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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1871.
rimxiitmt:.
1). H. HAimKLL,
DEALER IN EURNITURE
(JUEENSWAltr.
HOUSE IMJKNISHING GOODS,
HAIt FIXTURES,
'CLASSWAEl','
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
(Uino. Illinois.
IIOOTN AStt '',
'WILLIAM KllLEM.
fVliillfcllw"'
imnT A.Vtt SUOKi
.MA KKK,
rwnTir.Tii sTnr.CT,
.,.,. W.Arrnucn,IIV,..rS.rre(,
CA1B0," it.LH.
)t0OH AnJ Shoe MadTto Order.
Eme Wrrkroen Emplojod.
"fatIf.etion Warranted.
l'atronnce PolleUfd.
CITY SHOE STOHK
AMI
jiioop skirt factory
mii xniitt re
"BEOIASKI'S"
CUSTOM-MADE
HOOTS AND SHOES
amine rrlnl Avrime. Corner or r.lulilli
Nli-trl.
O.tino, Ui.ix"is.
rAKTiriTAr. ATTENTION I'AID TO AM. OK-
unr.-. ror. noon kirts a.vd mioks.
CAIRO 01TY COAL
Is prepared 10 miri'l' emlMiirr with the best
. f'-i I -! ' ' '
, quality of
1TFTSHUHG AND'UjLINOIS
COAL
.RM'.n left .! lli.11i.lny Ilro.
oilier. 711 (III 10
J l.r.v r.r or m tin
I lull Yum lil'lllW the M
I iri't Hotel, will rirclvi' prompt attention.
! lirTI'l. U VllVT 111.' ' .11 i.-l.... ...... I ntn..
llIETfii"t(NT,U"K'
iieim-n st snv hour.
iic'i'iif
THE BULLETIN.
ftllHY M.T.SINO, SkPTKMIIKII 1, 1871
I 'lIX H. OHKULY, Eiurou AMiriiil.iHir.il,
Tiw. el tub Daily Uu.iitim
Stilttriptioii, ,
' fink, '.) rumor i !!"
Jneysirliy carrier, in ndinneii 10 no
'is unam. by i.mil, 76
Ta.ti trohtiii,..::.."'.. " 2"
S t lnntliH,..... 4 25
0) J(r, ' '...."J....!..l, ti
7'1 fsi oj Afaaniler evunttantl of the city ot
CVo, 1htonlymorninjrjhttitinxjutlicrn tUihvi
on nlUimilytrliifttfjyiterrrtrtu Hit ;.uWi;
vt' airf ? aiu iirmnUi4 tirwUtitm, the Jhtlte
imntwv- "if patnmrvi" nl intdligcnt readers awl
THE HOI.LAH WKEKLY UULJ.KTIN.
Joht. II. OUrly A Co, niivo mluct'il the mli
KMl,en prir uf (lie Vcrlily C'nlro llullrtl to
OwrXnrpfriiiri, BinJinK tt tho climiu'Dt
1-trpuWUUJ In southern Illinois.
For President, 1872,
JAMES R. DOOLITTLE,
or wiMO.Nhi.v..
Saljtet io the titcmon of the national dem
ocratic contention.
UTheKtwYcrkWurMon Senator Doollttlo.
"llitrtcord U 0 consistent and utitar
nis'.J that it mv 4, uunci n traight
ti'ii- drawn nrriAH a nuzzle a clear learn,
un u-rriul ly a, ctuaUvJ'dttiwxphcre
Of -Irvnenn ;of,f.rt, tliroMnli the piiil
titenty ytari!'
lFr, ly &t,iM,tnf ,Uh,ere I '.at lie
vir,m Jits.
U . '""i "'1 i" Mi. r tli-y'lmil r-
lil. n tu4 ! in put iluwnli)
"rw Si.."' """ l"u,r ' IH'"tl''ll
mbi... p: "''' 'M.t.iimr tliciKwrri-
rn.V;.'' " , ,'?U-' ' -uM Imn. iniiiU Hn'iii
luiuillnr, uliuni'
li' hii immi' mi-
IIIHkK llll'lll fi'llllW
Kfini, P"Tiiii'lliiiy nl
"ncrii.r ...i,.. '..winiiuiiiiii
t.Mie luiil tiuub llm
kllt fn"i- In t,. ,
' 'i i bmc rioenmt thmr
11 ..ml till. tllllkf ttlf
"''ji'ii-rn i
TO MOltTON,
C'-.lUTlok,M,M,OURI VAy lh
kPtCTS TO hEJiATOK M0KTOK.
l'.i:
villi vUlU! ,nMlnZ KbiAby.
n"Wurt. "'tl" 21th of Ancu t.
V "wniUl, during Us spo.el
which wupf Mo , h-
gentlemen, in tt wV i,,,i i L buii
present. KjioUoatl, Uho67rl T
n.tiei.mMidpolitic.dCunlr'co
iu mi jsuiericiiii eilami oceutivlm, ,Q ..f
opient a position,. boMre n Jll.'oiirl m,d !
nice, to utter tho sentiment- tlut ..ttl).
government would bo safer in th hnndh
b ... ,i vm', V"'",,'" "'V11""1' "i
,"' .nv iimiuoni' sucli nn ut
lt Tli.,l"(uU.10 11,0 Intelligence
nVd";1 1W Uhd t,'ul'1 have
.corned by every re.pectnblo Jtq.ublivu.i
Ubjcc. Ct dl Urn. til 1 ' V".Ur,J "I10" 'I'"
Toombs tittteM Jo"1 rt llk0- I)ilV,
ing In the sen.to ofuVi ',,1 HIT iu
olf and'ottiew lVkb h m ,OJ,lUy " hi"-
Ho could nulet tho gtntltmtn',
Md feari soar as Da1s and
, -.,.,
concerned, us ho A A not know a slngj
southern stato lhatdoslrcd to he "y,ftu,0
ll bV CllIlT 01 llli HI. h II , ,1...
cotiliM there was f urn' i
.,ll lo her niu
fultiro Ki-nluoliy n.igin ' nll ,nnT,
once nioro tlii) 'fVM'Ht -Morton could
not sit . Ikh..-.- nn;iovil nt
Idol of Iv-ntui ';ver4,j ihrouBlmUl Iho
home, l""",rM."'' iiCjifliliotitijii tor blom-
Intnl. II ''".';'', ... ,,P,r,iln n'mMctor
ish. nnu ll'""",, .,,., I,. rmir its svmitrv
,t.h.""iJIiiitv- who'0 political enruer
ml itl , 'l.a, nlllil.
'"'J-'"1. i.di! ii tiuu nnd l.orolc sol-
. . . .....f . I III IlllilVJlt lll'll.ou x. . a- -
rnrJ!1."1"',..... .Ii.l hi. r,,l,.r
or tnr
Si,', ruord by n ilnglo word or deed
st.r.onnd her ciusc"
'.".yLfhv hi) neon u In their day
of
po:cj iiinl pnwcr, ho ftrrnd brnvcly nt lils
,it in i hu r iluleiuo iiirmiKiioiii inu lone
,irk niL-ht of ndvcmty nnd peril. Tho
poorlo guntlcnian, tlio r.culotis i;i Llzcn,
tlio isu nun pum timi'siiiim, inu uuiiui
rle puldier
"A rmnblnntlon nnd u form. Indeed,
AVhero cvwygod did eom to set hissonl
. To givo tho world liiunmco of u man I"
Tt ! thn iieL:i1 doc 11 ni! to roillll llllll
feed Iti tlio Mine forest with tho Hon. the
cnrrlon crow rcfusim to innto mid build
Its nost In tho dizzy inoiintnlii cmg with
thnno.irlni; eagk'.
If niv voice could nlcrco tho dlstiincp, I
would like to thunder in tho ears of tho
Indlurm dotiiitor, to-day, thnt for fur bet
ter nrid weightier ronsens, tho chlvnlric
nnd L'sllnnt Kcntuckinn could rcfutoto sit
oven in tho scnntcchnmbcr of tlio United
i!tnte, by the side of tho honorablo gcntlo-
mnn trom inilinnn, wiioio contrnotoJ in
tellect nnd corrupt henrt Is In perfect nc-
cord with tho debauched nnd eln-strlckon
body, ivhlch bcarMhohnprcss of.Tchovnh
curse, "I will vlilt the Iniquity of tho fa
thers upon tho children unto tho third nnd
fourth generation.',
Jlcforo ho makes nnothcr political nil-
grimago to .Missouri, 1 advise him to vilt
ngaln Ithe hcalln'o; itnl'ors of th6 Hot
Sprigs of Arkansas. Irbnthlnc In thorn
docj not euro his1 leprous body, thoy may,
perhaps, act. liko tho charmed watora of
tho river Lethe, nnd oblitorato nnd banish
froni'hls'rcTiibinbcranco tome of tho polit
ical gull and bitterness engendered In the
past.
NARROW GAUGE CARS
the -kv rACRi.vnF.n CAns ovtiikden-
VKK AND 1110 OUAMIR RAILWAY.
ll'Vom tlio Denver (t'o.) Swi", Alls. 3.
"Our nnsscocr cars hnvo nrrivod.'1 said
Mr. "V. fcj. Jockson, tho genial secretary of
tho Denver & Jtlo'.Urundo ltnllway, as he
walked into our sanctum vestcrdnr. look
ing, ns nil men do who nro bearers of good
tidincs. Armed nnd equipped with pencil
and notebook, ono of our reporters accom
panied liim to tho depot, to inspect tho"
now arrivals, ana view tiic Inst achieve
ments in tho way of railway architecture.
Thoy nro, indeed, a novelty, nnd ns the
first ever constructed, cannot but bo pro
nounced n perfect and complete success.
ii here nro two passenger cars, appropria
tely named ' JJc'nvor 'l'and "El Paso,"
two smoKing curs, ana two baggago nna
mail cars. Tho passenger cars aro thirty
five feet long, seven' feet wide, and ten nnd
one-half foot high. Tboy carry thirty
four passengers, and their weight is 10,000
pounds. Their cost Is not yet known..
They nro finished on the outside with pan
els, and nro painted n. brown or cinnamon
color, tastefully rolivcd with gilt. Inside
tlioy prei-utit n beautiful appearance, being
finished with bluek wnlnut nnd ash, light
.scarlet plush velvet, silver mounted hooks,
windows of French pinto glass, and every
thing in accordance, bolng neat, cosynnU
elegant. Thoy iirudiviileil into two npiirt-
menls- The cents nrj double on ono' side,
nnd sinclo on tin- opposlto sido of tho car:
tho double and tinirlo rows intcrchnni'ini'
sides in tho different compartment, so that
tliobalnncoof the cr.r may bo preserved.
Tho windows aro uflor tho English
style, and lower ruthcr than raise.
Tlio trucks and springs nro of tho best nnd
most approved pattern?. Every cllbrt has
also been miulo to keen thuooqtroof gravi
ty ns low as practlcnblc. Tho main sills
uro only 27 inches from tho rails, which
is 18 inches less than Is usual on tho broad
gnu go curs. In fuel, thu cars nro beyond
criticism.' Their uniquo and proportional
exterior, thoir rich mid elegant interior,
nnd tho cxeellunt and substantial manner
,in wliich'thOy nro constructed, all com
bine to rendor them uvi)ti moro comforta
lilc, safo and trustworthy thnn tho warm
est frjends .of tho system claimed for them.
They can bo run at the rato of thirty miles
an hour with tho most porfect safety.
Tho smoking cars uro shorter, but aro
pleasant and inviting, having sido doors
ns wull us end ones. Tho buggagu cars
nro nlso convenient arid woll urrnnged.
Vhon combined in u train behind tho
swift whooled ".Montezuma, " tho train
will bo a just object of admiration.
Thcs cars worn built by tho Jackson &
Sharp Company, 'Wilmington Del., and
catno through in euro of Mr. A. C'ary.
Thoy have iicen eighteen days en route,
two days being spent nt Philadelphia,
whoro they wcro on exhibition. They
were examined by Tom Scott, and ii'iargu
number bf Spading prnctical nillwny in on",
who pronounet'il thi'in complelo. All
along tho louto thoy hnvo been visited by
largo numbers of ciilzens'jiiurnalists, ntjd
railroad mon, mid, nict-fvod prnisc'. and
commendation. Tlu'y ciinnot recoivc less
hero. Mr. C'ary informs imr reporter
that theio nro oriler in tho shops lor cuta
for flvo ditl'eront narn.w irauco railways.
To the- Denver A; ltin (irande, howovor,
always belungs tlio honor of being tho pio
neer. Tho cum ciin bo seen ut tho depot
at uny time.
A T1UE STORY.
Mnnv venrs ni"u Lhaiincned to.boanoof
tho referees In a case that oxciled.unusun
interest in our courts, trom ino singular
nature of tho claim, and tho strange story
it disclosed. Tho plainllll', who was cap
tain of a ship whioh traded principally
with tho West Indiei", had married
quito early with tvury prospect of happl-
nes. jiiwiio wm mm t nnru uumi v -
tremely beautiful, and no less lovnblo in
ctiurncicr.
After living with her in most uninter
rupted harmony lor llvo yours, during
which timo two daughters woro nddod to
tho family, ho tuddonly resolved to re-
siiihq ins occupation, winch no uuu roiin-
,pmiivu on ins niarriugo, nna wnen ins
youngojt child ras but threo wook old,
ho.mltil-fortlio West Jndios. .Months
raised uway mid lengthened into years,
yiino tiaing from tho absent husband ;
una utter hoping againht hope, tho unhap
py w.ta was compelled to believo that io
hud round a gruv beneath tho woltoring
ocean.
ti." .viu f . 8 dtl'l' ",,a 1'cnrtfuH, lt
i ,r ?,m H ,,0.Vcrly wenow added to
her itlll.ction. her not-llo was tho" only
mmircy and fur Uu jears .ho labored
mly ..,,,1 Lll A ,.ri.,, t New
""I'r ' With her L-unLli. iu.iiiin.rs.
1 "oic
tliHii ln-r lifn.it v.
aequiiii.iHi.,,. int.. Iriun'dUiin.
ivuur tuiiv i.mnthj ho ollornd Ills hand
ii.r.iniurenbinmn, ),U cliUdron. and
, i"u.Vcry ,,lv'i'tBJ Which w.-alth
...i.i uiiecuon lould iroeuru.
I ilt.iun yti&rspasH-d away. Tl.o.laiigh.
ters married. u thoy hud hardly null
urn mi irool when tho mother was tiki'ii
111. Alio auxl Jiftor h fnw iinv. ii ml iv.,.
1 tluttimu until ttioperlod of which 1 spunk,
widower has resided with tho younger"
I llu". - J h
wwg9m,ciuostrftn2opartof the stOfy,
After nn nbsenco of thirty ycnr., tho first
unhand reliirnnd suddenly as ho hud
departod. , ,
lln hml oh n.fml his fchln. ndopllnc nnO'
thnr nnn.o. mm. I ncnt tho whole of that
lone poriod tn tho ocean, whilo taking In
or discharging cargoos, having boon care
ful never loromo nearer homo than .ow
f)rl..m. AVh v ho had acted In this utiiiar-
donahlo mntinar toward tho family no one
coulil lei), nnu no ODstinniejy.' roiuscii nll
explanation.
Thoru wcreslrango rumor- of slavo tra
ding ana piracy niiont. whalovcr might
havo been his motives for his conduct, ho
was certainly anything but ' lndflorbnt to'
his family concerns when lid returned.
Ho raved llko n mad man when Informed
of hid wife's second mnrrlnco and subse
quent death, vowing vpgonco.on his suc
cessor, anu lorrnyini;-!!!! unugiucrs wun
tlio most awlul tiiroou in enso thoy rcfus
cd to acknowledge his claim., 'lie had
returned wealthy and ono of tho reptiles
of thb law Whb aro always to bo found
crawling about tho hnlls of jnstlco ndvlf.
cd him suit ngainst tho second husband,
assuring him that ho could rccovor heavy
damnces, Tho absurdity of institullair a
claim for a wlfo whom death hnd rolloved
from tho jurisdiction of all earthly laws,
was so manifest, that at lcncth It was a-
grocd by all parties to lenvo tho matter
to uo atiiuugod by llvo referees.
It was upon a bright nnd beautiful nfter-
noon In tho Spring, whon wo met to hear
the'fingttlar case.
Tho plaintiffs lawyer nindo n most
eloquent appeal for his client'. Tlio coloi
bratcd Aaron Lurr was the counsol for tho
( I n Tn 1 1 ,i I n i .1 -, fiillil(nln.l t fi ni .h,
splo'ndid tilsplny of oratory.
contrary to our expectations, nowover,
Htirr mndo no attempt to confuto his op-
nonants elonuent orntorv. Iln inorulv
ope led n book of statutes and with his thin
fingers pointed to ono of tho pages, desired
tho refcreos to read it, whild he rotirod for
n moment for tho principal witness.
"Vo had scarcely finished roadlng tho
mnttar In our minds: whon llurr ro-entcr.
od with a tall nnd elegant femnlo 'on his
arm'. tilioViis nl tired in u' simnlo whito
dresi, with n wreath of Ivy leaves encir
cling her largo, traw bonnet, nnd n laco
veil, discovering' to us' beauty. T recol
lect, ns well as it' it hnpponed yesterday,
how simultaneous the murmer oV admira
tion burst from all present. Turning to
tho plaintiff, Mr. llurr asked In a cold,
aulol tono:
"Do vou know, this lady ?"'
"I do."
"Will you swear to that?"
'I will, to tho beet of my knowlcdgo and
belief. Sho Is my daughter."
i "Can you swear to tho identity?"
"lean'
"What is her ago?"'
"Sho is thirty years old on the 20th day
of April."
"when di J you last spo her?"
"At her own house, about u fortnight
Binco."
"When did you seo her previous to that
meeting.
The plaintiff hesitated. A long pauso
ensued. Tho question '.was repeated, nnd
tho answer at length was:
"Wnen slio was lust turco weeks old,"
added 15urrv "Oentlemon'.continuod ho
turning to us, llI hnvo brought this lady.
horb nsnn important witness, and such i
think she is. Tho plainthTs.counsol has
pleaded eloquently in behalf of tho bo
rorved husband, who escaped tho perils of
tho sea only to return and Und homo deso
late Hut "who will plcturo to you tho
lonoly wife, beiidinji over tho dally toil,
duvoting her best yours to thodrudgery of
sordid poverty, supported only by tho hope
of hor husbands return ? Who will pic
ture the slow progress bf hcart-stckening,
tho wasting anguish of hupo deferred, and
finally when tho overwhelming ngony
which enmo upon her when her last liopo
was extinguished, nnd sho was com
pelled to beliovo horsclt n widow? Who
can depict nil this without nwukeninu in
vour hearts tho warmest sympathv for
tho deserted wife, nnd tho interest scorn
for tho menu, vilo w-ctch, who could thus
tramplo on tlio heart of her who ho swore
to lovo and cherish ? "We need not in-
quiro into his motivu for nctlug so base
part. Whether it was lovo 01 gain, or
licentiousness, or selfisli indifference, it
matters not: ho is too vilo a thing to be
ludced bv such law ns govern men.
Let us ask the wilntts she who stands
loforo us, with tho frnnk, fearless brow of
a truo hearted woman let us ask which
of these two havo been to her a lather?"
Turning to tho lady, In a tono whoso
fiwci'tniMd was in Btrailir'i) contrast with
tho scornful accent which characterized his
words, ho besought her to rulalu briefly
tho recollections of her early life. A proud
iiusn pisscu over nor tiuammii inco m sho
replied !
" My first recollections nro of n small,
ill-rurnished apartment, whioh my sister
nnd. myself shared with my mother,
Sho used to carry out every Saturday tho
work which had occupied her during tho
week, and bring buck employment lor the
following. Saving her wearisome visits
to her employers, unci her regular attend
ance at church, sho nuvcr loll tho house.
Sho often spoke of tnv father, und his
anticipated return, but at length sho ceased
to mention him, though 1 observed she
used to weep mqru frequently than over.
J than thought sho wept pccnusn wo woro
poor, for it sometimes happened that our
support was only n bit uf dry bread: nnd
sho was accustomed to sou by tlio light of
chips which sho Kindled to warm her
famishing children, because sho could not
purchase u ciindlo without depriving us
of our morning uiuiil, Such was our pov
erty when my mother contracted her sec
ond marriage, und thu change tn us was
like a sudden entrance to l'urndiso. "Wo
found a homo and a fntliof. l' Sho paused.
" Would ymi excito my own child
against me;?'.' cried tho Plniititl', as ho
impatiently wavcd.his hand for hor to bo
silent.
Tho oyes of' tho witness Hashed liro as
tho spoke:
"iou uro not my luiner. exciiumeu suo
vohcniontlv. "W hat I call' you my fath
er you who so basely loft your wlfo to
toll for ytnir children to beggary I Nuv
or. llohold thoro my farthor," pointing
to tho calm dorotidant. "Thoro is tho
in an who watchod over my infancy, who
was tho sharer of my childish sports and
tho guardian of my inexperienced youth.
There is tho man who claims my ufloctions
and shnres.my homo thsro.ls my futhur.
i-or yondor soliisn wrotcti i kiiow nun
not. Tho'bost' vcars of his lifcl havo boon
spent in lawless frocdom from social tins;
let hiiii seek otsewuoro jor 1110 coiiipan
ionsof his docrcpitudc, nor, duro insult,
tlm nlui nf mv ni?od mother bv now
-claiming tho 'dutloBof klndrod from her
deserted ouildrcn. . '
Sho drowhor veil hustlly around her us
sho spoke, and moved as If wishing to
wlthdrnw.
Gontlomcn,' said Uurr, '1 hnvo.no moro
to say. Tho words or tno law aro expres
sed in tho book befdro you tho - words of
truth you-havo Heard irom womnn s puru
lips J it Is for'ou todecldo according to
tllO question Ol llimuu n. ..vwiwi-a in jus
tice.' I nood not snv that our decision was in
fnvor of tho defendant, nnd tho plaintiff
went forth followed by tho contempt of
ovory honorablo man who was prmont at
tho trial.
AMKUICAN
IIKPUIII.IOATION
NOVKI.S.
UP KNOI.IHII
No English novel ' worth having (says
tho London Jhiilu A'ews) now "stolon"
by ii rospcctablu Aniorlcnu piibluher.
Wo do notspenk meroly (iflhogieiitpupu
lur authors; but wo bollovo Itlsu perfect
Jv wul)-kn6wn fact thot every novelist
wlio makes wiy mark vfltatevor In this
country can sell his "ndvi.nco she. Is " to
nn American puuilshcr, and get probably
m much for tto ndvanco slic?i,s ns ho fs
M?,;,7l'i, l"oor'Blnnl wi-k. Ills
. ' lf "furoi f,'1? 'nytl'lcnl notion about
T,. f I'l'o usnors getting nll our good
books for nothing which explains their
, V. n I r ln.rg0 tnl01- "plana.
prnportion of renders to population thero
than horo. In tho nnUn.mi in,i.... r...
pns.es.lnn, and probably, loo, In the nation
al uu .knew nnu impntlonce, which would
rather pay n half n dollar to get n book
to-daj than wait until tofmorrow and bor
row It for a pcnnV. Thd oblnetMn'
justly entcrtalnod and so successfully pross-
uu iiyumnv uu iii tui iiiuioiiai copyright by
so many Interests In Amorlcn , is not by
ony meuni to bosummod up its n publish
er's objection to paying n foreign author.
It Is a question of protection to vnrlous
clamorous traders nnd Interests paper
makers, binders, typo founder, nnd so
on. Tlio American publishers and tho
foreign authors could sottlo the matter
easily enough ainpn themselves, if it ware
loft io them.
XJ5UVO.US DEULiA'l'Y,
Willi llNiiloomy i.tlriuluiilM, low
iplr-
1 1 , lll'liri "1 i.ll, ii . ill ill r. i-iiiii.iii.
loss of si iui'ii, NiriiuitorrIi(i'ii, Iosh ol
iiiiucr. illj.v licml. Iosh nt memory.
mill lliri'aU'iinl liiipiili'iice nml liulir
rlllly, Hml ii Mitvi'rolifii cure In llntii
liri-A'H iihimiiiiiiiiiic wiiccine .o.
it I'lily-clulil. i.oiiipoiod ot thniuoHt nlnn-
hl imTd nml no 1 1' nt Liirnliwn, llicy rtriku at
nncealllinriHil.nl the matter, tone up tlio (
lein, urrf 11 iiiBai.o.il.irKO", nnu imparl uuor riiu
enrrgy, iiinnn i vitaiiiy 10 iiieeniuu man
Tney
hale cured thousands of cac. I'riee,
$. per
PekKcof flvohojo.. nnd a large vial, wlnrh
ic icry irnporiani in onutmnio or
old caits. or 11
icr i little biix,
Hold hy nil 1 1 n i hi f t J , nml fent
luf nrlri. A1lJre.11 lliimnlirpv'!.
iy mall on neeplof price.
Hprclflu. lloineotiathii' Jleillelne Co., 6i.'J broad
way, N. Y. I'. hUlllM, Agent.
uii.i.iieoiv wewiy
INNl'ItASt'i:,
w. u, Moiiiue,
II. II. CAN I IKK
Ko. Pub. and U. 8. Ctai.
llnry Public,
HUlJL, CAI1GO, LIVE STOCK,
CCIDEiN'T, LIFE,
.KTNAj llAUTl'OHP,
Asset t'I'ViOl 07
1 i
JfOTtTII AMKIUCA, PA.,
Af 2,7W,(i0 tt
HAKTKORP, CO.V.V.,
An'ets....';...,...', ; 2.I I,2l0 12
VIICKKIX, .llAKTFOKP,
AasetB........ 1.TM.1IS 8C
INTK11NATI0.VAL, K. Y.,
s.se(s. 1,K.1,3DS t7
I'UTNAM, HAItTKOnU,
Ai.i.U,,
,.7(V.,9;7
CI.KVKI.A2d, (; i I. K V C I. A N V,
A .C t K ....
....ei5,3 8
IIOMK, COLUMIIUS,
Aels .
....-dV-'?' I"
AMEUICA.N CK.NTKAI., MO.,
Assets.
,...W'.'iO U.
CONKKCTICUT MUTUAL I.I K K,
A.ets 3n,i"i,W W
TIIAVKLKK'S, IIAUTKOIIP, I.IKK AN II
ACCIDKXT,
AlHCt4 IA),CI w.
RAILWAY l'AMUl.NflKP.s' AShUIlANCK
CO., IIAUTKOItl),
Asiita toioo OS
IXllKPJJNDKXT, 1I0ST0N,
Aset C302 CS
SAFI-'OItl), JIOlUtTS Si CAXDKE,
71 Ohio I.cvcc,
City Natinnat limit, OAlltO. II.I..
EIRE, AND MARINE
I1TSTJBA1TGE
t'OMPANir-S:
NIAOAllA, N. Y.,
Asi"t 1,1M,21C
ni'.ltMANIA, N. Y.,
Asut l,'-.,72l 7i
HANOVKK, N. Y.,
Ami I , 72r.,M2 00
ItKPUlll.IC, N. Y.,
A I seli 711,025 (X
CniiprlliiK tho tJuderHrlleri.' Aceney.
. YO.VKKItS, N. Y.,
Aiwetj ..... , P78,lf.l 1!
" ' AL1IA.VY CITY,
AHPCh I.VI,1!).I 21
.rillllMK.sV KU.VIi, W, V.,
AsvetH (i7li,iX) V
SECUUITY, N. Y, MAlltNK,
Astiti.. l,l3a,Mi tv
QTOUl:, Duelling', Kiirnitiire, Hull and ("nr-
kj Koi-K, in.uri'U in iiuei ns i.mmiuio iu mouiiii
perni uu'iii Mietiriiy vt in Marrniu.
I remici'tlullv nil; ul' thu cllir.iim ol' Cairo. I
ahaio ul their patruiiuji'.
. a. II I II II l.r
OlUco nl Kirat National U"""
IJISIHIP.ANT TIUiKTS.
IM.MIGKANT TIOKHTS
FOIt SALE, ) Ki.rs.do e KOK SALE,
I V r Side 1 '
FOIt SALnjK"fsull FOK SALE.
Furo from LiVKiti'ooi.,
Faro from Lo.vhc.vpkiiuy,
Faro 'from Olakijow,
Faro from Qukunstow.y
OAlltO, ; ! : I : : ; ; $1.8. 2 0
Halford, Morn A Can , Aip-uln.
TO
INMAN LINK.
Liverpool, NewYuik nhd I'liiLnlt Iphia
Stoainsliip Company,
um covtbai'T Witii i iri:n nira"Mi ibitisii
Uurk.KNMI.MH
j'nr t'.uryins Ino M.ilU.
FOIt l'ASSACH TICK UTS
on ri'UTiiiu isromuTios
APPLY TO JOHN (1. DALK, Aqt,
18 Ilil).i,d.wiiy, Ncu-Yuik, or to
If, 11 OH p ,
1W Waihliijjtoii Avemic'.C.uro, lll!n)is.
I'lni.MTVItU
PA VU TWJ2NT1 rJJlt OKNT
by huylns your
IPTJIRj 1ST I T TJ IEi IB
EICHHOEJF BROS.,
FUKNITUIIE FACTOllY,
WnsliltiKton-nv., Xenr Coilmii IIoiinc
OA 1 110, ILLINOIS
Men.r.. Kielilm.l ltpAll.nr.il. i. i..rA.. i...
citizen of Cairo thnt they am mntiuliv;tiirin all
kinds of
PLAIN AND FANCY FUKNITUHE
And harn now on hand and for sale, at
Wliolrnlt nml Rrlrtll,
II klmli, and will continue to keep at their
BALKS ROOMS, IN TItKIK NEW 1IUILDINO,
Every dlneriptlon of cheap and costly nirnltiire,
inch a.i
jL.rred Ileddeftd.,
Air.Marl.lo Topj-od Iluream,
ir.-ildeboaril, Washntandi.
iT"Wnrilrol-f , Sofa Chalrc,
nl.Sofai and Matraiae,
aLounj5c,eU; , etc.,
Which they will guarantee to aell
TWENTY PEIt CENT. LOWE It
Than they can 1 lionjrht from any other dealer In
thn city, (liro them a call aid aatiiry your.
MIL Jyiiitf
WINES ATI IS I.HlOORw.
W.M. U. SCIIUTTEK,
Iniporlt-r iumI Wlioleanlo l)nlrr In
WINES, LIQUORS,
AND
TOBACCO fie CIGAE3.
Aucnt for the best tirandH of
CKFiAM AND STOCK ALE,
AMI
Imporloil Ales of JHircroul liluiN.
75 Ohio Levee,
tf CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
ivccuson I'oui.i a iTocantTii
'Itocliryor nnrl Wholcsialc Ilrtilrr u
I'orelKn nnd !niu-tlr
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Levkk,
Srais iriKt... 11l)?k. Oil 110, ILLINOIS.
TTH keepa on hnnd constantly a full stock of
i J.UIU neniilCKy iioiiruun, j.yu aim Jiononica.
iifla Whlskleii, f-'rench llrandlea, Holland (Sin,
lthinonud Culilorn)a Wines. )in:vaf
IIAIUIKUS.
J. OEO. STEINIIOUSE,
FASHIONABLE BARBER,
'r. Ntti-Ml. Mild 4'inaerolul'iiv.
M"8harp Itarors,
Btf'Clcau Towels and
w'o-riklllfull Workme n
OB"L.iilles' and children's hnlr cut and sham
pooed, eithernt tho shop or at their own homes,
B-fienlleinen'r. whiikera and hair dyed In n
lontllie manner. Kntlslsetion nuaranteeil.
Sl'HINOFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SO UTH E ASTEHN It. it.
On and after Monday, April Zlth, 1871, trains wil
ruu as follows i
NOItniKH.V DIVISION.
TUII.1H UOINQ S01TIIIAST.
Mail.
Leave Virginia (iilOn.m .....
Express
12.35 p.m.
3.00 '
4:20 "
. 6:17 "
Mall.
miruiKueiii - uu
" Tayloriillo 10:82
Arrive i raua ll;l'j m
TU4I.HJ UOINd MOttTIIWIUT.
Kxpresa
i.eiivi! i itiui i:iRiii,in
" Tii)lorille 4iI7
Arrive Ht rprlnuilfti...U;1.' "
Lenro SpsiiijitU'ld .tiiM "
Arrive nl VirKiula ():! "
,3:36 p.m.
4:28 "
,0.0U
,0:1(1 "
.8:16
f-OUT'HKUN DIVISION.
TBAINS 00ISI1 SOVTIIIAST,
Loito KdKCirnod 6:30 n.m
" Flurit i!M " m
Arriro nl tilauvneutoHu3:S3p.m
TUAI.S. UOINU KOUTIIMtST.
,10:10 a.m.
.11:40 "
. 6:16 p.m
LeiiTu ShiiHiiei'lown 6:13 il.ln S.iOp.m
" I'lnrj !M " 7:00"
Arrive nt IvlKewood 1:40 " 8:20"
The 5:.'W ii.in, tram It oil) IMv't'Hood, runs only
Mondays, W.diies Jays and Krulays, and 6:13 a.m.
train liom ShiiHueituu on Tuesduvs, Thurs
days and haturdn) p.
Cniiui'i'ls in Ashland with Jncksonvlllu division
uf l.'hii'.iX'i and Alton llillrnad. fur Jacksonville,
I'ctersbiirKi Mason City, and all noitits west.
Al HpriiDllleld, Willi Cliicauo and Alton, nnd
Tuloilu, Wuliash nnd Western Itallroad, lur
lloiiiniiiKtou,Chlcauu,iindall points north, nortli
Weil nml weal,
Atl'min ultli Ind. nml Ht. J.onln, nnd Illinois
Central lliilroad lur nll points east, south and
BOlltllOIVst,
At Kduewood with Chicago Division Illinois
Coniral llailrond.
Atl'lora, with Ohio nnd Mississippi Itallroad.
Athhavineetuwn, with stoamboals for Clncln.
nail, I'aduenluCitlrn nmlHt. Loma,
OIILANO SMITH, aen'IBup't,
Ooun l-sgqiu, Oen'l 1'r'Kt and tlgkct AK't.
DOOItN, ASI!, l'.Tt'l
IX 'W TirtZ tVW A
W. W. THORNTON,
biALtn it
DOOBS SASH,
. . , ' ' (
HL1NDS, WINDOW GLASS,
NIII.Mll.l'JI,
LATH LTTVCBEl
Office on Tenth St.,
llelnrcn Conuiirrrliil nml WntlihiKloii
AveniK'4,
CAIRO. T.XjXj
AOENTfl lor Hook ltirei Paper Company's
. Hhealhlnir felt nnd IJunttt Cement,
an I Jo''"''' Improveil ltootln nlwnyi on
S. WALTEltiS,
IIIALtn IN
HARD and SOFT LUMIiER
tt every den ilptlun,
LATH, SH1N0LES, CEDAIt POSTS,
DOOHS, SASH, HLINDS.
OK DEES SOLICITED.
S T E A M 11 0 A T L U M It E 11,
Furnished on shortest notice.
Conimcrcial-av, bet. 10th nnd Hth-Mi".,
CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
iy7dtf ;
MKIIIt'AI.,
LOOK TO YOUlt CHILDREN.
THE CHEAT SOOTH INO HEMEDY.
51 r.
TTIHTtOMirS
Sjrp.
Mrs.
WIIITtUMII'S
hyrtip.
Mrs.
WIIITCdMirS
riyrup.
Cures colic and prtpini;
in the liowel', and fa
wllitnti's the process cf
. leethlnK.
Subdue, c o n ml. Inns
and overcomes nil dis
eaes incident to In
fants and children.
Ciiresiliarrhea, ilisen
li ry nnd summer com
pl.i utinchlldienol all
ss.
I'rlrr,
Cents
T'TlTeJ
Irnts.
I'rlrr,
l!.
Cents.
It is the Great Infant's an I I'lnulri-n'. Hoolhl"ir
Remedy In nll disorders brought on bv Teelhinn
orany other cause. I'repart.1 by the
(IHAITLN MEDICI.NK CO., M. Louts, Mo.
Hold l,y Druggists nnd Dealers in Medlcinn
everynhere. tr.)7d(m"
CELEDK ATLD 15 1'J'TEH COll DIAJi
WHOLESALE DEPOT:
SClIEETZ'd
NATUHE'S CHEAT HESTOHATIVE.
N. W. COItNEIl VIITII AND RACE STS,'
IMillmlrliililn, I'll.
JOHN" BCI1EKTZ, SOLE l'llOPIUP.TOIt.
Alt Is ft reliable Family Medicine, nnd ran It
aken by either Infant or iu lilt with th tame bert
Ik-inl results, It n ncertaln, prompt and ipei-dv
emedy lor diarrhea, dysentery, lmwelseomplU.il
dyspepsia, low nets of snlrits, fainting", sick
stomach, headache, etc. f'orehills and fover ol
all kinds, It Is far lielter nml sifer than munim
eitliout any of lis pernicious i llecls. It ellecti
tn appeiitp, proves n powerful digester of foot
and will counteract thu etlccts of ll'iuor liinf
minutes. As IndlsputnLlu evidence ofiti in
cal oropertles, wo npj.i;nd i few cflho mauy '
tilieutes in our possession :
Johnson's Depot, East TYnn., nnd Vn. It.
Tenn.
jAcoaHciniTt, Esq. DtarHiri I navuiiied in
Hi 1 1 its I have, oh miied liom you, nnd find them
to bo nil thuy nru rccoinmeuded to Ikj. I Ion ml
ono bottle io utlord meconslilernblo relief, 1 leel
asthouiili I cannot do very well without them, in
my present slate of health.
1). MKMi.i;, i;ci.SoulhOUi at., I'hila.
Pastor Ilnplist Pass) unk Church,
Hold hy W. P. Allen, 3o Mamstnet Duhunue
octlOillv '
MANHOOD
HOW LOST! now kfstohed.
Just puhliihed, innscnlen envelope. I'nce, licls.
A lecture on the n.itnral trentinent.nr.d radiral
CUieof Hiiermntorrht-n 0' Hemlnel Weakness, In
volunlary Kim mons, t-exu.il Debility, and Impe
dements to Mni rniKu neiierully rvoiisuesM,
Consumption, Epilepsy, nml 1 its; Menial uiid
Pliyslcal lni'Biiai'ily, rtsulluiK from self id,ue,
etc., by Itobt J. Culvcrwell, I. D., author uf the
"tiiccn Hook," etc.
"A 1I0ON TO TIIOUHANDH OK SUKKKHKItS.
Pont under seal, in plain envelope, to nn ad
dress, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two
postngo stamps, by Chns. .1. C. Khno ,V Co., 1J7
llowcry.New Vork, Po.tolllce box l,5,
'el3ila mw3
.
D UN B All'S WON J) E It F UL
lUHCOVKHY.
1JET1IESDA MINEUAJi SI'KINO
WATER,
OF WAUKESHA WISCONSIN
This water is tho nek tow lodged euro of tlio In
tractable and Incurable dueasu knowiins Urinal's
disease and diabetes.
llrlht's disease is fatal to tho kidney, the body
wastes away destroys lilo by slanutlon of thu
blood,
Diaoetcs commences with froniicnt desires to
pass water, ureal th rat, constipation, loss ol
atreiiKth and Hesh,
Astonishing cures of dropsy hnvo been ell'ected,
brick-dust deposit, lutlaiuntlon of tho neck of tho
bladder, alknh, nud gouty swelling, Tor the
liver it is unsurpassed. It will allay nil inllamn
tionol tho kidney nud urinary organs I u twoiily
four hours, Kiving Immcdlato rtlleri nlso a scar,
let fover It pruvents Iho knlnoy from congesting,
and removes all traces of nlbiiineneria. II will
givo relief in nll cases ol high fever.
EDWARD DUNHAR, Esq.,
Oeneral Agent at tlio Springs, Waukesha, VVis.
Header, If you am althcloil with uny pi tholoro
golng diseases, wrlto in tho undersigned. Ills
Sdviio will cost yoiinothlngt ho can by chomlcn
Lalysl. possess hhiiso-fot a clear knowledso ot
a y mi iiviilualciHC no matter ol how long stand.
Inu. Ill" wonderful dlsoovery-Iicthesda Jllnond
Wutor-isn posltlvo remedy for Iho foregnlng
nllmoiils. it has novor failed to dowhathocTnlius
lor It w hero over used. Tnlswutorhas tho enmo
cood eilect nt tho remotest part of the oouulry,
that it has nt the Springs i It never loses npirtl
cal of Its medicinal qualities by pnekago or trans
portation. Directions how t uo tho water nnd
circular will accompany eack pneknge i ordered.
Address. 'RICHARD DUNHAR,
33 Pennaylranla-av,, Washington, 1). 0.
Or Edward 1. Dunbar, Oeneral Manager at the
Springs, Wiukosha, Wis.
Agents wanted eyvywhere, JelOdSm
.H!nit'Ai
THE Dili DA iTl'HAM RKR,
S S AYS F OR YOU N 0 M E N
(JIIKAT fOHAL EVILS ANII AUtur.S
Which Inteilere w 11, marriage, w ,., . n,
ami lielnllln e.. . senleil rnsi lopr s. fu n nl
eharirn. Al.lr-Howard Knnltnrv Al.l v..... i .
Hon, No. a 8oi.ll, Ninth at., I'luiMeVi I '"'
Jy7dnw.ini 1 ""
A HOOK TOR THE .MILLION.1
MARRIAOE
'( i .i ti
A Prlvatn Counselo'r
i .1 ii, a ii...,. .
:, iirie.i or
tliomaboullo marry
uuiijj-;.
eindVoliUoeaUl,0
i latest Hlsdov'crW. in artu'JcnSllXn" pr.i
tnil..d
with the latent Misiiov'
venting n
This Is
turn) v.fi
,.,-1,1,111 uiBcomp ex on,e,
t?m? lr.n.'t''li'!!lwo"'of ollundred.nd
It A n.l'ST'. .'''; Pa.nipru -iti-ravlnga,"
. lulli dahlo information for llJos. WTio
Htlfl rniMfiln .
Kent to any one (free, of postage) fordo cunt
nnilecitotlicAflllelrilsinilVnfartatiatr.
,,.1Hir.ni1','.l,ln? t?, ,'10 notorioiif Quacks who
?.m.r " ," ',ub 10 I'")''" "fislng any Quark
remedies, neriiso Dr. Ifiitta- workf no matter
7uuml0UI "r ,,ow deplorable your con.
nils' tJlIf -C?in' conu''ed. rersonally or at
mall, oti tlio.l.ae.e, mentloneil in Iils'works,
i lllccSo. l'j JN. Jliuhtti street. bet-Market am
y" r ""ii n miaiiii sn , ( m)'Hwiy
Ui:o ci J, 2. DQ3BIH3,
A2C riorth Kluhtfi St., PhllMdl
VEGETABLES
A color and droRriiiig that will
not burn tho lmir or jiijurc tho
head.
incchaiitc.'illy, as tho i"6jeonou;
preparations do. .
It gradually restoreB tho liii.?
M.
to iw original coior anu lustre,'
by Hupplying notv. life and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of Hoft, lino hair.
' I ' 1 1 I . -. . nni..l n.I...UI
JL'aU ikllLI o.iiunL Ul L1UIUI
ever offered
Clo.in nnd Pnro. ItfoaodimpnlJ.
Sold every wliete.
ASK FOR DOBBIN'
AYN ARD'8 v
7
I
THE REST TONIC IN USE 1
I'Olt SAM'-iliY
J'i. I''. iMAYNAJUJ. l'ROR'R
PITTSBITEG 2PA.
DR. R1CIIAI"S
GOLDEN REAIEDIES.
uny tajrn which thej tall Jo.care. L t
lli titin ttm . v
1 J It K I I Al ' I 1 . Iff (A IXA 1 '
Tail Iklnll iltui'rvl v.f'Bvl t S V Iti 1,1 i niiin. !
i) i. muiiAi; niiunur.n r.niAiii.u abiuiih
l tn trr'(.lt tonic aim (r i.tnt'ln ihnift
DR. IlICUAirS GOLDEN AMIDOTK
i . i- .. t .. i
in inr ouijr rcnmuiu uiunUQ .
roniplumt, ami Unt ritnoDtiL but re gnu nec.
otitis nv ai o n-vvnmiriiitlJi WliU'n H VHIVI
; " ' "J i. - ' , rr ..w .v- . mil nil liwi-v. mUU
rostnfr iV tn.is ul.n lii. vs. ull li.u .. .
in prifioun,'cu us incutiue cjr iu$ bti ct oai
IIKKllL'ltl iiciiuy
DR. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN BAISAM
rio. i. cures ulcers, uiceraicti soro inrr.si nc
... .,,. b..,c l-i TF. vumufUUI TXUUUCUli I.VHUV
I',,:. ll i i mi uir nil rri piniur. niirrniiTn am
Mooil nuntier known, remives all mercury frnn.
neaiiny.
CAM'S
nn. mi'iiAP'H r.rn.iiEN ANTinnTE. !
s
A rauii-ai euro iur an ur narv uerannemenisiL
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN JJUXIR DMOUJl,
Prieo tS ner botlle. or two for II.
yu Vtriiii hi fii.ct, llirsrj reineiiie- will w nnii
pen in nnv rucc. I'romri aueniion pain to aii.
..I i ml IMl'llinu riti nrw liisu .siitiru . fi 111
i(it'nuis, soio proprietor," oiown in glass ui.
IIUII.I'S,
Circulars sent, Trade supplied as a liberal dis
count. 1 .
AddrCM , Dr. D, II. Richards, 213 Varlck-at., N.VJ
through your Druggist, and you will meet with
lnooi JeI7daw' I
Dll. HATTING Ell'S '
1J 1.-111. JIJ A. ,111 AJJLiJ.VJlXVlJlAi '.
Dr. Itattlngvr, sole, proprietor and.manufAnturj).'
I , ki a, u. 1 "
1410 S0UTir.7TII.6T- Ir w,l'
ri t a niTiT vtttsdiu -ist-ttt nTrfTrSv
Ara in. eiia.nnion meu oinaiur iiit.cuioubr.v.i:-..
...I..blu nn.l naplrt.n.1,11. iMn r. r .1 .1 . 1' ll BAVC.
Il.ln., .... I... III.. .1 Q. Aak.rAV.Ilr.
. .. .. j'." -.t.w, .r,T .i j j
DR. HATTINGEH'B VEGETABLE m
vegeianio i.ivor i iiis. . , ,
DR. HATTINOElt'S IrtAlmrfOEA
AND DISENTEH; lWyXiERSy
Ai-n a tilpnAfint. muck nnd sAfo remedv furfi1
I I t . 11 I .n.l lllnnnln.il .lltlnfl..,. n. I.. I...
if i vi 1 ti ill i uurr iiura auu uiiuiisiu w baaaiv. ai aal: nu ii 1 1 t.
tinger's Diarrhoea ana uysoniorv rowaers.
DR. RATTINGEIt o TONIO HERBS
AND ROOTS'
Mako a auporlor stomach blttera; very nieful as!
n preventive against malarial foVertfand'cspcclui-j
ly as atonic iu cases of general debility, l'rlcv
nerpacuaco, soceois. Asiwiur iitiuagcr B iiecns
' l'"or sale by all Ursbclasa druggists and dealer
in medicine' , 1 ny?X)t,f,
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