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T1IK DAILY CAIILO BULLETIN: '1 U ESI) AY MORNINO, JANUARY 20. . 1S30.
M. ADVKRT1SKMEXTS I thi roliimn. ul
five Ittira raeh or ! ill W puliii-hrd lor .
renu .) luarrtloDjStlmr. : cnta; I " ''
1 month, I.Ni: monih.iNvi!uoiuTiaiir, Jltu p.T
month. Karti additional llti". proi.iu. Mitialloin
To Murf riK.ni on Mxlli tl.il in-ar Le ror
tiilorniation. apply lo KoiivMKVKH.
S slb lru't and l.rveo.
W have at thr BulhMin oilier. tie from the far
Mrv. a Suit. Mwlrr. Uulimanu Co .ale. that c
will u'll it bri,nlu.
The Anhrrv nropirt on Hillro
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U) t OIHl tKlllltll
M 4 ll.mi.i v. I!. K. A-." in.
liw!CK- mill punliai-er" ol r :il rtat'' In lalro
tliuiilfi l.- mrr thnv have a titlf. I am n..w
prepared to liirni.hst.-iraei.' Ji V.'""'!,'.1; "v '"'
V r. A s 1 r. Ii 1 " i
Ortli i- in Court Hon.-.
Kniluviii. iit fi. rk. mIi'siioo- " u;--lii.iis'-iiiiiii
sat. hiiimi or in any i :ip.'iti I !'V ', ,"!'."''
Ka md-f k I l"r Ji'H it ii-l " '"
firi 'Ik M.-n'tlrsrljoii 1'i.mo. w i.i be .-"I low.
Apply ' frier
APPI.KS AMI HA V. """"""
1l hii-iirU i iinire iiiitiil apple, iu hli. ui ?! .no
tn-t huhfl. iind.'ohari-.-!- .jacked apple- ill ."' irnt-,-r
bun'l ul ii. M A!di-n Co'ioni" ton store. .
.ihio Lrvec. A1o oik-car load of dams:."-.! ha at
surtiuu.nn Mondro Hull in-t nt -J oOnkin the
MIU H CdW
For '. two till'- ro- with t uih.- rli-
ui Fr.-d K-.idi!-r. KIl'IiDi 'Im-t.
Hot sF-KEKPKl: WANTED
'J'-) k" ; Vf.iiH.- for a wldimvr wtn i-m- i hi!'
ln.-f P i Kox Cmro. Ii1
r-K-tw ,i AL i AM- -r!IY-irU.
II. MA MEAN. M. !..
Hicwo'iatliic I'liysii ian ami Snryeoit.
m-'r Ui .m-nli! ifiK. ReiA-mr tornrr
" l'i-i. i-iiib t. and Vbiti2'.on vnu. Cairn.
J )U. E. W. WHITLOCK.
i.rrt-r No. Vi Conim.-rtial Avtrliur. h1ren
ICi iiu ud NiuC !:reet
j y. W. C. JOfKLYN.
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OFFICE K;;ht Stm-t. ncr Com turn :a! Atriiur.
NOTARY I'l HM' .
Notary I'ulilit' ami Coiiveyaiioci-.
OFFICE: With th- Wid" and Ourpinun' Mu
tual Aid SiK-i-;v.
? Ohio IiCVft-.
J'oiit Stores .i in 1 (iion'iio.
or a'i kii.d-.
OI'KX NKJHT A.N"I DAN-.
V:i li Dairy and l:l F.d- l iti'-r. ti.v.i. r. and a'l
kind" 'it :rn;t in n iu nr.nu. ou hand ai.-l im-.iv-yrtrt
pptinptlvat ri-'idriic-i- ln-t. U --. I di-i.ii.n-il
TG OHIO LEVEE.
No -i'.rt or du- In tm-.inir-i'f In-ill:.' rxpo'id to air.
Milk fli-iivi-ri-il t i c a ua.
SEALED IN PINT
1 rv II and rr tor ynnrrivr
; I'IXT TICKETS ONE DoLLAK!
Ca"b on d.-ln.-ry of t i k t.
vTO YES! stoves::
ALL SORTS. SIZES AND STYLES,
, - AT
Ai-o Matiiilai-tii'i-r ul ni.d Di-.ilcr ii.
TIN, COI'l'KKA" SlIEET-IllON WAItE.
I IT" A I.I. KIMis OF .1 Kdl.K fiUM In 1 ci.r. t: J
NO. J7. K.KillTII NT.'iF.IX
'AlHf). : ILLINOIS
'T. I.OITS. CAIKo AND l'ADLCAII.
The Kii-.'iiil Sld'-rtln-i-l P.ipi"-ii r s-nio-r
mtCNKK M-nt. r.
K.i B1UD Clerk.
l.".ivi- Cairo rvery Monili mid T1iiiomI.iv for
ajii- iiimi.li au, si. I out, ami a Inudiirr. I-or
ro-ijui hi pap.iic apply to sob A sll.VKK,
J. T. WAUKEX & CO.
& Oli W. Second St.
i ..'-'TuaM Dotiieatlc dried and (aiiiit-d Frnil. ami
V.i.- :j') ' . Canai d. dried and -nil Fl-b. I'lck-!.-.
Sjtiua. HI', and Condliin-i,ln. Soup
stuJ. linking Cuwilurf, ground n ml
Vola fplci-a. Toilet aud I.aiitnliv
Noapa, Serd. Jvlllca, l'h'i-rvi-
Fancy (lrK-rli' ond Oro
cora' Sundrlti. j
Stocli iinpuralleled in Uit West.
bKND FOR OUR "GEOCKUS" MANUEL,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
fcYI KW:U AT TIIK I'OsT 0FHC1C IN ( AMO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND CLASS MATTr'H.
OFFICIAL PAPKH OF ALESE ANDEII COVSTY.
Only Mornliij Daily in Southern Illinois.
HiijxAi. Orriei. i
Cairo, III... Inuuary in. Isse.
Time. Bur. Ttier. Hum. Wind. Yrl Weather.
It a in :w.iC.
jp in . iw.tt;
"Miuininm 1ViniH-ratnrr.fi'; Hlnluttim Tt-ni-:-rtiirf,.WS
: Kititilallwi hall. y
Srtii't Siu Ciirti. I". . A.
(lENKIIAL LOCAli ITEMS.
-Si-e "Mikf Ilnrn" t-iii;'lit fit T-mi'i-r-
S-f W. 15. Tli"iiots at IVmpmtu-r liull
I'rot, EiM'tibt-r"; tins liucn ouiillntil to
his ln-d for si.ma- tlay with rliruiutitiMn.
A sulci t jiiirty to 1m.' ivcn ut the Ddtu
En'iiif liuiM- U tlif M-xt tlnnir tin )rn-niiuiiii-.
Vi-stt-iiiay a lu t-iiv a Uii-.-I fur tlm j
marriage l' oni- Win. AIi-x unii-r to Ilatric
Kin familiarly known us "IJlack Hat.'
Tlic Kuiirht of tin- Mtic Kr-w art
alrotuly 'mnkin;j r-paratiini It ie!f
liratinjr Mrmli (Ira- in an np'ropti.it' nian-m-r.
Tin; river i r'-it-ilin:.' aii'l tin- alo nf
the Faukif- live i-riit cyar an- iiicrcaf
inLf. Sold lv F. Kortni-yi i'. Oiiio L'-vt-c.
cornt-r ixilt ftrct-t.
No nt-ws liai ln-en r-ci ivi-.i froiu I'onn--roy.
Oliio, as to tin- comlitioii of Mt. Wiji.
lItiln-. siniP tin- ti-lcijr.iiii aiiiioiinciiiLf
lior (-rim lllm s-.
MUs" Anni- I'itcln r will in-r to-nilit
at Tiiii'enin(.-c- liall. ami Mr. W. U. Tlioina
will impi'ixiiiati- -oini,- of !i: tainmis char
acters. Uur"lar i iitcii-il tin- lioi;s- of Mr. A.
I'lack nif,'ht Ix fon- lat iiipl citrricl away a
k'ohl watch ati'I a coat. Tin- valin- of tin
articles we diil not ifct-rtitin.
11. Jackson, tor a long tune i
had clerk of the wholesale grocery li-iw i
of Mi Htloiut liini. has accepted a similar
position in a wholesale hoiw- in St. Iuis. I
The Illinois Central railroad has of I
late widened the envs levee aud ha- laid
down two additional track-on the embank
ment which loriuerly only contained tin-,r
Circuit Court wiil next convene on
reomaty au,. mi- mo,...,-, ... .........n , ,mlll,.ti()1 of temperance principles exclu-
who now inhabit the county jail and who , j & iustitmion
will have a l,ering belote that c.m.t are J .. (m
twenty-seven. j jn lna)n,,r Thf, me(.tinn;s wj"n ,e held
-Unlike last year, our brewer- j after 4 ct.H;k p. in., every Sunday and
otlp-rs have not been afforded an oppoituu- j everyUxly is invited to attend them. Tl e
ity to reap a crop of ice. In fact the entire elected Inst Sunday are:
di-tance south of St. Louis has be-n re- : (; j. Alden, president. Mrs. Laura J.
markM.ly -cant ol that article this year. ; itt,.niouse, Dr. J. S. Pctrie, Mrs. ('apt. .1.
A grand masquerade ball, the first of : F. Miller,.Ionas Kipp. Miss.Ieunie Wilson, S.
thf season, will be given by Cairo Turner j iVnn, M. Easterday, Miss Mollio Webb,
Sociely at their hall on Monday February ; Mrs. Capt. It. K. Riley and Mrs. Win, Mc
2d. A orand siiei-ess is in-ured. Admis- j Hale, vice presidents. Newt Kent, secrt
i..n .0 cents. Cmviitiki:. ! tan : Miss M attic Pctrie, assi-tant. Geo.
S. Fisher, corresponding secretary; Mis-
-The entertainment at tin- Temperance Mim (;re,.f US;ii,t.ult. Miss Nellie An
hall to-night will be one of the most select ; tTI,nmvT. jjUMan- McKeaig. assi.-t-aud
recherche that has taken place in Cairo :un T.,il. Haiclav. librarian; Miss Loe
this w.nter. Mr. Thomas is a --otl' "i-n. , n-iirin-tr.i.. ;i.-si-.tant. Walter Bristol t.nd
whose abilities ar- widely known rtnd ap ; M;lllli(;Stewart, ushers. Seymour Antrim
l)r,'mk'11' i Marv Williams. Ed. McCammon. Harrv
-The Southern Illinois Medical Associa- ,
lion meets in this city to-morrow. The j
meeting will continue three days and many J
subjects of importance to physician will
' ,!.,..., ..
be di-eu ed. Dr. Dunning is president ol i
. . '
the u-MN'llttloli. I
Thesipc water has bei n iiinkiii'.' itsap- !
peainncc in all the low places of the city !
untl is rapidly rising. But the rivers are
falling and it is probable that if heavy
rains cease, wf- will soon be free from all
signs of its di-iigreeable presence.
An effort should be made some time
we me not particular when, so it is made
before I .hs l - to remove tho shanties w hich
took a tumble near Sack belter's saloon a
little over a week ago. They should not
be permitted to remain there longer than
The steamer Champion which has been
on the docks at St. Louis for repairs for
several days is again on the go and is ex
pected to arrive here this evening. She
leaves liere for Paduc.ah. mid, returning,
will piobably leave to-morrow on her return
trip to St. Louis.
Collection, for the sufferer of Ireland,
were Sunday morning taken up in St,
Patrick's church mid a very respectable
anioiinl, we hear, was donated. Father
Masterson nmioi.itic.cd at the close of ser
vice that it was bis intention to donate the
amount which will on Sunday next be col
lected for his personal use in the penny col
A light occurred in front of tho feed
store Mr. Osterloh, on Commercial, ycnter
duy afternoon between Miko Galvin and
Chan. Osterloh. Mr. (hilvin had brought
to town a loud of corn, and it appears that
the quarrel arose out of the price Mr. Gal
vin asked for It. For a short time they had
quite a lively tussel, hut Officer Wooten
being promptly on hand prevented any in
jury being done. Thulr trial ciuuc off
iu Squire Osboru's court yesterday evening
but we did nut stay to ascertain the result.
The other day two negiw, prctendiug
to bu otficcH, entered the castle of Mr. Ilcu
juiiiin Applcgato, which is situted iu the
"happy hollow" unci arreted that worthy
geutletuan for causes unknown. On the
payment of five dollars, however, lie was
released and uow Mr. Appliyatc swears
the ueyroes were '"put up" to arresting him
j by white officers. With all duo respect for
Mr. Applegate we iuut religiously say that
he is well, a stupendous fraud, we would
say, were we not afraid of being sent with
in whispering distaucc of lieaveu, on a
mUMon of eternal glory, within the twink
ling of an eye afterward
Night before last the residence of Mr.
Wotxl Hittenhouse was burglarized and a
gold watch and a pair of pants carried off.
It is supposed that burglars reached the
top of thp balcony by a ladder and racing
the tu-coud-story window reached into Mr.
K's bedroom and obtained the watch and
clothing without entering the house. No
one iu the house was disturbed by noises
and In-nee Mr. Hittenhouse did not ms his
clothing until morning. Hi coat and vest
were found in the front yard, but the pants
aud gold watch was carried off. Some idea
is entertained by the officers as to who are
the ijuilty parties but they are in posM-ssioB
of no positive knowledge in this regard.
Wo some dine ago made mention
of the 1'aet thai so many cows belonging to
ilitVereut families had disappeared in an
linaeonuntalile way. aud that it was sup
posed by some of the victims that hu
man agency was instrumental in these mys
terious disappearances. The fact was again
forced upon our attention within the last
few dajs by the complaints of victims.
The names of some of the losers are: Leo
Klel. Al. Susankn, ('has. Lancaster, W. W.
Wooti'ii. .John Burgoise. Mr. Ilarriguti and
Henry Whitcamp. Many others have had
iK-ca-ifiii to mourn similar loses but avail
ed themselves of the offer of certain young
men to return the cows for a money consid
eration and thus reguined their property.
Others whtw names we have not learned
were not so fortunate. We have been fr.r-ni.-hed
with the names of several young
rascals who are said to constitute a band
for the avowed purpose of kidnapping the
w and then demanding a ransom for
their return. If their depredations do not
. n f , tmilt-.i .,, p,..,;.,.
(ui.s(.f an investigating committee of one
untl w,,.n tic, nmwary evidence i i:i our
,M..Vion give the names of the unprinci-
i The "Youth's Temperance Society"
i was oryanized last Sunday afrieiioon in
Temperance hall. The attendance was
j ."iod and the organization was begun with
! a good membership. Its object is the pro-'
lbbins, Campbell Wood, Mury Strattoti.
Will White, Mamie Parker, Daisy Ellis and
Stella Avers, recruiting officer..
i . ,,
- Me stated in Mindavs lii-i.i.iats that
the negro woman arrested in Bill Scott s sa-
, . ,, . ii e
loon had been tried by a jury of six citi7eii-
in the court house on Saturday last aud had
been found guilty and lined forty dollars aud
costs amounting in all to fifty-five dollars.
Bill Scott employed the coun-el for
the defense, but did not pay the tine and
hence the wench was sent to jail for fifty
three days. It is deplorable that the city
should have found it neces: iry to give wo
men of this stripe a trial by jury and em
ploy extra counsel, and thus incur extra ev
pense, in order to secure their conviction.
Wc say this is deplorable; but it seems to
be the only means of ecuting justice for
the most depraveil aud dangerous ciass of
Cairo's inhabitants. Our police court de
cisionswhich wore always fovoiableto
lewd women encouraged them ia their
crimes and they boldly and openly defied
the officers and tho law. But upon hearing
of tho decision above referred to, tic
women who had been found
in Scott's saloon, quietly left
the cily and were yesterday, w hen wanted
for trial, not to bo found by the officers.
We see here tho marvelous effect one deci'--ion
of six respectable citizens has had upon
a gang of thieving, throat-cuttnii: vaga
bonds, who, wo were told, could not be kept
under control. The Bli.i.ktix hits closed
its ears to men w ho insisted that nothing
should or could be done to control this
class of people, mid two weeks ago it com
menced, single handed, and unaided by the
Sun or Argus, to tight for decency aud
slightly chide those courts who were too
learned in little things to exercise common
sense. In what we Juive said in that time
we havo had the support of every 'merchant
und laboring uiau and our saloon keepers
ns well ft minister of the gopol havo
come to tjiis ofllce and urged us on
iu thu good work we were doing. , Wuen
we commenced the agitation wo wew in
doubt as to how our sayiuga would be re
ceived by our pet-pie. but to tho credit of
all classes be it said wo have their hearty
support. Tick Bu.u:tin now, and without
any resumption, takes upon itself the
credit for the good order which'is uow re
ported by the officers tr prevail in the
slums of the city, aai it may aiv.ays b.
counted upon as the one journal of Cairo
which is courageous and feaileis iu its ex-pre.-!
lis "f tight.
THF. BO IDS.
V.i-ti r.iay afternoon as he .-ipf-roaclie.i
tfie corner of Twentieth street and ('cm-nu-rciji
spied there three mcu w!io were
very bu-i'.y engaged iu watching t!ie move
ments of aa empty wagon as it h'ow'.y made
its way up tiie avenue. Ai we ,-ippr lached
we were accosted by
No. 1 "You want an item," b.' said :
there's au item for yiu. Lool; at that
roa l." We saw it v. as remarkili'.e r i"?
unevenr.ess and hlop )ue.s.
No. 3. "Yes s:r; look at that road. Wt
are to pay tliousand.s of dollars for the con
struction of a county road that wi'.l be as un
fit for travel in wet weather as is that road,
and every cent of the money we will give
ur the construction of the cemty road
could and should be applied to making our
streets passable," said No. 'i with a few
oaths and with much emphasis.
No. 3 "Yes; and the people were bull
dozed into voting for the construction of the
new road. The leading use:, were first
bulldozed and the balance foil' wed like
sheep. Yes. sir; I tei! you they were a!!
bulldozed!" At this moment the wagon
became securely fastened ia the mud and iti
spite of the crai k of the driver's whip,
there was no "go" to the team, aud left
thoughttul'.y without deigning a : i.
Oa Sunday evening at 7 o'cl, t k. by Itev.
B. Y. George. Mr. Hakrv ('. I.kvm to Miss
Lillian FFo:'.:i, all of this ciy. No.
The ceremony wn performed at the resi
dence of the paren? of the bride ia the
presence rt a few relatives and persoird
friends. The young couple are known to
nearly every person iu the community
and ar? highly esteemed by all. A
ho-t of friends join with Thk Bn r.?.T'N is
waim congratulations aai siueere wishes
that their boat, as it drifts down t'-ii r;-?r,
may meet !t!i nothing ruore stI'.'.i t!.a:i
an occasional wjutd!.
os. Kof.stoa was 1 trot:
Ivibtnson y-sf.-i i;,y an
;jt i. "t.-re
disorderly c-nduct. Ti'.' ma-1 a'"kr.ow.edg"d
the "corn" asd d- aceo: licg'.y jar'.ed.
--Bight drunks, plain drunk, were yes
terday before Sorira Boi.;3n. T::ree i f
tiles'" were g:vca a st:iy oa tliecr'-.TS
given board and '.nuyjc ;a city y..: r'-r
Mis. Amanda O'Bri-n an! Sallie
Hatketi, both white, w-'re u'- !'-f" : ; Sis.:ire
P.obinson on a charge of being .viled dove
The evid 'iice hoiua that Mr. Araai-n
was the keeper ,,f tQ orl-r!r 'board is g
house" s'i" wis c. ijhAiti" I w-s al.
Mis Mi'. iii'.
Mr. S. . .r- i y. a wl'lt - !atl ki-.-per of
fla-t Calf , rrl by Castb!; H' g-.i.
for fi.iuriihlaj a
wiilie iu t Jn.ukea en lit: , a. w-i ye-t.-: -diy
tine i jive dollars and c ss by Sffiire
Rob ic sou. Mi
the c;ur drew
S'-a.y. to the surprise of
.m i. Is piuta'm's pes.kef
i:c:-:" and J.-i arte 1 v. ith
the b'.es-iags of t le Co:.' ft.
Mr. Tl-."'. Clark arrive i i a t:ie
Grand L.we Tuesday a at ons -j com-m-'ucol
to get hji:; a "high h: v.-," but was
Lot tl. n mfl.lv mount" I until Stiuliy wl'-.-ii
OrLv-r Hok't'i -''""k :i::u .i-.iwt" an t "iu."
II- hid a h-raring j-csterd-iy Wfo.-e Squir---Robinson
who tine i him five dollar-cost.-
.tin) leiu !.::: tie aece-Mry specie.
Aady Caiue, 'vho v:.- ;r---ut in the court
r kindly f-ffcred the stranger h:- arris
aai escorted h:3"i to his b" r ding !i ':-;.
Mike l,'!ia-'-u. a whit? s'titrr w-s
y-styt:::iy terait-a arr-ne-i nr uteainu
Civly ot tol.-aceo -who froir., ha- sl-ppe-.i
c.ir M'-v.v.ifv) aai was bii.uai.t before
S j'iire Coti.rngs for a hearing. Tho evidenei
; roved to be of a very positlw cliaracter
and the Squire held him i:r bon i of two
und red dollars to answer at the :cxt term
of the Circuit Court. Thi- same fellow-
stole a suit of clothe from tie mate of the
Bigiey while that craft was at run-wharf,
but the mat.? not being able to stay here to
prosecute him. he was "let loose" on
the community. He should have been
given a stay immediately when his charac
ter was ascertained, i r looked up.
Tho Irish Catholics of this city are
very much stirred up of late and iuceused
at recent orders and rulings of the bishop of
.this diocese. The cause of this trouble is,
as I learn, as follows: Away back thi.ty
year nuo or more, the Irish Catholics of
Cairo, organized themselves and erected a
church edifice, St. Patrick's church, at the
comer of Ninth street and Washington
uvonue, where they aud their children after
them might worship God. The erection of
the church cost considerable money and a
heavy debt hung over the property tor many
year; but not iu the lea.st daunted, the
Irish Catholic made etl'ort alter effort to
secure their church from dobt, and year af
ter year the debt grew smaller, until about
a year ao the liut sum'olanco of it wm
wiped out and then tho members of the
dock felt happy. But th-dr happiness was
not of long duration, as it will be
seen. Son.e few- yeats ago
tiie German Catholic d'-sirel
a church of their o-.vn, nr.d they undertook
took to l uiM one. They erected one, St.
Joseph' Catholic Church, an imposing
edifice -one tar beyond their mean and
one they wero uni.blt to pay for, and con
sequently a heavy debt has i.ung over the
clii rcii ever since. The Bishop of the dio
cese, seeing this, cone I u led to send an Eng
lish speaking priest to that church and di
vide the city into two English ptiri-hes,
drawing the line of uiv-s'on at Fifteenth
street, an I leading it to tic? people them
selves to choose for thctnse've. th" parish
they wished t belong tu; but making :t
neees:iry for a aity Y. ing i.i one parish
and claiming to belong to th': other to have
a pew ia !,.? patis.i church tiny had
chost.-n. The iJishop seat Rev. Mr. Ih-unn
to St. Josejh's church, a very tine gentle
man one int'.-uded tt- suit the Germans as
well the I;is!., J ..cause !.e cvi preach a:i ex
cellent serraon iu the (ieniriri a well a
the English language. T. i was a!! well
enough, thought the Irish Catholic-, as the
Bishop di-dit's . the t'f'it of the German
church e'eared w, an 1 in older to
do i., l,e de-i'ed t" hive
til' niali (.'a!::i lies ;-j the Upper ei.d of
the city a.-v-t the GeriiMUs ia the clearing
th" church f debt. But th Iri-It Catlio
lie, true t" ti.-ir na'i.-t' ii int:i: ?. chin;.' to
tl.e c:iur li that tl.i-ir ;at::"r- ha 1 built f.-r
th'-m, is t'.e ivy ih.ss aro'iad toe ancient
ca-t.e "f ttif I'f.d of their birtli. The
tiie di''-e. se
Irish. Cti'l'iieie.- wivild ii'-t divi i.- as easily
as lie tin ui'i.t fir, c-noli. ied t" i in-a
cm ,pi:!-i ry : o-'
I-.", the Iri-'i will !.. -r l:ek ti'i'n-t author
ity, and 'h'-ylov" tle-ir cliurcii ami ttieir re
iigior. t-si well t - ..'.;;:.:; -r in ti.e lea-t.
The i . u,j lr iird -r arrive! and v.a- pro
ni'.ilgatei.i Suad.iv l.--t t'r..tu the pulpit of Sr.
Jn-li's Cat: "!: clif.rch. and I hear it i
a lengthy, -x;-l:eit and peri:iptory 1-ii-merit.
it -e. fn.uli, as I leirn. tint the
!ir':-i'!i the tw.) p:ri.-hes
Fift-?-ath str-et. Cath-
c.iC- .iv;:: '; th it str--t t t:;i:-t
atten i S. ' ph'- ci'utc'i. and paitie- lx
! t: divi.l.in iiu-1 sri? (-.'iupi'lled to at-t'-t.
i -erv:e.' at an i be', ii.' St. Patrick's
In!- :, i s .i tl..- .1 oiiiop ys,
th-. Ge'iiitf! ( atl.olio. t:.e caa l,h.ni if
t! -y di -ire. to 1 1- up;r psri-h. The r.-a--
u : r in t ilt:,' to--e.C' ;iti' n ibrtlie Ger-Liar:-
i-evla:i-l i" : : wiy: The (ier
Lrins built the c.'.U'i h an i ti.i-y ' t u j 1 not
in- di-j-ri-.e I ot tl.. tir;:.t of ittendiiiLr th'-re.
N'rw t;;e Ir's'r Cj'ie.'.x- b.d.t St. Patrick's
clvireh au t ;-..; i f-.r i. an i 'hv :. . ti.o
bl-hup -b.-jy th-f.i th ri.it of itfa-iiiig
t:.-.:r'n ".urcli : I- the que-ti'-n which
aL'.'ates t..i-:r iii.i-ts Lie l.!r..'j
riien's his or h.-r- w
ll a i::.lty of depriv
es i f the -.vreriicnt of
a -ir.i'.c grimace
;ti( ;;e. t.ieUl.
ia i w!i v ;i'.;;e-i
rtiality shoal I I"
!o.s (O 'i'l-iA'.
AT TH'r, 11. A t 1 f.l'.s' Hot
K. ( . B j-r. I.oi::s: Ml- L. .1. R-K'-;,.
Gnjville; Ed. Mctii:::e. Mtirph -boro:
.!. W. Eden. Pa Itrcah; I. K. Durin, Cbici
go; W. W. Miilliu. Tiii i. Ohio; J. P.
Daac-r. CorTeeville, K'y.r M. Lewis. Miehi
g.:i City, in i.': C. L. Hi. It, Chicago; G.
Ib yt. N. V.: . ratues M.G.e-- and wife,
11 cri-bv.re. 111.; Geo. M. Wtc-nei. M. Louis;
.!. II. Vim-yard and .1. W. Yinvard. (.'idea-e-
i; (J. M. Hayes, Milan, Teiin.: .1. M. 'Ring,
Wo'f i-li i.i: S. H. H well. Cry-tal Springs.
Mi.; .'-'ha A. L'.ivkin, Ciu.; Joe Dugu"'
Nits! vile . Term ; R. F. Far!-. Coluiiib
Tei-i!.: An. table. Col'.iiiiiu, Teun.: A.N.
F.iwwtt. IV ria; F. M Mend. N. Y.: IL.
M 'nil!. Ci'.Kag"; G . F. Miilth a i l fam
ily, New Orleans -. A C. Thompson Bertram!.
Mdni av Evkmno. Jsn'y U'th. I S-S.
Tin neathcy has been clear and pleasant
for s-vi.-rai .liy but this afternoon wa
cloudy a: d dark and the night set iu threat
en: n' mor ram.
The riv -r is falliu-.' slowly, but the sipe
water m the citv : nl.ma up the low places
tor the rir-t time in a number of , ears'. Old
residents welcome a an old friend; nsii
plentiful supply of sipe watei in the spring
is nlw.iys followed by an unusually hea thy
BusiiiC-s i quiet in nearly all branches,
and transactions are limited all around;
this is, in some commodities, owing to lack
of supplies aud iu others by the limited de
mand. FLOUR The market i weak and un
settled and prices have a tendency to de
cline. Stock are compartitively ligth in
nearly all arades.
HAY Tho warehouses are full of hay
damaged by the wet weather in the pres
and tu trausit. Dealers are walling to close
out at any price ofi'ered. The market is
quiet aud f 20 for choicest i n outside fig'
ur"' ' . . -
CORN There is a steady and active dc
maud for whltj at the nulls aud to fill or
dera and not a car load on the market.
OATS The market is stocking up fust
and pricos are weaker. v ,.
, MKAJa-Tlie msukot is entirely bare. -
BUTTER We note an improvement in
the demand for choice. Common is plenty
EGGS Dull and unchanged.
CHICKENS -All kinds are scarce nnd
in good demand.
POTATOES The demand is incn-asieg
and market firm.
APPLES Choice are in fair dent nd
but common varieties are neglected.
.Sales and Quotation-..
NOTE.-T!ii' on re. liere ulviu aru lor aiiea fnni
Hrl liui,d In round lot. Au adviiiiae I
chart'i'd for l.roknn lot iu tilling orders.
."'t lilila Various
''" " virion.
Ml ' t .b'llc.r
in i X
I't-i " l-'amilv
I c ir. lilll Kdce tim.itiit
-.' ar I'rltni' Tunoliiy .' .
I I ir CUoier Tjinulliv
1 i-ir Choit.) I(i dtn
'' rap. lunolljy, lu--t-d)
1 t ar' io.id miird ,
... 'in Y
.. UO(jl'l Ii",
... I. '-I
i 1 1
Sl'ffi :) i )
i, ( )
-.' i-.ir mli.-d in luilk ,
I ear v.hite In rm u
4 car- chiller, niit-il In hulk
a far i-hu'i-r nhitr in nai-k' ICjr.
i-irs ou I :'IIJted iu liihi... .;,
Jiki I, hi- C'itv
:'0 hhl. l iij
! car- u .., ..
I I t -. Si.ntiirrn lilinoi. I'.ill . ...
'.""I Ho. Cliuin- Nurt.V-rD Hull
.VoOi. I hoi'-r Nurthrrti l!ul! ..
In pkj-Ctioiie Nntihe'ii Hull . .
sull,.. Southeru l!:in,M
.o !'.. thoi,.. Northern im sed...
". In'is lieilue Nurtlirru p u k.-d
r..i i 'uunirv iteil
l :. ,.
t I im.i lnurd
-' i'iii'I". h ti-. ...
vi. j. ;
I.i...-. p-f do..
Nr (III. .1-,. j r rn-ad
M h'il Soiitb-rn IU", i 'iid nrdrri.
' hh. i cinicr Ni- i ork
-.' 'ill's. anrtii-s .
i i.li.a I'aai jr
Pi hli a.,
I rir I' It in 'ijlk
p.' '.'i V H
( l A M K
Wi tl T.ir'.. . .
Wild dm h- .
I V.; I);
Hi-'js. iaua.-d i
I I -Mr l.l.-.a
lilIV sAi.l'.M KAl.s
s I :.ir side
O'lij l!o- r.
l ; i
-'I II. .41 ....
I'rai he". iialve.ain' ij'urtn ..
I tinier riJTy
Chni' tf ui'-ii::iui.
T ALLOW .
( all'. irr."i
!r Sit 1
a it.-u salt
1. 1 Kid Leal
$ 1 mi 4 fl
4 !(', : iM
J5 (Hiel ire
7 tvu, 7
HATES OF FIIKICIIT.
Nkw oitt.K'.s- Flour
UcMciits ami Wav Flour '-' ,
1'0'iud frrlglits ''"
Wa1' I'rrliiltl" hrlow .Vi'iin'liU. v!.1. et'lita n-r
liundred: la Crnta lu-r hl'l
II K-III KH I'lOUS
TKMI'F.RAXCE HALL JANUARY 2.
Flrl alipraialicP lit lUla city ot
Iu rhtttacter skotcliea. IniHidlns
"MIKE HORN, The Next President."
AXI) A VAHlEll l'HOtittAMME OF
Pathos, Comedy and Dialect,
With the additional feature of
Miss Annie P. Pitcher.
Of this city in vocal selections.
Admission' 25 ccuto; No Reserved Seals.
For particulars boo programmes.
F. Webku Benton, Manager.