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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1880.
All. AOVl:T!SBVIIMS In t hi- column. !
ive line ee4t or In will bo piili'ilnbil lor
iru incriui,;H. Omen, to renin; I week, in';
jag-!'. I to; S mouth without ilmtnr. 1 a-l per
-thnnth Each additional Hue, promt.. Siiuit'.lom
wanted !; .
OwHIititf and tmir lota-very denlniblo properly
M oulbca- '' comer Till ntreel nnrt JutfcrHiiu Avcuue.
l. .1. HoWLKV, ltal Karate Agent
lsaiin and pun-haaurt of real palate In Cairo
bould be Kure luey have a ifiwid title. I am now
anejiarcd lo furulab ahntiacte at reanonable. ratci.
Office In (Hurl Honai".
Ai order E'd lir W. if applied nn any Myle
rat-cUxn Mcndlennhou I'liino. Will be uolil low.
Apply at thin tittle.
r,, I. J. Ujrut' can accommodate a few day
noue-n. alno lioard and room for two. I'rtren very
iow. Aiilv at Iter hotif-e ncx: to the Catholic
church ou Wanhinittou avenue.
Hmine and lot p-i t tin t tl ou JcUVraou and Thlr
een'h dreet he'ween.letlcrnou and Cedar trecl.
-said property aituated an lollown. t it: Lot num
hwedini hlo.-k nuuiliiT (li In tlii' Third aJditlnu
the city ol Cairo. For further particular lu
.onireat the bonne. TIIU.MAh H. WIN.TF.li.
Dated thin. I'.th day ul Feb. lsso,
I'KOFKSSIOXA!, ( ARISl'HTSiriAS.
H. MAREAX, M. D.,
HotiiooMathic Physician and Surgeon.
JO.ce 140 o. tnerc.lal avenue.. Kenidence corner
''I'irti eutU fit. auii Waalrinrfna avenue, Cairo
U. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
(fWf Xn. 1; Commercial A'Kuut. between
Eisritli aud Niuih rstreeu
W. C. JOCELYX.
D K NTIST.
oFHt. R Elunli Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public aud Conveyancer.
OFFICE : With the Widow V ar.d Oo-piisna' Mu
aal Aid !n.-ltv .
STEAM B ATv
2T. LOUIS, CAIRO AXI) PADITAH.
Tie F.'ntS'.dehiei I'eeiii;-r S'ramer
A.J liHU - Cert.
Leave Cairo ever)' Monday and Thursday fur
'ap ilrii't,n!i. St. I oui-. nnrt' way laLilinen. Kr
frcit-tit orpa-i-age apply to SOL A "sILVEH,
Jp L WRECKING COMPANY.
Hi. n: itloted their wrecking boat
mnMt: 1 . i L Jlllili Z
At Cairo where they huvc everything needed in
Ihedivern' line, uti uni pump. line., biork-. tin
thorn, etc. Will hire or cuntrai t fur ul t kit;im of
ul '.uurine work
H 1 It AM UII. I.. or. .1. J. SUA LI.' i:OsS.
Sup nntendeiil. rrenidebt.
Ci.1,0. I.oaini:l. Ky.
M I U.I. Kin.
R'luter'n Hloi k. orni r Seventh street and Com-
men ul Avenue,
ltn,f..i to inform the r:ti' nof c;r. Mid nh'iV.i'v,
Uif he tin a
New iintl Larixe Siwk of (Jonds
Willi b !: Will nell at AT. At. ( .T. II -i ! Mi i t
Hats and Boiuiots,
CHILDHEN S CLOAKS
Aud Fine Imported H'" l"r I.tnle and i,.tlf. !i.
Ladies' lMiniisliimj (ioo.ls!
AM ll. ven latent de-icim. l'nei-n n inw pun
ibli and irixel-marked in p'aiu fi'.nr"e. W'll iit
te iiriUernulu Ceil ntnl exnmnie, Nn iron).;'., to
ehnw ijoojs l.nili"n win do not .. what they
nil lit H .ll pi, a-.i a-'.; lor i'
The Onlv Remedy
'I'll AT ACTS AT T!tK S MK TI M U ON
AND TIIK KIDNEYS.
Th!n combined action ul v-. It wmiderl'iil power
o cure nil ameunea
Why A:iK we Sick?
Ileciunit vvetiilow tlee jresi oriralin to lu iiimi'
tdoicri'd ur lortild. u ml iioi-iiiioiin hutimrn are On re.
Inn: forced turn t lie Mood Hint nhoiild be evpelled
BILUOt'sNKSS. I'lI.KH. cONSTirVI'IMX,
KIDSKV COMl'LAIXTH. IHINAUV lllh
F.ASKS. FEMALE WEAKNE SKsj
AND XliUVOl S JlS,ol!Hi:its,
ky rannlna free action of then" ortfruin un I reitor
tiij tlielr power to Hit lev oil dlneuni .
Vfcy Kuffer Ilillioua ialn andui lienr
Why tortiietiled with I'llea Coiintlpiilloti''
Why frightened over disordered Itldn'ynr
Tl by ciiilnre tierso'ilr mid mi It lieudiii benl
by llHVI fleeplenn lili!lt.
I'ne KlUNIiV WOIlTaud r.',olc In lleulth.
It li a dry, ve'tiibie coiiipnutid and
One pttcknU'c will itial.e aix tpmrta of Mtdii'liic,
OitlUttf jtmr Drtiwint.'liL' will order 11 tor yi.
WELLS. KtCIlAI'.OSuN & CO.. I'mprletorn.
$ liuiliiiK' jn, Vt,
THE DAILY 15ULLETTN.
KNTlillKl) AT TIIK I'tJBT OFFICE IS CAIUO, IL
I.IXOIS. AS 8F.COXU-Cl.ASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAI'KKOF ALEXAXUEK COUNTY.
Only Morninff Daily in Southern Illinois.
Caiuo, 111.. FebruarjiW UWt
Bar. Ther. Hum Wlud. Vtl Weather.
a m JI M
10 " :).V)
tp m , W.tt
(ifmriin. : Kn!nfnll U
River 10 feet 4 indie.. J(
8ert Signal Conn. U. S. A
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
SILVER PLATED TABLE WAKE.
The knives, forks and spoons (tea or ta
Mo) sent out by the Xew England Silvor
I'late Co., of Xew Haven, Conn., have al
ways given the ln'st of satisfaction, as they
are made of that purest of tnetals, steel,
with pure nickel and silver. Any one
needing a supply ought to write for a circu
lar, or send $. ceuts for a sample set of tea
I am now ready and willing to receive
the revenue of lTD.and in my opinion tax
payers will find it to their interest to pay
without further uotice ami save the pen ilty
that attaches on delinquent tax-pnyers. etc.
Your? truly, Jons 1Ioiv.es,
Sheriff and Collector.
the cheapest place
to go for Uwts and shoes either to have
them made to order or buy ready made, is
at C. Koch's. Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets. He bought hi
stock of lxtots and shoes, leather and tind
iugs before the late rise, and will give the
public the benefit by selling at the old
prices. Do not fail to call when in need of
iyiO(l in his line.
Note Heads as low as $ per 1.000.
Letter Heads ns low a T" per
Imperial IJill H. ads as low a- $2 per
Hills Lading as low a fj 50 per l.('0.
Envelops and priming f .1 0 to l 00
At The Bcm.f.tix job offi.-e.
.TtisKrii A. Evaxs, at Clifton, X. B., thu-t
writes to Mr. Fellows: "'I believe, under
kind Providence, that Mr. Fellows' Com
liotitid Syrup of lIypp!iotpliites has heen
tin means of restoring botii my wile and
daughti r. The latter from Tubercular Con
sumption and I hope the afflicted will avail
theiiwlves of its use."
Ofii prestnt banking system i a vast
itiiprovi'iuent on that "f twenty years ago,
as every one must admit who reineml e:s
tin trou'.ile we hud with wild cat money.
Any man who is s i bilious as to deny tit i
should take a dox of Mott's Liver Pills,
and recover his normal btliturj condiiiou
a- soon its pos.ible.
Fliu.M A DlTI vrislIKI) PlIVnlrlAX.
Prof. Green, a lii.-.tiiiir.iMifd allopathic phy
sician, wrote to lilt- Medical Ilecord. of At
lanta. Ga.. to the effet that uftel ail other
means luid faiieil. he sent for the Eidm-y
Cure, iSnte Kidney and Liver Cure), and to
hi atoninhmeiit cured a serious cat? of
Bright's Disease by administering it. and
afterwards found it equally beneficial in
oilier cases. He advised his brother physi
cians to use it in preference t't anything
else for kidncv disorder.
Tin: P17CVM and charming actress,
Mit M-triiu MorJunt, of tin lint I way
theater. New York, was taken suddenly
with a seven hoarseness was unable to
oeriorin: a triend reeoinmended Gin s' Lin
iment Iodide Ammonia: the cure w is rapid
Giles' I'ills cures s:i)presiou. Sold by
all di legists. Send for pamphlet. Dr.
Giles, r) West liroa dwav. Trial sie '
cents. Barclav riother, ag-nts.
Fl.Ks i.' lliHTolts. The fee nf doctors is
1111 item that very many persons are inter
ested in just at present. We believe the
schedule for v isits is .:!, which would tax
a man confuted to hi hed for a year, and
i:i need of a daily visit, over $l,0ii(i 11 year
for a medical alteiid inee alo'n: I And one
singh' bottle of Hop Bitters taken in time
would save the .rt,0(( and nil the year's
Mv looi) Woman whv are vmi so out of
sorts, never able tt tell lolks th.it you are
well ! Ten to one it's all caused in the first
place by habitual constipation, which has
no doubt finally caused deranged kidneys
ti tn I liver. The sure cure for constipation,
is the celebrated Kidnev-Woi't. tt is also
a speeillc remedy for all kidney and liver
diseases. Thousands are cured by it every
month. Try it at once.
Wvmix. Bradford Co., Pa.
Messrs. Morgan A Allen, .Vi John St. New
Dear Sirs. --1 find the "('(institution
Water" an excellent remedy fur tlie diseases
for which it is rc;:oininciided, I have Used a
coiisid. 'ruble of it in my practice with en
tire success. Ihave, on hand a cast! of en
larged prostate gland with irritability of
me necKot tlie bladder, which I cannot re
lieve with anything as well ns Conslitution
Water. 1011 will please send me one-hull
oozen oilmen ny express, t;. (). I).,as soon as
possible, as tlm druggists at T.iwunda have
none (tt present. I expect you to nmke the
usual discount which you make lo drugiisls
and physicians. Direct to Oliver C. St vies,
ai. I). Ask your druggist lor it.
Wastbi). Sherman A Co., Marshall
Mich., want an agent in this county at
once at ft salury of if lot) per month' mid
expenses paid. Fur full particular ml
dre.rs in al.MVe
(SKXERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Buckwheat flour, cracked wheat, out
meul, dried apples and peaches, at Pettis &
The communication from John Law
rence, the runner for Mr. Louis Herbert's
hotel, will appear to-niorrow.
Mr. Johu Hagey, who cut his leg se
verely last June, was down town on his
crutches yesterday for the first "time since
Andrew Cain is back from St. Louis
where he went some days ago to consult
physicians concerning his health. His ail
ment takes the form of consumption.
Try our choice hams nnd breakfast
bacon, the best in town. Pettis & Bird.
Geo. O'Hara has a bonanza, nnd
all bald headed, gray headed, and other
kind of headed people, are interested in it.
Read the advertisement of Thomas' h lir
Spring is opening in earnest. So is a
new box ot the "Faultless"' five cent cigar
being opened every day to supply the im
mense demaud. Sold wholesale and retail,
by F. Korsint-yer.
A nice line of Xew Orleans sugar and
molasses at very low prices at Pettis &
Mr. John Clancy contemplates the erec
tion of a two story frame building on
Twelfth street, near the corner of Commer
cial. Mr. Clancy is one of our most ener
getic business men who deserves the pros
perity he enjoys.
A r.'d cow was killed by the I. C. P..
P.. switch engine at the foot of Twenty
eighth street yesterday afternoon. The
engine was backing a number of freight
cars, tlu foremost one struck the cow and
killed her almost instantly.
-The Temperance club met at their
hall last night. We were unable to be
present, but judging from the number of
homeward-ltmnd people, after the meeting
wa over, we judge that the attendance was
as good as usual, and, of course, the exer
cises Were interesting.
The fourth winter meeting of the Illi
nois Press Association was held at Chicago,
in the Grand Pacific hotel, on the 10th inst.,
anil proved to be a very interesting one to
tit;- craft, as it was devoted strictly to busi
ness matters and Journalistic work.
Dntuoin Tribune: "Tin: C.UK'i Bn
i.t'Tiv complains of a lack of advertising
patronage from the business men of that
city. The Tribune can justly make the
s'.me complaint, but as complaining won't
probably make business any better, we de
sist, hoping that our tradesmen will soon
observe that they are standing in their own
light by neglecting this important adjunct
to their business."
The committee appointed to solicit
subscriptions in South Cairo for the relief
of the suffering poor in Ireland, were out
yester lay morning and collected in alxmt
two hours an 1 a half, 1C4.75. They wen,
as a general thing, well received, and are
much encouraged. They will resume col
lecti.m this morning. We hope to be able
subscription list in a ihy or
If you do anything of intere.-t, Ictus
ci:ow it. There are some people who giuin-
ble because every local occurrence does not
promptly appear, from tvhich nothing could
e extracted with a gimlet and corkscrew.
Might as well bore for oil in a petrified
n;d. If you are concerned in anything of
i.jca! iiiterst we slmll be glad to help you
in making it known, an i if you are sud-
lenly killed, be sure and call nroiind with
tin' infoi uiation.
Mr. Wash. Blodgett, ,'eii.rul agent, is
iii tli city utraaging for the coming ol
Jspragiies Oiignial (n-orgin Minstrels, to
ive an entertainment at the Athcncum
next Friday, the ','Tth. Our people have
not forgotten this troupe, nor their enter
tainment of three or four years ago, which
was pronounced thf best tnin-trel iierl'urtn
ance ever given in tne AUieiicum. Me
predict a crowded house lor them nnd an
exhibition perfected and improved by sev
eral years cxpe.ielice.
The spiritual well'aie of .1 ilui China
man, temporarily resident of America, is lo
receive the attention of emigres-, even
tic ugh it involves the "tinkering" ot the
tariil, thai process so much dreaded by pro
tectionists. A bill Ins been introduced
providing that copies of the bible and oth
crp'ligioiis book and larets in the Chinese
language miy b.' imported free of nil duty
by any church, or religious or inis-ionary
society, if not for sale, but for grutiiirouH
Fresh mackerel, salmon, lo!iste., sar
dines, cod 11 -li, cod fish balls, etc., at Pettis
The amount of money needed In run
the Democratic nntion.il convention, 1,1 caso
it should be held in Chioogo, has nearly all
been subscribed. I'p to day before yester
day "1,000 had been guaranteed, and of
this the hotel men have subscribed us fol
lows: Palmer house, 1 1,000; Grand pu
cillc, $ii00; Sherman hou, $W0; Tremnnt,
$'j:i(); Commercial, iflOO; Burke's, $100;
Gault house, $100; Gardner, $10; liriggs,
iji.'ii); Mallcson, $:)(): Clifton, fill; Btwnort,
$rl); Wiud'ior, $.10; Hotel Frankfurt, $"0;
Uevcrc, jiMi Ogdeii, $.'.; Hindi, k, $j0;
Atlantic, $i0; Massassoit, $'jr,; nud 4!
tvattering, milking $:i,0.O In nil. It is
itrnnge but true thai the cntmuiiteo
which has collected the greatest pm-tiim of
this amount is composed of two Republi
cans uud one Democrot, and the two Re
publicans did uearly till the collecting.
The State Journal's Marion special
gives an account of the discovery of per
petual motion by William S. Obern and
William T. Hyett, ot Richmond township,
Marion county, Ohio. The truth of the
discovery is vouched for by leading citizens.
Says tiie special: "It consists of a large
iron w heel containing n large number of
slides, inclined planes, etc. It will start itself.
Obern is a nrllcr by trade, and Hyett is 11
mechanic. They have been working on
the machine for some time. A model has
been made and sent to Washington for u
patent. Meantime the patentees keep
wa'eh under lock and key."
Officer Geary who took young Boyd
back to Puilucah, upon his arrival there
from this city presented the accused before
Judge W. L. Husbands, of the city court,
but his case was continued on motion of the
city attorney until Friday morning next.
The prisoner was, by order of the court,
turned over to Marshal Birchett and was by
that orlicer placed under charge of a spe
cial bailiff with freedom of the city. Mr.
Boyd does not deny the charge against him,
but says that if he did commit the otlenses
they were the result ot a two weeks' spree.
He also says that in his troubled mind over
the charge as conveyed to him by friends
previous to the visit of the officer to his
mother's house, he did nit know what to do
and hence started to leave the country; but
that on reaching Cairo he concluded to re
main and straighten up and then return
home, lie says he desires an investigation,
and for this purpose freely consented to re
turn with Mr. Geary. The charge against
the accused is a serious one. and while the
evidence is very conclusive a number of
his acquaintances have faith in his inno
cence and believe lie will be released.
Mixed pickles, chow chow, gherkins
and all kinds of pickles in ltottles, kegs
and barrels. Just in from the manufactur
ers, at Pettis A Biri's.
A BASTARD BABY
OVER WHICH HOGS WERE YESTER
THE FAT II EH AM) MuTlihU OF THE CHILD
l)!s OVEliKO THE IMjl'F.-VT TO HE
Yesterday morning brought to light what
may turn out to be one of the ino-t
damnable crimes that has been
committed in this city for many u day.
At about M:i'D o'clock . m. while on their
way to sch'tol u number d' schoolchildren
Hissing over the commons, on Twenty-fifth
street, between Washington and Poplar
I HK CO I'. PS K OF A l.l 1(1 I;.M1V,
over which the hogs were lighting. The
bogs had rooted it up on Twenty-fifth street,
a few feet from a whitewashed board fene",
aud had t'.lready eat. n off its feet
when discovered. The nose and
mouth had been bitten into by
the hogs, but the f!"sh on the face all
remained. The children, who were on
their way to school, drove off the hogs
III. XI. TIIK CHILD IT ON
tin fence, between two boaids, by its head,
in order to place it out of the reach of the
hogs. They tlcu continued m their vviy
to .school telling ul! whom tlcv met ol the
occurrence. I Ins soon sprcan too report
aiel :iv noon tin; sun ci was in tue iiiouui 01
, 1 .1 I . .1 . ... I I'
very uptown family, and many were they,
who nail voiteii tne scene ami scu ine lit
tle creature dangling bv it- head Iroin the
fence by that time. At twelve o'clock
(' miner Dick Fit.geral d.Sheriff Hodges aud
others went there and tmuul that the child
had been buried near the fence
under a few inches of ground,
where the lmo-s had dug it up. It was ap
parently a seven months' child, fully devel
oped, perhaps twelve or fourteen inches in
length, and it was judged from its appear
IT HAD IlliKN IIOIIN Al l V I-..
l! had been buried in a five-pound candy
b'i. const rticted of such light material as
fruit iiox'.'s are made out of. The box Ic
ing too short for the child il must have
been doubled up into it. Several small
sheets of linen in which it had been wrap
ped were found dry and unstained except
where they were spotted with blood, and
from this it Is argued that the child was
buried before the last rain, which was only
a few days ago. This supposition is very
reasonable, since the heavy rain of Thurs
day morning would have passed through the
lit t it ground which covered the
box and have saturated iid soiled the
Coroner Fil.g-rald placed it, in a box
and took it down lo the court house where it
remained while he went in search of evi
dent:" to convict the guilty patty.
At about oioO o'clock wo louinl Coroner
Fitzgerald ut the court house corner, sur
rounded by six or eight negro women, all
of whom had, apparently, something very
important to connnunicale, Upon ap
proaching the scene wo found the theme of
conversation, us we, expected, the linding of
the buby on Tweiity-llltli street. The
women were in the uct, to use
a slang phra.e, of "giving nway.
the woman who , had given
birth to Ihn child, and were revealing to
the coi'inier ho much of thu a flail' ns they
hud leini"d. They stated that they had
D 31. T. W. T I-I O M A S
A WONDERFL'L FERTILIZER CONTAINING THE ACTIVE PRINCIPLE FOR
TIrIK HUMAN HAIK.
Thu bair audicalp 10 a normal coudltlun, tblckcut tliltibalr, atopa Ita fulling out and prevent. dandruT.
All Scaly, Crnty,Cutaueoua Krupltoni of the Hcalp, ulluva tbu Itching Wcunatlon and will proervc lb
Hair for a Lifetime.
, IT V!I,r, NOT HOlIi
The most detli-ntu fabric and U deculely prefentblu to yreanv olntnierta.deletiirloiia tonlca and tioin iit
wanlieu, while II In much cheaper la price, uud fro from the uiipleanuutueas Incident to Ihulr tiae
TIIK SOAP KMl'LOVMI)
In purely veetuble, and simply a vehicle containing costly uiedkluen rpecllrallT for thodialr and acalp,
which remain lut.ict when incorporated with a neutral uoap.
Prepared under tiie Immediate ., I y TIim-MQ . 101c i .
iiniructionaof 'i . l I1UJI Ao, Hair and Scalp Specialist.
Price 50 cent per cake. Three cakes $1,25. GEO. E. O'HARA, Sole Agt, Cairo, III.
just come from thu house of a negro woman
named Linda Burns, who lived on Twenty
third street near the corner of Cedar, uud
said that Linda Burns informed them
that she was the mother of the child which
had been found Ion the commons. They
were notified by Officer Schuckers to attend
the inquest at 10 o'clock this morning.
When, in company with the coroner, we at
once set out for Limb. Burns' house to
learn particulars. A small shanty on
the aforesaid street was pointed
out as her residence, and upon entering we
found a rather young looking negro woman
with one child 011 her lap and three others
jumping about the floor. The room was
less comfortable than the cell in the county
jail in which the day before we had visited
E. F. Davis. A number of panes were
broken out of the only window which ad
mitted light to the room, and their places
filled with r igs, and the cracks w hich ad
mitted the wind were numerous and huge.
The furniture in the room was composed of
11 stove, three chairs and a bedstead, which
was filled with dirty rags. The coroner
made himself thoroughly at home before
saying a wind, win 11 the following conver
sation ensued :
Coroner II ov m my children have yoni
Linda Burns Four.
C. -IIow many years have you lived in
L. B. I have lived here three years.
('.Where did you live befce you came
to this city.
L. B.-'ln New Madrid. Mo.
C When- did yon
betote vou lived
I.. B.--I Was bur;, un i r ai -. d in N
M ..h id.
('.--Are vou a married woman;
L. I J.-Yes.
C. What is your h'isbvid's name?
L. B.--,)o!m Burns.
C You are unwell, are you not;
L. B.- Ye-; I .I'll II 't quite Weil. You
are a doctor arn't you .'
No reply from the coroner.
L. B. You are the doctor who tended to
a woman on thi- street are you not;
The coroner look 'd us wis as you please
and kept his mouth shut.
('.--How long hav? you been unwell:
L. B. For about three mouths.
('.Have you been worse ( t lute?
L. B. Ye: miscarriage was the cause.
C-When was this;
L. B. -A W'."k ago to day, (Friday. 1
('. How long ago i 1 a it lieen since you
ascertained that you were pregnant.'
L. B. -About three month- ago.
('. Was it not s'-veti inoiitlis ag
L. B. -No. sir: I know i?
been over four months.
('.Where is your husband f
L. II.-lie's imt alive.
('.-When did he die
I.. 11 -lb di"d last winter.
('. -How do yo'i support yourself;
L. B. I am unable to work, and get
along as he, t I can. Sometimes I have 11
hard time getting along.
('. How old lire you '.
L. I!. Twenty-six years.
('. -Who is tin father of the child yuti
s ;y u,u miscarried .'
L B. - Charles Dtiulup.
C Is he a married man,'
and he diives a team for
C Docs he know of
biiih to the chil l;
L. B.-- Yes; gave
between seven and
your having given
I hi: i 1 tn the mild
Fiiday night and sent for
him on Saturday; but he
couldn't com.' during the day becous. he
diives a team, but he came nt night.
C, -Who buried the child?
L. B. II" to ik it away at night nnd
C. - He made a bit I j ib of it.
L. B. So?
C. -Who was with you immediately af
ter giving birth to the child?
I. 15.--My sister who lives next door.
(She had told half a dozen who had visited
her yesterday that her sister knew nothing
uboiii the affair. 1
C. Artt you sure that (.'has. Dunlap is
the father of the child.
L. B.- I think 1 ought to be, since he is
the only man who has kept me since my
I'pun leaving the house the coroner
started for the next house to see the
woman's sister nnd ascertain what flic
knew about the affair, but that worthy lady
was not found at home, and it being now
dark, we left the coroner, who, af'cr express
ing the opinion to Officer Schuckers that
Dunlap should at onco be arrested, visited
several neighboring families with tlm ob
ject to lind, if possible, some positive proof
At eight o'clock last night Sheriff Dodges
and Ollleer Schuckers cnlhid at ('has.
Duuhip's house to arrest hint, but found
him sick In bed. nnd hetice he was permit
ted to remain where he was. The inquest
will be held at ten o'clock this morning.
DICKENS AND MOORE.
Mr. C. A. Kitchen, representing the
house of P. F. Collie-, of St. Louis, is 111
the city canvassing for the above works
complete, couud in cloth and gilt. Over
2,400 volumes were sold in St. Louis.
These books are sold on installments of
cents per week. A first payment of 50 cents
only, is required on the delivery of the
book, this places a tine library vuluni"
within the reach of all. Mr. Kitclcn will
call cm nur citizens, conim-mcing thij
morning, and we hope our people will slew
their appri ciutlug of line thing' by giving
him the encouragement he has so ju-'iy
received elsewhere, and not let this oppor
tunity pass of supplying themselves with a
line work on such liberal and ea-y tcntiv
Doscola, III.. Feb. l!hh. lsso.
After the bloody murder perpetrated 0:1
the tramp near Dongola, things hav
quieted down and our quaint little tr:;,
though she lias time unJ again b"cn sc.o,
daliz.ed by similar outrages, still t.x:..
Fears may, however, be entertained for he.
future prosperity in ca-e there is riot a tirm
quietus put upon this murdering business.
WE AUK A MIXLD 11' SKT
of humanity in Dongola. having
Methodist. Uiptist. Lutheran ant
Presbyterian churches. Some "Inger
solites, n 1 a good many t'nivcr-uli-ts ;vlii li
is all a matter in course, hut what we mo-.
Heed is, a ci'lss of people pnsfssi.i 1 '.
rnoughcommonseii.se to chew their'vV'
tials when they eat: attend to their own at
j furs aud quit so much go-sioing.
TIIK FAU M MiS AIIOCXM) InS',u!
are a. 1 coming in this wck, paying th-i:
tax.- and buying their seed oats and clover
s r I. The genera! impression among tin m
is that the wl.eatcrop is ail light thus fir
All our farmers wear a broad smile an i
have their purses full of the Lig whir
dollars. They' il..el;.re that if that b--smirched
old ,)on 's',or,i ring will let them,
they will clear up tl.at twenty thousand
dollar scan J .' in a "jiffy." Joseph Elite! ',
the big fat m .n who live- near D og . 1
ar.d pe.i.li.-i to Cair ) is ju-t waiting for ?i,-
11.111 to settle, and his old horse to get v..-!;
of the hlg Ilea 1. When he wi,l be 0.1 t!
Ciin market with many go.nl things
Our Dongola . supreme c mrt. now ho. :,
its ses-ioi:s otie-half mile vt., of the pub:;,.
square. A part of our attorneys are nnd- i
light bonds fir their a;'pe,ir.l!lce lit Con:..
i. e. cricuit court. Tie attorney .'"ii,.r.,;
and judge advocate, will attend toa'.i i'g,!
business during their bondage.
"There is ,1 way that "ineth right t ,
in u but the end thereof is "destine tiori.'"
an 1 it is us plain as the
IIANDW Illl'IV! OX TIIK W AI I .
that, tli- sentiment will prove tru-in D :
gola with s nil", before tlcy get mu . h
E. Cuhl has not yd returned from tic
('re-cent City, whither he journey, to enjoy
the scenes of Mar li Gras. ami to further
enquire for the man that fooled him in the
wind pudding recipe. Cuhl says it is a
swindle and if he ever ea'ches tie fellow h
will "most his pack, prake." O1.11 Titm.
I.r-T c;.- I.KTT lilts HKMAIMMl I'M A M li; '
FOK IN I'll K rosToCKI! K AT CAIltO. I! !.
FKIJItl'AllV 'sMst, lST'O.
A I lea, Mattie; Aisxinder, Sar.di: A'a-.
M n-y; Bianiio.i, Mrs.; Baiii' S, Ruth'; Bain
biick. Maggie; Buiubrick. Annie; Bum-,
Lizzie: Claik, Emma; Coram Ma-gap t ;
Corney. Annie; Callahan. Mary; Connors,
Julia;' Collins. Matilda E.: Davis. Clem.;
Dehorn, Emma: Dain, S. W.; Davis. Ten:
pin; DexteJ, Satah; Eul. Ida; Field,
Clara; (inner. Elizabeth; Heafeiy. C. F.;
Horan, S. J.; Ivy, Caroline; Jordan. Men
lie: .lone.-, Sally : Kratky. Laura; Morgaii,
Adaliti"; Myers. Ester: Nelson, Nancy;
Nelson, Jane; Nice, Annie; Phelts, Harriet:
Pallj-y. Annie; Roper. Jane; Reuves, Millie;
Robertson, Hannah; Shannon. Maley;
Sal., Hannah; Snell, Mary; Trainer, Mary;
Tuthill, L. B.; Thompon, Amanda;
Thompson, Martna; Thomas, Bell:
Woolbridge. Mary: White, Anna; Veils,
James; Wagner, Sallie A.: Wheat, C. ('.;
Allen, Moses; Bell. J. W.j Bailese. Mil
ton; Byrne, P. A.; liowen. Kiley: Bulges,
Stephen; Creel. Berry; Calbiirt. ('has, X.;
('out, Frank; Cook, John T.; Curly Ic, John
E.: Coiiruy, John: Cal, S. S.;
Clifford, Tim; Clark, Willie; Eobeiiheyer,
I!.; Daniels, James; I.llermmi, Louis
W.; French, A. T.j Fitch, G. W.;
Gomble, James; Glasser, Phil.: Harper.
William; Hartey, Johnny; Johnson, J.;
Jones, Thus, (!2); Kiisnnisky, C.j Kaighn,
Ed. B.; Keen. Win.; Ltinieurux, S. F. Ir.;
Lee, Joseph; Martin J. B.: Mise, Glottis;
Metcalfe, Chris. P.; Means, Malcolm; Xev
ils, Elder; Powers, Patrick: Rarick, Frank;
Rogers, J. II. j Robertson, Silas; Saunders,
H. G.; St urges, Ed. P.: Smith,
J. T; Heymour; John M.;
Slack, W. P.; Southerland, Archie, ();
Sullivan, Mary A,; Thomas, Jim; Turner,
Murcliell; Tevis, Melamthon: Tamerlice,
Oscnrj Teer, Samuel J., Ci); Whips. Hen
ry ; Walker, J. IL; Wovthington, Vacliol;
VValluce, Win.: Zeiglcr, N. K.
Persons calling lor any of the above let
ters will please Hay "advertised."
Geo. W. McKkaio. P. M.