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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 0, 1882.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
City Officers.
Mayor N. B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer T J, Kerth.
Clerk-Dennis. .(.Foley.
Counselor Wm. II. Gilbert.
Marshal L. H. Meyers,
Attorney WUllam Uendrlck.
oako of U)it'
First Ward-Wm.MeHale.T. M. Klmbrough.
rtecond Ward-Jesse llnikle, C. N. Uuhee.
Third Ward B. F, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth WardCharles 0. Fatler, Adolph Bwo-
b Fifth Ward-T. W. Balllday. Krnost B. PottU.
County Officers.
Circuit J udiie U.J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. lrvln.
Couuty Judice K. 8 Yocnm.
County Clerk 8. J. Huinra.
County Attorney-J. M. Damron.
Couuty Treasurer-Mile W. Parker,
bhi rlrf Jobn Hodge.
Coroner It. FltiKerald
County Commissioner-!. W. Ualllday, J. A.
Ulbbe aud I'eter aup.
Clil'UCHKH.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Oorn.r Tenth and Poplar
streets; preachlug urat and . third (Sundays in
each month, 11 a. m.and7:JWp. m. '.prayer meet
. Thur.day. 7 : p. mHaafy Jfjoo.. 9 j.m
CI1CRCH OF TUB REDEEMER Klcopl)
Fourteenth -itr-eti Hunday T:ou m., Uolr
Bucharlat: 8:30 a.m., Sunday echool ; U 01 a.m.,
Morning; Prayer; T:P. m., Evening Prayer. F.
p. Davenport, 8. T. B. Hector.
LMUaT MlHSIONAKY BAPTIST CHUKCH.
T Preaching at 10 a. m.. P. nd 7:S0 p. m.
Sabbath achool at 7:80 p. m Hot. T. J. Saoje.
pitjtor
fCTUKIUS-ThlrtuoLth ureot; errlt 8ab
j baib 1:30 a. m. bandar scuoolip.m. Kev.
Kuappe, pastor.
MBTITODIHT Cor. Eighth and Walnut atreeU,
Prcaehluz Sabbath 11:00a. m, n l M'
fcugday bcbool at ;U0 p. m. Rot. J. A. 8crrcu.
icr.
r)KESBYTEHIANEIhtb atryet: pwhn n,
1 Sabbath at 11 : a. m. and T:8op. m.; prayer
nWtluK Wednesday at 7) p.m.; Sunday School
at p.m. Re B.Y.Oeore, pastor.
OT. JOHEPH B-.Homan Catholic) Cornel Croai
O and Walnnt trU; ..Price. Sabbath 10 .SO,
o.; Sunday School at S p. m.; Mpari I 1
rjci.ereryd.yatSa.in. Ker. O'Uara, Priest.
C T. PATKICK'9-(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
a.h and 10 .. m, i V--. . I P-
Mum. emcos ey u; hbi-.
Jrutt.
JL, R, TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CSSTRALKjt.
MISS CENTRAL B. K.
v.u 4S5amtMal .. 5:00p.m-
ST. L, 4 C. R. K. (Narrow Gne.)
R.nrna. lo .m I Eipr.ss 4:35p.m
- I&diuon. 1 1?. p.m I .Aciom-datoln W:0S p.m
j- ST L , I. M. 8- K. R.
Daily except Sunday, t Dallj.
MOBILE 4 OHIO B. B.
M.,l i )i b. I Mail .7:45 p.m.
BxprriiVrJiwU. I Bxprea. T;tf p..
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
THE
Shortest anil Quickest Route
T O
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Hunnint?
O DAILY TRAINS
O From Cairo,
Making Dibkot Connection
WITH
EASTERN LINES.
ArrtTlnif In 8t. Louie a m ; Chtcak-o.tl :30p.m. ;
ConuUnK at Odin and Branam for Cincin
nati, Lonlavllle. lndlanapolia and point Baat.
11 -lO ii.m. 8t. Iouis ivnd "Vetern
Kxpre.
Arrlvlna in St. Loula7:95p. m., and eonnectlni!
for all points Weat.
4:20 p.m. B'ant Kxpreaa.
or8t. Louie and Chicajm, arrivmR at St. Louli
10:40 p.m., and Chicago i : a.m.
4:aO p.m.Cinoinntl ICxpreaa.
Arrlln at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louiarille 7:20
a.m.: Indlan.polla 4:00 a.m. Paaaenr. by
thta iraln rearb the above point IB to 36
HOURS In advance of any other route.
IW'l'he4"i0 p. m. v.preel haa PCLLMAK
SLEEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chancee, aud through aleepurt to St. Lonla nd
Chicago.
Fast Time East.
n,. cenn fo-a by tbla lino go through to Kaat.
raSSeilfferS era polnu without ny delay
cauaed bv Sunday Intervening. Tlw Satnrdav after,
noon train froia Cairo arrivca in nP Yo'k Monday
aiornlugatio:). TUlrty alx hour In advauceof
ny other route. , , ,
iw-Fiii through tickets and further information,
airplT at Illlnola Caulral Railroad Depot, Cairo. ,
VAS. JOHNSON, J. H. JON KB,
Gon. Bonthorn Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON, Gen. I'aaa. Agent. Chlcaao
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Express find Mall leaves Cairo, every day except
Bandar, at 10:25 a.m. Arrlv-s 4:85 p. m.
AMomuiodailonarrlvoi at 12:05 p. m. and do
parts at 1 :iW p. m. ,
PHYSICIANS.
G
EORQE II. LEACH, M. D.
PhvRioian and Surgeon, .
Snoclftl attention paid to the Homoopaimc treatr
ment of surgical dlsearos, and diseases of woman
fflco:lroullihstr)ot, oppositotbo Post Office,
, Cairo, III.
DENTISTS.
jyn. W. C. JOCBLYN,
DENTIST.
OFFICB-Kightk Street, noar Comn arclal Arenmi
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H. B W. WniTLOCK,
Dental Surgeon. "
Omui-No. lan Commercial Avenue, botwesn
WOOD YAH1J.
Q W. WHEELER,
ANTIIIIACIT. COAL
Summer Wood aud Kiudliiif:
coDitantly ou hana
STAVE CLIPPINGS ,
At Heenty-flve cents per load.
Stavo Trimmings
At one dollar per load.
The "trlmmlngc"are coarse shavings and make
the beat summer wood for cooking purpoaeaas well
as the cheapest ever sold In Cairo. For black
mltb's nae lraotnng tlraa, they aro unequalled
Leavo ynor orders at the Teeth street wood yard
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CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
FERRYBOAT
THREE rcSl STATES.
' On r.nd after Monday, June 7th, and nntll tnrther
notice thefunyboat will make trips as follows;
'.ATI LliTIS LTS
Foot Fourth et. Mlssonrl Land'g. Kontnr.ky Ld g.
1:00 a m.
10:00 a. m.
S:00 p. m.
4:0f p.m.
8:30 a. m.
10:30 a. m.
2:30 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
SUNDAYS
3:80 p.m.
9 a. m,
II a. m.
t p. m.
6;iX) p.m.
2 p. m.
I P.m
TUB HALL! DAT.
"THE 1IALLIDAY"
A New and compuaii H.itol, fronting on Lcvce
hecond aim Kiillron'I Htrt'i'lS,
Cairo. Illinois.
Th PaaaenL-cr Dniot of the ChlfK'.'o, St. Lnuls
tuf Jew Orleans: IllluoU Central; Wabash, St.
Louis and Paclilc; Iron Mountain and Sontnern,
Mnhlluand Ohio: Cairo and St. Louis Railways
are all Just across the street ; while the Steamboat
Lauding Is hut one ("inure distant.
This Hotel la heated by gteam. ns steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Klevator, Electric Call Bells.
Automatic Klre-Alarms, Hatha, absolutely pure air,
ported sewerage and tompleto appointments.
Superb furnKhtutis; perfect service; and an nn
oxc.'lli'd table,
I P. PARKKK .te CO.,IJosmone)
HANK.
ALEXANDER COUNTY
IBIAINIKI
Commercial Avenue and Eifflith Street,
CAIRO. ILLS.
OfU(M-V?
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F.HROSa, President,. I P. NBFF.Vlccrrca'ut
U. WELLS, Caehler. T. J. liurtb, Ass'l cash
Directors:
F. Bros . Ca'ro I William Knit. .Cairo
Peter Ncrr " wiuiam won....
CM Ostcrlob " I . Poller "
E. A. Buder " I It. Well "
J. Y. Clemou, Cnloduuia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exehanso aold andbouubt. Intorust nUI lu
the Savtnga Department. Collections raudo and
ail business promptly attunded to, '
VARIETY STORE.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
BM M
O. O. PAT1EK & GO.,
0or. Nineteenth street) Pilirn Til
ConimoKlalAvouniir VUUU, Ails
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HE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois, ,
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, 100.000
A General Banking: busiuess
Conducted.
TIIOQ. W. IIALLIDAV.
Cashier
JNTKHPKISB SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, ,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. IIALLIDAY,
Treasurer.
COAL
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No. 27
8th St.
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1ST 1ST
S Tinware. S
HILL AND COMMISSION.
TJALLIDAY BROTHERS
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Commission Merchants,
DliXJUS IK
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Proprietors
Egyptian Flowing Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
ICE.
JOHN SPROAT,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Refrigerator Cars
AND
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N.WELI
P. HEED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
OFFIOEl
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
187G. . 1882.
500 REWARD !
Stillmak's ELIXIR ok LIFE
A purely Yegetablo Blond Purifier, and guaran
teed to cure M cases In 100, or money refurded.
The above reward will he paid for a remedy whlcb
will euro as many case of Malaria, Fever and Ape,
Dyspepsia, Kbeumatlani, Catarrh, Liver and Kid
nevUiseasos. t,(X bottles sold on Its merits,
without advertising In leven yenra. If bilious,
languid, and your ambition is gono, life lagloomr.
Trv one bottle. It will convince yon of ita superi
ority over any other remedy, if you have auv llu
niora of tho Skin or blood, from whatever cause,
th's Kllilr will euro It when all oilier remedies
have failed. Ask yonr dniRlst for It. Price $1
anrtlj. A J dollar bottle sent by express iro
paid. MTdbyA. L. 8TILLMAN & CO., New
York Circulars free. II. C. WILLAKD, Oen'l
Aitent U. S. aud Canada, Troy, N. Y,
rpilK
HEGULAR CAIRO AND
DAILY PACKET.
PADUCAH
BTEAMEU
GUS FOWLER.
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I1KNRY B. TAYLOR Muster
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Leaves Tuducah for Cairo dally (Hunday except
d) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Heturn
uk, Leaves Cairo at 4 p, m. Mound, City at bp. m.
THE A. R. S AFFORD.
Dally ptrket betwvon Cairo aud Mound C'ty U9
tain Andlo Owen.
Leave Cairo 7iM A, M,
" Mound City flsK) " "
" Cairo H.t...lil Noon
" Mound City I:'K) P. M.
" Cairo 4:) ' "
" MonndCttv " "
F
OK BALE.
2
Bteamnr Sllvorthorn i 147 foot lenfithj 88 foot
beam 4 font hold, 1 engines: !1 cylinders Hi Inches
dlametsri 4 foot stroke) 4 boilers, 40 Inches dlaine
ter, IHfeel long, Th. boat and machinery I In ex
cellent repair, and In K"od running order) she ha
full cabin and I see of tho best Unlit drsuuht
boat on tb river. For terms apply to, or address
W. .. Turner, master, at Hickman, Kentucky) or
W.F. Lambdlu, liver editor of Dally Dulletlu,
Cairo, lllf .
LIVER NEWS.
W. F. Lamiwkn, river ndltor of Tun Uuutik
and steamboat pai4ongur 'agent. Orders for all
kludsof steamboat Job printing solicited. Ofl'co
at Planters Hotel, No. 51 Ohio leveo.
HTAUES OP TUB UIVKR.
The river ftiirkeil by tho gnugolaat even
ing at this point at one p.m., !J2 feet aad
falling.
Cincinnati, May 5-0 p.m. River 19 foot
6 inches and falling.
Pittsburg, May 5 P p.m. River 4 feet '
1 inch and stationary,
St. Louis, May 56 p.m. River 23 foot
3 inches and falling.
Nashvillo, May 5-0 p.m. River 6 feet
3 inches and falling.
Louisville, May 5th 6 p.m. , 9 feet 7 in
ches in the canal and 7 feet 7 inuhus in the
chute on the falls, and falling.
The Sto. Genevieve, frem Memphis, had
530 bales of cotton which she discharged
here last uight aud will leave for St. Louis
early this morning.
To-morrow tho Jus. W. Gaff will land
here on her way to Cincinnati. Ana her
"Grand Excursion" to tho musical festi
val which takes place thero on the 16th
inst., continuing for four consecutive days
will be attended by thousands of people.
This stupendous musicul festival has been
gotten up regardless of expense, aud tho
finest musical talent in Europe or America
has beon secured. Tho round trip to Cin
cinnati from Cairo and return ia only
$12.00 with rooms included while in port.
Tho Gaff has an elegant string band on
board and everything that can be provided
for the comfort of her guests will be sup
plied by her worthy corps of officers head
ed by Capt. Bob Wise.
The Gus Fowler, tho schedule packet of
the Ohio river, and the most scccessful
boat that ever represented tho Cairo and
Paducah packet trade, came down yes
terday with a big crowd of passengers, and
left on ber return trip at 6 p.m.,with hb
good up trip 86 she did down. The
Fowler is good stock, but k not on the
market.
The C. W. Anderson filled out hero
pretty well. She left with her craw stuiTed.
She did not get off until 3 a.m., yesterday.
She had 2,300 sacks of corn for B. 6. Rhea
of Nashville, as ono item.
Tho W. P. Il&lliday, of the Anchor line,
arrived here early yesterday morning with
a splondid trip from St. Louis f'r Now Or
leans. She received a large lot of freight
here, and left with her guards dragging
the water.
Yesterday was a very pleosant day, but
business throughout the city and on tho
levee also, was decidedly calm.
Remember tho Vint Shinklo is duo to
day for Memphis. Passengers going south
by water can secure tickets of W. F. Lam
bdin at Planters House. Tho Shinklo is
reliable, and no boat that floats can boast
of a more competent and courteous crew
than tho Shinklo carries. Capt. G. W
Thompson, master, Uol. G. D. Mwro, chief
scribe.
The U. P. Seheiick is properly due here
thia evening for New Orleans, but owing to
a largo amount of freight engaged at Ta
ducah and points above. It is probable
she will not reach here until to-morrow
morning.
Remember tho Vint Shinklo on her re
turn trip for Cincinnati binds her next
Wednesday, 10th inst. She will 4uke pas
sengers to tho great musical festival at tho
low excursion rate of 12.00 for round trip
including rooms in port.
Thero aro a great many unemployed
sttiHinboatiucn in the city waiting for
something to turn up. Wo hope that ls
Iness on tho tivtr will soon bo so that all of
them may have good positions.
Tho charges preferred upou Leandur
Huff, recent mate ot tho twboat Henry
Louroy, for an attempt to kill Capt. Long,
master, of tho Louroy, looks rather bad tor
Aeury, liowovor there is "always two sides
to most all cases aud wo will give him tho
benefit of silence until tho case is investi
gated. Tho Dell Memphis leaves this evening for
Cairo, Memphis and Vicksburg. Lookout
for her to-morrow.'
Tho Buckeye State, trom St. Louis, is
duo hero to-morrow evening for Pitts
burg. Tho Hickory, out of tho Tennessee, Capt.
Randall Balleti, mantcr, arrived here yes
terday morning at 3 o'clock with 200 tons
of pig iron and 80 chord of hickory spoko
timber. She departed at 7 a.m.
Tho Emma Etheridgo came down the
Ohio last evening, lauded hero at 4 o'clock,
fiho left on her return up tho Ohio to Louis
villo at 5 p.m., yyaterday. Bud Smodley
and Billy Phillips will have charge of tho
pilot house.
Tho mammoth tow boat Joo Williams
will leavo to day lor the Upper Ohio with
a big tow of 18 pieces.
Capt. Gillmoro, of tho Hudson, Evans-
ville St Louisville packet company, arrived
in the city yesterday on the Gus Fowler.
ho is here on business concerning his
boat.
Mr. Ed, Wilson, of the firm of Thomp
son, Wilson & Co., wholesalo iquor dealers
at PaJucab, is in the city on business.
' Ciwintt ti-k fha Inrrrrt antniinf nf Itiiainnaa
w ' g v wu w awigw wuivuuv va iuoiuijdd
transacted by the Fannio Tatura last trip
to St, Louis, she will not leave there for
Cairo and Paducah until 5 o'clock this
evening.
PEItSONALS.
Miss Carrie Koehler, who has been very
ill for several weeks, was able to bo up
again yesterday.
Mr. C. R. Woodward is in Golconda on
business.
ONLY ONE PATH TO SUCCESS.
Btoomlngton Bulletin.
Tho Woman's Christian Tempera-'ico
Union of Illinois has formulated a pledge
to bo circulated among tbo voters of tho
state before the fall elections. It reads as
follows :
We, voters of Illinois, horeby pledgo our-
Bolves to the Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union, that we will, in primary meet
ings and conventions, work for tho nomina
tion of, and at the polls vote for such candi
dates only as will promise to vote for the
submission to the peoplo of Illinois of a
constitutional amendment grauting equal
franchise to woman as a weapon ot defense
against the liquor trafic and for tho pro
tection of her borne.
With this littlo paper weapon, tho good
women of the Christian Temperance Union
proposo to fight a battle at the polls this
fall. They will most probably fail, for
numerous reasons. Many men, who believe
that women have an abstract right to vote,
have not the courage to say so, and others,
also of the same mind, regard it as impolitic
to advocate the doctrine, and entertain good
and sufficient reasons why they do not wish
to see women take upon themselves tho re
sponsibility of the ballot. Many men are
unalterably opposed to woman suffrago
"because they are," and all the saloon men
and "personal liberty" advocates are against
it from interested motives. But the great
and principal reason why tho temperance
women will fail is that the mass of women
do not care to vote. If they did, they
would fight the battle at their own firesides
and gain a victory there that would soon
show itself at the polls. But they do not,
aud their indifference is of such a character,
that not all the eloquenco of tbo Willards,
the Anthonys, tho Stantons and the Liver
mores of this day can rouse in the average
feminine breast, a spark of enthusiasm on
the subject of woman's right to the ballot.
It isihirty years, more or lesB, since the
subject whs first agitated in this couutry
and in England. In the Unitod States, tho
pioneers of tho movement are still the tiro
less workers for the cause iu which they en
listed for lifo. Time has silvered their
heads and wrinkled their brows, but it has
not brought them the fruition of their hopes.
They have seen nations dismembered, races
of men freed from bondage, aud the goo.
graphy of the civilized world changed, but
excepting in the territory of Wyoming,
thero is not a polling placo in the United
States where a woman can cast an unre
stricted ballot. In some localities she is per
mitted to vote on school questions, but thus
far and no farther can she go. And in few
instances docs sho avail herself of this
privilege. And the reason is because she
docs not wish to. Tho woman suffragists
have spent thirty years trying to convert tho
men to tbo causo of woman suffrago. If
they are ever to succeed, they must begin
anew and labor to convert tho women. In
this lies their only rational hope of suc
cess. MISSISSIPPI IMPROVEMENTS.
A MBMOHIAL.
Washington, May 4. Chairman Thomas
ot tho committee on levees and improve
ment of tho Mississippi, backed by Mr.
Ellis of Louisiana, and others from the
Mississippi valley, havo proparod end pro
scutod to the commerce oommittoo a me
motial in rotation to tho Mississippi.
Thoso geutlomon propose to take from tho
calendar of tho committoe of the whole of
leveo uommittoo bill and refer it to tbo
commerce committeo, with tho understand
ing that it shall bo reported back as soon
as practicable without change and as an
independent bill, and that a day be fixed
for its consideration in the house. Tbo
luvee committee are very impatient of the
delay attending the river and harbor bill,
aud anxious not only that the appropria
tion tor tho Mississippi shall be provided
in a sopurato bill, but that the committee
shall not be hampered by provisos and
conditions in tho exorcise of bis judge
ment as to repairing or building lovecs.
The levee committee bill
APPHOPHIATEB $0,800,000.
In round numbers for the outiro Mississippi
and leaves the commission free to use ita
discretion as to the construction or repair
of levees in connectloa with tho Improve
ment of navigation. Messrs. Thomas and
Ellis made a very earnest effort to-day to
impress tho commerce committoe with the
force of their views ot this matter, but
this afternoon Chairman Page of the com
merce committee said that the committee
would not report to the house an indepen
dent bill for the Mississippi, but would pro
vide for it liberally in the river and harbor
bill, and would not insert any restriction
upon tho commission in carrying out their
plans for improving tho navigation.
LETTER LIST.
LIST OF LETTEItS HEMAININO UNCALLED
FOll IS TUB rOSTOKFICB AT CAIRO, ILL.,
BATCHDAV, MAY 6, 1883. .
LADIES' LIST.
Berigur, Caroline Anions, Laurie
Burton, Lulu Brooks, America
Blulz, Johanna Blackman, Lizzie,
Brown, Maria Bradley, Hearietta
Creggens, Mary Churchman, Anna
Deamau, Lucy Framor, Belle
Hall, Jane Harris, Anna
Kinkauion, Elen Kelley, Ellen
Louis, EC L Mullory, MA
McFarland, Uattie Newman, Kitty
Powells, Vellvadora Robinson, Clara
Hutlodge, Josio Ityce, 8 E
Snell, Mary Smith, Mary E
Underwood, Ellar White, AHco.(col)
Weber, Catharine White, Mahely
Weed, Maty.
oents' LIST.
Brueh, G A
BlukcHlcc, O S &
Beagle, Robbert
Bledsoe, Geo
Co Bragg, Marion
Bush, Wm
Cox, David
Carney, Sumucl
Enders, Jas
Freeman, Albert
Graham, John 2
Gillispie, P II
Hopkins, Ed
Hanrichs, Henry
Humston, Harry F
HarriB, Noar
Jany, James
Jackson, F A
Ceeley, W M, Rev
Landsynger, Gus
Mottell, E
Nevins, Ed
O'Conuoll, James
Ploog, Henry, 9
Petty, Wm 8
Rollison, Rich'd
Ringo, Ruffut
Suell, Rudy
Bikes, T 8
Speights, Dr n 3
Walton, Nepton.
Britton, Albeit
Cole, Stephen
Deluuey,
Furgason, Jno
Gordon, J as
Gollogly, Patrick
Goslee, S W
Harrell.E A
Howes. Harry F
Hylands, J
Hord, M F
Jones, Peter
James, Alex
Kerrigan, Tlum
Lemard, R II
Norton, C 11
Newcomb, Jas
Phipps, Pitnl A
Pluon, Wesflcy
Parnell J C
Reno, W II
Sizelove.Goo
Smith, Tommie .
Stratton, Bob
Williams, Frank
Persons calling
for the above mentioned
will plcaso say ad
vertised.
Geo. W
McKkaio, Postmaster,
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given some enterpriscing man
in The ucllettn Building, which is now
offered for snlo on easy terms, long timo
and low rate of interest. Tho buildim
lias rented for tho past year for
fifty to sixty-two' dollars per month.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings a thrco story 40x00 and a
two story 10 x 43. Has a frontage of 501
feet on Washington avenue and 150fecton
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c., in tho 2 story building
will bo sold with ;it. For particulars ad
dress this office,. or John II. O'ocrly, Bloom
ington, Ills.
Taking Timo by tho Forelock,
At tho battlo of Groveton Stonowall
Jackson tried un experiment which nonr
ly frightened a Foaoral division out of
their booU Bars cf railroad iron were
cut up into foot-lotigUw and fired from
somo of bis heaviest guns, and tho noiso
these missiles mado as they went sailing
through tho air wiw a Rort of cross be
tween tho shriek of a woman and tho
bray of a nnilo. Tho Federals hstonod
in wonder ut tho first few which banged
through the tree-tops, and presently ono
of the" pieces fell just in front of a Penn
sylvania reginiont A captain stepped
forward to inspect it, nnd after turning
it over lie rushed to his Colonel with tho
news:
'Colonel, them infernal robs aro firing
railroad iron at us!"
"No!"
They ure, for n fact!"
"Captain, ndvtuico your company to
that l'iiloi, nd dt'ploy, and tho uiinuto
you liud Jackson is getting ready to fire
freight curs ut us send me word. I don't
propo.su to h:ivo my regiment mashed
into llio ground when it can just as well
be deirntly exterminated in tho regular
way!"
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Sgnu ana ninth Dtreeu

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