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KcimIIn Mnllrr un Hvrry Vngn.
JOHN H. OBEKLV, Editor.
At U'iico, Toxo, on lliulil,nt Hie lair
Ifrouiiili", n man iiaineil It. A. l- ortl roili
lxty tulles on lint-felnirk In 2li. (Km,
l-'ifty mlli' wwv rtxl.j in 2h. 19m'.. mitl
tin- l:ut mile In 2in. "f. Tlil I conMil
rml tlit- fiipt lime on ri'conl.
H Ml till A. H VOCKI1 IX vov it r
On Hie 23il hit.. In Salt Lake, City.
Hrijjliani Yoiinjr. was nrralgnwl by.linljjt
More man to tiov caiic wliy lie slionlil
not be piuiMied for conk-nint of court In
not paying $0.t00, n nllmoiiy to Ann
Kliza Yoiinjr, n orilernl ly Jwl'jo Mc
Sharkey, the Sew Ynik iiinnlcn-r who
cx-apt-d from lliu Toombs tliroiitfli llienlil
of a Icmalo decompile.', wlioni lie aflt-r-v:inl
Hi-ally beat to tliiitli In Cuba, Iia
inailc lil escape from Hie ever (allbl'iil
l-lo. ami l now tl.iiiftiir on tin; nl.'itl lilno
water of tlio ea, to Ireland or Hie (Mil-iu-50
tons. Ill; IrlentU tu Now Yoik
aUletl lilm in bis eventful ec:ipe.
'i'lio siirvlxi of tlio eh.ii'jfu. of llie
light 'jrljjrailc, at Itatiiklava, a.omlile(l
In L niloii. yeteitlay. tlio anniversary ol
the heroic, though tiM-les. uliarjrc Into
thu "jaws of death.'1 Most of these
Kiij;llsli.lieroes archoaiy-hcnded old nien,
enas-'d in various pursuit, mid will
meet to tell the lory ol a i-liaruu that bin
been Immortalized by'lV-nuy-ou.
OUMU lll'IM Y.
.loliu .loyee, u revenue sijrent. w. re-,...ti.-
t,r...... ii... i 'iifiui ui.ihw
. . , .... , .. , .,
Court nt .leAerraii City, lor trawl on the
tin... i i. .
revenue, iiiujnry nrnnjjiii in a veinna
of guilty. The frauds lor which bo wild
convicted wt-ro peipetialed In the St.
loeepli district; and some of tlio uvldenco
in the case was considered very curious'.
He tntuW charged with olVi-ii'e in the
St. Louis district. The peualtlex wo line
NO YKI.I.OW Fi:vr.K IS MKMl'HIS.
The l'ittsbur Leader, In speaking ol
the death of a rittsbnrger In Memphis,
Tcun., said thai It was caused by yellow
over. Tlio Lender alluded to the death
of Mrs. Dr. MeMcal, and in connection
with tlio erroneous report of death by
jvllowfover, said (bat oilier members of
tbo family were down with tho fatal dis
ease. Frank Itieo, health ollleer. miv
t'.e Leader's ropoi I I crm.-Iy Incorrcel,
and that it demand an olllcial denial. The
lady alluded to died from natural causes.
Doctor Itlco ny: "We have not had
even tho remotest rcciuhlauco to yellow
fever lor two year, and our mortuary rec
ords, as- reported by tbo New York .S'mit.
tnrian, exhibit a healthier ratio than
Pittsburg, and compare favorably with
llie lii'.U cities of llic Ciiiuii."
a i-o ii'i. tu xf.WHrxn.ii.
Tm VloksOiirg IfentM, allliough
jirlulcd in a .secliou ol (he country where
tlio grow llj ol literature was completely
checked lor years, Is one ol llu- most ex
(ciisltcly copied papers in Iho 1'nllcd
States. Daily (he majuiily ol our ex
changes, both city and country, publish
lu their column, some of the excessively
liuinoroiiji sketches of Iho llcrulil. We
have, for the past llirce months, carefully
watched thu migratory lllbts of these
IrreslstlDIo article, ami have IVcipicnlly
met wltli the anu luuuoroiis skclch
printed en both sld of a country ex
change on the patent outside, and on
mo Home. kic. in one instance we
counted the same comical article lu ten ol
ourcxebauxes, mostly imbllshi-d lu Illi
nois, belonging lo one mail. When the
reader thinks of lid-, and considers the
innumerable avenues through which
these articles trmel, il will easily bo uu
deritood to wbal a pitch of popularlly
tbe live little Ml-sNsippi journal uf Iho
historic city has iNc-n in the I'nltcd
States. Its popularity is not couliiR'd to
the valley in which il now prosper, but
extcuiis to every quarter ol the govern
ment, lu a number of Kugllsli journal
that loll in our way, wo ,.nv miiiio of iho
Jleraltl't funny kclchof-, credited to lhc
legitimate source. All lids .should be
very llattcring to the piopriclors of the
i'ov.M':iiri:i;i i.hs auiii.hi i:i.
Klmer Wasbbiii u, chief ol the I nltcd
.States delecllvcs, niaile a descent, with
his posse, upon a hou.se In Centiali.i, on
the morning ol Iho 2M, in search ol
counterfeiter. The parties found in (he
bouse are named Mr. and Mr. .Slatfell,
alias Stautlew, ami Mrs. Cat roll, alias
Drlggs. Two of the parly the detectives
were ufter let I the bouse about un hour be
tore tho raid, lu an open wagon, t-aru ln
with tbem a large auioimi of counterfoil
currency. Mr. Wa-hbuni procured uu
engine and started for Odin, exneeliii!:
(hat tho parlies In (bo wagon would go
there to take the train. Iteaclilug Odin,
and finding lliat the pursued had not ar
rived there, the detectives started back to
Centralla. On their way back Mr. Wash
burn saw u wagon on a road that led to thu
railroad, containing tw o men. He and his
delcctlvcs left the engine, took possession
of a passing wagon and gave chaw. As
they iicarcd tho wagon, the two men
lumped to Hie ground and lied to the tim
ber, pursued by the detectives, who
commenced firing on them. lloUi were
lturnl, one receiving a wound lu the
bead. The man Hhot is named Carroll,
who U kniwn to Imj an old offender, and
Is said to buve been tiu p!,rty dial pub
llihed and U.wi u,,. wwxU.rMii m ,h
Trader' .Nullum! iMu of Chicago, the
I'axton .National bank, Canton National
bunk of Aurora, and l'lr.t Natlutml bank
of l'eru. A scarclrof the premljc, raided
brought to light a pre., pa.r( wmU.fm
Ing iimclilue, tyH, and a complete, outm
for counterfeiting. Tho man i, c.
graved the platen from wbleb Carroll wm
printing wan one Hoynton, owj Uoyd,
Ho was arrested at Fulton Cltv, III., on
'JJiurwIay Jasf, In the act of engraving a
$20 plate. When Carroll wo captured
$2U0nr $;tX) tu counterfeit money wa
IoiiikI ntt hi? peion.
i.t'.TfKK riton AcosnKnsr.n man,
'the trials of the nssasins of the veil-
detln h-.ivc liooii Hint licit by many palbello
and exciting secure. Cralu. when ar
raigned for t rial for the murder of Spcncc.
in Cralnville. waived the h-iviccs of
a Jury, pleading guilt nnd tlirowln-r hint
sell on the mercy of the eouit. dudw
Crawford wm tin- presiding Judge, and
desired (bat llu- prisoner should receive
tho benefits. Ifnny. ofn Jury ; but when
It was declined, ho ordcied tin examina
tion ofall witnesses In Iho ea'. After
hearing (ha testimony, .ludgo Craw
font sentenced Cr.iiu to ln hanged in
January. Out six bundled peoplowcru
In the com t room when (he sentence, was
parsed upon (he prisoner, and utter silli
ness ivlgned. Craln evinced no feeling
until sent back to j.ill, when
lie .-litlrkul and moaned In
contemplation of tli! fate hi store IV, i
him. llu ua- taken bclorc tho grand
jury.aud divulged (lie names of men now
at libei ty iho;ant lilm money (o perpu
Irate tin; crimes lor which lie wa doomed
to Miller. The names of tlicu per.-ons
have not bu n made public While giv
ing bis le-tiinony lio suddenly broku out
Into wild sobs and lamentation's. All
these scene wore startling anil nllcetlng
lo tliicc ho heard (hem. Alter Ihollot
oulburM of fear and re-'ivt had iascd
away, ho sent lor .fudge Allen, with
whom he conversed In leferenco to him
self and other.-, and penned the follow lug
leller lo .ludgo Crawford, which we give
as written, except (hat tho orthography
and grauimallcal construction have been
Maiiiox. October 211, 1S75.
IriMii: CiiAwrouti: Dear Sir It U
with :i high respect to you dial I wrllo
you. I do not hold any prejudice against
you ior mo senieuce inai you put on me.
Ilnplnjr mid iiraviii!; to Uoi that
icirijIvriicM ior inv eiline--, in
. " ...
mav (to i
chauuu my heart and give mo a new heal I
that i may bo converted bclorc I die and
go Home to Heaven w lici t! lln-ro will In
no iiioro parting. If iheru is any nrelu-
dlco alleged against mo by the people.
pray io uoii mat it may no removed as
lar jix llie oaM i Irom (he west. I pray to
itoii inai our coiuiiy may ever moit uu
III neace mid harniniiv. I do be eve
with all my heart, that .ludgo Crawford
is doing his duty. .Mav (!od bear lilm
up In doing justice toward all mankind
as Ion" as lilb exists in this sinful world.
May Cod bless and save all mankind, Is
in prayer. I waul tin- pravers of evcrv
one of Ood'.s people. I pray to (toil for
a euaiigo in nenri, nun loranonie in
heaven. Maiisiiai.i. Ciivi.v.
I'. S. l'leae read this to the people In
me coin i room.
Althoii'Mi lids man has shown a waul
of (rue courage and nene, he may dlo
with uuu-ual caluiucsx. That his fate is
sealed, unless a way of escape pre
sents It-cll, no one will for a moment
doubt. No uu necessary pity or senlt.
mentality on Iho pail ol Iho people ol
Williamson will Influence the (Jovcrnor
to commute his sentence lo imprison
ment for life.
I'liilt iKioimil nr l.lfc llrlou- the Sim.ii:(. Im l
ilcniKiiinI Atwlilt-iilit IIi-oikI Mm l.ivht iil'l'.iy.
Mtirllinff A'hrnllilc In nil n.nts nrihi- tl'uild,
Allnrd timl iIipJIiiiIimiI' WnrLlns llit-m, I'nilii-
ill ifirf.H ol' Siorlcly. CmiTiis mi'l llirlr .slvn-loili-t,
I'llsoimitiil iliolr xvirls, linwn Initio
Di-jilhn ofllie SiM.Silrmiat' siorli- of Hie liclw
lliiii til" (,'iliuo. Hy'llioiiiis W Knox. !0
1HRC4, I.H llliiitriillniH. II iiii'opI, I'linn. .1
II. I'.itir 1 1 j lc. .iiMMicrs
Cflicfully looking iliroiigh lliiswork
wc llnd II a lorc-house of rare lacN lu
iclaliou to lis subjects, evidently gathered
with cou-ciciitious pains-taking, and pic
seutcd to the reader lu u captivating
style. Too little Is Uiiown by Iho public
lu general of the real charac
ter and history of Iho mjuitos
from which n great auioimi ol
Iho wealth and luxury of Hie world is dc-
lived. Am a book for the llicslde, to be
read by all classus, ll Is certainly very
valuable, lu the iiinonnl of solid and iin-
poiiaul luloruiallou It gives upon the
ehara"tiT and winking of mines- with all
attendant peiils, llie ilcli discovcricji
Wtcicneo under the surface of the earth
.-tuoprchcn-ivit "under ground"
pby-irargeogriiplic, in sborl. Hut the
greal value of the work is not comprised
in llie vivid ile.-crlpllonsofthiMe interest
ing topics ; for Hie work ranges oer the
entire globe, revealing iny-lcrioiis hislo
l ies of Hie race In their anclenl and mod
ern operations "under the Mirlace," as
well, and is replete with Incidents of peiil
and destruction to the "dwellers under
(he earth," Hie toilers closed out trom
the lighl of day for years, down in
dark caverns, "uuhoiioted and
unsung," and even unknown to most
who live In (he sunlight on llie variegated
surface of '(hi! smiling earth." Man is
a euiious nnluial in his best and mo-l
happy estate; bnlfew readers understand
what he is or may become, under Hie dis
cipline and trials of a long life under
ground. This woik p.ilnt.-s liiui m mo-t
Interesting stylo us ho really Is under
such circumstances, and all along its
pajje give us now lu.lglil lulo poor and
good ,lhuman nature." Tin- amount of
Interesting matter compressed Into Ibis
book is indeed indie astonishing mid
could hue been (bus coudi'ii"cd only by
skillful and experienced writers, indeed
only by extculvo tiavelers. Tin; author,
Col. Knov, has literally circumnavi
gated the globe, and taken many a long
Journey thousands ol miles up and down
Its Miruco between the poles, to gather
the materials for this ami other of hi,
interesting works. It Is not a matter of
Mirprlsc, then, but a legitimate result uf
hard work and appreciative observation,
that "Underground" Is so well liclghted
wltli Interesting material, and so trench
ant and llvc-mlmlcd in iUrcllcctinus upon
human nature a. il is. The lovers of the
lotuantle too will timl pleasure lu this
book, wiillo the common-place lover of
the practical, and who never sees tlio.
cheese lu the milk, and don't believe till
lie docs sec, will thank the author for his
"Milld facts." lu line, everybody will
find much to gratify III i n lu the book,
whlo nobody can declare that it is less
than very Interesting in 1U least attract
ive features. The typography of the
work Is excellent, and it is well bound, a
credit lo publishers as well as author.
Lii Carruth, who was shot by J.an
ddi on March ill, died sjund.iy morning.
Apple. arc selling. In otue pari of
l'cniuylvnula at llftoeti cent per lmlicl.
Col Win. Allen, brother ot Hon.
Thomao "Allot, president ol ,tbe 'Iron
.Mountain railroad, Is dead.
Hon. M. V, Kerr.oflndlaiu, will not
attend the cotiteinpbited railroad conven
tion to be held lu St. I.uttl'.
The clearing" or Hie Chicago banks
for Hie past week foot up a total of $21,-
170,07:1. 21, being about SUSO.OOO less than
thoe for iho corresponding week ol Iat
Colon d men are ciiioIUiik lln-lr
names with the Democrats and Conserva
tives hi .Mississippi. No one can po-1-lively
piediet the reult ol Hie coming
TheSt. I.otil.s Time say that Phi!
Sheridan reversed his usual Hindi' of pro
cedure during the banquet tendered him
in San l'raiielfco. by getting upon the
table Instead of under It.
Wiliain Allen will not sit down at
Hie bidding of (he people or Ohio, Ills
fog-hoiii will soon sound among the
rocks -ind lungles of Hie Alleghany
mountain-, in Pennsylvania.
Six ikT'Oim were drowned lu mid
liver at St. I.olils, Sunday. Their
names are: Perry Clover, I'.eltio Slaugh
ter. I.ouki .luckson, Stephen Levis, gallic
Smith ami u small child. All colored.
Archbishop l.yi'ch. of Toronto, re
grots that lie prohibited the late Jubilee
proces-lon in that city from carrying
inns, as otherwise, be thinks, no riotous
iulcrfcicncc would have been attempted.
Will S. llnye-,of the t'oioier-Joiu nal.
is ii river poet of no mean order:
Tin! nt'l Nli-k t.itigm in liiu?rd tin- li.itik
tin Clnciiin;iti'A slum-;
She iistsl in nin n Now (lili-.m,
Hut won't rim tiny iii'iu
lione to nutt tli- I'iiIIhI M;ilrj Mur-li.il.
McDonald tt Co., of Woostor, Ohio,
inanulacturers of agricultural imple
ments, have made and assignment. Their
liabilities arc stated to be S.'.OO.OOO. Their
lailure throws two hundred men out ot
Tlio funeral ob-cquics of General
(Icorge IJ. Pickett look place on Ilie2:ld
lust., at Kiolunoinl, Ya. The remains
were conveyed to Hollywood Cemetery.
Not less than 10,000 people witnessed the
procession, and there were about o.OOO hi
A North Carolina correspondent
"Tlul li-slln- rins.
'llie iil tiiij;, lU'U-caii'l lau-imiis. "
Tho printer made it bid bug, and now
Hie manager id the springs i- gunning
for the writer, when bo ouhl to go lor
the inaliclotH typo licnd.
Casliis M. Clay was registered lu :i
Memphis, Tcun., hotel recently, lit
was cu route to the political batllc-llelil
In Mississippi, to work lu the intciest ot
the pad lots and in opposition to the
Kepublican rulers and miners.
Sk-nator Uayard, ol Delaware, tell
an Augusta editor thai the people of the
South have bill a faint conception of (he
distress at Iho North; that, in hi- opin
ion, where one Southern man Is sulfeiiiig
Irom poverty, ten Northern men are sni
ffling much moie.
The following is ,-iu Indium obituary
I 'ilit Is lici i Ini t. .is thu itf-t'iriiin in lliu I'm ivcri
llicfk Hint lilnltitl inUkln.m hiiiI Imlt-lii-r siml
Wf'H cliiicU lii-t In next lonM KIiuik.i-i ,
Mill slvi- ln-r it lomlnlnne niint- lime in nit
lull. The Memphis Arahnehr (anil we be
lieve the only Aculnnclir In the Pulled
States) says : "Ohio cares for her chief
Idiots. Pilvate Dnl.ell has been sent lo
Hie legislature. New York- doesn't care
for her chief idiots. Kll Perkins Mill skir
mishes around the fice lunch tallies In
Zaeb riiaudlei', who Is catching a
general bree. -, is six feet one and Ihrec
eighlhs ol an inch in ids slocking feet,
and weighs two hundred and eight
pounds. The sanguinary Indian, denom
inated l.lllle Itad Man, will have (o play
I tu i ii p cards to avoid the spiritual cur
rents that will exu.lo from this man of
nerves and llc-h.
An Italian woman, aged eighty years,
stolen gentleman'- pocket book, contain
ing $IS0, Irom a butcher stand, in rit.
I.onls, a few days ago. The pocket book
was louud on her person, tlio .money all
Intact. She is now in prison, and excites
considerable attention as she has been
wandering about the streets of SI. Louis,
for over llfteen years, without any yl-llilc
means of support.
The Pniiuja (Miss.) Star says : "A
short time ago, .Senator Alcorn was in
terviewed In Memphis by tho AealnncAe
man, upon the political situation, during
which interview lie stated that the 'Dem
ocrats were turning Mis.sppi into a
political hell, killing ami intimidating
eoloied voters.' Now, llie next thing
we hear of Senator Icons, l( is trotting
around alter niggers: with a gun uu his
The Charleston (Mo.) ('ow-fir says:
"Col. I lean has a team of buffaloes that
win k well ami ate engaged lu hauling
wootl lo town every iiay (ol course ex
cepting Sundays). They are death on a
corn Held and have to lie kept tied up In
a stable. Although pretty .stout, they
have to hump themselves lo pull a large
load of wood, and Judging from the way
they keep their backs up they are ill-natured
The following Is thrown out as a
gratuitous libit for iuacliliils.s : A French
machinist has discovered that, by keep
ing his turning tools constantly wetted
with petroleum, he was able to cut metals
and alloys with them, although when the
tools were used without the oil, the edges
were soon turned and dulled, 'llie hard
est steel can be tinned easily if Hie tools
be thus wet wltli the inlxtureoftwo paits
of petroleum with one part of Un pen,
A genius named .Schmidt, of Cincin
nati, patented three years agon principle
for propelling vesolsby means of awheel
that i evolves In the air, Instead of In
water, and is moved by steam. A canal
boat was built and it trial trip made on
Friday hi the Miami canal. She made a
Utile over three miles per hour. With
115 pounds of .steam thu fan, or idr
w hee), made from :U0 to 100 revolutions
per minute. The banks of the canal were
not perceptibly washed, except as a Jar
of the boat dl-placcd (ho water. Alt-1
other mid larger boat will be built Ktiet i
ami pniMMi in llie r.Ne eauni to test tins
iilr-wheel. There were but few peisojifl
on board nniong whom were I.'. S,
Local Inspector Diivenny and l-'Mie.
-Tlic New Orleans TW.i publish' 0
the following f.ui : "The Pie.sldeiil.
like fnhiiMillpiu, ba.i.i frugal mind iiud
gels the money's worth out of Ids pres
ent?. He sold the Turkish carpet pre
sented tu him by Hie Sultan, to A. 'I.
Stewart. The hou'e Hie people gave
lilm he sold lo Sables lloweu, whom lie
went hack on, win-n he found he could
get more from (ieiieral Sherman. The
l'lissiaii horse presented to lilm by the
C.ar, he sold fur S00. The mare pre
sented lilm when ho was commissioned
colonel of Hie Tweiity-llrst Illinois In
fantry, he sold for SU. and ho has sold
Morton twice, once on the Inllatlou ques
tion, and nt the request of Hie Wall street
bankers, and the last time on the South
ern protcctlon-to-loynl-nieii question."
Joint II. Ohcily.
nfu:ic (llt.).lnariitil )
It Is with pi'cuti.u- satisfaction that we
announce to our readers, Hie election of
lion, .lolin 11. Ob'-rly lo Hit! high ami
honorable position of t . rami Master ot
the 1.0.0. I'. In the State ol Illinois.
The Importance ol tills position can not
he ovci estimated, and thodlslliiclluu con
ferred upon the recipient ot lids high
olllce Is us great in can he couterred In
lhl Republican country. To rule over a
mob Is the iiiiililtloii of the lowest dcma-
gogueto i nlc over a free people the ns-
pirxiiou oi an iiouesi politician nut
lo pre-ide over the crtmtdc lu cvwe--tho
intelligent -honest, select eill.ens of it
greal Stale over one hundred thou-and
men who have proved Ihon-elves worthy
of the honors of Oildfellow-hlp. Is a ills.
iincuonoi which iiroiuer uueriy, or any
other man, may well be iiroud. To
make an acceptiiblu (irauil .Master re-
unites vaiiul qu.dlllcatlons. A nice dis
crimination, good. gVmcrous heait, facile
pen. eioijlleiit lougu- ami steaily nerves,
iiriMill highly ncee-snry ; nnd ve have no
iiesii ai ion in s.ivio 10.11 iiroiuei uueriy
Is happily cniloweil with the ino-t
important ot these altiibutes. Hi
success is assured and. henceforth.
Ills lu tils pn'ter to rank wltli Hie fore-
r ,.l i v.li . . i . . .
inosi vuii-reiioH-i oi me worm, ami as
sist. by precept and example, hi advanc
lng Hie interests of this grand brother
hood. whoe excellent system of lellef
and charities, In our hunt mid country,
has liltcil trout the Mate and county
goveinnieius oue-nall ot llie exnen-i'
necessary for Iho relief df Hie poor, the
sick and Hie distressed.
We congratulate llrolher Oiierly upon
his pieferment. Maybe wear Id- new
honors witli becoming graee ami dignity
and in this new Held of usefulness display
ins oiiiiinni laienis so inai nicy may re
lied honor upon himself and 'the "noble
order lu which lie has attained such em
inence. . -.l1WPMMIIWMlMW.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and:t,0(Xacico!'
iiiiluijiioveil Lands hi Ale.Miuder coiuiiy.
"U'lnter'is flloek" and "Winter's
A large number ol desirable I'esi
ileiici", and excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for business houses and rc-ldctiees.
U'lnter'ri Illoclc- suitable for Hotel,
Olllees or Hn-liies rooms cheap.
Tencni"iits numbered 1,7, Sand P. hi
Winter's ltow, 5 rooms- each, for $10 jn-t-month.
Xo. 10 (corner). .I'J 007 rooms.
Store room hi "I'ilot Hou-e," lately
occupied ky A. Halley.
A desirable Cottage on Popular
etrcct. near Thirteenth street.
I'ppor tloor of building next to Com
nierclal (Wavcrly) hotel.
I wo. -mall Hou-es wcsl of Twenty
second street, near line, St each per
Owelllng house on Twelfth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms, for V1 per mouth.
Ilu-luess house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cros, Cole
man fi Co.
V number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside lire limits. Also
a large number of other Lots In dlllcront
Lauds, lu tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Large slock ladies' furnishing good,
to bo sold very cheap at C. llanny's.
Don't fall to h-o that handsome line
of Ladles' 'lies and Klbbons'at .1. Hurgcr
Our Domestic Department is complete
lu nil Us details, and will bo sold cheaper
than ever. ,1. Itrutir.it Si Co.
Largo stock of woolen goods, linn
nels, liiiscys. ami sheeting llaunels, very
cheap, at C. Danny's.
For P.mhroldcrlcs mid Laces, go tod.
Hurgcr A- Co.'s, No. 121 Commercial ave
nue. I .lones, the Coininerelal avenue
boot-maker, can furnish you with thu
best pair of boots to bo found hi Hie city.
Ladies, misses mid children's under
wear at very low prices at .1. Iliirger &
Thu llnesl stock of dress goods, eou
sl'llng ol Cnssluieres, F.inpress Cloths,
Diagonals, Mohairs, 1'opllns, at .(. lbir
gerA Co.'s, 121 Commercial avenue.
Laige stock gents' furnishing goods
at very low prices, at C. llanny's.
For great bargains in Flannels, call
on. I. llurgei-il- Co. They have Iho best
asot led stock In thu city, and sell them
at aluul-liiiigly low prices.
Large stock dry goods, without re
serve, in very low prlees, at C. llanny's.
-It yen want a good Custom-made
lady's or miss's sine ftdl on .1, Ihugcr
- Largo stock of carpets, oil cloths and
matting, at greatly reduced prices, t 0.
fttflTTUK ALKXANDKlt COUNTY
HANK WILL I'AV JNTF.llF.aT ON
DF.I'OSITS IN TDK HA VINOS DF.
l'AIITMKNT. Largo stock ot domestic prints, nuis.
Ibis, atid lickings, at low piice, at 0.
Drunkenness Cured !
Wltlifnit Inrnineitli-r-'e, at oiir lioiiie Anil
iihle Bint fin-1 ) any mtiiii-Vs on n-fi-lpt of one
I' II. ItUSHAItt), M 1.
Miiimiri'i-Sl. l.onN tiulirl.ile lln"ilil.
inno'-llll olive Mitel, "t lml
I.'. I -n'.
Opium or Morphltio Eaters !
i;nitsl llln.rt i tin or liu-mitt-tili-iiM-, nl Yiiur
lionn- In iifliija. .Mfilldiii.ti'iirilisl lints- tsk'
lii'ulliii-nl M-iit I'k e In any fliMli'in nil rtf'il nf
Uteiitilliits, luteiimoiint nnitieillv
.iiiii-ss. v. ii. iii tunni). m. d.
.M.ui.tt-r si l.'.iils liirljii.ik- lit a 1 1 1 :(1 .
lll(.- lllltl.S.H M. Lnlils.
Obstaclos to Marriage.
Happy lellel lor young men from the
elfeet of limit's mid Abuses in early life.
Maiiliool restortd. Impedlmeiitslo Mar
riage removed. N'ew uietliod oT tieal
niciit. New and leiuatkable iciiicdles.
Hooks .-iiid Circulars sent free, lu sealed
envelopes. Addie Howard Associa
tion. Ill) N. Ninth stieel, iiiiladclplila.
fa. --an Instllutloii having u hlgli icpti-
taliou lor liouoi'iibie lomlucl mid profes
sional skill. S-'JI-iU-w-tim
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing .Mnclihie, hard (piano) llnl-li.
valuetl at $sr. Will be sold at $20 ills-
count, on good terms, anil ordered direct
from llie factory.
Coloied and ununited Maps nt the
cilyof Caho at 52 M eaeli (halt price.)
A No.!) Wilon Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine valued at $7.1. Will be sold at $15
discount, and o nlc red direct from the
A ?IK) Ucinlngton Sewing Machine
$"0 oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot ami shoe iiiaiiufaclurer.
"lMcturi-que Aineri-a" IS numbers
liound In 2 volumes, full gilt Morocco;
a stylo "F.."' "Clough, Wnrieii &
Co.'s" I'.uior Organ, right from the fac
tory at Detroit. Ll-t price, SOT. Will
he sold I'm S200.
A new two-horse (.amble wagon.
For any of the above articles, npply ;it
llu- llt'i.i.nrr.- olllce. I',. A. I'.i iini:it.
Tho Pcoplo'a Remedy.
The Univorsnl Pain Ext actor.
Aak for Piuul'o Extract.
Take no other.
'lk-.ll . I'm I' I Will I" I villi Of 13. c!? lit Iliil..'-
! Injuries In MuiiiirltcaM,
sitiiliis, inilui, r.mlu
' tloi-.s, DIjIoc-.Uipth.
H'riK-lurex. l.m, Ijii-it.i-,
tnl nr lnclfisl oimiln
ilciillii l.iinus, in
.si- lllt-eil.niiil lllitil-
Iiij; limn or 'lii-tli
Viinitliii;tl Illi. nil mi I
Piles -'lllic.,i i'ilm,
lilliel l'ilv-, (l.iMllIl.k- )
1 tie . swelling or. --nieiii-).
I LumlMKu, Ijiii.s Hack
Sin-c Tliensil or ijiiuisy.
I IiiIIjiiksI Toii-ili.
l)lil!i( rlu. HroiK lil
1 lis, AsIIiuiii.
Isoreor Inil.uniil i;ca ni
t'aliii'i li, Lemon Inn,
!Siee M.ili m, Ii,,,;,,,,..,'
l'niiil'ul ur tun Tnl'iue
.llllli l.i'U-. OviiiIjii Ui;.
I'llSU mill 'I'linmr
(Jrati-I mill siin-.iwiiy.
CIiiiIIiiks nnit J.xvuria-
li.jin or liir.itit, or
iu-leoho '-lii:. ;n.
i InrKiilorlntl.iiiifil Vcinn
I'leers. oia hmm, inli-r-
Iltills, f-irbiiiii-li-ii. 'i'u-
llllIM, I lot .SMtllllli'i.
tOlllNIIUlt I tu ii I .1 .-4 , LI. Ill-
i iil or Soil- Vtvt.
1'elon in Wlilil'.H-, l'losl
il i.inilit in- I'm 1.4.
.1Iosiiilio lllii's. Iiitcrt
nllngi, Cl.ii)i.i'il H.iii'U.
!.' I'N i:XTIl.U"' lilorsalL-l.vall I'likl
'Iiihs llriitKls.ls.Hinl H-UOIIlllU'.KlnlllJ
all l)ruirKit, I'liyslcUm, suul e-rj-
iMHly h() llllH I'll'l' iim iIIi.
I'mnplilel containing lllttury and tlM-snmll-il
I'm-on aiillc:Uluii, lr not rouml tit yom
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Xch Yiirli mill I.iiimIoii,
ON (ilt.VIN. For full lul'oini ilioii how to
oiiinili- Ijii the ciiluiitu uuiki-i, otuil fur oui
l.nciil.ir. CLARK &c CO..
Comor WaaulnBton Av. and 14th Street,
' CAIRO, ILL.
O PEN EROM 5 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
881 North Mala Street, ST. LOUIS.
f -li lirulojl for IU IMIHITV, NTItK.VUTII itml
I'M, 'l'AllliUNUK4. Vnrrmiti-.l to i-XKiari
l iikln. K. L. l'llDBSINO A CO.,
lift AIM Uleklgaotcag,
N day fnrntd utlns our W,,
Auuar A. Drills, aifio ruuiiui
noirti) gnoil Aiii-nti. Auger lnnk
ff. Jill A"C"i- Co., St. IaiuIh, M.
IN LARG-E VARIETY AT
Washington Avenue, or the Levee.
Feather Dusters are indispensible
articles at home, in She store, in the
shop and in the office. Every good
Housekeeper knows their value,
and will not he without one. We
are selling them CHEAP to suit the
Call and examine, whether you
wish to purchase or not.
IS THE PLACE.
J. BUECrEH & CO.
Still Ahead as Usual
This Firm has just brought on
an Immense Stock of
Fill m flier DrHootb
-COMPRISrriG ALL THE
wiircn Tirny offeu at
AND WHICH HA3 CAUSED THE
EVEB, SEEN IN CAIRO.
A LARGE, BRAN NEW STOCK OF
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
Rockwell's Old Stand, 124- Commercial Ave.
WoodlWdl Woo d !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tlio Cairo & St. Louis Transfer & Coal Company is ow prepared to
1111 orders ior Wood nnd Coal. Delivered to tiny par of the City, at
tho .Lowest Cash Prieo. OJi'I-'ICS AND VARD at tho Cairo & St.
Louis Narrow GauRO Depot.
XiisT a'jp rn.rcEe.
WuoJ, 4 foot, liorcori $3 00.
wootl, caw ott, porconl 54 00.
Wood, nnvrtl nutt Biil't, per co. 1 55 CO
Coal, car load, par tou ... ill 00
Conl, car load, tiinuljton ....... bo.
Coal, car load, one-half tou .... .... J OO,
oi V rdoB ntJ; M- Stocltfleth'a.CS Ohio Loveo. nt tho Crytl Saloon, corner
Sixth street nntl Commeiclal Avenue, and nt thoCoinpany'n Office.
Oriloi-s Solloltoil r.nil Promptly Filled.
3T. M. WAKD, Supt.
JAS K:.LiAS7Zl,S3c'y Trsas.
I p '?
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
& MONHUIj OTS.