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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNINU, MARCH 18, 1880.
NEW SERIES-NO. 228.
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UAIUIOADH. MEDICAL. MEDIt'AI,. T J T
1 " I . 4.
of tb leading, tiuainiiM houcn whose advertliie
uii'Ut way l! found in Tiik Uiillktin .
CO. Patier Co., Commercial avenue aud Nine
C. D. WiPianirou 4 Co.
Yocnui A Brouerii k, Wa.h. Aic, cor. Eighth.
Druul. A O'Loughlin, Poplar, cur 1 woutleth.
Dr. J. II. Murom; oflice, 140 Commercial avenue.
IJf W O.Jocelvn. Elfhtbneur Commercial
)t. '. W. WUl'tlock, 1;W Commercial avenue.
IIM Hrayli. Nu. Uf) Ohio levee
If If lir Jw No. ?Ohio leveetup talr.
KjuiuM. LlYe.of New York, corner Tv.elltb and
WUand AM Society, Seventh
tad Commercial avenue.
-DH.'l'iIST3 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
l oo K O'llara, Eighteenth aud Commercial.
Ab"iander County &auk. sth and Commercial
1. :ty Na'ioual, Ohio levee.
Ct'JH"-0" Three btaU".
Jobn Sprout, corner TMelftb and I.cve-.
BRACKET b lOJiK.
E C k').-i!. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
. -.-.o.i nvt.lVKIft od'-d :) a m.; clo.-
1 6 io'p ni.; Sunday: t a in.
M jury Order IKparirocat open at 8 a. m. ; clos
lrVi-b Eipre.- Mailt via Ulinol. Central and
M rt :.ui"l:fal Killr.daOoatVf.
Mi"iru and Pop.ar B.urt Through and Hay Mail
'iVavValia Tmnn-.. Centra!, Cairo ami Yin
e,UV. Centra. Railroad. clo.e at
" W.'yi'a.lforNarro. (il l?- Ilalliwd r" '
Vi.ro i:.d Evaa'viiie later Route close, at ;M
I', ui. Q :.y le :ept FridiVI.
Mavor-N H Tiiitwo,rf.
Treaaorer Edward Derooia.
t ler 1 tni J. Foley.
( oBLnelor Wm. B l.ilbirl.
Marahal-I C UI!"'.
iioWu-ecar. C. H. Wood
Third Ward -W. P Wright. P.gVrt Smith.
Ko rtb V ar,l -Uarlc. A. P.ticr. J ft-T
Mb Urd-T. W. ll.llid'.y. Erne.t B 1 et.lt.
riiruit Jn.lg-D .' BU-r.
( ireuit Cl-rlt-J- A le-
ouuty Judge-K.s oetm.
(ountvflerK-S -J Hnm
I'ountv Atiornfy-w .
County Tn-a-tirir-.Mil.-. 'A. I'arW r.
1-urono.r-K. FiUtferax. ii. ''lii.v J A.
t'oun't tommi"i"Kr-T. W. Ha,..o,
il r;Ill Br-.ler-
A KRlr.W M. K - Fuutte.'iilli tr-t. t'-'p;
A Walnut at.4 .!., .tr t- . nr'c. M..bath H
a. m. and T u ; """''-l !'choo! 1 " p' m
MMT11ST1N- E'.ybli-ntk tr--et; mwtins Sab-
I i ... ........ ... . kir.ff uu 4-Kiliaiii .
IIVKCH F THE KKEEMEH-Kpli.pal)
KourteT.iU dtn-ei ; ouaav
M- a m ; eveulni i.ryi. .:w P
achool ' a ui 11 i.Uy eeiiio pruyer . P w.
flKsT MlsSIONAKY BPTIST C 'HfWH -1'
F-rea..bini! ' '": " V Viiflir",!
h)l)tu kLo.i a! p I- J JO.i.
IL'THEKAN -Tbii"-n,b tr--f. -rvic tab
j batb 1 i a ni ; iui,ila ihol i V lh- "v
METHODIST-Cor. Eit'ttb and WVr.ot trret;
Prea. bits sohlinin a m. ar.d , p. m :
unr't n".-ti.r.-. ttVJtw.li :. P- :
Scb'ool. Wan,. I'.et. W binaWer. pkrtt.r
1iRESBYTEl'.!AN-Ei-h' l,e: prearbinir on
sabbaib ai 11 :'W a m and T:'P- ' l'r;;'
nm-ling Wedii.-!av at T:'p.m.; Miuday s bool
at 3 p. m. Kev. li. Y. iiturt. patr.
El'OND FKF.EWII.L BAPTIST -- Fifteei !b
.ireft. l"twii vvailiut aii'K euar r.n,'. r, .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. It.
vice Sab'iafb a! U and I - V ;. in
iiwriii.jK.,nn ( nlhu'.xi Comer Crnc
and Wain it -!:! ; .er SnM.ntU Hi::ia
m : uui S. hix'l at -' p ''''I" ' ' V
Tie evTj dh at p ni.
ST PTKICK s Human I'atlmlir Coru-r N'nil:
(.tri-.-t and Ws-hiiiLlou awnue: aeryki Satr
oatti 4 and W a. in ; r.pef P : iAV, y
p. m. ; -rvii evety day at s ! in. llei . t . Ul.ei.
Obtained for c w Inveutlot'. or for Improvement
on old nen : fr medical or "ther cotupounda. tradi
mark and label.. Caveun. A-.ii!nin.-nt.. Inter
fereuce.. Appeal.. Suit, tvr lufrmgeinent.. anil
all r.aoe. ari-liu under tbe P:itent Law., prompt
It attended to luv'tilioli. tlml liave tiet-n
Il i,i 1 L't'TL' 1 k 1v tbe Patent OtUee may .till.
JlTiJ riVl Jil' In tnoM cafe., be t'at'-uteU ti)
, Mit f, IF nilllOMl I e MI'l L . I). f jueu l.i -mimvui.
and cueaireu In Patent bu.lnr.a exelii.ively, nerau
make cloaer aearcbe.. anil i ure Patent, more
promptly, and with broader rlaiin., than tbo.e 'jo
are remote from Wa-hluiftoii.
I vi'tLivrr " ud . a model or .keUu r.I
li fiii 1 VJlo your device; we make ex
amination, aud advl.e'a. to patentability, free o!
rharire All c'orre.pondcncH .trietly eonUdentlHl .
I'nrea low. Mid no I'linrp- utile.. Paleul 1. .eeunid.
We n-ler In Va"liluirtou. to Hon Po.tma.ter
General D. M. Key. Kev. K. U.Vower Tbe Uermati
American National Bank, to oftli lal In tbe I S.
Patent Otllce. and to Senator, and Kepre.nulHtlve.
tnC-nre; and e.p.elally to our client. In every
htnte In tbe Union and in Canada. Addref t
C. A. SNOW &. CO..
Opposite Patent fflct'. Waxkinston l. C
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
IHiVheit Casli price Paid for Wkeat.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
'I'lu Only Line Iiutiniucr Two Daily
Train' From Cairo. Makiuir DI
RECT CONNECTION with
Tiiaisi l.K.ve C'Atnn:
:-: It l ii in. Mail.
Arriving lu St. Lotil. 9:4." a.m. : I bica'o, 8:;!0 p.m. ;
Coniiectiug at. Odin and Eltlugham for Cincin
nati, Louiaville, IiidlanapoliH and point. Eut .
1 1 :l! u.in. Ht. Ixxiift tnl Wiwieru
Connecting at St , Lout, for all polnta Wet.
'.i:'-li p.m. I-'at KxprHn.
KorSt. Loula and Cbleagn. arriving at St. Louin
IH.l.' p.m., and CblcagoTla ni.
ll iUHi p in. 'inHrwiHti J-.xtt'K.
Arriving at Cincinnati T:ir, am.; I.oui.vllle 1:-JH
am.; lodlauapoli. 1:oo a.m. Pacenger. by
tln train react tbe above polut. 1 ;j to .'ID
llol HS In advance of any otker route.
Fast Tirno Kant.
vvOII triMV ,lV ,Di Rrt t,ir""'-!ij F.a.t.
lt. ll, I irn point, wltuout any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. Tbe Saturday after
noon trulil from ( alio arrive. In new York Monday
morning at 10::'.', Tbirty-.ix bouriin advance of
any other route,
tJfTor tlitoutli lii ket. and furiber information,
applv at lllinoi. Central liallroad Depot. Cairo.
THAI.VS AKKIYE AT CAII'.O
fcxpre.. - !" p m.
Aecouiiuwlation 'A.'Jt p m.
.Mail . t .10 a.m.
.IA. JOHNSON. J. II .lONES.
eu SolllbernAgl.il!. Ticket Ag-nt.
W I'. JOllNsy.S.t.eu. Patenter Agent.
(JAIRO k ST. LOUIS R. R.
IT. W. hfMITIIKKH. KwPivfr.
SUOKTKST SHOUT LINK BETWEEN
CAHiO AND ST. LOCI.--
1 1, rough Eriirei" leave ( atro 8 :4', a m.
Tiiroagu Enpr.-n arrive, at E. St Loiii.. r:iiup.ni.
Through Expr"-. leave. E. St Lou...... :iJa.m.
Through Expr-.. arrives at Cairo S:10p.m.
Murphy.boroaceotnnKjdatlonleave. ( airo 1 :0o p.m.
Vu'pby'boro Accarrivcat Murpby.'ooro T:Jip m.
Murptij.'.KiTO Act. leave. Murpby.boro .. 5:i'a.ni.
Mrpby.boro A'.c. arrive, at Cairo 11 .i"e ni.
TtK- Cairo St Louia Hail Koad i. tbe only all
Kail Koute between Cairo and St. I.oi. nndef one
management, tin More there are lo delay, at
way ttation. awaiting connection, from other tine.,
flu., and .lire conn, ction. at St Louia with other
line. (r North, Eafl and We.t
J A NACt.LE. L. M JOHNSON.
Agent. General Manager.
QHIO & MISSISS1ITI R'v.
TIME TABLE HY P.VtN(.KIt TltUN" KltUM
VIN( KNM. (N')V. lsi'J.
r T Atiri
No. i J'ny Epr- Except un.4.ayt . . . 1 :: p. m.
' ' Kpr . i Except Miuday ..... .. lg.p. in.
Night Exprer. (Daily)' U'ina. ni.
I TW AKIl
No : Exptv.., Except suudayj t:o5a. tn.
' 1 Hay K.tpre i Evicpt sundav i g.Mp. in.
'I Night Kxpre. , Dally). l:gja. lu.
J K. Ci.auk. C. S. Com;. Jit .
Agent Vinrenue. fu Ticket Ag t Cincinnati
ST. LOUIS, I. M. 4fc S. R'v.
( 'airo 'i'imo '1'ribD'.
Teta. Expr-. Dally MDp. la
Coliuectf M t harle-ton for Coiumluif
Texa. Expri M iDiillyj a. m.
A" (itniiioitntioii Iluilvl ?::0p. in.
Ofth e and l'aengcr Depot No. V, Ohio l.eiee.
J C. ZIMMKI!, Ageut.
D. AM'Ci.t.. Divi-ion Superintendent.
PHOPUIETOR OF SI'ROAT'S PATENT
Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Cur L,oads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
WOOD AND COAL.
Dealer Dull kludji of
Conl Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Sired, Between Washington iiud
ONE OKTHE MOST IMPORTANT DI8COV
EIUES of tho nineteenth Centurvlund one thut takci
equal runk with tho Invention of the telephone,
the electric light and oilier m iutitttic niarvlea ol
tbe age, la that of
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Tula Compound poMctm tbe mo.t remarkable
Healing Pi-opertfc of any knowu agent employ
ed for tbe purpoau of curing
SOKES. WOUNDS, CUTS, BKUISES,
luflamcd and abraded surfaces, and for
ALL SKIN DISASES.
Its cleaning properllea remove all Impnritlea
that binder the formation of a healthy Dealt, and
the work of cure coe. on lo completion with
mo.t WONDKKKl L HAPID1TY. Let no family
bewithottt a box of It In the bou.e. Pby.ieiBna
extol It. virtue.; and tbe tho tbou.and. who
baveuaed It. unite in recommending It. JJeware
Ask for Henry's Carlwlic Salve, and take
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO..
' ' 1
t) Sole Proprletoi.,
IlAIiCLAY BROS., wholesale Agent.
"For .inking .pell.,
lit.. dilni:m. palpi
tation and low .pint,
rely on Hup liiltera."
' Read of. procure and
ue Hoi UittiT.. and
you will be urong.
tieultby and buppy."
" Ladle, do you w ant
to he atrong. healthy
and beautiful? 'J ben
uae Hop Bittern."
''Tiie gr ate.t nope-tiz-r.
and liver regulator -Hop
yer.. Editor. liaLk-er-
ami Ladle, need
Hop Bitters daily "
"Hop Bittern ha. re
Mored to'obriety and
health. perfect wreck,
"Sour Htoinacb, Mck
beailacbe and dlz.i
lie... Hop Bitter.
rnre with a few
".VI will be paid
for a cae that Hop
liittera will not ctuc
"Hop Hitter, build,
up. ctrengtben. und
from the flrctdo.e.''
'Kidney and Urinary
complaint, o f a l'l
cured by Hop Bitter.
Hop ( nt oii Ci ita I.
the meete.t, .afe.t
and be.t. Ak chil
dren. The IL.p J'ao for
Stomach. Liver and
KUtueya is .uperior
to all othera. Ask
D i e. I an absolute
and irre.l.table cure
for drunkennesH, u.e
of opium, tobacco
All abive .old by
druggi.-. Hop Bit
Co.. Hocberter, N. Y.
SOU GO IT i
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
Man ifactured only under the above Trade Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively uned by all celebra
ted Pbyiclam of Europe and America, tx.-cotuing a
Staple. Harmb'.. and Reliable Remedy on both
continent.. The hlghe.t Mcdx.il Academy of
Pan. report, to cure out of jim ca.e. w ithin three
day.. SecretThe only di..olverof the poi.onou.
Uric Acid which exist, lu the Blood of Rheumatic
and outy Patient.. $1 a box; hoxe. for
Sent to any addre.. on receipt of price. Indorsed
by pbv.iciUL.. Sold bv ail Drnggi.t.. ArtdreM
WASHBURN ,t CO.,
Only Import'.-.- Depot gJJ Broadway. N, Y.
For Sale by BARCLAY BROS., and Prngci.tf
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE iLSl STATES.
On and after Monday, .tune Pi, the boat will make
the fullowing trips :
LEAVES rf.AVE. LEAVE?
Foot Fourth .t Mi.couri Laud'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
8 a. m. S:o a. m. 9 a. m.
P a. pi. l')::to a in. 11 a.m.
1 p. m. i-.-.m p. ni. 3 p. m.
i p. :u. 4::i0 p. ni. li p. ai
i p.m. !!::W p. m. 3 p. tn
I L L U S T R A T E L .
"Studying the .ubject objectively and from Uie
educational point of view weking'to provide that
which, taken altogether, will be of tbe mo.t rvice
to the large.t number I long ago concluded that
I could have but one work for a public library,
und .elect a coMplete .et ol Harper's Mou'.bly." '
wiit.Es Francis Aham., Jr.
I', content, arc contributed by tbe mo.t eminent
writer, und ait'.t. of Europe lind America, uhile
the long expiTleuce of il. publisher, has made
them thoroughly conversant w ith tbe desire, of the
public, which they will .pure uoellott togrntllV.
The volume, of the Magazine begin with the
number, for June aud "December id' each vear.
When no time I. .perilled, il will lie understood
but tbe nib.criber wishea to begin wltu the cur
AKPEICS MAGAZINE, One Year ?l 0)
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Any TWO above-named. One Year T 00
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Postuge Free- to all usuilber In the United
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A Complete Set of Haupkk'. Maoaeisk. com
prl.lug Mi oliiun'. tn netit cloth binding, will he
sent by expre... freight at expeii'e of purchaser, ou
receipt ol f'j tr, per volume. Single volume, bv
lead, port paid. $.1 mi. Cloth cu.or, for binding, -'ii
cent.. I,y intill. po.t-pnld.
Henlkl mi ice. should bo riimlo bv Post-OlUte
Money wider or Drntt, to avoid chiitice ol'lo...
New.papi'M are not to copv thl. advertisement
without the expre.. order of JIahi-kk 4- JJhotiikks.
Mtom UAKPH & BltOTHEIW.Nt'wYork.
Iti AIJAJ'TKIJ I'tJlt
Dleae. rfhlcR arc produced by Lor. of Nervoim
rower, consequent. viuicuiar jteiaxatiou, vu:
Consuuiption. Bronchitis, Asthma,
W houiiiii!? loiurh, Aphonia, Hon-!i.
Nervoiisnpss, Mental Depression,
Nfiiralsrhi. EDilentic Fits.
St. Vitus Dance, Nervous DcliIIity,
Chrome Diarrhtpa, Leucvrrho'ii,
Fever and At?ue, Marasmus,.
Djsj.(j.iu, Iyitheretic Prostration,
InterruptHii iupI Feeble Action
of the Heart.
Mircaier Produced by Overtaxing tbe Mind, by
Oriel or Anxiety, by Rapid Growth, by Child
baeriug. by In.iirHcietit Nourishment, by
Residence in Hot Climate, or Unhealthy
Localities, by Exce.se., or by any
Irrcgulur'lie. of Life.
An i ndies, chain of good effect. I. formed by
Fellows' Compound Syrup of Hypopbospbiie.:
and wd are afe in .dying, from a long experience
lu medicine, it. virtue, nr. not. tiohses.ed bv anv
other eoiuliiiiittion. NoTK Be .uspieiour ol (er-
sou. who recommend uny other article a. "lust a.
good." though hearing a similar name, and of those
who offer the cheaper priced article, jiylt is only
the Independent, well-posted and unsellish physi
cian, who can afford to prescribe thin remedy. Ex
perience has proved this. Tbe highest class medi
cal meu ill everv large city, w here It l knowu, rec
ommend It. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. i
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OK THE AGE.
TI'TTV HT I I Cl Dk Titt ha. succeed
I V J J. O i XijlJL din combining in these
CURE SICK IIEADACH
CURE FEVER aud Agm
CURE BILIOUS C-LIC.
Cure KIDNEY Complain!
TUTT'S PI LLS
CURE TORPID LIVE1
;nll. the heretofore an
agonistic ijuaiii. s of a
md a Piirilvingl ouic
Their first apparent ef-
lect Is to increase the ap
ivtito bv causing the
lood to tiroperl v assimi
into. Thus the. '.-stem i.
nourished, uud (y their
onto action on tbe digo
live organs, regular aud
healthy evacuation are
J he rapidity wltn
which the persons take
ui flesh while under the
nlluenceof these pllis.
ndieatea their adapia
lility to nourish the boil
. hence their efficacy in
-tiring nervous dehilitv.
Aastiuir of the muscle
luggishnes. of the liver,
Dipartlug health aud
treugth to the ayst.ui.
PRICE gti CENTS.
M Murrar Street.
111,11 11 I II I
,T. T. WARKEN k ( 0.
OU GO W. Second St.
Foreign ai: 1 Domestic dried and canned Eruits and
Vegetables. C:ianed. dried aud -alt Kish. Pick
les. S:i"..-es. Oil. and Condi UK-it. Soup
stur;'-. lialilug Powders, ground and
whole Spices. Toilet iiud Lnuudrv
Snaps. Seed, Jellies. Preserves
Fancy Groceries and Gro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS" MANUEL.
ILLL'ST li A T lu I)
This periodical ha Alwais. by its able und
.cholaiiv di'cussiofl of the question, ol the day. a.
wllus liy It. Illustrations which are prepared by
thebest artist.-exerled a most powerful und beue
ttcial lutltirtiro upon the public mind.
The'welghtot it. Intlueuce wlil alway.be foiiud
on the rideoI'morKiity, enligbtenuient. atd refinement.
MARKETS RY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, March 17, a p. .
Wheat Large biiK'uiCKs and higher price
Winter, Its 2d Us lOd; Spring,
10a 4dtidlls 2d ; California, average,
10s 8&lls lid; California club, 11 Sd
1 Is 9d. Corn -New 53 10d5s lO'd.
NEW YORK (111 .UN.
Nsw York, March 17, 1M0
Wheat -irregular -No. 2 Chicago, f 1 ;j.S.7i)
1 40; No 2 Milwaukee, $1 41
1 4:i; Red Winter, ft 40 1 49; No.
2 Red Winter, $1 47; No. 2 Araber.nom'I ;
Corn - quiet No. 2, 09.
CiiicAiio, March 17, 10.00 a. m.
Wheat-May, II 20; April, $1 IS.1,'.
Pork -May, fll April, ll 22a'.
Oats -May, :J4;l3'.
Corn May, liaji-lO.
CiiKAt.o, March 17, 2:00 p. M.
Corn-April, lifJ,'; May, 1)9 J.
Pork-M:ty,fll 42'; April, $11 27,.
Wheat-May, 1 20'2'; April, ft
DAMAGE TO THE J'lll IT AND COUN CHOPS IX
Galveston, March 10. The News,'
special reports from various portions of the
state tshow that the fruit and eotu crop is
materially lujureii, ami in many instances
entirely destroyed. Snow and ice and sleet
are reported in many places. Rivers und
creeifs lu mo eastern part ol tlie state are
cry tntirh swollen.
FLOOD IN .I.VMES lUVLIt.
Ri ii Moxn, March Hi. Heavy rains have
swollen all tributaries of the James alwve
here, and a serious Hood is feared. Mer
chants in the lower part of the city ate re
moving goods. The river at Lynchburg
has risen about six feet and is rising. The
ltivjina river at Charlottesville is also
The Volume, of the Weekly begin, with the Hist
Number for January of each year. When no time
I. mentioned. It will be understood that tho sub
scriber w ishes to commence w ; t ti 'ne Number next
after the receipt of tbeorduf
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Pottage Free to a'l aub.crllier. tu the
United Stale or Cauttda. '
TRAIN WRECKER SHOT.
Mlmpius, March 10. Last night at Sen
atobia, Miss., forty miles south of this city,
Calvin Roberts, colored, was shot by City
Marshal Lane while placing an obstruction
ou the track of the Mississippi and Teunes
see railroad. Within the past three years
several attempts have been made to wreck
trains at that point. Nino buckshot struck
Huberts, but be will recover.
OANO EROCS COUNTERFEIT.
Chicago, March Kb Avery dangerous
counterfeit legal-tender $20 note, sene of
'"i, was discovered here to-day.
AsiiiNtiTox, jlarch 10. A clatij'ei'ous
twenty-dollar United States treasury uote
has made its appearance in the west; It is
of the series of 187o, letter C, aud priuted
on imitation ri'ire paper. The shading un
der the words 'United States" is darker
than in the jjcniuc note, but the general ap
pearance of the bill is good.
K K A It N E V V s F. N T F. N ( K .
San Francisco, March 10. The police
judge this morning sentenced Dennis Kear
ney to six mouths imprisonment iu the
house of correction and to pay a line of
tf 1.000. The maguitude of the sentence
w as a surprise to Kearney, w ho had expect
ed to get off with nominal punishment. It
is probable he will take the case to the su
preme court on habeas corpus.
In passing sentence on Kearney the judge
said it was not his duty to punish the pris
oner for similar offences in the past, but to
confine himself strictly to cousideiatiou of
the present esse. He would pass judiriucut
without prejudice, feeling orviudictiveness,
but tbe sentence imposed would indicate
his estimato of the gravity of the offeiue.
He then passed sentence as before stated.
Kearney received his sentettee in silence,
but his features expressed the utmost sur
prise and indignation. He had previously
stated that he expected to get off with a
tine ol $20, or thereabouts, and after leav
ing the court room he freely expressed his
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as outrageous und claiming that he would
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neglected to demand jury trial, aud having
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an appeal to tho superior court, furnishing
bonds iu tho stun of $0,000. Ou the
street many expressions of gratification, at
.Judge Rixe's action are heard on nil sides.
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A RKLLK1ERENT ACTRESS.
A HHKItlKK's TROUBLE WITH ALICE OATKC.
Jarkaou (Mich..) Patriot."
A little episode transpired at the Opera
House, lust evening, on tho occasion of tho
appearance of the Alice Oates troupe, not
down on the bills. The 4troupe it seems,
bad engaged the Ypsilanti opera house for
last Monday evening, but iusteud ot ap
pearing there according to contract, re
mained and gave an extra entertainment iu
The opera house in question had been
held for them, notwithstanding occasions
had presented for renting it, and IJogardus,
the proprietor, very rationally concluded
he was entitled to pay lor it for the even
ing of Monday. He therefor came to tho
cily, got out necessary papers and placed
them in the bauds of the sheriff, Terry, for
service. The latter watched his oppor
tunity, and after the audience had assem
bled, garnishced the contents of the cash
box, some fiOO. He then ascended to the
next tioor and informed the manager, whom
he interviewed in a side room, that he
wished to see Mrs. Oates, as he had some
papers for her. He explained at the same
time that he did not desire to interrupt the
entertainment, and that she could appear for
an instant, accept service an then go on
with her performance. The sheriff was as
sured that this would be done, but, after
waiting ait hour without seeing anything
of the lady, he made inquiry as to the cause
of delay, and was told that she declined to
permit any papers to be served.
The sheriff thereupon stepped upon tbe
stage and saw the lady at the same time
disappear in her dressing room. He start
ed in that direction, but was laid hold of
by the stage manage, whom he shook olf.
and had reached the door when "Mr.
Oate" seized him by the arm, protesting
against the interruption. The officer,
nevertheless, pressed open tbe door,
through which Mrs. Oates tried to dodge
past him. but ho seized her by the wrist
and held her tirmly with bis left blind, on
w hich side, in his overcoat pocket, were the
papers he wished to serve. His right arm
was tirmly held by "Oates," but by a sud
den effort lit disengaged it and exchanging
hands ou the actress' wrist, pulled out the
papers, and, she refusing to Lake them,
dropped them at her feet.
The company were terribly disgruntled
by the affair, which transpired out of sight
of the audience, and one of the fellows
followed the sheriff a short distance menac
ingly, but his ardor cooled when he was in
formed that if he assaulted or attempted to
assault the former he would be promptly
arrested and locked up.
It is not improbable that the company
have had similar trouble before, as they
supposed the officer was attaching their
wardrobe, and were - nearly speechless
when they came to icarn at the close of the
performance that the receipts had been
garnisheed. The air was sulphorous for a
while, but subsequently they went to their
hotel, found that Mr. Bogardus had the in
side track, and finally paid his claim. The
latter, we understand, amounted to over
$100. j .
Sr. Paul., Minn., January 4th, 1878.
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