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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY JULY ,30 1871.
UUOCKUlTM AWD IHV nnD.
WILLIAM KLUOK,
FAMILY GjVoCKlUJ',
JiOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOKS,
UT ASP CAS, KTC,
i,,KU.K FOR CASH VKItY CHKAP
Mluidiil " Oreeerlees
I . KVEK SIXTH-ST-ASD OiMMER-C1AI-AV,
oaiml iuj.voi.
CAIRO CITY COAL
rafted Horn of news nro to bo rtnlls for
7iorl nnd carriages, no tlmt thi'o may bo
shalteicd from I'm nnd rn'n. Thoro will
bo twenty-four (if thnn stall', Pitch stnll to
bo cut-rid l.v nil nrcli of ornnmonlfd ma-
soon t (Jiir lo open "r niut. uone-
qupiiti.v. the outs. do liim ,.r tiio church will
have n' fonmdab.o port-holed look, like a
mr-.n-of-Mar.
'I lwrn i to In- no slecplo f n the church
iniTPlV UCTHUfO no prCll(HI I1S0 mil l0
made r( if.
There it to bo no bell, broui'o My Ig
noraniu knows what tin it church survlco
l--rfii 1tli.ut thtf mJii'Tatlnc nuisance.
Iim xpl.-iiirition ofthi rwnark, I will state
that at i dm i fuller in uio vicinity nu
under ihf dli incline ouncor pi tliirtcc
chitrrl i H. Nil of whom i that right?)
clamor m otico, nnd no tuo in accord. A
larie part i.f inv mot v.tluablo tunc ij ta
krii up i' -l tiring cruel and unusual suf-
fri-. nit in fancy. Inflicting them upon
j mose i ..-ringers, ana having a good
: iitn.
The Hvohd. Uilldinc l to bo less lofty
thaa the church : it to be built right
againtt tfce rear of It, at.d communicate
witSi it t r a dovr. On the first rfoor will
b tfcnr di'tinc: SunJjr tchool room
all la?v I tit onecvmiite.-s.bly larger than
ihecAsW two. Tho undy tchool con
&evtd w::b Mr. iteccaer church ha al
ways t.n a -cradeJ one, and each do
pirtrrx'. f.ngiitiriy tnorougb in tu grade
1. ,.niTi.ii nrni! 'iirwn v V
qndUtj st
I'ITT?Bn!C AXD ILL1X01
OOA
a'M.Nr.I Int. Mf nuUldf
J Xl'l'A.. m i Hit lnu Turd Imli-i
Jl-iih. iiflim, 71 infil.t
tin
tCuurie. Tiniul, "'ill eim'V( irriinilR iitlcnliHt.
villi nimnir iu limit nriilj
THE BULLETIN.
J IhN n. (Illtna.l.. linnm. in limumir.i.
3ni!U.; in nil Jun. Jiiii.i.irrH.
lluv ttmtl. Irt niniiTT ii
I Mil 1HMT IA' mTtlfl. lMllYltll"l fl" ''
Iiik niiinll. In nult -
"Tnii nmii!iu....... .IV V'
he monlln. -
liuf vait - "
ff laitrwSHji : th puptlwinj hti adraocc-
i3fai iicatr grauw iv narj-won prots
acy, rxt by were added years. The
Urrt of the thre comirtmnt will b
f at .c main oaacay f cnooi room, anu
ir lae uav erentnc lecture.
TJe w hoi upper :ry of thli largi
baildlsc will lie well lighted and Tcntilla
:4. )sd vXvopKvI wbily a a play-rcotn
f.c tVe cbiklree f the ch'urv'b, and'it will
juii cret isd if kvme to them through
viA Jvi. Therein dll il wfth
U)ir rJiytiiiaci at tSwy cbve. and bc
aVt faraubt! w.lb durabbellf,
MTi. rwliTiC-krsM iri i" och mt
rf u tti-.4rti"dcV. ;t The lie U to
mwl t i bii Jct i uh only
uiitlr l3c. f--y cse, rather
l i ijitnC ii4i or i r:.oa.
s Tin iiu.- J.k.JiiS v,.. U 1 lofty
' ill :! MtP'i il v.V ii. M tit rcf of
lb Mt.v4. uvi ewminciDOit v;thit by
! i Aim: r d.K-ir. 5t vii; 'Mii.ii: ef lire
i.tTM L."Lt tbf :vc :i.Jiag, it
v. ft pMiu6rti'ly rrf-osi. Oic tie j
t-K in;.: y.l t Vti ttureb rurlers."
vlmri iw ihui. rat rt.Yxririci ifo3
irr (uiiirriiTi-Viiiiii l' bui Oa the
tumi' tin, u3 -fpee.a c M tif pirJors.
v ' Vt i. rwiefUL-'L-fi;in. tf'i j.1s-( k oir
PL.utu c ;.b.-trr a -f :.t ri-rT m no
ji t f-w u tbe cturt t iti r. lijirtbip, list to
if'iri btiJy. just a if th j'TW'fist library of
K' 'Bwtitr f churtb uia Xt Jitriiiei
i.rr wnrt rneaBTejT uvi wnrt 4H5pcatly
I nnfl rriAufuii? af-friS U.i.i. iluf oin'. Alfio,
or ihii iioii: Mti c.itiimtjnicutiiic '
r.'itJj ilic riwiori, v.i !( i'l.i it rrt its'
(tilth liulilml u Jrti: ii AV.i.1mi 'til
Tti cuoi imir0j liaJ3lrwrtllwlflfMtll0,
tiun Ia oiUr;w7Tni.ta'ilfUliiMiiS'MjWn. Uimma
i uii.'fitru' y'l. rviU, W' tmtit mt
tttt i-liirf uii. utrromnr. crrciXtlviM U' j!!1
Ib iM'fll U yialrwwHO' utttfi rairr am
"ii in)..i..'.j'. wKnnw jntr.j.BTiis.
Jiim It it t. iim rntl tlw !'
,:i:.iimi piiv 0' tlf V.m uir Mollotni I
Ixt yr uMh. nwo .'. Utr riffll
flluilllTI II. OUttWrii ItlUMMa
lot, fo to frock, no clianeo being given
for member-, to r.irn either glory or
fhnme by their rc-ponscs to the pastors
nppcal. The end justifies the mcann,
liowcvcr, for moro than the needed
amount was promptly subscribed, nnd
Hceclier's clmrch of the futuro will be
built nt once.
It must be confessed that the plan
contains Bomo good as well aj novel
features, and if the building shall
prove to be a correct symbol of the spirit
of the congregation, it will doubtless
work out good results. We like, es
pecially, tho appliances intended to
strip the church of its associations of
terror and weariness to tho young
miud. The uuniorous' and wide-open
door of the projected edifice, also
if they are meant to attract the poor of :
mis worm to a sanctnary where love
shall disfolvR all class distinctions, and
where no foolish display of pride and
fine clothes shall stun the unfamiliar
eye of poverty will teach a lesson
which many other churches may take
to heart. On the whole, in these days
of social experiments, the practical
working or this Eltuira effort to social
ire religion may well be watched with
interest.
REMARKABLE SURGICAL OPERA
IIUii
SOUTHERN' ILLINOIS NEWS.
(Gathered from car exchange.)
JACKSOX COUNTY.
The fint Lutheran church of Mur-
pbysboro was dedicated on lait Sunday.
i.er. rraneii Springer of fcpnngfleld,
delivering the dedicatory icrmon.
A fire Sn Grand Tower, on Sunday
but, destroyed tver&l frame bnildlngi
fronting the river, lodge property belong,
ing to tie Good Templar, turgkal initru.
menu of Dr. Rogr., and other property,
The re t Mi.vtd to have been the work
:aa tneeadiarv.
The Mnrphyiboro Argut iay :
The eacine hoaic of ihait No. 1 w
iMOvered'to be on fire about 3 o'eloet. on
Moadar norma? ItlL and before mffieient
force orcld 1 rauitsrod toethor. the
boufe uriti til iu urrounding buildingi
"kJ coatuaed. The most valuabla cn
giae Uloaging lo the work, and all the.
liulilml u Jrti: ii JhLlcm ' mx i"" caiuery was louiiy aeitroyeu.
?-ii.-ii4f - hut mil fint TiiK-L Muu.piiTM.caoo!ioMMiiai won:
tiiiticitK iMtutE .Miff upphrun Mnre.c the a".'"'."' emwn preparatory to
imuleuL ni tin iuiiicecutia Tin aet n
The lost
troruac more extentive work
it MtiiruU.J at $S0,COi).
UNION COUNTY,
j A csUloce if being built in Dongo-
j There i a lull in the fruit trade of
iCobdua tie tarly crop if about gathered
I unC tlit 3u.t one not fairlv commenced.
Ft J'Ttxiltnl, ilSTi',
it. moiRHTm,
ii' v.'Kfu.sui:;.
bitilltH U. tin UWliliiU il'' Ui' WtttiHItlt ilttli-
i-mtltt xanmiiUi'ii.
"1.. rn V.nilrtoittHHMi'ir lw.)lu ,;
lit. return i. rninMlilf mil! iiiiliif-
Hiunui MiC xoiitiililt. fu; riiusni. Jlut
limmliiiTF of till eDiirruriitiiitifr lu.vi jk rfofc
lmtlmip fuoilitiua. liutl'iiri nni i.lili ti'jii.y
for tliuni ut tin burlior-ihiipi; v.itlimu lnui
uip tin' eniicnsc urn: "villi. Iusiitiiuh Imtii
ir n tlimp tiint ui: oivili:.H(. liHinp j-Tuir.ly
en inv ami ilunvc iiedttlitiil twnuUt tron'i.
Tin chiucii btilldmr uri tf Ih- lioatnil by
! iteani. anil coiueuitl tin- vatlf stenm
cai u vo-r jmhciouii iitilixed n. tiiuipn- Tin- ,1oaloro Gazette lay :
CTT U,U"ro0nM. , V 'Mn ,0! mt "On Sunday -SVcitorn Saratoga,
tMlhTMB. pmei, .1 taw- rvall Uf lhc intg0 tWHiOTT ?rtrao dwelling of iiV-
n J,y '. roai V"y" w 4covorcd to bo on tiro
itiBd. ttait- or other., hveii t- oo... d Rlon f,a. mitire XaMnS, with moit of
Uh- buMriw? onu4Uo, wtni liwvt- .- , y 31.000, and ,w mhuranco; cauoPof the
iinoienlwneil in their repett; ba: 1 xot jjro unknotrn '
iiolil of it miJ iroui a. weuttirr ol tliet i
wmBiitti. too ami I IleiI ratUr psrt with 1 JOHNSON COUNTY.
w... m n. ii -u illli -No clue to tb,. Mrrv nur.ror.
it. 'J?(' Iwliiriwni- ;m umiu'tioi.iblv to I
lie biilll. ;iml wiiy not lli It 7
In tlii' wontl Story of thif third biiililmp tio
wll. x tiif purtiiaiiuitt Iniiiit of tl'"flliiircV. .
inwtiuiinry i, tiih wii.' (.untwilltiy iuoK
i nli'ir tliciiioor mill of tin; eliureh tiUu
ii : oi iuupii: nntl liviiip ruuu lur tin
-In
;'.'U.
A'limim. they write their election
iifji- iui: u nuir 'lic.iu,tinn Ui ti.ktittiilt! ;jniinn ior jiim;r ( lor tint vil t
I . . . i ! o... VI- 1 .1 1 1 .1 !.
wiiiji. .m mrwilr liuiuillt: lllii; VMllll
t.iir f. "1111111 H rroM (.' iiituto -ii tiihir limn.
wiwiwn' hi tiif iUisUiitlhii' ittiiiunifmt
a Am 'inu. jmMtoj, vou. rir ;,(
Bit tnliiM- mid niorv ofli';iii: ii, ,uol
livery tvwmbJp in Johmon county
iiu n jioti-'jlJlcje.
Applet, jvo'-aUiei aiM pe&chss arn now
bold in tb Vienna market at o0c a buihol.
pi- Jt it Ulicved that the largeit crop of
r.
Iwiilv littttk. lieltftrrit it' 'D
itvtt,'tr usm;:
! m lli',wuimtittlniei)ilimUimlllii
l4t 111 ' till IlllllllU. .iflM. 11. Ill 1..1
i-s H-nini li.mii' niiti liar li luir'ili.wn i, ' W0 lukuii umi
ti I'M iJWBHt. rlltl
u. iiu ii-iul. "Viwl id
II till' tin miln ,l UUl
" "I "I"'" "til illllMIIW '"(.lllllwuim. tttuit
I' ill ii.i Iiihii. iiiiitin 1 Tii.m- ww liuvi
iipuntm pruniMM ami piv. ti.un tlioir un- 1 ,, -ou"ij n
div.UHd cur.' (.U. t,f IW i,n tv be "VW ,a ll 2t,'J''
.lift rouiiii tf (lo hum 8.- pulinion iiitirm- A tw pot ofllee, to be known tc pre.
it iu-imn niiloriuiiiiiitt in fjikuMvi vi
vUuritv 1 Ovbtikwi .vutity.
or two I
BIIWi-BBW 101 IIU Ullll V liltal' llUllit V 11 1
not niuvt tliun ti. Iiu oil u JtM viiildnii-
I JMIi IIHtWIl lij ' ""' ik- VMiatriiiu
I""1" (lititii HVtaill il luiLVUlt ttlUlll tV lilt IIUllllV
.i 1 U it rr ..ltilE i I.,. ...... I .j ...1 .. .
-The iKjiiWfctlfcr tt YSeiina rectivn
-ii
.T-rr'tt wtaiwiKo. m.C t. imlf i. dvMUirwAiW , Ul" awiSh to pay
immi Inn li..- mm), iiw I,,,,,,, ,. vntic-dlmir.-. ui, whuul. 'J'lif v litcr-buii ; bbo L)t carrying trjttr U) lit CvMU
inn- ullii it.iiii iiiimh nni, uiiim i ,i . , ' , .""v"6 "v
1 ' u ii llw: liny lim. Iiiio iluwi" tlit ' ,,Hl,' "t l","iH 0ltun, tlifl tivv-
im ii ifi- roijoiimii mm ihm, ii.nB(j ; ur out uf urntii'. yBrt ,i!" tbi imuurteu.
I HHit; m uwy .itMit. tv bv l,ttit iiufl drivwi
. j y kjuuiVttr, ntitl iwid wuully for i'u iu
r '.II.ITW! IIIOIKt l t,,',f wr Mii vs..
h 1 tw.ii.t! '.ni t in, ....LUh.
lit 'i rtufi !' tin tiututtiie LuiH.1.-1 UH'ul ,l'? '' itumli w, indwod,
. l uxirw id uUhi-'I oJ M.tJ? T..k tU. , t(f u w tXifa AaidSiua-j
- t ii'it;'.ul.nrH.rftH tr hotfi ' 1 u '''! n I uib l.Hein-u, i.wj
t Art'VHqc rwuif u! wlfjUii-
i
li
n'Jt
f
n auiuiiUr i..i,.;ut. I., .i L1 tin- .
utttiAlac
uni vur ur il. w. . i.. . .... . . .... i
tu.uct! iw Xat Tb ui ti-Ji i ' . uV-u'f M'1, "
, . 4 J t" tb,r.. jr.wr i itc4 wfniu. Vt'bv
t -Anvr-rti .larwtat'f WatiMMt it liw . t-ttivubt ul lL uunji
t i -t itti iiu . 4m tf tfU. rrnj-M.t Utfwjv1? It 1 ''u pryJiiigorfculfii;. Nop4rtb;u)ar
vi w tvtv v,r W9 uni i , u n ui ;u.jf.i'rr wcru yivii, iir. Ueaty
awn' t e4 jvl y libjLttfi Milh iu! i.r. (. !..., ..in . I... ...i
... tl.l l. . , lllVII IIU1JU.1. Bll'i HO.
tviwv If rtt.U-J .4 Unim-M A';.i , . . . .
mm the tidv wiilk, wblvb tb Vitj:it peo
ple wunl liitu to do.
KKANKMN Wt'NTV.
A Jiorkt, M'yflgiug to Mr. Henry
J'.w1vi.'ij. living near MnrpbyiUiro, wai
Vtti frwtu tlt ovttitr't itabl; a fw day,
no. Tbe Jjort-e it n torrtl, Cftwn and a
btlf ballot bijb, b-tli bind ffeJrt wblUf,
uitb a little whit, iu the furibn', and It
ivvutvigbl ytr olJ.
TAi HitiUju Maivliird iy! "Janiu
Ity.a wtll.l-.j9vr;i aii-n of thl county,
fWfivJ k tt.trram on Hit unlay lt, in
fvrwiii;; him that bit ton, liicbard licaty,
ho tiM'y'.'fl fu llie ntibf hixJ of .lack.
tvtirill, Iu tbli Hate, baJ bn munlercd
'-"' I -uJW rfct abubk v tlb
' j,jlalMI,c unci
It M1 t-lnti-
i i c Aj ttJ tU, tlM.
1. ket Tlrtt,.!. K ,fUtilk.wH
"'gic tiA lill-iif,d.
1 ;.. of Klr,ii,S) Nw.Yifc.
. lun. ,, t, vmeiou rojrtr of
i-wiifct! tuternrike tmU hirnH
on oath thu hit .tory U neither a hoar
iK.r a joke we are encouraged lo male-
.-qMaeu f,om hi de..-ribtioii of
tin
in
'new -li..
Tim
V'turfc" , church-build.
purl or Mark',, art-l(. .
tbr... ni.,,1.4 A,VuU,"l0,'!
npiurf, orii.tiitnied wit), ntiU I? ..?!!"1
Hiailn tm win i, ii, J.i.,,1. i - ii !
nnd ventilation. T,,, Xi ,V
elreulur-.n ainphUlifalte. htt, .1 .....
ary pattern of an opera bmte,wUbouw. I'
m , " 1 lrtSna.'Mbini.lctpi)0r
On one Mdo (or one end, if you Uoo,) lV" fatW i.f 'l " ,
will bo an ainplu raUed libitiorin Inr .L tliuir inoit.... 1
inlnUter, thu roar Imlf uf which will bo oc
cupied tij an oruanHiid tliecliolr. Itefon,
thu inlnUter will bo tlio circling iiinphi
theatre of pew, tho flrti tlflrty or forlv on
the loval floor, nnd the next rUing in grad
uattJ lUn to tlio whIIi. Tho uuU on tho
levni noir wni lo occuplo.il bv tliU nL'od
and iiiliriii, who can vivr J0 clm?c)l
Ihrough a hall undi r U M,Cuker'i plat
form without climbing any stulr, Thu
people occupying tho mWl tlun CD.
tor by a doion door oponlng Into tho
church from a lobby like nn optirabouto
iobbv. and decnd the Tftrioui aldm to
tbeir nlaioi. ' In caieof fire or oarlbnu&Vci.
lbe numeroui exit will bo convenient
and tauftil.
No ipaec, li to )nl waited. Under the
tJ AX t. biV
..... .
uMiwivxt 'Jt la .wt.jj.i vitUvai auo ti li I
ia& v vwi (t.; .4,,.i, .tim.J. 5.W, iul
15 . O - l lUVHtHrtHititt wiiflki v.. tkiMr,
H M l.l--4 HA4 trv4 UWTMIt
U.U tfc tUtf, tV . -!... ivt. It.:
w. tj,?a ., iiimiM iu
liUl ('.lu-Ak k'-t .! ,. XM 'i
tt iniwM vm Uky imr, bkre
It in twi .., aJ,,m y, mi f.tc,
... ci 7 i. -yr 4(.M tfcMfeh orin
pr4t.nt -. ftutptf klwayt di.
u-rnab: -a ui,1(il(( fjHlar of Uih
consrikUta k, k ttnAiy and tb making
ot thftt-Lur.h a t on.. V.a n: it in Om
tilav ro..i, tl,i, librar, thu parlor, tho
om ul, uio innirnary it u (jrnrywliore. It
it tho irntt central. ri.l..,-. i,Uf. 'V,. .....
tlroly coriiummato iuU, a thing would be
uiiiwixiuiu wini nearly any othi-r rongro-
kiiviuii in inu union i,m uftr ,i ,.,.,.
''ur ot mouldifiL' mid li-:i.l,lr,.. M.
iineciior lmi mailo It wlinl v .,,...,1.1, i
i .. . 7., V. ' .....I
.iuiiii wnii nut nrio. h u ..i
too fur to (uy that ho
Tir.rnili. nrifl ill i V,n..,l,
i
. T. uut,",H -Mr. lIceclier'H
r. ,oare.,,tectraUy tb,.,, i its flnil
chureU is nut three hui,.lr,.,i .. .., ,:r...
btrong and il,)0,s ,,ot coInpmo,,u)rutllJ1
an union men who can rtrioitu i...
....1I...1 !.!. 1 , . i . "J "
waimu nun. i ct mo only means tsiU
to ran-o tlic $30,000 needed, was
printed circular tent to each
--.ty -ntt
t.r.
I'Kltl'.V (MUSTY.
frjowl ii paid
lor
tiWt Uri dollar bilh aro In tlr-
Mi.lH iu (ft HilAll,
TKjj prtikyUrrian church In I)u Ouoln
t Wiij v.iitiiusUly rupalr'y).
- im i-in arnniiriii:iiu oi Ja tuoifi
nini to ctslobrato Nrgoly the 4th of
.Mjgmt, emancipation day.
-Mr. Honry Hougort h to lay the foun
if. it.... ,.ri... ti....... ...i .ii . ii
..i..m ii, ,j .fii.i,iii nwi tuii rouow a
nw building, in I'incknoy villu.
on. maiiv HArronn, of cai no, at iiiucsi.At;
iJtlTICUI.TSUKOICAt, Ol'KIIATlOy IU
MOVAI. or A TUMOIt VKOM TUB AIIDOMI.V
A I. OAVITT.
(Eitwl from n prlrritn leller wrlliPn by Jry
J, Hntliir.l, M. JJ,, ililc.l llrealau, (Icrninny, July
,....
Of all my htiropoan dayt tbU will cer
talnlv be chronicled ni tho mot momo-
rable. Tho perilling' Operation wliUh
mentioned to you In my lait lettor took
place thl foronoon, I shall take it for
granted that th6 case will interiwt you,
tlnce it If ono ol such importance to mo,
Tho woman ti thirty-ono years of ago.
Aftor a ovcro fever of nomo wcoks, a
year anu a nan ,incc, sno oosorveu a
imall sized tumor in tho riglit abdominal
region, which hai itcadlly Incrcasod.in
(l.c, and of late hat interfered with her
work, and ho liai felt hcnolf growing
weak. At thorc it but ono chanco of per
manent euro (by removal of the tumor)
alio desired it removed, although wo told
her frankly of tho dangers and doubts
alwayi attending the operation. Sho was
chloroformed. I had throe doctors to asilit
tnc and two trained nurieJ,and flrtt a punc
turo was made to mako it turo by examin
ation of tho fluid, if It bo an ovarian tu
mor or ascites (an accumulation of fluid
in tho abdominal cavity). It proved
tho former, In accordance with
the diagnosis. I proceeded to mako
tho operation by a cut through tho skin
in tho central lino of tho abdomen, and
then lino by lino prepared upon a grooved
round, deeper and deeper through tho
various layers, fat, muscle, and perito
neum till tho tenso blue, whito mombrano
of tho cyst camo to vlow. I had mado
an opening only large enough to admit the
hand, which after having been dipped in
hot water, I Introduced Into the abdominal
cavity to find tho tumor attached, as if by
a net-work of fino fibers in every direction
to tho peritoneum and to tho mcsonterlum.
Host of the adhesions wcro easily separa
ted, except those connected with the mcien
tcrium, and these, owing to their abun
dant blood vessels had to be llgated and
then cut. When the tumor was made froe
punctured It, having previously only
drawn enough fluid to tost the nature of it
as it proved lo bo a double chambered
cyst, when ono chamber was emptied with
out withdrawing tho trocar I punctured
tho second, and In alt at least flvo quarts
of fluid wero discharged, and then without
having to enlarge tho cut as It Is often tho
case, I seized upon the flabby sack and
pulled it forth from tho abdominal cavity
till I came to its attachment with tho
broad band of the uterus. Tho stylo was
too short to fasten in a clamp and leave
out side of tho wound but was ligated
and severed and all of the disturbed
organs were replaced, all points of ad
hesion wero carefully oxamined to see
that there was no bleeding, the abdomin
al cavity was sponged nnd freed from Its
bloody perous accumulated fluid, then
closed with soven sutures. We laid tho
patient immediately in n warm bed with
bottles of warm water to her foct, laid
upon the wound a layer of cotton batting
and bandaged her In flannel. Tho
pulse was CO, and she awoke from her
chloroform sleep qulto astonished that all
was finished. The operation lasted ono
hour and a quarter.
I received warm congratulations from
the doctors present for tho success with
which I mado tho operation. Dr. P. was 1
kind enough, to say that it could not have
been done better by anyone, and so rest
ing upon his good opinion of tlio opera
tion I shall not feel that any error of mine
cauied it, if she docs not recover, and if
close attention, will save her, then she if
safe, for I shall watch her every symptom
with the greatest care. I have been to seo
her now, two hours after the operation,
ber pulse Ii'fsO, she is in a profuse perspir
ation, which h comSJered very favorable.
She lie quietly and doei not complain of
piin and now all that remains to bo done
is to wait and watch and hopo for the
U-tt. It seems nothing short of a miracle
that it is pvsi1blo for one to recover after
such a fcarful operation. Whore ono brings
to view and to touch thoio delicately
formed and skillfully placed internal or-
gam, it nc.'iiH as if naturo rites above it-
wlf when it is able to withstand so direct
an insult upon its Intricate machinery.
fashion imEvrriE&
-Our grundmotliers' lace collars aro in
faihlon.
lilack grenadine is a failiionable ma
terial for afurnoou toilets.
White breakfast robes aro profusely
I embroidered with black braid
White muilin or tullo Is tlfo fashion
able material for evening dresses.
Pearl juwolry is very much in fashion
thli season, especially jitarl neckluccs.
-Crinoline very universally worn this
year and has increased very much in
tlr.e.
Light-colored silks nro much In favor
for afternoon or ovcnlng dresses, especi
ally blue and lilac.
Fashionable colors for summer gloves
I'utty color, strawberries and croam
color, tea rose, primrose, mile tan. and
rnri color.
Wido hemstitched handkerchief aro
AS A MOTllJtn-IN-LAW.
As a mother-in-law Queen Vlcloila is
not nmlnblo. visited tlio other day by
lift... I.Ml." i. n1 lila wlfn tin- .1 a. ...1.1...
wui .ii.. ..... ....... uauf;.iiuii
alio took pains to ovoid tbtmii Sho oilorcd
thorn no courtocics whatovor, nnd thny
woro obliged to choose botWedn coin,.: tt
a hotel and accepting tho hospitality of
tho Gorman ministor in London. "What
is tho matter 7" ask tho JiOndoncrs. "Oocs
tho Ouoan still resent tho Intorforoncn of
cortflln parties in llorlln In tho mattors of
llio.marrlago notwoon uioj rincoss J.oulso
ad.tho Marquis of Lorno, or hassotnonow
causo ordliagrocmcnt arison oetwson moth
or nnd dailuhtor, orbotweon molbor-ln-law
and son-in-law'" However, thoy' ware
- II At.- 1.. - - f I 1
won rocoivcu uy mo ucnnu anu rs goou
manv othors. "l'iccadllly,' the London
correHpondont of tho ll'orW, writes tindur
date July 7 i
Tho Prince and Prlncosi arrived at
Grnvcsoiid vestcrday at 6 o'clooki In thri
yacht Victoria and Albort, which brought
thorn from Oslond. Thoy woro met by.
Count iiornstroff and his attaches. J,ir,l
Sidney, Jird Fltzroy and Coh Du Plat;
and thoy landed amid tho noiso of a sal u to
from a itussian corvotto which1 was lying
In tho harbor, and from tho guns of tho
batteries on tlio shoro and tho choori of n
crowd of spoctntors. Tho royal party
camo n shoro In a plnnaco, and jumping
ashore tho I'inco extended his hand to
tho J'rinccss, who quickly followed, and
their imperial Iiizhno3S tlion stopped out
briskly, proceeded by Lord Bidnov nnd Fir.-
roy tho PrincossJIoanlng on her consort's
arm, whilo Frederic William, a sprightly
lad of cloven years, linking his arm' iiithiit
of hit mother walked fauntilyalong. Then
camo a nurso with tho baby Alice and
Heinrich, bringing up tho roar of this lit.
tie procession. At tho' embassy, whore
the royal visitors arrived at 7 o clock, n
very protty llltlo feto had been arranged
in honor of their arrival. Tho hall wart
filled with flowers and plants, and on tho
table lay n boquot for tho Princes and a
laurel reath for tho Prince. In tho house
woro the Prince and Princess of Wales ;
but thoy shortly took tholr leave, and their
Imnerial hlchnesj then went to dinner.
After dinner ICO singers from the various
Gormen musial soclotics in London, un
der the leadership of Sir Julius Benedict,
assembled on tho tcrraco in front of tho
house and sang "Dor Gosang." "An das
Vaterland," and ''Das Doutsch Lied," and
then thev presented to tho Prlnco an ad
dress, Tho same writer eayt
Tho Princo has crown sinco I last saw
him ho is 41 years old now but ho
looks every inch a soldier and a King.
The Princess, who is ten years younger,
seems to grow more and more like her
royal mother. She is Jicrioir now the
mother of six children, and has had to
bear tho sorrow of tho death of her fourth
child, who died five years ago. Some of
the papers lay that the Prlnco has come
over to(4py out tho weakness of tholand, and
to visit the field of tho "Uattlo of Dorking,"
but probably ho is on moro peace! ul
thoughts intent.
Tho "iiattlo of Dorking" business has
as much to do as anything else, probably,
with the Queen's curllshncss ; but oven
this should not induco her to sacrifice her
reputation as England's best Queen, best
widow and best mother-in-law. And Our
Fritz has certainly conducted himself as
becomes a Princo Imperial and a soldier,
however little the Queen may sympathize
with his action In the Gelid and his ambi
tion regarding the futuro.
DEATH OF THE MOTIIKK OV THE 110 If. VII.
STAKHEHT, AT THE AGE OP 102 YXAUS
Died, in Newark. New Jorsev. on the
7th af July. 1871, Mrs. Francis Finleyat
the great ago of 102 years. Her maiden
nnmo was YYinans, or tno riew jersey
family of that name, a relative to Koii
Winans, of Baltimore. She was born In
1703, and was married In 1783, to ttia into
Dr. Jonas Stanbery (who died in Zanei
villc. Ohio), and afterward to Professor
Finley, of Princeton College Hon. Wil
liam Stanbery, of Newark, Ohio, now 63
years of age, is her only surviving child,
and mado a'.visit couploof years ago. 31 rs.
Finloy was a lady of strong 'intellect and
mind, assisting Professor. Finley in his
studies. She. was personally acquainted
with General Washington, Dewlt Clinton,
Washington Irving, llobert Fulton, and
many others of tho great and distinguished
men' of her period, ncr father's bouso
was frequently the resort of Generals
of both armies In the Involution, and
sho had a vavid memory of all the stirring
events of that period in her vicinity. She
was 8 years old at tho commencement and
10 at the termination of tho war, and was
probably the last link that connected the
present with tho revolutionary history of
Nov York and vicinitv.
I'lows worked by steam, and road en- ""u) '""ro m ',llon ttnJ ro ornamon
gin will bo among tho novelties at the u" "' 1,10 centre witu initials or monog-
approachlrig statu (air In I)u Quoin. rum.
A son of Kdward V. I'oarco, aged Tho horrible French fashion of dlsfli;
nineteen yeurs, was taken nn Monday last tiring tho face with ii small patch of
irom lamaroalo tho asylum at Jackson- court plaster is bocomlng uonernl nmonrr
..in- ii. i.. . i i i - ..- . -
viih;. iiu nat noun iniano ior two vcars.
-Mr. John W. Trover, formerly of
Cairo, has bought tho town projicrlyof Mr.
Wm. Wilson, of Pincknoyvlllo. Mr. Tro-
ver will establish n bank its I'incknoy villo,
Tho citizens of Dn Quoin will bo com-
pullod to turn their residences into hotels
whilo tho ntuto fair is held. Tho hotels
proper aro not largo nor numerous enough
to accommodate tho crowd expected.
mumbur
kiiighiiii to respond and statu in tlio
fctrictus cuiifldeiico, how much ho felt
iucliiied to afford iu aid of tho project.
I He coulralmtioiih wero made, by bul-
Ollll.llllK.N'rt C01.HS.
1 hn following Is un cxcollenUniid safo
mmiiilyj TaUo onions, ilico thin, and
priiiklo loaf sugar thickly over thuin;
put in tho ovon, and slminor until tho
juico is thoroughly mixed with tho aunnr
It makes u tblclc syrup, very nice. Give
u icaspdonful aa looms to bo needed.
or five times a day.
e
four
fuslilnnable bollos
Quoon Mary shoes have a wido sllvor
buckle, high, flat lied and wido black silk
bow ut the Instep. Thoso who wear them
generally fall down stairs.
Aiu main in the moknimi.
tiio w so liouEOKcoucr tiiiouia sco to it
that all the bods should bo aired immedia
tely after bo nc occupied. Tho mnurl
ties which emanate from the human Lodv
i ... i 1 1 ...
irom insonsiuio pompirnuon, nro mauo
upofmlnuto atoms, which, if allowed to
remain long, aro absordod by the bod, nnd
win men. to a ureator or icss extent.
vitiate the air for a considorablo time
afterward. Let tho occupant throw tho
bod open on rising, and as soon as is
convontonv open the windows and vontll
aio sno siocping room. Una hour's early
ventilation is worth two hours1 laU
airing
THE BRITISH THROVE,
(y'rorn the Toronto Lea.ler.)
3!r. Tho3. Hughes entertains tho notion
that tho death of Queen Victoria would
endanger tho ixlstenco of tho British
throne, and n great many people fancy
she will be the last of tljo British sover
eigns. But then nobody can tell how long
a timo may elapse befaro her majesty
shufllcs on" this mortal coil. A recent
writer mentions ;thls rather startling
circumstance that, if she lives as long as
her grandfather, George III., her reign
will extend Into tho twentieth century;
and if she should bo as loog-llvcd as woro
all other of tho Hanoverian British
sovereigns, she will bo On the throno long
after tlio greater part of the prcsont
generation has passed away. Sno has
worn the crown for thirty-lour yearr, but
sho is vet only 52 years of age. Hor
grandfather departed this life In his 82nd
year, anu in uio sixticiu year oi ins
reign the longest reign in English histo
ry; and if sho should livo and reign for an
equal length of timo, sho will bo on tho
tnrono in tno year juui. nuo comes irom
a lonc-llvcd family, as may bo seen by tho
years of tho four Goorgos ' nnd Willllara
IV. As nobody proposes' to broak down
tho throno whilo sho fills It, tho question
of British royalty must bo left to tho
democracy of tho twonticth century per
haps. 7'oronfo ljtaacr.
A MUUDEROUH AHNIVERSAnV.
(Krom tho New Tork Kxpress.)
Bv the Jewish calandor, July 21 was
the annlvorsary of tho day on which, by a
most horrible muruor, was taken away
ono of tho best anu most oonovoieni mem
bers of tho Jewish community. The syna-
l'ol'uo of Mount binat Hospital, the Instl
tution Willi wnicu Air. uonjamin naiuan
was indontified, and to which ho dovotod
all his onorcles in tho capacity of prcsl
dent, will to-day honor his memory by
nravors ana porunps uy un . nauress.' -;x no
iniinWnr f llonliimln Nathan still keen
tho socrot of his foul deod, despite all tho
olTortslof tho authorities and of friends
to discover tho author; ' It 'must beo
most hardonod conscience which canfeom-
pbsedly keep such a secret. Xho public
Slaco of tho murder, tho poople In tho
wolllnc-. tho audacity of tho act, tho
character of the excollont man takon off
all knnn tho event fresh In tho nubile
mind, and will until thero is a revelation
of tho fact as to who committed tho mur.
dor.
Choice Woitps. Cherish thy mothor
brief norchanco tho time may bo that sho
will claim tho caro sho gavo J post aro hor
iiopos or youtn, nor harvest prime ot joy
on earth, hor friends aru In tho crave, but
for hor children she could lay .her heart
gladly to roil among uio cnerisnoa uoaa
i mothor mine, Brant 1 ne'er foreot. what
ever bo myRrlef7or what roy Joy, the
unmeasured, unoxtlneulshablo dobt'L ows
thy love i but mako my sweet employ ever,'
through my remaining days, to bo lo thoo
as milium as ioou wen to me. isttMme.
He. per
A FORTUNE WKH. SPENT. ,C1 W
From the Courier Journal.)
Asa Packer, of Mauch Chunk, 1' St. Louis
"ylvanln. bns mado a uvcry largo forth about
among tho coal mlnos of that Stnle, at, to lr,e
following tho oxamplo of the lute Oeoi.' , '
ucn!!$yi ,,?., making an cxccllont uo o?'"'
It whilo ho lives. In 1800 ho found thole- Sn
Lehlgli Unlyorslly, "n, n Polytechnic In-nco
sltiitlon, having spoclal ruroreiico to the V
mining Interests of tho coal mglons." lluf
began byan appropriation of half n mil-King
ion of dollars, tho grnator part vwhlchl
has boon cxponded I ft fcridlilg inaorim...
cent collugo buildings and handsomnrln8
houses foro tho. facullyj nnd npiy, nol
satls0d wlthj Av'l.al M f as already done Si St.
to glvo (ho 'Inslfllutloh a start," ho has lkin
mado these propositions to tho board of Ji?
iriiiis.,.. iiTiio i.,.iii..nn 1. 1.. i... i ml a
I . , v ..y m.ivii iv uw jieru-' ,
1ft6rjundor thn niiplces,'or the Poteslnht'lsrlp.
KpWcopal.Churoh. .Tho iitultlon Is to b(ld &
iiusomwiy iroo inv an tne regular olasseft80 at
Tho original chdownthfcnt ?t to Uo Iik?.,,"
oroasod by 200,000 as soon as the bonnP- '
of trustee raises 120,000. 'A'-.ld'c'1t?c',
of J260.000 will be bostowed when a aec-camo
ond 120,000 is raised by the board. t
Until tho first $125,000 Is raised, then ,iln
gonerous founder will glvo $20,000 n"
year towards the Incidental expense."
nr. l'nckor Is a member or tho Dcmocral
io party. Ho made his monv honostlv.
nnd he Is spending tt nobly.
ritlNCESi I.OUIHK NO A NO El..
(From the New York Hun.)
Tho marriago of tlio Princess Louise
with thu Marnuls of Lornu was not. mmr.
ding to lato English gossip, by any mentis
thu lovo match It lias been popularly sup.
poMcd 16 bo, and the wedded pair ure now
far from happy togother, Tho story Is,
that tho Princess inherits her mnther'n
qiuck nnd imperious temper, and the two
women nun sum rrequunt qurrels that
the peace of tho roval domestic clrcla wa
qulto destroyed. Tho marriage of the
Princcir and her residence clsuwhoro be
ing tho only resource in tho cmori'cnev. a
certain nulnbor of young noblomon wuru
edloclcd and Invited to Windsor Castle,
and tho Princes required to choose a lius
band Irom among them, hlio obeyed, and
hor choice fell on tho young "Marquis
but there was no more lovo between them
that usually attends such btislncss-liku
arrangements. The result has been, that
tho Princess' temper Is as bad as evor,
only il is exorcised on a new object. Tho
exclusion of the 3farquis from the royal
circle, and tho consequent separation ol
him from his wlfo on stato occasions, is
said to be owing lo tbcaa conjugal dill-
enco, and not to any law ol etiquette
It Is even reported that not long ago the'
Queen was sent for, and went down to
Clarmont, the rcsldcnco of tho young
couple, to prevent a corn pie to rupture.
iVll this accords so well with what is
known of tho relations between Victoria
a ud Albort that it is probably true.
ROACTINO AN ACTOR.
(Krom Don l'ialt's Capital.
Lord, how I did laugh at old Dean.
father of Julia Dean, ono night, he was
playing that funny old king to Booth's
Richard ono Infernal cold night in Buf
falo. When Booth stabbed him tho nwk-
old buffer fell flat on tho register of tho
stage. Some devil of an actor seeing this,
ran down and told tho wild Irishman at
the furnaco that every body was frtnziod
on tho itago lo rush up tho fires. Wo
who were It. tho secret watched the result.
First tho dcad.klng broke into a profused
firefpcratlon whilo Ilickardwu dollvcrlng
lis long toll Ioou v. How tho dead king
did sweat. But, as the firo incrcasd, ho
began to wiggle and squirm. Tho audience
was startled so sco the body quiver and
tho legs glvo little noil mortem kicks
not in accordance witn tnc ion. vt c
could hear him mutter to Itichardi
"Hurry up, cuss it; hurry up I Im
roasting hero I"
But IticharJ continued rolling out his
beavyjthundcr as slow and deliberately ns
if his royal highness wcro resting on n
bed of roses. At last when ho groaned
out, "Down,down to hell, andj say I sent
thoo thither" his departing majesty rose
up and walked off the stage, rubbing his
back 'as if bc.folt rcdiculous, to tbo nttcr
amazement of the audience. But Booth
was canal to tho occasion. Striking an
attitude, he roared out;
Can such things be,
And overcome us like a summer's cloud
Without our special wonder?
Dean cot a black ovo and a broken
noso while attempting to kick the Irish
man.
LUNCH BASKETS FOR TRAVELERS.
An experiment is being tried in England,
which might bo adopted hero with advan
tage W ell known caterers furnish bas
sets or an easy portable anu compact sir.e
and form, well stocked with tho materials
for a comfortable luncheon that is to say,
half a fowl, ham, bread and butter, chees,
salad, a pint of claret or other light bever-
age.plates, knives and forks, glasses, and
nankins tho prices being three shillings.
Tho baskets, which aro mado for tho pur
pose, aro provided witn every necessity
and convenience, and inside the lid is afllx-
cd a printed curd, requesting that, as.Jno
deposit is required nor chargo mado lor
tno use or tne conveniences in mo ousKets,
all tho articles will bo replaced in their
proper positions, and the baskets delivered
up cornpleto at the end of the Journey.
Tho Amorican systom of stopping fifteen
minutes for rcfreslinicnts'is eminently con
duslvo to dyspepsia, as tho food has to bo
bolted with llltlo or no must'.ciuon, and
in n great hurry. This "luuch basket
system" seems slmplo and practicable,
and wo shall be glad to learn that somo
such experiment has bpon tried In this
country, "nasty plaits of soup,'' arc
moro historical than refreshing.
tnvi.vu "si'innu" to iiabieh.
Ono of tho best known nnd successful
nlii'alpinn in .Amnrlrn. wrftAK! " KnlriLa
civon to a' baby, or, what is much tho same,
drank by tbo mothor, Is poison ior tho
body, and may Jbo tho starting of a hnbit
which leads to ruin.1'
aT Charleston as a commercial city
Is gradually rising to its old place among
exportors.- It has always boon tho great
rice market of the country. In 1800-70
its crops amounted to 41,172 tierces, nnd
this yoar It showes an Increase of 0,000
tierces ovor last year. Tho last crop gath
ered boforo tho war, was, 101,515 tierces.
Previous to tho robolllon tho flncst quality
of Carolina rico was exported to Havre
for.'raanufacturo into "rlco stones, a boauti
fal'imitation of Parian marblo, usod for
statuettes and' other ornamonts. Copen
hagen, Brpmen, and Amstordnm, and
other ports of Continental Furope, impor
ted largely of our Amorican rico. Now
our homo domand would absorb fully
100,000 tlorces. Endeavors aro being
made to introduce Chincso labor into tho
rlco swamps, but' tho best judgos say that
only nogro labor can be employod thoro
profitably1
SfW-Thoknnttv will nnoitlnn In'Gonncc-
tlcuti before roportcd, bus been s'ottlod as
ioiiows i xuo ostato is to no uiu
nine parts. Tho boy has four-nlnths, tho
mothor three-ninths, tho girl two-ninths.
Iu making this docWon tbo Judgo recom
mends that In futr wo"lcn,wA0i,
bands mako such wills should bo careful
not to produeo such uncxpoctod complica
tions. ,
as0lt Is a singular fact that tho ablest
.and most influential journals now puu-
lishod in Italy aro ounor ouiieu r
trolled by Jews. In Ilomo tho liberal
Ui.mil most read la odlt6d by ft Jew.
Tlwy domand liberty of conscience, and
siuaass mo religions qucsnona now upper
mosCltt Italy; with 'great1 intelllgonco.and
perfect freedom.
ix
Xiu
OltDINANCE NO. 120.
An nrillnnnco to nnllinritn n Riilisr rlption of lift",.
m to tho Cairo ami (ft. Louis Ilnll Itoa.l Con
i.inv.
Vi herein, by -cnotullon of Hit-1 ilt t unr f
lhc city ofCijro, aJoplo.l mi Mnrcfi n, ih,;, t
wm orilere.l;thnt aa cleollo i I IipM on Anr I ,
1W0, In tlio mural wril of Ihecliy forili.) i.ur.
I.CMinfniccrlnlnlnK tho ulnlirn ol Die toloin of
tlmcltt of Cairo In rennrd ton iiit.idiiioi, ,r
SI0i),(iii"lii tlio cittillftl Mock of Iho Cairo ami M.
Iniiiit Hail It. -td Company, an.l
Wh'tea.', nu Herllon Wa Ite-M in l.tirslinnco ( f
rw)i r. solution an.l Iho iiturn of the iwinn worn
laiilhclare the City (Jounell at a nrwcnl ineptliij.
ht-IJ on May 3rd, U'fi, from which II apicain,
that W.I votes wereeait m fvor ol mI.I u fj.cri t.
lion an.l aga nt 11, an.l thereon Iho C.ty Coun.
cil tlccUrcil BttM r-lotitin carrlo.llii f.ivuiof kki.I
mtlKcrlt.tlon, an.l Inlrncli'il Iho or.llnar.c? rom.
Mullen to prepare anil submit to ahl coun-ll lhc
mrcmary onlmnieo lo earry Iho ryult ef rani
nlfclion into IUct i an.l ...
Win rc.ii, n i.rolloital cti.itricl Un' l.n tn.
ore.l Into liHween thfrai.l Can nnl HI. I,)i
lliHroa.l Company anil reiionMr ciiniini lurn
lor llitt'ont'iiclloii of ral.l ioa., Inwil upon dm
rtllncripllonit liert'lofure niillionwl tbbnmn.le lo
Iho capital rlotk of rani company Ii) tounlirr,
rillcit cml tuHim atom Iho line of -11,1 ron,
lliert fora for tlm i.urpoo ol iritlnir elicit lo Iho
ciir.'in".l wlnh critic elector' ami tax pijem ol
I h elty, aa nnotc rcclleil,
lie it onlalncil hy Ilia Cily Council of tlio liy of
Cairo i
HLcnoRl. '1 hat Ihn Mayor of the city lie.n)i
ho hereby Ih mil lmrlr.c I ami lnlrnclel, to i-il,.
reritmon Imliallnl tlio oily of Cairo, In Uiecapijij
'Moekol llic Cairo i.mlM. IaiiiIk Itallron.l ' t ,
liAtiy, In iho ruin ot on hun.lrc.l Ihoiimin.l .lollin
I.f ul.crlpllon lo Iw pajal.ls n herelnatlei
proTl.le.l lori llmtlx.n.N ofiho city rhall lo la.
mie.l In injinent of rat.l rulxcriotlon lo luo
amount of iiitii.ty.lltn tliouon! ilollarr, In rucli
rumsjas ("aliloomtmny uiaydeilKnatc,ialdton.iilo
U-ar Interest at llie rate of eight per eent. per an.
iiiiin, and to l )al.ln In twenty yearr from
ilaUi (horror, ami Ihtttlio .Mayor of the cilr. Citr
Cleik nn.l City Comptroller be, and theyare here.
..j nuiiii'i i.t-i, un,. iiiiiuvtrii oj rin and anix tho
real ol tho city to Hip iimn, and lo delhur thn
Cranio lo n truntronr trtlrletr (o be appointed l.v
..... "'"" ... i-. nci'j ti v rai.i
huatee or trustee In panro. and to Im dcllrered
'ruin Cairo and HI. Iuis Itahroad Comntny
lon IhefollowlnKcoaditionr, ii , (hat tliotra. k
!! arMil turd lull enter Alriander county at IU
BOrthtrn limit, unon thn linn diTiillna it .,.,.,
lUnloncoiulyrnd ahall be carried upon tlm niot
lliiihlr routo totlicleiecr rurroundlni; tho cllr
ol C.lro, and '
'That the work ahull bo commenced and prore .
cntPd from (tin (It, ;.f Cairo t,T the flntt J.i "f
Notfinber 171, and he roa.-bed ahall bo com
f.letp.1 to iho count line of t'nlon county by the
irrtday ofjulr islj, Piorlded howeffr.ihal t o
bondii of lhc city ol Crlrorhall m paid In the raid
-'' Y"'"i';.j v.. mcc-uiii.ieuon or eacn nto
jlleaol thero d-lied commencinic at Cairo, raid
A Hl,.runt 'v0 J'.1'.1 ''ro. n'' l'o aniount.lono Ir
ft 'iperl''nYhiilioe.trorkto Uidone.mlhe
li rr Jl'h,J n ra .1 Alexander pntinlv. ..1,1
a
i .ajcrtalned by arnrrcy and an estimate of
(,tof the whole work in raid county."
-iiBci, inai inicreai rnaii not bejtln lo run
any of the raid bonda until Ih corniMtnr
Ui become, entitled lo recelre the ral.l
I and prov.de.l further Ihat In no care ahall
HA I? 11 W,ue.dt(rald railroa.1 company a oreaicr
ii-UlJuJln Iho bond.ol ll, city than rS,
!?.LI."?ci0't .U r,!u1' of.nl' aiomlfi; ot
ld road bed. ai aliown by thn certifled
iremeniH of the enmnr nf ..i.i ..n .
H. .J.'1 railroail rhalf hate been complete, !
ffiS"' u,rf;lu f raid .bondrnotuwlyerwi
tlilr protlrlrn rha'l b Urllyerrts to Ih
" -,vUd. and the cart run thorcon Irom Cairo
LAT
Aulr
VtJJuly 22nd, H71,
OIlIiM.J.HOW
Jolf.N ii'. UNHtiF.N, Mayor.
WLF.Y. City Clerk. ' 7
WIDINANUK. NO. 119.
S T K A M Ance to autnoriM the mbcnrtion of
I to thn Cairo and Vineennes Ilailroa.1
r """""i by an agrrement entered lot
And incutia ltallrriail (Vn
Cairo, and apnrored by the City Coun
. , ber A.th.lar.7, it ir provided (hat tin
UOmrnCTClBI-aVltlnir to I Vtuil I u.ued by the (iro
ntoVetaeen
iprnr and
.Uy Coun-
protlded (hat tho
...Hn ut hip iiro
Ber railroa.1 company to tht.t fr.r
... .Uon of that amount nould be rofd by
"'-raldcomrny, upon certain con-
urea-r.l in raid contract an.l
- - tllr understood that rai I company
axt-nd the time for the rut of
"""''Si the commencement of tliciir.
ton the ra'nn: thrrefora
M ,J7 U,,jr t:o"DCI, ( 'ho city
ttltlia Mayor of the city be, and
tthorlie.1 and lnitructe.1 to rub
i of the City of Cairo to the capi
el.Oairn Ami tinctnoea radroAil
t pi., samcf one hundred Ihcumnd
ierlptlon to be payaLle in bonds
.linaiter proTidtd for, ;ihat Urn
laad CiliCorntitroller b. and
M. WAUli 14 iir(iKiripriiedand iDlructltoluip
Hie Wwnl and r'ufaand real bondr ot Ihncjty
aabnndre.1 thousand dollar.
IN AN V PA RT iralkoad company, said bonds
IMafae said company may ile-
And Iu any nurnl y ? " Pr n'. I r
' 1 ' IjaU taenty years after tha
,c8prattcnl for (he pay.
COAL DFI I Vl-'ltr'l'fSSSSi-sniisIly onthn same;
vr'1'" nnliriJi7Suthor.il and Instruct!
Mast londrwhen prepare.!,
rrsv4y for delivery, and Is
OFF1CK 'Jfcr Heerwarrottarjto .It liter the same to
Iwodoors abose the coriicraafceaK, loan or trust com
Commercial ayenue. lsjulocald or msidlng In
r isewnere, as may m
WOOD
F.
- -raasaald Railroad cominy.
1 1 1,1, 1. lid; by raid bankln2luan or
. la. v( i(usis, i
.'in. 2. .'i. ,n',iiti railroad ctnpaay,
tvl Vinccnnci railroad has
tTTip TV "iat is to say has been put In
IiAIjIjJA Ij JUk order, from thecltyof
tity ol Vineennes, Indiana.
axd run thereon, and not be
aaaan, D raid road shall be re-
17 DI F5? PIIHVTSIll,,'r lt neat, and said
or Ufore tno firstday
,, . alotht the inler.
( oiumerrlnl Avenue, oppo .,reT01 (0 ,),tlr
and Jlayttiorn'a) shall not inuro
mny, but tho
Cairo. Illinois. .b.ieia(:iied
dehrtry lo
CLOTHING FOB LADIES' WE.v.i'idVr
'be limn
.Made ta order, or IUady.Jfa.le. 'iLl"
cx
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladies
Hats and Bonnets of tho latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS. C. McCrEE,
EIGHTH STREET, 11KTWEEN WASHIXOTON
ASH COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
Has Just receited a full and rplin lld line of
NEW GOODS
fjrets trlmmlnKS, silk glmpr, silk galoon, cub
pure laces, moss trimmings, crocket bultour,
silk and velvet buttons, plusliand trirnmlng vet
vet, hats and bonnets, flux kid klovcr, ladles aud
childrcna'ihoea, and a full and complete stock ol
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which sho proposes to sell at
THE VERY LOWEST CASH PRICES.
roK nam:
notic'e.
Thn Illinois Central llail ltoad Cornpiriy no
otlerforaalo the followlnu described tola la Kirst
Addition to the City of Cairo, vis i
Lot 47 block 20. Lot 21 block W,
is 20, " 27 " Hi,
,i .. g " 2S " 82,
0 ! 82, " 31 ' Hi,
ii o-i ii ('. aj " 82.
For terms, ole., apply lo JAMES JOHNSON,
AKnt,
UOTJELM.
OllAWFOHD HOUSE,
CONNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Entrance on Blxth-st.,)
H.acHdyf' X CINCINNATI, OUIO.
E. II. Lodwick, J
OAKE9, CAUY CO. Proprletom.
OENTHAL HOUSE.
Opposite Iho Poktofflce, on Hlith Street between
Washington and Commercial avenues,
CAlltO, ILLS.
This house has been thoroughly over-hauled,
rcfurulshed and renovated, and ih now open for
the reception of guests. Tho rooms aro all large
and well ventllatod, nnd fuahitiiro new. Hatch
kept n lull tauil day, MILS. UAKFNE7,
Jeldtt 1'roprielresa.
' COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
C0MMERC1AL-AYENUE, Ol'l'OSITE P. O.,
CAIRO. ILLS.
JOSEPH UAYLIbS, i i J ; I I'ROrKIKTOR.
The House is Newi-v Furnished
And olfera to tho 'public first-class accominoda.
Iloua at reasounlilo rates,
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