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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1871.
u:m:ui. acikntn.
1IALL1DAY BROTHERS,
ommi AGENTS
FORWARDING ami COMMISSION
.HKIU'.II an rs c
DEALERS IIS' FLOUR;
And A enlacf
Ohio Hirer nu t Knnnnliit
S ,COMPA2sTIES
70 Ohio Levee,
CAinn. Illinois
THE BULLETIN.
Tit or nit Mailt Ilritrm :
Sultcription.
O-e week, by carrier -
One year by carrlcr,lnnhance 1" W
One month, by mail, "5
Tares rr.oathi S2 25
! i month' 4 23
rear, & CO
71.1 ofrfiif pnptro) Aleianler county ami of the city oj
Qum; the onlunnrnxng ilaifim Southern llllnoit:
niril-ail, journal,' tmnll, but fearlen; out
rpr&en on all tu'ijtelt o) interest to the puUie ;
vitk alargt anl Mercian? ereulation, the Jlullc
tin ntatt the jntiwyj', ot intelligent rca.teri and
ente'pnnnQ irunsui men.
THE DOLLAR WKEKLV 1IULLKT1.V.
John 11. Oberly A Co. nato reduced the sub
scription prii-o of the Weekly Cairo llullcti to
One hilar per aimm. tnikini; it the cheapc-t ('
pcrpabluhel In southern Illinois.
ST ATI. TICKI'.T.
For Kepresentativj in Cmxrcus for the -tute-at-Large,
S. S. ITAYES.
DEMOUATTC COl'NTV TICKKT.
For Trenur.'r an J Collector,
WILLIAM .MARTI X.
For Surteyor,
JOHN P. RELY.
Ex-Senatoii Hf.nduk'Ks, of In
diana, and Hon. Win. S. Grocsbcek, of
Ohio, are to take the stump for Mr.
Doolittle in Wisconsin,
Tin: Odd Fkllows of Pf.ouia con.
tributed SSOO in money to the Chicago
'ufferers, and the grand lodge of the
state, now in te-io:i at Ottawa, appro
priated Sl',000 for the same purpose.
TlIF.UK A HE AHOl'T TWO m'NUUKn
female compositors in New York City.
They have failed so far in their efforts
t" i-tablish a uuion, and they only re
scue about half the wages generally
pxen to men.
The sentence of Henri Rochcfort
ii ii been commuted to banishment. It
! kaid that he will take up his resi
deuce in Uelgimn aud establish there a
at.ncal journal, and that the French
g .ertitnetit leaders will come in for the
largest share of derision.
m (
j in; uhkat joky I.eadeu, Mr.
Di-raeli, has declared the Rriti
Qacen to b'i morally and physically in
capable of performing the duties of her
p'...tiuti which beiug translated reads,
that Queen Victoria is insaue. And
what now jB t0 follow?
,,,,: 1 u'(i lias addressed another
letter to the faithful in which he as
we them of hi unalterable faith that
R'me will yet be restored tn il.
1 .
church, and begs of them everywhere
to - pray tod ...Ho quickly restore all
mm is capauie oi restoring, Catboli-
cisin completely iree.
1 'sited States Senaiouh
at..
pears, are not all of them above bur-
picion. The revelations that are beiim
made in Washington City in regard io
tho private life of many of our
i
inrii. nriivn flint tin. mnrrilu i.V
Capital are really out of joint. Xow.
comitigrt with the eyes of the Woodhull
fraternity, how happily everything
would bo adjusted 1
Ft. Louis and J'i okia propose to
contest for tho loat trade of Chicago.
"Let the wholesale inercliants of
' I'eorin," Miouts llio Peoria Mttional
Democrat, "nt once jicnotrato every
' avenue of trade, anil, in the Allure,
' when llic large Mod arc rebuilt in
' Chicago, our city will retain a great
ileal of the (ratio that lnailc Chicago
the nihility metropolis f.ho was before
'her Into calamity.'
,f riKiK Dvvv anil (he bar of the
Franklin eiicuit court are at the outs.
The judge, who lias become somewhat
. ... 11
j'eiulaii( vtitn increasing years an auie
bu( impatient man unable to endure
the insolence of the lawyers who have
business in his court, informed them
that he would be compelled to assert
his authority or surrender to the attor
neys without condition, lie preferred
to cxcrcifc his authority, and began by
fininc a lawver 85(1 for the offense of
abusing (he court in a speech to a jury
Tin: statu ok Ohio justly is cnti
tleil to the honor of furnishing the
purest politicians, the most scholatly
and finished orators and the wisest
statesman of the present era, all (o bo
found, moreover, within the pale of the
Democratic party. As examples, we
have (o mention Allen G. Thurwau,
George H. Pendleton, Chief Justice
Chase, and W'm. S, Grocsbcck. Of the
latter, George Alfred Townscnd, in the
Chicago Tribune, very recently said .
" The republicans of Ohio (and lie
might have added, with equal truth, or
of any other state) do not possess such
a man.
Skchetakv Pish, who swims in a
very large puddle of dignity, has de
manded tho recall of Mr. Catacazy, the
Russian minister, who, it is said, lately
remarked at a dinner table that he
"could bribe tho Secretary of State."
The New lork .S'it says that such :
" saying," though indiscreet in Cata
cazy, considering Jus ohicial relations,
would not be without reason. " It is
notorious," adds the fiun, " that more
than a year and a half ago the legis
lature of Massachusetts published to
the world a bulky document contain
ing th evidence that the Assistant
secretary of State, while a director
and counsel of the Eric Railway Com
pany, took a bribe of 8C0.000 to be
tray and defraud that company. This
evidence was printed and scut abroad
under the sanctiou of that legislature,
1 and its truth has never been qucs
' tioncd by any one. Nevertheless the
' Secretary of State has kept the man
' thus convicted of bribery in power at
' the head of his own department, and
this fact alone furnishes sufficient
' grounds for the conclusion to which
' Mr. Cataeazy's mind arrived. No
' public man having a delicate sense of
per.-onal or official honor would retain
in a place of confidence and authority
a man whom such a legislature as that
of Massachusetts has pronounced
guilty of taking a bribe; and it re
quires no stretch of faith to believo
that he who sustains and promotes a
bribe-taker would, under favorable
circumstances, take a bribe himself."
The Padlcah Ivkntucician asserts
the belief that the democratic party is
in great danger from tho movement
which has been inaugurated by Carl
Fchurz, looking to the dismemberment
of the present conservative organiza
tion and the establishment of a new one
on its ruins. There N no danger of
the disintegration of the democratic
party at present. It will enter the
battle for the presidency next year a
compact organization, and, if wisely
commanded, will secure victory over
the radical foes of the constitution ;
but it the mistakes of the past should
be again enacted if Hnitrboiiisin with
its demoralizing crioi and efforts in
behalf of its radical allies if stubborn
proscription should continue to keep
from the ranks of the party the con
servative republicans who, as earnestly
as the democrats, desire the downfall of
radicalism, then the days of the party
will have been numbered, and a new,
vigorous, aggressive conservative party
will take its place and sweep the Grant
Morton federalists from the political
field in disastrous defeat.
Hut the
act the
democracy, wo believe, will
wi-e part. The mistakes of
thu past
are a warning which thov will not dis
regard, if they yet possess even a grain
of the political sagacity which in the
olden time gave victory into their
hands continuously.
Day It it nut 11 Utile imii-ttlYim. In llm
French that the V fell on hi ) pnriitipllt'il to
uckiiow lodge Unit all tho essential damage
done to their beautiful l'uri w the
work ot I'ansians, rather than of" tho
(lOths and VuiiduN " from tho further ido
oi uiu inline, l el the mini eiimlliv ..f
1. . . . w.
am. makinc nunrooriiitt.niu .., n
' D-' . "'""" w mu f.,1.
"ion s ui repair damages to monu
mil. uim nuuiie buildings, upoeirics tho
. u v , U(, l0 resiore structures "dam-
hL'i-u niiftti.. i - . . ...
Tribune.
rw- Tl,.. ii
oeur ,. , , " , uo.,, "ru K'"'K for one of
tl, on,, pjTt
to
This
L-lK
l'n.
diints ot HnhardHiirri.Li?H,.; . !
.Istnr. " hih, tl, V .l:."r""l3.""Jtl'e
,i.
., "V
Sistor, " While thu Amort, 1 .1 '!r. "
are supposed to bo '
'leuendaiit, of Hlcli
uras lour uncles.
t&TA littlogirl of 13 out west husUen
presenieu uy ner luiuor a small puteb f
7,000 acre, in a corner of his back-yurd to
p; m ijurueumg in.
brands;
SNATCHED
MOM
J NO.
THE BURN-
IIOPK SPRINGS ETERNAL
THE IICMAN 1 111 HAST.
IN
INDOMITA RLE SPIRIT Of THE
STRICKEN PEOPLE.
SCENES AND INCIDENTS
THK GREAT CALAMNITV.
OP
W'OKD.S OF C1IKEK
The manngcrj of tho Chicago Tribune
issued a well-printed lialf-slicut on tho
morning of the 11th, lintant, from which
wo copy the following editorial:
"Cheer tip I In tho midt of n calnin
nitv without imrallcl in the world's his
tory, looUIni upon tlio nslicj of thirty
years accumulations, tho pooplo of tt.o
bnce bciiuitful city have rcolved tliat
Cliicii,'o flinll rise iignin. Witli deatti in
ninny 'truiigo plnee, with two or tlireo
iitindred millions of our Imrd-oarntd iiroi)-
orty swejit nwny in n few liours, the heart!
of our men nnil women arc still bravo,
mid they look into tho futuro witli un
daunted heart'.
" As tliuro never lies licon filch n calam
ity, to liiu tlirro nover boon such fortittido
in lliofncoof desolation nnd ruin, Already
rontriicts have boon mudo for rebuilding
soino of the burned blocks, and the clearing
nway of the debris will begin to-day, If
i lie neat is so lar sutiuuca unit tnc ciiurreu
mntcrini can be bundled. 1'ield. Lictcr A:
Co. nnd John ". J'nrwell A; Co. will ro-
couimcnco to-oiiv. iliu money mid so-
curitie in tho banks nro mfe. Tho rail
roads nro worklnj; with nil their encrpics
to bring u out ot nllliction. Tho
thrco hundred millions of capital invented
in tho.o roada i bound to see us throuirh.
They have boon built with special refer
ence to a great commercial want at this
place, and they cannot fail to sustain us.
"Ulncairo must ruo airaln. Wo do not
believo the calamity that lias befallen us
M crushed us. Tho world lias probublv
never seen the like of it certainly not
sinco Moscow burned, lint the forces of
nature, no lers than tho forces of reason,
requiro that exchanges of a e;rcat region
should be conducted here. Ten. twenty
year? may be required to reconstruct our
lair city; but tho capital to rebuild it fire
proof will bo forthcoming The losses we
have suffered must be borne, but tho place,
tho time, nnd tho men nro here to com
mence at the bottom nnil work up ngnin.
Not at tho bottom neither, for wo linvo
credit on every land, nnd tho cxroriunco
of ono upbuilding of Chicngo to help us.
"Let u nil cheer up, snvo what is vet
left, nnd wo i-hall como out right. Tho
Christian world h coming to our relief.
Tho worst is already over. In u few days
morn nil tho dangers will bo past, nnd wo
can resume tho battle of life with Chris
tian faith nnd Western grit, hot us cheer
up I
A OLE Alt ACCOUNT.
The following account of the! battle of
tho flames against Chicago it tho clearest
and most satifnetory we have yet seen. It
was written by llev. Is-aac llrrett, editor
o: tho Uhmtian btaiHlard, who was nn
eye-witnes of tho sublimo and terrible
spectacle :
Xcnr midnight, moved by fran- J
was unable to suppress, I necehded to tho
roof of tho house of my host 11. II. Ilon-
ore on JllehiL'an avenue, to noto tho
progress of tho lire. It was evidently
spreading extensively, nnd tho gusts of
winu, wlncli wero j-oiiictiuies so ,-trong n
to compel u to brace ourselves on the roof,
threatened immense inUchiel. lint as tho
wind boro rather wot of north, wo fo!t
that our part of thu city win not in dan
cer, and wo ventured to eek rest and .-leup.
Within nn hour wo were uiou.-ed witli tho
information that
THK FLAMES WEItK A1TUOACHI.NO VS.
A linsty glance satisfied us that tho
river had been crossed, and the tiro was
moving diagonally toward the lake in n
northeast direction. .Still it wns hoped,,
from tne northwest bearing of tho wind,
which had risen to n gale, that its eastward
progress would bo stuyed before it reached
tho most vniuablo portion of tho city. It
was painfully interesting to look at men
whoso whole fortune, in iiuc'iiillcent buil
dinjrs, was at the me rev of the lire, trying
to persuailo tticinsclvos that uy oino strain
of irood luck the tiro would bo arre-ted be
loro it iciclieU their treasures. " I lie wish
wn fathor to the tliounht. ' Hut in spite
of these axonixin!' wishes, tlio stream of
devouring tlamu kept movitiK on uven
auainst tlio w mil, or only taeklni; biimcient
iy to pursue U course iliai;onully toward
tho lake. Suvi en tied n tccnu of wildest
cxeiteinenl. Tho people, aroused to a
ieiic of danger, miulu frantic cfforti to
ave thuir property, llio streets wero
soon thronged with
FHIOIITENKI) AND FIliNllC CUOWDs
of all classcsand dc.-i riiitions, and the mix
ture of the solemn and painful with tho
ludicrous and diverting was such us is sel
dom seen. Horse, carriages go.earts,
wagon-, dravs, hand-earls, wheel-barrows,
sleigh'', mine with i licit harnes-ed lor hoi
, and women and children pushing ho
hind the vehicles loaded with every kind
of hmichold treasure driving to get be
yond tin-reach of tlio onward moving river
f llame, that surged and swellel and bent
relentlessly again-! every obstacle, and
loreed a channel through even the solido-t
walls ol stone. Little uovs and girls drngg
mg trunks through thu streets with ono
hand, holding on witli the other to some
nourished picture ol the loved and lot.
Women loaded with bed-slats, and care
fully bearing them to a place of safety.
mg men carrying mirrors lor smutres, ami
laying them down only to bo shivered in it
moment, llaretooted and almost naked
women and children gathered around their
odes ot liirtiituro, many ot them falling
asleep in thu streets from sheer exhaustion,
only to be rou-ed to gather up their goods
and rush farthera way f r jm the approaching
danger. Aiiiiiuniurs ui yesterday looking
in pale silence ul the liro demon, spurting
recklessly with their inrhntn. urn i-iiher.
lug to ashes in an hour tin: toils of half n
llio time past, and I lie only hope of half a
mo mat lay ye; in tho luiuru. 't ho air i
Ullod with sparks and burning splinters,
which the eruul winds in their wanton
ness lasli into fury, and send them leaping
and darting, with fiery tongue, liku enrag
ed serpents, to strike at tho llrt obieet in
llio way, .Some light on roof, some stick
their fangs into wooden cornices, or win-
dow-trames; others dart, as it with demon
teal Intelligence, niter awnings; nnd di
rectly another magnificent block is wrap
ped in mimes, noon mo giis-ngiitu go out
Iho gas-worKs uemg uusiroved: l ie
winds start up witli tresli howling venge
ance lust as men s hopes rovivo ot chuck
Ing tho onward sweep of tho ilru; tlio
moon looks out ot tho sky Willi u hue as ol
loath-sickness, utterly woe-begon thu
sickliest, dcathtlies.t hue 1 over detected on
1 I...W 1. 1. l.i. i'.-. . . II r
I iiaii-iiiuuuu uico; a euueii roar oi tin
i explosion ini'is io mo norror oi um sceini
I nnil i in. i mil. of r,,m., l,n,ii.,..t u-.iiiu
and timbers, ai'id thu frnnllo lean of lb..,,...
- 1 tlm "ir to buret into u deluge
uinpii.Kuii i.iiiir.uie' Kin niorn. nnd no.
seeuu in uury lorreni on somo near object
of vengeance, make up u econo of tumult,
USIOLAHON AND AWFUI. MAONinOKNOK
that no words can describe. Thon word
coimn thut tho court-housg h lu fltmoi
'o , irc,1.,0nt and th0 Hhcrmnnnro
gone-ami when you lift up vour oyes,
ook Which way you w, lt g cVMcnt thn
the Are fiends nro holding high carnival,
and that no earthly power CfliTnrrcst them.
"(; ui mo now llonoro bulki
ng, ono of tho most mngnlllcont business
li. a oi in i tho tontlnont, nnd of tho new
hotel on tho oppoiito corner, was tcrrlblo
In in grandeur. Tho now Jlnnsnrd roof,
not yet completed, on the llonoro building
im sooner caught n tpnrk than it burst
form likon suppressed fountnln, nnd the
liro leaped high into tho air with nu
exultation of fury that seemed sublimely
diabolical. Then, beaten by n fresh gnlo
of wind, it rushed In u river toward tho
jio'tolllce a turbulent river wave suc
ceeding wave, dashing against stono wnlls,
beaten back for n moment in sullen defeat,
then gathering strength for n more furious
onet, nnd breaking in a sprny of flro that
rushed like nn army to scnlo tho walls and
carry tiie trch within tho ramparts.
The new hotel, whose namo I forget, al
most ready for occupancy, furnished now
matcrinl ti feed tho fury of this assault.
For n time n column of llamo roso up from
the north sido of this building from tho
ground to thereof, perhaps thirty or forty
feet in breadth, which, in its occasional
spiral curving and witli tho quickened
motion imparted by every frcsli conquest
of tire within the walls, seemed llko nn
enormous fiery serpent writhing In ngony,
nnd frantically struggling to mako n
terrible leap into the air. Hut it is usolcss
to attempt description. It was sublime
the noble nnd
DAltl.VO STIICOOLKS TO 11KAT BACK T11K
r I. AMES
nnd save tho buildings but tho wisest nnd
brnvest efforts of men were tho struggles
of Lilliputinns, and the engines seemed nb
soiutcly contcmptiblo in their fecblcnos,
even when doing their beat. A broad
river of llame, reaching miles in length,
could not bo resisted.
At 7 o'clock I took n wnlk over tho busi
ness njrtion of tho south sido. The post-
ollicc still defied tho flames. The Tribune
building stood grandly nnd stubbornly out
in ii dogged resistance that wa encour
aging. Tlio grand houao of Field, Loiter
iV uo. whs still bidding dcllnnco to the
flames, lt looked ns if in this quarter the
fiery foe was nboul to bo conquered, nnd
wo returned to -Mr. Honore's weary and
sleepy, and ventured to lio down for a nnp,
assured Hint tho danger in tins direction
was over. "Wo wero roused in the course
of nn hour with tidings that tho house was
on fire. The wind had risen to a very
fierce gale, and was sweeping along thu
avenue northward with great fury. Wo
bad just time to
SNATCH UP COAT AND SATCHEL
and descend from tho third story to make
our escapo over tho piles of burning car
pets nnd blazing furniture before tholiouo
was surrendered to the flames. Then wo
saw that the portion of tho city which we
had regarded as saved was doomed. A
far along n tho .Michigan Avenuo Hotel it
was evident that tho lino residences must
go, and somo of the churches on "Wabash
iitenue nnd tho l'ulmcr House xvoro al-
roady in llames. Making our way through
the clouds of dust and throngs of frantic
people, we reached a quieter region in the
southern portion of the city.
TIIE FLAMES.
THK GOVKRNOK AND LP.GISLA-
TUItKTO THE 11KSCUK.
THK GOOD THAT MAY COMK
OUT OP THK MISFORTUNE.
SrTr. or ItLisun, i
Kxticmt I)crU'Mt.vT,j
John 31. Palmer, Governor of Illinois, To
all wiom ticne prttcnta shall conic
itrcetinij.
Whereas, in my 'judgement tho great
calauii'.y that hss overtaken Chicago, tho
largest city ot tlio state, that has deprived
thuiisaiids'of our citizens of homes and
rendering them destituto: that has de
stroyed many millions in value of prop
erty'and thereby disturbing thu b inesstf
the people and deranging iho finances of
tiie state, vud interrupting the execution of
thu laws, is and constitutes " nn extraordi
nary occasion within tho true intent
nnd meaning of tlio 8th section of the Ctii
artielo of tho constitution :
Now, therefore, I, John 31, Pnlmor,
governor of tho state of Illinois, do by this,
mv proclamation, convene nnd invito tho
two houses of the general assembly in ses
sion in the city f .Springfield, on Friday,
tht Ihirtrcnlt day or the month of Uclobcr,
in (he year of our Lord eighteen hundred
and scventy-onc, at 1- o'clock noon of said
day, to tako into consideration tlio follow
ing subjects :
1st. To nppropnato such sum or sums of
money, or adopt such other legsativo
measures ns muy bo thought judicious,
neccfsary or proper, for the relief of the
people ol tlio city ol Uhicago.
id. io make provision bv amending the
revenue laws or otherwise for the proper
and ju-t us-e-sment nnd collection of taxes
within tho city ot Chicago.
Jd. lo enact such other laws and to
adopt such other measures as may bo nec
essary for tho relief of tlio city ol' Chicago
and tho people of said city, nnd provide
for tlio government thereof, nnd lor tho
execution and enforcement of tho laws of
the state.
1th To ir.ako appropriations for the ex
penses of the general assembly, nnd such
other appropriation ns may be necessary
to carry on tnc suite government.
in testimony whereof I have here
unto set my hand and caused thu
siK.w. great seal of stale to bo nlllxed.
Done at thu city ofSpringfleld, this
lentil day ofOctober, A. I). Ib71.
John 31. 1'ai.mkk.
Ily tho governor:
KnwAHU It cm mi: I., Secretary ol. State.
iSy It is said of the Count of Paris thut
'his favorite occupation is smoking strong
cigars," nnd that "lie has no powers ns a
convcisitionalist, it being difUcult for
strangers to get more than Yes and
out of him." Ho should come to tho Unitod
.Stales. Wo mako Presidents of such
men.
tfiy Tlio Hoston 1'ost publishes nn olul
orate article on the political out-look for
lBV'J, and favors tho nomination of Han
cock and Oratz llrowu.
Bfiy Colorado Territory lias ten nowsnn
pors and one hundred nnd fifty pontolllces,
in a lew years eho will be n nourishing
ay A I'riisslaii shell was recently re
covered from thu .Seine, in I'nrU, which
was found to contoln 'JOo in gold coin.
Car" Horace Greeley a daughter. Ida. Ii
said lo bo one of tho most finished mathe
maticians in tho t: lilted Mates,
HAIUIKItS.
J. GKO..STKINIIOUSK,
FASJIJONARLE BARBER,
Cot'. Kili.sl. mill Coiiinierciiil.iiv.
WO'Hharp ltazorn.
Vd'CIean T'oweln and
-Hklllfull Werlincn
Ctir-IiVllllOH1 Btld rillilriti'H liulr nil nn,l uliftm
imoed, dither ul Iho bhop or at Iheir n homes
w iionueinen'rwhlikers and hair dyed lu
ccntlflo nmuiier. eatnlactlon smtuntf ed.
i'amii.y ntoi i:uir..s.
LOUIS J 0 11 0 K N S K N,
lienler In nil kinds of
STAFLF. AM) FANCY
G-BOOBRIES.
I'lii'iitcr'N Vnrtt mill ;s(nl)llnir
WITHOUT CIIAfidi:.
Cor, Washington-av and Twciitieth-st.,
CAII10, ILLINOIS
jy27dif
r. r.inKrn. n, r. miki
I'AHKKK k ULAKE,
ITAtrilS IK
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
I'm ly, Itcnzliip, CinNollne,
WINDOW S1IADKS,
And the celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL.
liitossj' nni.DiNn, con. 11tii-st. a com-mkhciai.-av.,
Cairo, Illinois.
aimCCif
COAL.
CAIRO CITY COAL
11 preparcJ to iipily cuitouicr with tho best
quality o.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
OUDKIW left at Ilnlhday Ilro.i. ottWf, 70 OHIO
I.UVKK, or nt tho Coal Yard llow the St.
Cnarloi Hotel, vf ill receive iirompt allcntlnn.
TUB TUli " MO.NTAUK h 111 l"ioc coal nloni
side s-teamers: at any hour. ociUti
U'llOI.KSAI.f: ItOCKItM.
11. SMYTH & CO.,
j "WHOLKSALK GltOCKHS,
OHIO I. E V K K
" A I It O . I 1. 1. I . IMS.'
A!o, kfep conMantly on hand a inot com
plete stock of
SCOTCII A.VI) HUSH WHISKIKS
-0 I N S,
Port, Mnderia, Sherry and Catnwba AVincs
r SMYTH A- CO. sell cjcliKltely for cal.,to
t, liich fft'-t they invito the e-peeul alt;n.
lion of cloie l.aram huyers.
Special attention yrfii to Filling Orders.
IBLISI
m
Till: ONLY RKLIAIILK (1 1 FT KNTKttl'KISE IK
THK col NTKY '
$60,000
IN V ALU A UL K G I FTS
To be distntu'ed In
Xj. ID. SIKE'S
1'Jnd IleuLr Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE,
To he (Iran n Monday, Nor. 27, U7I.
Two (rami 4'upllitls of tt.l.OOU cnclilu
(ri'Ciiuui'liN.
Tvro prir.es, Jl.fiOO ; Five prlzci VJ0, Ten prize,
siisj, an in iirceni.HL'kH.
WIIOI.K NUM1IKK CAM! OIKTS, 1,000.
One Hoise and lluujty, with lilvepplated
harm"!'', wn;ih ri no
Ono line Hoseood I'l.ino, wnrlh t" l
I en Kamil) Slowing innchliie.i.eaeh worth luo "J
Ho heavy caied Gold Hunting watohe
nnd heavy Oold Chmriri, worlheoch 4W 00
Ten I.udlos' iol'i lliiiilmg wmoheK worth
cacu. i"' uu
:.ht hundred i;old und silver leur hunt.
inewaicnci im worm irom -u io
LadioM' fiohl l.eontinn CliainM. fiont'H f.old Vent
clmirn, Hilvcr-ihued castors, solid silver nnddou.
hle.j.hit fit inhii) and toaspoonN, ivory handled
dinner knit es, -ilver-phued iIIiidt forks, slUcr
vest cnuint, photourapli albums', laillen' itold
hreamplni, shiit studf and sleeve tjiittons, linger
ring", j;oid pins (nilver extension,) etc.
whole number ipfm, iiW. Tickets- limited to
tfi.ui i,
AuentH wanted to sell Ticket! to whom liberal
premiums will ho paid,
Hiculo tickets Jl ; six tickets; twelve ticket 810 i
iHftiiv-iite sji.
CircnlarH cnnhiiniui! a full list of wizen, a de-
Hcrlptton of the nnuiie-i of drawing, and other In
fsrination in reference to tho dutrihniion. will ho
sent to an) one ordennjr them. A 1 II letter must
beaddres.ed lo I II. HINC, llox SO,
orin r, Cincinnati, O,
nil west bin si, uotiimwiyr
SI'ltlNGFIKLD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTH KASTKHN It. It.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 1871, trains 11
ruu an ioiiohh i
NOItniKItN DIVISION.
TatlMS OnlNQ SOlTIItiST.
Mail. KxnrcBs
Leave Virginia CilUa.m l-.:tc p.m.
" nprii.Kiif ui u.ij ' , o.uu
" Taylor llio .lO.W ' 4:2(1
Arrive at 1'uua 11:10 in Ml "
TttINi 001.1(1 NOHTIIWE8T,
Kxnrosn Mall.
Leave 1'ann 4:0Ja,in n.Mu.m,
' Tinlorville 1:17 ' 4:20
Arrive at HprlnKlleld...iiil5 C;0U "
Leave SpsiiiKllelil : " fM "
Arrlvoal VirKinla :2S 8:13
SOUTIIlUtN DIVISION.
TKAISS IJOIM) SOVIIIttST,
Leave Kdacwood 6:30 a.tn I0:lila.m.
Flora K: 11:10
Arrive at hhavvnctitovtnUAlp tn &;J5 pan
TaAlNH UUI.1IJ MIUTIIWLST.
Leave Rhawneclon 6:IS a.iii 8:20p.m
" Flora 2:55 7:OU"
Arrive at IMkmooiI 4:50 " e:20
Tlie5:M a.m. train from Kduewood, runs only
Mondays, WoilneHilaysand Krnlaya, and S:45a.m.
train from Bliawneetuw.il on Tuesdayn, Thura.
days and baturdayH,
CoiineclH at Aslihnd with Jackaonvlllo division
of ChleaKO and Alton Itillroad, fur Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Mason City, a ml all nolnta west.
At l-priiiKtlehl. with Chicago and Alton, nnd
Toledo, Wabash nnd Western Hallroad, lor
HloomlnKton.Chlc:io,nndall points north, north
west und weiil.
Atl'.um with 1ml. and HI. Lnnln, and Illinois
Central Itallroad lor all points cant, south aud
aoiithensl.
At Kduewnod with Chicago Division Illinois
entral Hallriiad.
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mississippi Itallroad,
AtHhiiwiieetn' n, Willi ati'iimboatii lor Cinoln
tl, radue. ih, Cairo mid HI. I.oinu,
OltLANliHSUTU, Oen'lHuii'L
Juiim l'vo'iiTT,Oi:n'l l-'r't an I TnjUct A'i.
IIOTKI.S.
0RAWFO1U) HOUSK,
COllNKU SIXTII and "WALN'UT-ST.,
(Kntranco on Hlxtli-.-t.,)
V. J. Oak.., )
H.C.Cadv, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
K. II. Ludwlek, J
OAKKi. CADY A CO. I'rnnrlctori..
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
COM.MKIttlAI.-AVK.VUi:, OI'I'OSITK 1'.
CAIJIO. ILLS.
jo.ski'II ii.iri.is!, : : i : l-noi'itiKTon.
TlIK HOUSK IS NKWI.V I'aitNISHKl)
And oilers to the public first-eln necotnmoda-
llnn ul rea'nnable mien.
IIMlKKTAKKItS.
NICHOLAS FK1TH,
GENERAL UNDERTA K ER,
3
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I. cn s
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Hi i 3
a
I H t
V r
r. ViisliliiKloii-iit .anil lllli-il.,
CAII'.O ILLINOIS.
arJJim
V. G. CAUY,
PRIN'C I i'A L 1'XDERTA K ER.
SALF.S ItUOM.No. 13SIXTII STl'.K
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
I SI 31 HJIl A NT TICK I'.T.S.
IMMK1RANT TICKETS
FOIt HALF., ) For -ale I K) SALK,
I Ki r hIc 1
FOIt .SALK.J KjsHiel FOK SALK.
Fare from Livkkpooi,
Fare from LoNiiCNiiEitiir
Fare from Glasoow,
Fare from (Jukknmow.v
TO CAIUO, ;::::::: $18.20
Saltord, 3Iorri A Cu , Rents.
I N.MAN' LINE
Liverpool". New-Yoil: and rhiladdphia
Steamship Company,
INbra CONTSACT Willi ISITEB HTlirs' iHD IHIIKII
GOVRUNMErS
I'or2CrrinxIlhe Maiii.
FOR lASSAflH TICKETS
or iiiiTiira i.roauTios
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALK, Aot.
IS Hrondvwiy, New-Voik, or to
II. II o ii t ,
Vhinaton Avenue. Cairn, llliniii". i
ItKA Ii KSTA I i: AUKM'.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
am.
AUCTION Kits,
71 (HKCO.nI) KLOOI!) OHIO I.KVKK,
CAIUO, ILL1.,
JJuv and Skll Rkai. Estatk,
PAY TAXES,
FUltNISH AIJSTUACTS OF T1TLK
A t prepare Conievanee of Kinds,
IlUTCIIr.HS.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
KOEIILER & RROTJIER
Have reopened Hie
l'OI' 11,4 II SIIMT SIAICKKT,
COMMKItCIAK-AV.,
Ilcliveon A'liilli nnd Ten III Streets,
and will keep constantly on hand tne host meat
siauKi.iereii in me uairo miiraui. .ney iieiyeoui
petition, (live llicni a trial. sept2ltf
JAMES KYNASTON,
Ilulclii'r anil Icalcr In nil IiliuU I'rcsli
SI fit I,
Coaxiu .VntTHMii asii PortAit fiTiir.rT,
CAIU3. ILLINOIS.
BUYS and slaughter on y the very bent cattle,
hORiand Bhcep, and It piepared lo II I any
demaDil for frosh mean from ono pound to ten
thousand pound". tlo-'-Qll
.7AKE AVAlJ'KR,
BUTO HBB
a.vn puieii it
FRESH MEAT,
ElQUTU HritKKT, llETWT.KN Wasiiikoton
AND COMMEUCIAL AVENUKS,
Atliolninir HUteiihoiiHO A lliiniiys).
Kaip llio licit of llecf, l'ork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, Baunage, etc,, and are prepared to fc,"rt0
cimcn in inu inoitv acicpiuciv .iihujut. esivv.
1 ill it M
SIMILIA SIMlLIliUS Ct'RANTl'R
IHMII'IIHIIVH
IIOMKOJ'ATIIIO SIMiCIKICS
II
AVI' prme I, fmiii the m ,-t , n,i "
l-rr-
n le e, nn enini Me i ' :-jiniJt I
I'1.
111' -1 lit uli'l Hi
i ic. J Ik v an the iv i ii.
i'ine- in rt M .
pie lll.it in - i)m
so hat mn ii
I llli icit a lo I
edthe h'Kl.i -
alwnv n ndcr .
.No,.
1, Cure I'ei
I iii d I', p'.piihn u f in-
mnot lit inmlc in nn h,t ins
i 1 1 fn i I, , ger, . u l pn
i,lw.i) n lial They I .ve t
i n mii n'i .'io.. ft .,i ul. n I w. I
i' -i ii i,' ii
C.nia.
h.llnlnln .lion;., i
or.'t "l ' n,
2.
Uoi ins. w im fi vi r. w oi m c .lie 2.
fry lii.i'lic orteeihmxt infant' ''
lllrrlloen, i f h Idren n '. I nd ilt "l
l i'iiH'r,v, KHpui. b'lioui cola' .1
rfmlcrii-mnrbii, v-int ni
4 'hole rn. eoliN, brfn lulus
.'iir..luln. toothwlie. faceii he
C,
".
lu,
ll
12,
I.I,
"i
15,
10,
17.
IS,
l'l
20,
-I
22,
2!
lli'llllnclies, sick hetdaeli", eit.Ki .
.Vft'iHln' b, lions stomaehc 2A
N"lir"..cl,orjuiiinil periods
lilies, loo profiise periods i
'i iiiii. coiikIi, dilllct.lt hrealliinK. i
Null lllieiini, i:ryaiiela, Krui'tioii -
ltlietiiiintli.ni, rlieuin.ile pnn.s ...V.
1V er nnil Acne, chill Icier, agues M
I'lll's. blind or bleedlllK
4lilillilrin.v, and sore nr weak vjtr'M
4'iHiirch, ni'iiie or chronic, Infliienr-iii.)
W IihiiIiik-4'iikIi, vlolentcouhsi'l
Aslhinii, oppiuireit brealhln , ')
i:iif lllscliurues, niiiairid hearui '
Scriilnlii enlarged jrlands, sirclhliK' H
..eiierni iieiiiiny, pnjslcal urik
III ops.v anil scanty HV' rei on " '
!'.,,.?,',',""",H "ifKni'K from rplm
t nine) .iiiscitkc, iirnvel ..
""oils iiiiillll)', seminal mi s-
ii-.iiiiii iiiiiurr ii aci.nruea l is
rii'llic, wits cne8.ivi.il of lei
nine .ii.iiiiii. i ani.i'r. rJ
'.!... - t Ii a. .a. u ...... 1 . .
I'iiIiiIiiI I'f'i'liiiU, wjlti spasms rs
.-. k-..- . h;iiik ill II It' lis
l.lilli'ps.V ,?i.im,.-l (tus'ilanee 1 1
llllillierlii il , eraled Sl-,ri, thr at s
rA.iui.i ,il,s,
411 :i.i In no lnrui InN, niiirnccii
ir i-osi-uoiiil ense, roiiliiliilni; a
Miccllic lor eiery iiiiilliuir)' ills-I'.im-
a I it in 1 1 - l Mililct'l lo. anil
liiifil.w .ir.ii-.i.i..i.k f...... i.i.i-
iiiiit iiiiiiij nn'. i nil i iiii, ( n ri,
20 lo M vials ., ,, Jln H
Hp ii.li. lor all I'rlvnle lilsenses,
I th r.r CiirliiK and tor J'reven.
II ' Iriaiiiuril, iiit.uisandp n
' H'JIii
I'lJ.Ml M KXTIl.M T
, , , " "a-, .ooi-uiu i.e. i.irame nenrAi a
Klii-iilin.li.ln, J.oiiib.in". II it, H' of
lore H)es, llleeiimuof the Lung, X e, Mjui
aoji, or of riles. Corns, 1 1 tr.', Ui i Hi res
V, . ,n , .1,111.. S , ",.JllI'-,;i '
Ihesii remedies, ex, epl I'otnl's Kllfai l
.j in.- mm ur siitKio wis, ure sent I j any r.iri t
Ihecoiililry, by mall or npre4, iitc of Ui rue
ot. receipt ol the price. Aildnm
lll'MI'llltr.Ysril'lXIFIt
HOMnoi'ATIIlC MLDlCINi: CO.
Ulllce and Depot, No. ll llroailwav. Xe.r L
Foil SILK IIV 1'. fcCIIl'II, CAIUO, 1 .i,
aoKtVieowaw ly
SPECIAL NOTICES.
ii.Tcni:i.oK's iiaik nvi:.
P..rl. II. It,irn.l,.i.. lf.,1 . l U n,.,l 1 -il..
lltl-tll-ir,. I l.l . 'M,. .n M IL I (l.l. .
Ila r nro prciu, ei IM.Mr.U! Vrr.LY a silenl
ItlA.lr t.r h.. .l 1 L..... . .
-k n. I le His Hie llair (Tern. S-fl tn 1 lka M
fill Thuimly hafe Hid I'erfe. I Dc
Sol I n si. fiiiKirist. ha l- vl llcnlStreti.
oKKist"
ework anj'il.le iliwlv
CO.XSU.AIJ'TION.
ITS ( I KK AND ITS 1 KVKXT VK
UY DR. .1. II. SCHENCK. M. I).
Many aliurn .n lieinghatiueilaTarfirTrli"rt
drain there nas no ether reason than thoneKleri
el known uiu lnillsiuublr proven meant of cure.
1'lioe near unl de.ir to lamllj and Irlenit are
sleeplm: ttic ilrenmlets dumber Into wul'.U. luil
tiieycaiuilyml i.ted
nit. jti-i:i'ii ii. sciirAcicsMJirLi:
nt i:at.ii i:.vr, 4)
an. I iirail. 'I thempelTc i-f hu n i lcrfr'TCITlca'
11 -us rn. in me.. Ile'r w iuld re.. Iiav f.iu-n,
Dr. si lien k has m Ins own ca., prr.fcl thtt
where,, i r sunieient vlluhly renial:." t tint vital
It. Iijt I1I1 ine.llruie nml Ins Ulri"t:on fjr Itieir
lis . is iutckeneit Into hi-n tin u I vi r
In tl.'s siiiteiiient th i on t nit prc'urnp
lui'un. Tn tho luitli i f r,rj..J Is taudu n
retrw-enwiC'ii lli.u H ir-' u Ih ueand I me sua
stintlat4Hl by lltll.tf aid ."IMo wjrks. 'ih'l
the.iry of the cure Iijt I ir t-cl.ec.r-k ineillclr:-
Is a slnttle a it Is unfaiiinu Its p .flos. phr ro-
(, aires no argutueni. iiis4L-i.-asiurit2.eeiic jn-Moi-lna.
I hc-ea-eeit Tonic and Mandrafcn I'll'sareth"
tao wreatsins Hlth whir'. Uiu cJlaiiel "I tie,
lua-elr l asa.ulvl. 'in; tliir t if Iho cusi's ul
e-'tuKitnptloti uruiiiato In Urstiepila and a funs
llnnully ills r.lcruil hvi r. With this c mijiti n
thu liroiichlul tuiH's "arrapatliliu ' ilth tho
rtumacii. Tuev reimd P. thu m rtun action
ef llm liver. Here then c ine ilmculinlnatlDK
lesult, nml thu s.'tllntf In, with all Hi dlilrcss
Intyiupluuit ot
CONSIMII'TfOX.
Tlioilandrakn I'llUnrocomimseilof oneof
tare's nulilest vi'i the l'iiitiiihiilui I'elutuui.
They tN'sse4 utl the tilroi!-c:irtiilh;, nltcrHttru
protciltes of culotael, but, unlike calomel, they
"I.KAVi: NO rTI.MJ IIGI1INO."
Tho work of earn I now boslnnlnc The villa
ted ami iiiucninilc-islti In Iho IhjwcIi anil In lliu
alimentary 0.11ml aro ejecteil. Tho liver, llko
a clock, U wounil up. It urouso from Us lorptl
Ity. 'Iho stun..!c!i nets ri'sjiislvelr and tho
patient tenuis to feci that ho lifetlnn', ul tail,
A SI'I'I'I.V Ol- (1001) I1I.OOD.
Tlio Pen.weed Tonic, In rnnjunetlnn with tlm
Pills, tsTineates ami assimilates with the foot.
Mi lille-illon 14 now pniKressUn: without Its pre
v loin tortures. Ilifeull -n bccoines patnloa.ainl
the cure Is seen to t at hand. Them Is no uon,
U.itulence, ii" exacerbation of tliu itoiLuth. All
upiietltu sets In. ..,.
.Sow comes tlio trrcatetniooil Purltler ever yet
Clveri liran liidiiluent fullier t sunerlnu man.
frhenek's l'lilmonlo hyruticomes In to perioral
Its fuaetloiis ami to hasten mid completo tho
cure. It enters at oneo upon Its work. .N.itnro
cm not bu theatcd. It collects and ripens tlio
Impaired and diseased IirtlonJ of tho lunK'.
In tho form of calUerlnKs.ll prepares them for
ciiicaoratloii, anil lo! In a very short tlmo tlm
inulaily Is vanquished, tho rotten throne that It
ecciuued Is reiiovnteil and iiiailn new, and tho
Isillent.ln all thoUIKiiltv id renamed vnror.ttep
lurlli to enjoy thu luaiihood or wuiuanuuud that
ViUS
civr.N ri ah i.ost.
Tlio second thins Is. Iho patients mut stay In a
warm room i ntll Ihey net well i It Is almost Im
isiisihlo tn provent lakliu iuld when thu luns
uro diseased, but It must bo prevented or u euro
can not bo effected. I'rcsli air anil ridlnit out,
csiiecially In llils section of thn country, In tho
fall and winter season, uro ull wrong 1 lijil
clans who recommend thatcoursu lorn their pa
tients, if their iuniis uro badly diseased! und yet,
beciuso they urn In tho house they must net
sit down quiet s they must wnlk about tho room
us much and as fust as tho strenuth will bear, to
K lip a Kiiod circulation of blood. Tho iiallcnts
tiiust k.-i'ii III Rood s plrlts-bu rte termliied to net
well. Tills haul (treat ileal to du with tho appe
tite, and l tho mat imlnttoiraln.
To despair of euro alter such evidence or in
illilllty In llio worst cases, and moral cet
iaiiity In all others, Is sinful. Dr i-clienck a per
nnulstuteincnt to tlio l aeulty of his own euro
was In thesu modest words i
" Many icars bko 1 was In Iho last statics or
consumption! conllneil to my bed. and at ono
liuio iny physicians thought that 1 could riot live
a week? then, llko a ilrownlnir man catrhlnit at
straws. 1 heard of and obtained thu proration'
whhh I now offer to the public, and they uuilo
a perfect euro of mo. It seemed to mo that I
could leel them penetrate my wholo system.
They soon rlpene.l Uiu natter In my lunw. and
1 w.iuld spit up innru than n pint of ''ffensHO
yellow matter every inornlnK for ii .Ioiik ' ,
"As soon a that beaan tn uhs dp. my coiiiiii,
feveV! pa and "lul.t we,ita all bef an to leave
ue. und my uppctltu became 'lf cat ''
wlthdlttlciilty that I could keep Iron en .ttna too
much. I WHin calneil my ttrcnKtb, uud huvo
T.V!iiBSra after mr recovery."
ndded tho Doctor. . ihei? lookhiB llko a mero
imuiidsi
Iwi'lltTdP
iweiiij'ii.tM i"'..-. :,-,;' -
Jn)cd uninterrupted lieu th." .
K'J1 M ,s,l l.i. nrofcsslonal
visits to New. Vork and Hoston. Ho or Ills son,
Dr. J. 11. Kchenrk. Jr., Htlll conl nuo tn '0 pa
tient ut thulrolllco, Nu. IS fjorth hlith rt el.
1-hll.idelphia, every Saturday from 0A.S.WJ l.M.
Those who wis i a thorouuli exiiinlnatlnn wita
tho llesplruineter will bo churned , , 'II o Ilea
plromuter declares thu exact cond U';',V,J.
limits, und pullenta can readily Icurn wliciuer
tl4:heUl?ec"r.f7l-H,taklnlr the medicine, are
rest, uxcepthiit thut lu aoiiiii cases IhoMundrako
II I J aro to bo taken ill Increased doses! thu
tl rco medicines need no other uecompanlmenta
than th" uniplo liistruetlons that accompany
ioiiii Klrat cream uppetlto., of reW"'"''
health, huiiKcr Is Iho most welcome ayniptom.
When it comes, as It will comn, let tho despair
lua at oneu bo ut Kood cheer. Hood blood at once
liTlows, lliocouith loosens, thu nltfht sweat Is
abated. Ill a short tlmo both ol theso morbid
symptoms are k'ono forever. ,, ,,,
lir. l-clienck'a nimllclnes aro constantly kept In
tens of thousand s of families. As u luxallvo or
puwatlvu, tho .Mandrake l'lllsiirnaatandard pro
pamtlon i whiio tho l'lilmonlo Hyrun as a euro
of couahs un. I colds, may bu rfKurdud as a pro.
nliylacterlo against consumptloii In uny of lu
"I'ricb of tho Pulmonln Syrup and Poa-wedl
Tonic, I.Wa liutllo.nrtTJOii -half dojnn. Man.
drako I'tlls, 2.1 oeiila u box, I' or aalu by ull druij.
sists and dealera.
I'll VS1CIAN.S'
AVILLIAM R. SMITH, M. I).
ni'.SIDi:.NGK-No. 21 Thirteenth street, ho.
11 tween Wnihinjjion avenue ami Walnut strait.
uihco 12 1 Oominiimial avenue, up stairs.
C. W. DUNNING, M.D.
TFSIDKN(li:-cnrncrNinth aud Walnut ah,
JAiWico corner blxlh atrcel mid Ohio levee,
Olli:c hcurs-I'tcm k.iii. to 12 mi, nuU n p.m

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