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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
OPFICK: NO. 78 OHIO LKVEE.
ENTEHKD AT TUB CAIRO rOBTOFFICK FOR
TRANSMISSION THnoUOB THE MM LB AT 8 EC'
OKD CLASS BATES.
MoiAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
lotirei'.u tot column, eignt cunts per line for
rut auit (We ceutt pur lioe utchubequent lniT
iin. Fur oua week. SO cents pur line. For onu
uuth.tkicontt per line.
60c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Receipt books, Ciiiro date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured tt'jd for bale at the Cairo Bulletin
To Be Continued.
The business of the late Win. Alba will
be continued by Mrs. Alb at the old place.
Mr, Conrad Alb will havo personal super
vision of the business and will see that it
is conducted in the future as it was in the
past, under the able management of de
ceased, in a inannor that will give the
greatest satisfaction to the patrons of the
establishment. A continuance of tbe cus
torn of the past is solicited.
Try John A. Miller's jewelery estab
lishmeat before you make jour Holiday
purchases. He has anything you waut and at
lowest prices. tf
Grand Opera Restaurant opposite
Opera tlouso up stairs, Back entrance on
7th street. Oysters in every style. 11-26 tf
in market at DeBauu's 56 Ohio levee.
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a good nioal call at Schoun
rueyer's Restauraut cor. 10th st. and Wash
ington Ave. Only 25 cents for a regular
meal, and day boardors will find the best
accomodation on reasonable terms.
60c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Ladies Rjataurant opposito Opera
House. Ous Botto proprietor, 11-20 tf
For Oysters in any style go the Grand
Opera Restaurant Entrances on Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-28 tf
For Oysters -go
to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksiMitbiug and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Boils, pimples, and all blood diseases
are cured by "Dr. Liodsey's Blood Searcher."
Bold by all druggists. Never fails.
Mr. J. Vasdekvees, Druggists, Graud
Haven, Mieh. I can safely recommend
Ely's Cream Balm for the cure of Catarrh,
Cold in the Head, &c. Before I have used
the first bottle I purchased of ,011 I find
myself cured. At times I could seirccly
smell anything and hid a headacho m"Bt
of the time. Henry Lily, Agent for the
American Express C ., Grnnd Haven, Mich.
A Vailed Performance.
Many wonder b w Parker's Ginger
Tonic can perform such varied cures, think
ing it essence of ginger, when in fact it is
made from many valuable medicines which
act beneficially on tvry diseased organ.
My Son, Hged nine yenrs, was afflicted
with Cutarrlr, tbe use of Ely's Cream Balm
efloctod a complete cure. W. E. Hammax,
Druggist, Easton, Pa.
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, parly decay, loss of man hum,' JLc, I
will send a recipe that will cre you, kiiee
of charge.' ; This reat remedy was
discovered by a minister io South America.
Send a sell-addressed euvelope to tho Rev.
Josei-h T. Ikmax, Station D., New York
City. ' , -
Fob Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Epulis and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
Few, tho "Foiro-Phoaporatod Elixir of
Calisaya," made by Caswell, Hiizird & Co.,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best touic; and firpatients recoveriugYrom
Fever or other sickness, it ban no equal. (1)
Auk you made miserable by Indigestion,
CoDStipatioD, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Stiu f Shilnh's Vitalizer is u posi
te cure. (10)
No lady of refinement likes to resort to
superficial devices to supply a becoming
semblance of of htf former beauty. It is
health aloue that kindle the tire that lights
the countenance and brings back the fresh
tints of the apple blossoms to tho laded
cheek. If anything on earth will do this
it is Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound which has already brought
health to multitudes with whom all other
means have failed.
Richaud Dolguaer, of Columbia, III.,
writes "Brown1 Iron Hitters is the best
tonic medicine 1 have ever found : I will
A beacon in distress Is "Dr. Sellers'
Cough Syrup," the most efficacious remedy
for coughs, colds and hooping couch.
Pine stock of Christmas (roods, jewl
erjr watches clocki tad silverware at John
1. Miller's. tf
THE DAILY CAIRO
The 25lli unniversarv of the organization
01 llio I rcsby terian church will be colobra
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tu1 tn flua IVi.m.B, ..i.... ... 41... OAl.
TrZ:. "2,1 h3U 3V "1,,
of the church. This will be followed by
an address by the pastor. The ladies
ttioctiureti also have mado arranecmonts
for a sociable at the c oso of the address. A
cordial invitation is extended to all, and it
is hopjd that there will be a large attend
''Tho buildings on corner of 20th st. and
Commercial avenue, now occupied as coop
er simps. Unless disposed of by private
sales the buildings will be sold at puoiic
auction, at 10 o'clock a. m.on Tuesday Dec.
10th. The buildings to be removed by Jan
uary 1st 1883. ' 12-lo-ot. Halmday Bitos.
Cairo Lodge K. of II. 1412.
All members are requested to attend next
meeting Dec. 2(J at 7 p. m. as thero will be
an election 01 oraoers tor too ensuing term
and other important business. By order ot
liOiige. Ot l. (i. 1'owell, Reporter.
Having purchased the bakcrv of J.
Anthony, on WaBthington avenue between
Oth ami 10;h streets, I prepared to offer to
tne public at all times fresh broad, cakes.
&c. of tho best quality at tbe lowest prices
io do lound in tho city. Call and see me.
1 8-12 -tf Jacob Latker.
Diamonds, and jewelery, latest Btyles;
poia ami silver watches. French clocks
&c &c. at John A. Miller's. tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nottr.es In those columns, ton cants pr Itos,
i ii.t.nmu Snu wuomer inarKQU or not, ir caicu
Htea to mward any miu's business lutereit are
Biwayn yarn (or.
-ijoin : a goia necn-iace witti cross
r i i . .
Finder will be liberally rewarded by leav-
iu;j oaiuo UI OULLETlM OtnCC. It
Schoolchildren will uod The Bdlle-
tin Bcratch-book Nos. 2 and 3 tor salo at
Phil Saup's candy Bbre. tf
jfor Sale Old shingles and refuse
lumber for kindling wood. 50 cords 4 ft.
W0l"1. It Hannon & Co
Mr. W. i . Russell has commenced
preparing material for the two neat cotta
gesho iutonds to erect tip-town.
John Antrim Jr., of St. Louis, is in the
city visiting his father'i family and circula-1
ting among his numerous Cairo friends.
Mrs, Jesse Ilinklo returned several
days ago from her long visit Bouth, much
improved iu u-lili which her many friends
will be glad to loam.
Judge Ilibinson yesterday for the first
time occupied tho county court bench.
lie disposed of soma
ousiness oimmor imDortauce.
Just received a largo stock of fine
opera glasses, pearl and other kinds, tor
sale and hire; also fine jewelry, watches,
clocks dud plated waro, at Buder's jewelry
Captain John Kaiser, superintendent
of tho Vicksburg Anchor lino company, is
at The Halliday for tho purpose of looking
after the steamboat business of the compa
A fight occurred on one of tho wharf-
boats last evening between the watchman
and an obstreperous drayman. The latter
came out of the fracas a wiser if not a
Captain Jaiues O'Noil, superintendent
of the St. Louis and Memphis Author liuo
company, went to Louisville yesterday
eveuiug to bo gone several days, at the eud
of which time he will return here.
A white man, a resideut o8 Pulaski
couuty, named Nathau Aploton, was found
dead near Mounds Junction vesterdav.
yiug nnder a horse which he had evidently
if w 1
been riding and which had stumbled aud
fallen upon him,
ilr. . Uoseuwater, of the firm of
Goldstiue Si RuBonwatcr. has been con
fiued to his room for a w.'ek or longer with
serious sickness. It has been determined
to take him to Hot Springs as soon us he
shall b, able to boar tho fatigues of
Iu another column will bo found notire
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of tho celebration of tho 23ih anniversary
of the ogranizition of tho Presbyterian
church, that will bo hold this evening 8t
the church. Mr. Oeorgo's address will bo
followed by a sociable 'and refreshments
served by the ladies of tho church.
A great mauy of our citizens remember
Mr. II. II. Kuowles, as ono of tho livest
insurance agents that cer vhiited Cairo.
lie wrote a good line of insurance hero, and
lis friends will bo pleased to learn that he,
ast week in Bloomlngton, wrote the Mr.
Bcytt who came to Cairo with Oberly
lorniiy ttiousaud dollars, in tho Equitable.
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their artist prools, stot l engravings; These
pictures cannot bo bought at retail any-
where in tho world lor less Jban $15 each.
ii you are nut fully satisflud they are worth
it, Keep them without giving us any return'
m advertising or otherwise." They are 80
xiu in size, and aro oilored for sale by Tun
uullktin lor f 13.00 per pair for the holi-
The city council was to havo mot last
night for tho especial purpose of rocoiiHid-
ering the vole by which that anti-railroad
ordinance was paused, and cither to pass it
over tho mayor i veto, or to defeat it and
take up the substituts offjred by the ordi-
"uce committee at the last meeting of the
rminxil 11... . L.
""w" uu' u,Br J quorvim
BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER
present and it adjourned without taking
- A aisntitch to Walter Warder' vcator
M X t Vienna, brought the
"tcllienco that since yesterday morning
oU ne is the lather of a nino pound boy, nud
mothr nml riiii.l ,itn. rii t i i,r,iiu
necessary to say that Mr. Wartier took the
first train oust ou the Wabash and ia now
Mr. A. J. Alden, formerly of The
Bulletin olflce, latteily of the Marion
Monitor, has accepted a position in the
government printing ofiic;) at Washington
Here wliile ho goes to Washington td
assume tin reap mobilities of his new
pos'uion. lie will leave iu a few days
Io-tfiy, this evening, the celebration
of th! tenty-fliMi anniveraay of the organ i
zation of the Presbyterian congregation
will take place t the church on Eighth
street. It will bo an interesting affair no
doubt, for the ladies of the church have
exerted themselves to make it so. No ad
mission feo ia charged, but voluntary con
ritbutiotis will certainly not be refused.
Upturn John G. D. Kaiglit ot the U.
a. HjUKlIieer Comso. in rh'ir.rM nf iHi-tsinti
w . 1 -1 - I 1
nver work' from hero dowu
to Island No 40, who his
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'n.i ois uoiu-ou iriors in tnisritv. is
now having the ifllee iu the southeast cur
ner, on the so ood floor of tho Custom
house furnished for bis own ue. 11a will
probably take posessiou iu the course of
And now ladies aud genllemeu you
are invited to call at Mrs. Williaimo.-Ts
t.'mhlnrVlMn KuTonr f,. .1 I 1..
vU.i, .uiuuov! ihubu loveiy
opera laus suitaoio K-r Christmas presents
,uu. .ui,r ineuus, aiso a nut une ol
toilet-sets aud a huu
dred other beautiful articles for holiday
trade. All are invited to call and see the
lovely dUptay of goods this woek at Mrs.
S. Williamson's, Commercial and Seventh
Captain I. N. Smith Is up again fro.u
Aruansas. 1 lie work of filhug on "bis"
railroad is rapidly progressing aud track
laying has already begun. Twenty miles
of track havo aheady been laid and there
are seventy more still to lay, the whole
luu8th of 1,10 r0!ld beinS Dinc ty "liies. The
uaptuin expects mat the road will be tiu-
isncu in about two months. Col. Reardeu
sonds word that ho is entirely well and
invites everybody that doa't believe
it to come down and see.
inu ice company's supply-pipe his
now Dearly penetrated the Ohio levee.
0nIy oWtt fifty feet more and it will ap-
(juir iu tne irencn inside tlie levee, over
ue-uuoureu teet trom where it started near
the dgo of tho river. So far as cia be at-
Curtained it is coming iu a perfectly strait
line and will appear within a few iuches of
where it is intended that it eh ill appear,
Tf it H'l.g tln'u ?, will ..r. ....... .1 .!
- v" i "i" i"j"! veij cuiBtj cai-
cuiauou anil skillful lnauatemeut on the
part of Mr. Faro who has the work
-Lovers ol delicious harmony, those
who haven (inu Cir tor gentle souuds, who
delight in the solt murmur of brooks, the
sweet music of rustling leaves, the sooth
ing notes from a harp touched by deft tin.
gers, will learn w.th feelings of exquisite
uiousi uou me tnreo mjs now in use in
our harbor have each been furnished with
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ono of those v irurlm stmtu whistles one
of those deligluful abominable fog-caliapea
which, being in use upon1 several of the
steam machines in tho city, Ihvo frequent-
ijr uouii me .-oms ana ureams ot citizens
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with mad resolves.
Of all the julges of election appointed
iu all the thirteen election precincts in tho
county of Johnson f..r the late election,
mere was not aMtilo Democrat. Before
tho late election it h id bmu custom iry to
appoint at least ono Democratic judge at
each poll, but tlu last county board
chanyed this equitable state of thinus.
Thero was probably no fraud practiced bv
any of the thirteen Republican returning
boaids iu Johnson county, and wo do nut
niL',in t() i'ltinmto tlitt there was, but the
WU'iitv and temptation to commit tbe
Kr"SMist irn'gularltieH were great and seem
"'e been designedly provided.
in inn motion to reopen the injunction
caso of The City of Cairo vs. The Cairo and
St. Louis railroad company, on trial before
Judge Baker in theolllco ot Messrs. Green The fact that we succeeded was as agree
& Gilbert, yostcrdav tlm . rUv able a surprise to us as it was nrohnhli; tn
nearly all its doc-
C" Ju,iJa W
K.Cn' ."3 rrM the absence
ij'!?' "' W.B.
. . . ; ""J "uu" l"
meet airam in ini, niinw, numa tiiia n,
,. . y "lun,,u'
, ; " nm u"n F-'oiy no iaien
and to-morrow, after whieh ar.,mf .ti.
A ucgro, Huck Kirk, lost his mule and
water - enrt in the Ohio river yesterday even-
lug. He had backed into the water a short
distance, at u point just below tho whnrt
boats, filled up his tank, and, liko a foolish
nun.started hU mule straight up the lovoo
instead of diagonally. Tho load proved too
mucl1 '1,r tllB animal and pulled him back
ll,to thowuter until ho and the cart wero
out ot ,illti ft,1(l driver was coiiin oiled
to Wft,te f,au,ic I'lforisto save himself from
8 ,lko 'ttt0' No tffjrl9 wro made to re
cover "ie ciu t or 'irncss last evening.
-Last Thursday a meeting was held bv
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tbe Independent Order of o Id Follow
at their hall on Commercial avonuo, for the
purpose of tukinir the nreliminarv stuns to
i a j -r -
- the organiaatlou of a Rebecca Lodue in this
city. It w.. a meeting of more than usual
interest, there was more effervescence so to
among tne members, probably bo
cause of the nreacnnn nf nnmU nf uhi...
wlo took an active pBrt in some of the
proceedings. Speeches were made by
Judge Bross, Mr. C, It. Woodward and
Ju,lfc'e R S Yocuu a"i it superfluous
. 8 uiat tUe)' Wero charming little effu-
a.ons-tlie speeches were. A committee
consisting ol Mrs. Stockfleth, Mrs. Jeff. M.
U1 fliri-L-u,ror(l WAS uPP')lnteJt
w'",so au,y wss uiJ t( prwure charter
memoers and organizo the lodge. The
Rebecca lodgo will be an organization to
itself, holding meetings of its own; it
will be a sort of Odd Ladies' lodgo to a cer
tain extent independent of the Odd Ful-
low sludge. The organization will take
ellect US SOOIl Ht a cnrtu n nil Miliar
ter member shall havo been enrolled
tlnef Meyers yesterday arrested
Jerome Ward.'a white pedlar of black ink,
who had been "working" the city for
few days, without . having previously ob-
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innmu n license io uo so. Jerome was
quite sjre that there was no law in the
United States which would Drevent a man
irotu going anywhere and selling what ho
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pleased. But Jerome was compelled to
change his iniud when he was brought be-
tore Magistrate Comings and was thero iu-
formed of the existence of a law in Cairo,
made in strict accordance with the law of
the state, which in turn was tnado in strict
accordance with the federal constitution,
ana wlilch protected our license and tax
OltVllUr ll. A'i.rj in inlril illr nrrainaf II, a
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mm U -bo non-trts-nav hit nnA n..r,l!.
I r-j-"a " - w . . . .
nn.rnmilmi friin a;. t
Jerome Ward snori. ITn wi fl,.rf fiva
uoiiars ana costs, in iKlauit ot the pay.
it . .. . . . .
rnont ot which ho went to the municipal
bistile thero to reflect for ten days upon
the cruelty and general lawlessness of law
and its representatives in Cairo.
A. copy of sunday morning's Blooming
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wu iuiieun is uetore us
and it is with some dim'
culty, that we retrain from venting our ad
mirauou in eniuusiastic language, it is a
twelve-page, seyen-column folio, cut aud
pasted in book form by machinery. The
outer page, or cover, is heavy, cream-tiuted,
book-paper, with light red border, filled
with huge advertisements inside aud outside.
Its typographical appearance is of the best,
the type used ia apparently
all new and of the latest
styles; the press-work was evidently
dune by one who uudeutands his business
thoroughly, for tbe paper his the appear
auce of having but just been taken from
the ster'otyper's plate. Of the character of
the matter it is needless to speak further
than to say that it is a reflection of tho
master-mind of Mr. Oberly, whose good
judgement and faculty forsjeing and super-
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inieniiinu everyming in every oart ol a
large printing office all the time is not open
to dispute among thore who know him.
The Sunday Bulletin shows iu every part
of it run; taste and the best of mechanical
and tditor.ii skill, and last but most im
portant, a financial prosponty of which the
ui lingers are well deserving, but which
they seem to be sharing liberally with the
patrons of the paper.
-Fair as a star when only one is shining
in a gloomy sky seemed to us a tiny bo-
quutof nature's real flowers, lyini' parti-
a iy nuieu among a heap ot papers, etc.,
. i i
upon ih j table in our gloomy little santum
yesterday forenoon. A double tube-rose
"Miiiled in virgin robes of white" UDon
the pink aud green in which it was imbed
e:'. nd shed a fragrance which delitrhtod
J surprised tho senses. They wero fresh
and perfect, as though they had butjust been
P'UCKea trom lovely May's gorgeous gown,
or had just emerged from a solid mail, in
which they had derided stem winter and
from which thy had como forth to mock
his power. A note accoumanvincr tlm bn.
told that the donor was a thoughtful
fri'-nd who sent it in token of appreciation
of our successful effort to in.Wn a
P1'!1. compositor to suppress for a little
, ., , .
while his supremo contempt for "copy,"
and to forgo for once his high prerogative
of subs itutiug his own strictly original ex-
pressionsand punctuatiou fot that of "cony.
whenever and wherever in his iufallablo
judgment the author made a "bad break."
,tie donor; but we understand tho real mo-
,lve whlch ProiuPto(1 tlle latt" and appro-
A KXABB IN THE WHITE HOUSE.
(From tha Daltlraoro Amerlcsn.)
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mere was seen yeatoruay at Messrs.
Kmibo Co.'s factory a jnagniflceut con-
pre-ideutial mansion. President Arthur,
wno is a tuorougn connoisseur ot music, in
selecting a piano for the White Douse, de-
cided in favor Knabo piani as his prefer-
encc, and ordered accordingly tho instru-
ment referred to. It is a concert grand,
of beautiful finish, in a richly carved rose-
wocd case, and of superb tone and actiou
an instrument worthy in every respoet of
the place It is to occupy. It was shipped to
its destination yesterday.
A MATTE It OF NATIONAL INTER
From thu Mechanical Mews.
Without undertaking to determino which
of the nujiorous schomes for the improve
I do hereby appoint Phil.
ceivhi of orders for me, and
pOlSOll 111 Candies that are USUallv SOld fOl' less tlulll price O)
nnA Qnm.i. Dl.iii, . . i i
mt?s me puuiic io cau ana see
acting bantu CJaus instruction.
We call the attention to an article in the Patterson,
New Jersey paper to a Coroner's Inquest:
"We, the Jlll'V. SWOrn
death ot 3iny and Willie Brooks, are of the opinion that
death ensued from Poisonous Candies that they had eaten on
Ti i i rMli4 st4 4Ka! .1 .it. 1
Come Everybody and see
dropped through mail tilled
ment of the Mismasippi river is the most
practicable and ought therefore to bo adop
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too, we bave in former issues given a fair
showing to each of them, and have earnest-
!' favorud the prosecution of the work
It has been our firm cotivictiou, and the
figures heretofore published in our column
8t;(!W to render uny other view of tho caso
untenable that to render the Mississippi
available to the fullest extent for the trans
portatmn of Araericni products to the
I EurnrtPmi mitll'l ij n unrll nf Ir.nm.m
I . ...
(lent liatlona mnnrtiin.-.. wii -., l.n
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rider the vast ..m Rtl
tiveness of the region of the Mississippi is
the natural commercial highway, U.is cer
taicly difficult to comprehend. If there
is one thing vitally important ubovo all
others to the prosperity of Auiericuu farm
ers, it is that thev should bo able to com
mand good prices for their surplus crops.
A reductioa of the cost of traut-p r ation of
grain by one cent per bushel enhances its
value to that precise decree iu the hands
of the producer. Tho value of the surplus,
moreover, determines that of lli whole
crop; and it follows th it ia tho articles of
corn and wheat alone, of which our pro
duction this year considerably exceeds
2,000,000,000 bushels, a gain of ono cent
per bushel in price puts ii,to the pockets
of American farmers uioie than $20,000,
Let it be borne iu mind that in this
statement only two of the manifold proiucn
of our soil are included; thit wo speak
only ot the harvests ot the cuirentyear,
sayins; nothing of the vast increase which
they will undeigo five, ten or twenty-five
yeais hence and indefinitely thereafter; and
that we havo basd this calculation on so
smaii a saving in ireiglits to Liverpool g
ono cent per bushel, whereas in cases aetu
ally on record a difference of from eight
to twelve cents has been realized, and i ve
Cents is regarded by competent judges as
reasonable es'imite of the permanent beue
fit to be derived. It is not neceesary here
to repeat the statistic which havo more
than once appeared in our columns. With
the mjt moderate ullowance for the ex-
pansion of our agriculture, and taking the
serviceable value of a river routo at its low.
est reasonable appraisement, the profit to
American indury to bo gained from its
command of such facilities rise into hun
dreds of millions of dollars annually. If
this does not constitute an issue of national
interest, not to be buundeiL by state lines
or tho limits of any group of states or sec
tion of country, it would bo hard to preset
a topic to which tlrit raok wou d be
We are led to this repetition of tout of
our formir utterances on "this question by
the siu'lar attitude which various journals
have assumed iu regard to it. The recent
railroad war iu tho northwest has been
made tho text of mauy grave discourses
on tho alarming growth and possible future
euroaclimenta ot the railroad power
in this country. The opinion has been ex
iuui tuuuuv. i ut) ouiuion iiHB ueen e-
prcB80d tlttt it may so tulargo its scope
and strength in to hemme a lmmldabl,,
and strength us to become a formidable
rival of the government itself, and establish
a ty ranny of its own with which tho indue
tries of the nation will bo unable to cope.
Yet thero aro journals which In one col
umn wai n their readers of tho approach of
tho evil day when they may be'botind hand
and foot and delivered into the grasp ot the
ra,lroad depotism, and in another disparage
8Ucb 8c!jcu)01) R3 th(J improv1K,Dt Uj()
Mississippi aa matters of merely local in-
torest which should be carod for by each
state in its own way and at its owu coi,t,
. . ..
and tor which nocall should bomado upon
fact so plain that it canuot bo evaded, that
free cauals and river routes to the sea aro
tho great conservators of freight rates and
the one invincible barrier attainst railroad
exactions, they still resist ' tho measures
which aro indispensable Tor tumlnir this
sure remedy to account. Naturo has pro-
vided tho moans by which a deliverance
may bo wrought which legislation soetns
powerless to accomplish. If tho people
of the United States will help themselves
in the way which is unmistakably
pointed out to them by tho geography of
their couutry, they will have little to fear
as regards the ultimate ability of any class
of monopolists to crinnlo or overtax their
'MA T JON.!
LAND, NOV. 12TII, 1832.
II. Saup my offent for the r
advise parents to he careful o
lor tliemselves Jiow well he 1 I
tO illVstitrntA tlia nnen nf
Candies made. All orders
on shortest notice.
Vr'e are no: now discussing the merits of ,'
any particular lan ol river improvement
Still lens are wo seeking to uphold iudis-
criminate nr wastelu a.Droimatwin. r.r ttm 1 it
- i i --- -
diversion of fun is which should bo expen- I
ded for the public bene-rit to the enriching
of private individuals. It does not follow,
because the cspclicncy ur necessity of r J
certain line of action is pointed out, tlia
the abusos liable to attend it must be de- 1
feuded. But the part which thu Mississip
pi river and i?B tributaries are to play in
determining the course of our future com
merce, the freedom with which it is to b0
carrkd tin, and the measure of prosperity
which the country is to deiive from it, has
never yet been tairly comprehended by
some of those who .K'sl most confidently
with these qupmion. If it be true tint
f00,000,0()l) has been spent this year in
the Uni'e-1 stiles ia tla- txiLnsion of'its
railroad system, the money will" certainly
uot b'i wistcd which procures us an alttr
uative resource wherewith to bold that
grasping giant at biy.
Wh.-n Hops are 1.25 per lb. as now, an
acre will yield f 1,000 pnfr, and yet the
best family medicine ou earth, Hop Bit
ter, contain the samequtniity of Hop8 and
are sold at the same price fixed vears a"',
although Hops now am twenty times high
er than then. Raise H-ps, gtt rich in pock
et; use Hop Bitters and get rich in hf-aith.
Notice In thin column three lines or less 25ccnn
omlMertlonorll Ol p tweak.
Ir01' SALE -KivsvaloabM I-1-on W.hirt;tnn
atetai- oi.po.U.s -Ub cuim hon,,. a ih-e d-
sir.ble lots c- r... r 7ih i.tr.-ct aul Wi.ingin
" " i-c i , ncai Jii'.aie A(cLt
TORSALK AT At'CTI -X -ir,.n ,i,
A Kooil I M.hlo. will b o!d o.- S th o( Mcrea.her,
situated on Kiel meet o.po-tte the conv.-n'
Pplt MALB.-Ba-b-r. cLa!r. wh Mann., t.
lMm ttAO ALBA.BH.hsuia
S-M.K.-v Shotlngr i'srlor rsMn-5 or
A tave 7 .ior.--l;. p.-rr.-ct or.. Will be ..ml at
" kkliffa Ca:louor lb "a"
poKBAhE.-.UUnki.Chsiti! Morg.-v. .s..-,tt
The Old Sellable
No. ?. will have a
In tlirr Hall on
Night Jiimarv 1.
ThoUall hntbofD nfwlydlteil up. mid will ha
who V.? e'd."" la0t l' "J A'd bvail
TICK C I H
tOE 8TEAiAI a. '
H If A K.V! A (iKH,
rjllIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
BOUGH & READY FIRE COMPANY
7t OUiO LKVEIi.
A Heneral Ilaiiklng: IhisIiu-m
THOB, W. IIAL.Il.)A .
JHTEItritlSB 8AVINU HANK.
Of Cairo, ,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BAN K.
THOS. W. II Alil.I DAY,
Trea u ter.