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THE CATRO DATLY BULLETIN TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1871.
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i' ir( I'.nitnU fan nit i until. M ftnrltti i out-
rt',rn on nu m.jrfig hi inrerrsi hi it" V":": '
tilth nmtrt an.1 inrrinmin nrrwfli.on, it'
In mUHtt Me iintmnmit ol
Mtttlgtnl 'rtrtrr$ ami
tnterpi litno ofsrn mm.
TIIB D0I.U1I WF.H.Kt.V lWll.r-r,s'
John II. Ol-etly C... nave red"";' 'I", , ,''
,crl.d.nn price pf the Weekly ", '
per published in !oiiiliiTn flimol.
DoT The J'iriJ .ArW puMIliM tlio
following letter, .l.lrccl I.y Henri
Eoclicforl l" tho counsel wli.tilclcmleil hint
l.of.iro tho Court .Martin! : "Allow tue,
my dour defender, to oiler ynu u collection
of Hint l.anterne wlilcli i uppoc1 to lmvc
brought mi so iiiucli formerly nml which
cot mo n ilnr to-tlny. Thnt wlilcli
trouble mo In tlio ciiliimnlos of nil descrip
tions Hint nro liurlnJ, not only nl mi', but
nli-n ngniiiH my family, oven to
my children, In thnt In them 1
imagine, thnt I porccluvo too vnguo hopes
of thnt regime which was believed
to be (lend, nnd which 1 hnvo tlio rcputn
tion of htivlnp; burled. Everywhere tuny
bo seen pepping forth thoo political nud
lUcrnry mushrooms, which n HonnpnrtWt
dunghill nlono rnn produce. I expect
every di.y to henr that Nnpolcon 111.,
having resumed bis donmln, litis pro
claim, d un amnesty, nnd, niter having
been condoned by the republic, I nm now
uietiiiccd with tho fur moro terrible ml
furlunc of being pardoned by the empire. "
lay- A Pittsburg, Pa., dcspnteli 'Intel
tbnt Pcrdltmnd do (llminez, Spnnlsli
charged Affaires nt Home, nnd .Mis Leila
Addison were mnrried on Saturday nf
ternoon, tho ceremony 'being performed
by tho lit. Rev. Bishop Dominie. The
bildogrooin was represented by proxy, tho
Into rflme .Minister nvnlltng himself of n
privilege granted under the law of the
church, nnd nppointcd' nt brother of the
br,lo to reproient biin. The llitliop ays
lint tins is the nt ccromotn Jof tbi Vind
cvr performed in this country. Mthough
r;t uncommon In Knrope.
Cu5 A mMi wAioncetrnvellintbiough
the Stnte of UHnois, nod coming to ft ferry,
r .1 being out of money, the foUowlng col
i y took pluce betwetn htm vnd tbe
'v&n Terrymn 1 y. Mlter. live
r ;.s:.t iwoncv Ttav1 So tir
t L - . Cn ywiKiTow y ? Tr '.--r
N rrryjM.a l" y pt to
N t ' TttzymtM Ji, ibm yi lm&
-l - :y vkc txm ut, far it Kkt4
' ' 4ifisr(ic wkifV roc
J .r7.'. -t - Ml w AnsVtiat tbu titr
c v z ue V uv,-fnl5y tsU. Tbe
. - . U rrrts. Tory iik
ieL?4i iht Sank I'-tiif, prw
s it. i ttw r- xlhaafibd otWr -ro
il-w tti: trerr baia lssc viil I
-S3 ftia a ehij lfore Tebrairx
contemporary, records that
(ta young girl at Gren L'r, Vi'is was
c mg courtel by n nice younj wan. He
sva generously it.clined, and made her
I 'o tuts of hair oil, which bo purchased
i n tho tore of the father of his adored.
After giving her roue twenty bottles of the
oiPfti iou , fluid he discovered he wns
working in it circle as fast as ho presented
' -m she returned them to the store, thus
u .,'fullv making trHdo for her father.
fcf Tliu nntionnl food of .Iiipnn i flsh.
Ti v ,i n jt an ocean or river crunturo
) no .Iunneie do not cut. And mol
f. fi,h sold nro not deal fish, but liv
g jumping, wriggling il-li, So much
- i'ji :i;bt jf fUhet Unit, on u curtitn fes
i ilny. every family thnt li-.s hnd it boy
t d ,r ng the yenr, hnngs out n grent
f td tlb to lo.tt of it
t?"A untrymati who visited (ireeii-Te-.n..
hud hit attention attracted
glittering sign of the Andes Insur--npany.
He looked at it long und in
' a'i then broke out In Joyful cxcln--i
n Well. I knowed o'd Andy would
c ! methin' afore long; I toll yer, they
- ki-cr, him down no, they cant- ' nnd
JaJIt is estimated that upwurd of thirty
t." j-anl southerners have settled in New
Y -k cuy since the downfall of tho rebel-
" Siulhern gonerals, colonels, mnJor
i.r j aptains aro almost us common in
Ur ,wny as they used to bo in lllchrnor.d.
t4JMr Gladstone Is said to bo a great
p.ds'.r,an, and as proof of his powers, the
i. r i .n uMt says that, when returning
irjm m re ent official residence at Ilalmo-
m. v a.u u, waited the distance from
u v.,UT8i iwenty-six miles.
vt ns t c-. 7r: '
' ocm uas u-cn reducoi
this year J,76t,,ti5. The whole debt is now
fVio.u.v, ft which over t, 19,000 bears no
imnrnii Hin lirlJ..u. t .....
....v,v., ... ...., r, Lfllng MUn,.a 1)llt tb()
-l"kv 'Zl . "'
tfST victim of Ur. tin-ti.v . i,,.,i
If Horace l,j written
on tho wall in luvviJ.
JI Ulia..ur would, have Leon a good dul
more scared than he win."
. . . ... . . J '
toTA TenncKsco woman recently re-
lrt.nnl her husband from tho Btato prison
by walking 150 miles to Nashville, with a
eiilld III her arms, and hskini: the eov
ernor to pardon him,
Cfctr,Tho AVIniilpeg trappers hnvo been
bailing their truiis with strychnine, und
tho result is thnt the furs tuken from the
animals caught soon thud their hair and
Kay" In one half-column tho San i'ruti.
chca.lrn quot. from the Devil Oully
poitor,iho Vnnkeo Kli t Adrcrlifer, tho
yew .lerninlcm Gfoiiriet, nnd tho Murdcr
S llfir A project fo7Tti.itlf.fr H"" Wnvk M"1
Cnoplnn fen by n cnmll"n(j.ii"8 iho nl'
lention or tlio llumln Koveriimci.t. Tho
His rec.i'!"''" n llnltllliorr pnpei
Umt Columbus AVct hns been i.ppoinle.1
poMnmilTor n nelKhborlng village, rice
,uo(l. HeneMe, mnrried.
COT Two hundred nnd llfly thoiimnd
jur worth of Hugcnle Vorhucl'" Jewels
now ling in pawn in l.onilon.
BdyA ghiutly rumor my x thai (Inrrett
D.ivU lun been engnged to wrilo brief
pi.ri.griiphs for tho Atlniitn Sun.
Ctny.Soiuo of t lie most trusty lighthouse
keepers on tho Atlantic const lire women.
U-iy A " pnnornmn of the Chicago lire '
Is ulrendv nniionnccd.
IiKTTKH KIIOM ANNA-
hOI IIIHII.V ILLINOIS f.MO.V llltf.NTV
ANNA ANII II i:tl IINT KItflllflINO lll'tl
NIX M KN, i:to.
JCorrr'pninlonc nf 1 1 , CMto llnllclin.
Damn Naliiro has been over generous to
Union county. Sho hnsgiveii us good gifts
willi n lavish linnd. With n fortilo noil, n
splendid cllmati', imiiienso forrosts, incx
Imusliblo (jiiarrii'i, vast mines of coal nnd
minerals, thousands of acres of corn nnd
vhenl,nnd fruit orchards upon uvory bill
sido and In every vnlley, ourH l n much
favored bind nud our peodo ought to be
prosperous, contented nnd happy. Kgypl
Is tho M'lioiiyiuoii of nhiindaiico siigges
tivo of a hind tvhero milk nnd honey How,
w hero corn, wlno nud oil abound, whero
hunger, thirst and poverty nro unknown.
Yet, with nil her grnnd opportunities, her
nnturnl gifts nnd great rcjourcos, Cnion is
less progressive thnn she ought to bo! In
some respect she is slow, nnd bns not kept
step with tlio innrclt of Improvement I
Her best resource nro undeveloped, few
railroads cross her hills nnd valley?, not n
lithe of her mine hnvo over been fathomed,
vast tlolds of coal roiimin undisturbed, on
deposit for n future generation, nnd prim
eval forests remain untii.vhod upon, vnne
of her best acres.
In some measure, tlio lack of progress in
Kgypt t attributnble to inherent fogyism.
traditional with n. largo cln of her peo
ple. To follow in tlio .footsteps of their
fAlhcrs. to use tbe same Vind of farm ma
cbinerv, to efhew innovation and "new
fanglol ideas" to gatber ntonoy as tho
stones at the old spring gather iws with
no intent to wse but M&1y to hoard it, and
to Wk askance at new departure," l
ib normal oossditton f tx many of oor
TJe one cr?t esar lcV of tht
degree f prjrUy lissA Nortke: si 1 lli4
J s lie-, in sW rit ef rsiilr.sstsl coi7-
VTt hare ibt rrl lUinats Centrstl rs3
rottA. tliat inmioeslk eerfmcsMa mou
tier rut taffolx, Ymi UcVmc m typ
'liu.'t vhtcls .ftpMs -rjerttr. vfeif rowi
tbe um t 1it f t3X ssnr irslsK
3Vrn- Yt .UthV, r Vws "itvv jmIi
it- "i,i,rfi,f t.- rc.tnr.,.x,iv Onr prosperity
bbd ;9-,pr. 'vamiM.i durir; tbe current yea
. lnvir one va ttse miw aws 4 i
pri'j.rituir of lb rUcttus aih tbree
s.rge brick bieekk, iisi tif aaotlHr ussier
oa tract. Dan. DsrsV is ;nst aibing i
vers- lae steam crist to'.ll. It is built of
brick, sod fumi-bi iritb tbe lst isia-
ebinerr. Messrs. Hubbard Jc Finch hive
reaiodelwl, enhrgwl and greatly irapruved
their mills. The Alden Fruit Urying
company are putting up a ;20.CKI estab
li'limcnt, wh'ch will bo completed within
a few week-. Thu builJing, u thrte-rtory
brick, iidjuliu lirockmnn's plow and wagon
factory. This institution will tako in
from ix to eight hundred bushels of fruit
daily, from which it expels every trace of
moisture, thus transforming green into
dried fruit within u few hours. It will
furnish employment to u hundred pur-
son?, nnil nn excellent home market lor
fruit, berries, fweel point .?, Are.
Meanwhile n number of now bii-ine
houses have been added to our commercial
st recently, and a largo number f dwell
ings have been built.
Tlio northern wing of the Southern Ill
inois Insane Asylum, i lapidly approach
Tills constitutes about olio fourth of tho
whole building nnd will cost over two
hundred thousand dollar. It will, of it
self, be a stately and magnillcent timet-
uro, but, by itself, wholly utiles to tho
State u it cannot bo used until tho main
building is completed. Cnliiuo nnd rath
er debateablo tnsto has been displayed by
tho architect In ornamenting (?) this tdl-
ce. Tho arches over everv window and
loor aro compotcd of iilternnty wluto and
blue, bricks presenting a motley nnd
radical mixture of black and white.
There tire columns o f white brick nt each
projection and corner, and alternate
stripes of white and black running clear
around tho building, giving it u cross
b ined style, and looking very much us if
it was dressed in mourning for tho folly of
a "teilious and tastelesi," architect.
C(;I1 Mf vlMx U 11 '"oro quetlori of
taste, the building is ono of which tho
whole state may be proud. Thero is no
renson to doubt that tho legUlnturo will
lnuko tin n,,p,.0j)rimi0 this session to com
pleto the whole building. There, is not
rootn ' r ftnto institute, for tho insnno
for any nioro patients. Thero nro
llu"ureds, needing such care, kept out on
I tli.fin,,, m,C ..... 1
I ,." eniuy iiccomouauons.
, ' hM Is needed by tlio Statu as
"ueu or more than ny proposed work.
Mu,r. Shlnneck & lnln, tho contrnct-
or''' bav iloiui their work well and wo
ll0l U'ey will Ull) colllril(;l for ,,10
Polilicully, ev,.rvti,i1,K ()(lr
sturdy old deuioci u uru heeomlm. rather
too "jianlve." They take scarcely enough
Interest In p.isslng event in vnti.
The working of the ' primary eJ,.eiioiil
systsm in our county Ij unsatUfnct iry.
Judg lJowmun ought to Iiuve bad
thou.nnd maWlty In our county.
ITX TOR OUR I'M Kims.
AVhen Is n woman not n woman 7
When sho is n lllllo denr.
Tho surest way to lose your health la
to keep drinking other pcoj.lii's.
Itailways aro arlstoorntit.. Thoy IiiIi
every mnn to know his Htntlon nnd to slop
A noop-papor A mnrrlngo cerllll
onto. Tlio Intest edition of fill oil's I'aincs
A petroleum explosion.
A clorlcnl. error Tlio want of n(c)ciir
ncy. The diet of Worm! almost anything
What Is the worst Kent n mini can sit
A thing Hint should take woll with
Whvaro hens not Immorliil ? Do-
cause they have their neck twirled (next
world J in im.
Innocence! is like an umbrella when
onco lost wo limy never hopo to see It buck
It is suggested that tho II r t plcoo of
music poriorincd iiy Adam intiu liavo
been "Warbling nt'Kvc."
"Mama," said n llttlo bov who hnd
boon Kent to dry n towel before tho lire, "is
it done when it lirown.
How to make a thin babv fat Throw
it out of ii third story window, and it's
sum to ooino down plump.
" What would make a irood leadlnt: nr
tielo for mo to-morrow V " asked n wicked
editor of n wit. " A halter," wns tho sen
"Never iiilml the obituary, Judge,'
snhl n culprit when tho court l'eciiiiio pa
thellc In pronouncing sentence, "lei's llx
tlio time lor the Mineral.
Aii old gent put n iiietu upon h
voiltig man who chall'ed him about his
linld head in theno words : "Young man,
when my ho.id gets n soft as yours I can
raise haiV to sell."
Whv urn good women like l v? lie-
cause the greater tho ruin the eloer they
linir. Is v are had women like ivy?
Hecause the cher they cllnir tho irroater
An Irisbmnn, fresh Irom the Mmcrald
sle, upon seeiiu: a horse ruiitiini: nwnv.
exclaimed, "Oh, ho Isn't running very fast ;
ve seen a liorso run so Inst vou couldu t
-" How did you learn that irraceful al
titude .' ' said t gentleiiian ton fellow lean
ing in n maudlin fashion against n post. " I
have been prneiieinc at a glass," Wlis the
l.adv "Can vou wash nnd iron?''
Kerno'lie "Oil. Acs. m inm: but vour
place wouldn't sun me utiles you knock
olV wearing them long Holland dressc of
llaucbter Well, to tell the truth, I
do not think much of the close of the s-or-
ivton." Father '"Frobablv vou were
thinking nior of the clothes of the eon-
Sir Hovlc lUhe or.ee said. In refer
ence to won, all relation to each other,
put who nappenea to nave ie cieseeauant.
that -it emd to t hereduarv in the
farad v to have no children.'
A eountrvnian. ftrollinr theoach Xew
laottos rwennv. ttsnd in "hand with his
rcral nhvllK mrMUeat vc vi-H tbe circus
eic&mted nrtos tetinc a nonets at rt&tw
snspsjoded in one dxim rit More-, -1 1J
be istewd if tkssn ain't ike fciegc-t bswni
I r Me. Sefcoeyr
r-it.vi asi it: st 'T. raLHCB.
:t,-i U uK. K, JCai 'tm Jlsnmot,
We esea. As it b tbe eastern tf the i
rnot'if of the fii-le of Hhstis. ot Ke dar ,
aerirmted by public wi'.hority. to
Me Li tseir n
sa3 j.lLoef of worship, or bv
boeording to the coareieaee,
to cve thanks to the apresae Killer and
ilereiful l"atttr. f..r all ble"ing of the
Whekea-. The president of the Unit
ed State haf. by bis proclamation. dei-
nate4 and set apart Thursday, tbe thirtieth
day of November, '-ighteen hundred and
seventv-one, as a dav suitible to be ol.
serviJ by nil the jieoj ) of the L'nited
Mate1, iiiid dvvuted to thanksgiving and
praise to the .Most High. .Now, there-
lore, i, .Joiin m. JLalincr, governor
of the state of Illinois, do by this, my proc
lamation, nl'o de.ignnt'i tho Mild Thurs
day, tho thirtieth ol November, A. I). 1871,
n "one proper to bo devoted by nil the peo
ple to works that do praise "tho jiitno of
Almighty God, and let thanks bo given to
this iiamo that he has given us seed time,
nnd harvest j thai ho has given us health
and abundance ; that tlio poor and the
maimed nnd tlio stricken hnvo hnd care,
and that when the homes of thousand of
our pooplo were swept nwnv, hn inspired
thu hearts of tho pooplo in all civilized
liiiuK to contribute abundantly to supply
their w nuts.
In testimony whereof I have lu'relo set
my hand and caused the gre.it seal of tho
stnto to be nillxcd.
Dono at the city of Springilold, this 10th
dav of November, A. 1). 1871, and of the
independence of the I'nited States tlio
Signed .loiix M. I'.W.MKlt.
l!y tho governor.
i;iw.iti) llt'MMi;!., Secretary of State.
t Ii out 1 lie CI irkHvlllu ('IVnti.) I'lironicle
Tho lust Jlrownsville, Te.inesseo, States,
elves an account of tho murder of Mr.
Kilns King, a worthy farmer who lived
nbout twelve miles from thnt city. Ho
wns lying down on a lounge leading, and
bis wife sitting by him, when tho heart
less assassin shot him through a window
with un Knlleld rllle, tho bnll entering his
heart, killing him instantly, A negro
named Kdmond, n laborer on the place, is
supposed to bo the murderer, ns tho negro
.....l 1. l.-l.,..' i a. , l t .V.
mm ui. initu iiui.su nitu ML'Ull linking
since tho night of tho murder.
Tho negro Kdmond is about 27 years of
ago, weighs about 100 p:unds, and his feet
nro a llttlo deformed; ho U rnthor blnck,
and slow of speech.
Our exchanges should nivo an account
of this diabolical atl'air, witli a description
of tho villain, to assist in capturing and
bringing him to the end of u ropj.
fiSyJustin McCarthy writes from Lon
don of Joaquin Miller that lie would nc
cassionnllt, tuko n book with him to u din-
nor purl y, aim caiuiiy liiiorm tils liostcss
thai ho did so because ho did not cnrij to
talk to people at dinner, and preferred to
rend. 1 have heard that ho had amazed
a drawing room by suddenly seizing a
young lady'h ''hlitck hair," nulling It dowi.
until it hung in disheveled richness, nnd
thou covering it with kisses, on tho alleg.
ntiou that it reminded him of Hid hnir of
6OIH0 luved crenturo In another ellmo. If
Jouriiiin had been shot then and there It
would have been u clear easy of Justifiable
homicide, C-a womun went t tin, iluatm !
Ii Kansas City, and demanded fren ml.
n m,bn, whluli wns refused, whereupon
A STRANG K STORY,
A .arty oi whlto men Marled twenty-
seven years ago, to nxpbro Wcstoin Aus-
irann, aim navo never lieen henrd of ulnce,
Thoy wore headed byoiu l.oichnrdl, nnd
. .. . i , . , . . ' ,
nm tiNiiiiioii uitoiy una ucen Hint inoy
either fell victims to privation or to the
savages, Hut n strnngo tiiuuir comes from
Aiistrniin tnai Jjeiennrdl is still nllve, nnd
In tho nine kind of captivity in wns thnt
of the l'reiieliiimii, (lulnnnrd, among the
j'ntn', iinin. i no story is that ho has
become insane, and lint lonir white hnir.
A picked member of tho Queensland do
tectlvo police, una (Jilinore, wns detailed
sotno tlino ngo to Investlgnto the mutter.
no penelrnleil a long wny Into tlio wilder
ness with his scatchihtr nartv. and flnnllv
discovered whnt were supposed to ho the
remains nl a wiute man. I'Hr rensoni not
known, theso were nssunicd to bo the re
ni'tlns. of I.eichnrdt. Hut n pioneer, to
whoso slaleinciils tho Australian press
attaches much linnorlnuce. hns since de
clared that tho "innd white man " is in
tlio custody of n tribe of blncks, who live
far beyond the point to which (lllmoro'ii
Honroh pnrly penetrated, r.nd tho theory
that this it the unfortunate I.eiohardt has
again been revived. It Is understood thai
r.n expedition Is prelected, and that the
truth will soon ho mndo known, nnd the
jii'.xouor, ii imieed mere is one, rescued.
A VOtTNO WOMAN MI001M 1IKII HP.DUCKU.
A letter from Lincoln III., to the Ohlca
goy'our, snya that on tho 28th nil., Miss
Mary Ann hovlndoll. ncred nbout eighteen
years, while in thoollleoofHenson&Hlinn.
lawyers, shot Henry 11. Howell, of Prairie
Creek. Tho shot was from behind, nnd
tho bull entered bis right shoulder, nnd
enmo out nt the left brenst. It is fenred
it will nrovo fatal. After boW idiot Mr
Howoll wnlked n fuw stensnhout the room
lis olio dazed, unbuttoned his vest, taw the
blood oozing from tho wound, picked the
bullot up from thu lloor nnd hnnded it to
a gentleiiian present, remarking that he
was killed, nnd then sank upon" the lloor.
Miss .SoTlndell hnd ii sutit ngalnst Howell
for seduction, which had Just been coin
promised, and as Howoll was starting to
gel the ngreeincnt acknowledged by n
pnrly, the shot was fired without snylng
IIUANT MfMT UK IIKATKN.
I'roiu tlio Cuiirler'llrninri'al.
(ieu. (Hunt himself is not a Republican,
but a political ndventiirer, who llnds the
lladicalism of tho period useful for his
schemes of private greed and personal
advancement. If the genuine Repub
licanism of tho countrv, would save itself,
nnd the system which It chcrihes, it will
hasten to" form Into lino and try to brak
up the oligarchy thnt is fastening itself
uHin tho tten.'r.il tiovcrnnient. There I,
if husbanded with care nnd Imnilled with
efficiency, a popular majority against the
President's ore mnn party; nnd there is nt
thi moment no element in nnv part of the
Fnion which can be said to bo unwilling
to sacrifice it- predilections to obtain the
end desired that i. the defeat of Ornnt.
Cay The Charleston Courier sny: "Ro
len K. Soott, Governor of South Crolina,
hn issued a proclamation recommending
the 30th day of NovemWr as n solemn
thanksgiving to Almighty God for his un
numbered blessing. ' 'That
the people may assemble and make their
humble contribution and acknowledg
ment, remembering in their orisions the
desolate and ppre-ed. remembering that
, hf that knoneih Him t.th mercy on the
j poor. AnS ibroacn tbe boiy ana tmprots-
jve innaenc 01 ins- aci- o; aevoiion may
we be the better prepared t perform our
cuues .o yoa tns cu: .ruow -mf u. w i r-
s itt evil tad conquer tMnptatii-n. and ts
; com aore consecrated to everv pious ted
i ju.triotte.dGtr.' ! he ttink thf. we f
1 South Carolina eta furget that we sre t p
! prtH-sd Vt Scott, t.y mhras.1 law, and by
itise Jivtrtr. fhsrtte and disgrniu whiffa he
tacd mac !:ke him 1ilt(- hroogbt on our
j je 3e His prrriamatios but adjs in
i fiSoy lMwe it it & profanation of aK re
' lirioo rrt u hare the r"nirn-ndst:"n
f From the Trev Tinsc. 2ov
"Teninc a l&rr company cathered
, t the bcuse ol a youag lady it, AILauy to
witn! the cereinonvof ber marriage with
a yo'ng man of thu city. They waited
and wa"itd. but the young man" did not
appear. Finally a committee was sent in
search of him, "and after a con-iderable
aWnce they returned evidently dijectcd
md ditappointed. Tho explanation they
gave was as follows: It appears that the
c lerk is a member of the Jewish persua
sion, and his intended bride a Christian.
It was his intention to deceive the girl and
jirove faithless to his own creed by marry
ing her, but as tho moment advanced lor
the ceremony he became more restless, nnd
conscious of tlio net ho wns about to com
mit, it preyed upon his mind until he be
cnino uluiost deliilotis, About C a. m
yesterday ho apprised his parents of whnt
wa- going on. and thnt wns tho end of the
S. V A Ii T K R S,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
it rvi-ry ilcserlplUn,
LATH, SHINGLKS, CUDAll POSTS,
noons, .sash, uijnds.
S T K A M 11 O A T Ii U M II V. R,
Furnished on slmrlest nollcn.
Cotiiinurciiil-av, bet. 10th and Hth-Mta.,
HK Ah IM'AI'KAUCMT,
U. WINSTON & CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENT
71 (SKCONll I'LOon) OHIO LKVHK,
Huv and Ski.i. IIkai, Kstatk,
FUUN'ISll AllSTltACTS OF TIT1.K
S 1 ireFr Conveyances of Kind".
OAlUi L. THOMAS,
Is pieparod to do all kinds of plain nml urnn.
KALSO.MIN1NO, l'APKU HANGING
hlUM W KITING, KT U ,,
At tluu res v, Inch defy till cornpetion, and In the
lilKlicm btylo i,f tlio )tilntor'n art,
SHOP IK TlllCvEltUY HOUSE,
LUllNEH Or OOM MEHCIAX. ATJ5NUK AND
C'linflotcil .Miicelt ill, IHOO.
OITY NATIONAL HA Nk
A, II. fl.lKFOUI), Prrtmli-iiti
H. H. TAYI.OIl, Vlci..'rr.i.li.nt
. IIVMMJI', Hfcrrtnrv nnd Tseaslirrr.)
P. W. llSRI I AT,
II. Htiickh r.rif.
Ps 1 1. (). Hc.it ii,
W. P. lUmiiAr,
It. til, C'VIHIMIIItM,
J. M. I'l.ui.irs,
leioaltn nftiny Amount lleeel vest Irom
Ten t'essls) lltMtir(ls.
1NTKHKST pAld on tls-pniltn si thn rsln ol an
lirrcent. ttrr iinniim. Alnri'h Istnn.l Kim
tier Isl, Inlerot nut wlllnlrawn la Mldcil Immn
(IIhIpIv to the princlpil of tlm ilcjioslls, thor by
RIIIIIK lll.-lll , IMIIltlllllll ini.Tt 1.1.
MAKIIIEl) W0MK.V ANU ClltMlltKN MAY
SO Til Kl Nil QXt. II SB CAN nAH II.
Oiien nvrry hilslness lnv from !) a.m. Id .1 n.in.
and hnlnnlay eveninK lor MA VIM! lUII'IWlTS'
oiny, irom o in it o ciock,
imwitf V. HYHl.OT, Tresmirtr,
THE CITY NATIONAL
llltO I I.I.I.VOIN.
V. I. IIAI.I.It.AV, I'reil.leat
A. II.HAKI'Olil), (i.ililcr;
WAI.'IT.K IIVMI.dl', Ass,(i,t CisJnor.-
H mTilinii, ilorrnT II. CoHtsmttu
hcotrw intr, w . v. ii ti i nti,
Oro. I). Win twn, HrirnrN Illun
A. II. Ssttoun.
r.xi'liniiKP, Cnlii mill I'll I ( imI NIiiIcm
Ilnml IIoiikIiI nnil Hold.
I'VKI'O'ilTS rcerltod, and a Roneral lnklns;
J.J hulni"s iloar.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
o r V.K I KO.
ntMr.l. llfltD, Prfsldcnl;
r.OJlF.r.T V. M1I.1.F.R, Viee-Presalrnt;
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADK
nXnUME. ia, 1bV coi.- una t'anssj
Inlerrl AIIoisl on Time Ilrpnll
CO At. AXD WOOD.
WOOD : WOOD ! ! WOOD ! ! !
Tlit tiO'Jer'irE(l mil furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Cheap, II not Ctienpsr
Tha any wood dtr in Cairo. i,a!e nrdr
oq the slain at the I'ostofTic on! at Horn' coul
jurd, on C"tnmrcil armm-, ltwem Tmti and
Tnfih Hf t-, Cairo. Jllmoli. I girn gooii
measure and will crd the wood up If dfoirol.
auicin-tf J)KNIB IIAI.KV.
I. M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
Fll. Willi, is prepared lo deliver the dcil
, I'irii Wood and nlone Coal
IS AN V fAtlT OY Til K CITY,
And in any iiinntiiy demred, on hort police.
COAL DKLI VKKKIJ at $1.50 it.r ton
llFKICK-Orrr Iteerwart. Orlh A Co.'a rlnyr.
InodoorH above tha corner of Kltcbtb Hreet and
Ciirnmeri ilnieiiin, deotil
.Moil KuccfNtiliil, I'lipiilnr nnil Perfect
Ul the period nrv our w(ll-kii,wn
Ilotharoof the linpiest construction, and no
easily tnnnageil that wo Kuurantee them to uivej
An no article In the household nan ngreatpr In
fluenco In promoting the health, comfort and hap
piness of the. finally eirrln thnn the, cooking
Htove. it Ik economy nswell ns polloy logetllie
very best: mi, I In kuvlniitlio
Vou can rely on getlinp tlio most Hiieeeiifiil,
alar and perfect eooKina alovo ever made,
ion are alwayH tnironf bavlnj! Juicy, Tender and
DeliuimiH IleefntnkoD, Chiekun, Ham, Chops, etc.
KxcclKior Manufacturing Company,
UU anil Oil N. Main-Kt.,KI. I.ouis, Mo.
AND Al.Ii 1.1 VK KTOVK I) AI.F.KH.
C. W. HENDERSON, Agent,
Miln v r
LF.ll A Ii NOricn H hereby Riven Hint K. W.
hlltrldne, plalmill, bus cominriiced nn Re
turn to perlmt n dinlrrsi t Dr rent nj,lnst Joseph
ltnylioH, deloiuliinl, ill Iho circuit eourt ol Alex
Riidor county, in thu stale of Illinois, and Hint
Iho tune and plnee of the return of etumnnni in
tho case l,i tlm third Monday in January. WU.
at tho couit house In c;airo, lllinoiH.
10HNi. II AH. MAN Clerk,
COMMISSION AND l OlnVAUKIXO.
Ocncrnl Commission Merchant
m OHIO LKVKE,
J. M. rillLLlPS & CO.,
(Hncefiii.ori to K, D. lUndrlckn ;A Co.,)
Fonvnrding and Commission
I,llifral Advance? mi
Are prepured to receive, rtore an orward
ireiKiiis to all points and buy nut
nil on commission,
"business nllended to prnnipllv.
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 13-1 Coinnierciiil-avc,
MILLKIl t PAllKKH,
1'OHWA HDINO M KUCHA NTH,
DEAI.KnS IN I'LOUIt, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
A (5 K NTS ion PA I KIIANK'S SCALKS
68 Ohio Lr.vr.r., CAIRO, ILLS.
7.. I). MATIIU.SS. K. C. fill..
MATHUSS & UIIL,
axd u i:xr.ii a l
UK A I. En IN
HAY AND WKSTKHN l'RODI'Ui:,
Xo. 01 onto i.r.vi.r.
Cffirn VrYA Jt Salh AV...
JOHN R. 1MI1LLIS,
(Puessnr to I'aiker & I'bl'.lis.)
FO R AV A R I) I N G M K P. C 1 1 A N T,
DKALKR IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Aleal, Bran,
Con. TKNTH-ST. and OHIO LKVKE
CI.0SK & VINCKNT.
DEALERS 1 1ST LIME
CKHKXT, Pf.ASTF.lt PAItIM,
Corner Kliclilh Street 11 nil Ohio I.rtrr
W. Straiten. T. Iliid
STItATTON i BIIU),
(Successors toHlralton, llndsoi A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
$VAgent9 of American Powder Co,, and man
fac,turern RRenla for cotton yarn. Jy7lt
F. S. MURKAV,
GAS AND STEAM. FITTER
UA8 IlKMOVKD VHOM I'KItUY 1I0UBK
BRICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
OITOSITK WINTKft'8 DLOCK,
HI. ban Rrently improveil his atook, ai.d haa
now on baud ail Uiuda of
S II All KM, ETC.
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
0 the lowest livliiR flsuren, nnd he Invitca the
patronue of tho public.
WK bare reopened tbe Central Elevator, and
aro now prepared to bamllo (train with d:
palcli at rftlucAl rata, as lollowa 1
For receiving bulk grain, weltiblnK In and out,
IncltidliiK nve dnya' atnrasx, "o por bushel.
For eaukinii and trnnicr onedialf cent luldl.
For each ten days aflcr tho first live one-hall
cent per bushel.
J, K. WrCKINQHAM.
falio, 111., No. , 1JI, novV-Wt.
PAUL G SOIIUII,
j it r. .ti o v i: i. j
NO. 103 COMMKHCIAL AVKNUK
Whlllnher'M Olil Slnti.l.
Oitositk Atiiknkum, - - Caiiio, I t.t
tan oy UANII
A Ii L V A T K N T JI K I) I (.' I X K S
worth tiavltiK. Agent for
Kit I ri:ri:n toxic,
Wnrr.inl.-I the best Ferer Killer known In this
NO CUHK MONKY RKPUNDKU,
IUJCIMJ AND DANDKLION.
An eeee.:l rems-d) in all diseases of the J.
uvjr, ecpiH.iy, as i,oi nr loiter
than hetnbobl's. and tor
4 lil inr.sT toa
lliitniihrej lfoiiiesipl.nl hlr Npeelfle;
lllr well selected rtock of
Of eiery description cannil be
surpassed ly air esiab
llshment nl the
kind In the
O.UI0KKST ROUTK FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Lou 1 a, LotiaviLLE, Uikcixnati, Cm-
CAUO, . KW 1 OllK, UOSTO.f,
POINTS EAST AND WKST.
I'iseui;er trains arrive at and leaie Cairo at fol
H i.l 0 a. m .'It.'IO p.m.
1 it 15 p. in i!i. "I p m.
Doth trains connect ,i Centralla with train on tna
I'atis, liecatur, illocinink'tcn, Kl Paso, I.a Hullt,
llendnta, Freefsart, (islsna, l..ibiiUe, au l
kII isiinis m Illinois, Jlniouri,
Minnesota, A'ltconsin and
lows. And with
Lines running Kat and West lor
Louis, Hptjnuhelil, Imlanlle,
Ciui.'intutl, In'taoapoba, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Mlchljan Central, Michigan
r-outhem, and 1'ittsbiirK, Fort Warns
and Chtcsso Hrllroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, Huston, Philadelphia,
.Viagra Falls, Krie, Ilurialn,
New Tori, I'lltsburK, Ilalllmore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 1T1, train ll
ruh as follows 1
TBAlsa uotaa SOlTlirAIT.
Leave Virginia 0:10 a. m W -To p.m.
" hiiriuKtlelil :) " 3.00 "
" Taylorfllle 0.il iM '
Arrive at 1'aiia. 11:16 m 4:17
Willi 0011)0 ROaTRWMT,
Ki press Mall.
Leave r.ios 4.-")p,m Jio.m.
" T)lort.lle ..t:4 " M "
Arr.ve at!jprlnlield6it5 " C.OO '
Leave rtpsingileld f.:W " :I0
Arrlveat Virginia .M " .........k:ll "
TISS OOIHI, .tTlll4SI.
I.eate gdgewood 6:30 a.m 10,10 n.m.
" Flora H.lh ' m 11:40 "
Arrivo at bhnHneetown3:i.lp m l.li p.m
TiAtaa ooino soanmrtf.
Leave Sbawneetown S:t a.m ... .20p.m
Flora "M "
Arrive at Kdgewood 1:10 ......S.iO "
The6::w a 111. train from IVIgewood, runa only
Mondays, Wadneatlaynand Friday, and 6:4) a.m.
train from Sbawneetown on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and haturdaya.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton Hiilroaii. for Jacksonville,
I'elersburn, Mason City, a nd all colnts west.
At Hpritiurielii, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western ilallroad, bir
llloomlnglon, Chicago, und all points north, uortli
west and west, ,
Atl'una with Ind. and Ht. Louis, and Illinois
Central Itailroad lor all points east, south and
At Kiluewood with Chicago Division Illinola
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Itailroad.
AtHhawneetonn, with steamboats for Cincio.
ti, I'aduciih, Cairo and St. Louis,
OHLAND HMITII, Oen'ISup't.
Jon Fooairr.Oen'l Fr't and Ticket Ag'l.
S A JI WILSON,
punt 1 a
Ohio Lkvrk : : : t : Caiko, In.
oanaaa raoarti.T tllutl
0. J), WILLIAMSON.
Mi-Special attoutlon given lo consignments
and filling orders.
ORNER SIXTH and WALNUT'ST
(Entrance on Hlxtli-at.,)
F. J. Oakes,
11. (:. Cmlv.
E. II. Lodwlck
OAKF.q, CADV A CO. ?,a iirielor.