Newspaper Page Text
iMlw Krrrr PiMre.
JOH K. OBBftLY, Xdlter.
Wo received a visit yesterday
Irora W. S. Contrcll, Master In
Chancery in Franklin county,
and one ot the prominent citizens or the
town of Benton. He wm accompanied
by T. P. Bouton, the talented editor ol
the Joncsboro Oauttt. Everybody
TUB Bt'CKMKR FAMILY.
Few families have ever been better pro
vided for In a national sense than tho
Buckticra, of Kentucky. Buckner, Sr.,
Is United States Collector, and gained
considerable notoriety recently, on ac
count of an 83,000 dclalcatlou lu his of
fice. Louis Buckucr is Buckner, Sr.'s
deputy; Ashley Buckner Isajraucer.aiid
J. U. Campbell, old Buckner's nephew,
is clerk. J. F. Buckner, tho last of the
family, was last week appointed ganger,
What great service did the Buckucr fam
ily render tlie Government In the war bc
twecn the North and the South? The
Brand army worm should crawl over Into
Kentucky and hunt up the Buckner war
WHAT A GOVEKNOR."
Tho above Is the caption to an article
In an exchange paper, M'liieh bays Hint
"otuc nearly forty States of this great
Union, It has fallen upon the great big Illi
nois to be the llrst la calling on the au
thorities of tho General Government to
put down its ku-klux." A few hours
ride in a train of cars would have taken
the governor to the scene ot troubles.
Ills presence was needed in both Wil
liamson and Franklin counties, lie may
plead more important business. Where
were his services, In his capacity as chief
executlvo ot the State, In greater demand
than in Southern Illinois t Ills presence
in the turbulent districts would have
given much strength and. courage to the
officers of the law, and pointed out to
hlra a way tor the suppression of the dis
orders that would have saved thu people
much unnecessary expense and notoriety.
One of two things is certain Buveridgc
la cither incompetent as a governor, or
bridging tho way to another term.
THE MAN WHO WAN KILI.t.ll.
The ghastly, hideous slght'of a post
mwfem examination was presented to us
last night In all Its realities. Storlass
the black man killed by Lane, lay stretch
ea on a Doaru in tue caoin or a negro
woman. llie surgeon had laid wide
open his stomach and heart.luugs.livcr,
and all the vital parts were exposed to
tne view of the eye. Blood ran In rivu
leu, and gathered in pools on the
floor, while thy hands of the surgeon
were busy searching for the bullets
that had so speedily ended the life of the
unfortunate man. A dim light made the
scene more ghastly, and when the men
assisting the surgeon turned the dead
body on its side blood swashed down
upon the floor like water. We are of the
opinion that such scenes necessary, wc
know should be conducted with more
privacy. We had no particular business
there ourself, and will certainly never
have auy biulne whatever In such n
place again under similar circumstances.
KTXTCCK Y isAVUVRAt,.
Yesterday the lion. James B. Mc
Creary, Governor elect of Kentucky, was
Inaugurated in Frankfort, a piocesslon
paraded the city. It was composed or
State olUclals retiring and elect, munici
pal officers of Frankfort, military, fire
and police organizations, vltltlug delega
tions, and dignitaries of the city and
State, The occasion was observed in an il
lustrious manner. Gcn.D. W.Llndsey of
ficiated as Chief Marshal, assisted by Gen.
Fayette Hewitt, lion. W. II. Sneed, Gen.
Scott Brown and Capt. K. II. Taylor.
Tin ceremonies took place in Capitol
Square. Hev. J. IL Nesblt offered the
opening prayer, which was followed by
an address from the mayor of Frankfort.
The introduction of the Governor-elect
by the retiring Governor then occurred,
and after an address by the former, tho
oath of office was administered, supple
mented by patriotic lniulc and a salute ot
artillery. A benediction by Itev. Green
Clay Smith closed tho exercises, after
which the Governor was conducted to the
Executive office by thu cx-Govcrnor, tho
Mayor and the committee of reception.
A largo number of Louisville people and
the Preston Light Artillery attended tho
CORTINA IN A BAD VIX.
General Cortina is now lu a very disa
greeable and dangerous position. Holies
in Santiago Tlaltelolco, tho military bae
tile of the City of Mexico. Kccently lie
made application for a writ ot habeas cor
pus, which was refused. Ho complains
thai bis imprisonment Is unnecessarily
ngurous, he not being allowed, except
upon one occasion, to converse with any
friend since his incarceration, and then un
dcr surveillance. From reports we learn
that ho la held lu boudage of tho strict-.
est character. It seems to be tho deter
mination of the Mexican government to
get rid of Cortina, either through death
or Imprisonment. If it bo imprisonment
they had Wetter make It a long term, for
the tierce, revengeful spirit that he has
been spending on Americans since 1800
will be turned upon his Mexican
cuemics and tormentors. The
Piunuer or our ranchmen made him
itry weauny, and once out of
wecmtciies or tho central government,
,'Kh his Influence and money, he can
vouud him a few hundred of the
and mvJ?, ""PerwioM oi me frontier,
wntofllclaU.Vtdel!cc for Qoven"
of salllury Utew Wwe ised either
ageous and cunmngV ? Ut. ,s cour
ferocious or his country nTw ttnd
U never would W lnhVeatean!
Mexicans h,.rl ,v,..T ""1
. . - "m ucq, ut ,v
clscd by their fellow-men. wis career
has been eventful, and from beginning to
end Is n chapter ot blootlslicu nu out
rages. Without doubt he Is the most
dangerous Mexican that has range aleng
the Great 111 ver of the North" 'since-'.the'!
establishment oftho aged Missions ou
the historic San Antonio two hundred
No man In modern times has led such
a marked financial career as unfortunate
Ralston, late president" of tho Bank
of California. In a position of power,
wielding tons of bullion, lie whs con
ceiving and executing plans that would
have Impoverished Bn Francisco nnd
riven to film a wealth almost fabu
lous. Ills gambling was kingly In It
nature, and In tin dealings with men he
resembled a dcml-god. His home, out
side of San Francisco, was all that the
appliances of mechanism and art could
make It; and in tho city he was half pos
sessor ot h hotel, called the Palace, that
cost the wonderful sum of $0,000,000.
Kichcs.wcalth, position and life all dis
appeared In a few hours, and thu rich
man's body floated In California bay
The crash came, and he asked a further
control ot what he had Juggled with
gold, solid gold and tut tied into a gilt
tcringand evanescent bubble. Tbc di
rectors retuscd, nnd requested him to
leave the room. That was tho lost und
tlii.il blow, and the man who had tho day
before controlled millions, felt himself a
beggar, and thu end was not far away.
Broken lu spirit ho went to the bay where
ships that his genius had directed lay
with furled sails ships that had carried,
at his command, riches from the Chinese
seas nnd all the ports ot Europe, divested
himself of his clothing, swam out of
sight behind the dark hulk of an anchored
ship, and from that moment no human
ear heard words from the lips ot poor
Ralston. On Tuesday, Calvary church
was decorated with flowers and funeral
wreaths, and lmiosing ceremonies were
held over his remains. Then a proces
sion was formed, consisting of a battalion
of cavalry, three regiments of In
fantry, n battery 'ot artillery, the
Templar lodge ot Odd Fellows, tho cler
gy and the hearse with pall bearers; and
i guard of honor composed of Com
pany C, first infantry. Then followed
after tho hearse the clerks of tho Bank
of Calliorul i, the regents and faculty of
the university, members of the chamber
of commerce, the San Francisco stock
excliange, the Pacific stock exchange,
members and friends of the family, offi
cers nudcmployes of manufacturing con
cerns in which deceased had been inter
ested, and a concourse of citizens num
bering thousands. All these people, who
had watched the rise and fall of Rals
ton, followed his drowned body to
the graved -and at the cem
ctcry It was lowered to its final resting
place with impressive and beautiful cere
monies, according to the rites of Odd
Fellowship. The stake Ralston played for
was kingly wealth and position, against
his life. lie lost, nnd the trairedv that
lies hid beneath every fabulous fortune
came to the surface, and Ralstou paid, un
der the shadow ot the shin's hulk in
California bay, the stake he had lost.
Thu yellow fellow has lelt Barran
A Loudon tcletrram says that the
crop prospects on thu Continent are good
Mayor Park, of Raleigh, N. C.died
on the 20th lust., of pneumonia and ere-
JotmS. Gason.PrcnUient of the Buf
falo, New York and Erie Hank oflluflalo,
died on the 20th, aged 73 years.
The citizens of Holly Springs, Miss.,
gave n grand reception to General Gor
don, lie will take an active part In the
Beverldge receives severe criticism
from all parts of the United States. He
Is considered cither an Incompetent orn
General A. J. Pannell, chairman of
the Democratic committee of Virginia,
died recently of heart disease, at White
A negro named Alexander Stephen
son Is declared the murderer of Major Neal(
Kiiieu at seaman's lanuing. A wnttc man
is also Implicated.
The residence of Win. Vouug, man
aging editor of the New York .S'ioi, was
entered by burglars, recently. Mr. Young
and his wife wcro stupefied by chloro
A bonnet of coarse Panama straw,
called tho Mcttcrnlch, Is in vogue lu Paris.
The crown is high and pointed ; the brim
is tnmined with feathers, aud on one tide
is placed a bird.
The Vlcksburg Herald tays that tho
young man who raises a bale of cotton
Is doing moro for Mississippi than the
thousand of men who whittle piuu Hicks
and wonder when money will bo easier.
Dr. Hammond, ex-surgeon general
of tho United StaUs army, now a rcsl-
uentoicw lorK, was awakened one
night lately by a burglar In liUliouse.Iund
getting out of bed, shot the Intrudordead.
The Democracy of San Joauuiu
county, California, have nominated MUs
Jennie Phelps as their candidate for
School Superintendent. Jennie has ac
cepted the honor, aud gone into thu fight
General Gordon, of Georgia, and
Hon. L. Q. C. Lamar, addressed yester
day, a mammoth Democratic mass-meet
lug at Oxford, Mississippi. It was the
largest mass-meeting held lu Mississippi
since the war.
Tho Central Baptist Church, of
Memphis, Tenn., presided over by the
Rev. 8. Landruui, is to have a tower 160
feet high, lu which will be placed an Illu
minated clock. It will bo so constructed
as to receive, at a future day, chlmu bells
A duel was fought ut Wace, Texas
Sunday night, In the dark, distance four
feet, weapons 0 shooters, between Charles
Carrlck aud J. M. Turner. Three shots
were tired aud Turner was killed. Cause
a trivial quarrel.
The Atlantic Mills, Lawrence, Mass
started up on the 30lu, after being Idle
wen weeki. The stock on hand has
been sold to irood advantage. There, is
prospect now for steady employment for
.1,000 hands. ,
-Ten days since, ns iowi iiaicucit, n
Wether of Thomas Hatchett, a member
of the Cherokee 'Natlonal'Cotincll, was
sitting In tho doorway of his house
nt Muskogee, I. T., he was assault
ed by Charles Burgess, a negro, nud
Tho tlghtly-tled-baek apron ovcr
sklrt Is to be discarded In favor of very
long tunics nearly touching the ground
In front, looped up nt the sides, and
slightly draped behind. Ladles are no
longer to look like walking umbrella
rases, a certain amount of fullness being
restored to tho skirts, and there Is even
talk of Introducing small-sized crinoline
for the bottom of dresses merely.
The trial of Win. Wcstcrndt, Indict
ed as n party to the abduction nud con
cealment of thf child Charles Brewster
Ross, lias begun In Philadelphia. Coun
sel for the defense endeavored to have
the wife of tho prisoner, Indicted with
hlni, also placed on trial, but after much
argument and explanation the Judge de
cided adversely, nut1 the work of form
ing a Jury commenced.
Late advices from the government
polar expedition have been received from
the west ot Greenland. The Albert and
Discovery had arrived nt Disco after a
pleasant passage from Kngland. Both
sailed from Rltterbank July 17th for Up
pcrmnrik ; all well. Preparations have
been made for pushing as far north as 1
possible lu the Albert and for sledge ex
peditious beyond to the pole. Thu Valo
rous, which accompanied the Arctic ex
ploring expedition to Disco, hasreturned
to Plymouth Sound.
The Qulncy Herald says that the
Hon. Henry O'Connor, of Iowa, was sent
to Ohio, recently, to make speeches for
the Republican ticket. He was adver
tised for Dennisou, but when the time
camo. the Hon. O'Connor was in the cal
aboose, where ho was placed by the city
marshal, for beastly Intoxication. Whis
ky drinking is a had business. It got the
best ot Kentucky's groat Journalist,
Prentice, and hastened the death of the
Mississippi lawyer, orator and duelist,
Prentiss; handled Webster roughly, and
reduced llow the level of or
dinary mortals sonic of the bright
est intellects In thu United
States. Beer, foaming lager, cannot
quite produce these fatal results. It has
a tendency to give to a man of slender
figure a rotund form nnd fat hand",
ruddy cheeks and a wagging tongue. Of
the two evils, give us lager.
Tub dramatic season of thu United
States generally opens with the fall of
the year. Combinations arc being formed
as that is the new style now, for South
ern towns. Perhaps this year may prove
one of protit to managers in the South,
but heretofore, for the past six years,
they have suffered nothing but disaster,
except in rare cases. Ben Dc Bar is con
sidered the author of the many Southern
theatrical misfortunes, as the companies
he foisted on the people were far below
Tiik Springfield Journal says : "The
report that Gov. Beverldge had gone to
Franklin county grew out of the fact
that Dacus, the reporter ot the St. Louis
(publican, was mistaken for his Excel
lency by the people of that Ku-klux af
flicted county. This is rattier nam on
the Governor, and wu scarcely wonder at
the disposition of tho people down there
to look uli contempt upon hxecutlve
is this issue ot the Bulletin' is pub
lished a leading editorial, from the Chi
cago Times, on D. T. Llnegar's project
for a reform in the local revenue of the
State of Illinois. Owing to the absence
of the senior editor we will defer com
ment on this interesting and live subject
until a future time.
The investigations into the Indian
Agency frauds will culminate on Septem
ber 0th, when the Commission will re
turn to Washington and examine Welsh,
Commissioner Smith, Delano and Marsh.
Disi'ATcnES from Vienna nnd London
make It appear that tho whole Slavic
population Is springing to arms to aid
the Hcrzegovlnlaus, nud thus achieve
their own independence.
The Democratic couvciitiou of Sanga
inon county to-day nominated John M.
Nuckolls, Esq., for county treasurer, aud
W in, A Connolly for county surveyor.
We liaye in our possession a correspon
dence headed "Some Remarks on tho
Civil bcrvlce," winch will receive atten
tion iu a low days.
Oulebiiy enters the Ohio campaign at
Ciuciiumti ou Friday.
The Church nnd Education,
The Catholic World discusses, in its
usual vigorous manner, tint rk-liiK of the
church over education, setting forth what
uie jiouian uainouo conceives to DC tne
rightful authority of their church in this
rusiiect. "It is our duty," says thu
writer in announcing his subject, "to op
pose .o the pagan error that tho State is
master oi euucauon thu Ulirlstiau truth
that tho church alone la endowed with
thu pover to educate thu young." This
assumption thu writer forces to its ex
treme limits, claiming that in public
schools, created and supported by the
State, tho primary school shall be kept
denominational, and that all the schools
attended by Catholic children, shall bo
open to such Instruction as tho Catholic
clergy shall direct. This Is onu of the
coining questions, and it is well for thono
who uo not accept the ciiurcli dogmas to
Kiiow wiiat they will have to contend
wiin wnen uiuiime is ripe for the conflict
ar During the epidemic of mtcrmlt-U-uts
In the W est this season, the wholu
Immense stock of Aycr's Ague Cure be
came exhausted, and the producing power
i ins uiuoraiory was louna inadequate
to meet the demand. Many who knew
hf extraordinary virtues for tho cure of
Chills and Fever, paid exorbitant prices
for It. '1 his Ague Cure Is said, by those
who use It. to never fall, Reader, if von
must nave medical aid, take the best of
muaicine. roor lemeuies are dear, as
good arc cheap, at any price you have to
I'uy lor uiem. tnnriwron t-OMfw.
TXREE OF THE A8SAM1NI HOIKS Ut
They arc (iinrgrd With Nenrly nil Ihe
Two Mors Outlaws Held to Ball.
Maiuo.v, Williamson County, III.,
August 31 Tom Kush-11, .James Norris
and David I'lwisant, now reported to be
In Texas, It Is alleged are chargeable with
nearly all the assassinations that have
taken place lu this county. These par
ties may bo lu Texas, hiding from the
vengeance which is sure to overtake them
sooner or later, but the general toller h
that they are not ; that they are sulking
about this nud adjoining counties, await
ing n favorable opportunity to make
sure ot the next victim marked on the
Is a man between twenty-tlvcnnd twenty
six years ol age, born aud reared lu this
county, nud regarded hero as a vaga
bonda character so low lu the scale of
humanity as only fit to be just what huls
represented an outlaw, ills father, Jno.
Norris, Is deemed one of Williamson
county best citizens, who deeply de
plores the terrible profligacy of his son,
but Is lu no way responsible lor his act.
Is also a native of thu county, about the
age of Norris, and represented to be of
vicious habits. His father is counted
among the oldest and most re.-peetcd
citizens a wealthy farmer, and thu fam
ily pos'esc4 culture and refinement,
more so than any of those connected with
one of tho reputed murderers, Is said to
be a desperado of thu first water, and
acts in concert with Norris and Russell
when out on the war-path in quest of
From all that can be gathered, it is evi
dent that thu killing in this county has
been donu by a few persons, carefully se
lected and equipped for thu biislne.-s.
There teems to be no doubt about this,
whoever tho parties may be. Men gov
erned by no Impulse but that of reward
for the blood of their fellow-men. The
as.-assins hi each ease liavu been hired,
paid a price for the heart's blood of those
who have so recently been sacrificed on
the altar of revenge.
Old Jim Henderson, it is said, was
killed by Jas. Norris ; Dr. illncliclill by
Tom Russell; Samuel Hemler-on bv
Gordon Clifford, alias Texas Jack ; Old
George Bullluer by Tom iusell and Da
vid l'leasant; Col. Geo. v. SUney by
Ja. Norris ; David Uulliner by Tom Ru
sell and David Pleasant. The murderer
oi Win. Spence, It seems, is in no way
suspected, but no doubt lie fell br tin-
hand of one of thu desperate character
here l that the aggrieved parties lu the
vendetta have sent out ol the Statu for
men to do their killing, so as to avoid ar
rest and punishment for thu terrible
crimes that now blacken the good name
ot Williamson county, Southern Illinois,
and all this fair commonwealth crimes
that must pass upon the page of the
State's history, and remain as a stigma
ot shame upon this people in their da
A GRAVE QUESTION.
Kvery day. every hour, now pasc in
suspense. People hero ont-r. nnd n
peatedly ask flioquexllon, "Who will Ik;
tho iwxt victim? Who next stands
marked on the death-roll, that must be
sacrificed to help 1111 the measure of these
inhuman butchers, who now liavit com
plete control of one of thu falrct counties
lilt. llU-Klrl-A IIIIAI..
Cr.N-Ti(.i.iA, III., August III. The
Commissioners' Court ol the United
States, lu session at Centralis, 111., met
this morning at 8 o'clock, and took up
tlie case of James Lannis, onu of the Ku
klux or Franklin count. The evidence
was agreed to, and Mr. Lannis held to
ball in the sum ot $1,000.
Tin: NEW CASKS.
The cases were till dismissed against the
parties arrested yesterday, except that of
Jasper N. N'eal and Akin Plasters. Upon
trial tne evidence showed that Mr. J. N.
Neal was sworn in on the nlirht of the
light at Maddox's lane, but he did not go
wiiu wic party, i ins i an tuc evidence
that unneared against Mr. Neal. The ev
idence further shows Akin Plasters, the
other defendant, went with a band of Ku
klux, in disguise, on one or two occa
sions, but was not with them nt Maddox's
orixioN or the counT.
Commissioner Stoker delivered the
opinion, and said that this case was quite
uniiKe iiic case oi uantrell and Briley,
tried on yesterday, In which he dissented
irom me opinion or Commissioner Cur
lee, but as he was only associated with
Commissioner Curlee, he would not be
contentious. There seems to have been
no desire on tho part of tho defendants
to withdraw or abandon tho organiza
tion. Ball was fixed nt $1,000 in each
Court then adjourned till 8 o'clock si.
Other tiri-oner nn exneeted from fbn
K. K. vicinity to-night.
In Chancery Halter's Bale.
8tak of Illluuli, Alexander County J-bs.
In the AUxaudtr County Circuit Couit,
William M. Athtrtou and John Hodges vs. John
Holden aud Margaret Wallace 1'urtitlon.
PUIILIC uoilce h hereby given tltit Inmir
tuiini'tof decree r-ndcied in the above
entitled caUH., In bald court at the May Itrm
thereol, A, it u:$ j, John Q. Hiirraan, master
in chancery of tald county, will on Thursday
the -Jrd l,y f bcplembcr, A. I). Mi, ut the
hnurnf 2 o'clock i. ru. of nald day, tell ut pub
lic uuduc, at the court hoime door in the city of
culm, in suld county, tne following escrflKil
real i-atatc, to-wlti 'I ho south half of the uorlh
rii r"4rttr nf hcctlon twenty-M-tcn (J7), town
thlpflitten (16), south range, number two f.')
wtt of the third principal meriillan. iu the
county (, Alexander unit tiUiluof Illinois, to
gcilicr with the tenement ami hereditaments
thereunto belonging or thereto apx-rtatiiing.
1 trins of Male nc-hlf raoh In hand bul
""feln one and two j turn, equal payments.
"ihlx percent. Interuot per unnum tht-ieon
otlerrui payments to bo ttcurcd by mortgage
on the property told,
t-ulro, tllluoid, August 2.1th, 187.',.
, , . Muster In hancerr
'Inejtar ft Lansden, Complainants' solicitor.
hereby given that default having been made
f-r more than sixty days in the payment of
a portion of the umount acenred lobe paid In a
certain mortgage executed by James M Peicrlv
to William C. Wetmore nnd Frederick Town
'."id, administrator, c. orKllhu Towusend,
uioa.nl, dated July Ith, IWI, and recorded in
nu recorder's office In and for Alexander conn
ly. In the state of Illinois, in book I,, on page
f. Ao ,und in theoUice o the register of ucclla
ii the city orCalro, iu said county unit State in
I?' K of ueeda. on page (80, So We, the im
ierlgiil,sm mnrtgaKce, tV on baturdav,
un-. ilevt-nlhiluyofheptembernext.A l, l7.
at in o'clock iu the forenoon ut lhat day, under
ami by virtue of the power of sale con'alned iu
m '"."f'WF" ." ut 1'ublic uucllon, to tut
n'Kuest bidder, for cah, at Ihe onus building of
!,.'l,,?f!.e ;f "1C Culro C1,y '"Pert y nt the or
i.r ".r.w "'dngton uvenue and Klghli-enth atreet,
in "aid city of Cairo, In Alexander county ami
hJateofllhnoU, all 'the right, title unci Unlertat
or said JuuiesM. Ueverly.or Ida atalgns, In
nd to tots numbered 13 (thirteen) aud H four
tien,) in Huck numbered ;w (iwenty-nlm) In
JuJ I city of Cairo, according to the recorded plat
tlftreor, with the uipuncnancea. to atlajy the
purirasea and condition of said MortgaKe
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, August 16th, VS75.
, . KIUSOBiUCK TOtV.NSKNrS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rTMIK nUIJ.KTIS Is pttMIhlcTcry morning
(except Sfou(Uy) lit the Bulletin Iltiiltllng, cor
ner Washington avenue snil Twclnh street
Tint riLLLrriN Is icrrcil to city eubicrllnrrs by
faithful carriers t.Tweiily-rivc Cents n Week,
payable weekly. IJy Mill, (In advance), tl0(er
annum six Months, S0 three months, t3 one
month, 1 2.i.
TILE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
1'ulilUhnl every Thursday morning at l 25
pe: annum, Invnrlalily lu advance. Hie postage
n the Weekly will he prepaid at tlili oilier, iso
that nuWrllM'D will obtain for a subscription
rice of St n car.
Iluslncss Cnnbi, per annum, iV U)
Onu square, one ti'crtlnn i 00
One ojuare, two Insertions, - 1 (0
One f'iiarr, one week, 2 M
One Kiiuare, two weeks, II to
One square, three week,- 4 I")
One S'iite, one month S 00
One siiniv. one Intrrtion, ..f 1 00
Each subiciiK-nt Insertion M
UOnc inch is a Munie.
J3"fo n-Ktil-ir tt-hcrllura weoflei iiiperlorln
duceintnts, both as to rate ol charges und man
ner of diftpliiyhig their fmors.
Communlcatlona upon aubjocta of Ken
eral Interest to tho public solicited.
CfAll liu-,in--;,9 1.tllcrs should lc aildrfttnl to
Cairo Ilullrlln 1'oiiiiinny.
rflfbratfil forltt PUHITY, fITrtRXOTII and
PI. TAULENKH1. Wtrranim to ratsaaTi
ItcalM. , , K. L. PhUbSlNU CO.,
Tho Success of LOMPOChaa Induced the
Owners to Have u
GRAND AUCTION SALE
18 ml In South ofnn I.nU Oliltio,nnd 12 mile
Nurlh of l.oniHc.
In Trae is cf 5, 10, 40, and 160 Acres,
TUESDAY, OCTOBER SUb, 1B7B.
ON TIIK TRACT, mid continue TIIHKK daya.
Tkhmh: Ont-fourtli c-h, balanoo in nuir
niu.il annual ln,titfliiiciits, with ten i-vrccnt. In-tcn-at.
Those lands nn- Trell vralrrtil, ttml tcrtil, ami
sultnlile for raining all klmU of Kraln, rRclu
hlfH fruits, tobacco, ttc WclU luuo.t (' ,
Kxpn-as, ro,tt)lUccund Meunuhlp oltlcn tvi-tiihllsht-d
Inthctuwn, A lint- wharf at l'olnt
."al, whrreuiiy vessel can laud.
100 5-acre lots will be sold.
rainiihlets, Maa, and particular can beoli
talntil ut the irand I'uclllc Jlotrl, Chicago, or
WM. II MAUTIN, (icmnd AkciU, or br ml
dreailnj; California Immigrant Union,
634 California St., San FrancUco.Cal. "
E. L. IIHitroin. A. O. Meeker. A..l.lloole.
E. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Minors Si Shippors of
', Cor. .
Seuccu street, Ilnffalo.
.uaiua ,c Jiurktt til.
Also Agents for Blossburg Coal Co.
To Lumbermen $100 in Gold.
Send for a description of Emerson's Patent
Planer Toothed und Damascus Tempered
oawBiiiuuu uctounioi uie urtui .nilonal uc
init Content In which they carrieil otr every
irfzc Including thetloo In Cold Addns,
Emerson, Ford & Co , Beaver Falls, Fa.
huy where you haw tlili S-S-dAwlw,
"Ms : Calls
I ffft CO.NTUOt.S 6.000 Ilifluli
UU ofUialn fur SO days.
"lvaida it I HEqiTNll.r
fWWw realized ouan lurcatinvut
1'artle.i desiring to operate, or thor.c wUhln
for full Information HOWTOOl'UiATi:, fcntl
for our circular .ddres
BUTLER. CLARK 6c CO.,
160 Washington St., Chicago.
Kiib Nets.TentH, Tarimulln!, CamM Train, Ac
hend for Price- Met to ItUI'OM'JI UUXCU.,
314 N. third Street, St. I.ouIb.Mo,
A PLEASANT HOME
I AT A
The residence, and Kroundu In Joncsboro, Ills.,
formerly kuuwn aa tho
Situated tlnee block from and faclnir the I'uh-
llorjuurc, futirbhH'ka from lha Uijiot of the
CulniASt. l.ouls railroad, aud ubout one mile
from the depot of the I C. It. It. at Anna. The
liou.eias bubntantial, good atyled frame, nud
In excellent repair I has beven rooms, lartcu nail,
portico, porch, cellar, and front and Mde en
irancca. A good cistern, well barn und Wood.
house conveniently located. About .
Throo and One-Half Aoros of Ex
cellent Ground I
One-third In tlirubbtry, fruit, and ornamental
ticea, berries, Ac, and the remainder now in
Srati snd clover-well adapted to kitchen gar
enlnc or berry culture,
td-fho owuer realdsa eUewhere and will oell
at low flgtirea.
Inquire on premUta or addrcaa
B-:l" .V, J. I'll'KIN, Joncuboro, (l ,
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
Great Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PERF'CT
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comtv
012, 014, 010 and 018 N. MAIN STBEET. StTloTJIS MO
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY MHJIS, MO.
..im,.,0' W HENDERSON, Cairo, Xllinoi..
Wood ! Wood ! Woo c !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Trnnpfor &Conl Company is ownrtnarMn
111 ordorB for Wood and Conl. Dcllvorod to any par of thootl?
tho Lowost Cash Price OFFICE AND YARD ot tho Ooiro fcl.
LouiB Narrow Gaugo Depot. vairo fcjt.s
wood, suwod, por cord
Wood, sawed and split, per cord
Coal, car load, par ton
Coal, car load, slneljton
Coal, car load, one-hair ton
oft,Y,eM,r,Ior,"t-M- Stoekfl'th'H.oa Ohio Levee, nt the Cry-tnl Saloon, caer
Sixth street and Commercial Avenue, und ut the Company's Office. ",wn' cwer
Orders Solicited nnd Promptly Filled.
JAS.K.l4AITE,Soc'y A Treas.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full Btnck of
Monongahola, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
Ofleied for .Site nt
Great .Reduction in Frioee,
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Japanese Silks, Silk Poplins,
nihhom. 'I hU i-nilrH Block will e M nt
nd be convinced ol (Jrenl llarKalnal TKIt.MS sTItliri I.V CASH.
Corner Eighth St. and Commercial Av
It Te- .irn . r . at W
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
AM ECONOMY IN PRICE, ,
QUICK AND UIMIFORVI
OF DRY 600DS
ac.liiil cmt. mid continue until It U closed out. L'al