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THE CAIHO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23,1871.
Wnslilngloii-nv., Svnr 'oslniii Itniisi
h)itl BnifkeMilciIre to Infoim the
iro IM! ihry arv minuiiriurina; u
PLAIN AND FA.VCV FURNITURE
Ad I liii' now on h.iB-1 and for lit
' 1 It IioIosmIc mill l! lull.
ill kindi, tmi will continue lo keep nt their
SALES ROOMS, IK Tlir.llt NEW llfll.MNO,
Every dioription of cheap ami ootlr mrnilurr,
VrM Tupped lUtrmu;
4J-Wrilroli Snfa Chair",
iS.iofas and Matrstne",
tfi-Loungc, etc , etc.,
Which they w ill guarantee to sell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can lw Iwiight from any ntber dealer in
th citr. Oirc them n call and stify innr
fell. ' Jji-IH
"Wednesday Mousi.no, Auoi.-t 20, 1871.
JoH.N It. OUERLV, Kur.u on pew inrn.
Trux or nit Pun lit li i ti :
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Orieyerby carrier, in advance to no
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Cure; theonynoritindalitin'Siith'rt, I'ltuti;
n twli-aitaU Mtnal; rmall, bat fmrlfi ; ...(.
i;Am cm alt f;,ift of lifta u tU t4if ;
IriM a largt and Mtrxrwr a'rtla'im, lh Hulle
lm ultnlj tU pa(niiagt at uitMienl .il, ., ami
ctltrpnnng Omien men.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY JIL'LLETIN.
John II. Oberly A Co. nave reduced the ttib
n'fiction prire of the Weekly Cairo llulleti to
tHe frjlar per v-vu. in illicit llic chiapest pa.
per published In Southern Illinois.
For J'reniilrnt lcll!,
JAMES 11 DOOLITTLI-;
.Vnt; Me tsto the mtuinal thin,
Tht Vw York Woillonrteimiir lioowuu,.
"H'urccord t u, ronihitni and untnr.
nlihcd that .it may tie likenttl In a ttraight
nrnwn across u puizica clear beam
iiwjtfOT'rf by the Jluetuatin-i atmaviUrr
o American politics, through the pal
iw, III J34-.
"1.1'tuafccthy theHouU.iM. irmlltH ,rniio.e( lo
iu ) uie. Jim e 01 iJiiiut,, ,ner ,-..y p-
hiwe In the enale 'IVI..I .hull l, .i,,',,,. Wllh
'V O"'! the people , I U.uum ' tli.-r.. ei"
pi'-I-erlyj make l(,em t-Uw.." There wn, ,h
wr.huOM iitd, would liau- tnndi- tin m
Uve iolhnri.i,lm... IliiiCimi. Hi,-, !,...
e.-heif b uriKle lino liu I,-, hi- nameiin
iiioiial, mud. "t-enattimJettii'iiiKknlliein fellow
i. .I".'.V 'he power iinilKlnry ot
iiriin of their roUllion mid Iumi t uewed ll.eir
ullei(nee lb the uninn uiul !.. tlu.. .............
K.iiilli.rii people our teHj.w-cilizn.," und lliua
i"uiioiy oi me iiutiiiu."
nr. v.iitiiiiiuu oiaio meeuon takes
..Inn., .in Mn,.lni..t.i.H T.tt. . 1 11
'I'm. rvitr.....:.. t-.. . , ..
oipviuira iii,iMie weet; irom
next Tuesday. The Chicago 7',(7,
concedes tho .Stale to the democracy
with the not very flattering remark that
however much the party doerves t
' be beaten in California, the chance
' "io that it will not bo." The Tribune
ih revere, but its sting(will bo cured by
eruy ot its prediction.
Tup. lticliwoml Whig is out with
tilan hv U'liini :.. . ..
7 f 1 propopeu tliat tlio
un.led htntes shall pay to the Southern
Rtates 83.0f)fl.(Ki(i (ififi m i...
, ' l""", 4UIUI) OI MIC
Mttvo iiopulutjon at the time of their
" fei'iviim mm hiuvi.
u coiihtitutional right, and aB lt.u ,m
... . . 7 "f ",u K'Acriinieiit
without liideiniiification to the i,ii,.;.t
I1UL 1JU 1111 It Ma. if'll tl
....I H'l... lir, . ...
,." ""'fuys this is a subject
on which the whole south will be uni
ted, and referring to it as a political
'ungiHuewium,. to achieve a re elee
' tiobyjucoording Wub all and more
than wo ask. At any rat0i u i(t t,
'best trump out, and if judiciously
tJrtvnil tiinv win ihn on, .. n .
Grant couceivca it to bo his best card
lie will play it. Tho threo lilllou of
mono.v, belonging to tl.o ovcrinnetit
and not to Jiitn.-clf, wil', mi in'a ojiiiiioii,
Lo lliu stnnllc-.it consitloriitnni involved.
lIoiiAi't: GitKi;i,t:v gfirrtd tip a lior
iioI'm nofl wlicn lio nhKcrcil TJipotloro
TilinnVnMict lions in t lie Golden Jgen
id the former's views on the vntioiM iih-
)cclRof tlic wonmn ueliott. And e.t
pecinlly did 1'0 Jittt hk loot in it when
La made Unit lift unfortunate KUgtres-
tioii nlioiit eltoofing woinnn ns uie
proper tttitdidutc of tlio woman tsull'ra-
iriHts fov the mcjtulency, "one who
eotild overbear her shr'mikiig inr,ile.ty
ami nonimiti) hcrclf." The uiiiu'h-
takable reference to Mrs. WootUutU,
whom i he defiiiitted as "the woman
with two huxbands after a surt." rottfcd
that indomitable t-iieeiiiien of her clash
to .vitafenco of hcr.filf ami a dc.-nc to
hit bae!. at Mr. (Jieeley. Hhe has done
it. "NViiliout the least comnunution of
eonscienee, lr?. Woodhull lut". cdito-
riaiiy. eutereu tno lamiiy eircic oi .nr.
(ireeloy, lifted the curlaiu which has
heretofore guarded it and its secret
from the public eye and disclosed to the
world "that 3Ir. Greeley n liunio lias
ahrava been a sort of domestic
'hell." Courteously apologizing to
.M rs. Cireelov. s-he intimates that
that lady is a modern Zantippc,
and follows the intimation so clo?cly
with an observation that "whenever,
a nervous, unreasonable or even devil
ish tendency is developed in a wife, it
is well to scrutinize closely the quali-
tfes of tlie husband,"' that it is difficult
o e-'cape the inference that Mrs. Grec-
ov, alas for Mr. Grcely, has theso de
cidedly inplcasant tendencies. Hut
Mrs. Woodhull, always consistent and
true to her tes, docs not lay the blame
of Mrs. Greeley's shortcomings on that
lady's own shoulders. It don't belong
there, Mrs. Woodhull sayi.
Its rightful resting place is in
the "total incapacity for appreciating a
true w;omanV nature", "the senseless in-
'diTercnce to all aspirations of wife
' and daughters," "the callous manish-
' ness" of the philosopher himself, wlio
even though a philosopher, is according
to Mrs. Woodhull, "a senseless brute of
' a man." But this is not the worst. It
has always been believed that Mr.
Greeley was deprived of live out of sev
en of his children, by tho dispensations
of Providence. Not so. Mrs. Wood
hull attributes the loss of five out
of seven of Mr. Greeley's
children to "the ignorant bigotry of
'3Ir. Greeley himself, blindly and stu
pidly unconscious, which first wrecked
' the happiness of a wife, then the har
mony of a hsusehold, and finally
abridged the lives of five out of seven
of his children." Wretched Mr
Greeley! how the hornet.? must buzz
about his ears. It is to bo feared the
worlil will not sufficiently appreciate
eosinopolitical Victoria's unmasking of
the deceiver and that he may still con-
inuo to be called the "great and good
Horace," but if so, Mrs. Woodhull
may console herself that this is nut the
first instance in which hypocrisy and
leeeit have flourished, while modest
merit has beea unrewarded.
Frank Iliatr fays .Missouri will voto
ngnin.t (Sen. Grant by a hundred thou
Carl Sqlmrzlmi been invited by many
eUketis of Nathvillc, Tenii , to deliver an
address in that city.
Col. Jataof Jl.Sflmvul eoulinues in tlio
field as a rupuUicuti candidnto ftr gover
nor of Now .Jersoy.
Tho Now-Votl; I't (jS Iiutler Is s
"politician without a policy, n ftittesman
without principle, nnd partisan without
modorntlon." Vet Ilutl.-r supports Giant.
Kx-Culloctor liHili-y is in London, llu
terribly fovoro mum tlm 'Tammany
thieven '' in N'cw-Yuik, but in silent in re-
ard tj tlio radical " irroKularille. " in tliu
lutiiigeinciit of fedurnl ull'.Jrs.
A l'hlliulelphla cut respondent of tlio
Now-York II'otM tnya " Wo lnwo daily
nmro and more satisfactory cividenco that
thu power of tin- admlnihtnitiiiu Is on tho
wane, and that IVmisylvanlu Is at tliis mo-
timnt tit thoroughly democratic us It was
in tlm days of Jackson."
'i in: maoa.i-nei,
Tlio I'.eUetie fur Seplumbor l Jut out,
and pnj.ents us wllh a very fctriking por
trait of Max Midler, tho distinguished lin
gumt and scholar. 'J'liene jioi traits ono of
wnien emijcllishes each iiumher, aro a spe
cial feature of tho llcleetie; and, inasmuch
ns .the subject is always u man of wldo
general roputatiun, they add very materi
ally to the valuo of tho .Magazine. Thoy
aru taken Irom tho bosl uieltires. and nru
engraved on steel in the best style of "lino
Tho tablu of contents ihU month is un
usually interesting, nnd includes ''Charles
I'likciik, a most valuable and tugticstivo
""; A History of tho Comiiiunu of Par.
The Tusinimiun Devil; Two Night-, in
Tl "xul l'rU"" ,,l,ri,, t'10 Civil War;
Ml. r, V lMvl -Michael Angelo and
J'lt.v, and n eapiui n,,"l,u"l
t'mler the Monntaln. ' c" ,wl
there n,e other tirtlele. and
ous editorial mlsclhw-v U'Uul l'-
Piiblllli.'d by J. it i.ullu, UH j
St., Now Vorl;. Price, ?5.00 per y,'
two copici, hinglo number. -15 cents
-.VcroWr for August u certuinlv u li.
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.", iictnrts irom tan
rtdii," l.vDr. IJccM. "-Morcntor, tlio l'ath
flndcr (if tlio Sen," Is Intonaely Interest
ing. J. 'V. Itoailloy contributes n graphic)
description of Jlounlnln Vlows nnd Atl
vctiturui." Admlrcra of lliiwthorno will
iwd "Scenes from tlio Murblo Faun"
with tiletisttro, and (ho curious In roznrd
Id .Splriluiilifln, will And entertainment in
"A Now Study of an Old Torco," by Jns.
Klolmrdson. "Vlioso Wlfo wns Sho?" Is
n story of exciting Interest and-tho pur
rent chanter of 'I Wilfrid Cfimuermcuo "
nro unusually retulnblo. Our space forbids
n recapitulation of tho cntiro contents of
Scrlbntr for September. " c can only say
Hint It eonlftlns Its usual quota of excellent
and various reading matter, nnd will bo a
lelightfiil literary companion for the
waning dnys of August.
We have inadvertently delayed to no
tice the receipt of the " lr llcview' for
August. Our sensations were thoso bf do
liirhted surprise on examining this number
of tho Acrici?. It contains threo olegant
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numerous less pretentious but very uttrne
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TJ1E CAltEEH OF A WASHINGTON
A 1IANDSOMK VILLI AN.
-UUKDKKKD IN A GUTTER.
Correspondence of tho Cliicnxo Tribune.
Cape Mat, N. J., Aug. 15, 1S71.
THE DEATH OF JACK M'CAUTY
The telecrnnh has advised you of tbo
murder of -MeCarty by a rival gambler
named D.trden, near Willard's Hotel,
Wasliincton. Thcso clmractcrs belonn to
tho political period, inasmuch usthov hnvo
moved benoath tho surface of Washington
society siiico the ttmo of tho war, nnd havo
trequently nppenrou above It.
burden is a tyro of tho Southern sport
ing man heavy, secretive, without social
pretension, and In the way of nobody ox
copt thoso who wish to try fortuno "with
him; hut, like his kind nt tho South, ho,
goes armed and is more ready to kill than
to quarrel. Ho has long fluctuated be
tween Richmond, Washington, and Haiti-,
more, keeping tho society of sporting
capitalists, and generally running a gamo
or a tablo at ono or more of theso places.
His den in Washington is n fow doors
from Willard s Hotel, and during tho day
he mny bo scon at his door or In tlio liquor
saloons of tho vicinity, a florid, quiet,
watchful man, of burly" size, and with the
appearance in his heavy blue eyes of one
who kept Into hour a'nd drank deeply.
Nature nnd habit havo stamped upon his
faco and figure .the Southern gamester'
guise; ho Is more than -50 years of age
dresses plainly, and Ids cralt is to hiia a
profession a bad profession, but with it3,
rr'jivte of " honor, and to be maintained
inidu of its conditions by " square " con
duct. Jack MeCurty, whom D.trden killed,
was not un to tho gnmblor's mark of man
hood; a p'ausiblo New-Yorker, young,
handsome, andnffable, with tho nature of
a thief and thn address of a gentleman.
Ho wore better clothes than any man In
Washington ; generally a supcrtlno white
overcoat with a black velvet collar, a large
and valuable ring, diamond studs, and
boots and linen ot irroprochable neatness.
Kid gloves, nnd hat perpetually new, ad
ded to Iiis outcast' splendor; his raven
huir and mustache called attention from
his pale, cowurdly oyo nnd white-livered
skin. He subsisted upon tho proceeds of
the shame of fallen woman, with whom
ho lived continually, not as ono Infatuated,
but as ono despotic and avarieiou. About
ono square from Warden's gambling hou-r,
MeCurty kept a brothel, a pair of rickety
brick houses, separated by an alloy and a
gate. It was ostensibly tho habitation of
.MeCarty's womnn-creature, n person to
whom ho hadonco taken a fancy and giv
en this establishment, watching over Its
management himself meantime, nnd
spending nil his nights there, whilo by
day, In elegant attiro and profuso with
monoy, ho loitered around tho Capitol, the
departments, nnd tho hotels, scek'ing tho
company of unsuspecting gentlemen
whom ho evontunlly decoyed eithir to
this den or to some gnmbling-tablo over
which ho hud control. This despicable
life, set oir with a carriage, the amiable au
dacity, tho dress and the liberality of a
seeming gentleman, wai, for a time, so
ntccessful that Jack MeCurty could keep
tho company of Kroprciontntivcs and .Sen
ators, iluring tho impeachment trial
hundreds of visitor to Washington con
versed, wulked, and drank with this pre
sumptuous man, whom thoy do not now
confound with tho unfriended corpso de
scended to its gutlor with a gambler's bul
let In it. b
Ho began in New York, nnd venturing
onco to givo somo impudence to a lottery
hanker, tlio imperious Mnrcun Cicero
Stnnloy, vru drivon bodily out of Now
i uri ciiy ny uruisors in Stanley's employ.
At Washington ho put up at Willurd's
Hotel and fell into the company of guests
liromlsCUOUSlv. Ton linmllninn l, nonni,
curiosity, Im "w,u ,u ft,t ordered out of
ho house, but thu acquaintanceship ho had
iirinod, nnd his usefulness as a guide and
protector iii low reports, kept him nbovo
the furfneu until his deecaso.
Klx months ago koiuo of tlm ganiblors ot
the city, and somo Indignant people into
whoso company McCarly had insinuated
himseir, had tho nmn arreted for maintain
inn a house of ill.tame. Tim 0i.b,.r,i..
detail of hU dally lfu woro runorsolcss-
iy ruvemeu, now ne umitud tlio feinala in
mates of his den, becauso thoy wero not
more industrious at their cnill nt'. tl Tl ft limit
he kept men of family prisoners there
refusing them liquor to allovlnto tho re
lapse irom uniniiiinness, until they signei!
I,,it, .i,virv n , (,-iiuuk, IIIH1 nt llljt WOril
kicked out betrtrars. All this, ho It
hcred, at Iho central spot of tho American
Capital, and more or less interwoven with
tiD'nirs of public business I
.MeCurty, it is said, blackmailed hisfor
Ojicr respectable acquaintances to givo
bond and pny oxponccs for hl.n In his ex
tremity, and, although found guilty and
remanded for sontenco, ho in somo man
ner escaped and took to tho street, full of
resentment aiilnst Dardon and tho gani
blors of Washington.
liimt night within a stono's throw oftho
dons of both, thoso dull; morchuntt In the
piuhlons and rr.iiltlr,, of human kind clos
Uii their carcors. In ,o nud vloloneo
I they rushed furiously togothur) nml tho
I moio ngllo incensed MeCurty pructleoil
Ihu science in which ho hud tnkon Ii-ksohh
v muny it pnzu ngui upon tlio lioad of
.";Vlor adversary Speedily tho pistol
- 1 ot tho rjouthcruor equalized conditions.
Tho ono man, with a faco gashed nnd
streaming blood, stood n graduated tnur
doror nbovo luo tumbled carcass of his
enotny, whoso mlscrablo soul had not far
to descond, ao deep in lioll had boon his
birth nnd youth- In tho rich nttlro whlolt
hud always distinguished him, tho ngony
and tho death embracing In his handsome
face. Jack McCnrty wont out of infamy
by tho appropriate door, too baso to point
a moral or adorn nlalo.
war ON'-riiribiiuucu of rome-
THE CATHOLIC DEPARTMENT
OF THE MINISTRY 0E1'UI3 T
LIO WORSHIP AI10L- I H
THE VI ItST HLOAV BrU diAT THE,
CATHOLIC OHUUUIl IN THJi GiSU
MAN EMPIRE. '
(Prom tho London pbctnlot, Augusts.
Prince Hismarck has doclnrod war on
tho Papacy, and Is carrying on tho cam
paign with nil his 'accustomed vigor, and
oven moro thatu his customary Uct. It is
'of exceedingly lillle use, as far as tho
influcuco oftho Papacy is concerned, to
tight it with material wenpons. Homo re
sents deprivations of property .or power
with'a bitterness which, though not op
posed to her theory, is Bomowhat boncath
lior dignity as n church certain always oi
supernatural support, butno such depriva
tion has evor otl'ectcd his Intellectual or
spiritual Influence. She is stronger in
Ireland, whoro she has not n road, than in
Austria, whoro sho is still mistress of
magnificent revenues. If sho could but
win over tho pooplo, a very fow yenrs of
management by a priest-hood which nev
er dies, never wastes, and never makes a
sccuniary blunder, would vory soon replen
ish lior treasuries; and, to do nor more jus
lico than most I'rotostanU will, it is not
for wealth, oxcopt as an instrument, that
sho lights. To wound her spiritually, and
it is tins, unless wo misread nis decrees,
that Prince Bismarck, with characteristic
boldness, is attempting to do. Of courso
ho cannot excommunicato hor or preach
now dogmas, or sot up a new church; but
ho can makaechism casy, can try if there bo
not strength' enough in tho "Orthodox
Catholics," as tbov call tbomsoWes, to set
up a soparato and, so to speak though
tha words involvo an'absurdity a Tou-ton-Cathollc
Church. Ho has, thcroforo,
as a first blow, declared in Parliament and
in ills olucial gazettes that no regards the
Ultramontano Church as hostllo to tho
State, bos broken off all relations with it
"not purely political," and has desolved
tho Catholic Doparttnont of. tho Ministrv
of Public Worship. Tho effects of this
decree, which in another might bo small,
Is in Prussia to deprive Catholicism of
any placo in tho groat burcau-cracy, to
leave It without oflicial defenders, to re
duco to tho lovel ot a dissident sect, and to
placo its atlnlrs, so far as thoy aro consid
ered at all, undor the control of a Fortes
tant. This is tho view taken of tho order
by tho whole Ultramontano press, and it
nas neon lonoweu up ny a letter rrom tno
Minister of Public Worship, Herr Mullcr,
to Dr. Kremcnz, Hishop of Ermland, in
which ho is understood by Catholics to
declaro that tho State will etlll treat as
Catholics any porson inhibited
for rolcctinr: tho infallibility
dogma; will decline in tho caso of all
whom it pays to enforce even disciplinary
punishment ; will ovon as has sinco hap
pened in the caso of Father Krnminski,
excommunicated by tho. Bishop of JSreslnu
restore a dissident to tho possession of
his cure. Moreover, Princo Bismarck is
actively supporting Dr. Doellingcr in
Munich, wnero tno Lioctor, through excom
municated, and, indeod, at the head of a
schism, has Just been elected Hector oftho
university uy tno. votes. ot Jiuy-four pro
fessors to six, and whero it is still doubt
ful whether Couut Bray will not be upset
by tho liberal Princo JUobenloho. Clearly
tho idea at tho bottom of all theso acts,
tho only ono by which wo can explain this
otherwise needless readiness to arouso
poworful foes, is that,tbo mighty Chancel
lor hopes by withdrawing all Stato pres
sure In favor of tho Ultramontano cause
to soo a separatist Catholic Church, spring
up in Gormany Into vigorous life.
It is very difficult, Indeed impossiblo
for nn oulsido observer, to decldo impar
tially as to the chancospf Princo Remark's
success in this immonso attempt to act in
a regiou which end would have supposed
to be beyond the sphere of his genius , but
it is possible to describe tho forces work:
ing for and against him. Princo Blsmark
knows his people, nnd ho may bo assured
of support as yot unseen,, and vory fierce
rollgiou9 difleronccs have not prevented
Gorman unity; but If ho fails ho will have
to run immonso risk; that of Introducing
in his new omniro tho olemont of reliclous
hostility, of grcatlng In Parliament, in Po-.
land, in Havana, in all tno jatin courts ot
Europe, a party which cannot help dosir
ing ill to his great structUro. Tho' State,
of late, has won many battles with tho
Church ; but if it forces the Church, as in
Spain, Poland, Scotland, rural Bolgium,
Ireland nnd Naples, to iuontiiy itself with
tho democracy, victory will havo boon
purchased, from tho Bismark point of
viow, at a tremendous price.
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HI ON WRITING, ETC.,
At Hun rc v, hlch defy all compelled, nnd In tho
highest mylo tf tlio pnlntor'a nrt.
SHOP IN THEPERRY HOUSE,
CORNER OF COMMERCIAL AVENUE AND
KIOUTH STltEE T.
HOUSE MOVER AND BUILDER
In prepared to do nil Kinds of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
REPAIRING OF EVERY DE80KIPTIOK
on tio: must nrn-ikAiiir. irumr.
ORDHUfl left nt tlm raahleneo of Mr. Kennedy,
on Center atroel, n,.t ,nr to ti-o new nclioul
orUm llullollii ottlce, will loouivo prompt ftttou
W. II. MOllIUc, It. . CAVl.tt-
Notory Puhllc, No. Pub. nnd U. H. Com.
U! . .... " it.'.,n)l
. li itLj' '-
1 -l.. r. I
( ,'" -tTJflnABTFqni), ,
Ae's .'. t5,M9,tbt 07
,' . NORTH AUERtCAl'PA
AMt9- ..(.I,... i,783,C0 00
Acts;M.,.i-..'...A..- .5,644,210 Tf
Ansel?.,., ........ ....1,781,148 85
, INTERNATIONAL, X. Y., I
Assets... 1,343,398 17
Assets- h- - J1J.C7J 8
Assets i 919,771 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets .900,000 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL L1F1S,
Asset .......- J0,CM),000 W
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Aasets. 1,(00,000 Ot
RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE
AiMta ......-...,.......,.... 900,000 (X
Assets .C30CJ CS
SAFFORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Ohio I-Trr,
City National Sank, CAIItO, ILL-
FIRE AND MARINE
I IsT S TJ A. IT O E
NIAOARA, N, Y.,
Asstts .11,4:C,16 2f
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
A(,eti 1,008,71 7$
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Amets 726.92 00
KKPUI1LIC, N. Y.,
Aasot - - 714,923 00
Comprising the Uoderwritera' Agency.
YONKERS, N. T
Asiet 878,491 li
Assets 493,193 X)
FIREUEN'H FUND, 8. F.,
Asielii 078,000 00
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Assets I,432,tt0 W
STORK, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls tad Car
Koei, iniared at rmtea ai farorahle at aound,
permanent security will warrant. i
1 respoctlully aalc of tho cltlseos of Cairo,
atiare ol their patronaie.
c it. ncaniM,
Office at First National Bank.
WIN EH Ann MUtJOIU.
WM. II. SCHUTTER,
Importer aud WbolcMle Dealer 1st
TOBACCO & CI&AES.
Agent fur tho best Iran Ja of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Ale or Ulireretil HltitlN.
. 75 Ohio Levee,
tl CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
F. M. 8 TOO KF LET II,
st'ccissoB roui.1 a sTOcxrLiTii
'Rectiryer nnd Wkolowile Dealer ss
Forelaju aud Uoiiicallc
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Levek,
Hriisuriv(.u Ulo.-k, 0lftO, 1 LLINOIB.
TTKkeepaoq hand conNtsnlly full stock 'of
xuix jvvmucKT uouroon, kvu hiiu iiuuuuku'
hi'la WhlHklea, French Uraudtea, llollaud (lio,
iiniiiouod uuiuornia winen. junvu
FOR SALE, I Kr BJe ( FOR BALE,
FOR SALE. J ForBrjalFOR BALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londonderry,
Faro from Glasgow
Faro from QueenhtoWN
TO CAIRO, ; : t : ; i : s $4;8.2 0
Hullonl. Murna A Can , Agnnlii.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Flour nnd Orlat Mills,
. Hun Mills,
The "Tupber" I'uloat Orato bar,'
4Ma)1!INERY FOR (IENK11AL PURPOBI,
OOItN, HAHII, r.TCl
W. W. THORNTON,
BLINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
i i : ' i
'Office on Tenth St.,
J ..I, fll V,fl,.. .'-,''
Hclsrccu C'oiiiiiirrclnl anil Valilii;(ii
CAIEO. IX. X,
AOENTa'.Ior Jloelc ItlTcr IMper Compnny'a
.!.,' !". r,;l"nd tluartit.Vmont.
.nil """' '"'proven scoonuK niwayi on
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol cury deKcrlptlun,
LATH, Sn INGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Furnished on shortest notice.
Corumcrcial-av, bet. 10th and Hth-sU,,
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
I Cures colic nnd griping
ll'SJ In the lxveln, nnd In.
ciiiiaien toe process ui
eaca Incident to In-
L fnnta ami children,
r Cures diarrhea, llen.
iery unu summer com.
pla:ntlnchlMicn ol all
It li tho Great In Tint's nn-l Children's Foothlniz
Remedy In all disorders broiiclit on hyTeeihlng
orany other cause. PrepareiTliy lliu
GItArTC-N MKDICINK CO., bt. Louis, Mo.
Sold hv DrllL'L'l-tl and Dealers in Mi 'leinc
CELEIiRATLD HITTER CORDIAL
WIIOLliALK DEPOT i
NATURE'S GREAT RESTORATIVE
N. W. COP.NEH FDTH AND HACK BT.S.t
Bit la a rellahlo Family Medicine, and ran U
aken Ijt either Infant or ac ull with the sanio beet,
ficUl results. It is aeertain, promtitnil ipeedr
emeuy lor uiarrnea, uyauniery, uoweis comifieu
dapepiia, Inwneis of spirits, faJutinrs, aick
wiiikii, iiea-iftuiit.', uic. r urvoilis auii iuvpt 01
all kinds, It la far better and safer than quintet
eithout any of us pernicious eflecta. It cllectc
an anrxtlte. nroves n DOwerful dluestor of food
aaa win eounieraci im euwva oi liquor innr t
minutes. As indliputahlo evidence ofiti m
caj properties, wo append a few of the muny
iincaies in our possession i
Johnson's Depot, Kiut Tunn., and Va. K.
Jacob ScnriTf. Esq. Dear Bin I nveused tti
Bitters I have ohiaiiied liom you. and find them
10 uo an inoy are recommcnueu 10 ne. i iouik
ono bo It lu to allord me considerable relief. I tee
aathounh Icaunotdo very vicll without llicni, to
ray present auue oi neami.
-s '.U --.fllL ..I TM. ti
ll. iur-iii-JC, iunuuiiiuoi sv,, j una.
Pastor Baptist I'Miyuiik Church,
Bold by W. P. Allen, Sn Main street Dubuque
HOW LOST I HOW RESTORED
Just publii hed, In a scaled envelope, l'ricc, C els,
A IU-. llirU Oil 11IC lin,ui 1,1 iivu.iiii iii.nl,.. ,i,.,iu.
enrnof Hnermatorrhen or Homlnel weakness. In-
. ...... ...l...A1 ,..nn.AHl .! -nTrtnl
volunUry Emlaalon,B()xiial Debility, and Impe-
Consumption, Epllupsyi uud 1-ita; Mental nnd
Physical Incapacity, reaullinK from self nlmso,
etc., by Kobt. J, Culvcrwell, M. D nuthor of the
"urccn hook, cic.
"A BOON .TO THOUSANDS OF SUFFERERS.
Bent imder'sfal. in nluin envelope, to an nd
ilrpus. r-.sfnst(l. on reefiintof six cents, or two
postage, stamps, by Chan. J. C. Kllno A Co., 127
llowery.Ncw York, Postoflicc box 4,5b.
, tlM UlttJ
, DUNBAR'S WONDERFUL
BETHESDA MINERAL SPRING
OF WAUKESHA WISCONSIN
This water la the acknowledged euro of tho In
irnciaoie nuu iiieuiuiiit) uueaao Knoivuna ifi(iu
diaease and diabetes.
ll.lnl.,-d .Onna 1.. 1.1.1 l.l.l..A i.A.l.,
wautea away, destroys lilo by starvation of the
Dinoctes commences with frequent desires to
pass water, great th rst, constipation, loan ol
sirengin anu neun, .
Aulnnlsl.ini, nnrns nf ilrnnav lotvi, tutnti effected
lirlck-dustdepcalt.lullamnllon of tho nock of the
bladder, alkali, nnd gouty sweliinga. I'? "'
liver It Is UDaurpaBsed. It will allay R"l l,n, am"-
non o i tne ktuney sna unnnry '
r,,. ,.iu.r. i...n.iiDt, relief I Also, ft acur
let fover it pweiiu th. VXnorirIt wl
nnd removes all Iracea of nlbumcnorlft. IV Will
give relief in all MffWuSKkn. Ksa..
nnner.l AmntoU'16 Bpringa, Waukesha, Wis.
llZier If you are attlicted with any ot the lore.
Header, ., , r Irrned. Ill
ElilSo wlltcosl yo . 'not hiugT ho can by chomlcu
135Su rs- himself ol clear Knowledso ol
Sw'Uvhluul ease-no matter ol liow loiSh'nJi;
j'lJI. wonderful dlscovery-IUdlff
thai It haa at the 8prm t It never loses n parti
calef IW inedlqinal auallties by package or frans-
ptUIIUU. ilirCOIIOlia nun ''"-""'
circular will accompany eac k p auui jkm """",
Auureas, iwviiniwi I'www ,
3JS Pcnnsylvanla-nv., Washington, 11. 0.
OrEiUard P. lmnbar.GencTid Manager at tho
Spntigs, Waukesha, Wis,
ABcata vtautud everywhere. JvlSdJiu
SiwonTs. It laanoverfailedtydowluitheclaliiis
lo, it ; where ever nsod, This water lias the same
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER
:SSAYS FOR YOUNO ME
UK!! AT SOCIAL EVILS AND ABUSES,
of relief fir Ihncrrlngninl linforlunaU, discus'
and ilebllil ilf 'li Bent In sanled envelopes, fn e,
rluxiK'U Adure'ri, uowaru rvmunrv nm rissin-i
lion, No.il Houlh Nlntli Hl., Philadelphia, Fa.
A HOOK FOR THE MILLION,
A Pilvnte Counel
to the Married
thorn aboulfo mat
on tho piiysioiogi'
inyst pries nini rcvemuonn 01 in ruum iyr.
wllhtliolalestdlscovcrleslniiroduciliK and pr
twenty-four tintpi. with tmfnerous eustavlni
'i,iiu i-n.. ,.:. .-.i.. .. ...b..r,un,in,,iirriis
ftnd rnntnlhs v. m.i.1 .nri-i.-allf.,, fnr llinsc u
...w .tniiiivii ,,r uuiiieiniiiaie murrinK'-, r.m .
book tliat otuht to li under lock nnil key, and li
Deni ;o any one (rreo or postage) ror w ceni
Address Dr. Units' Dispensary, No. VI,
Klglilli aireet, Ot. Louis, Mo.
Nntlf-ntollin Aflllri.! -...I t..r.,vimiai
llcfara ftnnlvlnir lr Ihn'
ailverlisn In tne public jiaiiera or uaing nny (lua-
what your disease- Is or how deplorable your co
Dr. Iltitts ctirtii consult-,!, j,ersonaly, or
....... u.. ..... u,nl.B,- iiirmiuncii in iiis wnrh
Cliestunt f;t Ixiuls, Mo. mvudwlv
vmzi ci J, B. D0DBUI3,
A20 North Elijlilh St., Phlluda.
A color and drcrfaing tliat wil
1 1 li. !...! . ' .1
It docs not produce a colo
mccliiuiicuily, tw the poiHonou
It gradually restores tlio ht.
1 !l . ..I 1
1 1 l;i. 1
uy auwpiy iiijj new iiiu nuu vigui
It caiiKtM n liixiirmiit trrowt
of hoII, fine hair.
Thn host, nnd H.ifpst nrtin!
ni . 'It ji . .
ASK FOR DOB1JINS'
L 'l l r l J iiiiiiiii l t i i
THE BEST TONIC IN USE I
t i-i -t t ---xt 4 nv- linnini
Uiie lho-f only, ana ttavo nine, ncauii nu
trifinf.. 1 Osf I reunnl fnr ftnv o.e of ilinCUb. if)
any -lagownicn wj inn 10 cure
Dlt. RICH Al"H GULDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUIl
Dlt. RICHAfS GOLDEN ANTIDOTE
! th nnlv rpllnliln ilmr.ltlC.
Tliese remedies are not auvernteu to cure an
couinlaints. and benefit none ; but are guaranteed
loelfectn radical and speedd cuto In alt times ror
treatment lias railed. Tens or tlioutands yearly
recover by their use, who havo lost all hope, and
l-een nronnuncc-d as (mailable by tno best or onr
DR. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN DALSAM
no. i, cures incurs, ueqcriueu euro tuii'm nuu
mnlilli, soie eyes, cutaneous erupuous, ujiiper
n.lr.,-,l l.l,,rtli... .nri.nnr - nf ll-A sraln. Sl-rnrillu.
etc. It is tlie greatest renevator. nltvratlTO and
blood purifier known, removes all mercury from
he HVstctn, and leaves the blood pure nud
Dlt. ItlClIAU'S GOLDEN RAL9A5I, ,
No. 'J, curea mercurial atlectiont, rheumatism In
all Its forms, nnd gives Immediate relief in. all
Dlt. UlCHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE,
A radical euro for all urinary derangements:
Price, 1 1 per bottle.
DR. IUCIIAU'9 GOLDEN ELtXIR D'AMOUrt,
A rid leal cure for nervous or general debility, In
old or young, Imparting energy with wonderful
elfect. . - , .
Prico 15 per bottle, or two for V. ,
On receipt of price, these remedies will be atup,
ped to any place. Prompt attention paid to all
correspondents. Nonceentilne; 'without llip name
of ' lilt. UICIIAU'H OOI.DEN ltEMEDIIJS, D. II.
lttciiAiicj, hoIo proprietor," blown In glass or
Circulars s6nt. Trado Supplied as a liberal dls-
C0Addrc(i, Dr. D. B. Itichards, 228 Varlolc-at., N.Y.
WB-.-'end money by express or order goods
through your Druggist, and you will meet wltli
Dr, llattlnger, Hole proprietor nnd .manutacturcr
1410 SOUTH 7TU-ST.,
NT. IiOUISJKIWHOtmi. '
DR. BATTINGER'S FEVER
Ara tho champion me'dlclno.for the ours of Fevor
and Aguo, Dumb Ague nnd all othor-kinda ot
mnlaniil fovera. Thoy nru purely vegetable, cure
nulckly and peimanently. No person neod naio
Ilia lover u second timu, when theso drops can .bo
obtained. Pdco iior bottle, si.iS. Ask for -Dr.
llattlnger's Kover Drops,
DR. RATTINGER'S VEGETABLE
Are excellent in all cases or coatlvcness.'bllloiis.
nest and Impurity of tlio blood , they contain
neither calomel nor any other mercurial prepara
Hons i net quickly and produce no griping.
Price por box ascents. Aalc for Dr. lUlltlngoa
Vi'getnblo Ltvur Pills,
DR. RATTINGER'S DIARRHOEA
AND DISKNTERY POWDERS..
Aro n pleasant, quick and aafo remedy for all
kinds ol Diarrhoea and Dlscnteryaftllctlng adulu.
Prlco per box U emits. Ask . for.DrjJfat.
tingcr'd Dlnrrhooaand Dysentery Powderi,
DR. RATTINGER'S TONIO1 HHIlilS
Mako n superior stomach hitlers', vcry'uicftil as
a preventiio against malarial fevers and(cspeea.
Iy m atonlo in ennea nf general debility. Price
per packagH, -1 rents, Alc lor ltaltlnger'a Herbs,
For sale by all Urst-ClMS druggists and dealers
iu medicine. jysodtf