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tier KTry Vmg.
JOMM K. OBMJU.Y, Bdltor.
II. C. Kibbke placed lilmwlt In a con
dllion to lire independently and. to defy
crialnal rtoecullom by Ataallnir from a
Comto mtftlng eofapiny, tho kuhi of
9U0,W0j uuttttlorilvMKto enjoy the
hMUt of his fellow-citizens, who would
ttm applauded him, not a as thief, but a a
AerUUh threwd fellow, he shot himself
throafh the head, nnd won the ilc.Mgniv
ttoa of Idiot.
Th execution of Marshall Cruln. nt
Marion, In Williamson county, on Friday
tost, without any dctiioiritratlon of disap
proval Irom the Immense crowd In at
tendance, furnishes a most gratifying In
dlcaUon that the bloody era, In that
county, hai been brought to a close.
The bad men have been compelled to
Buosumb to the law, and to recognize, in
the prder-loThsr people, the power and
the jtftht t execute Its severest penal
ties'1 Wo coagnUulnte Williamson on
Mils turn In the tide ot her aflnlrs, and
- - ... .
"T. "r"? Kns
bought, at Uic end of sucli a terrible
deal, may be permanent.
t Thk Jonesboro Gattttt is furnishing
ahort biographical sketches of "line old
American gentlemen," resident of Union
county, lie will not, we hope, overlook
the venerable Col. J. 8. HaeWor, now in
als S8th year, and Col. Henry L. Webb,
now In hit 85th. Both these gentlemen
played a conspicuous part iu our early
political and social history, at well ot the
State as of Southern Illinois.
"Election talk" Is much more com
mon among the country people than the
city folks. Some of them arc actuated
by feelings ot resentment and some of
them by more friendly considerations ;
but nearly all of them talk about the
coming election. Now and then you 11 ml
an individual who has a "slate" made
up, entirely of new material, which he Is
morally certain will wlu. More fre
quently you will meet n voter who is sat
isfied with the present incumbents, with
ne or two exceptions, and those excep
tlsas, he is very sure, stand no earthly
chance of election. In the city the mat
ter Is rarely canvassed, and will not be
come a lire topic until the operations of
tne candidates make It so.
U.mtkd States District Attorney, J
P. Vandorstan, has become so dissipated
It. his habits that his immediate removal
fiom office is looked upon ns a certanity.
On Thursday evening he made his ap
pearance in the court room so deeply
under the Influence of liquor that he was
not only unable to maintain an ordinarily
dlgnWed and courteous bearing, but was
unable to conduct an important case
wherein he was the prosecutor. The
facts were mado public by the Springfield
Rtgitttr, nnd although Mr. Vandorstan
has many warm personal friends in
Springfield, they will not prove equal to
the work of maintaining him in ids pres
ent position. It Is thought that John
AtcN'ulU, of McLean (not. of Cairo) will
be appointed as his successor.
The gratitude of Mr. Charles II. Bill,
late agent of Adams Southern Express,
on the C. A. T. railroad, Is excited by
very small causes. He was arrested nt
Toplar Bluff, tho other day, for embez
zling seven hundred dollars of the com
pany's money. He was examined pre
liminarily before a Poplar Bluff justice;
was held to bail In the sum of 2,000 to
appear before, the circuit court; the citi
zens of the village refused to go on ids
boud, and he wac Uirovyn Into jnWm.
After such experience most men would
curse the very dust ot the streets ot such
a village ; but not so with Mr. BUI. He's
grateful, and ids gratitude finds expres
sion In "A Card." "In tho lonesome
hours that come to me," says Mr. BUI,
"Your names and faces will be remem
bered as bright stars in the sky of the
past. Until God is willing that I meet
you again, accept the warmest thanks
that a grateful heart can give." Had the
citizens of Poplar Bluff rode Mr. Bill on
a rail, and pitched him Into Black river
his gratitude would have been boundless.
Tiik fruit-growers ot Southern Illinois
who depend upon tho Illinois Central
railroad for means ol transportation, have
jolntd in a petition to tho ofllcers of that
company, to supply tho road with a fast
fruit train that would leave Cairo, say at
11 o'clok a.m., and arrive In Chicago not
later than 0 o'clock the next morning.
The pelltltloners set forth that the in
crease in Southern grown fruits Is rap
idly monopolizing the carrying capacity
of the express company, ami that, there
fore, If the facilities for rapid transpor
tation are not made equal to the de
wand, It will be Impossible for them to
continue the growth ol fruits as cither
speculation or livelihood. As this pet!
tion is signed by more than one hundred
el the leading fruit-growers of Southern
Illinois, and as tho business they create
1 believed to be sufllclently largo to Jus
tify the running of a fast train, at least
during the first fruit-shipping season, it
u neiiovea mai uc railroad company
will grant the piayer of the petition
The demand for such means ol trauspor
tation will be better understood when we
remark that the single station of Cobaen
ihlpped,UM year, one hundred and.tlilrty
on thousand dollars worth of fruits, and
that of this mm the Illinois Central rail
road ceapany received sixty-one thou
sand dollars for carrying It to mar
ket. A CHAMCE rR OUR EBVVATOKN.
The proportion, to raise $10,000 to bo
used in representing the educational in
terests of Illinois, at the Oenteiintul J3x
poaititn, navtsf been put Into an lutein
gtble shape, It will and ought to excite
the favor of every friend or popular edu
cation In the State. The object is to pre
sent, la Um best possible shape, the ad-
vancenmw jaww in meutous, ana evi
dence of tlMsbcocil of tkoM mtthodi. a
t WnlQCst fetfure will be the achievement
of the pupils themselves. In ncnmanshli).
drawing, composition, klter-wrHliiR,
written lessons, etc., ami everything cle
tlmt will InJIcalo the successful wotfcltij;
of our public school machltiery. This
cannot be accomplished, of course, w Ith
out money, ami we do not know that the
sum named ten thousand dollars Is any
too much. Alexander county Is expected
to raise sixty dollars of thU nmouut not
required to do so, but simply requested.
As to how the sum can lie raided, we
have no suggestions to make. .Sclioo
teachers arc usually very lertlln In expe
dients for work of thai kind, and might re
gard the suggestion of an outsider ns u
pleco of over-afllctousnes. We will
only add that Information In that regard,
or loiicmng any oilier matter in connec
tion with the project may he obtained
from our county superintendent.
"MOKr. OF TIIKN4MK NOHT."
It seems Impossible to open the record
inado by the Itcpubllcan party in Its
management ol public nflalrs, without
bringing to view the most palpable evi
dence of downright villainy or Inexcusa
ble carelessness. Secretary Boutwcll rests
under no charges of downright villainy ;
but n little Investigation discloses discrep
.MV.o ... I.IO Ht.lUMIIl'? Ulilt -lll lU tA"
T' nf tv.o w-a iThliws.
ancies In his accounts that can be ex
that ho was criminally" Careless or pur
posely criminal. The discrepancies in
Ids scml-dccade reports of the condition
of the United States Treasury can bu ex
plained upon no other hypothesis.
Take, for Instance, bis report which em
braces the years 1SG.V70, and 1870-75
In the llrst report he llxcs the amount of
expenditures lor the year 1PCI-C5 nt
$1,S'J7,0U,224 09. in his report, made
live years afterwards, ho declares that the
expenditures fer the same llcal year
amounted to $1,000,403,0.11.87. Hear it
In mind that this Is not a showing of two
dlircrcnt years ; but two showings of the
same year. In both cases the books were
closed ; the expenditures had been made
and entered, yet live years afterwards,
we have, without a word of explanation,
an addition of nearly nine millions ot .lol
Jars to the already reported outhy.s of
18013 ! As we have said, no explana
tion has been given ot this glaring dis
crepancy. The question natiirnllynriw,
then, what has bocomc ol the $0,090,-
00OJ Why were the llgtires of 1SCI-5 i
Increased that sum, live years nftcr thx
books were closed? Tho Increase op
erated ns a credit to tho treasurer. For
what was It. expended, that an account
that had been closed for a period of live
years or more elioulil be opened, to ad
mit of the addition? Ten years have
passed by, and Boutwell has not given
any satisfactory explanation ; and, but
for the election of a Democratic house,
who can say that the matter, Important
as It is, would have excited Inquiry
In the affairs of private life,
It the cashier of a banking
house should claim that, during the
year 1SC5, he had paid out 120,000; and
five years afterwards claim that ho had
paid out, during that same year, the sum
of $25,000, he would, in the absence of a
valid explanation, become a subject for
the attention ot the grand Jury. It Is
precisely In this condition that Boutwell
stands before tho country to-tiny. He
has taken credit lor $0,000,000 which he
claims he expended ten years ago. If he
can't explain when nnd for what purpose
he expended the amount, he Miould not
be permitted to escape the conse
quences, "ntii.i. iiAKi'ixo ox jiv i.rm
Tr.K." Morton has spoken, and he Is "still
harping on my mother." He is still
whanging on the same old string. Mis-
1 and hor political convulslans ;
the tierce and unchangeable hatred of
the Southern whites for tho Southern
blacks, from the burden of ids harangue;
and they are presented by him now al
most precisely ns he presented them ten
years ago. It Is simply u rehash of the
old story that once excited anger and re
sentment, but now excites loathing and
Ana this is tho sort ot stun that he,
an aspirant for presidential honors,
throws out as the ground plan for a
presidential contest ! He Indulges In "a
damnable Iteration" of threadbare false
hoods, distorted truths and exploded
mlsreprcstatlons, and expects the Amer
can people to bo Influenced by them !
They will be moved by them, but only to
execrate tile uttcrcr as a would-be lu
flamer of old sores, and an over-reach-lug
and a conscienceless demagogue.
In discussing the matters to which
Morton gives n sign of vitality, a cotcm
porary well and justly says that the
"eternal hate" to which reference is
made, Is wholly confined to Louisiana,
Mississippi and South Carolina, where
the blacks, being In the ascendant, are
taught by deslgulng men that It ,1s their
duty, their only means of salvation, to
ovcr-rldo and crush out the whites.
Xnwhcre else lu the country is tliero
cither social or political antagonism be
tween the races that manifests Itself in
deeds of violence. In Georgia, Ken
tucky, Virginia ami North Carolina,
where the white race arc lu the ascend
ant, and where the machinations of the
cariet-bai;ger beget no promise of suc
cess, wo see the two races dwelling to
gether lu perfect haamony, each enjoying
equal rights before the law, and au en
tire exemption from the convulsions out
of which Morton mid his kind are striv
ing to manufacture their political thun
der. From thews facts what arc the Inevita
ble deductions? They aro llrst, that
wliero Hadieal carpet-baggers can operate
with success, there are violent out-breaks,
race animosities. Secondly, that where
the white race Is sufllcicutly powerful to
defeat the schemes of Radical carpet
baggers, there is jcacc. good order,
social Harmony and political quiet. And
thirdly, that this being true, it U unde
niable that "the eternal hate," the race
animosities and tho deeds of blood and
violence, out ot which the Mortons of
tho Itcpubllcan party are striving to
make political capital, are directly charge
able to the carpet-baggers of the
South, operating for and under the
countenance of the Kcpubllcau party,
"Hanging of the Grain,"
"I am the Murderer of Wil-
Hum Spcnse nnd George
The Bulliner Side Punished.
About the Other Side?
Over 3000 Persona Froflout nttho
CjMinoNii.w.K, dan. 21, 1S7C.
IN MV MH'AICH
1 announced the execution ol Marshall T.
Craln, in Marlon, Williamson county,
on Friday the 21st, ami promised you
particulars by letter.
Accompanied by a number of Bohem
ians of the press, representing the Chi
cago Times, .St. Louis Republican, New
1 OrK Iltt HC, Ol. l.VHUS ritf-rnvw f
unicago inoi'"i Jlicly elahle,
repufatlonj I- Aioi )w'i- ttutu' nt
CnrnffiK'nie, early on 'Friday morning.
The cars were well filled, and while pass
ing Cartervlllo and Cralnvilltf, many
others, citizens llvjng in the vicinity
VEXUKTTA HIT.N1 IlSllM',
got upon the train, iteacblng Marlon
we found large crowds asu-mbled on all
the corners of the streets, and from the
principal avenues leading to the town,
men, women and children docked In, on
foot, horseback and In wagons and car
riages. By ten o'clock the town was
crowed with people of the neighborhood,
and previous to the execution numbered
nt least three thousand. Itehig acquainted
with the town and oillclals, I took, by
ciiakui: or niK KDiioitui. iirkuhb,
and learning that She-till' NorrI, an elll
cleut olllcer, Interpreted the law so as to
exelude'reporter-, I consulted Prosecu
ting Attorney .1. W. Hartwcll, who Im
mediately visited the sherllVand made ar
rangements satisfactory to that gentle
man, who was fearful ot violating the law.
Uvshlva being under obligations
Hartwcll, ths press force owes much to
his law partner, Mr. Walter Warder, tor
At 11 o'clock tho mtlitla assembled,
commanded by Captain James Grlder;
William Henderson, lieutenant. Sixty-
live muskets, loaded, capped and bayo
neted were carried by men who seemed
to know how to handle them.
One o'clock was the time set for the
springing ot the trap that would
K.I 1 UK l)AVS 01' MAIfHAM. CHAIN.
The front ol the Jail was entirely blocked
up by people, as orderly a crowd as I
ever laid eyes upon, reflecting great
credit on tho farmers ot H illlamsoii and
citizens of Marlon. There was no drunk
enness, no boisterous conduct, seeming
more like n holiday ; or a grand arenlc
display that thn m-n, women unu chil
dren contemplated' seeing,' Instead ot a
tragic chapter in a bloody drama.
iu the jail ynrd, and along the fence sur
rounding It, and an avenue was opened
for those who were authorized to enter
tho building where the doomed man was'
preparing for death.
After 12 .o'clock, accompanied by the
press force, 1 repaired to the (all, pre
sented my pa's to tho olllcer In com
mand, and was soon Inside the hall of the
building. Ascending a flight of stairs 1
(iONKIIO.N tV.V HIK O ALLOWS,
a rude structure, but sufllclently strong
to hold a small elephant, erected In a cor
ner of the upper hall, the floor being cut
to let the body swingdown. alter severing
of the rope.
lxsinn or thu ci:ix
Marshall Craln was drejslng himsell for
the the talal leap, and iu a few moments,
in company with Deputy Sheriff Kd
rlngtou, ho made bis appearance iu thu
hall. A window was opened for him and
he looked calmly out upon tho people as
sembled. A white robe coveted his
whole body, and ho was closely .haved,
with hair neatly cut. lu a clear, dis
tinct voice he said It was his duty to Uod
nnd man to confess his crimes,
asked to be forgiven and hoped the
country would be qulot and prosperous
nftcr his death, which was not tar off.
Ho closed by reading thu following
poem, which wa, at his positive request,
publNhed verbatim :
Drar IiknJj from you I must part
My life on rth will lcac ti-ila)
I.rme dear lllllf will- Willi broken
M) love Willi llue 1 caunut Iut
An J whet you on tlmt I tnu.t pxrt
From out that htm no klml
Ittiiiriulxr that It It you lute
That 1 tliull U-ar in inliul
Vt'lim 1 Irftlieienii'anlluiil
Mydmrlittlf nlfei did not lain
hi'U I'auglit u fclwp nrrnt wa
'I Ik n my iili'l dlj forult
When arrtntiil tbtu 1 was took
fly KrunW I.w jou uo him well
'I lieu for utt waid he JM look.
Which uc wkuM Kt U I itlil U-tl
'I lieu lor h wlturaa I wai scut
A ifulnit two nitn you ull tin
To Jolltt ullev oil not a wrnt
Jobu bulllutr 1 thougt or to j!11
To the Mirloujail I wii, tool
And thilr we Hoy for tt'.whllr
'llirn far lay trial I did not looL
'IhenniiaOUUvld I did lllr
llrforc the Jude i did so
I hcggfJ far time which I did not
I'hflr witness I did net uo
The duy for trial It wiu tri
'I lira In the trial I wa fored
A ple.iuf guilty 1 did uukr
My atfonie J fald to me of Course
for ft'ur thai they liiy nrck would
It wua the Judge whom look my life
To i lou lue lie could a tent
My love U upon blm night X day
liut to liaog m w hit iuttnl
MjMrlalloTartlied) If sot )
To part lue fiom tlil.ife
Willi n icnd uroiiud II ee tliem
And I to uit from inj lllttu wlr
Unlhladay my life Wlll'l' l1" '
From rrifiidl that lifjllod
Willi fiiliuie. mound w' l',uu''
Wlian I am ilea llhty B"d
What )oU take lo l inj "I'litej
To mime Ihe will liate r' K"
On Dial jc.umay deKil j
IVnr Utile wife fri'lii joi I l""!
To Blny W lilt Jon It rsrnot l4
For you m dear Ion ll' !'
To leaic top-art from iwe j
Hear Itlllc wile mourn iM fotnit
When to Ihc grate I go j
Hut when lliiKnewf
It Ifi but tl.-illi yolt knJ- L-
When mice in bloom DO d'lli U
near ' ' "
It is a debt we bucj(l Wlujr
W mint Tore t r watch nul ff al
JfVv one Hint watclie hlkl mid
day , I
I fear not the gallon
Or I Tear not to die
.... . t ... I. nil 4AX
i ueu my foui ou n ",
With angel will fr.
. . u. ,t,n the f.n.Av
These words I r" J'
Kor y poor f 11 lrny,
(iood liy lo klnl friend while In
lolta my lfi to uioiuu and
Kor I hiii boai I o leave yon oon
And In tit tomb I their mint jtep
Dear lord loT MJ-lieait la gliren
To mute W homeaboe
When- uoiT' dwell w Ith thee In
Wlurf" Jof anJlo
'1 litis lira roy aoul alone with Hue
Ih itlt of all my delight
Yet fietttn; not uor miking munu
lint beating patiently my night
lltllerlng that lb time will luile
That Joy and peace again will be
My life on earth Is only waite
When IhoU dear lonl did come
'J ho god and clitlat arc lu KIT eife.1
And life crueuin ioreer
ThU may I'C mine tho tluful greiil
That through Ita conquest nert I
I w 111 not then of creeds inAe boast
Which er Up may fashion
Nor lit my aoul be torn and tint
lly lien e polemic p.Usion
Knougli that 1 Oils Tilth malnlaln
Which god Itlilu me tea lit
Which conquen telf through
Christ and patii.
The Ufa eternal reache.
TIIK KXECfllO.V KOLI.OWKH.
He wus led to the scaffold ami took a
position ou thu trap without tllueliing.
only looking serious, but composed. The
Kev. .Sauford Cee, of Mount criion, mid
llev. II. Atkluon,of Marlon, ofllelatcd,
the lormer delivering n brief anil pathetic
discourse. The hymn,
"There la n ftunlaln filled with Uoo-1,"
was sung by those lu tho upja;r hall,
Craln;jolnlng In the liymn. The number
present did not exceed thirty.
jitter tin- Jltighig, tli! pi"
ncr nroccedeil, with others, anT
listened to a pathetic prayer. On aris
ing to his feet, Deputy ShtrllVKdrington
"You have just five minute to live.
Have you anything to tay ';"
.A moment's silence and he k plli d :
I am the murderer of William Hpenac
(aliort pattsel, nnd of George YV. Sis
ney." The cap was then drawn down over his
face, n deep silence ensued, and Deputy
Kelly, who superintended the hanging, In
tlmatcd that all was right, Deputy Ed
rlngton gave the signal to llrlee Holland;
a hatchet rose and fell, the trap w ent down
with au ominous noise, and Marshall
Craln swung iu the air, shrugged his
shoulders, moved his feet oneo or twice,
and then hung straight ami motionless.
A cousin ot the criminal, Lorenzo Craln,
accompanied by a child, and Warren
Craln, a brother to Marshall Craln, wit
nessed tho scene. The body was taken
down thirty minutes alter the trap had
been sprung, was put in a coflln and de
livered to friends awaiting It. They
placed It In a wagon and drove in the di
rection of Cralnsvllle.
u full cousin to Marshall Craln, j-ccmcd
to sadly deplore the disgraceful fate that
his relative had brought upon himself,
and did not throw any obstacle in the
way ol tho law.
HtOSllCUTING ATTOItNKY llAttTWKI.L,
for the fearless manner In which he has
worked in defense of law nnd order, de
serves tho gratitude of tho people of
Williamson county, and also lor
the tlht he has made, and is
yet making, ngalust lawless men
and assassins. In u few days he
will be lu your city, to assist lu the prose
cution of tiio Grains In the Cairo jail, and
I hope he may not want for friend.-, In
his arduous undertaking. J. II. II.
Blake A Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
tVall Popor, Window Olasu, Win
dow Shadoa, &o.
Always ou hand, the lelcumted Illuminating
Oorner ElevitutU fltraat and Washlu ir
Inf A T T WT A sm
VrVKr&'Lala. youwmld Ri-t ah pood a Clar nil you would wish to tmokn to
inil oiJIH. ,J?i'.',,.B .'Yrrv l' v tiiokfil them. Dtirlntr tho war koIiI wont unto IIOO
urmliofi m, f..,i?i1. lVeJe,n,b.or d aovorntiipnt tax.but toa .till Kreitov tont, to
ureilleUloUM mhloiioffoellniruhamo(l to cull foei. llv int Oli,.ir.
(The nunuractuiera bv the tme of nateuliil Marlilm rv mr vnnlitnl in ,n.ili tin- aboex ei b'brntr.1
Clgnritiiroator turrty-sctrn per cent leal than
"piui iiu.iiiij, inns Ki, ink uirirnK'iii an ipHiriiinny loatippi) nili'ikiKMini ii siiienor iiiicni
Clljar for S cent) we place U'Coieoiir palroua a
VAMinso BEHUINE CLEAR HAVANA FILLED CIGAR FOR FIVE CEN
Hie niantirrtrliiiersre;oeiil;liK Ihe fad that the
.....j .... , , ... ( I'tt.i, s mi, iimjoriiy, inairau Ol ine minoruv (as nai
In en Ihe rule, liy fellliiK u tingle ltraral Iho aam ratea') lle, leu, llnr, or a li
lly appointing; u alnale axenry In n i lly, they roncentmle Ihelr Imalne. rlue.- their lo. and
I'Vprntu, and keep up lhipulty of tlav Clirar, riirlliciiiutli.il ndtimlafie ol Ihriimclro, the eon.
amiiers, and IhtiriiKeiita.
Give them a Trial
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
F. M. STOCSFLETH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines and Liquors,
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Hoops a full stock of
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
Pho People's Itomody.
Tho Universal Fain Ext actor.
Ask for Poud'a
Take no other.
"Iliar: for I will bleak of extdfent thins.
I nj ni-loo to JUnnrlleasti,
Nlrnlim, Hfiralns, Contu-
I'riK'lureH, Cut. Ijirrra
i till or Incited oiinJ.
Illeoillnir I,iiiik. or
Xote Hleeil.und lllil-
llll,' liUIIH nr I (fill
Vuiiillliiicur llllMMl und
lllrlo- I IUl.nP..u
1'IU'N llleeitlnK l'llea,
iiiiiui i-uea. iiniaiiinic )
lil.rl.i U..'..ll.ul L.i.
t ii'. Srptl ittr nr iAr.n...
NlliTi.i'. or Soreneia.
Luinhaso, Ijune llurk.
Stirv Tlirm.t orOuluay,
I In, AhIIiiuii.
Niirc or Iulhimil Kyea or
.Hurt' .M!ili-, lutliiiiied
I'Hiufiil or too l'rol'ute
Milk !.. Ovarian l)U-
easa and Tumora.
flrnrf.1 and ftlrnlnrttrf.
.Clinllnicti and Excoria
tion) or munis, or
Varli'oe Volim. Kn-
largetl or Inflmncd Veins.
Vli't-rai, Old Sores, Inter
llnlla, Carbuuclea, Tu
mors, Hot SwelUniia.
fwrim und lluniona, Chat-
I ... 1 Cn.u L'.t
I'eloii or Whitlow, Frost
ed I.lmba or I'arta.
IJIoiiiilu niteH, Insect
I Mlngc, Ctiaieil llanda.
I'O.VIt'H KXTltAtrr la lor aaluliy ull Klmt.
I'liiMM IlriiKKliolM.and recommended by
all DrUKKl'ta. I'liyaiclaua, nnd i-very-bo
lly who lint ever lined It.
t'Hiuplilet contalnltiK lllitory und U.eamull
til free on iipiilluttlon, If not found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York mill London.
Dealer m Fresh Meats
Between Waabluirton ud OommorcUl
Avenuoi, adjoin uik Uamny'a.
KKKl'S for eMe the U-l beef, fork. Mutton
Veul, liiub, Hauaage, Au.. und la pre
uraad U rv I'ninlllea In un luwnulile manner
JTGreat Medioal Book
auil fcecreta for laidlea und (ienta. henl IVe fur
two auiuma. Addreaa,
vr. iustrit mkIiicalikhtitii.ti:
lO-lMly, !5t. Joseph Mo,
other .MaiitilVf Hirers can prmtueen Ulnar f
maJoiltyVamnkeMpreler to l.uy Ihelr Clearaas
and be Convinced.
C. N. HUGHES,
Ovar Mathnu ft Ubl'i.
NONK but l'lrt-Cla Oiiuiianle rrnre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-iuiri.
The OldaatEatabltabed Aifenoy in Sout
ru Illinois, representing ovir
65 OOO OOO
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
ST. 0. XX violas,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulldinif, Cor. Twelfth Street
and WashinRtou Avenue,
KfCouuty und Itallroad Work ."iwlullv.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER OO,
57 Ohio Levee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Ho. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
fKCIAL attautlau giveu'toconsljrumeuti aud
Leading Journal of South nru
ft I' -", I
WllliteiiKaktly nppoe tLe pollclti ol th
Keitiljllcati party, and renin- to he tram,
uielled Hie dli tllotiof mi) clliiio In tlie
It tieif!Vt' that the Iteptibllcau party tin
fulfilled Ita luiraioo, mid that the ih.mo
cratlc party aa nuvr oraulzed ahoulu l c re
ktored to poncr.
ltliellevc-j the Kidlcal lyraEnr that ha
for ocveral yoara oj'pro'cd the Soil'tb
ahould he overthrown and tbe people cl the
Southern ,tate permitted to control thru
It believes that railroad corporation
ehotlld l.o prohibited liy lilnlatlvo t i actl
tuciita Irom extortius aud unju.tly darcrim
Inatltii; In their burlncii traufactlona with
It recofnlrcs the equality ot all men ba
fore the law.
It advocates (reo romtscrrc tariff for
It advocatci reiutnplloQ of tpedi: pay.
went, and lionett jnynitiit of tbo public
It advocate economy iti the administra
tion nt public, att'itlr?
AS A NEWSPAPER
The lliillttlii will publiah nil the local news
of Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, l
llticnl, Kortln aud (lencral Notes, ami en
deavor to plcn-e all la-tei and Intereat ah
-T II K
Is a thirty-two column paper, ttirnlslied to
Hubnerlbcra lor the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Pontage propald. It U tho eheupvat paper
lu tbo Weat, and la n pleanluK Kireeiue
Visitor ami Family Companion.
Cannot fall to aee tbo u'.-'valcd Induce,
racnts offered by The bulletin In tbe way
cl c.Iiohii and Drofltable ailvertlieiuentH.