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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETINFRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1871.
IA.1II.Y (JROCKMIM.
LOUIS JOJtfiKNSKN,
Dealer in nil klo.li of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Q-BOCERI
t'nrinrr'ii Ynril mill nlnlilln
WITBOCT CUAROr..
Cor. V.whinj!iuav and Twentieth
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
CAIRO CITY COAL
COMPANY.
I'jK'r,r'J "Pl'lf eiit"mf with tin Vst
.plain) .1,
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
ORtlRKS left t Halliday Itroa. office, TO OHIO
LEVEK, or the Coal Tard Mow the bt
Cnarles Hnlel, will receive prompt Miration.
I'HETL'O "MOSTAIIK'
s , ii li k " . ill n.inir nnfti .inhu
side steamer at my hour.
tWA.II
THE BULLETIN.
Trans or Tiir. Dint Ilt'tliTloi
Subfription.
I), steek, ry carrier,
23
Hie lo.u lv carrier, in advance 10 W
it. month by r.tall, "J
Three tronths, - 12 2
i i innnthr, - - !!J
. 1 1 tear, ... ......... t
11.1 cficiat piper t Aleianlcr ffmnfy and of tht city o
Ouro; tht only morning Jcily in Southtrn ItiwAi
tticilcaieakejviiiuils fuiU, butfearltu: tint
tp"ktn on alt lubjteti oj intercut to the ;uWk ,
witk a la rgt and inertanni circulation, the Hulle
tin ntmtt tht patronage ot tnttUijtnt rea tert nrw
enttrpnnng butuui tatn.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John II. Oberly Jt Co. nave reduced the tub
cription prise of the Weekly Cairo llulletl tn
One Ihj'Jar per im jm. making it the cheapest p
per published in Southern Illinois.
STATE TICKET.
Kor Representative in Coij-resi for the Slate-at.
Urge,
S. S. HAYES.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
Kor Trea.urerund Collector,
WILLIAM MARTIN.
For Surveyor,
JOHN P. HELY.
PllYHlCIAKrV
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. 1).
RKSIDENUK No. 21 Thirteenth street. I
tuco-i Washington avenue and Walnut tre t
un.t" IJ ' Commercial menu, up stair".
C. W. DUNNING, M. 1).
TKHItiK.VC:-cornNinth anil Walnut et.
AXimre coiner .-ixtli afreet and Ohio levi
CMiee hour from G a.m. to 12 m., and 9 p.m
The New York Umthl of the 10th
jays the monetary crisis will be averted
only by extraordinary efforts.
Snow, to the depth of three nml four
feet, fell in Nebraska on the j ctJi
Railway trains were delayed and travel
otherwise interfered with.
A O'ahtai.v Hand, of Indianapolis,
announces to the world that lie has left
the democratic party and gone over to
the republicans. We suppose the Cap
tain got tired of being the b fi Hand.
SoMEnoDV in Xew York got up the
tnry that some I'olanders were going
to assassinate Alexis. Some other Pole?
got together and stirred up the con
spiracy, spoiling it for the nisehicf in
tended. O'kneiiai, Bi'm,ock, distributing
officer of the Frcedmen's Hureau ii
New York city, put only two buiidretl
and fifty thousand dollars of govern
nient money on deposit in his own
name iu the treasury department ni
Wahbingtoii City. He was regularly
drawing interest on the amount, whei.
lie was expended from office and i
investigation commenced.
In
A tlfllTlfi! Ir, l,n 1. . t .i
iiiv- uortor oi tie
North western fires and tho Chicago
conflragation, we have the uewt that the
mountains of California are ablaze, that
the cholera has re-appeared in Con
stantinople, that three thousand per
sons have been swept away by floods in
China, and that Mrs. Woodhull insists
that she cill lecture iu Chienrm Tin.
accumulation of disasters is enough to
make neml.ll I J .u , T
----n-i a w
the good old Daniel, they were safe
...vitoiD niou uiai, jikl
j . i t . .
in
tne promised land
TUB I KHinKM'h PROCLAMATION.
President Grant bu j.rockmated
follows concernlne the w.u ..r .
, . , " 1 navtai cor-
put in the counties named of Suuth Caro-
una i
Wtereat, pemons engsged In unlawful
ciiiiiuuiatiuiis Tiiiuin iue counties or bpr.
tansburg, York, Marion, Chester, Laurens
Newberry, Falrflold, Lancaster and Ches.
terduld, in tho State cf South Carolina.
1 - . .It I ! .1 l, '
iinvo uoi uisjrorseu III uoeuiulice 10 my
proclamation of tho 12th inst., and given
up nrini, disguises, iVc now, therefore, I,
Ulysses M Grant, president of tho Uniu.il
Sutci of America, do hereby declaro that in
my Judgmont, public safety especially re
quires that the privileges of the writ of
AAos corput besuspended in said counties
In respect to all persons arrested by the
marshal of the unltod States for said dis
trict or any of his deputies, or by anv ml
" UiriV'VfX AV'TiV-'1"- b"l
t
I
PERSONAL AND GENERAL
New Orlcm winM an ubbntolr.
Mr. AMirSas Itfc!iflrtlon will live
In Chlcugo uvrvutior-
Ocrgc Sill''!, iiutliorof'Adnm Hcdn"
"Felix Ho'V ctc wl" PU,J,''1 n new
novol In c -tnbiT.
The iiirtlionf Chief Juftico Clniff III
MVfMi gton city, will lie ptiflilud over,
10 coming wintor, ly ilr. hft-nutur
i"i.rasue.
Cuifc
ftrili-MiTiit Hhhted, publisher of the" Cln
nnti (,y,mtcreial, sent to the Chicago
mm ufuntoftypn remly dl'trlbutcd
(ii-orge Francis Train, drunk," is nn
tncnon the docket of tho Adams street
home of Inst nbt. Aftmnih
Ltpwr" ""1.
nno;,ln(itimn'fl iiccminL of tliu (Jlilcflu'O
calrSPH; is m follows: " Jlcllcan-Illsh
boy take kelotlno lamap and milk cow;
cow kick over Iutn; up go Chicago. "
II asfiir'jtox. Star.
On Monday, the day after the com-
meticon, cut of Uic fire, Mr. Story of tbo
Timet, telegraphed to It. 11 oo & Co. for an
clght-cVilnder press, and received an an
swer within tho hour that the order bad
already been given at their factory, and
the pres would be forwarded at an early
date.
At n meeting of the Board of Educa
tion, and teachers of our public school",
ncld at the Snncr school yesterday, a
resolution was unanimously adopted by
tho teachers to stand by tho city in this
tiour of trial, generously offering their
services to the Hoard without pay, willing
to accept wli-ttevcr the city should deem
advisable in the future. All honor to our
noble band of toaehers. Chicago Journal.
THE DEMOCRACY.
PIIALL THEY NOMINATE?
(From the bt. Louis. ItcpuUicitn.)
The active canvassing of cundidatrs for
(be democratic presidential nomination
Hi 1872 that took place prior to ihu elec
tions in California nhU .Maine, has been
followed by n moro careful reflection on
the whole subject, nnd.onu startling result
of this reconsideration Is a suggcrtion of
the question whether thcro ought to bo n
Jemuvratic nuininutiun at all. The idea
is startliLg, because it is without n prece
dent in uur naiioi.al politics, and is pro
foundly interesting as furnishing a prece
cedelil itself. The present theory of part
(Hiliuca la thai in impoitaiit contests both
parties niUft place tickets in tho field,
even ulthough uiio of them goes through
tuelormuliiy with the consciousness that
its ticket will be certainly defeated. The
new theory, on the contrary, assumes the
potsible existence of conditions in which
it is better for one purty not to rnako a
nomination at all, hut leave the field to its
antagonists', in tho u!mo;t absolute certain
ty that its antagonists will then di.vidu
itud present two tickets.
While, however, thcro is no national
precedent for such a course, tho experi
ment is nut an untried one; tho campaign
of last fall in Missouri turnishcd u thor
ough example of the new idea, und it is
the very benellcient and .reiierally satis
factory results of that example that have
suggested a repetition of it on a national
scale in tho presidential contest of next
yeur. It is usKcd: " AVhy should not an
experiment that proved so Micceseful in
, breaking the power of radicalism in Mis
souri bo emplo el to break thoixiwer of
radicalism in tho union? Why should
not tho whole country Mm! l"Jlvernni.e
Irom a party that is csseiitiallv nrosorlnt'
Ive, oppressive, iinconstiiutionul, and vio
out in its policy and practice, in tho sam
etleetiro way in winch asinglostato found
1!(h flldivprnnrM ?' Tlln r..nl .if 1...
.Missouri election of 1670 whs not. indeed.
a ueinoeraiic victory; out it ccrtalnlv was
radical defeat; und tho abolition of
disfranchisement, the subsidence ol
inimosities, the restoration of concord
.mil good will among tho people, and the
revival of n cheerlul interest In nubile
.itl'airs and in local enterprise which fol
lowed tliatueleat, are consequences which
vindicuto tho wisdom of tho experiment
n Missouri, and, nt least, suggest iu rcpe
.ition in a larger Held. Tho contradictory
und discordant iiaturo of tho several state
olat forms both democratic and renublican.
that have been presented to us within tho
last lew montiis, snow that both partiu
liavo lost their reckoning, and uro beatini;
t'loui somewiiut winnv. 1 lie constitution-
.il amendments and the legislation of con
gress since the war have eliminated sever
1 important subjects ot dillerencn and
dispute from our national Policies and
.no result is a vacuum winch confines
ooth partie. I he only common con
viction iu the republican party is that it
tight to bu kept in power, to give us
ucn partisan legMation us it has given us
flatu years ; and the pre-eminent con
fiction in tne democratic party, to which
Il questions ol tun II', finance, unnexatloii,
nil loreiL'ii relittioiis uro subordinate. U
h .t the republican nurtv ouuht to bo over.
hrown, and a uentler uolicv substituted
r tho force which it has irlvon u. The
Virginia conervative., in their latu
t'itu couvciitloli. deeliiiHl to
adopt tho usui'l resoluiions,
nu contented thmnselvs with nrocUunini!
us their solu platform, "ojipositiou to rudi-
itiisni." liio tact expresses u common
leiuucruiie iiistinet, nliu expresses, too, u
I . I . !-. . . . .
eelllig wlneli ull the liberal and reflecting
rim-in oi iimi re iuo can tmrtv s iare
ii... i i . .I. . . .
inn now is mis up pos t iin to be success-
lul ' How is the republican nurtv to lie
.isplaced? How is such u consummation
m ne eineieu in tbo teeth ol thy rigorous,
semi-miiiiiiry laws winch it lius devlred
xpressly to enable It to carry elections,
mm (iruieil iisen irom ueieut i ilow is
the mlmini!truiion party to bo beutcn in
ioi i, nen tne people half believe that It
vv lln-.i submit to defeat, und will uphold
President Grant in any measure he may
'! iiVmiUh? Or. even if
iave a perfectly free electiun in all tbr.
itaies, without executive interference, ami
without tho certainty that tho party in
- , . - j 1
J..... muuiu cueeriiiiiy sutnnll to the n:
m , .. '"l u',urnc(J 'uvo tho democrats
"ll !rl" f"!?1'? "V
vtMinvv ji tuvir uuriv, in uio
i .i. ..... .i..... i ..
ineo ol their tiartv. n tho inco of the
defeats they have recently encountered iu
California, Pennsylvania and Ohio?
1 hese are the questions which tho ad
vocates of tho no-IIOUllnntinn tinlti-v ink
themselves; and even if thy nre not con
clusive ot the merits of that policy, they
are weighty, and duservo to bo thoroughly
i---uui'ii.u, iv is urged witn mucn reason,
that thu country can ill afford another four
vers of radical ru0 wtu tt0 Wlm lnnln.
vaiutu m its present ubnormal unrestored
"ouiiion, ku-kiux disorders und ku-klux
iw cont niifcil. iMniiin ii.c
iicm !i. i '" unJ ,tho Ilroce8' "f cenlriilir.il-
thltu.Ht . m.l that if these
V Wr t -.11 the radical
iu.t ... h . u",u at Wus h ngton,
Just us it was unseated ,i Mlsjouri. bv tho
deu.oerats aUtalidng from a pre Idenli M
nom nation, and tf Cn ma 'on
of a ticket which t1,,.y may, upport tol , u
U-eral element of the other party, Fven
if the democrats could hopq to iiomlnatn
a presidential tickot and elect It whli
(Iriitsbeck, cr llanoock, or Hendricks, or
Chase, or uny one else at the haed, would
not the victory, It is asked, l e empty and
tlo tho hands of tho dcmocratlo president,
and give us the history .of, tho Androw
.Johnson administration ovor again? On
the o:her hand, with (Jiont and tho ad
ministration party overwhelmingly de
feated, asMcClurg wils In Missouri, a lib
eral and patriotic republican inado presi
dent, and n majority uf democtnls and lib
erals chosen to congress, would not the ro
il It, though miitctliilly different from
lull democratic triumph, be an incstima- i
hie improvement on tho present order nf
tlnngs? It wodld, It is true, bmJyj cotA.
cessions which ino iinuonni democracy
would llnd It had to make ; tut would not
the happy deliverance of tho harrasscd
southern states, and thoir restoration to
tho co-cquallty and dicnitv thoy aro now
debarred from. bc a. sufficient comnensa
tleiifor theso concessions? And would
not the real rostpratlon of tho union which
followed the triumph of tbo new party bo
it perpetual claim on mo gratituue anu
confidence of tho people?
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH..
WHAT IT LOST JlV THE CHICAGO IIKK.
Hev. Father Uarv!n,of St. Stephens
church, New York, thus sums up the losses
to the church by tho Uro In Chicago s
CHUnCUES DKSTROTED.
Hnlv Xnmo. havim.' a conercsratlon of
from 10,000 to 18,000 souls: St. Micharli
having 9.000; St. Joseph's, havlng'3,0o0;
Immaculato Concc tion, having 2,000;
St. Mary's (tho oldest cnurcn oi any
denomination In tho city), having 4,000;
St Louis,' having 2,o00, and St. Paul's
r.aviug 2,000 souls.
CONVENTS.
Tho convenU destroyed were Convent
of Mercy and House of Providence, having
10 inmates; Convent of tho Sisters ot Mer
cy, having 12 inmates; Convent ofSt.Jos-t-pn,
hiving 18 Inmates; Uencdlctlne Con
vent, having 3 inmates; Convent of tho
Good Shepherd, having 24 inmates; Con
vent of tho Dominican Sisters, having 8
inmates.
INSTITUTIONS AND SCHOOLS.
St. Francis Xavier's Academy and
School for Oirls, having 160 boarders and
day scholars; St. Joseph's Academy, hav
ing ao boarders; Christian .brothers' Col
lege, having 28 bcardors; Cathedral
School, having 300 girls and 200 boys;
St. .Michaufs scnoci, Having oou ooys ana
600 girls ; St. Joseph's Scnool, with 250
boys una 200 girls ; Immaculate Concep
tion Sclioo'. havini:300 boys and girls;
St. Mary's School, with 200 girls and 300
bovs.
ASYLUMS
The following usvlunis wcro destroyed:
Macalen Asvlum. "having 102 inmates ;
Orphan Asylum, having 200 inmates.
HOSPITALS.
Tho Alexion Hospital, having 70 in
mates, was destroyed; also the Hospital
of tho Sisters of Chanty (net completed)
Tho Bishop's house and six pastoral resi
dences also uro among tho ruins.
HENRY WARD BEECHER.
HIS SKKMON ON THE EIRE.
From the New York 8tanJrJ.
Mr. Ucecher sees tho bright side of the
Chicago calamity, and in bis sermon on
lust bunduy in Plymouth church, con
cluded as follows:
THIS riUE IS A QOOI) TIUNO, '
then, if only for enlarging our ideas of
our relations to the world. This burning
of Chicago is a great national benefit. It
i tn t brcn a disaster. We aro richer to
day wiili Chicago burned than wo ever
wcro beiore. 'mere were a great many
thir.us which should have been burned",
It wu wcro lo judge from tho eruelty and
lust which transpired there, it would seem
as if God sut upon Ills throne only to
muke misery. Over against this picture,
like u ruiubow against too stortn cloud,
Iningi nothcr, fair and beautiful. In that
grciit winding tornado of flro there was a
bountiful harvest of good as well as u
hideous harvest of evil. How many
seitlsh men have leurned to esteem
others Later than themselves?
How many mothers joyfully suffer
ed I hut their children might be snared''
What heroic achievements ; more than we
know, but not more than the angels chron
icle. Men are digging through'the flro to
lay hot foundations. Manho.id is rising
in its best aspect. Not that I think houses,
offices, churches, and banks uro tho best
crops; but that manhood which the very
next uuv rebounded una commenced to
work is "better to us than streets paved with
gold. The sufferers roso superior to their
misfortunes. They stnnd up heavier and
stronger than hctbrc. and it s this manhood
thut muKcn the worm ricn. it is a treas
ure to Europe, and may arouso her slug
gish Asia, hum dwellings; go down
churches, that we mny see what lies be
hind you. Thero is a grand a glorious
bright sido to this so-culled calaii ity. I
mean to participate in tho heroic exumnle
of the sufferer', and pick out tho good lv
iriL' iiinonL' the ushes. Il muv be snfelv
affirmed thot not a man was more than
twolvo hours hungry. All the grunaries
of the West, and the wardrobes of tho East
wero thrown open, firo and steam
did the work of humanity. A mother
in tho'night never turned quicker to her
mourning babe, than tho whole world turn
ed to easy tho pain and misery of this great
enarreii city, ureeas might be spread all
over tho universe, and not it Christian be
lound on it. Uhurches might bo built up
on everv bluck of land, and tho spirit of
Christ b'i nowhere visible. "Wo havu been
prchchini; tho brotherhood of mun, en
deavoring to harmonize tbo rough ele
ments, but ui last the wnrK has been uoim
by the flro and destruction. " hut do we
see? Churches und theatres working to
gether. OOI) 1ILK.SS TUK T1IKATRKH,
and the churches, too- Every man feels
that lie Is more ihitn a Catholic, more than
l'rotostaiit ho Is a man I Corporations
are said to have no souls; but it seems to
mo they show something very much liko
it ut tho present time. Is it not worth
while to havo a disaster which
brings us together so closely ? This
spectaale is worth mora than all the riches
of Chicttgii. Wo couldn't nff. rl to havo
her not burned. "When her majesty tele
graphed to Canada, "Send all tho blankets
in tho Dominion.'' it touched a deepchord.
Wo huvo been touched on tho other side be
fore now. And when tho mayor of Lou
don sends it thousand guineas I Thank tho
Lord that soma city has a thousand guin
eas to givo away when Germany, Austria,
the Danube, una the very Pluck Sea send
sympathetic responses when tho whole
world is beating with ono heart, then aro
wo ready to exclaim, "God bo praised for
all) " I admit tho disastor ; but tho bene
fits outweigh all thn anguish. I boliovo it
would be good economy for New York to
suy to Chicago, what cupital you want for
rebuilding you can have on terms that you
can auoru to use.
A ChUKL MISTAKK.
From the N, V. Standard.!
In fhlludelphia, on tho 2d Inst., a man
named Thomas liuckloy, sixty-four years
of aiie, was admitted to thu almshouse In a
stale of suppnsod Intoxication, and placed
In wluitl culled the drunken ward. As
ho appeared lo be suffering from some in
jury, ho wm transferred to the surgical
wurd, thenco to thu out ward, and fltiallv
back to the drunken ward ugain, without
tho naturo or his hurt being ascertained,
During this Mine he was gradually sinking,
and on tho 7th In dl wl, A ot mortem
examination was niide, when It was dls
long Mad been drlvon through his kull
above und in front of tho car, and wm Im
bedded nlmoit ita entire length in tho
brain. Tho blado was not brokon oil", but
appeared to lmvo como from the handle by
tho loosening of Its rivits. It was covered
over by the skin, and butn slight wound
was lull to show where it hud entered. No
body knows how or when the injury wa
inflicted; but thb really rornarkahlu feature
tn the case Is that tho man
should huve
liyeu-ncju-iv u vce.wiit a kn
trfitiiig fcw'brnlh to.silch aldopth.
k tin o pune-
tonniMSJIOM AND rORWAIlDINIl,
WOOD RTTTtJNIIOUSE,
(S sior OlAyers A Co.)
ELOUR
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Illinois.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(.aaccsor to K. n. ITrndricki & Co.,)
Forwarding
and Commission
MERCHANTS
WHAItF-IIOAT ritOPKIETOKSJ
CAtht
SiI.lbfrsl Adrsnce rr.r
r5 CoLlBnmcntu,
i nr"n,
Are prepared lo recele, ilore not
freight to all points anil buy a:
sell on commission.
ornnrJ
il
rHulfcen attended to promplly.
H. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
CAIRO, II.LINOl!.
MILLER fc PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
a
AMI
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AMI
DEALERS IN FLOUR. CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
58 Ohio Lxvkk, CAIRO, ILLS.
Z. I). MAT1IUSS.
r. c. uiil.
MATIIUSS & URL,
2TOE-WAEDIK-&
ami ui:m:iial
Comm issio.v Merchants,
LiEALEItS IN
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
.o. 64 OHIO I.KVKK.
Detuen WM i Sixth Sti., OA I HO, IM..
nuRtf oiwlf
CLOSE & VINCENT.
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS-
ASD
DEALERS LIME
Ckmk.vt, Plastku Pari,
Mil
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
C'orsstr KIkIiIIi Nlreet ami Ohio I.evee
CAIRO, ILL.
JOHN II. PIIILLIS,
(Sucfor to Parker & Phi. lis,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMI
FORW AltDING MERCH AN T,
am.
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CA1KO, II. I..
W. Hlratjon.
T. bird
STRATTON k HIRD,
(Succamora tntilralton, llti-lson A ClarV.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
anu
COMMISSION MERCHANT.",
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
Hr-Agenti of American I'owiler Co,
faiituirra agenta forcetton yarn.
and man.
JrMt
FOHNDUI1M.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
MAHTAcnataa or
ram Knguiei,
lioileri,
Flour ond Gnat Mills,
Haw Mills,
The " Tiippar' Patanl Cralakar
ivoutSKnr roil oiural rcrirosis
OINOIN1SATI OUIO.
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Weekly Packet for Pmliicrdi, Kraniivillfc snd Lou.
Isrllle, tho fHronto steamer,
T. . IIY.MAX,J.iuIit.
Leaves Cairo every ATVOM.W t oVlnelt p.m
for frelvl.tor i:ii..i(.'enipl) on l.n.i .- i to
JAM. lllll(J, Ak'I.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
mail iio.vr.
The splendid stentner
Joe FoHtrr. Muster.
aes Cdrp IUY, (-jjnln-p exeente.il at 4
ror ireuhtor pa n pnli on UM or
mn. Ast't.
CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
V. H. SI All. I'At'KKT.
The ft-rtirininjf, light dinucht Heartier,
M2VLLIE RAGON,
pL3 tovin
WILL FUWI.KK
...Muster
Clerk
Leaves Cairo EVERY f UN AVand TIIl'IUDAr
(in place of tttatntr Idleutlli), m g p.m.
JAN. IIMJSJN, Ab'I.
PADUCAH AND EVANSNILLE,
(In place of the Ark. Hell-),
THK SPLENi.II) LltlHT DItAUOlIT STKAMKIl
DICK JOHNSON,
J.Ki: IIOU'l::!.!., Mnvler.
Will leare Cairo for Eanville ets.;y WEDNE.S.
DAY and bATl'ltllAY at 3 o'clwk, p.m. Kor
freight or pasnae apply un board or to
JAN. IIKIIIN, A'l.
HOST STOKKK.
S A M W I L S O N ,
liULtt IN
BOAT STORES
O It OO K HIES,
P R OVIS10 N S, E T C,
No. Ill)
Ohio Levee, : : : t -. : Cairo, Ili-
oomi rioxr-riT ritiin.
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
PRODUCE AND
COMMISSION MERCIIA N T,
o. 70 Otitis Levee,
CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
epc lal attention .gUen to CoDlgnmt!ili
ill
WILLIAM At-9IA
coaiiLirs lui-iMtntr.
BAUMAN & HAUENSTINE;
CtVII. .INK MECHANICAL
EXGINEEUS AND AHCI11TECTS,
nrcMm' Ilulldlnt;, eorncr Kleseiilh ntr
atit Commerrlal as Cnlro, IIIh.
1)I.ANS AND PI'KClFICATIOSfor n'l 1-rancliei )
J. of Ciru Knuii.i rmi and Arcli lecture, such i
Mttpa lor C.untle, District cr Cor, -oration.
1'ianH an'i i.aieuinuon lor Mi-m nn-i sirn-r
l'oer, for In lilstriAl Kutablmlitnnts, for Iren.
-loi ii or IViHxlen llnd-, f ir Cliurchf e, ourt
IIoueaniloih r I'iiMk- HuiM.ni;-, llninc ti l
Uw-Uinii Hon. p., Cotmite., ete. nc, iiirnishi-il
nt slinrt null.-.. - 'i-itr
WATI II W AH Kit.
PR ACTICA L WATCH M A K ER.
H. HOUPT,
NO. IM WASHINGTON AVENITK,
C A I R 0 , ILLINOIS,
on bund
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC;
Particular attention gien to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
Tho largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
11 Tiir l-ITV.
tJi'Nssm us.
JOHN A. K 0 E II L E H,
Manulu-tiirer ol all kindi of
SHOT Gr TJ 35T S,
RIFLES AND PISTOLS.
KEYS MADE TO ORDER.
All lilnilt nl
Work
Kone,
ami Itepnlrlnir
HATISF.CT10N WAHIIA.NTED.
COMMEKCIAI.-AV., A FEW DOORS IlEI.OW
1'oMOmCE.
CAIKO, 1 1.1,1. U IN.
Powder, Shot. Caps and all sorts of 'Cartridue
i-nn.mnilv on imiul. isonisir
, I. TAKK) K,
a. r. nt.iKt
PARK Ell k HLAKE,
i;i:ulK-i l
WALL JAPER, PATNTS,
I'lltlV, ItCIIXllU. CallSOlilllS
yviasriDo-w glass.
WINDOW SHADES,
Ami Ihu eelcbrated illuminating
AURORA OIL.
nilO.S' I1UILD1N11, COlt, llTII-ST. A- C'OM-MI'.ltClAI.-AV.,
Cairo, Illinois.
aiisSO'f
ItlNDI.Vd,
BOOUH, psmplilets, britilr, catulOK'l'",
liupi-rs, t,x ilsta, nail nv. ry variety of i
now
iiv.-rv vruttv Ol eilen.
aive pr nili'K uonii-uclo-l fur, an-1 pruiu)lly and
ei4illy exo.iuii.il, In th lliihetln bouk, lob,
aad ouwspupur -jiniiinn oi.ibhhiuenl.
HOTHI.H.
ORAWl'ORD HOUSE, I
CORNER fjlXTH and "SVALNUT-ST.,
(Entmncn on Hlxthot ,)
1". J. O-ikM,
li. O. i is.lv.
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
I'rnnrietors.
!'.. 11. Iilck
,
OAKE. cady A CO,
37T
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL-AVENUE, OPPOSITE I'. O,
CAIRO. U.I.S, . .
JOSEril IIAYLId!,
rilOPRIETOR,
The IIouhe ih Nkwlv FcitNisiiEi)
And oflera to the public flrt-clais actomtnoda-
H n at r-TinattiH ri
L'MlaCHTAKKHN.
NICHOLAS FKITH,
GENERAL UNDERTAKER,
e
1
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UK
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eh
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-'4'or.-M'nIHnstlflii-nv.isl-lltli-il.,
... CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Sr2il3m
W. O. CARY,
PRINCIPAL UNDERTAK EH,
SALES ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH STI1E
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
innnmANT tii rdts.
IMMIGRANT
TICKETS
FOR SALE,
, For !
f Vorr
J Forr
Me e FOR SALE,
lile 1
Vorr-ati-1 ,, ......
FOR SAL!
Forile I J wi. rj.inr..
Faro from Liveri-ooi,
Fare from Londonderry
Faro from Gi.asoow,
Faro from Queenstown
TO CAIRO,-: ::::::: $18.
Sallor-i, Moro A Ca , genls.
v.INMAN LINE
Liverpool NewiYoilt and I'lilbwlf Iphia
'Steainsjiip Company,
t!rR costiact with t-MTtn sTATMAsn asimii
i!orr.KSMr.t.
- ForCanrytnKltna MiinJ
FOR PASS.VGE TICKETS
OR Il KTlirK IMTlEMATION
n, w
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE,
Aot.
e - fc 14 Uroadnay, N'm-Yotk, or to
II. II mi pi,
Wa.hlniiton Avenue. Cairo. nnl.
UKAl. I'.STA riJ AC1KIVT.
C. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
" ' AMi
AUCTIONERS,
71 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
' CAIItO. IM.".,
Buy 'and Sell Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH AIISTRACTS OF TITLE
Ai I preparo ConTeyaneos of Kinds.
IIIJTCIIr.UK.
CENTRAL -MEAT MARK ET.
KOEIILEll & RUOT11EK
llatereojicned the
roi'i'i.iii mi:at jiahui;t,
COMMERC'IAE-AV.,
Iletstceis A'lulls anil Teulli Slieetx,
and will keep coiifUntly on hand, the bust meats
slaughtered iu tho Cairj nvirliot. 'i'hey Uely '"'
petition
Ulvu them a trial,
si'l'wiu
JAMES KYNASTON,
Ilulrlier nssil llenlcr lu nil Klsiil-s 1'renli
9Ien(,
' OhiImii NiVi:tsntii anp Pm-LAa rirarrT,
' " " " CAIR ). IIiLINOIi.
rUYa and alaunhtera only tho very beat eatllo,
lJ boas anu Hiioi-p, anil is irc(iiiri
ilBinai-iV for frosli meals from ono pound to ten
tboiiKimil pounus.
.IstTJOtf
JAKE WALTER,
BUTCH E3 JEZ
AND IlKkLl a IN
E RES II MEAT,
Eiainii Street. Retween Wahhinqton
and Commercial avenues,
Adloliilnsr HKtoiilioiiae sic Ilanuj'n
Kun lli'i Iwst of Ut-ef. Io k. Milt on, Wal
Lamb, Kausate, etc., and are propareU to serve
s i o ; it !. mk
-pit r-NM
SIMILIA S1MILIUUS CURANTU
IH'MIMIlli:yM
HOMEOPATHIC S PEGU' I (I
..i ?"'!,'!.!' " biy!"!
He illat inlnak.-.cat t be i!n.lo V i." ui "i, Js.t7. 1
"'' I -I r i i .e Tin I , ,
No.
Ii Cures !', ei-s.
i ii
IDilK tit I ft. II It ...... n I
I
i,
3.
!:
il;
15:
li.
ID,
i;
is,
IU,
a,
u:,
!t
ii.
-... .tif n 'i ii, ,i v l . , ii ii in c : i,r
J 'J j'K e.i! e Mei ihinx-l iiilnnls.
- - .,.-, I ' I IIVII Illl I HIlllll.
l'M-iil.r.v. it J nx, ii i r.us .t
liolcra iriiirin voirminic .
4'lliilerii. eolda, lironehlliu .
SII.. I.. I. .n...l.... . .
- V muni ji. hv, IMTIir ni?.,.
lleiuliM-liea, eii-k heiclache, vertlg
- -i" VII.UH9 siuuinuili- .....a
"''I'i'rt-sinil.orj.nlHfuI titriod....l
ssniteH, too tirofiise pfrioj.... J
1 S-Slll '........ .Ii.,i..i. I..
Kills Mlietim. Ersl.ela. Eruplioil
(lieiiiiiniuin. rheum lie pains J
"sa ,"rV,Ml "'. ehlll lecr,aKu
r.-"-i "r iMiwuinK- a
Wplillilrmy, and aore nr weak e J
m'i.V. V """iy ur ' "ronic, innueni
A.II "Kii rioicmeoiiiia
... . aril xisn.is, awe ni
SiPiierHl llelllllly, physical weal
lrillv and i"-alitr Sri'ruViVin'.""''
N'JS (l.4Sls.j, -ickliess fioill rldll
isiiiin-y.iiioi.akf. iirusel, ,.
.Ni riiiii, IS lilllly, seminal i
mi. ln...liitit .a .. . I
... I . i,pvinrarsM I
I Itelloxes, witHbne(iialiif poJ
29.
NIIS.M VI..IIII. ...t.L.
14
- ". i rimis, Willi spasms. I
V. ' ."i.ft ii i im .,.
IT ii IlY .) i' ,"iwnn,ai itus'Hancel
llf.'l.l lo rill In rue tliils), iiuiriireo
iirruneaimil ease, i-oulnliiliiK n
slierllle lor esery iiiiilliiary illa-eiiM-u
iHlillly laMllilcel So.iuul
lioolm unllrei lion .,. (icnotJ
.....u r niiiiijrini arati-lltiKia es,
u, sa ,, .. lom Ha ,J
,',,"; w;, wi i-rnnie lleiitp,
.... .... . urniK nun ur S'reseii.
mi" 'rcAlmci.1, in raisand nocsi-t
CllS.S . a., i
Litres Onrns. llrni.i-s. r.mn.ni.. l...
I br-.n, Mpr-lj.. Two In,- lir, Ktrarhe, NeurJ
RbMiniati.rn. LumUj(u. Piles. Ik its, bll
ton- f.jfe.. iilee.hegiii ibe L,ngss P hi
ur ui i ih s.iiiii., i (eers, 111 i it ie,
1. ieu. I'. ... M . l,i.. 1. .
( si-Ai,u,( rstnedies, ei -ept I'und'a Kill
ibeiMiubtrtr, ! malt or cipress.ireo of ciil
.i irsmi'v ui ii.n nrirn. Auurci
IHJM!'II!tl-.Ya-Bl'KClFlC
' IIOMEOPATII1C3IEDICINE (I
unice and Depot, No. Utl Ilroa-lway, .NVw.rl
Foil HSLK IIV I. SCIR-il. CAIRO, Ills, I
SPECIAL NOTICES.
hatch r.i.oit'stii.tiHisYi:.
This ruper'i Hair Dye tsthe tear isiurWl
-IVrle. Mr Harmless Kelialle and Insth-Mil
.Nod sjpioiatmi-nt. Noll d.cuicua Tints oil
l.lw.a.n, fl.l... Tl.. n n.. Ill . (1 . I
la.r Die pro.lu.-is IMMEDIATELY a spll
ur naiur i iirown. jsoea not eiairJ
kin, ti I le.neatl.e Hair Uean, SVift an I He
Ui Tl.uomv ml r. fr l Dve I
exild I v all Jruiru'isls. Facto, r in Rnn.l fill
few Yotk lanrSMso-llvl
CONSUMPTION.
ITSCl'RE AND ITS PREVENT.1!
RY DR. J. II. SCHENCK, M. JJ
Mssr atitimt.n buitf li.l tn.sed isnr f imh
dMlh tlru .ii iiii ittlii-r rruM.fi llian tin. ni-ir
nf known and lnUKnbir r-iTeri nu-arisotcll
lliosu 'irar aiul rutur to umnr an.l Irti-nus
skvptnir the dreamless slntnjcr Intij wtilcli.
tbjr tuiuilr aduiHinl
i)it..ioi:in ii. .-t iirArK'.s-.i.Mi'
Titi:ATjn:.T, is
n.laralle.ltliemelirn -w 1-irM'rcfjj
L-ii.ii- rtidulrM-. tni-r w il u i. l.avc fjlien
Dr hcheirk lias In bl. own ca-i .ritil s,1
nliprerer suOti "-lit t.Ul.tf rrs.a -, tlial r. I
Ity, l-r lil mii i:.-s and li.sf.lreetional "tfi
us. is iiiiirki-iii-1 I'ltnm iiitui Tiie r
In ibis ftju-in-iil tliirn Is notuln ire-njj
luuus. Tu nu iiiiiu I itio inraim is n'-",."
r.. ... ....,. , I,... (l.o, 1. ti i. ii Ihm.firirl tlm.4 iIn
suiitLile-I bj llrlnii and TlaiMa woras. 'I
tbeory of the euro tr Dr. hctu-nck a dumIIl-JI
is ns siinpir ii ii is uiiiBiiiiiv. .is ,..v7 .
nilii.siioanruiuenu lllscM.lf-ui.uiu x,ntiMU
'l f.M. .1 Tmil,.nn.f Xturtilrnke Pllll are .
f.r-l two wcjp-ms null whirn the clUOel ol'J
Iliu'uur IS 11-vS.llK-U. I ISO lllirus ill liiw isj-
oniisumml.m urliflnuti In itrsw-nsta and s It!
tluiialir illsinlere.1 lis.r. Hull ill Is conJl'J
tue iironcuiai tutiea -srm uiih". . ii
siumutli. Tlier restsmd lu tliu luurblnc ac-l
... . li.,,. lla... . I In. .lllmlna' I
ri-suit, nml tbo svltbiK lu, Willi all Its dlstti
lusyiuptuuis of I
CONrslIMPTIO.V.
TOc Mandrake l'lllsnreeompnsmtof oneofaJ
tare s nooiest niii-in rixinpiiiiniru i oiuim
n'UfV ii.i..4 till thn lilrjoil-simrtlllntf. Ultrii.a
prui-vrtlea ol calomel, but, unlike caIubioI, llM
"IXAVn NO riTINfl nnniND.'
Tlie' work of caro la now beslnnlntr. The
. ...... .............. ,.u. -I. it. iliuh. w..!a nn.l 1 1". I
I.U .IM IIIUWU. Hi;, . ... ..." " " " "
a I ..... nWlttl n-ii.t IIV.-I-
ii tlotk. Is wound up. It unmses f nun Its tor'!
Ur. 'llio sliiiuucn ncis resiainaireir. ami
putlcut begins lo feel lUat bu Is Kettles", at I
a hui'I'i.v or :oo nLooirl
Tbo pen-weed Tonle, In conjunction with
...II- u. iti.a unit .. ..llTlltul... Will, tllA 1
Cliillliwai-iii Is unw iirunrt-ssuiK without Itsju
.-(..ii inrtiiri s. f ilirc-stl. m liec.jmi- painless W
tlio euro Is seen tn tn' lit band. Thi-ro Is nn I SJ
Itntulenee, no exacerbation or tuo slomaca.
' ' - - - . ..... TI I TI...IHnV ..J
uir vuuiu . in.- i;ii-an ni'-'i'i . . il
nl.n tiv itn Inllllk-l-fit. futllLT 1(1 t-UtTLTlUU
bclienck'a I'uluionTo fctrup comes In to p-rj
lla lunclloim uuu 10 nusien unn cniuiuci-i
cure. It cntera at oni-o Un Ita work. M
cin not oo tnennxi. is ti.ii.-i.-is i.m ii-.i.
IIH'.Tirni un- ui..-'i , ----- -
In ihu forruof t.-utlii.-rlnKi.ll preparea tlien
expectoration, and lot In u very anon llini
..,,.1.. i iiiiinm.hrKl. thn rotten throne tt.f
eccupied Is rt-uuvnted und made new, uncl
Cilli nt. In all tho dlunltr of ri-calned r itor.--a
luitli lu enjoy tliu niuubood or nomanliood a
was
(JIVF.N l?I AS I.OHT. ;
n-i.. -Anmi iiiincr ts. thn tiAtlenta must its'
. ..in tin.. i..ivri.)li it la almos
. ..-.It.t niacin lulling COld Wlll-n tllO I !1
nro i nel, hut It must ba prevented oi a-'J
tin n-.l bo i-necte.1. fresli air and ''dink1 I
i-si'ci-Udy In ilila section or tho country, h
fil l and winter aeasiw. nre nil wrona. ...
rluna who ri-cuninicnd ttmtcourao losqtheljl
tlents. If their ImiKsuro liauiraist-aeuii"'
tecauso iiicjr uro in ino uuusu V1"'. V! !
... ....I..I . I in. mini irnllr nhnut tnO
as much and aa fast ns 'bo stroneth wm Uijl
well: ThVs bui Tu : creat deal to do with the i
tlie, and Is tlio iire.it Wtoito vaiB.
"in uespuir ui t-uiii uiii.-.
...itiihtv
in thu worst ense;, and moral "1
II Slhora. la sinful, ilr-jjchencj r
iinent tn tlio Faculty ofhla 0u J
iuluiy In all others,
...ii.tf Mlfit.iini.nt tn
I"' ... .1..... ......In.. ...irri.f
"2. .' """..I'rZ.V.'i.; .. in llm lait its
enu Id It-ei ineiu I1!'"'"'"."!. : intit
Ther aiKin rliwued tbu tuutterln ruyiuukJlS
I w. uld spll up mure mail " Y,"ri"
jellow mutter every. inornlnK or a long Mm
"Aasoon ua mui .uenau "r52S.ni
fover. pains, and nlnht aweats allbeyan to
nu'. ami mr upinttllo becarnoaoitrealthiitl
wit idinicultr that 1 could keeplrurii c-atin
much. I soon iralnod ray alreoftu, and ,
urowii la nes i ever aince. .,w-I
"'1 was welithed ahurtiy after mr rccoWijl
added the Doctor, "tlien looking like a,!
saoieiuiii my wuikiiv ..u. ........
IKJuudai my present weliibt la twoliuiidrear J
Iwi-nly tlVB (Ji'i) pounds, and fur years 1 uavyg
JllJUU UlllllH-t t ui'iu-. lllMilin , M
nr. nuneni; im. uni'iiiuiiumi ..- i-.i-.v - lj,
visits t New-Vork und Dostou. Ilo or hle,J
Dr. J. II. Wchenck, Jr., ami eontinup tn iw;:
tlenta at their olltco. No. Ii North With M
riillndclphiu.ovcry riaturdarfrom9A.i.loijj
Those who wish u thorouali czamlnatlons .
tho Iteaplrometer will bo cbargwl IS, 'i'hi i'
plronicler declaroa thu uxues condition nUL
r. ni... Kiid nutlcnta can rcudilr luara wb?
they are eurablo ur not. rj
The dlructlona for taking tho rncdlclntS
......... ... i hi. Intplllcrnni-a liven of a chllil.fl
low these dlreellnns, und kind Naturo will ififl
rust, exceptliia that In sumo emus (ho Mans 3
I'llls uro tn bo taken in increusod aoscss
tlirc-o uiedlclneanued no other uccoropanly
lllllll HI" UllipiU IH.llUlllMI ...M. HVVUIU-.
thuim 1'lrst creuto appettto. Of rctiJIS
fiealtli, hunger l tho most weieoino ayms
M-ium li nitiii.s. na It will coma, let tho ties
I nil u t onou ho of good ch eer. Uood blood it I
follows, Ihu i-outtu luosciia, tho nliihl aw
uluiled. in a stunt tuuo ootii ot tueso i
symptoms tiro gone lorover. , , I
Ur. Hr-tir-nck's meillclnea urn eonstnntlvkl
tens of thousands o( tuiiillli-s. AsuluxulvU.1
puriiative, ino Msnur.iu i-ius amn siuiium a
piirntloni whllo tbu ruhiK-nlo Hyruuua if
of eoualia und colds, mny be regurdvd as i
piiyliictuilo jgulnst lonsuuptlon m any fl
"prlco of tho Pnltnonlii Byrtip and .loaf
TYinli!. St. Mil bottlo. or S-7.11U liAlf iloii-n. I
druko I'llls, Mceuts a bcr, 1- iraalo by nil!

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