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HMllac UmtUr mm Mir
'Hie people of reninvlvnl, Mtuli
.Innl. UUMckuMMtnd other 8UU In
the Vnlou, will Iw thoroughly arouied
by the lui brought to bear upon their
TO BK WjMCMBEB.
Paulna, tomUrdo and Catalano, the
three Sicilian who were convicted for
ttie murder of Francisco Palermo, In St.
I.ouli, filling to receive n ncW trial, were
sentenced, separately, by judge W. C.
Jones, to.be hanged on the 10th of De
cember.' ' fcn&rle? P.' Johnson, conniel
for the defence, gave notice that the caie
would pc appealed, The appeal wm
Petrr CrosbV'tHe colored nlicrllT of
Warren county, MUsissinpl, who wa
wounded during the partisan lights that
brought Into proinlueacc and notoriety
the city of VIcksburg, has resigned, as
serting that the best Interests, of the, llc
publlcau rrry demanded the step; and
that, owing to wounds received It was
Impossible for him to perform tho duties
of the office, except In name. Governor
Ames" ha 'appointed In CrosbyM place
Y. R. Davol. Ho Is represented as nn
earaest Republican, and will prove true
to his party. .
BEX O. JOftKM MAKI'.M A NOMINA
TION. .lones, of the Msac 'Journal, whom
McCartney put in nomination for Con
gress, says that ho is not going to fcay
who should receive the Kcpublican nom
ination for President, but suggests the
Hon. Shelby M. McCullom as the proper
man for. the JtfpuUllcan party to push
forward fer.lbe. position of Governor of
Illinois. He writes: "Ask any Demo
crat who knows Mr. McCullom, and he
will tell you that among tuc iiepnmicans
of Illinois, he would select him or
nthers, fo? the high position."
M'VAHTHr.Y Ann vakuek.
The Nestor of tlic Metropolis Pren,
McCartney, ha held out a R'd flannel
rag In the acc ol W. II. Parker, who
publishes a lengthy card in the Jlassac
Journal. He accuses McCartney of being
ignorant of the use of quotation marks,
and of general ignorance. In. a portion
of bii article Mr. Parker gives the follow
ing advice to our friend McCartney,
which will strike even the casual ob
server as being very vigorous in tyle,
and denoting considerable bollcitudca
to the, gentleman's Intellectual develop
ment and bis standing for veracity: "One
word more, and I will quit. Ma, take
my :td vies: Learn the use of punctua
tion marks, learn how to spell, ani learn
how to tell the truth. If you can't do
either, sell out to some one who can, and
don't disgrace the cratt auy longer by
issuing such a sheet ascoincs from the
four-story brick called 'The Times Build
ing,' and claiming to be, by your own
language, 'the leading paper of the dis
United State In reference to Cuba nt the
present time Is declared to be one of ex
pectancy, but with positive and tlxed
conviction as to the duty of the I'ultcd
States when the time for energy of aotlifc
.THE ELECTION IN MIMIftNIPFI.
Although it has been predicted that
during the election to take place in Mis
sissippi te-dy, the blacks nnd whites
will conlmence the war of races so often
alluded to in newspaper leaders, It Is be
parties tWMf.&timm ftcfo,
Uatno pHHaWjrra gtii$J$aar$t
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cn possioiy occur Ames ucing n trained
military man saw Oanfc bodlng'jijni
no good Imminent, and therefore acqui
esced In the wishes of the lwst citizens
to disband the militia. That was the
ttrat step toward a peace. Since then a
trace has proraUcdbiothparttct feolliijr
anguine of success at the ballot-box
to-day. We tear Democracy
and Conservatism w will iioV win tlld
civil battle which is of such vital Interest
to them; but wc hope our fear may
prove false, and that ttie parties of pro
gress and honesty may assume control of
a State almost ruined by.tho excesses and
turbulence of the party In power. If
they win, what an exuberance of exnlu
ttou will burst from a people oppressed
and badgered beyond belief; and what
an impetus wlllbe giveno hiboriu the
return of tti bhtck ballots fmtnfnulitorV
to the corn nnd cotton patches of 'the
Mississippi bottoms and prairies.
or peace ittTl'rlcuav
revewtlon4i.it iug pScticatly
ter Mr1.herV Is
an Item cnarglng tin1 Vol t Pick Ajjoney
bread. What'. tliuii'trot limr'loAve of
By the temporary suspension of they
operations of one df thr lireilt collieries
and Iron works near Loot!', ICnglAiUl, on
i tie c'rouuill'aL Die'
1 in this eltyViibouV
nrwnnit nf I In. i)pii-jilnii liK-tiam1. oor.
1 of . omjj U
iliw Avalanche iioUes fun at
tregr; ltalni ilc.iilous to imvrfniibotrf;
jiii('tliinU,tlils card lliosoiiimeaiisr
hagir? .Iniiw yon on
Kltau-nb1 rSlv I 'fit i- mill
u .ffiwpio, with sevoralvoilierV hfn1
llcht. oiken Vehicle drawn by lwolior.es :
tllsb sav yon on 'I'lmrsday liiornlngcios.s-
letg'lelnwan! and Third, nt the corner of
those streets, I "pon each of thete ncea
lons ye looked at vm.U other n second
t'lmrt ' r think 1 have a!d enough to let
you know who I am,"' We do nut think
It will require much mental ellort on the
part nf the man nddiocd to know uho
FRIGHTENED TO DEATH.
On the 21it Inst., in the lower portion
of Masac county, Columbus Mosler and
Sam Durall were cugaged in chopping a
tree. Words of a trivial character passed
between them, when Mosicr took hold of
Durall below the arm-pits, raised him off
his feet, and dashed him down suddenly.
Durall scrambled to his feet and limped
off halt bent, saying "I.um, you have
killed me '." Prostrating himself he died
In a tew minutes. Another story is that
Durall called Moiicr a d-n liar and
threatened to spilt him open with tho
axe, and that Mosicr went uji to Du
rail and pushed hlin down rattier
roujfhly ; when he not up and walked
a few paces, saying. "You have killed
me." A physician named James 1
White was passing along the road
when the suddeu death occur
red. He gave it as his opinion that Du
rall died from the effects of fright
his weak physical condition being such
that he was unable to rally from the ef
fects of the shock. Mosler was greatly
affected over the result of the aflalrr and
falling down over the dead inan, the
tears ctrcamlug from his eyes, lie said,
"Oh Sam, you are dead, but the Lord
knows I did pot intend to kill you.1'
It has been rumored and printed that
President Grant and his cabinet have de
termined on a straight for ward and eflect-
Ire policy in reference to Cuban affairs.
Lengthy dispatches arc now being sent
from Washington as feelers of tho popu
lar pulse. The last one says that the
President regards the dissensions in Culu
as producing effects In our government
wcondlu gravity only to those Uiey pro.
duce in Spain ; and that the continuance
of the war grows mor Insupportable by
the Uaiied Suites. In 'connection with
these oplulon of the President, Is tho
story that unless the Spaniards succeed
io subduing tho patriots by the lint
oi Januarr. the r United . States
will wxoprtn 'the fatter a bclllgeftn
'. inaiftnain will ran in ncr last
and most desperate campaign r U easy to
foresee, because the patriots, the boon ol
liberty within th.lr urasn. will fltht with
rcntwed energy and courage, and thou-
sanus oi recruits win rally to the Re-
publican standard to win lionqrs and un
UdlDKjjiory tt( the liberators' 'f" their
A HITTEB. CONTEST, -r )
A contest, bitter and personal, lit 1U
nature, is being waged In Chicago, be
tween the supporstJnjAtpHestag;'
and the Republicans. -Threo of the
leading dallies .j)f the, tfrcal JVe tern city
are violently opposerl'-oMr.IIcsiiii-Tie
Time, Tribune und Journal. "Tlic
Hon. , John At LogM, rilg'xUV'n
from his hlili 'position oflUnltcd States
Setiator, in Imitation of iud i'nflaWd'huin-
bug, Alcorn, of Mississippi, is stumping
the wards In Chicago In opposition to the
bold German, who fights his political
enemies with Hismarckta'n 'pluck Wd
daring. Last Friday bight a meeting of.
ltepublicans, hiding under tho disguise of
"merchants and tax-paying business
men," held a meeting Id , Far well Hall,;
tnd presented preambles and resolutions
of a personal, incendiary aud insulting
character. The following arc extract :
Wukheas, It is; a notorious Cict that
the present Hoard ' of County Commis-.
bloners is doraliatcd by a corrupt clique
ot desperate men, who have robbed 'the
people of their resources aud now cou-,
spire to retain, control of the treasury and
of the supreme legislative power of the
county by corrupt means, and with the
solo purpose of continuing their robberies
Upon an enlarged scale; and
Wheukas, The construction ot the
proposed Court House will place in the
hands of ths County Treasurer, and at
the disposal ot the County Hoard, during
iuc next iwo years, vast sums oi money
derived from taxation ;
Resolved, That the public money should
not be placed In the hands of auv man
who boldly declares that he seeks office
for purposes of personal gain.
tutoivta, inai nnying nimseii wun
members of the Hoard of County Com
missioners, known to be corrupt, and
seeking to promote their re-election to
scats they have disgraced, Mr. A. C. lies
In'' has forfeited the rcsncct aud contl-
deuce of the better classes of our citizens,
wnciner naiiveor lorcign no in.
jusoitea, i inn ino money oi me peo
ple In the hands of the County Treasurer
ought to be counted, and that It ought to
ne counted uy a man chosen ot the peo
ple and not by a mail designated by the
Before these infamous resolutions
could be put and carried. by tho Repuhll-
can gathering, calling itself, u "tax-pay
ers and merchants meetlnsr." Mr. Jles-
ing, who was present, rose up aud
attempted to speak in de
fense of Ids character. Just then the
cloven foot protruded, and the mask was
cast asuw n nnnori io prevent me ear
nest German from exposing the designs
of the leaders of the meeting. A very
exciung scene louoweu, anu a not was
imminent, the followers of lleslng de
niandlng that he should be heard in, vlu
dlcation of his character and in refuta
tion of tlic partisan resolutions before
the assembly. Chairs and benches were
broken, and some blows struck. The ar.
rival of a large body of police stopped
any further demonstrations on the part
of Heslng and his followers
aud the incendiary men sail
ing under false colors. Although the
resolutions were not properly carried,
the morning papers, In the same unfair
spirit that actuated the disguised ltepub
licans, published then In lull as Indorsed
by the meeting. To-day will settle the
fight, and If the encrgcUv aud honest
German still holds the strong Influence of
former years, we may hear ol Cook
county rolling up for lilu'auoverwhelm
Ing majority. That A, C, Iiesing in au
honest person, no onewho knows the his
tory ol the man can for a moment
George Minor, a young man '11 rear
ot ago, died lu ilurphysboro last Wednes
The Standard a SautAudtr(spcclal an
nounces that Generals Loinaaiid Quesada
have captured Ordnna.
r-lc fcgyptlau Army has entered
Abyssinia. Tho Abyssluiaua arc retreat
ing, ottering ho resistance. "' ' '
The returns t iheiclection, held , In
Cuban Libre confirm. Ihe appointment
iuaue by Conirrcss of Colonel Senor Juan
J, hporelto as President1 of the Hepub-
r-"Comuod6ro Hylllngiiiu," the hit
morons writer, is uamed Carter. He was
the proprietor of a steam bakery lu Cairo
i rencii 'squadron off Toulon, cauirht
nre on me win. and ultimately cxt.loiini
- . ..I r . '
au oa board were saved.
rtThe total eleariilgs of fife Cliicago
banks for the past wek are $21,311.-
308 71, btjiur Sl.000.tt01 Gl In uxcoia of
hose for 'the dorrsspondtng week last
vwr i t.t... . . .
a i... ... i iavm rsHAirt asttc uu .....i.
repuDUCi oi Atuenvu. ine policy oitue aaudni..v r" . 7 """,:ilui
uutUethlnt., say the rtoratlou
Idcnt cvuW h , ' ? w9 Proprietor of steam baker
aud enWli8? taaeI"eBlen' during the Uifter.ptrt.ol.tUe Wa
the only VrtaufnL I ron clad Magenta, the
a?x ' Vlcc-Admlral "comma,
Cuba, and lu his mluduX,! , " ' I
objects of ttaSUie,, CuS.
pect. 'ihe President toes v - ?
or desire the annexation of-Culm & TkI
United StatfSj but ts elevation into ,t
luuS)nderlt republic of freemen, lii bar.
mony with enrselves and with ttie
St. Louls;lji thu fo1lbrlug" sljlif.- "i5t.
Louis Is n great cotton inatkot. 'l'lic re
ceipts of cotton there yeMerday were ?0
bales. In Meni))hhT,v aswu are s:ul to re
late, the receipts were? only a trlllo" over
3.200 bales! "'. "Jf
The Golcond.VJiiiiYi'i iillitde.' to our
senior ns follows : Joiir frionll Jol)u II.
Obcrly, of .the Cairo ltulletin, ha been
elected Grand Muster, of the I. O. O. P. ot
this State. Wdiways"clld :iy that merit
would iqtilriu to the surface, nnd in ot
lcring our, congratulations, wc predict
that the Hrothei hood w lltliavc'n prfipcr
ou year lu his hands.'' .
Thd prevailing notion nniong miners
that si inan e lunot he poisoned by an at-
mosnherc that will support the coinbus-
roncous nyu ! rencii ciieinjsi named (w
eliard, who ha? Sliowil that a little car- j
bonio oxide, whluli may not act upon the
lamp at nil, will -render tlio(.:ilr (laugcr-
-Gen. Petcl'TiVicy. of ireniphl s, Teini.,
lu behalf of, tlic.cltj.eii of- that city, lia
siddrcsscd'ii circular ttbe. military coin-
pauics.Iu tho State, inviting tiieni to a
com'petitlre drilLtd bejield lu McmpliN,
6u the"2id of Sovchiber, th prize trf bc'n
nsmgulliccnt United Stntcs regulatlOirflogjj
and his staft, to roview tlio connlanlee nnd
make tlic award.
Tlic Cairo Gazette, tpeaking of the
recent ' address, - by our senior, lietore
the. Odd i'ello ws, says: Tlie absence
of the editor of this paper precludes the
possibility of jrWing Jo JIr. Oberly'.s lec
ture tolhe Od'dFclTowtvIn the Presby
terian church, on 'i'neiday last, the mede
of praleit so rlelily deserves. All w'e
caufcay aboht.it'ls, It was just what .Mr.
Oberly's lectures always arepeculiarly
his own like him, and altogether unlike
uny one else.''
The earthquake shook up the people
ol Murphysboro. The Km says: "It
fehook the Era otllcc, brick block, which
' i . .
causeu our uevii a uair io raise anu pusu
his hat from his head. The quake was
immediately followed by a terrillc rain
and wind storm, which lasted some three
minutes, thoroughly drenching every
thing, and causing great Hoods of water
to run down our streets in u solid mass.
The storm soon quieted down but u
steady ram tell for some hours."
The St. Louis' Times "goes for" liret
Hartu's new nowl lu tho following mar
velous style: "It begins clear cut aud
statuesque. All of the old lire Is there.
Even as early us it. Is, here and there as a
scam of gold in a lead of sliver, the sadly
grotesque and the pitifully inournlul
pathos of the man runs through a para
graph or Hares up suddenly at the end of
a period." Probably Uret has given this
reviewer one of his lnournjully statu
esque, grotesque and pitifully pathetic
blasts, aud he lecls bad about it.
Wc extract the following from the
Cairo Gazette : " 'A Fashionable Folly'
by Mrs. Wardner in tht Presbyterian
church, on Tuesday evening last, was
listened to by a large audience of intelli
gent people. Caustic and lull of tart-
llng facts, the lecture was not calculated
to make the author of It as popular as a
less forcible and more llowery discourse
would have done. Few of us like to bo
told of a folly, 11 it be ours, even though
it be a fashionable one. Mrs. Wardner
lias, mcrcioru, me Kratltieatlons ot a
duty well performed to sustain iter
through the trial of a temporary unpop
-The Chicago Journal, speaking ol
the invulnerable Hesing, and Friday
evenlnjr's mectlnir, says: "The Staats
'.eltuny must think Its readers are very
great tools. It declares this morning, In
Ilcslug's behalf, that the merchants'
meeting last night was a meeting ol 'Pit
ritaus' and 'temperance, fanatics,' who
denouueed 'the Dutch.' The Germans
of Chicago must know that this is a false
hood. There were many rcspcctnhltiitu
Iness men of every nationality at that
meeting Germans as well as others
who must know that Hesing aud his
Sinai y.titmiy are falsifying the lad
about that meeting, most abominably."
Governor Joe Pow-ne-uo-noihu is
afUr Gibson, agent for the Usage Indians,
with a sharp stick. Gibson i.s lliu agent
who was so beautifully whitewashed by
one ol Delano's investigating eoinuniteei
a few weeks ago. Pow-nc-uo-pojhc inadu
i spcccli to the commlsiloiici'.s during tho
uvestlgalion, completely cxpo-cd Gib
bon's rascalities and tyranny, but It was
ol no avail. Now Gibson Is caught run
nlng an extensiyq corner grocery with
the funds of tho Osages. Here is a chanco
for Senator Chandler to show up hi. own
houesty, by kicking this I rami ol an
agent out of his position
uomtnlsMoiiei;, dimui, oi ino inuiaii
bureau, says tho Indians reported as cic
fcatlng our troops at t. Hays, arc a
baud of seventy-live or one hundred
Cheyenno warriors who nearly a year
ago.,yero declared outlaws. They stir
rendered to thu military last spring and
were placed nt the Cheyenno agency
fclltlran off one morning ami, regain
ing a quantity of ilrc-arms, which they
had secreted before surrendering, lought
the troops from behind sand-banks all
The Metropolis 7Vim, altera repo'c
of fifteen voan, has let fly n righl-liuuilcr
at Jones, of the jn'nal: "The editor
of the 'massae Journal' Is flattered by
the pulls the Cairo llultelin and Gazette
have given him respecting his candidacy
for Congress. We do not blauio him.
They arc handsome but it will prick Ids
piidc a little for him to know that those
notices were written to burlesque him
and get n laugh at his expense. Still
Jones Is happy when ilaltercd, no matter
kow mu2h the llatterers laugh nt his
gull-ability.' fJeo here, Jonc", don't
you believe a word of It. Wo said that
Ihe editor of tlic Timet had, in a spirit of
envy, mcniionnd your inline for Congresi
on the republican ticket ; nnd that no
stronger man could be brought out of
.the Republican fold against our candidate
of the future, llolh Mme Harrell nnd
liouton saw the point of tills n!.vrtlou,
nnil iiffrccri wilh u in that particular.
Thu Jaekou County Era speak' in
its columns of presents recelvod by the
editor's accomplished wife: "We'tucd
to have a kind feeling for Mrs. Mcffiiiiv.
but wo now wish that she had never
lived In this town. Among tlic presents
Mrs. McGiiiic gave thu bride was a piece
of furniture familiarly known asn potato
smasher, but Mr. Mo. labeled It, 'head
ache stick-, to ue ueil exclu.-ively by tin
Druie. it u a valuable niece of
domestic furniture, indispensable; so
. ii.. i . . .. ....
.;ijs .'ii.-. nuuaris. ' men ho com
ments on other presents received by him-
elf : "I rom our mother-in-law we got
one feather bed, onu hair mattress, two
largo pillows one bolster, four linen
sheets, four pillow caes. two blanket
six comforts. on worked bed spread, six
linen towels, one dozen napkins, a large
walnut bedstead, handsome, an elegant
bureau, -evcral large picture;, framed
two rich lace curtains, aud lnanv other
tilings too numerous to mention. Hut
first and greatest (we don't mean that
she Is overgrown), a girl about the size of
Mrs. Kobarts. The man that don't like
Ids mother-in-law is a liar. Them's our
sentiments-, coincided lu with Mrs', liob-aits."
es null jreslilejicei.
Tvnnv jt. trntirr rvtc
leal Estate Column
Several good Farms niidit.OiK) notes of
unimproved Lands In Alexander county.
Winter's lllork" and "Winter's
Hon'."- ' .
A large number ol deirablo Kt'sl-
deiiiv, and e.scellent vacant Lots, nulla-
ile lor bilui'ssjiousc
' 10 It I
Winter's lllock suitable lor llotil.
Olllee or Ilifluc" rooms cheap.
Toneini'iits numbered -1, 7, Sand l, In
Winter's How, 5 rooin each, for $10 per
No. 10 (coiner). 12 uO rooms.
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied hy A. nancy.
A delrablc Cottage on Popular
street, near Thirteenth street.
I'pper lloor of building next to Gum
mcrcial (Wnverly) hotel.
rwo small llou" west nl'Tenty-
second stivet. near Pine. $1 each per
Dwelling hnii'-e on Twelllh, mar
Walnut, ! rooiii'i. for $12 per mouth.
llu-lneJs house on Levee, near Sixth
-t root, lately occupied by Cros Cole
man & Co.
A nuinberof Lots on Levee, above
Twelllh street, outside lire limits. AHo
a large number of other Lot In dllleivut
Land", lu tracts to 'tilt, near Cairo.
the troop.s fromueiiijiKtKirjdiiks
day and udso61l'Uv5i7!eic
They havi orov rtemselyci t bo'hard
fighters, and tho commjssioner considers
itoi great importance juat (.they sliouli
now be thoroughly whipped and subjii
Kated. v j n t
, cr-A:woiian'itiitucdii)ora puDli'al'ies the
r.,ii,..i.... i i r"i
lutiuniuK L-iini.iu mu i.t-aTcinvorill jip'
peal i "1 do not know your name or ad
ZACH. TAYLOR'S TOMB.
l'lic Loiiir-Xt-Klt-ftrri Iti-slliiu-l'lncc nf
llir t.x-PrvMUIriil C'lircil lor ill
IFidiii tlie IjiiUylllc LnlfiT,
It was with pleasure that we mention
tho fact that tho long neglected tomb of
'resident acnary i ayior lias at last re
ceived the attention of considerate rela
tives. A number ot workmen at the in
stance of Mr. Kichard 11. Taylor, ot this
itv. a nephew ot General Unylor, have
been busily engaged for several day past
ivinir the lact restln" place ol our
tweltth l'reldent a presentable uppear-
Tho work havinir reached coinnictlon.
a reporter of the Ledger last ceniug paid
n Ult to tlic Taylor cemetery, about live
miles from thu city, on the lirownsboro
iirunlke. lo one wuo Had seen this
llttlu city ot dead, some months ago, thu
change that lias lately been wrought
would scarcely be credited. The iron
gate that bars the intruder from the
rounds lias nccn ronueu outs rusty coat
ing, and now, in it? covering of newly
tainted blaclc, presents an inviting pres
ence. 'J tie narrow wait to i ne presi
dent's tomb has been cleared of Its nu
merous Impediments, aud has been
Tlie rreatcst translormation, However,
has been elfccted In the iuterlor or the
sepulchre. The loose and jutting stones
nave necn proounj irpiiittu, anu wiu
rough front has been ground down to a
smooiuanu poiisncu sunacu. -ew eartn
has been placed in tlie cavities, aud thu
summit lias neen cleared ot thu quantity
ot briars and brambles which covered It.
A glance at the scene around informs the
.stranger that tender and loving hands
have been employed about the other
graves in tlie Inelo-ure. Mounds that
nave not noen visime lor years now ap
pear undr the shadow of spotless mar
ble slabs, aud here and there a slowlv
wlthcrliiz floral ollerincr tells the tribute
tlie living have paid to the honored dead.
Having tn ms possession a key or the
President's tomb, our rcnorter entered
the marble portal. He found himself In
a room of solid masonry, about eight feet
square, ine rciiccuori ol the last sink
lug sun cast a mellow light Into the chilly
apartment anu uitciosed two collliisou
cither tide of the entrance. They wero
constructed ot stained poplar, and rested
unoti inarmo oases, i nu onu on the leit.
which contained all that was mortal of
tho Kentucky chieftain, was wrapped in
n black oil clotli ; the other, on thu left,
held ths remains of his faithful consort.
At tlie rear of the room Is a life-like bust
ol General Taylor, in plaster of I '.iris,
reared on a pedestal ol the same material.
it lias grown dingy Willi ag, anu, owing
to Its damp resting place, Is rapidly be
coming a victim to TIiiiu's ravages.
un leaving me scpuicurc our reporter
noticed that thu Inscription, which bel'oru
was almo-t obliterated, had been brou"ht
out lu bold tcllcf. It reads:
Hou.v -Xov. ai, 1771.
Dun-July 0, 1BW.
Mr. Taylor and his assistants deserve
much credit for hilngliig about tills long
desired change, and wu know that all
who revrro thu memory of the valiant
general, extend him their hearty coin
It la tli purpose ot this gentleman to
make an ellort lo have thu remains ol
President TuWnr mid those of his father.
Colonel Itlclmrd Taylor, removed to the
.Afr.t,Al 1 (.... . 1. l........fV.,
Mitrj juk ;iouiiU3 ui iuiikiui i
t'orilbo Month IJ Oclobor.
Illlrllifr tlio Lnrtr.il tt' lfief tiw.litli
the Hoc;. ol' Aycr's Sum Curu lu the Old
.oiiu mate iiecamo exuausieu, ami ne
fore a supply could be received from Lo
well, the sullcrhig from chills and fever
became fearful. A few parties weio so
jununsio us to nave it. on naud,
mm in ireueii county, ino drug
Hiw-tKci out tneir sienuer siocks ii
Drunkenness Cured !
Wllliout ImuiiM'iilruci'.at join liuiur Anil
dote wnt fuv lii miy lulling s oil moipl uf tine
I' II. IIL'lillAltl), M II.
lan:icr Si. l.oula Iiulirhitit lluril il.
Oilirc-llll ullTcSlrrct.M lul-10-1
Opium or Morphino Eaters
("Hint without luiln or Itironsrnli'iuc! h! ynur
Iiuiiii- In 10(1.1 , Miilk'IiH'sfor Hot tlni-o WitV
irRitiai-nt tent fucto any mMirff tin K.'cJfW
llreiloll.ir. SUlt niiiiiuut u-cl ilailv.
.i!.ll(i, K. II. III'llllAIlIi, M I.
Mjua-rr."it. I.unii Inubri.ite It. tilx.
fini.itin oiisc-tti, m. iajuIi.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relict for young men from the
ell'eet of Lrror.s anil Abuses in early life.
Manhood Motored. Imprdliiieiit-to Mar
riage removed. Xuw method of treat
ment. Xuw aud leuiarkable remelii.
llookband CireiilaiY ent free, in fended
envelopes. Address Howard .Wocla
tion, lit) N. -Vinth iti.-et, Plitladelthla,
Pa. an Institution having u high lup.u
tation for honorable conduct and profes
sional sUII. &-'Jl-dwiu
selling do"es a snoonliil each for a tlol
Inr. Many paid ten dollars lor a bottle,
when tho regular prleo Is but one, and
thought themselves favored at tlTat, so
TftUiablc aro thu curative properties
ol this" preparation, which not only ex
pew rft.hu poison from the system, but
leaves the patient with unimpaired health
miiu vigor. )M if ija (iY, c.) Ntumuml,
IN LAHGE VARIETY, AT
Washington Avenue, or the Levee.
Feather Dusters are indispensible
articles at nome, in wie store, in the
shop and in the office. Every good
Housekeeper knows their value,
and wm not be without one. We
are selling them CHEAP to suit the
Call and examine, whether vou
wish to purchase or not.
IS THE PLACE.
J. BURGER & CO.
Still Ahead, as Usual
This Firm has just brought
an Immense Stock of
Fall h Winter DryQoods
COMPRISING ALL THE-
NOVELTIES OF TI1:B SEASON
WniCII THE' OPiTIR AT
AND WHICH HAS CAUSED THE
Large stwU ladie' fiiruihiuggftod,
to ho cold very cheap at llanny'-.
.Shawls and t'loak- of all the late
styles ranging from tlic chcnpei-t to tin
finest. .1. I'urger & Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, and
ait' alile to undersell any liouc in tin'
city. Call and he convinced.
Don't fall to fee that haudomc line
of l,adicj' Ties and Itihbonsat .1. Ilurger
Tho-o who need winter boots should
call on IS. .lone-i, Commercial avenue.
His stock ot I'ruiieh and Domestic calf
hklns is the best in tlie market.
Large stock clothing to be sold out
without reccrve, at C. lhimy's.
Our Domestic Department Ii complete
in nil its details, aud wi!l he sold ehcaper
thancver. J. IliiniKit & Co.
Large Mock of woolen goods, tlan
neli, Iinseys and .sheeting llauucN, very
cheap, at C. HannyV.
I'or Kmbrolderlejd I.aee.s, go to. I.
llurger it Co.V, NoP-M Couiinercial inc
IS. Jones, the Commercial avenue
boot-maker, can fiirnl-h you with tin;
best pair of boots to bo found in the city.
Ladle.', misses and children's under
wear at very low prices at J. ISurger A
Tlic finest stock of dress goods, con
sisting ot Cassliuerefi, llniprcss Cloths,
Diagonals, Mohairs, Poplins at J. ISur
ger & Co.'s, 121 Commercial iiveuuc.
Large slock gents' furnishing goods
at very low prices, at C. llanny's.
For great bargains lu FluimcN, call
on J. llurger ic Co. '1'hey have tlio best
assorted stock In thu city, mid sell them
at UitonUhiiigly low prices.
Largo stock dry goods, without in
M i ve, ut very low price?, tit C. Ilnnny's.
II you want a good Cii-toiii-iundo
lady's or inl-i's elioo call on J. llurger
terTIIK ALKXAXDKII COCNTY
1JANIC WILL l'A' INTKISKST ON'
dki'o.sits ix Tin: savings dk-
Largo stock of domestic piints, nitu
line, and tickings, at low price-, nt C.
J. llurger it Co. cull ("-pccial iitteu
llou of housckeeper.s and thoe conteni
plating keeping houc, to their largo
fctock of entirely pew carpets aud oil
"cloths. This Is their first season In that
line, and mo confident of suiting nil in
tlio latest design.
Largo stock of carpet, oil cloth and
malting, at greatly reduced prices, ut V,
For cork-soied hoots or shoe, go to
IS. Jones, I lie Commercial nvenue boot
and shou maker, Ho U u firt-class work
man aud never falls to please.
A very largo assortment of (lerinan
town yarn, Hermnli zephyrs, and every
article appertaining to this department.
In all shades and colors, at .1. llurger &
Flue, neat and styJIMi hoxdocd
studied hoots and shoes aru inadu
specialties by IS. Jones, the Coinnii'iolal
avenuo boot and shoe manufacturer.
Clvc him a cull,
EVER SEEN IN CAIRO.
A LARGE, BRAN NEW STOCK OF
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
Rockwell's Old Stand, 124 Commercial Ave.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
COAL! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo Si St. Louis Transfer & Coul Company is ow prepared to
1111 orders for Wood nnd Coul. Delivered to nny par of tho City, ut
tho Lowest Ca3h Prico. OFFICE AND YARD nt tho Cairo 4i St.
Louia Narrow Oaugo Depot.
Wood, 4 ft-'ot. perconl
Wood, Hftwctt, per cord
Wood, Kawed und apltt.'por coixl
Coal, car loud, per ton
Coul, car load, nlncldton
Coal, enr load, one-half ton
I.eavo orders nttF.M. Stocktlnth's.fla Ohio IiiVob, nt tho Cry"tal Saloon, corntr
hlxtli utrcutuud Couiiuurclul Avouuk, und ut the Comnany's Orllcu.
Oi dorn Sulioltod nnd Promptly Filled.
F. M. WARD Supt.
KNAch i AN US,
.DOR.STATC 8c iVlONnUJj uTs
. 1 1 Vii
ONLY $1,25 A YEAR.