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OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Strbot, flhoruton's Building. , 7. . ZT
DAILY EDITION 2ftfc0NDAY EVENING, ATOSSr j0HN H.ERilv m
-4 POSITION OF GREAT RESPON
No office, to be filled at the ensuing
November election, Ih,o( more?oonso
qa.BC to the public" than that of County
Huperlntendent.of Public Schools.
Out of a debris that was 'almost adls-v
grace to the civilization of tho day, the
present State Superintendent, Batemaa,,
and his predecessor, brooks, have framed
a system that la nearly perfect harmo
7Bos in Ita'opertorpft'ind-saWsfMtofy.fu
Its results . It Is wHb tn'e County Super-
bis duty to take his stand at.Uarkead of
tho active" teachers add -' - riVilisf rof'h ( i
tounty, and through thewajplr tkat
1 v,Tpe;iw makeUtWiittrrito
and their ability lo impart what they
aaay.kaow. TaatCeanty Superinten
dent who, in view or his oath, and the
disastrous consequences that will follow
the act, grants a certificate to.an- incom
l'Slwatper.on is a dUhonat and "mr(&nger.
OM.nmw.Let.thepeepljsaee toll that
no man capable of such dishonesty, la
wlt: in a -jiOSItIon:whe're'he inav
The County 8utrlnlc
a man able, and wllllug to find out for
a t . m a . a
aimseir witetnor tlie machinery of the
school syfctem of his county is working'
Harmoniously, and whether hU colabor 1
rn are performing the work specifically
aligned them He should, at leat onco
every two mtlnth?, make tlo round of
hla,couutyt vlslUbo.chopl,)couft:r with
tho tt'nclK-r.s and ulrectora, encouraging
those Heeding encouragement, ,iufulug
Ufo Into the listless, and iusplrfuV'to ro
newed exertion those upon whose labor
nil countenance the excr-Hi. tirn nnil mm.
eeta of the school under his supervision
The man destitute of the abllltv aih!
disposition to do all this U uufit for the
Office of COUtltV Hunerlntnnripnr nmt
Will prove anuUie eurte If eclected!
Among tho auxiliaries of tho public I
chools are the Teachers' Institutes. The
man who lacks tho ability to organize ,
iucIi societies and to make thwa power-
. . I I... !.. 11.. . ....... . I
iui nscuui-n iu iue worK or uttlng teach
sr for their fields oflabor; who lacks tho
sapacity to Instruct lu school govern
ment and dlcJp!lue, and to lead iu the
xrrclsesof the Institute, U not the man
for County Superintendent, and tho elec
tion of such a man will prove n public
Ttie time has passed, amonc intelligent
people, when men can get any ofllco
they max-want 9lmply because they aro
"good fellows," poor men," or "unfortu
nate men " The people begin to look
for moral and Intellectual worth; and
that they do so is an cvldenco of au ad
vancing clrllliatlbn among them. For
superintendent of their public schools
they begin to luquiru for men fitted by
due Hon, by experience, and in dispo
sition for the work of putting Into prac
tical and harmonious operation the ex
cellent system devised by our legislature
for educating tho masses. They want
not only competent men, but men per
sonally interested in the success of the
system. Solid; mature men, who will
inter with an enthusiasm upon a ills
shargeW their duties, und honestly and
perseverlngly strlvo, uot to make their
. . i- ...
H inigo no jiusaiuie, nor. ror uieir
3wn personal aiirrandizflmn'. Imt tn
iui iuc BLAiiuu ni ni innii la m an si no
Hon, and to do a work-worthy f the lm-
'.hem, are tho kind .of men tho people
I1UU1U BU1BCL SUl IIIPIT I mil II IV Kllnn .
THE FALL WADE
A coteraporary whose position in one
i liih v imh i riii4inftua pniiriira nr r ia niMin.
ii . ...
v w VVtSU
r XT uiuuil f k Ski 1 I nrrr i m I ST.. . ....
nfslllttAflf nnnnlllkitnn ulinnla iiiauI Imiwi '
uuv oi inn iraue 01 inn mfluint? kaii iimi
Winter. The crops have furnished an
nnirraiiAiai h nnniiaiiAn a rwi t
Hn rinuart'iii n .. man l . f ,,. s i
1 II a Itt laa n lAnt I .... II 1... 1 1 1.....
rial purouits, are bringing their surplus
nto market rapidly, and, as a -conse-
uuucb innrA is un annn niiu innu.m
a tlje aotlyly, of business, A
It Is yet too early to feel in its full forco
M HIIHI' R ni nllV O hlllllld 111 I . Birna n 'llin
A. . . ..i
"'i'"" uuiy ill jiarii guuu iur
lay of October farmers will have sold
iiuir vsinssai. nil m linn nr iiinin iiinnnn
.. a. i ... . .
zed will be in th.o, hands of the people.-
vhe merchants and traders of tho SnuthA
rniiiii r i mi uuMiurii in ia riiiiu nv f ii i
E3 L IJUUI1IIHN. I1IN1I IIIIIIIIIL' III till ffV M.I. HI
most overv nolnt aloncr their route, and
forward enlivening the shlnnlnir intorest.
iriuf, iiiurcnsuu uiuiucs-i iu uur uruy-
men ana forwarders.
In this immcdiato locality wo mu ex-
iniiTini si ir n onnsAn nr iinnonni iiniinmio
in trade, the causes that havo com
aiouccd enlivening business In tho larger
mes Having as yet produced no vislblo
ffacl atqoag us. The annual return of
periods akin tot the present Is expected
here and are or should be provided for.
But tho end Is near at hand. Tho means
that are to Inspire a greater activity else
where will soon havo ofTect In Cairo, and
when tboy do, tho aspect of affairs will
atosce Weeome highly encouragiug'Wo
shall not only share in tho common pros,
perky .but, have, the additional stimbHu
growJB out of the vigorous Droseeteiliin
W'sfhree Ippertarit raUrpads.yijti.'.'tlie
.CairpaiiBoennes, tlie tWakrst.
should, tHcwfore, nerve otjrivwrtsa
of thfe' preient, assured that In ttie iSme
dUtfWre,'hji, i a bal'aMr
bwlngw, 9fim4 a cordial taaarftMn
clai'JfeaBs.'tf' t rf'H t.WA
Gen. Ames,tl9e monarch of alpaad
more than he surveys In MlsslsiWppij has
apioIntodBrevet-HrIg.-Gen. Swift, May-
or of lcksburg.
Accounts from Ohio aud Pennsylvania
indicate the election of Pendleton and
Packer by handsome majorities.
The Texas radicals have indited a lach
rymose letter to Secretary Boutwell. They
fear defeat, and are crying to the Secre
tary to save them.
Kx-Presldent Johason asado a speech
at KuoxvUle,Teineaee, Aisgust 17th, iu
which (it is said) 'WsMred to favor
repudiattoa ftk aatloaalslebt" Tho
Knox ville .'Whig' aaya he alto: favors re
pudiation of the State toads issued un
der tho radical government. vJ0
The Chicago 'Times' calls tho late Car
boudale speech of Gen- IOgau, " bawl
Pendleton sinks the negro question In
Ohio, and proposes to try conclusions on
the fiuuuclal und tarifi' Issue Tho 'Chi
cago 'Times' remarks on this subject,
that "if the republican politicians of
Ohio shall not wish for a resurrection of
the nigger and a burial of the money
question, before October, the signs of the
times are no Indlcatlonsof what will be."
Bobt. W. Toombs, of Georgia is in
General Brlckiuridge will be oue of
the speakers at the national convention,
to be held at St. Louts to discuss tho
propolUwof a. removal-of. the federal
capital to the valley or the Mississippi.
Sumner will be another.
Vice-President Colfax aud party are in
the Yo-Scralti Valley.
A mad bull tore through the streets of
Pittsburg recently, killed two men,
wounded a half dozen, aud went through
a show window Into a millinery shop.
Ills headway was not stopped until ho
had been perforated by six balls.
Edwin Scoovts. whilo feeding a thresh
ing machine at Peoria, August 19th, had
lih right arm taken ofi.
O. 11. llatterson, of,,, the Paymaster's
department, Washington, was drowned
at Baltimore, on August 10.
If there is one thlug moro than anoth
er iu which people are given to exagger
ation, ,that thing is the weather. rAn ex
treme Is always unexampled. People aro
always suffering moro than they overdid
before, aud each succeeding day is al
ways the hottest or coldest over experi
enced. In this matter we stand as an
exception. In speaking of the weather
we are always thormometrlcally exact.
Therefore, In saying that yesterday (Suu
day) was the hottest day of tho season,
wo utter a truth that is corroborated by
the mercury. Tho thermometer stood in
the shade, where no uuduo heat was re
Heeled or communicated by sur
rounding objects, at 104 Fah
renheit. Thls ls, wo believe, 2 higher
than tlie highest point attained last year,
when the Intensity of the heat was spok
en of as unparalleled,
Tho light between Allen and Gallagher
having been decided ',!a, draw," Galla
gher proposed to add oe thousand dol
lars to tho slakes .andjfight the battle
over ugaiu. AUea afMfed the offer,
aud names soaajytat vyltaln fifty miles
of ClnciunatljfM'! place! suggesting
thut tho but'UwiSa 4loVjUiside of ten
days from the tlme et ifng the articles.
He is disposed to rush matters that he
may have time to preparo himself for
his twist with McCoole, next November.
A Nashville correspondent of the Lou
isvllle 'Courlor-Journal' says ihat the
race for the senatorshlp from Tennessee
lms( narrowed jiown to Johnson and
Etherldge, with the chances' In favor of
Etherldge. This conclusion is certainly
not warranted by thotouo of the Tennes
see press, nor by any expression from the
people. Looking a matters from our
standpoint tho chances seem to be dobld
edly iu fvor of Johnson.
Cincinnati has just tuken uu enumera
tion of her soldiers' orphans. They num
ber five hundred aud thirty-eight,
which goes to show that that city fur
nished A creditable share of tho fighting
material iu the "late uiipleasautness.'
'FOR SALE THE B VLUETINVFFICE
Any person desiring to Invest in a;
firmly established newspaper, and a well
patronized job priatisg' ofjoe, can do so
by making application lo the proprietors
of the Cairo 'Bulletin.', . One half tho.ca-!
tablisbment can bo purcliased'on rc'asitH
able terms. "
-.Tata k aspleBdid'Apfrrudlty for pro-;
flUble Investment Tlie iBulIetln'is the;
only daUy lkmowaUs pifier ia Southern)
Illinois, and wJthtedeyelepmeaf thej
country 'around Cairo', and the grewthi
of tho city, will beoomfj a.yery Valuable'
property. The office k'siocked'with Mhv!
material of every deaoriptloa anil -iaiaj
floe run of Job work. "r I
has" been published at Brsslau, Pntsaia,
Jnlni. II.. i I . - m
the eyes of tea thousand and sixty1
school children. The proportion of aHirt-
.sjgted vehMdMn waa, 17.1 per feather
aeventeea Hundred and thirty among ten
thousand anld sixty. No village children
were foiad to beWort-sigh ted until they'
ha aeefl'sbme time at schoolat least,
half year. There' were, In proportion,
four, times . as .many-short-sigh ted -cb fl
dren In the townJBrftlaa) as the country,
and short-sightedness Increased general
ly with the demands midw unnn thn
children. The author of the work 'at
tributes tho evil In a great measure to the
bad construction of school-benches,
which force tho children to read with
their books close to their eyes, and, with
their heads held downward. '
The Carllsts are still busy creating in
surrections in Spain, and getting shot.
Tho London 'Star' says that in tho in
terest of commerce It is desirable that
Cuba be prosperous, und her prosperity
is much moro probable under tho Amer.
lean government than us a distressed
colony or Spanish republic.
August 20 was the seventy-eight day of
drought not rain enough to wet the
ground in Virginia around about Rich
mond. Forest trees are dying In the
vicinity of the city, so destructive is the
Two deaths from sunstroke occurred
In Cincluuati on Saturday evening; two
lu Pittsburg during the day aud one in
UMUWTM OF THE WKttT.
Km tlio Cincinnati 'Knqulror.',
The census of 1870 will most materi
ally change the political balanco of pow
er in this country. As between tho
West and the East, it will pass tho Alle
ghenies, never to return. It will not be
long, indeed, before tho great North
West great in every respect will have
a population and political power larger
than all tho other sections of the country
In 1840 the Atlantic Eastern States as
divided from the Southern, had 110
Cougressmeu, they will have in 1S70 but
60. The West lu 1840 had but 32 meta
tersof the Houe. In lb70 it will be
assigned 83 members. Theso figures are
eloquent aa to the progress of the West.
If we add Kentucky to the ,North-west,
where It properly belongs, and with
whom It will vote on all importantques
tions, the West will have at. least. 91
Representatives to.tbeEast'sSG. In 1840
New England alone had 0 members
moro than the North-west. Now It has
not as many, although to it aro added
the. votes of tho immense States of Now
York and Pennsylvania, and the smaller
ones of Now Jersey11 and .Delaware, which
thirty years ago had, nearly as, many
members as the North-west will havo la
When the roll of tho North-west was
called in Congress in 1840, there was ub
response from Wisconsin, Iowa, Kansas,
Nebraska, and Minnesota, all of which
havo been admitted Into the Union since.
Theso States., then unborn, will havo as
many members as New England iu a
year or two from now. The slugle State
of Illinois will soon be nearly equal to
all New England iu political power. In
1840 she had but 3 members of Congress
to Now England's 38. 'J
More than onu. third of tho noxt Hous6
of It nnrHMiitM liven, elected after tue cen
sus of 1870, will be from tho West, and,
united to tue Houtn-WHSf, win give us a
clear majority in that' body, as well as of
There Is another Important gain to be
secured by the next apportionment afters
1870. For the first time the South wilt
havo u full representation upon tho ne
groes, instead of three fifths of them, as
belore. She will gain fully 13 members
by this a very Beusjblo lucreasoto her
political strength. As tho "recoustruc
iiou" business la now going ou tho Dem
ocrats will have the benefit of that in the
next Presidential election, as well as of
the increased vote in the West. The
next ratio for a Congressman will be one
to 165,000 people..
sinr.n.l.T County Circuit
Alexander County, Court.
In Iho matter of Zerelda Bmlth and Josephui Smith
vs. Almeda Froomanand William W. rreeman, on
Bill to Foreclose Mongnge.
1'ulllo notice is hereby eiven, that In pursuance ofn
decretal order entered in the aboro eiitttlo cause, In
said court on the trth day of July, A. I. lCO. I, John?
Q. Harman, Master in Chancery for w d court, will, (
on the llth day ofeptembcr, A, D. 1S9, at 3 o'clock.
In tno'aft&rnoon o( said dy(
will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for
cash, at tho door of thecoujt houso in the city of Cait
ro, In said oounty, tho followW described real e.Uto,
situste in the county of Aleuuider and SUta of Illin
ois, to wit i LoUfciinberedseroatTlandelghUt). In
block numbered an ly.ulno ()), in U eliy ot Lairo.
so known and daa'.,Tiated on the mip or plat of said
city, (sale lo beinado subject to the equity of i ademp
tion allowed by law), together with all and singular the
tenement and tiered Itamsutf there unto belonging.
JOHN Q. 1IAUUAN, Master in Rhanoetrr
Cairo, III., Aug. Ih, A. 1. 1SW. wtt
pOR EASTFOBT AND WATERLOO
r rSHtX AR THCRAT
Tho Ilhl clriOaM fewnor AbVstA,
rrk. will lenro fur thn nlmm inri ii innmuiiiv
Jiphfcon.?H? "O&r EWnnlle with' lrW
nowllw stlhe wharf t ClrO, III.
Ctro, III,, Aof. 19, 1W. vfor UDdrwrltri.
THE. BEST and SUREST
3F TXZI1 AGrXJ J
f n rim ",
EN QER'S,,CHI C tV?&
CoattUMa no 4nlitlae or Anrnle,
Is Mot.l'aplcMiiat tm the Tir t
Cblldrin will iitke It Mllliont lict.lt -Hon.
n at a w o i t j u
THE I'UBLIC AND
MASY EMIWKYT I'll V.NICIA.VN
After a foil trial, prouaunoo it tho lxt of all mli
cinfyi't known for tho ptcdy and ccrtimiure of
Cliiu anil KdYcr r eaud from a certain polion
pxiitlnc In the atmmhra knonn as malaria. It r
ducM I lie Tiulity of ttiabioud. retardathe action of
th different orran". and cautf Illllloutnrii, Conitl
nation, etc. and In thU way prerc the aynU-m for
nny illp'f-a.o of a more (;loi: nature which may fo.
low. Tn avoid further trouble, and rtllore yourself
of thi dlac, take
It tlMuIatt thsrorjranattoporforrathelrdlrTrrent
function,, and acta m an antidote to tho olon which
canien tho Kerer and Ajuc, and thereby rentorei tho
y item lo hftlth and tonoi and a) ood tonic luch hi
K.N U Klt'S STOMACH BITrERS,
Rlro trntli, aintanpotito,. will dc. troy that
ine of wearlnvos ttiat cutict so t niclouly to any
one when recovering from thu iliscnue. U U (Uglily
recommended for the euro of l) j)fpb,
And for coiuli, cold, bronchitis 'und ciiiuumptiont
It Is not tol mrpaxu'd. AH A TONIC REVKKAGC
Itlt uqualled, and Is a sure prnventhe asalnnt
Chills and Keer if taken regularly
! k rr
. Vf. iL LI i
r. H. KNBBBM,
FAR SALE. CIIKAP-yew Oitta and, three
lou.corucr Locust und Sixteenth slrvcts..
marUltf 011KKN (liLHBHTi Xir,
iB J1.K. tiupurlor wraj
ipiug iaper at Iho
a.'a r r dtf
1 T week, can bo aacomwiotat
corner or.' Seventh street RJki' WaskHiasea avenue
Terms: iliuo per week board XtTse.jser week
board and lodalng. Wauls lm
I70 SAAK--' Two hundred head of beefer,
; a )eiira.'old'iimi upwanl', at l'renlico.'Ballyur
. iin wno ooiiuHioa tor w;i mm j '
irt", addreM ,J. T SEllltY, llessUa, Holt
(Is. ! ' f.' l j aulllm
vnr county, st
irANTslI-AlexBdrOMy 0iHi at BO.ct.
YY and City ticrfp'&tSficeuUrm the ifeJUr, for all
kinds of Lumber end Builders' Materials..
tIVeT ACTIUN BRACK A superior' upen
I derforskiinor iui an untquulled brace for
thoahouldcnti a,way a supcnder u braco, ot; not'
"TCAPEMY OF THE SI8TERS OP
TaU Iiiatttullon was rounded lu, 1SS3,
and Ctasvrtered by tl-.e Nlrato or
Ullstols) 1st 1H03.
Hoard and Tuition, Including bed and boddlng,
washing and utationery, nor term of five
months ;...SI07 00
MuaIo, danolngi painting and tho languages, extra.
ror runner miurmaiiou "PP'J U1" ....
sWMw shI artssnrsss.
Etsays for Young Men on the interesting relation
of Hridegroom to Bride, in the Itutltotlon orMarrtae
a guide to matrimonial fdldtyi and Irno big plaeaa,
Bent by mail in sealed letler envelopea fnv of jhsrta,
Adde,H0H'AJt AtIaXON,boi P, PhU4l-
Are VH u Nlgvc t t
fhhihit 0rTZ$l! J o quit the BI
tbrbsbltr Of courm' yon i Then eet nurtonU
,IoWco Antidote, md ou tIII not, oniy'K ctt?M I 'Of
-Bn to 11M .xpjrlMce'of huSdrVdV. M.ny m ffiro
f.-.if?nlrj,i11, J'i?!'' t dUUBCB, oeod ,Sfty
Thli aow'and VallaUa artiJj. i. r.'jrLLLt
thoto who axe gray ; and those who, having: lo't tfi'slt
bio Hair Ile.toratlfe. If yon liave not tiacd It io at
".f1 boMle' :nrcUy' If the pliee, a iheir
''"'Mrarheadgoartera for trie article "7a
feouihe rn lllinoU, Kentudiy and Ml.6url.
Thedcmand for thin article ha to lncrcaed aj lo
neeetiltatoUie purchiic.pf.anolhtrlarire aupply. We
have the true article a made by the noted manufactu
rer, Marceronand Ilremon. For cither kind bo to
Fr Nalc-Fly Killer.
Co to Ilirclay' nod t ct a heet of Hutchcr'a Light
?'.?. ny ,'PJr,hPKeh'ln' wtlcle pOnb shict will
kllla quart of Klifji.
If you want tlie pure nrtlflt', from the orlalnal pock
asei, received direct from Hitnny mope riuejarda, Leu
Anxeloi county, Culifornli, ro to llarclava'. They
have It. AncflleaPnrt
NHratogn und liltio I.kk Water.
A clear and lirclrfti when drank at theSprlnai
Thevlrtueoftlieiiru)('rahnvoN'en and are bolni
testeii tothesrcAt benrtttand aatlifaction of many of
our cllltcn. Ai dealt out at (he counter of Barclay
llrother , they arn alwayi cool and refrethlns. Bara
toira, fifteen tickcU for ono dollar j aaira ticket for
fifty centi. nine Lick twenty k1m for one dollar.
Palnta, oil, and rc!r of all kinds cheap for cua
at ltarcbyf .'
The Flower of Flower. ThU new ami popular and
delightful handkerrhiefexlract, Inanufacturi-d b the
eclebrntod Itammrl, of 1'arl. Is to be had at tho Drug
tortj on the Levee. In tho perfumery lino It U the
'Ine qua non" amons the Upper.tim.dom. To be re
cognised as a person of "elegant tasto" you mint t:
CHLORIDE LIME. CAKnoMC ACID, CHLORIDE
Or boda, PULVKItiZKU COI'I'EIt, for ale cheap at
Bar-lavs'. Otanse your premle. Ifyou want good
health you must breathe pnra air.
The purest and best articles of extracts of Lemoa
and Vanilla, for tlavorinir Ice cream. Irlllen. nuildlnia
,eto. ,To bo had at Ilarclay'.
Fare Cream of Tartar.
The test F.ngll.h 8ola, Jamaica Oinjrer. clean and
'Xffll.h Ho.1. ji
fresh, Iiire AlUinae, JUwofc lViner. .NuinifL-. Cinns
men mrn. eic at u relay liotiier.
Of extra quality. Now ( the timo to use a pure rt
cle. rocala andn'uranlced by lUrclay llrother.
Florida Water llay Ruin and Co)ot.i for the toll
etand the bath. Contult yoiirccmfort dnrinr this hot
weather and ue tlii-refreshing artlclrs, Attn
Dnig stare 'on the Levee ynu ran set what you want la
thlsTine. , .
Fleatliis; Noap. K
Just the soap for bathing. It does not (Ink. No
danger of losing It at it floats on the surfaco of tn
Riln' tooth powders and tmnles.
French and Ea
toeth rowiler ot
glish preparations for the teeth, and
iiperiorniiaiiivoi oiiroMii niax
Call and take your
choice at narclays .
Tooth briisho. shoe bruhs, P4intbruhc, and
bnnhes of all kinds, at Hart-lays.'
At Barclay ' you can
gel the I'lVOT
ILLIAM V. TIfOBNfON,
Wholesale snd ltet.nl Di-akr In
Xs XM. XXX l S X'
Cedar Pasts, Door, Hash, Ullndt audi W
' Ofltce a Teutk Strcev
Btween ' Comntrrcliil ami Walilngto' Avenue,
4 CAIRO, ILLINOIS, ' . , ....
Rock Rktr Paptr Company tHhtt,tknFM'
K mm A m-i
,a) i i
H.i W.Jeha's Improved Boeaag
Asbestos CeiueiM always ou
In large or small quantities.
pURE CRYSTAL LAKE ICE.
S Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois. I preparod;io furuh
citisens or sleaiiboits with the above pure article ot
lea at the loweit market price. .Citizens will be re
gularly supplied by Iioiiph, acrommudatinx aalearuen.
Orders from abroad clicil(l., myllldSm
W iiusia ouky HAimTjt.
tj lBTUa bo you.want arenewal of the beau
Cdbidof.'li.,ilityi)iionvopride.l tm If so, go
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