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Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lots,
xliange for St. loni properly.
'I ho sotilli hall oft lie "I'iM" housi- al
Go(m1 two story brick Htore room on
f 'unimi'rclal nvnun ln'twi-oii I'-lrviiilli
First floor of li irk dwelling ti.rnir
Ninc((iitli nnd Poplar MrrHs.
r-Salon and futures, uniilli west corn
:r F.igh'tocnlb MreM and l.rtinnifr'ifil
ivonup, at a bargain. ...'.-.
(Jotta' oil Twolllli slml, wont ol
oionifrdal avenue, $10.
Dwelling li'uf on 'rons Mml, wes
rd Washington nvcnii'.
Two binlncislifuiH'S on I.'V'i Mieil,
Hlmve Oilitli, i-U cac-li.
A food cottajre on Twi:iit -Ninth
tn t, iK'fir Coinnv rflal iivenur-.
Stori' room on rommci-chil mi-iiiie.
xt to Wavcrlyliotid.flO.
Oittage if 4 roomi on Twenty-third
trcct, and llolhronk (ivemw $. Uool
yard and ohtern.
Storwmuii .corner Twentieth and
Poplar stru ts, $12 W.
Storo room adjoining ahovr,
Up stairs or oil on Commercial av
enue, near lirth pfrcet. Suitable for
bu'-.lncM and Iwi-llinjr,
Tenements nnmltered H and V,
Winter" How, 5 room each for $1(1
ier month. Will U put in llroi-rhi-a
Orphan Ay!uin building and piitui
es. Uent low, to a pood ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth ami
Washington avenue, $12 a mouth.
Hooiu In various part. of the city.
FOH LKASE OH SALK.
Lund, in tract to cult, near Cairo.
Parish School Notice.
lli': next lei in of I he l'uri-b S-liool
w ill tjCin Monday, Scpteuilwr 4ih, and
CHIitillllt ill-Mt-iflli jixtcen week. Terms,
Kixht Dollars lor the nes-ion. or fifty
jellt per Wl'-k- AI.WAV1 I' A V liL K IN
aovam'K. There will be no extra tharru
for any study except for the study of
mu-ic. For Instruction In vocal and in-
Htrniiu-iituI music, iho valuable Kcrviees of
Mrs. (J. W. llender-on have 1m hi secured
The succor of the school husbeen iiu li
Uutt the Her tor deems it bt to state,
tliat only a limited number of pupil can
U; accommodated- !! will nwive tlice
v ho apply fir-t for admilou. He prom-
lv to all thorough instruction in the
common Kngli-li Hudie, in the higher
mathematics, the natural svionro, and
ulo in Latin and Greek.
Mini i s A. (jii uki:i,
Leather anil riiMllnarWor ;nh. .'lie.
r I bun ctrr Helore hold lu l'4tiro
I will from this date ft 11 leather and
ttmlin rlicapi-r than ever lx lore otb n d
Ilet Cincinnati oak wle IO t. Ib
Howard's Ix-at l:iiilitrr
leather rsito.'IJ "
All other leather and lindin? in pro
portion. No. '.) Coiumercial avenue, be
tween Filth and Sixth street.", ( 'airo, 111 i
noW. jiuut-t and i-hiw-i luado tip in the
latest rtylog, and ol the t -t material and
good workmanship. Hoots and shoe at
reduced price. And only the the lc!t
Sr. F.oiii ciKt'iiii-ii):ule and my own
make ol boot and ehmy will be sold.
M-bS-tf C. K ). II.
The New York Store sell
S lbs A sugar for.. I )
I " koiI.i
Starch In package, ft cent per In.
bj KMinds Hio cofl'. c lor 1(h)
II Ibi rhoiiv rice for J
i Iwxeu lx'st lj-e for 'J't
F.verythiuv ibcap at the old taml.
t , .
fio In llit MuiiiiIhIiih of 4 ulornitit
by the Atchison, Tox ka and anta Fe
l.'iiilroad, the new and popular line from
Atchison and Kau-'as City via the heauli
ful AlkaliKus Valley. o Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, liel Nirtc, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points in Colorado. New
.Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tl.-kcU to 1 1. -iivcr, only J50, allowing
top-oil privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs,
Maiiitou and Pike's Peak. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines,
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
l ho Missouri Hiver and Hocky Mountain-",
without change. Cloe connec
tions i nude at Pueblo Willi trains for
Iieiiveraud Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables and the ' San
Juan Guide,'' addre,
T. J. Axutuho.v,
Om. Pms, Ag.,
T-ltf Toi iiK, K ..
We w ill deliver our best Jump coal on
i '. and V. H. H. track in Cairo at $.10 x r
car load of
This coal has no ku'kkiok for grates
nnd household uses generally.
Addres s all orders lor coal (
J auks A. Viam. it Co.,
Single cord ?3 SO
Five 3ord lobs H 25
COAl. I'AKADIiK AND HIG MCIt)V !
Single ton $:i 50
Three " 3 23
Fivu ,l 3 00
Orders (or Move wood will be promptly
lllied. A choice lot of kindling ou baud
by C. V. Will ELi:n & Co.
Tills popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, id open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure w ines, choice liquors and the finest
brand of cigars.
3-2.Vtf Jos. Honkkkr, Prop'r.
"' . I " 1 . f " M
C7f L CV1 ii 1 t ' t k
' VLi :1
t on MiKnti r. t
VVr nr hiiIIkitImhI In annonnrC .lnllN II.
ItoHINMiN u rami hU f.ir Hlicriirot' Aim
nilerrxiiinty, at the cwiniiiK munty i-lwllaaj.
We rn anllitoc4 trvSMMr that K. A 1-
iiniii.l,oa laan talefliiitWnt B-Mtlin ra-ll-ilitlr
lor s lt-r iff, at iff- mmNtng tonlv Hloii.
fr an- iiil1oTi.nfcjiic!l,t rtlt s At'P,
f r nn Imlt-iK-nili-nt atnlilul lor ."hertlTof Al
f XuiuliTrounty, at I lie rnmiing county jl-ll"n.
' i. S TA'J'KS AH OIINKV,
'VllTn Hi i.iJtTln; t'leah annniini-p Dial I
Hlh a ranili.liilF lor ttr uthrr of Mtt"i Attori.py
for ' AlrxHiidcr coiinljr at llm Novi-iiiImt elc-c-lioft.
' tt'. C Mi I.KCT.
; ItiTI.N OF ADtKUriNI VH.
I fMi lilllx fur JiUin, arw due ami r
alilr in abVavcb .
'I ruimietit R'Jvf rting Will I iiio-rU-l at III
rat of II U) firr (nre fur tlie Brut inwrtion
anil .V rmtH fur earh yt-.(UPlit one A lilivral
iliiM-oimt will Ii miiilv oil Uni'tit)K Bii-1
Kur Inrttrtlni? Kiiuvral ivlic t 'Xi Notice l
inn-tiiiK of nurlctk- or wart grli-r Hi cenl.-t fur
'lmrrh, Biirk-ly, Yrxttml and Hiipjwr iiniii-m
will only I inwrtwl o lv-rti- uienu
So a'tvi-rlifrm-nl will lw rtwivnl at rmt Hum
50 opiiU, ami bo aavftili-mont will I In.'.'ttM
fur l-u than thr)- il'illam r monlb
f . rJ3 i , Loca.1 Banineaa Nollcoa, of
jTjT 4 ' tan lines or uioiw, Iortd
1 ' In the Bulletin as follows :
Coinnietce Counting at ten Lines.
One insertion pr Una Cents
Two insertions pr Una 7 Cents
Three insertions per line 10 Cents
Six inset tious per line 15 Conts
Two weeks per line 25 Cents
One month per line. 33 Cents
No Reduction will be mailt iu above
AfeL.M.ON UHll.K, NO. f.l.
' r A KnijflHi I'vlluan, nj.tn every t ri
' A J 'l v tiiKtit ill hull'-punt eeven, in O-I'l-
'fl rellimV Hull. Hows,
ff? 1 liam-elhT I illiliuill-li T.
AKkXAKHKIl I.OIOK, NO '.Ml.
Iim1-i n.ii i,t Knl.-r i.i O.lil-l i l.
-ty low., nu--t- every IliurwUv niirht
i.l half-i"Ht wven, in their I'ull on
mi. in, f. uil avciitii , lM.twr-u MitUi and Sm ulh
V.--H N. A, lK-.-.jim, N ii
' 1 VM.'t J.Sl AMI-MI NT, I. 1 O ., nwll
, yii, .i-ii II. , ' Hull on Hie lirai ami tliird
i.i - l.: in i-vtry mill. Ill, nt lijlf-iu-t k-v.ii
A. I onio;,iI'
A 1. llfi l.iilx.K, Ml i17,A K. 4A.M.
Jv M il I ii ifiili-.r ...iniiiiiini jtimn in Mil-
" -'" II. ill, i-oim-r toinrtierrial uvenue
a.i'l l.it'l.lii ftrivt, on the newml ami
' run Muii'lav -l a h month.
SIMIAV. Al'fi t. ST -0. 170.
I.oeitl Meatlier Kepnrl.
Caimo. III., .Siix. le, l-o.
Tlua IIar. j lua. W isu. ti o kai,
7 a in. .v, 7'' sW ! I , I-air
II " iM.fl. 1 W . W I i; i. d
p.m. I SV I l'i Kir
i:lH" .'.,, fl' t I 1. Inmlv
JAM tin 'A1:iiN,
"Tifeurit. Siunal .Hrvi., I'. !S. A
If you need anything in the mu
sical line, Instruments, Violin and
Guitar strings, material. &c, call
at E. & W. Buder'8. They keep
the largest stock of Pianos and
Organs, &c, in the city, which
they will sell at greatly reduced
rates. Just received new stock.
Cor. 8th and Washington avenue.
Two triunci ol ba-'o bull arc on tiic
t;ipls lor to-day.
Mrs. Ibiruey ML-Mauus h;ti gmn; on :t
visit tofricnd-i in Caiindu.
A hore race iu Keniucky attracted a
number of our people to the d.u k ami
bloody ground yesterday.
to to K. .I.ini-h, f.islii, inutile boot and
pIioo inaLc r, Atlieiicum building, for the
I 'cutetininl boot. s p.i-iit
The lamily of the Ib.v. Mr. tiilliain
left Cairo on Friday, to visit relatives
mid Iricmli in Nashville, Illinois.
Mr. Tom Nayland. iIihj nitu Ibr liilten-
hou !e A r.rother. roiumision merchants,
was runstriu k yesterday attcrnoon. lie
is not dangerously injured.
Mr. Jack Hodge of L'nity precinct was
In the city yesterday. He informs us the
young people of Joneshoro will jie a
picnic In Hodge's park to-day.
Prokssor U. (i. Alvord and lamdy,
who have been do'innming in t.'hicago lor
the pa-t three week?, are expected home
the latter part of this week.
There will bu the. usual services at the
Methodic church, corner ol Walnut and
Kifihth htreets, l'ev. J. 1. tiilham, pa--
lor, thU morning an l evening. All are
invited to attend.
'1'he lliandvilli) people, who were to
have held a Tildeti and Hendricks bar
becue yesterday, postponed the demon
titration we are informed until one week
from next Thursday,
Mr. M. F. Gilbert and family hit ibis
city for .St. Mary's, Mo., yesterday,
where they will visit Judge Gilbert, of
that place. From St. .Mary's tin y will
visit the coast and the Centennial.
Go to 11. Jones, fashionable boot and
shoo maker, A tlieni iiin building, lor the
Centennial boot. S 1!1 Ct
A lively wench light on Walnut str.i-l.
near ihe comer of Fourteenth street was
the ut taction in that vieiulty yesterday
morning, out ot which will grow work
for one ol our police magistrates.
There will be services as usual at the
Presbyterian church, Kighth street, be
tween Washington avenue and Walnut
street, this morning ami evening, con
ducted by tho l'ev H. Y.George. All are
Invited to attend.
At the ('lurch ot the Ibdceiiu-r, (. has.
A. Gilbert, rector, will he tho usual
services this morning at 8 o'clock, Sun
day school at thin morning. The rub-
JectU" the sermon this evtl
'A fr"P1 fa'" Mf t"
Ject tho sermon this evening will be
5 i : i
railroad, w hi n about ten mile from Oil"
city on Friday evening wn detained
aliout three hours by three ol the ears
jumping the track. The cam that went
down tin- cmbaiiknuiil fjMfTii ifeadly
The. Padical meeting nt the court
house last night, though ia point of V
motnpV 4 it ii'bw J'rv-tiin,;v. not
a great m cri'. lion. Ike Clcmcnl ad
do'ssed Ihe crowd, but filled to embue
his hearer with much n tlius-ia-in.
The Jb jMiblicaos of this city are . w ell
lihaswl wlih'the nomination or the
Anna convention, nnd many are confi
dent that Mr. Xellis.ol this city, will lie
the next .senator Iroin this district, which
causes raerrimfcnf among 1k knowing
oiie.s of lh application.
At the Planters yesterday were P. T.
Hale, Clinton, hy.; It. Froibman, CaK
Girardeau; C. II. (ioodrich, F.vanville ;
P. C. Panlelt, Chicago; .1. II. lirown,
Springlield; T, M. pbiiiips, I. F. Ie-Int-ce,
f;. W. Iei.Mri', MKes n Anna and
Fllie li-forcc, Cincinnati ; A. W. James,
Janesville ; II. S. Wilson, F.vausville.
'1 lie Tkmgola Union says .lo-epli S:hle
gle, an old resideuter, ami a miller by
trade, removed to Cairo from this town,
and Is there in the employ ot Galligher
us chief milli r in his large flouring mill.
Th" place l ft by Mr. Schlegle is one that
can in no wise lie Jilh-d by any one of
more sterling qualities.
Another unfortunate, a car p-paircr
on the St. J.oui. Iron Mountain and
Southern railroad, who claim' to have
leen a victim ol Scott. Goodall and
Whitehead, now iu the county "all under
bail ol one thousand dollars each, await
ing the action of the county court, was
in the city yesterday.
A Tilden and Hendricks glee club
would add much to the interest ot Demo
cratic meetings in this city. The
eminent reformer, Mr. So!. Faii.baker,
is a committer on gb-e club ; but. tx-iiig a
large body, he moves slowly. He might
procure the services of liilly Dukes to
play upon bis very inii-ii-al mouth in
Tin-; Tibli-n and Hendrii-ks Sweepers
were out on parade last night, and pre
sented a line appearance. apt. Jesse
.Mcfhiflit; was iu command, with Phil.
Howard holding the colors. Passing the
I'.i i.leiin olli.-e, a halt was made, and
three he-jrty i. beers for the Plilktiv
wire given. We appreciate the compli
ment and return thanks,
Walter Haldwiu, John 15. Guest, T. A.
Canter, Lawrence Shct ban, K. S. Levos,
Cincinnati; W. D. MeClain, Chicago ;
W. 1 1. Heath. Chicago; J. G. P.uke,
Dayton, Ohio; Win. II. Mathews, New
Orleans; John P. Wood and William
Audicws, St. Louis; F.J. Snow, New-
Orleans; John Spool, ('olumbus, were at
the St. Charles yesterday.
U in. C. Mulkey is announced in this
lnor.iing'.s I!i i.i.i tiv as a candidate for
the olliec of State's Attorney for Alex
ander county. Mr. Mulkey is fast be
coming one cl'the first lawyers practicing
at the Cairo bar, and is recognized as an
aMe and elheient prosccuter. lie Is
eminently fjualilied for tlie olllee, and if
elected, wbii h we have i.o doubt he w ill
be, will do bis utino-t to discharge the
dtitiesi n a l'.i'tiliful and satisfactory man
We didn't state the aimoiinccmciit of
Col. Ii. L. Wiley's meeting correctly. It
was done by a good-looking negro ring
ing a dinner bell after the auction an-
iiiiiinceiMeiit iii'imior H -. 1 n mo e.
he shouted, "we want all de ladies and
g tnmens t de city to go dow n to Win
ter's block and hear a large speech by a
big man Col. Wiley," Put the speech
was smaller than the little mouse that
the mountain brought forth.
When Wiley comes again he will tell
the boys all about it all about how he
got out of tlie army, and nil about how
he"plaed it" upon old man Simons.
May we be there to hear ! We have
taken back Ivirby Smith and won't Fay
anything more about sore eyes ; but we
slick to Simons and the fi-neo corner.
1 lie colonel who went into the
fence corner can't go back on it, and old
man Simon.-.' form cries out against the
1J idical candidate.
The colored Democrat, Jas. T. Allen,
informs us that be was told by a white
Pepuhlican of the city, that one of the
members of the Hayes and Wheeler club
sent a threatening fetter to Ihe colored
man who was postrd to make a kciuo
eratie speech in the city last Tuesday
night, warning him to leave Cairo and
threatening to mob him. Allen ehouhl
give the name ol his informant. If the
Padicals ol Cairo are going to threaten
and intimidate our colored Democrats,
we want to know the fact. If they will
intimidate Grant must send us apart of
The seven negroes who were pulled"
by "dieritrirvin and Deputy Joint Slmc
han on Friday, were tried before Judge
Comings iu Judge Pross otllce yester
day morning. They were all, bicluding
the ".lack ol Clubs," and, with the ex
ception oi Dixy," the negro proprietor
of the "Flat-top." lined twenty-live dol-
lars uud costs, and given twenty-lour
hours to leave town, or go to jail.
"Dixy" was put under bonds of two
hundred dollars for keeping a gambling
house, and cpnlined in the county jail
because he couldn't find any one willing
to go bin bail.
The Paducali Mewt copies tho item
Iroui the Pi 1 1 1. n announcing Voor
liees and Lamar for a meeting at that
place, aad nay : " HV- don't know whero
tho Uuii-tTix got iu information, but
we would 1 glad it w e were ablo to
pronounce it correct. Messrs. Lamar
and Voorhcea hare both been Invited to
Tisifjour city but no day has Uen sot lor
ttecir coming. ?r. Vf OKhee Iras signi
fied Id? wantaguess to cftute at any timo
and we presume Mr. Lamar, now that
Congress has adjourned will appoint a
day to visit this region of country." Ve
got our Information from public rumor.
U!irtrueU i jvere noisy with the report
for evcrM days.
We regret to learn that Col. shaver,
the distinguished Itcpublican leader and
able lawyi rj has t'nkcn offense fct thfl i cpl
thttof l ra3-liofs.J tvlich wV.' applied
to hint. ' lid sity that (fraz.y Horse hlia
ver has a bad sound. So it has; but wo
thought he would like it. Learning that
he don't, we take It back. We cannot,
however, let him go without a tille. He
is ' one f the' : greaf ineti-on of the
"braves" of the Hayes and Wheeler
Scalper, and a scalper fdioul I have an
Indian name. A pcnlper Is a ravage, if
he is anything. We arc willing to accom
modate the colonel in this matter, and
would be pleased to have him select his
own title. How woulJ he like to be
balli-d as Puffato Chip Shaver ?-or Pos-nuii-iii-a
llolc? or, the Little Antelope
with a I'.obbcd Tail?-or Sitting Call?
llr. (.rani's man, 5li Kealg, who rims
the "boys," bo:h white and black, in
the city, ia distinguished by the high
sonndiug title, the Man with tlie Windy
Paunch and fJig Windy. Mr. Davis is
known as Sitting Bull, Mr. Wilcox as
Mr. Nellie-, as the Man-Who-Didn't-Gel-There;
Mr. Yost as tlie Man-'J'oo-Lazy-to-Not-Grow.
Col. Shaver is as dUtin
guished as any ol these, except I lg Big
Windy McICeaig, and be ought certainly
to be sati-lied with one of the names
we have suggested. Crazy Horse Sha
ver is, in our opinion, very fine ; but it
is just possible that, being somewhat po
etical in his ia-te, the colonel would be
better pleased with Ihe I.itllc-Atitelope-with-the-Bobbed-Tuil.
" If so, why so ;
if not, why so, also," as Capt. Bunsby
would put it.
We were yesterday handed tho lullow
ing, which was taken Irom the Fort
Smith, Arkansas Herald, by a prominent
gentleman of this city, with the request
t hut it be published in the local columns
of the l'i i.i.t i ix. as it is his belief there
arc many in our city who may profit by
Keeping to one's w If ail praise ol a
pa-tor may do Very well it people- would
keep their censure to themselves. Some
limes a man will preach well a year,
and notiody will say a kind
thing ahout it. But let
him make one mistake, miscall a word,
trip in bis speech, omit a notice, inisnuui
ber a hymn and a dozen people will run
alter him to led him of his bluuu-T be
lore he reaches tlie door. This constant
censure on one m le and the omission to
commend on the other, has driven many
a pastor from bis pulpit through dis
couragement. "F.stectn biiu very
highly lor bis worn'i sake,' is the in
junction of St. Paul ; "Tell him of your
esteem," is tho injunction of common
A popular pastor was settled near Bos
ton, lie was a brilliant young man and
Ids people were very proud ol til in. His
congregation waslaige and prosperous.
It was ea.cl he had tlx; best aeilleuitnt In
tlie neighborhood. He became moodv,
discontented and ' disheartened. He
poured his complaints into the ear of a
sympathizing friend "I think I shall
leave my church. 1 don't think my jieo
ple care anything about me. They pay
close attention to my preaching but Ihey
never say anything about my ser
mous. 1 don't know whether 1 meet
their spiritual wai.ts or not." Just then
a flattering call came from a neighboring
state. The parish was up in arms. The
parsonage was thronged. "Oh, we
can't spare you ! You won't find any
where a people that thinks as much of
you as we do. We'll raise your salary,
put inn new organ, enlarge the church,
paint and fresco." The pastor was as
tounded, and could only say, "If 1 had
known this earlier I would not have
thought of leaving."
Caiuh, li.i.s., Aug., l'J, 1S7G.
Mr. Loitor t The following "special"
appeared in tlie Chicago Trlh.ote of the
Special Dispatch to the Tribune.
Caino, Iu.., Aug., 17, There is fome
excitement in this city on account of the
rumor that the Illinois Central railroad
company proposes to change Its base at
this end that is, intends to go out of the
limits ol the city ot Cairo at 'an early day
as a result of certain orders and decisions
of the circuit court of this county, requir
ing of the roads iu Cairo large expendi
tures and entailing heavy losses Irom
changes required on buildings, tracks,
etc. Mr. Clarke. Chief Engineer of the
Illinois Central, is iu the city, uud his
presence gives color to the report. In
tact, some ot the representatives of Ihe
road do not hei-itatc to gay that the com
pany means business.
As a local item it also appeared in the
Against the latter 1 have no objection
to make ; but I do think it poor policy to
telegraph tiich a rumor, for it was noth
ing more, to one of tho most prominent
western newspapers, and thereby give it
an importance which a local would not
Such telegrams as tlie above are good
material for Cairo's enemies to make
capital out of.
With the reputation given us in "Web-
ster," lor which Wm. A. Wheeler Is
given the credit, to build upon, and suc h
Crazy Horsc'lcl-grams, we appear to the
outside world only a little better than
the great, but prejudiced Englishman,
painted us iu days gone by,
While 1 am well aware that it is a cor
respondent's duly to gather tho news, I
did not think that a ciiien whose inter
ests were centered here would be so care
less of our reputation ns to telegraph
damaging reports like tlie above.
I suppose ihe next we may expect
front the above brilliant mind will be a
telegram to the elici t that the levee has
gone into the river, and as the "bull pup"
of the white hoiwi won't allow our ap
propriation to lie used to protect us, tho
iH'ople are h aving in crowds hound for
J. OEOtU.K l tlNIIOLUK
on Eighth etrect, two door from Alex
ander County Bank, is Ihe place to get a
fashionable hair rut or a smooth shave
or anything eUe ui Ihe barber line. La
dies' ami children' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
6-38-tf . , .
Ieintrnlle Nee I las;.
The torchlight procession of Company
"A" of the Tilden ami Hendricks
Sweepers had the effect to draw out a
food erowd, and the Democratic meeting
at the pole last night was a decided suc
ecss. Mr. Oberly was called for by the
crowd and took the stand. He nomina
ted lor president of the meeting, the
Hon. Thomas Wilson, who was unani
mously elected by the crowd. County
Clerk Jacob Lynch was chosen
eecretary, nnd Chptalj Jesse Mc-
llaflUv Walter McKee, Henry Stout,
Charles K. Slack and P. H, Corcoran,
vice-presidents. Mr. Oberly then read a
preamble and set ol resolutions, emphat
ically denouncing the action ot President
Grant.in ordering troops to the South,
which were unanimously adopted and
ordered printed in the Bi i letin, Chi
cago Tt.nti and St. Louis Times,
and which will nppear in the
Bl'Li.etix on Tuesday. Mr. Oberly
then retired, and Jlr. Linegar was
loudly called on. He answered the sum
mon, and made a lengthy and effective
speech, which was frequently and
boisterously applauded. Judge Mulkey
t. eii made a short and spicy speech, and
was followed by Mr. Oberly, who was
again called for, and after speaking for
a short time retired, and the meeting ad
journed. the ItMillcal luliinltlationa.
Cairo, August 20ih. l7i.
Eiiitok Bri.LF.Tix : It has been as
serted that Jim OrangC w as the cause of
the colored man. Mr. Bosier. rot speak
ing here on last Tuesday night ; but I
have learned from a white Itcpublican,
whose name I withhold for tlie present,
but width 1 will give if required, that it
was not Orange, but a white man belong
ing to the Hayes and Wheeler club, that
sent him a note informing him that he
could not make & Democratic speech
here that if ho did, they would mob
him, and that he had better leave town.
J as. T. Allen.
ficorge Clarke dominated.
The lollowiug will explain itself:
Navy Depart-west, (
Wasiiixotoh, O. C, Auk- I j, ItfTii. j
Sir You are authorized to report to
the superintendent ot the naval acade
my at Annapolis, Md., on the 12th of
September, next, for examination as to
your qualifications tor appointment as a
cadet midshipman in the I'nited States
.should you be found qualified, you
will receive an appointment bearing the
date of your passing ttu examination,
but your pay will not commence until
you have joined the academy. Travel
ing expenses will be allowed only to
those who successfully pass the examina
tion an I receive an appointment.
This H-rmit w ill tie void after tlie time
specified for reporting, and immediately
upon receiving it you will inform the de
partment whether it is your intention to
present yourself for examination. You
will also certity over your own signa
ture, to your exact age, Mating the day
of the month and year ot your birth.
Acting Secretary of the Navy.
Mr. UeorffeE Clark, of Cairo, Illinois, Eigh
teenth tonirrmoional District, lllinoi. Care
or Hon. W m. llartzell, House of itepreseuia
We again offer to George our hearty
congratulations, and predict for him a
bright career. He will Ieav this city for
Annapolis about the first of the cominsr
Au luimena biorit ('omlnaT
By a communication from Mr. Oscar
Haytborne, dated at Boston, wc are ill-
formed that helms purchased FOR CASH,
and consequently at the very lowest
price;;, the largest slock ot boots and
shoes ever bought for the Cairo market.
He wishes our citizens all to know that
he will give them the benefit of his great
purchase, and he will sell at licttcr rates
than ever before. Hold your orders till
he comes. 8-20--lr.
Olirmiral Iy Work.
Ollleo corner Eight street and Com
mercial avenue, in Reisers building.
Silks, Wool, half Wool Shawls, etc.,
cleaned and dyed to any shade or color.
Gentlemen's clothing dyed, cleaned, re
paired and put iu thorough order. Satis
S-S-illm E. Semens' & Co.
Waii Dkcahtukkt. Hiver Rkpct, )
Auir. l'. Is7(i I
Jlclow hie-h water or is? .
Serireaut, Suruul service, U. S. A.
Steamer .lames Fisk, Paducah.
" Kanawha and tow, St. LouU.
John A. Seudder, St. Louis.
' Liberty No. I, tow, O. river.
" Ste, Genevieve, St. Louis.
Stcauwr Jaiuca Fb-k, raducah.
Ste. (icnoU ve, Vlckobur,;,
" John A. Seudder, New Orleuns. j
Kanawha ami low, iron ton.
Tlie Jamea Fik had a very good trip
Tlie Idle-wild did not t-t into port
until nearly dark from F.vanvillc.
II train Hill took the Charley Hill to
the wreck ol tho Tat. Cleburne, at
Suawncetown, yesterday morning.
Captain Hob Wise, with his new
Ktcaincr, James W. Gofl, lelt Cincinnati
last uijcbt lor Memphis. The Golf,
which boat Is aid to be oue of ihuiiueat
on ihe Ohio river, will be here on Tues
day evening, and Captain Wise cordially
invites all his friends In tills city to visit
aud inspect her.
The Kanawha came dowu from St
Louis with three bargea ot ore for Irou
tou, and then returned to that port.
The John A. Scuddsr arrived yes
terday morning troiu St. Louli with
Pnti-liuiy :i o
IxilllnMllK s C
Naaliviilr 3 U
St. Loin Ii 3
Memphis 14 i
New Ui leuus -I
good trip. , Included lo her cargo are 50
bead of Cattle. I She made additions of
considerable freight here, and got away
The Ste. Genevieve passed np for St,
Louis on Friday night.
.Y 4 OeaaT .
; - ' ' ' For
Fifty cenU, at Winter's Gallery.
GREAT REDUCTION IN RATES
Illinois Central Railroad,
TOT GREAT AIK-LIKI X0UTE.
Cairo to Xew York. $16 00
" " PIT LADELPHIA, 14 75
" " Baltimore, 14 60
" " Washington, 14 60
Passengers by this Line have choice ot
routes, via Cincinnati, Indianapolis, or
Chicago, the only line ruumug I wo
Daily Ikai.ns from Cairo lor all points
PansrnsfM l.envlnc nlro MMnrrfnjr
nnriiMi will atrriv in rniiia
delpht and Mrw Vairk MoaitMjr
nornlnic, SA hoan ahraA
of nmy other Line.
Don't purchase tickets for the East
until you get our rates, 'i hey arc tlie
lowesr. Jas. Johxsox, ucirl. Agent.
J. II. Jones. Ticket Agent. 8-19 2t
The Old Reliable
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Has re-opened his establishment in the
VTnere can be found an extra flDe sto:k
of ifoods in his line.
Give Jones a cull. 8-19-tf.
English Brussels. Three Fly and Ingraio,
also, St .ir Carpi t,Velvei'ItU)f, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, e'c., w ry cheap
at the Old Place
112 PULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets carefully parked ard sent to any
part of the United btitcsfrec of charge.
O-SEND.FOR PRICE LIST."
7-4-ly. J. A. BENDaLL.
The B. A M Railroad Go's Lands I The Best
Airru'Ultural and block Country tn America I
GOOD LANDS INA GOOD CLIMATE
tow vrices Lctiif Credit. Low turn ami
Freights l'reniiuiu f -r Improvements Hre
Fan to Land Bnverv tfPor lull imrticulrr.
apply to 11. 4 U. K.R Co., Burlington, Iowa.
By virtue of an execution to nie directed
by the Clerk of the circuit Court of Alex
ander County, In the S'ate of I'dnois, in
favor of Bernard McManus and agtinst
James A. Fry. I have levied upon the Inl
1 iwing described pri'pe.ty, in Fir-t Addit
ion to Hi? city of Calm, in the Coun y ot
Alexander and State of IlUncti, to-wit :
All of tho rk'ht title and interest of said
James A. Fry in and to lot outnhf red thir
teen (13i in tilo-:k numbered fortv.Mtcn i-tTi
which 1 shall offer at D Jl lh- ea e the
South-west door of the Court House in te
City ol Cairo, in the County ol Ale.ando
and State ol Illinois, on the tilth duv ol Oc
toher. A. D.. 1K76. at the hour of eleven
o'clock, A. M., for cash, to aatisfy said ex
ecution. Alex. II Irviv,
Sheriff of Alexander County, Illinois.
Cairo, IIU.,Jiilv 12, 187(1. dtd
Py virtue of an execution to me ilirertwl tv
the r.le'k ol Ihe circuit court of Wavne
county, in the State of Illinois, in favor of Vt'il.
hum .Shaeffer andainunut Kllen Trousdale, I have
lev leit upon tlie lolluwiiiu ile'ribel property,
in thin county of Alexander and Mate of Illinois,
Lou numbered one (I), two (2), three 1.1),
four (-1). live (i), nix (H), seven (7) ami eiirht (i),
all in block munberuil ten (1") , in the third ad
dition to the citvofi airo, in the county of Alex
ander and stateof Illinois, atlianroierty of the
mid Mien Trounlale, which I "hull offer at Diiblic
tialeat the Muth-wet uoorof thet olirt House
in the city or Cairo, in the com v of Alexander
and .State of Illinois on the 31th iiay of AuKUxt,
A. I , 1S7H, at the bmir of eleven o'clock, a.m.,
fur Ca.ili, to aatiify said execution.
Al-fc-X. II. IRVIN,
Sheriff Aluxamler County, Ills.
Cairo, Ills. . Auif. 8th, K-7ii. d-td
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
Vn, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jromptlv attended to.
tefirTo large consumers and all
iianufacturers, we are prepared
x supply any quantity, by the
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIK0 CITT COAL COM? AT.
trf-Ualliday Bro 'solHoe, No 70 Ohio I.evea.
V'ilairiday Bro. 'a w hurl boat.
(t-At t-K5 plian Mills, or
ri-At Hie Coal lluuiu. foot af ToutT-EiKbth
tf-Post OlBce Drawer. SIM.
O CALLAHAN & HALL,
Booflasand Guttering a Speoialty
Slate Jloofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bode, Pumps, Stoves
4mUmm IVesByUy P
Sonlhern fllslrlct of Illinois. At Cairo tb
The undi.ri.ltfnciil hae.liv -m
h s appolDtmeut as asfltgnra of WaUon M.
nuvawen, lace oi cairo, in ID luaty of
Alexander and State of Illtnol, wlibln aid
dililriclL vhn has haB ,lnir1.1 h.nk,i
upon his own petition by the rliatiict court
.iu innnch utunusIlillLII,
ug 1 7U3W Anlynea.
Br Virtue or avntin tn m AlrmiA t
the clerk of the cirrnil court nf A l..w
couniv. In Ihe atateof Illinois, in favor ol El
len Hal fth and affainst BemaH cmyth, I bare
i"'"!"!"" iiiwin ueaeriMM property.
In this ronnty of Alexander and Male of Illi
l-ots niunbcred twelve (12) and thirteen (is) la
til k nuntberetl two (0 ) the uoliviileloihalf
('-,) of lot numbereit eight (ri) In block auro
lierwl twenty-seven (27i lheundivtlt-il one-half
r ,( oi iota narooerea seventeen (17) ami elfrh
ttn (IU) in block numbered thirty all in
the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and ftale
of Illinois. AIo lot numbered seven (7) in
im'tb numiiereu iweniy-six to), lot nnmoered
l hive (i) in block aumbered ibny-Av 4A), lot
numbered thirty-aevm ( U) In Mock numbered
forty-seven (47), lot umbered tea (in) in block
numb-red eighty-three ( The I ewe bold I
tere.-t in and to hit numbered eight () In block
numbered eighteen (In), toaUir with the
bn lilinfnand improvementa aitsMied thereon,
all al(i lat mentioned lots and blocks boihir si t
ualeil in the tint addition lo the city of Cairo, In
the county of Alexander and Stat of Illinois, as
the property of the said ilernard Smyth, which
I 'hull iiner at public anle at the onth-westd- or
of the i ourt House in Die city nt airo, in the
county of lexan!er and Slate of ll'lnois on the
llth day of ul A l l,0. at tlie hulir of
eipvm o elock, a.m , lor 1 s-h, to :,tirf raid
execnlion I I X. II IKVIN.
Shrrlffof Alexan'lerco;ify, 111
Cairo, Ms., AUunib IB74. tl-ul
Event at the national Capital
AMD THK CAMPAIOH Oar la7fl.
Inst the buok for the times. Gives a lull history
of the Nuiional Capital and Government. Shows
how the irovernment ha been manngeU since lta
ormniistion. Lxplains bow lobs are put
throuifh oonarreas. I.Ives a lull history of Ihe
WhlKky framls and TVIknap Scandal. It fives
Ihe lives of Huves, H heeler, Tilden and Hen
dricks. Uraml cbani-e tor prenti Address.
-17-www J. II, i, HAM BKI13 8t. Louis. Mo.
Will, of course, winu to ee all the sight
com ortahly and cheuply. To tlili end the
CANADA SOUTHERN R'T COMPANY
ha, tor ugh it onnertlon In tna W-i
and Northwest, placed on aale a .large
number of Tocrists xcCRroX Tickkts
at preatly reduced rjteg, by which passen
gers can not ooy vUU tbeCenteoaial Ex
hibition at rbiladclphla, but can,' in addit
ion, Unit the prin. ipaleaetern citie,wtihan
opportunity stopping at any ot the great
nuxher of Inmous resoru In New York
and P.-nnsjlvanla. The CANADA tsOV 1'H
EKN Is the only line from the west running
directly to Niagara Fall, giving prn
gers, truui their .in, a wonderful panoramic
view ot the MIGHTY CATARACT,
HO .SE SHOE FALL, the GRKAT
RAPIDS, and l.indini( them directly at the
Kails The tr k ol the I AN iDA SOU I H
ERS ii ao airline, laid with steel rail- o
he hi a ic-t pattern ; th- re are no curve
or grades ; wo id la uied lor tuel ; Coaches
tre furiii-bed with the Winchell Patrnt
Ventilator, ensurl g prefect fr;d m from
dast. Wi h lta complete ytem ot magnif-
ccDt PAhL'jR SLEEPINU AND DRAW
ING ROOM CARS from CHICAGO
DE rROlT AND TOLEDO, and Its admir
able connection! at MAiiARA F LLS
AN 1 1 BUFF A to wuh thd NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RILVYS, the
Canada Soutbein it fast becoming the
FAVORITE LINE TOT lEE&hT. Tickets
via this popular line can be procured-at al
ofHces of zonDectlng lines, or at the com
pauy's own offices.
Any information cm be obtained by ad
UreshiDK FRANK E. SNOW,
Oen'l Paul, and t lekei Ag'l. DToiT.
How To Make osier.
We will state thut tue surest, beat and
sp.-eilie-i wy to "multiply aud Inc eaac"
U to call at No. 12 WaJ Mn-et, tw Yolk,
and consult with Alex Froth nghum Co.
Thee getitlemen, who have in been
identified with the bititory and alT.irs of
Wall sirctt. are unusually skilled In mone
tary affiirw, and in everything ap.ertaimnj;
to kpeculation, are unexcelled for ability
and p oUcicncy. It uia, alio be aid thut
of the many Krokers in that city tliey are
not only the most popu ar, tut also the
uioht luccesstul, bent patronized, and most
widely known in or near the vicinity of
Anion the customers ot the house of
Alex Frotbingbam & Co , are some o' our
leading and representative citizens, who
are mainly Indebted to the labors of this
Dim lor much ol the wealth they now enjoy.
Durin the Ion and successful exper
ience ol Messrs. Alx. Frotbingbam A Co.,
in this ci y they have earned for themselves
an enviable reputation for honesty, Integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a business almost
coloal iu i's proportions. In fact, the
amount of bueiueNS done by tbisbouee in
Ihe course of a year is something wonder
ful, anu otten i-irms the subject ot com
ment. It needs but a visit to tbelr spacious
..tUcesiu Wall street to prove the truth of
the ..hove statement.
How they manage to convert 910 to $20,
I'Jn to ?Mi, 4i iuto 80, and s on, is a
secret which they alone oan explain ; but
thut tiu-y succeed in uoing so i a tact t o
well kuowa to admit of doubt II you
wou'd saie'y nd profltaoly Invest your
money. d not hesitate t favor t'-ls dnn
with your caah and confl 'ence. - Thai by so
doii.g yu will rp ai abundant re a d,
the ex.- rlcn-t o' tnu en 's ot ur bot
cizciis ii'et. Tin ue s'ty of t king
s ,ch a ii'se in H-t im i t ' it-riiu-hunk
ui.dn uim I 1- i ten i musi 'e n
i iitciil lo tU in. i i.ni.ii'j . u sni c-i i. -utm.
l- i- 'I i r ot'ai tl m & , a
(i c; r d i 1 1 ie I mo y to i-y - ou t iu
ih' in -i se nrii rs, a nl l- . very "i c
ti'" in w l -h iho may be rut ed u r
auier en If- at s au iou toihose wkjbouor
iht-tii it b their pat onage
jjgroiH fr iheir icxpliiatory Circular
auu Weekly Repnr a. which they mall free
lo all who U sire t em. from A' Y, Jf
tropolU. April id. I8T6. 7-lfl-e -dJm
a- uuuLvi'i Hitter H'lss sf Irosi
has never been known to fail lo the cure of
weitkn ss, attended wlili ym toms; imlls
pusiiioii iO exeith.n loss of memory . d'fll
culty oi breaming, geneia1 we knrs, horror
. . ,r. . i. .. ....... ii.. i
UI ulsraM:. wraa, uriiiiu,u,iuiiii'-g wrm.-
lul hoir rot d aih, uihl sweata, col feel,
wexkoess. imn as of visi- n, languor, uni
ve:sal as I udo ot the uiuacu'er sy tern,
enormou sppel' witu dy iptlj a mp
mui, h a hu i , fl u-hh g oi the to iy, dry.
....... .. .I.. .L-iii .,lll,4 ii.iiiiilrini e. .Nil
erupiion- n tlie face, purilyiu.' the blod.
freuuri.t tiluck ots fl ing before the yea
I U ICUIJ M l J .U1U-IVH m"M W r.,u.,
... .nan I n -I., 'I'Iiasm .vmnlnTn.
Ull VI nn.ii u, M J I" -
all aiise from a weakness, and t" r. medy
.1.... .. .. L' V I.,. Iul- It, 1 1... W I n a ,.l
Uai, M-w V - ."in. .. mv .
I . . It wil.i 1'hnilHHiiil. km HAW
er joying b-alth who have used it. Take
oi.ly E. F Kunkel'a.
rkwar- ol counieriett anu oase imita-
.,.... . . l.-....l,l 1,...- U'.n. .Il.nii
liuna ns nuuAr. - .u v. -vm .
o well kuuD all oier the country, drug-
. . ... I - . I . l...W..l..n BM. I,.
118 IIII UIirilCIUIIKV -II IU1,.,IVN Ml .
to el' it od o the r eust mrrs, when thsy
caH lor Kunkcl'.B tter Win of lro".
Kunke 's mrer ina oi imp is ru uf
only in 1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
niueU put ou the out an e wiih the pro-
prietor s yuoioirraiin ou m- " -1 1-
. , . t . . . ... ' I ... k- nw ika 1 hntOa
eacn dui aij i
grapa on -he nuUiJe. aud you wUl amaye
be Mire to get the neuuin. One doUsr per
MtL k:.l i aS SO srlfMlanVaVia. a M SB 1
DOT 1 16, Of miX I Or wu
n .- v..-li- Wuraa HeriiB auee Csila
to ai'ea roy P' rieai anJ lrna b VWiau.
br Kuu-sl, te only suceesaiul pk) sieiaa
aaxi rs uiu s iiv ivis - . w mi
a ive. l'b be ti. anil no lee until rvo.,
, I teMa.. Ik.1 It i m. W.n
lie e moved, a I o Iter orsa can lead! y
de-tfoyed. bVi d or elru'ar lo tr. K
v ..i si., ana ai.k Mi.k sum. stllaiaA.
pbia. Pa,. t call ea yor diufr' ask
I " . .... . m .,,. ft. aeiin.
IU.. SI AS Ifta
rnwi iwi w