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a fc rry Piarr.
JOtt K. OBEBIiT, Editor.
Tim gauge to Ik: uetl on the Kecly
Motor apparatus renters 51,000 pound
prewiiw, mitl In lew week", In Phila
delphia, n stntlonnry cnjrlnr- will Ik; on
exhibition so Hint the public may judge
of It? power and merits. The machine l
imported under perfect control, and nn
inline forrallmad purposes Islicinjf con
structed with nil reqtiMtc speed.
II.I.ISOIN mum or nr.y ni:ni.u
The 1'okla Timet, In answer Ion cor
rrpoiidciit,tcarns from the Adjutant Gen
eral that, during the war of the rebellion,
the State of Illinois lost 2S,IS men . Of
ficer killed, 307 ; enlisted men killed
ti.4.13; olllecrs died ot wound, 125; en
listed men died of wound?, 2,8SK); olllecrs
who died of disease, 10,039; olllecrs lost at
sea on steamer General Lyon, U; enlisted
men at sea on the General Lyon,180; total
ofllccn, 005 ; total enlisted men, 27,576.
In addition to these there were 8C7 deaths
of Illinois officer and men In the Andcr-
sonvlllc prison pen making the grand
total ot deaths of Illinois soldiers durin
the war, 28,348.
The Cblcngt) Matrimonial Jiaturls the
title of a neat lllllo paper published in
Clilaigo, Ills., by 11. It IJiirIn.t Co., pro
prietor. It h iferoled exclusively to the
Interests of love, courtship and marriage
In fact the Chicago establishment may be
considered a matrimonial bureau wlicrc
all peoplo 'matrimonially Inclined may
make application and receive information
on that very Interesting subject. A paper
similar to this In Paris, France, ha. been
l!:c means .of uniting thousands of the
sexes In marriage. It Is full of advertise
ments from all parts of the United States,
in which correspondents, wives and hus
band are sought. A specimen copy costs
I.OtTIHYII.I.K IXm-NTKIAI. IMPOSI
TION. This great Industrial Exposition will
commence Its fourth reason on Sepiem
bcr 1st, and close October lClh. Jlallroad
aud steamboat lines will reduce their
rate to and from Louisville, giving all
classes of jK.'oplc an opportunity of see
ing Inventions of master minds, novel
ties In machinery, rare natural products,
offerings ot manufacturers, work
of skilLM bauds in mechanism
and art. The art department will, as
heretofore, le peculiarly rich in artistic
treasures, embracing several hundred
original pictures never before exhibited
outside of the studios of the artists In
eluding Carl Gutherz's (Tennessee artist)
"Awawenlug or spring," which attract
ed universal attention In the first -Mem-phi
exposition. The natural history de
partment will embrace the larger portion
,ofMt. Union College Museum, a rare
collection ot bird;, animals and reptiles
valued at a quarter ot a million of dol
lars. Lt.VJTHT Pl.TITIO.
A petition of over three thousand
Oiines Is published In the Memphis pa
pers, asklni: the mayor and general
council to grant the right of way to the
Memphis i-Charleston railroad from Us
present terminus to the rier. The sign
ers say tiity are conrinced of the wis
dom of the enterprise a, a
miller OI !)Ub C uro-Trf-ritv.
Some rears ago a similar move was. m&iie,
but a growl, wniuouw lu Vu nature, came
from ihc- wockiag "cliWMr-, who arguwl
mat it wouw un the drayin iaterests of
the city tnd daicge iltiaphls in imnv
other particulars. Besides this, a rival
roatlsKntatlfeistjO.OOOto defeat the
project. Here the aflklr rested, vet the
Dtoessltr of the right of way daily showed
Itself, as Memphis Is considered the
gate city between. the ihit and South
west. It Is a general dhtribiiting point
for North Alabama, Middle and East
Tennessee, and Georgia, for the products
of the Western States ; and for Arkan
sas and Mlssluippl, not only for Wctern
products, but also for goods purchased In
the East. The petitioners claim that by
reason of delay and cost of transfer,
their lines of railroad are
unable to complete with rival lines, con
seqotntly they liave been deprived ol
through freights, the benefits of which
they would othcrwiiu receive. Tho
Memphis and Charleston railroad is one
of the finest in tlie South, and under the
management of W. J. Uoss, general mi
pcriutendeut, has prospered, and Is In a
very healthy condition; uud from pres
ent Indications will be granted the right of
way .to the river.
A iPif?."!?0"' II US-
.POSUUlIT, AXU A CITIKKN.
All the cltlzcm, of Mllo Erwln's county
are not of the same opinion. Mllo i-ald
thatthctdltor of the Cairo Bl'i.lktin
fe've to Williamson county her unenvia
ble notoriety lor bloodshed and outrages;
thst the laws were executed, and Its off!
rs competent and fiuthful. All thU,
und more too, o't'a peculiar character, he
I'uuusncu in the St. Louis OlobcDeui
erat, consuming two colmnns of solid
uwmgto the absence from the
wy or sir. Oberly, that correspondence
has received no notice from the person
whom Itwas Intended to Injure. But It
has caused a corresDondent r i... m. , .
Dtmotrat to say a few word; and it also
v ,0rui a rauier btrong letUr from a
pnuem signing lilraself "ClUicn '
--ira irom both of these letters:
since 180i : wy'hlcli have taken place
MURDERS ASl vUxu,
VBUtntlM Nn n ..
m .I WJ I UII
mi"lM . II Alia BWfW. U I llf., I I.
. . Mecc. uilimi
W71, wOlbhi, JasLatU ZTrffl
Wlll4a i Moulton and M. 0, Walker. '
VTalker,WM ovicW, and is now serv!
lIMBl U UWM.' Rial mnnlin l r n
Ing out a twonty.fi ve years term In the
State Penitentiary, and the murderer of
A. d. I.o wo was also convicted, ami
cr.t-t-i.il n torn, nf nun vp.nr at .lollct. MU
Is niraln back In the county. Seveillcn
murder committed, and only two tn
Hubcii Stocks, nssosslnutud in lSUi;
Christopher lfowanl,1805 ; John Clicno
weth, IsCO or '07; Zara Cash, 1870;
Iaae Vancll, 1871 : Geo. Uulllner, 18711:
Pnvo Uulllner, 1874; James Henderson,
1874 : Vincent lllnchcllir. 1875 : William
Spciicc. 1875; Geo. V. Slney, 1875;
Tlios. I'. White, 1875. Twelve imagina
tions and no conviction.
After this general summing up and
claslflcatlon of murders, niaiilaughtera
and assassinations, he refers In the fol
lowing language to Mllo's effusion: ,
A two column communication appear
ed In the aioheDemoc'rat of the 25th In
stant, signed by one Mllo r.rwln, and
headed "A., yoloc from Williamson,"
which deserves notice. He claimed to
express the true sentiment of the people
oi mi couniv nini oi mo siiuaiinii oi in
fill rs here. In thl labored nrtlcle he to
tallyidcnles the cxhtenco.of any Ku-klux
convey the Wea tlmt.WeO'thlng is quiet
here. It is evident, however, that Ms ar
ticle was written In order to ventilate
some real or Imagl nary wronir which 1
had sull'ered nt the hands of Oberly, of
the Cairo Jlitlletin, and ltrown, form
crly of the Marion Democrat. It was
written In a tnirit of rctallaUon. and,
from what we can gather, with an eye to
securing favor and nntilauso front. I how
In sympathy with the gentlemen In white
of nocturnal and erratic habits. This
Krwln clahns.to hare been editor in clilei
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ui iiiv iu.iuirii .'Jtmirv. uuu w 111112.111 mill
capacity, to have sufleivd some seven;
excoriation. from the ixinircfit lieu of the
oiitnurcoiM Obcrlv. It is truo that Kr
wln. at the time of makiiMr a race for of
ficc, was, or sought to tie, thecontrollhiff
spirit oi tlie Monitor, but It Is cuual v
true that ho never held himself out to
the world as its bona fldeeditor. His de
sire to rush into print and associate hi
name with tho-o of such prominent char
acters as Oberly aud ltrown, Is, perhaps,
ms most innocent motive tor tins errone
lo a disinterested person, Mllo Er-
wln's position, with such an overwhelm'
Ing list of murders and violations of the
law before him. would atUM-ar uintiminir-
u in any particular whatever, and place
Mr. Erwin in a very questionable nttltude
as lo fair dealings and veracity. We
draw this mildly, because we arc not the
managing editor of the Hulletlv. Now,
to flic enforcement of the law,
the following is.from "Citizen,'' dated at
.Marion, and accompanied with other
matter of a personal nature which wo
will not publish at present:
No eivll officer here can enforce the
law. because public sentiment is against
the law and airalnst the ofllccra whn i-m.
deavor to execute, the law. And these
tilings nave gone on till they are becoin
fug legitimate fruit in rac, murder and
assassination. '1 he cltleens of this county
who are worth bavins here, arc trylmrto
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jii-i ;nnu wen iney iiilgur.
i lie above nrc only a lew articles of a
similar nature that havo come to
our notice within the pat
week. Mr. Erwin, nt his leisure, cm
aiwner meee, ami u no expenus a pro
portionate amount of the higli-tnmg
language devoted in his late articles to
the editor of the Bru.irn.v, it will re
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k-uiuii-, in jenaiii, mo iioumi Mate paper
is-ued by the present governor ol Texas
to the patient people of that State.
Men often laugh at the mistakes of
others, unmindful of the fact that others
are constantly noticing their own.
rhc Summer waneth, and Fall, witli
her promises of full harvests of nature's
gift, puts In an appearance next week.
Ihc merchants are ccttinz lu their
Fall goods, and should be uettlmc out
their Pall advertisements next.
.. J. Uul're, im 1 Ihc mOat IKjl-
Htied writer In the South, whose idea
arc voluminous and ue of laniruagc pro
lific and clei ant, is on the Austin (texa,)
Tramp, thieves are now traversing
rural districts "idl over the country. Ar
rests have been made of these .strolling
fellows, and in many Instances full sets
of burglarious tools were found on their
Will S. Washburn, editor of the Ma
rlon Egyptian J'rese, was married at
Ewlng, HI., recently, to JIIss Llbba A.
Kimball, of Chicago, late teacher of vo
cal and instrumental music in the Kwlmr
das. 1. McNeill, a well known plan
ter, living eighteen miles below Mem
phis' on the Arkansas side, was
assassinated, on the 27tii instant, be
ing shot with a double-barrelled shot-gun,
No clue to the murderer has. been ob
tained. Lcrdo Do TVJada, nephew of the
Mexican President, says that Cortlna's
ontliictncnt will assure, sooner or later,
perfeet K;ace ulong the Itio Grande. He
said, moreover, while lu Chicago u few
uays ago, that his uncle, the Prcsldctit.
ould soon send to the Itio Grande tverv
soldier he could spare to co-oicrate with
Gen. Ord in putting down .lawlessness.
Mllas Urooka was arrested at rh.
den, IlllnoU, while in a state of Intoxica
tion, lie stated that lie. wm n.m ..r .i,..
Williamson county Ku-klux Klan. Ui.ou
being searched, several masks were fouud
upon ms person, which rather corrobora
ted his bUWmcnt. Ho U now held Tor
tho action of the United States commls.
sloners. Brooks formerly was a resldeut
ot Carboudalc, where his reputation Is
one of a bad character.
One third of Iceland lws been ren
dered linluhabltablo through 'volcanic
eruptions. Tho region covered has not
been greatly disturlied since 1783. It cm
braces almost the whole of the eastern
aud southern narig ril thn Ulnml l.r.rrln
dug In this latter dlrecUon In this nelirh.
borhood of Hecla, and extcndlnir neailv
t(l tho point Where trvlm.l tf,M.l,na ii...
Arctic clrp.li.. '
Lamar Is makliur
M.,t.uu,, ii.innr orator of modern
uuiei, a great ininker and leamwl law
yer anu: rtictorlclan. Like Prenitss. I.n
sometimes swoons efter a great Intellect
ual cnort ; but his life mav be naid
through many long coming years, and If
MiuT 1 tiUk of n-'deeiHlng
i "'cic i nucgro major
"V cif perwipf 26,000, bo will llvo longer
In history than Prentiss, und be awarded
tliri aWutltattln nf iiirwlarn f4lll-,illnn M
-J Pf Jt., TOrrcsppnifeit.oiiclghi
itnrlannil SnrwV iiv tlifltlgoitti" uW In
Frarttlln county pvm botiroMghtUotji
lccuy riuEv iiuw, iur uuni v, a. yuvny,
of tiie Cairo Jlullcthi, left on Sunday for
thd scene- of notion, lind wilf report hc
next battle for his own paper and the
Chicago 77im.'' .f. P. It. probably
believes that the nbenl editor
of this paper Is "'Ocelot,' of
the Chicago Timet, which very erroneous
iniprelon Mr. Davl, of the Sun, tried to
dlpcl In a recent lue.
Mr. J. Hi Xoe, the gentleman who
was .so furiously assaulted in Ills store at
3Jo. 275 Greenwich street, New York,
died nt the Chambers Ptreel Hospital lat
qvcnlng nt five minutes past; seven
o'clock. The flcbt between Mr. Noe and
rtlie burglar wn terrific, and resulted In
the burglar beating uud gagging his
victim. After this he cooly washed ,thc
Wood from his hands'snd lciarted. it
Is creating a sensation In New York til
most equal to the Nathan murder, hntl Is
clothed with a much 'mystery.
The VIcksburg Herald man says:
"A subscriber writes us in one of the
happiest of his moods, and
quaintly oVservcs that one of
the most compatible things in
life's variegated dream Is for a small boy
from the tenement of a neighbor, to rap
hurrlcdly'nt the outer door and inno
cently remark, "Ma says plcac loan her
the 7iwWJustas you have opened
to mid yourself. Our subscriber must
be patient aud obliging the heggars are
the poffr, ami Divine law tells us th
poor ye have always with you."
Tub result of the. Ku-klux luvcstlga
Hons, before the L tilted States Court re
lilted In the release of Neal, the leade
on $2,000 bonds. He Is held for trial, on
other charae, before the Franklin
Cheat preparations are being made by
the Pulton (Mo.) Pair Association for the
reception of Jefferson Davis, who will de
liver an address to the people of that sec
tion of Missouri on the 8th of September.
It. HiciiKSON, County Commissioner of
hrauklin county, takes issue with ,!. A.
Dacus in reference to his Ku-klux re
port to the St. Louis Jx'fjmitican. and
Wi i,m am C. Ualston, the California
bank president who committed suicide
after his financial misfortune, resided in
Nashville years ago.
DVCKWOBTH, THE KU-KLUK, TURNS
Tbr Preliminary ExamlnHtion ot Iliw
Ci:.vrnAMA, III.. Augu-t 2H. The pre
liminary examination of the Ku-klux
marauders arrested for the attack on the
houeol John B. Maddox. took nlnr- I..-.
fore United States Commissioner Ciirkr.
The prosecution was made under the
United States Ku-klux law. The Gov
ernment was renrescntcd bv District At
torney an Ihnton. aslstcd bv Hon.
W. W . Barr. of Pranklin cotintv. The
defenc by Messrs. Payne and Williams,
Tiir. riiixcii'AL wnxnssr.s
examined wen; John B. Maddox. IV. W.
lacob. Mrs. James Brown, Dr. Hay and
lohu Duckworth. Duckworth testified
that he was at the fight at Maddox Lane,
anu on mai uigui Aaron -eai was tlie
leader of tlio buini. lie lmvi; the rmiiu.u
oi the following fourteen men as belnir
then with the gang: Calvin Moore,
George Proctor, George Herd, Wilson
Henderson Sommer. l!ufusStiii
!l,,Jr5 Wii W.lIHIey. W-m, Plane Green
Cantrell. . W. Jacob, himself, and
Aaron Neal. He testitlcd that on the nMit
or the 29th of July, "
THE JlAVD un
at the house or Hlnim.Sommcis, aud
solved to irlvc a visitation to Madrlnvnnil
Brown. The latter was supposed to
have some Improper women about hi
place ; the former w:u charged with hav
ing measured their horses' tracks. When
uiey came to jirown s House tltey found
him in a dying condition.
I he testimony of W. W. .fnenlm
other member of the band, continued
that of yotinir Duckworth. Aaron Neal
was the leader that night, and Calvin
uuiuiiiisieicu me oatn. The
I-ranklin county band was only part of
A IIKGfl.All OltGANIZATION
that existed in Williamson. Saline .-mil
lackson counties, nnd Hi nlil
do what they pleased, reirardles inw.
'ihey visited James Brown that nljrht to
uiaKo linn break up a gun, with which he
ad tlii eatcucd to shoot any Ku-klux who
Dr. Haw of Franklin
fav, of I ranklin county, testillcd
o deatlt of Mr. James 'Brown wui
thuttho death ofMr.,1.
nasiened by the Ivu-klux vlbitutioii that
night, but could not swear that It was the
Immediate cause. This testimony was
contradicted by that of the succeedlii"
sunless, without any new poitita. beAnn
of the examination was that Aaron Xwii
was field over. Two charees had henn
preferred against him : first, for consplr-
!UV tn tlllltr.) tin. rtnl.tt I . 1
conspiracy against tho liberty and nron-
erty oi Mr. waddox. Tho first charge
was dismissed. Oj, tin, becond, ho was
held over iu 82,000 hall. He gave bond,
SUL'ltll lilt- lmiillii.ni I. t .1.
.....I in.-, un ura.1, uuremiaii reai and
'I hoinas Neal, ab hecurlties. The others.
it. roinuexter. James Atuninr iv.,,b
FlenihiL' and William Nolan. i...i
over in $1,000. ' '
ti,,,Vlii ",a nation Is felt that Neal
should havo been allowed to go free on
susiiiaii a oonu. At th conclusion of
tho preliminary examination, Aaron Neal
nwui iiuiiir, uuuera guaru, to r ranklin
couuiy, wncre ih is charged under the
State law, before the County Court, with
ii vi uuu uiiiunini nsseinuiuge.
iiie united atatcH commissioner will
jjivc a iireuiuinarj- examination to-mor-
Illlll.r.V. I.nw ivn nivrnx..
who are still In custody. The'lndlcatlonH
are that Ihev will alsnlmnilmliii.il
when, like Neal, they will lie held under
uumis ior not uuu uniawiiii assemhlaL'e
under tho SUite statuU. The other mem.
herb of the klau, named by Duckworth
and Jacobs, are skuUtimi In the wood.
Capt. John W. Hogan, of tho Franklin
county miiiuajs ncre assisting tlie prose
tuuuu in me iirouuctioii oi eviuence.
As far as can at present bo learned
euiicyriiniK me amura Detween tho ten
trui l'ucinc and liank of f'niif,,r.,i. iln
bank owes Stanford' $400,000, advanced
somp time ago. The Central Pcltlo of
ficials arc disposed to bo reticent, but say
that tlie company had but a small amount
Ull Viujrusil III uie uiwk.
Aeroi hc Orrnti,
.-."T"eii. Martinez. Campos teleirrnnhpil
wMftl surrender next day. M m K
'. aiin.lnl I'mni Ilittlii a a II i
Is-too' 111 lo take part in the proposed
meeting of 'the powersMn nmta'tBc'
Insurgents and the Turkish government.
It L senil-otllclally announced hero
that In consequence of the unanimous wish
oi r ranee there is now reason to horn
.I...V 'MIIIUIIl'S l'l ii-liiiIIJ 1VIII I11HKO
pilgrimage Into French territory.
In eonsenueiice of the forcible npn
patlon by the Turk of fiakiiva convent.
neartheSenlan frontier, the Inhabitants
oi mo district ot .ovuarresch have re
volted, ami the ciuei town .ovnrlesch
The Time' corresnoiidciit nl. lioi-ti
telegraphs that the pope has sent his spe
cial blessings to the promoters of the
vauiouc pilgrimage io franco, nnd it
seems certain that the project will he car
ried out to avoid cotliMons. The pilgrims
win irave licrniany one uy one ami ren
tiez.voiis nt Mon: ami fans.
Mr. Wade, the llritlsli mlnUlei
when recently visiting the department
oi I uc secretary oisiaie, was Kept will
Ing In an ante room by I.e Hung Hang,
viceroy of Pekiu. and one of the secreta
ries of state. Mr. nade was olleiided
ami withdrew, i no viceroy apologized
iiiiuieuiaieiy ami numiuj; berious 101'
Statements made in ofllclal circles
eonllrni the rcl'orts tiiat the bishop
Urgel has been sent to Pulycerda and.
addition, atllrni that he was taken there
in company w un uen. i.izzinru. lloth
are prisoners oi uar, and have been con
vejcu io jioiiih uuicu, n lortreM near
IMn-.'loll.-l. lor sail! kra.nin.r A
f ' ual proswutlqii has beeii0eonimcnccd
against the bishop. The government
le.-rtes me i.isi.-t.iureiy to tlie legal in
A tllUllsltld Turkish f'n-lix !iv
cros-ed the Danube, in Austrian territory
und cxiict to be maintained by Austria
unruly r.ue. .-unitary preparations
go steatlilv on. but It is dillieult to say
whether they are to bo made tosatlsie
the impatience ol the peoplo or to guard
agaiusi ii seriuus conuiigeiicv. A late
uisnateii irom ivreycovacz, thu old caplml
ot .servia. alltioiiuce. lh:it. flu. m.iv u.t,.
lative chambers met lately, but nothing'
!... ...I.... I t - ... ft .
uiu luuuiiu uiisiues!, prciiiiiiuary to or
ganlatiiii, was done. The session will
be lorinaiiy oiK-ned by Prince Milan in a
All lralM to Hum Vlty.
How proudly does thu conduct of the
itepuuiuiiis oi nausas Cltv. Missouri,
contrast with the senseless und ant!
southern clamor which was raised bv the
ianatics oi iioeKioru. Illinois, when
was announced that Jeller-on n.'ivL li-n
accented an Inv tat oti to jne.nk In n.-.t
iminacuiato iitace. .Mr. Davis Is the
representative, chosen and respected bv
tlie southern lcoiIe. and imv liiill-iilti-
oiiereu n tin on account of Ids oIr-v ii
!...!. I... ...1 .-
uie uenesis 01 me soutliern neon i u :m
insult to them. Now that the war U over.
now that southern soldiers liave marched
through Huston amid the waving ofhand
Kerchiefs and tlie loud huzzas of the mill
titiule, it i. an absurdity for any little
VlllUirc to nut Oil air. ;nnl nniti ninn.
loyalty than Boston, it Is impossible to
separate iienerson i;avi.. tlie in.in. lrnm
Jefferson Davis the southerner. He is thu
recognized rcireentatlve of that south.
em spirit which showed Its devotion to its
creed on a thousandbattleflelds. The south
accepted tlie arbitrament ol war, and the
ixorin anu est Should now aeeent thi
arbitrament of tieacv. It is dishonorable
in either section to depart trom tiio cov
enant. Tlie aniic.-iraiiec'or 3Ir. IJavis nt
Jtoekford would liave done more to con
vinrii the South tfiat the North was lu
earnest when It offered the hand of fra
ternal welcome, than a hundred Centen
nial celebrations will do. But the in
suit offered the South, through Mr. Davis,
is not. iiKeiy to no repeateu, as tnc lanat
ics ol Koekford are writhing undei
the mountain load of scorn, contempt
and derision which the people have plied
mioii lueirguuiy ncaus.
WUer- Ilurlm Ilrlmbold
The other day the sensational Helin
bold, of btichu advertising tame, came
gayly back from Kurope, cured, it
was supposed, of his Insanity, which
sent him under some years niro. When
he went to Knrope his Indebtedness foot
ed up hundreds of thousands of dollars.
He arrived in Philadelphia last wcek.aud
gave a reporter for the Timen, of that
city, n lively account of his career in
iroperlty and adversity, and niinounced
his intention, although penniless, ol re
siiiniii'' bu-iuess and irlvlnir tho newspa
pers u bonanza of advertisement, as nf
old. He, however, indulged in such
tliglits of lancy that two I'hiladelphla
nysiclans got ho'd of him, pronounced
inn Insane, and hail him n-n.L..il .iv in nn
illSatle aSVlllUI. Wlli n-. iIomMIi-;; vlulnna
pf Africans gathering bucliu leaves will
haunt him. lu hU talk with the 7Wn re.
porter he said :
"Mv ii mi un 1 umiit. ..ii..- 1..II.... .1..,
,01rnu,,JlNew, ork' uvur less than
$100,000 and olten exceeded $20,000.
During the year prior to my departure
iioiijauiounieii to c-'20.000, and had I
discontinued my advertising at this time
would have exeei-ih-il ?m ikwi m nnr
But I never was a lover of money and
doubled on my adertlsements. What
ever display I have made in carriages was
iiui Hum semsi uiees, nut was oilier spe
cies of advertising. 'I'hc whole world
depends upon enterprise, mid the press
aud the men who wiW fur It am tin-
machinery and tho. wio sit In their
cnairs complain that 'things are dull'
must be dyspeptic, or 'waiting for soinc-
tlllll'r to turn Ull.' 1!U Mlenwher. Thev
are unworthy of a clean shirt or tlie love
of a woman !"
10 Hours Saved !
to ImA in 7
Ui f HVWS
Cairo & Vincxm
Arrive at Uvansvllle,
4:00 a. tn.
11:00 a. m.
Dfi-rnr.ir EanalU leaving Uutro tIu
v I lie un lira Itiillrnu'l ut lu, in
"rrii V.iu.at U o'i'locfc me luu mornliiK.
,IO"-K SJOQWKK llmu bv .any mher
J AH. MAIJ.onv, 'HJen. TassenRor Att,
iuWr Agent, Culro.
NORTH SIDE OF EWUTIt STREKI
twn WaaMnjrUa an Coaunerolal
TME JlAIhV BUUEUN.,.
(exorhiMondii)) m the liutlctln Itotlillag, cor-
uic.VVuluactan avwiue ami 'XweUUi ilreet.
ttiK 1ICU.KTIN Is itnnl to city subicillicra by
falthAil carriers nt Tncnty-Klvc tents a Week,
payabls weekly. flyJUll, (In nilTmico), IOKr
anmimi six Minniln, (! tlirrc months, 3 ono
month, SI as.
t. ? ..iW- ,:
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'nblli'jpil nrry Thurwliiy morning nt t 2.1
x" nnniim, InmrluMy In mlvnnci'. Up imttngc
on the WiTkly will 1 inrpalil nt IliU odiie, no
thstsubscrltifrs will obtain rornsulucrlpllon
rlco of tl a j car.
Iluatuos CanU, wr annum ; un
One siniart, one nscrllon, . , uo
One nmre, two inserlloni,... l co
Ono siMiarp, one week, u
One square, two weeks, 3 co
One mjuure, llirrv weeks, 4 ui
One sgure, unumoutli 6 00
One mjiun-, one iu-iertloii, (10
Eacb BUliMiiuvnt lii-crtluu, - &n
l-Uiie Inch In 11 Niiurv.
SI'o tvKUl.iraihcrllers wuollirtuiivrlorln-
ilucciiicnui, both u.1 to rule ol cliarK'i'-i 11ml inuu-
ncr of Ul.1d Iiik their fuvors.
Oommunlcatlona upon aubjecta of tren
eral lntereat to the public aollelted.
J-.lt IIU'Iiil--. Utlin nlimiM br mlilrt-ssM to
Cnlro II11II1-II11 Coiiinii)-.
P.SI. ITABLENKHI. WirnntM to rntitaTl
Hi 'JO Mtcbigaa-ar., Cblcaco.
Tbe Success of LOMPOChas Induced the
uwnera 10 liavo a
GRAND AUCTION SALE
"rln or I.otfipor,
i Tracts cf 5, 10, 40, and ISO Acres
TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 1th, 1876
OS TIIK Tit ACT, nwl continue THIMX da
Tkiim-: Oiic-foiirtli cali. Iwlmice In fnui
ciual nnuil.ll liulallim-nt-', with ten i-rc-nl. In-
These InniKnte well wnteriil, tlinlien-l, ntnl
ble rniit.i, tnlmrco, etc Wclla. VargoX Co'n
K.xnrenii. Toiit Ollici' unl Mn.iu.hln tn ....
uiuiuic nir im-iiiir nil Kiiiti4 01 pm n. vm. h.
tiiiiimm-fl in the town. A line wharf t l'olnt
rai, neii: miy efleI ran mna.
100 6-acro lota will be aold.
l'Uintlllletq. )Iall4. Iin.1 ti.irlllltn. nn t. -.1.
u-ii 11 Vi.TITK1 1,",l,ic, ChlaiKo, of
Ircs-lnc 1 n " '
California Immigrant Union,
634 California St , San Pranciaco.Cal.
I.. llMlstrom. A C. Meeker. A.J. Hoolc.
. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Miners & Shippers of
MSeuetu Stm t, TIulUilo.
nf .1I.1...J W ...
( I Monro,
Also Agents for BlosBburg Coal Co.
0 Lumbermen $100 in Gold.
ml fornileM!rlntlon nf Emeraon'a Ptnt
Planer Toothed nnd Samaacua Tempered
Bawa nnunn uo-niliil ortlie liieat mloiml buw
liis Ointil iuuhli-li Ihey rjirriiil off ctery
prize liiclmllnir the t no In Gobi Aililruo
tmerion, jrora s uo , Beaver Falls, Fa.
py where yon eiiw thli -ii-il.Vwiw,
HU s Calls
COSTItOl.S 5)00 Iluchila
of Ouln for SOilay.
ami nnw-iinU it i uk'ji kitlv
realised on un line-ilrucnt
I'urtieaileoirinjito oiierate, or lho-c wishing
for our clrculur Aililiti
BUTLER. CLARK 4c CO.,
iou wuainiunsi,, unicaiio,
Klh Nets. Tents, Tnunllin, Oanm Train, ,Vc
bend for Frlcp I.Ut lo ItllliOM'H GUN CO.,
UIIN. Ihinlfitreel, bt. I.ouls.Mo.
A PLEASANT HOME
The rcnliUncu anil KroumU In Joneslmro, UU.,
formerly known us thu
Situated three blocks from und facing the 1'nb
llo .-quare, four bloe ka from the ilenot of Ihu
Cairo AMI. Uiularallroail, and about one mile
from the depot or thai. C. It. It. at Anna. Tim
hoiueUa miliatunllal, Kood styled frame, and
In excellent repair t lui n.veii roonii.larmi lull,
iiortlco, porch, cellar, and front unit aide cn-ruji-,
A Kooil i-later n. well liarn nnd woot.
ioum; conveniently located. About -
Tbreo and One-Half Aoros of Ex
One-third In ahrubbery, fmlt.nnd ornamental
treea, berrlea, Ac, and the remainder now In
5 mas and clover-well adapted to kitchen gar
cnlngor berry culture.
rfThe owner realties elaewhero and will sell
at low figure,
luqutre on prcmwei or add res
B.'ili-. A.J. I'll'KlN, Joneaboro, III .
Ml! E 011
I o im AuraniTm
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR ".STANDARD"
Great Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PERFECT
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp y
012, OH, 010 and 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOTJIS MO
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY '
s i:-:,,0- W HENDERSON, Cairo, XUlnoU.
Wood ! Wood ! Wood !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Wots ffifflh&!&t yt TOftyd g
Wood. 4 teat, tier core!
Wood, aawed, por cord .
Wood, sawed and apllt,por coul
Coal, cur load, per ton
Coul, car load, Blnitldton
Coal, car load, ono-balf ton
Lukvu ordern rt;F. M. Stookfleth'a,03
Sixth atrootuncl Commercial Avonu?.
F. M. STOCHrLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
FOXUEHGrM ATVTT DOM33STIO
Wines and Liquors.
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kcops a full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KEIJiV ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY 600DS
' OflVrul for Sale nt
Craat Reduction in Frioes.
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linons, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Japanese Silks, Silk Poplins,
I.arr Stock of White Ooods, Victoria Lawns, Swlaa Maraailes, nml a iMtpe Slock of
Ribbon, 'llii-i fnllre stuck will li ul. utactnul nut. ami contiuui- until It la cl(l mil. Cut',
ml livronvinrtilortirtt IlarK'alne 1 TKItMS sTItKTI.V CASH.
Corner Eiffh.'tb. St. and Commercial Avt
STTBSCRIBBI JTOR THE
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
AM ECONOMY IN PKICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
- 5 OO.
- 3 OO.
' ii OO.
Ohio Lnvee. nt thu Crvatni n.innn
nnd Promptly rillad.
T. WARD, Supt.