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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1871.
MRS. 31. SlVAiVDHR,
DKAIiKR IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
ana Mint' -
;M ..Ir-to order, or KesdyMsdf.
A flI M&im.niof 'ilW and Ladles
and H-tmeU of tho lntcUtylc.
LAOIKi TAKE NOTICE !
nnitrii "WW. hctweiw Washington
1 AVf cbiMKJtCIAL AVKNUES, j
fll Jlll reeefTP'I full nnd uplondltl line of
jlrr.i trimmings, "ilk .glrnps, Uk kIooii, glib
porf lor. moss trimmings, crMket button,
Kllk and venrimiiionp,iiii.ii nnu irimminK m
ml hut. sad bonneta, line kid cloves, ladle' and
childrcni' shoes, and a full and complete stock of
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of winch )ie proposes to sell at
THE VERY LOWEST CAM! PRICE.
COAI. AXO WOOD.
F." M.'vXRb" "
WOOD AND COAL
M. WARD I" prepared to dclitrr the
'fire Wood and Htone Coal
IN ANY PABT OF THE CITY,
And In any qmnUty desired, on s hort notice
COAL DELIVERED at $1.50 teh ton
OFFICK-Or Beerwarf, Orth A Co.'s stove,
tuodoort abort the corner of Eighth street and
Commercial avenue. dccCit,
Wimupav Jfor.xisn, Auoust 1C, 1871.
JOHN M. UllEKl.Y, Eunou ami Pi n limit',
Tsam iir Tiir Daiit lltucm :
Oat irtk, by carrier, '
Onejeirby carriefiiailraiKe 10 no"
Obi moatb by Mail, . 75
Three moolln 12 15
Six mintlu . 4 26
Oaeyrsr, ,........ g to
til (.ffo'uJ piper o Ataanttr ami!; and of tht tity pi
Ouyi the only morning J'tili) in HoutUm Winoiu
nvavw jvum uiuu. mu jcariets; our
tpAi on a tubjectt of interest to the public, ,
tnUilnrgtSvlinemmui circulation, the Jlutlt
tut mjtrili Uu a!uiiqj ol, iuldlijtnt rnvkrt ami
fH'rrprwivJ Crtllifril wicn.
TUT. DOLLAR WEEKLY 1ICLLKTIN.
JaWttt QSvtly It Coharo reduced (lie sub
acrjidVia pr'sV of thaWVekljr Cairo Hulled to
One blar per miun. making it tho cheapest jvv
I-trpoUi.hM in Southern Illinois. ,
I For I'rtsidtni, 187L,
JAMES R. D00LITTLE,;
Subject iu the detuvm of the turttanal tlcm
lThKiw York WotllnitSi-ti'iiiir Donlllile. ,
"Hit rtcorrl ii to tonnittnt anil untar
ntiM tUt it wwy U WUnexl to a siraiijM
tine dratcnACratt apuztta clear beam
vf American polities .-ou'rA the vast
(Fwn ifieK byScwitoriilJtl'.il'Ueml at Do
''l.fnal.y.lUHoilU;.i!iillu irniifni-.I to
) yoAvrt lium after iIihj lir.d ri-
u-u-i .4 O't ivmio and ha I i-.n put ilnwn M'
Wiri.. ! itifti inr WIkm tMi niattnn
trjw in Llm J.. .UVIi.t . ...U I. .1 ..... u.tt.
u'.5 tnd lh pwili r f,i ti -ii c tm-ru uer,u
ki),tlini mIh Ih-4 i OmtiKTi!" thrir .
Wp'nj, rnikn them la- ' 1 litre how 'I
'Iff, none thatdsy whu Mould liavn nmde themf
riM iothtiroM ii ,li. Ilia Ciiinillui, whino i
! ti of a nnge lino Ii.h mal Ills nanimm. :
mortal, and: ' r-enunm, lit u initio them Tcllow
'itln-. aul thut 'bid lutlia iwt!rimdilgiy of
Ritu It IU. now I nUhVy Uitu laM .Wwi. th
nm of tliMr rcU'lltnti, d ( Uivi ri-n. iV. ihir
" j.mc lo tho union nti l tho tliu, m.ikw tho
1'itli.ru loplo-oiir rnliW-ultmn., j.nd thin
fcl I jA ll,v u I tjlory "f Hi" tiriti'.n.'' '
ot'tlie.Mihva.ttk'rdVys'ayd Hie dutti.
. i itr ..... ..
candidate for govtirnnr, ainl urn talking
fout Doolittlc, Liiwlor, Dowoy, anil
Iectcd. lk-'naiiriu of great poimlarity
in Wiscotuiu. And will ptill a heavy
vote-in all iirnbability beat his ntili
e'oipt)en whoever lie may he.
The ChicnRO ihmwrut, nifakliiB f
Mr. (loodcWw tho vrohaUo dcuocratio
fonrt! at lar(w tliiB
all , y-Mr.GooadUiU do credit
'to the Mate and,, arty." t)ntheha.ne
subject the Ottawa h'n, 7Wi..t mvh
"ilie raqvoincnytarted a week or two
' ujxo iii thowutherii part of the Mate to
' bring rJnt'K.laooaell us tho deino-
mtie candidatu fur congrei-mnan f
the htale at JarL-e. meetH witb fv-
nearly every jciUQcratie naner u-,.
' uiMsu,t while, .iiopo -orcopl ilia JVoritt
"" uor Tjuyious reasons) ha
Uu ll... 1) 1 I.
u "eJ"'iieati t'amp," is the
wwe of , editorial in ,h afct Hur.
aorc than the MSnift0 .
'Jtepiillfcan Cuinp" (he title WOttW
Lvelec'ii morfl uppiopriate, for at the
very conjintJnccjueiit, it fctatos ; "Kverv
' dayahown more conclusively that there
wouia bo very Utile question of rcpub
v.-.. Et,w!Bg , jy72 jf jt wcr(J 10t for
Theu the conHolei itelfwith
the Idea that (Irani U tho only man
that bis uity clunvuoi'hetn., .iP(.t.i ...
JUtin tt M(i Rtrainadds:
"There arc, Mocd, povferful republican
1!1 r. tui...... ... ..
'utroncly opposed to the rciioininntion
'of flcncral Grant. Tltoir influence
directly or indirectly, will probably bo
' cast against him in the convention."
It finally presumes that if Grant in
nominated thco two leaden mtiMt re
luctant! v support him. Waving diV
posed of the vcxi'd question, the )WMj
is still unhappy, and makes nn clTort to
' ti ii
reconcile tim lonkiin aim ronton quar
rel which, if persisted in, will give
XewVork to the democrats for tho
next ten years at the least. It is n pity
(he' Weekly, while in the pcace-machiu
cry business, neglected Houtwell and
'loasonton, untl possibly a few words
might have. oothcd the Wartnorthers
m Louisiana. Hut wo can ecc the bo
cinnimi of the cud that a thousand
'Grahts and ten thousand like Jlttrjw't
11 cthly cannot save the radical party
from its downfall.
. i i ' i
aCilUliZ AT OIMCAOO-TIIK FlT-
TURK Ol' 1'AUT1K.
TJic great speech of Senator Scluirz,
delivered at Chicago on Saturday eve
ning last, will attract very general at
tention, and create au excitement in tho
ranks of tho republican jiarl. It was
able the best of tho many great ora
tional efforts of the distinguished states
man and in it was Btruck thekcy note
of effective opposition to radicalism.
"While the senator defended and vin
dicated the policies which had made
the republican party great nnd triumh
aut in the past, ho boldly denounced
the position which that party, under
the generalship of President Grant, has
taken and now occupies on the public
questions of tho day.
Hut, while doing this, ho gives little
aid and comfort to the democratic party.
True, he says of tho new departuro : "I
'wish it success with all my heart;" but,
iu the next breath he asserts, that the
niasses of the democracy having been
educated in tho prejudices of the past
cannot bo led to endorse heartily the
forward movement that tho reacting
element of tho party would not abide
by the promises of the departuro if tho
democrats should achieve success.
Tliercforo, ho concludes, tho liberal re
publicans cannot be induced to become
a part cf tho democracy. "No, gentle
' men," he exclaimed, "tho'now wino of
republican liberalism will not keep in
' the old democratic cask."
Thus the senator boldly places him
self on the outside of both parties.
This may be to him au enjoyable po
sition ; and there is n possiblity, which
is rapidly growing into a probability,
that ho and the littlo baud who now
follow after him may become the
nucleus of a very strong party the
party of the future the party of lib-
ernlisin, possessing all the virtues apd
throwing overboard the crimes and fol
lies of the present political organiza
tioiis. This result, however, cannot bo
anticipated until another great battlq
has been fought between the democrat
ic and republican parties. Tndecd,
there can bo no doubt in the mind of
tho thoughtful observer of public aront
that the futures of parties in tho union
depends entirely on the action of the
democratio .party. If it bhall not again
be led into the blunders of the past, but
hall boldly return to tho old time
honored principles of the party, it may
tchiove victory : and it will do bo, it
adopting u Bound platform, it shall also
have tho wisdom to eschew the old lead
ers tho men who have led the party,
from one decade to another, into defeat
the meu upon whom public mis
pi:iou has been iastencu. .No matter
how' bound the platform is, if the candi
date placed upon it has about his polit
ical garments the odor of bourbonisni,
ho will bo defeated. The platform
must be sound, and the caudidato must
be a man who can rally to Jiis support
he united democratic party and iu
whom honest liberal republicans can
ut confidence. With suolf n platform
and candidate the democrats can suc
ceed, Without bpth thoy . will most us-
rAiroilly lie defeated, and their party
Uetroyud. iu this event, u now party
will iu all probability arise, and secure
the triumph over radicalism which tho
democrats were too weak or too effete
t" win. The coming presidential cam
paign will be a political Waterloo, and
either the democrats or republicans will
riKATU ANDOAYKTY AT NEWl'OItT
I'wtli has interfered with tho gayoties
ot .Nowport this season toan unusul degree
A eorrept,ndent of the N. Y, lixpren
A death in tho family of Win. R.Trav
or New York, 1m, necessitated tho
doing aWuy w tl, .Mr,. Trover' Auc Z
t t . "
en brought to bear upon '.ho gayctv hero
rud one after another of thub villus J,ui
"vvu iiinuuuesoiiiie. "d'alr J.awn .'
Cn.,.wtt,l,turt'li,lm,l!nU lmvu 1'oreluforo
MortV"' wus bu,rL'rt uf t "'I'tre., Mrs.
nhd wtddeLl Vv th. U',!?,VVer0 ",Pclcod,
-Mrs. Win. It, .V'? BU.JJn ending of
the fatnllv of thodern.,. ?.?.,Su"?l,i when.
bet - ot friends were spending W,2'"r'
A argo dinner jtarlyjatMr H" S
1 .1 . r -.nv. iij, uv mu urrivui nf
1 teleeram uiiiiouncinir tin, ,ir,..i. '..
1 Mr. KUdidl r,.l,.n.
f'JIr. .Sumner nt tho cat, who nro
which uu lust been
Issued. Thodeut 1, o MU, Wold ofllosto,
a sl.ter of Mrs.Oardner ltrower, has put
an end to tho H.inmor fe.tivltin, , t "Kj lis.
lurro." Evorv wuok tumn m,v, ...n..i ... .
ruL'uniiriii. rnn . r... ...1.1 .1
nellt by th,, ,"' V " "u "K"i
nis lier uotti.L-vi 80?!
I UI1 IHMtill.l ...1.,. I. a
tieeidunt in Ni?iuii... ' . ".'"llile rail-
niialUrc. th tvrt
Uuropp, turned tho olctnt country lent of
Mr. .Milton SnndforJ into n homo of
mournltij,'. Mrt. JS.mdfor.1 nnd Mrs. I' Icld
.(... nnil Ivnto J lold lins spoilt
mnny summer, provloua to tills 1th them.
Wcnslcr, tho iMnlsli nrtlit, iliod hero
Wlllld Oil It Vlll, niiur ii iu"K "u tuvuru
TWO MOK'K EGYPTIAN JOUltKALS
VRONOUNCJJ FOll 1)0.0- '
(From IIih Metropolla Tlmea.)
Tho "new ileparltiro" Is tho wisest stop
tho democracy Imvo taken tor years. Its
principles tire those on which tho democ
racy must fight In 1872 to nchlovo success.
TIi nt this truth has been ncccptod by tho
great thinking mnsj of tho domocracy, is
ovidoncc that Hint sot of principles will
form tho basis of tho plntfurm for tho next
The initn for tho democratic randidikto
must bo nhlo to stand on that platform
squarely and fairly, not only by his no
ccptnnco of tho nomination, but his caroor
In tho past must tally with it. If such a
candlditto is nominated tho enemy nro dis
comfited its surely ns tho canvass is mado.
Of tho candidates already presented,
James It. Doolittlc, of "Wisconsin, scorns to
possess all tho requirements of tho occa
sion. His career ban been ono of unflinch
ing Integrity nnd honesty, having left tho
radical narty'wbcn It first becan its caroor
of usurpation nnd oxtravacanco. and 1ms
over sinco stood by tho principles of tho
locnmo lrom a stronger to a weaker
party, which is a suror evldenco of tbo in
tegrity of his actions, tho purity of his mo
lives, nnd tho undcvlatini: attachment to
his honest convictions, than any other test
that could bo applied.
Ills life has boon ono which has onablod
him to soo tho workings of thogovornmont,
and ho has studied thorn with tho ovo of a
critic nnd tho mind of a statesman.
Wo stand ready to support him in tho
ovent of his nomination, and feel assured ho
can plant our banner on tho battlements of
tho enemy, nnd that peaco nnd plenty, t.n
economical nnu just nuministrntion oi too
government, will follow his elevation to
tho chief magistracy of tho United States.
Tho Cnrml Courier commonts on tho
suggestion of Hon. J. 11. Doolittlo's namo
in connection with the prcsldoncy, as fol
This Is truly n wiso seloctlon. Judgo
Doolitllo is n pure-minded, bleb-toned
statesman, nnd ono who will he readily
accepted l.y tbo mnsses. Ills record Is
without spot or blomisb. Ho hns nlwnys
been found laboring iu tho interest of his
country, rcgnrdlcss of party. lie has nt
times sacrificed his political und pecuniary
interests lor tho sake oi principlo. with
this kind of man as our stfindnrd-bcarcr in
1872, our victory will bo easy.
THE MANAGING WIFE.
Ezra Newton had jutt finished .looking
over his yearly accounts. "'Well,'" asked
his wife, looking up, "how do you cora(j
"I find." paid her husband. that iar
expenses during tho last year liavo bceil
thirtv-scven cents over a thousarnd ,Uul-
"And vour income bus been u thousand
"Yes. 1 managed protty woll, didn't
i f "no you mini; it managing woll to
'excedd-your lncomn '" .said his Wlfo.
""What's thirty-soven "cents V asked
Mr. Kowton, lightly.
" Not much to bo suro, but still some
thing. It seems to mu 'that wo ought to.
liavo gavcu, Instead or lulling belnnu."
Mrs. Kewten, liad boon broncht up in
n family which was compelled to bo econo
mical, una although bug was not uisposeu
to deny horsclf comfort, yet sho foil that
it was desirablo to procure thorn nt ft fair
"!Tho tlmo at which this conversation
took placo was nt tho commencement of
.1 - J .!. -I 1' Jllli
mo seconu year ui uiuir innrriuu inc.
Tho tlrtstop which Jdrs. Newton took
on accepting tho chnrgo cf the household
oxpensoi, was to institute tho riractlco of
paying cash for all articles that camo un
der her department. Sho accordingly!
culled on tue butcher nnu inquired:
" How otten Imvo you ueon in tho hab
it of presenting your bills. "Mr. "Williams ?"
"Oneo in six months,!' was Mia reply.
"And I suppose you sometiincs liavo
"Yes, one-third of my profit", on f.n
overage, aro svrcpt olt by thott.. "
' And you could a'Sord, 1 supposo, to
sell cheaper for ready" money
" Yesand I would bo" glad ii all my cus
tomers would give n ehaueo to do so. "
" I will set them au example, then,"
said Mrs. Newton, "lloreafter, what
ever articles shall be purchased of you
will bo paid for on the spot, and wo fcLall
expect you to sell as reasonable as you
can. " '
This arrangement was also mado with
tho others, who, it m scarcely needful to
say, were very glaiL to 'enter Into the
arrangement. Ready monoy is tho great
support of trade, and a ouli customer is
worth two who 'ptirchiiso on credit.
Fortunately Mr. Nowton had n s.nall
biipply of money by hur, which lasted till
tiieurot monthly Installment from her
husband becamo due. Thus she was en
abled to carry out her cash plan lrom the
Another plan which becurod to her us
likely to save expeiitc, was to purohaso ar
ticles in large quantities. Sho had toon
saved enough from tho monoy allowed
her to do this. For oxatnplo, instead of
buying augnr a fow pounds. ut tt-tlmo, sho
purchased n barrul, nnd so succeeded In
saving a cent, or moro on" tho pound.
This, perhaps, amounted to but a trifle in
tho courso of n year, but tho same system
carried out In regard to other nrticles
yielded a result which was by ho means a
There wore, other ways In which a. caro,
ful houiekoopQr Is ublo to limit oxponso,
whiuh Mrs. Nowton did 'riot ovorlook.
Witli an odlect lit view sho was.nlwnvs on
the lookout to provont waste, nnd to , got
too imi voiuooi wnatoverwas oxponuca
i no result was boyond nor anticipations.
At tho eloso or tho year, ou examining
ir bank hook for aim lind rec iilnrlv
deposited wbatovor monoy sho had not!
occasion to uso In ono of theso Institutions-
sho found that sho had $160, besides
rolmbursinc; horsolf for tho monoy durhitr
tho first month, and having enough to ltet
Sho was not inclined to niontlon how
much sho h:d saved. Sho wanted somo
tlmo or other to surprlso htm with it whou
it would bo or somo service
"Sho may possibly navo savod tin twan
tv-llvo dollnrs." thoucht Mr. Nowton. "or
somo such trltlo," mid sodUmissed the mat
ter from ins mind.
At tho ond ot tho second year, Mrs.
Newton's savincs. lincludlnc tho interest.
amounted to throo hundred nnd fifty do.
lars, nnd sho began to fool quite rich..
nor nusbaiu diu not iiiiuk to luquiro
how sho had suocoedod, supposing mt be
fore, that it could bo but a very small sum.
However, he had n pleco ol good now
to communicate His salary iu.d boon
ralsod from $1,000 to $1,200.
He added: "Aslbuforo allowed you
one-half my Incouiu for household expenses,
it is no moro than fair I should do so now,,
That will glvo you a bettor chanco to save
part of It than before. Indeed, I dou't
know !fqfjro"tl hvo'uccodod In saving
anything Ithtft far."'
As boforo, "Sire., Nowton morcly said
Hint sho had succeeded in saving some
thing, without spoaJfylng tho amount.
Her nllownnco was Increased lo ?C00,
but her expenses woro not proportionally
Increased nt all n.i that hor savings for
tho third year swr-llod tho nggrcgnto In
tho savings bank w ?000,
Mr. Nowton, on thoconlrary, In epito of
hl Incrcasid snlnry, was po bettor olf at
the end of tho third venr than before." Ills
espouses bad-In creased by U liiliidrod ddl
lnrs, tl6uRfi lo'-w6uld liatb found It altH
cult to toll In what wny his comfort or hap-
pinoss had been incroasoo. tnorooy.
In spitoifil'iBb.catdlehfenesi In record to
his own affairs, Mr...Nowton was an excel
lnnt in nn In regard to his business, nnd his
services were Vftliintle'lryiiiscmployors.!
Tlmv nccordinclv increased his salnrvfrbm
tlmo to time, till it roach pd ?1 COO. lie had!
steadiir projarvcd'thi'csto'm Of nsJlcnihe'.
ouo-half to his wife for tho snmo purpiso
ns heretofore. ,,
Thus ton years rolled away. Uurlne
all this tlmo .Mr.. Nowton Jived, in.llio
snmo hlrod hbuso for which lie bad paid
nn annunlront of' one bund rod and fifty
dollars. 'Latterly; however, ho had bo
como diesatlsfioil witli tt. It had passed
into tho hands of n now landlord, who was
not disposed tp keep it In tho repair which
ho consldorcd desirable . '
About this time a block bf oxcollcht
houses was erected bv a capitalist, who de
signed to soil them or let thorn, as ho might
Imvo an .opportunity. Thoy woro moro
modorn. nnd better arraigned than tho ono
In which Mr. Newton now lived nnd ho
fait a strong dosiro to movo Into ono bf
thorn. Ho montlonod it to his vrlfe brio
Soon aftor breakfast Mrs. Nowton called
on 'Squiro Itont, tho ownor of the now
block, aud Intimatod hor desire to be shown
tho cornor homo. Tho request he readily
complied with) Mrs. Nowton was quito
delighted with all tho nrrangcmoulij and
expressed hor satisfaction.
"Aro theso houses for salo or to rent?"
sho inquired. 1
"Either," said tho owner.
"And what do you charco for tho hous'o
to a cash purchaser?" nsked Mrs. Newton,
with subdued eagerness.
"Jrour tnousnnu dollars, cash," was' the
reply; "and that' is but a srnull advanco oh
"Very well. I wlllliv It of you." added
Mrs. Nowton. quietly.
"What did I understand you to say?;'
asked tho 'Squire, senrcoly hollering his
"I repeat, that I will buy this house at
your price, and pay tho monoy within a
wcok." ' "
"Then tho houso ,is yours. Rut your
husband said nothing of hi' Intention, and
in fact 1 did not know " T
"That ho hnd tho money to Invest. I
suppose you would say. Neither doos hi
know it, nnd i must ask you not lo toll
him for tho present."
J. ho next morning Jits. Newton invited
her. husband to take a walk, bdt wilhou
specifying tbo direction.
They soon stood in front' of tho house in
which he desired to live.
"Wouldn'tyou liko to go In?'' she asked
"Yos. It'a a pity wo haven't got tht
"1 hnvo tho koy,1' said his wife, arit
forthwith walked up' the: stops and pro
ceodod to onen tho door. -
""When did you get tho koy of 'Squlfq
Rent?" tvsltod tho-husband. j
"Yestorday, jvhen I' 'bought 'thb house)''
saia nis wiro:quieuyp j((
Mr. Nowton .ga?-ed at'hls 'Ifoin prb
found nstonishmont. -
"What on earth do yod ean,Ellzubeth?'
ho inquired. '
"Just what I snv. Tho houso is mine.1
and what in mino'iUWM.l'VSo' thqliijiisio;
is' yours," .Ezra.'1
"Whoro in tho namo of goodness did
you ralso tho monoy?"- asked her husband,
his amazement, still ds'grbala's ever.
1 haven t been a managing wllo for ten
lor notning," said Jirs. Nowton,
"With soma difficult r Sirs. Nowton. dot-
suaded hor hnsbarrd Uiati-itho.'prioo orth
.nouso vai rea)ymoiTejuJitoi:ner)BTHigs.
.Ho felt, whenJief.survyajlthQcotnrocyibus
arrangqmonu .of, the. ,o.w oouioj.trmt be
had reason, tfl bo lyatofulfor.thb.'pr'udphce
of his managing wlfo.
NKHVOUSi DEBILlW; -v
M'llli KaRiouniy.attrndauU, lour yplr?
ltK,l'jr-Mlon, Itit-olnntarr etaiHHloiiM,
I own of HpnicnCMarannorrhan, Iomm of
l"iHir, iimxj . ran, imi ui lirmury,
null tliroasid ltttpotcace ami Lmlir
clllly, llnil it NOvrn-lKaa cusVo In.lloiai
ro'N Houicipalltt Mpecllle SI ft.
Tufiitr-vlBlit. Cotnpoiod ot tho mAat Valua
bio mild and potent turatifea, they Strike at
once at ttm rooU ol tho mutter, toncup ttia
lent, urretthudchare,.aod impart. vjjr.ort.iid
energy, lironirl vitality to theentire man, Tney
huvt-cured thousands of cmei, Price, SS per
pvekauo of five Imxoi and a law St viai, ldnh.
ii very Important inotistjnato or old cases, or $1
per Kincle Uix. Hold by all druSglsti, and sent
by mml on rciectof' rrlto; . Addicts Uumnhrrv's
Npeelllo lloineonttbm pldlelna'Qo.iC'J llroad
ny, .". l. r. buiiuii, Agent.
' IMMIOIl ANT
Ilrriobl,-Keir-York 'and' I'hiluJelphla'
; 'in'. ': U. u ' 1 1 " : i --'
UNIir.U t'OXTKlCT WITH CIHTtA 'ST Itu amd'bkitiu
OOVKaNMEKTa ' '. t
Vol Carrjfifus' the Malls. ':
i'OH PASSAGE TICKETS. ?
i ) .. ',!-.-:'
oa rcHTiun isroaxATipx .
APPLY TO JPUN G. DALE,. AaTy .
If . HouM,-'1 ,bJ
. gU .Viiipb:tyn, ATiBue.ralTjlyiltiop3..
FPH,3AIiKM Kjr g.j., jt OU WAV
for a AW. J, rot Si? LFqnifjALp.
Faro 'from Liveiivool,
t Jt IFnrb ,'frnm XbYfb'ciiJiitUY,
taro from Glasqow.
iaro from QoKENSTbw.v
TO CAIRO, f i
r i : i $18.20
1 Jc,P""rd,lf'Tl CariJee, Aueitta.
l'AX PUHOirASEH'S NOTICE:
V.. M l Wiivlln,,.. V.. i . ,.t
'ell that atHaIof real ostale made by tho sheriff
i 7"..." Hiw uuur ui ino court
nnua, In thn town of Ua ro, Alexander enuniv,
lllll.ofs.'oa thft lrtth day of June, A, y, iMu
;i L. .iio. iV ,.. . "."".ur."?"ua real
.vuiiiy, iiix tue taxes in.
toruat aud t ofta duo thoreou for the voar !' n
1S70, to-wit Fractional west J4 see' 1 T iih'ii
1V., i..od In tho nwne MM'fcilltfJa'
and that Mid OvWntlo J," iVs"!
rlKptH iindor tiild mirchaao to the iinderalineih
nnd that tho (Into id ohou by law "tot 'thn ESS'
tiouot aal.lrcul o.tnte lllt.x,dro n tho 27tVL
day of Juno W2. v.i . l iiali iiVav
i;.ilro. JuiioOrd. U72. ' "A1'1''1JAY.
WOOD 1 "WOOD II WOOD II I
The undorsiKnod vtilt rurnlah
HARD AND DHY WOOD
Aitlitap.ll not t'lirniicr
TJl.in nilv wood ilAalnr In i .1 I...
on iho, date. ,m thoJ'OKtoaico abatllloia' coal
A.Hrd.,.J' .voniBierclal avcuuo. botwvnn TantU W
Trelfth nxrMi. Cairo, llhiWi.KM glyei iood
loouniro unil will oord the wood nn tf deilrad.
NO. 1B0 WASHINGTON? AVENtt,fl,
oa i no, II. 1,1. voi s,
. Han on hand
flAiINJ- STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC. ,
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
Is prepared to aupply ciutomcri with the beaf
p;ali'ty of , '
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDRIW left at Halllday Tiros, office, TO OHIO
LEVEE. OP at thn final Tarrf lutnm th HI
Charles Hotel, will recalvo prompt attention.
THE TUO MONTAUK" will tr(ogcoal alone
side ateamera at any hour. r ociitr
BETHESDA MINERAL? SPRING
OF WAUKESHA WISCONSIN
TkikimIa. It.. .l..Ul..l I . . ,1.. I.
traotablfi and fncuraltln ditiun linnvn.. Iiri.lii.
Ulaeftae end diabetes.
inKni'Jtuiaeae it ratal to the kidney, the body
waaiot away, destroy! lite by aUnatlou of the
ThaCMtttsi eowimencea with fruaiient eafma In
paaa water, area) th rat, constipation, Ion ol
trengthandSeah. . . !
. AstoaiahloK cures of dropsy hate been effected)
Brlck-dintdepoilt.lnriamatlon crtheneck or the
inaodcr, aicait, and ouiy aweumgv. rot the
liter n la orsurpaaaed.' It Will allay (JlinnamaJ
tionof the kidney and urinary orseoa In twenty-,
four hoorif Klrtmr Immediate relief i alto, a acv
let fever It prevents th kidney fromcongesllnir,
and retnoToa aU (race of albumenerla. It will
give relief In all catea oT high fe?er. . i
EDWARD DUNBAR, Esq..
General Agent at the Spring!, Waukesha, Wis.
Header, If you are arUiclod with any ol the lore
going dlieaioa, write to the undersigned., Ilia
advice will caatyouoothlng; he oaabv chemical:
analysis poiaee himself ofa cle knowleato of
any ipdUIdualcase-r-noiaatUurol bow long etaad.
Init. Ills Wonderful dUcornrv ruthn,Uflnrl
Water la a' positive remedy , for the foregning
Wt.MVMMI. . HHUin IKMIVU M UU VIP IiK UiMlIll
tor It Where ever uaed. Thlaaratar hi thn. an'
'good effect at the vemotoat part of ma country,!
cal of It) roediclnal qualillee by paokaga or traas
portation. Dlrectiona how to tue tbe water and
circular will accompany eacsr package ordered.
Addreaa, JtlCUAKI) DUNUAR,
33S Pennsylranla-av., ,'Waabtngton, D. 0.
Or Edward PldKOeMeralManager ntthe
Springs, WtukHiha? Wti. " r
Agenta wanted everywhere. clW3m
Just published, In a sealed envelope. Price, 0 cts.
i A lecture 5a the natural treatment, and radical
esrOof Saermatorthek or Bemrnel Weakneai. In-
volunUryiPmUsions, Bexual Debility, and Impa
demeeta to, Marrlago generally ; .Kervooaneta.
Donirnmptron; 'Epilepsy, ami J-ila; Mental and
i.rKifjKurw:puiTf rvsuiuiix irom aeir auuae,
oto,, by.KoU. J. Cttlrerwell, M. V author of the
3j;ee1n,Ildok.",elc., , .
. .Sfni.upder anal,' injplainnnvelope, taailaoU
area,- poatpald, on receipt of alx cent, vr two
postage atarapaby'Ctras. J". C. Kline' Co., 1ZI
llowery,New York, rottoffice box 4,SS0. "
i )tl8da mw3 "
, EOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
i Curei rnlift and ffrlntitu
VIUTCOXD'S) In the bowels, and fa.
lllltatei the process cf
- Mrs, fBubdnei o.On volslonji
vTUITVOMtt'KJ and ovarcomoa .all dla
" Hyrap. J .;1tu' merdent' to in-,
i I f aula and children.
..i! s ( .Coreedlarrhfgs, dlsenn
nnntuau's j iory ana summer com.
I Hyrup. 1 plain tin children of nil
i Ii la thb Oreat Infant's and Children' Soothing
Remedy in all disorders brought oa by Teeihlog
or any other cause, ' Propareaoy the
GRAFTON MED1CINECO., St, Louis, Ho,
' -Sold bv Driiffa-iais and' Dealer In 'Medicine
tVIIOLEHAIiE' DEPOT t'
NATURE'S GREAT RESTORATIVE.
. . .
i N, yt. CORNER EJPltt' AND RACK flTS,
1 PlilHsdolpkln, Vm.
It'la a Ulable',raaai'ly,Medj.
flclal reaulta. It it actrtaln, prompt tad tpeedr
emedy tor diarrhea, dyaerlt,cry. bowels compiled
dyspepsia, lowneta Of) apriM, falntingt, kick
atomacb, headache, etc.! Forehillaand fever ot
all klndt, It la far better and safer than quinine
Without anv of lta ncrnlcioua effects. It effect
and will Counteract 'the effects Df TlqUor lnaf w
minutes. At indlajiutable.evldenceofltt m
cal oroportles,.wtiJipptnd a few ofthemuuy
tlflcatet In our potsossion t
Johnson's Depot, East Tenn., and Va. K.
i onn. i , ui.
Jicoa Bctttsn, Mtvj-lVarHirt I nave used th
Bitters I have obtained Irom you, and Cod them
lo be all thev are recommended to lie. I found
one bottle to afford meeenafderaVIe relief; 'I Jt
atthoaih I cannot tip very well without thern, in
m y pre tent aiaieui ncaiiii.
D. MKNKJi;. ISJHouthCth St., Phlla.
1 1 . ... ....:. ( . ,11. .
I MHII IHlll,iK..JIlllKVIimVM,
Isold hV.P; AllenJS Mm iJxctjDubuquj
JAMES , JjjNjEpY,
iiousE mover' And builder
Is preparol to do ull kinds 'or, .
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
f P i ;
UKiAIHlMll Or KVKItV DltaCRlPTION
ON Tlla, UOtt aXAtUNAIItp, TVINtV li
OUD1CHH left at the residence o't MK atojin jdy jj
on Center atreet.weat door to tlier sfcnw
... .i il
house, or addreaaed to the care of P. O, llox It
orth llullotlu oltice, will receive prompt atten
SAVE TWENTY PKR CENT
My buying your
TJ ILSr 1 1? XT EJ
. "'"Mjl'io:; 1
j FUKITU lE'FACT0R Y,
WaMtlRBiii-tiv., Jfr-ar I'attMmMe)!!,
''.".",A " ' "
Ja,, , '
Mettn. Elolih6fl Bmtheradeiir to'inform the
cltltens oft'alro that lhy aro, inanttlaetarlng all
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And have now on linn, I aud fur aalt, at
WtiolraAlp mill Rrlnll,
ill II , ii ji
all kinds, and will conllutte lo keep at their
ALU ROOMS, IK Til KIR MKW UUII.UlNd,
Every ditcriptlon of cheap nnd costly lurnllure,
WMarble Topped Bureaus,
Wardrobes, Bofa Chairs,
S"lxnng'ji,elr , etc.,
Which they will guarantee to avll
TWENTY PKR CENT. LOWER
Than they can lie bought from any other dealer in
the city, "(lire them a call and eatltiy, your
aelf. I JyUiltf
CORNER 'SIXTH ami WAI.NUT-ST.,
(Entrance ou Hlxth-st.,)
F.'Ji OakeJ,. )
,,H. CCady., . J- CINCINNATI, OlliO,
E. B, Lodwlck, J
OAKE3, CAOT A CO. Proprietors.
COMHKRCl AI.-AVrs'UK, OPPOSITR V. o.,
josxrit nAYLiss, : ; : : : pttoritiETOit.
TriE House is Newly Fiirnisiied
And offers to the pull la first-clat aconinioda
tlona at reasonable ratci.
Opposite the Postofflce, onHlith Htreet Utween
Washington and Ojminerctal avenuen,
Thla home has been ttiorouaMv -over-hauled.
Irefuruithed and renovated, nnd is now open for
the reception of guesta. The rooms are all large
anuweu venmaieu, ami inauuure new. nil km
'kept nlghtand day, M1W. UAFFNET,
CENTRAL II 0 USE,
Vlllst ltlda-c. llllnola.
TIMOTHY COYL, Proprietor.
is one of the best and fin est saloons In the rnuu
y md it aupulied ,with the best wlnee, liquo
,nd lager boor, VThe proprietor Invite a pmronag
firomfalng o treat them his patront well nnd t
tlve them tbe beat in tho thou whioh 1st he best
n Villa ltldgt. . Jy'stf
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET
i i ,
CHAN. UAYKH t CO.,
1 1 i
EEP constantly on hand the best of beef,
nork. mutton, veal. Iamb, sausaun. nuddlng.
.etc. Fresh white, lard In any uuuutity, corned
.tlsef, etc., always on hand. '
uruvn uruiuiHijr iiiiuu, urn. b.ii,im.i,wh -
JAMES KYN ASTON,
statelier and Denier 1st all Hlsida 1'reals
Coasis NiNrttiiiT'il Alio Portia STi.r.T.
' CAlUXILLiINOIS. ,
rUYH tnd tlatightert only tho very beat cattle,
Jtj hogs aqd sheep, and Is prepared to till any
demand for frealr moats from one' pound to ten
thousand pounds. de?20tf
inv it- r
BBtlEH AND DRV GOOD!.
" FAMILY GROCERIES .
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, KTC,
Has lust roctlved a hcavj stock, of Boots nnd
Bhoos, Hosiery and Notions,
FOR SALE FOROASU VERY CHEAP
Ho also has . H i,yn,nl,y arccerU" 01
CORNER SKTH-ST. AND.COMMER
"(r f oiAL'-AV.,
'iSOOKB, pamphlets, briolt, catalogues, news
U DanerK. Iki ll.tK.'and'everT Vtrietv of mten.
!Tv printing contraotod for, and promylly and
tpeeifily executed, In the Bulletin book, lob;
OORH nANir, ETCi
W. W. THORN T'O'N, j
, , BLINDS, WINDOW GLAM, j
; m .
a. jx. JV.J.N JU laTT JatB JBK
Office on Tenth St.,
"'een ('nmmwrrUISkaaal Waatai. AU
II W. JOll n'tl Imrma-..l OnKA. a
till " VI
If ATJTi i -v-rv arrvn t TT-at-i-tTii!
i i .
ol every description,
T fl. If ntltlTM.nn .
DOORS. SASH. nr.WTiH
a . . !
O 1 K A M It ll A T I i TI M TI V t? '
Furnlthe.1 on shortest notlca.
FIRST NATIONAL BAN
III' tfAIBO. j'
HOIIKKT W. Hit, I, HI!, Vice-President;
C. N. HUfllinS, CAihler.
COLLECTIONSJiPJlOM ITLY MA DhW
EXCIIANllK. coin, bank not.a and Unitelcl
Ktatea tecuritles bought ans) auki. i
Intrrmt Allowed ou Tina Bwpastlsa.
Uiarlerrd Mareti 91, 1NII.
CITY NATIONAL DANK, CAIRf
A. II. HAFFORD, President i
H. ti. TAYI.OIt. Vice-President;
W. IIY.1I.OP, Hecrttarr and Treasnrer.
P. W. IUaCLAT,
F. 31. Htockvlsth.
ii ... . n u n .. .. u
It. M. Ci'ioitsaiiiM,
w .- H.lllDlT
J, M. I'mttim.
neaoDl in or amy Asstastsst rlvet rrot ;
r.H BlnWAM '
I WTt-UPiT .. . I . .n .1 II.. M.n .IT.
. i,oei.viii. iivr buuuiui w.ivii iiinu Kr....it.l.
ir I i iiiifigK. IIV. .imui. u . nuniuiuii
.M.lalv In llta r.t ill. ,l.,i.ll. lliMP.ll
5,IIM(1 IIICIH U U 1. IM.V...
ui.iirn wnuirwn pkimiivh wky
SO THAT MO OUt IUI CAM SS1W IT.
II... .. 1 . 1 1 . .1 . u nwm 1 . m 1.1 r. m .
anu eaiurnav evening lor Davinu viirunn
only, from o to B o ciocsr.
W. HTBLOP. Treaaurer.L
III U.I.'. C1III1V 'MAIBitailUAI. I!
I . . . - I r. .
CAIRO.' ,11, 1,X0 IN.
I orricsas t
W. P. HALLIDAT, Preslilhi" C
A. II. HAFFORD, Cshlr t . v v, .- ,
u-ii vvm uvulrtri ..t.Uni riKhirr: I
DiatOTOtitl oT. I ,
R-tt iti Tavijik. i MOItaT
BoottWhiti, w.r,nu.iiii la 1
KIcnAIIKf. voim H -
i - r . X 6 1
, 1 ' 1
IEPOfllT8 received, and t)'UB.',ln3
J business done. ' ". ii
CARlT L, THOMAS,
In prepared to do nlfklnils of pTidnind ora
mental j f
KALSOMINING, PAl'ER HANGINt
sion1 wniTrNa. mo..
At flgtret wbleb defy all competlon, and In th
highest style tf tbe painter! art.
SHOP IN THeTeBRY HOUSE,
COBNBK Or COUUHHCIAL AVKktDK AN!
JtlOUTU HTHKE T.