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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1SS0.
ALL AllVlliiTIHKVHNTH In IM rolr.iiiu,
.live Im-t cm li or Ins will Ik1 pullilied lor 2!
Utnu one m'Mi.n ;a unv. cent; 1 tw i
month. 1..M: II nuinlhn without cIium-. U' I"
tiui.th. Knelt ntlill UiimU llni, nrnrut i. MliiMll.'li
antrd fn- .
To 1c r,i the carpenter anil julner'n trade. Miih
tc mnitrl imd active, IT to W veur l' it
j nil a. poui.'i;
An order irood lor gun. If uppllol on auy tp
Brat-rlaim M-ndleMhou l'lano. " 111 lit) fold l"
Aptr m tht orllcu.
Mr. L. .1. Byrne ciiti ueroronindiite a few diiy
hua.litra. nln liimril anil room for two. l'rlre very
low. Applv t her boii.se nest lit the Catholic
Church nn nliltii:"n avenue.
HOUSE AND LOT FOU SALE.
Hoiim-and lot Hunted on .Jell'-rnon and Thlr
Iwn'h ctr t between tlell'eron and I'ed.ir Htreeln,
K.M nnimrlr itllilteil HK follow H. t VU II Lot 1111111'
kered (t:n liloelc number (1) In the Thin) addition
trtthccltv of 1'itiro. l or runner ptirticiimr- in
rjnlreat tlie horn.-. TIloMASIl. WIXTL'K.
dated thin, l'.th lny of F''!. K-a.
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
IIoin?opathic Physician and Surgeon
Oflce Io (.'. amcri'lal avenue. Kccldeuce corner
Ifotrteenth St. and Washington avenue, Cairo
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrirt No. l tf Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth arid Ninth Slreeu
n. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eifhth Street, nivir Commercial ATemte.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: 'A'lta the Widow?" andOo:pniu;' Mu
c! Aid Society.
EXXIS & O'LOUliIILIN,
Flour of all Grades, Selt itod Tens,
Pure Coffees ami Spit-' ,
Choice Syrups and Moln ves, Foreign
and Domestic Fruits, Canned
Fruits in Variety, Etc.. Etc.. Et?.
Call awl Examine Our Stock!
Goods Delivered Promptly find
Free of Expense.
. Cor. Twentieth Street, North Side Poplar.
ALL SORTS, srZES ANP STYLES,
Maaahrturer ol and Dealer InAlno
TIN. COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE.
435" all kinds op ju3 Hons soKE to or.nsn.r;
NO. 27, EIGHTH STREET.
CAIRO, : II. r'()l.S
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE Ikil STATES.
m and after Monday, til;.- l',t!;i bout wi'.lrn'ikc
the f.liowtbg t-ip:
LEAVES LKAVKc LEAVKS
F nil Fourth Pt y.!nouri Land's. KectiirUy Ld'ij.
0 . , .
s a. m. h. i.i. m :t. m.
!'i ii. pi. 10;' a. m. It a. tr..
J p. m. -jri" p. n. . r.
4 p ta. 4 iii p.tii. Ti p. tu
i p. m. 'i: p. n. 1 p. n
WHOLESALE WIVES AND MOUtHN.
1 SMYTH ife CO.,
Whote'ile iind Betuii Dwiieru l:i
Foreign ami Domestic Li(iiiors
Wines ol all Kinds.
NO. (10 OHIO LEVEE.
MEssltS SMYTH V CO . crirt'iutly n
l:ir;i! ftocls ol the ln.'.t lii the imtrki'l. iuni
Cive e'peelnl iiUelitmn In the wt.jlennlu tiratich ul
Q I). WILLIAMSON & CO.
7G Ohio ..Levee,
Doat Stores and (iioceiies.
Of all klr.dn.
01?:.V NIOIIT AND l)jY.
Frei-h Till ry m.dtiiil Edi;e H:iUer. Oylcr nm1 all
Kuidn of fruit when In neiiniii, oi; liiniil mid ilellv-
tro promptly at resldeacci' free. nu r delivered
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
EMF.HF.O AT THE l'OST OFFICE IN CAIKO, 11.
MXOtf", AS PEC0NP-CLAS8 MATTEli.
OFFICIAL FAI'EIt OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Jlorniiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
At Washington hull on Easter Monday.
Fifteen white girls to make, baskets. Ap
ply at the Box factory office, corner of Com
inercinl avenue and Thirty-fourth street.
General repairing of carriages and tug
gies. Go to John Major, Tenth street, Cuiro,
By the day, week, single meal, or with
meals nnd lodjjiiij;; day boarders preferred.
Locauon good, only one block from the
postoffice. on Thirteenth street, west nf
Washington avenue. John Beeoher.
COAL! COAL! !
I am prepared to furnish the citizens of
Cairo with a good quality ot coal at the
lowest rates. Upon leaving orders at the
corner of Tenth and Commercial, it will be
delivered to any part of the city.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD!
Fifty dollars reward will be paid by the
umlersignea, for the recovery ot the Uu'ly
of Fre 1 Whitcamp, who was drowned in
ic Mississippi river, several miles ab:ve
Cairo, on Sunday, February 22:id. He is
of medium height; wore canton flannel
underclothes; blue cheviot overshirt; vest
and knit jacket; blue jeans punts, and wore
shoes. Mns. Fked. WniTCAvr.
(Memphis and New Orleans puper.-
please cupy one time, and send lill to tliis
At A. Ilallev's on Commercial avenue op-
owte Seventh street. The largest and
finest stock to he found in th'i city. Tin
and hollowware of all kinds. Fine cut-
ery, a large assortment of bird cages,
iOfk, lines, rod? and reels, nminu-
ntion, etc. A new supply ot the Bissell
carpet sweepers.' Garden and farm imple
ments. Flower baskets and hardware of
all kinds. Carpenters tools. Cooking
toves, the Inst m the marke. Examine
is stock and prices before you buy.
Wanted. Sherman & Co, Marsha.1.
Mich., want tin agent in this countv at
once at a salurv of HK) per moiaii and
penses paid. For full particulars ad
lress ns ftboAf.
Mr. John Major is prepared to fu -h
r.ll kinds of new wiiL-ons and buggies in
credit, on approved paper or very hw iVr
A Tkacedian's TiiiiOAi'. E in i Boo h.
like most ot li's professional bretien, suf
fers refpieiit'y from severe 'nfl;-t.i:na.V:n of
the th-oat. which prevents h'm (-jaionally
from ajtpi'.annu' on the stage. 1 o's thea i'
c:.l sore ti: oat is sometimes so serious that
it ncUiaKy drives nn actor into private I'fe.
Broth, liowevir, promptly stops the t'rst
symptom with (.! lie's L lent Iodide
Gn.F.'s Pills cures ca'tl's end fever. Sold
I'v iili il'ii'.'giss. Send for pamphlet. Dr.
Oiles. 120 "West Broadway, N. Y. Barclay
Bn-s., Agents. Tiuil si.e 2" cuts.
r..TTi,Eiiono. N. C, Sept. IT. 11 .
Messrs. Mouoan & Allen, 5'. Sv. John St.,
New York City:
IVir Sirs: It affords me ti re at ph-urnr.-1
1 infirm you of e wondeii'ui cu: yi or
'('on'.ita on Water" h.i w ouoht up n
my wife. Her do:ter Imd pronounced he,
inciiMoic ol'B. !L!itV dis?ae of the kioM y-,
but t!. unks to you. she is a well to-day as
she cv. -r was in l.i r life. She say she is
cpita'n if it had not bom for your med'eine
fi:e would have been dead iiefo-e '' i'mic.
nnd t u!y hopi. , that all who suilVr with
B'ight'M kidney di-t us". will ;.y vnur ''Con
stitution Wiith'r" before they v:ut too ln'.
Wihmtr you niDiiy happy j ears, uivl tint
your medicine may reach evny sulViai r, I
am sirs, very respvetl'u'.ly yours.
Wm.uM A. Tur.VA'niAN.
Ask your druggist for it.
Mainh News. Hop Hitti-i-. whicli is
advertised in our columns, are a sure ci, -e
for ague, biliousness and k'ni'u y comp'ai its.
Those v!ii) use them say they c'aMot be too
highly recommended'. Thosn r.lllicted
should i'ive them n fair trial, and will lie
coiih1 thereby eiitlnisiasl'c in the praise of
their curative ('Uiilities. Portland Argus.
Mr. .T"lir, Major lu.s now on hand a
large lot of farm and spring wagons, log
wagon, one horse, two horse and sulky
plows, Tessii r's hi st. and double nud single
harrows. New and second hand buggies
very cheap, fir cash or approved pnrvr. Go
and see them.
Fpom a Pkominknt Diifo Hocsr..-ll.
H. Winner A' Co,, Rochester, N, Y. Dear
Sir: It is now only th- e months since wo
received your first sli ! i taont of S.i'e Reme
dies. We have hdM d-ugs mi th's place for
twenty years, mid have never cold a pro.
prietary medicine, that gives such univer
sal Katisfaction as yours, ospi rially your
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and Safe Dia
Wo eoul I mention many who have p
coived great benefit in cases of kidney dif
ficulties, asthma, rheumatism, diabetes.
Br'-iht'd discus', etc. Respectfully yours,
nison a ro, Aievaipina i;ay, Y.
Do A Favou t.i Sn ) ::;v;j. If vou
Imve a f 'ie::d Mill'T'-'g nv ('' .ur !"
oi m Knineys s"ni iiiem n w '.:i?e of
Kid!iey-o.'t, nnd wid you miko 'hem
i. - . . . ...
nappy, ns great ionic power m o.p"eiu 'y
directed to tiifuo d:pat', ppd it ouic! 1
relieves the di't"V4 r.nd eiiv, t'u; disea-o,
Have you tiled it,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
A lubricant for the limbs. Sr. Jacoh's
Fifty uegro emigrants, bound for ICan
sas, passed through this city yesterday,
Died. -Bouchard. Feb. 20,1880, Ed
ward, infant son of Al'.Vod S. and Virg'rdu
Bouchard, aged C days.
Our accommodating und jovial up
tjwn dniggist, Mr. Geo. O'Hara, is about
to fit up a neat olhe immediately back of
Officer Schuckers is atHkted with
rheumatism in his rigjit shoulder and arm,
and is suffering not a little from the effects
The account of the installation of of
ficers of the F.ee Benevolent Sons and
Daughters of America, was pressed out for
several days, but appears this morning.
Preparations for the celebration of St,
Patrick's day, on the 17th inst., arc bebig
made all over thecountry. Whether or not
arrangement have yet been made in this
city we are not aware.
-Mr. E. C. Ford lias removed his brack
et store to the rooms formerly occupied by
Mr. P. II. Saup in the Buder building. He
has improved his location very much, and
his stock makes a fine display.
'Mother Mack's" place, on the corner
ot Tenth and Commercial was yesterday
"pulled" by the officers, Sijuire Robinson
lined each of the inmates ten dollars and
Mr. Robert Stewart opened his saloon
on the comer of Twelfth street and Wash
ington avenue last night. His rooms have
been handsomely fitted up and present an
On April 1st Will Emery will sever his
connection with the Cotaioue, and accept a
lucrative position as leader in the Men
delssohn Quartette company. Lew Catlett,
we hear, will be the manager of the com
pany. A baru in Villa Ridge, belong: n ' to
Mr. Geo. Goldsmith, formerly of Cairo,
caught tire last Monday night and burned
down. We liavo no particulars, but it is
gratifying to know that the loss was par
tially covered by insurance.
Thomas Hair Soap is endorsed and pro
scribed by over twenty of the leading phy
sicians ot Now Orleans. where it is manufac
tured Is this not evidence enough of its
merit to induce the most skeptical to give
it a trial.
Dr. Nowatney. who wus lately in the
city cud was lately married, expects, in u
few days, to remove from Beech Ridge to
Unity. The doctor has purchased n very
valuable wheat farm in Minnesota of which
his sons will shortly take posessiou.
Ex-Fenian's comaumictlon, which
we r.ccivul several days ago, appears th;s
merrrng. Wo do not agree with the
w. iter's statements, and give place to them
i.'niv Oicause wo (U-si-e tnat both sides ot
'0:1s be heard through these col-
The excitement over the discoveries in
the excavations made at the ruins ot
Pompdi is not to be compared with that
over the discovery that the "Faultless" five
cent cigar is the best in the market. Sold
wholesale and retail, by F. Korsmyer, Ohio
Levee, corner Sixth street.
The time is not for dist nit when the
bony-fisted s ir, of toil w'U have the'-
ca:ic;- imds wai.niy siiiacu oy ne
nily-tongued poo.',ci:i-s. who w" express
sympathy ( .') for the dow i- oddeu con-
li'h.'.i (if 'he vote's; : id f'l ji'st b'eaU'"
he litter hap; -a to have votes imd the
artful p;il! 'ciirs w." it odice.
The Rough and Ready fh'e company
has kin l!y placed their beautiful hull
the d!-isal of the Ladies Library associa
tion, nd tlie li'inivcry.i'T ccrcises ot the
ss ici'dioii will be hell therein on tlie
evening Oi the o'.li proximo, itiu pro-
r.mme will lie varied imd unusually inter
ring. The public is cordially invited,
At: indictment was a day or two ago
found by the court now in session in
Springlh Id. against Captain Taylor, of the
Jim F'sk. for rel'usi'ig to permit the negro,
Dr. McArtnur, to take his meals at the
table in the eab'n of the boat. McArthur
is now 'n jail at St. diaries, Mo., charged
with prnri'-ir.g innocent girls for houses of
It may not be Hie very f-tshest news
to inform our readers that the OI io river
was very rough on Saturday ivht las', and
that steamboats generally had a rough
time of it. But it may be news to or read
ers to learn hat 'he F'k found it impos
sible to make 'he landing between here
and P.i UlC'h, and that she rolled o that
sever il of her prwigcrs were niadi sea
It may bo of interest to Squire Mar
tin's many friends ia this city to learn that
ho is g.a dually recovorng los usual i-,,0d
health at Hot Springs. The Sfpiiie, ;is our
people know, is one of the prominent men
of this county, and resides at (loose I-land.
Upon the advice of his physician, Dr. jr.
walnoy. he v'stod the Springs and now
writes that,' 'i Ihe course t.f s Wi,d;s he
will return, pei'ul'y n stored IhmIi1,.
.i',u1 a number of new-o'.in.vs r,v,
of h'e b e:i t:ii'; ' I ' Us con! ra'-pj lu.
d ul ,'c!es. ndvoea :; llngl. ,1. Jew.-U for
the presidency of 'he t'n'ti.-d Stabs We
have the honor of k'iiaihvx n "J.-woti"
Wilcox, formerly of this city, and a Iiir
.icwett, of Blaadvillc, but hang us,if u eve!
heard of a Hugh J. Jowott, of we know
not where. Is there really such a person
as Hugh J. Jewottf Is ho not a political
myth? Has any reasonable person ever
seen him? Will he come to the Irout am
declare himself, if it lu a fact that fie has
any existence. There are a world of doubt
ing Thotnuses who do uo'.'believo in Hugl
of whom we are one.
From a Washington letter to The Bul
i.eti.v, wo learn that Mrs. Rutherford B
Hayes is assuming very aristocratic uirs
It is said, for instance, that when she goes
shopping she is accompanied by a maid
through whom she makes nil her purchases
She tells the maid what she wants, nnd the
maid asks the clerk fur it. The maid then
shows the goods to Mrs. Hayes, and the Int
ter having made her selection, the rnaiii
asks the clerk the price and informs Mrs,
Hayes, who gives the money to the maid
who in turn gives it to the clerk. Mrs
Hayes has no conversation with the shop
keepers or clerks, except through her maid
Because she assumes airs like these, Mrs
Hayes is not popular in Washington.
A stranger, in a state of drunkenness,
went on board the Jue. Kinney yesterday
evening and demanded to know of the cap
tain it the boat would land at Columbus,
Ivy. Doing answered in the negative, he
became boisterous; said ho would take
charge of the bom himself and make her
land where he pleased, and tlmuishing a
knife, he stalked about the
, . . . , ...
hock, ringing mo oe.i and causing
rputc a commotion among the
hands and passengers. Tlie captain and
pilot final! j attempted to put a st; to the
'"circus" and compel; the stranger to leave.
scuttle ensued, during which the koito
dropped t) the floor. But wh.-nthe ma 1
reached shore, he found that had
been cut in the abdomen nr.d nro-
ceedod to have the captain wrested. The
ci?e came up before Sipiire R b:,ison
yesterd ty evening about T o'clock, and ia
accordance with the evidence the Cuptaiu
was discharged. The stranger was not se
GEORGE KOHL'S CAPTURE.
HE IS ARRESTED BY SHERIFF
IIO DOES AT JUNESD0I5O AND
BROUGHT TO THIS CITY.
what he has to say v talk with n:.t
IV THE COUNTY .fAIL.
Night before last Sheritf Hodges boarded
the treight tra'n of the nsrrow gauge road
at this point, in search of the Geinun,
Ge rge Kohl, who rests under the suspi
cion of h iving murdered Fred. Whitcamp,
Sr. He made inquires all along the road
niid found tlut Kohl had been seen at
various stations refreshing him
self with dri iks h id walking
at a very rapid rate. The t a'n, ia order
to accommodate the sheritf. stopped at
every station long enough to permit him to
make inquiries as to whether or not Kohl
had been seen and it was iu th:s manner
that the fellow wii- traced to Jones! Miro.
L'pon arrivii-j there the sher'.f male in
q'.ii.les tor him in all the saloons of the
place, but no one had noticed such a
i.ir.a i' the sheiiif sought and he returned
to the train to resume his Hp. But uponar
ilvbg at the tram ho saw Kohl upon the ca
boose nn 1 immediately took him under ar
rest, and upon searching him found iu his
k 'session ."il.a razor and aline pis'rtl. This
pi-tol was cocked in the fellow's pocket.
He gaw I V nr-ne as John Mi'lor and said
he had for st'ine tinio been workvig for a
farmer about f' -.1 miles Iwdowjoiteuboro.
Tin; she: ' f kept I 'in v. inre-icc as 1 1 why
l.e was i" ested. but when
hr nea-ed (V!"o wi:h him, the
follow suspected the cause of the nrrc,
and told the sheri;f that Ins t.aie name was
George Kohl, and that he had been in the
employ of Mr. F ed WhitcMnp. l'pon the
arrival heie. he was locked up ' i the coun
ty jn'l where we yesterday visited him and
bad the following conversation with him:
Reporter Your name is George Kohl, I
Iv-I.l Yes; that's my name.
R, I judge l"omyour name hat you
are a German?
He said he was imd seemed to feel more
at ease of ter we exchanged a few words in
Gorman with him.
R. When did you enter the employ of
Mr. Fied Wiiiteanip?
K. -About October 1st, lu.
R.-How long had you been in this city
before Mr. Whitcamp lore I you?
K Only a few weeks,
R. How did you happen to fhd em
ployment wl'h h;,n?
K. I win recommended to Wlo'camp
by John S: rkborger. I boarded with
SackOerger during my stay !,i Cairn.
R. While boarding with Mr. Saokbcrg
cr didn't you form the acquaintance of men
who you could t u'l upon to tesi't'y to your
good chirr for?
K I founed no rttjiin'ntHnces. But
Sackberger ',. lows nw i id knows that I e'
ways behaved inyse1!'.
it. Tel1 tin' whore you eu'iic I'-om when
you came to iVu-i uleit yoit worked at
and win fn, ,'
K f emiie t ) (l is c'ty !':oin Troy, I" i.,
which i lovate l ab.iut eighteen irics fioia
Easts:, f.u's, end worked upon a fV"ni
about h:df a iniie dsic'it ,vom'l.oy, torn
bu'inan, named Jacob Mahler.
U.-l want to ive yop- side of the stoiy
to the public and if you choose you ni'iy
3D 11. J. W. T SOMAS'
A WONDERFUL FERTILIZER CONTAINING THE ACTIVE PRINCIPLE FOR
THE HUMAN HAIR.
lu'i hair andica'.p to 11 normat condition, thlckuui tlilu Uulrl eton( Hi fdllnu oat mid pr. wn'i dundren.
HulHiiru Ufeu,iii'eC.'':,Iini'0,1S Eru,'l,0M uf SIP. Hi'')' tho Itclilug l-ennaMim sad lll pre.erve the
lili'lli'n11!;1'." f'l,,r.,c-ld,-'lyVefem1ilo'Ji:!e; ,nl,., BI ,,!,
wwlies, whllo It Is much clamper In price, und free from the uiip'eu-uhlne Ineideut to their im"
, , Till-: SOAP KMPLdYKI)
a&!tll:lei 'JriV ' ' ' -"
1'iep :i il UMlerllie Immediut" II,, T y TIlAAr fj
in. iietionnuf vi, .1. t , IJiUJlAo, Hair and Scalp Specialist.
T Ice 50 cent per cake. Three cakes $1.23. GEO. E. O'HARA, Sole Agt, Cairo, III.
now tell me ull about the drowning affair?
K. Well, sir, it was on the Sunday be
fore the last, that the atl'iir happened. Mrs.
Whitcamp expressed the desire in the
morning to visit the graveyard where her
son lies buried, and, notwithstanding that
her husband thought it would be difficult
and dangerous to reach the graveyard, she
went immediately after dinner, taking her
daughter with her. This left Whitcamp
and mc alone in the house, and we sat by
the tiro for about half an hour, talking of
different things, when the convention,
drifting upon the Mississippi river, l.e sug
gested that we pay that stream a visit. I
am not n river man and expres.c I my aver
sion for the water, but after again urging
me, I consented to accompany him, although
I did so reluctantly. We cross
ed the slough together. uoon
a rft ho had made, and then walked to the
river, t'pm arriving at the river bank.
and wdiile standing close to the river, he
pointed to the opposite shore, saying that
he had always supposed the land on the op
posite side higher than the land or. which
wo stood, but th it apparently he Jia 1 bseu
mistaken in this. He had ju?t uttered
these words when the earth broke away be
neath us and landed us both into the river.
As I went down I secured a hold upon :i
wiliow whicli was hardly as large as my
wrist and clinging to it, was fortunate
enough to save my life, but Whitcamp at
once sunk, and as he di 1 so, he called to
me s iving, "Oh. George, help me!" These
were Ins last words and I replied
'dlow can I help you:" I had fallen into
the water up to my neck and made haste in
getting out ot my iwcomfort t'de position.
R. At what time was it that Whitcamp
K. About two in the hf:ua!i per
haps a little after.
R. What i, 'he d
river and V, intcari.ii s
K. Between fair
R. You went to t!
after the accident; .
R. And what time
u read tlie
K. At four or ha'.t-pa-t fo'
R. Am I to uiidersf id that it took
you between two and two and a h i.i Lours
to reach the house, which w is only four or
five hundred yards dt mt f n:i the river:
Without auswoui; r th's qiies.loa he re
plied: I got to the hov.-e a few lumu'e.s
before Mrs. Wiii amp rttu ned and had
rid myself of my wet clothes when she
entered. I procured dry c:.'thcs and in
formed her of the accident.
R. The general supp'iihu is that if
you were carried into he iiver by 'he dirt
and crawled out upon it, that your ciott.es
should have been soiled, but I hear that
they were not ;
K. How could my clothe- he dirty
when I had been m the wi.ter:
R. S'-icj the iiearefC r.eighbois were ia
."y reach of you, why ''id you not appri-e
ie:;i (.f tlie li-fiderit?
K. B '.uiic Iioiio ly fil 1 IU;1 to do , i,
R. Tiiis ox'iibited a supr-.-ne ialiT-i-
ncj on yoti p,i tt
R. Did you k.iow that Mr. Whrcmp
1 1 t:i?- hundred dollars about h; per- ,u
on s-urid iv :
R. Woy did you leave the premie s .a
K. BeCiiiHe I deshed work, ;m 1 I we it
in searcii ot it.
R. Did you not haw work upon Mrs.
R. Did you not receive your wages reg
ularly or bad you any other fault to fond
with your position'
K. I was well pleased with my position
and received my wages whenever I asked
R. Did you inform tmybody of your in
tenOui to leavu or place anyone in charge
of the stock when you lcli?
K. I did not,
R. Wi s there rny money due you when
K, 'lucre wps about a iiion'h and a
halt's wages duo me.'
R. Tols iilono should have been nn in
ducement for you to rcmr'n lit lenst unC
Mrs. Wiiitc:"uj) reiurned.
To th;s uo reply was given,
but that ho des; vd work nnd
therefore had le.'i the place. Ho
k lew what les enemies wire
up to, Tfoy dc-'red to convict him
of a ci mi! of which he was
not guilty, i id m order to accomplish tlm-ir
purpose were coucoc. "j f, 'so stories und
(iei ying self-evident facts. Ho had been
i:ifotiii;:d that li s story as to the caving in
of I he bank was dhscroditeih, lull give him
liberty and ho would convince these disbe
lievers. He would take them to the spot and
put their noses upoirthe caved in batik in
order that they might see it. Ho was a
poor laborer, without friends, without
means and without a home, but they
would never succeed in convicting him of
a crime that was never committed. The
money ho had handed over to the shf.rih. he
hud obtained honestly by hard toil and
constant saving, and was stained only by
the sweat of his brow and not by the
blood of any human being, Being con-id-crably
excited, he spoke quite eloquently,
and said many things for which we have
no space, and which, while they are of no
real consequence, would doubt!'-" have
b:-en left unsaid, I. ad he been more calm.
Capt. Tims. WiN-m is ab.i-nt from the
Mr. D. L. Davis is home again from
Ci lie ago.
Mr. Lmterma:;, of the firm of Lai.ter
man A-S' wart, Graiville, I!N . is in the
AT TflE I'L ANTE lis i!ul-!..
C. M. Roberts and wi:, Di-x'er. M e; M.
McCormatk. Essex, Mo.; Mo-e, Maih-rv,
E-ex, M i,, y. K, Sri-ver..-, St. Louis. M .".;
H. Uuu-ake-. Stndusky, l.'.-.; A. AL.-.t-hums,
Chicago; GL.,, p. Kits, Xesit. o.;
W, Perreman, Cincinnati: J. p. Cio .ker,
Chicago; R. B. Waldrop, Murjihv-iioro ;
W. C. Brown. New Orleans; W. II. ToVr,
Los Angelos. C'ah: Andrew Rnns-v. Ct-lett-hurg.
Ky.: H. C. Shack. Paducali. Ky.;
J. W. BMiop. Keokuk, Iowa; F. M. K-n-nedy,
Greenfield, Tenn.: M. D. Levy. Cm
ton, Ky.; John Quinn, Carrol if i.-D,
Tenn.; O. W. Riehner. Chicago; J. y.
Kennedy, New Orleans: J. B. Knowlton,
Muncie. Ind.; J. H. Boasly, Goicond a, Ills.;
Dr. Lee, (J .Icon la. Ills.; F. M. Lan.h rm an.
Grayvllle, UN.; Mrs. Giirrdt. Gra.wilh.,
Ills.: G. A. Iiivjs and wife. 0!m?.-.l." li s.;
Fuller Ballard. Kenuett. Mo.; J. D F.-rrv-man.
Charl-st-.n. Mo.: II. St k. St. L..tiN.
G )lc ''i i.i Herald :
Iris ma Io many friends during the re-.'i.t
S'--ion (-f court. Tin.- g-ri-ral verdict is
that if go d p.ks ar. 1 p-:
anything t do witl. j i l;ci
the i ; ought t.i be .
Joneb ro Gazette-Oin-rly,
of Spr;ngriei I.
H n. J ..! a II.
-jiok. n of n.-, the Democratic c:.n ii d..te i' r
'0' r::,,r ,,i t.,, v;.,;e. .i,r. (:i-r:iv
t'r several years a rcshb tit if ".
I.lir. h-, !"id is :i t'entkm: n i f ne'r'
edged a'li'i.'y. He le f.lways U:
urtiest w..rktr for the Di-n.-cra c ca .- -"
lohns'ai Countv Journal :.! i: 1
Cairo, wa, in t:d !. la-t
Wedm iay, lookin
up h gal .vitii'-rity on
an apprnl easy ,y i.as tarien up
Goiconda circuit cu-i. T::e ic lg
al.'.e :md merge 'c ia-.wer. He i- V
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era's have in t'io. end of the -tate. He has
l-.n-n im i"icc'-.nt ntid efficient wmker in
hi: Dcnaocru 'c par.y for loauy year-, yet it
does i.ot see tu to recog';;' j,'. i:-e:u!ni--.
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