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T11K : JlAlliV'OAlRO' ) UULLimki'-'ftUNDAY MOiiNlNO 'NOVEMBIDU W ' 1881.
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It. It. IT MR CAR!) AT CAIlio.
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Jfr.MI E -Chun." will pii'iUn'-oit Ir. m
llniH to iini" Inclly p'lpi ra. t'l.aic'f vo n i-an.f ft
eordinKly. M . M. Ml'HI'U'i I'. M
j , . THE,-
A BE' LIXCOfiN
: ' Mutual Life & Accident
at cairo, illinois, .
Onranizi'd Dwombcr, IM.'j, Umlor iht
Law of 1BH3.
hncci'MHit to Widowi and Orphno Muuul A d S v
eUty. o uanUuil July 4ih, 1877, uniy
' tin) law of 18T-.
JillIS II. KOU1N80N - IVtir-nii'i I
W.M. 81 ItAl'i' 'N Vieifl'rtHlilfii:
J. A. UiiLltHTINU ..'lti aur. I
(.'. W I) ( s N I 44 M. dli it. Adv'.m't
THOMAS LEWIS S.-crrluri
DOATII) OF niHKCTOK" rou 1st YE A It.
Win. Ktruiuin. Ktrtittun lllrd. itovip, t'H'.io. I I.
J. A. (iiildHtlntt, ol(ioldtliiu Itoai'iiwuti't. lml
alo and ri'lml (irv ni)od;C. W. Uiiiiuiuit. M. U.
1Tb. Jld. Mod Kx., for l i ncUitia: Alliurl I.eWI.
. cniutulMlou morcti Ant; J. II Kolilniii, ruiiniv
Judito an ii nolury piilillci Win. K. I'ltchvr, cm.
Iirokwr and liituraniu airmili It. II. Hiiltd,
alfi'ft HiiiturvlM.r; M. I'll llln. carpi nttT ami hulid
rrilhomaa l.cwK ntmrni'v and ai'm'turv: K, V.
Hii'ri'iyiHitrni'V.aMiiw. Hutjuoni 111. : K. 0. 1'nco
ralilutof t.'utiti'iui'al Itiitt , Aalilnv. Ill 1 APivrt
llavilcn, ihkIiI.t ufOt'oriro Coniin ly fit . Nprlnu'
fluid. 1 1 t II. M tuiun. iittorntiy-ui-inw. Ifiti IN.-
I dolpb urui't. Cblon jo; Hon. Unlit. A. Ilntcrcr, tit.
torni'V-ni la. I'lutrlfi't Mil i It. I.t'liflit'in
caahii-T Klrat Niillonul Hauli, SUlart. Inwa.
THE BtST RtMtUY IN DIE WOULD FOR THE CURE
CF ALL DISEASES PtnULtAB TO FEMALES.
It la a bpofl'ilH for tlio cip c of Fiilllnj' of tlio
WnniU. l.rurortlinM, I'nln In Oio Hi'k. l'aliiful
orMupprcti'd Mi'nntfimlloii, l looitliiic, J'aliiL
liiK 8miHuiltiitit,.uiilMll.1lie vmii'd troultlna lit
tending the pL'iiuil known ait Chnnff o of Life.
MERRELL'S FEMALE TOPIC S
Olid STK I'. . ( l'l 1 1 to I lit) I ' I V II I N K I' I' N( "I I ( i.NH,
i-xditinit liriiiliy A'ttttti. titul iotriiiK tltm to
tlirlriiorin.ll fomlitioti, It i pli'iisunt lo ilio
tttStf.MAV IIKTAIiFlV AT ANV TIM 10, 11111 H
truly B"Mother n ri'lend." I'or futilior
vlcn rcud Mitii'll a Aliinmac l-'ul I dlroctloiis
with I'lii'h ImiIIIc. 1'i lt'c, hi, iK), rii'tuiroil hv
. JAOOB 8. MEHRELL, St. Louli, Mo.
PtNd by ml Uru(lHH ud Uuuioiiin Mvuluiuo.
ft ill CITY NATIONAL HANK.
" ('alro, IllinoU.
' " 71 OHIO LEVJiE.
' 'a (tt'iicial Uaukiii!? HuiinoHS
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f j " . ) '. Uattiilur.
,JNTEItl'lUSi: 8AVINO BANK.
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KXCLI'SIYKLY A SAVIXC.S HAMi.
i'J f Ort. "V. IIATjJjI l)A .
'.'.;i:.iiifVci.U A vi'iine ifi'l Eiu'liMi ftftf
. iimi.ss, rfi-idint.
II. WBI.I.H, ranMor.
1-. Ki'h r", V!co i
I T. J. ti-rtli. An'! in-'
I .liivoi !:
. Kiom Cn'.ro I William !:Jj.e. .(.' ir;
IV'.fr Ni'lf ' William Wolf.... "
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h A lli'di-r " I Ii. WfM '
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t .iEMM.:. it XKiMi biiNi:.5 .) M'.
KxchanaM i-o'd and hu n.-M . Intp-i -t pi, I n
I'm aviuK lii-purtiiit-nl. Ccilwunut- iiii-iii' m .
Hi tri-iLu s pr.i'ni-tiv a'.t.!in:'- I t( .
I )!..:. E. STHUNG,
129 roiumercidl Ave., Caiio, ill-
VAI'UK. EI E'JTItO-VAI'O'f m, IEIJICATKi'
A ady in st'.eniliiiici-.
HARUELL, M. I).
O'l-KICrl-F.Bet hMcC'otii'ui'rclal. below Sth St.
Cuiro. Ill nole.
K W. WHITLOCK,
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G. PAItSO.NS, M. f).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFKICE-Ciiy Drug S ntu. Carliondale, I!l.
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Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
nt the FOLLOWiNU rKR'KS:
l-"t liollom. Ft. htuvc Capnclly cula. l'rlci'.
0 x 1450 $24.00
Ii x 1 130 2U.00
7 x 2000 32.00
7 x y 2250 36.00
7 x 10 2500 10.00
TlicM' tanlia sir mnilnor ("LI'.Att CVI'HI-.SS. I)
nirlini llih k, kiuutciy IiO'jihi'I and aro WATi.lt
'1 K.I1T. Tin y urn
Hhiii)iP!l whoh!inil aio wl IJi'itOPil
In prttviiit tliuir Ir ttiif rrU' d it broken lu band
lliii;. Kut i m 'i if luriilfli'Ml lor
T.'iiiUia t" any Pizo.
A. lilOCJS .Sc ltltOH.,
ti IT Dolotd SI.. Nuw OrleaiiH, I.n.
Cunscs no rain
GhVs Relief at
onee. 'i horougli
Trent intuit ' will
i 'tiro, Sot a Liq-
ul 1 or Sun 11. Ap
ply tutii lumtrlla tllyu It a Tr'nl. B0 cjnt et
druritiata. flu crnlit )y mall rt'itlaterud, Mend
lor circn'ar, HHr.ipIti by ni ul 10 c uta.
ELY UltOTllJJRiJ, Drulit'i Owi'iiO, N' V,
' rSPKCUL XOTICKS.
Iluwutt cun nij'l-ly yu wi'h I he
OyHttra in Hid city. It'
Umlir llio HUBjiicfS of tlio wi'ium's club
and lilimry nssiici iipiii; CIish in oil paint
inj.', Mr8. (i FiHlit-r; class in wood-curving,
haitimeicl brutiH, ropoutHc, mnilelitit; i.ii'i
ctcliing, Mrs F. Koum-ycr. For terms
ami liiiurs uy to ubovu niuiie i tuHcliiTH.
Pluce your oiJcis witb lhwctt for
Oysters hiol Fish. tf
Cliauiji' of Finn.
Notice h htrelty given tli it the business
liriu lnMctolnic known S. UjntMiwuter,
coipliicteij Ijy A. Iiliu'k at 140 t 'i inmuiciul
Avi run', iu lite city of Cuiro, hjhI Sii'o 'f
Illinois, is lit-n-liy ti ir ! -f I, Mol luifcincH".
will liei'fiilti-r ho cniHiiicti'il under tlio klyle
uii'l n:imy of "iJ:ick lir h." All uccounis
of ('hi linn will Iju nt-uiiit"l by tin.
.M. C. Iil.ACK,
YV. E. 1JI.ACK.
For a Good ileal
or it goo.l roiiin, ;o to DcRiUu'h, 50 Ditto
Special Term ot tin; Circuit Court.
A Hnciul term ol i.n; circuit court ol
Alexander county, in tli'j sintu of Illiii' i",
tor the trnnnicHon of common law, c'iD
cery and crimiioil biiplnci-s hits ln-en tl-is
il ly cn I IfiJ In t'liiiveni! nt the emnt Im'.iK' in
the city of Cairo nn Moinhiy, 'Novenilicr
10' h, lsjl, m 2 i.'tlofk J". M.
Ai.ex II. Invix, Clei!:.
Ciiro, III , Si jit. 20 li, mi.
For the Hot Oysters,
go to D.-lihUtr.o, -Vi Ohio levee. tf
Heweti's Oyster I)r)nt is on Lighth
tti'cct, one ilonr e .s: of Cutiimerciil. if
Open Day and XUjlit.
Ueliauu's restituratit, 50 Ohio k-Vee. tf
tfiiCKien's Arnica a!e
'1 he Uebt Salve in the tvorhl for Cuts
U:uits, bores, Ulceis, bait Rl.euu;, Fever
.'.rcs, 'l etter, Cioiipetl Hands, Chilblains,
I'uni.-'.tinti oil Skin Ertiption.-i, niiil positivcU
cuiea Pilt-6. It ii guomutced to give p"r
feet BttinfdCtion, oi'iunni-y refundeJ. Price
'!' t ents pt;r bos. Fur 8n!e by Uurclny
Only the Best Diand of ijtr-,
at D-.-RtunV, 50 Ohio h ee. tf
A Great lUsc ivtry.
Mr. Win. TIiiiiuhm, of Newioti. Li., s.iys.,
"My wife hns been n-riuusly nlfocted w.th
a eoiiiih for tenty-iivtj juui, tind this
fcririnir u.ore severely tlmn ever befnre. Shi
hni used many renn-tiits without relief, Htid
being urjied to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery, did so, with uio;t urutiijj'ini; results.
The first bottle relieved her very much, and
the second buttle his absolutely cured her.
She his not hud so gomt healthy for thirty
Tiinl b.itilcs free at Larcl iys Bros' drug
store. Ltrge size 11.00. (i
All heai t sawed an I sh.iv.-d cypress
shingles at I.ai.pts'er Jc R;ce M.u.ufacttir
ing Co. for $ 2.50 per tli'iusand. tf
Look for the Red Light,
at DcBitUu's 50 Ohio levee.
''Uougli on Toothate h"
Instant relief lor Neurulgin, Toothache,
Faceaehe. Ask for "Rough on Toothache."
15 & 2Cc.
For twenty years I whs a sufterc from
catunh ot the hesd and throat in a very ag
gravated fottn, and tlurinu thu snuimer
mouths with Hty Fever. 1 procured a bot
tle of Ely's Cream Btlni, and lifter few
applications received decided betu rit was
cured befoie the bottle was used. Have
had no return of the complaint. Charlotte
Parker, Waveily, N. Y.
Ladies who would retain iroshntfs anl
vivacity. Don't fiil to try "'.Veil's Health
II. Kro 'gtr, of West Plains, Mo., s iy s :
My wife had flo ling ins.t winter, and she
used one bottle of Merrell's Female Tonic
and was cured, although I had the services
two doctots before. She owes her life to
Mrs. M try B iyd, of Avon. St. Genevieve
Co., Mo., siijs, Atigust 2:)th, 1S9J: I have
used Merrell's Female Tonic during
pregnancy, nud after child birth, with the
very best result. I ciuuot speak too high
ly of it.
"Rough on Itich."
"llnigh on Itch," cures humors, erup
tions, ring-w. rm, tetter, salt rhcttn), tnted
feet, chill lain?. 4
Carter's Little Liver Pills no free from
all crude Hnd irnlaiing matter. Concen
trated medicine only; very Miiall; very ensy
to take; no pain; no giippin no purging.
For the Cure of Coughs, CoMs.j
I loanencs?, Kronchitis,Croup, Influ-!
enza, Asthma, YVhoojiing Cottgli, In-i
cipicnt Consumption ainl for the rc
licfufcoir.uiv.ptivc persons in advan
ced Mares of the Di.we. . Tor Sale
by all Drucrgists. lYice, 25 Cents,
0, MOSES I HOW BAD,! '
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Buramary of the Natural OuoboJ
noss of n B'onner Governor
of South Carolina. !
Spirkling Attainai-jnts Only Eolipsod by
Evil Proolivities His Stolen Mil"
lion? and How Ed Got Them.
A Politxal Alladin's Lamp Which Waa
Spoiled by Too Much Rubbinfj
A Felon's Cell.
Washington', D.C., November 8. Tho
recent arrest of cx-Govcrnor Moses of
South Carolina brings to the surface, liw
cldeiitally, a. fact not generally known,
that his tlrst wife, tho daughter of tt
proinliii.-nt and once wealthy family of
that proud State, who graced the Guber
natorial mansion In Charleston while her
husband disgraced the executive ofllce, Is
now an employe In one of the depart
ments here, struggling with a Govern
ment salary for her support and that of
"A worthy and accomplished lady,''
Mful a prominent South Carolinian, talk
ing of her to your correspondent. '"She
was a beautilul woman, the tlaiiirhtfT of a'
prominent and wealthy citizen there, and
oin; whose influence might have saved
Mom s had he not been, naturally and all
the instincts of his nature, bad. She ob
tained a divorce from him years airo, and
he has now another wife living, 1 think,
in Chicago. . It was, by tho way,
m his wedding tour, ,v lieu
he married this flrt-t wlfo, 1 that
he developed one of his lirst evidences of
rascality. Ou the trip after their wetk
ding one of their trunks was lost. A care
ful search was made bv thu railroad com
pany's oMieials, but without success, and
Mo-es demanded payment, lie claimed
damages iu the sum of if 3,000, saying that
the trunk contained rare laces, jewelry,
costly dresses, etc., which could not bo
replaced for less than that sum. The
company, of course, protested, but it was
no use. He furnished a schedule of arti- ,
clcs w hich lit-averred the trunk contained, 1
with values, fiititinj up the sum named,
ami as the trunk could not be found the
company hud to pay, ami did so. Some
mouths after the old trunk turnud u
away down South somew here. The com
pany Immediately notilled .Moses, sng
gestin that he could have the valuables
in it and return their money. He did not
seem anxious to do this, however, anil
when pressed to do so absolutely refused,
saying that the same fashions had chiuig.
ed, and the articles in it were not desir
able now. So the company's olllcers
finally opened the trunk, and to their
astonishment found that the contents were
not worth more than ten per cent, of the
sum Moses had demanded and they had
"Was Moses a native of South Caro
lina?" "Yes; the son of a prominent and hon
ored citizen, lit; was private secretary
to Governor Pickens, aud claimed the
litmor of having planted the flag of South
Carolina over Fort Sumter when Ander
son surrendered. There was no Con
federate tlaK yet, at that time, ami tho
State Hag of South Carolina was Impro
vised I11 its stead. Moses was a brilliant
fellow. It was a generally recognized
fact that he wrote all of Governor Pick-
best State papers, the Gover
siniply giving him the points
ho wanted to covtT In them,
was the best l'arlUimctituriau
I have ever seen, not excepting Mr.
lllaine or Randall. He was Speaker of
the South Carolina Legislature, and his
ability in that position as a parliamenta
rian was ouly equaled by his success as a
thief. It was his duty, when in that po
sition, to issue warrants for the pay of
employes aud officers of the Legislature.
He Issued false vouchers to the "extent of
hundreds of thousands of dollars, nnd in
this way secured the election as Govern
or. During his term as Governor his
course was one of the most shameless
corruption that ever was known. He es
tablished prices for his olllcial signa
ture, demanding and receiving sums
running ns high as J?:i0.0()0 for signing
a single bill, the act of the Legislature. He
pardoned many notorious criminals for
pay, and the last official act of his career
as Governor was to pardon for money a
most notorious murderer whose sentence
of death he had commuted some time
previous to Imprisonment for life. This
pardon he signed while his successor was
about being inaugurated. The money ho
fraudulently obtained during his olllcial
career amounted to millions, and yet he
is going about the country now' depend
ent upon his success as a petty thief and
swindler for a livelihood."
"What did he do with all his nftmey?"
"Spent it in extravagant living. Ho
occupied the llnest mansion in Charles
ton, lit ted it up in unheard of elegance.
As an instance, I . remember that one
washstand cost $oi)0. Then he would
hire a band at 100 au eveuiug to play in
his grounds, which were very huge' and
elegantly kept. There was no end" to his
cxtravagauce until the end of his money
came, aud that euded his olllcial career."
UN" I OX I'ACIKIC.
President Adams Explata the Boad's
Nkw Yoiik, November 8. C. F. Adams,
Jr., President of the Union Pacific Road
has written Sidney Dillon, explaining iho
llnaiiclal condition of the company. Ho
says during July, August and September
they received $1,000,000 each month
net, from' Omaha, and during October
?1, 1100,000. He expects 11,500,000 net be
tween now nnd January to apply
on the Hunting debt. The new system of
book-keeping makes the gross receipts
appear smaller, but In fact ;o,000 more
was received In September than In thn
same mouth last year. , Adams adds; "I
propose to come to New York next week
and lake hold of the lion ting debt. From
this forward the plan Is to reduce It stead
ily by every means In onr power until Ills
The American Exposition In London.
Wasiiinoto.v, November 8. Tho man
agers of the proposed American Exposi
tion In London, which Is to tako place In
18Sfi, have written to Major Dutterworth,
the manager of the Interior Department's
display at New Orleans, suggesting that
the Government exhibit at New Orleans
be boxed, sent to London at the close of
the Nev J rh tins Exposition, and exhib
ited, there when tlio exhibition opcus.
j k'llii r I
niojuiiiuitfor of Ui?
tlou writes that ,h
bill throiiL'h Congress next winter,
making a small allowance (or this pur.
pokft, The Idea Is' 'quite favorably re-'
uoive.ti here, tiiniih the olucersol iliq In
terior Department or tliu Coverujoont'
display at New Orleans have not expressed
any views upon It. The exhibit In a very
lino one, and ilouhtleHs would be of gnu
value to us lu Its lnttiietiec upon the thouT
bunds of Europeans who would visit 1ti
and thus become familiar wltlt thegrowtb
uud possibilities of this country.
A UOOIJ CiriZKV
To Furnish the Hangman With a Job
Titov, Mo., November 8. Grceti Thorn
bill, colored, aged tweiity-flvc years, mur
dered his wife In this city last night at
about midnight. by crushing her Bkull with
au ax while nho slept. He then tried to
get Ids fourteen-year-old daughter to cut
his throat. Falling In this he left town,
but was caught by the Constable at tho
residence of his brother, four miles north
west of town, early this morning. Thorn
hill, who Is a mean, worthless negro, yes
terday tried to borrow a revolver to kill
the City Marshal. v .
Modat, But Thrifty.
WASUiNii rttx, D.C., November 8. The
people of New Orleans evidently propose
to' profit by their Exposition. Parties
here who have had .occasion to cngagti
rooms or houses there for the
Season find tho prices for the
dously hlh, For small houses, partly
furnished, tho price asked is 160 a
month, to run at Ibis rate, until Octohei
next, whether occupied or not, Foi
houses of ten or twelve rooms, plainly
furnished, the ruling price la about linl
per month, for a 'guarantied tofnu ol
seven months, Vhilis the 'best cltljt'lis"
lire offering to'. iV- ;up their Uiail'-loiH
furnished during the Exposition trt'iu'foi
prices ranging from three to four thou
sand dollars upward, i - . I ( :
M.tco.v, Mo.J November 8. Thu Dem
ocrats of this city and vlciiilly had a btg
time last night over the election of theli
champions. Roullres were built iu, tho
streets and speeches were- madu by proin
Incut Democrats. They aro making bli
preparations to paint the town red nest
No More Hairs in Your Oleomargarine,
Ni:w Jkusey City, N. J., November 8i
The Japanese llulr Company's buildim
and I'avonia oleomargarine building went
burned last light with a large amount of
valuable stock'. I-oss, ?i;ii,tio0; partially
insured. ' ; 1
Murdoror Pardoned. ' 1 :r
Ji;n i.i:nM City. Mo., November 8,
Governor Crittenden granted a pardon to
W. F. Keller, convicted at the September
term, HS1, of the Macon County Circuit
t'onrt, of murder In the second degree,
and sentenced to the. Penitentiary for
nineteen years. Many mitigating circum
stances were connected with tho crime,
and the recommendations wero very
numerous ami urgent, j ;
Died ot Ufa Inplries.' ; 1
Macon, Mo., November 8. Samuel 11,
Hanley, conductor on the coal train, who
had his leg so badly crushed by an englno
running over him, tlod lust night. 11a
leaves a wife ami three children.
A Ne?ro Shot.
Nf.w Oulkans, L.i., November 8. Sam
Johnson, colored, was shot and killed last
night corner of Sister and Royal streets,
by Charles Hyle, who was In company
with Special Ollicer Dupree, Johnson
resisted being arrested by Dupree, and
shot at the ollicer, striking him Iu the
forehead, when Ilylo tired nt Johnson,
killing him. Hylo has surrendered.
Whisky and Meat.
Toledo, O., November 8. A man
named Win. Peters choked to death while
eating dinner to-day lu a St. C'ktir street
restaurant, lie was under the lufluenco
Df lienor, nud a piece of meat lodged lu
Closed Its Doors.
Mof.vr Vntsu.v, N. Y., NovemlMT 8.
The hanking house of James M. Master
Km & Co. closed Its doors this morning.
Mr. S. 1). Gilford Is assignee.
DiiTittur, Mien., November 8. A. P.
McCauly, General Passenger Agent of the.
Detroit, liny City & Alpena Railroad, died
of pneumonia at East Tawas this morn
ing. Burned to Death.
Locisvii.l.K, Ky., jVovemher 8. Mrs.
Dan. Larnmhan was burned to death aud
her husbnud had his hands nearly burned
off Thursday night by Ihe woman's dress
coining lu contact w ith a llro which had,
been biillt lu an open pan In miserable
apartments, lloth were helplessly lutox
leated at the time.
THE DVNAMIti: JCXl'LOSIOX.
Three Bodies Recovered From the Wreck
of the Kobliison Furnace,
lii'.iiusu, Pa., November 8. Up to
noon yesterday thu bodies of three of tho
Hcveu men buried under the ruins of tho
dismantled stack at the Rohlnsonla fur
pace, wero recovered. They were burned
beyond recognition. Four other bodies
tire burled beneath several hundred tons
of debris. The force of the dyiiamlto ex
plosion nt Stoiichsburg was felt wlthlu a
radius of thirty miles.
Burning Itopubllcan Powder.
Rostov, Mass,, November 8. A Port
land (Me.) dispatch to tlio Ohbe sayst
"Tho Democrats uru now firing 100 guns
In honor ot Cleveland's election. On tho
day of election thu Itepiiblk-ans procured
their powder and put tt In tho city build
ing, where It would be ready for instant
use, They sent It back yesterday morn
ing, The Democrats then took it and it
is now being used by them. '
Shot Dy a Prohibitionist.
OniutM.v, O., November 8. Rev. Wal
ter Taylor M lis, a rabid ' l'rohlbltloulst,
was arrested this morning for shooting
Edward Mitchell lust night. Aftcra tele
grain announcing lllarne's election the
students were serenading some ot tho op
posing factions, and Mills resented it with
tho gun. The ball struck; Mitchell above
the ear. One-half an inch lower and he
would have been a dead man,
ITAOE8 OF TUX KITXR.
tnnrked by'the gauge at this
rtt. t ,' y.
inches,1 1 Fafl 'dWlo
1. yuatcrday, 12 feet It
I'Inri 'nreviouJ twentv-
fiiurlhiiUtB', 0 foot 6 inehW. '",,
Chaltanaefca, No Jl! B.RUrM foot 0
incbei atJuVfullingJl f ( r-ihfMl
'; CiucipfiatiJIJfiJv. i.S.frlVyeri'Bl feet 0
incbeaiid;iug,j ,y ',y(
Louieville, ; . Jo?.., , -Jr j j, , feet 0
inches nd failing. ' '"r"
NashvlJle, 1 ifoT. fe-RWer a ft 5 Inch
es and ;riii8g. ! Ci; As !( 'l! .7
Pittsburg, Korj , ! 8.tTiMri : feet 2
inches and lisinj. , ,f.,
St Louis, NjUV.8. Ilivcr-,ft 5 inch
ami falling. ' " ' '
! MISCELLAKEOt ITKUn
The Ous Fowler "reported Uto yesterday
owing to big Lusincai. ...
, The demand for red pain now in all
partaof the1 Uuited States ' ift 'surprisingly
lirgo the democrats are monopolizing tho
puichiHj. . ,
Tiie City of Cairo passed up last night
for St. Louis.
The Hudson with a tood -trio from Pa-
'ducalt, passed uj' fbr.pt LbuisaaA iight.
TLjiLri.v.JtLh 'i.- uu
tin. niaiiuii iicrp j'uoieiuajf Trim
a very heavy tow of rock for Wilson's
Eoiut.. , ,
lThe.Misaitbippi left here yesterday morn
ing for the jettieg. T
Tiie Oh o jisttllliquiot ag L lio! prospect
of h raise, scidm pivtlatthefti will be
no busines'i thfs winter onjher.
jThti' snag" poat IWraJtio Wright leaves
here this morning for toe lower Mississippi.
I The.CJiiirles Mfirgan, alwiys a gijeat fav
orite, left Sr. Louts list evenibrr Under the
command of Capt. James O'Neil. She is
duo to-night for New OilenDS.
. ;. 1 I - 1
The City of Providence is due to from
St, L'mi.a for Vicksburg; tb-rjlgliit.'. 1
; Tho hew opera house aC Pi lucih opens
Alouday night witli'Patti Itofe, ;Some of
our elite will go up.
"Ilermati" is Up to ,ar txtraordinary
ouinher ol uicks with, hisi BUiiblu i hands;
but he will never take, in. si .innclr or as
many to the equare Inch "flA JDi. Bull's
cough'S)nip: 'ii I'lii! im
i , 'i r i ; j )
1 letter :Xiiit
MST OF t,KIJ'EU8 ' KElIAIKINO : tNCALLKD
; koic M Tim rosromca At cxtno, ill.,
BATl'HU.VY, NOVJCMtEIl 8, 18tJ4.i
AbernethI, R D
Arbuckle, J U
Callunln, Alice 'i
Davis, Eli. '
Jackson, Matilda (4) Johnson, Millio
j Johnson, Mary
Hudson, CS -
Washington, Mary A
Alcock, Geo A
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Putikeson, Frank Lee Bono, J L
Brown, Isic C Brown, A
Bell.OL ' Coyle, Thomas
Cochran, SM- Carter, Mitchell
Carter, SB -,. Cupper, E ,
Dunn, W B ' Dunfor, Joseph
Davis, Edwin I) ' Dietricch Gu9t
Drake, Arthur Eyer, 8 i
Ais, Harry E Fretts, LD
Fsrguar, A 'Goodwin, John
Gob lor, W Geek, J -
Grilh'n, John N Gardiner, George
Gritlln.Dan'l Greer, Dv .
Holm, Jr, W II Hatcher, Sum
Hoehn, SE Huber, P
Hant, Mr Hanson, Denry
Harrison, Isaaa Haas, Henry
Hasstetter, II Helfrick, G
Hencamps, I) Jackson, Tena
Koehler L Kelly, M M
Killgo, Joliu Kindred,. Joe B
Kelly, Ed Kaufman, G
Kerthorn. Chris , , Lill, WB .
LolkuTJ 1 Lund, Jacob
Linn, J Mt Cuney, Win
Mniiison, vaid . Miller, A .
Marling, Willio Mooney, D
Manilla, Daniel Abrinte, Henery
Wicks, W F Nickadmn Adalbert
Olson, T Pago, John
Russell, J W RippC . t(
Itourk, Charley Steele, Wash .
Schwartz, A' Scott, jHniesC
Scruggs, J T ' Stayer, 8r, J
ShenackoJ, J Stayer, Jr, J .
Smith, Henry Schlauiur,Q,
Stoplef, F Smith, Charley O
Terherar, Georgo Williamson, Wm J
Woo'lhtim, Cant Jno Wise, F ' 1 -Warde,
Frederick Wiley, A J
Wilhort, Anthony ... Tylpr, John ;
Persons calling for the'above letters wiir
please say advertised. . , , ;
Wu.M. Muiiruy, Postmaster.
... v , if .You Do I j..
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II you want to buy anythini
If you want to incrcaso your 1
If you want to hire anyone,''
If you watit a situation,
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ture, by all mans procure a bottle of Elec
tric Bitters. You will bo surprised to see
the rspld Improvement tlint'will follow;
yon will bo Inspired with new life) strength
and activity will return; pain, and misery
will Cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
In the praise of Electric Bitters.' told at
fifty cunt a bottle by Barclay' Bros.' 0
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