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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THin.SDAY MOKMNG, .1ANUAKY
popular r,.n,.lv ..r t'.uiH. V"!;. tfi
at.i.ii.'..i.il all ibriwi :'1 UU" !"'". Hu
hr"n ... It h.ir c.Tinrv. Povt..'. "";.
": "It mud my to i lilMt. n fr.iu ibe i:ravc.
i - i 4ii.... .if Italtliiiore. Mil.. n1 "! ' U
wUon'lti''rriMiu'h ImtnullKti-ly.'' kX"r
lor e:rcul-. K K. 4, I o., )'rprU'l.ir,
tltnbtirt;, l'. liardt.y bro., AfWt, Chint.
lEATIl DEFEATED." ; '
b it,. i .laiKlMrrt remedy for l.lver onuiaiut.
!-tivein. hkk lli-adieli, l'alu In Sliuulrtrnt or
Jtark. l)itUit'M, Coated Toinrue. Kever and Airue,
tad (ii iiiraM rinii:i! from a deraupi'd ptiiif ol inc
tim or stomach. Thorn- Adam-, of Big nly.
JKv.rar: 'Seller' 1111- have -sved hundrmla of
lli'lii ilxctiirn' lr.U in M country. ';
Holler A e ., iTourletor-, 1'Ut-l.trp, In. Kutrlhy
Una . Aea lit-. Cairo.
fjpIIE CHEAT ULOOl) TOXIC
Portl t-f lt tllRM-n fcri!up from
i t r... I.i.,l....-.niii ii Till Kin'nutllfBlllL' iru
.-ItAl orumiM. Are you k. r-'rvnua. d-kllll d.
lav til!! lost vonr aill III'''
J S.t. yon natitwa. plu In ih l'' k. Acr If . I".
. ' . a., a . . fc ..... Ml iWlu.. mi f th H
.r ,., ihn h luim ni iicm u. "itwiin.
kills, Krr-lpWi-. Teller, sail nueniu. .. .ij .....
rtar lidlriitlon of Mood Dl-ca-e: aiid Dr. Llnd
ej' Wood Searcher, by purifylni! -he -y-teui -oft.
m tb -kin nd b utlfluji tbd couiplMtk. Sold
y U dmtr -I"'', ft un n'rl)ottlfl. K fc. rllW.
rlrituf, 1'illoburg. l'. Harcly Brw., Agent
jy II. MAREAN, M. 1).,
'j Homeopathic l'hjsiclan and Surgeon.
oe 1.10 il'oii)mrcliil vnne. Konldeix- rormr
ronrtitnth Kt. and VUuton , Cairo.
r R. SMITH, M. D.
Olllce ami KeiJnw :
). SJ THIRTEKXTH STKKET. CAUX lM-
U. E. W. WH1TLOCK,
irriut So. ISO Coinmdil Aveuic. Mw-en
iithaud hlutt bi n-ru
,K., W. 0. JOCELYN',
ICE Elpbtk Strfi-t, LcurCommc riiil Ax-rnur.
'FlCR-utlo ti v o. In t. Fottnli arl MMh ,
SEGAR A; LANSDEX,
nCE So. ll Ciiuitafirial Avnn-.
Fivti.ili, tliu MtH-rintenlt.'iitit'iif tin: Iiriil'.'c Although tin uu.ti U-m n ia:i)k
dcpartinriit of I In ro-nl, i mN i i'"-' J f musini'iire, tin- , l mtj will-
city. in1,' itini tii:i'lc it tipji'' .! V was
-'Fin n' ii a man in tin' iVturtlt. ; sl sully ulH"'il wnmnti. 'ain i.f'.i'il
war', not ytt I'm yi'urs of fty'. who is tin j 1 1 i:l L w l 'lajipcil h"r t h for hrr,
father of twelve t liil.lrcn. I If wa. iiwrriiMl . i,nt as t)Ht ll.f tttr'r:'.vr.tit-i whh ypvnt.
soni' tl;ii) over twenty y.m ag t the tij?' j His atiiMbli spore lml 'worr. l.c aiI, hy
of wxtet-p. i all tin: pnlv at ine', thnt -he wouia chop
Mr. William Wet' l wai in t'airoyi s- j his hf.l oti'.the liit tita '..ullt hi ll
tcnlav.' He is a witMs in the eu-e of j anleeji, anil for thi aiel otle r tlin-uts, he
Xeiin'iner vs. I.utz & S-htiler, whieh in- j UxeJ hi-r ears for her. ' Tin- testimony
volve tlm title to the Mouml City hivwi iy vvnn tH vtMiti urtitiiHt tho Luvt.antl, )uw
aivl ii'ljai out reMtlence pwpertj. ev r, anil he was fmeil live lo!l:.r ami costs.
Tli tollinj? of the Delta City Ih'II, yes- j Wli the liurfs are uS.V',V-?',,l al
tcrJiiy, was not, is many supposed, lieeaiise iK)teil up it will Ik; found that the ihmuirn
of the ihath of a nieniUr of the company; j, xvrouht ly the i.c.'in the ihM'.u tion and
hut heeane u workman was aitjusiinjjsome. ii,lrv. f t,.limiiints kw 'm I f.. tU)fts
ncwatt-ehnn-nt and was tryint,' the clfeet uni ,flp;r c;iro.K'( will, iu the Otro rlvtr
The ire was stiil running very heavily
yesterday evening, l'Ut as it was reorted
learnt JVdueali, we shall probably have a
clear river this morning. The rurn-nt was
quite rapid nud hniuyhr the iee iin-ctly
against the Illinois shore.
TIip telegraphic announrenn nt in the
LouisviUe Courier-Journal of Monday, that
flr: had destroyed thnxj two-atorp brick
building in I'niou block, of thi oily, is
evidi'iitly a misapplication date line to
matt-r. The dispatch wars luot likrly,
sent frot.i Canni, or Cairo. Mo.
Mr. El. L. .McD.wvll, a;stiiii; at the
Eveiyn ipyer entirtainmnt, i one of St.
Louis' llnest eliK'uti-'t i-ts. l"H)ii this oi'-
ulone, approximat' tAJ millions m ilo:Urs.
Evidence of the rain wrought within a
sliort distance of Cairo was seen at hort in
tervals, yesterday, in the sinken and t:un
ajred barges und f.aiboats, thit h ;rried by
the city in the floating ice. As many an
ten tirtwtdve verU of the rharucter iu li--ated,
pasM.-d the city during tho tweuty
hours ending ycsfnlity evi-uln.
Jo'b Kenivdy is ttvii'h river, to bis
cups, and nearly always takes two or three
drinks as soon as possible afi-r uiw ou ring
that he has too murh. He wa U fon'.lndtre
Uinl, yesterday, to answer to a ehur;e of
dninkeuiicss. The day previous he took
on a biirer caro tiiaii he i uid Currv. and
!?TI t -
then added full purt on Sep of tli:.t. As
casion, as shown by ih- advaine pro- i a nu!t he was about the dniLkcst man
grammes, he will give r-xiutions in char
acter, Immonnis and dialect, togetluT with
extracts from ShakesBeure. He stands
high in the dramatic world.
A stranger, named Iise fltirtin. who
claimed a residence in M.woutah, lliinojs.
died at Mini's Point, Missouri, a few days
ao, and leaving no efTi-eto to jmy for hi-, bur
ial, the employes of the I. M. K. K. at that
point, give the body rfspx tabie burial at
their own expense, which was a very chari
table and humane proceeding.
Writing one day for the reader of the
next day, it is quite difficult 'to avoid a
confusion of one's "yesterdar." What is
"yesterday" to the writer of . to-day, will
be "day I fore yesterday" to the render of
ever carted to the calabisise. He is nt a
vicious, or disorderly man. but he get so
terribly, o inexcusably drunk that tho
Judge thought it liest to -ve him a term
of confinement of suffleient length to nn
pletely ler him. H" w'ts. therefnre, sent
over for thirteen da. in lieu of the ciiih
payue-nt f a judgment against h'm for thir
A cripple, named llrown, w:.s brought
into the puliee court, yesterday, to plead to
a charge of drunkenness. He had come
from Chicago, when- the people were uot
sticklers for sobriety in the up.b m irrent
population, and urged, therefnre, that his
offence wa w ithout tie' eleim nt of inten
tion. Being, as we have said. i. cripple
instructive kind, and sceh . th" most
learned among the audience were t'.e wiser
for le niliig.
jam UiY TKrt'i, 18T0. iion, it. vom.
THUIK OA V.
Telition of llilcn Hnan allowtd andh't
tersissucl appointing lur exccutiixwilhout
bond of lust ill and testament ,,f .Mieh.i' l
llugiiu, di c'd.
Wat rant iucd appdntiug Richard Fitz
gerald, Thomas Meel.ar and Thomas Ko.ry
apprais 'i ();' the esut- ,,t Michael l rgan.
Fina.! tvporl of RdIutI Russell guardian
of Sarah K. Russell examined, approved
and guanli.i'n discharged.
Report of Adolnh Swo'ioda guardian of
Annie A man examined and approved.
On petition of E. Rro.-s surviving partner
of Fred M, Storkneth decM, warrant is
sued to John II. liossnian, ( has. O. I'atier
and Phil. W. Barclay to appraise partner
Claim of J.M. Kinmear for $N .V) vs.
estate of IVrry Powers allowed as 7th class
to he paid in course of administration.
Sale bill in estate of (J. W. Sh-nt dv'd
returned into court and approved.
Report ot Thomas Martin trutirdiun of
minor heirs of (I. 15. Parker deu'd examined
Court adjourned uu'i! Tlmr-lny, July
I'lKK.VIX I Rl'liKroKE.
)M CEISTIX DI1CG STn )IK.
CO K. COMMEKCJAJ- A V. AN 1 1 :iO IT1 :i :N'H I ST..
GEO. E. (VHAKA, Proprietor,
I- .:)).'.li'd Willi a fi.ll atock uf Vyth nrugf , .Mcilicliifs ma'. ( hi mliu." of i.liiiw.Utd jituliy.
.'..ru'I'iO't Soap, Trrfi.inKnr, Krihfc, anil I. Yv'.'. Liti:wf uil llie iH.pular I'alrut l iuillv
iC rl cday.
"lp-eial Ore niiil.Attrntlou f ben to the eiiiiiiiuiidiiieiil ilijiciiOi' in i rlition.
H Y received ui Tkk P-cltmi.- orlloe:
;'0 l',"uu:s extrlk li ay letter hcr-ds.
HO noto .1
thousand 14 ami 1C lb bill bds:.
'2') KeuuiH Btatements.
lo Reama bills lading.
A large lot of liuer letter and note
30 thousand XX while and umber en
velopes, lit quality, for the Cairo trade.
Dissolution Notice The f.rtn of 0.
Hay. horn & Co. is this day diasolved. I!,
F. Levingston retires. O. Hay thorn will
continue the business, collect all monies
due the firm, pay all debts, and sign the
firm name in settlement.
R. F. Levimisto.n.
(J A I HO cm FEU11YC0.
KJh'Klt Y IIOAT
THREE HfeJ STATES.
Pool Konrth :
s a. m.
10 n. in.
Mlnrotul LiUdV- K. i.unky W;-
n. m. a. ni.
lie u a. m. 11 it. m.
i:1 u. ai. X, p. in.
::m iia. 5 p.m.
" ilNKKAL Af.KNTS OK KXI'KKIKXCV.
vl anti'cl itMiiiiliHtrlv n i ,r 'mint nnd sta"
for tii "CLIMAX" i Lifl lll.s W'ltlM.KIi. A lar.-
Tbu I'hli'tu.'" T)un- nt: "If lonomv I- ; u...
IE PAILY BULLETIN.
iC'IAL PAl'F.K I'l' AI.EXAMIKR COVXl V.
3Irniiiff Daily in Snullicrn Illinois'.
aroauthoruwi U ai.noiinN! 'In name f At
CowtswuctaraLdldateforClty Trvcfurtr at
are aihorUrd to aDimubfr tbc ram of Wai.
. rlHisTot i. a eanuidate for tii office of C liy
Jr. at the fcouiiicrlierur riectloii.
we autliorl."t to anr.ouuce W. K. S -Ht kr.1,1
,ndii!ai for I It y Cirri at the appiouibinj
to-morrow. A little inattention t this and a stranger, and hw drunk Using of the
matter lniAed a couple ut items in voter-! ni'vh rate tye, he was, at the suggestion of
day's Bulletin, twenty four houridiead.
The wharf-lwats were not returned to
their moorings, yesterday morning, as we
expected they would be, and it was well
the officer who arrested him, permitted, as
the lawyers are wont to y, to "go hence
without day." There is nothing in the
words that warrants the meaning attached
for them they were not. It wnuld have been l" them, but they are construed to mean
impossible for them to have withstwxl the I ,l"t the prisoner was not punished under
heavy floating ice. If news from above is
reliable, the river will be so clear thi
rr.-vi niiwMiT wisrmiv. Tliu Cairo
ti i:.i will ty no bill- coctraow-d by uay of
Kiy , or any fi c nnittifd with Tnr. Bet
uulf i m 'kuik '. uii.il.- on a written oruir
Vy iiiMcir, and the o:''.'-r ii.uct V' at'.ached to
win u pnKcutvd.
E A. Hcissmt.
Cjori. in., Jan. SS. ls:. f
Bar. thir. Hum Wlud. VI..WeMiir.
iTim-.T;hiporatt;r.'. tisw; Mitiimuru leui
' t K-i!'ait.U v) Inch. -
W. II. KAY.
Scrg't Si.u&l Curi, L'. S. A
AIKJI XD TOWN,
('has. It. Stewart has been verv
several days past with pneumonia.
. L.-andi r Axley, w ho has b 'en sick
tuonia during the past week, is con-
s (!rrie Hill has returned home
canton1, Illinois, where she had so
: cvvr hitico last summer.
n M. '..'rem, Esq., of Vienna, metu
he Hoard of Equalization from die
; tricf. was in the city yesterday.
i hteamer J. M. H. Koehh.T w as at
f yesterday, discharging sugar, of
le had over :i thousand hogsheads
. L"!ii. for a long time the III.
; tidn bls, ui this city, resigned his
..nnd Is succeeded bv Jerry O'Con-
( ... V4rtnmuWtuin of "Knqiitrer '
j Woi at too late an hour, lai night,
usert.iou in this issue. It willap
j, Vrc sincerely sorry to hear that our
'. John Hannan was, on his ar-
t. A'ernon.prvstrate 1 by tin attack
nia, and is Ftill seriously sick.
was a social gathering at the
morning, that they can bo brought bark
with entire safety.
Alwut 1 o'clock yesterday morning,
officers Axley and Wilson discovered a bur
glar tning to effect an entrance, to the resi
dence of Mr. Lee Boicoirt, on 12th stnet
Mr. I5oieourt, who was awakened by the
noise, fired at his nocturnal visitor, who
immediately took to his heels. Ax ley and
Wilson made pursuit, and aNo tired two or
three times at the fugitive, but failed to '
halt him, and in the darkness of the tii-'ht
he made gixid his escape.
AUmt five o'clock yesterday morning
the McComb attempted to effect a crossing
of the Ohio; but failed. Renewing the at
tempt shortly ufterward she succeeded. At
11 o'clock the night previous she attempted
to transfer the passengers brought up by
the 10:.10 train: but ('apt. Mc.Kinney
thought the trip too hazardous, and aban
doned it. The crowd of passengers was,
as a consequence, couiiclled to pass the
night iu East Cairo, and were brought over
The new steamer W. P. Hallidiiy has
her troubles, with the others, but will come
out all right, eventually. A Iniisville tele
gram says: "The new steamer W. P. llalli-
lay, (,'apt. Gould, broke her spar, ami was
j the charge preferred ugint him. He
--We point to the iVJl-thcct. colored
poster that gives notice of the "Bal
Masque" on Mardi Gras day, not as the
most artistic work Thk Hi lletin Job
Office can turn out, but as very conclusive
proof that the orli .e can, under its present
management, inpp!y all demands for pos
ter work in a manner that cannot le excel
led by any of the metropolitan offices. We
have the type, the presses, the irk. the
I paper, and the men who know how to use
them to the best advantage. H-nce it is
hazarding nothing in saying that we can
perform job work of any character, in as
goo'l style and as cheaply and as expedi
tiously as any other office in the Northwest
or South. We have, therefore, a claim
upon public patronage that no one should
tail to recognize.
THAT DILATOR V GRAND JI RV.
Liiitor e mho Hi I i.kt; :
Hy the nicre-t happening my (.Mention
was arrested yetenlay, by a paragraph in
tho Massac Journal, which with your per
mission 1 w ill reproduce, in The IU'lletin:
"Judge Harker recently discharged a dilator-
Grand Jv.ry, in Alexander county,
administering to the members a censure
which elicited a protest. The jieoplu will
stittaiu Jndge Harker in every attempt at
cuttin down the expenses of our courts."
In no emmty in his circuit will Judge
Harker's efforts in tho direction of economy
be more iii-urtily seciiided than in Alexan
der county. Heretofore thei X n s of our
Circuit Couit have bi-en as great as all the
other expenditures of the county combined;
and if Judge Darker can bring them down
to the county's ability to pay, he will earn
the thnks of ever- taxpayer in the county.
But wis the Judge justified iu summarily
dismissing the grand jury, with a censure,
without rirst informing himself as to the
causes of its seeming la.iness and neglect,
of duty.' The wti;.-r happens to know that
it had d voted much lime to a very imMir
tuut inqiurr it: which the mral portion of
this community profcsM's to feel a deep con
cere, and he iiirther knows that nothing
short of tho eitemied inqr.iry made would
satisfy the .eiplc concerned that the evil
investigated was not indictable. Further
more, the writer of this communication also
happens to know that the grand jury
FiiEK oyster lunch at half-past eiyht
v.i...i. , . .1. . . t n-. ii .
,,u'"' Kyv,i ,"-;," """J "".m.ts; ,,. lh(. ..(,- n,hr, Wll,r ,, .;,
Crystal saloon. 1 'o'l to forliu.r. Kor oil iltillur fry Mimiaii bi tl:
j mini u ni..r a inn. uiiir tutu IP ,1 HI I Hlill-,1 Til tl
i.mii tth ... ..... .K u . I .. . . . ' ....I ...
, , I '.'.iii-h - '. iu. f -iiiiri win, mm it rniiiiiii
OK ltON LKKKi having takltl tl.c 1'X'niS ; t'Pt out of iinlrr. I't din-.i: Ihc rlliiiav uill fu.
lililonuo th; 1 1 lit- ul huMii' rnn.ili li ly.
. E.ni;:no tnu niwir ir.ii s alii'uilv t:tn.
at the corner of Fourteenth and Wad.in
ton avenue, lately isTtipied bv Pettis ii i ''n''etin.-Usjr.'rt.fir. M; r- -k! One ..
--r FUIII HSi w filler r" 11 1. ,r llji, n i
Hird, has o;ien"d a saiimn which will be
found first-class in every appointment. To
his old friend ;,nd li e ji.jblic gi in rally,
he extend" i. cordial ir.v it-'.ion t call. His
bur is supplied wilh only the chuiei st iif
wines. liqii'Hs i.nd ci.rdia'.s, and his r.ioins
are attractive :,nd pb-asat t.
To S V1X KI.Et'EKs, lMsIH:. AMALL
oTiii.iis isri.i:)STKn. oaare her by noti
fied that your license were due em January
first; and all those in am ar on February
first will be arresvd irre.pective of fie-rson.
C. I). Aktek.
SHinple miit irii(l on f e!t ut (1 no, S. -in! ;
ct-ut plarup fori'irt ular ami Aln m' il,ii,Mi' "
W. Il.TlloVl suS A 10 .
I'ubli-hrrs anil Mutiiilai'tnr.
(imri- ' Wa-hlutton -I.. I liir.o. Ill
' ' latl Wafbini-lou Hmtou. Mum.
HKescii OiFf E of Williams' Steam Dye
Work, of Evansville, at Mrs. Jair.ts' No
IT Eighth strc t. Cairo, His.
Y'oL' Can r.h Hutv.-If you wilt stop
all your extravagant and wrocg notions in
doetoiing yourself and families with ex
.en:e doctor- or humbug cure-alls, that
do harm i!way, and uc only natures sim
ple remedies for -I i yitr uiiiuenti you will
le wise, wcjl and haj-pj. t.nd -kv great ex
ieitse. Th gret rv!v.fsly for this, the
great, wis; j.nd gmxi will tell you. is Hop
Bitters believe it. s-e "Provc.-bs" iu
Amlkosk Pvai r keep- u i til
A Bankrupt Stock of Wntches,
Warranted for O.nf. Yeah.
Thlf bankmpt r'.oia of Wati.b'i mu-l bo i A
oui In to dav. Tt fnrinrr 1'KICK liK THEsK
WATCH K 8 WAS ICioU lAl'II Tbi-v are -llvrri (.
ca aud open facr, all one .tylr. and of 'n n. i.
uiaonUcturr. tbe.movrnmi i.f walih Mue veil
known tbu world oit for tbflr iln flnl.li. Td. i
are Uted on KAII.KOAIIS and HTKAMItO 'l ,
br At'CUhATb T1MK i. Ko.ihnd. and sivr
k'WHl atl-fattiun. Tblnk of It. a 111 M wawL for
ONLY i 00. and WAKKANTEI) O.NK YKM:
I fOKl llS R..
! 4!ff r lli rli..nr tif ..la f ih l.anl M. ......I...,.
WatcbM, wlili b mill rotitlnue w rtn-n from dan- or
tbm pair. uoorikr will b tiled at ) iban 1u
rarb; o plea- nnd yonr ordr at onr. wit a
iacb Waub efurnl-hogrHl'EC'IAL WAUHAM V
KOKONK YEAH EOK AIXI KATE TIME. W,
will forward th WaUh proniplly on rrtelpl o!
ti i. or will -end C. o. D., It i tnaituem dc.ire m.-i
remit ft 'Aon amount.
AiiilrcM til ord'tato
Waltrri liuxirtlBe Co.. "
1W Kim Htret. Cincinnati. Obi-
f-TO WATCU KPEfULTOlUi A Nil JEW
ELI.MS; Wo rail pi lirniar attention lo thra '
Wauii , a- tbey wl! rradiij at from JI3 10 In JrJO;
KKAD WHAT LEAMNO EDITOKs: s.Y:
The Waiters InijiortlnK Co , of Cincinnati, adver-li-F
i!h ct a hankmbl iturk i.f v,m,4 Wi. Iiv.
f; W inr n lb c.mmI-. All rrprem-nla
triic v fit" 1 liutifc ti.an.. I v itil loam are nllablr Ameriran
1 1 ' I t'kn-ll.'in kr.iew I'lnrlnnall
1 ill t!.e Cuirii public 1 Va'tiT. In purtli f Co are Ur; i!"itr In. a.-.ri
,. , ... ., ., j Impniirr-of. atei. Thi-y re a rcllalile tTmi -
ieo ".mi r i liens, i iirit.,n w.rl(i. rh, ton.eihlo.
H0X. J. MILTOX Tl'IlNER LAST
Knowing something of tho Cairo expe
rience of other eminent lecturers, we did not
expect that Mr. Turner would draw a full
house, last night, but we did anticipate a
larger turnout than there was. When, at
H o'clock, Mr. W. T. Scott introduced Mr.
Turner to the audience, there were not
more tinm sixty or seventy te rsons
would have adjourned hours before their
dismissal, and thus have escaped the un-! H the Text R.mks c
merited ensure they received, had their i schooN. lb- i a'-o
last finding b,en written up. so tliat they j allgrad :" Writing Pm r. eventhingin ; JX WuVlVtt?
could have returned it into court. As ' lact that i.'ers inin tiieocii.! m la-d chil- i
many us three or tour tines they sent to the I ''r' n j
county attorney for the indictment, and ! F,m a . ,M t".,r f n . a ood
could not ( into court ;u,d rciiott their j v,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. nP.- ;
busin-ss tiiaislied without it. Did th ' S;l.ick"s n.r ,- s!,,,,,. No. U Coinir.ecial i
court inf.inii bini-.'lf us t all tin s ; fu .-ts ? iw.r,,,,.
I think not. Indeed, I kn w I e didn't, b t j -
acted upon a-m-araiis. which I can- r si ei; mm.i ex, ry i..gi.t at nan. j
not d-nv were unfavorable to ' I'!'; ,1-!,t "v" l ' h H'W.v :
, " , . ... . , !. W alkev. . . i
the grand jury. Having said .
jhis much I will conclude bv ! Ai.i. the flne-t 'brawls of cigars and to-!
savin'', that while appearances seemed ti i ,;"'r"' r,lt !'"" !,!u' inenrscliauni ami
in r i; uriiisii- tino n.r iui mud
left high and dry, though everything was i , . .. . , , , ,. .
, , did the number exceed one hundred. This
done thai con d have been to keen her ! . i .. o i .... i
1 i was not so b 'caiisj the lecturer w is a col-
iiiiii.it. i in- hi: a mii ncavv sue cuutii no , , ... .. i i
... "I"'1' man; it was not so beppise he was tin-
i nothino. Sim hes m mi' easy condition, I , . ,, , i . . i i . i
! , .. . ' ' j known to 'die people as a scholar and ora-
icaiiMiLi it ii e 10 iiic r ve r, ui in no n - .. , , . .
.. , ,, , : tor ol more than liK-al eminence, nor was it
niediale daii''cr, The boats Ivinvr below . . ( . , . ,
" J s i sii lieivoisii t in s ilni'i't wan line mIioiO hie i
the people are indifferent. Xo citizen of
Cairo w ill preteml to excuse his absence by
urging any of these reasons. The house was
her were all more fortunate and succeeded i
in keeping afloat, and are in side quarters."
- The withdrawal of Mr. H. F. Livingston
from the firm of O. llaythorn & Co., coup
led with erroneous information, deluded us
into saying that Mr. William llaythorn
had purchased Mr. Livingston's interest, and
w ould hereafter figure as an active member
of the firm. Mr. Livingston's interest was
puich ised by Mr. Oscar llaythorn, who will
hereafter, conduct the business in his own
iintuu, ..lUiit and pay, etc. (lur endorse
ment of the house as one deserving of the
public patronage calls for no correction.
We propose to let it stand
- There was u fearful rencounter be
tween two colored men, .Saturday night, in
the vicinity of Dr. Wood'n farm. The
names of ilie belligerents are given as For
est Moore, oiid colored man win) recently
I'tlll... I.. Oil. I ....t.Hl.1...k.t. t ' I ..
7or Mr. Wood Riltenhousc, U" " " ' '" '". numeu
tnvioi.'.i.Msbein.rconlbied t.. tl. I 1 A,,Kr M ,'"i
( and school mutes of Mis, M,-1 ;,M"; T X)ui
'": "i-iiMn in me 1 1 in 1 1 1 - in a desperate
negro-a razor-and giving Stephens a
terrible, swipe neros the bowels, inflicted a
wound that is likely to prove futiil. Mooru
was u .rented ytst 'iday, and confined in the
A Cairo mid Vine.eniies truckmiin,
mimed John Cain, was brought before
'Squire Comings, yeMc I'day. on a charge of
beating hi wife, who, If Cain tells the
truth, is not of un inj-ollc disposition lu r-
ft- - ,
5 oaliilg icecflrrieJ off a large lot
Nolonpng to the R-tx' factory,
' ably four or five, hundred dob
V arf, of course, invcovvrably
WrirvVjf (liicago, one of the I. V,
u carjx liters, is iu the city,' to
suiy repairs on the iiicllnu cr.id
rt tlaiiiajjO'l hy the ir,. Mr.
a slim one for the sole and simple reason
that the majority ef our people seem to liar
bor an aversion amounting to dislike, for
lectures of any character. Had Mr. Tur
tier advertised that he would walk on the
ceiling like a lly, or that he would throw a
triple somersault oyer the orchestra and
alight flat-footed on the floor of tho audito
riuin, there would not have been a
vacant seat in the house. But, delivering
as he did, a lecture that was rich in in for
mat ion concerning the dark and mysterious
continent of Africa information that could
be obtained in no single library In America
a lecture that ' manifestly cost him
years of observation and weeks of close,
study and Industrious research --deli v-
cring such a lecture, he had
house that was only rcKiied from
the designation of "a beggarly array of
empty benches," by the Intulligeneo Hnd
respect ability of those present, In point
Intelligence the audience would have done
discredit to no community, as the lecture
would liavo dono no discredit to
any listurer. Of tliu character of
the led lire itself wo can only
say Ihat it was nolo and inb resting, uiid
embodied. In it scholarly and entertaining
shape, a mass of fact, deducting comments
and conclusions, of a must engaging ami
rturate lime, a' cnly i" fo rarb. They air a rtli.i-
me rriu. - i n r Mii ii u-ru. e mi lunall.
i ll- Wul!". Iinpo-iiii; l o. i an o'.d -laMUb'-d
ndii rv re ai.;. t'V ai.J ne che.'rlully r com
llll llli Ull ltl - I l.lit t.ll! l'e!.
Ailiti ." uri..-r" t.i
W.U. I ERs 1VI'. HiTlNli C O .
( inrii.i.atl, eibio.
tf"Cni ai RuT'.-e ,n: mi! ineuii.'U lhatyi.u
-a It In il.i" k er.
warrant the Judge's course, the exit did
Artml-.inn liy . K -mvu eals T3c. for mlc at
t tilered to tbu
other pi5H's, cigar holders, etc., etc., a large . vnu.NF, v T,.p,nv. -v- J"'.,
.l. f r .1 1 i a i i . ! i. Hi I V- f lt.il fc:i ii L t.if ki'iit U in oa'l n II fill ,
nen;tnai, ii tne jueigi nau extenueu inqui- , - i Artml-inn 'A-
ries he would have known thathe jury was : r' t;li! ? Korsmyrry, Sixth street near MJ
notiae.and he would, there tore, have , ,AsVi KKA1,K I.A11.
spared twenty-three citizens of the county, Hi.xsk b-As iu s;i. k or made to order '
the imputation under wnich they now rest. ! by .vtnhrese JVut. Paprr Boxes tnaiintac- AfASQl'EK AHK HALL.
t neeillessiy prolonging tln.ir session tor ' tured to order. ( ail a: the Bull' tin Build-
the miserable pittance of one dollar and in. or address him through the postofiicc
fifty cents a Uay in county order", or its
equivalent of $1 2"i in cas'i; and tin illy,
had he informed himself of th wliyfors,
the censure Iw administered would have
fallen, in part at least, on other shoulders.
I say nothing lu re of the Judge's right,
in law, to do what he did. If the power
he exercised is not sanctioned by law, 1 i Keep out the cold aud set by using rub
shall not undertake to say that it ought tint Ut weather strips mi your ! ors and win
to be," for, in my opinion such a power ought dows. Blake will do the work for you.
to be lodged somewhere to prevent tho j '
abuses the Judge s.-med to think existed I w'KTast hi those wishing to -ave mon
ey in purchasing tfieir wmi t hoots ami
Ni.wsi'u uis. 'ho..l Bovik', Inks of the
le ": brands. Album-, Iffice Fixtures', j
Brackets, lViM-iN. s?""l peas and a vari"ty
of St.irioie.'ry, all atveiy low liguri.s, always i
on hand i.t Ambrf".! Pyat'."': News and ,
M.itii mary stand. Bulletin Building corner. '
ii!i n by tbu
'I'll riM'P I hill.
in the case in question.
shoes. We have on li.iiid and are still n
KEHIM'AKV f tii. IJ'3.
Fhom D. 0. Owens, Druggist. Altoona, j cciving, a complete assortment of men's
Pa. "Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup has a wonder- i boots uinl shoes, all styles and si. s-t ,,f the
ful reputation, the demand for it is really a- best St. Louis and Cincinnati hand-made
tonishin. Mothers will have no other. It ! iroods, which we sell Kjsmt tlian ever be-
fli.ee!.,..,! ... ...u...t., ..II ,al,. ul. ' .,! I,,.. ... ,),.. Ill- I.. J 'mil "f tbe M..,ii,
jr. ..,.,iii. ,i ii nii" i sv, ivt4iiviu,:j i.'.iwiiiiii i .i, ...... I-,, i iii it iii.j ; i' ii i (ui in; I'1' ,
u I . . , , . . " , .... iifiMin i i: ur tmiiMincNrs.
Syrups. j tamed anywhere in the city. We also , Hn.l.il,h it. i,. (,. r, .ui.n Vui.k-. t. (Ml.'rl.eri,
have a good line of blics shot s of the best ; 'i,,,.' ' j,,,! " '"' A ;"' ,,oh" A' h0"M" '''
maiHitacture, from a fine kid sewed, to u
RKSOLUTIOXS OK RESPECT.
Wiikkka-. In tho death of our fellow
citizen, Win. H. Morris, tho Knights of the
Mystic Krew of Minus have lost a warm
friend ami earnest nupiortcr, therefore
Resolved, That the membi ts of this so
ciety for the love nml respect they had in
lif'j for ihe lamented deceased, alid the I
deep sorrow tliey feel in Ins ileath, wear
tln usual had,i of mourning of this society.
Resolved, That the foregoing preamble
and rcholution Mj spread upon record and u
copy be sent to th" bereaved family, of the
deceased and published In the daily papers.
Chas. A. Salt,
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, sold
very close. ('. Koch,
No. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street.
( ltKI ii 1,1 AND WAbO'VS,
Tin; Hull, .tin building dining room
is now open for the accommodation of day
iHiardeis, Apidicntion for board can be
made at Thk DUJ-ETtN office. Terms,
$11.50 per week. J. Minso.v.
CCMMKRfKb .UXkiwi-ti FIl'TIUud
K1XTI1 STs,, CAIRO, IU,
HOKKB SIIO:iNO nplally. K, pMr, .,r n
kinds of vrlilr.li. dun .MTy mj . ,,;,r iu
IsM.!(VlloiS si.., ni, atM'il, i ,U he (lie lift
s:00 HEW AUD!
for rU'iir of Hi f.illim vj Hue ii-i'-wllli'b tins dil
I'eri til nuiiilier- ol
Dr. Foilips' HEALTH PADS
Will iiDti'iini ltb II "tiniikiililtf Miiocr-.
v , . Vliills and Fiver, l,sspeiisia, dr.
Mi' 1 ' I lVice, 'j. 1
( Ridimy, Spine mid Bladder id
Nd. 2 ! fcctiuiis" mid Nervous Profrs-
( tlon. Price, til.
v l Kem:i!o D'sen s and Womb Af
.No. J ! j Vv,toiis. lricei.
. Itilh'ination of the Lung, Hnni
1 ) chilis and Asilnn i. 1'iice, 5.
Tho rn nnl iliKS tint a,i'ly UiCan'S slresil.r
i, -end I'm! bv liittib ItowKii'ii of luillMlons, Ink
In ili'nini'l('lotfti.l eti'iji'-. (In receipt r prb-e
"" hl" " KorK"' 8w,V.u. ur: Ke'lltllK-.
;- lilfti M I'lnc'iTiivl, (Me. sti.it l-Mi pun leu lar