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iMrua hark. m an fr.mi feet. Whi n lal lourd
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ward In! li. r. lurn lu aie, al the li:iinil ' 'Ural
raMiMiip'r Depol ) U1 DA V
Win. H.mitrlll e-oloredl tn Ijit. t Uit!(li'J that
bin wlli-, .linepliiui' llowartli, tu m bum lit' i'h mar
rieil iu liiln i it v, in lUin'cniUhiy III nml limy l"
found l .lrkoii, Tiiiiii'KKi'i', near the fill nil He
put In Hif nil Mariana A n ill rm
ALL AllVhitTISKMKNTS lu llil- olunin. nl
fin- linen earn or li'H will hr pulill-hed lor'"
tain one luwrlion : .1 liinra. !l renin; 1 MtvK. I'1":
Injiwil1). I "iii; H iiiiiiiIIik without liisnu'i', Jl ai r
01 jo ill Karli ailiiltloiiiillliu', prolan. MI'i itniun
' lull liKNT,
Tfi Si ar reman mi Mulll Mreet iioin I.i'Vit. Kiir
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Will fi ll 111 II llli'itlllll.
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Dwf'liliJ i:il f.Hil InlH-iery deslraV,. prnpit -
oil m.uUkmicI eoinrr 7ni Mri'et and.h r.ui Amli'. '.
M. J. lluwT.KY, K-l KkIiiIu Atfoi.1.
Uwnkm nml iiii'cliHKi'r if rt'ul wimr in tVin
linnlil In' wiirf thev have It "nod Mill'. I am In v
ltrvbare, lo lnriin'liiili"ltai't al ri'iiaonulili mn-o.
v V KASTIJI.'IIAY.
OlhYn In Court IIiiuhii.
An vlvr ciiiitl Iur l'. it apiillril on any atylit
flral-rlafH M'-mlli-Hr-hori 1'iaiui. Will tin miIiI lu.
Apply at thip ullloi'
!fHMoSl. :.K rs -i'UYl-l.vs.
ii. mai;j:a,-m. p.,
Uui.i'iratliii' I'liysiciiUi and Siirt'oii.
JSce 14'l o.. 4im rtil avmiir. Iti-atilrui'i' turner
" nrii-.'iiih M. auil Wanliinsttm avi'iim', Cairn.
Jjli V.. W. WiUTI.tK'K.
i,rr,, y. -Nn. ( M.iim i'ivUI Awur.i', Ih-iwi-i'D
Kiijlrriiiuit Nihih StrofU
U. W. V. .IDIT.LYN.
I ) 1 : N T 1ST.
OPl'K'ii KiL'lith Mrcot, m ar t'tinntu nin! Atftiiif.
Notary I'ulilic iinl ('oiiveyuiitcr.
Oh'l-'lt'K: Willi Uu' W iiliiMii' nml ihirpnana' Mu
tual Aid Sm'irtT.
Q I). WILLIAMSON,
7i Ohio Iiv(h
Bo.it Stores and (ro-rrrh's,
oi' all khula.
Oi'ilX NKIIIT AND HA V.
Ki'-I; IHirv mid tilll Kilirr Mutl'T. (lyI.T n 1 all
Kiuil'"! 'run nlii'ii la n-umiii, tin tiaail anil tli'llv
tied pruuiprivut r('Birt''iir'.. free OvkIi r delivfrrd
70 OHIO I.KVKK.
Kodirt r dtut h ini'xurra biui eijmsivl to air.
M:k tli'liivri'i'. twice a day,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try It and -v lor yotirai'lvra.
3) l'INT TH'Kl'.TSO.NK HoI.r.AU'
Ci.'ti on drliM'iy of tickft" .
ALL 0!TS, MZKS AND STYI.KS,
Ale. i .Mu'iirUi-'urvr of and Drale: u
TIN. t'Ol'l'KKA SHKKT-IitON WAUi:.
K""AU. KIMia of HOI ,IK MV TU ilU..!(l'. J
Si. 2T, Kli.TITH Vt'HKKT,
t'AlIio. : ILLINOIS
Notk'' ik Uvirliv u'v.a tfiat 1 will In-at t'ic follow-
illt tJHIIIcd pl,'.'., lit h. tlllll' DtfJow
tli-d lor ih' p.i'p.e of rullvciiut loc
Kurii'ie ol li mid r Coumv, qiiim,
fur Ui" y.'r l?'i. ; p,.rKi:
waulnu to ..' i'i" pi'uu!i ul viimit rent per
niuu'li. wi;i lake adiaiiia.'eof liie i-oiiivinr , i-iij.
iii'.n nii-u iiriun. ju i ,iu) uj'.'r vin h in t.'i.-.r
AlMor lio'K" nl llurlint't & fjil,
jM!A4irit. ou w ''""i'. i
At i rv n'ore house oi il-u-y 1 1 nu,.,,. , , ih ,,M1 i
Juur? 4inl. A. l. lv)
At lol; lloasi nl' U. K (lirli", in Iiiii iuiI II !. 1
Pa.li.iii tuny prriaml. ou t'r:d.i,. J ",," j"
A A 1 bimse i ilea,,, Ntlllll ' ,.,.h .
l'.iuv; Mniiou, in ii,.,.. i, nei.,,. er-,!..!. oU unr-
Uai . luaintY -j 1 1. i i,i
A! vore tioiisv ol it A. Kihiii'.ni in i,.
Kt,t Cape ('irardiau. In K'.-t njie i.ir:iri,.'iu
prw Inn. on Moi.tUiy. .I nmnri .uMi. A, I) -mi.
A1 store house uf t.'enll -v A 'o . in ioah f
Clear fivV. in Clear 1'reeli In .iio t, on Tiiesiiai.
Jainetiy ti'tli, A. II ISsO,
;M Hen- luni.eul' li. V ll.onii Ji lire , in town or
lUV", in Tin-In-, preinn'.t. mi W ,'ilie'.iinv .Inn
nan JMh, A 1) ISfii
Al .tore house of A. II IreluieJ. In lonu oT SkiiIh
V. in sooit.i K pieiltii't. on Thur.dui. Jniniu) e
iili. A. It. Ihw,
Al tori' hoiie of Jus II Vitlehav, in town of
Com mere ial I'olnt. In Ihuki' Ii :iud prereut, oa
Krl.liv. .lau'i'iiy irntli. A. 0. Isso.
Ai te r.'.iilein,' of Meliulas llmn-inker. in Lake
NIlILoi'i l:v'.'liii.l, on satiiolav, January 'il-i, A II
Al sloreof I'et rSnp, in Klrnti'airo preelnet. on
Una Iur. r-Vlinwrv !nd. A. I. Isni.
At llie wfllie ol VI. J. Ilowley. inil es'.au. j,.it n
SmxiiiiI t ami prelum, on 1'wi.iljy. Keiiriuui Hid,
At almt) houn' ol I'alili k Kil.i'i-rald. en rorner of
1U xiret't aisl CiiniMieri lal Ai. n.ie. oj TlOnl t giro
rnnlont. ou W'etlU'siHv, re'irmr) lili, O I ,sii,
Al.loia bousn of Krue.t H I'viit, u 1'niro
ri Jnrt, ou Thurdn, K' ljruari 1U. , s.sn,
AlUntonrt liouf,ln Kiihrtli (.'airu jfci-ii.c I, t'miu
tfceUlk lw .Vl'a d., uf I'l-lifiiarf l I -mi.
Sheriff ami faille, lor of M-t-i--r i u , '
VilU tkU, Ckiiw, Uu., Jan. W, IMS. u
THE DAILY. CAIKO HULLKTIN: TUESDAY MORNINCi, .JANUARY
i TIIK DAILY WiLLETIN.
.Ml ItKi) AT THK HIST OKI'ICK IN CAlllo, IL
LINOIS, AS Sht'oMI (i,A!" MATTKU,
UlTliTAL I'AI'KUOK A1.KXANDKH COI N TV.
Only Morniiiy: D.iily IiiSoiiiIhtu Illinois.
C.uiio, III., Jmiuiiry .1) 1HM).
lim-. Tli:r. Hum Wind. Vil Wenllur.
a in 'tt'H
M -,".1 ml
li i in., 'JUM
Milium, ti Ti'in pi' rnl it i . .VO; Minimum .Tom
tieoiuue. IJ" ; Kninliill HI Hull.
V. II. H A V,
Serif'l Signal Coin. 1'. S. A
GENERAL U)VMi ITEMS.
St. J iimIis Oil is tin- must imjiiiliii'
Si'i' rent notice in small itih i rti.ieini nt
Mr. Jolin Clancy, wliii lut.s lieen iiute
ill of late, is imiirnving rapi'lly
-We t'orineil the iicniiuiiitanee nf Mr
Ju. CieaiT, of I'liilnonli. yetcrilev. He is
nn 1 1 Is way mxitli.
Iiiiilir knoivs what tin jieojile want
ami lias t'li'Uifetl a piano tuner permanently
See notice in inintlier fotitinn.
Prof. Ki.sen Iter1,', w ho for seven weeks
has lieen confineil to Itis beilby nn titlark
of rheumatism, ww out on llie street aoain
Men were ve-teivlav at woik on tin
Cairo A: Yintennes ruilraod traek, lielow
Twentieth street, ti''htenin:' the rails utnl
leveling the lieil.
The latest cxeiteinent is in the "Fault-
less" cioir soKl fur live cents, ly F. Kors
nieyer, Ohio Levee, corner Sixth. "Every
1 t 1 v takes it."
The Knights of the Mytic Ktvw are
makin.1,' jraml preparations for tiieir M:inli
(Iras hall, which it is interiileil shall surpa
anything ever yet Riven in Cairo.
-A car lnail of ice was yesterday re
ceivetl I y Mr. F. M. AYar.i from Pekin.
The crop of ice was a failure le-re this win
ter m it. I lienee n me was cut.
Mr. F. M.YViril is just now rec i v i n
a yreat ileal of w.) 1 hy the Cairo tm.l Yin
((fanes rai!roal, which lie cxp'-cts to tli
pose of hy the nirtl.
Uill to the height the ()!iio liver,
we suppose, the current of t!v Missiiiipi,
aliiiisy he Illiuois shore for several miles
up, is almost iiupproeptiblt.
"Moonlijjht on the Lake." Edward,
is nearly played out. The water is running
out ly way of tin1 sewers, very tat t. Lake
O'ocrly, owing to a cived-in sewer, will he
t!c la.t to oo.
Jack I.ally, tiva r who.se legs the cars
pa-sed soinu time agn, was out on crutches
for the tirst time, on last Suud iy. But he
hud ventured nut a little too soon and was
confined to Ms V I all day yesterday in
- The ladies uf the Y. C. T V. will oive
a supper nt the H.'i'irin Cluh 11 ill, Tnuts
d ay evening. .1 inuary '.".(!i. Supper will
he selVed at ti o'clock. 1'l'ice. 'i'l C"!lts.
Ic cream cx'.n.
-Mr. Y. ii. IVtils of the firm r-t IVttis ,fe
l'ird, r ,tiii iteil on tic steamer Champion on
Sunday aftern.ion nt :!:;!') o'clock. He has
Ii t i St I, mis ;i;id Imtiltt a !ar"! variety
of groceries to replenish his stork for the
Al leimau I. ui"uar presented at the last
ni. etinof the cnunci!, a petition signed hy
the m.-rchanls on Eighth street as'-iiriL that
S lid s'.p'i t he r.iveled. Tin.' petio.i w.ts re
f il'i'd t" the proper ci'Miniitlee. We hope
it will he fivoriKy r-'p'Ttel upon iid
speedily complied with.
-The Yiro'te ,ce, which pt.s d down for
NYn Orleans ve.stel'Uav, had aho.ird quite
an ecursi ui purty from the towns up the
riv -r Aitini: then " on hoar i were Ce;1'.
T!u ". Stycr and da'C'hter, Mis M hv, f'.'iu
l! iltoml i. They .'n to Nrw Orleans to sie
the sights dmin M irdi (ins.
i ne me crops o, I it yar, a
the statistics, lias incri "isvd
in the staple of life. The acreage of winter
wheat in Illinois its appears hy reports to
the State llmrd of Agriculture is almut
twenty-live per cent, greater than la-t year
and coniierah!y iuenc,.ss uf any previou,
Mr. J. A. W'oodson, wlm has. for over
ven years, held position iu tin- I. C. H.
I', otliee, -ind wir , tliroii 'h his "entlemaiilv
d P'Utment has, daring that ti ue mad"
f.. , 1, ..- ll . ...i i ,
f" "llot Wltl' ''' lit oatlle I II (a.lit.act
r-sig-.-l hi, pe.ition and will pr-!:..
b.v somi belter himself. Mr. H S J),.',Vrv
' is ul . successor.
-The two houses on Ohio Levee, winch,
some time agi dropped from their pins, are
a li'lisa.'iee uiid 'i tiild be rem ived or re
paired. Tli-y are in full view of all pn
s "tigers coming into the city bv byivt or
train un I mik" an ugly iinpiession upou
their inin Is. TloMiwners or tiieir n-ents
shoull b..' requ 'sii'd to have th'j nuisance
reui"di"d in aoni" way,
-Cu'l pet th !i vs vanished, so it is said.
Nooin'kn'iwswlh'rehe is keeping In,,,.'
Hf. II -closed , mi. his gMeery l.msiii'ss
on Eighth street som-tim" " :t,o,
I -aiin.; his wife ehil-1 with her par-nN,
I' l't town for thy purpose of (b, JinJ
aii'.'her location. He has not been Lend
from for aoaio ,;,,, Sl,,j ev,lfl ()M ()Wl r(., 4
til'.' itrv. iu tku dwk i to wliyreubjuu.
- Street Superintendent Gorman was yes
day at wiirk, w ith a unnt ot men, di'iny
tiji the sewer on Washington avenue, Im;
tw en Eleventh and Twelfth street. This
sewer wits coustrucled ahoiit seven years
uv;), and it hein.o of wood, lias rotted so
much in that time ns to cause it to cave in.
The job fif reeonntruelini,' it will he a hard
one, since it runs nlonjr under the sidewalk
nuking work on it very awkward.
llt.'v. (ieoroe delivcrd a very interest
ing si nnon in the IVcslryteriini church, to a
crowded house, on hist Sunday ni lit. He
very rleaily proved from profane history,
that Chri-'t at one time lived upon this
earth. The sermon, lieinej a masterly ell'ort
and ilisphiyin"' murh research, was listened
to with marked attention hy the laroc con
i;ree;ntion. The Cincinnati, Gazette, says Tut'
Caiho IJi i.i.ktin, prints a thriiliny; u. jici
trom ICansas for food and clothinj; for E.o
dus Windem's black people, who are r
ported to be "in rags," "hliivoring with
none," "dying of dysentery." The Deacon
should take up a collection and draw on
Exodus Wiinlmn for $10,000. The real
barbarians in 1his negro business are Re
publican politicians; w ho tin not object to
drawing the blood of several thousand col
ored people "for the good of the party."
Th 'v don't care who perish so long as they
can work up their vote. The black dupe
now in Indiana are sullcnng severely. As a
mutter of humanity the E. publicans who
are enginuering the exodus should make
some proprovLsiiui for these people.
AVe stated in Sunday's Itn.i.iaix that
"the cooper shop on the corner of Eigh
teenth and Commercial, which used to fill
the nir, tor a block around, with the sound
of busy hammers, was closed and the work
men had departed therefrom." This state
mei't was true at the time we mad'1 it, but
the shop has not 'Shut down" permantly as
may be inferred from this notice. We were
yr.-ter.lay called upon by Ike proprii tor
and asked to make this statement and do
The St. I.nuls Coal Kaiiroad Company
has reeeivp.1 lieensj from the secretary of
fate to complete said road from a point
where it forms a junction with the Cairo
an 1 St. Louis railroa 1 near Murphyshoro iu
the countv. of Jackson. III . eisterlv bv
way of Marion in Williamson county. 111.,
to a junction with the Cairo and Yineeniies
ailroad near Stone Fort (formerly lloltani
in Saline county, and in order to carry on
thi- wor'v propose to issue '.iii.oOO first
mortgage binds. Th: ab ive comninv is
ulreadv in cxi-tenee, and the above rnl is
The evidence ot 'public an bribery iu
Main is very clear, and puts the party in
an eeei"!i!i'':y unfortunate iwsition.
Ordinarily the briber can shelter himself
somewhat behind the d-clar at ion that the
'stim my of a ma!i who confesses that he
in If bribed is not entitled to any weight
et iu this cas" th ere w is no acceptance t f
liribvs with auv intent of corruption.
In b ith the cases disclosed the money was
t liieu for the express purpose of trapping
the K 'publicans, an I the . scheme seems to
have worked to a charm.
Tiif -school Ii ) tr l m t on Saturday.iH pre
viously stated in Tiik IUt.i.ktin, and made
a thorouuh examination into the rumors
connected with the colored school teachers.
The session lasted until near ten o'clock at
night, and the bmrd nude c ireful inquiry
into nil tlo.ttiuo- rumors, but found no
foundation for anything' exc-pt those relnt-i-Ut
iMiss l l.i Cinistyaiit Mi. Sarah
Ii iss. In tlte.se th,- eviden t. w s budi that
liiseh.iig.ii them from the
sch tois. Mr. M. '('line has l ; i employed
to ttk ' t ie place of Miss !' is. Miss
Christy's place lus not yet bee t filled.
A report was published in nearly ail
th- pipers in tli-s section of country a short
t;ui" since, to ihe e'lect that the time for
tiling pension claims so ns to secure pa-
lll"l.t hack to the date ot
tic soldier's din-
ch uge. i .xpir -l .1 inuary l-t. This we have
learned is a mistake. Tin' time for tiling
uch claims dm s not o.pir until July lu -r
next. It is the part of i-doin, however,
fir those hiving ciasies to gel them on tile
a- sunn u.s p issihli', for ev.-rv dav it is d lav-
t, j ,1iUh t . u!h. ) mitk. ,(M;r
an I consequently lessens th" ell oiee of nil i .
-Teams wre yesterday at work tilling
that pi 11 tmn of Commercial between Eighth
and Ninth streets where the sidewalk was
destroyed by lire thunigii the humingof
Kennies .Machine slip. Tut. lici i.ktin
has repeated')' called the intention uf ihe
city council to th" dangeraus condition of
this walk, but not until Mr. 1'itchei sus
tain".! injuri.-s hy n f.,11 there and a.kcd
t!ie co'iucil for d iniigi's, did that wide-
11W is'1 body S",' the necessity tor ti'" iv
e uisti iicil in of the walk. We may have heeii
wrong in urging the recoiislructioii of the
walk before this time, but to u man up a
tree our request seetned the proper one to
he complied with at tin' time it w,w m i,e.
- D 'linis K"arii"y --the readers of Tiik
lb t't.Ki'is have il heard of D.-nnis-is
again at his old treks, rh"torio il andtis 'al.
He tU'iirhs epitlees Uiat ar" unreportahle,
pass's tin. lea and wishes a "fair .good
night and rosy dreams and .slumber
hn.fht" to the queer eoimloui"i"iiiun of hu
nianily that seem to Hnjoy his haraiigii".
In Ne.v York the hat rea'i'ed ? 1 1 only,
which was a dead loss, aince the hall was
t'Vi. He was not Kiieinled by any "ho,.,
lir' of b.dd hea led, pot pated. honoralile
bilk, and btimtiii'rs," mid epithet
".!.'i;ryliujy hut tUrj w -ikimmau, who U
really most iiisultett by Ids cliauipionship.
Jay Gould, for instance, was described as
"the lean, lantern jawed, lop-hided pelican
and shark-minuted cormorant." Kearney
has In en tolerated something longer than
it was thought he would be, but it will
not hi' long before he finds hi level.
The New Orleans Minstrels are billed
for this place on Monday, February 5d.
They compose, one of the best troupes now
on the road. The Lexington Press says:
This excellent company had a trood audi
ence, and an appreciative one, at th'; Openi
House last night. Tli-ir entertainment. dif-
leieiif in many respects from the minstrel
shows to w hich our people have been aecus
toned, was novel and attractive. The
music w is particularly line, especially thu
in tni:iintal part. The dress, too, of the
in 'i'.bers of the troupe as they appeared up
on thest'iey, looking us it did like the uni
form of police, was a novelty which caused
much comment. A.I who luvored the .New
Orleans Minstrels with their presence last
niifht, judging by the applause they receiv
ed, were highly pleased. If th-' troupe
should come here again they will receive
a first-class reception.
Ile-erved scat tickets for sale at Ilart
man's. - We see Ironi the Chicago Tribune that
the Woman's Christian Teinperaunce Asso
ciation of that city has sent circulars to the
railroad managers, manufacturers, and
other employers soliciting answers to the
following questions: How many men are
In your employ '. What proportion are to
tal abstainers; Do you require the promise
of total abstinence as a conditi in of em
ployment: How many and wh it accidents
during the pat year Iroui the use of alco
holic beverages by your employes.' Have
any been obliged to have help tor them
selves or families as a result of tisiuir such
beverages.' As Saturday evening is the
harvest time of the saloons, will you, ns far
as possible, adopt the plan of paying your
employes on the fut or middle of the
wee It ;
Wc tvlcr w ith pride to an expression of
thanks from some of the ladies of Cairo,
published in another column. We have.
luring our warfare upon wrong, received
much verbal encouragement from some ot
our best citizens and, although wu were firm
in our convictions of right, the knowledge
that we stood not alone in those convictions,
strengthened Us and made us fee! that what
ever might be the result of our course of
attack, the good wishes of our best peiip'.p
itteuded us. When we began the attack
upon tin-citadel of crime which was guarded
by men in high authority, we expected to
receive no assistance from the other joiir-
liN: we expected to meet the stinging
tongihs of the guilty an I their defenders
troiii every quarter and wn were not mistaken
In the sea of abuse which surrounded us
the w uds of c mim-u lation from friends
were especially precious and so long as we
hold our position, being conscious of the
rectitude of our Course, TlIK I5( LIT TIN
slid! be fi.und a leader iu all refo ins that
may be ne.-.'ss ary to tl-.e well b-ing .f this
Dan Ilice lectured to a veiy good au
dience last night. He was eiithusiasticallv
received and throughout th" two hours of
Ids talk had the rapt attention of his hear
ers. His numerous flashes of wit were al
ways appreciated ami responded to with
hearty laughter and his good advice nl
w ivs called forth applause. As a humor
ous liiid generally attractive speaker, Dan
h is but few superiors. There is no doubt
but that h" will succeed ill his new d"p tr-
ture, for i 'al merit always .wins even
though ii;1 :al suasion" may fail. lu has
real merit Hil l ought to meet with the
greatest siii cess. After the dose of the
h i ture Cap!, W. M. Williams arose and
asked the attention of tin- audience for a
moment and w hen all wa-quiet, said that
"..h itevcr Dm. Pice's p.vt might have be, n
.yet tni" to I. is 'vneroiis iestinets. he h. id do
nated hail" the proceed-, of tin- evening's
enteitaiiimcnt to the Cairo Temperance
Reform Club. Willi iiiiotherchoer Ihe pen
pie departed satisfied, that whether in the
ring or ou the rostru.n, Dan Rice w as al
ways equal tithe delilindsot the oecadi ill
'Old Could ll 'Vt r fail to please his liean is.
-It Used to be a favorite saying of--Cliirlos
Dickens', we beli -ve - thnt this
world was so small that men continually
ran against eaeh other. We don't know
that Charles was right iu attributing the
"running again t" to the siuallm-s of the
world, bit we can bear testimony to the
fact that much of it occurs, be the cause
what it may. It was only yesterday morn
ing that we thougtlcssly nml innocently
entered one of our police courts
(no name necessary) and were told by
the dignitary presiding there, iu tones
that shocked our nerves, that h 'iiceforth
A c should publish no dcci- i u of his court
witlio it giving the i id"iici' in ,(. cus".
W'i were stunned; our knees shook and we
thoughtlessly stammered the reply that we
should certainty do as we pleased about
that little matter. For which we received
a l!itiitn.il abuse, We le.lt theawlul pres
cmr of this w orthy but only to meet another
very worthy gentleman, who. in well-measured
sentence.!, denounced us for having
styled one of our most hardwork
ing citizens and onf of our
oldi'st residents, "Curley Mike." This
wa.1 a slur on the gentleman, we were in
forlied, and of course, we stammered the
best'iipology possible, and lost no time in
jjaining another part of Uu city soon after.
V wen; now "homeward bound" --in
search for a wholesome dinner w hen we
say it to our sorrow, we met a gentleman
w ith cane iu hand. The cane wasn't used
upon us, but we.il, suHkc it to say, our
dinner was completely spoiled for us. We
were now as crest -fallen as a dried pear and
why people persisted iu "running against"
us while we studiously steered out of their
way was as profound a mystery to us an
boarding house hash.
CAIID OF THANKS.
I desire to tender my heartfelt thanks
to my many friend iu Cairo for the nu
merous kindnesses (drown me and the many
expressions of sympathy in my behalf dur
ing my prostration. Jack Lam.v.
"HE H) CGI IT A MULE."
Tiik Rit.i.ktin of Saturday gives special
prominence to the fact that Mike Glynn,
Ihe curly drayman, bought a mule. Now,
what is there wonderful about the purchase
of a mule by Curly Mik-: Hasn't Curly
purchased mules before; And shall he not
auti-rh-'toiieally speaking, purchase them
behind; If the mule bought Curly Mike
or Mike Curly bough! the mule, or the
curly mule bought Mike, or Mike M ile
b'Hight Curly Mike, or Mule Mike Curly
bought Curly Mike's mule, or in the hurly
imrly tins curly mule w is bought by Mike
Hurly, a mule more burly but not so curly
as old, reliable, sturdy, buiiy Curly
Mike, when indeed Tiik Uim htiv could
refer to the purchase aforesaid simply as a
relative fact. As the matter now stands the
sympathy of the public is all on the side of
police conn- ITEMS.
---Ed. Martin, a rou-tei, was arrested bv
Constable John Hngna yesterday, for hav
ing imbibed t io freely. Squire Robinson,
before whom lie was tried, finding that
Martin's drunk wis n very plain one, lined
hiio one dollar and costs,
A colored lady -of distinction, and
without name. Squire Robins an informs us
--yesterday payed for the Use of the I itv of
Cairo, tiie sum of live dollars and cists for
--In Justice Coniing' court. Jim Oiange
the impressible Jim -plead guilty to a
charge of drunkenness, and was lined one
dollar and lo.!,. Chief Lallii" made the
bones King, b-.-ttrr known as "bum
mer King ot New Orleans," wits up on a
charge of drunk ami disorderly and plead
ed guii'v. he was taxed sjx dollars and
the Usual costs, :.n 1 in default of payment
was sent to the lock up for nine das.
At n late hour Inst llight Officer John
P. Hogan arrested a man for stealing coal
from the coil ilitt lioiow the narrow gunge
depot. The fellow Was locked Up and will
be given a hearing to-day.
Fred. Good "stuttering Fred," w.i
before Comi igs on a charge of fighting pr - ;
ferred against him by Charlie Edick' r. lb- 1
was lined nine and costs.
HOTEL AREI YAI.s. !
AT TflK l'l.vn.l(s' llul s.. j
Geo. T. Riddith, St. L' uis, Ja-.m CI,, ney, '
St. Louis; ('. F. Smith, St. I'.uis: G. W. (
Martin. Dardwcll, Kv.; J. L. M .v, Grenada, i
Miss.; V. 15. Keliey. Ci.icinn iti : C. I).
Bradley. Cariui; ll. F. H'e-1, Mobile. Ala.: 1
W. A. Dodge and wife. Col 'minis, Ky.; V. I
M. Go da!!, Marion; J. S. Tayi.-r. C.-ntrnlia; i
la". Parkinson. Centralia: Ja.-. 1 1 .in ilton,
G ilv-slon, TeXds; C. E. Palmer. Chicago; ',
J. S. ( luni, Yienn a: Ja-. M. Dainioii. Vi
enna: W. M. D'-aii", New Yoik; R. N '
Leonard. St. Louis; J. S. Out. New Yoik:
Jno. Wilson, Cincinnati ; Mr-. Join's. Little ;
Riv.r, Mo. !
K.liior !!i,;;. ti;
AN I.X!'RISI0N OF THANK.
MANV 10 Till-. I.MHKS i,y ( A I Hi I To 'I II K l.lil
Toii i'K TIIK Ul I.I.Kl'KS.
Dm; Sm : Having been requested bv
many of the .adies of Cairo to thank voii
f r llie courageous mid noble stand oiir pa-
per lots taken against the immorality that
exists in our town, I gladly avail "myself
of lids "pporiunity fur so doing, and "join
niyentiealies wiih theirs' that you loiiilmie
to loliow the line you have chosen and let
th" world see that Cairo can boast of at
least one pap -r w hich is neither afraid or
ashamed to take up amis against wrmin in
Ahatever shape it limy appear,
( io ou w ith tlm goml work voii have under-
oa.,... .....i i. ..i... ..i.". , .
i.ii,ii ii.ii, n,:ii,,i is tiiieaoi oeoiiiooig to i
bear goiid fiuit. Yon are capable of tioing i
tbrongli the columns of your paper a much 1
good for the Illinois oi the town ns the I
ministers in the pulpit. I might almost
say Dime, for your paper w ill leach and iu- ;
tbieii'ce a class that their good sermons sei- j
doni, it ever wiil.
Continue to encourage morality and de- j
iioiince immorality. "Let no guilty one :
escape." Hew to the line let, the chips fall j
where tney may. and you will do a good 1
woik for lour town ami have the approba- I
tion and support of all our good conseienti- j
Respectfully yours, in behalf of th" lady
readers of Tiik Hi i.i.ktis. M. M. "
Cairo, 111, Jan. Ith, lesO.
MARDI GRAS AT NEW ORLEANS.
The old reliable Great, Jackson Route
will sell tickets over th"ir line lo a: tend the
Mardi Gra.s festivities nt New Orleans, for
e . . i . ....
one litre, -pi i.oo, tiie roitnii rnp. I he sa.C
of tickets will coininence from train leaving '
Cairo, Wednesday, February -llh, nf r . ni. I
and close with Ihe train leaving Cairo nt 5
h. in.. Mon.'hn'. Kebroai'i' !oli Tli.iv will I
l,e,vo,llor,..nm to.,,l ;,,.'i;.. si,;..,! ,,.
February Pith, lysi). F. Cu imh.kii,
J. 1L Jonks, Gen'l pii. Agent.
Ticket Agent. Cairo.
' ' '"Ill, ' 'II ! ,
PIANO TIN I N(l.
Edward A. Huder, would respectfully an
nounce to the musical community, that he
has eflect-d an engagement, with Charles
Gilbert, a graduate, of Thomas' collect! of
music, and a through musician, who will
ttiuc, and keep iu order, by the year, or
otherwise, nil pianos entrusted to h!s
care. Mr. Gilbert will arrive in this city
on the '.'Hth, inst., and all older left at No.
101, Commercial avcinie, will receive
prompt attention, and be personally gtinran
EllWAIlO A Bt'DKIl.
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