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THE DAILY CA'AIO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY i)t 1880.
AM. AllYntTHIiYKMH In Hit- r.diitini "i
tw llin'rali nrli'MWlll h pidnMn'il lor ;.i
taal oin liiMirtuiii ; S tlnicn. M i'i'iil; 1 n,'..k, I i
I mnnlti, IM; montha without I'liu'iip . fc I ' l"'r
to out h. Kaoti ad.illlnnal Hue, protHiu. ,s;Iiiii:Iiik
" KOK KENT.
Two More rooma on Hlitli rdr.-.d iivur l.fvpo. Kor
nfornialioii. apply to I''. KmiioiKVKii.
HlxlU Mreet ntut Lrvi'ti.
KOU 8 AI.K-8 A KB I
'.. ! v i th tlullotln nfllce. new from thit far
tory, i No.tj. Moidi.r, Balinianu A Co. aft lliiti we
win K'tll i a UirgML.
Dwelling oct fonr lota-wry d.-lmhlu property-
D aiHtlKi'SHl t'oriii'r in in'n ami irm iruii ......
M. .1. liowi.r.i, ituni r.siaie
Ownkum and nnrchiiNiTH of real etat In Cairo
ahould ho mri' llii'jr havp it good tlilu. I m now
prepared lit liirnHli ai.atrat'ii' ni y' j.-p y '
OlIU'O In Coi' l lluum.
An ordur eood lr Jim. If apiU"'l ,,ii any i-lyl'
arelcla-a Mi'iidh-KHliiiu I'ianti. Will ui! ol ! low
.Apply at tllll Otli.'l'.
1 It ' K KS J ON A L C A !l IrS-- P I n' -1 (' I A N .
r II. MARFAN, M. 1.,
II;nn'OMttthic I'b j su'ian and Surgeon.
Jfllro 14'l (.. imrrclril amine. Healtiiwce corner
J-.itrt.'tith .M. and Waidiiutfton avt'unt, I alro
R. K. W. WIIITLOCK,
(fuck No. law I oiiiuicrvial Avenue. Iielwc'ii
Sightti and Moth Mri'i-u
it. w. c. jocllyn.
1) II XT I ST.
OPKK'E-iii'Kbt)! Pin-el. tear Commercial Afeuue.
Notary Public mid Conveyancer.
OKKICK: With tin- Widows' and furpumn' Mu
tual Aid Sori.-tt.
Q I). WILLIAMSON,
7t Oliio Levee.
Ufa. it in
Bu;it Stores and (inxriios,
of ail kiwU.
OI'KN NKIIIT A-NI D-VV.
Fn'ft: IVtirv niid(i!!l Kdu'i' il'lOer. Oy?.'rn nul nil
Luds '.I' l wln'ii in m'J'ipii. on iinnd nud drliv-tsn-d
j.rora ;.:'.v at rvidcuct-i' frt'. . r. d.'liMTrJ
TO OHIO I.KVKK.
No d ri or i! ii -1 lt tifaKiircn hcin,' cxpo'd to av
lliik iio In i roil Iwli-c a .iu.f .
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try It and mi- lot yourn-ivcf .
'.',:) PINT Tl( KFH'S ONK !).).I.A!;:
Cah on deliv.-rv of lir!.i;lH.
ALL SOilTS. SlZI'S AND Sl YLKS.
AlHO Milll. II r'i- 01 Illal "MllllT ill
tin. coi'i'KUi: snr.i'rr-iiiuN w.!;i:.
C"AU KISIW .'Oli )!: Il'i.s R in 'II' 'II
SO. 2:, KJCl'I'!! Tl!i:KT,
f'AIIJO, : H.l.lMHs
I- lii ivm li i'a ill .'i 1 I wi'l '' at I ii,' foU'irt 1
ln luiiiu'd ai- -, .11 Iii ' l'",i,' ocaiw
ali.l.il lor t)l' thll-in.e ni laillei-lilcf n
if,-.n," ill' i.'x;ii,e,'i' i'o;iiI, liliiiol",
for tr.,' vi"ii 1-;M. : 1,111 :i!l ih'i.oi,
waniiin; i i ".o t 'i' p.-nau 1 ol one pn 1 ,'iit tu r I
nioiiln ill iiii... i,ii ai;l of tli 1',',-toi '-i i-a-. j
mk !in,i-,1, ,1 hi.'.,M . and ,'ij opal- c.vs in ti ir o,m
I'':1" '' . . !
.11 iri' iiiri-., 01 leir'eini ,v 1 uiihie ill limn
: Clio, ia ll'ii.'iiood pi, via
on W I'lliii'sdav,
l miliary -.'M. II. I 0.
At Hi,' -.me lioiis,.,,,- ai-y Ib.iiMj' l,",- In Pen.
it saii.'.iisl.v. ni San. a-iv i-f.-lii.-l, 011 I .iic-ilav.
, lain. an 'i.'i.il. A. ii. s.i
At sior,' In im-v 1, 1' I',. i'' , curl i. In ton n nf II ,;o 'i
J'ark. in ITCiy (ivi'i iiet . on I'i',, lie. ,l:iiiiiaiv -rinl
A. 0 is-"
At Hon. Ii, ,;.' nl ll,:'. . .; M i'iiii. ut e, ,, , 1,
lll'e ! itillh. tU II Il li:,t.,f pri-iil'M, oil Sllllll--
Int. J.niiiiin '.'Ith, A. I). ls.S'1,
At 1.10 1,, lio'is,' 01' II, . KdiniT-iiii. in inn 11 ,,-T.a.-t
1 'ii (.liaii'i an. in lin-t I ii,,- l.ir:r,! -io
jire, ti,'t. on Moo ilnv. .1 , up. in -.s;!i, A, Il jsa.
A' Mop' tin i- ol I'.li i.ll ,y 10., ni lo in of
i'WaT 1 a, ,'.,, in rl.'.ir t t,-i'k op nv t. on Ti,.M,i.,; ,
.'aiitis'i t'.'h. A. II. IKs 1. . ' I
At ,,!'- Iion-i. ,, II r.ro'AtiA Hoi , I n 1 a ,,f I
I'lpd.". Ill Ttie'..- pr, I. oil , ,l'.'l,i,. ,,i
nan tli, A. Il is). i
M lieii.i'ol' A II to. 'ia. in 1 )W .;.,, ,
. in Mill I. i,V''l,'l. 111. TMirril-o. .Iiiiiiii,,,
-'.'', A. n .iv,, , 'illniill , II ndln..! ,:'k'.on,,Mf,'i,..!,. .!,
Al ,',UC ll.KJMM nf,!:,., I Villi lllV III (,Wll l,f
t aiiioi. .,,.;i: 'o, at. In (. U.nn,, j .r. i, . t son. ?.! .is-iit", Molil'ie, Pcirv. Pop ', Pili.e-'.ii,
i'rnl iv. .loo :,iv II 0i A 1 1. !"si. ,, , . ' 1
At He r.-i in-, ol' Si. in. II ii'.,:. I ,,,, ai I.,.' ,. K'Cl lolph. Saline. I liion. ab a II, Wlt-.ll-'Milbj
I, ," , an, i, on s iiiii !,n . -1 ami :i i . .. i , i . , ,, liv oi .
iug, ., ayii", i oil" an I W illiain in.
Al ,1 .1 ,. I',-' i-'Jnaii. I,: Kirl c.iio ;,iv, M1. i ., , , ...
Mot'.-,,. I ornui,-A it, issi I - Pur s"vi'.il day this w.-i; Mrcel Sil-
At II, eai I M . .1. Ilmili'l. ,'iil l,.l
r"'',o,i I 1 nun pi,,, iin't. on I -1 1 iv. 1'iiiiiiin aril
'.'; , , ,,, ,. ,"h a loree ill men. opening thr sewer
U i.toi'd iioi.-e ol I'alili :i V ItZii.Til'l. on r,,i ,,.-r ,i I 1 -
lltli ftivi nnd Ci iiiipTi litl An'ime. lu'l tilnl 'r.lcu I which Villi ao( Washington avelllll! illld
jr,'i-ni, i, on Vi'ini',l, v, l','!iriint itli, li hyo. . ,
A i -toil: Iphi,i .,1 k-i,.,-i ii. I'. iii, in i nil, ,',nio ' exti'i. is mm Kleveiitii to I welllh street.
)ir,..'i,,'i mi 'I iiiitH'Inv. !'' liru'ii'v lli.A.li ,s'i , 'pi.p ...u , . .,
At: "t i,ii...,i i-'oiinii (',iir..t,r'.-i',.'i. fen 1 ' 'l'l"tt job since the sewer runs
it,,,.,!,, ... .". .hya of i"yjAN j;,;:;;;.., ' uu.lcr:l." si.lewalk about three feet under
. s "'ii' "il o'i.i'ior ..( Mi-xh'ii!' ri o , lo-
la. ii on-. eo,. i ,i " n. in. isso i
A liUVI'S VV.WTHi. V,":in! a i-,e',,l,l :;.,(
,;,a'., ;y xrz r'
kill v.'? eo (e.oitro 1'0'Mi w co'i.i ,,,'ui ki .. .,.,.,
can n.aki' lifir to i nn Inirn'r 'I da'laia ntr inoi.tli,
M'lrli a lll'l" wort' nl lemo;. I' ,r fartleT tmiU. nlnr.
d.ir, HIt"HM I II, 1HI ClmiuV ra HI , N,,
Vutk CI )'. 0 Hal,?,.
Tin: DAILY BULLETIN.
I'M I UIJI) AT TIIK I'OST Dl'TICK IN CAIltO, lie
J.INDIS AS Sia'lNlM.XA."! MATTIUU
OH-ICIAI. J'ArKUdl' AUKXANDKIt COI'NTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
SlONAI OfWI. I
Cairo, III.. J miliary ! I", (
I! II III ISMIK
7 ' vflltW
Sp ill , W.M
TliiT. Hum. Wind. Vil WeiilhiT,
'Maximum 'lVmpcniliiru. rS5 ; Minimum Tutu
iuT.unrv.4v!; Rainfall K) Inch.
Si-ra't Signal Curim, L. S. A.
(JEXKUAL LOCAL ITEMS.
See notice of nnsnm-nule ciHtiimis ut
Mrs. S. Williamson 's.
Sor'nitiitlil State Journal : "Col. S. S.
Taylor, of St. Louis, is at tlio Lclmui."
Mr. W. Lutrcll is still with Hurler
Dros. and lius not, as stated in yestcrdnyV
issue, lott thoir cmjiloy.
The Illinois I'ivss Association will hold
its next tnoftiiif,' in Chicago, tin; third
Thursday and Friday of next February.
St. Louis has two sensations a man
who don't want to hold olliec any longer,
and one who received an aopoiutin-nt with
out uskinir for it.
-The old frame building whu'h, many
years a;jo, was used as tht-"city lull" is
now occupied by the blacksmith sliop of
Tc.-sier iV Son, m Commercial.
The "oldest inhabitant" says that the
month of January in Southern Illi
nois, was warm 11s April, having but two
Mr. ft. V. Hanim, special aii'iit of l!io
Chicago .lournal, urrivod in the city yester
day. He has ac(iiaintainc.es here and
will proliably remain a few days.
Take your sisters and your cousins and
your aunts, and ;ll the balance of your
family to supper at the UelVirm Club Hall
to-nitrht. l'rice 2 cents. Cheaper than
st.-.yin i at home.
-The "beautil'iil snow" lieud lias not
tnaile his appearance this winter. The
weather has he'n such as even to impress
tlie ali.-ui.lity of the tiiiiivfU)o!i even ills in
tellect, ihit wlio know what the Sun 111 ,y
briii.T fni tli some day?
Owins,' to the ailvance in white paper!
we will. eoinmeiiciiiT with the liist of Feb- i
niaiy, im iease the price of Tin; Dl'i.i.ktiv
to news dealers, train boys and steambojt
porters to three cents per copy.
Tobacco is beginning to move, in fact,
tobacco made up into the "Faultless" tve
cent ciit irhas been wonderfully lively in 'ts
movements lately. Sold, wholesale and re
tail, by F. Korsmyer, Ohio L 'Vee, corner
The Illinois Oniral road conlemphil s
buil liiiL', somewhere ahmy the central por
tion of its main line, a 11 mil hi-r of shop.-., in
which sunn' live bin lieil or more men will
tind Coli?!:mt employ mint.
The iaoies of the W.C. T I.', will L'ive
a .-upper at the U-iorin Club Hall, Thuis-
day evening. January '!it!i. Supper will !
be served at II o'clock.
'(', So cents.
Ice cream cxii j.
L"vi.- Poor, the littl,' son of Capt.
(ieo. poor, of Dongola. is iii the city visit
iug his iieqiiaiutaiic.es. Many of our read
ers will remember ('apt. Poor a- a former
resident of Cairo, who wa- connected with
tin Illinois ( ui i ll r.iilroad.
Col. Robert (. lnger-oll threatened to
pr iseeute the RoeheU r n-W-papcis if they
puoiisheil his leeiure entire. lie limited
th" -pace to be filled to a Column and a
half, into which one paper succeeded 111
gcti'iii'.! almost the whole lecture by using
Sparta Plaiiidealer:- "Our M. D's wre
highly ph"is.il with the enter! liiiuciit re
ceived from their brethren at C1I10, while
III a'.trSI'l lil-v a 111" se-sioli of (lie Southern
.Medical A-socintiua, in that city
Tliev repolt the ses.-iti'i a v a v
pp dllai ie one."
- - A siiinmarv of th" crimes - nt 1 1 11 i 1 1 I in
ft.; .1....:.' ..... 1 : .1
1 iowil;,, i i i 1 1 1 nn; nisi si-ii-ii 1 1 si.v 11 us
rhon s that there have I
whicll h ive resulted ill death; light W,';,:h I
l ive not vet Icrnimiile,! I ila v. I, , I is hieo 1 .
tire likely to do so, and miscellaneous s' ib-
! biiigs, puucliitp.'-, mid gotigiii'.:
oil- to nieiitioii. I
We yes'o rday informed our r-.tders
inai nr. i . n. iirovvu, 01 .,i,,;rop i:i-. leei
received III" :iipointiuetit of Stlpen;-' v of
Cen-us, for the l.i'.dltll district.
. 1 1 .1 f 11
Is coi,,,o ed 01 th" folloW lli
., , '.,.,.,,U !.'r,,a".
A ' "11,1, I.I...H IS, I .i,,..
count i. ; :
a, (!;!::. tin,
IIIM- 1 , 11 I.iO'ii,',., U,i.: ,,,,,, I
' ""'0 I I'i'lS' ' i
1 III" grtiniii). Ii hiilcaveilin hetntpj.
: lhe loph.g ,;f ;!. ,,, ,,,.n!,s, Mr, c(..rm-i!i
! ' 1 :4' ' ' '" "b-1 tlctions elll iVe, alld lhe
i """ W!,,"r " .n.-.., ..r.-i .,t , r,p-,d
Circuit Coii't convenes on the seeon I
j M in I iy m Feluuary. The dock 't al this
terni is uiiusual'y lare, inc.e not less than
thiity criminals lire now conliuud in tic.!
jail who will have 11 hearing. Wo believe
that only once previous lias the docket been
larger than it now is, nnd that was in '71
when the jail contained forty criminals.
There is somethinT very remarkable about
the fellows who find their way into the
county jail they invariably "pan out'' to
be the most ranlinir kind of radical Re
The. Sun grows witty and when it
grows witty, it grows mysterious, and asks
questions uudi;r its breath. Yesterday it
asked nbout n "story of a committee of 'live'
waiting on Tun Hri.i.KTiN," but does not
say whether it wasa committee composed of
ladies or gentlemen, or ladies and gentle
men, white or colored, temperate or intem
perate. I'p to this writing we have not
heard the story, and unless the Sun lei- a
little more light on it, we will be unable to
answer whether a committee called upon
us or not; and if so, why so,
We learn from an exchange that a pret
ty and easily-grown window plant may be
obtained in the following manner: Soak a
round piece of coarse sponge in warm water
until it is thoroughly expanded. After
squeezing it about half dry, place in the
openings millet, red clover ami barley arass
seeds, rice, and oats. Hang the sponge 111 a
window where the sun shines part of the
day, and sprinkle it lightly with water
every morning for n week. Soon tender
leaves will shoot out, and, growing rapidly,
will form a drooping mass of living green.
I;' regularly sprinkl.'d it wiil later bed t e I
with the blossoms of the clover.
The improvement of the Mississippi
river has for some time past held a fore
ground place among the projected improve
ments that are on the tapis of the country.
The people of Cairo, and in fact the entire
Mississippi valley strongly favor that a gen
eral plan tor the improvement ot the Father
of Waters be adopted and that at i n eariv
iy. a Mrmiii.iiiie engineer corps is now
enu iged in parties 0:1 deferent branches of
a thorough survey of the river, and wei er
tainly.hope to see this great waterway put
into the best possible navigable (irdr
through all the efforts that are being made
i:i that direction.
The mud is drving up and scores ol
farmer' t 'ain. drawing wasons heavy laden
w "i! grains, pork, etc.. wiil soon again find
their way into this city. The prices now
realized for taini product as computed
with that of a ye.'.r ago an deeid" I'y fivor
ab to the farmer, .train being fully nne
tliiid. hay fully one-half, butter fully one
third, potatoes ditto, und polk at lea.-t t.vo
li.'ths hiirher, and tin faces of th" jully
hea 1 1 by grangers are fairly radient with
smiles as they -eienely contemplate their
proiitabie experience and their hopeful
prospect in the future.
The telephone test 111 ide llie other d .y
bet'veen Omaha and St. Louis, a distance ( f
4lii miles, wa completely successful. A
coiiver.-ation was carrel on plainly; "mvci t
Ti. I ,,.,.. . L. r 1
i.ve ano i0e, Ming in m. i,ouis, in a clear
baritone, every note was distinctly heard in ,
Omaha. Then it was repeated there for tie' j
benefit of St. Louis. Several leading V-
gi;i,h oT.eials were p.vs,.;lt :,t each en I of j
the line, and wer d-eply interested in tie-
test. In St. Louis they ucd tin
five j ir-1
wrli Callaud on transmitter, and in Omaha v.,i thousands mu-t perish. I."t retiel coin
two jars. It is believe! to be the greatest . f,,...,,, ; ..jty and town in
distance successfully op-rate i by telephone. I .j,.. Dominion, and all .-u .-criprious ... f,,r
I neither place will be found a com- j warded in, mediately to the nv.it of the
I tnunic.ation coinpliiueutary to us, which is 1 ,.,,, ;,;,, ,,.;,., f,,,,.i, lu;i,1;t b,,,;,,
but iinother one of quite u number lately : .Moe're-d."
j received. Tip-' compliments cone to us, -Aboii one hundred negro-s. from va
j as an .agreeable s:rpri, sir.ee what we did , rmt .uth. arrived in this ci'y four
. in the w..y of r.-l'orm. was done because we j ,ivi. ,,ys .,,,, ))(Ui:j f,,r jjipid City.
I '!""'-''t our duty, and whde we ex,, e'ed 1!Sii ,i 'S:M v.-i- 1,,-re 01, account of some
i t!l' approval of m ..,t of 'H;-j lui.-u 1 ler-tamliM.i wi;h a gendemen of tint
' '00 li'H l-. i,-.;i pi IU' ill l-
1 with coliiiiliiiien'.s of tlii charac- i
ter. We know it to be impossible lo en- i
wrong from witliin our !
;:ni-t. bur vvii
t. but wh'-n that wrong, in any :
lliallili"-, elf.eti th' W
eou'.mimily at large, we shad deem it a
plea-nre to do ail within our power to cor
i',". t it, regardle-s of the --r of th,.' guil
ty and tlcir defender-.
( 1 ss;p-. Lord '. Lord I v, hat a de
li.Jitf d sivmoii they have had lor a w ,'!;.
They haw change-1 the good old saying,
"i.'t Iio uuiitv oiie escape," und Dow
l,iil it, ,10, 1 but
lave it: "l.ei no ninicelit one ".cnn . A
inuo 'ciii talk about no one m partieii- I
, tar. 1
bad gossip, as a general thin
but i- bad enough. Much of the recent
go-sip sown broad" '.-1, is disgraeefiil und
iib!,. ..us, and will, in all probability, end in
a harvest for lawyer-. In that c:,s', -,,ine-
a isi: il. will be in i,!e
an t'Mimplij I
Pie lien. 'j! of h
.-"i uracil ni'iicier siiouiii
i' 1 by a ibile llghl inn",, an
W i's -T'ili.'S - -iiiu- lled'.'.
alarm of lire was sound. .
ni;;!,l at aboul half-past s:.X o'clock I
o the di.-covery of a blaze issuing IV
I'n.' of Mr. Frank (lazola's house ,
c iricr of Ci-'hlh street und ( )l,lo
ll 'I'll I Im'I iVl'I'I'tl It 111! Ill riOPP, IV:,
,. , , . , . 1
ill-eovereil nad 111 tiiilil'' Wav iv.ujIi
ed one of the second s'.ocy rooms
ual s;'t 1
the frame wo,!; iihlno. 'Flu ,oird"f. han- I
pen.'d lo lie at the supper table and i.hcti
the al.;rni w is given rushed to as. jst in c
lin Tii-'ii'ig it. which was doii" v.ith Iniek-
I ! el--, and Ii iii.si'utl of water before lap e.'ednes
Ve,,ehcd lhe .-cetic, 'I'he Arabs g ive the
iirsl al'ii'in, but lifter giving a few taps the
b'll rope broke. Tha .vevcral lire LoR
ropes in the city should be examined r.,m
time (,o time so lh it uny defect may be ,7 ;
covered und rune lied in du.' tituc,
It was at the St. Charles hotel that we
met Hev. Shored, est ray and roaming
at large, unattended. Knowing everything
we, of course, knew that the reverend gen
tleman had no business in that portion of
Hod's town and asked him Hit! cause of his
being there. Sure enough! he was lost and
lookingnot for the nigger in the wood-pile--but
lor a snnplo wood pile, minus the
nigger, which he had been informed could
be found upon the levee. He was in search
of a pile of kindling wood which is piled
up on the levee below the stone dejot, and
we at once set him aright upon the proper
track rejoicing. Since the wood is done up
into portable bundles, we deem it but jus
tice to the gentleman to remark that he is
not one of the Dradley stripe and that it
w.t In fore sun down that we met him.
A number of young blackguard of
the meanest and most contemptible suit are
in the habit of congregating at Tim ln.
I.I'.tix building, at the postoflice and at
street corners generally, where they stand
for hours together whenever our public
schools are dismissed, indulging in the
most obscene and profane language, squirt
tobacco juice and insult, in the ciar- 'st and
most brutally vulgar manmr, almost every
yung lady who has to run the gumtlet
of these low bred, brainless human abor
tions. No less than u dozen complaint
have been made Id us against these con
temptiUle pimps by reputable citizen
within the last thee- days, and if this no
tice does not work the necessary reforma
tion other steps will be taken, to compel
them to conform thein-eives to the strict re
quirements of law and order.
It is generally s'lpp t-ed that the sip
water in our midst ha a t'Tideney to;.ane
dis 'ase, but the supposition is an orro!ii.u.
one. Some of our physician- nave noted
the state ot Cairo's health after tie depart
ure of the -ipe w.iter in years -one by. and
they find that the elf-et was le-iielieial
rather than injurious. The g-uer.il
heal' Ii was never b-tter than it was du.imr
the existence of, and the summer efter. tie-
last high sipe water we had. and so it w.i-
previ nis to that. The theory is, that wln-u I
the water leaves, it carries awav with it
through the sewers all decaying objects and
foul matter that may he deposited in the low i
places ol the City. Iliegreeliscunith.it
forms upon tile surface of the water after a
certain length of time, does not remain
long enoii'h to send forth infection and
when the walei di-'ipp.-ar-. it settle upon
the u'roiirid and is t!a:!-iniiiriii''d into a fer
tilizer a- Ii irniie-s ;ij.-:i aw.
i'arneii has prepared the following ap
peal to the people of the lloininiou of Cm-
ada: "The ex'.rcine urgency of the di-tres.
in Irel md has induced us to appeal to the
, ..... .
people of ( an ada. I .mine already upn
the people of the west of Ireland. Thou.
an, is i.re at tnis m.uie-J.t starving, ami. up
to this tilll'1. the Hriti-h j'oveiniiient ha
taken no s'ep to save tin- people from this
awfdl fate. We appeal, tic II. to th" people
ot the Dominion to a-sit lis iu saviiiLt the
ives of tic peasantry, until wcshail ha.'e
w,,.(:,,.d,.d in ar-eisiug th. gover .nt to a
, s ,lllv. T,. ...s;,;. js ..rcs.-jng
f.v,.M if t)lL. ,.,,,,, were l-j move at
,m,;Pf wlli(.h ,,.,. hIlw si,,M ,;,,
T. machinVrv niplovcd bv them is so
(.unill.,.401l,(. that no redef cu'ld reach the
ina.nle (or about six week-.. In the ini,-i-
,,..,, nriiiii:..,, t ,.., ,,,,,,,.,. r
..,,,1 ,., ,,,.., ',,.. I, 'I'I, ... ,,.,t ,aV
niglit, atier having laid annm l" in, and
,. 1,.,. 1 1 ;,,;- r,.nti-:,i i,i,i,n d,o,t
,..ir .,rriVi! -taking with tlean a
iei;ig of tlie,,,. ,,. .,,.,.....,,1 ,,r vifirn out i'-.i: ailio-e.
1 1- . . ...1... 1 1 . 11 1.
ecu, nil itc,, which was ;rii.iiy aoiiii
the aiipiu'it tin freight oil it wiil
(,'-ttli";u. Among tic one hundred iip-n
voce f n:y who had families. 'I'Iptc having
lie, ii a strike in Rapids Ci'y, tln v go there
to 1 1 lie the place of the n'riker. Mr-
I i i : 1 1 1 1 1 , who is stationed in this city with
:he purpose ,,f aiding immigration into this
Stale, informs Us that iu addition to the
one hundred men w i;o left ye-ti-rday, he lin-
!iu ord.-r for live hundred more. He uiidcr
ftantis his bu-in.'ss and, doiiblh rcigioii--lj-
believi .s that be is doing liiUeh goo 1 to
bis race, while the Republican politicians
I nigh in their sleeve, and think so too
We visited Jill tie; police court yester-
,(;iy, Inn fuund that no business worthy of
ini.iiiioii had been transacted in either of t! c
cinp'ts. H'e found Squire ()-born coti:...i'ta
bly si'tited in his arm chair, tli Jiiglnfiidy
looking out of tin window' ov. r Lis gold
sn clacles as he pulled away at his favorite
piV' and fill', d the court room wiili a per-
nunc so .leucine-, tine icsnu in siii,,;,,ng
Iorsiti"yor'.. lobaeco) that the most s. usilive
yo'ing hit'.y would not have sn,vzed at it.
Squiri' Robinson - -we don't want to say it -
but actually h,? was asleep in hi
tool; a lingering ami admiring look at his
honor.aiid finally rcmemlicriug brother Coin
ings, tore oiir.sc'.f away from the enchanting
pci'ii" and stole oil' on tip toe. When we
entered Squire Coining's court his eyes
brig'il' iicd up willi jay nnd one heart -'auk
within us, for we read it. Iroin his honor's
genial countenance that he had no news for
u. P"f a we left the court, however, wu
. vival song emlinj with lhe
chorus, "The laws catch flies, hut let horn
ets go free."
-A large proportion of people tio
nothing to support their local papers,
and yet reap the benefit every day of the
editor's work. A man will gay, "Adver
tising docs not pay in my business. I
have to keep men on the road, and get
my cii.-tomcrs by going after them," und
yet the fact is, that the town in which he
does biminesH would be unknown, the
railroad over which he ships his goods
would be alnioat unheard of, if it were not
for the newspaper, which he says docs him
no good. The local paper is of advan
tage to every man in the community,
and when a man refuses to contribute to the
support of the paper 011 the ground that it
"does him no good," he might ju.-t a-well
relusi; to pay his taxes for the -uppnrt of
the courts and the police force, tin the
ground that he never breaks the law and
never needs an officer. There are men who
believe themselves to be honest and ph u ,
who are doing business in every community
and every day appropriating to their own
u-e the fruits of other men's labors, by rciq -the
be adit of the ncwspup r without co 1
tributiiig a cent to its support.
The thirtieth general assembly pn-ed
an act. approved May 'i, 1 s7 7, requiring
tiie town as-' -Miix in the several counties to
prepare each year schedule of the acreage
inn 1 yield of agricultural productions in
this state. These schedules the count,
clerk was by the law direcUd to compile
and tabulate for each canity and to return
the table-to the s'ate auditor at tier sa a
time us the ii-s 's.-ineiit returns of themn-t'e-.
It wa- an eiicri'iicy bill, and took
i'iT ct fro"i the d.it" of iti ia-c.e, bi t
practically it wa of but little v ia: in
1 sT 7. becaiis" it vv.,s u o lite in vs-
-1'in that many of lie town a or- h oi '
aVady coinple'ed ;,eir work. For lTsi
ori'y paitial re'iitns wa-iv made, and up to
the pre-enl dale the 1. -turns for 1 ??'. aie ,
led yet ail in. Th" counties of Alcxamb r,
I uid. llui'iiu, i'rtiii'.iin, Fuit..n. lludin. ;
.b r-ey. I.-e. Ma, -n. Mar-hall. M c-iei. Me- i
) inoiiMh, M( Henry, and Morgan are at J
this date ihlinqiiiit for 1T'.I. It will be!
oh-erved that -ome of th -e are lilin He,' t he j
lar'."-t and ne'-t productive agricultural j
("Unties in the -fate, and the wonder is that '
the ii'li'-i , of t,, .e co -IMP'S are Dot mole
active a to th- -t-iti-'ic .Inch m.-t larreiy ;
lllt'Te-t their ' K,t iTli.-llt-. It I- I Too
the IPX! -e
n .f th
g n-ra! a--en;b'y
will t ike S'a li inra
of 1 ; 7 a- v ill in
to ane-n I t'l
! TIIK I'.l'l.l.l'.TI N .
1 "IT It UK' ' COS I'll : 1,1 -l,Y IMl'lio. 1 :."
, A ,,)M1,1M,S. ,,.,, KN ,-imiUl
1 would have -aid all :i,e
v,,ti that "M. M '" did. i n1
000.; tiun-." t,
I didn't kn .w
hi I I . r J . . . . . , ... 1
o-.v: and thereby .liiln f r,-pn s.,;,t M',!iili"r-
of ladies iu my iiei,:'io"ilp,"i. Rat. tle-y
join ni" now in end r-i.i'i ev.Tv word if
"M. M." and addin.r tli 0. -;nee v.nr edit,.-
rial control of TKR'U,,,v. 1,, leu,
ceii-picuou-ly iniproi ed.
The press, is the -oreat
the people, and has a "j o iter illil.'.eip'e ov..-
tlcir minds and iuor;:l
(lo on then, in your en ,,-av,,;.
oill vice ail i encourag-' vii M",
piei- 'd or llot.be a-sllle l of the
of aii tru hearted Mr il and Wo!:i
"Lay on Mel III,!', etc."
Yours. "I.v-r W.m:i Hi m:;i
and 1 -
Fresh egg- at New Y'd 1
for one dollar.
F.dwird A. I!. i i"r i',oi;',d respi ctfubv
nonnc to the inu-ieal community, thai be
ha- el'ecic I an engagement, with Ch rle
!ilbeit, a gr.'.di'.at" of Thomas' coii.oe of,
niii-ie. a'pl a thorough i.iu.-ician, who will i
tun" and k,'i p i,- crdei. by the yea., or!
oiipTw!-", all piano-entni-'ed to h:-i are.
Mr. (iilbi.'It will a'live in this eily mi the
Jeth in-:., and nil' order, left at N . I'll ;
Coinm' ici d ac'iiue, will r.-e.-ive prompt at
tention, and b- p'Tsonal'v guaraiitei-d by ;
Low i:io A. Hi tu.i;. 1
Till: ClIKAPl'S'l I 'LACK !
to go for hunts (ind shoes either to have
them made to order or buy ready made, is j
ill C. Koch'., ('oniup'rcial avenue, between i
F it'll', and Six'.h street. lie boiighl hi
stiick of boots and -hoes, Icatll'T illld liiel- .
ings belule he lot" li-e, and will givi' the i
public the ben'djt by .selling at tl Id
lices. I lo not tail t" call W leu in need ,.
goods ot Ins line.
H. liPKR'S MAdAilN'K Foil Fld'.lll'- i
RY, 1 '--lo, j
Rasper's Ma ja.ine for F-biuary is J
rich iu illustration and as varied and filter- !
tabling in its reading matter us any number j
th:,t loii CVrl' bri ll is.liod. l-'or lil'issll,' .
, ,,,,.,,,!,, Diackmore's new novel. "Man
Aic'i'ley." ilc-ctves lirst mention. In every
quality that marks a gtral novel, Ibis is the
iiicit remarkable serial innv in course of
publication liete or abroad, Those who
prcl'. r a lighter novel will (urn with pleas
ure to the chnpl"i'. of Pluck's "Whit '
Wings." Fdward Kveretl Rale contributes
ah' ot story --"Mr, Koesler's Horse-Car" -conceived
nnd written in hi happiest vien,
A brief story of thrilling interest, entitled
"A Ni'ht in an Avalanche," is contributed
by S. H. M. Dyer.
The illustrated r. nicies cover a wide
range of subjects. Howard Pyle write find
illustrates "liartrani and bis Harden" an
interest iim: sketch of an American (junker
botanist of a hundred years ago.
Among the poems in the, number is one
by James T. Field;, in his la st vein, en
titled "A lover's peril." ,
Now that Mr. Linton has "had his Hay"
about wood engraving in a recent Magazine
article, and his still more recent book,
'Tract ical hinta on wood engraving," the
reader (especially the reader of illus
trated magazine) will peruse with eager
interest tin article in this number entitled
"A symposium of wood engravers," in
which some of the most distinguished en
gravers of this country nre given u hearing.
The article consists of reports of conver
sations with', A. V. S. Anthony, T. Cole,
John V. Davis, Frederick .Juengling, 1!. A.
Mullcr, .John Tinkey, und Henry Wolf.
The Kditor's Knsy Chair renders a grace
ful tribute to Oliver Wendell Holme-,
iippropos of his recent reception in Huston,
and discusses, in a thoughtful essay, the re
action against Dickens due to that author
Mrs. S. HAAS, the will known Cost iniiei
of St. Louis,
Will be in CAIUO on the Nth of Feluuary.
with a full line of OHTl.'M F.S. She will
make her headquarters ut MRS. S. WII.
Mrs Williamson will have a full line of
Co-Mines for the Turner Masquerade,
the :M, and for the select Masquerade
the -"it 1 1 of February.
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