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THK DAILY CAIRO flULLKTIK; FRIDAY MOKMM. SKTTKMHKU 12.1 1870.
It. MA P. PAN, M. IX,
Hmueoiuthic Phyliluu and Surgeon.
Vthca W t'ammnrvliil vouue. Rt-atilouca corner
Kimiui utti s. tu4 alilui;Uin avuuui), l'iro
jyi w. wmtlock,
litrhl No. I'M! ComauvfiUl Avomie, between
Jjl! W. U, JOCKLYN,
I) K NT I ST,
CKKli'ti K'v't'th Mroot, ncr OoJuairwUI Avv.
NOTARY PI till'-.
Notary Public am! Couvcyaneei'.
I'FKK'S: - W itli Ihe xViiiimV uil tV.rjli4ti.' Ala
lit AiJ Societr-
A VTO R X E V . A T- LA W .
1 INKOAK A LANSPKX,
A 1 1 oruys-at-Tja v.
(.'"r'FH E No. II IVnuivjroml Au-uu,'.
P)UMtTUW)Ua AND PADVCAH
I'm KiciutSiij'litfi'l PwvMtgvr Steiui-r
Lv4 1'aim every aftarnooa at S oVkk, for
frcitit or i'p!v U ."iL A hILVEK,
QAIRO CITY FKIUIY CO.
lu u fvt Mondu.v, J iuv W, tbo lxat will uiake
HWF.l ISAVtt HAVIS
'wt Ifwsnl Miwouri Lnuii's Kvutttcky Ld'g.
7 . ui.
11 k. in.
i p. iu.
:S0 p. in.
$ i. ai.
7 :) a- tu.
11 :: . in.
i:'A) p. :u.
SI" N OA VS.
S a. u.
1) a. m.
i p. in.
5:W p u.
l- a in.
4 p. ui.
H'AKLe, N. B. l"bi'Ci.K-wi, J. U Mikjiib
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No 125 and H7 Cuuiiut'rcial Arvuuv,
WLiViral Advnucement maJv ou t'uiisijjn
Di :u' ul Tobaocc, k'lour. aud Uruiu.
tl"A uu lor (war, Scott 0. tlircsbiu ui
chiuun, portaUu aaw mill ami HiruH.'nii cu'iuu.
Aouu lorChmupiou txarvvttiug Da:liluvt. tuywors
Dealer iu Fresh Meat,
ilftweejt VtMhittjcti ijhI tm
Hierelat Av, aCtitnuih Uannya,
ISSPS for (wletlio bol Beef. Vorlt. Muitou, Veal,
Lamb, gsuwgo, kc, and U picparu-i to aurvu
lau.'iua iu an accvytjibk' inajinur.
i PKOPIUETOU OF SVItOAT S PATENT
! RmiMEKATOK Oaks,
Wholesikl loaloi' in Ice.
ICE BY WE CAR LOAD OK TON, WELL
PACKED FOU SHIPPING.
Cav Ioaclii a Specialty.
( F ' l C :
Cw. Twelfth Street aud levee,
XX)lNl)ltY, MACHINE SHOP AND
A . STEAM POUGE.
Yulcax Inox -Works
John T. Ilonnio,
ujuula..(.urlui; suaiu Kiitfiuoa au.i Hill kiv,Utm..r
liaviu k'Stk-iun Uiumuur and umplu IwiU. uu
sauulK.Vum o( all kiuda of Micbiiivrv. Hjh..,.
tiuiaiuWal aud tdldi Kon;lua uiaJo a ;nxlitHy.
Kju(;ial avHUtioii xivua to rul'itli a of It; HovaauJ
B.4H Ckaiiuu of all kind raado to wdat
lfpt Kii'lnj In a' I lij hrancho.
rmri? r k tt.V IMTTTiFTTV
t.MKHKO AT TUB W'-T CVP It K IN CAlttO, IU-
UNOJS, AS SKaVNn OT A XIATTliH.
Ouiv Miwin UAliHttti'ttTmiiok
IX AND AROUND THE CITY,
-Wilson ami A vice Lava iust added
to their cozy billiard saloon tine pocket
-l'iof. T. J. fruitli will K'wh ft ihueing
aeailemy in our city V.ii I'M atul w'mti-r.
Ht ii a guJuftte.
r. M ... n..;.. .. o.i.n.i.l n !t l.ij m.i
ycstmlavi relicviug t!e up-towucuuvwalks
of their accumulations of muil
-Mr. laiub:ilj;o Taylor and ehihlroii,
al'ter a sojourn of two or three weeks in the
vicinity of Mt. Ycruou, are itij-im in tlie
-MihU-voiw hot s have mam-d ami do.
faced the doors and outs.de wvHKlwork tH
the llk'h School building mit!wnii'ful!v.
An example is called for.
-TheuultW is anew brand of
ctaar, fine ftavorcd, ld by K. Korsmeyer.
tltKHl judges prououuee i: the U-st in the
market au.l adviae evt-rybody to smoke it.
At the shoot'iUjf of the lVutr.il Archery
club in the I'ark yesterday, the champion
ship was won by M.s Kil t U.'Nbins. by a
scon; of U0. Mi.is Kittle A'.ord stood
second, scoring ! point-..
We are truly sorry t. ham of Miv,
Maggt Lorlin'is sickue taking a very seii
outturn. She was so low, seterday, we
learu, that visitors were denied admission
to htr room by order of her physician
'We hear it reported that the salooni-ts
of thee'ty prvpoS'.' to raUe a purs.- ei.-fi'.'O
to pay lawyers for testing the constitution-
a'ity of the Su; lay ordinau.'i- prohibit
ing the sale of liquors, etc.
Some of our readers want iafonnation
as to the status of that union depot project.
The giH'd faith of the railroad cosupauies
is not questioned: but there iitia anx'ety
abroad to know the cau-e of delay.
The ball given by Mr. Haines, t urner
of iVip'.ar and Twentieth called out a very
res;cctale attea-laaee, aa.l passed oft' very
happily, and without a disagreeable vur-
reace of any kind.
The naiiie of J oh
father of division superintendent McKay,
of the Mississippi Central railroad, appears
among other nainei recently a iled to tlie
Uefcrui temperance pie ,'
Charley Williams fired a very abu-ive
verbal broadside unto Mr. Egbert smith4
yesterday: cofe-sed his guilt, and was ti::ed
tbvTctVr ly AojU'.reVoiu'uigs, tV.c stun ol !0.
uiiama is a trnw pesutetous uij.ger.
1 - The suit against Scott for :n aintaiuing
a dance house, was dismissed by the city
attorney, because, as we understand the
matter, "the charter does not sustain the
ordinance under which the suit was ius:i
luted." - Parties who have not been able to ob
tain their city scrip for claims allowed, be
cause the clerk's supply of blank scrip is
exhausted, will be slad to learn that his
new scrip book will be delivered to him
Uoggsrth's ILunpty-lhimpty panto
Mime troupe appears again to-night. New
bill, new stars, fresh and liw'y perform
ance. Admission, !M cts.; children, H cts.
lleservedseats.il' desired, w ill be sold at
W Cents. Call early and get ya;r seat'..
Tlie dance given in the Itou-h and
Heady hall for the benefit of the unfortunate
llagie, was largely attended, and secured
for the poor fell" w a sum of money ;!nt
will supply his needs for sev.-a! wi.viis.
It proved a most creditable n-p'O-e '." a
mivt deserving call.
The flection of a full Ilepubbcan en.
i ii . ' , .....
grcssionai aeiegauou irom t u: Hi i rn i,
trenches rather seriously on the sm i! Leia
wrutic majority in the lKnse. l!:it the
IVmoerats still niaintain a clear inajorily
of two or three votes.
City Attorney Hendricks says the L'uion
couuty fiii is a marked success. The dis
play is a surprisingly god one, and tells
well for the forwardness and sin. s of the
various industries represented. lie esti
mated the attendance at from ',oW t':;,wo
Extra tine vocal music forms ouc of (he
attractions" at tlie Kelona hall t"-r.iigbt. A
number of the best lady and gentlemen vo
talists of the city have siguitVd a i arposi; to
attend, and will be there. A, prepared ad
dress by Mr. Lemcu will be delivered, and
we may safely promise thobe wlio utieir! a
w (,11 considered discourse and ouj tl'.ut
travels outside of the deeply worn ui r.
It is a matter of no special conse
quence, but it was a south-bound and imt
a north-bound traiu that ran on to the
quarantine switch. Uut for the fact that
the traiu had checked head way for the
Vincennes crossing ahead, the result would
nave been an appal. ing disasti. The
company owes it to the public to offer a
liberal reward for tlie apprenhensioa of tlie
villian who misplaced the switch.
The height of the holomirc iu which
Glass i.s to be hang'l, was no sooner indi
cated, than the displeasure of the colored
population and new ami then a white rer-
son, becaui') manifest. Forgetting or not
kuowing that the Hhoritf b following the
requirement of the law, some folks berate
him soimdly for making a private) affair of
ample, I4 -'' wHcdly-lncIUwd peoplo,
What gtKM CflU UO, II 110UO 01 'em tT I
lowed tpsee it? and to on.
-Thorc was quite a disastrous flvo at
1)u tyitoVeJawAqr uisht, tht resulted
tlie total destruction of three buildings,
00r f0, 11 h ,aia tMt Bt
tlie time, the fire broke out the touthcru
lIu"vU were playing iu a hQ P!U by,
I .... 1 . . . P a I ,. .. ,i ! 1 i .
a lw' U1 l"u "Hosa,
nijfjer, Jimmy Qulekitejs has jess sot tic
iiitclien m Are." Tlie ahum waa gimi,
which loke up the entertainment. Tliat,
however, was uot luU'iule l as a part of Vm
While the inclemency of Tuesday nilit
hove pier Jako Uu U-y to the sheltci of
the cars en the quarantine switch, ami, ivn
svtjucutly, to his ih-ath, the same caue in-
tervcuevl to save litt'.y Calch LUulsey'n HtV.
The little hoy had accoiu;-anieil hw ttther
u' 1111 Jftvuua aan remainea wait imn ewry
uillt l'xfll'lt tKo uitfllt la Question. Had
thtf thrt'ltnina wt'ather "tl(Kk been dis-
1.1 tl. . i:.i.t i i
1 s "-v W0UM ,ia
",uu ",!t l":!H l u,w and, mt
UMI' WUUl UM aawJ ,,w '
A,vul cu'locK- rou lay m-ht,
vv'Ua" tuy l'ouut-v t'vurer ot .New Madrid
iOUUli wa 8HnS l!l " two men
enteiv i aim coinpoUuiy lum to open his
sate, they gutted it, as they supposed, of
its entire contents, carrying awy with
them f or ;,W0. The robbers t!k-!i
march.ed the treaiiiver, wh is a teebte old
man, ahead ot them, out into the cm-nion-i,
where thev mounted ho.es and
A ball' hour later tl ft v men
were m t..
sa.l.lie i:i pv.isuh, b-.t
still a'-ioad at e 'Oa
receipt of a com-
pliuientary invitation trvni tlie oricers oi
tiie Mississippi county Agricult :r:tl and
Mechanic As. oci ition t- attend the asso
ciation's eighth annual fiir, thite omm.-iices
in Ch trlestoa on the Cth instant. The in
terest already maa:festvl iu tiie coming
fair em'.Yvs the oS'.eers t. aj wit!:mvv!i
tvuide-.i that it will excel ail its pre.le
cesors. The d;play in all the departments
will be full anl mo.s: intercstinir, and as the
asv -ci -it'on is cwuij'OBed of t-ur ne:!iboi-s
a" I acq '. ii:ita!KV-s. ( a! 'o s!:Oii' i
iier iiitel'eU in its success!.;, sei:di:u over
her people '.y th.- train b.-a i. Pacts worth
cm ?,. i;-irh-!.-.l f-e:a the ad-
Vel '.Isement published
t '.s l:'. ';;,!:!
An intensely b:ackina:.t, natae I Wliite,
captured o;-.- of Jacob IJ.:i lev's mules in
his c 'Mi tie, I yesterday, anl brought the
animal d e.v.v town to consult tin- authoii
ti'.S as t" the disposition that should be
made of him. Mr. White deciaicd tliat bis
.uulesb'p had been a constant source f ai'
gravatioa tr liim: that, tutuiug him tn.m !
his Held iu the evening, he found him in
again in the morning. He had notified
Jake, but all t no purpose; nud now he was
determined: to enforce the law. If Mr.
W.'iite's fence is a substantial one, four and
a half teet
1. ami it, as he s.ivs, he not!
L'cd Jacob of the animal's invasions of Lis
lield. he may now cipher up his damages
and, after notice, judgniet!'. etc., sell the
mule to pay the bill. The law authorizes
precisely sUeh a procedure.
About I o'clock, Wednesday afternoon
our icporter called Upon the wouuded man
Lindey and found him resting comparative
ly easy. He talked rationally and without
any apparent effort. U was not supposed
that the pool fellow would sii-vive his injur
ies but his d-ath was not held as a probable
occurp iice. of the -iay. Shortly al'ter our
reporter retired, the wounded man was
talking to Lis brother-hi-law a'.vut tlie crops.
wle-u the b.ood, iu grcut volume puro
from his mouth, an. I finished the poor tel- j tok tshoxv him how In- could "break tic
low's existence in a few minutes, lie died ; bank." Cards were produeetl, an I tin- e-
atauait liallpa,' tod-fK. Unit lie ha I j eret was to draw the wtnnmg card, ele. have Mr. w rite it all dow a for Til K
no a bn.mitorx svnipioms of such aMeartV : While MeK'i.i.ght was illustrating the m i:n.,.KI'rs s that everybodv can see, a-V-r
turn in his cas,... is plainly indicated by th.- j dus operandi, Hamilton came up, and Lloyd jm j,,,,, t,;.lt - Wa!1-t ,MUc!
fact timt at tlie time of i's (cunvnee, he , was f x.lish enough to baud him ." of iiU ' tu ,ttrAV , tu.v IJOW j,, ,nii -was
speaking of tl. abund-lCe of the pres-1 in urder that in- 1 Hamilton , mi-ht show The arrangenent for the" writing of the
cut year's crops -i,r,y it was done." He made his bet. and, stutement has already l.ceu made by the
-Mecham's wife is penuitled to remain j much to ids astouishmeut bst Lloyd's .f,. j tlyt,UK.,i lua. w, tlt. mKlersmffng t!,at
with her children; but !ie is kx.'it con- Hv un.-.ui.s, wliicli wo will nut -stiip to itotai':. -lt ;s tt) K. ,uh;istu..i t,v ,ls vxjth (ur ...
stautly under the eyes of a couple of faith j Hamilton and MeKniglit got away from , count ,,f the execution".
ful guards. She came to this .section of
coun'ry about twenty-three years ago. If
we recollect aught the lamily c inw out of
the Tenucs.ee river iu a little coop of a
family boat, aud reaching Norfolk, Mo., in
mid-winter, took shelter in one of tlie old
abau.loiied tenements there, entirely desti
tute and all of them sick. During the win
ter the father and mother died, and this
woman, thea is or !t) years of nge, toitud
her way to Mound City, where she earned
a living by kitchen work. She was f,n ill
lavorod looking creature, and v.-rytptuck-tempered;
but nobody ever dreamed that
she was capable of the horrible crime iu
which she is now believed to be ua uem
sory. A number of citizen met at Kefoiut
hall, last night, to consider the propriety of
forming a lecture association. About twen
tjf leading citizens were present, und it was
agreed that if us many us U i or :;o persons
could be induced to join the association,
an organization would be perfected at once.
Messrs. Dunning, Leigh ton and Avers wa-re
appointed a committee to solicit member
shipsjaud to report the result of their efforts
at a mee.ing to be held next Tuesday (.vt.u
ing. The object of the association is to ae
cmc the presence of a number ef noted
lecturers iu the city during the wiu'er, If
any prollu are realized, they :o.. f be
turned into the treasury of the lefr!ri c-fi.
If th(ie Impncns to be a deflolt. the asirx li
tion Ik to make It good. Scarcely auy good
ntlfoi, who feel a concern for' th intel
lecual ami social advancement of loclety,
an the continued success of the Reform
imvement, will wlthold his sanction of the
pr-'jKwed organization. It ought to set iuv
a lundied members.
4Mr, John A. Poro commenced th
t nijtion of the enehure that is to surrouud
the Glass scaffold, jestcrday moruing. It
encloses the same ground used by Sheriff
livin, is twentv-tlvo by twenty-tlve feet,
w th walls seveMeeu , feet In height. As
the height of the enclosure ami the fact
thitt the court house w ill be locked against
the entrance of th? curious and horror
luintlng crowd, it will be quite useless for a
great throng of people to gather, under the
expectation that, by sojne "hook or crook"
a sight of the hanging w ill be obtainable.
The Sheriff has already commenced the
selection of his guaids, and several hours
before the hour of execution, lie will have
at least one huudrcd trusty men, armed mid
ou duty about the court house premises, It
i a difficult matter to tlnd a more oblig
ing man than Sheriff Hodges; but in this
c.tse tiie limits an I restrictions iniK.sed
upon him by law, will compel him to deny
to hundreds of miod friends and intimate.
acquaintances the favor of a permit. Ol
course- some of these good triends will feel
vexed and reseiittul; tint as the Sheriff's,
action will be shape1. 1 iu accordance with
the requirements of the statutes and not
uci'idiug to his o u pleasure or inclination,
the vexation and resentment will prove
alike impotent and fvlish.
Governor Montgomery Allen, the ne
gii w h is said to b.ie U'laUre I a roust
aY'Ut to death, on the steamer Fawn, some
time ag- was arrested in St. I.ouis on Wed
nesday last. H" doesn't deny the charge,
but urges ius'.i.'ieation and self-d -feiise. He
says that v, hi. e li e Pawn was lying at
IV. r. tiie captain appointed him captain of
the watch. II- ea.l 1 Up the twelve rollst
ai.MUts at the ti.'st wisslyard, and iute:id of
going for the wo.s!pi'.e they "went for" t ie
Governor, and gave him a trcniei. -La.:
thumping. Nothing da anted, however, he
continued on duty ; an I wa.s iusti'Uctcsl b
the Captain to pay the rnustals.uts back in
kind, if they attacked him again. Thes'T- !
o:hl attack was mi. to during the uight
How it terminated we will penult ui--t;ie
to describe, as he described it tv the
St. Louis rejK'rttr: ' I ar lay twelve rM.st
eis. siv on d: sid an I sit on dat. I sung
out. 'Pile out, nlgg-ilis, , !aiHi,n' heaeh.'
Den one great big blaek man got Up and
said. 'We'll kid you dis time hiia.'i if
oll (lout leave. I got mad ileu ana
sai ide killin'dls time won't U-ondis iiig
gali's side! I 'en si surrounded me on dis
side and six oad it. le big black man
ph'kcd up a kard and lammed me go-v
I picked up a plank an.l lammed him. I
think I got the be' oi de lammin . iVy
w ui iu de jiiMjawity, an' I slew i;;c of d
"Did yu kill him?"'
"Spec I did. Spec d it's what dey want
"What w i.s tinging bl.ick man's name;"
"le I.awd knowM, and he aint tole nieyot."
A I'.elmont coiorcil ipau, named Jeff
Moved was on wharf boat No. 2, almut 4
o'clock yesterday evening, intending to take
p:issagfor Paducaii. He. was siin ap
proached by Ab'i.t H uniltoii and William
MeKniglit, also colored, who said that they,
too, were going to Paijucah, although they
were leaving a mighty gcn.nl thing iu Cairo.
"Over on Commercial avenue was a shebang
whore anybody who understood the ropes
could just load himself down with green
backs." At this juncture Me Knight grew
eoiiiideutial, and taking Lloyd aside, undor-
their victim, and went out into the city.
Moyd repaired to Squire Kobin.snn's office,
obtained a warrant, and iu a. short time
Chief La Hue and officer Schuek
eis had I'olh the sharpers in the
lU'Cseiiee. Lloyd detailed
his story substantially as above
related. Hamilton swor e that he had just
got out of bed where he had leeu shaking
with the ague, and never saxv Lloyd before.
cKltidit. confessed licit, he had lieen 011
the wharf boat, but was absolutely certain !
that he had never seen Mr. Lloyd before in i
all the days of his years of existence. I
Dut there was other testimony axflable i
that fixed guilt upon both of them, and m
delault of $UK bail, each, they were sent
to the county jail. Chief La Hue jugged;
Hamilton without any trouble. At a point 1
near Schoeiuneyer's MeKniglit broke away j
from officer Schuckcrs, and dashing along 1
Wiishiugtou to Klexeuth, he continue
along that street, (Schuckers iu the rear
and rlriug at his legs, occasionally) until
he reacheed. the vicinity of Cedar street,
where he was overhauled. The chase
caused immense excitement, and called out
about 400 boys who formed part of the es
cort to the couuty Jail. Mclvuight was
Identified as the negro w ho stule a horse
some time ago from the vicinity of Goimu
Island or Dog Tooth lit ml, and is believed.
t be a radically bad negro.
OXLY THREK DAYS MORE.
(H ASSHRAUS TUB HDl'MWOV PREPARATION
VOlt HIS RXKCVTION WITH APPAUKNT VS
(O.NCRHX-I1K PKKI.S Sl'HK THAT If Tint
I'l lll.U' K.NW AM., HKW(H'MKOT RAMI,
ASl THKN RKCOl'N'lS THAT, "Atl."-HK
WOl't 1 KSfAPK l1 UK COiri l; HIT KXPK('T
Preparations fat the execution of the
murderer Glas, were commenced yrtrfday
morning. Our reporter called upon the
doomed man to learn Ids fctate of mind, iu
view of the growing certainty of death,
and found him quite, as eomixed RIon
any former is-casiim. Ho plainly heard the
hammering and sawing aud knew what it
meant, 'i hear every lick that is struck,"
he remarked, "und knew fiam the thst that
they were building my scaffold; but it
makes no difference. They liaiy to
build the scaffold, I suppose; and as I can't
help myself, it would d no good to take on
and be miserable. lut this I 00 know, that
if the people of this town knew all the facts
in the case, they would not allow me to be
hanged. They don't know how about two
years ago, I picked tliat woman lltuth
l'.rown) up and gave her clothes and food
ami a home, and they den't know how that
Carter Newman came Kitwien me and her,
and tmk her away from me, and how they
canied on in my presence. 1 had been
w 01 king hard from B o'clock iu the morn
ing until U o'clock at night to get
money for tliat woman to spend,
and ou the Saturday eveuing before the
murder, I came lmme for slipper' and found
m supper ready. Ellen Mclicaruey ended
to tne and said he "G!avs if you will g ve
me ten cents Til tell vu something."
And '.hen she point-d to a room that wis
barricaded up, an.l ms she. ' ('niter and
All ll IVe 'oren III
lor bonis." An I wheii I "carrie-l on"
aVut such con la.'t uuder my owa ces.
Cu ter e iiu- ;it m- with brass knueks.
II' Was a sti -ng m i; mighty tVw 1 len
cu'dg-t aw.iy with Can.r, and I was
aire I of I'-'A'.f. A;: I toe people don't know
that the P.oucy I , ive t K it ti H.owa to
buy s .in. thing to eit was spent by her and
New nrin for whisky; ;t:i I ho.v I hoi t put
up v.tli it r !.v butlievl and whipped 1:1 my
own !; ".sc. I: wis a retry hard thing for
a m vi to stan I. I ought to .- punished
for ki'lmg Carte;: let I oiigbta't to die I t
it, and if csen thing had been told I
wo;.! :n't L ive been scut to death."
I'he w iv:cie i fellow plead bis case with
great earnestness, an I ! is f'.!! pcrsinde.l
himselt that i'' he ha 1 aiiotlmr cliance to
get Lis si !e (.f the case to a jury, the g-ib
lows would I.- i..!.!i.-d of victim.
Th -r. jM.it r th n asked the prax-n.-r if
there is .t thing he cu!d do f -r him.
W ih a dull ipjK-arance of humor in l is
counrei. i. ce, (..lass piompt'y replied: "Yes.
Hide's something you cau do for me, aud I
wi,h y..u wouldn't forget it. lliing me a
hatchet, a c:i;sel i:id XX auger. He sure to
being ciir.an I if you can't get Yin here be
fore o'clock I'u.-sday moruing, bring them
then, for with life out-ide and death inside,
I'll make my way through these walls lv
fore daylight. ' The reporter admonishing
him to build up no hopes of that character,
he replied that he h;ul no hoiw of escape,
and didn't think it likely the Governor
would int- il'eie and iet him spvud his days
111 the penitentiary. Heiag asked, finally .
if he had anything t s:ty that be xvautvd
the public to kii'w, lie replied: "No, uot
now. On M nday l'ilget Mr. to
wnte out mv statement. A it will
. ,,,.,1. I... ., ;,, ,
... ., ,..., Ji,5. '''-i
to die, I gne-s the people xxili
I'll tell a'! I know n.l tell tl.o triil'i
uot to i.i.ame as mucli as people tlnuk I am.
t- 1 .....
in.oi.nau ignorant mgger; out t nao
great trouble, and smarter men than I am,
would have done as I did if they'd been
worr'ed, and robbed and whipped and in
sulted iu iheir own houses as l was. I will
If Glass is not inspired l.y the hope that
he will lie furnished an opportunity to es
cape, or that the Governor wilt interfere,
and commute his punishment to imprisun-im-iii,
hiscomparatively ca.sy und comforta
ble frame of mind, and the manifest ab
sence of all fear of death, are quite unusual,
to say the least of fUcm.
CAIRO AS l ST. LOUS K. K
1 t,,c hk !lt -'l to
1-th ll,duslVl' tiw s,,,,t,, 'H,un'1 trliu wil1
W!,lt !,t ' Ulltl1 P- tm
V'm,,,,M'M: xn u,,,m' ",s,,," 10
Mair. Hound trio tickets at reduced rates.
J. A. N.XLr.t.K, Ag't.
BAIT 1ST ASSOCIATION,
The Missionary Baptist iiHsociution will
nn-ct. with the Fourteenth Street Baptist
Congregation, at their church every day
this week, I'nnfl 9 a. m. In t p.. m. com
mencing Tuesday, September 0th. All
churches white and colored of any denomi
nation, ant cordially invited to meet with ns
daily. The committee trust thnt the citi
zens when cnHcd iqn. will all contribute
something towards defraying tho expenses
of the dehntes and tiie meeting.
Opened yesterday moruing ,
will contmuu to.upply Cll(t0m
with the choicest gtcaks, roasts (
all kind ol cut umats. Shop corner Eleveni
Htreet and Washington avenue, at tiro oh
stand. All old friends m BPW c,Mtom(.rt
are invited to give us a call.
The fashionable taut and shia, mskcr
takes pleasure in announcing to his old pa
trons and to the publio generally, that lie
can still be found nt his shop in the Athe
ucum buildiug, where lie is prepared to
make to order, hoots or .shoes of th(. att.fct
style from the best material an. I of th.
finest workmanship. As he uses uothii?
but A No. 1 stock, all of his work will e
warranted as represented, or no sale.
SPECIAL IirsiSESs NOTICES.
Yor Mis, it if you buy clothing nJ
furnishing goods anywhere except .f A
Marx, the favorite clothier, 61 Ohio l.aco.
Ami P.kii.im Pmcts-At the l lr
shop of J. Geo. Stciuhonse, Kiglitli ret,
near Alexander County Hank. Cusi'im rs
will fmd a clean, cool shop, misy -hos, nil
the late papers, clean towels, keen r.tz r
accommodating, skilled w..rkmu, and sat.
isfactory xviirk. Price: Shaving, It
ii- . ...
iims, naircui, Vi cent
',' a cents. G.iv him a ca'l.
A. Mxit.x, now in New York, wiil pur
chase the finest stock of men's b. x,' and
chil. lien's clothing, ever brought to Caiio.
ir will py xou to aw ait me open!
an entile near suvk. consisting of men's
( box,' and cldklren's clothing. lV.rnUMi.-
gossl, an, I tlie J. H. stetson hats t ie. A.
Marx, the uccvs.sful clothier, ft! Ohio
SMUL AbViKHsK.XifA lS
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'1 aud:t!.j lluv. 5 in t.
VI "SlMltn IOkiXJS tOU RKNT.
Two fumisbttt rivnislur rriii. 'la w !0 it
Njur.l. ;e,i, at Mr., t :i.4'i-r M. c.tiivi v(
ti-. lis aud lV.ar
i'lt .Vl.K - PKurSKI'V.
A N'. I 1. ir room uj ,u.i,n, Kr f u , u 1
nil uri-a. J.iniu'iv i-( 1 iiirn-t Si"isitaai-.-ii-. run rr
..... , ,,. -a s i:-,-v . i, many .-. i-r f-ar r- om
tifi-t aui! X v!ut!gtuB ieliw.
l'i; UK XT.
!. fains pj-i,., LiU-ril
Alt i. I mo, 1
I'. OIH.I IUI He!
i.m sm s,-i.ir i-., or I.., -.-tin t. a vl of :.;
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.irvi .M.- ... jr n-Uiu , Aj-j:vtuA M 1: 1
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Mississippi 001. VfY FAIR.
HKiHTII AXM'AL FAIK
- or hi-
m issis.ssn'pi rop.NTv
Airricultural ami )It'!i:uiicul
ston. Scit. HUli to Ut!i
I ' a '-uieioiiu promisca ii D li
, LKS.1 llli.Tl-sllIlf ).t ii .-Kl.
1 sain -i. w .1 m:.' . ....
I w'v lh';' '''udai.i-e ol lUi- Ui-iiVia ia l:;W 1
I "i.f..- ILsi-ihK will V ).-omliu.!i f..at are of tl.
' 1. 1 us att 1
111 : r aim a lire iiu'h'-.-i la
.-uu-r.-d i-um l iiuois mij Keni
fiiima.. run- '..vii
k 111 vie.i n i'i m
, 1 Vau. v !, ,.,, ,, . .. iv
f.-luriinii; will l,.-nvv n.irllo:i 5 d j 1 -;v w,c.. ,
'.'seu-vt tl reda.eJ rjic.
Dit'aiul Dumb Actors!
AT THK AT1IENKUM
SKE THK rKOUKAMME.
' ' "' ' (' '1 1 mi in, llama 1 ,M
OX TH1 FIFTlifiNTU DAVOFOCTUBSR XSX'L'
EDWARD' A. BUDER
Will ri'tnoen to hn ceminoilioMH ml haudaouio
new Hloru. on
XKXTDOORTO SC UCU'S NKW DrtL'O STORK
He xvlll opnn wlih tlm flitP-t. stork of Jmvi.liy
SllvcrHiire. etc.. In tlwiHtiite.iitid hiivliu mere reem
tlinn In lilx iir..ctit ijimrtera, tie will knno on baud
n large muck of the ifltlenmn rni.;H of
mid other' .Mw'lfst Itit-trinttoma und miTdjiwdUo.
He will nlway- have In the atorn a capable and n
llitlilo Hitler hhU Unieber, mut will etMr ep.iU
to the mitnlral imtillc. Thoae coiitimDlaUaii our
chuulni ptmij or orirana, would do wll to wilt
andiBpcctUItock.. Rl. A. BCDIR, "