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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: S.UNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER S6. " IST&.
cuomsioNU CAitos-ru'Sjn avs.
r 11. MARFAN, M. P.,
iiiO(MiurhIc Physician and Surycon.
Ort'.i'o I Ci Commercial avntift. Residence corner
ionic ei;di hi. mid wa-hiiiKioti nietine, euro.
It. K. W. WH1TLOCK,
" Oner !,; l.U Commercial Avenue, bctvveeu
Ciichib nd Muth HtroeU
J)U. W. C. JOCELYX,
'ilTK'K-WiiMk Street, ncir Commercial Avenue
NOTARY PI BI.IC.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
UrTli'li: -With tin- Widow' aud Oorpnaus' Mil
ukI Aid Society,
JINEO.U. it LANSDEN,
i 'V'KICK-No. IM t'mntnerciM Avenue.
THREE liS$$L STATES.
On niul H"i. r Miiiicliiy, June Hi. the boat will make
the I'oIIdwIu; triu:
LEAVf l.KAVKs LKAVK
Fool Fourth Mi.-no!irI Laiul'x. Kentucky Lcl'g.
T a. tn.
H b. in.
11 a. in.
2 p. m.
:"' )i. m.
!i a. in.
.1 p. m.
7::sn a. m.
!::W a. ui.
11 ::W a. in'.
2: so p.m.
(i:3ft a. in.
8 a. m.
10 a. tii.
3 p. m.
r::!il j. m.
10 a. in.
4 p. m.
JOK METROPOLIS AND PADl'CAII.
T!ie Fa,M,iiut Side-heel Pa'Dcnger steamer
A. I BIRIi.
l.eay Cairo (evcry artmniini at 3 o clock, for
Viola "ill. )ictinpli anil way laniiinii. Fur
In-hdil hi .u.ii-c apply to SOI,
i . w .KWr.n tiskji EXTS-.U 1st j : r, f , a v r :o I S.
7(1 OHIO LEVEE.
.'idiii ur dust hy nifiiMiiri'O lcinr exposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a liar,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
In it n,l !r yuiirfivt't.
30 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
C ali on delivery of ticket.
(; ). WILLIAMSON,
? ( Ohio Levee
Boat Stores a ml (iroceries,
Of all UiiicIh.
IPKN XKiilT AND UAY,
Fiesh Dairy indtilll Educ llutter, OvMei and all
Viiula ur irult when iu enmiii. on liaml ami rti'liv
ered promptly nt rekldu:i tree, (hattr delivered
BOOTS AND SHOES.
- Made to Order
Fii'OM 'I'll K UK ST MATKKIAU ON SHOHTKOj
1 li. E.
VOltK. MATERIAL AND FIT OUAR
AXTEKI). WKi'lmirliU; doue with ueatnexa and ilepuU.
Tenth sirei t.
Avenue. N, K. Corner
J ACOP. WALTER,
. - BUTCH Eli
TjJlor in Frersh Meat.
V EIGHT STREET.
llelween WiHltnton uml Com'
iir-i:il A. v., itiOlnlng llnnnya.
KKKPX ror alMim he ntt, Pa. MuHub, Vet).
Unh, aa)(e, Ac, tod lapiotrcd toterve
ranUte 4 it tceptall miuerr.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTMIKD AT 1IIK X'OhT uVUtl'. IN I -WHO, i,
I.IXOIS, A BWOSU-n.ASS MATU.lt.
OFFICIAL PAPIilt OK ALKXANDEK C UVNTV,
Only Horning: Daily ill Southern Illinois.
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Time. Bar. TUur, lluin Wiutl. Vi'l Weather.
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Maximum Temperature, Mi : illiitunuu Ten)
pei-iture, :w ; Kaintull, u W lucu.
W. It. KAY.
Sere't Hlirnal Coru. I'. S. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
St. Jacob' Oil run s Nourulgia.
Religious spitIcps in all the thutclies as
Mi-.. Dr. Arter ami Mr. A. A. Ilarrell
aud ilaiijj'iter, left the city yesterday ou a
visit to relations in Caledonia.
Uabios ure too highly prized to permit
them to suffer with Colic, Flatulence, etc.,
when Dr. Hull's Uaby Syrup will at once
relieve them. Trice 2i cents.
"Siuiire Robinson was not at hi- pot
yesterday, havincf lcft the city the evening
before for an "over-Suinlav" visit to Ids
W'v are astonished at the endeavors of
parties to introduce new remedies tor
oughs ami kindred c;phiinU when they
should know, that the people will have Dr.
Hull's Cough Syrup, and nothing c!.v
Fires are becoming more frequetit
every day, particularly thoe to be seen on
the ends of tho "Faultless" ciaar. u pure,
liavaua filler, for 5 cent-. Sold by F.
ICurstueyer, wlml-.-ale tobacconist. Sixth
street, near Levee.
Since the probahle reclamation and
cultivation of the land hence to Cache riv
er, has begotten opposition to the hiii'h wa
ter road project, it may prove very solac
ing for sift h opponents to know that the
owner of the land in tpiestion has not an acre
ot ground under cultivation, the reutid tf
which paves the taxes! 1-n't that "bully':"'
Fred Keoilerhasiiien at work rebuild--ing
his s:iiH:ge factory and will be in run
ning order in a week'or.so. He left or in
tended leaving! last night for Cincinnati, to
see all the improved machinery, with the
view of buying the latest tiid best, and will
plan them in a tire pnmf building on the
site of the old one.
Air. J. A. liaison, ol'thc widely known
Ann of Watson it Wullnidge, stale, ci ii.'ity
and city directory publisher., is now in the
city, to arrange preliminaries for the publi
cation of a Cairo and Alexander county di
rectory. Mr. Watson come.- highly recom
mended, and brings us the assurance that
it" his firm publishes a directory for u, the
work will he well and thoroughly per-
Deter Durt'ey and Thomas Foley were
brought before Spiire Comings, yesterday,
to anw cr for disorderly conduct. Thomas
and I'eter had been dealing each, other
iistic compliments, and so earnest and ani
mated that they di-turbed the equanimity
of the whole neighborhood. Peter was
fined $10 an 1 Thomas with cost
added. Kxrcutioiis were i tied fir the
committal ot both of them.
Rev. J. J. IJowinan, D. D.. alb r coin
pleting HHiicce.-sfu! lecture lour, is again in
Cairo, lie preached in the '('olwell cub
ored liaptist Chun h." la-t night. He will
nttend services in the A. M. E. Churcb at
1 1 o'clock this morning, and the Sunday
school of the same church, at :i o'clock: this
afternoon. He is the gentleman, it will be
recollected, who ho effectually exploded the
sophistries of Colonel Ingcr-oll, through
the columns of 'I'n k Iin.i.r.i iN, several
Louis Herbert having purehavd the
Lonergan brick, on the corner of Tenth and
Washington, proposes to alter and greatly
improve it. He has removed the root" anil
will add about three feet to the upper More,
and fit it up as a residence. The lower
story will be put in order for business uses,
and the whole establishment be m:,,!,. to
glisten in a new coat of paint. Tl ei-j!,.
bora are felicitating themselves over the
fact that the house ha-fallen into hand
that will reader it ornanieulal a- well as
Without due cause, certainly without
justification, a double-listed laboring nun
called one of our Cairo carpenters-nnd a
rather peuccab'.y disposed mini, by the way
" !" Quick a-'lightning
the foul-mouthed fellow was knocked tlat
on his back. The fellow gauging the size
and gem nil appearance of the carpenter, no
doubt thought he could apply his pet uaine
to him with impunity. He was never worse'
mistaken in his life. Wo could have told
lim better. .
Two horses, attached to a wagon loaded
with furniture, Marled on a run, from the
neighborhood of the furniture factory,
ttbout half-past .". yesterday evening, and
made things lively in that vicinity, for the
apace of three or four minutes. A dog tied
to the hind axle, was flung hither and yon,
part of the time Hying in the air and ai-ain
bei-jg dragged along the ground: but he
enmeoul all rihl in tie- end -only hewib
dered somewhat. The furniture st::ere I,
and the lives of some wyiuen and childrc-i
were endatiguro 1, but fort en atc'y nobody
' About half-past 12 o'clock yesterday
uiorning.and shortly after wc had guaetn
press, the tire bells rang out a loud and per.
tistcnt alarm, locating the lire in the Fittl
ward. As quite every body was in his first
sound nap, the response ,to the call was
slow. The fire was iu n two-story fruine
building on Commercial near Twenty
eighth, and was, therefore, too far advanced
when the engines arrived, to be brought
into subjection. It destroyed the building
in which it originated and a small frame
adjoining, subjecting the owner, Mr. Jacob
Morelock, ton loss of five or six hundred
dollars. As the fire was first discovered in
the hall, it was clearly the work of an in-
eeiidiaiy. Mr. Morehn-k's insurance
amounted to only iJC'OO.
We mentioned, the other day, the find
ing of a skiff in the river near the Dickey
farm. The skiff contained a trunk and va
rious cooking utensils, and we conjectured
that the owner had tumbled overboard and
drowned, or had been disposed of otherwise.
The conjectures we re not well grounded,
for yesterday afternoon a healthy, whiskered
individual called at theofliec to obtain fur
ther information, etc. In descending the
river he had stopped at Commerce, about 0
o'clock on Sunday night last, and returning
to the landing place about 10 o'clock, found
i.;.. ,.i:,r i . . ... . .
mis Ainu youe. .s it was iasteiien in a
maimer that precluded the idea that it
could have broken loose, he feeN confident
that it was stolen. A portion of the con
tents of the trunk was very valuable, to the
There is not a man iu Cairo whom the
public su-pect ot good common M-n-e. who
is not ready to agree that a wagon :...ut ;:.at
will keep Cairo iu cou.-tant cim:;uu:.icajion
with all parts of Alexander and Pulaski
counties, is a thing that is much to be de
sired. Everybody agrees that siieh a roao
is one of Cairo's prc.-cnt need-. Why. then,
does anybody oppose the coiislt in :i. II of
the road: The distant reader will scairely
belie ve it nssible: but it is true, neverthe
less, that much of the Cairo opposition is
based upon the fact, that the nad embank
ment might be utilized and form part of a
levee that would reclaim several thou-and
actv-of laud that are subint to oversow!
The land now full of pond- and iu ir-hes,
covered with a den-e and tangied under
growth, and formiii',' most tui-ightiy "sub.
tllh-." would probably be r:-e!:iil'ie. and
converted into garden a:: I Comtb-Iils!
That any seii-iKe man cm -ri.'iiiv urge
Mich an objection to the r.uii. without
hhi.-hiny for very !mme. p:,s-c- oi.r ( oinpi e-hen-ion.
--Mr. Piatt Walker, a Miitm-i;..n:- new-
paper man. wa. a U'ti-picuou- cl.anctor in
the (Juiney river convention. After Cap
tain Cbwdy had shown how the disasters of
rtoods might be avo'i.le.l through the adop
tion of his, outlet system. Mr. Piatt, taking
the other extreme, demonstiatcd, to his own
satisfaction at la"-t. how. by the adoption
of hi reservoir phm, the ili-a-der f low
wat T might he guarded ajain.-t. lie had
liuuie me system ot reservoit- a study
for many years ami showed how the mum r
ou vast Jakes of Minnesota could at the
expenditure of an insignificant sum, by se
ries of dams, be conveyed into an immense
reservoir from which waiter could be turned
into the Mississippi river iu sufficient vol
ume to render it navigable at all seasons of
the year. Hut it is safe to assume that a'.!
that Capt. Cowden and Col. Walker said
did not disturb tlie conviction it was in
tended to up.ct. that to guard against the
diaterof loth low water and hitrh water.
Capt. T'. ids' jetty plan will
O'.luer Sehuekci. received a telegram
from Paducah. yesterday, asking him t
look out tor a colored man who had stolen
six twenty dollar gold pieces nnd a .gold
witch from a Paducah gentleman wle-se
name, we did not learn. About 3 o'clock in
the evening Schuoker. came across the right
man in the person of Sid Williams, and
started with him for the couuty jail. Wil
liams is an active, muscular young fellow,
and at a moment when the otricer had hi.
i i . i . . i
iiean uinien 10 sec wuo wa coming up on
him from behind, the negro gave him a
violent push that sent him otf the sidewaik
and down the declivity (.f the street side.
The culprit then "cutout" like a quartci
horse-rati down Seventeenth to Poplar: up
Poplar to Nineteenth and down Nineteenth
out into thu weeds and commons beyond
the colored school house. Sehuckers fol
lowed, and secured the fugitive's coat and
lint which he threw off ns he ran: but re
ceiving no mounted assistance in the
chase, he wascompelle.l to ab.oiJon it as
fruitless. William, i said to Le a profes
sional thief and cracksman. That'' he is
neet-tootiM, clii:olior i- readv
at nnv tiiiv-.
-The State ituard of IKalth has. sUb
jected itself to a great deal of very severe
criticism because o'f it refusal to ivcoguize
the diplomas of . the Cincinnati Medical
college, It is not contended that the hold
ers ot the-e diplomas are le, desenin"
physicians than the graduate, of other
schools-hut, mirabiles dictu! The school
furnishi opportunities for graduating twice
a year, upon which state of facUthe Mount
Ct.nnel Regi-ter has this to uyc
State Hoard of Health is again making n
ha-s of Idtself. It has n fu-ed to grant Ii
cetisetp any gnduato of a certain '(.:.
lutticol'egc, beeat.je, u statcl ia the dis
piuihcs, the school gives two course., ,,f jlK.
tu.-c, annually. hat difference it mutt(,s
in the qualification.! of uti apj lim it for lb
("iisr. Iiow the school at wliidi l stud(.j
divided the year fnto courses, misses tho or
dmary understanding. To non-professionals,
the only question with which the State
Hoard has to deal would seem to be, not us
to tne school at which the applicant for li
cense studied, but as to his Individual nt
tainnieuts and fitness. If he posses'ess these,
wnar can it matter how or where he ac
We met in our city, the other day , a
man of exceedingly, shabby appearance
dressed in old, tattered and greasy, cloth
ing, so small' for him that his arms and
legs reminded one of Dickens' "doth sau
sages." His language and address, how
ever, were those of an educated gentleman,
lie was sorely distressed about his appear
auee. and explained that, while stom
Jackson, he lad every article of clothin-
he had with him, except his socks and
shirt stolen from his room while he was
sleeping. He had traveled much in fact
was on a tour of the country, and made his
expenses by selling a recipe for killing rats.
mice, ants ami roaches. We inyested a
quarter of a dollar and secured Ids recipe,
ami will let the reader of Thk Rn.i.r.riN
profit by our investment. Here is the
recipe: Two ounces qua.sia. half ounce oil
of cedar, half ounce oil of sassafras, or.e
ounce extract of squills, to six quarts of
water. For ants, fleas or roaches, apply
wiili a spoiiTo once in eight weeks; for .M-d
biitf.-apily with a feather once a year.
For rat., and mice, mix with tlotir and seat
tor iu ball- about the sie of a bullet. The
sttufwiil do the work.
A temporary injunction ha been obtained
against the Auditor of Public Accounts and
State Treasurer, restraining them from lew
ing. for the current year, the so-called "Reg
istered Railroad-bond Interest tax" upon
.the property of Alexander county. Thi
p. an of defeating the levy of the tax i- much
to be prcfetred to theold prm-i.. by which
the collector was i r.joiiu d from collet ting ii
after it had been levied and extended, for
several reason-. Prominent among thee
are the follow ing: Tie-county will not be
compelled to pay .so or $l"ti for extending
the tax on the tax boo!; ; the collector wi4l
be saved a va-t deal of extra labor and the
expenditure of twoor three hundred .bif-
ir- cleiu lore: and tinalb. tin
m.t .'in:ol. t ie taxoaei
w il, not bo compelled to pay ten per cent,
of the amount of tin- tax defeated, to colu-p-
ti-ati anattorm.y for defeating it. It m:.
b- argu'd. on the .;her hand, that iu the
it'emp? t' render tin- injunction permanent.
a'.l the question., involved will come up. and
that, h iving to jlght the whole pu.verofthe
Mate, we may be .ir'Vat-d. an 1 tloit bi.
a i of gainii-g a permanent injunction
igain.t the h v of the t.A. the court, fuay
iiccravc tliv riiibt nl the Aiuotor a:n Tri-n..
urertoievy it. ami thu. ompel u.tocarv a
load that we have hithetto thrown oif as
ettciia illiOo-ed UOoi; is. We do nut :m.
prehenJ any suc'n re-ult. The Auditor is
tequired to lew thet ixand to-.-ttie with the
collector, etc.: but he has no eattldy inter
est in its co, I, t inn . It is a matter of su
preme indifference to him whether it i- col
lected orthe collection of it i-di-f. :,ted. He
is n li. v. d of much labor, in fact, bv the
defeat of either toe l. ey Collection; ami
a neither the law requires nor his iutere.t
or inclination ugget. that he ro'.t the
temporary injuuc'.ii.n that may be u-.i
out. we ni ed riot ajpiebeiul any i-on,-iiti. n
from that quarter. Outddeof the taxpay
er, the bomilmlikr. are the only partie. i.i
inteo st. and if any resistance i. shown in
any (juaiter, it wiii ci'iiie by or thro::g!i j'ne
imnoiiopier. A rtaaf witn t'o
th"i ;ties need not be a"o:h:-:i :.
v de at;-
XKW Col N I V lpvl).
The new cotin'y r a l tiiini ig fi ..i t'e-
SotithetU end of tlie n, w biime. blli.t by
the city oer Cache river, along tiie
em bank of thrt stieatn. to a jw.i'i: ;Kar
the junction of tie- Cairo and Jom-sbo; ,
and (loose Island road, i nearly cutout.
Mr. S. M. Orr, who had the contract, for
the portion wet of the Illinois (Vutr.il rail
road has finished his work, and lie p -tiioa
east of Illinois Central railroad will be
done in a few days. The supeiiulcn lent
of the Illinois Centra! railroad company
promisted Mr. T. W. Halliday, chairman
ol the county board, to put in th
proache and eros.iny
the county road
railroad. When thi
w her '
is done, the
road will be
r-adv for travel.
Those who have examined the location' of
tills road say it is a tut - excellent nitural
route for a mail being along the high
southerly Vank of Cache river most of the
way, and after leaving the bank of that
stream it runs along a high ridge to the
point of intersection with the Cairo and
Jonesboro road. A topographical survey
of the bottom lands north of the city shows
that the hind along the southerly bank of
Cache river averages five feet higiiei nhsm
the other laud between that stream ami
Some of our country friends do not ap
pear to understand why this route to Cairo
is nearly as short as the old one down the
Mississippi river bank. They say that the
new road starts east when it leaves the "old
Jonesboro road aud Cairo is south from that
point." A refeience to the map of the
county show n that Cairo is nearly as far cast
from that point as south. A. line drawn
due south along the old "corduroy" road
would strike the Mississippi river above
Dickey's 'island, cross into Missouri and
strike the Mississippi river again a'bove
Thompson's landing on tho othei side of
the poiut of land wcsi'i l: Missouri oppo
site the upper pi:', of the city. TJ many it
will seem strange when wc say that a line
drawn from the junction of the roads aliove
mentioned direct to Cairo, woblrf run west
erly of the chounel of the Mississippi river
ut a poiut immediately al)Ove the city;
but audi is the fact.
Thus ituwill be seen that Cairo is merely
southeast from the junction of the roads
above named, and it i therefore quit- as
direct to start the new road in an easterly
direction as it would be to start in a south
The great advantages of the new route
arc that it is located on ground that is high
and naturally well drained, and that it
avoids entirely the cutting, shifting banks
of the Mississippi river, along which it
would be folly to attempt the building of a
permanent highway. The property within
the city of Cairo, under the present assess
ment of property, bears three-fourths of the
cost of building county roads, built w ith
county taxes, and it is hardly just to ask the
taxpayers of the city to build two high
water roads across the bottom lands norih
of the city, when one will answer all pur
kSc. "THE !! TO I:''."
Tllli HIisT i'Ainy ok Til K si;itll.s.
In pursuance of the programwij. the lirst
ball of tit- series to be given by the" to
15! club." came off in the St. Charles hotel
on Friday night lust, and the success was ns
flattering ami gratifying to the chub as the
occasion was enjoyable to the participants.
The member of the club, with incited
gur.t, began to arrive as early as half
past 7, and promptly, as the clock told off
the hour of M, the mu-ieiaiis .truck up the
Iraud M uch, and the assembled fompany
to the number of twenty-four couple,
man bed to the hall and to..; position for
the fir.-t quadrille. I; fore ! o'clock the
hall was comfortably fii'edwith the lead
ing people ot the city who sl,ae in such
means of recreation and pa-time--the at
tendance tle n numbering about om- Inm
dred and fifty ladies and gentlemen. From
that tint" torth. mirth and lnu-ic iiiled the
hour, and joy for n verity was tint unfilled.
To provide against such contingencies
a- hunger and thitst. mine host. Robert-on.
spread a mo.-t sensible ami .substantial
eollatii'in'of most excellent hot coffee, sail d
wit he-, cake ill vat iety. and lemon sleabit
-a provision that was mod acceptable in
du d. and one of which cverybdy partook,
And now. a. the clock of tin- city were
tolling off the hour of IV, the strains of
that grand old tune of "H ine wcct
Home" wa nt out upon the midnight air,
nnd the da.'io r. interpreting the signal
aright, cloaked and coated themselves, and
wended their way homeward not tiled,
i nfi eliicd or exhausted ; but a fresh and
buoyant, after tin-in four hour of rational
recreation, a they were when they entered '
the hail at the commencement. Well
plea-ed. even delighted with this. f. fp.-t
ball of liie series, on,, and nil ept, -sed the
determination tle.it no oolinaiy obstacle,
shall prevent tle-ir pnrticip dioii in number
I.vo. wliicu is fn. i tor tie- evening of
I n:- tie- ( .tiro Hull. ti i.
'.-t ;e-;i I V I.i If. O'f '." Ii S V.
nioiellta.. in llv U'u',i -, '...l I
K.or.-r t'mj tae t.-siji ro.
til t.l' Muni -4. lrtl-e: .-;, .,;
Ail III-dr-in in.v ''-on . -o i.e
'1 !l . s ,.;;!.- L'M.-t rer. ii, .
Vi e -a i'v. M--, wet .,!!', il'-'.i,
l.ov.-l; ilini-r- of re :et leie.
Kliiii.'a ia a ! tic aly Uj.sei.:
11 ;i. ea-.a.- t!ij iij'u:v it.o..
Ta'i'i. !i tile s..;i Aiiifls i.i ne-.l
AM til" i'.ii.-e.t iu llH' !.u;l,
Oi';e-r , t . i t ti. !s -,;).
Wle-r. r,.. --, :,: pivirlclie -I- -;-.
-':ir 1 1 u n In lae lo.e 1)1 le .e.,
Tleia. la !i:-.--:iti'! .-ni to :ne.
oh! Oiiei p-jre M-rl.enj wiii;,
Ever blonaiia in Oie !i;!ii :
One- I ore thee i;i my leiir.
W h.:n my ch"i-, were fresh tie! t-iir:
O'er my ,oi rl I wesr lliee vet-
Tliou, mi gli'ioiiiiianiaiei t
Thii I .- 'e fiy t i L. r ire.mi
Willi tne wln-ii I sil aad d'-enu
Somi'tiine- t'lr.ui.;'! a aiist ol i.-ai.
Seeini"liai. 't.'-sii,:,.. ye n s,
f.'d 'I li'iep oi'eieiii-i l.-s rle.
Wal.-hiie -ne won l:n:j'ai'i eyes;
Bill, ere mie sweei i- .ii-il i -; !v -1 1 .
All Hie pU--iinl ill-, am Is hm!,eii,
Ami I turn lereoaiair: r.-'t,
To lie1 liii.s.eai on ci..' hreast.
l.l.i.-eliil Miner to llj,.l "ii
li-iii-oii, xai'linu ii to Ilea , cti.
Ciimiiu: I'toni Uie unseen land
Tell tneof tbenpirit Imrid -Sale
.it their toils are dune.
Is tin-re nut a wearied one?
Will tlmy mrliei thei,- lyres onei-more.
W lien I re u li the ' .hlalii-.' .hm.-y"
Verlieiei vhiti-. Vi-rlii-lirt ,s flit.-,
illoriinite In the 'golden Unlit;
When nt bt I Mlnniher m( ,
Wilt llloil tli-re. ,vlMi teinli'i-i,v(
Ml thy IVesli leave o'er me wave,
lliop iliv while li-iiteson mysiave.
To Ihespot niv Iriends l.eunlle
Where I .sweetly -lerp tie, nblle?
Km; W .
Received daily at 3l Ohio Levee. Served
at nil hours, day and night. Families sup
plied Selects at ."0 cent, irrean, mediums
at .10 cents. A. V. DkHacn.
Now on draft aud by the barrel, the cel
ebrated Jarvis Cohdcn eider, for family use.
Strictly puic aud very choice. Try it. ,
New York Store.
Olio. O'II.mh lias just received a new
invoice of Foibes' Pads. No, t is 11 sure
cure for fevers, jaundice, ellills etc. Tin. 2
cures kidney diseases (,f n kinds, Price
oj'v c!f dollar.
Wc huvaj several thousand dollars in ac
counts due us in Cairo, and owing to ou
present circumstances if people will, in th
next few days, come forward and nav ul
fifty cents on tho dollar, we will give a rol
,AlPx 'uHj KoF.tti.rifBHOH
..10 TIBS BV KXPKKS.S.
Tins celebrated Cretimery Butter for Ha'lJ
ai .ew l ork store. By the tub 211 and iV
ly tlic pound 23 cents. Every pound guar
unreen tne ijeBt, or money refunded.
Small tubs, for family use. Best Butter iri
mv worl"- C. 0. Patibh 40o.
oi.dti.mk I'lticLsut the barber shop of
J. CiForgeMeiuhouse. on Eighth street, ueatj
Alexander County Bank. Good barbers;
easy cimirs, sliarp razors, clean towels, etc
Shave 10 cents, haircut 23 cents, 'shampoo
.. cents, nnd other work proportionally lew
Remember the place. .
A IX A 1)V K I'TISE M K.NT.S l tlila colnmo. of
IX tivelli,e.Ucli or Ii-ks will be publlsbM forvjj
.useroiui; i UIOIIIU. l.rl;a DJutttbs VOfll-
;ni hanse. $l.(Xi ,.r moiitb. l-ach ald-UoDal
line. r. a-ut.. MuntiouM wanted free
1IOI SK rOHSAI.i;
ti.tljii. i,rvj, sniind tiuiliers. en- t move.
i.u- km jii.-u. r.iKjinre at luu U-u.9t.k
MTl ATION WASTfli
' , S'e n tie in a ii ns tidier in VUi,Uc or prHala
se.i.H.I. ila a llr.trade e. rtill, :ite. nnd i iji:).
fled I., t,.a,i, in,, i.mm. l r. inli ami Oennan Un-
in ln 'e.i(tier.- cure ral II ,
n i , i ,
STOVICS KOIt SALE.
1 Hree lierttliiiraiovr aud one tar-,- c xiliinc ! ivn
M-li.iiannjto n. re.ideuie part ot TiimHclli.-di
M.oil.ii;.., are fornle. Apph ,M. (lf,.mjH
IIKAliql'AItTKRs 1'OK KINCAItl II KH i;()OI)'1
I.. Arrim. Ti.-L'e. Suooliiu.' l.ce.v., i
. IIKNI.KIisu.S's. fuwm.-rT-l.il - ,'. !
Her I efti tn . . .. ."
A M IST'S PltOljI'S.
line t.- tiinrviiiL'", lor !( ( .nnnot I,"
i'.-'m" !' "f t"''ln-h.-r f.,r t!i:.n Ji5.a0ej.-i,;
'-M l"r i0"' 'l'-""ne f.e:r?or
$ i" in. I.iiii)'n-at I a i. I!i 1 1 .Ti hinilerv
O'v M ii.aii.t pop l...-. r. f Heal ;.,.,it. u. ( lil0
""' '" " ".siil title lam no
pr-p,o d to f,iriii-1i al..ir:ii a- nt r.-.io,li!e rt!.
Office In Court ll.j-.s.-.
KOI! s a I.E.
I I- Wih.o.i, fmi In 1'nhi-ki rotn.it. cm th lnul:
"I tie-o,l river, and I mil. fto.-ii It. ( ttt-,n
-a. re. .,. a res i.nii, r e, e Or.Lardel avr i
l...ii r. 111. afr.Tiiert. l,,Mljf ,J()on. ,; .
i i-n-rn. At a ha:-gaiii. Aj.li c,rlv
M .1 Ifow i.l;, n (: AjeLf
VrPn liV,K I'lOi'-tHit C,,.
X XJ 1 r'f1 A-nt l..r the .aofkr
... , "peeln! tie,. KolLom
r.-.,-etil.e. I.,.dh n-il r.'piillv. We pi, M:,.y
or amoral eo!iimiioii on sale.. Krom 1' I) t ,
1 JDs mrnth i an he nude hv livern.-a Kar.-T 'it-,-.,
r .r n.iikoi? mtn Ailares.-THI I MrTf V A.N U
I Mil HIM. to , li'i Monri M . l.b:ilK,
Winter", hhiek.l onier Scrutli Street un l forie
meifJat a venae,
i. lie. ti. iiilurm l be ladie. nf i f.-,, j, .., .y
ta.it o lias on bsud ii,( reerivin uj'l, di- -'t
In.ai lie- ha.teia uti-.. ,. n r.-e a.-. rum , ' to
. oi 1. allies aail M. (.'.
TRIMMED AND I'NTRIMMED HATS.
lto.,rrj-.i!l ,,Rt cii:.r- r.r. to . ,j
e-r..'iii i or,, t. 4'iu-. in j; r.). mif.t a., i.
le.-a: ot '
AII UieUTl l.,'e.. lrir, . ,s !(,', ,,,).
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, Who dc un! b' til
f ir i-.
p.i 'n 'I'ln, i.s.ji. .
w a' w Ii ia a.
rj'UI- ( IT .NATIONAL AN4
C ':, i I- . 1 l'u m.s.
CAPITAL. 100.0 00
W. I'. IIM.r.lIMV. fres...v
11. I.. IIAI.MDA V, ire Pr-s .T
I H. SMtlrl. A-:;!JJ tisb'er.
r,,iTiVluit wf ni.;nur
hknmv it. nAi.i.rnr. n. n u ssin i u
m. 11 :1.I.IJ.).. (-.iVI,.s Baia, '
M ii. i , -, a i.
Excli Mi?!', Coin an 1 United klaf 3.1 U
B'JICl.'lT AND SOI.'J.
lieio.:i.rer?ive,I ml 1 j.-m-t' Mi.ni hM.j,.
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ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYI.KS,
Also Manufacturer of nuii Desler In
TIN, COPPER; & HHEET-lltON WAIUi.
I "Ai.t. KiNua ok tnn ohk bonb to enaur1.
NO. 27, rjl-lfTH NTRK1.T, '
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