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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SlNDAY MORNING. APRIL 2, 18S2
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN
fflcei BolicUa Building, Wasblnstoi Avenne
KNTR&KD AT TH1 FOBT OFFICB IK CAIUO, IL
linois, as eicxrarvcLAM mattes.
omwiAi papsr of city and county
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NotiCM tMtl"lmn.elcnt tent per line for
rtnrt Ave (tcnti bar line each nuhiwment luaor-
tlon. For en wuuit, SOcenU por line, if or one
month, 60 cents per line.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T, DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
--Uso The Caiko Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
tale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
8. five and tea cents each by the single ono,
by the dozen or by tho hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, nianufac
red aid for Bale at the Cairo Bulletin
A. Booth's Extra Select
at A. T. DeBauu's, 50 Ohio levee.
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
A Popular Tonic
FOU WEAK LL'NliS AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of tho disease, has ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Rye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testiinonals from every
quarter of tho country, attesting the stim
ulating, tenic aud healing effects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot ita intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
( pleasant taste 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, Rock
'. and Bye. Chicago Times.
EXCURSION TO NORTHWESTERN
Tho Illinois Central R. R. will run a
t land excursion to Storm Lake, Cherokee
and LcMars, Iowa, lcavin.7 Cairo at 4 :30
' p. m. Monday, April 3d. Faro round trip
only $15. Return tickets good tor JO days
For prices of lands and further information
inquire or J. II. Jones, ticket agout, Cairo.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
HOTEL DE WINTER.
(Late Arlington House.)
103 and 110 Commercial Ave.
Cairo, Ills. .April 4. '82
BIG AUCTION SALE.
I will sell the entire outfit of tho above
named hotel at public auction on the date
named commencing at half-past 9 a.m., ami
continue from day to day till all the per
sonal property belonging to the hotel proper
is disposed of to the highest bidder. Sale
positive without reserve. The articles em
brace the following named goods: 23 line
bcadsteads; 23 bureaus; 2J withstands 25
square folding tables; 10 round tables; 8 ex
tension tables; 23 looking glosses 23 car
pets; 0 lounges; 10 rocking chairs; 150
wood and cane-seat chairs; 30 heating
stoves; 50 mattresses; 00 feather pillows
and 23 feather bolsters; 150 quilts and
blankets; a full assortment of china, glass
ware and tablo cutlery; 1 largo cooking
range 1 large broiler attached; also a large
water beater the whole thing making a
completo outfit for a liotel, capable of
cooking for 100 guests Also sundry kitch
en utensils and 1000 other articles' too
numerous to mention. After Friday niijlir,
March the 31st till day of sale any of the
articles will be sold low nt private jalc.
Tom Wikter, auctioneer.
Grand Easter Ball.
The Hall ill ay Guards will give a grand
tall at Hartman's hall on Easter Monday.
It will be the event of the season.
COMMITTEE OP AlllUNOEMKNT.
Ilarry Manny, R. English,
Wm. McEwen, Win. Dewitt,
F. McGinnis, Jno. English.
Nortiipout, Wis., May C, 1879.
James I. Fellows, E.q.
Sir: I have been using your mcdicino
for over a year now and with tho best ef
fects, I have uaed 12 bottles of tho Hypo
phosphites, and it has mado a new man of
me, I liavo been ailing over six years
with a number of diseases, but lungdilll
culty was the most prominent. I have been
under the care of a great many doctors, and
have taken quantities of mediciiio without
any apparent benefit, but appeared to bo
still growing worse aud weaker until I no
cidcutly camo across one of your circulars,
and was constrained to try your medicine,
and I found Its effect were almost mngical
upon mo, and I was a surprise to myself
and friends, having gained so rapidly in
flesh. I remain respectfully.
Wofcu. that universal disease in child.
hood, can be thoroughly cured by the ui.e
or Dr. Perry Dead Shot Vermilugo. K
Ferret, Agt., i)73 IVurl St., N. Y. City, (l)
If the party wh picked up tho ten-dollar
till, dropped by my daughter corner Ctli
and Ohio levee, Saturday afternoon, will
return it to mo through post office, no
Bteps will be taken. The party is known.
Samuel P. Wheeler.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcw In thane columns, ten cents pot line,
itch Insertion. lUrked
New wall paper at Jeff Clark's.
rducah is to have a largo now flour
Great bargains fin Corsets at W. E.
Fou Sale: Store boat and stock, or
either. Enquire at elevator.
Trains will probably run through from
Columbus to Cairo to-day.
All latest styles of wall paper at Jeff
Read Cincinnati Enquirer, tho enter
prising newspaper of the west.) It
Rev. A. J. Hess will hold services at
the Baptist church this morning and night
at the usual hours.
Long John Wcntworth has been nom
inated as a candidate for Alderman from
the first ward iu Chicago.
The Bulletin job office and counting
room is back into its old quarters again,
corner Washington avenue and Twelfth
The ferryboat Three States will b laid
up for repairs to-day. She will not make
an excursion trip, thereforo it is safe to pre
dict that we will have no rain to-day.
Mme. Demorests reliable patterns for
April just received at W. E. Gholson's. It
The Western Union Telegraph compa
ny has secured control of the Mutual Union
and it is to be operated entirely in the in
terest of the former company.
Blanks to be filled in for publication
of tax purchasers notice will be furnished
free of charge on application at The Bil
lltix office. tt.
See Jeff Clark's wall paper before
Mrs. Catharine Dougherty, widow of
Ex-Lieutenant-Gov. Dougherty, died at
Jonesboro, Tuesday last, aged seventy-five
The person who picked up a ten-dollar
bill at the corner of Sixth street and Ohio
levee yesterday afternoon, will find a notice
of interest to himself in special locals.
A beautiful Placq'ie given away with
every $ 5 worth of goods bought at W. E.
The month of March ha3 kept up its
reputation for being a month of bad weath
er, r.ntifiiMlly well this year. Rain fell
every unoay auring tue iiiouuj.
Qaitea number of citizens were hum
orously inclined yesterday and celebrated
"All Fool's Day" in an appropriate man
ner. Some of the victims were collectors
of monthly bills.
There will be only Sunday school at
the Methodist church to-day at the usual
Lour, Rev. Searrett having been called to
attend a quarterly meeting a: Mound City
Twenty thousand rations will be is
sued at Memphis and the same amount at
Tiptonvillc, for the destitute in Tennessee,
nnd 80,000 will be sent to Memphis fur
Ladies Congress Gaiter Shoes in Peble,
Goat and French kidd, arc to be found on
ly atW.E.Gohlson's. It
To-day the church of tho Redeemer
will be thrown opm to tho public for the
first time within the last month or more.
The usual services will be held. Rector
Davenport arrived yesterday.
Services at tho Prepbytcrian church
last night, preparatory to tho celebration
of the holy communion this morning, were
well attended. This morning's service in
that church promises to bo very interest
As (in indication of tho return of
spring, tho various railroad lines are bo-
Btiriug themselves in regard to tho summer
tourist business for tho coming season.
Tho roads arc taking steps for making rates
and aro getting their advertising matter iu
trim for a large business.
There aro, according to tho county pa
per, 131 candidated for olllco in Rullard
county, and it is very plain that at leant
125 of them will get left, and will bo also
left without a support, as their other work
will be neglected in tthia struggle for
( ffice. There aro two factious iu thecouuty,
tliu Wickliffe party nnd tho Blandvillo
party, and fierce doth tho warfare rage.
Last night between 9 and 10 o'clock,
the magnificent new steamer "'City of Cairo"
was to arrive at tho Cairo wharf from
Jeffersonville, and, after a few minutes' stay,
depart for St. Louis, whore she will re
ceive her furniture. Sho will mako her
maiden trip in shout ten clays, nnd that
will be the time to honor her in a befitting
manner at this point.
Fivo barrels of pickled pork nnd tight
barrels of t orn meal, nil marked "Robert
Wilson, Mound City, III.," were still left on
wharf boat No. 2 yesterday morning and
wero distributed during the day nnioni; a
largo crowd of negroes by Commissioner
Guy Morse. This will probably bo an end
f tho Tenth Btreit comuiisnry.
What with butter of carrion; milk of
lard, sulphuric acid and water; sugar of
glucose and sand j and coffee of chicory, it
would seem that the only diet that is worthy
of confidence and capabable of standing
all tests, is hash.
Easter this year falls on the ninth of
April. It fell on this day Jn 1871. It will
not, however, fall on this day again after
tho present year till 1914; then again in
ia50,,2034,etc. In 1860 it will fall on April
25th, its latest possible date. This will
be tho first time it has occurred si flee the
introduction of tho new stylo in 1752. It
will then not occur ngain on April 25th
until after an interval of fifty-seven years,
or in 19-13, and then not again for one hun
dred andsitythrce years.
A gentleman named Seal has mado
application to the commissioners of this
county for a liscense of ten years to run a
ferry boat between Cairo and Bird's Point,
Mo. Petitions were circulated Friday by
Messrs. John McNulty and W. L. Bristol,
nnd were very numerously signed by our
businessmen. Mr. Seals has a good boat
capable of carrying eight wagons and from
twenty-five to fifty passengers, lie will
commence running her as soon as tho li
cense are granted him.
The list of aspirants for the United
States senate, as given by the Chicago
Evening Journal, is as follows: Gov. Cul
lom, Robt. Lincoln, Commissioner Rauni(
Ex-Congressman Farewell, Ex-Senator
0'lesby, Gen. T. J. Henderson, Congress
man Davis, E. B. Washburn, E. A. Storrs
and John M. Hamilton. The Journal mod
estly refrained from adding to this list Ex
Gov. Shuman, who has lately been men
tioned as a suitable candidate for the posi
tion. Mrs. Stowe, who was lost in the great
steamboat fire at Memphis on Thursday,
was iu early life a pupil of the renowned
Dan Rice, an J under the name of Lizzie
Marcellus she won renown as ono of the
best female riders in the country. For two
years or m re she was the star sari with
Biraum's great Leveling combination.
The circus and menagerie under her
husband's raanagenient.bas been at Vidalia,
La., fr some time past refi'.ting and was on
its way to Cairo to start on a spring aud
The avenge state of the theremorneter
in the mrtbwest as reported from twenty
different stations by Serjeant W. II. Riy's
weather bulletin yesterday aftern-xw, w.s
seventy-seven and a half degrees above
zero, showing a rise over the previous re
port of twelve and a half ilegrees. The
thermometer rose as high as eighty-three in
several places, acd it was seventy-four at
this point. The rise was heavy and gener
al throughout, which jiives promise of rain
soon. A very slight rain was reported from
Chattanooga yesterday, but none from any
Martha ana Anna uiacK, the mother
and daughter, who were arrested on Thurs
day by Officers Slartin and Mahsnny for
having in their possession a quantity of
silverware, belouging to Tho Haliiday,
were given a preliminary examination be
fore Justice J. II. Robinson Friday, and
were held to bail in the sum of one hun
dred and City dollars each to answer the
charge of larceny before tho circuit court.
They were unable to givo the bond and
were confined to the county jail to await
trial. The goods stolen comprise four salt
sellers, five tablo spoons, three or four
forks and ono dozen teaspoons all but the
first named are silver plated, and of con
It looks &i though nothing could arrest
or retard tho flow of population to this
country from the Old World. Tim arrivals
at New York alone last week wero 11,391,
an increase of 3,503 over those of the cor
responding week of last year. At this rate
we shall increaso our population of this
year, by foreign accession, over 000,000,
and during tho decade 6,000,000. It if
stated that the demand for farm labor keeps
pace with the new accessions from abroad,
and there is littlo difficulty in finding em
ployment for thoso of tho new comers who
know anything about agricultural pursuits.
Tho demand is greatest in tho Western
states, but even in New York, Now Jersey
and Pennsylvania many of tho immigrants
Last Friday night's meeting of the
young teniporanco peoplo at Reform
hall was ono of unusual interest. It was
well attended by peoplo of) all sges who
manifested much interest in the exercises.
Tho programme consisted of a solo, by Miss
Kffie Coleman; a declamation entitled "Tho
Riven," by Mr. G"orco Corliss; another
solo by Miss Annie Rily ; a selection from
'The Signal," by Miss Jeunio Wilson,' nnd
a duet, by MisMelMitli Martin and Maud
Rittenhouse. Among tho regular business
dispoHedJof thu acceptiotiof tho resignation
of Miss Clnra Stephenson, one of tho secre
taries, and tho election t) her stead of Miss
Maud Rittenhouse, and tho adoption of a
resolution to give a social dance at some
time in tho near tuture, was tho most im
portant.' The report was abroad In tho city yes
terday and tho day before, that Mr. Cas
well, an employe of Mr. C. It. Woodward,
living near tho corner of Twenty-third
street und Ilolbrook avt'iiue, waa alllicted
with small pox. Invetigatiim revealed tho
fact that Mr. Caswell U side, but not seri
ously, and whether his chhii m vmi.ll-pnx or
could not If positively 'i, yesterday. For
several week pint Mr. Civiwdl's children
have hern alllicted with chicken-pox, nnd
as there is b great similarity between small
pox and chicken-pox, it is very probable
that Mr. Caswell's affliction is nothing
more serious than the latter.' IIo is not
confined to his bed, but moves about tho
house. Tho authorities are alert and orders
have been given that tho family and prem
ises be isolated until the exact character of
Mr. Caswell's ailment bo known und until
all possibility of contagcon disappears.
A rise of ono inch was observable in
tho Ohio river at this point during tho
twenty four hours ending at one o'clock
yesterday afternoon, at which hour it mark
ed forty-ono feet eleven inches on tho
guage. This nsu of one inch took placw
during the previous night, as tho river was
known to bo on a stand from seven o'clock
yesterday morning until noon. About six
o 'cluck at night it was even forty-one feet
nine inches, showing a slight decline dur
ing the afternoon. At points above here,
with the exception of St. Louis, where tho
Mississippi rose two inches, the rivers have
generally fallen. At Chattanooga Jit fell
onu foot four inches; at . Cincinnati, one
foot five inches; at Louisville, one foot six
inches; at Nashville, five inches.
A rumor was afloat yesterday that,
owing to the recent little rise in the river
here the" sewers had been closed again. Tho
rumor was untrue; there was, there is and
there will be for some timo to. come, no
necessity for closing the sewers. When
they were opened, the river stood at about
forty-three and a half feet on the guage and
was on a level witli the sipe water in the
low places inside of the levees. The water in
side has fallen on an average of aboittlS inch
es which would bring i'S level on the gauge
down to about forty-two feet three inches.
The river came to a stand yesterday morn
ing, marking about forty-one feet ten inchrs
and lackiug five inches of being -up to a
level with the water inside. The prob i
bilities are that henceforth thu river will
continue to fall until it reaches below the
mouths of the sewers (which it will reach
nt twenty-six feet) and will remain below
them until the next fill or winter rise.
The congressional commerce commit
tee discussed Wednesday the question
whether the Mississippi levee committee
should be allowed to bring up its bill out
of regular order for consideration in the
house and resolved that as the commerce
committee had exclusive jurisdiction of
appropriations tor the Mississippi thu lat
ter committee ehou'.d resist any attempt to
pass an appropriation for tho Miiippi
which shall not pass through the hands of
the commerce committee. Mora than a
week ano thu commerce committee reached
the Mississippi river in its preparation of
the river and harbor bill, but laid it aside
to discuss interstate commerce and other
matters. They are about to resume the
subject, dpt. Leather! arrived and ob,
fained consent to adJres thu committee
for fifteen minutes yesterday on the outlet
question. Van Horn and a few other fol
lowers of Cow don are very actively lobby
ing with individual congtesaincn in favor
of tho outlet schemee.
Some of the particulars of the terri
ble steamboat disaster at Memphis on
Thursday.partako somewhat of thu Humor
ous, but the horror with which one is im
pressed by reading tho whole account
leaves no room for light thoughts in
connection with tho affair, though there
is no harm iu recording all the incident.
A large bear belonging to Stowe' circus
had been chained on tho deck of the boat,
under guard of one of thu keepers. During
the fire by some means the bear got loose
and jumped into tho river. A skiff from
shore approached, the oarsmHn believing
the object to be a human. Tho bear climb
ed into the boat, frightening tho aforesaid
oarsm-in half out ot his wits. For a timo
the skiffsman was in doubt whether or not
to jump into the river and swim ashore, but
thu bear behaved very nicely, lay down
quietly nnd was rowed to tho shore, where
ho walked out on tho bank as peaceablo cs
any bear could.
As stated by The Bullp.tin a day or
two ago the republican's of tho Illinois
legislature have prepared a plan of redis
trictiugtbo btateby which the democrats
will recuivo six districts and tho republi
cans fourteen. This project was offered in
the legislature on Thursday as being tho
result of several days hard and Secret la
bor on tho part of a numerous committee;
when t)o truth is that the plan was pre
pared before the committee had been ap
pointed and The Bullktin had statud be
fore it was offered w hat its principal fea
tures wero. This, now tho eighteenth dis
trict, Is mado tho nineteenth, and Col Mor
rison's county is added to this, which re
sults iu making that gentleman's district
strongly republican, nnd throwing him out
of conuross. This district is mado to com
prise Monroe, Randolph, Perry, Jackson,
Union, Johnson, Popo, Massno, Pulaski,
Alexinder counties; republican by 818.
This plan of apportionment, it is said, will
ho reported to the general committee at ita
first meeting. Tho arrangement of the
counties is declared by thoso who pretend
to know to bo in accordance with the or
ders received from headquarters, but there
are several errors iu tho figures given.
While the democrats will, have but eix
districts sure, they will havo a lighting
chance fur tho eighteenth and ninotcentb,
and with Col. Morrison's county in this dis
trict, tho chances nru that It wil bo nittido
democratic at tho very uuxt election.
Pulaski Patriot : "The Argus-Journal
and Tu K Bulletin', of Cairo, aro not dis
posed to net square on tho ration question.
The editors of those papers well know hat
Alexander county has ordered and secured
more rations than Pulaski county. Gen
tlemen, come out like men and say your
people needed all they got and moro too.
Publishing such articles as appeared in the
Argus of the 30lli inst., is not calculated to
benefit either county and will in no way
harm tho persons responsible for feeding a
few hungry peoplo for a lew weeks. Now
gentlemen, deal iu truths on this question
for once. We wonder why tho persons re
sponsible for ordering government aid for
All xandur county aro not hauled over the
couls? Wo pause for an answer."
If tho Patriot understands that The Bul
letin denies that Alexander county re
ceived and distributed more rations than
were needed the Patriot makes a mistake.
Tue Bulletin did not and does not deny
this, but did nnd does claim that many of
the negroes who apply for ratious are not
in a condition to need them, while some
who do need them, aro too proud to apply
and must be hunted up by the officers and
commissioners. While The Bcllktih does
not believe in tho sort of pride which t an
refuse a crust kindly offered and sorely
needed, yet it believes that the action of
the Mound City gentlemen and the gover
nor, in going away from homo to obtain aid,
was entirely unnecessary. The poor people
of this and Pulaski counties
could have been furnished all
necessary relief by tho well-to-do
citizens of both cornties, aud the people
of Cairo had already sent over a hundred
dollars wortb of provisions to Beech Ridge
when the secretary of war, in compliance
with a request from Mr. Daniel Hognn of
Mound City, ordered sixteen thousand ra
tions to Pulaski county to be distributed
among the flood sufferers of this part of the
country. In view of thi fact the people of
Cairo would have been very foolish indeed
toisvu refused what the government of
fered, allowed it all to Imj mud to further
the politcal interest! of a few uoicrupulou-i
Puiuski county politicians, ond gone down
into their own pockets to relievn what lit
tle suffering there might bo in this city and
county. The Ptriot has no business to
"wonder why the persons responsible for
ordering government aid for Alexander
county are not hauled vocr the coals?"
The Patriot i well aware of the reason
why. First, "the persons responsible for or
dering government aid tit Alexander coun
ty," did not, like the persons responsible for
ordering g )Veru;n. 'at ai l for Pulaski coun
ty, greatly overesiimate the amount of suf
fering in the county, nnd thus slander th
county and lay themselves open to the
charge of "obtaining something by false
preten.i-s"; and second, "the persons who
are responsible for ordering government
aid for Alexander county" did not, as did
the persons who ordered government aid
for Pulaski cou nty, ue that"id" illegiti
mately ; they did not abuse tho trust re
posed in them by the fediMl government;
they did fiot make that "aid" a means by
which to attain a selfish end; they did not
seek to gain the good will of the negroes
of this city or county for political purposes
by issuing rations to all alike, cveu to those
kuowu to them to be not entitled to aid of
any kind from anywhere; "the per
sons responsible for ordering government
aid for Alexander county" Imvcexerci-ed
due cure thut none but the needy were tup
plied and have incurred the lasting dis
pleasure of much republican cainpaigu
material in this city and county, because of
their refusal to issue orders for rations
w'jen none wero needed. But enough, in
view of tho tacts above stntc.l, the Patriot
will probably take back its Hceu.vition ot
unfairness so fur us The Cu.i.ktin is con
cerned, and will cease "wondering why thu
persons who are responsible fir ordering
rations for Alexander county are not hauled
over the coals."
Mis9 Dela Gordon left yesterday for Cape
Girardeau to spend a few days on a visit to
Since Friday Mr. James Mason n joiccs
over thu advent in his family of a fine boy
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Biughman return
ed from their wedding tour Friday,' and
will now settle down to blissful matrimonial
life among their many friends who welcome
Mayor N. B. Thlstlewood leaves this af
ternoon for Springfield, from wlionco h
will prouably go to Chicago, aud returs
homo the latter part of this week, The ob
ject of his trip is principally nn improve
ment of his impaired health.
Mr. Guorgo DeOelder, of Beech Ridge,
was in tho city on business yesterday.
Mrs. Wm. Perce, of DuQu in, is in the
city on a vhit to relatives. Mr. Perce has
charge of tho Illinois Central tlioro and is
Mr. Lou'.s Rossmnn, after spumllng a
term at school in Poughkwp.m N. Y-,
has resumed bis position as salcsnum in
tho (iry goods house of Messrs. Goldstisu
Mr. A.Marx returned from New York
last Friday, lie has laid in an extra large
stock of Iate3t styles of ready mado cloth
ing and furnishing goods, the first invoices
of which have .already commenced to ar
rive, and the rest is on the way
Mr. Lyman, of the Texas Pacific w
in tho city yesterday. The track 'of that
road will bo laid to Cairo by tho 1st of
BITS OF FLOATING NEWS.
The Garfield 5 Cent stamp will le fesocd
Jeff Davis has received $21,000 from the
sale of his book.
Mrs. Olo Bull is at Cambridge writing
memorial volumes of her husband.
Three large panthers have beta kilUd
this year in Montgomery county, . Arlua-
About 11 per cent, out sf the whole
army iu the Uuited States dcKits every
It is becoming the fashion in Paris for
young girls to wear their hail in curl
The Philadelphia Times tkinks it be
coming to speak .of Senator Jfalicne ss
"assistant president of Virginia."
Samuel Ward, tho life-long fiiend of
Longfellow, says the poet wns a "noiscles
sowing machine" in his work.
President Angcll of Michigan university
believes "that the one hope of changing
China rapidly is tho gospel of Christ."
"Next to selfishness," aays John Stuart
Mill, "the principal cavse tta makes Hffl
unhappy is want of mental cultivation."
The current issue of Good Words con
tains an article styled "Quebec," with illus
trations by Princesse Louise and her hus
band. Tho law which forbids minors attending
theatres unaccompanied by parents or
guardiaus is clearing tiie galleries in Bslti
more. An evangelistic hall will be erected in
Edinburgh a short distance from the house
of John Knox to commtaiorajo 'the visit of
Moody nnd Sankcy.
Geo. M. Pullman sni wife rode through
Italy in their own palace far, the first that
was ever taken south ot the Swiss lakes..
Should a war break o jt in Europe it
would, all things considered, be a rather
embarrassing thing for Russia to have to
apply to the jews fu money.
Rev.Dr.B. p. DvCosta, rrctor of thc
Church of St. J .hns. the Evangelist, New
York, has been appoint! editor-in-chief of
the blagazine of American KWory.
Prince LevjMild will be married it tartan.
The proper tartan of the myol frmily in tle
royal Stuart, nllhoo-h several dw tartans
have lwen dotrKnr-d fr it.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ON TIIE 17TII DAY OF APRIL,
A. D. 1882,
Al 'Oo'c'oric )n ihi foronoon t lh freight hoot
i) I thu L inc. (run Mountain and Hitiln"rn rail
way cnuiutny In ibe city ! Cilro, .ute of lluaolr.
Iln- fn!l(ln(f di-.rrliwri Arilc p. coBnlpneri M belnw
will tin n t pnlilic taction, top? charge rlt;
.1 II. lieeil H.l pkg (2;whevl
Win hny M.m.....M...M I cheat tool
1..S lioi lbn lundrtee
Irfiul. ilrlrt 1 bdl. of tack
H. W. Knukeo ken br
Do. S Iwer kK
Bel!vll brow. lo..- 3 btcr kK
H. Frtnkun..... 5 beer krge
A. Luhr ...-.-1 hf brleler
J. llrMlfurd lbot kaKdt
Ma L'lnltmnt ,....lbox unSrtee
W. T. Johnnon ciJ tool
Louis II rrberl. ...... beet
Hory Wood 1 home pewor
Loo I Herbert. 0 beer ke(
Hnrrlaon tVoo4 1 boi hh ro"
Uennon Aro I hl hardware
That the ntiu iavo been recetred by Ibe St Louis
Iron Mtiinitiun and fiw bern railway company m
common carder, in Vh reirnlnr eonree I lotioe
coimincd a ihuvci to Cnln, lllluolmud
nd the tlnm ri-jtilrc'l bv law.
JHRST. LM'1.1. IKli MOVSTAIN AND
SOlTlIlUt.N it tlLWAY COMPANY. BY H.
II. MliaiUItN, A.QKST.
PaM Mar-h Hint, IHSi.
HILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. UBAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Whrat.
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