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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURUa;,
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THE BULLETIN.
JOHN II. OllKltLY, Kdllor nil.! l'liblMior.
TBRMH OF TIIK DAILY IIUM.CTI.V t
Om w. by carrier -HJ
One year by currier, In mltancc 10 (JO
One month. Iy null
Three months - -
Hlx month".
One year . X
TIIK DOLLAR WKKKLY lll'I.MTTIN
John II. Oborly has reduced llic ultort
tlon price or the Wkkki.y CAino Itu.t.KTiN
to One Dollar per annum, making It the
cheapest paper published In Southern Illinois.
FOR FKIMIDXNT,
HORACE GREELEY,
of Now York ;
TOR TICK rRKStllK.VT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
of Mluourl.
STATE TICKET.
Fon r.ovKiixon.
GUSTAVUS KfKKNKK.
FOIt I.IF.UTENANT-noVEllXOlt.
CI1AKLKS ULAOK.
FOR 8F.CRF.TAnY OF BTATK.
KDWAKD HUMMEL.
tor AirniTou of rt'nt.tc account.1,
DANIKL O'HAKA.
FOll 8TATF. TRKAStmF.lt.
CHA11LKS N. LANl'lUEU.
FOR ATTORNEY C.FNF.ItAl..
JOHN 1). EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK BlIFREMF. COURT NORTHERN
OllAM) DIVIMON.
KLI SMITH.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRA!.
GRAND DIVISION.
DAVID A UKOWN.
FO CLERK OF HUI'REME COURT Mlt'TIIKRX
nilAND DIVISION.
K. A. D. WILHANKS.
for Ihc rights of mankind docs not care
for tl.cm nnd only regard his. own wel
fare, placing tliat paramount to overy
other consideration !
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT.
GEOHGE Y. WALL,
of l'crry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
JOHN MEYEHS,
of Kaudolph County.
FOR SENATOR,
JESSE "WAKE.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE.,
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OliKKLY.
Announcements.
CIKCUIT CLEKK.
We are authorized to announce JOHN i).
1IAKMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election In
November next.
AVc arc authorized to announce It. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk nl Al
exandcr county, at the ensuing election in
November next.
FOK COUNTY ATTOKNKY.
Yt'c arc authorized to announce II.
WEBB, ESQ., a a candidate Tor County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We arc authorized to announce 1. H.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November election.
FOK SHERIFF.
Wc arc authorized to announce l'KTKH
SAU1 as a candidate for Sheriff nt the ensu
ing November election.
Wcare authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IKVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff nf Alexander county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
McEWEN as a candidate for sheriff, at the
ensuing November elcrtlon.
FoK COKONEH.
Wc are. authorized to announce JOHN
H. OOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the deci
sion of the Democratic Convention
THE 11ULLETIN WEEKLY.
The Weekly Hui.lktin should be in
the hands of overy voter In Soullicm Illi
nois. It contains, UMinlly, thirly-ono
columns of reading matter, nnd Is furnished
at the low price of One Dollar per
Year.
Whllo wo shall not neglect to mnko tho
columni of The Weekly Bulletin a
compendium of tlio political news of tlio
day, nnd furnish to ill reader editorial
on nil topics of intercH, thcro shall bo no
neglect on our part In rcproduo
ing, ior me picnsuro or our
readers, tlio "goms of current literaturo,'
whllo it shall bo our ctpcclal nlm to gather
from nil sources miscellaneous news of
every description, making The IJulleiin
"nn abstract nnd brief chroniclo of tho
time."
To show that our labors lmvo not been
unappreciated, we reproduce from tho
letter of n distinguished citizen of Onlifor
nia, formerly of tit t - State, tho following.
from n private, luttet o a friend in this
city :
I irct THE JIUI.LKTI.N. II 11 1 e.'in .viv Hint II
I one of the bct weeklies printed in llie
Mate, una- no superior, it i clear anil
forcible In II- ediloilal., uud Mil the hunt.
n a leaning journal, Willi 'lie."
AVo urge our friends lo aid us in ex
tending the circulation of our weeklv.
Senator Schur. has been making ono
of Ui rousing speeches in Indianapolis.
The Sunday Bulletin will bo full of
readablo matter.
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TnE ipecch of Hon. J. F. Farnsworth
at St. Cbarloi, Illinois, on Tuesday last,
was a itunnor.
Gov. Kcerneb, Edward Kummoll and
John Charles JJIack will speak at Cairo
Wednesday night, August L'8th.
The speech of General Black, published
in The Bulletin yesterday morning, is
worthy tho thoughtful perusal of every
voter.
In a late speech Schurz said that noth-
log could move him from tho support of
Greeley in opposition to tho man whoso
statesmanship wai as duspicablo as his
military career was glorious. Which is a
strong way of putting tho point.
Hohack Greeley denies having writ
ten the bloviating letter in which it i
boasted lie would carry New Hampshire,
Connecticut, New York nnd New Jersey.
But be will carry them, although ho don't
boast.
AN ASTONISHING FACT.
We havo published ovidenco, not to bo
controverted, that John Logan was, at one
time, an advocate of tho doctrino or telling
every negro and mulatto, man or womun,
who thould dare to place his or hor fool
upon tho free soil of Illinois.
The reply to this U Mr. Logan at
that time was a member or tlio Democratic
party, and has changed his mind linco.
Very true, but the assaults, pemlstent and
earnest, of abolitionists liko Horace Gree
ley, compelled him to change. It must be
apparent to oven tho dullest ltadlcal, that
If Greeley, and others, had aequiccod In
the outrageous moosures into tlio advo'
cacy of which such men as Logan lod tho
Democratic party, slavery would have
been stronger to-day then ovor bofore,
and there would not havo been a frco
negro in tho land. It was tbo loud and
Indignant: "Wo protest!" of Greeley,
and others, that Invoked opposition to
Logan's black laws, and created in tho
country the party of which Logan now
professes to bo one of tho groat leaders.
And mow, men who profess to be Kepubll
cans, applaud Logan when ho donouncos
GneWy as untrue to the great doctrino of
rights, and Grant who, (Is it not
wall knows T) has never raised bis vole
OUU JOB PRINTING.
Wo nro not In tho habit of boasting, but
wo must say, in justico to ourselves that
wo aro now executing, at The Bulletin
oflice, the f!nel job printing turned out in
the State outside of Chicago, nnd in lino
as tho best thorcin produced. In proof of
this abortion wo invito attention to a noto
head of the Cairo Box nnd Basket Fac
tory, and tho buisnesj card of Jo.'cph
Smith, confectioner, Budcr' Block. Tlio
noto head is really beautiful, nnd the card,
in design nnd execution, unobjectionable
in general nnd in detail. .Mr. Dickson
our foreman of tlio job department, the
compositor of these Jobs, which aro as ex
cellent in their way n tho mastor pieces
of a'palntnr, is n comploto master of his
trade, and Mr. CVsatt, tho pre-sman, hits
few equals in tho State. When wo add to
this, that our pri:c nro bolow thoso of
any other city in t lie west, we think wo
havo said enough to induco our merchants
to encourage in by their patronage. Wu
havo a pride in our work, nnd nro deter
mined to mnko Cairo famous for excel
lent job printing; and will, if wo nrn prop
erly sustained.
"MORTON PUT THAT IN.
.Mr. Farnsworth, in Ids Into speech,
speaking uf Bullock, tho Radical thief
Governor ol Georgia, says bo went to
Washington when ho found thcro was n
legislature ho could not manipulate to
vote bonds or sell rallroadf, nnd asked
Grant to reconstruct thu state and mnko
every member of tho legislature tnko the
"test oath," an oath prescribed by law to
botakonoiilyby United Statcsotlicors. De
siring to influence thu President ho wlsoly
courted Senator -Morton, of Indiana, and
witli tills result, n related by .Mr. Farm
wortli .
Tho prosidont sent in his annual inns.
sago to congress to which I will call your
intention. Being on tho coiiimitteo on
reconstruction, and flmlin
tlio message, which I will read to you, and
which I did not understand, I took it to
tho president, as you will see. This is
mo passage, ftpeuking of Oeoriris ho
says :
Under these eireuiiMauce. I would sub
ml to you Itbut Is conjii e..) whether It would
not bi. vyi-o without delav to enact a law
UI 'or l.irtlieK)xein(1-o (ieorKla tha i t
Mullock) to sH,.i,p tin. lneinliei oiMnallv
elected to be Iccl-latuie. icqiiiiin.f ,' " Ii
member to ake the oath pie-celhed bv the
mil l .i"1'' 'I ""a ,0 ,'" ndmltted
under the third elau-e of the coii.tltutlon.
AVoll, as tho reconstruction acts lmvo
mover presented an oath to bo administer
ed to members of tbo stnto legislature, 1
was at n loss to concoivo what tho pre.sl.
dont meant. For you would think it
wouiii no sirango it congress provided
peculiar iutii
should bo given to tho members of tho 11
I nou legislature. It would bo atuupiiig a
ittlo outsido of its businetg. Co icress
li.in ....... 1.1 ...1 .1 f . ... . TV
uus iiiuvnicil IIIH ICU mil I nr in oil
oi mo i riited Mates government. 1 sup
posed that tlio president had been imposed
upon j I went up to him, nnd said to him :
"I una n liass'iiiio in vour
I do not quito understand, and will you
bo irood enouch to oxnlnin to inn U'lini win
mean by it," and I read to him thopai
sago I lmvo lust read to yon. Tho prei
dent took his cignr out of his mouth
laughter, after a deliberato whitfor two,
and looking overanswered mutliiis, "Well,
I roall, cannot say what that does mean.
"MORTON rn that in.
Ulieurs and laughter. .So Morton put
... , mi, i'uiiiii;uiion oi tno united
. .,'! ! ,:V,r,,)V,,!K'" 1,11,1 1110 I'rosldont shall
annually doll ver to CWress his mossaiu..
reco lii 1 "t l',U, ,,Mwnl' forl not
Thcro cannot be, in tho mind of any in
tolligent man not prejudiced, any doubt of
tbo truth of this charge. It is a notorious
fact that tho President is ignorant of tlio
high duties of lib oliice, nnd is controlled
by a Sonatorial cabal, at tlio head of
whicli is this man, Morton, who puts in a
great many tliingj that should bo loft out.
to tlio record, to keep beforo tho pooplc.
As Into as 1801, Mr. Logan was so per
sistent ik pro-slavery man that he wished
to forovor fasten tho "chains of slnvcry" on
tlio black man. In 1801 this proposed
amendment to tho constitution of tho
United Sliilc, was submitted to Congress:
SAimci.i: XIII. No amendment shall be
made to the constitution which will author
Izn or give to Congress the power to nbolMi
or IntelTel'i! Willi nnv atnln. ullli tin. iln.
incMIc Institutions thereof. Including Hint of
persons Held In labor orsenlee Macs) ,y
the laws of said Mate.
Whoto nro tho negroes tho black
men of Southern Illinois tho Radicals
who say Orcoley's record Is not clean on
the " human bondngo " question now 9 Let
them stand up hero in n row nnd bo ques
tioned? Here, gontloman of color, on
whoso ignoranco Popo nnd Munn and
Linegar are trading, do you not see can
you understand tills much Hint tho
amendment nbovo quoted contomplnted
putting nut of tlio hands of tho people
tlio power to over at any tlmo in the fu
ture frco tho slnvci of tlio South ? Who
supported tlmt amendment ? You, colored
men, imposed upon by tho lying tongues
of whito Radicals, no doubt hellovu that
Greeley favored Its adoption j Of course
you do. You don't know W'njctter, nnd
wo fear you nro too stolid to learn. And
you, Mr. Radical, what do you say? Aro
you, too, us ignorant ns tlio colored man
you nro leading into ovll paths by bad
counsol? linvo you forgotten tho rocord,
too? Don't you know thnt 31 r. Greeley,
Indignant nt this proposition impelled
by that love of human liberty which has
mado his utterances tho buglo blast of tlio
host of tho friends of liberty
In this countrv "cot im and
howled'' against if Don't you
remember, or nro you too dishonest too
prejudiced, if not dishonest to admit tbo
truth? Ho did, nnd his voieo was potent.
Rut who dul vote for it? Let us seo
Take up your 'Olobo' of 1PC1. Turn ovor
until you reach tho page on which tho
voto on this proposed amendment is re
corded. Nov.- run youreyo along tho names
of those who voted "Yes." Let in sco
The llrst rcmarkablo name in thnt of Col-
fax. What, did Colfax-, now a supporter
of Grant, vole to fasten tho chniiu of slav.
cry on black limbs I Ho did, nnd Gree
ley condemned the voto. Noxt. John A
I.oyaul Yes, Radical Grnnt man whito
or blnck Logan voted to make slavery
perpetual in this Republic! Logan, tlio
Grant man I And Mcl'lierson, and Mor
rill, and Dun Sickles nnd Maynnrd nnd
Windom, nil good Grant men now,
voted tho same way. Now,
who voted against this slnvo per
pctuating proposed amendment to the
constitution? Let us .see. Here they aro :
Ashley, Frank Blair, Farnswoi tb, Fenton,
Sedgwick, Tnppan, Hickman and Grow,
all Greeley men to-day.
Let us now go from tho Houo to the
Sonato nnd sco how tho voto stood in that
body. Who voted for perpetual chains in
this houso ' Anthony nnd Harlan, both
Grant men, voted "Aye." And who
"liny'" Doohttle, Sumner and Trum
bull, all Greeley men!
Well, what do you think of your associ
ates now, honest Republicans ? AVouldn't
you bo in more congenial company with
Greoloy, wlio has never Hashed in tlio pan
on tho freedom question, than with your
(rants and Logans and Sickles, who wero
tho enemies of freedom until pricked into
tlio ranks of thu Republican party by
Greeley's steel pen, or lured Into them by
tho savor of tlio political llesh pots?
Ponder this question, nnd endeavor to bo
honest men.
Our Homo Advertisers.
ST. NICHOLAS j
BILLLIARD HALL
Our .Homo Advertisers.
VHVHIGIAMN.
HARRY WALKER A: CO., Prop'rs.
This house s newly titled up with two
pxcnllent
MILLIARD TABLES
And two line
ilKNNVLLXD TABLES
suitable for all kinds ol'
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
IJESIDKNUE No. 21 Thirlconih utrret, bo
X twecn WRluni;ion nentionl W'nlnut streit.
Ulllco U I ;oininrrclfll vf tills, up lnlrs.
(J. DUNNING. SI.- D.
RKSIIiKNOK-s-nrnerNlnlli nnd Walnut nt.
Ultioo comer Mxtli street nnd Ohio loe.
Ulllcn hnurs from n n.m. In li in., nmt II p. in
II. WAllDNHH, M. 1).
DESttlKNCi: Corner MncHenlli direct nnd
IV Wastilngton hvmiiip. near court lioue. Of.
life over Arier'nlirix-ery Store, Ollloo Iloiirn (rntii
in n. in. Id ii in. nmt Irmn 'i to 4 n. m.
U.S. ItRHHIA.M, M. I).,
Iloineoliallile I'll! slclall and Suricoli. (II'.
lice l.'l'l Commercial aelille. Resldeiiee on
Tenth street tliree doors est ofc. It. Wood
ward. MU'-'ni.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
BANK.
riuit-teresl Mnrrli ill, INllli.
opnoi: oi'
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
IIITICIIIlsl !
A. II. .SAI-TORI). I'resldeiil;
S. S. TAVI.OIt. Vlce-l'lesident!
II. IIY.M.OI'. siecretary and 'Ilea Hirer.
P. M. IlmcLir,
F. II. Htwckh tn.
It. It. CVSMMIIIAM,
J. M. PlIIMlrn
Ohah, Oamijiuii,
I'avi. (). Hem ii,
II. I'. IIai xinu,
The saloon l stocked with Hie
Itralldsol'
llet
WINKS,
LIQUORS,
ami C'U.'AHS.
MIXED ZDHsTKS
lire compounded in the inn-t aiqirnved s. lc.
s
jr7r'oliiealiilsceloryoilr.elf, Thc keep
oil baud a line toek ol'
COLD WEISS BEER.
SOHWKITSCKR CHKKSK AND HO L
LAND HERRING.
ItKI'ItESILMBXT TABLES
are spread morning and evening at nin
o clock, at which all are Invlteifto partie-
jiate free ol eh a rge .
.Idlf.i
JOHN SI THE II AN,
RETAIL GROCER
And Dealer lu
Vi:OKTAIIU:s. FRUITS. K(!(!S. I.ARII
FRKSII lll'TTRII. RTC.
t3T All (iooil. warranted fre-h. and sold
(it tlio lowest price-.
m Coi ner nth uud .St. ComuiercialAve.
-i-'t tl.
ON MARRIAGM
llapjiy relief to ouiignieli from the eU'eet
of errors and abucs In early life. Manhood
ii'-iiiii-ii, ii nciiiiiienii. in Mni-w-iir.. .....
nioe.l. Now metliod of Irea'tnieni." .New
and remarkable rcnicdlc.N Hook am! erieii-
n'tO!tllNtt any Amount lleeeltrsl Iroin
ion criilH I iinrli.
INTKItlWT falJ on ilcpuslls m the ruleol mz
JL porcent. per nnnum, .Mnrch 1st nnd H-iilcin-l;er
1M. Interest not withdrawn Is Mlded Imtne.
llifllflV (O tin lirilinltiil nf 11, n .Ini.n.ll. 1 1.
K'tIuk them coinpouud Interest.
MAKIIIKI) WOMEN AND CIIILDIIKN MAY
IlEI'OSIT MONKV
0 THAT SO ONE rl.Hf CAS DRAW It.
Open errrjr bnnlncis dny from W a.m. to a p.m..
and batunlay rveninK lor BAVINO DKI'o-jl ls
onl), Irom 0 to B o'clock.
" W. Krst.Ot'. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAIItO. II, M.N'Olfs
CAMPAIGN UNIFORMS.
W are prepared to t urntli uniforms to
GRANT CLUBS AND
GREELEY CLUBS
to any number ordered, for $1 l."i a complete
olitllt; Caii. Cape, Torch with Stick, and
Flair. S'end order at once to
HAND .V MKT.KK.
."(i.Market St.. up stairs. CHICAGO. II. I..
cod2lWitl!.'ir,
itirr:ii t:itM.
JAKTrwAiriTn,
BUTCHEB
anii ncAtm is
-FRESH M HAT,
Kioiitii Stiikkt, I)ktwi:i:n Va(iiii.voton
and com.mekciai. avkkukp,
AdJoluliiK 111 'lenlioiise nml llaiuiy'H.
Keep llio hest or llccl, I'orlf, Mutton Vent.
I.ninli, SauraK'', etc., "ml ar irepnred lotrto
cl I mills In Itiu most nflceptadlii manner.
.IA.MES K N ASTON.
RUTI HKU AMI DkaI.EII IN AM. KlNls OF
FltKSIl MKAT.
CmtXKit Ni.m:ii:mii a.i 1'him.aii
( AlltO, II.I.INOI.
lliiys' ami .laughters milt the be-t cattle.
Iintr ami -ln-i-p, uuil i prepared to till aliv de
m.iiiil lot- lie-li meats irmn one oimd lo ten
t In i i -miii I ioiiiii. ilcc'.'nil'.
St. Louis Advertsoinents.
ZKHO ltKFIUOKHATOHS.
llcst ill the I'iiIk,! H(l,-. Wnler Coolers, Toilet
sells, I X I, I'tn-trtf, Ml and upoi Ilalhs,
Cnup. Urns", Copper nnd Knaiiirlksl Warn. Krit
anla nnd pliinlihed Ware, Jnnamipil Wnro of
ever)riltrcripllon,iinia n ci ih-mI nnnrtmeiil of
stnmped cnoiN,
AinonKollinrs I licep Ifie liullv ct-lvliratnl
,1
o OAK T
Send for
D. C. JACCARD & GO'S Il
lustrated Price List and
Cataloyuo of Waltham, How
ard, and D. C. Jaccard & Go's
Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
Silver and Plated Ware, &c.
When in St. Louis you are
invited to inspect their mag
nificent JEWELRY establish
ment. Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH Si., Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
tar Watches, Clocks and Music
Boxes Repaired and Warranted.
Orders by mail prompfly atten
ded to.
din-J-2".
1
m
CAPITAL,
cion.noo
W. IMlAl.UDAV, l're.ldeni;
IIHNKV h. IIAM.IPAY. Viee-PresnUni i
A. II. MAKKOItl), Cashier;
WAI.TKK HVSLOP. A'slnlnnt Cashier.
DiatCTOHA!
Htaata TAt Loa, itoirar II. Ci smshiiam.
Iltsar I,. llAiiiDAT, tv. I. lUi.tir.AT,
Geo. v. Williamson, Hitpiirx Hint
A. II. SArroau.
F.xchrtnue, Coin mill IJnllnl Mnlen
llnnilM IIoiikIU nnd Hold.
KI'OSITS reoelred, and a coni-ral l.anlilnii
niiin"s none.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
' ''"ft
t
It i useless lo mention tlieir s upcrioi oualitii-s
as Ihey speak Inr Ihtmrclte Ihriiiiuliout the
enliniry. "
I maniilnclureet rrxlhing In Tin, f-hei i Irn. and
j,opp Ware mil the tery lt mntrrlsl, an
haie no liesltiitli.n In (iir(? i,t I h.ti. n Iukit
anil more cunplle aiorinient ol Koo.ls men.
tioreil than can lw found in Ihnclty.
Oiiinlr ilealrr ill find it to their Ingres', lo
rail anil rxamino Iwfori- pure basing t--vhriH,
-loliliiiif, Lome euttcrini!, and all ouiside work
promptly hIIcimIcI t. r w. HnMiKllsdN,
r.siCommi reial aienn Cmrn, III.
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Mti'i:i,i,A.M:irs.
1MIIL SAUP.
(Sneeeiior to l'. Sanp.)
WHOLESALE Jt It ETA II,
ir.ittt is
COLLECTIONS.
FIHE WORKS, TOYS,
FLAGS, KTC.
1 Comineiclal Arenne,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
C3
o
ar cnt Jive, In m'jiIpiI rincloti
-,l,.l:.V,,,(nvVl.,I, -o'iAtio.v. x.
- r'l'll' -V1" ' I'lilladelplila. l':..-;,ii In
stitlltion lint likdi ri.iiiii..il,,,, iv
mm- iiiiuiiei iiiiii j ii i n' ii n:i I skIII.
SiriilAtv.'ltv
III SO IX
IIOs.i TWKKIl AXIl TIIK (IRAN
NEW YOIIK.
Sow York ieeial.
Ah nn oxcuso to olituin mi nnpoiritiiiimt
ol ndilitlunnl Inspectors of olemioti in this
city, tho custom liouso jmity claim Hint
througli TweeiVs inlluuneo ovor tho
1 ollco Commissioners thu nppointment or
inspector! can ho miulo in thu nnti (Ircc
ley iruerpat, nnd tlnis tlio nntleiputcil ma
jority Jot Greoloy in Now York county
can ho reduced in counting fo n to Liivo
tho Unto to G i nut. It widely inserted
that ns a pin t of tho Imrgnln with Tweed
immunity from persecution by tlio At
toruoy Ounernl in both civil anil criminal
suits nptinst him is secured. It is well
known that though O'llnen ran last fall
ns ii pretended ruformor, ho lias boon in
elostt nnd corrupt nlliniico wltii Tweed
"Murjihy'a partner in real estuto upccula
lions mid that nt tho election last year
lwced furiiUhcd O'llriun with ono liun
ilrcdnnd fort -eight thousand dollars to
defeat Jlrailloy. Kvidoneo iiociimulatos
tluit Iwuedls throwing his iulliiutico for
(rnnt, hoping to muku monoy out of it,
find securu iminosty for himself if 'J'om
Murphy runs tho govornmont for another
term ol four years.
KADI UAL OF HIJMAN
The lato ieoch or Hon.' J. v. Fnrns
worth has called to our recollection a faw
fucU which it would bo well, in view or
tho fact that the Orant men aro appealing
TI.MB OP TIIK b TATE KI.ECTIOX.
Tho noxt btlllo elections U'ili lui tw.1.1
lis follows:
Unlifornia, Septumbor 2d.
Vermont, September 3d.
-M nine, September th.
Imliaiia, October Stli.
Iowa, October 8th.
Nchrasljrt, October Hlh.
l'unnsylvania, October loth.
South Carolina, October Kith.
West Virginia, October 21th.
I lie l'rosidontln! election this year oe
curs on 1 1,,, r,th day f .Sovemher, being
o first Tuesday after tho llrst Monday
n,7,!,l'?; V" tlmt dft.v tha l'rcsf
Sd imi"01! U L,oW " H'oStiitoe,
elect on, UoW, "K SUtCi h.0,d t,'"ir Sll,t
Illinois J
Masinchu.ettf, Mli.nesotu, Mich L m vii'
souri, Mississippi, -New .lers'y fc York'
'ienuoAsoe, Virginia nnd Wi.Joiln. '
NKVKUMOItE
Cm tho coarso gritty tooth powders
- nd tooth-dcatroyitig cbemlral lluids find
aplacoon the toilets of sensiblo people.
Tho fragrant and presorvativo Sozodont
has spercedd thorn all. Aug 10.(,tV.l w
JtKOlJIjAU CAIItO. I'ADIICAII .V HVANS-
m.i.i: .si:.mi-wi:i:ki,y r.
.hah, r.uiti;r.
The rat nnd Klenl I'aKliser Steamer
IDLEWILD-
.f.CK (JltAMMKIi. .Ma-ter.
I.i. Tiioman, Clerk.
TSr Leave Cairn for l'adueah mid Kt an.
V I e, every llimxlay and Stllidav eveliln-,
at (. o clock, eonneetln- at Ufam-tllle with
ho Loiiistilleaud Ciiielimati packet,. Tor
Irelglit or passage aplilv to
! A-MKi llliiOh rasscngcr Ag't.
ItKCiri.Alt CAIItO.I'AI)l.C.Tl A- KV t7.
'I'lie line Passenger l'aeket
ARKANSAS liELLE.
m:x. iiow'Aiti)
.Ni:(ii,i:v Itfim
.Master.
Clerk.
Kjy'l.eates Cairo for Tadm-ah and ntan
t fie evei v Tue-day and 1'ildav etenlng at li
bienio,., '"' m"M '" l,a" "PJ'Cv on
l.t.ni:s llifi(iN 'a..emfer Air't.
iii;(ii;i,Ait caiiio and i:'A.vsvii.i,r
m:mi.wi:i:ki.y M.tii, i.im: i-ackct.
The line low pie-uin l'i tiger Packet
or DAIHO.
DANlUI, HUItl), T'reKlilrnti
I10I1KKT. Mil. Vi.l'ros.fai
(J.N.IIUfJHKs). Cashier.
COLLECTIONS I'UOMl'TLY M iDK.
IuVii'"15' .r,0,n( ,",nk nole' n'l I'mie.:
'J Stales acourlllea fiontflit and sol. I.
IliKrtmt Allotrr.l on Tlnif ltei.
NEW VOKK STOIiE,
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL.
LAItOr.iT VAIilKTV STOCK IX T1IE CITV
GOODS SOLI) VKKY CLOSK.
Corner or Mneleeiitli ktrerliuiil 4'oiii.
inereliil Atemie,
CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
. o. J'atii:i:.
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
I.atv Hepai-lmeiil, Washington riilversilt ,
The regular animal tenii orthl l.att .-'chon
will open on
W i:i)MDV, (KTOI!i:ii Olll, Ih7i.
l"..ll - . I .i ,
i mi i-"iiii-e, iiiii:iiiis A iiioiuiis eacil
Siliiili.nt. ...Itiitll...! ,.. ,1... ..l.. , I...
........ i..- .',,uiitt-ii in .in- .-rutin . i;i-- mi e. .
amiualloiijit applleatloii on or before Ord -K-nT
" I .nn, mi;, 1 111 1 kiii iee,?Mi tir-t tear; ?i
seeouil t ear, liieliiiling u-e of llbni'i v. l oi
parllellf.irs iiildle.s, (i. J, STIlAli T.
Ilenii of I'aellltv. ol
IIKSHV lll'K IK III li.
I'rotost 1 -ii tv Ilep.irthienl.
Mi-il.vtv I in. si. Lou!.. .Mo
ST. LOIUS
i:sr.HM.siit:i ix iv.
J2l V iiiemhers of the Society or .le.ii., .mi
Jiiieorporaled by mi net of the .-tati
Legl-laliirelli lS1i.ll has experienced lllilu.
lemipleil -llri-e... iiml eontllilie lo oiler the
sllldeiit etery I'aelllty for aeolilrilig li llior
oilgh
l I.ASsK tl, AMI CO.tl.tlKliri.tl. Kiirt ATIO.V
Ktery eainlldate lor uilmiloii noi person
ally iieiilnintei ttlth some one of Ihc I in
ulty must .iproiliiee projier testimonials nl
good moral eharaeler.
Ilulletiiis are sent tliree limes n vearto tin
parents or gii.-inliaiis or the student', to In
lorm them ol' the conduct, healih am
linprotemeiit of their sons or wards. An
Aperleneed ph sleiandnilv tMt, the Instl
tiilion, and the greatest eare and attention
are he-lotved on the sick,
TKIIMo :
Hoard and tuition, per-e-slon. ten inonlhs,
C-'-JsJi.
The lie.M se..lon begins .September 2d.
1H7-.'.
I'aymeiiis must be made fUarlerly, or
semi.amiiiull.v, in advance. Catalogue- con
taining lniriietloiis to parents, and lull par.
tifiilar, will be -cut Iree on application to
Iti:v. .1. (i. Zkai.axii, S. J
rre.ldenl M. Louis Cult iTslly. M. Loul-,
Mo. MUiwdiVtv
a(;ents wa.vtei
TO SKI.!, TIIK 1'AltI.on STKEf. KXllKA VIXO
"CIIRI.s r WKKI'I.NO OVKK JKIIlAI.KM,"
I'min SiaCiu.. Kimui'n rrli-bratcl Hogl'sh
p-iiiilii), ,-u.l hjr Aiiieiiei's l,-t cnaratir Ad
Mho it it want it al once. Apply lo V.tl.fXa.
ITULISUIMJ COi.PA.NV. ft. li.nl., ",,.
c- atfjiw
IIOOKN, KAMI, KTOi
w
OTIOKSTEP.
W. II, I'RNNINISTON.. .Master.
nrLeates ("alio etery Wednesdav and
Saiuiihiy etenliig at li o'clock, lor I'a.'lueah
and I'.vansvl le. Tor freight or pas-ago iui
ply on board or to 1
. .'IAMi:nllKiiih, l'aseiiger Ag'l.
CAIKO AND MOUND CITY
NT CAM TITO,
CACHE
Will make throo trips daily.
I KAVISa C.tlliO I I.CAVIMI HOI Ml I ITV
V fi'1" a, in,
I- m.
Al 0 n.m.
I'ar ieach Any. eentsj 10 tickets for - CO.
W 1 II lan,,hn haileil, iitnnygooil interinediuto
jQTdlnglor passengoraor frofxlit. nov ilf.
00 TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUI'l'LY DKl'OT
13J 1BXTU BTKKET,
XOR
Ioor, Nnuli, IIIIiiiIn. MoiiMIng.
i:nvniilicrM,(woiMl) WlniloiviiiiU lionr
tTuiiicn, Flooring, I.nlli,
SlilnglcH, UlnziMl NitNli, ;iniel Side
l.lKliU, (llitaiHl TrmiNuiiiH,
Nwtli WrlKlilM, MinIi Piilllen mill Conl
Illlml FaileiiliiifH, lloiilliiK
I'elt, ItoolIiiK Oiiuiil, I'lKHlerliiB
Vujicr, Carpet Veii, Willie
I,riMl, IJufcwl oil, American Wlmloi,
(.hikH, KiikIInIi niuU'rcucli
t'litlc UIunn, l-iilly, (j:iierN 1'onm
Nower IMpen I'aleiil Miliiuieyii,
JKU)., Kc.
AOKNTS for Itock Ultci Taper Company'
tl'sallilDK Kelt and (iunrticiincnl '
ml. ' '"'I'f0'1 Hooting nlways oe
CHKAF GHOCKKIKS.
THE SYSTEM.
OllOOKIUEs KUTAII.KI) AT WIlOI.Ks.tl.K
pkick.s yon r.tsn.
AT II. C. TIIIKLKCK H'S STOllK.
WASIIIXllTON AVKXUE, IIKTWKKV TKNTII
A.VI) KLBVKSTII TI!E:T.
CO lbs. unv Cuba Sugar for - . - S5 00
OJ o .. . . . , 00
ij Hn. A coll'eo Sugar, N. Y, Std. - 1 00
I " l'rimo Itio Coll'eo for - - 1 00
!!J " Ciioico " o - - 1 00
1 " Old (iyvcniment -Inva - - 1 00
Teas and other staple and fancv Oroce
rios equally in cheap.
Ooods new, and full weight given. Cal
nnd try
JOSEPH SMITH,
In lluilcr'. New Hi lc k Itnlldlng, nu ner o
Ligllth ami Wa-hlllgton Atelille,
BAKEK & CONFEOTIONElt
ami iu:.ti.i:it s
iiMll.Ki.N ANIi liO.MIXriC I'I!IMT,
1CK CliSAM A.SUSoilA Fol'.NTAI.V.
1 desli ii to Inrorm my patron, and the pub.
He a large, lhat I am at all time, prepared lo
iiiiisn iMeryiuing in me above line on the
shortest notice, Including Wedding and
;ileeneake. ele. Also .upper parlle, ur
ilheilto order promptly nnd perfect satis-
laeilon warranted
For quality ami prices I ,efv , i pillion.
Iry ine once nnd joii will come again.
. H-iiii.vtttr.
n.m.
At 11 a.m
At 1-30 ,.,,
OAIHO AND l'ADUOAn
MAlfc 1IOAT,
Tho BplenJId steamer
J" -A.S. FISK,
Stanley Ukow.v, Capt,
JAd IllbOS,
111
i sir
LIME! CEMENT!
JAMES ROSS,
UKAIIH IN
OAA'K QIHAHDKAU AND ILLINU.
LIMB!
Oonimoroial-av., Foot of Klovonth-st.
Best quality of Limo and Cement al.
ways on hand, and for salo at tho
very lowest figure for caih,
lllAI,,
CAIRO CITY COAL
convrv.iT'y.
Is prepared to aupply cu.toiner with thu bos
quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
OltDL'II.S ,.n , iialli.hiy Uros. oillce, 70
J 'fi'-'V '-Vl foal Yard In-low tho
'-'"''"''lolcl, will recelvii prompt ntten
tion. I ho Tun ".Mo.vr.tUK" will IiiIiik coal
iilonysiilo to steamers at any hour.
NA1.00NN.
KL DORADO
1)1 I.LI Alt I) SALOON AND UAH
ROOM. JOMN UATKN, I'roprlelor.
too Commreinl Arcnue, OAIltO, IIJ.INOIH
Ba.1 brand of Callfe. UCIgaraJu.t receltU.
H!'? "'i fnmiihed with tho bctt
a . ,i?u9.,i,lr,"Pl'llelwlthwiiicii, liquor,
and diraM or the linen brand,
STATE PMXTIXO.
s-taikoi' Illinois, i
.-liringlield. .lulv Hi, is;-.'.
Notice is hereliy giten lhat until .1 nV-lock
p. in., on .Monday, Align-t !i(ith, t',2, sealed
proposal, will he reeelted at the olllct orihe
-ecretary or State, In tl Uv or irlnglleld.
for the fM'clltlun or th tcral el; ol
iirinlliig, a. hereinaner -ii ijIiIi i, ..nil print,
ill--In I, . let III separate eontniet lor em li
i la. I'or the term ol' two t ear- from and af.
ter the ilr-t .Monday or.S'otc mhcr.
!.".:,l.'i"lsT '"'A-" to eoiiiiu l.ii the prilltliiL
r all hills I'or the ttto lloise ol'thi- liciicnii
As.emlilt, together with Midi resolutions
and other matters as mat he ordered by the
two Iloii.e., or either ol'them, to be printed
lnliilll.mil.
Tin: m:ihmi('i,i to eompri.e the print
Iiil'oI the Journals of the Senate and iloii.e
ol l!epreseutatite.
'I'iii: Tiiiitn class in comprise the print-
llC ofnll ri-port. folilliilliiieatioiis n- other
diifllliielitsiirileied bv the (.eneral As-emhlv,
orellher brani h thi ri or, or hv tin- Lxeeii.
lite Hepaituients of the -late'Coternment,
In he printed In pamphlet or book rot in, to
gether ttlth the toliime. or iiuhlle docii.
Illelit-.
Tin: Foriiiii class i eompri.e the
Intlngoi the law. mid joint resoluiioii.
.K,'";1." '. to eouiiri-e the print
ing ol a hank., eh Inr. ,...r.l. ......I
ttork neecary rorlhe u-e ot lhe Lxefiitile
Meiiailmeiit. or cither branch or the (ien
eral A-eiiibly (other than Midi a. shall be
pr nted In pamphlet or bill roriu).
l.ach proposal hum distinctly and -iiecllie
ally .tatethe price per Ihoii.aml cms lor the
' poslllon id all matter embraced In tlli
ploposals lor an.t or all of Mich ela-.es of
printing the prh-f per one hundred linpres
Ions (or al pri-ttork embraced In the Him,
second, ihlrd and fourth ela-e., and the
price per ttveilty.liln illipreiolis I'or the
pres-work eontalneil In the iinh class, at
which the bldderwill do tho ttoik i-mhratcil
II the class or da'.es or liriliting entered bt
Ills proposals
i:ach propo-al must bo aeeonipanled hv a
bond, executed ill due loim bv the bldiler,
tvllh at leat two good and Milllc'lent sureties,
lo he approved hv the Coteinor before the
same is Hied, In the penal Mini of tell thou
sand dollars, conditioned lor the faithful
perloniianie. pursuant to "An act to provide
lor and regulate Hie c.ccutlon of the public
printing." iipprotcd April nth, itTi, uud lu
loreo.liily 1st. 18T-J, of slifh class or clas.es
ol the state printing as niav be atvarded to
him : and nlo I'or the payment, as lliiuidated
damages, by such bidder, to the slate, ol
any i'.i-i;ssiif t ter ihe bid or bids of
Midi bidder, when the State niav be obliged
to pay lor Mich work by reason or the lallurii
ofMii-h bidder to complete his contract.
Said propo-al. will be opened at .'1 o'clock
p. in. on the. said 'Jiltli day ol AugtiM, I37i,
and will then be duly con.ldereil.
Illanks (or proposal, will be tiirnl.hed on
application to the Secretary ol'Stale.
i;mvAitiii'.M.Mi:iSecrciarviirstato.
l I l..-s. I.
uly
WANT HI), AOKNTSI
100 to i0 tif-r tiintitli j..... ...i i. i
renntle, lo Intruillice Urn tlm lalest im.rove(l,
IIIOSI Himn.o anil l.n."....t UIIIVI' I. u.'.'i. tvi!
.I,,,....'.. I ,3l SI . , .T,.If.41.
JIAUll.Nr, eter intuited w clilli no the
ii oi Id lo compelo v In, U Pnen ouly JIb os, innl
iiiii nirrumeii mr live leurs, llnilllliu Inn
l.laslie J.oelt btllcli. iillUo on Imlli sloes. Tin.
nunii ns nil the hlul. priced shiutlo
machines. Alto. Urn ceUliratnd and
',','"' COMMON Hi;.3K I'AMII.VhKWINO MA
( I1IM. I'ricn nnlv 11.1 I HI. unit O.llv urirrnnti.il
liir ilvu tears. 'IIicsb muehliien will tiled, htm,
fell, luck, ipiilt, conl, hlud, bralil and hiiLioiiIit
I" n most aiipi-iior manner. And are warranted
to do nil Horfi Dial cun bo doneiin nnv lilfli.iin,.,i
innchilio in the wnild. I'or circnlata nnd urms
iul.lrcs H. W VNKOOP A CO., SUM Itidge nvMiue.
. O, llox.'-iTjn rmiailclplita, I'a. o.'J3, Jimv
FOll NAI.K
The Illinois Central Had Road Comnanv now
olterfnraalo thBlollowlngiJencrlhed loia in Fira'
Add I onto the C tvof cSirn. 1
Lot block 20. J.ot 21 block 82,
" J " 20, 27 i
". " 8- " 28 si!
orterms.ele. apply to JAMEH JOUN80N,
:i Af.'l l's .N. IATKS, Stato Treasurer
i-0d'Jiv fi il.'rs I'uhllc I'rlutliiL'.
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