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THE CAtRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1872.
JOHN H. QUKRLY, Editor and l'ulll1icr.
TERMS OK THE DA HA' HULLKT1N:
8SS :hl&in :;:;:So no
une momiii ij - 2
1 HIT IH'llllin ......
Till! DOLLAR WKEKLY RULLETIN
Jobn II. Obcrly Jim reduced the
tlOtl price Of the WKKKLY CAIKO HULt.KTIN
to Ob loMr. pr annum, making It tiio
of Now York ;
TOR VICB MMIDKNT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR BKCRKTARV OK 8TATK.
FOR AUDITOR OF FUnLIO ACCOUNTS,
FOR 8TATR TIIKA8U11F.H.
CHARLES N. LANl'HIER.
FOR ATTORXKY OKNKRAI.,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
CLERK SIJI'IIF.MK COURT NORTIIKIW
CLKRK 8UPRKMK COURT CKKTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
CLKRK OF SUPREMK COURT BOUTTtBRN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
silent contempt, U n fact that lias been of speclo paj-mont
ascertained already. Not odo of them will
regard his nomination na worthy of a pub
Geo. W. Wall, Llboral-Domoorotlc
candldato for Congress, is canvassing
Massao county. Ills mcotlngs nro woll
attended and enthusiastic.
Tho numbor of Liberal Republicans
In Hamilton county, Ohio, Is stated nt nf things,
My opinion was,
yearn ago, and I niiYo scon no
reason to chango it that wliou wo
had ono hundred and twenty-flvo millions
of money In tho treasury, mainly
gold, and whon wo hud a rovonuo exceed
lug tho necessary outlays of tjio treasury
oy more man ono nunuroii millions por
tlion In a condition
lorcsumo spcclo piymonts ; that if tho
government had choson to say: " AVo
will rcsumo wo lako our greenbacks as
gold, nnd wo rccelvo thorn at gold, " that
llioro would liovo boon no difficulty in
making that resumption under that stato
l navo soon tno uanK ot Jin
5,'JOO. In tho ontlro State tho number is
16,400 a sufficient forco it is bollovcd to
elect tho Llboral Stato ticket by 10,000
Tho 'Christian Union,' Henry "Ward
Bcochor's paper, blasphemes right in tho
fuco of tho Now York 'Times,' by saying,
"Tho Republican party has suflbrcd, llko
all long successful parties, from a hordo
of plundorors, high and low, who In tho
shelter of Its ranks liavo pillaged tho com
Qoorgo Francis Train has formally
withdrawn from tho Presidential contest
Tho outlook for. him, ho says, is not en-
gland resume I liavo known banks of
our country to rcsumo with n vory much
smaller proportion ot avallablo nsscts to
tho liabilities than tho troasury of tho
United States had at that time, so that it
scorned to mo to bo a foasibio thing : but
wo did not rcsumo becauso tho peoplo I
mean tho business peuplo did not want to
rcsumo, and in my judgment that reason
will oporato just as woll next your, or two
years, flvo years bunco, as it opporatcd then
It is my iudgmont that wo aro likely to
rcsumo ; l don't know wnon, out not In
any near period of tlmo. Thou, I say, If
wo want to rcsumo wo need all tho ro
sources wo had thon and wo ought to have
husbanded thorn carefully : but if wo
wcro not as you, and t know wo wcro not,
to rcsumo for a long tlmo to come, thon it
scorns to mo a business policy was ro
b . r f quired of tho govornmont that is to pay
wo now hope, will bo thrown In favor of ,u n ,u troagl)ro bovotld
Victoria AVoodhull and Fred Douglass. fBir working balance, rcduco its debt by
-Mr. Edeorton. of Indiana, tho IndL omuoh. stop tho Interest, and loavo tho
FOR CONGRESS F.IOIITKRNTII DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MBSIBEK BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN II. OBERLY.
AVk are authorized to announco Mor
ris B. AVilky as a candidato for City
Treasurer at tho ensuing charter election
We are authorized to announce C. K.
SLACK a a candidate for the oillec of City
We arc authorized to announce R. A.
CUNNINGHAM as a candidate for City
vidual whoso namo was used in tho Louis
villo Bourbon convont'on, in connection
with a nomination for tho vico-prcsidoncy,
has publicly declared that ho has no sym-
Dathv for tho t O'Conor movemont, and
will throw his Influonco In favor of Grce-
loy and Hendricks.
Tho offer of P. T. Barnum to put up
$100 on a wager that Connecticut will
vote for Grooloy and Brown; troubles tho
Grant "bluffers" who trado "on tho na
tional electioneering fund.
Ono of our subscribers at Hock Bluff,
Nob , writes : "Tho causo of Orooluy is in
tho ascendant in Nebraska. Tho Demo
crats and Liborals will have a majority of
o,000 in tho State.''
HIS SPEECH BEFORE THE CIN
CINNATI CHAMBER OF
QUESTION OF FINANCE
AND COMMERCE DISCUSSED.
STATESMANLIKE VIEWS FORCI
BLY EXPESSKD, ETC., ETC.
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HARMAN a a candidate for Circuit Clerk ot
Alexander county, at tho ensuing election In
We are authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exandcr county, at tho ensuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce II. AV.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
AVe are authorized to announce P. II.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November clcetlon.
AVe aro authorized to announce PETER
SAUP as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
AVe arc authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRYIN as a candidate for reelection
to the office of Sheriff ol Alexander county.
AVe are authorized to announce JOHN
U. UOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the deel
ion of the Democratic Convention
It is said, and with much truth, too,
that if Genoral Grant had not boon n sot
he would havo been a professional sport
Ing man. Although tilling tho highest
offlco in the gift of tho people an ofllco
that has engagod tho cntiro time of tho
greatest men of our republic General
Grant dovotos moro tlmo to tho race
course and to tho discussion of tho lino
points of blooded horses and bull pups,
than most men of tho country moro than
Barney Qulnn, moro than Tom Allen, and
quite as much as his lata bosom friend,
"Wilkes, of 'Tho Spirit of tho Times.' His
habits havo bocn of tho tnoBt selfish and
degraded, and his associations of tho low
est. From an indulgence of thorn no con
(derations of duty could soparato him,
oven for tho short interval of a tlnglo
season. Isn't it humiliating, to contcm
plate even tho'possibllity of such a crea
ture's election ? Such a possibility exists,
and disagreeablo as it is, tho good men of
the country must bring themselves to a
contemplation of it.
ANOTHER BOURUONIU FIZZLE.
Tho Blanton Duncan, O'Conor-any-how
Democrats held a State convention in
Springfield, last Friday, in obedienco to
the call issued by tho somewhat notorious
Joe Ledlio. Accounts differ its to tho
number of delegates present thre, six
and even twelvo are said to havo been In
attendance. Joe, disbelieving tho state
ment that there aro not moro than a dozon
Bourbons in the State, was indignant, In
Tiew of the scanty representation. En
couraged by the adage, however, that tall
oaks from littlo acorns grow, hu procoeded
under the call "to nominate one presiden
tial elector from each congressional dis
trict, and two for the State-at-Lurgc;"
and feeling in tho nominating vein ho put
up Sidney Broese as tho Bourbon candi
date for Governor, as well us for State
elactor. AV. C. Gondy nnd several other
persons completed the electoral ticket, to
tbe manifest satisfaction of Ledlio, but to
tfa great disgust of the parties nominutod.
Tbe convention was such a badly played
faroe tbaf even tho Radical nowsnanor.
Cincinnati, Sept. 21. Mr. Greeley was
recuived nt thu Chutnler of Commerce ut
noon to-day. Ho entered uccompanicd by
Mayor Davis, S. F. Covington, President
of tho chumber. and J. L. Kocko. Ho
was introduced by Mr. Covington, and
was received with uroat npplauso. AVhon
nn let was restored ho snoko us follows
Mr. Prcsidont nnd Gentlemen of tho
Chamber of Commorco :
You will do mo tho iustico to boliovo
that I would not havo chosen to appear
boforo vou as an instructor, for so it will
soem to vou with rocard to mutter a which
vou must understand bottor, perhaps, than
1. I am horo becauso I am ask to bo
hero; und being here, 1 propose to inako
to you a low suggosiious, which, J. trust,
win liavo it nructicai uearimr.
I ful v comprououd tuat vou aro misi
ness men, nnd mat tins is a misincfs nour,
und that whatever Is suid by me, ut nuy
rnto, must bo very brief. To plungo at
once, then, into tho middle of tho subject,
l am ono ol llioso wno uo nut ieei entirely
satlslled with tho financial nnd commercial
condition und prospects of our country. I
rcalizo that wo havo just secured vory
ubundant harvests, und that thoyJi.ro u
vory iinnortunt element of commercial
prosperity. 1 realize that wo havo u cur
rency iiuito nbuudaitt in its volume, and
acccptublo ut pur over tho larger portion of
our country. Wounvomany eiemonis oi
strength ; und yet there seems to bo tilso olo
mculs or portents of weakness, which
ouL'lit not to be passed over in silence,
You will boar mu witness that for tho Inst
two or three yeurs wo havo heard more,
felt more, sullured moro of u commercial
collapse, I might Buy commercial difficulty
from tho oporuilons of what aro popularly
called "rings" than over before in tho
history of this, und I think in tho history
of any other country. "Corners" in
wheat, comers in outs, comers in pork
(great laughter, corners in gold, corners
in blocks und so on, und so on. Now gen
tlemen, I urn not hero to say that this par
ticular clicmo which tried to forco up
pricos, or that opposlto clique which tried
to forco thom down was right or wrong in
any instance 1 am not sutllciently famil
iar to judge AY hut 1 suy und whut 1
think you must bcllevo with me, is, that
these exhibitions, these ebullitions, aro
symptoms of llnancial weakness. If not of
liuunciui ulseuse. They uru incidents
which aro not likely to occur in
u perfectly sound and healthy con
dition of a commercial business, und tho
currency of n country. Well, wu got tm
with them as well as wo can, or, rutlior.
wo chase ono away nnd
another soon presents itself,
and evory now and then, in tho
groat commercial centro where my work
hus been curried on. thoro comes a su
perior corner, somo kind of u "Bluck Fri
day," or something that tlireatons a com-
morclul disusior-Mi general disaster nnd
then appears tho secretary ol tho treasury,
with his horns of plenty, anil ho lets loose
something. He either buys stocks, or hu
soils gold, or ho does both. Ho puts us ut
cuselorn littlu tlmo ngaln. isuw I am
not hero to decide that that is not tho best
ho can do. I don't know about that , but
1 do Insist that tho business ot thu country
ought not to bo in n condition to requlro
this continual application of something
arimcnu, somctutng let down Irom nbovo;
that there should liu a state of things
wherein business men uud business inter
ests should take euro of themselves, uud
not requlro tho continual interposition of
foinu iiuuue auuiority in sucli a dictatorial
torin. borne men uru swumucd when ho
appears and othor men uro relieved. Pur
haps the greutet good to tho greatest
iiuuiuvr n uccuinpusiied, lor might I
Know, but l want to so a state ol things
when tho government shot continually
colled upouMo help us out. It rominda
mo of thostatoof. things that existed in
my earlier days, when, every onco In n
while, Mr. Nicholas Biddlo was called to
Wall street In about tlio sumo caiianitv
that tho socrutury of tho treasury is now.
to put his shoulder to tho wheal nnd lift
us out of somo catastrophe, lift us out of
somo miro, or ward on somo catastrophe
I think wo ouirht to bo ablo. that vou,
gentlemen, ought to bo able to devise tho
ways and means, not only of getting us
out oi one particular cornor, but or pro
venting corners in tho luturo, rendering
them Imporfslbhi, or, at all events, disas
trous to their contriver. Now. I mn mm.
posed to bo a man of isms, or, what U tho
word? a man of hobbles on thU mihinnt.
Some moil Imagine that I am a vory furl-
gold and tho currency in tho hands of its
businessmen, instead of holding it up in
tho treasury to mako ono of theso periodi
cal (tho conclusion of this eontonco was
lost in nppiauso.j J mi i am not n uog
matist. I do not nrctond to present this
as n matured and scttlod conclusion.
What I do horo ask, whut I nsk of this
chamber Is to orlginato nn inquiry and
investigation by man of business and
capltnl as to whoro tho propor romcdy for
llieso disoruors oi which i
speak is to bo found
Lot us tin cm m ttuoui it.
Lot us tako time. Let us invest
tlgato slowly, carofully, nnd let tho bus!,
ness men of thu country como to a conclu
sion as to tho propor romcdy not lor r
tiurt cu ar disorder lo-dav but somct nntr
which snail uo u protection ngainsi mo
periodical rccurronco or theso disorders,
This is what I would havo tho business
men ol tbis country do. Jjooic nt tno
matter as n disonc. Not nt ono particular
symptom, and detormin just whnt and
whom is tho rcmody. I vonturo to say
that if tho men who cotnposo chambers
llko tins will agrco upon what tho remedv
Is, they can havo behind them tho pross of
tho country, vim scarcely nn exception,
nnd tho public sentiment of tho country,
nnd whatever shall seem to thorn, aftpr
maturo deliberation, alter carlul discussion,
tho truo euro for our llnancial disorders
and dangers will bo accepted by tho gen
oral judgement of tho country and carried
Into ellect. Tins is nil, gentlemen : und
with those few remarks I thank you for
your patient nttcntion.Grcat npplnuso
Alter tno conclusion oi .nr. jrccioy,s
speech ho was escorted to tho vcstlbulo by
tho hall, whero ho took u lurgo number by
tho hand as thoy II led nut. Ho soon
thereafter proceeded to his hotel, whenco,
nt 1:30 o'clock, ho was escorted by tho city
olHcinls, Mayor Baker, of Covington nnd
xsowpor, whero no was publicly received
prior to ills departuro for Louisvlllo. Tho
strcots wero thronged with people, nnd
ho was rccoivod witli cheers in many
places alone tho lino of march from half-
past u to tno 'tiiiango nour no rcccivou
t Nonas nnd citizens at tno isurnci uouso
ninny persons calling.
DIABOLISM IN ITALY.
HORRIBLE TRAFFIC OF A JEW
A DESPERATE DEATH STRUGGLE
AND A DOUBLE EXECUTION.
closo to tho oarsman, thrcntoncd to stab
thom unless thoy Immediately rowed her
uacK to mo snore. Jionronusoun mon
tried to push hor overboard, but sho clung
to tho bargo with desporato otiorgy, and
it was not until thoy had.stuncd hor by
striking hor with tho oars (hat sho Anally
sunk into tho wator. It was nbout dusk,
nnd no ono had noticed tho torrlblo
tragedy that had been onnclod In tho beau
But ono of theso curious accidents
which happon so rarely, provonted tho
consummation of tho foul murder.
Voronlca was picked up n fow mlnntcs
uftorwnrd by n flshorman who sallod past
tho spot in a frail craft wheru sho wns
Moating. After rubbing hor tondorly nnd
giving hor n few drops of cognac, ho" suc
co'idcd in restoring her to consciousness.
JHll tno nonr ilrl swooned nwnv nrrsin.
and sho was still sotisnlcss when the kind-
hoart"d fisherman landed hor on tho
quay. AVhnt should ho do with hor?
Ho called a policeman, and the two car.
. iuii nur iu fcliu ju5MUll Ul unit urui uuiiiiu,
whoro a doctor oxamincd hor nnd drcssod
tho lame wound in her skull. Sho ro
mnlnod u wcok nt the hosTiltal, but her
reason scorned to hnvo beon impaired by
tho terriblo blows sho had recoived on hor
head. To nil inquiries as to whero sho
was from, uud who had treated hor so
brutally, sho unvo tho most ubsurd nns
wors. Bohrcndtohn's card, howovor, was
lound in her pockot j and so, nfler tho
wound was bealod thu Jew of Parma was
wrltton to, and on tho following day ho
himself appeared nt tho hospital, nnd
took poor Voronica uwny in a closed enr-
riago, saying that sho wns a crazy nicco ef
ins who s and wns in tno nnuii oi running
away from homo. Upon returning with
her to Parma, the Jew and his wll'o took
her into tho cellar of tholr house, and, af
ter chloroforming her, opened hor jugular
voin. Tho sensoloss victim of their cruelty
bled slowly to death, nnd Behronsohn
thereupon dug n holo in tho ground und
inlorred hor in it, oven before her body
Now, what had caused him and his
wifu to pursue- this nirocious course toward
tho beautiful girl ? Ho had for years en
gaged in the business of selling uttractlvo
young women to tho villains who tako
them to Tripoli, Tunis, and Alexandria,
und rccelvo thero u vory high prieo for
thorn from tho proprietors of largo harems.
The Italian government has boon very ro
miss in trying to suppress tills nefarious
trailic, which is constantly carried on be
tween tho seaports of Leghorn and Genoa
and thu African coast, with unpnrrallelcd
boldness nnd almost entire impunity.
Tho slave-dealers crulco betweon these
ports nnd tho African coast, nnd such
scoundrels ns Bchrcndsohn supply thom
libornlly with human mcrchunuiso. Tho
fato that awaits thu girls iu Africa is too
horriblo to describo.
On the nlcbt of tho assault upon A'or-
onica lzzo, tho Jow hail two of his confed
erates in tho bargo. xney intended lo
toku her to on Africnu gocsotte, which
was lying outsido tho port. A oil nwnro
of tho terriblo punishment that uwaits
him nnd li is accomplices, in case tneir
crimo should bo discovered, they hud nt-
tempted to murder tboir victim minor
than let her escape Hearing that sho
was In Genoa at tho hospital, hu had gono
to her ns was clearly proved on thu trial,
for tno purposo ol murdering her. Ills
wifo had sent tho servants out of tho house
nt tho tlmo when hu wns expected to go
back with hor, nnd bud everything in
readiness for putting her to death.
Two days afterwards n servant girl of
uurncndsoiin a nottcod that nor master
was digging lato at night in tho collar.
Ho was trying to cover tho spot whoro
tho senseless victim had poured out her
life-blood. The discovery seemed so ex,
traordinary to hor that sho told hor lover
nbout it, who, having spitagainst tho
Jow, informed thopollco ot Bcrhendsohn's
suspicious movoment. An oxaminution
took place, tho cellar was searched und It
did not tako tho authorities lone: to dis
cover tho horrible disfigured remains of
tho murdered girl.
Our Homo Advertisers.
COMMUNION AND FORWARDING.
CEMENT, I'LABTF.n 1'AllIB,
PLASTEllEll'S II A I It,
NO. 71 OHIO I.KVKK, UNDKIl CITY NATION
ISTFor the purposo of building up n
wholesale trade in Cairo. I will sell to deal
er and contractor)) in lots of 60 barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo, August 1.1, 1872.
HTRATTON & BIRD,
(Huccejtors totitratlon, Hudson A Clark,)
67 Ohio Loveo, Cairo, Illinois
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS von FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
AV. 31. AVILI.IAMS, JAH. KINSLEY,
Late of Vickiburf!, Midi. Lute ol Cin'H.J
W. 51. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
VOIUVAllDINd AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEA'EE,
CAIKO, - ILLS.
ridicule It and that tho gentlemen nom-
UaUdwUl treat their nominations with ousdomander of the immediate resumption
A fow weeks ngo, in tho ancient city of
Pnrma, in Iti.lv, was thosccuoof ndoublo
execution, to which tho peculiar circum
stances undor which It took place, and tho
fact that tbo culprits that wero beheaded
wcro husband and wifu, tho latter n wo
man of proposscsslng nppcnrauco, gavo it
an unusually horriblo aspect.
Tholr names wero Jacob and Anselma
Bohrendsohn. They nro Israelites of
German extraction, nnd hud como to
Pnrmn four, years boforo, seemingly in
Iirosporous circumstances. Jacob, tho lms
land, was u man nbout 40 years of ngo,
and his wifo, Ansolma, a tall, handsomo
brunette, with Hashing black oycj, nnd ox-uuislto-shapcd
hands and feet, only 20.
Jacob Bchrcndsohn had opened In ono of
tho suburbs of Parma, n lnrgo millinery
shop, in which ho employed about a dozen
young girls. Tho Parmesan women nro
noted lor tnoir extraordinary beauty, oven
thoso belonging to tho lowor classes of
socloty being gonornlly tall, .of fair fncos.
luxuriant nair ntui uncommonly grncciui
ooaring. no .nr. iienroiidsoun's employes
wore mostly vory pretty girls. It was
noticed, howovor, that tho handsomest of
them frequently left his establishment af
ter bolng with him only n few days. Thoy
told thu girls who remained that" Mr. Buh
rundsohn had kindly obtained moro lucra
tive situations nt Leghorn, Gonou, or
Marseille?, in which cities hu had wealthy
relatives in tho samo lino of business. MoU
or tlio girls in Italian inland cities, who ob
tain places far from homo can neither read
nor write, nnd so their relatives hoar from
them randy, and nt long intervals.
Both Buhrondsohn nnd his Imudsomo
wifo frequently mndo brief- trips to thu
seaBiiore, anu returned always seemingly
In tho happiest mood. Thoy wero liberal
to thu poor of tho city, thoy treated their
girls woll, and everybody spoko highly of
mom. no ono suspected their truo char
acter, much loss that they wero to end
tholr lives a fow years afterward on tho
scallold, by tho hands of tho public ex
ecutioner. When tho truth finally became known
when it was discovered by what ter
rible means theso fionds incarnate had
amassed thu money which thoy spent so
frcoly, and apparently for such resnect-
ublo pitrposos, und whut n frightful fato
tnoy nau prepared lor moir poor, innocent
victims thero was nn outburst of horror,
such us Pnrma has nover witnessed before.
and tho jail of tho city, whoro they wero
confined, had to bo guarded day and night
by a strong military force.
In tho lattor part of Docombor, 1871, a
young man railed at Behrondsohn'H shop,
and said hu wished to hnvo n position for
I.Ij .1.1,,. cd,,w.l l,.1.t.... ..I' la ...1.1.
Ilia sioiui, li onvuh 111 vl lol WHO
long golden hair, und tho face of ono of
Hupbnors .Madonnas, voronica l.zo wns
nor namo, mid Jionrunusoiiu Immediately
onirajrod hor scrvicos nt n salary much
hlghor than was usually paid to milliner
girls at Purina, ond two or threo days
afterward hu said sho might do still better
ai nonoa, wnoro mo might obtain a slttiu
Hon nt double tho wages. Ho offered to
accompany her to that plucu himself. She
agreed to follow him, and a' week or two
aiierward mu two wero In tho suporh old
city ol Dorias. Bohrendsohn proposed to
Wironleu to havo a rldo with him in tho
bay, which sho Joyfully necoptod. Thoy
entered a bargo, and woro rowed out to
soa. No soon or, howovor, wcro thoy
about flvo hundrod yards from tho shor'o
than Benrondsohn und one of tho ours
mon pounced upon tho iinsusncctiniF i-iri
and tried to gac and bind hor. Shu sn-.
coodod in frooing herself from their grasp,
and seizing a large knifo which was lying
A GAMESTERS DEATH-BED.
"CALLED ON A UjUKKN-KULL" TO KTEKKITY
(From the New York TimeO
Edmund Wellington, who was shot nt
tho " Now Idea" suloon, Broadway, eurlv
on Saturday morning, was dyiug at E
o'clock last evonfng. From tho tlmo of
his admission to thu hospital until 1) o,clock
on Sunday ovening hu Had lain on hi
right side. At that hour ho mado two or
three convulsive struggles, uud nearly
inrew nimseii irom mu cot. Tins was
provented by tho attendants.
"Lay mo on my back," said AVellington
This was dono, and almost immediately
nttcrwnrd it was ascertained that his en
tiro leftside wus Paralyzed und insensible
lo tho lancet, while his riglrt sldu was un
usually sensitive. Hu lav In that position
raving in nn incohcrant manner, growing
If it is truo that tho ruling passion is
strong in death, then AVellington was by
naturuu gambler nnd u winu bibber. At 3
o'clock yestordny tho 'Sun' roportor wns
ndinitted to ward No. 10; whoro tbo man
lay dying. His left oyo was covered with
a cloth, and a milky-opal film covered the
jiupil of tho right eye. Ho was entirely
"Do you know this gentleman?" asked
" os? ho is Tom, tho Tinker. Give mo
For u momont ho remained silent, and
then broko out; "I copper on tho aco."
"Twenty dollars on thu jack." "Hold c
I coppord In tho pot." "I call you Ion
queen full." "Beor nil round." "A hund
red dollars on tho rod." "I draw ono only."
"Fifty dollars on tho turn up." "AVhy
don't you bring on thu champalgno?"
"Red, givo mo u stuko, for I got broke on
"Lot's all tako a drink," etc.
Forncarlvton hours ho hud been mnl
toring in this wuy, occasionally changing
In tho afternoon thrco of tho gang who
wero with him nt t'lotlmo of tho shooting
callod nt llollovuo nnd porsistontly de
manded admittance to tho ward whoro ho
lay, saying that thoy wanted to ijivo him
something to drink. Tho names of two of
them are unknown, Tho third Is ono Bejl
und is minus an oyo. Ho wjis recently a iul
tlent in Bullovuo HoMiItal from a cut across
tlio abdomen received in n drunken row
Why nro not thosu witnesses dotained''
MRS. A NN A LANG
On Eighth Stroot, botwoon AVnshington
mm liuiumorciai Avcnuos,
Islreceltlng dally new Invoices of
01 every description, ami at Paicn to Suit tiii
T1IK LATEST STYLES OK
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
JOHN R. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John 1). i'lilllii,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OniO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
HE IlC II A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
MHO niYEK AND KANAWHA
Our Homo Advcrtisors.
Chartered SIrtrrh 31, 1NOO.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. 11. 8A1TORD. I'rcMilelit .
H. H. TAYLOR, Vice-President J
II. HA'SLOl', Sccrotary and Ttcamrcr.
P. St. Barclay,
K. 11. HTOCKfLKTII,
J. II. I'llltltM,
I'At'L 0. tiClll'll,
11. 1'. JlALLIbAT,
ncpoaltM oi nny Amount Itorol vcm! Irom
TNTVI1V4T iiaIiI nn ilmWialtn nt rMft ol SIX
JL percent, per annum, March Iiitand Beptcm
fwr 1M. Interest not -withdrawn In f.diled lintnc-
illatcljr lo iro principal oi me ucpnsiis, wirreuj
RlTlnx thrni compound Intercut.
MAIIMKI) WOMKN AND UlIlbUUKn MAI
n THAT NO flNB PLIE CAN P1MW IT.
Open erory business Uny from a a.m. to 3 p.tn,,
and HntunUy eyeninif lor HAVIMJ DKrOdlTb
only, from 8 to o'clock,
fttlUlT W. Mini, ill , AtVHBUICI.
70 Ohio Levee,
J. M. PHILLIPS &, CO.,
(Huccesiori to K, 11. UonJricis & Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
THE CITY NATIONAL
UAIltO, I I.I.I NO IN
DOLLY VARDE.N SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDKN' PAUAKni.s. lvrr-
seiner witli all (lie other nrtlcl
iL'i hl!;?t,( l"HS, Millinery uud Trl
' JUS:.,'.? 1,0 1,01,1 "t,llu very lowe
Of" Call and hin lii'i.
No trouble to hIiow
lrt2 Liberal Ailvnucoiiicnid made M
KP9 upun CunnlKnments. tSSf
Aro prepared to receive, itoro and forward
freights to all points and buy and
sell on oommiaalon,
MIIimlness ailendod to promptly:
Z, D, MATIIU88.. K. O .UIIL
MATI1USS & UIIL,
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. t OUIO LEVKK.
W. I'. IlAI.lilIMY, I'rMldontj
IIKNRT L. HALLIDAY, Vice-rreilJentl
A. H.MAKKOIII), CWilcr;
WALTKH li YHI.Ol', AHltant Caxhier,
HTAATl TATLOn. ltOBUT It. CCNKINHIIAM,
IllKV I.. IIALIIKAT. W. 1'. llAlLtliAr.
Or.O. 1). WlLLIAKtUM, HrmilN JllKU
A. II. lUrroKU.
ExrUnriKP, Cnlu nnd Vnllptl Male
HondH llouiclit mill Hold.
KI'OSITa received, and
a general tanking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or OA I HO,
DANir.I, IlUltn, Vrealdenti
ItOHICUT. MIL.,', t. Vio..l,ro. lnl
C. .N. 11UG11KH. t'Okliler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
TTlXCIIAMiB, coin, banV cotrn and United
XJ titatea necurltlea bousliland sold.
Inlrrrnf AIIowkI on Tlnif lruiHn.
CAIRO CITY COAL
(4 prepared to
vlth the be
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea ut Ilalllday llro. olllce, 7i
oillo l.KVKi:. or at tlie Coal .Yard below tin
St. CliarleK Hotel, will receive lirounit nttcn
tlon. Thu Tuo ".Mo.ntauk" will bliii!,' coal
alniiL'lile lo htvamcn nt anv hour.
AND IltALtll IS
HARRY AVALKER & CO., Prop'n.
Thl house li newly fitted tin wltlClwo
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
.Suitable for all kind of
The c.'iloon l t-tockcil with tho llct
KiniiTU Strkkt, Bktween Waiiinqto
and Commercial Avenues,
Adjoining UI'IviiIioiino nnd llminy'H.
Keep the ho?t or lleet, I'ork, Million Veal.
L'initi, Sannaitc, etc., nd are prepared lo ctrvu
nltizen. In the rnot nre nptiMe in Hnner.
DR. II. C. TAREIt,
AVII1 resuiiio tlio pracllco of hl iirofeslon
with eM'ccial refervneu to the eleetrlcu
treatnicnt ol dUeu( lu all tho new und liu-
proved tni'thiiils iil'iiiillcalliiu.
Ill all caci. (if ffinalii roiinil;ilnU a ladv
will be in aticnilaiifc.
Olllce, I'.!:! Commercial acnuc, u (.tairn.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
Rr..SlDKNOK-.No. 21 Thirteeiilh street, be
iwcon WHaliuiKlon aenuoand Walnut street.
Ullice liK.omiiHTclHl avenue, up Ktalre.
C. W. DUNNING, M. I).
RESIDENCK-corner.Ninth and Walnut eta,
Ulhce cornor hlxlh street anil Ohio loveo.
Oltlce houra from 0 a.m. to Vi in., nnd a p.m
U. WARDNER, M. I).
RliHIDKNOK-Corner Nineteenth atreet nnd
Wahln)tton avenue, near court hnune. Of
tlceover Arler'eOroceryHtoro, Olllco Hours Irom
Via, in. to la in. and ''om 1! to 4 n. m.
R.S. IIRUillAM, M.D.,
1 co lllO Coiniiiercial avenue. ItcMdcnco on
lenth htrcet three doornweiitofC.R. Wood
Vho Dr. Henry 'EWorld' Totc ond
It la tho great bouaehold'rcmedy, pleasant to
taka, yet potent for the prevention and euro of
ilUeowB. It Is better than Blttera, Cordial,
lluchu or Barsaporllln, Sold by Druggist
Dr. Henry') Itoot nnd Plnnt Pllln.
Mild yet thorough no nausea or griping en
tirely vegetable-great liver remedy. ITIce S5
cents . Sold by Druggists .
Mr. Will tco nib' Nyrap.
Tlie great soothing remedy. Price only 25
sents. aires rest to tho mother and health to
tho child Sold by Druggists,
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
Engravings, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
Pi Ice CO cents. Address Du. Butts' Disrofr.
uiiT, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
aro compotindcil In tho mot njiprorcd htylo
JSrCoineaiid cn foryourarlf. They keep
on hand a tine i-lock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWKITZER CHKKHK AKI) 1IOL
JIEFKGSH.M ENT TABLES
are spread monilii and evciiliic; at tilli
o'clock, at which nil are im Itcd to partii1
pate frecol charge. M.lil I
UILLIAR1) SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN HATKH, Proprietor.
100 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS;
Beat brand of Callfo UCIgaralu rceelv.J,
1III.I.IARI) caloon funil-hcd with the best
of tablet ; and bar supplied with wIiich, !ln,uor
and cluari. of tlinm-t brand. v ,
NEW FURNITURE STORE.
ha ojicnod a New I'uniltiiro Store on
Commercial avi'inie, opposite Seventh
Urci.'l, and respectfully call attention
of thu cltl.uui of Cairo and Mir
ruundiii country to lili
LARUE AND COMPLETi: ASSORTMENT
All new, and warranted of tho
THE A'ERY REST MANUFACTURE
lie Ktiarautecs Kitlyfactlon Ixith In price
aiuliiualilj' of (,'"od.
tSJ'l'all on hint before you make your
purrhn-ri'. K-'J.'i dim.
Succckorto U.S. Ilarrell.
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton's ltlock 10th Mreet bet. Commer
clalainl Vaiihlii(,'ton .Wenuef.
HENRY II. MEYER,
. 4 .... .t.i ri.v .. i kliiri llPriu f
GRAINING AND MARBLING
or every Dcecrintiou.
DECORATING AND GILDING
lu every style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Oltisn (Sildlnu
Ordci H boliclted for Scenery, 1'reucoe und
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Ollt, plain and oniaincnt.il. All work in-tni-lcd
to my caro will he promptly at
tended to. Shop lu Perry House, corner ol
Commercial aeuuu and Eighth btrcct.
tJYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee' Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Soven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
threo and ono-lialf libs. Primo
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powdor Tea, Ono Dollar and
Sevonty-ttvo Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar por pound, and ev
erything proportionately choap
at' WILEY & BIXBY'S.