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l-'-f THE: UAUJf a:jOAlKd)Ai;L'LilTIi.UTTO8DATI 1 MOKNING,' ii DECEMBEB i 23) 11684.
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IWlehato iastfeceiyed tho
evePkMtfh 1 French' Kid
and,(Strariglir,G6,at5;iii '(ill 'fetyle? priees 'and ' shapes.
We ar shoWin'thVmost1 pleasing link of i A ' - -' ; n ' i
manufactured - by Celebrated tPhiladelpbiai New York and
rafuLii&itray ,of JBoots i anxl i Sh.oes.iZ
L'J) il-.ni'I li.n; p. ,.l t ,7ii l;;p;vr,7l .it. iflj!livA
Gentlemen. troubled mth corns; anil bunipns.can be.reue.yed
by haying us make , them a pair pf Boots or Shoes.
Hi I'l'lTlD ) iii - JjiHir) '7 '.
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UO Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL'.'
'"KOT ALlsilfeD 1 186 1 .
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L i-axi.wlTiitiinmnnli Gt T n in Vrinna Tin) tatai
lOi Commercial Ave.,
We have in stock a full line of Gold and Silver
percent less than any dealer in the city.
FA.HISrBA.KER & CO.,
Cor. Seventh Sc Commercial.
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COK 8 ALJC HsTil'ick I'imp wl nrr :y..)Ut t'Mce
A' $5, new, go4 Jok4 Ii 15D.lHUliorjC ax.
FIURNI$nifD HUOM.S-Kr (o1-ri. W;tb or
teeommodsted 17lf it. 3 dooriwet Llmbcrt bqute.
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OH 8ALB.-nilock Fhncton. n.-w. Price
fu, lor fj.'
Jiw. for $lij.-luimr gr B, a, uarncu, ouue-
riP8 aarcn uiow nig .oooiou, jhb..,
Bo,584r S r , j ,
17 RlRndb0c0o1a tihlp. Sent'lreeTiO V XJ
X HUUb ,hl Ualon pnhi co.,-"v' ' .
NewtJc. J. bn48eelror
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ADVEHTIICBBjMid lrtweloc. JU f
I,cl Kwf ppri, .Sn, P BxiU.4J2tKl
pruc trt li)W,T
ttinnnAttri WnU nil of lonf '
l.S.110..M.tlwl I Mn4rW0 KOTTIAIBH t
The; Science of Ufa v Only $1
BY MAlIi tOSf-rAI L. ;'-.'.'';
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bllliy. I'r.mnturo i)!lul In I liIrrorM ol
Youth, and uutold mMtatotamiiHi'mn4iim
cretloaor uzoo'kci A book for evnry mnti, toudk.
mldille-igod and old. Itconttlp liii pruncrlpllom
for All teat nd chronic dlivs, pkcIi oub ol
.itch is lnvluM. lo loiind hf tht Author,
BT (JUXftl'?! lotfof nHhAV!n !"WI
PHV ludnlhlufjfal f rcncl Ainln,luBihoi
id cot en, I'll' gilt, BnartiTtecd to bet flnor work
IB evi.rjr ienc iiochulol, liturarjr nnd profot
tomt tbkii kh.v otborwork told In thlt country
forli.M). or the mincy will hu refunded In vrv
lniOno I'llca mil fliM bv iiiill, poit hulil
luffrwiJtWi Urn lw Ajijiiti. Hor novr'. MJold
aiadal kwtrdvd the nthor by tho Nttlo' l Modlct1
AonnoiktloUt to the ifllcer of which he refers.
The Hcli'iice ol Lit' should he rend by the young
Kir itmrunmn, m,a ny tun mictua lot leuon-wt
nee of I
pt hp . tielUwlvthor yqntH,
odHfeitleirl 'ttnitiTtito, '
W. il. Ptrknr, No. 4 nulHiion Htruet. Bolton,
wno mev oa cnnaned on all dlnreKC re
qul'lnii iktll and oxperiouru , Ch nnic aud uhntl
aitedfKfaithattiahhfnoi tTn i I "ihk
anoeutrailare. MkhtlbVthl iKjT'"ni
"tJ5 the Easiest 21c. .V.cs
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;I)Wmbhi Solid Silf er,' ,'
PLATE A BE,
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25th Anniyersary Ball
'AKAB 'FIRE CO.
' -IDEAL LU AGUE 'HALL ? i
ft Year's Eft,i)e(i: 31; 1881
t"Ticket, ll.no. T. J. Kerth, Jeff Clark and
B. t'. Blake, Committee of Anaugemvuta.
j Mr.lEniilyr Bowers,
'. Mra, AVADA CUBK30N, Agent.
1 Alexander, Cjt Bank, 8th St
, .Cairo, III. " '
' iVOood Stock, and Price Reatonable.Ct
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RELIABLE SELF CURE
A bvorile prescription of tint f the moit
V noted and luccMful tr4wintit In h IT 3
.Tnfew'retirecfV for the' cure ,oT Xrmm Oe b 11 1 Tt
ed and iucceulul
lOtf Manhood. W..bn.H anit llaaiMB. C.n.
Id plain tealed envelope Free. . Dniggiata con fiU.it. .
Address DB,. WARD & CO., Loultlana, Mo.
OK TI1K HUMAN BODY KM.AHOKD, DKVKl-
Km., in n Intorntitu
itTPnKnmi'in Hint run in
n ni'iy tum-
MyJUfti tlinri) n uijni(lHii;0oniu
eoiltrtm LllfiAdvnrtiitfirH mrm
Tnt"rintml in-rtnin nnvr itrt
plwd circmrn pivmn alt purl iculnr
guiK MKnn ALCt)., HulTrtlo, Y-T
TJDT 11 forworklng people Send 10 rant
frt-e a royal, VHluah samp
g ode that will put you iu the way pf making more
muiiuy iq ( jew aayi man you ever mongni pom
bloat any himlni. Capital not required. Yoa
cunli.vn t, horn an work Id spare 'tVne' cfnly, or.
all the time. Arl tifhntA 'm ctf f 'Va(ea gmn J
lyeucceosiul. COcents to .t essll ear ed every
evening. Th it all who want work may le t the
b lnes, we make this unparalleled offiir. To all
whosre not. aat. fled wo will send il topnyfortbe
t liuble Ol wrLtlnn na. . FuM htl"laia.Hlrn lima.
.W,,itft.'j.; Bipenle ay absolaie y sure for
WLv&artjM.oncijOon delay. Atlnrts
) SPS; jMU.vFortiand, Maine.
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V(A UN KUAN.
Ki. Ill barrn uuu kr UltlMfs lU
UMIlh.y IM , Ii mil trMllnt all frf.
taoUvtaw UDUII.W M KfMttlSI4. i'I
!HMjnrBlnLM.IaiDStKuiMtal. I,, I,
mi e lfH.li.
V n iwi u nMn Ik ni nil
'i'I I, 'I lll'HI m laa ir mamait sat' a ti it
I HSattlafUXHXH.arwl irMaaiMta. '
(iENEILAL n L(M1AL ITEMS
Wriio AnoenU will two a jolly i tuna lo-
'Pure apple cider t Gr II. Jackson A
r, X:" r. -it.-or ftJi'ioV t-f I J.;i ;.. 3 o ,
'iMitd A'l B. Una. WCoMenVMs.-fcere
oh'a:vii(t6 MrbeoTWMahnV1';,;,';;;.'';!, i
Buy your oranL'es, apples and cocoa-
outj frojii 0. JI.' Jackson 40. ( ,2t
will be in l'irM.VeiJnfl8Jy,ijnli!ht., --i
Misses JeaoettffMtller 'and Tot Brio-
. t v.il !.. . ru' I !(( .1. M t ... I.kk.i I ',.i;', '
pacli ftpmJjojj) (CPlpgfl jo,sniquiJie
holiday season. .ii .uiiu Au..i,- -aU :
tWMlt9, "ill VcW at, Springfield m the
28thaDd:80tli Suat 'ri i i.-.; j;;..-) ; -v- '
ii UMiss1 8fell Ayera, of Kansas' City' is
Tbos. Lewis, in tbis cityr u j i... i . i : i-
Mr. Barge Nofth,;a pioinlnent 'citizen
of PaduQslivWJioJeU.fiom aoaffuld and
fractured bU skull, U ' dead, i " ' i . ;
'" Just received an elegant! llne pf New
markets in (jrfWa'les,' otto'mtnfl aod plu'ah.
at GoldatiQe f& By;8enwatei'fr, f ,,, ,;,, ;5 ;
-TrBitirT9.-' We haye to arrive Dec. ?4,
250 fat dressed turkeys for Christmas AU
so fresli celery, at (1)4 New .York Sturo. 8t
" -Tlie Current for Chistmasis a diyble
number,1 full bf good thin.'tieuil dreely's
article .on ''piuUfmas at 'the prlth.oie'', i
partipularly jaUrMtiog. it v! :i ;
' James1 r.,! son of ' Kich aid 1 an d .Maty
English, died of pneumnnia., Sunday night,
aged tbreo years. Funeral i from St. Pt
rick's church at ,io:day.'' '
j The remains of Mrs. Agnes Conners, ot
Marphysbiro, who died on bonrd tho
R. R. Springer on the 17th Inst.,' Were ' for
warded by rail yesterday from this place.'
i. i Betore Mr. I. N Oulllie . could reach
Blandvtlle, Ky., his little son breathed his
lastri'.The f u ner al 'occurred , there ' 8u oday
afternoon, the attendance being quite large.
'" Repellents. Down they go to 37J,
40 and 45 cents per yard from former prices.
They must. be. sold at ; the' -New Tork
-"Muldoon's Picnic'.' party failed to
make connection, consequently there was
no entertainment at the Opera House, last
evening. '; .
,f OeDtlemcn desiring somethintf , nice
for their lady friends as a Christmas pres
ent will do well to call and examine Mrs,
Williamson's stock. ... 3t
-. Spar ribs and backbone are plentiful,
but there are a great many young men and
bachelors that don't seem tp have backbone
enough to take rjnto themselves a spare rib.
Jornj MEran This celebrated shoe is
on sale at the New York ' Store, custom
made and warranted. We offer the cheap
est line of calf and. kipboots .it), the city.
Give us a call. ' ; ' ,.' " 8;.,
' Rev. F. L. Thompson, formerly . pastor
of the Methodist church In this cityt: but
new stationed at Greenville, was united ,1n
marriage a few days since to Miss Emily
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Cloaks. We have a, full line of dol
mans, cloaks, uldtcra, wraps,. Newmarkets
etc' Prices on these goods .are. .on arked
down and they must be sold, at the 'Now
York Store. " ' ' 8t.'
A trio of young gentlemen, Messrs.
Ben. Thistlewood, Harry Cunningham and
Fred Galigher, are . home from the military
academy at Chester, Pa.,' to spend, the holi
days. ; - ; ,
'Notice. Men apd boy's overcoats and
chlldrens clothing all bought, at tlm bank
rupt sale and weouor them 25 and 40 per
cent. less than sold elsewhere in our city,
at the New York Store.'""" ' 8t.
There will be a spdclsl convocation of
Cairo ChapW No. 7i; R A. Masons, t,bis
evening at 7t30 o'clock, for work In BI. M.
degree; ' Visiting companions, cordially in-
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OtsTEns. We shall receive daily, un
til Jan. 1, '8J by express fresh bulk oysters
which we ofler by the pint, quart or gallon,
all solid ..meat.' .Also by the can at the
New York Store,';,',';, , .' ";;
Dad Leavitt, the engineer who was
hurt a few days since," !s laid up at his
home in Centralia,.; It is now thought ' he
was Injured Internally by the fall from Jijs
f Several boot-blrtcks had a fjglit nn, the
street yesterday. The ring-ioadcr was tak
en before Magistrate- Cammlngs, who read
liim a scvero lecture and allowed him' to
depart: '"' ,:.';"..'.;"," ;;::;:;;. ',;;:'.,
rrrBi'B. Shob Co.'-rWe have", full lino
o? custonl-mad ; shoes ' or',.'., Jadics, nilsses
and cblldren of the above make. , Efiyy
pair warranted by tho Bryan Brown Shqe
Co:,'(obe first class or no sale. at the New
York Store. 8t
.rrl'UncleV Duke Entminger, of Marlon,
III., has been placed in the insane hospital
at Anna. lie has rcachod a ripe old age,
and Is well known In southern, Illinois, hay
ing formerly, been wharf-muter, hor tor
a number of years. '", ,' , ;
-From, this, ,,dto tilJanuary jl, 1885,
all winter goods, such as ladios' and chll.l
rei's y cloaksi, .shawls, .' flannels,, .blankets,
cishmores, and all dresa 'gor)di,;,n:,Met)eral,
ate railucetl i to . 15 percent i from former
E rices a'l OMdstlno &' RoiwBw'aleV'i. ' Ploase
ill and convlnco yourselves. tf
y; and rot'lcM'money.
Remember we sell all our dolls and toys Ig
one week, and .during the .bolllda-Hnd
tney roust be., sod at,the,ew Yors:
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Yesterday morning the Eleventh street
primary school was dismissed till Jan. ,5,"
owing to' tbeo illness', of 'the ' teacher.'IIiii
ProutyJ She bus been lodlsposed ot sev.
eraidays, but is fast recovuring and will b
about in a short time. . '
, , TrJ"'j Jfflring sljt.,9r. anything la
millinery goods for a Christmas .on sent to
a friend wilt fled them .cheap aMrs. Wil
liamson's, as slio is selling tbemout at cost,
as she has a very large stock and is anx
ious to dispose of tbem. 3t
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,;i To-day and to-morrow the .Church of
the Redeemer will be open after 0 a. m. for
decoration. ! The rotor! urgently requests
the presence of (he ladles and centfe'men
f tbe congregation for;'adyico' an;d;ua?sls.
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"-l have 100 nice.'turkeys for ; cijrfitmas
'and will ' be pjeitaed fb Lave, ypur,. wdct-s.
Also cranberries, 'ovstcrs-celtrvi nrunes.
cUTrants, raisins,1 etc.-in fttc'ta fail fine of
staple and. fancy groceries at lo west .prices.
Walter B. Pettis, the grocer.'' . ,( Ct
I'I VI I. Ill,
...,r-FimvWe have just received fifty
pieces more of thatjbrowp, C!aiitod(',iaDn'el,'
a 5 cents per yir l, Ata 'lamiiton Stout
for 8 cents per yard.-' Dross goods ted need
25 per cent, and muat bi? soJd tp coaef ',Ex
amino them. . Lonsd,ale irjuslin. 8 cents per
yard. . All lines of flannels redaced 20' per
cent st the New' York Store.'"; 1 ; ! ,
; -A short time since : City Cletk Poller
promised us a gopd ilem; andVaftera re
porter had produced, book and; pencil -. Mr;
F. said he "wasn't quite ready.'','1 But' is
have got him 'now; ' Early, Sunday!',tr(orn
ing a diminutive female put in. an; appear
ance at Mr. Foliey's resideuce.end at once
gave him .understand tbatshohad nme
to stay. I hero will be one moro stocking
to hang up Christmas eve.'i-! ''
'; "-CniirsTMAS 'and New , Y'EAas'.-We
have on baud for holiday, trade, new raisins
currants, prunes, citron, jellies; mince' met,
apple .butter, preserves, oranges, ' lempns,
outs, cocoanuts fancy candies both Ameri
can and french, new hams, Brock fort bacon.
chow chow and mixed, plcklea ?y j the , riot
or qu irt, and all , family goods Deeded.
Telephone No. 11 for price. . New York
Store. i - 8t.;
' S ime pf our leading citr-is ' are be
ginning to take an interest in pur .military
Company i2be. - Ualliday ..Guards-and aire
determined to bring it to tlie front as a first
class compih, aecood to nqna iti, ihe State,
the bViysare to hvj mintnly. campetetive
drills the first Tum.lay, io etch niootji.
Competent judges am o,cit'Zin, having ,a
tbprough kqowlodge of military affairi will.
,im.iu aueuunoce,, m ;i.!.-.-i i i... I j-
i ;-Tbe genial IIara M"cNecly,'bf ,'the'Eiv
insville Jpur.naLj our old ,,tlie' riqn'd,' fefct
us his pictnre by the stesraer ,Obi6 yester
day. It represents that gentleman' poiing
in two different posjtiips, both graceful atf
airy, with a degree of a tendon at once de
lightful and attractive.' The lightj ' gauzy,1
summery eosfuraejwbich is the distingtilaji
irig feature of the' portrait, 'acaw spme
what put of. place,";' wh(in',!,yie!we4rpuii a
stand-point oj six degrees below zero, bat
we presume Mr; McNcely . was' indulging
his taste for the artistic, and rightly judged,
that "beauty unadorned, is adorned the
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' A gentleman who, gave ,lf. name,,
Light foot and; who. .said .he., had ..been,
at Metropolis several days assisting
Mr. Fred Maxwell' of the" Bloomingtqn'
mutual Insurance company in' 'ferreting
but tho alleged jfre,ucis perpetratjC in Me
tropolis on. the pompany -.racoatly was,, Ln
tl.q city this morning-, and stated to a Nevfs
reporter who met him at' the Richmnid :
IIoumo, that they had.;'eededja',Wra(
he Hargld Armstrong, the,. local' agent: of
the company, wl.o is chartfed with heading
tho fraud, and that severnl other parties
had been "shadowed"1 and woird likely be
arrested.' ;' 'Light foot knew all" aboyt tlio
iwlndle and who' 'were' s'inpecled', ijf (bcing
Si''i'.' i'Vou'W'i' n !y. 'n'amii' A
'.W'i..?110 iwi.oPieuma tp'(ivflniis
ed in insuring men. who. had i but recently
diud, and "thus' sccutipg proinpt returns
frpm the pfilfckv, tljii' "wJn.ders; i .t'and
iDgtogethor in tho' transaction.,.! Deaths
were becoming too frequent, and an Inves
tigation brougljt o'u'hho crookedness. -Pa-ducHh'oows.
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, ,-Christniftsinpsaw forft.Jhe brightest,
gladdest days of , the year.'i There is goner-'
al congratulation nd ejtrieing, "but Itl' bur'
city there, tar' mti)if . j tff. join, .CJIirVtBi avs
times come sadly around tho chlldrcu
who hear glad' bolls rlbg" wtthout' Joining
tholr hitirfy si'tng. ' lit thtt gcrior'ar il jolq-,
log they should not be fofgotteqi', In inany
,a poor cleerless iio,mo,the,,funiipo .may.btv
iqatteijd ,wlt)i jlttlp effiut., and the. .heart
always feels better ft.r 'having performed a
god deed . ;' , Thi iic , ;f (l ih b ( , c hi ln.1 to
whom Santa Cleus never coiues and., then
open your heart and purse. To them' What
a trial to see: la heat, to. feel - and -not en-.
joy. Hunt them but and by little acts of
kindness teach that the world Is not all cold
and durk." xtlndnCKs'lrH's k' polirfdrrtiQu'-.
ence nVef tlio tioRrt1, ithri tiy pw'njf'Ciirlat
piasglajlnup lnto,)uuible hpmis many a
new llfu msy be mado purer 1 and 1 better.,'
Chrl.tirt8 Is Dot'fcjll fVhlldrcby'ayb'ut'
Its' iilailpess 'a waken joypita ooiioes,and
happy memories in older hearts;1'- Aside
from Its holy associations, thora Ii a tradr-1
tlonal charm clustering around the day that
MrWiVtyUjau Weij .ihUuy
hittm j fttl fo(i cherished Vep)eien
andin Christ mis ftstlvines'old folKS feel
be consoling aud have a touch vJ"yjo aJJ
brightness to the occasion. 'It was oh (hot
morning the star i f Buthleera a)iphe britli ,
est over Uimnhols the.nmmiie. aniLjUa
hope of the world. In the ceii-brition or
this day, let charity be a companion with
enjoyment and maik it,witb some good
deed nobly done. , ' f)(". I
Police Pickings. -
.'John Escritt, a gaunt-lpolinfjroutlj.fvrt
qlalms to reside at Pulaaki, came in on tjw
rroo Mountain from Charleston, Mo., Sun
day morning. He toqk dlnnefat the VVhV
erl Iouse, and then prbceed'''t'ipejli
the lights, Winding up in a houso of iii re
puteon Fifth street. He Is a phrenologist,
and jfipent ' some time in. pursuing his
art among the colored damels. About
midntght he. was told by a duiky : siren, to
"fly af-once," as bet besband was coming.
Before waving ,tho bouse he felt for a - wad
of money which he had placed in his' vist
pocket-pt40.in.l5 bLIIs-raud, found it had
been 'abstfactod Bifing 'seated, he said
notbing,bo(u the rpbbery, at be time, but
Ljpkqd .abptjt e, street Jor.au,. officer, and
not) finding qnot so.ughl a holtl.Snd, retired.
Yesterday morning he procured the set vices
of dlflc'er junker,' and" g'oin? lo 'iie'nouse,
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ub poiieu jiiur jie jones as tne person
whom he bad reason- to believe stole bis
wealth. 8he was arrested and brought be
fore :Judgo .Robinson, .State's Attorney
Butler appeared ( for the plaintiff and Jus
tlce' Ounflingham'Tof ' the'1 d fendririt.; : A
.'lil. Ill .."'V 1 1 '!'' I'll T.U
number ,! ..witnesses,, were examipedi the
testimony i being somewhat. i Conflicting.
Justice Cunnlngham-s 'epeech was a marvel
in its way; and tho m'ann'er'''in; .which1, he
hurled language at . the court was 'simply
astonishirgM,Judgr4,Rpb4napn held the de-.
feudant tp.t.h.e.'oiruit' court .In a .bond of
$100, and not being able tagjve the same
ho weuYrV j'ajl."1 '"" "ir''
Sunday afternbon a crash' was ' Tieard on
a man walking away from a! broken show-,
window' at ' Marx'a 'clothing bouse, ' and
put ' hint' 'under arrest. As s'ubs'iquent
" - j .'i'J i ; '-.." l ' -ill.. 1. 1' .
eytntssnow, ps ia,tue samo persjin,. wbtt on
Stturray took, a coat from Mr.Marx'a store,
but tht gentleman concluded : not to prose
cute him as he was gray-haired and told a
pitiful tale, , About the time, tho glass was
broken, Officer Mahony ii was looking
for a man who had been offering a bolt o
cloth for safeand iV' luck'would. have i
happened alo'tjg id tmeto get a glimpse of
tho wiqdpw,brpak;my;!,The, officer found
thai he had sold the cloth to 1 Mr'. C. H
O'Briant whp keeps' a restaurant on the'le
veB';OfBccr 'Mahanny .' took' ,'k .'siimr le of
nie goqus yv.sftrtlay ..and,, propped, into. C.
H. Gholsoo's, store in order to ascertain
their Hlue. .'Mr; G. enid ha hurl thn mn
c f sj-ia of clotH ' on 'h ft'r) t ktti r a cara I u I
sejfelvl)e jfi)und-i'.Wt',,oi ',iiie ,.ame .bad
been stolen from in front of his fetore. 'i The
dlbth was measured and found to be worth
f 15.G0 at wholesale price. The - prisoner
was brought before Judge) Robinson, aind
gave his nuine s Henry Hildenhurg. Ho
la nvenpaoi ' ut O'ty years of age, five
leet seven Indies high, haif, mustacne and
chin whiskers gray, and clad in a coarse
suit of gray' clothes.1 'Hp5 Wived examina-
t;on and in default' of 3Q0 b'oiiiiw'tts 'bound
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yTer.to uieirgiii.couri. . .., Ul) ,,.,.
Jb)lho Perkins, was fined $5 and cost for
disorderly conduct. :;."'.'0 n'-.-y v.n- i
" Andy Pielps Was 'assessed ft) and costs
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tor ping ,arunj,aod .disprdefly.
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: i ; Govern or. Crittenden, of ; Missouri,' has
written an ODen letter In which ha .flinrra
ipat the I'bourb'pn, 'Unner,''.'and'depj'are8,that
none but tbo moss-back, simon-pure du
mocracyt Ih&t witl eyes shut' have followed
their feadeVy, rlglit 6'r wrong; fir.'-t)i'o lat J
Wf. ?St:M )ies.,:i(hpuid tb.o. recognized
by.tho,administrBilon'. i... :, !.-.(,.!..'
! It is pleasant to- iho young democracy
who h'tvo-Veachfid .a ; higher plRlib , iii' poll
ties io fe'erthat'Cntteiide'n and his' ilk will
bu disappointed that the old blind, parti
san elumont of the party wil 'bo peVmitted
to enjoy thelr ecason of -rest 'unloterfupted
and uudifurb,;,;. V((1
,, TliqucepoDdv9.V rermblicnns.Vho. aided
in the election of Cleveland did so without
fearbf 'punishment from tl'iiur own p'tv or
hope of reward except1 pucb.as comes 'from
thd' enjoyment of t cloarcpnaqieoce nd, thoN
pleflsap mpmotyi of dutiea faithfully per
formed.! "They deserted their party becauso
Under It leadership aiid "policy1 they fult
tH'at 'Wltli' anol her Jour yeaty,t(i'are ,wouLd bo
notiilug lVft froin the ,wr,epk aud i ruin of
the country worth saving. They should bo
rcmemborl'd whether they ask it or not
tljcy-arVcutitlod ti It but not In tl)o cabi
net. No,matter who are. at. tho heads of
departmitSjtlia.eyeof the world are turn
ed upon the democratic party abd that
alone will be hold responsible for the next
four years, and ' Ita ''niunigoment should be
pid fyssil moss-baqko rqlict.of .ants-yelum,
, ttme, who nevvr advance in ideas or prac
tice, but iwtth the young-true-blue deufio
c'rats who havd been 'edubted''1n' the new
fcjppl pf pontics and, .hato .ktipl.pncewith
tl)U.tlUl4J ii u'.. 'il in a.I ni") ..!,. i .. 1 I
, nit is aaitltlml Ovorue .Frunois Tralrn is
Incurable, i .Any. kind of strain can :be cur
ed, by i,Pti JkCobs i Oll, tha great, pain ti-lle?er.
V 'lew V a 1 W V f iwej mum i r
f l T ABM 0 TBI BIVUS f i
Rivor marked by the auge at thlt
lWt,at, ,213;p,, ni. jestefday, 14 feet 0
inchi. . Itie. (luring j)ruvUu , twenty
W houW 1 fe( 0 rnoh'et.-H. '
...CfattaniMf, Deo,.;22.rniver. Jfeet 7
vii.ii iii,..uii;t .iiivyr iiiee
IneliciahaU.L'." M; hl1
LousvLlle, (Di:c..23.r-niver ,7. feet 7
inches ami riHing,,-! m,, ; rr
Nasbyjller Dec,?3.4-RiTer-10 feer. 11
inches amirlaiigj!! iir til' ." Kii' I
Pittdl.urg, Dlc. 22. River 3 feet 5
tubes and rising, i m' :(!,; f I
I U Louii Deci 03,Rlyer H; flf inehei
'. MfPCELtAKKOna ITKlia. -
) , .Tlio'.il.; S. liia-a from, ' asliv'if ie", 'after,' an
absence of five months arrived here Sunday
with a tight trip, t She wil report here ev
ery Sunday and the Dronillard every Wed-
n--vl.5l()Tr5 .'1 !.
C'ipt. Keith very sensibly has decided
not t0iry to, go .to St. Louis with the Daco
tub until a big thaw seta in. lie has laid
np below the narrow gauge depot.
The Springer from New Orleans arrived
here yesterday at 10 a. m. ; f5be had a, big
trip for Cincinnati; was 63 hours out from
Memphis; had to IVy up two nights on ac
count of weather and ice; departed at noon.
fhoJ'S. )V. Gtff from Mprnpbis arrived
here latt evening at 4;S0. She b id a large
passenger trip, but light freight trip. Re
ceived about GO tons heie and a few passen
gers and departed for Cincinnati at 7 p. m.
The Ohio from Cincinnati reported here
Suudty morning.: ".She had a big trip, took
the Anchon Line mail down and departed
for Memphis at noon. dipt. Deem was un
ahlp to lio out, b-ing confined ,to his room
with a violent cold.
Tfio Golden-' Crown, beyond -all doubt,
Will arrive here early this morning on..her
way to. Nqw Orleans.' ,She s one pfthe
moat popular 'boats on" the Ohio or Missis
sippi. Ifyouwitutto go to New Orleans
for a plen9Hnt voysgp, take? the Golden
Crown; $30 for round trip, meals and room
included wbiio in port. .
The Guiding Star for New Orloans and
the Vint Shiukle for Memphis are the next
boats duo here' from Cincinnati. The
SI. inkle to morrow morning and the Guid
ing Star Thursday morning. !, , . ;.
All the keys of Winds ir Castle were re
cently Btoleu, but even this dues not inter
fi re with, the rapid sale of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup. ,' ,
Tie Half Was Never ToW.
of the wonderful power and virtues of that
best of all nu-dicines, Kidney-Wort. " It
has been frien snd proved. Its curea are
numberless and the record of (nupposed)
incumble chss thit have yielded to its, in
fluence, is HSiounding. If you have treble
with your kidney, I ver or bowels, if. you
suffer from conntipatiop and 'piled, If i yon
Hre a vioiim of rheuutisra or maltria, take
KidneyiWort. 'YoU will find it is the rem
edy you need. .:V':;: . :. -v
Advice to Mothers.
Are you dittturbed at night and b'-.ken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering" and
crying with pain of ' cutting teeth! If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Sirs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It . will re
lieve the poor little sufferer impied
iately. Depend Upon it, mothjra. there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates tbo stomach and bow-
ln, cures wind oolio, Boftens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tons and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs. 'Wins
low's Soothing Syrup forqbydreq Teething
ii plonssnc tii the taste, and u tho DrescriD-
tiiinofpneof the oldest and bent female
nurses' and physicians in tho United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Cheap Homes In Arkaim and Texas
Along the lice of the Bt. Louis. Iron
Mountnin and Southern Rail way. Texas and
P'iCiiJc, IUilway land International and
Greitt.Northorn Railroad, are thousands ot
acres.of the choicest funning and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
13.00 to f 300 and 4.00 per . acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
fir salubrity and Oomfort. .Send your ad
dress to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
iii 1882, and make up your mind to go and
ee for yoursilf when you learn that the crop
t.ir ;ooj is ou per cent larger than that; of
1883.';. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, dno
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate? is
allowed fir money paid for tickets or freight
over the Companies hpes, t ,
liixi. iuwihE.j(i, ajcq r rasg.agt.
W V VSt.TuisMo.
l;or the , Cure,, pf Coughs, Colds,ij
Hoarseness, Cronchitis,Croup, influH
enia, Asthma, v hooping Coupn, Itj.
cipicnt Consumption and for the re
lief of cdrt" jmnttvc persoris in advan
ced stages of i he Disease; y ; or Sije,
A P 7 n 8w d .It centaf ir pos.ago
. L XX ill Ei.. "'J'1 r'"lv .reirtjbt
A , of irooda wli .ib W ll helpvsa
t ranre m n "V rluht -y tiuj anyt' fng Slat la
this world. Ail. f elt'ier, sua, auqeeed f oaarat
hour. The br ad raal to fortniae opt as before Ua
workers, absolutely auie At oac aedraaa