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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13. lS7f.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
t-miU evrr liiwrtlou; 1 month. l.fV; 1 month with EYTKRED AT TI1K Post OFFICE IX CAIRO, IL
out ibur-ire, f 1 l"f month. Knelt ml-lllUitiul
Jlnr. 5 tvM. Mtnatloua wanted frit
FOR It EXT.
A fUrnUhri! bedroom. Keferenci'a Hjnlrt'ii. For
particun:r miure ou me pretniioi. .o do tenia i
Three bedroom furuUhed or nnfuruliilieil one
laive. front room, two entailer room. For further
particular! euqulre tf J(KS. A. A. 1IAKKELL.
1 .1X013, AS SKCOKD-CLASS MA1TEH.
OFFICIAL PAPEHOF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Moniin? Daily in Southern IMnok
GENERAL LOCAL ITE3IS.
During the sickness of Mr. Harrell, Mr,
Flue tfeel enirravinir. fur tale. Cimnot he
lioujftit or the publlntmri. hit Iom than Slo.UUeach. I , . . . . , , . ,. , ,
Wil!beoll lritlyf(rf!0,iiO etch.orthe fourfor trnest lliicleckc lias been installed loca
j:w tl. fcnqMin. at TiiK Hruim bindery. ejtnr 0f .,. Rrr t TIV . .,,.
Owxkk ami purchaser or Kent tetute tn Cairo i,;ni in lin .., c t.,.,t :.. -,i
should be .ur they have a food title. I am now aJ ul "-" '
prepared to turiili-a attract at rc.manie rates, ijc iluly appreciated. E. A. BcilNETT.
Office in Court House
Head Stimrr'a Insula
U"y . fc!fE I " -'... "vn i LV1UIHU.
run n.ii.fe. i
A .u-ricsof No. SOoth'c cai and lower cure I nffi,.,... Ct,. ,!..,... i:..i.. i :. ...jr.
partly worn, hut unliable for poster or programme . "'"v" ""'-w mut- jgin is sune
work. couiitin(of hrevior. Ions primer, pica, jrrent I jng with Croup.
primer, palatini and duuble cut'llna letters Hint
rspirin run and complete
CAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, Juuc the boat will make
the following trip:
LEAVES LEAVES LEAVES
Foot Fourth t MlMoarl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
8 a. m. a. m. 9 &. m.
10 a.n. 10:: a. m. 11 a.m.
i p. m. i-. Vp.m. :i p. m.
I p. ui. 4:10 p.m. 5 p. m.
a. m. ::! a. m. 10 a. m.
3 p.m. 3 -SO p.m. 4 p. in.
' ?TEAM Bo ATS.
POR METROPOLIS AND TADUCAII.
The F.'.eautSidewhcel Paesenzer Steamer
... Man tor.
Leave Ca'ro every afteruoon at 3 o'clock, for
Padneah, MetropolU and way lauding. For
fwiiht or parage apply to SOL. A. SILVEK,
3f RS. C. MCLEAN,
Il.m without a doulit the finest line ol
.Millinery and Fanov Goods
In this city, and
They Miit be Sold
Tkc Ladlee are requested to call and examine
I'rieew Will 1 M:cle tSutirtfactory,
EIOUTH STKEET, NKXT DOOIt TO STL'AIIT S
DKV GOODS HOUSli.
r AY. WHEELER,
Dealer lu alt kimlr. of
Coi-d Wood, StoA-e Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
wltbout Hce and TJ. , of t, . riintrn,
arrived in Puirn vftnp,lnf
FOR SALE. j.
The Wiunton farm In Pulaski couuty. on the hank Arr HnLIrinn nf tl... f, e ..:
ofthe Ohio river. and 4 mile from I!. K. atatiou. -Uuv, u, mm Ui uuuuuuu
ViO acre n) acn-a nnd.T fence. Orchard or anotit Kusenwatcr, has none cast
15 acre. Ha a frame dwelling of if room . Good ' "
ciatero. Atabara u. Ap. y eariv Col. McKeair returned hnmo fmm S
..1 . o. nun un i . it. .icui. i - - .
Louis yesterday morninf', greatly improved
The city scrip will be ready for deliv
ery to the creditors of the city this morn
Frank Redman was in towu yesterday.
He holds the position of second clerk- of
the steamer City of Yicksburg.
The Anchor Line steamers Clinton an l
Yazoo City will be at the landing this even
ing on their way south.
Receipts of Texas cattle have fallen
off somewhat. Shipments yesterday only
aggregated twenty car loads.
Among the Metropolis people that
went to Chicago on Tuesday, were Col. J.
C. Willis and Mrs. Davis.
The Illinois Central incoming train
was tardy yesterday. We didn't learn the
cause making no effort to learn it.
The members of the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union will meet in the
club rooms at three o'clock this tUteraoon.
Registered at the Planter's House, tor
one day, yesterday, were forty-six trausieut
guests. A pretty fair business showing, we
Paper hangers were, yesterday, busy
decorating- the inside of the Alexander
County Dank. The second rlor will be
partitioned into offices.
A new meat shop has been opened in
Mrs. Phillip's building, corner Washing' a
avenue and Fourteenth street. Mr. Law
rence is its proprietor.
A number of Cairo people went to
Chicago on Tuesday. Among them Mr;.
W. P. Halliday, Mrs. Robert" Miller and
Mrs. Will Wright.
Thirty-five carloads of cotton went
north over the I. C. railroad day before
yesterday. The average daily shipment is
The Sun asks: "What iW-s the Bulle
tin know about head cheese, anyhow?"
Nothing. The Sun has a corner on head
The excitement in t!u '-Faultless"
cigar market has not abated in the lea-t.
Everybody calls for it, and everybody
smokes it. Sold by F. ICorsmeyer.
The Illinois Central is building an
other platform. It will extend up the
track a considerable distance, and is beinu'
constructed in a substantial manner.
Mr. John II. Ri-eeher. we understand,
has accepted a position with Mr. E. F.
Davis. Mr. Reedier is apparently cood at
anything lie turns his hand to.
In respect for the memory of John
Holmes, who was an active number of the
company since its organization, the t!aur of
the Delta City Fire Co. floats at half mast.
For sale, a full sett of porcelain china.
and a Wilson sewing jnaeliine, in pi-rfect
order. Will be sold very cheap. Apply
before noon to-day at the Rim.kti.n office.
The piy nils for labor on the n.-w
road lor the month ot October, foot up
$:l,Ki:! 74. Orders have been drawn on
Mr. Dezonin.city treasurer for that amount.
Mr.Thfs Couriers, who died day before
yesterday and was buried yesterday was a
man of family. He leaves a wife and child
to mourn his sudden and untimely takhi"
And still they come. More men call
ing for the "Faultless" io!ir. i iv',.s.
meyer keeps: up the supply and you rati al
ways obtain it there. Corner Sixth mid
Mrs. Vrena fliigclniunn, aged 2'.) years,
living in Rocbestcr, X. y. PjHMimatlsm in
her legs; could not walk. Used one bottle
of St. Jacobs Oil rmd felt, as she asserts
John (I Hannan, Es,,., clerk of the
appellate court, arrived in the city by the
Illinois Central railroad alternnon train yes
terday. He will remain several days, at
tending to business and visiting friends.
Dr. Gordon, tlio attending physician ot
Andrew Caiir. little boy, has strong hopes
of pulling him through. His disease is the
dreaded Spinal mencngitig. Dr. (1. held a
consultation with Dr. Uryant on the case
day befoic yesterday.
western preacher who had been con',
stan try annoyed during services by the in.
ccssant "hacking" of some of the members
of his congregation, upon closing his ser
mon requested such to try Dr. Hull's Cough
fyrup. Price, 2.1 cents.
wood and coal yard:
Tenth Street, Between Wilmington ami
TC OHIO LEYEE.
No dirt or d:it bv mnaaiin-a hcliiu' evpooed to air.
Milk delivered twice a day,
.SEALED IN PINT DOTTLES.
Try It and ee tot ,vourie!vcF.
:J0 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
t ai-u OU delivery of ticket,
;aku. - - . n.i.ixois.
70 Ohio Levee,
Boat Stores and Groceries,
Uf nil kind).
oi'kn riairr and da v.
Frenh Dairy and Ollt Ed Butter. Oyatrra and all
ku4 of fruit when In nuou, ou hand and dellv
rod promptly at reidunr free. Oyatcrt delivered
Potter's majority in New York "grows
small by degree and beautifully less." Not
so with the majority of smokers who vote
tlio "Faultless," the bestdgnr for five cell's
in tlio market. The number increases daily.
Sold by F. Korsmeyer.
An ounce of prevention i9 better than t
pound of cure. A doso of Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup will assist your Baby in teething, and
prevent it from being attacked by Cholera
Infantum, Colic or other diseases with
which Babies suffer.
If any of our readers have freight to
ship, or desire to go themselves up the Mis
sissippi, they will have an opportunity of
tfoing to-day by the steamer Colorado
Capt. Tom Shields will answer all questions
"Jane Ann" is not up there. The Sun
is barking up the wrong tree; at least, we
know a man who is willing to bet two to
one two pumpkins against Davis' head
that the Sun does cot know who is, or was,
The quartette of speakers for to-nii.'ht
hould till Temperance Hall to overflowing.
It is a rare treat tor our people to have an
pportumty to listen, on the same night, to
II. Clay Sexton, R. R. Scott, Col. Geo. Bab-
cock nd Charles Nye.
Large numbers of tickets are bein"
old for the ladies fair and festival at the
temperance hall next Mondav, Tuesdav and
Wednesday nights. Our citizens appreci
ate the cause and are coining forward with
their usual liberality.
The leading feature of the Hibernian
all last evening, was the elegant music
furnished by the Cairo Combination Rarv.1.
under the leadership of Prof. Ge-. Xisen-
berg. The band is a good one and Cairo
may justly feel proud of it.
The chip axe which Sumtnerweil was
sing in shaping the custom house flag
pole yesterday morning, glanced on a chip
:md buried its edge in his leg jut below
the knee cap. The wound was a severe
and painful one, cutting smooth tf the
Judge Comings is the engineer of the
new stove in Elmer's book store. The
Judge kindly explained the intricate work
ings of the many crooks and turns in the
stove to us, as he would willingly do to any
of his friends whg drop in on him when he
is not too busy to talk to them.
Mr. Harrell is improving, but very
slowly. Dr. Dunning inlormeJ us yesterday
that ho would need no more medical atten
tion. We sent him copies ot the Chicago
Times last night. Irthey don't put him
on his tl-et he has a "bad" case.
Dennis Foley, when he returned from
his St. Louis trip, checked up. ruining, a
valuable gold pen that h" left on his de-k
in the clerk's office. He informed our re.
porter yestenay, mat nc profw.? r-.'.-i.
II ail Columbia if he did not hear from it
Here is an item that w think will sur
prise our young people. . C. Jackson,
late salesman with Stratton Si Bird, was
married yesterday in Montgomery, Ala., to
Miss Jennie West, a handsome and accom
plished lady of that fair city. The young
couple have for their future happiness the
wannest wishes of the Bulletin.
It may be unfortunate that John H.
Olwrly owns the property on which the pub
lisher of the Bt LLKTix holds a lease -.m.
fortunate for Oberly but notwithstanding
that fact we shall go on copying coi.;.!i
mentary notices of that gentleman ':,-n-ever
they come under our eye. without ;,-k.
ing permission of the editor of Pittei's or
any other paper.
The city scales is no longer i:(: est
countable." substantial new cr.-::!g
has been laid out to and past them. Now
if tiie authorities will endmn the br. a
down and worn out side walk on the uct
side ot Washington, near Tenth and the
south side of Tenth, near Washiugt e
"thousands will rise up and call th -m
Capt. John B. Phi'.lis was yesterday
s'jvcd from a dangerous fall by his gymnas
tic skill or good luck. He was at work ;it
the top of a twelve-toot step-ladder that,
without warning, gave way under him. In
his fall he caught the .-ash rail of the tran
som ami hung by his lingers until the lad
der was replaced, nnd he reached the floor
.uuiougn tiie .Moumi t ity authorities
Mr. John Hagie is steadily iuipruviu
The soreness has almost entirely left his
limb and ere long we shall expect to see
him again, as of yore, tipping the light fan
tastic at the pleasant sociables given lthe
various Are companies ofthe city.
The machinery for the feather foundry,
which we announced some days ago, would
arrive soon, is at hand. It came from
Jonesboro, and has l.vea placed in the
Buckley building this side of the Catholic
church. The proprietors ofthe foundry, we
uu lerstand, hail trom New Burnside, and
the firm's name is Reed & Etherlv.
THE HIBERNIAN S SOCIABLE.
Tito sociable given by the Hibernian tire
company at their engine house last night,
was a very pleasant Affair and a success i:i
the fullest s.-nse of the word. A large
crowd of people were in attendance, as there
always is. at all balls cr s Tubles given by
the this excellent company.
Doubtless the reception of General
Grant in Chicago last night was tiie grand
est demonstration ever witnessed on the
American continent. The purpose to put
80.000 men, with two hundred bands of
music, in line, was doubtless carried out:
aud at night, the whole city, the' heavens
and Lake Michigan was s-t a blaze with
Mr. Hayes h:c appointed Thursday, No
vember 27th. as : day of National Thanks
giving, prayer anl praise t: Almighty God
for all the numerous materia! blesings
showered upon this fair land fours. G a
Cullom has also issue 1 his proclamation,
fixing the same day as a day of Thanks
giving. Xmv let everybody get readv tlwir
turkeys, oysters, rumpkin and mince pie-,
an I all the other go. d things f.r a grand
dinner, and family reuni on two Week? from
State finance b-jo.mi.ng.
Apparently the finances of the State of
Illinois also are booming, and the Gov
ernor, it is announced in a pr.!ign.d-l o:s-
patch. will shortly isue a proclamation
ca..mg :n auoe.t a quarter ot a million ;
State bon is f. payment. This iaclud
the entire amount up.& which the State l.-.s
option of payment before maturity, and
will reduce tiie entire amount of the debt
to less than half a million dollars.
ST. LOUIS' FIRE CHIEF.
Mr. H. ClaySoston, the Chief of the Firo
Department of St. Louis, is expected in this
city to-day, and, it is said, he will address
the R'.'fortuclubonthe subject of temperance
to-night. Mr. Sextoti is an earnest and effect
ual temperance worker and we hopo all
our people, even those who differ with lilm
on the subject he speaks of, will turn out
and hear him. The tollowing compliment
ary notice of Mr. Sexton as a fireman came
to our eye yesterday. We find it hi a his
tory of St. Louis published in book form:
'Among the first to reach the scene of
threatened disaster is the Chief of the De
partment, Mr. II. Clay Sexton. It has
never been explained how he manages it,
but it is nevertheless a general fact, that it
matters not what part of the city is threat
ened by a great conflagration, II. Clay
Sexton is anion:; the first t,j reach the post
ot duty. Alw ays a'.ert, sober, dear-headed,
quick in perception, powerful inaction, if
any city can claim a Chief of the Fire De
partment who thoroughly un lerstan is Ids
ouslness, St. I.juis is entitled to prefer that
Tiie losses by fire in St. Louis are !es in
proportion than in any ether American
city. That speaks v, tH tl r the i fliciency c f
of.r fire department. It is the best organ
ized tire brigade in America."
WESTON VS. PIN A For.::.
It has frequ-ntly been said that no horn
could equal the best r-.-c r 1 of a man in a
six day nee. The fall icy of this notion
was demonstrated in the r. cent San Fran
cisco contest between men an i lKr-L-. A
common looking be:; '.rem a liv, ry .table.
CUV.e'l Piunt'w, lurried ".".I miles beat;!)!'
the best human performance, that of Wes
ton, by nine miles. Pinaf-.re is a gelding,
eight years old, w ithou: a pedigree. Two
otiier horses made 3-1$ and 314 miles, while
the foremost man .-cored onlv :;T3.
After a long, tfiious aui painful afflic
tion, Mr.Ji.l.n D. H umes bteathed his last
tins morning at the residence of his mother-in-law,
Mrs. S-ites, at 13 minutes past 5
O'clock. Hi- la.-t hours were Comforted bv
the presence of his w i:V, mother, si-ters and
;er relatives and fri' u is. He wa per-
teti'.y conscious ur t. th -v rv m.-itii..nr i.f
iis-ol;:t;ou, a.id wa able to speak a few
words to !d wife iu-t a little !!, .'..fit',
"it failed in the ,.:y ,rt ,,, communicate with
jis brother. He dh-d as e..-i'y a wa
Pile from the complicated character of the
ilsease I Mia which he suffered. Hi- age
was ate .tit .'!" y. ars. but fbr about three years
lie 1.3 I suffered Untold agony ; and although
all that travel, climate an i medical skill
an 1 attention. tvuM possibly do, was done
f rhiin. it was in va::i. Probably no man
1 1 h-.s.ag" ever di" i in Cairo, leaving be
hind hint iu t- an! warm, r and truer
friend, than .bh:i II ilities. Br.ive. honest.
:'ilil.:';i! and geiier.m-. he h id thee ::ridei:ee
of all who knew him. Peace
. and may the Father of All
st:h-k n wife an ! f itherle-s
kn "V the f warmly sym
a tie m ;:; "heir :r;( arable lo.s.
frequently, she resolved on revenge. It
wi late at night, while in religious medi
tation, ana "homeward bound" front this
office, that we met the trio above men
tioned on the "high walk." They had evi
deutly just met, and their conduct was
both boisterous and-"unretined." It ap
peared that the yoifog man's heart had, tor
his first love, began freezing and froze, and
he now took to cruelly teasing, and toze,
the girl lm had loved to be squeezing, and
squozc. "Wretch !" she criedi vhen Le
threatened to leave hor, and left, "How
could you deceive me as you have decepti"
And he answered, "I promized to clkavk,
and I've cleft." Suffice it to say, in conclu
sion, they are all up-town folkses.
CAIRO TEMPERANCE REFORM CLUB.
' All w;
TIIE METHODIST" O i.neEREXC E'S
The Iiluois Methodist Conference ha,
pa-sed resolutions recommending that cau
tion be exercised in receiving traveling
evangelists, who must not be permitted to
hold services except with the permission of
the pastor in charge. Tiie Conference al-.
condemned those camp meeting- where
gate fees are taken, where Sunday excur
sion trains are encouraged and where ioj.
nece-sary trafficking is carried on. Better,
-ays the Conference, do without camp uvi t-
'ui cut: ::
' I'.lowing i xp'.nati- n o:
w.r i "!.. w a," from
::e trial. As It .,ie al! tie
mage t- (:;' f our wcl
th - matt- r becomes of Ik
7I1H MF.ETI.N. LAST MO!IT.v LARGE CROWD
AND A VARIED AND Plii.tSA.NT PI'.O
C'UAMME OK KXKIKIsKS.
The number and character ot the aud
itors assembled at the hall of the Temper
ance Ref rm Club last night was a gracious
and deserved compliment to those ladies
and gentlemen who devote so much of their
time to the redemption of men from that
demon of all demons driuk. The hall, us
it had been the night before, was crowded
with apparently wdl-satislied and hv-.v
peop,, both ladies aildgeutletiun.
When we arrived in the hall Mr. John
Lmegir, of Mound City, v. ho had appar
ently been speaking for stnietime,
was delivering, in well chosen words,
a very fluent and effective address.
He said, among other tilings, that
a man who drinks at all seldom takes h.-..,
than three drinks per day; the moderate
drinker from eight to twelve driuks, anl
he had heard of men taking as nu.,y ;H
twentv-five and fifty. He Commented on
the co.tof the-e: tiie fact that in drinking
he d-ptived his f.anilyr.f that which was"
their., and that although men robbed their
fitnilics m this way, tiiey had less right t u..
this than to rob their neighbors. He referred
iu impte-sive terms to the fact that the con-fes-;ons
of ninety-nine men out ot every
hundred who died on the gallows, ascribed
their evil deeds to liquor; that to this, rd
mot ' without any exception, could le
traced all the crime in the land. The
speak-r then referred t.. the Mound City
lire: that had be,.-n a sad calamity, but that
wi.ica was t:,i. sa,iest
cc r. -
The re e
the r i
the - -s.
p. :u :n our h al
tleetel w;!h it was tho d.-.'', .f
Willie Teier wii lud been stabbed t.
death with a knife in the hands cf a
druukt :r-r.egr i. Young, innocent and full
of life, hi-body miw lies in the tomb; yt)
man. sai 1 the pik r impres,!ve!yt had a
tight to make hi:::-. -If crazy wi:!t drink
a:.d the law excu.-e.l no criay.- coiundtte I
U:td. r its influence. He c-ncluded by a -;
.i ..! , ; . ......... i .. i , . . . " .
, " oe- o.;.e.t iii-u..t te ca..e I
: upon to t..'.k. He had never sei-a or.'
I who was unable t talk and this was a "... d
purp .se an ti-:u;.era::ce a
'jeet. e on.y heard Mr. I.ir.eg-.r
i mu;i is
; lace for t!
goo I t
1 iraliout tea minutes, but the applause he
receive i during that time, r.ud upon rttir-
is remarks were appro-
i ing. I'Micateo t
late-1 bv the V
w and aid i:
l . i
ings than to hac thtm wi
:u -ucii obiectioa-
telegraphed to Chicago asking the
churches of that city to contribute for tiie
relief of their suffering, we have been
unable to hear of a single effort made by
the churches of that city in behalf of the
needy Mound Cityites. When Chicago
was in ashes the genenns citizens of
Mound City were among the first to assist
with ca-h and otherwise, but now?
We yesterday printed the invitations
to the wedding of Miss Ella Walbridge
nnd Mr. Will O. Bobbins. The marriage
ceremony will be performed at the Church
of the Redeemer at 1 p. ni. next Wednes
day. This is a good local item that we
have been suppressing for two weeks. As
the invitations will be sent out this morn
ing we do not feel bound to secrecy any
longer. Mis.s Daisy Bobbins m expected
in Cairo in time for the wedding nnd will
remain through the winter.
The members of the Delta City Fire
Company are requested to meet at the
engineer house at 13 :!!0 o'clock to-dav. to at
tend the funeral of our late member, Jno, D,
Holmes. S.J. 1 1 1.-m f , Sec'y.
BRAINARD'S MUSICAL WORLD.
The Nuvenib-r number of B.-ainar'.'
Mu-icul World c.mes to us promptly, and
with the usual large and varied amount of
valuable mu-ic and ir.u-ica! r.ews. The
present number contains two n-w songs,
"Sailor Jack" and "One Lock of Hair;" a
new waltz by Streabbog, the celebrate. I
"Teufe! March," by Suppc, and a tine pot
pourri by .U;cy from Verdi's "Ma.sk !
Ball." Tiie mu.-ic. if purchased in sheet
form, would cost $3.00. !lMd is here given.
together with sixteen pages of interesting
musical misccliany and new.-, and a li:n.
vignette of Capon!, the tenor, for fifteen
cents. The publishers offer to send tin
Musical World for three months, October
November and December, as n trial, for
tweuty-five cents. Subscription price $1.3n
per year, and ' all subscriptions received
wiring November will get the November
nnd December numbers free. Address tin-
publishers, S. Brainard's Sons, 13 state
street, Chicago, 111.
a- we. i g;v an . :;;:, au i a m
word as arybo (.;.. .
it was at a can iy pu
r'-i I'-nee, in Bran h n v
Joe Phillips, Row i t' l a
Mr-. P. came in:
"Now. Mr. Philll:-. ;
we in i
ug to ::
After congregation-.! -ir.ging, Mr. W. M.
'i:::am.s mentioned the sudden death of
Mr. John D. I Minus, ouc'of the ciem!ers of
everything i- re:; iv. in
ar.or sa :::.-,
gue-ts int i
It is not
the dining loom,"
Capt. Joe turne I ar
tiie camly is cooki .it" r ;
iit.wo.vos and come in."
certain, but ('apt. Phillip., h ;
wriiing tlio ou!-.stirriug s : g:
" ' . .l! t'e- !.en " '. '-. ;!! .'.cf
t'f 'i :. tr-i.-y r a.- '
The I.oui.viih- Comnuiiia
grease vi ur
Mr. Holmes had ever been true
' hi- pledge, i.a-1. but two hour- !.e!'ore hi-d.-.th.
ha-i nude thl- affirmation. Rev. B.
Y. G.-orge au i Mr. G. M. Aidcn were ap
pointed to draft resolutions of respect in
memory i ! Mr. Jlolnn -. and the dub wa.-iuvit-d
to attend the funeral at 1 p.m.
An original p.K-i,i a very gi.d (.-it bv
Mrs. L. J. Rittenhot: ,w as t!u.n rea l Lr
The audietn c was
lie CTeiCt ol
evid, ntly pleased with both the poem a"e
it Was read.
I the maiin-r in wldch
-:.s it i-
A Mr. ('has. Hammond wa then called
upon fur an ad d:s.s and spoke about fif-t-vii
luiiHltes, and was followed bv V-
j c.a-ic, but x 1 1 tit noes not alti r our iirt.(,i. ! y, tv',.-iv. ," .r ., : .,e, t...-., i...t .-
i.ou. t apt. .ioe is liocoidxeii. ami the an- ; m. n comtnande 1 the i !
n'.'lf I! nhrn .U'r,1t ,i .. - ... , 1 ... ...... I., i . - . . .
. v . c iiioy i au'iietice, M-vera.o:
pui.mg, wliicn is enough to give it n hoaty called upon f ;
ciiaracicr. iio'inii it us you n.ay. ; t.Vl
.;.cr a song ano t.ie aunou.ncene. ut that
Utt-Utl Ul cf the
ur citizens were then
'c!e. s, but exc:;se,i tlielu-
LOOK AT THESE PRICES.
If you want a good dish of ( )stcrs serve
in any style, or a hot cup of coffee, go to
30 Ohio Levee, next to I. M. R. R, office,
Open day and night. Families supplied by
the can. -elects .w cents, mediums 40
cents per can. A. T. D;.:',.u'n,
Real ostrich tips, 33 to 30 cents apiece
feathers and wings, io t(l i:)f,.llts pi,.
50 trimmed hats, at 3d cents each; 30
trimmed hats, at 73 cents each; children's
Cloaks, 1 00 to f2 00 eac l: ladies' and chil
dren's leggins, 50 to 73 cents: stockings,
5 to 23 cents; handkerchiefs, 5 to 25 cents.
A large stock of Price's perfume, and an
entire new stock of jewelry at
M us, s. Williamson's.
THE COURSE OF TRIE LoY,!. ETC .
She i- on" of Cairo's fair daughters, and
being such, what Here natural Man that
i. . .i. ..ii i .. .. ... .. ..
sue Minui.i ii.oe smitten or," ol
"nicest" of male men. For d.r-s m
, ti:e Woman's I'hii-'l.'n Ti Mp.-rtmT- Union
i would meet in tin- hall at h n.m.. to-dav
n.ect.ng teiiiiin I'.i-i n; about !i;:.o
) o c!oc
i . . i
ces-io,, he might have been , en in;i -id , ' ',' C.:ii:' w,!l 1,0 1
nieiancliolv state,,!" min i I VniiiMH gentlemen
.ioio.au in-e expee'een to in- present an 1
! !,,1'-I:'l-,-"" the n'ow-i, among whom it is
th-:ught will he Ir. II. ( lay Sexton, of St.
L. ui-, of whom we publish a notice m nr.-
'.lo r column.
streets -sometimes following and some,
times managing to' meet the lady of hi
love. He could obtain in. introduction
and. naturally enough, his h-arf. every
time he saw her, ke: t sinhiu - nis.l ,u-,!.
a:id his eye meeting hers, kept winking I K. M. K. C. ATTENTION!
and wuuk; while she, in her turn, feil to ,' You are requ- ded to hum t nt the ha!l
thinking, and thunk. II- has'-iied to w-.,, ! this .Thursday, day at 1 3 ::i0 o'clock, sharp,
her. mid sweetly he wooed, f..r 1.1, J, .-,.. in fu, 1 r.-galia. to attend the funeral of :r
grow c, i until ton mountain it grew e-l. and : late brother, J.h. D. Holmes. P. G. M. B
what he was longing to do h ,, ,, -pe,, l , rder ofthe ICrew.
secret he wanted to ..peuk tb- ii lie ..poke- j p. M. Walker, R. II. S.
v.w-eiv u ii. - itps wnat i, is le urt hid I
long soke; so lie managed to h.t the truth '
leak nnd it hike. The kiss he was .lying i
t'steal then he stole; at her I'vf he'w,;" ,
longing to knee!. Mm he kn ;- ; and ',,.
said, "I fed better than ever I f,!;.," s, j
they to each other kept dinging and clung, I
VMii.e tun., in sui;'t circuit kept wringing
"d wung, but sid was tiie thing he "was
hringing and bruug.
The truth'is, that no sooner had he ob-
tamed the contldemai and love of his irirh
then he was smitten by another charmer,
and he instantly dropped the old for the
new. This, of course, kindled the wrath of
Miss No. 1 , n n 1 seeing her former lover aud
No, 2 arm in arm. on the high sidewalks
I.'oU-EitEEPERS, ATTENTION :
Then: are only two weeks left in winch
to se,,ure useful and ornamental articles for
your kitchen, previous to our holiday dis
play. Wo show new articles on our 5 and
lOccut tildes to-day. We also uhow on
our 25 cent counter new and useful articles
never shown before in this city. A visit of
inspection will amply repay ou,
C. U. S'lTAKT, Eighth s,rc,,t.
MRS. Sh WILLIAMSON
Invites the public to call and examine her
stock of trimmed hats and other millinery
goods, notions and fancy articles, which sln
will exhibit on Thursday, Friday and , Sat
urday ol' this week. ,