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LOUIS JOROENHEN.
Dealer In all kind' '
STAPLE AA'C FANCY
O-BOOBBIES
IViriiirrVi Tnril nml Mnlitiitp
WITHOUT CIJAllOn.
Cor. W.i1iington-nv nml Twcuticili"1'-
CAI (in, IM.INfil
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PARK Kit .t W.AKK.
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WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
IMIiy. Ilriwlnr. nniolllir,
WINDOW G-XjJSS.
WINDOW SI1ADF.S
At.d il.o eeli-brated ilIuminMing
AURORA OIL.
IinOiS UU1LD1S0, COU. llTH-ST. A COM-MF.nCIAI.-AV.,
CaIUO, I..MNOI..
agg-Mf
(III.
CAI RO CITY COAL
W pre putr l ta rilT enitomer with th" belt
qnalitr o.
PITTSBL'fiG AXD ILLINOIS
ORPFR left t HallrJay I!ro. office, TO OHIO
LEVEK. or at the ( o rnl below the i-l
Ctiirl-- H"'el, -nil receive prompt attention,
I HE TC-i " MONTAt'K will i--.tigco.il atonit
v tmer. it -pv hour. ortVf
HOOTS AXI SIIIIKS.
WILLIAM EHLERS,
Fih.iciMe
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
TWENTIETH STREET,
twi W,ib;iii Ate-a-ir iad Poplar Street,
CAIRO, ILL.
B tl vti.i t0 iiHr.
FSf Wrrfcm.e Km (Jot
;ti';tKi3 Warraa-M.
P4.rot.12e ,) tj.
CITY SHOE sTORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
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"SHOiASICI'S"
Cf.TOM-MADK
15 0 0 T S A X D S II 0 K .S
omnirrcUl Airline-, Curnrr I t'.lghtli
Mrifl,
Cairo. iLM.voir.
rir.Tll.TLW. ATTENTION PAID TO ALL 011
IEK FOR llOOI'-Kf KTh AMI "HiH.
THE BULLETIN".
T r tat Dailv IU-iimi-. :
SuhtcnpUon.)
1 ' , week, by cirrier 2-5
' "ie rr by c.rner, in advance to w
o i.oMh by i.iml .. TS
Tu rronthi 12 2i
t inkaUit....... I 25
.ear fc w
' tftnifitfitrol A'aaitr twin fry and of thinly o)
Ouroj O only vvjrnin; in frAtttmrn lUtniAt ;
ici'k-nvnU rwin.il; iwii, but fcwitu ; out
on nit tu'ijteti oj inltrnt Ui the jiu'Aic .
ntkainrtt and iri&rtaumj circulation, IU HMt
UntAei!itUjitronn.itot intcliigtnt renlr$ umi
uttrpntin huHt4 mtn.
THE DOLLAH WEEKLY llUf.LEriN.
J!ia 11. Oberly Co. nate reduced the iib-"-ription
prioi nf th Vwklj Cairo llullt-ti t
On MliTji'ruinm. miltlns t the rhapft u
p'riHiWI.hta in outhern lllinol.
"TATF. TICKET
!llircnUliv inCixrei for tlio "tnto-ai.
i-arge,
S. S. HAYES.
DEMOCHATIC mi'STY TICKET.
For TrAurfr iin 1 Colic nor,
WILLIAM MARTIN.
Fur Surtcyor,
.10 UN P. IIELY.
cv.ui.H4 is to ueuver a Hpeecti in
i? . , i. .
Cincinnati, on " Civil Service Reform,"
to-raonow evening.
At a bkce.vt mf.etiso of the -Re
'union and Reform Association " of
Nashville, Tenn., Hon. A.?. Colyar.an
ex-Confederatecongrcssman. and hither
to an active democrat, took grounds
against the nomination of a democratic
candidate for president next year.
Yesterday moknino, the .first time
niuee the fire, our Chicago exchanges
maue their appcarauce among our
morning man. yv were i d t
them and greeted the,,, , L r. ,
Tlinv nrf Tin! tmW . ,
as oi om aim nave m, t(J u great
wui, mo cosmopoiiusm wilich foni)erj
lltallimnlaliAfl llil.ii lioft . . .
unuuguiautu Hill, uui me original cn
nri'V IK all tlir-rn nml uimiu.i i r.
r-.;i nej0,fc
lnattv WeVil In urn tViiirn tn.a..n.. .t .
j , , ....... .-cUuiu HHjiy
original proportions and characteristics
Theoi.ohf.Tu.ton, of The Goldn,
Age hi reply to an editor who called
miu u rjmuuaiisi, su ; y en, so
i l).AMi1nni 1 .M.nnl.. mti i.i ,
Biuwui j.iiivuui, ii suouiu
a 8 esinatc mo on Wi s nccouut ?
' Thnro nro more stiirliimlUli: d,....
.., n,MU
a .1 !. .. .. .1 it... . . , .
wjBiuouiBiB , mm iiiu one sect nas just
u inuciirignt to lis opinions as
I -.1 T..i il. ...,il. .- il....l.t
uiuur. mu iruu n, unimiuiouKii
n.to ooii liia ii V imiiu'ls of so
'o.illtd j-pirit-im nfu'lati'oiK", 1 have
in Niliffiictory . iry on (lie subject;
'nml 1 know U r spiritual
' Uui in wriu wii nut. onty concern-
imif or even to boar tlio honorable
' name of moiiibewhlji in its fraternity."
Tin: UEl'iioACH of tl Sc f V
tbwr'i'tl Atlvcrti'frr i.i.it it a
lack of enterprise in tho Chicago news-
p.ll.i'l' IIICll lliai luuur ucum; ui mi. iiiv
weie not jont abroail over the country
on Momlay, appears to u to be not
well founded. The Aihcrthcr say? il
half of New York hail burned down,
in the unburncd half, prcjjcs would
liavo been put up, extras issued, etc.
Very likelv. Rut if every printing
eMablii-htncnt in Gotham had been
burned, as they were in Chicago, what
then? The newspaper publisher of
Chicago had nbolutoly no facilities to
fall bark upon, and tho wonder is that
ihey are eve i now issuing small editions
of their daily papers.
AV II AT DID IT AVA IL?
Those journals of the democratic
party which profess to be so thoroughly
imbued with the spirit of genuine
democracy they cannot tolerate any
person who asserts that the constitution
as it was" docs net now operate as it
did, point to the result of the late elec
tions in California, Ohio and Pennsyl
vania, and ask : " What did the 1 new !
' departure ' avail the democratic
'party; ot much, we admit; but
why? The Bourbons of the demo
cratic party have for years ruled in its
council chambers. They have, ever
since the anti-war departure of the
" non-eoercionists " in 1803, dictated
the policy of the democracy, ami the
more reasonable members of the party
have submitted, not because they loved
these impracticable fellows more, but
because they loved the radicals les;
During the Bourbonic domination, how
was it with the democratic party? Did
not one defeat follow another? And
now, the party liaving returned to its
old principles devotion to the constitu
tion as it is, and the assertion of the
duty of submission to all laws enacted
by the peoples' representatives until
declared null by the courts these
Rourbon stand back, pat the radicals
on the back, throw impediments in the
way of their party, become, in fact, the
allies of the republicans, and jhen,
gloating over defeats to which they con
tributed, a:k : ' What did your new
' departure avail you?" This is adding
insult to injurv. But no matter.
Time, at last, sets all things even, and
in time these iccorrigib.es will be com
pelled to admit the folly of their in
iquitous course. In the meantime, we
teel comturtabte la the thought that it
is better to be defeated battling for the
right for common sense principles-
than to be defeated, as we should be if
we followed along in the old rut, fight
ing for that which, if gained, would be
worre than Uielcas, and would turn,
like Dead .Sea fruit, to ashes on our
lips.
RATHER MYSTERIOUS.
We have received assurances of the
mo.it reliable description, from gentle
men who know whereof they speak,
that the Cairo and Viueciitics and Cairo
ml St. Loum railroads will be now
carried forward to completion in tho
ihorteit possible time. The money for
both roads has been procured, and all
-hat now htands in the way is the possi
ble hostility of people along the lines
nl the proposed roatU. That all diffi
culties will "lie removed out of the way
of the C. it V. road we havo no doubt,
because among the influential men of
Cairo there seems to bo unity of action
in its behalf an unanimous desire for
its speedy completion ; and that the
impediments being thrown in the way
of tho C St. L. road will amount to
i very great deal we do not believe.
While this is true, it is also a fuct very
i-tonighinz that certain gentlemen.
a ho should be the most earnest friends
of this road, and all other Cairo roads
ire endeavoring to throw cold water on
the project. They go about tho city
crumbling like bears with sore heads
these men who were the loudest in de
iiounciug Judge Bro.-s bucauso ho even
hesitated to agree to issue the bonds of
the county in aid of this and tho Vin
cennes road.
What a change has come
over the spirit of their dream ! Now
Judge Rross. satisfied that tho
esthoftho county havo been all care
lully guarded.-satisficd, too, that tho
interests ol the city will be advanced
; , - v u,a..i
b.-V ,1,C ,,U,ldl" ,,f on
thusinstic advocatoof it, the encournger
of its builders, aud in all things loyal
to tue determination at which ho arrived
with bo much hesitancy because ho was
anxious to yuard tho interests of tho
county, while wonderful change!
urne oi tlio very men who joined in
ussauit ou the countv court, who
rd out the loudest against Judge
1r0B, we n.JW rearful tlmt'tJ ,
WOS "u"1 "u are denuuiiuihif tho enn
...! i . . . "a ' will-
yoii uiiiuiuu into between tho C'tiro
and fat. Louis railroad company aud
Alcsar Hmilmiil !, ,... , .
i -jruii aim others
I .... . ...
as "a iraud and a swindle." Somo 0f
tho the men who talk thus aro reneatimr
T. I 1M .. .. ..' O
i use parrots, wuat tuey arc told to cry
THE OATKO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1871.
but what is the secret motlvo of this
mysterious nttack--from what ambush
doc? it come, and who arc .a the am
bush ? That is the question. If there
are citizens who know that tho contract
to build tho Cairo and St. Louis rail-oad
will rob tho county or injure Cairo, why
don't they boldiy and publicly point
out tho defects (he rotten parts ?
Why do they content themselves by
hinting at defects and by indulging in
dark insinuations? Wo pause for a
reply.
NARROW GAUGE RAILROADS-
(CorroponJeiiceOmclnimtl Coinmorcln'.l
Df.xvkr. September 2fl, 1871.
" Part your linirin tho middle, and keep
your cijrnr straight," whs the advice ot a
friond, tho othcrdny, when Unformed him
)i my intention to lake n trip over tne
narrow unuso rniironu, winen nexitoirri-
ntion, is tho net institution of nil Colora
do.. Through the courtcsj of Superin
tendent Hurst, n special train was placed
it the (lip3iil of a party of newspaper
mt'n and other for a run of ten mile nnd
return, to inspect tbo practical workings
of tho Denver nnd Rio Grando Xnrrow
Gauge Rnllwny.
ftinnuing ucsiiio mo train ot mc Denver
Pncifle, our trait, had a decidedly dwarfish
tippL-aruncc. I lie ties wero little, tho tracn
was little, tno engine was nttio, mo cars
were little; nnd in nccordntico with tho
eternal fitness ol things, tho stntlon nt
winch wo stoped was l.iuieioa.
THF. R0AD-11ED
has a width of eight feet: ties six and n
mlf feat. Tho cunce, ns U well known, is
three feet. The rails nro twenty-four feet
in length, nnd weigh thirty pounds to the
yard. ' Those on the ordinary gungo roads
weichinir fiflv-iix pounds. In trnck-lnylnc
ihroc men hnndlo these rnll easily.
TIIF. F.N'OINF.8.
Freight engines have thirty-six-inch
drive wheels, six wheels coupled, and one
pair of small lead wheels; cylinders nine
hy sixteen inchc, and weight, with tender,
fifteen tons. 1'nisenger engines have forty
two inch drive wheels, four wheels
viupled, one pair of small lead wheel', and
wvlcb, with tender, thirteen ton?. The
tender has four wheels.
CARS.
Pacngercar hnve sight 2t-inch wheels.
Length over platform, 40 feet; inside, 35
feel; outside width, 7 feet; inside, 6 feet.
iMj-ht, Inside to center of dome, 7 J feet;
al -ve mil to floor to beam, 27 Inches ;
above rail to top of dome, 10 feet 2 inches.
These cars havo seats lor imrty-nve pas
tengcrs, the ordinary width tent for two
persons on one side, nnd n inglo seat, lust
wide enough for one person, on the other.
A partition divide! the car in the middle,
and to keep the balance, the position of the
single and double scats in one apartment
is the reverse of that in the other.
These car nrc handsomely finished, and
upholstered in the best style. They nro
roomy nnd well ventiUtcd, and as com
fortable a anv car could be. The motion
is easv no iumpine the track, no hump
ing or rocking more than one experiences
on any new roao. in lact, mis roau is
mootber than nny new road 1 CTcr saw.
J UKICUT CARS
weieh about four thousand pounds, nnd
haven capacitv of ten thousand pounds;
have four wheel- and are of two sizes,
twelve and sixteen fc.-t in length, respect
ively; width, out'ide, seven feet; inside,
six "and one-half feet; heisiht, six f-ct;
doors on end of side. Platform ears of
same length nnd width ns the box enrs.
CO-.T OF CONSTRUCTION.
The thirty-seven miles of the road now
completed eoet eleven thousand dollars per
mile, or with equipments twelve thousand.
live hundred dullars.
IS TUT. KOAIJ A SUCCKs"'
A fair answer to this ouotiun can
hnrdlv bo riven from a sovero te-t of its
practical workings, but so far as tried, yes.
The firft rail was laid not six weeks
ince and the cars am running but thirty-
seven milw, so that neither distance nor
time are sutllclcnt on which to determine
its entire success. iovcnty-flvo miles aro
graded, ready for the iron, and the road is
being rapidfy pushed to its destination.
El Paso, New Mexico, eight hundred und
evntv-livo mile distance, tso timt but a
few months will elapse before n thorough
trial of the narrow gauge road will be ef
fected. HI'CEIl.
From actual trial it has been ascertained
thnt a speed of twenty-five miles per hour is
easily attatnublo, and greater if nocessary,
with entire safety. Our excursion train ran
at a speed of nbout twenty-flvo miles per
hour, and with as much comfort to passen
gers as on tho ordinary gaugo ronds.
We run up and jown inosieepcngraues
with the greatest euseon our twenty milo
trip.
X COMPARISON
of train weights, Jcc, hns been mudo be
tween n train on mu iiirec-ieoi gaugo unu
one on the old gaugo of four feet nnd
eight nnd n half inches. An ordinary
local train on the rentmyivaina central n
taken to represent tho "old gauge. This
comparison is believed to he accurate, and
Is valuable ns showing tno inherence be
tween the two systems.
(jIU'lNAKVfllt'Ur.
Ton.
Four pii-cnKfr cnr, ''ncli i-fatlnn llfiy-lhrco
iiMipnuni, ami cituh car weighing twenty
tun- Si
One litKK'KO car '
uue frgini' nml tui-r iiy
Total Ham wi'lght UC'
Thin train -eati 5(12 puKM'nKrr.
NAMiirm uAliie
tu t-atrj tliu Bine number of MriiKrs-
Ton.
du mniKcrir, csoh sealing thirtj-llvn
on....
Out huPL'HCe our
One limine mill lender !!..
Tolal train we ght
Weight on iliuern Ordinuiy gnnje,
tuns . imrrow gauge, t. n tons.
.... "2
twenty
Giving tho narrow gunge one-half the
power of the other, so that having less than
i nlfthu train weight thu small cngino can
draw its lonil where tho larger one can
draw its load.
FRKIOHT TRAINS.
Load on level, exclusive of emrlnn nnd
tender Ordinary guage, 1140 tons; narrow
gunge, 722 tons.
Ordinary guage, with proportionate
weight of enrs to frelcht, 1 to 14: weiiiht
of curs, 720 tons; woight of freight, 720
tons,
Narrow euaee, with lironortionato
weight of cats to freight, lto'Ji; weight
of cars, 200 tons; weight of frolght, 010
tons, giving tho smaller ongino two-thirds
of tho paying mutter drawn by tho lnrgcr.
The above estimates of train weights are
unuiually heavy, being based on tho sup
position that tho enrs aro full. As trains
seldom carry their full capacity, udvuntneo
is em mien iui inu sunnier ears in me small
est proportion of dead weight enrried.
Biatistlcs show that tho projiortion of
uean iu paying woigui on ordinary gaugo
i lour to one. un tins basis wo havo with
n load of 1,110 tons: Weight of cars.
1.K.2 tons; weight of freight, 228 tons.
faking tliu same basis lor narrow gaugo
and wo have with a load of 722 tons :
eight of eats, 144 tons; weight of freight,
278; giving the latter wlthtii tun tons of
tbo paying mutter hauled by nn engine
Ul IWIUU ll!U)'UVUlt
T in great saving of cost In bullW inn.
chine-shops, round-houses, labor, as well
ns tho Ils;itnes of tho material used In
,.ulldlng,itc., will nt once suggest Itself to
V.10 T!Ulor' Tl, oxtensioi, of tho Kansas
nl i r?m D-'""r to Cheyctino wa
built by tho tamo engineer ns tho Denver
and Ilio Grande, nnd throng n n countrv
very slmll r.
, Denver Pacific used n mil wrig' -ing
hfty-slx pound per yard, and tho Dei
v-r and Rio Grand u rnll thirty pounds pi
yaid. I ho cost por mile, with equipments,
was ns follows: Denver Pacific, S23.500;
Denver nnd Rio Grande, 512,500.
CONCLUSION.
From n careful observation of tho work
ings of thn Denver nnd Rio Grande- ns far
ns comploted, and from what I can get
front tho best railroad men in tho 'West, I
nm fully convinced thnt tho narrow gnguo
railroads will prove un entire succcs, not
only ns feeders to main lines, but as main
lines themselves.
According to thobost authorities gradua
tion by this systom can bo reduced ttilrtv
per cent, In smooth countries, to say notlf
ing of constructing such roads where the
broader gaitgo would be impracticable, if
not impo'siblc. A. W. I.
THE MEDI.ICoTT TllAUKDY.
A despnteh to St. Louis on tho loth
says: "In tho Mcdlicolt poisoning case
nt Garnett, Knnsns, yesterday, n burglar,
named Johnson, who wns confined in the
snme cell with Mcdllcott, in tho Lnwrcncr
jail, testified that Medlicott tnlkcd In his
sleep, cnlling on Ruth and hiwifoto 11.
quiet; thit Medlicott confessed his guilt
to him, and when he (Johnson) was' re
leased on bail, employed him to procure
burglar's tools with which to elleet his
escapo; that he carried letters from Mcdll
cott to .Mrs. Ruth, und that Mcdllcott told
him Mrs. Ruth was concerned in her bus
bund's death, nnd if sho did not keep trur
to him he would confess all and hang her.
Thi" testimony created a profound sensa
tion, nnd Medlicott exhibited much anxie
ty. "
PESHTIGoi
A CORRESPONDENT f ACCOUNT OF THE
WISCONSIN HORROR.
Mennsha, Wis., Letter to the Cleveland Leader.
1 have just returned from what was
once IVslitigo whither I went yesterday,
thnt I might be able to give to tho readers
of the Herald n correct account of tin
destruction cf that place. The village wa?
situnted on Peshtigo river, seven miles
from Green Unv. It was n nice little lowi.
of about two thousand inhabitants, quitt
regularly laid out, had flue hotels, stores,
churches, schools, eet., besides the largt
factors- owned by tho Peshtigo Manufactu
ring Company, "it sash, door and blind
faetory and foundry also owned by the
same company, who owned nearly "ever v.
building in the town. The facto'ry was
devoteu to tho manufucturo of pails) tub.
broom-handles, etc., nnd gnvo employment
to about seven hundred hands in tbe diil'er
cnt branches.
Tho town is nearly surrounded by lint
forests, the suburban portions bslng built
"among tho pines. " The inhabitants have
for tho past ten dnys been lighting fire in
the woods, trying to save tho town, nna
hnd settled down into it feeling of compara
tive security since the woods on all sides
had been more or less burned over.
On Sunday night tbey were nwkened
from this feeling of security hy it noie
like di-tnni thunder, which" incereased in
volum until the crash of falling trees nnd
tho roar of the wind and fire could be
plninly heard. Soon ttfter a tornado burst
upon tho town, unrooting n number ot
buildings, nnd ouickly followed by a solid
sheet ol flame, extending the wholu length
of the village and fur bevond each way
In an instant tho whole exposed side of
the place was in flames. -Men, women and
children rushed into the street, aud, stir
rounded oy tire on nil sides, were soon
either smothered or burned to death. In
tho less exposed portions the people fled to
the river, nnd, lumping in, many were
drowned. Some saved their lives by keep
ing theit bodies under water and "uncu u
n while putting their head tinder a tin
heat bec-amo insutlernble Others took
refuge in wells and ci-ternsnnd wore paved
Qnilu a large portion of tho inhabitants rati
to a field to tho leeward of the fire, and by
lying on the ground wero saved, nlthoug ".
some of these were badly burned, there
is but one house left standing, and this is
isolated and lately built of green lumber
As near as can ut present bo ascertained
two hundred lives were lost, mostly wo
men aud children. Although it good
ninny men perished, there nro sevcnty-llvu
who" are badly burned, many of whom
will die, nnd nearly all aro more or less
burned. The destruction has been -o com
plete that tho streets cannot bo traced, nil
being covered with sund which was swept
in great clouds by tho tornado, In some
instances bodies have been found ctmplctly
covered by sand.
As soon ns tho fire had sufficiently sub
sided all that wero able went to tho relief
of the sufferers. Rlackcned charred corpses
wero lying in every direction, with tneir
clothing, as a general thing, nenrly or
quite burned off. Mnny dead bodies were
found in the river und many moro have
been recovered. A number have died
from their bruise?, while others nro crip
pled or fearfully disfigured.
The most imaginative mii.d cannot be
gin to realize this fearful calamity, much
loss my poor pen to describe it. The
shrieks and groans of tbo dying and ol
those who had lost near und 'dear friends;
tlio gustly itspet ot the blueoned corpses;
tho shocking nppearnnco of many who,
badly burned and almost destitute ot
clothing, running tbey knew not where,
others m tho la-t agonies of drath, made a
picture too horrid tor contemplation.
Tho sufferers huvo nil been taken to Gretn
Hay and other towns, where tbey will bo
kindly cured for, us hospitality i one of
thu marked Units of the West.
The loss to tho Peshtigo Company, who
owned tho factories nnd most of tlio town,
beside largo pinu land-, is estimated at
three million dollars, besides tho loss ol
their extensive warehouses in Chicago.
Metinekuunce, u town of seven or eight
hundred inhabitants, is all destroyed bin
throe houses. Fortunately no lives woro
lost here.
Murinctte is ulso nearly all destroyed.
llusiness in this section is partially sus
pended, All tho aw-mills at Osiikosh,
V'on du I.ncn und othor neighboring towns
are stopped by an order of the authorities.
MISCELLANEOUS-
Of tho four political parties in Mnssa
chusotts tho Labor Reformers nlorio linart
ily indorso tho Female StiU'rugo move
ment.
1 lie woman-womon of Iowa havo
wisely determined to expel from their suf
frage ussoclntlon nny person known to en
tortuin lax views of tho marriage relation.
Tho World predicts that Chicago,
which was forty years In building, will
uu reeousn iitivu in inreo years, it fo the
miracle of her second birth will bo far
more marvelous than thnt of her first.
It was not until 1801 thnt Jows woro
allowed to enter Ru'iu without special
permission from thu government. Now
they enn sottlo where tboy pleiiso In the
empire. This indieato tho progress of re
1 gious emancipation in Europe'
Tho Hearth and Homo suvs : "Thu or
acles of tho humano soul speak in favor of
tho purity nnd perpututity of inariiiige.
Men mny forsake the oracles und live liko
brutes. Men may foisaliu the oracles ami
build socialisms ot their own fancies. It
is all thu worso for them. Hut tin, In.tUn.
tlonis, tho lovoa, tho moral impulses of tho
moo nro on th1) ldu of marriiigo."
YE GAMROLIER.
It! JO 11.1 HAT.
Willi Kings nd()uFr!i us well its 1 uve,
Vi (laiiibiilier oo'li Deal,
He lives on Stake, bittdotn not
Aught Tor ye public wval.
Pull oft e rnerrlo Oamboller
In )o gay nf'iro in neen
Ye i-poriive ciln dotli lovo In phiy
And gambol jti M) linen.
He fiin ilolh cm. lie lovo jeC'tlp",
When he tu lull- iluth go,
Xv liout.lc null!- m turlilm,
Ye llreali-Junii lor bin lm-.
No winds nptml yo Ontnooher,
For minis hoiiuthn t reck;
For ho Is ever one Belzc,
And trnclleih en e Deck.
Yefnin''Olienlolli er h eak
I. Ire llninlot, by jo Cntit)'
A mliller he wlm rervelh not,
tavo on n I'lcijiienl-KuatU.
I'.fer yontl'ter (m-eth lie
Ye more Iio!ji( behlml
Anil eke mure simrp y iloih lie see
When :.d is Uoiug i Cnd.
When iler.Hi iloih call, and rako Ills Pile.
n iMiile ilntii he feel ;
Ilehuillot on his mortal coll.
Aud eiltlelh for ye Do'll.
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE-
URIIANA IIL'RNF.D OUT.
(From the Champaign Gazelle.)
Monday, tho Oth dav of October. 1871.
will for many long yeurs bo mnrked in the
memory of many of our countrymen, ns it
black dny whoc memories nro of confla
gration, despnir and death. All over the
country wo hear tho cry of flrel lire t
I he Angel nt Death, from Ms hiding place,
was let loose and swooped down upon our
parched nnd helpless eountry, burning nnd
tcourging everything-in his course
uruann, so long the nbodo of pence, nnd
noted nmong her citizens for raro exem;
tlun from tho dread scourge, was visited
by n conflacrntion. creator far for it than
the terrible destruction in Chicago is for
that, scourged nnd destroyed city.
PERSONAL-
Mrs. Rlggs, wife of Mr. Rlggs, the
Washington banker, died in London Inst
week.
John Simc. a tirominent bnker nnd
California pioneer, died on the 14th.
Mr. Jav. Amcncnn Minister nt Vienna
has opened a subscription for the assis
tance ot Chicago.
The defaulting pension agent, Gon.
Van Ilurcn, has made good his entire de
fault of $12,000.
Secretary Boutw ell has directed thit
all goods irom loruign countries for tin
Chicago sufferers be admitted free from
import duty.
M. do Toouevllle. nephew of the
famous author of that name, will, it is
pretty certain, be Ambassador from France
to Washington.
A daughter of Mr. Rcuch. living near
Taylorvile, has genu tho way of nil flesh
oy tne routo taken by those wno light ures
with coal oil.
Prof. Agiisiz is about stnrting on n
deep-sen survey of tho ocenn bordering
America, with u dredging npparatus capa
ble of working nt a depth ot thrco thous
nnd fathoms.
Tho two Pnttons, father nnd son, wh
murdered John A. Simp-on nnd son, it
Franklin county, Tennessee, recently, nn
now prisoners," and chained together in
jail nt Rogersville.
Tiir. meanest man in America.
Tho telegraph brings tho announcement
that Wm. G English, one of the wealthiest
mon in Indiana, yesterday actually con
trbuted one dollnio the relief of tbo su
fi-ring men, women und children of Ch
cago.
Wo know Rill English when ho was a
poor as a church mouse; wo knew hin
when ho was elected to Congress; we knot
him when lie hud to cringe and fawn a
the feet of Jesso D. Rngliland Grulmrn
.Filch to havo hi father appointed Uriitei
Suites Murshnl of Indiana, and wu have it
our po'ses-ion n copy of tbo contract !)
was compelled to sign on behalf of hi
father on that occasion, and which was in
dorsed by tin President, to prevent th
confirmation fretn failing in tho Senot' .
English was u mnn of good tnledts, bt t
ho prostituted them to make money hit
God.
Ho has tho satisfaction this morning of
finding himself published by tho cntir
press of the United States as ""the meanest
nun in America. Exchange.
(iEXEItSI, AOKNTS.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS.
GENERAL AGENTS?
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
H I! It ! II A S 'i'S
DEALERS IK FLOUR;
Anil A cnH of
Ohio Itlvtii- mill Kiiurtvt lm
70 Ohio Lkvek,
1IIMIIM.,
BOOlvH, iniu lilelK, bricl. o italoRne, newt
piin-rH, t.x ill, and eiery variety of exteu.
lc iirMitinit i-ontrivitod for, and iiromylly and
t-peedily exeatilml, la the llul etln bouk, lob,
anil nwmpor viadliiK entiiWishreent.
CRAWFORD HOUSE,
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Entmnco on HUlli-M.,)
F. J. Oak in, )
EllClSiek,; CINCINNATI, OHIO.
OAK.!?, CAUV A CO. Proi.rbton.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
COMMK.RCIAI.-AVENUK, OPPOSITE P. O.,
CAIRO. 1I.1.S.
Joseph payeiks, :
! PROPRIETOR.
The nousF. is Newly FcnNisiiEO
nd oflers to the public flrst-clMj accommoda
il' n nt r.- -onulile rl- e.
UNftKHTAKKR.
NICHOLAS FEITH,
GENERAL UNDERTAKER,
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CAIRO ILLINOIS.
ar22d3m
W. G. GARY,
PRINCIPAL UNDERTAKER,
SALES ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH ST RE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
IMMIIaKAXT Tit Kl.TSi.
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, ) For. l i FOR SALE,
IF-r.uIel
FOR SALE. J KofbHiUFOR SALE.
Faro froni Liverpool,
Fare from Londonderry
Fare from Glasoow,
Faro from Queenstown
TO CAI ICO, ;::::::: $18.20
Kallopi, Jlorrn A Ca , gents.
INMAN LINE
Liverpool New-Yoik and Philailtlpliia
Steamship Company,
.'KHi COXT1ACT niTM VMTLD TATtAXD S1II18I
oovri-mrKTS
For;C'arrytng.tiie Milla.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
on nniHra iHroaxtnox
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
IJIlroadwjy, New.York, ortn
II. Ho apt,
Wahlngton Avenue. Cairn, llllnnla. ;i
KEAI. VHTA.TEKUr.XT.
U. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL "ESTATE AGENT
AKIl
AUCTIONF.RS,
74 (second floor) ohio lf.tek,
caiko, ills.,
Buy and Rem, Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH AIISTRACTS OF TITLE
k I prepur Conveyances of Kinds.
UUTCIIrJtft.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
Have reopened Hie
POIMH.AH MKAT MAKKI'.T,
COMMERCIAF.-AV.,
Ilctwren Ninth anil Ten 111 NtroctN,
and will krep constnnllyon hand tno best meats
sUuirhtered in the Cairo market, Tliey dely mm.
petition, (live them a truil, septSltr
JAMES KYNASTON,
lliitcher ana Dcnler lu nil KIiiiIn Fresh
Went,
COBMCK NlNETEKNTH AND 1'OrI.AK HT1ICIT.
Ca"UI i, ILMNOId.
BUYri anil olioiKhtera only the very best cattle,
Iiori and sheep, and ii prepared to till any
deiaai a for fresh menu from one pound to ten
thounand pouiidn. dof-Olf
JAKE WALTER,
BTJTO HBB
AMD DCAICII IN
FRESH MEAT,
Eighth Street. Detwekn Washington
and Commercial avknui's,
Adjoining llltteuhonae Ilnnny'.
K(. ill j be.t of Iteef, Tork, Mnt'oo, V al,
Lurnb, Hau-Hie, etc, ami aie prepir.'U to reive
ntlreni in th" inol aceeptatile manner, ngMt
alH iff
ST M I I.I A Ot II r t .......
-in oiiUlJiUJUO UUKAXT
ni'.sipunr.T'N
4 fl 1 1 1 I r fiMiimnr
iiui.ii.ini t i ii ii i .i'ii i it i
HA.inLPnT"1. fr0m ,hC "'"Pi'
lenee.nu miiirii niees Kimn.e I'rntVi
r.mcienl nnd Ii. Imt , ,,.v I L" ' 'Tn.rv "'
Cloe. nerfei-llv n.liin e,l I,. . ,L?.u. U.?.?.R'L "'
de lint niit:ikecannnt be ihh.Ii. i umuz tl
"l I, trni e'K II- l.i be Trim hnm ...... J
Ule e ta to be (ilnim rehnliio Thej hiim i
C;lt!iHiKtietrotni.i mlntioiin from all, nnd
'wi renner nit .fiiciion.
1, Ctiren
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Ill f -1,11,1... . i.
C'llfli(-ri&tiii.trT..ii.. oinltinir .u
I'lllkli.r.t. i-ntitv. t.rrii...hiliita
-enr lirln. tooth ten e. fact Mho
V... n.. ..... i , I . . . j
ype(slii- b.llo.K -.totnarh
Nil tl.raM.a.aal. ,r r.nl Mint iiArmil.
m m -.. M.-.i.'a. hii-h 11,1 ...h'.'.iw. ii
nhflcn, too prnfu-e p-rlo.ls........
IfllCtlmnllMin. rt.nm ifp min...
a all'-l. .ontl .,r I, .,A! tin.
ANIIItllft. ....... h.,l tiraa.l. .
.r IMitrliiirKei, lm aired bean
y ..a.. ' ' ( ' rHtl
UrollMV mill ai'An'lv sVorl'l'm'i'i'a"
lillllleV.ltUvKkf. lr,i.t
.a a...-a, -.VH.irHP Iinill Till
.,B.K....a Ik I.IH... .. I..-. .
on.li.luntarv iiia.'t' ...riaB
I lcllox-, i. it. one tl tml of po
a. - r" .'J ""'"U" Ulfri
Nor .Stoiilli. eai.krr
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Siiilli-rliiKM. teh.i.K-oIlife
.,iln .M- al,.U..,,a h. I.. ....,.. ....
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VTIIIUlt'. .'rHIHl pur. II. t R
rA.Mll.1 l-ASI.I.
II3.T l 00 lnrK vlul,iiinroee
irroveuooil rnc cwiiIiiIiiIiik n
peelllr for i-sc-ry imilliiiiry iIIn-.-n-,r
n rnmlly liiliecl In. nml
UU.Iju r,..a.. . I , tn .
.uui' r niiiuy unu i rat i'Iiiik cx -.
'HI In Htt v.ii.M ...... .
l-.tl. f,.r (.'nrliii; aud lur I'reteii.
nit- ifiiunn.i, in viBHand t.ooet
cuts .. .,., , 82
I'O.Mi'a fcXTHAlT
nrei Uuini. llruiM-i, I.iimene-.., orene-,
thC'Utnntntn. l.utnhn:?o. l-.l.. Unit.. Mr
h, or of Pile-.; Conn, l'e ere, Ol t'lloren.'
Tneie rerne.lie", pxcept Poud F
jr the cae or elni.e box. are n nt Vi anv o
. , v w 1:1... i.tt" si nil u'.ir
be country, by null or epr.', ireo of ch
n receipt oi tliu i.riee. A.Mreo,
llUMI'IIIthYn-ePKCIFIO
nujir.ui-A uui: jir.iuciMa
(fflee and DepM, No. WJ Ilroadway, New
vnii nil i itv i. cr-iit-i, -.it. i.
'Kia-ieowaw ly
SPECIAL NOTICE.
HATCH r.l.OK'N IIAIll IlVK.
Thl" euperb Hnir l))o t-. the mr iitiieW
-Perlecllv llartnlfti-i Reliable and Intli.i,l.
o.llnapi nlntrnent. No Ki.liculsu Tint oi
loMMtu Odor. The g nulne W. A linen,
lair Dye produeei I.M MF.DISTEI.Y a pb
liau-k or natur-l llronn. Hoe not Hian
kin, but leateathe Hair Clean, Hoft and He
ul. The only Safe md ivrfeei Dye.
tf.ibt by all.lriiKKist. Facto, y 1 Bond St
ew York, i&niSldeodSt
CONSUaUTION.
ITSCFRE AND ITS PRF.VENT1
RY DR. J. II.SCHENCK.M. 1
Ianraliuruanloini:Iiaiiau41 nray forIi
rlou 1 1 ihurauaa tin r ruaa..n Irian (ho nittr
tW-ft'tntf ihenrvarulctM rlumlwr inta which,
nil ifiwrim ft wffirvnt:tks.nrii
tui:at.ui:.nt.
nn ar.iiip'l UiomolTo of hH w.-.nilrrirr cr
tl'MM tni1lclne, ttit-y nuM n Iikt fallt'ti,
iir -funrit fimt in iim iiwii run irotii l.
llr. tiv hi n.i.llrlnr und til illrt.fin lur lb
r-iH-rcTfr numcifiii viuuiir remain, i ui v
IIOII Til IlKl f Iltll A.f I III. Il.t-.ltl.. II.1A.I.J'
111 lll.l PUll.III-Mt HUTS' 13 Ilt'l.MIIlf iirrn T
fifDri'-ontiitlim thai m iju. u t lou-und time t
i-inii.iifti vj iiTin ami tiiiio num. i
4 u ilniilu it4 It U u.i'all.nu. It ptil)oi"i(li)l
inclnir. ft
I'll.. L, T.. ., nn.l tw,Am,U. t)llf..n
.T1 two irfiiinsii uitti tv h iMi tliM eiliiiifi at I
I lU.IWlT l H-A.llesl. TVTI) Ihlrill Llf ttlB CliPt
iiuimily UliK.rili'rcsl IItt. With ilits ttindi:
the bniucJiluI tubp " y Qpatliliu nith
riomuch. T.h't ri-ni-ind ti tliu ut irbUl uctl
remit. ttnl tlio ttint' In, wttli nil IU Ulu
uiK ;upuTU3 or
CONSUL I'TXO.Y.
The Mnmlrnkrt l'lllrovtmin,tlof nnoof
itire nobicii LUU" thu rutlutilillluiu IVlUt
Tho work of euro Is nrnr brplnnlnff. ThOTl
(rw1 nml mnn..... .la.u.illi In li.alu.an.U nn.l In
a clock, Ii wournl up. It ur(tit fntm 11 tri
iv. i nn kiintiMfrt nrii iiniMini ru ir. linn i
A HVVPUV OP GOOI1 nLOOI)
Tho Poa-wppl Tonic. In eonlnnfllnn 1
I'll In, iK?riiU'tc unj uMtmlluiL't with tho
ii nun 4
Chylltloathm U nonr pmcreKuiK without I
Yloui u.rturcs. l)iffC9tnn hooum4 min
thft curr U i-pen to 1h nt hind. 'I'tu-ru In
iiuirss, m
Is no uxj
flatulence, no fiacerbutlun u tho ftutuucli.
untNitlln ot In.
.Nuwmm.o the ercatvutTllood PurlflorercrV
pWen hrun InJul-'unt father to nuffcrlnc n
Its zunctlons und to hustPii und compteto
Impaired and Ulwaw?d iiortluns of the Iui;
In the form of cutherlnas. It l re Daren them r
iviuwtimll.iM. Hnd In! In n. vurr hnrt llmMin
niumuj is vunquifturu, inu roiien uinmu nmj
occupied 1 rL-norntetl nnd mudo now, and
iatlLiit. In all tliotlltfn.tr of ri'trulned vhror.it
furl h In inli)T Dm ttmnlimid fir wtiniiinhfMiu 1 1
Tl.o nf-cond thlnir is. tho patient mnut ntny '
vriiptii muni l nlll Ihov Uft Wl'll I It l 111 til DM t
nro dtM'nicd, tiut It ixiusl bo proTcntcd nr a t
can nut ho u floe ltd. I-'resh air and r'dlnic
cipeclullr In this section of tho country, In .
cmnswno recomnienti umiwurBe luiutuvir
tlont. If their luny uro budly dlM-asedi and
iionniin thar aro in thn liotivn tlier must .
rniiti l.nrl HI fnl a IliM trnni.Lti wilt hflt
mU4( knen in cooa spirits do ceierroineu iu
well. Till has n great deal to do with tho si
tlte.and Is tho treat KinttoKaln.
To OcbiKilr of euro uftcr such evldenco oil'
nn..lt.lll,if In tlin nnril r-flifil find mil ml
I. II I. .Inf..l Ik UehAnrb'l UU
.Manr years au 1 wus In tho lait utirei
An,llmrllnlH PnilMnod tO DIV hod- Und ttt
11 WU lUj I'll JBlUi"U Miuu ma. wit' "Y" Jrr
it...J 7 i. ,.f nnrl ohtiilfwiil thn nrPtiamtLf..
which 1 now oner to i" jmunc, uu mw."-
. . - .A I uiuimiirl fn m i mi
roulil leel, tnera jwiieiniio 1117 ;
A. a.... .,a (hot til HUblltlO. lUV CUIT
tne. un.l tnr uiipctlta Uecunio aoereut mat 11 -
vrlthdtfflcultr that I could ncep irora ""au
much. I aoon italni'il my atrcnuth. uud In
grown In Ucih over ncc. ,..,cl
I waa weighed etiortlr after mr recover
.uii,ii,.ii hit we cht wun on r iilneir -ei
twentr-Hvo 1221) ixiunds. and for reuri 1 havo
fir UMiurtrlr ha. illftriintlniie.l hll TirOfeillO
vlilts to New.York und lloaton. Ho or liia N8U
iir i it. uhonplf. Jr.. all 1 rontlmio in ei-u ,
! F.V.'"."r . i:.ii.Vin,.mD a.m. toai-
lunira. unn pauenia cuii maui.r "-v-jj
.Tlio dlrectlona for UklnK tho medicines '
Bdupted to tho Intolllgence oven of u child, r
luff LlltlBU llirUUllUIIB. UI1U a...l. l.u.u. v .....
reit, oxccptinK tnui in aomo cues ius piwiui. ,
l'llla aro to bo taken In Increaied doteai i
three medlclnea need no other acooronanlmei !
themt Flnt crento appetite. 01 return! I
health, huniior la tho moat wolcomo ijmpn: 1
ihim thu umnlii tnitructtona .mat ttCCOUim77r
IVIlUll la VI,.IIC,uaj Ik T.III VUUJrJ, .v. u v.'.
In nt once bo ot itourt cheer. Hood, blood at in i
follow!, the cmiKh lunions, tho plljot aweat
atiatea. in u anon nmo outu ui uivsu ww
arnipn.ma ore none icruver. . . ,
l.r. kehenck'a merilclnea am ennltantlr IfecT
t.n. nf ilinuKundft nf faiiilllea. Aa a laxative
i.uriratlvo,tlioMundrku l'llla oro uitaudnrd !;.
ruirallnn 1 Whllf. tho I'llllllOnlO HfrUD. KB U CI 4
of couelia und col its, limy t;o rccurrtcd us a P
nlivlactcrlo ugalnet conumptluu lu unv or
'l"r!co of the Pulmmlo fiyrup und Sca-wilj
Tonic, IW u bottle, or a half doiou. lUiJ
.1 ttlll., Ot n..nai it tin It'll aaln KfS all ft-.
UfUKU 1 llini M VV'IIVB M VVI 4 v. kK V) HI' II t
I'llVNIOIAKN
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.3?v
RF.sIDKMii'. Io, 31 Thlrieemli Mreet, f,
tiv. o . Vehlliiiioti Bvenueitnd Willutl li
ihi-i II I'nmn'eri'iHl iivenue. up tnlr, ii
0. W. DUNNING, M.
P'J'riir.KNCR-i-ornerNihth mid Wilnut R
lh nn ainii wivlli .Ivnnl .....I il.l I. ffA
Cf7e llOUp-froiu " 'n. to 1- ."n.. tnd 0 p.nfl

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