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CllRO, ILLINOIS. ' WEDNESDAY .MORNING; APRIL 19. 182.
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City Office ru.
Clerklentil. J. Kly.
0jtineelor--Wm. H. Otlhc.t.
Vlaralml-I.. U. Mcyera,
Kim Ward-Peter Su.tp. T. M KImtironirh.
Third Ward P. Ulak, John Vi ood.
"kMUi Ward-T. W. Hal'.ldar. BrnfutB. Patttt.
I'trm1.! JaAgftU. J. Hk.r.
Cir-.u Clerk A. 11. Irvln.
County Judo It. 3 Yocum.
County C'lera S.J. Ilnmni.
Ciiunty Attorney-.!. M. OmnroTi.
('oiiiity Trewiirf-Mil W. Parker,
hheilll' John Hodiiui.
Corouer-K Kli.ornld . .
C,i;intjCnmmlMloni:r-T. VS. lUMday, J. A.
Wlbbd aud I'twr r-aup.
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C rouru7nth atret, S-indy 7:W lioly
Murt.li.iS grayer.; :iwi. m., evening rayera. r.
r. uKUium .,.
?!T.. MISSIONARY AHW ,
y rrearutnir m n .. ... - , Hh' .,
PTHKKAJJ Thlrt-BMith ttruetl frvKM
bath 1 :3i m. : bULday biIjuoI J p. m. UeT.
Ktipiie, pMt .ir.
feun-lty bcnaul.t 4:iop.m. Rev. J. A. Scrruii.
p"(lBYTKK!A -Elfflith flreet: prechU.K on
tt4j. m. lUv B.V.'jwB, palor.
& ml Walnut ; torfln SM'b .
n.x. evry dy l 8 a. m. IU. O'Uara. 1 rlet.
ST. PATRICK S-' Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
i o. in. rvic evory da alb a m. Ret. JiUsUrson
II. n: TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
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WUSU.ST. LUt IS P.M.IKICIfYrO.
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Daily xct:it tiuuday. tUaily.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. 11.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onv Lino Running
0 DAILY TltAINd
" From Cairo,
Making Dikkct Cokotio
Trainii LT Cib:
ri:lfj iv m. Mftll.
ArrWInelnflt. l.oU 9: a.m. i Chicago. H:Sftn.in.i
Cu ! l Odin d Kth.iihn.iu hr Ito
iikii, LoulnvillB. ludlaiiapoln and P"tt El",t-
11:10 a.m. Ht. Louis and Wfitwn
Arrlvlnit1nr5l.I."til7:05p. m., ui connecting
for all point Went.
P-. ',u,t I,"xI1,"!,
nr St. Loui. aud Chlcan... arrlnuK at St. Loula
10:40 p.m., and ChlcKi m
4:UO p in. Citjnlnwxtt Kxproin.
Arriving at Cincinnati T-.m o m.i ,V'",',I,;.T;h2?
a.m.; ndlanaj...lla 4:(i .m "r,"??."; '.
th train rrarh th. ahevo t".lut 1 t J
HOURS In advaucu of any other rotilo.
Ifr-Tho t:3n p. m. cxi.r.Hia hi' Pl"'''NA:j
klKKPINWCAII Cairo lo CUiclonatl, UhOMt
Chan"!a! and throuKh .lu,et. to St. touls and
Fast Timo Kawt.
1 ,n,Mtu h thin lint (toihroimh to F.b1.
1 USSCHSJPrS rrn polnls wUhont ny d-lny
caiiaon hy Hiindny InlorvMnlniJ. Tho Htiturduv aft bp
m,..n trnfn from Cairo arrive, lu now Yo'U Monday
nornluK t 1::. Thirty-all houri In advance nl
VKoVlh'roliKh tlckBtn and rurthnr Information,
apVwt llllmtl CVutral Rallroa-I H.'Pot, Cairo,
i Ah JOlIN!0N, J. II. JONBS,
ka' oun sonthcrn Acnl. TlcK..t Aonl.
A.n. HANSON. ln. I'a. Agntit. Cltlr.aao
QKOUGE II. I-KACII, M. D
lliVBioian and Surgeon.
Siicrltil ntM.Mtlnn pa rt tollm Hnmi-flimljilc Irciit'
' oml'cfoli' Hih .Irwti.orp.H'Hd ike INt Offlco,
JJU. W. C JOCFLYN, .
D K NTIBT.
OPPlCB-KlifhtH Hlrcnt. nrar Comi firh! AT.ntui
QU. E. W7WIHTL0CK,
Omo-Nn. MS OotnmorcUl Ayoouo, botvmon
(i W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on nana
At Sevputy-flve cents per load.
At ouc dollar per load.
Thn "trlmnilri(;p"ar coame dhiiv'.nKa and rr.tikii
thcticat anmnivr wood fur cooking purpo a :)
s tho chet ver o)d In Cairo. Kor hlnck
mllh'a uee Inactttni; llre. they ur nnequalicd
Lisav. yuor nrrtiTx at thu Tenth Plreot woml vard
b 2 T
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fiAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
(it. and f i;r M.itirtaT. June 7th. and nn'l) lrthcr
r.oUre tecfenyhoat wlllmak trlp a fuiloae:
'.IIATPt LIJ1VXN LKATia
fool fourth at Moiiri Land g. Kcntnrky Ld g.
f.t . m.
:'1 p. ra
4:"; p. ra
? n m
& : a. m.
4:3fl p. in.
U a. m.
11 a. ci.
I p c
5;00 p. in.
A Now and ronpie!" II tnl. f-n.-.tln; on Luyop
rcro.Hi Him ittii iriimi dirt'cm,
Th- Paan-nccr I wit l tiic Chicii'.-o. St. Lnnl
nu1' .lew Orli-inx: Ilili'.ul (Ynjril; w n!nh. St.
I .i-.ii I. mid purine; I...U Mountain iitul S-nllicrn.
-V.nb 1" and Ohio; nir and M. I.oiiia U.tinvavii
arc all Jiil acrnf" flin "In-ot: wl.Hn Ihc Sivaiubnul
l,n'i. ir l I n t oiu a .nun- it'innt
Tln ll'.tol l ln t''d hy Kt.-am. tin t-"am
I.nnndry. Il.v.lranllr Klpvnli.r, Kin Irir CmII Hc'U
AiU'imtitir. Firu-Alurinit. Ilntha. n'mn'tit' ly pure air,
portent aewflrac." kii.1 inmiilcti) apixiliiltiii'tita.
Siii..t1i fnrMHlilua; perfect nvrvicu; aud an tin
9xc llud Utile .
1i. I'. PAUKKIt .V CO.J.iPKKPcii
II A NIC.
Conimorcial Avenuo nii'l K'lrlith Street,
V. ll'toss, Prc'Kli'nt. I P. N FIT. Ylco Prc nl
II. WKI.Lfi, CiiKhlur. I T. J. Keith, Ak'! citsh
V, IlroM Cu'rn wilMiiin Mttte. .Cairo
Pen-rNi'if " l w ii i in m mi.,,,
c. M (itcr1oH i'. TftlUsr "
K. A Under " I n. wiii
J. Y. CIcM'Hi, Cnkdo.ila.
AOKRItAMI.VNIUNO IIJ.'S1SKS DONfi.
Kxalianifti co'd hihI hoiiiciit, Inlorutt palrt In
tlniSiivlnira IVparimuiit. ('oller.iloua mudu and
all btialuuaa pr.iiuptly uttuuJed to.
NEW YORK 8T0RE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest . Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
C. O. PAT1KU Ac CO.,
Oor,Nlnulniinllilrii'tl riMl'fi 111
HIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
' 71 OUIO LEVEE
A General Uankin? Ijiisincns
TIIOS. -XV . KALI.IDAV,
pNTEUPUISE SAVING HANK.
Cf Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
Til OS. AV. IIAIJ.IDAV,
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT'8 PATENT
Wliolesalo Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEI.t
pf:ia:D FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads u Sjeoialtv:
Cor. Twelfth Street and LeVee,
STt'VBH AUD TINWAKK.
ALL SORTS. SIZES AND STYLE
DA VI DSOM'
McnKfncturer ol nnd Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SIIErT-IRON WARE
AM. KTNI) OF JOB WORK UONK TO OIU;Klt
NO. 27 EIOnTR STREET,
On.iro, - Illinois
MILL Nt) COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
niffhest PnHh Prlee Piild for Wheat.
Hiiila of Illlnnla. I Circuit conrt of Ale-
County of Aluxamlur I oVrc'onnty.
liiici-niliit HpBclal . rrm, A. D. 1S81.
JiiiiiiH il. Mulcahoy.
Ambroan Elklim, Ik-luha Klkipa and Qoorgc
Hill In ChnilPiTV In Puree' oao MnrtcaB".
Phleio niillu.i t lirrVhy irlviin, Unit. In ur-ninnco
of a ilecnm Hindu nnd onli'ri'd hy an id court l:i
thu abiiv oniltli!(l'Ciuis on thn Hih dny of Muoiim
her, A. lit 1SHI, 1 Aluxanili'r II. Irvln, imit;r In
clmnciiiy of Urn kiiUI circuit cnitrt will,
on Tui'Kilny. ih" n'cond day nf May iss, at llio
twiiir iff 11 ti.,.I.U In lit. ti.rtmtton. at tint annlh-
wuatdily tl of of thu court hoiii, In Ih.i city of
Cairo, comnviif Ainxatin.'f anil hinio or niinnn,
ell Btptltille Hlimloui l Ihu hlitlii'Ht blddiTv fiT
ciuh, all nnd auiKiHitr. thu .folio Ina di.Kcrli l
prunilHim and r'i.l tf'tnlfl In nald d.'cri-o miintl'inoilv
vltuatu In Ihiiconnlv of Alnxamlrr and hih!" or
llluioia. or no numb tlicri'of n fhnli b. aufllrli'iit IJ
da'Nrv mild decree, lo-wlti Piirt of Ihu "'"in
lialTof tho horihwoat unifier of aecllon l'lve (t In
lownKblp Mxt ell (I'll aoutli, nnd In rm.Ru Two (8)
wn.tof oflliMtlilnl prlnripln mend nn cuniiilnliin
forty-flvt) and lUty, onu btindredlh aorea, nuiru or
.. April MH.IM. n n(Vl
Mnhler In Chancery of llio Circuit Court of Alux
auilerCo'itiiy. Linn T. LiNitiMH. CeiuptttlHMul'i Bolkltot .
A Cftlr.i In tramU)at circles prcvailod
ytintertliiy. Wcuthor wtirui uud fuvuriblu
WuanundeML'dto Mr. Sum Orr, wharf
uniktcr fur lavor relating to the arrival and
duparturu of 8ti:imcr3.
The Carrier for St. Louis ia dim early this
morning. Cttpt. Alex McCoiuicl comuiar.ds
uii'l Harry Rrowu cliicf cluik.
The Vint Shinklo for Mcniphis this
mnrnhig is dins. PitHSnr','.;rs going to Mem
phis or in that direction will find thu
Shinklu a pleasant boat to travel on and,
when it conies tr clever officers, she tkoa
the' cake. G. V. Thompson commands,
mid CtJ. 0. D. Moore, with Ida g.niid
countenance, illunnnatua the olfieo.
The Clias. Morgan for New Orleans.
Sline, muster, Frank Ellitton, "Ruight of
t'io Quill, bosclerk."
Capt. Ad Graham and Mr. Perry Kryant
of Prtducuh arrived lust evening on Sir.
Gua Fowler. They tamo down for tho
purpose of examining tho Juuiua Morgan,
transfer steamer. Capt. Graham has
charge of the marine ways at Padueah, and
gays tho ways there are now in condition to
receive any steamer that lloats tho western
A regular April shower tell last niht
uith a slight wind accompanying.
River at this point rising with uj'i'eet 2
tenths by the guige.
The Rdcing Reuben Ryncs ia coming.
Get out your "grips'' and register if you
want to go up the Ohio iu good style.
Duu't forget the Jus. W. Gaff and her
round trip excursion tickets only $12.00
with meals included while in port at Cin
cinnati, which is cheaper than -atajing at
We to ik a short trip on the Three States
yesti.-rd.iy aud met Frank Cass'.dy, en
gineer. Frank is an old Kentucky hoy
and is not only a competent man for tho
position he fills, but a ' jolly good fellow."
Mr. F. Mo.Inthe, chief clerk of the
ill-fnled Golden City is now at Memphis
where he wUl endeavor to recover the
bodies of the passengers and crew who
were lost by thu burning of this boat. Yc
will, in a few days, rcp'Ut with what suc
cess he nietiu Mis humane t'tideuvors.
The, Si.verthorn is due to night from
New Madrid. She will leave nn her re
turn trip to-iu .rrow afternoon. We formed
the acquaintance of L"in Hill, her gentle
manly first clerk and fouud him to be tx
The Gas Fowler is doing a big passen
Cer hibhus.s, which she is entitled to as
she is prompt, fast, aud herofll iers are nil
clever and hospitable.
Padueah is well represented in Cairo
with steamboat engiuceis.
. II eg! it, the wori.l navigator, and com
mamler of the Palatial Guiding Star, "ar
rived htst evening nt 5:30. Sho received
seversl hundred tons of freight here and
departed this morning. She hails from
Cincinnati and her destination is Louis
iana's Metropolitan city New Orleans.
Tho Ui ight Light, in tho words f that
popular ballad, will report here from St.
Louis for P.ttsburgli "In the Morning."
River falling at St. Louis with 2i feet 0
indies by tho guagc.
Thi Anchor Liuo Steamer City of Provi
dence is due this evening for Memphis and
The John A Scudder for New Orleans
with head and tail up will report for New
Orleans to-morrow evening.
The City of Greenville from below is
due this eveuing for St. Louis.
Hen. IIcz'cp a veteran steamboat en
gineer is now solidly installed on rnc of
ihe transfer boats. Hen kuows how to
bile water, r.r.d stands high in his occupa
lic.n. Wnrm and Cold Bntbs.
Tho physiological ell'eels of wnrm nnd
cold baths nro thus noted by n writer in
nn English medical juiirnul: Wvrin
biilhs produce nn clleet upon tho skin
directly ooiitrnrytothat which is brought
about 'by cold writer. Tho culiuieous
te.sel;? d'ihile imiiirdiatidv under tlio in
llneiice of tho h(!nt, ami, although tho
dilution Is followed by a contraction, this
contraction I. seldom excessive, nnd
the tillimalo result of n warm bulb is to
Increase tho cutaneous cireuhitlon. Tho
ji'tilse find respirution tiro" both tpiickcn
lu tho cofd bath. Tho warnf hnth in-
crenst's the tciiipenituru of llnr body,
find, by lessening tho necessity for thu
Internal product ioMf beat, it decreases
tho call. which is tvldi) upon certain of
the Til nl processes, ami enables life lo
no Misiaincit with less expomiituro ana
ii eold bath causes a certain
rttlU'ne.i.n of the muscle if continued too
long, n warm bath relieves stiffness mid
fntiguo. Tho final effect of both hot nnd
eild baths, if their temperature be mod
ernte, fif the same, tho dltl'ereneo being,
to Use the words of Uniifn, that 'cold
refreslieu by sliimiTtitin the functions,,
bent by phvsletvlly fueililuling tjem,"i
and in this llestho'linportaut dilVeronees ,
Viet weed the cold xVntuv' svslem ftiul tliti
tboriuaV niodo ot trcutmeti . 1 T " .
A honso wilhoiit, Itfidk'M i n. ebi'i'i-les
bhief, and speaks unfavorably of tho
iiMuutes. Men are not iii'ciistonn-d to
buv books unless thev want thoni. If. on
visiting tho dwelling iif ;i mini of .slen
der unpins, we nnd that ho content. him
celf with cheap carpets, and very plain
furniture, in order that he may purchase.
books, he rises at once In our esteem.
Rooks are not made for furniture, but
there Is notion!? rise that so beaiitifullv
furnishes a house. Thu plainest row of
hooks that cloth or paper ever cover, is
more signilieant of relineniciit than tho
most elaborately curved cMicre or side
board. (ive us a house furnished with
hook r.'itlnr tmii .'osllv fni'i ill lire. l!ol li. '
if you can, but boks nt any rate. To
spend several days in a friend's house,
and hunger for something to read, while
you uro treading ou costly carpets, nnd
sitting upon luxurious chairs, and sleep
ing upon down, is ns if one were brib
ing ymir body for the sake of cheating
your mind. For tho love of know ledge!
comes wilb reading and grows upon it.
i wa -
Production cf Sr. jar arjd Molasses.
The latest census bulletin gives some
interesting facts as to the sugar cano
production of the United States in 1871).
Th" production if sugar reached l.W.OOO
hogsheads, and of nioliisses noarJy 17,-
(w,''ii gullons. This is ti remarkable
increase' over the amount reported in
lMr-.f, when r!7,'M) hogsheads of sugar
and C.ooO.Oi ii) gallons of molasses were
produced: but the present yield dor's not
compare so favorably with that returned
bv the eVfusus of lfjlit), which was
()(.)!) hogsheads of sugar and lVMi.OOi)
gallons Of molasses. The bulk, both of
sugar and molasses, is tho production of
Louisiana. Ju use present census returns
this Slate is credited with nearly 11, (100,-
(iijO gallons of molasses nnd more- than
ll.oi'O hogsheads of sii.car. Its pro
duction of the former article has nearly
trebled since 170, and of tho latter
more than doubled.
A number of critics charge RlintlTom
with playing in a mechanical manner,
ia a sort of iiu-tommy-ton, ns it wore.
"And jihat wu I ve want irb anianns
Patrick for," said .Sirs. MrGlone. -Vo
nivcr cud tliru-,t him out uf ycr sight, ou
li.ss ye was u id Idm."
When a man's chestnut curls begin to
I urn gray, it means that, he is -V) years
old. Rut when they begin to I urn idaek
that means he is GO.
Physicians are at a loss how to relievo
a New York man who has swallowed a
tack. Strangi! they did not think to put
a claw-hammer coat on hint.
A Philadelphia coal dealer roeently
received from a prominent shoddyito,
who had been to Europe, an order for
live tons of coal delivered a In enrte.
A homely but sensible Philade'phia
girl, who never wore a big hat nt Ujo
theater, has been married tine.! times,
nnd on each occasion married rich.
A priest asked a condemned criminal
in a jail: "What kind of a conscience
have you?" "Jt's ns good as new," re
plied the prisoner, ''fori have never used
A Wisconsin woman who was lost iu
the woods for lliree days says she didn't
stiller so very much, but was greatly an
noyed by her absence of mind in not
bringing along a small looking-glass.
(iirls should be .careful how they are
vaccinated with virus taken from a lov
ers' s arm. One al St. Paul has taken to
Swearing, sitting cross-logged and smok
ing: a brier-root pipe.
Last summer the people of Greenville,
Miss., had to haul water from the river
at a cost of '.) cents a barrel. Now llio
inhabitants nro compelled to crawl out
on the housetops iu order to keep dry.
Three years ago a linn in Texas in
vested !s';!.l.( n Kj iu cattle; a few weeks
ngo his stock and its increase was sold
nt 'r'lo per head, and tho s:uU amounted
to more than SIR), (Ml1).
Twenty-five dollars will purchase: all
the materials needed for a y otitiglndy to
go into plaipio painting, and if sho Jum
any talent at all somu of the plaques
cail he warranted to scare a cat to death
The discovery of coiilin Winston Co.,
Mississippi, is creating some excite
ment. A correspondent of The, Mucun
Sun says he knows that il extends I wen
ty miles in ono direction, and is liftuen
miles in width.
The nystcrmcn of Oyster bay, L.
claim that they hold their lisbing rights
tinder a patent or grant issued lo tho
town by (Jueeii Anne, and that the New
York fegislature has no right to inter
fere with them.
Tho Si. Paul Plonrcr 7Vc? calls Fari
bault the "Eton of Minnesota." Itislho
scat of three, or four schools, under the
patronage of the Episcopal Church,
which i-land very high iu ability and
Wooden shoes are worn in I ho North
west and enough of them nro sold tcr
keep a large manufactory goingal Green
May. Thev nre cut out of green bass,
wood, smoked ami dried like hams, and
sold at JJj cents a pair.
General JL II. Sibley has given J2.000V
and ex-Senator Alexander Ramsey and
E. Yt Drake i?l,0(K) each,' toward a fund
to erect ft lire-proof building fop the
use of tho St. Paul (Miun.) Historical
The wife of Colonel R. G. Ingorsoll Is
described as strikingly hruidsoiuo, with,
clear-cut, strong face, ft fpilek smile,
Hashing' eye's, nnd smooth black' hair.
fShe is one of the liueel looking women
A tipsy Uostonfan who was arrested
vhili) making vain. efforts to clutch nt n
barber' d pole, exclaimed, lis the poller,
man drifted him in the direction of the
sliUion-hoii.-oi "Strand!, 1 never saw'r
'rora borcalMi'u near beforo.''
"I tell you,", continued Pingr'c-,
"Ib'ovyn Isn't lit for tho place. In fact,
I don't know of a place that lie is calcu
lated to lill.'' "Don't bo Intemperate in
your remark, Pingrey," vaid Fogg; "you
forget his- KlouiUoV . ' .
A fl'an accompanied by nh undertaker .
was seen entering a Washington news , ...
paper office, the other day. It Is sup
posed the man's' business was to "de
mand satisfaction and tho undertaker's
to take his measure; .
There is a pair of large white-headed .
eagles that have made their homo in rc
grove called "Small (Jains," in the vil
lage of Hampton, N. II. . They have bo-
como quite bold, and when lighted on
the meadow near, lit search of food," (lo
not appear disturbed when teams pass
along the road a few rods from them.
A lady in l'rostburg, Mil, tho other
(lay, washed her son's mouth with soar)
because ho swore. A few days after :
she found him in tho yard with his
mouth and face full of saids. Peering
through the foam, he said: "Swore aheap
of times to-day, manima: . getting thoni
ull out now."
In Duval coiinty, Florida, dwells ft
pokgaruist with lliree wives. A nogrd
deemed it. a duty to prosecute lilm, and,
after gathering ihe icipiisite proof, start
ed for the court-house to make a com
plaint. He had gone only a few , miles'
when the polygamous husband overtook
and shot him. . -
A law of the United States,' known ns
No. S, 111 Revised Statutes, will make it
lively for anyone who fancies lid can fill
up the holes in a punched coin for Hid
purpose of passing it oil' on his unsus-..
peeling neighbor. The penally is $;3,0(XJ
or imprisonment for live years, at Hid
discretion of the court or both.
At a dinner the other evening, fust as
an inspired young man bad commenced
a poem with" "1 stood before the tomb
of Ferdinand inthesunnyland of Spain,"
a sober-faced individual' suddenly start
ed into life and inquired "Street and
number?" and then subsided for tlie read
of tho evening;
I logo, on trial for his life at Rellefon
taino, Ohio, was a handsome fellow, and
women of the plaee made much of him,
crowding round him in the court room;
piling bis table with flowers, and some
of them, though only slight acquaint
ances, kissing him when a verdict of ac
quittal was" rendered.
A young man went lo a barber's shop
to be shaved. It was the first time that
any other hand than his had performed
that operation, and he had allowed his
beard to grow for a week in order to ap
pear as if ho needed shaving. He sat
dow n iu the chair. Tho barber pass
ed his hand slightly over his cheek nnd
said: "Miaved once to-day sir, haven't
President Naae Kline, of the Window
Glass Makers' association, says there
was never a greater demand for Ameri
can window glass, nnd the trade was
never iii bettercondition. IIo estimates
tho manufacturing capacity of the fac
tories in the United .Slates' at about 2,
OuOitXiO boxes, and expects the demand .
this year will reach U.OOO.OOO, a largo
amount of which will ho exported.
A contest lias arisen between the heirs
of the le.te Augustus Rrown of Roches
ter, N. Y., and his tulministralrix. It
is claimed by the heirs that the adminis
tratrix is their debtor to the amount of
)i),000. The report of the referee ma kesr
the indebtedness !f'i'7j.ti."i. . The easo
is likely to occupy the attention of tho
courts for some ears lo come. Tho ac
count mnounts to sloO.OOO.
A Dooly County, Ga., man, while cross
ing Flint' River iilono inn small boat,
was attacked by all alligator. Determ
ining to test the belief that ait alligator,
will touch nothing white, ho pulled off
his outer clothes, jumped into the river ,
and swam r.hore. lie li.shed his panta
loons out with a pole, but bad to let
'coat; ve-t and Iiat go.
Our southern coast is becoming noteit,
for being the best whaling grounds of
the whole country. Nearly every week
the fishermen along tho "Georgia- and
South Carolina, coast capture one or'
more of these monsters. Recently a
whale-boat, from the whaling schooner'
Lottie . Cook, attacked ni large whahV
olT Ray Point, hear Port Royal. Tho
whale cut the boat in half, sinking if
immediately; The men were picked up'
by a passing pilot boat and brought bf
Port Royal.' They had fastened tkreu
harpoons in it, but it escaped;
. ' '
In the winter of "A, tvcntr-o!gh(f
years ago, Dr. W. C. Avery, of Greens-'
born, Ala., while hunting. 'lost his gold v
watch, a hunting case English lever.
This wnlch was returned to him one day
last week by a colored man, who found
It on that day, about one mile from the
house, In the woods. The watch is iu
good condition nnd, considering tho"
length of lime it has been exposed to the?
weather, is comparatively bright. It wa
identified by the 'initials of tho owner,
engraved on the outside of tho Caso.
Wise is lie who drink beer unnrlnHr,-'
Budwelacr is ho who lets it alone SiCat
What Alls Yon? ;
Unless tho food is properly" pxftpa'red In'
tho stomach it becomes corrupt i nd poisons'
Ihe sybtcm it U intended to mmrih. Dys
pepsia and its' iircotripnmmcnU nfe hail
ncss and dftirmi'in et Spirits. Sufferers'
with dyspepsia, experience' a rapid dud per
manent euro by the (mo of Simmons Llvef'
ReejihitLT, It Is purely vegetable and;
plonsmt t'Tthetnste, A luilf-fidili'upooiifft'l .
of the Regulator, taken after eating, ensures1
ATT.CIIMKST KdTICK.; ;' " ' '
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STATU or u.LiNoii, 1 . m uio, , aiuxi
Sat. rmtnW clrrnri oenrr,
Al.KXA MT.fn CftCVTT, J May term, A. 0. 1S4.
. - tohn Blshoji i.ialutllf. ...
V. If. .THrfieann and P. 11 . Rm'tb, flrrt of Brolll) &
Jatnnann-ilvtamlnni. In atrachiTiaiil. ,"
Notl. v in hurebv rnvu Hint a ault by tm'hiil''ii t
Iiiih lieen ( omnu iii i'd Inrnlil court fn f.vor (( lli
ahnva n.Amed iiliOnilll', a!'Hit thu ratatw of fithl
dttfeiiilatnn. fur llio nun of two hundred ami Alt)'
(ii iij-llni iiollii. tl,t (. nira, ii t, 1 met
dfknriiint Khill n. iar on il- Brut day of tlir
lurm of ailu court, ir, ho hol.li-u at rtic nunt. hnnac
In Cairo, mi tlm iduluh ly of .May, A. Dv IsSJ. anil
glv hail mid I'lciifim rodulroil by law, Ju.DimorH'
will bu wntrrod ai;ailir( them, auj lhaptaiu . af
tarhmil mlil. r Al.KX.U. lllVIX, C1ji !. ,
Cairo, illluola", Anrll 19. tW9v. ' " ' ,
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