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JOHN A. KOEHLER,
Manufacturer ol a i kinds of
KIKJjUS AND I'ISTOLS.
KEYS 3fADETO ORDER,
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TU DOLLAR WEEKLT HCLLET1S.
. hh II. Obetly 1 Oo. n.ve reduced the uh
erl,t em pne nf'the Wer ly Cairo llulleti t
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ptf.aoifhMmutherii Illldolt. '
demociiatic conxrr ticket.
For Treasurer .in I Colle-lor,
JOHN P. HELY. :
It is again announced ' that Sec
retary Fish will retire from tho cabi
net. The withdrawal will take place
after the November elections, much
The law which give3 a man the
right to vote ia only one state or local
ity,' is 'seriously interfering with the
plan of the republican campaign in
Ohio. The leaders there are Fending
to the department clerks at Washington
anxious telegrams, the burden of which
is "'Come home, come home, 0 voter?,
dear voters, come home." But, unfor
tunately, large numbers of the clerks
were compelled at the last municipal
election in Washington city, to register
and vote there, which fact, being well-
known, will prevent them from casting
their balloYs in tho state of Ohio.
" 'TN true, 'tis pity .and pity 'tis true.'
Tim QuiCAiro PdsT gives it as an
item of .special new that " four mem
bers of the cabinet re now in Wash
ington SocretaHes llelknap, Robeson
and Delano, and Postmaster Gaucral
Creswcll." In, year, past, when the
affairs of. the United States, were ad
ministered by men to whom their pub
lie duties were the' first consideration,
the absence, of ono or mora, of thetn
from tho seat r of government, was ol
rare occurrence., In our day, it is
different. Idle pleasures, private busi
ness, party interests arc paramount
affair with government officials, from
the president down. Never lias there
been fo much Iqocncss and general uo.
glccVin the administration of tlio pub.
lie service, as are now exhibited by
lien. Grant and Ins advisers.
That the kadical party' Is one
of infinite 'resources in adapting' itf-
means to its cuds, has never been bet
ter detupnsjtrnjcd than, in tho aclicji ol
tho lato New York stuto convention.
Since' the 6fotf of the war, Hie radical
have insisted that the fouth ' is in u
state of disorder, almost bordering on
anarchy that certain portions of her
citizens are robbed, maltreated aud
murucTca by' certain 'oilier' portions
that tho rtatc governments are not equal
to the Eubdulug of these difficulties
and that the ku-klux law is thcrcfott
an abtoluta ncoenityf In the face ol
these assertions, tho tamo party that
male them." now declare that "un.
der the administration of Gen. Grant-
reconstruction has been steadily ad
vanccd in the eouththe deep nassiom
of war have been soothed while protec
tion has been assured to men of even
race." Notwithstanding the fact that tht
leiegrapn mlornis the rcadiug masse:
how roving bands of Indians jeonar
uizo tho lives and happiness of o..r
western settlers, we are assured that
peace has Ueti restored to our fron
ticw'iu oflTect,Iudia., MYagory ha8
tamed to gentleues, and kindness, and
the path of immigration is n0w strewn
with roses. Ignorim; tho er.nn.i...
frauds now going on in every part i f
(lip cnverilmpni ur,r1 ..T.l ...
tondanco, these holier ihan ihoso noli
ticians of tho Empire State, bco " with
horror nd grief" the revelation of tho
Tammany frauds. H'bis sort of manou-
vcriug may and no doubt does, do
ceivo largo numbers of voters, but wo
have too niuoh faith in tho real good
f onse of tho, American people to believe
that the radieai(r)rty can much longer
obcuro tboir is.'on with fair words
wnd Bpeoioug proa'
B'XJKS. rin.;!i, f-''. citaloga-a. ".,
i.,Wn, ? ery vret 6 eiiW
,e Prtr rs contrite I for, and pr mytly and
J, Tv eiuied, ' it" "i,l'"'n ,b9k lb-
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ST..JHaV.0 IIOTHL, .
U'hsIi.i tloii, Sept. V4, 38. 1.
Tu Mit.tol t ililnton 1 acknowl-
lyej 'jv nil nfoliiu tv w tuo tlne.'k liUlIJ
fiti: In point or .ir utl'iiaru loauiy nu
fliiii-'ii in tlio kiun" wjrr. It cjji up
(t nil; limu noaily iwulvu luilliulis of dul-
nrj, mid It is ;uid lo bo much superior in
ivurv rcipscl, ti muny bulldlnui In tne
old norla i bat have cot Xiyei double thkt
nniiiitit. i'ne" ouruur itono of 'tbc .old
bml Jin3', which 'now cointitutoj tlio cuii
iri ol iuu lie V udttleu wm laid oh the 18tti
of riejHmbo,r 17l(J,' by Ueneral W"'hin;-
tou, Willi tmpothigVornioiiiu!. Tho build
inir v:i not' eouiulotcU when dpst roved
6 iliu Jtritlili ar'uiy in 1814. It was re-
uilill during ih.j hexl itn year;, but niter
u 4iiriur uf n .curftbry was tound enliroiv
luiidiMiiiMir tor tuu iiurpoiu inionded. Xiio
uriicr iioiio uf tbu'tiuw wiiigs wu laid by
x'roidcni fiUmorc, July 4, 18ol, und ih
rtuolu ol'luo old slrueiure beualliu tllocvli-
iivot lue now Duilanijj. The old eJltlvu
Vji yelluv undlone, tui's bin buca jm mi
ca wuilu to'ovrr)uiia witli tbu nuw wlii);
uich aro of wijilu marble. Tho new
uuie ii -'tl lai abuvu tbo roof of Ibu
udiug und 3'JO U-ul ubovu tbe lovul vi
.uv gruuud, btfiiij; ouly four Itn than St.
i uul and imriyaix lout lu$ tbuu il.
twt i. Tbo douio l of cast iron, painted
juuw wniu, aud aaruiouiittU by u oolottui
jiaiulo of lrecdoui in bruuze, 18 fetl high
Aligning 15 lOi.s. So much for the oui
ide.; Tu interior wo shall not attempt
iu (lesuriuu in particular ihe limits of u
iinle letter forbid. Tho ltjiunda Is 00
lent in diumctur, and its walls aro lllltu
A'itU largo and benu.iful historical puint
mgs. Un the north tide of tbe entrance is,
statute of war 0 feot high, of Italian
marble. Un the opposite side of ihe door
t'eaee is personified by a maiden extend-
inc the olive branch to her war-like
orother. "Wo spent a number of hours in
rambling over the interior territory, the
ieriute chamber and ball of repretcuta
tivej, both of which aro fc'ow being put in
order for the Winter session'. Also
visited tbo President's room, and the
'marblo room," so-callod, tho wall
of which aro entirely of Tonnes 'I
ej and Italian marble. This Is the vice-
president's room. Tbo various reception
and committee rooms are' handsomely fres
coedTand' richly 'furnished
In July, 1664) congress passed an act
setting apart the old hall, of representa
tives as a nan or statuary ana inviting
etch of the original! thirteen states to fur
niah statues, not over two in number, for
each state, of persons, cit'.rcns of such
nates who were distinguish. 1 in those
"days that tried men's souls.' Rhode Is
land has Ecul her two; General Greeno and
Roger Williams, both of which aro exe
cuted in the highest stylo of art. Wo no
ticed within tho p't 'day or two that Con
necticut has hor (j ota ready for shipment
Jonathan Trun. ull and Roger Sherman.
In tlio hall at the present time is Vinnie
Ileum's siatuo of Lincoln. Vinnio may I o
fair hetself, and tbry fay shoi., mid ''that s
wlmt s tho matter but Mio can't "sculp "
worth a cent. 1 e work Is n perfect abor
ion bosido the t.vo stataes of Kliodo
Island. The noso of Lincoln is cntirelv
tnolurge, the lips .entirely too thin, and
till hands much too plump and round (or
a pcrsn of his nnguldr proportion's, but'
Vinnie'g fair fuco won tho senators, and
she got her appropriation.
Wo.muu not lituior any , longer at the
capiiol, but cross the street and enter tho
botanical gardens and conservatory. Those
of your readers wh havo visited Shaw's
gurden at St. Louis havo a faint idea ol
wlmt this placo i. Tho 'grounds Rro do.
;nntly laid out, and under tho. groat con
crvatory will bo found tree?; shrubbery
and flowcringplants-trf every cllmo." The
collection at prisont" embraces over 6,000
pcelmcne, and is constantly increasing
We noticed, among blhort, bunnnn ttoe
frjm the Ktst Indlei, with fruit ijrowln
h gh In iho air; poMus, from Australia
ra my dute and palm trees of tliorinou
.e; India rubber, "coflVo and clnnnmon
tecs, and many otlierc,
Wo would advise your lady readers not
to miss visiting tbo botbniral gardens
w icnevor they visit Wnhington. Thoy
will ba amply repaid for their
trouble. Another place of interest we
visited was- the Smithsonian Institute
l'bls magnificent building, erected some
seventeen years since, is built of red sand
stone and stands iu the canter of about
60 acres of ground, beautifully5 Improved.
The museum connected with the institu
tion Wono of great interest, and f puicly
material. Here you will find n upcclimn
of nearly every bird or insect that flies,
in the nir; everything that crawls or
w.ik on the earth or that swims in the
witer, mostly gathered from our country.
Wi saw a collection of birds' noU and
ergs of tho several species contained in
each nest, that put us In mind of our boy
boo i's days. We should Judgo thorowti
about 600'of these nests containing eggs
from tbo size of a small bean up to that of
an ostrich, whicb, wo should judge, in its
normal condition would whclgh lOpounds.
(Tho egg wo mean). Wo wcro told that
this breed of ostrich was now extinct we
lid not doubt it. We have no idea that
any ostrich could survive long that was
compelled to lay such huge buuldctn. In
i corner of tho hall we notlcod a ficuro of
Dr. Kane, tho wax' hoad talcen from a
plaster cast of his face, and a good like
ness. The flijuro was dressed in tho Nirnn
,-.. u, mr worn uy mm in "is last expo-
anil .f r i . . i ,
union. The whole appearance Is oxtrcrae-
y startling ond life-like. Manv an lntr.
.ti.. i .
8 "our can mi Bpent m t,, romn
vowing tne wonder, of cah. air and
water. There Is lso connected with tho
Institution a raom .,,- . . .
ua a invvuru
gallery, also one for chemical purposes
nd philosophical apparatus, also a locturo
room holding 1,600 persons. Tho great
Object of tbo Inst'tution is scientific re
ssarch rnd'publi itlon.
From the ''SfiVhsonWp?' we wended our
ty to thn unfini.hod Wrhingion monu
mcnt, which Is
It's present condition is
J. U. Ji; T.
hmo and fill
THE CAIRO" DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1871.
design Is a noblo one. Tbo shaft when
completed will bo COO feet In height and
will make tho mmt celebrated obelisks In
.tlio world dwindle into insignificance bi
pldo It. From n table boforo us, wo notice
that the great Tyrnmld of Clleop, Egypt,
is bbt 4S0 feet high. The highest known
tower in the world is that of Alalmes ut
Uelglutn, 660 feet, yet wo can -o that and
go Hity feet better. The monui cnt Is now
1 70 feet high, roofed ovor, and not a slnglo
lays work done on it in over ton years," an
outrage and disgraco toll all. It Is esti
mated thaf ttW.bpp wfljlomplete this, the
greatest lowerln the, world, also thqtbere
so thaTTr acb tiinn will contribute one
pollnrltcan bo comptefed. If diir govern
ment is so poverty-stricken that It can not
go on and Unlsttlt, 'according to tbe orlgl
niirdcsign, wo trust iho fraternity of which
Washington was an. honored member will
takuiiild and put it through. '
From tbe monument wo paid a vlsjfio
Uncle Saui's strong box Ibo treasury de
partment! This is ono of tho largest, most
substantial and finest buildings in tho city.
It is built of granlto, 400 fcctlong and 'JOti
wide. Immense granite columns run tbo
wholo length of tbo sides and across the
ends: weighing' seventy-five thousand
pounds each. Tho cash room is two stories
in height and entirely encased in rich mar
ble ; the floor tessellated in white and red
marble, the lower columns of wblio marble,
ihe upper of Italian ; tho walls arc also
incod with marblo from Italy. Within tbW
mammoth building in all its varied
departments nro somo th-ci thousand em
ployees, nearly ono thousand of whom are
females. Many.of the latter aro cnployed
in sorting and counting money. We have
not seen anything in Washington that
suited us half so well as to witness the
pretty treasury girls counting over green
backs. They aro experts at tho business.
Their duties aro light hours of labor from
9 a.m. to 8 p.m, and their pay good, aver
aging abont 76 per month. Theso " fem
inlncs" are distributed ail through tho va
rious departments in the building, nnd owe
their positions to "friends at court."
From the treasury department wo took
the street cars for tho navy-yard, having
a note of introduction to Naval Construc
tor Much, there. We wore courteously re
ceived and polifcly shown over tho cnllro
yard and into nil tho departments. Wo
woro intcrcs'ed in tho making of lead and
copper into sheets of tho same ; also cop-
pernalls nnd tucks, the two.lattcrturncdout
faster than one could count, with the letters
U. S. nicely stamped on tho head of the
smallest tack. We also went on board the
ron blockade. runhor Frolic, well known
during tho war, and now being made over
into a flagship for tho port admiral of
N ew York's headquarters.- - we were also
shown largo piles of captured guns, con
demned guns and guns of immense size,
and manv other items of interest, which
wo havo not timo to enumerate.
Returning to town, wetookacarriagofor
Arlington Heights. Tbo famous long
bridge being closed for repairs, wo drove
through Georgetown and over the George
town bridgo across the Potomac. A drive
of half an hour brought us to tho confines
f tho Arlington estate, when wo turned
nto a beautifully shaded oak grnvo which
wound around and up. tho heights until
treadling tho crest. Wo were driven di-
rcctly to tho front of tho Arlington house,
once tho homo of Gcnoral Lee, n lovely
p.it, situated on tho summit of tbo hill,
not fifty JVot from where It elopes down
nearly tw hundred feot to tho
waters of the Potomac .river. Tho view
from the front of this spucious houso is
very fine, commanding a swcop of country
many miles in extent. Directly on tho op
posite eldo of tho river Washington stands
forth in bold relief with all its domes and
towers, whilo the waters of tho broad Po
tomac can be seen up and down tho river
for many milos. This ofUUo was tho form
er residence of G. W. P. Outtls, Esq., the
adopted ion of Gen. Washington, and wa
his'permnncntnrcBldenco for over' half a
century, aftor whJchH became the proper
ty of tho family of Gen. Pobort K. Leo
and was hii residenco till the1 breaking out
f tho Rebellion in 18Gl,at which time it was
left to tho racing elements surrounding it.
It was sold under tlio confiscation act of 1663
-ind in 1801 was finally taken possession of'
fiy tho U. S. Government and over 200
itcrcs appropriated for tho national cem
etery in which have been deposited tho re
mains of nearly tP.OOO union soldiers. Af
tor registering tbo names of our party in
tlie visitors' book und procuring somo very
One stereoscopic views of tho Arlington
House and different points of tho cemetery
wo drove through this ynst sllont city of
thadcad, In the rear of the mansion and not
fifty yards dletnnt is an immenso granite
tomb, over tho top of which rest four large
cannon and a pllo of cannon balls. One
Inscription on tlio sldo of tho tomb tells us
mai uencain u aro uurieu in one grave
the remains of two thousand ono hundrod
and eleven unknown soldiers cathcred
t. .i. .. .. i .
from various battVe fields. Tho balance of
this mighty army ot dead are burled In
single graves, neat headboards are attached
to each, with the name, regiment and com
pany of tho deceased. Tho entirn cem
etery is oncloscd by a massive stono wall,
tnu interior is beautifully arranged and
well cared for. Tho shades of evening be
gan to gather around us and wo once
again seated ourselves in the carriage and
was driven back to the city.
Wo find wo have already reached the
limits of our lettcr,andmust forbear touch
ing onmany other points of interest we
hayc visited durlnc our visit hero,inc1udlng
tho war and navy departments, in both
buildings of which many interesting rel
ies, of the war may bo found. Also tbo na
tional otservatory, whore visitors nro per
mitted to inspect tho mammoth telescope
and other Instruments when not in use
A large ball Is hoisted ut tho top of the ob
servutory und preclsoly at 12 o'clock, noon,
each day It W dropped by electricity, rfnd
vlslblo over tbe most part of tho city.
tne congressional burying ground, sit
uated about a uillo above tbo navy yard, is
a beautiful place, in which aru burled
many honored dead , the military luyluin
hospital for tho lusino, and many other
places well worth visiting.
Our letter", from this plsco havo been so
much ttiken up with docrlption of places
if interest to stmo that wo have said
nothing of WMh aton ,-op.ir, and we
have now neither time norfunce to do so.
ith tills lottcr woclosoour sorles of ,
... . .
"pencllings by the way," with which we
have Inflicted the readers of Tax Uim.lt
tin for the pat thrco mu"thf nnd having
no furthorusefnr MomrrVjtimr-wblch w.s
but a transparent ono at best will drop
tlio snino, and subscrlbo, Instead our ow;i
signature and say, farewell.
FOR THE LADIES,
Turbans horo as on Broad way,aro tho
hats for Autumdlwcar.
Fashion says that misses shall wear
tartan plaid stockings this winter.
The old stvlo of cap crowns for bon.
nets is again revived, but docs not bid fair
to bo a favorable style."
Tho black and colored corded' velvet
oens will bo used a great ' deal this,' F,all
and Winter for'fcutsido garmonls. '
Suits of dark cloth, trimmod with bins
folds of silk and friugo, will bo tho most
popular street coitumo foi tho morning
walk an J shopping xpcdltidn.
Thoro.wlll bo few ruffles or floun
ces used (in full costume., and these will
be scant as to fullness. Tho tendency Is to
plain, long skirts, with much trimming.
A correspondent says flss Nilson
"docs not pat liko a fino American lady,
with her fingers on tho very tin of tbe
fork," but 'bandies knifo und tork with
freedom nnd vigor, nnd violates all tho de
crees of fashion in holding the fork ut the
The latest fashionable folly In Knclnnd
is Cor Indies perfectly sound In their limbs
to imitate the lameness of tbe Princess
Alexandra To render tbo imitation more
(asy ot performance tho heel of ono shoe
is miiau considrabiy lower than liiat ot
tnoo.ner. 1 bo gato thus produced is known
us the Alexander limp
PERSONAL AND GENERAL,
Massachusetts to Ben Butler "Shoo,
fly!" . B. ho did.
Tho negroes of Wnhlngton, Ga., nro
in a stato of chronic revivalism.
John Pope, of Snnoca, III., was kicked
to dea'.h tho other day by a vicious mule.
President Thiers 1 as ordered that thn
private rail WMy crs of Napoleon be fixed
up tor nis own use.
Parcpa charged $2 a ticket for hor
Cos ton concerts, and it tok but a very
short timo to count up the money at tho
box offico after the concert was over,
Dicky Tillery, a twelve-year-old, of
iidgecomb county, is orin Carolina, is uc
Hverlng lectures iu tho hnll of tho house
of renrcsentatives at llalelirh. He is said
to be quite an orator.
In Europe, Olivo Logun says, the wo
man suffertigo movement is generally
classed with mormonism. If Olive is right,
tho Europeans display a much more accu
rate knowledge of the case than they pus
ses of American affairs gencrully.
The following appcl appears in the
advertising columns of un English paper:
"To Christians A young man, never
having the blessing of tho uso of his limbs
through being set on wet grass, earnestly
solicits 42 postage Etnmps. In return he
will send, free, six best nickel silver tea
spoons nnd tongc to any part of Londun.
A NOTICE OK TILTOK9 UIOaUArilY.
t-'rom the UoMon TrTeller.
Th.'odoro Tilton has written a lift'of
VictonuO. Woodhull, which, for blasphe
my, indecency, and lunacy combined, has
probably never been equalled. Slio i
gruvoly declared to bo possessed by tbo
eiilrit of Demosthenes, who, in bodily
lorm, appeurs to her, sits by her side, und
dlctutes those fearful und wonderful
iironuncinineiitos which flow from her
uncoiibcious lips, nnd aro taken dowu by
ono of her hutbunds and given to tbe
world in print. Sho Is declared to have
watched unceasingly for ten days and
nights, without rest or food, over a sick
woman, till tho latter was restored to
health ; she herself growing ull tbe time
fair und etbcriul, und her fiesh wearing
u look of transparency, thus leading her
to believe, ttut ut last in this way will the
mortal body bo refined away, and tho soul
only remain. Sho is declared to huve
held to hor bosom in u seven hour trnnco
ibo body of hur dead son, till perspiration
broke from his clammy skin, und the child
came back tollle, and nor veracious blogru
, . 7, ."i
pber ndds that It is " her belief that the
Bpirit of Jesus Christ brooded over the
lifeless form, and rowrought the miracle
of Lnzatus tor a sorrowing woman h sake
Her " marriage " to hor Second husband.
and her support under tbo same roof of
her 11 rat, are t rented us exhibitions ut mor
al courngo "for which sho hus received
not so much censuro on earth as I think
Ao will receive reward In heuven." And
lo crown tbo nbsurdity nnd wickedness of
this dreauliil production, tho author
uy: '"lwico (assiiounsiiuKeniy beiives)
sho lias seen n vision of .lesus OnrLt-
honored thus doubly over St. Paul, who
saw his Master but once, ami then was
ovcrcomo by the sight. ' Verily, since
the red handed utlicIsM cf the first French
revolution elevated and worshipped n
harlot iu tho place uf the God of heaven,
there lias been no parallel lo the deillcu
tu.n of Victoria C. Woodhull by Theodore
Prom Ihe Cincinnati Commercial
The military scrv ces performed by tho
present holders of P-iderul offices in Cov
ington, Ky., woru not very remarkable.
Neither the Collector, Assessor, nor Post
mustor took part In tho war. And there
lives in Uovington u Keiituckyiaii who
uugni ior me union, inure man onco uis
Ingiiisning nimsuif ny personal gallantry
-bclni: tho first man over tho enoini's
works ut Arkansas Post, wberuhncantuiGd
a ling with his "own hands a Kentucky-
inn wiiu uuiiuomiucu n urigauo in tho
Vicksburg campaign, and after rfard hold
lnir imnortunt commands, rendered ,11 in.
cult und useful service a ICuntuckyiun
who was by tbo wur.roducod from afilu
enco to poverty, and who, by his vigorous
executiun of tbo orders of his superiors
I .....I .. .. ..tniL,,lln... ..... . '
IIII.UI1CU nil v,ihviuiiii t Ruioiiub Ul lilt)
animosity and hatred of the rebelelemnnt.
This man Is now in Covington, poor, nro
lectod, his wlfo 111 with a lingering disease
and ho would be sutlering to-day for ilia
want oi too necessaries oi tnu it jt woro
not for tbe Keneroslty of a few frlomi.
This is a statu of facts that nocds no com
ment. Can it be uisregarded with imnu-
..tio rri ... ... 1 11 l.n ii , . .
Ilivy i iuoio nm uu uu iryuuiu in Obtain.
lng tho name of the hero of Arkansas Ton
THE LATE IT.
At tho millinery oncnln
York, lust Friday, ono of tho most no
ticed features was a chapcau inudo of ro
al purplo velvet, in thrco distinct shades,
s i blending in tints that each is simply tho
shadow of tho other. Tlio ernwn wm
1 iltu high, and laid up in tofi pluits to tho
nip, wni'ri) ii 15 Kmuruu in, loriulh ll
partial bell crown, garnished with
a combination of delicate purplo tips,
surropnded with plnitings of rich laeo.
At thu back driHipl a laco scarf, which
sweeps down from tho center of thn crown.
Strings of purple Bilk, with an edging of
KnglMi thread luco: tbo high rnling front
imiiiiiuu vrnn a proiiy xuctiiug ot silk
A FKMaui. i ICTtM.
1 1..,.. hrt I, -tit i l.i t.'ii.intii r, nl. Kpftt.&l
Un Munduy nfu-rf ion a centlemnii liv-
Inir in un urlUooratlo portion of Second
3. ....... .1. 1 I.!. ....I...
cot Set out w -I'uruu lur n .viif, wuu
'md been ubsont from homo slhco fcjiitur
day. Going Into tho row of huts located
between Walnut and Madison and Kmt
and Flovd Street, 1m was fil ed with unu'.
terublo anguish nt funding her in ono of
tbdM dirty huts, oecupieu only b colored
people, and evidently vcy much intoxi
cated. All of hi efforts to liiduco byr to
return to her home and tobersix children,
with which thoir hiarrlugo has been blcssod,
wcro unavailing. The woman bntroatod
to bo let alone, or else bo permitted to go
whore sho never would bebold.bls fuce nijiiin
She had on her person, tho sum of $300,
which sho stated would tflko her whero she
A carrlaco was sent to tho door and an
officer, whoso usslstutica was required, wont
Into tho houso and finally pcrsuiulcd hor
to return to iho homo slio bad not scn, and
icrhnps had not thought of, since Saturday,
ihe was placed in tho carriage, nnd, In
rnmpany yith tho officer, went buck to
licr ramuy, out not v.itiiout imploring
to bo allowid to go unywbero olso. The
appoaruncoof the woman is preposnisslng
in every respect ; above tho nvcragu size,
she is splendidly formed, in nflltient clr-
. . uli... ai.... i. r...
cumsiaiiccp. m iiiiv niuuu iuuiu is iui
ibis woman's strange and disgraceful con
duct cannot even bo guescd. Tbl adds
yet nnothor to tho long list of crime from
drunkenness. Here is a womnn ol peron
al beauty, high position a mother surroun
ded by her children dragged down below
tho level of :i brute, and involving in her
full husband, children and loving friends.
And for what 7 Let who will answer.
OUTRAGES BY MEXICAN BANDITS OO V.
PAFronn's ExrtoniNo tarty n no c tii,
San Fkancisco, Oct. 1. Tucson, Arizo
na, advices to Sent. i!3, say that thero l
no protection to life or properly on the
Lower Gila. The Mexican bandits are
mnrderinir tlio white und Mexican resi
dents indiscriminately, and running off
cattle by tho wholesale. Martinez, the
noted bandit, ran 125 Texas cattle off from
ono drove. Ho was pursued and the cat
tle recaptured. Martinez was supposed
to have been mortally wojnded.
Gov. Salford and party arrived nt l'res
cott from the great exploring expedition,
on Sept. 23.
Great suffering existed from drouth in
Gen. Crook has 60 Mexicans nnd 30
Indians scouting against tbe Apachecs.
II OM E.
(Frtm Ihe Jlden Age.J
Cominc homo from a summers vacation,
und finding it the pleusantcit placo in the
world, wo wonder that wo were ever fool
ish enough to run awy from its comforts,
nnd pay enormous sums for inedible food,
cramped anddingy rooms, bad company
and intensified disgust elsewhere. It was
foolish, per Imps, the going away ; but it Is
onlv bv doini: oolish things that we learn
tobowisc. It cives us change, however,
and that is something. It tired us of nov
elties, and that is moro. It rc-diicovered
homo, that is most of all. It corrected our
estimate of the relative valuo of quiet and
excitement, here and thcie. It tills us
with content, and now we como back, and
Inf.. ,I.A .11 (i... unit . 1. r. t.Vi t ll .1
accustomed duties of life with added in
terest, freshness mid onl ivmont. It make
u realize that after nil there Is no place
liko home; nnd sol about making it more
nttruciiveand beautiful undeatulying, with
new cntuuslasm and zeal.
A youne wifu in Troy cured her
husband of u dispovtioa to absont himse f
trom homo ut night by providing linn
with an excellent dinner, und string to
afterwards: ''George, If you ffnd a sweeter
spot than our homo dcicrlhc It to mo and
1 will rival It it 1 dio in the attempt. ' A
ki'ssand a few tears completed the vh
IVUIi Hi Klooiny allcnilniifN, low aplr
IIh' (Irjir hhIoii.I -iolniilary rinN Ion.
li-ior ki'iiien, hprrniiilorrlior , Ion ol
no MIT' ll.v II H.I. IIIHO os iiiPinorv
iiikI tbrentf-iirl ImiirU-iirr nnd IMIic
rllltH, mid n loverrlirn cure In liuiu
iihrcy's lloinropullilc hjiecllle o
t'trcly-clKlil. Coinpu.iid of iho m ! ralua
bie inlliT ma ntpnt ursliTen, ihe) trine
on 10 at the rout ot the rnnttor, tono up tli 6t
Inn. arret tlimlcharsM, anil Impart vl(;or nil
n5rjy, llle and iltalt) to thn enure mull. Tnnj
htveeureil thoin.ai,is nf capn. Pni'i-, ij i'ii
packiRfnoI fire on and a nrjjr 12 rial, whloh
i vcrjr Impoitai iu ib-itlnme or old i ue, or tl
icrsinKi on. do i uj hi, urn'iM., udj rein
i'j mini on iceip. ui price. AiM'fi, ini-npiiri-f'
-iit'iitlo Hmneupathiu Mdlcln-? Co., .W2 Uroid
w:'y. !'-.V. . P. SU11UII,
mimiMi ownwiy eni. , mm, min-n
H'l.MJ AMI I.ltitJOIU.
icccrisoa ronii stocitrtrrit
Itocliryrr nnil Wholesale Iirnlcr
I'orclK" ami lioineillc
r rrJTr T o tTriA-'irc- Tjrpn
U U Kb, WJjNPib, hlL.
No. 78 Ohio Levkk,
BraiiioruiD IIlocs, OllUO, ILLINOIS.
Hi: keep on hand conntanily a full slock oi
M'l Kentucky Bourbon, ilye ml Muuoiikh
i.ei.i Vh,nkie, Trench llrindien, llollaml Olo,
ltniiieunii Diilnorni Wines. ) u:Mf
WM. II. SOIIUTTKH,
Imporlor mill VVIkiIcnuIc Denier isi
Acntfonlie host brauds of.
CUEAM AND STOCK ALE,
ImporUil Alen nt Illirerv'nt Kind,
75 Ohio Leveb,
tf CAItlO, ILLINOIS.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
y 61 eiery description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOOltS, SASH, BLINDS.
Kurulshed on shortest notice. '
Commercial. nv, hot. 10th and llth-sts
OAU10, ILLIK: ;).
SIMILIA &1M1LIUUS CUltAXTTll
HAVE proved, from tho most ample etpi-r-.,
lire, nil ii'iulro KiefO'S; riunp i Prompt
r.laeicnt mil Hi lull, n. Thev itrn tint m.lv ,,,.,
cn,H i. ui.iii rm in popnim u-i o n,,,.
ic iiiiii inn uhvh I'tiu tin if innna in tinitm ihfi
! Inirinlo-" to lefren from ilmiK,.r Bll, ,
lilulo ln l be nlitnvn r Ti'iblo 'limw
(i lllirt Ii vrnri coiiiimiiilniiotii frum nil, nnil whl
ii',ii nnder miilnelion.
I, uiirt-i ififn.n ni-t "O, ir.nnmtnnt fin. Vf,
,11111,, wor.ii I lor, W" m ciilii- -.8
ryltiir ciil c ortfethlnitol inlnnt-...
Illrrliiien. of children nnd nclult,..w
iiyM'iiirr.v. KiipinK.b'lloUB collo.'A
S'liolpm-miirbus, vomlilnit ,ss
(.'Iiolrriu i olds, bt-dneliliiin
Xcur. Iirln. tooiliiuln., foi-neli
SlriKlitrlK'u. slek hotilnclm, vrttli202.'
lyhtrtsln' Ii.Uoiim stoiimdi. ...,.2i
N,iir'Hsoil,i)r pninnil pcrioil....aA
Wliflm.loo ir6fns inouii 'ii
S'roim. I'oiioli. difficult brriilliiiitf'i.
llliriliiiutlHiii rheum lli- piiiun
t'rirrnsia Ariic, chill leer,KunW
Vllvn. hllnd or IiIopiIIiik .... M
dlMiiiiirniy, nnu iioro or rnk cjrrfW
t't fSrch. ai-ui or I'lironlp. InMn.nniL'.
niiiiiiis, iippitjru urrniuilli w
f.nr niHrhitrsea. im aired lipnrmvU,
Ncrofuln cnln ired jtlands, weil nu60
Slnirrill lletlllll)', phynlcal Mfak
n. , , Mi
2S, " IlrOiay anil neanlrSrcietions fto
mt ' Hon NIcklirvN -Irkiiinf frnni rldln t,.i
" Itldiicy-IllHcnKp (lr,ivel. ,V
a, " prom 11 nisisf,' Kninlnul itio,.
hmk.I'ivo iintarT 11 rei.nruen. .1 m
ritilloSP, wit 0110 Si vml of powder
,'ry i'r vii-ury In ncnom iuhok.S Wi
H), " Kore .Ho 11 Hi, i'H,Wcr ,vi
m, " I rlnnrv WciiUii n, wetlliiK UmI.XO
i, iiimiiii i;ri,i,m, wnn "pnnil..,;
Ii " Mlllcrlnuii. tilMoan of 1 fn 1 mi
:u, " i:iili,'iy.p:nm, .VituiMdnci-.l 00
n, jfiiKHcrinuic, eraieii uro thr nt u;
Of 35 lo 0 lnr( vlnlo, mororro
nr robots ,i,i,l riiM- roiilaliiliii; 1,
tlMTllli lor cit'rv iiikIImiii'V iIIh.
t A AI 1 1. 1 LAMLl.
rnocnrntnll.r laxiilijcei ii, nnil
hoolin orillr,' II01IH..L Iiom Sloto-.",
.-111. II r s niiilly aud 'I rntt'lliiu ca 1 .
zu 10 as un, 11, in ns 10 Hn
Hp olllc lor nil l'rltiiti IMHmri,
I xith fur CiirtiiK nnd nir I'rrtrti
1lp irmtnitLi 111 rmUaiid pocuct
Ciueii '.' lo 5
C irr Uuriii. llrutncn. Laini-ni'ii.. Soranci. 80 rt-
I hrol, hiiui i, Tuouluuli., lluutliu, tiuuraltfia.
iiiieoniati.ni, i.umi'ngf, ni", iimi, tsiini,'-,
ioru l',)t-m, lllrrdliiiil lint I.UUJ., .N kh, Htrmi
,h, or of I'llen.UiiruS, rii"cn,, Oil Hurt.
1 leo, Coz., 11 ci.; t'l 't il.W'i liri, 81-75
Tlii'je rilil".ln, uXCepi lo lid a Flliwl,
by the cn or Hlna.n box. are nt u nny p.irl ol
Ihei'oiiiilrr, h)1 null or expn-f, nee of chhrgi-,
on reclpl 01 tliv prico. Addrru,
Offlce and iltpU, No, llroadway, Ncvf.rnrk.
KOIl HII,K I1V V. HCUl'Il, CAIIIO, IIIh,
hatch 1:1,0 ii'.s 11, 11 it nvi:.
Tbl imperii Hair Dje Is the tt.T the Wuaio
I'erlccily Harmlc UelmWn and ItithtMi-iu.
'o dlnapenlntmpnt. No ltl.tlciiloui Tml or Un
pleasant Odor. Th"(tjiiln W. A. llhlor
llur lljre producei ImTIKDUTKI.V a rplendid
lllack or natunl Drown. Doe not Bmio Ihr
rikio, hut lfelh Hair Clui,SuII and lltaull
ful. The only Safo md Prrfect Dye.
Sold hj all ilruuKl't"- I'antoi y 1G Ilnnd rttrtrt,
Nw York. lanjildi'OdiwIy
Enaya for Young Men, on rcnt Hoci. I l'.r
and Abus, which inierfcro with Marriage, fnd
rain th.-tiapplne of llidnaand", with mir
means of relli-f for tne Krr'.nr; and Unfolunate,
difacd and debilitated. Hint In noali-d letter
enrdopeB, free ol charge. Addre, IIOWAKI)
ABrtOUlATIO.V, No. S H. Ninth lrf M, rhlladel
phla, 1' apM3ni
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
UY DK. J. II. SOiIENCK, M. I).
Ulany almmnn heiritf m pu'"! away f"r w hoi
dwith ihtro mi noi'thi-r ri'amjn than Ihu nettled
orkiiijnmind liidlnpiiuitily pnircii uimniof cup-.
Iho.ii near und iU-.tr to r.iiully und friend uro
rlceiilnu tlioilremuleai BUulivr Inlo nlildi. had
'11 ii. jusupii il ."(.iir.Ncic.'SijnriM.r.
and araMM thcmselres of hi rrnndf rfnlly efflca
clotia medicine-, they would ti'il Imro fallen.
Dr. sriienctt hn. 111 un own cu pniftii that
hererer runieient TlUillly remnlm. tliai iluil-
Uy, liy hla inedlelncs und liln dln-ctloni fur llielr
u.e. If nuickt iieil liun liealthtul t lur.
In thm matemenl th-rn la noldln prciimp
tuoun. To tan faith of lliu Invalid H iniidti no
repre.entatlon thut I not, a Ihnmatid tliuea .ub
runtUtcd Ijy lirlnir and Tintilu ttork... 'II10
tnviry 01 1111, riiru 117 jir. acui'ni;it a nieiocini.
lata ilmi'lo it. it It unfuihnc. II. ilillo'iliy ru
qulrea nu ariiuuunt- 1 1 la clf-auurinv. ault-cun-
ThBSca-Vced "Ionic and Mnndmln Plllaarnthn
Erst two wrariha with whleli tlio citadel of thn
malady Is iiwalled. Two third of the cne of
ciibauraptlon orlttlnutu In UriM-p.laand a func-
lionaiiy oiannioroi, utit- ii tin tin. wiiuumjh
the bronchial tuoe "symimttiuo" with thn
etoniucli. Trier reaixind to tlio iiiorbltlu uetlun
of tlio hrer. Hcru then coniea Iho euliiilnatlni.'
result, anil 1110 rviiiuv 111, nun u 11a uiitivn
Iiij! ayuiploms of
ti, If unlink a rm. nro coninof oil nf onn of Na.
tnre'aniilile.t Klll-thu I'.nliiiililllum I'ulUituin.
'I'hey hiih'ii nil tho blood-.eitrchlnif, itllemtlrii
pruivillea of t.lumcl, hut, uullku caluuiul, Ihey
"LI'.AVE NO KTINC lIr.II).,
Tho work ff enrol now lieglnnlnir. Tho vitia
ted nod iiiuoniMileiKialU In ilmliuwi'iannii in itio
alimentary cuiml aro elected. 'Iho liver. Ilka
n clock, la wound up. It amine from lta torpid
ity. Tho Miiuiach new rcfuoriilvely.- and tuo
pjllent begins to feci Hint ho U fcllln;,', nt Uit,
A rsUPPLV OP GOOD IILOOI).
Tha Fen-wecd Tonic. In conjunction with tltp
Pllla, iierineutea and imlnillntea Willi 111(1 ioihi.
Chyllllcutlon Is nw ir,iaresltm without It; pro
vidua torture. DlirMthm tocomea liilea.and
th euro la aoen to l. in litmt; 'I "ero lino luoro
fljtulenco, no uiacurbtl,ii vt tho Humaclu An
"'jVowniuie tho Rrpritoct niood Purifier ever yet
clven byitn Imminent lailier to euUvrlna- man.
Scbenck'H l'ulmiiiilo tirriipeiime In to perturni
lta function and to liiUii und coinpletii Im
cure, it enter ni onnj ui'''n ".-i-.
c-irl not bo cheated- It collect a and ripena iho
Impulrwt and lleBid iwrtlona of tho ItniK.
Initio form of caiherlriKa.lt preimroa them for
cxiKjctoruimii, anu lo In a very Miort tliuu tho
maUdylvunqulhed. tho rotten throno that It
occupied l ri'novnted und iimdnuw. und iho
imllent.ln nil Iho dlnnlty of renamed viuor.stppj
lorth to enjoy tho luuiihyod or jtouianhoud that
nivr.N up as i,Of)T.
Tho tocnnil thlnir Is, tho pntlnt mint stay In a
..... . ..HI l,..v t',.1 tve I I It I U lllll.t till-
inalblo to prevent tiiknir cold when tho Iunks
aril diseased, but It mut hp prevented or 11 cuio
.in ii, ,t hn int'ttcil. I "i i-uli ulr und r'dlnK out,
ctni'cUllr In IhH tctlou of tho oountrj,
fall and winter neamii. uro nil wronii. 1 nji-
,1 , .
clumwli I ecoinnit'iid tnutcourso loiuiueir li-
llenn, If "iieir iiimki uro ouuix iumvm-ui huh jn.
Li'Ciuuo IIil-t urn In Iho Iioumi tlifjr must nit
It down nnlct; therm"'twlt BrJ""t11,,n,0 rom
noieii ntui n.fii.tn tho f trencth will bear, to
net up a liood elrciihitlon of blood. '1 ho putlem
mini keep in Knott plrlt-ho cetcrmlned to Ket
well. Thla liua 11 Kreut ileal to do with tho uppo
llte, and la the until point to pain.
To despair of euro after a uih evlrtcnco of Its
poMlblltly lit tho wurst ciit, ami moral cer
tainty In ill other, la sinful, IJr. rWhcnck'a per
aoniil statement to tho euuultr of hla own euro
wua In tUeao modest word 1 ,
".Muny yeura uun 1 wu In tho last stwrc of
conaumptloni contlned to my bed, und ut pno
timo my nhyalelaus tlmiiKht that 1 could not live
u wecki theii.llku 11 drowning mini eiitelilnK ul
tniw, I heurdnf and obtained tho prepunitlona
which I now offor to the public and lliey niudo
a pertcrt euro of 1110. It acemed to mo thill t
oould leel them penctiuto my wholo aytteni.
Tliuy soon ripened tho mutter In toy lunm, und
1 would spit up moro thun u plot of oiienalvu
ellnw matter every moriilnir for u Itmu tltno.
"Asaonn 11a Unit hCKttll to autmldo, my cough,
fever, luitns. and nluhi aweutaull beaan to leuvo
me, apd my appctltu becauiu ao cruitt thut It wua
wlthdllDculty thut I could keep irom eutlnii too
much. 1 soon Kutncd my ttrcntith, and huvo
grown In llosh ovor alnco,
"I waa weluhod ahorlly after my recovery,"
added the Doctor, " tncu UmklnK llko u mero
akoletont ray weight waa only ninety. aui
pound 1 my preaent woiiiht la two hundred 1
twonlr-nve (ill) puunda. and for yeura I huve
joyed uninterrupted heulth," . . . ,
Dr. Bchonck hua discontinued III professional
visit to Now-York and llostou. He or hla son,
Dr. J. II. Hchcnek. Jr.. atlll oonj nuo to '
tlenta at their omce. No. 15 North Blith . H trei.
o"rdlfelohVf.?rkln the medlclnea ar
f f?" .l vi;.i' "re,n nf.i.i.tim. Of rcturulnii
i'ei'lh, hunger la tho moat welcome, aymptom.
When It coine. na It will eomo. let too despulr
Inirntoncohiiof (mod cheer. Jloodhloodatimco
Pillows, tho cmuth lonson, tho nluht aweut I
abated. In 11 short llnio both of theso morbid
ayniploms uio gono forever.
llr. HchuiRk'a luHdlcliif nro conftnntlykept In
ten of thousand of tuuilhea, A a hiiiitlyo or
purtrutlvu.thuMundriika Pill aroustandiird pro.
partition 1 whllo the Puluionlo Hyrup, us u euro
or eougii und ciujj,
j, may bo returned us a pro.
, consumption in any or IM
I'rlcb of, tlvj' Pulmonic Bymp and Boa-vsccd
Tonle. Sl,&hit DoiUu, or JO a half doson. Man.
ilruke I'm.. i: o uta a hvx. I vt sale by uu drug.
reri'SScSptlt"; thut,n aomoea liro Slundniko
5!,n; ro to iia taken In Incroiised doseat tlio
tl reoiiiodlclneaneed no other ueoompunlnienta
LOUIS ,J oil OENS EN,
iJudnrlnfi'! kind, of
STAPJ.K AM) J'ANCY
I'ai-wer'H Yimt mill hfnMiiic
win: at cirno-
Cor. W.isliingtou-nv and Twcntictli-M.,
tor. M'naliltiKioii.rii.nuiI lllb-t.,
V,'. 0. CARY, 1
I'llINCI PAL UNDERTAK KH,
2 S i -
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5 .J t i
i Hi 51
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- V. . 11
c v 1 1
2 si r
SALES ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH STRE
Moat Sitrre s.ful, f'oplilnr nnd Vertetl
Of the period am our wdl-knawn
Ilothare of the. almrie.l construction, an acl
easily-managed that wc guarantee tiiemtogive 'I
Anno nrtlcle in Ihe household has a ur'nter ln-1
flurnco in nrninollnr the health, comfort and l,n-4
nine.M 01 mo lam ir cue r loan inn cmiKiiiea
ntore, it ta economy a well as policy tOKeuma
esi; and in uyingtue
Youcanreljr on sjsttlng tho most ncceful, p
ulur and peifret cooaiug aiovo ever made,
You nre nlwnj niroof having Juicy, Tender nncJ
lieucioua iieeisiaue., cn'eaeu, iinui, iviivi' etc.
Excclnior Manufacturing Company,
812 and CM N. Mln-at.,Ht. LouIh, Mo.
AND ALL LIVE HTOVH IlKALHI.
C. W. HENDERSON, Agent.1
IKMITN AMI NI1IKI.
HOOT AND SITOE MAKER,
Iletwccn WahmBton ATenue and Poplar Stietl
Hoots and Shoe Made lo Order.
Pine Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SIQIIT FACTORY
OLE aacxer roa
n n n rn a 1 vn Dim V. S il
i ) w w a t : .1 w J w
omnicrclnl Avenue, Corner of Elglitlj
rAKTlCUI.AK ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OR?
runs foii iioorsKirtTs and hhoeh.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Flour ond Crist Mills,
The "Tuppor" Patent Orate bar,
U VOlUS'SH Kit (lVC:tir, 1'1'UTJ.IICI,
. tl. T
tiva uu uenivrs,