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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY JULY 29, 1871.
tmot KHtr.H AS MV tHWM.
NOTIONS, HOOT A.VJ SIIOI
"W jmt.1 A.VH CM'!', ETC.,
I i ut r'rrNnl a t.Mity Mock nf Hoots and
fhoM, Ho'lerj rnl Notion-,
J"Oir?,iK J'OI! CASH VKKV CIIKAI'
He also hl a fli.e ffork of K.inlr Hir-r i.n. nl
r r kind.
tymsiu: ;ATir.?r. ,t .v co.v.m km
01 A .-A V,
(MICH. IM.I.VOIS. '
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CM IN) CITV C40AL
It preparrl to fiiii'lr rini.itiKtf ulih u,t. k.,
YYrmnw am jllinois
ORDERS lefl at Halliday Hro. office, 70 OHIO
LEVEE, or at the Coal Var.l Mow the St
Ctiarln Ilnt.l.will rlto prompt attention.
THETl'O "MO.NTAUK" will bringcoal along
side steamers at any hour, oc'iiir
Satcmut Moexi.vo, July 29, 1871.
0HN n. OBERIA', Koirna iko FvausHts.
Titai r tut Daily DtLitn.v:
Oct week, by carrier, 2j
Ons year by carrier, In advanc to w
On roODUu by t.liil . .. 75
n.rn rrwnthi .. f 2 25
hix rsyjthf, ,. .. 4 2i
Oie )tar, ... t CO
JU tAfiiZ J-i;-?ro AlrjmUr ojorJumlnf ihrnliioj
Ca-9; lAMlyivrif Jo, 1 n ','mj;
a .It-oval Tn!; tndJL imt fM-tft. ; ','if.
7'U n nit vJJii A viuvl to O,. ,
trv'A a tarr and t.rraqnj cumUVi, IV I',.
It tJtsdi tki jilruvi)( ut utttttjtnt i-tat,. atvJ
TUB D01MI1 WEEKLY IlftLKTI.V,
J.-Jin H. OU-rljr i Co. nuru reduced tho ml,.
srri.t.tn priee ofth- Weekly Curo llullttin to
(tit tJlnr r aivMm, making it the cheapest in.
ptri.ab.iil.ed is Southern Illinois.
for President, 167:2,
JAMES 11. DOOLITTLE,
AVvcc ( rAc icetmn rwionnZ iff m
111.- S York World on HenMnr Doolitlle.
"Hit rrcon ij so consilient and untar
mnUJ that it may be IV.ened to a utmiyhl
I'M. drawn atrovi a puzslt a elcar team,
itntuertcd by the fluttHuting atmosphere
A'wriean jiMtia, through the past
P i yh Stmlvr Itriiltle, ihhrercl at Ik
tntl, in Jy.
yi wax du ty Uu. Ij.hu 1111 f It ttir 111-1 rc
ie,i ?vnt Ittimo anJ haJ l--tn put JownU
rnne, inilt wer, Wh.-n tlio Uetii.u
at'ie .iim . -What .lull U .lone with
. m mil th people of I.atiiim V there were
. i eteutbere vido iirwilotj-, "(imfieciito their
( njr . mikB them ftate." There m, lion
' o it.it iliy who wu'j'.l hati' muje tiiein
e. u- lu.iruu n .lute., lint 4millu, hoe
. ecli nf a ioglo lino li imi'lo hi. narnn iin
'i, u natorf, leiiiaimiethem Wlow
nn. .ni thu I1 10 the roerttnli!lory ul
I lt u, I,., tht they have ai,( .(.,wu the
a . ihe.r reiieliioii un l hate renee 1 their
mi. .. ence to ttm union anil the Hai?. inuke the
. . .' . I0!'1"1 ",lr MIw-ltin, an.l Uim
vi u.e iier.aiiJsliit id lliu ration.''
A ClUUAdO journal, devoted to tho
Hpread of spiritualism, in encouraged in
the belief tint its sort of religion u
gaining ground, ' becau-e practices are
common and approved now, which,
'generation -lince, filled 'the commu
' uity with horror."
t" tin t il. 1 .1 .. . I
.....r. iiiu uijiuniv 01 mo rnuual 1
preri arevi-ibly cliuekiiii'.' at (he tie-
nunciation which a few iLv, an wtp
Ui. U...L.I. '
oeing laanched a''amat (loverr.nr i,ff.
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inn i... i......ir..n . i , . .
j a iiaiiuiuu oi exciiea and vio-
W men, the evM ork Kkmhj Pott
has the trace to express iUelf thus-
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"in the prepuce of the threats and pas-
om, the brutal hatred and min. l-u ded
all, cverytliing ele will bo for-
' ignorance which nnw i'tl nn.l tl.ri yu, wr u ui uw.uuuuon, uu coiouraicu tno event uy " riprn,..... : u:W
, , " no- ltepuiiiican paper soon to bo started In " rou'B spree, tno result or which wai """" u Bi-iici-iu.uo.p.in ouo p.m
hun, not fur his Imitation in the the city of Washington. This I, a private t,,1ttt..Fu,l . him, and promot- i.,uvc Klut, Xnl"!: 8:!0n.m
l-u'd'c service, but fofterving the pub- UnUtn.rK and Mr. IMrry ha, no more w,u,n . v..i.0,A.2II'.t ... Miu::" " . T$!?.
gotten; and the state of New. York '"i has tor any prlvato mercantile specula- urst boat. Ho ulco onginoerod tho first ""I" ''' Bhnwiieton on TucuJayn. 'niurs
. . . u J"rK, ,. steainnr .lnurn il... r.l.i.,.l f...i..n.. ilayn anil Kntunlaya.
'and the city too, will join in the inor
' &t tupport of the governor who, if not
""til. IUQ Uieu til t(,,.. t,...,.t
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blOM.Ull . -- vvuJ
, Jro auspted tij th'w unrl-
liTGiui.iK- ..i i,...,i ..i. i. i.. . i ,y . ra.iicai, expresses is omn on oi camel bag-1 i"i tuuiuiuuore was a captain on ills 'iv..i,." 5,.i.a;i. ... i
'Hvttdi.; 7 V 1 l' Us a. follows: 'Thev are doing more JrAhJn ?'' f his trips to New moomiWon
"uy wcd the honor of the commu- Ti . u . .' i u .i . ()flo"s with ordinance und amun t on w '' .? n' we,"'- , ,
ly friiu, k 'harm to tho country today than tho lo- f0. Ocn. Jackson, in 1814 Mr Dvko and Ai ini, wi in'f ""l. St. Louis, and Illinois
'vVCm '"f' CUlJ "eVCr '"'l"r caterpillar, or any other kindred th crew werJ !' pressed Into SvlSo. tieJ I-bu w .Bu
" n'! out. 'pen Tlicy are teaching tho less intolli- 'l' i- fought gallantly in defense of that (vA,rJ;i'YiXoadWlt1' Chlu ,)vlslon Illmol,
KnyAt.vCTTT"' ' gent and discriminating Southerners to i1', '.m'1 ,r,1ce,vod,tt y,0"'"1 V', ' At Florn. with' Ohio nd MiaiHSpp, iuilroa.1.
r.l.I.AHETIt L'auy STAvTr.v ,.r. . l,....t.,. ...i t i .i vt ,1 , 'S n"d ho boro the scar to tho day of h U AtBlmwnfuto.n, with Ntoamlm'.or C uem.
a. i '"ANTON propos- 'ucsplsoaitd hatu tlio Northern pcoplo death. ' iuitl. I'iuenh. Cairo Mtnist.iiii.. wiutui-
'p l . i u,."U"i uinuui.t of beat 1 ' d!"grace upon tho great ltepubliran par
J licyUuu t tuvtn uuv aillf 4 ' uy and upon tho national I'livernment.
ouuu.il oi iiittn ,t i i iit.v lucir rapacity is insatiable, and n nine jiuiiuu wotnan s restaurant in
and smoke a room t-o ii ),'1!-';ll'l:r ' tl'ut they steal every penny they can lay Fourth street, in Memphis, in 1801, after
' can't see aero. it. Th, -n, - comparat, vely jr.J.
und cooking will give then, 1 . Y, t ' th Jndlc-tinont against them, oral army stories, Sherman, chief of stall;
it Men nr.. (h.. I.u i ' 1 c'tant plundering Is a very told this chicken story. Said ho: "AVhllo
. Wen are the tat cook. Now, , '-Mkc,,,,,,,,,, ic wlIch at Howling Green, the rebel women both.
tug ever written
wan written by a man. The quicken
cooling I ever knew of wan by a man
oh shipboard. lie only had one cpoon,
' which ho would dip into everything,
nd, between rlavorn, he would lick- it!
A womApwuuldu't have, done that;
(he would nave dirtied a dor.cn toweU
ud cpwiind,Titly more time,"
Tni; Xotv-Vork ,Wy f'xjrcf
si-.-; "Tlic Hon. .Jcrcim'nli S. Mack
' lin.M been ijuolcd oJll)ocll to the
' tiintli ruoiitioti of the Pennsylvania
' tleniDcratic jilatforin. Thi-i is not true.
' No was In jfarriabtir; tluring tlio it-
ling of llic coinontioii, being engaged
1 in die huprcme court, then in pension,
'and gave Ins opinion in wrting, cx
preying in the boldest terin.4 tho binding
obligation!) of tho povcral amendments
in (lie cniililutioii. Some very straight
i.ict'd peop!! complain of the new dc
pi. rt it re upon the ground thai it is n
coficufeioti to ratlicaliain. iSot at all.
It is simply a ci ncession to a state of
facts winch dcir. crats nor republicans
can niter. The sinmle oucstion is. arc
the amendments to the constitution
' binding? Uefore they were adopted
1 they wcro opposed, and now that they
'are practically as immovable as the
1 Itocky Mountains; democrats admit the
'record. Just as they supported the
'constitution with slavery recoguized in
' part of the states, they obey it now
' that it is excluded from nil the states."
Thk United States is now paying in
the neighborhood of 8150,000 per year
to tlio principal officers of the govern
ment, that is, to the president, vice
president, members of tho cabinot,
treasury officials, etc. Nearly every
member of the administration, to whom
this money is "paid, has been absent
from the scat of government almost con
stantly einco tho ndventof warm weath
er. Tho president ,is enjoying the
pleasures of tho season at Long Uranch,
and will shortly vary his programme
of summer recreation by taking a trip
to the 1'acific coast. Tho vice-president
is also on the wing, and wo read of him,
very lattly, making liis little sensation
at tho principal hotel of tho Lake City.
By newspaper paragraphs, and through
the medium of tho telegraph, tho pub
lic aro enabled to keep track of other
less prominent but not unimpor
tant members of the adminis
tration. Those being osten
sibly servants of the people, tho peo
ple cannot help thinking that for em
ployes, they are having a remarkably
pleasant time. Tho old idea that pub
lic position is, or ought to be, onerous as
well as honorablc,.-ecnis to bo exploded.
The public, who paya its officials for
their time, their labor, their best
thoughts and their wiyest experiences,
U now treated to the spectacle of the
whole government force being absent
from their post of duty,
, "On pleasure bent."
But even in the absence of those
elected to engineer it, the government
machinery runs on, oiled by tho taxes
of the toiling millions, to whom Long
Branch and tho Pacific coast arc as the
moon to the crying child.
-Colonel McCook, Ohio Democratic
nominee for governor, opened tho cam
paign at Ashtabula on the 2 1 tit.
Tho "Washington Cupitnl is dimining
th" momentous question : ''.Shall wo have
a better "White House tn put our president
n, or n better president to put in our
Tho P.o.ton 'J met pjcprcsscj tho hopo
that nor (len. Jlutler'a iiamo U fairly bc-
fore tho public ns a c.indiduto for trover- I
nor of Massachusetts, all tho details of tho
diabolical scheme that ho hatched to starve
lib .wr. mother will bo fully cxnofcd.
Savs the New York Sun: It I, n
Hgtuficant fact that thr- glowing reports gQncoof tho survivors and the pcoplo if of tho pick, that both wcro Instantly suffo
'.it tlm S.m Domingo Commissioners, I mey should bo caught. catcd.
put.umo.i attiio expend) of the Cover-1
iiieni, 111 which lint inutui was reprocn-
' ted mi terrtstrinl pa rail I tw, havo not '
'nail tho cfluct of inducing any ernira
tlnti tn tlmt fiivon-d bind.
Senator (,'arl Selmr. U n.vppcled to
rtildri-M a tnor-iU.-j i.f(!Pff,Hti in Chica-o
,lfTP lllll!?. wIlOll 111, will innl-o t.l
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up"n pol'tioal iMi-, idoar to al
"'t'T'"t(;(l. Thoro U of c mr.ucoinidurablo
Pf-"'tso u to wlmt U.ind lui will tao
and tlm extreme- radii-alt anticinntu i.t,
. ' """"' nnuupaiu ins
r. 1 . . . . .1 1
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v .'.. b.it .i it uiii buuii ii.mi:mi.imiri hk liiiiv I
The Cincinnati Knguircr asserts that
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A"'m l' ? " ,, , T
ctW"n ''' I'ro.d
right to use l.Ii frnnk for its benellt than
KJII IIVIV 1(1, IIUIIIU.
T1' sPfl''(?ll(''d (Maw) Ilrjmbliea
iiuoru hfclirtilvtlinn f.vnr? tliov ro dnl.nn.
. , ....j
ehing tlio frccdmcn, thoy aro bringing
l .... . -. n---
'1..IK..1. , "" incrcatcu in
'luitsn. i. ........... 1 lu'"ioii. 11 Is
' nnitiu l(n'(,i,ul He . U making the
' ' '"-"vy wiut u in
urn) mates, und bringing ku
' tfr.om.U.undbrl,,:, " Bol,'
mitt-,,..,... t . "r-ion aimeu
uiiiv upon honest lhiml..nu,u . , ,
' lers will nr.t i . 1111 '"al
'aiidlr-cdv ndvunlur. ,'M0''1 "cdy
' r Zi V t " "f0 "PP01" to
riisnoi ulblu lVderi.l .....i .... w
.thlmied by Northern Iul!.; . IT.,
floor tf ConereM
MuimcnM. ii , . i tircu us iu UL'tiiiia il. WU8 w vi i n mtnn
(l'crsonalnnd Imprson il.J
(Jtilncy li Infested ly burglars.
Small pox In epidemic in Urooklyn,
Kvnnsvlllo la talking of Nicholson
.Mr. L. U. Itcnvli Is puffing St. Loul
In tlio columns of tho Now York Tribune.
Tho 10th Indlnntx fair will to hold nt
Indinnnpolij, nnd will commence on tho
2nd of October.
Only $2,000 hnvo been rnled, so fur,
in St. Loul, for tho testimonial to Mr. L.
l lt.-nvia 55,000 Is wanted.
Tho "Immortal J. N." still lives and
ledums hit last effort was mado In St.
Louis on "Wednesday ovcnlng.
Ten elephants from Coylon, brought
to this country by Captain Smalley, arri
ved in ow lork last Saturday.
Mrs. S. M. l'omeroy, "Brick's" divor
ced wife, tins accepted an agency for a llfo
Insuranco company in Milwaukee.
Mrs. Colt, tho widow of tho Invonlor
of Coll'f rovolvcr, lives in Brooklyn, N.
Y., and enjoys an incomo of 440,000 a
Wniard'i Hotel, In -Washington, It is
said, is to bo patched up and rcntod to tho
government for tho occupancy of tho navy
and war departments during tho erection
of tho new state department building.
A Mr. Thomas Atkins, of Cincinnati,
has invented a now musical Instrument
differing from n piano, In having no
strings, and no tension, tho tones being
produced by tho hammors striking upon
stool hooks of a peculiar construction.
HOW IT OCCURRED.
THE NUMBER KILLED
On Tuesday evening a freight train,
No. 17, under tho conductorship of James
Oibbs, wit't englno No. 107. reached Kd
wardsvillo, bound west. Oibbs, it is stated,
had his Instructions to lay over at Kdwards
villo till ix o'clock, at which timo ha
would there meet tho construction train,
g ng r;st, which had tho right of way
uti il tho hour named. Gibbs, howovor
st " ted at 5 ::i3 twenty-fl vo minutes ahead
of , ropor time nnd his" orders.
Tho operator at Kdwardsvillo tele
graphed to tho train dispatcher in East. St.
"No. 171ms left."
Tho train dispatchor sent back a mcs
"You must bo mistaken"
To which tho Kdwardsvillo oporator
"It ii'.so, the train is just making the curvo,
nearly out of sight."
Tho train dispatcher ominously respon
'Then you will hear terrible news"
Tho passenger train, which left Ed
wardsvills shortly after tho freight train,
had proceeded west nearly thrco miles,
when it was flagged and stopped. Tho
passengers, on inquiry, wero Informed that
thcro hud been a terrible collision on tho
road, and upon going down tho tract n lit
tle distance came upon the fearful wreck
and heartrcridering scene.
Four men lay dead upon the ground.
Several, badly wounded, moaned piteously,
and were being cared for by tho survivors.
Two of them woro frightfully burned.
Iicncath tho wreck of a locomotive, a
boy, thirteen or fourteen years of ago. was
hemmed in, but still alivo. For four hours
efforts wcro mado for his rcscuo, and after
so long a timo they proved successful!.
Ho himself iravo Instructions how to pro
ceed in his release, but shortly after its nects with a friction roller attached to a
occurrence death also released him from shaft which is worked by steam. The em
his sufferings. "Ho wa grasping with ono ployos aro enabled to make very good
ot ma lianas a hot steam pipe, tlio water
iruiii which i uu ecu ueu mm 10 ucaui. i
A iniin wna found Irlnr' nnnr thn rnrrina.
still alvo ijut nourl'v rnaitnl. Iln w
rolled in flour, wrtinned in his clothes and
taken to Kdwardsville, but died yesterday
Two othen. Imdlv wounded, iliwl nt Kd.
u - nrriav illn Tnns.liiv ntf.liLmuL-tn.r .irFit
deaths thus far. with a probability c"f futal
rnsnit. tn mmn nf tlm intnred.
il j .. .i, ,..!. .!.. . -.1 I
.,:, r .i,A rvi,.ii( tmin. .n enniwir.,.
tt a collision was unavoidable, jumped
If-.,.... I f-ln nnil 41 I tain f tlm
Most of tho mon on the construction
train livol at iid wards vllle, and worcthere-
luru on their way to tlieir homes.
IlEATH OF KOIIKI'.T KUI.TON'S KNOI.VEKIt.
(From lIinNew Vurk Sun, 2..)
I'liti-rdiiy morning Charles Dyke, 85
year of ago, died in Kust New irk, at
the realdi'ueu of Ii'h Kuii-in-lnw, Win. K.
fjinilli. .Mr. Dyku was horn on tho 13th
day of June, 178C, mid in hU curliur vur
fuliuwed the trade of a carpenter." He
ho. hi, unu nine cartieuier on too singe oi
l"? olu x'arlc Iheatro, Having a natural
, ..,!. iim.."e I,..
K itieiitru, Having a nutura
fiiginecring, however, ho turn
Itioll to Hint bustnnts. nnd snm
...i 1.1 ......... ! . . . . i . . . I
...k.h.v.iii,,, un.ivii itu .unr
iiiiuiiuuii 10 iimi ousinots. anu BOOH
bbcame nn expert.
In 1807 Mr. Dyke was engaged as as-
"Want engineer on Koburt Fulton't steam-
TI,o chief llneor wa '7 .ScoUhn an!
ulld on lho ,a of U)(J boat ,a U)0
Iir l . 1 1 rr 1 1 1 III I firl linx limit t -i ft 11. I
I .. ,1 1 1 n .. 1 1 .... 1 1 t i ,i - . .
established Mr. Dvko wns enr-ineor of thn
steamer down tho Ohio and Mississippi
A HTOllY or OEN. BHKUltAN.
(Fniin tlm N. V, Com. Ailvcrtlur.)
Once, while dining with tho general at
old cfiniiiliilnt tho soldiers hnvo nillL-,,,1
l cn r cows, or stolen our chlckons. or hunted
into tho smoko-hcuio.' Always lho samo
a' ViffiL TVT
- V" t7. C 7. . . ' w
1 death with thuso womon. Ono mot nine:
- I n,ov bosleifed thu (IcnerHl's Iw.iiiliiiiiirir...
Uhon Ueneral Hl.erman, raising himself to
the most solemn posture, und addressing
I vt,. rnpmnmi ,:., ....t....i . ... , 1
the integrity of u iepuWlo
1 lly 1,10 constitution must bo maintained,
lif( tahes every tiuthtnw TtnnttittV
w ,M wuvni... Htm inn v uiiuui i ui i.iin;nuu ium Aiion ittiiroau. for
.. I), ll'o lw.,.1. ... II... il. . 1 11. . I Hl..,ul.,,.,, f,.ul '." ,.t.' "',
I nvnra tn ll.lnun. tr 1.. I , ... iL. . T:. . ...
,.t u'liti .u x ui iii iviiiuuy, WI1UI1 lliu I ." """ hi "i ii'i uu iioi
I I . , . I At Hnrllll'fll'lll. Wit). triili.nr.n an,
DKATII OP AN KSTIMA11LE KEVTUCKT WOMAN.
Phllndelrom tho lphla Age, July 21
Mrs, Jav Cnnlrn title. c r.. i i. it
M.Au ftn,d,Chrltnin philanthropist tf
hi. city, died at Ocouti. near Jhollon
Uiiis, on last Saturday, of' an aflcction of
tho heart, from which tho had been n long
but patient lufforor. Mr.. Cooko was a
mombor or tho Allen family of Kontuckv
a s.stor to Colonol Allen, principal of tlld
Kentucky Milltary.'Instltutlon at Frank
fort, and a-woman of far more- than usual
strongth of character and flrodness of pur
uosa Sho was n Cltiriu holpmato for hr
husband in all tlioio movotnonU which
como within tho lcgitlmato sphoro of wo
man's duty, of woman's ministration.
Her mind was broad and comprehensive,
her feelings deep and ardent, her piety
puro and ennobling, and hor industry
and persoveranco commensurate with tho
ficll of action, bo that over so wido and
extended. In truth, word and deed, Mrs.
Cooko "went about doing good." But hor
acts droppd as still and quiot as tho dows
upon tho parched and thirsty earth. Her
voico was not heard in public, but It whis
pered pcaco and comfort in tho homes of
tho poor, and hopo and consolation in tho
abodos of want, grief and wrotchednost.
Her namo was not blazoned in lifo's busy
thoroughfares, but il was rcmcmborod in
tho nightly prayers of hundreds of men,
women ami chlurcu mado happy and con
tented by her words and works, hor sug
gestions and practical deeds. "Wliilo thus
acting from home, in that sacred placo,
sho was a ministoring angle. To her hus
band sho was a crown of Joy and rejoicing;
to hor children a poarl above all price j to
her frlonds a companion, guido and in
structor. This was her character, tbeso
her words, and now she has gono to enjoy
that reward which follows a woll-spontlifo
THE LKOI8LATIVE DILEUHA IN ILLINOIS
(From the Su Louis Republican.
Gov. Palmer's lottor to Mayor Mason
presents tho Illinois lcgislaturo In a most
rodiculous light, and unless tho sensibili
ties of tho motnbers aro unusally tough,
they can hardly help fcolinc: thoroughly
ashamed of thomsolvos. For roasons not
difficult to understand, ' tho. municipal
authorities of Chicago Invited tho legisla
ture to hold its next rogulur session in
that city; and-for reasons impossible to
understand, tho logisluturo accepted tho
invitation. Tho supremo folly of such a
firocccding was shown up in tho leading
ournals of tho state, but all to no pur-
poso mo legisiaiuro nau aciorroincu to
gj to Chicago, nonattcr what happened
in conscquonco thereof. It might, natur
ully bo supposed that this determination
would bo supplemented with somo
preparations for tho anticipated change
of base, but it now seems tbat;nono what
ever wcro made. Thoro arc no arrangot
mcnts to provido a sultablo placo of moo
ing for tho legislature, or sultablo rooms
for tho state officers; nor is anybody
cm po wo red to do this work, nor is "thoro
any monoy to do it with. In short, if we
may judgo by its action, or rather inac
tion, tho lcgislaturo will go to Chicago
without tho slightcst'idca of what it it go
ing for, or what to do when it gets there.
Tho common council of tho city may as
sign tbo members samo hall or vacant dc-
Eot in which to hold their deliberations,
ut unless this is done, they aro not likely
to havo a roof to covor them.
In this curious dilemma Gov. Palmer
is perfectly justifiable in calling an extra
session, and thereby given tho legislature
an opportunity to show some glimmer
incs of senso by dropping tho Chicago
STEAM SEWINO MACHINES.
Steam pbwer for driving machines is ex
tensively used, especially in tho larger cs
ostabllshrnents. An example Is seen at
tho great dry goods concern of A. T. Stew
art & Co., in Now York City. On tho
fourth floor aro about 000 females and a
smrll number of malo assistants, engaged
in various branches of cutting and fitting
fumalo apparel. Tho majority of these
employes ate oporator on sewing ma
chines. Tho machines aro rangod In rows,
and are moved by steam. An operator can
start or stop tho running of a machine by
tho tiso or nor root on a pedal, which con
wages oy means oi tins ingenious inven
C6?Tho nlairuo at Buenos Ayrc9 is ac
runted for by tho fact that tho city stands
uPn n ma83 of corruption, tho result of
Iung accumulation anu lack or uralnago.
1 HO (lUUIltity 01 1110 llllll IS CStimatoU at
C0.000 tons, and the authorities aro bocin-
n.'"S to act on tho subject. As showing
too ueituiy character oi the sutistratum on
which tho citv rests, two men. who wcro
encaged in clearing away tho rofuso camo
upcyt an abandon
ni21U L 11 U 11 IXS B LlillltUti JU L il U Uila UiU D
SPKINOFIELD, AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHKASTKKN It. It.
OiiBii.l nfter Monday, April 2tlh, 1S7I, tralnnwli
ruu as ioiiohhi
TUtl.l illllXI HOITIIEIHT.
U-av,- Vlraimn.......... rta.ni - WiM p.m.
I. ftfefcZluS ' 7 S
Arrivo at rami.,
tuaiss aoin'i KOKTIIWUT.
Leave I'ihih Iiinia-m
" Tiijlurvilln 1:
Arrive ( Vlrwinl .r " ...,'.".7.'.'!:W
TKAINl UOIM1 BOL'TIUiflT.
;JooiI 6:3)n.m ..10:I0 a.m.
uIUS.&Li'Sl'i' I'0'.'.' S'J!K..ru".?L
with Jackaonvillo division
I Alton, nnd
J(l UN IWjitt,
.Ocn'lrr'titimq Ticket Alt'!.
HOUSE MOVER AND BUILDER
Is prepared to do all kinds or
"USK MOVING, IIQUSK RAISING
, ltEPAIIttNO OF EVKUY DESCKIl'TION
ON THE HOST RIASOXAlaH TtUMS.
b.iiisn, or ;i.l,lr-l tu tho cure of P. O. llox 4W
I V?,,A -nium onico, win secoivo proinjn, aiwn
P BO VISIONS, K TO.,
Ohio Levee, :::::: CAino, III.
oiiDriis rnonrrtr mum
0. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 Ohio IiV,
CAIRO, I LMNOlH.
BBMpoctal attention given to Consignments
an.l fl limit orJori.
COKNEH SIXTH and "WALNUT-ST.,
(Kntraneu on ttlxth-sl.,)
V. .1. OakJt, ")
II. U.Uuly, J. CINCINNATI, OUIO.
OAKIH, CAUr A CO. Proprietors.
Oppo.lto thn I'ottofflco, on Hlxth fitroct between
Washington and Cotnmorcuil avenues,
Thli houio h&a been thoroughly nver-htulfHl,
rofurulihc.l an J renovated, ana la now open for
tho reception of sueat. Tho looraa arc ail lams
and well ventilated, and fuahlturo new. Hatch
kept nlghtand day, .UIU. OAFFNKr,
commkucial-avesue, orrosiTE r. o
JOSEni iiAVLii-s, : : : : i rnorniiToa.
Thk House ih Nkwly Fcunished
And olleri to the public firnt-claiis accomtnoda
tlona at reasonable raiea.
Uae thea only, nnd save time, health nnd
money, sjl.oui revrnrd (or any case of digenee, in
any Majow filch they tail to cure.
DR. KICHAU'S DOLDEN BALSAM,
No. 1 nnd 2, are tho greatest alteratives known.
DR. lHCHAU'H OOI.DEN ELIXIR D'AMOUIl
la the n-eateat tonic andaatrlnirentln thomel.
IB. niCHAU'3 GOLDEN ANTIDOTE
ut the only reliable diuratic
These remedies are not advertised to cure all
compluinU, and benefit hono; bnt are guaranteed
to nf act a radical and apeedd cute Inall caaet for
which they, are recommended, when nil other
treatment lias failed. Tens of thousands yearly
recover by their use, who have loat all hope, nnd
been pronounced ni tncutabloby tho bol of our
DK. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
No. 1, cures ulccr, nleerated sore throat and
mouth, tore eyes, cutaneous eruptions, copper
colored blotcUea.eoreaeti of the acalp, acrolula.
etc. It Is the creates t renovator, alterative and
blood purifier known, removej all merenry from
the siBtem, and learn tho blood puro and
healthy. , .
DR. RICUAU'3 OOLDE.M BALSAM,
No. 2, cure mercurial affections, rheumatism Id
all its forms, and givea Immediate relief in all
DR. KIClIAU'B GOLDEN ANTIDOTE,
A radical cure for all urinary derangements.
I'rlco, S3 per bottlu.
DR. KICHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUR,
Arulical cure fornerroui orfeneral debility. In
old or young, imparting oucrgy with wonderful
Prion tl luir hrttlll.. flr Iwn frtr 19.
On receipt of pnee, these remedies will be ship
neil tn rtnv tiloo. Ifrnmnt attention Daid to all
correspondent. None genuine without the name
of "I) ft. IIICIIAU'BOOI.DKN KEURVIVX, U. II.
IlicuAuus, nole proprietor," blown In Klasa of
Circulars cent. Trade supplied an n liberal dit'
Address, Dr. D.H. Richards, KM Varlck-t.,N.Y,
VSond monov bv exnresa or order goods
through your Druggist, and you will meet wMli
Dr. IUtllngcr, solo proprietor and nmaulirturer
1410 SOUTH 7TII-ST.,
NT. LOUIN, K1KNOOXI.
DR. RATTINGKR'B FEVER DROPS
re tho champion medicine for the cure of Fever
nd Aitue. Dumb Abuo and nil other kinds of
malarial fevers. They are purely vegetablo. cure
nulokly and permaeeotly. No ipeTeon need bavo
the lever arecondtlme,when tlicso drope can bo
JDiainea. i-ico per uoiue, ai.u. s m
lattlngM'a Fever Drops.
DR. RATTINGKR'S VEQETAULJi
LIVER PILLS -i
kr exullerit in all caaon'of coitlfenaia. billons-
nnaaand imnuritv 'of the blood t thev contain
neither calomel nor any other mercurial prnpara.
linns; act quicuiy ana prouuee no griping,
Price pe r lox centa. Ask for Dr. Kattlngers
vegetaoio tiivvr t ins.
DR. RATTINGER'S DIARRHOEA
AND DISSENTERY POWDERS.
Aro a pleasant, quick and 8ifo remedy for all
kinds ol Diarrhoea and Dieentory aJIcOtiag adults.
I'rlco per box V) cents. Ask for Dr,lat-
tinffnr'ii DlnrrliopA nnil lllinnnsla PowderaA .
DR. IIATTINGKK'S TONIC UERBfi
ANDS roots;; ' ,J
Make a superior utomach bitters; very .useful as.
a nrnvnntlvn airaln.t malarial favoraand eSDecial'
ly an ntonio in casas of gtraoral deUllty; t?rleo
per packnse, 'J.-. rente, Ask torltattlngerV Ilurba.
for aaie uy nil nrst-cians urugmiv ' , , ,
iu iimuiviiiu. j-t.'-i
CARL L. THOMAS,
Is prepared to do all kinds of plain and orna
mental T I
KALSOMINING;, PAPER HANGING,
MON WBITtSU, XTC.,"r
At ftgurea which defy all compelloo, and In tho
highem stylo bf the painter's art.
SHOP IN TIIE"PERRY HOUSE,
COKNEH OF COMUXROIAt, AYKNU8 -ND
ntuutu tixusx. , . ,
t ' CAIto, Il.U
D Sjxrr 3.1 s t s
11 UU IUIT
AT IIAKCLAYS' DUUO HTOIIE
I ! Varail KcrH-VDAiit.
MOCKING; RIRD FOOD
' ! 1 I V .
Alt, .tiADV Jioa cat wivnot't; Taotai.
GRAPE f catawpa
onAi'E ) PILLS
'II A iJ
GRAPE I cat aw
UrtAVK ) PILLS
. ixn Alt or
II E Ii M n O L I) H , M K I) I JI N RN
fresh rrtou Virht hands,
Always In stock In Inrgo supply, and for sale b
far StoU hjr Uae Ulan, Uoltle or Unison
PEXTRA PlXE COLOOXEJ
Genuine Imi-okted Extract ;
MtrTlAirt, Tooth and Nail Buushks;
tSTlnvix RuitUKK Nursery Goo.'
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
licit grades in largo stock and va
riety, Yfry cheap;
Full Line of Colors,
bar ad tx oil)
ralnt'llruahes. Linseed Oil,
Whib-waah H Allhcs, Turpentine,
Varnlche Ete. etc.,
ALL K1XDS AD irAVHtb gtUHIlM
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
Hi: Kill A. NTH,
DE AIDERS 'IN FLOXJR ;
' ' And Agents, or
U :.. -
, i ..(-'
4Uln Itlvi-r nnil Kannulin
i 7.0 . Ohio "Levee,
. Eh, PORADO
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
t JOHN ' OATEN, Proprietor.
100 Commercial .Avenue,! CAIRO,, 1LL1NOI8
,TILLIAnD saloon rurnisneu wnn tno i n ui
K table i and bar iiupplled with wines, linuow
, : i-ITZdEIALD'S
';r. raarloetttts Ht. nuU Cow
) aerclMl Avcune. '
FlTZaERALD'S Hample Itooms aro ftockBU
with puro imported wines, liquors n?cl.
and are 'dispensed from lho bat n flrst-o s
atylo.i Thcii is no belter.Mitabllahracnt InBoutl
ern Illinois, and none better1 stocked.' Call anu
teat the various brands ol winca ond llciuors.
JOHN HYLAND'S SALOON,
Corner Tcutu Ntrcol and Comiucrclnl
iiihtlulbe , VanU wlllbe" ttoiid to In n man
thcui.t All the" "t'?'' hi. i nuors
IliVTtaltM .linnlil tint lllll U CUl C"U TU'Wj
,b prmttng ome.-"rnil 10 r dnr
Ut oHoik to rerj lo T,e'
. . .
W. W. THORNTON,
blinds, -window glass,
.IjA-THC A.3STZD XjUnvEBEie
Office'on Tenth St.,
Ilrlstrcti 4'niniiirrrlnl iul Wnaliliiarfoii
At en urn.
Am.!iI?,'')rt.Rk .H1"' V"- fiompany'-.
-tv. Hheath n ; Pell and CjuarttCeniDM.
and ""piufeii iwonng alwayi on
HARD and SOFI LUMBER
ot every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
. Furnished on shortest notlcp.
Comuicrcial-avybct. 10th and llth-sts.,
COAI. AND WOOD.
WOOD AND COAL
SI. WARD is pre)re.l lo deliver lho besl
A.' . t ire vtoo.j anu ntono vou
IN ANY PART OF THE CITY,
And in any quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at $1.00 ter ton
OFKICK Over Iterrwart. Orth A Co.'a stove J
two doors above the corner of Kighth street ami
dirninernial avenue. derail
DOUBLE-ACTINtf WINDOW LOCK!
hansel's patent the only reliaiilkJ
WINDOW FAST OUT.
1- a . .
.0 2 .,!
UERLIZHEIMER & CAHN,
Holo owners of tho Territories of the States ol
Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa, and
Agents for other Stales.
General Office 00 "W ashinoton-st,
MRS. M. S WANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
TjADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Coriiiucrrlnl Avt-nisc, opposite Elliot
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
;Mado to order, or Ready-Modo.
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladles
Hats and Bonnets of tuo latest, siyics
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS. C. McGrEE,
EIOHTU 8TIIEET, BETWEEN WASniN0T0(
AND COMMERCIAL AYEu,
Has just received a full and splondid lino of
Dross trimming., silk gimps, BjlMJb"l,Sn!
ouro laces, moss irimnnugs, '"r;;-- vpi.
Si Ut nnd velvet buttons, plonJ 'r'S5 lSf' an.
vet, ht and bonnets, tlno kid gloves. Ia4ie an..
chi drens' siioeB, nno a tun una rv" -
Millinory and Fancy Goods
All of which sho proposes to sell at
THE VERY LOWEST CASH PRICES
The Illinois Central Hall Road Company norf
onorU We tho following iloaerlbed loistn Pirsf
Addition to trio City of Cnuo, Mst
,l 6 KS " ! 81,
" a ' Bi " at ' w,
ii gj ii " Ul &4.
For terms, ek., apply to JAJIE8 JOUNSO.V,