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TIIK DAILY CAIRO 1UTLLETIX: THURSDAY MOUSING, AUGUST 15. 1878.
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Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois
OFFICIAL TAPER OK THE CITY AXI) COUNTY,
Thoa. Nully, Kditor.
FOB STATU THKAHl'RKn.
EDWARD L. CltoXKKITE, ol Stephenson.
10B arPIIUNTItNIlKNT or PUHI.IO INHTIll'CTlOM,
HAJUKL M. KTrEII, of McLean.
TOR CLKIIK OP THE m l'IIKHE COl'UT, aoCTIIKHN URANU
JACOB 0. CIIAXCE, of Murlon.
FOB CLKIIK OF TIIK AITKI.l.ATE COl'IIT, aol'TIIEHN
(I HA Ml IMVISION,
JOHN Q. HARM AN. of Alexander.
Toil CO.NUItEHH-ltKIHTtENTU ItlNilllKnHiPNALlllHTliKT
W. J. ALLEN, of Jackson.
TOS RKMKHKNTATIVKH riPTIETH PKNAT01IIAL DID'
T. W. HALLWAY, of Alexander.
T. T. ItOUlNSON.of Jacktun.
HON. D, T, LINEGAK
will iddross the people at
Miirpbysboro, Friday, August HI.
Cairo, Wednesday tillil. Ail).'. 31 .
Grand Chain, Pulaski eonnty, Thursday, Ang. 29.
Ilodcei Park, Alexander county, Friday, Ann. 30.
Vienna, Saturday, Aug. 31.
HON. WILLIAM .I.ALLEN.
Democratic nominee for Congress, will speak to the
people at Die following place:
Camp Creek Church, Jackson County, Thursday
Sight, August a.
Ava, Jackson County, Friday night, Aug. SI.
Dotioto, Jackson County, Saturday night, Aug.
t'lllu.t'ulaskl County, Wednesday, Aug. US.
Mound City, Puluki County, Wedneadny night.
tiritud Chain, Pulakl County, Thnraday Aug. ill.
llodftea Park, Alexander County, Friday, Aug.
i'lear Creek, Alexander County, Ail a. 31,
Joneboro, Tuedy, September 8.
MH. JOHN II. OIIEKLY
will 'ldre(i the people at the following time and
Uolconda, Pope county, Frlduy evening, Angut 16;
Dixon Hprlng. Saturday, Amrunt 17;
Grantburg, Johnoti county, Monday. Ant'iint 1(1;
Bnrnlde, Johuon county, Tueaday, Atiut ;
tiorevlile, Wednenduy, Aii(.'Ut 21 ;
Parker- School Ilouau, lu ElvlraTowu)ilp, Wed
nesday evening, Augut 21.
lly order of the Cougreiloual Committee.
Angun 10, 1K78.
Talk about TiMin's lmml! It is noth
ing to Thomas' clothing store.
Thomas not only clothes nnked Radicate
liut also feeds hungry member of that
party, and has promiw d to each negro in
tho district u possum and a wutermcllon.
Tick'! Tick! Mr. Houpt, the honest
watchmaker-candidate of the Nationals for
the legislature, is running his honest
campaign in this way. Tick-tick! Tick
tick! Mr. Hot iT, the National watchmaker
caiididate for the General Assembly, is like
a clock he sold us once. He can tell the
hour of the day ami the day of the month,
aud he changes with the moon, but he can't
It is presumed that Capt. Thomas will
not hesitate to give Cupt. S. I. Davis, his
Radical ally, a few articles of the cheap
clothing he is distributing among his
friends Thomas has them and Davis nec.'s
Ik Capt. Thomas, while he is distributing
his cheap clothing to his Radical friends of
this district, will also distribute soap and
disinfectants, he ill contribute something
to the cleanliness of his party and the
licalthfulness of the community.
Dr. Lawukmk, of Memphis, should
promptly iuc,it the challengj of Capt.
Walker, of the Golden Crown, and author
ize the publication of that scaled letter.
It would settle one K,iiit in the controversy
the question of verity between dipt.
Walker and Dr. Lawrence.
TlIK Repilb Iran p;uly ,.H alll(in(,
the forty acre mid u imi.e .m(i .,, js
now ttyinjr cheap c'.othii.
a a me,,,,,. !',
eonvcrMo'i. ( npt.
nomas c ., t!i,. one oft
liis umpires the tither day from head to tm. i
und sent him into I 'ope county. ),,,
utill on hand a few suits cheap for vote. ;
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l;AIT. I lloll IM w frmno tot.. .1 i. .
: ' . " " v ioT,iii!g
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.n.i utu mm lur clo ,, , B ,lllM.
drtd other out-at-the .eat ItadicaU who ure
electioneering for him. Davis, of the Sun,
mnst hnve a full suit with ulster overcoat
and bltxvu-buttons on hinpdutuloims.
Ox our first page will be found an t.
1 nustivc article from the pen of .Mr. A. C.
.Matthews, member of the General A
Hcmlily, on the iniMwl constitutional
amendment to be submitted to the voters
of this Btatc in November next. It is
well worth reading,
Cait. Thomah, the Republican candidate
for Congress, has gone into the clothing
businciw. He gives to each of his itinerant
proselytciK a suit of clothes, n flack of
whisky, a plug of tobacco and if 10 cash.
All Radical lovers of new clothes, whisky,
tobacco and cash in a word the entire TIj
pubublican party of the district will gov
crn themselves accordingly and send In
their applications. Address Capt. J. R.
Thomas, Metropolis, III.
Tiif.iie is no ground whatever fur the
impression which prevails among some of
our neighbors that the yellow fever
is in Cairo. Wo can state positively
that it is not here, and that
the city is an excellent sanitary condition.
Not a household in this city has been in
vaded by the scourge, and although there is
reason for care and watchfulness, thero is
no cause for alarm. The feverish fuss and
feathers of some of our city officials, who go
about the streets circulating sensational
stories of the disease that may reach Cairo,
lias a tendency to create alarm. If these
gentlemen would procure a yard or two of
red riblion each, and learn their tongues
truth and discretion, it would be better for
Tub Rev. Mr. Sclimidz, the gentleman of
the cloth, who is now at Golcondu pretend
ing to be a Democrat and abusing Mr
Allen while he distributes Republican doc
uments, is making bay while the sun shines.
Before he left Metropolis lie was arrayed in
a new suit of clothes, and was sent on his
way rejoicing. This is as it should be.
Capt. Thomas, the boy soldier, would nut
use money to induce a preacher to election
eer fur him. lie is too good to do such a
thing. Rathe would not, have a shabby
fellow do' Ids work, and be was therefore
justified in putting good clothes upon the
good man Schmidz. A Thomas preacher
ought to wear good clothes, and while the
115,000 the Stute Central Committee fur
nished Thomas holds out to buy, all the
Schmids in Christendom can be clothed
and get a little money to spend for beer.
The State Gazette, ostensibly a Repub
lican paper, but really desirous of Demo
cratic success for a purpose known to its
own sly self, gives utterance to the following
very palpable untruth. It says:
Judge Allen made hi opening speech, at Cnlro. to
a amall crowd, which was devoid of enthusiasm. A
dispatch to the Inter-Orean says the Democrats f el
blue over the speech and the impression It made.
Tho crowd to which Judge Allen spoke
was not small. Under the circumstances
it was large. It was the largest political
meeting held at Cairo this year. And it
was not unenthusiastic cither. On the
contrary, the Judge has reason to congratu
late himself on the cordiality of his recep
tion by the citizens of Cairo. They received
him with applause und listened to him
with attention; und the general judgment
is th.it the speech was a masterly discussion
of the questions at issue in the pending
canvass. It was an utterance of jHiIitical
truth, backed by conclusive logic. It gave
Judge Allen's friends iutense satisfaction,
and dumbfounded his jiolitical opponents.
The rapid strides of the Springfield State
Gazette toward the Democratic party have
alarmed some of the Republican leaders at
the State capital. Mr. Ltisk, its editor, one
of the plucky kind of energetic men who
know no such word as "fail," has tolerated
the abuse of the Republican leaders until
forlKiarnncc with him Jtss ceascti to !; n
virtue, and he is now smashing the party
slates. He has already made a bitter as
sault ujKin Mr. I). L. Phillips, the Spring
field jiostmaster, the very head and front of
the Republican party of Middle Illinois.
He is attempting to make it appear that Mr.
Phillips is not it proper man to hold orlicc
under a civil service reform administration.
He will pass gently from Mr. Phillips to
other prominent Republicans, ami by this
process into the Democratic party. For the
time being Mr. Liisk, to serve his own pur
poses, wiil pretend to be a violent Radical,
but all the signs indicate that he will finally
find a home in the Democratic party, to
which we shall not fail to welcome him.
He was formerly a Democrat, and in the
I good cnuHM of the party might do effective
TlIK SYt' R .;!.;, of the Vi'U ills',
":, - v": "S"V- ( " y-frday r,.
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i'" ). .u. 'ir-gory, ii.iii'iis eoin-
,i''hS'"""' exposition, dated
I'ar'iN Jn'y ','Tt'i. I);-. Oregory, aft -r staling
111,1 Dlinois .V.ustiiul University ha i
'"en d-.'i reed a .old ni...lal by the c. uiini-
Homers of Ci (X'si.iti.o. f,r Its esl.i?.!!.
' -"i""!! .., 1.
I tr'i.i-1.. .i. r .s itu '.' 1
( )n ((f (.;
Uign co mi.iS.ao cu aI the PhiV l,-,,'.:, 1
(ju i. .i,ii.i..s,on(.rv) ii-j.4 t.ie i lii.a-ii.p.i.a
or Vienna exhibitions, a regards its inter
national character, the French exhibit is
superior to any ever before made. The rea
son for this, he says, is that the opponents
of Republican rule in France made special
efforts to decry the exposition, and the
friends of Republicanism made, in conse
fpiencc, extraordinary efforts to secure its
miec'"'', and that tho latter succoeded. lie
and hi colleague, Mr. ' Keith, of Chicago,
livc uude efforts to secure btatistics and
information regarding French .'manufactur
ing and commercial interests, and have so
cured much information never befre given
that will be valuable to the people of I Hi
nois. The commissioners will sail for home
about the 22nd hist., and will submit their
report, which is now partially prepared, im
mediately on their arrival. In a postscript
Dr. G. expresses the opinion that the politi
cal condition of France is very critical."
Wk regret to learn that at last .Mr. J. R.
Cunningham, of Pulaski county, has con
cluded to resent the indifference with which
he has been treated by the Democratic
party, lie has repeatedly rescued the party
from di'feat by his advice and active sup
port; but the party has, notwithstanding
this fact, studiously avoided its duty to give
him proper recognition and reward. For a
long time he endured this treatment without
complaint; but finally he has determined to
make the party feel his power by deserting
it. He will accordingly take his place as
one of the leaders of the National-Green-back-I.abor
organization of Southern Illi
nois. He will first organize the party in
Pulaski county and then give the Cuiro Na
tionals the benefit of his advice. He will
unite with Mr. Houpt. ('apt. Sinninerwell,
Capt. Corcoran, Mr. Roberts and the other
leaders of that party in this city, to (as the
Nationals express iticrii.-h the old party or
ganizations and usher in the day of honesty
and wise government. Mr. Cunningham
has all the mental qualities that go to make
up a true National, and will s.-on, we have
no doubt, be at the head of the party in the
State. He will within a very few niaiitlis
eclipse both Kewanee Smith and Dr. JI"o"
ten, those distinguished political minions of
Tin; Industrial Tribune of Murphy six iro,
confesses that it is a little surprised at
The Caiiio Rii.i.kti.v, and then remarks in
its kindly maimer:
We had formed a very hii.'h opinion of that
journal, tlnin'li we had bi'.t little uri'i:i!iitann' with
it. A better ar. u.'ili.luoi : Inidi- us to ciiin'lude dial
it Is one of the most iucotisii-teiit and contradictory.
If nut une ol the must i:nsi rupulous piibllcutinns of
the country. For liitnnce. in a recent issue It
labored very hard to tdiow that Mr. Houpt. while
expressing himself in favor of .Mr. Comlnga for
legislature, slvly pnsured his own nomination. lu
another article In the mine Issue It look the posi
tion that Mr. tomiiii.'s shifted the nomination
upon Mr. Houpt, with an eye to a higher po-iiion
for himself. Does the Ilulletln think the people
cannot see Its glaring Incon-lstenele
The Industrial Tribune in its sane
moments is a truth-telling journal. In
oilier words, this journal of the moon at
rare intervals does not indulge in falsehoods
It was evidently enjoying an attack of
lunacy when it made the above assault
upon Thk lici.i.KUN. A sane paper would
not have charged us with inconsistency in
what we said about Messrs. II nipt and
Comings. The truth is, Mr. Houpt is an
able politician, and while he earnestly
advocated Mr. Coinings for the legislature
quietly took in the empty honor for him
self. Rut Mr. Comings was, on his part,
not behind sharp and blunt lSagstock Houpt.
Mr. Comings, knowing be wouldlx; defeat
ed if nominated, quietly labored to slip
the nomination upon Hoiipt's shoulders in
the expectation of receiving a higher office
if the Nationals should lie successful, lie
has not yet determined whether he will
be a candidate for County Commissioner or
United States Senator. The Industrial
Tribune does not understand what has
been slnnHy culled the true-inwardness of
tliu Rational party o; Alexander couulv.
Ei.sewiikuk in this morning's Ri i.i.ktin
we publish a biographical sketch of the
late Mrs. Dr. N. R. Casey. In many re
spects she was a remarkable woman and
deserved the distinction she enjoyed of be
ing the most thoroughly educated mem
ber of her sex in Southern Illinois. She
was a close student mid history was her fa
vorite study. Her knowledge of it extended
to both branches ancient and modern
and her extraordinary powers of mem
ory and tine sense of discrimina
tion made her an authority even among the
learned on this subject. Her reading, how
ever, was by no means confined to history.
It extended over the vast field of literature,
and her accomplishments in this respect,
added to excellent social gifts and training,
made her acquaintanceship nn honor to bo
sought and her society it genuine pleasure.
Sir iu!.-rit 1 many of the quai
whic'i distinguished her,
v. '! 'ii. it iw'.ings, w is a in i:i noted in
I iy f r pu'dlc ,itir, i.it 'liig if.,! .
l.ojTd:it:ne ,ip wltlt til' .i....i., !!
s in tli.i Ml! ring i'V ti!s nf .v.
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1 II- IHI., IIIO,. lil"is- ,. o '
on! v brick lien, i!i:h ' '
; vi ,.-,...M;:ecio n, li t
nt it lined '
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oud v..t 1 1 tlii. a . utry. II r '.a'.Iu;' ;j I
founded the t iwn of Mound City in
a:id exhibited rare energy and
enterprise in building the Mound
City railroad, and furnishing it with rolling
stock. Cut while she Inherited tunny of
thp traits rf mind and character for . wUicli
her father was eminent, it was In tho home
circle bhe loved most to shine, Ib r devo
tion to husband and family sprang from the
natural goodness of her heart, and her inter
course with licr neighbors was inspired by
the beautiful Christian spirit that grew
with her growth and became a part of
her existence. The loss of such it woman
is the loss of the community, ami its sym
pathy goes out freely to those who have been
deprived of a model wife and a devoted
Some time, f think, you will he glad to know
Thai I have kept you ever in my heart,
Aud that my love a only deeper growu
In all the time that we have lived apart.
Some day, wheu you have slipped away from
And Idly full to dreaming of the past,
Aud su'dly think of all your life ha missed, -You
will remember my true love at last.
Or it maycoino to pas, pome dreary night,
After a day that ha been hard to bear,
When you are weary, heart sick and forlorn,
Aud there I none to comfort and to care.
That you w ill close your tired eye to dream
Offender kisse. falling oft aud light,
Of restful tout-be", smoothing back your hair.
And aw'Kct words spoken fur your bi arl'i de
Oh then you will remember and he glad
That I have kept yon ever lu my heart,
And that your heart' true home will still be
Although we w ander, silent and apart.
THE GOLDEN CROWN AGAIN.
STATEMENT OK C AIT. W. P. WAI.KKIt, M.VSTEU
M'EAMEK (iOIJ)E.N ( 1IOW.N.
fsome oi me menus oi lapi. VtaiKer in
thiscity thinking wc did him injustice in
publishing only an extract from his lette
to the Cincinnati Commercial, we give it
this morning in full :
Cincinnati, August 10, 1878.
To the Editor of the I'ommerelal.
Since my arrival here yesterday I have
ls-en shown several articles from tin Mem
phis press, which reflect very unjustly upon
the steamer Golden Crown, and also ujsin
myi-elt. In one item I am accused of ro
mancing," and the truthfulness of my
statement, made in the card published in
M inplns, wherein I stated that there was
nn yellow tever on board, etc, is denied.
Now, I did publish such a statement, and
furthermore, I reiterate it, and will go still
further and ay that we did not huve a case
of yellow ft v r on the whole trip, and 1
have ample proof to sustain all I say. The
yellow fever victim, William Warren, whoso
death was announced yesterday, was not
put off by the Golden Crown. We can not
recall any such person, nor does our cabin
register ordeck-lxsik show any such passen
ger, neither did we put off any one at the
.Memphis quarantine. The Memphis pa
pers state that Dr. Lawrence, the quarantine
pliysiciun, reported us as having yellow
fever on board. Now, I defy them to pro
duce any such statement made by Dr. Law
rence, or any other authorized person.
Dr. Lawrence came aboard and thorough
ly examined the Ixiat, and found only one
caeof sicklies-, and that was a lady who had
come on Isiard at New Orleans, feeling ill.
After examining her he refused to say
whether it was or was not yellow fever, but
in hi report to Dr. Lr-kine, the health
oilier, in the letter the Memphis papers are
inquiry so anxiously fur, and which was
written in the pres-nc': of Mr. Eugene
Sliinkle. our clerk, mid so mentioned to
hiui. Dr. La .vrem e refers to the one cum? of
sickness, and only saysit "looks suspicious,"
and doer, not say there was any yellow
fever on Unii'd. The lady spoken of came
on board in New Orleans, and, as I stated,
was feeling ill. The first day out she Mas
taken down with what I am fully satisfied
was inteniiitteiit fever, and she
was thoroughly examined by a gentleman
fully experienced in yellow fever, Isith be
fore and after death, and he is emphatic in
saying that it was not yellow fever, and
this statement I ( mi produce at any time.
The young lady received every attention,
Imlli medical and otherwise, and was in a
fair way to recover, in fact she had gotten
up, and w.is walking around her room,
when, entirely disregarding the advice giv
en her regarding dii t and care, she satisfied
her cravings, unbeknown to me, by dunk
ing an iced lemonade, followed by a bottle
of cold lager beer. She also had the
chambermaid give her a cold sjsingc bath
all which checked the profu.se perspira-
tion we nail gotten ner into, ana caused a
relapse, which proved fatal. Now as to
the letter of Dr. Lawrence to the Health
Officer nt Memphis, and for the non-delivery
of which an explanation is asked, I can
say that the letter was written as stated
above, and given to Mr. Shinklo to
hand to the Health Officer, who
Dr. Lawrence said, would hoard us at Menu
phis. Well, when we reached there we tired
our cannon and blew our whistle, signaling
the coal-tug, which came to us with a fiat
of coal, but no health officer nor any one
else to whom we could hand the letter, as
ordered, ever put in an appearance, and we
still have the letter on board, and I should
like to have permission to have it opened,
and I am positive that my statement will
be proven correct. Wo landed at Hope
field and roiiiaind until daylight coaling. I
am also heavily censured for putting off
passengers at llopellcld, to have them cross
to Memphis. Now the only ones put off
there, who signified any Intention of going
over to the 'city, were Mr. Mundingcr, a
Memphis merchant, mid family, and all in
good health. The remainder who got off
there were to take the train for Little Rock.
It is also reported that the Cairo physician
reported ytdlow fever on board. This doctor,
after examining the sick lady, and then con
sulting those accompanying him, refused to
state in our presence, when asked pointedly,
a'.i 'laei It was yellow f.iveror not, but only
o'.vevi e ii. .r toiiiinlit' bit to anchor o'ff
t:v.' w- ' oi' Hi s if y and
i he ., .e.fi( ; , ; lin ,i iliatcly,
i. ' on ii i to il.e colitllll V
I, M II til i ... t-iinriUi-V I
iiiiiwitiiMiinilim;, luim ;ht mv wile mnl sev-1
,,, ,, ,r , , an triend,. who had :
''-i ' t U b,r to no ! us. ... board, and M
p riecitully s d.-in s. d iin'. As t!i j very
best evidence In the world, it being the vol
unteered testimony of those present through
it all, and those '-who have wen it with
thoir own eyes," I refer all to the card
signed by scvcnty-livo passengers, which
has lieeii kindly published by the Cairo
and Evansvillo papers, and the origiuul
copy of which I now hold. In justice to
myself ami nil concerned, I hope the Mem
phis papers, that t:.ok so much trouble to
publish the untruthful reports, will please
copy this, aud thus give us the lienellt of
the truth. Yours rescctfully,
W. I Walk tit,
N Master Steamer Golden Crown.
MCTTAT, All) SOCIETY.
A SURSTITTTE FOR LIFE INSUR
Mutual Aid Sociktv
Orgaulied July Uth. 11177, t inier the Uwaof
the Mat-of Illinois, (opj righted July
, 11177, under Act of Congress.
WILLIAM .s-l'llATToN. I'ukxhknt.
Mils. I', A. TAVI.OIi. - . Vier. I'iik.iiikht.
J. A. liOI.MNTISK. . Tkkamciiih.
Ilii J.J (.Hlflii.N. . . Mkii. Aunsoiij;
11KIMAM l.r.W IS. . . SCIir-TAUV.
IIHAIII) OK MANAHKUS:
.1. .1. 1.OUIMIV riuslclnn. ..( slro. III
.iirs. r... I .ll.nu. Mlperilllenili.lil or
Srho )1. Alexander Couulv
Mr. E. I'. KIlKII. Varlelv ilfackel Hiore.
J. A. I.ol.llh'l INK. of l.oM.llne A !(,,.
seliwaler. Whobvalt and Itetail Healers
In Maple ami Ksmcv llrv I.ikxI
X. H TUISTLKWOnii'. of lllnklr &
Thistli-wood. Commission Merchants,
Cotton ami Tobacco hm tors
S. II. A VK Its. of Ayers & Co., fouimi
sion .Men h.'itiis ,. ,.
TllnMAS LKWIS. In-uraiice Manager
and A tinnier at Law
WM. STItAITuN.of Sinlion Js. llird,
S hole-nli. t,roeers
KU. M. AI.HKN. ( ommlsslon Mer
chant. VS Ohio lvt ..
JAs. s. KKAKDKN, A"fi.t MiMilpp.
Valler Trim-xirl.it urn f ompanv
IIAKI(HMX Hut IT, Watchmaker and
( HAS It. si t ART. Wholrnalvand If,.
tail Hrv (..hmIs and Notions
EIIWAlil) A. liniKH. Maiiiifarmrlntf
Jeweler and Wholesale ll.lr lu
Watchmaker' Tools ami Materials
KllWJN It. Et.NKW. I'roprlelor ht.
I'hurle Hotel ..
IIA.KN LKIiiHTii.S',Commi-iou Mer-
I)r. KIMVAHI) K. lioK. V, s. Mnr.h.i
Southern Hl-lrd t Illinois ... s,,ri,,,.s..i,t m-
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JAS. M. t.KLATT. ' Heal Ksi.ie '
Aircllt k,...L.iL- l..u.
Hev. li.VVIi) I'. WhLLS, Meo.odi.i
Minister (Irani! Junction. Tern
It. (.1 I.I.hl. .Merchant Merldan. Mis
J ALE OF
The following nnclalmed i?ood will he sold at
Public Auction to satisfy claim for Freight. Stor
age, Ktc, on Wharfboal Xo. 1 and It of the
llallliliiy and Phillip Whafboat Co., foot of Sixth
stroi-t, Cairo, Ills., on
TliurscLiy,Sept. 12, 178.
Coinmeiiciiig at 10 O'Clia k A. II.,
iinles pooner clnine.d and charjea puld.
T. '. Dowdy, J box II. II. (okmIs. 1 hbl. Molitfses;
O. K. Wllllains, :l paekaiJe hhiiiule Machine; L.
Siilllvun. :l boxes II. II. (Jood. 1 Itllle (iiin; Nancy
Tlinmoli, 1 SewltiK Machine; O. W. Illtie. 1 Keaper
and Mower; S. M. 4,1. p. Ware, 1 box Hardware;
P. K., 1 box Leaf Tobacco; J. Ii. Llnscnbiinr. 1 box;
Kanklii Ai Co., ficmpty Cuddle; V. M., 1 package
Wardrobe; P. & (Jo., J package L. (Hiss; 1(. Co.,
8 Wood Chairs; White A Co., 1 box H. Toliacco; V.
A. West, II boxes l)rus; A. W. Carr. 1 Ilasket
Clothliit;; ,1a. Crockell, 1 llox; J. Llndsey, 1 Half
lltirnd; CM. Powers, 1 Tall Chet; John Brown,
boxe Ilrandy; T. II. Sanders, .1 bundle Paper; It.
V, Pciirco, 1 box Muudrlea, 1 Ilarrel; K. ltli hardson,
1 box Hardware; 1). A. Hten", I box Snndrle; Tllloo
t Taylor, I kctf Hoda; Z.,lbox (ilassware; M. K.
P., 4 boxe Llipior, i luirnda Lltuor; Mr. H. II.
(lassriK'k, 1 box II. II. (iooda; liarvey, 1 chest
Tools; (1. It., 1 Hat Hack: J. M.,4 lied Halls; H. II.
4 lied Hulls; H. I.., 4 Itcd Hall; J. It.. 1 Sack Seed;
M. W' 1 Hlanilard for L. Glass; Mr. T. Ilorro and
L. Davis, 1 lot II, II, floods; J, A, P 1 Dniisaw;
Dan Kobinsou, 1 did t'urrlii(ie: John Point, 1
Trunk. No Mark: 1.1 box Sundries; 1 Cask Wine;
4 barrel Molasses; barrel Molaaaea; Vkvgn Horse
shoes; t bail Moat; li Tin Cans; ft bundle Chair
Htuir; II Tool Cliesl; 4 Lounge Kml; 5 bundle
lied Knils; 7 bundle Ileil Kud; 1 bundle lied
Klal; 1 ken Molasses; J Jutf Molassi-; a bunde
Wiikou Huh; ream Paper;'l Chair; 1 Ice Cream
Kreer.er: 1 Need Planter; Ibtindle llamea; 1 Ilarber
Chair; 1 .Sheet Iron Htove; I ban Cotton; 10 trunk
Sundries; l bundle Watioii Spoke; 1 Stove Drum ;
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a I.OOkl 'f ItlllSS! 'J LIH'M I'ou'llnr. 1 rli.,s f l,.l.lti.. .
, llM.kw. nick llulllK, 5 ,,,,
Klanu..; i box ,.n.i.Ki LuWTool l.oxe; i Cook
stovu aud Klxturu.
HOI.MAN K UW.H pAP",
Ohio Levee aud
IiliY (itMips, KTC.
The lartrt'st wholesale and retail Dry
Goods and Clotliin? Honse in this City;
arc rccciviiiir new GikhIs daily and aru
oircrimrtrrfat hartraitm in thrinost hand
borne lines if CARl'ETS, OIL CL0TUS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cash lucres, Iiou
rettcs, and a jjreat many other new
styles of Ill-ess GoimIs, Fans, Etc.; hi
fact in 'Vfryldepait incut of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
to call and see their stock.
rjMIK CITY NATIONAL RANK,
CAPITAL, 8100,0 00
W. P. IIAI.I.H1AY. President,
II. L. IIALLtilAY. Vice-President.
WALT EH IIYsLoP, ('ashler.
a. staat Tarum. w. . ham ihat.
lir.MlV l IU I.I.I DAT, H H. II SSIXIIHAM.
O. O. WILUAIISOS, Tll-MIM amo.
II. U. I'AXlJEC.
Kxi liaiiffr, Coin and United States Bunds
UOCCIIT AND SOLD.
Deposit received and a ex-ucral bmitlne l,n.li....a
ALEXANDER COUNTY RANK,
Commcreial Avenue and Eighth Stmt,
K. HRfiss, President.
P. X K VY. Vice President.
II. WKI I.S. Cashier.
T. J. KhHTll. Assistant Cashier.
F. Ilros. Cairo; Wlllliun Kln"e. Cairo:
Peter Neff. Cairo; William Wolf, Cairo;
C. M. Oslerloh, It. L lllllinfslcy. St. Louis ;
K. Iluiler. Cairo; J. Y. Clenmon. Caledonia.
4 CIEXERAL DAXKIXti HL'SINESS DONE. Ex
1 chauu'e sold and bought, lulercst paid In tho
Savtue jiepartment. ( oilections made and all
liuslness promplly Hllenilell to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, 1U69.
OFFICE I CITY .NATIONAL BAXK,
INTEHESTpnld on deposit March lat and Sep.
tenilier 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added iin
medliitelv to the nrlncltml of the depoeita, thereby
giving them compound Interest.
trchiy nil marrleil mtwn may deposit
niiineyiotrriroaJTle else ran draw It
WALTER IIYSLOP, Tkeakitker.
DVEl.N'O AXD RENOVATING.
'OUR OLD CLOTHES
CAM Bl BIAlTtn U.T
DYED Oil ItEPAIllED
At a Tritllng Eiiiciue-CO. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 80 EIGHTH ST.
IT Ladiea mi Ucuti' old haU audi tw. :