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I?. ?. JIAjlHL'LL,
HOUSE FURNISHING (JOODS,
18 & 187'Coinniorcml A vi-mie
UAH i ivrui.
f. s. mimIkXy,
GAS AND ST HAM FITTER
IIA1 revoved rimv PKIIIIV HUUHE
llltICK IIL'IMINCI o.v SEVENTH ST.
OWXITE WlNTKItV HI.OCK,
HE h ere.illy fmprotwl
no on hand all kllolr of
II E HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
To tin loftliltiK flituri', nn.l lie Invilc llic
lrunnp of tho public.
Wednesday Morning, July 10, 1871.
JOHN II. OUEHLY, Kkitoii Ann l'mimim.
Tiam or THt Dailv lUtinix!
One Hk, by currier 2.'.
Oneyrarby carrier, In advance in (l
One monlli. Iy r.iall 75
Three montlii .t ia
Bis months, t nl
On year g IX)
7 A ojlWalwpero Alexander nWu end of Ihi eily of
ttaro; tki tmlymurning Jatlu tn Southern lllinuii ;
u.uruMiwMrMii froou, uui jeariett ; out
ITUln On fVl lJ.ltl tf ... fl. ....I I.' .
jnUal(iroltirMmr; orfutfifion, Iht llidlc-
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY 11ULLET1N.
John H. 01rly A Co', havo reduce) the eiib.
acription price of the Weekly Cairo llulletin to
Ont Dollar per awn, making It the cheapest
psr published lnloulhern Illinois.
For President, 1872,
JAMES It. BOOLITTLE,
Subject io the tleeiston 0 the nnttonal dem
lTh Sew York WoiMoit Hentl'ir Hiinlitllv.l
"ii record U rx coniiilcnt and unlar.
lisM thai it may be likened to 11 atraighl
line drawn itcros.i a nn::!e a clear beam.
Iinnccrved by the. ilucluatiny utmoinhere
vj jurtcrictiit oiuicjv, mrvwjn ate j)(is
IFtimta tftedi by Sennlar iWirrfil at I
Iruit, in ;v;,j
"1-llHiw't tiv tlm imoiI( nftliuMoiilh niCunillil
ri.M4U to an i.y tho I.niliiiiii aflrr thoy li.nl ro
1IIU Klnt IIuiiih nuil hal lorn lint iIohiiIh
theariniea ol lh.il imi'r. IVIi.-it Urn ijiii-allon
J.il urn n. lli'pople of I.itliiin 1' tln'refri
hoiiik iu iiipic " nouK'.l t "i;onriHite thci
V' P "J i iinno li m i'iihh." There ni, how
t, ii iiix ihnl.liy vv i ) hiiiiM have miulu then
l 1 04 in t'uir . 11 Inc. Ilul l.'inillliM. uliiK!
K '.'l .if K ll yl- li 'H- ll.M nillllo III" llHtlll' mi-
jimiiI, . ui nsi ir, let IM tinlto llifin fi llnu-
1 t 11 11 1 lln. i. I In lli, no ,.r nl"ry il
Jtmii ' Let iu, imu lh.ll Ihny Imvh Jni.l ilnup I Ihi
rin of Ihfir rcU'JU.m ami Imvo roncnc.l thi'ir
fciii-i'fiice 10 inw iiiiiiiii hii i me 111, in.'ikii the
n.Hiiutru riiiii inir ii'iiuw-viiik-iim. anil Hill
m wi wif poai'ran ijiiorvor iim it.ttion
The Vincenncs Sun lias reached its
Mxty-sovcntli j'ear a ripo old age.
May it live a thousand years to coiuu.
Mil Benjamin 1 Uutleii, in a
public letter, announce his determi
nation to become a candidate for gov
crnur of MassachuscllH.
TlIE OIIEAT 1'Ol.lTICAL QUESTION
NOW 1IEF0HE US IS WIII'.TIIKIt I.VTIIE
KL'TUItE WE A HE TO 11V. KUIUECT.S 01'
WHAT 13 COMMONLY CALLED A STUONtl
OoVEllNMENT, OH SHALL CONTINI F. TO
HE, A3 HEntTOFOllE, A STIIO.MI 1'EO-1-LE.
J l'doe K. X. Powell died at his
ie idenco in Peoria on .Saturday morn,
mi; lat, from the effects of a par.ilytio
Htr.iLe. Judge Powell ,,-as an old resi
dent of Peoria, having lived there thir
ty five j ears, and was well known all
hver the state as a fine lawyer and an
hone.-t, upright citizen.
Mm. (Jaiiy Sta.nto.v, who is on the
"'g i California, hays she expects to
meet 'j'ant in Salt Lake and convince
luni that ha ought not to run fur a i-ce-
"ml term. Trvil ('.,n. .. it
m-d imeeu o,. If ' mul,1fmBUU-
el ui VCr' tWC,,,y raJ'"
t"l Will rise III. fin, nll II 1
,. wii jou uiusscu
1 1 eona Jhmorrnt nv tl.n , 1:
. j mim VUIIUI
ijte on the democratic! tii.V.i c. : 1
- ..wVb .111 iiiuj. 1
"tut iiiiKt l.i. o .... 1 1 .. I
n.. . "muuhuuh iK'Hiocruf, I
1 hiHeirirnuut.... .1... C... . ; . . I
wi-o.vii. iiiu offirc j t.yioii'r eoiues
i.d cidon. All ot which means thai
tttO 1ir.k. 1
. . r-ri nauicu aro not III
i nie fccUKim. ,.t .. . . in
cuius to inaV l,t. .. . . ' -
- certain ill
ixini.i i : i :
in.... . wavid Davis, of
miiiKton. thrt .1
IMM.W.IL.I. 1 . '
for ,Imluul W...0N HOUSE,
are being organhed in mrv , i r 0" f UlU bc,u,oleU f 't Uo wo ov
the country. A noctoty ,f Phi ,nBI,y frio"j4 1,1
'be two hundred L 1 , '''V" U "d to hear that he is doing w
"J" OI llllul,.....! .
Is takini' 1,.. .... i ir , , 1 ""u
He to L KtP
tl o ? , 1 -Ct Ua momV Bit
iU .neu,ber; 8aUHfl ' U, w,ve" r
r..or of little
ha-an meno amount ol Jur 1CV
canlolikoaOr?ton;.iSaacVjaX' e,'B ii wnamons tr oxccah iu
both tvino nnd women ; i, In fliort, a
jirctcntious man of no morale, wonder
fully deficient in principle, ami would,
on the whole, make a very proper can-
lidale for tlio republican party.
.M.woit Ham., of New-York city,
jtiMilii' his conduct in ordering that
the Orange parade should not bo per
mitted, and nays that, the Americans
lieing an emotional people, apt to act
Qrst'nml reflect afterwards, his juatiiica-
cation will como when the "second so
ber thought" of the people has had
imu to correct judginctit based upon
lassion. TliO Mayor h a very sagac
ious, gentleman, but, in our opinion,
litis mistaken the American people.
rhey will navcr revcrfo their judg
ment in regard to tho New-York riot
a judgment which brands him as a dctn-
ogogue possessed of a characte com
pounded of cowardice and
low cunninir. Tho American
pcoplo have resolved to hold American
liberty inviolate. No clique no church
no nationality will bo permitted to
strike at it without feeling tho weight
of a icscntinjr blow. All men, under
this government, are free nnd equal,
and their freedom and equality must be
vindicated against nil assaults, come
from whatever quarter tlicy may, and
no threat that) rights or privileges shall
not bo enjoyed should be regarded, but,
on the contrary, should incito tho ofii
ccrs of tho law to prove to tho world,
oven at tho cost of blood, that such
threats can result in nothing but evil to
Mig Adolnldo Phillips nng In Que
lioc on Monday.
I Is said Uint Charles A. Dana, of tho
Now York .S'i, Is liopolcssly lusano.
Tho lonj; voxed question of tho prcsl
dency of Yalo Is stittlod. Prof. Porter
to bo Dr. AVoohcy's successor. Ho has
boon connected with tho collcgo for thirty
Tho reason wliy Sylvanus Cobb, Jr,
confines himself to writing for U10 period
icnls Is becnuso tho lcgitiuinto function of
a Uoub is to produce n cereal. 1 hat Is tho
remark of a gentleman kept by tho Dan
bury AeitJS to tako chnrgc of tlio wag do
partmont for Fitirllcld county, Connecticut,
Anno Jlrowjtcr writes from Kome,
under ditto of Juno 1A: "On Friday
Atncricmi Catlioli: lady is to havo n sj)0C'
lal nuilieneo of thopopc, to hand blm seV'
crl tliousiuul francs, sent by n number of
Catholic American children, though Mrs
Peter, ot CinclnnuU, wlfo oftlio Uritlsh
consul, formerly of Phllndulphln.
a OAIKOITIi AMONG THH " HLL'E
siours ami s(;i:.vkh j.v new e.n(ilani)
A I'llllMKl: J ONI FACE OK CAIIill hWIKT
10 HEAL THE ILL". OF HUMANITY
I'OM.M KNCEM ENT EX EIIUISEX OF WIL
LIAM h CilI.LEOi: MliKETEIt, A.VOTHEIt
CAIItniTK, I'l'TTIMI MO.NEV IN IIIS
1'lHl'K AT NOItTII AHAMr bUCCESM OF
THE 1IEATHE.V ;hinee AS A SHOE
MAKER THE IIOO.HAU TUNNEL THE
JIULI.ET1.V THE AI-CKNIHNO JTAIl OF
JI111m.ini ant, VI., .Inly I'i, !i71.
To the. Kditor 0 the Cairo Jlutletiti.
Duriw: tlio nnst four weeks wo luivo
been sojourning iimoiig tlio Jiori..!.;
iiill', in .Massachusetts, and tho past week
lias found us at lust at tlio
under tlio shadow of tlio Green moun
tain?, where, amiJ beautiful sccnory, invig
orating air, cool highu and pleasant days
wo aro enjoying overy moment. Ourlicad.
quarters among the llcrkshiro hills wero
at "Gerylock Hall", S:ind .Springs, nnd
with .Swift, so long and favorably known
at thu HI. Charles. "Groylock" is situated
on the the slope of ono of tlio many majestic
liillt in tills vicinity and is surrounded by
high mountains, including tho venerable
THE SAND 81'UINdS
are a perfect mnrvcl, Tlio placo has been
open but 0110 season, but U already known
far ainlwido for its almost magical euro of
all curtaiifous diseases and inlliuumatury
rheumatism. The water it of the uniform
temperauiru of 7.V in the coldest of win
tor, or In tlio heat nt summer. Tho
baths can bo taken lint or cold, the favor
ite belli l' tlio nluiii'ii liiilh. 11 bnilillni. l.i.Im.
used for this purpose alone,
Rlmmul " lllu vicinity and tlio woods nnd
unvo aro excellent, anil tlio "Han" b
Kept in splendid style. Wo
H'ik our friend StvlfthiM for,,,,! his El
J'orauo in last. About ono and n half
miles from hero stand WlllWn.V Cill.in.,
41... Al 1 ii it v.
niu jviuilt .Miner Ol itiiv, Kj. 11. f OOlO.
um.h .., 1 1
...IMU WW WV u muru lllu
. ... wr. i r.n 1 r,.
i,.i. i 1....1.. . . .... 1
iiuiu, maun;; iinir uays, ana wero
nulta ini.irnslln.. A.. t .1...
1 v-. . HiuiMiiiiuii un mu
Ud Cll,l0", W8 " Iiro,,u;,,ndu "cort and
uauto on I in lit evullillL'. nn Oroiinil
uances' bclNt: permitted. Nnihlni. ln.
l it. t . "
b"'-' "rin.Mox quauriiio.
SU milfs from "Grevlock" ovnr n rnml
as liard and smooth as marble, briin.i. n
to North Adams, whore Strcetcr (who
ui.u grauuaiou Irom tho Saint ClmrleO
I . 7 i"""i; "inoney in uis i
fJa""u ""vcly, bustling
tt,W"' U ' here that the
I F. AT II VV mi.
- -....iieaveu Vi a ilir,(1 v,, ,., ...
ny,,tl(1tI 4 . ""tw til. 111 iliU
C7 7 r"L of Snp,on
. , II win iy iwu ........ .1 ....
:V'" a,,d U ,lus proved
v-i riiitu lllu
ng demonstrated that ho can ',,, Z
turn lllu l.rtl. 1,1 .
.... . ' ""JV' ,uur dollars per cam
lnicii ii or Itself a very handsome Prollu
lei tlllin ll.n ll,... r ' '
" iivi iiiniiuiaeiururs eun
I.W...UI, uo. Vl5 visited tlio matiufuc.
torios and aw Ull) tj,lneso at their work
and rdiu.iLt.ilii.'..... .......... ...
ixi.imjh, mm icunu Ilium
THE CAIRO DAILY
as neat ni wax In both places. Many of
them nro adopting our stylo of dress.
UnaA Alii of ilinin ll A tin
tntl,''(lt Is ovIJont thoy intend to stay
hero) and tbo intornrotcr. n very Inlelll
gent man, 11ns rocontly joint X tlio -Mctli-
cUt elmrrli. 1l..w li Hint fr .t1, ?
, " 7 ? . rCU '"l0
celebration of tho day with much spirit)
riuing auout by tlio wagon load nnd hold-
"'B ,,UB ounciies 01 iignica nro crncKors
in their handi with tho utmost nonchal
ance The western end of the colufimiml
commences at this placo (North Adams)
and is slowly progressing. Millions of
dollars liavo been spont on this vast un-
ortnklng, nnd ovetythlng now bids fair
for n successful Issuo. Tho tunnel Is near
ly, or will bo, five miles long under the
Ilootnc mountain, and most of tho way It
Is cut through solid rock. Largo gangs of
men aro working both r.icht and dav
from tho east side nnd tho western tcr-
mlnuj, nnd also from tbo shafts, 0110 of
which is sunk through tho top of tlio
mountain, nnd ono through each side
Unless some ttnforscon nccldent
occurs, 1119 roau will ho open
to tho public within about eighteen
months from this time. A fnvorilo rldo
from lioro is
OVElt THE MOUNTAIN.
Tbo present terminus of the Troy nnd
Boston railroad 1 nt this place, whero tho
passengers bound cast nro transferred to
stages, drawn by six magnificent horses,
who go up tho mountain in fino stylo, and
go down tho sides of tlio same nt a spank
ing paco; tho distanco, nino miles, is
mado in an hour nnd a quarter, and tho
view from the summit,
SIXTEEN HUNDRED FEET
abovo tho level of the town, Is magnif
icently grand, and worth going n long
journey to enjoy. On tho other side tho
stages mnko closo connection with tho cars
north for Montreal, nnd cast for Iloston.
nnd its beautiful surroundings with regret,
nnd n few hours' rido brought us to our
present terminus, where, in an incredibly
short time, wo wore In tho midst of n fllo
dovouring tlio nows of Cairo and vicinity
Tt docs scorn ns though at last tho star
of Cairo was in tho ascendant. And long
may sho continue to "ascend," is tho wish'
and hope of J. U. F.. 1.
IN SKAltCH OfIiER PARENTS.
THE STOKV OF A CHILD WHO WAS STOLEN
KOUllTEEN YEARS AO0.
Tho Alaxundria (Mo.) Commercial ro
latestho followinL' storv of Miss Elanora
Uouton, a young lady nbout 20 years of
age, who represents mat sno was sioicn
from her parents in St. Louis when six
vcnrsoiii, by a man nameu vvuru. vi
. i -iir i
the time kIiu speaks ot. mere was a proacn
er theru named AVard, who was employed
in tho cntmcity of "city miisiounry," und
who oxibilcd moro zeal than discretion iu
his calllnc. Mr. Oleason is still mansi'er
of tho rcfugo, and may possibly possess soma
lnlormatlon ot me young lauys parents.
Tlio Commercial says:
'When six years old, she was living with
her parents in .St. Louis. One day, whon
returning Irom sehool nnu pinying by
tho wav, a man by tlio naino of AVard
stole hur. and. after coucealini: her it few
dayf, took lior to tho houso of refugtf iu
.1 lt,l.,. .Un
IliU Vlttj, II lllu WHS n lilllliaiui, tsvw9.u.i-
ally preached at tho institution, and staid
tliero most of his time.
"As well as sho can romember, sho
roina ncd nt tlio houso of refuse Tor nbout
two years, when a man named John 11-
son, who livod In .Sldnoy, .Mo., camo and
took her to his house. The trentmont
received bv her from him and his wife
was so cruel that, nt tho expiration of a
rr, ilm luifiil authorities compelled "Wil
son to givo Jblnnora up. .From tlmt timo
slio had livod with ditl'crent tamilics until
tho present timo.
"tilioisnow living with John Hush,
Sr., ono of tho most estimable families in
.Marion county, on tho Hannibal and Pal
myra road, nbout six miles west of tho for
mer city. It was nt that placo she made
her situation known to us. .She says her
recollection of her relatives Is good; that
when sho wns stolon sho was visiting her
aunt Sarah,but does not remember her other
name. Tlio namo of her father was Sam
uel und her mother Malinda Uouton.
Her Mil or was n Frenchman, and n coopor
by trade. Her mother nn American, and
workod at tlio milllnory business. Sho
Intel a sister and brother, botli younger
than herself, named Alida Cornelia and
Charles Eugene, lior father lived in tho
.South, and came from tliero to St. Louis.
Slio states that she has relatives living in
Illinois, but is unable to u'lvo their names
or place of residence. Tho namo of the
keeper of tho houso of rel'ugo was Glen
son, and his mother-in-law's name was
"Elanora is apparently an intcligent
girl, for tlio chances tho has had nnd haid
slilps endured. Situ expresses a great
ituxaiety to tiud somo of nor friends, nnd
asks thu papors of Missouri nnd Illinois
to please copy.
WAS COltlll.V ANIi NOT C1EOKQE WHO
KISSED THE CIIULS.
'uoi the A'tio York Sun.'
It is thoiiL'ht that the Sir. AViishinirton
who is described in the "Journal of a Young
.adyiii Virginia" as paying a nocturnal
i sit to tho bed room ot vouiii: ladlos dross-
ed in a woman's short gown and pcticoat.
nd overwhelming tnoiu wun Kisses, nnu
fterward nearly searing thorn todoalb in
io cellar, was not ueorgo Wasmngson,
io fathor of his country, but a Mr. Corbln
Washington. Indood there is somo boubt
expressed us to tho authenticity of tho
booK wmcn contains tno account oi tuit
tl'alr. Tho incident related occurred in
782, and nlthouch tho Revolutionary
War was brouKht to a closo in that yoar,
tlio vounir lady that kopt this history of
daily ovents nastni onco mentioned tno
war. or ni udod to u sinmo incident ot it.
TIero is not n military titlo given to any
porson in the book, although tlio battle of
lorktown had boon rocontly rouirht at
her very door. Ono thing is certain. If
tills ftory about Qoorgo Washington is
truo, tno one ii'joui me natcnot is a base
falsehood. The first Prcildcut of tho
United States mmht havo indulged in
such a frollo as that described in tbo
young lady's journal, but for tho boy who
mado tho specen about tno cuerry troo to
havo done so would havo been a moral
6y Tho manacors ot tho Industrial
J'.xiioiltsoii to bo holdon at Cincinnati.
have determined on it special premium
iur raw cotton irom the Stales ol Alnba
urn, ueoi'gia, Aritantut, Texns, J0Hlslaiiii,
'lonnesseo and Mlstisjippl, caeli State
coiuneting with Itsolf In addition to it grand
gold medal, otl'orod by thu Exposition for
tun oust imiu in mo wiiom country, Tlio
Chamber of Commorco nod Murohunlt
havu already raised $2000 in eaHll urn.
mlums to exhibitors from the iiHiieellvo
kit...... .i.t ,
ii.uvun iur tun ioumiiiy.
BULLETIN, WEDNI 1DAY, JULY .19, 1871.
THE NEW YORK RIOT.
IAOKAM OF TUK IIATTLE FIELD
ill:J; w,li5W J-'IIK 8I100T.
' WAJ I 'UK Is.
T,, f""ow,n8 n ,,l8'ftm of tho scene
f tt,0 murderous conlllct between tho
New lork rioters and tho military. N
I I I I I
I I I I I
s a ?
3 I H.
A Police on foot.
II MnuntcU police.
I Urand Onorn Hoiinr.
K Where I'lige wa klllril.
K Hoime whero flrlii UiKn.
(1 Whero Col. Kink a wouinled,
WHY IT OCCURRED.
At tho appointed timo tho military, po
lico, Orangemen nnd all, started down
Eighth avenuo. Tho attack commenced
at Twenty-third strcot, whoro tho first mis-
slo was thrown at tho procession. Short
ly after this missies of every description
woro flung from windows, housetops and
irom urour.s of pooplo upon both military,
and Orangemen. Tho troops, tho New
York Herald report, kept their ranks
and looked neither to tho right nor left.
THE TIIOOI-S REPORT.
Suddenly tho foromost regiment came to
a halt, and word was passed in quick suc
cession to thoso furthor In tho roar to stand
upon tliolr arms likewise. The head of
tbo procosslon had now passed tUo.rand
Opera House, and turnoda littlo way Into
At tho instant of tno halt volleys or
stones and tho scattering sound of pistols
rcdoublod. Nearly ovorybody of common
prudence had already sought safety by
Suddenly a word of command,; unin-
tolliglblo to all but the troops, started
from near Twenty-third ttroet, and wat :
ropeatcd from ofllcer to officer until it ex
pired nearly up Twenty-seventh street.
In an Instant the troops doployod;
flank compantos filed out to
tho left and the right; in tho twinkliog of
an oyo threo platoons of men emptied
their breecb-loadlng muskets in tho direc
tion of the pcoplo on tbo houso tops, then
dropping their muskets tired n socond vol-
loy straight into tbo faco of tho crowd. A
soldier of the Eighty-fourth regiment
picked out tbo man with the musket on
tho top of tho houso and dropped him i
bis tracks. The other platooms ot milita
ry, who had been ordored to fire, romained
perfectly still, Handing quietly to their
arms while their comrades inaugurated the
businoss of tho defense.
In a moment tho scone of tho parade
waa changed to a fearful battlefield. Tho
multltudo, ringleaders and all, took to
their heels, white with fear, and rushed
up tho cross ttroett, leaping into cellars
and unfinished homes, crowding behind
doorstops or falling flat on their
facoa In tho gutters. Tho street
and pavomont wore littered hero and
tboro with doad bodies of mon and women,
somo of whom had fallen with out
strotehod hands in tho stiff porformanco of
immodiato doath, wlillo othors, uttering
low moans, clonched at tho warm stones,
and gazed In holplois agony for rellof.
lllood trlolod ovorywhoro. A man was
seen leaning from a second story window
in tho act of vomiting blood. Purple
streams flowed from his noso nnd forohoad
and ran in a rill to the curbstone Cow
ardlcoand curiosity bad met tliolr penalty
In a moment of provocation, and those
imooth-fuced boys scattered doath left and
right, in tho quiet consciousness of a duty
demanded. Then, after a littlo pause, the
muilo struck up again from tho different
hands, nnd tho whole procession leaving
its deud still on tho street, marched In tho
I direction of Madison Square.
A CURIOUS CASE.
.iI?,ArL,B !0" TAXJU BJEdRXKS
Ann odd TtLUiyttnit.
as keys, for sorno time rmil. h !,n ,.
dor the domination 0 a woman named
Pillbern, who acquired fearful lnfluouco
over him, nnd provallod upon him to lot
nr w)inois inreo initiations in Odd Fel
Owblo whilo ilia wasfconcealod frnm vtu
There is a room adlolninc tho main i,ii
of the Odd Fellows' 1 build jng.daltri'd for
thercceptloh of an orgaii 'penUTng irhlch
11 was curwineo, nnving oeon in this con
dition for somo tlmo. Kntrnnco to, this
room can on
nlyj bo, obtain
lh0; jaullcir Upon firM right and! wlt-
iikiiuu' inrcu, it uut uvr, llllllBllonS.
Sho was supplied with the privato books
nml nrnrV IhA Arilnr. IrAva IaIIi. .aam.
and -ouo of tbo stools of the Encampment;
These articles woro taken from' her a few
days since by tbo Chief of Police. It is
saiu inaimo janitor instructed tho woman
I., .t i J l : ... .
in tnreo uoerees oi mnionrT. ono maices
her boast that sho is nn Odd Fellow nnd n
Free Mason, and has clicn ovldenco that
shoknbws moro than' aho' oucht to nbouV
Odd Fellowship. ' r
Now for -tho reason for her scokine
thnt which horttofofij 16. womoh has been
a sealed book. For somo timo past the
janitor has paid $12 per month for tbo
rem or tno woman; ouio. une wanted
more monov. nnd'demAhded 'ono thousand
dollars. This was- rofuW, whon the asked
for live hundred dollari.and a mortgngo
on ono of tho janitor's, homes. This wits
nlso refused, whbn sho told what tho had
teen ana nenra. .
Friday night the janitor was tried bo-
foro a enmmittoo of Odd Fellows and ox
pelled from tbo Order. Ho wns: deluded
by tbo uon. vm. waiuco. lit it now
reported as keeping clotaiy to his house.
.. i .... m t .
tSrHt. James Buchanan. .nphow of
the late ox-protidont, and hit priraU sec
retary during tho last year Of klt: adminis
tration, died in Virginia last wick; aged 38
rears, lie was a crauuaioer xriouv coi-
eeo, llartford. and a Terr aCacUva public
speaksr. Somo of bit best efforts In the
democratic causo woro hit speeches to the
Gormani in tbeir own language: Mr.
nuchaaan, likohit maternal unulo, .Stephen
rost was a composer or several charm
ing popular incioaiei.
Hero aro names fin Ensllth) of
only a portion or tbo new Journals surteu
during the rule of the Paria Communo: The
Friend of the! People," "The Sovereignty
of tho People," "Tbo Hothor Jucbeno.r'
"Tho Poro Duchcno," "The Son of Poro
Duchene," "The Great Itage of Jacques
jjonuommo," -uainana Abel, "jnoitea,
"Tho Proletalre," "Tho Bed Flag," "Tho
Political and Social Revolution," "Tho
A burelar. who attempted to enter
a housa in German town, through a window
a lew nights ago, startled a Uttio girl who
was sleeping in the room. uauawae,f)na
orclairaod, "Don't, touch thttcindy,'' and
ino Durgiar ncu.
W. U. MORRIS,
II. II. CANUKE
Mo. Pub. nnd U. 8. Com
FIHE, HULL, OAKGO, LIVE STOCK,
NORTH AMERICA, TA
Anelf. . 2,763,000 W
A.... ,r 2,M4,tlO 72
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INTERNATIONAL, X. Y.,
AnselH.. fiZ3,ZM 17
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Assets. S13,B73 BS
4 HOME, COLUMUUB,
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CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Asitots 30,000,000 W
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
RAILWAY l'ASSENOKEs' ASSURANCE
8AFFORD, MOltlUS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio ItN",
City Ntlol Hank, CAIRO. ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 1ST S TT -A. a
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
AsHAts f l,4M4ie Z!
UERMANIA, N. Y.,
AnstU 1,06t,T 71
HANOVER, N. Y.,
AHuetii 740,808 00
REPU11LIC, N. Y.,
AskcI ,. .7H,W4j.
ConiirilaK tho Uuilcrwrltorn' Agcacyi
YONKEBS, N. Y.,
Astotn ....S7I,4I 13
fireuen'b fund, h. '.,
, 78,eoo eo
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
QTURK, IiwolluiK", Furniture, Hullo nnd Cr-
KJ hw, lusurmi Bt ratwi. hh ,TUivlu'IM'r .T
I renixatlully k of Uio cltlieoe of Clfro.
rtisreui thelf s.tn,a,.. raHB.
Gtucc-t first MttRiUS Jtk
iiuiuvugoiBK, WHO WS tltfttailMilr
or odd Follow, nan; ,m SS 'rigSS
of tho nrlvato books nnd woi-kiT'T?irii
I'M Iim '
IS I'J.t.BUHT ,
AT IURCLAYS' IIRUQ STORK.
itt-arUtif Ma't'M hrfriuit'T Ttncitl
!. ' ATIlAiinr.AT'.
GRAPJ&f catawda 1 ( ntUM VPILLS
I CATAWllA lA ORArK
GRAPE ( CATAWBA) ! (.(IRATE) PILLS
sin all or
HKLXBOLR .', tM EH I 4!l N V.H
FRESH t'HOU FIRST II ANUS,
Always to tock In Urge Mippljr, an J tor isle b
iPEESH BLUB XjXCKI
"! ... '
rr Main ay llie Ultu, Hotlle or llallaa
Extra Fine Coi.oonk;
iGENUIXK iMl'OKTtn EXTRACTS J
Mfll air, Tooth anh Kail Krusiiks;
plxqu HtynbtK 'NuasERYCijir ,
PUKE WHITE LEAD,
PUItK FltENOH ZINC.
Hest graJo In Urge tock ml
riety, Tery chetp;
Full Lixe or Colors,
nr sun is oil;
l'lut Ilrinlipn. LUiior.1 Oil,
WbiUwuh I' Ailie, Turinlln,
Vsrninho F.te. i tc,
11L iD ITimiAIlD Ql'ALITIM
FOltWAHWNd ani. COMMISSION
N :K!( A.N'TM.
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And AfcoU of
Ohio Brr.asia Hauaaha
70 Ohio Lkvee,
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAPv
JUN UATEM. Ptraprlelar.
toe Commercial Avenue, CAIBO, ILLINOIS
BILLIAKl) saloon furnished with the bst ol
titblea t and bar iunulleil with wines. Uuuors
anit elgsre of the finest brands. '
Car. Fearleealh Ht. aaa Caess.
""tiilSle jSdaoM 'KtiuilSd. Call and
MafflWiM. and liquor..
JOHN HYLAND'S BALOONi
Oaaa Tatk Htroet astel Cotaaaercltf
oiUPURIOR llauors. Iwer.ale, etc., and fragrant
n Havana rw on oaad. ..raow uomrinK ue
llihtrul bmrageittould not ll to call and emoy
nirthit will iarraat a seturn.. All his llauow.
Wlnea anil Clgare iiktvwvh mivvku nun
cars and critical Uste.
noons, manii, ktc i
W. W. THORNTON,
HLINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
LATH A IT 3D XiXJrBBia
Office on Tenth St.,
Ilfluri'ii Coiiiuirrrlnl nml Waliltia:iH
AOK.NTH lor Ibvk ltln Vft O.imttaf'a
Hhrmhini; Frit nml g,irl(CVinonl,
II. W. JoliuU liniirnrl ItvofinK lri M
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTSt
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Steam ho at Lumber,
Furnished on ehorlett notice.
Coinmercial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sU.,
HANSEL'S PATENT THE ONLY RELIABLE
WINllOW VAST OUT.
o a 2 c'2. m
n ' Htm
. 2 u
IlERLIZHEIMEE & CAIIN,
Hle ownem of the Territories of the MUtea at
lllinoln, Wisconiiu and Iowa, and
AKnU for other Utatee.
General Office 'W ashixotont
HPHINOFIELD ANI) ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. It.
On and nflerMondsjr, April 2h, 1871, trains wll
rue m follows!
tiaiss aouo eucTUSiir.
Leave Virginia . C:IOa.m p.m.
" iriiigniii....- " ...
" TaylorllleM.....10:W " ...
Arriteitt I'aim 11:10 in. ...
tsaixs oai a 0TWUI.
....4. Sill. ID.
Arrim atHiirlnalleld...Clo " 0:U0 "
Leave ap.inntleld " C;ll
Arrlront Virginia 8:15 " ....8:15
tsaixs ooua IOCTUIAST.
Lea? Kdiiewood..,.. S:30 a,tn. ......
" Flora 8:25
Arrive at Hliwnpetown3:Mp.m.,..
TtAixa ooixo xoariiwuT.
Leu re Hhawneetown 5:15 e.m
' Flora :55 '
Arrl al Kdirewood 4:50 "
... 5:16 rro
The u: J u.in. train iron raraniwu, rune obit
Mondsya, Wednesday! and Friday, and o;45a.io.
train from Shatrneetottn on Tuesdays, Tliura.
days and Bsturdsye.
Connects at AiniMia wun iiartKSonviue aiviiioa
uf Ulila-lio and Alton UtllrOAd, for Jacksonvilla,
I'eterahurK, Mason City, a nd all point west.
At Hprtngfleld. with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, WabMti and Weafcra Railroad, fnr
IHoomiDEton, Chicago, and all point north.north.
weit aud went. ,
At Pan with Ind. and SI. Louis, and Illiaota
Central Hallrood for all point owt, south and
At Kduewood with Cliloago Division Illinoi
Central lUilroad. , , " .
At Flora, witli Ohio and Mlsslsalppi Railroad.
AtUhawneetoiin, with steamboats for Cincin
nati, I'wlucali, Cairo and St.Louln.
' ORLANU SMITH, Gen I Sup S.
Joint FooairT.Oen'l Fr'stand Ticket Ag'i.
C'OAI, AND WOOB.
WOOD AND COAL
I a M. WARD m prepared to deliver Hie bel
J . Fire Wood aud alono Coal
IN ANY PART OF THE CITY,
And in any quantity desired, pn abort notice.
COAL DELIVERED at $4.50 per TOK
OFFICB-Over Rcerwart, Orth A Co.' etov.
two doer abovo the corner of Eighth alreet aad
Commercial avenim. decttl
SHROMtTIO work printinK in many aud
and varied colon at ono Impression, on Ilia
tbratedflhroRiatio prim done at tho Bulletin
job printing otltco. This la the most remarkable
press aver Invented, as it performs la one day
the work. In colored printing, of ten ordiaarf
presses, thereby reducing tho cost of that cluirao
tcr of work to a very low rate