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cairo. Illinois sunday mobniiw, icember , 10
n u. dJL'-llJ ILL N(
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
ILLINOIS. CENTRAL RAILROAD.
:i p.m. I:in p.m.
, 4:U0a.ni. 11 45D.U1.
rvim" , nouani iwt.m.
.. . W.UH-I1. W-VIU.Uli
CAIRO AND VlNCKNNKti UAILUOAD. s
i. i.vii in. i. m.jini bulii un luibiuj.uj.
'. inresc na.ia.m. 2UjD.m.
t CAIKO AND HT. LOl'IS RAILROAD.
' nriricii aurc. . 9.ui.iu. i..r..ni.
Mural, yaboru Awuinmtxinuon ii.yju.ra. Ic.np.m.
Kiccpt Sunday. Ibxcept Monday.
1 EN KB A J. DKLIVERY open .: t. in.; el
IT :.H)p.in.: Suuday: It lot a. m.
Money Order Department open at it. in. I closet
t It p. m.
Thronija Kipre-a Mali vl Illinois Central and
MlMlaalppI Central Railroads eloe tt Vi M p. m.
Cairo and I'upltr Ulu&' Through and Way Mali
close at IS:Jp. it
War Mail via Illinois Central, Cairo ana Yin
reniie and MUn.nlppI Cuiitial Railroada tluao at
h 16 p. m.
Way Mall forNarrtw Gauiie lUlroad cIowm at 8
Cairo and Evansvllu River Routo c!oHa at : )
p. . ilally ("tccpt Itiday).
LL1N0IS CENTRAL H. R.
Shortest nd Quickest Koutc to
St.. Louis and Chicago
'PUB only rnd runnlnj two dully train from Cit
1 making dim ! rdnnvriion lih Kaaleru Hun.
TIUINft HAVE CAIRO.
I :K p. m. : Pal Mpni-n, arriving in 8t. Loula 7:.V
p. m.', Chlrago 6:JU. til.
1.10 ii. m. CINCINNATI A LOL'ISVILLK
Arriving in clnrlnnati at7:'0 a. m. ; I.oaii.vl!l.
t ill a. in.; ladlanupolla 4:1& a. in. I'aKprura by
t ii train arrire at aoore polnu
13 TO M IIOUIW IN ADVAN'CK
(if any other rool.
U. I n. m. I'aat Mall, with alwptra attachfd.for
I' ST. I.Ol. lS and CHICAGO, arritinu iu lt.
Ixmlaat H:"a. in.; Cblracoat 6:49 p. in.. ciun !
ut at Odin or KiMnliini for Cincinnati, I,-ui villi.
FAST TIME EAST.
1 A yslVWJVP0? 'h'" ,lri P "imn'-n
1 AOOfJ.l lllyltO w tni! em1 uuhuut any
in lay ranwd by Knndar Inwmnlnn. The Sainr
i!ay allrrnoon train Irom Cairo arrln-a iu Now York
M,mil moraine at l(l:'j. Thirty fix faoura in ad-
4 mfM nf nn uthpr roDtf.
y" Advninroi'nu of romprtinn line that they
make belter time than thi nnr an laant-d cither
llima'h Iftioram- or a d'lr-' to mUload the pnhlli .
lor ibrou.'h tlrkrU and tif rmatlon apply at 1111
i.ola Central Kallroail d'-ixil, Cairo.
TIUI.NS AUKfVt AT CAIRO:
Kxprr 2:1)0 P m-
Mail 4:iW am.
.MS. JOHNMiN, Gen'l Southern A't.
J. H JO.NKS, Ticket AaeM.
(nSrliT71.ouis r. ii!
Shortest Line to St. Louis!;
'PI1K lrin hr thi hiikI omnirt at Si.
Et 8t. with all oilier linen to the KAmT.
NORTH AMI fOLTU.
Thnmnh ripre.n Iruvea Cain WW "
Ttmn.'ii entires arrives at Eat 8t. l.onl :t"p m.
MnrpnvalNiro aroommmlalliiii leawn Cairo icl.'ip.in.
MiirpnVftMiro acr.. arrivin at Munilivi'huro x:V.p.m.
TirUi;h ejpre. Iravea Kal St. Unl.... K:45lJ.ra.
Thronijh exprena arrivs at Cairo 6:irp in.
Mnrphyanoro acr. leaves Mnrphynlxiro 5:1 a.m.
MnrphvalHiruare. rnnvo at Cairo W:Up.ni.
OlMf VAf lll.'l TIIK Cairo and St.
I. the only Al l.
IIAIf. ROl'TK between 1 airo iMid ht. I.oi:i nmler
.me. management: tlier'-fere there are no n'ia at
wn atationa awaitlnc c-inri'-.-tionx from other IbeK.
'" l'aencer troiiiif North. Northeast una "et
aliuiild not h:iy their ikketa uutll they havo exau
intsj onr rile htkI rout. .
L. M. JOHNSON. Oeneral J!unn?er.
:. T. W1HTI.OCK, l'at-M'ii." r L-eiit
.ISO. Ii. WINSTON'. Freight Agnnt.
SHORTEST ROl'TE TO
in III! 1l( TIM! MIORTKST
1' J1 lAr vil.l.K. CINCINNATI,
rtMOKE AND V ASlllMiTo.'l.
J If I T TV Tit" Sllo!ITtT T(i TN'WW
.VV itlllil'i!) AI'i.l.IS.l'lill.AliKUMIIA.NKW
VORK A N 1) HOSION
SIX HOURS SAVED
Om tnilns of ill oilier route ninklii the mme
IVJ-Pnfrenra bv other roule to ninko rnnnnc
I Ion' min-t ride all' eifhl. waitlnif fmnt one loetx
honrs at msll conctry etalloiis for trains of cou
1 1 A f V T I 1 ' 1 THE FACT nnrt mke our 1 :4Ii
lfcIiillJUl HjI a. m, train, reiiehine Kvuiis
llle, Indianapolis. Clnr'nimtl and l.onl'villo anino
iluy. Triltn leave anil arrive at Cairo as lollows :
Mall urrlvcs .in.nop.m
ITiroiiKh tickets and checks to ull Important
I'"a"'mII,I,KII ROSWKI.L MIIXKH.
lien'l Pa". Apiit. t.enersl Hup t.
I R. I.'IIL'IU'I!. Paasenaer Aieul.
gT. L., f. M. & SOUTHERN.
Knprcms le.-ives Cslu) dully
KiipriuM arrives lit Ciiiio dally
. .VIM Hill.
DVKl.Vil AMI Ii:N0VATINH.
yoUR DM) CLOTHES
tan an iniAiniri't.i.v
M . aaV. 1 .
Iftu.' ti: A I ,v .v IT I rl I i I ' ' 1 J. 1
YEI Oil JiKPAIIlKl)
At it TrlliitiK rxpenso-. 0. D.
CIIAS. 8I.KI.liKY, .NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
W Ladles uud Ucnti' old bat) made now.
St, Cairo and Pndiicah Packet
pi,K.DD)smKwirra, FRKimrr and pas-
1)E SMET, En
4111 N I.KAMKN
L Leave Cairo every Wednesday at 2 p.m. fur Padu-
Iaroa Calrj tfury Thursday at 3 p.m. fur Nt.
For freight arpaaciiKe. apply on Iliilllder A Phllllpa'
trharf boat, or to JAMKH JHliCIS, A m.
ill, Ohio Un
For Columbus, Hic kman and New Madrid
JOSEPH AMBROS Maxtor.
I.EAVK8 CAIRO EVERY
Pur freight or paeaijo apply on Hallidiv t Phil
lip.' Wbarf boat, or to
JAMK8 BIGGS, '(rnt.
W Ohio Ivoc. -
r,UA i .
(JAIRO CITY FERRY GO.
ifiir.a LBATKa linn
Pint Konnb at Mtwouri lind'i;- Kentncky I.d'c.
H a. ni.
10 a. ni.
J p. iu.
ti: a. io.
0:; a. in.
3 p. ni.
5 p. m.
I IMM'KRS AXD COMMISSION M Kit CHANTS.
STIJ ATTON t BIRD,
:7 OHIO LEVEE.
AfiKXTS AMERICAN l-0WDFJaC0MI"Y
T. BmD. Mliwonri.
'A'. Stu irrii. Cairo.
WATCH KS, JEWKLRV, KTC
Edward A. Budkk
(Succ r to K. & Vt. rudi.f), "
MA X U FA CT UBING J EWELKB,
And pfiU-ra In
U'afchw, ClookM, Fine. Towelty
M USI CA L I NSTRU M E.NTS,
Cor. Eijlitlt St. and Windiinsloii Avp.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Ret ween Commrreisl :ind l,
WaehiiiL-tun atia., )
FI.NK WATCH WORK A SPECIALTY.
tf,Eir:iiiis ami all kinds of repaltln; neatly
f All kind' nf Hiilld Je,-lry msile ti onler.
31 EAT MARKET.
ST I ; AM IK) ATS.
Slan of the Ruflii!i Head.
No,:v,!!"0 Cairo, 111.
KOKIILEB I5U0S., I'roiriotors,
.K )l i AUKLL, A-ent.
A full and complete, supply of the brut nf all
kinds meat ulwnys on hand. Orders tilled at any
hoar, day nriil.'ht.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Doalor in lco.
ICK II V THE CAR I.OA D ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SMITING.
Car JLoatls u Bpccitvlly.
o v v i c: 1 : :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
liQUOBs and Vines.
P. X,8tn. kl!i th.
- J-'' r'nulolfjiBroM.
, Stock flfh i fe Jkoss,
Snc for to P. M. ftockftVlh,
ItiiMirt'i'M unci W'liOlHilo lfnlera In
Foreign and Doiostir,
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rhine. Kelly Irlund. Ciitawha. California and Im
ported Port, hhrrry, Mrdnra VTiaa and Chain
papm.a. No. 02 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
0YSTF.JW AND FIHIf.
Vt'ai.l'ale and rit! ceal..t ,'",-
OjHtcrs in Bulk and Cnn, Sea Fish,
Native Fish, Celery and Cam.'.
Partlenlar attention paid to orders from abroad
and all ate. k ensranteed hm shipped.
JX8UUANCE AGENCY OF
- Wells & Keijtii,
Royal Canadian c.'iid.
Af I'llt-iMln I'Plre and Marine (Mlllvillc, 5. J.)
M 1 11 111C Assets, $l,4ti.fT.(H.
T'ii Inn ' (f Philadelphia ; established ii IHU4.)
Ii II 10J1 , Assets, StUMM. ;
Iciwtitviii'u' (Of Dayton, O.V
T 11 eilldll S f Aas..ls IllCWt.OC.
I (Of PrceoorU III.).
tifi man (Ascot tvKc:
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES
Ofllc. hi Aloxnuder tounty Iifink.
3 ci ft
n 2 Z
S -s W
J JALLIDAY BROTHERS,
FLoru. graix'am) hay
Highest Cnsh Priefi Paid fur Wheat.
Uenler in lrcsh Meat.
Iletwecn VHHhinston anil Coin
mi'i'ol.il A. v., ttit.ioluiiiK lXimuyti.
T' KKPK for snle. the best Reef, Pork. Mutton, Veal,
IV l.nmh, HmisiiL'e, ,tn., and isprepurvd toaurvo
fsiiiilles In 1111 aeeeitiililii maiinor.
The Cairo Box ami Basket Co.
wii.i. rt iiNisii
Flooi'in, Siding. Liaih.Kto
At the very lowest rules.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
n llic sliortiiii otleo,
ANPUCIA1.TT madaof sTRAVTit.AT MI M BR II,
Wsalso PUMiiiOirliini KIIL IT 1IOX M AT K RIALS
Cracker, Caudi, I'aikliiK Uoxua Blnrm, Uoadluna
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
LlvEKPCjoi, Dyccinix.r 7..2:.'0 v, u
Wheat uudtanseil Winter 8a O'hoUn Id;
Spring 7s 6il0tt 5d; Citliforniii average,
Da 6da0n Od; Californin r.luli, 9 '8 I4?)
10m Id. Com tu'w 2: ttd.
NKW VOHK IJIlArS.
Nbw York, iK-cembcr 7, 12:01 p. v.-Whnat-Quict-Xo.
3 Cliieago, 00,97;
No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 001 01 ; Red Winter.
1 00 1 08; Amber, $1 00(&1 09;
No. 2, Red Winter, l OS. Corn Quiet
-steamer, 45i; No. '8. 4l.41t No.
L M ; NO. 2.
cnictoo G n Al N AND PRODUCK.
CntCAoo, December 7. 10 a. m. Corn
Jamlary, 81; atked; May, 33J4 bid
Wheat January, 8.1)a bid. Pork J.inuary,
$7 B5 wiles; Febninry, .7 05 Lid.
CmcAfio, D-csmber 7,12:00 M. Pork
Junuarj-. $7 85; Februarj', $7 95. Wheat
January, 8393; February,
Corn December, 81 bid; Januaiy,
bid; May, .351,' bid.
Chicago, December 7, closing Potk
Januarj-, 7 82? ; Fcbrunry, 7 92.
Corn--I)eceml)er, 307a bid; January, 31 Jj
31,'4'; Ftbriinry, 31 J, bid; May, '35.'.
Wheat December, 8282 ; January,
88,y83?f; February, 83 bid.
HOW THK NICTUERN QUESTION 18 TO IJR
WAhiiiNGToN, December fl. Tlie Demo
cratic plan of the campaign against the
Rlaine resolution is now very well matured.
At the recent caucus, Senator Thurinnn took
the position that it would be better for tho-i
senators representing the southern section
of thr- cnuntry to oppose the resolution in
order, and tlut after this there should be a
free fight, in which all the Democratic, sen
ators should take part. This idea was gen-
j erally accepted until Senator Lamar opposed
it in caucus. Hu doubted whether it
would be possible for the Democrats to
pursue such a policy, because the
Radicals would demand the floor
for reply. He thought it better
that tho free Cgh. should be open at
oucf, aaf'-lHia flnt'.$'e!iIe4i tiatlip
best course to pursue. Thu Democrats are
ready to carry the war into Africa it the
senator from Maine gives them any chance.
They will go over the whole field, and make
it hot for the Radicals. Senator Hutkrof
South Carolina will deliver a long speech
on the occasion, in which ho will go into
the mathematics of the Radical mill in ins
state, and show that while in one year the
carpet-buggers spent nearly one million and
a quarter on legislative expenses alone, the
Democrats, when they got control, spent
but $84,000. He will then go on to show
that the negroes, feeling the heavy burden
of taxation, changed their politico of their
own free will, and that the bull-dozing
charged in the late elections ws all for
party effect. He will not attempt to con
done intimidation, but to show that the
charges in this instance aro false.
Ci.evri.and, Djcmber Ii. The Leader's
special from Youngstown, Ohio, says at 2
o'clock this afternoon a terrible; explosion
occurred at the Upper Briar Hill furnace.
Tlie furnace men were in tho act of turning
on the blast when the explosion occurred,
throwing the hot blast in every direction
and covering the men. Robert Lowe of
New Castle had a thigh broken and is oth
erwise seriously injured, recovery doubtful;
Geo. Anderson, legs and head badly cut.
Tho boss had n leg broken and was other
wise seriously injured. Cause of tho ex
plosion not known.
A Piumi.Bx I.ONO since Solved. How
to remedy those prolific causes of disease
an impoverished circulation and an impaired
digestion, wan a problem thu solution of
which had often baflled medical skill, but
which was solved over a quarter of n cen
tury ago by tho introduction of Ilostetter's
Stomach Hitters to public and professional
notice. Since that time, which may well
be said to have initiated a new epoch in thu
history of medicine, the remedy and pre
ventive referred to has obtained a foo.hold
in thu confidence of tlie American people
that each succeeding year him only served
to strengthen. It is recognized through
out ho Union as t tonic of the first order, a
remedy for and sure means of preventing
fever and ague, and disorders of the stomach
und Ixiwcls; nsa reliable means of reform
ing a disordered state of the liver, ami of
counteracting a tendency to rheumatism,
gout, urinary and uterinu disorders.
Query. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bio's
"Seal of North Carolina" at tho same price?
ACCIIIKNTH, ISCIIIKNW AMI tM't.T UltKNIKH
OK THK COt'.vrilV AltlltM) ANU Allot T
('A I 111 I.
CAItllOMUI.K, J ACKNON CIICXTV.
c ll'rom llie.Carhiiii.lnle l'i,vu l'io.
A little negro hoy, a child ol' Henry i
Iiyers, Wd lit.fnilly routml itlive on Mmi- !
day afternoon. Th" mother of tint child
went to visit her mother, locking the little
ono In the room, but telling another woman
living in the name bouse wlnt n)ie had
1 -dour. JIow the child took lire is not known.
For atuiita unaceouutnble reason the woman
iu whoan diarife the liouse wus left, pahl
no 'nttentim what ver to thechild'it ncreamst.
A farmer p twirttf ly heanl the wreaming,
and went to nco what the trouble wan. Find
ing he door lrek?d. he broke it down, to
find the child routed Mien. The toor liltle
thing lingered until Tueadiy morning,
when death flievod its HUll'eringH. This is
the third deathf thi
hit. character wu h:.v; .!
Weil i1 tyi,iis ir-o-i
, niotllvr. "
Two families of our phrc were rendered
homeless by the nr.j-fi.;nd on Thutday after
noon. The buildings were situated on
West street, just north', of the colored
church. The tiro broke out in the resilience
of Mr. E. I. Ci.-sel, ami communicated from
that to the residence of Mr. Jos-ph Red
burn, the property belonging to Mr. JaiivH
M. Hill. Mrs. CIhkcI was absent from the
.house when the lire broke out, hence tlio
cutise is unknown. Every article ot furni
ture, except n small amount of lieililing,
Mcr.riiysiiouo, .iacmon otMUfrv. ,.t
From tlio I:idepend'-ut.l
If you nre a Chr!iian, and. desire to bring
Uj your children ir'lio way they should go,
never attempt to shave with n dull razor in
their presence, unless yini think it, without
wying it. . k
The agonizing squeal of the stuck .b
wHl soon begin to burden the air through
out the rural districts. Farmers will, gen
erally kill and cure their own hoga, if price
remain as low as they ure now. a
We are pleased to learn that Mr. H: H.
Fox, of this city, and Mr. Rulie Mwfcan.Kif
Carbonuale, havu lieen appointed deputy
sheriffs. e teel satisfied that the appoint
ment of these g jiitlemen will give universal
satisfaction, a both aro thorough business
Just as we wcr going to press last week
we were informed that the residence of Mr.
Ethct'ton, near Pomona, had been destroyed
by lire the night previous. The fire is i-itp-posed
to have originated from 11 dcfeeiivi;
rlu;. The property was insured to the
amount of f 4,000. This is 8aid to have
been the finest country resideuee in tlie
county, and is quite a loss to Mr. Etherton.
From the Ern llllnolsao.
A bill ot injunction has been filed in our
circuit court, during the week, and the writ
granted, for tin purpose of restraining tho
Hon. Board of Supervisors from paying in
terest on our county indebtedness. Messrs.
W. J. Hall and Henry Rom. of Dn Quoin,
B-ro-thil'afitS so 5f-jivir r'rij s.tvt
by the lion. 'A. It. Pugft ot thf iity.' "t he
amount involved will exeis-d fVyillO, nnd
until the question is settled will very seri
ously disturb the value of Jackson
Judge Charles H. Laymen has filed the
papers necessary for contesting the election
for sheriff, in the case of Tolervs. Etherton.
The summons was served by Deputy Hanks
ami made returnable at the December term
of Judge Andrews court.
We also understand that, steps have been
taken by Messrs. Albright & White, to
contest the count of votes on the question
of "Issuing Bonds."
HAKIilSBCnO, SALINE COVXTY.
From tho Chronicle
Henry Weber of Oalat.iu. ban an apple
tree which bore two full crops of apples,
Mr. Moore, who lives just north of Rath
bone station, lost, his h:m.e by lire Tuesday
evening. The family were away from home
and lost everything.
VIENNA, JOHNSON COl'STY
, I From the Journal.
Candy brakings h 'r and th re
occasionally. These l);l"e.s
be avoided" by the young, and parents should
In- watchful over their children, and keep
them away from such places.
The total assessed value of all property
in Johnson county, as equalized by the State
Hoard, is $!IS!),18l. The amount of taxes
of all kind, raised on said ainounl, i t ?I0,
901.19, or about $4.50 ou each hundred dol
lar's worth of taxable property in the county.
There are $:3,40I).3U of back taxes. Of
this tax, $10,770.03 are railroad delinquent.
The total tjtx, including back tax to be
raised for the present year, is $74,391.58.
OIIAYVILI.K, WHITE COl'NTY.
From the Independent.
Rev. J. W. Elder, of Mt. Zion, Macon
county. Ill, has been employed as pastor of
the C. P. church ut (iravville. Ho will
arrive this week, and begin his duties next j
The government employes it Grayville,
were paid off for November this week. We
are informed that the work on the Wabash
1 1 .
at this place lias le'cn siispenueu 1111111
Our old friend, Hon. S. H. Martin, for
merly a resident of Grayville, was elected
justice of the peace at Carmi. last week.
His opponents were Tom Ray and G. W. .
Ed. Mullen, former telegraph operator nt
Grayville, is now stationed at Forinan. A
gentleman from Mound City has charge of
the Grayville ollice. j
Tlio total amount paid by the .'toveriinient
for work donu on the Wabash nt Grsyvilhi
during tho past summer and fall, will not
full short nf "2.1,000.
JONKSHOHO, L'MON COUNTY.
I From tlio Oazettn. ,.'...
Sweet potatoes are said to be , rotting
t'urni.';ni urn 'atVitld
there will not In- c
UK' next niny;.
l''lt ri'tiiain Minml fur
Hon. T. (i. Furr
who was eli.t ted to
tlio lfXisLitmv last
jtll, whs reimrtcd ily-
lnjj (ii eonntmiititiit
Wetlnesiluv. II,. wJ
M VifDiiit, on last
the liemiirmiic mi-
nonty mititr from he 51st liiutriet, and a
man nf iiroinipng ability.
j We hear eoiulaii s from some of th
j farmers that their eoii r.Miis lire not malt
ing tie; yieM t.V.t thr hud tit f.rst e.oiin!(s
till. 'I lie ruamin iisbijmd, is on Heeotml of
tlio severe tt irnl st(m of the fourth of
August which sfept over many large
fields in vnrioiis liHirijlius in the liottuin-i,
thereby layinu' mu:h of the grften ront
prootnite on the ground, enesing it to n ;t
Jolin Drown, a san ot Samuel llrnwu,
who lives at I'cartnont, iiceillenUlly shot
him.self last Wedner dity. l: wan hunting
itv? it towards MiH iJlSi-iiarged and lodged
its contents 111 his niH'K. He, tin I not spcn
and died in a few minutes. Coroner
Angell was summoned r.d held an inquest.
The young man was nlmut 10 years old.
sllA'ANKKKiWN, OAII.ATIN Col NTT.
Il-'roin Cih Shan m News. J
A few days ago, a gr named Fram-rc
Ovenlik. r, a I'miricen yen old step-dntighN r
of Fred. Rcinhands, 1 i'.iniutr, living in
Rohli township, Posey county, I ml., wa-
sent to drive the cows fioni the pasture, and
since then has not Ix-n seen. It is sup
posed she was enticed into the woods by
tramps, and foully ilea t with. Consider
able excitement prevails in that neighW
hood. , .
A West Hill man painted a feris'iou
looking siim, "Ixik out for the dog," and
put' it up in his front yard to scare away
tramps. The next morning a tramp with n
ba;l smile, shoulders like h load of hay, n
club with death smilinp out of every knot
of it, rapped at the f ront door, demanded
some hot buscuit, meat, potatoes mid a cup
of coffee, and asked pleasantly, "How's th"
':.'. .There w ill la; a called meeting of Minis-
tfturs and Elders ot Cairo Presbytery to con
vije 111 tins place. Iiiesduy, Jicccmtier Hit 11.
at 7 p. 111., and continue two days. It is
e.Mvted that there will Is; from fifteen t"
twenty-five gentlemen present from abroad.
HT. CAHMKL, WAnSll t III STY.
i. 'From th,i Relter.)
A srtiile nigger show, sailing under tie
hi','h-s'iiinding nam s of Heywood Brothers'
New York Sercnaders, gave u one-horse
circus performance to a six-hit house, at
Cop) & Seller's hall, on Wednesday night
of last .week. In course of time the man
ngCMtiont will probably learn that advertis
' W. B. Stewart.D. S. Hill, Joe Shearer.
P. R. Newman and on.; or two others will
'sliovo out" down the river on their way. to
Arkansas, where they e.;i"et to spend 'a
winter or two in him'.ing on WluV river:
'i bc-h- tv -mt&ttiit''i' fts-f
rf tW.S line days ,r-i will wscfh'mir
DC CJfOlic. I'KHUT COUNTY.
(From .th'e Tribune. !
licence has J"! issued fur tlie organi
zation of the 'I'rnnklin County Printing,
Company, nf Benton, with capital stock .of
$1,(1011. ' The only query t ) us is, what tiny
want of so much money.' Ju.-,t think of it
for a moment. A whole thousand dollars
invested in the printing business. Wjty,
it's enough Li almost buy 11 good second
Not less than one hundred duZ'.'ti of
netted quail were sold in our city on Fri
day last; and yet t!i 1 game law says that
"it is unlawful "at all times to net quail."
As the urn who ru t the.- birds are not
easily caught in tin; act, wo utiugetit that
the law be so amended s to make thu mi.ti
who traffics in them us liable to line and
imprisonment, ns h" who nets them.
'J'ojudge by German miicia journals. U's
111:11k is endeavoring to p tlliaie his rigor
toward socialism by improvements in t'i"
condition fl the laboring clashes. Ib
is urging the cr- atio-i of workinginen's
cities on the plan of hi.tllioiw in Al:-ace,
designed by .Jean Dn'fti., mid al Hamburg
a subscription of half a million marks hue
been rniM'd toward a ''second city of that,
description. The national subscription
of two and a hn'f millions presented L
the Emperor William lis it testimonial r t
affection after thehst nt.ick upon his life,
will he added to the fund. Oreat eeonomy
is eff ete. in Mltlhoie-e, and the ttiede
of livinv; is, at the same time,mueh superior
to th.it ot most liilx.iiiitf men. Tne large
buildings contain cheap apartments on
the French llat principle and rioid rules
are enforced with regard to their cleanli
ness and ventilation. A general system
of warming ii'id lighting is introduced,
which greatly reduces the expens' to each
family of heat and light, and there an
great kitchens where the inmates cm
either buy cooked food, or take their pro
visions to be cooked. Libraries, reading
room, and baths are also afforded at mini
of the J.OOO.OOO.OOO of cigars now nu
I nually consumed in this country, about
ninety percent are of bom:! manufacture.
A toadstool four fet ;i inches in eir
etiinl'crenec, and weighing thirty poind-,
is reported as having been found at Elk
In New Zealand trout fishing is now
established tin a regular nrre:iiion. The
fish were, originally brought tVom the river
Severn, in England. '"v,! inereiwed
Mr. Alfred Tciim'i"'n, report says, has
reserved a poem wiiich tie regards as his
masterpiece, to be published after he dU:.
M. Frank Palg", f IWi, has ben
holil for e.Miiiiiniiiiu'i. on t ei cliarge of
conspiring to e.hea! his creators. His
bail was lived at $T,V 0.