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Rendln Mntlrr on IHrry Pnirr.
JOHN B. OBERIV, Editor.
We ore now putting Into THIS HL'L
LET IN OFFICE a new boiler, anil pre
parlnj: to aUo pill Into It nrn pre ma
chinery. Until Hill work l done (for nbout ten
day), wo will have to labor nt i great
UUtdvailtaRe. Therefore, we :ik our
patrons to lie featUflcil, for the time he
Injf, with the bust e can do under the
When we shall have completed the Im
provements we are now nt work upon,
and have In contemplation, THE Ill'l.
LET IN OFFICE will be, without doubt,
the most complete printing office i'i the 'cst
outtlde of the great cities and will
be as well prepared a any olllco In the
whole country to do the kind'' of print
ing demanded by this community.
THE llUIXETIN' ha labored, during
many yew, In the Interest ot Cnho and
Southern Illlnol?, and has done so with
out fear or favor. It has never, for an
instant, truckled to any Mug- or clique,
but has, even at the .--letllleti of inueh
patronage, advocated every enterprise of
Importance to the city's weal. It there
fore deserves well of the people of Cairo
and Egypt, and Is confident that it will
recelvu-the patronage of Its old and f
many new friends. Circulating a. it
docs, in Its dally and weekly editions,
through the city into the house of every
reader In Cairo and through inot of the
counties ot Southern Illinois
MU?ts-.lppl county. Missouri, and
Ballard county. Kentucky. It ru-
nlsbes to the business inun who wish to
Bsll in tills part of the Ml-is-ippl Valley
laluaile adrerthing medium.
To our business men, ar.d the public
generally, we are prepared to oiler mi:
OKKATKvr IIAltllAI.NS IN .1(111 I'lllMINU
With now type, and the best pre-i-e- run
by t-tcatn, we are enabled to do work
neatly and promptly, and nt lover price
Mai any other printwrf office, in th' Minis
Connected with our olllce is u complete
. UOOIv BIXPEKV. in which all kinds of
Binding and Killing are done. In the hen
style at the lowest figures.
C.'uiio J$um,i:ti.v Comimxv
The loss by the conllagraliou thai en
veloped and destroyed the rich mining
town, Virginia City, was originally
placed at $2,000,000. That Is a nine
bagatelle compared to the real Joss. Jn-
vcsiJgaiJon and calculation have revealed
the astounding fact that the ill o eati'-ctl
an actual Jo5 of $S,OO0,O00. For a (own
of only 15, 000 Inhabitants Ibis will appear
impossible; but when we consider the tie
btruction of the rich mines hi the town,
it will readily be .seen that thy lo- Is
They are manufactured lu Sprlugllcld,
Massachusetts, and are so iiopular that
the demand cannot be readily Mipplied.
Nine millions oftliem weru ordered hi
one week, and previous to that time the
Jactory was behind three millions. One j
shipment, ot recent date, to the Phila
delphia postotllce, amounted to .00,(KW.
Consider the innumerable avenues trav
ersed by these little messengers, on
every conceivable mission telling tales
of woe, of love, of death and frequently
of unpaid bills. The cynical creditor
considers the postal card one ol his most
effective weapons of detense against the
schemes ot good naturcd and highly re
spectable beats. .Sometimes these Insig
nificant little cards have precipitated
tragedies and suicides ; and not infrc
qiiently writers of them have re.-poscd at
leisure lu State prisons, ruminating over
the failure of a ludgo and Jury to appreci
ate a capital Joke. Postal cards nrugood
things In their place, ami no family should
be without (hem.
Scleral gentlemen have, been, during
the past few weeks, canvassing the
county electioneering for the olllce of
County Tivauucr, but have failed to ex
cite the people In the leal. Nobody
seems to care much which of the candi
dates wins the race, and very uianx
the electors arc ignorant of the fact that
next TiiMduv will Imi 'Woitim ,1.,,.'
The candidates, hi the order of their an
nouncement, me: John P. Holy, V.
A. Redman, .M. I). Haircll, and Julia A.
Heeve. Which is the Wrongest ot thej-c
candldatea we do not know. Mr. llely
has been very industrious, and has talked
with nearly every voter lu the comity on
the tubject of his candidacy; Mr. Ited.
man, one of the most active gentlemen
we ever knew In u political canvass, has
been particularly industrious hi his own
Interest during the pat month; Mr.
Rcevo has Just passed through ihe
county and lias talked privately mid pub.
Jlcly to the people; Mr. Iliurell has seen
many men of many minds on the hiibjeet
of the Trcasurcrshlp, and h is done some
excellent talking in Ids own behalf. Jlcly
l confident ; so Is Kcdinuu; o I,
lUove;w u Hnrrcll. Hely expects to
receive a large vote hi the country and In
the city ; so does Hediuan. Harrcll s
pecU to receive Ur0 vot)J , 1(J c
and to hold his own with any other man
in the country. Itve expects to receive
the votes of many Democrats, and gcU
lare majority of the w,lUu aua bIll,v
Iwpubllcau vote. IfKcevuWiicit im,i..
Inda calculation! he wHI Kfflk.e '
M It, the chances are that one of th..
otlier candidaU's will succeed, but wid,. v
That li a thing no fellow can il,,a out
until nr 0 o'clock on next Tueday,
Marshall Crahi mtiiih to have a mania
for letter writing. The Egyptian l'ree
contain. another ellliMon from his pen,
addressed to Mr. .Iese I.. Ilaslaud, In
which he says: "I am lu it terrible tlx to
die ; 1 know that I have got to dir. nnd
all that J ran do now Is to ptay to (iod
to forgive me, and prepaic for death.
Cousin .lose, I tic-Ire the prayers of all
Christians ; 1 want you to pray for me
and remember tne in your flrnycr. I
pray Ood to forgive me. that I may be
prepared for heaven. It has tell
to my lot to die :it a rope's eiid.'
lie U, undoubtedly, much cxereUetl as to
his future after tlcnlh. There doe- not
seem to be nny half-way business about
this fellow. When he was engaged in
the high ail of slaughteilng people at 11
a head, he threw all ol his energies and
strength into the agreeable occupation.
Now praying and letter-wilting occupy
his time entirely. He concluded hi let
ter as follow : "I pray Ood to -ultcn my
heart, that I may -re the
danger I am in. It seems like it U
almost too lite for me to be forgivt ;i.
I try to pray and my mind Is so plao d
on thing'' that are pa-t, I pray to my
Savior to place my mind on heavenly
things, and remove nil darkiie frm
me, that I may see the danger I am in.
iicincinncr, iricmi. as ou pa-s i,v,.n
you are now .-o once was I ; a I am now
you snoiiMi not lie. i nl.c up I lie rros,
prepare lor death, teach all mankind tin:
way to heaven prepared for you aniline."
Tt'r.sn.vvs .sta'ii: iii.ixtiiins,
There will be inn-dc in the air nwl
Tuesday. Stutcsl!l settle the exNtiug
dispute ii" to political Mipreiuai-y on that
day. They are Virginia, Knn-as, .Mruca
ehusett, -Maryland, MN-l-lppl, Minne
sota, Miseoiul, New .ler.-ey, New York
and Pennsylvania. The I'ciu.f.yUanlii
election Is looked forward to with the
great oil Interest, lu that White the lie-
publicans claim a majority of 2ii,Ono,
making the results ot the Ohio election a
basis of their view-. The I'onmylvniih
Domoera'i- are angulue of hiiecc, be
lieving that the p:i-.t corrupt
Republican iidiiibiUlraliou, with its
(rauds and bare-faecil theft, li:t
lost the conlblelico of the pro
pic. II H argiie'l liv main
Democrats that the i;pouic ol tin
publli; outrages transcend- the Ihinticlal
(iuetlon, which i- not the mle Imic. as It
was, tuil'oi Innately, lu Ohio. Maachu
setts Is watched with anxiety by bulb
parlies, lu Ihe South, Mi--I--ippl I- hi a
blaze of excitement. The IirininT.iHari'
lighting over every itKh ol polllleul
ground and expect to win. Hut when we
consider the powerful eoloied eh
incut in that State. bolstered
up by both State and National iiillttciia
and money, we may look J'or u Demo
cratie defeat. Vcl.'froui pre-cut iiidlea-
tioiif, It is hard to determine what Tues
day's election in that Stale will brim:
foith. If the Kcimhlicaus gain, Hit
State will never see the day of It.s reilem
thin ; If they lo-e. a new era of peace and
prosperity will dawn lu thai region ol'
tyranny and opires.-lon.
' II r. 'rill i r. nrjiwi.V mii,.i.v.
A trial ii now pending In iJiu Court of
Oyct and Terminer, New York, that i
e.xelllng considerable attention. The
prisoner, John Dol.in, N arralgned'oiL a
charge of killing .lames II. Noe. The
murder was oneeii-hroinleil In mystery,
and when committed it agitated the pub
lic mind to a gieat extent. The circum
stances of the tragic encounter have been
described before. Mr. Noe, alter leaving
his store wa- Impelled, through no par
ticular motive, to return. Holering, lie
encountered a liuralm: whom ho i-clml
and attempted to secure. A de-perate
light ensued, the burglar beating him hi
frightful manner, then binding ami
iigglug taint . Shortly idler the astaulr
he was found hi this horrible predica
ment by s woman, lakeu l a hospital,
where he lingered a short time, then
died. A posl mortem examination dis
closed (he fact that Noe had on the head
a large wound tlno iiud a half Inches lu
length, besides lour other wounds. The
skull was split from the back of the head
down to tilt! .-oeket of the eye.
A luoiikcv-hcadcd cane, found at the
scene of the light, has been identified as
belonging to the prisoner, Dolan. lu
couiiccllou with tills, testimony has
been elicited that between eight ami nlun
o'clock on (he morning niter the murder
Dolan went into a money broker's place
and asked a loan of SoO on Mr. Noe's
watch. The broker Identllled the watch
ami chain shown as the me brought lo
hlui by the prNoiier. He gave him Ihe
money and the prisoner lelt the place.
The chain of evidence, although clrcuui
stantlal, Is so perfect In all lit parts that
Dolan will Mirclr be convicted.
xii 1. 1.1, tvi: ACCi:iT Tin: iti:i,n:r ?
.v uiii;srn. i oi.vi;i is, 111 1:
i'dmiimi 1:1. i: rio.v.
In iln j-enr 1KI17 llie t-nuljo iu-iij.-'iI j
of Alexander count v wai a-si --ed at Ihe
enormous -.mu of nciuly ?-l,-OW.IXK).
When we siy that
a vciy huge quantity ol our ival
s-'tatc in both town and country N to-day.
niahitalnlug the nilnously high llguii-h
then put upon it, we but niter u truth of
which hundred ol tax-payem arc pain
fully comii.aut. While these instances
furnish the pailies concerned Just
ground for resisting the paymeul ol any
taxes at all, Micro are not one hundred
pieces of realty hi the county thai are
not valued at llgurcK far above the gen
eral aeiago of the State. Mr. Ilarrell,
candidate ior Assosor and Trea-iucr,
'tales i.ki when he siy.
that year alter year, and often
without solicitation r .Stale Hoard of
Knuallatlon have greatly 1 educed these
valuations ; hut the nueeecdlng a-esior,
th Hlnguhir pertinacity, put them up
again. And thus it Is that but for the
occasional luterycutloii of this board, our
great burden ol high faxes would not
have been lightened to the amount of n
fclngle cent. To place our tax-payers hi
a position where they will not, as hereto
fore, be dependents upon the niagnanlui
Ity or wlihiis of our State Kitiali.crg,
uliould be the object of our assessor. The
anwnor liliould to icdnco tho valuation
of our property a lo make It cMilorm to
the average of Ihe State. 7Vn If the
Htate iloiiid make any reduction. It will
ben gain, and not, in now, a paitial re
lief Irnin palpable nvcr-no.inent. tfurli
an ii'ensnirnt h one of the gn at needs ol
our county, lis Immediate ('fleet will
he to take from our shoulders
an undue weight of State t:te : and it
scarcely more remote cUVct will be to re
move the greatest obtaclo hi the way of
sales of l.nitli mid town It.K and lo
lighten buPlNos of n load that 1ms, for
many years, been weighing It atinosl to
Ihecarth. The time has newr been when
Alexander and many oilier counties
of Southern Illinois have not been Miller
cvs from an ovrr-aessmeiil t their
property, 'i'ho majority ol our l'ellow
su(lerer.'( have been wise enough to de
clare for iicneral iiiillorntitv and cone
quent ,iut and equal taxation. Is It not
time that Alexander county imitate llie-e
sensible i!Xainplci-f The elector of th(
should make each candidate fur ns'cxgr
ayow his readiness to become the hi'tin
ni'iit through whlrh thl relief miy
come, and pledge himself that he will,
in Ihe event of his election, m faille ojir
taxable properly as to plnee u on an
citial footing wlih our more pni.spmous
tax-payers el'ewhere, and thus to rollevp
U Ironi the piynunt of Ihotiumds ofdol
hii) Slate taxt which are wrongfully
charged to u every year, unit which, hi
justice ami equity, we ought not to nay.
fho dccl-Ioli ot Ihli niatler. wlucli Is of
tar greater moment than all other inalU-H
involved in the election, rr-t ciitin'
with our voter.
f.lli KUt'AI. NOUN.
iiolunclcy ills died In .Utm-
phi, T;mt. , on the UStli lut. II'1
twenly-'CVen yeais old.
It in Hhnoii Cameron who aj -:
1 1 11 the a'linlnl-tiutiun nnyhmv." It
will be thoroughly diunneil at llie next
A Philadelphia!!, named Joeph I'.
Wagner, has been niTesttif and held in
$1,1)00 ball lo aimwer at emiit for at
tempting to commit tiulelde.
W tin :u. mi lliy imlc , iriinmin trrv t
ilmn (leriilcroini ni' of lrai Stiii
IUiikIuix iimt IiIkIhmI,
ia llie llii Ihoii illi-st.
l.vnvinK mil lh rct
-The M-hooner Ida l.iwi-, of Xew
York, liuc-.tuii, maxtcr, while cioMlng
llie Hra.iis 'e Saiitiago bar, struck, mid
will probaMy prove a total Ipss. .She had
a cargo of hides ami wool for N'cw Vork.
The New York Sn wiys that John
Morii-cy leu the support of the woik
lug men lu llie Kourih Senatorial Di
li hi, and believei there i nothing lo pre
vent his election.
lung vtiiiinm leiiiriidi to lii- pow
erful domain well iloased with his vi-ll
to Victor Kumniiuol. In liUcpeceli to
the Uermatt l',irlianiL-ut he cxpreptd Ihi
opinion that peace in Kurope wa- in
jured. Ills oillelally announced that tin
Crown nince of Germany will come to
this count! y next summer os a lcllor lo
the Cenleimlal inhibition in I'Jiil.idcI
phla. .So will llieKiuperoroi I!rail.
'.eniine die now," said old fciiiiltli.
who liven 011 on llu 'n. H. I've lived
lo see the tlnie when it tal.'u.s thlrly-llve
yards of c.illker to mike the old woman
1 dress. I'll go home and djed the plan
tation lo the boy-i and git ready to pam
In my chips."'
Un thcoveuhig ot the Mth the Key.
Mward Woolsey Macon, a hon of he ol
I'lltoii nototlety, was installed as pa-tor
of the Congregational Church of Spring
field. The sermon wii- delivered by the
Ilvv. Leonard IS icuii Itiin-.ell. The at
a'lid.inee was very large and the exei-cic-s
The Joueboro WaselU says; "On
Wedne-day evening, (Jet Mr. John
W. Urear, of ihe .Muriilovboro Iwtrprn.
den', and Ml- S. Jennie Sowers, of UiW
place, were milted In the holy bonds of
wedlock. The happy couple have our
best wishes, and we hope the bride will
like .Murphy Mioro as 11 residence."
The suit of C. U. G'utt, proprietor of
the Cardilf tiiant, to recover $50,000
damages from I ho ilo-ton Herald, com
menced theliSth. Auarllcleln the Herald
In November, 1."j7:i, (pielioiicd Ihe genu
Ineues of the giant and pronounced it a
fraud, hence the suit.
Mr. II. (i. Ackerman, employed as
an engineer mi the Government works at
Devil's Island, was accidentally drowned
011 the 2111 hint., while sounding the
river. The body has not been found.
Decea-cd was about twciity-cl;;ht years
old and luiiuiiriled. lie wa-i uee li n-i-peclcd
in the comiiiuiilly.
On Wednesday night, at half-pa-t -even
o'clock, a severe earihipiake slunk was
felt In .Memphis, Teiin. Itcemed to ex
tend directly north and sunlit, and lasted
at least three minuter, beln pi ceded hv
pieinonitoiy spasms fifteen nihiules.be-
Ibre. In "rineh," Ihe northern part ol
the cily, It was e-peclally .evcie.
-The friends of the I'rlnee of Wales
Me doing all In their power, it would
H'ciu, to lender hi, visit- to India a pleas
ant one. They aie even oll'erlng to bet,
luoidcr to inplic him with a cheerful
disposition, thai he will be assassinated
betnre lie gets back home.
Julian Magnus, a personal filend ol
Gerald Mti-"oy, flic poet, addive a note
to ihe .New Yolk U,:ij,hi,-, lu which ho
denies thu lepni t that Massey has become
In-ane, and states that he 1 busily en.
gaged upon the "Ill-tory of Myths," am!
expect', when he gets, through, to come
011 a lecturing lour lo the Culled Stales.
Massey N ouo of tho-c cheerful siiliitual
luualles wiio believe that the air Is llllid
Willi Invisible loafers In a spirit form.
Occiuloiially the editor or tho ,eu;
sees aj.lrunken man lu I'adueah : "We
saw llie di unkest man' on l.oeust street
to-day liiat we have seen In many daw.
The poor fellow was trying lo walk on
both sides ofthe street at the sauiu ihn,.,
which feat Is- very dlllletilt lo perform, 1
peelally when the head and hg, are not
acting In perfect harmony, The hist we
saw of him ho was standlm.' on the
scat of his pants on the pavement."
A ,ew oik police olll"er, Charles
II. MelCeu.Ie, has just been discovered lo
be one ofthe survlvorontic lxhuudied
wnrrii.i who made Ihe fbolMi clinrge on
thi' Kti-.-i.Hi guns at llalaklava. He
bears- the maik ofa Russian saber cut on
hU head, and wears a Ciluiean medal
whl. h nuen Victoria pinned upon hl
brea-f with her own royal hands. Ills
grandlather eiiine to this country with
the red cod, and was with Paehcuham,
the general who led the liiitUh against
the Immortal Jaekon.
The P.nhieah Xeirn, .peaking of lieu
O. .lone' chances for Congrc. and the
envy of the stupctulnu McCartney,
say: -McCartney may as well quit
making inn of lien. McC. 1 envious and
splieltil about thU matter, ami we enter
our prote-t gaint Mae's ri.lleule. Again
we say, lien. ). Jones Is the coining
man. lie 'an beat Ilnrtzcll. utterly,
Crebln, Jodi Allen, or any otherman for
Congit-. md there Is no u-c saying any
more aboii! the matter, f ten. O. Jone
or Congn-s ! Jewhllllkeiis 1"
The ( amil Timr i-xpOM1 a bold
fraud: "A coiiploof tlrad-bents, repre
senllug iheiii'i-lve a agent ol Ihe Amer
ican Insurance Company, were around
hist weik.fclicillngnutogrnphof someof
our Crangi i friends. I'e similes "f these
weiv -ooii appeiuled lo us ninny notes,
which weie i II -posed of readily nt a slight
discount to two of our cltl.ms, who mo
out about $'m on the trausnctlon. lh
wnii ol olIy-longiiiMi strangers sho n'k
you to sign your name to nny document ;
for there I no lelllu- where or how your
i;imiiire may turn up
, .... -i .
t.oernor I 'oiler, of leniioitne. hn
ippolnU'd a full delegation lo rcprpccnt
t'natSlnte in the South ro I'nciilt! railroad
eoiiventlon, lo b. held in St. I.ouih in
N'ovembcr next. I he ll-t emlirincs the
IlillllC ol AiCMI-i. T. II. IJim-Vi.'s, of Jone-
boro; fi. C. iinimnage. of Knowille; II.
A. -lames, of Ohattauoog.i; (,. It. Ncal.
of Ithea county; Colonel I'.. W. rule, ot
Xa-hvllle: I.. It. .Myers f Columbia:
J. 12. Jarnor, ot Sprhiglluld : II. I', ( aid
well, of Trenton, and 1,'oMii-ou Topp
and I.x-Governor I. ;. Hani-', ol
Governor Hevendgc appoint
following (lolegaten to the Convention
which will meet hi St. I.uuls on the
of N'ovembcr, to take Into consideration
Ihe leaaibilliy of b.illillng a Southern
I'.iuille tailioad: .1. I). Cnton. i.'hleagn:
T. I'.. HUckslone, Ciileago ; J. M.
Wrflker, Chicago; J. M. Uoughis, Chi
cago ; George At moiir, Chicago ; 1'. V
Hinckley, Chicago; I. I.. Cable. Hock
I'lnml ; Jcmc S. Iliidrup, lt:lidere;
Thomas Snell, Clinton; T. .1. Carter,
Sprlugllcld; C. A. Hecchcr, St. hotiln;
Win. lteddlck, Ottawa; A. A. Glenn.
Mount. Sterling; Franklin Maite. Wat-
seka; J. .M. li.illey, Frceport; W. II.
Harlow, Klliiighaui ; George W. I'arkcr,
Charleston ; Chauiieey Hardin, Mon
mouth; S. Stnat Taylor, Cairo; W. C.
1'l.igg, Moro, and the l'rt-ideut of the
IVoria Ho.ird of Trade.
Ailillllolllll lli-t.UU 11I IJk- I.i'ilii'ii
tdirlll .'lorriir ( llu-lis Ye! In llu
K...is) C'll'V, UeloOcl' L's'. The Jvitr
hul rciiorlcrt'.'iit to f.envenvorth to lu-
u-tl-ale Ihe eai; of Ml-s ill.iekwell,
whose body va found in the liver there
ic-li'Kiay, lain ui returned. The tie-
crlptioli ol' l.er in-rsoual ajiiienr
nice, a- telciiranhed bv Die
Associated I'rcwt last nlahl. Drove-
to bo correct. I'tiper- found on her jier
oll Identify her a- a former house-keener
tit. die i.eiaint iioici, 111 uili city. I in:
p:is Miokcii ol wa- to :i condiie'tor, im i
-li'iied i;. I,. Limy, who : iniineil
one ofthe propi-ii-lorn of ihe I. -laixl flu",
tel. The i-lieck for bafii'lfe w.i- a loeal
check on the Kansas I'.ieili.- ratlw.iv, and
supposed to be from -ome point near
Topeka, Kati-ii. Hie had evi
dently met ilvatli bv violent
mean--, having b. en snuek' aboyc and
nacK ol the njjlit e.ve with a blunt hi
i.,...i 1 ii... .111
caiHlny her cyi; to protrude
o protrude. She wu
well known and much esteemed lu thi
city. Slie left here la-l April tor Culifor
mu, 0111 weni 10 un- ix-flilenee ol a msr
near Topeka. was In thu city aain I
Inly. Capers and leitcr found in he
trunk, it is tiiniii:lit, will lead to the di
covery of how slie eamu to her death.
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I'm- iin- .:ni!tii oi; ocio!i-i-.
IJurlnt'the lever sca-on of last month
tne Block ol Ayer s Ajjiic Cure hi llu-Uld
-Mi! til Mate liccaiiie e. lalliUed. and In-
fore a supply could be received from Lo
well, llie Millerliiy llom clillls and fever
oceanic n-aniii. . nnv jiartfe- weie so
lorumaii- a- to liawi It on hand
anil In Iredell county, iho dnij;.
irints cm 11 0111 ineir h e n er hoc ;- iv
-I'llinj.' !- - -a -poonliil each for a dol
lar. .Main p.in lun dollars lorabotth
wlien llu- n-'iilar iiriee Is but one, ami
thought Iin m-elves favored at that, s(,
valuable i.re tlie curative properties
01 un- pn paranon, which not omy ex
pels 'he piii-011 1V0111 the syMeni, but
leaves tin- paiient wllh uuhupalied health
aiiu viyor. iioinnh (a. (A) filamlnnl,
LYNCH Cc HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
I on sai.i:.
Several good Carnis and:i,0(X) iicrcisof
unhnproved l.aud.s In Alexander county
--"IV'liili.iV liluoU" noil "Winter'
-A lare uiiniber ol dt-lrablo lfe.l-
detices, mill excellent vacant Lot, sulla
hie lor business liou-es mid to-l(Uiicv.
Winter's HJock- unliable for
OMIlc- or Hiisiuess rooms cheap,
Tenements nuiubeieil 1, 7, S anil 0. hi
Inter's How, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), SI- f0 7 looms.
Moro room In "Cllot llou.-r ," lately
oecnpleil l,y A. llalley.
- A ileshablo Coltn;ro on I'opular
street, nuar Thlrlecnlh .-licet.
I'pjicr floor ol'biilldlu"; next to Com.
nen ial (Wavorly) lintel.
Two small Homes west ofTwenty
ccoiid etrcut, near Cine, $ om-h per
iHvellln house on Twelnii, near
Walnut, (I moms, for SjlU per month.
Ihtlnc58 liousu on I.evce, near Sixth
"licit, lately occuiiled by Cm-k, CoJe
luau iV Co.
roit iii:.si:oi! s.vmo.
nuinbur of I,oU on Lcvue, above
Twelfth street, oubudo lire lhuils. Also
a larj;o number of other l.ot- hi tllflt-ivnt
Lands In hurt n mi. w u ( ,i'io.
s K tf
s saw si ftssa i) a c m&ssi
ixIo Grasshoppers, N oProughl
Tlie All u de mi l I'.h,!c l!:iilm.'1 .1 . 1
lc oil I n; tni.tr i i.iu tileC" 'plrlilel
ritriitiiu I net i" '"MitliWi - u in Mi--mi i. w liti-n
)iu-i', i nil Hie k .ii i.iii.-ft i.f ifo'nl nml lie illli
cllllillo, plrmy ni'u i.ln- intre whIii , I itr
nml r.nil Hiitnmf'i . nml ln.r! 11 '1 tinlil im r
Vtrr tr.itH'ii iiliii ."h fr.un ! f.mii.l.n Imel
rlivu:ir, ciiiitiiliiliiK in.i 'ti'l'ioiictf-. in' ti
nny n lilri-".. -Milnii-il nnn Hii-win.: Hi"'
huIiI nl nnult H-ritil. Aitilrern
A I.. l)i:.NU, l.unil (JomnilMloiirr,
"-utli I'ourlli vrW, t UitiK l
AGENTS VANTE0 FOR Tlif
nr ruts 5 1 ?
IHU I Uil I W1 U. s?,
Ilieun:il iiiii-ir tin t. llnilllnK InM-iry !
CHr i-eiint ij IniiK--- tlii-tlh" ln-le-i .cllliik' jioi-1.
Mfru:ii lust. I'r-mla'ii i.m r Kin line lii-lm i -eiil
i nilnji nml l.' -ii.'i--villi n lull ur
collllt -it II'iii1Viihi-IiIiik cniliil I cnti'linhil n lo
lirnliiiu. -i-tnl for n lull (lewrliili.-ii milru
terms I-- AkmiIh NATIO iAf. I'tJIII.I'IIIM.
ni., l mm,-., nml m lfiii ..
Si" " ,!
Airr it W0llt.ll (llltltl
Till 1. ,V ( t)., Augii tn.
$0 fln m"
mniiih lo tm rtile n.cn mulw ..
cvn) wnen. HH-iii 1 1 . i a i -
l: .-lult ll'i'i, i ,ii-
l'ASY, I'j Mii liiitnti m.-niic, ( hlrsito.
lor lli ("ly run- 'if i-wtal lioiilili- i-nminnti
In the ymiiiir mid iiiill!i--,ircil .Ni tvi.u., ini-n-
.... 1 .... ..-1.... . .1 1.... I...,. ..r
. 'II Ull-I JIIIJ -n ill i'iiii v--.i-.ii, - n Hit nun IM.'l
' nwi.-v. inim intue in.k. -ir-n.im.t. .1.
xltit- -MlillKv-i-t Itfli! nrilM-.n nl ulim, mill
Ihi-r il.-.i'li r- nl IS'- in 1 "imi-) -ti-iueiiiii..-,ii-iit
on ( 111 f ' i - llu'. it t IihI I.
llu- ilnlity .( lie-
'U 111 A 11 s 1 1 1 1 K -1 1. 11- Ii.
A.I.I. Hit. I..
( un innittl, O
Alii 1 ts l.ii llu
In I e!hn I'i it
I'lll-ktiK' in om
mi hi It i-., ni .11
fi -lii-'t-s i-ni r. 1
'llll . H it j..t. 1
1 I. m'.rj . Mu'i
.1,., . ra-tll',
Ki.uihi iiy , .X . .
nw A W I I.K Buarant.Kl to tn.ilc jii I
f 3 li-iiule iii.'i 11, In tln'ir liutilitN.
( .--I-iintliiiiK to tr it r.irtiruur
111! CAM Mil ll
lu DO Days in A 1 Stocks.
My System i Safe, Honorable A Simple.
C'.iiMiihlcl Mont l'lTi- in All.
v. it. wi.kK,
Mik..s I- nihl
nan'i r. i?k liimiitwRv , .
ml -1, l.l.it the N . 1 M.-i-k
sttrt In fftOtfJ.IT'toyothpttH!.
lloon & CoraiMio,
xX ' IS All -, '
al ('hdritiutir. M-4mrliri.
uuil Muriiimn (.l.nl. rliouiiig how i-lrt.i-r m-x
limy fi--limn i.ir',ln i!,e lute anil C-lii.n ..i
nny iKinnii.e) i-ii lii-tntlr WUi.iu:
Il in.ul " 1 1 -lit-, limit A (11.. ijisj. 7ih .
(-I..S'l'S SviiiiIpiI f.i sell
'.x iii-H- liixiitioD, ris nt
in i ofKinit VhIupIo vyvrr-
1 V lilliHt iiruflli. 1
nxi tiM. I I'IIII I.M Iii.ijWN, lwrl,!ii
".V Iti-iiisllor.v m I'asliliin, lli-iiiir(i
1 1 ln rated .
KonciiH or inn di.kss.
lhc li:iz;irl edited Witt, contribution
oiiic anil talent Hint we -i-ldum find Inauy
jinn uu ; nun un-jiiiirnui !.(. 1 14 tap ,m 1
ol tho grtal wurld of f.n.lilon. lio-t n Tiav
The lUz.i- 1-oinineiidn't-clf to every mi 111-
I mi II I lilt- IIOUMIIIOIU MJ 1110 ClilKlri 11 l.
.fu..ll .... I ...... .
111 un nun (jreiiy ic uien, to 1110 ymtnjf i
(lies hy ii la.hlou (iljte- in onnlein arety
10 ino prnviili nt matt on ux it natti r lot
thu cliiHreiiV el t'.es, to lmtcilamilln hy
'il 1'ixiirious dro h(dl' ous. Hot tlu-
1'- -j:i-ii'.i iur eiiiiiiniiioroii siTntii r.
I 'JlS Xy
...v-,..--. i'.ijm:, iiii. Hi;(l!iri'l
a wide iiopulor;iylorth-flreii(l(jonjoyuii-iit
it aaords. .N. V. Kirnlm; Co-t.
Harper'fi IlKzar, one yenr..,.$ 00
1'our ilollaM liK.Ill'les plepsyiiient of V
S. postage hy the imblMiern.
Sulisc-lptlnrs to IIur;ier'H Mai,aliic
Vi eekly, and H iznr. to one ad(lreK lor on
year, I0 00; nr two of lint per'.- Ccrloib
tal.s, to one addres for one yea- i 00
An cvtra copy f t-Hltcr the M izitic,
V, eekly, or llazar will uu miii11u1 f-rntl,
for every club of live fubycribcm at ft 00
each, in one retnlttiince ; or, eophis fm
(iO 0-1 witlniiit extra enpy ; postage free,
ii.ii.-ft iiiiinners can tie -iipiii'tl nt
. 'flic h.ivon vnlumeii of llmicr's Hnzar. lot
mo years i-os, oil, '70, '71, '7'.'. '78. '71. -
;irn ISO's, oil, -to, ',, '7'.', -73, '71, il
canny hound In green nmroceo cloth, wfl!
in ruin ny exp'em, H eight prepaid, toi
i mi each.
2Lij".s'eViii!i!iers arc not to mm- lliln mi.
vertlK-metit without the express eiders of
Harper A HrotherH.
lUlilre.miAIll'Klt.v. llKllTHKIlsi. N. V.
"Ifniliii-Hllniiiimy ihe Ih-i -nslniiirit
""in nie mini ill ino Worlil."
NOTICK8 OI' Tlir. CI'.I.SS.
Tho ever lucreasln! elre.tihiilnn ni ti.tu
excellent monthly provoh Its continued
adaption to popular dehlrc-, nnd nnods. In.
dted, when wo think Into how many homes
it iiunoii-uis euiy month, we must eon
Mder It a one nf'ilio educators an well ns
tntortamurs of the public mind, forlu vast
popularity has Iil-cii won hv un ,,,.,,! ...
stupid ifjinllccs er b praved taittts. Hol
'1 ho chat actor which IhN M
and literary eu turo tluit ha kept pace with
Hit has not led tho t linen, should cau.o Un
coiKliiclorn o repaid It with junlllablu com
Pl.icencv. It iiUn minima ilm. . .. .
claim upon tlio pul.llo Krutltudo. "Tho
.Ma'ifazlno has dnnu eood and not ovll ul!
mu najB oi iisiuu. urooi.iyn Jiayle.
Cosiage IVeo lo Mihserlhcre In tho Uiilted
Harper'ii Magazine, 0no year. ...81 00
otiuscripiiotis to Harper's Jlapazlnc,
ccuiy, nr llazar. to ono aildi nsJ fnt mm
year, if 10 CO; or two of llarpor's perlodl
mih, to one addrem for cum vmr on.
postage free. ' '
w ,",.,.,x"'tt,.(!0I'y ol''"kcr Iho Mapizinc,
eekly or llaar wi in mm.li,.,! rv.ii ii
every club orilvo huhscribeis nt $ oo each.
n iltinrniii ii-iii..... i.. ..7..
......... . .... , , ,,, C(,lm.K ,Ur
without extra copy; postriKti (rce. '
tltito" ","","''r', ca" 1,0 slllllcd at nny
A coinpleto tot of llainfi-'s v,ii.n-,iii
!!.,ri1,1'!i.mtiin,'''1,,.'olu,n' 1,1 lll't
lilllillli''. will be sunt l.v ivnr,u, r..,.i,.i..
the expunso of imiclitii-i.i-' f.ir's-i 'A
!i n"li'i1'.,fl8 voll'"''. ')' uia'l, iioslpi Id,
-I 00. (tinlil cams, fur lilmli.,., r.o J
hy mall, postpaid. ' h' '
'ti7 .Miwfpajiurs nro not to copy thlmd-
ITI -enifltlt Wll llltlt till) nvn., ,l. .. ...
Iliirper V llrollicm.
ivuurc.s llAHt'KU & llUOTUUItS, M, V,
I (ii-i-l. 1 - ,v !! I ' -i li Ii--'
I .ol tin 1..' ,n-l .1 1 ii-.-11
I )l iCVlVI' V lit I l l.l- I
I I ill H ll I I
i" i i Ii i f 1 1 1 i Tl!
m LARGE VARIETY AT
a fill? - aw
Washington AvonuG. or tha Leve
- s- "1
TV H 1
azicl wail not be wimout one.
M . Ml l-l. M
wssn to piu'cliase or not.
ilsi d-ib JHii CcJ7 JLaA jfci clT jfftt ja
IS THE PIjACII.
kS 4 Hi '7 -"Wl
Immense Stock of
Fill 1 faiii1 wmi
-COMPIIISG ALL THE
EVJDR SEEN IN CAIRO.
A LARGE, BRAK NEW STOCK OF
Rockvrell's Old Stand, 124 Ooaiuicrcial Ave.'
COAL ! OOAL ! GOAL !
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Tr-inafor
uiiumuimur woou una uuui. JJonvorcu to unv unr
Lou in Narrow Gauge Depot.
W'JOd, 4 foot, pci-rorl
Wooft, unwed, jwr (xi it .......
Wood, mv.'cI and tiiilit, pr cord
Com, our load, per ton ... ....
Coal, our load, miikI iton
Uoai. cr loud, ono-hulr ton
&, ih ..roi"at:AX- wcKjIitb'd.OC
-nxin irentuod CommeroiKl vvuiiie.
Iix5K,sr'' ' " 11
mm tm&smm mm "
1 1 0 f n, WarIrooms .,nopO-k '
C O.E.COR.STATB &. MONROt 0TS
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
.M n . . y
W. MM 1 I A ' w . .
RGER & CO.
yi&c Dioxip'krc 0
J yj igyt&wijj r-i
a Coal Company i
oi uk t'lty,
c Ci ro Si i
; t oo
t I CO
- . OO.
nt.il Saloon (Ml
Ohio Irfivo. at the Cry
und the Compiuiy'o Oi
Hfiti Froraptly Fllleil.