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THB CM IKO DAI Li BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1873.
JjllNil. ODKltLY, Editor nd Publisher
TEBM8 OF THE DAILY HULLETLS:
On week, by carrier 9 M
Ono rear by carrier. In advance.... 10 00
One Tear by carrier II not ptld In
advance ii 00
Vne month, by mill 100
Phra month., 3 00
Six month.,... . 6 2f
One year. 10 00
TIIE DOLLAU WEEKLY HULLKTL.N
John tt. Oberly hat reduced the subscrip
tlon prlc of the Weekly Gamo Bcllktin
to Ono Dollar per iinmim, making it ui
cU9ipotpparpuMIhod In Southern llllnol
NonLK Dick Olcrl'7, tho tcnator,
been on n flying visit (o f'prJngllcM
has made the Monrnal happy.
TintStato Rgitor' calls Mr. Oborly
tho rerrejcntallra from the sipi water die
trict. We liaTr engaged I'tulu'-ah 'll
,nt to haliengo Alerrltt.
The gosernracnt department at
WAshlngton will be closed on the Thir
tieth to glvoan opportunity t the otnpleycs
to tako part in the decoration ceremonies.
The portrait of Chief .luitlee Marshall,
willed by Chief .luslico Cliac to the
Pnited States supreme court, was painted
Id 1820-by Itcmbmnt l'osV. It will bo
tutpended in the retiring room f th
justices at tho cnpitol. ,
Coi.. .Mosnv. the o-guorrilla, favdr.
third term tor (Jenoral Grant and is in
high favor at tbc svhito house. In a re
cnt conversation with "Oath he made
this statement and mid that the south did
not want either loial self-government or
stato rights, but protection a-iinst negro
licontlouiness and cjrpot-bag profligacy
Tiil decade from 18C0 to IbTO shows an
increase In the numbor of rolling milli In
tbo United .Slates, of fifty-four (It was
L'0Cinl6ti0 and 310 in I870i, and an In
crease iu the productisn from 531,887,705
in 1SC0, to $120,311,153 In 170. Sa It will
be icen that while the Increase In tho num.
bar of mills have not been remarkably
large, tho incrcaio in their product bat
been Imply enormous
cholora season has reached Cin
cinnati, by way of iho steamer Kllgour.
A citizen of that city died on board tho
steatner when at or near Vicksburg, after
an Illness of sis hours, which physicians
pronounced asiatic cholera. Two deck
hands died on the boat, betweon Paducab
and Evansville, and othor cases of sick
ness, cholora, according to reports, wore
said to be aboard. Tho officers of tho
Kllgour, which was duo at Cincinnati
Thursday.'.dony tho reports and claim that
they are false in every particular.
I.v 1SC0, when John A. Androw was
governor of Massachusetts, tbo legislature
passed a bill to increaso Its salary by u
two-thirds vote over his veto. It was tit
first proposed to Increase his salary Irom
t3,000 to i&AOQ. V ben ho hoard of thi..
he sent word to the legislature! "U you
undertake to raise my sulary, I will send
Lack a veto of the bill within an hour
It is not In accordance with my Ideas of
nonor to pass upon tho juostfon of my
own compensation." John A. Andrew is
doad; and as it is understood that Ben
F. Uutier, the leader of the back salary
grabbers, is to be the next governor, it
will occur to the public that ho has also
Tux correspondent of tbo Philadelphia
Sunday '-Mercury' says "Harry Walter
ton says Wbitclaw Held carries the big
gest load on his shoulders of any man in
the country Hut see-, the 'Tribune' has
a corps of a duien first-class roporterj at
and its a woe; Charles T. Cotigdon,
one of the best fighting and snrcastlc wrl
ters in tho country, Isonb, Hrooks, night
editor, n perfect political encyclopedia;
John R. O. Ilussard, tho most thorough
official Journalist In Now York, and our
leading musical critic ; John liny, who
knows every inch of European politics,
and Is a good writer j Wllllo Winter, tho
philosophical and ooml re dramatic crjtie
i, Clarence Cooke, tho mot fastidious of
j Jiterarj artists, who never said a tbo-
ronghly uncritical thing of any living
1 man, eicspt J. It. Young, Dr. Ripley, the
profoundest literary critic of tbo country,
not excepting IV. II. iteed ; ,Mt, Rebec
ca Harding Divis, writer of sentiment!
tutorial articles, O. W. Small v.
"Im critic, T.., Hughe,, llret
... . ",ui"' rriiibingiiam:
mm leading mori KeUin ffi)M jm j
vwv a jr .,w cuM
writers, wun insnrjn..re o-c.lnni
whom 1 have not mentioned, help inako
rr.i A 1.1.. - ,
death yet wblll pcop,,,, , ,m(m
U tbo old square givcsnrl-lakc, hnmnnr-
.ana-iongi, closuly-pa.KHl argumentative
polemics oi tbo old m.n. AVell, we shall
aotsoon seo his like agau.
THE STOKY OK HAM.s HEATH
Tk ni..f .
" tuuuicung siaiemoiits regarding
itinera nnu ueaill oi L'aiilaln II.li
sn ft ts At
.vuHjwsm su.ry tbat bit life
t cut snort by apnplojv, sud throws
uspicion of foul play on the part of soma
meormoro connected with the expedi
ion. j.ua description of tho death and
mrial of Hall It deeply affecting, and
n relating to tl)0 burial
rldely at the clrcumttances occasioning
he death of the two men differ ir.i.
ibly recalli the burial of Sr johB
jloore, to pathetically r.erDelu.i i
'r. " " o give tbo accoun. r,r
la P 4 l. 3 i . . . w
u uurifti in rMit
le wat InsemlUo when l. ,iu,i
,.ru ,rom too snip on h ,,.,,,,..
nrinviirni nn ih irsi. .
tho 2ilh of October tohe ,h,7 o
m diu ij t it uwniiiiinr na s n .s .
jrled on the 11th. Ill, ?rfi.0
Hitb, ioutliesift, and about live bun.
ed pacts distant from the ob,mtorv'
v mill run c
Polttrlt buy, which was In Uutuctt
:38, longitude Uli-14, on shoro. "y. ,
itu uonro oyer nil grve, with an In.
isription -tWtnghli name, age Qfty y e i
dto of deatn, and commaod of the North
Polar Expedition. All bands, except tho
cook, attended bit funeral, ltwai ndark,
dismal, cold, windy nd dlsagrceahlo day.
Tho wind was mpurnfully howllne, and
tho hearts of all wcro enveloped in the
doepost sadness. I held a lantern, and by
the light of It tho boautlful servico of the
Episcopal church was read by Mr. Bryant.
Fow of thoso presont at tho burin
will forget tho docply affecting sccno.
Old snllors, wloio fco hal been bronzed
by summer tuns and frozen In Arctic soas,
wept aloud. Cspt. Hall was universally
beloved, and hit death at a tlmo when tho
enterprise promised so hopeiully was folt
by his survivors to bo n irretrievable
loss. Those thoughts were uppormost In
the minds of allj and when tho funeral
psrty returned"' tho ship, there was
husked silonce attending the pcrformanto
of every duty."
From the statements of Ciiptaln Tyson,
Esquimaux Joo and John Uuon, tho stew
ard of the Polsrls, there seems no reason
to doubt that Ctplaln Iluddlngton sailing
ma'ter of the Polaris, was guilty of mu-
linou." conduct, if not of even a greater
crime. The expedition had reiched and
passed what Kano thought to bo the Pi
lar sea, but which proved to bo a sound.
Dctldo this, it had penetrated into l'.'ib-
eson s chanii'd and many eircumstnnrrs
unmistakably indicated tli Mis-
tence of an unfrozen Uidy of
water hrvoml, to (ho north and wut vt
which I.md w.n vi.lbtoat n KriatditMot..
lint hero (ho oiwardioo and pvrhnps jeal
ousy or Uaptaln Jiuuilingtoii interfered to
prevent further exploration". At a coun
cil consisting of Captain Hall, Tyson and
Iluddlngton and Chester the mate of lb
laris, Jluddlngton rufied,.t proceed
further as was the uiu-sjpMtVtrstls-of tho
other three.. In his capacity ho had it in
pownrfcW prevent the courso so ur
gently deiWubby Captain Hail and which
w.ould nlM( -probably have realized many
of his strongest hopos. The sledgo
expedition was undertaken" imme
diately afttirward, and from
this Captain Hall returned to die. The
story of .Esquimaux .Joo Is graphic,
unstudied jwl ovidently truo :
4IJHUUX JOB A STOUV.
Joe snvsflfck.ln answer to inuuirici
and partly speTWs. on his own auoouut
without being Interrogated at all : "Very
tond of Captain Hall. Didn't liko liud
dinton; always talking behind back ; ask
ing story all time. tJOmo men heru iu
iJt- Johns and some in tbo ship usod
to quarrel. I went with Cap
tain IUI!,. purpota to go sledge
to nonh. After Hull died, BuddiijL'iun
would-, t go. Tell Iluddlngton I cuiiio to
go north ; ho wouln't lei me go. Unci
Uiugton und I qtiurreled good doal about
it. x went wiin Hall on tuo lost tied, and
Hunt and Chester (iho mute); wo went
filly miles north of the ship on ice and
lanu. w u louna music ox trucks on land
sun nearly guno wben wo caino back to
sbip. Hull told mo when he was tick
". .1 I 1. t .LI . .
lumeuuuy gavu uiiu someiuing uau. iiu
was Biclc two weekB. Iluddlngton did not
triKo euro oi mm. l mink it not riulit;
made mo feel bad pick man, good man.
oo. Throat swelled somethiiiir; could
dot drink ; said bo burn inside. 1 stopped
with li! in every nigh'., with anothur man
Hall in cabin. 1 talked with UuM much;
bo no -Mitti others nt muc'rl at mo. 1
mdn'l see Hall In lirt night after he came
ubuurd from sled, 1 csmn nboard with
him in afternoon. He looked well, happy
and spoke nice. Tho lour of us, ("1111
Ctiester, Hans and Joo had colliio when
cicio auoaru. i nau inino in mv own
room undernoath cabin. Hall in
cabin, and two otbors in gulloy.
iVt ten o clock tnat nlcbt mv wife told
me Hall very sick vomiting eat some
thing. Next morning I go see him, and
say 'what matter ? He all alone in cab-
In. Hosav, 'you pretty well, Joe?' I
say 'yos.' Ho say, 'you drink bad cofieo
ast nlclil.' X say 'no.' l usk mm uiu
ho driuk bad colfue? Ho say 'somotbina I
bad In cotfeo I drink last night, making
me sick ana tlomacn nan.' riame morning
ho get very tick, vomiting. After five
days lie roel bolter, waku up, and say ho
want to tee my liitlo girl, nt.d say to her
ho think ha would leave hor, bo get four
do:tor books to try and seo what make
him sick. He study hard and say to me,
That cams is making me sick.' " Joo
explained that ho (Capt. Unlit hero
pointed to a namo iu one of the books,
which he read out. It was something
about poison. "l think after Hall died
everybody watching ono anothor. .Mo no
understand what they menn All afraid
somebody put down poison in water,
broad, or something. It looked liko it. he
was poisoned to me. All thought thej
samo. iluddlngton didn't liko to go into
the cabin ; he was quarrelling all tho time "
SI'KKCII OF TJIK (JHKAT WIS
C'ONSI.V SKNATOIt AT SKW
oniiiiA.vs ox Ti'Ksn.w
UK ADMITS KXISTI.VCi FACTS.
LOUISIANA TO DO TH K
SA M li.
THE KELLOCJO (if) VKK.V.M ENT
nuuuuu UK HJX'OUMXEI) UN
TIL CON(5KES.S .MEETS. AND
THEN KEDKES.S WILL
inr. KlKO EKAHFUL OF HIS
HiiiUTS-ltKt'OrtNI.E AN 1)
HEAL WITH HIM FA1IILY,
AND HE WILL PIIOVE
in- ii i u.KtISA!(8i y 20.-Dcsplto the
t.iuor, wuicn oat completely
Hooded tb streets, at luast two thousand
, i i i it 6,1 "aa, of Pflltlcs, assem
bled in Exposition ball lo-nigbt to hear
tbo address of Hun. 11. Carpenter, who,
being introduced by Judge Howe, spoko
a fist fri u;i 4il.It.i .i . . !
nuin mo msi week I liafu
viuutuini lue-iragmnt galet of the Homb.
iiu naye ior tuu urst timo toco this.
, soil. I am
proud to do to, and gro. t you as follow.
ciiiz. ns. I am proud and happy of this
J1 miimio anu (acuities, which 1
boast of, too, as mlno. I sympathise with
your sorrows. Cheers And I desire to
-v "-v now you omievo a mutual in.
terciuncoot sentlmuritu li,.t..n .i...
soctlons will much conduce to the harm
ony of both, Therefore I will sr,,L
niino on tho subject, I trust that the V-en-
suien uero ano you all think more of me
"an to sunnotn tliui I ... ii j. ....
, x, i ... .. muiiiu ,,,, fiinor
while I ontertaln sentiments tht m,. i. :
IU' rent, and tint unr ..i'
ft tf 1" cfange"bAween t
IWO Sal ons. Sftnit ..,. c...i V
...... uuuiuurn speak
ers nonh, gentlomon, ar.d they will bo
neara I rpect and sllenco umw
oven If I apoak In oppcs.s"
to you I ask your sllenco.
nik Missifsin ntvcR
It tho sroat rood of tho future I horo
ro eloven states looking to It for commu-
.... . .. .D f... .luln.
nicanon to tno sen. Tlio "i
who have not this, aro endeavoring to ob
tain artificial malar rnmmunlcaliull, but
our groat artory hero will do away with
ibom all, and we or tno re uenu w
tho acquisition of Louisiana to this union
was a i;roat thing, not only for yourtelves
but for otirsel ve; and, gentlemen, when
thn ereat War came the VcSt Wa moved
amongst other considerations to kep this,
and thov woro willing to ride in blood bo
ford this Mississippi valley should becomo
forolgn soil. What does tho visitor seo?
teeming sou even in yot r
swsmps, your liii'li ways, and ovary
foot of eround: and ho sees vour plan.
latlont desorted and mills abandoned by
man; and coming here to this motropolii
of tho bouili. lie Ilnui all tbo energies oi
man checked, what H tuo causo oi litis
If a traveler could land on tho shores of
New England, barren and sterile, yet
green and productive, and every industry
in full blast; and If ho should travel on
to tho west, whoro lorty years ngn thero
was hardly a wblto man, but which is now
covered with wealth; If ho thoiild go to
Chicago und tco Its risen splendor; if bo
should seo our poople contented, our In
dtitlrie at work, and everything In peaco
anu plenty ; it he Miould ioctliat compnr
atively unprofitable country, and should
rotuo to this garden of the world, to
nits ruv ,r nkw Hiatus
And seo what you see every day, don't
vou think ho would bu as'onlshcd nlU
Don t you Its ink so 7 What would ho say
at thn alirioklritr ofilisinlr of this people,
nt' ibelr iloiolution nud ruin; and now
gentlemen let mo say what I think aro
some of tliu causes of (his, and suggest my
views on tbe sulij'jct. .Manifestly iliero Is
a great deal more about this than tho
question wiiothor thn Itepubllcitns or
Democrats carried this .State in tho last
election. This may bo one of the causes,
but not tho only one, Applauio
If I should ask any man had slavery
been abolished, he would say yes, and if
he had been raised to equality, etc., he
would have. -said yes. If I had uiked
whotber any statu would curtail theso
rights, he would say no; but I want to
know whether you have taken these facts
to your heart. You must do this, nnd let
it bear fruit in your lives. I must suy
here, gentlemen, tbut slavery hero is no't
abolished, slavery is tbo dominion of
ana- raco over another, and docs that not
oxlst here? I know it does not in your
mouths, but 1 feel convinced Hist It doos
exist m It did
TWENTY YEAUS AOO.
1 was interviewed yesterday bv a lar.ro
number of colored men, and I learned
thero was a fear of tho white man, indefi
nite, yet existing, and tbey said tlioy
wanted protection. They aro protected as
much as tho whites under tho ismn law,
and they should not telegraph to Grant,
but as individual citizens stand up for
tbelr rights. They aro as much protected
as 1 am or anyone. Tho low Is open to
all reached by the United Slates govern
ment. Hut outside of this is tho law of
aolf-dofonso. Now, don't let it be under
stood that I liavo coino to
stir up a war of racos. Ood for
bid. Hut since I havo talked with tho
colored people I neo that no su"h thing Is
contemplated by them, but what I say
is this: that tho right golf-defense Is the
guaranty of every man. If a man comes
to burn my house, I shoot him. You
would do it as welt as I; so should every
man; and this is not confined to raco,
color or condition. And, gentlemen of
tho while racn of Louiiinna, whtm will
hn puaro of tliU country bo sectored?
Only when all undnrsUnd this thine. It
is believed at the North that a great many
oouiuurn men young men instead or
leading tho colored men, hand in hand. t
mutually nenellt eacn other, aro Jnaflni.'
around whisky snops all day, and employ
inomscives in iiigiu in
MIOOTIM) AT NESinOW,
ror pleasure. 1 ou know when
n man is compelled to do n
thing no does not do it with a i?ood
grace, anu, mayoe, goniiemon, this Is tlm
t.l r m .
way wnu wus people, mo COIoreU rnun
has his civil rights, and. lot mo toll vou
gentlemen, nothing will ovor provent'him
from havlnc them. You let tho old ismos
dio; never mind them, but accept the now
ones and carry them all. fAnnIausn.1
Slop any lawlessness that exists. Tho ne.
irro has got, at least, a right to live, and
if tin Can't live OIK) WOV ho will annttinr
ow, ir you will toko the colored man bv
thn hand and act right toward him, anil
convince the Northern peoplo of this, all
ntii .... ....ii r .1....;.. .
. uvj nun. Lr.iuuiuinsiic nppiause j
i ft' i s- """"-" "svsiry Having been
abolishod. vou hava Inst its ndvi.nt.n.-
and havo not yet had timo to tako advarw
lagn oi iw abolishment.
rot'R svstkm or la nor. plantation i
A HAD ON K,
toil must put them under the present
syiotn of labor. If you do this tho
couniry uccomet thrifty. Farmers, I
don t know n man in the North who owut
a thousand acres. Each man has a small
farm, ami ho will give It hit entire head.
iiiatti i. noi a man nero but will c-
anowicuge tins; hut lot, them act on it.
ivijuiiu.-u.j wouiu not
iho aggregate wealth of the country in ten
jo.irn oe greater ior ii .iim a, t(,8
question to yoiir.'olvcs. Another idea of
uio .orin i mat ii is nol healthy for
.-sortuurn men to coino nerc, and I dare
say tome ol inosu wno have come are not
very agreeable. Loud cluort Now,
you must not judge tho many by the few!
SVu havo got some clever men iu tho
norm, queers. j i ney uiii tlybt for
nmrown nguis, nim mil protect others.
tuu muti mu iuukh hid i anv bv Dm r..n.
w miu a irieim wno came here and m,iu
I.... , , . . '"v
money, uui mai reason was enough for
mm. ror twelve mnnins not a white
ilnui urtuscu ins iiirvsnom,
WE AUK ALL CAM-iT-IUGUm
In WuconMi), and we haven goyj date
o nave an Idou that It it good to have
folks come, and wo doiVt care where thev
coma from. In fact, il wo can t get them
in any other way, wo womd help
tllA.n r.r. t f . IT . ... Ik . '
.uvui wii. i, uuuuiruu uavis or anv
uiiu uieu cuiiiei iorin wo will gh
him the baud of fellowship. V tA0I1't
lurcuiiim to leave because bo Is opjoscd to
'i "i nu iii uuit uuu on. mow, gentlt
men, you havo soil, climate, everything to
WUVA 1VM. nilU t,jU llUrflllUIi II HTM VfHI nr
nt to sit otill nnd seo everything slinpiiig
away, or arejou coinL' to rise un. .,..
terprlsinir, IihI. yourselvi s and be great?
vm vjiiu -ub up a uuu uuu nrcinrli'il It tit
bayonets. This was overcome bv thn 1iL-
aml why can't you consider th r.a.t
dead? If you ttrn coini: lu keen thi. ,-.
tin. Until, ...1 W.... . . r.
you sorno day it will pass over, and the
mw w iu mm .vii filUII Willi. IUL 1 lull
wiioiu country win on ono of universal
peace nnu harmony. .Now, of
YUUKOWN 1'AUTICULAH LOCAL FOLITICAL
; Applause. You had an election horo
nst full, or pretended VOU hail drift unn
both KelloBB and .McEnery claim 10 have
lifnn i,Lftft1 rllilj ..t...t. 1 . 1
... v.v.vU mi. viului'ii whi iieiu un
Jer the ttato laws, in whlnli vm, ...
election law which wat in opposition to
tho constitution. Your law wi, im.,n,iti.
lutiotinl, nnd after ull was ilied, you could
not decide who wat the nluctlnn l.,mr,l
ono had number one returns appl-use,
ono had returns which were tK-Urrd
frauds, and another hnd relurns
which were, at you think, leijal,
and by which McEnery wat declared elec-
tea. xoaecwe ttiem, tho uniica Htates
court took the matter in band out ol the
bands of tho stale courts, and attempted
to settlo the question, If this could bo done
constitutionally. A mortgage could at
any time turn ovor the statu. Applause.
The McEnery men did nol believe in this.
mere will bu two legislatures anu conse
quently two senators .Messrs. Kay nnd
McMillan. AVo took up both ol thesu
cuses and mado a run inquiry. Wo
WAntod to hear from everybody, and cv-
rvlody was heard; nnd tho cominiiteo
Wrt- -litflol that if the election bad rcnl-
j elect d anybudy,
M KNF.RV WAS ELECTED. '
Immense und enthusiastic applause.1
Ilui wu were nut well satisfied ol tuis, uuu
that Is what s tho ma.ter, II tbo returns
were truthful, Mcbnery was elected; but,
as tuo canvassers represtnteu to us, we
were satisfied that the election was not
fairly held. The question then was what
coUid budono? Kellogg was not elected
at ull ; McEnery was elected, If at all, by
fraud. Tho logical course then seemed to
ut to hold that there had been no election
Wo knew of nothing to solllo tho que
lion, and wo therefore said that tho only
way to do It was to send it to the peoplo
nnd have a new election, Appiauso.l
Wo waro all states-rights men, I havo
been one, and will nlwavt bo one. There
foro the United Slates government could
not giyu this state a government, and tho
only way fur us to do was to leavo It to
tho peoplo themselves. Hut Mr. Morton
said wo had no riirlit to interfere with
what had ulreaJy boeu dono, and tho elec
tlon bill was defeated. The question
gum arises what Is to lodono1 I think
congress should settle tho matter now,
Cii thuro bu an hunett election hold in
Louisiana'' 1 don't know but what con
irrcss will estnbllah a L'overnmenl uio
May, and if there cannot bu an huneal
govvrnmulit established, coticrcss will
give hor a territorial one. If tho people
refuso to organize a stato government,
congress will have to give them one.
NOW TO MV COLORED I'ltlENDS.
They nro, they said, afraid to vote.
Well, If they aro from cause, a govern
ment will be furnished which wilt allow
them to vote; nnd, gentlemen, If tho Kol
logg government cannot show that tho
election returns woro fradulent I believe
congress will order a new election nnd
put him out. Applause What you
must do in ine matter Is ibis, as
the president must seo that tbo laws
aro executed: Ho must judge the do
creo of the United tJtatos courts to sup
port tho Kellog government, and you can
not help yourselves. That Du roll's con
duct was outrageous I have not a doubt
applause, but General Grant-must tup
port him undor the laws until,' .Congress
settles the matter. Hut yobrVratut kcop
the peace until this outrageouVconduct of
DuroU's is set aside. It is not:Jellogg
that governs the stato. It is n'ofc Grant,
t ut tbo law, and to it you will submit.
Congress will doubtless coircct It, and I
pray you gentlemen
von oon'H 8AKE
Do not injure yourselves by any disturb
ance, and 1 feel convinced that you will
be set right. Turn your attention to your
tradt-s and commercial enterprise. Tbnre
is Moxicu below you, teeming with wealth
and open before you; tnoro are tho West
Indies, all for ut, If wo do not allow Eu
rope to steal our trade. Spain, in tho Ut
ter, is committing great outrages on our
trade, but wo will ncuro it
in tho end. With theso tht-ro are
the North and West Imploring
you to do something. Why don't you let
(Hlljllcs alune, and attend to business.
Loud cheers Tho nation Is waiting f-r
you to sot your house in order that we
may bo with you. Cheers
Tho audience then adjourned, with
UiTon l.r for Senator Jarpenter, the
orator of the W e-t. Ho then returned
and stitted that he had not Votd to defeat
the election bill in concress. at was re.
ported. This announcement whs receivej
with loud nppiause, and tbo assembly
i ouii uisperreu
)n Eighth Btrect. brlweenCommrrflalan.S U'..t
nKton Arenuea. la ilailr reoeiTlot
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST M'llINO AND SUMMItR HTTLS1
H'l1f(t t lull line of
EOKITETB &c HATS
'Trimmed and iintrimmei.!
ritENClI KLOWKIW. KIHHO.V., TRIMMING1-
of all klo'ls. Lack, eto., tc.
Sir.. Mfflna Ii.. . I.. ...... . .
Fsncy Articles, iuoh
NECK TLX CLLtniS. UNDRKBLKEVFS
LUFrw, as.SllEa, KANs,,
And all other articles usually found in a
FIIt.ST.CI.ASS MILLINERY STORK
Mr. Mcflee. in addition til lint altiftl nl
Fancy and .Mllllncrv (iood.. h.,.
C'omiilete aortmeiit of Clnelnimti Cu-tom
made l.adiei)' and Ilseh boes und Chil
ilrvlis llont. Ilhick mid in f .!... 'i'i.nun
areaeknowledKcd to be the tlnext ami bout
oter in the market, and tliU I, thrt only
house tho citv that makoi them a specialty
Hi:AI. I.SSTATK AISK.X't.
jonn natulan. f Isrt-. Thninn
JOHN Q. HA KM AN k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLL KOTO RS
Norlli t;ir. ol tills Rt. nml Ohio l.cvee
Solo authorised nirentH for the sale of I. (!.
railroad lands In Alexander and Pulaxkl
I'ountles, of which thero remain a lariro
lUantlty unold, embracliy somu of the
ery ben in tno country.
AbrtractH of Title, Convevanclnt? made a
apeeiaiiy, jmai r.nmio oougnt ami roiu,
3r3rTaxn I'ald. i;t.
0. WINSTON i CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (ttKCONU XLOOH) OHIO LEVEE,
Huy and 8ill Real Ehtatk,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And pre"tr f!nn ' lii t,f Kinds!
WE CAN OFF EH
To a man whose acquirement are uncxecn-
iiiiiinuie, and Whoso liuio can uu mn'i
(.'ht ntiia plea.ant und remunerative cm-
oineiit, an excellent cliaure, auu we
uerciiv so e t eorroKt) nuenco with tnoio
only of K'lod wiclal stumllus; Address
iii.ts Kt.i.i.EH a iim I'ltiirr.
LaaeMUo Hulldlnt', Chicago, lilt.
cxmautstio and rvKWAimiftu.
FORWARDING amd COMMISSION
M K II (1 A TSS.
DEALERS IN FJ OUR
A nil Ai'mut of
OHIO ktVKU HIV XANAWUA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
COFFEY, PACE & CO.,
P O R W A R.O I . U
A N I)
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
MILLER A PARKER,
ujvAhHHB FLOUR, COR
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ob FAIRBANK'S SOALB
Ohio Leveo, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Lime, Cement, I'lasteb, IIair, Etc.
E3"l Will sell In car Inn. I Inu r.t
turera' prices, adding IrclKht.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Ruccestors to K. B. Un1rici A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AdTanreineum mad
Are preDar.t to receite, store and forward
rrilKlil lo all point and buy and
ell on cummlxion,
Tliilnas iKrnded to promtitlT;
I'E T E It C II II L,
0. 10 OHIO I.KVKI:,
S. U. A v Kits.
K. ,1. Ayer
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. "6 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
WOOD UITTJJNHOUHK & BRO
Mineral ConiniiHsion Meroban
188 OHIO LEVEB,
Our Home Advertisers.
ILLINOIS UENTRaL R R
106 Mores RtMtte
Wttistjr ll. the Ihortret Hotsti.
TO ST. LOUIS
NO OUANGK OP OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
.''. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OP CARS
OM eitnn f rt
Cincinnati, i llanapolls, ToIshIo.
uesrtiis, uefMaod. Niacin Fall
Cu fir.- LLW'Wv, Whlnon.
iwiimvi,, riiiiwitouiiia, air York.
notion and all points east,
mtwaukle, Janrtfllte, Mfllann,
i.uroit, Ki. t-aui and all do nti north.
Ibit Is alio the crlt dlnd t'Llr to
peeatur, IlloomlnRtnn, Nnnnirelil,
reoria, uilincr, K.ikiik.
iiurnnninn, Knrk Ittaml, l.a Halle,
Menlota. Inion. Yrn.ttn.
Galena, Dubuque, (Sioui oitr.
Uraant and all points northwett.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca"
On alllght Trains.
Rsfgijte Checked to all Important points.
For ticket! ami infarmatinn. .itl. i. i.n u tj
depot at airo; on aoard tne trantil ttrarnar I
iweu (.oiumbtlt and Cairo, and at tn prlnclfx
r"!S Ul'.k".,.iffl'' 'hroughout the touth.
W. P. JOHNSON. on'l Pa.i. Ape1!, ChlctfO.
A. MiTcmtt, Oen'f. Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag Cairo.
Bl'RINOFIKLD AND I L.LI NO IH
BUUiUKASTRKN R R.
On and after Monday, Anrll Jtth, 1971!
tralm will run at follows:
Tllltf OOIXO tOCTRIAIT. ''
, .... . Mail. Kinross.
I ".""I-ff e w m .l:M p.m.
. ITlnRSHd o.o s:wt
a TflInri It III I II - a.
.10 4 "
, S.IT "
tatiii ooi no aoarawmr.
I.eare pan t.) a. m...,
" Tlorillr 4,40 ..
Arme al8prin(Bld...6.n " ..
I.eare Sjpr,nlllil...... " ..
Arnreat Vliginia 8.4 " ..
.... J M a. m
taasat ooist iicisim,
t'ffood .M m
" riora s.
Arrl at Hhavnrat'n .31
AND BA D
JOHH UATEM, ProprUt...
M Cotnmtreial Avtnoa, CAIKO, ILLINOI
Bwt brand of Callfr tOIanlo rj.ivi
OILLIAHD aalonn ftiml.tio.l antk t.. 1 .
oftables: and hariinnli.rS-itK
and lir.r.nf tl.--.'r..Vr' u1uo"
(Open Day and .Nl(ht.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levoe, bet, 4th and Oth streets,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A line new Dining Hall with every con
venience baa hopn ailil,.il In 11,1.
Restaurant, and the L'uitta win ii..., Jr.z!"
requlritc lor tbciraccomodatlon.
THE HILL OF FARE
conclsta of every substantial and delicacy ol
tho HCatou. '
i Mippllcd wlthtlic
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES & CIGARS
jaTMIxcd drinWf prepared with care,
Eighth St., Ht. Com. Wabil,
' t a" ;
', 'A 55 .
O O j
1 a e
; j (; u . . S
.2 S 5 i
I 0 S5 2 3 S3 J
ca' I 0 "" S
H H "
S S3 ;
Our Homo Advertisers.
And buy your
Cor. Tasstti alrett start Cosantrclal At,
1 am now prepared to m.imifn ttiro al
sprlnKstylcs.such n patent leather, inorroco.
buck and calf-xkin boots. Hhoes. wllh box
toes, cork and pump soles, Scotch bottoms,
and betel cdKe or any other tt)Io you wish.
1 am alo inaniifucturliii; an extra quality
of ladlea shoes. Sly material and worst.
manhli are warranted to he ol the bet. 1
am determined to not be underaold lor the
same quality ol KOod,
itcpairins uone neatly and on short
notice It. Jonkh.
NEW ROOT ANJ) SHOE STORE
At llii-Nlga ttritir BEI BOOT.
CoitNEit or Seventh Street and Wahii
CM HO, ILLINOIS.
Where I Intltc all the citizens of Cairo
and surrounding country to call and seo II
tbey cannot ?ae money, ail will sell very
low. I hake adopted the old motto, "The
Nimble Fenny l llettcr than tho Mow Six
P'nee." S. S. MATSON
or EtstTfstlb and Poplar
Inlorrns the public that ho haiengageu tbe
scrvlcet of a Flrtt-clas Vai;on roakerand
also a First-class Home sheer and Is ready
to manufacture and epatratl kinds of work
In this trade with npair and dispatch.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WAin'H AVIHtJI AD WALIini
Ur. B. F. rialda Informs tna patllc that ha ti
on tha northwaat aid of Ttntb street at naa
lilt B'abUt will be furnlined sritb none but th
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at at
hours of the day and night vrlth tafe teamt
on the lowest termt.
Dr. Heidi asks a share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealfisg
and strict attention to bust
NEW YORK STOilE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LA ROUT TAXIETT STOCK IN THE CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner r Hlnetslti atrt ssste Com
C. O. P ATI EH
WAQv M AN UF ACTORS'
For Sale at "Wholesale or Retail.
OOKNIR 32D-BTBZKT AND OHIO LIVM
m . a AH SILK
BEMIS, BROWN k CO.,
Aoenth Home Cotto.v Millh
NO. m Ohio Levcc, Cairo, Ills,
WARD ,t ROBERTS
Dealers is Vinlow Siiadeh,
Wall Pai-er, Pure White
Lead, Linseed Oil,
Spirits Turpentine, Glue
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Washington avenue and Elovcnth street,
CAIRO CITY COAL
' I prapartd to luppiy euttomtr with Ih
PITTSBURG AiVD ILLINOIS
-riirrA.tii will receive prompt attin
! e,i?0i'.V7oNTAU will Sfi-if?'