Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Cairo bulletin. (Cairo, Ill.) 1872-1878, September 17, 1875, Image 2',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
HttMBg Hatter on Kverr rnr.
- QMXKLTt, Editor
JOH A. I.OHA.
Gcncrnl Jolin A. Lognn delivered a
pccc!i nt n Itrpiihllcnn mnss mcctlnsr In
Denver, Col.. lnt Saturday. TJio l!cku
Mountain Xeif l'lUlicd It In flill.
Hou. W. W. Bntr, of Itcnton. llio pii.
.ii.it. who Intrrvicucl (lovcrnor Nov-
eridue on Uic Franklin county Ku-klux
MibjKi, win In Cairo this week, but left
for Atitm recently. He U one of tlie live
men of Franklin county.
rinr. to stop.
tVatterson and Noble continue to li.nij:
away at each other. Satire and repartee
Hvcry good very jrood, at times ; but
too inucJi Mtlro and repartee, and too
much Wnttrroii and Xoble, ain't very
that rr.i.i.nw rAXo.v
We met lto.it Oplni In tlio city to
.liv and he looks a? natural a lie did
"mnjany X of the. l!d Kentucky,
m,"amwl h, ton urvy'a old stemcrv
at CoUnnhti. He li.n lost none of Ills
i(cilltrj"n'"' I? a full of fun aevcr. He
tsr If has the fastest mule west of the
Tennessee river, and offer to lay a hi"
vtgtr on Id in at 2.V) yards. If ho will
brins him up to our lair we will run
John Oberlj ngaliit him a quarter.
M It require an aniiual of asinine
nullities, we would surest that J.cn
Faxon run airalnst Bent Ogclen's mule
provided he has untangled "them
A nixir.r hi;m, ror.ii:i.
It Is believed, in New York and Hus
ton, by people of the eye- lass and gold
jpeeucle class, that nothing short of war.
on a trranu scale, between tlie Lnlleil
States and sonic foreign power w ill hato
a tendency to smother or squelch the
Btcclicr fcandal affair. The irate Moul
ton is in paint and feathers for a new light
oa the old ground, because Mrs. Moulton
and hitn-elf have been nubbed by the at
tenuated, iH-rfumcd and sycophantic
members of l'lymouth, the only church
m the United States of America. He
nillnot agree to peace, and turns away,
nith a wave of the lund, all the syllo
gisms of the man of law, tiic theological
automaton, and the;"glory to God" silk
dealer who occupies the front pew.
When It come and come It w ill unless
averted by a counter calamity what an
infliction the English reading public will
hive to undergo.
For months past but little has been
heard of Bret Harte, who gained literary
Lime when "The Outlaws of Poker Flat,"'
"Heathen Chinee," etc., made their a
pcaranee in the United States. He rose
rapidly in public tavor, and was a pro.
nouna-d success. In the midst of his tri
umphs he 'wrote a lengthy tale entitled
"Mil's an Idyl of the Bed Mountain."
but It met with no marked favor. .Since
then he ha' been very quiet. All thi
time the genius that inspired him in
his poetical and prose labors,
was purring liirn on to grander
achievements, and while the
world was wondering wliat had
become of the luminous writer, he was
coaixiving and developing a tory of
California life that will startle the Amer
ican reader with Its graphic pictures of
life in the mines and the power of its
riot, the title of Bret Harte's new
novel b "Gabriel Oonroy anil will
commence In the November number of
..iin?r. The manuscript of this work
now in the hands of the publisher.
Bret ha- not been olf the literary boards
BEr.CIII'.K VH. MOII.TOX.
Thlsh what Beeclicr thinks about the
landing Milt bet ween himself ami Moid
Twin- Mountain Housu, Aug. 30.
Hlnclifc.ti-r Itrlttnu. Esn
. BtiuSir.: Your letter commending
w, attention certain considerations
t'nii rvtlltirtllf uli llio rt!m-
hwiiiv juii m itiiuiiii-ti iiim Mini-
lOal&tlll a'srilnc, f lntiltrin mill 1 r
wuon wasilulv reeelvei! .mid eonslilereil
1 liiHlk thnt il. vli.ivc l,lf.l.
you pre-cnt are sound and
"e it would seem to be
axiomatic that no suit should bo
rrlwlon!n which neither Individual
nor wefcty can hoiKj for benefit. Should
; ii in your ftutlier discretion enter a
fni .I!iroluI' 1 Mlevu "II right-thinking
cltiMm will regard your action with
approbation when made awaro of the
fwsons. Sincerely yours.
It may U-axiomatic but Frank Moul
wn can't understand what that word
hSLHodowitUthe suit brought against
ni'u by Bathe.
lie desires that tho
jfreat moral tliow shall again exhibit I
animals K an astonished and grateful
public lleecher can't pacify Moulton,
1 rnk Is a rare chicken, with golden gall's,'
and will light.
The recent disasters on Lake Michigan,
auf"iff the late fearful storm. In
hlclitbe two propeller., Mendota and
E1ulnox, went to pieces, arc causing a cry
ff an American Pllmsoll to protect the
tailors of the lakes. It 1ms been demon
"rated, beyond doubt, that both propel
rs were utueaworthy and stood on tho
"ting lUt B a, which means next to con-
""""""i' un vessels rating B 2 no In
the lakes are placid, are in aui
li-! "? U,4:lr llves. these vessels a:
IwwUnfcd the water's X' m.,
WMiiytM.X!S! -?;.,:r! a ul
practical tkll ! " " . "MUU":U arni to a youthful reporter of the
then. ,aa i,ii,c u ritr-joumal. at Hie city hospital,
an uilors a. uZ denied by friends. He called
lHmtk,. iv i... ... ' .', . l"iter a liar and
front, which tv"u Inau-ail nf 'ler.nau assaulted n reporter of a dally
ttawughUwwtw. V," , , , , ,tw" ? mwr' A l'"-K "d re-pectabln fumual
ble cytlpne swept oVtt , , . ... , , 'rrl' nccoinpanlcd the remains of tho alderman
the lltwtota was towhm to a cemetery next day.
wleldy barges, By great w- T,") nvllle (Mo.) .MecvtUtr, a
wereatUtWttoMierearotWi''1!'1 V,"'y ,)c,l,0Ctt'la paiwr, don't believe In too
Impedlng.iu progres, while t tui 'r' muiU JtH' lavls. It says : "Tho Fulton
time all tho power of steam anu u 'Mw'l''' calls Hon. Jeuersou Davis 'the
UUtiM were brought into play to torcJ moU fumtm of Hvlntr Amerlcniis.' Don't
thfOUfh tho water this immense ran natl ,hu U(!"tcfatlo press too heavy.
Two gtUve powers were thin working , l'art' u 01,co mo,c u Xutloal l""y.
one iiat the otber-the steam nnrt mTu B.? 'I "V i1'"1', Kwsp
ell ollt-d and tho Journey will be
screw propelling, and the tint-fronted
baiges retiring. Tlio remit was fatal to
tho rotten pmiieller. Huge waves washed
upon her while she was chained to the
contciidlug foa-cs, her arches gau way
nnd the Mendotu went to pieces, and the
dead bodies ol her once hardy sailors tire
now at the unreyolthe wave of Lake
'MTHIKI. RACK Ml MS."
The Chicago Tribune says the di-
patchrs sent by the fhalrman of the
Democratic State rommlttco of Mllip-
pl, to tho effect that everything I; quiet
in that State, are filler, anil ays tlie no
crocs must learn to defend themselves
nnd strike back. Any pertii familiar
with tho South, and tho State of lll.
Ippl and her atlnlrs, will know that for
vcar It wit" ronlilered dnngeruus tor n
white man. with lemocrnt!c prluelplcs,
to live in certain localltlc in
that Stale. It wa overrun
with bad nnd turbulent negroes,
who earned the lood that sustained them
through robbery nnd the price paid for
blood. All the negroes were not bad, by
any inran, for many of the old slaves ot
cruel maMcr, nfler they gnlnrd their
freedom, took hold of the plow and bar
row, and tilled the soil, and made good
citizens of themselves. But from the
cotton field;, and under tlie lah of the
overncr. armed with gun and pistol,
walked the negro who wanted to live
without work. He turned his attention
to the murder anil persecu
tion of while men, backed and urged on
by political poltroons nnd carpet-baggers
sent from the North to help the Badlcal
caue In Mississippi and tlie scenes of
murder, rape and outrages committed by
these dreadful men can hardly he enu
merated. Thousands of white people
were compelled to leave tho State nnd
hunt homes where negro rule, with its
terrible consequences, could not reach
them. '1 lu ti the white man commenced
to strike back and there are w hile men
down in Mississippi as bloodthirsty and
devilish as the worst negro, and Innocent
colored men ha'd to suffer with tlicgullt'.
The advice to the negro to learn
to strike back, will not do. Law should
be cnforced,and wo believe it can be done
without the aid of Federal bayonets.
Bad and law breaking white and black
men should be arrested and punished,
and protection given to the iniliitricui
and law abiding citi.en White or black.
United States soldiers would do no good
In Mississippi, and only serve to Incite
the negroes to unlawful acts.
i'he Illinois supreme court is in
sion at Ottawa.
The Kplcopal convention of the di
ocese of Illinois is in session In Chicago.
Members of the irginla 1'rcss As
sociation called on Mayor ickham, New
lork, at the city hall.
Tlie surface croppings of silver lit
Alaska indicate the existence of more
silver in the much despised northern pos
sessions than was eve r dreamed of else
The Chicago propeller Mendot.t that
went to the bottom ol Lake Michigan
recently, w.xs overloaded and readv to
tall to pieces from rotteness when she left
On tlie Ith in-t. Mr. Trawln, keeper
of the 1'a'saic lighthouse, Newark Bay,
saved eleven lives, a yacht had been
capsized and the lormer Inmates were
clinging to it bottom.
Tho board of trustees or Anbury
University met In Indianapolis on the
14th lust., nnd elected the Bev. Dr. Alex.
Martin, of Virginia, president of the uni
versity, vice Dr. Andrews, reigned. The
old faculty were reinstated.
The festival commemorating the
quadroccutcnnlal of Michael Augclo, in
Fioience, will last three days, including
services at tlie tomb of the great artist,
and the Inauguration of a monument in a
square to bear his name.
.IcHerson Davis received llltccn In
vitations to speak at diflcrcnt places
shortly after his arrival at Kansas City.
- j 1
nilii.. (aI.I. -a, .; .iMrw.t- ut.t-..c
brought on by unusual oratorical ex
ercises while in delicate health, he has
declined them all.
Mr. Yates, of the Charlottu 7JfmJC,
has been informed that the late Edwin
M. Stanton, Secretary of War under
President Lincoln, was a native of North
Carolina, having first seen the light near
Beaufort, N. C, and left that locality
when he was seven or eight years of age.
Prlnco Bismarck's daughter shows
the reckless disregard or consequences so
characteristic of her father. She has
been iKitrotlied to a man with a name so
long that limited space will not udmlt of
its being printed twice In the same paper,
and so iiiiprounccablo that only Aztec
nomenclature can rival it.
U is said that Old Bill Allen Is weak
ening physically, and his friends fear lie
will not be able to complete the canvass
In which he is now engaged. He still bus
faith in himself, however, mid with u de
termined .vill may endure more than
many men of halt his years. But It is
conceded that his llfo depends upon his
success In this cuinpalgu, for it defeat
would completely prostrate him, both
mentally and physically.
Mr. Long, of Louisville, a charity
attempted to hit him
wltli a chair. Long should bo careful.
U'u oncc know ol' n M,nllur casu ln an ad
UliK State to Kentucky where an nl
I Pflliitiil del Anof I Atn tttiil in
nn easy one ; hut burden tts too inueh
with that kind of baggage, and the rug
ged binds In Ohio can never bo surmount
ed, to say nothing of the mountains of
other Northern States."
Tl0 national convention ol lumber
men met' In Chicago Tuesday. The ntl
tlivss ol welcome was delivered by Sena
tor Ferry, of Michigan, who reviewed
the work of the association exhaustively,
and pointed out several directions In
which It could make itself more iiclul
than In the past. The advisability of
limiting tlie production of lumber, and
thus Increasing the prlco was debated at
considerable length. A proposition to
admit dealers hi lumber to membership
In the association was nUn made and
debated nt length.
The material reduction of tho usually
largo republican majority in Maine is n
subject of sad contemplation by the llatli
cals who counted on a majority of 15,000.
A It 1, the majority has been reduced
from 11,397 (last year) to less thaiio.oOO.
Senator Morton damaged the I'cpnbllcan
cause more than anybody eKc, unless It
might be Blaine. During hi campaign
ing speeches in the State he heaped abuse
on the Boman Catholics. Blaine's mother
was a Catholic, and he himself wns
brought up to that talth. But he went
back on his mother and lit church, and
the Badleal party in Maine were losers
(Jovernnr Amc, of Mississippi, tele
graphed that he was powerless without
the aid ol Federal troop? ; butex-Seiiator
Fcnse and Lieut. Guthrie telegraphed
to the Attorney General that abundance
of aid in quelling disturbances which may
arise is ollereo by all the good citizens of
the State. It is plain somebody has lied
in this .Mississippi matter, and from pres
ent Indication, nnd a Democratic stand
point, we think the carpet-bagger Ames
is the fellow. He Is one or the "bad
crowd" from the North that 'went into
Mississippi to steal and annoy good citi
zens. In hi ease we wouldn't advise
killing but kicking and a suspension of
his lirst name which Is Adelbert.
The Chicago Time says : "The fast
mall train over the Pennsylvania road
seems to have 'Scooped" tlie one which
is to come over the New York Central
and Lake Shore roads. It arrived in Chi
cago yesterday morning, on time, and
immediately delivered at tlie YVvif j olllco
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Washington papers ot Monday morning.
This is probably the quickest time ever
made between the .-eaboard and Chicago.
It is good beginning. The Timn hopes
it is but a beginning. What is next want
ed in this quarter Is fast early morning
trains westwardly, northwardly, and
southwardly from Chicago, In which di
rections there I not n road on w hlcli tlie
service is not disgracefully tardy and
slow. Will not Mr. Bangs wake up the
sleepy managers on these roads f
ONE OUTLAW LESS.
DE8PEKATE BATTLE WITH THE JAMES
Wo ii ml in anil 'lift I lire
to the Louisville detectives reports the
wounding nnd capture of one of the men
....... V:.,-. .... ..... .t ..f x-..
who reeeiiuy runueu iiiu iiuiuimj;iuih
Bank of 10,000, in day light. The de
tectives state that the capture was maile
at Pine Hill, Kentucky, by two res dents
named Dillon, during Tuesday night. It
Kevins the four mun who committed the
robbery In Huntington were pursued into
Kentucky, news of their tllglit being tel
egraphed ahead of them every day, with
instructions to eirccuUieir capture. On
Tuesday word was received at Pine Hill
that lour robbers, supposed to belong to
ttie.iamcs-i ounger Dami, were near mat
place. The two Dillons armed them
selves and sat up at night on the look for
the outlaws. At Vi o'clock tour men
were seen by the Dillons coming toward
their home. They opened the noor and
uxkeil wliiit wis wnnieil. flnlv twn men
were now seen, and without "answering
they tired on the Dillons, without injury.
rue miois were returned, aim
oxk outlaw rr.u..
At this luncturc. the two other out
laws atmeared in the rear of the Dillon..
firing as they approached, but without
injury. The Dillons then retreated to
their home, lirimr ranldlv as thev did so.
A dozen snots were nreu, anu wnen an
was over tlie three men nau ucu, icav
inir their companion. wlioe ai-
nenranco answers to the description
of Cole lounger, the Missouri outlaw.
Tlie people of Pine Hill nnd Livingston
are very iiiucii excueu over ine uuair,
and are scouring the country armed to
tlie number ol sixty. I lie wounueu man
refuses to reveal his name or anything
concerning his companions. He was shot
through the right ureast, ami tiiougu
told he was dying, would not disclose
anything to lead to the Men
of hltmtll or friends.
IV HOT I'UJiSUIl
I'hu Cuurier-Jburnal'g latest advices
from Pino Hill report u posse of men In
pursuit of the robbers. Klghty shots
were tired nt them last r ridav moriiiuir
In Owslev county, but thev escaped, and
on arriving in Clay county stolo fresh
horses, ami continued their want, 'liiey
were again overtaken on buuday, in
Jackson county, but tooK to the timber
Cincinnati. O.. September 15. A ills
natch from New Orleans savs that In the
town of Milton, Fla., uliiu miles above
Pensacola. the entire population of which
is lilly-tour, there are thirty-three eases
or yellow fever, eleven oeing luiai. At
West Pascagoula, one hundred miles
from New Orleans, there are seventy
cabes, and fifteen deaths during tlie past
Mkmi'iiih, Tcxn'.. Hepterrtber 15. Per
sons who reached here from Tallahatchie
county, Miss,, this evening, state Ihnt all
is unlet, and anncti nouies, ootu macu
mid white, have dispersed. Johnson, i
ncirro. who Is chanred with havlnir iustl
gated the negroes to arm ami go to r riar
sou's store In u body. Is In lall at Charles
ton. -Nowiiero is trouuiu iipprencnueu
ITXX Woodstock envelopes nt tho
uri.i.ivriN ouicu. uu per m.
For three days, lime at low prices, In
barrels, by Jno. B. Phlllls & Son,
Lime at lowest prices at Jno. B, Pliilll
John Antrim Is now in New York, lay
ing In a stock of Fall nnd Winter goods
that will excel any thing ever brought to
this market all of the latest styles of
ready-made clothing I" ,ne Hest goods.
The best line of cloths and Casslmcrcs,
the largest assortment of hats of latest
patterns, and everything ele, can now
bo found at hi store on the levee.
A cook innn preferred. Apply nt tho
BIG IXDrt'KMI'.NTS OFFKHF.D
IN C1GABS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWPF.BTHWAIT v PHILLIPS'.
I tTrilioiicr Heir at (leore l.attncrV
Saloon, bu Cniamcni.il avenue, bclwecu
Fifth au.l Sixth rtreef. u-?-tf
twX llag"sTock envelope at the Bn,
Un ix of1lce,Sa 2.1 per L
lSH'lliencr IlecrTt (Iroe UttucrV,
Saloon, on Commercial avenue, between
Fifth ami Slvth street.
low ill. n llitnrv. nt J. II.
AOO0 envelopes, nil grades and price,
Jut reeelved at the Bi'm.ktin oh olllco.
Mine, I. Imp,
100 b.invls of lime, best qualltv. for sale
at low-flown figures at Jno. B. Vhillis A:
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy reilcf for young men from tho ef
fect of Krrors and Abu-es in early life.
MarilmD'l reitorcd. lnipeiliiiii:iits tu Jfar
rlme removed New method of treat
m nt. New and rcmarkaljle reincdle".
Hooks anJ ClnnUrs sent free, In denied en-velojic-,
A'Mrc-s Howard Association.
41!' N. Mutli M., I'lilla-idlila, I'a.-an In tl
tuiion hailiii; a hlijh reputu on fur honor
able conduct and professional klll.
THE miY BULLETIN.
rpilK llt.'l.l.urix isiiulilliihiilevtryiiioruins
(cic. it Moii'Uir) in the llullclln UuIIdiuK, cur-
ucr Wtnngtitn mumc ami Twelfth etntt.
Tub llcLLiiis li scrvol to city siilwcribersby
fultlifal carrlr rs at Twcnly-l'lTi- Ceuls aWttk,
ajiible wckly. IlyJIall, (In ailruncr), 910 jkt
milium; l month', $S; time months, V3; one
month, tl 'J.i.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
J'ul.lij'.el ercry ThiuinUy moniinitat 1 2"i
pc nnnnm, lnTarluhly la a'Uance. Ihepoiucr
on Ihc Wtkty will b prepaM ltl ". '
that diilmcritiers will obtain for a subscription
rlc of 1 yr.
I!tilnt Curilf, tirr annum KJ on
One nqiiare, one nH'rtloQ,... 00
One 'uare, two insertloni 1 M
One tqiuirt, ouc wwk .'. 2 M
One square, two wtvka 3 Ul
One equal, tin wecki,. 4 uo
One tqute, one month, S on
W B K K I. Y .
Oue square, one Insertion ..! 00
Each ub3quent lnrtlon 10
EJOne Inch Is a square
Q"To regular adu-rllH-ra we(inVruicrlorln-
ilurementa, both as to rate ot charge anil man
ner of ilHplayliiK tlu-ir Unn.
Cotmnunlcatlona upon abject of gen
eral interest to the public aolioited.
J3"A11 lluilneis I'ttera r houhl I wldrrsscd to
Cnlro llnlletln ('oiiipany.
NORTH SIDE OF 1UUUTU STUEE'l
Between Washington and Oommorclal
Oorner Blslxtla. Mtroet,
W1C, WBTZBX, PreiiiUtor.
A i'ltUSTY Vfatch kt)t siKut and day for
The lett of tccomiaodatlona for trantlent
wxnm i i-wo uollara vet cut. a-is-ir
Pho People's Remedy.
Tho Universal PnluExt notor.
Note: Ask for Fond'a Extract.
Take no other.
"Hinf for I will iii:ik of rxccllfiit llilnsl '
r " FOR
litjitrle In Man or limits,
i Fnllt, llrnl'ts
Nlrnlim, spnilu, (.'nnlu-
rrnrtiiren, Cuta, Iirera
tiil nr luclsrtl Woliuil
Uu ..111...... , . 1.1,
Itlerillnic I.iiiikh, cir
.Viinn lllPi-il. ami lllcnl-
fin; liunn or Teclh.
VHf-n - lllccllnir I'llcn.
Illln.l I'IIm, (InfnlllMe )
rnlRla, Hwrllnl Kaw
u.1!? welling orSiiiriitsa,
INtliriipus nr iSorrncM,
I l.llllllinsn. liiln. llnrL-
1 ll, Awlhuiii.
Sure nr Inflamed
I jm .r
.Sore .Mpple. lnil.iine.1
mi: I'Mlnriil or loo I'lYiHin
i Month Hi.
nrnPI F'Q Hilh i.vg. Ovurlan Dlv
tmJ it w and Tiinnini
DCMPnV Omtel and Mraiiwiry.
n.rvl-.UT, ( iHttiiiKH ami llxcorM
lions of Inr.inH, or
Vrleoe Vein, lln
I'li'i'i-i. Old )T-, Inter-
. , lial LIcer.illoni
Uoll,, unhiinchM. 'In-
mors, Hot sui'llliu."!
INTERNAL -'ri.i unit llunli.n, thai
"l or Sore Keel
mm il'lnilliisi.llarnejor "ad
TJSE. t UK' l.all-t
Teloii orW'hltlou-, Fn,
nl Limbs or I'art
.Hoiiillo llllrn. Iiinxi
Sllnp, Clia)iMi llnnil,.
I'OMVN i:TltA l-H forsaleliynll l'lrl.
Cliift llriiKKloli. anil itt'oiuiiip.eUilliy
ull (IruvrKUlt, 1'hyiicUtn, amt vwry
Imilv ulio him ncr ii(,l it.
1'iuiiplilel eutainln 1 1 Ii lory nml t'rra mail
ed Invon npiillcatlon, if not found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
ViirK mill l.omlon.
In Chancery Maiter'i Sale.
Stale of llllii'.'U, .Mt.viiiiler Counly .
In tho AIi auimIi'I' ( oiiuty ( itvult ouit.
Willi Jtn M. Alhvrtoii mi. 'I -lohn llmlties V,. John
lloluin aul .M.-iruixt W ul!m'u-l 'urtltlon.
IJL'lILK noliicl, liHiehy nhi-n lint Iniiin
uanreof dirri! r 'nilrn.il In Hie k
rntitkil eau-e, In ail c.urt at the May term
llimol, A. I. l-'j. I, Jolin',' llarmau iiu-ter
In chamtry offalil count), Hill .n 'Ihurnlay
lliciird Uv il' .-(plenilHr, A. 1. I71, at the
hour of-' o'clock i, m, of rai'l ilay, tvll ai pub
lic mtliie, nt the court lioucilooi in Ihccityof
Cairo, In naiil county, t'e following eacrfb'l
li-al i-.'Uitc, to-wlt I lie xiulli halfoflhe north.
eat nualtcr of M-ctlon tuiiity-irten U'), toun
ship uftctn (!."), south ninp', nitt.iliir two U)
weal Ol 111? lllllil iriuiijKi iiicrnuuu in utc
county of Alcanlrruiil slatuof llliuoiii, to
P thtr with the tvneuunts ami hmilltaiu nt
thcminto licloncInK or thereto a)XTtaliiliu;.
Tcruw of .-ale wm-half caih In luiml hat
ami' in one ami tw jear equal iaymcntl,
with l jut cent. Interest nrunniim lln n oii,
ilffcrrnl mjiiicnl to 1- ti-cuinl hy inorlKa'e
in lie' nroia-riy om
aim, Illinois, Ati'nM i.lli, INT
lntrr in Clminrn
Llnifar .V. Lau-'l- ii, oiii)laliinnt4' iUrilr
Evansvillc, Cairo and Memphis J
Steam Packet Co.,!
Faducah, Shawnoctown, Evans
villo, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The initialled jirtcrrhcvl ih-amer
I), U. KowLtu - Mailer.
Ku. It. Tiioma Clerk.
Will Uve Ktansvlllle for Cairo every MONDAY
audTIIUUNUAY at4 o'clock ) rn.
Leave Cairo every TL'KSDAY and KltlllAV.nl
0 o'clock p. m.
The f levant alclc-whn 1 Mntmei
Has lIoK'Ahii Matter
WALTKIl 11. 1'KMMNnTO.V ClerL.
Will leave Kvansvllle fvr Cairo i uy 1 IJKS-
HAY anil Kill 1) A Y at o'clock i. in.
Will leave Cairoevery WEUNK-iDAYimdHAT
Ultl'Al aino'ciocK in ,
The elejrant Hide-wheel iltanier
I-ave Evanvile for Cairo every WIJDN'IIS-
DAY nml AATUItAUV at ft v. in
leaves Cairo every lllUltsDA Y und Sb'XDAY
at o i. in.
Kach Ixiat nukes close Hoimectloint at Cairo
with llmt-i-laos eteamerafor hi. Louis, Mem-
llili uml .New urleatu, anu at l.vausMlle with
hcK.AC.lt.il for ull nolnts Norlh ami K-Mt.
atnl with the Louinvillo Mail steamer forall
iiolnla ou the Unper Ohio, KiviiiK throUKli re-
ceipin on irt'ixui
i und lusn'iigcro to alt )iint.
l'or furtlier Inforiiiation anidy to
SOL. SILVKIt, 1'unn'iigi-r Aneul.
I. M. HIII.I.II'S, jAhinl-.
Orlo (i .1 (JliAMJIKlt.
Huitrlnteudeut and Gvuerul KielKlit Agent,
lu-a-.-U'iy. i.vaimviue inoiaua.
m STTMMFlTv. t
Prices to suit the Times.
Wholesale Pigttros, but No Credit I
Mrs. O. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & Gholson's
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
HATS, Ilonnctn, Klowern,B, Laeei, IlihhoNH.
HIlkH, Velvets, Ties, Itiichlngrt, I'ortetK,
KldGlove.H, Hosiery, Woratcda,
Alo tlie "Ladles' Dress lit form'
And all the new ilylea of tiiimulng Sllka fit'
Bprlng and Siuiiraor.
OTlieao goodt will lioeoldat wry low Ok
nrct, for CASH nnd CASH ONLY. I-Il-Wtf
PAINT ANDtOIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS, COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES. SOAPS, COLORS, OILS!
TUBE COLORS, DYiS STUFFS,
VARNISHES. ETC., ETC,
Wi: soiled r irrr jion Irnrenml onlirs from IhiiirgHM, I'iiyjtrtans and OcnTnl Store In wan
of KOOli In our line Mi-.lllltmt. l'lnnlnl m nml I aiinlv Mnllclni f.'a f imllhol or . .-
(lllfl with reliHlile lira- nt wouahlc rates
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
74 Oblo Levee,
Wood ! Wood ! Woo d !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tlio Cairo & St. Lotila Trnnsfor & Conl Coinpunyis ow prepared to
Ull orders for Wood nnd Coal. Delivered to nny par of tho City, at
tho Lowest Cnsh Price. OFFICE AND YARD at tho Cairo & St.
Louis Narrow Gauge Depot.
Wood, 4 foot, por cord
Wood, Biiwod, per cord
Wood, saw-rt und npllt, per cord
Conl.cu load, per ton
Coal, car load, ninKl J ton
Coat, car load, ono'half ton
LeKVo ordoru nt "., M. Stockfl'th'M,02 Ohio Lcvoe. at the Crytol Saloon, corner
Blxth btrootnnd Coruinorcial Avunuo, und at tho Company'a Ofllco,
Ordora Soliclteil und Promptly rilled.
F. M. WARD, Supt.
JA3 IS.IiAlTS, Sso'y & Troas.
F. M. STOGZFLETH.
L Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors.
G2 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full Steele of
Monongahela, Rye and Kobinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KKLIi ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
Great Reduction in Prices;
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Table Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
l.imc .StoaofWhltnaoodn, Victoria Lawna, Swiss Maraalle., and a Lnrce Stock ol
Rtbbona. ThUi-nllte itock will be old utuctual cut, and continue until It It closed out. .!.
lid lieeonvineedoPJreat ll.irifalii ! TCItM-s ftTltl'TLY CVbll.
Corner EigJatb. St. azxd Commercial Av
PtETAIL Sb PRESCRIPTION
"ahtnor Av., Cor. 8th S'
OF DRY GOODS
f ,,r Sale nt