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Til E DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNlNfl, JANUARY 23, 18S0.
ft MA IX ADVERTISKMRVT,
lAtl lllRfC (Hi RRWARIV
A rm I ha br.tha hind boof (-. ked, Mddl
as-aroa bak. .b front foot, wiimi ,ui ncan
IVom, nine days .v h va on l)i Min-rii
I, near Tenth ircei. I will pay doll re
ward f.h' tvtnrn tome, at ll.e Illinois . ''"rl
IaiP?r Oepot .u,n ii
Vm ll.nnarth (colored i i hereby notified tht
hid vlf, 4o.ephin llowarlh, to xbom he a mar.
riml la linn cilv, l daneeronaly 111 sort may he
foand at Jackaon, Totinc!.. near Ihe omrai i'c
pot -liuiif with Martrarel Andnraon.
AM, Al)VKRTlBMSNT la tr.i foluinn. ol
live linnaeacb or lim will be. ptili!icli- fore."
rau one Inwirllon ; a time. M cr.t; 1 week, 1:
1 uorith. 1 IW: .1 month without hti,e, !"". Pr
P.--h ,t4iii,,nil line, nrorata. MKiathin
Two St.irerooma on Sixth (drcel mmr l,evce For
I form lion, apply to r. ixokx h.
Sixth ireot and lviv.
" FOKSAI.K-SAFK 1
x- s.v at the Bnlletin sxflliv, new lw the fac.
(or, a N.x i.. Moaior, Hahmann.t Co sfc. that w
will el! at a bargain.
The auherv pro pert v on lloihroo'; ave. Ch
good tenant. V i . IIowi.kx . 1!. K. Agei,
Owsrh unit pun her of real elte in Cairo
houM he ure they have a s-ood till. I am now
prepared to furnish abstract at reaonahle rate
r M KASTK Kft A Y
Office in Court House.
An order (rood (or IOn. if applied on any ?tylc
tnl cl Mi'ndWvhon l'iano. Will bo mid low.
Apply at tht office
y H. MAREAN, M. I).,
Hoftioo'Mithie riiysioian anil Surgeon.
Jfflcn 11 o.. amereial aveniifl. Residence corner
'xdiieenlh Si. and Washington avenue. Cairo.
11 KM I SIN.
K. W. WHHLOCK,
rr.c.-No. YV, Commercial Avenue, hetween
Iigith and Mtnh Stre-u
U. W. C. JOCKLYN,
1 ) 1 N T 1ST.
OFFIfB-KlKhth Siroet, rieur Oommerrll Avenue.
NOTARY V BUI".
Nularj Public anil Conveyancer.
OFFIO K :-Wlth l&e 'ido' and i)iirpnan' Mil
(III Aid SiK'iely.
Q 1). WILLIAMSON,
TO Ohio levee,
lio;it Stoics and Groceries,
Of a',1 km.li.
Ori:. NHJIIT AND DAY.
Frei-h llniry and (iilt Eilje nutter. Oyter (nd all
klivlii ii 'mil when In ameori. on hand and deliv
ered promptly at rvKidencea fh-e. Oyati r dchvetvd
70 OHIO I.KVKK.
J0 din or diit hr meaiire beinu exposed to air.
Milk i)."!iv. red twii e a da.
SKAI.KI) IN PINT ROTTLKS.
Try It and iee tor your'lvea.
no PINT TICKKTS ON P. DOI.LMi!
Cah on deliver)' of tirketa,
ALL SORTS, S1ZF.S AND STYLES,
13 AV ID SON'S.
Alao ManuU. lurei of and Dealer in
TIN, COPPKKA- SHr.KT lKON WAHK.
IfAl.l KIM Of H'OIIK noN Til OIlliKlil
XV27, RKJHTH STIU'KT,
1 1. 1, V S T U A T V. ! .
"Sludvins Ihe anbjeet objivtlvly and from Ijie
tdiicationa) point ol view neekinu 'to provide tlinl
whl'-h, taken altouMln'r. will he ol Ihe aiorl aerire
to the Urgent tiiininrr I ionu airo eoio-liided thai
1 ronid have hut one woik for public lihrarv,
and ai'lwt a coinf.!ete act ot llarper'a Monthly." '
ti.l 1''km i MtMia. .Ir.
Jl eonlenta are contrtbiited hv the Mni-I enilnint
writer" and ailii ol Knrop,- Hnd America. hllc
the Ion myenenre ol it p'iblihi'i ha made
Ih.'in lloiroiiKhly onveriaiit vtib IIomIi ln- I the
Jinblic. hl' L lliey III "pare no c;on to niatllj .
Tlo' o'nnie ol the Vacaylna Win villi the
number for .lime and lieccmb.-r ol ca.-h "ar
Vk lien no tune i apentied. II will be limb TNtood
hat the tit'rlhir wUhejto bejm t rr
rnt .ul t
AltPKU SMAOXZlXK.One Xear
IIAKl KKri WKKKLY. " " ....I 4 01
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The THHKK aboe tmmcd pulilu aUona, One
Aj TWO above named, Ons Year 7 (W
B aRPRR'S YOl'NO I'KoFI.K, One Year t W
I'oatairr Free to alt sarilTS III the I'lilled
Mii.- ot Canada.
A Complete Sel el IUm-khV MimiiM, coin
lirlta: f.'J olurne. In neal r'.oib biintinu. ill bn
aent In ex pre. Irelubt at epeiie ol purchaser, on
rweipi ol $1 V per vilnini". Stnifl" volume, bv
nai',. iol paid, (a (1. lolb en, k, lot blndiiiit, lis
(nia, hv niail. poclTld
llemitune h"Uld h toa.l tiv Voal (llliep
Moi.ejr Ord r ot limn, to avoid i hance otln
N,.wplM are not enpy tlila lt'iliiinli(
Without th eprea orJer ul II am rtK IlKoriian.
JJraa IIAUI'tU A UUOTHMCi, NvH glk.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTK.RKO AT TftK I'OST WFICK IN CAIRO, It
I.INOIH, AS BK0ONIV0I.AM MATTKH.
OKriCIAl. PArKR OF ALRXANPKR COUNTY.
Only Miniinir Daily in Southern Illinois.
Camo, 111.. January Si, lKHfl.
Har. Ther. Ham Wind. Vtl Weather.
a m 4.T
T vN Tii
2pm , iMSI
Maximum Tempcrainn-. ; Minimum Tem
lieriture,. V?5 : KainfailOO Inch.
' W. IT. RAY",
Sere't Sifnal Corpa, I.'. S. A.
(3EXEUAL LOCAL ITEMS.
--Don't make that bet Waiter. Wc
don't nerd the money and the Aroiis can't
sflord to lose f 55.00 in those hard times.
The Arsm can take that belt. They
have fairly earned it and the wharf-boat is
hereby ordered to deliver it to them.
Superintendent of streets, Gorman,
yesterday reconstructed the crossing over
Commercial on Eighth street. Good.
-The nork bouse, to the regret of all
overs of spare ribs, has discontinued for
the time being, the killing and packing of
Mr.. Tas. II. English, who has lor the
last threw week Wen confined to his bed
by a severe attack of rheumatism, was yes
terd.iy able to be out on the street again.
We admire the bravery of a blubering
body who will shore a man between him
self and the object ho desires to attack, and
then strike over bis shoulder.
-The weather is turning cold again, but
every change only seems to add to the
popularity and increase, the sale of the
"Faultless" cigar. Sold by P. Korsmeyer.
Messrs. Watson and Wallbridge, the
gentlemen to whom Cairo is indebted for
the'present peitect directory of this city,
are now busily engaged in Paducah, get
ting up a directory for that city.
The Argus, in indefinite and obscure
terms, attempts to point out a subject for
the discussion of The lb i.i.ktin upon
which it itself is as still as ani nisein a
milk hi'iise. We can appreciate and ad
mire the bravery of the attempt.
Mound City, we were yesterday in
formed by a gentleman from that city, is j
now rapidly recovering from its late di-. i
astrous conflagration. New houses. j !
great number are "aid to be going up. j
-Souire Robinson, yesterday, united ii, J
the holy bonds of wedlock. Mr. Win. Alex-
ar.dcr and Miss H ittie King, alias Riack
Hat. May they live but we forget may
they die us sin a pmsjhlc, or do anything
else as respectable,
Mr. W. R. Pettis of the firm of Pettis
A Rird, left last night on the steamer
Champion for St. Louis. He went for the
purpose of purchasing a large stoi-W of
fancy and staple gneories, and will prob
ably return by next Monday.
Mr. Jack Lally is improving rapidly,
with the exeepti-vn of a deep wound in the
calf of one of hi- legs. His limbs are
ipiile sound, although he is unable to use
them as yet. Dr. Parker does not doubt
but that Jack will entirely recover.
- Mr. F. Neibour. one of the lei, ling
eiiix.i'tis of Don giil a and a laigo manufac
turing miller, was in the city yesterday an 1
favored Tu i" Rn.i.KTiN wiih n caM. lie ,
ports business in his section fair, although
interfered with, to some extent by the pre
vailing wet weal her and mud,
--Men were yesterday engaged in puMing
in nlace the largo panes of g!av fir the
front windows of Mr Dan Hartnian'siiew I
building. Th 1 ulass is si.iy-!ive inches
wide, one hundred and thirty inches long j
and three. eighth of an inch thick. These j
are the largest panes of ghs ever hum Jit i
to t Iii 4 city. I
- The uiiMght'y p issoiigor ili-p,.: (.f t
Illinois ('(Mitral railroad ha" been ornament
ed with a sign, inloruiing incredulous peo
ple that the building is t ie I. ('. K. K's
passenger depot, and that the ticket of
fice can be fou n. I within. This was found
necessary, we believe, since passengers
often mistook the St. Charles hotel f.ir the
depot, and the depot for the wood and coal
house of the a joining rclanrant.
-Tne letier heads which Dan lliceu-.es
in his correspondence, are chaiaclei'.'.iii- of
the man. O.i the left hand corner may be
seen a cut, which represents n clown urging
a prancing horse after n frightened skeleton. nfier day, with matter of a far men siibstan
The hor.se has one of his front led raised I t i 1 1 nrnl interesting chaiiu-ler than e h tve
in the air, inmiodi Holy over the head of ihe i done. N.dw ithstmiding the launph-uenm
i-kcieion ann in cie aci oi cimini! down upon i
it, while the skeleton, with opened jaw s and j
raised armed struggles for escape. On the i
right hand, In seltic letters, are the words, !
"Dan Rice's new departure, or a jump from
the ring to the r-istinm,"
The follow ing doctors are regisloivd at
the Planter's House; .1, H. N orris. M e
(ropolia; J. L, Gebhait, Me(roVilis; ,1. L.
Riinlly, s-hnwnei'lowii; W. H, Renlly, Ma
rion; S. H. Manly, Marion; A,G. Williams
and wife, Duigohi; S. W. Marshall, Spuria i
J. F. White, Mldir; W. Thompson, Effing
hum ; W. L. MeLane and wife, Dongoia;
Tho. Laiiianee. Mill Creek; S. L. Hollan I,
Cenlrali i; W, R. McKciwie, Cl,e,ter, uuof
Illinois, and J, S, (Jebhiirt, Hot Springs
Ark.; 'c. II, Hughes, St. Louis; Geo,,!.
Kiig'.'liniiii, Si. L iiis.
Who is not going to the party to night
at the St. Charles? All the young people
ii-em to be making preparations to attend,
and of course the forty old members of the
club will be present, together with a many
more of the "married folks" who arc not
members. This will be the best party of
the season and if mine host, lobinann, pro
rides refreshments for less than three hun
dred, he will be apt to get left.
A number of hogs dead hogs --are to
be seen judiciously scattered about our
principal streets apparently deserted by
relieves. Imtli male and female. Since Mr.
Wooten's pay for removing deceased ani
mals was stopped by the council, he has
become remarkably independent and posi
tively refuses to give a decent burial to
those unfortunates who die in the streets
and lay there in a state of helpless naked
ness. Our citizens who read this item will,
of course, interest themselves in the matter
and see to it that they are at once removed
from the streets.
Mr. Joe Uoneker, the proprietor of the
custom house saloon, the other night, after
closing some of the doors of bis saloon
and while in the act of counting the money
in the money drawer, was struck a severe
blow over the temple with a club by some
ruflian. The blow stunned him and he fell
to the floor where he lay unconscious for
aliout five minutes. When he recovered
his senses he found nothing missing. No
sight was obtained of the woald be robber.
The steam engine of the Arab fire com
pany is now in a better condition than it
ever has been, Mr. Chas. Fair, foreman ot
Reed's foundry, having of late given it an
entire overhauling. It now works with
more smoothness and force than ever be
fore, and the chief fault, viz: the keeping
up of steam, has been entirely remedied.
The tire aioormay now he kept open half an
hour at a time, without clbcting the steam
In short the engine is now a "darling." of
which the company justly feel proud.
Rev. Jacob Hradley is again in trouble.
Not on account ot the "cuttin' up" of any
of the sisters nor even the appropriating of
oon or hogs to Ids ue, which are the
property ot other men. No; this time it is
on account of having sold a team to )l a
Thistlewood. which he now claims is the
property of his wif. The reverend gen-
ii'-man was in court yesterday and with
tin! help of God and David L. Linegar,
gained his suit. Like Job, ot old, he is a
believer and an exceedingly patii-nt man,
and it is more than probable that the world-
'' foub.le with which he is continually
viv"''' "P"n him by the Lord, in
in order to strength him in his faith,
The Pope County Democrat (ho
following compliment to one ot our cm-
"Mr. L. J. Howard who has been
foreman in the Demivrat office ever since
our advent in newspaperdoni, left fur Cairo
on the steamer Pittsburg la-t Tuesday. Mr,
II. i a clever, companionable young gen
tleman, a rapid compositor and a first class
job printer. He received an offer of n lu
crative position in Thk Cairo Ri i.i.ttin
job rooms at a salary far in advance of our
ability to pay, and the IH'i i.KTix captured
him. In common with the Democrat Ins
many friends here sincerely regret his de
parture from Golconda."
After the numerous discussions of Mr.
K iison's Electric Light, it will be interest
ing to see exactly what claims for it Mr.
Edison himsi f is willing to endersc. A
p-'per is announced to appear in the Mid
winiri Siiibner by Mr. Edison' marhe-'
miiician and assistant, Mr. Francis R. I'p
t'Mi. which, besides die writer's intimate
cciuicction with the invention itself, hs
the t'liiiln r voucher of a letter from Mr.
F. li-on. certifying that it i "the first cor
rect and authoritative account." It is said
that the paper will contain much that has
not and will not elsewhere be published.
-The following is a iNt of names of
il-xtois stopping at the SI. Charles Hotel:
II V. Ferrell. Cll-lewiHe, Ills:; J. K .
Riinev, Salem. Ills; J. I. llerkebilo,
Mil'.studt. UN.; Geo. , Elkins. Chester.
III. ; Tho-. T. Rumbold, M. Louis. Mo.;
I ),. A B igcr. Lebanon, lb. ; I,. A. Merger,
Idaho City, I. T.; C. II, II igh -s, St. Louis;
Win. D'ckin-on, Si, Louis; !,. W. Carlton,
N-w liiinsid... Ills.; A. J. U. Wright,
o lin. Ills.; Wm. A. Gordon and wife,
Chester; John Hiown, repniier of the nso
ciition.St. Louis; W. F. ( liio-t" ad, ( harlc
stun, Mo.; YV, W. Hester, Anna.
- Nobody is more positively convinced
of our thorough unfitness for the pwltion
we have tilled since Mr. Ilancll's illness
than we nre outsell', and we are entirely
satisfied land no man need tell Us tie- con-ti-aiyi
that any man can fill this pare, ,inV
we toccive, vi know nils, we sn, nu, uro
heal tly tired of being daily nvoi w h hned
by the bursting of menial reservoirs nvcronr
devoted head; we are tired of liiei'iio- ,i
the nonsensical snphestry of those o, .vjSl-
men who daily nHcinpl to dictate in u ns
to what should or should not appear In
Thk Ibl.l.Ki'iN, mid fervenily prav 1 1 1 iht.
another Delilah, or the devil, ma -hear
these Simpson of their in eH,, in(
lock. Should any man, al'lcr being thus
fail ly wui nod, mteinpt (o dictate to m in
the future, we shall, for the sake of cm i,q'
nn-l those w ho may come after us, feel il our
laligious iluiy to shoot liitu on lhesp0
and slew him in his own titavv. Sel.ili
Wo are inforni"d thnt Ihe hone of
iweiy lire company In (his city me in n
w. nn mil and geiieiullf diliiphlate I coiidi
tion. If this is true, and we have no rea
son to doubt the verasity ot our informant,
the city council should no longer neglect
to furnish the companies with the nocossary
hose for which ihcy have so long and in
effectually begged. The engines of our
various companies are in tip-top condition
and the only thing they stand in need of,
in order that they may do effectual work nt
fires, is a sufficient amount of hose that can
be relied upon. Should a fire of any dimen
sions occur in this city while our compan
ies are thus unsupplied with the necessary
hose, the blame the council would receive
would not be very flattering to that body.
TO DAY'S PROGRAMME.
which wii.i, rot onsKKVBn nv thk mkdi-
CM, AS'XiCI ATION .
THIRD DAY MORNIXO SKSKION, 1) oY I.OCK.
Report of standing committees continued.
Diseas-s of Children -lr. W. D. Green,
?. F. Thompson.
Climatology Drs. J. MeLane, F. M. Ajr-
Ophthalmology Drs. M. W. Cienden
ning. AG. Williams, L. D. Purges.
Materia Medica-Drs. J. I.Hale, S. G.
Amett, A. R. Halli.lay.
Toxicology Drs. L. II. Spencer, L. M.
Necrology--Dr. A. R, Rcattie.
Discussion of papers.
AITKRXOON SKSSIOX, 2 O'CLOCK.
Election of officers and unl'misliod busi
ness. Address of retiring President, C. W.
Dunning. M. D. Cairo, Illinois.
Jno. Collins, a white, gentleman of leis
ure, who has just served a term in the city
jail, was yesterday brought before S.juirc
Oslsirn on a change of abusive language.
Mr. Collins made oath that he believed be
could not receive a fair and impartial trial
in Osborn's court, and hence was taken be
fore Squire Comings. Squire Comings sent
Collins up for the number of days specified
in the ordinance for abusive language.
Officer Hunker preferred the charge against
Mr. G. A. DeRaun was yesterday found
by the officers in a condition "tw full for
utterance," ami being at the same time like
the Ohio river at this point, viz : noisy and
dirty at the mouth, he was taken lief ire
Squire R ibinsou and afforded a chance to
deposit some of his chink as a salve to the
wounded dignity of Cairo. Rut Mr. IV
Raun disappointed tlie expectations of the
court in this regard -he was a man who
was above the carrying of "filthy lucre"
about his shapely and honorable person,
and the Squire crave hi e ten hours to kiss
his friends gooj-'.ye and make himself in
visible to our all-seeing police officers and
Cairo in general.
.las. William having forgotten that
'In the flow era Ci.t w .-. a:h the aparkilni; bowl
Fill adder. hi and poisonoin .rpeM roll."
did on yesterday, in (lie city of (o'r.
county of Alexander and state of Illinois,
dunk spiitous and vinous liquor, in
qualities mi yieur that he became drunk
as a fool an I blind as a bat. 'Squire Rob
inso:i fined him one and cos's.
las. Atkins- this isnlmo-t theright name
for abusing a colored lady wa brought
"before the white peop'e,' 'which inti rpreted.
means Suuire Robjn-ori. Five dollars and
cost, was the amount charged to James, and
l iing a man of means (tie city was made
that much richer by the piompt pavni"iit of j
WHY WE DIDN'T LE-ORGANI.E j
METHEL Loin E
W oU'ii lor itm i iiim Hulletin. t
Did I ('.'! tell ou how we went to ;
lieiiiei in nigainze a lodge oi uormy
Teinpiais'' No! Well we had some time
before Mined oar lodge of "liood Toin
pl.os" into a lodge of "Win thy T'lnplirs."
the onl) dlfl'-retl, e I), 'tween tile new told
old lodge beiijo the privilege the new cue
gave of liiiiikiiig sweet i-t'T. 'I'his, in a
U"i:;llb u aood composed of fruit growers,
was deemed lio small piixelogc.
One g'-nte'inaii who poured w ine at his
dinners from a great pitcher, n lively as '
ollicis do water, wished native wine in i
emded wilii cider, this, after liei.ij duly I
considered, was voted down and lie re- I
in lias outside the Society to this ( : i y . i
ll'tliel bad he ird of the change in our J
ilaine and law, and divided I hat their cider I
pi ,(.(.. should no longer be allowed to ill-!
nwn under her shod, but be ln-oii Jit out j
and burnished up by grinding and pressing ;
the juice from the jennetings and Rusm-N !
already ripening in the Autumn sun. I
..lull Allison, Ihe Worthy Grand came j
over and iiniled us to go out and reorgan-
ize them. Tlcir rcgtiinr nicii inu came on
Wednesday night in the full moon of Sep
tember, and a dozen of us iimbed into
Add. Keuner's spring wagon ju.st as (lie
lliooil peeped over the trees ill tile easl lllld
the sun sunk away below the western hills.
The boys were in splendid trim and tin' toil
over the four miles of hill nnd vaif-v w hich
lay between our village and the country
church called Meihel, a lirge frame build
ing situated on the top af a high bill, coin -inanding
a splendid view of Ihe open conn
fry, spieadlng out for many m'ls to the
west.dotbbl over with comfortable looking
farm houses nestling against old orchards
whose gnarled trees tell of more than one
generation of owners. A fine forest sur
rounds the building on three sides, coming
up so close lhat the roof is given with
mo loi lack of sunshine; jus across the
mad are the remain of (he first church ever
built in this neighborhood, the great hewed
logs gone to decay and fallen in a heap,
The people were already coining in from
nil directions, on flu! public roads in wag
ons, on horseback and on foot by the
paths winding through the timber.
After the usual business of (he lodge had
been disposed of, we went invited in, the
presiding officer intiuduced tm and an
nounced the object of our isil. Ashe
took his seat a little old woman, arose,
rolled her shitted calico sun bonnet between
her hands, and in the shrillest, sipiakiest
voice ever heard, asked permission to
speak lo the second officer, who by the way
was tho Worthy Grand's wife and as short
and fat. as he was long and slim, Her re
quest beuiff granted, she jerked herself
across the aisle and np to person and said :
"Sister Retsy Smith told mo yesterday that
you should have said my dattar Lizzy Ann
wasn't fit to be in the lodge, an' 1 want tor
know el you did say so." The answer
came clear and determined, "1 did say so,
and I say so now."
While the first woman, Mrs, Tate, was
speaking, a younger one, who proved to be
Lizzy Ann, walked up and w ith nn ominous
firmness about the mouth and a dangerous
glitter in her eyes fell into position at her
side. No sooner had Mrs. Allison given her
answer, than she fell to the floor, stricken
down by tl.e sincwey arm of Lizzy Ann. At
this the tall, wiry Allison started to his
wife's aid and Lizzy Ann's husband, the
squalliest, most Ixiw-'legged specimen i mag
insblc sprung to her side, which brought
the two men together. Silence reigned for
a moment, but only for a moment. The
late presiding officer snatched his wife up,
turned, and without moving a feature, w it fl
out any apparent motion except that of drop
ping his great brawny fist on the little
man's head, doubled him up senseless on
the dusty floor. This was the signal for a
general melee. The Tates and the Allisons
were old families, and (he company related
to each, in about equal propoitions, they
accordingly took sides. Little Tate was
dragged outside to find his breath, and this
took some of Iwth parties out info the
moonlight where the scrimmage continued.
Talk about rustic innocence and good na
ture I They screamed and scuffled like mud
- two of the men rolled under our horses'
feet, frightening them so that they broke
loose and ran for home. Fortunately one
of our party bad escaped from the house by
jumping from a window, and was able to
head them of by cutting ai ross a field, thus
saving us a long walk. The way those wo
men and girls pitched into each other w-as
astonishing. Th. y seemed to be bent on
paying off obi scores in some cases, and in
other slapped and pulled each
other's hair in the wildest manner,
seemingly without any motive. After much
pushing and manv dodges to avo; 1 the
blows I'atling around.) reached the on!s:do,
w liere I found one ot om men hohl-.ng two
girlsat arms length,- lecturing them on the
atrocity of fighting tin y, all the tone
smuggling to reach each other and making
threats of w hat they would do to each other
w hen at liberty. Ry this time some ot the
men had liegun to fire o!f their revolvers in
rather a promicon manner, and our party
h, ing now all outside, we started for home,
too much astonished for talking, except one
iv Mir soul who. time an-l agvm ejaculated.
"What a shame';."
The one picture which fixed its 'If in mv
inin I wa-the tall man atandingbolt r.prigl.t.
laying the liltle fViiow over w ith so much
1 need hardly tell you that P.ethel Lodge
w as not reofgaivzod. or that the rider nii'U
are lill under the bee .lied. Jvmif.
Till KOXV EvK.MVi. Jan. ','5'L l'5,iib
The w.-ather i turning col i fa Ti e
w ind i from the north t!,i evening, an 1
there is a for prospect of a s-uid froeze to.
night, followed by a saow stonn.
Musiness shows no change since o:;r last
r -view. S un.1 branch- s are riim and oilier
weak and unsettled.
The river is falling -lowly at till poin.
Ic.it is still noirk lac I'll! Freight are
plenty and rate tun hang d.
FLOPR The matk-t cortinius wosk
HAY -He have no, ',, o-ge to note in the
niaiket. ( of tin' lia selling is dam
aged and sells by the b ile ."id cent to $1 ..V)
( ORN -Receipt fail shoif of til'' do
mail'!, and nidci are ln-hi o-rfor w.mt of
OATS --We note a fi.llo-t f,-, ;-,;vg -uid a
MLAL Stca.lv and lino wi'li an upward
MR AN - Steady and linn.
RriTPR- Choice is in good d.-inand
and Ihe supply limited. Common i-plenty
and not wanted.
EGGS- Picnty and dad.
CHICKENS- -Scarce una in good dc
m (id at qU'.taiions.
A''PL1- The demand is light atci prices
P'TATH-;s Steady and tit it t n' quota
tions. S;lls :lli CiootMtiou-.
NOTK - Tu" l.H.-o here wi'-n mv l .r u !--."i
l',is hai.d In i-oiina lot An adva.ic i-c'i-1!
-.'...( lor broken lol m ti!1i:igord"r
! I' bill V.oioms
i-m V .
a a -
.a 'A i
I', ( III. Oil Ivloe t inoiy
csr I'lillie I I 111 ol I.
1 cat Cliolc-. Timotiiv
I i hi CIv-ici U.-iiic,;.
II ear too. I mixed
snl'O I 'oil, , per bd'-
I car le i I'op. iliunajj . . .
a . il.-.. vi M , in 'oil ,
2 cart, while In bulk
.( ear choice, nok.'il III bulk ..
V oar- en. do u inte in nck . . ..
T c.iv coo I iniX.-d In lni-k . ...
-.! fin oid liorv while. Ill bulk.
1 car nilxeii. in ark
V K AI,.
!.1 bill I'ltv
Mill bbl Coiimrv
cm it' ac..
l,a pic;. Soiidiern llllilol. Ilo'l
vanillin, t'holce Northern H ot
tvm lb, choice Norihern Hon
Hi pkir Choice Norihei-n Holl ... ,
son ll.s. Soillllciil llilnol
.'kill i. i-hole,' Novthcni pnelo'd. ...
t tub choice Novlheiti picked
.1 ( lb. Coiimrv (toll
I I tltittl I
5eonp ml verl
4 coops mured
Live, per doz H CiViisS N1
I)n(aed HO lba. bad order v
New Orleans, pei erate , J) "o
TOO bfcU '
H) bids. Sontliern 111, ibad order) ...
BO hbla. Choice New York
ivi bhie. 'ariuie .-.
Hlbbla btdly packed
WO akk p. h, per bii
Ml lMs. I h
Wi d Turk.!)-
1 Mif -.' (vi
Ilaem, ranvaed S C
DRY SALT MEATS
S r Side..
li.'.ms . .
St ,lo.n ....
... i '
I 1 1 1 li l(
Dl(IK.l) FKi IT
IVv he. l;'ve ane qiian,
("hot,-.- r.avy . . , . , .
( H KKs K
1 n. ....
i s' f. i.r-.-fi .
1 e.v 4 r
4 '!!. .
(toed .ct . ..
V.-I d w rarp-r
B-itht W iapp.-r
M.',inm I.' at. . ..
. . .. s (l.f i .1
.... 7 iv,i ,i
. . . 1. i "a,M .1
. . . . 7 ? o .
IUTKS OK FKRIOHT.
Nr(iMs !mir t-
Msirnt od W ax- r,,oir . . I'
I I'onnd I'reifc-li. , . ,
j Wa-- fis-lghl bii' M.-mph:. 'W1, r.-t.t. p.-.
. hundred; 4 '-rt wf bhi
I "si -',
I V.asn R. - Kl"i:a M
.rau:. etc :
j 'v '"''
j 'Is AM. Pl.H OtT" i H oiili',oii
j i oinpoiint. Il" jou feel so. oct a package
I of K i.ini v-YA oit and take it and yon wji
at i'llce fee; its tonic power. It n P.i-w tie
j ho,., thy acMon of the Mdne, Isnvils Hlei
I iivei. and tlio r.-'t- r.'s ti e nstnra! life htvi
j stii-r,eth to the weary body, (b t a Kx at. i
j Use it ; onC'
i HOW WILL THIS Do;
I five lb Note H'-lds a low a f per 1,0oo.
Ten lb Letter lb a-i a i.-w a fit To p-1
I Imperial Mill lb-a-l as low a f ? p.-t
; Mi. is Ladmu a low as f:i M per i.ooo.
j Envelop an I printing f2 0 to f:,' i
j ;.. , 1.000.
i At Til K Mi l 1 l- TIN job (lice.
a a is.' .
Not:, e i" le-p-1 i ul,,. t o rat 1 l'l 1' a' the fo",oe
0,1 i.aei.'d p ace. al the time h.o,o
lilted tot th- p.irpo-e ol coll, Tibia th.
h'.-i,o, .e ot M.-xander County. ill'iioi-
I'oi il-,,- lour !;. A at'd ail .,roi-.
.,,ll,Lr (o ,. tile pens M ill Oil- per CCIil '
fix I0 il will ink e n.l' aiitHt"- of the coliei-tor' 1 1 .
a. u ee -n--l l-elmv. and pay their taxc In their o i
Vi ioi hoii.e ot Onrhiim A Caulle In t " -
o! l-.l.o. In Hiclettooi! pi,-. , let, on Wc-O, . I-.l-ii
nail -M-t Il la
A. ti),- .lore hoc. f l -lo i Hun..-' in i ".. .
,- s, n,n,.l,v. H)S,ui,Im- X pre. il,. I. .11 Till"".'-!'.
,1 ne. i, i !Jinl. . I 1 so '
i lio,;.,- .1 II. V CnrOs. In towvol Hod---
1'i-rk.li. I nil' pr-iiiiel, en I'li-lni, ,ta'".in -.'.ot.
A 1' 15'
l Hi'iv ho'lse Of llo.C'e A Vaititi. at !e. .
ll ii'.-i- ooion. Ill I'. i" h 4'idire pfi.lr. l. iti Sa'ei
.1 o , ,t ,10,'I'X tflth. I' is." '
At .on-- In. n. .,f , l -'mci'on. In Iokp
I ,-i i (oi o.. -in, in Ka-I I up" l.liHt'b -.n
pr-i an t en Mom! o . .1'ii-n in .".b. . II 1
- -.i-o-e In. n. ..of l-.'.enl, x A Co.. in town '
I l.-'.l ' re k. 111 I le-ir I re. k 1 rec,.-t. Oil 'I il- I o
.'invov ' tb. II lsi
t "1, lion.eof II i-' U-.".xii A: Pro , In to.in o:
T ,eh-. la Tnehei 1 1-.-, in. t, on W cdn.-si on . .1 an
nan -Mil. l Isso
M tor. hoii-eof A II Ire'-cel In toxn el Santa
I'.-, In S i nl n l-'e prec'r,.!, en Tl)inil'ii . .Iiitiiiai
; 'th. A. 1'. l'sso.
l .lore lioiisn of .Is II Mniiiiay, In town o'
i oininer.'iii, Point, in iO-o-e 1,hiuI jm-i cln. I, on
Kcdm . il.aiinin ilotti. A IV lss.1.
XI Ihe r.'"l.l. ill I' Of N l. lio'lt 1 1 1111111 lil'V. til . le
Mi 1. 1 oa r pre, net, on SiOitrdio . ' iiniiarv tut. A I
Ai to-e ol I'ei. r Snap, In l'li-m Cairo pr. cln. t. or
Moad o . I-'-Om unrx e,n. II issii
All! 'lire III M .1. tl.lWl. I. tl-lll Ol.lte IlifC ,
Sei olid ( ilro piecllli I, ( II 'l i'e.iblV, l- . l'llllll l :-.l .
Ai io-e hone of I'm 1 1 V I'll eernM. oil eoti.er .0
I Ith ti t iititl i'oiiiii.-relal Aveinte. In 'I bird ( !,.
pi'c. liici. on W cilin .lni , I', bruin v 4th. Il isii
At tore houm. of l-'.tiie! II I'etlt, In I'itlh i niro
prei'lnct, on Thursday. I'.-btainrx 'in, A II sso.
At th in t-t hniisc.'ln 1-onrili I'nlroprci'lncl, I'lmii
the ill II toi.'nili il'ii ol rehrnarv, A ). issn.
Shci-'ft and ( ollector of Alexander Co , 111
lbit.'d thin, l airo. IU . .Ian, i, isse. il
Sci.;Mirs my imi ri it about the ialhnl
ogy of rheniniitism.its origin and whether il
be hereditary, but irrefragable testimony
provisihat when a tendency (o it develop',
itself, llostettcr's Stomtii h' Milter is a re
liable menus of subduing that tendency.
Some of (he proscribed remedies for (lie
disease nre decidedly objeclioliahle from
Ihe danger attending their use, others arc
utterly incllecinal, the best, safest check is
the Hitters. This vety obstinate malady,
the tnoriM'fi'ectnally to overcome i(, one
knows what terrible, whai ceaseless pain II
can inflict. Why then, should this nlro
ciiiiH, often fatal coiiiplnint be allowed to
p;ain lietnlwtiy through Indifference to it
earliest symptoms, when n safe, long tested
and strongly recommended medicine pre
sentsltsult. In Addition to suggesting this
a means of relief it seems not inappropriate
to cuutiou the rbeutnatlc against expuBiirc.