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will le ,l,"l,r?STJ!miour. Fc r freight
rtrv AND CAIR
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Cai-t. William II. S..vnuKV.
FOUR TRIPS KVUKV DAY
CAIBO .AJSriD MD. CITY
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tikji or iioiuii smtt.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 r.M.
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 A.M.
At '.2.30 r.M.
At 0.30 r.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
J10X rACTOIlY, HAWE'hl.AKPINOjKT
MOCI1I OF CACHE, MAMNK WAT?,
ANTt NAVY YAM).
JOHN A. KOKULKU,
Manufacturer ol all kinds of
RIFLES AND PISTOLS.
KEYS MADE TO ORDER.
aii uiiiiN or
Work nml ItPimlrlnK
CjMMKKcmi.-av., a Tew Doors Hklow
Powder, Shot, C.ip anil ll sorts ol Cartridges
The Illnmis Central I Ho.i l Pomp, ny now
cttcrfor mle tl.eKnir)iiti(f rrit-.l lu'n in J-r
A Union to tho City tr Cmro.
Let IT block . lot 2! Mock W,
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ForUrm'.ctf. upt.ly to J.(MI JOIINiON,
Tcesday Mok.vino, Skit. 12, IsTl.
JUll.N II. OUKRLV. KsituB i I'lti i.uii.
Titus or Tin Iiaili llrtirm:
veefc, tijr carrier "'
One year hy carrier, in advance 10 00
)r.e month, ly r.ull, 75
Th.-M rr.onthi - U SJ
i X mouths .. 4 2S
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7ti X fiaKfJ .Vwuvler mntvanlrtf the city ot
' , the ttm fituf liaAv mSvHttttin lUinji$ ,
I'-mrnU r""Ml ; tmum, fcut fcartiv ; out-
.I nli e 'yult of tntcrut to thf jmUie ;
,.,(,,, 1VI(? M..i nrnWiVn,-IK' tutu
' . thijnkl. vtvvjr of iHtiUttjtnt ttahn unit
TUE DOLLAR WEEKLY 11UI.LKTIK.
John II. Otarljr 1 Co. nava k1uciI the tub.
-rif.tion pnr of the Weekly Cairo ltulleti to
Out ftJlar ptr tuh. makiti!; It the c)ie.rht .v
rrpublnheJ In .Southern lllmou.
For PreMent, lbTJ,
JAMES It. D00L1TTLE,
S ','ct to the tltcsivt of the national dem
Tut New Ycrlt WmM o i H-mtor Doolitilc
lltt record is so eonniittnt and untar
n W (mt U vu,,j i( HUnetl U, utraight
i. it draun acrou n puzzU clcttr Itam,
n MitfTct-f 4y the ilucluatin'j atmoiphtrc
of Amtrknn politics, through the imtt
IFitAH a tih tij 1 i if.-
leluird at IH
trwr, in ;y;.j
I.MuMty IheHwlliaiCjmillii- i,r.iH.l to
i.. y ine -op e ol Ijiinim alter they lm r-
. (...iu.i numr n i na'i ii'i'n put uonhi
... niu.ii u, WUM ItOUCT. Wlln th.. ,.ii-l.r.
nr ,a the mute : -Wlut i,MI I. ,to w,ti
I..i Mil nl Hih p.,ple (,f LMMitn'' ihi-rcMtre
' h -home. . "fu,,. nie il.eir
V p ri) , mtkettiein i.ave.." Tli'rf k., !,., .
"'i "'W that iU h u , ii.i I,,.,.. . ,!.. .i
ib thciruniirUM. Hut ( amillii.. !,.,..
I- hnf a rnnSe litus hi,. itiu'lK hi mlrne
wil thin til t., tlie ,,Wer ut 1 clury ol
I.-t 111, IIOH 11,11 tl.l.t l.o 1 1, i I
ant.K ut tl.
.i,i to Th.lr,'lt' uur '"ll"-'tn5. kd.I thu.
"1.1 t Pi., inrttii I L'lnrv r.f il,i. imtion."
The Fenians of New York city have
iiomuiavci yj Jlouuivau ltossa in hide
pendeut eaudldau for register of the
city and couuty of Nw York.
(lE.NKiiAl. Oauviem. had un appoint.
raent to Hpeak m Ulno tho other day,
but couldu't, being aflictcd with a cur-
luucle. The democratic press of that
statu is lacking in enterprise and true
proreivc principles in not charging
lum at once with insanity
gracefully to his defeat in the 'ew
Jersey natc convention as republican
va.mmme lor governor, and ut a ratifi
vawuu meeting Held iu (jjty
u 'l11 supporting the nomiuu
tion of VuU. Ml .1.:
, " is no as
Hunucii, nuwever, thut ,.onMnj
tjenetal did I esl
VrivttU hv,euriiig 1 ftn
'uMlcaiiB who Vur-l
id with Kicrmaii"
uoi iiiuuigu iii a auto
ui me uugraieiui rep
,i . f i
f.ril Hint Itf. ..t ,..1,a.I (.1
bv. ..V juuivuuu nun Riicnuau
from Atlanta to the sea.
Tiik New Jersoy republican convcti.
tion passed resolutions warmly imp
porting Oram's adtniuistratiou, and
era uuvoeating HUCh u.form 0f t1(J
eerviouaa maKes tlie appointment to
public offices contingent on character
and tho capacity to perform the duties
expected. This is rather hard uu
Grant, uotwitbBtnudiug thu resolution,,
endorsing hi' ndiiilnialrnUon. Th
urnetical (cut tin, shown that tho Den
family and all the other blood and mar
rm"o rulations of the president, now oo-
cupyiiiK public positions!, nrc not
... .1.. HI fnr t lfilll
.ti.iw... ntnii nm v ... -
bv native tnlciif. or nbore re
proacl. in their privato characters.
If tlmXcw Jersey republicans expecttho
principle to bo applied at once, the re
Milt would he buoIi a cleaning out of
il.n nrosideiit'a relations as would leave
small ground for the charge of nepo
tism against him hereafter. Hut such
reform in tho civil service ns that indi
cated by tho New Jersey resolutions
need not be looked for until the public
flairs of this country arc beyond the
acli of such hands as those of General
Grant, and the resolutions calling for
it nrc but the tinkling cymbal ol me
radical party, designed to catch the car
and please the sense ol a too tnougni-
Urct Hnrto goes to Europe soon.
Tennesjco lias a gcnulno albino, tho
child of black paronU.
A proud Dctioit boy wouldn't Uko
twocsnts' rotvard for llndlng n pockot-
An old lady, writing to her son out
West, warm him to bowaro of billlous 8-
loons and bowol alley.
A Connecticut Coroner' jury wcro
considerably lurpriied by tho sudden
awakening of tho dead man.
Tho tide of European pasiengor Uv
ni l,i tiimod for the ees(on. Amcricn
aro beginning to como back to America.
Nopeoplo undor hoaven can excel
tho Americans In tho wanly art of sitting
on a bench and seeing eightcon men play
ball. Chicago Tribune.
Kansas City property is valuable A
lot in that city fifty by one hundred and
tlfty feet, purchased flvo years ago for
UOO, sold last week for 11,000.
-Mrs. Edward ISichnrdson, a Vcrmont
er, aflor residing IS years on tho island of
Hawaii, owns an ctato of 400,000 acres of
land, plentifully interspersed with lata
from tho volcano of Mnuna Loa. Ho
went to tho Sandwich Islands a poor man
to cam a livelihood as a carpenter. Among
his other possessions aro 600 head of cat-tlo-
"I lovo to look upon a young man.
There is a hidden potency concealed with
in his breast which charms and pains me."
Tho daughter of a clergyman happened to
tlnd the nbovc scntenco at the close of a
piece of her father's munuscript, as ho had
left it in his study, sat down and added:
-Them's my sentiments exactly, papa
all but tho pains."
Tho Detroit Freo Press takes a gloo
my view of things. It says: -'No sane
man will now set out on a journey by rail
ut water without first closing up all his'
business ulTuirs and arranging his papers
50 that his executors can find them, and
kissing wifo nnd children a last farewell.
If he comes back all right, he can claim
an interposition of l'rovldenc. If tie
comes back in pieces his friends can claim
that -ihoy told him so.'"
LETTER FROM "J.U. E. T."
A HAIL IN IIOSTON 1IAUUOB A 1117 Or
TUIIY THE riKH VIEW Or THE OCEAS
.VANTASKKT lltACH VIKTUKS Or THE
SALT SKA AS A TONIC SEA HATIIINO A
rilOIILKM THE SALT SEA WAVIUi AN EN
EMY TO mMALV. CIIAr.MS UACK TO TUE
licll CorreponJenconf the Bu lettn.
IlonTOk, September 7, UT1.
" ON THE WINO."
Our trip to Nantusket beach was ono of
unalloyed pleasure. The sun was bright
and clear in an unclouded sky. There was I
a delicious crispness in tho air that was
Our steamer was
so mn.Hi lifter tho w!fu of that dounhtv
old i.ur.tan warrior, Miles Standi!., and
. . rxt. ..m i, .
..uiwiiiiiiHiiu.iib'wm ouiicsui -n.
S. have been bleoclilni: undor tno sou oi
IJuxbury for two hundred years or so, yet
their memory is still kept green in the
hearts Of their descendonts. ' The steamer
was 'full of well-dressed excursionists
many families with their little ones, and
with wolMllled bankets, for u quiet picnic
party, "on tho wing' for 6lght-seeing and
aroaware, is studded Willi oeautiiui islands,
. ... . I
and nsuil amoiii; them U perfectly dollcht-
ful. ffmiure in tho center stands tho
emtio' with its i-nml to walls, cutis tn I
barbette, Hug flying, mntitiels on guard,
etc.; lo the left Point Shirley, and at tho
wuiors eduo "TuftY- rxliihrntml lmtr.1.
Alt, many is tlui yood cumo and fish din-
hers wo have helped mnko a wiock of at I
mis place, in former years. Adlolnlnctho I
Point Is Deer Island, separated from the I
main land by what is known by the pooti-
name oi .v.trlty Owi, a narrow, deep
cut not over thlrtv varda whin ot
"., Mirougn which tno lid rushes out
io sea will, great velocity. Thi, plaeo
wak nm, n .......... .1 -
V V uuniig uie war of
. usnP0. inrougn mo Out, of
...v iiiKia (AlHSIIfllflOn. TL British
truuers were watching for her at the en-
k l" ",u "Ulu otiio la miles below,
not urcainwg oi me Uarc-dovll exploit
which sho accomplished, when tho slight
est mlsehanco would have stranded i,n, 1
. a .1 . m . .
and made her an easy prey ; as it WU! ,jl0
em llirou(;li In safety, nnd wan out on
the broad ocean beforo they knew any
"vetUl K ThU wiU ovcr bo ' .
... i . .
the America, V 'surran for
tlimr. in ..... .."" i may sno over con
t i tie in ir,. ... .
aro sltuatijd a numi...
niflcout nubile in.iii,,.'i 1 . mix-
int. to tho cltv. ,v... b0,u"K
.0 -vi -.. iBrunu
perspns committed for petty W,..,l.
and like offonccs are aunt to work out
It thoy livo to do so, well
good; if not, nutiieroiH mounds on
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1871
top of thq Island toll tho Imlanco of th
tnlo. A fow miles to tho right wo pass
Long Island, with Its handsome hotol and
shaded lawn extended to tho water i edeo:
to tho loft 1'arm Sehool Island, whoro
homclesi boys, and thoso convicted under
ago, aro sent till tliolr nlattirltv. l'ntlrr
. 1 . .. , "
rnpmiy ny many oincrs, wo steam under
tho walls of Kort nrroh, tho otiiormnut
fort In Hoslon harbor, where, during tho
war, pomicai prisonors wcro confined: tlin
big guns frowned down upon .us'cluf jof
the deep embrasures In Its mas'slvo wrifii
as woglldcd by. Turning to tho right wc
r '"to mo piaciu walors of Wn r r vnr.
and soon aro at' tho' landing, and within
sight and sound of tho roarlnp inrf nf Md
ocean, which is only divided from us at
mis point by a strip of land loss than llftv
yards In width. Tho dlstanco from Ho..
ton is 18 miles, and Is mndo In juat ono
our oy uio lair ltose." Tlio first tIqw
of the ocean from tho top ol tho beach Is
grand an J magnificent in tho extreme, and
bounded In front only bv tho horizon It.
solf. Its broad bosom wm ilmin,!
y Innumerable crafts, from the tlnv
sail boat to tho full-rigged merchant ship,
bound for distant climes and foreign
is about flvo miles In length, and nt low
water mark is about ono thousand feet
wide and is smooth nnd hard as a polished
marblo floor, and though rock
ribbcp at either end, not a
single stono covers this mag
nificent oxpansc. Ucing so level the surf
is constant, tho roar is ccasolcss and undy
ing. Tho waters continually dash and
spend thoir fury at your very feet. As
you walk tho llrm, hard sand they creep
up nearer and nearer until somo ono more
bold than his follow sends the white foam
up uround you nnd causos you to scamper
up tho sanUs in a hurry. "Wo walked to
tho farther end of tho beach, out on tho
cxtremo point of rocks, anil seated our
solves to watch the incoming tide. It was
a sight ever to bo remembered. As tho
tidocamoin, tho wind freshened, tho white
caps grow largor, tho waves dashed fur
iously against the rocks sending clouds of
whito foam high in tho air, seemingly
growing more desperate at meeting with
resistance, retreating,' gathering' moro
force, and finally sending, tho spray over
us in such copious showors woworo forcod
at last to.chango our base. It was grand
and glorious. ' tfhojalt sea Is a torriblo ap
petizer, giving ono "w tonic" that nover
could bo compounded by your worthy
voaerauieuiscipics orualon,tho"busy lis."
W adjourned at last to tho
BOCKLAJf D CirE
which is located about midway
of tho beach and at high
water work, whoro wo proceeded to put
ourselves outside of some magnificent
clam chowder, which was not only pleas
ure to the eye but extremely savory to
tho taste, "oh, mon, but it teas gudcf Af
ter thoroughly refreshing tho inner man,
we took our tietta on the broad piazza, on
tho tea sldo of the cape, and listened to
the roar of tho surf as It dashed against
the beach. "Wo were much amused at the
antics of a number of nondescript objects
that were floundering about in the surf,
until at last some ono ut our side said that
they were women bathing. "SVo wero
glad to b told that they wore women, be
cause we like a neW'setiiaUoa, and hero we
bad one, for In all oiir eventful experience
we cerer before., was able to tell
a wointo even at a very remote distance.
Attached to the cape and not fifty feet
dhtLtit nunit a. bathing room where bath
ing suite are hired for a small compensa
tion, and here we noticed every few, min
utes, juadi of two and three, sometimes
half a dozen would come out dressed in
bathing suits with a coarse old straw hat
tied over tho head and fuc, conccaliug tho
features, and make for the wuter. Hut
whether they wore masculine, feminine, or
I ..... J ..... 1.1 .1 . . 1 . . .... I
"c""r' "u-uu'u u" uUn...r,
Z" . " 8
Talk about "Venus rising from tho sea,'
and ull that sort of thing: wo want no
more of it in ours (not 1
tin lathing imt).
Wo do not know a moro hideous object
l,'an a short, fat old woman coming out of
the surf. Yes wo do; wo will take it all
tmclc. for thev do lmvn n tirihhm resem.
-' - - .
oianeu io uiu iiumnii oi-inj;, inai i, in
tjiots, but from tho long, lank ones, may
the gods defend' us. Put ono of them in n
corn Held, and any
would commit suicide out of sheer shame
Und mortification. If wo wished to pun-
. . e I
hideous sight and mein," wo know now
rii-ht where to tio. Nantasket beach,
when Uio batlicrs aro out una tho t.do
T ... - ..'.I
I . ... I t.. 41... a'- k'i .1 II..
coiiimg m mm mu ihiho. oirunmu
down to tho rocks again during the after-
noon, wo observed somo boys fishing, nnd,
just to keep our hand in, wo held one
of tho poles for a fow minutes, nnd had
the satlsfavtion beforo leaving of landing a
iilco rock cod. Jlut tlio lomrost dav's
pleasure must como to a close. I.ato'in
tho afternoon tho "ltoso Standish" round.
ed the point and camo up aloneBldo tho
little plor, and recblvcd her precious
freight of over 600 passengers
"All aboard." "cast off'," and we wcro
.n ' .i n..
. nw, ijjouuiui wiiiijr uwa iu lug vujr. vn
our wav un a nleasuro vacht. filled with a
.av and hannv crowd, naisod. and. as aho
. , - , -
'glided by, saluted us with nor cannon
which was promptly returned from on
V.nnril. Wn roaplltiil Iloatnn 1 aun.nf Imv
ing passed by far tho most delightful day
of tho season. Ytvit la Namtasket.
At ever, cheerfully, J. U. K. T
Till MKW YORK JIKFOKM MKKTINU.
At tho rocont great reform moeting In
Now York, which was participated In
very largely by Domocrnts, as woll as by
Henublioans. Hon. ltobt. 11 ltooiovnlt. nun
1 ' '
of the speakers, began his remarks as fol
do not know whethor it is exactlv
possiblo for a man to bo born a JJomocrat,
uuv i eiuini to come as near H as auv ono
can, Tho earliest recollection tlint 1 lmvn
of public nuostlons, when my arms had nt-
vniuu nmo more man seven years, pith,
VTA.. rl ..... 11 1
' ' "v Mi.uvfiuiug atauiieiuy auuun-
BworviiiBiytuoirrtai doctrines of Dcmoc-
and 1 Jfoul"ratj for Democracy la llko vaccina
-wj. ..Vw ...v vuuu i uavo been u
tho . 1 w?.n. " .u f".'".,;" l' lasts life.
Uut as I did not bollovo' dl.lovalt,
to mean Domocrnev
not bollovo dishonesty to incan nomocracy
now. Tho very cornor-stono of m.r fI.T,
f.5E.UI5.O8on.0l,,!o'' administration of
Srlnnlnln. ' ""U V'tllOUt that 110 codo of
of CUM arlCvfl" nCOiVC 11,0 1,cnrl- uPPl
?L I J ",rly ,0l.,r POrty is the party of
dB' ,r' ","",Vi0.Pc.0l'10 f? "'"W on
Vrf. r,Vii: 10 . ,U0Ubtlcss nrc, among
DOtll parties COod. linnnmt.lo 1 i ... .1?
ins around me. l'cnn; Y.tZ . ' . JV.V
uwnuv til ilk UULI1
sides ran lay equal claim to credit In this
1MU biiUidt. J1UL LUOSQ Wfinlrivn lln...
cy thoso .Who havo put their abiding faith
In It and built up tho hopes of tho clorv
of their country on it. natumllv
Itas tho roprcsontation of whatever is no-
uiusi miiu uesi.
THE ONE TERM l'ltliVUll'LE.
llOIIACK OIIKKLKY'8 K.rOHITIO.V Or lltM
llornco Urcolov will nnnn dm 1
- - f I a i vjiuvii-
tial campaign with an artlclo In the forth
coming Novembor Ualary on "Tho One
Turin l'rlneinlc." Tim fnllnu.In.. I. .
summary of his viows:
Slartinc with the Idea that civil sorvlcn
reform is essential to tho purification of
our politics, and demand by all thought
ful citizens, 3Ir. Greeley contends tlint
tho desire and hopes of tho President to
sccuro n rc-clcctton, nnd his cfiorts to
that end, effectually prevont tho rofonn.
Civil service, reform means tho selection
of tho fittest men for olllco, instead of tho
most cflcctivo I or nonvl politicians oftlio
dominant partv. Tho 'fruits of the present
system nro wiJo-sprcad in capacity, incf-
uciency, uisnoncsty nnu speculation. A
Postmaster, not to bo too cxactinc. ouuht
to know how to rend, which nomo tin.
others do not. All will admit that such
bilitv is desirable In his vocation, but if
tho ono who lucks it is tho most cflUicnt
partisan, and has dono tho most towards
tho President's election, his claims cannot
well bo ovorborno. "Will not his services
bo wanted four venrs honco 7 And how
aro they to bo retained if his claims arc
osiponed to ono who can read, but has
o skill in manipulating voters or votes?
Mr. Grcolev asks: "How much bottnr l.
his than tho absurdity of hereditary log
lsiaiuro; ii our jeueraianu local func
tionaries woro chosen bv lot. would thev
avorgo worse than they now do? That
'the King can do no wrong,' If taken lit
erally, is irrational. If tindcrsoodtomcan
only that ho is cljvatcd abovo all temp
tation to misrule ; that is doing wrong
would argue moral irnot mental insanity,
and that no cannot bo presumed to have
acted within his prcrccativo under tho
sway of any unworthy motivo, then the
maxim becomes intelligible. Tho justifi
cation of royalty is its nllogcd tendency
iu iiaco iuc cneii ruior oi a nnuon auovo
all temptation to regard and pursue his
own interest at the oxnenso of tho nublic
Hr. Greeley then discussed tho qtiettion
historically tho irrowthof tho patronauo
of the President, tho efforts to restrict the
r resident to ono term by proposed consti
tutional amendment, tho scfish reasons for
tno dclcat of these latter, nnd tho rapid ac
cumulatiou of the evil growing out of the
power of patronage, and tho temptation of
the Prosldcnt to use that patronngo for
Mr. Grcelov concludes by savin" : "All
that is needed is an intelligent, earnest,
.!.!.. .1 1-.!. .. .! '
luu-auri'au uuuviuuuii iuiu vtiu jiruuiieu
of re-electing a Chief Magistrate while in
office is fraught with evil and peril ; that
it distracts his attention from tno proper
cares and duties of his situation, and im
pels him to consider not who nro the fit
test and most worthy to fill tho offices in
his gift, but what ch'oico will bo most like
lv to improve his chances of rcnoriina
tion. "We shall yet achieve a c'n II reform
nay, wo must. Ofiicc-sceking is our na
tional rice, divesting our workshops of
apprentices, our farms of half the Intelli
gent, energetic, aspiring youths, who
ought to make onr agricultureof the next
thirty years exhibit n series of bril.iant ad
vanccs'and improvements upon all that
prcceeded it. Hut vainlv shall hope for
such reform through the lopping off of
branciies wniie the root ol tho upas re
mains intact and vital. That root is the
re-election, while in office, of Presidents,
Governors, and othor dispensers of vast
phtronage, with their consequent tcrnnta.
toln to uso that patronage in aid of their
continuance in power."
THE KK1V MORMON CITY UltlOIIAH
YOUNO IIL'YI.VU THE O ENTILES OL'T.
I From the fortune Iteporter, 21)
AVithin tho past few weeks lirigham
Yount: has purchased nearly all tho
"... . i . . i .I.... . L i . r
nroporiy o. mo icui n uoUl wn: o .r.
airiiolad. wih iV nproveme.as V1
ing therefor the settlor's own price. Tliero
c.,n be no doubt of tho intention of the
-Mormons to ounu tip n now town at ooua
Springs, in anticipation of tho Utah
Northern railroad, nnd henco their hurry
to buy out all the Gentile squatters up
,horCt Wc aro delimited to learn
tho church U paying our friends hujli
prices for their property, especially Cap
tainlloland, who is tibout to remove to
t s.utc.s. lo Chicago, probnblv. whoro
ho intends to pursue a mcrcnntilo life
hereafter. On yesterday Captuin T.oland
"W "''"m.,','0"0.8.' I'VVf?. L.
placo tho lino stock in tho pastures of this
vicinity, as soon as they can bo taken
down. a wish tno uiptnin all goou
IUUK, B IIU UI'IJIII W5 tuil liuuiuu lunmu
. l-,l .,.,,,1,1 ,,,,,1 ...!,, tin ilpntit
anchor: tliero will tho neighbors find a
worthy citizen. Moantirno, brother Urig
lil " . i'
I wlinrn nnlv ihn fnithhil urn to lin riflfiiHlod
I nn l.i.Ilillr... ia n.w nit t
S ... . ..... ... . . ..........
to.j10 pearl v u'fttos. That is. If ho can run
his new road over tho lands of tho Central
Pacific for sixty miles -Sortlicf Ogden.
I. & E. GHEENWALD.
Flour ond Crist Mills,
Tho "Tuppcr" Patent Grate bar,
MAOIIINEUT I'OIl OENE11AI. l'UItl'OSES,
CSS A I..
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply ctutoincr nitli tho test
mmrncimTT)"! ATI u i utmio
A iiiwuuttu ivsy iijijh.ujo
OniiKItl left at llollldayllrns. onkc.70 OHIO
l.KVKK, or nt Iho Uoal Yard U low tho Ht,
I Charles Hotel, will roctdte Proini.l attontlon.
THKTUl! MONTAUIC1' willltlm;eonl al
ai.nVr. 'it any1
IIATOSIi:i.OU'N IIAIlt It i i;,
Thin niperh Hnlr Dyo tho hut ix tub Would
IVrlcellv Hntniloi, Itcllablo nnd In-thanlpom,
.NoilHaiipolntmenl. Ko Ulillciiloin Tints or Un
Plinvnnt fMor. Thooptiulno W. A. llacholor'n
llalr Djo prodiicn IMMi:i)IATi:i.Y n i-plendhl
lilAik or ntilural llroim. Dock not Stain tha
Hlnii, I. ut Untoatho Hnlr Clean, Hofl and llenutl.
fill. Tho only Hnfo iml Fprfoct Dvo.
Hold liynlldruxlti, Fnotory 10 Pond Htreid,
Now Yolk. mntildeoilAwly
ON MAKHIAO K.
Kisnja for Voting .Mon, on K'enl Hoclnl Kviln
and Aluifc, tthlcli Inlcrfero with MnrrliKo, nd
ruin tho li.ipplncia ol thoiianndB, with cure
tnoana of relief for tno Krrlnrj and Unfotunato,
dl.-a.cd and dehllltnted. Hint in atalod lottor
envelupc, free ol cliarRc. Address, UOWAIIR
ASSOCIATION, No. a S. Mnlh atrcct, I'hlladel
fhln, ! fplw3iii
1TSOUKK AND ITS PltEVKNTIVK
BY Dlt. J. II. SCIIENOK, M. J).
Mnnr nluiman hoinit hn poi-l away for wlioio
iloath thcri'wairioiithi'rrt'iuon than tlioncKlrct
j if known iiiidlhdiapiiuiblrpriiTonmoanaor euro
i I "p.u,r "l"1 "l-'.,r ' fa'"Ur and Irlomla nni
a?;cir.,MuWM B,u""'i,r "ii""""."
I)U. JOMKIMl II. HCIIFACK'HWIMIM.K
nnd arnlted llionnolrn of hla wondorfullr efflca
ilnua inc;Jlclnc. llior wpul.l not havo UUm.
I)r. Hchvnck has In hl own cue uniTrd that
ot'Sr.Sri?ir.!uffl,?l?nl lM.uX malna;that ltal!
nr. t;r mtlclnoa anil hla illrpctlona for thalr
mc.la oulckcntHl Into healthful tlgor.
In thl. automent there la noUilna preiumo
Jurnia. To tho faith of tlio Inrallil fa tSSuna
ripreentrttlon ml Is not a thounand Umoi Mb.
fUntlatod tij llTlnir nnd vlilblu works. Tho
theory of tho euro T.y lr. Uchenck'a medicines
i,aT?l2,p, " " nn'"ni. 11. philosophy ra
J ' no arBuoit'iit. It l alfi.urlng, aolfiou-
Tho &.wced Tonle and Mandrake Pills are th
Hfif. wi """'.y' ",,,c" '10 citadel of the
liialaily la naullcit. Two thirds of the cases of
ojiiauinptlou orlnlnato In dyspepsia and a runo-
?n"ilL,..,"iVl?,e.re!1 UrSr- vTtfithla fondttlon
tho broncli al tubca " STlnpalblto" with the
etoniach. Ther respond to tho morblfle action
or tho HTor. Hero then comes tho culminating
result, and tho aottlug In, wltu all Its distress
The Mandratq rills aro composed of one of Na
ture's noblest ulll.-lho l'lxloplilllum I'alutauu
1 hey poises; nil ttm blood-scnrehlnr. BlteratlTo
pruKftlts of calomel, but, unlike calomel, they
"LEAVE NO 8T1NG DEIIIND."
Tliowcrkof curalsnowbeslnnlnfr. The vitia
ted and muoiui deposits In the tKiw.ls and In the
allmenury canal aro ejected. Tho lUer. like
icluc.l!..,, """'id up. It arouses from IU torpid
fle tnniach acts responslrely, and the
Ueat begins to feci that ho Is Keillor, at last,
A SUPPLY OF fiOOD BLOOD.
The Pea-wcM Tonle. tn conjunction with the
rills, permeates and assimilates with tho food,
thjllrlcatlon Is now progressing without Its pre
Tlous tortures. IHeeill.m beojmes palnless.and
tho cure Is seen to bo at hand. There Is no more
natulence, no exacerbation of tho stomach. An
appetite acta In.
now oomcs ibo sreatesl mood mrltler ejor Tet
rlren hr an
indultfcnt father to Buffering man.
llmonla HrruDonmH In i.i iu.rfr.vm
Hchenck's I'ulmimla Syrup comes In to
Its functions and to hasten and complete tho
cure. It entera at oneo upon IU work. Naturo
n not.be cheated, it collects and ripens tho
imrairca ana aiseasco portions of the tangs.
Initio form of gatberlngt.lt prepare them Tor
expectoration, and lot In a Tery short time tho
malady Is vanquished, tho rotten throne that It
occupied Is runoTatod and made new, and the
rallent.ln all the dignity of regained Tlgor.it p.
forth to cnjvy tho manhood or womanhood that
OIVEX UP AH LOBT.
Tho second thing Is. tho patients mast stay tn a
warm room mill they get well i It Is almost im
possible to nrerent taking cold when the lungs
are diseased, bat It mutt be prevented or a an
can not bo eBettcd. . fresh air and riding out.
especially In this suction or the country.Tn tho
fall und winter- season, aro all wrong. I'hyst.
clans who recommend that courso losa their pa
tient.. It their lungs arc budly diseased: and yet,
because they nro In tho honse they must not
sit down quiet I they must walk about tho room
as much and as fast as tho strength will bear, to
get upa good circulation of bl d. Tho patient
mutt keep In good spirits bo determined Ut get
well. This has a grout deal to do with tho appe
tite, and 1 thotrn.nl point to gain.
To despair of euro after such evidence of It
possibility In tho worst cases, and moral cer
tainty In all others. Is sinful. Mr. Hchenck's per
sonal statement to tho faculty of his own euro
was In theso modest words i
"Many years ago I wus tn tho last stages of
coniumptloni onUned to my N-d, and at r.no
time my physicians thought that I could not lira
a week: then. like n drowning man catching at
rlraws. I heard 'if and obtained the preparation
which I now oiler to the public and they ma.li
a perfect cure of mo. It seemed to me that 1
could feel them tienctrato my wholo system.
They .n ripened tho matter In my lungs, and
I would spit up moro than a pint of MTenslvo
yellow matter every morning for u long tlmo.
' As soon as that began lo subside, my cough,
fever, lAlns, and night sweats all began to leavu
in", and myappellPi beenmo so great that It was
wlthdlBculty that 1 could keep from eating too
much. 1 soon trained my strength, and have
grown tn flesh ever since.
"I was weighed shortly after mr recovery."
added the Doctor, "tnen looking llko a mere
skeleton! my weight was only ninety -seven
iuudst my present weight Is twohundred and
twenty-tire fill) pounds, and for year 1 havu en
joyed uninterrupted health."
fir. fhenck has discontinued tils professional
rlsli. f New. York and lloston. !fo or his son,
fir. J. II. bchenck, Jr., still continue to see pa
tients at their office. No. 11 North Wllth Htraet,
I'hllndelphla.ercry Haturday from SA.M.toS r.M.
Those who wish a thorough examination with
the Ilesplroracter will be charged as. The Ilea.
rlrometer declares the exact condition of the
iings. and patients can readily learn whether
they aro curable or not.
Ibe directions for taking the medicines are
adapted to the Intelligence eren of a child. Fid
low theso directions, and kind Naturo will do the
rest, excepung that In some cases the Mandrake
I'lll. are tn bo taken In Increased doses: the
three medicines need no other accompaniments
than the ample Instructions that accompany
them! First create appetite. Of returning
heulth, hunger Is the most welcomo symptom.
When It conies, as It will come, let the despair
ing at oneo bo of good cheer. iood blood atones
fullows, thu cough loosens, thu night sweat Is
abated. In a short tlmo both of these morbid
symptoms nro gone f oreror.
Dr. Mhenck's medicines are constantly kept In
tensof thousands of families. As alsxatlvo or
purgative, the Munarano run am a standard pre
paration i whilo tho 1'ulmonlc byrup, aa a euro
of roughs nnd colds, may bo regarded aa a pro.
nhylaiicric agulmt consumption lu any of lis
I'rlco of tho Pulmonic Hyrup and Bca-woed
Tonic, 1 1.') li boltio. or i'Mn half dotou. Man
ilraku 1'111.,'icmilsabox. I'oraalo by all drug
kau and dealer.
I It y ; O If H.
C. HAN NY.
KKNTUCKY JkAXS, IXTIIA,
OUOS OitAIN .SILKS,
LAlttSK STOCK OF CARPETING,
0 I I. CLOTHS,
IIIn KntlrcNIorU Sow tioaliiu Out
VKItY I.OAV FIOUHKS.
COltNEIt STII ST., AND COMMKUCIAI.-AV.,
BOOKH, iaiuphleta, lirielB, catalogues, now.
papers, tax litis, and every variety of eiton;
aivo piliilluu coutractod for, and promytly and
ipeodily oiKCiiloil, In tho imllutlii hook, Job;
nil J itctrxpncr 'jiadlny eslahlishmcut,
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
ULLbl-DllUU iillA lHDUn..vi. w... , IU.1 II Y T 1 1 IC HAUW ill. 1
Amount of 1'oi.iciks in y0iicrEc. 31,
Total Income to Sauk Datic,
Nt I vc'UKAHK of Kirks in Forck, 1870,
Tlie larareat 9fct Isiersxtae tarlair ts
Onowi Incrbarb of Kirks in Fobcii, 1870 30.327.73O 00
Only two Companies Id the werM iioeed this gross Increase attiring ino.
..!.h?..2B.1 ?f9,t..177ilSh. Trantea, as a chartered right, ttie Brfnclnie of UiCkt iuvm
ME.NT.-i IN KAC1I rfrATB, in proportion to It. Premium" or f lle'lDsuranci TKund. IUVi2i1
The only Company which, hr Ita eharl.r. ul. Finn htitu a h.i,iv,..,..'
IIOMF. lIUAUD Ur DIRECTORS.
O-EITEA.ll OFPICE, ST. IsOXJIs, MO.
JAMKS II. UKITTON, Fi.sldont.
llLNttY W. Hounn, Vice 1'resldent. . Fklix Conn, Bopl. Missouri Dapt.
Wm, Hanlbt, .Secretary. JoIIX N. PbiVciiIbd, TreZirer?
C. F. 11 lminer, Attorney. K. I, Limoine. M. B , M. Offlie.
Hon. " m. Hark km, Consulting Counsel nndA'cttfiyV" i f
SOUTHKKN ILLINOIS DKI'AKT MKNT.
K. 1. l)L'Rt.iaiiAM, Manager.
CAIRO BRANCH BOARD.
The lollonltiK named gentli uien hold or control 10,(sJ Insiirauce each, la the Life AssosiaUca
V. "SV. lUncLAY,
H. W. Wkbii,
II. H. Canuck,
.1. M. l'uiLLira,
K. S. Hrkiiiau,
Paul O. Scnuu.
Learn our Uatlea attitl Plana be fore
Cakl L. Thomas,
DOORN, HANI!, ETC I
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HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ot cmy description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAK POSTS,
DOOHS, SASH, BLINDS.
Furnished on shortest nolle.
Commercial-ay, bet. 10th and Hth-blz.,
W. W. THORNTON,
IILINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
Office on Tenth St.,
BlTfwu 'oiume relal and Wausblua;tois
AOENTH lor Kock Itlver l'arr Company's
Hheatlunif Kelt and (juarli Ceinont.
11. VY, JOIili a linproreil uoouiik always u
WIN EM AN It I.IUUUIU.
WM." H. SCHUTTBR,
luiporter ssmU Wliulewstle Hostler 1st
Aflit for thu Uisl hraod of
CHKAM AND STOCK ALK,
IsuorlHl Ale or DlfTereul UiBtlsJ.
75 Ohio Lf.vke,
II CAIKO, ILUNda.
F. M. STOUKFIeKTlf,
smsssua rOULi a irocartiTU
IHectlfyer and Vl'boleaslo Dealer
jYomlffu and DtMnoaille
No. 78 Ohio Lbvkb,
TTK keeps on hand constantly a full stock of
4Samii HeniiiCKy jiouruon, tiro aim nononia.
Fii-iik WliUkles.-French UrandW, 'llollaud Uln,
llhinoand California Wines,
U. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL "ESTATE AGENTS
74 (8KCONI VLOOIt) OHIO LKVK1C,
V OAIUO, ILLS.,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
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