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PRO! RWONU CA0(l-PirrSICIANS.
JI. MARUN, M. D,,, (
Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon.
"ortlca M) Comuuirclal avenue. Roildunee corner
Fourteenth 91. ana Wellington voduu, t' lro.
Jf$. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrt No. 116 Commwlil Aeenue, between
kigath aud Ninth Streou
pit. W. C. JOC'KLVN,
, . . . DKNTIST, ..."
OFFICE Kijlitk Street, uimr Commercial Avenue.
rpiIOMAS LKWl!, , .
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow' nd Oorphant' Mu
tual AIJ Society.
J INEGAll & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. '.IS Commercial Avenue.
ST7.AU B) ATS.
JOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII
Elegant Sfdewheel Pawenirer Steamer
A. J. BIKD
Leave Cairo every afternoon at S o'clock, Tor
Ftiliicih, Mutropoli ami way landing. Kor
fmizlit orpasaaut). apply to SOL A. SILVER,
(JAIRO CITY 'FERRY CO.
t)n aud after Monday, Juno 14, the lo:it will'make
tb following trip: jt ,
icav , tATa t r.AVE
Foot Fourth at Mlsnouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
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7 a. m. 7:S0 a. m. 8 a. m.
' n a. m. :ao a. m. 10 a. m.
11 a. in. 11:) a. m. 14 m.
2 p. m. ' 3:) p.m. p. m.
:30p. m. 5:0t)p. m. 5:30 p. m.
V a. iu. :W a. m. 10 a.m.
it p. m. 8:10 p.m. 4 p. ni.
JxHte HiNKLC, N. B. Thihtlvvoou, J. II. Mihkc
Farmer's Tobacco VVareliou.se
"os. 1'35 and 147 Commercial Avenue,
OAIUO XL. lu
t ('"Liberal Advancement made on Conalgn
nieut of Tobarce, Floor, and (iruin.
UPTAg'Ut for Gear, Scott Co. threahlng ma
chines, portable saw mill and threabtug engines.
Ageti'ji for Champion harvesting piachinea. mower
Variety Bracket Store,
Coiawrrclal Avrnue Corn-r Math Stret.
CVIKO, : : : ILLINOIS
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
Hoop HKiRTs.Hoop Skitts an.l Tiltrs
50 ami 75 cents each, at Mrs. f.
You Mihs it if you uy clothing tmd
furnishing gotxls, nnywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, Cl Ohio Levee.
UinuoNu AND Rl.CHINO.Thu fetitek (f
liibbons and Ruching i very large and
nimply elegant, at Mvh. S. Williuinsou's.
Tkn Cents Worth. It you want a neat
fjnooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
l;air cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the toiMorial line, remember the place to
jt'ii to is Hcury Schick's, No. 142 Commer
cial avenue. '
MiLLiSKflvflooua. Mr. S. Williainson's
stock of millinery goods is complete and
ahe is ready tn riceive her customeiK.
Anti-Brixcm Phicfji At the barber
hnp of J. Geo. Stuinhouse, Eighth street,
tinur Alexnuder County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
' contg- Hair-cut, 23 ccnt; Shampooing,
25ceuta. Give him a call.
Lames viKDKHWEAtt. Finest, larirest and
cheapest stock of ladies' underwear sho ever
carried, at Mrs, S.Williamson's.
, It will pay yon to await the opening of
an entire near stock, consisting of men's,
boys' and children's clothing, 1'urnWiing
goods and the J. B. Stetson hats, cte. A.
Marx, the successful clothier, (it Ohio
Knit ' cloaks. Elegant line' of chil
dren'iKnit Cloaka and Zephyr goods at
Mrs. S.Williamson's., Cloaks 75 conts to
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Serg't Signal Corn. V. 8. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Mis. J. R. Thompson, of Anna, mother of
Mr. J. F. Rector, is in the city, visititig her
Master Scott White, son of Mrs. Scott
White, leaves the city to-morrow, for the
military school at Chester, Pennsylvania.
A fine boy to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sloo,
Thursday morning, and a daughter to Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Rector, are registered as
among the latest arrivals.
The carpenters working on the C. & V.
trusscl work across Goosepond, wi re com
pel led to lay off, yesterday, Incause tf the
theft of thrir tools.
t-Mr. LfojKihl Weil proposes to rntuin to
Cairo, at once, and re-establish himself in
the dry goods business. He will probably
secure the Hamilton house.
Prof. Bowan, whose answer to "Bob"
Ingersoll generally, we publish elsewhere,
will deliver his scries of lectures in Metrop
olis, commencing there Monday evening.
Charlie Schoennieyer has counter, chairs,
etc., for sale at a bargain. He wants tliem
out of his way so that he can open a new-
business. See small advertisement column.
Mr. Arnold is nursing a finger that
was rather roughly fondled, on Friday, we
believe, by some of the machinery of the
Cairo City mills. We were not supplied
A select party of ladies and gentlemen
made an excursion to Metropolis, yesterday
evening, intending to spend the Sabbath
among our neighbors, and to return home
Mr. Henry Halliday contemplates the
immediate erection of a brick residence on
his block adjoining that of Mrs. William
Hughes. Mr. Henry Stout has secured the
contract for the brickwork.
Read Mrs. Williamson's locals in this
morning's paper. She exercises a caref jl
watch over the needs of the trade, and al
ways manages to supply them abundantly
and satisfactorily, a like as to style, price and
Slieelian has gained reliable inform n
tion concerning tho whereabouts ot the
clothing recently stolen from the hotel ser
vant girl, and of the thief who stole it; but
the recovery of the one or tho capture of tho
other, would cost more than the stolen
property would repay.
James Orange, the voluble colored in
dividual whom many of our citizens are
prone to regard as a stupendous nuisance,
was arrested for drunkenness and disorder
ly conduct, and was jailed, yesterday, in de
fault of the payment of a fine of six dollars
and the official lringes. The tellow has al
ways been accorded entirely too much
The report that an Arlington, Ky.
saloonkeeper died of a suspicious tever,
Thursday, nd that two suspicious cases
there, have since developed themselves, cre
ated some talk in the city, yesterday even
ing; but there was a general disposition to
attach but little consequence to the story.
Delinite information will be received to
day from Dr. Reilly who went down to Ar
lington on Friday last.
One of our loss bricklayers' hod-car
riers struck on trim, yesterday morning; but
it was one of tho easiest matters in the
world to supply their places. Laborers
are entirely too plentiful and labor too
scarce, iu this market, for the strike of a
half-dozen or even a half-hundred laborers
to create even a ripple of cither annoyance
or excitement, among cither the bosses or
r .l n .i i . .
mm minis wiin ins stolen noises, was
inCairo two or three hours, when en route
for Blandville. He sold a watch to n bov
acquantanco of his, here, and pretended
that the horses In; ha I in charge belonged
to a man who had tared lain to tuhle him
to Paducah. TI19 watch purchaser says
that such a man was with Mat, and seemed
to exercise un ownership over tho horses. If
this be truo Mat bad an accomplice who
has escaped capture.
Our foreman has posted on the news
room door tho following: "Notice, none
but employes admitted to this room.
Cushioned seats and able conversationalists
will be found at the Branch otllce on the
Lcvcit. Exceptional characters are limited
to two 1. 0., our dog and cut." He hopes
the sociable young men who, having ten
minutes to sparo of an evening, have been
in the habit of bothering others who have
not, will take the hint, and hereafter call
only when specially Invited to do s i.
The Caruii mid Cairo accommodation
train canio , in yesterday morning with
twenty -four passengers, mostly persons who
came In to effect purchases ami transact
business. As we stated laut week, thh train
isput oc the read for tlio vwial accomo la-
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKJSIKU,' SEPTEMBER ' 7, 1879.
tion of parties living along the line of the
road hcuco to Curml, who profess the want
of cheap and convenient mcam of 'access to
tho Cairo market. And now that the means
are supplied, it is to be hoped tho people
concerned will show their appreciation of
The representative colorod men of this
State, will hold a conference at Springfiol
III., October Cth, 1870, to consider and dis
cuss tho following subjects; 1st. Their
relation as a distinct race, to tho various
political organizations. 2d. Tho best
means by which to secure proper rccogni
tion at the Mfcnds of the national and State
administrations. 3d. Their religious
moral, educational and material interests
It ptomises to be the largcst,gathering ot
representative colored men 1 vertical in the
Shortly after the occurrence The'Bci.
i.etin gave the details of the beating and
robbery of a white man in one of tho down
town bagnios; and subsequently told how
tw o of the parties involved were sent to the
penitentiary. Belle Hampton, in whose
house the crime committed, fled the
city ; but, returning a few days ago, and our
authorities being well persuade that she was
an accessory before, if not at the fact, ar
rested her and confiucii her in the county
jail, where she now 110s, nK-mtiui- (lie nerion
of tho grand jury.
A Mr. Fry obtained a warrant from
Squire Osboin, several days ago, for the
arrest of a colored man named Cornier,
whom he charged with tffeft of about a
dollar's worth ot wood. The parties met at
Squire Of bom's office, and settled, the mat
ter. But, tor some reason, satisfactory to
himself perhaps. Mr. Fry caused Conner to
be brought before S quire Robinson, yestcr
lav. to nuswci the same charge. The
Squire heard the story of bfth parties, an J
decided that F.y, or rather the people, had
no cause of action, and he sent the defen
d:mt "thence without day:"
Our reporter called on Charley Glass,
yesterday, and toitud him iu his accustomed
mood, tlioug'i a little les garrulous than
formerly. He eavs he hopes to keen his
courige up until the day comes around, and
believes tnat lie wul do so. lie continues
to feel embittered against the negro woman
who "swore the halter ftrouml his neck."
"But for their swearing the T's I would not
be here, and if I'd had money I wouldn't
be hero any how. They never hang men
who can raise flOO." He followed up these
remarks with avowals of his readiness to go,
rather inconsistently declaring that he held
no icalice and had forgiven (-vcryltody,
even "tnose who woukt bun tor sweanns
his life away."
The Springfield Journal of Thursday
alludes to Dr. Rauch's presence in that
city, as follows: "Dr. John II. Rauch wtis
iu the city yesterday and spent the dy at
the office of the State Board of Health,
leaving at midnight for Chicago. He had
but little news to communicate in regard
to the yellow fever. The D'ictor has been
hard at work at Cairo, keeping watch of
the situation and looking after the proper
enforcement of the quarantine regulations.
He has been in constant telegraphic com
munication with the sanitary authorities nt
all infected points, and thought it a matter
of congratulation that Illinois had not yet
had a single case of yellow fever, even an
It is told ot a middle-aged granger and
his boy who came over from Kentucky,
Friday, and concluded to stay over night
and "see the sights,'' that he took in the
Theatre ('(unique, and was much delighted
with the peifurmance. untii the presentation
of a tableau required the production of the
red lights. At the first out-flash of the
light he sprang to his feet, and the red glow
finally gathering an almost blinding inten
sity, he seized his boy by the hand and
jerking him from his seat and along the
aisle, lie bawled out : "Dad bum it, nusjlt'
iij), E!cnezcr -fust thing we know the
ceilin "I tie fiillin!" And at least five min
utes elapsed before the simple fellow could
lie persuaded to take his seat unit witness
the conclusion of the performance.
A chap named Jonsonntzky, from Villa
Ridge, came to Cairo Friday evening, with
an abundant supply of money for nil reason
able '.v:,nts. He waked up in the calaboose,
next morning; searched his soiled habili
ments and discovered that lie didn't have a
cent. Then a glimmering of the fact broke
in on him than he'd been drunk. Beyond
the cxiiilerating processes that led up to
tumbling drunkenness, hi,s memory told hhn
nothing. How he had made "Rome howl"
under the impression tie was in the wilder
no, and hnw be had In
vested his limited supply of dtt
cats in "setting Vm up for the boys,"
whs communicated tohini in the Squire's
office yesterday morning. A friend was
finally found from whom tie secured enough
monoy to pay his fine, mid he left the city,
humbled and repentant.
The force of carpenters engaged on
the Cairo and Vincenms company's new
trusscl work, over Goosepond, three or four
mile above the city, provided themselves
with a tool box, which they fixed on the
projections of the old trusscl work, beyond
the reach of passing trains. Instead of
bringing their tools with them into the city,
every night, they have been in the habit of
depositing them in the box, nnd lockln
them up. Some time during Friday night
somebody hroke Into the box.nnd completely
emptied it ot its contents. Every saw. adze.
hand-axn, plane, auger, boring machine and
chise! was ftken, the total va!u failing but
littlo, if any, short of three'hnndred'dollars.
The probabllitlcs'aro that some rascal or
rascals carried the kit across or down the
river in a skiff, and wcro twenty or thirty
miles away heforc the theft was discovered.
It is perhaps needless to add that wken tho
carpenters discovered their toss, tho atmos
phere all aWt there, permeated with strings.
and streaks ot prolanlt', turned bluo and
smelted of sulphur.
We have heard, in our time, of but few
accidents or mishaps that involved tho life
of hut a single person, that were more Jior
rible or sickening in their details, than a-us
that of yesterday morning, that resulted in
the death of Charley Bullock. Mr. Bui
lock was a boiler-maker by trade, and
worked in the shops at Cuntralia; but the
business becoming slack, a year or two ago,
he adopted tho calling of railroad brake
man, and took n position on the Illinois
Central. At Ashley, yesterday morning, he
was in the net of adding a cur or two to his
train, and being on the left hand side of
the train he concluded that ho hud time to
crossover to tho other side; and acting
upon the idea he started across the track.
When he gained a point midway between
the tails the link in the bumper of the ap
proaching car struck him in the stomach,
and shoving him back against the bumper
hcliind l", r.i'ii.Mu-.l its way entirely
through his body almost impaling him on
tho ring and two biimpcis! Of course the
poor fellow lived but n few minutes. It
was a most shocking affair, the mere de
scription of it being sickening. The body
of the poor fellow was tenderly cared for.
and conveyed to Cintralia, where it will
probably be buried. Deceased was a
nephew, we. understand, of ('apt. John ('.
White, tf Cairo, and an industrious, cir
cumspect young man, who enjoyed the re
spect nnd confidence of all who knew hiia.
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, County Superinten
dent of Public Schools, was engaged, yes
terday, in an examination of applicants for
school teachers' certificates. Mrs. T's ex
aminations are said to be very thorough,
and her marking close. The time was, and
not many years ago, either, when these ex
aminations were simply farcical. The ap
plicant was required to spell ti half dozen
words of three or four syllables, and if hi
hit3 exceeded his misses, he was considered
"sound"' iu orthography. He was required
to furnish a specimen, of his writing; and
tell how many barrels of tlour, nt four dol
lars per barrel, a man could buy with $100.
It was rarely indeed that the examination
embraced English grammar. If it did,
however, and the applicant knew that a
noun is the name of a person, place or
thing, and that au adjective is a word added
to a noun to express some quality, lie was
considered "high up" in grammar, and hi
certificate was made to cover the right to
teach all the elementary branches ot an
English education. The entire examination
lid not, as a usual thing, consume more than
dt'U'cn or twenty minutes. Rev-nlling these
facts, Hnd remembering the methods and
hscipline that obtained in the average
country school, even a quarter of a century
igo. some idea may Ik- formed of the dif
ficulties the gray-heads of to-day had to
surmount to acquire, even their knowledge
of readin', ritin' and Vithmetic.
Tiiereis a feeling of very decided ex
asperation among t lie old policy-holders of
the defunct and villainously managed Pro
tection Life Insurance company, of Chicago.
Edward D. Cooke, assignee of the com
pany, has filed a petition in the District
Court of the I'nited States for the Northern
District of Illinois tor an order of the court
to compel all the old policy-holders of the
company to show cause why they shall not
be assessed, to the extent of their liability
o Mch assessment, for the purpose of pro
viding money to pay the debts of the ih
fund company. The court has made the 1
order, and fixed the fir-t .Monday in Octo- ,
ber as the time for the hearing of the ob-
ctions, if any are to be made. By some
it is thought that the liability of the poliey-
ioldcrs extends no further than the amount
of the assessments they declined to pay
because of their distrust of the company's
soundness. Others hold that they will be
held for all the debts ot the company, as
well for the assessments paid by the policy
holders and withheld by the company
from the parties entitled to the money, as
for the assessments of which they were
notified and which they refused to pay. In
other words, it is held flint the company
was one of mutual obligations that every
member obligated himself to pay his pro
portion of every other member's policy
when the policy became payable. It this
view Im) true, the court will order an as
sessment to cover all the oflicers' stealings,
ns well as lie amount of the payable poli
cies for which the company made the as
sessments before it collapsed. In tho event
tint latter view is correct, the iissesnmcnt
will be heavy. If the former view be the
correct one, un average of ll-l or sJ'.'O to
each policy-holder will probably pay the
required sum. But where is the thing to
end? If the assessment can lawfully he
made once, it can lie made twiw. m until
the amount of money needed is collected.
Of the 7,000 policy-holders in the company
when it went tinder not more, probably,
than 3,000 or 4,000 could now be reached
by an execution. May it not follow, there
fore, that tho solvent policy-holders will be
compelled, by repented assessments, to pay
for tho Impecunious ones? Very few Uwn
or women will pay, unless they have prop
erty out of which the money can be made.
It may occur, then, Hint those only who
havo property subject to execution, will be
compelled to bear the whole burden. There
arc as'uuiny as sevcnty-flvc, possibly n hun
dred policy-holders In Cairo, and it might
pay them to take concerted uction.
'BOB" IXGERSOLIS TIMBERS SIUV
A MASTKUI.Y AND OVKIt-MASTKlll.Nd It Kl'I.V
" TO IXUEltHOM.'S EVKKYTIIINCI, IlVl'ltOF.
1IOWMAN, OF NEW VOltK.
On Thursday evening last Prof. Bowman,
of New York, a colored man of good ap
pearance and excellent address, asked us if
we would give plai n to a brief synopsis of
his "Course of Lectures in answer to Bob
Ingersoll," (meaning Col. Robert G. Inger
soll.) He especially desired that the "syu
opsis" appear jn The Bulletin as he had
discovered that the paper circulated quite
generally among the intelligent colored peo
ple. We agreed to surrender a few squares
for the publication of "the synopsis," and
on Friday morning the Professor furnished
us the following:
"This is a synopsis of a series of Dr. J. J.
Bowman's lectures iu answer to Col. Bob
The great facts which teach the being
and perfection of God are us intelligible to
the unlearned as to the most discriminating
metaphysician. In reality there is no fact
among the most rocondite discoverers of nat
ural philosophy, of which, us evidence of
design and wisdom in the Creator the humb
lest intellect is not capable of judging to
prove there is design in the structure of any
piece of matter. Nothing is necessny but
to see there is adaptation of parts and fit
ness for the trod net ion of certain effect.
Can any intellect he incapable of perceiving
The thing here recommended may not be
useful in converting the, Inkioei Col. In
gersoll. and in exciting his attention to the
gospel it will, independently of thi, be ad
vaiitagci us to the Christian himself, as.it
will rin him against the sophistical reason
ings of the skeptic and accustom him to
contemplate the foundations ol truth. All
men should be accustomc-d to look at first
principles, for they will often be obliged to
revert to them: besides it cannot but be
pleasing to the men of God to view him in
everything to which he can turn his eyes he
Ik'IioMs him, and it is true as a God of sal
vation only in the scriptures. But lie is
glorious iu all his works and to be honored
iu them all.
Look on you glorious orb of day, and be
hold a herald and a type of the mighty1
Savior, the Son of Righteousness. Lix.k
up to these starry heavens and behold the
wonders of the creative owcr of him on
whom thy salvation rests; with him thou
art joint heir of all the glorious worlds. If
he has garnished the heavens, what
shall be the glory of his people?
Col. Bob Inger-oll, the noted modern
Infidel, plausibly, but insidiously alleges
that science and revealed religionShould
each pursue its own course?, independently
of the other, without pretending to con
demn each other's tenets. Now w hat objec
tion can any man have to this liberal pro
posiiW Why will revealed religion seek n
quarrel w ith lier sister who wishes to live
in amity with herf I have every objection
to the proposal. It is not liberality, but
craft. It is the offspring of satanic subtle
ty, seeking to destroy Christianity, under a
mask of friendship. What docs false
science virtually profess in this offer?
Nothing but to restrain herself from verbal
ly proela:iningthat Christianity is an im
poster. while tier pretended discoveries
render the truth of the word of God im-
po-iUe. Of what avail is it thnt hc will
not trive distinct utterance to her opinion.'
Was she really honest she could not be
silent. It the di-coveries of philosophy
which run counter to the word of God are
really true, let Christianity fall. Would
any honorable mind brook the defense of
imposture? If Christianity is true the pre
tended of science must be a delusive
meteor. Why, then, should the man of
God out of complaisance to science, spare
her mischievous errors. There can be no
harmony between Christianity and Science
except as far as they respectively teach.
Pitox. Bowman. I). D.,
New York City."
I And, in like milliner, the Prof, scatters
tho Inliilel cliaff of Ingersoll wherever lie
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN EIRXI
TI KE FOR SALE.
All my household and kitchen furniture,
consisting of bureau, bedsteads, chairs,
cooking and heating stoves, table ware, etc.,
will be sold at private sale nt n great bar
gain. Call soon and get your pick, 11s I am
determined to close out as soon ns possible,
Com'l uve. bet. Eighth and Ninth.
September Oth. t!s7!).
A. M.vnx, now in New York, will pur
chase the finest stock of men's, boys' and
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
Rethinkd. Mrs. H. Williamson lias
just returned from St. Louis, with on ele
gant line of goods, which sho wishes tho
public to call and examine. ' , :
Pjr the Cairo Bulletin.
Ob Mrdlo, do you long
For tho n'ght to pat away? '
Thnt you may a!n your long
'Neath tlio over-hanging gray.
Tell me, blrdlo, It It wrong
To wlh that U were duj ?
I am weary, birdie dear,
ThowlugaoftUe dark are Mow.
By mv w Indow you are near,
In your little tent I know,
Thou, oh blrdlo, Hat to hear,
I your acawerycior liof
In the night do you compoHu
All the mulodlpn ou inr
Whllo the aky shore yu g'.owa
A the gina of aound you alrliy,
Or daintily rcpoio
Your keairnrath downy wing.
If yourmni.-a I could trannltiti',
Would they linaihe of thluga dlvtue,
Of t!ie woniKrfiil white gate,
Where prurli of heaven hlurf
Ah. eagerly I wait
Kor yi'Ur mulc to tie mine '-
(ilve r.ie Dim twittering word.
Era ilA)llj;lit cotnn to cheor,
Then 1 11 kuow I have been heard.
Twitter oftly, birdie dear,
For the alienee fa nnatlrri-d.
Ar.it your atwcr I nhall hear.
For the fl:o lluKetln.
I mine w!tu my liojie. with tlm niij's r!rt ray.
And I look out aver t!ie m,
To wnlch Tor theialli, o'er the eu ua,
Of the chip thnt nicy come to me
I ere the white aali In drvtui through the nlijtit,
And I watch nl! the weary ilny.
A I dream of the beauty, aul poiden llIit,
Of my dear l-lstnl hmji.- v.vuy
And I hear thevoicuf t'.iat cuy to me:
"Thy ship will come freighted from ce!U,
And jteni'iitrewu ravel of the no,ii:d!i,- ,
Hrin;irii peart and glintenln helta
Ainl onie liny. Mil heart, In the :ir,Mnc'a tu!m,
Like a lurrt, o'er the ea briiht foam.
The ship u IK come br!nj.-liic. In fen'a! 1 a'm,
To bear tliee away to thy home.
To the i.le that lien like a peaceful heart,.
In the riu-r wllii (hnded ahore.
Where thmi i-hnlt real, from the world apart,
Aa bleat an Iu da) of ore
Where the poplart aliril all allvery green,
And Janiine Hie lattice hath bou:id,
Where the laurel hlooin ll;lit the wooden w.ae,
With 'he gleaming rHer aroutd.
Witj my hope I wait, whlie the sun alnka low.
For the breeze of a annimer aky
Thai may aweep where the rocka of core! grow.
And my loitering ahlp waft nl;h.
Oh! my ahlp, my hlp, with the ailvcr prow,
spread thy gleaming aallt to the breeze
The grape are gathered, the feaat la now ,
llaatc away o'er the ahiliiLg lean.
Oh! benr me away ere my hope ' crushed ;
Let me hear the awett welcome word.
Ere the ftaal la o'er and n:y voice it bobtd,
And broken the ailvcr cord.
Oh! my beanilful. peaceful Maud tome,
Ti a ehrluc to love, and to keep.
st;'.l hope deferred will the ahip crecoaiu
Miiln;: over the ri atleaa deep?
The fashionable !xt and shoe maker,
tukes pleasure in announcing to hit old pa
trons and to the public generally, that he
can still be found at his shop in the, Athu
ncuni building, where he is prepared to
make to order, loots or shoes of the latest
style from the lest material and of the
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A Xo. 1 stock, all of his work will bo
warrauted as represented, or no sale.
4 LL ADVEirriSEMENT In thl co'utnn. of
live line each orlewill lie puhlWhed fi.r n
entn everr innertion: .1 uientha without cbficgi,
Jl.iw per month. Each additional line, 3 cei.yi.
siltuatioua wanted Ove.
FiH HA I.K IMtol'EUTY.
A No. 1 !ar room and ahelvlut tor otllce furni
tare) i for aale cheap Also ninny oth-1 hr-roiu
tlxliirea. Enquire ol I'harlea Schi.it nuieyur, coram
Tenth street and Washington avenue.
Oelmonieo Hotel. Cairo, Illluola l.l'iera! terma
to a good tenant. Apply to
C.KEK.N A OlI.BEIiT.
Att'ia. ('.tiro, I'ia.
T.tlhe lliWni.m Fire Company No 4: Annual
election wlil be held September sfh, Ki
ANDY srLI.IVAS. S.'C'v
Fun Sai.k-'Separately or tojether, a act of alnitlo
harness, a now, bnsey ciiahlon and a bugev whip.
Apply at llulletln blnderr. Jok E lit'ttxi.
lIKAIMJl AUTKns FOlt FINE AKfMKY (tOOI)H
IloHs. Arrow . Tawt". Miootlug liloves etc.. at
('. W. HENOEIOON'S. C ommercial avei e. inr
nerTwelflh street .
Twoatory brb k house, el'.'ht room, on NliJIi
street, oiipoalte Dr. Dunning'. Apply to A. Marx,
ill Ohio Leveii .
ONH NIGHT ONLY!
Tuesday, September 1), )Vl
I'.IIASS BAND AND OltCHUsTIt
The Only Genuine Southern Colored
The Very Acme of Negro Ecceiilrlcltle!
Tlio TopinoHt ltouml of VA lilori:m
EtTDOX'T FAIL TO SEE TIIEM-J
('opuliir price. Itcaervcrt onl nt Hnrtman's
alore. For piirtlcilliir eo iniull bill.
J. E. DK1TTON, JAJIES McNAVIN,
, Manager. Agent.
TjIOUNDHY, MACHINE SHOP AND
L1 STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Ikon "Wokks
9.1 OHIO LF.VKE, CAIU0, IJXS.
John T. .Ronnie,
TTAVIXO established hlwork at the above men
4VIXO ctabllliert hlwork at the above men
tinned placo I better prepared than ever for
II tinned piaco i inner prepared than ever tor
niiinufttcturliiK Hteant Engine uud Mill Machinery,
Having steam inimnier ana ample Tool, tlio
manufacture ol' all kind or Machinery, lUttroad,
Hteainbout and Bridge Forging made a ariectulty.
Uapeclal attention given to rupulra of h,i -tn and
Bra Caatlng of all kind made to ordei
Pipe Fitting lull IU hrunchet.