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THE CAIRO DAILY, BULLETIN, TUESDAY AUGUST 29, 1871.
Hi: A I- EKTAIBAOKST.
C. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL "ESTATE A GHATS
71 (ECOM) J-LOOB) OHIO l.KVKK,
Ill'V AND Sr.t.L REAL ESTATE,
FURNISH ABSTKACTS OF T1TLK
s I prepare Contetances of Kind..
viiin itMtM'. iiiiiioi".
TIMOTHY COi'L, Proprietor.
In one of the bout au.l Ilnet saloon in Ihp coun
t hkI Is nupiillml wllhlhe !' wlno", lianCTft
and laner beer. Th prnprlelorinTitr o iwitronace,
proml.iDRio treatlhein hl patron- well anil t ii
bIto the m tlif be.t In the shop-whlch la the best
in Vill Ridge. J2"f
CORNER SIXTH akd WALNUT-ST.,
(Entranco on Slxth-st.,)
11. u. tadr.
K. 11. LoJwIcV
OAKK, CADT 4 CO. Proprietors.
commercial-avenue, on-onri: i: .,
TlIK IIOUSK IS NKWI.V FURNISHED
And offers tn the puUic firsl-clnsa accotnmoda
Hot) nt reaaonablo rales.
Opposite the Ponlortiop, onHlxlh flrtrl lirlween
Wsihington and Commercial arrniies,
This home has been thoroughly orer-haiiled,
refdrulshed and renorated.nnd i now oncn for
the reception of guests. The rooms nro nil luw
and well rentilated, and fiinhiture new. Hatch
keptnlthtand day, MR3. f'.AKK.NF.V,
HOUSE MOVER AND BUILDER
Is prepared to ilo all kind, of
HOUSK MOVING, IIOUSK ItALSINU
HF.iAiniS() OV KVKUY IIF.SCHll'TlON
n tiii; mot nrAsnVAiav. t,rm
M'.Iir.II? left nt the ri'cliionec nl Mr. Krnncilr
J on (.Vntr hlreel, next iloor lo tlio new m liooi
nou.e, i r aiiiirea.pil lo tho rare of r. O. llox H
ror Ui lliillellii othee, will rooeivo prompt alle
Tuksdav 3fon.viN(i, Auiil'at 2t, 1871,
KUIN II. OHKUI.V, Kiiitor am IVm ihiikr.
I'i.bms or tii k IIailv llim.tiv:
ii r ik, by carrier,-
,ivcrbjr carrier, In advance til ii
cn nunlh, by r.-.nil, 7.1
Tire.' tr.onthi !J W
S x monlh.,.-...i....7....... 4 2)
t year, .... s mi
7 official taper oj Alttaiyler rvuntiianl of thitity o
rt ubU'tiu-ale imt rial ; tmnll.
but letirltit: out
simKen on all tuhiutt.of intercut
to thr puwte ,
vitk a tnrreantlinertaitift circulation, the JiutU'
tin noliciU the wtrtusl or lnUUijtnt tauten and
tntcrtmrinj luzineu men.
THE HOLLAR WKEKI.Y JIUI.I.KT1N.
John II. Obcrly A Co. hare reduced the mli
scription prieo of the Weekly Cairo llulleli to
Ont DUlar per mnum, making It tho chenpoKl pi
perpuUiihtd In Soutlicru lllinoin.
For r resident, 187:2,
JAIES R. DOOLITTLE,
Subject to the cfeeuion of the national dem
The New Vorl World on Kouator Uoolittle,
"His record i$ go consiident nnd untar
nished that it may be Uhtnrd lo a straight
line drawn across a puttlea clear beam,
unsicerted ly the fluctuating atnwphtrt
of American politics, through the past
I F un a tyrh l, Sewitor Utnliltle, MWtre.1 at J)e
Inif, In JC!.
"I.etuptliy theBoutliasCamtllliii proposed to
doi.y the people of Lnilutn after they had re
IHlul agniu.t Koine and had hen put down by
the ariine ut that ioer. Whea the qlientloii
aru.Binthe tfnate . 'Wht shall be dono with
Latum and the iM-opla of I.atlumV therowere
aoine llieie who nhouUdi "Coufin'ttte their
picpnty , make then) u." Theiu was, how
eer, uooe. that day who would haw. inoile then.
alaim to thelruwu lYe4. UmCamlllim, wIiok.
Meeehof a untie Una hu n.l. 1,1. r,,.,.,,,.
noital, aaidi Senators, Kt u inaku them fellow-
(iiiiena, ant lima vj i totlie liower and ulmv ol
Home!" Iel us. now that thevliaiH lui.i .r..u.:,i,.,
arms of their roMllou and hat renewed their
aneKiruee to me union ani me nK. make the
"jtniiuern p;ujoe our leiiow-eiuienn, hu1 thu
add to the poweranJulorr of the nation."
The most anxious man in Ohio
.Senator Sherman. His re-election to
the senate depends upon the result of
the election in that statu, and he
zealously working to get his friend
nominated for the legislature.
Thk Troy Whiff says that " Doctor
ureeley has evidently " caught the
presidential itch, and beirius to scratch
If he VcepB on scratching until the peo
ple consent to make him president,
there wou't be nnytViu; kit 0f hi,,,.
The custom receipts at the four yxm
cipal ports of the United States New
York, Philadelphia, Uoslou and Now
OrleanB now amount to more than
uur uuu a ubii minions a wcck, or
two hundred and thirty-four inillioim n
year. And yet tho monopolists tell us
wo cant take on" u few millions of
protective or eveu interest on the debt
to py. By making a proper uto of the
idla coin in the trtasuiy, the iutercst
cluVgnybo rctluwl in hundred
nntlrorpii inHHw"" a our before the
nnxl incoJlnis ofeon res-, or oven to lopfl
than n huiiilroi! nml six millions if the
report concerning thu new loan prove
true, nml Mill the extortioners wnnt to
l.iv the neoiile under contribution to
the nmount of two hundred mid thirty
millions, jut to pay the inlcrcstl How
long before tin excuse lor legalized
robbery will be worn out?
Ot'H reader) will remember the dis
patch which was cent to the Associated
Pre. n few days ngo, giving the ul
Glance of a defense of President Grant's
nepotism and avarice by Senator Mor-
. -w ii
ton, m n epcecli at .Louisville, unac
companied by any explanation of what
elicited it. It appeared gratuitous and
in bad taste. It seem, however, that
it was made in response to a powerful
assault by tho Hon. 1). W. Voorhccs.
lie allowed the president up as a man
of but a mii1o characteristic tenacious
avarice. No Asiatic priuco ever gloat
ed over his dreams of predatory wealth
with a greater satisfaction. This being
his approachable side, the conspirators
against the treasury and against pure re
miblican uovcrninent have not been
flow to find it out, and turn their dis
covory to personal Advantage. Their
obvious method was to offer him a part
nership in whatever they were planning.
The whole atmosphere of this adminis
tration is mercenary. This is the taint
of corruntion recotrauizablo in cverv de
partment. The San Domingo rohemo
lias been professedly abandoned, after a
second rejection by the senate ; but a
o.sn hM int sailed from New-York
earing a f-cconu iiunurcu anu nity
thousand dollars for tho lease of Sam-
ana bay, which is a lease without color
kept off the island at a cost to the peo
ple of this country, in open defiance of I
(Condeiued From our Kxchange.
A race courso hns been built within
covenicnt distance of Metropolis, nnd It is
much uevl by lovers of tho sport.
Mi's. McCartnovlntelv undertook to
light n lire with Kerosene und wns bndly
Tho Sunday laws In regard to paloons
nro enforced in Metropolis.
"Work on tho Normal University
commenced on Friday last.
Jitr Ellslm Hoyd, of O.xrbondnle, died
thero on the V!3d lust.
Tho citizens of Carbcndalc nro stttfur'
lng from n wnnt of water. Many of tho
cisterns of tho town uro empty.
Cnrbondnlc hns voted for eight months
sohool during tho ycur.
hteplien Hinitlilor fell oil a wagon
loud of brick, in Cnrml lust week, nnd
died of his Injuries while being carried to
Tho gallant young men of Curmi
take tlioir lady friends on plenjnro ercur
sious on tho locomotive.
Clmrles .Million, of Knlluld, fell lie'
tween two moving curs of a railroad train
last week. Hit bodv wn cut in two. Ifo
was into.vii'.itfd at the time.
Mr. Fruduricn (tremor, of liquidity
died roroutiy. The Slmwnectown .Uer
ciry,says ".Sim was burled at 8 o'clock
'Sunday night, with no ceremony othor
thun the ulleriiato lolliing of tlio church
bells at either side cf thu village. Tlio fu-
'nernl was largely attended and tho scene
''( verv solemn.''
The St. Luuh und Southeasturn Knil-
wny Company nro now constructing piers
and landings at Sliawneetown.
Tlio Oiillatln county Teneher's insti
tute meet in Shawneetowti this week.
Prince llUmarck Inn received a pros-
nt of n magnificent team of three white
ltussiau liurcos from the tierinans of Mos
cow, ilio horses are from thu eniiio stud
as those presented to I.ouis Najioleon two
M. Ouizol iiasitilte leeovered, and ox.
poets to live to celebrato tho ceiitenninl,
fourteen years hence, lie walks ten miles
daily, plaj s with children, listens to the
reading of Dhiiius' novels, eats prodigious
ly, writes vigorously, und without specta
cles: und tnku him a l in ul is ii verv
rumurknblu man for u Frenchmun.
Dclvrcluzo wun tllu noblest elinrueler
In the Commune, n trulv Komim tvne.
whosu ll(o was devoted to freedom, and hU
uoatn wns worthy of his nr.. Hero htlii. 1 m
letter lie ever wrote, lie had left thu Ho.
iei uu i iu, nnd im-ant to go on n harri-
cado und die. Two hours ufter this wu
"..mil uu was kiiieu, wlin n musket in
Ins hand :
-lY tiOOU SlSTKIi: 1 will not 1 ennnM
f crve as a plaything nnd n victim to victor-
-- .v.., x,lluu ,uu iur uupurting
before thee, who hnst sacriflced thy life to
UK! !n( I IT... I ! . ' ..
ous reaction. 1'ardon mo for donurtini.
nut iii me hiiv longer the
courngu to bear nnothor defeat niter so
many others. I unbrace thco it tliounnnd
nrV "I, Jri" .V y?nu0
..... ...v .-uu uu my noart beroro I
ft!,,. I? I1blJ',8ll.1L'0' m-v well-belovod
wston thou who hast been my only kindred
s nco tho death of our 'fond metl.cr.
uiuu, ui ! i i enmruce theo again. Tlio
"""""'i lovo uiu t lll0 ).,
'IU''". A. Dklkscluzk.
i hi: I'kkhidkktoi' tiik m.ikntihts.
(I'roui tuo Coiirlur-Jouiiiiil.
l'rof. J. l.. t!...i.i. ...i... .
r(.ii.. " "iim, who nns been
can A Vsri Allleri-
Sdtnco. ; 1 1. T,.x !fl idvancenioiit of
tlo over flfiv ZZr. ".n,iu U.irolinn u lit
In the school ,,n,i. ll was educated
universities of Vlr,.i ..." ,hto. ' tho
rope. Ho was an apt stuutni ' "
school dava dnvntJ .,,l. . .?,rl."K hi
original sclontllle research. Hbotiivllr,10
tho complotion of Lis studies bo returned! u.
America, nnd was at oneo engaged i
innny important investigate,,,
in iuru nuu Hjijiue! fcieuee, nnu l,urame
fnvornbly known to tho ulsllnf,'ulshcl
mon controlllnc; tho nflalrs of tlio (lovorn
mont nt Wnshington. President l'olk to of
fer him n position In Turkey, tho .Sultan
hnvlliR sonl to tho United btates Govern
ment Torn compotnt mining oncinoor.
Ho nccoptcd llifl j'Oiition nnd lived four
years In that country dovolopltig its mln
end rpsotirros with cmlnotit success. His
practical cnvestlgntlons wero accompanlod
with ninny puroly scientific rosoarches
that wero communlcnted to tho Academy
of (sciences nt Paris, nnd
Inicrtcd In their "Mtmoritt des Savant
Estranges. " After his roturn from Tur
kny ho successively occuplod posltlpps. In
tho unlversUlcs of Louisiana, Virgin and
Louisville. Ho ronrriod in Louisville in
IBM n di lighter or the late Hofi .J as. Guth
rie, and two yoars afterward settled por-
rnnnontiy in tnis city, wnere no occupioa
the position ot rroioisor 01 wnemiairy in
the Mcdicnl Collego for many years. Lat
terly lio has bcon auminiitortng tuo auairs
of tlio Louisvlllo Oas Compnny, but is
said always to give a few hours each
uny to tlio grauncaiion 01 ins
tasto lor manors 01 science, ana spcnai
much of his time In 'tho private but elab-
oralo hibratorv connoctcd with his resi
dence, and, in this way, furnishes many
sclcntillo and nrncticaf papers every year.
His contributions to scionco number not
less than from fiftv to one hundred mom
oirs nnd other articles. Tho election of
Dr. Smith glvos to Louisvlllo tho honor of
having furnished presidents for the
two lending scientific associations of Amer
ica, Dr. David Yandoll having bcon
elected President of tho Modical assocltlon
at its mcoing in Snn Francisco.
MR. l'KNDLETOX'S XULOQV ON TUB LATK
"Who can commonco tho discussion of
political questions without being carried
involuntarily to that scono of anguish and
acntn wntcii 10 istoiy ciotnea our pany,
our State, and our country in mourning ?
"Th ",v?1r,Xi! ' ,00,ono3; the B0"'
Tho volco thftt (pok(J ,0 eloquently and so
well is stilled. Tlio intellect which
woukwm Bu.jra . p i n.-
h ecu. in oinor snnorcs.
r ; . . .
bravo heart boats not to conflicts Of time.
"When I think of this I feel that we
by tho waters of Babylon, hung their
wept wnen mcv ramcmDorea z.ion. i am
not know Mr. Vallandigbam so long, per-
Vtnna no MnNIt T f T Irfinw film
very well. iJiiring ins wnoio servico in
Congress I was his collaague. During tho
eventful sessions of 1861-2-3 I was hisdal-
ly nssociate nnd intimato friend. During
tho days of his arrost, and trial ana
mnr sonmcnt. i saw mm nt ovorv nour
that it wns possible, nnd did what I could
to mitigate tlio pnins which
AN INFAMOUS TYRANNY
inflicted. In nil thoso times. of nnxloty,
and enro, nnd suffering. I never hoard
from Ills lips ono word inconsistent with
tuo loitiost patriotism, tne most unuitcr
inc hope, nnd tho most unblenching cour
ago. You know ho was nblo, and eloquont,
and self reliant, and studioui; that ho bad
great strength of will and force of charac
ter, ana that magnetism which attracted
nnd nttnehod men closely to him. Ho was
also cool, nnd deliberate nnd pntiont. He
vol. J most men whom 1 have known, no
wns sensitive to nttncKS upon mo purity
of his motives and character. I havo scon
him wounded to thequick liis heart lacer
ated until u seumeu soro to tlio touch, nnu
bleeding ills nro nway by tho vinulctivo,
snvago nnuso so unsparingly iicnpcu upon
him during tho war. Never woro attacks
more unjust and infamous.
NO MAN I.OVKt) IUS C0USTKX MORE
intensely, nnd sought for tho wisest policy
morn conscientiously, or would have sac-
ritlced more readily or more abundantly
henlth. nnd strength, nnd fortune and
ovon prejudices nnd preconceived, opin
ions, to secure us weimro. lie would nave
bcon a war man if ho could havo believed
that war would rostoro tho union. Ho
would have bcon n dovotod supportor of
tho Kepdbllcan party, If ho could have bd-
1! 1 . . - -..It ... - . t ...... . - I . - t . 1
liuvcu Jl.l jkiiio tvuuiu unvu ifiniiibBiiieu
tho gunrantcos of liberty afforded by our
constitution. As ho could notbelievo this,
lin would not sworvo from tho conviction
of thu "faith that wns in him," ovon
tliouirli his heart should bleed nnd break
at tho blind misconstruction of his char ac
tor, und the wilful pervorsion of hi words
and aspersion of his motivoi. I thank Ood
11 K UAH I.tVKIl lono r.NOuan
to sco that Time tho Avenger, in whom
ho had such unwnvor ing faith bus com
menced his work; and that many who had
maligned him most were beginning to sco
their error and to do him justice.
Ithank (iod that at ihoiasl thesun pene
trated tlio darkness of tho night, and thnt
liis eve snw, cvon though only lor a mo
ment, tho mists of tho morning dissolving
beforo its rodiant beams. And if it bo
given to men who havogono hence tocsro
lor, or to know tlio estimation in which
they nro held on earth, I know this spirit
will bo gladdened by tho fact that all his
countrymen, without dissent, will boliovo
that ho was us puro m ho wns able, as hon
est us hu was brave, nnd ns faithful as he
A RELIC OF ANTIQUITY
AN- IH0I. IN IOWA.
I Krom the Duhuqiio Tinien.J
The line of tho C. I). & M. railroad ap
pears to be prolillc with curiosities. At
tlio base of what Is known ns' Capltola
lilutV, boveu milos this sido of Lnnsine. is
an Indian idol, manufactured out of tho
solid rock, which line stood thoro no one
can tell how many centuries, but which
must soon bo removed to mako room for
thu eonimlng railroad. At n little distance
tlio idol resembles n lingo boar, reposing
IIIIUUWIJ.'S. AMU Bimugu suu
uncouth ol.joct is still I eld in utmost
veneration and rcspoctby all Indians, and
tho various bands as they pass up and
down the river invariably stop and en
dtttvorto propitiate tho idol with liberal
proiont of tobacco string of gaudy colored
lends pieces of dried bullnlo tonguo, dec:
Them it sits, at tlio baso of the bluff,
mutu ana solemn, looking out with ex
pressionless eyes ovor thu bosom ot tbe
mighty river that murmurs at Its loot,
never mourning, nover speaking, liku
The ground wheroon tho throno of tho
idol reposes is wanted for tho road-bed of
tho Jtellcan man, una the sllont, express
ionless cod, whoso brow has been bathed
in tlio morning sunlight of so many centur
ies, must tan. tuo oiu stono ciiap is tough
no stood it wen, uut no must now vacate
A mmiitior power man no nas orison, a
power that sonds ships rcuddlni! ovor tho
waters and delves down into tho bosom of
tho earth, consumes time and spneo the
power of steam. Hut pray lot tho work
men treat tho old idol klndlv. for tho man v
interesting associations connected with It.
We suggest that it bo placod in tho hall of
, ..... t. ..... c'i- . ... 4
wio iuwu niMiiuiu ui oviuntu uiiu ivrt, us a
touching momonto of tho dusky nations
that once lived nnu worshipped In this
Hut it short distance, from tho abovo is a
smaller Idol, which had uvldontlv beoc
placed on tlio side of tho bluff, but by some
convulsions of nature was overturned con-
uirios ago, nnu pitched into tho rivor,
DurlliL' hi nil water it win .r,nl..inlv
ored. but at tho presont atiu,i ilu,l,..i,i
partlof tho body of tho linage nro distinctly
LIFE OF BKMrOHTH.
James Ren forth was born in tho Countv
Northumberland, in 1843. nnd at tlin tlmn
of his death was in the 29th year of his age.
From an early neo Renfortli illitln.r
disposition for aquatic sports, oxcolllng all
his youthful competitors In rowing and
swimming, at which latter art ho displayed
ruumrituuiu iruuaicncv, gaining at VSNOUS
tlmos soveral prlte ly conquering pro
fessionals. As he grew older bis skill with
the oar became apparent. He won soveral
races on his native river the Tyno and
in 1869 gained the proud title of Cham.
pion of England, and virtually of tbe
World, by de?aUtX41lt and jf,ii.;
lef bfa tho ThahiM, over thtf VaUMA
courso. Kenforth has, since than,, never
been beaten in si lovel race. Lastvear, In
company with Taylor, WibftlpklftlMar
tin ho went to' Canada, ktid deieatea tho
Paris crow of 8t; John, N; B.J with hollow
ease, tho race taring place on, the' 15th of
aoptembor, on tne ot. jjawronct at la-
Soon after their return to England, the
crow, which hud thus won tho champion
ship of tbe world broko up, Martin1 retir
ing, ana rayior anu vvinsnip joining .aaa-
lor ana uagnai. iteiuorin, nowever, iorm
od a crow, with Porty, ' Chambers and
Kelly, and acceptod tho challenge of the
St. John four,, and. arrived in CanAda, a
few weeks ago. Tho race was bog art yes
terday morning, with the fearful results
Renforth was undoubtedly champion
scullor of tho world, ns fine at) oarsman as
ovor lived. Ilo was a man ot wonderful
physical development, his measurement
around tho chest being forty-two Inches.
His holeht was 6 feet M In., and his ordi
nary weight 168 pounds. Personally, kt
was a quiet, unobstrualva man, ana nas. al
ways borno an irreproachable character.
In Jnmos IUnfor(U,tne aquatio world loses
ono of Its brightest ornaments.
(Prom th Weir Tork Sun.)
Tho Wtstlicht Post, eivos an Interest
ing: summary of tbe arguments which are
trenorany preseniea dj id aamirersor
x'rosiaont urant in apology ror ms Ad
ministration. We translate as follows t
"Qi.int hu appointed a crowd of his
relations to office, and this Is called ne
potism which is always esteemed a dis
graceful thing; but whea Grant was
poor no was unaer oDitgtuoas to many
persons, ana it oniy prove mat ne dm
a good heart when h Ukss care of bli
former creditors ana ms poor relations at
tbo public coil. Nevor mind' bou (he'
nepotism, w nat urans qom is wen aon.
"in tne Ban iomingo anair urant nat
ordered measures of .war irjthout getting
authority from Coneress. Since be has
dono this he must unquestionably
havo had a rlebt to do it,
There is no need for . argument to prove
his rieht. "What Grant does is ungues-
tionably and without the least doubt al
Grant said in his mestuee ha .would
leave tho San Domingo question in the
hands of the people, and do aothing fur
thor in tho matter : but nevarthelea tho
war vessels of the United States' havo
kept liaez in powor in that, island, and at
tho instance Of the President S1SD.00O
has boen sent to Badz to pay' the rent of
tuo nay oi Damns, wnicii too oonaio nas
nevor arrrcoil to facts' which' brand the
message of tho Prosidont with falsehood.
ah this is or no account, urant sam it,
and that is sutooient."
This laneuace Is not cxazecratod. It
Is a fair representation of tho rcasonine
that is put forth to palliate the crimcs'of
tne Aaministranon. xuopoopio luugo it
justly, ana win act upon it as it merits.
THE LORD, THE LADY AND THE 11YHTKR-
London Court Circular relates the fol
lowing anecdote respecting a noble lady,
who is youiitr, beautiful and good :
During the Army bill debato her noble
husband, who is as proud and'fond of her
as ho should bo, was i list aboUt to rise and
deliver a violent attack upon sometbine
or somebody, when a telegram was iput,
into his hands, lie read it. turned Dal!
and quitted tho house, xolled sicab,drov..
to the Charing Cross station and wsnt io;
iovor, ana was no more Heard or until
tho next day, when ha returned to Jbis.
dwn homo,, and tohls IJrit, Inquiry; wai
told that tbe Countess was in her ow
room. He hastened to her, apd a, UrriQc,
row ensued, tho exact words of which n
ono knows but themstdves.At laatv how
ever, ho burst out, "Then what .did you
mean by your telegram?" "Mean?
What I said, of course. What ate rem
talking about ?" "ltdad it for yourself,"
returned tho still unappeasd husband.
She did read: "I flse with" Mr to Dover
straight. Pray for! Me.l'iiEor, moment
lio wus startled,"Most dreadful telograph
people. No wonder you ro out, ofypur,
mind. 1 tolographed simply, '1' toa with
Mrs., in Dovor street." Stay for me.'"
His Lordship was so savago at the laugh
ho'buU raised against himself that he was
at first inclined to mak a Parliasnentarv
question of it, but, listening to moro
judicious advice, refrained.
NBW YOHK DRUOQIHTS.
Tho following aro given by the Star as a
samplo? of tbo questions asked of thtl drug
gists of Now-York by tbe examining com
missioners: Who aro you, uny way 7
Are you man or woman-rif so, why?
AVho invonted dru x Latin '!
How do you know ?
What is thu difference between materia
medica and medical materials?
If you saw a blind dog go mad would
you help him to see his way out If not;
why not ? 11
Did you over use Allcock's Porous Pss
torj nnd If yes, did you ever get it off?
And if yes, didn't It hurt'?
What commission do voulallow the doc
tors on thoir proscriptions ?
Can you toll tbe fneredionts of all vuur
stock? If yes. what ar psppormlrjl jor
onges and rod back'tdotb brushes' made of?
bupposo a man rushes wlldlv 'into Vour
st.ipn Inn.lnrt I, I a l.al. ...!..'.... I ! .
groaning soveroly, with both hands on his
stoninen, una panor in bis 'countcnahco,
what would you do ? Would you ask him
what in the thundor he' was making nil
that nolso for, or would you ondesivor to
sell hint somo hair oil? If not, why not?
WUafll you givo mo If I'll i1Bh your
ccrtlflcato ? '
When will you hand mo tbe monoyt'
And If no w, how' much ?
i . i i . . i . . , . .... .
try men luimcuiniuijrjojoiyo touuiiauima
magnificent monumont, and then thor
don't build It." 7
B. S. IIARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
185 & 187 ComraQrciul Avonue
'When ndSstingultobd American dies',
said a(t'shrowd and sarcastic observer not
lone: neoYMils admiring friends and coun.
SAVE TWENTY PEUOENT
By buying your
IF TJ 1ST I T XT El
WsMlsstsi-v.,'llr ('atststi Hm
Maar. HlohhoB Brathtrsdtsirt to inform th
oltlaensofUilrothtlhrare maniilacturioK all
kinds of '
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And hav now od luad and for sal; at
kiada, aad IU conllau to kMp at their
BALM aTOOkta, TM TBinl 1ttW tVlttnd, '
Brrr dlacrljuon of obeap and coaiir liirnllurs,
Wlsarbl TappM Mrsatuv
W"a1iabr Ji," Vriihstaod.'
T Wardrobe , Seta Oiarrs,
9Laoofta, ate , tc.,
Wbicb' IhSwfll irtaraniM taill
TWENTY YEJC CBJT. tUKB
Thin IhM can Mbccirhtfrorriior' ilhWMkSltV far
spa Cllf. UITV law mm '"ifafrTV
BOOT AND SHOE JTAKEB,
B.tween Washington Avenue and Poplar Street,
Hoot tad Shftee MadTto Order.
I , PsAroasfradUJud,.
CITY, SHOE STOBK
llOOP SlRT PACTO
' 3 j . it.
BOOTS XKD BHOEfifi
Wassiaarrclal Avcssac, Crmr mt
rATlpULA ATTHyiOJ. PAID TO ALL Oh
i pwi'p atooraitiBTa, a hd shoes.
winf ats Amm U4COK--
.tobacco & cia-Aiaa.
Agent rur'the' lest b'rwnds'of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Iaasrti Alia ml' BiaTerctil HtiaaU.
75 Ohio Levee,
Ii CAIRO. ILLINOIS..
P. H. HTOOKFLETHj
six jomo roa'ta sroca'r Lm
UcttfjrW. SUM) :WSs t) SWaXlM si'
LI QU 6 RSf W INES," ETO.
No. 78 Ohio Lysi,
drSu )riw.o nux, ClEO, 1 LLIMpW.
fEkeapson hand instantly, fcUUt.')
Rhin and Callfornl WliesC i l1 ,
U I 1. 1... U
J. GEO. STEIN, iiCusE; J
C')r. Stb-at. sssssl t'4jaHr4aKl.
Clean Towels' and
094, Itbsfat the abop o st their. pwsj..hoaBa.-
wivw.ihw w-mwi, a laiasiiT ii
DOURN, RAH1I, ETC I
W. W. THORNTON,
BLR? DM, WIN1
Office on Tenth St.,
BtrN osnsjirclMl stud Wnahlsssxloss
40ENTfl tor Kock Hlret Paper Companj'a
Hhaalhlna: Knit and Quarts Cernont.
W. John' Improved RootlnK always on
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol evary drecrlpllon,
LATH, SU1NGLKS, CEDAlt POSTS,
"DOORS, HASH, BLINDS.
Furnished on ahorteol notice.
Commerclal-T, bet. 10th and llth-BbJ.,
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE OBEAT SOOTI1INQ REMEDY.
atra. ( Cures colic and gritilnK 1 Prlee.
WBITI'OMB'M j in the bowels, and fa- I Si
nyraf. l cuiiaiea ine process 01 i t.eaie
Hrs. fSubduea oon vulslona " Price.
WaiTCOMB'Rl and orercomea all din- I ti
H;rap. eases incident to in- f Csals.
Ifants and children. J ,
.Irs. I Cures diarrhea, disen-'j Prtrr,
WMITIUBU n J iery anu summer com. I ij
Hrrap. 1 plaint in childienot all f Cents
tJIIIs the Ureat Inrant'a and (.lillilren's Koolhing
Xeeiedr In all disorders brought on by Teelhins;
orany other cau.e, I'reparcd ly tuo
OKAFTON MKDICI.NE CO., bl. Louis. Sto.
Bold by Druggist and
CELEBRATE D BITTER CORDIAL
STATURE'S GREAT RESTORATIVE
"if. w. cornkb Vrvxn and nAci srs'
I0BK CUXET2. BOLE l'EOritUTOE.
AtJlL'. WH.M. V.m1I. U.,l . . . , ..
akea rrr either infant or ei ult with the same beaa
Bolal'resurt. it i acertala, prompt aud speedy
Wfdy lor diarrhea, dystBtary, bowela comulfed
dyspepaia, lowneea ' of spirftn, tainting, kick
sioSnaeh. hsndaohs.'etc. f orrhllls and fBler ol
sit kinds, It le tar better and safer than quinias.
wurtoui any 01 iu pernicious enrcis. as An ecu
M appetite; prftve viowrrnl Uiteaior or It
Baldwin cuuaivnK,ia soe:H 01 liquor iner
mlnntef. Aa' Indlsnutable enrldenee oflta in
eaf properties, we append s fear of the many
titcaUa in our possession ; ,
Johiaon's, Depot, ast' Tei
Tenn, and Va. iL
'acoaRciiaaSTa. S!aansajrfliri InttauuHth'
BUters I , hare oh aiuad. dam vou. and Cad litem
K, Uf U IU,, II IKUUlMOBVeilltf Vf . 4 itniaw
one Detlle lo ariord m considerable relief, 1 leel
as thomh I cannot do yery well without thera, in
raypresaniauueoi neaiui. , ,
. ti sr.aiirir ii it. nL a i 1 1
HOW LOST1 HOW RESTORED
Just published, in a sealed en?)o)e, Prlce.e ctt,
Aloetureon tbtnatural treatment, ac4 TSftlfal
ireor Hnermatorrhen Or Hemlnel weakness. In-
Cure of bpermatoi
toluatary mluloaa,Heausi iMOiuty, anu ii
dements to Marrlsge Kcnerally uNeryuii
Coasnmption,,Epilepsy.'fod riuj .Mentil
asnta to Marrlsge
rslsal Incapacity; re
sDacliy; reinltlni from self abnse.
etc., by Robt, J. pidyerwcll, M. D author ofths
. : fj ' ."lull t
1 "A EOOJS 10 TBOUBAVDS OP SUPFKBER8
BETUE8DA StNHRAL SPRlKO
' . WAfEit,'
Of wauicesua Wisconsin
destroys lite by atairailoij of
eonimsnees with froauant deal tea lo
rater, f rent. Ill rat, coBstf(atipn, lose ol
' Astdotshlng cures of drppi h'V bsei effteted,
kaJs1derxsn,lafl,aiairooprthnMk ot the
X it U dtiaritsj
lof (he kidney D
tfoa o f lb kidney and yrlnary.organs I n twntr
l, Wilt NIB Mt (OUBU1IIJ
tvur,nuuni, KiTifa imwqiMs rauei t aiso.
at fever it ptevcuts the kidney from congealing.
'our hourt;-jtiTlrir lmmfilfcU relief toLct
Mwfsa.' waallW Im sail a asiual i-vf Vilr4i fAatWaSr.
EDWARD DUMHAa, Ks.
Walerll pv"'. I "r." ..1" -V.'i
Imantsl II Baa neTeriaiieu io uu wi
u,?2L-.i .,r uud. ThlaWaterha the YOWt
r vow voamrr,
losea a Mill.
ins water ana
SiMmlar will accomnanv
....I i r.i
. Address, Kic;
Bent ahder iaiirn slam envelop, td an ad-
drsfttt "teostplld; on tMeijit or SIX cents, or I wo
Ihf lic)r"spwlaaga'4 ure,o'f the In
ambfe dileas known as Dri(n
I Mas i
uenerti Agent at me oprings. r. ;r:r' v -
.Reader.1 Ifvou are afflicVd with any o th lore-.
diseases, write ortnenaeraigoo. fu.
ladefleetat i ne remotest part 01
CTii Cm l lha Hnriniral II nan)
aaTof Us medlcinalqualllloaby pac
m . r-
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER,
ESSAYS V Oil YOUNG MEN
OnKAT SOCIAL BVILS AND ABC8K8,
Which Inlrrlcru with mnrrlaire. with anrn means
of rfllf fir theerrlnKftml unfortunaU, dlascrt
nn'l dMlllatoil, Horn In aeali-d enrrlopM, freo of
chsre. A lilro.., Howard Hanilarv Aid Asocla
llOn, iiO. CIIUUI liil'ni., iinn'Ai;i..i,, t a.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.
A Private Connatlor
to the Married or
those a boa I to marry
GUIDE. mi the Dhslola-lci
matrlannd retlatlons of the aeiual syatsm
wish the lattatdUwpTsrUa In produclni ayJ pre-
raiins; orrsbriDK, arsMrrini isy"V" :
Ttili i. in,rr..,in. anTV nf two hundred and
twsnty-four pases, with numrroua CDfrarlnn,
and contains raluable information for those who
re married or contemplate marriage i anil II la a
book that ought to he under lock and key, and not
laid carelessly aboutthe house.
i io nr one irree or tiosiage) ion" en.
Address Dr. Ilulta' Dispensary, No. IS,
Klahlhalreel, Hi. Loals.Mo.
fletle to the ASHIcted attsl Varartassate.
Before applylns; to the aotorione Quack who
advertise In tne public papers or using any Quack
remedies, peruse Dr. liulta' work, no matter
What Tour iIIsm.a la n. hn itjirjnraljii VAtlr con
Dr. nutta can bo consulted, personally or al
office, No. is N.Hghlh atreet, bet. Market and
Chestunt tit IaiiIs, Mo. mysdwly
umce ci J. B. D0BBIK8,
400 North Eiurtth .St., Phllu4s.
A color und drcesing thut .will
not burn tho huir or injure tho
It does not produce a color
mechanically, aa tho poiBonoui
It graduallT restore tho htki
to its original color and luetrsr,
by supplying now life and vigor.
It causeB a luxuriant growth
of soft, fine hair.
Tho beat and anfeat article
Clean and Pure. No sedirnenl.
ASK FOR DOBBINS'
THE BEST TONIC IN USE I
E. F. MAYNARD, PROPR
DR. RICHAU'S '
Use these only, and aave time, health and
money, tl.oou reward foe ) of dlaeaee, la
anyalafe which they lall la cure. .
DR. BICIIAD-S TXTLDXITBALBAM,
Noa. 1 and I, are tbe greatest aJUaatiVe' known.-
DR. R!CltAirt)OOrJ)E.f .EtmR D'MOJl
Is the ureatest ionic ami aatilntient la the medU
Cl list. t
Hit. RICHAU'S QOI.DKN ANT1DOTK
Is the only reliable, .diuratic.r . , .,
These remedies are apt admtlsed ,to,Aare all
coniplaintj, andbeneltaeaetl but weknajsaoteed
loenecta radical and speedd cute maticueaior
which tner are reeom
mfiiaeu fnrq iq vfuar,
treatment has failed. Tens. of thousand
Tma.of thousands yearly'
recover by tholruse, who hare lost all hope. aod
-io nara lost all none." whi
been pronounced as Incutable by the beater our
medical faculty. ' , .
Dlt. RlOH AU'S GOLDEN RALSAJI
No. 1. cures ulcers, ulcerated epre'threaV and
mouth, soie eye, cutaneous eruptions,. copper
colored blotches, soreness, of the scalp, scrorrUa,
eta. It la tke rresteat reneratr. alterattr -and
blood purifier known, remores all tnerevry from
the system, and Icares tho blood pure and
DR. RIcnATJ8 GQLDEIf BAl4JlV0,.. . 1
Mo. t, cures mercurial. aJeetloas.rlsMyjiisiiaajt).
all Its forms, and giro immodial relief In all
cases. ,. I
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEJJ ANTIDOiTB.
A radical cure for all urinary derangemenT:"
l'rlco, s.1 per botUe. , i , t
PR. RICHAO'8 GOLDE ELIXIR DtAMpUR,
Arvlcl cure fornerroua or gsaexat da)jllity, In
old or young, Imparting energy with wonderful
effect. , , i
On receiot of orice. the ramaiiM.wUl b ship
ped to any place, .Prompt aUtioairliW all
oorrespondents. None ganain without the nam
r DrUiticiiAU'a aoLDEN . HKMtMwJiEi.
lticntuM, aole proprietor,'' Uown Uv si
Circulars aent. Trade auppiUdaaVilberalduh'
CViaress, Dr, D. D. BUWdl'.MS Vari(jk',i.ii(X,
'JWSend monay by expree or order, gooda
through your Druggtat, and yon will meoT with
Inoosai -I" ii -yITdaW"
DR. RATTIIJOER'S; w v
'ji. Ii U VI 11 ru jia tsiif ii
Dr. Rattinger, olelproprlUr-'a.r.lsaw1tSStiireT
jtw nuuiu ruvna -a s w
i u: H.J to'STli
v. i.nniSL. MfalsiSitlBI.
. if r .ti I 'IT
nit nATTTwnnTi'K TflhrWiT'DltOFS
Ar the champion medfeln for hurol wver
and 'Ague, Dumb Ague and all1 Job W,
malarial fevers. TheyIpVlyvr,fJ,
aulckly and perraanantly. No person need Oaro
tieleyer aaeoondtlme.when Ibea dppe eonb.
obUiUved. lllceiperboUle.tl.SAl Ass! foS .Df. ,
JUUIngei'aKsfer Drops. ,
DR. BATTINOER'S VEQETABt,,.
LIVEB VILLS .
Ar excellent in all cues of ViiynBa, blUona-
ny or tow moody nyTOniiii
neither calomel nor any other toaronrtai preJt .
tlfinoi aot, quickly laid jprodua, aOi,a(luf.
Prloeperboxtfceut,-, aak for Dr, KatTlngai a
Vfgetabla LlrarPUU.! U.i.
l'rlco bar box W cents. Ask for Dr; Rat.
tinker's Diarrhoea aadysetfrirpwdju (
DR. RATTINQER'S' i,OinO,"nERBS
r - AND ROOTS,
Make a superior stomach bitters yeryruseful aa
a praventlre against maJarlMfverailM9SMi
T'mejsla byaJrflrsUUM drttggisM a4sra
I . :
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