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30XMK. OBBBZiY, Editor.
Tlic followhisr illptch fi-om Mr. Win.
n. McCardlo. editor of the Vlcksbnrj;
Herald, to Mr. W. M. Williams, of tlih
city, Indicate tlwt tlioUcniocrnts carried
MlMliilppl In Uic election In tltat Stnte
ViCKHnrmi, Nov. 2, i8it.
To AV.'M. WlllUnu, Ctro
Advices from cvury quarter of thu atnto
ajjure lis or certain inumpii.
' Wm. H. McCAItDLK.
Vicksiiubo, Nov. lS't'i.
To Mr. MT. M. AVIUUmi-
Tim vlctorv Is ours. Hoth Houses ol
tliw Legislature unquestionably Demo
cratic. We carry Warren but can't give
IVm. II. McCamu.i:.
the r.x-vnv.t: ihhiti:r
On the nlsrht of the 20th, In New Vork
at Hllwrnlan Hall, John Morrlssey maile
a speech, which he closed with the fol
lowing language : "1 am no candidate
for oftkc, but have been compelled to
come forward and champion your rights
It 1 for you to say whether 1, as well
the others On the People's ticket, shall
win. This Is your Ihtlit. If you do not
assert yourselves now unci cieieai me J
tl,l. ...... "itw,
John Kelly, you have nothing to hope
for In the future. I only represent the
principle. I am lighting your battles on
u Democratic platform. I am against
Tammany Hall as now constituted, and
so should you be. You can win the fight
If you will, and Avhcn the sun goes down
on Tuesdav next you will either be vic
tors or slaves lnr the ld
anco of your lives." posides
Morrlssey, many speakers ol local
note in New York addreswd tho large
and enthusiastic assemblage, among
them being tho noted Colonel Henry A.
Glldcrslecve. When MorrNscy attempted
to leave the room he Avas greeted with
loud and enthusiastic cheers, and the
Avhole meeting. In a body, escorted the
trladiator to his canla-re. The mine
pluck that sustained him In the piio
ring asserts itcl( in political life. As a
prlzo lighter, he shone as a brilliant
light, both in Atactica and Kuropc; as a
gambler, America has never produced a
bolder one ; and a a politician he Is com
mencing to dictate in the political capital.
This man was eurely born to hUcee. d.
TBXAH AND MKXll'U.
Texas and Mexico are commencing to
realize the fact that their interests arc
Identical. Tho old spirit of hate Is glv
ing place to one of kindness nnd frater
nity. In the railroads that arc designed
to Join the prosperous State and the pro
gressivc Republic, the citizens of both
sides ol the ltio Grande sec a link of iron
that is to create trade and tralllc mill
clent to enrich tho Inhabitants of both
Texas and Mexico. The lattcr's trade
and wealth, which has sought other mar
kets, through numerous and expensive
avenues, will bo diffused by the railroads
of Texas, making a speedy and remu
nerative return (o (lie dealer and
trafficker. For years the UIo Grande
frontier has been a Eourcc of trouble to
the United States and Mexico. When
the first train of cars crosses (lie turgid
and rapid current of the frontier river, It
will carry with It the ubiquitous Yankee
who will push the desperado into the
river with the remark that he has no time
to fight ; and when It returns it will bring
back the polite Mexican gentleman who
has only seen the. rougher elements of
our American civilization clad in buck
skin trousers, and ornamented with pon
derous, clanking spurs. We look for
ward to the opening of the proposed
highways as an auspicious time, fertile
with benefits to tho pconlo of Mexico
aid Texas, and tho Avhole people of our
HBiTiftii qi'aktk7.tF iii:vi i:tv
Thls magazine, for October, repub
lished by the Leonard Scott Publisliing
Co., 41 Barclay street, New York, eon
tains as follows :
The Atomic Theory of Lucretius.
The Poetry of Alfred Tennyson.
The Etruscans and their Language.
The Boarding Out of Pauper Orphans.
The oblcct of the essay on "Religious
Art," Is to ascertain "the truth about tho
relative positions, attributes, and powers
of art and godliness." On the ground
that art is the labor ol human bauds,
whereas ''religion is an aspiration of the
aoul," of which the bauds aro ignorant,
It Is contended that art cannot be relig
ious. "One great aim of Lucretius. lu the Dc
Ittrum Kaiuru, vaf to set forth the selcn
title truths of Ibu llmo ; uml Hit vuluu lu
the eyes of science now lleslu Its full and
exact statement of :m ancient theory
which the latest experiments confirm."
The Atomic Theory, which tho present
article fully explains, did not originate
with Lucretius, but is attributed to Kpl
cuius, and was taught by Dctiibcrltus,
who died d. c. 350. Tho creed ot Lucre-
ttui U pronounced to be substantially tho
same as that ot the modern materialist.
Article III. begins wlthuicvlcw of
"Quen Mary," and branches off Into a
notice of Tennyson's other poems, their
meriti, defecti, and popularity, and the
probable permanence of the author's
poetical reputation. '
The paper on "Tho Ktruscaus and
Uilr Language" U chiefly liitcrcillng to
pbilologUU. a coutaliif a careful com
parlson ot the llieorter of Dr. Corssen,
who believes the Etruscan to be an lu.
dialect, and of Mr. haae Taylor, who
clalmi tkat It It of Ugrlc derivation,
Theeaaayon "Modern Necromancy"
point out, "that while there is imitile
testimony as to the occurrence or i,ht
Bomena lnexpllcablo according to the
(send order and limitation or organic
lift, the study or these phenomena tint
0t adTMiotd ouiglo step beyond tho
establishment of their objective re
ally ;" that Ha Mudy ! attended with
lUadvantugc and danger, and with ic-
siills that are absolutely unreliable, nnd
that modern spiritualism U Identical
with ancient lu'cronmncv.
I'ho only biographical notice In this
number l a sketch of the life nnd works
of "Isaac Cnsaubon," n representative
cholar of the Mxt.'enth century, who,
living at a time when Catholic power was
In the ascendant, lound his progress con
stantly checked by liU tlnn adherence to
the Protestant faith, which the constant
efforts made by his Catholic friends lor
his conversion Avre powerlcs to over
come. Manv liitercslinir details arc
given, with extracts Irom Caauhons let
ters and Journal.
The periodicals reprinted by the I.eon
art! Scott Publishing Co. (11 I'.arelay
street, N. V.) arc as follows : The London
Quarterly, Edinburgh, Westminster, and
British Ouarterlu llevtcws, and i"v.
,mo,V Manaiinc. Price. SI a year for
any one, or only $15 lor all, and the pos
tagc Is prepaid by the publishers.
All adlourned session of the General
Ai'inli!r of Aikansas convened on
A narrow-gauge railroad to connect
l.UtleKoek and Hot Spuugs has been
A baud of gypsies, tilling ten wagons
n.issnl tliroiiirli Louisville, lis:, en roule
to XuHon coiinly.
A woman of lll-r.iine, named .foaie
Warner, commuted Milelde In Omaha on
last Sunday evening.
A force of 1 ,S00 Turk was defeated
while attaining a strong Insurgent posi
tion tik-nt' Zubl. The loss of the Iuur-gi-nrt
In killed and wounded was only
Tw I'itll MitU (htsclle publishes a
special telegram from IJcrhn, in which It
i, Milieu mat ... i
about proceeding formally to cashier I
Count Von Arnini from the public er
Is staled that the Imperial government Is
Tho libels of Henry C. Ilowen agahi'l
the Brooklyn E'iyle, Its editor, Thomas
KhiM'Ilu and .lames MuDermott, reporter,
claiming damages aggregating S2."jO,0(Ki,
have been set down for trial on Novem
Alter inakingoiie speech in Pittsbuig
Governor Allen turned his back on Penn
sylvania and went home. The Pittsburg
l'osl explains that a difficulty about
counting tho vote In Ohio compelled Mr.
Allen to hasten to the score of his defeat.
Correspondents wonder why North
ern newspapers me sentimental over
Stnuotvall Jiieksou, "tho secessionist."
Correspondents ought to be satisfied that
if a Northern bullet killed the secession
ist It did not destroy the fact that lie was
Tills time it Is Admiral Porter's son
Essex who has been invited to take a
fighting position in the dominions of the
K'hcdl vo of Egypt. The other day It avus
General .loo Johnston. If the Khedive
keeps on getting olllecrs into Egypt there
will be no room for common soldiers.
P.eavls, whoso particular form of
madness Is an Idea that St. LouN is a
great city, doesn't ehargo anything for
Ills work hi behalf of that easy-going
community, and t lie result Is that he is
without money and at times "exposed to
actual Avail t."
The very patriotic I'orney, who
seems to be uniting the Centennial busi
ness with correspondence for his paper,
in a recent icl tor fro w Loudon on slang,
endeavors to put lu u philological protest
against thu misrepresentation of Amer
ica lu regard to her looso expressions
and slang idioms'.
Caiiyslu says there may bo a courage
uhicli is the absence o I fear. There Is
also the courage which Is tho result of
excitement, and manifests itself lu the
preseiieu of crowds. Such bravery falls
immediately below true courage. The
great masses of the raeo aro dependent
A little book has Just been published
in Paris entitled "Terpsichore," the pre
face to Avlifcli is from tho penofM'lle,
Rita Saugallo, tho premiere iliinwise of
the opera there. It maintains that men
tro "absolutely indispensable" to the
ballet, and should not be supplanted by
women in male attire.
Twenty-live plates for counterfeiting
money avcio lound buried near Cenlralia,
hidden by Driggs. Washburne, Chief of
tlic Detective force, paid the lortunate
finder $500. Tho engravings arc said to
bo of the most superior character.' It Is
supposed that all thu plates aio now in
possession of the authoiille.
Advices from Cape Palmetto of the
lltli of October state a Llberlan force
of U00 troops had attacked some uatlvo
villages, but Avcrc repulsed and obliged
to ictlre, losing twenty-four killed and
wounded. They also abandoned three
ei'inoni. J he disturbances result Irom
thu Lihcriau law prohibiting dlicct trade
between natives and foreigners.
Monday morning about 7 o'clock the
boiler of tho locomotive attached to a
gravel train on the Lehigh Valley rail
Avay,exploded three miles uestof Bound
Brook, New York, killing Thos. Coper,
engineer; Abraham King, brakeman:
Win. Thompson, br-akenun, besides In
juring about twenty others, many fatally
All the ears were thrown from the track
by tho force ol the explosion.
ncrgcni nates, aviio ironed all over
creation with tho banner of liberty, Is
beached on poverty Hat, Canada, with
no funds to satiato tho money-craving
appetites of thu plodding and honest yeo
manry ol that frigid country. Ho litis
sold all the stars of thu flag, and Is
now about to lease tho stripes to an
Three blocks lu tho buMuess portion
of Sherman, Texas, ucre destroyed by
aro Monday. Tho telegraph wires were
reported burned on each side of tho of
flee, and tho block, it Is supposed, Avas
consumed. In this block were two banks,
the principal hotel and soyeral of the
largest business houses In tho city. Most
ot the buildings In this block were brick,
though tho best of tho town was gener
ally of wood, and old.
Tin: Jncluon Count v ; has tho
following lines at the head of its first col
umn, In black type: "When you see an
X on the margin ol your paper, you can
understand that you arc Indebted to this
olllee, nnd you nerd not be surprised II
on 9hoiild be called upon by a constable
to appear at some Justice's olllee to an
swer to a complaint of the poor printer.
I'hls l said In goodearneM. 'IJiMneM
Is buslncsV and we can have no more
boy's play about It."
Several pastors In Washington, ol
dlfl'eient denomination, who were ap
prehensive that the Government Avas
about to abandon Its peace policy to
ward the Indians, called on the Piesl-
dent Monday, to express their cmivto
tlon that such n rottr.o would greatly dl
nppolul Hip Christian peoplu all over the
counlrv, and be a blow to the eaiiso ol
Christianity throughout the world. The
President, with great promptness anil ex
pression, replied that he did not regard
the peace policy a failure, and th it it not
only would not be abandoned while he
occupied that place, but that It was his
hope that, during his administration, It
would be to firmly established as to be
come the necessary policy of hi Micccs
sots. In that he might possibly be mis
HlHtor.v ol' Hie Trouble Mllli AkoiiI
Kansas Ciiv, Mo., Nov. 1. The lol
lowhiir aro thu particulars which led to
thu recent uprising at the Osage agency
uml wlilcli iviinc near costll!" AL'eut Cill-
son Ids head : Gibson undertook to dis
tribute thu supplies bought wllii the gen
eral funds ol die trliietosucu iniiiaus
only as hu claimed avcio civilized and
loyal to nun, principally uic mosi ue
praved and worthless of the tribe,
to the exclusion anil neglect of a
large malorlty of intelligent In
dians, oi coiirso those of the tilbe
against whom till unjust discrimina
tion had been madu lebelled against
such proceedings and placed a guard over
the property and the worthies lile of this
arrogant Gibson would have been sueri-
llced had it not been lor tho Interference
0,-, very eh el, and men whom he
,,,,, llUv outrage.!. Um 1!
the lat Indian In the tribe, asspokesi
has ordered Gibson to remoe imme
diately all goods oil the reserve, nnd
unoii "tch'trranhle summons the superhi.
teiidcntol Indian nflalra has gone to the
agency ami will endeavor to pre-erve
pcaco among llio Indians until the dc
lartinent has lime to adjudicate matters
Information at tho agency says that Gib
son was terrified at thu determined and
menacing position of the tribe and
at once dispatched post na.te to
Oheveiuio agency for one nun
died cavalry, and on arrival of this sun
pott he proposes lo force the wronged
Indians into submission to ids outrages
Tho aunearanee of Sunt. Iloag upon the
scene will doubtless (piell Die disturbance
and secure peace. I he Indians are
rrcatl v Incensed and thoroughly aroused.
but their unbounded rcsoect for and con
fidence in Supt. Hoag will enable him to
hold them in check until a higher power
sliail quiet tlic troubled Avaters.
Caiuo.HIs., Noa I, 1S7."i.j
Present His Honor Mayor Winter
and Aldermen llalliday, Lancaster. Nel
lis, Parker, liitlenhoii-e, Saup. Thlstlc
wood, Wright and Vccum 'J.
The Finance Committee, who wore in
structed to consult witli some legal latent
in reference to tho authority of the city
to incur further Indebtedness, reported
tlic following communication Irom Hon.
J.M. I.ausdcn, which, on motion of Al
derman Wright, Avas received and or
To tlie Honorable Mayor unit City Council of the
city oi Cairo :
Gkntm'.mux : Having been requested
by your l'lnancu Committee to give an
opinion concerning tho authority ol tlie
council to provldu means for thu build
ing of a levee or embankment, in thu
westerly part of the city, I beg leave to
submit tlic following :
lu tlic first place, 1 shall assume, that
thu work, or improvement, is conceded
to be, in thu highest degree, necessary ;
that It concerns not only thu general
welfare of the city, but that Its very exist
ence, as ii city, is, to no small extent,
involved in the matter.
But great as the emergency is, loudly
as thu necessity or hutlnet ot self-picser-A'atlou
calls for action, corporations un
like individuals or uaturu persons, must
looic lor tiicir authority to act, and mid
lug none, can tako no action,
liad this accident or casualty occurred
or been i" contemplation last bummer,
when vo annual appropriation oiii was
madu up and passed, you would have no
doubt provided for thu expense of the
contemplated work or improvement, just
as you inereiu proviuuii lor other ex
penses and liabilities to bu incurred or to
accrue during tlie coining year.
There can be but littlo doubt but that
you would have had tlie right (o have
embraced among tho various items of
that appropriation bill an item for llio
erection or repair of levees. For sub
division ill! ol Section 1, Article 5, of the
act ot incorporation L'lvcs you tlie power
"lo erect and keep In repair public land
ing places, wharves, docKs and levees."
Thu uxpendiluro although madu nec
essary by casualty or accident, and
although occurring lor thu first time
under such circumstances, would not bu
uuliko many of the other expenditures of
Ihu city heretofore made, and
hereafter to bu made. It is not uu
llko that lor 1 1 in constructing
and repairing of sidewalks, grading
and tilling of sheets, keeping out, or
prusei vlng ttiu city irom slpo water, and
so lorlh tho question always being, is it
a corporate purpose? doc ft concern thu
general wellaiu of tlie city?
The constitution authorizes thu Gen
eral Assembly to vest "cities, town and
villages with power to maku local im
provements by special assessment or by
special taxation of contiguous property,
The act of Incorporation under Avhleh
thu city Is now organized, lu pursuance
of this constitutional provision, gives
you the power to make local improve
ments by special assessment or by special
taxation, or both, of contiguous prop
ci ty, or general taxation, or otherwise,
as you shall by ordinance prescribe.
Under lids power you have, tlmo after
time, been making local improvements,
making contracts, Incurring liabilities,
uml that too, without any refereueo to
thu limit ol our general city Indebted
ness ; and properly so, wu think; for
although the city, by such contracts,
hinds ltslf forthu payment ol money,
and otherwise Incurs liabilities thereby,
yet such corporate action cannot bo re
garded as Increasing the Indebtedness ol
the city within thu meaning of thu prohl
bltlouoftliu 12th section of article 0 of
Moreover, under tho constitution and
Ihu act of Incorporation, von havo thn
ht to maku local Improvements
hy general taxation, and llio local lnr
provement, in any particular
ease, need not ho upon anvstieei. nvomm
or other public plaeo of thu city; It may
bu situated anywhere lu the city, pthaps
even beyond Iherlly limits; I lie sole ques
tion iieintr, as above stateu, is it n cor
porate purpose? Is It a matter which con
cerns tho general welfare? If It Is, then
tho authority hi thu constitution mid act
of incorporation clearly extends to It.
l nc AvorK in question isaiocai im
provement and can he made by either of
the methods provided lu the act of Incor
poration; ami n maiio oy general taxa
tion, how could It be said to be Increasing
the indebtedness of tho city any more
than if made by special assessment or
special taxation? In bolli cases the city
incurs liability : but in the very act of In
curring liability the means for discharg
ing mo same areaiuiu same nine pro
Aided for. In both eases, when the work
is Cordcred, the ordinance specifies
whether It Is to be made uy special as
sessment or by special taxation of con
tiguous property or by general taxation.
ii uic Avon; wreio no none uy special
assessment, the usual steps would be
taken and ihea'scssinents collected either
for the payment for tho Avork directly or
to reimburse thu city for Avhat It may
have paid on account thereof.
If the AA'ork were to be done by general
taxation the ordinance would so provide,
and the cost of the Improvement would
he added to thu general appropriation
hill ol thu city, ami bo levied and
collected with and as a part of the
general (axes of the city. See section
1(1. article 0 of the act of Incorporation.
It seems to me clear that an ordinance
can bo adopted, providing for Hie making
oi tuts improvement, speeiiying its char
acter, locality, description, etc., and re
quiting the same to bo made by general
taxation, In which case the estimated
cost ol the improvement would bo added
to, or embraced in, your next annual ap
Bui, to take another Aiew of tlie case,
theframerx ot the act of liieornoratloii
seem to luivo had lu iiiiud emergencies
not unlike (his Avhen thev drew tho act.
For while hedging round and
notccling the people irom caro
us and hasty expenditures.
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 rr tlii. rllv niil rii-t in tin. nv.
peudltures provided for lu the annual np-
I ii iijui.tuuii urn, 1 1 icy iieveiuieiess, own
provided that tho city council might or-
dci v a iwo-iiunrs A'ote anv improve
ment too necessity of which is caused bv
any ca-ualty or accident hapnciiinir
alter such annual appropriation bill is
made." See section II, article 7.1
I Ins section invest ho council the lk-ht
to order such an improvement and by
like vote to direct thu mayor and finance
ommltlco to borrow a sull elenl amount
to piovlde for the expctiso necessary to
be incurred in inaklmr thu s.inie lor a
space of time not exceeding the tioc of
the next iiscal year, wliieh sum and llio
interest shall bu added to thu amount
to be raised lu tho next general tax lew
mil embraced theiehi.
Tills authority is full and clear and is
stiietly applicable to Hie matter now he
1 lie ordinance, in sueli case, should fix
the amount to he borrowed, tho noteot
interest, ilctho llmo for the payment of
ine amount borrowed not to c xtend be
yond the first day of .May, 1S77, the end
of the next fiscal vear.
What I have said above concerning the
prohibition contained In Section 11, Art!
cloy, of the constitution is equally appli
cable, It seems to me, to the present view
of the matter.
It could at most be called bid an appro
priation of the revenues ol the city to be
collected, an anticipation of the samu
which courts have not regarded as creat
ing or increasing thu Indebtedness reter
red to in such constitutional provisions.
A very similar question recently .arose
iq tlie city ol Chicago concerning thu
making of temporary loans, (he same to
bu taken up or paid oil' by taxes subse
ouontlv collected. 'J'iie opinions ol the
counsel to tlieeltvamla number of other
able lawyers weie taken, and all concur
red hi thu authority of thu eltv to make
Mich loans hi anticipation ot leveiuifS in
process oi collection, in their opinions
thev elto very stromr authority Irom tlie
Supreme Court of Iowa.
1 his written opinion is larger than It
should be, becau-i! written ha-tlly.
l win oniy uuu mat u would ue a strange
and an anomalous state of affairs that
Avould require the city to sit still, sit si
lent as tho night, Avatelimg thu unceasing
and voracious Hood washing away and
swallowing up the verv buttresses and
foundations of Its existence. Human life,
when threatened and imperiled. Avails
not for the Aveak and slow-paced law, but
Invokes thu law of neees-ltv. which,
though frequently said to lie no law, is in
fact a higher law to which thu human en
actment the lower law must vleld Its
recognition and obedience. This Is com
mon sense, whatever elsu it may not be.
Jons M. I.ansuun.
Caiko, November 1. lH7o.
The I.eveo Committee made the fol
Your committee dc-lru to report lhat
they would suggest locating llio proposed
now levee ou the Misisslnpi sido of tho
city, as ionows : iscgniniiig at thu cross
levee above Hie city, at a point about onu
hundred feet west of Washington aventiu
and running on a direct line
to near llio corner of Thirty-fourth
and .Mulberry street-,
then to llio Mississippi leyee, Intersect
ing same at a point about opposite Thir
tieth street. Wo would further recom
mend that the contemplated leveu he
built about same heighth as the present
one, six feet on top, andtliesloiio on out
side onu to three, and on Inside onu to
two; that It lie built by contract, and
under the Immediate supervision of a
competent engineer. Wo havo
employed Mr. Hely to prepare a hasty,
but approximate amount ot thu
probablu cost of said levee, together with
such other suggestions ns liu might think
proper to maku In connection herewith,
all of which we submit with this report.
.Said projio-od levee, It Is supiioed, Avlll
contain ,o,ouu yarns oi material.
W. P. WinCim.
( ll.MII.r.S I.ANCASTi:it,
'. F. Num.is,
Committee ou l.evce.
On motion ol' Alderman llalliday tho
report was received and tho Ordinance
Committee Instructed lo prepare an ordl
nance in accordance therewith and re
poit same to-morrow night, Nov. '1,
Alderman Wright moved to reconsider
tho vote ou tho preambles lu tho
resolution adopted at last meeting rela
tive to tho Cairo & St. Louis railroad.
Adopted by the following volo r
Ayes llalliday, Lancaster, Parker,
Ncllis, Palicr, illttenhouse, Saup, This
tlewooif? Wright and Yoctini 10.
Alderman Wright moved to striku out
ol .Section 7 all thu words after the words
"Cairo Si St. Louis railroad," and Insert
tho words, "having hilled to comply with
Alderman Thistlowood moved to
amend by hlrlkhig'out all thu preamble.
Alderman Thistlowood moved the reso
lulioii bo laid ou tho table. Carried.
Alderman Wright ollercd the following
resolution which on motion was adopted :
, WuiiiiiiAs, Tho city Is at present In
lested with an unusually large number
of persons commonly called "tramps,"
Avho hang about private JprcinUcs, keep
lug up a system of begging or pilfering,
to ihu great annoyance ami detriment of
many of our citizens. Therefore be it
ttcu';il, That his Honor Ihu .Mayor
be requested to order tho police to lake
Immediate stei to rid the elt vof all such
character, calling special police to aid
Iheni ir necessary lu carrying out such
Itnulcfil. That any and all such per
sons lound lounging about the streets
after being notified by tho police shall be
at once arrested as A'agrants and dealt
Alderman llalliday moved the re
Alsed Ordinance be laid on Hie table.
On motion of Alderman Ncllls, council
Adjourned to meet Tuesday evening.
Nov. 2nd, 1S75.
W. I'. Au:. ( Ill- Clerk.
Drunkenness Cured !
AVItlioiil inromrnlrtirr, nt Jimr Imiiif. A tit I
ilnle sent fur I'J tiny intihesn on li'ieipt of mie
,,n,l"r A,1'"v'"ri..,.L'.lt!ut..,.A. ...
MiiiiurM. I. mill liiclirmle liiilil.
Olllri Ull t'llvr slnt-l. SI lml-.
Opium or Morphino Eaters !
Cnrt-l wlilionl ikiIii sir liicomeniiiiet', nt var
lioinc In loM.iis. MisllHiicKfiirlli-ltlim' wi'k-
treutinilil scut ficoto mi) iiitilms on itrnitnf
lUctlolliirs, Mnti' amount ul ilnily.
.AcMims. P. 1I.HUI1S.MII, M. n.
.M iliu'i'l' M. I.nui IiivIiimIu U'Aiil.ll.
OnW-1111 UllvcMleet, M. I,niK
Obstaclos to Marriago.
Ilajipy rellel for young men from tho
effect of Krrors and Abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
ment. New and remarkable remedies.
Books and Circulars sent free, In sealed
envelopes. Address Howard As'tKiu
lion, II!) N. Ninth street, Philadelphia.
I'a. an institution having a high repu
tation lor honorable conduct and profes
sional -kill. S-il-diwoin
Live Agents Wanted
To tell Dr. Chase's Keelpes: or Infor
mation for Everybody. In every county
in the I'lilted States and Canadas. En
larged by the publisher to IMS pages. It
contains over ;!f00 household recipes, and
is suited to all classes and conditions of
society. A wonderful book and a house
hold necessity. It sells at sight. Great
est Inducements over ottered to book
agents. Sample copies sent by mall,
Postpaid, for $-'. Exclusive Itrrltory
given. Agents more than double their
money. Address Ir. Cha-c's Steam
Printing House, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llnish,
valued at $sr. Will be sold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered din it
from tlie factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ol the
city of Cairo at $1 M each (hall price.)
A No. 1) WINon Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine vaiiK'd nt $7'i. Will be sold nt $I.i
discount, nnd ordered direct front the
A S00 Ileinlugton Sowing Machino
$:i0 oil for cash, fjultablu lor tailor or
hoot and shoe manufacturer.
"Picturesque America" IS numbers
bound hi i volumes, full gilt .Morocco;
. style "K," "Clough, Warren ,t
Co.'s" Parlor Organ, right lrotu thu fac
tory at Detroit. List price, $;!00. Will
be sold for $-200.
A new two-hor-o Gamble wagon.
For any of Ihu abovu articles, apply a
the l'.i;i,i.uiiN olllee. K. A. 1!i;iini:ti.
THE DAILY" BULLETIN.
rpili; UUXI.irriK UiniMfohnl wry morula;
(except Monday) In the Hullithi Ilullcllin;, cor
ncr AVusluuKton avenue anil Tirtlnti Unit
Tiik llctLETiN is Geru-d to city subscribe by
fjllliAd carrhrs iitTwcnly-rivi' Onu a Week,
payable Arukly. lly.AIull, (In wlrunce), 10.cr
annum; lx months, W; three inonllis, 9Jj one
month, il 2j.
THE WEEKLY" BULLETIN.
J'abll!.eJ every Thursday morning nt 1 2.A
pe- annum, invurlubly in advance. 1 be posture
on the Weekly will be piepald at this olUoc, so
that subscribers will obtain lor u subscription
rice of $1 a year.
i A 1 1, v .
lluslncsa Cuidj, pcrtinnuiu tsl (0
One Brjuare, one nsertlon, , Ou
One square, two insertions 1 so
One Bruaiv, one witk, ja
One square, two weeks, a AO
One squrne, time weeks i no
One tquie, one month, 5
AV U i: K 1. V .
One tuinre. one tiisrrllnn.
Kach sabsequcut Insertion,.
t30nc Inch u a squaic.
Stj-To regular udverlluH wcoflVrmpci tor In
ducements, both as to rule oi clmn;eg and ninii
i.er of dUplnylng their favors.
Ccmiuuulcatloua upon subjects of Ken
oral Interest to tho public isolloltoil.
El-All Ihiolucs- XA-ttm should be addressed to
'ul- Itiillellii Compiiny,
r.AliA'i'AJJliEWIiKSJ. WrrntM to i-mtsiTJ
i lUles. K. UntUlilJlNO CO.,
M SM JUkJct-T Vkluw,
IN LARG-F, VARIETY AT
Washington Avenue, or the Levee.
Featlics. Dusters are indispensible
articles at home, in the store, in the
shop and in the office. Every good
Housekeeper knows their value,
and wall not be without one. We
are selling them CHEAP to suit the
Call and examine, whether you
wish to purchase or not.
IS Till PLACID.
an Immense Stock of
til H Wiif it i oois
COMPRISING ALL THE-
WniCn THEY OFFER AT
aitd wnicn has gauged the
EVER SEEN IN CAIRO.
A LARGE, I) RAN NEW STOCK OF
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
Rockwell's Old Stand, 124- Coinracrcial Ave.
GOAL ! COAL ! COAL !
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo & St. Louis Transfer & Conl Company is oa7 proparod to
till orders for Wood nnd Coal. Dolivorod to unv par of tho City, nt
tho Lowest Cash Trice. OFFICE AND YARD at tho Cairo & St.
Louis Narrow Gaugo Depot.
Wood, 4 foot, pcrcord
Wood, H.iwod, per cord
Wood, Hawed and oplit.por coid
Coul, car load, pur ton
Coal, car load, olncloton
Coal, car load, ouo-half ton
Lonvo ordora ntP. M. mockfleth'H, GO Ohio Lovoo, at tho Cryntul Saloon, corner
Sixth utrootund Commercial Avenuu, and nt tho Company's Ofltco.
Orilor Solloitoa ntiil Promptly Filled.
jS. X: Soc'y dk Troas.
' M WARERO
ONLY $i.25 A YEAR.
S OS is
ItmzJi as Usual