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J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
-AlcxanJr.r county lund, Cairn lots,
Aeliunvji' for St. Louis property.
- A lino residence on comer llullrook
nuf and Twcnty-tMrd street, ftt a
'1 1 iv noutli hull of the "Pilot" house at
Several Alio rutn In Winter' blin k.
(Jood two tnry brick atiitablc lor
.i n and oflH-e on Commercial nvpntie,
jet worn Kleventli and Twi lftli.
--Uriels dwelling corner Ninetet nth
Hid Poplar streets.
Salom :ind llxturrs, aoiitttwcst corn
r Eighteenth strut and Commercial
viuie, Ht a tuirg'tin.
OweUintf hon e on Cross street, wen
(it Wa-diiiigtou avenue.
Two business. hou- 'ii litvee street,
tovc Eighth, $20 each
Store room on Con:nerclal a von in-,
lext to Waverly hotel, $10.
Two story home on Commercial av
enue. Tw o tenement suitable for chops
ftoie room. ;orner Twentieth and
Up talr of house on Commercial av
enue, near H'th street. Stiitsl-le for
Tenements numbered ' and 10
Winter How, 5 room each fur jdO
ler mouth. In flrt-cla. order.
Orphan Asyiutn building and premi
se. Itenl low, to a good teiunt.
Jtore room, corner Twentieth and
W ashington avenue, $12 a month.
Kooins In various part ot the city.
EOK LEASE OK SALE.
Lands In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
We have tbi day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tool
idc, of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All order for Irauict
etc., should be aent to him or left at
thin office. W'c la-speak lor him the lib
iTiility ol patronage that ha been be
stowed upon in. Hi assortment ol
moulding i complete-, price beyond
competition and In' guarerite- j-atUfac-tion
in ail cases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 170.
U aiiim 1U lleu: Co.
Thai In Snloon-aranl tree l.uach.
faecket, proprietor of the popular
Thalia saloon, cornor ot Tweltth street
and Washington avenue, exeeN all
other, in his line of business In hi free
lunche. Krery morntng at fen o'oilock.
Mr. Jaerkt 1 apreada a lunch v bkh would
Uo honor to any saloon In the land. Hi
friends should make a note of this and
give liitn a call. JO-Jlm
J. Wfwrif Nlelntaouae.
on Eighth street, two doors troin Alex
ander County Bank, U the plaw to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth ch-ivc
or anything else In the barber line. La
dies' and children' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
I'or a amooih bave, a nt at and f.rdi
lonable haircut, or retreading chanir no,
go to F.d. Braxton, at the planters' barbt r
parlor. Ihe b-st of perfumeries and
hair tonics always kept on hand. Tbe
tialh room connected with tbls cstabli.-h-tnent
is tbe itily one In tlm city, and Is
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for the convetiietic f customer. tl
ha the Inrpe-tand tiui -t etock ot Boys'
und Youth' clothing that has ever been
In Cairo, lie ct n suit a child from four
up to any ace, at prices to etilt the
.VXJ pieces of prints, K"0 pieces jeuns,
NO p;eces of tnualin. New styles and
best brands at the New York -tre. Full
iue of dry good... 11-2 ft
J!rK. Oaniel Latupert will continue the
barber huincM of her late husband, at
the old ataud on Elahth etreet between
Washington and Cotuiiierel.il. The idiop
will be under the supcrvi-ioii of John
Lampcrt who i a tirt-closs barb r and
invites old and new customers to give
him a call. tt.
Thirty-live mn arc uow employed by
the government upon our levee, who
are doing finch excellent work that re
vived couiidencv U awakened iu our
people to Euch an extent that they rush
in large number to the City Shoe Store,
to supply themselves with all kinds of
winter boots and fchoes. iU
A. Black i? doing an excellent whole,
sale business this season, having only be
gun the venture thla full and has reason
to believe .hat a good trade In the boot
and shoe Hue cim be built up " this city
by a little enterprise. He calls the trade's
f-peclal attention to tin fact that he will
duplicate the bills of any house either of
St. Louis or Cincinnati. 3t
A. Black Is doing a very extensive
business and U now receiving his second
full etock ot hoots and shoes from Boston.
EYery one ehould make It their special
Interest to examine It. It Is undoubtedly
tho largest finest and best -.elected ever
brought to this city before, and the
greatest bargain in nil grades ore of.
A llrst-claas runner Is wanted nt tho
Delta houn. Call immediately. None
but a first-class, one need apply. tf
Qreat attractions" for ladicand mines'
'n line styles of button and dde laced kid
aud morroeo shoes are offered to-day by
A. Black at tbe tity shoe store. 3t
Stuart d Oholson are oftVrhig the
cheapest lino ot ladle and rhildrens'
underwear orer offered In this city.
Also an elegant line of gent' underwear
at price that cannot be r.pproucheu in
ar.r other botiiw. 1 1
' " Tok'HtKirV.
We ate authoriaeU to announce .lnHJf It.
K'WINSON a a oIMa for sberilt nr Alex
amltrcouutY. al the coiuIok omnty electi'in.
We are mi'tunn d toaanoiince Phi Kit BAl'P,
for an taik-pendeut eandaiafct for MwrilT of Al
HAtvli r r-ountj , al I lie ensuing count; elatfinB.
lierT'iu Bri t.iriai I'leaee annminue Hint I
til a raii'lliinte for the offli-e of NtRte Attorr.ry
lur Alexander count I at Uie November eiee
Wn are iutliOrUnl to announce UV.O. W .
Hfc.NKKIIKS JK , an a caaiMate at tlie No
jeltitierelertinn, f-ir State Attorney for Alex
tIKCt IT I LI. KK .
We ure authorized to announce WII.I.IAM
W M'I'IIKK IKKS H a Candidate f"r l ire-lit
Clerk of Alexander county at tin- .mm county
We are a'Mhnrjred ' to annnum-e JOHN l).
It A UMAX ix a candidate f.,r tiie ofliee of ( ir
cuit c lerk of Alexander citunty nt the erisuiii
We am aathorUfl lo annmu-e JOHN A.
KKKVh an a cuidiila'e for tbe otUr ol t irruit
Clerk at Uie November election.
We arentith'irUed to announce W. K. 1'ITfJH KK
n a ranltUte tor tfe ottl e of l.'ir.-'lit U tic of
Alexumler county at the November election.
We ure autliorluM to announce CYl't'S
( lSK an an Inili iienent caii'li'lte for t.'ic !
floe of Circuit ( Irrfc of A!exnler county at tlie
election Novtnibpr Tth, 17''.
HR CrXTY tJOMMI.aoiO.Nr.il.
We arc authorised to announre the imme tf
AI.KXANUKK IIOlMiK-, a a rar.ctictiile
forilie ifliie of i 'mm ! iomr a I he cnuiiif
We are authutiM-l lo iintiouu.f Mail in Urown,
ol I In Des, rn a i.itviidte feir ouuly tomnns
hlonrr of Al biii1i r count j at thecn-uing i-cmity
We are authorize) in announce JOHN Ht'H
TKN. of lH7.!KVriHMl iterm t, a a ran'li'lale for
the oUii-e of I omity Coiumin-iotier ol Alti.n
1t county at the Nuvein'x r eln lion.
I'Ull ( OltOXr.lt.
W mi- a'lfli'rir.e-l It announre the nmnr r,
Milcs W. 1'AKRr K, tor the otlic of lorotierof
Alexaniler l ouiite, nt the teiiftiin county eUv-lion.
TL ESOAV.XOVEMIIEi: 7. 1876.
Loral Weather Report.
Canto. III., Xov 'i Itf7.
IUn ; liia. I W iKt. I Ykl.
7 a m.
i rv4 I il
t.'j : jo '
Sergeant, flurnal hervltv. I. . A.
Itftnember the Hough aivJ He;
eompany'a tall Mouuay nlgtit.
Bill Head i and Monthly Statemcntu, pink
ati'J yellow, at the Bi i.i tTiN ofliw. tl
I or stale.
A ii cond band linger bewing tnachine
or aalc cheap. Apply at S'.c'.vnrt A
Winter auction room.
At the N. w York store lor $2.0 per
puir; Brogans for J LOO per pair; Shoes
of ail kiti'lH at very low prici ll-2-5t
Tbe )argct and flf.est ijtock of Cents'
Furnlahing Ciooda can be found at Ike
Walder'a, corrur of Sixth und Ohio
I. eve e.
Every citizen should attend the Iloutfh
and 1'endy tire company at Scheel's hall
Monday night. ImpropT characters
nil' not be admitted.
Ladle old Watch.
For file, a ladies Elgin hunting e.;sc
gohl watch ; retail price $73 GO, wlil be
r-old fur ; 00 has never been iiol.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
Miter Tea el.
Otic .iger. Smith - Co.'s silver tea
iet. Triple plate, 0 pieces, entirely new,
retail price $ft Ol, can Ixi bnglit for
fl'i on. Apply toE. A. Burnett.
Wnnled ,VlO Men.
To call at the corner d .ixth strict and
(bio levee. Ike W'a'.dcr ha.s a large
stock ol Overcoats mid Men and Boys
suit. at prices to suit the tune.
f or fcule r I.ec f Ite Arllnatou
This well known and popular hotel i
now oftered for ale or lease, on easy
terms. Fur particulars inquire on the
prciuivcs. Thos. B. Ei.li,
New II am,
" It. Bacon,
New B. W. Flour.
Laid iu bucket. ,
Hominy and Grit,
Full line ot Staple and Fancy Grocer
ies, Canned Goods, etc.,
Which we offer to the trade at bottom
figures. Xr.w York Stokk.
Tor tal at Auction Valuable
The property known as the McKenr.ie
residence, situated on lots 31 and 34, and
15 and Id. block 53, In the city of Cairo,
fronting 50 feet on Filth street and 50 feet
on Sixth street, now occupied by D. L.
Davis, will be gold nt publio auetiou on
Saturday, November 18th, 1S76, at ten
o'clouk a.m., on the prenikes. This is
oue of tho in )t desirable rer-klenc.es in
the city commodious, In good repair,
supplied with gas, aud title perfinjr.
This property may be purchased at
private aalu prior to lUh Inst., by appli
cation to Samuel 1. W heeler, w bet e ab
straet of titlt may be seen. Terms ot
hale .1.500,cardi Iu hand; balance on one
i years lime with six per cent interest.
I Petered payment secured bv deed of
; trust on premise.
1 Wmtm & Stewart,
j 11-3-dtJ Auctioneer.
Stuart A Gboln.
1 Having postponed our purchases ot
; woo'en good until now, we are In a ion
dltlotj to offer flannel?, blankets, water
proofs, etc., tt ten per cunt, less than the
; tame otto bo bought ciEowhorc it
Wo r ndcrstind that a Urfe number of
tleket vntalftlnrr the ii.imeaof n!HKin
CKTfitic eandldates nationnl, state, con
gressional and reprewniatlvc ditrict, ex
cpting the name of lion. Jese Ware for
State Senator, for which Un: mm of
C. I . Nellix, the Undical candidate 1 suK
slitisted. Tbl ticket huuld be watched.
Let every Iteinoeratle voter be frn his
guard. ; '
1'ofe tor the vh&lc lMiicrnlle itntr
tck , nnii Ih'r'hy nrryirf. pood y-'-mimtnt
ari'l nn er'jnomi'nl rjnr:.lttrt -f thr puhttr
o 'a rr Them.
"No federal Interferenec In state elec
tions," It the try of tbo people ot this
city and county. Wt. . uivo no use for
t'nlted States marshal.
I of f'jr Ilirt .rll.
I 'of fir ,. Wiif.
Vntr. for I.'i lit.
How open tloes n sllgtit cough or cold
lead to the tnut serious eon-e'iuenees.
Keep lr. Bull's cough svrup at home.
Physician pi escribe it. Thousands take
it. Price 25 cents.
'otr. tht wh'.-tf D-iHQcrvtlc ticl.rt,
y',ll f. ' h'tfrr for h" ;iig 'font $n.
Atmoie A Co.'s minee-meat took the
flrt premium at the centennial. For
ale in any fpiantity at Stratton A Birds.
AIo "gold soaii.'"
Vote f ir Tit'i' H, th'tdriekt nnl ll'form,
and nyniMt fnl'ral nturpation in xtntr elec
tion. Vol.- tnrly
Let every Democrat vote caily and
then put in the balance ot the day work
ing lor tin? success of the Democratic
ticket. Do not let I'nited States mar
ahal keep you away from the polls.
Vote fur the chule. Democratic tnte.
ticket, ami thereby ecwe good government
and an etrinohiical expenditure of tli piMie
The appointment of a hord of United
Slates marshals to attend the elections In
tlii-s Mate to-day, is only another steo to
ward centralization by tbe party in
power. A f.ur and free el"ction U w hat
we want and will have.
Y'-U for Hzrtu'.l, t&friri.d of Cu'i-:.
The people of Ibis city should come
out to-day arid by an overwhelming Dem
ocratic majority show that they do not
propose to be cowed by Federal Interfer
ence in our stub; elections. This much is
due to our cH repet t.
Vtj'e f 'i' .Ti'.
My wife, Mary Adams, having left my
bed and board, I hereby give notice that
1 will not be rei-ooiisible lor any debt she
rory contract iu my name.
Cairo, Nov. 6. 1S7C. at
Vote the whole Democratic ticf.rt.
cll fit I better for having dorie bo.
l.rtr-.k( Mule Vet
nnoLi l fiiNiTciti:
AT Aft HON,
Thursday, November 7th, 1-70, No
Commercial Avenue. 10
o clock, a. m.,
t.'i!i-i-ing ol Bed-room, Dinuing-room,
Si:tii.g-rooiii and Kitchen furniture of
every description, both ornamental end
ueM! ; Cooking and Heating Stoves,
Cmpu. Clocks, and In la -i every thing
pertaining to housekeeping.
W.te jr llv tzeU.
Vote fj.- Je'i: ll'i.v.
I'-'f U r l.-i '.'i.
His honor, M tyor WpiLcr, in-truct bis
regular and special police in reference to
tin ir duties lor the day. In It ho does
not fail to insinuate that the federal ma
chine has committed an nssrmlt upon the
liberties of our jieople by foisting upon
them United State marshals, while the
local authorities arc capable of taking
cate ot themselves. Democrats are law
abiding, and during this hot and
excltini; campaign have main
tained a dignuied demeanor under
the most trying circumstances, even re
fraining from retorts to direct abuse by
black Republicans. Mayor Winter is right
when l:e denoume the United States
marshal movement t-s unwarrantable
and tyrannical. It is the cropping out of
the revolutionary and destructive policy
oi tbe parly now in power.
Vote for the irhole Democratic ntatt
ticket, and thereby necure good guvcrnmtiit
and an economical expenditure af the public
Lit every Democrat In the city give
this entire day to Tlldeo, Hendricks and
Reform. Let every Democrat iro to the
polls early, and alter having voted de
vote the balance ot the day to the woik
of inducing his neighbor and friends to
cast iheir ballot on the side of Tiklen
and Reform, and agaliiet Hayes and cor
ruption. Reform I necessary, and can
only be brought ubout by a change of
Vote for Ham Irtinfor reiirt -, -Vr,
Vote for Jcite Ware.
Vote fjr Ircin,
They are at it in Mound City also.
Mr. Charles Mcrtz and Mr. A. S. Tyler
have been appointed United States
deputy marshals, aud have K-eii in
itructed to fitke charge ol Uw polls in
that city. Desperation marks th teps
of tli Rcpubli 'an party. It fear defeat
and will have vlctgry by fair or foul
moani. ' ' '
Tta Meelinc l.nal llt,
-Tftf Democratic torctllfht procession
and meeting-last talglif of Uie
largest held In this city during tbe cam
paign. The procession formed on Ohio
levee, and Blt'T parading the principal
ftret ls of the ;ity drew up at the Tenth
street band Maud, where the speaking
was to lake place. Two bands of mulo
and about one bun Ired horseman were
the main features ol the oc
casion, Hon. D. T. Lint-gar was the first
ap'takcr, Utt strnkd for about one hour,
discussing tlK-QneMiofis dividing the par
ties. His remarks were highly entertain
ing to the vat audience. Judge Green
followed with ini eloi'ienf e-.d able
speech of hall an hour's duration. F, E.Al
bright was the lust speaker. Alter a few
preliminary remarks, bo entered upon
the advocacy of his own claims ns a can
didate for representative. At the con
clusion of Albright's speech tho crowd
Vote for 11 nn Ircin fr ieprrir,i!t'ie,
'i,te for J' life H'rirr.
Owing to the need of my pi ronel at
tention to our country business, I. have
f-cure-1 Mr. M.J. Howlcy ns city agent,
who will continue the buslm. : in the sale
of the Howe sewing machine, silk,
needles, oils, threads and attachments. 1
would ask that he may receive, a liberal
share of patronage.
D. F. BK.v.-sr.r, Sup'g. Ag't.
The undersigned 1ms accepted 1.J
agency of the Howe Sewing Machine
company, in connection with his real es
tate business, and has taken rooms on
Commercial avenue, below Tenth street,
adjoining the City (inn Store. The pat
ronage of our citizens is respectfully so
Iici:cd. M.J. llowt.r.Y, Agent.
Voti for honeit Lew Steward for
All of our readers read the article In
Sunday's Billktin announcing tho ap
pointment ot L. S. marshals in this city.
A correspondent of the Sun taking us to
task for what we said in that article,
'1 In Bi li.ltin made no outcry of op
position, when our Democratic county
commissioners t'p pointed all the fudges
ot election for this city from the Demo
cratic party. Nor did It make a fuss
over the fact that a leading Democrat in
this city applied to the mayor for the ap
pointment of twenty special policemen
to act during the election, nil ot whom
IM-Iong to the Democratic club called
I'ildenand Hendricks Sweepers."
The correspondent ot the Sun is either
ignorant of the political complexion of the
board of county commissioners, or will
tully misrepresents the facts in the case.
Of the county commissioners, two,Mesrs.
Sanders und Summons, are Republicans;
and one, Thos. Wilson, a Democrat.
Nor Is it true that all tbe Judges of elec
tion ia this city are Democrats. In
South Cairo precinct there are two Dem
ocrats and one Republican judge, but
just who they are we do not now remetn
bcr. Id North Cairo, Col. John Wood.
R. Fitz.-rald and J. C. Lahue arc the
judges. No one will dispute that Col.
Woo I h a Republican.
But how is It in the country pre
cinct, t torn Mes-rs. Sammons and
Sander we have it that iu several of
these all of the judges are Republi
cans. This is true of Clear Creek precinct.
We do not know that a "leading Demo
crat'' or a-y one else applied to have
twenty social police appointed, "all ot
whom belouj; to the Democratic club
called Tildeu and Hendricks Sweepers ;'
anJ it suchj request was made, we are
e!ad bis honor had the good sense to
disregard the request.
'ote for Tild n. llcnd. icki and Ueform,
aJ against federal usurpation n .-'ate rf
artl from .nr. Ha up.
Eurron Bi llktin : Having been
charged with tho responsibility cd having
had the deputy U. S. marshals appointed
to serve during the election in this city, I
desire to have the following telegrams
published. They fully explain them-
Cairo, 111., Nov. 0, 1S70.
Cot . E. R. Ron, U.S. Marshal, Spring
Being a candidate for .sheriff. I declined
lo act during the election, to
Mr. Hill, Deputy L'. S. Marshal.
Now the report i I .hcild have
used my influence to have hai two di pu
ties appinted for the purpose to intimidate
voters. I iniormed Mr Hill, while here
that 1 would not act, und that it It was
needed to have a deputy appoint
ed, 1 would write. 1, not having
written to yo.i relative to the appoint
ments, and to Insure my success by dis
claiming all connection witli the affair.
I therctore akol jou the names of ;U
parties who have written to you as to
these appointed. Pj:tkr Sao
Si itiNoi iKLii. III., Nor. C, 1S7C.
1'f.tkk Saii: In reply to your of
this morning, 1 have to say that nobody
aked the appointment of deputies there.
Knowing you could not net I appointed
two gentlemen to serve all processes if
necessary. They are not to interfere
with voters who do not violate the law.
E. R. Rde.
I hope this will tie sufficient to convince-
my friends that I am not responsi
ble for tho appointment4.
Respectfully, etc., Petkh S.ut.
Cairo, lit., Nov.C, 173.
Vol fc.r Hurt lilt.
'The old order changeth, giving plat
to need,' says the dying King Arthur o
S-r Bedivere, and his word are proven
true. Not many years ngo, the Amerl.
can contineut was ruflerlug a want
which nobody sec mod able to meet.
The destiny which work good out ol
evil showed its linger, and lo J appealed
U. T. Babbitt's best soap, to rueet eviry
requirement of human economy.
IV for Jct Wan fm' State Smtur.
Ooa't Want Ttaeui.
The people of this city denounce the
appointment of lot ol puty United
State marshals to attend tho, election at
an outrage' anA. tiBnecessarr. Wo are
able to manage our own election with,
out Interference bytbe federal govern
raBt ttinaijlti than (or u, '.' "
To all wriom It may Concern i
.. I, Henry Winter, mayor of the " city of
Cairo, by virtue of authority iu ute voted
by the ihnrtt r and ordinances ol the city
ol Cairo, do l.-vue. this, my proclaio itiou :
WptHKA. on next Tueediiv. the 7th
day ol SuvemtH-r, 1876. a general t l c-
tiouwlllbe held throughout the whole
Lulled States for preHeut and Vice
president, and In the State ot Illinois for
governor and minor state and county
officers ; and II being necessary and de
sirable that peace and order should pre
vail uur.ug inc. Homing ol said election
vslllnti the city limits
1 Uo lliereiore warn all persons lint
section 44 of chapter ft, of the revved or
din tnccsol the city will be trietly en
forced ; and all keepers ol groceries are
forlikHcii to ae!l any Intoxicating IWpiors
that day, between the hours of) o'eloek
a. iu., and 7 o'clock p. in., under the hii-
t ui tlicrmorc. It having conn to niv
knowledge that United Mates marshals
have been deputized for the. purpose ol
preserving the peace, and to see that nil
citieiia are allowed to exercise the right
ol sutrrage unmolested. 1 take this occa
sion to express my belief that such action
Is entirely uncalled for and unnecessary,
as the city authorities are fully capable
ot managiuz the city's interim! affairs and
preserving the p ace, all needlul arrange
ments having been made to that end ; but
as good, law-abi lir, eUiicns we mu-t
bow In submiss.on to the powers that be.
1, ns inavor, shall not reliuo'itsii anv
right and title to cotomr.r-d and preserve
i lie pence ol the city ; and to that end so
licit a'l citizens, irrespective ol party, ro
bey the laws; and tor the purpose til
maintaining order and peace. I do hereliv
appoint F. M. Ward. James Soiniuerweli,
Henry Goodyear, C. D. Arter, Jno.
Henry and Andrew Cain, as special po
Ufvrv.iij for that day and night to a-if
the city authorities. Saul appointee.
will meet nt police headquarters on the
moriiinir ol the Ten. at7 o'clock, at which
time they will be sworn in as such spe
IIenpt vtixri:n. Mayor.
Cairo, Nov. 4, 1S7.
M ayor's Ou ter.,
Cairo, Nov. f, 1 sTt.
Owing to the intense excitement re
sulting from the appointment of I . S.
uiorshals and the placing I he in at the
polls on the day ot election, the same be
ing a flagrant wrong by the general gov
ernment upon I he sovereign riirbl ol ll.e
people ot the Mate ol Illinois and lie
city of Cairo, the appointments being Un
asked lor by any number ot citizen, an i
same being condemned by the majority ol
both political parlies here bince their ap
pointment as being unnecessary ; and
feeling the deep responsibility resting
upon me, 1 uu lurcby appoint the fol
lowing extra special policemen in con
junction with tiioxe appointed under my
proclamation, dated -tin hit., lo-wit :
Warren Ktisell, Monroe Wood. Na
thaniel Prouty, R. II. Beard, Henry
Stout and Thos, O. Wilon, nil of whom
will report for duty at headquarters on
the morning of the ith.at 7 o'clock, a.m.,
OHDF.R XO. .
To Hetiry Gos sgirni, Chief of Pulicc ar.J Ciiy
Sir The persons appointed above, to
gether with those appointed under my
proclamation, will repirt to you nt po
lice headquarters cm th! tnont'.tijr if the
7th, for duty, at 7 o'clock, a. in. After
being sworn In according to law, you
will read to them the billowing orders as
appertaining to their duties, ueh other
orders as comes under your jurisdiction
and authority you can impara to them.
Firtt: You will see that good order
prevails thmugliou the city, and
promptly suppress any difficulty com
ing Irom whatever Source it may.
Second: II stationed at the polls or
elsewhere you will recognize the au
thority of" your appointment, and
promptly suppress any disturbance that
third: You will arrest any person
who is found upon the streets of the city
drunk or disorderly, oral the polls creat
ing anv unnecessary noise, liable to
create a breach of t he peace.
Fourth: You will see that tbe
mayor's proclamation In regard to the
sale ol intoxicating lienors is strictly en
Fifth : All policemen will obey the
orders is-ned from the mayor or chief ol
police s'ricilv, a-id will ab-taiil from
u-lng Intoxicating drinks, and lrom kc
tioncering. 11 i:ky WiMKii, Mayor.
Votefi.- Tilden, Hendricks and II'. four.,
and against federal usurpation in nte ('
Vote for Harizcll.
Vet' for Ha,i Ircin Jor repretcr.'i'ic
Ielll of J. II. P hiltliM.
The Greenville (111.) A llocate, -peak
ing of the death of Capt. J. If. Phillips,
late of this city, says;
"The remains of Capt. John if. Phil
lips were brought here from Cairo, this
Mate, last Friday, and interred iu the
graveyard in this city. Capt. Phillips
died at his reside;: rem Cairo, on Wednes
day, October 25, Wu. v dysentery, lb--effect
of his service In the Union army.
His parents, John He icy and .Margaret
Phillips, caui'j from Pennsylvania uii I
settled iu this county nearly a quurter of
a century ugo. They wire an intelli
gent, earnest christian people, ot revolu
tionary stock, and w re highly esteemed
by ull who knew thcin. During the re
bellion tour ol their sousgave liieu. selves
to save the Union. Never t'Ul l artnt.
lay uieir ihddren on their country's iiliar
more cheerfully than did these. Robin
son was the iirst soldier lrom this countv
dying iu that war; Joseph Icll at the lirt
charge at Donebson ; Fielding never re
covered from a wound which lie received
on tlie Red river expedition : the Caution.
John II. , now billows a tlie fourth. He
was nearly forty-five years of age, hav
ing been born Deeemlar 12. 1831. He
enlisted as a sergeant, June 23, lrtOl. Pi
company D. of the ii I regiment. Illinois
volunteer; was promoted second lieuten
ant, June 8, lSW ; was promoted lltst
lieutenant. November 2. 1G,': was pro
moted captain, .March iM. lC.l. ami hon
orably discharged July 7, lS'U. Rewa
twice? married, llrst to a daughter ol tin
late lamented A. Bnie, and some jeui
later to Mi Emily Koeter. a student 01
Almira college, who is now k it a widow
Capt. Phillips was trustworthy and at
tentive to busine, and exemplary In all
thP relation of Hie. Few men have e er
lived In this community who had more
friends and fewer enemies. Verily this
generation shall all pass away before tin
full prlco of our Union shall have been
Vott for Jn.it Ware for State Sew.tor.
Th Mtroplla Itneberue.
The Democrat j um? meeting and free
barbecue at Metropolis last Saturday was
the grandest political demonstration that
has taken place In Southern Illinois dur
ing the canipaurr). it ws n stv.'rt , in
ewry anise 01 the word, end the Demo
crats o! Massao are Jubilant under the
know ledge that the Influence ot tho oe
caslon cannot lo counteracted,, Oo"
teven thousand people were present.
Ibtre waa an abundance of proyhlou 01
every cJiscripfloii. Dinner w as M-rvetl at
One o'clock In the courthouse scpiarc to
more than four thousand people. Im
mediately after dinner, Mr. Mi-orge Cor
'is, to whom tlie Democracy of M.isnc
and Southern Illinois owe much lur his
Indefatigable labor iu their behall and in
the csuse of reform. Introduce I to the
audience John II. Oberly of this city.
Mr. Oberly spoke for four hours and
forty minutes. JIh speech was one char
acteristic of him, sensible, logie-d ami
convincing, and was rce. witii rcat
In the evening there u; a grand torch
light procjjuloii, in which llltecn bun
died people ni'irched. The evening
meeting was addressed by (he Hon. Wil
liam Hart.ell, who ni.-.de a most telling
speech, and Hon. Ji, . t. A. King of
Paducnh. Mr. Hartzcll emphatically put
the Ho upon the many infamous charges
brought against him, and completely
won his vast audience. f?ov. King's
speech was also an able eflort. tb- nd
vled lii bearers to vote catifinu!y, vote
intelligently for Tilden, Hendricks and
llart.ell, and closed amid the deafuing
applause f the multitude.
I of f'-r honeit J.nr S'ftrnr'f tor 7 i-r,-.
V'te tor Itarti'lt. the fried of Vn'u-i.
Vote for Jew Ware for State Snut -.
si e ale a n Wr Veternn.
These gallant citizens nre fast p,.ting
over the rivir. f)f the Pulaski county
braves, company B," second rcgimenf,
the lollowing survive, r.piy nrie ot the
number being n Hayes aud Win eler sup
J. H. Metcalf, Cairo; J0I111 Abbott. A,
C. Bartleson, Ed. Bartleon, Wm. Aug
liu, Pulaski county ; R. II. Johnson,
Alexander county; A. P. Corder, cap
tain, California ; Wm. Tate, second lieu
tenant, Jonathan Storey, Tcxa; (lilcs
M. Cole, Missouri ; Charles Goodall,
The scconJ regiment was con-manded
by in. II. Besscli, and Don Morrison,
lieutenant colonel, and was one of the
most gallant that battled 011 Mexican
soil durinir the war of IS 10. It partici
pated Iu Buena Vista, one ol the hardest
fought battles ot modern times. 4.1j2:J
Americans, uuJer eomni md of Z.n.-'naru
Taylor, whipping 21.UI) Mexicans under
Hayes and Wheeler arc at a discount
with the survivors of company ,,B." and
our fellow-towt.snian, J. II. M-tcall,
heads that honored list, and you may put
up your bottom dollar ho is for Til k-'i
Vote the rholi Democratic ticket.
will feel better for hating done u.
VAe for AuJifif Levy Steward for
Vote for Hi -tz ll, the fria.d of Cuiro.
Steamer J allies Fisk. l'aducab.
" A. C. Donnelly, Cincinnati.
" Mary Houston. Cincinnati.
41 Kloroueo Meyer. Cinciiiiiiill.
" Ste. Genevieve, Vick-hur'.
Future City, barges, N. O.
" Jno. S. Urausford, Kvansville.
Tic Frank Uurncttc, Ohio river.
Steamer James Fisk, radueah.
" A. .'. Ionm liy, New Orleans.
Mary Houston, New Orleans.
' Floiciico Meyer, New Orleans.
" tte. (icnevieve. St. I,n-iis-,
" .1 no. S. Hransford, Kvansville
" Future t'iiy, bares, St. l.oui-:.
Tii, Frank liurtiette, South.
The river last cvenltur w is 1.'! feet II ;-."
inches on the pauc, havlnjr risen b 2-.
Inches during tho past -t1 hours. The
weather was cl-judy aui cold Sunday,
but cleared oil yesterday. A strong
northern wind nude iiavijatl-ju dillb tilt
at many poiuts alon the river ycnlerilay.
The Mary Houston only needed abuut
ICO tons to fill out nn arrival here, and
she got considerable lrciijht here.
Capt. It. IV. Duan is aain atnon us.
lie Is learning to like Cairo arain.
Capt. H. 31. Hart' new Cincmuaii mi l
New Orleans I'acktt, A. C. Iionaclly
passed to : tli last evening with a nod
car jo, having added ubout -vWtonshciv.
llcr pilots s.-.y she runs and handles well
and will be a first-class business pncUd.
iho Ste. fienevieve brou'.t U'O bales
cotton for rcshipment east by raii, and
iddt d some ptj; iron here tor St. Louis.
The City ot Vlcksbuiir nn Saturday
nij;ht broulit til bales of cotton nnd 2otl
barrels of cotton seed oil tor rcshlptiu nt
east by rail.
When the I)on:;el!y cif.iepaot Cumber
land Island the government dredge boats
acre busily at work opening a broad
deep channel throujjh the dam f t the
passage of steamers. This action w ill be
bailed with joy by every Ohio river man.
The dam has at times proved a gr at ('In
struction to navigation of the Ohio, and
lias cost steatnboatnu n ti nny thousands
ol dollars by detentions Ac.
i f You Want a Good
DISH OF OYSTERS,
Or anything in the Restaurant
Line go to the corner Eighth
street and Commercial avenue
and you will be treated with
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Ja m AnaaiwiaJ pnimoj a m'jauiua mx 'li'Hi
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C. W. HENDERSON,
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City National Bank
CAFITAL, 2 " 2100,000
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HKN 'lY I. IIM.I.ID VY, Vice Prut.
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