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" JOHN II OtU:RLr,JMilr jmjruUlh'ri
FmAr Moiinino, Octohkk 20, 1871
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TIIK I.OI.I.AH WKKKI.Y Mlfl.l.KTIK.
John It. oUfly o. nave reduced
..rudonpr.reof.lie UVekly Cairo l.nlletl,, "
r-riuHli' m Southern Illinois.
for R.r.-iU!iJlflii?rnfjrtli' SIMi-M
S. S. HAYES.
Kor State, Senator,
WILLIAM G. BOWMAN.
Kor Treaurer.inl Colli- 'lor,
JOHN P. HELY.
Tin: New York Standaiid sug
gests a statue to Horace Greeley.
Jj.vtk Telegram to tno iew
York Herald asserts that the last Gcr-
man expedition have discovered an open
Polar Sea, free of ice and swarming
,am,.1l, Maine. Port.
land maidens smothered Ucn. Urant
with kisses. If this wore only the Folid
truth instead of a figure of speech, how
grateful sensible people would have felt
to the Portland girls I
Gov. Palmer was in Chicago dur
ing the current week, and while there
made a speech before the republican
central committee of Cook County ad-1
visinc a citizens' ticket in the pending
rahvass fcr city and county officers. 1
His excellcncv was brief but pointed
in his remarks.
TIIK l'EOPLE or .maise who saw
Gen. Grant on his recent tour through
that ptate, were disappointed in his
looks, and called him "that ordinary
' looking man." Gen. Grant it a very
ordinary man, but he is the most extra
ordinary humbug to whom the people
have ever given honors and position
A Pait.h in Indiana asserts that the
democrats of Texas indignantly refused
to accept the new departure, and won.
Tim ilfiini-.cruU or Tuxux, in the most
explicit language, accepted the new
condition of affairs, and in making
nominations (-elected candidates
for congress of undoubted miioni.-m
men who, with sword and cannon, had
fought the advocates of tho pestilen
tial doctrine of secession, which is the
long and the short of the platform of
the troublesome Bourbons
A Coalition of the democratic and
republican parties in Chicago and Cook
county is probable. The following
nominations has been decided upon :
Mayor, Joseph Medill, of tho Tribune ;
city treasurer. David A. Gage of the
.Sherman Jipuse; judge of the superior
eourt, .'no. A. Jameson; judge of
the circuit eourt, R. V. Ayer; city
collector, Geo. Van Holten ; couuty
treasurer, Chas. A. Horn. As there
are not offices enough to supply the
great demand, there will doubtless bo
The Democrats of Jackson county
have nominated Judge A,V. A. Lemma
for the legislature, to fill the vacancy
occasioned by the death of Hon. Mr.
Sihwartz. A better nomination could
not have beeu made. .Judge Lemma
is a man of ability, full of energy and
poa-csscd of a remarkable hound judg
ment, lie has labored with great in
dustry for years for his party, has de
fended it against all comers in n com
munity noted for its radical bummers
and bullies, and has done as much, if
not more, thau any other man to keep
tlio late " homo of Logau " in tho
democratic ranks. Ho will, as ho
hhould, he elected by a good round
Till lllx.... f .1 1 . . .
"wi.r oi tue, iato election in
i exas aetouished and stunued the radi
cals. Herndon, democrat, in the first
uihirici, was elected bv over 4.000 ma
jority ; Conner, in the second, by over
ly 4,000, and lUueock, in the fourth,
by over 5,000. lUwdou u a young
mau, a lawyer of superior taleut and
spotlOBs character. Lounur U an n
diuna man, and was an officer hi
union army. Giddings is a Peuusvl
vanian who fought in the rebel army.
Ho has resided in Texas thirty years
Haucockis "native and to the manor
boru." At the breaking out of the
lato war, being an uncompromising
union man, he left his home and be
came a brigadier-general in the federal
Gkn. VZVXBJ.VGE, the republican
candidate for oongrew for the etafe-at-
In rce, in one of (lie weakest men Intel
Iceltiilly, in Illinois. It is currently
rriiorlcJ, and believed bv nl' '"' nc'
(juainlanccs, that lie did not know his
sex until ho became the law partucr
l iiyra iirauwcii, nnu um, wuun no
ilid arrive at tlio iiirorinatioii, lie was
compelled to admit that Myra was n
better man than ho. An advocate of
"woman. rilitn" in the most ohjeo-
Jlnnnhlo meaning of that term, he swears
:L' tV..,,... ..,:(n;o
Hip sotiimiiess oi wini naunuiig uawu s
He has reached
tho ultra radical
inni of the day. Tho practical wor
kincrs of his doctrines would destroy
insrriiigo, break down all tho barriers
between the sexes, and make the world
a grand house oi prostitution, lawless
AUK rUAMUK i' ARM Ell, pie CIIU
uently the farmer's journal of the west,
has ri.en from its ashes among tho Chi
cago ruius and is again sent out to its
thirty thousand patrons. The destrue
tion that overtook tho Farmer office
was complcto nothing saved except
its list of subscribers and a very fow
papers of comparatively Bmall value,
Hut strength, spirit and purpose seem
to be developed in inverse ratio to tho
destruction of its material possessions.
It first issued a little "fire sheet "
next, one that would, in any but this
golden ago for newspapers, bo consid
cred a very respectably sized journal,
anunext wcck win do issueu in its om
form and lacking nothing of its usual
interest and variety. The Farmer ap-
peals to all its old patrons to show
themselves "friends in need" by re
ncwinS thoir 8os''Pons and paying
In an editorial headed: "Tho Con-
' stitutional Issue for 1872," tho Mit
tour! Republican, of tho 25th, instant,
argues that, whereas all efforts to ex
alt the questions of tariff, reformation
of the civil service, disposal oi the
public lands, the currency and taxation
" to their legitimate position before tho
1 people," have been failures,
therefore it must be evident
to every person that some other qucs
tion, more important than cither of
these than all of them demands set
tlemcnt. " The explanation of the fact
is," says the Republican, " that wo
are in the midst of a constitutional
' controversy, and constitutional qucs
' tions, even with so practical a people
' a ) ourselves, must alwavB overshadow
1 mere measures of taxation, tariff and
I ' finance." In this controversy, the
I Rejmbllean believe?, the democratic
1 party cannot susceed, and adds : "If
1 1 the Democracy as a party withdraw
1 from the presidential contest, this vital
' constitutional issue would come
1 the front of iff- own accord ; it would
find its representative in the person of
some eminent Jiinerai Jicpuulican.
' and it would receive that conclusive
' settlement which tho Democrats have
' again and again demanded, but have
' failed to secure."
The Passive Policy, suggested by
the Mittouri Republican, has not re
ceived tho endorsement of many demo
cratic journals, but the discussion crea
ted by tho proposition has developed
the fact that there is considerable dem
oralization in the democratic ranks a
disposition to hesitate before going for
ward. This will never do. We'must get
ready for the battle of 1872 must
show the world that the democratic
party is yet a bold and aggressive or
ganization. The defeats in Pennsylva
nia and Ohio will provo to be blessings
in disguise. If we had succeeded, tho
eadcrs of tho party, confident of suc
cess, would have blundered, as they are
too apt to do, and into tho cauvais of
72 wo should have plunged rccklcsB-
; out of it we should have come de
feated anaiu. But now wo know thero
is not u trick to be lost that the came
must be played both skillfully and
carefully. It will, of course, be neces
sary, in order to secure success, to "go
1 back on tho cappcr-bottombed office
seekers of the democratic organization,
and, in referenco to the candidate,
adopt thu suggestion lately made by
Senator iilair, but wc do not believe it
will be possible to induce the demo
cratic party to hold aloof from the con
test. Undoubtedly, it will make i
nomination, and should do so, and tho
chances are in favor of its winning tho
tight. ith au unobjectionable candi
date, oud ho on a sound platform, there
is every reason for believing wo can
route tho Grantitcs and secure a deci
ded triumph for constitutional princi
J iik Uhicaho Tim km of Monday
I contains a utartliuu; Moryoftho burning
I of Chicatrn. n .in.....!i.i l ! i .11
n "i 'ii wiiu mm iiiiiiruunmii
'tafirnt reading, hut which is not dc
void of thcHtainp oi truth, and which
CflMft fill- Ik...... A
----- ...UIU llVan a pMB,Mg n,orcgt
ttvu. i.iv- mii!C,
The storv iu !n n,.. r.
, ... . lB J(Jnn ol aiJ
ynious counnunicj.tio.1, purporting to
uv wruiuu uj u mciuuer ol the Inter
nationals to whoso fiendish plot the des
uuvuvu vi vuiva(iju 10 juiu, 1110 or
ganization of tha Sociefo Internation
TllE CAIRO DAILY
n!o dates prior to tho election of Louis
isapolcon to tho French Presidency but
its plan and purposes wcro delayed and
broken up by that event. Tho object
of tho society is tho elevation of the
poor and tho depression of the rich to
n common lovel a communo, whero
all -hall have equal rights and privile
ge.". Hut the accession of Napoleon
III only retarded the workings of tho
society. It gathered strength in se
cret and tho reign of terror in Pans af
ter the withdrawal of tho Prussians
was the work of tho commune. The
headquarters of .tho society aro in Par
is ; but it has branch associations in
all tho principal cities of Europe and
in New York, Boston, Washington,
Now Orleans, Baltimore and Chicago.
After giving this history of the Socioty
Internationale, more in detail than this
hasty sketch, tho writer of the commu
nication says the plan for burning Chi
cago was made months before it was
carried into execution. George Francis
Train is a member of the Internationale,
It is well known that in a lecture de
livered by him in Farwcll hall, on the
Sunday evening before the fire, he
made this declaration :
"This is the last public address
that will nr. delivered within these
WALLS I A TERIUBLK CALAMITT IB IM
PENDING OVER THK CITY OF ClIICAOO.
MOKK I CANNOT BAY J MORE I DARK NOT
In quoting these words, tho unknown
"It was well for him that he clotod as
ho did, for thero wcro half a score of
bands grasping half a tcoro of pistols that
woum nnvo cnccKcu any lunncr uitcrAnce
Tho alleged plot for the destruction
of the city, and its results, is told in
substance as follows: Petroleum mines
were laid in'a score of places with trusty
men at each of them to touch thorn off
at tho right time. The fire was started
on Dekovcn street and before any steps
could bo taken to stay it half a dozen
other mines had been touched off, tho
direction of the wind favoring the idea
that the course of the fire
and its swiftness was natural.
When the flames had reached the
river, a mine on the South side was
touched off. This, if tho story has
any foundation in fact, explains the
mystery of how the fire got across the
river. Then the gas works were fired
and tho Van Buren atrect bridge ; then
a house on Wells street, and farther on
another one ; and then Farwcll hall.
From this time the course if tin. fire
was assured. The writer of the article
claims that his part of the work was to
explode the powder magazine on South
Water street, to which a train had been
laid, but that a sudden touch of human-
itv caused him to hesitate a moment
when tho powder brigado arrived and
removed the powder. When, through
the superhuman exertioim of the popu
lace, tho fury of the fire would seem to
bo stayed, il would bo kindled in a new
place by the everywhere present Inter
nationals. The waterworks were fired
while the fire was still several blocks
away, to cut off every chance of stop
ping tho conflagration.
The foregoing is an imperfect sketch
of the remarkable confession given in
the Timet, Tho writer says he was
impelled to make it through remorse
aud an overloaded conscience, but that
having made it, he does not expect to
long cscapo the vengeance of the In
ternationals. He asserts that of
tlio.'c in the plot, seveu perished in
flames they themselves had
kindled, two were maimed for
ife, and ho himself plunged into
the river to escape.
t& In England, whero experimental
ngrieulture is carried to an extent almost
tiknown with us, tho invention of rntth-
hU of irrigation has been very Ingenious.
At St ok 0 1'n rk a tract of twenty acres Is
Irrigated by nrlitloinl ruin, the system bo
ng quite successful. Tho water was ftp-
plied every night lust summer in ahowers,
excepting when natural ruin made It un
ncccsury. Tho upparutus consists of
tpes hi id iu tho ground, supplied from un
elevated reservoir, into which water wus
pumped by machinery. Tho llnunclul
xhibit made by the results of tho experi
ment Is said to be u good one. Tho inter
est on thu money Invested in tho necessa
ry machinery, und the cost of operating
it aggregated $05 per acre for tho cntiro
tract of twenty acres. Likowiso tho in
come per aero aggregated $200, being
mudu up of the proceeds of one crop of
grass and grazing In Autumn of 1870, and
two crops of buy In 1871. Tho not profit
was thus $105 per acre. On hni of tho
samo tract and sumo character, used for
tho samo purposo, but whero the Irrigation
was omitted, tho not profit per acre wus
The Jewish Rabbis of Frankfort
have sot on foot a project to bring togcthor
tho descendants of tho house of Israel, and
establish in Palcstino a auw Jowiih king,
dom. Hoveral wealthy financiers have en
gaged to furnish tho means for the under
taking, and letters of invitation have been
addressed to prominent Jows in Ucrmanv
and olsowherc. Tho organizers of tho
inovemont lntorprct tho passage of thu
Ilihlo "Return to me, and I will return to
you,", as an intimation tbut when tho ho.
brew race aro rcassomblod in Judua their
ancient glory and prosperity will bo re
stored to them. Whether tho Sublime
Porto has been consulted Is not known.
BOr The abolition of ilavory in the vast
Lmplre of Brazil marks au oru In thu pro
grcssof civilization, By an ovurwhel
ming majority tlio extinguishing act.
which bad previously passed thn lower
BULLETIN, FIRDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1871.
Homo, passed tho Brazilian Senate on
the 27th of September, thus leaving tho
Spanish West India Islands tho onlv part
of the Westorn Hcmlspbero that is black
ened by tho accursed blot. Tho President
of the United States, who resolutely set
his face nunlnst tho liberation of Cuba,
is responsible for the only rotnnlns of flav
or' that now oxlstln tho Western World.
JCttf" A sad story of official murder comes
from North Providence, K. I. William
Ward was nrrested for creating a slight
disturbance on tho highway, and was
locked up for Dip night In an Isolated po
lico station, in which, It seems, no officers
remained after dark. Tho negligent po
liceman who placed Wnrd In confinement
allowed him to retain in his possession
matches, a pipe and tobacco. In tho morn.
Ing the prisoner was found crouching In a
corner of his cell, suffocated to death by
smoko from his clothing and bedding,
which had caught flro from the matches.
With It srloonvy nttrnttantM, low astir
It' denri union, li volnnlarjr tmlulon.
Ion or mrtueti, npriiimtrrbcra, lona or
Dowfr1 dliir brail. Iom of memory.
nml threatrtirl Imnrlenee and IMIxv
elllU, noil n loverrlaa cure la Mum.
n iiomeopatmc nprciae no
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onJc at the roots ot the matter, tone up the yt
tern, arrest the dUohargei, and Impart rigor and
ncrr, llle and ritalltj to the entire man. They
hare cured thousands of case. Price, i per
packtgetot (Ire boxes and a large fi rial, which
b very Important iu obstinate or old cases, or SI
Etr single box. Bold by all druSglstf. and sent
r mall on racelot ol price. Address llutnnhrpr'
Hpeciflc Homeopathic Medicine Co., ta'2 Ilroad
way, r. 1, i-. fcunuil,
aiigiam owawiy Agent, uairo, Illinoia,
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KOIt 8ALB IIV I'. KCHl'II, CAIHO, Ills,
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DR. J. II. HCHENCK, M. D.
tiSTTIIE CAUSE AND CUItE Of COIfc
KUMITION'. Tho primary came of Consump
tion Is derangement of the dlgratlveorgana. This
derangement produces deficient nutrition and as
similation, Ily .f Imlbilon, I mein that proceae
bynhlchtho nntrlment ol llin food It convtrtod
Into blood, and thence Into tho lolida of the body.
Persons with direction thna impaired, having the
illghtcat prcdlaporlttan to pnlmonary dlteaao, or
If they lako cold, ulll be very liable to have Con
sumption of tho Lnngs In wmo of Its forma ; and
I hold that It will lie lmpoi ilblc to care any tiaa
of Consumption wlthont (lrt restoring a pood
dlgcitlou aud healthy arilmllitlon. Tha very first
thing to bo dona It to clcaiitc tho (tomxeh an4
towels from all dlwaaol uiucnt and tllme which
are clogging time orgim a) that they cannot per.
form their functions, and then rouao up and re
ttorc the liver to a healthy action. For this par
lJit, the snrcrt and beat remedy la Bcbenck'a
Mandrake I'lllt. There Tills clean tho stomach
and boivclt of ail the dead and morbid slime that
lacaurln? dlteaio end decay In Ihe wbolo rystem.
They will tlesr ont the liver of all dlieaaed bllo
that hat accumubted there, and aronae It up to a
new and healthy actlou, by which natural and
healthy bllu la rccrctcd.
Tho ilomicli, bonrI, and llverarc thus ciraiised
by the um; of tkhenck'a Mandrake i'llla ; but there
remains In the atunuch an cxecrs of acid, tho or
gaii it torpid and the appctltcpoor In the Low
cla, the iacteah are weak, and requiring ttrength
nndanpiHirt It it In n condition like tbla that
Schenck't i-eaccd Tonic j rovca to bo tho molt
valuiblo rrroeily ever dlacovcred. It it alkaline,
and lis uic will neutiallxe all excea t of acid, mak
ing the itomach sweet and lrch; It will glvo
permanent tone to Ihla Important organ, and crc
ato a gd, hearty apciltc, and prepare the sys
tem for the flrat process of a good digestion, an
ultimately make good, healthy, living blood. Af
ter thlt preparatory treatment, bat remains t
enro most cases of Consumption it tho frco an4
pcrsctering uso of ikhcr.ck's l"uunonlc bjrup.
The I'ulmoulc Kyrup nourishes the system, part,
f.es tho blood, and It rrailily aborbcd into lh
circulation, and thence distributed to the diseased
lungs. There Itrlpctn alt morbid tnatlers, wheth
er In the form of abcecs or tubercles, and then
artists Xatnro to vxpcl nil tho diseased matter la
tho form of frco expectoration, when once It ri
pens. It Is then, by the great healing and purify
ing properties of Schcnck's I'ulmonle Hyrup,
that all ulccra and cultlcs aro healed np sound,
end my patient la cured.
The essential thin; to be dono In curing Con
sumption Is In get up n good appellto and a good
digestion, to that the body Mill grow In fleth and
get strong, If n perron lia. diseased lungs, a cav
ity or ab.icss there, tho cavity cannot heal, tbs
natter cannot ripen, so long at tho system la be
low par. What i necessary to euro is a new or
der of things, n god ripcitto, ngond nutrition,
thu body to grow In flesh mid get fat: then Na
ture) It helcil. tho catlllcs Mill heal, tho matter
will ripen ami bo thrown (iff In large quantities,
and tho perron regain health and strength. This
Is tho true nml only plan to euro Consumption,
and If a person Is cry bad. If llio lnngs aro sot
entirely destroyed, or even Ifiuia lung it entirely
cone, if thero la enough vitality left In the ether
I havo seen many person cured, vtlth onlvtrnG
mn.l lunir. llvo and culov life to a nim old are.
This it Wiat SchcnckV Medicines will do to euro
L'onsiimntloii. They will clean out tha stomach.
sweeten and strengthen II. get ma good diges
tion, and glvu Nature tho astitlanco alio needs ti
clear tho system of all tho disease that Is In ths
lungs, whatever tho form may bo.
ngs, wnatovcr ino lorm may no.
It Is important (list, vtbllo using Schenek'i
Medicines, caro should bo exercised not to taka
cold: keep In-doors in cool and damp weather;
nrotii iiigut-air, nun iaku mu-uour excrcitu omj
Iu a genial and warm sunshine.
I with It distinctly understood that when t re
commend a patient to bo cnrrful In regard to tax
log cold whlla using my medicines, I do so fora
special reason. A man i ho haa but partially re
covered from tho cflVcl of a bad cold Is far mora
liable to n rclnpo than one u ho has been entirely
cured, and It Is prcci.uly tho samo in regard to
Consumption. Ho long us tho lungs are not per
fectly houlcd, lust so long Is there Imminent dan
ger or n rail return n tno uisease. Hence It IS
that I ao strenuously caution pulmonary patient
against exposing ineniseirca to no utmospuers
that Is not genial and plcnrant. Confirmed Con'
sumtittvca' iiiuga nro n mnss or sores, wuicn in
least chango of ntmnsphcro Mill Inflame. Tha
grand secret of my success with my medicines
conslsta In myiibllily to subiluo inflammation in
stead or provoking It, ns many of the faculty do.
Au iutlinivd lung cannot with safety to tlio pa
tient bit exposed to tho biting blasts of winter or
the chnliu wliiiU of spring nr auttimu. It
should ho cirefully shielded from nil Irritating in
fluences. Tho titino.t c.l'ltlnu should bo observed
In this particular, ns Mlthoiit it n euro tinder al
most uny clrciinistanrea Is tin liuKisslblllly.
The person should bo kept ( n n n holcsomo and
nutritious diet, und all thu nudlcluea cuutluued
until tho body has icstnrul to It the natural
quantity of flush oud etmigth,
I was myself cured by this treatment of tha
worst kind of Consumption, and havo lived ta
get fat and hearty theru many years, with ons
lung mostly gone. I lino cured thousands since,
ami very many Imvo been ctuedby this tnatacat
whom I havo nover seen.
About tho 1st of October, I expect to tako pos
scstlon of my new building at tho northeast cor
ner of Sixth and Arch ritrects, whero I shall bu
pleased to glvo ndvlco to all who may rcqulro It.
Full directions accompany all my remedies, s
that a person In any part of the world can be read
ily cured by a strict observance of tho same, ,
J. It. SCHKNCK, M.D., I
HURLUUT & EDSALLi,
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