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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY C, 1881.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN,
OFFICIAL l'Al'KH OFCliY AND COUNTY'
BN1 KltKI) AT T1IK TUST OFFICE IS CAIKO, 11
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LOCAL WK.WIIEH KF.l'uHT.
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Time. Bur. Ther. Hum. W'lud. Vel Weather.
s SK 1 Cloudy
s calm 0 Cloudy
rii o Cloudy
ki 8W 3 Cloudy
U..,,,.i,,n T..,n.,..r.ilnr,l. ll'Jd UlutUIUm Tcin-
;rture '.'Hj: Ualnfall i-l Inch.
River, .".fuel 6 Inch., BllUluuar.
Serf't Signal Cores. U. ti. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In lull column, Are cents per lino, each
To whom it may Concern.
Drv goods merchants, grocery men, ami
all others arc hereby notified not to sell
goods ou my account to anyone, vithout a
written order signed by myself, as I will
not pay any bills for goods purchased
without my written order.
New Billiard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala lias taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dau'l llartman, on the comer of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, and 1ms
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. He has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished fur in a tirst-cia establishment,
he has spaired no pains to make his place
one of the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and see him.
Oyster! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! liulk oysters 'N re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Ualtimivre
oysters received in cans, direct trom the
packers, by every express. Pish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "lied Snapper,"' the king among fish
and th" delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio I.f.rce and
Eighth street. Rohkkt Hkvitt, Ag"t.
Ovi:u 155.000 Howe scales sold. Bor
den. Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mu.
Sure cure for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsia ami all derangements of the system.
Both rooms, 12S Commercial avenue, over
Tabev's jewelry store. Terms: Single baths,
f 1.00; six baths, $5.00. Trv them.
W. II. Mauean,
At Tat Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter. and other wines May he enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Iit. Fitzgerald, ut the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a buss down to a
sulky, ali in a first-class condition, as well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable tigureson a moment's
notice at his '"Hoimc Mamou". His jiliied-i"
ausiuf-s is in connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
Mr. Fred Koehlers Butcher Shops.
Mr. Fred Koehler's two butcher shops,
the one up town ami the other down town,
on Eighth street, are both constantly stock
ed with the choicest fresh meats ami sau
sages of tvery description. He has suc
ceeded by fair dealing and excellent goods
in establishing for hiimclf and enviable
reputation mid it good trade. His places of
busiiiesJ will Wopcn until ten o'clock a.m.
:.nd fr m three until nine o'clock p. m.
1KIWN TII1.Y 00.
Winters old reliable oyster depot have
ud'ioed the price of oysters to 25, ''" and
45 cts for choice sel-cts. Mobile oysters
n bulk received daily and for sale by the
il"en, hundred, quart or gallon. Hciuem
I'l l tin- stand,
Wi.vrntV OVfTKK Dmrr,
Un Eiglith street.
lo:; l.ri'i's oats straw; 5.000 pounds choice
lull butter, at !! cent per pound: '-'00 bills.
:i!es, at 1.50 per bbl.. for sale by G. M.
Ai I. 'ii. 7s )hio Levee.
Saved from Death.
Mi-. .T.i'Vjb Wiiiison, Marion, ()., says lur
. li'i'.d was not expected to live, owinztoii
severe iittuck of Croup; she tried Dr.
Thoni is' Kelectric Oil, which gave immed
Mr. C. Cli-ii d'iinen, Marion, ()., used Dr.
Tiiom i-' Jv.'leetric i.)il for Bunions; he says
i! t: i st start he tliou.-ht it was l;ke the rest
"f the advertised humbugs, but was agreea
bly disappoint..',! and now would not he
withov'. some in the house for any uii.ney,
Pau.U. Sen i ii, Agent.'
If vol ahe tired taking the large old
fashioned griping pills, try Carter's Little
Liver Pills and take some comfort. A
man can't stund everything.
Budleii's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, gores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruption-. ' This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every cose or money refunded, Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by (ii;o. E. (VIIaiia
i ImSiD N ill
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thenc columns, tea csnts per Hue,
each lniertlon. Marked
Circuit court lias adjourned uutil Satur
day. Chief of Police Robinson is in Du
Quoin. Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at P. Korsineyer's.
Mr. James R. McClurc, who has been
down with measles, is able to be about
The little children of Mr. W. B. Tettis
have been quite sick for a few days, but
are now convalescent.
Mr. James Barclay's little child was
reported worse last evening and uo hopes
were entertained of its recovery.
Miss Laura Pfifl'erling returned to St.
Louis yesterday to resume her studies at
the academy of the Sacred Heart.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at P. Korsmeyor's.
Mr. T. F. Pharo, of Harrisburg. has
during the last two weeks, loaded and sent
to this city, twelve or fifteen car loads of
wood which was sold as soon or before its
- A number of street crossings were yes
terday widened so as to prevent tire engines.
when drawn over them, from running oil'
on one or the other side as has been invar
iably he case heretofore.
Mr. Frank Cassiday, one of Cairo's
popular young men, will to-day take unto
himself a wife one of the accomplished
young ladies of New Madrid. The cere
mony will be perforniud nt the bride's
The CairtfiVeekly News made its ap-
jitaxauc? yesterday evening. It is not en
larged in size and retains the patent inside.
We hope that it will succeed in making a
living for its publishers, ana u4 doubted! v
A forty-thousand-dollar tire occurred
at Carmi Monday last, in which Breunan"
dry goods store, Carver's grocery store:
Stewart's drug store, KokaFs hardware
store. Willis' photograph galley and the
normal schoul were burned.
A young gentleman residing in the
lower portion of the city is writing a drama
which he proposes shall shortly be present
ed ou the stage of the atheneuin by home
talent. The scene is laid in the county of
Cork, Ireland, in the year '07.
Miss Winnie Sanborn, of Anna, who
spent New Year's day in this city, has
been kindly remembered by one of our
. . . i . . , . 1 . L
young gallants, wun several volumes oi
poems from the best authors, for which
she is duly grateful. So -tliey" say .
It is the private opinion of the Free
port Bulletin, publicly expressed, that when
II. m Joim II. oijcily returns to the editor
ial profession he will be where he naturally
belongs. It is pleased at the probable re
turn of Mr. Oberly to the editorial chair.
Mr. Louis ICoehler, Jr., yesterday re
ceived a fine heifer, weighiug eighteen
hundred pounds, w hich will be placed upon
his counter this morning and all who would
cat a really fancy piece of beet can obtain
it by calling upon him ut his shop on
We learn from the "(.heat West," a
journal published at Derive!. Col., that
Joseph Arnold, a former resident ot Cairo,
has been promoted to the position of as
sistant superintendent of the Hocky Moun
tain detective force. Mr. Arnold has long
been an efficient member of the force.
We direct attention to the statement of
Alexander county bank, which appears in
unotlier column this morning. Each recur'
ring quarterly statement as may be seen,
ives further evidence of carelul manage
ment an I close attention cn the part of its
officer and directors to the interests of its
We are told by the "good book" that
if our faith is no larger than a grain of
mustard seed, we inny move mountains
with it, yet, uithuugh'our faith is as large
as n mountain, we will not undertake the
task of moving the authorities to gradiii"
and leveling Eiglith street before placing
the rock upon it.
"Bob Ingersoll says no man should be
elected president who has not loved a wo-
mun ami married her nud reared a family.''
ccordiug to this rule we should elect a
Mormon. The Mormon has not only loved
a woman, but several of them; andns for
families, he doesn't undertake to keep a
record of his litters.
Joe Robarts is in Springfield in : tlje
interest of the editor of the Cairo News,
who is a candidate for doorkeeper of the
house at the coining cession. Joe is a
gonial fellow and a good talkfr, and if he
will but keep his mouth open long enough
something may finally come out of it which
will crown his efforts with success.
The "State Journal," published at the
state "Capital, appears in a new dress and
improved form, which is very becoming and
attractive The Journal is, notwithstanding
the tact that it is republican in politics, the
best edited paper in the city of Springfield
being nlwavs filled with fresh news nud
able articles upon popular subjects.
A sociable and dancing party under
tho auspices of Temperance Reform club
will take place at temperance hall. Tuesday
evening January Uth. It is the tiitofa
series to be given during tho winter months.
and every ''H'oi t will be made v mule it a
comph te success. Ticket of adu "mion
will be 50 cents, The following gentlemen
are the committee of arrangements: ,T. P,
Miller, C.R.Stuart, Frank Heley and E
E. Comings. The floor managers arc
Phil C. Barclay, ('has. Baughman, Eugene
Ellis, Dr. Frank MetcalfttudW. B. Wil
About fifteen men prisoners from
our city jail were yesterday put to work
with sledge hammers upon the rock lying
on Eighth street to prepare it for paving
the street. This is a good beginning and
should be persisted in so long ns there are
streets to pave in Cairo.
Col. Phocion Howard, writing to tho
Chicago Tribune from Springfield says
that the Thirty-second general assembly
promises to be a very decent body. The
body being decidedly republican this
statement was necessary. Were it demo
cratic it would be decent as a natural com
sequence, and any statement to that effect
would be superfluous.
At a meeting of the council, Nov. 10,
ult it was resolved, ou a resolution in
troduced by Alderman Blake, that the
corporation counsel be directed to examine
into and due the rights of the city and
ot the different railroad companies, on
Commercial avenue, Levee street ami
Second street, and in compliance with this
resolution Mr. Gilbert has submitted a
lengthy and able opinion, which will be
published iu The Bru.rnx in the near
It is desirable for the interest of city
officials that police headquarters and the
council chamber be supplied with the tele
phone. The reasons for this are obvious.
The former, by placing all parts ol the city
in communication with the officers' head
quarters, would enable citizens, and officers
on duty, to summon aid when wanted.
The latter would be put to use in innumer
able ways. The city clerk has business
with a great many persons all ovtr the city:
aldermen and others have business with
him, all of which could h transacted by
telephone and save much running to and fro.
A rare chance will shortly be offered
to lovers ot bourse lle.-h to secure one of
the finest animals in Southern Illinois for
a small consideration. Mr. John Sproat,
having more horses than he has use for,
has Jcdided to dispose of his mare Mattie.
She can be made to trot 2A) if properly
handled, and is a young and very gentle
animal. She will be disposed of by
chance, tickets costing two and a half
dollars apiece. As to who wins her will be
determined by a man shooting with a shot
gun at a revolving wheel the nearest shot
to the centre of the winning number get
The New York Times pitches into mod
ern comets and says they are shabby affairs,
it wants one of the old-fashioned sort one
like that of IS., which was "so horrible
nud dreadful and engendered such terror
in the minds of men that they died, sonic
from fear alone, others from illness engen
dered by fear. It was ol immense length
ami blood red color; at its head was seen
the figure of a curved arm, holding a large
sword in the hand, as if preparing to strike
At the point of this sword were three stars,
and on either side a number of axes, knives
and swoid;, covered with blood, among
which were many hideous human faces,
with brisii'mg beard and hair.
The latest Puck has an engraving
which, in th" humble opinion of Tin-: Bn.
nriN, does it no credit. In it the married
man's life is represented as happy in all re
spects, while the single man ends as a
drunken tram). The truth is, that many
thousands of married men die drunkards,
and that many young inei do not become
drunkards until al'ir marriage, while
many single men, who die batchelo'?, ie
temperate persons. When the single man
dies a drunkard, there is no such misery as
that which occurs when the married drunk
ard dies, for no prior, disgraced wife and
children are hit to an unequal stiiiggh' with
the world. Shoot at, such pictures as that in
the latest Puck.
About .six!y-f.v; sub.cribers to the
telephone system have been placed in per
fect communication with one another and,
so far as we can learn, are all entirely sat
isfied with the manner in which it works.
The wires are. in constant use, keeping a i
man continually employed at the central
office to connect and disconnect the wires
of communicants, who seem now to bo
pretty well versed in the manner of using
the instruments. We hear many expres
sions ol delight from subscribers, ut the
facility with which the duties of every day
life can be disposed of. The housekeeper
orders victuals; the merchant settles mat
ters of business with his fellow-merchants;
friends hold pleasant converse with one
another, find everybody is brought into a
closer relationship with eycry one else. The
telephone is a blessing to Cairo, which is
already felt by the community.
As an item of more than usual interest
to Cairoites, we publish the following dis
patch, fent from St. Louis to the Chicago
Times on the 2nd in;it.: "Nearly $1,090,
000 have been raised in this city to nid in
the construction of the St. Louis und Texas
narrow-gauge railroad, a line which is now
being built from Texarkana to Waco, Tex.,
and which it is deigned to extend from
the former point to Cairo, 111., there to con
nect with the nai iow-;:au:.'e road to St.
Louis. It is also intended to push tho road
from Waco to the !!io (liaiale, t, (onnect
withth' P.i!inor-Su!i'.vai! ty.fm. which is
to 1" ci'ii-'.r'ii'.i.d to t!;e i.jtv ,. McMcy un
der concessions lately obtained by Gen.
Palmer, of tho Denver and Rio Grande road,
from tho Mexican government. It is also
in contemplation to ultimately build a narrow-gauge
road from 8t. Louis or Cairo to
New Voile, and thus hnvo a continuous
narrow-gauge line from tho latter place to
tho city of Mexico. A syndicate has been
formed in New York to carry out this giant
project, aud sufficient money to complete
the road, it is said, has already been raised.
The lino between Cairo and Texarkana will
be finished in the course ot a year, as tho
work of construction will bo pushed from
Yesterday morning Mr. John Sproat
had occasion to send one of his men for an
empty barrel, of which he has a number
under the sidewalk at the corner of Twelfth
street and Ohio Levee. While handling
one of tho barrels tho man dis
covered in it a dead mulatto infant, not
more than eight or ten hours old, which was
wrapped in un old colleo bag. The coroner
was notified and selected a jury,
consisting of Messrs. Walsh, Schutter,
McMannus, Holly, Nowotney and Quinly,
who immediately went to work to unravel
the mystery, but up to the present writing
have met with little success. The corpse
has b'-eu removed to the court
house where the jury will
again meet this afternoon, and any persons
iu the possession of information that may
leal to the discovery of the guilty party
or parties are requested to bo present.
Day before yesterday, while the ruffian
"Bed Dilion" was being lead through the
jail gate he made very light of his fate,
saying that "twenty days iu jail was
nothing; the time would soon pass, nud he
would be a tree man again." lie takes it
quite philosophically, and why should he
not: Men like him, would enjoy life any
where and under any circumstances, if
honesty and virtue is not required of them.
His pals, however, have held a consultion
ami have decided to "raise" the amount of
the fine i. e. one hundred dollars, and pur
chase his release from jail. How they will
go about the bu;ness of "raising" the
money, is a question that, under the cir
cumstances, will admit of but one answer,
to-wit: steal it. They are not men who
would stoop to honest labor to earn their
own food and raiment, much less would they
toil honorably to help another, even though
he be one of themselves. They are
a gang of desperadoes unscrupulously
determined, hungry for spoil and about as
near totally depraved ns human beings are
capable of becoming. If they "raise" the
money to release their leader, it will be
by the use of skeleton keys, 'jimmies,"
augurs, clubs, iron knuckles and possibly
knives, and we will hear of a series of bold
burglaries, and now and then of a man
whose prostrate form was found at some
dark street corner with blood-covered
head and riiMed po.'kets. This will be the
"work" of the men who would pay Bed
Dillon s line.
As soon as the telephone exchange is
in perfect working order Tin: Bi.j.i.ktin
office will, upon tiie request of a number
of sub ci ibers, publish a chart, containing
the names nud numbetsof the subscribers
in plain type, and so arranged that they
may be found at a glance. The card w ill
be of convenient size ami may be hung
near the instrument. The following is a
list of the names of the subscribers to the
system, together with their numbers, whose
instruments aie iu pi t feet working
order: Iltl.i.l.TiN o!!';,;o, No. 15;
How ley, M. J.: No. 'JT: M. V. T. Co., No.
11: Tuber lir.w.. No. 05; Walker,
Harry. No. 1; Williamson, G. D.,
No. 70; Barclay Bros., Eighth and
Washington, No. M; Barclay. J. S.. res
idence, No. .'!?: Barclay, P. W., resi
dence, No. i;:j; Bristol, W. L., No. 51;
I'ocli, Y., No. ',','; Stegahi. Joe, cor. Sixth
and Commercial, No. Ml; Smith, Dr. W. II.
No. 1 1 : C. It. Suurt No. !); Thisilcwood
A. B: o No. U'r. Waiter. Jacob, No. SI; B.
F. Blake, No. r,5;C. y. Heinjerson, "0 ; D.
Ilaiiinan. '.);)-, Cairo City Gas Company, 0 :
Argus office, No. '."s; Barclay Bro's Ohio
evee, No. -Ml; Candee, H. II., ollic", No. GO";
City National Bank, No.l 1; Ellis, Eugene
Iv, No. UO; Halliday Bro's, warehouse, No.
07; Herbert. Louis, No. 0; Ilinklc, Moore
&, iliukle, No. 10; Howe, C. M.
Si Bio., No. :jl; Carle, A. J., No.
IV; Comings, A., office, No. 41; Clark,.
J. C, No. 02; Dunning, Dr. C. W.,
No. 50; Egyptian Mills, No. 52; Gali-
gher & Son, Ne. 17; (loldstino & Rosen-
water, No. 01); Green, Wood & Bennett,
No. 78; Halliday, W. P., No. CI; .loco
lyn, W. C, residence, No. 58; Koehler,
Louis, No. 1)1; Pettis .V Bird. No. Cl.
WOMEN'S CLl'H AND LIBRARY ASSO
CIAT10X. Tho regular meeting of the W. C. and L.
A. yesterday afternoon was well attended
by the members, together with several visi
tors, ladies and gentlemen, who listened
with great interest to the well written und
charmingly read papers, by Mrs. Walter
Warder, upon Household Decoration in its
relation to Home Culture. Mrs, Warder
showed u thorough acquaintance with her
subject, und treated it in a scholarly, at
tnictivo and womanly manner, giving
many useful hints and beautiful thoughts,
interwoven with practical good sense. Tho
paper was well and ably discussed by Mrs (5
II, Lyman, Mrn. E. C. Chirk, Mrs. Cindee
mid others. At the conclusion t,f
literary rxercis''", the as,i:',ution
received an agreable Mirp;iso m the pr...
taliot'.o. a lav ::id h Mid -cue oil pairm,;,
representing Shakespeare, surrounded by
Scott, Dickons, Longfellow and Tennyson,
tho work of Professor Frederick Sanders,
the artist, who in this graceful and appro
priate manner expressed his interest in and
appreciation of tli work of the association.
Tho presentation of tho picture was made
by Mrs. II. II. Candee, tho secretary, iu
some well chosen remarks, and responded
to most happily, by the president, Mrs. P,
A.Taylor, in behalf of the association. The
giver and recipients were equally honored
and gratified, and tho occasion is one that
will bo long remembered with pleasure.
DID JACK JONES CHEAPEN BOA KB?
The fact that Mr. Jones, tho Commercial
avenue shoemaker, had recently thrown
Dr. Tanner completely iu the shade by
fasting at Washington hall, in this city, had
almost slipped our memory, but was yes
terday very forcibly recalled to our mind
by u conversation of which we were within
"I tell you what" said ono of tho crowd,
who had a nose on him like the tin scoop
of a sugar harrell, "I'll just be danged if
Jones and Tanner haven't shed a heap of
light on this world and since Jones' fast,
board has got dirt cheap in Cairo. These
fellows, who boss hash foundries, ain't
quite as independent and now a poor man
has a chance to live."
"That's true," squeaked a little man who
was the possessor of sore eyes and big feet
Jones said he would beat Tanner and he
stuck it out like the man that he is. He
knew what he was about you can bet on
"Shontlomona," said Charlie Plifferling.
who had listened attentively, "you dinks
dot man Jones vent square mit dot little
pisness all de vay oud:"
"Certainly we do," they replied.
"You dinks dere vas noding snide in
dot starvation work';"
"Not a thing wrong about it."
"Veil, you vas sluist mistaken veu you
dinks so. Maybe you take me for a shack
ass, lut you vas uiishdaken some more. I
know a goublo of dings und Jones don't
fool me py a long shump. It yuu donn for
got he drinks Seltzer water at John Gates'
so soon as his fast vas over."
"Yes that's so."'
"You recollect d'U:"
"He did for a fuct."
"Veil shentlemens do you subbose dat
ofder he drinks dot vay I pelievehe vasted
more days den Tanner midoud anyding in
his sdummick. Py tain, it vas so much
voolishness as neffcr vas pcf-re. Charley
PfilTerlingatn no shackass. und doun you
forgot dot eder. Yen I vas in der Conved
erate army mit Stonewall Shacksnn I vent
for fife days midoud anyding to eat, und my
pody vas shust so veuk as a shnial! leedle
kitten-cat. I tackled seltzer water mine
self, und py tdiing, I doun f got do-3
grampj iu mine .stumnnck vt dive-ted
mine ve"-t mit mine ears und made me
look shust like a shumpiug-shaek and
sick fur dree days und nighds. After dot
bain vas gone I vas shu-t more avraid of
dat seltzer water den I vas of der tain
Yankee.-'. Jones nelfer vasted so long he
sad lie did ; ef he done dot his sdummick
vouid haf peen as drieder as spring
hhicken shust so soft as a leedle baby
von yeek ot age, und he would hab died
deader as a herring in vifdeen minutes
af lor dot .stuff struck his stummick. May
pe. I do.m know a gor.ple of dings about
dose S.-tlzer waters mineself, und ven you
dinks dot Charley Piiil'.-rling vas oil' mit
his paso on sum question you vill pe so tani
pa lly fooled dot you dinks you doan got
some pisne-s loafing around here any
more," and Charley looked as wise as if he
knew what ho was talking about. It
is now in order for Mr. Jones to offer an
for the II'ilMln.
ll!iic vvi iiw Tin: si i, luio.i'.-.
''fYlltrill Dili' e !" "fen trill oiV.ri.'!"
Well, wlmt iId nu w mm ;
I" a rrv Hint you'll lour i very liny
If you'll put to jour er tlei t-1'. phone tulie.
You can lintr every wuril tlml lie y my. ,
It" Usei" HP' too 11 II 131 rollM tl) tlitllli.' nil til yell,
So I'll Jlltt jive VOIl II felV III' tilt! I.OlM,
Ami Hu ll yon run put It rii;lit ta' k ou tho hunk
Atiilnlvi' tlicrour lliin; a rent.
Vim can rail Mr. Duimliur, uny Imurof nil.t;
You inn call I.alltie, If you nee a lilj fiht;
You run call Carle, Hi livuryinau, a lei;'uy to
You can ear, nut Ui( Arabs. In rau of a Up;;
Y'oii can call, "I. it me ice, I'vo to atop and
Ynu can call John Kuchlcr, to lirliitf you a drink ;
You can rail Mill Barclay, wlio alwiiji looks
Yon can call Loiil Km uliT, when you want any
Y'ou can call Mr. Sperk. Iflie'a not cnitotea;
You cuu cull Mr. IVltln Unit kc-rp the froccry;
You can call Put Fltztrnrulil, If you tuiuk it not
You can rail Loulu Herbert, here oymiirs are
You can call (loldKtlnc ami HoH'iiwatcr, w itliout
trouble, I know;
You cat) aek Hurry Walker, If lie'i B"l S")l,1
You can call Illnklu, Mourn & IlliiUo. i1ito
tliey keep pork no frepli ;
For iilrn ilreifc'l poultry, you can cull Valentino
Yon can cull Mr. .luceWn for teeth that re nl!
If you are imni to luillil, you cur. call Lancaster
You (iiu rail TnHer lirox., for a fine RoW brcaH
pin; You rim call No. V, Mid Ret Til mru.i"'''N !
You cm. nil to the court bou-o Hum rvl.ito.ee,
) ou cm cull Ktiuono Elll, u.ou H
You can cull tho Ntw Yo,Utoi" and baie pno.U
YourunniU.bo W" niloi, ..,,,1 -ec Nu.o
V ,m!ul1l..r .' I""""' UM1 ,"''1"ftl
oAi.r., inn minnow Kiitltnra hvloiiulno
P tothel)illlrlluHillldlnK. Apply ,t thJ
un I) mi. - mm 1 1 mtum t
Foil mi.k on TitAiiK-41) arrm of ir.x.d fanning land
"l.i in inn i,iiiKd, ncriHHl il. II1U rami
out ol which one urn; Iihh been tuken olf corner
for burying urouiid, Will mi-II at a ureal biiruam
lor l anh or iruilu for utork of uny kind . Meet mo
at Milliter' Hotel January Sth to loth, or Villa
Itlilire Jaiiiiury 11th and IJlli. K. II. DliOWN
OF TIIK CONDITION
Alexander County Bank.
Caiuo, III., Monday, Jan. 3rd, lvjl.
I.ntinK ami nitfromit w 177 r
Hue from oilier Hunk : ),
'i l on band ii.iiA 07
(limit mid furniture .mmiiii
ICcul ltuU' i ',7 y,
. ..$J"i..i) eo
... w 41
J.l A HII.ITIE-
Cupltul tmk paid 111
K irn t ii tTH
i i !.'; '.'I
We, F. JlroKF. Vre.Ment, io..l II W .:. ( a-h-ler,
do Koleniiily i"i ar Hint tin- ,i!ue t n l-n.'-rit l
true to the bei-t of our kri w li-i' .- uml belief.
K lii.iiss. pfnid.-iit.
t. , , 'I Wb I.I.S. I u.bi.-r.
SuliHrnheil aiiij invuru t" in.!, ire me tto ftti d t
of Jauuury, . e'fiM N,i-,.
N tit irv TaiMic
rjHIE CITY NATIONAL HANK
Cuiro illii -..s
CAPITAL, 10 0.000
W. V. IIAI.MDA Y. I'roMdM.'.
II. I- IIAI.I.IDAY. Ylre l'r-ii!"t.i
THUS W. IIAI.I.IDAY. ( a-Lier.
i ptaats ta vitn, w. r. riAitrfAT.
UKNUV L. IIAI.MIHT, It. II tl NNISMIA
I. WU.UAJIoN, fTEl'IIEN WHO,
h. n re -,re.
F.xchaii?e,(.;i..aiii Piiited sr.ttea Bonds
n'('(,irr and si ;.:i
DepcfitT". c.ved a::,: fener; !.,; i.a bAiseM
oriMUCtrii " W
ui, .ii vai:;
( W. WIIKKLKK,
Summer Wood and Kindlini;
cottatJly on bind
At Seventy-five rontx per load.
S t a v u T r i m mine:
At olio dollar tier load.
Tie' "trliiiinti. t'" " un' f cur,- '.t.t ar.d nuf
the hcut HUiu.'i'T vm,ii1 fur roekini.' p::rpi" a e'.l
h the clival" ft ever in Cairn. For bluck-
mfhV ii-.- l ij i-.-t t : i T ir.p. tbi.v are i:iii'(iia..e'i.
Leave yn'..r ord, f at ttie 'l .-Mh 'tre.-t wood yar 1
MILL AMI ( O.MMIW'N.
ITa: riik is
FLOUR. (iltAIN AXD HAY
II iirlifst Cash Pricp Paid for WLeat.
YOCUM it BROPEP.ICK, ,
STAPLE and FAXCY
Wa.-Oiiiiirtori Avenue, Coiv
M t o
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- j5 W
5? - B'
CITY FEJIIIY CO.
THREE idSQ STATES.
em ami afti'r Monday, .luiipth, and until hirtber
notice tbe ferryboat will iimlie trlpa as follows:
I.KAV1! I.KAVM l.KAVKS
Font Fourth ft. Mlnxjtirl I.and'g. Kanlneky Ld'g.
H:"i a. w.
IH:oo a. m.
4:1m p. m.
f::in a. m.
lo::in u. in.
'l:w i. m.
4 :.",( p.m.
n a. m.
1) a. tic
H ii. ip.
3 p. m