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KmIIb Hrtttt mm KVMy PNt.
JMM K. OlMLY, KAltAr.
Vctlcnhyewiliijt We K-oclvwl thf tol
lowlng JWpAtch, Troin Judp) Hm,
which fully explains il'ilf :
VtOMA, lit., pot. 13, IMC.
wm eJoclcd Oraiid Miutcr Independent
Orr Odd Follows on tlio ilrt IwlJot.
We had a very ngwosblo vNlt Irom Mr.
A. Aekermnn. editor ol the MouuU City
ffctrfof. VMtcrdar evening. Hr reports
business on tlie Inorusse lu our nrlghbor
Ing town. .
Hun? Von Bulow, a oulcbratcd German
pianist, who divides tlio honors of pre
mitre with RubcnMcln,nrrtved In Boston
Utely. Ho Is announced as one of tliu
leading nttractlon In the United Slatt-s
for the winter months.
DUpntclics from below report all quiet
at Friar's Point. Twenty-flvc dead nc
bto have been found in vnrlotn, places.
How many white mui wens UHU dhns not
been stated. One, 11 well-known citizen,
was brutally UlUcd by black men, from
Wc arc .nkwl to send one of our Dem
ocratic roosters to Dtt Quoin to atiUl In
the Republican Jubilee:
Dm Quoin, lu.., Oct. 13, 1373.
John II. Obkkly : Seiui us by mail or
express your proudest, liluhest-hrath'd.
bent crowinjf llooster. Wo will defray
expenses and return him m good health.
Vouts, Rkkm & ItlCilAKI)..
All our roosters nre sick ; but wo man
aged to dress onn up In borrowed feathers
and forwarded" mm as requested.
Whether ho will do duty in Republican
harness we are unable to say.
Antonio Calnlnno, Dotnlnlco IJamlni
and Bostlnnus Lombardo, clinrg-ed with
tlio killing of Francheo Tnlenno fall Cicll
Hans), last .March, were convicted 111 the
criminal court of St. Louis and found
pullfy of murder in the first ilcj?rfic, on
T.n.iav. While tlio Jurymen were eon-
sultlsftr'n'to the penalty, the prhoner
sat with their head- reeling ou ttmlr
handi, the younger ono ol the patty
honInir slims of weakness. They
had bul littlfl to "say when
attainted with their fate, nnd tne
chanlcally extended their hands to . re
ceive the handcuff. Santa Maglo turned
State's evident; and swore thnt It was
a tlxed conspiracy to asas9lnatc Pn-
lermo ; that he was forced to accompany
the men beitnr tried on their rnhslon of
death ; and that, owing to being threat
ened with motatit death, he had miA n
harmless shot at Pitlermo. rIlnvi men
will swing to n certainty. '
DISTRICT or rOLl'MItl.t x
Grant can't havo his way In nuylhlng
without being growled tit by some one
Because he "slirued a tow napers. at
Denver, "and forwarded them ly mall,"
he has received n general boujirjng mi nil
aides. Owlnir to the dilllcult matter of
keeping the President at his post, it Is
proposed, by tlio Memphis Appeal, that
tl.e District of Columbia be placed on
wheels, ami moved around the country
at tlio option of tlio general.
A Conifresslonal outrage committee
will bo scut down Sottili after Hie author
of that lling at tliu genius of tlio third
term. We hate Heard of men consider
ing themselves on wheels, in Memphis,
alter a bout with its saloon", but we
novcr before heard ofadeslru ou the part
of anv editor to put the capital of the
United States on wheels to keep up wltl
Its traveling Pivldrnt. When Ornnt
falls in tho third term business, we would
ulvUc him to Imitate the example of the
President of the Confederacy nnd go into
-Mho luur.iucc business, and write hi
day, but there were no suggestion? a to
There Is a probability that the con
tcMnnU in the Ward's will case Will
withdraw from the fight nnd, instead of
quarreling nbout dead men's slides, set
tlwrnV-lveq to the Improvement ot ,',c'r
Major John Somcrvlllo, n popular
Memphis lawyer, died recently, at Ma
son's Di-pof, near that city. At the time
of hU death ho bed the position ol
Countv Superintendent of Puhllo
A pawned watch has been the moans
of pointing to, the murderer ol tlio .e
York merchant. Koe. .loun annul win
arrested on the charge, and It is believed
by detectives, that he Is the person who
struck the fatal blows.
Mr. Geoigc Young, who killed a
THE EI.EC I'lOXft.
Ohio, ebrasKa anil lowa nave gone
Republican. Ohio hub given to the Op
position about 5,000 majority, and Allen
will have to step down and out , and 1 il
dcu, of New York will come to tho Demo,
cratlc trout. Nebraska was carried Ij,v
the Republicans with n majority ot lo,.
000; and Iowa 25.000. What the full re
turns will develop wc cannot conjecture,
but it is generally conceded that the
Democrats have lost the battle. In Ohio
Republican gn aro reported every
where. Hamilton county, including Chi
cinnatl. i claimed by Hayc bv a nnjor
Iry of 0,000 and over.
THE IIKITIK1I XAVV.
Captain Dawklns, who comma tided
the ill-futcd ship. Vanguard, has been
court-martialed and dismissed the ser
vice of the British navy. A dUslplIno,
inexorable in it nature, governs the
English navy, and punishment is meted
out without favor to all who violate It
from the utliulral to the common sailor.
U'lic duties of all are clearly defined, nnd
exacted with an iron law which i ac
knowledged as fust and equable. All
who sail under the Union Jack are taught
that discipline Is paramount to all else,
and that a violation of it will bo surely
followed with punishment.
The Peoria Ikmocsai speak of our
senior r.ditor In the following flatlet lug
"Wcliad a social call I.ulovcnlnjr Irom
Hon. John II. Ouorly. of the Cairo ltu.
uni.v. Mr. Olicily will deliver tlm an
nual addroi? before tho 1. O. O. J', so
ciety In Rouse'i Hall, Wednesday
evening, at which time all are Invited,
whether members of the order or not.
Friend Oberly is tin able and fluent
talker, as well .n writer, and will doubt-
lefs make a favorable hunrusslon among
tour people, lie lias tilo been invited to
address the Jeffersonlnu club while hi
tho city, which . he probably will do
Thursday or Friday evening. Duo notice
will be given.
Wc are well aware that our senior U a
fluent talker. . He demonstrates it daily
to the satisfaction of the bad ones ol the
tli'LMrrt.v when lie is at liomc paiticu
iarly on occasions of full disaster to our
steam nnd press-llxtuic, such as betel
them Tuesday mornimr. On those occa
sions ho );ccomoi brilliant, and Interpo
lates his speeches with short and cllectlvc
anecdotes with a facility and speed that
would defy flic most expert rliort-hand
reporter not including hl remarks about
the antecedents of people intimately or
remotely connected with tie nvtfteiir.
Ih' n fluent talker, you bet.
butcher mimed Frank in Charleston, Mo.
was formerly n resident ot Golconda, 111.,
where ho has many ft lends and relatives
llvlinr. Hu was ha led in thy um ol
An cxihnugcsays: "It took Web
ter twenty-one ycarsjo maki. his die
tlonarv, but that book has done more to
take tho John lliillUui out of Amerleins
than nil the jiletorial historic- of the Unl
ted Slates put together."
Hum, of thu Inttr-Octan, the late de
capitated, Is in a bad way. I lu has spent
considerable thnu in writing letter to
I'.rlstow which 1'rNtow felines to notice.
Tho Secretary says that Ham can write
his own replica If ho wants any.
Il is stated that Wilbur F. Storey, of
the Chicago' Timrs, will soon travel to Ku
rope, and that .1. Sterling Morton, of Ne
braska, formerly associated with Stotey
lu tliu editorship ot n Detroit paier, will
control the Timat during Mr. MorcyV lib-Bcuce.
Advices from Washhiglon t.lty state.
that tho attorney-general U In daily re
eelpt of advices from MlsMisliuil. Gov.
Ames is uvi-rse to m ining citl.etis of the
State for their own protection, for the
reaioii that It would produeu great ex
citement. Everything l reported quiet.
Sam l'.owlesof IlieHprlnglleld lUpit'f
licim, was one ol the judges at theMaa
ehusetts baby show. Therefore we llml
the following attributed to him :
and one of tho ofllccM of the Pandora,
dated Il?co, August 0. nnd Waygart
Straits, August 0. Tho letters described
the voyajre as pleasant. The Pandora
coaled ntDlscW There had been some
collisions with Icebergs, but the vessel
wai not Injured. The oftlccr'a letter de
scribes the crow as working well. All on
board fare alike. At Ivljjtut nay l hey
saw the Fox.
The New Orleans Ti,nt3 says : "It
can not be salt! that tin- era of good feel
ing prevails In MUMppl. Our fellow
Citizens, up there, ur too much given to
plugging each otlit rat -hot t range. Rut
the dispatch publuticd ) i-sterdiy morn
lug is n faint sign of an era ot ood sense,
which Is itlmo.'t a- 'flmblo as good feel
Ing, The Republn-nii d t- gii'lnn which
went to tee ill.- .v uin y General at
Waeliiiigtun do :i'). wnl u op sent to
Ail-U.-lppi heciiu i . ii I, event, tho
iiegroej will elet . lin-n plastered
with Indictment.. I o- v iumts mli-demeati-ors.
After this, w - .i ml some hope
for Mississippi arter all."
A London dispatch says that infor
mation lias been received that Turkey
mid 3"rvla have agreed to withdraw their
troops from the frontier. II this Is true.
It will relievo Prlucu Mllim-Obrenovh: of
much niil;ty. As long as tho Turkish
troops menaced the frontier, the Servian
population, tliu majority of whom aro in
favor of war, will be reslless nnd san
gulnary, with the memory of TurkM
perfidy fi-e.-h in their mind. Tliero H
some excuse for the bitter feeling of the
Servians, for the wanton slaughter of
their brethren by the Tuiknit Belgrade
In 1802 can nut eally be forgotten, ami
the liberty they now enjoy has been pur
chased with much blnod.
PconiA, ills.. Oct. 12. Tlio grand en
campment of Illinois Odd Fellows con
vened at tliu opera-houu tins morning,
There were about one thousand delegutes
nreieni irom various putts ot me suite.
Incoming traiua since that timo how
ever huvo 'swelled the number to
fully fllteeti hundred. By to-morrow
it is thought that nut less than 2,500 will
ha In the elty. This morning Peoria and
Chicago patrinrch, In fail uniform, es
corted tneiulxirs ot thu irriliid eucainn-
incut to thu opera-house, where lliey
were received with a welcome by lion.
11. G. Anderson. P. U. P..ot Peoria. Dr.
T. Warren Floyd, of Odlejple, III.,
tespouded, after which llili cneatu
uient wiw opened hi due lot in. Pi occed
ings were eoutlued entirely to routine
bii-tiuess. The annual convention of tho
grand lodge of the Statu al-o met this af
ternoon mil conierrei degrees on over
two hum red caud date J. lo-inorrow
there Is to lie a great and Imposing street
demonstration, In whieh all city societies
are to participate. Tho weather Is very
line ami everytiuug id encouraging lor
ine sueecs ot wio cne;iiiipmeni.
Tor tlin .Mould of Ortuber,
During the fever m ii-ioii of last month,
the stock of Ayer's Ague Cure lu the Old
Noith State became exhausted, and be
fore u supply could be received from Lo
well, the suflerhig from chills and fever
became fcarlul. A few parties wete so
fortunate as to have It on hand,
and in Iredell county, tho drug
gifts eked out their slender stocks by
sidling doses a ponnlul each for a dol
lar. Many paid ten dollars for a bottle,
when the regular price is but one. and
thought, thcin-elves favored at that, so
valuable aro the curative properties
of thU prep iratlon. which not only e..
pels 'he poison from the system, but
leaves the patient with unimpaired health
and vigor. K.itrigh (,V. V.) Standartt.
I I wmX I I I I H m
Wkoleaal and Retail
PAINT AND OIL DEALER?.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS Ol
THE NOVEMBER ELECTION.
J To tin- Voters of AlcxntiUer 'otmii J
LAMAR 1VTN THE Ul'ESkTlO.V.
A Republican candidate for congress
made a statement to the effect that the
success of the Democnls lu this election
would mean the re-enslavement of the
colored people, Mr. Lamar turned to
the audience, nnd Ucked thoic whlto
Democrats present who honestly accepted
the situation, and would tnko up arms, if
necessary, In defense ot tho freedom of
their colored neighbors and their fellow
citizens, to say "aye." The response
was instantaneous and deafening. By
putting that question, Mr. Lumar suc
ceeded In driving-home a nail lu the ttnu
ical coflln. Such false statements are
used In a lavish manner by the Radical
leaders of the South for the purpose of
influencing the votes of the black men,
and Inflaming their minds.
KSGLAWB'M MOXDIT.R Jl1X.
The science of man, while it invents
and discovers (or tho benefit of the hu
man race, also puts Into operation tha:
which destroys and levels all opposing
It. England has created, for thu de
fense of her proud little island, a mor.
iter gun, which Is considered a marvtl
In construction and results. Charged
with 170 pounds of powder, it will throw
a projectile weighing 1260 pounds. Tlio
forco of tho bliot Is equal to tho
penetration of solid armor
twenty-four inchci thick, and
it has a range of ten miler, with tested
velocity, at the moment ot discharge, of
IM0 feet per second. It is constructed of
heavy colls of wrought Iron, shrunk over
ttwl lining, and is Indcetructlbhs under
ray strata of powder charge that can bo
used. The loading ot this monster engine
ot destruction i performed by the means
f hydraulic machinery I I believed
that nothing so far constructed by the
kill and genius of man can withstand the
bfttterlag of this formidable engine of
STA. EE VM EXPEDITION.
Henry M. Stanley, tho New York Ha-
ald'a African explorer, left the coast with
three hundred men, but in less than (lute
months lie had lot byfainlne, dysentery,
heart disease, desertion and war, over 125
men, natives of Africa, and one Euro
pean. In his correspondence to tho Ucr-
aid he describes n butUu that lasteil three
days, in which his forces were compelled
to destroy whole villages by the, and put
to death many natives, before a peaceful
passigc could be sucurcd. lu tho batin of
Matongo, In Southern Urlml, he says,
"wo wero Instructed by tho ruins of hills
and ridges, relics of a loftier upland, of
what has been elKcted by nature lu the
course of long ages. Xo learned geolog
ical savant nceil ever expound to the
traveler who views these rocky ruins the
geological history of this country. From
n distance we viewed thu glistening,
naked and riven rocks as a singular
scene ; but when wo stood among them,
and noted thu appeanmcu of the rocky
fragments ot uratiite, gneiss and por
phyry, peeled, as It were, rind alter rind,
or leaf after leaf, like an artichoke, until
the rock was wasted away, It seemed
as if Dame Nature had left these relics,
these hilly skeletons, to demonstrate iier
laws nnd career."
The conteit tor United States Senator
lu Kentucky, is commencing to present
formidable proportions. The Hon.
James D. Reck, General Williams, Sena
tor Stevenson and cx-Govcriior Leslie,
are the most prominent aspirants now In
the field. These gctlcmcn arc nllvn to
the Importance of the work before them
and are organUing for the contest. The
names of the lion. Isaac Caldwell, the
Hon. Stoddsirt Johnson, Gen. Preston
ma Col. W. C. P. lirecklnndKenre mom
's tio&ed as persons who nrt! nit m
Ti let thclrniiniesi'O before lhir.t.i .
'bl " - - "-ftumuny as
rrir vuiiuiwitcE fit 11413 l-TCtlt Of n
ft wtuure 10 aeiect irom tne poiitlvc aipi.
irifmU; and It is reasonable to Count
one of the comproumc eandl-
winning the coveted pbco lu the
.7 itc(l and able Democratic leaden.
Tilton's Goldun Age haa suspended
publication. Now for llecehei's Chris-
ifrfSi'l V'nhU6 IfJobb, Leon Lewis nnd
STcd nuntlinci'ays an exchange, "arc
''"i.JlfilVi'Jb-il kits fallen in tho city of
JluupjiH.j.nuil thin loo formed In exposed
T. S. Ayres, a lncrchant of Grenada.
MIlslppl,thot.and killed Thomas W.
bmyaayhJj'aay, In eeir-defensi'.
P'afrtili'nro'wulow- says of Gov. Amos.
of MUiUalppl. that he "knows as little of
the temper and wants of his constituents
as a undo does of inathennitlei-."
tj.lastaccounts Urlgadier General
Pdtsc,6rtfovcriior Amos militia, was
roosting on tho apex of n ryprcis tunip
liicC.tog'icdItor are not loving
oneauQUierJii-uj'ethrcii otiglit. Thu ed.
ItofjOf . Uw Tim's characteri.cs hl con
teiipcary of tho Mr.Oetnn ns a "imtly
Cardliial MeCloskcy yielded to the
Impprtu'nlty offRotnan marble-cutters,
and ordered n $10,000 altar for St. Pat
rick's Cathedral In S'rni- Yin It lirfm-n i.
The grand encampment of Tcnues-
eo; I. O. O. F., will meet Monday, peto-
ber 18, 18(0, In Aashvillc, and the grnud
lodjfe will meet Octolicr20lh,Rt tho Mine
Thu Jttd Cloud Commissioners were
exacted to complete their report Satur
, T 4 toward It to U'asb;nffton T m-
'Twi-nty-foiir ttabU-Hall In a rnr,
Tncnly-liiur numinns nlsomivfinwi
'I uinlj-r-mr iluddlfD li:ijiiy iw chillis,
Iiownfllic tiilileit mine orj urn-oiinni,
A vilo,i of nngeU, Ui-ar llttlulanili'. " -
An old Democrat hi Pcnn.-ylvania
recently went to church lor tho first timo
in forty-one year?. When tho minister
began to pitch into Pilate,- the old man
picked up hit hat and left, cur.-lng.nll po
lltlcal preacher.-. Ho thought the reverend
gentleman was alluding to I'iolatte, the
ucmocrnuc nominee tor i reasurer ou
tho Mate ticket.
(ov. Allen said the other daj the
or eonipllcato It n you would, or dUctiss
it under the word eiirreney, or tho words
national batiks, or the words national de
faulter-' and national ollieero tliu only
ijues-tlon wa, whether in tho future this
country was to be governed by the man
or tho dollar.
In obedience to n call oi'a largo num
ber of the medical fraternity ot the State,
there wvw a mas convention of phy
sicians held in Little Rock for the purpose
of the organisation of another State Med
ical Association. Tho following olllriw
wero elected : Dr. Kills Ilyrd, of Phillips
county, I'rcildent: Dr. F. T. Dale, ot
A Loudon dUpafch staler that a duel
was fought with sword at VUluet, near
ParU on Sunday between two young
Americans named Rijjks nnd Palnu. The
caiuo was an ota family vendetta, which
was renewed last Thursday night, in thu
Renaissance theater, when blows were
cxciiani;c(i. 1 no result ol tne duel was
that Paluc was wounded slightly lu tho
John Allen, a hrnkismau on the
Cairo Short Line railroad, fell from the
train when near Columbia, 111., Tuesday
morning, and was killed, No one knew
when lie felU or how the accident oc
curred. Assoou as ho was misted the
train was run back a uiilo or so, and Ids
body was found lying near the track.
His Nkull was crn-dicd out of all iv-cni-bianco
to humanity. Ills body was prop.
erl; cared lor by the railroad odlcial-5.
Dinar A. Poo's brain was found in
an altno-t perfect state of preservation
when his skeleton was exposed to the
view of tho living, recently. The cere
bral mas?, as seen through the h:-u of
the skull, evidenced no Mgus of disinte
gration or decay, though, of couive, It is
eomewliat diminished in size. Tlio skull
wa intact, and the general skeleton was
in as good n condition tis an anatoml.'al
preparation In u doctor's olllee.
Thy Tennessee peanut crop ol 1875
amounted to two hundred thousand
busheU, and is valued at over haifa mil
lion dollars. Tho crop of IS75-71I Is esti
mated by Mcllcn. Rrow n tt Co., ol Cin
cinnati, very largo dealers, at from two
hundred and twenty-live llioip-auil to
two hundred mid llfty thousand buslu-l.
One peanut Is not much, but It will be
seen that where there are huslieh of iliein
"there's money in It."
A Paducah policeman raised an
alarm ol tiro because ho happened to
awake from his slumbers on a dry goods
box when the moon was going down to
take a little sleep. She blushed because
tho Padueah star gazed at her, and the
result was tlio meandering of the steamer
and the hook and ladder company
through the streets ol Paducah looking
foi- a lire. Tho moon should pull down
the curtain ot night before retiring.
The Gfo'it-Dcmocrat says that Denver
Oily Is retrograding Instead of progress
ing, hecauso tho citlwiu of that place arc
erecting n watch-tower, eighty feet high,
Irom which to ob?ervo and ivo notice of
fire?. It says that the watch-tower sys
tem of lire alarms U obsolete. A lire
watch-lower is one of the best Jokes of
tho season, Tlio people of Denver hud
better shut up about that tower business.
Their next brilliant move will bo to re
turn to stago coaches Instead of railroads.
A special from London says letters
have been received from Cantata Allen
Yoivug, of one ol the polar expeditious ,
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
DRUG GISTS' FANCY GOODS,
WAX FLOWER MATKIUAL,
TrjT. mllcilnnri-Miiilniceiinil unler from l)nicil riiynlrtnai nnl General Mtiirt) In wan
V of K'ii-! I" ur Hue Mcnmimal. riuMntion nan 1 ninny Mftllclit?
antM wiin ruiuwc unic-tiu rtatuintin ini'i,
ft, -&-J u . w a? r ua
in t'uM-n fumlthal oi
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
74 Ohio Leveo.
DETAIL & PRESCRrvTION
'aihlnro" At., Cor. 8th S
K:i.i.ow Ciiikx" I am n candidate
lor the olllceol irea-urer and Asie.isor: !
and one of the eotisiilcratiouslliat move
tne lo this Candidacy, will, 1 daresay,
meet the eonlial aniirobatlon ot nunc
every Tax-I'ajer lu AlcXaudcrCuuuiy.
uur nixes are enormous, mu increase
has gono on. year alter year, until now
they form a burden that Is seriously felt
by tlio most pio-peroiis citizen; that
is crushing to .lit- unfortunate ; that lias
a paralyzing cilcct upon our Industrie.'',
ami opcruics- as a telling draw-back to
the entire County ! We, must Hint re
lict in this regard; ue. must lighten this
heavy burden, before wueau ntralti bono
to enter upon that career of pro-perity '
or which our lucauon, resources anil
siirrumidltigb form an ample ground
work. This relict cannot be found while our
taxablu property, and especially our real
estate, is assessed, as now, at u llguro ut
least lllty per cent, above tho average
furnished by the a-esment of the Stale ;
and fully ouo hundred per cent, above tho
average of our northern counties, where
the bulk of the taxable property Is to be
ltisnutmy purpo-c to impugn the
motives ot thu men who have llxed the
value ot our taxable in-uperiy. 1 am
ready to give tliciu credit for a conscien
tious discharge of their duty ; but the
fact remains-, uevt-rihele-s, that inueli of
our property llinlit:illl tlio ll'iires lll.it
were gh en lo It thirin tliu feverish times
of thu war; and, taken as a whole, It is
valued at a limine higher than that for
w liich it would actually sell, through any
ol the ordinary resul ts lor sellln prop
erty, l ear alter year our &iaiu inniru oi
j-.miaiizaiion lias reuueeu unu u u
hessinellts; but. Willi siiiuiiiurpuiiiiiiii ny,
thebiieeeedliig Ae.-sor pus n npiignM-
iilactuir U "I "'oU1 w I"'1 c-,"u
abovu tho value given to it liy thulloaid,
anil eertululy uui lc- than a lull hundred
per cent. anovo tnu average
viiluo ot the property in all tho-u
wealthy and thrill comities Usually de
nominated "Northern Illinois." iVla-u,
upon trnch an a-Kc.ssincnt, our atitiioritic
levy Irom four to six dollars ou thu
hundred from forty to .-ixiy dollars on
the thousand is it any wonder that our
puoplu coinplaiu ol "hlgli taxes ;'' that
many of us .-idler m-v re dcprivaiioiis to
provide fur them ; ili a oilier.-, unable to
incut tliu heavy exaciioii, are ilriveu to
tho extreiuity of stfin their property
mild lo an exacting ii-ioior, or eonti
eateil by tin: Sun-1 I u re is no cau-o
lor it onder in this', i- iiu-iv in thu
laci ibai our pio-pi ri v is u. .nl.il, and
tlmt with all olti ... i . i.. ionises
our many lai rmi i-mui u.agiiiliceni tiv-l-ls
bin lillle l ..I i- a . is eliailgilig
Minis ill eiiuei i i . ,11111,1 r lliu
stranger with men.. . uu , ulio sec?
u taxed to tlie extcui ol lid- or six per
cent, ou an us-i-.-lnein iipml to and
often uxei-i'ilhig the actual laluu ot uur
property sucli a Mranuer eoes his
hands upon his money, and seeks a local
ity where the ival-estatu Is not. as here,
undergoing (ho process ot inevitable con
People of Alexander County, this is a
matter of setious moment a matter In
which every man is concerned, who is in
any maimer interested for the prosperity
and well-being of the County. Since the
burden wu are carrying brings noeoiiiv
alent -since it bills to give even a partial
rccouipcuu in siilllcicnt and n-liablu
roads and bridge ; since it adds nothing
lo, but detracts from tliu value ol our
farms and town lots: slueo It is a stum-Wing-Mock
to immigration, and an ob
stacle In tho way ol our prosperity. IT
MU.VP UK LKS'KNKD! The way ton
uiMsl grateful rellel Is open to voii, and
that is through sueh an assessment of
your nroperly a- will comport
with thu average of the. State
that will place you where, in Justice and
unity, you belong-on mi equal fooling
with thu average Tax-l'ayei. Il I with
you. fellow-eltizeti.. to s-iiv whether or
not I shall bu tho liiMrunlcnt through
which 'this much de,lrcd end is to I hi
reached. Should It be vour plea.uic to
Invest inu with the olllee I seek, I pledge
you my word that I .hall so employ thu
power It confers as t furnish u ust
and efpdtable baN lor taxation.
I shall endeavor m perft-ut u fair
and miltnrm ti5.p,sment-ono Hint
will subject Alexander County
to only her sharo of thu public burden,
and rel uvo her ol the excess under
which shu Ian so long and unjitnlv la
bored, I shall aim at uniformity ami to
make every piopcrty-owncr u bearer of
Ids lust portion of thu burden. 1 shall
dljeard the erroneous Idea that cott Isnn
Infalllblo criterion In forming notlous of
value, and, luihicnceil by an honest de
siro to know my duty ami to
perform It as I imv t, 1 shall
have hones of perfecting an assesssinent
that will both plea-u and protlt tho peo
ple, i know, as every Intelligent Tax
Payer of the Comity knows, that, Tor
purpos iof taxation, our property Is
valued at too high a rate; that this high
ra o finds no warrant In anv of tlio con
sldera Ions that govern In a majority of
Counties, and that It brings with It tho
curse o high and unequal taxe. To
adjust thh rato-to low-r It to tho general
averairo of thu Htntu n,.i,i i ,i,,.
of Ills election, bo tho pleasure as well as
tllO litltV Of YnilP Silltiiar., n.wl ,-Vlvo,ll,.,,
Servant, Moje? B, HaiiwiL.
FALL AMD WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
NOW IS THE TIME!
Presents For All!
A New Method of Making n
"Revolution in the Dry Goods Trade !"
Wenmioitlirc l'i "He 1 uUIr
IKE. WALDElt la tecclvini; dutlv a
L liiriro and Hpluncllct Ktock ot uocts,
nnil 13 (lotcrmlucd to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
llu in rwsolvctl to Rivo thu vory licat
noocls for the vory lowest prices. Cull
and bco for yoursolvos.
Corner Sixth Street anil Ohio
. . . Levee.
i-f i'.r! unit Vii-.iuij r.at r luiu p'fiu ti'urnwl to Cairo uut
j-rin l "li- 'Jl-t "laud
?o, 142 cScl-i4: Commercial Avt.
lull, I'aiauUW m Will -tU-ftc 1 Stock ot"
DRY GOODS & CIOTHIHG,
i-i in.' 1
anil (iL-iitti ii.in t mulshing dot I , l,
nr i lmi'l.i. now marrl to Mlir
EVER GIVEN BEFORK.
PAUL G. SOHUH
AND WILL WARRANT !
FEVER i AGUE
U. r.ui..i In "II ,. In mi r llrv i lmil. I,, (iidl nll'l trrt rlltllni'r MilfllH.lll t'l ll.f 1111' Ulll
iif.-i un DiilIiiH (471. 'Ii-n Vonl of ullr.i Oumllil will In-til ilr.c-ric Ihr limiir f iitMriux-
licn toluic j1.ici-u in ik, ussiirliiK tin- luinuc in..
Wc solicit it cnll from ono and all.
iur I" t itrorti will I uiol fi iiii-i it ih kuiuc
HEILBROSr & WEIL,
142 & 144 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
When orory othor pntont mcdi
cino failB to euro the Chills, thon
PRICE, 81.00 PER BOTTLE
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK ! GREAT VARIETY ! LOW 1
PAUL G. SCHUH'S,
L'OCK! (IREAT VARIETY
Provisions, Seoda, and other Produce.
Win. Glenn c& Sons,
uiid 72 Vine Sli t, C ICIATI.
108 Commercial Avo. I
Tho Peoplo's Rctnody.
The Universal Pain Ext actor.
Note : Auk
Take no othi
Hew for I will Hiiciik of txccltcnl tlitnd,
liijiirli-i to MminrlliiiiH,
SlriUllN, Sill-Hills, Ulllttl-
I riii-iiii-s. i iiib, I-uitra-till
or Incloiil Udimil.
llli-i'iliiiK l.niiKN. or
.Niiko flu , ainl llliwl.
Inir liuniii in- 'I in. tii
OlllillllU .il IIllMMl Ullll
1 J.V .7,.,u,;,",l !-'.
llllii(ll'lltH, (hil.illii.li. )
lulKlu, Kwi-llct rax.
till sui.llhiir iirsi.n.i,,,.
MliiliK-ti or siuirni'si.
I.iiiiiliioxo. Iiurm- ltia-1,
Miri- I'.iroitt orOtini'T,
.Siti- or Iiillainul Kyci or
Sr MiiiiIch, Jnlliuiuil
I'lllnliil or too 1'rolliac
.i nn i ...
JIIIU !.(.', Onirinii
l-.lo mill Tmmit-u
, ' iiui'.i oi nun i s, ot
r" I . . Adults.
iirl-o(- Vtilnx, i:u.
Ittrptst or Inilunicil Vi-im,
t'li-'-rs. (H.l Shim, inu-r-
, lint Ulifialloiu,
IKHIm. l.'urlmiicli'ii. Tu.
INTERNAL! I'ori.M nnil llunlniia, l.liai-
l-ll fil- Sov. I
!.. . illu linlln
It'lnii urWIililoir, Frost
... ! i.imoH or runs.
StlnK, t'lmiij(il Haml.
lOXn;s KXTItACT ln'r'rialcbyaU rir.
t Ihiih UriiKKluU.aua roconime.iili-aby
jll DruKlati, riiynlclaui, iiml t'tory
lioily who linn ovpr urcit It.
t'nmilil-t rontulnliiKllliitorynmt Otpumoll.
M Irncon niillciilloii, If not fnuntl ntroiir
POND'S EXTRACT CO,
F. M STOGHFLETH,
Importer and Wholesalo Doaler in
Wines and Liquors
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Kcoph a full st ck of
Monongahola, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
Ncit Vork hiuI I.omipii,