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MMjmr mm Kttn ro.
nwrn m. otettfr. mtor.
The President, Mm. Grant nml Ocn.
O. K. Bibcock, therrfMdent'iuccrctnry,
are now III JJew. sVork'. Mopping1 at tlio
Filth Avenue Hotel. ,
Oovernot'AiriM Hint he couldn't
Interfere with the late elections In Missis
sippi even 1( he had so desired. The peo
ple ot that SUte know that. His Inter
ference meait fraiul and violence, and
the; took measures to thwart It. The re
sult to known. '' '
It U believed that tho old 'Federation
or the United States or Central America"
will aunf; take 'pl.ee. After gaining
their liberties from Spain, and undergo
ing many vicissitudes. Guatemala, Costa
Rica, San Salvador, Honduras, and Nic
aragua, lormcd, in 1823, a federal reuub
lie ; but civil feuds and petty Jealousies
among themselves precipitated n decree
of dissolution in 1839. Since tint time
the history of these States, in their sepa
rate sovereignty, lias been one of disas
ter and armofl. Walker, the "grey eyed
man of'desttnjr,"it Into this broken
toleration bauds of American adventurers
who fought the Inhabitants with a zeal
worthy a better cause. Ho first lauded
inXicaragaa.wlUiafcw followers, and
with varied fortunes coinbaitcd the na
tives in various portions or the old federa
tion, and was finally captured, and shot
at TiuxlUo. Had the combination of
States existed when this calculating, cold
blooded Tenncsseean lauded on tho Cen
tral Amcrlcau coast, he would have been
driven oil by a, pH8),aiiyof men ; but the
States were distracted, their administra
tions corrupt, and one boldL adventurer,
with a handful of clerks, mechanics,
gamblers and Southern desperadoes, con
quered a portion or the country, became
the president oi Nicaragua, and by a de
cree re-established sJavcrv.
nx.jenKPB ho.vxard'r cash:.
It will bo remembered by tho reader
or tho Bi'um that loctor Jotvph
Honnard m liaicfcU at tlio February"
term or the Jackson county court, 197;i',
on tho dufgeol'uianslaiightcr, in causing
the death of a lady named .fane Steven
son, while she was In labor. Ho was
tried at the February term ol that court,
in 1875, fouud gilty, and sentenced lo the
penitentiary for four years. Doctor
Ilonnard's counsel carried tlio record io
the Supreme Court upou error. The bill
of cxcepflous contained all the evidence,
and showed that a motion
tor a new trial was uiado and
overruled. The question considered bv
tho Supreme Court was one raised by
the motion "was the evident sufficient
to support the verdict ?" The evidence
was all one way, showing llmt alio tiled
of puerpal fever. The following is a por
tion of the opinions of Justice McAllister:
"He may not have acted wltTidthcr the
best judgmint or even ordinary skill.
But no unprejudiced person cau read the
evidence without being convinced that he
acted with good motives, and tho evi
dence wholly falls to show that tho puer
pal fever of which the patient died was
caused by anything done or omitted to
do none By tbc accused. If tho
physicians and surgeons cau be
oonvlcted of manslaughter and sent to
the ytulteutury upon such evidence as
this record contains, thcro would soon bo
witned a frightful, skvastatlon of their
ranks. The accused was a'regularly edu
cated physlelan Sad Had had considerable
practice. There is wanting in this case
every clement of the crime of man
slaughter, rjbut that oi the death ot a
human bate. The court erred In deny
Ing the motion for a new trial and for
that reason the Judgment must be re
versed." rBCSIDEMTIAt. Pi:CtlI.ATIBlfl.
Speculation Is rlfu as to what will be
the reaiilt ol the next Pretidentlal elec
tion. All the political calculators arc
now busily engaged figuring, making the
recent elections a basis of operations.
President Grant, In a late speech, said
that the possession of tho Government
was assured to the Republican party for
four more years. The N'ew York
Herald, recently commenting upou the
bold assertions ot the President, reviewed
the position and prospects of the two
great parties, and made a showing that
the Democracy, so far, hold tho controll
ing power In deilancc ol tlio Republican
victories spoken of so enthusiastically bv
Grant, and that by prudent management
Democratic ylctory Ii certain especially
if Grant is pushed forward for a third
term by tho Republicans, The JTerald
It an Independent journal, not Influenced
uy any party laati, and Its utterances
should bo" relied 'upon and have Uidr
weight. In support of Its bcllct it pro-
uuces racu ami llgurcs that speak with
grcatcrforco than language. Among the
latter is the following lint of States ar
ranged according to their present politi
cal status :
AliUma m.-.. lOiAtkanm ...
i.Mliornla ...... fi Connecticut.,
unaware . airiorlUa..
uri ..., i
MiiMurU ... tv
New lUmpihivt i1
Taiaa- , ,
W 1 orfc ..
nui Virginia-.. -.
Dcmocatlc electoral ott
IUvUlD,wKAoral vote. ,.. m
TbU MUeMiows that we have some
lectond -I to tyare. Tho Cincinnati
Knptirtr goW Beyond thU, and furnishes
a llt which gives the Dtuiotnitl--, party
191 electoral voles ami Hie LVpubltcnii.t
& 1i:mocii iTir.
North Carolina Id
Indians:??:..' ... in
Con nwt lent o
IrXUrtOMIN .ft...,...,, r.
i unaware ;i
Went Vtrulnla fi
lYmujlva.ila an south Carolina
!" ."--.. 7 Klorl.ta
.New Ilmnpthlrt S llllnnl
MjUMOhlurlU - 131 own .. .....
unoaeuiand iP.. A Ktin
rmpnt . (i Mlcltlmii
New Jenf y ft Ni valin
aunnreoin , ,, f.
These llgurM arc extremely flatterlnir.
giving us a majority or thirty-four vote?,
which, Willi tlio third term candidate In
the Held, carrying hU load or administra
tion plunderers upon his back, will bo In
creased. The Courier-Journal, not catl
lled with these counts, makes the follow
Nulllt I uiolliiu....
ncnwrlltlc electoral vote
I Illiooia .'.
. 'JllSew .line
. II Ohio ...
is llhtxlr M.iml .. .,
II Molllli Carolina...
Rcbubllcnn elfctonil vote.
Tlio Cincinnati Timet (Kepuhllcau) dls-
.cnts Irom nil of the above llgurcs, con
ceding to tlio Democracy only Alabama,
Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia,
Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Missis
sippi, Missouri, Tennessee, Texas, Vir
ginia nnd West Virginia, thereby giving
to the ltepubllcaiis mi electoral vote of
more than two to one over Hint of tlio
Democracy. This may bo considered a
crude partisan escapade. Tlio Philadel
phia runts, clas'lfylng tlio Stales strictly
by tlio votes of this year, ghr- to us an
even chance in tho light:
10 Louisiana 8
U -VI :iry Intnl..
.'! New York
Hi Win Vli-pnlii.
Dcmoiralle electoral n!e, .
1 1 North Carolina ...
The Timet, in publishing the above es
timate admit ss that, although "Nevada is
given in tlio Republican lino, it Is just as
likely as not to vote Democratic. New
Jersey ranks heihclf with llio Itopubll-
cans in n contest lor county and legisla
tive olllcers, but no one doubts that her
vote will bo Democratic if tlio Democ
racy present good candidates nod don't
surpass themselves lu playing the
fool. North Carolina Is in
Hie Republican list beciuibe, on tho
popular vote for or against it con
vention, the Republicans carried thu
State, although tho Democrat-, carried a
majority of tho delegates. But It must
bo coiuldf red that whllu the Republicans
were thoroughly united against a conven
tion, many of the mom conservative
Democrats sympathized with thu Repub
licans on the issue, and It was not n tali
test of parly strength. The chances aro
ten to one that North Carolina will
Vote Democratic for l'resldnt
in 1870. as the State is
undoubtedly Democratic." Colorado
is not counted in any or thu above tables,
as she may not be admitted in time for a
vote It she is, her three electoral votes
aro as likely Uy bo cast for Democracy ns
for Republicanism. From the accompa
nying figures our readers may draw their
Inferences. That the prospects for the
Democratio party are bright, no unbiased
mind cau deny. With Heudrlcks, of In
dlana, tor President, backed by the In
fluence of the West and South, unincum
bered by n doubtful policy, wo may look
for the success or our party In 1670.
Vice-President Wilson continues to
Mott, tho materialize!-, Is giving pri
vate seances In Qulncy.
Theodore Tiltoii will lecture In Quiney
Monday evening, November '2.
The Massachusetts worklngmcn ac
curately cstltnalcd Hie valuo ot Wendell
Phillips by giving him .'122 votes for Gov
Capt. R. A. Ucnuctt, ol Sunnier
county, Tennessee, a veteran of the Mex-
Icau war, and a member of tlio J.eglila
turc or 1801, died at Gallatin on the 7th.
Wo occasionally hear some damaging
reports about Benjamin Franklin. The
latest Is Hint, when n boy, he would crawl
uudcr u barn to cat mi apple and save di
The trial or Capt. .inmcs Melton, for
killing a man by the namo of Wiseman,
in Calloway county, Kentucky, nearly
two years ago, coiiitncuct ii at -May fluid
Hon. Reverdy Johnson thinks Hint
If the Democratic leaders act windy our
party will be successful In 1870. Hols
also of opinion that Grant will be tho
Miss Km. Ktlieililgc, tho accom
plished daughter of Hon. Emerson Kill-
erldgo, presented, on Thursdiiy evening,
io mo Aiciupiii ciilckusnv GuartU an el
egantly wrought Hug.
The Courier-Journal ta'a : "Tim St.
Louis aiobt'Democral, wlilch Is llent
about (he great whlsky-Hiiir, haH n good
dealtokay about n Stale iHMiitcutlary
ring and a Court of Criminal Correction
mg in bt. i,ouU. Tha,.X. vlhes to
cn-itUs a diversion front tlic main point."
Tho Jackson (MUt.) Time, edited by
t..S. MaMiall Lake, who is not in sym
I'alhy wltlniie Ames wing of the Rutll-
cal party, earnestly protests against the
President's removal ot Federal olllcials
who opposed Ames1 ultra colored mllllla
General Babcock, who Is connected
With the odious St. I.oult whisky ring, is
one of the men ol Washington who can
enter the private door of the White
lloii'ii without knocking, ill convic
tion would Im a great blow to the gov
ernment, and It will be ,-vdllllcuU matter
Tlio olllclal count of the recent elec
tion in Cook county has been llnUhed.
One city precinct was thrown out on ac
count ol Irregularities In the returns.
Huck received, from all other precincts
nnd towns, 2l),8Jll, and llclng, 1!0,:17I.
lltick's plurality, 1,202.
The Southern llllnoisun sajv : "The
BullliicrMduof tho Williamson county
vendetta lias been pretty well cleaned
our. It is about time operations were
begun on tin; liti'scll side. Tho blood of
old man Bulliiier, Dave Bulliuer niitl
Vincent 1 1 itiel tell tl still cryeth for ven
geance." Tlio Memphis led(ic(,says: "Will
Gov. Ames, of Mississippi, be lmp-n luur
is u ipicf-llon receiving somo alu-mlmi
lrom the Northern press. Aiur m-li
deserves impeacliinent. but U not uurlji
tho neicary trou'-le and expense. Ic
can do little harm the remainder of Ids
term. Ills fangs have been cut 'smick,
smack smoove,' astliu colored plilloMi
plieriutiiv 'HlUdeii Ilaud' would say."
It Is a mistake to suppose that Presi
dent Grant always has his pockets full of
ca'h. Tho X. V. Sun publishes the text
of two mortgages executed List year by
L'lysi- S. Grant and Julia 1). Grant of
nil his Long Branch and Deal property
to Mr. W. 1J. l)lninort, ot Adams Hx
prcss Company, lo teeme thu payment
of $20,000 borrowed money. The presi
dent mut have money, we all know.
It will be remembered ty our reader
that after the MctliodUt church trial of
Gen. Prentiss, tor slandering lib pastor,
the Rev. II. O. Hoffman, nt (Julncy, three
prominent member of the church pre
ferred charges ol gross immorality
against Mr. Iloll'inaii. Ills trial before
seven ciders of the church U now in pro
gress In tliat city with closed doors. No
great Intcra-t Is manifested otitide the
church, as everybody has formed an opin
ion from the other trial as to the guilt or
innocence of the accused. It is reported
Hunt additional and d.unagiug testimony
will bo Introduced against thu reverend
gentleman. General Premiss and hi at
torney were excluded from the couit.
The liyupi'wn 1'r'si, because its edi
tor does not like Joe P. I.'obarts, dishes
up tho following rough language for the
Carbondalu girls to grin and bear : "The
pull-back dress db-closes the fact that tu o
thinWofthe Carbondalu girls tire bow
legged, and the otln-r third have warts on
their knees." Robarts flings back dlrl
viciously, the Marlon girls having to suf
fer. Perhaps Joe's mb-cdltor wrote it :
" itieso, dirty, vulgar, false and alone
worthy of Hie unclean tourco whenco it
emanated. The girls of Ctirboudalu nrc
all oriiaudsomu form, good looking, well
dressed, and almost entirely ignore the
'pull-back so much lu voguo with tho
flat-footed, knock-kneed set at Marlon,
who straddle and walk ns If going up
hill or crossing plowed fields."
The St. Louis Westliehe Post has been
seriitlnllug ihc wlsky ring situation,
nud makes the following startling points
about Babcoek: "The grand lurv that
again meets to-day to examine into the
fiicts connected with the whlky fraud.
which were notoriously conducted and
protected from above, must under no
circumstances overlook ono tiling. The
Washington telegrams, written In cipher,
which aro before them, warning tlio dis
tillers of this city of their Imminent dan
ger, are based upon and derived ftom a
knowledge wlilch at that time but two
single persons possessed. Only Bristow
snd Grant linuw of the steps lliat were to
be taken, and as we know that those, hlg
nab of warning were not given by Bris
tow, they could only have como from
Grant, or one lu his confidence. Tho
whole country, therefore, points already
to the notorious Babcoek, Grant's body-1
villain, luisc measurer ami swindler in
general, as well as thu head of till Ihu
corrupt .scoundrels and newspapers ui
1872 In particular, of whom, to use a la-
miliar legal phrase, such a misdeed is to
A Chatianoogaexchaugcsays: "Ma
Jor D. A. Carpenter, of tho linn of Car
penter, Ross & Co., of Chattanooga, n few
day miicu otlered ten dollars to have an out
going train t-topped. Without Inquiriii,
Into his reasons for tlio strange request
.Mr. Iloxiu hail It stopped nnd backed
Into tho depot, when a little apple girl
with thu major s protection Identiiled
follow who purchased n dimes worth of
apples from her and refused to pay her
He was forced to give her tho dime
and then to listen to an opinion
about himself expressed lu very vigorous
RuglMi by tho thoroughly aroused ma
jor, who would have liked nothing better
than to havu given lilm a sound 1 lire tit
ing. uiiiccrs jiauucn ami cam were
called, tho fellcw taken oil' the train,
inarched to tho calaboose, and kept there
chewing thu cud ot his own drrai-v
thoughts until evening. Then lie was
made to solcinly promise that ho wouldn't
cat another applu for twelvo months, nnd
released, Inking the evening freight Iraln
for Ills home, near Slawberrv Plains.
When Capt. Jacques, superintendent of
tlio railroad, heard tho reason why thu
train hail been Mopped, his face fairly
fhonoiigalii with pleasure, and ills ample
hides siiool, with the gratification it guv
niiUUlit Hew ln lltiriiliitm
Last week u iicrsonal ciicouiiter be-
mi-i.il ci-iiu iMiriiiiamiiiiu aiepneu rtsKc,
In Now York, broiiglit to light a Ilttlo bit
of domestic Infelicity in which -Mrs. Mug
glu llewlus lluruhaiii, thu well-known
New ork corieiiondunlof thu St. J.ouU
Ilepubhean, llgurcs. llurnham, It seems,
Hindu the domestic llreMdo unnlens.
uut for his wife, nnd Mio went
and took npartineiits in tho same housu
wltli Stephen Fl.ke. Her husband went
to b Uke's rooms a fuw days ago and tried
to kill him. Roth parties wero arrested
mid put lu the calaboose for onu night.
Mrs. Bnrnlmm went there lo seo her
friend Flske, but encountered her hus
band by mistake, and lind a brlk alter
cation with him. Mrs. Bumhain is
a very pretty blonde, nnd writes very
clever dare-devil letters to Hie St. Louis
Ikpublicnu, contributes to the magazines,
and lectures occasionally. She wus born
In Hartford, Conn., nud formerly loved
Zcno lliiriihnin sufficiently to go to a
groat deal ol trouble to got lilni par
doned out of tho State prison, where he
was confined lor .swindling. This was
before she married llurnham.
DEAD SEA FRUIT.
A IX ON THE
A turn! tho
G.it.vusio.v. November II, (!:!I0 p.m.
Tho male or the thlp Caledonia, which
was lying immediately astern of the
Waco, Mates Jiu was on tlio deck of thu
(.idedonla, on tho look-out, when ho
heard an explosion and felt a shock.
Looking in the direction of the Waco, he
av Miu was enveloped In flames. About
half an hour later he heard erics foros-i-i'iaiiee,
and mw live or ix persons lu
Ihi- water. A few minutes Inter lie saw
two persons float on a lender or pleco of
wood. Tho iiiut-i made preparations for
sending all tho nisrmice possible by
getting out IliV-lhie.s and life-buoys.
The tea was running so high "at
the time that it was impossible to launch
a boat. After hearing the explolon. ho
watched the steamer eIocly. and stated
that nfler the llrt lew mhiules the lire
lost the llcrcciic of character nt first no
ticed. Thu statements of men on the
three vessels nearest tho burning steamer
nil agree a to seeing live or Mx persons
lu tho water, and also hearing Irequent
explosions on the Waco, which were, ,.,
doubt, casts of oil. All olllerr.s and ex
perienced seamen are of tho opinion that
It was impossible for a boat to have
been safely l.itiiiehed from (lie Waco on
account ol the rapid spread of tho lire
and the tenlble sea that was runniii".
There is nothing later from thu West.
Captain Sawyer, agent of tho line, is out
since! yesterday morning with a good
crow. They will remain ouuldo a Ion"
as there is any hope of saving one of the
passengers or crew of the Wnco.
The I'lirlile" Victims.
San I'iiantimo, November ll.The
following were passengers on theMc-uner
Piiclllc, ami not heretofore reported : J.
Fo3ter,.l. W. Doyle, J. II. Sullivan. J.
Kennedy, Win. Powell, George Bird,
hdwnrd Shepherd. Frank McLaughlin,
George Bryson, Win. Canipeon. Win.
Power, Richard Tiirubiill, John ICciialv,
Charles Smith, George Seine, a. L.
Ralnoy, G. Jownieaux, F. Jowincatix,
1-. F.rnst Meyer, Joeph Haverlv and
wile, J. Thompson. J. (iroden, P.'Canty.
C. N. Miles, Adam Foster, Dennis
Cain, R. Lyons. J. Pellicr, Mr. and Mrs.
Keller and child, Mrs. A. Reynold,
and thirty-live Chinamen in llio teer:i"o
and fix Chinamen in thu cabin. There
was SlOO.ilOO in pilvato hands.
Till. SIIAUCII l-OK I 111: 1)K.U.
Vktoiua, November 11 The steam-
ship Gussio Telfair returned at U o'clock
lad evening Irom a cruise in tho neigh
borhood of Capo Flattery for the survi
vors oi tnuracii c. S ie lonni Ho vine
Dt-r.-on. but picked up the body of a wo
man, iiii-iiurieu as matoi Mrs. ivellar, ol
aan I rauelsco ; tun body ol Mr. Vining
oieuacom, oi mitliingtoii Territory, and
wic-nun v oi iiiusioKcroi ino ion Mill).
4 II .1 .. t 11 . ..! I... . ...'
jn iuusu outlier nan iiie-prescrver.s on
j no snip uuyer tvulcott picked up tho
imiiy ot tnu assistant steward, named
Llchard Jones, dead. Steamers are still
ri-.iiL-iiiui; lor UOIIIC. All llKllletil on
uiree win bu Held to-d.nv. I'ortions of
tho wreck are beginning to como nshoro
uriu- tins yon.
aA.v 1-iiANCisco. Nov. 11. A dispatch
ii. ;ui .n. m iiij , i, asiiiiigton t eiritory,
(J?k.u J'.,Mu:r,,i,' K'Vcs the ftiiteiiient ot
Aeai ti iiaiey, quartermaster ot the Pa-
cine, rci-cued by the revenue cutler, Oli
ver vwucoit, on tnu morning of the 7th
ln.t. it Is to the following t if -ut: Thcie
were nbout 230 people on boare ; went
oeiow at a p. in. ; wiien the shock occur
red, ran on deck ; everything was hi con
iii.sion, ute pasfcngcru crowding on thu
hurricane deck ; tho ship fell oil' into
tlio troiiL'h of the
large vessel under -a . w i h
iney fcitui struck tlm fsn.-inu.r.
caw ucr green ngtii distinctly. Tlio pas
sengers crowded into tho boats against
inu enmmuudu ot tiiu ttiiicer.s. I, with
me cuiei eiigiucer, got tnu port bo.it lor-
warn into tlio water anil got llfleen wo
men and six men in. ami tin; ho-n
sicii, t fiipposcd by tlio rolling of i u
Sliiii. baw noiio ot them allei-w.-ii-ils I
suj))oried myself by floating on n sky
light about fllteeu inliinii-s. ill,
a nortloa of thu lim-rfnm uiti.
fioino pMit otliurs. Oi looking fur tlm
tiitiiHi' I fniitul ulti. ti! ill- .
FLOATINO MASS Ol' Ill'MAX UKI.VUS.
i no .screams lor Help were fearful, but
soon ceased, and we were iilono on thu
rait, inero were tiiu captain, second
mate, second cook ami lour passengers,
nii-iimiug ii young lauy. Alia. 111. next
moruiiig, tiiu Dtu, It blew a galo from thu
.souiia-asi, inu sea iiiiiKing u breach over
inu ran, vtuiasiicu ourselves. About -1
a. in. inuf-cit wasucd overboard thu can
tain. K-coiid male, thu lady and another
passenger, auoui u a. m. tlio hccontl
cuoKtiieii. it eieareti up about l p. m.
j.iim iiiieen nines llistllllt ailll il
meco oi tnu wrecic, wnn two or more on
it. About .") p.m. another died. On tlu
morning ol tlio Mxth another died, leav
ing me alone. About I p.m. n lui'-u
empty box floated near mu. Got It on
tho ratt for shelter, ami slept sound that
mum lur set erai nours. un tlieniornlii''
oi tnu seventh saw land on both fides;
u-.io cii..m.....il...l ...11. .1 . ....... . . .
...... .-...luiiiiuL-ii uiui noaiiug material,
iiicn inanu inu wilier Mliootli, It eon
inued calm all day and night. At II a.m.
i was rcscurii ny tnu cutter.
s later rejiort Irom Neah cr.-dlls
u t iniey wnn me statement that tin s-e-
onu mate toiu nini whilo on Hie raft, ih-1
tnu eiuci male, with eight of thu crew, ui
a boat. clear oi thiislilo. 'I'h,. yi,.,i
has gone eruMng along the coast ol Van-
v.umcri tfiimii, inu utissiu Ttllalr
went .south, and llio M'ulcott took Indians
auu canoes to search tho slioio for tiny
j.i.iv Hi.i.i ii.nu iiiiiiieii, as me current nas
hcen strong from thu westward, carry-
ing ino bodies recovered fur up the
It Is believed that the two saved are all
lliat Will u found M vn. nvi-nnr. lime. In
mo ooat with thu mate, in cao they
made i-liore. Evidently but little of ihi.
Mcrii broke up, except thu hurricano
tleck. Nothing has yet been seen of thu
amp which struck tho Paclllc. Several
Vessels from oilLsliln lini-n bi-rn, snnLiMi
I1OH0 Of Wlldlil IiihI si-i-m Iii-i-. tl'lliili.v
Miys tho captain was tho lat man lo leave
"Puis S Calls
ON UIIAIN. I tir i'llll liifiivttiut Inn linn- irx
?W.!U '" Chleiigo iimrki-l, reml fur our
CLARK Sc CO.,
1MW wuS Wa,Wn,rtoa St" 0hlctlK'
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Suveral good Farms and J,000 acres of
unimproved Land In Alexander count v.
"Wlntc-'s Block" nnd "Winter"'
A large number of desirable He!
deuces, and excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for buMneos houses nnd residences.
Business house on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham d Stliwcli.
Business house on Levee, near Sixth
f trect, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man & Co.
Winter's Block-Miltablo for Hotel,
Olllces or IluMnrss rooms cheap.
Tenuiii'Mits numbered 1, 7, Sand U, In
Winter's Row, f room each, for 10 per
No. 10 (corner), 12 r0- 7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington aeiiue I rooms SU) a month.
-Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied ky A. iiallcy.
Storeroom lately occupied by Howe
Sewing Machine Co., on Commercial
avenue, near Ninth street.
Two small Houses west of Twenty
second meet, near Pine, SI each per
Dwelling house on Twellth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms, for 12 per month.
Store room on Levee, above Kiglith
slicct $20 per month.
number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside lire limits. AUo
a largo number of other Lots In dlllcrent
Land, lu tract to suit, near Cairo.
Drunkenness Cured !
Wllhout liiciiiitt-niciicr, nt j-oiirliiuiw Antl
tloti! tent flit- lu uny adilivs-t on rcci-ipt of one
F ii. iit;i!ti.i:ti, M i).
.MunuKt-rSl. l.oiiU lm-lirhte llorUI.
Ollitx 1111 UIKct3tmt,St. ljiiln.
Opium or Morphino Eaters !
Cure l wiinoiit put n or iuconvcnlt-nrc, alvoiir
liumo in lOilayi. Mwllclntilor llm llirce wit-kit'
livatnunt nut fut lo any 1ul.l11.-a3 t.n rccilituf
live dollars. Mntu nmoimt ti't-U ilallv.
AiHlvas, I'. II.nUllllAltD.M. I).
Miiii:ikit M. I.uuU liulirhile llnpltnl.
oniru-llll Olltu-ticrt, .st.
Obstacles to Marriage
Happy relict for young men from the
effect of Error and Abiiics in early life.
ManhooJ restored. Impediments to .Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
ment. New and remarkable remedies.
Hooks and Circulars sent free. In .calid
envelopes. Address Howard Assoc!
Hon, 11!) N. Ninth street. Philadelphia,
Pa. an Institution having a high repu
tation for honorable conduct and profes
sional skill. 8-2l-d&w3m
Live Agents Wanted
To sell Dr. Chase's llecipes: or Infor
mation for Everybody, in every county
in thu Cniled States and Camillas. En
larged by thu publisher to HIS pages. It
contains over 2000 household recipes, and
is Milted to nil elaos and conditions of
society. A wonderful book anil a house
hold neeesMly. It sells at sight. Great
est Inducements ever offered to book
agents. Sainplo copies sent bv mall.
Postpaid, for ?2. Exclusive territory
given. Agents more than double thel
money. Address Dr. Chafe's Sleam
Printing House, Ann Arbor, .Michigan
mirn fitTrv nmnimuT
Llin UiUUL DVLUKtlin.
rl1111" - In pulillfibl cryjaornliiif
(except Jtomlny) lu tho Ilulklln llulldlng, cor
irt WnsliiUKtou avenue anil Twelfth olivet.
Tiik Hl'LLktin Is herusl to city BUbscrlbt-m by
faithful cnn-Icra at Twenty-Five Cents iiWwk,
payable wn-lvly. IlyJIull, (In ailvancr), tlOjier.
nnnunu six months, CO; tlm months, $3; one
nionlli, $1 1.1.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
l'uiillsii-a every ThiiMiUyiiinrnhisut U 2J
pe: annum, fnvnrinbly in advance, 'llio potf;e
on tho Weekly will be preiialdat IhU oUlce, bo
thut salwcrlbera will obuin fur u subacrlnlion
rice of 91 a year.
lliulnws Cards, perunnuni, $.- 00
One miuare, one iivertlon, i cm
One iiiiire, two inscrtloiio, i so
One Bijuurc, one week, ,v)
One sriiure, two wet-kn, M a .V)
One bipuitc, three weeks 4 CO
One njme, one niontii, 5 00
W 1! K '( I, Y .
One Haunri', one Insertion 00
.wii miiniieni iiiaeiuon, ftl)
O"0n ImJi U a sijuaru.
iluceintnls, botli ai to rate ot rlmrKes and man-
ner of (llculaylnit their future.
Communication upon aubjeota of tron-
oral lotoi out to the publio solicited.
t3"AU lltuliiesu Lellcra bliould bo luldrested to
'niro lliillelin t'oniimujr,
Read! Read! Read!
Haro Reduced their Entiro Stock in both their Stores, Consiatinjrof
DRY-GOODS and CLOTHING,
To 0 rale never before offered In (hi, city. Special ntu-nllon U nilleil to our C'lulliliiff Hi-irlinint,
where ynu can nH a good henvv
SUIT FOR $C AND UPWARDS.
Ill mim BOYS' OVERCOATS WB CANT B2 B.ATIK P8ICSS CR QUALITIES.
ALSO IN FURNISHING ClOODS !
In our lirr-Ooodi Ilepnrtinnit we sllll l vn
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BEST CALICO
To everybody who biiylo the nmoiinl of .evtmlolhira.
r IIvp us n trial and we will rout hire you Hint we mean w hat we ay -fa
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
HEILBE01T & WEIL'S.
142 & 144 Commercial Avenue.
IN LARGE VARIETY AT
Washington Avenue, or the Levee.
Feather Dusters are indispensible
articles at home, in the store, in the
shop and in the office. Every good
Housekeeper knows their value,
and will not be without one. We
are selling them CHEAP to suit the
Call and examine, whether you
wish to purchase or not.
IS TUB PLACE.
J. BURGER A CO.
S till Ahead as Usual
This Firm has just brought on
an Immense Stock of
all & Wirier Dry - Goods
UUlUi'KJiailSU AJjIj THE
WHICH THEY OFFER AT
AND WHICn HAS CAUSED THE
EVER SEEN IN CAIRO.
A LARGE, BRAN-NEW STOCK OF
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
Rockwell's Old Stand, 124 Commercial Ave.