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TI1K DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER C. ISR2.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
orew.r.t so. n oiuo levke.
fcNTKKKJ AT TIIIC CAIRO POSTOFFICK FOll
IIUNSVUSSION TUKOlOil THE MAILS AT SEC
OND CLASS KATES,
OFfloiAL, PAI'SK OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notice iii m: column, pigM eontu por lino for
(Ino ami live cent per Iid acb uhanqtictit lmur
'.l.u. For one wwk. SO cent, por lino, For ouo
li ontli, ho caul por liue.
BOc per Can,
Ektra Selects, at DeBauu's.
Finest lot of window curtains in the
city at Jeff. Clark's, tf
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and indiscretion of youth, nervous weak
no, curly decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will si nd a recipe that will cere you, fiieu
ok chauok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Hev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station I)., New York
Go to Jet!'. Clark's for fancy window
shades and everything pertaining thcreto.tf
GOOD READING FOR THOUGHTFUL
SUOiTLD BE CAREFULLY HEAD THAT CORRECT
-COKCLC8ION8 MAV BE AKKIVEU AT.
l'Al'L 0. 8CUUII,
Deab Sib : R.xoguuiug the fact that
there is to a certain extent, a mutual depen
dency existing between tho professions of
pharmacy ami medicine, aud feeling that a
better understanding of tbo function aud
duties of the two profession should be re
cognized and adhered to, we, of the medi
cal profession of Cairo, object to the fre
quent habit of druggists ot thia city, of
diagnosing diseases and prescribing modi
cines, for tho following reasons :
First. Tho science of pharmacy does
not include a knowledge of tho science of
Second. You are violating the medical
practice act, by so doing, and robbing the
pbysiciiiis of their legotiruate business.
Third. You are practising deception
upon tho sick; thcrcforo wo ask you to ad
here to tho law govorniug tho practice of
Another grievance to which we respect
fully ask your attention, is tho matter of
refilling prescriptions without authority ot
the physicians who have writen them. Tho
above practice is injurious to both patiout
and physicians; tho patient often suflering
Irom the effects of improper medicine, and
tho physician because he is practically
held responsible for the action of the medi
cine he did not prescribe.
Again we hold that the original owner
of tho prescription loses his ownership in
the same, as soon as it is imce tilled and
placed on file, and that he has no rilit to
demand that it be taken from the file and
be refilled, except by the order of the pro
scribing physicians. Wo therefore ask
you to discontinue tho practice.
After due deliberation, we the under
signed members of the "Medical Associa
tion of C-tiro" have resolved not to patron
ize directly or indirectly, any druggist,
who ahull after this date, be known to pre
scribe for any one requiring the services of
a phbician, or who shall refill or duplicate
prescriptions without the written or verbal
authority of the physician. Rep"Cttiilly,
W. R.Sm.tu. Prest. J. C.Sin.LiVA.v, V. P.
G. G. Pahkkr, Skc'y. J. J. Goiukjs. J. H.
Bkya.nt. C. W. Dunning. D. II. Pahkeh.
J. S. I'ETUIE.
To the Public:
Although the above resolutions speak for
themselves, and although any unprejudiced
person can readily read between the lines
the re tl motives prompting tho Cairo Med
ical Association to issue such a proclama
tion, I feel like making a few remarks:
I, for my part, do not know that I have
been deceiving the public during the last
19 years past aud do not intend to decoive
it now, on tho contary, I will try, in the
latin - as I have in tue past, to mind my
own business and attend to the wants of
lay p.troijs to the best of my ability. I
hin neither HKouivi nor urn so any one's
patronage, but my aim is to please e ich
mi I every one, who kindly favor nv with
their calls. Respcrlftilly,
Pall 0. Sihui.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
nt Renuie's new fouuJry for which the
highest prices will be paid in cash.
Call at No. 93 Ohio Levee.
t( John T. Rknsik.
Grand Opera Restaurant opposite
Oner II ue ur st lirs. Back entrance on
7ih street. Oysters in every style. 1 1-0 tf
Best Oj stern
in market at DeBaun's 'VI Ohio levee.
A GOOD RESTAURANT.
If you want a g d meal c ill at Suborn
meyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ington Ave. Only 2 j cents tor a regular
meal, and day boarders will fin I the best
accomodation on reasonable terms.
oOe. per Can,
Extra Selects, ut IMUua'a.
Lilies Rtaiirmt opposite Opera
House. Gus Btt proprietor, 11-20 tf
Window shades and lixtun-s at Jell.
Foil Oysters in any stylo go the (Jiatid
Opera Restaurant Entrances ou Commer
cial and 7th street. 11-20 tf
go to DeBuun's, 50 Ohio levee.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing nhop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksinitliing aud wagon work
done to order. Repairing work specialty.
Work doue promptly. tf
At DoBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Lovers of Kood oysters in any form should
niuko itapuint to call on Mr. John A.
Rower, at tho corner of Twelfth street ami
Washington avenue, who has just received
and will daily receive largo lots of lino se
lect and serve them to all who may apply,
either in cans or prepared for tho palate,
llofj snouts aud lamb tongues aro also
Berved as may ho desired. 12-5-Gt
To Be Continued.
The business of tho late Win, Alba will
bo continued by Mrs. Alb ut tho old place.
Mr. Conrad Albt will liavo personal super
vision of tho business and will see that it
is conducted in tho future as it was in tho
past, under tlm able management of de
ceased, in a manner that will givo tho
greatest satisfaction to tho patrons of the
establishment. A continuance of tho cus
tom of tho past is solicited.
Apples, Oraiiyes, Etc.,
in transit to arrive: 1 car Michigan apples
(Baldwin's). 2 cars fancy Ben Davis, 50
bbls. Coast (La.) oranges.
S. E. Wilson.
77 Ohio Leveo.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured a'ld for salo at tho Cairo Bulletin
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In theno coinmti. ''n touts per lino,
Mf.li m-ertloii and whuther marked or not, if calm
I iteil to Cowa-d any man's liualaose Interest are
Full line of Christmas goods atUudcr's
at low figures. tf
Bil'.imore select raw oysters at Harry
Walker's, at 2.c. per dozen. It
Fifty bills were introduced in the
house of representatives Monday.
Schoolchildren will find The Bulletin-
scratch-books Nob. 2 and 3 lor salo at
Phil S nip's candy store. tf
A. Unity has a few more of the b'.st
soft in.il Base-Burners ever brought to
Cairo. Call and see him. Ot
Yesterday City Comptroller Foley hai
the damaged hose sent back to the Cleveland
Four )okc of straight work oxen,
weighing from 2200 to 2000 pouuds, for
sale by Fred Keoh'er. Apply at once. 3t
Solid silver and plated ware at St.
Louis prices. Jiudcr. tf
The postmaster-general urges that the
telegraph system of the country be breught
under control of the postal department.
From :ib-'i !) o'clock this morning
until about 2 o'clock this afternoon those
armed with the smoked glass may see the
transit of Venus.
Elegant artist proof steel engrav
ings, 32x113 retail price, $15 each are
offered at a bargain, apply at tho Bulletin
Harry Walker keep the Baltimore Be
leht oysters, raw and sells them at 23c. per
From an inventory filed on Monday
with Ci'y Clerk Foley, by the board ot di
rectors of tho Cairo Public Library, it ap
pears that there are 1,533 books and 2,115
volumes in tho library.
Genuine Fr-tieh niarblo clocks, gold
w itches and diamonds at Buder's tf
The Gus Fowler was taken away the
river by the wind yesterday afternoon when
she came in and sought to land. It was
fifteen or twenty minutes before sho could
stem the wind and current and niako the
landing. The Illinois Central train waited
On next Sunday, Dec. 10, the renowned
missionary, Father Damon, and another
priest from Chicago will beg n a mission at
St. Patrick's church, to last until tho Sun
day following. Services will bo held and
sermons delivered each morning and even
ing. The public is invited.
Arabi Pasha having pleaded guilty of
rebellion and been sentenced to death, tho
Khedive commuted the sentence to exile
for life, and Arabi will probably be sent to
some p:u t of the British dominion. It is
expected that like treatment will bu ac
corded the chief's subordinates.
Get some, ot these fine raw oysters,
Baltimoio selects, from Harry Walker, at
25c. per dozen. It
Assessment notice of 'ho Knights id'
Honor and Knights of the Golden Rule, for
the amounts duo upon the death of Alex
ander Fraser, are in the hands of the sec
retaries of these organization here, for
distribution among tho members here.
This is proof that the claim has been al
lowed and will be pud.
-The pay-nil fur teams aud laborers on
the city's levee during the month of Octo
ber amount to 1 1,020. Tho work has now
about reached a point where some of tho
earth mod will have to bo hauled with
wagons a short distance. But there is but
little of this to do; tho entire work will ho
finished in a few morn days of dry weath
er. The report ol Magistrate Comings and
Just'ce Robinson for tho month of October
were submitted to tho city council last
night. That of the former showed that ho
had assesi'd fines during the month to the
amount of f 1140, and collected 38. The
number of cases tried was 75. The latter's
report showed that from 23 cases tnud aud
104 tines assessed, .'!3 had been col
lected. 9'-rg. Ray promised last night that wo
should have a biting temperature this morn
ing. He based his prophecy upon the lact
that there was a geucral aud in many cases
a heavy fall of teinperaturo at points north
and west of us, from whence a brisk wind
was blowing all day yesterday, At Bis
marck tho thermometer markod only 0 de
grees above zero, at LaCrosso 20, at Yank
ton 10, nnd at some other points further
northwest, it was below zero. If tho ser
geant's prophecy was true, bring out your
Tho alarm of fire yesterday about noon
was n false alarm. It was given under tho
impression that a flro had broken out in
the second story of Mr. N. B. Tlustlewood
& Go's., commission house, from the front
door-way of which a thick smoke was Been
to issue. Investigation proved that tho
smoko ciime from a fluo from which the
cap had been removed, and that tho smoke
camo from lire in tho furnace of the lard
tendering establishment of Messrs. Hinkie
& Son, which is in tho basement next to
Messrs. Thistlewood & Co. It is needless
to say that no damage was done, therefore
we dont say it.
Yesterday Mrs. JameB Biggs received
another installment of tho amount clue
Irom the order of the Knights ot the Golden
Rule upon the death of Captain Bigg?.
Tho reason why this insurance is been paid
in installments while others have been and
usually are paid in full at once is to be found
in tho fact that some time
ago the organization was in
straightened circumstances owing to the
defalcation of its treasurer. Tho new
treasurer found the amount of money ou
hand insufficient to meet the claims then
ilue and arranged to pay them in monthly
p stalluients. Mrs Biggs, claim was among,
these aud she 1ns received. one hundred
dollars monthly since tho ''resumption."
--Ou Monday night "The Opera Bells"
or "Belles" met again at the offico of Dr.
Jocelyn, for the purpose of perfecting or
ganization and beginning practice. The
books Rent for some days before bad been
received and were put to immediate use.
About forty names are now enrolled upon
the membership list all of our popular
young people and we understand
from one of the member?, that it is the do
sire of all the members that the musically in
clined young pe p!.-! of tne city generally,
without regard to sex or nationality, vt
political or religious affiliations, c insider
themselves cordially invited to j nn the or
ganization. Tue kind invitatna eight to
bi heeded an I actod upoj verv numer
ously. Monday the street committee wis to
have had a conference withMr. Jeffries, of the
Illinois Central raiiro.id, coiccrnin,' the im
provement of Ohio levee and Cross levee,
as agreed upon by the city council: but
Mr. Jeffries found it inconvenient to come
and the conference Ins been indefinitely
postponed. It is understood tint the ni'.
road company is willing to stand by is orig
inal offer, to raie the levee as the council
might direct. But there seems to be a
slight hitch about the abrasion in the levee
between Twelfth and Fourteenth streets.
Tho compmyis of the opinion that the
c'ty should bear a portion of the e xpense of
repairing this damage. There seems to be
a difference of opinion between the compa
ny and tho city couucM upon thU particu
lar point, and it is partly, perhap princi
pally, to adjust this difference that the
conference is to be held. As it is desirable
that the contemplated improvement should
bo made before tho time tor the usual
spring riso arrives, it would bo well that
those in authority in the city do what they
can toward a speedy conference, and a fa
vorable adjustment of tho difference.
Tho report cf tho tariff commission
says: "Tho commission sought to present
a scheme of tarifl duties in which substan
tial reduction should bo tho distinguishing
feature. The average reduction in rates
including that from the enlargement of the
free list and abolition of duties on charges
uud commissions) at which the commission
has aimed, is not less on tho average than
20 percent., and it is the opiniou of the
commission that tho reduction will reach
23 per cent. The reduction in many cises
is from 45 to 50 per cent. If tho reduction
reaches tho amount at which tho commis
sion aimed, and if there is any truth in the
allegation of the opponents of tho present
economical system that a duly on articles
Biich as nro produced iu this country,
whether in manufactures or agiiculturc,
enhances the prico to consumers, not only
of what is imported but of tho whole
domestic production to tho amount of
w hich the duty is tho measure, then tho re
duction proposed by the com
mission would benefit consumers
to the extent of a hundred million of dol
lars. Dipthcria is again becoming prevalent
in portions of this state, and it may become
epidemic. In St. Louis, also a large num
ber of cases aro reported. Tho fol
lowing remedy is one which is said to
have proved elllcacious in tho practice of
Dr. Fields, of Kngbind, and by tho appli
cation of which he performed what wero
considered miraculous cures. It is said
that the doctor never lost a patient from
diptheria, As tho remedy is simple und
easily applied, the receipc is worthy of be
ing preserved and tiied should occasion
demand its use: "Put a teaspoonful of
flour of brimstone in a wineglassful of
water nnd stir with tho linger instead of
a spoon, as the fulphur does not readily
amalgamate with water. When tho sul
phur is well mixed give it ns a gargle, and
In two minutes the patient Is out of danger.
Brimstono kills every species of fungus In
man, beast or plant, in a few minutes. In:
stead of spitting out tho gargle, swallow
ing Is better, ' In extremo cases in which
ho had been just called in in tho nick of
time, when tho fungus was too nearly closed
to allow tho gargling, io blew tho sulphur
through a quill into the throat, and after
tho fungus had shrunk to allow it then flie
gargling. If tho patient cannot garglo,
tnko a livo coal, put it on a shovel; and
sprinklo a spoonful of brimstono upon it
and let tho sufferer iiihalo it by holding
his head over it.
Those who will take an interest ia tho
great astronomical event to day, it will be
of interest to know that Venus, in Mytho
logy tho Romau goddess of beauty, Is in
astronomy, ono of the most interesting
heavenly bodies. Her transit is au event of
the greatest important to astronomers. The
planet is tho nearest to tho earth and with
the exception of Mercury, uearest to the
jun. Venus, like Mercury from tho orbit
being eutirely within tint of the earth,
is never more than a certain angular dis
tance from the sun. Venus revolves on her
axis in about 24 hours, 21 minutes, 7 sec
onds, Her light and heat are to that of
thejearth as 1011 is to 1000. Uor density
is very nearly that of tho earth. The velo
city with which sho moves in her orbit is
about 80,000 miles per hour. We owe to
Ilalley the suggestion that the transits of
Venus might be utilized. The estimate
of the sun's distance or paradox, was de
duced by Encke from the transit of June
1761), The transit of this year was looked
forward to by most astronomers as giving
an opportunity to make a more accurate
estimate ot tin suu'a distance from the
earth The first determination of the
sun's distance, completed from observations
of the transit of 1S74. was published ia
April, lTi by M. PuNery, of the Paris
0:.'S-.rvv..iiy. Th-i u-su'.t announced for
the solar pan iox was 8,379 seconds, which,
if crr-ct, would reduce the d. stance of
the sua to about 91,000,000 miles. The
tris.t of Venus a. says takes place in
Juae or December.
St'.'o they conic. The list of prospec
tive cauiitates for mayor con
tinues to grow, and the old,
siybgj'hat one ra.iv go farther and fire
worse seems destined in the end to be
v-riSei. Ju-tu R. Cunningham isdjw
Uniy.K 1 by ruui Tto be a can li late for
nny i r on the Republican ticket. Jus'us
has but very recently experienc -d a change
p liiticil sentiment, if one of our colored
psp-.-rs is to be bslieveJ. Jistus hal
l..--n a staunch D.-mocrat for years ail
hiiyrar?. ia fart. He bai bei an
active pv.tic'ua and an ambitious o&e. His
very Auiib'.e a' oi has a'. ways been to serve
the r-.-ojve: tu". sjuieh')'', tb'.a t':-t'.t km
bit: -a La, ba iirt-Vntt 2. B.fr;-.s
h ; r A-iVy 1 Mr. Can::slam ' f-z-clu
le Saaliv that th? rtM-'.'S of Lit it-feitwiSB'-'.
ia tr,e :agrtitu3e cf tit ;
pi-, but in him ?;';;" h's D-fUxry J ce
ha? c r.c'.u !.' 1 to rnnve '!;' obrniie t j n
p'lllt.'cii pr.;fraitct aid :ba try it a-ja'o
on the R-pjh'irtn ticket fr mvr. Mr.
Cunning!! i 1 ha s:Vr good :r'.tii-is wV
wi.I u''m liis cia'riH be-1 .''! tb co'jvntiv.'j
ifthvre shall h-t ol: 'in i .v) wi.I do
ill ty can to ttlf. tim. I: be may prema
ture to ay anything ab eit Mr. lihu.:.
ham's qu ilitkalions for the mayorai'v, ar.d
it may als) be "unheaitbv but w will
yet venture to ay that we do not believe
bo is in all respects fitted for the high
office to which it ia said he aspires. He
might have made a good ci'y attorney an 1
a better county judge; he has all the digni
ty of bearing, su ivity of manner and bnau
ty of person necessary to fill these minor
offices with credit to hiin-elf;
and in conjunction with his knowledge of
the cullioary art, he could prepare a mix
ture of law and victuals and. "do it up" to
a shade of brown that couldn't fail to please
both sides every time. But the fatal ob
jection to him i9 that ho is not an orthog
raphist and mathematician. The mayor ot
Cairo ought tir be both, and Mr. Cunning
ham is neither. We regret to say it, and
hope there is no libel in the declaration
thus published, but this ia the considera
tion which would lead us to oppose Mr.
Cunningham if he wero to be a candidate
for mayor, even if not weighed down with
the nomination of a Republican convention.
AN INTERESTING EVENT.
On Monday night Cairo Comrnaudery
No. 13 Knights Templar met at its elegant
hall on Washington avenue, for tho pur
pose of electiug officers. Nearly a full at
tendance wa3 prescut, aud all who aro ac
quainted with tho personnel of the lodge
know that it was an assemblage which, in
point of dignity and intelligence, both in
appearance and in fact, is seldom equalled
Before the election took placo Eminent
Commander C. W. Dunning, on behalf of
tho cuiiiniaudery, presented to Recorder
A. II. Irviu a beautiful silver water-set, as
u token of tho high appreciation in which
tho coinmandery held that officer's valua
ble services in tho past. The Eminent
Commander mudo tho presentation in a
handsome manner. Ha made an elegant
little speech ; such a ouo as he is noted for
making upon occasions of this kind a
little speech full of flowers and feeling,
replete with graceful periods. Yet tho re
cipient of tho gift and tho compliment
didn't feel quila at ease at first, but soon
recovered himself, received the gift and
acknowledge! tho compliment in a brief
and very appropriate response.
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE!
Ladies, Gouts' Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Rings, Diamonds, Bracelets etc., for
FARNBAKEK & CO.,"
Licensed Pawnbrokers, 7th street, between Commercial and Washington avenues.
Tho election resulted as follows:
Dr. C. W. Dunning, Eminent Command
er; John Antrim, Generalissimo; W. M.
Murphy, Captain-General; P. W. Barclay,
Prelate; J. A. Goldstine, Treasurer; Alex
II. Irvin, Recorder; C. W.Henderson, Sen
ior Warden; B. L. McGec, Junior Warden;
Henry Wells, Standard Bearer; Willis
Mathus, Sword Bearer; Geo. E. OTIara, war
den and II. Manwaring, Captain Guard.
After the election the whole company re
paired to the Arlington hotel and con
cluded the ceremony with a neat littlo ban
quet at which toasts were numerous and
bright, and tho jollity general, sincere and
Ten aldermen and the mayor and clerk
were present at the regular meeting of the
council last night.
Tho ordiu nice granting electric light
privileges to M:ij. K. W. llalliday aud
others w:is passed.
Reports of ollioers were received and
Tho mayor reported that he considered
the point of t' e old Cross levee near the
Mi.-si sippi liver a afe place for tho loca
tion of the powdi T magazines.
The ordinance committee reported an or
dinance authorizing the isue ot anticipa
tion warrants. Ord nst.ee referred to fi
Another ordinance granting Mis Sarah
E. Hanr.rui and Col. G. W. McKeaig privil
lece to erect frauw bin; lings on lots within
the fire hmr? ass nnd for the first time. -
The connnittee on police, jail and fire
department rep r t - -1 op tl-e new hose re
ceived fsoin the Clew i.tn 1 Rulib. r compa
ny, an .1 tested Sunday and Mondy, aud
that the nw h-.' had been distributed
among the fire companies st mding most in
need of it.
W. iT'iiZ w.q printed permis.-ion to
erc frame building in fire limits con ii
tioua..v; bat petitions -tt J.-hn Sullivan, and
IWa Ellis for s m ar p:.v K-ges was de
nied. Petition ol I. km Kealy tre com
pany, tor payuivct cf I :.l t r rt pairs ot
gine wis rcterre i to t:.e pr ;-: t-i rcaiitte-.v. '
as wa? a'.. i ::. : '. r-n.i'A Tt":. for ,
perm:.i-. a t' tr'-:t :rs.::;t :u::U.r:g w ; 1 1. . n ;
S.ary i :..'f t:t &.,; .';: n.it:'--.i.r.eoUB ,
bills wtr jii-.r.ri ::. ton. ::v-t racla.CF. j
C.ty C.trk T'.'.-r r'.p.r'.tJ Lavstg re-1
ct:Tti cf y. i puv ;c livruy. :
Htp-.-n i-Ke.vt;. j
SeTM .'.vr '. ' ( -rt t.'-prert-i. '
Tie "-si vr r' .r:-. j tv r'r.e ' v'J.'c.i tu
c.rU;LSD. i''-g '-. .roti wi'.i.. a i
tLe (..;, l'h rear, '.it f )t wit;.- .
W.y.iA :.; ap;-r.vit: T. v.o rj.- ;
tag a; i -.e .. rt.-ei k-1 a
i'-g. t;..r.'. i u.". !,.cb tiarlyti-
try !i.er.v,.r '.c j .-. li.'. W.ut': Xut j1-
'j.cr.'.e ' a.' ;.: " -. j':s v,te, :t was de- !
cidei I j f jtt'.'.r tjut. i-.-ratioo uo- !
lu t.'fe t,ex: iKji . m : ;-....
Jolu Ke.ly, aa o 1 i..an. d-.-ubeia'cly
taruet h.iTitelf nw'.Kf t.'i .- vihee.n of a pa-b-ing
train i,n the Wbih r-.ad neat 15th
street jeeter Jay luuiu.'.'i about 10 '(.lock,
and wa, !n.-!:Jfit.y kill- i. The train, which
corin.ht(:ij ,f five fieight eari and '.-iigine
No. 541 with Mr. Moirow aa engineer, was
going down the avHiue at the rate of
about three miles per hour, and when near
the brown frame hou-e, opposite 15th
Htreet, the eng:nt:T and fireman, who were
both on the watch, observed the loan com
ing from the house and walk toward the
train. As the fire-most end of the train
passed him he wi.!in:d tn br waiting for it
all to get by; bur j i.-t us the car next to the
engine reached him he dropped upon his
hands and knees and thre w his neck under
the wheels. Those in charge of tho engine
saw the man's movement arid tho engineer
wh') had bis hands on the levers, instantly
reversed his engine and stopped it before
it had gone nix feet further. Only one
wheel parsed over the man, but he was
dragged long for about four feet. His
left shoubler, du st and neck were horribly
torn and the head was almost severed from
The. train was held tln.ro uutil Coronor
Richard Fitzgerald arrived, who summon
ed ajury and examined a number of wit
nos:s, which examination developed tho
facts as above stated, and the jury found
a verdict of deliberate- suicide.
Mr. Kelly was step-father to Mr. Michael
Hoar, section boss on tho Wabash road.
He was about sixty-live years old, aud not
very sound of either body or mind. He
came hero about two years sgo from Texas,
where ho had roamed about for somo timo.
On bis way hero from Texas ho jumped
from the train as it was crossing a trestle
over a stream of water. He was badly hurt,
but tho water was not deep, and ho was
rescue ! aud brought hero all right. Here
ho had a good homo with Mr. Hoar, who
sought to make him as comfortable In ev
ery way as possible during his old age. But
ho was continually ailing.
His remains wero taKen in charge by Mr.
Hoar and conveyed by Illinois Central
train to tho last resting place yesterday afternoon.
Noticci In thl column ibrue llnti or lm l!5cnt
onelDBurtlon or f 1.00 tr week. aib
WOK KENT. Una iipw llvo room cottaeo, on
- ". rtfiiny if)
VWl HALE. Itatlior'M eliairs, waeh itmidi. t.
ble. Ac. t'O.Ntt.U) ALIU, Sixth itroet
Poll BALK.-A Htionlncor Turtor Orimn-5 oc
a Uve, 7 tops-in perfect order. Will be told at
Wfff1, t"!,ODOr a(ldfc ru of Tribune,
If OK BSNT.-Ftirnliihed rootin. EWnrith hi
and WHbtnion avenue. .MKS. FAKKALL.
Jj'ORS.VLK.-.UIanks, CUatta! Moriiaeca Sncclal
lH'e"" & Blil.
December 6tli & 7th.
The Sun btlll Sbluca on the Little llouie.-Act Iv.
? A B Y !
W"'.' pf,r ai ' $rrv N. wVnr; ufw ot !ml
H-itok, lie einiifiie donielic dri3,
tf Urt Frar.'. t H 'i:oa Eu.-T.f t tea t" n. GJ
le:i, . ;.Tnei : rat M-i on Mtkre
Th'r f'.r ol - t:
If thrr '. air yv.. i .1 y of a:.r o-.Li r j.lat la
'15 a "B i-.ti f Htr-J E.rtt b.i. Tier : io -i'a
tr ar d f-.oa.i la ht y:tr.--ytw
li rt :.i uur.lf ti. liic c 1 y'.ty New Tork
I t roc t loig V.m) Klrke,
afj !or s.'.ci ti a:n T--t".t N- V, a Mtr.
It-, it of a th'jrt.)i.r oji.if rt Nrw Yon
M. i atfl Ei;.r..tt
A it t .rrQ'ii'a of ti'.'-f !!' h f.rz.i tr
t' ifcu tao:r U' iA r.iEttiti. N Vora
Jl la tt1rIjf ffr from a ! v:.i.i'.r:'-l ar. tt or
f:: ' itr Tt a.i wi;i.- :t vr Vo: Turf,
t.-'i ail Vu-ii.
A BEAL'TIfL'L UOME5TIC LOVE
knti if. Nvrth f'tr'i'. La and I'trli. I riyiorrd
wr.o a h'j L-rf fjr(r'.a -.t Iroai tie Val'aoii
h-j'jar 1 Lr.n'f.
AC.'L!oi 7J- a.-'i ft ' tf'try 1 -a'a lEctsied.
Tlrkt orj ! ai iiiC-.t a Safjulajr 10 a. m.
KW FIfH AND OYsTKK IiETOT.
UarlLguow perf'-f li.-d my a'rar.sciKftita to
'ij'til t tit ird it
OYSTERS AM) FISH,
I ('.au Now Olfer as Follows: Oysters
Taken From tbo Shed Here Fresh
at From tho Gulf.
Havou i;ook 1 V) p r 10
" Hb.Iiji: l.i'i "
" jliidlrio 7 "
OyUft In leilk ff "
Oyalera auodard In cim .. .. V! "
I(d H rja pr !" Jifr B
t'roklti " "
hb i lli'K'l, Ac " '
Shrlmi a. Iitnt.'ia. Cra'n" ruid Turi!' all In f anon
LIUKIUL JJlrtCOl'.NT TO THE TKADE.
(J O A. I,
I.) Stoves I)
No. 27 ) Mh St.
S fririwai'(?. S
Commercial Avenue und Kljrhth Street
F. riKOsi!, l'rwptlrlcnt .
U. WKLLh, t'.iohler.
P. NKF, Vice I'n-n'nt
T- J, Kertli, Aii'l Caa
F. Hroa Cairo I WIHIam Ki.ilo, .Cairo
PetrrNeir " I William Wolf..., "
('. M Ontcrloh " I ' l'H''f "
E. A. Under " I II. Well
J. Y. Clom'oti! Caledonia,;
AOEXEHAUiANKINO IIL'SlNSsS DONE.
Excbanmi fold andboimht. Intrutt mlit It
the Hnvttiitu l)cprimnt. Collettlona mad and
all bualDvti uromptly attended lo.