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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNINd, MARCH 2T, 1380.
A LL ADVERTISEMENTS la thin column, of
IV Ayr line esrti or low will no piikllnuwl lor S3
SnU on ii tnortlon;8 tluiea. M (v.nn; 1 wmk, IM
month, 1 &); 3 month without change, 41.00 per
nuuui, biica anumouu unu, prorau. Biiuauuim
To learn the carpenter and joiner' trade. Murt
e ranrt ana tctivu, 17 toiv yeura 01 ago.
J NO. A. l'OOKE
At order? (food for 1(W, if applied on any tylo
Brit-clum MvnmeMhon riano- 111 09
Mn. L. J. Bymo cu acromtuodato ft row asy
boadera, alo board and room for two. Price very
low. Apply at hor home next to the Catholic
church 011 WuHlilucton aveuuo.
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 11 l'u linerelal avenue. Residence corner
. Fourteenth St. and Washiuirton aveuno, Cairo.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omn-No. 13B Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Strecu
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-EichtB Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE : Wltli the Widows' and Oorpnana" Mu
oal Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SrROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
YOCUM fc BRODERICK,
Dealers in -
STAPLE and FANCY
"Washington Avenue, Cor.
rpnE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. I', IlALLinAT, Prurient.
11. L. 1IALI.1DAY. Vlce-Prenldoni.
TUUS. W, 1IALL1DAY, Caller.
i. TAAT TXTLOR, w. V. IIAI.MDA V,
UINIir I.. UALUIMT, II. II. CUNNIWIUAM,
4. V. W11.I.1AMSOX, HTKI'UKN HIUD,
It. II. CAM) KB.
Exchange, Coin ami United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Dnp.i.itfrec(rfvcd and a general lianlrlntt liilne
LEXANDEH COUNTY DANK,
Cuiumoiciul Avenue uml Eighth Street,
'? fliion, President.
P. Nr.rK, .o-Pre,ldeiit.
II. Wku.s. CaMiier.
T.J. KitiiTii. Anlliiut Cashier.
F. Brow. Cairo; William Klnae. Cairo;
Peter NufT, Cairo; William Wolf. Cairo;
C. M. Omerloh, Cairo; R. L. lillllhHey.Ht. LnnU;
. Under, Cairo; J. Y. Clemum, Culedoiilu;
A OEN'EHAL BANKING WSINESS DONE.
I?C1IA.(;K iiolil mid houijlit. luteri-nt paid In
the Savin;: Department. Collection made
and all limine promptly attended to.
ALL SOlTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Mauulucturur or and Dualer InAlto
TIN, COPPER ii SHEET-IRON WARE
PfAU. KIKDI OF OI 'oH NH TO UBI)KIIlH
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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morning Daily In Southern Illinois
ENTERED AT TUlt POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS HKCOND-CLASfl MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
.SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Church of TnE Redeemer. Holy
Week. There will bo daily morning scr
vico at 10 o'clock, and evening service at
7:30 o'clock with lecture. Friday, being
Good Friday, there will bo service at 0 :00,
0 :00 and 10 :30 a. m., and at 2 :30 and 7 :30
SEE YOURSELF AS OTHERS SEE YOU
It you want a perfect, natural and life
like picture of yourself or friend iu India
ink and water colors, albumen ink or oil
on canvass, give Lightfoot & Shelton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company
your order. If not satisfied, no charges
Agents wanted. Special terms on applies
tion. Call at Mrs. Stites', Seventh 6trect.
Jno. Rees1 new bakery, on Eighth street,
is headquarters for fresh baked Boston
Brown Bread and all the different kinds of
cake3 and Graham Breab; also wheat and
rye bread. His shelves aro supplied with
candies and confectioneries of ull kinds.
Prices low. Salesroom opposite J. Walter's
The "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Wm. Eichhoff announces himself, not as a
candidate, not being delivered from all
evils, but being delivered from those un
principled sharks that in vain sought his
ruin, and the gentleman with his untiring
movement has now rest. He has not only
baflled the legal fraternity and worked
successfully as agent the last two years,
thereby keeping the wolf at bay, but he
offers a reward of $ 300 for any bill that be
caunot duplicate at St. Louis, Chicago or
Cincinnati prices. It will be read
with pleasure by his many friends and
patrons that he has secured the "Hamilton
building," and his immense stock of goods
will be removed from the factory and dis
played iu his new place on first of April,
and sold at mek bottom prices.
Mr. John Major is prepared to furnish
all kinds of new wagons and buggies on
credit, on approved paper or very low for
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, all in first-class
order: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
diameter, 21 feet long, with smcke stack;
one engine 10 inch bore, 24 inch stroke,'
with heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's planer; one 12 inch planer; four rip
saws and frames complete; one cut off saw;
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine for bed posts and rails; one self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring ma
chine; one power mortising machine; two
turning lathes ; three Emery whecls.mouuted
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 inch
line shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factory.
Mr. John Major has now on hand n
large lot of farm and spring wagons, log
wagon, one horse, two hor.se and sulky
plows, Tessier's best, and double and single
harrows. New and second hand buggies
very cheap for cash or approved paper. Go
and see them.
The "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to (his market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Jacob Kliuo desires the public to know
that he has perfected his machinery fur the
manufacture of stone in blocks, and is now
ready to receive orders for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stone, building comers, window
sills, caps, etc. Orders will receive prompt
attention, and be tilled without delay.
At A. Hallcy's on Commercial avenue op
posite Seventh street. The largest and
finest stock to be found in the city. Tin
and hollowwaro of all kinds. Fine cut
lery, bird cages, ammunition, etc. A new
supply tif the Uissell carpet sweepers.
Garden and farm implements. Hardware
of all kinds. Cooking stoves, the best m
the market. Examine his stock and prices
before you buy.
Mr. Chas. Shocnmeyer, proprietor of the
Gcrmania house, situated ut tho junction
ot Poplar and Tenth streets and Wush
intgon avenue, is prepared to
accommodate a few more day
boarders at reasonable rates. The
table, is first class, containing always tho
best the season affords, and the general ac
commodations afforded are not surpassed
by nuy private boarding house iu tho city.
For building a belfry un tho Aral) en
gine house will be received at Trigg's lum
ber yard, where plans and Bpeeillcations
can be seen.
By order of tho committee,
General repairing ot carnages and bug
gies. Go to John Major, Tenth street, Cairo,
Cairo, Ills., March 25, 1880.
Public notice is hereby given to deposi
tors and all others that, on and after May
1st, 1880, tho rate of interest allowed and
paid by tho Enterpriso Savings Bank wil
bo four (4) per cent, per annum on all de
posits, under the rules and regulations of
said bank, until further notice.
By order of tho Board of Directors.
Tiios. W. IIallidat,
Secretary and Treasurer,
GENEARL LOCAL NEWS.
Always keep St. Jacob's oil handy.
Spring lambs, of tho season, nt Fred
Koehler's ou Eighth street.
Mr. L. M. Johnson, of St. Louis, was
in the city, yesterday, on a business mis
Miss Powers and sister, of J onesboro,
were in Cairo yesterday, stopping at the
Mr. George M. Dougherty, of the late
Jouesboro Advertiser, was in the city
-estcrday, aud called upon The Bulletin
We hear , that Mr. Robertson, mine
host of the St Charles hotel, is seriously m-
d'rposcd. His infant child also continues
fh tho sick list.
Mrs. Wright, the mother of Mrs. Sum
Humm, was quite ill Thursday night, and
has not fully recovered. ; She is suffering,
we hear, from heart disease.
-The "ordinance of baptism" will be
administered to several littlo ones, in the
Church of the Redeemer, to morrow. At
all events we have been told so.
The rain indicated by tho signal re
ports, came down according to promise
intermixed during Thursday night with
considerable hail. The fall last night was
uctive and plentiful.
Johnny Law crushed his finger, even to
tho fracturing of the bones, last night,
while iu the act of closing one of the doors
of his father's residence. The injury was
a most painful one.
-Ou account of the storm, last night,
but a few persons gathered at Reform hull.
Mr. Hostetter made a short speech that was
Well received by those present, and will
talk to tho people again this evening.
Miss Birdie Beauman, of Tunnel Hill,
arrived in the city by the C. & V. road, yes
terday, en route for Leavenworth, Kansas.
She will remain here until Monday, the
guest, meanwhile, of her friend, Miss Jen
Ex Governor Seymour dots Dot believe
that Grant will be .nominated at Chicane
but smokers believe that the "Faultless"
five cent cigar is the best ever offered in
this or any other market. Sold wholesale
and retail by F. Korsmyer.
-Mr. Thompson, who will assume con;
trol of the St. Charles on the 1st proximo,
has earned an excellent reputation among
us, and will no doubt maintain the standard
of the St. Charles, as among the tirst-claas
public houses of the country.
-A circuit clerk is to be elected next
November. It is said that Mr. A. II.
rvin and Mr. Reeve will be the principal
contestants. It so it, will uc a lively
tnvHss, as more effective eletioneerers are
not numbered among the peopla of Alcxati-
The forfeiture of property, this year,
:br the nonpayment of taxes, will be less,
in amount, than during any year since
1800. This will be so because of a mate
rial diminution of the taxs, and because
he penalty is such that scarcely any
roperty owner can afford to incur it.
Miss Maudie Rittenhouse's phantom
party, lust night, was a brilliant success,
notwithstanding the stormy weather.
Twenty-six couples were present, and the
:stivities wito protracted until the
hour of the night. It was ou especially
enjoyable occasion throughout.
A marriage between a young gentle
man and lady, both ot whom are well and
most favorably known to our people, will
be consummated, in this city, not later than
Monday eveuing. The couple, immediately
after marriage, or within a day or two at
farthest, will take their departure trom the
ity, and live abroad.
County court will convene again this
moruiu''. Hie inquiry to winch E. F.
Davis U made respondent, will occupy f;
entire day, and, most likely, ncccssitato an
adjournment of the court until Monday.
Should the raw-bo disposed of to-day,
however, the court will adjourn until court
Wo were told, yesterday, that during
services, ho protracted as to greet tlm nd
vent ot "Good Friday," in St. Joseph's
church, tho drapery about the akar caught
fire, and was not extinguished until tho
flames had seriously marred tho figure of
tho Virgin Mary. Tho loss, in u pecuniary
way, was inconsiderable.
Tho ordinance, passed Thursday nlghl,
changing our privy system, and to which
wo shall aludo moro fully to-morrow, was
iu accon'anee, lu the main, with tho sug
gestions of tho Taxpayers' Association. It.
is a wiso enactment, and if it meets any op
position at all, it will bo factions, and not
an. opposition qrmnded upon an honest do
sire for the pu'uicgoud.
A little negro girl, not more than three
or four years of age, tumbled from the
Walnut street sidewalk, near the colored
school building, yosterday forenoon', and
but for the convenient presence of a couple
of boys, would undoubtedly have drowned.
The littlo thing was frightened to tho very
verge of convulsions.
That most shameless and villainous of
all modern small-souled impostors, Rev. Jo
seph T. Inman, still finds space in a num
ber of respectable newspapers for his "card
to the afllicted." That his repeated expos
ures have not retired his name from the
public eye, is a matter of some astonish
ment to newspaper readers generally.
Don't forget that tho rarest of opportu
nities for social enjoyment and rational
recreation, will bo furnished by the Phan
tom ball to bo held in Washington hall,
next Monday evening. Tickets, which aro
only fifty cents each, can bo had of any of
the parties heretofore named in The Bulle
tin; but the pleasure and mirth can bo
found nowhere but at tho party.
Having, after much inquiry, assured
ourselves of tho truth of the report, wo
now venture upon tho announcement that
Mr. Ambrose Pyatt is the happy father of a
fine girl baby. We congratulate him,
cordially, since the fact announced mani
fests a laudable determination on his part
to atone, in numbers, what his family may
lack in bodily bulk or.physical stature.
Contemplating tho success that has at
tended cheap excursions on our railroads the
Jonesboro Gazette suggests that the rail
roads traversing southern Illinois might,
with profit to themselves as well as to the
public, reduce the passenger fare to three
cents per mile. Tiie Illinois Central has,
we understand, already determined to adopt
the three cent rate.
-A personal encounter occurred on the
steamer James Howard, about 8 o'clock
last night, between Jim Brooks and the
chambermaid, both colored. The cham
bermaid gave James a belt over the eyo
with a sad iron, inflicting an ugly but not
dangerous fracture. The bloody head was
skillfully dressed, shortly afterwards, by
one our pbysiciaus.
-The members of the LVIta fire compa
ny, who have engineered some of the most
delightful re-unions ever held in Cairo, will
give their regular semi-annual ball in their
hall, on Thursday evening, April 8th. Sup
per will be served iu the engine room, and
every preparation necessary to render
the affair a most enjoyable and successful
one, will receive due attention. Remember
this, and hold yourselves in readiness to
share iu the festivities.
At the expense of that variety which
is held to be "the spice ot life," and which
we know is the spice of a newspaper, we
surrender space, to-day, for the opinion of
the supreme court on the question of juris
diction involved in the contested election
case between Rittenhousc and Linegar, in
stituted in our couuty court last spring.
The'opiuion settles a question of some con
sequence, and one that will not prove de
void f interest to our readers generally.
Fred Koehler ic Bro., always up to the
demand of the market and the times, havo
supplied their meat shop on Eighth street
with the choicest of spring lambs, the very
finest mutton and the tenJercst and juiciest
beef to be found on sale in Cairo.
Koehler & Bro. make it u point to keep
tho best ot everything in their line, and
to inform tho public of the fact through
the local columns of Tin; Bcli.eti.v.
The judgment of the county court in
tlie bastardy caso against James Nott (and
from which judgment ho has taken an ap
peal) is to the effect that Nott shall pay, for
the support of the child, one hundred dol
lars for the first year, dating from the birth
of the child. For the ensuing nine years he
is required to pay fifty dollars a year, all in
quarterly installments, and ho is further
ruled to security for tho payment of the
money. The case was appealed to the cir
But little interest has been manifested,
as yet, in the contest for the ofiice of po
lice magistrate. It is important to Cairo
that this ofiice be filled by a sensible and
incorruptible man one who can bring his
prejudices into subjection to his judgment,
and one in whose personal integrity the
people feel aa unshaken confidence. To
the election of such a man, or, to the elec
tion of tho best man who may announce
himself, Til K Bui.I.ktin proposes, at the
proper time, to bend its energies.
"How tho Democrats expect to capture
tho presidency," is a live subject of dis
cussion among Republican orators and
editors who feel Republican hold upon tho
people's respect and confidence constantly
relaxing. Tho Democrats propose to cap
ture? tho presidency by obtaining, us they
did in 1870, an honest majority of the
electoral and popular vote, and by enforc
ing an honest count of tho former in the
United States senate. Their lust back
down iu tho face ol threats and fraud,
was mado over three years ago. '
The editor of tho Sparta Plaiudealcr is
not only a philosopher but a philanthropist
Many years of 'close observation has as
sured hiTn that if tho time wasted by the wo
men of tho United States in looking under
the bed for men who aro hardly ever there,
wore devoted to work, the money realir,od
therefrom would buy not less than 17,000
Com juizles for tho poor heathen. As to
how much money might bo earned during
the time that such rakes as tho Pliilndcaler
man wasto In hiding under beds, the gen
tleman is singularly reticent.
The near npproach of our city election
is exciting littlo attention and less discus
sion in any quarter. It seems to bo gener
ally understood that tho Fifth ward will in
sist upon tho return of Mr. Tom Halliday
to tho council, and the hopo that they
will continuo tj insist and take no refusal,
is entertained all over tho city. In tho
Third ward a very strong pressure will bo
brough to bear upon Capt. Wright to run
again, but in tho Fourth ward the voters
are at sea. It is uederstood that Mr.
Kynaston firmly refuses to stand for re
election. In the lower wards eager aspir
ants have not asserted themselves, and
may not do so until tho eve of the election.
We have no patience with those Dem
ocratic newspapers that deufrunee Logan's
furious assault upon Fitz John Porter, or
"the infamous caucus decisiou secured
through the efforts of Logan, Carpenter and
others, with no other object than to with
hold an act of justice to a deserving sol
dier." If the caucus decision was infa
mous, why did the Democratic senators ac
quiesce in the infamy by tabling the only
measure before them that could give ex
pression to Democratic abhorrence of the
decision, and afford relief to the much
wronged Porter? With a Porter kettle of
our own black a3 ebony, we are not in a
condition to express horror over the somber
coatingsof tho Republican Porter pot.
A mule, driven by a negro man was
unable to extricate the wagon load of wood
to which it was harnessed, from a sink hole
on Division street, Thursday evening, and
was belabored in a most cruel and brutal
manner by the driver. Yesterday the ani
mal's appearance told rather a sickening
story of the cruelties to which it had been
subjected and of the brutal impulses of its
owner. But its retaliation was not alto
gether fruitless. It succeeded iu kicking
its harness all to pieces, and compelled tho
driver to unload the wagou. Had it been
able to plant both of its heel's on the vicious
negro's sconce, the retaliation would have
been both just and complete.
The boys of Cairo, given to much
horn-blowing and pan-pounding as a means
of breaking the first night's rest and ruf
fling the tempers of newly married people,
will, for their own good, commit the fol
lowing extract to memory: "The supreme
court of Illinois has decide! that a
clurivari party is an unlawful assemblage,
a case ot murder iu that connection com
ing up from Do Kalb county. Some twenty
years ago a similar decision waa rendered
in the case of ex-Gov. Bebb. of Ohio, then
a citizen of Illinois, and who was defended
by Tom Corwin. A party of country louts
chari varied his premises upon the occasion
of his daughter's marriage; he warned t.ie
party off; they refueed to go; u s!,0t into
the crowd, kille.l a man" was acquitted
and subsequently elected governor of Ohio.
Mr. A. L. Goss, of the Olympic bra'U
band, in Paducah, appears considerably in
censed at a little paragraph that recently
appeared in the Argus. He kindly relieves
the editor of that paper of all rcsonsibil-
ity, and fixes it on the shoulders of parties
whom he regarded as his friends. His note
to The "Bulletin, Waring date, Paducah,
2oth instant, reads as follows:
Kdltor Cairo Jlulk'tin:
I saw a little notice in the Argus of the
Ud, stating that the Milrons and mvself
were "fired" from Paducah by the authori
ties, and in reply would say it is u bare
faced lie. I know it was not written by
the editor or ttny one connected with that
paper, but it was written by parties that I
thought were my friends. As far us com
ing back to Cairo to lead the Comiqito
band, it is utterly false. Mr. Roser.thall.
the proprietor of the Olympic is a gentle
man, ami runs a goon legitimate Miow,
brass band and orchestra, ami I hope mv
m toy friends in Cairo will not nav anv at
tention to that notice whatever.
A. L. Goss,
Leader Brass Band, Olympic Theater.
Yesterday aftenioon while Miss
Stuart, sister of Charley Stuart, the mer
chant, wus statu inir in the vicinity of Mr.
Ford's variety store, she was" struck directly
in the eve with a stone or pebble, thrown
from tlie sling of a reckless boy, whose
whereabouts could not be discovered. Tho
pain inflicted was most intense, and for a
time it was feared that the eyo was seri
ously and permanently injured. And right
here let us ask, for the dozenth time, why
the boys of the city, aro permitted to use
such dangerous means for hurling projec
tiles, directly on our crowded streets? Pub
Ides thrown from these slings aro sped
with the velocity of a bullet,and it is almost
miraculous that the injury inflicted upon
the persons and property of our people has
not been more serious than has been re
ported. An example of few of the larger
boys is demanded, and tho lofhcer who pro
vides the example, will earn a vote of public
Many persons have wondered why the
Cairo and St. Louis railroad Company has
not provided agaiust tho set-backs and an
noyances of high water, lu this locality, by
building nn embankment on its riht of
way. Tho matter admits of nu easy solu
tion, and that too without imputing to tho
company any delinquency In dealing with
tho public or in looking after its own in
terests. Although negotiations for tho
right of way wore pending several months,
It was only a few days ago that title papers
wfci'o passed und put upon record. The
"right" being now Indisputably vest
ed lu tho compuny, the re
ceiver will proceed, as soon s tho
season will permit, to construct tho needed
embankments, ami thus at an early day, put
tho track entirely beyond the annoyances of
our periodical floods. Tho cost of the theso
embankments tho estimates haviug al
ready been mado will roach twenty or
twenty-five thousand dollars,the greater por
tion of which, will, of courso, bo expended
here in Cairo, among our people who will
be only too glad of tho help it will afford
them. The narrow-gauge has had many
besetments to contend with ; but it is now
under skillful control, and will, in a short
time, work out for itself a "booming" out
The following "funny paragraph" is
clipped from the Carbondalo Observer a
paper published in a locality where tho peo
ple aro compelled to bore down about COO
feet before they strike any symptoms of
moisture; where the surface of the ground
is as dry as tho Observer's jokes, and the
dust of the highways ns thick as the aver
ago thickness of tho editor's skull. But
here is the paragraph : "The Cairo papers
announced, last week," says tho Observer,
"that tho county roads were again naviga
ble for steaboats, and the town was one vast
sheet of sipe water. The Marine Ways
ami .McDowells mill at Mound City were
obliged to suspend operations on account
of the high water and the waters of the
Ohio aud Mississippi were clurmin'lv
blended over a surfoqj of country fort?
miles wide. The web-footed children
of Cairo were in their seini-nativo clement
navigating that whole country tickiii" un
drift wood uud valuable property washed
out by the Hood. A uico little web-footed
girl of fourteen picked up and hauled in a
raft of blackwalnut logs below Cairo be
longing to the saw mill at Mound Citv."
R. S. Brigham, M. D., formerly of this
city, is located, we hear, in New Albany,
liuliana, with a view of practicimr his pro
fession there. The many friends of the doc
tor, in Cairo and southern Illinois, will cer
tainly join us in the wish that he may
speedily win his way to an extensive and
lucrative practice. During his ten years'
residence in Cairo he maintained a reputa
tion as a learned and most successful prac
titioner of the Homeopathy branch of the
medical profession, to which he belongs,
winning, as professional man,
the patronage- and confidence of
many of our most intelligent ami respecta
ble families, and the respect of our entire
community as an intelligent, upright au I
scholarly citizen. He devoted much of his
time, during ins residence in Cincinnati to
the taking of lectures and pursuing the
study of the diseases of the eye and ear;
and, during the present month, received
from the Pulte medical college of thatcitv,
the honorary eiegree of Adeiindein. And
now we repeat, in conclusion, that the doc
tor's many friends and former patrons
here, send him cordial wishes, expecting
and believing that the good people of New
Albany , will not be slow to recognize his
merits, both as a physician an I gentleman.
Mr. E. F. DaviV enjoyment of the free
air of heaven, Thursday evening, was of
short duration "limited by the vindictive-
ncss of Ins persecutors" as his stand-bys
say, to a very few minutes. The facts in
volved, as we understand them, are as
follows: During the present term of 'the
county court Messrs. Jewett & Ad-
biuj, of Cincinnati, obtained a judg
ment, in an action of assumpsit, agains Mr.
Davis, for the sum of $S2ii,2.'5, in
terest and co.-U. An execution was issued
on the judgment and returned, "no property
lound whereon to levy." Anticipating
such a result and that Mr. I), would
probably come out of confinement an bail,
the plaintiffs left orders that, in the event
he found bondsmen, a capias ad respond
endum issue against his body. Mr. D.
securing bail, was about to resume his
place in society, when the writ was served
upon him and necessitated his return to
e'onllnement. He will have his hearing,
under these new proceedings, be
fore Judge Yex-um, ef the county
court to-day. Fraud will be alleged
we hear; or, in tho event of fail
ure in that respect, Mr. D. will
be asked to "schedule." And thus,
after only a ray of light illumined the old
lellow s horizon, is his sky overcast again.
AT THE i'LANTKHS' HOUSE.
G. Hart, Missouri; A. B. Palmer, St.
Louis; F. True, St. Louis; L. M. Johnson;
M. J. Miedieals, St. Louis; T.J. Howard,
Elgaterlowc; j. Q. A. Ledlcelter, Elgater
lowe: M. McGillivery, Point Pleasant, Mo.;
R. P. Cox, Cincinnati; Miss R. Powers and
sister, Joneslstro; S. Brumwick, St. Louis;
O.IIoyt. New York; S.E.Burwell, St Louis;
Wm. M. Who.itly, Cincinnati; W. W.
Shinkle, Philadelphia, Pa.; Abo. Reiser,
Evansville, Ind.; D. B. Callender, New
York; J. H. Wise, New Brunswick; J. S.
Kiiby and friend, River; Thomas Long,
Rive ; T. A. Murech.Rive.
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