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Hemline Stutter on i:rjr rnKc.
JOHNH OJlEBLY, Editor.
t ,,t foot row was run nt
Shruvcnorr, I.otiMaiia, by Ik-iiJ. S. Lewis,
well-known lied river pilot, ntul Jolm
Wotii-f. w'10 been long recognized
, n,f lamtilHii runner or lexm. me
tltiuncc wJ one hundred yard, and tlio
itkc S300 a side. Wcstley beat Lewis
itx fet. Time, nine mid ilve-elgbtli sec
ond! ; LcwU' time ten .-ecoiuH. ThU U
the belt foot race time ever made In Un
united States, but it lias been beaten In
England, wliere, in IS J, aeorye Seward
run niif hundred vanH In nine ttnd one-
MATOH'H ELECTION IX ST. I.OL'IS
Mr. BrltUln, Democratic nominee for
MyorofSt. l.ouU, at the elesttoii on
Saturday, defeated Mr. Overstolt, the
Independent candUUte. The majority
wm nuall, but It wai aulllrlent. Tlio
election wai held to till the vacancy In
the Maror's ofllce occasioned by the
death ot Mayor Barrett, and It was gener
ally believed rtr.il Mr. Ovcntoltz. would
ucceed. He had been a candidate ajralnst
Mr. Barrett, who was elected by a small
majority over him; but at Wi.it Hnie tbe
Kenublicatis Jiad a candld.ite, and the
frkndj.'of Mr. O. nrpued that the livpub
llcan vote would be cut for him lii'tead
of tor the regular Democratic nominee.
They were mistaken, and the result 1
Mr. BrlttAln Is the Mayor of St. I.otil.
nr.cu k i,i:mmi:-sviii n t
The contest for United SUtes Senator
.' i '16 acted so eon
C. U .use of Heprc'cn
1 ... ha announced
Hon. James B.
fpleious a pari i
tative. nt . , ' .
himself a canu
rival to be Hon. 1
. n ' proclaimed his
H. Leslie, the present
governor of the commonwealth. It is
possible the eoiito-t may be between these
two ccntlcinen. If so, the Mrii''L'lo will
not be babv's play, lor both are skillful
nser ot the weapon of political warfare
Mr. Beck would make the better senator
although he Is a little inlrfche! with i'.-i-
clflc Mail dirtiness and Misprcrcd of other
loosenesses. Gov. I.flie bus been a pass
able ex"'' r. and in the Semite would
u Vtl'T t-t-. '..i ii .-or ' "TV,
v 1 . -.-is. uJei jui i that Jmlo
'Mirlr.g'ihU charge to the
Ja. ' ! 'i 'V''ii-B''',,her scandal rase,
r -.,-,.- ,.1 ft -vhat. a 4uihic
. oi'A fiiu.'what. dlflVrent
- . n 5 raetVv hieh Jn obtained in
he ru-' in t' State. Iitdje
v ' ; nosed, as a general rule, to
;ni x.iTitnU by a judge upon the tetti
tacny a prc.cntcd."IIe believes In con
fining Ms charge to an outline ot the
ie a presented, Uie point.' of law In
terred, and points In the evidence that
re entitled to particular consideration.
- -rce win prooauiy occupy from a
usy to a a,.. ., fuI. n u (tatwi lhat
titer tiie verdict is rendered whatever It
may be, counsel for Tilton ntnl Muulton
till pres the crimiiiii indictments ftmnd
Cjalnst them by the grand-Jury last tall
to some sort of &n Issue.
Xotwitlistmding the success or Mr. W.
S. Thorns says the l',t!! Mil! (latent, In
Inubblng centenarians aad reducing the
wtensible age ot these presuming persons
cithln what he holds to be reasonable
llmiu, bad cases of centenarlanlsm occa-
coriiliy come to light. The province of
JLtinsterIs!nopenrclclllon against the
tirthodot "threescore years and ten,"
ju.'giug troin the tollowlng Instances of
lonp-ivlty. The veteran patriot, James
DmnjofMoybella, hasjust pasted away,
fcivinfl attained theextnionllnary age of
117 yeart. During the late Kerry election
this old gentleman walked in from his rest
6 rnec to the polling boo.h at Llstowcl, a
dtitanco of five miles and recorded his
Tote In favor of tho Home Uulis candl
dctf . Eesldes this daring oll'cnder, "old
ITonlllisn of Bally donohiie' nnd Mrs.
Eenftn of I.lstowtl have, It appears just
paid the debt of nature at the age ot 101
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u ) vart, wime uistowei is ll en
livened by th presence ol "old Nancv
Ireut of Knnlimorc," who, at the aire of
M .... ' "
100, vanes tight milts to church every
Bunasy. vtiiatwlth bad example ami
enpnu tw n(s there Is really no saying
to what knuths this old lady may carry
l.r penchant for prolonged existence.
Oor Grain Exports conthmo to oxer-
ere- ins minds of minr wriurs, and those
T.-esw.iRory docs not go moro than a
rarbirt: (and they are more numerous
m w might think have lrawi some
y-ry uajiusr.ictory conelmiom. -The
uritiEa Board or Trado returns for the
l??lrV!r of l,w -Vt""r ''"3bl us to Foe
l. -i, l' 110 v 'W met tho
wrio corapev.-, and the result
f.i coil,, c , , ...
....... I - . -,- lUC 0))1y -(J,,
iiaei-Dicinipoi v.. imports, owing
- xoea norae crop, art mutu lp.hter
thSZ ulu&l, and In wheat about 30 per
cut. iwj tnan ror tlio tlrst quarter
it , ind 27 p:r cent, lea than In
1873. but the proportion supplied by tho
uniwu mam is nearly ns great this year
M latt, ana very much greater than In
173. For the threo years in their order
the proportions of the wheat Imports of
Great Britain supplied by tho United
Lta were: 1873, 31.5 percent.; 1374,
Si.S pfcr cent.; 1S73, 00.3 per cent. With
Crtur w I .c nor kept i il- near the
t'Cportio if b-;t y.wr. but 1. exceeded
Ctu of 1973 sliil furttwt, tl.t proportions
Ovlny biv . Itx, fij.n. and 7 per cent.
tip.-it.j. Jttiirut, tut u,ens ,a,
CSOnoMl.nijonj.i our exports of other
C?sla7chierfv W',;cii"u tho only
othfr troi.i ..... wu CXj)0rt
Sy). lv tlu, has not
tAa becsnjr ot the compo
VJoa of)(rmr ltrki, ,nt tecauw we
,1 btttof for It home than
f tmlgd ' eould offer, u Ii al.
wruM the case when our crop 1 Mmit,
urid there nro good wheat crops In Hit-
rope. Foreign counlilts will go without
corn entirely rathr than pay n hlijh
price for It; and our prop thU year, what
there was of It. lias been ehlclly turned
Into hogs at a very handsome prollt. Al
together, the Board ofTr.ido returns eon-
linn tin- opinion tu nave Dctore
oxpreed that the L'nltctl States h:i tills
year MiecesMiilly met nn unusual combi
nation of circumstances tending to pre
vent ii exporting grain to Kurope. .
M'.Ono I'llEK ?l.HO',H
'l'lie Grand l.eeturur of the (irnnd
Lodge of Free nnd Accepted Masons of
Massachusetts, ). X. Conn.i, In :m nd-
dri'ss before tin; Widow' Son Lodge,
N'o. 1, on "Legitimacy of Colored Ma
sons in the Unlt?d".Stale," Thursday
evening, made the follow ing statement :
The Introduction of Maonry ninoiig
the colored men ln this country, was by
the Initiation, pacing, and raising of
thirteen colored men Into a travelling
lodge attached to General Gage'.', army,
stationed at Bo.'ton, Massachusetts on
the Oth of March, 1773. On tho '-MJth oi
September, 17SI, Frederick Charles Duke
nt fimilH'rland. Aelimr Grand Master of
the Grand Lodge ol England, granted n
warrant for the constituting ol Airlcan
Lodge, Xo. 450. In 1702, I'rluee Hull,
the master of the Mid lodge, Iti'tl
luted Hiram Lodi:e In l'hiludeliiliiii. In
17ti7henIjolnlltilted St. JohliVi Loclirc
In I'rovldenci'. In the year ISO) IVince
Hall died, nnd John T. Hilton was
elected Master. In lOs tlio African
Grand Lodge was formed in Boston with
the above named lodge'. In 1SJ7 tin
Grand Lodge of IVnii'-ylvuula was insti
tuted, and in 1F17 the National Grand
Lodge was formed." The speaker said
there were nearly 100,000 colored Mn-ons
In the country
The game of 1(050 ball 1 being played
with great indn-try, and .veral eluh'
are mnkiiiir eflort to obtain the chain
pionship. The MU-ourl Democrat of
Sunday a : The games plaj'cd 141 to
Friday night, fool up a follows :
Clubs. Wou. Iol. Hum. .jrlrit
St. Ixul . 1
Cluovo ... 4
l'lill.vtllil.i ..... T
Ilr l stocking I
" IS iu
i 111 u
i a a;
I t" IT
n M 1
Kxcltidhig the game played with the
Kim City and Washington clubs which
are supposed to be likely to dMjand bo
fore long, the record of tho leading club.
Is ns follow :
Clubs Won I'l SViorf!. Apifn'i
lloitca fi (' Ci II
Hirlfunl l O ftt 1-1
st. !uU s l is -.1)
Athletic .'. -' 51 at
Clilcwo- -. 1 2 II In
Theso arc the only clubi which have
won more games (omitting those with
tiie Wa-hlgton and Kim City clubs) than
rnr. i.ati: iiaytu-.v Arri:nr at
I'he folio win;r froin Kln-'iton. Jamaica.
dated etli instant, 'dves the storv of tig
htest so-called revolution in llayti:
Un Saturday, lt of Mav, was cele
brated the annual asrrieultural festival
throughout Hayti. On the evening pre
vious President Dominique was advised
or a conspiracy to assassinate htm the
tollowlng day with a i;w to establish
Monplalslr Pierre In the presidency, sup
ported by Gen. Bryce and Gen. Canal.
While the president was In church, three
separate bodies or troops were sent to ar
rest conspirators. Gen. Brvce, reiidln-'
Immediately opposite the British consu
late, was first surrounded. He relused
to surrender and thot down four Haytlen
otllcers before he was llred upon nnd
mortally wounded, when he crept Into
the British consulate and died. A shot
intended tor Gen. Bryce killed n servant
ot the British consul. A servant of Gen.
Bryce was also killed.
When the troops reached the residence
or .Monplalslr Pierre, who was a candi
date ror the presidency; when Gen. Xls-
eges' term expired, he resisted until
wounded, when he retired to an attic and
When Gen. Canal wa met ho was in
. 1. . .1 i . . . f . 1 ....
uiu wuiiiiiy 01 inu American minister s
residence, at the head of a body of sol
dlers. These, on scclnir the government
forces, forsook Gen. Canaland lied. Tho
general went Into Mr. Bassetfa residence
under the stars and stripes, where he re
The scene which followed these' Incl
dents Is Indoicrihab e. The nreiMent. n
man 01 overwneiminx pass on. reeled
1110 arrest 01 every person suspected, and
arrests were madn throughout tho repuh
lie, causing a general
a ireneral iiinliv t;..,r.,i 1
houc and tore were tmiase.l nmi
1 he lollowin' wo cony from thr Mem
phis Appt al or la-it Saturday
in a letter written hy Win. .1. Sykes to
.Willi II, U OeriV. Olll! fl till, lltrn. r.t
or the Cairo and St. Louis railroad company,
or 'l"''r f " W,"K 11,0 "JvantiiKos of that road
tLi 1 .Si, .1 "I" 1011 1110 capitalists
who hullt that ,-oad the Importance of ex-
T'lv,"0W1. 11,0 -WsMMlhpl river,
thrpu1i Memphis, a, rar as V ckshuri
sumes thai It can on - ; 1...
tallsts w'l.o will uudeViake It as un'lnve, ".
ment, hecaiii-c, as ho yay. road from
01. 1.U1111 iiuuiifiin- .iirii wouiil pay niiieli
u'hici iiteuiuiii id n voil
than one merely from st
i.ouis to tairo. The road hero hull-
uhuu urny 1 mi 111 tne uiiiant inline, imt it
m one which tlio owner-, of Hie ( alio ,V
St. I.ouls road will eventually lliul It to
tin-r interest to hulld. Tim Meiiinlils
.vtM'iiuaamlthe Memplils & Knoxvllle
a wiu roans on tun ealeru tide ol the
MlsshslppI hi which Memphis JMeulally
iitereMeil; the Sehna road to hrlni; 11s
he trado ot MIs.Mppi mid South Ala
hama, and tlio Kno.wlllo road to hrlii"
us the trado or Wet ami Middle Twines"
ee, hut c.ni-clally to connoct us with the
yat iron llelds 011 tlio Tennessee river.
In thU letter of Mr. Sykes, he Mtows
that thei e Is a coal which we can tret
clown the MUslstlppI river Irom Cairo
whicii Ia especially mlapled to furnaces,
and can be ii'-ed In lis raw fitnte hi mak
ing iron. If wo could gel the Iron on
from tho Tennessee river counties, wo
could Willi this coal rival any plan' In
making Iron, If capilaiists coulil ne
Induced k use Ihelr money In thai nim
ner. Whv cm not Iron bo made hi Mem
phis If wV had access to the TcnnesK'O
river ore ns prolllnbly as In St. Louis or
Onto? Let us remember that If we
wish to make Memphis 11 great city we
must introduce couou mcwine.-, umii-
lni ml n. mill Iron c-iaijiisiiuieni". La
bor makes capital and builds cities.
On tiie samo mbject, the Memphis
AwlnncU ol'Suutlay fays :
In a letter printed to-day and addressed
to the editor or the Cairo Jhtllttin, Major
W .f. svkes fiirnUhis a number of valu
able and Interesting facts connected with
the coutruetIoii ami operation 01 inu sr.
I.011U .t Cairo Xarrow Gaiiue railroad.
and nl-o Willi Hie great coal Ik-Ids through
which the road runs. .Major h.vKes re
cently passed over the route, cloely ob
serving Its workings, and stopped at the
mines. Thesc mines, which seem Inex
liaustibln, and furnl-h eo.il ol a
Mipcrior quality. are less than
seventy iiiIUm Irom Cairo, which, by
river, Is only two hundred and lorty
miles above Memphis. U u e-tlmaied
thataliieo-tol'Si.liOO.OW tins road can
be extended to Memphis, thus giving the
compuuv a much needed In fact, an im
peratively demanded Southern outlet,
and ultlinalelv changing It from a local
road to a trunk line. The laeti proented
by Major Sykes lor the eonsldci utloii ot
the owneri'of the road will prove of gen
eral Interest, and should be earetully
PAKTICUtAKS OE THE BOBBERY AT
LAMBEIVT8 STORE, CLINTON, M0.
Tl:e ml ltitrlii ol the ,llil,lp..
the JleriHMH iT lite At
lScl.il t'luiwtt-h 11 tin- t. Luiiii PemiM-int.)
Ci.im'n, Mo.. May IS. In my tele
"inni la-t nl"ht 1 reelteil wliat 1 had
learned from the party who wa-i captured
bv the ( 'laiide lhiv.il at Lambert'- store.
To-day I made a haty dilye to the store,
and there met L). 11. I.ainijert, tiie pro
prielor, his wire, 311-s Bei-Ie Sharp and
.. Mullliollaml, ail of whom were In
the storciooni while the bandit.-, .went
tbroii'di it In a .ytc!iiatic maimer,
The lour baiidlw halted north of the
store live minute., in a fence-corner, and
held a con-iiitatiou; tiieti roue past
hitched their hores and Iwo entered.
One called for a cigar, and tumbling It
with his left band coolly drew a len-iiieh,
tlazlitiK bright Revolver, and rubbing It
under Lambert 4 no-e. told him to throw
lipid haud. Then followed the roI-
bmg reporteI yeitenluy. ith hi hand
above his head (hey marched him and ,
Ml Sharp iiji stair-, and a -y.stemHtle ,
carch w made, but no money found. 1
It seems that they had been told that 1
Jimbert had or I .two In gold
about tiie hoir-e. and the lender told him
that be would give him till lie counted ten
todUpiayil. With a pi-tol at hi fore
head lie oiiltnencetl to count one, two,
three, four, and at this the heroic Mi-.
Sharp rii-hcd between them. lie wa
then taken to tho back yard, and one
man pointed a cocked pistol at his head
while another twisted his wrl-t.. and
there he stood, plcadin" for merer ami
telling them ihcy had all of hi iiiouev.
His true and brave wife could sL-ind thu
no longer, and Mic struck the highwav
nian a powerlul blow In the Momac-li.
which caued him to rcleae hi-, itrisii.
Unu hour and a halt wa occupied lit this
y-tcinatic and cool robbery, and during
that time all of the men were
compelled to keep their hand-,
clapped over their heaiN. They
all .-.iv thu leader was the coolet
man they ever aw. lie controlled every
movement and did nearly all or the talk
hiL'. When ready to leave, thr-v led tin-
eight captives to tbe back yard, huddled
mem logeiuer, anil in true knlglitlv stvlc
mounted their liamleonte, agilu horse-,
and rode olf in n dashing cavalry -tvlc.
All but the leader wore white Imiidkcr-
chiefs around their necks and slouched
their hat over their eves. Xotblnir of
the false-face or tnariuo was incd. The
leader did not pretend tO(llgtii,ch!melf
In any way. Mrs. L. told him he had
been at the store before and he .said il
was so. and lie told her not to look
at him too clo'o, she might know him
again, and lie turned his bark on her. On
the little linger ot Ins left hand he wore
a beautiful gold ring with a brilliant M.-t
tlierein. lie is lull six leet high, short,
light hair, short sandy chin whiskers and
uuisiaci.e, ngnt urown eyes, spare made,
well shaped lace, long arms, and can
look another straight in the eye. He .said
ne nau neen an outtawever since the war.
The hands ofeach ofthe four were white
nni .sou. 'i nelr laii-'iia-'o Indicated that
they were Americans. They were well-dres.-cd
and well-behaved. None of them
was over thirty years of age, and one ol
theni was a ijuite small man. livery one
present was fully convinced that they
were experts In their lino of biisine-s',
and seem to think that others who come
In contact with them in inillar manner
to what we have recorded hail better lav
down the spoils. The F.toro was lillcil all
nay wiin country toiM, and It Is estima
ted uiai .nr. i.ainuert
. - ...... . ,t i;aiiuiti"
: ha-niiswen.Mll 1,000
Another Letter iy sir. Vlit--Ier.
Ki:w Om.r.ANi, May 1.1. .Mr. vi
writes frlcniU hero conllrmin the views
expressed hi ids letters to tho New York
aiim, ami mates lurtlicr that the matter
of umcatliiL' the four Keinihllenn was
Mokcu or ihirlnif conference with Con
servatives, and they exprcsily htated that
11 icy wiiiiiu 1101 picnic inenielves
fiinher than to mnport the Joint rc-olu-tion
ADMINISTRATOB'S SALE OF
X WLV!:?. f'f A!'.""1"? "r?.1!" ."f
1 ' . - ill ill v-.uiicij 1 iiiinrii..
ii.v.cuViu iM-v-ruimr icrin inmur, A 1. 1871,
trutorof tlicettatu (if.Iolm Ii. lK-Wlll ilrri-iit-,1
ajjaluM Ilartra ;. l)t- lit niiil oilicrij I will, 011
Tt nlli liny r Juno .N,.,
BiinPimurnriOo'clncfcn in , of a.'ilil tluy, rrll
at nubile tni luc at Iho fiunt ii;.,,r ,.r,!.. .
..w. , ,.. ..iiiiuiiu.ijna. i,ai i.u (i ran inu
llln.u..l , 1 .1.- 1 .. "".v.vuic III
mi rral rtintc. klliutttl in AU-xamltrcountr, in
thutl.ili. uf Illinois, lo-ivlt: '
Aiiwip imt-rrainr tliemld Jolm I) Inwiit
in-ctimn, in ami tir lm nndlTliliil ane-lnr(.r
din, 11 (,), IOH JI1I1I1I.MJ. roui.
t;n (II), mil ironw.Vo, tnrco (31, wwt ufn,n
tlilnl l;rlncliul mtriaiaii, inoiu iwrtlrularly ilc
scrl KM a ImIIowh: Umnintnclna utthe hilf
pcuon nirncr on .outli iil of nalil tprtlun
eyuii (.), ninnlus tlirm-h north with variallon
blx ileirret (- ilc-L'iii-.i nnfi ti.i.t.. ...i.. ........
cltaln torntri'of K-cllon.aml riiRiduir llicnrr
H,k U,,n,c,,,tu .nllJ t lKlityfTni litiiKlr-xitliJi (lu
-lW) dialntoa jot "I)" Ihpncfruunins
youth, turlatlon U ilofrn-cs (11 OigroM) uud
.iiuijf 1111111111.-11 iuiijt ciiuinw lo lto!"!;!'
ii'.'T "",t i'hi'ln-ii ami niiitly-nicliuii lri-ilth
lu V.I.1UV) eliuliiK lo iiot of U-Klnnliiif at "i;1
the iiiii-rha; -r , ". V.V.-. '"""
tlx Mi cent-, inli-i i K" . '""" ".W'K
nndfc,-cnre.l hv 1 1 h r I v .. V. ii i . . '"".' W"'i
UU iCIIIIi4 BOKI. I III1 I
Ihemifp ito ho made
" -ii. oV.'.'J '' widow of
a montli to ageut. evei-v.,ri.r.
ddiv-i l.jcn.-iun ilia 1.0 . liu.
UU v iKS'ii ."f"."?1 1"1 ,"":,lt' MnV Mil'ttan
l i t. !'!?.u":.Hv.ldl '"If "f tiie el liulfofilio
i i-iiiVu V 'iiilil nctlon.
.... T.t : V i.i. -one tlilnl nil. In
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjllltJ lUIIXirriX U)ulUiliileurytiioriilii8
(Mrrpt Miimliiy) Ititlic Ilnllelln Iliillillug, ror-
iiit svafiunqtun mt-micati'i 1 wruiu cirtti.
Taw llu.Lcm Is ciu'l tu cliy subicrlbcinliy
f.illlirul cnriimatTwtntr-I'he Cul Wn-L,
i)nlilc wit My. tty Mall, (i mlvuuw), iloper
numuiil tlx nmiitlis, $D) llilte liionllis, JJ our
rii'inlli, 11 i"i.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
l'ublltlii'l ctcry TtuirnUy morulngut tl 'ii
litriiiuiiilii, iuvnrlulily In HiUuticc. 1 tie puttngc
uu tin Wivllj- tlll Lc i-itpsl'l at tills ofllc, o
that Btil)crllwrs trill obtain f'r u fUlH)erlitloti
rut nf II 11 ycjir.
I) A I I, V .
l!U4luc Curd,, jit annum, 31 O
1 Inu tqiurc, chip ii'rrllcn, 1 li
Uni. 5.JUIIU', tiro In.r-rtlons 1 .W
Unu e.ii:iri', ouv nuk, 'i .V)
)nr pijiurc, I n n trnit, :t M
Onr qiuiv, tli Hi- wcokj,- I u
One j(Uiv, unu month .... 5 ui
w 1: 1: 1I.V.
Out (qu.irv, out- in-trllon, (
KhcIi iilHviirnt In.erti'vn, '. ,M
J3"0iic inch ci square.
Sj-ro n-pitbrii.Uertl-pni wcoiri-riix-rlorln-diicviui-nit,
both us to rate ot charges ami limn
ntr of 'll.l)Iir.; tlnlr razors.
Jj-N tl-.t in locl column Inserted fur fif
teen tVnts r line for one Intertlon, lutnly
0.-iil 11 linf for two Ip-trtiom, Twenty-Kite
Cents n line for three Insertion", Ililrtjr-KIip
Ctnts h line for one wtt-l, awl Seveutr-ritt-Cents
a line furonr munth,
Ccnitnuntcntleus upon subjecto of nou
cral lnt.irit to thx public solicited,
t" ' tri sh.Md-1 lie (ulilresjcl lo
JtHIN II. UUKIM.r,
l''-i.lfnt Cairo Itullctiu Cmuiouj-.
YyiLLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
KFII)I..V( h. No -Jt Thirttrnth nt. U-
twetn Waahiivton ntemie anil Walnut otrctt
OKFICE: Xoilh eMe of KUhth Unrt !
tivccn Couiruircul anil W'a.hlnKton avenue (
W. DUWMlisO, M. D.
Corner KInth and Walnut
OmtK: Corner Slxlli Mrwt ami Ohio Irxt.
Ol'ntK HOUIl-i: FromO m. l:in , au-1
iTum i to s )i 111
Ol KICK llmlcrN lllock, (up-.ulr.) , tmw-.r
l.iKlitli otrivtutiil W.ililnlou aTtnne.
JOHN II. MUL.KJEY,
Attorney at Lmv.
OFKICK: Klfc-hlli fctmt, U twn Commer
cial uii'I W u.hini;lou avtuuva.
Attorney al I,mv.
OrnCU- Ohio ly-iee, over room fomirlr
iccupleil tij- Kirtt .National Hank,
Attorney and C'omiNelorM
OKKICK: Ohio Lm-, rooms T and S
City National Hunk,
William It. limn, )
William It. lillbert. I A1IIO n.l.iN'riKi
Mtlt-4 Kreil'k Uilhtrt )
CU."iit-c'.al attt-ntloii iriten to Ailmimlir ami
WII.I. 1 recelTcl at the rity clerk' orllco
until Monday, .May.'llh, lb7S, foralltliB
lumlxrrlla-t-lly may rcnuiiciluilnif th in--nt
Jincalyi-ur Lunibt-r In he good uhik-or hurr
oak, frt-efrorn cap or lil knoit, and In he of
lUt-h iliinentions not exmillnxl Ih-i In len.th,
nnd to 1-di-llvernl In iiut-hiiiuiitltlejand nt such
xirni-n at inn cominnie iiiMrn ii may illreci.
Ihrcltr rcacrteallie rlKlit tori-ltrrt anv ami all
hlds WSI. KltKM.ll A.VI.KV.
l.ulrn, May 13, 1S7. Ultycluk
TYPt.t.i be reci-lvnl at the city tlfrk'a ofllr
until Monday, May A. it ls75. for
cltrnrlnt nir for the rear tn-l inir June lt.
the council pronttllnaa, ordinances, und nollcen
of all klmU. inMrlnl hv unv city ullli-i-r nr hv
iniu. nun mil, iniMicoverinutu'i ui iiiininin;
of all kind, innrtcd
oriierof ttm city council. The city irurm lliu
llirht in ilf-i Hnv Ami nil Villi
, .M, t ItK.Nt'll a.uiji, WliyilerK
Cairo, May 13, lbT.'i.
"VTOTICi: H hetchy plvcii that 111 accordance
.. M'lth the rviulreineiit.4 of Section 7 of an
net entitled "An .ut declare una constitute
IheMutenl lllluolj Hole trujtee of that iwnlon
orilickuletax eet,nieel and colli- tl
fortheyrar 17.1, in excei of .".l-.'VJ thcreofi and
to jirovldeexclusUc remeUira for the complete
ryfnndlni; of the tame to the tax-payer r the
State who hate mi uch t-xit-M. and for Ik,
proleclhiii ofthe tax-iiaeraentillei thereto, and
(jf cijuntiea mid all nincer or perou coniieciM
I win n fund to men iH-ron or corporation the
amount hyhliiiorltiwld In exce of tent.
nine lhlrly-lxlh ofenrh stute tax of IW3, up.
oil i Iheiirettnlatlon of hi or lUtax u-celpts h,r
e.l't eur, cominif Iheiame.
,m , .. . CIA" CUNNINGHAM,
viii-.i.l.iliwl- County Trfiviiiier
Centrally Lotated, Elegantly Foralshfld,
Tlio OomraerciM Hotel uf the Olty.
Stoambout, Hotel nnd Family
.kid nr.Ai.tR it
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Eggs, Northorn Buttor, &c.
Betweon Waahinitton ami Commorcinl
K"(loo'ls iH S'lnl frre of rliitrRe.
UI1AI. kstati: .IIK.T.
w -'.y 0 HARMAN & CO.
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Lund Affeuts of the Illinois Central nnd
uurlinxton ana uuincy n. it.
North Cor. SlstU nnd Ohio Lovco,
4. (. r.YXen.
M. J IIOULCY,
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICK-At the Court Hous
Tin, Sheet-Iron nnd Copper Waro.
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
No. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Bat. Commercial and Waahinictou Ave.
Rcfrisoratora, Wator CoolcrH, loo
Cronm Froczcrs. Window Soronn
I Wire Clo'h, Rird Cages, Mobs Bub-
itUlB, J.U11UL OUIH, TlMlllIJj; UUCK1C,
Lamps, Oil, Chimncya. Also Mo
lino Plows and a general atook of
In connection nlthlhp ahoi- I ktcp aflrsl--laH
rl iiiKinlth. and am tireiuinil lo do all Linda
of Job Workonihort nolle,-.
I kii constiintly on hand a liirnc vol l-ty of
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
Wholpsalo nnd Retail.
Sole agent fur the celebrated
ST-Call an 1 exninlnc In-fore puiclmiiiK, nt 1
ill not he im-lirvilil
llll roi-iiiT I'JUi mill 4'onl. A v.. 4'AIUO.
0. W. HENDERSON.
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Can lien-en at our odlce m helow miecllled,
mine will alwaya he found n full and compute
stock. Also Kood niipplyof
Sewing Silk, Spul Cotton as. Mh,
V.my Kiann wilding to huyn
First-Clasa Sowing Maohino
Mioulil not full to rail nmi examine our niachlnei
and teniia, heloic purcluialiig eUewheie,
We claim for thin machine
iJicaler Uiiriilillllv, Nlmiillcily
And lieturadapteil fur all kind of wink than
any oilier machine lu the inaiket, and will
KU.trantrc entia-wtUfactloni eld on
Monthly Payments if Desired,
THE IIO WE MACHINE CO.,
Coriur Cuniinorcliil atnue and Ninth St.
i.ji-tr 'aii, n.l..
WM. T. EEERWART,
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
t? TH r HsL
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOOD3,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL,
TITi: -r lii lt r irnniin.li m f l. I
i-r cowl. Ill onrllne .limi-.nl I'ljMht
flllt.l v. ill) riJMbl IllllkUl rruiounlilenilt'i.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL I fJAIKO
7-1 Ohio L'.-vce. 1
WI. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Qustrters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK'! (MEAT VARIETY! LOW PRICES!
COFFEE Rio, Laeuayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined.
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Finest Assortment in the
AM) IIKAI.EKS I.V
Piwisions,Flour,Grain, Seeds, DriedFruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
and 72 Vine
F M. STOGKFLS3TH,
Importer and Wholesalo Dealer in
FOnEIGKT JSl.1STJD DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kcop9 a full nU'ck of
Monongahela, Ryo and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN.
KELLY. ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
ImiirvUI,. I'll villain
nil iHinml Ftoit-i In win
n.l I :niil;
ly Mi'liripe t
rjrnlshul or .
RHl'AIL JS PRESCRlTIO I
Wftjhlnutoc A v., Cor. 6th S'.