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Alcorn, of MlMlwIppl. wy that the no.
Jlotu pwdonlnir power cxcrclnrt by
a hit rtlca-H-d the roost Itifiimous
mlnil In tlM State, and put prcmU
into, an,! U.at Adclbcrt A.ncs
gutd all the offices In the State with
,l,kTr4 and plunderer. '
Saturday October 2d, U the day set
apart tor observing thu funeral cvrcmo
Bk of the lamented Commoner, Andrew
john.on. The day will be generally ob
Krrctl in Nashville, the capital of the
State. At dawn of day thirteen guns will
be fired; and afterwards, at Intervals of
thirty minute., between tbc rising and
Kttlng of the sun, n single gun ; and at
the dwe of tlie day a national salute of
thlrty.sevcn guns. Business In the city
Till be t impended from ten In the morn
lafttothrcclntliccrcnlng. A procession,
with catafaln.uc ; decorated wagons con
taining gW representing dlflerent
SuteJ, dressed In mourning
Tennewee occupying a prominent posi
tion and robed In deep black; relatives
of Ante Johnson, the governor of
Tens-0 ani other officials of the State,
Babrf of Congress, city officials, ora
tor of the day and executive committee,
CocroiD'-krie Kulghts Templar and
other Masonic bodies. Odd Fellows,
Ksifbts of Tytlilas and other benevolent
mi Kiil organizations trade and tne
ckmkril organizations, military bodies
eiditci In carriages, clll-ens on horse
iaci. fiuKCJ on . foot. As the proees
OMtaovti through the street, there
Q iris j of guns and tolling of bt'll?.
Ttocttsi ct the people of Tennessee
wCI jvi: Xifirllle on tins id of October
tobceoribe memory ot tlwlr greatest
The Vlctsbrg Btnli. a live Ii::e pa
per that if galssg cocsklcrable notori
ety on account of a jouy cuss woo xnu
toon jto'"' thin for want of funny mate
rial, say : "The best joVe of the season
cosxsfrwa that hlgh-souled and hlgh-bar.tdpv-riot,
Col. Jno. Forsyth, of the
Mo BtfjAtr. He speaks of James
LoV AVm, the big windy of the ltth
century, is th 'lift bowtr ot Ames I' If
windy Jim hi cot Uen 'Oft,1 we do not
know the Beanie? of the word, lie has
been 'UfT to badly that the hand of res
nrreciion will be unable to reach him."
Weliketbe7niW, and we once knew
John Forsyth, but we can't tee anything
txeroaitingly funny in that Joke; and if
Alcorn U left anywhere, it U in a very
high position In the United States gov
trtK&tot. WUvly Jim and the Avalanche
sotattitats pa: their philosoph
ical heads tosttber and then there
is a tioppln? over of Jim, and the country
is treated to a big talk tliat would hhamc
a Slonx orator nhtn telliDg about bud
supplies. Oa an occasion not remote in
the annals of the States ol Tennessee and
MUiissIppi. the AxaUneht H-nt dowu Into
the litter commotmealih a lightning re
porter, who wa a lover of hot Scoteli. to
report a speech to be made by Alcorn.
DivW. for that is a part of his name, be
ing a genial fellow, tilled up with hot
punches, ami neglected the speech en
tirely, oat sent on to his paper a speech
that astonished Windy Jim to Mich nn
extent that Jim hoarded ti train and
ttarted.wlta Ire In his heart.f.ir Memphis.
Before he reached that city he met the
clever man from the shores of Scotia,
and talked war talk. Windy Jim saw In
stantly how matters stood and was satis-
tied with a correction. Since then Jim
and David, the hilarious reporter (a short
hand novelty), and the otner David, lead
ing editor, and the colonel, have been on
Sood terms, and that nccounts for the oc
casional outbursts from the model South
ern statesman and political buzzer.
said that after the most thorough Investl
(ration tlio thrcc-tect gauge has heea
adopted In the United States. This so,
cures the largest strength In tlio mate
rials, ample magnitude In the cars tor nil
umUvidttblu bulks and weights, and the
best AvcragR utility of lire surface and
steam power In tho locomotives. In prac
tice all these roads arc proved to yield a
speed equal to all reasonable conditions
of commerce, nud In safety far excel the
THE BBASrVt. SDir
Galveston, lying on a sandy waste, cut
of! from the mala land, has been taught
a fearful lesson hy the recent storm. But
these same lessons were taught her years
ago, ana yet Her citizens when the sun
shines and balmy breezes cause the orange
ami ng tree to uenu, nud the varlecated
oleander to nod, rest calmly like tho lotus
eaters, singing songs and makintr money
Men of science, as they looked out nt the
rolling waves of the gulf, tho white-can
ped fronts of which seemed even with
the foundations of tho houses of tho city,
influenced hy n stiff south wind, have
said "There is danger In that direction
A cyclone will scud those waves Into
your streets and across to tho main land,
ami when it return., driven hack bv tlio
- i -
com aiorms irom me north, your
nouses and fam.lics will be
pitched into the Gulf of Mexico, and tho
very sand under your feet melt like 'loaf
suirar. Build a levee : it will save you. '
The Gentile and the Jew. Intent upon the
sale of their goods, nnd dallv specula
tion, replied: "We cannot afford It.
We are now paying for the laying down
of pavements, the building ot our espla
nade, and rcpajrs to our streets." Xo
storms were raging then, and tho scien
tific inan, who saw danger hi thu white
caps of the gulf, had to take a back scat
and wait patiently for the angry waters to
play theirstormy part,cxhaut themselves
and tali back into the arms of the Allan
tic. It came, and creased the beautiful
city with gullies ; upset Its houses, tore
away its railroad bridge-, ruined Its
splendid wliart. retarded the im
provements at the breakwater, and
destroyed human life. The man of
science will now come to the front, speak
his piece, labor hard for weeks, present
a plan to save the city In the future, then
be gently kicked out and called a hum
bug and schemer. Xot only has Valves-
ion suffered, but down on the coast, to
ward Mexico, ludianola. a town built
out on a sandy point, was literally over
turned by the tierce waters that tumbled
from the gulf into the usually quiet little
bay. It was not merely exciting In the
town ot ludianola, but tragic, and dead
bodies of women and children lay in all
the strange attitudes of death, partially
imbedded In sand, or crushed beneath
the weight of houses; and all along the
white sandy shores of the bay the victims
ot the storm were stretched dead and use
less. Theu Matagorda, always under the
eye of passing steamers, a bright spot on
the low coast, was entirely lost. And
further down thu coast, on a
point ot MuUtforda Island, the town of
Saluria was injured to an extent not yet
madupupllc. A chain of Islands extend
along the gulf shore from Mataarorda to
Biazos St. liigo, or Point Isabel. These
islands may have saved towns built in
land like Corpus Cliristl. One ol these
long strips of sand guards Laguua del
Padre from the waters of the gulf, and
perhaps broke thu force of the storm, and
saved the residents along that sparely
fccttlcd rcjrion of Texas. Northward,
along the cost from Galveston, the wlnU
and waves raved with fury and fatal ef
fect. The story of this coast storm has
only been commenced, and when a full
and authenticated account is received, wc
may expect a tale of disaster and death
without n parallel.
FROM VIENNA, ILL
I II I H I I I
WtiUkjr Nellrr Intl-lrtJ.-"oftl In
I'ora :rftt. -fall Urn The ifnrlter
KnrkCHrtnll contested Ulvctlun
Vienna, Illinois, Sept. 23, 1873.
IXDICTKI) WHISKY SKLI.KUS,
EDtrou Uulletin : - i'liero Is not much
ol interest transpiring In this county just
now. Lust week our county court was
In session, and there was somu excite
nient among the whisky dealers, a good
many ol them having been indicted for
selling whisky without license. Some'
of the parties indicted fearing the result
of n trial at home, ntked formal obtained
changes of venue. Several ol these eases
were sent to Cairo, others to Saline
county., nnd one or two to Massac. One
individual, a Dr. Spcasc, of Sanbourn, In
this county, toed the mark, plead guilty
ami was sentenced to twenty days im
prisonment in the county jail. This Is
the first iutuucc in this couuty where a
person has been imprisoned lor mi offense
of this kind under thu new
liquor law, which went into
force on the first of July. 1871.
Johnson county is developing n goodly
number of coal deposits. Wo now have
mines In operation at three ditlurcnt
points- Sanbourn, Tunnel 11111 and New
Ilurusides. Of the quality of the coal ob
tained at Sanbourn I am unable to speak ;
but Tunnel Hill nnd New Iturnsides coal
Is said to bo far superior to the Saline
county, or llnum Station coal. Air. John
Dupont Is the proprietor of the New
llumsldes mines, and is now delivering
coal to parties here by the ear-load nt
twelve cents per pttshel.
THE TOnACCO and coiin chops.
The tobacco crop of tills couuty was
never before better, nor half so large,
and should the frost "hold oil" for ashort
time longer say one week the great
bulk of It v ill be taken care of in good
condition. The tobacco grown this season
is of excellent quality, and will be sure to
bring good prices when marketed.
The corn crop will be good, Iwtli n to
quality and quantity.
Politically there is no excitement here.
Probably people are too much occupied
with chill nnd lever to pay attention to
politics. The olllees to be filled this tall
arc those of county treasurer and collec
tor, and surveyor. For the former there
are some six candidates, hut as it has
been determined to have n scrub race,
and allow as many as choo:-c to enter thu
track, not much interest is being taken
in the contest, except by the candidates
themselves and their particular lriunds.
For surveyor no one has yet been an
nounced. THE CONTESTED ELECTION CASK.
The Ilarker-ICuykendall contested elec
tion case will in all probability be dis
posed ol at the term of thu circuit court
to be held In December next. O. A. Har
ker, Ksq., and A. J. Kuykendall were
opjKMug candidates at the election m
'73 for County Judge, and of the votes
cut Ma). Kuykendall had a majority of
one. Of thu fact that u large number of
Illegal votes weto cast there is no doubt,
and it Is also certain that a very decided
majority of those illegal votes were cast
for MaJ. Kuykendall. The contest ex
cites considerable interest. Lex.
sand Odd-Fellows in regalia were In the
procession, embracing flltecn subordi
nate lodge nnd encampments, twelve
bauds of music mill lour companies of
uniformed patriarch1!, with thu grand
lodge and grand euenniiinieulof Indiana,
together with the meinliers of the grand
lodge ot (ho United States, nnd visiting
past ginnd officer of other states' Juris
dictions, In fifty carriages, also participated.
Still Further Particu
lars from tho Gu f Coast,
Mexicans Plunder tho Dead and
Tho Body of Will Blount Found
List of Dead on San Jacinto River
New Oiileana. Sept. 21. A dispatch
fr.Mn Sabine mtv. l.i.. rcnoris that nl ir,.
submerged, wiiti great dun go to p tqivny
resul Int.. One or tun Mianitrs In the Inki
were, wrecked, t ue p.v-ciucrH mid crcwa ct
'1 no tonn all along tlio coait was fenrful.
Jinny tcs-pi wer wrvCKcu. unc, the ship
iimnan. .civ vorK t inuiunola. wrnt
a'uorc lirtceii mile wert orthe pvecr, and
imioiai wrecK, mc i rew croipitig oy re
malulnif in the rlir'lre twelve hnnm.
A gentleman from t c jetties rcpor "that
iiits '.-nic till-Kf lusicu 1-iKiiL 1IUVP, fk' II SwepT
awnv lifted! hundred fret
I which htil been ln ed In poMtlon re well
ai iwcniy ur un i nic. tub total Inas
win not vxivcti u wo. 1 he men were dc
byeil in their work ten dnyi.
'three men. sun Ivors or the Indtaunl.i
Hater. arrived hero to-nlirnt. mil n 11.
Armed to the lullent extent the repuri ol the
torm there, and uljn a harrowing ace unt
ol the report i f tho destruction of Hie nnd
property, -iney r port nlo three octtle
menu near lii'lunnla, nuinbcritr. l2A-oul
entirely wa.hed away. !), hcrihliitf the
Mt-ne at Imli.inol.1. Up y mj- t vj lieart
rene In?, i) boiilr h hvr'mr been found up to
tho tune thev icit. .MomiHy uiternonii, lew i work. and. what Is tlll
of whom ciuld Identified, tlv I w,,,Ktnnii, whm is un
to torn nnd mutllutrU hy being daIe;(l
asnlnt I illen honors hy the wuve.
"t)urln;t e height of the storm Thu-.day
ntgfit Hie wat r in the city roso six Teit in
two hour, the hIihI blowing ut the ratu of
a inuo an nour, unvmc tho current f.i,,.
nt fllA Hit.. Al lU'u Vrt n lf..vt.. II.. . .... 1 '
lionr. S mo boillcs were washed (our (o
imio ii otii uie city, ami vcio fun
THE ODD FELLOWS.
For three days, lime nt low prices, in
barrels, by Jno. 11. 1'hlllN &Suu.
E,oiil Herbert linn IMI.HKMIIM.
JTlleener Beer at Ocorifo l,ailner
Saloou, nn Couiinerctal avenue, between
Klfth and Slxili strccta.
It There Is quite a revolution1 in both
dry goods and clothing since Ueltbron &
ei) came to the city.
55 Dr. Sherman, thu great Special
ist. fjO!) North Slxili street, has gained an
envluble reputation in the speedy manner
in winch lie treats nil chronic dlieases.
Seu advertisement for his great Syphilitic
bradleittor, Indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. Ii-18-lyr.
.1 Iture 4'limiei'.
Tho Western Tennessee Agricultural
nnd Mechanical Association, of Jackson,
Tennessee, will hold their Fourth Annual
Exhibition on the 2Cthto30tli of October,
IncluMve, 1S75, at which tlinu there will
bedallysaleiof stock, agricultural hn-
pleinent, etc., making it one of thu most
important meetings ever held in the State
Mrlng your stock ami implement.
Jno. V. Kr.mi, I'rctdcnt.
Tnos. Claiik, Secretary.
Wkoleiala Mil lUtall
PAINT AM) OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
Jfioir! lave you seen thu good calico dress
you can get by calling nt Ifellbron &
Well's, 112 & IU Commercial avenue.
J. Nelilexliitfer, riiuloicriiplier.
on Kljilitli street, between Coinmerelnl
and Washington avenue", is now pre
pared to make tho-e beautiful new nie
rOUl'IlAlTS GLAC IW,"
and rejectfully invites the elllen of
Cairo and the public In general to exam
ine and jirlec Ills work. They will find
thcM- picture equal to the ln-t ol Kastem
better, a great
deal cheacr than what they are made
for anywhere in the Tiiltcd .Suites They
are within the reach of all. Call, look at
and price them before you k) anywhere
It will pay you to do so. '.l-l'J-tt.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE GRAND LODGE
OK tUH UNITED STATES.
Ten Tlinimniul 0.1il fellow In I'ro.
Indiana i'oms. kept.
a gang oi
Who cut tho linden Iromihc hamlio' t'ic
drowned 10 tc rini". n d otherwl-o inutU
a ed the bod e. Citizens hcarlu,' lid a
l trol wa fentnttt, cugli tne .Mcxl
etn at their devilUli work mid shot live of
them dead in the i-pot.
When your correspondent' Informant
left India, ola th -urvhon lliern li.din t
cnoug'i al iii at and crackers (al fo pr -
felon which wa. 1, f) to lait tl.em two
d i c, uud we ro llun eo k ng meat in .he
NKWS VIA iALVn8TO.V.
Ualvkiton, l' xa, Sept. Cup'oiu
Peter r turned from the stcam-hlp An
tra I au reports tin tlio eelllein tij feet
ol water It win require much tim and
great espcne lo tret iier float.
'Ihnbdjot Will Blount, who was Imt
with Ur I'crt, wa lound yest rdjvne.ir
the light th pln ihn hirbor. Six iiodic
wer liilind at illffo eft point in tho Imv
) c-terday .Nearly a 1 Iho hodle urn bciui
I lekcil up which li ie tloat-d up the Iny
at sh al point. 'I h hiojt .Velljr vco' y
hcli'x ii r Minerva. nd fcooi cr Am s
Mull-ton arc lilh and dry nt Wilcov point,
sohofner Adelaide a-h-rc on high prouud
at Kdtva'il' po nt. The ihr c tna.nd
schooiier Chr nilun will pri,:u total Inri
i'i om all nf'irina ion wc cither ihenio-m
orcyel n app a h to have taken n it
course a belt of country come to ml es In
width fro n tnc north oi ti.n I I nd mten
ing t th-. nott i of II iirton. The h ril utic
si!t t over thl eni re section ol th eoit to
tho wet nf Indluuola into the pulf. (' -v
ton was o iho fiouth of the. in- re evure
paitol the galK. Ihn .tcilnshlp llnrlun,
I'C'ore lavl g Indianola g vo all her p
vfeloni which tould Ik )i)ii'ed tD the .-uftcr-
cn. t our pcrtor w ro
LOST A I' 1X1)1 tNOI.A.
In uldllio'i to iho e Ir d- renorted. Mr.
Sin h w, tho two II rro". father and con,
and a teain.ier, name u ko wn
he eiiilr li t t Lynchburg or-
pa roint and Day Liwn i.i- 'ol w:
Jlr w i, Jlrn. i'i ice 'nd four child in;
Clara Oral'oiii Ir . .McK e: Mr, u. ut:
a n 1 on ol I)r lex nd-r HI I" nil Two
d ad I) dl of neero w, r plck'd up by
the steamer Fowler.
Open mid rr S.ilc.
Seventy-live eaes f hoot and shoes
Hoot- $2 7". to 00; sho.es $1 00 to
S- 7.i. at the Xcw Vork Store at whole
sale :mil retail. IK!;M0L
druggists' fancy goods,
wax flower material,
COLLIER WHITS LEAD.
TtTK rollclt corrMponitencP nnd onlM from l)nirin
YT ur KiX"" in our line nitiniHi, nanuuiou
nilfd with iclUblc lni(f at muuiuilile nit.-.
WHOLESALE A RETAIL, P A TR Q
74 Obio Lvee.
PliTeii'.toix nml (icnrrnl Slorflu Win
t rmiuly .Medicine L'mh PJrnUlitd or t r
RETAIL &. PRE80RTTIO'
"aohlnitor Av., Cot. 8th 9
Wood ! Wood ! Wood !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cniro & St. Louis Transfer & Coal Company is ow proparcd to
fill orders for Woorl and Coal. Dolivorod to nny par of tho City, at
tho Lowest Cash Pr co. OFFICE AND YARD at tho Cairo & St.
Louis Narrow Giiuo Jcpot.
The only plaeu to Hud a full line of la
d!e. misses and ehiidreu'deloak i ut
lleilbrou ,. Well', 1 1 J ami 111 Coiuinor
reioiis having ei-teru needing pump
ing out and repairing iui have it done
promptly nml nt prices ti wilt the times,
by callliifc'on .1. S. Ilawkltw. Croitreet.
I have a man uud pump employed all the
time for the pin po-e. 0-10-tf.
IN C'lUAItS AND TOI1ACCO, AT
COWI'KKTHWAIT A: I'J1ILLIIS.
V'txl, 4 feet, periord
Vood, n.iwed, prcord
Wood, Hawrd nnd pllt,ior cord
Coal, cu load, per ton
Coal, car load, mnul-iton
Coal, car loud, one-half ton
r&" lleilbrou & Well make a specialty
of ladles & clilldr.-n'n Piilt. O-Jl-lm.
ti57" Tor a complete line of milliner'.
go to lleilbrou & Wei IV, 112 and III
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy re'lef lor yutinv nnn from the el-
feet of Kforn and bue In early life.
Manhood restored. Iniiedhn -nt to Mar
riage removed New method of treat-
in nt. New uud rem irk iMe remedies
Il'iokk and Clr til .rs sent free, In :ile i en-
volniC. Addre-. Howard Asocntlon.
41H N. Ninth ft,, Phlhi e a, I'a. an 'n-ti-
u ion lmiiwa bihnputi on f r honor
able Eionduct and prufc u.ul iklll.
Eighteen thousand more Fpanlfeh
troops are to be sent to Cuba.
The wounded West Virginia hank
robber tvas recognized, nfter death, as a
desperado named Thomas MeDaniel.
The female base bailers are now in
Sprlnittleld, where the blonde bent the
NARROW UAl'UE RAILROADN.
Jarrovgaujfe railroads arc being do
inin'Jed by the nubile so as to Insure a
Auction in the rates of transportation. '' forty-two to thirty-eight.
Recently a mtttinLr vn bold hr tbo Boss lweed Is still in the Ludlow
Cheap Traii.iKtrtatioii Association. Dor- strt(!l M walling for some one to put up
Ins in senior, m, t u- n,i.i. ,c, the linmcn'o ball reuulred. His ball is
dent of the Fortv-nrit 'hniiri'nJimii. nxcU ?:'.W0.0W-
delivered an lnttresthiL' address on nar- A Washington special to the Cineln
rowgaiifferaltroadi'. He said that caul- "aU Cbinmerelaf says that Hon. b. b,
Ul was struL'gllug for Increased rates for Cox "a'J a clt'ar majority of the Demo
tramportatlon. and the nubile was com- cru,lc delegation from Ohio pledged to
toting It. and advocating u reduction, support him for thu Speakership, and
i'lieMrugKlehad been l'oIiil' on for years 'hut he U gaining throughout thu West
II . . - .11.. .... . .
in iii.a coiuesi.
borne sailing vessels were driven,
during thu heayy storm on the coast, at
least two miles up on the prairies, back
of Virginia Point, where they are now
lying, i-iand, eight or ten acres hi ex
tent, were moved far from their former
resting place, by the power of thu wind,
A job printer named Shatter, put a
pistol to hU breast, u few days ago. in
New Orleans, remarking "Tlicro, now!"
pulled the trigger and fell dead, shot
inrougu tne Heart. WhI.ky and no cm
pioj incut caused tho rash deed. He
" claimed that ;it wits a
paradoxical struggle, for both
coutciunls were actually on the
'nc side, and both would sutler ahould
Winer gain a victory. The entire trou
Mc. Uc thougU, Krcv out of the nature
IrT1 U0aa'- 'oad,of the Stan
,ri'C(!1 81 indie) were not
rr. ut! conditions of thu coin
E lUc "'try, and hence were
andTfLa1VU(:an5 "f t,lwp HMiortathm
and safe luVttlmcntt ,r,iu .
. . C0luu secure low rates.
and istniini V '" iaiw, ' uiu rasn u
MiudtotSi!r-.und reuiuncratio., foj'Kedtoan old and highly
i- i'uumicm invciiments "lu "uiuy oi the city.
paylaw'y ou mi amount ot burin...
t lie jury In the Wclcrvclt case re-
i .i.ieu u vcruict ot guilty on the lust
Wlltu eUUUlS 01 lllll I'tmnnt A i? .1...
thgt would merely enable a standards uZx word, y L mKimem- As the
to rabt. nd th'at broad gauge roadhSl S QTaU't WcU
brokoR down from th,lr ow,, nL,, i, f anu il ?.! wul' ! ow lck
There ar.,ftKnlrf...Mrn,r..;r:r ebiwi: '".u.a .cmi(1' l wife and
JUIIICa lllUr Crlf.e .....I ,
linns i.i .... . . amv.-mu'
und live and a half feet roads, und the cx
perlencc otiorty.nve years had proved
them failure. Evtn tho gtamJarU w.
.--.u.,r ,eeV t,8llt ttd 01ie.haIf
2rTT"f felx cacout of
tight. InKu4l thequUon Mteen
met quRrely, and Uhe Uuta
vrero being cut down from a live loot
to a three and a half foot u,yjl
nault was eatlsfactory hi every k-uw
Ula tnalD point of argument was tlmt
Mtfrawnuigvisyktcm would reduce ib,.
orifteal bivttent In a railroad at least
forty pmr cmat., and iu operating ex-
pwMCo m audi more, in roncluloii ho
tions to hl. ., .:.,v"
uffcell..... "w "AM I'lOSt
5 at thu
afijrXX Woodstock envelope
uuM.Kii.N ouice. a oo pep ,
KV- If.iir utr.,.b.. I
mmmr -- v tu ,1.1UIK;S IU HIP lll'l
i.u7i. omce, j jier M.
CO.OOO envelopes, all trades and inin.n
i recciveu at tne hum,kti.v ob olllco
A new Howe and Sln-rer sow
emue. Enquire nt the Bulletin olllce.
day's session of thu II. W. (J. lodge of
tiiu Lulled States opened at nine o clock
tins iiiorniug, the gruuu oiiicers ami a
fun nuoruui oi repreeeniaiivu being
I'ruyer was niiereu ny ur.iuu mipiaiu
Theirriuid sire mado tho annoiiucc-
meut ol the lollowinir special committees
ou mrillllcatious ot inuiiibersiiip in tor-
eigu )uriuiciious ;
rust Uraiiu sire uaniicrs. oi .ew
York, and lSepreseututives llnrmau,
Fitzhugh, Kragmaii, Harrows, Hell nud
Commission to Australia : llepre-enta
live Miller, of Callloruia; Harris, of
Georgia; Harry, ol Tennes-ce; Wilson,
I'leumun, uurr, nun uiumun.
ritsiiirnua nire .Mclioi-on. from tiiu
comiulttce on thu next scsnlou of the
sunremu body, sublimed an
report recommending tiiui me session be
holdcn In Philadelphia, hi Sentember.
187C, which was laid over under thu
rust Grand becrctary Otto Schaettle.
oi ntiriemourg, uermuny, vm by spe
cial luviuiuou preseui ai uie he.-sion to
day. The reports from several Jurisdic
tions were cuiicu lor, unii a number weru
presented uud dmy ivferml.
Itepreseututlve Given, of thu District
of Columbia, submitted a communica
tion from the secretary of tho Washington
.National Jiouumeiil nsi-oemilon, wliieli
was oruercu to oo spread upon thu iniu
i io orueroi uuureuows nas eon-
trlbuted largely toward the erection ol
thu Washington monument. I'ast Grand
b iu Stuart u leretl a document embodv
IiiL'a resolution nrovldinir lor au addition
al appropriation from tlio j.t;iikI lodge in
aid ot tiiu completion oi iiyi iisiiliiL'ton
nouuiiient whlcli was reterrcd to thu
eommltteu ou tliiaucc.
Grand beerutury illdtreley's report iu
rel'erenco to thu eulogy on the late Past
Gr.md Slro Kennedy was presented ami
adopted, us was also thu report of thu
commiucc ou inucugu ana per ciicm, ivo
ommondiui; that thu olllcers and re pre
sentutlvea attending this session bu paid
icn eeuifi per nine auu six uouurs per (lay
a resolution wus ouereu lor tnu up
pointing of a eommltteu to prepare a bo
run service appropriate 10 uie ODScqulej
of thu duiighters of Hebekah, und it was
rcicrreu to tuc commitiee on tliat deirree,
iv was rcAOivei inai wucii a wiinuruwHl
uud has been tr rallied to a member, and
"iu recipient lorgeis tnu A. i-. t. wtnu
N. U, of the lodiru from which Ibebrnlli.
er withdraws, has authority toiiiralu com-
iiiuuicuui tlie a. r. T. w. on pa'seuta
iion of tho curd within one year Irour
It va resolyed that obituaries on de-
euwu ineuiberii of tlio gruuu body bu
made thu special order for Friday morn-
III!;, Utter which uHlnimitncnt tvim liilton
I Till o. .....i' "...v.?".
mif ma-1 !;. " lo-munuw morning.
lllee I treet parade tnu nlleriioon was
uiu Kiaiiuebi puouc ueuinnsiruiiou uver
In Chancery Uaster's Gale.
State of IllinoU, Aleamlcr County n.
In the Alexumlcr County Circuit ouit,
William St. Atherton ami John Hodges vc John
iioint'ii uuu .ourguiti miuce i million.
PUUMC notice U hciehy bIvcii lint la pur.
ou;oice ofii ilecn-e r nitered In the above
eutitlul cu-c, In ejld court id the ilay term
inereoi, .. ii. ino. i, .Julian, iiurman mailer
In chancery of tutu count) , will un Thursday
Iho "iird day of bcp'unUr, A. 11. I7', ut the
hour of i o'clock p. ni of day. sell ut pub
lic vendue, lit the court house door in lliccily of
Culm, In euld county, t c fullotvInK ucriiicl
nul estate. to-Wit i tia nonlli Imlrul' tlip nnrili
east (purler of section twenty-set en til), town-
suip uiiceii suuki range, numuer two u)
win oi uie inini iirincipai iiuriiuan in tne
county of Alexander and Mate of Illinois, to-
Ki-llicr with the Icncini-iiH and licreilltuniputa
liiereunto uvionKinK or tnercto npirunninf?,
'J'crmii of nule wnt-hulr cuih In hand bal
unre In one uud tw , yearn, cijual puymcuta,
wlih six ier rent. Interct t milium thereon
ilclerreil imyinciits to be teeurcl bv inurteaee
11 Ol the ou the property sold,
elaborate -tro, itlluoi, Augnjt :-,ih, is::, , w , v.
Jlljl. 1 IIAII.U.l.,
Master In I 'hunceiT
I.lnear & Lunsucii, ConiiilaluanU' solicitors.
.. .j.i . .
lilt iircimrallon it linw ucknowlolircil to be
uirior loiui kiiowu rvmcuiei mi mi: ucm
Uyphillis in all its Stagos, Scrofu
ioub Aiiecttons, unromo ui
corn, Enlargomcnt of tbo
Usirt-ciallr In Svi.lilliio discuses, in whlcblt
has sat ert many, whin Blveu up past hoo by
rinllisnt lihvii.l.n,. Ii in UlllnlV VflTetablC.
.So chance of diet is rwitllinl und can lie taken
l ..II ..V... ... .t. .A......,., ..lllt snrli' nml
in ui, wjiniiuijus OI lie Bjoimt vi
Ill connection with other meuicinen, n tne pa
tlcnt desire .
.sent to uny part ol' the Unlti'l iaie nyex
tirouR. (p,m .l,u,.inllnn.
N II. .'jainiilL-'iiackuires nenttoauypuvtof the
United .Stales, on receipt orw'c. .Vidrc3j
M North Sixth street, bt. Louis Mo
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE'l
Between WMbinvton and Commercial
Yt Ktts.Teiits.TurpaulInt .Game Tiaps. &
btnrt lor FrlcUstto HUl'OLI'll GUN CO.
,11 V 'll.l If.. . i. I .ilu
T..iuri nnl.i, al V tit. ttn kftrth'n. OS
blxth Btrootnnd Commercial Avenue, and at the Company'
Ohio Lovee, at the Crystal Saloor, 'fraer
Order Solicited ami Promptly Filled.
T. 2. WARD, Supt.
JAS K.IiAlTS.Soc'yA Treas.
F. M STOCSFLSTH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
FOrLEHGl-N JhJDSlD 3DOM3DSTIO
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full st ck of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
rho People's Remody.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Aek for Pond's Extract.
Take no other.
'Hear: for I will ent-uk of excellent thlnsn.'
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
Offered for Sale at
Great Heducticn in FricM
Prints, Bleached Muslins,
Tablo Linens, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
lull. 1 1 nil sis
iMl-iiln, hprulus, Coiitu.
It'riifliiri-M, i tits, Lacvra
I tel or Inclseil Wounds.
lllerdliiK L.1111UH, or
Xohii lllt'cil, and lilted
luz Gums or Teeth
VumtlliiK "I Hliiml uud
ViUm - llleeilinif I'lles,
raiKia, Snellen race.
Ntiiriifm or fjoreni',1,
I.umliaso, Ijimc lluck
Moi-o Till out or Oilinsy,
;Nur or InllanieU Kjcs or
' Dlanlua, Dyeentcrv,
Hurt) illrH, Inllinied
I'alnl'nl ur too l'rol'iuc
iMIIU t.vtt, OvHriau l)I.
I ciu-e and 'I'iiiiiuih
RFM FnV travel and hlrutofury.
nC.IVICUT,;ciiiilliirn and Kxcori.1
lions of Inlunu,
'Vitrli'Oho ViiIiik. Ku
larjred or f nlluniMl Veins
lUlcvrn, Old boiM, Inter
.... ; nat uiuerations,
A5,,, llolln. Curbuncka. Tu
rwrmti'Diir AT!.,m,nii "0 u'elllnicn.
INTERNAL t'ori.n and Ilunlon., Chut
ca nr Sor Vt-t .
ttoti !'lillUBi,liiirnmor fc'ail.
ll'olon or Whitlow, frost
til Limbs nr I'nrfd.
.nOlfJIlllO UllKK, lUHd
.-nine's, cnajipvii iiauiu,
I'llSII'N KXTItAVT is fm saluhyiill Flr.
tliiH ItriiKKlHlN.Rml iecomiuejililhy
au uruMKiBis, i iiysieiaus, uiui t.'rj'
body who Iihn i,vrr uiel II.
I'HIIIlihlrl C4iiitalnlni llUtnrviuiil lUe mull
l tree ou uiiiillcatiou, If not fouiid at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
W.M Bylfurnlruri or supplies should writ
,are Stock of Whlto Qooda, Victoria T.awn.i, liwlea Maraaltci, and n l.treu Mock ot
llbbons. IhU enllre stiH'k will besolil iiluctiml i:ot. und coiilhiue until It It closed out. Cat.
ml Ueconvlnccl or ure.it lurKann i n.iun iimi ii.i i. f?u
Corner Eigb.th. St. and Commercial Avi
ftLllliiittW. flNfclltaLW HLBPkWIiiiiiiiiBBi tF m
I " -ms w w i iiw in W ww aisw ... -
K. A. Bt'DNKTT.
ni'imi id mis cy, r nny len tnou
J '.J ! "'I1! oirwi, ni, -o""',
. i.. BAJv.ni. no. ii a ouniuiii.,nt.iolil
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