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SAFFOHI), iMOTUMS A CAN DEE,
71 Ohio l.fiff,
City Nstlona" Rank, CAIRO, ILL.
Saturday Mornino, J ui.y 22, 1871.
JOHN H. OBF.RI.Y, .Emtoh nb I'i-slunl.
Ttsm or die DutT Bruins:
One week, Ijj' eirrisr 2A
One year by currier. In advance 10 ii
Ooe month by Mail 75
Three jnonthi, ...... .,,. ?2 iS
"lx month, 4 25
On yesr, 8 U)
71 ojirtal piptrof Ataanler county awl of tht fid of
Ouroi tkt onlytnorninf itiilv in iZiiithtrn llUnint;
atti'-nxnliiyiiinnt! imult, but cartVii ; out
tpokt on a!l inl,juti of interest In V" puhUe ;
mft nhrgr ntltncrcnunif cxrcuUtinn, thf ltiltr.
1 ui mJteJt Ik. jitrjnwjt ol inteUiy.nt rentm ami
Mf -prmivj bumm men.
TUT. DOLLAR WEEKLY 1IULLETI.V.
John H. olrly A- (Jo. nuve reduced the mli
ription price of the Weekly Cairo llulletln to
'Ht friUar jitr nnnum. (naVIng II tlie cheitpe.t iv
rriijtII.Iied in "-"oiitlif rn llllnoln.
For 1'residcnt, b2,
JAMKS- K. DOOLITTLE,
Suhjttt tit the deemon oj the national item,
Tht JVtirTnrtlVorld on Henator Doollttle.)
"If it -record iiio consistent and untar
nnhtd thai it may be likentd to a straight
tm drawn across' a puzzle a clear team,
unncerted by the fluctuating atmosphere
vf American politics, through the pttst
from a iftteh ly Sennlor thotit lie, ilclteertl at
tni:,, in ,137,
Ut o. vtbr the people of the Sw'Ij n('im Hn
w -w.fJ uJj ey thulilimn ftr llinj h i1 ii
li ll sit lUiiie aatl h'l '""t'li put ilourihy
ii arui'i ut ihut powr. Wliei tiio queatiuo
ru.tlatae nti 'WUt uliall x loiie vritti
L t.ura aJ th peapl of Litiuml' there were
ini. tiro if.cip iu rltouUvl i 'Coiiticutii their
I P "J. mike them xliivei." There. wa, Iioh
-, Diue ihM.lny wh wonl'l luvu ininle thein
-4 r. v.thir.iii -Ui. Hut CuinillUK, who.e
.sn nf inj;lH linn Iih-i iiih.U hi nninuim
l. " id. 's nt r, let m iniKo them fell'tn
' ' mih, nl ttiu. Hil l to th power nuJclnry ul
" hi ' Irft ut, n' tint they tuvo lul l iluwi' Hie
ii- of "he r rebellion mi'l hiu renene.l their
; t K tii uuion bii-I tht ttiK. make tho
'u ru cpl our fa).j -"itii'tM, ho'I Hill.
1 Hie I'xerua I nuiy of the nHlmn."
Tin: annual county fair nf Hock Is
1 -.id.couuty will bo held at Hoek Island
i Auj-im -i-ith, -iltth and .'10th, and
hi September 1-t and 2d.
Hos 0. H. IShownimi has boon
nuuiiuated by the Mt. Uarmul Ihmo
m,i a the democratic member for eon
ere,, fn,ui fiatl! at large. Hrown-Hig-
it a whole team.
Tin: giHDd jury, at Louisville, last
week, found true ViU a-:aiiint the man
ngers of the Kentucky lottery return,
ami a ttrong eltort in heiug made to
break it up."
Cm,. Jnsun CIivkx, of Ohio, is
j'ruuiineutly mentioned in Washington
m connection with the commi-niouersdiip
-.inai revenue, in cai-e ot a
1 1 Hint ofTiea c,.i.ni n: i. i I
lor a uumWr of years a deputy commis-
--..w. uuiuuvi nan ML'i'ii i
utn eh, of a cial Jlv.
..r .1.. ... i
c intermit I is.
hxld in V.. I..-V...1 ... '
, ., , ?! "'"uence power-
Tiir Cincinnati Enquire reads (',.,
Ms'i.iftil if. i .1. i . i .i
" "Ul me uemocratic uartv.
The UqulYK, ii not Ihe infallible organ
of the party, authorize t0 hurl tw....
Stheinau It i J i.l il,. 'P .
wupm anu VlllUlCtiVC. Without
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bilily, it drivels; without wiwlom. ii
nukes an ami r,r iu..ic .. . .
Ppteeiatioii of ,lnM ...... :
eienl.i. 1.. .. . V . . .
: -"ivwavt. ii in a hiiiii
AVK' liywpatWw wilt, m., r.i..,.
He the editor of th VtlAUM.
'lp gw ttu sippoipimaut uudcr the
. . r ;. i ., .
b"""",v"i w l i
joy its honor, and, tho Bwecttat part
all.tntWnriyfnrit. nnuMl. ulobccru i
elly turned ou't bccnti-o liii no mo com-
mencos with n H "wlM'l 01 ft u is
Ctioucli to caii?e ths) victim pf rucIi n
circum-tanre to forswear Onuit forever.
How can Kei !'- il tl,at ,,is "aul?
-t Dent? full, ppy Ben'. Cruel
''IlifiKP itT and Logan rc both re-
ported to be dying with consumption.
Holii irifii to attract attention and (fr6-
ale sympathy ny uicir preieuuuu uuiui'
Diiuatioii to die with tlicflowcra lloeho
I . .. . - . 1 - .1 . 1 I n
fort to five Ills ucc and Logan to ob
tain u nomination to the presidency
llochcfort will, probably, succeed in his
dcMre ; and, if I.ogan caijnot get the
radical presidential nomination by fall
ing into tho arms ol the Methodist
church and consumption at tho same
time, ho might as well hang up the fid
dle and bow of political rchcinmg.
Tin: Pc.wia Trantrripl fays that if
the republicans do not nominate Ogles
by for congrcssinon-ab largo tho party
will be inevitably defeated. lhe par
tv will bo defeated anyhow, but this
talk about .Mr. Oflesby's great strength
in nil l'-iiiiiiioii. Ifo would not make as
popular a candidate as our fellow-citizen.
Hon. 1). W. Munn. He is not as
able a etumper not ns htrong m any
rejpect. Mr. Munn can get up more
enthuia?m in a republican crowd m a
mi mi fit tlilti Ofltal)v can raise in a
week. Jlunn is the boticr man, mid
should receive the republican nomina
O'Donovnn-Kojsn, tho Irish oxilci
bu gone Into tho insurance buitncss In
-Tho vcnerahlo Teter Cnrtwright, the
pioneer preacher of the state, Is in rapid-
Iv decllnlnc hculth at, his home near
"loAsant l'lnini, In Sangamon County.
Oliver Optic nnd Virginia F. Town-
end will follow Edward Everett Halo's
xnmplo in tho reading of stories, instead
oflocturei, to lyceum aujlenecc, next
-Tho American Odd Fellow, published
monthly by tho Odd Fellow Association,
will hereafter bo conductod by Orange
Judd, proprietor of tho Amorican Agri-
-Tho Now York .S7nr says that but
for tho " devilish services" of Louis Jen
nings, now managing editor of tho How
York Times, tho Into Henry J. "Raymond
might have been alive and well, to-day.
What does this mean?
The "home-coming" tiftho Marquis
of I.ornu nnd tho Princess Louise, at
Inverary Ca?tle, hn been fixed for the
month of August, when tho queen will
'honor tho Duke of Argyll with a visit,
and thcni will bo " high Jinks " in the
Tim masons of Virginia City do not
stand wull in Uio estimation of Mrs.
Fair. In u card, denying many of the
miwi paper .stories of events in her life,
slio say?, once, in a pecuniary strait,
sho ipplied to tho order for relief,
anil that the aid she got was embraced in
the following language, from one of the
committee of gentlemen appointed to
wait on her: "Well, Mm. Fitir, a woman
with such a protty face ought to bo able
to eur''rt-Jur.olf.. without applying to
MrC, L. Viillandighain, accompan
ied by her young son, i in Cumberland,
31(1., ami is stopping at tint residence of
her brother-in-law, l)r, It. ,.S. McKaig.
W Vtrv greatly (egret, says the Cumber
land .Veto, to bo informed that this cs.
timable lady is still in a deplorable state
of mental nnd bodily health, superinduced
by the tnigical death of her husband.
She is in such i condition in to lie scarce
ly nwuro of the presuncii of her friends.
It is to bo hoped that she will bo soon
Miriselgneitr (iurhert, bishop of Tours,
has been , nppointud urcbbishoji of Pan's.
The triumphiil entry of the Bavarian
troop- into Munich Inn been ocuiplctcd
arnid irreitt domom-tratinns of rejoicing.
Thu rcinaiii.i of Auber, thu composer,
liavo been teinlerreil at Puro la Charse.
The cortage Included many literary gen
tlemen nnd composure.
Legal pr"eoding have been com
menced by thu French (iovurnment
agninst M. Victor Place, tho lato Consul
at Nuw-Yorkj for fraud' in the purchnse
of arms for tho provisional government.
1'he committee on tho reoriranlzatlon uf
the urtny have uloptul a modified lorm of
l nmian principle of compulsory
ifrvne. i.ei i E.itatirig tho dissolution of tho
1 he (Jovertiii.Tit inctiaii-'ed sincere
uiplanations with Jtaly concerning tho
support ol the Italian occupation of Home,
..m i.j.ui.iiiil: liibiiki ior inn mi.i
""''"timing thu spiritual establiihmunt of
I. v' "-""--i aupcecn ni too
Mum .... : . . ..
oanquet of the merchant tailor, dednmrl
that nn alliance between n, n
and England would bo irresistible.
Austria has ratified tho Naturalization
treaty with the United States.
ht'SAX II. ANTHONY lllhSKK
(From a He port ol bunan't lecture iti San Ki-.in
V 1 . . ...
Who ni,.M,. ) sr r; - . ..
i iiu I mve nan n terriiiio ....... i
. wuon en (i was
;M'tI")U'lll!MC(- If all men
P otecud all woiuen there would bu no
S S Z'n", W.T!!1" ij waiting
in Bi.lf.V " .W',,.,,,'M " waitin
i 'v.v, ii.iiiivn it t ,.1..... .. -
nronrietv .fl.i,. "A "'. "--ir, sn
t( I' f l i -1 V !
merits of tho Fair ease, but 1 "V....
'man .M? T''
1 v UUI,
1 wu woniun
who have kind brothers
Isnil irtna 1 n tr .m.4..t.t
" , "uauanos nnd sons, 1 nsk you to loin
oft " ln movomlnt, so that womon
1 can lirotoct bfrtiAlf
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY JULY 22, 1871.
THE CHOLERA IK POLAND
ITS ll.VVAOKS IS l-ORMCII YK Alls ITS
ROUTS Of TRAVEL cUaw PTRKRTS
AND STRICT ijtTAllANTl.MH TtEOULATIONS
the iiest pni-rr-Nrioy.
((From Iho Sew York llcrkl.l)
Tho Asiatic Cholera has '"made Its ap
pearance in Poland. Tho news has bt n
ofllclally announced by tho P.usslan au
thorities. Distantly removed as Poland
is fmm this country thero is yet something
in the announcement of the Hpileafanee 6f
this tcrtlblo scourgo in fnr-olT Poland
which calls up unploasantmeniorlqs. If
wo mistako not, it was In '1817 tbo plaguo
broko out fiercely In tho Indiiw, and after
decimating towns and carrying off largo
numbers or the people of the Esst it slow
ly continued Its march towards the Eu
ropean frontier, nnd in Jh20 or thero
abotits, It broko out In Sputhern ltusjln,
prcttv much In the same manner In which
It now appears in Poland. In 1830 It
raged flcrcoly In tho City of Moscow,
nnd In tho following yoar nearly
tho who!o of Control Europe was, under its
evil influence. A year later, in 18.l2.lt
mado its appearance on this side of tne
Atlantic. Quobec was tho first tlty In.
which it appeared, then Montreal nnd nf
terwards flow-York, after which tho dis
easo spread in various directions. Wo
mako referenco to theso facts only that thoy
may serve to point out to tho head author
ity tho necessity of watchfulness at all
times and during ail soasons. The same
vigilance which was exorcised with opi
dotnics raging almost at our vory doors
will protect us, so far as human precau
tions can deso. agninst thoso torrlblo visita
tions from which tho populations of tho
South American cities too frequently suf
fer. Clean streets and nuarantino regula
tions nro nJmirnbla nreventives tiunlnst
diseases such as now aflllct Poland and
which has so recently robbed Buonos Ayros
of thousands of its inhabitants.
AFTKRTIIE III0T SEARCH1MO FOR lAr..
Lato in tho day younir! woman, lead
ing by tho hand a boy and girl, aged
respectively flvo and six years, applied
for admittance at tho morcno. Shu ex
plained that sho was in quest of hor hus
band, Dennis McMnhon. Ho had been
hot in tho right hip. nnd abdomen, nnd
conveyed to tho hospital, butdiod shortly.
alter Ooing numltted. I no ouiccr In atten
dance explained to the woman in as fow
words as posssblc, and kindly asked what
disposition sho wished to wake of tho body.
Trembling like an aspen leal, sno nsteneu
to the storv. her faco chancinc from palo
to ashy white, and hbr Hps moving as If
to contradict the story, wntio listening
to the details of tbo death of her husband,
whoso last moments had Icon, spent in
receiving tho consolation of his priest,
tho children, unconscious of tho maani.
tudo of their loss, wore mcanwhtlo run-
nlmr round nmonir tho nl1ct of coffins. Ask
ing for " papa." The llttloboy pointed
innocently ton idle of children's coffins,
And said to his baby sister: "See whet)
they put litt'o girls; oh I pretty 1 pretty I"
rubbing the sldu of tho little coilin with his.
hand. In the meantime tho littlo girl, in
her search for "papa" was endeavoring
to lift up tho lid or n coffin, and1 peering
through tlic space between the lid and the
edgo otltio comn, sniu: liere s papa, an
ice." "Ko, God forbid, darling,'' said
the mother, "papa is not hero." The inci
dent moved to tears all who witnessed it,
and when the woman explained that she
had not enough money to pay hor car
rare to Catharine ferry, which sho wished
to cross to her priest, a dozen hands went
Into ns many pockets, nnd n cood little
purso was instantly mado up for her.
CIIUUCK AND STATE.
In view of the fact that the Itoman
Catholic ..lerif v. from the nruhblshon down
did their utmost to prevent disorder and
violence in Xcw "iork on "Wednesday,
anu with only very partial success, the
Albany lime's asks thu pertinent question :
'Does tho church any longer govurn the
conu'rccation in tins country
To this wo 'should answer that the Cath
olic church is no exception to what has
becomo thu rulo of churches throughout
the world. Nominally within its pale1
as within the palo of Protestant commun
ions, are n large class of persons who do
not scruplo to defy its uuthoritv whon
that happens to con II let with their cher
ished Individual or nuoaiotad projects,
It cannot bo denied the trouble in Ireland,
illustrated In this country by Fenlanism,
has done much to break 'down tho influ
ence of tho'Catholic.Church With the Irish
pcoplo. Fonlanism Ts in fact maintained
as an organization .In deflunco of the
church, and its several hostllo Jetnonstra
Ion in tills country havo been madu by men
who dare tho authority of tho Catholic
priesthood. Moreover, thu tendency of
tbo ago Is to a constantly increasing
intolerance of clerical and ceclo
domiuatlon, and tbo class who claim for
themselves a qunsi independence of such
control, while mnlntnlnlng a qualified
adherauco to tho church, is steadily grow
ing larcer. Wo do not speak ol this as a
special subject of congratulation at least
from thu social and political point of view,
for it in comparably easier to make good
citizens of persons who nro under somo
Kinu ot ecclesiastical iniiucnco than ol
rebels from nil spiritual authority. Tho
church, as regards thu state, is a system of
polico tho value of whoso services cannot
ho over-uitiniated. If over in this conn-
try, as has been tho caso in France, a
consldurahlu portion ot tho Catholic
communion should boldly throw off its
roslraints, nnd becomo as to all ccclcstias
tlcnl rule insurgent, tho vnllio of the
Cntholic church organization as an aid
in preserving tho peace, and ordurof the
stale would bo recognizod, evon by those
wuo now most nuiuriy assail it.
TIIK 1'KSTlLKNOK FLY.
From the Hamilton Spectator)
Following. upon tho Colorado bootlo, thu
next infliction to noto in tho order of in
sect life, is thoappearancoof tho "pestilence
fly." Tho arrival or this insect, which is
raroiy or never seen in ordinary years, is
believed to bo tho forerunner of pestilence,
and It is said that was last noticed in great
numbers in this latitude provious to the
orcuKltiL' out ol uio cuolora in Jtto-i. tiio
insect, specimens of which have been ox
hibited to us by a citizeu who credits tho
supposition abovo cited, Is littlo less in
sizo man tho. common house lly.lt Is jet
macK on mo uncK anu wings, tho latter
being routiu unu snort. The belly and
under sido of tho wines nro striped with
yellow, whilo tho legs are yellow, tipped
with black noar the feet. It Is certainly
an odd looking insect, nnd one which wu
do not romember having seen before. It
Is found mingling with the common tiles,
anu as ii is represented to bo quite com'
mon at present, those who are curious to
examine tho new comer will havo little
difficulty In capturing specimens. As re
gards tho supposition, or othorwiso thoorv
thai tho appearance of this l)y U an indl
cation ol a pestilential season, wo are nut
prepared to express an opinion. At all
events, wo shall give way to ,no ularmliig
apprcnensions until wo navo somo as'iir
anvo from tho flics themselves on the sub
xllO CvUrltr.Jcmrnnl v.. Tl,.. ..
rrnnuisco luxaimner ueuubui tlieiMoiopbli
Ajipeal of lulling a falsehood, U U com
parutveiy aaio, ,vmon mere u lialf wn
linenl between you ana u .MmnnliU ...ii
tor, to tell him that ho lies, but it in death
unuer any oitior ctrcunisinnccs.
HA LTIAIOltE'SMURD 3RESS
THE OAItEEIt OF MItS. ELLEN
W II AltTON FBOM QIIILHOOd!
TIIK KAULY CAREER or A WAYWAKD rillL-
AIiKLl-IUAX Q1RL KSCAriNO A LUNATIC
ASYLttrA D19AIT01KTKD BRIDAL
ho ,7as lorn forly-flVo years ngo by Fr.
Nugent's sccond.wlfd.'abduVwhom littlo is
known, save that sHd'llvfcd up to a fow
years since, her husband, having died be
fore her, during tho rirevalonce of tho Cal
ifornia gold oxsitmcnt.
Tho early years of tho daughter ' r'pra'
spent near Conshohocken, at a plaeo called
Golf Mills. Her father (doHsed hor, and'
expended largo sums of money la gratify
ing her every whim. Her cbtttaoUr. was!
one of great rccklcssntss a dash. nnd fast
ness then littlo known, but whioW baa
grown somewhat into fiishion"in' these Ut- 1
Sho was proud of dross, and spent enor
mous sums of money in that direction,
with tho remarkable eccentricity of pay
ing tho debts of hor favorites and lavish
ing money and lino dresses, jowolory, and
what not upon various young ladies of
ber acquaintance. Her falhcr.pald all bills
choorfully, and was only too glad to satis
fy tho claims of his daughter upon his dot
I he care. Sho was very beautiful, her so
ciety was grcatlyj sought and'sho was tho
centre of fashionablo Philadelphia society.
It created nn immonso excitement whon
tbo friends of Miss Nugont heard oho
morning that sbo had determined to got
married. Soon aftorward'the weddingin
vitations wcro sent around and tho wed
ding day followed close behind them.
Tho prospective bridegroom was a Mr.
Williamson, whose claims as a suitor bad
not oven boon suspected, nnd who was, in
deed, comparatively unknown to tho cir
clo in which Miss Nugont movcd. But on
tho day of tho weddinc what was tho still
grcator surprise of tho guests upon attsnd-
tne ino ceremonies to nnd that tho bride
groom had not made his appearance. He
was sent for by the parents of tho bride;
and tho starling news brought back that
the bridegroom know notliiim of tho mar
riage, and had received no intimation of
tho event whatever. Tho cucsts denarted
! i . . i i
in surprise, unu me parents anu onue were
icit in discomtorturo perhaps to a wordy
rne upsnot was mat Mr, fiueent con
eluded that hit daughter was insane, and
determined to put her in a mad bouse
suss lucent noweuor became acquainted
with the desieri, arid a few dvs' before iti
nrotected accomnlisment. ran twir. norm
could tell iwbere. Ajshort timo attorward
intelligence "was rccolvcd that she had iasS
ried Lieut. Harry W. TYharton, ts young
man whose claimt, like thoso of William
son, bad not bcon known. Tho couple
put up at Jones's Ilotol In this city, but
woro soon forgiven, and returned to the
tamily mansioniat ijruir Mills., AfterwarJ
they resided at iNoTrutown, and still alter
ward at Philadelphia again. Mrs. Whar.
ton was as lavismng in her habits at
Miss Nugent, and her father was as kind
in settlcinc. nil her littlo bills.
Lieut. Wharton becamo Capt. "Wharton;
and was stationed at fort Jteerny ror six'
or sovon years. Ills wlfo accomnanied
htm in his wanderings until his ovesirrht
becamo defective, and he returned to Pnil
adclphia, whero ho placed himself 'under
tno caro ot on oculist. The war breafelng
out, the captain got a commission In n
Delaware regiment nnd nftorwnrd was ap
pointed disbursinc ucunt. Ho mado his
residence in Hamilton place, Baltimore,
nnd hnd his ofiico In Eutaw street. He
resided at this placo with tho exception of
a tomporary sojoun in ashlngton,
until his sudden death in 18C7.
Bta7Tlie Aurora Deacon says: ''We
wcro yesterday honored wilh a nail from
Rev..J. Iturlingnme, father of Hon. Anson
Burlingamc, famous first as nn American
statesman and Ambassador, andnttbo tin
of iiisdcath Minister of china to tliePou
srs of America' and Europe. Mr. Ilur
llngsmo is now visiting his relatives in
this city, tho Breeies and Wormlcys. i'or
fifty years he has been acting ns a pioneer
of civilization, from Ohio to California
and is now settled to' spend tho. remainder
of his days in Dunton, Cook, county-,
whoncehe emigratod to California in 1B10,
Mr. Burlingaroe is yet a hearty, old stylo
A Boston correspondent of tbe Sa
lem (Mass.) Gazette has been looking at
General Butler in court, and says tbat.bU;
aspect thero Is "is not brilliant, but clumsy
and Kumplsh, rathor' Also this: "Ono
source of General Butlerja; success is, he
Knows more,, ana Knows better now ana
when to uso what ho knows than many
othnra in his line. Another source is, he
desnies notbini: and nobody-until lie is
done with them, and can mako no moro
uso oi them.
I.I Ft: I.VUI'KANCK.
new and novel system of I.ilb Insurance lot
retitlr introduced bv the
MISSOURI MUTUAL LIFE
OF NT. LOUIH.
ltv this tivntem. I.lle Insurance is furnished si
as littlo cost aa by the usnal plans, and Iho pol.
icy noi ler receives an annual interest oi seren
:vr cent, uiion U tbo(mppey tmld by lum to thn
.tiinttaitv : hut aflnusli iirsmiulnH tltittH
lit in a much as a government bond,
Tho Plan hai been thoroughly criticised and
fully Indorsed by the most eminent uctusris
and Hkillful instheniatlcisns In the. land j Indeed
It has not yet been this. Hitju:t ot unntToraise
ineniiiui in any,ropciiioio .ciusrirr.
onice of Iho Company,
NORTIIWKHT COKNKR 1XIUHT11. AND OLIVK,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ARTHUR'U.' BARRETT, President.
Uknj. Williams, Secretary.
i 1 1 ' . .i " i , ( i
Ranks high in Ine list ol so'nnd, "thrifty Weaterr
it nss ampioi"", vf,.
ithitassseta mure than euotu i lo cover otitis
llslilltties in buuiiiuj .ii too eapiini
1 1 hm nna huiulred.thoiuu.nil dullsrs deDoile.i
wltli tlieniAieo mTuim, us iv prrpeiusi
Biitee to Its po icy noiaers." ;
it hiueomolled fully Willi tho new laws
laws ol the
Slate,' which are quite as exacting and. 1no,e viiM
IveoforcSd than thosenf Vjstern rltates. '
people from whom they are received.
Its mansgeineot Is vigorous, skillful nnd pnt
dent. . , , .. ..
Itu nnniiHi lutum. hmh mi. imcresi nione
nlrsndy moro ttiun ul!ieli.iil to pay its losses.
It Issues nollcii'S upon tho nrduinr) llf and en)
dowiiien. piiuisi . nuiiie raio as oiner nrt.
class I'omjiBinea. .
Ttie policy nun.vin i.iinu uii mo pronis mm.
Tho stock holder, rsn reeelvo only ten r
cenl. oi inierenuii vnpuui, u) in lerinsii
tlieelisrter. , ,, ,
TliLunuiinl dividends to ool ev linblers mitt hI.
ready giealer than many old Kastern Companies
. TiicbluUi oi Illinois jam u.i year about tour
fninlnn Uallsrs for Life llllDrsncn.
Why send so much money out of thsiBtate-.
away to w York nn I new to Bland tor an arucw
thai msy b produced lust as cheaii y (or more at
at home I
WOOD A kVOW.
uprXAnswir Aatwasa sst Cairo.
L,'.-n(l.. Nugent was, thp daughter or
.eorgo . ttgrnt, A lrL-n rsttt Very suocWsful ,
Imnottcr of this city In thu IniLrnnf."-n'iUn
FIRE AKD MARI'
i .".".......IM.vi.jic ir
OKBMANlAj, . .,,, i.,1,
nAWoyjiis, wt,j' v
111! ) Ii
Ccn.pH.ias: ihi trtidnhMlt' Ajreier. f ,
it...:"1.: 't'--! '-n
. 'Ifj -ii I ni mi: ,
FIRKMKN'b UKD) Jfj 6"'l sf'J"
...........,.i.,.-..i.;... ,iiiu7l,otl0 00
sr.ciiitiTr, k. Y.J.uAntNK''
Asjcts...,.,.... ,-..r..!..,,;....,.i,i3ii,Mj out
gtTOBK, DwtllinB,. PuralUr, HuDi o4 CSr.
) K04S, lpurlt rules, M,tTurU rul,
wrinnent necurlty will warraol, . -, -1
rpectlBnynk of the cltliehi'of Cairo, a
ahareol thslr pitronm. ,
a rs MVWHESi,
Offle-kt Km! NtlonIDBk
U lhee onlr. ind Umn. hrallh mti
tnonej. Il.ooo reward lor any cmc of dlMMe, In
any itaje which IheyUII to cure. T
DU. BlUUAU'S 11ULUBH BALSAM.
Not. 1 ami J, art -J great alUtratius knowfu
U tjia rettt tanlo and Mlrlngtnt la Use mii
tal Int. .
Dlt, BJCHAtra GObtiEN KsitTXrVK'
U the ordj re'llal,le dmralic. YO '
These remedies araaot adTertlMdtoiehMall
catnpUlaU, and basest none: but an Mnwaaleod
to effect a radical aid speedd cuie Jn all case for.
which they are recommended, wUn, ll i.thr
treatment haa filled. Ten or thonaad Marlr
recorer bj thelr.iiee, who hate lost all hop.aod,
vwu proDouoceu m mcuiuMauj tne octl Ol our
medical faculty. '
DR. BICHAU'S GOLDEK BALAAM
No. 1. ooraa ulcers; ulcerated tore throat aedj
iiiouiii, mntm ryei, cuiaoeoue eruptions, copper
color. J Uotchee, ioreoen of the salp, aerolola,
etc. It Ii the createet reneralor. alteratlie and
blood purller known. rsmDree all mercury from
the afaum,! and leaiae the blood pure and
healthy. " - .
DR. RICHAU'S OOLDEif 'Alfli.
No 2, cures mercnrlal aflectloni, rfaeumaliinl In
all Ita forms, aad glraa Immediata relief in all
TiXT tiifrrrin''Tni n i-wrfrvw 1.
-A radical core or all' urinary deraas'ements.
Price, 3 perbetUe. ' ' JV
DR. RICHAD'S OOLDIUf ZXLXIR DAM0tJR, '
A rtdlcal cure fornerroua orajcneral debility, la
old or young. Imparting energy with wonderful
effect. . n . 1T
Price (3 per bottle, or two tor 19.. r, t ' - ,
On receipt of price, these remedlefwlllbeehtp
ped toanr pltee. Prompt.' attebliea'.wld to. all
correpon'.nta." Nonerrnnlne wllhotu the Damn
of DR. lUUIIAU'd OOLUKN REMUUIES.D. B;
Ktciuapi, sole proprietur," blown la glaaa of'
txttlea. ' .
Circulars sent. Trade supplied aa a liberal dis
Addrets, Dr. D. B. nicharda,22S Vsrlck-st., W.Y.
vSend mosey by express or order goods
through your Druggist, and you will meet wth
CORNER SIXTH' and "WALrfUT-ST.,
(Entrance on Hutth-et.,)
K. J. Oakas,
II. C. fadv.
K. I). Lodwlck,
OAKF.y, CAUTACO. ProDrletors.
CENTRAL HOUSE, f
Opposite the Pflf(offlce,onBlxth Strsst bstween
Washington and Commercial avnu!S,
i . r
n " r -r i -. a
Thls'honie has bean thoroughly, over-hshlej;
refuruished aad renovaUd, and is now own far
the. reception of gnU, rTke roonare.ailUrKe
kept rnbt and day, '
auweu Teauiiueu, ana tueuiuire new. n s-n
asrw. uarroKT. " ;
coMMKnciAL-Aysaicr, orrostTR r. .0-,
Thk House ib Newly Fuiinibhed
Ami offers to the puUio firat-class accommoda
tions ai reasonaoio rates.
GKOCEKirJI AND BRY OOODH.
DRY-GOODS,, , ' ,;;
NOTIONS. BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AMD CAltS, XTCn i
Has just.reaelrad a heavy atoek' of 1
Hhoca, Hosiery and Notions,
atoek' of IVdots and
FOR SALE POR 0A8H YERY CHEAP
lie slio hus a tine stock of. Family' Orocerles ot
i i every Kiuu.i : , i ,
WRNHlt 8rXTH-ST. AND COMMEK-
OIAIi-AV..'. ' it t.'Oi
1 ' . '. . U n'l ' -i
ALLEN, MUXKEY iiWHEELER,
, l .H" i I i .
; jprfto?! rn';i i
. i tt i rt
aWPsnleii'lar attention paid lo 'fiver and ad
mindly imslness. u ,
OyhcK-rBOOMH 7 AMD 8' WIXTKlt'ainLQPXj
GREEN &, flILBERT, '
COUNSEJLORS AT LAW;
Willlnin H.Oreen, )
niuisiq ii'iiiioert,. y
tj i il tl .
peotit 'alten'horrgTv'eii lo''Aamlralty k
wat business, " - l-WJZ.
oyricr omo lxvik, rooms 7 and 8 oti
CITY NATIONAL VAXK.
at nancLATs' uituo rtohk.
MOCKING BIHD FOOD
! ' I " f if I I-"
; L M B O h D Q
OltAPE t 'catakjU I-qbaxx -1 P.ILL?,
axd jktl or
MKI.MBtI.D'N M F. JB I SJI N.KM
rar.sit tmm tirst uandh,
Always In siock In Urge supply, and for stir b
.i j . i . . i.
PEESH , SXiTT X.ICIC
a t ,
far!? bjr the Vlaa, point r Onllon
VKktma Uihk CoUxinb; . .
.. i .
10Tiljesuikt! luroHTED Extsucts;,
iriiAjToofiiAi) yAlL llRUSiiksj
Ixdia Runnxn Ncrskry Ooo'
EUREi WHITE LEAD
PURE VRRNCH ZINC.
' -,. .
Reat grad In large stock: and va
- Fuli 'Likb orCouiu,
" ' ear Asn'ia oil:
I -.I '.' SI' i
Paint Brolhea, Lkseed ,OU,
Whitewash Pjasbes, Turpeatlne, ,
Varnishes . EttVeit.,
all (iocs awo STlHt qcalitim
.UAUA'I .it i .!t,
." a i . i- .
. '..hi yj i .
I . i rt.t - i v
i '..j .il: 4anj j .
: . . j ii I v
.'DEAEjRS , W FLOUR;
And Aaants of
Okie Hirer atasct Ksmnvstia
Ji- un q ) !tM. .' i
..i ' i i .i-' , . .
I' A ,t
BILLIARD SALOON AND HAH
JOHH OATESl, PMpvtetor.
tOo Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
TILLIARO aaloon furnished with Ihe Ixsl ol
I - J I 1 '
S A. 2k IP Ii :e booms
ivfTt rtriitlj ns. tajed Com.
ern'Illlnois. and none hefti
Theie is no bstlnp i
nenl In iou
er stocked,' "Call and
lest the varmua Brands ot w
Sines and llqnerai
1 .1 ' 1 a i ril! il .1 ,
tniswmey Tralli SMr;l isaiel Cswsatcrclsa
; uiII-JV i ddiAfsssssif. ; . . i,
S3 r Hat ansa always on nana; .Tnoaeawu-ingae
iiihtfulbeveranes should not tail toeajlandenioy
wlnea 'aw' oigare nav nw
caraaadatitlcal'Ua a.M I - f
-I II ROM TIC work wmtiBg in many aad
' . . l-la. mm 1 1 MHiiFM. I n nn- J.u
the work, la oolored prmtTsg, of ten ordinary
presaea, thertoy reducing ins cost ci ina: cnarac
FtTMERACD'S Bamplel1Roomi arelatookt
with pare Imported wines, liquors aad cigar.
?d. arPed'trom tbs tar lo nrstlsas
stria. Theia Is no bull, .t.l.ll.hm-nl in ani.ihi
'work to a very low rate.
nooiiN, nasii, rrci
Office ox Tenth St.,
lvr.i 4-nimiierclnl mid MaatilsigUu
a OKNTS lor Hock Illvei Paper Compsny-
Kheathing Felt and CjuarttOment.
wt.,'itn.'"ii.','Pt0Jt' 'Booflajt alway. mi
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
. D60R3, SASH, BLINDS.
Furnished on shetest notice.
Commercial-ay, bet. 10th and Uth-sts.,
CO A I. AID WOOD.
K . " M . W A R I) ,
WOOD AND COAL
1 M. WARD is prepared to deliver the U.l
' . Fire Wood and ntone Coal
lit ANT PAUT OV Til K (UTV,
in any quantity de.ired, on short aotier.
COAL DELIVERED at f 1.50 per tok
OKVICK-Oitr Deerwart. Orth A Co.'a stove.
twodoors abovs the corner of Eighth streat so l
Commercial avenue. ierit
nANSKL'B trATr-ST THK ORLT RXLIA11LK
WINDOW FAST OCT.
E li'-H r
BERLIZnEIMER & CATIK,
Sole owners of the Territories of tbe States 'ol
Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa, and
Agents for other rltates.
Gknxral OrncE 90 Wash.inotoh-st.,
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
I LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,,
Caansarctel A.weu. asppexdl Blllat
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Ready-Made.,
A. full assortment of Misses' arid Ladies
nats and Bonnets of tbo latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
, MRS. C. McGEE,
i t t
KIOIITn rTRKET, ilKTWEEK TfASHINOTOfJ
AND C0MUKRCIAL AVINCtS, ,
lias Just fecoived a full and splendid line of
brers Iriearalngs. silk gimps, allk.galeon.i.gul.
Jure laces, muss trimmings, crocket buttons,
lilt and' swivel buttons, pjush end trimming vuU
tel. hale and bonnate, ine kid loTasr.la41eP an4
ehildrama' ehoea; and a toll andcot)laa atoek of
Millinery an4 Fancy Goos.
All of which she proposes to sell at
TUB TJBRT LOWEST CASU TRICJM.
. Ift i . .
The Illinois Central Ha I Iload Company not
offer for aalejho following described Iota In Ktrst
1 jr i "-
.uuumjiiw inn vny or uairo, viri
UijW block , Wt iitWocJt'fcJ
' 8, 82, 2S ' 8t
' d , 82,. ' si 'IB. ft
For termi.tte,, apply to JAMES JOHNiO.V,