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TIIE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY AUGUST 1, 1871.
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rvRDF.R left t llalllday Pros, office, 70 OHIO
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Cnirles Hotr), ill receive prompt attention.
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tide steamers at any hour. oc25tf
Tuesday Morning, Acoust 1,1871.
JOHN H. OBF.KL.Y, Emiob ami Pi mimtr.
Iiivi cr mi Pitr Ttriimx ;
Ost week, by carrier,.. -
Oieyearby crrier,fnJine 10 tJ
Ote month. by mj.i1 - 4
Three month' -t- 15
Sli month - - - - 4 2S.
On JW t"
ih tiattiptre AUixnUr anr,1y fclX rliy o.f
Cum, Otorivmorntlmlnn Southern Illinois;
a mfc-arcl wutnal ; twiaa. tt fearUH ; out-
ipAtii o su&UU t tnltrai to the jmWie ,
mfk a bi-.. am! Iutmiim nrfuiufwn. Me IiuUt
fw soiiafi (As palrwvji M tatiitfnt readers and
csrerprusnfl emtM ki.
TnE COLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John II. Oberly A Co. nave rMuri-il thf
eript.o pnce o( the Weekly finin. I'.u'.lftin t'
Oft TMBarftr nninn, making t Hie oh ft
ptrpnUlihM iQ&onlhtTn IIUboi.
JAMES li. DOO LITTLE,
3nlject to the decision of the tut tonal drm
(Th Nw York. World on Sanator Donllule.
"Jn rteord is o eouisffMt ai Nar
n'uhed that it may 4 likened Ui a .straight
line draicn acrons a pu:ttea eUar beam,
unswervtd by the fluctuating atmosphere
vf American politics, through the past
From a iftth b?StivitorlsJitU.lttietrril at Df
"tt at mi ti thv j'lr ofthS3iith tCimilu
rrnpoivl to dot j ihti iiluniftr limy hml r
bllei iln't llumo.aaa wii-jui cionnbj-
It.nni ul that oirrr. tVI)ii the question
rue in the nta: tVitt f.l.A'1 l .lui.e with
1. 1 i.m nnd Hi j")jlr it I.il.uni ' thcrti tirrc
nf-m fn there liu iIiouiimJ : "runflwate their
Jfp rt i mJ.ihwn lav." Theie Ituw-t-trr.
uii iMt day iroti!l lm inade thi in
li Hi. ir i n uvc. Hut I iitniJlii'. m h'.
)'tv't.uf j 1.11. 1 n hi MiH'ii tin imiif mi
ri.mul, .i i ' 1 LJt 't, let tin m.ike tin in fi Hun-
.1 rin, nl tl.ua til to the turner mil l
U'jtn " r a,, no u that they lute lui I miui the
nm.of the r retelh"n an I hne renee 1 their
ei' etire tj the union anil the fjj. make the
o -llurn people ur fe'low -eltizii, n:! thin
i i to trie Mieraii I Kl'irr f rhe tiatinti.
Mil: DAVIS SCAN DA I j.
THK KX.CONFKDBUATK IMU'.Sl
DKNT IK A l'Kt'L'UAU l'l'.K
ouiltv on not (iunrv
BOTH SIDKS OK THK STOIC V
JEFFS OHOA.V liKITDIATi:.S THE
AND SAYS IT'S AM. THE WOKK OF
WHY IT WAS NOT AND COlTM)
ADMISSION OF THK KKAL A UTHOU
OF THK SCAN DA L, THU E
From the New York lleiald.)
..T" high personal reputation of
Davis hu led! us hitherto to deny
toiMion to our columns of whul it
. ..v. I'lllU tUI V,IIIIUIII
..!. . . .1 I - .
andsWe .etfcuinitkutinl minuteness,
IncllnSdV.h ft J Mf' 1)nvU' frie"j!
icandaf upon ,.VcnV,Ti;,",",lJ: f"r ih
.i,tu'i. .i. . Vro, 'tent perron,
tWn l.u"7 l"- t''"' f lay befort
Rial f thu fi,; L"".il " B.'M de
... , I i'MV 1,
gont. so far, and U,: m'., "7.. 'u" "ow
vimjUVJV CIIH I elln ... .i.l.l n-i .
i,?' -ktvl.r8C uJ. cJi general attenl
..... ..., alTt iBYu ueomed il ncccssarvtn
come out vltU tho following Zilu"
Mkmpiihj, July 21. 1871
. . .i.;,'. ; . "en cuuea
"'"""u,u7, !i ti curia n radlc&l
HBwausiusjt. hmuu aiiacLt1 lnv ,.!......
charactw ttB connwlion with thit 0f
r that the ex-lWleiit'h.'a W,,X
IBCariof the Southern ..'i ' . ...V'.u
'. whnli ) r..lti1v iintivl. wfli trnrollns
tincicr my cimrgo. ji is ucoiubu u i
mviolf. tit wnll na to tin' ncr-onnl fricilils
InitntP, lintviiivo:n!ly titid wlllioul tlolny
lltnl tl.o t()r in nlurlp, iind l nil its c
etiiinl tmrlf. I ii tun iet n HtiM.V tho Insllcn
lion i.f iniilicp, nnil l I. ruli.v proiioiiticcil
titlerly fill r.
Tins (llnloiMHtlc nolo cltlie p.x.tircstdcnt
.i .. .i .
drew lurin I n 3 louotviiig ruiloi'iittim ol
Tim M.t.ixiKn ft.i:i;ri.vo tn amovk.
I'r in IheClnclnnill Time". InlrW.)
Vho I'Ji'itnincnt rili'il nil over tlio
.South l' tliu re'iort, llrst publislicil nliont
lie werk -Hire, tliiil llif Kroal irgtircnouu
or ttm rii' I m) iirtd iii-cn uctecica in n
Inarm-, t'll Mi'l crlmltinl eontratcmns In
tlio slei 1 1 n 4 i'!ir f " lonnoj'co railronu
tntlli i not tii lj citlmulL'd by wlntl lias
iineitri-i pru .ir coir, In the jaurnuls of tlmt
colioii. i im rotirnu ot thoso joiirnnls hits
bwn cttlu r 'trciutotisl v to tloiiy niiy fouti-
liiilon wh.iti vit, in fact or In fiircy. fur tlio
IIi'imI fiviiidiil, or lit onduiivor to litish It
tip cointiii'lelv lynrnrin ptwsliilo utter
ly itrnnrliiir tliu sliilumcnts mniie. And
this tnoriiiiii? tliu trrent Hocused himself np-
penrs in n curd published In which ho
tukes tho hii;li morn! ground of indignant
doninl of nil tho stntctnents inndo about
Mm, even of tlio iminntcrinl ono that tho
lady wits traveling in his charge a fact
attested by Colonol tTctt, who says that
"Jlr. Davi, at Chattanooga, turned tho
lady ovr to hU keeping,'' und that ho ac
companied her to Kashvillo.
Jell's nccuscrs have, however, been ex
plicit in their insertions, and unless better
mean of disproving what they say can bo
Invented than have heretofore, been usod
it is inoro than likely that tho verdict of
nubile opinion, at least when tho facts nro
unown, will continue to bo guilty.''
An opportunity was ntlordcd "ono of the
reporters of this paper yestorday of ascer
taining, through prlvato letters recontly
i-cceivexl In this city from tliu South, forno
of tho details of tho'ntTalr, and somo of tho
history or the parties participating, both
as actors and nccuscrs, and that have not
horotoforo been mado public. As the in-
lormation was conveyed without any ro
scrvs, or tho expression of any desire that
it f Mould not bo published, wo deem uuue
to tho causo of right and truth that it
should ho mado public, at least that por
tion of it which at nil approximates fit
ness for publication in n respectable jour
nal. THE VACTS,
as imparted to our reporter, aro these: On
tho morning of .Monday, tlio 10th ol July,
.leu. Davis left Memphis in the train on
tho Memphis and Charleston road, bound
cost. To this train was attached, ns thero
always is, a sleeping car, which leaves
Memphis with tho train and accompanies
it to inattanooca. Jell, was accompanied
by a woman, to whom ho paid constant at
tention durmc tlio trip. At overv stn
lion at which there was nny stoppage to
speak ot they got oil the train and walked
ur and down tho platform together, ho
constantly showing her marked attention
so marked that oilier persons took no
tice of the fact. This woman had tickets
for Stevenson, Ala., whilo tho cx-confed-erato
president had passes which took him
to any point on the line. 1 lie section in
tho car engaged by Jell., and occupied by
the pair during the day, was as near the
centre of tho car as possible, and con
tained one eoll'u running length ways cf the
co.tch. The sleeping ctr is ono of tho ol
der styles, and is not a Pullman patent
car, such as is generally used in this sec
OSEOr THE W1TSF.ES.
The conductor of the sleeper was Mr.
lieor'e Trice, a cenUettian who lias a his.
tory. He is a Virslnian bv birth, and at
the brrtiking out cf the war was a student
in the university of Vonn-ylvunin. lie
lel'l this institution and went'toulh to join
the rebel armv. Ho was n devoted ad
mirer of Joll'. Davis, boarded at tliu same
hotel with him in Memphis, met him fre
quently, and on the morning in question
was particular to accommodate the de
cayed chieftain with ono of tho choice
nerins in tue cur. no there enn be no
doubt of his thorough knowledge of the
THE WOMAN ISVoLVKD
is .Mrs. liowers. .She i the iister of a
well-known actre., nnd furmally tang in
iiuiuijjuru its .i Buy .lioruii. iter nusu.inu
Uamu'iciluulerin Nashville, and wus for
merly a route a','cnt for the .Southern Kx
pies Company. Mrs. Iluwer i a good
sinirrr, and has for -onie time sIikm been a
tnemU'r of tho vlioir in ttm minu cluruli
that Mr. Davis uttuiid and holds an ntli
cial position in Memphis. Mr. Trice has
been heard to say thul hu can prove that
note, frequently, sometime- daily, pasted
eiw.-en my purtte.'t wlit'n they were both
I UK I.AIiY HAS WEAK EYES.
When tho berths were inndo up by tho
portur uf the car that night M r. liowers
w tlio liiit woman to retire. After Oio
liii'l (loim so, on two t-ep irutn oecasioiii kIio
lulled either tliu portet or the conductor
titid luUed that tho light which was direct
ly oppoallu otiu uiul ol the berth Miould
hoextinquisheil, fwr the re.iMJii, in t-hn said
"that her eyes were weak, und the could
not sleep with u light burning." ,1
hoard hor make request the ilr.t time, and
aid, when the car employee, objucted
'Oh! if it U r.guiri.t the rule, ou can't
do it ; but il yo:: can ymi hud Letter ac
cmnmodatu the In ly. ' Tlio second time Mrs
llowors urged to peri,. ruly, notnithstan
ding explaimtioru that wliin tlio upper
berth whs down and tlm curtaim closed
not a ray of light could penetrate, that tho
conductor, torn comininliiti) her and ample
ioning nothing, turiie.1 out tho light.
Ji:ri'.. TiiAi Ki.isii i'Ki'vi.iAi!irn;.
Shortly aftiirward everv nerson in tin.
car had gone to bod except the great Jell'.
Two or three parsons who hud berths en.
gaged were, however, in thu smokiiiL' pur
iu front of tho train
. . ..r . i. , i- "
About this timo tho conductor (Trico)
was standing on thu rear plutform of thu
car, when .loll', cuinu out also and spent
hjiiio timo in eiinversiitinii, during which
hu mill that hu expected some friends to
conm niioani ut iiuntville, Ala., to whom
he suppoiej he wiuihl bu compelled to give
up nis uui-.ii. .nr. i rue insured h
he eould Iind ueeomtnodiitloin for thoso
w m U'.irii ...nr...!..,! .1 I.I .1 ... . ..
: "wu jp.iu iioiiiu tiioy appenr ;
..,b ii. ui; UtllllU.
JKtf, III: DUES.
After (.oiiio further talk Mr Davis said
io mould go to bed. and tho cnnilnei.ir
went IO tlio iroill L'lld ot his. ear Kl.n.H..
..I. .... . n
uiiurwaru mo porter s n.l in I. . ut;
f:.. . .' " " J'l.l
rii", uicro is roincth ng wronc In that
;;;.t,m of the car." Thi", again'arouse'd
JEKF. AND Till; WOMAN
were In tho lower berth of tho section to-
Wither. 1 ho conducto r excuttd himself
i l7. b .i . y "King lor their
l A.,'.",,thtt.1 1,0 w"ul11 1",v,) " occasion
V.'.n..""1' U10,U ''"'t "ight. ThO
At i iin.v i ""cket for Stuvrnson,
ui mis i oi Bii ,i, ... "i.t ,;:,"'
ltl . , v v mviltu III Mm CJItfO.
-"iiuuuor s a man nnm..,l
wUhed to satisfy hluajf ' , '1,. . ' tt
Iltf.. 1,1. i ilUHIUI
1 1 .. i .. .
ami ... i. ...' .;:': "u"ul u'u matter
oin, b vnd S . 1U4V
eluded that tho conductor in duty bound
to collect her faro for tho oxtra dltttaiiee.
or mis purpose ho went to tho tection,
the suspicions of thu comluctoM which had orab,u,Intur v'w nJ of the despatch thut
been ,,'xeited somewhat S led ay I,,lKd?.,l,'0.!.lVri,,;.f Tllor "lou1'
by occasional remark, of tho Sort"?, wlio b?0t U rholorlo which
is n smart, sharp colored man. and re ultcd C,U,d 0n,f hV bl,Jdcd H,ul blou'ed in a
in inveUlgatlo whiel , V carelessly exuberant fanny. A full,
ncoompanlcd by Mr. Trice, nnd put his
lantern Insldo tho curtains.
Tin: itEroitTKK's mopksty HiioCKr.i).
AVhat tho twain saw our rcportor hoard
full v described, but Is not at Ilburty to de
scrllm for these columns. Tho "Kx-l'res-Ideiit'
reached his hand upward and back
wnril nnd Icrkcd tho curtains shut. The
two conductors precipitately retreated, ful
y snimicii ns to tno otjcci ot their curiosi
ly. As we hnvosuld, tlicso are statements
which iur. 'i rica lias rcDoatediv made, am'
expressed his determination to stick to, no
matter what may happen.
nuuscqucni events go to show tho dctor
nliied oll'ort that is beintr mado in tlio
south to squelch theso cliarucs ncainst
Davis. The conductor mado a report to
the officer of tho road of tho occurrences
above related, nnd on the subsequent Sat
urday received orders to loave .Memphis.
There had been nulto n dust kicked' up
on tho road ashorttimo previously by tho
frtt't that the superintendent of tho road,
u iiiuti named Jtos. had bocn cauuht in
precisely a similar predicament, and had
icon uiscnargeu lor it. Tins mado tho or
ler to sleeping car conductors mora Im.
pcrntivo than over, os tlio president said
he was determined that tho road ahnnM
ncqulro no bad reputation. Trice did not
obey tho ordor to loavo Memphis, and
weiu io mo uopoi to tako His car out tho
next dav. At a station aomodislanco from
Memphis llrowmvillo hornet tho assist-
nt superintendent, who said, "I thought
ou wore oruorcu to icavo -Memphis f '
Trico snid. "So I was. but I don't do it.
nnd don't intond to. This road can dls-
hargo mo whoiiovor It wants to, but what
have Is In Memphis, mv fr!end nrn
there, and I Intend to stay thorc, too."
Another party talking to Trico said,
''Somcbodv Will liaml vnn turn nr Ihron
thousand dollars, and j'ou will then leave.''
Trico replied to him, ''Tho man who ap
proaches mo in that way will havo to got
out of the way of a pistol ball damn quick."
Tho letters referred to givo more of Mr.
Trico' statement than wo havo copied
above, but tho roinaindcr havo nothing of
importance in mem.
A KECKLES8 ACCUSATION.
Thus wo find Mr. Jefferson Davis' de
nial treated very contemptuously by tho
Cincinnati Chronicle and sevoral other pa
pers. Tho Memphis Appeal (said to bo
Mr. Davis' orcanj next comes to the res
cue in tho following articlo :
(From the Memphis Dally Appeal.)
A SLANDER HEPUTKD.
"Wo are not disposed to speak in undue
haste, even In defence of an injured fel
low cillion or a friend. Wo th nk that a
life of integrity and honor as pure as tho
driven snow and as much above suspicion
as Caisar's wife, as irreproachable as the
chaste namo of Calhoun, or the fame of u
J,eo or a V ashington, which has endured
for n period bordering on thrco score
years and ten, should bo a sufficient shield
nga'nst all calumny. Upon this havo wo
thought proper to rely in thocaso of a cer
tain charge brought by his enemies against
jur. jciiurson jmvis. wo havo nitncrio
declined to deny it in his behalf, lest we
might give countcnaitco to tno idea mat a
denial might be required. Hut we aro
told that the silence of the Appeal is mis
construed, und that an inforenco is drawn
therefrom that tho charge brought to do
fa..ie him cannot bo denied. Whilo wo
can bo responsible for no man's honor but
our own, wo llnd it necessary, in solf de
fense, to suy that wo both deny nnd dls
bellevo tho a'ceusation mado by the corres
pondent of the Jjouisvillo Commercial.
Wo believe it originated in malice tilonc,
nnd thai it is us IhIjo as it is inlamous.
This tamo individual visited Mr. Davis
for tho purpose of interviewing him, and
was expelled by Mr. Davis from his oflice
only tho day or day but ono before. He
was a correspondent of the Xcw York
lit raid, writing for so much a lino to tho
Louisville Commercial, and immediately
after his expulsion, wo have been told,
said in tho proteneu of two or tnoro gen
tlemen in this city. Hint ho " would get
even with Mr. Davis.' Do has essayed to
do it by slander. Ho wus expelled for
using puunciy tno contents ot a letter,
marked privato nnd conlldential, written
by Mr. Davis. Ho was too degraded to
know or too vilo to refrain from an infa
my impossible to honorable men. It is
not strange that such u creature should bo
a little sure and becomo malignant from
the toueli of Mr. Davis' boot. Nor is it
strange thut one capublo of violating con
fidence umong gentlemen should also be
cupaMu of nnv slander necessnrv to imti.
i u lutuugu ugiiinst tno man iu nnii in.
jurcd. To such a reptile the motive was
irreifistablo; nnd nopoisible testimony from
him is worthy of thought.'or could receive
attention from any not tho iiriumie-i of Mr.
Davis. Men of ns high character as llvo
in tlie world aro to bo found hero and
throughout the stats of Miisi.iippi wliono
voucher in behalf of the distinguished
siuicsiiinn, soiuior anil ex-pnuiilont gous
back (or forty years. o havo ourselves i
linn more or less acquaintance with his
public and privato reputation since 1M5,
iimt living befyro 1810 four vears in tho
Fiiiuu tuuuvj vino nun, never ncitrd u
breath to sully hi fumij from that duv In
If I tln. notwithstanding tho retuli nest with
which, ns u whig nritniroiiiat and editor, wn
may then bo supposed to havo welcomed
iiiirgi-s ngainst a political opponent. If a
private lilo like thut of Jellerson Davis,
iniimaieiv ov in il ions, n not m
go unscathed nmong men, then wo des
iuirof Ilnding irraultlcas goiitlumiin.
The curd of .Mr. Davu anniuirs in nn.
other column. Ho has never been sus
pected, much loss nccused, nf falsehood.
J'ho wholu story originated with un ignor
ant negro. It was readily gobbled up by
tills revengeful correspondent, who may
euiii iii.iiiruieu mo netrro to tun
hinder, and probudly did so. No respec
h'.'."1" c i I" v"" Klvo t countonancu.
1 hat will bu left to the cnoinles of Mr.Dav-
is, wlio aro numerous and powerful enough,
and the enemies of thu Southern people as
TII E CIIAKOE EXPLODED.
'I'i i. ... ...
i nu k'orrusiiuiiuetii oi tliu Jleralil r
lerred tu in tho above good-natured nrti
Clll ill tllU Atllttlll Haiiln. .Konlnfr.!..
I tlio charL'o thus recklessly broucht aualnsl
I 1.1... 1 !'...- I f. l . . ,n . "
"" "living onganiicu wnat is Known as
tlio 'leemiiK cur ecnndnl." Thnt rhnrrrft
U without the slightest vestigo of founda
tion, and sinca it has been mado by the
editor of tho Aviieal without takin I' tlio
slightest pains to vorify it it is also wick
The editor of tho Appeal is imperfectly
oven us io 11IU IIICISOI tills II1CII1
true und particular account of this inter
View and ut all tho circumstances lnmll.,,.
Illl fn It WHS tlllltlldlir.il 1(1 IX..I...I...I. II.
aid. It is only nocccssary hereto add that
tho correspondent of tliu lUrnld violated nn
connuenco in publishing tho contents o
tliu letter wliicli tho Appeal declares wai
I ;;)Ca i dcclnres whs
iiiiirKeu "private nuu conlldential." An
extract irum tnu letter in question was
read to tho Jlcratu correspondent, tho rca
der well knowing tho profession and ol
Jeetof tho correspondent ; noitijuuntion ol
iiecrecy was exacted ol tno correspondent
ami tnoreioru no violation ol contldenci
could havo been committed.
As to the fcleoniiiL' car scandal, lho cor
rcnponueiu alluded to, tu lar Irom harm
Penned tlio account in tl.n l.miLvlli
Lummereial, never saw or heard unythlng
iiku n uoiauca aceount of It until -hV.
ronchtd New-York. At lho Umo of lis
puhllcatton ho wua In Arkansas. c....t....
up tho Mississippi river to Cairo, ho lientd
whlipors of tho scandal, and a few days
after ho saw &' r. Davis' cmphntlo dental
of It. Tho said correspondent Im never
written n line for tho Loulsvillo Commer
cial, or any oli10r nowspapor except tho
Nnw-aork Herald during thu lust futir
Noll,'i"' dlroctiy ncr Indirectly
did ho havo any connection whnluver with
thO SCrlo-COmlc Comntlenllim. Tn nnrrnb.
orato nil, whichif our corroboration bo
necessary- nn oxtrnet tmm iv. '...,....
ci'ai itself is appended bolow.
THE HEAL AUTH0H OY THE SCANPEL.
From the I.oti!fm1te Commercial, July 23.
Tho articlo which npneared InourSatur
day b Issuo upon this subjoct went to press
boforo the telcgraphlo doipatch civlne
Mr. Davis card of denial, which appeared
in tho same issue, wa brought to our at
tontion. A Mr. Davit paiicd throtich
Knoxvl llo on tho 19th Inst,, on lili.way to
Memphis, ho has taken thn nrlla
tunlty to make tho donlal which bo found
on his arrival thoro, was "deemed necos
ary." As ho has mot tho.question like tho
gallant gentleman whloh -wo havo novor1
doubted him to be, nnd has given tho story
as promptly as ho could, n donlal In the
most emphatic and judicious language, wo
hopo tho scandal will bo consigned Kcnco
foith to that limbo resorved for such stor
ies upon men who aro called on to boar
tho burden of uncnviablo conspicuity.
No fooling which wo havo toward Mr. Jef
ferson Davis is tingod with any ahado of
malice, and it was no disposition to do him
injustico which led us to publish an item of
unpleasant news about him, which camo
to us apparently well authenticated. If
tho story is founded in malice, as ho as
sorts, wo havo no part cither in tho fabri
cation or tho spirit which prompted it. , It
Is n pity that somo of Mr. Davis' frlonds
and dofendcrs nro so much less judicious
than ho Is himsolf.' Ho may well ask to
bo dclivorcd from such friends, for in
stance, ns tho Momphis Appeal. Such a
dofonoo ua It tnnkna will only aurve to
wcakcu tho forco of his donlal. "Wo have
no disposition to got into any argument
about it ns tho caso stands, but It is propor
to stnto that wo havo no correspondent in
Memphis, as tho Appeal assorts. "Wo do
not know any correspondent of tho New
York Herald. AVo never dorived any in
formation, directly or Indirectly, from nny
body connected with tho Now-York ir
nff. The article, which first appoarod in
tho local columns of this paper, was writ
ton in our offico by our ("regular city edi
tor, tho information embodied in it was
dorived from a gentleman just from Mem
phis, and tho article stated tho source from
which that gentleman dcrivod that Infor
mation. There was no need for tho Ap
peal to hnvo set up its mnn of straw, its
suppositious Herald correspondent, in or
der to knock him down so deftly, and by
doing so it has only injured tho man ft
pretends to defend. It has mado many
pooplo say, notwithstanding bis denial,
that it is a'vory queer story.
This superb Hair Dye la tho t in thi Vuau
Perfectly Harmless, Kellable nnd Insthanteoas.
So illfsppolntmenU No Itliliculoua Tints or Un
pleasant Odor. Tli 8 rrnuiiie W. A. Hachelor'a
flair Dye produces IMMEDIATELY a aplendld
lllatk or natural Brown. Does not Stain tho
Skin, but Icarcsthe Hair Clean, Soft and UeautU
ful. The only Unto and Tarfecl Dyo.
Sold by all JrugKlsta. Factory lnriond Street,
New York. lanyildeodjtwly
ITS CURE AND ITS l'KEVENTIVE
BY DR. ,T. II. SUJIEXCK, M. 1)J
Many aliuman heme has passed a way for vlionis
death there wai no other reaaon than the neirlect
f knjwn nnd indisputably pruYon means of cure.
Thou near and dear to family und frlenda ara
flceplriK the Ureamleaa slumber Into which, hau
they calmly adopted
nil. josr.rn n. sciiF.KCK'HSi.Mri.E
nnd availed lhemflvc of 111 wnndorf iillrerlloa.
U"u medicine, they would nut Iito fallen.
llr. Mhenck ha lu hi, own caso proTed that
wherever sumcietit vitality remains, that vital.
Itr. hr his medicines and his Olreetloaa for their
t.re, I lulckened Into hualilitui Tlirr.
In tin atatament there Is nothing proanmp.
tuuua. To the faith of tho tnrulil Is mado ns
reprecntatlua that Is not u thousand times sub.
tatitlated by llrlnii and Tlslblo works. Tho
theory of tho euro by Dr. tJchenck's mvdlclnc
Is as simple as It Is unfa 1 1 Inc. lu MUlosophy re-
vwnrj hu aHuuiuiib. n is Bcii-ussurinK, seuouu-
The hpa.vreel Tnnlennil M.nr1pflVAlltT.MrAlhA
r.nt two weapons with which tho citadel of ths
malady Is a.viallcd. Two thirds of the cases of
consumption orUtnato In Ursiiepsla and a f unc
tlomUly disordered liter. With thla condition
the bronchial tubes "sympathise" with tho
stomach. Ther respond to tho morbluo action
if thu llrer. Here then comes tho culminating
result, und tho scttlnt; In, with utl Its dlitrvss
liig syiuptoms ot
'''l(0.Ianilrnlto Pills nro eompfesed of oneof Ka
li re s noblest Kir..-ii.. iraws,iiium I'eltatum.
'1 hey Hic nil tho blood-searchW. aiu-raiira
priipvruvs of calomel, but, unlike calomel, they
"LEAVE NO KTING T.EIIIND."
Tlio work of cnrglinowbeKlnnlnir. Tho villa,
ted urn mucous ileposlt In tho bowels nnd In tho
nllmentury canal uru ejected. Tho liver. Ilka
u cluck. Is wound up. It urouses from Its torpid
ity. Thu faouiuch nets respunslrelr, and tho
patient begins tu feel that he Is ccttliie, at last,
A M.'IULY OF GOOD HLOOD.
Tho tea.wee.l Tonic, In conjunction with thu
l'lll. tK'rincntea und usslmllutes with the food.
i iirnncaiion is now proKresMriic without Ita pre-
llliri.Nttiin hiiime. ruilnlns.. Hmt
the cure is seen til ln UL liiiml. Thern U nil morn
flatulence, tin exacerbation of tho stomach. An
buu i-ui u is seen in lie ui uiinil
uj'peiim sets in.
.Nowcoines the greatest lllnoil rrfaiflernrerret
Riven by mi Indulgent futhcr to eiiflorlnil man.
khenck's I'tilinunlo Srruu cumea In to iterfnrm
Us lunctlona und Ui hasten unil compfeto tho
cure. It enters at oncu unon Its work. Nattiro
t-in nut bo cheated. It collects and rlHns tho
initialled und ulseascil portions or tho lunus.
Initio form of natbnrlnea. It prepares them lor
expectoration, und lot In u very short time thn
malady Is vanquished, the rotten throne that It
occupied I renovated und mode now, and tho
utlent, In all the illxnlty nf reKulned till or, steps
urth tu t'tiluy lho manhood or womanhood that
CIVE.V UI AS LOHT.
Tho second thlnu Is. tho natlents must star In a
vfurin room I mil they net well l It la almost Im
possible to pruvent taking cold when tho lunns
uru (llsensed, but It tuust be pruvented or li euro
can not bo i Heeled. Kresh nlr nnd rldlnir out,
especially In this section of tho country, In tho
fall and winter neaton. nre ull wronu. I'hyil.
i tuns wno reeurnmena tout courso tosu their pa
tients, if their limns urn badly diseased! and yet.
,.7L.iunw tucy mv . kin. iivuhq liter muss UITV
sit down quiet I they must walk about the room
us much and its fast Ha tho strength will bear, to
iret up n kuoO circulation of blwl. The patients
must keep lu gum) splrlts-biiCetermlned to get
well. This lias u Kreat deal to do Willi the appe
tite, und Isthuureut point to tnln.
To despair of euro alter such evidence of Ita
possibility In thu worst cases, and moral cer
tainty In all others. Is sinful. Dr. Hrhcnck'a per
sonal statement to tho Faculty of his own euro
was In tlicso modest words :
"Muny years ituo I wus In tho last aUares of
consumption! cotitJneil to my bed. and at r.no
time my physicians itmucht tlmt I could not llvo
ii weekt then, like u drowning man cutchlnu at
straws, 1 heard nf nnd obtained tho preparations
which I nuw offer to the public, and they mado
a icrrcct euro of me. It seemed to we that I
rould teel them penetrate my wholo system.
I'lioy soon rlpcuod tho matter In my lunas. and
I would spit up mora than it pint of urfenalvo
yellow matter every morning fur u long timo.
"As soon us that, lieean lt aubsldn. fnv m.iffh.
fuver, pains, nnd nUht sweala ull beyan toleavo
lui'.und mrappetlto became ao ureal that It was
witnuimcuiiy mat l couiu auep irom eaiint
n uattnir I
much. I aoon sained mr atrenuth. and havn
urown in nesn uver suicv.
"1 waa weiKhoa ahorlir alter mr
1 waa welshod ahortly after mr racovery.''
,'Aa .tin Ikorlitr. ' llien ItMiklnv IISa
added tho Doctor, ' then looking Ilka a niero
skoletoni my Height was only ninety. seven
jioundat royjreseut wolxht Is two hundred and
sweiuyuyw ii ,.juih, unu iur veura i nave en
Joyed uninterrupted heulth."
Dr. Hchenck haa dlscoiitliiucd his professional
visits to New.York nnd lloston. Hu or Ma son,
Dr. J. II. rlchonck. Jr., atlll continue to see pa.
tlents at their office. No. 15 North HUlli Htreel.
I'hlladelphla.pvery Huturday IromO A.M.tnS v.ti.
Thoso who wish u lliorouuli examination wUi
tho llcsplroracter will bu charned K. Tho Ilea,
plroineter declares thu exact wmdltlon of tho
iiiiks, and ptitlcnta can readily leurn whether
they are curable or not, "
Tho direction for taking the medicines are
adapted to tho Intelligence even of a child. Fol.
iuw theso directions. .and kind Nature will do the
rest.uaceptlnil ; that In aomo uuaes tho Mandrako
l'llls are U) bo taken in Increased doses t lho
three luadlclnea need nu other ni oompanlroenu
than lho umplo Instructions that uccouipi nr
thorn l First croato niqietlto. (If return big
health, hunger la tho must nelcomo aymptum.
When It o)iue.aa It will eume, let tho dcsisilr.
Inil at mice bo of good cheer. .JikmI blood ut onco
loflows, tho oougi loosen, . tho nlubt sweat Is
nbated. In a short timo both of (huso murbld
syniptoma nro goiio forever. 1
Dr. Schcnck'a medicines nro ronstnntlrkeptln
tens ol .thousand! io hiui . As u liatlvu oi
purtiatlvp.the Mandrako PllUareaslnndanl pre
imrallon I whilo tho I'lilniouhi byrun as a cum
ol cough and colds, may bo rcgurded us a pro.
lthylucturlo ugulust cousumpttoii lu uuy of lu
luriiia. , ,
I'rloo of tho Piilmonle Byrup and Sea-weed
Tonic, l k n tiutlto, or T.iu i. half doaon. Man.
ilrako Dills, ii cents a bux. Fur ealu by all drug.
ut and doalers. ' w
0. W. DUNNING. M. D.
KHIDUNCE enrnerNlnth ami Walnut i.
umce corner Hlxtn street nnd Ohio lave
iigiiTs-iromii R.m, to lx m., and o p.m.
IX rt'tl BtABT
AT IIArtCLATS' DltUQ BTORlt.
Fatsn StrrtT, Dijtt.j
1 Atri r.nv jret rAfiHli-T; TanVali
JJ E L M II 0 L'D ' Q '
GRAPE f cataitha ) f OB AFX ) FILLS
CATAWBA hi ORAPK
QltAPE I CATAWBA ) S I PRAI'X S FILLS
ASD Atl or
FRESH FROM FIRST HANDS,
Always la slock In large supply, and for sal b
it . 1
FBBSH 331033 IjIOIC
For Hole by ttae OIsvm, Dottle r (litlleit
AT BARCLAYS'. I ' V
BtaExTRA Fine Coloone;
JsWflXNUINE lUFORTSD EXTRACT!
MUair, Tooth and Nail DRUsnxsi;
sIkdia Rubber Nurbkry Gooj
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Best grade In larga stock and va
riety, very cheap;
Full Link of Colors,
PIT AXD IX OIL ,
Paint Brushes, LI usee J Oil,
Whitewash Pxishes, Turpeotlnt,
Varnlshe Etc. etc.,
ALL XIXIX AXD STAXBilM) QCAUTIC
Ohio Levee, :::::: Cairo, III.
oaoias riosmr riLLio:
G. D. "WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE AND '
JI o. 76 Ottlo Levee,
anrSncclal attention irivan to Conalstnrnenla
ann niiiuii oruerv.
I.iverKol, New-York and Philadelphia
cxpri coxTascr with vxitid ststs axd samsu
For Carrying tho Mails.
na TctTiita ixroaMATiox
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.,
JMJ Broadway, New York, or io
ilfl Washington Avtnue, Cairo. Illinois.
FOR SALE, "I Kor Mai. FOR SALE,
FOR SALE. J ForBale 1 FOR BALK.
Faro from Liverpool,
Fare from Londonderry,
Faro from Gladqow,
Faro from Queenstown
TO CAIRO, lit::::: 148.20
Halfnsd. Morris A Candea. Agenla.
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET
CHAB. C1AVKK 4c CO.,
KKEP constantly on hand the best of beet,
nnrlc. mutton, veal. lamb, aausase. nuddlnir.
ew. Kreth white lard In any quantity, corned
licer, etc., aiway on nsiici,
Order nromptlylillod. and satisfaction wnrrau
ln.1. ... j f.ltTIf'
Bnlelser find Ileitlcr Its nil Ulsstla t'mb
Ooaxaa NiNivtixru axu Porun Hratar.
OUYU and alaughtor ouly th vry beat tettli
L hogs and sheep, and is prepared. to All .OW
demand for freali moau from one pound to tin.
Mms r: -
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1 . . ! aaSSF . " .
c'TI Kill 1311
t .HU It
'! mMaxu" if
a 'U'j.i v.i J
n'(I. toitu I I'I
'TJ "f II .1
DEALERS -IN FLOUR;
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Ami ent ol
't H'l'V 1
tt.f-i' :t i
I .11 M '
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Ohio Rlttr mad Kaaawlm
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70 Ohio Levek,
W. B. MOBRIS,
II. It. CAND El-
No. Pub. and U. B. Ccm.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
NORTH AMERICA, I'A.,
Assets.. i,;m,ii BC
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
AMERICAN CENTRA 1 M0
TRAVELER'S, HARTPORD, LIKE AND
Asssl. , 1, .ViO.OOU W
RAILWAY l'ABSENO Kits' AbHURANCE
Assets. ID.OOO 01
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEP3,
71 Ohio Levee,
Oily National Bank,
FIRE AND MARINE
i :isr s tj ir, j nsr o na
XI AO ARA, N. T.i
QKRMANIA, it, Y..
1 " HANOVER, N. Y.,
'AssaU 720,602 00
) REPUBLIC, V, Y.,
AfB(& tHaSS4(t MHtlH ..t714)25 00
' 1 ComprliloK th Uodorwrltera' Agency,
vAVtftray v v
1 U 1 a Ss orr. vii ii
FIRXMKN'H FUND, S. V.,
iwiiik n.llinn. v,,.nlli,re. If ulla and Car,
I jfom, Insured at rata a favorable, as aouad,
.m.nHi t BMmritv will wsxraat.
,r J aspactlully ask ot the cltueos of Cairo, a
i. j. i y .. r c w. nvuiiEii,
tn omec atrirstnationolBsck
noOHN, ANII, ETOl
W. W. THORNTON, t
BLINDS, "WINDOW GLASS,
LATH A.3STr XjTJTBEK I
Office ox Tenth St.,
IIelren Coinmerrlnl mill n'nalilnKlnn
A0K.NT8 lor Hock Hirer Paper CompanvV
Hheathing Felt and tarliCernont; P 1
atni. improved ltooilng always ,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER 3
I.ATJI, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,1
DOOIIS, SASH, BLINDS. j
ORDEltS SOLICITED. i
Furnished on ahertal noile.
Coinmercial-av, bet. 10th and HUdbU.,
CO A I. AJ5IJ 1T4MID.
WOOD AND COAL
IT 5!l, WA I'fpTed to deliver lheUl
! . Klre Wood nnd ntone Cool i
1 IN ANT PART OP TIIE CITY,
And in any quantity det ire-l, on short notice
COAL DELIVERED at Sl.50 ter ton
OKKICK Over Ileerwart. Orth A fti.'. .Lnv I
two doors above tho corner of Kigtith r.tret n.i
commercial avenue, -IfCOil )l
M RS. M. S WANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISniNO GOODS,
Commerclnl Avenue, opposite Elllo ,
at Avenue, oppo
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
.Made to order, or IteadyMade.
A full assortment of Misses' and Lntllen
Hnts und Bonnets of tho latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
MRS. C. McGEE,
KIOIITII street, between wahiiinoton I
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUE",
Has just received a full and splendid line of
Dress trimmings. Silk clmnt. silk traloon. eu
sure laces, tnosa trimmings, crocket button,
siik and velvet ouiions, piu.n ana trimming vel
vet, hats and bonnets, nno kid gloves, ladies' and
children' shoe, and a full ana complete stock ol
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which she proposes to tell at
TIIE VERY LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Thn Illinois Central Rail Road Company now
oiler for sale the following described lota in Pirat
Addition to tne city oi tairo, vis I
Lot 27 block 20. Iot 21 block 82,-
" I " 20, " 27 ' 83,
' A " Wl, " VI " 82,
. ( 0 ' 82, " 31 " 82,
i 23 " 82, " 3i ' 82.
For terms, ete apply Io JAMES JOHNSON,
e!3dtf - AKnli
.... . . . . . mfn DT
CUltfllilf fcjlATll AND VAliI"UA-cx.,
(Untranco on Ulith-sl.,)
H.O.CadyJ' X CINCINNATI, OHIO.
E. II. Lodwlck, j
OAKE3, CADT & CO. Proprietor
Opposite the Postofflcc, on BUth Street between
Washington nnd Coinmeroisl avenues,
Thi house has bean thoroughly oteMumleil,
refurulshod and renovated, and m now open ror
Ilia reception of guests. Tho room aro all larg
andwtll ventilated, and niahlturo new. Ilatcli
kept night ami day, M1W. UAKFNBY,
COMMEKCIAL-AVKNUE, OPPOSITE P, O.,
i ! PROPRIETOR.
The House, is Nf.wly Fubnished
A'rlii' offers to tho iniblTo llrstlnss accommoda.
Ilou at reasonable rstef.