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THE DAILY CAIRO UUIXETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1830.
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uU rvurr lmrltou ; 1 tt.onth. l.W.Si month with
ul rhauirc, $1 per tnoiiih. Bach aililllloiml
llnr, 5 ccuut. MlLtlui. win'.ed ficc.
To Slur runuii on t'lTili itrcet near Levee, l-'or
Information. pply ti
Sluth Mn-a and Lover.
FOR 8ALK SAKE !
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torv. No. . Minder. Bkhmaiiu Co if. thai u
win will tit btrciin.
t'onutcr. hclvtn nd oibr nnloou flviurc for
! at k hariikiu. u.ii""in.
Uenl etute kizent
The AnherT nroneitv on Ilolbrouk vc. Cheap
lo k Rood tcukiit. M ..l.lloi v. H. b. Agent
Ownkm aud pin-chatr of real e.tatc In Cairo
' prepared lo Iiiriiish'bnlnictuit rRoi uhle rnt .
Dflice lu Court House.
hould be nri I lev nve k L-ooa mi", i urn '"
II. MAREAN, M. IV,
Homeopathic Pliysu-ian anil Surgreon.
Jr 14(1 Ci. AinerclHl avenue. Iteaidenw corner
iitrteeDth Si. and Wanhinitton avenue. I uro
U. E. W. W1UTLOCK,
OmrK No. 1 I'ommc.rclal Avenue, between
Eighth and Nimli Street
J)R. W. C. JOCKLYN.
D K NTIST.
OFi'ICE Eiu'Btk Street, near Com.i.en.-ia! Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow- and Oorpnaua' Mil
tal Aid hodetv .
Q D. WILLIAMSON,
76 Ohio Levee.
float Stores ami (Jrocories.
or h:i Liniu.
OI'KN NIOUT AND DAY.
Fr-sh liuiry and (.lit EiIim Butter. OvHtcin and all
kind of trail when in easou. mi baud and deliv
tuea prumpllv ul retidfuecu free. OvMers delivered
MRS. M. A. SWANDEK,
Winle.r'ii Blin k. ( oilier Sevelllli Street Mild ("will-
ire lo Inform ihe ritizeiiMtf Ckhn and klinty.
teal rpe ha k
New and La rice Slock of (Jowls
Which rhtwill nfll at aitcai. i (l.eni-liii; o!
Hats and Rtmnets.
AND IIOOl S.
Ar.d tine Imported lli-'- lor I.ndie nnii riiililu ii.
Ladies' Furnishinu; (ioods!
AlMh very latent di!;tik. Iriec low n pirn
ihle and itoodf marked in pluiM tk'nre. Will nut
he undersold, ( all and examine. No trouhle to
bow ko(1ii Laulcti who do not i.ee what lliey
nt will pleartali for i'.
n. i if v.
7fi OHIO LKVKE
No dill or ilnxt In ui'Mi-iiri'ii -Lti expoped to iiir.
Milkdelieen d (Hire a ilat,
SEALED IX PINT ROTTLES.
'Iry ll and nee lor jurelvei.
:)0 l'INT TICKETS ONE DoLI.AIl!
( kili on delivery of tlekel".
ALL SORTS. SIZES AND STYLES,
Alto MiiiiulHi'lmer of and dealer n,
TIN. COPl'EK & SIIF.ET-IHON WARE,
4V"Al.t. KC'llli Ol" 4 W'ollK i'NK TO ollH.K. J
NO. 27, KKillTII sTUKKT,
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JT. LOI IS. CAIRO AND RADI CAII.
The E.esMitNlUewhei'l Paeni;er Slennur
JL.4. BlUd Clurk.
Leavek Cmro every Moiniay and Tloirailn) for
ae uirkrOekU. SI. I uiil. kiid n tundliiK. Vor
ri'Wtfht orpkonax.i apply lu SOI.. A. SILYEU,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTKl'.tU AT TUB 1'OST OFIICK IN l AIUO, It.
MNOIS, AS SKIONIHT.ASS MATTBll.
OFFICIAL PAI'EK OK ALEXANDER COUNTi
Only Movniiiff Daily in Southern Illinois
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Cairo, 111.. January 8. m. (
Bar. Thor. Hum. Wlud. Yil Weather,
a m :.ul
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2pm . V.
Maximum IVmiieralure. sac : UlliliuillD Teui
perkture, :: : luinwiiu hi
Serfi't Signal Corn. U. 8. A.
(i EX Eli A L LOCAL ITEMS.
Mrs. I). J. Mav, of CVntralia, is in the
city, vinitinj; Mrs. SjiauKling.
Mr. E. O'Ju'il, formerly steward the
St. Charles Hotel has uctejiteil the steward
ship of the Planters' House.
-We see from our exchange that leap
year parties, given by the younjr ladies, are
just now exceedingly popular.
Quite a Strang wind prevailed yeftcr
lay evening and it was very generally wel
comed, since it had a tendency to dry our
A letter from Dr. W. R. Smith's
family in New Orleans to the Doctor,
brings the gratifying intelligence that his
son is improving rapidly.
A few of the members composing the
fire department met in the council chamber
last night, but no quorum being present no
business was transacted.
The knii: of cigars is the 'faultless, "or
may be it is queen, only o cents' for a ciynr
worth ten. sold by F. Korsmeycr. Ohio
Levee, corner Sixth street.
A select social dance was held in the
hall of the Hibernian engine houe last
night. It was well attended, and. as might
have been expected, the enjoyment was
Hoggarth. who gave quite an enter
tiiiniug pantomime exhibition at the Athe
neum some time ago, is now in Cincinnati
in all probability following his old busi
ness. That "butcher and dog and lawyer"
story has started on its rounds again, sure
enough, and will be in nil the "patent in
sides" in the country lo fore the month is
The Hiliernian tire company will give
their annual ball on Wednesday evening.
February 4th. The executive committee
was appointed to make the necessary ar
rangement at the last meeting of the com
pany. When a newspaper paragraph opens in
language as soft as the bosom of love, and
as sweet ns the tinkle of a woodland brook,
it is always safe to conclude that the virtues
of some patent medicine, are haniased onto
Mr. M. E. McCainmon, the gcutleman !
who keeps the butcher shop on Washington
near the corner of Tenth, was been ap
pointed weigh iiiu-tcr in Mr. Sander's
stead, lie will doiibt!s give the. scales
Water, collected in the low places,
can be seen all over the city, but since the
river is still rising there is little hope; of
getting it out of the citv for some time to
come. The river rose one foot und eleven
Tiik lh'i.i.KiiN job office yotenhiy
printed the invitations for a hop to be given
at the Hibernian engine house next Thurs
day evening, by the Egyptian Social Club.
This will be a strictly select party and per
sons receiving invitations may consider
tlieinelve specially honored.
-J ill! Orange was on another of his
cray diunkeii spree last night and with
liiiidv under him, he felt like a man on a
"high horse" and acted accordingly. The
fellow i mi intolerable nuisance when drunk
and his "tjft of unh" adds no iiirreuiblc
ness to hi presence when Iliddy and he are
We learn that Mr. II. 1 truster, an agree,
able gentleman, who has for a long time
been one of the most popular conductors
on the Illinois Central railroad, and who
has many friends in this city, has given up
his old birth and entered the mercantile
hiMiicss in Centralia.
Mr. Frank McCain-, a brakeiiiauonthe
Cairo and Vinceniies, who several weeks
ago had two of his lingers mashed while
coupling ears, carries his arm in a sling
and, although the wound Is rapidly heal
inn, he still occasionally sillier severely
Iron i pain.
The- Warden of the Southern lVnilen
tiary reports to the governor that on lb
cember 1, 1ST!), there were ;i'.'0 convicts in
the prison. Eight were received and fifteen
discharged during the mouth, leaving in
the prison on December ill, of which
four are females.
It was yesterday evening reported that
Mr. Joseph Norvell, who was run over by
the Illinois Central car, would not linn tin
til midnight, luflammntion had set in
ami this morning hu will lu all probability
be nuinbeied with the dead. This i in
keeil a hard blow to this young wife.
The December crop report of tho De
partment of Agriculture places the acreage
of winter Wueat sown iu th United States
t about twelve per c'cnlth excess to that of
bust year. The tobacco crop of tho season
just closed is estimated as nearly equal to
that of last year, the total yield being val
tied at about twenty-one and a half mil
The Louisville) lecturer, Mr. O'Neil
Russell, w ho was expected to bo in this
city ami lecture iu the Atheneum en Sun
day next, will not be here then. The lec
turc has been postponed and tho public will
be duly notified through these columns as
to the date, etc., when the lecture will be
It took just such weather as we have
had until within the last two days to thor
onghly show up the condition of our roads,
and we are pleased to see that the authori
ties while they do nothing to remedy the
matter are at least convinced that some
thing should be done to improve the condi
tion of our roads.
The Argus says that WillL. Perce was
elected Chaplain of the Delta fire com
pany. The office of Chaplain has no ex
istence iu that company. But perhaps we
are to blame for the appearance of this
error iu the Argus since by an oversight a
typographical error of that kind appeared
in Tiik Ik'M.F.m the morning before.
Mt. Caruiel Register: "Henry Wilson,
of Cairo, a brotlier-in-law of Frank Ilight,
who was murdered near Caledonia, Pulaski
county, last week, has been arrested for the
murder. Tlie evidence elicited at tho in
quest is wholly of a circumstantial nature,
but points strongly toward Wilson." We
know of no such man as Henry Wilson.
The Register is one ahead of us.
Some time ago Mr. Dan Hartman re
ceived the large panes of glass intended for
the front windows of his new building, but
upon unpacking them found them broken.
He returned them to the packers and those
gentlemen immediately forwarded a new-
hit, securely packed, which arrived yester-
lay. The glass this time is 0. K. and
costs not less than three hundred d.il-
The doctors of Rev. Whittaker yester
day believed that that gentleman could not
live. This news will be received with sor
row by nil M ho know him. He was an
arnest worker in the cause of Christ and
.'iniwrancc. being always manly, frank and
sincere in all he said or did. His death
would be a great loss to tho Methodist
church, all the members of which have
arn i to love him. That his condition
may not be as bad as reported is our wish.
The prognostications of Prof. Tice, are
for January, to 11th. cloud and tl irent-
ning weather with heavy rain or snow
tonus in places; l'th to 14th, fair and
cold; 15th to 15th, clouding, with snow or
ain storms; 18th to 20th, clear or fair or
very cold; 21st to 2:!d, clouding, threaten-
ning weather, with severe storms in
places; 24th to 2th fair and cold; Sflth to
20th, clouding weather with snow or ram;
iOth to 31st, clear or fair.
The Supreme Court ot the L'nited
StUes has decided that mortgages are tax-
ul); m the place of residence of the credi-
or, and not where the money may be loan
ed. This decision was rendered in the case
of a resident of Connecticut who loaned
upon real estate iu Chicago. The court
rules that a mortgage held in Connecticut
upon property situated in Chicago h tax
able in Connecticut. This settles a oues-
tion which has vexed the state courts tor
The steamers which lined our levee
luring the cold wenther have silently stol
en away and are now engaged in their re
spective trades. While the steamer were
aid up hi re and could not reach St. Louis
em account i f the ice in the Mississippi, the
railroads took for their motto. "Soc-ct-to-
cm", and churyed such hcuvy rates for
freight that betrayed in them a strayed
conscience. ' Their "hist for lucre" has been
checked, however, since the bouts have
One of the local papers says: 'There
are KiO.IIKO houses in Philadelphia. Of
these 120.0(H) are under mortgage." Tins
is certainly a surprise. Chicago is gener
ally quoted as the most mortgnoed citv of
the union; but, while the exact statistics
are not at hand, it is quite certain that its
houses niv not encumbered in auythiag like
this proportion. Philadelphia is eld nd
established in character. The preemption
would have been that its residents were
largely free from debt, but this showing
upsets calculation. N-w as Chicago is, its
exhibit in this regard may bo considered
- The temperance meeting last night ju
the Reform hall was moderately large. Mr.
John M. Hogiin delivered, in well chosen
words, a short, but to the point, address and
was followed by Capt. Williams whj d
livcred one of his characteristic speeds,
full of wit aud wisdom. The I'reside it
Mr. Geo. S. Fisher, also made a slu i t u !
dress saying some very sensible tiling.
We find it impossible, for various reason,
to give a full report of the meeting, hut
shall to-morrow publish the time for tl rj
meeting of the youths' association, the In.
dies' meeting, and other information ( f
importance to temperance people.
Mr. James Harrington, a teamster, win,
resides on Twenty -eighth street, the other
day Kttleinpled, with his team, to cross the
lake of water which had gathered between
Oaligher's mill and the Cairo and Viueennc
railroad track. Ho hud hardly gotten to the
middle of the lako when his horses stopped
, on atcouut of tho mud buing uuabla to
go further. One of the horses then Ulil
down aud it was with the greatest diilicul
ty that the animal was saved. The horse
is now sick and Mr. Harriugton entertains
fears that the horsu will die from the effects
of injuries received in the pond.
Yesterday afternoon one of our dray
men lost his dray near the St. Charles hotel
and this is tho way it lippened: The
switch engine was running' cars back and
forth, making up the passenger train, when
the draymnn, whose dray was heavily
loaded w ith goods from the Vinceunes de
pot, approached the track, and believing he
could safely cross the track' before
the cars came upon him, mnde the
effort, but failed. The cars caught the
dray, upsetting It and demolishing bo.Ii the
wheels and bed. The load the dray con
tained was of course thrown in the mud.
The horse was not injured neither was the
drayman. We did not learn his name.
Mr. T. E. Naugle, the efficient agent of
the Cairo and St. Louis railroad at this
place, called upon us on Tuesday. Mr. N
has fixed up the old depot, run a partition
across one end, aud fixed up a waiting
room, so that it is much more pleasant than
tormerly. We are pleased to learn that the
Narrow Gauge is doing an incrcasng busi
ness. The .track is in good con
dition, and is under the supervision of that
splendid bridge builder, Mr. Moses Wood.
All trains make good time, and there are no
accidents upon the road ef a serious char
acter. The Receiver of the road, Mr. Smith
ers, has been authorized to procure new
rolling stock; and we presume many ins
pro emcnts will be inaugurated ti.iu year.
It may be of interest to Cairo's tem
perance people to learn that at a meeting of
the Illinois board of agriculture, a day or
two ago, at Springfield, the Women's
Christian Temperance union presented a
petition asking the board to refuse to per
mit the sale of intoxicating liquors on Unfair-grounds
at the next exhibition. The
matter was referred to a committee of three
which brought in a minority and majority
report, the latter being in lavor of the peti
tion. After a long discussioD it was de
cided by a vote of sixteen to three to pro
hibit the sale of liquor on the grounds tin's
year. This decision opens up au immense
field for the enterprise of dealers in "pcki-l
pistols" outside the fence.
The Davenport Democrat h& been
comparing the weather ot seveial years past
with the following result: '"A year ago Jan
uary opened with very cold weather. On
the 2d day of January, 170, the mercury
was 20 below zero at 0 a. m.. 14 at noon,
and 10 at sundown it was the, coldest iu
seven years; the next day it was 19 below,
1G below ou the 4th. 13 ou the 5th, 7 on the
Gth, at zero on the 7th, 8th and Oth, aud 10
below ou the 10th, when the temprture
began rising, aud the very cold weather
was over. Hut the first week of Jsnuary,
1S74 was a freezer. New Year's day that
year held the mercury at 20 below zero from
sunrise to sunset; the next morning it was
IS below, 4 below on the :Jd and 4th, 11 on
the Cth, 10 on the Cth. ID on tin) 7th, 1" on
tile Sth, and 4 on the 0th. And New Year's
day, 18'io, the meicury was :J0 decrees be
low zero all day."
We hav: been a-ki-d by ou,e why ail
orany persons guilty of violating tin- ordi
nances of the city by being prostitutes and
drunken rascillion aro permitted to infest
our city unhindered and uiipimi.ihed. by
being always I v night before Squire Com
ings for trial. We answer for the benefit of
those who don': know, that there are three
justice.-, o t'ne peace in the city: Oslxira
has an office up town, Robinson ou the
south side of Eighth street and Comings ou
th nor'.!: side, ju,; between
Oiborn and Robinn. The law
requires tha: when un appeal i. taken iu
any case, it shall lie taken to the nearest
police court v.i t!i- one from which the ap
peal is taken. Cn:neq-u-nt!y. ComingV court
being the le-are-t to either of the ot!u-i-i,oet
to try all c-.ses taken to the other courts in
which a ciiange ot venue is demanded. Ami
siaee it i. we!!-kuown that oib-ii leu of a
c-rtain st-ipe will be tried In no ether jus
tice, it is useless to tak-- tie-iu anywhere
Tie- two buildings wliieh "took a tum
ble the ither night on (!iio ievee neur
the corner of Eighth have beeu seen to sink
for quite a time. The amount they were
daily giving towards each other could
plainly be seen by tin- pane, of glass in the
front show windows, and this being the
case it is a surprirc that they should have
hc,-n inhabited when they fell. It may be
cruel to the owners of the building, to re
joice over the fact that they took the tum
ble they did hut we can't help that; we
tejoice over the fact and -ray that tuar.y
mow such building! may take it into their
head to "go and do likewise." There are a
number of rickety buildings iu prom,
iucnt parts of the city which
are dangerous to the buildings in
the neighborhood and dangerous to the
families who inhabit them and they should
be declared a nuisance. We yesterday, in
our rounds for news, came across such un
one on Twentieth street, between Washing
ton and Poplar, out of which the doors and
windows have been broken, some of tho
sideboards have rotted off, und what is
worse than all, it is a two story building
and is about to tumble onto its wiuiller
neighbor. If the council will not interest
itself in such buildings the owners should
iustiro than and let lightniug set tire to
thciu, or our good colored puoplo should,
these dark nights, not b fur forget them
selves as to neglect the appearance of tho
city, but should club together and carry
the miserable things off. They have the
support of The Uulletin in this. Who
will make the first move?
Tho trial of the depraved wretches
who were arrested night before last by the
police force of the city, for being bawds of
the very worst character, i.nd frequenting
saloons, which is in direct violation of sev
eral of the city ordinances, was commenced
before Squiro Comings yesterday afternoon.
Shortly after 1 o'clock six officers wt-ut to the
city jail and marched thocutiro gang, nine
in number, down Washington avenue, and
up Eighth street to Squire Comings office,
where the trail was set for 3 o'clock. The
scene iu the court room beggars description.
The Squire was iu his chair behind the ta
ble, around which, sat Chief La Hue,
John McNulty, Rill Scott, City Attorney
William Heudricks, tho prosecutor, and
Georgei W. Hendricks and Alderman D. T.
Linegar for the defense. The latter
were employed by Scott and perhaps
Mr. . It is supposed that Scott
helped to employ the defense because the
prisoners were some of his most profitable
patrons. All arouu 1 the room against the
walls, sat nine of the most degraded speci
mens of hick humanity we ever
saw. They were all chewing
cither wax or tobacco and literally delug
ing the floor around them with a i!e mass
of sticking corruption and filling the air
with obscene remarks and hilarity at their
own disgusting utterances. These wen
accompanied by their male prostitutes, who
by the way. ought to have been in the same
l.xx with them.aiid tfo-y seemed to be couri
oi's of their own innocence ?) and sine of
acquittal. The trial was begun and the de
fense objected to the manner in which the
women were biotigiit into court, which ob-jo-ctiou
was sustained, but the trial went r-n.
It was theu decided that the prisoners be
tried separately aud one of tiii-uiwas called
up. In order to leave no room for a dis
charge the charges brought against
her wen-: "That she was a
bawd, a h-w l woman, a men licant. an
inmate e)f a hou-ieof iil-fann-.of a house of as
signation, of a bawdy-house, frequenting sa
loons e.nd w an lering ou the stn-etiat night."
The case was argued by both sides and the
Squire decid-d that the brazen creature was
guilty of noiie of the charges brought
ugain-t lu. r ami accoidingiy a: quitted her.
The balance of the gang were permitted to
go to their respective deiis to continue their
disreputable bus me. on Mr Scott's word
of honor that they sh"uid be ou hand when
called for, which maybe next Mondavor
some oth-r i lav.
a i.. 'si i.irrn.Ks iikm.wniv. i m, m i.o
!") IS' Tlf B !-'isT..Vrll K AT e Ml'.o. II. ,..
.rxVAfiv 10th. 1 ?o.
Raker. Mary: Rites. AliY: Rird, Mattie;
Rn-iii, Maggie; Coil, C-lia Mrs.; Dunning.
Nellie (J. Mrs.: Green.- Partheca; Harte,
Katie G.; Ilutchiso.u. Cord-!ia D.; Johnson,
Hester; June's, P.irthenr: Ma-on, J-me;
Plato. Eilen; (Juinn, Mo'die; R iiuford. Nin
nie; Ru lley. Jennie; Russi,',!. Jcunie;Siniih.
Maggie; Tayior, Saliy; Thompson. Mary;
Willi i;ns. Hellen; Warth in. M-'liiua.
Armstrong, Felix; Retry. Charles.; Hut-.-: t,
Edwurd; Itrandouburg. Jacob S.; Room,
Jaui'-sR.; Hums, Phillip; Ciar!;. T. P.;
Cooper. Haley & Co.; Chie, William;
Down-. Willinm-2; Frame. David II.; Ford.
Frank: Green, James A.; Grosviner, Geo. :
Hubbard, Rert F.-ii: Hubbard. Gus; Har,
James; Hogaii. I.'uh; Huffiar. T. A.: Holt,
Win. H.: Hazen. Win.; Hennissy, Van;
Howell, W. M.: Johuson, A.C.: Jones. A.
I,.; Jain. Will; Kihn, George; Kelleeu, John;
Kerchalral. Pleansant; Keen, W. It.; Lopp,
Daniel J.; Logan, Edward: Lec, E l.; I.eath.
Lewi-; Moore. J. M.: McRiMc John II. ;
Mcl'eiols. James; Mattingly, William; Ma
honey. T.; Parnii r. Geo. M.: Powell, John;
Riley, A. P.; Rogers Christy ; Richardson.
L.W.: Rouse. W.-2;Stoveali.J. II.: Strain.
Fred.; Shrodrr, ('has. J.: Skillinari. John;
Strawhall. John W.: Shelton, Monten; Scan.
Ian, Thi-s.; Thomas, (!.; Woodward, C. :
Woodwind. J. C. : Wolf. Wm.: Whitcamp.
F.rWard. Will J.
Wisrivi: is l'i-o. i.s!i;i;l tvery person
must be supplied with good boots or shoes.
The place to buy them is at ('. Koch's shoe
store, No. fiO. Commercial uvonue, between
Fifth ami Sixth streets, where you will al
ways find the best o St. Louis and Cincin
nati hatid-made boots and shoes on hand
and sold very low , The public will find it
to their interest to cull and examine prices
and goods before purchasing elsewhere.
Also, always on hand a complete stock of
leather and findings.
OH IM STMAS Afr HAND,
And it linds J. Rl'liGER, the Dry Goods King, fully prepared with a tremendous stock
of Ladies' and Gent's Ties --the laiyesl ever brought to Cairo n most elegant line of
Linen Cuffs and Collar e, Ladies', Misses and Children's Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, Cor
sets, Ruch-siitid the latest styles of Fancy Ribbons, Reuutiftil RIack and Colored Cush
mercs; 100 Cloaks, 1.50 to $10, worth sJM; an elegant line of Dolmans for the lowest
piices. IS'ow is the time to buy your Christmas goods. We do not ndvcilise what we
will not do. Call and examine our slock.
Having dissolved partnership with John
Major, we haveoppiied a shop on Commer.
cial avenue between llth mid 12th street.
All kinds of carriages, buggies, plows and
wagons, also all kinds of edge tools, mill
picks, etc., made to order, und repairing
done promptly mid cheaply. J15 years
practice and experience enables us to guar
aritee all work to give satisfaction. Ruggy
painting and trimming done at prices to
suit tlie.times. Mr. P. Gadbois, the car
riage tutiker, is connected with us and is
always ready to accommodate custonieis,
Moses Tessi cii ic Sons.
OK "Ml ; ( OSDITION
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ALEXANDER COUNTY HA NIC.
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Capital tofk paiil in
We, IV Nell', Vr., Presidi III hud II Well Ca-'i
ler. do solemnly i arth:it tin-above Malem. to i
true lo tin- Ih-m of our kmm ledce and h, e
I'KTtn Skrr, Vice -Pri-nidem.
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in rein! to l-a-hlou In dre. aud ornament th
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source; l,he lusiorlt. I'ih.,. and B-..,. ,
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lie otume if the llz.ir ln-fii) with the ttit
uiiimt for. anuin of eaiu year. When no tnm
i inentiou-d.it will he uiiuer-tixiil that ihe u ,
si:lher ln to i nmm-me lh the, .Niunh.-r n. ,t
af'er she no ipt of t.ruer
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Stnl.: or t Hi. .til
to a'l mhs( fit,, ; . u tH. -
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do-" not viL-eed one dollar per volume) lor T ml
eacti. A complete S.el. i omprWiiir Teh(. y
time. ,-iit on n-t-elpl of ra.uai he Mleol . i". in r
volume, frm.-ht at i ip, n. ,,i pun-tinner.
cloth l a.ea nr cm a vol Miitahle for t,ii,ille. ,
will be sent In iniiil. postpaid, on r-n Ipt of SI oj
H, inilletice iou!il he niaih- hv I'o.l im ,
.M-r.ey Order or Unili. to awild ciiaure ol lo..
N. iker are not to cotiv ll.i- ai. -rtl on.
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Year pi i.
INIH'CICM KN TS Foil is-rn ONLY.
J tf Thirteen Niiinlier of Il.iu-i uV Yoim, -k,,
em will he fiitnl-hed to every venrlv nhi rlhcr In
llAiiwar W kkki.v lorisso; r. y,
l-Koi-i.K und IIaiii-rii'h Wkkio.v will he ni-ui lonnv
I'ddiess lor one your, loininencliiif Willi the flr-'i
Nlimher of IIaiii-kii' Wkkki.y for Januarv, hso
ou rucelpl ol $.'1 no lor Ihe two I'erloilliul. '
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