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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 18, m.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
01m: Bulletin Building, WoaMajrton Avfiune
JTTBU.KD IT TUB POflT omCI IW CAIRO, XL
UBOIR, AS A10OND-niAM MATTBH.
WVlOiAL FAPBI1 OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lu thif eolumn, night cunU per , line for
lrit nl nve Mnt pur lina each ulmeo,uent Unor
Itiin. For nno wueic. Wccnta pur line, for one
troiith, ) cent per line.
Washington avenue, corner Seventh
street. Good day board at reasonable
rates. Meal tickets for transient board
ers. Mkh. Phil K. Howard.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, Perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid for Bale at tbe Cairo Bulletin
Foil Rest. Cottage on ICth street. Ap
ply to Mrs. Fitzgerald, Jii'LLETijf building.
Having built a new oven of large capaci
ty, I have now recommenced baking bread
ol all kinds, which can bo had fresh every
day at my p.l ace of business, the Union
Bakery, on Commercial avenue below Sixth
street. lw. Fhank Kkatky.
Out of the fire( cor. of Sth and Levee, my
Ice house and office ia at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and 9th streets. Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
For Rent -Dwelling.
I will rent my house on Fifteenth street
to a responsible tenant. Homo contains
ten rooms besides brick basement with din
ing room, kitchen, pantry and wash room,
and is in good condition. Apply to me on
the premises or at Barclay Bro's Ohio levee
drug store. Jas. S. Reaiiuen.
308,000 Brick for Sale.
I have now in my brick yard ready for
delivery three hundred thousand brick, and
will have plenty to fill all orders during
the summer. Jacou Kline.
Sproat'u Retail Ice Box.
Consumers of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in CundifTs store where
ico in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at tins stand
Just the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
I'iauo for Rent.
A fine piano for rent on easy terms. Ap
ply to E. A. Bcdeb.
Rooms, furnished or unfurnished on sec
ond floor of The Bulletin building. Ap
ply, up stairs, Mrs. Fitzgerald.
Use Tue Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
Bole, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
t. five and ten cents each by the single one,
' by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion tu prices.
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will ruu through the season
delivering ice to all parts of the city. I
have also an ico box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my office on Tenth Btreet,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and careful attention.
OlCO. W. Bl'ENCE.
"Four on Oil."
L. P. Follett, Marion, ()., states that he
has used Thomas' Eclectric Oil for burns,
and has found nothing to equal it in sooth
,ing the pain and giving relief. Paul 0
Mrs. Wallace, Buffalo, N. Y., writeH : "I
have used Burdock Blood Bitters for nerv
ous and bilious headaches, and have rec
ommonded them to my friends; I believe
them superior to any otrer medicine I have
used, and can recommend them to any one
requirin" a cure for biliousness." Price
11.00. Paul O. Paul, Agent.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given some cnterpriseing man
In Tub bulletin Building, which is now
offered for tale on easy terms, fong time
and low rate of interest The building
has rented for the past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollar per mouth.
The property cousints of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story 10 x 45. His a frontage ot 00
foot on Washington avenue and 100 feet on
- 12th street. If desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, &.C., in tho 2 story building
will be sold with ,it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or John II. Oberly, Bloom
A promin' nt gentlemau in Cerro Gordo
Uounty, lowa, writes us that he finds Kid
aey-Wort to be the best remedy ho ever
knew for a complication of diseases It is
the specific action which it has on tho liver,
kidneys and bowels, which gives it such
curative power, and it is the thousands of
core which it is performing which gives it
its great celebrity. Liquid, (very concen
trated) or dry, botu act efficiently. N. II
Journal and uouner.
I GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thew eoiumna, W cnu P l'n
ct) insertion. Marked
Window shades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. tf
Don't forget the Temperance pic-nloto
Fort Jefferson Saturday. It.
Wanted to rent, a cottage- in good loca
tion apply with terms to Bulletin office.'
On his way down south in Bcarch of
tho Atkinsons, Captain Hutchinson borrow
ed two pair of hand cuffs of Officer Haz.
Martin, which are probably lost.
A fine brass and string band will furn
ish sweet muBic at tho temperance pic-nip
Mr. James Lemen of Bond county was
passcrger on the Sto. Genevieve from St.
Louis last Tuesday. He will remain in
the city several days and then go to Dixon
Springs to spend tho summer.
Remember tho Methodist Entertain,
ment nt Hartman's Hall to-night. An ex
tra fine musical programme, Ico cream, and
Captain Coleman's "Broom Brigade" are
among the attractions.
Mouldings and picture frames at Jeff
Mr. Sargent desires through The Bul
letin to thank all bis friends for their
kiudly sympathy and generous assistance
in placing him on his feet again after the
loss of his stock and tools in tho late tire.
The crowning of tho May Queen will
bo au attractive feature of tho temperance
pic-nic at Fort Jefferson Saturday. Every
body should go. It.
-Street Tax Collector Arter desires no-
tico to be given to all who have been noti
fied to pay street tax must do so before Sat
urday night next, as warrantB will be issued
against all who fail to settle next Monday.
A small flame in the root of a frame
building belonging to Mrs. Schuh, en
Fourth street, was tho cause of the alarai
of fire yesterday morning. But little dam
age was done and the fire department was
not called into service.
Tho negress Eliza Burton, who was ar
rested by Officer Martin Tuesday for steal
a bolt of fine ribbon from Mrs. S. William
son, waived an examination before Magis
trate Comings and was held to bail in the
sum of one hundred dollars. She is in
A new iron front is being put in the
front of Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald's saloon at
the corner of Fourteenth street and Com
mercial avenue. The front room will be
generally and handsomely repaired, and
will be a paragon of beauty when fin
ished. All the repairs on the Bt. Louis & Iron
Mountain Road are completed and trains
are now running regularly the full length
of the road. Five day's' mails from the
Noith arrived at Little Rock Tuesday.
Trains on the Narrow Gage Railroad from
Malvern to Hot Springs began running yes
Another case of small-pox was dis
covered in the "catfish ranch" on Ohio
levee near Fourteenth street yesterday
morning, it was a negro woman living in
the samo shanty from which previous cases
were takon. She was conveyed to the city
hospital. Two other cases also broke or
in tho building near the Hibernian engine
The Cairo ladies who arc skilled in
embroidery, and those desirous of becom
ing so, will soon have an opportunity to
learn tho beautiful and artistic South Kon
sington and Arrasene embroidery, from one
of the most skillful teachers in St. Louis.
The lady, MisB Davidson, instructs a class
in Anna next weeek, and will be in Cairo,
probably tho following week . Her terms
are $5.00 for the first course of six lessons.
She is an unusually fine teacher, it is said.
"Picturesque B & O," a handsomely
illustrated book, descriptive of the scenery
along the lines of the great Baltimore &
Ohio railroad, has been ready at ThkBul
letin office, and when we say it is tho best
that has ever been issued by that or tiny
other company, we are awarding it vory
high praise, but not greater than is de
served. The book is in narrative-histori-
cal-descriptive style, that is simply delight
ful reading. And tho engravingB and
sketches are by the very best artists, all or
dinal and made expressly tor this work.
One of tho finest entertainment given
in Cairo during the season will bo the
grand benefit for tho Public Library, to
take place at the Opera House probably on
tho 6th of June. A novel and brilliant pro
gramme will bo offered, and some of our fin
est musicians have volunteered their service
for theoccasion,whilo Prof.Brownloe of Car
bondale, a dramatic reader of great ability,
I' is also offered to assist. The worthiness
of C.q cause, and pains taken by tho library
ladies to provide a first-class entertain
ment will insure a crowded houso.
United States Marshal Russell, for the
western district of Texas, who passed
through this city somo timo ago with nine
prisoners from San Antonio, Texas, for tho
Chester Penitentiary, was arrested at
Washington on tho 13th instant for pre
senting fraudulent actual expense accounts
in connection with the transportation of
said prisoners' Ho traveled on fivo rail
road passes and charged for full fare and
also charged for guards never employed
It is understood several deputy marshals
and some privato banks are implic&tod in
this fraud. .
- Somo excitement was created in police
circles yesterday by the announcement that
a fino cow had been stolen from Mr.
Charles Gayer and that tho, head, feet and
hide of the animal had been found in one
of the slaughter houBcg outside of the
Mississippi levee. Two young negroes
named Ah. Brown and Wm. Fountain, who
killed tho cow and who claim to have driv
en her to tho slaughter honso pen in con
sideration of one dollar each, to 1o paid
them by parties who nocd not bo named
until the truth of their assertion has been
proved, were arrested by Chief Myors and
Officer Martin and aro in jail awaiting a
preliminary examination. Mr. Gayer ob
tained the meat from the butcher shop,
where it had been placed on sale, and
realized over thirty dollars from it.
The country is doubtless somewhat
surprised by tho announcement that the
select committeo ot thoSenato lias decided
to report a constitutional nraondmont in
favor of woman suffrage. Of courso this
does not signify that the measure will puss
congress, but it does indicate a growing
Bentiment in its favor; and the vote will be
likely to show a far larger proportion of
congressmen favorable to it than tho public
imagines. There has beon a disposition
to poo-poo woman suffrage, as among tho
impracticable and improbable changes, but
no ouo has been quite able to satisfy him
self with the reasons he has been able to as
sign against it. It may come much sooner
than tho majority of women themselves will
bo prepared for.
Tho following is Sergeant W. II. Ray's
report for tho mouth ot April, concerning
the weather at this point Thundor storms
April, 7, 18 21 22 and 20. Hail on the 23 J
and sleet on the 11th and 13th. Frosts on
on tho ICth and 17th. Solar halos, April
5, 6, 11, and 12. Lunar halos on tho 5th
and Cth. Aurora on the ICth from 10 :M to
11:50 p.m. Mean temperature of the
mouth 2 deg. 3 miu. above tho mean of ten
Aprils last past, and 4 deg. 8 min. above
the mean of April, 1881,-187!, and 1880
only were warmer. Precipitation foMhc
month, 0.14 inches less than the average lor
April in ten years last past 1874 was tho
wettest, 8.13 inches, and 187C the dryest,
2.67 inches. Hig&est velocity of wind dur
ing the month, 27 miles from the west. To
tal movement for the month, 6 431 miles.
Dates of gales with wind velocity 25 or
more miles per hour: April 6, 8, 10, 11, 13,
18.19, 23, 23 and 26.
A New Orleans court lately issued an
injunction against a newspaper published
there, restraining it from the publication of
certain cartoons contemplated. Such a di
rect attack on the liberty of tho press has
been properly rebuked by the supreme
court, to which the publishers appealed.
Tho supreme court declares that "one may
be mulcted in damages for what he has pub
lished, but there is no authority that
has the right to say what ho shall or shall
not publish beforehand. Courts of equity
will not lend their aid to enjoin the pub
lication of libels, even though the libelous
publication is calculated to injure the
credit, business or character of the person
againBt whom it is dirocted." The New
Orleans inferior court which issued the in
junction reforred to must be a somewhat
remarkable fountain of justice. There is a
judgo somewhere down there who should
bo relegated to private life as soon as pos -Biblo.
The House Committee on Commerce
adopted a report to accompany the River
aud Harbor Appropriation bill, in which
they stato that the bill appropriates in the
aggregate $17,342,875, including $825,000
for improving the Mississippi River and
$780,000 tor miscellaneous work upon the
Mississippi aud tho Missouri. For the im
provement of the Mississippi River from the
head of the passes to Cairo the bill appro
priates all that tho commission asked for,
the committeo believing that this is a work
of such vast national importance and of
such peculiar and intricate character that
the commission should not only bo left en
tirely unhampered by conditions of any
kind, but should also havo abundant means
for flio completion of tlio great work at tho
earliest possible time. Tho report says :
"It ia of infinite importance for tho protec
tion of the public from tho undue exact
ions of railroad companies, that tho great
natural highways of commerce, the rivers
of tho country, shall be plaoed in the befit
condition to compete with them,"
-A tall German, claiming to bo a
saddler, has been loafing around tho city
for some days, often in a moderately drunk
en condition. Ho made himself quile at
homo in somo places, among other ut Mr.
John McNulty's hardware store whero ho
frequently went in aud out without hind
rance, and where ho had succeeded in gain
ing tho good will of those in charge. On
TuoBday ho came in as usual and after
loitering around awhile wua accidontly
suen to pick up a box of rivet, Blip them
into his pocket and walkout. Mr. McNul-
ty had him arrested and taken to jail to be
tried yesterday. It was found, upon in
vostigation, that about twelve boxes of
rivets had been stolen and Bold for Ices than
their value. Yesterday ho was brought
out for trial beforo Magistrato Comings, a
cnargo oi vagrancy was preferred against
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miu iuiu n u nun iiuuvny IlllOU. UiK B BtaV
of execution was grantod on condition that
bo leave town within throo minutes and
never show his ugly, bloated face, and biff.
healthy, lazy form in tho city aain. Ho
Later information gives closer par
ticulars of tho terrible affair in which, Cap
tain Jorry Hutchinson lost his life. Mr.
Hutchinson, accompanied by Mr. Mudson,
who resides in that part of Louisiana and
who is a brothorot Col. I.B. Hudson1)!" this
city, went in search of the Atkinsons to
gether. They wero compelled to trajrr-1 a
number of miles in various ways, by ca
noe?, skiffs and on foot, through swamps
and woods and bush, beforo they reached
the vicinity of tho retreat of tho fugitive
murderers. Arrived there they, for some
reason, separated and Mr. Hutchinson went
alone to the house in which the AtkinsonB
wero known to bo. He gained admittance
and surprised tho old mm and son by
drawing revolvers upon them nnd com
manding them to throw up their IiuihIb.
They both obeyed and Mr. Hutchinson,
probably thinking that no resistance would
be offered, put up his weapons and pro
ceeded to handcuff the old man. While
thus engaged oung Atkinson snatched up
a gun and as quick as a Hash discharged
both barrels nt Hutchinson with ultimate
fatal effect and then bolted for the open
door. Hutchinson did not fall immedi
ately uor lose his presence of mind. 'He
drew his weapon and fired at the old man
who was also attempting to escape, shoot
ing him twice and killing him almost in
stantly. About this time Mr. Iludsnu ar
rived and found tho two men weltering iti
their life blood. dptain Hutchinson was
still conscious and was able to tell how it
all happened, but expired immediately
afterward. The place was a great distance
from the river and from any other city,
without any means of communication with
the outside world. Mr. Hudson sought to
procure a ruetalic coffin for the remains of
Mr. Hutchinson and have them sent horo;,
but mmo'could be obtained in tho place.
Re did the best ho could under the cir
cumstances; had the remains buried in au
ordinary coffin in a quiet, elevated place
near whero tho terrible atlair took place.
Mr. Hudson was two days in reaching the
river aud then some time before reaching
a community from whence he could send
word of the bloody affair to Memphis aad
other places. Mrs Hutchinson had not
seen her husband for four months and
came hero Monday and stopped at The
Halliday, not for the purpose of receiving
her husbands' remains, but with the in
tention of agreeably surprising him on his
return from his perilous trip. She did not
hear of the terriblo news until a!ter her
arrival here and was naturally overcome
with grief. She left yesterday "f'r her
homo in Indianapolis. She intended to go
to tho scene of tho tragedy and have her
husband's remains disinterred and brought
home, but such a thing was out of the
question, ns a trip to the place now is
fraught with much difficulty and danger
by reason of high water. Young Atkin
son, who escaped, is being pursued by a
The protest against the existeuce of the
marine surgeon's office, and the marine hos
pital station, in our p-ist office and among
our publican ! privato schools, is now ready
and will be forwarded to Dr." J. H. lUuch,
secretary of tho't6tte board otjhcalth, to-day.
It is a volumnious document, setting forth
very strongly, but by no means too strong
ly, tho evils resulting from this condition
of things. Besides the map of the
city, showing the marine hospital station,
seventeen squares away from the wharf
boats and almost in the midst of a number
of public and privato schools and directly
opposite one of our popular churches, and
a diagram of the internal arrangemet of
the custom house, showing how all persons
in search of the Burgeon's office must, dur
ing the day, always pass through the post -
office corridor in order to reach it besides
these, there are twelve pages of fools cap
about a foot and a half long, all filled with
tho names of the most prominent men in
the city. Tho names arc in gioupB, repre
senting separately the railroad officials aud
clerks, the business men, the mechanics,
professional men, tho city officers including
the mayor and council, tho county officers,
the post office and custom houso offi
cers, and other' government officials. It
is u powerful a document as was over
gotten up, and undoubtedly represents tho
convictions of all who regard tho object
saught to bo attained from au unselfish
standpoint. The state board of health will
understand what a few others do not seem
to understand, that this effort does not
come, from a few causelessly dissatisfiod
and jealous persons, but is a
complaint of tho people of the city, as
is evident from the names on tho petition.
It is not directed against individuals or in
stitutions, but against a condition of things
which has been in years gone by, and will
bo so long as it remains unchanged, a con
stant menace to tho health of our people.
The question of how much office rent the
government must pay lor tho marine sur
geon's office outHidu of the custom house,
or how many dollars per month any insti
tution in tho city would lose by reason a
change in the condition Vf things com
plained of, must not daro not bo brought
into a discussiou whero tho safety of hu
man lifu alone is tho topic. Pecuniary in
terests must not bo brought into conflict
with health and lifo ; averico must not feast
upon tho blood of those wo love; tho 'al
mighty dollar is a poor substitute for tho
jewels of health and contentment ; no man or
institution has a right to exist, much less
prosper, to the physical and mental injury
of any creaturo, much less of a whole com-
Of Every Description, from
Youths or GentieinanAs Complete Out lit. A large Assort-,
ment of STRAW HATS AND STIFF MUMMED FEALT
HATS of the latest styles just
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise
SECOND We have amnio canital and
THIRD We are at all times represented
, ill. nmitjo uu mi; lUllltOUl,
Now, it is by taking advantage of these
name such apparently ridiculously low prices,
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears thu ticket with full rmme Middlesex Co. fiO.00. J
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for $9.50, worth $15 00. A very
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at $12 5U, worth $19.00. We do not sell foods dor b'ss than i
we want it distinctly understood tnat wo make a small profit on everything wo sell for
that principle by which a merchant can sell (roods for lcsstlian cof-t, and still keep stom,
has never yet been discovered. Come and sec our goods. You will not bo importuned
munity of human beings. If tho marine
hospital station, (which, by the way, is ex
clusively referred to in tho foregoing) is a
part of any other institution (which, by tho
way, is not referred to in the foregoing,)
then the siid "other institution" should,
if such a step were necessary to rcineuy the
existing evil condition of things.be willing
to obey the ioj unction of holy writ which
says, in substance, "If thy right hand give
offense, cut it off and cast it from thee, for
it is better, etc." But it is not proble that
such a step will become necessary. The
removal of the marine hospital station
from St. Mary's Infirmary into a separata
building contiguous to the river, does not
necessarily imply that the Sisters of the
Aoly Cross are not to havo charge of it.
Ilnd if the revenue derived every month
from the care ot marine patients is neces
sary to the txistauccof the Infirmary, then
it would be well that such an arrangement
should be tnade, f r the Infirmary and the
sisteis in charge of it have done much to
ward the re'.L'f ot poor, sick wanderers,
many of whom river men, attracted hero by
the institution which they were taxed every
month for years in advance to sustain and
to which they aro refused admittance be
cause of some slight non -conformity to the
regulations of the marine service.
Tbe trial of the case of Lee Smith, pend
ing when court had adjourned on Tues
day evening, was resumed yesterday morn
ing and concluded about noon, when it was
given to the jury which brought in a ver
dict of - guilty of larceny and fixed the
punishment at four years in tho peniten tiary.
A motion for a new trial was mad
by the attorneys for the defense, which
will b-0und to-day or to morrow.
Beech, Hammond and Meyers, who, to
gether with Jack Lally as leader, took ad
vantage of the city's distress during the
late flood and conspired to defraud her out
of money, were arraigned and pleaded
guilty to the charge. They were each
sentenced to the penitentiary for six months
and fined one hundred dollars.
Ephraim Tally, a brutal negro, who jo
Icntly assaulted his daughter some time
ago, pleaded guilty to tho chargo of as
sault to do bodily injury. Ho was sen
tenced to jail tor fifteen days and fined
thirty dollars and costs.
In the cases of James blaltery, who was
a party with Kolley to the forgery of
Alderman B. F, Blake's name to an order
upon Mr. Manion for board and lodging,
and that'of Countryman, the notorious, who
made the boldest attempt ever made to
swindle a trusting fellow man out of his
money, the states attorney saw fit to enter
Court adjourned about fivo o'clock to
meet again this morning, here is now
but one more criminal caso to bo tried, that
of Samuel Josephs, tho young negro wh,
some time ago, harmlessly, but with vicioub
intent, discharged a-pistol at another negro
on Thirteenth street and Washington avenue.
HiB caso will bo tho first ou docket this
morning and will probably not occupy
much timo. Court will then proceed to
the chancery docket and try such cases as
may bo ready for trial.
OPENING OF THE CAMPAIGN.
As yet but little interest is manifested
in thu state by tho people becauso ot tho
approaching political campaign. As tho
Stato Journal Bays, tho calling of the repub
can state convention by tho stato central
committee, for the 28th of June, is the first
formal note of tho opening of tho campaign
for 1882. Though not so early as on presi
dential years, this is probably sufficiently
eaily, as it gives timo for a campaign of
four montliB. Tho formal call has not yet
been issuod, but will undoubtedly bo out
within the next few days.
Thero aro only two stato officers a stato
treasurer and a superintendent of public
instruction to bo nominated at tho coming
convention, but in addition to these thoro
are members of congress, and of tho state
legislature to be elected in the congression
al and senatorial districts, respectively,
and county officers in tho various counties,
the minutest article up to
we buy to supply our numerous uteres
are nrcnareil to bnvn.uli dr.tin
in eastern markets by a resident buyer. I
opportunities that wo do from time to
tor instance wo are
J. BURGER & BRO,
.AtPalaco Clothing Houso,
108 Commurcinl .Aveinio.
at tho samo general election. The follow
ing is thu list:
A stato treasurer.
A state superintendent of public instruc
Twenty representatives in congress.
Twenty-five senators in the legislature
One hundred and fifty-three represent.
Uvea in the legislature.
County judges, treasurers, clerks, sheriffs,
coroners, superintendents of schools, and
supervisors in all the couuties in tho state,
and a probate judge and five commission
ers, in addition, ia Cook county.
Within the next six weeks the county
conventions for the appoiutuient of dele
gates to the state convention will be held,
and it is to bo presumed that the- moat of
these will, at thu same time, put in nomi
nation candidates for county offices, and
take preliminary steps for the nomination
of members of congress and the general as
sembly. As the character of nomination!
for tho interior office will inevitably affect
tho general result, it is of tho first imports
ance that they should bo entirely unexcep
tionablethe best that can be made. Tb
tweuty-fivo members of the senate and the
one hundred and fifty-three members of
the houso to bo chosen this year, will Also
participate in the election of a United
States seuator next winter, and this consti
tutes an additional reason why sterling
and discreet men men who have
no factions or personal ends to accomplish,
but who have the good of the
party and of the nation at heart
should be chi sen. .
A special interest will be given to .the
coming election by the fact that this is the
first under the new congressional and sen
atorial apportionments, as well as the first
since our representation in congress baa
been increased to twenty members.
ELECTION J RESULT.
Was elected by a majority or tun thoHBiind yoU
--to bu the flnest 5c. ctnr In the market.
(J RAND ENTERTAINMENT
To b Riven by tho lailles of tbo
M. E. C II U It C H
Thursday Eve May 1 8
Instrumental Qnartotta-Haiintlnc EynMUMop.
Piano, MIm Ada V, Hcarrott, Atlnn E'auuy Unrelaf.
Ornun, Mlni-un Kiln aud tiara Knhhiuc
HbmSoIo Saved from thntJtortn Mr. Crowell.
Cornut Duet-Tha Devil's Call Qallop. Mlaa
Add V. Hcarrett, W. F. MrKee. Piano, Mils Km
ma Jamo. organ, Ming Fannin Barclay.
Contralto 8olo-Wben the Klowlugflde Coo
tn. Mien liatile McKue.
Male Quartette Come Whr-J tlio MUlon Bloom.
Mokkm. frank Metcalf. N. Hacker, W. F. Mc&oo
and Mr Crowull.
Broom Hrluaia Mica Effle Coleman Captain,
t Aclinliilun S3 cents, children lb cents. lot "
(JITV M. WHEAL NOTICE.
All perxoni ro notified that from tMa dato all
homo, milieu, and hour hoi riinnlui' m a aecon
t'arr to law will Im Impounded and h i owner!
proBOCiiled according to law. Pay yotir dog tax
L. 11. M.XEK3,C1TX .MA USUAL,
May 11th Mi
XilOUKDHY, MACHINE HIIOP AND
V QTI? 4 AT WMtrlV.
Vulcan Iron Works
UR OHIO T.F.VEK. CAIRO. TM.S.
JOHN T. KENNIE.
TTAviNO ontnhitHtioa worm at. tho ahovo moo
J-Miomid place la hotter lirepitied Hum ever for
ruaniifncturlnK Htcam Kiiptlnemind Mill Maclilnory.
llnvlnK a ntuam Hummer nnil ninplo Toolx, tho
mumifacttirluii of all kind of Machinery, IlHllroad.f
Hteamhoat and HrldRo ForRlnui made a Htiuclalty. 1
KsjiecUl attention given to repalra of Unutiio'
lirati uaninge or an kinna made to order.
Pipe Fitting In all Its brauchci .