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JOKR H. OBERX.Y, Editor.
"TUB riRE.Hr.jrH llAOMaMMA "
Parson Luco continues o n''"'c 1,10
Murphysboro cclcbrntlon. In the last
lsuoofhlsi)nicr, lie calls It "thu flrc
men'fl bacliaiiallait," nml publishes an ex
tract from a ronimuulcnUon ndilresseil
to him, Iti w hich tlio nsscrtlon Is made
that "ho fair grounds were Halo else
than a drinking saloon, ami selling ami
drinking Intoxicating liquors the chid
bualncM." The celebration was not on
tho fair grounds, but In the Turner
grove; and the only liquor we saw sold
wan lager beer. Of course it Is not In
toxicating, as the Parson must admit, it
Is flmply cooling on so hot a day as the
llfth was. and has the effect of sustain
lug a man when he is very uncomlorla
ble, as most of tho pcoplo in tho grove
were. In our opinion the celebration
was a temperate one. e have seen so
many drunken celebrations that It seemed
to us to be u ttototaller'd affair, altogether
destitute of the fun that results from
drinking.
ARE WE A AMALGAMATION I.ST?
The Mound City Journal fiiye
"Oberly Bays ho did not advocate amal-
jraniauoii In hit lecture Here last ! all.
Well, all of UU Ideas tend to that result,
and lie said nothing against It." 01
course Mr. Potter Is a man ol brains ;
and being so, Is cither Very forgetful or
very untruthlul. We believe him to be
forgetful of the "drift" ,of our Mound
City speech, for certainly ho would not
misrepresent it as he has. In that speech,
Irom which on all the subjects we dis
cussed we desire to take not a single
word, wc discussed the Cairo speech of
Senator Logan under three heads : The
Senator's Political Kecord,'; HIs'Defense
ol the Civil Rights Bill ; His Defense of
the Louisiana Outrage. In replying to
his arguments In favor of the civil rights
bill, we took strong ground against It, as
an attempt to do what could not be done,
legislate social equality between the
white nnd black races; and, in tlds con
nection, said that tho government hail
determined upon the policy of opening
the doors of the Republic to all races
that the Fourteenth and Fifteenth
amendments, which, in the language
of n distinguished Democrat, had been
legislated by the war between the Free
and Slave States, had made tho negro
the political equal or the white man
had made suQragc universal. We stated
this condition as a fact, nnd not, as Mr.
l'otter says, in advocacy ot It. We rec
ognized It, although we would not have
arranged it so, as an existing fact that
no one could Ignore, lu It, wc said,
was great danger. It gave Ignorance In
fluence, made corruption bold and polit
ical ambition potent for evil. How were
tnese dangers to be met? Xot as Sena.
tor Logan had suggested by attempting
10 legislate uie negro Into social enualitv
with the white man, not by icrmlttliig
potman ambition to control the" incon
gruous elements or the nation by the
strong hand of Imperial power, but by
leaving "nothing undone to maintain the
physical vigor and intellectual activity of
the native American race,' and by educat
ing the children of the Republic.
This is, In substance, the propositi"
we elaborated lu tho tiwuMon of the
act of "absorption," which Senator Lo
gan had asserted to exist, and which ho
desired to add to by compelling social
equality. Wc combated Ills ideas, de
nounced the principle underlying the
civil rights bill and urged the necessity
of leaving nothing undone to maintain
the physical vigor and intellectual activ
ity of the leading race the Indomitable
Anglo-Saxons, the founders of the Re
public. And yet, the Mound City Jour
nnl charges amalgamation against us.
LAWI.ENNNEMN I.V I I.I.I VO IK.
. Jackson county is fulling into tlto hab
its of Williamson, and becoming utterly
lawless, It the Jackson County Km is
not mistaken in the information it has
received and published. "The fact is
now established beyond a question," says
the Era, "that there is a regularly organ
ized band of robbers in the county, who,
in mask and costume, arc coming down
upon persons who live in the rural tils
trlcts that arc supposed to have money
In their possession. This band of kuklux
also make It their business to take per
sons from their homes at night and whip
and otherwise abuse them."
Tho spirit of lawlessness prevails In
this part of the State, and It has been
greaUy encouraged by the failure of the
officers of the law to punish
the guilty rascals who have Inaugurated
andarecarrylngonnrelgn or terror In
not a few localities or Lower Egypt. It Is
a well-known tact that in Williamson
county there Is n regularly organized
K-cret society of regulators, bound to
gether by oaths, tho members or which
disguise themselves, and in the night
time decended upon citizens, take thrm
trom their beds, scourge them, and even
arive mem out ot the county. There Is
no louger any doubt of this fact. At the
time the bill to appropriate $10,000 for
me purpose ot suppressing lawlessness in
Williamson vas pending in tho General
Assembly, u detective from Carlyle, Illi
nois, visited Murlon, representing him
self as a newspaper advertiser, nnd put
huiwclf into communication with ccr
W of tho kuklux. One
of these ninrin fill mrrnninmt
with the detective to have a meeting of
.u-..u M u certan, pjnco tlu)
county at a time to be designated and de
liver them over to the iaw for ,he Hlim of
the Judas of tho kuklux Mm continues
with them, and the spirit ol Williamson
county lawlessness, as rampant as ever
isUaldaltng the officers or the law ,
all quiet citizens, Is spreading to i.ti,t,.
eouuties. Bluce the lawless element or
WUlkmson may defy tho law, why may
not tbc Uwl-M element in other counties
do th tune?
ix u kiuuuxistn or . Illinois were
practiced InntfoiilhornStaic theRadlcnls
ot tho North would probably raise ngrrat
outcry; but our homo Radicals seem to
enjoy lawless violence and murder as a
local Jntltittlon that ought to bo pre
served. ICuklttxcrs roam about neigh
borhoods, nnd nominations the most
shocking Martlo the public, but this does
not disturb Ills Excellency, the (lover-
nor. He looks down this way with his
quiet eyes, and does nothing. Ho don't
care that the good namu ot Illinois Is
outraged; and the Itadlcals, and
indeed also tho Democrats, or the State
take tho bloody business as a matter or
course. Well, so bo It. Who cares?
MAMAKIXEH I'Olt At'Ot'HT.
scutiiN-mi.
The publishers or Scribntr call atten
tion to tho series or articles by Col. War
lug, now being published in that maga
zine, under tho title or "A Fanner's Va
cation." These papers aru claimed to bo
among tho most mnuMiig as well as prac
tically valuable Illustrated articles which
have appeared for some time past. Col.
Waring Is well known as nn engineer nnd
a farmer, ns well as a graceful and enter
taining writer. In his recent hiiropcnn
travels he was naturally attracted not
only by picturesque phases quaint
scenes nnd quaint people but also by the
various agricultural customs and device
JIU nrtlclt In lliu Aliglft number de
scribes tho pretty Islu of Guernsey, and
lulls a great deal that Is of Interest about
tho famous so-called Alderney Cow,
which Is hero "at home." "A Middy In
Manila" Is n rollicking little illustrated
sketch, which reads Very like a
familiar letter to some old "chum"
nt home. Albert Rhode's paper,
"Along the Seine," Is timely through
Its summer quality. George W. Cable,
of New Orleans, has a story entitled
"Madame Dellcieuse,'' which Is thought
by some to be his best work. It will
have n very foreign smack to Northern
readers, but they will llnd It none the less
graphic, witty and charming for that.
Dr. Holland, in this number of "Seven-
oaks," celebrates a wedding in that rural
neighborhood. Then there is a solid ex-
say by G. F. Magoun, on "Education
and no Thought," nlso "A Word of
Encouragement for Timid Linguists,"
"Tho Stone Period of (lie Antilles" (eon-
tabling some matters not hitherto ninde
public), "An Englewood Mystery,"
"How to Treat tho Indians," by an In
dian Agent; an illustrated nnner on
"Ice," more ot "The Mysterious Island,''
and verses by poets ol' note, mid poets
not or note, lu the "Topics of the
Time,' by Dr.. I. G. Holland, "The Old
Cabinet," "Home and Society," "llric-a-Brae,"
"The World's Work," etc., the
uual variety Is maintained.
MlTINCOn's.
Tho August number opens with a well
written and admirably illustrated article
by Cecil Ituckland, describing two weeks
experience lu the "Carllst Country," tin
ring tlio recent Spanish wars. W. L. D.
O'Grady contributes a very enjoyable Il
lustrated paper, called "Quaint Craft,"
ill winch lie tells ot great varieties of
small sailing craft, and tho several styles
or gearing and sailing them. "Why Mr.
Morrison got n Had Set vant,'' Is a short
story, remarkably well (old, by the au
thor or 'Blind Pits." "Scenes in the
Wood," a poem, by Emma Lazarus Is
quite remarkable lor the vividness and
beauty or Its word painting. "Tlio Mn.i
cm i2onwk.M n r ranco," by E. C.
Greuvllle Murray, Is a very able
paper, giving much valuable In
formation in short space, and in an
attractive style. "Fran Soinmer's Pleasure-Trip,"
by Elizabeth E.Evans, Is an
odd but pleasant story of German domes
tic lifu nnd adventure. William K. Grlf
11s contributes a short paper full or curi
ous information about tlio ways ol a
Japanese Dalmto. "Tliu Vlgilants' Mis
take," by John Thorubury, describes lu
a tree nnd pleasant manner tho ways
ami adventures ol estern frontier life
and tells how, lu a certain Instance, the
wrong man got arrested, how ho was
treated, and how he got out of it. There
is a short paper on "Maine do Jllran," the
trench philosopher. Then a pleasant
country sketch, called "Satyrs and Syl
van Boys." by Mary Dean. Tliu second
and concluding part or "An Artist's
Love," by Francis Ashcton, Is given. T.
Adolphus Trollopo contributes an article
on Italian Jewelry. The Monthly Gos
sip and Book Ci UicUm are good as al
ways. wini: awaki:.
Wc i have received tho cecond number
or ll'We Aiuakt, tho new Boston maga
zine for girls and boys. It opens with
an exquisite engraving or a French paint
ing. "The Little Shepcrdess," which also
Is tho subject ol a poem by Rev. Dr. S.
F. Smith. Tlio opening story, "Two
fortune bookers," by tho "Llttlo Class
Ics." man, Roislter Johnston, Is charged
with boys' humor and men's philosophy,
Mrs. Clara Doty Hales, who, by the way,
Is onu ol tho be.it writers of children's
poetry In tho land, contributes "Tonv."
lls.it.... ,1 lit..- t
1 miiB -'ii-s i.aimnus se
rial, is excellent. "Benjamin Frank
un," oy new Ur. Chaplin Is
appropriate, centeiiuially. "A May Mar
riago" is a graceful poem by that young-
iicaneu uiicugo divine, liev. Samuel
DullleUl. Miss Farman's "Cookln
-iuu enjoys iisen nugejy. "llow to
Amuse the Babies" is charmingly writ
ten and charmingly Illustrated. "A
Queer People Their Children" is worth
perusal Judging from this article all tho
Queer Children lack Is tho Wide Await.
"Frankle's Troubles," "Grandma's
Pocket," and "Where did ft got" arc
each veritable bits of chlld-llfc. The
Guesslng-Pcoplcaiid the Sliigliig-Peoplc
nro each well-served.
Price Si! per annum. D. Lothrop &
Co., publishers, !I8 nnd 10 Cornhlll, Bos
ton. Oun friend, Jones, of tho .Massac Jour
nal, describes a great Hood lu Massac
county in his most felicitous style by
wnieit wc mean Hint ho Indulged In a
great deal of very line writing.
XX Amber and White rag slock
cimloiKsattheBui.LKiiN oilier, printed.
i M nnd oo pcr M.
DONALDSON.
The Mlmlnir Alr-Slil AHttM Mil My
i ne iMMinieiiPH uiirrraiiiou uy '
I. T. Illinium.
1i:i itoiT. Mien.. July ID. A special to
Hie Free 1're.in, from Kalamazoo, says that
tlx iMiililnvns mi Din linlnnmynii mill
South llaveu ltallrnad train tills after
noon bring In the. Information that Prof.
nonaid'oti alighted between bourn
Haven, a village in tliu western part of
Van Huron county, nnd Xaugatuck. on
Sunday, lu nu exhausted condition, and
that medical nld had been sent him from
South Haven.
Mil. IIAIINTM DISCIlKldTS TUB DISIUTCIt.
A telegram to tho above Import, was
delivered to Mr. Itanium about 12
o'clock lnt night, ul his rooms lu the
Southern, but the distinguished show
man shook his head and said ho had little
faitli in the truth ol' the statement. Had
Donaldson reached terra jtrmn on Sun
day, he would have been apprised ol the
lae't by telegraph Immediately. He hoped
tor the truth of ttie news, but his reason
made lilin discredit It.
SPRINGFIELD, ILL.
Itnltroiid 'tiiiiiilsloiicrV Convention
Fined I'tll.v lollnr-'()l Minor-.'
Mtrlki' I'lirllnlly Terminated.
SritiNOTir.i.n, I July 1H. The con
vention of Hallroail Commissioners will
meet in this city to-morrow. Commis
sioners from the following Stales are ex
pected: Missouri, Iowa, WieonIti,
Michigan, .Minnesota, Ohio, Kansas, Con
necticut, Massachusetts, ami; probably
others. Ion. Geo. .M. .Woodrdll, Com
missioner of Connecticut, arrived this
evening, ami others are expected to-inor-row,
among them Hon. Charles Francis
Adams, Jr.. or Massachusetts.
Samuel Lowry who was arrested at
East St. Louis some time ago for resist
ing the United States Marshal, appeared
bel'oro Judge Treat, of the Tniled Slates
District Court, this afternoon, pleaded
guilty and was lined $50.
Tliu coal miners' strike, which com
menced about ten days ngo. cause:! by
tho operators asking a reduction of one
centner bushel for mining is partially
terminated. At the Barclay initio tho
men will reume work to-morrow morn
ing at the old rates, l'oureents per bushel,
and nt tho est shaft a number are at
work by the month. Xo eoal Is bcin
holted nt the other mines.
Mountain Momlon Trials.
fti:.ivi:it. Utah, July 10. There have
been complaints made against several of
tlio most, important witnesses lor too
prosecution In tho Lee ease, charging
them, before a Jutleo of thu Peace, with
complicity lu the murders at Mountniu
Meadow, and on other grounds. .Mar
shal Maxwell has Issued orders to Ills
deputies not to allow a witness to be ar
rested anil taken out of tho county, and
to protect them with force of arms jf ne
cessary. .Iiit'kNiiii'H llelali iitlou Tin- Amount
Stolen Ht!!, tioo 111.
Loi'isvn.i.i:, Kv., July lit. Tho reve
nue olllcors completed to-night their in
vestigation into tho aflalrs of tliu Collec
tor's office, and report the defalcation to
be $S2,!iOO 10. It is their opinion that
Jackson has been stealing for several
years, but that tho bulk of tho money
was taken during lat February. Xo
trace of how he disposed of the stolen
money has been discovered.
I'rec tin.
Cincinnati, July 10. The Knquirer'n
Portsmouth, Ohio, special states that
parties at Sciotoville, six miles from that
int I
II I
c iv. struck a vein ol gas to-dnv nt
nlli ul" l.n.'l.'i r,... Tim I'.i.-i 7l.-l.-r lice
burning fill flay t Iiek'it or fifteen
fret, nnd it Is thought that enough can
bo obtained from tho well to supply, tho
city of Portsmouth.
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WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL.
Iiargost
VARIETY STOCK
IN T1TE CITY.
Gooda Sold Vory Closo.
Uornor 10th St. and Commercial Av
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
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nr.Ai. kstati: aui:xt.
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Real Estate
AND
HOUSE A.G-E33NTTS
COIiLECTOIlS,
;0NVEYANCKKS. N0TAKIK3 PUBLIC
) Lund Aironta of tho Illinois Central and
iiuuimuon una uutney n, H.
Companion,
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CAIIIO. ILLINOIS.
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LYNCH & 3I0WLEY,
ttL33 AT-i 23JST,uJ.T,DE3
AHt
XXouso Agents,
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OFFICE- At tho Court IIouho
POND'S
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Tho People's Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Not: Auk for Ponan Extrnrt.
Tako no other.
"Itiar- fur I will flunk of ( ii-lli iil tliins- '
FOR
liijlirii-o to .Man or lleatn,
l ull.. Ilrnl...
'M(riilii, .s'limli,,,, chiu.
sums, iiiniiiciiiiiiu.
I riirtiirf.. cm, ir..tii
tetl nr luclMI iiliinlt
SHi'llliiich.lliiriis, hcnlds,
?-iiiimirii4.
iii-1'iiiiii; .iiiiuh, or
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linn., i nr-, , tiiuaiiioie 1
liMitliiM'hi-.laii-tU'tif.Ncii
ralgla, hut llwl Kacf
l iiiIIhiii. Uheiiina
lleSwellliigiirftoiviife.
EXTUACT
niiiiiu-xi. or .Nircni,
..uiiii'iiKii, IJIIIHIIIUtK
Sin e l ilt t.iit or (Jimmy,
Inltaiiieiri.iuiilU. '
Dlptlieriii. Ilriiiiclil.
it, ASIIIIIIH,
Suri'or Inflanietl llyu or
Km- II. Is
Caliirrli, Lciioirrha.
Iilimliea. IlVMiiterv.
Son" MiiiiIi-n, liillamcd
II rent
I'liliiliil or too I'ldfiHc
PEOPLE'S
.ilouilillea.
.Milk l.vK, Ovaiian 1U.
cuc and 'I'iiiiihi-h.
REMEDY,
(I'nivcl nnd Strangury,
(haling und fiveoiia-
iioiis oi iniauu, or
AdultH.
Vnrlcom- Vi'Iiin. Kn-
largedfirliillaiiied Vein.
UlccrN, old Niieit, Inter
mil Dlceratioim.
ron
EXTERNAL
AND
IttilN, Cuibiinclen, Tu
mnrH. I In t Suillliii.il.
INTERNAL
Corns und llunl.nn, Unit
ed or Nue Keel.
Clin II nit h, I lariiess or Sad-
die (inlls.
IVIoii or Whitlow, Kryst
til Limbs or I 'aru,
Motiilf lilies. Inmct
.jtlngH, Chapiied llalnln
USE.
O.VII'N IIXTII.K'T is Ibrsalcbynll I'lml.
flans llrngglslsi.Hii.l leconuiieailcdby
nil DruggUtH, l'liylf:in, nml ftcry
hoily who lilt tuer iircdlt.
I'ltuiplilt't coiitiilnlng lllUnry mid IVeHinuil
til tree on npjillcalion, If not found ut j our
Druggist'.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Now Yorli ami l.tiiiiloii.
113-5-13-dly.
"L'lifiiK'Ntlonalily tilt; hest niihIiiIuciI
work fil llienintl in tliu U'orltl."
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Addreb JJAKPKU IMOTHKItS, N. V.
n niTTl 7il.. P'mllK;rl!lCl,.l
W I I HI I I V -"s" '''I. anil ll!i,,.
r III! II ill.. IngCiilliiiiir 'leclh
j 'i"'iiiiti.iii,
ii-im iweiii in
Valuable
FOtt
AT AUCTION !
AN ELIGIBLY SITUATED DRIOK
Busixio House and Resitono
And tho two lots upon which It is situated
FOR SALE !
'I hat well llnl-bed IliieU llotiM-ut flic corner of Poplar mid Tueiilieth sliii-N, with More-room
uud saliiiiii iiet'iiiiiiiindiitliilis tin llrst lloor, nnd liimlly residence iilmve. w III. Willi lnl Jl iin.l
"It, block 19, upon Mhlrli it H Incatl, U-sold ut Auction lo the highest l.lllcr"oii
Nnltirility, July aim. IH7.T.
fur rush lu hnud 'I Ih ic will lie sold bcslilei! the ivil estate, a stoek of giocerlri, 'Inchnllng a va
riety ofiirtlcle oftlally liec; nnd a lot of l'nrlor, llnii.eholil and Kitchen niniltiiiv, loo numcroiH
i" iieiun.
As tlieowneris ileteiuihieil to Mil, evciybody
1 he sale will be po'lthcimd without re-mc.
f'.tltv. .In. ... Ill U? .
"I '" " "I '"I -
LARGE STOCK OF DRY 600DS
OfTcrcd fur f-nle nt
Croat Reduction in Prices.
Domestics, Shcotings,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Ginghams, Crotonos,
Tablo Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Lawns,
Japaneso Silks,
Alpacas,
lairge stock of Will to Ooodrt, Victoria Lavn. 8wU. TJiiimiiIIoh, nnd a Ijiie .-stoi'L nf
lilbbona. I'll. h t iiilic aim k will Ih rnlil nt ui tn it eost. nnd cintiuiii' until it I, clowl nut, l ull
ml iN'coiivinifdoniic.it llargaliM' 'I KItJI-i s'f Kit I I.V I Ahll.
Corner Eiglrth. St. and Conxmorcial Ave
l-S tf
nuriitiisTN.
BARCLAY
Wlioluvalo
DRUGGISTS
-
PAINT AND OIL DEALER?.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
A.nd
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET AIITICLES
DRUQOISTS- FANCY GOODS, COLLmil WniTE LEAD.
WAjTTSTrAAXE1UAL' WINDOW GLASS,
WrWhfSSfilh COLORS, OILS!
TUBE COLORS' Dyi5 STUFFS.
CnW?ATL.?rr.o PERFUMEilY.
VARNISHES, ETC., ETC.
V"Kr0.li:1it r'rrt'i'inil nf' iin.l f,r.l.T fruru IIhitkM, l'l.ylct.mit ami Cencnil Store In wan
nWi wdttficite K"""f- " 'vz&.rjr.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, I CAIRO I "ETAIL & PRESCRIPTIOfi
74 Obto Lovee. I w Wushfairton Av., Cor. 8th 3t.
kIWEfl tM0JSB- CrtlOA00 Lj
I
F. M, STOGHFLETH,
Importer and Wholosale Dealor in
DPOIEUEJIGHXr -A.KTI DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - OAIKO, ILL.
Koops a full stock of,
Monongahela,Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
RHINE,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
Property
SALE
who may tleslrritif.il bargalus liould atlrnd.
lll.NAI.DO IIIANCKI.
Ah . .
InlO-IU,
Suitings,
Silk Poplins,
Grenadines.
nud Kotafl
AND -
BROS

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