears to bo successful.
Many of tho richest and tnot Inlluonllnl
plantors of tho stato aro engaged In it ns
stocKholdors in tho Louisiaimimmlgrullot,
company, Just organized with a cnnllal of
$250,000, In SlOO thnros. A Mr. l'nyne,
who Is at prosont In China as tho agent or
several Individual planters, has engaged
ono thousand laborers In that country, uud
expects to reach Louisiana with them in
timo for tho planting of tho next eron.
Thoy havo all bcon selected from tho agri
cultural districts of China and thoy have
agreed to work for eight or ton yea- for
U a month In gold. Tho Chinoio at pres
ent in Louisiana livo in perfect harmony
with tho negroos. Thoy aro nearly all un
marri 1 young men, and aro neat and ex
cellent workmen. Thoy also appear lo bo
perfectly contented. Tiioy aro paid $13 a
month In curroncy. Thoir cabins aro kept
with groat care and cleanliness. No
doubt liouisiuna will soon havo a largo
AN ANKCDOTK OF TOM HOOD.
Tho genii' ot Tom Hood has been so
generally acknowledged, his humor and
his pathos so highly appreciated, and st
many anecdotes recorded to 1,'in. that I
shall only cilo ono of his sullies, which I
boliovo lias never been chronicled. At a
largo dinner party at Jordan's, ono of tho
guests indulged in some wonderful ac
counts of Ins shooting. The number of
l.!- l- 1.- 1 I , . , .1 a, .
uirus nu iiuu Kineu, anu ino uistunco Ul
which he had brought thorn down, wcro
extraordinary. Hood quietly renis'ked:
"Whtl he. hit l.i hlidorv;
Whtt ho mUffd la nijalerjr.''
I From the C.ilUtin (iau-lle.l
i he UAiao jiuLLKTiN Has occn en
larged and reset in a new, neat and costly
dress. It is the liveliest demo ntlc paper
In the state.
IS? The San Francisco Chroniclo iovs:
Mrs. Fair is quietly roposing in tho cell of
tho county jail. Her surroundings ro as
comfortable as possiblo under tho circum
stances. Her mother and daughter, and
tho fow of her sex who still feci Interested
in her fate, aro allowed to v i 1 1 by permit
of tho Sheriff. Sho sleeps but little, which
is search to b o wondered nt. With tho
past and tho futuro free to work thoir will
witti i,er in dreams, sleep would bo torturo.
iter nppciito u dainty nnd t-xac'.ing, Put
Cf?" One o? tho negro legislators of
Mississippi shot a whito man for refusing
to arguo politics with him. Tho lloston
J'oat thut uxpro'scs Its Indignation: "Ha
negro can't compel a whito man to answer
when spoken to, what in tho worJ is 'ho
uso of civil rights?"
I From the Jtck.onport (Ark.! Htatenmr n.)
Iron for the Cairo and Fulton railroad
continues to arrive at Littlo Hock. Tho
Southwestern unloaded 2 700 bars on
Thursday, and there is moro on tho way.
BfiTJoiT Davis, says tho Cincinnati
C'ommrrn'ii, has done his part to help tho
Republican party out of its troubles. His
speech was beautifully tluud for the all
important Ohio campaign.
A. WADGYM AH, M. 1).,
1)!IYSI(!IAN, SSiUKeon nnd Acenuheur, formerly
. of Anna, Union county, llllnolx, lata n r-
mnnenllv Incited In Cmr.i.
uveiue, VtHeen Kiultth ami Ninth slreeia, West
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. I).
pUSIIII.NCK-No. 21 Thirleemh tilreft. Ik
J V tween Wunhlnxton avenuetud Wnlnut slrott.
uHieolai Commercial nieniie. up-ttalrt.
(J. W. DUNNING, M. D.
1)K.HI!iK.'t;r:-eorner Ninth nnd Wnlnnt t.
t (Jlliee conicr hixlh ntreit and Ohio levee.
Othco hours Irom fin.m. to 12 m., nnd u p.m.
Savbj TI.MK, LAHOlt and MONEY
OVKn OTIIKK AIITICLK IN USE FOR FLOOR
AND HOUSK-CLKANlNd, AUK
Itl It lurni.lies water and does tho tcrulihlne
and inoppInK nt thu hmiiio time.
It will do Its work in one-fourth of the
limo required in tho ordinary uny,
.'Id It will do tho work of tho scrubbing brush
en, ihttl COHI75 cents e lull,
-llll It will unto the pneo ol itself twice ay enr
5lli It will not ruisc udusl,
Olli Tho rubber can bo replaced for lSccnU.
7lli Tho hrail is malleable Iron, and will last
Hill If you wIhIi In unon mop, or cloth, to dry
the corners, remove the tin. uud insert your cloth.
nnd you have I hut additional advantage.
KVEHY FAMILY, STOHK, SALOON
HOTKL AND STEAM HOAT
SHOULD USK THEM.
1 nm nrcnarcd to furnish theu, by unalo dozen
oritrima, on ehort notice Addrem
myitfdlm WM. IIKNKV, Ciiro, Ilia.
li. S. HAlUtKLL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FUHNISU1NG GOODS,
HA It F1XTUHES,
185 & 187 Commercial A.venvio
W. 11. MOUIllS, 11. II. OANPKi:
Notury Public, No. Pub. nnd I'. 8. Com.
FIHK, HULL, CAIUIO, I.IVK .STOCK
ACCIDKNT, LI FK
A.TUA, HAUTFOHIi, '
NOItTH AMKItlCA, I'A.,
A tet a,.
, . .
" V-l l,5l 72
INTKIIN'Al IONAI, N. V.,
I, .V, I, fit 17
AMKItll'AN OKNTItA I.. Mo..
rONNKOTlOUT MUTUAL I.IKK.
" " tl.lanlM) ()
TKAVKI.EIt's, HAIlTIOltD, I.IIK AND
A CC ID KNT,
np-i'iiw.i . vmi.i.
haii.u-ay lAHH:u:Kh, asmjham-k
Mil I. .11.1
SAFFOItl), MOHHIS Si CA.N'DKK,
71 Olilii l.ere.
City Nttlonal Tank, CAIIIO, ILL.
EIRE AND MARINE
NIAOAI1A, N. V.,
At .l,l!,2ie te.
(IKHMANIA, N. V.,
A-et I.la.s.721 7
HANOVKII, N. V.,
AMela 72l,(u72 ti
lSi:i'Uill.lP, N. V.,
Aoa ,.,., ..7llil' (il
CornpriaiiiR the Underwriter' Agi ney.
.VONKKKs, N. V.,
Anal. K'.f.t 1J
Aaaelt m.P'l 13
J'IKKMKnV I' UN 11, S. V.,
Asaetii (,7-,1'M Kl
SKCUKITV, N. V. MA It INK,
A-H "..CW.tri HI
STORK, Duelling, Kurnlture, Hull, nnd Car.
Hiiro, inauri-d hI rale- ua fntorable a aotiud,
pennanent nvnriiv will wnrrtnl.
I re-tlully t-k ul the eilueiia of Corn, n
share ol their pntrnae.
V. .V III'IIIIKS,
t' Olhee HI KiMt NhIii.i.iiI ll.nV.
IMMItJKA.N'T TII K f.TH.
I N.MAN LINK.
Liveried, New-York and Phil elelpln i
i viiia cornirT nun t mim, tii wu i uiii-ii
t,ol I UMI Ma
Kor IXirrjuiK the Mnila,
FOR HASSaTTk TICK UTS
OH II HIIirU IsrilHM 4TIO.V
Al'l'LY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.,
1 fi Itroivluiiy, New York, or lo
II . II o II I ,
21C Washington Ateuiie, Cmro, Illinoi-.
FOlt SALE, ) KorHiii.. t FOH SALK,
I Ker Hule 1 1
FOK SALE. J Kr h!i! ( FOH SALE.
Faro from Livkih'ool,
Faro from Londondkiiky,
Faro from Glasoow,
Faro from Qukknstown
TO CAIHO, i : : $18.20
Batumi, Morrii A Cnndee, Aki iiI".
l'AKKKIt & ULAKK,
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, OILS,
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTY,
WALL PAI'KR.WINDOW SHADES
05 OHIO LEVEE,
ORDINANCE NO. 11 1.
An Ordinance authorUing ty f oxeoullon In
lie It ordained by tlio City Council of theclly of
Hkction 1. That it thallbt i tho dny oflho I'olieo
naV hS& Uu onnd iu.Hrof iVlorTjtlon of any
ordinance of ttldclly, and ll,e City Attorney may
direct tuoh tuy whonaver ho may think the In
ierial of IliecUV rnulre hucIi .lay orcxo.M,tlon,
Provided, any poraon In wbota favor tlty of elo
cution lilitd who ahull bo lound wllhla the limit
of the cily of Cairo after the time of auch tttv of
execution oat eiaesea biwu uhii wiv nn u no
tucU ttty 61 execution bad beta granted,
ADDrOVtd JnnajU-id. 1H71.
Attfit, JOUNM.LAN4I3KN. Mayor.
M, J, Utvf uv, City Cleik, jriWPn
''iNTEUESTVYl N(" PL AN '
A new and novel tyslem of ,,f,, In-urnie-e ie
eenllv Inlrodliced hv llm
MISSOURI MUTUAL WKB
of sr. i.oris.
My lliltsy'lem, I. lie Inoirniiee la furnii.ied
' little eo.t in by the uii:il iiliiie , and the ol
ley hoi ler li-eeltea nil tniilliil ttilnrea ol iteveii
Hir eeiit, upon all the luniiey p.ud h) hiiiilntle
'uiiptiiy j hin niiiniil pieminiii llm. i-icitiiii
lihn na much in n Koteiiuii) ul bond.
'I he plitn I .... i Ihiniiliehly enlul eil nlel
fully indoraed by the riio I eiriiueiil le-lluilli,
mid akilllul iiiiitheiii'itklHUa liilhehmdi mdeei,
II hua not yet hren the Miibjii l ol linlxtorallti
niflitli.il luniiy reapretutile iiii,t. I
"Hire of the Oiripsoy,
NflRTII WKHT CottNKIt IdllltTII AMOI P
ST. LOUIS, MO
AUTIIUH H, I'.AIlltKTT I'res.dcM
IIksi. Willi a mi, s, err tun.
Misaouiii wTmjj x,
It Hd.. Iiluh In the hat i, aolllld, Ihrlfl) W,-le,
l.de l'o,iq,aii,.. '
It h.iv ninpleeapltnl A,iU,
, !!?.",V"l",","r", 11,11 "noiiifh toei.wr ulu
li ililllllea in nddllio.i to the e-quinl
It baa one hundred Ihomnnd iloll ira . t.ajli' .
wall thoHtateor Mloiiri na :i p.riilil d viur
milee toll. rf,iev holdera.
It li:-.rii,li.M fully with the new Hwai.l
lnle, whlchnreiiilte . e.wtiiiKaiid nunc r Id
I) i nfoieeil Ihnn Iho.euf Knalern Htalea
II ine.la lln fiinda In Iho Weal, anion ' tie
people irein whotnthey nre re,'eive I.
Ila munoxeim ul tanuoroiia, al,iirul and pi
Ha ntiniifil ineome fiom the mlere.t rdnne
alrindy more limn aiittielent (, p,y h,
It laaiien i,olicl in the nrdiimr) life nnd en
don merit plana, nt , , rille . I)(.r ,,r,,.
The poliey holders rceeltn nil Hie l.rofit ) ill mi
iiunlditidrnda. The atiK-k holdera enn n-eelie mdy lenf
eeut. of Interot on their enpllnl, by lie- lenn. 4
Ihiiniimial ditldenda to (rtli. y lie : lei hi,, id
ready Kreater than nlitny l.i.leni l.iiipuiie.
have eler iHeriHbln to aiy.
The Mate of llllnoia paul l.i.l yen, nla.nt kr,r
million dollar lor Life luaiiraiire.
Why aeud ao much money out ul the J.le
nwny lo New York nn I New Knirland for na arlitje
thai may Uj proliiid Joat na cheap'r (or more t.o
uonii A LOW,
tprlaMll AKenfaj nl Cairo.
CO.M.1INniON A.M rOllWAHIllMJ
CLOSE "& VI.NCE.NT,"
G ENERAL COX .M ISSI OX
Ckmknt, Plastkii Paiii-,
1' L A ST E R E H S HAIR,
Curlier lllulilli Slreel mill Ohio l.ev.e.
MILLElt ,V PARK EH,
G ENERA L COMMLSSION
FOlt WA I'.IM N(! M I : H f ' 1 1 A N TS
DEALEHS IN l-l.tHMI, I'OHV
Oats, Hay, etc.
S3 Ohio Lkvkk, CAIHO, ILLS
JOHN H. IM1ILL1S,
(Hneceaanr to PniVer & Plnllin,)
G I.N MR A L COaLMISSION
FOH WA Kill NG MEHCHANT.
DKALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Alcal, Bran,
Con. TK N'T 1 1 -ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
.1. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
C-ueeeaaora to II, II. Hendricks A Co, )
Forwarding and Commission
W II A HF-HOAT PROPRIETORS,
CM HO, ILL.
TVTii''ll'or''1 Advances madn upon.rsrar
l-S.. ConalKiimenta. "2?il
Aro prepared to receive, .lore and fornnrd
frelMhli lo nil jioinlanml buy nnd
Mil ou entniniaaioii,
HTIIimiaefKi attended lo promptly.
(Sncceisor of Ayen A Co )
General Commission Morchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
t'OAI. AMI 1VOOII.
V; M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
1 M. WAUD ,n prepared to deliver Ihe bo-l
; i l'iru Wooil nnd Htouo Coal
IN ANY PART OF TIIK CITY,
And in any quantity dcaired, on abort nolice
COAL DELIVERED at S1.00 pk.r ton.
OKKICK-Over Hoerwart, Orlli A Co.'a tlove,
two doom tbovo tho corner iitKlKhll, ntreet tad
Commecclal areaue, arccii