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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1871.
,7l,.KN.MULKEV & WIIKKIiKK
COUXSKLOItS AT LAW,
rP.rtlonlr attention p'J 1 riser and aJ
miralty business. ,
nrrrf...nftM. T AUD 8 WlSTKtfa BLOCK.
' THlEEN & GILHKHT,
COUNSELORS AT .LAW,
Miles P. Gilbert, J
a-.rlal attention lTn to Admiralty and
orricEoniotr.TT.K, rooms " asd 8 over
CITTf NATIONAL HANK.
umns of the TYmrs describing tbo inter
fug the noted prisoner in given to tho
public. She prefers ucm.i iu impns
onmnnt or iiTc, but expects a nowtria
mid ultimate release
COAI. AND WOOD.
"woodT'woodTi" "wood 1 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
.1 Oienp, Ifiinl lirnier
Thin nv voo.l dealer in fnirn. Leave orders
en the the I'O'tolHce anl t llo.. toa
tard, on Commercial avenue, ltvc;n Tenth and
Tmlfth streets, Cairo, Illinois. I Kite good
measure nl will curd the wood M I' JV.r 'Ji
mrio-tf DF.NMS HALEY.
F. M. WAHD,
WOOD AND COAL
M. WARll i prepared to deliver thobesl
, Kire Wood and ntone Coal
l.V ANT TART OF THE CITV,
And In any quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at $1.00 i-er ton
OFFICB-Over Iteerwart, Orlh A Co.' stove,
tirodoors aliova the corner of Kighth stred and
Commercial art-nun. deceit
II I Ml IMS,
BOOKS, pamphlets, bricla, catatonias, news
pur", tax llt, and -very tarletjr or etton
sue printing contracted for, and promptly and
ptsJily isXMiitcd, In the Bulletin book, Jo I),
andneaipaper ""lading istablishmcnt.
II Y THK
TllK Baptist Standard, published
:., i'Anm. nml Hie Icadiiii! ortran of
' . tit .
that denomination tor tlio ncm
speaks in the following high terms of
Senator Dooltttlc and lus " competency
to fill any office to which the suffrage?
of his fellow citizens may call lnm.
" Kx-Sonator J. R. Doollltlo Inn been
nominated by tlio Democratic party in
Wisconsin na weir cnnuiuiuo iu b".v.
nor. As tho SlAmlitrd i; neither uio vtk.
nor tho representative of nny pom -
pHrtv, t is open to us to fx " " p"
reearu lor .Miugo uitp i .
and our boliof that whatever uny muj
think of tin views or ins coiireu ui.ui.
public questions, he Is entitled to mention
o tnnfi ff ihp verv few connected wim wio
admliulitntlon of public atlaln n . s
country, whoso personal integrity is with
out a stain. It is known thai after scrv
inc twelvo years as UnitcJ States senator
ho retired from that post of service a
poorer man than when he assumed it.
Of his competency to till any olhco to
..hi.), dm aiillrflces of his fellow-citizens
may call him no ono will tnako any ques
tion. Were it our good fortune to livo in
Wiiconsln, wo should bo as well pleased
to ho " governed " by him as by any man
wo know. So much wo will say, without
intimating, at all, to what extent wo
might or might not una oursci ;,
ubtnels of L'tnoral politics, of tho same
mind with himself."
VOnOim THE XKOItOKS TO VOTK
THK JiAHIOAL TIOKKT,
axo FLoamua those who
THE HNIOX LEAOUEH8 KU-KLUX
1iu;a (JOI.OHKD CON-SKllVATI.VE.
Friday Mor.Kisto, Sept. 8, 16" i.
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u. wcet, by carrier 25
vatymby carrier, In adraiit-e 10 W
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Tin vlTnial v Altialtr rvknty ami oflht eity 0
Owu ; the only iAornutg daily in Svatfttrti lliito t i
a vtlt-amlx jiitni ; will, bat fearliut mil
1tn Ort (ill mhfrett i't xnftrtut to thf u,ic ;
laU a IrtTf 'vl 'irritation, ih Hulle
ttliaUtktpa'ivtiijr; i i".iucnt icaderi il
THE 1)0LLAII WEEKLY I1ULLKTIN.
John 11. Owily A Co. natu rciluccd the tub
cnpUkU pn- o( Weekly Cairo liullctl t
0 Air jifr m iw, making it Ihe choapel jiv
rtrputliiliH miou'.hirn llhnoii.
Eiiecno JaccarJ,;tho lately deceased
jourclcr of St. Louis, was worth a million
Sonator Schurz is in 1'cnnlylvania
with hli family. He speaks at Nashvillo
on tho 20th.
Carl Marx, the leader of the Inter
nationals, died .in London, on tho 6th
U.nlikk most German professors, Dr.
Dolllnger neithor smokes nor drinks lager,
but indulges in a private library of 30,000
Thoy say at San Francisco, "tho xfo
men are bound to vote, and that's what's
tho matter with Hanna." Hanna Is the
city clerk who don't bollovo in woman
It Is understood, says the Xiew-iork
Evening Pot, that Mis. Thcodoro Mundt
(Miss Muhlbach), tho worst novelist in
Europe, and Jlerthold Auerbach, tho best,
have agreed to make n lecturing tour
through tho United Stales together.
Tho Milwaukee OuitU says: "Tho
"West Side may boait of tho youngest and
prettiest lump lighterin the world. Who
ever heard of a Utile 10-ycar old girl
lighting fifty-ono gas lamps every night?
She makes her rounds promptly In all
kinds of weather, running up tho ladder
liko n squirrel, whilo an elderly mother
watches over her safctv below."
1'or Pretidait, 1672,
JAMES K. D00L1TTLE,
Sulject it tht decision of the national dem
ITlic JvV York World on Henator Poollltlc
"Jlis record it to consistent and untar
nitUd that it tnay be lihened to a straight
lm drawn across a puzzle a char beam,
tnnetrced by the fluctuating atmosphere
of American politic, through the past
IFrwaa tclj S.iilir W,, ,U( al jk
Irvit, in ;,(i.J
do J (lit, j,.!,. of Uiluu .fitr Ihoy'ha,! r "
h-IW.pum.iKgmBauJ l,.,i !,.,. ,,uf a"n"y
, i.i iUal.r. 1W, auction
arlntfi ...mw! -w,,,, .., u. ,0'ni. w t
I.t.utn aoi tliii,4c x I.UMifnv ihrrcwer.
toio. wen ihc,,, hu .hooti 1 : I'liitl- Ihulr
H0.rtj . m.L. thtin ,U...." The, " " ,o
' . " "ll III" Illl,l!
-,,o ' -.nior.. ifi ii.
limnc iiipiii fi.,,.
l om"" . " 11 J.' '"' l"er anil clni) ..!
ail ill ik.' I'"uf ','"lu'-''1"1"'"-. ami ihu
all lo ih r.HrandiflorY of Uio natimi.-
Tlir. sathfactorv termilintinn n(' tin.
iSufreulargercawi! to k made the oc
ea.ion of a utuuer to U. T. Colburn by
miuo celulrifuM f the New-York
A.vi) Hill they tome. The Trenton
( J emi.) . .Yuri tavB: " Emkiison
MiiEimm: i3 t0und on the new
departmre-or, as he hayn, it
l uot a , departure, hut a
continuation of those Krfcat principles
"ought to life -iu Iblil, ami that we
tVfepjKjace with the times, llet-ay
MiDMoiiT croquet parties are the
latest fushionublo amusements in England
It is staled that two-thirds of tho wo
men in lur.atic nsvlums aro wives of farm
Tho life insurance companies in Iier
lin, Prussia, aro inettring lives against the
At San Francisco they huvo caught a
fish called Anarrhlchiis I)ent-!culatus.
Hu ought to bo appointed collector of the
port Uoiton l'oit.
Tin: young men ottho watering places
huvedUcurded whilu vests. ( Tho young
ladles use so much oil on their hair that
a vest is only good for ono evening on tho
pi.izza. ' T
The Lexington Ky. Gazette learns
that tho Odd Follows' Widows' Homo and
Orphans' unlvorslty, n-noblo-ndphilRn-thropic
enterprise; nowclacks only about
520.00'0 of nmktne up tho grand total of
thy endowment fund, VioO.OOO.
Widows aro a privileged class in
Kentucky, being allowed to vote for
school trustee3, and certain other elections)
for school purposes. Thoy aro the only
females allowed to vole iu tint State. Any
lady nmbiliiMis to voto has only to get mar
ried, havu children become over six years
of age, and admiiiilcr a dosu of cold po!son
to her husband.
The police ut' l'uris hitva adopted nn
imaginary, and, as it turnsout, a very suc
cessful, plun of regaining koine of tho art
treasures and other valuables which wcro
stolen from theTightful owners during tho
reign of tho Commune, A notice was
placarded in several of tho streets to tho
ctlVct that precious stones nnd the liko
could budtaposcd of satisfactorily at a cer
tain shop in a certain street. Tho thieves
full into tho trap; went,, to the street
names; otrirod their plunderfor salo, and
were, as a consequence, deprived of it and
of tliolr liberty at ono and tho same timo.
THE RADICAL HOAX.
TUB "CONCKBHIOJ " i CIRCULAR A
hTUAlUllT KORWARU DENIAL THE
WHOLE TU ISO UESOUKCEI) AH A RAHI
. IhlllhOTON, SEI'TKMUKK 5. Tbo
turned off, leaving Wright muttering
tcrnblo imprecations on tlio offending
bead of JInmtnitt.
Wright Jenkins, a colored man,tliUB
rolatca his experience in voting tho con
fccrvativo ticket :
1 A crowd, ono evening, tried to git
mo down to do railroad bridgo ncros.s
Tar llivcr, just totako a walk, doy said.
1 'spooled something wrong, 'cause t
heard thoy had threatened inc. So I
pretends liko it wan all richt : but soon
as I gits out of the embankment gives
'em some first-class leg bail. I heard
'em holler out. 'We'll cit vou vit. vou
d d scoundrel.' At another time
dey got mc iu n crowd, nnd dey said dey
was going to whip mc. I talked until
I cot to tlio edge of tho crowd, nnd I
cased off tolerablo fast."
At Dortoh'H precinct, four miles from
hero. Itiland Sovcy, a colored man, was
handed a ticket by n whito man named
.Mooro, when a Grant whito man, who
ntood at tho box and voted 300 of his
black machine, with frowning face nnd
Btcntdrian tones, thundered out :
"Uliat do you mean? lou know
you niu't voting right I"
xuu ueyiu wueu, aiiu ui onco ' came
Mr. Dunham, Eccinc the nearoes fil
ing in to tho polls nt .Toyncr's Depot
iikc -uumu, unven cattle, under tho
propelling power of an office-holder, in
quired of them :
" hv do vou vote all toccthcr so?
The whites do not all of them think
alike. Thoy aro never so united as you
arc. Why is it ?"
With one accord they all exclaimed,
'Wo aro votin' Agin you whites."
" 1 hen, BUpposo tho whites should all
voto 'no convention,' how would you
voto ?" asked Major D.
"Wed go for convention, shouted
feo lying and coercion sway this black
human mass liko a huge hall. The office-holders
tell them the whites are
itching to rc-cnslavc them, erect ship
ping posts, nnd raiso blood houuds for
them. Thoy tell the blacks they arc
perfectly justifiable to taking the
strongest measures to make their own
color "vote right."
X ho abovo arc only a low ot tho
thousands of instances in which the ne
groes aro intimidated Kvcry respet-
ablo white witness can mention numer
ous cases that have come uudcr his own
lo evidence to the northern mind
tho various ways in which the black
man's prejudices arc nursed, this exam
ple is cited :
A grand Grant mogul, whose nod
will make a negro tremble, hedged in
with offices, state and federal, rioting
in a post office and a magistracy, who
unblushingly proclaims his belief to he
that tho sun sets iu General
Grant's pocket, remarked officially a
day or two since to a citizen :
"lou white men aro to ulamc lor the
negroes stealing no much more than
white men." (X. U. He excluded
Grant's white office-holders1)
"You don't pay 'cm enough to sup
port their families.
"Wo pay them as much ns we are
able, and as much as we pay white la
borers. You know a great many of us
employ white labor, and they don't
"Well, I wouldn't work for such
wages," said tho postmaster,
"Jlut," continued the citizen, "you
know in the western part of tho state
they don't pay laborers as much as we
do, and that's tho reason so many of
the negroes corno to f.ugccomb anu
other cotton counties, and the criminal
dockets there don't compare with ours.
Wecau t aflord to pay more. iewmon
make more than I percent. farming,aud
w. it. no it in?,
II. II. CANUXK
No. rub. and U. B. Cub,
Rocky Mount, N.C., (Aug. 57), Correspondent of
... nefr.roMSim 1
'Jo shdw'up'tho'.kulklixi bill in its
rue colors as a political ontrinc to bo
1 1 . i t . o
wieiucu vy me prcsiucnt lor private
purposes, lot us bco what class of citi
zens aro coerced m exercising their
rights of citizenship. That sword is
uid to be a dangerous one which cuts
both ways. A large majority of the
negroes in North Carolina aro congre
gated in tho eastern counties, whoro tho
soil is more fertile, cotton is grown, and
wages arc higher. The whites prepon
derate in tho western counties, yet Uni
ted States troops aro always bent to Ala
mance and other western comities, to
keep straight men who have always
been accustomed to the ballot, while iu
to cant tho negro neophytes need no
Does not it occur to tho most super
ficial thinker that ignorant, poor, thrift-
ess wacky, recently cniranchiscd, would
iced more protection nt tho ballot-box
than tho whites? Then why are the
troops disposed as they aro '( The con
clusion is inevitable'. The negroes arc
swayed by the office-holders, who, in
turn, Denu the pregnant Jnngos of
tho knee " to General Grant, that
" thrift may follow fawning." If in
timidation at tho ballot-box prevails
anywhere in North Carolina, aud the
protecting presenco ot soldiers is re
quired, then- eastern or negro Carolina
is the place ; for if a negro should dare
to vote tho conservative ticket in the
negro counties, he would do bo at the
peril of his life,' Many instances ol
scourging are known. Two only
will be mentioned, as they found pub
licity tnrougn tuc courto, nnd the trials
wero held in the presence of tho writer.
Unc occurred near ctantousburg, in
Williamson county. A negro, with a
argc lamtly, whom his individual ex.
ertions were inadequate to support, and
who, generously assisted by his em
ployer, had the temerity, notwithstand
ing the threats made against him by his
coiorca urctnrcn, instigated by the
white office .seekers, to vote with his
employer, a Sir. Barnes. The next
night ho was visited by twenty-five stal
wart blacks, grotesquely painted and
bearing each n bundle ot rods,
After terrifying the victim's family,
cursing, abusing, and threatening to
kill them, they stripped him of his
shirt aud drawers, and then dragged
him to the woods. Hero they tied hiin,
nnd then proceeded to administer the
moat unmerciful castigation on his bare
The duty of flogging waa too oner
ous lor one man, bo one would whip
until ho was tired, and then a fresh
raau would tako tho place of tho ex
hausted one, and so on until all had
played a proportionate part. More
dead than alive, this almost inanimate
mass of human goro finally gasped n
promise that no would heucetorth vote
with them, and then these renominating
Near I3attleboro, iu Edgecomb coun
ty, a colored man was Burroundcd iu his
corn-field by a select committee of
union JeacucrH. Without stating the
whys and whercforca. he was rudely torn
from his work, and carried under ar
rest to Uatllcboro. Ho besought his
captors to allow him to dec his faiuilv
and telt them where he was going, so as the large majority don t mako any
to save them all anxiety., llo was told I thing, at least we havn't since the war,
to "ihut up his d mouth or he'd owing to tho fluctuations in the cotton
L'etlt busted." 11c was hauled un be- market, we always pay as luuen as
r? . A . I , , .... " - - , . i t. ...
ioro tho nohticnl luouisitiou unit ho wcurcuoic. v nou via ouiamcu a oei
was at length intimidated into a.proin- tcr price for ourBtaple wo paid our hands
iu to siinnort tho Urant ticket, and re- more, uut tnai nmuc no uuiercncc in
leased. the amount of stealing,
These instances are now matters of "Uiuph 1" was all tho P.M. could
rccordj nud can be kccii iu tho clerk';! ojaculuto, and tho citizen seeing bis dis-
offices of xium and Yt nson counties, comfituro ptill plied him.
and also in Edgecomb county, whero " An office-holder liko you, whoso
the parties were tried. word is ' law nud gospel ' to tlicc no-
Just before tho Into election, a color- groes, should uot countenance crine by
i ii . . . , , a- i
eu man, uarry !,, approacuca cx-ucp- sucn mngnngo. ion uecomo u yr
utv bliiriftJJrvaii. of .Nash countv. and turns cnmtniit. lou know that wo
tho following tcfilloquy biu'iie'd : can't raiso hogs nor tiny thing clee with
Ilarrv. limes isgettirt verv niuallv. out losing a goud part by roguery
Mars Henry. Thcv steal our cotton in the fields, our
Sheriff 11. Whv. how. Ilarrv.? cabbages in tho garden, peas in tho
Ilarrv. Dey talks mightv curious to patch, etc. Didn't Judge Moore tell
a fellow 'bout dis election. tboni from tho bench ut Martin Court
Sheriff H. What do you mean by I he believed thoy porpetratod criiuo in
talking tuiitius 7' I eunriosc vou !rlro ordor to got into jail to keep from work-
going with us, as you have been doing, I ing in the hot hitu and to get fed?
Harry? , - I When one comes out of jail he is lion-
Harry r roin the way doso colored izeu by lus lellows as bearing tho re
folks talk' it would ho dangerous to Ueoted lustre of a martyr to tbo whito
vote for do convention, i; always have I man lnjusttco all your teaching-
voted 'with you, an' I've had a heap of and received iu tho highest colored cir
hard things threatened agin me. One I oles. There are thirty in Tarboro jail
Sunday dey mobbed me at da rails now. and only ouc white man, aud he a
Church, an' I 'spected to be beat to stranger, at u cost on tbo tax-paycro of
death verv miniiln (1 nt awnv lrom'l lortv cents nor head everv dav. Ihev
dein dnt timo. Lut now dey saya if I steal our property, and we aro punished
insists oil voting agin my dolor, l do- more man tney arc tor it.
i l i - . TV ...i.i . :..
iey nays 11151113 is
HULL, CAKGO, LIVF. STOCK,
I3ST S XT OB 2k C E I
' i,U,UH 87
SOUTH AMERICA, rA.,
Avti..- - 1,II3,WjO 00
A- t.Ml.ttO Tt
A"s . 1,711,141 ie
INTERNATIONAL, V. T.,
Ael. 1,JM,J91 17
Aels... . 700,017 Of.
AMtls S1J.C7J SS
As.sts JtS.m 13
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Aaieta .. ....800,000 09
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL MF,
Assets JO.OO.OOO 00
TRAVELER'S, rjARTFORD, LIFE AKD
Auets. .. ...1,500,00)1
RAILWAY rASSENOIRfl' ASSURANCE
LIFE ASSOCIATION OE AMERICA.
T" MOST SuccEssruL -LlK
ljUBAiii;r. vviii'uiiaiiun Or THE HAHK AOE 1
3?TJ-UHXiY :M!UTTJ-.A.Xi ;
STOCKHOLDEKS TO AH SO Jill PltOFITS.
Amount or Policies in Force Dec 31 1870
Total Income to .Same Datk, i
Net Increase or ltisics in Force, 1870, -
- 8.974.788 BO
. 20.000.040 00
Tba UrtjMl Net )Tnrui darlnr shr vMr ih?n .r ... n. .
. .r j v.v., .u.v, .... ju.3V7.730 of.
Only two Companlt. In the world escel thfa ctom Incfsaie iutlnBTlifo.,
up,2,J,?.,,!WTi!feh.0rnU, thttrd right, the Drlnclide of 1JCAL INVIEK
MKNTs in EACII tfrATK. Id BroDorl on to la Ptemhnni ?nt n..in., t..J '"VKh
Tk A nni trVsMrtsin w iS fl ki.i f 1 nil urn.- . .........
savviki wiimiiu J r siniAiiuna.
a-332sTEK,A.Xi OFFICE, ST. liOTJIS, MO.
JAMKS II. llUITTON, Resident.
aj .1 11 . .w : -'
"-"''i John a. i RiTciiAKD, Treasurer.
Hon. w m. iiaunxs, Consulting Counsel and Actuary;
ILLINOIS DF.I'A IITMK.VT
CAIRO BEANCH BOAED.
The lolloninx named fentlcmeD hold or contral l!0.(i m.iuniice cach,lo th- Life AttociatK
, of AmerKn. .
P. W. Hasclay,
II. W. Wkuh,
H. II. Candkr.
J. M. l'llII.Ltl-8,
It. H. HltlQHAM,
Paul Q. Sciiuh.
W m. Morris,
T. J. Krrtii,
W. 8. Ecsov.
LMrsa ostr Kalra and I'laaa before yu laear lss aar otliar (laauar.
uarl Jj. Thomas, w. B. Kcrki
AsU 300,000 0
Assets ..630,SC3 6
SAFFORD, MORRIS &, CANDEE,
71 Ossla Lavee,
City National Bank. CAIRO. ILL.
DOOKH, HANII, KTCl
FIRE AND MARINE
I HST S TT .A. 3iT O El
NIAOARA, N. T.,
AatHtl m 430,11 6 V
OERMANIA, N. Yn
AnseU ..l,OM,721 71
11ANOVKK, N. T.,
Anel - - 7,8a 00
RErUllLIC, N. Y.,
At!elp ....714,'15 00
Coniirii"lnK the UnJerwrltera' Aencj.
YONKERH, n. y.,
Aaiota ...87l,4 18
Angela - ..4S3,193 21
firemen's fund, b. yn
Asicti 878,000 00
BF.CUIUTY, N. Y. MARIN K,
Aaut.. 1.43,9 CO
nTORV:. Dvrellinffa. Kurcltare. HaU and Car-
O Koes, in.ure'l at rate aa faTorable n aound. I
permanent aeouritjr vlii warrant.
I reariecttulljr aak ot the cltitena of Cairo,
share ol their ratronaf e. .
v. n. nivnia
Ornca-at Firat NaUoaal a
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ot erarr' iciciipUori,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, 8A8II, BLINDS.
Furnlahad on ahorteat notice.
Commercial-av, hot. 10th and llth-sts.,
TV F Al A YNARTh PRO
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
By tuying your
W. W. THORNTON,
HLINDS, WINDOW OI.ASS,
X.A.TH .JLISTD LTJMBEE
Office on Tenth St.,
Batwaaia roansuerclal and Waablssslou
A OE.NTS lir Krtclc lUyer Paper Company'
11. yy. jonu 1 imirorei itoonns aivrnyi
and. 1 .
"isrea not whether ca ed a Ih.
. oaisiw, v S'VIIIUliJUl y " av.. a Ml.l a, -IMU
but there is fJllt,ut, h tf , Natioimll)emocrtic Executive Rosidcnt
and that i, il. . fe, ' cannot etand, comn,tttM to dfty hold u meeting here, at
u uut 13 the nuuie of Had ca ." Wch tho lollowing statement wis author-
committeo havo had tliolr
LaVln, !:"". c""-pondena
. nxt. Lmi
gives wnat he
. , . .
UIJIirL'lllUlL'fMl (1, . 1.
' ' 1 ' " I'tr tato. At
wunu,y H.nut-e ehu w un imV,,,,...
ra Tuir, and
tetm an i-mi ,.!..
ized . Thl:
a.l t a.r.l t .1
i , . ,rrv" 1(UU .anpnyuious , pum
plilet entitled Concgsl6n; or How tho
LostUuio may U HoKlned and tlio
Indenendenco of the tjouth Secured,"
now being circulated over tlio States, us
iiioU(,'ii omanutlng from H Democratic
auuri'U. 1110 Committeo feel iii,H,nrll
pretty, graceful, intcUigimt and Mto dc,,olnc tho lama as a
i,i.iii..n.il ,i,,,., .... . ' ... . .. VllAUD,
r vv- v, .unll(, about r"'1 1" sentiments therein expressed us
'conversation the calmness
'gray oyos-bowmodightcd with a Mtc Ym tb,t riS,l
y Klow that ,pedn strong m,g. infct o pooi),u
"VllC lifiWf.r. In fiuf I.,.. !..,. . '.v. "IH f.i.nln.1 t. ....I..
v. ihvv "i un I imifcv WHICH L'tl I ,.r,.-.. V'.J
un 01 tne uovoriimoiii. .rr ,
rtittirn l W,,V.'1 bring about
... " "J ""U COIlltltntlnnul
A Kill Mil
r.iirlv will,:! . , I5in
' nearcely abovu cir.nir...i,1..... :.. i.. lion of tlie L.ov0r n. ,:..!" -? . "'lmlnlstrn
f-i.,1 I.Im.V... ii . , ' '
cheek, her ce deepened and glowed
'with a Btrungo fahcinnUon, aud her
' smile seemed nn emanation, a centic
'of magnetic forcen. lu tbc two col-
(signed; SAM'L. L. ItANOAi.i.
UllUlrmiin cl tha I'.r. ,..
Jtandall, Sloan, Hwann, KMrMg 3
wiVi V oro Pur,??y , present, nnd
..,u,u.n, joung, jierricK una
serve to be hung.
dark and paths is crooked.
hheritl l. They aro just trying to
r-care you into voting as thoy want you
Harry. Doy Bays. if 1 go for do
convention times will go hard with mo,
Sheriff HI Who Bays bo V
l tarry. .All ot ucm tells mo so.
Dey Bay orders como from'ltaloigh to
dat ettoct, au It Xgocslordo cquvcii-
tidn I'll bo hurt, dat's all.
.Mr. bimon uay, a member ol tho
Vantist Church iu good Btandiug. had a
conversation with Alfred right, a col
orcd blacksmith at this place, with rc
lation to Robert llammitt, another col
orcd man, who voted "convention."
right. De d scoundrel ought to
.. .1 r. . 1
pv urovu out 01 luwii.
Gay. What for?
right' Why, lor votin He con'
Gay. Ain't this a freo country?
11TJ. . V 1 ..... ... .
ungui. 11011 soe wliethor it's u
free country. Not ono colored man
should trado at his uhop,
Gay. Supposw couBervativos should
teed you out ot that hpooii, you would
Do thu northern people understand
this ? Do thoy know it is all to keep
certain .men iu office ?
Can tho Sim uot teach northern men
who Bupport the office-holders that, iu
oaso of a "bloody war of races" iu the
south, they in part arc " nursing tho
pinion that impels the Btccl?" Would
not iur. ureeley or ilr. Urocsbeok re
move theso wicked office-holders and
Waslilugtoii-av., Xcari'oluui Hotiaa
Moaari. Elohholl Ilrutheradailra to inform tha
citizens ofdlro that they are; manufacturing all
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And hum uow 011 hand anil for sale, at
Wholtwale and Ufloll,
II kindi, aud will contiuua lo keep at Ihelr
BALES ROOMS, IN TIIK1K NEW BUILDINO,
WINKM ANB I.IUUUIU.
WM. H. SCHUTTER,
Itiiporler nud Wholesale Dealer In
Mr. Gay became
H. H. HAURELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FLMtNlSHlNO COOU3
185 & 187 Commorciftl Avenue
Agent for Iho best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported AIph of Different Kind.
75 6h'io! Levee, '
F. M. STOCKFLET1I,
a foulk a atocartxTH
I'arelsn and Dotiteatlc
4 JL l
liquoks, wtNES, etc;
Oiiao, 1 LI.INOI3.
Brnry dlacripllon of cheap and coatly lurslmre,
WMarhle Topped Bureaui,
9-V.irlrobo, Sofa Chalra,
.Hofa all J Uatraiaea,
S-Lounjjra, oto , etc.,
Which they will guarantee to aoll
TWENTY PKR CENT. LOWER
Than the can lo Ijought from any other dealer In
the city, tlite them a call and allsry'your.
TJE keeps on' hand constantly a fJlj,t,t ?f
Xloid Kentucky iUowaon. Ityo and MoninM
hel Whlakloa. French brandies, llollaud Ula,,
Khme and California Wlnea. juwuw..
0, WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AvrJSiNTB
7-1 (second floor) ohio levee,
Buy and Sjclx ,Rkal Ehtatb,,
PAY TAXES, n
PURNtSU ABSTRACTfl Of TITIjK
as. I prpre CoanTn;ts of Kinds.
THE BEST TONIC. IN USI
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10 11 NAi.q;nT
uztce ci 3. SOBBCIS,
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I iniMiin a IB " -
A Pnlnr nnrl nrftflSinff that (
a a. vuiwi " ry"o L
a. I a 1. n luitai ( aaO
Tinr. Illl Til lAlll iimr in inuiiu.
IUVVIhuiv..j ' j ,
1 r. rrrftnnarivA rmmnrct mm
In ifa nrlmnil irviTftt' .nnd'lll.
riT7 fiiiTi-rii vinir iirvr jubaujuiih
"rrv o 7
i 1 i.a, I
of BOft,.flno hair. u c , -k
a a v rvaaa-aaaa'a m aa a
)IJ VJIUi'.l JJIlii Yi. '
1410 BOUTU 7TH-ST.,
st. i.oiiIk' Miriaori
Tlir t7 A TTTWnVB'lJV.irm
Are the chamoion bwm
and.Ajwe. BMaKOM "'
mi I'm w imu tim rui amriaru aa w inn tmavss iii
the lever a second time, when theie dro
obtained. Trice tier bottle, (l.U.
Ilattinger'i Feter Lropr-
. ......aMvaatirs -"I T TJ 1 YJfTI
nnllhsip nlnijitsl nnr UT OlDCT iui
Price ner liox MCnu, a w iu
veRe.o.e ..,et(. ...f . u ,
Trt DlTTINnKR'N 1J1AJWV
' I. hi II lllKKN'ratLllIUIIiMtl
Are a Dleaaant. nuiek and sfe rined
S I rl 11 III SiiallUUCB (SSU'l iavaan"j
I'rica'jM, xm.ftm. J.
unger'a Diarrhoea and DyseafcrTr"
DR. RATTING1WS TONIO A
o CtAiftptffiSi'I .1
aa a Ionic In cues of general debilitl
per packaie, a centa Xak lot BatUngsi!
r For eale by all flrat-class drual
in rneuicineiu -ulii htmi
1 lA'lDOOKCTRnBB UWlt'
,y- my ar
I in. th&.Kal
Tentintf offaprlnib 1
rbJa la an hteii
twenty.four pagee, Wlirr nnmeroua a
and contalna iraluablA iptoioiatlon for
are married brMemJiUta imfcrrlagot I
book that ouabS l na wtot lotand ,.
lamcartleaafifououtHia Jnpuae, , . J . k.
Bent to any unojirea Qi,poiaav.iur
......... TW lliitl. nlanni.uv. 'KP'
Before applying' to'thd noloridiut AJ
adierllio In tne puhMa papera oinajrw
mm.illM. Doraaai'Div Hulta anirk.iS
what yonr disease is or boat daatoBsUr),
Dr. Bulla c an ba 00 Baalted.: par ion
mail; on'tha dlaaa-saai6aad U; 1J
oraca.K. lin. Wfhth straatj ml
vnsiiuni flt louis, mo,