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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1830.
NEW SEIUES-NO. 201.
or t!i l n l l ri tr IiuhIiiuhh lioucun whose advcrtine
mcnl. nmy be foil nil lu Tin Kim.lbtin
I". (). Patler A Co., Commercial avenue ami Nine
teenth at reel.
Clia. K. Stewart, Eighth trcct.
Pettis Bird, Washington avenue, and Eighth
Dr. J. 11. M.ircan; oflico, lie. Commercial avcuiia.
Dr. W. C. JiM i'lvu. Eighth near Commercial
In E V SVbl'tlock, Commercial avenue.
itobt Sin 111, No. W Ohio levee
II. II. Candcc. No. ToOblo lcveclup atairi.
lviiiiu'm) Life "f New York, coruer Twelfth und
VS 'a-diiiu:toii avenue.
Wiiln'". mi't Orphan Mutual Aid Society. Seventh
mul Comm. r:lal avcnuu.
ATTORN EYS AT LAW.
Ltucgar Jfc Lumdeii. No. 1 1 Commercial attune
(iESEKA .COM M I SSION M E HC HANTS.
Ilil.i'liiv linn . proprietor. Kypli in Mill
lluiii! . Thltwoui A Moon;, N". l'v' a 1-?
(. (iiiiiii'Tit il avenue.
n!i; i;iiisiN. wiidlksai.u and iikt.ml.
H"-l llr.m.. Oliin leve and rurncr Eighth and
W iP-iiininii uvi'ime.
Alexander fnunty Rank. '.U and Commercial
t N it; n. al. Ohio leu".
fUni; M Three Stat-"'
J,i!iu spro.it, cjru'ir Tuelftb and l.cvec.
BRACKET SI ORE.
E C y jrd. Cort.cr Ninth audi otnnicrdal.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
0 PASSFYftFT! T"AI-'S LEAVE AND
- I A"Iji.MHiJi ARRIVE DAILY.
ST. LOUIS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINK,
without cbanglug tar. Tun dlri'Ct route to
Anil all EASTERN POINTS,
- A S l-
And all NORTHERN POINTS.
;;NERVL DELIVER open . a m.; close
1 1 fi-.w ji in.; Sunday: s 'o H a. m.
y ,,,,, y :i. r Department ojt.-ti at s a. ai.; close
iV-'.'"-! ''t"-e Mali. Ma Illinois Central and
V ' :';..' tunnwiUflw at l::ip. m.
' i v.-. m: . Poplar il!u:t TbrouifU nod Way Mall
W Mai! m LU:."'" Centra'. mro and In
cones aaa Mi-r.s-ippi Central K ulroads clo at
' w 'v i'v.l f:: Narrow (lauy Railroad ro(- at H
V ui i
Evi'isv'lie Klvcr Route cli'f at fi:
..i c;il Enuac1-
ji'lrjiim lenvi' iiihI arrive at('alroa fo'tcw:
Mall. rtIU cxcfjit Sunday ..:',: a in.
ht I. huh Acxuiuiiiodatiuti, duilv, i icpt
Suuiiay ; 11 :l",n m.
Exiri-, daily :t:i p.ci.
Krciu'bl. daily. t'ji r)t Si:ndiiv 1: in a.m.
Kri'L-iit, da.ly. cxci-jii Sunday 4:40i.ui
Mail, duly 4:1' a.m.
Kxtreii. daily H' i-(it Sunday .':.. p.m.
A miiMidnliiiii. d.ihy, vxri'pt Mindav. .. :t:l'lp.ni.
Kridulit. da!:y, i xi'i Mind-iv T:i' p.m.
Fn-Uiil. daily, i-xi-i-pt Mmid-iV .'( a.m.
Ii. n-m; A.', lit
!!. ( liel'fE.
(JAIRO A- ST. LOl'lS R. R.
II. W. SM1TIIKH.S. Rpwiivor.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE UETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
iiFriClAI. M RECTORY.
Ci! V Oi!km'1.
'J'im f lipiluk-:
1 hro'i'.'ii Expn-M vsw (.'niro n:4." a m.
Ti.roika Kxpr-' arrirvn at E. M l.oui.. DM'ip.m.
Thruiit'ti Kpr:i.a leave K. St. I.oui.... !(:ikJa.m.
T.lru'ili Exiin n arrive.- at Cbim S:lilp ni.
.Miir;)hyh,iorjai,r.omniodntiiileavfi l aiio 1 :'M) p.m.
M'puvvlioro Arc arrivef-at iirih' flx.ru 'r jop.m.
Murpaye'ioro Air. leave Murphyhnro. .. :l.!u.
M'lrplij.biiro Art arnren at ( aifo ll:J4a ru.
Till' Cairo 4 St l.oili Hail !!na l l tbe only ail
Rail Halite, tictwecn ( airo and St. Lo:ii utidef one
nr.. ........ u ... , iiiiu3.-. ine;,i, uien'inre mere ur- no ni lav at
Se-iiuJ V. .ril-I'avm i. i.ian. v. way alinn av. aitiuL' i:or.nerji,m from oilier Hues.
,, , ,,.,, v ,,.,r Smith ' "x"' ' le li')li at St. I.;.illi WItL otber
Vmirth Ward J har " "a"' r Jane " :
E?!;n W.rl T W. UalU.'.a). Er(,e-t U I'ettll. J J. A NAt'tiLE. I. M. .10I7NSON.
Mayor N It Tbir'.eMl.
Tr"Ki. rex Edward le.,mu.
Clerk- Dentil -I. I'oley.
Coauneiur -Win. It. iilllnrt
Marba. J I.allue.
AUornet - Wil'.ia-u ll.'ndri.
BliAllU or Al UtUMKV
Fir.t Ward - V. .1. IInl'
Tin it; .li.il.-e iiak-r.
Civait ( e is J A ll.e
(VioiyJn 1." I'. '1-m.
I'o'inty Af.ir'i -v-
X c, Mu key.
('..,;:itv 'lrea.-.irer-.M I" W. l'art' r.
Mxrtti --.l"!i:i il.idti.'.
I r..ner - K E-.-.i-ra.c
c.ea.tv ..mtuf-mi.'! -T. W tin. '" '
1 I ,. 'h. Sam-.i-d Unley
OHIO A MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TAHI.K OF l'AKV;KI! TI'. MNS KltHM
MM I.N.N ! iN'uV. :0, 1S71I.
a KU AN V. E.-rurte-nt!i -ireet. "''
A Wa.m't and i ei ir -re.-: Tv.ee. m .atb 11
a. in and V: W p. in.: S itid'.y srlu.o. 1 : P- m-
MIHISTIAN -Eiu-btee:.'!! "treet: mert.ni: Sa')
ly l.a'.h M: ' p. m.; pre:., u'.wi oera.il.a.,y.
VlCIHTl "'E THE KKDEEMIIH Epli-o.pa'.) .1 . H. ( t m:k.
C b-.)'ir!eei,Ui .ireet; h:udv Mnrtili grayer. Ai-:it ii.f.-nn.'.
No. Hay Expr-"" Eveepi miii layi . . . I : in p. tn.
(I Epre I Eveept 'iUllllV I . . .' I . l. Ill
" t M.ht Exp.v-. ..IUi'.m" ...U:-'a. in.
:i .1 Express Eveept Mu.davi . .
1 Hay Evpre.. i Kxeriit uifiuv
:i Nr.'lit Expr . Ii.ii'y i .'
I.'. S t ,.vk. .1 .
f!i Tienet a-.!' i i'::ieni
-.'.'i a. In.
1, a m.; evetiii,.' prayer. .. V
-!io.m: ! l'l "! cve.iiti- pravei ,.ip
-ntT vtNStDS'AKY liKI'TIsT CHl'liClI.
V r..., hln t ln-.nn a tu.. :l P n.. '! T: P-
liev. T. .1. Simre.,
SnliHilli n-hoii! a! i i P- '
T CTHERVN -Tblr'eeli-, .treet; .er'.,ce. Sh.
J j bath I :'. a m.; sutiday nbool i V
MF.TIIUDIM'-C.ir EiL-lith and Walnut J"reet.;
1-re.vhr.i' iMth l- a m. and . P- m-.
prayer meeuire. W,,lne-Ha ,- T :. , m. ; Muulny
Lbo.jl.'Ja in. Rev. Vb'liir. paMor.
Ii:ESltYTEItIAN -EL'blli ir..'t: preacliilii on
,.,.(!, W.-lte-l.i at in-: m"y ho"'
atap m. Ee il. Y. li-or-v. pa-lor.
CF.CONI) 1'UEE WII.I. Il.l'TlsTTF:fiee-tl,
.treet. I. -t -wen Walnut and Cedar etre.-r.. f
ice! Salib.T.'i nt :i alid T :X' P- in.
OT. .Ki-Erir -(Roman Caih.lin CormT Cr-)
tS and W-il.i-it -ire.-.; -Tvler, S'l.Hth lt:
ni.: Sundiiy i'b"-l at j p in.; e-per .j I', m.. "
rices every day n! S p. m.
L' T 1' vniU'K S I'.otnaii Catholic) Cortir r Nimb
f .'treet and Wa-hitlotl uveliue: rvu SA.
ath 4 and in a. in i Ve-per 3 p. :n.; Snnday sebo 1
4 p m ; M-tuev every day at 9 P- m.
ST. LOUIS, I. M. A- S. R'y,
C 'si ivo Time 'In I !.
Txa Erpren. Daily
(.'oiiiiecls at ITiarleptmi fiif ( ! n m 1 tir-
Texn. Ex)ireH IDaiiyi '.,::i.n. m.
Aecoinnioditiiin IHaihj T::iip. in.
(Jtlii e and rii'.eiip r Depot No. ,Vi nhin l.evee.
I C. .I M M Eli. A - tit.
D. AxTEl.l.. liviion Sii;ierii-leii dent .
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
I1 SEE AM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
l): OHIO IiKVF.F.. CAIRO. IMS.
John T. Ticniiie,
HAVINti ,'htiilillnlietl hi' work nt Hip above, men
Hurled pUre la better prepared than ever lor
mHiiufiirtui.iii' Steam Kliulne.' and Mill MaehitK'ry.
llavin-j a steam Hammer and ninplf loo K tin
manufaetiiM of all kind" of Machinery, ll.'.ilroad,
Uteambont and Itrldwo Kon?lm?K miirte o (ncoialty.
Kiieolal atteiitlini Rlvon to repair- of h 'Iiiok ana
irnt- CiiHtltiK of all kitulii made to ordcl
PIjib K ttlliE in !1 llh braiielieii
I L I. 1ST 11 A T K I .
"Miide'tii; tbeMil.jei t ul-jeelively und from Ibe
edlinil loi.ai ;i i lit ot v lew M'ekltii; lo provide that
.vlili'h. taken ;il,n! .ther, will be of tbe mot service
lo the larjcit luini'iei'.-l liin; a-.'o coi.eliiiU-d that
1 nnild lone hat one work for a public library,
and select n complete wot ot IlarperV Monthly." '
ttltl.KK Kh. Nilr Aiiam. ,lr.
It. content, me ciititributcd by tbe ino't eininent
Mtite; and urtl-!' of Europn liud America, while.
llr.i loin cxfH'Mttni".' of it publisher, b.-m mndc
I belli tliornuultly cunvev-ant with tbedi'.iiei. of the
public, which tlicy lll epave no eiiort to gmtify.
ALL SORTS. SIZKS AND STYLES,
Miiuiiliicluri.T of nud Denier In Also
TIN, COLTER & SHEET-IRON YARE.
tAU. KINI1J OK .IOB WOllK DON t TO OIII;KIItVl
NO. 27, KIGUTII HTIIKKT,
CAXKO, : : : U..I4ISOW
The volumes of the Mauzine lie-in with th
11 u min i a for .I line and December of each year.
When no tune ia upended. II will be understood
bat the suhsi fiber wishes to ln'i!u with the cur
Til K WORKINtiMA.N'S EU1ENU.
In Ihc.e daya nf pnlHIcal trickery, a true
friend in the time, of need l a friend luuecd; und
uch a frleud la
Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM for the LUNGS '
It la a m o cure for
CONSI M I'TION. COI'lillS. COEDS, AHTIIMA
and all dl.eaneeof the Lnnga, Cheat and Throat.
Tlii well known remedy bus been uaed for
thirty year, and ban cured llmiimiuiU of cases,
many of which were lvn up an hopele.K,
No caae, howuvvr obstinate, can realat the
heallns propcrtle. ot Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam,
for the I.unH. Trial bottlra will be furnished
KratltutioiHly to all who are. omitted villi l.unu
and pectoral diacnics.
frfltememlKT that it U the peroistent line nf
Ibe Ualnani that cure the worst cases.
JOHN F. HENRY, CL'RRAN & Co.,
h COLI.KOE PLACE, NEW YORK,
(I) BARCLAY HUOS. Wholunale Agcnti.
1ENEIIAT. KFIi'Rfri'S OP
If yon are stitl'.-rli)Dfionifj:mor health.or lunsul-h-11
on a bed of sn kues. kiake cheer, for
Hop Uinc-2Ai:i Cure Yotl.
If you are a minister Valid havu overtaxed your
self wiin your pastoral du i;ies, or a imilber. worn
out with care and work.oij.f you are .imply ailing:
If you feel weak uiiuf llsptrlted. without clcui
Hop Hitters willSRestore You.
II you are a man of busi Sncsn. weakened by the
.Irani of your every dayBdutle: or aninu of let
ters, toilin'n over ynurinli! jnlt'lit work,
Hop Ritleiii ulllfitri-iicftlien You.
If von nre yuutii;. aiicB-'ilferlnu' from any Indi.
crcliuii.iirarei.'rowii;Pii.it.as Is often the case.
Hop Hitters ulllyKclievc Vim
ARTE ICS M AtiAZIN I'.Otle ear $1 no
IIARI'Eli's WEEKLY, " ....I I tm
IIAIU'LH'SIIAZAR. 4 W)
The TIIIIEE iibove nnmed publications, One
Year HI (W
Any TWO iihovo-imiucil. One Year 7 00
HARPER'S YOt'NO l'EOI'J.K, One Year 1 W
Positive I'reo to nil sitsctlbers In Ibe fulled
Stale. or Canada.
A Complete- Set of, Haiii'Kh'h Maiiazini!, com
prising Ml olunies. in iient cloth bltnlinu'. will be
sent b cvprcs, frclu'lit at cpcnse ol 'purchaser. ou
receipt nf f.'J aft per volutin1. Nlnuhi voluines, bv
mull, post paid, $1 (K). Cloth eases, for binding, lis
eet.ta, by mall, post paid.
Remlftrncca hIioiiIiI bo mndu bv Post Olllcc
Money Order or Draft, to avoid chuuce of loss,
Newspapers nre initio copy tliis adverllsetnenl
without the exprcsa older of II.MU't.ii Jt Uuotiikw.
Addivis UAItrGK UR0TUKR3, N'uw York.
If you un; in Ibe work
de.k". auj where, and fe, ;
cieaii'lnt;. toning or-'tlni
II ip Hitters IvJWh-u You .Need
-hop. on the farm, at the
'bat yo'ir sy.tein neci'"
ilatiu. without Intoxl-
ul"e Is feeble, your
II miu are old, and voii'So
ncrics ut.-teady, and yunrf faculties waning,
Hop Blit fs will j;lvc You New LltV hii1 Vijnr.
Hoi' Cot'i.it Ci he Is the .-.veete-t. nafest and best
Tbe Hop Pui for sioiuach, Liver and Kidney I
Superior to all ot:iers. It i perfect. Ask Drue
D. I. C. is an ab-olute and Irresl'table ennj for
drunkenness, use ol opium, tobacco and narcotic
All hooks o!d by Drui-l. Hop IlITTEK.
MF'ii t'.. lliK lie. er. N Y. 4
Say a lloston phy.iciau. "hu no equal a a blood
purifier Ik'irini: of Its many wonderful euro af
ter ail other remedies had fai.id. I vi-ited thu lab
ratory. and convinced myself of its genuine merit.
It is prepared from barks, roots uu.d herbs, each of
which l. highly e:T 'clivi'. and they are compounded
in .Ui-b a manner as to produce astonishing reaulw
le the pri at blood urifier.
Wiil cure the worst c.ise of St rofu'iX.
Is rccomnicnded by p!iy:c:n and apothecnnc.
I!a. effected s-itne marvelou cures In cases of
Come the worst c.'e ui Canker.
Mei is wllh wonderful siicce.i la Mercurial disease
Will eradicate Salt Rheum from tiie system .
Removes Pimples and Humors from the face.
Cures Constipation and rejupue the bowels.
Is a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dvspepn.
Restores the eutirv ytcm to a health condition.
R.'niovc the cause of .)i:;ines.
Relieve l'nitituesa at the stoninch
Cures Pulu lu the Back.
Effecluallycuieii Kidney Complaint.
Is effective in Re euro of KMtialu Weakueaees.
Is the great remony for Uenenil Debility,
IS TUX UKT
II. R. STEVENS, IJOSTON, MASS.
Vcffctiiie Is Sold I!v all Dni-rsists,
IT IS PERFECTLY SAFE, AND THE
rPUE llrst apparent ed'ect In to
A Increasn tue appetlie, It as
sist digestion, and cause the
food to assliullato properly-thus
the system is nourished. It also,
by its tonic action ou thu diges
tive organs, Induces more copious
and regular evacuation. Its ef
fect on thu mucous uieinbrance is
such that easy expectoration ih
produced; not only are the air
pussaes caaily voided nf tho e
cretlou already deposited, hut its
collection In carried ou in a
henlthv manner, while tho formation ot tubercle la
retarded. Thu rapidity with which piitleuta take
onrtcsh while under thu Influence of the Syrup, of
ll.elf indicate that no other preparation can he
betior adapted to help and uourisb the conslltut.on.
and, hence be more effitclotiH in all depression of
ppl, Iti", ahnklnjor tn-mbllng nf the hands or body,
couth, sliortnesa of breath, or conenmptlve habit.
The nervea and muscleii become atreugtheiied and
the blood purified.
FELLOWS' COMPOl Nn SYKCP OK
siceillly and permanently cure. CoiiL'estion of the
Lungs, ltrouchltl". Consumption, Nervous Prostra
tion. Minrtjiess of Ilrcath. Palpitation of the Heart.
Tremblintr of the Hands and Limbs, Physical and
Mental Depression. Los. of Appetite, Lo.s of En
ergy. Losa of Memory It will rapidly Improve tho
weakened functions and organs of the body, which
depend for health upon voluntary, seml-volnntary
and Involimturv nervou anion . It acta with vigor,
gentl' lie... and eubtlctv ow ing to the exquisite nar.
mony of Its ingredient, akin to pure, blood Itaelf
It. taste Is pleasant, and lu ciTccIa permuneut.
SOLD 11 V ALL Dia CiOISTS. 1
r j j -at
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, February, 3 v, m.
Wlieat unchaniiL't Wheat 10s (lil
1 Is 4.1; Spring, IDs 9d10s 10il; California,
average, 10s 3Jl0s Oil; California club,
10s0lll3 41. Corn -OU-S 7d; Corn
-New 5 7d.
Ih S A c.EK in your own town, and no
l! l I.'n,!,l rlMki-il . You eim kivu the
1 ll V"'',",',' 11 lrl"' wRImnt expensn.
f dl V. J bv hu"1 opportunity ever olh-red I'wr
VJl Oioso willing to work. You should
I , . 'r.v tiolhing else till you net) foi your
I If Abut you can do at ilu business we oiler. No
modi to explain here. You can devote all your
timn or only your spurn time to the business, md
liiake great pay Inr overy huur that vou work
Wiitiiun makeiiH much as men. Kcnd for Hpeclul
tirivate tmuiaiind particular, widen w until Iree.
$: (limit tree. Don't rvmplalii of hard time, while
vou have such a cli.incu. Addrum II. UA I, LETT
PHYSICIAN'S. CLERGYMEN AND THE
A F L 1 (J T E I E E 1 1 Y YV 1 1 E R E .
TIIE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
CL HE SICK HEADACH
CL RE CONSTIPATION
( CUE PILES.
CLUE FEVER and Ann.
Cl'ltE niLiors C I.IC
Cure K.1DN EV Complain:
IVRE TORPIU LIVEl:
IMPAIir Al'i'E ril'E.
Dil TtTT has succeed
d lu combining lu these
plbs the heretofore un-
agonistic ouaMti h or u
Mr"!..'! lien in g. Purgative
iti. I a rurit.i ing 1 onic.
Their first uppurcut ef
led I to Increase the ap
petite by causing the
!ood to properly assimi.
!uii. Thus the h. -stem Is
nourisheii, and dy their
loulo action on the dlLt:.-
Ive organs, regular and
icalthy evacuation are
The rnplditv with
which the person, take
ui tlesh w hile uuder the
nllitenceof these pills,
ndlcates tlii'ir ad.ipta
lilliy to no'.'rish the bod
'. In-nee tl.eif eiHcacv lu
.irluir nervous debflltv.
vasttnir of tin muscles
"lunglshuesa of the liver,
'.niparting health und
t'etigtti t the system,
out cwrvw here.
PRICE- - CENTS.
r'i Murrav Street
A I TA TTATTOli
J. T. WAUREX & CO.
(U - 01) W.Seconil St.
Fot'.-.L':! iml Domestic dried and canned Fruits and
Veget.i'iles. Canned, dried and salt Fish. Pick
le Satieit. Oils and Condltneiit.. Soup
tu.V-. Raking Powder, gr.r.md nud
who'. Spice. Toilet and Laundry
S.ups, Seed, .leilles, Preserves
r.i:icy tirocerlc ai.-l (,ro
Stock. iniiKU'iillflod iii tho V.'i'st,
SEND KOROUR''(iRO('ERSM MANUEL.
7(1 OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or dust bv mc,i.iv being exposed lo nir
Milk deliver...', twice a dn.r.
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try tt and see lur yourselves.
30 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cash on delivery of tickets,
(D. WILLIAMSON ct CO.
7(5 Ohio Levcc,
Boat Stores and Groceries,
Of all kind.
OI'KN NICIIir AND l)A'.
Kresh Dairy and (lilt Kdgu lluller, Ovsteraand alt
kinds of fruit when In season, ou hand anil deliv
ered promptly at rculdcncgi free. OynUTH delivered
NEW TOKK OKAIN.
New Youk, February. 14 13:00 p. m.-
AVhi;at --dull No. 3 Chicago, $1 37
43; No. 3 Milwaukee, $1 411 43;
1 Winter, $1 1 48; No. 3 Red
Winter, fl 47),(1 43; No. 3 Amber,
41 40. Corn quief--No. 3, 5!)C!.
CuicAno, February 14, 13:00 M.
Wlieat Marcli.il 3a J ; April. 1 34'b-
P 1 .
Pork March, 11
Corn February, 3ti May, 40'a; March,
pretty well the amount of work needed,
would be able to make a close estimate of
the amount of appropriation required, and
tllC honorable roiumiswinnora Willi III nniL
ably do well to consult with her upon this
Would not tlifi first inniiirv nf an intolli.
ffent immigrant be alwut our uchoolsj
i nen is it not rusy to surmise his conclusion
about a people whose highest county offi
cers almost ignore the common school
nysiem. t,ct us nave tins scnool business
put upon a more liberal basis as soon as
possible, because it will pay.
As this communication is already rather
lengthy, I will stop for this time, but witli
your permission Mr. Editor, I will again,
shortly, rctcr to tliis subject of immigra
tion. Menschks Frecno.
Thebes. Ills., Feb. 9, 1880.
MORRISON FOR PRESIDENT.
Ciik aoo, February 1-1, close.
Wheat - February, 1 S3?': March,
fl Vi ; April, 1 34.;.
Pork February, $11 53; March. 11 09;
April, $11 73.
Corn -February, UO'; Match,
Oats February, 31; March, 81 if;
April, 31 Jj; May, 33,.
Mb. Editor: Why is it, that from the
westward or any other stream of immigra
tion so little stops iu this portion of the
state It does seems strange, when we
look around, us here, and see the wonder
ful fertility of our soil of both upland and
bottom land; the ubuudance of valuable
timber, such as poplar, ash, oak, walnut,
hickory, gum, maple, and many other vari
eties, ulso the neurness to market, for any
thing the land may produce or the people
inauutacture and to see this county, which
cau richly support a fartuiug population of
twenty-five thousand to be represented in
that industry by only about tive thousand.
Don't the world outside Alexander county
know thiii If they don t, they must be
informed of these facts; let. them know
what we have to offer, ami what we waut.
I dare say, they do not even know tint they
are wanted here, and you don't suppose
that an intelligent people, possessing self
respect, will go where they nre uncertain
of a welcome. Yet I know that we want
just such a class of people to settle among
us. 1 ins stiiiject ot immigration and the
advantages that wc have to offer emigrants,
should be talked up, written up, and work
ed up "until it boomed" eastward, eveu to
hamlets itmoni the Grampian hills, the
snowy range of the Scandinavian peninsula,
the romantic villages on the lthine, nnd
the miners' hut iu the Ilartz mountains.
The bottom lands of this county, will
produce under reasonably good culture an
average of fifty bushels per ai re ot corn,
twenty bushels of wheat, two hundred
bushels of potatoes, and this without man
uring and uuder a high state of cultivation
and favorable 6eason eighty bushels of corn,
thirty-live of wheat and "three hundred of
potatoes. ' Our upland does not produce
quite so well, yet I have known twenty
bushels of wheat per acre to be raised oil
our hill land; and the upland wlieat is not
surpassed iu quality by any country in the
world. It U a fact weil known to millers
that the upl inds in a belt of county run
ning about 130 miles south mid north und
about three hundred miles cast and west,
of which, this section tonus nearly thee en
tral portion, produces the wheat from which
the premium Hour of the world is made.
As 1 before remarked, looking about over
this cminty and seeing the great induce
ment offered to honest and industrious set
tlors with the cheapn.es. of the land the
question, why do emigrants pass this
land of promise, looms tip into big
prominence. The must conspicuous that
present itself is that tho people of Alexan
der are not fully alive to the importance
that an honest industrious und intelligent
immigration would be to this county," und
therefore have never made any persistent
und systematic effort to obtain it. Now
this fhoulil be lione ,'itid it will cost labor
and money, but I wiil venture
to say, thiil 110 euterpri.ic will bet
ter repay the people of Alexander county
than that directed in earnest townrd immi
gration into this country. In the liist place
it would lie well to rectify a mistake our
county "dads" iniule a little over two years
ago. when a magnificent stroke of economy
hit them about the upper story, or some
where. They virtually ignored the com
mon school system by depriving the super
intendent of the means) of intelligently per
tormina' die duties pertaining to' the office,
they only allow her forty davs per annum
lor her whole work, which is insufficient
even tor the ollleo port ion ot it. The con
sequence is, that she cannot visit the schools,
and how is she to judge the capacity of per
sons to impart instruction to scholars when
she has no chance ot personal observation f
Economy is a great thing when used in the
right place, and it is what all public officers
should practice, but is it not tho poorest
economy in the world which require pub
lic srivattts to perform duties for half or
less than the same amount of labor and
talent would comiimnd in private business.
Mistakes, though, will happen even iu the
mnnngemetit of county business, therefore,
let us throw over this, the mantle ot charity
whenever the mistake is rectified.
It would be too late now, for the honor
able) comtiiis.-,ioner8 to do very much in re
gard to schoo's uutil next full, but they
could, at their March term, make appro
priation for the superintendent to hold
teachers Institutes, and na alio knows
EXTRACTS FHOM THE PRESS.
The name of Wm. U. Morrison would
grace the uational ticket. We endorse all
that has been said in his favor.
Illinois booms up lottily with "tall tim
ber ' for ti.e presidency in the ranks of both
New York World suggests Col. W. K.
Morrison. All are glorious men and would
be most heartily supported.
Many of the leading Democratic papers,
and among them the .New York World,
have mentioned the suggestion of making
Col. W. R. Morrison the chief candidate ou
their presidential ticket. Grant tor the
Republicans and Morrison for the Demo
crats would make lively times for the boys
during the campaign. Illinois is a jewel "in
this Hue. Let it be Grant vs. Morrison.
The Democrats are united on the subject
of the presidency and will support any man
nominated by the convention. Numerous
candidates have stroug friends. Among
those mentioned as probable candidates is
Col. Morrison of Illinois. If a Western
man is taken Illinois can unquestionably
name the man, provided the delegates go
in unitedly together for their man.
Chicago Time, it.
There are wise and honest men among
the Democrats of Illinois, and one of
these is Colonel Wm. H. Morrison. He has
always been a trustworthy public servant
a Democrat faithful among the faithles.
found. He is honest and sagacious,
and its firm a man as lives.
He has the confidence of the
southern people, and this notwithstanding
the fact that he was a gallant union soldier.
He is admired in the East, and in the West
has a whole host of friends iu and out of
the Democratic party. He would make a
splendid president; "and it the Democrats
of Illinois could be iudtieed to go into the
national convention with Col. Morrison as
their nominee for the presidency, they could
secure bis nomination. With Col. Morri
son at the head of the national Democratic
ticket, and an able man an energetic
campaigner of popularity ut the head of
the state ticket, Illinois could be induced
to vote against the Republican party, and
the republic would be carried for
the Democratic ticket. But can the Dem
ocrats of Illinois be induced to do this.'
Can they be induced to be for any many
With Morrison the uncompromisingstates";
man, whose record is 11s bright ns a newl
painted golden eagle the Democratic party
could carry ever)' southern state.New York,
Connecticut, New Jersey, Indiana, Oregon,
Wisconsin nnd Illinois; ' and, with Illinois
solid for Morrison in the national Demo
cratic convention, he could be nominated.
Lot. me invoke the Democrats of Illinois to
become at least temporarily wise, and de
clare for the sterling Democrat, Col. Wm.
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