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gtataMa Matter Sverj Pa.
JOMT H. OBBBLY, Bdltor.
When Chandler rccclvI the appoint
mcnt of SccreUr of the Interior, It win
believed family quarrel would break
out In the cabinet; but neither It. H.
Briftow, Marahall Jewell, nor Kdwnrd
Picrrcpont have resigned. Therefore,
jack can bo considered one of the cab
The case of Marshall CralnLs said to be
without a precedent In the history of
triali. When he acknowledged to having
committed the crime he was certainly
Impelled to the confession through a de
sire to escape the death sentence, ns no
Judge More, upon whom rested the
poA-er ot fixing punishment, ever In
flicted the severest penalty. It certainly
required strong moral force In Judge
Crawlord, in the face of precedent, to
step aside from the beaten path and deal
with Craln In a manner commensurate
with his cool and terrible crimes.
The Key. Hoffman's trials arc not
tnded. It proved an unfortunate day for
Hoffman when he attacked Prentiss, the
doiuruty general. Although the reverend
wnilpman was entrenched behind an
claitlcal wall. suoDorted on
flsaks by fanatical lh:
, he did
not escape, 'lheol
of a serious cluv
into by an ecclesl
ol Revs. M. D. Ha
W. N. McElroy, of Chaniplri Kobert
Clark, of Winchester ; Grge Stevens,
of Jacksonville; J. A. Kumler, of Say-
brook; J. T. Orr, of Hlllstrtro, and Cur
tis Powell, of Chatham. The trial is set
for the 9th of November, and will be pre
sided over by Elder J.,!?. Dimmit. Ucv.
Peter Wallace "and others will conduct
the prosecution, and Rev. Dr. Davles, of
the Mattoon district, has been retained
for the defense, and, It is said, Is to bo
Miutml hv Hon. Charles H. Steele, of
l.lTTEI.tVft I.ITINU AOE.
The numbers of the Living Age, bear
inir date Oct. 23d and 30th. contain The
Physiological Influence of Alcohol, KVin
burqh IUtiew ; The History of a Pave
ment, Fortnightly Rtciexe ,-Klcglcs, Mack
looorf.. The American Heroine, Mnc-
millan ; Clever People, Liberal Iteutxo
Robert Herrlck, Cornhill ; Strafford, Tan
pie Bar; Russian Xlhlllsm, Stt
urdav Review': The Sceptic, a Tain of
Married Life. Corntilt: cnstalmcnts of
"Her Dearest Toe" by the author of
"The Wooing O't," and of "The Dilem
ma," a remarkably powerful story of
East Indian life ; the usual choice poetry,
etc. With fifty-two numbers, of tlxty
four large pages each, (aggregating over
3,000 pages a year) tho subscription
price ($8) Is low; or Mill better, for
$10 60 any one of the American $4
monthlies or weeklies is sent with (lie
Living Age for u year, both post-paid
Llttcll & Gay, lloston, Publisher.
A TRUE WII'E.
it is estimated that $1,000,000 of the
ill-gotten dollars of lfoss Tweed have
gone Into the bauds of lawyers. The
great misfortune; now to the old and per
secuted fellow is that he Is supposed to
be fabulously wealthy, and a desire to
bleed hiin to the last dollar it mistaken
by the outside world for honest zeal on
th; part of the New York authorities to
punish a criminal and satisfy the cravings
of justice. Jn the old man's (roubles n
faithful wife remains true to him. it is
the same woman who married the ob
scure aud honest chairraakeix ind
who is the mother of Ids children.
Through Tweed's humble tbjys, when he
worked with diligence at; his trade, she
proved a true and noble wife; when
he became alderman, aud on up to the
positions of lawyer, Congressman, com
missloner of parks, buildings and stocks,
State senator, ami the autocrat. she was
the samo constant .wife : when , hU dark
deeds overwhelmed him aud sent him
to a penitentiary for ten years, she be
came truer and fnorc -constant. Now
Tweed, strlppefjrf aUlits honors, wealth,
and brokui In Acalth, is in Ludlow street
jail, and his faithful wife is working,
wlthaheajJulloffearii, to give to her
criminal husband the sweets of liberty.
HoUonlms $20,000,000 of pioperty
exempt from taxation.
-Robert McWadc Is playing Rip Van
Winkle in Peoria.
Olive Logan says: "While on earth,
give me the companionship of men :
women are only tolerable in heaven."
Frank Mayo Is presenting to the
people of Springfield ids great play ol
An Indianapolis belle is noted "for
purity of her character and complex
Ion." -Tho United States Circuit aud DIs
Wet Court, Hland Ballard Judge, will as
wmble In I'aducah on Monday next.
-Mr. Hiram Matin let his horse', run
way with him, and the New York Com
nreUtl AdcertUtr says ho had better 111-
Maim to drive for him.
.. . -
-"urillg me last live month, bnnu-n
Id!" ?m y "'" U, l)0Uliasler of Wash
logs. y P1""1 hmcd 2,222
"lWdnw.i . .
turnlnicfr.iVJi ,,aWe Uo wlilU
other da;. rZZ? (0 Mr t
lnlli,nr,lnn.n,llt,7:',?:V''l2 her back
owner hot by her
Gulbord, wliosc shade .
wily about Montreal, will l,ut.x, ui , .
for burial lu the Catholic
the 18th of Novembcrfttiat being ul(J , '
tUverearjrdfhU death, six years ago.
i no uemoerauc ConycnUon which
on Tuefljr nominated Mr. Duscnhiiry
iorhertvorjcexMiintv. N. u-
exactoi a pledge thai In case of tted
lion the fees In excess of $10,000 per
annum, aflrr deducting nil the expenses
of hl ofllcc, shall ho turned Into the pub
.Mr. Win. Grief-, of .Matigum Lodge,
I'aducah, delegate to the Grand Lodge
I. O. O. Y now in session nt Louisville
has been elected Grand Warden ot the
Grand Lodge of Kohtifeky'foV the ensu
The framcrs of the State constitution
of Alabama have cut downMhc salaries of
State ofllccrs. The reform will save to
A labama at least $150,000 each year. Use
less olllccs have been nbollOied.
Moodv the arrcat revlvnllsr, at one
time (as report has It) wis li street ,car
driver and'aii Inebriate. He ;drank to
such an extent that his employer asked
him togo West, where he became relig
The Emperor, in his speech to the
German Parliament, says: "So fur as
human Judgment can discern, pence. Is
more assured now than at any time dur
ing the twenty years preceding the re
construction! the empire.''
The persons injured on the Phlladel
phla and Reading railroad nt Tuscarora,
on Tuesday, were: -.Michael Fltzgeruld,
llreman; Lanyon. hrakemnn; Henry
Allison. bairirnire master, and Frank Dim
merling, a-piuMMgcr. Fred. Komm, a
. The Government' ii uppc.il from the
Pacific railway decision of last cprlng
awarding the company $312,0:12 M to re
cover transportation accounts, wiisnrgucd
by Attorney-General Pierrepont for tlio
Government, and K. V . Stoughton and
Sldnev R.irtlelt for tho company.
I'he local editor of the Xtate JUgistcr
is engaged In an idyl on a fellow mimed
Reddy. The lollowlng Is a verse from
the production :
1 ' 'Turns mMnlt I ou her Son and downV bed
Tli lovely 'Cricket lav her weary lieu'li
Aim in imt urrums enciuncmt neuiiy nrart
Ittclily. of all tlie world to tier most dear.' '
The Secretary of the Treasury has
given directions for the retirement and
cancellation of $70-1,880 United States
legal tenders, that amount being eighty
per cent, of (lie National Bank circula
tion Issued last month. This will make
the amount of outstanding legal tenders
until further orders $3":,220.21l. The
receipts from internal nivenue were $ 101,-
2S0 73 ; from customs, $002,212 72.
Tho police of Havana arc searching
hoiwcs and arresting persons presumed
to be in connivance with Carlos Garcia i
band or with the Insurgent.". Forty or
flay person, of all classes In Guanabacou
and Regia. and as many more In fcan
Felipe and lU-jueal, and several In G nines
and other places, have hern seized In the
middle of the night, bound, ami marched
oil' to prison, among them some foreign
Adjourned Jlt-clliifr Tlicrcol.
Caiuo, Ills., Oct. 28, 1875.
Present His Honor Mayor Whiter and
Aldermen Halliday, Nellis, l'atier, Rit
tenhouse, Saup, ThUtluwood, Wright
aud Yocuin 8.
On motion of Alderman Halliday, Hie
consideration of tho revised ordinances
was deferred to next meeting.
The Levee Committee made tho follow
ing report, which, on motion of Alder
man Thlitlewood was received and or
dered tiled :
itKi'oitr or i.Hvki; commit ikk.
Vour committee beg leave to report
that they have conferred both with Col.
Taylor of the Porpurty Co. and Messrs.
Cauda and Scans ol the Cairo & St. Louis
railroad company. The Colonel Inform s us
that there Is no existing obligation, by
which the Propci ty Co. are to protect
the levees, and that while the company
is willing to co-operate cither with the
city or Individuals in repairing or re
building the levees, they do not propose
to undertake the present required work
ftione. Messrs. Cauda and Searls say, re
garding the contract between the R. It.
Co. and Property Co.. that they never
proposed or expected to contend against
the wash of the river and consequent
caving of its banks, that they only agreed
to protect the levee rrotn general waste
and wear and wash liom surface water.
They gave to your committee two writ
ten propositions, both of which we sub
mit together with this report. As the
only sure means of speedy protection,
we would recommend that the Council
take immediate steps towards having
erected a good and substantial levee, of
such length mid in such location, as will
protect beyond doubt all present and
threatened breaks In the preteut Missis
W. P. Wmuiii,
C. F. Nklli,
Committee on Loccs,
The Cairo & St. Louis railroad com
pany w 111 give to the city of Cairo or to
the Cairo City Land company, as may be
desired, the sum ol $3,000, to be expended
in the construction of a new cross levee,
the same to bo occupied by the railroad
company when constructed, for track
purposes. Said company will agree to
keep the said levee lu good repair, except
from a cutting away of the foundation
upon which it shall bo constructed.' The
new levee to bo constructed a sultnblse
distance from the old one to afford a rea
sonable probability ot protection until
such time us tho government shall be lu-
duced to act lu the premises.
second Hiorosn ion.
If tho city will extend Cedar street, or
any other convenient one, to the crossing
at u convenient -point for tho railroad
company to connect, and give the railroad
company the riglit to lay Its track ou it,
the railroad company will grade the
street, and lu addition give the $3,000 to
i) expended on the levee.
Alderman Halliday offered tho follow
ing resolution :
iUtolvul. Tl iu! IliA f!nnimlt ton stu I ait.
n,,lJ 'h"y are hereby Instructed' to
repOlt tO I h U (Vlllllfll lit llm ,.nrll,.C(
thU Council at the earliest
I'l aCLH'JIIilCh a .1... . . . ... . .
Ulan iv ;Vi """Ult-IH "IOH ICI81UW
tile MI.iIm ,. l',,'"--euvu eiiitjuiimicill
I'OwiocMca m conanuAed ni will
sure to our people entire protection from
overflow in case the old embankment Is
not restored, and for additional security
Ifemtorti). together with'. the probable
COSt Of lilt! construction men cuiuauh
Alderman Nellls ofleretl'an amendmdnt
strike out the word ''on the MUslsslppl
river side or the city," which was adopted
by the lollowlng vote:
Ayes Nellis, Patier, Saup and Yo
Nays-Hallldny, RlttPhhotise, Thl-tlc-wooil
and Wright 1.
There being n tie voto the mayor voted
Vote wa then laken on the ieolutlon
Ayes-IIalliday, Nellis, Patier, Rlltcn
house, Saup, Thlstlewood, Wright and
Alderman Saup offered the following
Whehka. The site of the city of
Cairo was hud out by the Trustees of
the Cairo City Property company Into
streets, lots and blocks, with a proposed
levee surrounding the situ of snhl city, to
be built by the said Cairo City Property
company, of eighty feet upon the top,
with a Slope oi one toot in nvc on tue
outside ot eald levee; nnd.
Wiir.nr.AS, the said Cairo City Prop
erty company published to the world
and purchasers of property In said city
that they had contracted with the 1 III
nols Central Railroad Co. lor the con
struction of such levee, and that
tho said. Cairo City Property
company had contracted tmir wiicn :u
Icvlu was built, that they would protect
such levees from the wear and abrasions
of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers, there
by making the property of said city
secure irom ovcrnow irom sam rivers.
Wiikkkah, Upon the lattn oi
the Inducements so held out,
large purchases of property have
been mado In said city from said
Cairo City Property company amount
ing to more than $1,000,000. ami Improve
ments made thereon to not less than $3,
000,000, nnd that Improvements have
been made by said city to more man
000,000 more; and,
WHERE ah. saici icvces nave not occn
built, und whereas by subsequent con
tracts and agreements the Illinois con-
trarrailrond has been roiea'eii irom me
building ol said levees, as originally de
signed, and lor a consideration received
in lands ami money uy uio sam .airu
Cltv Property company t nnd.
WiimiHAS. A pretended contract lias
been made by the said Cairo City Pro-
net tv company wiin :nc iiiro ami bi
LouU railroad company for the protec-'
tlon of such levees ns have been built
around said citv : and.
Whkhkas, The levee on the Mississippi
fcldu of said citv has been washed away
by tho current of said Mis-ilppl river
and all the property oi said cuy exposed
to danger from ovcrllow ; and,
WiiKitKAf, The said Cairo St. Louis
railroad company is a new, weak and
bankrupt corporation, aud unable to
protect the site of said city, no difference
liowwilliug they maybe lo do so; and,
Wiikiiuas, It becomes the imperative
duty ol the city of Cairo and the property
holders therein to protect themselves and
thylr proieity fiom the threatened dan
Resolved, That n committee ol three,
toscthcr with the mayor of this city, be
appointed to select some one of the cross.
streets oi tin-, city noi neiow j wcniy
second street, nor above Twenty-eighth
street, and cause an estimate to be made
ol the probable coit of llllhig such eross
street to u grade with the Ohio and Mis
sissippi levees aud report the same to
this Council for its consideration.
Ilesoleed. That in cac tho street se
lected shall not extend to the MMisslppI
levec. steps be' taken to extend such
street to an Inter.-ectlon with the Missis
sippi levee, by condemnation or other
wise. Alderman Nellis moved to amend by
Inserting "Levee Committee." Carried.
Alderman Nellis moved to Insert "not
above Thirty-fourth street.
Alderman Halliday moved to strike
out the word "pretended" hi Alderman
Saup's resolution. Carried.
Alderman Halliday moved to strike
out the word "bankrupt" in said resolu
Alderman Patier moved to extend to
Aldei man Thlstlewood moved to strike
out all words lu reference to cross streets.
ote was then taken on the resolution
as amended :
Ayes Nellis, Tutlcr, Rittenhousc,
Saup, Thlstlewood, Wright and Yo
cuin 7. Resolution adopted.
Alderman Halliday was excused from
Alderman Wilght moved the Finance
Committee consult witli some law linn
relative to tho right ol the city to Incur
further indebtedness. Adopted by the
following vote :
Ayes Halliday, Nellis, l'atier, Kitten
house, Saup, Thlstlewood, Wright and
Mr. Searls the attorney of tho Cairo
& St. Louis railroad being present, Alder
man Wright moved lie bo invited to
make any remarks lie might wish rela
tive to the levees, further than the
proposition offered by his company. Mr.
Searls said lie believed ho had nothing
further to say, but thnt the Cairo & St.
Louis railroad company was ready at auy
time to co-opcrato with tho elll.ons ol
Cairo or tho Cairo; City Property, Com
pany towards repairing the levee.
Ou motion ot Alderman Patier Council
adjourned to meet Monday evening
Nov. 1st, 1875.
W.m. F. Axlkv. City Clerk.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) HuUh,
Yaluednt$85. Will be sold nt $20 dis
count, on good terms, ami ordered direct
from the factory,
Colored und mounted Maps ol the
cltyof Cairo at S2 50 each (halt price.)
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
cliiuo valued nt $70. Will lie sold at $10
discount, and ordered direct from tho
A $00 Remington Sowing Machine
$30 oil for cash. Suitable for tailor or
hoot and shoo manufacturer.
"Picturesque America" 18 numbers
bound In 2 volumes, full gilt Morocco;
a stylo "K," "Clough, Warren &
Co.'s" Parlor Organ, tight from tho fac
tory at uetrolt. List price, $300. Will
bo sold for $200.
A HOW tWO-horc riiimlitn wntmn
For nny of the above articles, apply nt
uv uvi.t.bii.- uiuce, r., A, JSUIl.NK'n,
A UmiKor llorr.Tlitrvr UUrotrretl
MM Nrvcrul Arrentetl.
(ScUl niinlcli lo llic Ulobc-Peiiiocrat.l ,
Dks MoiNfl.lA.. October 29. For some
time It ha been certain that a wcll-orsrau-
ized gangot horse-thieves and plunderers
existed In this State, aud that there wns
communication with .Missouri, Kansas
nnd Minnesota. Recently depredations
have become frequent and daring. Head
quarters, It was evident, were scattered
along through Luc.t, Wayne, Warren.
Polk, Hoone. Hardin, aud other
counties in this State. A few days
since a woman was arre.-ted for oine
crime, nnd It was strongly sus
pected she was In some way con-,
nocted with a irans: ot thieves. During
the examination a young man named
Pomcroy, who had also been arrested,
but released for want of evidence, nt-
nttcmptcd to secretly convey a letter to
tne woman. The act was uiscovereu ami
nn cflort was made to procure It. but the
woman tore it into fragments nnd threw
It away. They were gathered up and
pasted together, when were dlclo.-ed the
uames of several of a gang of thieves.
They were promptly arre.-ted, nnd one
or them. Sehuvler llawlev, of Ackley,
"squealed," disclosing the names of
uearly a dozen more, scattered all.tlirough
the State to the .Minnesota Hue. Reed,
the leader, escaped, he having stolen
some horses, and was pursued by
a posse of citizens, on the
day the disclosures were made, at
Iowa Falls. Three were caught in Har
din county, having hi their possession
live horses taken from Hamilton county.
They also hud harness, saddles, and other
plunder which belonged to parties in the
southern part ot the state, it was a
most formidable ami expert gang, who
have stolen nronertv tothu value ol' linn
dreds of thousands nrdollur. 'i'liey had
agencies established lo llielr plunder,
niter changing, so as not lo be identitlcd.
OIISCKNI: MAIL MUTER.
A case was before the United States
Circuit Court, at the present term, Judge
Dllliou ou the bench, in which the plain
tiff was brought up lor sending through
tue mans posiai cams containing vile nuo
opprobrious epithets against another
man, designed 10 injiiro ins reputation.
The court decided that such nn net was
not n punHinble offense, and that It was
the duty oi.inc postmaster rcciving such
cards to destrov them.
Railroads in Iowa have no rights which
juries are bound to respect. In Boone
t ircuu court at ine present term was a
case in point. Iu June last J. M. Wise
hart got on n freight train without a
ticket. The conductor put him off. In
accordance with n rule of the road, which
Is the same on all Iowa road that passen
gers must procure tickets before getting
on a freight train, or the conductor will
put them oil. This rule Is posted iu all
ticket oflices. WUchart sued the com
pany lor damages. The court Instructed
the jury that the company had the right
to make the lule, ami the conductor the
rl'dit to elect tho pas.-eni:er, uslujr only
such force n was necessary to do so if
the pa-!cngcr resisted. The only ques
tion was was the plaintiff injured iu his
removal? Of course the jury thought lie
wa. and gave him twenty-live dollars,
although he walked off the train, 'lids
is the first cao under this rule of roads.
i'or;tlie f onlli ulOet otter.
During the lever season of last mouth,
the toekof Aycr's Ague Cure In the Old
Noith Statu became exhausted, and be
fore a supply could be received from Lo
well, tho suflering from chills und fever
became fearlul. A few parties wete jo
fortunate as to have It ou hand,
aud In Iredell county, the drug
gists eked out their slender stinks by
selling does a spoonful each for a dol
lar. Many paid ten dollars for a bottle,
when the regular prleo Is but one, and
thouuht themselves favored at that, so
valuable are the curative properties
of tills preparation, which not only ex
pels the poison from tlte system, but
leaves the patient with unimpaired health
and vigor. JlaUigh (.V. C) Standard.
WAMii.Nfiio.v, D. O. October 2'J. A ic
port received by the Secretary of War
from Assistant Surgeon V. R. Hubbard,
Medical Director of tho Department ot
the Gulf, dated New Orleans, October 2.1,
announces that the progiess of yellow
fever iu that city up to the 2.id, according
to Information had from the Hoard of
Health, wa as follows : Number of cases.
81; number of death, -10. There had been
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 11,000 aero of
unimproved Lands in Alexander county.
"Winter's Iilock" and "Winter's
A largo number of desirable Resi
dences, and excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for bu-lncss houses and residences.
Winter's Block-suitable for Hotel,
Ollices or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 1, 7, Sand 0, In
Winter's Row, 5 rooms each, for 510 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 507 rooms.
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. llnlley.
A desirable Cottage on Popular
street, near Thirteenth street.
Upper lloor of building noxtto Com
mercial (Waveiiy) hotel.
Two small Houses west of Twenty-
second street, near Pine, $4 each per
uwctiing uoiuu ou Tweiith, near
Walnut, 0 rooms, for $12 per month.
Business house on Levec, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man & Co.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
number of Lots on Levec, above
Twelfth street, outside lira limits. Also
a largo number of other Lots in dlllerent
Lands, lu tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Drunkennoss Cured !
Without hicoiivinieiur, nt your home, Antl
ilote sent free to nny iuIiIimo on receipt of one
I'.ll. IllJlill.Utll, M. I).
MMiiugcrSt. l.otiU fnclirlntc Hoilit.
OIUcc-MM Olive Street, St. IjuIs.
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Cured without jinln or inconvenience, at your
home hi tOUityB . Mculcines for llrt three wU'
'treatment sent free to any address ou itcclitot'
live dollars, filulu amount uteri duilv.
Address. t H. JIUIIBAItlJ, M. D.
.Milliliter St. Louis Inebriate Hospital,
Oftlce-lllioiluticet, i l.utiK.
Large stock ladles' furnishing goods,
to ho uold very cheap nt ('. llnnny'fl.
Choice cranberrle nt the ew
Don't fall to seu that handsome line
of Ladle' 'lies and Ribbons nr.l. Iturger
-Thoc who need whiter boots should
call on R. .lone, Commercial avenue.
Ill" stock ol French and Domestic calf
skins i the Ix'.-t lu the market.
Large stock clothing to bo sold out
without ro.-erve, nt ('. Ilanny's.
Our Domestic Department l complete
In nil Its detail, nnd will lie sold cheaper
than ever. .1. Ri'noni & Co.
Large stock of woolen good, llaii
nels, llnscys and sheeting flannels, very
cheap, nt C. llnnny's.
For F.mbroiderlos ami Laces, go to.l.
Iturger A Co.'s, No. 121 Commercial ave
nue. 11. Jones, the Commercial avenue
boot-maker, can fiiruKh you with the
best pair of boots to be found lu the city.
Ladles, misses andclilldren's under
wear at very low prices at J.Uurger&
The finest toek of dress goods, con
sisting ol Casslmeres, F.mpress Cloth,
Diagonals, Mohairs, Poplin, at '. itur
ger A Co. , 121 Commercial nvenue.
Large stock gents' furnishing goods
at very low prices, at C. Ilatiny's.
For great bargains In Manuel., call
on J. Iturger & Co. They have the be-t
assorted stock lu the city, and sell them I
at astonishingly low prices.
Large stock dry goods, without re
serve, at very low price, nt C. IlannyV.
If you want a good Custom-made
lady's or miss's shoo rail on J. Iturger
fcarTHK ALF.XANDKR COUNTY
RANK WILL PAY INTKRKaT OS
DEPOSITS IN Till: SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT. Large stock of domestic print, mus
lin, and tickings, at low prices, at C.
J. Iturger & Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers and those contem
plating keeping house, to their large
stock of entirely new carpets and oil
eloth. This is their first season In that
Hue, and arc confident of suiting all In
the latest designs.
Largo stock of carpets, oil cloths and
matting, at greatly reduced prices, at C.
For cork-soieti boots or shoes, go to
R. Jones, the Commercial avenue boot
and slice maker. Ho Is a tlrnt-elass work
man ami never fails to please.
A very large assortment ofCierman
town yarn, IScrmali zephyrs, and every
article appertaining to tills department
in all shinies am! colors, at J. ISurgerA
Fine, neat and stylMi box-toed
stitched boots and shoes are made
specialties by it. .lone, the Commercial
avenue boot and lioc manufacturer.
Give him a call.
J. Iturger tfc Co. have now on hand
the most elegant stock of 2 and 3 button
Kid Gloves ever brought to this city, and
are determined to sell them tit remark
ably low figures.
Obstacles to Marriage.
happy relief for young men from the
effect of Errors and Abuses in early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
ment. New and remarkable remedies.
Rooks and Circulars sent free, in sealed
envelopes. Address Howard Associa
tion, 410 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. an Institution having a high repu
tation lor honorable conduct and profo
slonal skill. S-2IhIA:Iiii
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjriHE HULLETIN la publiahul every morning
(except Monday) In the Ilulletin llulldlng, cor
ner Washington avenue and Twelfth street.
Tun Hcllktih Is strTnl to city eubscrllH.rsliy
faithful curriers at Twenty-Fire Cents a Week,
payable weekly. UyMall, (Inadrance), $10 per
annum six months, C three months, 3j one
month, (1 I'i.
TIIE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
l'uullnhed every Thursday morning at tl 25
pe: annum, invurlably in advance. 1 he postage
en the Weekly will be prepaid at thU ofllco, so
that subscribers will obtain for a subacrlptlon
rice of $1 n yenr.
Uuslness Curds, per annum, (30 00
One square, one nBertlon, i ou
One square, two insertions l so
One square, one week sw
One square, two weeks 3 W
One square, three weeks, 4 uo
One squte, otic month c oo
One square, one insertion, m,l no
tach subsequent lun-rtlon, 60
O"0ne Inch is a square.
dTo regular advertisers weoa'er superiorly
Uucemcnts, both as to rate ol charges ond mau
ner of displaying their favors.
Communication upon ubjacta of tren
oral lntereat to the publto aollcited.
0411 llnslnets Letters should bo addressed to
C'wlro lliillelln Coiiipnny.
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MATJBTW T A TWO under 43
tl, a .VAiUl, 0 U wish. St, 'ijSflaroU, lai,
IN LARGE VARIETY AT
Washington Avenue, or the Levee.
Feather Dusters are indispenaible
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
wisti to purcnase or not.
J. BURGER & CO.
Still Ahead as Usual
This Firm has just brought on
an Immense Stock of,
Fall & Winter Dry-Goods
-COMPRISING ALL THE-
WHICH TnEY OFFER AT
EVER SEEN IN CAIRO.
A LARGE, BRAN-NEW STOCK OP
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
Rockwell's Old Stand, 124 Commercial Ave.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
COAL! COAL! COAL !
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Transfer & Coal Company ia ow proparcd to
1111 orders for Wood and Coal. Delivered to any par of tho City, at
tho Lowest Cash Prico. OFFICE AND YARD at tho Cairo ft St.
Louis Narrow Gaugo Depot.
XjjcetT ozr raicEa. ; .
W oil. 4 feet, per cord - 3 60.
Wood, Hawed, per cord - - - - "4 OO.
Wood, tawed and apltt, per cord " 5 22'
Coal, car load, per ton ... ...... $3 OO.
Coal, car load, alnitld ton
Coal, car load, one-half ton ... .... 1100,
Leave ordota at JF.M. Btockfleth',C2 Ohio Levee, at the Crystal Saloon, comar
Sixth street nnd Commercial Avenue, nnd at the Company's Office.
Orilera Solicited and Promptly Filled.
3T. M. WARD, Supt.
J AS. S. XjAXTE, Soc'y eft Tresis.
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ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
HAS CAUSED THE