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OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COTTNTY
The noted Cameron-Oliver suit is before
the supremo court on an appeal from the
decision of the court below. General Butler
will not bo hcaid, and it is said that the
former husband of Mrs. Oliver, produced
in such a dramatic manuer by the defence
at the former trial, will not be a witness
TntKE was a great deal of bitterness
manifested in the bouse at last night's ses
bion, in the oppositinn to Mr. Cox's bill to
regulate immigration, aud it was early
made manitest that numerous and impor
tant amendments will be necessary if the
bill is to pass. Particularly was that fea
ture of the bill attacked which made it im
possible for certain unfortunate but not
criminal classes to come to this country.
The debate on the army bill, or, rather,
on the rider, was the liveliest of the ses
sion. It became personal on two or three
occasions. In fact, it is observed on till
hands that the senate, during this session,
lias lost much of the decorum and formal
ity which once distinguished it and to
which some of the senators look lack with
pleasure. This is because of the gradua
tion of so many representatives into
the senate. The house, Senator Carpenter
said the other day, is ''governed by inso
lence." General Melikuff, the dictator of Rus
sia, when ho first took charge ot nfiuirs
tried mild and conciliatory measures with
tho Nihilists. This didn't work well. As
noon as the Nihilists were released from ar
rest they commenced plotting against the
life of the czar, and against the peace and
safety of MellkolT and other high person
ages. Melikoflf will now try the effect of
a little harshness. Nihilists are like the
Kearneyites. Kindness und conciliatory
treatment incites them to greater deeds of
violence. The only effective way of dealing
with them is to shoot them or lock them
Whatever else may be doubtful about
tho intention ot the authors of our tariff
laws, they undoubtedly meant to place on
the freu list all materials used in the manu
facture of paper. It happened that pulp of
wood, which is by far the most important
clement in the manufacture of paper used
by the daily and weekly press of the coun
try, was not specillcally and by name ex
empted from duty. Under a treasury
decision which held that this verbal omis
sion was fatal to the free admission of wood
pulp, a few manufactures ol that article
Lave been able to impose an exorbitant tax
on tho general body of paper-makers, by
whom it is of course shifted on the con
sumers, the newspaper publishers of the
couutry, and the burden falls with Bpeeiul
hardship on publishers outside of tho great
cities we, consequently, being impover
ished so that a handful of monopolists mav
grow rich. The most powerful champion
of these monopolists is lUpresenativo
Garfield. Where his oppositiou to tho bill
withdrawn, tho restoration of wood pulp to
the tree list, whero It b.'longs, would be ac
complished in a few dayi. While his
opposition continues tho monodolists arc
ccure. Cm Mr. Garfield afford to continue
liu support of a most odious sud oppres
sive tax which brings in no revenue to the
government, but which interferes very de
cidedly with the dissemination of knowl
edge among the people?
No one is surprised that tho Kalloch-De
Young differences should have ended in
blood; but the details of the tragedy, are,
however, somewhat startling, inasmuch as
tho son of Klaloch took it upou himself to
revenge tho wrongs ot Ids father. Few
will deny that Charles Do Young was the
first agressor; that he attempted, through
the columns of his paper, the San Francisco
Chronicle, to drive, by personal abuse, the
Rev. Isaac S. Kalloch to withdraw as the
workingman's candidate for mayor of San
Francisco. To accomplish this end, the
Chronicle undertook to review the record,
both public and private, ot Kalloch
before he removed to San
Francisco, especially unearthing
certain of his alleged amours and savory
business transactions, Kalloch resented this
scurilous attack by dealing sundry epithets
upon I)e Young, which, iu substance,
branded him as the son of a prostitute. De
Young replied by shooting Kalloch, but
not fatally. Kalloch recovered, and was
elected mayor. It is evident that the ani
mosity engendered by this attack upon his
life has not been assuaged by the lapse ot
time, rather has it been intensified by the
assaults of the Chronicle upou the Kalloch
administration of municipal affairs. The
method of journalism adopted by Charles
Do Young, his turbulent career, and his
violent death but verify the truth of the old
adage: "He that sows to the wind will
reap the whirlwind."
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN AFRICA.
Dr. Scnwcinfurth, in a lecture which he
recently delivered at the Herlin Geograph
ical Society on the subject of his latest ex
plorations in Central Africa, gave his hear
ers a thrilling account of the mode in
which capital punishment is inflicted upon
criminals by the Al-Quadjis, a small trib
utary off-shoot of the great and powerful
Djour people. The malefactor condemned
to die is bound to a post firmly driven into
the ground in some open place where no
trees afford a shade, and is there roasted to
death. To protract his sufferings and to
avert his speedy end by sunstroke, the in
genious Al-Quadjis cover their erring com
patriot's head with fresh green leaves,
which effectually shield his brain. No
such protection is, however, accorded to his
body, which gradually dries up, shrinks
together, and ultimately becomes carbon
ized. One chance of salvation is open to
the roasting man, while as yet he is not
completely "done to death." If a cloud
pass between the sun and his place of tor
ment, lie is at once cast loose from his post,
and becomes the object of popular rever
ence, as a mighty magician in whose, be
half the supernatural powers have deigned
directly to i ntervene.
DID IT HIMSELF.
The attempt to show that Cadet AVIiitta
ker mutilated himself, and also tied himself
to his bed, reminds us of a story told by
the late Capt. Marryat, in one of his amus
ing novels. The first lieutenant of an Eug
lish frigate told tho captain that one of the
midshipmen, Mr. Malcolm, had chopped
off at least four inches from tho tail of his
(the captain's) dog Pouto, at the beef
block, and pretended it was an accident.
"What! my setter's tail?" exclaimed the
captain. "Yes, sir, he did, I can assure
you." "Mr. Malcolm," cried the captain in
great wrath, "how came you to cut off my
dog's tail?" "Me, sir?" replied the young
ster demurely, "I didn't cut off his tail,
sir; he cut 'it off himself!" "What, sir?"
roared the captain. "If you please, sir. I
was chopping a piece of beet, and the dog,
who was standing bv, turned short round,
and put his tail under the chopper." "Put
his tail under the chopper, you little
scamp!" replied the captain in u fury.
"Now just put your head above the maintop-gallant
cross-trees, and stay there until
you are called down."
Meriduti, Ml., Mercury.
When Grant left Vicksburg the other day,
his coining was Hashed by wire to Jackson.
The news spread like wild lire, and almost
y,0(IO excited negroes gathered and surged
around the depot. The negroes appeared
to go clean crazy over Grant and laid down
all decency und self-respect. The veritable
Christ could not have stirred more their
sentiment of reverence nnd adoration if he
had descended from heaven. A fat old
negro wench, by strange good luck, gained
access to the'third-term car almost as soon
as it came to a stop. Advancing a little
she espied her man and knew him by in
stinct. She exclaimed aloud: "Dar sets
my Jesus with a stove-pipe hat on!" When
ho alighted, some of the negroes got him
by tho coat-tail nnd kissed it reverentially,
while others actually got down and kissed
Ids feot. Such crawling human r.'pitles, if
they had the power, would give Grant a
third, a fourth, and a life term. And of
such, with a few pale-laced "dirt-eaters,"
arc the kingdom of Grant.
CHARLES LAMH TO YOUNG MEN.
The waters have gone over me. But out
of the black depths, could I be heard I
could cry out to all those who have but set
a foot in the perilous flood. Could the
youth to whom the flavor of his first wine
is delicious as the opening scenes ot life, of
the entering upon some newly-discovered
paradise, look into my desolation, nnd be
made to understand what n dreary thing it
is when a man shall feel himself going
down n precipice with open eyes and it
passive will to see his destruction, and to
have no power to stop it, nnd yet feel it all
the way emulating from himself ; to sec all
godliness emptied out of him. and yet not
ublo to forget a time when it was other
wise; to bear upon him the piteous spec
tacle of his own ruin could lie bco my
fevered eye feverish with the last night's
drinking and feverishly looking for to
night's repetition of tho folly; could lie
but feel tho body of deuth out of which I
cry. hourly whh feeble outcry, to bo deliv
eredit were enough to make him dash the
sparkling beverage to tho earth In all the
pride of itimuutling temptation.
THE SKULL of CONFUCIUS FOR SALE.
The London Globo anuounces that tin
skull of Confucius is tor salo in a curiosity
shop iu that city, but so far it has found no
purchaser. It was touml nt rekin durin
tho plunder of the summer palace of the em
peror by the allied French and English
troops in 1780, and was then mounted in
gold and ornamented with diamonds to tli
value of f0,000. It was brought to Lmv
don in 1S02, and exhibited in the Universal
exposition, where, on account of its mount
iiiL', it attracted attention. Sixty thousand
dollars were offered for it, but now that
has been stripped of its gold aud jewels it
cannot urn I a purohaser at any price.
A parrot that had strayed and been found
by Mr. Grafton, of Port Jervis, proved to
be a fluent talker. When the children
neglected to rock the cradle, Poll crlei
"Mother, Sally don't lock the cradle.
After relitriuus services were held in the
house, they were frequently interrupted by
I'oll calling upon some one by name
close the meeting with prayer, and it ws
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshal!
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Holts to the nlllicted upon DO days
trial. Speedy cures miarantccd. They
mean what they say. rite to them with
The Greatest Ni.esin;. A simpl
puie, harmless remedy, that cures every
time, und prevents disease by keeping the
blood pure, stomach regular, kidneys and
liver active, is the greatest blessing every
conferred upon man. Hop Hitters is that
remedy, nnd its proprietors are bein
blessed by thousands who have been saved
and cured by it. See another column
Malahia Destroyed. G. A. J. Gadbois
of Hrockville, Canada, certifies that he was
prostrated by a malarial disease contracted
in Texas, and was quickly and completely
cured by the use of Warner's Safe Pills and
Safe Bitters. lie adds: "I shall never
travel in that climate without your Safe
Pills and Hitters as a part of my outfit.''
The Reason Why. The tonic effect of
Kidnev-Wort is produced by its cleansing
and purifying action on the "blood. Where
there is a gravelly deposit in the urine, or
milky, ropy urine lrom disordered Kidnev?
it cures without fail. Constipation and
piles readily yield to its Catharine and
iTcnixo Piles Symptoms and Cvre.
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, increased by scratch
ing, very distressing particularly at night.
as if pin worms were crawling in and about
the rectum; the private parts are some
times affected; it allowed to continue very
serious results may lellow. Dr. fcwaynes
All-llctding Ointment is a pleasant, sure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Eryesipelas, Barber's Itch,
Blotches, all Scaly, Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price 50 cents, J boxes 1 i").
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne &
Sen, 3:10 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. hold by all prominent druggists.
Fever and ague may be thoroughly
cured by tlie use ot "Cinciio-iJi'IMNe.
new preparation from Peruvian bark. Tli
dose is the same as Sulphate Ouinine, and
its febrifuge, tonic, and anti-periodic effect
is more pronounced. ithal it is cheaper,
being sold by druggists at $1.30 per ounce.
or sent, postage paid, tor same price, by
Billings, (.'lapp k Co., Manufacturing
Chemists, Boston, Mass.
Ml'Tt'AL All) SOCIETY
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INM'R
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Organized July 1 tth. 1 STT, Under l
Laws of the Slate of Illinois.
Copprighted July !. bll, under
Act of CoiiL'icss.
WILLIAM sTIt.VTTUN, riiE-ii.EST
Mas. A. P. TA YLOU, -J.
Da. J. J. (iOKI)ON.
UOAH1) OK MAN'AOUKS:
iOItl)UN. l'hvMmn Cairo, 111m
.Mr. A. I'. TAYLOlt. Superintendent of-
Hchool, Alexander I'outitv '
J. A. t.Ol.USTINE. of Uuldf'tine A lto-
fliwjiliT. Wholcale and Hetall Don!.'!
hi Staple iiml Fnncv Dry l.ooiln .
N H. THISTLEWOol). ol lllnkle A
Thillcvood, I'tiimnii-elou Murebnuls.
(..niton Htnl Toliucco Kiu tor "
H. 1). AYKES, ol Ajri'H A Co., ComiuiIh-
"llltl .MlTClllllllH . .
THOMAS LEWIS, liieiiruuce Maimer
mill Attorney nt l.itw " .
WM. STIIAT'I'ON ol' Stratum A Ulrii
Whule'itlti tiroier '
iEO. M. AI.DEN. Comniiscinu Mcr-
eliitlit, 7M Ohio Levee "
JAS. H. KKAIiDEN. Aiteiit M ihrtihpijipi
Valley TriuiHiortittlon I'omiuiiiy
(.'HAS. H. STI AHT. WholcHilu iiml lt.
tall Dry (IooiIh imfl Notion
EDWAlii) A. Ill ' OH K, .Mumifnet uriuu
lewler ami Wliolenule (lealrr In Watch-
milker' Tool still MalcrlalN
( IIAHLES LANCASTER, LaucaKter A
Hlce, LiiiiiIh'I' Denier
C. O. I'ATIEIt. C. (). Puller A Cu,
WIioIcchIh anil Iti'lsll MerrliHnt "
Kkv. ll.Y.OKOIUIE, l'Htor l'rtcbvtcrlHu
,!. C. WHITE, InHiirKtire Audit " "
(I. W. Mi KEAK), l'oKtinuxter ' "
8. 1'. WIIKELEIt, Attorney Mid Cotumcl.
or at I iiw m. "
Mil. LOt'lSA EISIIHACK '
U"H'Alt IIAYT'll UN, Wliolculo nud
Uetall Hoot' Shoe mill Dry Wood". ... " "
A J. HUM), Merchant and SleumboHt
I ll'roiirletor " "
WILLIAM Kl.t'liK. (Jeneral Merch'dl.'
1'. (i. Hi ll L II. WholcMile and Ketall
J.T. UKNNIIi. Foundry and Muchliitxt..
ALIIEHT LEWIS " .
Mil. L. A. IIOWAIID, Hoarding Howe.. "
W. F. 1'ITCIIKH, IiiMiiancii Aitcnl " "
A. HALLE Y, Dealer In bum. Tin and
h. W. UHEEN, Ureeu, Wood A lleunett
Miller ' "
II. K, roTTEIt, Editor and 'iit)lllicr
Ari!ti'.)ouriial Mound City, "
Mil. h.A. AY EES Villa Klilu. '
A. J. r HE.NcTl, Fanner Hud l'ulnt, Mo
T0H KOCK AM) RYE.
A New Compound, su'"1'
prepared hi' BiiI-ihii Tolll. Crvsliilizi'rt Jlnck
t'Hinlv. Old Rye Wlikv i"l "Uier Tonic. The
i'ornuilii I known to uur'het phyiclun. 1 uliihly
commended tiy them, and the Annll ul'miv of our
mot prominent clicmlM. I'roi'. o, A. Mariner, of
Chicago, la on the label of every liotlie. it i a well
kiiHwti faet to Ihe medical tirufeion that TOI.l',
KOi'K and RYE will afford the j;reiitci relief for
L'oiit'b. Cold. Inlluen.H, Hrouchlli. Sore Throat,
Weak Lime, alxo Consumption. In the Incipient
und advanced etue of th ill dit'ae.
It can lie ircd a a Deverape and for an Appeti
zer, iimklni: an effective tonic fur Family lie. Try
it, you will find it pleat-nut to take, of L-real ervice,
if weak or delilllialed. a It L'ivc KtrchK'ih, 'Tune
and Activity to the whole human frame.
lI'i!t up Iu U,uart Uc Dottle for Family u-e.
Sole Ai:ent fcr ll.e I'niteil State and Canadv.
Also Importer of Fine Wines, Llitinraml l iuiir.
Ill Madion Street. Chicago.
Sold by Dnif.'ll and Denier everywhere.
I)k. C. MeLAXE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "tor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," hut in affec
tions of the Liver, and all Billious com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FKVEK.
No butter cathartic can be i;.cd prepara
tory to, or after takiny quinine.
As a simple purgative they are ucc(jua!ed
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax real on the lid
with the impression. Mi Laxk'sLivlk Pill.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
McLane and Fleming Hunt.
-fInsist upon having the genuine Dk.
C. McLaxe's Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG IlROS., Pittsburgh. Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but same
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Lawn Mower Co.
Ol Il.-ir'.ibril, Conn.,
M AN t'FAC rt'RE RS OF THE
and CHARTER OAK
Tflce Mower have become celebrated ttaronch-
'it tbe World, where lawn ar cultivated, a be
inj lhe mo-t perfect and ilenruble Lawn Mewcm
ever made. They rtar.d at the head ol' tin-lit of
lawn .Mower in the l". s. nnd Europe. They eon
tain all the improvement that experience In their
manufacture can us.".'et; are beautifully lliilhed,
thoroughly made, aud do splendid work' on every
aneiT oi lawn
Ilan'd Mower Si.e. from ft to 1-J inrl e. 1'onv
und Hore size. i4, und tt inelie. Scud for
SOLI) IlYol'Il Ai.ENTS EVERYWHERE.
ALE OF I'EIiONAL PROPERTY OK
SAMCtl. B. IIA1.I.IIUV, llElfc'AtEI).
Notice l hereby L'lveu. that under anil bv viriim
ol an order of the county court of Alexander ruuiily.
ou'cdueday the l'.Mh day of May A. 1). lH.io, be
tween the hour of ten o'clock a. in. and llvo
clock t) In . of said ilav. at No 1,1 (11, In 1 . v,.,.
Cairo. 1 1 1 i ti i k . tie pernonal property 'if Samuel It.
llalliilav. deceaed.eonii.tin''or tmrlor. bed room
and iliniuf: mom furniture. carpel, picture", pmno
and many other article, will be euUI ut public alt
erlll of faiecaMi.
ADA ('. AISTHOIII'E.
II EN HY L. II ALLIIIAV.
Ouariliau minor heir of S. II. Ilullidny, deceared
Haled, Cairo. Illinoi. April '.Dih. Issj.
Harpers Youn People.
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