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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
Mayor N. IjWLiatlewood.
Treasurer Kuward Duron i a.
flora Dennis. 4, Holey.
Counstilor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal-J. H. Hoblnson.
Attorney Wllllain litniirlcki.
o a ho or ALDiHma.
First Ward-M. J Howler. Petit Haup.
Hncund Ward-David T. Linear, Ji-sso lllnklo.
Tlilrrt Ward-Kgtiert Bmtth. 11. F, lllaWu.
Hourth Ward-Cuarles 0. Pallor, AUolu 6wo
boda. fifth Ward-T. W. Ilalllday, Ernest B. Pettlt.
(Mrcalt Judio-0. J. Baker.
Circuit Cli;rk-A. H. Irvin.
County Judga-lt. M Yocum.
County Clem 8. J. JIumni.
Couuty Attorney J. M. Damron.
County Treasurer Miles W. I'arker.
Sheriff John llodtfes.
Coroner H. Kltii-erald.
County t'omnilnilonera T. W. Ilalllday,
til Lb. and haiuuel llrlluy.
(GENERAL DELIVERY open i:i)0 a.m.; closet
I 8:30 p.m.! uuday:8 tol a.m.
Money Ordur Department open at 8 a. m. ; cloios
15 p. m
Through Expresa Mailt via IUlnola Central 8:40
lilssltslpul Central Railroads close at S p. m.
Cairo aud Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
closes at 1 p. m.
Way Mall via Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln
eeuui'i aud Mlss.sslppl Central Railroads clote at
Way Mall (or Narrow Gauge Kallroad clotei at
Cairo and Evansvllle IUver Route clone, at 2:30
p. m. daliy (except Friday).
CA1UO BAPTIST. Temperance hall on Tenth
street: preaching rim and third Sundays In
each month, 11 a m. and 7:30 p. m ; prayer meet
InitTuursday, ":.KJp. m.; Hunday .rhool, 9: a.m.
Kuv. A. J. 11 ESS, Pa.tor.
CUCKCn OF TUB REDEEMER Eplcopal)
Fourteenth street; buuday Morning prayer
10:80 a ra.; avenlnp prayers, 7:80 p. m.; Hunday
school 9:) a.m. Priday eTenlng prayer 7:80 p. m.
JMR8T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCKCH.
' Preaching at 10:30 a. n.., 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
Babhatb achool at 7:30 p. m Iter. T. J. Shores,
JrniKRAN-Tblrtcenth street; service Hah
J bath 1:30 a. m.; Sunday schoolip. m. Kev.
METUODIST-Cor. Elpbth and Walnut streets;
Preaching Sabbath 10:) a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
School, II a. m. Kev. Wbittaker, pastor.
1)KEHBYTERIAN Eighth street; preaching no
Habbath at 11 DO a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
meotinK Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School
at 8 p. m. Kev. B. Y. George, pastor.
ST. JOSE PUSH Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut street; service Sabbath 10:80a.
tn.; Sunday School at 2 p. m. ; Vespers 3 p. m.; ser
rices every day at 8 p. m.
CT- PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
0 street and Washington avenue; services Sab
bath Band 10 a.m.; Vespers 8 p. m.; Sunday School
1 p. m. services every day at 8 p.m. Rev. MiihUrsou
J)U. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornra-No. 1M Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth aud MulU Htret'U
JQU. W. C. JOCELYN,
OVKICB Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Q.E0RGE II. LEACH, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
and children. , ,
Office: No. 10 Eighth street, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on band
At Seveuty-flve cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The 'trimmings" are coarse shavings and make
the best summer wood for cooking purposes as well
as the cheapest ever sold In Cairo. For black
smith's use in setting tires, they are unequalled.
Leave your orders at the Tenth street wood yard.
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
OAIKO - - ILLS
,AiH I For Border Outlaws.
VI AH 1 flU I By J. W. 1JUEL.
The only NRlV.thoouly TRUE History of tho
Lives and Wonderful Adveuliire of America's
Tho Younger Brothers,
Frank and Jesso James,
And tholr hands of highwayman, down to tho
nroeont tlmo. More than 40 llln.imilnn.. lata por
traits of the principal characters, Including Frank
James, never neforo milillshud, and la KINK COL
ORED PLATES. Interviews and Intt.ir. from
Cole Yottninir-Starlllna Rovelations. All about
tin wick nK, tlio iiiack UHin, "lu Secret Cavo
and hundreds of other wondnrnil things, Most ex
nlllua bunk aviir nuMlihadl tnnru thrllllnti limn
romance, and tirononnced TRUE by lottura rrmn
Frank James aid Cole Younger to the author.
Bella Ilk wlld-flrel Boats everything! Agents,
pnnu lor urn iiftriiGiiiarn. iruu. vitu.nnmuK ,uuu,
W cents. Complete book and otltllt I 1,1)0. Address
lUBiuuii'Aii ruiitiiBiunu w,,m uoius, mo
THE IOE KING.
Readynow, to furnish and deliver lL'B In any
(uautlly both wholesale aud retail, and at
K0CK BOTTOM PRICES.
I rosptctrully solicit the patronage of all my old
n uauu usn uuvv auu Kiiainncv i iieui
satisfaction. JACOB KI.KK.
PROPRIETOR OP 8PROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY TIIE CAR LOAD OR T0N.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 1nF)n STATES.
On and after Monday. June ?tn. and until farther
notice tbc ferryboat will make trips as follows:
LkAVIk LZAVXS L1AVIS
foat Fourth st Missouri Land e. Kentucky Ld'g.
8:00 a.m. 8:30 a. m. 0 a.m.
16:00 a. m. 10:30 a. m. II a. in.
8:00 p.m. 2: p. m. 3 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00p.m.
2 p.m. t:S0 p.m. 8 p. m
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIElt & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street
Commercial Avenue J
AGKNT8-To 8KLL thl1 ,ue Most Valu
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A Wom.u of Knowmwii, collected together In
Ono Volumo, containing over ,000 KirBMNaaa to
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The most Interesting and osofiil book ovor com
piled, eovorlna almost .the entlra Held of Learning.
X largo hnndsome octavo volume, B15 pages, pro
fusely lllustratod.-1'rlce, art Idwd.
and now In Ha seventeenth dltlon. tat oni,t
book or m kind. JSuresuccesa to every Agent
whotekea It. Boldonljrhy lubscrlptlon.
Those wHshlng to 'become Agents, addrqsi rot
Descriptive Clrcolare and extra terms.
O. W. CAHLKTON A OO.rl'ubllihori, N.Y.CUy
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 5,
A STYLISH OUTFIT 1
The Racine Harness.
It Is the best haruessmnde for the money. It is
not stalled with paper uor any spongy etulf. Had
dies of same, all our own mukeniid will not gal) the
horse. The entire harness Is made of goou No. 1
Leather. Myllxh and dumbly uinde.. Case looiia
on Bridles and Breast Collars,
Sent C. O. I). Subject to Inspection.
ttlngle Harness, Block Trlrtitnlngs ,1....13 00
" " C. Plato Trimmings .. U i
" " Nickel Trimmings ..15 00
" " Bon Ton or Hluck Oold Lined
IVimmlugs . 16 00
Double " Black TrlmBiltiL's... T... a 00
" " Bun Ton, Nkkcl or Gold
Lined Trimmings 30 (X)
When ordering, mention the kind of trlmmlnus
yo: want, also, whether side or over check, black
or russet hand pieces for reins; also whether trace
buckles are wanted on breast collar. Hume or
Breast Collars furnished with double harness as
ordered. Address A. LOBDKLL,
Liberal Dlsconuts for Liberal Orders, and Clubs.
For reference see editor of this paper.
pROPOSALS FOR CITY PIUNTINU.
I OmntoyCmr Ci.krk,
Caiim), Iixs .April !th. lttil.
Healed proposals w ill bereceivi-d at my ottlce un
til 6 o'clock p. m. of Tucdny, May Krth, 11, for
doing the city printing lor the year ending Mny 1st.
IVfiJ. Haid bids must iiiclud. the cost of publish
ing the council proeueillugs, ordinances and ' no
tices of all kinds inserted by any city officer or by
order of the city council, alsoall special assess
ment notices made by commissioners whether ap
pointed by the city council or county court. The
right to reject any and all bids reserved by the cltr.
D.J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
JOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Qrru e or City Ci.kuk.
; Caiiio, Ills,. April 2th.l8Sl.
Scaled proposals will be received at my ttllice un
til 5 o'clock p. m., Tuesday, Jlsy loth, law, for the
removal of garbage from the difl'erent residences
and hotels In the city for the months of May, Sep-
. i n. .... 1.... X' VI.... 1. I 1 l
.vu.w,, uviumii ;,ufciuucr, .ii.hu auu April,
twice in each week ; for the months of June, July
iiu auku", si uajfl in eneu weric , ana lor tue
In .....V, u...l. .i ....
ordinances of the city. The place of du-
... i . i . . , ... ....
friw iu iichuv icrn mvu one unie irum lue cuy
illllts The riirht tn reii,rt nii, ,ml ill ttlHu v...
served by the city.
II. J. KUI.EY, f lty Clerk.
timcEor City Ci.khk,
C.ino, Ii i.s .April -th.lrtsl.
Scaled proposals will be received at this office
Ulitll 5o'clotk p. m. ofTuesduy, May loth, lhM,
for furnishing such lumber as the city may require
for the year euiting May 1st, 1.'; eula lumber to be
of good and souno white or burr oak, w hite or
yellow pine or cypress and free fri'in sap or un
sound knois and of such dimensions as may be re
quired, aud to be delivered in such quuntitles,
times and places, within the roroorat limits, as
the committee on streets may direct. The right to
reject any and all bids reserved by the city.
D.J. FOLK Y, City Clerk.
JOTICE TO CONTRA CTOHS.
Omui or C'itt Ci.khk,
Cairo, III.. April 13M
Healed proposals will be received at this office
until 5 o'clock p. m., Tuesday, May 3d, ls)l. for
furnishing for the city's use and dellvenrc on the
streets of the city not less than !ouo nor more
tn m too o cubic yards of gravel, similar to that
delivered on Sixth Mreet and Commercial avenue
In the veer hsu, and subject to the approvul of tho
committee on streets. Delivery ol said gravel to he
commenced at once, aftertheacceptance of the bid,
and the contract to be completed before July 15'b,
net. The right to reject any and all bids reserved
by the city. D I. FOLilY, City Clerk.
J-OllCE TO CONTRACTORS.
I ITT CLERK S OWH'E,
Caiiio, 111., April tb. 11.
Sealed proposals will be received at this office,
directed to the Citv Council nf the City of Cairo,
until 5o'cKx k p. m. of Tuesday, May 10:h, 1881, for
furnishing them terlal and doing the work, or do
ing the work, necessary fur theconstruction and re
cosstruction the fullowlug sidewalks, vlx: To be
reconstruct! d of wood, on the westerly side of
Washington avenue from the northerly end of the
crosswalk on Tweuty-first street, to the southerly
end of tho crosswalk on Twenty-eighth street. T i
be fonsiructed of woor', on the south side of Twen
tieth street from Washington avenue to connect
with thesldewalk fronting J. B. Rued's property,
between Washington and Walnut; also on the
north side of Twenty-second stroet from Walnut to
Cedarstreeis. As provided for hr ordinance No.
60, which is on file in this office-arid subject to ex
amination a: any time, j ne ric it to rt ect anv and
all bids reserved by the city
FOLEY, City Clerk,
ffatural Emit flavors,
Prepared from the choicest
Fruit$t without coloring, poison
otts oils, acids, or artificial
Essences. Alumy miiform in
strength, without any adultera
tion or imintritien. Have gained
their reputation from their per
fect purify, superior strength
and (uality. Admitted by all
who have used them as the most
delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings,
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, lll,f and St. Louis, Mo,,
Makere 0f Lnpalln Yeaet Gome,
Dp. Prloo'i Cream Baking Powder,
and Dr. PrioVe Unique Perfumes.
We make no second grade goods.
ft ft V!.Mkil,B yi)Br r.wn lw. I onlM free. No
tJUDr,;kv BuMf you want a business at
.ii .Tnt?.h Purronl f either set can make great
Mr.Halph O'llBra, of Iowa, la visiting
his brother, Geo. K. O'Harn, of this city.
Mr. Neylcy Hudj was taki-n Bick with
fever yistenlay morning.
Mr. J. D. Kennedy is back from Nash
ville, Tennessee. Hehail been gono several
Mr. E. P. Morton, editor of the Vicuna
Times called at Tub Bulletin ofllco ltmt
Miss Emma Yost has been very sick at
her mother's home on Eighth street for the
past two weeks.
Mrs. Nettie Robinson has arrived from
Memphis and is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W.II. Schuttcr.'
Miss Dicy Kimball, who ha9 been in the
city for some time visiting her friend, Miss
Mattie Petrio, returned home to Kentucky
Registered at tho Hotel do Winter yes
terday were Messrs. G. W. Daugherty, of
Jonesbnro, 111., and John Pettcrson, of
Messrs. M. Everhart, of White Hall, III.;
Dan O'Rourke and Charles Collins, f the
M. & O. railroad, and George A. Adams, of
Chicago, were guests at the Planters
Miss Mamie Corliss will, in a short time,
graduate at the musical college jn Cincin
nati where her sister, Miss Rula, graduated
last summer. Both these young ladies will
then spend a season in Europe continuing
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
Steel is the most notable of spring pro
ductions. In itself, of course it is nothing
novel, but such a veritable shower of steel
as now descends upon us, is rather a sur
prising fact in the history of dress. Begin
ning with the new bonnet, it covers the en
tire outlet; even peeping out from the
spring slippers. In milliner', we have
braids, cords, beads, ornaments; fringes,
bees, embroideries of steel, to say nothing
of steel net works and gauzes laden with
steel spangles. On costumes, these ideas
are repeated, while out door garments are
stylishly ornamented with finishings of the
same character. So you see that steel can
hardly be misplaced, but it is most tascful
when combined with black. A moment's
reflection suffices to show the refinement ol
a black satin costume trimmed with steel,
and in tho way of a bonnet, nothing is more
riuittly ch'gaut than siiiillar combinations.
But where steel is united with colors, clients
are frequently in dubious taste. This in
deed is a mild way of putting it, for to tell
the truth plainly results are oftentimes
very bad. Everything that glitters how
ever, is fashionable. Jet is eagerly sought
after for this season; gilt is in great de
mpvi and irridecent beads are also very
popular. Trimmings of materml are in as
much vogue as ever and disposed iu much
the same way as formerly; that is in kilt
plaitings, box pluitings, gathered cullies,
OUT DOOR GARMENTS.
Everybody you meet wears something dif
ferent, but one is as fashionable as tho
other. Jackets,visitcs circulars,cape8,ulsters,
redingotes, polctots coats all arc stylish.
Now when I go on to say that each ono of
the above names represents not ono gar
ment alone, but a number of garments dif
fering in miuor points, one can form some
idea of the variety. In tho jacket family
for instance, we have at least a doen dif
ferent shapes; some cut away,- others
straight, others long, others short, somo
with hoods, some with capes, etc., etc.
Last but not least comes the Mother Hub
bard, with shirring at tho neck and 6levees
and" a very handsome adaptatiore ot tho
Mother Hubbard, called tho Solana visite,
which is shirred into tho figure and has tho
slevecs shirred also.
Small shapes, fitting close to tho head, aro
a leading style, but poke bonnets not a
few appear. Flowers aro used in profusion
and there is a manifest preference tor small
or medium sizes, rather than largo ones.
But in all, wo seo tho effects of that "shad
ing," which is now so prominent. In mas
ses of small flowers thcro aro constant
alternations, from light to dark, or vico
versa, while sprays aro almost Invariably
shaded from palo to bright. Tho same
graduating tones aro noticcablo in silks
and ribbons and when skilfully arranged,
produco beautiful results. Most of tho
now ribbons, in consequence, aro very wide,
so as to givo room forun hscnsiblo transi
tion and with the same view, very wido
strings aro of silk doubled and fringed on
tho ends. Yet narrow ribbons aro not
prohibited, but theso aro exceptions.
Quite new silks and ribbons, however, are
uniform in color, and will bo worn because
tho shaded aro oxpensivo. Porcupine
straws am tho nowest for gcnoral wear, bo
ing so-called bocauso woven with sharp
projections all over tho surface An do-
gant bonnet, lately chosen by Sarah Bern
hardt, is of open work Tuscan straw in
poko shapo. Tho brim is facod with pule
bluo satin and folds of blue shaded satin
are laid around the crown. A cluster of
pale coral pink flowers ornaments tho left
side in front, and the Btrings are of shaded
blue silk a quarter of a yard wide.
MATE111AL8 AND COSTUMES.
New grenadines are covered with checks
and plaids of every size, but importations
of very thin woolens havo interferred with
the sale of grenadines as well also as that
ol buntings. Many of theso woolens are
plain woven and in solid colors, yet
others are provided with a bright border
and others again are in open work checks
and plaids. A spring costumo now being
made for Mmo Gerster is of very thin
woolen'in palo coachman's drab combined
with bluo dotted satin. Tho Pamela
basque is shirred at tho waint in tho mid
dle of the frltit and buck and the celestino
skirt is trimmed with rufllos of satin and
bunting alternating. Another dress for
the same prima donna is a Theo. costume
of striped silk with dark olive green satin
skirt. The polonaise of silk, shows tho
front and sides cut off to the depth of an
ordinary basque while below is a plaited
scarf drapery across tho front and tho back
Hanging long and draped irreirularly. The
gored skirt is covered on the front and
Bides with horizontal shirriugs.
The Mercedes is a very attractive novelty in
having ten ribs aud the handle, entirely
within the outer covering while tho shape
is remarkably graceful. It comes in all
grades, from the cheapest to the costliest
and endless variety as to color, material.
etc. This, indeed, is a necessity as "high
style" now requires the pamsol to match
the dress, and thus renders it much more
important than formerly.
Eeckerlaer's toilet soaps aro chiefly used
by our best classes, because of their re
markablo purity and fine perfume There
aro a good many different kinds and where
all are excellent, it is hard to discriminate,
but, pcrhnps, the most sought after aro the
Bouquet of Violets, Jockey Club, Wood
Violet and Baby Soap. I mention this be
cause in warm weather, toilet aitiolos be
come doubly important. Lucy Carter.
The Illinois Supreme Court.
Mt. Vernon, 111., May 3.-Tho supreme
court opened to-day with all the justices
present except Dickey. A few vnimportaut
motions were entered, and tho court ad
journed to nine o'clock to-morrow morning.
On his way here Justice Walker hud his
pocket picked of $: J00 at tho East St. Louis
Matters at Milwaukee.
Milwaukee, May 3. All of the trades
unions of the city nu t this evening in secret
conventions It is generally expected that
tho unions will demand an increaso' of
wages, but no serious or riotous conduct is
The Quincy Cigar-makers.
Qcincy, 111., Mty 3.-Tho strike of tho
cigar-makers ended this morning, tho
manufacturers acceding to tho demrnds of
Trouble at the Illinois Capital.
Si'itLWEiio, III., May 3. Employes
in the steel melting department of tho roll
ing mill havo mado a demand for an in
creaso of 43 cents per day. Tho company
say they have never mado any money out
of the steel department and have conclud
ed to discharge the men and closo down
tho steel mill. This throws about 175 men
out of employment.
A Terrorized Community,
Washington, D. C, May ''3. Internal
Revenue Agent Trucie.oporuting m Franklin
county, Va., writes Commissioner Ratim a d
tailed account of the attempt to capture tho
notorious Davo Gillespie. The officer offer
ed f 100 reward to tho person who will
lodge Gillespie in jail, "but few," ho says,
"seem anxious to undertake to enpturo this
notorious deperado."' Tho report says:
"Since my ruin in Runnett Ihy the 20th
Gillespio and his crowd have committed
shameful outrages among innocent colored
poople in that neighborhood, whom they
charged with giving information to revenue
officers. They wont in digitise, and whipped
men and women, robbed one or two of
money, destroyed thoir property, drove
them from thoir homes, somo of them half
nakOd, and formed thirteen of them into
ono party on the road to West Virginia,
and ordered tliein to leavo on penalty of
death it they returned. This revival of ku
kluxism by illicit distillori and their friends
in tho mountains of Franklin has ter
rorized colored citizens to bucIi nn extent
that they aro afraid eveu to speak of tho
outrages, much less condemn them. There
is no such thing in Franklin county ou tho
part of responsible citizens as sympathy for
enforcement of tho laws regarding tho
making or selling of spirits, nor stato or
Mrs. Wallace Buffalo. N. Y.. writes: I
have used Burdock , Blood Bitters for
norvous and bilious hoacbus, and havo rec
ommended them to my friends; I believe
them superior to any other modicino I havo
used and can recommend them to anyone
requiring a euro for biliousness." Price
$1.00 trial size 10 cents.
NEW SERIES NO. 267
"Prisoner," said Judge Rix to a hare
looking customer the other morning,
"tho docket is very crowded, and, aa
tho evidence against you ia unmistak
ably plain, you will save valuable time
by pleading guilty."
'Couldn't think of it, your honor."
"But you wore caught in the very act
of crawling into the back window of
"I wo a little full, your honor, and
mistook it for my own house."
"But you had a kit of burglars' tools
in your pocket"
'Must have put on tho wrong coat by
mistake, your honor. Had Just come
from tho club, and thcro wore a lot of
stockbrokers' ulstors hanging on tho
"But your confederate, 'Splkey Jim,
has turned state's evidence."
"I know the circumstances are against
me, your honor, but I havo Borne testi
mony to produce that will make that
"leu, may it please tho court," con
tinued tho defendant, calmly, "I desire
to prove bv soveral witnesses that I
could havo been elected to tho Logisla
turo from the Sixteenth district if I
hadn't declined the nomination."
"What has that to do with thocaso?"
asked his honor, reappearing abovo his
desk, behind which hn had just stooped
to inko a llying nip from tho Sheriff's
"Why everything in tho world, your
honor. Do you suppose that If I was a
stealing man, I wouldn't be at Sacra
mento this session?"
"Tho prisoner is discharged," said
tho judge. '-Next casol"
Woman's "Soothing Influence.''
Tho admission of "fair woman" as a
member of the London School Beard
does not seem to havo produced that
peaceful calm which tho goutler sex Is
supposed to bring with it. At a bte
meeting the Chairman said ho must
call Miss Taylor to order. She was
traveling oufcside of her amendment
Miss Taylor " ou nro not the
Speaker of the House of Commons, sir."
Tho Chairman "It is true that I am
not the Speaker of the Houso of Com
mons, but I om Chairman of this Board,
and don't profess to bo moro."
When tho resolution was moved pro
tests against it wore offered by Mr.
Cover, Dr. Wainwright, Mrs. Surr, and
Miss Taylor. Tho latter complained
that the samo measure which was meted
out to ono section of tho Board was not
muted out to another.
Tho Chairman said that ho must ask
Miss Taylor to withdraw such imputa
tions. Miss Taylor "If thoy aro out of
order I do; if not, I don't"
Tho Chairman "It is not usual at
this Board to move that tho words ut
tered by a member bo taken down,
Tho Hon. E. Lyulph Stanley, M. P.,
said he was sure the Board would re
ceive the remark of Miss Taylor with
silent contempt. '
They kept up this " nf thing sevon
hours and a quarter ' n adji trn
etl ' X
The early robin
this part of the com1
Detroit Free Tress.
"Aro vou tho Tax-cca;
wardr' he asked as
on tho platform of the cur.
"Anything to do with the census?"
"Nothing of the sort Why do you
"Why, I saw you coming out of a
house on Sproat street the other day
with two chairs, a broom, and an otto
man llying after you; and I Bald to my
self that you wero au official or agent
of somo sort, and had unintentionally
offended tho woman."
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nud took a chew from tho samo box.
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