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WIT A1!D HUMOK,
We believe it m as a Boston girl who
remarked that tlw remains wcr "benu
A lloston girl fell in love with a gray
haired old man, and somo of her ac
quaintances wore mean enough to say
that she has got (lie nnthjuo crazi.
A patent has been granted in Wash
ington for n "hen's nest." The only
wonder is that somebody has not uot a
patent on the hen. I'hi'wklphia I'all.
A Burlington boy sent for a fifty cent
watch, and received a "sun-dial. He
has named it 'Faith." because faith
without works is dead.
A Vermont man has lost a gooso
that was sai 1 to be 10) vears old. It
has nrobablv pone to i h the Michi
Mrs. Murphy: "O.h, it's awful, tlicr
iinvnnl whin's buried aloive! If I I'O
living whin I'm dead. P.it, don't be of
ther burying mo aloive!"
Tasto in dress holds supremacy even
in the far west. A M:h City eduors
wife wears red to match her husband's
"Killed at a Spelling B.-e," is the.
heading of a sensational itm going tlio
rounds, People will persist in wrest
lin" with words that are too hard for
"I know the man who pokes fua at
my visual infirmities,1' said the man in
spectacles. "He's a chap that :oe
about with an ear-trunmet and a 'What
d'ye say.' "
A New York man has a-ked for a di
vorce because a mustache is sprouting
on his wife's lip. As a rule, it makes
a man mad to have any mustache on
his wife's lip but his own.
The game in Wall street: "Simon
Bays up; Jiimon says down; .Simon says
wigslc-wagsle." His name isn't -Sim -n,
though, and he usually savs "Down."
"Civilization, on her luminous wings
soars in the direction of U -no, Vv.,"
says the Sacramento ZA.C. "Tne iiaw.s
in that vi.-inity have taken to using
Mrs. Crown "And so your hiibauJ
)ust his leg. Isn't it awful?" Wife
"l'ou may well say it. And it was oniy
last week that he bought a new pair of
boots a pair, Mrs. Brown."
A Boston letter-writ. -r says that the
publishers of the Youth's i'ompu.iwn
paid Tennyson $1,WJ for his "new
poem." Softening of the Lra.n all
around. Texas S.tinrs.
The word "obey" Ins ! e:-u stricken
from the marriage service hy Cauala
MethodUts. This is rig.it. The women
won't ob -v, an I there is no use encour
aging them to commit pi-rj-iry.
The Koran says, ' (i l is with tha
patient. " After lh! ilolor is called in,
however, it often happens that thv pa
tient is with his Co !. lio t,n Trun
tcript. A Piiii.i.Je'p'ii i IU..U st jppe I u-ing
gas and Ltmiit lamp instt-a I. Ti.e
very first niu'ht a lamp w as v.pv. t l v
the cat :md the lunis : b .rti-.t d-wn.
M jral Don't keep ca s.
Daughter Are all men Lruves, mam
ma? Mamma N my dear; Lutsom;
!:re. Daughter Which oiks are I li
brutes, mamma? M itniua Tiie mar
ried ones, my dear.
A Utah paper u-es the words nr.-I-low
drama" lour times in reviewing a
tiiea:ric:d performance given ia its
town. Ti.e critic evidently too,; a
mellow drum or two before he wrote
"Do birds think?" asks a writ T in
opening a current ariie'e. If they do
we wouid like to know what a canary
thinks of the fat woman who stands up
in a chair and "talks b iby" inrougn
the brass wires of its cage.
The wedding serv'.ea has been so ar
ranged that the bride responds to the
usual questions alter the groom has re
sponded. So we see even in the outset
'A married life woman is bound to have
the last word.
Many a man who would roll up his
eyes in terror at the idea of stealing a
threepcuny-p'ccc, will swoop down on
a silk umbrella, worth lot., and inarch
off with his lips moving peacefully, as
if in prayer.
"Yes," said Fenderson, "Miss Forto
plays beautifully. 1 don't know any
thing about music mvself, but 1 know
hhe's a splendid plaver, because all the
other players say her music is just hor-
The announcement is made that five
new and swiit steamships are to bo
R'tijeu to tne transatiant.c lines. jvcry-
tniug seems to be working for the good
of Am . Ticm bank cashiers, feelingly
observes the Louisville Courkr-Jourml.
The girl blushed like an 1881-81 sun
set as the old gentleman entered the
parlor and turned up the gas. But she
allowed it was onlv the result of cosmic
dust, while her fellow wore a comic air
A colored minister of Kentucky, in
defending clergymen against whom
sweeping charges had been made, said:
"Now, every man you see riding fat
in a buggy don't own it. So every
man in a pulpit is not a true preacher
called by Christ."
"James, my son, take this letter to
the postoflice and pay the postage for
it." The boy James returned highly
elated and said: "Father, I seed a lot
of men putting letters in a littlo place,
and when no one was looking I slipped
yours in for nothing."
Wilmott wrote: "Every year carries
' away something heloved and precious
Into a soft nmi visionary twilight."
J his is very true; every year about this
t.mc we look for our rubber boots, and
ind they are p.,iie-gvn to somo
tramp. -Lowdl fiiizen.
Recently, when a handsome youn
woman went to a shop tu get im Jf
those wooden contrivances that are
used for mashing potatoes, and said;
"I want a masher," every man in the
shop, from tho cashier to the manager,
eiarieu to wait on ner.
In Armenia children nrc sometimes
. betrothed while yet in the cradle. Tho
matrimonial engagement is not quito
so headlong in this country; but now
and then a young couple here are mar
riod who ought to be slid in their cra
dles -though very, few infants are
''still" in thoir cradles.
Two city girls drove nn old family
horse out to a farmer's one day lately,
and tins is tnu storv nicy to, a in ,no
old nag on their return: "Wo would
have had a real nice drive if sin haunt
stopped to eat grass, and then when
we tried to get him to go ahead oh,
how vicious it acted'.
A lover, young an I cut ausisti.1, who
sang and playe I for nearly two hours
before the house of his In k-lovo tiio
other evening, was electrified that S
shocked after a short pause by a cor
dial "J hank you. gracefully pro
nounced bv the "o her fo.low, who
anpeared at the drawing-room window
"1 met X on the aveiiu with his
bride. The; have int return .! from
their wedding t- ii-." "Where are they
t'oin" to liw? "I don t know. Ho
to'il me he had been house huntin-'
since yesterday morning, and intended
to take a flat." "A i, indued, lie has
decided to follow his wife's example.'
At a fashionable rec p ion in Wash
ington the hostess, noticing a suspi
cious-lcoking cliarad r among the
Fiiets, dir- c:ed h-.-r son's atP-miou to
him, saying: "I thought 1 had taken
care to invite no western congress
men." "He isn't h western congress
man, mother," explained the vouug
ln.an; "I saw him li:.ve his loots lil:u li
ed just before ice cam ; in."
A gentleman, who was closely wrap
ped in a fur coat, surmounted oy a cap
to match, too a seat in a r i.lroaif car
bv the side of a la I v. He mad- sever
al attempts to draw her into conversa
tion without avail. At las', he i xelaim-
"Ma. lam. why are you so ungra-
ei Kur Pj vo.i t.uKe m! :or a woit in
sh.-ep s e.o'.iitn;
No; quite tho re
verse," answered the ia iy. Tlx is Hif'.-
How Minors Pass the Winter.
Hundreds of miners are snow-bound
in the mountain of Colo ado. and must
remain so for several i. onths. It is
inteiesling to glance at '.he condition
of the majority of these isolated dwell
ers on the sides rn I near the summits
of the ranges which constitute the
back-i.ono of this contlu nt. Their
cabins are commodious," warm and
amfortable, and are genera 1 situated
it or near untie! workings, which af
ford them easy ::n I s fe i.ecess to the
sctn s of their -lav an 1 night shifts of
toil. These drifts are utilized as store
houses for provisions of all kinds, and
while S' in) are natural iee-Iiouses, oil
ers are temnerate enough for articles
hat wouid L-e injured by freezing. The
.v-encnecd, prudent miner locates his
ibiu in the limber, which tempers the
furious wind-storms and also protects
ini from the dangers of the tlreade-1
now-slides. Ii the si:u ttion is above-
imber line, he chooses a Hat spot.
ove which the mountains are not
high enough lo hold tnow-b::n;s to
break away and sweep down upon him.
or p.atits lus stout co..ri leneath a
flickering ridge of n.ll I lo.-k in place
or upon a "n-'g-'-ac:-:,". which in the
aarp d.vid.j be. ween two gu dies, and
upon wiueli L'Ot.i tne wotds r.n 1 tfie
contour of the grotin I prevent snow
from a 'cumulating. Or ning that he
as safety secure ! to him, w hat : re t'ae
rema.n.ug conditions of his months of
imprisonment.-1 1 tit
natural tasles and
dotueslie iu-'.inets of the individual are
the guage of his preparation for tlior-
-h enjovmeiit or mere toleration of
his voluntary exile, and hence the hab
its and en toms, the pleasures and
nmus: ments, an 1 ti.e mode's of living
are as vati ibie as among the same class
of ind vhl:iais wintering in towns and
But, as a rule, the menu is excellent,
thanks to the canning of fruits, vegc-
taUes, meats r nl al kinds of pre
serves and ivl -hos. Intellectual pabu- !
lum can be made as diversified as in
lower altitU'les, with the one exception
of uailv newspapers. J hose possess
ing music, tastes and accomplishments
provide generous' y for enlivening the
hours between labor :.nd rest. Tho
convivial soul takes good care that the
flowing bowl does not become exhaust
ed ere the snow melts from the trails,
or that the tobacco plug and pouch are
ample for himself and all chance visit
ors. Water is obtained by melting the
snows, and supplies of wood are pre
Tho miners, from their cozy cabins,
are the observers of the terrific battles
of the elements, and not infrequently
witness nature's mo-t awe-inspiring
throes, commonly termed snow-slides.
The snowfall amounts to from three to
ten feet in depth on t ie l;vel, and this
is banked by the winds into drifts hun
dreds of feet in height and covering
hundreds a id thousands of acres in ex
tent, according to the lay of the land,
and when they become top-heavy, or
the lower supports give way by melt
ing or settling, the whole mass plunges
down tho steep mountain sides, up
rooting, overturning and crumbling all
obstacles in its pathway, until its force
is spent in the valley below or ngainst
the opposite mountain side. It is im
possible to conceive tho enormity of
the destructive power of a huge snow
slide until one follows in its wako
down a mountain whero it has cut a
hu ge swath through a heavy forest,
hurled from their base gigantic holders,
scooped out tho channel of a frozen
river, and deposited the entire debris in
solid mass far up upon the opposite
l ank of tho .canon. Miners have be
come expert in detecting the location
and direction of impending slides, and
arc thus enabled to avoid them. They,
however, become recklc-s or careless
in estimating the time- of their occur
rence, and, by passing over the lield
they expect lo see move later on, nro
engulfed in its sudden breaking a way,
and are hurried to a death they might
have escaped by tho exercise of moro
patience. The web nnd Norwegian
slioeo enable the practiced operator to
climb the mountains and swiftly de
scend them to the settlements, for mail
or any necessaries of life which have
not been previously supplied. Tho
writer has often been surprised most
agreeably at tho preparations for com
fortable aud even luxurious livin-r l.v
raen thus snow-bound in tho moun
tains in dillerent parts of tho State,
and in only n fuw instances has notic
ed'1'0' sear.-ity or lack of variety in
hoesscn ialsof either comfort or ra
tional enjoynientuifcr Jiqmblieaiu
" m m i.
' o Democrat, 0f Lcadviilo, Col.,
nnn s the nvnvs of 109 persons who
h-ie died by vtoh nee in and near that
city binoe its exis-.-u 0 n, a ,uiDiD2
0A1KO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MOKiMNG, MARCH 4, 1884.
The chief tngineer of the new transfer
boat is Mr. lien McGue.
Ice, wood and kindliug, at City Brew
cry, Jacob Klee. tf
An i-xuu-sinu of Piluc ih ins is pnui
ised ui to narrow or next day.
Senntor Din Hognn and Alderman
McCracken, of Moua 1 City, were ia town
Foil Sale A 'wniuut ovuldront sltow
case $7, at Tiia Clli.etis office.
Mr. W. F. Liimbdiu returned yestcr
dav. The river column is ai;hiu a feature
of The Bulletin's "internals."
The ice prevented . Capt. Cole from
bringing tint other lot of rock djvvu the
Mississippi yesterdiy, for Col. Taylor.
The Comique presents an unusuiily
attractive company this week. Q and see
the th w. It
Henry Hunt, bMhtr of the well
known Tobe Hunt, ami pilot m the steamer
Hays, was put off here yesterday and taken
to the Marine hofpital, to be treated for
We are still ready to sell our entire
stock of clothing. 0 d lsdne & Itosenw iter
The steamer W. W. O'Ne'l came down
tiie Ohio yesterday shortly after uo.m, hiv
ing in tow twenty-seven barges of cJi!, be
ing about seven hundred and fifty thousand
During last week tho transi.-nt ar
rivals at Tho Ilalliday wire as follows:
Sunday, 39; Monday, S3; Tuesday, 23;
Wednesday, S3; Thursday, 40; Friday, 29;
Saturday, 40; total, 234.
Heath nnd Latto, in military tacties;
and Frank Venttta and Hattie Adams in
plantation characterizations are leading
features of the Comique performance this
Capt, Ce!e came down from Chester
yesterday. He reported the river full of
ice there from bank to bank, and ono of
his boats, the Success, bound for Ciiro, had
to lay up at Cape Girardeau.
Messrs. M. Hus'er & Sin, on Court
Street Paducah, advertises in the News that
they "will pty the highest price for all
dead cattle, hogs, etc., drowned in the fl'Xd
or killed otherwise."
Th3 bois of the Y. M. C. A. hid an
interesting time at the rooms list night,
producing the exercises emboiiel in the
programme published Sundsy. A fair
audience of young folks ind older ones too
Auction eale of household goods :
curs at 8 a. m. to-day, at home of Ute Mrs.
Hunter, on 12th near Commercial, by El
mer . Hunter. It
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sintken arrived
in this city from New Madrid, Mo , yester
day aud will make their home here. They
were married but a few days ego at New
Madrid. Mr. Smethen is onnected with
the Texis and St. Louis road.
Dr. Van Meter, of Maiden, Mo., lias
been appointed by the Secretary of Wur to
a pobitiun ou tiie medical tUffofthe Mis
sissippi H ver Ciinmission, and has been
ordered t ) report lor duty at the U. S. Cus
tom Iluuse here on the 17th inst.
Misses Millie Roze, Hattie Adams,
Maggie Mauri and Nellin CI iff ml all at
tractive and talented specialty artist", are
on the Comique stage this week, and need
but be seen to be admired by everybody.
dpt. MtKinney, of tho ne transfer
W. II. Osborn, was for nine years captain
f)f the railroad transfer boats between I
Columbus and Ciiro, making during that
period 12,040 trips, or about 240,000 miles,
and, strange to say, was ntv-.-r sick a d iy
and never had an accident.
"You can't drawn those web-footed
, anyhow," remarked an angry
Paducahan in speaking of Ciiroitesjto
which ono of the "web-footed" replied with
exasperating coolncis, "those fellows had
better come down here and get some of
Jim Robinson, of DuBuis & Rdmgon,
druggis's of Pduca!i, was in the city yes
terday. II was formerly a citizen of Cairo
(with Geo E. O'H ira, druggist), and knows
hew to fight wer. He bulkheaded his
store and, while all tha others wenj flooded
their's ws dry. His sales of cigars alone
dining the "wet spell" was C teen hundred
Some excitement was created in the
Episcopal church, during the seivice Sun
day morning, by the burning of one of the
numerous ornameuts on the altar, which
caught from a candle near by. The fire
whs put out by prompt nctmn ol Messrs.
Candee and Mcnager and tho service went
on to the end as though nothing had oc
curred to mar it.
-Three white women, with children came
over from Missouri and Kentucky Saturday,
and applied to Dr. Wood for aid. Their
houses had been turned over and pirtially
carried away by the flood an 1 all tho per
sonal property they had saved was on
their persons. As ho had been requested
to do, the Dr. referred them to the Ladies'
Charitable Society, who gave them needed
On Friday tho 29th of February Mrs.
Charles Lame celebrated her seTenty-Bocond
year, but prnporly Bpoaking bus had but
eighteen birthdays, as bIio was born on the
29th of February, consequently, having a
birthday only every four years. Mrs.
L,ame nag u.en an inv a a or over a year
and a c instant sufferer. Her daughter,
Mrs. Ford, contemplated haviug a tea paity
of aged lady friend, but owing to her
m'iiiL-i i luureaau'i leenieiicss ami weak
condition the last fw day?, thought it advis
able to have as little excitomeiit as pssi
ble. But tho fuuily undo it l very pleas
ant event by each bestowing a token of love
and remembrance winch c .used tho iuvulid
to rej lice uhiiost as a chili,
Tin' street c unnuttee in a body t"ok
horse back ri lenut l thu Mi-sissippi levee
yesterlay afternoon, t luku a look at the
bank aad deci !e up u future work to be
done to in ike the euiijuikoietit absolutely
uivuiueraoiu oy w aves. I lie committee
also Intended to h ive their pictures taken
but one of tlu-m persisted in tlu ridiculous
notion of sUnling on h's heal and the
scheme was abunloned.
-Messrs. Laos 'eu and Leek returned
Saturday evening fr un In Ii in p !is, where
they iivi pr isecu e I a c no I r damage to
the auio 1 it of ten th us n I dollars ugainsl
a nilr id com;. any. Ti.e poiiutUr in thtf
caso wis a sister-in-law lo .Aldcrmoi
Uinkle, of this city, w ho sued the company
for the 1. -as of her husband who was kill
ed on the eoinpinj's road. The case was
o .ie of unu-u il impo.tance and wis tken
under advisement by the court.
All the Associated Press and telegraph
monopoly pipers ire endorsing Henri Wat
tenon's explaniti hi of th-- c ipyriyht law
that tho combination is a?kiug Congress to
pass for i s beuefir. "H'h on the gods
wish to des'r y t'.icy tiM make mad," and
thes- fellows who are seeking for a law to
prevent other pipers from printing the
same njws thay publish until twenty-four
hours old will find they are only arousing
public betitiinent that will Vre long
sweep their monopolies out of existence.
Careful observation during hstmnth
Ins prove 1 that the supply of weather pre
dictions left by the la'e Prof. Tice were, in
the main, correct. It trmspires also that
his pre llction for th first days of March
werj lite-rally fulfilled, henca the publica
tion of his pre lictions 'or the entire month
elsewhere in this issu-f nerds not excite the
jealousy of the Argus' wt-itlur prophet,
E.i Perkins, tiie Pi lucah News man,
and others, who may coutinui to id
joy their envubln (?) r.puta'iom in perfect
By iiiviution of Su,.e.int ;'i 1 nt Jef
freys of the I loiois C'er.'r d Mid, a pirty
of citiz.-ns nude an excursion to Columbus
ou the new trander steaai-T W. II. Osb m,
un lay atternoo . AOout n.'ty people
w ere on board. The bo it left here shortly
after 2 o'clock and returnel before C
o'cl ck, making the rou-.d trip in three and
a half hours. The party hid firm view
of the river and a bird's-ee view of two
flooded towas, Coluni'm and Belmont.
The trip wis a sort of trial trip and gave
entire satisfaction, Th: b at. is all ready
far business, and transfer.' 1 her first train
of freight Cirs yesterday evening.
President MeK-r.zie, of the singer
Company, arrived in the city yesterday,
lie had been expecte 1 for some time, to de
termine upon m iking some exte-mira a Idi
tions to the Cunpiny's alteaiy extensive
works here, during the coming spring.
This is Mr. Mclvcnz'e's sec md visit here;
and be comes at an opportune time: just
after a great fliol tint devisted cities
above and below ui, leiviog Ciiro almost
intict. Bnt Mr. McKenzio wi 1 probably
not bo dissppointed ia this; he h is from tiie
first bad tin: greatest cnli lenci in Cairo's
security. Mr. L. Pine, the C m.pany's man
ager, is also in the city, and the pe pie of
Cairo will watch with muoh int-rest for the
results of the visit and cons .illations.
The I'.i lueah Jou -n il gi ves Cairo the
following neat and well-deserved compli
ment: ''Right nob y and successfully did
our gallant sister city of Cairo battle with
the water an! wmth.T the gde, coming
off victorious and unscathed. Those
thrilty an I pr ivid mt people deserve ail the
success their energy an I public spirit have
won. May they ever thus fare." Tho
Journal doubtless voices the honest senti
ments of tho better class of'pioploin Pa
ducah, and it may rest assured that the
sentiment cxpresse 1 in the foregoing is
thoroughly appreciated by tho people of
Cairo, an 1 recipr icrited by them.
Tice's predictions for March: 1st to
4th, cloudy an 1 generally storms: 5th to
6th, clear or fair;7ih to 10 h, commencing
to cloud up, with heavy storms about 8th;
lOdi to 11th, clear or fair; 13th to 16th,
threatening weather, with in ivy storms
about 15;h; 17th and 18th, clear or fair;
lflth to 2tst, en ling in cloudy weather and
heavy Btorun; 221 to 23 1, fair ; 24th to2!!h,
falling weather; 20th to 27. h, fair; 23th to
81st, generally cloudy and heavy storms
about 28th. Tho warmer npells will be
about 21,7th, 14th, 21st and 28 h. The
cooler spells will be about 8 11,10th, 16th,
231 and 29th. Tho earthqmko days will
be about 31, 8th, 11th, 14th, 21st and 27th.
In conversation with tho Globe-Democrat
Bpecial correspondent hero Sunday,
Superintendent Jeffrey, of tho Illinois Cen
tral, said "I have ordered immediate work
upon the embankment but worn East Cairo
and Wiekliffe with a viow of raising It
eighteen inches to two feet higher than it is
now, and a thorough riprapping with stone
will place it iu such shape as will causo us
no further annoyance. Further thin this
you may say that wo-k will be prosecuted
upon on Ohio levee at Cairo from no on.
It will be raised still more and thoroughly
strengthened. In (act ns long as I nm
9 . I. 1. m
WM. M. DAYIDS0N,
Tin, Copper and Jcato Ironware.
Roofing, Guttering and all kinds of work in Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Jfos. 27, 31 & 333 cA.iio,iii.
TKI.BPHONE XO. SO.
Paints; - Oils, - Varnishes,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A Sl'ECl LTY OF
Mouldings, Picture Frames,
ICngraviiijrs aud Wall
connected with the Illinois Ccnlral the
Cairo c-'uuection s!i ill alwuys ncivu my
p.'rsojal attention. W'u h tve kept our rja 1
open the entire sct.on, aud h ive leen amply
repaid in the moremed U!lic which Ii s
8)Ui,'ht us lor an outlet Smth. I he inter
est of the Illinois Central unl City of Cairo
are id:ntical, au.l the corJial relations
which have Lien established will render
the prosecution of tdl levee woik to the
very best possible a'dvautsj,'i"
The reports about the distribu urn of
radons by order Dr. Wood Saturday were
n )t entirely correct. Uy authority of the
county board the Dr. had issued county
orders for provisions to a fw colored fami
lies whom he knew to he in want; the re
p rt spreid like wild lire anion.? the iui'
provident inhabitants of "die bmack,"
who, evi leittly deeming tlumselvts special
proteges of the Government, take the hint
thrown out in the ptrable about "the lily
of the valley" and '"the bir la of the air' in
"the book of bo iks," and are always on the
alert for "nshum-;" and before the Dr.
was aware of it hisollice down town wm
surroundid by "acres" of m-g roes little aud
big, woT.cn aad mi, nenrly all of them
endowed with n'urc'a greatist ble.-inr,
perfect hetltli, but all clamoriug for
"orders." The Dr. saw himself compelled
to "shut down on" the business and send
the burgirs hone. We take pleasure in
stating thiou f tcts i sort of melancholy
pleasure, tuch as a newspaper man always
experiences when nipping in th bud ' an
item" that promised to blossom into a bocm
Ict. Mrs. Manning, wh keeps the Orccn
Tree llousa on Cousmerchl avonue, below
Sixth street, was rep .rtcd to be at the
point of death ycs'.erdsy afternoon, as the
result of a brutal atttck up&n her some
diys before by her loving husband. For
some reason which he thought sufficient
cause for the beastly act, lis bent her w ith
his flits and kicked her down a flight of
stiirs. She maniged to reach a neighbor's,
where she took refuge until lur son came
bom'!, who swore out a warrint for the
ra inly spouse. Being brought before Mag
istrate Comings, Mr. Manning was not
ready for trial, and the esse w.is continued
till Saturday, whyn, for some reason aain,
the prosecuting witness did not appear, and
City Attorney Hendricks was compelled to
dismiss the case. Mrs. Marjimg is known
as a hard-working woman, through whose
industry alone the brick house occupied by
them Ii a I been built and the business kept
up. Mr. Manning is not exactly oue of
those saccharine tempered, masculine
cherubims that young girls are mistakenly
supposed to bo always dreaming about. He
has, upon several ocenson", been
called to account in the courts for acts un
becoming an ungel of light, and has been
"let down" comparatively easy ; but this
last exhibition of viciousncss tuny cost him
more th in a few dollars of his wife's hard
earned money, and probably few will deny
that it ought to.
Cheese and Batter.
aUAlUNTEKD I'UUE STOCK.
Choice Dairy Butter.
Choice Cre'iniery Butter.
Choice Factory . Cheese.
0 mice Cream Cheese.
O. M. Alden,
2201m No. 21 8th St.
New York Store Company,
C. W. IlcnderBoii,
W. B. Pettis,
E. B. Pettit,
W. L. Bristol,
O. F. Ort & Co.,
Stratton & Bird,
for Chess Cirley Company's famous
"Eire Proof Oil."
Les;al Blanks Kept For Sale
at The Bulletin office.
Hpecial Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Morti",
Executions, Summons Venire,
Oarnishce Blink?, &j.
CLARK & LOYETT,
Telephone No 103
Ncmoc in tnu column OiriM! lines or lu cuxia
oue Hn.trilun nr . p. r week.
V A VT V I ) A r"11'1' "'in tu every c:Dly,
ta numil.icojrc, and tmu'.ur
agi-Dta tonel t uc'fui h lunuliuid article X (i per
cm. proa. Oiily JiS.Hlr.q'ilnd for rintlilw and
i unit . Hctil 5- ci lit lur immiilu aud lull piriicu-
A S. CLEMENTS.
Y I Fll-l'liP or yuung men to take
l-'nice, plvaiani work at tholrown
home; S! to ; a day raiiv ramie; work i.t br
inail; i:oc.nvln.'. Add re m K. liKid ft Co..
box 157. lijljiiijue.Iiwa. iM lm
Clarkson & Uowers,
No. .'JO -th St , Cairo, 111.
t?Oood Slock and l'rlc?i IIi-uodiMo
P.. 4 ;.! m
i an ILK
M;xle to Crder.
8;h St., bet. Olio I.cveu A Commercial A.
CA1HO. . - ILIj
Repairing neatly done at short notice.
XEW VOHK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
I'he Largest Variety Slock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
NEW YOKK STOKK CO,
C'ir.Mr!o'tcen!hetrBt 1 nn III
r'omtnorisal ATunne villi ilia
13 G & 138 Com'l Ave.
have receive 1 a full and complete line
ot new I' .ill and Winter
Cloaks, Pol mails', Notions, Etc.
A heavy Mock of Body Bru8eeli, Taper
tries and Ingrain
A full Block of Oil Clolbf, all elzos and prices .
Clcihing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A m l and tompMn stock Is now being
closed oat at great bargains.
CJooJ nt Bottom Prioesl
Manufacturer and Dealer In
6th Street, between Com'l Ave. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITIOS.
Safes liasfiirud. All Kinds ol Keys Mado.
fTLOIIK, GRAIN AND HA1
diciest Cash Price PiW tor WLtat.