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T'.IV8ICIAN, Knrireon and Aecnuheiir, formerly
1 f Anna, I mon Cfwuij, iinuwif-, ,--
........m. WAtrmi iti i mr . OMlfe Commerulfl
aveu'e, lielweeu KirIjIIi and Ninth Mrcct. West
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
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i-lHcon Wa.hlniiinn avenuonud W.lnul.irci i.
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OOUN.SKI.OIIS AT LAW,
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Sn.iii. I I' Whrrler.J
BiTl'irii' iilnr oltcnUi.n pnl.l to river anil ml
office noons 7 and 8 winter's hi.opk.
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SWSpeclM attention given to A.tmlralty ami
-OHIO I.KVKK, ROOMS 7 AMI 8 OVER
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
SxTuurtAY Morning, July 8, 1871.
JOHN II. OUEUT.Y, Eonon ad l'mumm.
Trans or inn Ui i Lr IIilm-.tin :
One w k, Ly carrier, .... SO
One mpnlh, Iy mall 75
Three in.inlli. ,....... 12 S5
Hlx months, 4 25
On year, ... .. 8 00
TAa cfltrial pnptr vMuaniier twinyawl of I A eUyof
KAniv i only mornwg uaiv in ctourKm minuts;
a ttUtnitiiXx journal; unnll, bulJmrUui out
rpcttA on all tuhjteti of inttrttt to tht jmUfe ;
vitk a larr mJ mcrtamnq circuUlkm. tU UMt-
tin tolititi lu pnlnmaot o inlcUuicnt rctolcrt nnil
tnttrynrinj tnuinut inen.
THR BOLLAB. WKtK.LV 7IULLKTIN.
John It. Obcrlr'A Co. hiro rritucnl thn mill
crlpttonVneo of tne Weekly Cairo Bulletin o
Vnt PoUarjxr annum, making It the cliepeot
ptipuoiuDta in.Bouuiern Illinois.
Thk bottoms of New Jersey and
Pennsylvania are dropping out.
Thk points at issue between secre
tary of .tho treasury Boutwcll and com-
missioncr Plcasanton have been submit
ted to tho president.
Thk Mississippi l:u-klux trials have
been concluded for the present. Ten
of the prisoners wcro allowed bail, and
tho others released unconditionally.
, Colfax has again retired to the bo
som of his family. Ho takes to that
bosom with alacrity. It must be more
than an ordinarily attractive bosom.
A JiONHTEK named Martin Mcard,
at Gilman, iu this state, brutally mur
dered his sou lately by roasting him on
a red hut stove, thrusting a red hot po
ker iu his Hide and beating him over tho
head with tho butt end of a wagon whip.
The murderer was promptly lynched.
The president has pjrdoncil Bowcn,
the radical congressman, who was lately
convicted of bigamy and Fontcnccd to
, ' ' . . . . . ..
.v jvaio iMll'linuilulUIll 111 II1U lUlJllUIl-
tiury. Wr believe the prcsidout could
nut, in justice to Bowcn, have acted in
tins matter otherwise than he has.
In answer to a eotcmpornay who in
sinuated that tho Decatur Mmjm t was
not squaro ou tho new departure, that
paper pithily remarks : "Our neighbor
4 can't bo a very closo reader of tho
4 Magnet, or elBO lie would have ob
4 served that it accepted tho, new do-
4 parturo from its incipioucy. Ami,
' that it may once for all understand
'our 'position on tho unitm and the con
, tjlutjduwo will stato that we aro for
' hWhHn thty are, which is the long and
ortrrflhc now departure as we un
OilAt&, it is said, is willing to be the
democratic candidate for president ou
I lie new departure platform. Three
yf-irs ago, a democrat, who, in this
(purler of the political vinoyard, sug-jf-led,
Chase as a possible democratic
candidate on auy platform, was read out
ff the party by volf-eonstitutcd leaders,
and to hugjgest the wUdoni of accepting
tho situation was to commit political
miit-ide. But tho laggards have at last
reacjied the advanced position of the
p.-ogreasive democrats, n fact which
'proves that even tho dullest may learn
In a teccnt speech, Gov. HolTman
eaid that the Now-York national guards
were "armed, equipped, dtscilipned,
1 officered, rCady at a moment's notice
'ot defend tho honor bC the state
'and tho rights of its citizen?,
-j ,.P1 "m , as ot the union of
' which It is tho chief member." This
.thxiWrutioti. ha l,04!
magnified by tho
rad'le.l !. ... ., n
Hpcak imwthehonorof asuto d
..mauou oi high radical author.
y r.asoaable language, aild to assert
hat that honor and those rights bl.all
' ' Kinodi. by the same high au.
thonty declared to bo a o.., r ....
V Tlm radical doctrine is that states have
...H..-iuai tlio work of contolida
tion has been cnmiilnln.l .... . ,.
. c.s . , i-.vv umi Maio uues
uavo weeu wiped out
IfAIi;., IN, UsNTLtMEN.-Tammany
lia dotermincd to make the new d.
parluvc tlio lest of gemiino democracy,
and TwMil, fr'wconoy, Hnll, Hoffman
.l ill (ho other New-York lender,
have declared themselves in favor
Ihclno man's platform.' Even Frn:
1'. Jllnir, jr., has taken Ins place among
ihn nut -ilcstructioiiists oi mo ucmu-
erotic party, ami lias swallowed the oh-
jeclionablo amendments totlio constitu
tion. And thus wo stand now, with
iVow-Yoik, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iowa,
Mississippi, tsconsm, Tcnncssc, Lai-
lornia, Maine, and Virginia in the
ranks of the new departure, and Davis,
Stephen?, Toombs, the Memphis Ap
pcal,n sountry taper or two, in tho
ranks of the Bourbons. Truly, the
new departure flourishes apace, and the
timid, halting and wishy-washy demo
cratic politicians who arc waiting to
fco which way tho cat will jump need
wait no lonccr. It ia their interest to
jump with tho now departure.
The situation of thodemocratio party
is attracting tho attention of tho entire
nation. Thousands of conservative rc
publicans look anxiously to sec if tho
"departure" is to bo. a hoaltliy and
unanimous one, and are also desirous
of knowing who arc to bo tho recog
nized leaders in tho new movement.
These republicans have no faith in tho
counsels of the Morton-Butler faction
that Hway tho administration, and they
would gladly abandon tho party now in
power; but they must have Home as-
suranco that tho democratic party is
honest and sincere iu the new departure,
Now how cau they be assurcdjf and
have it done without compromising our
parly in the least. Pirst, it is protcn
by the action of every state convention
that has met since its promulgation
that it i3 now a fixed principle and a
part of our party platform ; and where
is tho democratic leader in the nortl
who has dared to raise his voice in pub
nc ngaiust Ml Jiauical papers mav
croak, and publish assertions that the
democratic party is divided on this qucs
tion, but tho first election will show
them that they ate woefully mistaken.
The party will, in tho future as in tho
past, march to tho ballot-box a compact
phalanx, and, with the recruits it may,
by wiso action, obtain from the repub
licans, by achieving victory consum
mate tho hopes of tho friends of reform,
and purify national politics of tho cor
ruption of radical rule.
Tin: Chicago Tribune mh nnd receives
twenty-two thousand dollars a year for
cno column of advertising, nnd tho mor-
clinnts mid business men of Chicago uro
keen to pay it. One house in Cincinnati
pays four thousand dollars a week for ad
vertising, nnd fjuito n number of mer
chants in Cincinnati run tholr advertising
bills to ten thousand dollars a yenr. Thoy
;ivo printers ink credit for increasing
their business, nnd liavo no fear of its
THK PUKSIDKN'T S OKFtCIAL ANNOUNCE-
MKNT OK THE ILVTIFICATION OF THE
TKILVTY WITH (IIIKAT 1IIUTAIN.
Wasiunoton, July C. Tho proolimn
tio" tlf 1,10 treaty or Wellington, dated
yesterday, commences ns follows:
ly tlio IVoslili'it of tliu United States a l'rocla
Whorcas, A treaty between tho United
States of America mid Her Majesty tho
wuccn ot tlio united ivinuuom ot ureal
unlaln nnd Ireland, concerning n settle
ment ot all cnuees ot dillerencu between
the two countries, wns concluded and
shnied nt "Wasliinirton bv tho lUth Com-
iiitBSloners and l'lenlnoieiiiiarioa oi mctr
resuuettvo trOvorntnctita on mo am uay oi
liny lust, which treaty u worn torworuas
Hero lollows mo treaty. Tlio prociama'
tion thus concludes :
Whereas, Said treaty has been duly rat'
Ifled on both purts, and tho respective rati
tlcaiions of tho samo were cxchanircd ii
tlio city of London, on tlio 17th day of
.luno, iH.i, ny jwiien u. helicncK, envoy
oxlraordimtryand ijiinitcr plonipoton tiur v
of the UnitcdStiites, and Earl OrapviH.c,
her majesty's principal secretary of stato
for foreign iillalr on thu part of their ro-
Now, therefore, bo it known, that I.
Uly.'acs .S. Grant, president of tlio United
States of America, hnvo entised said treaty
to bo mndo public to the end the samo and
ovorv clause and article thereof mav be
observed and fell lilted with good faith by
tiiu uiuteu mutes ami tliu citizens tiiercol.
In witness whereof I liavo hereunto set my
hand and caused tliu ual of tho United
States to bu affixed.
Dcno in tho city of Washington, tho
fourth day of July, in tho year of our Lord
ono thoiuu.id eight hundred nnd seven ty
ouc, and tho indcnondeiico of the United
Stnlo tho ninety-sixth.
Ily tlio l'residont,
Hamilton Fish, See'y of State.
1I0W 10 HAVE VISK HOSES,
Tho rose, because of its beauty and
fragrance, is tho queen of floweis. For
success in their cultivation, bushes grown
from tholr own roots should bo procured.
Thoy should bo planted in rich mellow
soil, tvhero tho tun shines 'nil tho day.
Onco u your thoy should bo pruned, nnd
a coat of manure bo put upon tho ground
around them. ThU treatment causes a
largo amount of now wood to form, nnd as
the flowors nro on this young wood, tho
bushes consequently blossom jirofusolv.
Thoro aro sovoral insects that work moro
or less upon tho leaves. Of these, tho
most destructive ii a small slug or worm
that t-iits the varnish that nature has
spread upon tho upper sido of tho loaf
causing bushes to look ofton much as
though tho ilro had singed thcur Those
little enemies should bo met and conqucrod
at onco, ns soon as thoy mnko their appear-
i ii i """" ruiiiuuy is puivuri.cd wmio
Imllobore. Put about two ounces into six
. i .i .1 water,. and with n brush hrcom
.n ,,. u 8P"kling, bending tliem
so us to wet tho lunves on both sides. It
eatU . y,,rriulroUvo ortl,r00 "PPli
KJ'y UlU Wrimcnt 1 find It easy
in Vrlt.t a . van, JI1IV4 1 IJUBV
10 prOlCCt fcOVi.ml .n.,.1.,,.1 J.
havo lliiiin , imndred bushes, and
nao mem In Ununm ..ii n. ..
until tho froat," of",. ' V"L -18
CV.aW B. aoptUnd' ve..0.-
t r. i-nthuslaitlc ' matdm-"Oh, Mr.
Lovul I'd hoonor bo u violinist tlian nny.
mine In tlio world: wouldn't
Modest youth-'' Well, If you woro Uio
4 think I'd a sooner bo tho
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1871.
MRS. yKLSOy II. SHERMAN'
A HISTORY OF THE WOMAN AR
RESTED VOlt THE MURDER
OP THREE HUSBANDS
AND EIGHT CHILD
KEN. ARSENIC AS A SEDATIVE
I World I)p:liy,Conn. Iftlcfl
llor victims nro thus far mitnmcd ns elev
en in number thrco who wero husbands
and fathers ono a roflned nnd educated
young lady, and soven bos and girls, six
bf them being lior offspring, and all less
than ten years of age.
Mrs. kelson II. Sherman, nee Lydla
Danburry, was born at IJurlington. N. .1.
When sho was loss than a year old her
mother died nnd her fathor been mo a
butcher nt Tronton. Sho lived under tho
paternal roof until hor father remarried,
when, not liking hor Btcp-mothor, she went
to livo with hor aunt nt Now Ilrunswick.
Hero sho romalncd until 17 years old.
when sho became acquainted with Edward
Struck, n polico officer in ono of the upper
wards of Now York city, to whom she was
married. Struck had beenmarried before,
nnd had two chlldron who wcro now plac
od under guardians. Tho nowly married
couplo llvod together about seven yoars,
during which umoiix children were born.
And now bogfn tho awful events which
throw such an nlr' of mystory nround tho
wntnnn who Is now conllnod in this house,
accused of olovon murders. First hor hus-
bnnd wns taken sick and suddenly died
It iinnonr that n nhvsician ntlcndod who
said ho didn't know what tho man died of.
Tho symptoms, as described by thoio who
saw mm. wcratnoso oi a person wno nuii
takon poison. Airs, anorman mu mo
causa of his death was his cottinc up in
tho nbsenco or tho doctor and taking mo
wront? mcdicino. Subscoucntto tho dentil
of hor husband, hor chlldron. six la num
ber, nil died instdo or about two years, anu
not ono seemed to Know wuai nucu mem
oxcopt this thoy nil died suddenly.
A GOOD INVESTMKNT.
Mrs. Shormnn or Mrs Struck; ns sho
wns then named spent two yoars utter
tho doath of hor first husband us n scam
stress nnd nurse, buo .noxt cot employ
ment in a sowinc machiuo storo in canu
street, wnoro sneTnauo mo acquainianco
of n Mr. Curtis who afterwards cngagod
hor to Hvo with his mother nt Stratford,
about nino miles from this place. It was
wliilo livinLT thoro that sho becamo nc
qunintod with her second husbnnd, n .man
nnmed Hurlbut. who lived nt Huntincton,
nnd who wns thought to bo quito well off.
Mrs. Sherman nrofosscdn creat fondness
for her husband, and was not long boforo
ho had madon will bequeathing 'all his
nronertv to hor In tho oventof his denth
thov lived on, apparently happy, tho
ncie-hbors noticing that every timo' ho re
turned from his business sho mot him at
tho door nnd kissed him. Tlmo passed on,
and ono day Dr. Church, tho villago phy
sician, was summoned to attend Mr.
Hurlburt. On nrrivlmr n tho houso ho
found him suiloriuc ncuto pains in tho head
and stomach, accompanied by an intense
burning, ns if tho patient had ft Violent
fever. Dr. Church, becominc nlarmcd at
tho critical condition of his pationt, sent
for consulting physicians. "Old Hurlburt"
died beforo thu doctors had agreed upon a
diagnosis, and was buried out of sight.
IIUSUAND NO O.
Nelson II. Sherman was a skillful me
chanic nnd a man much loved for 'his go
nial spirits. A little moro than a year
and a half ago his wifo died ; leaving him
with four children, tho eldest, n son named
Nelson, aged 17; n daughter Addio, aged
M : another boy, "Nattie," nt:cd -1 years,
and nn infant five months old. Tho widow
of -Mr. Hurlbut was still living in tho same
place. Ho thoro first mot Mr. Uurlbut's
widow nis luiuro wno. xnoy woro mar
led in September, 18C9, nnd wcnttoMns-
sachusctU on n wedding tour. Returning
they settled in tho nouso wnoro mo wito is
now n prisoner, r rotn mat stano on to
tho prcsont timo tho facts relating to tho
career ol this mysterious woman nro
clearer and moro terrible in proportion.
Tho next person to bocomo "suddenly ill"
was Mr. Sherman's infant by his former
wifo, which died in a few days. Tho noxt
victim, cither to tho devilish designs of
tho prisoner or to tho strangest series of
fatalities on record, was tho muuh-lovcd
daughter of Mr. Sherman. This young
lady was in mo very uioom ot ncaim, al
ways vivaciousand romarliubly intelligent.
Sho was tho idol of her father und tho fa-
vorito of many friends.
In the middle, ol list wintor sho also wag
taken "suddenly ill." Her father, as soon
ns ho lound that her symptoms woro unn-
gerous, becamo greatly atnrinod, anu sum
moned tno lid vice ot a number oi puysi-
ciuiiB. Tlio symptoms ol all mcso cases ap
peared to bo tho samo that of acute pains
in tho head and stomach, with intense fe
ver. Tho doctors found it Impossible to
help tho girl, nnd in a few days sho was
lying in mo gravo ucsmo tier iniant sister,
I drove over from Now Haven to-day
thero being no trains running for tho
purposo of looking upon tho faco of this
most oxtraotdlnary prisoner, and of tulk
ing with her, provided sho had anything
sho wished to say to a strangor and a repre
sentative of tho press. Mrs. Sherman was
in her own sitting room, whoro sho had
sat witn tier iittstiand nnd ills children
many a day and ovoning. At tho sido
door, leading through n littlo unll-way in
to tho room whoro sho was imprisoned, I
met n polico olllcor, who readily admitted
Mrs. Sherman was seated on ono sido of
a largo sohi, with a pillow for n rest whon
sho wished to recline. 1 found tho prls.
bnor n tall women, nbout forty years old,
mthnr slim ultlin millnu i..,,., .lnvlM,
sharp, firm features. Sho was dressed in a
light-colored, cheap calico dress, nnd u
thin negllgo shawl was worn around her
shoulders. Sho sat with n pin in her
hand, with which sho kopt picking at hor
linger nails, or clto at her clothing, proba
bly moro from tho forco of habit of sowing
limn from any want of solf-nossession.
Hor manner was quite cool and collected.
When sho spoko sho talked off-hand nnd
free. I should sav Hint aim win n woman
of littlo intellect, but a great deal of flrm
n oss nnd net a littlo cunning. Sho has
dark eyes, quito largo, and thin black hair,
which was dono tin nlain. Tho onlv wuv
sho had of betraying her feelings was an
occasional spasmodic lifting of tho chin,
aud n simultaneous twitching of tho lins.
tho way somo women havo for silont solf
assortion. I n tho nbionco of tho prisoner's
counsel 1 refrained from asking tho wo
man nny questions which might tend to
commit tier. Sho said sho felt quito con
tented whoro sho was, us it would bo use
less to no otiiorwise.
It women cannot nldiiln fm i-l,.i,t in
vote, it seems quitocertain that thoy will
obtain tho right to practice medicine.
Although the Amorluinn .Mm! I
Hon at its lato meeting in San Pranclsco
refused to amend its 'constitution to as to
admit womon ns mombors, tlio chango had
several earnest advocates. Ono -Mr. Atleo
said in tho course of a debato that "llv tho
-r , 1. .. t i...i, i a .. . - .
ruiua oi muir .uuuicui .Association no (I nro
not consult with tlio most hlchlv educa
ted femulo physician, and yetlio may con
sult with tho most ignorant masculine ass
in tho profession." Tho Pennsylvania
mum jieuieni oogieiy, at us recent annual
inuwung, py n minority or ten, voted to
admit fomalo doctors ax mmnlier. m,
Amorlclau llomooputhlo Institute, ut IU
lalo acotlng In Philadelphia, passed n
ruaomuon nuiuiuing o tun una honorable
inembershlp, all proporly qualltled
1'iij.iviuiib ui viiuur sua.
TUB FAMINE IN lT.I'.SIA.
A most fearful ftimlno is raging in l'nr-
I. XllOIISnnil. nrr. .1.11.. ..111.
-------- . umiy uviiik nun
M?u,ilflronU unffeqiiontly soli
tholr children to tho Conslnntinoplo slavo
tractors to provont tholr porishlng by star-
Till I Aft T i ...... . . r a "
.......... jM.tunco nro roportod orcorpsos
boini; dutr from tlmlr i ninn
Somo subsist on grass nnd roots, whilo
others devour vormln. Over a largo por
tion of tho country bodies of human bo-
iB mm oi uomostio anlmah Ho lotting In
tho sun, seemingly making tiro of a posti
ence. Tho crops over a firgo portion of
II") country woro entirely cut off last year,
i.i ,u K"ur incnnsoi communication
With Othor Dartlof tlinurarM i... .......
ted supplies from bolng obtalnod from
fiS?" Tho l'rtnccss Marviinrlii. uilfn nf
tho oldest son of tho King of Italy, is said
to bo so artless nnd lovely In person and
manner, that tho fascinates all who ap
From Mcrgin (UlUtln OSreltp.l
John II. Oborly, Kq., editor and pro
prlolor of tho Cairo Hu'.lotln. nroaelind V
sermon to tho llourbon Democracy, in tho
iMiiieiin oi oniurunv mo mn tnst., taking
for his toxt tho following naraerMih of
Scripture: "Speak to tho children of lira!,
tnal thoy go forward." Ilov Joseph Mos
sar. agent for tho American Iilblo Society
r . o v,,, . . . -
ior ouuinern Illinois, preaencu a sermon
in behalf of tho Illblo causo on Sundav
tha 2Cth inst, at Shawncotown, from the
same words, wno can doubt but that the
causo of l'rosrcssivo Democracy and tho
uimo aro lucniicai ana too same. Jiay
Heavon bless tho efforts of Obcrly and
Drothor Mossor in tho groat work the
havo undertaken. "Sneak to tho chil
drcn of Isralc, that thoy go forward," In
mo interest, oi rrogressivo nomocracy
anu mo uioie, say wc.
fA Michigan papor says : "Any
thine known to intorforo with tho Deace.
quiot and rural contentment of tho potato
Cue is always in order. A friend informs
us that a mixture of two tcatpoonsful of
turpentlno, thoroughly mixed with five
quarts of ptastor or allies, and sifted on tho
vines, has such a demoralizing effect on
the bugs as as to presorvo tho tubors from
lurinor molestation. Uno application is
usually sufficient, but in cases wlnrj a rain
succeeds tho application, a second dressing
may bo necessary. Our informant tolls us
this remedy has been tried in Dover with
it A II. UO A IJ COMMISSIONERS.
Tho Governor has appointed tho
followinc Gentlemen to net as Hail road
Commissioners undor the now law : Hon
Gustavus Koonor, of tit. Clair county
Itichard V. Morgan, Esq.. of McLean coun
ty, and' D.o Hammond hso., of Cook coun
t&'ln tho mcuicum nt Cassol, Ger
ninny, is a library mado from SOI) Euro
ninn trees. Tho back of each volume it
I'ormcdof tho bark of n tree, tho siJcs of tho
perfect wood, the topol young wood, the bet
torn oi old. wnon opened, tno book is tound
to bo a box, containing tho llowcr. seed
fruit nnd loaves of tho trco, entber dried or
imitated in wax.
ttA trnctof 355 ncrcs of eligibly-located
land nt tho seaside, north of Long
Branch, has just been purchased by New-
york capitalists for $100,000 for tho loca
tion oi summer cottages, it commences
nt tho northern lino of Atlanticvillo, and
has a front upon tho ocean of two and a
o n o c e n i : s ,
imncat rnoxriLr rami:
G. 1). WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 Ohio I.CVP4'.
CAIRO, I 1. 1, I N O I B.
and tlllmi: orders.
given to Con.lgumentH
NEW TYPK FOIINDHY
ST. LOUIS BRANCH
BOSTON TYPK FOUNDRY,
Coil. Oil ESTNUT ANU SECOND ST.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
tllook, noutpapcr and Jolitjpo of every at1
made of tho celebrated Hard And Toiiuh Mi
peculiar to the Huston Typo Foundry, brasan
ll'no KlMltidrv. Iii-A.a rnln
eoils. metal furniture, black and colored inka.
canes, stand., oomnosltlon .itrku. nrA,.n.. mli.p
opinposltioii, fallcys, ley brua)io. mltennj ma
chines, pajier and caul ctittcru, etc., etc., kept
constantly unhand. Address onlers
, JAMES A, H I'. JOHN, Manncer,
St. liuls flranch of tho llo.ton Typo Koiiudy,
TIIK PEOPLE'S MEAT "MARKET
('HAN. flAYKIl A CO.,
PttOI-UIETOU. ji j I I
KI.KI' con.tmilly on 'hand tha leat of heel,
pork, i ii ut Ion, veul, liuiih. h.iiibuko, puddluu,
eto. 1-ienli v III I.i bird n any niinntlly, orned
.i,iin ,iij niiuu, nun unu.uci on wnrmn
I AMES KYNASTON,
Iliilrlicr nnil uenlor In nil Kind
UOKNIK .lsl.TrrTII ANU I'oi'l. u Htkcit.
CAIRO, II4.IN01H. J , -
Iltl YB and .lanshtera only tho yery beet 'cattle.
It bog. aud alieop, aud la prepared U UU,aay
luiiiaovl for fro.li muai. from oue pound to ten
Ibou.and Kuml. r aecWKf
DANIEL III) lit), I'rml.lont
KOUKKT W. MII.LKR, Vlfti'l'retliUnt I
0. N. IIIIOHF-H,Chler.
1 1 .;) :iiit
EXCIIANOR, coin, hank nolrx ami
Htte fecurltlf s bought and noM.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS t
Charlrrl March SI, 1MI.
OITY NATION Ali DANK, CAIRO,
A. II. SAFFOmD, President I
H. 8. TAYI.OU, Vieo-Prmidnnt;
W. IIVBLOF, bvcreUrr aud Treasurer.
P. W. BtlCLAT,
F. M. Htockflbtii.
K. . CL'VMINUUAM.
I'lt'k 01 Ht-lil'M.
J. M". PllltllW.
INTEREST p.ld-on TlepoSttji atitb;rat ol all
percent, per annum, March ltbd ttrptetn.
bcr int. iDtere.t not' withdrawn laddp4 Imrne
dlately to tha principal of tho depoiita, thereby
giving ineni compouou inieivy.
MARBIID WOMEN AND CIIILDUBN MAY
DEPOSIT MO.VKT '
tO THAT OXl CtJIK CAX HAW IT,
Open eory biinine.ii dy from 0 a.m. lo 3 ri.m.,
and Saturday evening lor HAVINU DKI'OSITO
only, from to a o'clock. , . - -
auMitf W. HY8L0I', Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
V. P. HALLIIMY. Prnldent;
A. B. HAFF0KD, Cashier:
WALTER HYBLOP, Assl.tant Cashier.
Staatk Taylob, n'okrar II. CcxatxaiiAii,
HTOTT WllITt, w.- V. IlAlUBAT,
Oao. D. WiLUAMMv, H Tim is lliau,
A. II. (jArroau. -
Baa BouRlit BSMl MM,
TEP0SIT8 recelred, and a craeral l.anklnif
XJ nuaineas uone. , .
Cauo, Ilui , . u
IN rUtL ULUT
AT BARCLAYS' IIRCO STORE.
Fai.ii St'rrMr, Daily.
MOCKINO BIRD FOOD
ALL BIAPT rol V. WITHOI'T T Kill LI
E Li M II O I, D '
GRAPR f 0ATAW11A
GRAPE (, CATAWDA
AND ALL or
rRESII FROM riRST HANDS,
Aluaya In stock In large supply, and for sal b
prbsh: biiTje' liioic
R K 0,1 I V X D
AMD1 ' I 'i
Voi Na'la by tha Vlaaa, JkWiUe or (lall
f AT BARCLAYS'.
IsBtExtra Iink Coloone;
BSTGkmui'n'e !Iui''orted Extracts;
tSfllAiu, Tooth ,and Nail Brusukh;
9India RtnhKR Nursery Goods ? ,
-..! . ',
' . 'T'' ! - IB I
D3A.I?,OljfVSr BEOS. '
fo.li '! A
PURK FRENCH ZINC,
i ' IV1.
Pent ftradfH;in;largo flock and va
riety, very cheap)
ALSO 1 ..
Full Link or Colors,
uav and in oil;
1'alnt.Ilrnshoa,- Unseed Oil,
Whitewash llrushee, Turpentine,
Varn'shea, Etc, etc.,
ALL KINDS AND (TANDAID XJVAltTIH
TOUlf h: OUJTRLTTI oo.n Book -Jlndkry,
l la the livuatlM ulldla.'ilpn.ar0 'So1 fur.
nlsh all kindaof blank books to tha BUb:lc tad
poall kinds of binding.
I'.eltlm.n nntv. ami ! Hi.ir. Iiritl h nnd
mnney, Sl.ono rewnnl for.ony rae of dlfcam1, In
any Mine which tlmy tall to ciiru.
DR. RKJHAU8 DOLDKN It A LSAM,
Noi. 1 mid 2, are .ho greate! nllrrutivcii known.
lilt. lllCliAU'HdOI.DEN Kl.lXllt It'AMOUP.
cal iiai"'' ,0- fT'l"','-lDtn'l,n thomnJl.
un. niciiAirHooi'.DEN aktidote
lit the only rellahln duiratio.
TlieorerWIireUoyilTcrtliiei to cur all
complaint.) and txneni none i but are gnaianteed
toeltecta rMlcal and .peed, I uno InnTii.e. for
whlcU thty are . recomnended. when all other
Heaaatect MWitf, vTat of iomand yearly
brtMIr nteVwha barn loat all hope, and
jjrlfVTnoiinced a. locuiable ty Die beu of our
)R, RICH AU SGOLDKN BAIAM
i. . cnreaUlArVAlatetkiMiiMrwNhroat and
mouth, hait.fytir ciileou4 raiilatM. (opier
eolor.il MatW. norcoei . or.th acalji, acroliila.
ii iwu uremeei renrTAiur.-aiianuie anil
Mu DOrlfler known. remlTea all mereurv frnm
tkt ejitem, and Icstci tho blood aure and
t'i)n. mcHAtro ooldkx. balsam.
Mo.l,uri'i meroarlal aOaetlosa'; rheumatism In
ail iu joriii',.aau giia. immtamio rcnonn an
nn. rticitAtru tjolpen aktidotk,
A radical cure for all urinary derangement..
I'ricc, tn par bottle.
ML IIIOIIAU'H GOLDEN El.lXlll D'AMOUIt,
A rid leal cure fomertoua nrtcneral tleliillty, In
old or youmc.1 Imparting nuergy ullhwuodetful
Price t5 ner liotlle. or two for t'J.
Oo receipt of prlvej tlie.e remedle. will he .hip
ped to any plMftv, Jt'rqmpt attention paid to all
corre.poncentn. Nono genuine without thu name
.... .u.iii <ia .uki v 11 L-u .-fir L'u . n
ui . ..... V7 - ...y ..r.n.'.a.T, ... ...
UiCBAaes, aola'.prOpriaiar."- Llbn..in glun ot
Clrcnlar aenl. Trade atipplled aa a liberal ill.
counts . , a
Addro...I)r.rJ..nichrd.,2S Varlck-at., N.Y
wTScn'f, money by r xprc.a or order good.
inroujrji your imKXt ' J"" " eu
no lo. " )el7dalf
i.iti: iNMiiii ajs(;k.
"iNTRRi'sT- PA Y IN 0 " PLAN.
A new and no re I syiteui ol l.itn ln.iir.iwe lo.
. rcuUr Introdiicc.l b tin.
MlSSOUtft MUTUAL LIFE
. Or HT. IiOUIN.
L By IhU lyirtwn, i.ltlnCuratLia J'llrnl.aed
an little co.t a. by the usual Diana, and Ilia I "I
loy.boLKr reolve. an :annnl liUere.t ol ai-yrn
ptnecot. upon all, lli money puld by hiiiilulli"
uiMiiiaoy i ilia anuuai preiiiiuiii. iiiui. r.n.iir
htm aa mnch aa a iroverainent bond.
.tJTaavasaailuw beta thoroughly criticineii and
.fullfttawaraed by(llK.ino.i.ralnent actuirlc
aod.aklllful jnsthematlclanS In the land) Indee,,
trnaa not 7ei nren im nunject oi uoiator.ne
iiianuoD runny re.penxauiv quarter.
OfBci oY llic'Ce-mpany,
NORTUWEJT COIINEII I0UKT1I ANpOLIVK,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ARTHUR B. BARRETT, President.
Benj. Williams, Secretary.
IMriSSOUIil ULTJUXTJ-l. Xi
Rank, high In tha lli-t ol sound, thrifty Wrnlerr
Uhaaas.eta murothan enough to coyer . la.
ibllltlea In addltloj tn the capital.
It baa ono hundred thoutaud dollar. depoMlitu
I. iibh nmninpnnn.i.iiu.iui.
liabllltlea In addltlo j In the capital
with theHUtteof Mt.oun aa a prrpctual miir
anli.n In It. twilinv Ltilder..
It has complied fully with tho new law. ol I tic
BlMe, wmenare quite aa exauiiiKanii muro riK"
lyeniorcca wiaa luu.evi junM-ru n.ik.ci..
, It Intcits Its funds In tho West, among Ibe
people irom wnomtney are rcceiyeu.
Its mantgement ia vigorous, skillful and pm
ii. .nmi.l ini.nniA fioin the Intere.t alonv .i
aire aily more ttirui.utUcieul to paylt. Iimif..
ki ifl.ue. DoiiiuL'. uiKin iiiu uriiinnri sin. cu
dowment plans, nt tho anmo rate a. other tint
Tho policy holders receive nil the profits ln.r
Tho Btock holder), can receive only ten wr
cent, or interest on tlieir capital, ty tne term.
The annual dlfldenda to doIIct holdeis are ab
ready greater than many old KA.tern Companies
baye evorbcenable to tiav.
TlioSUtoof Illinois paid la.it jear atMUt lonr
minion aouarsior i.uc iii.urnnce-.
Wliv .end .n tnueh money out ot tho Stat
away to New York Mil New kogland for ao article
inai may oo prouueeu ju.i a. cucap y urniuiv -i
aprt.Uwtt 'AMt nt 'Jlro.
The Illinois Central Hail lload Company now
oiler fur sale the following described lotx Iu Kir-t
Addition to the City or Cairn, viz ;
Lot 27 block 2". tiot 21 bind; (-',
" is w, " 'SI " n,
5 f. " !W HI,
' 0 'I W, " 31 "' Hi,
ii 4a i si, -ji m.
For termyjete., apply to JAM KM JOHNSON,
i2Sdlf . Auent
NAB II UOLDUK.
DOUBLE-ACTING AVINDOW LOCK
window THE ONLY REI.IAIILE
BERLIZIIEIMER & OAHN,
Bole owners of tho Tnrritorioa of the HUtes of
Illinois, Wixcoiisin aud Iowa, and
Agents fur other States,
General prrice 90 W abiunoton-ot,!
. E. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
'i ' i ,i
HAS REMOVED FROM PERRY HOUSE
BHIOK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST,
jOrrosiTK ytinter's ji-ock,
' ' CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
rrB iias areally ImpTed ' ttoek nnJ hM
JI. bojt on hand all amts or
KB -HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
To the lowest llTlnBflKU,rf and he Invites
1 u , naironag o hio iuoin
TbHit ll. OBERLt tio'.'S book bindery, In
tl the Hvtlti Building, is prepared to furnish
alt aina oi uiaaa; uooua to me puuou anu uo aii
aunua oi uinuius.
DOOM), BAHH, ETC I
nr riiTiwi VMWi nW
BLINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
Jl' i 1 n a. JM .11 .iinr H
Office on Tknth St.,
Ibe tweets t'ouimerrlal nnd Waahlti
AOENTS lor Rock River I'ar Coin)
Hlieallnor Frit and Lraarta Omeat.
ii. . joun improveu lUKiiiug iii.
W. II. MOHRIS, II. II. t A
Notary Public, No. Pub. and I'. t,
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE ST
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
INTERNATIONAL, N. T
A "el... , i j',
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFKJ
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE .
RAILWAY PASSENOERS' ABSUIud
INDEPENDENT, 110ST0N, 1
8AFF0RD, MORRIS & CAN
71 Oblo l,eve(,
City National Bank, CAIRO,
T?TPTi' A ATTl XfATJTVf
NIAGARA, N. Y,
.KA, JI. I.)
,..... . A I t'tfl
NIA, N. T.,
HANOVER, N. Y.,
RKPUllLIC, N, Y.,
Comprising ihe Underwriters' Agei
VONKKHS. N. Y..
VIRKMKN'H FUND, B. F.,
HECURITY, N. Y. MARINE, 3
A sseta. ,,,(,,,....,.M..,...,,,...,,,i,i
STORB, DwolhnRs, Furniture, Hull.f
goes, insured u ratva. ua favorable t,
Mrroanent security will warrant.
I respoctlniiy ask of the cltlteos of,,
hue ol thalr patronatc, i
. a, iiuwi