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I am not only as sound as a sovereign but
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Dublin, June 6. '81. R. Fitzpatbick.
Maiden, Mast., Feb. 1, 1880. Gentlemen
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THE DAILY ' CAIRO BULLETIN: ,, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
' omCBl NO. 78 OHIO LKVEE.
omCUL PAPIH ur ALEXANDER OOUNTT,
KNTEHE1) AT TU CAIBO POBTOrflOB FOll
VHANSMItiSION THROCOH THE MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS HATE.
Jno. Walker, the young negro caught
in the act of stealing coal, was held to bail
in the sum of $50 by Magistrate Comings
yesterday, fie is about fifteen yuan of age
and will probably be sent to the Reform
school. Chief Myeri yesterday arrested
two others for the iamo offonse; but they
were very young fellows and were each
fined 5 and costs for disorderly conduct.
The petty stealing of coal is a greater evil
than ii generally supposed. It ii probable
that several tons of coal are carried away
each day from can standing in the sever
al railroad yards. But aside from the
loss to shippers and buyers of coal, it is
demoralizing upon the youngster! who en
gage in it. It is well that some effort is
being made to break it up.
The Texas Jfc St. Louis rsilroad is in
the hands of a receiver since Menday. Appli
cation was made for the appointment of a
receiver last Saturday, in the court of
Judge McCreary, at Keokuk, Iowa, and
the court appointed Oeneral Manager Wood
ward, of the road, as its receiver. This
event will cause much profanity among
people along the road and elsewhere. The
company vu a month or more in arrears
with its employes, and many of these were
in debt to retail dealers and boarding-
house keepers at the stations and townsj
who in turn owed merchants in Urge cities
all of whom are "out," temporarily, at
least. In this city not less than a dozen
merchants have been waiting anxiously for
the pay car, and have profaned because it
Mr. . M. Hough, a talented young
artist from Chicago, arrived in the city yes
terday to take charge of the class in free
band drawing, charcoal, crayon and paitel
work, under the auspices of the Woman'a
Club and Library Association Mr,
Hough bai been for several years a member
of the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, and
was lately elected secretary of the Art
League ot Chicago. He comes with the
highest recommendations as a gentleman
and an artist, and will prove a valuable ac
quisition to Cairo society. Mr. Hough will
open an attractive and convenient studio in
the front room, second floor of the Alexan
der County Bank, and commence his clasa
work on Thursday. Mr. Hough makes a
specialty of crayon portraits, and teaches
according to the newest academic methods,
In the writings of Nostradamus, a
noted astrologer of the 19th ceotury, oc
curs the following: "When Qod is crucified
on St. George's, and when he is raised on
St. Marks, and his body is carried forth on
St. John's, the end of the world is at hand."
Tbe idea which the writer wishes to con
vey is, that when Good Friday, or the day
oi tbe crucifixion, will cme on tbe day of
St. George, April 29; when Easter, or the
day of the resurrection, will come on the
day of St. Mark, or April 25; when Corpus
Domini will come on St. John's Diy, or
June 24, tbe end of the world is at hand.
The year in which these three combinations
of datea will occur is tbe year in which tbe
end of tbe world will come. It is said that
these three combinations occur for the first
time in the year 1836. According to the
prophecy of Nostradamus, therefore the
world will come to an end in 1886. If we
thought that Nostradamus knew, we would
begin to get ready about this time.
"The Celebrated Original Figaro
Spanish Students" held forth at the Opera
House last night to a very small audience.
The troupe comprises sixteen performers,
one violinist, one violincelloists, five
guitar and seven Mandolin play
ers. They are all Spaniards, and
good-looking specimens, too; and they are
each and all fine performers. They gave
a.,, musical performance that was not
only novel, but was one of the finest ever
listened to by any Cairo audience. The
solo and duet portions were of the sweetest
and the choruses of the grandest ever given
here, and as such they were received and
applauded by the few representatives of
Cairo's music-loving people present. It is
to be regretted that tbe house was not
packed with those of our people who love
music in all ita forms and who can fully ap
preciate real talent in this noble art. It is
a fact very discouraging to con
template, that, with one or two exceptiens,
the finest musical performances at the
Opera House bave been poorly patronized.
Litta had only a fair audience,
RemsDii had a poof audience, the Stu
dents had a miserably small one. If, in
stead of advertising a grand concert by a
troupe that has scored magnificent triumphs
in all the great centres of culture in tha
country, Manager Shields had circulated a
few band-bills announcing the arrival of
"Buffalo Bill" and his Comanchei, he
would have had a crowded house. The
music loven of Cairo are very fas
tidioui and excellent judges of what is
good in vocal or instrumental music; but
they are so very cautious about attending
performances of this nature, fearing that
they may be disappointed and "bored," that
they miss many a good treat and cauia tha
community to be looked upon in the the
atrical world u comprising very few pa
trons of musio of a really high order.
Tbe wedding of Mr. W. D. Llppitt and
Miss Fannie Pitcher was celebrated yester
day forenoon at 11 o'clock. It vu a pri
vate wedding. Tbe ceremony was per-
formal at the residence on Twenty-fifth
street, by Rsctor F. P. Davenport, of tbe
Episcopal church. There were present only
a few relatives and friends of the couple,
among whom were tbe following:
Mrs. E. S. Clark and Miss LydU, sisters
of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. J Charles Gali-
gber, and Mr. and Mm. Frank Galigber;
Mrs. Graham and Miss Bulley, of Zine-s-
ville, Ohi; Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Dunning,
Mrs. W. B. Gilbers, Mrs. F. P. Davenport,
Mn. Rosa Lentz, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lip-
pitt, Mrs. Geo. Rtmsey, Mr. Geo.E.O'Hara,
Mr. Albert Gallgher, Mr. Harry Hughes,
Postmaster Wm. M. Murphy and Capt. T.
The bride wore a beautiful dress of dark
green, trimmed in velvet of tbe stme color,
and bat to match.
Tbe ceremony over, tbe happy couple
were overwhelmed with congratulations
from all present, and all partook of a rich
dinner; and then Mr. and Mrs. Lippitt took
their departure immediately for tbe Illinois
Central train, which conveyed tbem to St
Louis. . They will speed perhaps a week on
their wedding tour, and, returning, will re
side 'at what hai hitherto been the Pitcher
The bride ii the youngest daughter of
Mr. W, F. Pitcher and a most attractive
young lady, generally admired in society
here tor her agreeable disposition and va
ried accomplishments. Tbe groom is
brother to Mrs; Charles Galigher. He has
for some time been at the head of the money
order department under Postmaster
Murphy. He is one of our most popular
young men. Both will carry with tbem
through life tbe good wishes of tbe com
Tbe following is a partial list of the
presents which were all uncommonly beau
tiful and valuable:'
Solid silver tea service, Mr. and Mrs.
Solid silver water service, mother of
Solid Silver fruit basket, gold lined, Mr,
Solid tilver and gold sugar spoon, Mr.
and Mn. Frank Galigher.
Beautiful French clock, surmounted by
statuette, Capt. T. W. Shields, Mr. Wm
Murphy, Dr. C. W. Dunning and Mr. Geo.
' Satin band painted pin cushion and
whisp-brooin holder, Mrs. E. S. Clark,
Bohemian glass and silver toilet set, hand
painted, Mrs. Geo. R. Lentz. -
Hand painted pin cushion and toilet bot
ties, Misses Mamie and Goorgie Lippitt.
Complete set of French china dishes, 140
pieces of ornamental workmanship, Captain
Reese Dugan and wife.
One dozen silver knives and forks,' Mr
and Mrs. W. B. Gilbert.
Handsome tidy, Mrs. Morehead.
Elegant silver and glass, hand painted
toilet set, Mn. Charles Armstrong and
Handsome handy work, Miss Lydia,
iiter of bride.
Toilet mat, Mrs. Wm. 8tanton.
Elegant china chamber set, Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Lippitt. ...
The Belle of Shreveport will take her
departure by the "breik o' day" this morn
ing. She received 1200 tons of freight here,
84 head of horses and 85 passengers, 20
ieckers and 15 cabin. She has engaged in
the bends 6,000 sacks of corn and will go
into New Orleans with tbe best trip of
The Gus Fowler was on ditto as usua yes
Testerday was a dull looking day all
over town and the thermometer stood sever
al degrees ' below freezing and growing
colder at dark.
The David R. Powell will steam up and
commence receiving freight to-day for New
Orleaus and way points, leaving here Satur
day 10th instant at 5 p. m.
: The Golden Rule from New Orleans pass
ed up for Cincinnati jesteiday at noon.
She bad a light trip and will make a strong
effort to go through to Cincinnati.
The Henry A. Tyler from Memphis ar
rived at Hickman yesterday morning at
5 o'clock, but at the hour of going to press
she had' not reported here.
The U. P. Schenck from New Orleans is
due to-morrow morning for Cincinnati. See
W. F. Lambdin, passenger agent, and get
The Ohio is on another swell.
Billy Duncan, clerk of the Clyde, and
John . Mathery, pilot, came down on the
Fowler yesterday and took the Illinois Cen
tral for Evansville as their boat has gone
into winter quarters in the Tennessee river.
. Our entire stock of Clothing, Hats, Caps
and Gents' Furnishing Goods. , A business
which has been carried on for the past 16
yesra situated in the business portion of the
city with an established trade. Our stock
ia new and fashionable, 4 As we are deter
mined to go out of the clothing business
we will offer great inducement, to : cash
buyers or such terms as may be agreed upon.
For particulan enquire of
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Cairo, Ills., Jan. Id, 1884.
82,500 versus 11.50. -"I
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writes Mr. J. W. Thornton, of Caliborn,
Miss., "Samaritan Nervine however alone
cured my son of fits." This is a par with
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Teeth strerrlM'iind Ami purified by SOZO-
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Even the patience of Job would become
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ment of Chronici, Norvona, Mem and
Hlood Diseases than any other tilivslelan In
SL Louis, aa city papers nt.w anil all old resi
dent, know. ConM'lMt!n ,.t niMi-eor by mall,
flee and Invited. A friendly taik or his opinion
costs nothing. When It islneonvenleiit to visit
the city .or treatment, medicines ran be sent
by mall or express everywhere, Curahle raee
gnurauUied: where doubt exists it U frankly
stated. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Hones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Afteo
tions. Old Sores agd Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Ehenmatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Eiposuras.
It is self-evident that a physician paying
particular attention to arias ot'eae attain
, great skill, and plivtlelaus in regular practice
all over the country knowing this, freiiueiuly
recommend cases to the o!d"Sl( dice In Am-rlca,
where every knowu appliance Is resorted to,
and tbe pmvct irotxl mnerlieij of all
ages and countries are used. A whole house V "
used forolHee purpose., and nil are treated with
skill In a resetinl manner; and, knowing
what to do. noexiierlnieiits are made. On ac
count of the great number applying, the
charges are kept low. often lo-.ver than la
demanded by others It yon secure the klU
and get a speedy and pet lVrt lit e- cure, that la
the Important matter. Pamphlet, 3e pages,
sent to any sddreis free. .
platsJ MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pagFs.
Elegant cloth and gilt binding. Sealed for M
rents In poatnge or currency. Over II ltv won
derful pen pictures, true to life artlcles'on the
fallowing subjects. Whoma marry, who not;
why Proper age to marrv. Who marry II rat.
Manhood, Womanhood. Pbv.leal deeav. Who
yliould inari'y. Wowllte and 'happiness may be
increased. ThriMt married or cont.ninlatlns
marrying should read It, It .ought to be read
oy all adult persons, then kept under lock and
kny. Popular edition, same aaloY. but paper
eover and guO page., ttuuu by mall, iJimuuef
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT'8 PATENT
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