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SM ALL ADVERTISEMENTS.
ALL ADVEHTtfcKMEJJTS tn ttila column, of
Ive linen each or Im will be publlnttod for i
ntanln'rtlun;)1lme. SO cetita ; 1 w:i'k, i
Montb, l.frt; 8 month without chantftN flaw pe'
tooath. Each additional liuu, prorata, fciltuatlona
bCHOOL ELECTION NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given that an election will bo
bld on Saturday. April 'Hub. at tU Aral) eng no
boaae, for the puroono of electing one jchool
trustee forTownahlp 1? South, Hansel Wft, A
wander county. joflX M. LAN8DEN,
TOM RENT. .
One or twoplcanant furnii-hod room, on aciond
floor, with or without board. Inquire comer if
Washington Avenue and 1 cnticth alreet, oppoelto
km order1 L'ond lor two. if applied on any atyle
- - - .. , ..I ii-iu
j lauti- i in
Will be told low.
Apply at tbli otllco
Mri L J. Byrne can accommodate a few nay
boadern. al board and room for two. Price very
low Applr at ber liouwi next to the Catholic
church on Washington avenue.
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician aud Surgeon.
Ofllca 140 U itmorcial avenue. Reaidcnce cprnor
Fourteenth St. and WaohlUKton avenue. Cairo.
)R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Orncg-No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Nluth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE : With the Widows' and OorpnanB' Mu
ual Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROA'l'd PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Speeialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
JlHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P, HALLWAY. PreKtdent.
H. L. HALLIDAY. Vlce-l'rcnitlent.
TII03. W. HALLIDAY,. L'ahiur.
ft. PTAATS TAVI1R, W. P. HAI.I.IDAT.
KBKRY L. HALLIOAT, It. 11. Cl'NNINIIIUV,
it. a. wh.ixamson, htki-iikn uuiu,
ii. n. CAKpRa.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Dopaeitureceived and a central banking l.uslno-?
.ILL SOBTS, SIZES AX) STYLES,
Mauulacturerof aud DualvrlnAleo
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
IJfALl KINDS 07 JOB WOllft hoSE TO OlUir.llwSJ
NO. 27, EKJIITII STREET.
CAIRO, : Il,l.lNOI
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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morninir Daily in Southern Illinois.
ENTERED AT TUB POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPEIIOF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
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Cairo, 111.. April 2. m (
Tlmo. Bar. Ther. llum. Wind. Vel Weatber.
0 a.m SH.ft'l
7 " m.w
10 " tt.M
8 p.m., sjit.s7
Maximum Temperature. (. ; Minimum Tern
peraturo. 003; Rainfall 0.20 "'ja. 11
Hirer 48 feet 1 1 tucbea.
Scrg't Signal Cort, U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEVS.
Mr. John Major is prepared to lurnish
all kinds of new wagons and buggies on
credit, on approved paper or very low for
FOR SALE CHEAP,
tho following machinery, all in first-class
order: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
diameter, 21 feet long, with smoke stack ;
one engine 10 inch bore, 24 inch stroke,
with heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's planer; one 12 inch planer; four rip
saws and frames complete; one cut off saw;
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine for bed posts and rails; one self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring ma
chine; one power mortising machine; two
turning latlies; three EmL'ry wheels,mounted
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 incli
line shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factory.
Mr. John Major has now on hand a
large lot of farm and spring wagons, log
wagon, one horse, two horse and sulky
plows, Tcssier's best, aud double and single
harrows. New aud second hand buggies
very cheap for cash or approved paper. Go
and see them.
The "Active'' cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
The Mendleson Quartette and Operatic
concert troupe are pronounced by press and
public, the finest organization on the road.
Atheneum, Tuesday, April Oth.
Jacob Kline desires the public to know
that he has perfected his machinery for the
manufacture of stone in blocks, and is now
ready to receive orders for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stone, building corners, window
sills, caps, etc. Orders will receive prompt
attention, and be filled without delay.
General repairing ot carnages and bug
gies. Go to John Major, Tenth street, Cairo,
Caiho, Ills., March 23, 18S0.
Public notice is hereby given to deposi
tors and all others that, on and after May
1st, 1SS0, the rate of interest allowed aud
paid by the Enterprise Savings Bank will
be four (4) per cent, per annum on all de
posits, under the rules and regulations of
said bank, until further notice.
By order of the Board of Directors.
Tuos. W. Halliday,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Adelaido T.uiell'. the )L,.eat
soprano; Jennie Mendleson, the woi'd
renowned contralts; Geoige Gale, the
favoiite tenor, and In'iT. Bush, the great
est of all bassos, will posilively opuear at
the grand ope:atic conce.i given by the
Mendleson Quartette at Atheneum, Tues
day, April Cth.
Wanted. Two gioil journey men t.)!,ors
None but the best nesd upi)ly.
Ohio Levee, between Second rnd Fourth
Win. Eiehhoff announces himself, not a? a
candidate, not being delivered from all
evils, but beiti1' del'vered from those un
principled shniks that in vain sought his
ruin, and the gentleman with his untiring
movement has now rest. He has not only
ballled the legal lraternity and worked
successfully as agent the last two years,
thereby keeping the wolf at bay. but be
offers a reward of ftOO for any bill that he
cannot duplicate at St. Louis, Cnieago or
Cincinnati Prices. It will be read
with pleasure by his many fi lends and
patrons that ho has secured tho '"Hamilton
building," and his immense stock of goods
will bo removed from the factory and dis
played in his new placo on first of April,
and sold at rock bottom prices.
SEE YOURSELF AS OTHERS SEE YOU.
It you want a perfect, natural and life
like picture of yourself or friend in India
ink and water colors, ulbunten ink or oil
on cinvass, give Lightfoot & Shelton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms on applica
tion. Call at Mrs. Stitcs', Seventh street.
The "Adivo" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market,
it, at Davidson's.
Call and sec
The grand Operatic concett, to bo given
at Atheneun, Tuesday, April Oth, by Men
dlisun Quartette, will be tho grand event
of tho season lu Cairo.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1S80.
I would respectfully inform tho public,
that I havo furnished rooms in connection
with my office, and am now prepared to
administer tho Electric Vupor and Medi
cated Baths, to tho healthy to keep well, to
the invalid to get well, and I particularly
invito all those who aro Buffei.'ng from
rheumatisms, neuralgias, catarrh", constipa
tion, discuses of tho liver and kidneys,
uterine ailments, scrofula, syphilis, rnd all
diseases of the skin, mercurial, malarial,
and lead poisonings etc.. to give these
baths a trial. All tho above named i' s
eases and many others, too numerous to
mention, yield to this mode ot treatment,
with a beauty and readiness which chal
lenges alike the admiration of physician
and patient. These. baths are ndin!n'tered
daily, during office hours, to both ladies
and gentlemen. A lady will be in attend
ance to wait on the lady patrons.
W. II. Mareak, M. D.
Wanted Immediately, a girl to do
housework and to cook.
Mhs. Samuel E. Wilson,
On Cross street, between Wash'ugton
Avenue and Walnut street.
Mr. Chas. Shoenir.cyer, proprietor of the
Germania house, situated at tho junction
ot Poplar and Tenth streets and Wash
intgon avenue, is prepared to
accommodate a few more day
hoarders at reasonable rates. The
table is first c'ass, containing always tho
best the season affords, and the general ac
commodations afforded are not surpassed
by any private boarding house in the city.
While filth is a great disease breeder, let
it accumulate where it may it becomes espe
cially dangerous when diffused through
our drinking water. Citizens appreciating
this fact should not fail, on the subridencc
of the sipe-water to at once call upon J. S.
Hawkins to look after thcr c'sterns. Such
work is a specialty with him, and he per
forms it cheaply, quickly and thoroughly.
GEXEARL LOCAL NEWS.
The Egyptian Social club will give
one of their enjoyable sociables about the
J. S. Hawkins can repair your cistern,
and insure you that grand essential to good
health dure water. See his business lo
cal. Mrs. S. Williamson has opened a
branch house on Eighth street opposite
the Alexander County Bank build'ng.
Miss Kiltie Alvord went to Chicago
yesterday, to resume her studies of elocu
tion. Miss Kittie will be missed by Cairo
The ladies of the German Catholic
church are making preparations for a
church fair to be bold about the 13th of
the present month.
"Earth Angels" selected for The Bul
letin by I. A. M. is received and will be
publishded in a few days as soon as we
can make room for it.
The river yesterday evening hail fallen
to a point 30 feet 6 inches above low water
mark a point three or four feet below the
crest of the sipe-water.
We saw, in a, short round yesterday,
the carcasses of five dead hogs afloat on 'ie
sipe-water. As to when and how they are
to be disposed of, we have no sugges 'ons
t j offer.
"1 nc election April 17 is for a school
trustee for township 17,range 1 west, and not
for "this district," as the notice stated yes
terday. As the whole township is com
prised in one district, however, the effect is,
as Charley Baker would say, "all the
The catching of untagged dogs m be
ing prosecuted with respectable hdustry;
but the work ahead in that ,:ne of effort is
of such magnitude that a mere contem
plation of it is exhausting. In a group of
seven dugs, on Nineteenth street, yesterday,
we saw five that were tagless possibly
"vagabond," all of them.
IH'iois Central stock attained the
highest figure two or three days ago, that it
has reached since the war. It sold in the
London market at $1.10 a fact that be
trays a grow'ng business from endur' lg
causes, or increased confidence : l the road's
sensible management, or both or Rome-
thinr else. In any event it is a healthy in
The examination of tho Cairo public
schools was brought to a close yesterday
afternoon Thursday and F.iduy having
been devoted to the high school. Over one
aindred visitors were present to witness the
closing exercises, which were varied and in
tcrest'og. Tapers ot marked merit were
read, for a few of w hich we hope to bo able
to find room in to-morrow's paper.
The regular monthly mcet'ng of the
Ca'vo Tax-payers' association was held last
evening. The resination of M. B. Ilarrell,
secretary ,to take etl'ect May 1st, was offered
and accented. Inereiinon Mr. M. J.
Howley was elected as Mr. Ila-rell's sue
March collections reported at
$00,00. A Commit, ee of five members, to
be named by the president in vacation
wasra'sed, to consider of tho condition of
the city, its snnitaiy and other needs, and
to report at next regular meeting
The pert little poem published else
where under the title of "Tho Substitute
Drafted," is offered by tho writer as u sub
stitute for the lost effusion for which our
fair correspondent, "Miriam," made inquiry
yesterday morning. Although not written
in the spirit that must hav moved the au
thoress of "As woman will, as woman do,"
it betrays a rhyming ability in "Buddy" that
is "not to be sneezed at." If "Mirrm" is not
satisfied with the "Substitute," it is barely
possible that "Buddy," (whom wo know to
be of a very accommodating disposition)
may try again.
TUcro was a largo turn out at the Re
form Club rooms last nigh, much larger
than was generally anticipated. Tho semi
annual election of officers was held, with
the following result: President Dr. C. W.
Dunning; first vice-president, James F.
Miller; second, vice Moses Phillips; third,
John Sullivan; secretary, Dr. J. S. Petrie;
financial secretaty, Capt. W. M. Williams;
treasurer, E. W. Green; stewarr, II. F.
Goodyear; first marshal, J. E. Henderson;
second, John Cornell, and sergeant at
arms, S. B. Peun.
Tho levee sewer at the intersection of
Levee and Fourth streets performs a service
that is bmited to the accommodations of
water below Sixth street. By tho construc
tion of a sewer under Commercial, at Fifth,
the Fourth street sewer would assist the
other levee sewers in emptying the custom
house and other ponds, and hasten the
drainage thereof three or four days. But a
small outlay would be involved in the con
struction of tho sewer across Commercial,
and much suiprise is expressed at the pro
traded delay in providing what is so mani
festly a public need.
The election to-day for two members of
the board of educadou, is exciting no ap
parent interest in any quarter. The ind ca
tions existing that Messrs. Fisher and
Thistlewood will be re-elected, seem to be
accepted as entirly satisfactory and as re
moving all occasion tor any effort to get
out a large vote. As no man can know
what a day or night may brng forth, it
would be a discreditable delinquency
should the influential friends of the public
schools, fail to appear at the polls. No
risks, in such elections, should be incurred.
Voters who feel any concern for the proper
management of the schools, should 8 :t as
if the result were largely dependent, as it
really may be, uion their individual votes.
If we were not an execrable shot
a shot gun, or if we coul l discharge 'hat
k;ud of a piece with f n absolute assurr tee
that the rebound wouldn't cripple
us, or that we wouldn't unintentionally put
the charge into the body of somebody s
young one, or do some o her terrible thing
because of our awkwardness, we'd certainly
. i . a 1
do as other yoi'ng men oi ne cu,' are uc
ing, i. e., we'd iucur the risk of lieing fined
for firiug at the eleven wild ducks in lake
Shannessy, that seem to so arrange them
selves that one well directed shot would
kill ail of them, for the diabolical pur
pose only of beguiling the charge from
somebody's shot gun ;n order that lat
some bod v might be punished for shooting
within the corporation. They'll jo up on
that game, yet.
Mr. Gladden, the colored men who lo
cated in this city last November, to operate
in the interest of a colored emigrant aid so
ciety, is still here. He exhibited to us
esterday, a paper, signed "W. O. Lynch,
general agent of the Kansas Freednlen's Re
lief Association," authorizing him (Mr. G.)
to operate among such colored emigrants
from the south as may reach Cairo, with a
two-fold purpose. First, to divert as much
as possible into other directions the stream
emigration setting Kansasward, it
being well knowj that the labor
market there is already greatly overstocked
and that hundreds of the immigrants after
arrival there, are subjected to great hard
ships; and ultimately driven by their needs
to other states for employment; and sec
ondly, to prevent, tho settlement of large
numbers in Cairo, where as in Kansas the
supply of labor is greatly 'i excess of the
demand. Mr. Lynch is a regularly or
dained minister of the gospel, rnd declares
that the association for which he and Mr.
Gladden aro operating has no
political aims, but is actuated solely by the
hope of being of service to the great multi
tude of colored people, who, for various
reasons, are leaving the south to seek homes
in the north. A business, notice connec
ted with this service, may lc found in an
-No single subject commanded more
attention at the hands of the sensible and
practical members of our legislature dur
ing its last session, than the subject of
lrainage. It was correctly regarded as
closely hinged with the agricultural inter
ests and sanitary problems of tho people,
and received, therefore, the careful study
its importance seemed to demand. Since
then many ot the ideas then advanced and
plans matured have been practically ap
plied, greatly advancing the controlling In
terests, and necessitating the establishment
of incidental interests or industries in all
parts of the state. Most prominent among
tho latter is the manufacture of earthen
drainage or sewer pipe. Hundreds of
thousands of dollars have already
been invested in this now in
dustry, and from no quarter come
complaints of uusatisiaetoi returns.
Handsome profits being the Invariable re
sult, wo aro led to inquire why an estab
lishment, capable of supplying at least a
part of tho constantly augmenting demand
for drainage and sewer pipe, iu southern
Illinois, is ,not erected and operated in
Alexander couuty? Cropping out on either
bank of tho river bolow and above Thebes,
aro strata of clay, inexhaustible in quantity,
that aro especially adapted for tho manu
facture ot tho pipo or any other article of
carthernwora, in tho production of
which liko crude material can be
employed. We havo only space to thus
hastily call . attention to tho eligible
chanco for investment offered by this coun
ty, and to add that if further details are
desired by those who "mean business" in
the matter, wo can placo such parties in
correspondence with well 'nformed resi
dents.who will esteem it a plessuro to im
part, with great particularity, a'l tho infor
mation in their possessiou.
Wo arc of those who regard the jury
system a legal nuisance, and would gladly
seo it numbered with the things that exist
in memory, and not n fact. But, while
tho system is mp'uta'ned at all, we should
be sorry to seo it hampered 'n its apprecia
tion, and rendered still more obno.lous to
the civilization of the times, by such inter
pretations of the statute and common law,
as were recently given by Judge Morn, of
the Cook county circuit court. In the face
of the fact that the statute oflll'nois de
clares the essential qualifications of a juror
to be, that he shall speak and under
stand the English bnguagc; hat he
shall be of somd m'nd rnd a
legal voter n the face of this,
Judge Morcn has declared that the
statute is incomplete, and that, therefore, a
resort to the common law is necessary to
determine who are really qualified to sit as
jurors. Hence, since the old common law
requires a freehold qua'inYation, Judge
Morrn would exclude from the jui box
all those who, in addition to ":e reqir c
ments of the statute, would not answer the
freehold requirement of the emmon law.
TIik at all events, is the subs!: nee of t'ie
judge's decision, as puti'ished : i the news
papers, pnd a most dangerou md extraor
dinary decision it is. Its tendency
would be to create a privi
lodged class, and to deny to the
accused in our couits of justice, the right
which is the only distinguishing an I com
mendable feauire of the jury system the
right of every man to be tried by a jury f
his peers. There is, n truth, nut a single
fact involved within the scope of the decis
ion that commends it to the approval of the
people. It would nut bring to the jury box
any greater degree of intelligence or per
sonal integrity than is secured under the
statute. It would divest the system of its
only really democratic feu. .ire, pnd would
give vitality to the exploded i lea that prop
erty in itself ought to confer special pri '
leges and dignities an ilea so hurt
ful and viciom that the great
mass of th'j people would cry
out, as with the voice of a tingle m m,
against its adoption even in the regulation
of the right of suffrage, and much more
earnestly would they protest against its in
corporation ;nto rny law intended to affect
more directly the rights of person ar 1
property, under cither our chil or criminal
code. As we have already int'iuuted, we
should be glad to see the jury system effec
tually tabooed as an arm ot our judicial sys
tem; and, although Judge Moran's decision
is well calculated to hasten such nn end, we
have no wish to sec it accomplished through
the operation of such means. Toe dccM-m
should bt reversed, therefore, with all pos
Property-holders and ir'luetuial cif
zens generally, are waking up to the neces
si.; of giving some attention to the ap
proaching city election. They liuve, and
very properly too, arrived at the conclusion
that it is a matter of some consequence to
the city that good men and Irue be elec
ted, in their respective wards, as aldermen.
In tin; Fifth ward the voters seem determ
ined to take no refusal from Mr. Tom Hal
liday; but to insist upon his cmdid iey for
re-election. We certainly join the Fifth
warders in the assertion that Mr. Halliday
cannot be spared from the council. His
presence there is more of a need to the c'uj
at large than to the Fifth ward, and we
therefore urge his immediate constituents to
stand firmly iu their determination not
to excuse him. In the Fourth ward Mr.
Kynaston declines re-election, ami a strong
pressure will be brought to bear upon Mr.
John Y. Turner to offer himself as a candi
date. Mr. Turner is an old citizen of un
impeachable integrity, of good practical
sense and with a will to employ it on all
proper occasions. His election would in
sure tho presence in tho council, of a faith
ful ami honest member from tho Fourth
ward. Iu the Third ward there is a grow
ing disposition to re-elect Capt. Wright
His course in the present council commands
veiy general approval, and in nil tho issues
presented, he always seemed to bo moved
by an honest purpose to serve tho
ends which he believed to bo
right. Iu the. Second ward there
is a manifest purpose to insist upon the re
election of Mr. C. R. Woodward. Ho has
served his constituents faithfully, , has
shirked no dmy, and is, in its broadest and
best sense, n 'friend of Cairo. From the
First ward we have no positive information.
Mr. Howley has shown himself ono of the
most intelligent and attentive aldermen
that ever represented that ward. Mr. Saup
is a new member, but takes hold of busi
ltess with a knowing hand. We do not
know, therefore, that tho ward could In any
wav better itself by changing tho compost
tion of Its present delegation. Tho city
will need its best men in Its councils dur
ing the next few years, and no citizen, who
I is deserving tho name of citizen, can justify
liimself in any neglect or indifferenco in a!
matter of such general and vital consc-j
quenco as tho pend'ng election is liable tol
provo to b
For the Calr Bu'iutln.
THE SUBSTITUTE DRAFTED.
Whero fashion sits enthroned a Queen,
There "Woman's way," is often seen ;
Doformed waist, complexion i "
"Women do, as women wi1'."
Where courtly dames and pride have sv, jy,
And "caste" is taught to rule the day;
Where scandal carves with killing skill,
"Women do, as women will."
Where leve is taught to como and go,
By woman's will, you know 'tis so;
Importunate lovur, handsome "Bill,"
"Women do, as women w '11."
Where H, .nen claims the nuptial pair,
Happiness climbs a golden stair;
Where money fills the pocket's ti'
"Women do, as women will."
Cairo, Ills., April, 2, rm
Mr. M. Gladden, a colored mm of gool
standing, from the south, having made bij
headquarters at Cairo, IUa., and gained th I
confidence of all who know him, has a-l?
sisted in finding homes for the emph-ymei,
oi more than WO heads of families in Ills
nois and Iowa, has been appointed for tl.jfj
present to superintend the reception an
distribution of colored refugee and em''"'
grants from the south. Any favors rondel,
e l to him in his work w ill be greatly nfi',
preciated. Yours truly, f
W. 0. Lynch, 'j
General Manager, Topeka. Kaiw:i j
'OLD TRIM" ON HANI) AGAIN.
HE GIVES HIS PONOoLA I't'lISffHS A UL'i
SEN )S AN At'CKITAllLE BUIXiKT OP I.OCA jf
NhWS AND ritoNOUNCKS KTf.OOY llt
TOM IiOLTON'8 CHARACTER KOlt VERACIT' t',
Just a!MUt the time that the ground go ;
ilry enough lor Ilounng, and our farme
hie themselves to the fields, our croakt
begin to show signs of using "cuss Words
for they have predicted that the year
will be a failure to the husbandman. Tl sf
morning, however, you may see an occ j
sioual one with the broad grin of conteib
ment on his face. You ask why is thijivj
The answer is, the rain is pouring straig!
down, and of course farming operations ujM
suspended, and tlu prospect lor bri J
rather dubious. Now wo are inclined V
think tli it. all such croakers when thev (
ought to go "where they don't show ,
snow." If such are consigned to the i '
gions where they don't shovel snow, wlj
should Ix-'Hhe fute of another class oft?
geunshorno lit would be more appreda'V
it written "geuns hogs'") who run aroul '
with petitions, hunting signers to let
squelch setiae newspaper man's corresp -J
denti It is generally concede 1 that dn
gists, doctors, merchants, an 1 ex-churi'
bell ringers, are men of
shallow tniu is, and wc believe
generally they arc pretty well inform' J j
We learn tint of such were the late p-jv
turners against the notoriously wick "I 't
Trim," who, to let tkem tell it, has w
nigh ruined the fair fame of Dongola. j
shall not say where such ought to ,
Brownlow spoke of a place where a i ,
tain denomination, wav down below, wf
holding close communion. Let them
there and get petitioners. ()
A thorough examination ot tlepe" '
buds, shows that, thus far, the fruit is ;
hurt, in the vicinity of Dongola. Apt J ;
pears, and plums, are all safe as yet.
the prosp ct is gvd for a good time in f
Recently wi have been over the couiM
quite extensively we mean in the vieiiiM
ot Don.ola, and we must say that the p ?
pect for a heavy wheat crop never was
tor. There is an increase of fully 2)
cent, in lite acreage over last year s ito; ,
l'nmn .minti w rinliliv ihvr'!nriiiv '
resources, and in a few years is bourn
ran among the most wealthy c.
ties in Illinois. When passing
and down among her rural popmal
we notice much pride, of the right k
and thrift. We can, in Union county,
the bill for anything belonging to the
lul. Our timber and soil resources, caii
be beaten, and when it comes to stonJ
building purposes, she is not to be excel
The worst drawback onlnioncoun
that 2i i.OOO debt. That, however, wiS
squared off smne time, and T. F. Bou
of the Jonesboro Gazette, elected push ;
of tho United States. When this is '
Humiliated we shall have peace, for
will not have n member iu his cabinet
will tell a lie. No siree, for Bouton lj f
liars. Do wonder if, when he was a
he didn't own a hatchet and hack a cl
Dongola, April 2, 1880.
Wednesday, A.prU 7i,
Af-rmtNOON AND EVENINU.
MAL and DltAPEI
Famoiu Company In tho great moral aud pi
"Uncle Tom's Oabi
Grand Soenlc ani) Mocliynioii eiiwta. a , ,i
ditnkev. Full baud of COLORED 3 lit
Mntliicent. Evening nt o clock p. m ', 7
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aurvod wuu can bu had at Uartmau'i now