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THE DAILY 1SULLETIK
Offliwj Kullelln Bulling, WaaiiiuRUw Atwiue
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. ,
, KKTHRHD AT TAB POST OFKIC IN CAIRO, It
L1NOI8, AS SECOND-CLASS MATT1UI.
PKIuiAL PATER OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Ni.tuv,. In tliia column, otfit cents yor liiio for
flrnlati'1 nv coMa pur iua aacnaunacqueiu iiwer
llou. For one wi'uk. :iceiU ur lluo. Kor out)
mouth, t' conta gur line.
Oysters aud Fish.
I am daily receiving fresh Mobile oysters
in bulk, fur sale, by the dozen or hundred.
Especial attention is culled to my daily re
ceipts of fmdi Hod Snapper and other gulf
and pain?, fish. Depot, Onto levee, corner
Eighth street. Jacou Klke.
A. Booth's Extra Select
at A. T. DeBaun's, 5ft Ohio levee,
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfura
ted stub, suited to any business, mnniifuc
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio lovee,
Use Tan Caiho Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
6le, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
3. four and tea cents each by the single one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in price.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, f6 Ohio leveo.
Rooms for Ren.
Apply to Mrs. Fitzoerald,
up stairs at The Bulletin building.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
From date until the 20th inst., I will
ell hand-made boots and shoes, also ladies'
and children's shoes, at actual cost. 11.
Block, Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
House of five rooms and kitchen, next to
court house hotel, on Twenty street. Key
may be had at court house hotel. Apply
to Jacob Kline.
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. Delhun's, 50 Ohio levee.
The Fat Boy iu Pickwick
probably had good teeth, seeing that he so
speedily demolished the most substantial
provender on the shortest notice. Nothing
excepting a good appitite so conduces to
the pleasures of earth as a good set ot
grinders. To possess them, use SOZO
DONT, the gre.it dental invigorator and
beautifying agents. Yellow, tartar covered
teeth grow pearly white and the gums ac
quire ruddiness and form a pleasing con
trast to the snowy hue of the teeth when
it is used.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, free
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to the Hev.
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Coughs, (olds, Sine Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the disc use, has ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Bock und Byo." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere arc the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters aud testiuiuunU from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing elfects, lire in
possession of tho proprietors, and can lie
adduced to convince tho most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fiuous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant tasto and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are afflicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, Hock
and Bye. Chicago Times.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Not Icon in theae coinmin, ten cent! per line,
each limortlon. Marked
The telephone to Mound City is in
Working order again.
500 pairs of Misses and Children's
shoes, at $1.00 per pair worth double tnc
price at O. Haythorn's. 3t.
I want to buy all sorts ol Stone In
dian Relics found m fields. Write to
'Relic" box 904, Pittsburg, Pa,
-Says tho Springfield Journal : "The
tracks of the Cairo & St. Louis road areun
dor water at Cairo." Above Cairo, if f ou
please, good Journal.
-Owing to high water in the Missis
sippi river, tho work ou tho embankment o
the, Memphis & Springfield railroad, in
charge of Captain Kaiser, has been stop
pcd. Tho water has flooded the route lal
out for tho road, and is even agaiust the
newly thrown up embankment.
Work on tho Ilalliday artcBian wcl
has been temporarily stopped because o
the wet weather. It will bo resumed with
, undaunted vigor as soon as the weathc
will permit, more nave ueon no new
devclopements with regard to it since Tub'
Buuktis'i lartt report.
Chief Myers yesterday arrested several
toys who had been conspicuously and very
offensively engaged iu snow-balling chil
dren and men in tho streets.
Th-y were fined in accordance with
tho ordinances. Other boys should
take warning of theso cases, and
forego the pleasuro of polting pedestrians
with the beautiful snow.
Tho Anna Farmer and Frtiit-Grower
speaks thus to tho roanagers'of Cairo's new
opera house: "Wo believe if tho Cairo
opera house people would advertise in Anna,
wbon they have first class companies at
that place, that a great many of our citi
zens would go down and witness tho plays
As it is wo usually know nothing of it until
after tho date."
Fred Koeheler at his shop on south
side of eight street will havo on his counter
for sale this Friday, Saturday and Sunday
mornings tho fine beef promised to secure
which ho has killed the three fine fat young
cattle noticed in The Bulletin a few days
ago. This is the finest beef offered in Cairo,
so don't forget to go early and sccuro
choice cuta. lit.
A commercial traveler, named Wash
liirne,caine to Bloomington on Tuesday
morning afflicted with a disease supposed
to be small-pox. He was isolated and will
remain eo until cured or until his ailment
proves to be other than is supposed. This
is tho first suspicious caso which has ap
peared in that city aud it did not originate
One of the young lady school teachers
of Springfield went to the drug store tho
other day, bought a .quantity of "points,"
and with her own hands vaccinated all the
children of her department. She didn't
propose to havo either her own life or that
if the children under her chargo endan
gered by neglect of the necessary precau
tion to vaccinate. The young lady has
"spirit," she is a typical American girl,
and is very likely to "make her mark" in
The Knights of the Mystic Krew of
Comus are making grand preparations for
a Mardi Gras celebration in February next.
The celebration will consist of a grand
masquerade ball and supper at the Ilalli
day. It is tho object of tho organization
to ruako the affiir of equal brilliancy with
ts elegant surroundings, and all who know
of the character of previous affairs of this
kind given by the boys, will believe that
the boys will succeed in their determina
A large forco of men f were employed
esterday on the tracks of the city street
railway, and the Wabash road in tho lower
portion of the city, clearing tho ice and
snow from tho rails in order to enable the
cars and engines to run. The street cars
had stopped running since Wednesday after
noon, and the engines'on tho Wabash road
found it almost impossible to move their
own weight in tho lower portion of the city,
where there is much crossing and recross-
ing ot the true It by teams.
S)e:ik well of your town, patronize
your own merchants, Tead your home pa-
per.give a hearty welcome to new comers,
treat with courtesy friends of your asso
ciates who may frost time to time visit you
with them, be free, bo genercus, bo self-
denying, bo honorable, but remember that
that Blight touch of modesty out wears
the hardest cheek and finds a home in the
best and purest hearts. Keep these points
in view and your community will grow
with respectable prominence and your
nvn interests will be benefited and pros-
Through tho kindness of Circuit Clerk
A. II. Irvin, The Bulletin is enabled to
reproduce, from tho Fort Clark Weekly
News, published at Brackett, Kinney coun
ty, Texas, and dated January 14th, 1882,
the following notice of a wedding to which
a well known lady of this county was a
party: "Last Wednesday evening Mr. A.
Brown and Miss Eugene Ltghtner were
united in matrimony at the residence of
Mr. Riggs, cousin of the bride. Miss Light-
uer is a young lady from Illinois, who ar
rived in Bracketio but a few days since to
meet her future husband. Tho happy
couple were surrounded by a few lriunds
who wish for them a bright future. A long
aud happy life wo wish you."
A whito man named Smith, who was
confined in the city jail for drunkenness
and disorderly conduct, robbed a follow
prisoner of ten dollars on Tuesday
night,- gave tho money to his
wife upon one of her visits to
him, with instructions to como and pay his
fine with it. She obeyed his orders im
plicit)', paid his fine which amounted to
eight dollars and hail him set free. But
Smith had been seen, by his fellow prison
ers, In the net of stealing tho ten dollars;
they "gave him away." Officers Mahnnny
and Martin learned of the fact, and Smith
was auain arrested Wednesday and is now
confined in jail awaiting trial under i
much more serious chargo than ho was con
victed of before.
A white woman named Mrs. nines,
who keeps some kind of a mercliautile c
tablishment in tho notorious Clark block,
on Ohio levee, near Fourteenth street, was
arrested by Chief Myers for disorderly con
duct It appears that some ono threw and
struck her with a snow ball, nnd she, be
lieving that tho offender had flown into Mr.
Clanccy's saloon, next door, rushed in thoro,
grasped a chair, And swinging it about her
in true Amazonian stylo, threatened to
"clean out" the wholo crowd in tho room.
She was taken before Magistrate Comings
oilRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING; JANUARY
Hid fined fivn dollars and costs, which she
kmid. Ono other case, James Carter, who
was arrested by officer Wims for being
iirunk and disorderly," and was fined six
dollars and costs, was the extent of Magis
trate Comings' business yesterday.
--The small pox patients at tho pebt
h iiiso are, with the exception of tho last
lone, Jackson,' all doing well. Jackson has
a serious attack of the disease, yet Dr. Car
ter believes ho will recover in timo. Tho
ptherjpttfients uro recovering rapidly. Jones,
hue of the first taken there, will probably
be discharged Monday or Tuesday a well
man. In the hospital all seems now to bo
pafe. Tho man who was isolated by Dr.
Carter in anticipation of breaking out with
Varioloid, was discharged yesterday; his
ailment proved not to bo varioloid and he
is entirely well. There are no signs of the
disease among the citizens of Cairo and
there is good reason to believe that there
Will be none.
"Tho high and rushing floods of the
(nighty water courses admonish our Cairo
friends to keep their skiffs in readiness,
and to keep the bottoms of their houses
well caulked 'and provisioned." Paducah
lews. Probably the best way to answer
tho above little slur at Cairo is to quoto
what tho News' Piducah contemporary, the
Enterprise, says of tho threatened inunda
tion of Paducah. It says: "The Ohio
liver is still rising above. If matters don't
Change in a few days we will ho going to
and coming from our meals in skiffs and
paducah will he converted into a modern
Venice. We will not havo as many beau
tiful gondolas as the renowned city in
Italy's fair clime, but we can afford a
large army of dugouts and skiffs which
will meat the emergency very well." It is
uoedless to say that Cairo stands in no such
danger as Paducah does and would not
wero tho rivers to rise seven feet more.
Ice and snow have been interfering very
seriously for several days past with the
many railroads, running into and out of
this city. Trains have been lato and pas
sengers have been seriously inconvenienced.
But high water seems to be doing more
damage than ice and enow have done, at
least to the Chicago, St. Louia and New
Orleans R. II. which has for several days past
been unable to reach New Orleans, because
tho water is over its tracks below Jackson.
In consequence of this, passengers starting
by that route from here for New Orleans or
any city between Jackson and New Or
leans, have been compelled to change cars
at Jackson, taking the Mobile & Ohio rail
road at that pint and continuing on to
their destination. In this way eighty-nine
passengers changed on Wednesday and
thirty-nine yesterday from a single train,
which shows that the road is doing a good
passenger business, anyway.
The subjoined item cf news appears
in the Paducah Enterprise. It seems
that the secret which had been so success
fully kept from the Cairo friends of the
"happy couple" that is to be, has escaped
after all and finds its way at last into the
Cairo press, only by a somewhat circuiteous
route. Why young people should Lo so
confoundedly secretive about matters of
this kind is more than we can tell; but it
may be, that, at some time in the distant
future, experience will enlighten lis some
what upon this point. Here's tho item:
"Wo are creditably informed that our young
friend, Mr. Eugene M. Brady, formerly an
attachce of the steamer Gus Fowler,
hut now in tho office of the Mississippi Cen
tral railroad, tit Cairo, is soon to lead one
of the fairest daughters of tho Egyptian
City to tho matrimonial altar. It gives ub
great pleasure to learn the above, as Mr.
Brady is a clever young gentleman and de
serving of great happiness and the best of
wives, He has tho best wishes of tho En
terprisc for an abundance of joy, and pros
perity." In reciting his experience in tho Illi
nois legislature and giving his reasons for
refusing to accept again a nomination for
a scat in that body, Hon. John II. Oberly,
of the Bloomington Bulletin, says:
"Alarmed at the ignorance of tho republi
can party of Egypt, and knowing that not
more than ono republican in every ten
Could read, when tho question of printing
flic governor's messugo in German, French,
Scandinavian, was before the house, we
inoytd uu amendment which brought us
jnto great discredit. We wero told that
the message should be printed in all these
languages for the instruction of the electors
6fthe state that a German or a Frenchman
Or a Scandinavian, who could not read En
glish, ought to havo the message iu his own
language so that ho might become inform
ed ou public affairs, and votu intelligently.
Ve immediately graspod the idea, and told
the republican side of the house that our
republican conutituents of Lower Egypt
ought to have tho benefit of this wise rule.
We proceeded by telling tho house that tho
republicans "down our way" could not read
any written language that they did not
know the English, German, French or any
pther alphabet, but that they always voted
tho straight republican ticket and wcra as
much entitled to a knowledge of tho con
tents of tho governor's message as our for
eign fullow-citizens. We therefore suggested
that the message should bo written, so to
speak, in pictures, and that theso pictures,
representing all tho suggestions of tho mes
sage, should be distributed among the non-
reading republicans for their information
And instruction should bo used after tho
manner of object lessons in our public
schools. This suggestion brought upon us
tho villificutions of all the republican poli
ticians of tho state, aud we became sorry
that we hod made it that we had under
taken tho ungrateful work of teaching the
black idea how to shoot intelligently.
Cairo is a city of fourteen thousand in
habitants, comprising social circles of cul
tured in art, mimic and literature with a pas
sionatti tasto for elevating amusement, of
which good mus'", is, of course, always
a prominent feature, and yet Cairo is with
out an organized band of good musicians!
And where is tho reason for this deplorablo
fact to bo found? It is, as before intimated,
not because thero is no demand for good
string and horn music in tho city, thero is
an almost continual demand for it. Social
entertainments and balls, both great and
small, public, and private, are tho order of
the day and night in Cairo at this season
of the year, anil at all of them good music
is desired is a necessity, in fact. In- most
cases music is obtained, but it is nearly al
ways either a band gotten up for tho oc
casion, or it is a band from St. Louis,
brought here at a cost of a hundred dollars
or more, as was the . case at the
tho opening performances of tho now
opera house. Nor can this lack of a good
string band he attributed to a lack of musi
cal talent in the city, for tho city has been
prolific in its production of good musiciaus.
There hosts of young men in the
city who have made music a
practical study of many years of their lives,
who aro naturally gifted in
this particular who aro splendid
performers on either the violin, drum or
horn. Many of these young men havo been
members of bands, have spent much money
in possessing themselves of fine instruments
and becoming proficient in their use; they
huve spent much time in attending tho
meetings of bands' for practice during
former years and during the summer
months; but with tho approach of tho
amusement season they neglected the meet
ings and allowed the organizations to dis
band. Mr. Harry Walker's efforts to or
ganize and maintain a good cornet band,
which succeeded so admirably for a while,
was also nipped by an unexpected and un
fair course ou tho part of the band, and
though he is again striving to bring to
gether another group of artists like Goss
and Lemons, it will probably bo some time
before he succeeds. Tlfcrc ought to be a
first class organization of violin and cornet
players several of each of them, even
would find it profitable at least during tho
fall and winter months.
A VINDICATED MAN.
The.ti ial of Mr. T. S. Damron camo off
before Justice J. II. Robinson yesterday
afternoon. But one witness, the man Jones,
who played the part of an innocent victim
of a professional black leg, was pres
ent, and his testimony completely vin
dicated Mr. Damrun, and convicted him
self no only of being about as great a
falsifier as can exist outside of hades, bnt
of being himself guilty of what ho charged
Damron with. His testimony cor
roborated Dainron'8 in every particular,
and showed that be, Jones, was tho do-
coyer, and that he sought to make Dam
ron the victim; but that, after playing a
whole day and a night, he came out one
hundred and five dollars behind. Of
course, Damron was acquitted.
Mr. Stewart has given bond, and will ap
pear for trial in the county court next week.
The case of Catharine J. Fisher vs. Ellen
and Patrick Dugan, to which reference was
made in Wednesday's Bulletin, occupied
all tho lime of the court on that day. The
case was given to the jury in the evening,
and the jury disagreed. Tho amount of
money value involved was probably about
thirty-fivo dollars, and it occupied about a
day and a half of the court's timo.
Yesterday morning several motions were
argued, and tho caso of John McNulty vs.
Wheeler and Saup was given further atten
tion. It will be remembered that in tliiB
case the jury had found a verdict in favor
of plaintiff for eleven hundred and forty
dollars, for goods illegally levied upon by
the defendants, tho attorneys for tho defense
had ma le a motion for a new trial and the
court had manifested a willingness to grant
anew trial unless plaintiff would enter a re
mittatur of two hundred .dollars. Counsel
for plaintiff yesterday morning announced
that no reuiittatur would bu given and
court granted defendants a new trial.
In the mandamus case of Justus Cun
ningham vs. the City Council of tho City of
Cairo, counsel for tho defense entered a de
murrer, which will probably bo decided
upon this morning.
Next was the caso ofjJWilliam Porter vs.
Smith Bros., involving the rights of owner
ship of a wagon held by defendants as bo
curity for the sum of twenty-five dollars in
merchandise sold to plaintiff. Tho caso
was given to tho jury last night with in
structions to render a scaled verdict. Pend
ing the consideration of this case by tho
jury, court adjourned.
CAIRO'S SWEET VOCALISTS.
Lust night's session of the musical con
vention at . tlio Presbyterian church
was in every respect equal to any
previous session, except in poiut of num
bers, iu which an Increase was noticeable.
But this iucrease was confined to visitors,
who took no active part in the exercises,
but felt deeply interested in them.
Tho exercises consisted almost entirely
of practicing upon selections which are to
be produced at the grand conceit to-night,
the professor giving tho minutest instruc
tions as to the manner of rendering every
measure and exercising the greatest caro in
pointing out tho errors made by tho singers
until all went smoothly and entirely to his
After a recess of ten min
utes had been taken, Mr. W. F.
McKee addressed tho convention upn the
question of continuing the convention and
tho exercises during next week. Ho favor
ed it because ho thought that tho present
weeks experience sorvoc chiefly to point
out tho needs of tho singers, and ho believ.
ed that next weeks' exercises would prove
much moro profitablo to the singers than
tho pros ont had done. lie was followed by
Prof. Sherwin, who endorsed what Mr.
McKeo had said, and continuing, said that,
though important business cajled him home,
he could make arrangements to remain
another week if the convention would
unanimously express such a desire. A vote
was aktn and tie question was lost, as
only about two thirds expressed themselves
in favor of it.
Mr. McKee had mado reference in his re
marks to something which had "come to
his ears" in the fotn of a declaration by one
member of tho convention, that a number
of tho eighty-tivo singers who had enrolled
themselves as willing to take part in the
grand concert, would not be on hand to
night. The professor alluded to this, and
severely condemned as not a lady or gentle
man, any one who would forsake them on
tho night of tho concert. Ho said that it
would bo his duty, hs manager of the con
cert, if there should be any noticeablo
shrinkage in the number of singers, to in
form the audience of tho reason why. There
will, therefore, be no deserters, and the
fall eighty or more singers will take part in
the concert to-night.
Having been troubled with a very bad
cough for about two years and having tried
almost every cough mixturo that was ever
made, I havo found none that has given me
6uch great relief as Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
and I esrnestly recommend it to alt afflict
ed. Bkx.i. F. Dlooan, 14 Park PI., N. Y.
THEY HAVE VANISHED.
Tho political shadows, we mean, which
seemed to be forecast in this part of thestate
in a communication to the Carmi Times,
written by a correspondent of this city,
have entirely vanished in tho light of ex
isting facts. The Bulletin was right in
supposing that "Andrew Jackson" was
drawing upon his imagination for his fucts
and it ventures now to assert that "Andrew
Jackson" is not in a position to know any
thing of thc probablo political movements in
Egypt. Besides displaying his ignorance
of tho truth concerning tho matters of
which lie undertook to speak, and making
as many blunders as he made statements,
he has given evidence ot a state of
mind entirely inconsistent with
healthy democracy Andrew Jackson dem
ocracywhich he pretends to endorse.
Politically he is undoubtedly a sort of cross
and re-cross between all the partitB of the
day. A, sort of political "what-is-it," seek
ing notoriety at all hazzards, with both
eyes closed and conscience gagged, and
without any standing here, either present or
prospective. Therefore, his effusions are
entirely worthless and tho Carmi Times
would do well to treat them accordingly.
It appears, in tho grst place that, so far
from being "at its hight," there is no polit
ical fever at all in this community, either
republican or democratic. Secondly, that
Postmaster McKeaig is not to bo displaced;
he knows nothing of any movement on foot
to accomplish this result, nnd neither does
any one else. Thirdly, the names of
Messrs. C. N. Hughes and J. II. Jones
were used not only without a shadow of
authority from either of these gentlemen, but
wtthout tho slightest foundation for even a
supposition that cither of these gentlemen
have given a thought to tho Cairo post
mastership in connection with themselves.
Neither of them have sought it in any way
or to any extent whatever, and there is no
movement on foot among their friends to
get it for them.
"Andrew Jackson's" utterances concern
ing tho internal revenue collectorship of
this district aro equally chimerical. Except
ing his compliment to Captain Murphy, ho
did not utter a single word of truth con
cerning this office. In view .of this fact
bis assertion that ho knew whereof
ho spoke stamps him as something
worso than a man in error.
Tho very first assertion he made, that "the
internal revenue collectorship is in a mud
dle," Is just tho opposite of tho truth.
Thero is no muddle about tho col lector
ship; it is all settled, and it is settled in
favor of Col. J. C. Willis, too, who has
filled tho position satisfactorily for lot
theso many years. How many years he
will yet hold the position is not known, even
to the well informed "Androw Jackson."
But it is likely that bis successor will bo
a good democrat, sometime in 1885, when
tho appointing power shall havo
boon placed iu tho hands of an
other t good democrat at Washington,
And this will bo tho case whether tho
bill now pending before congress, intro
duced by Senator Robinson, providing that
tho terms ot internal revenue collectors,
which are now unlimited, shall bo limitod
to four years, is defeated or passed. If it
is passed, then it may go
into effect immediately, and Col.
Willis will bo- tho first appointoo under
it and will hold his office until
Commencing Precisely et 8:0U.
The Musical convcutiun now In i'slon wilt
clone with a concert at aliovu, riidcrlnij choico
Biectlons, botn lacrud and tucular, wltu about
100 SlNOEKS IN THE CHORUS.
Tho programme will comprise
Opera Choruses and
Interaperaed with aoloa, yocal and Inntrnmental,
by the beat realdunttaleut, maUiiK iuch a
RARE MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT.
an baa never been nWeii In tbls city.
Conductor M W. F. fht-rwln
f'""lt - MIhr Kmmii Jamea
Organists. ...MlKPe AdaV. Scarrllt
. and U1!h liubblrm
'AdmiaMon toarfjuet and droca circle, W cent,
Including reserved scat, (iallcrv curia. Tlie
box otBce will be open on Friday morning at 'J
J clock. Holder of tick-la ran there exclianizo
for ruaonred avatx without extra cbarKO,
rjIHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois,
71 OUIO LKVEK.
capital;, si oo.ooo
A General Hanking business
Co n due ted.
TIIOS. V. HALUDAY.
JVNTERPRI8E SAVING DANK.
Of Cairo, IV.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIlOe. V. II AI,1IIJ AY,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAi; LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND BAY
HiirheHt Cah Prlep Paid for Wheat.
a democratic admiaintnitiou ia prepare d
to re-loave him, which will 1m Rt tho ex
piration of hia first, term; nnd if it does not
pftsb then Col. Willis will hold his office
until 1883, as Lvforo stated.
It appears, therefore, that thoro ie, nt
present, and for at leaat two years to come,
which is the unexpired portion of Col. Mc-
Read's term bh postmaster, not the ltiist
ground for apprehending any change in
important public offices in this part of tlio
Btatu, and the person who seeks to creute a
different impression or professes to beliovo
othorwiso is not well informed, and will
mislead those who confido in him.
"Andrew Jackson" Bhould use his uu'iiro
talents and direct his idlo littlo bruin in a
different direction from tho ono in w hich bo
has started out. Ho should consult men of
lome Judgment and knowledge of tho facts,
which ho doeB not seem to possess, before
he attempt to discuss tho political situa
tion in Egypt and drags into notoriety the
namoa of gentlemen who do not covot it
who abhor itand who find it disagreeable,
to say the loast, even ba thought to bo strlv
ingtoo btain an office by displacing others.
F. II. Drake's Sufferings.
l' II. Drake, Esq ..Detroit, Mich., suffered
beyond ail description from a skin disease,
which appeared on his hands, head and face,
aud nearly destroyed his eyes. The most '
careful doctoring failed to help him, and
after all had failod ho used the Cuticura ,
Resolvent (blood purifier) Internally, Cuti
cura and Cuticura Soap (the great skin
cures) externally, and was cured, and has
remained perfectly well to this day.
VV? '".it;: iM"Y i