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MANrof our cjunlry oxchangos radi
cal exchanges contlnuo to Ulk about tho
"Louisville nominations," and tko oSect
they will btro upon lb Llboril ticket.
Ii thli straight out stupidity nd Igno
rance, or Is ll a radical trick to bcgullotin
suspecting country pcoplo Into a trap to
help defeat II oracc Greeley t "Whichever
it I, it will affect but littlo tho grand re
tilt In November.
Tits Now York 'Herald says that
" Grant ihould be more powerful now than
four year ago. Should there bo any
considerable reduction of hli majority in
18C8, It would Indicato h! waning pow
er." Grant'i majority in Malno in 1809
was 28,000. The radical majority claimed
by the late election is 16,000, a falling off
from Grant'i majority four year ago of
18,000. Ii not thii an indication of Ills
"waning power V
Tus Rclvldcro 'Standard,' a red hot
Grant paper, calli Farnsworth, .Tudas
Iicariot Farnsworlh. Famsworth Is
sharing the fato of Liberal
Republicans of earlier conversion.
By the testimony of radical papers,
every republican who has declared for
Horace Greeley and Reform, is a rascal In
one shape or another. "While he stays in
the radical party the Grant organs are
mum when he leaves it, though he may
have been one of its high priesti in the
fending victim, does so almost with lm
penlty. Examplo has not taught him that
offender! of hit class meet the prompt. and
the Just punlthmonl their crimes deserto.
It has shown him, rather, that tho law,
which ihould bo the shlold and tho defonso
of all good pcoplo, is his rofugo instond of
tholrs, and that there is no crime so wicked
that It may not go unpunished. Chicago
has taken a step In tho right direction , thl dato says
which might bo Imitated with profit by
ays tho Carl 1st s aro again becoming trou
The Pope county, Arkansas, trouble J
continue 100 mmtia aro camped two;
miles from Busselvtlle. Everybody, who1,
can Is leaving tho place. Deputy, Sheriff
Williams Intend from tho wound Inflicted
on him by a party from Dovor.
London nowspapcrs are strongly dls
satisfled with the result of the Geneva
arbitration. Tho London 'Advortlscr' of
Mvurimnono, Ills, Sept. 11, 1672.
Editor Cxino Bulletins
Dear Kin: On Thursday ovenlnglast,
Murpbysboro beheld one of tho most
brilliant Jpolitlcnl displays our county
ever produced. Threo hundred and
twentv-six porsons, cxcluslvo of twenty-
five or thirty boys wno warcnea in mo . clty th,, for llerl,n cvon)ngi
procession, rcsponaea to tne can ior per-, It bcCVC(i o0 000 j100pj0 wcro on
sons who had moral courago enough to th() grounJ, of tho Louisville peace re
ihoulder a lamp and show tho radicals I union to-dav.
that they daro openly acknowledge them
"The plain Eiurll'h of It l, (lie llrlllsh
irovernmeiit lin allowed tne Americans to
bully u out of three or tour millions of
pounds, to curry fat or with them, and then
modestly congratulate' us upon jinyinp nn
amount In settlement of the claim for which
a few weeks njro It was nttlruicd Hint Eng
land was neither legally ormoially liable."
Tho third annual exhibition of tho
Northern Ohio fair association, began at
"WEDNESDAY, Skpte.mhkr 11, 1872.
Tho meeting of tho Emperors at Ber
lin closed to-day.
Francis Joseph of Austria left tho
A party of thirty-live Indians of tho
Sioux tribe, arrived in Chicago to-day in
company with two gentloman of tho
O' Conor met the Louis vlllo deputation
to-day and refuted the Bourbon tomina
tion. Tho stato ticket of the Massachusetts
Liberals, nominated today, is as follows :
For Governor, Charles Sumner; Lieu
tenant Governor, Goo. "W. Stearns ; Sec
retary of State, George U.Munroo; Treas
urer. I.vl HpvwvwI Auditor. H.fVdlln
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icr oy me iouicsi aspersions iimiifumn.- f0r fomo reason it lanea 10 appear. Aucr 1 Attorney uenorai, Waldo uouurn; fciec
selves advocates of the cause which Is to
produce an cntlro chango in tho political
affairs of our great republic.
Grand Tower was ably represented by n
number of her most worthy citizens who
participated with us; they were preceded
by their city band which discoursed good
music as the procession paraded through
tho principal streets of tho city. Tho
procession inarched from Murpbysboro to
Vt Prlnn where St expected to meet tho
past, the process 01 auctioning nis cnarac- Carbondsi9 Greeley and Brown club, hut
lv begun. The game ans
well in the early stages
movement, bnt as a political trick is not
worth being played any longer.
ounce C. h.
office of City
ounce It. A.
lite for City
Skxator Wilson' denial that ho told
the Rev. Mr. Rennison of Washington
City that Incident Grant "drinks too cofrUption of the present administration- ' The Prohibitionist! of Connecticut
much,' has been unfortunate for himself The performance wa an entire success., hold a stato convention in Hartford on
and his cause. It has beeu tho means of I don't believe the Grantites can concen-1 the llth and resolved to support Black
establishlnp two facts, namely : that trnte ouSh force to crush the cause I nna Russcl, the Prohibition candidates for
nee JOITN Q.
Tcult Clerk ol
ng election in
tClcrW of Al
ig election in
.1.1U :. ..Inlm. nntr nvTATf ilav. and
' which in tho comine contest will assert
and tuat senator iison, to get out 01 an ,t8 supromacy, and instead of wielding its
unpleasant position, has deliberately told power as a monarch, will show equal
a falsehood. Rev. Mr. Donnl- rights unto nil and dispenso justico to
. I . t. rVit liafn liAan TnoilA tn fertl the un
sons letter, bears truth and uu "
candor on its face and proves IhsvotuI "urli . ""',
unce II. W.
ir County At-
lounce P. II,
y Attorney at
ff at the ensu-
X to the decls-
wered tolcrablv returning to tho city, tho procession pro- ; tors-at-Large, Chester Chapin and F. W .
" 1 i i...i...,n,ni,i tmt tt (ach to Oiti. sunineranil Munroo are Liberals
of tho Liberal ccrfed to the court house, but it failed to . Democrlf
accommodate one-inira 01 mu jikhuus
there assemblod, and they repaired to tho ! "ur"w JO''n'on Urie,i a .argo
courtyard, where thov were addressed by owJ M"P o-nighu
Col. Dan. Brush and vour esteemed ici- . greannnu snue, near r rnga, opain,
... . . . 1... I. ? l ... if . . . .
low-citinen. Hon. W.J. Allen, both ci uy wuicn many nvcs woro iosi anu mucu
whom showed up to their audience the property injured, took place to-day
Ht. tbrouffh the southern states. A
cavil that tho great National Republican Wphtor time is daw nine and tho day is
patty, the party of moral Ideas, tho party I not far distant when the " God and mor-
of progress, has as lU candidates for the ality " party will have to succumb to tho
two highest offices in the gift of tho poo- new party, which, though young, is vig
orous and auvancing wuu rapiu siriuus io-
ple, UlysscsJS. Grant, whoso best friends
ward gaining the highest pinnacle of po-
deprecate his habit of drinking too much mlcftl glory ftnd placing thereon ill lainous
wbtskoy, and Henry wilion, who stands chosen leader Honest lloraco Groeley.
convicted bv his own wordi. of having a Neii.
lamentable disregard for truth.
The Rev. Gilbert Haven, one of the new
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exercising the role of tho prophet.
Bishop Haven, whoii an extreme partisan
president and vice-president
A Paris telegram of this dato days
On the re-onenln of the National Assem
bly, President Thlcr will jiropo-c the cre
ation of the ortlce of Vlcc-Prc-ident.
THURSDAY, SEnEMnEit 12tb, 18.2.
The Texas fever is prevailing among
tho cattle in tho vicinity of Pana.
Mantn Eastburn, bishop of the dio
cese of Massachusetts, died on the 12th
Miss Lovrcnstein, nn accomplished
young lady of Now York city, becamo sud
denly insano on tho morning of tho 12th.
Tho young lady's mother was so affected
by tuo circumstanco that she committed
uicido, cutting her throat with a knifo,
A meeting of tho citizens of Chicago
was held in tho hall ot tho Board of Trade
on tho evening of this date, tor tho pur
pose of considering the best means of
bringing murderers to justice. Addrcssos
were mado by prominent citizens and res
olutions for the appointment by the chair
man of a committee of twenty-five, to act
in conjunction with tho officers of tho law
in arresting and bringing mur
rrcsidont.ThloM always wflari'a'groy
silk hat. '?
OuJjIavo Dpre iayi ho wants to ooaoo
to Amwlca five hundred yoars froni now
BfV Harlc, whoso health has been
poor, -has recovered and renewed hli.OB-'
gagemont to wrlto for tho 'Atlantic
DRtSftF.S AS'D OVEn-PRKSSKS, 110.V.VETS ASP
(From the New York Era.)
Tho approach of tho operatic seaon, ns
n cotemporary remarks Fashion, In com
pliment to 0110 of tho celebrated songstors,
has dedicated ono of hor most graceful
garments to " Iucca." This is an elegant
train mado with corsage, over-dress nnd
train of-heavy black gros-graln silk, tho
upper skirt caught up in tho back nnd
fastened between the shoulders with a full
bow and ends, whllo tho train sweeps in
undulating folds over tho undcrdrcss, or
is gathered at a moment's notico into a
bouffant, elegant polonaise at tho back,
thus combining two most desirablo gar
menu in one.
A tigbt-tlttlng basquo bears tho name of
"Arabella," in memory of Miss Goddard,
and is displayed In a paper representing n
postillion back, the side-bodies running to
a point, and the front assuming the vest
form with a trimming simulating a X.ouavo
jacket, and wide, open sleeves furnished
with bows. The "Kellogg" overskirt is as
novel ns tho lovers of tho unique could de
sire, being full In tho back, tho back
caught up at tho sides, tho front n plain
apron carried over tho hips nnd fastened
In plaits under a bow at tho back, whllo
tho trimming simulates pointed baqucs at
tho top of the apron.
Tho "Ladv Washington" polonaise is a
wide, plain apron, front caught In folds at
the side and fastened up to the sido of the
polonaise, with wido bows and long ends,
tho back of tho skirt cut square at the
bottom, and puffed very full near the waist,
wide slashed slccvo finished also with a
The Eldora" resembles tho '-Lady
Washington" somewhat, with this differ
ence, however, that n pointed basquo holds
tho full skirt at the back, nnd tho apron
front Is draped higher at tho sido to dis
close the reverse of tho black, which is
finished with n number of graceful loops
Tho "Empress" wnntlo is ono of tho most
fo. Our Homo Advertisers.,
REGULAR CAlltO. PAPUOAU ft EVANS
. VILLE BKMI-WKKKLYmU. S.'
iff Thn Fast and Elcgnnt Passenger Blcnmer
Jack Guammkii, MnMcr.
En. Thomas, Clerk.
KIT Leaves Cairo for Pnililcnh nnd Evnli
vlilecrv TI111rsd.1v nnd Sunday evening,
ntG o'clock, coiiiiccting at Evnnillo Willi
the Louisville nnd 1'lndmiatl packets. For
freight or paisnftn apply to
Jamkh lltUfiH Passenger Ax'i.
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUOAll A EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The line Passenger Pnckel
REN. HOWARD Master
Nkoi.EY Rt'Dl) Clerk
rjJ'Lcaves Cairo for Padilenh nnd Evnnx
inecvery Tued.iy nnd Fridny ironing at (I
o'clock. For n eight or ynssigo apply on
board or to
Jam i:s Rinnn. l'ascinrer Atc't.
SU1IDAY, Septkmiier 8,1672
John O. Golick, a polygamist with
of the radical party, looking at all politi four wivos, was found drowned near Phi-
cal events through the prejudiced vision
of a narrow-minded bigotry, layi: "Iftho th08th, reports an unusual number of ! derers to speedy trial and prompt punish
Democrats and Liberal Republicans I murders and robberies by the Apache j tnent, with power to employ detectives,
succesa in electing their canuidate, 1 inaians. .Liieuienuiu u aniumu
'they will kilt nnd .lav. Tho negro of the killed on tho 2.th of August, and his com-
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLK
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The lino low pressure Pnsengcr Packet
W. It. PENNINGTON Master.
j3TLeAVe Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday ou'iilng 11 HI o'clock, tor Pndllcnh
nnd i:vnn!llle. For freight or parage ap
ply on board or to
OAlllO AND l'ADUOAU
M AH. BOAT.
Tho splenilid stesmtr
OAtRO BOX AND 33ASKET Co.,
Mamifncturcrs of and Dcnlcrs in
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the sole right In Hit city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
tho liekt Patent Kiln extniit. wo nro epe
chilly prrpnred to fiirnl-li ut all times, on
the shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMIIEK.
Attention N called to our stock of
A N t
Lumber delivered to nuv part ot tho city.
Order rcceUed ut tho olllcc of
SAKKORD, MORRIS CANDEE,
nt Hint of the company, comer of filth
trcetmid Oliln li'rn niiiA'dniil.
Dick Fowler, Cnptnln.
Laves Cairo DAILY, (Sunduy vxeentril.)
:U4 a.m. Kor Iiclf.iit or pa-age njpl.y on
CAIRO AND MOUKD CITY
ON EASY TERMS I
A' valttahle fiirm within neven tnllcx of
Mi'troioll), 011 the .lone-born Road, ruuMM
liiit of 'J(S) ncrcs wllh (f) ueroi cleared nnd
other liiiiirovemeiil", now owned and form
cilv occupied, by ,1. T. Rcnnle.
'I'ERMs. One-fourth down balance In
one, iwo and three year nolc ect'reU by
liiortcnc. w llli six pur cent. Interesi,
N. It, Tho timber N kooiI nnd ba never
been culled and no limber will be permitted
to be cut or uuil. oxcelil what I neeary
lor the wenr nnd Ifjr ol tilt; plucc, until niter
the H-cond payment lint been made.
Korl.ilormatlon opplv to
J. T. RENN1E
H-S-lf Cairo. III.
IXSUHN. NANII. ETCl
Will make three trips dalljr.
I.r.AV'O MOt'KP C1TV I
At Hi'-i) a.m.
At p.m. ,
Atii . . I'.m.
10 ticket lor I
stvlishnnd lady-like, and is arranged In a At 11 i.m
' ... ... 1 At4-.no P.m.
Ilftii-uiiing isaui uo wuu uiatuiui, iuuuu t-.ra ,.,,,1. ...... , opiiii.
cape, open half way up the back, and fin- 1 62 M. Will land, when hailed, ut any good
JjJi,.,.!.!' M Intermediate landing for pawciigcij. or
The Eacque Is equally dressy without tho ( . . -JSSSSsrs!fi! j
capo, and can bo mado with tho "Watle&ii pfJfiLIC L1BKAUY OF KE STUCK Y I w w TTTOT?TTOX
fold down the black, or one-fourth tight. I . . VV. W. lllUlVA O,
Tho Vllette is a sleeveless bnsquo pointed
open vest front, postillion box-plaited
back, and can bo worn cither in or out of
All theso patterns can be made up in tho
usual Fall and Winter goods, silk, poplin, j
cashmere, mohair, alpacca, cloth, veivet( '
velvnteen, merino and opera flannel
BEERWART. 0RTH & CO.
136 Commercial Avenue, Caiko, III.
STOVES, TIN "WAKE, HOLLOW
"W IBE CLOTH
fci WmJbW bcreoni,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
CiC, CtCn O.C.
CRADLES, &c, 4c.
Also tntnufccturcni or
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron St Coitkr Ware
soio AKnts ior tne ceuurawtf
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uiuo'h Moveable Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cash,
LITTLE GIANT TRUNING SHEARS,
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
GIFT CON CERT.
DAY OF THE DRAWING FIXED.
FROM SEPTEMRER 2Sth.
For children tho designs aro slightly j
iried f rom. last vcar. and in many cases I To the l'mui:
only modifications of the ladies garments, ! 'I he 'Irmti-ci. 0 the I'ubllc Library or KhthUou,
' , , . . , a ... ' ' Kentucky being satl-tied fro.n the large fnle
the polonaise and basquo being worn quite 1 or tickets alreadv made, nnd the dally In- 1 Fri
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J tenth btreet,
Doom, KMb, BltBda. MoaldlBK",
EaTeOnllcni, (wood) Window nnd Door
much by little girls as by their elders. I .ireaMni? demand for llit-m. that th re will be uiuli laad Hide
. . 6 .... 1 110 oecuiloii lor po-tponhiK the Mjcoud lmw- ( fnlncli, uisa rtiwn, uiura niuc
unt tho radi
;n for Grant.
ler to tho re
'South will havoto hide himself from his
1 murderous foe, or crouch nt his feet In re
' vived servility and a more hideous slavery
'Their white brothers will have to abandon
'their posts, or refrain from putting
'forth their just powers for their improve
ment." Tho olovationof the Rev. Gilbert
Tho boiler of McCullough's Iron Rol
ling mill at Northeast, Md., oxploded, nnd
killed three men.
Tho family ol tho President left
Long Urnnch to-day for Washington.
London dispatches of this dnto sny
tho 'Observer' estimated the damages
awarded.by tho Genova tribunal at 3,000-
mistake. If ho believes his own predic
tion, ho shows political ignorance
which should shamo tho most stupid. If
his prophtocy is merely tho argument of
an unscrupulous politician, ho practices a
falsehood which is a disgrace to his posi
tion and his profession.
i Fletcher to
ization of tho
ct!on of tho
bat as soon at
0 part in tho
' gives those
Iclslon Is not
t the great
v York city
h belief that
oral votea of
I aim the eloc.
foro the elec
sap. A few
1st, who ha
Mi out with
1 ' (
Haven to a bishopric, nppears to havo been 000 sterling
A RIGHT MOVE.
The trial of Ratferty for the murder of
Police Officer O'Meara, was concluded in
Chicago last wcok. The jury found him
guilty "in tho manner and form charged
in tho indictment," and fixed as hit pun
ishmcnl death by hanging. Tho murdor
of O'Meara by ItafTerty was unprovoked
and cruel in the extreme. Rnfierty, about
to be arrested by tho officers of tho law for
some minor offence, threatened to shoot
tho first man that laid hands on him, and
did shoot and kill Officer O'Meara, who
had neither laid hands on him nor taken
any part in the proceedings. Tbodefcnco
urgod by RalTerty's counsel was that ho
was drunk and unaccountable. The
frequency of unprovoked and causclos
murder, lately, in the city of Chicago, has
excited tbo just Indignation of its law
abiding citizens against tbo class of as
sassins of whom Rafforty is ono, and it is
reasonably certain that tho verdict of the
jury, approved by tho popular tenso of
the community, will bo carried out, and
the majesty of tho law, a phraso which
has almost lost its meaning, bo vindicated
Tho late murder of Michael Callahan,
quiet citizen of Chicago, on the pul-ll
highway, in the Iramodlato presenco of his
wlfo and child, by a drunken ruffian, who
was sober onough to make good bis cscapo
from justice, and who has eluded arrest up
to this ilme, has also contributed to
this end by the feeling of insecurity which
tho recurrence of such outrages gives to
peaceable r.itizeni. This latest ono has
aroused public sentlmont in Chicago to
such a degreo that drunkon murderers
may expect, for a time at least, to pay the
full penalty of tho law a made and pro
Tided In their ciios. A meeting of tho best
citizens of the city has boen held and
measures taken to assist offlueri of tbo law
ia tat) arrest and punishment of these
'daajproui lawbreakers. To careless pub-
IJjj .Matimant Is rightly attributed tho
aisrsBMa; pravmtvivn ui iwuruur, auu iuo
The most destructive flro which has
occurred in Memphis for ten years broke
out in tbat city this morning. Two blocks
in tho contorof tho city wcro destroyed,
and the lost roaches $200,000. Insurance
is boliovod to be about $60,000.,
The Internationals held a banquet in
A dispatch from IMadrid states that
an organized attempt to abolish slavery
will soon bo inaugurated Spain. Pub
lic meetings will bo held in tho largo cities
nnd potitlons for abolition in tho Spanish
colonics will bo circulated.
MONDAY Ski'TKsuier 0, 1872.
A Jury in tho county court of Peoria,
111., to-day adjudged Hon. .Samuel Cnld
Tho District Count at ban Francisco
wcro all day unsuccessfully ongagod in
trying to iinpanol a jury in tho Fair
Returns from tho Malno election in
dicato u majority of 10,000 for tho Radi
Forrester, tho supposed Nathan mur-
doror was takon from Washington to New-
York to-day. Tho prisoner was heavily
Tho vcnoorlng factory of Colo, Com.
stock Co., of New York city, burned to
day. Loss 570,000.
Michael Callahan, whllo walking with
bis wile and child in Elston road, Chicago,
was brutally murdered by a drunkon ruf
fian, who escaped.
Tbo trial of Chas. Ratlorty, tho mur
durcr of Officer O'Mera was begun In tho
criminal ccurt of Chicago to-day.
A dispatch from Chicago of this dnto
is us follows :
A Sioux City t-pccial avs: Part of tho
bund orindlans engaged In the tight with
Major linker' forces in Yellowstone Valley,
came into ('huyeiino Agency a few days ago
nnd reported that the light wus very (cerc,
ami that thu troop lost hem lly. ter forty
wcro killed mid wounded, while tho Indian
loss wan eleven killed. They report Raker
o badly rrlpplcd that lio win obliged to re
turn to Fort EMU without Imvlng necmu
pllshcd tho object of tho expedition, fleii.
Stanley sent the detachment buck to Fort
Rice, ufew daya clncc, for supplies.
Tlicy report that Just prior to tliulr de
parture Hitting Hull n'lit in a thig of truce,
aim ai-ked a purley with Gun Stanley, which
wa granted. In tho interview Sitting Hull
declared that if Gun. Stanley did not turn
back at once, he would givo him plenty of
light before he got to tho Missouri river.
It Ik estimated that there are, now in tho
Yellowstone Valley from fifteen thousand to
twenty thousand hostile warriorn, and seri
ous trouble Is apprehended. Many ofthohe
are Cheyciiiiuit and ArrnpuhocH from the
Platto Valley, with a largo bund of Ognllula
TUESDAY, Seitemiier 10, 1872.
President Grant has issued a procla
mation ubollihlng all tho dutiei on Im
port! from Japan In Japuneso vcsseli, io
long at Japan reciprocates.
Tho war dopnrtmont to-day received a
dispatch from Gen. Sheridan saying that
and, when deemed necessary, counsel to as
sist the state's attorney, wore unanimously
passed, and the chairman announced the
committee, which includes many of tho
The Gallatin cotton mill in Sumner
county, Tennessee, owned by Fitzgerald fc
Co,, was burned to-day. Loss $30,000.
A New York dispatch of this dato
A letter Irom a French military man of
rank to a friend in thN city states that the
verdict of tho court-martial upon Marshal
llnzaine will be to find him guilty of infidel
ity to 111." duty, nnd that the Man-hal will be
sentenced to death.
FRIDAY, September 13, 1872.
Hon. Sam'l. Caldwell, who, Monday
last was adjudged inEanct, died suddenly in
Peoria on the 13th.
Thirteen Ohio regiments held n re
union in Tiffin, Ohio, to-day.
'Tho oxplosion of a now boiler at tho
foundry of Robert Jone in Cincinnati, to
day killed three men, Robert Jones, tho
proprietor of the foundry, Evans H.
Lloyd and Joseph Uburahlog.
Taylor Kain, a book keopor In Now
Orleans, shot himself through tho head to
Tho lato failures in tho sugar, lea and
cofieo trades of Raltlmoro and New York
will reach $1,000,000.
A oonl pit in Relgium became Hooded
to-day and twenty-flvo minors wcro
Tho citizens of Joll'orsonvillo, says a
dispatch of this dnto from Louisville, aro
greatly excited over tho outrages of a no
gro mob, on Thursday night, in thut placo
Tho negroos woro from New Albany and
had gono to joll'orsonvillo to tako part In
a torchlight procession, An otllcor who
allompted to nrrcst a negro who wns
nourishing a pistol nnd calling out that ho
wanted to kill a Groeloy mnn, wns sot
upon by negroos and bcaton soverely, tho
negroos firing pistols at tho timo. A dop
uty marshnl who tried to rescue two white
mon who was chnscd by tho negro mob.
was also seriously maltreated. Tho
negroes used vilo nnd insulting Inngungo
toward women in doorways and called af
ter ovcry whlto man on the alroot "nhoot
him, kit) him, ho ia a Grooloy man."
For a miss, however, a pretty polonaiso(
with tho sea-side or box plait lata irom
tbo shoulder, and continued down below
the waist a short distance, trimmed with
buttons or narrow velvet, Is qulto tasteful,
and adds fullness to the fragilo forms of
the delicate American girl in her teens.
The polonaise cut squnro in tho neck, and
mado without sleeve?, is a good substitute
for the apron, and is indeed quite super
ceding it for school wear, whllo scalloped
LIr-IiU, Ulnicd Trnnnonm,
ing in the C.lll Concert In aid of the Public ,
l.llirarv ol Kentucky, have ln-l.'iicle(t me, n
their agent undinanngei' of the (Jin, Concert, snub Weight, Hauls 1'ttlllt nnd Cord
Io Kivto tin: public nnd ticket-holders that
the drawing will po-ltlveiy take place on Blind l-nate-nlim. Itoolin-
.-eptctnber Mill prox., nnd will not lie po-t- .. n ii..tf riu
,'oned. An aellio demand fortIcki!t come- KooflM,f -,mn, I Iterlutf
irom every State and Territory ol the L'nlted rnner, Cirpt Veil, White
;!itsb nml iVinn 1 ho C.inaihiti. ulvimr n-ur.
ancctothe Tnntee.- that no circlim'tance 1 Lead. Unl Oil, American Window ,
van pre cut a drawing at appointed time. ' . ' EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
A sufficient clerical force l engaged to Ulawi, Lnallah audi rench
H V K X I X G
I.,. .1 fV. !....,-' I I
herp up " mi inn oiu.-i- I'.I n.n..ir, ,, . , , tji-M- IMlltV
..r.i..p ii.i- iiiiiv In- p..i i-n-il nfi K ' tiia, i niiy,
.mineiise nrcure incldeiii to the liu-ine-i for i ur ninn .tout rhimnpta.
or trimmed neatly over a plain skirt, it '
looks ns well as could bo desired. , ous 0f procuring tickets', are requested to . .. ..,.TT!. ,
Woman's crowning glory, tho bonnet -end In their order- lin.nedlately a, sules . A S(iVtl..ng KelUnd qiVrtacirnaai F '
still ,.,S1imHS 1,1,-h t.ronorlions. nnd aims "". ... . ". 'V.. .. ,i . i " . w J"n inprovm ooudK a.w.y, on
" O I 1 IMVvtJtillJ iiUIWmiWliP iwi a-iau itatiii,. Jl p'l
to resemble n "crown " ns nenrly ns may the wbh or the maiingcmeiit to till every aaa
. , . . . ., , order for a ticket, a well at to sell nil the .
uu u) luiiinn; in nun., ivttu.ii intiii ,cKet, nut uio-u who niipiv nrsi Illll-l n,-i
. . . . . 1 , .. ...if,,, .I.iT. I
tho face, and being Just as queenly ns the i 'io supyieu , umi n moso no muuu uujing
. .. .,, , .. ,mt -a e- are clo-cd have their money re-
purse of tho fair owner will admit. Ono , .trm.(1 ln.lcil,, ()f lll0 tokL.t, oiilcreil. i In
liftAi, iu tnr. l.i.rs n uui7,
CAKCrULLY FITTKIl, AIIE MOKE
RAMI t.YAKI) CHEAPLY MOUNTED,
ARE L'.VDKK SIOBK PERFECT
CU.NTK0I.,I1AVK A bTKONOKK
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
fnvnrfthln svmntom about bonnnts is tlinti I llic- llr-t (Hit Concert ill December hi-t.who'l
(liuusanus Ul uuuuin iiiui t.iiiiu iuij jjiii nuie .
by n littlo chango of string! nud lace
a round hat will answer all tho purposes
of a bonnet, and a bonnet can bo used ns
a round hat.
ent back, they will have none to blame but
TIIOS. E. RRAMLETTE,
Agent J'ttblic Library Kentucky.
Louisville, Ky., August 10, 18711.
Vnn Wrrnenry'njWorld'i Toalc'nttd
It Is the groat honsehold'rcmedy, pleasant to
take, yet potent for the prevention and cure of
diseases. It. Is better than Hitters, Cordial,
IluchuorBarsaparlUa. Sold by Druggist
Ir. Jlenry'H Root nnd Plant Pill.
Mild yet thorough, no nausea orgriplng en
.Irely vegetable grrat liver remedy. Price 25
cents, pold by Druggists.
Mr. Whitromb'M Syrnp.
Tha great soothing remedy. Prloo on:y 25
senls. Girca rest to the mother and health to
tho child SoldbyDruggtsU.
Intetestlng Work, Enlarged Edition, Kew
Engravings, Two-hUDdrrd and sixty Pages,
Pilcc 50 cents; Address Dn. Butts' Disrfn
uni, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Father Ryan, the celobrated poot
prcachor of tho south, is lecturing on tho
"Infallibility of tho Popo ni liecessary for
reaEon and faith."
Two young ladles of New Orleans
havo boen experimenting rnac-fashlon on
It was O'Conor's wife who kept him
from accepting tho Louisville nomina
tion. Mrs. Coleman J'olt, a wealthy south
em lady wishes to form a colony of llvo
hundred persons, at the head of navigation
on tho Yaisoo river.
Caleb Ctishlng Ii coventy-threo.
Ellsworth, Louisiana, has a Borgia
who has poisoned llvo porsons.
l'cro Hyaclntho'i wlfo Las twico been
converted to Romanism,
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply cuitomer with tho bes
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left nt Hnllldnr llroi. olllcn, 70
pitio i.i:vi:e, or at the Co:u Yard below tho
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt nttcn
tlon. Tho Tuo "Montauk" will bring coal
nlnugsldo to uteamoin nt any hour.
Chartered March 31, lh09.
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
A. 11. KA1' FORI). President;
S.S. TAYLOR. Vice-President;
11. HYSI.OP, fcecrutary and Trcusurcr.
P. X. BlBCtlT.
F. II, HtocKriiTii.
K. II. Ccsm.sujum,
J. M, puiLtirs
II. P, HiXLIDAT,
Has ojieued a names') Shop on Washington
Avenue, between Tenth mid Elevt-.dh
."trcets for the purpose of M ANLT
KACTLMtlMi nil kinds of
DOUBLE & SINGLE HARNESS
HaI.tkiis, Rkiplks, Ac,
Which br keeps on salo or will make to
order. His motto in : "(lood Jitock, good
work, uud jiistlue to nil men."
All kinds nfreiialriii!; done with neatnc--and
dlpateh. Cihu lilm a trial, you will
llnd he don't pro)iou to "stand on a hotnu
Give better satl-lactlon, nud sold for a
I.csn Price than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
In the market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUK'G COMPANY
NT. I.OI IHMO.,
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
O. W. IIEXDKKSON,
J. 0. TABKR,
Will resume the practice of his profession,
with especial riiferoncii to tho electrical
ticatmciit ut disease in nil the now and im
proved methods of application.
' In all eases of private complaint1 a lady
will bo in ntteiidnnco.
Olllce, 128 Commercial nvt'iiiie, up stalls.
WILLIAM 11. BMiTir, M. D,
E8II)ENOK No. 21 Thirleenth etroet, be
ri tween Wanhuglon avenuo and Walnut street.
Office lilGonuriprclaUvenui, up stair.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D,
DKSIDKNOK-eornerNlnth and .Walnut its,
iV)iti(e oomur Blxth street and Ohio levee,
0;raco hours fioni (i a.m. to Jii in., and tt p.m
II. WAKDNEB, M. D.
BSIDENOK-Cornr Nlnettenth street anil
LV Washington avenue, near court house. Of.
flcii over Aricr'e Grocery Store, Office Honrs Irom
10 k. m. to lit in, and "om 2 to 4 p, ui.
R.K. liltKiflAM, M, l.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Of-
lice 13ij commercial uvcniic,
Depoalta ot any Amount ItecelTcdlrom
'I'en Cent Upward.
SNTEKKST paid on dcuotlta at the rale ot biz
percent, per annum, Starch 1st and Heptfin
r 1st. lotereatnol withdrawn Is r.dded Imme
diately to the principid of Hie deposits, thereby
glvinx them Compound interest.
UAHRIID WOMKN AND OUILDIIEN MAY
O THAT SO ONt EUK CAN IIUAW IT.
Open every buslnoss dny from U a.m. tn 3 p.m.,
and Butunloy cyenin lor HAV1M1 UlSI'Odri'b
only, from 6 to u o'clock.
auOil W. HTSliOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING ANJ) MARBLING
nf every Dn-criptloii.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every slyle, plain ami ornamental.
Particular intention paid to Glass Gliding
Orders solicited for Scenery, Freseoo and
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain unit iiiiiiimrnial, jii uih in
trusted to my euro will ho promptly at
tended to. Miop in Perry Mouse, corner ol
Connnercial avenue and Eighth street.
W, P. HALLIDAV. President!
HENRY Ii. RALMPAY, Vice-Presldsnti
A. U.HAFl'OHl), Cashier
WALTER I1YHI.OP, Assistant Cashier,
iMRS. MoQE K,
On Eighth Btreet, tietweon Commercial and Wash
union Avenues, ia dally receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
'' or Tin
LATEST SPUINO AND BUMMER HTYLKS.
lleMrles a lull line of
BOWHETS & HATS
ITrimmed 'and untrimmcd,
KUENOU FLOW KHS, KIBDONi, TKIHHINQS
or all Ulnili, Laces, etc., eta,
Mrs. Mcdoo has also a large assortment o
NECK THIS, COIiliARS, UNPER8LEEVEB,
n iiurro, BASiir.i, i'Ar.3,1
And nil oilier articles usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McCife, in addition to her.stook of Faooy
nn iiiiiineiy unoae, nu nne sou ouuipioio
ttftrltnnnt nt Pinnlnnali flllkLam Mftdft-'LjSdlee
anil inu ,' Hhnti anil Children!1 lioota. Dltok
and In Colors. These are acknowledged '.u bv
ho tlnest and best shoes in me roaraei, ana ini
lie only place in me cuy mat inane mem
WOUU I WOOD I I YUOD!l
The undersianed will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Ab Clifiau, II not Cheaper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave "order
on thu slates at the Postolllcc and at llo
coalvurd, on Connnercial avenue, between
''...ll. .....I (,,',.lflP. .Ii-m.l. rSilm UMlKilw. .k.
Kivo nood measure nnd will cord tiio vfood
up ii uesireu.
aU'jlU-11 WI..XAI3 UAIXI1.
Lirerpool Mew.Tork ahd Philadelphia
exosa coKTaicr with cnito STATU AMD SIITISU
For Carryinu the Metis.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa ruaraia isronTio
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
18 Broadway, New-York, er to
Washington ATenne. Crnrn. nnn. si
In Jtudcr'H 2sow Rrlck Ruildlnj,', comer ol
Eighth and Washington Aycnuo,
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
Iob Gkjsam ahd Soda Fountaim.
I ilnsirn to inform mv natrons and tho pub
lic at largo, that I am at all times prepared to
furnish ovurythlUK III the ahovo lino on the
shortest notice, Including "Wcddlnj,' and
Oimnn eukns. etc. Also Hunncr parties fur-
Ulsneu io oruor proiupiiy nnu ptiriuui'BUMi'
faction warranted, "
Fnr nualltv and tirifccg I deiV coincDtltlon
Try me once and you will come again.'
I ,. ,,
Suocessor to 1S..S, llurrell.J