Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Cairo daily bulletin. (Cairo, Ill.) 1870-1872, January 05, 1872, Image 2',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JANUARY C, 1872.
JOHN It. OHKHI.T, IMilor and PuMleher:
FntiUT .Mornino, .Inn. 6, 18712.
il , htb, tjy wlrrttr,
i- i . Mh lit i.wil
T'i mmU,...... '"
S 1 .ioi.lt.li -
i . 'Ml. ....-.- "
. f !'
7 ,,"1 paper v! A Itmlf f tfX'l
,VA ' Mr-'"' ,JV'
' Li i i i liif fnf'""i "o il""'-
ii MfltxiirabiMf pity
,4ri no nfl
j ,,,,, , otwrlj Co. itota reduced the -
, .II..UP""! """ W-ruly Cairo llullil.n III
IMe tW '!'. IlinWtf It mo cheapest pa
poi (.iiWIhM In Southern Illinois.
CiOUi.niT, who took tlio place of Cut
nenzy in llio Husfian legation nt
Washington, lias now stciiteil oil and
maJu room for Scliirkoff.
cln-fW, moli c1m nvomglw ono hundred
men. Kvcrv loading vf' ow ,o'i',es
it Important to taw woman ujwn tl.dt
thnl l.. lW lonor of tlio ii' vdwipr f'r
jr.tinctton In ox, when tyW for vork
done for tlio jircM.
UB Ainonu Hi" recollections rovived
,,t Hie iivnt U"llI;iu college reunion nt
vr York citv M thnl of tlio suspension
f William Culluii Hryntit, font IliiRrnnt
vloliitinii ofnlio rulo or tlio collego. ills
otleii-e crmlsled In reciting n poem enti
tled "Tlmniitopsls," before It liml been cor-
rccted by tlio president 1 Tlio result was,
Uryittit graduated nt nle, nnu llio poem
wont forth to tlio world In tlio unfinished
condition In which the present finds It.
cnf-Thc Qitholic ll'orW tells tlio etory
ot Doelllnscr llnvt, when lioinner, oi
FnmUbrt, remonstrated with the yrcnt
Catholic theologian, ten jours ngo, for not
coiiiiilotlng bix "Church History," ho tc
piled, with n smile : "lou see I can't uo
that, for now my researches have urougii
mo to such a pass that I cannot make the
end of niv history tally with thu begin
nine?. Tho continuation of my 'Churcl
llistorv' would bo entirely Protestant."
It is believed that Attorney-General
Akernian has been retained by the ml
ministration to prosecute the ku-klux
cases before the federal courts.
GltEAT anxiety lias been exhibited
in Washington concerning the health
of tho president's father, since it would
be a sail event, for Washington society,
for the White i7onc to ba in mourning.
Tin: verbatim report of the congres
nional investigating committee ou ku
klux outrages will cost the government
10,000. This report shows that the
debts of the southern states has been
increased in an aggregate of 200,000,
000, while taxation has been incrca.-ed
in nrODortion. This is the result of
carct-bag rule in the south.
DaT At Danville, on Thursday evening
Dr. John S. Jones had been sutfering from
nn inflamntory tumor, nnd had nt different
times taken potions of quinine nnd inor
phlno to nllevlnlo pain. Ho prepared
potion Mondnv night, but it Is thought
that by mistako tho opiate constituted tho
larger part, nnd he died nt tho tinio nltov
noted f'jm its consequences. Dr. Jones
vns Cfl ,vmm of ngo.
Paf- Joaquin Miller Is six feet high, nnd
consequently doesn't like llttlo men. Ho
says of n character In his " Last Man In
the Mexican Camp" that "ho wns small In
stature, nnd therefore insolent and imper
tinent. ' He forgets that nil great men are
small early in ifo.
..m n llttlo extra nnnlnuso nnd Nils-
son wm so jo-dous thntsho scolded nnd
niiHcu nor poor coiienguo so ouirni;e'u'-
)y Hint Miss Cary burst Into tenrs.
iNiisson IS engaged to n J-rencmnnn
1th n long mustneho. but sho leads tho
poor fellow n drcnilful life. Tlio i roncn-
mnn is nnturnliy jenious, ntui, oi course,
Jcnlous or unpoui. i-npoum iovo miming
begins to toll on Nllsxon, who has lately
shown moro fondness for tho hnndsomo
lovo makor than her old fiance. Tho
story goes that tho dlstinguo Frenchman
nn oeon so icariuiiy jeninus i
Capoul that tho other day he wai de
sirous of shooting him this because
Cnpoul has inndo such fcartul
intn lovn to N'llsson that sho hns really
ost iter noart. nnu ueeinrcs now inai auo
loves him even better than her old lover.
Cnpoul Is n dlssipntcd, jolly, dovil-mny
euro fullow oft' tin stniro. nnd Nilsson Is Ii
a bad fix, Tor ho is no kind ot matcn lor
l'oor N lsson. If I wcro in your placo,
I'd dismiss them both, nnd tnko tho crazy
uutc imnn. lor vou nro sure iq loves you.
ioieiiow woukl go over to tno nouso oi
correction for ton (Tnys for nglrl if ho didn't
lovo ncr, sure.
A STORY Qg CRIME.
1IILDKI1UAND, T1IK UUltUliU
FOUOKU AND JAlL-HKKAkLl'v,
SOW CONF1NKD IN THK ST.
HOW HE WAS I.V.I) INTO KVIL WAYS STO
LEN ritOM H1H l'AHENTS W1IE.V HUT
TIIHEE WEEKSOLD-HIS HKsT ACQUAINT
ANCE -WITH CI1ACK8MEN A CAIlEEIt OK
CRIME THAT VUTS JACK SHErPAHI) IN
nianngcd to lot I: tliosliorlU'inJnll nnd nt
temjitcd to escape, but was captured nnd
served tho bnlnnco of tho year. Ho then
entered Into tho conspiracy of robbing tho
express company near Soymour, Ind.. but
wjs ucserieu uy nis "pais" nt JJeiroii, in
18C0, whore lio wns nrrctod for crime.
takon to Milwaukee nnd sent up for llvo
years, onrveu lour years nnu lour
months, closely confined In n small coll
lour ny soven loet. 'Jho balanco oi
tho sonlcnce wns remitted for good behav
ior. Ho say that 1)111 Kono, ono of tho
express robber, was Innocont, hut that nil
tno oincrs Hint woro nunc wcro cuiuy.
Cdmlng out tho Wisconsin ponitoullnry on
the ltli of March ho went to Toledo,
whoro ho wns nrrestcd.
Ho has sorvod about fourteen years In
various prisons, thrco or four months In
closo confinement in dungeons; has been
In ten different State prisons, four city
prisons, forty jails nnd twenty pollco sta
tions, besides seven county calabooses.
Such Is the rcniarkablo story of this
man, nnd wo lonvo the public to Judgo of
its truthfulness. He docs not lonvo tho
public simply to tnko his word for It, but
asks tho doubling to writo to nny of tho
nbovo named places nnd seoif whnt ho re
lated is not true. Hildebraml Is nn excel
lent penman, nnd has in his possession
numerous pen drawings of vnrious per
sons, criminals, detectives, etc., besides
skotches of vnrious prions where ho hns
been confined, nnd unvs Hint ho now 1 1 1
Vonds to change his wnys, nnd enter upon
Bumu mmi Wny to gam livelihood, nnu
nlso wishes to puUUii n, book of crime,
snowing llio mnnncr in www. tiiiovo3 nnd
burginrs poriorm tnoir opernv.-ns, to
gether Willi incidents oi ins own inc.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
. AUCTION KUS,
71 (second n.oou) ohio levee,
livv and Sell Heal Kstate,
FUltNISH ABSTKACTS OF TITLE
Ai I prorr Conrcruices of Klnil.
'. II. MOIIUIP,
II. II, CANDKK
Mo. Pub. and If, 8. Ccta.
HOOTS AND MHOUS.
Olive Loqan has followed her first
new departure with a sccondjone. She
aunounces to the world her withdrawal
from the woman's rights party on oc
count of the many objectionable
features lately connected with the
movement. " Unclean hands have been
' laid upon it let it go," says Olive
Ilathcr an unexpected declaration from
ono of Miss Logan's well kuown pro
Ctt?Tlio king of Italy sent n special
ambassador to the Vatican on New-Year's
day, to lender his majesty's congratula
tions to tho holv father. The nmbassador
was met by Cardinal Antonclli, nnd in
formed that his holiness was indisposed to
The present aspect of the Wharton
murder case is not favorable to convic
tiou. Ihe pTo?cution succeeded in
proving A'ery satisfactorily to juty
tho presence of poison in tho htomach
of tho deceased, aud the case looked
dark for tlio prisoner. l!ut now n pro
lessor of clicmioiry coiucj forward for
the defoncc, and deposes that tho tests
applied by these exports were good for
nothing, and proved nothing but the
poison as being present in the stomach.
Tho defense will be a strong one, and
from present appearances, it may con
clude in a release of the accused.
tSf Mr. Porter, of Missouri, having
completed n century without any pros
poet of dissolution, has concluded to rub
out and begin over ngain. Accordingly
his gray hair Is turning black and ho is
cutting his third set of teeth nt the early
age of 101.
EST" Chrlstianburg, Virginia, is in csta
cies over n vcnerablo turkey gobbler who
has built for himself n nest nnd Is now
gray by sitting upon four npplcs. It is
supposed that his action Is intended ns n
gravo satire upon tho woman's rights
The release of lUeh:i:d 15. Connolly
from the Ludlow street jail, on Tues
day last, is thus described in a special
On vestonltty otnR . 'Wiirdcn
Tracy, of Ludlow street jail, wns proparing
to rcceivo his friends, n mysterious envol-
opo was placed in his hands. As ho
norused it his faco became wreathed with
smiles. Suddonly n ring nt his private
door was Heard, nnd tlio warden welcomed
Mrs. Kicbnrd U. Connollv nnd her two
daughters, Mrs. Joel Hthian, nnd Mrs
Itobt. C. Hutching?. In her nrm? Mrs.
Connolly carried i great basket of llowors.
Tho center wns composed of spotless whito
tubo roses, with tho word " Hopo " in deli
cate pinks. As the ladies entered Mr.
Tracy e privnto apartments they greeted
Mr. Connolly nficctiontitolv. nnd Mrs.
Connolly gave her husband tho basket of
In return, Warden Trncv said: "'Mrs.
Connolly, I have it New Year's gift for
you; nnd drawing tho mysterious docu
ment from his pocket, ho presented It-
Ono gl.inco, nnd Mr. Connolly throw hor
eclf Into her husband's nrms, cxehiiming :
"Thank God, Itlchnrd, yon nro freo ngain!"
Tho daughters hugged nnd kissed their
father, and wept. The comptroller then
feelingly thanked Mr.nnd Mrs. Tracy, Mr.
(Jardner nnd the other keepers for their
uniform kindness nnd uttcntlnn to him,
and wns driven to tlio sheriff's nfllco.
Tlienoo tho ex-comptroller went heforo
Judco l'.urnnrd nnd wns released. Then
ho wenv HU n host oifrionds to Del
CSjrlt is nn e3iMijhed fact that
o'io ladles mnUo n bustle, ot newspaper.
To tho mortification of n young lady at
tending tho concert, her ovcrdrc-s caught
on tho back of tho seat, rovcaling through
the opening an illustrated paper.
rsa A Chicago dispatch savs four
teen additional Indictments for bribery
lmvo been found against members of thu
last and present city council. This makes
eighteen indictments found ngninst twelve
aldermen nnd ox-nldcrmcn.
UX- SIdnoy Andrews, tho "Washington
correspondent of tho Boston Advertiser nnd
nn editorial writer on Entry Saturday, hns
been mndo the privnto sccrotnry of the
figyi'or tho flrnttlmo within tho know!
edge of tho city officials tho comptroller
hns sent to the mayor of New-York n
quarterly financial statement of llio city,
From tho St. Jooph IlcinM.l
On last thanksgiviriK day Ilildebrnnd,
in,l l.urf'lnr. wns first brought to es
pecial notleo of tho pcoplo of Northwest
i.m Missouri. Whilo endeavoring to pass
himself oil as n special detective no was
nmmnrlh elected from tho cars of tho
Hannlbnl and St. Joseph railroad by Con
ductor Uhnrlcs r.. i-ootc. siioruy nuer
ward he was arrc-ted nt Knnsns Uity on
charco of drunkenness nnd scnt.to the cala
booso to work out ins line, a lew uays
afterwards he wns banished from Kansas
City, after having his photograph taken
nt tho expense of that city for tho "roguo
On tho 13th instant ho honored St. Jo
seph with his presence, doubtless Intend
ing to trv some of his games In this city.
Our vigilant polico having received infor
mation in regard to our visitor, arrested
him, on the evening of his arrival, in n
disreputable house, nnd ho wns on tho fol
lowing morning sent to the calnbooso to
work out in the public streets tho fine
assessed ngninst him, $1C.7S, nt tho rnto
of fifty cents per diem. Hols nt present
confined in the calnbooso. it mny no n
matter of surnriso that this nccomplished
burclnr. forcer nnd Inil-brcakor should
allow that frail tenement known as the
St. Joseph calaboose to deprivo him of his
liberty: but tuis is accounted icr ny
the fact that ho is nt present laboring un
der n severe fovcr. Doubtless, ns soon ns
ho desires to regain his liberty, ho will
burst tho restraints now upon him with ns
much case ns did Samson tno snares
Delilah before his hair was shorn.
The following is tho wonderful story of
this remarkable man, ns told by him to
n reporter. Tho words arc just ns they tell
Irom ms lips :
He has assumed at diUercnt times scv
crnl nlinses, but savs that his real namo I
Charles D. Ilildebrnnd ; that ho was born
in Dearborn, Wnyno county, .Michigan
nnu was sioien nwavirom homo wiicnoni
a babu of thrco weeks. As to who it wns
that took him from his parents, or tho rea
son of his bcliii: stolen, ho U in ignorance
to this day, nor does Ills mother, who U
still living, have nny knowledge of it.
Tho period from tho timo ho was stolen
iroin uotnounui no wns about olgut years
old remains blank, but nt this time, which
was earlv in 1817, ho found himself nt La
sallc, Illinois, whero lie fell in with two
Knirlisli burglars or cracksmen, who in
duced him to go with them to St. J.ouis,
whero ho was first led into crime by them.
His first oll'enco was for till-tnpping, or, in
other words, robbing n monoy drawer of
n store in bt. I.ouh, on tlio -SUi ot l- ebru
His first imprisonment was in Paris,
France, whero ho was convicted of rob
bcry, nnd sentenced to ono year in thu
city prison, but nfter serving thrco months
ho wns pardoned. Tlio next placo wo
find him is In London, where, with tho
two notorious burglars who first led him
Hits crime in tkis country, he entered into
HOOT AND SHOE MAKKK,
llohvccii WinMnnlon nveiiim nnd Poplar Hire ot
1 loo In and Phofn MaUr to Onler.
Fine Wnrkinen Employed.
THK PAST YEAH.
ITS DEATH 110I.I..
The denth roll of tho vear embraces
many honored names. Among tho snvnns
who lmvo passed nwov were Horchcl,
Murchison, Uabbagennd Wilson. Among
authors wo havo been cnllcd uiion to
mourn Allco nnd Plirebo Cnry, Ocoreo
Tickner. Denn Alford. Dumas, Hugo,
Orote. Fnsnnrian nnd Tuckcrmnn. llio
faniilnr nnmcs of Hcntley, Chniiibers nnd
scrlbncr lmvo dropped out oi llio list oi
publishers, Itcucdcfc, Prim, Tolten, Andcr
son, Kodman, liosscl,Tittncll nnd Sclmynnl
lmvo been mustered out oi tno grnnu nrmy
of earthy heroes ; nnd Bishop Clarke,
Father Taylor, Uisliop Uakor and ur.
Uarncs, of tho army of tho Lord havo boon
promoted by death. Among musicians
we linve lost Auuer, Timlberg, Dempster
and Anschutzj nnd among publicists, Ed
win Croswcll. ex Senator Howard, Vul
lnndlghnm, Slldell and Mason, Tom Ew
ing, Covode, Jud"o Denlo, A. J. Donald
son nnd Lewis J. Pnpineau. Theso are
but n few of tho bright stars which havo
dropped from tho galaxy of life, but they
aro cnougn to remind us oi tno remorseless
visitation of death which, sooner or Inter,
must como to nil, nnd of tho ceaseless
change of actors upon the world's great
And so from hour to liuur wflriponnd ripe,
Anl then from hour to Lour vv rot nnd rot
Am thuieby hangs n tale.
CITV SHOE STOKE
HOOP SKIRT JFAUIOB.Y
sole AoiNcr roa
BOOTS AND S II 0 K S
Conimcrclnl Aveiiup, Corner of IUkIiHi
r ARTICULAR ATTENTION I'AID TO ALL OR'
DERS FOR HOOI'SKIRTS AND SHOES.
K. Tho sonntor from Clinrleston, S. C
tho Hon. D.T. Corbin, has been surnnnied
Multitudinous Corbin, from tho number
of remunerative offices which ho hoUls.
tfffTho bet womnn's riBilom or Ulu
season comes from n late l'arls pap.., . A
very beautiful lady, living In Iloulogne,
sentn challenge to tho publisher of n hu
morous journal who had "twice In nicccs
ilon concerned himself with her privnto
life." A formal nceeptnnco of tho duel
was immediately returned, politely wuv
ing tho choice of nrms, but expressing n
decided preference for thoso of tho lady
herself. Itoconcillation followed tho re-
partoo, und when last heard lrom tho lady
wailrcsting hlra alter tho preliminary
manner of n grizzly. Tho wedding trip
Is to the United States.
da?" Senator Chandler gnvo his daugh
tor .Minnio, who married congressman
Hale, of Maine, last week, n housu wortl
SIO,noo ns a wedding present.
G?Gcncrnl John Ty'er, Jr., is on tho
editorial stall' of tho Tnllahasseu Sentinel
nnd his brother Itohort is editor of tho
UiSuTho Springlluld watch coinpanv
has boon organized and at work nearly two
years, and haven't ns yet manufactured n
B. Tiger Tail, tho son of the bloody
hero of the Seminole war, is in bettor busi
ness than his father wns, Ho peddles
pumpkins in Koy West.
fco?" Potatoes stored in thu cellar for
winter use keep best in barrols. If In
bins It In woU to oxcliiJo thu light.
Hs-TJuTho pniWUWnBlioldi brilliant1
reception Now Year's in Madrid.
i i .
ton. Tho Connecticut republican con-
entWn will meet on tho 25lb.
Bi3iThcro are moro uses in n loat of
bread than aro drenmt of in our philoso
phy. Thus, while a number of men wcro
dragging tho river nt Detroit, recently, for
tho body or a man who had drowned, nn
Italian proposed a novel way of fludinit,
Taking n lonf of bread, ho put n quantity
or quicksilver In ono end, nnd throw it in
to tho stream. It went rapidly down th
current for lomo distance, when It sudden
ly stopped described n smnll circle, nnd
sank llko n plummet. Tho Italian the
told the dragging party that they would
tlnd tho body nt Hint spot. And they did
tay-Tlio. president of tho Michigan
University says their best scholar in
girl, nnd Miss White, of Kentucky, hag
solved a problem in mathematics that for
flftocn years has puzzled tho graduating
tfS.Thmiiisvillo circuit court dockot
was sixteen uttQr Cll808i
A ... .1
.nu.iK wiumany miii;u,.ia ,,!,.
' uu)' ",m K"i "havo scon
nuiiu ujn:rii.ir iu niu ouny i'fO,1,1, JJ(I.
per. i ins Hum magazine is now lu (i,
tenth year of its existence, evidence ti
it lias met with popular favor. Tho Jlel
per presents nn attractive exterior, nnd is
brim full of pleasant, Interesting and In
structive reading for thu class for whom
it Is intended. Prleo 1,00 per year. Ad
dress ltich & Vose, Publishers, Portland,
A CURE FOR SMALL-l'OX.
(From tho Fairmount (0.) Corrcpondenco Cin
cinnati Gazette, I've, ii.)
The following modo of treatment, so far
as is known, has ever been sure cure:
Take clean common barley, boil it in
water tho same ns vou would rice, until it
bursts, pour off thfs water, nnd uo it ex
clusively for your drink, adding to each
day's drinking of this wntcr fifteen grains
of saltpetre. "Continuo to use this drink
(which should be about milk warm) until
tlio pocks mako their nppearnnco in tho
skin, which win be nuout tnreo days nuer
tho fovcr sets in.
Tlio effect of using this drink is to cut
oirum Mucking fever.
.iuw rwp mo use oi wns (iriiu., nnu uiko
good wine rodurcd with water, and sweet
ened with loaf sllL'ar. I.'sini? this ns ti
drink sllmuln r.u. n... Mu 'i'i.
use of wine, water nnd loaf sugar should
ulwny bo commenced when tho pocks
mnko their nppearnnco in tho skin.
L'so no other medicine, and partake of n
This mode of treatment was prescribed
by the celebrated Surgeon Dikori, of Ire
land, nnd hns been used in many cascs
with success in this country.
TIIJ3 TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO,
isiets ..tJoo,crio oo
.Solicits all kinds ot rlikn.
ocl27tf Acent, Cairo. la.
IIEI! TEMIT.Il AND HER LOVERS.
CcrreniJenjo N. V. Ailtertiscr.
hvcry whero 1 call thu ladies nro talking
about NiUfcon, Somo tny she does not
sing us well iu thoy lined to think, whilo
others say he had nn Inferior part In
"Mignon" nnd that Mllo. Duval is really
tho best singer of the two. Miss Cnry hns
let out to u friend that Miss Nilesou has n
fearful temper, and rants and raves und
tears thing generally behind tho scones.
Once or twice sho hnd n tantrum, nnd re
fused to sing ultogcther, Ono night Miss
a conspiracy to perform n heavy robbery,
In committing tlie deed thoy wcro detec
ted, tried and convicted. Tho two burg
lar wcro transported to Vnn Dicmnn's
hind for thirty years, and Hildobrand, af
ter being held in tho old Ilailoy prison for
six months, awaiting trial, was banished
to America, this wns in leoo.
On leaving England ho went to Toronto
Canada, whero, for n robbery, ho was gent
to prison tor six months ; hut by n liberal
1150 of monov nnd tlio holn of niinrhicinli'd
lawyers, ho obtained Ids liberty at tho end
of thrco days. Ho was next sent to tho
penitentiary nt Kingston, Canada West,
lor robbery, sentonccd to remain ono vear
in tho dungeon, und sorvod his full torm,
Leaving Canada iu 185'J, ho again
turned his steps to tho United Stales, nnd
lor somo misdemeanor was sentenced to
tlio Tombs, Now l ork city, but wns re
leased by means of his lawyers, after slav
ing only thrco days in the polico tlntio'n.
Ills next ollouso wns a moro forious ono
that of robbery. Ouco l:o was sent to the
penitentiary nt Alleghany City, Penn.,
for two years, servivg his full term. Four
months of this term ho wns confined iu
a dungeon for violating the rules of tho
prison, and received other punishment.
He was noxt sontjup in Cuba for twenty
ono years being connected with n
murder mid roblury, but manngpd to get
rolcasod ut thu end of thrco months. Ono
of hi puis wns imprisoned for life nnd tho
oint-r uvea noioro uolnu brmmlit lu irlui.
from thu effect of wounds received whilo
resitting tho officers. From C'ubn ho wont
to Mexico, whoro ho committed n henvv
robbery and wns tried and sentenced to
ten years' imprisonment, but csenped nftor
being confined six weeks, nnd returned to
tho Uniteil States, and was convicted of
crimo in Nashville, Toiin., aud sentenced
to eight years In tho ponitontlnry. Law
yers got him out at thu end of ono month.
In 1855 ho gave Frank ltcno, ono of tlio
noted express robbers, his first lesson in
burglary, and thon wo find him nt San
Francisco city, whero ho served ono month
in tho city prison, and noxt nt lilrmlng-
ham. England, ho served u torm of seven
""iiitlis ; llvo mourns iu n uungoon nt
Lyo,lli Franco : ho was Incarcerated for
six or ix,! wcoks iu Itorlln, Prussia. Ito.
turn ng iuulu United Stutes ho was sont
10 mu at i uumrK l'onn., for ono month,
and escaped. Nnu.wnt to city prison in
Cincinnati for two iiw,n. i..i.i..i,( ,u
liberty at tho end or iml(!u' day, ,10,vt
-J'",10," lt0UK' "'.."here f10 WM M.
1 7 ,', , . "r uul b0UKht his way
uuv niiui vo iiionins. At St. l(0UiB ho
wns sent to nrlfiin fm- dv ,,,,,ii. . . , ,
tallied ii roleaso nt tho end of tho third dnv
by thu uso of monuy. For crimes commit.
ted In Illinois ho was sentenced on thrcu
distinct charges ono year each, in tho
penitentiary nt Lacon. Sorvedtwo vonr
and wns arrested for llio third term before
no liau got outsidu oi tho prison and re
committed, but managed to escape by
.vY",4b viiujt.iivi, Him t.uiib iu j.urojiu
Jtoturning to tho United States In 160,1.
ho wns recognized In llufi'nlo by William
H. Phlllls, of Lacon. Ills., who nrrestcd
him und took him Lack to prison. Ho
TEXAS CATTLE TRADE.
Few pcoplo lmvo an adequato idea of
tho magnitude oi tho I exns cnltlo trade.
It is estimated that 000,000 beeves have
been driven from Texas into Kansas,
Nebraska, and tho western states and tcr
ritoriei during tho past year. It takes
about ".0,009 head of cattle annually to
supply tho Indians ; for theso the govern
ment pays. In all tho rango country be
tween tho Kocky mountains nnd tho
Mississippi, us high up ns Jlritih
America, they receive ca'.tlo from Texas.
Thoy aro driven in immense droves
through tlio Indian country without mo
lestation. As n drove travels but six or
eight miles u day, when on a long journey,
the cattle improve nnd increase in flesh
when tho grass is good. Mnnv cnttlo aro
driven to the Pacific coast, but in this
trndo few beovos nro taken, tho principnl
portion of tho droves consisting ot heifers
intended for stock raisers. It takes two
seasons to get a drove through from Tex
as to Washington Territory on tho Pacific s
but tho prices obtained there yield n henvy
profit to the drovers.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CAKBON
Commcrcial-av., Foot of Eleventh-ot.
Ail Cal carefully welched t Die ) anion Fair
FULL WEIGHT WARRANTED.
Coil ilt-litrrt-'l on Ihc . 1 1 o r t c t notion In an)
part ol Die ci.y, either I')' the half ton, too or car
Leave order at the office on Commercial-av.
h foot of KlcTpath ttreet. norlCd-Cm.
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND OAS FITTER
fias Fitter's nnd Mumber'a material, Wood
pumps, K I '''i and niiKiu valves, Klup
cocks, cheel: valves, etc.
also Autvr roa
TuftM IlrotlierH l'alent Ilry (inn Meter
And Morehouse, Wells & Co's Automatic Watei
inuicntor and supply valve for steam hollers,
WINTERS IILOCK, COMMERCIAL-AVENUK
PARKER li ULAKE,
Ji:(M Kiui;s am imv (.nons.
I n: a 1. 1. it is
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SllOKS,
HATS ANIJ CAl'S, ETC.,
lias Jul received a heavy ulnejc of Pools nnd
diiucs, Hosiery itnu ixouons,
FOK SALK FOIt CASH VKKY CIIHAP
lie alio has n hue stock of Family Groceries o!
C'MtNKU S1XTH-ST. AND COMMKK
WALL PAPER, PAINTS
I'utiy, IU nzlnr, CiiiNoIlne,
And tho celcliraleil illuminating
mioss'uuii.DiNd, con. 11th-st. 4 com
STKTTAUKHS & W1NEMAN,
IMI'OUTl'IlS INb JUIkLBt Or
DB Y GOODS
iN 0 T I 0 N S ,
Via Jllelilguii Avcniir, Ilcltteeii .Mud
ison mill Jlonroc,
HANK ELECTION NOTICE.
AN.IVeV,,n W ,o neld at (ho City Nutloua
r. 1 ""'lay, January t, 172, lomoien ill
dievu't.l. A "' BA,''l'uli ''li'.
II. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
vooi i'i:atiii:ks, ik'.,
FIKK, UULL, OAKOO, LIVK STOCK.
i Ast - li.MJ.WI 9T
NORTLI AMERICA. rA
Atieti.. S,TM,000 C
I Assets. 2,M(,210 II
Assets.. 1,781,11s S
INTERNATIONAL. N. T..
Assets.. l,So3,l 17
Assets 7O0,J7 00
Aittts. ilS,7l t
Asset M5,7I U
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets .SOO.UW W
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets M...J0,0UO,0O9 0U
TRAVELER'", HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets. I.Un.CfJ 'X
RAILWAY rASHENOERH ASSURANCE
Asitts. WO.Wj I
8 AFFORD, MORRIS & CAN DEE,
71 Ohio Lsim,
City National Hank, CAIRO, ILL.
NIAQARA, N. T.,
HANOVER, N. T.,
RErUULIC, N. T.,
linrlcrtU Jfnreli SI, I HOB.
Asset - ..7ii,25 0o
Comprising the Underwriters' Asency.
YONKERS, N. T.,
Asists......M .........d7S.tM 1
Assets . ..-.413,193 Z
FIREMEN'S FUND, S. Ft
Asset - 671,1'V 00
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Assets . l.tSI.Si'J WJ
STORK, Iwellmg, Farnltiire, Units and Csr
goes, Insured at ratet as favorable as sound,
permanent securilv will warrant.
I respectlutly ask oi the cltlteos of Cairo, a
share ol their iiatrooai e.
C N. IICUHE
doom, HAHir, rrci
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIKO
A. Il.HAFKORII. President;
H. H. TA VI.Oll, Viee.I'ri si.lent ;
W. IIVdLUt', tleeretarv ami Treasurer.)
P. W. IWacLir,
K. t. hTOCKHlTII,
II. M. COMSUIIAM,
W. I'. IUllihit,
J. U. PUILLIM.
I)cionIIh or nny Amount IlfTelirilfrom
Tea C'eutM I'lmitnlH.
iNTF.HF.9T paid on deposits at the rate ol all
porcent. pur annum, March 1st and K.-.Iciq
her ImI. lnterefet not withdrawn 1m rldod imme
dlately to the principal of tho deposits, thereby
giviiig inein compouuu inivrcni,
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
ia that .so oxi iui can draw it,
Onen nvcrv bunlneia dav from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and Saturday cyenin lor HA VINO DKPOdlTH
omy, irom o to o o ciock.
auMt W. HY9I.OP, Treasurer.
V. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
rPTIlT' P1TV TvrA'nroAr A T.
W.P. HALL! PAY, President
A. II. HAFFOltl), Cashier;
WALTER 11YHLOP, Asslslast Cashier,
Uto, I). Williamson, Htipiiis liiuu,
A. II. HArronu.
Kobkrt II. CDNNIXOniM,
W. P. IIailidav,
ExchnuKe, Cola and United HUtcg
;Uond llonRht and Hold.
DKPOSIT3 received, and
l'.L. 1IUYETT, & SON,
'mporlers.Mnuiifiionirers nnd Jobbers of
limns anil Ucriiiuu Hllver
No, 125 S, Third Street,
NT. I.ODI3, MO.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANir.L IIUHP, President;
ROHUKT W. MILLF.lt, Vico-rrcsldcnt !
0. N, UUG1IF.3, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS; PROMPTLY MADE)
EXCIMNOK, eoln, bank notes nnd UnlUd
Wales securities bounlit nud sold.
Intercut Allowed on Timo DepoilM.
13J TENTH STREET,
Doorx, Nnah, Hllnd, Mousing,
Frame, Flourlna;, lAtb,
Nblnglesj, Cllnscd Nasjh, tilased Hide
Mghta, Glased TrnoiB,
Nash Weight, Naah Pdllle and Cords),
Dllnd raatenlsiss, Kvoflug
Fell, Kooflngr Crae, PUaterluK
rnper, Cnrpet Fell, White
I.eiul, Uaaitd Oil, American Window
Ulna, Engl lata andFrencb
Plate Gins, Patty, Glaaler'a Polata
ewer Plnea, Pateat C'talmncYaj
Etc., Etc., Ktc
OENTfl for Rock River Paper Company's
Hheathine Felt and Quarli Cemont.
IT. W. John's Improved Rooting always on
CARL L. THOMAS,
now prepared to rrspond promptly to nit lie
mauds fjr his services,
SnOP-Con. 8Tn-3T. AND OOMUIRCAU?
Iu (be Perry House,