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Thr ijpioViI paper ofAlexanltr trmnlij ami of tht cilv of
Lam; the onljmorning dixti in'tituthcrn lllinoiti
a itite-axaXe journal ; mail, but ftnrleu ; out,
;wci on all euljeeti of intern! to tht puUic ;
ti Uk a large awt Inertatinr) circulation, the llulle
tin mtmtt the patronage ot intelligent rtwttrt ami
enterpnnnn butmui men,
THE DOLLAR WKKKI.Y HULLETIN.
John H. Obcrly Co. navo reduced tho n1
tcription price of the Weekly dim lliilletin to
One IMlar per annum, making It the cheapest pa
perpubllihcd In Southern Illinois.
Tiik King of tho Cannibal kiih h
in trouble. Ho lias lately become a re
former, and attempted a little restrict
ive IcpiMation, enacting a law to prohib
it tho use of missionaries as an article o
food; but the guileless Fijians relented
this interference with their liberty, and
Iiavc risen in revolt. So tho good l;in
IJiiiipninbob litis been compelled to
take .tip arms against the rebellions
cannibals, and we suppose his projected
viit to the United StatC3 will have to
be postponed. AVc always know how
difficult it was to enforce nny laws regu
lating such matters ns food and drink,
but we did not expect to havo a practi
cal exemplification all tho way from
A VritlTEP. to Sunday's ITeraUl gives
a very poetical description of what he
calls tho Church of tho Future. It is
an immense octagonal temple with fix
teen cntrauces, each of vbich is a chape
occupied by n distinct denomination
In the center is the sanctuary, worship
ers 'in which unite nil the best quali
ties of every sect. Thero is a font for
infant baptism and a lake for adults
and all who wish baptismal burial. An
invocation is h'-ard, modelled apparent
ly on Pope's ""Universal Prayer," and
a creed void of intolerance and huper
rtitiou. Tho shaker shakes hands with
tho positivist, the mormon unites witl
the worshiper of Josh, Theodore Far
kr and President Edwards salute cad
other with a holy kiss, and prc-byter
ians, episcopalians, baptists, methodic
jew, gentile, catholic, Mohommedaii and
buddhist mutually embrace. Choral
music and softly falling light and (low
ers abound, and every worshiper, what
ever be his wealth or penury, his ob
pcurity or fame, is habited in a spotlcrs
linen garment wherein he robes himself
in the lobby before crossing the thres
hold of tho church proper. This idea
is beautiful one and of great metaphor
lcl value. Tho sentiment it symbol
iios lias at once a great deal of poetic,
practical and spiritual worth.
AJL-x days ago wo published a syn
opsis of a sharp correspondence which
had passed between Prince JJiamark
aad Karl Granville in reference to tho
island of Heligoland. England has it
mid Prussia wuuts it.
The Heligoland tmcMion, an ex
change predicts, threatens to cause as
mnch disturbance as the Schleswig
llolslcin question, with which it is, in
fact, related ; but one hesitates to be
lieve it possiblo that the peace ot Eu
rope should again bo disturbed upon a
pretext so trival.
The mcio mention of (he .Suhleswig-
Jlolbtein question is sufficient to alartn
the ordinary reader, and to deter hiin
from attempting to grapple with any
question connected witu it, but forturj-
ately tho fow facts essential ta lo known
in regard to this new cause of disturb-
Ill A I. I AT
'.V jj are easily, eiaicu. i hero is a lit-
" 'Hp ilnd in tha North hca, about thirty-
five miles fr-m the maiiilaiid, naiuoJ
Heligoland, which Gron: Jhilain look
from Denmark in JSC". Genua y
wants this island, or the simple teas n
that it lies of the mouths of tho El!ic
and Wo.or, and its jio'so5ion by Great
IJritnin in the crent oi war with Ger
many would enablo lier to command the
commerce of Hamburg and Drcmcn.
This wo say is t tic real reason, mid n
sufficiently obvious one it is, why Ger
many wants Heligoland j but tho noin-
ii.il reason is not quite so sound. The
sland is claimed as a detached bit of
athcrlaud, inhabited by n portion of
the Germanic race, and therefore bo-
longiiii: bv natural rii-ht tn thn C.
empire. Tho poets havo actually taken
to making verses about "das Dcutschcs
Heligoland," but ns tho islanders wcro
uovor under German rule, nnd do not
oven speak German, but only Dutch
and Frisian, this pica is rather "too
thin" to bo allowed.
Prince Uisinark, however, is not
likely to rely much upon tho senti
mental p.ca; if ho thinks the possession
of Heligoland necessary for the protec
tion of tho German coast, ho will not
hesitate to say ho. And what will
England reply? Jlcally thero is no
earthly reason for holding on to tho
island, which has little or no pecuniary
value ; but if there bo ono thing that
John Hull hates to do moro than an
other, it is to give up nny plunder on
which ho has once laid his hands, and
especially to do so under any suspicion
of compulsion. Earl Granville, it is
said, lias possitivcly refused to part
with Heligoland, and wo havo no doubt
that Crown and Pnrlimont and' people
would bo quite ready to go to war, nil
unprepared as they nre, for the sake of
a little cight-by-tcn island of which
most of them had never heard before,
and for which nono of them could pos
sibly caro a sixpence. "Wo cauuot but
honor tho intenso national pride of the
English, which makes them not easily
to bo bullied, but certainly it would be
a calamity to the world if they were to
bo drawn into n quarrel with Germany
at this timo.
Tho outlook in Europe just now is
gloomy enough. Thero is France, weak
and exhausted, with her conqueror
standing over hoc shaking n duo bill in
her face; the sanio imperious power
ready to pick ti quarrel with England,
and perhaps with Austria too, who is
too weak now to oflcr much resistance,
and probably looks upon herself as
the next victim of Imperial ambition;
Italy and Spain xtill distracted by their
own troubles; actually the wholo cf
Europe seomsto liont tho mercy of tho
two C'jfsars who havo lately exchanged
friendly greetings at liorlin. And
under it all is this seething mass of ig
norant republicanism, as represented
by the the International, that would
overturn tho wholo fabric of society.
is there to bo jio choice between abso
lutism and communism ; or is tho
slrugglc only to bo put ofT by a con
stant waifaro between tho nations?
At least lc v i hope (hat our English
cousins may keep out of the troubles
or it while.
(O itlnr. I in finm nl I Hoiircei.
-Dark brown Kids wear better tin n
nny other color.
Why will to many Indies wear holr
rings ouUiJo Uiuir glovo 1
Snir.o writers think prlmroio color tho
)ct yd discovered.
Chit r if imnll roses fur tlio Imlr
compMo u dainty bull eustinile.
A Inly who would piusc-H it truly
fiislilonnbUi hutul of Intir inuil spend from
$0 to $100.
it i . ....
ii.iiu.umo truveitiu; coftumcs arc
mnde of foulard surp-, c.iineo iiml nil silks
of milet, iiriitrnl tints.
juttro v.ii!s of lil.u-k dotted lace, bor
deru'l, nre giiic-ofiilly thrown over the bon
net in true spaniili iiiiliiun.
A lltiwln leather Inn; iittnelied to n
belt nnd lump nt tlio hip is a very pretty
adjunct to u lady's chopping costume.
Nuver has thoru been to urcnt u fur
ore f.ir luce; wearing it becomingly serves
gtciitly to tone dnwn tho complexion.
.Styles, olthcr in drcs or in hcud-gonr,
when curried into tho extreme, uro
termed by tho Indies of tho Involution
"insnne," or "crazy" fushlons.
Tho dllllctilty, not to say tho anguish
which women cxperienco in managing at
train should alono insuro its condemna
tion, say thoio who f.ivor short dresses.
A fHshlonablo costume Is a delicious
melange of puJUngs, cross-cut tucking
ruches, rullloi, bows and Ilutlngs; gilt
plaitings, sido plaiting, fringes, laecs nnd
A very beautiful ball dresi for tho
Minimcr season is a delicato whito silk
trimmed with flounclngs of tulle, overlaid
by black thread lace, draped high in tho
lidos with hows of roso-eolored ribbon
oJgod with black laco hoad-Jress, pink
fenthor tips and small roses.
Upon hats which, ns tho season ad
vances, aro fast taking the place of the
t'nyclpsey bonnet, flowers, feathers and
laco aro used in profusion upon Iho left
tide of tho high crown. "What nu enuls-
Ito enntrou to boo under a coqtictthh Leg
horn, with Its nlry lightness and floating
featber or a piquant turban blushing
with ruses, whero wo should look for n
dimpled. faced maiden to beholj t'.-lioit
of on sgrandmolher I
CSVIt Is ttntod th at nn loss n cm ilinn
?200,003 wni eubiorikd for tho defence of
f.vo.ooj wni euoiorlbtu fo
tho women pcrsonators, Ilu
in Iijndon, und that a yoi
marquU gave t25,0o.
Agate li coming fuvor ngnln for tho
lmndle of parasols.
Mnndnrln lawn'' is tho natno of n
now mitcrinl for morning dres'es.
Spoiled vcil, now so much worn, nro
vi-ry injurious to thooyolght.
.Monograms havo rather L-ono nut of
insuion. A crest or nothing Is fashion's
An exchange say : Shnrn-fnced rdrls
ougnt to wear brond-brlmmcd Hat half
w i n
Kound-chockod ones, if discreet, will con
fine themselves strictly to turbans.
-Very pretty irlovo fusion im nrn mndn
wiui uaggor-hilt and sheath, so ns to look
ox actiy like a small etlllctto.
Tho very prelllost of nil tho linen
.ill.... .f . ... .
ouna mu ui ica coior wiin a very lino hair
stnpo of white Such a relief from the
Ladles aro carrying parasols in which
tho pieces aro mado nltcrnatelv of contrast.
big colors. They aro too loud for tho city.
OEXKllAL I.OOAN AND THE I'llKSIDKNnv
Tho Now York correspondent of tho
... u..wiiig Anjniuiicuii, wrucsns ioiiows:
Alll0IlI tlln vmtnr.
pi presidential honors is Ocn. Logan. "VY'o
piiuw im u.iucu to run, ior wo met iilm a
few days ebico til tho Fifth Avenue, nnd
when wo asked him who was his candidate
ho couldn't think of anybody. Ho was in
!H.If ",V0Ul OnniBonoral?" wo asked.
"Well, Grant why Ornnt has lind ono
term In tho while house, nnd I'm Inclined
to think as M r. Orceloy does."
""Wouldn't Humnor run well?"
"No, Sumner is too old f besides Grant
would kill him with anti-oflico influnotico."
"How about Ohnse?"
"Oh I ho died In '08. lie's vory doad.
"IIo's too d pcacocky; too many peo
Dlo hato him personally."
"Ahi't Fcnton n strongman?"
""Well, yes; Fcnton is strong and ollv,
too. Iln'd mako n bcLtnr Wnrwlplr llio'n
king. Then Oonkling would run himself
out of his patent leather shoos to kick him,
even if it hurt his foot moro than his col
league" And SO hn Went nil llirnnoli rVlC.T
Illalne, Uutlcr, up and down tho gamut of
vnu suiiniu nnu nousc, out ijQgan colllil not
iiuiiK 01 n man no. not one w 10 would
bo nblo to lead us to victory in 1872.
MEMI1EUS OK CONOUESS JIOKS IN EOltEIOX
1. Eugene Casscrly, senator from Cal
ifornill. bnrtl 111 Trntnntl tn 1Q01
" llic.'lnnl U WlillM... ,'.,.....:....
of tho Second district of Ocorgia, born in
Cmintv ll.ilill Irnl.it.l In IQ1I1
3. Crarl Schurz, senator from Missouri,
l.n t T II. 1 "1 t . n
'1. fttlfttnVIM A VinlrnlKitr i-nii.HAi,),!
Uvo of tho Second district of Aliisouri, born
nnnr (Inlnt'iin mi flm lMtlnn 1 1 Qot
.-..w .... titw 111 Ik'Ull
C. Samuel S. Hurdott, roprcscntnlivo of
i,n T.':r,i. .u. ...... , i .
-nan iui ui .uissouri, uorn in
Loic.e.Ucralilr,- Vrw,lnnr1 In leic.
C- Thomas Kinsolla, roprcscntatlvo of
thn Knennil ii tal rt.-.f rVnn. u
Ireland in 18.12.
7. William I!. Itnhori.
from tho Fifth district of tho samo state,
uorn in Ireland in 1830.
8. bamuel Onllith, representative from
tho Twentieth district of l'cnnsvlvanin,
born in Wale, Great lirltaln, in lfilG.
O.-Inmes 11. lMnlt, rcpresenta'ivo from
tho Second district of Virginia, born in
St. .lohn's. C'linmln in lflT
lfl A inviitiilnr Mtiol.nll
...w... v., ..iiitiiuii! j UVIIIULI U
from tho Flnt district of Wisconsin, born
in jujorupcnsmre, ncollnnd, 1817.
Itccapitulatlon: I born In Ireland;
1 In J'.I ir anil ! "' In I Jnrmntu- l in Muni
land; 1 in Canada.
D1STIIUCTIOK OK THE TIlEASfliES At'CttM
VI.ATKII 11Y M. TIIIEKS.
I'aris Corresp ndcaco Xew York World
31. Thlors' furniture, papors. nnd works
of art were carried from his mansion to
the state warehouse near tho Champ de
.Mars. Hero thoy wcra examined nnd
sorted. Tho furniture, tho portfolios of
drawings, engravings, water-color draw
ings wore lelt in tho stato warehouse,
The papers, correspondence manunscript,
Ac, wero sent in baskets to tho Hotel de
Ville, whero thoy all perished in tho con
flagration. No ono seems to know what
has become of the objects in gold nnd sil
ver. Eleven vans tilled with tho rare
bronzes, statuetts, has rallufi, &c., wero
sent to tho Louvre, which unfortunately
r i ... . . .. ri' l "
ruuibeu in reeeivu mum. i noy wuru unr
rlod to tho Tullorlcs and placed In tho
stucco saloon, n largo room tiolwcon tlio
Pavilion uo I.lIoroloKO and tho Pavilion
do Flore, where ohJceU on snlo woro sub
mlttcd to tho inspection of tho mcmbors
of tho Imperial family, whoso tastes their
owners thought thoy might suit. It is to
no learea mat tuoy wero destroyed w.th
tho Tullorlcs. Sumo hopes aro however,
sun enienaineu inoy may nave been In a
measure protected by tho" ceilings of tho
iioor aiioyc, which tell on them. Workmen
havo commenced removing tlieso frug
ItUSSIA.N (IKNEPAI. ON THE EASTEIt.V yfES
TIO.V. From ilia N. Y. Hi-raM.
flnnnrnl 1,uli.tntr n sulillnp u,wl o ...tin.
...... ...... - .....j.. Vw,Mlu. ,.,,v. ntiiui
of the Kussian cmpiro, who has given
much attontlon to tho Katern question,
has just published tho second part of his
work on that subject. According to tho
General s views tho t'.mo for Itussla to act
has come. Ho says: "Slnco tho Crimean
war wo havo been passive, nnd tho conso
quenco Is that every great ovont that has
occurred in Europe has boon turnod in nor
mlviintnr'c. A II llin wnrM I. .,f.nlnD i.
Kusslans, and thoy can no loger trust to tho
cnapior oi acciuonis tor mo continuance (
tho iiilluancothoy havo hitherto enjoyod,
Tlwtwrltnr Ii nn mlmlrnp nn!A.i.,u
Jontly, and fails to pcrcclv that tho Intor-
csi3 oi mu iwo couutries nro in any way
identien), Germany, ho bolloves, will side
with Auitria should nny dillleulty betweon
the lattor power and Jtussia ever nrrisc;
beside, ho thinks that Austria has behind
hor a resorvo of ono hundrod thousnd
i oies who could he drawn from Gallcla i
case of trouble. Tho truo policy of Itussi
according to Oonorl Fadejetf, is in a coal
moii oi mo Mavnnic races and tho aban
donment by tho llussiun Court of tho lcun
ings towards Germany. "'0 nro of tho
opinion that theso views nro shared by n
largo number of tho statesmen and olllcors
of llussln, and that tho present courso of
tho Cztr in tho cultivation of friondly re
lations which tho German Kaiser docs not
.w iuuuiiy;ii.o loading
111 1 1 " VIS11 10 l0r
I.Ol'ISIA.VA COTTOS C1101-.
A letter from .Mindcn, hi., nddrco
.Messrs.h, H. Hlchardson A Co.,iays -
lirOSIICCtS lit thll tlnm f.ii- ,. mil.,,'
Vrv f.lrinmv W.. l,n.... I. ...I .'
1' Ti .- " . ""u vuO 'lea
r.'llllS lit (llllnriHlt linwii In. I...
throo weoks, the heaviest fall of water ovor
known in this section, Jt has ruined
many farmers, washing away fences, crops
nnd corn. Tho very soil in number of
Places wnshlmr to thn r-l-n- I,,,,,,,!...: 1..
other jilaccs covorlng fields and crops with
a.foot of sand, atany havo had to aban
don thoir crops on Itcd river. Thoy nro
sullering very much, and many larco
nlftrr-t rt-n.ll,.ti,n 1 ni...... . b
. ,v...unu, utu nuns covor a
larirfl l(.Clinr, nml van fn L..lt..ll.1 til
1 " .. .' w "u Will III
JttlO W cotton crop materially,
DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1871.
At'Ot-MTA. Mi.- t.. ... .
....... jico was o cctod nrosldont
Genera Itoborf, tho candidate & GovSr-
anu 0 1 -Kin;.,1 H I,,0d n
and L. 1 . Kimball was nominated forcov-
ernor, receiving !f,5 votes, scattering?
1 he follow ng I, tho substanco of tho
resolutions adopted :
Jlcsohcl, That, burying out of sight all
dead issues, wo address ourselves to tho
vital Issues nnd questions of tho hour,
bringing them to nnd determining them bv
the living principles of domocrncy, ns pro
mulgated by tho fathers of tho republic:
that wo recognize our binding obligations
to tlio constitution of tho UniUd States as
it now exists, but denounco tho means by
which tho amendments becamo tho su
premo law of tho land ; that wo will faith
fully support the constitution of tho United
States, ns it now exists, nnd that wo de
mand for it a strict construction, so ns to
protect equally thn rights of states and of
Jlesolved, That wo cherish tho Amoricnn
system of state and local governments,
nnd that wo will forever defend tho eamo
against centralized federal powor.
Jteaohrtt, That wo reject tho idea of tho
repudiation of thn nntlnnnl ,11,1 n,l 1,n.
Ilovo it to bo tho duty of tho government
iijr utcuiuiiif; id mw, anu in lawiui
money nil its liabilities.
Tho fourth resolution opposes a high
Iirotoetlvo In rill'- thn flfili nil.n.nin. tll
servlco reform ; tho sixth favors universal
liesolvcd, Tint tho action of tho admin
istration In using the power of appoint
ment to nvcrrldn n cMtlml ,lnlatnn ,.r . I.
V, . 11 U
SUn rclim COIirt Wn ron-nnl 'na o ilui,...,,.
nnd omnlnus Indication, nnd ns demonstrat
ing inni sinco mo grand co-ordlnato di
visions ot tho government nro not safo
irom cxccuiivo usurpation, tiint tho party
upholding such nn nrrogant nssumption of
powor is unlit for the position of trustees
of constitutional liberty.
a no resolutions concludo oyplodging tho
support of the party to tho nominees.
11E.V IlUTI.En TICKED UI
rfrom tho Now Orleans Picayune
Tho following good story and true nbout
lien llutlor has, wo bollove, never beforo
Dr. Cottman. who was a resldontof TCnw
Orleans during tho wartimes, and who had
signed tho original ordinanco of secession.
after having fjuht it with all his might
in tho convention, bethought himself of
running for Congress during tho reign of
.u.ivi. a. nu iu. iBsuuijuiuiiB wurnor, now
over, heard ot Cottman's aspirations and
sent ior him, when, tho following dialogue
Uutler "Doctor, ! hear you think of
runcing for Congress?"
Doctor "You have been correctly hi
llutler (with an nirofsovorlty) "Why,
how can you run for Congress," sir, when
you signed tho ordinanco of secession?"
Doctor -'Why, you see, General, I did
sign tho ordinnnce, but only as n rcitnets."
Uutler (very red in tho faco and very
angry) "As a wiinw, sir. Look nt that I
(suddonly unrolling n copy of tho secession
ordinance.) "Look ntyoiirslgnaturothcre
sirl as plain and bold ns that of .John Ran
dolph's to tho Declaration of Independence
Doctor (calm, but with a spice of sarcasm
in his vnoco) "Itoally, General, 1 never
know beforo that John llandolph signed
tho Declaration of Independence"
llutler (suddenly chopfallon, but still
vory mad) "John Hancock, I meant, sirl
John Hancock! liut it's nil tho same
thing, sir; all tho samo thing!''
It is scarcely necessary to add that Dr.
Cottman did not run fur Congress.
A E1SH ISTOIlY.
Wo cony the following good ono from
tliH New Urloans Picayune;
"We met n boy on tho streets, and with
out tho corcmon v of asking our name, ho
"You just orter been down to tho river
a while ngol''
" hy I wo inquired.
"llccnuso a niggor was in thero swim
ming, nnd a big catfish camo up behind
him and swallowed both tils feet, and went
swimming along on ton of tho wator with
nun ; and tnoy caino behind another big
11 all, and tho nigger swallowed Ids tail,
anu ma nigger una tlio two llsh went
wen, men wnnt "
"Why, lifter a whllo tho nigger swal
lowed the llsh, and tho othor llsh swal
lowed tho nigger, nnd that's tho last I saw
of either of them."
"bonny," snid we, with a feeling of
inarm ior mo uov, --you aro in a lair way
to become tho editor of a radical paper."
C'-Ono of tho editors of tho Charles
ton (S. 0.) Cotrir. who was a personal
friend of Mr. Vallandlghnm, rolatcs nn
incident of tho Democratic Convention in
that city in 1800. On ono occasion, when
-Mr. Viilliinillirhiim Mr .Tnlm A r
nt Illinois, .Mr. Lnrrabco, of Wisconsin,
nnd others, woro present, tho conversion
turnd upon tho threatening nttltudoof tho
OUCStloii before tho cnnvontlnn Mr Voll.
andigham roso at tho dinner tablo, with
an air of great gravity; and said: "Gcntlo-
llian if lllO Domocriltir. nnrl v ll llia.nvar1,1
in this Charleston Convention tho result
win no tlio disruption or tho Union, and
ono ol tho bloodiest civil wars on record,
tho magnltudo of which no ono can esti
mate. In tho unity of tlio Democratic
party, aim in tno Union, lies tho hopo of
tho South nnd of republican government."
Mr. Lognn replied; Sit down, Vallnndig
ham and drink your wine. You are
always prophesying." Mr .Vallandlgham
rejoined: "Oontleman, I speak earnestly,
becnuso I feel deeply Impressed with tho
truth of what I have nt erod."
BSy-lho Pittsburg 1'ost thus alludes to
ono of tho flish novelists of tho day:
Charles ltcado has invented another wo
man that strides like a camoleopard when
alio is in a rage. Thero was ono of tho
sort in 'Griffith Gaunt,' and now ono has
coaio upon.tho sccno in a "Porrlblo Tempta
tion.' Mr. ltcado npnears to bo qulto un
conscious of tho possible elTect of this sort
of thing among our Imltatlvo fashion
ablo young women. Tho 'Orecian bond,'
tho Aloxandor limp.' nnd tho 'Hn!n
havo boon bad enough; but if thoy aro
succeeded by tho 'camoleopard lope,' tho
novollst must bo sternly cnutionod to ub
stain in futuro from zoologlcs.1 illustra
'fun imcctest soniji nro tlioto
Tint few- men eu-rlicar,
And ue men over elnj; ;
Tlio elrarcnt kio are thosu
Tnut farthimt nllanpenr
To Lint of (trougciit wing ;
Tlio ikntTut love nro thosn
Tint nn ii in can come near
Willi ins iK-at louoying.
. , , Thuiiintla Mother of nil
nnowoil ma tho lorooi color niul of touncls !
Tlieinumiu-ralilo toneim-nlnol benutyi
Tim nilraclu of Renorutlvo lorco i
Kar.rcauliliiK couoonln pt Amronomy
iff . "".' l'T,,l,, In tlio punetuul blrt's
Mainly, tho linked purpss.. ol tho wholo -,
Anj, clilfet rrlw, fonnd 1 truo liberty
ill home of homos plaln-ilealln Nutur gvr.
Ilulfh Wuttki Inter ton.
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
CAIltO, II, LI. VOI 8,
lias on hftD'l
A PINK STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELltY, ETC.
Particular attention glten to
nKPAIRINO FINE WATCHES.
The largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
IK tm citr.
DIALER I N
O It 0 C E n I E s ,
Ohio Levee, Cxino, III.
ostitis r0KMLT riLLtn.-
O. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 Ohio IVf -,
CAIRO, I M.lNOlR,
sr-8pecll intention Kln to ConilgnmenU
Saves TIME, LABOR and MONEY
oveu other auticlx in use fob raoon
AND HOUSE-CLEANING, ARE
ll It turnishes water n-l dm the icrubbinx
And niopiilng at the same time.
2d U will do 'its work in one-fourth of th
time required in the or(lliur way.
3d It will do the work of the ncmbblng bruih
oa, lhat cost's cents e icli.
I til It Mill aarotho prlro ol llnelf twice a year
Ath II will not r.iNo ndui-t.
Olh The rubber can lie replaced for llccnts.
7li Tho hrail Is malleable Iron, anJ will last
Mli-Ifyoiiwii.il to nun a mop, or cloth, to dry
Ilm corneri-, remote Ilin tin,iiinl inoert your cloth,
anil you hare that aildltinnnl advantage.
EVERY FAMILY, STORK, SALOON
HOTEL AND STI3AMIIOAT
SHOULD USK THEM.
1 am prepared lo furnish them by single dotan
or Krosa, on short notice. Ad-lresi
myii-llm W.M. 1IK.NRV, Cairo, Ills.
II. S. HARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
15 Alt FIXTURES,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
Having recently addeJ all
the fonla of Iho latent atylea
of card aad circular typo
to our already full and
complete asaoitment, we
take pleasure in uanouno
Ing lo our readera that wo
ilo all klnda of Job work,
Id the moat artistic style,
and guarantee satisfaction.
LAND FOR THE LANDLESS
HOMES FOR THE HOMELESS
ONLY $1.25 1-ER ACME
PGR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
taki: tiikiwiw or tin:
I.KAVEKWOHTH, LAWRENCE AMI HALVES
TON II. It. LINE
From Lawrence, nni Kansas City aud vlait lha eel
cbrated Osae country,
Tbk Garden Scot or Kansas.
vr, ii. Momtie
11. II. CANllKK
Notary Public, No, Tub. and U. H. Com.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
..' . i
Assets - V,M3,'i0V07
NOIITH AMERICA, PA.,
Ael.. .2,7&)OO0 W
Assets 2,f,H,1210 72
Aets 4 1,7?I,II8 K
INTERNATIONA N. Y.,
Aaiiela.. 1,Vl,n'JS 17
Areola 705,917 00
AMt SIS.C73 88
Aaseta f,5,27 3
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO,
Asset VO.IMI l)
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIKE,
Assets ...... JUgOnooi (
TRAVELER'!", IIARTJORD, LIEE AND
Ael- l.Vm.Oni (10
RAILWAY I'AHMENQERr' AFHU1IANCE
Aiieta . m.....Vii,iJ 00
Asseta rao.ftt CS
SAFFORD. MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio I.rirr,
City National Dank,
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
Asetn I,t'!',il '.'fi
(IERMAN1A, N. V.,
Aeett 1,',7J1 76
HANOVER, N. V.,
Aaitla 72i5,w3 w
REl'UIILIO, N. Y.,
Aaicta .71 t,tZ5 (
Comprising the Umlerwrltern' Afiency.
YONKEI!, N. V.,
Asaats .'. ,t'.l 15
And I.VI.l'j.l 'J3
fiuemen'h fund, b. rn
Aaieta C7C," ()
SECUK1T Y, N. Y. MARINE,
Assets.. I.IU.M'i H
STORE, IiuelliiiKi, l'urnlture, Hulli and Car.
ro, Insured at rate at fitrnialila ni eound,
permanent aeoiuliy will warrant.
I rep--tliiUy ak of the oilltena of Cairo, a
share oi their patronnii-.
'. x. it'iiur.N,
If Olllce at Kiret National llinli.
I.lferpool, NewVork and riillidelphU
rxKia coNTBiCT nun cmtiii statm am tinriaii
For Ciirryini; tho Malta.
FOR I'ASSaTTe TICKETS
on ri-KTiira laroRxcTinv
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, At.,
lmilroailway, New York, orlo
210 Washington Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
FOR SALE, ) KorSalo e FOR SALE,
FOR SALE. ) Kof Balo 1 FOR SALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londonderry,
Faro from Glabciow,
Faro from Queenhtown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $48.20
Baflbrd, Morris A Candee, Agent.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, OILS,
WINDOW GLASS and PUTTY,
WALL PAPERWINDOW SHADES
05 OniO LEVEE,
ORDINANCE NO. 114.
An Ordinance authorising atny of oxecutlon In
lie It ordained by tho City Cotinclt'orihe city of
U.. .. -.nll l.n Ihn ilnlv nfClie rCllCU
." . '.. . Vi ...'I " . .. iiw.nover Iho
City Attorney of aa Id city may so direct .to allow
a alay of MMUllon f"r any ln "nerJoS who
fortr-elaht houra a faror f any person wlio
m.r' ?2 bein found Kulltrof n
ordinance of aaldclty, and the City Attoniey may
direct anon nay wnenerer nn w
toreit of tiiacior r.qulraaauchatay of "ecutlnn.
VroTided, mny peraon In whose faror alay of eie
eiiion ta had wboeiiall U lound within tho limit
of the eltyof Cairo after the time of anon ataT of
xaoutlou baa elapaod alull be dealt with an If no
aucb stay of execution had been granted.
AttJX " . 7 JOHN U. liANSDEN, Mayor.
II. J. Howirr, City Clk. JcJWKt
A new and novel system of Mre Insurance lo
licntlv Introduced by Iho
MISSOURI MUTUAL LIFE
OP NT. I.OL'IH.
II v thlii avilem. Lllo Insurnneeu rii.nl. k.. .,
aa litllo oot na by the usual plana, and tlio iul.
Icy Iml ler receives an annual Interest ol seven
r-" ,ihiii nu iimt niuiir itim ny nim to thn
Company I his nnniinl premiuma thus earirtnu
mm a iiiuolinin government bond.
I'lm ttlln lina I ....... (I... mut.l.lH -ll.f
fully Indorsed by the most eminent actuarb-'a
and aHlirul mathematicians In tho land I Indee..
w ii.r,iii.i.iii -iu.iiirr.
OHlco of tho Company,
NORTHWEhT CORNER FOURTH AND OLIVE,
ST. LOUIS, 110.
ARTHUR 11. IIARRKTT, Prcsldonl.
IIenj. "William, Secretary.
ltai.k hi!. Ill the lirt ol sound, thrlfly Weaterr
It has assets tnnre than i-nntiKli to cover al Ilia
linlillltlna In addltio j to the capital.
II ban one hundred thousand dollara deposilo-i
with IheHtnleof Missouri aa a perpetual auir
anten toils poller holders.
It haaconiplled fully with tho new laws of Iho
Slate, which are qulto aa exactlnxand moro rigid
ly enforced than those of Knstern Htates.
It Invests Its funds in the West, amnni; Ilia
penplo from whom they are reeeived.
Ila management ia rigorous, akillful and r
Ita annual Income fiom tho Interest alone .
alrtady more than nulllclent lo pay its Iomci.
It Issues nollclea upon tho onlmary life and eni
dowment plans, at tho eamo rate as other tint
The policy holders receive all the profits In an
Tho stock holderi, can rereive only ten r-r
eent. of Interest on thClr capital, br tho terms !
Tho annual dividends lo policy hnldei. aie .
ready greater than many old Kiulern Companln
have ecr been able to pay.
ThnUtateof Illinois paid last year about tol.r
million dollars for Life Insurance.
Why send ao much money out o the Stain
away In New York an 1 New England for an article
that may ho produced just aa cheap'y (or moro so
WOOI it MIIV,
aprSO-lavclt Alfcuta nt Cairo.
roMMI.HSIO.M AMI I'OUWAItDI.MI,
CLOSE k VINCENT,
DEALERS I3ST LIME
Cement, Plaster Pa him,
1' L A S T E it Kit's H A lit,
f'orncr i:iKlilli Nlrc-c-t ami Ohio
MILLElt k PAItKEH,
FO R W ARDI NO .M ERCHA NTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN,
Oats, Ha', etc.
-18 Ohio I.evee, CAIRO, IU.S.
'OIIN II. I'HII.LIS,
(Successor to I'nrker 4 rhillia,)
FO R W A R DIN G MERCHA NT,
DEALER IN II A V, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
. CAlllO, ILL.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Ifiicecssors lo T. n. Hendricks A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
W&ulenl Kif ,,i,ons5r
Aro prepared to receive, ttorn nnd forwanl
freights to all points ami buy nnd
sell ou io.-hiuImIuu.
"Iluslnosa attended lo promptly.
(Successor ol Ayori A Co.)
General Commission M"orclmnt
133 OHIO LEVEE,
COAI. AN1 WOOD.
F: M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
171 M. WAItD la prepared to deliver tho bekl
! , hiro Wood nnd hlono Coal
IN ANY l'ART OF THE CITY,
And In any quantity desired, on short notice,
COAL DELIVERED at $1.50 tkr ton.
ftPFffltf fit All- TlrtAniiari I. t, t I.. .. I
two doom abovoiliocoruor ofKiKth Atreot ana
Commercial nteauo. deceit