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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1872.
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10HN H. OBKRLY, Editor nnd Rubllihcr.
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TOR VICT5 MKSlDlCNT,
B.. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SKCRKTARY OF STATE.
von AUDITOR of ririiuc ACCOUNTS,
FOR 8TATF. TIlEA8tmr.lt,
CHARLES N. LANPUIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OF.VF.RA1.,
JOUN It. EUSTACE.
CLF.RK AtirttKMK COURT NORTHERN
FOR CLERK fiUPREMK COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
rO CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
K. A. D. WILIUVNKS.
FOR CONGRESS JCIOIITEENTII DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. AVALL,
of retry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
JOHN 31 EYE US,
of Randolph County.
"WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
II ARMAS ns n candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
Wo arc authorized to announce It. P. YO
CUM ns a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Al
winder county, at tlio ensuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
AVe aro authorized to nnnouueo II. AV.
AVEUB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at tho entulnu November election.
AVc arc authorized to announco 1. II.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November election.
Wo aro authorized to announco PETER
SAUP as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
AA'cnro authorized to announco 11AMIL
TON IRA'IN n a candidate for re-election
lo the office ofSherlffol Alexaudcr county.
AVo arc authorized to announce JOHN
McEWEN as a candidate for Sheriff, at tho
cnsulns November election.
AV"e are authorized to announco JOHN
II. GOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, mbject to the decN
Mon of the Democratic Convention
Rooms or Liberal Exeoutivi: Com
Springfield, III., August, is, 1872.
John II. Orerlv, Esq.:
Tho following appointments havo been
made lor Gov. JKurucr, by tho Liberal Exec
ittlvo committee :
Cnlro, "Wednesday, August 28th, at night;
Mound City, Thursday, Atujurt 2!)th, day
Metropolis. Frldav, August :10th, daytime;
tioiconda.MHimi.iv, August .list, nay nine ;
Du Quoin, Thursday, September nth, at
Ccntralla, Friday,'teptembt'r !tb, da time;
Carlylc, Saturday, September 7th, daytime;
O. M. Hatch, Scc'y.
"1 know Gen. Grant ucttcr than any other
man in the country can know him. It was
my duty to htuifjhlm, and I did o night
and day, when 1 saw him and when I did
not tee him, and now I tixlyou what i
KNOW, HE CANNOT GOVERN THIS COUNTRY."
Stcntary Edicin Jr. Stanton.
Kapioalb uro alarmed ns to tho State of
Maine. Tho political prospects there do
not suit tho Grantltcs.
Mrs. Anderson, wile of Gen. Robert
Andenon, tho hero of Fort Sumptur, died
recently In Charleston, S. 0,
"Grant is making money out of his pool.
tlon, and that's all he cares about. Smator
There is only ono Gorman in Docatur,
who will voto for Ogleiby, and ho Is
universally recognizod ns tho champion
mean man of that city.
"Grant Is a man without knowledge to
preildc over a caucus. Logan.
The heretofore radical postmaster of
Tipton, lown, has resigned his situation
and Grant's favor, in order to plead tho
cause of noroco Greeley in tho columns
of a Liberal newspaper to bo citahliihcd
nt onco by the rcponWut Grantite.
"There are Mxtcen weighty reason why
Grant should never be president." Colax.
A Bpocical ditputch to tho Chicago
'Tribune' assorts that the movement! of the
ndminlitratlon party in North Carolina,
in the lata election, have been the means
of largo accessions to the Liberal cuuso In
State. Grants weapons, intended for
tho destruction of his opponents, will bo
tho meant o'f destroying himself.
Ilunois standi foremost among tho
states in ino contest ngair.si tiiu many
forms of political corruption which have
grown up udder Grant. All of her bott
afliWisjst Wen of both parties stand In
tho opposition ranks to Grant. The Oreo-
Joy forces are being well orgunlzod
throughout tho state, rousing Grooloy
meeting! Are beinjr held, and tho result
may confidently be looked for as on over
whelming defeat of Grantism and corrup
tion, in Illinois, in Novombor.
It Is not oxaoUvknown wuether-Urnnt
i iff v t
has changed hUoplnlongf AiX Slojjart?
tho Now Yorlftilljloiiaire, sirtSo IhojViua
ho (Gran'tf nppoinlcd Sldwnffto anTtifflde
to which the latter was not olligiblo. But
Stewart must havo changed his opinion of
tho "greatest captain of tho nge," as ho
has authorized tho statement that ha never
said tho olccllon ot urcoloy wouui no a
national calamity, but on tho contrary, ho
bolievcs n financial panic is much moro
likely to occur If tho Grant party remains
in power. Mr. Stewart is ono of tho
shro wdest and most successful business mon
in tho. country. His words ought to havo
weight with the thoughtful votors of the
country, of nil classes, since labor nnd cap
ital would bo so vastly affected by tho re
suit w))!ch Mr. Stewart believes will fol
low the rc-oloction of Gcant.
MuurHYsnoRo, UN., Aug. 10, 1872.
Editor Cairo Bulletin :
Dear Sir: As it Is seldom, If over
you rocoivo tidimrs from this part of
Egypt, I thought It would not bo nmlss to
write you n few items. As political topics
predomlnato at prosont throughout tho
United States, I must notlco our prospor
ous.county, old Jackson, first, politically.
Tlioro Is qulto nn interest manifested hero,
both for "Useless" Grunt and old lloraco,
father of tho Republican party. 1 am
sorry to say tho Grontltcs seem to take
moro interest for tho welfaro of tho ne
potist nnd mako greater demonstrations
toward their apparent futuro succors than
tho followers of lloraco Grooloy. Never
theless, I bcliovo wo can to-day show a
greater majority of noblo hearted patriots,
both Democrats and Republicans, who
will cast their lots with Greoloy. Tho
"rnds" look palo ond downcast, especially
tho postmaster. Ho begins to inwardly
question himsolf which is tlio better part
of discretion, to stick to Grant or bo con
verted to tlio Liberal movement. Ho
cannot mako thochangonow,for ho knows
that Grant would boost him, and ho can
not como over to" Grooloy Rftor he Is
elected; so ho Is in a great predicament.
Ho knows that his broad which has been
buttered, so long will bo buttered no
mure. General Logan nddrcssod a motloy
crowd at tlio court houso on
Friday night "last. Tho tanners turned
out to glvo Vim a rousing recoptloni
but failing to raiso a respectable number in
Murphysboro, who woro willing to dis
grace themselves in so unworthy a man
nor, thoy imported a number of bluck-and-
tan, curly headed, forty rod perfumed
colored gontlemon from that noted colony
of African doscondents, Carbondalo. Thoy
mado thoir appourancoln duo time, headed
nnd commnnded by Squiro Pickett. Oh
my, what anoblo nppearanco ho mado!
Ho was tbo'onvy of every beholder. Ho
was possessed of so much dignity, and well
ho might, for his nigger followers com
posed tho majority of tlio procession.
Thoy formed, nt least, throe-fourths of tho
wholo number of pursons who created tho
slink. No doubt tho Goncrnl felt himsolf
honored by such tin assembly of truly
loyal, but If so, ho did not so express it
whilo speaking. It did not seem to havo
n very inspiring oll'ect upon him, for it was
generally remarked that It was tho poorest
attempt at spunking ho ever mado nt this
pluco. There was qulto a number of par
sons out to hear tlio General spout forth
for his dearly beloved Grant, tho court
houso being cowded to its utmost, but you
must not infer from this that thoy woro
nil Grant men ; thoy wero not by n great
deal, a goodly number being Greeley mon
who wont to hear tho General oxtol
Grant's administration, nnd condemn
Honest Honico to eternal perdition. It is
useless to say thoy woro not dlsnppolntcd
in their expectations. Tho Wholu tenor of
Logan's speech was to tho effect
that Grant made tho best presi
dent that has tilled tho presiden
tial portion for tho lust thirty years,
and that if Greeley wus elected, tho peo
ple would suffor want and misery
ii9 long as ho hold tho office. His speech
contained sucli fulsu abominations
throughout; but I liuvo not tlio tlmo nnd
space to reproduce his leading remarks,
for such I call thoin, for thoy woro not do
llvorod in nvory oratorical manner.
Our young city Is thriving, nnd presents
u lively nppearanco ; it can boast of n nura
ber of substantial business buildings, which
aro doing u thriving trade, such as J. Y
Logan's, Blcrer's and various others. It
has a good bauk in successful operation
two extensive llourlng mills and qulto i
numbor of neat rcsltloncc?, two llrst-class
hotels, and a number of boarding housed
T. M, Logan is erecting it 11 no twin story
frnmo storo building, which will bo com
pleted In a short time. Tho city Is In good
financial circumstances. Tho Mt. Carbon
coal company nnd tho Cairo
and St. Louis railroad which Is
being pushed through qulto rapidly, aro
both means of affording tho people a very
handeomo Income through tho laborers. I
should like to sav moro concerning our
vigorous young city and tho extonsivo
coal shafts that aro being sunk nil round
ana about us, but for fear of Imposing
upon your good naturo, I will close this
time strongly for Greeley. Neii.
A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY.
THE FATE OF A FAITHLESS "WIFE.
FATAL END OF
HER HUSBAND 8AAVS HER HEAD
Ono of tho most revolting nnd bloody
murders ever recorded In history, nccom-
jmnldd with circumstances unparalleled,
liu i just been discovered in the south of
England. Ju 1651, Jamen Dalgllih, a
merchant of tho city of London, becamo
acqUHinteu witn Jim .inseplilno Ilolshurn,
tho daughter of a physician in lucrative
practice A few months after tho Intro
duction thoy wero married. Mr. Dalglish
was a momber of tho film of Raleigh, Dal
glish, White & Co., and was contidered a
wealthy man. Miss Hekmom's innrriage
vn! considered an advantageous ono for
hory nnd-iher-received congratulations on
nimimofls. A oonMiUlt. visitor nt hor
fnAiir'iGliouea 'was Cfawlcs Soton, n poor
'Wv'H5B n'rtbtjtbut n young man
'possess! i$tJ rtnoyMntollcotual features.
Mr. Dnlgllsh purchased n beautiful villa
at Richmond, nnd handsomoly furnishod
it. Uu nnd his. wife continued to rcsldo
Ihord nbout two year. Richmond Is
about twolvo miles from London, nnd casv
of access by railway. Mr. Dalgllih woufd
iaKo mo cars lor tlio oily in tho morning,
nnd roturn homo to dinner In tho evening.
About sovon months after tho marringo
Mr. Dalglish gftvo birth to n very lino
child, which circumstanced remdrks of a
not too clmrltablo Rflttiro; but tho matter
diod nwny. nnd Mr. Dalglish, who loved
his wlfo with undying dov6tlon, nnd hnd
in her tho utmost conlldenco, novcr doubted
for a moment. But ns tho child grow, tho
likeness that oxisted between tho child and
Charles Scton was something remarkable.
Tho oyes and Iho features woro evidently
his; but thatgavonocauso ot unensiuess
to 31 r. Dnlgllsh. After four yOnrs of con
jugal felicity to 3Ir. Dalglish, and, so far
as wo aro iiwnro, of equal liuppinco to his
wife, it becamo necessary for him, in con
scquonco of vory largo outstandings In
Australia that his llrm was unnblato col
lect, that ho should proceed to Molbourno
and Sydney, as the llrm win temporarily
cmbarrcsse'd for tho want ef roinlttancos.
(lidding tho wlfo hn so much loved a fond
adieu, ho departed for Australia, nnd nftor
visiting 31olhournp, Sydney nnd Adelnido,
ho returned to England after tho lapo of
two years. Prior to his embarking from
Molbourno for Llvorpool ho ndJrossod a
loiter to his wife, Informing her that ho
would bo In England shortly nftor tho
receipt of his letter. Bui tho steamship
by which tho lottor was forwdrdtd found
ered and tho mulls wero all lost. On Ills
arrival nt Liverpool he took tho express
trnin for London, nnd arrived homo at ten
o'clock nt night. Ho wns received with
opon nrms by his wlfo, nnd, kissing her
and tho children ngain nnd again, ho bo
llovcd that he 'had returned onco moro to
onjoy tho socloty of tho wife ho eo much
Returning homo ono day earlier than
usual, ho saw n handsoma cab driving
nwny from his door, and Churlos Melon
was its occupant. His jealousy was rais
ed, for tho child had becomo tho perfect
imago of Soton. A fow wooks afterward
ho wontlo the rural post-office, which was
not far from his villa, to purchnsu station
ery, when the young postmistress told him
she had two lottors tor tho wifi, marked
"To bo loft till called for." Ho took tlicnr.
from her and opened them. Thoy woro
addressed in tin) languugo of passiounto
love to his wife, inmilrlng as to the health
of tho two children, and signed by Charles
Soton, From tho contents of tho letter it
wus evident that Dalglish s wlfo was tho
muthor of two children by Charles Soton.
Dalglish staggered homo nnd sought his
wifo. Ho handed her tho two letters and
domauded nn explanation. Sho calmly
told him that ho was n wretch for open
ing letters addressed to her, nud thut the
explanation that sho .had to give him
would lead to a separation forovor. In
calm words sho told him tho child that
was born sovon months ufter thoir murri
ago win not his, but Churlc Setuu'H nnd
that thrcij months prior to liN arrival in
England from 3Iolbourno sho had becomo
tho mother of another child by Bcton,
which wus in tho euro ot u nurse.
Stunnod witli tho nows, ha loft
his homo that night and went to'3Iorloy's
Hotel, Lliuring Uross, nnu in tlio morn
ing drovo to his counling-huuso in tho
city, draw a check for twent-llvo thou
shiiu pounds, wenttohisnltornoys. Messrs.
Freihflold &'0o., who wero attorneys for
tlio Bank of England, mado u t-cttlCmcnt
on his wifo nnd hortwo children of twenty
thousand pounds, ana appointed .ur,
Froshllold tho trustee.
31 f. Dnlgllsh immediately proceeded to
Liverpool, unknown to his partners.
where ho ombarkod for tho United States.
Ho remuincd in New ork for some fow
mouths, but was unable to find any sultn
bio investment for his Uvo thousand
pounds. Ho went to Chicago, wliero ho
entered into partnership with JNiitlinn
Gtitehcll In tlio grain business. But in
six months, owing to disastrous specula
tious nnd tlio recklessness ot Gatchell,
Dnlgllsh wns loft without a dollar. Ho
obtained u railroad pass to Cincinnati,
nnd on arriving thoro answered uuvortiee
mont after advertisement, bat ho could
obtain no situation. At length ho beenmo
u book canvasser; but us ho wus not suited
fur thut busino;s, although ho struggled
hard, he wus ofttimes living for weeks on
broad and water. On ono occasion ho wns
arrested bv a Dutchman named Jack
Slnedo. at Freeport, Pennsylvania, for
obtaining board undor faUo pretenses, nnd
ha would most assuredly iinvo hecn im
prisoned by a country justico hud it not
been for tho iutorferonw of a member of
tho 3Iusonin fraternity. In Pittsburg ho
accidentally mot with an old Loudon
acquaintance, who advised him to go
West, and advanced mm sufficient
money for tho purposo. Ho arrived in St.
Louis, whoro ho obtained n situation of
book-kocper lor a substantial llrm, Aftor
two years had oxpirod ho was mado a
prrtner, and at tho ond of tan years ho ro
tired from tho llrm with onu hundred
thousand dollars. During all these years
ho had kept up a correspondent with n
London friend. That friond had watched
his wifo by tho aid of a dotcctlvo. Ho
know that she was living nil theso years
willi Charles Soton, but tho Infatuation ho
had for hor novor scorned to leave him.
AVhen ho hoard from his friond nl tho end
of last year, that Clmrlos Seton was dead,
ho sailed lor Liiglaud Willi about ono
hundred thousand dollars. . Ho rostod
quietly In London for soma tlmo, stavlnir
at tlio Bridge Houso Hotel , but at length
ho rosolvou to visit ids who whoso resi
donco ho li iid obtained from his friends,
She was living in n comfortable houso at
Sandlehcatli, near Alderholt, If) tho coun
ty of Dorsetshire. Sho wns tolerably "woll
provided for from tho intorest of tho
money ho had sottlcd on hor, prior to his
leaving England, and by au annuity
which Churlos Soton had purchased fo'r
hor. Taking tlio AVnlorlop Bridgu train,
In n fow hours ho wns fnen to faco with
his wife. AVhat passod at tho interview
will novor bo known; but it is presumed
that, soolng Soton was dead, ho endeav
ored to induco hor to livo with him again.
which 6iio reiusod. nor uaugntor. a
young lady or about nineteen, oxcocdingly
bountiful, was In tho houso at tho tlmo
but not present nt tho interview. After
spending threo hours together they
wanted into tho woods, or copse, atiioing
thu houso. Tho copso was about ono mile
lu circumference Hours elapsed, ovon
days, and no tidings woro hoard of 3trs.
uuignsn. it was presumed that sua una
loll tho neighborhood with hor husband.
fviicngw suspicion arose that somothing
wus wrong, us sho did not correspond with
her ahlldren, and tho story of hor being
mining win communicated to tho pollco
from ono end of England to tho other.
.i , ir..8'U'Vlx ll0ur8 llflt-,r I'" entered
tho little wood, was at the Lunham hotel,
London, whoro ho roglitorvd his numo as
uuu.li MiiHUII. I1U IinVOr IClt Ilia linlal
murdrcd his wife, and tried to Justify him
solf on the ground that she had mado the
llfo of a good man a porfect hell on earth.
nosiAiea wnoro tno body wouia bo round.
Tho wood'-WM diligently Searched, nnd
aits., jjaigiisn'8 was lounu ma under a
honp ot dried leaves. The head which
had boon sawn frefm tho body, was lying
a hundred yards distant. Hho had been
stabbed in tho region of tho heart oight
tlmos. nnd when found presented it most
A CURIOUS OASE-HOAV A N KG KG
AVAHiCONJURED AND AVHAT
OA3IE OF, IT.
' .' ' '
THE CONJURER-SUFFERINGS OF
THE VICTIM THE TRIAL IN
( . DEATH.
Nroiu Iho Memphis Appeal.
Thoro is grout' turmoil among nil tho
col o ted denlzons of tho county nbovo Gor
rrinhtowri.' Two or' threo months ngo a
negro named 'Jans Dordon, wai blttuti by
n dog supposed lo bo rabid. Thoro woro
tlioso who thought tho dog would got tho
worst of it, and tlio dog did die ; but KutiB
wiui not a 11(116 alarmed. Tho dug diod
ruthur hysterically nud raved nnd "want
on,'" Rtttis iMil. liko whisky guzzlers.
Rani wont. to Coillervllloatul iiDDliedn so-
called mad stona to tho wound indicted by
thu crazy dog, nnd such was the effect of
this and othor modicines administered
thut Runs thought himself safe. Ho has
recognized in nothing tho fact that tho
dog's fangs injected n subtlo poison Into
ins veins, wnicii would tinuiiy deihrono
his Intellect. In 'fact, Rifhs wns perfectly
well, and had been so for a month or
more, when, hut Thursday,, cxtruordlnnrv
symtums and sonsntlons woro dovoloiied
111 jtaiH bruins nud bowels.
HE COULDN T DltlNK.
In fact, Bans found on Thursday last, that
ho could force no lluid down his throat.
Tho baro sight of a cup of wntur turnod
Hans' stomach bottom upward and Runs
himself Insi Jo out. Ho tasted no food for
two whole days and nights; hnd constantly
ravodmoro vhilentlv. Twocxcollcnt nliy-
siciutu visited Runs, but could by no poi
Blblllty induco him to take any medicine,
and of courso their skill availed Runs
nothing. It never occurrod to tho doc
tors, as nothing was said of tho doe: bite.
that Bans was mad thut his aversion to
wator wat moro violent than n patent ro
ncutor In a primary election. Runs then
had recourse to u negro doctor, a man of
parts. His hoofs, at least, uro parts of tho
tlrst magnitude, and his learning, thus
woll founded, Is most ponderous, Ho In
vestigated Runs' condition, looked At his
toe-nnlli, bored nn artesian woll down
through tho wool, nnd ddwn on through
tlio clay, down tnrougu tun skin, anil
found that tho blood thut drifted nround
Rons' skull wos not wholly dried, nnd ho
at onca pronounced tho deliberate profes
sional opinion that Rans was
AVhon Rans heard that awful word ho
leaped out of bed and raved and roared
terrifically. Ho know that ho was "gone
up." Tho people of the neighborhood and
all tho colored population of thp. country
gathered for miles around. Tho cabin oc
cupied by Rans. became tho most attrac
tive placo in thd vicinity, und negroes from
ull quarters (locked thither. Thoro were
endless prayers uttered; feathers from tho
left wing of the oldest hen in tho countrv
wero burned, nnd every known menus of
exorcising dovils was resorted to in vain.
Runs still. ranted und howlod, and wns fust
loslDg his hold on life. Tho prayers wero
loader nnd tho crowd grow 'grcator'and
tho excitement more intunsu. 'At length
Rans ton's fold bv Pipeo. tha colored
Aesculapius, that Rufo Harrison wns tho
conjuror, lluto cultivated n Jitllo "pitch"
adjoining that of. Runs, nnd tho two hud
quarrelled. In fact, tho learned Doctor
"Pigcb1' so called because of his skill in
collecting stray swine nnd learned that
Rufo ami Rans had quarrelled, and Rufo
hnd-tohl Rans' that he would kill him if
ho did not. keep his hogs ut homo.
u THE CONSEQUENCE
of this, rovclutlon of tho skillful doctor
wus frightful. Tho exasperated multitude,
who had contemplated with keenest sym
pathy tlio lerriblo agonies of tho conjured
muu through day's und nights of mortal
anguish, wero now thoroughly maddoned.
Throo hundred doinonlao men went in
search of the doomed Rufo Harrison. Ho
wns ruthlessly dragged from his homo in
torror nt nigllt. Tlio oxnsporntod throng
tied him to u tree, nnd tho poor, helpless,
unoffending negro was benton and loft for
dead, AVo uro told that wltnosscs so sta
ted at tho inquest hold over Rans's body
that throo hundred lashoi wero inflicted
'Upon Rufe's baro back. Ho may yet dio
of Injurios to which ho wns subjected.
An inquest was hold on tho body of Rans
Darden, nud tho verdict wus that Rans
died of hydrophobia. As his
symptoms grow moro violont
Doctors aicLoy nnu Thompson entortain
ed not tho slightest doubt that tho bile of
dog inflicted in Juno cuused tho death ot
Hans on hunday. it is needless to say
that if Rnfo Harrison die, loveral negroes,
wno punisnoa mm ns u conjurer, whipping
thn Innocent creature till liornay not live,
will bo prosecuted ns murderers, or undor
that bonoflcont act of Congress, providing
for the personal rights and security of
excopt in thoovoning, nnd wui continually
engaged In writing during tlio day. But
as ho dld-not leavu his bed.room lor two
days, and ho would not answor to tho
many knocks mudo ut tho door, It wnB
broko open nnd ho wns found dead, hav
ing taken a largo dole of laudnniim. In
hit pocket was a will, dwly nttostod, by
which ho loft all his property to tho clill
dren of his wifo. Ho confessed ho had
Founded on a Rocicl Tho disappoint
ed adventurers who have from tlmo to time
altemptod to run tli'oir worthless potions
against Drake's) Plantation Uitters,
vow that thoy cannot understand what
foundation thero is for its unitizing popular
ity. Tho explanation is simple oiioul'Ii.
Tho roputntion of tlio world-ronowned
tonic is founded upon u rock, the Rock ok
Experience. All Us ingredients aro
puru and wholos'ome. How, then, could
tricksters nnd choats oxpnet to rival it
with compounds of cheap drug) nnd rofuso
liquor, or with liquorloss trash in n stato
of acetous fermentation ? Of courso tho
charlatans havo como to griof, Thoir
little gamo has fallod. Their contempt for
tuo sagacity oi ino community has boon in
ly punished, 3lcnnwhlIo "Plantation
Bitteuh seems to bo in a fair wny of even
tually superseding ovory othor medicinal
preparation included in tho class to which
It belongs. In ovory Stato and Territory
of tho Union it Is, to-day, tho accepted
61)001(10' for nervous debility, dyspepsia,
favor und aguo, rheumatism, and ull ail
ments involving a dcllcionoy of vital
$100toJ250 per month, ovrrywlmrc, mnlo and
fuinulc, to Introduce) (he thu latoxt iimirme.l,
moot mmp'o and nei'oot HHUTTLK HKWINu
MAt'UINi; over Invented. We cliallrniti thu
world to compete! villi it. Price only IIS 00, anil
fully warranted for live years, mnkliiK me
I'.lnstio Lock Ktltcli, Blllo nn bnili hldea. The
mono hs nil Iho hliil: priced ohultlu
uiHcninoH. A I bo. iiih celtbratmt nod
Intent COMMON HENBK FAMILY HKWINfl MA.
CUlMi:. Price only 1S oo, unit fully warranted
for lire yearn. Thee innchlnea will ntltch, hem,
fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and emtronler
In u mom Miperlor manner. And are warranted
tndn nil work that can bo done on any high-priced
machine In the world. For circulars nud terms
address H. WYNKOOP & CO., 2051 Wilkin nvenuo
I'. O. Ilox.27iS Philadelphia, Jn. i.!13. Umw
A Tlctim of early Indiscretion, rnuslug rcrvous
debility, immature decay, etc., having tried In
vain every advertised remedy, haa discovered
"hnplu mean or utir.cure, wh.ch he will send
fieo to hli fellow auljerer. J.il.Iteo s,No.T
Our Homo Advertisers.
'iWimA'to lt HMiTH, M. B. f
1flIDKN0tt-No. 21 Thirteonlh ltec(, be
Al IwcMi W'AthinKlon svonus and Walnut lrt.
Ulllce lirf Commercial avennw, tin Hairs.
U. W. DUNNING, M. 1).
RKSIDKNCK-eorner.Nlnlh and Wainul its,
Oftico corner hlxth atreel nud Ohio lte.
onice hours from n a.m. to 12 m., and 0 n.m
II. WAHDNKH, M. D.
I JBSIDKNCK Corner NlneUenth slieet anil
li Wliln(lon avrinie, near court houo. Of
(Icnovcr Aricr'aOroerrysiorc, Ollli'o Hour from
Ida. In. lo 12 m. ami Irom 2 lo4i, in.
II. S. llllimiAM.'M. 1)..
M..IHKA...II.I.. 111.... t..lM.. (Jt...... fr.
iiimiii'iiijiiiiiu I ii, Muiiiu on, I rmui -mi. vi-
llro l.'MJ Coinmercliil avemie, Itei-ldcnre on
Tenth street lliloe (loorswcstofC.lt. Wood-
BILLIARD BAI.00N AND BAH
ItOOM. JOHN (lATKM, I'roprlelor.
108 Cnmmercial Avenue, CAIHO, II.MNOI
Ileal brand of Callfo' UCIgari-Jual recehwj,
1111,1,1 A1II) saloon furnlhe(l with the best
of tublc.H ; nnd bur supplied with vt lues, liquors
und cIl'ui-m of tho finest brand.
Ni'i'.ciAi, .oti i:m,
.HATCH H LOU'S IIAUt DYE.
ThN superb hair dye Is the best In Ihn
world pcrfi'ctlv liiinnle". reliable nnd In
hlmiUimMiiis. .N'odlMittpolnluieiil. The gen
uine V. A. Ratchi'liirV Hair Du produeen
immediately a naturalblnckorbrown. Ones
not st.iln the skin hut lcuvcs Ihn hair clean,
oil und beautiful. Thu only safe unit per
fect hair dvc. Sold bv all druggists, l'uc
lory, Irt llonil stieet, N. Y.
OJsT MA Kill AG R.
Hnppy relief to young men from the effects
of error's ami jhii-es In early lifi Jlanhoml
restored, ImpedimentK lo Marriage re
moved. New method of liv;ilimmt. New
und reiuurkablii remedies. Hook ami crleii
lars sent fiv. In 'enlod pnvclnp.
Addron.HOWARI) ASSOCIATION, Nn.
'J South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. an In
stitution lining u high reputation for honor
able conduct nnd professional skill.
KOIt I.ADIUS MVS AND CIlIMHtr.N,
Kkiiitii St., Ht. Com. ic AVahii..
lias jllkt opeiii'd a new and l vllli cstab
llnhment. fully iii to the times, 'und Invites
old customers and new, ladles, children nnd
all, to faor him with their patronage.
dTAll work donu In the Latest Style.
AKD tlCALIB IN
EioiiTii Strket, Retwekn Wahiiinoton
and Commercial Avenuks,
AOjoluinK III 'IrnIioiiMO mill JUniiy's,
Keep thn l.e,t or lleM, I'orlt, Mutton Vnal.
Lsint, Sauai;o, etc., -nd aro prepnrod toscrte
cltuenH In thu rnont ncceptaMo manner.
RUTI'IIEK AN11 DKALKR IS ALL KINI OF
C'Olt.NKI: NlNKTlINllI ANI I'OPLAU Sr.,
Rliys and slaughters only (he best cattle,
hogs nnd sheep, und U prepared to 111) any de
muiul forlrcsh ments Irom one pound to ten
thousand pounds'. d
FOR SALK.1 For Halo f FOR SALTS,
' I KrrHale J '
FOR SALE. J KorBftiCll'OR BALTJ.
Furo from Liverpool,
Fnro from Lonucndkkky
Fnro from Glahoow,
Faro from Queenstown
'10 CAIRO, i : : : : ; : : $4 82 0
AuloVI. Morn A Ca , venta.
Liverpool NcwYoili and I'hltadelphla
VNOIH CONTRACT WITH UNITED STATU ANU BUIT1SII
For Cnrrying tlio Jlalla.
Fon passa'ok tiokkts
ob ri'iiTiien i.sroosiiTios
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
lsiiroajwuy, New-York, urlo
II. II Oil lt,
Wanhincton Avenue, Cairn. noia, 51
LIME I CEMENT !
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIJNU-Couiruorciol-av.,
Foot of Elovcnth-Bt.
Host qunlity of Llmo and Content al
ways on hand, and for sale at tho
very lo vost figures for cash,
CAIRO CITY COAL
U prepared to Bupply cuitomer with thu lies
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lelt ut Hulliday Uro. olUcc, 70
01110 lkvi'.k, or ut tho Coal Yard below tho
8t. Charles Jlotel, will receive prompt uttou
tlou. The Tuo "Montauk" will bring coal
nioiiKHuu 10 bieumers at any uour,
Vlnar Bittcrt are not a vile Fftacy Drink,
made or Hoar 1 Bom, Wnkicr, Troof Hplrlts and
llcftiso l.lqoorv doctored, apfced, nnd awectoned
to pIcMotliotMte, caned "Tonics," ''Actlzcrs."
" Itcstorcn,!' Ac, that lead U10 tippler on to drank
ennrss and ruin, hut aro a trao Medicine, made
from tlio natlvo roots and herb of California, free
from all Alcoholic Btlmtilanta. Tlioynrollio Ureal
Wood Purifier and a Llfc-Klvtng Principle, a Perfect
ncnovator and InvlgoralorortltcHystcm, earning
on nil poisonous matter nnd restoring tlio blood
10 ft healthy condition, enriching It, rcircslilng nnd
Invigorating both wind nnd body. They aro easy
nf administration, prompt In their ncllon. certain
In tligr results, safe nnd reliable In all forms or
Xu Pfi-mn mil lake tliran Illttrra accord
ing to directions, nud remain long unwell, provided
their bones nro not dintrijcd by mineral polaon
or olhtr nicstn, ond tho Mtal organs r, asted beyond
tlio point of repair.
Dvaitepata or Illillurxlloll, Ilcndiwhe, Pnltl
In tho HIiouldcrK, CouM. Tlglitucss of Hie Clirsl,
HUzIikh", etonr Krnctatlons of the .Stomach. Dad
TiiMo In tlio Mouth, llllloni Altncka, Palpitation of
tho Heart, Inflammation of Urn Limits, I'uln In Iho
region of Iho Kidneys, nhd n hundred other painful
syinptotii4,nrcllicDtrprtnfHoriivipcpln. In theso
complaints H has no equal, and 0110 lioltlc will
prove a better guarantee of IM merits llinn n
Vur Friunlr Ciiinplnllllii. In yoang or Old,
married or altiKlo, nt Urn dawn of u nmantiood, ur
the turn of life, IIicmi Tonic Illllcra display ho de
cl'led nn Iniliietico thai ft marktd Improvement 11
For Iiitlnniuinlnry nnil Clirntilc llhru
iiinilaiii and (lout, Dyspepsia or IndifriMloti, I ill
lou. tlenilttent nud imcruiltlciit Kwra, Diseases
of the lllood. Liver, Kidneys nnd lllndiler, tlioso
Hitters li.no been moil successful, such Ule.ic
are ranged hy Vitiated lllood. vildch l generally
produced by dcranemetii of the DIkcsiivc Oruans.
Tliry nt r 11 ('nil Ir I'lirgnllvi; na Avril u
n '1'uiilc, posessluir also tho peculiar merit of act
ing as 11 poncrriil niti nl In relic Ing CuiiKvMlon or
Imliinimatlon of the Liter nml Visrtral organs and
lu IIIU0U4 lllsensv.s.
I-'or Mi 1 11 DUciisra, rniplloii'. Titter, Salt
Hhctim, lllotehe", hpots, l'lmplc, I'ustute.s, lloll?,
Carbuncle?, ISIug-orms, Kcafd-lltad, horr lius,
Krjslpelas, Ilcli, Hcurft, ftKrolorallons of tlio Skin,
HumorH and Disease vt tlio hkln, of uliatcttr
nanio f r nature, uro lit rally dug up mid carried
out of the system lu n short llmo by the mo of thcuo
Ulttcrx. Ono liotllo In such cases trill coin luce tho
most Incredulous of tlitlr airatlt c ' Itecls.
Clronne thr Villiilril lllooil tvlicilCVCr you
find Its impurliles Ijursilnc ihroiiKh the Kkln In
Itmple), Krnplloua, nr 8orc-i : rleanc It when you
And It obstructed and fcluinUti lutlietclns; clcauso
It when It is foul j your feeliniri will lell you when.
Keep the blood pure, mid tlic hi-allh of tlic aystcm
i rule rul Tlloiuanda proclaim VlNr.OAR HIT
ti:ih Iho most wonderful Imlgorjut thai etcr sua
talned Iho slnlilni; njstem.
I'lti, Tnpr, mill iitlirr AVorma, lurking lu
tho ijalcin of Ro many thousand, nro meet ually
destroyed and remoied. f-aji a llsilnmilhed
plijslolok'lst : Tlicrc M scarcely an Imlli Idualon Iho
faco of tho earth whose body H exempt from tho
presence of worms; It l not iiion the healthy
element-) of tho body that worim rIat, but upon
tho diseased humors nud slimy li posllt that breed
these IIvIdb monsters of dlen'. No ajstem ol
medicine, no ternilfui;ea, no nuthclmlnlilcii, wUI
free the; system rrom worms llko these UitterJ.
Mrellnnlriil Dlsrnsrs. Persons etllfaed In
l'uluu and Mlncrau, such an I'luinbira, Type
setters, (iold-bcaters, and ltlncr, ns thoy advance
In life, arc subject to p.irnlytm of the llonel. To
uuard against llil, take a do.se of Walklu'ii Vin
Kota llirrens twice a week'.
Illllotia, Itiiiiiltli-iit, nml IiittrinlltMit
Fevrra, which are ao prevalent In tho valleys ol
our preat rlrcra throwiliuut tUo Unlud htatei,
especially those of tlio Mississippi, Ohio, MImouH,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cnmlerlaud, Arkansas. Ilnl,
Colorado, Ilrazos, lilo Urundc, I'earl, Alabama,
Mobile, .Savannah, Iloanoke. James, nnd many
others, with their vast trlbourtai. tliroiiRliotit our
entire country ilurim; the auuimer and Autumn,
and remarkably so durinir fca.son of unusual beat
aud dryness, aro Invariably accompanied by exten
hlvo deranRcments of the stomach and liter, and
other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a
purgative, cxcrtlns n powerful Infliienco upon thee
various orpins. Is CAseutially nectsMar). There Is
no cathartic fur tho purpose equal to Du. J. Wale.
nn'8 Vimkoaii llnTru", as they will ap.edlly
remove tho ilark-cnlored viscid matter with which
tho bowels are loaoul.nwue same llinustlmulaunK
tho K-cretloni of the liter, and scncrally rctorinit
tho healthy functions of the digestive orpanx.
Ncrofiiln, or ICIny-s i: 11, Whllf mcIUjk.
Ulcers, Kryiiilis, Swelled .Neck, fioltrc. Scroruloua
lnnamruations, indolent Innammatlons, Mercurial
Affections, old s-orcw. Krupiloua of the Pkln, t-ore
i:je, i lc, etc. In theso a In all other constitu
tional DLscases, Walkku's Vi.neiiaii Hitteks havo
hhown their ctrat curatlro owcrs in tho most
ubstlnato ami intr.ict.iblo rates.
Ur. Wnlkrr's ( iillfoi nla VIlifKnr Hit
ler net on all thew! ritsei lu n Mmllar manner.
Ily purifylnii tho lllood they remove the cause, and
by resoltlni; away the effects of the inflammation
Illie tubercular depolls) tho atrected parts rccelro
icaltti, and a pennauent cure Is effected.
The proprrtlea ot Da. WaLSHR' Vineoak
nirmai nro Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative,
NuirliloiH, Laxuthc. Diuretic, hedathc. (Banter
Irritant, hudorttlc. Alteram e, and Antl-liillous.
The Aperient nnd mild lxatlfe propertied
of Do. Wai.krii'h Vis eo All Uhtli-i are ths test
pafe-Kuard in cases of eruptions nnd malignant
fevers, i heir babiamio, healing, and (toothing pro
perties protect tho humon of tho faucci. Tnclr
hedativu properties ullay pnln In the nervous sys
tem, stomach, and bowels, from Inflammation,
wind, colic, cramps, etc.
Their Colllller-Irrltnlit Inlliiriire ex
tends throughout tho system. Their Anu-lllllom
properties stlrnulato tho liter, In Jho secretion of
bile, nnd Its discharges throned tne biliary daets,
aud aro superior lo ull remedial agents, for tho euro
or unions Kcvcr, Fever and Ague, etc.
Fortify the ImxIj- ruIiisI dUrnir by
purilytng all Us onlds with Vlneoaii lurrr.us. No
t pldemlc can lake hold of a system thus fore-armed.
Directions, Take of tho Inttcrs on troiug to
bed at night from a Half to one and oric-huh wine
glassful. i:at gool riourtshlug food, inch as heef
sleak, muttou chop, venison, roast beef, and vege
tables, nnd take out-door exercise. They aro
composed of purely ugctablo Ingredients, and
coaiaiu oo spirit.
11. II. McDOXALD t CO.,
Druggists and lien. Agta., ban Francisco, Cal.,
cor. of Washington and Charlton Sta., '. V.
SOLD BV ALL DHCliGISTH A DKALTjRS.
RKUt'l.AR I AlltO. I'AOrt All Ic RVANs-
vili.u si:.mi-vi:kkly l'.
Tho Fast nnd Klegant Pas,f njer Hlcamer
Jack Ghammi:h, Master.
Ki). TiioMAb. Clerk.
KtT Leave Cairo for Piidueali und Kvaii'
vlile, every TluirMluy and Ninthly cMjnliif.',
at (I o'clock, conneetlns at Kvnnsvlllo with
.1... i ..r..m i "i , ,.. .
iiiu i.wuis, uiu aim s .iiiuiuiiuii pucueis, ror
freight or paia;t! apply to
Iami:m llliiOsl'as.seiier A't.
RRGULAR CAIItO.l'AnL'OAII .t KVA.S't-
villi: ,skmmvi:i:ki.y i'acklt.
The lino I'li-sciigcr i'acket
NKOI.lv Rl'DD. .
JSTLcavoi Cairo for I'atlucah und Kvnus
villti every Tuesday arid Friday ovonimr. at li
o'clock. For frclglit or pasatrn appR- on
boanl or to
.Iamls llir.dtj, l'ns-eiier Ag't.
RKGULAR CAIRO AND KVANSVILLi:
.si:.mi-vki:kly arAii. link rackkt.
The line low premiru Rabsengcr Racket
AV. R. I'KNNINGTON...
JSTLeuvcB Cairo every AVednesdav and
Saturday evenlm: at (I o'clock, for l'aflucnh
and Kvansvlllu. For. freight or passage ap
ply on uoarci or in
OAIltO AND PADUOAII
The splendid steamer
Stanley Hhown, Cnpt,
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday exceptod),
at 4 n.m. For freight or passage apply on
board or, Jan.'itl
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make throo trips daily.
Our Komo Advertisers.
I SEATIKO MOtMD tl
.a.m. At 8:30
-a.m. At liOO
p.m. At e
C'OMMINHION AMI FOItWAHUlMC.
CeMKNI, 1'LAhTKH 1'AniH,
l'liASTKlUllt'S II A IK,
.NO. 71 OHIO I.CVF.K. UNDHIl (,'ITV NATION
rTTFor Ih'e purpose of building up n
wholesale, trade lu Cairo. I will sell to deni
er ami toiHinetor-i In lotH or M barrels nml
upward, nt maniifacliirlng prices, adding
(.'alio, August in, 187a,
MILLER & PA11KKH,
IJKALKH8 IN FLOUIt, CORN
Oats, iray, etc.,
AGENTS yon FAIRUANK'S SCALES
Ohio Lctce. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J.31. rillLLlPS & coj
IB.icceasora to II. It. Hendricks A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
AN II 4
AV1IA RI--I10AT lMtOPRIETORS.
srt-jp;,, Llhvral AiltaneemrnlH mado sTsfj
jv upou Conalgnmvnta.
Are preparrd lo receire, itorn and forward
freiijhts lo allsjiointa and buy and
sen on commission,
rllisin'sj atlended to prmnpllr.
Z. D. IIATIIUtUt,. K, C .U1II.
MATHUSS Sc UIIL,
Commissi on M e n c jiants
HA V AND WESTERN PRODUCE
mi. m omo i.r.VKi:.
STUATTON fi UIRD,
(Hueee.sofj toflrAttoo, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Illinois
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LKVKK,
YV. M. Williams, Jah. Kix.sli:v, V.
I.ttn of Vickaburg, 3Iis. Latn of Cln'tl, J
W. M. WILLIAMS sV CO.,
fil'KCIAL RAILROAD, StRAMIIOAT AND
l'OltWAHDINO AND COMMISSION
f5, OHIO LEVER,
I AlltO, ILL-.
.JOHN IJ. PIILLIS & SON,
(Hucceitora to John II. Willlif,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Con. TENTIl-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
OIII'O RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,