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eewilty, er no hcuvlly upon labor, th
wageaof that lobor are diminished nearly
ornulto one-half, measured by what they
ought to buy, and that, could these disa
bilities tinder.-whlch tho poor buffer, be
gradually rernovqjj so tut notM cjfato too
vIoleHt (llHtorbinco or thfstallabed
onlei? p( thlrt, " pauporlf m,lkndS41l the
u4 rtinhR brtnnvartv. and wlthVlhoa a
largJUrtiofitho crlmu riuil Hhainloflho
iianatrylwould dlaappear. EbclWte wat.
a thousand rnllllohB of dollars a year will
not compensato labor for tho wrong that
It suffers In tho United Htatcs uloue.
Compare this vast um, deuled to tho
nnnr hv tha onoratlon of unlunt and un
equal law, with the struy copiierswdlmeau
nVl Hnllum ffrndirltiirlv clvcn by capital.
. for tho relief of tho great wops ,tht the)
V law has creatodi and you seo What'wo1
have to hopo from setting up tliB law of
Qod for tho control of the affairs of men.
J preach to you fundamental 'politics
rather than murk out a ijoUcyYfof the' In
stant adoption of which tho. Newspaper
.Press mutt strive. Tho limitation 'nnd
abtiscH of human frct'dom 'that I haVo '
pointed out as being so powerful" In pro
moting' inequalities in the condition of
our people, arc bo Interwoven with' nil
'our Institution, ourhnblw' of thbnght,
our methods of business, nnU ouV p'creon
al nnibltlons, that tUb roforhi' whlch' I
foresee, must como gradiJliy "arid with
care, that tho whole, social 'fabric ihay '
not ho brought down about 'our cam.
With what 1 bellove to bo, a clear view
of tho ultimate tendency tunl goal of iron
Institutions in this country, and with tho
conviction of years touching' tlm necessi
ty of Insisting upon the tibsvrvnncc, by
the govornlngpower, call It what' wji'wlll
of the Inherent sanctity or tllo rights of
the Individual, I am far fnim supposing
that the political milleiilum is at hand.
Tho world moves slowly at the best.
Men lenrn with difllculty, and uct with
Irregularity. I shall not live, and prob
ably tho youngest of you will not live, to
see the day in which bank notes will not
play an Important part in our national
economy, howbeit their efl'oct Is always
pernicious to the national industry and
wealth; when Uiq device which, under
the pretence of protecting and rewarding
labor, robs and defraud It. will not still
bo called a tariff, and still do Its bad
work; when the administration of law
will bo so reformed that Justice will be
easy and cheap to all ; and when the now
Increasing monopolies; to-day threaten
lug the absorption of tho wealth of the
country, and pointing to the Industrial
bondage of thu people, will be replaced
by a irreat co-oporatlvo system, in which
all tho benefits of corporations shall bo
attained anil nil their dangers' avoided,
But I may point out to you the direct
ion that our government must take If It
would becouio n government of tho peoi
pic. To remain stationary is for us Im-
nsiuallitn IVo Ml Mat nrltNitlrtn - ntvtfMili
tiio revolution tieiivrreu us rrom tlio
effect of kingcraft. No fe'ta'o Church
over had a solid foothold in tho land.
Tho rebellion killed nnd burled that atro
cious thing, Chattel Slavery; and now
tho road Is open to nn ndvnuco to Vhlch
both God and man invite. I have, and
I hope you gentlemen have, unlimited
conilileuco In the bencllcencu of human
freedom and thu capabilities of our peo
ple for taking cure of themselves, If left
without other than Just restraint; but'our
work litis Its realization of fruit In tho
future, if we can labor nnd wait, our
command will bo our coming country
men who will apply what wc preach.
To tbcin wo may say, what possibly
would not bo heard now, though wo
should say It never so loudly.
If you would have Jess poverty, pinch.
Ing want and hnpelcxs pauperism, put an j
end to tho robbery by which labor Is do- j
spoiled, and you shall seo how rapidly ;
your dirty and cheerless homes, your
oup-nouscs, your oui-or-tioor rennr, unu
your pnuper-hnuseH and paupers will dis
appear. If you would have less drunken
ness und profligacy of appetite, relievo
men, by letting titan atone, of tho terrible
and unceasing struggle of some for
wealth and of others for bread, whereby
the ends of life uro perverted, and
unconquerable craving takes the
plucc of healthy satisfaction:
and then seo If your distilleries would
not be needle, except in furtherance of
theuxotul ar'.s. If you would llavo less
KroMltutlou, strike tho fetters from the
a'nds of women, mo that having an as
sured place in society, a fair reward for
their labor, nn equitable inheritance, till
the proper Instrumentalities of self-pro-Ufotloii,
and, in tho general prosperity, a
comparative certainty of marriage, and
you shall see how the houses of infamy
will become places In which songs of
happy maternity are sung. If you would
have a higher sense of Integrity for tho
government or society und tho State, set
the example of honesty In the law, and
so shape our organic constitutions that
tho outgrowing statutes shall bo confined
In their operation to tnoso things which
legislatures may properly control; and
Biark, soon, the loud outcry about bribery
and corruption will cease to be heard.
If you would have law respected, make
it respectable; and seo how soon mut
torings against Its tyranny and oppres
sion Mill end, und how nobly men will
uphold it. If you would havoless crime,
make the law a constant synonym, or
Justice, so that, despising and resisting
that which Is wrong, men would not, us
now, confound that which Is eternal, un
changeable and true, with that which Is
temporary, unjust and of course, falso;
and then seo how fast the Jails and peni
tentiaries would bo comparatively utiton
ated, and how quickly men would learn
to lovo as a friend that which they now
hato tiH un oppressor. If you would con
fer tho greatest poislhlo boon upon tho
country, hwoII Its Importance among tho
nations, till It with wealth, multiply the
Hources of its power, and make it tho nn
disputed arbiter or tho world, continue
what our revolution commenced -make
all Its citizens free, releuso their Indus
try, allow tho growth of their hopes, und
assure them, high and low, that a dollar
earned Is a dollarsecuro from thorobbor'a
clutch. Make every man free free to
do everything except to do wrong. Free
dom is the indispensable pre-requlslte of
UV?.!'P?or 10Hce on eartl1 nnd Good
Will to Men.
I expone to you the ethical and politi
cal dnctrlno of Christianity, In its widest
application to the affairs of men. And
it is not without a touch of sadnesa, that
I remember that it is nearly nineteen
centuries since the Master, who "was
master Indeed of all the springs of hu
man action and of thu ultimate purpose
of human life, condensed till the maxims
of Just government iuto that command
of divine slgnllleance und everlasting
duration: "D unto others as ye would
that others should do unto you.
Id Lewis, the Grace Darling of New
Rart, haa received a gold watch and chain
om tho two soldlors whom the rescued.
ad tbe citizens
are to give her a new
Queen Isabella has given orders to the
effect that no more newspaper reporters
and editors shall bo admitted to her new
palace. She Is greatly displeased with
aoaai'of Mm atorles which several of these.' J
if . . . . . . .. . .M
ennrpnsNM; noneraians nave pumisnoa
'about hen ; Father Claret'lsllkowlse'dis-'"
''salMed wfth tho attention 'tHo howspar
n.oiram nave oeouDOKO wing upon
ImRjjIa January laat tbe ex-Queen
hlutcd that slio would not.bo displeased
n . I. ?A.L. I.I
cute certain Parisian editors for slander
Ing her Immaculate character.- 'The
French government, however, did not
tako tho hint ,
P. G. Schuh keens Laudroth's garden
seeils, tho growth of 1808; perfectly
sound andreliable. , 2wd
Any 'Subscriber of tbo 'Evening
Bulletin falling to recoivo the daily issue
thereof, will please make It known 1 at
me oince. iw
Barret's"' Premium Ilnlr Itestorntlvo.
j PIANOS AND SEWING MACHINES.
j1 0. OAltSON, - - " '
' " ' ''A'int for tho iaIo or
ij.i i i
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PIANOS A3STJD ORGANS
1 with to Inform tlie eltlicm of Cairo nnd ndolnlnR
ruuiur), inm i Kin iiuit
l'lniiov, Or;nu, nnd Wlicolor At WIIhoii'h
Privilege of InrliiiHO,
HontnilcslueUd from tho purchno rifl until r-""l I"
All pmon wlhlnjliiitrnme'ntiorScwlnj; machine
Call and Learn Particular.
rfreon obtaining iruilnftocnti througli my aficne;
Anil will ofrrlKhtinil iho)(ino of tuning for
, . onnyar.
, - .i
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H VKlt MA CHINK lfil It R A NTKD,
i . i ; , i . . j t
.: HlVrfixji in ity ). 1
For further pirtdndnm iutd lllumrAtol 'iri-uW.
'J. C. CAKHOiV,
flHK MI2XI0AN EVER-lIKAltlNQ
STlt VWIIKItltY. t
Tho Bent "Variety Known
ACONTINUOUH AND I'HOLIKIO Wre r from the
flrtor Juno tintll frnKt ; rich, nuli-wld tutor,
tine flwlronn roHer, tlgoromi habit. Altogether
tuptrior to wiy other kniwn variety. J'rlco (3 pur
down. The utidcrrijinvd nr tho (.incrul Ae nH for
Souttiern llllniK, ((.'ouiitiu along ond eolith of O.
tc M. It. II.. I u hbin, ur tlioir uiilliorlwd nffenta, nil
plantH or U-rrlex in l)iilhrii Illlnol iiiuntlw ordered,
1'nun lru imiQunt f ti'tiiiiony thofollouinK let
ter tn .1. 1'. Whitlnlr, K.. nf Detroit, plTesnn Idea of
Oiiiuatiiiiktion In whlcli thia vtriely U held by tlioi
Uinllliir wlih ilKii4'rlrc'liiiniotcrifitlrai
Uuuileo, Mich., MMtdi i, Ut.
J. I'. UirriNuN- In anawer to your iiuiutry
irlatllM to the Uilrii'lui'lloiiuf thu Miixican Kwr-llw-Ini;
Ktranherry Into Ihu eoimtry, 1 have tho honor to
ttn that It win l.riiii(ht from Mfzinn In tho fall of
IH1, liy f. Jltiek sn nitlmato frienu of our family,
Mhn prin nicil in itllli u rll. from ll.ith lm vnc of
V. Ntruiitoii Meie projxiKal'l.
The lne m tlK'1rfiiiifror,en1unUtilllclently har
lly to cndiireHny nrillniiry heut or cold. Thla btra
herry i njuulitio hen-r, openiiiK it bIoHoin early
IntheNprinK.and eontlnuini; t Monom and Uar
until fio-t rulN theTlnex In tho (all. Thefla.
orof the Urry Ixexerllcnt; imil.onitiKto Ita linn,
urn and l.icl, if lioiilny.will hyar tmniortatlon U.I.
t r tlino any fiUn-i- trHHlK-rry, lte upeetfully,
J. W. MAWIN, M. I).
TiefiiltouliuiiliiioiiyUfiuui A. II. Tnbcr, pro
prlrtor'of the llehl. oue, IVtroit, formerly of the
Petroit, JanuurySS, 18tfi,
Thl l tin'ertiiy tht i h:iv-,iliiriuKthii montha of
.Kf. .Inly, tturulrr imj Oiluhtr, ecn nnd cat-
, n the MtaiiU in l ulltd tin. Me.iK-.tn Kter-Hearlnif,
iiiiiUrowi, l.yJ. l. Whilliisk Co.. lu tho aeaaon of
and tlmt them tn ! a .( 'e fruit yTkiirh taror,
r', nnd will .ithj of onltit'iduui, A. II, TA1IEH,
!' pnet..! IliJtUf lliituo, Peirolt, MHi.
JIldJ-nrdA IClliry, (inlulal AtfeiitK fur HoulhctU
Jllinl.I r I:, U lKJtr ChleuKo, (luneral AcenN
II. HV III 1IK4ICI,
H. II. K:um: , Mlro.
J. r, WIIITINU Jk IX)., Freyrletor.
apMm ixtroit, Michigan.
EW CLOTHING I
' BARGAuS JPOtfi JTHE PBtf IdR
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HtivlnL-closed out thi'lr old stock of Clothing, lime
I.argc and Nplcndjd Slock,
Which cmbracoa overjr kind of
Faililoaabl fjnlleme Wjr, . t j
nun nucn as in mihou to iicia--r.
They would ask especial attention to their ctipply of
tn whloh'thej profes?lo lead tho rriwket. 'Aino'to
ikon- ' r i: ' it
Which emlirico all Mjle Cloths, iCafalmeru
Twewla Ao.,,from which they tnanufacturo' I
- cfc'oTinxn to ordbii, ;
In (x )e mnnn.er, nd strictly foahlonaUo.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
In very complete, Including nmny noveltiui,noTcr ho
foro hroilfiht to thli market. , .
Trttnka, nf nrery "tyle, Vullaea, Carpet
,urcd of their nbllltr to sell , Roods from their tiw
ptock, cheaper than ever liefore, the v rely upon ill.
criminntin public toexlend them tho patronage they
Wholcalo nnd ltet.iil Dealer in
GENT'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
JI VTS. CAP.S, Ac, Ao.
At tho old rtand,
Corner oTNIxtli .tree! and Ohio Levee.
CAIUi:XTKK AND I1UII-JKR
iKEAll TWELFTJI STREET,
UETWKKN POPLAR HTUEKT AND WAHIUNCTON:
J. i. T U K R E 11
la preparil to furnlih
Good XZaztcI Wood'
At prices which defy competition, and nlro to
Deliver In any part of the City,
On the Miottesl notice.
Invo ordcri on latei at Hulen'K crocery. Loner-
Iui'm feiti atore, and Wood and Ilnavli'i grocery.
gAINT CirAKLEj HOTEL,
THE ST. CHAItLES HOTEL,
The only FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
Is now in themo.t unexceptionable order for Riif. it
illOKOl GIt HKXOVATION
Tim pat Summer.
Tovmaj, Spa OO Por I3ay
BaRKOKe Carried to and front tlie Hotel
fre of Charge.
Day Hoard, Ticcnty-Ficc Dollars cr month
JEWETT WILCOX CO.,
DYA8 T. DAHKEIU
JOHN II. miLLIH.
JpARKKR & PHILL18,
Commission and Fonrardlntr Merchants
And Dealers in
Hhj, Corn, OnU, Hraat, nud nil Hind of
OHIO LEVEE.....M...M.......-.-.aiIItO, ILL.
a. V. AYCKK.
jYEKS & CO.,
f. J. AYRKH.
0 0 M MISS 1 0 iV ME II CH A N TS,
No. 1U3 Ohio Levee, CAIHO, IbL.
gTJIATTON, HUDSON A OLA UK,
(SueeeKo it to Ciliiiilnglium t Htratton,)
Grocers und CoiniiilsIon Mercltauts,
No. 57 Ohl tTeet Cairo, III,
yyAKD'S EUREKA TONIC!
ViimVn Slieuwatic LlnauicHtt
Now hi reputation overnll other remedies before
the public, for tho reason II has cured many case that
have luitlledtlio skill of our moat eminent physicians,
nnd pronounced Incurablo by them all. Persons auf
fcring with Dyspepsia, IndlKestlon, HIak or Nor reus
Jleattachn, Chilli and Fovcur, Typhoid ami llilllous re
Ten, Cou2h, ijolda, Conaumption, Rheumatism, Neu
rnlgin, 1',-iiu In tho Wdo, JlrtuH, or Dock, houldat
once prouuioa buttlo t&chof theso invaluable. rente
dies and Ui reatored ot once to perfect health.
EUREKA TONIO Is Rood for Debility from any
cause. It has no equal an Female Ilemcdy, Itnlda
Digestion and purities the Wood, und prevents dla.
ease,eleanslnithe system of at llmpurilies, which if let
remain, produce a sallow complexion and bring on'
disease that makes Ufa one ol misery. Wood's Enre-
ka Tonlo Is compounded of the purest Vegetablo Ei
tracU,und Is pleasant to Uko, and mild In It action
on the system,
Try one bottle it will keep your Liver and Htomaoh
rlKht, and prevent bllllousness.
W. N. WAHU, ceyipjgtou, Kyt
A. It. WHITAKEU,
Wholesale and Retail Agent, Cairo, Illinois,
I .1 - ... ......inniunl
DflUQS. C0MMI85IUN AND FOKWArwn'--
PUKK'DKUGS AND GHEMIOAXSj
(Patent ' AC edloixioai
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. T01LE1V ARTICLES iiffv.!s I
A X li'FA yCY fiOOUN.
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ESPEfJIAi-iTTEHTIOK PAID TO PRESCRIPTIONS
SOKE JiUT THE PUREST
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Comioundci! Materials urn used.
KOIl MEDICAL USE.
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No. 74 Ohio I.eree,
TA LKKlt & SISHON'S
i nindidly furnl'htd
I1ILLIAK1) HALL AND SALOON
OO Oliio Xiovce,
.NEXT DOOR TO Fllt-ST NATIONAL BANK,
Is now in full bW, and Is the
Of all Wfll-reniUted billutrdista, and good judge
eicellent beverages; and nvervtiody knows
and aaya the Hall is v
Tho Oaljr Firt.ClaM Billiard 4 Drink la
ftaioo la uie city.
Are kept in good order, and are of the finest finUh.
Connected with the eatablishment la a
Presided over by the most popular anil successful ea
terer In tho Cltv. Meals arn served i.rnnmtlv Uinnlrr.
(jame, Oysters in every style, and all tho luxuries ob-
lainauir, aiwnys at me coinmana or cnsiomert .
LLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Quickest Route rrom (ho South
ut, fionls, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago
svvr inrsf nosioa
ALL POINTS EAST AND NORTH.
1'assenKer trains arrive nt and leavo Cairo as follows:
Anniv-3i30 a. si ,....! a 6 p. m.
m'.l'm'Al4Q A. M 4100 P. M.
Both trains connect at Ccntralin with trains on the
At Pana, Ilee&tur, BlAorn'iiKton, El Pino, La Hullo
IF, I. ... 1.'- . i 1 .. I fl..l...
jllUUUUlU, flTCI"!!!! ..nifllM, M.'11UU,
and all points in
Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, MUsourl and
And with lines running East and West for
St. Louis, Springfield, Lonlsrllle, Clnclu.
nan, iuuiaiiaioiiH aim louihiuuk,
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
Bouwiern, unu t'ltunurg, rori iitnyuuaim
Chicago Rnilroidn for
WAHUINOTUN ctir, nu
11 3Eolxs.ta JBaat.
Vor thrnush tickets and Information, anuly at the
Illinois Central Railroad Depot.
General I'asseugvr Agent, Chicago.
JAMfo JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
A O. HpLvpjSN,
Cokneb pjr Sra tkkkt Ni) Ouxo Lny
ill work in this nne-.exocuien promptly ami uvv
ANfJ AT IlEASpNABLB BiTE8
II. 1IENDR1CK Je CO.,
. Prompt nttcntlon glvei't to FornrdliiK orleon
rOKWAltlUNM AN1 COMMISSION
" oii'6 LEVliE,
f . ' i
JJK. W. R. SMITH,
PHYSICIAN A3I hUROEON,
bnici:t no commi:uciai. avvnce
(Otcr llannon's Hook Sior,)
lU)ldeiie, No. 11 Thlftenlh Htrxt. npl tf
C. W. DUNNINU, M. I.
ItErtlDENCE-Cor. Will nnd Walnut Htreett
OFFlCICur. Othtitrcelniid Ohio I.ee.
OFFICE llt)UHS-From 'A.m. to t m., and from
3 to o p.m.
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
1 u ?:
5 0 5
QAI110 DRY DOCK COMPANY,
Stcamhoats and Ilarpcs Docked
IlcpHlrM Ion ut Nkori JS'olloe
AND IN THE HIST POSSIBLE MANNER.
Stcamhout Lumber on Hand.
ItcnalrlnK on Levee Atteuded to
AIKO IJROOM MANUFACTORY.
W. F. M'KEE & RROTIIER,
Having tierfocted their arrangement for thamanufi
turo of Hrooma hi thla city, aro now prepared to ml
orders at as
As the samo qualities of brooms con be purchased any.
Orders leR at tho store of O. D. Williamson, 76 Ofcie
Levee, or tlie
Mannfatorv, Fonrteruth street, between
Walnut aisid Cedar,
Will be promptly attended to.
Order, by m.H.h.Madd- B
P. O. Box 43,
piIANOK OF FIRM.
C. K. VKAOKK 4b CO.,
Hnvlnir iiiirvhased tho entire stock and ttxturca of
Aug. Kormneyer, are prepared to do all kinds of
OaH and Steam Fitting
n a neat and workmanlike manner. We are also nre-
...Au will nlaaaA fftvn
Dared io repair uu num. ui uu. lumiv, ulu
process of uroniing and gilding make them In every
baitlcularftsgoodiw new. Those having suck lit
I.: uriu nU.uA fftvmis a call Hatisfuctlon ffimrui.
teed in ail cases,
C. F. YEAOKK.
F. E. MUKIIAT.
And for wale by Iiruggiste generally. mar3)-3m.