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, HKJK'CnATC I'Ol'NTV TICKET '
fV Truouf'f Collector,
WILLIAM MARTIN.5' E
For Surveyor,
JOHN P. IIELY.
Judok David Dmmb recently cou
tributcd $500 to the Lincoln iiionuuieut
Jfociation,. t6 be used in improving
the grounds about the monument.
HonACE l'ortTr., in chanre of tL
White House, declined to telegraph ta
the president in regard to pubV bu.i
ncss imperatively demanding hi attrc
tion, on the ground that Giant wa
bott to take a trip to New-York, and
eonldn t tjHirejhe Itmc to attend to offi
eid business.
AwiUTF.r., nigniiig himsolf "Toot,"
writes a letter to the Carwi iGxir.W in
tfliich he attempts to bn wiKy af.cr (he
TTerd-Xasby-UilHuss ptylo. As lie
fails entirely, except in the cscciablc
spelling, may it not be said Hut " Toot "
comes out at tbc HtUecnd'of the boin?
IloN. TVm'. Scwabtz, representative
ftroa Perry connty, the twelfth district,
died on the 22d inst. Mr. Schwartz is
tho fifth momhor of the twenty-seventh
general assembly that has deceased.
The other four wcro Senators Casey
and Gibson and .Representatives Licth
end Pinky.
Timix arc four million idcmocrals in
the United States. It has been proved
tbt four, in the enpa'city of public offi
c'ni in New-York City, have been
guilty f dishonest practices., Would
n't it bo remarkably simple proportion
in any one to attempt to figure up the
number of radicals in the public ter
ms flio arc guilty of like nffciifcc, b
ot.itir the qtuiion in i.n w.-.v : as foui
if Jour million? so arc tho number of
n;l thieves to the whole number of
Tsdittl voters '(
The, radical press all over the conn
try looked with ill-concealed plcasuic
n tbr Tammany frauds. The unction
with which it seized iho opportunity
for berating the democratic pnr.y, was
to:i Kjipirent to deceive even itcclf with
tie idea that honest indignation at the
J,iropiiation by dishonest office's of
tb millions of the people's money
caused tLo outbui;. Hut rince, in the
Uigtugo. of .tho .Missouri l)rmoi-,,t,
" the very courts that a few months
' go were under the rule of the ring,.
now prommnco tho words that com
'plete itg,dclruo:ibn" in truer words,
since the condcinna ion o" the infam
ies perpetrated by lc,s than half a
dozen democrat in New Yo-k ci y
comes from a democ a.ic coiut. bached
hr fill. 4 r... ....,! p ..II i ,
Qcmocrais in the whole eo-'tli nml
breadth of tho lind, will the rcd'.cal
-
press ue a zcnlous to app ove the
prompt justice and honest Msiiiiiuonta
of the, malty, as it was quick (o con
deinu the crimo of the few?
ftu 4l.n III. ..I- M.. .1 .1 .1 . .
ui uc uuer uie nurd an
rnul convention of the Ilailroad Con
dnctors' Lifelnsuiancc Company of the
s.will mnnl
at Hooleys Upeia lfous-c in Chiea-o
. w
Ilooley's Opeia lfous-c in
Ti
a .nni..t;n.. ..... r 1.,
i
. lunucu inree years
ago, since which time
has b
me its success
T( . . ",
disorganized
-..V..UU..V.1. ii IS nrL'aillzeil
on a plan which makes the expense of
uieuioersuip small, while tho certainty
1 . 1 ...
of its QUjcct that for providing W 1,
Widow aud.falhcrlcss is assured. For
ii.Q.
tlon, each member is assessed one .Inl
lnr, the amount of thi
Jo 1,n 'niv . ,i. r.....M
' ,n "u "miiy oi the ,de
ceat-eu. in case of the total disabil
of A tnmli(r llm i.u.r.... . ..
..uu.iuu .. ,m i inE..i.A
llnrinf tlio H,rnn ..... .. .
. . riiiiiu.
" J OI Kg ex St.
euea, ttio -company has paid the Bum
. t iofc
,-178.00 to tho families of deceased
or . permanently .1U,..U. Z.'
.. "iuuors,
.nouiu the association number
lourmousand, would make the assess
men: oi each member, in case of a
detb, jovcnty.five cents. Of course
with tho increase of members, tho us.
eewmcuts become'' less. During' the
, year ending August 3W, 1871, there
wro fdrty-four tuiipifiti ivuic, eight
of svhioh'were for total QfyHtf' Tlic
total nuouut paid on these nsseBsmonfs
cust oi oau.uu per annum to each l'y mfai pnopioortho diitrict rovlvn j '' w"un 1,10 urowsy bootlo whools to
member. In tho call nf ). .xa lho Brc1 'ashlngtonian movement In dr.0nl"lP' fl ght at sultry noon-tidc; and
meraoer. in tbo call of tho president earnest .and appeal to tho head" of t 0 ?,hon. ,a lowlnB rd. como homo at mil-
to themcmbcrs of tho 'company he """I dcpurtmcnU to sign tho total abs'i. ,e tl,n?' 1 "lnkof thee; andllko a pleco
suggests the propriety of firing 1, .n.nce V' 'p0 ,l"d stop drinking and cot. EUIn elastic, my heart sooms stretched
,fcb ic propriety of uxmg the ting drunk. Goorgo S. Boutwell the ? ur Ruross ,n-v bosom- Your hair Is liko
mount of policy to he .paid to the ""fi101-0 treasury, Is tho onl'vone .nm,in(l Lft 6orro1 l,00 powdered with
families of deceased me.nhL Mnnn ' iLlll'A ' surrounding V0'dJ P "J .keworod through
; wMa,C?1.0p. Tho tola! oipendiJ
iuim uurniL' II 0 venr r,i -i.:
I' 1' .1 . ciailOHlTJ,
pruning, express chnres, secrc
fl Y7!.krf, etc, . wcro'e3,28C,02, It
,rill-be mn at onco, that when a'mem-
"rcr pays his assessment on tho
death of a member, he feels assured
that the money goes to tho family of
tho deceased and is not oaten up by the
conijilleaicd cxppnscaiof the ordinary
insurance company S.Tqtiies Marshall,
oivtlieJ2ew York Central and Hudson
llivcr railroad, is president of the com
pany and J. 0. Cormick, of tho tlli
iioi'Viitril, vice-president.
- -THE GAHU1KF GIANT.
to T X r '-'! :
WHO MALE IT AND MOW IT WAS D0NK.
A lato'cvr York Tribune contains a
full and 'authentic history of the Car
diff giautj with a sketch of the
lifts of Gcorgq Hull, its sole origU
nator, manufacturer and perpetrator
The. liG taut!' vis made iu Chiva trvaj.
a section of gypsum tlw ftfti htt
three feet wide aad Vv htn
This lu;;e fwesswat, txflkVHwh riii
g-nsum de;xiis m it)it hitr 'if
ea at &t h ia.'iV(ib t'ml .cywft,
K ajfyr tiiix aiti jt mJ)c C v.;' -
rakipg and i( final completion Is dc-
senbed as foltOTra? .
'"Thehead workman hd dono conjider-
able ornsmcntal,tono.vork in Ciiicagu,
and pcrhnps postcsscd some sl'ht $is
plclonsof tho sculptor's art. i'i st, sovcr
ul clay Jmagea woro mnJo. Every effort
was nut forth to, avoid nny llkonca to n
Ktatuo. Xho peculiar position in which
tho cinnt hoi been seen by so innnv visit
ors fs'tlio'rcsult of this strenuous endeavor.
Finally n clay Imago was mado satisfactory
to all rcquiromonts, and tho work of re
producing it, in tho block of gypsum com
menced. Tho German head emnlove
frequently bolted, demanding more pay,
o that, llulhhimielr.was oollgod to do u
largo pari of tho work. But the statun
gradually advanced toward completion.
Ai mo, cna 01 uif-co niontiis tnou stood
.lohn Hcnrv. naked, bald and Dicturesouo.
But nuturo herself lean ires moro than a
sculptor's chisel for tier imitation. The
vcm pores 01 ine sKin must be represented
n John -Henry' body. -To tu's end Hie
followinir dovico was resorted to: A cir
cular piece of card-board, lha size of a
waicn crystal, was cut out. Tho hand was
was pressed on this, leaving prints of tho
skin's pores. Darning noodles wore pressed
through tho card.bpard'at tbo points
marked by these prints. Thon tho needles
woro fixed in place by piaster of Paris; and
into the plaster of Paris was poured melted
lead, thus forming a handle. Tho tool to
made wus in fact a heavy hammer, with
the knitting-needle points projecting1. from
its f;icc. Then tho whole bod v of tho mys
terious giant was caro'dlly peeked
over. Ksprcial caro was used to make the
murks plain and deep under John Ilenry't
noe, In tho plnco wliero modern giants
wi-nr their mustaches. Finally, tho wholo
I10U3 imd threo ceparalo baths or sulphuric
ad'), giving It a rusty, dingy appearance,
.u.J ciirr.viiic tho ilutu of its origin bank at
least '1,000 years."
Q'lio diiTicu'ty of finding a suitable
place to bury tho "giant" is described
at length. The selection of Onondaga.
tho interment, with the excitement
wncn 1110 wonueiiui giant was un
earthed n ycur a crward, nro interest
nig.readiug for the curious. Just how
much monqy tho originator of tho giant
made out of it, is not known, but as he
sold one-eighth shares at $15,000
share, and the wholo cost to himself,
from tho beginning, was only 82,000, it
i9 supposed to bo enough to niako Mr.
Hull perfectly satisfied with his novel
investment of time and money.
THE NATION'S PERIL
COUhTERKWTEIlS AND SOTB AT THE HEAD
01' THE OONEKNMENT THE AWTiJLTn
lqUITtESOr WASHINGTON OFFICIAL SO
CiETV. IWanlilistoa Correspondence of the Jf. T. Sua.J
I l.e great republic may havo forgotten
that ono o: Iho last acts ot President John
son was lo'ruaiovo from office, or rollre
fro.n the ac.ive list, llruvet Miij. (Ian. Ji.
i . ui.ee, paymiiSie'LeneraloIihe UniUu
bia.es afiiiy. DUobediunco to orders, or
indiffu'cnce to thuni, wnich is ,',io samo
thing, was tho cause or tho president's ac
tion. T,io clap-.rap cry Was instantly set
up hy I.iiec and liis claouer that "ll.-Ien
was Known ,0 bo a f.-.end of Grant, honco
was d's'iUed by Jo'inson," etc. That was
enough, wliokhor true or not. The verv'
Hi st odicinl act of President Grunt was to
reins. aio Ilrice as pay, mister general, at
the l'C;'d oflhu
i ... i :w
' now told by President Grant's
'. in -iun I UI K .1181 11OUZ0 8
;... u'i?u" 1,1 -,uw loi-K.natiiodgo's
delica.ion is man.res.ly tho result ol I
caiolcs.noss of ,.iu chief of his depar.-
,n.K- T,iu 1,rl(;oi that his examination
of Hodgo's accouius, as reriulicd by tho
Ol llO(ln' lirfnnn.. ... t
'yvr "ml PBulatioi.s of the doparnnont.
I "Vl'Qtt riiiilftn. (.An. ........ ? t:. 1
o T " t T u"";" ul "'voruism, and
vailed in tho r.av'deim.-imn,,. i ?. .
rc-
chief
1 tmsiL.. , i"' ,1nr"PcUiitcd for doing
;ri.:. 'i i ca,y lllh to
ow.n oUlt'c"
V. f. " ",roB toaiunony against Price
" 7 uu" eJ'wwu of un a
I " .w ivutn 11111 L, n.n hnnnhi. .
I Clous " thnn Ilrini.'. ..r . .i".
i . ... : ".iiiiu iiitirn v .
.lont .l.l.l .. 1 " .T" . 1 "1 PSl-
0f form is rcmiired in other JXlu yJZ
- I UBIIL llinlilrl nut ert ha.
I, w,l'lcl1 ,cc," ) w to attract
L,e "U.0.nl'on.of ptaln moral relormer.
e press, anu city authorities. m'
Dissipation amor,g,go.vernmcnt officers
Islho grealoslexlstrng dnngor to this ro
public. Let our chlefofflclals at "Washlnc.
ton, and thoso who should now bo there
begin social reform among thcmsolvoi'
and thoy will at once romovo serious causes
"sa u viL'nr IlPQd fir linatnna.
Jnsrton are not to be stopped by closing up
"Wff ilK?'0' T,,u uvl1 i't under
roottlhlvasliingtoh olsew'hero than thoso
.referred to. JSocIotv In Wushi tli.tnn
. I 1 1 1 . , . . . ' " J
vsjjuciauy wiBnuwngress is in session, is
rmv i
:r.lT.u,u.1. ,DCn?cll'l?ri,'i'B business.1' , r..1 . , :
ity with ih0 Cl,if eXeet,ve of (Zn& f " n ,ny t,,0UBhl- W',on Auror. Wu,h-
v i tiiiira i
; uisrupuon and'coruptlon of every kind T v ,,lru''oi through a rotieu an-
and will praVtlcally rerulo tho stnrie, f'";, our.0, i from a?l.unk 0 Parh n
are flying' throughrtho nation of the , L U( ",d f0l,r mo11"' I' pucke red with
graceful condition of some high executive ?,k h nev oT QH " P
officor, or somo senator, or of this or that " bu,,r paw; hmf ,yriuds
representative, ono or' all of whom ur0 "11 "J? K thor., ruady tony
perhaps reported as disgracefully drunk rlni.. i . ' ,mriJ?t 8 Vour laugh
ahd vulgar and blasphemous on public X TS lll0 "'0 wind of 1 mrp'"
occasion.. 1 .r,aln,' "I V.le ,b.k'al f the stray lamb on a
Drunkenness and HccntIou,neBlw,..i.. eaV hilLshle. Tho di.sst'Tlm . .r 2 .
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 187i,
loose texture Drunkenness and licen
tiousness permeates It as water permeates
sand or tho 'Igbt penetrates glass. It ex
ists in tho Uill'erent bureaus of the depart
ments, Introduced thoro by presidents,
cabinet ministers, senators, and represen
tatives, and often against Iho wishes of the
urcau officers, who haro to submit to tho
disgrace or tako tho chanci . of being sud
denly removed.
Sometimes tho parties so appoluted by
officials approach tho senator or toprwn
tatlvc, with whom they havo badretak'U',
with n threat of e.tpoiuro If bo does not
get tbcui appointed. The senator, for iu
stance, Is a married man, liviM iu k
style, rcculves. elvgautly and catjrums
sumptuously. Uo cna not ntford tv bu a
posid, llv, knows that tbe wouian.wbt s
hanging about to blackmail him i a bud.
woman. H knows sbu U a.uoci!ktgd. will)
a man whutclaiuM to bo bur liusbjtnd who
t sutpi-cKtl of tjeloi(inj t a Wif of
eoaaU:tiWrj. iotwitbstnndiiig Una s!iq
iuMiH tbitk !io and. bur lady friend, vliu
aW dviuntndh :t pint), .shall qcciiv h pofl
tiun byt,l)Q sidu Ji ro.poctnl)lu Wpuiiiii
.in, (An W.rA)iirt.H-iir,ittiii; bnrli of Uu
"-:Mir, (iitftrn'i!iiit, w.'ur) anuo. ophr-.
ViiMiiiiKur.) nilorsliwl tliMiA tw lady cum-
hfiHMlp.I tjuvnifjuKtiAl v;ouun:rJri;r.r- to
L. a.k illiiMrMiiiii: n.y numt In- a.rcal
k.vn twt,suji)oiin; vine?tur d?nN
I tif- 'IINU !it,i ilimipimijtiii, Ttdi is iwtui
yntmig irwiiwtiN, sqniwur nu, ais ui,
'mitiJlU'Wik Win 'nan lltlitni'li Jw hd
wmunJ, Uilv liinlv:ii(itiw kJinuUl.hfl
(iUitfjJi Jlii Wh( ii!fwr diijitrtituntt
yii nrt twidi bClu 'wtilii; lioudiof, tiiutt du
liirtiituirii UllitU Uilu iinui 'k v,villhlrjl .
Jlitilln !)lldi.bild. EniiiiJUifculi, !, lluiil.), lfl
uiB:tf4d. C J)ulwiin frA-vif-cnf of
;vaAWrtV vs. V tuii a'.vi,
nf titm tV sUtv f duKUi, and rVlt
bis sharp claw in his tWli, for ho trvmblcd
with fear when bo heard the secretary
words. "Novor mind," responded tlie
senator, " If wnat you say is true, ho will
raako a good dotectivo In tho pension bu
reau. Appoint him. Sot a thief to catch
a thief."
A senator commanded, and tbo croaturo
of the sonato obeyed. Tbo suspected coun-
lonelier was recently romovcu, a com
plaint being nude by another senator,
whom ho had also attempted to black
mail, that tho fellow was a scoundrel.
Tho acting secretary said, " Yes, I think
ho is, and told Senator so; but he
insisted, and I ylolded. If you demand
it, 1 will remove him."
Tho sccrotary said attcrward that ho
had removed him: that ho had pursued
his senatorial victim, and insisted on being
reinstated, and tbo belief is that ho is now
in the employ of tho government, if not
in tho sanio place, probably In somo other
bureau.
This samo senator has paid out to theso
thieves, counterfeiters, and tbclr para
mours about $0,000 hush money, besides
keeping them in snug places in tbo gov
ernment pay, whore thoy can spy and
pos( up their outside confederates. This
senator cannot be benefitted much by the
temperance reform which I havo suggest
ed, becauso ho is already a pioneer in that
movement. 110 is a pious lemperanco ez-
borler. Uo 1ms u great deal t say about
rUlun nml ( t n al nniiiilliin I. l.n im
probably tho groatost legislativo thief in
the United Stales Senate Uo is onl v ouo.
Tharo arc others. Neither ono of theso
women to whom I havo referred can bo
reached by breaking up certain houses iu
this metropolis. Thoy do not livo in such
places. Xlioy n-j too "respectable I" II
11 thundorbolt would unroof all the resi
dences in Washington when tho entire
government s there, somo morning he
lore dawn, Its electric light would astound
tho nation.
A MODEL LOVE LETTER.
A UHF.ACH OF MIOMISK CASE THE
EAT-
TUHBSOf CUl'IU.
IKrom tlio llulTMo Commercial A.lTortlscr.
Jlyrcs, vs. Harris. This wus ono of
thosornru peculiar cases breach of tirom-
iso of marriage ;un J oceujiicd tho greatest
pun 01 wiu iorcnooii. rroui mo ovi-
.iviico, it appears that tho parties both live
in or near Onondago, thut Harris had boon
a frequent visitor for u Mboiit two years
and a half at tho housu of the phiinutr a
widow woman nearly thirty jvars of age,
'with tbreo children. It seems to havo
bjcn.tho opinion, of tho friends of the plain
tilt' (and no doubt she thought so hcriclf)
ibat Harris would marry her ; but ho
(Harris) , from some unaccountable cause,
a fnw months ago, suddenly discovered
that ho had loved another young lady bet
tor, and verified this bcllct a short time
since by marrying that other lady. Henco
this action was brought by tho plalntiir to
recover damages, to apply as a salvo to her
wounded affections. Tho following ten
der cplslle, sent by tho loving swain, will
interest our readers, and wo recommend it
as a model lovo letter:
"MyDkakMrs. M: Every timo I
think of you my hoart flops up and down
.llkoachurn dasher. Sonsallons of unut
terable joy caper ovor it like young goats
on a stable roof, and thrill through it liko
Spanish needles through a puir ot tow lin
en trousers. As a gosling swimmclh with
dolight in a mud puddle, so swim I in a
sea of irlorv
Vlsinns 01 ecstatic rapture
thicker thun tbo hairs of a blacking brush,
and briglitorthnn tho eyes of a humming
bird's pinions, visit mo in my slumbers;
and, lorno on their invisible wings your
ipiago sianus poioro me, and 1 reacli out
to grasp it lilio a pointer snapping at a
uiuo butter uy. yviion l urst behold your
angollc poifccaons I was bowildortd, and
my brain whirled i
under a glass luc
open liko a collar t'
round liko n bumble beo
tumbler. .My eyes stood
door In a country town,
and I lified up my eais to catch tho ait-
" . . .
very accents 01 your voico. jiy tongue ro
iusuu to wag aru in silent adoration 1
urunK in the sweet inicction oi lovo as a
thirsty man swallowcth a tumbler of hot
thirsty ma
whisky pu
wmskypuncli.
"Sincotho liclit of your faco foil unon
my lifo 1 sometimes feel as if I could lift
myself up by my boot-straps to the top of
I i. i .'. .......
to'oreu couch: when tho lavblrd nines his
tunuful lnr In.l,., ..U ...K. ,1,.
Um"? ho clmi'ticlcer's shrill clarion
x 10 c,oml"B murni wl,on 1,18 ttW8k
?"t ? S ri! froIn '' bed and gru.
ulm Bues ior nis morning's rotresh
awe. Your fnri.liua.1 i .1 -. .
r.ll..,.,. ,.r --..w. muuuitur man 1110
cr..:1.'11;,,.1" "r hm depths i
r .1,;;? ;'!..1 ",lU0 UuP'a bathing liko a
.-" ""ins 111 in ,.1,1 . - 1
breast. 1 ..on " . ..uP.!n . "V
a loud of bird , V 010 nalon,y
fheok. are like the howeo fro.es
low, In cake, of homemade sar!
or hoi
a I coffco.
". f Liiiii.iiiiri.il iinni. n i.n.i mill ihn I. All r n
- i n umuvi iiau IIUIII liui oauiu I
euuuKi aru k.i tl... 1 . J""
-... huiujoiu am as molan-
?- f..V Jtck rnt' Somotlmoi I can hear
ho Juno bugs of despondency buzzing
1n..my.0rtr,,"nd,fuo1 tho co.a 'lizard of
f.. iH,CrM?i downy bask. Uncouth
J1' .. a th,outnl minnows, nlbblo at
IkVpow. n,y,ou Pierced with
.,n'liiV?rfof 'w 1,8t' f 'r than tho
r f C,r,jr ' Pton 1 r tho kick
of a young cow, and more . ielfhb than a
Uttcns flrst catorwaul. As a song bird
hankers for the l.ght of tho day, the cad
tlous mouse for tho fresh bacon In thqtra-,
as a mean pup hanker for now milk, so 1
long tor thee. '
"You are fairer than a speckled pullet,
sweeter thu a Yankee doughnut fried In
sorgbuui molams, btiahAer thau a toptiot
piuug ou the bead of a woscovy duck,
ou aw caudv, kisses, raslns, pound cake,
and sweetened, Uddy altogotber.
"UVhe" fW romaks wiU vuubleyon t
o Vbe iu.stdo of my soul, aud tuo to wu
your aij'octions, I baty bo as happy as a
HovdijeoVvr ou. a cherry tw, or a tUn
borg ui,a,gruou nuturo. t you, cauuot
rociprocato my VhrAUVw Val,i"'i
ptlio away lik,t a yol)ioiieAbedbu.'i anofU
a nay, from a Uourihirv viuo vtllfe, an
uiitiiiuily branch, and in eoniing jears,
Hliun.tjio.shaduwa grow f.r,om the bills, and
ti plijlu.ojiliiw'ul iiiws b evJUtua
'hymns, you', happy i; aJiVber't love, can,
WR antli droj)' a War and catch, a cold
nikin tho hb ryiUn phico o
Yrmrall"r,cUoiuit,o, t-U.
VqrUltt tor phuiiVil)', and.00. dautavs.
OO TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT,
13J TENTH STREET,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
FOH
Doora, Naab, Dllnda. Moulding,
EAveClnttcr, (wood) Window and Poor
Frames, Floorlnir, Lath,
Nhlna-Iea, Glnaed Nnh, Glased Side
Lights, Glnaed Trnnaom,
Nnali Weights, Snh Pnlllra and Cortls,
Blind Fastenings, Rooting
Felt, ItooOnK Cement, IMaaterlng
Paper, Carpet Felt, White
Lead, IJnsed Oil, American Window
Glass, English and French
rinlc Glavt, lMitty, Glazier's I'olntH,
Kcwcr Pipes Patent Chliiinej-s,
Kte.,
i:t,
Kte
AOENT8 ior Rock Illrei I'Aper CoinpanyV
Ulieaihinit Felt and quurtiOmcnt.
11 V. Joha'a Improved Hoofing alwayi oa
IlllU.
S. WALTERS,
DI1LIB in
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol erery descrlpllon,
LATH, SniXGLES, OEDAH POSTS,
DOOItS, SASH, BLINDS.
orders solicited.
Steamuoat Lumber,
Kilinlithod on shortest notico.
Couimercial-av, bet. 10th and llth-fets.,
CAIltO, ILLINOIS.
jy7.ui
WHOLESALI: ltOl'KHS.
R. SMYTH & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO L E V K Tt ,
C A I K O . ILLINOIS.
A'so, ktep consltntly on hand a most com
plete slock of
SCOTCH AND IKISll W1IIHKIES
O I N 8,
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Wines
RSHYTII k CO. cell nolushrety for caah.lo
, which fact thoy mrile the especial atlm
tiou f close baraiu buyeri.
Special attention ijiven to Filling Orders.
UAH t lTTMlSJ.
P. S. MU1UIAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS REMOVED TItOM PKnilY 1I0U8B
to uu
URIOK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
orroaiTK winter's iilock,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
H -A-,.! '? Wored hi itock, and haa
li now on hand all kinds of
CIIANDELIKI18,
TENIIRNTa,
(il.onr.s,
VIIACKKTH,
II A I.I. LiailTH,
SHADES, KTC.
un. iiah MARKED DOWN PRICES
o the lowest llvlnp; flgiir,.., and he invltea the
i'-.iuiiuhb 01 me piiouo.
run nam:
The Illinois Cen rid Hud Hnad Company now
onerfiiraii lho foowliiKilescribcd lota iu l ira
Addition to Iho City of Cuiro, vlti
Lot 57 block IM.
Lot 21 blnelc Si,
n Hi,
" as sj,
ai
ja su,
' S ' Ui,
" 2.1 84.
as
Fart.rma.eU. arnly lo JAMEH JOUNiO.V.
CO Al. AND noon.
wool) i"v66d7V"Vv6odTiT"
The undernamed will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
n v:iirni,irnnt Chrnicr
Than any wood denlor In Cairo. Iinaro orders
en ihn late nl the l'cxtolllcn nn at llom iol
IHIU. UU .'111 I1IVIVKII 1111. IlllU, UUIWl'l-Il . I'lllll 11.1.4
Twilftli . "not. Cairo, lllmolt. 1 lto cood
leeviiirfl and will cord lim moo.I up If ilemreil.
...1 .... ' 1.1 .
uin-tr IIKSMB 1IAI.K.
V. M. WA1U),
WOOD AND 00 A L
.MERCHANT,
XI. V.1U l prepared to drhier lliatfit
I; r'ir wooj avi mono goal
IV aHX Vaht or tuk cu v,
And iu iiT (pitntily dusirod, en stioit uotics,
COAL. DK.HVERKU at i,Jt) i-kh io.v
llKt'll'K-Hi.r lliuvml. Ollh A iVi.'a nlovi-.
twwdvvr ato llvv-i(u( (Klgldti UvH .ml
KAMIUXtH.
h U Oil A DO
UlLLlAUn SALOON AND UAR.
ROOM.
JOHN UA't'KH, Proprietor.
IMCiiniUfretid Avohho, OAIUO, II.MN01H
IWit Vr.nul of C.dif.itiill-iKr Jml reorlirJ,
fH. 1.1 till" ali.Mi futiiU1iit llli Ihn li at nl
1.1 UWm 1 and Utr uppllrtl w lilt aliii-n, llipinr
auiirijgara im ino uiir.i nranti.. -
lMTZdKKALD'S
S OVT Xi 33 UOOMS
Cor. I'oiirlwiitrs Nl. mill Com
mrrrlnl Avrnne.
1J11T.riKnAIif)'8 Hnmp! llooma nro dloclied
! Willi pure Imported wlnra, liquora nndclrjr,
ami nro dispensed from lho liar In t!rft-cln
tylo. Theie l no blleretati1i!ilimcnt InHoulh'
rrn Illinois, nnl nono letter atoelted, CaII nJ
tettlie varioiia hranda ol winoa and liquor.
JOHN Hl'LAND'S SALOON,
Corner Tcislls Nlrret nnd Consmerelnl
Areiiiir.
SUPERIOIlilipiora, tictr. ale, etc., and fraRrant
Havan&a nhinya on Hand. Thnre ilo.lruiK de
1 K 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iH-v-ragCB glioma nut mil to call anu enio)
them. Al thur wnnta will be nttoml to in n limn.
ncr that will warrant a return All hia llMtiore,
wlnea nd el((nr Iiave been adected with rea
are and critical taste.
rcRNiTtmE.
H. S. IIAltRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
QUEENSWAREj !
nOUSE FURNISniNO GOODS
BAR FIXTURES,
GLASSWARE,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
CmOCEKIKM AND DRY GOODS.
WILLIAM KLUGK,
DEALER IU
FAMILY GROCERIES,
DllY-UOODS,
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAl-fl, ETC.,
lias Just received a henry Mock of Hoots and
Shorn, Hosiery and ftotlon;,
FOR SALE POR CASH VERY CHEAP
He also has a fine stock of Family Orccsrlesot
etcry Kinu.
CORNER SIXTII-ST. AND COMMEB
C1AL-AV.,
CAIfO, ILLINOIS
MEDICAL.
Dlt. ltlUIIAU'S
GOLDEN REMEDIES.
Use thpe only, and site time, hrnl h and
mnny. Jl,ii rcwaril lor any l aseor uisease, in
any ata w hlch they tall 10 cure.
DR. RICIIAU S DOLDEN BALSAM,
Nos. 1 and t, are .hegreatc.t altcratiTfs known,
Dll, ltICHAU'8 GOLDEN ELI .till iJ'AMOUlt
is the created tonla and aatrlnefnt in the inejl-
cal list.
Dlt. niCIUU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE
is the only rellablo diuratic.
Tho.o rrm'dles nre not adrrrtlSPd to cure all
complaints, and beaelit none: but are auaiiintoed
torn ret a radical anu speemi cm o man carH ior
which tliry nre recommended, when all i.ther
trenlnient has failed. Tens of thou-andi yearly
recorer by their use, wno Iiave lost nil nope, anil
brrn pronounced us Incut fcble by the best of our
medical faculty.
DR. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
No. 1. curoa ulcerx. ulcerated aore thr'nt nnd
tnnntli. aori. nvos. nutnno.iiiH pruntinns. coniior
color.d blotciies, aorenesa of the acalp, seroluln.
rtc. it Is the greatest rrnerator. anornuvu anu
blood nur fier known. reniDvea nil mercury Irom
tho Btatem, nnd learrs tho blood pure and
neauriy.
DR. IHOHAU'S GOLDEN 1IAL8AM,
No 9. purps tnproiirlitl ftflprtinnv. rbouinntlsin in
nil Itn forms, nnd elves Immediate relief in nil
cjsea.
Pit. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE,
A radical cure for nil urinary derangements
I'rice, V per bottle.
DR. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUR,
l..,II..Unr..n.,ni.. nr .moral llrl.llltv. In
old or young, Imparting energy v,llh wonderful
euec(.
Price 5 per bottle, or two for J!.
On rocflnl of nrico. these remedies will be ship
ped to any place. Prompt attention paid to al
(orrnnnon'.fntrt. TConn FpnllttlO without the I1IU11I
of ' DR. RICIIAU'S OOLDEN RK.MEDIEH, D. II.
Kiciiauos, solo iropriotur," tiown in glass 01
ooiiioa.
Circulars sent. Trade supplied as n liberal dla.
count.
Address, Dr. D. li. lllcliards, us varicic.si., n.i.
WSend money bv exnrrss or order coodB
throuKh your Druggist, and you will meet wth
inooss loiiunw
umc9 01 J. S. DOBblHS,
420 North Eighth St., PhlUiSa
Dobbiiis
Vegetable
A color nnd dressing that will
not burn tho hair or injuro the
head.
It does not produce a color
mechanically, ns tho poisonout
preparations do.
It Gradually restores tho ht-
to its original color and lustra,
hv Bunrjlvincr now lifo and vigor.
liixurinnt irrowrn
of nnfV. iinn hair.
Tho best and safest artielo
avat offered.
Clean and Pure. No Bcdimenl,
Sold evorywhove.
ASK FOR DOBBTNS'
siMiLiA siMiiii nrs cniANTun
lUtJIlMIHUY'.S
HOMEOPATHIC SlOTICS
HAVK proved, from the mot ampin rxper
iracp, nn nnltre Hicre8l Hlinpn I'rompl--Mllclrnt
ntul llellntito. Tliev nre Iho only nii'dl'
clnrMii'irectly mlnpieil to populnl uo o i"""'
plo llinl ml.tnkes cnunot ho inmlo In titlnK llieml
K.t llArtlllCPfl n. In l. f,iA frnm ilnnnM. and so
IIlaln .Im lo ho nlwnyi rrllaUo 'I'hey hiive raii"-
rn wiu uiK" "!i coininenimuons irom mi, nnu win
alwitts render rallnrncllon.
SO'.y' . , Cent".
1, Cures 1 cirrs,ponRfstlon, lnflainnmlion 'ft
" ryliiK cnlio or teolhlnnol lnfnnti....W
" ltlrrliorn. of children nnd mlultii...U
" Itt-Mriitrry, RilpliiK. li'lloud C0II0...M
11 Clioleni.inurlrip, vumlllng , u
i'linli.r. t'oliln. Lrnnelillua "1
" Nrnr licln, Innlhii'lie, fnci.ftclio.....v4
" Slriiiliiriim. lrk hnnlnche, vertlgo'ift
" llyxiH'poln' l.I I o in utoumch' M
" Hnpiir-MMl,'ir jmlnnil penodn M
" WlilK-a. too Irrofll.o llTill l ......M
11 S'roini. i'oiikIi, ilillleult hrentlunK'
Hull IIIspiiiis, Kryxlpclaa, Kruptlun25
lllirillllllllhlil. rncuiii lie i.flllia xa
i'l.vrr mill Asiiicclnll Inter. auiiesM
11 S'llcn. blind or blceilliiK "
" ltlitlilriny, anil roro or weak eyprVi
" Ciilnrrli, arum or plironlo', Inlliicnr.nW
M liiiopliitr-l'oiiKli vlnlvntcotii(hsV)
" AmIIiiiiis. niiiiiiiksril brpatlilu Ml
11 Slur llH.nrr, Itti-iiirrd hearing')
11 Nerolnlii euliuuodiilanils, snpilinusM
" Sli'iiernl IH'lilllly, physical weak.
IIKSH OO
11 liroio.v and sraniy Urrrrtliins U
N'i Nleliiii- ii'kni'ss from rlilln -tn
11 lililiiey.!lM'nk (Inivrl w
11 i.rmii II lillltv. spin nal unlf
inia.liivollllilurv illp(d.nriiPK,. .1 ot
I'ltclliixe., wiln one vial of pow.lrr
itv 110, .Nntirv in serious cusos...o no
' Horn Moillll, Pniikfr M
" I rlimr teiiltiie, mpIIiuk bed.M
11 I'iiIiiIiiI orloili, with spasms.....W
NiillirltiirM. tLdiuuuenflilp.... I lie
" tiiillf o.v,rpnim,rt Vltus'd ince.l 00
" siiiusiei siiuic, rraioii suro mr iv
FAMILY l'AHI.
Stra.l to tin Inree vlnln, inoroceo
orr noiiil -im roiiliilnliiK
nM'-IIIi lor every oiulliiury al in-
siii 11 immiy saNiiirri 111, iiini
Itoolto airillrsM llim ..Inim llnto l
Mnoillir S millly ami 'I'rlis I'llllK oa p,
VU to 8S vials 110111 H'J Iu HS
Hp'ollle lor all l'rltul IllteiM',
Imth lr Curliii; and ror I'ri'ten
lltf treatment, in vinlsntid pocket
cases..... H'J Iu !i
POND'S EXTRACT
Cures Burns, llruiscs, Lameness, Forcncsr, Sore
I hro.il. Hnrnlns. Toochaclie. liitnchr. Ncura lirin.
Rheumatism. I.ilinbauo, I'llrs. Dolls. Htlnc.
Hon Eves. Iilerdlmrol 1 10 Limits. Numt. Stom
ach, or of Piles; Corns, 1,'lcers, Oil Cores.
1'iipp, cot., i els.; nuts. si.Wj (jqirir, srva.
arsjiin.se remoitirs, excel
leitirs, excepl t'oiul s hxlract.
by Iho enso or sln.e lxx, nro acnt to any part ot
the country, by iiihII or express, frco of clurge.
on receipt ol tho prlcp. Adilrens
HUMPIIIthYS'WI'ECIKIO
HOMKOPATIItC 3IEDICINI: CO.
Oftlce and Depot, No. Kl Ilroadway, New-Tork.
roil SALE IIY P. HCill'Il, CAIRO, Ills,
aiiRlfideowawly
SPECIAL NOTICES.
BATCIIKMSK'N 1IAIB DYE.
This superb Hair Dve is the best imtiie Woatf
Perfectly Harmleis, Reliable and Insthanteous.
no ill. appointment, o Hiuicuious nnts or un
pleasant Odor. The Brnulne W. A. Ilacht-lor'f
Hair Dye produces IMMEDIATELY a splendin
black or natur.t Ilrown. Does not Kmin the
Hknn', but Icaveathe Hair Clean, Roft and Ileailtl.
IUI. ine only naio inn rrrirci jiyo.
Bold by alldmgKists. Factoiy is llonrt Ktrrt,
New Y'ork. iany2ldeodxwly
ON MA1UUAGK.
Essays for Young Men, on xreat Boclal Evils
and Abuse, which Inlerfcre with Marriage, rnd
ruin the happiness ol thousands, with sure
means of relief for tne Errlnn and Unfotunato,
dlsrtsed and debilitated. Hint in seated letter
nvelopes, free ol charge. Address, HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, No. 2 ?. Nlnlh street, Phlladel-
phia, Pa s r p . 1 w3m
CONSUIPTION.
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
11 Y DR. .1. II. .SUHHXCK, M. J).
Many nlmman beinz has Hissed a way fornliosa
dratli tlioro was ii'jotlier rvaon than the nri;lt
of known nml innlspiunblr irovpn moan, or euro.
Those ioar uiid itoir to ramllr nnd Irtriuls aro
lpfln:X Iheitrcnnilcsi rluuiler into which, had
they cajtuly adopted
11 u. Joseph 11. H(iii:Ncic'firii.iiPi.n
tki:at.ih:.t,
and nraltod themselves ui his wonilerfnllrcSica.
clous niMlkclne-. ther would not havo fallen.
Dr. hchpnrk has In his own ca.o proved that
wherever sutllclrnt vitality rrmnlns, that vital
ity, by bis inoiltcinra mid his dlrc-i tlons for their
u.e.ls nuirkmed Into healthful vleor.
In this stuteinrnt thoro Is nothing presump
tuoua. To Iho faith nf tho Invalid Is mailo no
reprcspnlattoii that Is no, u thouaud times sub
rmntlatod by ilvltu nod visible works. Tho
Ihoory of thu turu hy Hr. Bctionck's ruvillcines
Isusslmplo asltlsunralllnir. Its philosophy ro
qulros nu uruumcnt. 11 Is sclf-usiuriUK, self-convincing".
'l ho Sea-weed Tonlan1 Mandrake Pills are tho
first two wejimns with which tho clutdolof tho
malady Is UAaallcd. Two thirds of the catis of
consumption orlitlnato in dysorpsla nnd 11 func
tionally disordered liver. Willi this condition
tho bronchial tubes ariuuthlio" with thu
stomach. Thcv respond to thu morbific action
of tho liver. Ilero alien comci Ihu culmlnatliu
result, and the sctllntf In, with all In distress
iutf symptoms of
CONSU.IIPTION.
Tho Mnndnko Pills nro composed of one of Na
tnro'a nohlot k-ilt.-the PiMlophllluin PolUtuui.
Thry M,.so.s nil lho hlood-sparchtnir, alterntlvo
properties of calomel, but, unliku calomel, they
LEAVE NO KTIN(3 nEIIIND."
Tlie work of euro Is now beirlnnlnff. The Tltla
trdand niucousdorMislls In tho bowels nml Iu lho
alimentary canal uru I'JccUil. Thu liver, Ilka
11 clock. Is wound up. It urousos from Us torpid
ity. Tho stomach nets resiainslrely, ami tho
patient begins to feci Ural liu U t'cltinc, ntlun,
A HUi'Pi.v ov cioon m.ooi).
Tho Sen-weod Tonic. In eonjtinrtlnn with tlm
Pills, pi.rmpuios 11ml usslmlhilos with thu foisl.
Chjllrfcntloti Is now prouros.ln wltliout Us pre
vious tortures. DI1rcstl1.11 becomes Hnless,und
the euro Is seen to ho at Iritid. Thrro Is no lui.ro
flatulence, 110 exacerbation of tliu stomach. An
uppetlte acts In.
plvon brim lud
AUW OOUIUS ,11. 1 un'tilV. i.i.iun a ut ...i-t t j . .
UU'
jam father tu MiKcrliut iiihii.
Us functions nml to hasten und eonipleto tho
hi
chenck's I'ulinoiilo hyroii comes Iu to perform
cure. It untcra ut onro uikui ils worit.
Nature
can not bu cheated. It collects nnd rlrcns thu
Impaired and diseased portions of tho limits.
In thu form of (raUicrlnBS.lt prepares them for
cxiwctorutlon, and ll In u very fhort time tho
lualadyisvunnuishcd, tho rotten throne that It
..,.,.1,1 1. ri.ii.iviiteil nml liiioln now. and lho
. patient, In nil thu UlKiilty of ruiralnod vjuor.ateps
iortli lo enjoy lho manhood or wuiuanhood that
was
RIVEN UP AS LOST.
Tho second tlilnn Is, tho patients mut stay In a
wnrni room 1 mil thoy net well 1 It Is almost Im
lmsslblo tu prevent taking colli when thu luncs
tiro allseuseil, hut It mint be prevented or n euro
can not bo effected. Kresli nlr und r'dliiK out,
especially In this suction of tho country, in tho
fall und winter season, nro sill wromi. l hysl
clans who recommend that oourso lusu their pa
tients, If lliclr lunus uro budly diseascdl and yet.
becauso they iiroln thu houso they must not
alt Uuwn quiet 1 they most walk nbout thu r.oni
Is much and as fast ns tho strenKth will boar, to
t up good circulation of bloml. Tho patient;
wual kreu liinood p rlts-bo Cetcrmlned to net
woll. Ths has n Kreat deal to do with tbo api-o-tlto.and
tslhoereut point to piln.
To despair uf euro ullor audi evldcnco pf Us
Msalblllty in the worst cases, und moral cer
lilnty In all others, Is sinful. Dr. behenck'a per
aonalatatoinont to the Faculty of his own euro
was In these modest words! ..... ,
" Many years nf I was In tho last statrca of
consumption! confined to my bed, and at ono
time my physicians tlmimht that 1 could not llvo
n weekt thon. liko 11 ilronnluu man catchliiK at
straws, I heard of and ohtalned thu Prrparalions
which I now offer to tho public, nnd they nado
a ierfect cure tit me. It aeemed to mo thai . 1
1 1 1 .....inlrnlll Blltf aufliklal ATMtfnla
.ui1? . v",-;"".r; " "..,;,in'm ninus. and
Thar aoon rliwncd tho uiattor In my lunirs, . anu
1 would aplt up moro than u pi 1 01 o e.. ...
yellow' nwmafKtSrjUm
now mailer every murm
'As soon aa that beiian
feveV Sains and ""iBhr aweTitrairbelian-to leiivo
m J I'ni mr t"petllo bocamB ao (trout that It was
v?lth difficulty ihat l could keep Irom eatlnK too
mucn. 1 i"n gained my atrcnuth, aud Savo
ffiBWSff SSSSlr after m.IX'&
added the DJobir. tlicn looking ilko u niero
Iweiity-tlve (2J4) iwunds, and for years 1 Iiave en-
1. 1,. . Naw.Vnrk nnd Ilostoll. . 110 ur 111s sou,
- - -, 1 ,n,lnllo III fl'O iu
Thoso wno 1 worn . i-fllnrg0ll u. Tho Ites.
the lto;Pir0,!frr.,wt u Siiicl eondlllon of ho
rung?0.nd aC!ler".,eanCrcadlly learn whether
tlirrio"dl?ccTlon.Uf "taking the medicines are
.rtVuted 10 the Intelligence eren of uch Id. r ol
rVwPthoso directions, und kind Nature w II do tho
,ert. exooplln that In aomuciises tho Siandrako
PU i are to Co taken In Increased dosest tho
three medicines need no other uecompanlmonta
than tlie umplo Instructions that accompany
Uftiii I'lrst crealo appetlto. Of returning
lu'altli. hiinscr la tho most wolcnmn symptoni.
Vviieii 11 coiiios. na It w como, et lho despair
intoiiceUo" follows, the eougli oosons, thu lllijht sweat Is
iilmtod. In short time both of tlicso morbid
- .. u nnnn fnruVPI.
Jlr. Kchonck's inodlclnes nro constantly kept In
tens of thousands of families. Asa lasalivo ur
nunratlvo.tho Mandrake Pills nrn it standard pre
imrutiiui 1 whilo tho Puluioiilo H rup. us a euro
uf coughs nnd colds, may bo regardud aa a iro-
tl
uiyiactvrie eguiust cuusuiuptiuu 111 mj vi us
urnis.
Prico of tho Pulmonic Syrun end Bea-wced
drake pills, 2& couts n box, l''er si;le by nil drug'
Tonic. ii.wa notiio. or 7.auit nan uoscn. Aian.
LOUIS .1 0110 ENS
Dratpr in nil kinds of
STAPLE AND FANG
WITHOUT Cl'AnOE.
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CAinO, ILLINOIS
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REAL "ESTATE
AUCTIONEHS,
71 SECOND FLOGTt) OHIO
CAino, 11.1.S.,
lltjv and Sum. Hkai.
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH AIISTRACTS 0
IIAIIIIKHH.
J. UKO. Sl'EINIIO
FASIIIONATsLE Tl
TSTBharp Itsinrs,
IMTIjidfea and ehttdren's hnlr
uuii'u. miner .L inn siiuii nr me
SSrr,pnllemenr wht.kera and h
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aaasas'S'ss asn Mian
V 1 1, 1,1 A. 11 Kill,
Fashionable
HOOT AND SHOE
Uetween Washington Avenue and
CAIIIO, ILLS.
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