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Iloiton IIiuetik! l'lfse innotinco mens n
inJiill lyr re-e'rctlon 14 the nlTteo ef County
TrAtitcr, Mii.Jeel tofho ilreislonof thodemo
ratlc convention. WILLIAM MARTIN.
DBMOCHATIC VOVSTY CON
VENTION. ApfinK-ntimiof tlin Demoer-tie i-artr Is hereby
willed to meet At Hie riMirMiotiie. in t aire ,n
Tuewlsr Hie t'Mli ilny of September, 1WI, nt one
o'elnek, p m. for llm purnoeo oi teic-unir tie:.
,.-iti t Hie Democratic Mate Conrciition to bp
lirM in f-rrinficil on the lib lay of CVtolier,
lll, for nnininallllf n eamlldAln fur Count)
Tnairerl Hie oonitn-; November election, ami
the traniattion of f licit otner btnlncM a mi)'
be ilrnid no'e.ry liy Mild contention when
M"tnMi'd
rVipihitiinolntnipiil uf ililejatra to ahl celin
tye. nvcnii.i.l, the Iein jeruM In the -everal pre
i in i w Ale mler r.iilnly rtrn hereby notlli)d
unit nqiiift'd to liold tip-einet Hireling nt
ilnr f-i i'He ilmc nf IwMlnjf flection- on
iinrin Mi tub iltir of HeiitJiniier, 11, at 't
n'ubek,'p I" The lininper ofdeli'Rnlet to which
K.111I1 pti Inti tuentilli'.t l'Pinr ai follow, vli!
llstlewo-.l 2 Clear Creek 2
Thtbc - Mniaee
I'nilr - 4 (ioo Islaml ft
img Tii illt - ' Not III t'iilro.............l2
louth Calr - I J
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Hept. ,1MI.
sti:amuoath.
mound 'city ANn'oAiiio'
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Gait. William II. Sandusky.
WILL MARK
FOUR. TUtl'S KVERY
urtntr.v
DAY
CAIRO -A-lSriD HvEID. city
J.V.AVK CAIRO, I I.KAVK .All). ClTV,
roar or nniitit "titT. i mntr-oAT,
At 7 am. I At 8.30 A.M.
At 10 A.M. At...,
At 1 i'M. At....
At 5 r.M. At...
... ll.iiU A.M.
L',30 r.M.
C.30 P.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
tr 111 r. '
JIO.V FACTORY, lIAWK'ft LANDINO, KT.
MOl'TII OF CACHE, XI ARISE WAYS,
AND NAVY YAItl).
Jr'TKAJlHU A. DAKKli,
Cairo and Capo Girardeau
Packet,
J. II. HAY, MnHtcr,:
Will lete Cnlro for Cine Olrardem every Tueo
dv And Fridny, nt 8 o'clock, n.m.. And returnlnK
UllPAveCpe olrnrdenu every WcdnedAjr and
Saturday momliics nt the Amehour. For freight
ADU pe-'KP n 1 1 1 ' 1 J uh uvitru. Pi'jiioii
IIHJOS" BOATN.
EVAXSVILLE A.Vf) TUISVILtE
The eplcndid eteainct
UMPIRE,
IU OIIH, Mn-tcr,
Will lee Cairo thl- (TUESDAYl even'nfi At 4
o'clock, p.m. For freiglit or pas-age apply on
bOAld ot to . .
JAN. HIGOS.AK't.
CAIRO AND LOUISVILLE
Weekly I'ackel for Vadncab, Evansville iml Lou
IfVille, the fivonto steamer,
BDDYYILLB,
T. . llV.I.t.V,.lHml r.
I.eAien Cairo every PATUDIiAV nt J5 o'clock p.m.
yur freight or paiiiio apply on board or to
jam, maun, au"i.
CAUiO AND 1-ADUCAII
MAIL IIOAT.
The splendid neamer
JiK'l'ovilcr, Mutter.
I.evim C ir. IHII.Y, (Pnndayw excepted) ntt
pill
r.ir iniiinor p:i.i npini on ixmr.i or
JAS.III(;ilN. Ac'l.
t
CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
v. s.m'aii. iacki:t.
The faM-rusriitig, ll-tht diaujhl' steamer,
mm ragon, . ,
it s KOWt.KR -..Master
W1I.I. Fo-l.EIt Clerk
i,-a Cairo EVERY f-UNlAYnnd T llUIlSIi.VY
(inplareof .ttamer Iillov-.il.;), nt & p.m.
jas. iti;;s. ak'i.
l'ADrOAH AND EVANSNILLE,
itnplarcotihe Aik.Sti;),
TIIK t-l'LKMilU l.lOlir UltACOllT 5TEAMEK
DICKJOUNSOX,
l.l'.K IIOWBI.I., MuHler.
Will UvieCuro for Evannllc every WF.tiN'F1!.
l and hATVItDAY at .1 o'clock. p.m. For
IrmnU pr piuimce tipply ou tKjard or to
J ah. nn;;s, ak'i.
JI'.NS.MITIIK.
JOHN A. K.OEH LEIl.
.Utuil.tuui id ail kiixli of
sh'ot cs-'iinsrs,
ItJFLEi: AND PISTOLS.
KKY& MADE TO ORDER,
All ICinUh ul
U Ul-k.
uU KulriuK
hAXlMFAOTlON WAUUANTKD.
UWU-hW-.v. A .lt-Ul. U.Ul
J'Ut-IOFIUl'K.
l'.Jirx lei.yt, Cuj'-S'Oj! Ull &rff Pj CnxiriOuM
oouyiauur uu imuu. iwyinu
uak t vrrr.uH.
H.T. OKKOCLJ);
STE;U! AND OABEITTER
"HlUU in
uam rixTriu.
(la.
Filter's nod
and number material. Wood
(lobe nnd unn.t. vli,, nut,
iuks,ch(ifk Valve,tVi),
piiinp-i,
eocli
, . ( AH,0 AOIST JOU , ( , ,
Turu IlrollierN rnteiil Dry tin Meter
And ilurehoii.e, Wills A Co'w Automatic Water
......v-tut -ii. nu'll, .UtlV Ur AH lllll UUIICiB.
WlSTElt'B IlUOCK
COil klTHt'I A I.-A VENUE
Uilru, IllluoU.
.epllllf.
UIKUINU.
rkOUKB. iaini)hlt. brul. ,..,ui,
JD paper, tax llnt-.ijnd -vry' varit-ly ul i
aivu nrlntlncr eontraetod for. unil .....Lil"
news.
feu.
rueedilv exucul.l. In the liulwtl!. i.,.i, ' M.
and
and linirn.r bladlnlf Citabllnlimrni. " ' '
A
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
GKHiMAN TJIKATKK,
At
nilLHAKAiONIO HALL
0.1
m nf rritvi,eT)ir-n, 21th.
The milling fateo of
TRAVELLING STUDENT
OR
THE
lIKMIDIt AND I.IIJIIT-flKU.-
CAST.
Jaeob.a rich miller.- '. Mr. 1'fue-s.
Jolintini, hi UAiighter .. Ill" K
nramieim, j.nRineer j.nuienni...RuciiiTiu:iuHii.
Tollberj?, an overaeer 0. Schonein-er.
win. .niinser, eiuucni .........
Margaret, miller's liousekeper Mr. Mceliner.
AilniUNlon
no rent.
Doors opjn nt 7 o'oeloek. I'etforniAnco to be
In t s o'clock. ,
MASOXH'.
AA negulnr Communication ol Cairo It. A.
yChaptcr No. 71, will be held nt Masonic
Hull, thli ITvicuhy) evening, September lOlh,
F. KORSMEYKIt, Pet'.
THE BULLETIN.
MMwWIHWHWw.MlIWS.
PiibllnhrU every morning, MoDdnjr ex-
crpve-a.
BREVITIES.
Mr. Jftoob Y'cut is in Ibo city.
Fresh vegetables nt Illxby & Koch-
ler's.
Jnclt AVintcr lias roturncd tptho radi
cal vomit.
Mr. Nicholas Ilunsnker is foreman of
the grand jury. '
No quorum could bo obtained at tho
mooting of tho city council last night.
A mock duel camo off In a down town
house last night. Nobody hurt.
Jno. Mnrtin, jr., of tho Paducah Ktn
tuckianfTXHS in tho city on Sunday.
Oircut "court convened yesterday
morning, Judgo D. J: Baker, presiding.
John Strauhal is -coking tho demo
cratic nomination for county surveyor.
Judge. liross and lady proposo an over
land trip to Capo Girardeau ihis week.
"SVard was slaughtered yesterday in
tho houso of his friends. II 0 died liko a
little man.
Who killed poor Ward 7 'I" said D.
Munn, "with a twist of my wrist, I killed
poor ward."
Judge Green returned to tho city last
Saturday from n six weeks recreation in
Kentucky.
Messrs. Iko "NValdor and Robert Cun
ningham lea tho city last night for New
York, to purchase- goods.
A meeting of tho Ladies' Benovolcnt
Association was hold last night at tho res
idence of Mr. Phil. Howard.
llixby Si Kochlcr'g family grocery,
Eighth street between Commercial and
"Washington avenues.
Tho sun not our lovco cotomporary
but tho great big sun, centor of light and
heat, etc., still refuses to shine.
The doors of all tho saloon's wero
kept closed on Sundny in compllnnco with
Chief ofrolico..Myors'jiotico
Probnto court was.convenod yesterday
afternoon, Judgo Uross presiding, but no
business of importance was transacted.
Sugar, Coffee, Teas, Spices, and cvory
thing usually kept in a first-lass family
grocery store, at Bixby & Koehlcr's.
If you wish fresh, swoet butter, go to
tho family grocery storo of Illxby &
Kochlcr, Eighth street between Commer
cial and Washington avenues.
Prosecutor McCartney is in tho city
at his post, full of lifo nnd vinegar. Ho
is an industrious nnd cntliusiustlc officer,
and never soys "die."
Tho Sun snys the muss convention of
radicals was tho largest ovit hold in Cairo.
Forty-eight votes woro cast, nnd ovcry
radical in llio house voted. How largo is
that?
The colored men wero compelled to
take a back seat nt the republican mass
convention yesterday, (iladney didn't gat
even a smell.
Mr. Munn aspires to tho, republican
nomination for congressman from tho
ttuUj ntjUrge, and ha,aud Linogur left'or I
.?jiiiiui;iu imi uijjiu iu iouk nuur ins in-1
terts. ' I
Tho alarm of flro at 10 o'clock yestor- I
d.v wn. .t,,n,.,i v. .1,,. t r.lprints.-urcss cooas, nouons, uiu., wcru
u..,.,.b u. b
l:4Vtl of pilch on tho "railroad slip," in
W reur of the itore of Mr. Marx. No
dauiuge wu done. 1
The llouvh tiid iii.adv fl,n rnmn,...
j . .
iii.m.... h..i... 1. ....... i... , . .. 1
' o ' J ' .
..ul,. 1. ui.itit. (irvr.nrf.di hv -
luucbiuisU, and soon be herself again,
uuie to out-throw any mull engine in the
wty. So it it tali.
.Mr. RoWrt W. Miiltr, tbo
radical I
taudldiite for county trunurer, Is a very
llfV..P t. ...til .. -
-.v. (joiuiiu.il, .nn ii wm inereforo
Kivt ui much pain to lay hlto out cold',
but the duty muit und will be done.
-Aauuidtu Jauckel will uVu i,.. 1
at l'hilhtruiotilc hall on next fiundy nii-ht ioon ttt UnUy' bul tboro lt- trck
The bill will U kIi uttractlvo one. and will lo,t Bnd nobbo1y.had -,1 Wln.
no flou w turtct a full homo. Mr. Jaockel
is a worth v tarnWu. -.,,,1 .v...i. . .
a btubel of wonev out of hlsbonoti.
i. r...t. t. i r i . .1
An Infuriated female woke tho echoes I
w Mlu ewiiULS I
IIMir Till Illlt l KTIV . .. t. j I
llll. I, I l.i. n.l nnnllh.
..., j vv.....4u;u cursinir.
KUaiwnr-, ,n,1l 11,. f ,,.IJ
IU I. II. 1.1. . .
... .. ,
-----...uiMJutu wuii u wimo mun, uui a
,y bBer would bo compelled to toto ker. -
- i'i. i-
.77 y ,-"ocratlo convention
"'" m 1 " noon at tho court houso.
i. i... j.iirwii, .lOieub M-v-n,. t
S. Reardcn und Jume. H. HWftyno ,lavo
boon mentioned in connection u.
ndmination for couuty treasurer.
Tho Vienna ArUry raised tho hopes
o'ftbopeoplo of Cairo high by Informini-
thQm that Gen. Burnsldo would be in the
city on lait Saturday and arrange for pro-
cosdiog with tbo Cairo and Vinwanes
THE CAIRO DAIEY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1871.
railroad. Ho did not como. AVhoreforo7
Sunday was n very pleasant day, not
withstanding the clillllncss of tho ntmos
phoro. List week's rnln improved tho
condition of tho roads, and many persons
look tho opportunity to onjoy onoof tho
greatest pleasures within tho reach of
Cnlroltcs a drive round tho Mississippi
lovco.
Circuit court convened yesterday
morning, Judgo Baker, presiding. In the
afternoon tho caso of tho pooplo against
young llollsy, charged with an attempt to
kill a man named Bock Was called and
proceeded with. Judgo Mulkoy was
speaking for tho defenso when tho court
adjourned.
Mr. 1). Hurd received n telegram
from Gen. Burnsldo yestordny to this ef
fect, thnf"orkmcn would, bo plocod on
tho road in ovory county along tho lino
by tho first of October, nnd that tho gen
eral would leavo for Europo Immediately
to .ncgotiato a loan to finish tho roaU:
without any further delay. Tills informa
tion compels us" to bo bbpcfiil.
On Sunday morning, Rov. Mr. Frlond
donounccd circus performances in charac
teristic language, nnd forbndo any of his
mombcrs from patronizing Mrs. Lako.
Ho said that Mr. Davis, of tho Sun, who
had been a minister of tho gospel might
bo in bettor business than puffing such nn
unholy institution ns tho circus, This is
aad.
Tho Turnor anniversary festival last
night was n successful affair. School's
hall garden was beautifully decorated,
and quito a largo company participated in
tho festivities. At 9 o'clock tho musicians
retired from tho garden to tho hall, und
shortly thereafter tho dancing began nnd
was continuod until a lato or, rathor,
early hour this morning.
Tho nTarm of flro on Monday morn
day at 3 o'clock was false Somo
rascally early risor, desirous of teaching
his follow-cltizons tho virtuo thero is in
tho habit of getting up beforo tho aun,
soundod tho alarm, and all tho 'city ex
cept tho very sound slcopers turnod out.
Tho firemen Indulged in curses both loud
and deop, and exprossod a great anxiety
to lay their gontlo hands upon tho rascally
alarmist.
Sheriff Irvin informs us that a negro
namod Charllulithatm living about nino
miles from tho city on tho Joncsboro road,
beat his wife to death ono day last weok
and docampod. Ills black neighbors,
through (car or for somo other cause, pro
fossed tho utmostlgnoranco of the tragedy,
and a woman who was in tho room whoro
tho murder was committed, at tho time,
said she know nothing about Ihe matter
thatsho was too sick at tho tlrao to either
eooorhoar., , , t. u
Messrs. Bixby & Kochlcr havo open
ed a family grocery s'tdro on tho north
sido of Eighth a'troct, between Commer
cial and Washington nvenucs. Tlicso
gentleman aro well-known, business men,
and deservo nnd wo doubt not will receive
a liberal sharoof public patronage Their
storo room has been fitlod up in excellent
style, and they proposo to deal in nothing
but first-class goods. Thoy will keep on
hand constantly n full stock, nnd will sell
at tho very lowest figures.
A meeting of tho chamber of com
merce was hold last night at tho St.
Charles, but no quorum being in attend-
anco tho cbambor adjourned, without trans
acting any business, to meet at tho office of
D. Hurd A Son,' on Thursday morning
next, at 10 o'clock. Tho following gcntlo
mon wpro presont :, Messrs. G. V. Wil
liamson, D, IJurd, C W. Hurd, W. Rit-
tenhousc, E. .W Groon, G. Mr Aldon, Z.
D. Mathus, E. C. Uhl, D. F. Pnrkor, W.
Loncrgan, I. B.'HUdson, R. W. Millur
and J. H. Oberly . , y ,
At tlio St. Charles yesterday, woro
tbo following persons: .0. L. Ilnll nnd
family. Memphis: G. A. Koltn, samo : (J.
H. Hall, Chicago E. K. Knight Onargn
Mr. Clark, Helena, Ark; M. Stem, bt.
Loultj Geo. McDonald, city; Z. D. Mh
thew and lady, same; M.Tift, Frankfort;
W...H.. Green, cltyTC. M. Forroll, Eliza-
bethtown; J, F. .McCartney, Metropolis,
III.; J. Armstrong'; Evansville, Ind.; E. S.
Hnbbora, St. Louis; R. W. Brown, Cincin
nati, 9,11(0; jChnrlca.L. JJiioaas, AMuntai
Ga.' '
Ycstorday comcd to bo a busy day
with our dry goods merchants. Tho now
full goods of ovcry description aro pouring
in upon thotn, and tho lados, anxious to
soo and purchase, woro out in force. Tho
clerks at tlio varipus stores.on Commercial
avenue, particularly nt thoso whoso pro-
nrietors uro onicrprisinjj uiiu urunu
enouih to ndvorllso in Tiik Bui.i.kti.v,
wero kept busy all day long. Muslins,
- , , ... 1 : ,,
a""eui nnu nmu ul ""I'J"-''
inuisponmuiu uruu
to well-pleaseu purcuascrs
Tho Ilttllan who was arrested last
. .. ... ..j... !.!.. r
wccK ior 1110 iiiieiiinicu iiasoosiuunu.. u.
- - - - - - .
old man Beebo; has boon discharged, and
tho affair Is still wrapped In mystery.
Sheriff liMn has used ovory offort In his
power to discover tho guilty partlos, but,
has bean unsuccosful. Saturday morning
I ha wont U the country and mado a diligent
I. 1 . .t- f-l.l 4 1.1...
lsearcn ior iniormaiion inn iiiigiiv jiui nun
on tho irs.ll of tbo wagon cf. tbo assassins ;
I but. atrango to say.nobody know tho-ag-
oni "-or drivers. Tho wagon had bean
woro
exepet
a negro who rV.inti ho saw it near Cairo-
lull ou oo tno lovoo-coming into i.io
Cil? m the veningt)f the day ofhe-nt-
i , ... , i iii.i i, ... i
lompiuu ussnuiuimuii. ,. iw ik.vuiuu in i
V, L ... .1 1 1 ,, ,
j,.. inW 'AXA thn nbl and rminff man
I "" - J O
I ..!...-,. .it.! i. .., i, .., ,.,.,!
IIUW. urn.. bw.v.
, , innm oi somonniiv v ia lives
within marketing distance of Cttlrfa; and it
must havo roturnod to its owncra houso?
. . j ; -
How could it havo dono so without ob
sorvatlon7 How .did tho pld ,man and
young man get hack liomo wiinout boing
seen by mortal oyo 7 It Cannot bo possi
ble, that tho men, horsos and wagon havo
an -vainiuou into mn air, uuu, it iiiey iiavo
. .i . , i , .
uv, wiuru is, uyuiiu an uouui, some way
I .,,. . 1 . -'
in wiueu iiiuir -vvuoreauouu may uo illi
covorca.
l'aul.O, BcUtjh .-Battlnger's medl
iCUa. v ' xt
THE CLIQUE CONVENTION.
FORTY-EIGHT ItADS IN SOLEMN
CONCLAVE.
LINEGAR, MUNN AND POPE TO
THE FRONT.
HOW WARD WAS SLAUGHTERED.
ROUT. MILLER DOMINATED
TREASURER.
FOR
THE MANTEL OF SURVEYOR
FLUNG AT JAS. A. PHILLIS.
At ono o'clock ycstorday tho radical
cllquo wondod thoir way to tho court
house, and went through tho programme
which had been prcpnred for tho occasion.
Thoy met In what was styled a republi
can mass convention, which numborod less
than half s lntiid:cd thlrly-throo whlto
men nnd .fifteen negroes.
After Gon. Pope had concluded glvlnr-
tho hst touch of polish to tho resolutions,
which wero written on Sunday, thero was
a solemn pause, when
Col. ;McKf.aio. Tho convention will
como to order. I movo that Mr. Lincgar
act ns chairman.
Of coussc, tho motion was adopted, nnd
Gon. Popo npplaudcd, whilo Major Munn
looked up townrds tho colling with nn ex
pression of deep thankfulness in his henr
only eyes.
Col. Lincgar ndvnnccd slowly towards
tho stand, nnd smiled blandly ns ho bowed
beforo tho immonso crowd of forty-soven
assembled beforo him.
Col. LiNKOAit. As long as I havo been
n member of tho republican party, this is
the first time 1 was over called upon to
prcsldo over a republican convention.
Major Munn. Make us n speech.
Col. Linkoai;. That is unnecessary.
Tho result of tho lato elections is speech
enough for republicans.
Tho Colonol then subsided.
Lieut. AiticK. I movo that Capt. Da
vis, of tho .Vkii, not as secretary.
Of course, tho motion was adopted, but
thero was " nary " applause.
Major Munn. I movo that a commit-
mitteo of three bo appointed to draft reso
lutions. t
Of course, tho motion was adopted.
Tbo chair, as per agreement, appointed
s such committee, Major Munn, Capt.
Landon, and Gen. Henry Hays, n colored
gentleman of great valor.
Col. LiNKOAit. The noxt thing in order
is tho appointment of a delegate, to repre
sent tho republicans in tho republican
state convention.
Gen. Fope. I nominate Col. McKcalg
as delegate
Of course, tho Colonel was appointed.
Col. Wood I nominato dipt. E. Ruder
as alternate.
Of course, tho Coptain was appointed.
Col. Lineoau. Nominations forcouuty
treasurer aro now in order.
Col. Wood. I nominato Lieut. Robert
Millor as tho republican candidate for
treasurer.
Gen. Pope. I nominato Capt. F. M.
Ward.
Col. McKaio. 1 nominate Capt. Peter
Saup.
"apt. Saup. I declino tho nomination.
Major GitF.KN. 1 nominate Lieut. Cas
per Yost.
Liout. Yost. I decline
Lieut. Ahick I nominate Capt. John
B. Phillips.
Capt. Piulliph.I decline
Col. McKeaiu. I nominato Gen.
Henry Winter.
Gen. Jack Winteu. I decline
Nominations then closed, and a motion
prevailed to tako tho'vote by ballot.
Col. Wood and Liout. Ariok wero ap
pointed tellers.
Tho vote resulted ns follows :
For Miller - it tolea.
For Ward 4 rotes.
Major Munn. I movo that tho nomi
nation of Lieut. Miller bo made unani
mous.
Of course, tho motion was adopted
Gen. Pope. I nominato Privnte Jnmcs
B. Phillis for i-urvoyor.
Gen. Wiktkh. I inoye that tbo nomi
nation bo tnndu by acclamation.
Of coursi',tho motion was adopted.
Col. LiNEUAit. Tho report of the com
mitteo on resolutions will now bo read."
Major Munn then rend as follows:
JUnoheJ, That wo ndhoro to tho princi
ples of tho republican party, and will, in
tho future as In the past, adlioro to, and do
fend tho 13th, 14lh and 15th amedmonts to
tho constitution of tho United States, and
tho reconstruction nets passed by congress,
that defend nnd maintain tlio rlghtaof tho
citizens without regard to race, color, na
tivity or previous condition, without
which tho amendments would be but high
sounding words, and tho results of four
yoars of bloody war lost to this great re
public. Jlesolcal, That It Is n sourco of congrat
ulation to tho republicans, to know that
thov lmvo so conducted tho affairs of tho
government In regard to tho constitutional
iimenutncnis anu rncoimrucuun ns 10
guarnntco Jequal .rights to nil mankind
nnu to wring irom our uiiuuciiis nn un
willing admission of its justice und stabil
ity us evidenced in tho now departure of
tjiolaio democratic party.
Jiesoivea. 'mat mo rnuuciion oi vtio na-
tlonal debt, tho economical administration
of national affairs, tho just and honorablo
settlement or tlio Alabama claims, ana tho
firm and Justliarid with which tho liberty
of nil tho peoplo has bcon maintained, en
titles tno administration oi rrosiucnt
Grant to tho admiration of all good citi
zens and meow our nearly approval.
llesolvtd. That tho recent elections show
an increased confidence of tho people in tho
ability nnd Integrity of tho republican
party to aumimsior iiio auuirs ot the gov-
ernmoni w in ci uui uuu cxtici lusiico to
"all, and is tho hand-writing on tho wall
lor iBfz. . .
Rtsohtd, Uliat wo inuorso tho railroad
laws passed by tho presont gonoral assom
blp of this state, and approve tho vigorous
and determined course of our railroad
commissioners to compel tho railroads of
this itato to oboy the law.
Gen. Pope. 1 movo to adopt tho reso
lution as read.
Of coursCjtho motion was adopted.
Capt. Lanbden. I would mnko a mo
tion that the delegato from Aloxauder
county to tho republican state convention
bo instructed to cast tho voto of Aloxan
dur for Hon. D. W. Munn for candidate
for congress from bo stato at largo.
Of t'ouree, tho motion was adopted.
l.iout. Amen. I movo that tho pro-
ceqdlnc-iof 'this convention bo published
in tho Sun, nnd in The Bullktin, If It
pleases.
Of course, tho motion was adopted.
Col. AVood. Wo had bettor do some
thing nbout tho county central committee
Major Munn. I movo that tho old com
mlttoo bo continuod.
Of course, tho motion was ndoplod.
Gon. Fopii. I movo wo adjourn.
Of course, tho motion was adopted.
Tt.toiutoe.
THK COLOBKD CONTROVERSY REPLY OF
ALLEN COLonED.TO SMITH. COLORED TIIK
TRUE BLUE QUESTION.
Editor Cairo Bulletin:
I noticed In tho Evening Sun ot thel3th,
an nrtlclo hoadod "A Tolntod Letter,"
from Reubon Smith, a gentleman of Af
rican descont. So, I feol It my duty to
answer said letter, as it was an answer to a
letter that I had written in The Bulle
tin of tho 12th. I would havo answered
tho gontloman soonor, but I havo jutt
loarncd that It was mo that was nlludod to.
Ho says that I don't control tho colored
voters of Cairo. I will admit that; but
I do control my own hoad and do my own
thinking, and not liko him gat others to
think for mo. Ho says in his "pointed
loltor," "I.think I seo through thls-I think
I discover somo productions of whito
brains." Let mo inform Mr. Smith that
I am happy to say that I uso mv own
brains. It is well-known that Mr. Smith
can not spell "M. B. Harrel!," for, If bo
could, ho to-day would bavo bt-on holding
tno I3iu street school houso ; so, now. lot
us look at both sides of tho caso and seo if
it is not you, Mr. Smith, that usos whito
brains instead of mo. You should not ac
cuso a man of a chargo when you aro the
guilty party yoursolf, for wo all know that
it was whito brains that wroto that "point
ol" lotlor of yours. So, if you don't want
your ignoranco shown, pleaso don't say
any moro about whlto brains.
Mr. Smith also says that ho proposos, at
an early day, to show tho colored people
how thoy havo been Imposed upon, betray
od nnd abused by ono or two unworthy
mon of their race I say: "Go in, Rubo,
I um with you thero;" but if you should
cxposo them through tho Sun, and need
colored brains, Just call on me, unless our
friend, Davis, can supply you. But I don't
think ho would do so for ho says that the
meanest man in Cairo Is a darkoy,and then
denied it to Shoros. Now, Mr. Davis, did
you mean Smith or not 7 Ploase explain ;
i or were you only joaking 7
Mr. Editor, a fow moro words about Mr.
Smith's "truo blues," as ho calls
tho colored votors of Cairo.
If thoy aro no truer than bo is, I ask
tho Lord to look down upon them. I
reckon ho has forgotten the last olection of
school directors. Ho told Mr. Ilarrell
Hint ho voted for him, and told others that
ho voted for Mr. Webb. So, bow is that
for " truo bluo 7" Now, Reuben, load up
nnd flro again, I will bo with you ovory
time and use my own ammunition, and
not borrow like you.
Yours, with many thanks, Rubo,
J. T. Allen.
Cairo, Sept. 18th, 1871.
NOTICE,
luisoi" Centra. IUilhoid CoMr-axr, 1
Aosat's Orries, J
C'atao, III., September IS, 171.
To porsons wishing to attond tho Illin
ois State fair, U bo hold at Du Quoin, from
September 2'th to Scptomhor 30th, we
will soli excursion tickets at $3.80 from
Cairo to Du Quoin and return.
Salo of tickots will commence Septem
ber 1! 1th and discontinue after departure
of train on the morning of Septomber 20th.
Tickets will be good until October 3d.
On and after Soptombcr 18th tickets will
bo on salo to partlos going with stock or
articles for exhibition, but to nono others
dlw James Joiinhon, Agent.
Quick Work. A Mr. Sharky, a print
or, from St. Louis, who arrived in tho city
on tho steamer Tom Jasper, roported to
Officer Arnold that ho had bcon robbed of
$112. just before landincot this pOH. Of
ficer Arnold went on board tho boat, and,
after Investigating tbo matter, arrested
three gamblers, named Lance, V arner and
McGivncy. Upon searching their per
sons a part of tho monoy, which Mr. Sharky
identified, was found. Tho thrco men were
handed ovcrtoShcrlff Irvin, who reportod
tlio fads In tho caso to tho grand jury
now in session and had them indictod.
Mr. Sharky will remain in tho city to
prosecute them.
Phillip Bauoh is master f his trade,
und warrants all of his work to b f tho
very lest material and manufacture; guar
antees u completo lit and entire satlstac
Hon, is not confined to anylparticular stylo,
but makes overy varioty of boots and shoes
from tbo heaviest cowhldo to tho finest
Fronch calf nnd morocco. Ho also keeps
a Iarco stock on hand, of his own manufac
ture, and any ono desirous of purchasing
good custom work cheap should call on
him at his shop on Eighth St., south side,
near corner of Ohio levee, Cairo. utr
Est it ay Notice 10 Reward. Stray
od from tho subscriber, on tho 31st of July
last, a largo roan cow. Sho would weigh
about 1,100 pounds at tho time sho was
missed. Thero aro no special marks about
her except that her bag is unusually long.
I will pay ten dollars reward to any ono
delivering tho abovo described cow at my
shop on the corner of Nineteenth and
Poplar streets, Cairo, Ills.
soplOtf James Ktnabton.
For Sale on Exoiianou for Cairo
Property. I havo One Hundred and
Sixty acres of (first-class unimproved
land in Johnson county, which I will Boll
on reasonablo terms, or exchange for Cairo
city property. J. u. roi-E.
dim
Dr. Rattinoer'b Fever Drops havo
cured casos of fever and Ague of two yoars
standing which rcslstod all other treat
ment; theso drops nover full when taken
as directed and person not need havo fovor
a second tlmo wlicn they can do oomineu
sopl3dwlw
Frkbii Oystieu. I am now teeelving
daily, tho'.colebratod 0. 8. ISTaUby's H. and
M. brand of fresh oystors, which aro unri
valled, and for salo by tho can or caso on
tho most reasonablo terms, try thera, al
ways warrnntoa good anu iresu.
tf Wu. VYlIHi
THE liUDEIt BROTHERS.
. i
ANO-tlER REMOVAL NKW RTVTES OF NEW
Ot JDS WATCHES. CLOCKS AND JEWEL
"A" NEW FACILITIES FOR MANUFAC
TURING AN ATTRACTIVE STOREROOM.
On Momlnv i v... n,,.i. h.k. i.
J-oilttod tho room formorly occupied by
mom will ngain ,0vo their stock of watch-
es,
.ks, jewelry, etc., Into It. Having
onl
nrgeuanu adapted it l0 tho wants of
thol
ir sieauny increasing buslnoss. They
now prepared to accomodnto ,-,i- .
aro
tomcrs with the host of every article- la
their line. Thoy havo increased then i.
re
ady largo stock of watches, clocks ami
wolry and havo added a fino assortment
' plated ware, solid silver
of
spectacles, Ac, Ac.
Thoy bavo also Improved tbolr manufac
turing facilities, and aro able to do any
work aosircd, neatly, on short notico and
mo most reasonablo rates. They invite
old patrons and friends, and tho nubile.
gcnorally to call and seo them. Their
storo room will bo a model of tasto and
propriety.
Arrested. It will bo remembered bv
many of our readers that somo thrco or
four weeks ago a man was found on tho
river bank in Missouri, opposito Hick
man, Kentucky, who had been foullv
murdorod. Ycstorday Sheriff Jackson.
Mississippi county, 3Ilssouri, passed
Cairo with two men in custody charKod
with tho commission of tho crimo.
Wanted A good cook, or a woman to
do general houso work. Er.qulro at tho St.
Nicholas Hotel, Commercial avenue.
Harry Walker, Proprietor.
scptlOtf
Boarding.
Eight or Ten Good Boarders
Wanted,
At tbo house known as the Court
Houso Hotol.
Terms,
Five Dollars per week.
SHORT ITEMS.
Boardinc houses uso Qlllcl's. agl3
Jorgcnien has a great run for Capt.
White's oriental pickles. tf
Go to Parlwr & Blaka's for wiadow
glass, putty, etc. augJCdlra
GiLLiT'a washing crystal makes wash
Ins; easy. ag II
Shrlvo's eelebratcd 11 o'clcck lunch
oyetUrs at Jorgensen s. tf
Beautiful biscuits follow Gillefs bak
ing powder. agl8
Go to Parker A Blake's for wall pa
per, window shades, etc. augSCdlm
TurtloSoup
Lunch,
at the St. Nicholas
to-day at 10 a. m.
ky Gillet's double-strongtb extracts:
agl3
Wel. regulated families use Gillet's
ag43oowdaw'Jm
Everybody goes to Jorgenscn's family
gorccry for tlio lialfard Jicbcstorsliira
sauce tf
Money refunded if Gillet's goods don't
please. agl3eowdaw2m
Thoso French Chorrics, In syrup, so
popular with connoisoura are sold by Jor
gensen. tf
Go to Parker & Blake's for lamps
lamp chimneys, putnt brushes, etc.
aug'iCdlm
Go to Jorgensen's for imported Dun
dee orange marmalade, tho celebrated
London crystal vinegar, in quarts, and
choics Gcnoeso figs. tf
Win. Khlers, at his shop on 20th street
Is still manufacturing every variety o
boots and shoos from genuine French calf
(he uses no other kind) which ho sells
ready mado or mude to order at prlco
that defy competition. Jy2Ctf.
Turtle Soup Lunch
at tho
St. Nicholas restaurant
to-day at 10 a. m.
The most popular shoe shop in town
is on 20th street opposite the court house
hotel, whero Wm. Ehlors manufactures
boots and shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to bo of tho best French calf, kip or
morocco, and which ho guanralecs to givo
entire satisfaction. Call on blm-und you
will know how it is yourself. jy20tf
Mr. F. Rose has removed his tailoring
establishment to his now store, at No. 104
Commercial avenue He keeps on band a
splendid assortment of piece goods which
ho will make up. for his customers in a
mannor warrantod to suit. He employs
only tho best workmen, and give his
iv-rsonnl atlont on to tho business. Per
fect fits guaranteed. Prices reasonable
Call and seo him. aUg301m
Furniture,
At Eiehhoff Bros.,' Factory.
Encourago
Homo Industry.
Wo
Sell Furnlturo for Cash ;
Twenty per cent.
"Lower than anv othor 'Dealer In Cairo.
Our Furnlturo
Is All
Mado out of Seasoned Lumber,
and will bo
Insured for Six Months.
A Rare. C banco
For
Bargains.
The Chicago Boer Saloon, Vfai.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 26 and 28 Eighth
street, is a favorite place of resort with all
lovors of Weiss' Beor, lilquors or overy
description, and all kinds of foreign .and;
homo Wines. No ordinary liquors ara
dispensed at tho bar of tfa saloon only
tho very bost, and guests find in attend
anco pollto and accomodatiag waltara. A
freo lunch Is spread avory day at , u
o'clock a.m. ul7tf
William Alba'a barbor si op is grow
t tn .,Mtn favor overy day. It Is neat
ly fitted up, and can boast of tho most
workmen Jn tho city. Tho pro-
v.o. bail manv voars' oxporleaco In
his business nnd Is rocognUed as one of the.
mn.t cxnort shavors n Soutnorn iiunois,
whilo young Alba is a mastor In his pro
fession. Citizens and strangers who wish
a painless shavo, a luxurious -bftmpln&
. ii.m. Th.i. .Vin tho latest stylo should
patronize Alba. HU shop is on Commer
cial avonuo next toor to Hannon's eyrg-
depot.
dtf
BURGER
NEW GOODS FALL STYLES HEAUTI
DURA11LE AND CIIF.A1' DRXSS O00DS,
TI0N8, SHOES, ETC. CALL AND HER
YOURSELVES.
Mr. J. Burger, tho enterprising l
chant on Commercial arenuo, are roc
ing their rail slock of dry goods. Tin
lection has been mado with great caro,
with an oyo to tho wants of this. mat
and will bo found to contain beaut
durable and fashionable articles of an
less varlotv. Anions- tho dress -foods ,
bo found poplins, alpacas, amprisi dl
and many new styles of every color J
quality. Woolen shawls, aicgla ,
double, will be in great demand the i
Ing season, and Burger has laid
a beautiful selection. They havo als
band a flna stock of well-made shoes, i
prising galtori,i!de lace, congress kid i
cloth boots, and the latest style of sllpj
Handkerchiefs, collars and cuffs, thi
est styles of fancy Jewelry, and M
numerable stocks of " notion," aro asr.
tho many attractions of this eetab'
ment. As for price, an examination
Burger's stock will convince o
v..u .u. ijuiva, sates sou iry ii
rrjflts" Is thoir motto.
The hotels
uso
Gillet's extracts
powder.
18
ver Dropi War; Anted to cvre tbt
Teats at Aasi 9 InLlall. 1 1Iashhm..I
J 1 .ts t. a 0 - . .
For Rekt. FIvo rooms ovor the
council cnamoer. cnauira or jaco
t .. -l.
iii.iim.hii I r.iirrwri nu kiw
hand a fresb supply of Saddle Bc-elt
tors.
rusoilK.-A uaun uu jA.n at
containing 7 rooms, cistera and
houses complete Apply to
WlTinAllli. 1U mnnlmllMj
nunarou weekly boaraors. rat
each day, prico $6 por week.
B, 19 i .
anil Tn1a .Iaa. That. I.ial MA.Ivut I
store 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows
mouldings.
Notice. All persons are bertW
. .l t,. .ft.. V.la ,l.ln U 1. .V
1871,1 will not be responsible for'
debts contracted by my wife.
by using Airs, w nitcomD oyrop.
advertisement in another column.
sepioawi
For good' photographs', "porcelain
tit... n nl.l nletnp-it in rn rnled. eal
Thomas, No. 124 Commercial avenue.
. i . tt i. ! . -1
- ."--
.
nLicn.iu iiuuas run
well ventilated sleeping rooms in City
tional Bank building. Apply to
till yi irm.j.
...-.Mr . tt nenvi a
.At i.ilv jaiionai uan
J1&3NIUI. UUUJ3I1.1S U. uuiuna
m r ..... i . . Mb w
have filled their stars roosns, up stairs
down, with the best seloctioa of fall
winter stock ever broueht M tats mar
inotr snoiTcs. cuuswin, wvm imi
. .... .
available space Is covered sjatit every
nln a! -mat arruVlr tflL.! aM ISI
at prices that bring tle wl4lsi
o ' -
of all.
11 t- v
at sL. A m-a.t A . TllanaU
PTipnii nnr irina ui iiickuiu twici w
viz: Tuesday and Friday morningi,
ii tnn smouni oi t re lira 1 win iimiT u
so doing, iho will Buka tbrMpr ror
per week. For the present, freight
bo received on the Transit Wharf
w 9
nrnnared to sliin Ihrounh Bills of laid
Via Hickman to prominent points re
by tho N. and N. W. Railroad, and
. . it . . -r a
ronni'siop. itoararim. xoriu vmroi
I 1 I 1I.I..M. Via,.
HOnUUlW JAHI9 -lUUnBUali AKtlU
-r i t - m
, - - - .
Btina & lloflenwatar. returned' tfom
v r9if ia.io' wnafn na ri ruian Tsser
erel weoks past purchasing good lot
-
fall and winlor trade. These good w
purchasod before tho recent advance
prices, and tho firm can assure toeir
, rr.no MoitAP narfraini tti imii ua.
goods than was aver before ofmd.'
Now is the tlmo to mako parcuases.
Sept. 13-Ct
tt-f ni.-J. S .St.. l..at'nSVikMataa-11
iwv.v- . Sf
on Commercial aYttU. ana .ingles. U
"Lu " " ' . , ) v.
Beef, pork, veal, mutton usagyCii
Also corned beof. DOrst- and bacon.
shop is kept In.tbo.bejl, e)ftlykr',d
natch. ThoprOprieter.'HRAntho,
BUIt MUWg - ri . , . ,rt f
r.i a-.a-Mw-ia-i snv niir-.H
liA-vMiadlA irnmtm onl full XDllaKL and
riahi ehanae back, whoth'or tholrj
children, or servants or wb vi-a
luvuisvi f v-i r
W ATCHaf MiWMm
2i rvi
k'mhtTU ivi
ruauxivxui ii.tiv.iw
IL HOUPT,
f s
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NO. 150 WASHINGTON isVVWXJ
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CAIRO, ILLtX Oil, if
naa on hand, . i
t.rt.T. r.mriTr i".TA HT A rPiXTWCJ
ii. XlMBi OJ.UUIV V ni,vw,
OLOOKB, JEWELRY, flTG.,,
1 1
s
rartlstlsr attenliea gtresi to -' -RRP
AIRING 1"INE WATOHaB.
,i I U IT" . ,Atl :
Tke lsnest stcek
ii mil anil niui ah nn jij
4-laT 1 a SVI a Ul I If IX IX llf AflMl

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