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athrr Every Vngr.
JOn K. OBKRIT, Editor.
Democratic plurality In California .TO,
.(100, m fur nulicard from, for Gorrrnor.
Mr. IS. H. FiannlKnn."1'0 rtrwl 1,10
first gun nt the Ku-khix ItiMaililox lane,
hM received I ho appointment of clerk
of the United ft:ttes ConmiMoners
William BojU, arrested at Mount Ver
non as n Ku-klux, LMn Taiiuiroa, In
charge of Capt. llogan. Henry John
son, another of the gang was arrested at
Ashley. Sherltt Frank Maon, of Frank
lin county, Is also at Tnmnroa, ttli
Jntne I.awrlt), who was umihlu to fjlvo
bonds. CoinniUsiutitr Curlco is reported
unwell, which may caiiM) a popono
went of further trials Tho dispatches
say that startllnr developments may be
vihswubx riio.n Tin; utisii.
In Franklin county, on the 2d Inst., a
Ku-klux tired through a window, w ith a
rifle, at BUI Duugee. Hill 1? the good
citizen who received the bundle ol hick
ory withes, with note attached, etc.,
and Instead ol following the advice slven,
hunted up .1 supposed Ku-klu.v and j;iive
him a soiuid tlrtibMn, .V ritlo Iu!
comes back in return, and now Mil
Dungve must comme lire a vendetta and
go guuuiug a they do in Williamson
Six men were executed at Fort smith,
Arkansas, on the -tl hut., for mitnlurs.
committed. Tlieir names were .lames
Moore, a native of Johnson county, Mo.,
killed the sucruTs posse; Heck Camp
bell, a nejrro, Choctaw nation, killed!
Lavvsou Rose and his daughter ; Samuel
C. Fooy, a Cherokee, Fort Smith, mur
dered J. Emmett 'off; John H'hittins-
ton, uioctaw nation, murdered a man
named John J. TurnerjDanlel Evans.Ten
nessee, killed a traveling companion
named Zebald ; Smoker Mankiller, Cher
okee full-blood, killed a man .named
Short. These six men paid the penalty
of their crimes at one time. It was a big
human sacrifice to the good justice.
TIIK .ATIOMAl. I.MIIN PAIltY.
It la said that a party assuming thu
name of "The National Union Party" lias
been organized in Massachusetts. It has
selected Nathaniel P. llauks, ot Massa
chusetts, for President, and L. Q. C.
Lamar for. Vice-President. e cannot
believe that either Banks or Lamur M ill
lend themselves to a party tlmt must cer
tainly meet with disaster. L.
Q. C. Lamar Is .now in
Mississippi, attempting, by his eloquence
and great oratorical powers, to redeem
that State from negro rule and the
clutches of unprincipled white men. If
he contemplated casting his fortunes
with a new party he would not surely
now aid the Democrats, with so much
7eal and fervor, In the State of MIsIs
'PP' THAT 1IO VI
Tho Illinoiian says: "The howl of
the Southern press over the rejection of
Jeff Davis as orator nt the Winnebago
county fair still continues. They seem
to think down there that the people In
this region have no right to .-elect their
own speakers for a public occasion, but
must choose Jeff Davis and pay lum
$000 therefor, or be accused ot tearing
open the 'bleeding wounds ol the war,
and relnauguratlug sectional strife.' Jeff
-Davis did not select the position of
UieDinrx.. jninoi, falrs-particularly I
Ites. The mni"0Jr" vvinncbatro
hlni In Jiome In Tennessee, Invfteu
him to dillvcrnn address upon the topic
01 agriculture, nnd he accepted. Then
the grand fraud ot the republic set up a
howl, and the war M-as renewed in Win
nebago by the lusty political champion
of the Radical party the Grand Army
of the Republic.
AW AMERICAN AIK11IKAI,.
The tuneral of Admiral Collins took
place at Callao, August 11th. Tho public
buildings and private dwellings hooted
nags at half ma,t. The different vessels
In thc bay wearing the American colors
were also in mourning, and on
board the Richmond and On
ward the Impressive ceremonial
prescribed by regulation was observed.
The minister of war issued un order di
recting that tlio honors duo to u General
of Dlvlslou In active servlco bo fchown
to the memory of Admiral Colllns,andan
Infantry regiment of tho Hue, 11 squadron
ol cavalry, and two sections of Dying ar
tillery weru sent to Callao to tako part in
the funeral procession to the Protestant
"TVlry ' VuUa VUU- I" w cortege
t .v "'I l,ri 01 Wur aml member
of the lorelgu OlUccs and of tho lute
rtor, aluoit all alio members of thu
Diplomatic and Consular Corps, a hucu
number of the most prominent foreH.
" Went, of Lima, together Mith t y
distinguished Peruvians, the America.,
Minuter, and the officers and men of the
United Slates narv.
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"nMl,'oconcucBment of tho work
on thc Eades' Jetties, mm the wy e n
couraglnif.rvports front that d rSio
St. Lou. and all Uptowns and Sic S
iissippj valley have been lookln-
loriorejgnporti, which, by direct com
-i4uu, womq aovanco their inter
Vndniake,,,eVttSt rIr the avenue
. with itt oio iwi r , ,1 H,H .m'
K...L. j.. QOffeo hir PnHivlon
dable yrtth common-
Preparing to nau.,,,.,..Ul .. ,B
mmunlcatkm., (wlth u.u .
Amcilcan Stales. It Is proposed to
lmnport products of the West fromSjt.
Louis to New Orleans by barges, trans
ferring them to ocean steanicra.yj ami
thence forwarding them dlrcottto South
American ports. Tlil can Ya done
much cheaper than shipping through
eatern seaports, lly the barge nnd
fstramcr y.tem tho collec traile with I.a
fllinyrn Carraccas. lllo nnd other South
Atncrlenn port, nnd the sugar trade
with Cuba, Porto UIco mid Deituinirn
can bo diverted Irom the usual route
Along vt Atlantic seaboard to the Mls
lslpfl, the greatest lnlkud pVcnuc In the
world, i -The St: l.mil? ' Times
In commenting on tlds Interesting-
oubject ald that at a re
cent sale in Hlchmoud. Va., of .(XX)
sacks of cofl'ee, which brought $i:tj,00O
gold, at au average price ot 20c. the
principal buyers were from St. Louis and
LouNvlIks and that It needed no argu
ment to prove that those cargo sales
could ho conducted In St. Louis by Im
porting direct, witli prollt to Importers
and advantage to Western buyers. While
we applaud St. Louis for her energy and
jUtlucnco In securing the advantage to
follow thu perfection of her South Ameri
can project, wo cannot but feel that Cairo
is tho true point from which direct com
munication with foreign ports should
emanate. During the months of u inter,
when the frigid teinpommout of die
weather yearly lree.cs the MI-Klppl at
St. Louis, ami hamper-- tlieeoinmeree of
tint river above and below that city, from
Cairo down mo Iiiivo an unobstructed
ciiuiiui'i ui'i'ii i-uuujju w 11u.11 an uvtrau i
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teamer orngiit tonnage. in tact tue
n,trr,ntn,m5 nlTnlm nr.. it.rt.ir in tlii '
particular, uml Mhea the 'lil5,J '
.pltey commence, to r.;.to the roMird
liatiux1 lus prp-utJ lor it through
t t I
uw .mciuuui ot .uk arcai inimory.
Latro -auvanuvs in position miii not do
Colonel Cavett, President of the Cairo
ain! Tennessee Kivcr railroad resigned 1
hLs position tu Paris recently. Ills res-
tgnation M-as accepted. Tho board then
unanimously elected Major W. J. Sykes
president. In accepting the position,
Major Sykes delivered the following ad
In accenting the position ol President
of the Cairo and Tennessee Iliver Kail
road company, It Is projur lor me to say
that whilst J thank you for this manifes
tation ol your coulldenco, nnd duly ap
preciate me compnincni you uae patu
me, lieti very seustoiy tue respousiuimy
1 usauine. i null 1 Liuisiui'i uiu iu.ij:ii.-
tude'oPthe undertaking, the value and
Imnortancu of the enterprise as well ns
thu dllUculties attending its execution, it I
is no nllcct.itioit iii mo to .-av. that I al-
most shrink from the task, and if another
could be found who M-ould give his time
and attention to it with zeal and earnest
ness, I Mould gladly give way to him.
This.ls an enterprise, which If It cm be
made successful, M ill Introduce a new era
into our country, nnd will be the com
mencement of a system which in ten
years will double thu wealth ami, pop
ulation, not only of the town of Paris, but
ot thcentlreeounty nf Henry. Whether It
will succeed or not will depend upon thoet
forts of those M'lio are most to be benefit
ted. If they take hold of It In earnest,
and act In "harmony and concert, with
reaonablu liberality and public spirit, It
can be accomplished. All that 1 can
promise is to do my part Mith all the en
ergy and ability I poses. trusting that I
will receive not only your good Mill, but
your active co-operation and assistance,
as well as that ol alt Miio are to receive
the beiuilt of thc fiiiceessfulconipletlou of
tills enterprise, otherwise, all my efforts
Mill be in vain.
There arc tM-o companies engaged lu
tho building of this road onu In Ken
tucky and onu in Tennessee. Tho Ken
tucky company lias no stock taken, whllu
thu one InTcimowMi lias a considerable
amount. Tho object of Mr. Sykcs' nd
ministration as president Mill be to unite
thc two companies, and then connect
with the MIddlq Tennessee road and make
a continuous line to. HuuUville, Ala.
Malor Sykcs 1 n man of indomitable cn
and war miv,..indnlstrntlvo abilities,
maku tlio enterprise a success wltsoA.
Jefferson Davis will deliver his Pulton
(Mo.) address 011 the nth Inst.
A delicate porfuine lias been Invented
from bed bugs by an ingenious chemist a
Tho Union county fair will open nf
Jonesboro ou tlio 1 Ith lout, llouton says It
will be a grand thing.
The caso of Gordon against (Jen. Bug
gies and clerks, for assault anU battery, m-iis
dismissed, ami plaintiff pays costs.
Ccntralla's fair Is to be held near thai
place on tlio grounds ol the Association, be
gluulug on tlio 27th lust., nd continuing
Carbondalo's Bciolute base ballets de
feated thc Sox'b a low days ago. Tlie Sox
club went back to Du (Juoln in a demoral
Gtipton, who klllod Kschbauh, in this
city, la well satisllod with tho verdict of the
Jury, Miilch comlgn him to the penitcn.
tlnry for four yearn.
Tramps nro committing depredutlons
an mrouaii ttie country. County Commie
slonors nboulu Introduce tlicso fellows to
ch'jvcls and picks on tho public roads.
Tho Directors of tho Hank of Califor
nia buve found a round million more as
but. AHLuuaU thu bank Uua atrong oppo.
sitlon it is generally believed It will resume
In a fcM- days.
-TbePresidcntsald tobavo madouphls
mind to recommend tho transfer of tho In
dlan Bureau from tho Interior Department
to tlio War Department, and stop tho deso.
latlug leakage which has been going on for
.John YV. Howard, a saloon keeper at
No. Oil North Sixth street, St. Louis, shot
his partner, fi. p. Burroughs, with dorring.
cr. The wounds are considered danger,
cms. Tho dltUcuhy occurred iu tho saloon,
in which both wcro interested.
-Pout master Genual Jewell has an
uounced that ho uii m0 wgr on lu
practice ol s n.tlng Mailed campaign docu
ments through tho nulla wrapped un In
uewspapors. a prominent Republican of
Cairo Navi. .Toivdi I .,.... . . . . .
Nebraska road met with a serious fl,,.M.
0,1 tUo 11 ow" ulu .w,l0 "bout noveu
J miles from Atchison,- Kan., a truck undi'r
U10 tcntUr liroko, nnd the liAggago car nnd
two passenger couches rnn off tho track.
AtvcraUiiien wrro on the platform nnd
Jumped to the ground. '1 wo ol them, Ed-
want AIncnmbe nudChnrlcs Lowly, both of
Lincoln, Ncbrnki, M ore caught under tho
car and killed.
The printers In tho Cleveland Herald
ofllec nro on ttrllcc. Catiee reduction nf
prl e of composition. Strikes should bo
avoided by printer. They always end die
atrouly to the Typographical 1'nlons.
ChlcHjto has adopted the plan of arbitra
tion nnd It works to a. charm. Proprietors
always niako tlio mistake of n heavy reduc
tion MhlcU'lnvarlably bring on mincces
Wndiburuc, an otUctr In the secrot cr
Ice ot the United State, captured four
men nho belong to the counterfeiting
Jiutrlal league- supposed to bo n portion
of Pete iicCartney's gang. They were
drecda farmers sxeept that one wore a
plug hit. and had a raklth appearance.
They gave their names m John Urown.
John Lee, JamcJ Flint and I'harte Hunt.
Ity tht arret 3,Tty In counterfeit motif jr
M-ns unearthed and an et.tblltUnieut ter
hhlturf thu "ijueer" broken up.
The PluckneyvlUe Independent says:
rne editors of the Ctlro Itulletln and the
Mound City JJourtul hoe succeeded in
couvinclnx us that they are both liar.
, rh.it what they tell ou oao another, and
I thu evidence ot two witnesses Is enough."
1 I'hea tt devotes a tew Uses to the lilt
I noi-.in thus : "Ksv. Mr. Alkea as with
' tlnn u Iroiii the Corbocdalo lI!lnotan, and
I that chronic scrltbter IVU Irwin hi been
appointed to till the Aiken void ! J
' l':tunel Kooart vrtttcs the "heAty" arti
cles lor the ?-!'." J. Paunch ItoTmrts!
1 What aad inuit.
SUuey Utrou. one of the reprscnta
ci tae Atlntl asd PaciSl Telegraph
v , -itK -.-,..-
UtTj ?f the Wf stera I nlon'relcsraph com
pa?,J.,Iewc, ttllt ptopo,ilonlmoh.
pari). 'Iemc taat anj propo
T It VI 11 7 VI IUV II4UIIVUU a J
nflfAlt LlA nflkA ft ft-t-tl ,. 1
fficl!Dc... 03 a ba'ts of 20 or 5 pcrcsnt. of
lts ,ipital stock, has been smrcested or ae
ceptrd. HeaUo denies thtt nccotlations
v itti the Western Union company have
been broken off on account ot a rropoti-
tlon Irom the new National Telegraph cont
pany, nerN the l'lesldcnl of the latter on
his ,V3.r Kast to conclude ncb-oiittlous.
I)i.vi;i:iiiGi: sent guns and accoutre
ments to Williamson county for Sheriff
Norris' Use. Xorris felt grateful, but did
not consider that the governor had done
the full thing In the May of military sup
plier and sent on a requisition to Spring-
Held for one hundred horses. One hun
dred Williamson county men 011 horse
back, armed with pistols and rules and
a little "stithlu" under their belts and
we Mould have news from that county of
a lively nature. Ucvcrldgo may be In
competent, and a howling Methodist,
and a penurious fellow, but
he couldn't seu thc necessity of sending
one hundred horses down to William
sou. Amoxu the excursionists of the Texas
Editorial and Pres As-ociation now trav
eling toward Niagara falls, is Miss Nettlu
Power Houston, uho repre-euts thu Aus
tin Statttman. She is tlie daughter of
Sam. Houston, the hero of thoLouu Star
State, and is a poetess oi no menu order.
Soincofherver.-c I graceful and polishcdi
traversed I y a vein of poetry fresh ami
original. She divides the poetic honors
of Texas with thu talented Mollic .Moore.
'J'jii: County Commissioners of Jack
son founty, have ollered the following re-
M-ards: SI00 tor tho arrest and convic
tion of tlie murderers of Ceorgo Hulll-
nerandCapl. G. W. Slney, $'200 re
ward for the apprehension nuu convict
ion of counterfeiters; 100 reward for
thn conviction of horse thieves, and ?50
reward for tho conviction of burglars
I.oi-i Hkii.m, Jr., teller of the Louis
ville Planters' National bank, robbed
that concern of nearly $100;000. Ho con
fesscd the crime and now awaits trial.
His reputation for honesty has been
above reproach. Wild speculation, lu
which he lost much money, caused him
ViJietray tho trust Imposed 111 him and
r u liaractcr.
uAviii j.inkuau n taxation piujt. .
creating ipilto a sensation. On Tuesday
morning we will publish it tabulated
statement showing by figures Its ndvan
tages to the people of the Slate.
Atchison, Kansas, celebrated tho
completion of her bridge across the Mis
souri river, thu 2d of September. Over
20.W0 stranges were in tlie city.
MinulliiK AHiilrnt Uniuey, ill
QoiNCv, Im, 8ept.2.-Kx-.Tudge Milch,
ell testllied yesteiduy uttcrnooii iu tlio
Methodist church scandal trial, giving
soiuo statements rctlectlng on Itu. Hull
man and his relations with Mrs. K. It Uhat
ten. Mlfo of tho City Kngiucer of (Juim y,
which HtatctnentB Mitchell sahl M-cre fur
nlshed him by Mrs. Chattel).
Tills evening, while tho jud.'e ,vas stand
fng on tho ci uer of Seventh and Hampshire
Mrects.Iho was suddenly ass'tilled ly K.
It. Chattcn, his hrutber, and another party.
Mitchell, in self-defense, drew a plutoi and
fired ouo shot at Chattcn, Mho drow one at
thu same time and tired, wounding Mitch
ell in tho arm, lungs ami gndn. At tho
commencement of the allray Mitchell was
nuukni-ii nmvil uy u SIOIIC tlllOWil by
young (Jbatten, anil, ft lH claimed, was shot
in tuu uiji niuio uown, aii inn
miur was uio Mounded in
tho leg during
K. It. Chattcn bus been arrefted, and
warrants aro out for the other assailant-.
A JoUc WitrlliSllsT .10.
Denver. Colorado, gave an Instance ot
a Joke being carried too far. It Mas per
!nn?,i?lli'rs u,;,,Jllt "y lately came
after tho Atlantic cable had been o.stab-
i .V L.Y iV'"".'"1 ''Pt-'mtor at Denver
oviit uiu luuutviiig (iispateu :
Governor Gilpin will not nccedo to tho
cession of Italy to Prance. Please let
The operator supposed It would make
some fun In tho Omahar olllee, nnd htop
thojv, us tho station agents had a gun.
'i Vn,l,Sr,ani!!n' ln ri-Knnl to c'lich
other s Jokes. Uy some hook or crook
ho dispatch went 011, and dived under
tho ocean nnd camo up smiling in the
Garden of tho Tullerles, in France. The
manner of lu rewptlon by Napoleon has
been lost to history. Alfthat Is known
?, fi.,,,Jp!ror 1,1(1 "ot W for nnd
.. ?i . lloV! operator Mas hunted up
and obliged to pay n bill of $187 50 in
gold for h , mtlo Joke. That operator'
'"lysatlslll with tho result of
Drniunllr nntl miulrnl.
Lydla Thompson wlllj return io the
United Slate next April,;
Oliver Doud.Ilyrou Isjlioldlng forih
at the Chicago Adelphl. '
Kdwln Adams Is pin lug Kuocli Ar
den nt McVlcker's theatcf', Chicago.
Adellna Putt I and her husband are at
Dieppe, Mhcre they have hired u eliiirm
Mls Charlotte Thompson placed
Jane Kvre at the liutlalo Academv of
Mtt'le lat M'rek .
Charles MalhM, alter an eight
week' season at tlio London Unlcty tlie
atcr, will go to India.
There U a probability that Sims
Peeve, the famous KnglUh tenor, will
come to America tlil seaon.
George Clark.', late ot Daly's. .New
York, Mill support Mls XelUon In the
Strakosch Paris engagement.
Wood's raiieiim. nt Chicago, will
be opened on .Monday, with an exterior
Illumination that I to oot $..CO0.
Santley lll "Ht.iln tho role of
Michel In "Haiti's "Siege of lloclielle,"
Mhleh Carl Kesa will prodtteo some
time In September.
Mile. Zulni.1 Houfar, the rising -tar
of opera lh;.tU In Pari, will en-ate
the principal in Ollonlweh's new
opTa. "Voyacv dan la l.une."
Mr. Gcv Fa wee 1 1 liowo has in
rhl in th cotintry, and brings two
new drama tt.tt he ha written during
hi summer tour in Switzerland.
MatUtne Madeline Schiller has ac
cepted an engagement of six Meek-, for
nu etn!oil Mvtcrn tour. Mith Theo.
ThvM..t, to commence early In the win
ing a.: mm.
Mi-- Genevieve Ward Mill vi-it tlie
Pnitel States early In December, under
the nsiiiagement of Mr. Max Strako-ch,
mid Mill make a professional tour of the
Mr. J. L.Toole Mill make hi- tlrstap
jve:ira:KV in London, -luce hi return
from America, nt thc i.ia!otx theater, 011
Mondiy, November 5. His engagement
M ill extend till next Kastcr.
-flieridan Shook, thc le.-see oi Mrs.
Conway s theater, In Brooklyn. Mill o)en
that place ol amusement September 15,
with N- Hart Jackson, of tlie l iiion
Square theater, as manager.
-The Iheodoro Thomas Concerts in
New Vork close on tlio 18th of Septem
ber. It is quite probable that Mr. Thomas
Mill give a series of summer concerts in
Hostou next season.
Watchers engagement with Manager
Xcuendorffior thu United States extends
from Otobsr 1 next until tho 15th of
June, Is'O, as mcII as in Philadelphia
during tlie Centennial exposition.
Itrnr Aitiiilrul Collin.
Naiioleou Collins, rear ndmiral Cnlted
states navy, coiiiiuanding the United
jtates .south Paclllc Mtuailron, died nt
Callau, Peru, on thu ninth ultimo. Ilv
thu death of this olllcer the service anil
the nation have siiilercd a lo-s to be felt
mil lamented during this entire vener
ation. He entered tho navv from In
diana in 1S:11, and graduated Mith high
lonors at the Naval college in 1510. hav
ing previously served as midshipman on
the West India station. From into to
all he served In thu L.t-t India ami
China ,-eas, making u voyngu round the
globe, then followed a trying but tncri-
oriotis crui-e upon tuu i:oasi 01 Airica.
lu ids constant and varied K-rvlee. hu
again visited the eastern sea lu rom-
mind ol one oftliu slilin ot Commodon.'
J'erry'n Mdrhl-famed squadron Mhkii
Subjected Japan to thu iiilluenees
01 weteru civiiiation. .s a relaxation
from the uctivu toll ol innn-of-wnr dutv.
hu at onu time enmmauded u nomilar
packet bet M'eeii Panama and San l-'raii-
cl-to. lu the civil Mar he won distinc
tion by tlicencrgy with which he coin
butted all whom he met Iu nrrav against
his Hag, and by the charity of his con
duct and eonver-atioii toward his then
Iratu brethren of the south. Following
tho cessation of activities, ad
miral, then Captain Collins, Mas ap
pointed to tho command ol thoSacrameii
to, steaui-hln-of-war. and sent on an In-
dependent cruise against the pirates of
tuu t-iiina seas, lie win ou long remem
bered bv our northwestern neonlc as thu
(illcleut li-'ht-housu Inspector for tho
lower hikes from 1ST 1 to 1S7-I. In Juno
ol the latter year lie was with the rank ol
rear 'admiral assigned to tho command
which he hist held. This is but
nn imperfect outline of Admiral
forry-omi 1 c.it lii"wrJ"im,rylce, Jr
urunii Hjimr, aim an Honest man III
everything. He wns .llsilngulshed in
iui:iiiusi. servicu 111 uio iinlvcr-u for
accurate, i.-elul and extended Iniorma
M ' n,n ijlforpcr.oiiaI and oflloial integ
rlty. 'I f) the- bereaved widow, nod to
the. four noble sons of this mo,t woitlv
public WTvant, wo oiler our condolence.-,
assured that the sympathy oi the ser
vice and of the nation is also thcir.s.
I'eniMi-ojiil uml I'oImhIi.
If niosmuto, or other blooihueken
lest our skiplngrooniM nt night, mo
11 1 1-
COrh. a DOllle of thi nil of iH'iinvmv.Ml.
and these animals leave In great ha.ste,
nor will they return m long as the nir Iu
tho room i, haded m ith tlio funics of that
aromatic hci h. I f rats enter the cellar, n
Ittlo powdered potash, thrown lu their
holes or mixed with meal and .scattered
11 their rumviiy.s, never fails to drive
hem away. ( ayonno pepper will keep
1110 uuitery and storeroom free f'roui ants
and cockroaches. j lt mou-u makes an
entrance Into any part of your dwelling,
wt'inito a rag with cayenne. In solution,
and stuii it Into tho hole, which can then
be repaired Mith either wood or mortar.
-o rai op mousu will oat that rag for thu
purpo-c of opening coniinunlcatloii with
.ulepot or supplies.
10 Hours Saved I
Cairo (o Evansville in 7 Hours,
Cairo eft Vacon.es
Wu Cairo. . . . -Arrlvont
4:00 u. in.
IW.fl'T?.f',r Kvumvlllc HnvhiK Cairo
nut . T "" iianroiui t
I a in. .
it V"'e onneciinn in i
at Uirml, and reach
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"Y " other
M. II. UUOlJKlOli,
..en. l'uKeaKi.r aK(.
''miiiKiT Agent, Cairo,
f HESORIPTION IFREE.
JV i ,l'.0 JIVlY V1 "f .hcmlnal Wrukncaa,
nn i, ',lt11l,",,,100t " illiwiilew liroiiKhl
H" ,Ll!"",rn"0.n' or CXXB' Any DnigKlst
Dr. K. IIIWONACO,.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpilK UUhf.KTlN Is published every morning
(except Monday) In the llullctln llulldlng, cor
ner Washington nvcmic nnd Twelfth stitrt,
The ltutttTis Is served to city suluerlbertliy
f.dthflil carrier nlTtvcnly-rtvu Cents a Week,
imynblc witMj-. Ily Mail, (In ndrnncr), $tOcr
milium! sN innnUis, 0 llmo moiitiiii, 3 one
month, $1 '.'.1.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
l'utitli!i(il rrry Tliurel:iy mornlngiit 1 S3
pe annum, Inrnrlnlily in mhrnirc. Hie w.tiigc
on the WetKly will K iirrnnidnt this oltire, no
Hint jmIi-ctINt olitnln f.irn mibrctliitlon
lice of 1 n year.
tl .1 1 1, v .
t!nlne Cardd, erunniuii,...
One .iurv, one iifertion
One iusre, two m.iTtlm..
One inaiv, one wk
One muarr, two wks,
One npiiiie, thrte wrrks,.
One iqute, one month, .
.. i 10
.. 1 M
.. 4 (0
.. 6 00
Y K i: S I. V
One hi u.i re, tine Inerrllon,..
Knelt Mib;iti:cnt lii'irllcm,...
ty-One liidi la n iit.ire.
t3"l'o reul.iradrrtfiers weolTtrsuperloriii
iliicwiuiiH, bntli at to mte ot iJiarRia nnd nun
nercTtliilnjliiK their favors.
Commuulcattona upon subjects of Ken
oral iutarcat to tho public aolicltud.
Cl.ll llnln' I.eUern thuuMbeaddrwsiil to
1'itiro lliillelln Ciiiiiiiiih'.
Tho People's Remedy.
Tho Universal PninExt notor.
Note : Ak for Pond's Eztrnct.
Take no othur.
"Hear, for I will clu-uk uf xrelleut thlnas '
Injuries to Man nrlleusti,
I Fall, llnilxv)
Slriilif., .indris, Contu-
rriicliir.".. i uii, Ijicitu-
ti-l ir lncl?ii M'ouinli
Illi-cilitiir l. iiiis, nr
I Mt.l.tl..r lll...ul
'Sasi' lllf. il, ii ii. I
lii' i.iuin or 'li-clh
llli.s - uirii.,.. imi. -
llliiul IMIfrf. (liilallll.le )
mlKla, WHtlhit face
(SUH'ii.", or M)rnie,,
Ijilnl.nxn, Iimii' Din k
ISiir.' 1'ti roit I orOulnsy,
I InlUniil 'lonniM.
1 lis, AsIIiiiiii.
'S.ir.-or Inllaiiuil K(h or
I Dlarrlieu, lyntery
Sort- 'ltili-H, Iiillaiued
I'aliiful ur too i'rolii.-e
nilk l.cu-. Ovarian Dh
1 tia ami 'I unii,r4
Klilm-.v ' i In J ii I .
nCMCnV limi'nnil Slrrt!iiirv
ntmuui,,.!,,,, 1U1(1 j;4(.;)ri!l.
lions nt InraiiU, or
Vnrlrosf Vclut. I.n.
larked or InlLiiiiiil Vein
i:i'.-r. Old hen.,, fntfr-
..... inn Liirraiinni
A" llolln. (.-arhunrliM, Tu-
nrmTiTivT ""r, Hot hwellins
INTERNAL ' and IlunloiK, Lliat
, f-d or Sore I'tet.
vvnTi 1'liMliiB.,llarnenur Sad-
USE. ,., die
l i-Iiiii or Whitlow, Krost-
ji h. M fr H n .Wr f n
, fttluKH, Chapinil llamU.
IMI.MI'N KXTIt.Urr l rornilubyalt rir.
Mhhii ItriiuKiklK.und iiroiiiinejilcdhy
all DrujrKlxU, Thynli'laiis, uml i-trt-liiiil.v
wholiiiH cut ii,h1 it.
I'uinplili I roiitalnlni! Ill, lory and lTtpinul.
l rrie nii , iiiiplleiilloii, if not found ut your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
i... r i. !S,'M VorU uml I.iiiiiIiiii.
In Chancery Maitcr'i Ealo.
Slate of llliuoii, Alexuiider County )-ss
In thu Alexander County Circuit Com!,
William M. Alliciloii mid .lohu HodKei. v. .lohn
lloldi niitid .MarKaiit Wnlliire I'.irlitlon.
'rjtMII.lt nolieuii hereby jrlven tint Injun
.1. cuiiiiiii ol it dei'.rtu reniUiiil in the uhote
entitled cail-e, lu Mild cmrl at the .May term
thereof, A. I). Is?:., l,,lolin(. Ibiiiunn, mailer
in chaneeiy ofi-ald eoiinly, will nn 'linn-day
the Uiul day ot f-fjil miur, A. I). In'A, at the
hourol'i o'rloek p. in. ol Mild day, i-ell at uh
lie vendue, nt lliuroui t hoiite door In thucity of
Cairo, In mid rounly, tnc lolloHin' I'l ei-rfl.ed
real entale, to-wit 1 he foiith liall of tint noilli
eint qiuiler of section tuiNly-K'Viii (il), loun
Bhli lllli-eu (IS), Houth lilliKe, nillliher ,n (i)
eit of the till i il irlnrlial meridian. In the
county of Alexander and statu uf lllluoln, to
gether with tlie timiiicnU ami heiiilliaiiiciitit
lliiieunto Ih'IoukIuk or theieto iiierlalnlni,'.
Tenn of hali1 une-half auh in hand-li.il-iiiiei!
In one and twi jciuh, eiiial iayiiieul,
with al i-r eent. Intenwt ir milium llunon,
dil'ened iayinentlo bu ecuied by inorlKnK''
on the lUniM i'ty old.
Cairo, Illinois, Aiimut '.,:.lh, lb7,V
JOHN I). IIAIt.MAN,
Miibtcr lu Climicerv
MuiKiir J.:iiiili n, .'oniihi!nauU' Millcitm.
IS hereby Klveii that default haUnx been made
fur moiu than alxty dayu In Ihe payment of
ii portion ol'lhu uinount Hcuied tu bu paid by n
eerliiln inorlKairii exeeuted by .lanies.M Heerly
to William C. VVetluoie uml I'rcdeilek Town
eeiur, lulminlHlratorK, Ac. ol'Kliliii 'l'mviiniiil,
deceaued, dated .Inly ilh, lHll.iiud recoided iu
the recorder's olllcu. in and for Alexander conn
ly, iu Ihe state of llllnolx, iu book I., ou pauu
:i7, Ac , mid in llieolllce ol lliu ienl8ter ot'ileeiU
In tlio city of Cairo, in Mild county and State. In
book K of deedH, on paK fJ. Ac, We, the tin
derelKiieil, naid iiioiltfaRees, will on Saluidav,
thu elevenlli day nf September next, A I), ls"
lit 10 o'clock in thefoiciioou of that day, under
ami by virtue of Ihe. power nf mlc conialued in
Mild morlsaRer cell, at public unction, to the
hlKheat bidder, I'orcaah, at Ihe olllee ImitdltiK of
thu truklee of the Cairo City 1'ioiiertyat Ihu em
ner or Wiulilnk'tou uveniioaiulKlKlilwiillintreel,
in Mililrlly of Cairo, In Alexander county nnd
Slate of IliluoU, alt llicrlKht, title mid Inleieiit
of ealil JanieaM. llevevly. or his anftlena, In
and to lota numbcreil 13 (thirteen) uml II four
teen,) In block numbered;?.! (twcnly-nliie) in
until ,!ti' nfTntrn. iirrnnllliL In tin rrcorued Hint
theicof, Willi the nppurteiianrea, to batibly (he
iiiirnociind couditloii of mild Mortgage.
Dated, Cuiro, llllnolii, Amrustimh, Ml
WILLIAM C WKTMl'ItKi
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAINERS Oi'
DRUOOISTS' FANCY GOODS,
waa. riiuwriu iiin.i.&u.Lau,
"TK ollclt corre-pninU'iice and nnler frnm
UUcd Willi rrllutile liniYant teanilili. ii.li.
nr tom. in our linn MramiKinl, riui.tntloii
74 Ohio Lovoo.
Wood! Wood! Wood !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louin TraiiBfcr &
mi oruera lor wuuu unu uoni, ucnvorcci io anv pur oi tlio uity, at
tho LowoHt Cash Price. OFFICE AND YARD at tho Cairo & 8t.
Louis Narrow Gaugo Depot.
list oar ixixouj!a.
Wood, 4 foot, per cord Jit 60.
Wood, unwed, por cord 4 60.
Wood, nawrd and split, per cord - $6 00.
Coal, car lond. por ton ... -.'! 00
Coui, car load, slnxloton ili CO.
Coal, car load, ono-hulf ton ... .... j OO.
Leave ordetH nt'.V. M. Stocki1eUi',(12 Ohio I.uver, nt the Cryatal Saloon, torner
Sixth Htrcot and Commercial Avenue, mid at tho Company's Ofttco.
Order Solicltoil uml Promptly rilled.
F. IvI. WARD, Supt.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
2JT02RJE3ia-3NT j3.JNTI DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full st ok of
Monongah'ola, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY" ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
Great Reduction in
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
I.ii(rr Muck of Wlilto OoodH, Victoria Lawns, SwisH Marsaile. nnd n karice -tock ot
ItitJbonH. 'I Ills 1'iiliiii murk will 1m iilil nlMctuul rot. mid coiilliulc until It In closed out.
ml Ix-cimvlnciildi'l.ri'.il lUrtrnlim I 'I CltMS sl'ltlo'll.V CAall.
Corner Eigb.th St. and Commercial Ave
COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
DrtUKl'tf, 1'hyilclan ami (icnpml 5tore In wan
ami I nllllly .Mull
.illclne Caxa rumlahiil or i i
RETAIL 6c PRESCRIPTION
VaihlnortOD Av., Oor. 8th St.
Coal CompnnyiB ow propnrod to
OF DRY GOODS
f ir .""uli' nt