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THE DAILY CAIRO HULLKTIN: SUNDAY MOIINING, JANUARY .",0, i,H81.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTKHKO AT T11K 1WT OKKIC IN CAIKO, IL
LINOIS, AS fKCOMK-UHH MATTKK.
I.OCAI. WKATIIKK HKI'ORT.
Cairo, III.. .Inn. IHMI. (
Time. IUr. flier. Hum. Wind- Ve Welhflr.
TVm nT, "sT w" VlT J Cloudy
7 " ;H4
"Mailinurn T.'mpratur. Hiu Minimum iem-
n.raturit VH i; Knlufall. (imnilin.
Kivcr, 34 led 1 linnc. l ull
W. II. KAY.
Situ'I Sicnal Corps, V. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticcf In thin column, ftvu n ulu per lino, rain
The cormrtnrrsliip heretofore t-xistinr lic
tween us is this Tiny dissolved ley unit u id
V. Ii. I'KTTIS,
A. J. iJiui).
. A piirtiiersliip hiis this lny leeu formed
lietwuen us to do ''eneral groceries Imsiuess.
W. H. l'mia,
Thu style "I the new firm is Pettis &
Meredith. All parties indelited to the old
firm of l'eitis k liird will please come
forward and settle with the new firm.
Day School for Hoys and (Jills.
Niylit school for persons uiifraijed duriuL'
the day, and lessons in Latin, German,
French, music liook-keepino; and penn
manship, ly 1'rof. and Madame Floyd,
Walnut st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
Sew Uilliiinl Saloon.
Mr. .loseph Steiiala has taken possession
of tho Imildinjj formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l llartman, on the corner ol hixtli
Btr-et and Commercial avenue, ami has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant, lie has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to aeeoinmodate lus views aim mm
ished it with every comfort that could bo
wished for in a tirst-elass I'stahlishinent.
lie has spaired no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
ami invites all to come and seehim.
Oysters! Fish! (fame!
Fresh oyster, fine and I'll, for sale, by the
can or by thu hundred: Uu Ik oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct Ironi the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Red Snapper," the king nmong fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Uoi;i:itT Hkwitt, Ag't.
At l'at Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other w ines may lie enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. rat. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial ; and horses fat ami I
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a bii.-s down to a
sulky, all in a first class condil ion, us well
us saddles and riding regalia, may be hail
at the most reasonable ligureson a moment's
notice at his "Horse Malison", llisplaecof
uuiness is in connection with the telephone
lmd all orders received thereby will receive
prompt attention. ,
ImiWN TIIKY 00.
Winter's old reliable oyster depot have
reduced the price of oysiers to -o, 'i and
45 cts for choice selects. Mobile oysters
in bulk received daily and for sale by the
do zen, hundred, quart or gallon. Ileniein
lier the stand,
Wistkk's ( ) VST Kit DlOl'OT,
On Eighth street.
Wood ami Coal,
A full supply ol Indiana coal, as good as
Pittsburg, just received from the mines and
for sale at ft .00 per ton delivered. I will
always have on band a stock of this cele
brated coal; also daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
for sale. Apply, at thoC.Ai V. U.K. yards,
F. M. Waki).
Closing Out, Hoots and Shoes.
Haying a very large slock of winter
goods on hand consisting of dents', Ladies'
and Childrcns' sewed and pegged Hoots and
Shoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin to arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line 1 would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and see for
themselves. C. Koch.
No. !'0 Commercial nvc nuc between Fifth
and Si.th streets. Cairo Ills.
Mas. Wm. Tiiti.tt, Owitsco, N. V. says:
1 have worn an Improved Excelsior Kidney
Pad about three weeks, and have received
great relic! I'mini! for pain in the back. -Se
Hiicklen's Arnica Salve.
1 lie lu st salve in tho world for cuts,
bruises, sores, uImts, salt rheum, lever sores,
jctter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
'cents per box. For sale by Oko. E. O'IIaua
cut iiil KYKtT.
Foil rknt. Kooujb ou Kleventh street,
A good dwelling house situnted ou
southeast corner ofWulnut ami Kleventh
Htrcets. Knquiro on premises or nt bugeno
Ellis' job printing ollice,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noting In thonn r.il miiiiit, tun c llur llnu
Men tnnrrtlon. AUrkc.il
See notice of rooms to rent in special
Fresh oysters at A. T. Deliaun's, 50
Mrs. C. H. Woodward returned home
from Lockport, New York, last Thursday.
The Turner society will give a grand
masquerade ball on Mardidras.
-The oldest child of Mr. II. C. DcPue
lino lieen vo.rv nielc for the hist three or
A good cook-slovc is for sale at Tin
Hi'LI.ktix office. Call nnd examine it and
learn the terms.
-Prunes, Curants, Raisins, Preserves
and Jelly, cheap. Pettis & Meredith.
Mr. Hoot Penn yesterday moved his
tobacco business back into his old quarters
on Tenth street.
Officer I Junker, assisled by his pocket
instrument and another man, landed a
drunken man in jail yesterday.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
Mr. J. C. Clark, general manager of
the Mississippi Central railroad, is in the
County Clerk S. .1. Ilumm is the father
of a new cirl baby, which arrived night
We have still a few mounted and var
rushed mans of Cairo, for sale, at Tiik
The elegant steamer James Howard is
loading for points south and will depart
General Grant is bound to be president,
lie has accepted the presidency of the
World's Fair commission."
Mr. Nicholas Williams is building a
large ice box in which he will keep his
meats during the coining summer.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeHaun's, 5
Travel, via Cairo, has again opened
and as a consequence our hotels and boarding-houses
are nearly all crowded.
The Illinois Central wharf-boat was
brought back to its moorings yesterday,
there being no more danger from floating
The steamer II. G. Dexter, the Cairo
and Evnnsville packet, was due here by
daylight this morning, and is to leave here
at eight o'clock, this morning.
Oat Meal, Cracked Wheat, Farina,
Oried Green Peas and Dried Corn, at re
duced prices. Pettis it Meredith.
One of the men employed in the Illi
nois Central railroad yards had one of his
hands badly crushed between the curs
A committee of the house of repres
entatives has voted to report favorably upon
a bill to make an appropriation for the
improvement of the Mississippi river.
Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tiik Rum.ktin office.
J. Wagley Hill and his two little boys
favored us with somo choice music
through telephone station No. 11), last night.
One playing the fiddln; another, a French
harp, nnd the other rattling n pairol bones.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock al F. Korsmeyer's.
Mr. ami Mrs. S. P. Wheeler returned
from a lengthy visit to L'vansvillc, Ind.,
yesterday. They were accompanied home
by Mrs. Goss, who had made an extended
tour of the north and east and met Mr. and
Mrs. Wheeler at Evansville.
Mrs. Jcnnelle, of St. Louis, vho has
been here, for a week or two on a visit to
her sisters, Mrs. Henry Mossman and Mrs.
Charles Frank, took thu Illinois Central
train for home yesterday afternoon. She
will stop over at RellcviHe for a short visit.
to relatives there.
The best 5 cent Cigar in the city; also
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco. Try our
cigars. I'cttis iv niereuiin.
Mr. Phil Hrown, tho house mover, has
laid the sills for a large and substantial
framo building on the corner of Thirteenth
street and Commercial avenue, which ho
will use, when finished, nsa work shop nnd
store house lor his tools.
Wo make a speciality offine Tea; so if
you want something really choice, give us
a trial; also guaranteed pure Ground
Spices. Pettis & Meredith.
A large lantern, with a rellector, is
placed nt thu lower end of the Illinois Cen
tral passenger depot in such a position that,
when lighted, it throws a brilliant stream
of light to a distance of several squares up
Fresh oysters at A.T. Dcllaiin's 50
Two Johnson county criminal Jessie
Matlnas and Adulpli Sheilmilin wero
brought here by SherilT Allen, and placed
in the county jail for safekeeping. They
are guilty of attempting to steal a black
smith Bhop from one, Pleasant Veach of tho
Those who nre fond of really fine music
should net Messrs. Speck nnd Rudburu to
play uuder their window when dark dark
nebs darkens the darkening dark.
Cook Corned Heef, Lunch Tongue, 2 lb
canned Roast Heef, Pio Teaches, Whito
Heath Peaches, White Wax Cherries and
full line of best brands of Canned Goods,
Pettis & Meredith.
Rev. 11. V. George will preach in the
Delta engine house next Sunday afternoon
at 1 :110 p. in. We hopo a good crowd will
turn out to hear Iimii, for ho is n man of
lenrtiinrr and never fails to interest and
instruct Ids hearers.
A few plain drunks in Judge Olm
stcd's court, was about all the police busi
ness transacted in the city yesterday
sudden and very undesirable revival in
this line of business, may bo looked for iib
soon as the river trallk is fairly under way
Hosfon Cod Fish, 5 cents per pound
12-11) kits Fionily Mackerel, 75 cents; 15-11)
No. 1 kits Mackerel, $1.25; 5-lb tins, some
thing nice, 50 and 75 cents; IJoston Cod
Fish balls, choice Mackerel (loose), 50
cents per dozen. Pettis it Meredith.
'Oh the slush the horrid old slush,
'fhe ground is all covered with mire am
The house is us dirty as pigs could make it
And it comes from the beautiful snow
plague take it."'
A well known euchre player named
Down married a Miss Trump which, nc
cording to the rules of tho matrimonial
game, turned the Trump Down. She then
made it clubs and stove pokers, and he has
never been able to hold any hands since
The mass temperance convention has
been called to meet at Springfield on
Tursday, February 10. All friends of tem
perance will be recognized as members, am
especially those holding commission from
the general superintendent of petitions.
Tin: HitiMctin office yesterday, pur
chased the "right in Alexander county,
for the manufacture and use of the Pauta
graph Hinder," the neatest device for secur
ing and preserving printed letter heads,
etc., that has yet passed under our eye
Samples will be ready for exhibition to our
customers in a few days.
-A law has been passed by the powers
that be changing the time of the meeting of
the appellate court of the fourth district to
the 4th Tuesday of February and August
of each year, instead of the 1st Tuesday of
February and July, as heretofore. The
examination of law students will take plane
on the second day of the term.
Mr. II. N. Stone, the publisher of the
"Cairo Telephone Exchange," has com
pleted a similar work for the
city of Memphis. It is a
pamphlet of seventy-two pages and con
tains the names of over three hundred sub
scribers to the "Memphis Telephone Ex
change," beside innumerable advertise
number of colored school children,
of both sexes, from the colored school on
Walnut, between Seventeenth and Eigh
teenth streets, accompanied by their teach-
rs and paten's, filled the court room of
Squire Osburn yesterday afternoon. The
youngsters were charged with fighting
among themselves, and the evidence show
ed, beyond a doubt, that they were guilty.
Hut it was impossible to determine will1.
whom the blame rested, and they were all
lischarged with a severe repremand from
fhe movements in real estate etc, yes-
lerdayaiul the day before, as recorded in
the circuit clerk's office, were as follows:
Jno. A. Walsh, to Enterprise savings bank,
for a consideration ot $ 725. 00, mortgage
on properly in fir.st addition to the city of
Cairo; R. H. Cunningham, trustee, to
Charlotte J, Halliday, lor consideration of
.l,f25.00, properly in city ot Cairo; quit
claim, deed of Peter Frick, A. J. Kuyken
dall and Joseph K. Frick, to Louis Herbert,
lots thirty-one and thirty-two, block twen
ty six, city ol Cairo.
--A merchant in selecting an advertising
medium should be guided by the same rea
sons as govern an ordinary buyer get the
most and best for the least amount of
money, He should buy the space he wants
in the newspaper having the most assured
place in the public coiil'idencc. This will
insure him the greatest number of readers;
readers among the best classes of the com
munity; readers that arc among the best
und most frequent purchasers, who buy the
greatest quantity r oois and pay the best
prices for them.
Everybody who can, should cheerfully
subsdihe in aid of the Mystic Kruw's con
templated Ma rd i Gins celebration. The
benefits accrucing to the city at large, can
not bo calculated, but the similar
festivities in former years have proved Hint
they are considerable, Since every mer
chant is financially benefitted by the cele
bration and the city a general gainer by it,
every merchant and citizen should feel an
interest in the matter and, by
a ' supremo elfort of public
spirit, make tho next Mardi Gras the most
memorable in our history.
- Solid for Mulhooly, is the title of tt
volume just issued by G. W. Carleton &
Co,, of New York, without the name of the
author, and it is certain to attract quite as
much attention In tho misruled cities of
tho I'liion as did Judge Tourgeo's "Foot's
Errand" in national politics during the
last year. There is no clue of any kind to
indicate the writer of tho work, but it is
evidently from the pen of one who has
most intelligently studied the municipa
boss system in tho great cities. Whoeve
has written this book, should not hide his
light under a bushel. It is one of the most
searching satires on municipal boss rule
that has ever been given to the public. It
should be read by every citizen of every
Among the fashionable callers at tho
While house, "four handsomely-dressed
colored people attracted soino attention
The two women wore handsome black fiilk
costumes, one wearing a wlrito bonnet and
the other a black one. Their escorts were
correctly dressed in morning costumes
They seemed much interested in what was
going on, yet promenaded about the cast
room as if they had always been accustom
ed to the society of such distinguishe
Yesterday forenoon at about, eleven
o'clock the transfer steamer Junius S
Morgan, having taken aboard her usual
load of passenger cars with passengers and
baggage, started on her trip to the Iron
Mountain iucline on the Missom
snore. j'.verytlung went swim
mingly until she reached
point in the Mississippi river, opposite
Rird's landing, where, in trying to stci
around the heavy ice, she ran aground on
a sand bar. Every elfort was made to ge
her off; the assistance of other boats was
obtained, and she was tugged at
from all sides and in evi ry
direction all day until about eight
o'clock at night, when she succeeded in
becoming free and returned to the
Cairo wharf at about S : 15, without having
transferring her passengers and baggage
No damage was done beyond delaying tin
passengers, one of whom went to Squire
Comings intending to sue for damages, but
changed his mind and did not.
-- In the "puzzle corner" of the "Farmer
and Fruit Grower" of a late date, publishe
in Anna, the following "drive" at Tin-
Hi'I.i.ktin and some of our honored ci
tributors appeared :
W.MI'ni Al. FNI'.W
1, 1 1, 4, 2n art! rnukiii vrnrlH
M, 'i. I', in wliilt we iniiKl Hi I iln
ti. s, in, IK in a r-riiil.
T, :i. l.V Vi. iw riti ii'l in dollars.
!i. '.'. M, 11 ilium-- ninny murderer to die.
innwiioii-nrrttiiHt iiikuiiui iiui.i.etin in 'nii"
to hi' mully iilllii liiil wllli.
The answer to the abov
as lound in the next numb"!
of the paper is, "Poetic Contributor:;''
Tin; Hri, i. k.i.i s feels proud of its "poetic'"
contributors nnd so, we have no doubt, do
all our readers who can detect and appr
ciate tne neaumui m thought, ns well in in
other things. "Eel" seems not to be ''afflict
ed" in this way, but there is also something
else which he, she, or it, is not afllicted,
loiniiionly called , well, it is composed
of only nine letters of the alphabet, as fol
lows: If, o, 5, 1,2, is a bird, one of the
waddling kind. 8, -1, 7, and 0, is a noun.
A woman arrived here on the Illinois
Central railroad night before last, carrying
a satchel and a small child - a boy baby
about two weeks old. She went to the
Planter's house yi stcrday morning and rrt-
luested to be given a room, which was
lone. About an hour after she had
ntered her room, Mrs. Thompson, in pass
ing, heard the pitiful cries of the infant,
and suspecting that all was not right, cn-
fered the room and found the woman
gone, having left the child on the bed,
handsomely dressed, and her Hatch-
containing more infant's cloth
ing, lying in one corner. ( hud
Robinson and Olliccr Lallue learned of the
ircuntstanc.es and started out to find the
woman, which the former succeeded in do
ing after a laborious search. She had
secreted hersell on one of tho wharf-boats,
from whence, she was escorted back to the
hotel. She gave her name as Hargrave,
and by way of an explanation of
er strange conduct, she statu!
that her husband had left her
upon their arrival here, and she thought
that if he heard of the child as being left
alone, he would return. Sho was made to
take charge of the babe and her baggage,
and left for Anna, Illinois, yesterday even
The military hero makes his lame by
slaving his fellows. The more blood he
sheds the greater is his renown. His con
quests and march to power are tracked by
thu charred chimneys, smoking cities and
buzzards feeding upon his victims. Hut
when a man like Henry Hcrgh, the great
New lork hiimantarian, undertakes to
ameliorate the condition of sutTenng hu
manity, he is scoffed and derided. The
world builds a monument to the
comnicriiig In to out of the skulls
of the victims he has slain, but it
requites the service of such men as Eergh
with curses. This is a poor commentary
on human nature. But Henry Hergh oc
cupies a conspicuous place in the affections
of the Aineiican people. Ho is loved and
respected by every man nnd woman hav
ing thu feeling and dispostiion to treat
other human beings or animals with kind
ness, tenderness and compassion. Good
ness beams from every act ol his life, kind
liest it the lamp that lights up his path
way, and sympathy for every sull'ering
thing is poured out from his heart liko
the stream from the hydrant. laving
spent many years in ameliorating the con
dition of tho brute creation, he has now
turned liia attention to that class of brutes
in human shape called wifo-beatert. Ho
proposes tho whipping-post and the lasli as
an appropriate punishment, nnd ns the only
way to put an end to thin barbarous but
frequent crime, as will be seen by a bill
which has been prepared by him and intro
duced in the New York legislature.
We do not uiidcrtatid that a policeman
armed with a little aiuhority and "a billey"
is privileged to use the Latter under any
and all circumstances, and without using
any of the judgment that an ordinary man
is supposed to be endowed with. Wo are
led to these remarks by seeing the liberal
clubbing on back, leys and arms that a
seini-uncoiiscioiis so far as the use of his
brains were concerned - drunken man
received ut the hands of Officer
Hunker yesterday afternoon. Wo know
there are circumstances when it is necessa
ry for an officer to resort to the club, but as
an eye witness to this affair, we can only
pronounce it outrageous We refer to it
not wilh any id will toward Officer Dun
ker, for we believe him to be a good man,
zealous in the discharge of his duly and
anxious to do exactly right, but because our
duty as a public newspaper requires that
an outrage of this character should not be
OCR PLACES OF WORSHIP TO-DAY.
At the Episcopal church on Fourteenth
street, the usual service?, will he held at
l(:;;ila. in., and 7::i0p. m. Sunday school
at il ::;0 a. in.
I!, v. E. Knappe officiates nt the German
Lut In i inn church, on 'l'hirteen,h street,
this foriiooti at ten o'clock, and Sunday
shool will be ludd iii the afternoon.
Metlodi-t ,-eiviie will be held in the M.
E. church, on the ( oriier of Eighth and
Walnut streets, this morning mid evening.
Sabbath school will be held at nine o'clock
a. in. II v. Uhitakeris the pastor, ami
will superintend the services.
Morning and evening services and after
noon Sunday si hool will be held at the
Presbyterian chureh on Eighth street to-
lay. Rev. I! Y. Gi oige will be in the
Reform hall will a!-o be thrown open
to the public this morning and eveicng and
evervbody is invited to attend. Mr. John
N. Hall, edilul of the H.mtist Gleaner, and
an ahle mini -ter, will preach.
Father M isteisoti will occupy the pulpit
in St. Patrick's church on Ihe corner of
Ninth street, this morning. Sunday s. hool
will be h, ld at two o'clock and vespers at
three ii. in.
St. Jo-eph's Catholic church at the
xuiiei of Cro.-.s and Walnut streets, will
mid out lheiisu.il Sunday attraction to the
public in the wry of icigi"in services to-
1 iv, morning sei vices will be le i 1 at 10 :;;o
in., Sunday-si ho ! at two and vespers -tt
three o'clock p. in.
Our colored churches will also be open
and their pulpits tilled by their respective
exponents of the gospel.
Every church in the city cm and ought
to be filled with .sincere worshippers to day.
Il-' vor are roughing or not, but feel the
presence o al'oM in the svsteni. use Dp
Jull'h Cough Syrup and feel immediate
relief. Piicc 25 cents a buttle.
Written for tin- Sunday Ituiktin.
THE ENClIAXTF.il GROVE.
Iimvn in Ihe v:ile ule rc Kiyp'. lie-,
'Ni'iilli mi m'ecr'H n ii-ii in s; nuiIiM -ki'i";
ir tniHe-d in mnt t' fni.en I. urn,
Il"h"llt'i rilllLUe '.Tine li'I 'lir
Kiehl tree" Willi ljr.ltl.-lli-. -'re:lilli nut.
'mhiIiiu' lle ir rHiillnu' i-hail" ri 1 om I .
r, h tan ii on.' - talk in iidrv hit.
Willi Ii'Hl.-h ! i to lis m dark uml Imre.
When Hjirini' Prt i newx i 1 1, lcifand lurd.
Till' HHIII'l III ri'llilie Hlivi'M ii limn!,
lleiiitath the tri'e", nnd tar unit wide,
In ro kill',' Hklllf Hie ey JiiuVliH ride,
I'm Wlileh'd the whit. li.n d wiivelelii j luy,
'I'lirunh many a lan.-liin;; hritrht ijirinn day,
And chid to ffv tin in in;tvwird inn.
'I'hii wet le d dried hv iinl unit Mill.
I'm Keen the Hiil' a lair ll'.il I.I ii-f,
'Till Hiiiiinei kiss d the Ini'iiet leal';
And In mi my u union Mite reto at ,
W'ali li'd Hi-hool eirU rnine w ith liiini lny left
And Siiiil'd at many a mhiIi-Ii ol Huii',
Horn hy the idle Hindu nloiiL';
And heard Hie llnllH of hliref.l'it llllVH,
KiiL'iiKlliU In their rnt!r joyx.
Anou, I te ar Hie dm m'd load ln'nt.
And ker pi in; Mine Willi ni'inliiii 1'eet,
dood people collie in hrilit nrrny,
A pic nic in the urovo to rhiy.
Many a day the lone liourn lhroh;:h,
Stroinnnni.- prepiin. the InirlnTiie;
Safe in the cruvi! from sun and hi-nt,
The hniutry ft ind, or nil, and eat.
At nl'til. In in -nili theleiil'y M r. en,
Tlicjliieline nl' tin' lamb irine,
Han kept, me ciL'liini.'. wide nwake.
Half wn-liln- thiil the earth would ittuke,
'Till nomi'tlinen to relieve my ptiin,
In torn tits minr the lilepHetl ruin,
And ramii rinu' hoiiiii t hi; wet weeds throiuih,
l.i'I't inc to dii attiB of 111, t "hnrhi'iiH!.''
And when the pitiiiiner iimhh'iJ away,
Tile ntxhem lame w itll nil I II m 11 ev:
Many a hiulli; how wtia bent,
Ami inaiiy nil arrow Cupid pent.
Knchanlcd urovc! Mk winter tlnie,
I hear Hit) sleinh-hell H merry clilnie;
Ariiiiiid tin: I rem mi dark ntnl bare,
A fio.eii lield now caMn a flu re.
And far and w'de the ukalera fly,
On uhlninu fieri ire "ildiiii: hy;
They "cut the circle." front ami hank,
An count the (dare nlniiu thu Irtu k,
I read of A relic a, an of iic;
Of lillKHful, hilinv i, H of hpico;
Hal lo! the none of manic (.Sl
In Kjjypt 'lu'iiih Ihe radiant Mvn,
Caiiio, .In n. tilth ps. kath Wiu iamkom.
IMH.I. 01-' JIILNOU.
4 111 v Niiiniiierwul
'i'i :.! ,n. i, iive been neither all-
rntii.tr tiirdy duilnix tho pa") "l hayu
atl.inr.1 . R,.,-rl ''"".'Trhnr,
Itootn Ni. 3. HIkIi Ni'liuol hulldiutf.
WANTKI). A young lndy who cim writii a iood
hand, itilrk In flu'm-n und not iilrnul t work
Adiln.'MH hy letter box U", I'oM Ollice,
innA(-'KK ,,'A"M Vyni HAlK N i:asv
lUUTirniH. Tim hind Ih Httualtd lour inlleM
winter 1 1 ud ism l'n rk, 4.1 acred in cultivation. I'or
purllcuUM apply to U'M. IIUl.bKN.
'IMIKCITV 1.IVKKV STAIII.K l i ll. red I'Olt
I SA I.K, or will trade for city or country prop
erty. Tim outfit Include Imrii. hnricx, i iirrhire,
wiikoiih, HumceM, etc., elc , all complet,., with
rh nr llllu to the pri pi rlv. fr'or It lotiiinllnn n lo
terms, etc., apply at Ihe City J.lvetv siiihlc.
I.HK l.liK ol'liT.
Th ii Kiiiiltahle I.ifi; AfHiiratire Sncii ty linvlnir
derliired ItH pollcleH, over three veaoi in force, to
nil IncoiilcHtiihln, annouini'H that:
On and after January Jut, lunm
ti'titulilii pnl clen will he paid at maturity, 'Milit ut
rebato ol lutcrct, immediately mi, r the' re vlpt ut
Ihti .Society',, ollice Ill New York of Hitihl.:. n ry
prooliof death, too ther w ti, valid and n'i i.u
tory dim hurKu from the partii-H In lt.ter.-t. u,u
without ri'iiurii any delay, even f,,r ,jV ,r
ninety ilayn, iih has lu enthu cuflom tu-n i . ,,;, ,
nnd 1m ctlll iihiial with other i-iimp-mlcH.
II I! HVni:, rri'Milint.
Nl Itl'l.l S, ovr
VOTK'R it. hereby elveti that I
I followint; iiatneil placi-H ill ll
imhii-11, lor lite pilipn
Alexander county, II
and prior yearn. '
ol roltectiiH! thr r- , tme nl'
oin, for Ihe year A 1). I,
At the more limine of I nrson Martin, it, p.. ,-, ),
Uidfe precinct, on Monilav, tho ,ili 1 1 . v of' I . I,
riiarv. A. I)., ms ,
Al lie-nure lniii-e ot j. ( I'urlii, in -.' v, .f
HndveV Park. In L'nilv pr. i im t, m I'm Mir,, I lie
-th dav of Ki hniiiry. A . Ii . I I.
At more hniii,.iir ll'-nry 1 1 iiiimk k'r,' in Uiv.u H
Sandusky, tn Satidiky preeiint mi W . . j t .
Hie tlili day of Ki briiary, A ll , s!.
At Htore Iiouhc of (.ibtm ,V Cm., In i ,uu
Kirn, in Kh o pri-Hiict. oh Thuts lio' the p th t! ;v
of I'Ybruniv, A I ) I ssl
At Ihe nldeic" of Nirho!a !!ui,. , k. r, In I ,1.
Milll-an pr.-i-itn t, on Miindav, tl,r ,'Im ii,n ,, I , p
riiiiry. A. ll . lss
At the .tore In, tin-i,f Jut,,, , . Mil', .,1 -. . I'i it ti , r
rial Point. li.Mw.. Maud ptei nn t, ,,,, , t, ,.
J'.'d tlav ol I'eliriinrv. A l.. s.
At the i.tore hoiiM. of Iri'ai it",- , ,- n
of Santa Ke. Santa rV pre,i,t, m, V, , ,
the '".d ilin nl IVhruarv. A H.l
Al Hit--tore h'iiie n( i K. lirov. ii , !'
town ol Tiii-h. h. Tin-In n ,ri'-ini t j t '
tin- tt ll day of Fi hr'ttitv. A. I).. I--
Ai Ihe Hore lmti-i of I-! i n!',.,, . , ., ,,, , . ...
1'reek pn , i, i( -n,,n, the e.th ' , i' ), c, '
nry. A I) . Ns.
At the Inn' hointe of ll A Kdim r-i-n, in : ,-t
iape (.iriirileau precmel, on Saiurdio ti,', i, V
of Kebruarv. A I).. I'M
At the retilci,r.. of I ' t . r SMIp. it, 1'hm t '
,re, tin t, m, ''t,,lilv, tho irt (,.v ,, vt.ir, h Ii
1-j-l. ' '
At ih" n al cHute oU;n- ,,f M ,, ),,,.:,, ti h ,
ond ('aim pt.-clnrt, on W itlnifiUv, th, ',i it v ,,
M ttrb. A . Ii . l"l.
At 'lie More hou" of I' p'ite, raid
lentitli Ktrcut mul I'ouinti rrii v. i
Cairo prei'iint, on '1 bur -din , tin- ,:,
A. II Issi
,) el .'.Lr- is,
At t h" i,,r,. of I", I: r.itit. In I'iili !,.'.,,
i Iiici. nt, Kintal , I In- Uh day ol M i" h. . It .
At tin i ni'tt hue-.- in Ki'.tirlli mr.i i, , :t , t , :;
SaUirdtii . I In- ',tl, to the :;y. ila, . olMste' i
Tax ,) f wlil ar in inti'il t h ,t i n ii, ,i . ( . r
en i,,.il i
' I,', i. Ii.
,' l t"
Ut iU of ,nl next. 1 1 1 it t in." ,. r
will be added to I hi ir taxi . il t id
tin, i' fur mii h t- th" la nf our M i
linn ! (nil lo be ri n'l will, i.eir
Mateil. thi, I air. i, IIU , .tat, "at t :I'!i i !-
HillN iliilti.Ks. s;,. ri't
ntnl e i, Hb n,r,d!"t tor of Al, vatnb r i ''.ui,! . I i
I1 'I. Ml NAM' E NO .'.'
Alt nrdiiiaiii c titii' tnlin:.' an ordn.i.i
ordliiHhr" proTidit,. ,,r the aY i.t
tiniinof pi f.-i i h'r'p of tTi'ti'id kt
mad unji and fur lav tni' mit. -fi'
iv ri ti r-.,!
impriniiiL' Hiilroad Ai
. apprnM e V , 1 1 !-..
Couin ,1 of Ih. tt v I,;
lie it oritaiti' d l,y tin- i it;,
ski thin 1. Thai the crdinatire t.,,ti,, , m t ,
till" hereof, tii'prm, , V ,v 1 1 -..i. ... ., ,,..
the .an," t In n-bv atie nib d a- t,, t;. ,:.r ,, I t ,,t
piirtion nf l.'ailr.'tid Alley l i..' Iiein.-, i. s . ,
Fourteenth Mreet-, f.w'y i id 111 VvidO , .v.'ii , t.
abnitlne on eltliiT Kide' t,.-rn,l'. Iw.-n'v , ' m
id pill. Onili ad of a- in an! o d rn-.n, i . r . :
tlie reniatiiiti,' pnrt'nn ef 1,'niit.. nt Ai'iv '; ..
nrtli nam e provided lnr an l l'n ,,u n nitt.t.j i:,.-r,
on In be and remain a in n.-d t, t. - p.-.,, i :.
Sn Tins .' Thai aid nrdin.'ii.i )- and I .!,
in In r'-br in 'tln r iiMietid. il tu n In Ufvid.- '.'. it
the i Itv el I'airo -11411 ntily i v: t d u;,ti ii.,
provi inetit nf Mt'd Imrlii li'nf l;.i!ir.,ad Aim. I v ' :,'
butween f'nlir'eelitil Mild ! i Unl 1 1 1 . t . l, -i ,:,,
of inotn-y aw uiav be reahed by tin city ft, in it,,
fale of h.t abittttiiL' thi-ri on' I'mvid. l t,,, f t
th, r expi'tiditiireii uluill lie mude ,,n urn h ituj.r ,n
inellt. Iltltll Hie inntiev III be derived In, m t,.
of the bitu a! ill 1 1 1 1 Mild railroad Mr. ,. ! ai; i uv
be.-t! paid Into the citv tren-iir.-r.
SrcTioN ', Tlint .aiii ordira t. !.r l ';
t Ith. I ski, he nl-o Inrllier nun mb d, -n a t., r
vide Hint th" i,atti" -'Hailrnad Ai'n-v'' ,.-,, I,,
i handed to liailrmid street, uinl ihe in.rd --all-v .
vv tn revi-r it an ttr Tn atd oriimain e, he ti irkiu
out and the word :n-i t Milititnteil ttn r, lnr.
Approved January the -j-i h . A. i.. . t
N I! TIIIVI I.KW oiiit, r,
Arror: - i .1. Knl.h V, i ity ( i, rk.
:( i liN'j'S TnSKM. tliiithe Mo-t ,i.
WAN I' I. I ) lib' Sltl".i- nllime ever pill.!
(Aia.KTON's ( oM)i:.r,n
KiC VCLOPKDI A
A Worn n ol h mi vi 1 1 tn, k, l olh ileil t , . i . r in
One Volume, romaiiiiiii: over (i.'-im l(v.fi:t , t,,
In.' iiium linportiiiit inattern of intere-t in t..- wnrbl.
The itioHt mii n M'iii' and ui Ittl bonk ...r i.,iu
piled, covering' alinnnl tlieetitti" liel i nt I ....rt. if .
A lare h-indiottie m-tavo viliitne, .,.", i, -e. ,,rn
l'iley illu-truteil. I'li e, $'!.Vi, ,ln-l ,,i Mi-hrd,
and iiMW in iln peventceniti ediiinn. 'int um x
I'.o'iK "rtl'slilXll. Sure Hill l e-H In Mery .:'ell
w ho luki " It Sold only by Mib-i riptinti.
ThnM' wifliin' lo heroine .Vint, addn-N for
D' m riptive I'iieularH ami extra i i ii i h
ii. W. I'AKI.KTUN & CO., I'lililmli. r. X.V rjiv.
HOOTS AND SIHU-.s
'1.1. J ON ICS.
SUOK-AI A K J 11
Allieneiiin Ilitildiiio' runiiiieiTlill Av.
1 'H only the very HckI Iniporied Stock anil em
iii).vc Hie imiat coinputi'iit workmen.
)lil( KS UKASONAJU.K
Mild, AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, (i It A IN AND HAY
Hlirhcst Cash Price Pid for WLeat.