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JOHN H. OBKXX.Y, Editor.
The story r lore ami nnliintltn, l
which the Wing t Spnln nml Uic Duke
)e Sexto figured a principal'. I lo
pounced as n malicious lioax. The Span
t.li colonel alluded to n. the I dividual
who attempted to kill the Klnj: to avenge
the wrong mid Insult, N nllvn and lat,
anil 1 l coinrortableelreuintances. lie
well known In New Vork, where he re
rilled for a long time and nirurk-d an
American lady. llesltlcs lie lins no
daughter a pol;cn of In the M iiatlnnal
I.OWIN IIOOTII AN II VMM. I.
The prcat tnigeiHan, Edwin llootli,
who met with alhiotn l.itnl necldent dur
ing the summer scapon, made liWnppenr
micr, on the nljjlit orthe 23tli, alterutwo
year' nli'dicc from New Vorl;, on the
Mage of the Fifth Avenue theatre, In the
character of Iliitnict. The reception
wa a perfect ovation, and tlio
welcome tumultuous. Tlic-va ays :
" He was rcealled to the lae during
the. first act. after the llr.-t Interview of
Horatio with Hamlet; he wu called lw-
fore the curtain at the end of the llr.st
act and the second, called three times .'it
the end of the third act, and applauded
continually llitoiigliniit the play. Of the
sincerity of IhN reception there was no
doubt ;".'idl''rI,'':' parquet and lioxe com
peted with each other In their ueleome."
Although .Mr. llootliV lctt arm lianas
uselef-a tit Ida fide. It did not mi-iii to In
terfen? with hU llnlihed and masterly
acting, h called forth all his force of
invention, and therefore gave him a
wealth of -entire.
UKOItta: H. I'KNDl.KTOX.
Iii response to an invitation from the
Democratic State Committee, In Pennsyl
vania, to nsi-ist In the canvas In that
State by making speeches In favor of the
cause, the Hon. George 11. Pendleton
wrote a letter declining the invitation,
aylng that the reasons were of a purely
personal and doiucMlc character, but Im
perative. In his letter he says: "The
loss ol Ohio ha neither destroyed" our
cause nor abated our energies. Defeated
by a majority of 5,000 hi a poll of COO,
(W0, we havu won more votes than any
ttucccsslul party In Ohio ever had before.
Weighted with heavy burdens, and op.
posed by an organization almost perfect
in its discipline, abundantly supplied with
money and .truggllii for Its life, the
cause of the people ha won a victory
even In defeat. Thn Kepiibllcaiis have
. I. . ... 1 . ... I . I.... f . I... . I
ine oiiicc.s aim uic Nu.uir-, um ii ()
been shown that ercn in Ohio Republi
can Ohio hi order to secure them by thu
.-mallest majority they were obliged to
brinjr "every man and everv dollar'' into
:akrutii'n auto pm .
An autopsy was performed at Viueland,
X. .1., by Dr. Thomas, of Philadelphia,
on the body of Carruth, thu editor shot
in the head by Landls. The point of the.
original wound was open, bloody serum
exuding. A small fragment of the ball,
half nu Inch by three-fourths of an Inch,
flattened, was found about two inches
lielow the wound in an orilice between
the scalp and bone. The original hole
in tho skull was contracted and partly
tilled with llbrous matter. Tho skull was
of the average thieknes?, exhibiting a
round, smooth hole al the entrance ot the
ball. The bullet's position was one Inch
to the right of tho occipital protuberance,
iMlfau inch above the groove of the
H;ht lateral sinus. It was nearly of its
original shape, and waf. found about one
md a half incites lrom the
point of entering. Al the in
tict Dr. Thomas aid (hat the
immediate causes of the death of Car
ruth were from abecsscs following thu
passage of the bullet into tho brain.
When asked the cause of the nbcesses, ho
replied they were the result of the Inllam
ination follow ing tho Injury lrom the bul
let. The counsel for the defense will at
tempt to prove that thu wounded man
did not have proper medical or surgical
treatment, and will Impeach the ho
lweopathic system. The trial Is looked
forward to with much Interest by the
fiiends of both parties, and will be an In
teresting legal contest. I.andis Is hi Jail
ami much depressed In sphits.
ATit.tn oii oMi:.n.N;i to dii:.
itev. Father .1. V. MeXamara Is chief
of tlio .sacred Order of I'nlted Irishmen
liedlvlsl. Tliomas ilcGcaglmn betrayed
the secret ot thu order; ut least be was
accu-ed of doing mi. Thu reverend chief
ordered tlio members of the. secret organ
ization to meet lu n hotel In Chatham
Mrcct, New Vork-, am! hold u e". i '
tlal on the lain; Thomiw. The meeting
was held, ami niter lu adjournment a
rumor prevailed that 'the accused
bad Ih.-cii adjudged guilty and sen
tenced to death. Father MeXamara,
In eaVlug of the rumor, says that
be has no desire to contradict
It, because, under the laws of all nations,
the punUhment of traitors Is death.
If the traitor ha been Kcutcnecd to death,"
the question naturally ail.es, what
member or the order Is willing to curry
outtliesenteiiceofthecourt.anil by so do
ing sacrifice himself to a higher and more
l-merlul tribunal than that of the Sacied
"fdtrof Pnlted Irishmen Hedivlvl? It
i!l'ry wy '"idler to sentence the
lo UT. rtata"y Thomas, but
of him I110!"''" dUpoxllIon
, ' to the laws of the
order, is a inon. .um ,
has for IU nltimabX lT?T
oflrelandfromBrltui, 12 ?
supported by small ,ouUmU l ' "
Irish families In the llu,j kwH
Father McXmnara, chief Of u,, ,.,,;.;
does not now olllciaui lu I'uUmii,'.
cliurclMtf. Like thoFenlnu organization,
this order Is becoming powerful, ami
rill soon create m mr In the I'nltui
.States equal t the one made by lt nldel
'oii i:i.i: ri4-AX im
I'oitrAx r ishui;.
Next In Inqmrtance to the repair ot
our levee, l the question; of taxation
uKin which Mr. M. U. Hnrrell Ikir.si his
caniuiiaey lor tne oiucc ol 1 reaMirer ami
As.eor of Alexander county. It Is true,
na Mated by hhn, that one ot the heavleU
draw liaeks t.i our prosperity 1 tnund hi
the enormous amount of taxes that are
annually charged to our property, and es
pecially to our realty. 1'pon an afes?
ment far above the average of the
State, we, who are among the
poorest people ol the .State, aic
paying n levy ol lrom lour to six psr
cent. almost an equivalent to a rent lor
our own property. ruder such a loud
.13 this no people can prosper; and, until
it l levelled, it If idle to hope for any
eonslderable Increase of limine-', or per
manent accessions of wealth and popula
tion. "But,' Interpose the oppo?cr of
low assessment, "the County ( ouimU
'loners arc limited J law to a
levy of seventy-live c-ntir on the one hun
dred dollar". It the value ol our taxable
properly It- so reduced m to eouipoit
with the average of the Stale, the L-vy
of fccvtnty-ttvo cents would fall to pro
duce the amount of money needed to
carry on the county government." We
grant tldf. If our present iiiIiioihIv
high aesment wen; luervii'ed fifty ier
cent., we could not, even then, ral'y the
required "tun by a levy ot iuventy-tivo
cents. It Is maultcM. therefore, that the
true policy Is to rcduco our a-e-niei)t
until it 'liall comport with the. aviHgjof
the iSt ite, and then If the lawful levy of
fccventy-llvc cents falU to produce thu
amount of money needed for county pur
poses, we -hould rahe tho detlelt by a
special levy. In this way wo will
keep all the money at home
By raising the amount through an In-
ereaseol assesjireut, we will be subjected
to the payment of State, as well as county
taxes. In other words, for every seventy-
live cents we collect for our.-elve. w'c
will be compelled to collect thirty cents
ror the State. The levy for 1&7U falls
$12,000 short ot the county'.-, needs. To
raise this sum by Increasing the assess
ment, would subject us to the payment
of $1,800 to tho State. To raise it bv
special taxation we would be called upon
to pay to tho State nothing at all. It
seem to us that, a between theo two
method, no sensible tax-payer can hesi
tate an instant about choosing the latter.
To do otherwise would be to pay thirty
cents to the State for t.'ie privilege of col
lecting seventy-live cents from ourselves
for ourselves, and to bring about, eventu
ally, distresses tcareely more endurable
than mi aluolulc forfeiture o! (im
properly to the Stale. In view
these and oilier facts which will
suggest themselves to the thinking tax
payer, we feel that the emergency de
mands the election of a man to the office
of County Assessor who w ill carry out
this policy. The reduction proponed to
bo made hi the valuation of our taxable
property will relievo us fioni tlio pay
ment of several thousand dollars of Stale
taxes, which, in justice and equity, we
ought not to pay. It will remove one
of the great obstacles In the way of our
prosperity lilt a heavy burden from the
shoulders of our property-holdcis, and
place us, in that respect, where we ought
to be on an equal looting with the tax
payers of (he balance of the Stale.
nomination or A. '. III.SSI.NC.
The Democrat of Cook county held a
convention hi 1'nion Hall, Chicago, on
the L'liih In-I., and put hi nomination a
county ticket. On the tir.-t ballot Mr. A.
C. lli'sslng, Chicago's moil popular Ger
man, wa nominated for County Treas
urer, receiving, out of llil! votes, 111.
The nomination of .Mr. Ilessing was a
Haltering event tor that gentleman, as
the majority of Chicago papers are bit
ter In their opposition to him. The other
nominations were: .ludge Gary for
Superior Court .ludge, .lodge .McAllister
lor Circuit Court .ludge, John F. Finerty
lor Clerk of the Superior Court. Alex
underSilvcrsp'arr's noiiilnaiion for County
Surveyor was also approved. Tlio Com
mittee on BcRolutions presented the fol
lowing platform of principles, which was
unanimously udopted :
The Democratic parly of Cook county
adopt thu following principles as the plat
form of tlio party :
I'tni Resumption of specie-payments
as soon as the business interests' ol tho
country will permit without di-aster; op
position to inflation.
Second Free commerce and no turill
except for revenue purpose.
Third Individual llbeily ami opposi
tion to sumptuary laws.
'uio-MKlgld restriction of the Gov
ernment, both State and national, to the
legitimate domain of political power.
Fifth - All powers not delegated to the
United States by the Constitution, nor
prohibited by It to the States, nre refer
led to the States respectively as to the
people ol the States.
ir!..j. 'ii i .i..t ci.t...
.7,., w- - t nu i iiil anil um in iiiu oiiiiu
to protect Itn citizens from extortion nml
unjust discrimination by chartered mo
uopolles. .S'ernfi -The ballot-box U thu founda
tion of popular government: its purity
mii'l and shall bu preserved.
After last Mardl Gras the Xuw Vork
Graphic Illustrated Its columns with
scenes lrom Iho .Memphis carnival, and
by doing so made thousands of dollars
through tho advertising patronage of the
people of the Blull City. Itecently tlio
Graphic suggested that thu Meinphl,
I'lks Mystic Crew, Twelftli-XIgbt Uev
elers, and other similar carnival organi
zations, should be present In Phlladel-
phla during the Centennial, ami nstonHi
me norineni people, and visitors lrom
thu old world with the unique, brilliant
and gorgeous groupings of tho carnival
devotees. Speaking on this eiiblcct. the
Memphis , !- ui" the following lan
"The idea is an excellent one. and If It
can bu carried out thu icsult will cer-
talnlyboouo of the grandest successes
ion i.cmeiiniai ceienratlon w witness.
-very one who has traveled north knows
that the people there icgiird the Mardl
j''hnws with great curiosity and In-
(,t',.,V "' "uue oi inu year when they
i km tii J'.'davorablo to travelli.g In Iho
"vim tin, expend o nuiicyig to
Meinphif or N'ew Orleans I? considerable,
and few can spare the time to do so. Not
withstanding thce dllllcultle.i, thousands
ot .gentlemen and Indies come, every
year, tone these grand spectacles, noth
ing .similar to which Is to be seen In other
pruts ortne iinon. imagine tne crown
that would be drawn to Philadelphia ut
the lime the mysterious Meniphl. tho
humorous I lk", the weird MvMle. Crew,
or the magnllleent Tweltlli-Night Hovel
cr., or deputations from all of them,
were to walk the street" of Philadelphia
under a blaeof light, exhibiting n sight
uf tin: proloundest beaut , la-eiiiatlng
with its p(H?v of nrti-lie comliinatlon.
and lmpresive with lt gorgeous mag
nllleciioc, while the I'lk- tapered oil nil
with tho rich glow of their exhnbucnt
humor! Picture till southern Mardl
(itas scene In the street of a northern
city ! Imagine the vat multitude from
every State of the L'uloii. and every
land In Kurnpe, tilling window, plat
forms anil terraces, and climbing to the
very ridges of the roof, w hile every Inch
of the wide sreet. unoccupied by Hie
proces'loii. swarmed with eager gazer!
Who, that Intended to Mt itiu Centen
nial at all, would tail to be present on an
occa.-iou so unusual In the north, and so
absorbing and bewildering in its l-i-Hint-tlon''
The grand Ouro. the. grave llicr
opliant. and the fearful Typhou. will, ol
cjttr-e. be present at the Centennial, w ith
at least n greater part of the niysterlou
a:-oiiation with which they are con
nected : and Hie Iaugbing..oiiy t n;s win
not bu behind. Can it not be contilved
o that the grandeur. and beauty.and fun
of the southern Mardi Gra can be exhib
ited at the Centennial'? The ubjeet '
.lolin A. I.ogau ha been making
specche hi Chicago, al waul iiKeting'.
"Holly" J.ewls.a Cincinnati gaiubler.
presented Dr. .Moore's Tabernacle witli
an elegant "olid silver oinniuiiloii ser
vice. --Tony Paitor'js new venture at No.
BV Broadway, New York, ha proved
quite a siccc-:s, as bujincss ha been very
good ever since he opened.
Prairie llres ate raging in Nebr.i-ka.
The mayor of Lincoln ha? called upon
j tlio citizens of that place to build n cor
don mound the town to protect It lrom
llres that may conic galloping over the
Mrs.Steietary Hobeson bajiistlo-t
nSl.000 hawl at Washington. It I a
mere trifle, however, to Bobe-on, who
lias become very rich sincu he left New
.Jersey lo run the $2:1,000.000 per annum
Xavy Depart inent.
Ajoungman addicted to tin' habit
of playing base ball without iinu-ual
provocation, named Hanks, of Covington,
Ky., has been arrested for raping a four
teen year old girl named Powell.
A quantity of nitro-glyeenne was ex
ploited Tuesday night under the windows
of the Howard College buildings, Bo
ton, and several hundred panes of glass
were shattered. It was u narrow escape
from more serious damage. Some of the
student-, It Is .-aid, were the perpetrators.
- -Three of the participants lu the mur
der of the four Italians, hi Denver, re
cently, have been arrested. Olio ol I hem,
an Italian, confessed to having played bis
harp while live others cut the tin oats of
their victim. Three of the murderers
Gallaterand Frank liolidlo, Italian, anil
a .Mexican are still at large, but it 13
(bought will he overtaken in a few day.
The monument which certain enthu
siastic Frenchmen and Ameilcaiis pro
pose erecting on Long Island sound, in
commemoration of French genorlMty
during tlio revolutionary war, Is lo be a
copper image of the Goddess of Liberty,
S5 feet high, in the bead of this tall
deity a revolving light is to be placed, to
guide thu weary mariner on his way.
General Mendirl, who is reported to
have gone over to the Ailoiisists, ha
been iidnister-of-war and general-in-chicf
of tlie CarJM armies, lie litis been, all
along, very devoted to Don Carlos,
although several times displaced from
important position. When such faithful
friend-desert Don Carlo?, II looks a-if
Ids cause was decidedly weakening.
Semi tor Bayard, who now stands, if
not foremost, next after Tilden us tho
prospective Democratic candidate for the
Presidency, was interviewed recently,
and said: "1 tell you, If the National
Democratic party goes Into the campaign
oflSTtiwith any such platform us that
upon which thu Ohio Democracy fought,
it will have all Us labor for nothing. It
will experience n lar greater icver-e than
It did lu 187-2."
Naval Paymaster .lohn ILStevcn.son
seems to be. the victim of a persistent
attempt to Injure his olllcial and personal
reputation. It has been stated, appar
ently on the authoiity of thu naval de
partment at Washington, that his ac
counts are short ?.l,UU0. An Inquiry al
tho department has developed the fact
that lie has been three years witli thu
Asiatic squadron, and that Ids pay-rolls
am) voucher account for every dollar of
tho funds lu his charge, but that some of
these arc not approved by tho naval coin
munder for the reason that thu paymaster
was for a time out of communication
with any such olllccr.
A song of Michigan, sung In tho
Statu of New Vork, during a great emi
gration fever, ut husking bees nml log
rollings, before political singing wa ever
Vou lwK yolli'Stiitu ol VkiimouiiI -
hut wlutol'ull (ll lll.lt V
hiii v the gills uic I'U'lty,
Tliu mule wry fat
Hut wliu unions licr mountains
In i'IiiiiiU unil hikiw wouM etvy,
Wlicu In-culll'l Inu u ll iriililr
'1 Inu lliriv's your -Minsai'liu-lls
Utii'cooil ciiuiikIi, liu smt'i
Hut now stir's iilnuyi, laying on
Mil' costs uii peeks ol'tnilllilc,
Yd ties il ii H'ck run i my
Wlillcull U Sjcrlitun niiuiiiit-
In Mkli-l fim-i-n.
Ami HiiTc's your luml of llluv l-iiiYs,
When- ileui'iiim tut your li.ilr,
for Inir ioiir locks uml lends
slioutd not cxui-tly sitmi
Wlieir hecr Unit works on frmiitiiy
A iienully must i:iy,
While nil is lieu ninl
At Leavenworth, Kansas, V ednes
day, tlio body of u young and beautiful
woman, aged about tsventy-llvo years,
was found hi thu river. Tho eorpsu was
richly dressed, wearing a purple silk
dress and a Jet breast-plu and ear-ring,
lu tho pocket uf tho dress was found n
pocket-book containing $175 lu money j
also a card-case containing eanh hearing
the uuiuu ol M. M. Bltickwell, A cheek
tor buggnge lo Leavenworth, and a pas
frlmi Chicago to Kansas City W" re also
discovered in the pocket of tho dries. A
horrible my-tcry I connected Willi the
affair, and the "police are doing their
utmost to ferrrl limit.
IT WAS HE WHO XIL1KD S1SNEY
lie I'liiitlrlotl llnkei'lu Hne Ills iitin
M.usio.s. III., Oelol.cr 27. The Cir
cuit Court term, which commenced Oc
tober 11 mid terminated on the IMst, wa
the most Important in Its results ever
held In till .section ol tlis country. A
svnopsU of what was accomplished iu
tills land ot the vendetta Is herewith up
ponded. A vMit i . wa cntcicd In tlie
cae ol Fielding Henderson, charged
with thu killing of Vincent Hlnelielltle.
lor lack of evftlence. Pad. Henderson,
convicted ol nialicioti mi-chlcf, was sent
to the Slate' prion for one year. Three
charge oi'nault to Mil Captain George
W. Mney, against Timothy Cagle, were
CO.KItO.V OK M.Mlslt.M.I. t ItAI.V
having exonerated htm. Miltcn Bax
ter, charged with murdering Vincent
IlluchcHtlc, gau ball ill the sum of
000, and had his case continued, lu the
cae of tlie Mate v. v, in. ."a per nam,
alia Big.IclVCraln, Win. ,1. Crain. alias
Itla.k Bill Craln, ami Noah W. Craiu,
atlas Vellow Bill Craln, lor the murder
of Win. Spciicc, the llrt two weie
granted a change of venue to Alexander
county, nml will be tried In January. Yel
low Bill wa admitted to bail in the sum ol
$.-.,0i J. The tilal ofMarhall Craln, who
pleaded guilty to the killing, ha already
been published in full, u well as hi -eii-tenco
to death on tlie 'Jlst of January
next. Since Cram's sentence he habecn
appaicntly penitent, and hU eric are
constantly heard by thoe In proximity
to hi- cell, lie now entertains the hope
tint lie can
i i itivv nu son.
by embracing religion. II.nl Craln, like
Mtiic, held to the truth, he might have
been dealt with more leuieiitlv. but Iil
asserted ami retracted, repeated and de
nied, iiutl! like a beast battel ed Willi too
much rope, lie became entangled. He
held up with remarkable courage until
Friday lift, when hu broke down com
pletely and confessed that he was the
man who killed William Speiice itiid
Captain SIuey. and that be swore again-t
Baker lo save his own life. On
the day mentioned he had George
W.SUney, Jr.. called to his cell anil told
him that hu was thu murderer of hi
father, lie prostrated himself before the
young man and akcd his forgiveness
Si-ney leplled that he eouhr not forgive
the man who shot down Ids father in cold
blood without auv provocation whatever.
adding that foigiveiies for such a crime
would bo unnatural. Cralu remarked
that he was not in his right mind when
he committed the deed. When Craiu's
neck is stretched the vendetta crowd will
have tost their mo-t daring member.
ICaxs.vs Cnv, Mo.. Oct. 1'7. Ci.-.y
county, the homo of the .lames boys, and
the scene of many a bloody encounter,
has again a big sen-atlon." A farmer
named Alfred .McGlnuls wauled to kill
his brother-in-law. Iluj.h JjeuiMcr. so a
toct possession of the hitter's wealth,
and hired a man named John Brock to
assist hhn hi the as-as!uation. Brock
Informed Slierill' Groom ol the tact, ami
a trap was laid to cateh .McGhiuis lu the
act. Ho and Brock nrocceiled to Scud-
der'n houeo Monday night last to carry
out their diabolical act as -Meijiunu
thought, but while they were iu the
House, Seudder having been previously
notiueii, anil secreting iiunseii, tne slier
ill and his posu who were in waiting,
walked in mid seietl the woulibbe-as-sasspi,
who is now lu jail al Liberty.
McGinn! stated that lit! Intended to lay
the murder at the door oftlie James boy
had he been successful.
Drunkenness Cured !
Without Ineoiivcnic ncf, nt jour limno Antt-
itote sent frei to nny ikMk-ss 'Hi receipt of hub
I'. II. IltnillAUD, M. I).
Munucr St. I.oiiIh Inctirlute Hot.lj1.
(iniie-llll Ollvu fttu-ct, St Illl.
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Cared without lmlu or lnconit-nlencc, ut vour
home In lOiluys. Medicines Tor llret three wi cks'
treatment sent fit etu any ailtlrras on ifreitif
II u-dollar, -tale amount ti-nl dally.
.VMrcss. I'. II. IIUIIIIAI!!), M. I).
.Mimap rSt. Limit Inebriate ll(,iltl.
Ollie 1111 Olru'S-twt, ,-jt. l,uU.
Obstacles to Marriage.
llapiy relict for young men from the
effect of Krrois and Abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. N'ew method of treat
ment. Xew and remarkable icinedles.
Hooks and Circulars 'cut free, In sealed
envelopes. Address Howard Associa
tion, III) N. Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. an Institution having ti high repu
tation tor honorable conduct and profes
sional skill. S-'.M-ditw.ini
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson .Shuttle
ijewitig .Machine, hard (piano) tinlh.
valued at SS.-). Will bu sold at SUO dis
count, on good terms, mid ordered direct
from the factory.
Colored anil mounted Maps oi ih0
city of Cairo at $2 50 each (halt price.
A No.il Wilson .Shuttle .Sewing Ma
chine valued at $75. Will bu Mild at $15
discount, and ordered direct from tlie
A i'M Iteinlngton Sewing Machine
fW oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
"I'iettiresipiu America" IS numbers
bound In 'J volumes, full gilt Morocco;
-.v Mylu "K," "dough, Warren A
Co.V Parlor Organ, right from the fac
tory at Detroit. 1.1st price, $300. Will
hu sold fui sjoo.
A now two-horse Gamble wagon.
I or any or Iho above articles, apply at
the iltii.u:nN olllce. K. A. lluit.NKrr.
V8I North Mala Street, ST. LOUIS.
JiYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and :i,000 acres of
unimproved Lauds hi Alexander county.
"Winter's Block" and "Winter's
A large number ol desirable liivl-deuce-,
and excellent vacant l.oU, unlia
ble forbulne. hoii-es and n-idence.
Winter's Block- suitable, lor Hotel.
Office or Bulnes rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered -1, 7, S and f), in
Winter'. l'ow. 5 room each, for $10 per
Xo. 10 (corner), $1J Ml 7 rooms.
Store room lu "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Ilalley.
A desirable Cottage on Popular
street, near Thirteenth street.
I'ppcr flour of building nexttot.om
menial (Waveiiy) hotel.
Two small House west of Twenty
second street, near Pine, 1 each per
Dwelling house on Twelltli. near
.Walnut, 0 room, lor SI- per month.
Bu-lne hoii'c on Lece. near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cro, Cole
man V Co.
V number of Lot on Levc, above
Twelfth street, outside lire limit. Also
a large number of other Lot in dlllercut
Land, In tracts to -tilt, near Cairo.
4'nrc Your IIoi-mco.
Kpiootie powders lor linr-e i, d j
mule sure cure for sale by M. .1. Me-1
Gauley. IO-'.!-lt. j
Com ircscil Ven si Vii I lee
I have this day secured the sole agency i
for the sale id' l'lelchman & Co' com
nresed yea't, either wholcscle or retail.
Dealer. can be supplied tit any and all
times by calling on inc. Thl I the only
yeat of the kind in market that Is gen
uine. W. L. Bristol, IU eighth Mrwt.
Cairo. III., Oct. 1!.'., lS7o. lO-'JS-liu.
I'nr Side iMhiki.
A Xo. 1 st'coud-lniud. seven octavo
piano, as ooil as new, manufactured by
llallet ,t Davis, It offered lor sale at a
bargain. Apply to
12. A. BritNKir.
10-21-Iin. Bulletin Olllce.
We have now the agency for thl yea-l,
the het In ue, made by Tauky A Co..
which we shall receive Iri sh dally by ex-pre-,
wholesale and ictall, at Xew Vork
I'm' Ille .lliilllll ol Oi'liil,!-,-.
Dining the fever senson of la-t month,
the stock of Ayer'. Ague Cure in iheOld
Xoith .State became cxhau-ted. ami lie
fore a supply could ! received lrom Lo
well, thu Millerlug from chill unit fever
became feartul. A few parties weie so
fortunatu as to have it on hand,
and iu Iredell county, the drug
gists eked out their -lender stocks by
selling dose. a spoonful each for a dol
lar. Many paid ten dollar lor a bottle,
when tho regular price is but one, and
thought thcuielves favored ut that, o
valuable arc the enr.-iltv,. iiriiiu.i-tli.
of thl preparation, which not only ex-
Tho People's Eomody.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Note: Aak for Pond'" Extract.
Take no other.
"HctM- for I will f neuk nf i-ti-ll..i ii.i,,.
iihm ion win Mfait or xclltut HiIiijm
llujiirieo to Man or IU.nH,
I Kullj. Iliiiii'ii,
I.HIrnliiN, t-jiniliis, Oinlil.
. ttmt, Ulelocjitioiiit,
FriivliircM, t.'utu, Iji-em-
I tll rr lii.kml 11'. la
lilceilliitf I.miKsi, or
.01! IllfCl, Ullll lllllll-
I .us m.iM,, in m-iii.
IMIch - llliwllnif I'IIm.
Illlndl'il4, Int.tllll.lo )
rulKltt, fawvllid nice
I tloftwellln jforHiimie.il,
NlilliicNt or t-mvwKM,
Sore Tliroill iirllnlnir.
.Olptlicrlii, Itioii, di
,Soreor Inllaiiiwl Kjcs or
, utitrrlt. U-ucorrlivn,
' ni.uTlna, l)ynttry.
(Hore .iiiilt-H, IniliiniHl
I'aiiil'nl or loo I'lol'usi.
(Milk l.cjf, Uvniliin l)i.
(11S0 mill Tllllliira
t.L.v irmilliiHM umi fixeorlu
wmici aim nine.iKiir).
uoiu ol lliMllU, or
u., . . tnrlcose VhIiin, Kn
EXTERNAL ',arBt"rlnlliiimi Vein
l!oi!n, CuiliunclMii. Til-
INTERNAL t'on.Munil liunloim, (;iiu.
cd or Soiv r'cot.
USL. , . die (inlU
,1 1ii orWIililow, I'roit
i . til l.lmlia or 1'uitn.
MNiii,) nilct. Insicl
.Stlnjfd, Cliiiifil llaii'U.
I'O.Ml'N i: I ltA T U for sale by all rtr.
"i rjitcKl.t.aii rt'coiiiim..idiill)T
ml llriijrjtlstn, I'liyslclaim, mid fiery
hiMly whuluiN uvi-r iwd It.
I'iiiiiiiIiIcI cijiiialnliijf lll.toiy nml Vnm mull.
l rirooii MiiUcaiioii, if not tumid utyour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Xew York nml London.
Great Medical Book
nml SecieH lor IjhIIh mid CinU, ,,.nt nte lor
two Manila. AiMich.
,n '1;',,l;;t'11 .MKlllOAI. INhTITUTK.
10-1-dly b, .Jojsi-iiIi, Mo.
win! HHinji fur miitirinntUn rlnnlar. of (t
i. HHinji fur mntidnntlAI rlniilar. of (Tint vh1w
IT. 11, 0 ,1'AllU, C f. W'Mh, t'l, utUiU'ilIlK, lud.
IN LARGE VARIETY AT
Washington Avenue, or the Levee.
Feather Dusters are indispensible
articles at home, in the store, in the
shop and in the office. Every good
Housekeeper knows their value,
and will not be without one. We
are selling them CHEAP to suit the
Call and examine, whether you
wish to purchase or not.
J. BURGER & CO.
Still Ahead as Usual
This Firm has just brought on
an Immense Stock of
Fall I Winter Dry-Goods
COMPRISING ALL TIIE-
NOVELTIES or TH3B SEASON
WHICH TnEY OFFER AT
AND WHICH HAS CAUSED THE
EVER SEEN IN CAIRO.
-A LARGE, BRAN NEW STOCK OF
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
Rockwell's Old Stand, 124 Commercial Ave.
' " ' - - ?"!!g"!
I Wood ! Wood ! Woo d !
COAL! COAL! COAL!
, BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Transfer & Coal Corapunyis ow proparcd to
j 1111 orders for Wood and Coal. Dolivorcd to unv par of tho City, at
I tho Lowost Cash Price OFFICE AND YARD at tho Cairo & St.
1 Louis Narrow Ouugo Depot.
Wood. 4 fctit. nur cord
Wood, sawed, per cord
Wood, sawed and split, per cord
Coal, car load, per ton
Coal, car load, ainitldton
Coal, car load, one-half ton
I ",oY orlerB at?: M- Stockfloth's, 03
. slxth Btroot nncf Commercial Avenue,
Orders Solicited and Promptly Filled.
F. M. WAED, Supt.
J AS. Z. L AITE, Soc'y & Treae.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
Ohio Levee, at the Crystal Saloon, corner
and at the Company 'n Omco.