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TIIK DAILY CAIUO HULLETIK SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, '1880.
SMALL ADVEUTWF.il KXTS.
A l.L AltVKHTISEMSNTK t thU column, ol
UY Sve line each or Kwk w ill Ih i.ul.llidied lor
cent one limertloti: 8 times. :fi c.iii ; I e.k,
I Dionlti. 1.50; a month wltho.tt cbaui(e, $l.tf p
monih. lacii adiltll.ni.il Hue, irorala. Mtiutlot
, Tn Si. rc room, on Sixth atreet mar Levee. lor
Information, apply to . r. hou-mvtiu.
Sixlb xtrii i and !..
I'Olt BALK SAFE !
"W e have at the Bulletin ofil ec. tie from tliu far
lory, t uv li. Moaler, Hatimnuo.t Co. ale. that f
w III null at i oarnalu.
.winter. .Setvln;: and ut'r mIuoii fixtures for
Hit ai a M. .1. now m .
Id'l i-aintu fctfetit,
KiR HE NT.
. The Aiili. rv promirt on llolhroolc ave. Cheap
I. ...... 1 If , If .... 11 L' A
l.i H U.hmi if ns.n,. ., . .1 . Ill I.K 1 . It . r. . .T'.l III.
Owsrio. i.iid piinln"r of rest tate. jit lalro
mould Iw Hire tliev luvf a pHMl t He. I mil now
prepared 0, Mru;sli ai.tract at r" 'iiniMe rut".
Otllot? in Cunt Hoee.
Eti!ilm Kicnl a clerk, wiiceni.- i. narehnii-rntaii
Wati'bua'.a or lu Djr capacitt . Ili.no no i-aoicv.
lire ! e i ork. .MitlN UK Ki'ii KI
Au O'd.r good for If applied on aii fy!e
nrtiank !U.;oniei.iiou riiino. W 111 be i-olu low
Apply t thin orttci'.
Al'f'LES AND HAY.
2.0 buflirl cbolca found apple, in bulk, at $l,ft)
-,ier nn jei. una narr apt-cked apple at M) cent"
juTlmiii' lMli. M. Alden'a CotumirfloD Store. ;s
Uhlo Lf vie. Also one car load of damaged hav at
suction, on Monday ivtu iti.t.. at -.' o ilix k In "the
K"r !.' i wot! a- o nitU tui.hi; caiva.
-ol FreU Ki oliier, Ktifh-.h.itWt.
Hot SKKEEI'F.K WANTED
To Woes lu,ni. f r a widower i!h otu- rUi'.d.
drum I'. O Box TO-i. Cairo. IVa.
h. marean, sr. d,
Hop.iott iiitliic physician ami Snr?eon.
.fll .e 14.) . amercial avvnae. Residence cornet
" e.rU-er.oi M. and Waotiitiitlon avenue, Cairo.
!l. K. W. WHITLOCK,
yi k-No. y.'f, Commercl.il Au-mie, between
Kigt.'tt slid Sititii Street
U. W. C. JOCELYN.
DEN T 1ST.
Ol'l'K'K Eighth S.'rwt. near Commeaial ATetine.
NOTARY I'L BLIi .
Notary ruljlie ami Couvpyunci'i'.
OFFICR:-Wlth the WluouV andOoniniW Mu
t'lai Aid Society.
70 Oliio ltvt-c.
Ileal. -r I:,
Itoat Stores and (iniceries.
or ;i ic!ri'i.
OI'KN -NIOIIT AND DAY.
Kre.a I)airy aiirtfil t VAr llutt.-r. Oy-tem nd all
ki.id ol fruit when in fenn.iii. ou hatid aud di-liv-s:efl
protuptit at reidenco' Tree. Oit m delivered
7(5 OHIO LEVEE.
No d.rt or du"t ly ineure heiu.' exposed to air,
Jliik deii.er.'C l ice a day,
SEALED IN VINT BOTTLES.
Try It aud tor yo'.ire;re.
J') PINT TICKETS 0'E DOLLAIJ!
l h ni delivery of ticket'.
ALL SORTS. SIZKS AND STYLES,
IDA. V I DSON'S.
Aln MHtitil.ii turer of at.d Dua'i r in
TIN. C-OFTKUi SIIKET-IUOX WAKE.
t"frA! Kv.ii' or j
Woi.K Minis To 0SUE; JJ
sT. LOLI. CAI1M) AND I'ADLCAH.
T'le K.i .'t;t Sidenuec! I'a'tiij;. r Steamer
Leave. Ca-ro Kry Mot....r and Tli.ir....y fr
J up ilrrt!i i.i. St. I oum. and way landlii-..' Kor
fn-iKQt or paase apply to SOI,. A. S 1 1 VK II
iCl n TTATTCil
J. T. WAHREX A- CO.
04 & 00 W. Second St.
Koroma und D.iruc.tlc dried and cautad Friiltn and
Vretalil. Cutitied. dried aud alt Flu. Pick
I a, hiiuren. Oila and Coudltiiei.U, Simp
"tultt. Itakliu I'owdnr, "louiid and
wlnde Nplren. Toilet and Laundrr
Koapo, See !. Jelllc, 'n'orr
1'aticy nuccrl( aud i ro
tor.' Hiitidrteo .
Stock nnimrHllflcd in tlio West.
SEXD FOR OUR "(JROCErvS" MANUEL.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTKUKU AT 1 UK IHW-TJ OKKICK IN CAIRO, IV
UNOIH, A? W.VXD-CI.AM MATTER.
OFFICIAL r.rER OF ALEXAXUEIt COl'XTY.
Only Morninj Dull v iu Soullieru Illinois.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
A new shoe hurts Mike Horn.
-See tlii? next President, Tuesday niyht
H.v. Dr. Whittakcr continue tf itn
The ij)e water is rising at the rate o
halt an inch per day.
-('apt, V. D. Dunlap, of the Irous:de
is at the St. Charles.
-Mr. Pr. W. It. Smith and children re
turued on the steamer W. V. Halliday yes-
-Chicago Tribune : "M. 15. Ilarrell, f
Ths Caiuo Bclletix. is registen:d at the
Mr. Via E. Otis, of Independence
ivas, is in tlte citv visitim; Iriemls. lie is
a -nK'st at the St. Charles.
YV. B. Thomas, Temptraiice Hall'
Tuesday nitrht. January '.'Oth. Admission
"j cents: no reserved seat.
The rivtr is at a stand, Imt the "Fuu't-
li?s.s"cifsrar goes off rapidly as e'er. Sold
I'V F. K'trsniever.
The E. M. Norton and lart i still
inij at thr font it' Fourteetith street, un
loading railroad iron forth? use of the Illi
nonis Central road.
Chicago Tribune: '-II. S. Penningti.n,
Cairo, Ul General Freight Agent Cairo &
"incennes railroad, is a guest at the Gard
-Tlit- Memphis local injector of steam
boats wi'd urrive in this citv on Ti:e.dav or
Wednesday nevt. YVe give this hit rt de-
siml'le intormation for the benefit of thoe
Tickets for V. 15. Thomas, Tuesdav
night. January 20th at Tenierance Il.dl.
can be had at Coleman's book store aud
Ctauming's liook store, C. R. StuartS lry
'''mm1s store. '
It look" as though, this would be the
otT year for ice. It takes all the husbanded
industry and vitality of the clerk of the
we:itlwT to produce a crop once iu two years
in this latitude.
Our merchants should leware of coun
terfeit rive and ten dollar bills. Si vi-rti!
have been passed in thii city during the
pa-t few days by a gang of men who are
still cupposed to intcst the city.
It is reported that a number of horses
in the vicinity of Mound City have been
poMitieti from eating rotten corn. It is
said that rotten corn will not hurt Pattl
n-'ir hog. Inn is injurious to horses.
The change in the Illinois Central
time table takes eil'i-ct to-day. The express
train leaves Cairo t ;J:20 p. in. instead
:20 as heretofore ami connects for Cincin
nati, Indianopoli, ttiitl Louisville.
A foot race is on the tapis, in which
Mr. Geo. YVii hert will be one of the chief
participant-. We only know that it will be
a mile rate and those desiring further in
formation should apply to the genial Joe
The Reform club contemplates giving
a grand musical concert at the Athcnetim
some time before Lent. The best nsusietil
talent in the city mid probably some from
abroad will he secured ia order to m ike it
worthy of patronage.
Mr. Thomas Robinson, father of the
manager of tiie St. Charles, hu been in
"tailed cletk of that hotel to till the vacan
cy occasioned by the resignation of Mr.
Swallow. Mr. C.J. Howe still holds his
portion as one of thr; clerks.
The "Faultier" five cent cigar, sold by
F. Ivorstneyer. is a pure llavimu tilled, with
bright wraptHT and is the be,i five rent
cigt.r ever put on this market. Manufac
tured and old by F. Korsmeyer. w holo:dc
anil retail Tobacconist, Ohio Levee, corner
The Chicago Tribune of the lGth inst.,
publLihe an account of the transactions of
the Illinois Social Science association which
met in the Tremont houe iu Chicago on
the blth. And from the proceedings we
see that Mrs. If. II. Candee was elected to
fill a vacancy on the standing committee of
art. At the same meeting Mrs. E. C. Ford
was elected a member of the association.
A dispatch was ycatcrday evening re
ceived by Mr. Aisthrope from Mr. YV. G.
Hughes, stating that if Mrs. Hughes' chib
deru would hcj their mother alive, they
must come ut once to Fomeroy, Ohio. Mrs.
Hughes has been tmwell for (piite a time
and visited Fomeroy iu Hettrch of health.
The iiews of her dangerous illness will be
received with sorrow and surprise by her
We note a change in the timn card of
the Illinois Central railroad, to take effect
irt noon to-day. The express will arrive. 13
minutes later in tho afternoon, and the mail
arrives mi the old time card in the morning.
The mail leaves nt 3 o'clock in tlic morning
or 20 minutes earlier than before, and the
express leaves at 3:20 in the afternoon
making close connection.! with the O. & m!
for Vineonue ami Cincinnati.
Correspondents of the Press association
report that the distress in Ireland is in
creasing. Five hundred inhabitants of
'uilabrg district, county Limrick, are on
tin; point of starvation. They iroceedtd in
a body to Croom, and ohtainei four cart
loads of bread, by urgent rcpesentation of
their extremity. The streets of Cork are
patrolled by mounted police, nd the mag
istratcs of that city passed roolutions urg
ing greater activity in suppressing demon
strations paitakiug of the natire of bread
riots, aud asking for the appontment of ad
ditional police. At a meetln; at Birken
head, the mayor prcsidiug, it was resolved
to raise subscriptions for In. duchess of
If. .-II . 1. C... 1 w f
.uai iiioroiign lutlil..,'
The Southern Illinois Medical associa
tion meets in this city, in tie Rough and
Ready tire company's hall, n Wednesday
next and there promises to be a large at
tendance. There lire several questions to
be submitted to the association, and among
them, the question, w'nther or uot
it is professional for an 31.
P. to contract his services by
the year, without regard f the regular fees
adopted by the association or
local profession will be cotsidered.
Several very instructive dicourses
will be delivered which may be attended
without cot and many of our citizms will
doubtless avail themselves of the opportu
nity artonleit aiol graeo tho hall with their
presence. The association is a younr one,
but its membership has rapidly inereaswlof
late and it now embraces all the best talmt
of the medical fraternity in Southern 111)
A white hotel keeper, named G. G.
Seals came over lrotn East Cairo yesterday
to see the sights of our city and, became
.trunk. While in that condition he with
much independence, flourished a pocket
knife near the coiner of Eight and Levee
and in a lKiiterous manner demanded to
seethe man who dared to interfere with
him. He was a man who had seen much
of the world, he said, and though the
world is .said to make men drunk as much
as wine, the loudness of his breath spoke
plainly that to the world must not be attrib
uted his tipsyness. After loafing about the
corner a few minutes he entered a saloon
near by. kept by an Italian, and demanded
a drink from the woman who was tending
bar. The woman refusing to accommodate
him he made a pass at her with his l-i'e,
cutting through her clothes im-i inflicting a
slight wound under ':r riilit arm.
Constable Hotrim was notified and arrested
the fellow: brought him belore Squire
Robinson for trial, but being found too
lirunk was hioked up.
The governor has appointed Robert
Lincoln tin-tee of the Illinois Central rail
rottd, iu place of ?Iorris Ketehum, of New
York, lately deceased. This trust whs
created in the charter of the Illinois Cen
tra! railroad company when Morris Ketch
iim, John Moore, and Samuel I). L'ckwood
were ve-ted with the legal title to the gov
ernment grant of lands and to all the prop
erty of the railroad company in trust first
to secure to the state the construction of the
contemplated railroad with the proceeds of
the land donated, and next to secure the
payment t-f moHpys borrowed on the lands
to aid in such construction. The act pro
vides tlitt as vacancies occur, thev shall bo
tilled tir-t by the governor, next by the rail
road company, antl so on. alternately. When
lohn Moore died Gov. Oglesby appointed
Gen. John M. Palmer. Upon the death of
Judge Loc.kwodd the railroad comptany ap
pointed YV. K. Ackc.rm.in, who has since be
come president of the company, and now,
upon the dent), ,,f Morris Kefchum, the last
survivor of the original Uwrd, Gov. Cullom
has made the appointment of his successor.
a- above stated.
The en-.- of Harriett iienanl. one of
the colored fem il.' courtesan- win) were ar
rested some time ago al by Squire Com
ings dismissed on the promise of Bill Scott
that they should appear when wanted, was
decided by a jury in Squire Osbom's court
yesterday evening. She was summoned
before Squire R ibi:i-on fa-t Fri
day a week, took a change of venue
from his court, and Squire Comings
being sbsent, she had to Im taken to Os
boru. The city attorney asked for a jury,
which was, after much dittieulty sen red by
Friday evening last. The names of the jury
men ai-: II. F. Gerould. C. Ci e, Wm.
Eichhoii", Win. Denny. Jno. Hen lerson.
and Waiter Wiikerson (colored). The trial
began in tin; Arab engine hotts-, but
was transferred from there to the court
house. The greater portion of the day w.-.s
taken up in examining witnesses and the ar
gument lasted until 0 o'clock when the ca-e
was giveu to the jury. After a short delih
ertition they announced that they fotu.il
Harriet guilty titnl fixed her fine at forty
dollars mid costs, making in all lifty-tivi.
dollar-, or imprisonment in the city jal;
for fifty-three days. Not having the fifty,
five dollars, she was sent to Jul I where sic
will have to languish nearly two month-,
unless Bill Scott carries out the programme
begun by employing counsel for the de
fense, and graciously forks over the chink-.
Alderman Linegar, in his speech de.
fending Harriett Bennard against the
charges made by the prosecution, referred
to the papers of the city
He said, in substance, that tho
conduct of the depraved wretches against
whom such au outcry had been raised could
not possibly have as baneful an influence
iiMu the public min I us the publication of
their various deeds of wickedness and tho
parading of their charactf r in the public
press must necessarily have, He could
hardly have been more explicit ill his refer-
ence to The Bulletin iu this respect,
for the other pnpers have, cither from a
lack of backbone, or a wrong conception of
their duty in the promises.pcrsisted in keep
ing profoundly silent ; not saying even a word
eithei in approbation or condemnation of
the proceedings, the result of which, are of
so much importance to the city's welfare.'
It maybe that Mr. Liuegtr was right that
The Bulletin', like the Sun and Argus
should havo looked silently on whiic
rowdies, thieves aud prostitutes wen
overrunning the city au.l currying
on their nefarious biHin.'s-) wit'.i lut little
molestation; that we should not hare pro
tested, when almost every week a disgrace
ful fracas occurred in their rendezvous, in
which knives and pistols were invariably
flourished by black rutHan.s of 'n il: sex,
and which seldom ended without bloodshed.
We should perliaps have wii:ke 1 at the in
efficiency of our or liuatn.es au 1 the ease
with which nearly all criminals of a cer
tain cla.-s escaped justice. This vrc;!d
have been the course that Mr. Liuegar
would pronatfly nave pursued and
which the other journals have pur
sued. But' wf , codd nctseeit iu
that light. YVe ' believe -s it ty be
our duty to txposeievt-ry tvr. ng that e.ilcts
the community at large au.l to condemn or
applaud wherever either may be called for.
and we believe that to be the only way iu
which aav wrong1 can be righted.
The usual services to-dav in the Ger
man Lutheran church by Rev. E. ICuq'pe.
Service-iu the Episcopal cianvh to
day as Usual, conducted i y ;'.. . Pav; i
Father Hogm conducts service- ;q St.
Joseph; Catholic church t--d.iy. it the
Rev. George will osfieiuty in t!.- P: s
byterian church iu the foreu-a. rfvrm-ou
Hud evening, at the u?ual hou;..
The A. M. E. congregatijL will hold
services iu tit? Cliri.tian this f..-.-uoor., af
ternoon aid evening.
Oa account of tic ilin-. of H.v.
Whittaker tiiere wit: be in ; r-ichit.g iu
the Metm-list church to-dav. ,ya.iiy
$dol iyi:I oonreae at the usuil livur, iw -
THE NII'VIA!.- oK MU. Kf.AXK L. ft.:iWK
AM) Mt- KANN.'k'b. lUStl HOLEMMZEfJ IS
GUACK CHVlitU. PAIV( AH, O.V 1H2 I -tilt
The most elegant wed ling tint ever oc
curred iu IVlucal: tonic pluoe at niH-u t;
day at Grace t Ep:-fpali ci.urc!:. on Broad
way. Tne parties unite ! in marriag-. were
Mr. Frank L. Gal:g,;er. t-f Cairo, I;'.-., and
Miss Finr.it? B. Rai.b. of tins city. The
groom is tite eldest ..n of Mr. Chi.'GV.is:;.
cr. of Cairo, and wtt, accompanied Uitht r
by his parents, br tle.-ran i numerous friends
an 1 relatives from Cairo an i t. Loui, : ttn:
tnde is the daughter of Mr. G. F. Rabb. of
tih city, a young lady woo is a gieut favor
ite It-re on uccount of her uitnv g ?od
q.cilitie- and varied ac-i.ipi'ihm.'nts.
'the ceremony was peiforu.ei i,v
tie R.-v. Stephen Biruweli. .f St.
John's i hatch. L-uisville. Kv. The
attendants were Mr, ..e.j. B.el.x'c. ot St.
Louis, be-t nun. a:i i M -.-ir-. L. P. Jen...,,
Gi-.en FowW-r. E. T. YVor-lfolk. Jr.. Geo.
LarigstarT. Jr. and T. J. Flouraov. of Pi-
durah. I tie t ir.t --to, i.. n-.oo.l.. of
evergreen wov. n int; a di i l -tn at the t,,i,
ano a wait- flora; hors..oe. ma 1- or
bud. hycinths, caii:r.ias, j v-oituitie.
hung over tueir :j 'a l. in front f th
go.ia swung in iiam.iu.j shaped ced ir. a
beaut. : u !ne:.i g-aui i.t the m:trt.
bri'lal c 'iipl;.-. T:.!? grvoai wi.r? th
welding .-u.t. t:t i tie' hrl-i.s dr
au I briri i.! s:.l; tr..n::i-d
with bridili veil and mttora: .r
:n-. .-he also v;o-e e!"gan: i: t
niotp: etrnrig'.. trie g.tt ot t'.- 1 1'.ieu' i
mother ot the gro.ua.
The wia-Sow- were cc.-d . i t!i church
w.i- iiguted I'V a cileiuui i in;:- ov.r ti4e
front die-, -.virced :.yMr.J.J. Malon-y. of
tin- trand ";-rs i' t:-e. -r. L-iuis. wui'.u;
duKtigt:.'? i c;:,y t.ir-w vi.-ie ci-;s,
purpl". I tve:; i.-r, g;--?;rn. etc.. on tic? v.-.-d-iling
par';,', : inking .!, !--iri:jl !r.-- of
the bri-i-' i 1 l-i ail the ni ;-e b.v-lv wit', i-.s
alternating light. There -a a - a 1 rg : cro i
pr-e::r to wjtoe- .!- marti-tg a:e! listen
to th- - le::: E:.:c.;;-i! s.- .'vii.'e.
Aft r t e? ce'eiic-uy the choir mug a
bea'triru. appeal f:r divine f-iv.-t, "Deign
tiiis uui- v. to appr.ve." which fouu au -..'eo
uiev-i-y I. -art. wi-iting ha;. vines- and go.. I
luck to t " pari--. i;.-st in iuv-r-'. a tlt-y
I ?ft the i.iuich au 1 re'.uruc.-d to tl.-.,;:- c it-i-a.
iu w uting.
Tiiere w.-re many .v-g m ', c '..' y at: ! v.'-'.l
chosen irilla'. pre "ut a:.: utg witVli we
not" the f ilc'wni'i :
From t'.i ? i.ri !-?.- .ui, e!-?g m'
Mr. and Mrs. Cl, n. Gi'ig'.ier. t.;' Cairo,
Me.-rs. Alia-rt an 1 l-'re !. GV'g'.i.-r. C'a'n.
silver water pLtclc-r an I olilets.
Ftom the "Boys," employe, of tu- Guii
ghtr Mill, Cairo, hand-ouie hrone c1m:1c.
Captain and Mrs. Dugm.of S Louis,
Mr. Will Lipp-n. of Cairo, silver and 1U
lletlllaU toilet set.
Mr. a.id Mrs. A. (.. Lippett. Ca'r., sir.-er
Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Lent. C; iro, ivory
comb ati'l bru-h, with case,
Mr. George E. O'llai i, Cair. silver and
('apt. Shields, St. Lou:-, silver anient
glass perfume stau 1.
Mr. Jack Paw son, P iduc ih, ha-' ls une
Mr. John A. Miller. Pa-lucah, g i'd vin
garette with silver chatelaine.
Mr. Given Fowler, I'a lueah, silver card
Mr. W. G. Morrow, Pidueah, silver ba di
et and iM.uqtiet holder.
Mr. T. M. Bielock. St. Louis, silver fruit
spoon with cast',
Mrs. II. P. Powell. St. Louis, Breton face
and crimson satin toilet mats on satiu
Messrs. C. C. Carroll, Jr.. and P. R.
Powell, of St. Louis, soli i silver tnvkiu
Mr, and Mrs. I. W. flcruheim, Taduc'th.
silver and clan cross for flowers.
Mr. E.T: YV)!f,.:, Jr. P.lueah, ciln-r
w atch aud jewelry stand.
Mr. and Mrs. L. YV. Emery, Pudccah,
silver jewelry casket.
Mrs. and Miss Dallim, Paducah, siivor
Miss Bertie Wcs.li'ok, Pilucih, silver
Mi.-s Lizzie Sa::Jers, Ladueah, silver
and Bohemian bouquet holder.
Miss Emily Mcrrow, Padu::ilt, gold via
egarette and jewelrv case.
" Mrs. CS.as. Taylor." New York, orieLtal
Mrs. J. A. Maekey, Ciuciunati, b;;x of
Mrs. L. M. i'.ieke. Paduca't, handscme
Miss Nina Ilibb, Pa lueah, hou.-e slij.-
Miss I.i..u Pale., P.iducah, cu
Misses Nannie llu-b and Mamie Taylor,
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Noble. Paduc4'i.
handson.e white silk we l ling dress,
Mr. J. A. Mack' y, Ci..ciniia'i, f.p.e trav?'.
ing trunk ur-.d sate1. el.
Mrs. T.F. Terrell. Pa luoah, silcr :..;
Mrs. R. (.. Wix 1 folic. Pidiicali, glove a:t I
Mrs. W.G. Vl;:teS-?ld, I'vlucn'i. sil ., r
Mr. Geo. Langs';.', jr., thi.it v.wei.
Mis' Kimpit Vontres-. P.tducah, P.iu
mi in toilet s--t.
M:wGe'iej,. pi rlajji'c-n, Pi hc.v . bar-hi.-heil
br:-..s ora''ou candle suck;.
Mr.Jt.G. Tcrre'.i. Paducait. sit in purT
Miss Gt-rrie lu. 1
Mi Altrv To!
Mrs. A i; ' t E.t!
Mrs. II. A. -Ta:u
and c-a-.' wit!-. .
Mis-es M.-'.li- M
Pad ucah. !r.i (..:-
Mis; X.iry F.o ;
Coin"!,e oo": t-.
Mr, w. n. p.:.--,
Mi-s Carrie U..-1
:s. Palu M':
l-ii. . I-..
:. Pti v
. P : t.ic.r
in. wa-. t'.r:
Piiu ii.. -:.
I a. t . C ai. . e:
ed h mdlcerc ,:e:.
Mrs. A I iV K
Mr. Cat:-.: Ti, i
T.:i-:: w- :. v.rl.-.
ot:. ?r :i-icies. hat: 1-
Mrs. B-n 3;-r:y. f
r-1 itive- a;, i friends
'ci. f: -it1
,n I o'.iiei
N- thing wu ui
e inter--: -f li
ite ecu' i
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nc.fi. rtu -i.iae in ti.e upik . x
gate the ti; f.ei
,'ht of ve ever
'nited fr av -. at
w-?!-r- to- !). aa i in the arciiit
:r ; :i.hv the ij.e-sing f God at
an i ; eace ev.-r sit suiiiing at
.!.-. ' i I." i::h-t n.-.
an I y.r- G t iglier i-:t the city - ion
th- v.- -.d:::g. o:
: n: -'..-I'.r.er .las.
vl i C.ito. ;'r -tit
; an i s-iad the
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wheat'" tit-1.' wi.i f
v.it!-r in Fcui i i i::
return l.ou.e about t':.e I-t
. T..i ri.' als... :'.::. e y ex
aud Mrs. W. C. lluutin.
n - 11 ore. In i..
a tian isogie p-rrv
made of t rroi-
iu I aud ' -ae.rv c i
-11 an I gol I. wit:, the ,
tt'utl'.e-. A'.4" a present i
I...-., Bloom, which hi I
h an ele,-m pair of 1
"C :i li.l. I' i tec ill
front M-..r. I Mis.
be.?n la ;'. i. I
vi--i of silver a.:
Some v.i'.u ible pr---r::t' v. er
this city. af'"r t ; cenior.-y. i;
those ni-?ye r.a'.t'.- .
Tl.it al. t.: tins -a' luh ?;.
riv l cottp'.i! shall live t-.g'tl'.er
Ictg'tt an l rj-vich us a-1 ;e :
tlcy t tr t lite', j .u-a.-y t
tint tin- C'e-'ee,: IK'tle ltc':..
will ie tii:r-i coutinu vi;y. 'I'll '
-inc. relv tfsts.
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)L I.I l-.l IN
REAL ESTATE THAN FBI'
K.lU Tilti V KUS KNnt.NO. JANUALV 17th.
A. I'.. lt'O Uf.t'O'.TK') Hi M. I-A-TKU-D
A CO., ItKAt. :-.lAlii .w-:n7.
MillyA. Arter to Mrs. A. A. Ilarrell.
(y C. P. lot 0 and 7 block 1st a I litu n
Trustees City P-op-erty to Willi tin Eic!.
ho Q. C. P. lots r, to!' ".' inc'lu-ive
block 4 city.
Henry Eichhotf et al t- Willi mi Eleh
horl. Q. C. P. c-ts , toll b'tu iucitt-i'.e
i;ioe'c 41 city.
J.lV.tl A. Reel". l;ii.-t'.- in chaiieery t)
Ciiar'.es Gayel. b ed i"t- 1 end 2. '-lock 2.
21 ad litii.t! to Cat:...
II -try Welt-. tru.Vc -iS : 1 1 1 . 1 and Briti's
meyer, i.e.', 1. 1 s, l,'.cc. ."il city.
E i'va; 1 Braitiard to A. Coming, (J. ('.
P. lot I:!, bl ok is city.
Hep.rv YVell.-. mortgage to SchroederA'
tl and Hi, block 21 city.
John Hardin and wife to B. F. Wilbourn.
warranty ih'ed. part of the southeast qiiiir
ter of southwest quarter of S"ctio;i Hi,
towmhip 1". range 2.
John A. Reeve and wife to Mts. Agatha
L. Roy.c, deed lot It b'ock 4a city.
G-o, YV. Melt uiig and wife to Mr . Aga
tha L. Roy...', deed lot !o. block 47 city.
CH IMkSToYI A S Ar.i HAND,
And it flndi J. Bl llGER. the Pry Goods King, fully prepared with n tremendous stock
of Lad ie' aud Gent's Ties-the hirgi si ever brought to Cairo a most elegant line of
Linen Cutis nn 1 Collars, Ladies', Misses and Children's lhwdcry. Gloves, Underwear, Cor
sets, Ruches and the latest styles of Fancy Ribbons, Beautiful Black and Colored Cash
meres: 100 Cioak-", $ 1.30 to $10, worth if If ; mi elegant line of Pol mans for the lowest
prices, Now is the linn to buy your Christmas goods. YVe do not ndvertiso what wo
will not do, Call and examine our stock.
J, HUKGFJl, I'M Commercial Ave.
A CARD OF THANK'S.
PleiM! allow me, through your paper, to
return to the citizens my sincere thank- iu
behalf of the A. M. E. church for the kind
ness they have shown to us in patronizing
our concerts and by aiding us in other direc
tions. YVe are told "He that givcth to the
poor lendeth to the Lord," and you may
know, since the tornado has blown our
church asunder, that we cherish thankful,
ncs.s aud wiil invoke the blessings of God
on the rheerfu! giver. I returned from tho
conference having a pleasant congregation
and expecting to have a pleasant time, but
hs our church luu becrr swept away it leaves
l u- to t n, and labor this vear. but t!
- - - -
i f host is with u-. and the God of Jacob is
i- our refuge. Joskpii Pi.;:k:v-,
P;-tor A. M. E. Chutv M.
.lie S-taJjy ll-illet'ti.
GOP BLESS VOL'.
il e.v guitly fills these blessed word.,
Upon the aching heart,
When friend- long bound by strnuw..
Are doome i by late to part:
You fondly or?- the halt I of t!:o-
Who thus in love caressed you.
And - ul re;o:;-ive heats to s ul
Li breathing out "God bles- yov."
The mother sjnding forth her br-y
To seen s untried und new.
Li-ps n.,t a stu lie-l stately sp-.-.-cli,
Nor murmurs out Adieu;
falters forth between her ?ob,
Whener misfortunes ress you
( :t:e to your mother, b.y. com b-n k
Tli Mi fun lly sigh', "God ble-s you."
"Go I Bie-s You." Ieig. long y. ' ao,
Tuese word- fed on my ear.
As I was lea .'ing chil limod's hom
t .. i : i i i , ,
in i .ni'iKis j iovim so dear:
which breathed tint f ivu.t
i on earth no mure cares- me
lic.r mm-ry yet live.- iu my heirt,
:i!l asking God to L- m-.
(Jo.l ilejs you," more of love ex.-, ,,.q
Then Vii'.UUle- without number
R -ve j", we tlitisotir tru-t in Him
Who-e eyelids never s'.unib.-r.
I a-k in parting no h-ug speech
Priwle j out in studie I measure
I only a.-k t'ue dearoid word
So sweit. so sad, "Gud bh-s yon"
I . A M.
NoTICM iJV ELDER SH'.iRES.
T. tie Hutu tl:.
U lierea- I have Iet?cr from pco;
color, that one Richard Tayh r an ! one
Gla i len. f.-rmerly of'Alabama, are in.po
ing upon the colored people onapret-r.ee
of helping them. II. re is a letter from
Champaign: "Elder Shore-: Please find my
to daughters. I left them in Cairo with
one Richard Taylor and Gladden who want
ed to charge them f;.O0. A whit,.- r,i t
t-.l 1 tie-in to go t . Elder Shores, and they
told them to keep away from Eider S.i -r
I w.itit nothing to do with that Ttylor a- I
Oiellen." Signed Mr. Mitchell." Chat.,
p-iign. Now. why sl.t n!d they keep xy
lr ::i rc.e? When the yellow fever ti1'-rets
of t.he S-j;'.ii called for help. I was always
th" rtr-t to re-;'ond.
Er.it-;i: T.J. Sifou-.s.
K -it!-.; Jm Kuttt:u.
Pi-ar sir Your paper state-thi-1... t.
ing that our track is several feet under wa
ter pirthe l ross Levee, ph ase sty for ti e
in:br.ui.i!;oii of readers ot Tiik Bn.i kt;
and our pa'rons that then1 is only a few
ita 'u s of water over the track, for a sleet
ui-ti.uce. which loc uot interfere wit', tuc
running of train-. Youi- truly.
J. A. N.U (U.K. A ger t.
C.iir.'. .I.ui'v Kh!i,
..mi itt.it .savings vins "gone ut: i ::m
i ii. i ni.-t-H .-;uo MM'ili'll hi ili(i', Illlll p-o;
l ... i : i . .. . .i . .
are beginning to h"k for safer invi-trtn-rtts
f..r tl.eit surplus cash. Any man who ,'
; ... ius. to itie-i oannoT no tictter Than I uy
a box of Mott's Liver Pills, fur they m vr r
I'd!. Alw iy )eep them in the hof.-'c.
TEMPERANCE HALL JANTARY -'
l-'ir-t ,ip;--ario. - i.i tui- -ityit
W. 13. T I OM AS
In ctiura' tt r -ke'di.-, inrlaitinu'
"MIKE HORN, Tlie Next Pi e.si.lent."
and A A!:iEi) i'i:oi;i:VME (r
Pathos. Coinodv and Dialed,
With the additional feature of
Mi.-'s Annie 1 Pitclifi'.
Of this city in vocal selections.
Admis-iori 2. cents: No Reserved Scats.
For particulars see programmes.
F. Witni-'.it BifxTON, Maniger.