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Foreign amd Doxtestia
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rancn oi ine riumuets
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I tllllnx orders
B. F. PARKER,
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
sVail Paper, Wiadow Qlaas, Win
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tlwas fill hinil, tie cIirlrmtrd Uluinlnitlnr
Corner Eleventh fltrent and Waahlag.
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BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
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OrCoiintr snd Itsllrowl Work o 8cllty.
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can Assure uooa wore.
Mrs. M. SWANDER
Is nuw lfoelvlnB n lawe uml Will selected
FALL AND WINTER
At her atmul on
Tuwlilchthc Invlles thenttentlon of tliclsdles
of Cairo ami vicinity, In this ktotk will lie
r,.i,.,l ..II l.liiliHtsllL'orltutS. DollUCta. Kill-
buns, Flowers aud hII Millinery Uoods, all of.
fered at tho lowest lltliiB prices. Indies In
i su-umlrr i rjill before iinrehuiiiiK
elsewhere. Her stock of fancy goods audno-
i i.im u coimueie. ami " nuinii "i
be undersold by niiy body In the city .
A Bnolr for the People.
riiTJIOLOOY i A lit tlm.te iiiidlnl nj of Jt'U
op f Uri. doubt, coluinn Krini !
OF- , I ila r. 't ciiZTktii.f!.. uittlia liktural,
NARRIAOt:..) mortl iul ll rvluuui.; of Ih. ...,
lion,, th. Kyitcrl.sof lieurcduotlan. to. A tumUtU
mtUitiiyim iii..riu,i. ji.v.V.i.iui.te nary anduan.
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U, V.n.tul.nil CUroiiloDUweiuf U.lli:.fxti.lln
Ktri ol ficnti bifor. .n.l .li.r umTrUs'.Uadliiglupn'.
luMut. da. mil Iiuliolcnoy-.prlvaio rouiiulioi lo Ihe
utrritd mu Ihot" toiiiviniil.iii ia.rrl.se. "
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fat eoiileiill ot 1. .bo. wurk,.rallaaf.lnl vnuMi.a
amiM of .ump. Aiv VcdloaTVrsaUM oullw
WXI8XT nil! IXXINI HIM. Vt
TO k IUK,
Aad eivta Hia aa Oppertnalty to Make a
Which II aidutt Thrw Away.
JKFiEtisoN City. Mo., November 13.
In the United Stales Court ibis muriiiiiK
there- wan a lutr atteiiditiice. nitritcleil
thither to hear the result or Colonel
Joyee'a motion ul yc-Kteiduy for mi itn
mediate sentence In ills case. The court
was occupied uwlillc in a bankruptcy
case, xv lie rein the creditors of John C.
Landli, or Ht. Joeqiti, sought to force
li t us into baiikrupuy. The motion whs
resisted by Attorneys Edward and
White, for Mr. l.iindl. At the e!oenr
the nrKument the court took the cae
The motion ol Colonel J. A. Joyce
was then taken up. Mr. Lay appearing
lor defendant, mid Mr. Johnson for the
prosecution. Mr. buy said, leeiuiir me
interest lie did in this case, be asked th
court to uiiiKe the piiniMiinciil a." lljtht as
losslble. .Mr. Johnson stnieu tirni wuue
it Uldlked to enter objections he still
bought It would secure the ends of Ju-
Uce by permitting til tit to go to tit. I.outs.
It was not clear to lilui, however, that it
would work nny Injury to allow the sen
tence now. and In case he was needed he
could be taken out. Such cii'es had been.
While he didn't tee any practical wrong
In Klvltiir the sentence now. yet it ap
peared to him more proper to postpou"
the sentence for a ieason.
tatcd pi-ndiuir this null he had consulted
with bis a.-oclate.i. uml In order to fur
ther the ends of jmtice had concluded to
rend him down to bt. i.outs ami nave
him returned hen1. Hy withdraw
ing Ids former motion for a new trial, he
Imil thrown liiin-lt upon the court, and
it looked to him like uu arbitrary matter
to eiilorcc the sentence. No action of
his, now or at any time, had been with
the Intention to either nhlcld or wrong
him, and, In rc-pouee to the motion of
the defendant, he should now proceed to
pronounce the sentence.
for the defendant, stated that the sen
tence should necessarily be liiiht. The
ollen'e w-as one where uu olilcer failed to
report the Iruudn ieretniied by FYme
mau & Co. and Sheehan X Sou. The in
formation could, wa, and must of ue
cecniiy have been uiaile at one time.
There could be no three distinct ot-feline.-.
Kveu in the charge of his Honor
to the jury, there wa mustantlally but
one utleice committed, and meriting but
one inliiI.-hiiiL.il t. Tlie material iiuestiou
Is the delendant lulled to report the
Irautls, and. in view or the fact that no
quadruple ollclise had bueu committed.
lie as Ken um one seiiieuee on me
two liret counts and but one on die other
two. snecilyluir as a reason thm-ior thu
it being bill it misdemeanor the seillene
K a ui-cretiouary matter wiiu ine eniu
i'lie ininiiiiuui eenteuce was six uiuiiilir
n the l'euiteutiary, ami Sl.UOU ilm- m
-ach count, i-'rom the nvitieiice it -eared
that a fraud had been oiumilie.
but there was no proof he hud receive
one dollar, lie relerred to the pn-ss' out
cry against the defendant, which bad been
kept up tor months. As to the evidence,
he apiR-aled to all who had heard It to
sustain him hi the assertion that the pros
eetitlnn hud .-igually lulled In showing
one solitary fraud on his pait. in regard
to the roiirtn count in ine iiinictuieiiis, lie
retern-d to the nriiK'iiial witnesses who
appeared apliil him as ukii totally uu-
wonnj Ol ueuri. mu n in:" vuiu-
pllmrnt to the character ot thedefi iulant.
w no nail uoi ciiugeu, or luuereu, or
nailed during thu long trial, uud aski.n
liu court. In view of his uood character.
and the love defendant bore his beloved
wife and children, to tlx the penalty as
Ilirht ns po"lblc, and. in doing so, to lay
aside all prejudice which mav have arisei
from the press or public against the man.
for the urosecutloii. claimed that each
count in the indictment wit- separate and
di-titict. lie had derived miormatlou ot
frauds and failed to report them tor u long
tiun , and tlie extraordinary manner in
widen lie u.lti acieu, ami ms iu.iiiuit oi
endeavoring lo conceal and coer up the
tiamls, ami, Indeed, all the evidence
showed a thorough knowledge ol &uch
frail Is, even outside the peculiar talk he
had with Felnemaii. All the acts wereH
separate and distinct. Defendant had all
the appliances of law at las di.-posal. and
il ho be Innocent," lie is doing himsell nnd
family a great injustice In thus, at tin
time. iieiMiinUing eenteuce. iineiiau nny
new light to oiler, the court was ready tn
receive it. If innocent, he (JhIiiimiii)
would bo ns pleased as anyone to see him
nrove himself innocent, lie uald u kindly
compliment to the defendant.
JOYCE DECLARES HIS INNOCENCE.
Colonel Joyce, who had been sitting
quietly by, then arose, uud, obtaining
permission, uuiiresseu uic court us 101
Uefore this honorable court passes een
teuce, I beg leave to state that my con
viction was secured by perjured testi
mony of si'll-couvicled thieves Felue
man thu rectiller, Uorngeeser the ganger,
and ltcudleinaii the store keeper, were ull
lineal (IcRcenuanis oi tnose ancient seoun-
iln.U win, eriieitli il ('lirlst. 'I'liev mine
upon thu witness stand, uml paraded their
own inlamy by acknowledging that they
had stolen whl-ky from tlie Government,
throuuli a term of years, at tho rate of SI
to fifty cents per barrel. Thu pencil of
Gustavo Dure could not do Justice to
these thrcu wandering Israelites, who
seemed ever on tho look-out to steul
small things, when Dig ones wero con
veniently ut hand, h elneman and Fiiguu
uro Identical characters, and should be
Immortalized in living Infamy. 1 dis
miss these peddlers of fraud ami perjury,
consigning tneiu to ine nres oi
A ROTTEN CONSCIENCE.
I was indicted for failure to report In
wiitlncr certain aliened kuowhdiro and
liitornution of certain fraudulent trunsuc
lions ol pel rilled perjurers, inu jury
found me Lmillv on the counts, hut as a
mutter of fact the conclusion wus us tulse
as tlie evidence. 1 nifreu that it hud the
appearance to the jury of n fullure of
duty. We know, however, that thing
am not always what they seem, I simply
declare upon my honor us a man, and my
nllegluuco us mi Aineriiimn citizen, hero
lu the presence of this honorable court,
to the whole world, and facing uiy God,
I AM ABSOLUTELY INNOCENT
. ol the charges trumped up against me by
nretenrd friemls and viper cm-mie. It
no not been shown ia evidence, or even
Intimated by anybody, that I ever re
cclvoU m slnifl cent tn any fraud of Urn
revenue, 'riicn where Ii the motive that
induoed me to withheld the Information V
1 did make a report in .writing- to Huper
visor McDonald ami Commissioner Doug i
lass. The report, le la alleited, was not
in rull neither waa. the information tn
my possession full or complete, as the
facts were out of my dUtrlct and
TflK THEORY 1 aitroRTKD I
wan In Missouri. The District Attorney
of the United States, in bis concluding
stHi ch. introduced mr cony-book, show
ing the transmitted letter to SiiM rvl-or
McDonald as something fruuduleiit. My
lawyers or tuvaelf had no opiuriuiilt' to
explain the letter in evidence.
could have been done to the utmo-t sat
I'taetlon of everybody coinvriieil. Your
Honor, from the beginning of the case to
the end, expended mu the kindest wuisld
erailon and talrvst ruling. For this I
thank you In the name ol the people and
In the name ofiustlce. I stand Hem to
day strong ami bold In cnnscloua inno
cence. My heart is actuated by
THAT .S'OflLK IMPL'LSR
that nerval Wirikelreld when he opened
a breach for tho liberty ol his country, or
bv that lortr courage that Inspired Sir
Walter llalelgb ut the block. Like Hal
eljfh, 1 muy have puffed smoke through
the wlm'ow at the execution ol sonic otrl
cial Estcx. but I never yet trampled upon
the roynl rolies ot the Virgin Queen. For
myself, I lure no fear ot any punishment
on earth; yet, In behalf of my past good
character, this being the first suspicion oi
guilt that ever
DARKENED UY LIFE,
and in consideration of the support I owe
my wife and children. I ask that nnig
iintntnlty at this bar ol' justice thai won id
be reasonably claimed by yourself under
i ke circumstances. A lew short years
will sepulchre the living of t -Jay with
the dead ot yesterday, mid the celestial
sunlight of to-morrow will bring us all to
the bar of Omnipotence, when the judge,
jury, lawyer uud client will meet upon
the level of eternity and part upon the
square of final judgment. Then all
hearts shall belaid bare, aud truth will
rise in splendid triumph.
1 HE IlLOOD Of INNOCENCE
Hows tree aud unrufllcu through the life
channels of this frame, aud the urtitlclal
lusters that suriound the victims ot
crime 111 id no lodgment in my heart.
When I look back lu the Held of battle,
where I fought and bled lor my country
lu the hour ot terrible trial, I wondered
whether patriotism was but a name, aud
gratitude of nations a mockery and
shame, to lure the brave to destruction.
My simple sin Is that of omission, aud
for it I suffer the deepen humiliation,
while the glorious services aud recollec
tions of the past are burled In thu grave
IS THIS JL'rlT'r
TliU epidemical era of reform has risen
lik- the rush ot a mighty flood, and Hied
onwards to the gulf of puui-htueut. The
good uml the bad sutler ulike. The
stream is lull of driltwood and dead tim
ber, while many young oaks and tall
sycamores on the banks are loosened
from their firm foundation, and dashed
Into the river of destruction, illit tiic
r lu lulls lightly on the mountains, the
sun shines warmly on the plains, and the
tlo" I even now is settling into Its former
Dei I. whem the crystal waters shall again
rclkct the green foliage.
THE OAK AND SYCAMORE,
anil the gentle brccicsntid birds of spring
hail make merry music in the uithedr.il
I'le- ot a generous nation. The prison
wall- that hemmed In Galileo. Columbus.
Tas-oand X ip'ileou did not measure the
mind-of the mull. It Is true their bod
ies Mill'ered some torture, hut tint pr iid
spirit that rose in their hearts leaped the
bounds of clay, and soared away Into tlie
illimitable regions of science, poetry mid
war. making them monarchs of the hour
uud masters of eternity. Humble as 1
am lu the walks ol life, my soul is in
THEIR ILLUSTRIOUS EXAMPLE,
and it shall be my iuture endeavor to
show thu world that although I may suf
fer for a time the penalty of perjured tes
timony, yet. like a mountain eng. I shall
breast thu pellhiK storm aud lilt mv head
clear and bold to the coming sunshine of
iriiiu ami redemption. 1 nave clone.
I lie sneaker was deenJv anYcti-ii (lur
ing the delivery of his oration. He was
li-teiied to with marked attention.
AT THE CLOSE
ut his speech. Judge Krekel proceeded to
sentence him, in substance say In;: lie hail
no doubt as to his guilt, uud legretted
thut It was not otherwise. After -nine
remark-, brlet, pointed nnd earnest, he
pronounced the sentence to be Imprison
ment foi three nnd a hull years lu the
Missouri penitentiary, and assessed u lluu
I lie court then ud ourncd until .Novem
A Want MMpplteil.
From the New York Tribune. J
The American mlud is active. It has
given us books of tlction for the senti
mentalist, learned books for the scholar
ami nrolessioiial student, but few books
for the people. A book for the people must
relate to a suoiect oi universal iiiu-resi.
Such a subject is the physical man. and
such a book The People i Common Sense
Mcdieal Adnttr, u copy ot which has
been recently laid on our table. The
high professional attainments ot Its
author Ur. H. V. rierce, ot Uutlulo, N.
V., and the advantages derived by him
trom an extensive practice, would alone
insure lor ids work a cordial reception.
But these tire not the merits for which it
claims our attention. The Author is a
man of the people. H nyinpathlzes with
them in ull their uflllctlous, efforts, and
attainments. He perceives their want
a knowledge of themelve and believing
that all truth should be made as univer
sal ns God's own sunlight, from his fund
ol learning and experience he has pro
duced u work in whloli lie gives them tho
benefits of Ids labors. In It ho considers
man lu everv nhuse of hUcxisteiice. from
the moment he emerges "Irom a ruyless
ntoui, too diminutive tor tho sight, until
ho gradually evolves to tho maturity of
those Cortseious 'cnws, the exercise of
which lurnUhcs subjective evi
dence of our Immortullty." Pro
ceeding upon the theory that every fuel
of mlud has a physical antecedent, he has
given an admirable treatise on Cerebral
I'hysloloiry, and shown thu bearings of
tilts facts thus established upon Individ
ual and social welfare. Tho Author lie
lieves with Spencer, that "as vigorous
health uud Its accompanying high spirits
uro larger elements ol happiness than any
other things whatever, tlie tcaehliig how
to maintain them us a teaching that
yields to no other whatever," ami accord
ingly bus introduced uu extensive discus
sion of the methods by which wo may
preserve the Integrity of tho system nnd
THS XIW LOW KESimTOim "STAKDABD"
Great Durability with Hendiome Designs, and Giving PERFECT
made ONLY it '
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
eia, ei4, eie and eis xr. maut stbeet, st. louis, mo.
AND BOLD ZXOX.USXTZLY BY
O. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
oftlmes prevent the onset ol disease.
Domestic Kemedles their prepara
tion, uses, mid effects trom a prominent
feature or the work. The hygienic treat
ment, or nursing of the sick, Is an Im
portant subect, nnd receives attention
aommensurate with Its Importance.
Nearly all diseases "to which flesh Is heir"
are described, their symptoms and causes
explained, and proper domestic treat
ment suggested. To reciprocate tho
many favors bestowed upon him by a
generous public, the author offers his
book at ii price ($1.60) little exceeding
the cost ol publication. Our readers can
obtain thi practical and valuable work
by addressing the author.
rho Peo)lo's Remedy.
TheXTnivorsal Pain Ext actor.
Note: Aak for Poad'a Eztraat.
Take so other.
"Hear: for I will aneak of excellent Uilnat.'
Injur tea to Man orilrasu,
Hlmina, Spralus, Cuntu-
Inwlumi, cuu, Ijicera
ttsl or lacltrd Wound..
Bleeding I.nnaa, or
Bllpl, ami Illted-
lnir (Jusu or Teeth.
VumTllMirur loutl ud
Pllra -llltcdlnf Wles,
Uliad Piles. (InlUllMa.)
raiKia, aweiiea raoe.
tie H well Ins? or Soranaaa .
NtllTiieaa or Sortotst.
or Throat or Quinsy.
fiat or InBamed Ryes or
Sioro Nipples, luflam.U
Pnliiful or too ProlU3f
Milk l.ea. Utarlan Uis-
rasa aud Tumwra
U ravel and Slraiicurr.
CliHiliia-s and icoria-
lions or iniants, or
Vstriroae Vnlsia, En-
largtl or Inflamed Veins.
Ulcer, Old Sores, Inter
Holla. Carbuncles, Tu
mors, Hot Swelling-!.
I'orua and Ilunloos, dial
ed or Sore Feet.
i'lMlliaara.Uarneu or Sad
ill. (Jail J
re-Inn or Whitlow, Kroit
ed I.imba nr 1'arta.
Xosqnllo Bltrs. Insect
a uas, (.Happen lianas.
IMIXD'S EXTRACT Is for sale by all rirst
'lnaa llruaK'"la,and recommended by
all UruKKist, 1'byslcians, aud evrjr
boitjr who bns over uaed It.
raniphll containing; lllttory and Uses mail
ed tree on apullcatlon, If not found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York hoU LomsIon.
SXITH, X. S.
HKSlUKNCKs Ho. il Thirteenth stmt, be
tween Waahlnirtoa avenue and Walnut street.
OKK1CK: North aide of Kbjhth street be.
tween Commercial and Washington avenue.
W. DUNWIKO, M. B.
HESIDKNCK: Comer Ninth and Walnut
OKFICK: Corner sixth street aad Ohio LeTee
OFriCK 110UUS: rroma.m, Um., and
from i to 8 p.m.
JOHN X, XTJLUT,
Attorney mt I.atv.
OKFlCKi At residents on Ninth Street, be
tween Vfashlnston avenuu and alnut bt.
BY virtue offle certain executions to im-dl
ivelnl Iit the lerk of the circuit court of Al
utiimlrr r-nuntv. tn Ihe SUtenf Illinois. In favor
of charlra it. I'atleruud Wlllism Wolf, tlrmof
V. (J. fatter a i o. , auu aguinii danws irrou,
I hae levied upon the lullut'ioKdeacrtbit prop.
crty, inuienr.t auuiiioii mum -?,,v v"1'
county or Alexander and htatapf Illinois, to
wit: Lot uumbeicdone (I) In block niiinbeted
twenty-ciKbt (). the properly of the said
JumtJ I'nrroll, which I shall oner at iUilioaate
at the aoulh-wesl door of tha Cimrl bou.e In the
clly of Calixi, in the county of Alexander and
Mule ofHliioU. uu tbe third day of December,
A U. tsl. bvtw lb hours ofnlnto'clock,
a m. andsuiiMtofsalddav, for rah, to satis
fy sad Kaecullon. Al.EX.il 1HVIN,
Sbriff of Alexander County, Illinois,
Culro, lllluwis, Nuailier 11, UTb.
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
QUICK AND uklFOWM
F.AI. ESTATE AOCftT.
JOHN i" "xLABMAN "ft
J0SYXYAXC1BS, aeTAJUXS TOILIC
Laad AaaaU of tha XUlaala Oaattal and
surusartoa ana wumey s. m,
Oar. Sixth avad Ohio Lava,
i. o. twcn, st. . nowLrr.
LYNCH ft H0WLET,
3olleotors and Conveysnoers.
OmOK-At tha Caurt Rouae.
WHOLUALB AMD EXT AIL.
US" THE CITY.
Goods Bold Very Claae.
loraer 10U St. and Commercial Av
G. 0. PATIER ft CO.
BOX and BASKET
"Allkla Js bard and son,)
FLOOBINO, SIDING, LATH, Ao
Mill ava Tard,
-ernar Thirty-Fourtk Btrtat and
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