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THE DAILY CAlllO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOllMiNU, JANUARY 11, 1S70.
- For avrrini-ean. SELLER'S l.l l it PILLS have
lmu4ue standard remedy lor Liver omtilalnt,
4Wtlvriirw. hltk 1 1 -aln-i, l'uln in Minuldom or
Jtork. ltlrniiicss, Coaled Toui.'"''. revcr '"' A)iie,
and all iIImuim'' arUinn from a ilcrniiM untr ol (ho
lArr or Mumm li. Thomas Adams. l IU Sandy,
Hvmv: -Seller's Pill have saved hundred! of
ilnlhuVin din-tor' In this country." 11. E,
SMIurs X l ii.. Proprietors, Plltsburtf, I'u. Barclay
Uros.. Agnus. iiiro.
fJMIE GREAT BLOOD TONIC
PortUecure uf nil diseases RrUlnj from linpun
blood, and for Invigorating mid sircnirtlicnluu Hie
llloru'n. Am von vteuk, iirrMius, debilitated,
ll mil cinacbuod Have you lost your appetite?
Jlavr you nausea, iln In ill" back. Ac? If so. Dr.
J,llifV WlllMl M'lin n'T Will lime ""I llir ui'-
Bdbrfns bmk Hie Rloom uf Health. i'iniploK.
Holls, Krvslpelas. Tetter. Hull Rheum. &c, are but
Mirmc Indications if Wood Dlni-san; nnd lr. I.lnd
wy'a Wood S.atihur, by purifying Iho system soft
u the kkiti mil bcantlrlc Hi" complexion. Sold
by all drug-dsis. $1 on per bottle. K. K. Sellers.
rMrii'tr.' t'ltlnur, Pa. liarclay )!roo., Ai-iil
gELLERS COUGH SYRUP.
Over 1.0ifl.i.l bottle aold. It Is tlifi most pleasant
and popular remedy for Coughs. Colds. C'roii.
H.awsuess and all throat and lung diseases. Hni
lnfu in tiM- for balf a o'liliirv. Doolorif rceommi'iid
and r.'irlie il. J. E. YuiimHti, l.onjt I'. It.. I'l..
mh: "It aavud inv two chlfdrun frmu tbe Brave.
A"I.. Klinmoun. of hiilllinorii, Md.. alno na.vn: "It
pll rure tlm womt ronu'li Imincdlutoly." Ank your
tHawM or (jimeml atorekueper for It and lake no
icr. 1'rlrea, Sic.. 30., and $I IX) pr boitlr. html
lor ilrrular. K. K. SelliTK & Co.. !"roprUtom,
I tltvbiirj!, I'a. Barclay Broa., Aji uu, Cairo.
. MAUEAX, M. I).,
Homcoiiatliie PJijsIn'iui ami Surffoon.
OAlcc VtS ConimiTt'lul aveiim'. HtifldMiev corner
,: Kourt until St. and Wm-hluglon avvuiii), Cairo.
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O. it THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO, H.L.
II. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orni'K No. 13B Commercial Atcddk, bctwain
Kitfhth and Muth KtreeU
H. W. C. JOCELYX, .
OFFICB Eljhtk Street, near Commercial Aronite.
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five halls. Tho ,Tln contracted by any of
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Herit't Signal Corp, U. S. A.
A 'Mt'lect H(x:ial (lance'' was the at
traction nt Turner hull, lust niyht.
A ehiM of Mr. and Mrs. Conunt is said
t lo seriously ill of diphtheria. Mr.
Conant, himself, is still "under the weath
er.1 Dr. Arter, who has been confined to hiu
room for nearly a year, with a liroken leg,
was out with "his girl' sleigh riding yes
terday. , A man named Simpson Mmin had his
leg crushed between two logs ut Mound's
Junction, on Thursday lust. The bone was
broken in two places.
Mr. Youngbloodfailed to fill liisnppoint
mcnt at the Reform Club rooms, lat night,
lie sent his excuse to the club, however,
.nnd will be ou bund at somo future time.
; X lad named Kirby Smith, received a
fall Thu rsduy, severe enough to dislocate
lit shoulder joint. . It is said that this is
the third accident of the same identical na
ture that has happened to this youngster.
Tito nicmleM of the Excelsior Social
nnd Literary Society have in preparation mi
interesting programme for their meeting of
Tuesday night next. The residence of the
MlsBes Walbridgo has been designated as
the place of meeting.
J. II. Carter, who nt one time ran a
; bakery; iu Cairo, but is now putting in a
portion ot his timo in an ctTort to make a
laruo under the nomde plume of "Commo
dore Jlollingpin," thinks of sturting out on
. lecture tour. AVo arc sorry to hear it.
'A Drooklyn man deposited .'I00 with
AlfX. IfVothingham &, Co., brokers. 12 Wall
Ktreet, New York, as margin on 100 shurca
Ht. Paul railroad stock. The sbwk was dis-
: potod of nix weeks afterwards, realizing
2,400 profit. Their Weekly Financial Re-
port it sent free.
'? ! -J.Miltoo Turner (colorod) Grant's niln
jjter toLlbcrU, will Im In Cairo on tho
C4 iiMtt oo tbe evening of which tiny ho
lecture on the subjoct of Lilwria. The
St. Louis papers speak of Tuim r, not only
ns any ul'lo man, but one of the best pub
lie 8jM'tikerin th West.
Thccilitors of the Paducalt News mis
take the capabilities of the microphone. It
does not, as stated by the News, enable n pel -son
toiiKAii a "hoise-whipora cartwheel."
Such things arc readily seen, however, by
A large force of men, aided by the
steamer McCoinb. were at work yesterday,
dislodging the ice ut the foot of the East
Cairo incline. They made very fair pro
gress, and it is probable that from this
morning, until another gorge forms, the in
cline can be put to its wonted use.
Mr. Lancaster's surviving twin daughter
w as so low yesterday afternoon that he had
abandoned hopes of its recovery. It is suf
fering from the same disease that proved
fatal to the child buried Thursday. It
would prove nu overwhelming atlliction to
Mr. and Mjs. L. should the present case, us
is uow feared, have a like termination.
Ono Julia Jones, of the tribe of Hani,
permitted her angry passions to rise beyond
the point of control,and "lighting" was tho
name of tho olleiice sho was called upon to
answer for, before Judge Bird, yesterday.
Failing to make a good defense she was
lined $10 nnd costs, and sent over to the
charge of Mahoney, for a term of sixteen
If the Corporation Counsel takes meas
ures to enjoin the County Clerk front ex
tending tho railroad-bond interest tax,
levied upon the property of Alexander
county, his application will be made, of
course, in the names of all the taxpayers of
the county. Heretofore, except upon a sin
gle occasion, the collection of the tax was
resisted by the Taxpayers' association.
I!y notice in another column, our read
ers will learn that day bourderscan lie ac
commodated after next Monday, at the Ilul
lctin Building Dining Room with first-clas
board at $:1.50 per week. The dining room
on the first floor is large and commodious,
and people who "take their meals out" will
find a pleasant and convenient place, and
good table spread at the Bulletin Building
If it be true, us represented to the City
Council, that some ot the yellow fever dead
were put away outside the levee, in very
shallow graves, our Board of Health should
see to it that they are removed before the
advent of warm weather. There is a possi
bility that warm weather will give activity
to the germs that infect the bodies, and
that possibility should be guarded ngainst.
It is a case where "co.st" should cut no fig
ure. No mere money consideration should
delay action, if it be necessary to net ut all.
The people of Cairo are Mill lu a fermeut over the
qneation of pnatmaater. Colouel McKealg ha been
faithful and ctndcnl, anil onuhl to bu reappointed.
How do you know And how happens
it to be any of your business, any how (
There is no more of this postoflice tight than
"goes uround" in Cairo, and for that reason
there is not a member of any of the tactions
who is not ready to jump un outside in
truder on sight. Hence, if you have any
desire to preserve the shapeliness of your
ciinison-hued proboscis, you'd better keep
it out of this Cairo scramble, altogether.
The Wkkki.y Bci.i.kti.n, mailed to sub
scribers every Thursday, is the largest
weekly published in Southern Illinois, 'It
contains forty-eight wide columns, more
than forty of which lire devoted to rending
matter. We may, without assuming over
much merit to ourselves, say that it is not
only the largest, but the best paper in the'
southern part oi the State. We have su
perior facilities for the production of such
a sheet, and employ them. It is the ollicial
organ of Alexander county, and for that
reason should lie regarded as ad "indispen
sible" in every reading family of Hie county.
The 'Catholic fair that closed Thursday
night was quite as great nsuocess financial
ly as it was socially. The several tables
realized the following sums: Fancy needle
work table, $9.i; confectionary, iJsU'Ji'O;
postollice, $,i ,I0; sundry collections, $sj() 50 ;
gold chain disposed of by ballot to the most
popular yoiniLf lady 'in attendance, was
awarded to Miss Hannah Smith, and pro
duced the sum of $101 05. The supper
table brought in about $100, making the
total receipts over 400. As most of the
articles were contributed, the expenses did
not exceed f 100 perhaps.
Have we any Clarkes among us? Thir
teen years ugo a John C. Clarke, of Texas,
died, and it was supposed without relatives.
He made no will, and his immense estate,
worth three millions of dollars, went to the
State. Quite recently Clarkes who were
nephews and cousins of old John, are mul
tiplying at the rate of about a dozen 11 week ;
and the old man w ho was supposed to be
withouta relative in the world, turns out to
have been a member of one of thu largest
families of the country, But three millions
is a piincely pile; nnd if any of our Cairo
Clarkes cau prove themselves of the J. C.
Clarke tribe, a cool ten thousand Is await
ing each of them, even though tlm success
ful claimants number a hundred.
Congressman llartzell has taken tho
lead in a matter which, it is to bo hoped,
will uncover some of the jobs of Secretary
Sherman. By dispatches published by us
yesterday, our readers were Informed of a
move made by Mrt HnUell that looks to a
searching investigation of tho Secretary's
connection with the First National bank, of
Now York -an institution that Is gouging
fie United States treasury, orcr which
Sherman preside, of iu hundreds of thous
ands of dollars. How the system of specu
lationdownright robbery is abetter name
for it is carried on, was shown in 11 recent
number of Tiik Hci.m.tin, nnd need not,
therefore, bo repeated. Tho honest men
will therefore applaud Mr. Ilartzell's move
ment, and if he receives the proper suppoit
of the committee of which he is 11 member
vthe public will be startled, we predict, by
Thu summary dismissal of the Grand
Jury, Thursday evening, was very generally
discussed, yesterday, in all parts of the
city; and not a few of our citizens endorsed
the action of the Judge, and argued that he
did right. Others, while admitting that
the Jurors may have been frittering away
their time in nu unprofitable manner, nr
gued that the Jtrdge exceeded his powers;
that the law gave him no control over the
Grand Jury, and that in dismissing it in
the manner he did, he assumed n power
that the law has lodged nowhere except
with the Jury itself. Still others place the
whole blame upon the shoulders of the
Prosecuting Aftomcy, claiming that the
Judge should have instituted inquiries, and
placed the responsibility where it rightful
ly belonged. Tho jurymen themselves do
not, we take it, question the purity of thy
Judge's motives. They hold that he was
misled by appearances; and blame him for
acting without extending inquiries. They
believe themselves victims of a misconcep
tion of fuels, and not subject to the imputa
tion under which the action of the Judge
has placed them.
There was a full attendance upon the
meeting ot the Reform club, last night, the
crowd being fully twice as huge as that of
last week. After the formalities of open
ing, Mr. Fisher, the recording secretary,
reud a letter from Hon. F. M. Youngblood,
expressing regrets over his inability to be
present to address the club, stating as a
reason, that he hud entered upon the de
fence of a person (hurged with murder and
could neither j)ostpone or abandon the
trial. A letter from Dr. Reynolds was ulso
read, in which the Doctor indicated a wil
lingness to come to Cairo whenever called
upon to do so. As the committee appointed
to raise a speaker's fund had collected $00,
and as the sum of i25in the Women's Tem
perance Union was available for a like
purpose, the club concluded that it
was in a condition to semi for
the Doctor at once. Accordingly the
Secretary was directed to telegraph to him
to be in Cairo next Tuesday evening. Cup
tain Williams, the financial secretary, then
read a report of his doings during his term
of oilic". The report showed that the club
numbered r4:! bona fine members: that
1,573 persons had signed the pledge; that
$521.80 had come into the treusury as con
tributions front the public; that $:)14.G5
hud been realized from entertainments;
fjfi(J.05 front dues, and $:7.7!) from the
contribution box. Concluding the reading
ol the report, the Captain tendered his res
ignation us Financial Secretary, and as
Chairman of the Committee on Speakers.
His engagements hereafter would, he said,
be of a nature that, would render it impos
sible for him to give the positions tho nec
essary time and attention. The resignation
was accepted. There being no speaker
present from abroad, the talent of tho audi
ence whs utilized, and, nlthuiigh nobody
present made any pretensions to finished
oratory, the club was well entertained had
what might be denominated "n real good
In the absence of anything more in
teresting we incorporate among our locals,
the following complimentary notice ol
Judge Mulkey's candidacy for a seat 011 the
Illinois Supreme bench. We quote from
the Chester Valley Clarion, which says:
"Among the eminent lawyers and jurists of
Southern Illinois, from whose number a se
lection must be made by the p topic of the
Southern Grand Division 111 June next, of a
successor to tho lamented Sidney Brcose,
there is no one within our knowledge more
worthy of the great honor than Judge
Mulkey, of Cairo. The great State of Illi
nois should present u mpreine judiciary,
comprising the very best legal talent of the
commonwealth. No mere sharp-witted
lawyer, who may succeed in making ignor
ant jurors "believe the worse the better ren
son," should have a place on our supreme
bench. No man should have a place there
on account of his activity or ability us u
politician. That great position a position
which, rightly cstimuted, is one of the
proudest and grandest in the gift
of nn intelligent people should be
filled only by a man of broad nnd compre
hensive brain-work, of scholarly culture,
of tho most extensive legal abilities and
requirements, and of the keenest moral
perceptions. Ho should add to the largest
intellectual and legal ability and learning,
tho grandest and best moral qualities of the
perfect man. To such a man tho judicial
ermine Is an honoj', and the man reflects
honor on the position. Such is the man wu
conceive Judge John II. Mulkey to be, ami
the peoplo of tho Southern Grand division
should with unanimity support such u jurist
for tho vacant place ou the supremo bench.
Wc know of ono other man who could con
test the claims of Judge Mulkey in all those
qualities that constitute the noble and 11 1
right Judge, and thut man is Judge Gcort-e
W. Wall, of our own district. Butvve
nrc informed that Judge. Willi's modesty
Impels him to decline a contest tor the
high place, on the ground of want of agi ,
While this modesty does credit to Jmlg.
Wall's frocdom from faulty, wc arc inclined
to think he made a mistake. Tho semi-
meiit among tlio peoplo and lawyers of
Southern Illinois, seems ty bo pretty unan
imous in settling upon Judge Mulkey for
the supreme bench, out of all the names so
far spoken of ns probable candidates."
We have been oskel, certainly more
than a hundred times if, during our resi
dence in Cairo, wo ever before saw such u
protracted spell of cold weather. Having
passed thirty winters in Cairo we have quite
n stock of weather with which to compare
the present spell, and have at least one
sample in that stock that "lays over' the
sample furnished by the present winter, and
dwarfs it almost In to insignificance. We
refer to the winter of 1S55-C. Just what
thut w inter was is well told by the Kansas
City, Mo., Journal. On January 20, 1850,
the Journal contained the following: "On
the night of the 24th of December, 1855,
the Missouri river at this place was frozen
over. It is now near live weeks that the
river has been u highway for teams of
horses, mules and oxen. Wc put this fact
on record for coming years. We have now
had ,ncur sevon weeks of hard freezing
weather a fact unparalleled in the history
of this country. Peoplo will heretofore re
fer to the long, cold winter of 1855-50."
On February 2nd tho Journal had the fol
lowing : "The cold weather of the past few
weeks has been general. From every part
of America from Halifax to Cuba we have
accounts and it is everywhere spoken of
as the coldest ever known. At Memphis
the citiz.'iis are putting up their ice, a cir
cumstance unknown before. Tho flouting
ico has reached the mouth of the Mississip
pia fact unheard of, even to tradition.
The Brazos river, in Texas, is frozen suffi
ciently hard for the crossing of teams. In
Cuba they have a real northern winter. At
St. Paul, Minnesota, tho thcnnometci has
been 41 degrees below zero." The issue of
the Oth of February contained this state
ment: "On Sunday and Monday .'Id nnd
4th the thermometer stood 2S and !30 de
grees below zero." In tho issue of March
1st is f jund the following: "The river at
this place broke up on Monday morning
lust, the 25th of February, 1850 having
been closed sixty-two days." Should the
present cold simp close the Ohio with ice
12 to 10 inches thick to its mouth, and con
tinue at a temperature ranging from 10
above to 10 below zero, until the middle of
February, the parallel to the winter of
1855-ti will be furnished. Otherwise, that
winter will stand without a parallel within
the memorv of our oldest inhabitants.
A THRIVING INDUSTRY.
JACOB WALTERS STEAM SAISAOE I'ACTOllY
AM) MEAT SHOr.
Few of our citizens have been more pros
perous, or deserved to be, than Jacob Wal
ter. For a number of years he devoted
himself to tlm sale of fresh and cured
meats, and by a straight forward nnd hon
est manner of dealing with the public, and
by exercising grout care in purchasing the
best stock that was brought to the market
or could bo found in the country, he built
up a large and profitable business, which
he has not only maintained, but increased
to such an extent that he found it necessary
to enlarge his facilities. Accordingly ' he
s t mechanics at work, and in due time
was provided with a well built, conveniently
niT.uig'd. two story brick cstaidishmvnt,
fronting fifty feet on Eighth street, an 1, with
its recent additions, running back one hun
dred feet to the middle ot the block. It
was built and arranged with an eye to the
nccoiiiuio lution of the business to which
he is now devoting it, viz: to the sale of
fresh and cured meats of every description,
and the manufactiK' of all kinds of sau
sages demanded by the market.
The trout of the building, us our local
renders know, is his sales-room, where the
retail customer can purchase the choicest of
meats, whether of beef, pork, mutton, veal
or venison, in nny quantity desired, and
have their purchases delivered to order in
any part of tho city, without mistake or
delay. Here also the wholesale buyer can
always find an excellent variety from which
to choose; and if his orders be for one hun
dred or one thousand pounds, they will be
tilled without delay, and in a manner that
never fails to give the completest satisfac
tion, Tho steam sausage factory is iu tho rear,
occupying a room sixteen by forty feet.
The floor is paved with brick, and every
thing is arranged with uviewtoconvcniencc,
strength nn:l durability. Tho chopping
machine is of that approved patem manu
factured by Mr. L. Stoigert, of Cincinnati,
nnd has un ordinary enpacity of two thous
nnd pounds of sausage a day, or more, if
run to its utmost capacity. Tho machine
is driven by a horizontal engine of six horse
power, and is a quiet, onsy working and
complete piece of machinery. The double
hand-power stuffing machine is a model of
its kind, and has a capacity adjusted to
that of tho chopper. Tho stufTcr can also
utilized in the grinding of spices.
Adjoining the sausage-making apartment
is the cuttlng-up room, in convenient prox
imity to which is the suiting-room. Skirt
ing thu walls of this room lire Immense
tanks, holding three thousand pounds each,
tilled with hums, already trimmed and un
dergoing the process that fits them for tho
smoke-house. In this room are stored away
tho "linnd-rockcrs" formerly used by Mr.
Walter in the manufacture of sausages, but
now displaced by appliances driven by
stenm. They are kept on linnd for emerg
encies to bo used when, if ever, tho steam
apparatus proves Inadequate to tho work of
promptly supplying demands.
COU.COMAIKUCJA AV. ANDKIOHTKMNTH ST.,
I f applied with a full atw-k of Kn-uli Drue". Medicine and cheinliul. irf undoubted purity,
lues rf thu'dnrKP"' ,VrAlmi'r''' I,r""1e!'. e-. ! u Kiill Line of all ihe popular Patent Kionlly
gy Especial Cm-rand Attention given to the eniiiiiuiiiiillii; of iiIiyxMmiis' prei-rliiloiii.
Still in the rear of this room is the ren -
dering dcpurtmctit, which is furnished with
two huge iron kettles that are imbedded in
solid masonry, the furnace underneath be-
ing unquestionably fire-proof. The render-
ing department in point of capacity nnd
completeness ii in keeping with the bal
ance of the establishment as complete as
great experience and a disregard of cost,
could possibly render it. As a part of the
fixtures of this room, the lard cooler, hold
ing several barrels, and the press all of the
most generally approved putteru.
The smoke-house is a capacious two-story
brick, mid is now tilled, and for sometime
has been, from top to bottom, with hum,
sides,shoulders,ete., in process of curing for
the market. A one story brick addition to
this, is devoted exclusively to the curing of
the Bologna and other sausage thut undci-
go the smoking process. It is here that th
popular sausages manufactured by Walter.
receive their "finishing touches."
Lnrge cisterns full of pure water for the
boiler and other uses, nrc on tho premises,
t . , , , . . . .
ami 11 unvtiiing cssenuui to u complete es
tablishment has not been provided, we con
fess thut we are u:iali!e to detect its ab
sence. Every department is In charge of exper-ienc.-d
ii md. Mr. Wait -r h is taken es
pecial care 110; to imperil his reputation by
giving employment to green hands. 'His
sausage makers lire known as entitled to
rank among the best and most skillful in
the country, and the character of the goods
they manufacture, shous conclusively that
they nrc masters of their trade. And the
same may be said of the lard Tenderers, the
cutters and trimmers, ami the butcher in
the shop. One and all of them huve bad
much experience in his or tln-ir respective
departments, and show their skill by their
All the work about tin- large establish
ment is carried on directly under the eye
of Mr. Walter. He is there constantly, and
under bis experienced eye and skillful
hands the operations of thu establishment
all move forward with the exactness of
completely adjusted clock-work.
We can recommend our readers to use
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup iu all cases of
Cough, Cold, etc. It costs only 23 cents a
bottle and is warranted to cure.
Great bargains in hosiery from 5c per
pair and upwards.
Stuart, Eighth street.
Fi.ek iiYsteh LU.vnr every night nt half
past eight o'clock, is spread by Harry
Keep out the cold and wet by using rub
ber weather strips on your d Mir and win
dows. Blake will do the work for vott.
Branch Office of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansville, nt .Mrs. James' No.
47 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
Blank books in stock or made to order
by Ambrose Pyatt. Paper Boxes manufac
tured to order. Call at the Bulletin Build
ing, or address him through the postoflice.
The AVonian's Christian Temperance
Union will hold their regular meeting, this
afternoon, Saturday, January 11th, in the.
Temperance ReVorm hall, at 3 o'clock. By
order of the Union.
Mni.i.iK E. Wliiii, Secretary.
Free oyster lunch ut half-past eight
o'clock, evtiy night, at Harry Walker's
Cairo, January I), is7t.
All parlies having friends or relatives
buried over the levee, will do well by cull
ing on Win. Gerricke nnd J. E. Park im
mediately and make arrangements for
Ambrose Pyatt keeps a lull supply of
all tho Text Books used in tho Cairo public
schools. He is ulso supplied with Pencils,
all grades of Writing Paper, everything in
fact that enters into the outfit of school chil
dren. Ladies merino vests reduced from 50c to
40c. Gents underwenr 25c, 40c, 50c, and
05c. Great bargains. Stuart.
Newspapers, School Books, Inks of the
best brands, Albums, Office Fixtures,
Bruckets, Pencils, Steel Pens and a variety
of Stationery, all utvory low figures, always
on hand at Ambrose Pyuft's News and
Stationery Stand, Bulletin Building cbmer.
The Bulletin building dining room will
be opign on Monday, January lil, for accom
modation of duy boarders, Application for
board can bo made nt Tim Bulletin of
fice. Terms, $:),50 per week. J. Hinhon.
Am. tho finest brands of cigars nnd to
bacco, lino cut nnd plug, meerschaum und
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc., a large
and varied stock, for s ite at wholesale nnd
retail, at K. Korsmyers, Sixth street near
imi fi STORE.
1 IX J KJfOIMAM.
I Whereas, The nieinls is of the Rough
and Ready lire company have hi-ard willi 1
( deep and heartfelt regret (' the di-ath of
their friend and comp:iiii,,n, F. M. Sink
1 fh-th, and who w.u for mi main- veins a-.o-
elated with them as a member and as an
ofticcrof this company and whose genial
qualities had endeared him to all connected
with him. Therefore, lie it
Resolved, That we desire to pay our hum
ble tribute to his memory, and to hi man-,-gisxl
qualities. He wai a good citizen "a
warm and generous friend a loving ami ,,--voteil
Resolved, That we deeply dcplm-n ;md
mourn his Iu-., mid join in sympathy with
the sorrow of his bereaved wife.
Resolved, 'Hat us a token nt reicct a
leaf of the journal be -et 11 pint 111 u taMer
nnd these ii-iolutiuiis in-erilii-d tle-ii iin. :,ul
that each memhi-r wear the u-icd findae of
I mourning for thirty dav and tlmt the com -
li!nv li-lll lti. ilritirit '1 ..it,...!... ,1. .
; Ktlm. i,.,,), I(f ' "
! Rohvd. That these i-subnion. b.- -i;!-
: lisuol ami a copy le: liiniislie.l to tip-
I'll . Cl'NM.NOU AM, S .-(-.
STUART'S RELIABLE CASH
( l.EAKIM. Ill I CALK OK SI HI'I.I sTi K A
(IOI.HEX OirilHTUMTV Knit I'l III II K1!"
(IK Dili i-.imiDs.
We will place ou ilc .I.inu irv in. a!!
winter dry go.nU remaining unsold pti. i -:
that will clean them out immediately. U "
are determined that no -,'.mkU adapted t
the present season ill remain unsold if 1
low juice will sell tin-in. We earnestly in
vite every one to visit li before bttyini; an-!
we w ill convince them that we mean lei.i
ne.s. lieineinber th?H we carry 110 old
goods and that mir pre-eiit Mock must !.
closed out to make room for spring yi-o U.
Wc solicit the patronage of all dose buyer..
('has. R. Stuart, Eighth street.
ADVKHTIsKI) LETTERS IX THE ( Villi) -of
KICK. ! AM'AUY 10. lOl,
Marv Marker. Mi-. M.ir.
Hi d 'noil. Mi
Rrvaui. ,!r Nam v
(.'ollins. .Mls Jo-n-liniMiiiuu'.
Mi.- Lain 1
Klekiea. Mr. .1
Lloyd. Mary Ann
Kiiil-k. Mrs Su.le
M.irdlik. Mrs II. 1'
M unit. Mi.. LhI.
Oil. Mii Nelll
Come. .Mrs. Marv
Kultz. lr Diimh
(irerl.lv. lr. J.-mil.-Linn.
Lee. Mr. Mary .
.Mit,'ee. .lr. s j.an
Kuinie!'. Mis i'auuy
funtti. .Mr-. I)
Illinois. Mr. i,,.(,i.
Eihtn'oii, .Mr. I'aren
0 KM I.KME.V
IWriiiau. C. C.
Harris. Maiden -llnriia.
llcthcttnv. Win. S
I)ntv.( . F.
I'riicr. Col. Urn
Hall. A 11 1 In. nr
Hammond. ( hurlc
HihIi s John
Henry, f in.
Fitch. N. A
Dii.'ili. Jii-eili K
l.voiis. Thiilnn. .1.
Miilliikkl. cliailr. .1.
M. lliid. I). V.
' llll". (il'lir'.'e
1 Keen. .1. II
I l.owen. lien. A Jlin.
I Melilollien. .laiiu
Mcl'm. II. W.
I'eitlfiird.iieori.We'lly Richunl-on. Jn-ephT.
Haiidiill. (ieoriie ' Si-heiler, Harris
Hartford. W. F. saint. Win. M.
SSi-ebiir-.iT, I.onla Travis, W. P.
Shaw, (i I'avk-r. Charles r!
Travem, y. I sw'hWi.OjoW
VaiiKh. Krtuard lley. J. W
Williams. J0I111 A Washburn. Marliier
Ske our cotton flannel at fie, Me and foe,
also plain red flannels at 15c, lc, 2Hc an i
'2'2ic; good dry flannels nt 12,'ji- and
Stuart, Eighth street.
POl Xl PARTY.
The gentlemen connected with Presbyte-
rian church will give a Pound Party ut th"
rooms of Mr. Jlyslop, Thursday evening
next. All friends of the church are invited
to be present; and those attending should
not forget to bring that pound of ,
sealed, to be sold without opening, to the
.1. M. Lansden, I
S. 1). Avers,
J. S. Rkarden, Coinniiiii r.
OsCAH HaYTIKMIN, I
B. F. Blake, I
Free oyster lunch at half-past ci-.ht
o'clock, every night, nt Harry Walker'
ST 10 Kilt) I.I) Kit's) Sll-KTINO.
VOTK'K.-A inei-llni! or tlm stockholders nr 1 1:
1 City Niillniial Hunk, for Die election of a llnanl
or Directors, will bu held hi llirotllco of the Innli.
011 Tuesduv, lliu Mill dnv of January next, at i t
o'clock A.M. ' W. II YSLOP. Cashier.
For (tClso of the following Dlaeasiia which Ihe illf
fcretit numbers ol
Dp. Forbes' HEALTH PAUS
Will not euro with Remarkable Success.
, Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, etc.
No. 1 . j i,,,lcl,( 3
( Kidney, Spino nnd Bladder iif
Nt). 2 ! lections, ami Nervous Prostrs-
( tion. Price, fJ. ,
v ,,,) Female Diseases nnd Womb Af-
0, "J ' lections. Price $3.
M . i Influinutlop of the Lungs, Bron
m' j chitU nnd Asthma. Price, $5.
Th abov reward Hoc not apply UiCnsc alrenily
In thu surgical nr fatal alaicva. On receipt of pries
will send Pad by mail. Reward oflmltnlloua, tak
none but the Forbes, Bund for circular In
Hit. (I. W, FOKRKH.
ITS Klin Ht.. Cincinnati, Ohio, nnd learn particular
Important to luJld.