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JS ri.UKST l.t mi dejunlK at llic rati- ir
Ircut irauiiuin, llnrch Ul ami .Sapb-iu
jr 1st Intsrnl not withdrawn ll aililnl luiiur
lately to the principal of the drK4lt., tneirby
JlrlbK them roriiixiuu'l Interna
Married Women and Children mav
DepoHit Monoy and no ono
olso can draw it.
U.n er.ry biitints ilny fhun'.u in tu.tiui
. "ttnidny erenm ir ir.gf il,ail only
mm i to i ii i lues.
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WHOIX.SAI.K AN (J H Ifl'AI I.
TN 1'tIK CITV.
Ooodfl Hold Very CliBO.
Uornar 10th St. anil Coimuiirclnl Av.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WiOOlf KAN
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Noar Thirth-Fourth Streot
SIXTH STREET, Botweon OHIO
I (LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Mtuuifnctureahla own Horuo SIioch and
can Absuio Qood Work.
CAIRO Cm BINDERY,
r. cj. ::ioi,
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HulMIn BuliaiiiK. Cor. Twwlftli Httvnt
uuil WuHhiiiKton Avnuuo,
Or li'o, XUluoiM
fJ('omilyuuil Ilillroi.lWoil. afperUllv
lal 1.3, U B
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twim WnihliiKlf.il avenue mi J Walnut street.
Ornt'K. North Mc of F.lKlitli atfMit I.
twn Commercial ami Washington avenue.
Q W. DtXNNlKO. X. D.
HKHIUKNCK: Corner Ninth ami Vyalhli
OFFICKi CorniT Slalh street aiiJ Ohio lvee.
OFNCK IIOUItHl from tt a. In. l'ini,,aO(
frnm 1 to 8 p.m.
JOIIH B. MULKUT,
Attorney at aLw.
OrKICK i AtnaMrncr on Nlnlh Htrrrt, be-
iwrrnti -viiiiTiKion avenue ana Ainui at
T-JR. R, H. OANIKE,
MHU: ASH IIKSIDKSCKi KUIlII. fitreet,
liflwet-n Wu'liliipl.m anil Ounintrclal Avenue.
wir caiiio, nx.
RE A I, EST ATI! AMENT.
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;uNVEyANCiu, irotAuixi roiuc
Land AiranU of the Illioola Central and
ourungion ana wuincy u. M.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lava,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WtiolrMlr and Retail Ilralera in
Foroisn and Domestic
.VIXFN OF .41,1, KI2VDN,
No. 60 Ohio Loveo,
MK-vill?. hMYTH A CO. Iiavt rontantly
u Urire tlock of tbe Iml nwt initio mat
in t, in.l Kivrenpecial utt.'lilloti to I tie tWiolvwiU
rauctl of I lie tjUalneo
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
I (lie lilHIlit (Mil
LINIMENT, Which has stood the test of 40
Thoro is no soro it will not Heal,
no LamonesH it will not Curo.no
Acho, no Fain, that Afllicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horso
or othor Domestic animal, that
dooti not yield to its magic touch.
A bottlo costing 25c, BOc. or 81
hns often savod tbo lifo of a Human
Being, and Restored to Lifo and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttoring a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern
Lightning RodB, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing Promptly Don.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between WaahlnKton ntl Oomruarcial
Avanuea, odjoluintr Hanuy'a.
KKKI'fl for Kk llu- ldt lltrf, I'ork, Mutton
Veal, !.aiiiu. bauaaKt), Au.. ami it pre
pram! If ervi- Imnlllefl In an aivntli!e manner
I..H A II. IC. AKIN Clilraiio
Xj. ). Akiu eft Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Cotumerclal Aveuue. . - . CAIRO. ILLS.
B3'i lion lavnrinir u with tlielr palronuge
i .. "' ? wni'l'li! Ilntror KOOih from wlilcu t
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1870.
BAYARD AND BOUTWELL
Scono in tho United States Sonato.
(peclal lo UileK0 Tllnei.)
Once, rolcrrlnft to Ilnriri)'a allnMon to
llic rnlon-ciiif tit not ilccltton, Ilmitwril M,
atiei rifigly, "Ttic gcntleiiian trrtoa to hall
llio ilecinlon with gre.it Joy, I itppoc he
wlllaoon bo atklnj; for a remlition of Ilia
fines impoard on the Ku-Klnx ratirdereri'."
When hli wrath had exploded ltll, he
aid, (.i.eaklDK of Hotithern member of
ConrtM, "Thiiie very men. freab from
llclih ol blooil, are lu re nuking a great
abnw or InvpatlKnting the Ittpubiican
party, which wa4 magnanltnou enough to
give them tlielr al In Conret, but tbe
spirit of rebellion ia not dead. It la a
strong at It ever waf. It If fe'trrlng here
In CongreM, although tliey have made a
great cry of "let b&vo peaec."' The tun
dency of the debate had been a mystery to
everybody until lloutwell touched tlie en
forcement dcclMon. TliU explained the
whole builnc. Tlie Hepubllcanc, ilncc
the declilon of the Supreme Court, have
been jieechleM with rage. Tbey arc wil
ling to accun; the Supreme Court of parti
vamhtp, or a tendency toward rebellion.
The Senate wan atruclc with amazement at
inch Intemperate rage. The benchea filled
rapidly, and the sallerien evinced buttle
and intercit. ii)ard wai expected tore,
ply In tiUal rage to the malignant octet
of the drawling ex-Secretary. It wai
quite evident that llayard waaboillug ultb
wrath, lie eat at till dek waking
Botes ol Itoutwtll'a tirade, ani at time? via
I ll jr clored Ills teeth, so that the naileries
could j"ee tlie miucln of bin face in rapid
motion. Morton again attempted toget the
floor, but vlelded.to Hiyard, who began
In a clearly constrained tone. Ordinarily,
hit voice U pitched to as to give the lmprev
tlou that he l atralnlng It to lu lull force,
and yet be cau hardly tie heard, eald he:
"I hardly expected thit tbe gentleman
from Matkachiirett' was going to let out hla
black vial of hatred ol lb: .Southern people.
I want him to undcnUnd that 1 do not In
tend modifying my remarks us to the cour-
toy of debate. I repeat them to the gen
tleman, ami want him to take their lull Im
Then M voice changed suddenly to a
full manly ba-, which at lirt made one
think It came from eomi-one el'f. He re
iterated bl bonet u Hi for a common spirit
of frletnlelilj between the South and North;
a he proceeded, declaring he'dld not be
lieve the gentleman from Maaclmsetts
represented Northern people in what he
had ald, lleliaJ-een lit by Inouetidoea
tochirge blm with dWnyalty. rten mov
ing to the I'Ju of liU deik, and looking
MUMrely at ISuutwell, liayard Mid: "I -ay
to him, that whoever eaya a drop ot
lo j ul blond everr.tn In the velai ol the men
or women ol my ancestor lle In lil
lhto.it." Thetpeakcr had gone ou to grad
ually an J utirerlraiiietlly that the tlaal shot
wai (tilte iiiievpected A frightened
'Hence fullowcd, Tlie Senator', tinitied to
tiled ilirectue of rpeech, vat tranilixeil,
A cry of"fiooilV'"Hiijd t" iiddenly broke
the sti luci', and et the .mperxl.-cl excite
ment In motion. A -cattetlng of upplatue
began, when the door-keepets could lie
heard calling, "Stop that"' "Slop that," and
rerrj t gavel waa coming down ontliedi-k
with fearful force. Kerry attempted to
order tho .Sergent-at-Arm to place men In
thogallerle- to prevent any further breach
of the rule, hut he, like everyone e!te,va
d aft'ected lay tho cene that he becamo
adly Involved. , lloutwell pretended to
open a newspaper, but It -hook violently
in his handt and he laid it doun. lUyard
continued In u tew sentences of doting,
but before he had liuUbed, lloutwell had
left the tloor and gone Into tho cloak-rooms.
Withers n( Virginia, and Maxey of Texa,
-poke in anwer to llout'.vcU's charges;, and
llruce wa about to make his long-expect
ed outbreak, w hen Conk line, who was sit
ting by his Mde, anuo and said that tho
gentleman from Mississippi would prefer
postponing Ills speech, provided It was tbe
lir-t thing alter tbe morning hour to-morrow.
Thereupon tho Senate, adjourned,
without going Into executive session.
Official Report of Capt Eadi-No
Damage irom mo utorm The
Least Depth Now Fifteen Foot,
(New Orleans Bulletin, April 1.)
The following letter has been mailed to
.M. VaWi. Presidents. I'.J. Co.:
Tout E.ws, March, ai.bTO.
Mr. .1. S. WhMi, l'reslient South l'as
Dkah Hut Our recent soundings
IiuvkIiocii very elaborate and embrace tho
entire length of the Jetty work, anil ex
tend several hundred feet bevond them
into the (lull. They have been mapped out
and reveal tho following interesting and en
.V vessel drawing eighteen leet would
now encounter but two pi see thrnught tbo
eutlio channel over the bur with less than
eighteen feet of water on them at average
Hood tide. Tlio llrat ot these. U about nine
thousand leet from the upper cud of the jet
ties, a nil ou It there is seventeen feet and
live inches, uml tho length of the shoal,
measured with tho current, Isnotoverthrce
hundred leet. Tim sccoml slioalls about
two thousand two hundred ruet further
down and Is about seven hundred feet long,
Tho least depth hero Is one inch Icfm than
This isthokhnalest placo throughout tbe
enlltii lennrth of the channel, aud 1 believe
1 am . safi) In saving that this is puli-j equal
to tho present uoimal depth ou Southwest
1'uks bur, This ehaiiiicl is not crooked,
nnd throughout lourtllihs ol tho length of tbo
Jetties the eighteen foot channel s at least
two humlrod feet wide.
The leoKlli ol ihoil water which u vci
sel ilruwln.n twenty feet would encaiinter
j In paving out through the jeltl it not
( more than three thoitiand leet. Oneofthe
government dredges woilUl cut down thN
j hoal in a neck, and thus open a twenty.
ooi cnaunei irom tnc sea to un iiu.-ii oi in;
pate, twelve nillc above. Here there Is
sixteen feet oi water over n shoal about
twenty-live hundred feet Ion?, through
which the dredge could make twenty fet
In a few days.
Col. Andrews is pushing tho construction
j ol tbe deflecting dyke at this plare which is
Intended to remove this ahoal. I hit work
will soon be so far advanced that Its elici t
upon the shoal will bo apparent. The sink
ing ol the third tier of mattreses will i,e
commenced on tho dyke lu a lew days. The
cloture ofdrand lliyou it steadily progrert.
Ing. A tilt of foundation tnattrcstei i. al
ready sunk across its entire width, and to
morrow a second tier three feet thick will
be unk on thcra.
The soundings In advance of the jetties
are exceedingly satisfactory ami suitnin the
correctness of the theories upon which the
application of the Jetty system lor Improv
ing the mouth of this rircr Is bated. In
stead of the bar advancing In front of tbe
Jetties so confidently predicted by Its op
poscri, we actually and a marked deepen
ing of tbe water lor scverat hundred feet
out In front of them. In some cases the in
creac l as much as ten fctt. About six
hundred feet beyond tbe ends of the first
Jetty we have fifty-four feet of depth w here
there was but forty-lour last Ma).
This is not a hole, as forty-flvo or fifty
feet soundings are found over a largo area
within ono thousand leet of tbe Jetty ends.
Tho storm ten or twelve days ago was tho
severest ever known at this place, but be.
yond sinking a barge load of willows It did
us no damage. Careful examination of tbe
works rereals no Injury to them from Its
A large amount of deposit has. formed on
the sea -hie ot each Jetty, nearly out to
their aca end., which not only gives them
greater -ecurlty, but materially lessens the
coit ol completing them.
Very respectfully, etc.,
.Us. K. K.ADA.
Mr. Hi ber'i Lssllvr.
ThU somewhat humorous letter is
written by Mr. .1. T. Veter, a tailing
druggist of Springfield, Mass.:
Messrs. Scabury Johnson.
Gentlemen There Is. a funny lit
tle old man hen: who used to hobble
about on crutclie?, uttering- bad words
against tlio doctors because thev could
not euro his rlieummltm ; lie tried and
lias since Iteconic a walking advertise
ment for Kenton's Capcfiio Porous
Piaster, and lie walks without his
crutches, too. Thu pUter U without
doubt, an article, long needed, and a
a great Improvement on the ordinary
porous platter. Your, JLc,
.1. T. Vr.ni:rt.
Uensoifj) Caprine Piaster Is a truly re
innrkable article. It h recommended by
physician? everywhere, because of Its
jrrcat superiority over other plaster. and
liniments. Hubber possesses? healing
and curative properties that can lie found
lu no other natural product. CapclneN
now recognized as the best external
stimulant and palu reliever. It relieves
pain immediately and quickens the no
tion ot the plaster, llenson's Capclne
Plaster cures rheumatism, lame and
weak back, kidney ami spinal airectlons,
shooting pains in the sides anil back, re
laxation ol the abdominal belt, and like
troubles. W'hv stiller wllh these ills
when a ISenonf f'apclun Plaster, costing
only "J."i cents, will relieve nml cure vou.
Sold by druggists everywhere. Seabtiry
& Johnson, pliartnaclatical chemists, .'.
Y general agents. -l-MAw-lm.
"0 wail some power the gift to kIV us,
To see oimel'a us itliers e us. "
Heboid that pale, emaciated ligure.
with downcast eye. like some criminal
about to meet her fate ; see that nervous,
distrustful look, as sho walks along with
a slow ami unsteady step. Tlie Pink has
left her cheeks ami tlie cherry her lips.
The once sparkling, dancing eyes arc
now dull and expressionless. The once
warm, dimpled hands arc now tiun and
cold. Her beauty has tied. What has
wrought this wondrous change? What
U that which U lurking beneath the
surface of that once lovely form?
Does she reallo her terrible condition ?
Is she aware of the woeful appearance she
makes? Woman, front her ye ry nature,
Is subject to a catalogue trom which man
is entirely exempt. Many of these mala
dies are Induced by her own carelessness,
or through ignorance of the laws of her
being. Again, many female diseases, if
properly treated, might bo arrested In
their course, and thereby prove of short
duration. They should not be left to an
Inexperienced physician who docs not
understand their nature, and Is therefore
Incompetent to treat them. The Impor
tance of attending to feinalu diseases hi
their earliest stages cannot be too strongly
urged. For if neglected, they frequently
lead to consumption, chronic debility,
anil oltimes to insanity. In all classes of
female diseases, l)r. Pierce's favorite
prescription Is without a rival.
No medicine has ever surpassed it.
In "Hie People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser," which It. V. Pierce, -M. I)., of
N, Y Is tho author and publisher, Is an
extended treatise on woman nnd her dis
eases. Under this head the various af
fections to which woman Is Incident are
corelully considered, accurately portrayed
and a restorative cour.'u ot treatment
suggested. Kvery woman, as slio values
tier lite and health, thould possess a copy
ol this valuable book. If she bo dis
eased, this "Adviser" will show herliow
she may bo restored to health, and also
direct fu r how slio may ward oil" many
maladies to which she Is constantly being
exposed. Let every sufl'erlng womati
heed this timely advice and see herself as
others sen her. Price ol Advisor, $1.50
(post paid) to any address. ('JS) Mldwi w.
Till! IlenlN All.
T. II. Putimui, rovingtnti, pa was
cured of kidney disease by using only
half a bottlo or Wlshart's idno treo tar
cordial, while .Mr. Packard (druggist lu
saino town) was also beuelllteil by what
remained lu the same bottle. Thoroughly
cures sole throat anil diseased lungs.
. (III) Ml
IIaoan's MiONOLU IUi.m preserves and
restores the complexion ; removes freck
les, tun and sallowness ; makes tho f kin
soft, white and delicate. Its application
cannot be detected. 'HO-d&wly.
I.von'h lCuiutnoN makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood tho
lest of 40 years. Is charmingly perfumed,
and has no rlvnl. H'H&wly
C. N. HUGHES,
Over Kathnii ft tTht'i.
Neutsl''Ul rlr,,'Ul" Companies ttprt
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bask Building, np-italrt.
Tbe Oldaat EaUbllahed Aency In South
rn IlUnola, repreaentlnir ovir
85 000 000
WIIOI.CNAM: UltO i:ilN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AUKKICAN POWDKH CO
SI Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
M'KCIAI. attmitl&i niven toramMrfiiiiteuts au I
K ! Ajlea. .s. t). Ajtes
AYRES Sc CO
.No M Ohio Levee,
7' 0 if.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds bard and soft,)
FLOORING, BIDING, LATH, &c.
Mill and Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
1AINT AMI OILS.
Blake A Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
v7all Pftpor, Window Glnns, Win
aow Shadoa, &o.
Always on liaml, tliu ctli-lirnliil illiiuilimtln
Comer Eleventh Street anil Wrtahluif
No. DUN. llthHtrt,St.Louln,
II us. 11. A. I.IITZ, M. O, (lu rlmii;e).
.Ample aceommoilutiniia and Ireiilment. Only
.JtkjI fur ccilulii my valuable Siitdlldi. l'roiiii
cure of I'IIm, lllieuiniiti.iiieiid Nirv..us .lhm'
ruuranteed Idle mndrmte. I'nr rlraiiljr,
'end slump. .1 il.tu lin
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
AcanovrlHleit lij-all kooJ Musicians to 1 the
tejt I'liiiio now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have sold over too during
twelve years past, becoming more, ami oiorr
popular ever)- day,
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
.Splendid tone, I'owur and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very fine. Instrument, adapted to Instru
mental as well as vocal minlc.
A i.i. Tin: Aium: a hi: offkked on
K'asy .Monttily I'ayuictits, at low ligure9
rcgnrilles.s ot l.lsl l'rices.
lu ktchI variety. Including all tlie new
uml popular music ot tho day.
Orders from the Couutr)
promptly tilled ami sent
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
KIlKNi'H HA lll'S, KTC., KT
Ilanil Instriunonts of nil Kinds
ruii'.lsticd In Order.
afKIHUB KOU VIOLINS, UUITAKS, K10
Ol id,, liest Quality.
Classical Stutlies and Exorcises
Of allKrnilet for I'lnno or voice.
t3T Kvery description ol .Mtulcnl .Mcr
ehumllso I'unilshed to order, promptly uiul
at prices lower than ever ottered lie fore.
(JKNCV MO OK
ROGER'S ELEG&NT STATUARY.
.Send lor Illustrated CatalOKiie ami Price
1. 1st of tlie.sn heautfmi (,'roujicii.
All Oooda Warrantod aa Kepraien'ed'
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
OrdorH for Coal by the car-load,
ion, or ia hoKBhoads. for shipment,
sromptlr ationdod to.
i)a9To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, Wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or yonr, nt uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
"HIWl1'!" "".' "'lie, No, W OliioLevre.
Uf-llttirnluy Hro ' wliurllioat
LWI KirviitUii Mills, or
tj.l tlie i-onl Dump, I'ool of Tauty.Kiittit
.y,l'r..lOlllce Ptuwrr. !lon
'l lielHt than, o for L'ood iiRrlcultiirul l.il on
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Lending Journal of Southern
NlRV- rur. -M
Wlllitcadfastly oppoae tha pollcUl Ol th
Hepuhllcan party, and refine to ba tram
iccllcd t. the dictation of any clique In the
It beilevca that the Republican party ha
fulfilled 1U niltfloa, and that the Demo
cratic party an now orgauUcd ihould be re.
torcd to power.
It beilevca the Radical tyranny that ba
for aeveral yeara oppresied the Boutb
nhould he overthrown and the people ct the
Southern Ktatot permitted to control then
It bellevei tliat railroad corporatloa
nhould ho prohibited by leUlattTe eoactt
uient from extorting and unjuiUy dttcrtm.
liuUnt' In their buslnejs trasiactlone wlta
It recot!ul7en Uie equality ot all men
fore tbe law.
It advocatea free rommarce tarltt for
It advocates resumption of specie pay
tuenl, and tioneit payment or tbe public
It advocates ecouonty in the administra
tion ot public aflatr
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