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the line of Staple and Fancy oro-
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Try My New Stylo Mixed
Different Combination Prom onv
uororo Offered in tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Xiveet aad. Rich
Oentral Hop Yeast
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WO. 32 HilUMT STREET
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Ordors for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or ir hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
"To lareo consumers and all
manufacturers, we nro prcparod
to supply any qunntity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rflUUMay lira 'snlUrc, No 70 Ohio Levi,
fcj-llalflday lira ' wharf boat
EWt KRyiitlun Mills, or
5At the Coal Dump, foot of Thirty-Eight
EJ-I'ost OMIce Drawer. MO.
Butter, tggs, Fisti, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Elehth Street. Carro. Ill
tJOrders for Steamboat liromiitly filled at
any hour, day or nlfht. 7-ia-tf
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mrty-Th rd Annua Session
Begins Sept. 29th.
grDaIaakie Millar, 028 Wabash Ave.
A Book for the People.
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leiltlmato mullet woik ef til
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IlilM IT. Man .. a,.
vata, V.nar.alaji I
tCKta of Early A buioaoii t'iOT.v,i;,,,r;,U,rian.
m. Mn.. coven, aijuu. buuna in cibah. ai.fia. a u " '
eiletoa faa Igtaroved tftatmentof nmaionhaa. itv.
( coalmli of Ibt abot wonH laenlea wrapper on
wpt i vtanip. Alio imiu mvuiuh fikMH oailte
NnW4 KCE, WIN.
Ran oi inaaaiwn i in.rtlait, ltalllonra
aialun decay aaotopolaaoj-a pritatf couIEiikVuw
oairlKl udtkoM lOiiUnipUllna inarrU,.. Mot men
uuaek adttittHOiaBt, bul lafh. onVj f 'pulu mu'.l H
iTrlal auoiertui iir.K-r ptlooa for aJtjS. atwrouUaiJ?
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Foreign and Domeitlo,
WIWEM OF Alifi KIND,
No. GO Ohio Levee,
MESJH?, HMYTIf CO. have conMantly
n Urjr stock of the heat good. In II mar
ket, and glveearieclal attention to the wholesale
ranch pf the linslnea.
Tho Undorsiirned Havinit Given
Is now Proparod to Furnish loo
At prices that will Comparo Far
oraoiy witn any sealer. He
will now Deroto his atten
tion Entirely to his
Cornor Zlislitla. Stroot,
WM. WETZEL, Proprietor.
ATKUSTV watch kept niht and cly for
trains unl eteuruboaU.
The bet of aeronimodalluns
KtU at Two Dollar irdv.
STBATTON & BIRD,
Agents American powder go.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIATi filtration Riven tocomlts-mncnLs and
L. D. THOMS,
And dealer Id
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Domeatlo Fruit and Nat
1S4 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
IAIXT AND Oil..
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Paper, Window Glus, Win
aow uaaaoB, eso.
Always on hand, the celebrated llltiwlniillng
Corner Eleventh Street and Waafctas
CAIBO CITY BINDERY,
aT. O. XXTTXlXalBI,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
lall.ti la Balldlng, Corner Twalrta Itreet
and WaahUgton Avobm,
fCo mtr and TUIlroad Work mtpeclalty.
5bc 0ito Bulletin.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1875.
The air earoe atlrred
With wbUnerecl word,
Yet the noisy city !t import heard.
(Jan it bo o
That an hour hro ...
That name wm a hhjh wt It now lle low ?
And friends were dear,
And Iowa near.
And the hearen of hoi ahlnlng e.lear .
Did eyenililne hrlghl
And nerer a hint of the withering blight?
Kit far away,
With Iti tender algha and lit laughter gay'
With the poinon Bunir
Ity the uliamele . toiiKue,
Hie deep deatbkoell of all hope were run ft t
And the lldlnKamw,
Aa they al way (to.
None carlnjr to auk lie they fale or true. .. ,
Aloue! Alone I '
The friend lime flown
How wenry aatl old the he.irt ha crown I
The latifcliter'A fled,
The heart It dead.
And crowned with Borrow the Innocent head!
Will the cru.litaln
lie wahed from I tic aoul au cniahed with laln,
Till Dentil thall bring
And the poor, tried heart (topped forrowlnjf.
Death lie a friend,
And thlt cruel life noon have an endl
WHAT THE FKXII IATS ABOUT THE AS-
Very Clearrttl Condemnation of tiny
Tlti: l-OI.NT ItEACIICU.
I'hc lawless condition of affairs In Wil
liamson county lias certainly reached a
point where executive Interference i
TO 1)0 A ukkat ltioin .
Gov. lleverhlifc Is reuutedto be tnincc-
cisarlly tender to criminals ; let him dis
prove tins uoei Dy vigorous notion in can
ing to justice thosa irulltyot these most
fiendish murder. To do a great right,
let him da re to do a little wrong!
Tlic assasohiatlon of about tiftcen and
the handm? of alwut ten Williamson
county wlilto men, lia created an abeo
lute reign of terror in Williamson and
adjoining counties ; but our Republican
Governor remains serene, sleeping as
lUlctly as nation Is ttie brcat of In-
I hute Journal.)
Wc aarrec with the. Cairo HulUtin that
the Governor la bound by every consid
eration of humanity, as well as by olllclal
duty, to gp to me extreme limit oi ins
power in ofder to give peace and protec
tion to a tcotntnuiiltv now utinurentlv
overrun byTajyle? desperadoes.
BORROWING SO THOciV r
tQulncy Herald.) .
Assassins continue to do their bloody
work in Williamson county, and Gover
nor lieveriuge is enjoying himself at the
Governor' Alan-ion and borrowing no
trouble about a little thing like twenty
seven murders In the southern part ot
tiie Suite. It is probable that Bcveridge
U so busy fixing up bis combination with
i.ogau inai ne nas no time to uevoie. to
measures to protect human life in South
has amtlk rowF.it.
(Mound City Journal.)
Why docs not tho Governor suppress
the lawluKsneis in Williamson county?
He has ample power and means. He
could make legitimate use of the contin
gent fluid In this way. He has been in
the habit ot using that fuiul as It it were
bis iHirtoiml nerouisltc. so much In addi
tion to his salary, which he has no more
right to do man nc. nas to nreaK into ins
neighbor' bank nt night ami rob Its
vaults ot the treasure tin
A MOST UIHIKNT NEED.
There U tho most urgent need
hangman In W illiamsou county, III
there is uceu oi a Uoveruor in hpriug-
Held with decision ot character
to havo the laws so enforced that
hatmmau shall have something to do.
The ltussell-BuUincr feud is a disgrace to
the whole State of Illinois, a disgrace to
the courts ot tho State, to tho Govern
ment of the State, to tho Governor ot the
State, and to the people of tho State.
These murders have been committed,
bear in mind, not in Kentucky, or Ar
kansas, or Texas, where KuKltix go un
punished; but iu the State of Illinois,
close to railroads and telegraphs, and
within a few hours ride ot tho capital of
the State, where the Governor compla
cently reads tho reports of tho bloody
and brutal deeds, but takes no steps to
suppress the crimes or punish the crimi
nals. It is a disgrace to llllnoU, and the
Governor should take measures to bring
the assassins to justlco or resign his of
fice. (WOULD LOSE SO TIME.
That a nest of murderers and bandits
should be able to perpetrate their san
gulnary deeds and defiantly maintain
themselves In tho heart ot a civilized and
densely-peopled State Is u blot which 111!
nois cannot aflord to bear upon her es
cutcheon, and she should lose no
tlmo iu wiping away the stain. Wc be
lieve Governor Ueveridee will find In tho
Constitution of tho State amnio authority
for his Interposition, und tho people at
lanro will undoubtedly sustain him In his
endeavor to drlvo out the ruffians who
lord it over Williamson,
1 1X1SQ TUB SLATE.
A flairs in Williamson county have coma
to such u pass as to render It Impossible
for tho local uutoritles to discharge their
duties. The Goveruor has been appealed
to for aid. But the Governor, turns a
deaf car. and tells the officers to do their
duty, when he knows, if he kuows any
thing, that the authorities cannot do their
duty, however willing they may be.
Probably the Governorhas no time to, at
tend to such matters. He wants to bcre-
SvOlatUft, vilt, Con Pwatai WMtt am WauKXljactM i.rmu.
elected Governor, or United Stale Hena
tor, or probably Vlce-rreMdenr, or some
thing clc, and l devoting his time to
"fixing up tho Mate" for next year's cam
paign. At nil event he seetna to have
no time to devote to Williamson county,
A FITTING OCCASION.
If a d ty pws In Williamson county, Il
linois, without the assassination of noinc
nromlnent citizen, the nconle coiiirratii-
late themselves that "At last the saturna
lia of crime Is at an end." Tlie county Is
rapidly becoming depopulated by the
process or mysterious murder and Its ef
fects. The Illinois newspapers "regret"
this lamentable state ot affairs which U
credited toa"vemletta," while the Repub
lican Journals nnd orators sigh over the
fact that as Williamson county Is not in
one of tho .Southern States It I Impossible
to cnargc these diabolical crimes upon
the "ex-rebels" and construe tliem Into
hostility to the Government. This fcems
a fitting occasion to call the attention ot
tho "North to. the, fact' that murder Is a
plant whoso growth Is much mora rapid
outside tlian Inside the limits of the
"late rebellious State.."
Th InnerentOld Lady.
Detroit Fret Prea,.
She lives down on Laker street, and
she has a daughter about eighteen years
old. The old lady retains all her sim
plicity and inuoctJiice, and she doesn't go
two cents on style. The other evening
when a "splendid catch" called to escort
the daughter to tint opera the mother
wouldn't take the hint to keep still, and
wouldn't help carry out the daughter's
Idea that they had wealth. While help
ing her daughter get ready she asked :
"Mary, are you going to wear the shoes
with the heel off, or the pair witli holes
In 'cm ?"
Mary didn't seem to hear, and the
mother inquired :
"Are you going to wear that dollar
gold chain and that washed locket, or
will you wear the diamond lather bought
at the hardware store?'1
Mary winked at her, and the young
man blushed, but the old lady went on:
"Are you going to borrow Mrs.
Brown's shawl, or will you wear miner"
Mary bustled around th; room, and
the mother said:
"Be careful of your dress, Mary: you
know It's the only one you've got, and
you can't have another until the tnort'
gage on this place is lifted."
Mary remarked to her escort that it
promised to be a beautiful evening, and
us biiu uuiwueu ncr giovc, ner uiotuer
"Those are Mrs. Hardy's gloves, ain't
ineyr oue s uceu a good liciglioor 10
us, and I don't know how you'd manairu
to go anywhere If she didn't live near
Mary was hurrying to get out of the
room when the mother mi-.cd her voice
once more and asked :
"Did you run Into Mm. Jewetl's
and borrow her bracelet and fan i Yes. I
see you did. Well, now, you look real
stylish, audi hope you will have a good
.nrltlTiZu? hy u.vr window in the pale
beau her around some more, but
he hasn't boen neen up (bat
way since that night. Tho old iTidy, too,
says that he seemed like a nice ouuz
man, and khe hotea that he han't nee,,
killed by the street earn.
. . .... " f'lllllO .1.1.1
Tlie Lant Haul Kile.
I Lexington l'ret.B, ,ug. u.
The remains of Gen. John C. Ilreckiiv
ridge v.m. ."Amoved vesterday from the
vault where thevverepfaeei'tif tuo tunc
onus luneralaud buried in a lot which
his family have purchased since his
death, hi the Lexington Cemetery. The
removal was made In the presence of
his family and a few friends only, and
was so quietly done that but few persons
were aware of what was taking place un
til the chaugc had been made. Tho lot
purchased tor this purpose is one of the
most desirable in our beautiful cemetery,
being the one which Robt. Wlcklitt'e
early selected, but afterwards deeded to
the Orphan Asylum of this city. Iu tills
connection It may be well to say that the
statement which has been going the
rounds of the press, that Gen. Breckin
ridge liad expressed the desire to be
burled at Frankfort, Is untrue. No such
expression of fellng was ever made, nor
has It been the intention of bis family to
place him anywhere but where he now
rests. Peace to tlie ashej of the great,
the brave, the pure statesman.
It was the twilight hour, and they
were meandering over the execrable side
walks on Veto street. He was blacker
than the king of clubs, and she could dis
count the ten-spot of spade.
"Susan, I lub you I" he suddenly re
marked. "Shoo ! Go long!" she replied.
"Susan, will yer marry mcr" he con
tinued. "Go long wld yu, Pete!"
"If yer don't, I shall embrace do float
In' waters ob de dark rlbber. Den dc
Coroner will haul me out an' got on me ;
diy'll plant me under do roses, an' dc
verdict will be, 'Dat feller died ob a
broken heart t'"
"You don't mean dat, Pete?"
"I do, Susan 1"
"Den, Pete," she said, as she sighed
heavily, "den Its my dooty to marry yu
to save yer life, an' do weddln' is to cum
off in do Fall!"
And they clasped hands and rolled
their eyes nnd stumbled along.
10 Hours Saved !
Cairo to Erurcllo in 7 Hours,
OaUro dk Vinoaaf
Xeave Cairo, -Arrive
4s00 a, m.
11:00 a. a.
ruaaengcra for Kvanavllle leavliifl Cairo via
I'nlro afc VlnrcBBOM lUllrnadat a. ni.,
inaku clone connection, at Carml, and reach
Kvanavllle at II o'clock the tame morning.
TEST HUtIM "BKUinr
JAN. MALI.OUV, (ien.l"aKnKcrAHt.
l'aatcngcr Ah'ent, Cairo.
T. AC. STOCKFLITH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
XEunxGraer jlxtjo boigdstzo
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full atook of
Monongahela.Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLiVND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
yyitXIAK B. SMTH. X. s.
RESIDENCE: No. 21 Thirteenth street, lie
twean Waahlngton avenue and Walnut afreet.
OFFICK: North aide of Ktfthth afreet be
tween Commercial and Waihlngton avenue.
W. BTJNNXNO, X. D.
nEBIDKNCi:: Comer Ninth and Walnut
OFFICE: Comer Sixth atreet and Ohio Levee.
OFFICE IIOUHS: From Oa.m. 12m., and
from 2 to 8 1). m.
Attorney at Iaw.
OFFICE: EiKhth Street, between Commer
cial and Waakinaton avenue.
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, over room formerly
occupied by Flrnt National Bank,
Attorney and Counnelom
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, rooms 7 and 8
(.Ity national liana-,
William II. Green, )
William II. Gilbert,
O.SrccIal aUentlon given to Admiralty and
MEAI. ESTATE AOEXT.
JOHN 0. HARM AJT &
;05VKfAXCKJU, HOTAXIEI PU1UC
Land Aarenta of the XlUnoia Oontral and
Burllnaton auid ttulaoy B. B.
Ifortk Oer. Ilztk usd Okie LeTee,
I. a. LYNCH. If. J. IIOWMV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collector and Conveyancers.
OmOS At the Ceurt Eouae .
KB8. L. J. SPEARS,
Weat aide Commercial Arenu. between
Migaux ana Mintn etreete.
(Next door to J. nurjrer'a dry gooda store.)
A full line or the latent and must fashionable
HATS AND BONNETS
always on haud. Also every variety of
BibboiiB Laces and Trimmings,
from the cheapest to the most costly. Ladles
will And any and everything; In her store for a
complete street, hall or party outfit.
rncea iu comiveie wun any in me n ijii.
ta-AUo atcent for the Hnrau ttcwlim Machine.
Wholesale, Retail and
SaVHighest Cash Price paid for
Hogs and Cattle.
OF A VICTIM.
Fublished as a warning and lor the benerlt of
Young Men and other, who suffer from Nervous
liahlirtv. lioaa of Manhood, etc. Ulvlna Ilia
ltulee of Self-cure, after uadarfomir much auf-
ftrlcg ana expanse
panae, and rauwu inn oi niv
Id directed eavtloi. Addrew N A-
In a twuteiufil dlrMtMl I
U-tAiiUCLniitAYrAm,!1. O. Boxias.IlrooB
. 1 ir
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
PiS).Tina and Orfrana
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET, DAVIS CO.'S
Of World wide Reputation.
Acknowledged by all frood Musician- to be the
ue.ii ruino now mauc.
THE OBEAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wc have hold over 400 dunDff
twelve year past, becoming more and uiorn
popular every oay.
SMITH'S MERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone, Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very tine Instrument, adapted to Initru
mental aa well as vocal miuic.
a li. tiie a bow: ari: ovrERWn on
ii ay Monthly Paymenti, at low fljrut el
regaraieas or J.iai met.
In great variety, including all the uew
nnd popular music ol tho day.
Orders from the Country
promptly flllud and sent
MIQUHS GUVURS BANJOS
FRENCH HARlS, ETt KTC.
Band Instruments of all Kibs
mrrJshed to Order.
aTEDIOl TOM VIOLDtl, OUITAIJ, STO.
Of the Beat Qualify.
Classical Studies and Exsrcisss
Of all grades for Piano or Voice.
tTEverr deacrlDtlon of Musical Mar.
chandlse furnished to order, promptly and
ai pncea tower man ever onereu oeiore.
GENCY ALSO OF
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
Ltit of these beautiful groupei.
All OooAi Wamated at XeareMated.
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
VK0LE8AU AMD MTAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Good Sold Very Clese.
Corner 19ta St. and Commercial At
C. 0. FATIEB CO.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Xetireea Waalajrtee ad Oesuaeroial
Aveamee, aatjeSi Mawur
TT tot aaia the beat Be, Perk. MaMea
JX. Veal, Laaab. saaaagt, .. aa) Ja are
riarcA to scrrn iWilcslnnn aecetUWe ttaaner
H.0UB, KKAJU OBAilfr MAT,
M oiiio urn.
A!fT DKMUI tl
Um4 cur ammrt
And Dealm In
HAY, COBW, OATS, PLOUa,
KXAX, KKAV, U.
Agents far 1411 ft XAWB MWSBB 00
:0rair Tetk Street am Okie
Z. 1). Mathnia.
M ATHUSS ic TJHIe,
34 Olxlo Xaev
No W Ohio Levee,
E. J. Ayrea.
S. D. Ayrea.
A.TRES Jt OO.
H. It. CVyXINOOAX.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Successors to Miller A Parker,)
' FORWARD O
And Dealers in t
WHEAT," 'itEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
CrWebavelcad the Large Valipw Ware-
fffS v,P"" aw tons, wbk givaw
le Acuities for storing and ahlpDUurV
C. N. HUGHES,
0Tr XathaM Val'a.
NONK but rirst-Claaa Compaalea rwr
S AFFORD, MORRIS
City Vttioaal Bask BmlUlag , a-tUUl.
The OldeetXsUUiaked Acefmr la lemlk
era ZUlnels, teyreeaaila over
Mi 000 000.
BOX and BASKET 00
fAUklatla hara aad eon,)
noomuio, smnr o, lath, a.
VUl mm Tari,