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JOHN X. OBERLT, Editor
THE BErCIIFR HI lVt1.
There arc those wlio .relieve thai- tM
!lecchcrcan.laiwlll do tfiw t W V
the morals ol the rottntry. "i s
opinion wc do not f bar. Wo belttrte It
will be n grvnt 11.0111 to American ocli
ty ami load to n 4rcr morality. Ilcforo
this se.nu.ilnttracted attention, pivacliers
wrrprrganlcdasruvored Individual". Ai
rwrcnUy It had escaped public iittcntlon
that they nrc men, nnd tlmt man hu
man nature I- about the Jaiiie
In n he Mint as in a
masculine sinner. It had been noticed
that they enjoyed a chicken, and dainty
dishes, oil. and so forth, about In the
Mine manner as, If not with more relish
than, a human lost to "race. 1'hcie were
nianvof tl.cm lslcck and tat, who nmllul
when a feuialo came Into their vision ;
hut it was generally believed they had no
weakness except for'good c.tUnjr, and
that thev were above temptation. So
they were permitted to make them-elves
at home in many liotte.-, and uuiortti
nately too many ot them were weak. Hut
tliefauulal has i-lianireil all t III-. It ha
t.-uiclit nil siiiIlili lnlnlsdf! Unit tlliM
mti9t bo clroiiinsjiect In their conduct,
ami the Intures'.tt'ic .ruttcs ot roiifirc;ii
tlons that a holy klsl? a dangerous a a
paroxysmal meeting of llp. It .'lainL-o
caused visions of shot-guns to lloat In
fofc' the eyes of some preacher, and ha,
Indeed, been really a good thing for the
church and the world.
caih axi st. miris m ..(': i m:
ami CAM SHOPS.
The Murphysboro Km U agitating the.
Cairo and St. LouU llnllroail car and ma
chine shops question, nnd Minns to be
very anxious to have them established at
that place. "The advantage ot the lo
cation here over any other town." says
the Era, "have been pointed out to the
railroad company; and the pecuniary
benefit ot the property holders and, in
fact, to every citizen of Murphy sboro, to
some extent has been shown." The Km
then proceeds In tills way :
We predicted In our second, article
that the company would employ two
hundred hands. 'Since that article we
have learned by communication from one
of our railroad olliclals that the company
will employ three hundred mechanics.
The wages ot these mechanics will be
from $3.00 to Sl.oO per day. Then -ay
that the wages will nveragj lour dollars
per day. which will amount to $1200 for
one day and for one year the enormous
....... linn ii . . . .......
sumui w.o,uuu an 10 ue uidiriuiueii
among the business men of the eltv.
Wo are of the opinion that this i an
Item worthy the consideration ot the cit
izens ol Murnhvsboro. In fact, wit orm-
slder It a greater Item than the coal Inter
ests nave lieen to our city
But we are likely to io-e this prize,
aim can oiny secure it ov munciuate tie
Oil till! nurt. nl'nilr i ltlmi; HVran,
SHiinVj.' "ir city Mayor the moiiiif-tv ol
tailing n r..iinv ;.... .iu-eiiii;r lor the pur-
ui giving tne people an opportunity
to discuss tin; question, and if thev tie-
.Iiopst(t D,:,ke " bM fV t,le loe:.lt.lo"'of ,no
ernm tic MiSfffi'ei'I20 'l V- 'ri?Vi8i 't'o'ld tiat
tho Mayor has refined to an In the prem
ises. l"f this be the ea&e, let our cltizeiH
Issue a call for a mass meeting at the
court house, or some other Miliaole place,
at once, ns there is no time to ivu-fte.
Our city should nor bo allon ed to sillier
est of It'ottlcLiU. yi means. Mur
phyiioro should have the machine and
We believe the location ol the machine
shops of this road ut Murphy-born would
greatly benefit that town ; and we hope
we may say, without oll'eiuc to any of
our energetic citizens who waste r.ll their
vim In denouncing other people who la
bor for the Interests of Cairo, that the
shops would be a great aerpil-ition to this
city. The Kra says, and probably knows
what It Is talking about, that three hun
dred hands would be employed, and that
the aggregate amount of wages paid to
them per annum, would be S 1:15,000.
Three hundred new families und Sl'.'S.OOO
a year, would be good things now for
Calro.and arc worth a little work to obtain.
AVe hope the honest and enthusiastically
energetic people ot' this city will agree,
with us in this a-H'r.lon. and that It will
not be considered a suggestion in the In
terest of any of the ileh to tho exclusion
of the poor, or that our friends Interested
In other citics-l'.idiicih. Kvatisvltle, St.
Louis and Chicago-will not be ollcnded
that we have an eye to the benefit ot
This city has been a liberal siibscrib.'r
to ralhoad enterprise, and ha, receive 1
very little benefit Irom its liberality.
Cairo and Alexander yarc S-iOO.lWO to the
Cairo & Vluceniifi road, and has been
paldbackbyJudKu Thsat Who bus una
bled It to not pay our people Its hornet
debts, and who 1, running It certainly not
m uiu interests oi cairn. To he plain
about it, the road, as rim by .Ind-re
Treat, Is an Injury to Cairo.
The Cairo & St. Louis railroad, too-a
road that would not have heen built if It
had not been lor Caiio and Alexander
county-will, In all probability, bo run
against the interest of Cairo.' Mo-ns.
I'ayson & Co. appear to bo angered be
cause Cairo, and the members of the
board ol directors living In this city, kept
them from bankruptcy. They will proba
bly, then-lore, now that thev are In pos
session of the road, do all that thev can
to Injure the city-will b come to lis, in
Ml probability, as great a trouble as tho
4 of . Judge Ti eat & Co. They now
ran trains to accommodate people wish-
, " U,St' I'0,ll8.n"' toaccomo
OurofCaUn0'1,. Wh0lmy wW ,0"
neip it that there at Jo , ...
at the hand that feej, 1( , , W H,ap
Hut what has tins to do ui...
St. Louis nil road m-uu; i
NoUdng that wo can S!"
wished to get at was this proii,,
Cairo hu Invested In railroads 2
which bv reason nf tint r.,.tir, .. , 1
lundled hy tho monied men. and m,.
" itvuwii ill 1 1 1 ( 1 1 r . v
gnteTal grasping contractors, she has re
c.'lved no beneflt ; but now, since the ma
dilae shop of tho Cairo fc M. Louis road
,x ouaht to s-
This we bollcvc mii hs done. How?
tV will tell yo:' At a inotluj cf the
old bonid ot ilirectora, Mr. Canda told
U5tbat C&Uo should have the machine
ehopi, Cairo and Alexander county
fl oulfl'glvc to tic company the stock they
own in the road. We admit this wai
another graip for more from those who
had been given much, lint why not fall in
with theofler? Commissioner Yi INon pay
the stock of the county 1 not worth n
cm?; (.'oininlloiirr I-'Miei- lof thoMimu
opinion; Cmnnii'iioiicr banners r-.iy.s
ditto to Tom and (Jeorgo. Mayor Winter
believes (he slock is not worth u cent :
all the Aldermen believe it t bo worth
less, and there l a general Impression
that the stock in the hand? of the city
and county I- nothing. In the hands of
I'ayson & Co., and Smlthcr, who are
the railroad company, It would bo, Useful.
If all the stock were In their hands they
could do as they pleased, and will, proba
bly, so far as wo arc concerned, since our
Council and our Commissioners wont
light them. Well, then, 11 for this
worthless stool; wo can obtain machine
hops that will bring to Cairo three hun
dred new families and distribute Sl.rt.000
cah a year, hadn't the investment better
be made? Wouldn't an Individual make
It? Wo believe he would be foolish If he
didn't, and probably the city and county
ouylitio lo It. I.pt u pr.iy, and then con
sider the matter.
So.mi. of the men calling thcni'elvt-i
Ileinoer.its at the .South are beginning to
make substantial asses of themselves.
Oen. JohuS. Preston i onoot tliennruly
creatures, and the r,nidville Courier'
Journal U another. John, to tho ahiinul
ot tho I'nlver-lty of Virginia, said that
the Lost Cause ought to he clicri'hcd,
ih.it the 1'nlon is based upon Institutions
satisfactory to. the turbulent fanatic of
Plymouth Hock, which can inver be re
conciled to "the God-fearing C'hrl-tlaii of
Jamestown," and the Cuuriv'Jt ral has
given Cen". Sherman notice, that, If he
d.ii-s not quit saying in lit .speeches the
Confederates will lie forgiven If they
promise nevur to do o any moie.lils salary
will be discontinued b the Confederate
majority in Congress !.
Tin: New OrleaiH Timts U mi original
paper It nothing i-Ue. It scorns common
place. We werelherefoie not u'-tonl-hed
to u-ad In the 7Vwi's in a very original
article on "llimian Railroads In A-la."
that England Is alarmed U beginning to
ak "whether it would not have been
wiser to have allowed Ru-la to come
down to tho Mediterranean, ratlulrtlian
to precipitate the vamhhcl Tartars on
her Indian pos-ie-Jions" We believe
there can be no doubt, that the varnished
Tnrtnr would have been lcs dangerous
on the shores ol any ,-ca than any where
else. 'Varnished Tartars" murht to be
kept close to the margin of the sea, and
pushed in at the first opportunity.
At Du Quoin tho :M was celebrated tor
tno l.ourtii, in thu grove north of town.
Kev. I', llaler addres-i'd th
uie msior) urivrry county aim tnu cus
toin ol the early settler-, when money
u'uj lnt ll,lli, etnti aK'Iiib ii',.!'..
legal tender. Ji-. HnrrNoii alo Indulg
ed in one of his old-limo .-peeclies and
the meeting, which pa-ed ull'pleasautly,
was as tho report furnished bv the com-
niltteo '.tv, "ilnlcllli'il with fT.-n.-m
Wi. are glad to learn that Par.-on Luce
is again able to he about his business.
Some time ago he nearly broke his neck
by falling iloun stairs, but luckllv the at
tempt was a failure ; and now with neck
safe, hones all right again, and wound
healed, he is at the helm of the Obi'rrcr
Tin: DuQiiolu Tribune gives notice to
tho people of that plaee, that if thu local
advertising patronage is not Increased, it
will be compelled to take a patent Inside.
HIS ADMIKINO CONGREGATION IN-
CR12ASK HI3 SALARY TO $100,000.
l)ewIoiliit'ii(t of I lie l.iifilcr Ti'lnl.
Xr.w Voiik, July 7. At the thither
examination to-day ol .lo-eplt Locdcr.
charged with perjury and conspiracy in
the Tilion-lk-eclier ease. Key. Henry
Ward Ueecher was called as a witness.
At the reouet ot t lit district attorney, he
looked over the allldavit of Locdcr, and
was asucii II any ol the sta etiienw in (he
allldavit referring lo liiui and .Mrs. Tillon
were li ne. In tact,
mil ui:i:ciii:u iii:i'mi:i :
there Is nothing that Is trim that is theie
lie was then nsked to. read tho allldavit
made by l'riceln.cuuiicction with Locdcr.
Ue lustltletl lhat'thero was not one word
ol' truth tn Uiu uUegutlons re.-pcctlng him
In the utlldavlt. 1
On cros4.exnmliiiitloii l!,Hther totthlod
that ho was not nugiianled in hlsluter-coui-se
with any one; and certainly not
with any lady. Ills-association with Mrs.
i in mh tii-.u oi a ;i-atieinan with a
IndY. It Was UOt his t-lNtom In s-ilnle hl
lady Irieuds with a kiss. He had somu-time.-
kissed Mrs Tillon when he had
been nwnv for soino time. Ho kissed Til
ton's lamlly all mound hut did not tlo so
when he was in tho habit ol calling every
lew day. Mrs. Tillon had sometimes
met him at the door In comti.mv with h,.r
husband but he did not remember that
hu ever opened the door lor him. His
vi-lt to Mrs Tiltou sometimes lasted live
minutes, sometimes half an hour, some
times an hour. A half nn hour
about the usual length of thu time. He
usually spent nn vi-iu lu conversations.
ue nan prayeti with her, but only, lie felt
niu-u sou was sicu. no judged ot
Him ny his usual custom with his parish
loners, lie thought very likely there
was a Mlla lu Mr. Tilton's narlor. nml
that ho might havj sit upon It with her.
Ills age was MMy-two; ho was old
enough to be .Mrs. Tilton's grand.
rather, nnd he lelt towards her llko a
Mr. Ihitton objected to Inquiries Into
ur. .i iiion s tiispt)siuon, winch were
wholly hnmalerlal here.
Justice Rellly so ruled, and the exam
ination oi needier was here llnlehed.
ui:.v. ntYOit i:xoni;iiah:i,
District Attorney ilrltton said that ho
"ere proposed to rest the cine lor the
people. Uen. Prvor had been present
, n "tl """ "', icstimony was
I , ::,'lurcu. no looij pleasure in pay-
mj, tin-re wn not a shadow tf rellectlon
would hi a benefit u ti;
cum their location hero.
upon Gen. Fryorlrithhftvje u.3 osun;
orotucrwiso. mat genuemau was u
solutelr lnc-iDable U nr Improper o?u-
ncctlon vrttb nn auTift or this klud. More
over he halt rouuu in ni3 mrenigation ot
this cbs9 that Gen, Prror was brouxht'
into It purely by nn accident.
Justice itelllv expressed nil iiatlfica
tlon with theae'reuurk? of the district at
torney. Locdcr's countel J.Md Price siw the
mnn who had been guilty ol perjury, nnd
he was the one whom the prosecution
proposed to use as a witness
District Attorney Urltton denied this,
saying lie wNhcd Price to be held with
Locdcr. He did not propo-e to tv-e the
testimony of an acknowledged perjurer
against another. Justice Kcllly then
committed Loederand Price to uwalt the
action of the grand Jury.
The usual iUestions wej-u asked the
prisoners Price acknowledging that he
was guilty and Locdcr pleading not
yv. llceehcr was befora the grand Jury
to-tlay to testify In the Locdcr and Price
ease. MrrfMWtou will give evidence to
morrow. Another alllilavil Irom .i.
Price is published, giving alleged details
nf the method of tretthur tin tho howler
acciisallou acaliist Mr. Ueecher. Price
sav Locdcr instructed him what to cay
an'd that Lawyer Morris paid him at va
rious times small sums ol money to.-pend
in liquors, cigars, etc.
Price again declared that the all!
davit signed by him in Morrl" ollloe is
l.il-e In every particular. He was never
hi Tilton's houe ami never to hN knowl
edge mw Mrs. Tillon.
Mourro.v'.s m:xt .movi;.
It U asserted by the llrooklvn Aram
that Moultou will cii(tc:iv.-r to securu the
liidlctinent of Mr. Ileecherbv thegraud
, ,.. . .. , . . . ... ..
1 jury now in sesmn, inr iiuegeii neijury.
Mllll Will MIllllllOII I III- IIHIOWIII H lllltl.'-
Mrs. Slivuton. Miss Anthony, .Mrs. Ilrnd
shaw. Mrs. Moultou. 'I'heodoro Tillon,
Mr. and .Mrs. KichariW, Henry C. Itnweu.
Mr, riiion mm oiucrs.
,v r..voi:.Mdfs s u, inv.
Xi:w Voiik. July 7. A largely attend
meetinir of Plymouth soeietv. whii-h
composed of pew-holders of Plymouth
i. iiutvn, was iieiu in nie i.'eiure room oi
the church tins eveiilng, with .Mr. J. It,
Hutchinson in the chair. Tho chairman
stated t lint the meetinir had been railed
lor the purposu of considering the ex
jiedien;y of Increasing Mr. Iteeeher's sal
ary. Jir, licnrv Vt . H;u;; then ollcrctl n
resolution to the effect that the salary of
the pastor tor theeiisninir year be fixed
at ?100.000 instead of SiO.OOO, vhiih It
has lierx-tolore been, nils wn- -con led
by R. W. Pope, after which P W. l.'nv
mond made a lenirthv address, n which
h ceneiiied the nellon ol'lhe im-s verv
strongly. Reiiorters he characterized
a j a
and said Oiat they had all sulh rcd bv be
Ing Interviewed by rejin-seniatives ot the
press ot the country. lie iciateii an an-
ctiote oi a ri-norier who mm enueavorcu
to interview .Mrs. jjet-cher. 'Hint iauy,
he said, nfler being harrassed for soine
time by questions of lierlnqiiUitor, asked
him If'he had a mother. Tho repor
ter replied that he had, nnd Mrs. lUeehvr
nkcd him If she was notashamcd to havo
him engaged in such a despicable busi
ness, i iiu young man, atu tne spcaucr,
did not reply to this question, but took
ill) his hat anil leu the house, '1 he inter
view was not reported.
mom: nvrocitiTic.u. i iu in.
Mr.S. It. Whlto then delivered n brief
and pertinent address hi favor ot tho pas
sage oi uie resolution, in: kihi mat
while tho investigating committee were
sitting Plymouth church had made no el-
fort to Inllucnte them in any way, and so
it had been all through the trial. They
hail made no move whatever towards In-
iV;.;.:::!.w ' 'i::., nr.- "i wik'" Wmc'iiriU' m
nniiw. iinfll i,'.iilVlu mid now, said the
(I o will show to tho world that
Plymouth church can spend millions in
ileiense ol her pastors innocence,
but not one dollar for blackmail or
Tho resolution was then put to a vole
l ui .-i"eil uuanimou-ly. there belli-' not
one ills-enling voice. There were .-mout
loiir-llllhs ot the pew holders of the
church pieenl at the meeting, which
Was a Muy enthusiastic one. It is gener
ally understood among the congregation
Unit this enormous salary Is only for this
year, and mainly intended to help defray
the expenses ol the trial.
Wluit hv Siijh Altnnt III IiiIi iiIIiiiih
im til llffi-ln-r.
IN'. V. lli-riilil, Itli.)
Mr. Prank Moultou was found by a
Jit raid reporter yesterday morning at tho
olllce of Morris A: Pcarsall, lu Montague
street. Brooklyn. He looked as well as
ever, and the calm, quiet expression of
his eye, coupled with that appearance of
scll-posscsioii and coolness that never
forsakes him. would lead a stranger to
suppose that nothing ot unusual moment
or importance was passing through his
mind. A little closer observation, how
ever, .-oon revealed the fact that he felt
Irritated ami angry. There was no evi
dence ot fenr or timidity hi hli action-,
and there was certainly no loom to .sup
pose that he lelt any anxleiy about the
rumor of his intended arrest lor con
spiracy. On the contrary, his whole
maimer conveyed the Impression that he
was a man ot more than ordinary hold
ings ami determination, perfectly con
scious of being right, and re-olvcd to
force an luve-tigatiou Into his conduct.
Iiu wu in company with soino friends,
and was engaged in tli-ciis-ing the rc.-ult
ol the great trial wiien the reporter en
tered. On thu reporter .stating the object of
his call .Mr. .Moultou said :
There i.s nothing new to-day. I am
here waiting to be arrested, but they
don't seem inclined to carry out their
"Do yu-it think. Mr. Moultou. that there
Is any real Intention to arrest you, or to
proceed against vou in any way on a
charge of conspiracy V" asked the rcpor
tc; "I do not. They daru not do It ; for
there Is no conspiracy except on the part
of Mr. Ilcechcraud Cicncial Tracy and
their friends. I have had nothing to do
with any conspiracy. I havo como hero
lo be iirre'led if they want to arrest me,
and help punish tho perjurers, no mutkr
who they are. Mr. lleccher and Gcucr.il
Tracy are the real perjurers, and I want
to see them punished. They arc Uiu ical
"Do you think Mr. needier' counsel
will go on wlllnhoeasu against Loader
I beliuvo they will let it drop. If
they had any hue ntlou to go on with it
they would not havo got It postponed till
next Wednesday. (Jen. Tracy lias gone
away to the country. This charge of
conspiracy was an Idle threat Intended to
catch tho public. Hut I am ready for
them nt any time. I waut them to go on
with this charge of conspiracy, or with a
suit for libel, and then tho truth will
como out. It would not take six mouths
to try It, and It would bo for damages."
"What courro do you Intend to pursue,
Mr. Moulton, In case tho charge of con
spiracy Is let drop, orlf they don't .sustain
"I iutend to prosccuto them, but will
be guided by the advice of my counsel."
A gentleman present here naked Mr.
Moulton who wer e his counsel, and he re
plied tlmt he could not disclose (heir
natuea ot preew. Tuerc were good rca.
sohS, ho said, fcr withholding thsm, Th.
tame trentleroan mad J -some locoie allu-
TJIono fo Mr; IJcccher's talk about lotr
cmlforglteness at tin nymoutu c.nurcn
pwyer meeting on Friday' cvetlln, and
Mr. Moulton saJJ. shotlly, "1 don't waut
cither his love or forgiveness. I want to
see the perjutew puiusneu.
"Then 1 am to unUerstaml, Mr. Moul
ton," said the repot hr. "that you menu
to light this thins out'r''
I linvecomchtretodo t. I want them
to arrest me, so tint I may show where
the real conspiracy nnd the real perjury
are. lint they won't do It.''
licit, g asked was it true inni nc nail
been seen speaking to Oenernl Tracy on
the street on Friday evening, and liclng
told that some peon'o were saying there
was a reconclllatidi betwen them, Mr.
Moultou said :
S"l did meet Oen. J racy on the street
yesterday evening and spoku to him. I
told him I lind conn to Brooklyn to get
arrested ; that I wuited him to get me
arrested, and that I meant to give all the
help I could h get the perjurers pun
ished, but he ha- n'ono away and done
nothinir." , .
"What do you think, Mr. Moultou, of
the result of the trial V"
"It Is very bad, but we could expect
little better. Sumo men on that jury
would not convlit lleccher, no matter
what the evidence wn-. 1 think the ad
missions made by the foreman mid others
of them, aspuhlMied In to-day's papur tiro
very damaging to them. Carpenter ad
mits lie was a Needier man from the be
ginning, mid mat nothing could change
him. Thai Is a nice kind ol a Juror, mid
It shows how much ought ti he thought
of the Jury's action. I think the resuR Is
bad. seeinglhat I know that lteecherwas
guilty ofadultery with Mrs. Tllton, and
that there was evidence enough to prove
It. The Jury did not find according to the
"Poyr ii I hiukwi'hnvf reached the end
of the scandal suit, or will It be renewed
"I dnnt know. I want this charge of
cousplrniy to Ix- tried and I want to see
all tne perjurers punished, our i
can't niv how thlnas will no. If they
bring on that charge it won't take long to
'Affer some further conversation of nn
tn ilm tioi t.uit character the reporter with
drew, fully convinced that Mr. Moulton
was decickilly on the war path and llkelj
to continue o.
.Mr. Moidlon wint ;o the District At-
tornej's olllce yoier'l.vy afternoon.
There M no one in the ofilre at
the tiuie tut a me.-senger. His Alsltwin
siiiiDOrt-il to be for the nurno-e of oiler
Ing to meet any procc-s that might
have been institulid. Mr. Moulton In
tended to leave for the country In the
UllnV IP!!?! wnntHl h "Ttw P.ui.lr's
flyVii Common 'mv MiMiral Ail-
visrr.' It Is the climiit-,1 l(ik t-vt-r Jiutillln-li
ss.1 uitic, ever vs-i lllusinitiiuia, 61 'sr. 'Ihou-
siiliils liny It nt lKiit ulioniHliliiotl. hutui-cM to
inircliase thi lilili-nrlctst hooks trtatlnir ol Do
mestic .Mcllcluf. L'nllle eth"T hooks sold
tlirouh agi iiU this work Is tlmrutielily n'lvt-r-
lldil l nous hout North Amrrirn. TLia fart, lo
artlicr with the lartrc size, c-lt-irnnt unixwrunco
uml many m-w rtini- oftlie hook, csnsct It to
fell more nmlillv Hum rnir work ever mi)ill"hinl
in una country, iihhcoi my njienis wiio imv-
ii.ui tMn-riPiictMU bcinng dooks, ay tint in nil
tlielr previous Mnrnbslui; they mirr mi t with
hii-ii nicress ormaui-co large wn:re, os unce
commi iiiinir llipsale nf mt work. Kor terms
nii-l .territory, inltln-ss (inrloihifc two postage
siiiini),. ii mi kmiiiik i-MM-rienrei it . rierct-.
M. I. , World's Dl-iiui-itry, IIulTiilo, New
Note Mark tmwloiK! "Fur ruhllshltnf 1K-
Before Vou Strt
issfitc is nn;
OF HARTFOBD, CONN.
watYrsT new scale pianos
ro Uie l-.st mmlei flu touch elnstli. nml n line
fluping lone, '0uiinl, .invuml etta.
WATERS' Concerto ORGANS
cmiiijoI I i ullnl in tone ,r Iwnuiyi therilefy
tomiK tillon 'Ihi-Cout-etto Stoj.Is h ilu'ulmf-
luuoii oi tne iiiiiuuii i nit'e
I'riees i:.vt renter V r.mv f,.r eu.h .Imlur-
this montli. Jlontlily lnMaliiituU recieitsl j
I'lllllOS lllul Ur'am l.i lj.. nnd IIpiiI.Miiuhi
lowed If iiurcliiiMsl. ,-toiiil-hiid InMruments
lit 41 rent lliirKiiins. .tKfiifn Winel. A
lllier.il dUcomit ti)TtacliiTi,.Mhilstern,Lhuicliii,.
Schools, I.odjjcs, etc Siitcbl luUuccmiiits to
lllu-tnited talaliiues mulled, Hornets Yl'ul-
-r A-Nuns. 1-1 llroadwitt, Xt-w York. Ilo
Has 1m ii Init-tteil hi block I'rlviltgejuiidiiiiid
"How to Dolt,' it Hook on Wall St , wit
free. 'l'umtirld(.'e to hunkers ,t llrokers, -1
Wall SI , N. V.
'I'ht choicest hi the world
III lilt 11 ler-i' firtr.... I .nrfntf
ConiKir.v ill .iinil(.i-.slKiIe iiitlcle-i.lfitcs
ever) hody 'I'l-U'tc ,.,ntliiu:illy lnciisin--AKtnts
waiileit luryn liere het induct meiitn
doii'i-wiisle tliui m-i,. lor circular lo liolieit
Will, 11 Vitej s , N. y I'. Ilox 12r7.
THE wEEKf.Y UBi-.MIirti.tri.limit,
lio8t-iaid, liO els.
f ,, - sua i , noiii now to .cw
diht'u 'Hit-Mm, N. Y.
WKKK iruurulit.Hl lo timl,. mid
female iiirrnts hi their lonillty.
l.oli i.othlmc In trv It I'articiilat.s
lltv 1'. u. VIC'KKItV.'vCI)..
uTDSYl IIIIMs.Vi -.OIt.SOUI,CH ltM.V(jii
X Ilowiiilicr eex may hiscinate nml pain
the Imumid ml, -rion ol imy per-on they vImom,
histaiilly lhlrtullcun ihism-is, free hy mall,
Jiir'JS itiit-'( tuvulier with ii Miiniaue tiiiliUt,
I'.KMitlim Oracle, Dicniu,, Uinls to l.mlloi, etc
l.ou-i.uiMMild Aiun-liook. Addiess'l, Wll.
1,1 AM .V o , 1'iiblii.hcrs, l'hUa.lchiklii.
KIHI. KSTATC AOI'.NT.
JOHIxJ Q. HARM AN & CO.
J0NVEYANCEB8, NOXAIUES PUBUC
Cand AiitB of the Illinois Central and
llurliiiKtoii and Uulncy S. H.
North Oor. Sixth and Oltio Levee,
t. O. U.s-CH.
M J. IIOWI.EY.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
ollectors and Conveyancers.
OFF1CK At the Court Houe,
I lurittu ii k i .. . . . . . t .
Miitr UMIWiiiit iff 'niflHrrjj'Mi mihtk
Leading Journal of Southern
.! q. it i L-S 5 e t j
Will sujdhtitly of.iicne the pollutes ol lb
Itepuhllcui party, nJ refu to It Uua
rnelletl i.Uie dictation o! unv clique lo tlit
It hellevi that the Kepubliciui pul dmi
fnhlUed Its million, and tbat llie Dtimo-
cratlc party ai now orKanlr.rtt ihonlt. t-ere-
t-toretl to powr r.
It hellevei thu Itnitlcul tTranny that hat
for nevcral year opprsird tti .cuntr
UonJd tie overthrown and the people r ; iU
Southern .States pt-rinlttt-J to contro. tbm:
It liblluvao Hist rallrwail i orixirailou
dhould be prohlMtud lij Irglt'atlve react
inentH from vxtortlujc und uruuttly dirun-
lnatlng In tbc-lr nvitneu trantactloni with
It rccogules tin rimlity ot nil men br.
fore tlio law.
U advocates free coiuwcrrc tatirt tn:
rivonnc onlv. ,
It advonatci TMUinptton ot itpeiu- pay.
ment, ani honent payment of tbo pn'iilc
It advot-attsi aconowy la the adrninlstra
tlon ol public attain.
AS A NEWSPAPEB
The Bulletin will publish idi the lovai aewa
ot Cairo, nnil a variety of Commjri.lftl, ''o
lltlcal, Forclirn ami General New, and en
deavor to please all taste and lntret ah
In a thirty-two column paper, lurntshrtt tr
subscribers for the low price of
$1 25 PER TEAR,
rixWge propald. It Is the chttapcut paper
In the Wont, aad is a pleanlng t'lremoe
Visitor nnd I-'umlly Companion.
Cannot tail to tee the trf -valed lndnee-
mcnt offered by Tho BullcUn in the way
of cheap and profitable advertisement!..
THE NEW LOW UE6ER01R "STANDARD'1
'Mlk ARE ECONOMY IN PRlOEj
Great Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PER
FECT SATISFACTION Everywhoro.
MADE ONLY DY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp y
3, 614, OIO una 018 i. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
O. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois. '-'"
URGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
OITt-ivd for "'ill' nt
Grat Heduoticn in Prices,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Tablo Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOOD&,
Japanese Silks. Silk Poplins,
lilt atwk Ol Whlta Oooda. Vlcttirin. I..vi.h. Ku'ihi, Maii11m. (in 1 it ,i.r , t r
iuddoiu. i uii rnuru hiock win urconi ulnciujl roi. mn ro.mnMc unci'-
Corner Xiglath. St. and CommorciaX Avo
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS7.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS
PATENT MEDICINES. TOILET ARTICLEiJ
DBUCSTSiFANC Y GOODS, COLLmil WHITE LEAD,
WAr?AoTERIAL' WINDOW GLASS, '
MrlSOAPB, COLOKS. OILS
I'UBEfcoLOHS, rVE STUFFS.
VARNISHES ETC., ETC.
WK olIdt rorro.i(iiilmc! and unit rs from Ini";r'-i . I'l t -.-t
Of rootle lu IlUr tin, II,IiiImimI. I'..,.f.it,..n ..n.l I u..ilt- M
llllnl with rtllnbl Uniiji itt misiiiuitiW nitt s
WHOLESALE RETAIL, CAIRO I RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION
f MMi. hm WMMa? dUiU a4i AT&j
Importer and Wholosalo Dealer In
FOZ123ZQ-lKr AJSTD DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full stock of 4
Monongahela.Ryo and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AM) CALIFORNIA WINES.
QUICK AND UNIFORM
ni i ui i
iTItlt il Y A -11
.i.i" Hid Cfri-nil -l iris In Hiif
Hliillj- .Mllcilii ( mv I'llnl-lit 1 or.
Waahtnrrtoo Av Cor. 8th 31.
Pianos A ;