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JOKK K OBS&X.T, BMitor.
The Jetty work at tho month or tlio
MlMtsMppi rlrer Is' progressing steadily
nilMtlsfiictorHy. A correspondent ot
th New Orleuru Timti thinks that the
cotton of the orop of 187W0 will go
from New Orleans In vessel. drawing
more than twenty fiot ofvnter. Not
wlthHtandlng these encouraging reports
from the Jetties, John Cowdon, a gen
tleman who knows tho Mississippi river
from St. Louis down ns well ns nny liv
ing man, says that the jetty plan will be
it failure. Ifo makes these assertions
based upon scientific and philosophical
reasoning, and Insists that the canal sys
tem will only insure to the Mississippi
valley uninterrupted intercourse with the
ports of the world. Time will soon de
cide this difference of opinion between
Mr. Eads and Mr. Cowdon.
the ooi.nnN KISU."
The evidence beforo tho commissioners
In the Ku-klux case is ol nn Interesting
character, and shows the organization to
bear the name of "The Golden King,"
and to contain four hundred active mem
bers in Franklin county, and one thou
sand In Williamson. V. W. .Jacobs the
blacksmith who danced Iteforc his shop
for the amusement of the Ivii-klux Is
the chief witness, assisted by John Duck
worth, who foil from his horso in Mad
tlox's lane, on the night of tiic light, so
Ycrely wounded. Their manner of deal
ing with nu enemy was first a warning,
then the whip, and finally death. The
penalty for n rcftts.il to obey orders was
that ttio throat should be cut from car to
ear, and tongue torn from the mouth.
WAR I If MOUTH AMERICA.
The states of Fanama, Uollvln, Mag
dalcna and Caucaarn in arms against the
central government of the United States
of Colombia. They nre trying to settle
the problem of who shall be next presi
dentthe same vital cause that drew
from the federal fold of our own govern
ment the cotton States of the South.
Thirty years ot Internal agitation on the
slavery question finally precipitated tlds
government Into a war; but In South
America, where the people nre volatile
In their temperaments", and ns eruptive
as the volcanoes ot the Andes, nn out
break is conceived and put in motion in
a few weeks. Bogota is the capital of
tho United States ot Colombia, and has
sent 3000 troops across the Ma' dalena to
Tanama to Insure order in that portion
of the republic. The government of the
United States has taken measures for the
protection other citizens and their prop
erty in that country during the troubles.
What are the 'Winnebago savages go
ing to do about Jefferson Davis' invl-
tallou to Kansas City? Their
refusal to hear him speak, after Invita
tion, Is marked down by all classes of
people, of ever' political complexion, n
... I. . I ! . .
-v ..,,nW umj- in iiivoiornlo cvn
ics and narrow-minded people, innor-
once cannot be pleaded In extenuation of
tho act, as the savages of Winnebago nre
considered educated and refined. At
first glanco it would appear that the man
agcrs of tho Wiunebago fair had a mer
cenary object In view in presenting Jef
ferson Davis to the Winnebagoltcs; but
a letter from II. P. Kimball, secretary of
the Winnebago Agricultural Society,
published in the Memphis Appeal, devel
oped a design of patriotic significance
and divine amplitude the unification ol
the North nnd the South through Jeffer
son Davis, the fallen leader of the Con
federacy. The worm of tho republic
the grand army ol humbugs crawled
over the path of reconciliation, nnd Jef
ferson Davis will not visit our State, but
will go to Kansas City, where the peo
ple arc lust as loyal as tho Winnebago
savoges. Since the close of the war Jef
ferson Davis has been living a
very quiet and unostentatious life
in Memphis, Tennesse, with nu interest
ing family group surrounding him. Ho is
unassuming nnd modest in his manners,
and gains a livelihood for his family
through his own talents and energy. A
strict member of the Episcopal church,
he attends St. Lazarus, n weather beaten,
unpainted frame house, on Madlsou
street. By no act does he show that he
ever held the highest position in tho gift
of the Southern pcoplo, or that ho still
ratalns tho first place in their hearts.
Why then arc not the common courtesies
and civilities ol life extended to him In
any place lie may wish to go under the
flag of the Union V
The whites ot MUslsslnnl. slncn tlm
war, have dUpalred of ever releasing that
BUto from the trrmp or the HupulMcan
party audits thousands of ncirro voir
Instead of acting like the Democrats of
lenncssce, witli tact and policy, and
working to cliange the political complex
ion of their State, they acknowledged to
themselves and tho world that their fate
was irrevocable, and only dealt In bitter
and useless Invectives. They did not tin-
uersianu mat the spirit of conciliation
was Detter than curses and bullets, nut
Jt seems the centennial time of peace lias
senilis wmio uove down there telllm?
the MJssIssipplan that ho must win tho ne
gro to his side by acts of kindness and
fair dealing. One genuine move in the
right direction is the going out of the
pousncu Lamar among the pcoplo of
w htatc to teach them the po
Jlcltoad to pcaco and prosperity. In
ue exciting canvass now
pending Lamar's voice will go into many
etro cabins ami drive out from their dus
ty corners the memory ot tt,0 white mau's
curse. Recently, at Jack.,, James Hill,
the new Secretary of State, received the
Republican" nomination tor CoStcS
o the Vlcksburg district. Thlfcou
dirt now rests between Hill and Col
ClMriw I. Booker, the Pemocratlc nom".
Inco, nnd will be a lmril fought battle.
Mr. Hooker Is represented as a lawyer of
fine nbilltics, sound Judgment, and great
energy of character, i no vicpurg
Herald sa s : "Tho election ot JjH,lrUj
means nioYu Hum Mml.ili lliraldomnnd
the election of Hooker mi era of peace
and plenty for Mississippi. With audi
fears to Inspire us ; with so much evil to
prevent and so much good to accomplish,
let us all go to work with a will. Let us
set our foot upon the plowshare, nnd let
us not look back until the victory he pro
lAV-.PORT AXtt HARRY
Ml' I.I.I VAX.
Davenport has won for himself tin en
viable reputation ns nn actor on the
incrlcati histrionic boards. It was
gained l3 linrd study, careful train
ing nnd a strict observance of
the proprieties of the stage. Although
acknowledged n fine netor, lie does not
hold the high position of Edwin Booth
nnd Lawrence Barrett in the. public esti
mation. These young actors ketone to n
different school of acting a school truly
American in its Character, their names
being it magic charm to fill houses wher
ever they appear. Xot so with Daven
port. Although a finished actor, nnd ad
mired as such, his route through the
South, last Winter, was n positive
failure a? the theater-golnir people of
Louisville, Memphis, New Orleans and
Galveston are extremely critical in their
dramatic taste, but when onco aroused
by the touch of tho electric hand of
genius, never fall to liberally respond.
Davenport's failure last Winter, lias cer
tainly soured his disposition, nnd Is
about to put him in nn attitude not very
enviable to n gentleman who should ad
mire genius in his profession, no matter
from what source or nativity. We allude
to Mr. Davenport's attempt to create
a sectional feeling against the eminent
Irish netor, Barry Sullivan, the superior
of Davenport in every particular, and
which may cause a scene similar to the
one that marked the Forrcst-Macready
riot and tragedy of thirty years ago.
Why Davenport should place himself so
conspicuously forward as the man of
America to compete the honors with the
peerless Sullivan is n mystery.
While, ho is great hi Sir
Giles Overreach, he Is only splendid
in Hamlet ; and while he plays every
thing in a finished nnd mechanical man
ner, he never, us Booth ami Harriet, cap
tivates and charms his audiences. Ed
win liootli unu Lawrence Barrett were
the mtn to throw down tho glove to the
Irish theatrical lion : but, Instead of plac
ing obstacles In his way, they will aid
him In his triumphal route through the
North and South. Fifteen years airo
Barry Sullivan came to America, played
through its towns and cities, and then re
turned to England, leaving u lasting im
pression on the minds of all who wit
nessed Ills acting. Witli personal appear
ance against him, he has won his way to
dramatic fame on two continents, and
again returns to America to go over his
old fields of triumph. His conception ol
Shakspcriau character, subtle reasoning,
interpretations of tho language of the
immortal author, and delicate roundings
to .scenes that arc dull witli other actors,
lie stands before the English speaking
WOl-hl Mill YIllfl of tliu StllgV.
Tlie California ami Baltimore mmicii-
slons have had little cflcct on tho Phila
Thomas Ithodc, a miner working in
the Mount Carbon mines, had hi? jaw bone
broken Monday by falling slate.
o clue Is yet discovered that villi
lead to Uiu urrctt of tliu murderer of
Noc. An Inquest was held, but no evi
Malioined-AII lias been appointed
Commauder-in-ciiiet of tho Turkish
lorccs in Herzegovina and Bosnia, lie
is on his way to Serlajavo to assume
Howard, of the Spotted Tail Agency,
writes that there is no truth lu the report
that Spotted Tall or any of his people arc
on tho war path. They never w ere more
loyal than now.
The revolted Turkish provinces nro
preparing for a desperate struggle with
the turbaned opium smokers. Albania
lias caught the infection mill Is in open
A down train on the Grand Tower
nnd Carbondalc railroad ran into n box
car at Glllsburg station, overturning tho
locomotive. The engineer and fireman
barely escaped with thelrltvcs.
A reliablo dispatch from the Cali
fornia correspondent of a New York
banking house says the panic is over and
confidence Is returning, Coin is scarce,
but tho transfers from New York will
probably be returned.
A warrant of arrest has been Issued
against Thaddeus C. Davis, one of the
cauai appraisers, lor the recovery of
510,000 and upwards, alleged to have
ucen wrongfully obtained by him upon
one of tho John Hand awards..
Uiu Icxus Press Association will In
dulge In another excursion next month
Their first objective point will bo St.
Louis, a city that has been bored with
more excurlonlsts than all the other
cities of tho West.
A Cherokee Indian is in Murpbys-
uuiu, in a penniless condition, having
wi-ei, Hwinuieu out oi nis just earnings by
n white drover. Gill Burr nnd Albright
should give tho red man a benefit, lu the
way oi a lecture, and help him out of Ills
Tracey Itobluson, late Financial
Agent and Assistant .Superintendent of
the Panama railroad, who : was accused
or appropriating the company's f unds.has
been exonerated by the new Iwnrd ot .11
rectors, and suits on both sides liavo been
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sartorls, and child, lclt
New York on tho steamship Baltic for
England. They were accompanied to tint
steamer by tho President, General Sharpc,
Mrs. Col. Fred Grant, Mr. Gcorgo Wash.
ington Cliilds, Surgeon General Barnes.
and several officers of tho Custom house.
Tbo new postofflco in New' York Is
now occupied and Its multifarious duties
inducted as usual. Qnlr tlvo uiluutos
were consumed in tho removal of Iho dis
tributing department, which requires
continual operation, nnd is tliu largest
department iu.tlio office.
j-fKoxt January. Fenian convention
will bo hold lu KcV York Oily. Col.
John O. Mnhony, head center of tho or
ganization, has received letters from Ire
laud to the cflcct that tit no time in many
years has the parly of separatlonlsts been
lu better or more hopeful spirits".
The seventh annual lair of the Jack
son County Agricultural Board will bo
held on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday, .September 21st, Slid, aid,
nnd2lth. Silas Adslt has Issued his ad
dress, In wlilch 'he extends to the repre
sentatives of-evcry branch of Industry n
The" appearance of our war ships
in the Trlpolitnn waters brought tliu
I'acha to n lively comprehension of his
International duties, mid he has promised
that in I ut lire our Consul shall be prop
erly protected from Insult. The rioters
who Insulted the Consul will bo punished.
These concessions remove all danger of
Tho nssoclated press agents nt San
Francleo have been engaged in n care
fully constructed work ot art in the na
ture of nn advertisement for two news
papers ol I hat city, In their reports to
the world of the great bank failure. The
Chicago 77im says It has been n rare
chance lor them, nnd they have nbund
antly Improved It. Tim papers ulhidcd
to nre the Call nnd Ilitllctin.
Last Saturday the Goethe club, in
New York, celebrated the one hundred
and twenty-sixth nnnlversnry of tin:
uinnuay 01 uocine. A concert wn
given nt Gilmore's Garden, under the dl
rcclion of Carl Bergman nnd Glliuore, an
address was delivered by William Cullen
Bryant, a festival poem was rend by
Bayard Taylor, and n cantata "to the
Manes ot Goethe," composed by E. Leon
ard nnd Prof. W. ( Mlldner,'wns ren
The Vvitrier-Jounial says that In
stend of asking llnlston to resign, nnd
then ordering him out of the room, the
directors of the Bank of California should
have gone to the river and drowned
themselves. A board which could go to
sleep on seven millions of assets and
weaken on tittecu millions ol liabilities
has no right to blame Its president. Its
members were themselves at fault, and
should be made to feel its consequences.
The dead Kalstou ought not to be the
"THE GOLDEN RING."
ANOTHER OF TEE BAND
tVnrlul Ontli Adinllilwtcrrit
"First Warn, Then Whip, and Then Hang
Ckniuama, August 110. United States
Coinniijjsloner Curiee, of Taniaro.i. as
sisted ly ComtiiKsIoucr Stoker, ol Ceil
tralia, held a preliminary examination to-
nay oi ureen M. canireii ami njiiiam
son Writer, two ol Uie Ku-Mu.v engaged
lu tho llirht in Mndtlox's lane, on tliu Jtitfi
Inliiut. .allies L.iwness, another mem
ber oft hu band, waived examination lire-1
viously and was held over in $2,000 bond.
i nr. rmsT witness
as W. W. .liieoli. who wan linnllrutcd
ill the outrage, and who turned State's
evidence, lie testified that the leaders
of the band were Aaron Neal and Calvin
Moore. He was sworn In on the 2i!d of
July, ut tliu house of Hiram Summers.
ft., i.nvii til. Hutu. U .if .iliw. .......
... ...v. ..i.i.i.n U. .ifiiu llJVil flUMJIH
oil the occasion. There weic four hun
dred inrMnl.i'ri nf flir. lniwl In I.V.,i,Mt..
and one thousand In Williamson county.
He was sworn in by Neal, who made him
take an oath that ho would not reveal
any of the secrets, signs or piss-words of
the organization, which was known as
nn: "couii.-.v iiixo:"
WOllld I'd wlloniivnr filll.nl nil In. II,
Grand Master, and wherever; to first
UUU Ult'H IKUJJ 1111 01-
lemlers. tlio i-wtntltv fm tv.fwitwf l.nitw. n
have his throat cut from ear to car, and
no luiijiuu turn uiu uy uie roots, lie
testified to Cautrcll and Briley having
Im'cii swum In nn tlm nlirlit nf tl.,. in. i... .
and to their being present, disguised, on
the night when the fatal resistance was
made to tho visit to Maddox's, and when
various other lenriil.itlmia m,m nijn
committed. Alter starting on the Mad
dox expedition, Cantreli asked: "Is
there going to be any dirt doner'1 but
was assured by Neal that they were only
Kuuii; iu imic buiiiu inn, aim 10 wait and
see. These were about the only points
elicited In nddltlnti tn tlm irin.,,.,, ,.f
v, , ii
ycsteiday, which was, in n great part, re-
John Duckworth, also of tho band, lu
giving State's evidence testified to nbout
the same facts.
On the twirl nf tlm ili.r.incn It ......
teiimled In Mum- Mint I'.n.tn.n t,.i i.,
. ., " ." VWIIHVII nun ui-uii
an intimate er.soual friend of .Mr. Mad-
mua, unit imu nu rcilMJU lO Visit llllll-
imii. uaiu hiii iiouuiig uiiineiHiiy in the
relations hetwi'i-n llrii..t .!
. . . . . "V .'tUUIlUA,
and that both the accused had been quiet
and resnretiihln I'ltWmia i. ........
Briley told Captain Hogan he intended
to surrrender himself mid give State's
eviueuce, mil was arrested by u posM
,- "' utlv"" iiueiuieu xo give liliu-
hm.u.i. luii. iu:quiitr.n.
tA,tc,r JJ conference of several hours,
11.7 i T i i n lyium.-i V in ice ue-
cldcd to hold Cantreli in fifteen hu mired
u iiarn ooiiu, ami jjriiey in one thousand.
'1 hp sum Is considered low, and regret
and Indignation is expressed that Neal,
,.t,it:i , siiuiiui h,iu iK-en let oil on two
thousand dollars bonds.
In a long talk witli Cantaln John
tef'b m u,.Wa8.?p,ai" .f ,ho 'niMlii
LOLllltV 11 It 111 . I lllifi irntlw.MSLjl
...til feiilllVILU euuiu 111-
""n"u "'- w "8i urgaiuzeu resistance
was uiado o tho Klan. Ho provoked
their hostility by prosecuting Hlrain
Summers, of tho Ivlan, for selling his boy
whisky, ana was warned to pay Sum
mers back the amount of the fine, $100
pu the SOth Inst., and on a second warn
ing was to have then been hung. Ho
aroused Mnddox and Sheriff Mason and
procured necessary' urms and accoutre
ini'iita (mm rimvpiini. li...-i,i.. . .
a militia compauy for tho arrest of tho of
fenders. Iho arms wero fiirnishtd by
""..v., niv.1, 01 cuursu aiso ocars tliu
expense ol their subsistence.
I OUTICUNS AXGEIIKD,
be t ellt of t ranklln county, tlio bold and
courageous courso of Captain Hogan l as
excited a rancorous Imtc lii i iSiht
'ouniv ninonir the Dolttlclans ol his
county. Commissioner Ulcheson, of
Franklin county, became dissatisfied
'when not coiisulteiUn tho preliminary nr-
rniiKuincuis mauu 07 upiaiu iiognu, nun
.w ijiiiiiu i ?nvv.i. ,v nvif,iia III JJUll
ton on the 'J'Uh, when ho. attired tho an-
near the expetisu of tho militia, and that
1... . ...-!.. ......l...u. ......1.1 I
nre nimii! i3iPiiim wHiu ue cusiiv man
aged by a Sheriff's posso. itesolu'tlons to
thatetleet were adopted, mid the militia
company lias been disbanded lu conse
ijuence. Among tho speakers was C. C.
rin.... 1.... ...i.A .in....i.i ' . 1 .r.
uiiu, j-,m,, nau iil-iuiiui'ii ieai, nun
tV'Iln l.ne I.r,il1int. tlmf ll.ia lln.1 I I.h . ......
.. .inn 11 iii.iiiv. .iii.h .111 Hirii iiiui:uiiiii
slnco the recent troubles.
a noi.n Ari'EAi,
linu Immi iiin.l.i (ri llin trii.t'ln r
' 11 ii.iiv.i .&i.-niu.x njlllll III
the citizens of that county. In his speech,
.'ii. i-iivnn saui : n uiu ocu rocic 01 nils
Ku-kluxlsm wtic exposed, not n man
but would throw up his hat nnd hurrah
for the Ku-klu.vof l'ranklln.
A careful estimate shows that nearly
fifteen hiinihed men arc more or les di
rectly connected or In sympathy with tlio
baud in FranKlin, Williamson and adjoin
Aaron Neal, the leader, Is an old mem
ber of the Southern ICit-klux Klan.
nuiiAi cntitiiT is nn:
W. V .T'w.i1i2 ulinli'iu viliinf nt'lli .....
Pocd the plan and its membership. Ho
Joined It for the purpose of exposing nnd
un-uKing up uiu organization, llllll
another object ho had was to discover the
murderer ol old man Vnncll, who was
hung by a hand of Ku-klux for dl-obedl-enco
of their orders nbout two years ago.
Several men were arrested for the ntiir
der, but had to lie discharged after the
main wllnee against them had been
shot and killed. It has been dl-covered
lliroiiL'li Duckworth. .Innnl.a mwl nil in ra
n Mnni'n .mil 11
man named Jesse Cnvins wete nil pres
ent at. if they did not.nslst in, tlm hang
lug of N ancll. Tills brutal murder will
probably never be avenged,
1111: FASswonns of tiif. ki.ax.
were .-Implo. On meeting 11 supposed
member I put my hands In my pants
pockets ami moved my fingers on the
outside. If lie was n member he respond
ed by moving ids coat by tlio Inppel with
his hands, or the InppcN nf his vest bv
the same means. Then, taking him bv
lllli Iinllll. 1 WOlllll nilt (mi tlnrrnrs nil life
.hand between the thumb and first finger.
nnd 11 nu was n member lie would sav
something about doing well. The la-'t
two words were the passwords, and wero
sulllciint, if used In any sort of phrase.
have been entered in four of tliu cases
brought before the Foiled States Commis
sioners those of I!. Poindextcr. James
AlHhvr, Frank Fleming and William
Mom: onin: hank aiuikstkh.
On Sunday Deputy United States Mar
shals .Mnlkey and Moore went over and
arrested six men as members of the band:
Akin Piasters. Kiiuch Summer.-, Kll Sum
mer, Calvin Summer'', Jasper
Neal and Joseph Hutlplnc. On
arriving at DuQiioin, to-day, tlnceofthe
men were released on the order ofSlierill
Mason and Captain Hogan, who thought
sufficient evidence could not be brought
against them to insure conviction, al
though iiniloubtely' members ol the band.
The other three were brought here to
night, Messrs. Alkin Posters, Enoch
Summers and Jasper Neal. Tliev will
probably be examined by the United
State? Commissioner to-morrow.
The I'raukllu Ku-Kliix.
The following is a complete list of the
Ku-klux ol Wiltlams'i'i (or whom writs
ll.ivn hl'l'll iSKtlnd I'iiI 'hi Mnnni Anrmt
enl, licorgo Herd, George Proctor, Hu.
fus Slriilln, Williamson lliiler. iiemh-r-son
Mummer.. Thomas siiiiimcr.. .in.
tviii!..... in,.. rv. .Ir.. firecli .11. C.IIllrt'Il.
John Diiekivnrtli. fllram Summers. Wil
i.im llovd. Jr.. Thomas Poacre. AVIIll.tm
!irliit. .liltm.C T 'llltlllw .Tnem.f Vi.nl
Ellsha Summers. John Launiiis, Wllllaul
iiuiiiu, liiiiton hitmincr.s, hnoch Sum-
mers, ltaiidali Poludexter, Ellas Sum-
iners, Calvin Summers, Daniel .Summer.,
Ambrose Summer, Maudex Summers,
Joseph Hiighlne. Marvo Shaw, Itenla
..it. 1 1..H.1 ....... 11 1 ,--, . .j
nun jivm, oiuiun ni'iu, i iinaiii 1 . j'er
rlman, Willlaui Perrimnii, Sr.. James
Abshenr, Lafayette Abshear. William
Knight, Sr., A llli.iui Knight, Jr.. John
iiii'mi. .liiini.. it illi.i- wiiii.1,.1 v.. 1....
. ... ..,,,,,,1,1 ii.i,int
John L. Moore, Frank Fleming, James
. ..w..i .jiiiiniiui .-, ;?r., AiKeu
1'Iastf'I')!. Sr.. Sl'ntn S!miiiiiw.h. II.......
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XV V VAX X4 KB IT VA T,
THE HATLF BULLETIN,
rtMlH MVUWtlS I J FiiMUhcif every morning
(except Monday) In tliu lluilethi Building, cor-uci-
Washington afcnuc and Xwclnii street,
Tub lIctLciiN lj sirnd to city enbicribcrs by
faithful carriers at Tuenly-Kitc Cents n Week,
imynblc weekly, llyjtuil, (In mlrance), tlOper
anuiiiui six Hiontlis, fil) tluro iiioMIh, $J nne
month, $1 Ti.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
l'nbtii!ieil cu-ry Thtirmtay niornhiKnt $12.1
pe; minimi, Invariably In acluinre. 'I lie puttngv
on the Wcitly will bo piepnlilnt litis olllrn, so
Unit subscribers i 111 obtain for n (nb;criillon
rice of ! a year.
tlimlneM Cants, )ier annum .x (0
Unu so,uiih, one ii'i rllmi, , l
One S'liiaie, two In-crllnim, ) Wi
One Sfiuare, onewn-U, 2W
One square, two week, 3 so
One sijuaie, llireo Weeks,- , 4 (iO
One trjmc, omi monll A 00
W K r. K 1. Y .
One square, one Insertion tl
Knell subneiitirnt I null Ion ,71
K3"One Inch Is u squ.ne.
CJ"To refniliirivhtrllierf vriiofli'riiirlorlo
itiieeineiits, both as to rale nt rlurjji'K nml man
tier of iliiiibij iiiK tlielr faiont.
Commuulcationn upon subject of iren
oral Interest to tiie publto solicited,
53-.MI ltninet letters sliouM lH'rut.lresiil to
'nli-ii Iliillt'lln Ciiiiiinii)'.
reletirate.1 for In PtHIITV, KTIlKNfJTII anil
I'Al. TAHI.i:NKss. WarMnii-ct to rnsiiBTi
I'tUI K. I 1'Ul'S.slNO 4. CO..
a J'40 MlcUlgan-kT., Chicago.
The Succcsa of LOMFOOhaa Inducod tho
Ownois to Uavo a
GRAND AUCTION SALE
H miles -outh of; snn LnU Oblipo, anil li mile
.1111111 01 l.oinpoc.
In Truisaf 5, 10, iS, and Iffl 4cres,
TUESDAY, OCTOBER ,1th, 1876
ONTIIKTItACT, and coutlnueTHIti:K tbjs.
Tenu-: One-roiirlli ea-b. Imlaiieu In four
r.,.,1.. uiiuiiiu iiiiininiii'iiif, hiiii ti-n iM-ri-ent. in
'I'llfMP lllllll ntr, .roll a.-.,,. nl .(...! I l
',". ""iiii'it iiiuia-i.i, an I
. - . .... .,, ui uiuiii, ,.-i;iiji-
lit frll U l,.l...,.A.. It'.. It. iV? 1 ,.n.
r.- v.., tnn i llllll ,v MJ I ,
hxpir-s, I'oil Ulllri-und .-liiilil'hln iiIUi-m i .
tuhllilHil intlietown. A llm- Mh;irf lil Point
-ii mn.-iiiiy inn ! e;in inii'l.
100 6-acro lots will bo oold.
Iatiui1ilr,t. fni,. n,.l ...........I..... .
. i i ' . Vi 1 . i"ii in uiiira ran ih-oii-
u- VrVi1 mIiViT-1 ,l'ac"'c. ,,.ut'1- "ilcmr... of
ilre,ilnK ' """
California Immigrant Union,
534 California St , San Francisco.Cal.
K I.. Ileilstroni , t..Mker. A.J.IU.
E. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Minors & Shippors of
( Wstneni treel, llulTalo.
Ui:m:hai. On lets J tor. A.lam, .Market ii.
Also Agents for BloHsburgCool Co.
To Lumbermen $100 in Gold.
Send for nili'feilptlnn of Emorson's Patent
Planer Toothed and Damascus Tompored
Hawa and an lie. mint or tliu Cii eat Nallonaibaw
liiKtonlesIs hivMilcli they cinrieil on" every
prire Including ilii.ii in Gold Addreji
Eraorson, Ford & Co , Doavor Falla.Pa.
Miy lii-re jou taw ttiii (t-w-dAwlw.
"Pdi 3 Calls"
I firt tOXTKOLS 6,000 lln.beli
' Hnn and iiiiuiinU Is riiRqi'KNTi.v
le.illiil on nn hivenlmeut
lart esdeilrliiL'to iiiernti.or IIiom- wisblnc
for full liilorinalion HoWTOOI'lJltATi:, nd
tor oure.lrculur Addles
BUTLER. CLARK & CO.,
Jif''i rV,8r.T.,'nt'V .TiirraiiUii, Caini! Traiw, Ao
tor V rlre Mst to IIUDOI.I'll (!l,'N CO.,
I : ih'U'll-cfl.Ht. l.oill9..Mo.
A PLEASANT HOME
The residence and Kinunds In Jom-sboro, till.,
formerly known us tliu
Situated tlireo blocks from and feeing Iho 1'nb
llc iiinre, lour bloeks finin tu depot of the
Jv, rullroad, mid about one mile
iV 10,lc,'y,.on,.'c,1 w- ntAiina. Tlie
ioucls a Mibstanllal, Kood styled frame, and
In excellent reiialr i has seven looms.lurire bull,
Jioitleo, imvcli, cellar, and front anil side en
trances A Kood cistern, well barn und wood
bouse conveniently located. About rf
Throo and O no-Half Aoros of Ex
Oiic-tblrd In tlirubbei-y. fruit, and ornanieutul
ta-cs, Urrles, Ac,, and tbo remainder now In
Krussandclover.-WKllBdsptedto kltclien gav
dcnlng or berry culture. r 1 "
liie owner resides elsewhere nnd w 111 sell
at low llgures.
Iimulre on premises or address
H.-&-. A, J. I'll'KIN, Jonciboio, III
(PRO MINI NT ADVANTAGES:
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
ff5tlaXCe. - Sill1
5 JT m
Groat Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PERFECT
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp y
012, 014, 010 nnd 018 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS. MO.
AND BOLD Exnr.tiarvwF.v tiv
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
Wood ! Wood ! Woo d !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
TlioCfiirofc St. Louis Trannfor & Conl Company is ow prepared to
1111 ordorfl for Wood nnd Conl, Delivered to nny pnr of tho Citv. nt
tho Lowost Cash rrioo. OFFICE AND YARD at tho Cairo & St.
Louis Narrow Gnugo Depot.
list op rnioEs.
Wood, 4 foot, pnr cord
Wood, hu wed, por cord .......
Wood, aawed and split, per cord
Conl, car load, per ton . . . .
Conl, car load, alrlirldton
Coal, car lond, one-Irnlr ton ... .
Luave ordnra At !F. M. Stockflpth'M.Oa Ohio Li,veo. ut the Crvatnl Saloon ram
Sixth atroetnncf Commercial Avonuo. and nt Ttho CompinW Sfllco. '
Orilera Sulioltoil and Promptly rillqd.
tt F. 1L. WARD, Supt.
F. M. STOGISFLETS,
Importer and Wholcsalo Dealer In
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
OflVrul Tor Siilc ut
Great Reduction in Prices,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Percalos,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Japanese Silks, Silk Poplins,
l.nrs Slock ofWhlto Goods, Victoria Lawns, Swiaa Marsnllos, ami a Ijiifrc Stock ol
Ribbons, 'lllli entire stock will In- sold atnctii.il roM. and continue until It li clotnt out. Cnl'.
lid livconrlnrnluriin-at llnwiln ' TKItM-i sTItllTLY CA&II.
Corner Eighth, St. and Commercial Ave
I rrS I ai
1 a A - WAtjfcnnnMS
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
ABE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
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OF DRY 600DS
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