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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOUNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1879.
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Hotneo'natliir Physician and Surjrcoii.
Offlc 1 Commercial avenno. Rcaldenca corner
I'onru-voUi Mt. and Wanuini'ton avenue, euro.
pn. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Urnct No. 1M Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth tad Mnih Street
pR. W. C. JOCF.LYN,
OrTICK JJlzhtW fitreot, nenr Commercial Avenue,
NOTARY IT BUC.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE :--VltU the Widow' and Oorpuana' Mu
(ml Aid Hociety.
ATTOKX E YS-AT-LA W.
N'EGAR & LANSDEN,
OFTTCK-Xo. 113 Commercial Avenue.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
Oa andnfter Mnuilay. Jnue Hi. the liuat will make
he following trii!:
I.VAVl.C LEAVES I.fAVES
Foat Fourth M Minsuiirl Laud'ir. Kentucky LA'g.
x a. m.
4 p. m.
t p. in.
. p. m.
8:30 l. n.
10 :.v a. m.
i:H0 p. in.
(t:S0 a. m.
9 . m.
a v. m.
Ti p. m.
in a. m.
4 p. in.
OR METROPOLIS A!l PADUCAII.
The r..i".i'!itSii!ewlicol PacM-nucr Stcsnicr
Leave Cairo ever afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Vartuciili. Metropolis anil way landing. Tor
I'reitht ot pa.-wKe apply to sol.. A. sII.VKII,
A. vu I .
new aovxm kvin-mim'KM.a loi;s.
Q W. WHEELER,
Dealer ill til Wind- nl'
Cord Wood, St(vi Wood,
Coal. 15 to.
BIG MUDDY COAL
W'OOI) AND COAL YAW):
Tenth Sheet, Between Washington and
70 OHIO LEVEE.
Ni dirt or dun) liy meaaurrn being evposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a da.
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try ll aud N't foi yonrclvc.
00 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR'.
Cli on cli 'twr.v of ticket, ,
TO Oliio Lcvt'c.
Boat Stores and (.rorcrics,
Of nil kind'.
OI'KX NICiHT AN II DAY.
Freih Dairy ad (fill K1ir Huticr. Ovcicri. mid nil
kiiidaol fruit wuon in nm.ua, on hand uml deiiv
rrd proiflMtlv at fcnldencc free. Ovalua delivered
on Ice. ,(
Dealer in Frosh ATcat.
U-twMi W'fililngton utul Com
inorclnl Av,, itdloining ITrmuyti,
KB EPS for aalKtho )iot Reef, Pork. Mnlton, Vel,
Unb, 8aaaao, An., and Ii preuare4 lo terra
rttallle la an accpthle mit.ner.
THE DAILT BULLETIN.
ftSTEHKD AT TUK POST OPFKK IN CAIItO, IL
LINOIS, AS 8KC0N1)-.AM MATTKU.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALKXANDKH CWNTY".
Only Mornlnj Daily In Southern Illinois;.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Voto for the rond tnx.
Don't forget to vote for the road tax.
Tle road tax ought to be voted to-day.
--Try otir White Heath Peaches, the
finest in the market. Purrm &, Uikd.
JIV. P. Vincent has moved into ids new
residence on Ninth street.
New Hnckwheat Hour ami maple
syrup, at Pkttis & Bird's.
Remember tlte Oyster supper at Tern-
crance nail to-night, inn cause js a
good one, so will the supper be.
New prunes, currants, citron, raisins,
etc., at Pettis & Bird's.
-Twenty-five packages butter, strickly
fancy (small packages tor families). Pet
tis & Bird.
Dr. Smith is making some substantial
impovemcnts to his residence property on
The funeral notice of Willie Tessier
will bo found in another column cl' this
morning's Bulletin. i
Work on Mr. Henry Halliday's resi
dence, and also on Mr. .1. B. Reed's new
house, is progressing rapidly.
Elmer Comings will open his new
book store in the Alexander County Bank
building on Wednesday.
If you wish to benclit Cairo to in
crease her retail trade an hundred fold-
vote for the road tax to-day.
Henry Briehan is a stockholder in the
new paper about to be started in Cairo.
Henry says "the paper will be a rattler."
Go to Pettis & Bird, it you want close
figures and fresh groceries. They have
everything and anything ymt need.
The blade of the knife with which the
negro David Pitman did the reckless cut
ting, at Mound City, was over three inelies
The roof of the Louergan building on
Tenth street has" been raised with jack
screws and the masons are at work adding
another story to the house.
Len Faxon will edit the new newspa
per so it is said; and Mr. Jack Alden will
publish it, so it is said; and the new paper
will give the ribbon men "thunder." so it is
Mr. C. Hanny has accepted a position
in the dry goods department of Messrs. C.
O. Taticr & Co., and henceforth bis many
friends will find him there, ever ready and
as attentive as in his own business,
.Mr. Hebsackers bakery on Eight
street is receiving an overhauling the
show windows being enlarged and other
improvements beimr made. But this is
only in accordance- with the spirit of im
provement manifested all over the city.
Mr. John Ilagie, we are plcnsed to sny,
lias greatly improved of lute. Although
his lej; is not entirely cured, he is able,
with the assistance ot crutches, to move
about, and expect soon to be permanently
cured. All of which we are ghd to
The uprights width stippMts the- side
walk along Walnut between Fifteenth and
Eighteenth are, all of them, leaning to one
side. It would, in our humble opinion, not
be an unwelcome change to increase the
safety of said walk by the straightening
of the uprights.
Julian Pillow, who killed his man last
year in this county and was acquitted, and
who tilled two men with turkey shot last
week, tired six shots at the con-table who
attempted to arrest him, and i denouncing
himself as a bad shot because he missed
his mark every time,
Mr. John sitel.er has just received n
very complete stock of watches, clocks,
jewelry, etc., of the best quality, and i up
pareiitlv doing a good business. c is a
Hum who thoroughly tunlci'Mands his Ihm-ness-buys
(Vap,--sells cheap and ouu'lit.
i e : ii i .
iiitii ioic, iccwvc ii goon snare oi pairori.iL'c.
The citi.en who appreciates the neces
sity of voting the road tax, and yet does not
vote for it to-day. will have occasion in tlu
event of the defeat of the tax, to be very in
dustrious for several years at the business
of regretting his laziness, caileness in
deliberate neglect of duty.
-A woman, whose name we could not
learn, had her teeth extracted by a dentist
at Mound City Immediately before the
great tire that destroyed most of that city
commenced. The shock of tlit operation,
combined with the alarm created by the
! conflagration, threw her into a nervous
fever of which she died yesteiday forenoon.
The citizen of Cairo who voles against
the road tax to-day will, if he can ever be
made to understand his own ot the county's
Interest, regret his negative ballot. The
proposed road cannot be completed without
the additional lax, and the failure to do
this important work will be a seiious blow
at Ihe prosperity of t.H" Cairn and the coun
ty districts ot Alexander.
The sidewalk in front of the vacant
lots formerly , ceupied by the Vulcan
Iron works Is a discrace to that part of
Commercial avenue, It ought to have been
repaired over a year ago, but there is iu.
reason why the recent reconstruction of
the sidewalk on that side of the street, from
Sixth street up, should not have extended
beyond this "eye sore."
Tint Bulletin was a competitor for the
printing of 10,000 copies of the by-laws of
the Masonic Benevolent Society ol the
State, 5,000 blank applications and 5,000
certificates of membership, and was the
lowest of all tho bidders for the work
Chicago, Quincy, Spriugficld, Peoria and
two or three other cities having entered
Designing rascals, who understand that
the proposed road tax is fifty ceuts on the
one hundred dollars of equalized value, havo
been playiug on the ignorance of some of
the voters. They have mado some of the
colored men believe that if tho tax is voted,
fifty per cent, of their property of their
horses, drays, wagons, furniture, etc., will
be taken to puy for tho road. These mis
representers ought to be booted if not spared
One of the eight ferocious dogs belong
ing to one of our citizens who takes delight
in dogs that bark aud bite, yesterday, at
tacked little Kate Smith, one of Dr. Smith's
daughters, and caught her by the hair with
his teeth. One of the brute's teeth bruised
the little girl's right car, but did not abrode
the skin. There was considerable demand
for pistols in that neighborhood for some
time, but matters were compromised and
the dogs will go to the country.
His name is John Smith (romantic
name that and he had fired a pistol within
the corporate limits "just for the fun of the
thing." For so grave an offense John was
pulled, of course, and Squire Robinson, be
fore whom he was arraigned, believing that
the aforesaid "tun" was worth five dollars
to the aforesaid John, lie was lined accord
ingly. The cooler having no charms for
him he paid the money.
Mr. .Miles W. Parker contldenty ck
peets to be elected county treasurer to-day.
He hus made a diligent canvass of the
county and -believes that several of the
county precincts will give him decided
majorities. In the city he hopes to distance
his competitor, and come out of the race a
couple of lengths ahead. Mr. Parker is an
honest aud capable man. He is an old
citizen of the county and needs the ofiioe.
If elected he will do his duty faithfully
and with scrupulous honestly. Mr. Alden
also expects an election. He is well-known,
and deserves the compliment of havirg
very competently filled the present term.
- He was a gentleman of color, ami
what more natural than that the lady he
was "sp irkin' " should be a lady of color
ton. It was while "sparkin' " that the
lire broke out in Mound City and the
gallant Ix lieving that he could kill two
firds with one stone by having his lacy
nve y his sidu and seeing the tire too,
forthwith hired a buggy and "tailed for
Mound City: but before lie got there,
being blind to everything but the female
by his side, he drove into a mudhole -broke
the buggy and with "bonny" Ly
his side had to foot it home. Love-s
lauah at locksmiths, but we have authori
ty for saying that they don't laugh at
broken buggy wheels. V obtained no
record of the time made.
Mr. David Pitman, a colored patriot,
(led from the South a few months ago exud
ed, so to speak because of the intoleianee
of the white people of his neighliorhood.
They oppressed him would not allow
him to vote as he pleased, talk
ns he pleased or steal as I e
pleased. For a time he worked for Cap',
Clark, of Mississippi county, Missotm, and :
then located in Cairo. On Sunday he wa
one of the crowd that went to the great
Mound City tire. While the conllagration
was raging, Pitman became drunk, aud at i
the time the Cairo people were waiting j
for the train to return home, he opened ;
fire upon them with a revolver. John !
Bambrick managed to get the revolver
away from him, when Pitman drew either a
pocket knife or a razor ami began a general j
attack on everybody who could not or did i
not run faster than he couhf. Unfortunately,
Willie Tessier, an excellent bay, of fifteen
years, came within reach of Pitman' :
murderous weapon and w niortaily j
wounded. He was cut in the right side
and disemboweled. He died yesterdav
morning, lamented by everybody win
knew him. After ho had disposed of the
boy, Pitman attacked a man a cooper
who came within reach of his arm and cut
him in the side, indicting what is believed
to be a mortal injury. The injured man is
now lying in a precarious condition at the
Sisters' hospital iu this city. L'nable to re
strain the manii'ie in any othr way, Mr.
i.i i .it., i . i !... :.. i. I
.lat'K i.any suoi nun in me n-g. aim some
other person bit him in the head with u
coupling pin. Unfortunately he -a not
killed, and is now a prisoner iu our county
Much complaint is made by some citi
zens at the smallr.ess ol our police force
and Ihe blame is laid at u,,,
door of the present city ndiniiiis'riuioii.
Thine is good ground for some dissatisfac
tion. Four policemen can impossibly ft
terror to thieves mid law-breakers generally
in a town of this size local -d as this is.
Only a short time ago, when the ni)its
were d irk, sneak thieving, knock. downs
and robberies, were reported nearly every
morning, and though of late the "bulls eye.
lantern" of the heavens sheds a faint light
into our dark streets and alleys, ihe myste
rious click in the back door lock, tip. i.,,t
step on the kitchen floor, posi!,y n, pistol
shot startling the silencoof tho midnight
hour, then tho empty cup-boards aud ward
robes and startled, woc-begone counten
ances of tho victims, are still occasionally
heard and seen. There is no good reason
why wo should not bo better protected. A
little more money ought to be spent
by tho city for the security of our
lives and property. A number of mer
chants on Commercial avenuo and Eighth
Btroet, seeing this necessity, are contribu
ting a small amount each every week for
paying Mr. Mcrriman to watch their stores
every night. Citizens should not be com
pelled to do this when the city taxes them
to pay men for that purpose. They have a
right to demand that a reasonable amount
he expended for their protection, either as
salaries for night policemen or in the pay
ment of gas bills for street lamps.
Mr. and Mrs. Aisthorpe's infant Ron is
Mrs. James Gash has returned to Cairo
from Lockport, New York.
Mr. Thos. Wilson, representing tho
Halliday Bros., is at Memphis.
Dr. Dunning has returned from a
Masonic visit to Chicago.
We met J. II. Mulcahy, of Commercial
Point, on the street yesterday.
Mrs. Wright, of Memphis, mother of
Mrs. V". P. Halliday, returns home to-day.
Mr. Walter Hyslop, formerly of this
city, will make his future home iu Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. ('has. M. Howe are the
happy parents of a daughter two days of
Miss Jennie l.oud .and Mis Hcllen
Brown are in the city, visiting Miss Nettie
Supreme Judge Mulkey left the city
yesterday for Mt. Vernon to attend a term
Mis Jennie U ash has returned to Cairo
and accepted a position in the iron store ot
Mr. C. Pi. Woodward.
Mr. Jacob Lynch is canvassing the up
per part of the city for Watson V Wal
bridge's city directory.
Judge Bros, is canvas, ing the towns
along the Illinois Central ami Narrow
(ittage for liquid business.
Mr. Frank Scliticker.s was thrown from
a horse wilc returning from the Mound
City fire and w us considerably injured.
Mr. Saiiiiuoii.s. lute ji candidate for
county treasurer, was in the city Sunday
and yesterday. Yesterday evening he with
drew from the canvass and tie- city.
Mr. Oberly will leave tor Mt. Vernon
this evening. Mrs. O. and hr daughters.
Ruth and Eunice, wiil rcu-iin in th- city a
week or two longer.
-Mr. M. U. Harrell, editor of Tui; Bt i.
I.K.TIS, is seriously ill. He will probably be
unable to give his attention to the paper
for several days.
Hon. A. II. In in left 'ii- city yesti-r- ;
day for Montana Territory, lb; will be
absent several months. Mrs. Irvin aud
children will live at Anna in the meantime.
Mr. H. M. Hook, agent and correspon
dentof the Engineering and Mining Jour
nal, of New York, will leave this city to
day, stopping at all the mining districts
between here and Fort Worth, Tevas.
Mr. Mat P. Fulton, who has been very
ill with bilious fever, is convalescent. Ib
was on the street Sunday and yesterday.
The "call" made upon Mr. Fulton was evi
dently a very loud one. . is n walking
Drs'. Wardncr aiid Ranch, the p-.v-i-dent
and secretary ot the state board of
henlih, were in the city yesterday on suni
itary business. Tiiey take much credit to
themselves because Cairo was not attacked
by fever. Dr. Ranch has been untiring in
labors incident to his position.
Major Smith, who has so acceptably
filled the position of acting cashier of the
City National bank, w ill return, within a
few days, to Memphis, his former place of
residence. Our citizens hoped to have the
pleasure of the Major's presence contin
ually, but the old home appears n have an
irresi.-tible attraction to him.
Mr. Tom Whitlock. we hear, has nc.
cepted a very de.urable and lucrative
position in the well-known Marble Palace
boot and shoe store of T'-rre Haute.
Mr. Whitlock cxprccs himself well
pleased with his new situation, and, we
can vouch for it, the proprietors of said
establishment are no less pleased with
THE JURY'S YERl)( T .
The Coroner's Jury which met at Hie
residence ot Mr. .Moses Tessier at 10:!)0
o'clock a. nuyViterday, after due ex iiniiia
ation of witnesses, found the following
"We, the undesigned juiors, sworn to
enquire into the death of William Tessier,
from the evidence, on oath, do find, that he
came to his death from a wound inflicted
on Hie left side, by u knife, in the hands of
one.David Pitman and we deem the homi
side to bo murder; that said wound was
inflicted in Mound City, Pulaski county,
on November 2nd, 1871).
John M.uoit, M. J. Ucklkv,
M. F. Wootks, J.Si MMKitwiai.,
C. B. Nkwi.ami, Jurors.
If Kit m an Sandliis, Foreman.
Caiiio, Illinois, Nov. 3rd, 187!).
Kdlinmf Cairo lliillclln:
Please withdraw my name as a candidate
for Assessor and Treasurer, as 1 am uo
longer a candidate for the office.
0 ico. W. Sammonh.
THE SUNDAY SCORCH,
; i s,i ii . Ml
MORE THAN FIFTY BUILDINGS DES
TROYED AT MOUND CITY
THE COUilT IIOUHB AND ALL THE I'UIILIC
SCHOOL Ul'ILDINOS UUIINKD.
A terrible calamity has suddenly fallen
upon Mound C'1)' in the form of a confla
gration, that, to her, is equal to the great
Chicago fire. About !J o'clock P. M. a dis
patch was received at Cairo, and the
fire bells sounded the alarm; within fifteen
minutes time a train on the C. & V. .R. R.,
containing the companies' engines and
hose carriages of the Hibernians, Arabs and
Rough and Ready lire companies were
on their way to the burning town. The
railroad company, the fire companies and
all deserve special nicntioiumd praise for
the energy displayed. Mayor Thistle
wood and ex-Mayor Winter ac
companied the firemen and both
rendered efficient service nt the fire.
The fire originated iu the
roof of Zauonc's saloon or restaurant
and was first discovered by some small
boys who gave the alarm. This was about
2 o'clock,' and us little apprehension was
felt, help was not telegraphed for until half
an hour later. The upper story of the
building was soon a sheet of flames which
rapidly communicated itself to tho Washing
ton house on the north, kept by Mrs. Vogel.
From this house the flames spread rapidly
up Main street, destroying in its course in
an almost increditubly short time, the store
and residence of F. U. Fricke, the double
dwelling occupied by Thos. Moran and
Mr. Ncidiestein, the residence and saloon
of Peter Cold water, a building occupied as
a residence i;t:d barber shop and burning
the out buildings, fences, etc. around the
fire-proof biick adjoining the barber shop.
Satisfied with its work in this direction, the
fire turned with the wind and the .great
mercantile house of (',. p. Myers and Wil
son's s'ore-buildings Were swept
away. In quick succession followed
the residence of 15. L. Ulen, the court
house, school buildings, Meyer it Nord
man's lactones, 0. F. Meyer's w:ire house
imd several resiliences. The records were
removed from the court hous" to places of
safity, but all or nearly all loose docu
ments were destroyed. The long continued
drouth had left everything so dry that the
lire brands u:id cinders, carried by the high
winds, kindled a fire w herever they tout hd,
so that tin re vft re a liozen different houses
on fire at one', tendering concerted action
In addition to those already mcntoiiied.
we note the burning of the old Mound
City Brewery building, the cotago of Mr.
Bowling and Mr. Williams, the store of C.
Moll A Son, Price's ware house, the resi
dence of Win. Dougherty and all the ad
joining buildings, shops and residence...
along Second street, and a number of other
buildings iu that ncighborlioo.1, owned
by persons whoy names we have
orgotten. The number of dwellings and'
stores destroyed were not less than fifty,
and the out buildings, barns. Mubles, etc..
would swell the number to a hundred and
fifty. A large part of the town, compris
ing probably thirty or forty acres, was
swept clean in the short space of two hours.
That it was not worse must be credited to
our efficient tire department. The activity
of the railroad men s ived the C. A V. R.
R. depot, an I the actu d loss to the eampany
is comprised :n the burnt tracks and four
freight c:i!-s that were Manding on the
Tlie bulk of die insurance held was in
the companies represented by Mr. C. N.
Hughes, end us nearly as we could learu
were an follows: Peter Cohlwater, $I.:n();
Chris Keller, f !()(!;(;. F. M"yer, $tG,00o;
doss $:;i i.ofm:. Meyer ,V Nordman, loss
$10,000; insured for f',.Vio. Mis. M. E.
Itawllngs insured for $1,000. ('. Moll &.
Son. loss .s,fii)(i: insured tor U,000.
There is considerable more insuracne of
which we have no account. Mr. O. F.
Meyer was the heaviest loser in amount,
but the actual loss falls heaviest on thos.
who in loSiug a few hundred dollars lose
heir ill. an I hiv left houseless and h..iiie-
The t'.tul amount lost by Mr. Hugh's
agency is ?;i:!,0U0, divided as follows:
The London A; Liverpool ii (ilobc, of
England. H'tOo. The Underwriter's Agcp
cj, of New York, $7, oilO. The Commer
cial Union Assurance Company, of London,
iw,0o0. The Imperial & Northern, of
London, f 1,000. The Farmer's, of York,
Pa., $1,000. Tiie North British, of Lou
don, $t, .('(). The Glens Falls, New York,
fiVIOO. Tic; German American, of New
York, $1,000. The Springfield, Mass..
$1,"00. The Lycoming, of Pa,, iJal.Kd).
Several accidents and casualties occurred
during and after the fire, that are refered to
Go to SritATToN & Bum's If jam want
to buy the following goods at low prices:
Atmore & Co.'s Mince meat.
Snider A Co.'s Apple, Peach and (Juince
Young Amurin cheese, for family use.
New York aud Ohio Factory cheese, full
Canada Oat meal.
New York Buckwheat flour.
Kraut in barrels, half barrels mid quarter
Old Government Java, Mocha, Santos,
Mexican and Rio Coffee,
Two hundred barrels choice Michigan
apples; a general assortment of canned
goods; very line Teas, Dried fruits, Fancy
Grocciies of all kinds, etc., etc.
To tho Cairo Bulletin:
METEORIC SHOWERS AND SHOOTING
Referring to your yesterday's issue in
which you publish the prediction of prof.
Tice regardingthe Meteoric display, I would
venture to state, that you must have been or
roneously informed pertaining to the data on
which this grand display should take ploc,
as also to the year upon which the gentle
man in question bases his prediction.
There is uo doubt but what there was a
modurate'diaplay of shooting store on tho
morning of November 13, 1832, but this
was by fur excelled tho following year on
the morning of November 13, 1833, when
throughout most of North America, shooting-stars
appeared in such enormous num
bers that it became on absolute impossibil
ity fur tho respective obseners to count
thein. At Boston, Mass., on tho samoniorn
iug, it is staled the number of fulling mete
ors were estimated at 575 per minuto. Most
of these meteors moved in paths which, if
traced backward would meet in a single
point, or small area, situated near Leonis.
It is this, the year and also date, upon
which Prof Tiee found his prediction for a
repetition of the Phenomenon this
yea as you will notice in ao
extract from the "Kansas City Review
of science" which I shall copy for the bene
fit and information of your reader, and is
lis follows :
"A few days after the occurrence of the
great meteor's shower, on the uight of tint
27th of November, 172, 1 published a
theoiyof the cause of these phenomena,
and stated that on the 8th ot Sept., 1870,
the astronomical event to which I attributed
them would occur within eight hours an I
twenty niitiutes of the time it did iu
which was followed by the memorable
meteoiic shower of November 13th, in that
year. Should the brilliant shower be re
peated on the morning of the 13th of No
vcuibrr next, it must be accepted as a versi
fication of theory.
The brilliant meteoric shower that occms
on the 13th of November, is repeatedly re
corded in ancient and modern hisory, es
pecially by the Arab, who livisf under a
less cloudy sky in Arabia, Kgpt,
Morocco and Spain than the people
of .Northern Europe do. The
showers ulwuyt. inspired awe,
amazement, fear und consternation where
ever witnessed, because the people believed
them tuitions of mi impending calamity.
Thi: brilliant shower that occurred on tlie
night of the 27th ot November, 1S72. was
not observed iji the Uuiied State, bci an-
on that night the continent generally w.is
covered by a cloud, und where the sky was
not cloudy the signal ofiiceisof the United
States Army reported, it either as smoky o.
ha7y. It was, howe ver generally oIim tve 1
!:i Europe, where the sky was dear, and on
board of ships on the Alantic, and from
Giitulaud to Biiiil.
According to the above tin n, your rtadtis
may rest their ryes until Thursday Novem
ber, the 13th, on which night, if the sky ii
clear, they w ill in 'all likelihood witness a
uatural scene of beauty which, only on very
rare occasions smiles tion the face of a:j
observer, Joskph E. Mlki.i.ku.
Assistant observer Signal Corp. Unit-.? I
If ou want a good dih of Ovstcro erri-l
iu any style, or a hot cup of coffee, go t
.(! Ohio Levee, next t I. M. R. R. office.
( I pen day and night. Families supplied !y
the can. Selects ."iO cents, ni'diunis
cents per can. A. T. DkBai v
Died, at the residence of Moses Tissiu,
his Mm Willie, aged 10 years and 10 month.-,
from a wound received at Mound City,
Sunday the 2nd in.t. Funeral sen ices a'
10:30 o'clock a. in. A sepcial train will
convey the remains to Villa Ridge.
Friends and acquaintances are invited to
SMALL ADVKKTISKJI EN T.
i I.I. ,1)VE1:TIsKMKNTN In thl. column, nr
1 five line each or l' will he pubHch.nl lura'i
i riitc every Inci-rtinu: 1 leniiili. l.tidia tiumtlic wild
.mi rliuiicrt-. tl am ..t ni.ilitli. Kuril nririi'ltiU'il
line. 'ii i iiK. SIiiihIioiic uioileil fri'v
MTl ATKiN' WANTKo" "
IV- a L'entlvmaii n teurher in public, or prlvaM
Ml.ool. Hue a Hist urmle . . riliKalu. mid ik cuali
n. -d lo tnirb tiie l.uilii. I r.-iirb unit (lemma Int.
eun.'e. Addre-. 'Teariier." cure Kritnk ll.alev.
I ittto, III.
II KAIKt'AKTFIts 1'OU KINK Alt! I1K.'Y (i(UI .
IIiiwh, Arrnn. Tar'elK, h-bontlna t.lovev etc.. u
V. W. llUNDKItSONS, Commercial a vet. e, rr
m rTwelfih street.
Fine Hleul cnirrnvliiKH, fur nlr. f'HUIiot be
niii-ht of the plilillKhetH for lesc limn $15.00 ench.
Will bennld finely for $10. oil ctrli. or the fourler
g;n 0). F.noulrc at Tint hi i i.ktin bindery.
OwNmw and puri haern of Heal Kntnto In Cairo
clnitild be cure they Inmi n piiod lllle. I am no
prepured lo liiruli.il abmracts hi reuniiiible riiie
M. KASTKIiDA V
Otllce In Court House
A ei. or No, Unililc rap und lower ra.!
partly worn, but suitable fop punter or proixnmimo
work, cone If tliiKiif brevier, loan primer, pica, (treat
primer, piiriiu'im und double eiiUMi letters and
Hlturef lull iiud complete, without spaces nod
l it mis.
., FOIt SALK,
I be IiiMoii liirm In ruliickl rounly. on the hanlc
nl the Ohio river, and 4 mile from ft. H. ritotion.
Hid acre -IM acn-a under fence. Orrhnrd of about
ISncrea, Ihif a frcme (Iwulllni: of ll rooms, (iood
. iiM'Tii, ai a (inrusui. yppiv cany.
M.J. llWLKY, It. R.
,1'llve l)nrlle In net mden.
Till AlI'lltrt IVlf I Km Hiiln nrnill-
unnelul llnu 11 I ....
reiipectuble. (Inodn aell rapidly. Wcpayn fiilury
nr ii liberal cntninlisloii on ciilen. Krom $100 to
(pwii month c..tn be made by live men, Hiireelninco
lor nialclnic money Ail dress-THI I'M I'll MAM'
KAl'TlKINii ClL 111) Monrou Ht., OlYlcVtzo
rpo INVKNTOIW AND MEC HANICS.
PATSNTH and how to obtain them. Pamplnt of
III) uiwei. free, upon receipt r Hlnmpn for nomaiM'
AddrfM UILMOIIK, HMITII A CO.,
Voliultora of Patent. ilox:H,