Newspaper Page Text
q f ft Ij , i 'j
U S MilW W)rfi At 0U
r.r city Atr
.. ... I f a ............. t..h. W. lAftl.
. Br Bullion"'.
n a a .anuiiiM ir rtt-iu v r "-n i. tr..
....... - M
i; Aitoratl u im UJBwa?r- r
. . , i
- - t rr ' '- -
1 - - -
m are hiuviipw - . " j.
.m. . - rtl Ml.
I U th. decision of the ttaBaacrali. party.
IUUU . .
or.ni. t... ....
iae'ttlflctsti. ... . L
. k MUM a HM HaB
lor in. oac "i viij
MICHAEL. J. JWlklii
mui wmwM. '
. .. . . . ... . M 1 na.-. f
THOMAS M . kTf .TT "
III - . ' . .
... .. a.
v f nil aaaASOaOst. BW wbbbbbwi'
. of Cty TrM..m at the aettlo mmmfm
r-r - -"1 1 i it t-
Z7r 1 wt aaaa wmw ' u
IUmi tea 4Ha. ref see
.... -rt.i wi alias mm aa Btealct
I .ItcUoa. t.
W. v eolbo-k;
tt W. ,
Cairo, Hi., Jeneery M.MT1.
MUm kmkr , tai U"" wm eata-
TUBefUT in Wheat WW
A, B. im.
i. ni ward. kI iai
- i ft a'4amm1 aa-taa.tf MM MM W W' W
tj, A. I). ttJI. J". Awuwn, wT
f HIM01 .
Ik inMiiryniiin -Itiaii-aa TWr-f'
MMMij'mM aimav aasMaaaa uaia.iaiTia
fOV ..1Hf r lit r - '
utM WaaMagUa Afoaao aa4 tMaaat atroat
. - r , ...
OMaa. 1U 'CAwMai A
iuiiiMCf , k. it, jrma wain, vwi. w,
JUm, , " . . .. .
fire Wogdt, Stow Coal
... of lha ell. la BMljMW-aatlli
aaaertlU'siiiw i-' Jvli'iml
Ur.. taeaamaaeve the eetaar f
T'U . . wa
. aaVMPKMK-o!y,jC, giaojoaaa a-,
rron W. M Mfiaai J
F I. WKKMIAV, JLlk.
moaunri ai eMfki-aaalik it'
IT TIE. I
"tas ( I Uaki'aflRMU
nvi if in oii.
0 ABd m Prof. Sudi, lh Kuro
fM tnvlr mA grMtt mH5lcln i th
LiMimilr of MrakWna ood of alt
ibA iiwAyo Jwr, ao
Bemkms"----00 MoadAy rrenlng
k'KMt., l HlWnlAa Ire cotapnoy
giro tklr too-tk tnaaol bU.
.I'M, oiitoU oM wrtridgti aad bowU
telroA, J. dUrt to I.', Nq. 7 Ohio
Ova MM ta'uaaU fjf will U
(Im 7 Mck lf S'
glfUbow fair alghU thU wmW.
OATfl-OwrlM Arlor bat an eten
Amob of ooUto kotp tbo raU oat of hii
pucmf otoryd taoy fora(rf thort
of aclghVorlag tHaMUamtnU.
Look out ftr Frof. Band.' lilvtr nir
aalbltioa, four loceanlTt alghu tbu
tWk, coamaclnf with WcdaMday, Feb.
ir ovu want a food,. itylUh and w.lt
Iktlagtoltor clbtbot, Ad to ord.r, you
ml go U F. 2io. Uttio lve.
Bwrrm rrrf" v' Xoruan'a Cha
lyWW fb Syrua-uad ark of
kbiMgfaraMti go H Iwaitn, aolt agoat,
orawr Wg4tk airool aad CotamercSalaT
Jlau Ua T Tb. btur claw of cMmd
aiwagiUUd. W want a (rood city got-
t a good Mayor and good iun-
jlaiL" tb.y aay ; but what do tbay do to
gHtgaiAfcof goad Mayor or a good Coin-
oil 7 At war ua laai quonioo.
Am oiMa.IT (mala igbt occurrad
vaarday tbo uppor part of tba city.
Jfot lM tbaa ton Africa ladlat wera
la tbo cooUi!. Tbrac of tbo
oaso oat of tb aocount.r wl tb
tadlybralood boada and aoratchfd faro.
(lor. PaLAtaa mm toadarcd to Gb
Wa. B. Aadonoa taa'poai mm u t
aaaamt !. Jaaaos V. Jtobiajoa
oataaaoaN of alaM kowo caatlaiaMwaaw.
laakWd to aacaot tkv
la."aa,Maoa 04 U W ld
7oa atlaW' aaa ! 1 1 from diaor
. a.h IAa mA .Im 1 im hmmI
aa aak dar Uaa (aawwaararal yaan, 1
kaWa lMMaaiBanaiffly a aaaad mm.
Uh A.P. WOOLKY,
lToktii.Vw " ' - Ki-.i., C
nrnfrka laaj.llag f
atty aakofmtko idlnw. Wbydoa't
tkay ajaay tkwM Wokat VkaHtM M
lowatinyaWi Hayar WUaaa at i to k
akat kti Brmft aka1 aaakaCaJra aft Wiim
ataaa diat M ranala aaa
d otko oartoaao garaatbUVaa T
Itkiatraage wfcat a laagtli ofilne It
tawwaraai Booteaii Haoaawa
aAadadraeud' laaairUl, and Wm. XbUn
uaa aotUag but tka baat of arerytblng
atock, waofcaaan aad All at kU akop on
TfaklUak Xwa oaaoaita tko court botue.
fttuti Tari-TiaM teiaa all tblagt,
raiaow) akoaa wklek aro aaaloat, aad bold
faatu tkalakicbi ood. Htaro wmb-
outnueaW bav baaa inrattad and pat-
oajtaVbai-faY fta gkott. Tba
fjaartat uaft aaa awoa. iaa wi ior kjt.u-
j-.arj aad kt rtcadlly tueraariag In
Wky wilt our frlandi run.tbe rUk of b
cumlag Uimd by waaiiog common Spect-
clav waaaikoy an procure tbc moat per
fect article tkat bai yet baon made, by
oalllag at oar old frUad Tabor Brc' tka
wall kaowa lawaltri aad got a pair oi
Xfturaa MorrU' Parfaetod Kpecticlc.
iAnotmm CMtrmcB. JT aaderUnd
from a Boatl-man la tkia city, wko U
tkorwtgUy ldaaUlai wltk tb Baptlit
Cbarak, thai it will nt aa loag aaioro a
iaaf ailL-oat ckarck odtoa wtllko oractod
Uitkaaltf. TkooaaJorHy.kaaayA.of tbo
btw-car Into Cairo ara Baptlita, and
laaMupaw orgaaUlnga church. Hik-com
r IrAamFertxvu ia arrears for State
(Ud cavity taxes will save cots by liquid
aatag tka tare immediately. It U nccct-.
aan, la order to give the school fund
1 fund its
aaaaMklkat all nrwnal taxes
. . - a . t . a. . i
aweastkeatWeatb. Those interested
Ml take du. aolloa and govern themselves
ts Cliera, will
an ban a, llreet
aitMArotf tke very
rlfc dp area oil, ier
M Ake'astd liakt
tkr ofi-ktM:ol 'atoleiitront' my
aa WtdneJIef aenUk' latt, be-
IJH "Hi PieW 11 "I'
-TTI1 hMtiMi.tlt -M
beat I lall, lllalMf
Vka fel.O.aahlira aad Oambler
Tal.vra. tka Maaaaar. Oaad Bail.,
' Mi eakhl.ra Otk.r Iao. r.l
Uwa fcaalBlag for Ak Municipal
Th.ro i la Cairo an organization thl
ibould be called A' CUpptrt. Its con
tltutnt lomonls aro th man who Uva
without labor and dcslro a .Mayor , who
Will not l$ttri.rirwltb'tbo ialllngHb
will not diuurl) thoir little game oftbrec
card tnoittt, or tbimbl, dlc and strap
tricks who will shut bts nyet to theft
and raacAllty, aBd,'itrany of them get
upon tb chain .gangi will see that tbo
Poljco Magistral, discharge tktm(witk
out caVnieat'of the finabefdro ibay bare
worked for tb city a third of tbo time for
which tbay wro committed. These fol
lowsthe Clippers aro "gay boys" and
bare a coaite7 efgaaikatroaAndsloud
tongues. Thay meet dally and nightly,
and are very much intoreited just now in
city affairs. True, they pay no taxes, con
tribute nothing to the welfare of the city,
but they are the politicians of Cairo. At
this time they are making up their ticket
for Tuesday week, and tho great queattoa
with them Us "Who shall "we liaYo'for
Vr"V' ThU r thai mm war's J-,IUW
too much of a Taylor man, or too d d
moral, Is not of our boys. UVT must bar
our man, " and ho U Old Jim, or
Old Peter, or Old Zsc. "He!,
the boy, you know. II ain't tn.ral, tx
Cflpt whn bo's sick, and don't car If wa
do beat a fellow with tho little lady, or
well h' our man. Old Zac against tho
leld; a hundred dollars to one he's Ui
next Mayor. Here's the money says he Is J
and here's tb bunch of bona to bat Any
one over the snoot that says be ain't. Come
up and drink. Take a inort.r of Zscbarlah
This ii tbe electioneering languago of
the Clippers, to which organization soin
elide! who ought to be decent men be
loni; ; and Its effect Is great. The better
els of citizens retreat before it, and,
grumbling, allow affairs to drift along in a
direction dastructlrt of t lie Interasti of tb :
city. , ) t
Xow, Is i not blgb ttma tho 'Clipper1
should be met in ballot array at the polls?
Have our cituens- the honest, decent,
taa.paying peoplo of Cairo, no stsk In
Ucity? And, If tbay.lutTe; why don't
ikey har the boldness to proclaim tbo
fact and glvo to It good government a
Uva, arget(c goverarnvnt Uiat can Ap
areckto tho necessities of the city and in
aqgwrat policies ia which another portion
of tka citlxetii than tbo Clip,
pers will be intcrvated! We
oaaaot sympatkls with the lazy, well
Intaati et Ma who do nothing but
grumble. Tkay daasrve nothing' but
abas; akd,.sofaraathijy Are.concernkd.lt
wen Id Vo rigkt aad proper to put In a full
Ctipperlaa tlckit at tb ensuing election
Old Ilarry, MAyor ; Turner, City Clerk ;
UrAAskopper Saw, TreiUUrorT 'BTrppvry
Jack, CUy Marshal ; with a council to
i, aast'tk nigger Shores at President
of tke Beard of Aldermen. Then the
city would four Lb like a girdled tree;
manufactories would rprlng up in other
place; tke public schools would go where
th woodbine twlaeth; the morality of tho
community would be at as great a discount
a city scrip, and that would be worth
nothing; flourUhlng bawdy bouses and
dead-beat bolt like the Clipper would
tpring up on every street; questions
In the council would be decided by
"old sledge," or in accordance with tho
rulos of tb prixe ring; Instructions" to'
nnllaunai-weuld hn to '!. the nrhion.r'.
pile;" gambling saloons would bo allowed, answer inn manysiusK wikiuw
to "run" without license, and the revenues (robbers that thoy,.f nnot.lmve n den In
of the city would be dorlvod by heavy li- the city and flauit jhelr vocation shame
caiuesupon the churches and every reput-' leisly In tho facodoy.
able butlnss. At Claude said to Pauline, vnWiriM-I V
"Dost like the picture?" Well, Ilka It or i I. TAkBJJOTICI.X-1. t..
not, itlsjuit what the Ur.y, welMnten- j Whin ''jtfijJL fr
tlone.1 citizens, who will not tako part in uaxhx"
nomlnatlnt; caucus or vote would hare , malmrfarraee.neuts fortheorfn-
II nil gou ciiinui nc a viircicii o
they. They would fall undur thu sway of
tho Clipper party, ami Uo reimkea lor no-,
Matinkl'. Mslonn Knt.rrd-A Hun.
ai Kinv ituiiir. nil-IB
Thn work iroes on. Tho thieve con
tinuo toply thoir calling, and the police
cannot put their "flappers" on the rancalt.
YctUrdsy morning they entored Al.
Susankl's saloon und relieved tlmt gentlo
man of two tubs and oho caddy cf tobac
co valued at about
The thieve? were of tho puculUr kind, I
and evidently desired to obtain nothing '
( tho front xvnaow.s wltb a diamond, and
i DUl WUlCVUs v tsw tta' w ww w.
but tobaeco. They cut tho glass of one or ,
Put through tho window a juvcnlletblcl to
put through tho window a'Juvcnletblcl to
i lmboU tbtl doo(.( Cilje(j ff, tliolt- vocabulary
a 'arger.H After they were n they acieo.
with a nut dial of sulf-danlal. One of
them took a glam, put sugar Into It with his
Angers, took a) drink from the bottle
containing Al's . choice whisky,
and pasted by $12 lu money
and 50 la city scrip, which
were right undor hit nose: But they went
for hi tobacco and got it all, a fact which
Sutankl does noi like to contemplate. He
! It aaxloua to make tho acquaintance ot tho
JrAtcali, and therefore offers a reward of
$50 for the thieves and tobacco, or f ii
A Ooon CoMMiMuxMKiiT.r-LanK and t
Turner( both "iobby oovos" fellowt that
In the niicbt walk the street near a rlvor
Ihave folded .their tentt like tbo Arabs and
silently' Vtscd aw. Sheuban and
AraalteU tbem they must, joav v anu
itnor wwat. rlat, will tbay stay away I
Won't tbay be back again as toon as1 the
preoaataatle anil-tkiat kraez .has-' keen
Tliesrat Vocallstl CalW-AtUk.
Aiktaawn Maiy an' ar
Miaatia.at-What ik praaataya.
Wo aro very glad to announce to our
rcadors that Mrs. Imogen o Brown and
hor excellent company are to glvo us two
nights of concert on Monday and Tuesday
evenings;. February 20th and 2 Int. Some of
our citizens havohrard Mrs. Drown and are
loud in ber praise, bellaving her to be as
fine n concert singer as any in the country. .
Wo are suro shejwll) meet a noarty-weU;
come. Though noi so large, our oily Is, not:
without Us high appreciation of what' Is
Tcally excollont, Andtkecomlflgofaiicb an
artist as Mrs. Itrown will do much to
al.v'ato tha Auilc.l standard, ai'wallfa
nnnliln lit toSjMriimirfl hth'.n that JmV fe!1
excellence.'. The SprlngfledBcglsJtersays
of hor concert in that city:
"Tbu concert of Mrs. Imogen Brown,
on Saturday" night, wa attendjd. by an
audience comprised of tbo most dlscrlmln
atlng musician pf our city, and it Is their
unanimous verdict tkat ao more brilliant
artist has over visited us. Tbo music-loving
peoplo of our city are enjoying a tlcb
treat In ithaoaiertoglTn them by Mrs.
Brown and ber "excellent compAny. Com
ing to iialaacat a straflaer, ,wiiB0ut,jsro-
r i rfi"r .rnniion m umm "v
' . .if -. . 1 . . . 1. . I... t. u
ceeueil oinor greii 'RTi "' "j
her marvdous voice, her artistic,, tafcnt,
her fascinating annrs taij-ly lung ,or
self latoth haaU4faU kajrra...W
have never bad such ball Ad tinging, At
Mrs. Urown givos us. J Tka attdtoca. lt
completaly. under h4rtoilaTi ia, ,wlll
proTOko kughtotUkai 'aoAMkM tka
whok house, and at easily bring in use
tho handkerchief to wipe the tears which
cannot be kept bAck. .
Providence bo bestowed not only th gift
of.aiagnlicent v6lcebut. ibe' k at beau
tiful as shU gifted; Wa oie, proud t
place hor 1 th bigbpotitiea ao-aarlu--In
the front ranks -with other queens of
aong. JCr.'X. A. Brown, the happy pot
setjor of e marnlnott baritone voice; full,
ri ch and 'clear, wltkout a .bTcak In Itf v hole,
compass, powerful and sweet-toned, ha,
won forblmaalf tbo Juetly merited repute
A. B. lfurloni:, Unor, has a firm voice of
peculiarly twee ouAlitr of 'toa, L largtf
ranirf. and cava ur tome hljrh notet'Wbieh
brought down thejioute. .Mr. . Sedo
hoaki!hs(Ukon.the klgb place M an
arllst'tEat Iruly belorigt toklin." ,
- - ticiJiti! o wae. Baowir .
can tie ien ai ItocksreTl Cot, R.' B.
Cunnlngbaaj'ti and at the pott-offlc.
' ' . i
! THE CUPRB.
A X.rirtesta .Iteaa-WtO' iittrllef
a wM. aws Tklv.aBltkti Ossgl
r BckiBillaa Baaeal.
The VCIJpije ''t val aaloon . Joeated, on
CommerciaV avehne'.aot'fai' froa 'tke pott.
ofice-and hat beeawie oa of the delectable
Institutjcaiiiit ike citra "laattta'tian
domandlM.fWfdaAta tisaf rssloa.t U.
Here the Ilgkt nngered gentry mott do
cangr.gttey bawdt daace aad drink, all
kind of the depraved hold'higb"carnlval,
and'tbo!l)evil of ImitoTailty relgnt moi-
arcnpi an ne iuriji.
To ta)t low nolo tho gamnitr.tuicvet
Induce tbiir victims to go, aad
tnereT naece them, dosing ttaem with
drugs, pfaylng upon their confidence with
tricks, deceving thorn by protended de
scents of lha police; and, In many, other
"waVI tliat'u're-'dart,1' gettlng'Into pocket
books and going for all the money that
Is to be procured.
This hole ought to be abated and the
city oart knosr- this factri Wkfitbtn
t thVMaVorJdo'-JiJmetblnfr toffee the
city of It prestttee? Why don't tho
CjudcII aSove In tai matter? Must
decency ibe anded "by its continued
eristence, iind-tbe goolnaiiio of the city
brought Into rcproack.lry its lawleunesi ?
These aro queitIonJwhich the people of
Cairo ought to anWcr Immediately, ana
itig "fktJurprin trailjjll Jittohds lUHtig
lilt connnwlloin iTw.qrpom,witu. a lnrgo
, . cf auUOpruprTIllg,ldIot,
I dress goods,, inuslms tttbh-li . c.irnec
' Ing, matting and al) article. n-,r',j
i In similar esiamitntnrniH.
I Ills carpet", two ply, three ply
" j Bruels, are of new and elegant petterns,
. ' nnil cbeuper than have been brought to
thU mnrkot. Mr. Htnny intends adding
to his nock Irrthls-parteu1ir,-at an early
day, Sn(i"willlhow such a varlely'ln styles'
Hittl prices thut all purchasers can bo suited.
In other articles of dry goods Mr. llanny's
slock will bo low In price, various n kind
mul of the brtt quality.
CliMing OHt Nate.
1.. l..wn...l ln11a.s-d tsri-.vrh Af
, J wrilltllV niuusniiu (tutiati '
'radv.mde clothing, caps, boots,
' trunks and valesos are offered for
' trunks and vi
. tuhl j,y j., jj cff Tji(
Ohio Lovee, at AC
TUAL COST PRICKS, It being his In
tuntiot to oloso out. in tlmt, line and em
bark excljislvoly and moro extensively In
the furnishing goods and merchant tailor
This cluMng'put nulS furnlskcs an oppor
tunity to sucufe clothing cneapor than
ever buforu oiTercd In this market.
Takk Notick. For sale or exchange
for ChUo property n farm of 40 aercs, 42
mile from Cuiioneac Anna, In Union
county; healthy loeatton, and good wator.
. The pImco Is nbout half cleared, in gool
running arBorMocxea, Wim goou
For (aktlku1r'Hddrc4 Francis Klter,ox
iOT, Cairo, or call on him on Cedar street,
between Klghtaml. Ninth strovti.
will exblaH iarXMky,TI Wednatday,
Thurtday, Friday and Saturday nights,
commencing February loth.
Aliw atenaark. Abesat tki VkyaUtaa'a.
Art Two if onr rky.uiWhi ;
Where and when the science of medU
cino began, aro Inquiries bard to answer.
Medical history furnishes but Imperfect
knowledco of Us antiquity: and at wade-
scend the stream of time in search of its
origin, we And, at wo approach tho source,
nn uthontic history to guide us. As with
.nndlcal science, so with othcrt the farth.
r we attempt to penetrate into antiquuy
by tbo light of tradition or recora, mo
moro Indltt net and uncortaln doet tne oo
led of our nursult become. History, bow-.
ytver, furnishes sufficient knowledge of this
factence that we feel warranted In laying
that It mav boenntidered as very ancient
and exerted great Influence upon we peo-
Dle At IU earliest period. It is, bowover,
reasonable to conclude, with Kollln,, that
medical science I of tho tamo dato w'th
dlscaic, and that dlscwe. Is as ancfeni as
the acre of man,
Thn ancient Paeans held thoir godt to
bo the direct nutbors of medicine Cicero
conflderod the cicneo as sacred to hclr
InvcntlonaLJUj emlnii Koman physician
has utterled ,that medicine and manktad
niust'have had a,co-cvnl origin ; a. learned
German physician maintained that Adam
was a physician, and another that he was
nn able practltlonor. The Kgypttans
cherished a veneration for trio science, and
the G rocks and - Trojans reterred to tneir
medical sch61ari with pride.
HIppocrato Justly styled tne "lamor
of medicine,' makes God th'e Inventor.
Plinv sars that tho Komnns were COO
years without physlelnni, nnd-yct In the
timo of Julius Cesar, when the pliysiauns
.from Greece vltltcd Rome, they were nl
wayt tendered the freedom of the ''Eter
nal City."' Plato, tho greatest ol heathen
philosophers, considered a good physician
at only second to Ood himself.
Cicero, the Croat Roman orator and
-rhetorician, says that "nothing brings raon
nearer the godt than oy giving noaun to
their fellow men." As tho svlso Neitor
observes , 1
AWli.physlclaa skllUd.our wounds to hssl,
ts mors than srmlts to th publle wcsl.
If thu position of the wis men of Greece
was correct, that the people should acqufro
an Intimate knowledge of the physicians,
It Is no less a truth In our day, and we
therefore proceed to give brief sketchtt of
our Cairo doctors..
cHA.nf.xs sr. dcnxmo; m.'d,
k one of the oldest physicians In Cairo,
and doubtleit the mcst extensively 'known
In fintithnm tlllAul'i 'ire received his cluil-
cal education at Columbus, Ohio. At
about the ago of twenty ho entered tbo
Missouri StatoMudiul College, familiarly
known as the McDonald College, lie
graduated at this noVed university and re
ceived his diploma at Doctor or Medicine
tin was dieted a member of the faculty,
aad for some time occupied tho chair of
uVUlr'. Itm lMrlj- fW JA tbo oo'
lege and tnltiwl upon the practice in St.
Louis. 'From fit. Louit be removed to
Central!, and from Contrail to Cairo,
lie has been in active practice : here for
fourteen year, and during this period bos
occupied a high rank in tho profession.
He Is a practical man and thoroughly
posted In thu latest discoveries In the
DR. IIORACX WAKUNKK,
wmi bore In Wyoming county, New York,
.nil r.xwlvml 111. lmdnmle education at
Alfred, Now'Vork. Prom hero ho removod'
to Chicago and entered upon the study of
medicine at ltuth Medical College. Hero
he graduated, and recelvod tho degree of
M. D. in 1869. During this year ho was
elected Domonttrator of Anatomy at ltush
College, which position hedlsuharged with
credit. Previous to receiving his tiusllcal
diploma, be wu for ono year resident phy
sician of the Mercy Hospital. Til IMI liu
entored the army a surgwin. After occu
pying the poltlon for ono year he whs or
dered to Mouud City, und for thn-.i yearp
had full charge of th hoipltul. In IHU5 ho
wa ordered to Cairo und until thu close of
of tho war had full control of all matters
pertaining to tho medical department of
tho port. This position Im dUchnrgod to
the satisfaction of t!' i'jv.irntnurit, end
greatly to hi wn credit. Inco th" close
of tho' year lti5" hn Jiks lf-n engaged in
tho practice n th city. Uo was promi
nent in the moyunont which founded lure
tho St. Mary's Jnllruijiry. Uo l a Urst-
oltsi physlrla, mid hu u large and paying
Tiik KicKN QmK.s-. In nil lioiisn
holds, wherever u-l, th ('barter Oil:
Stove Is tho dnuio-tic iiieii. HmileMil
goodnature pervade her kingdom, and her
subjects aro always froo from f.imily Jan
nrul kitchen disturbances. Jan'Jodawu
. For salo oroxchango, 600 acre ofcbolco
land In Franklin county on tho fontctn
plated lino of railroad front St. Lou's to
Kvatitvlllo. 1 will exchango for Cairo
' Wantkd. A female servant, white or
bltck, to do chamber work in a small fam
ily, and nurse. To good, help, the highest,
wages will bo paid. Addrca "Enquirer,
at this office,
lr vou want a pair of boots made to or
dor, out of tbo best material, ami la tho
most fashionable and, durable manner, go
xto Wm, Killers, on Twentieth rreot, o-
,potte tbel court bouse. tf
'1 ' ' ,
CovxiY Ouuxaai Wantxd Highest
cask prkje. paid for county orders by the
Enterprise Savings Hank. Office, at City
X'tlonal'Bank. . frbOdlw
""Sands had a big' housodaif-night, and
gasjo away an Immenso amount of valua
ble stuff flour, china ware, greenbacks,
Seal dekily With TktM-Wkat waa
tfmmm im iana, w
Mltokel Connelly.it a festive nIggrwho
sports a pistol and Is quick on the trigger.
Ills pall, named Jeff., Is also a brlcx; ana
wo venture to soy thero is not a men cy
which can be robbed soft and innocent men
In which M. and J. aro not posted nnd
then, the; have, we aro told, a mysterious
way, (contradicted wo can't be In tuis mat
we say), of escaping "scot free" from the
clutches of law, Du'. how, do you ask us? '
Can't y oa see, man ? O, pshaw I WclL
l Sheeban hod these men botore Shannessy,
who heard all the evidence through, and
tayt he: "1 11 fine this man Connelly two
dollars, you toe, for carrying hit pistol
concealed, do yeu aee ? Bui, now, I'd re
mark here, that you needn't teU me that
be ought to be fined for pleying mn(;
because vou must know all that this, courv
believe a white man who'd play cards
with niggers llko these has no right to
complain If be Is taken In, and ought to
be made to como down with the tin.
We are like Byron, who Is now tbo
fashion, and for the name of Mary have a
passion, and therefore felt a pang of drat
class pain whon Mary Swygard was "took
up" by Cain. No little lamb this Mary
everhod, Af.ict which draws no tears but
makes ui tad. She was a gal who took to
evil ways while yet the uann blood of,
ber youthful days eourscd through her
veins in swift tumultuous How, as hot as
flro but ns pure as tnow. Sho fell quite
low anJ took to whisky straight, which it
of many mortals tho sail fate and
gcntlo Mary this tame Mary Swygard,
learned how to use cuss w.ords and lie,
hard. Well, yesterday, poor Poll got on
a spree, arid mad a us 'wonder If such thlngt
could be, that wo were ruined thus by
straight whiskee. And Molly cussed
Lord, how sweet Molly cussed I till' Cain
aid.: Mary, you. are on a.bust; I'll take
you whero you cannot "raise the dust,"
Then Molly said, "Well, it I must I must;
but I'll bo bio wed If I can understand,
wbv its not lawful In this here great lan4
for'to getdruak 'andTralfej'. Ike dVtl Ja'id
light. Ia this a land of.freedem, CelnCW
this iicro gobbling right T. Mary got off
wltba one dollar :Ino,- a dollar fine, e
dollar fine, and, 1 wbaC it exceedingly,
funny, Shannessy 4 trustedker for the
money, which sho agreed to pay some day.
What eftct w'lif the withdrawal of P.
W. Allen from, the, race for City Marshal
baveoa tke TeeultT ''Win tt ttrengtnea
Cain and. Martin, or will It give the
negro, Scott, greater strength ? Is It the
Intention, of lmth. Martin and t"Mn to
run? They will U Oto Momouralla.iiurty
does not notn uate a ticket. 111 the
Democratic party, neglect' this duty? It
tho race to bo torubby ?
It hat breh VoggwHod that, If the Mayer
und City Council portltt ia not doing
anything to rid the town of tb gambler
thieves who Infest It, the cltlxens
should whisper intothe CAraoftba light
fingered lads the ttgnllcant words: ''Yon
muit get out of the town or .Into the river."
Hut this would bo very wrong. Violence
and lawlessness of tbo kind indicated can
not bo tolerated. B at If tke cltlxene wlsb
they can correct the evil of which they
complain at tho ballot Vox, on Tuesday
X Huffalii poet, enraptured by the ting
ing1 of Mrs. Imogen Brown, wko will
ting in Cairo Monday and Tuesday next,
flowed over with this result:
"lOr, who .naa- a.n chvtn th. bMrt,1"
Thy tno.li-.t lookatni sir r.n. ,. -
T in thy syren Iobm linp.rt
Akiki In wiimia rarely .i.
AD-i, s w tin that inanw void.
AnJ Rsrs upon thy beauty h.f,
Vit feel out ry oal rejolc
Aut think th.r. is an snxet m w.
If Grasshopper Ssm should be imprls
ouoJ for steAllng money from t be Jones-
boro countryman, thn thloves would re
late tho fact In thu following language:
"Tho covn had a flue lmpotcd upon him
for relieving a Jom-shoro J-nklu of a load
Yettnly morning, Judge Hakar or-
dorod Sheriff Irvln tn etnpHiioI a grand
lurvtop:ii upuii thu pro'.il.lo guilt or
1 .... .
Innoeon-o of parties n,w In j.ll. The
followln,' porsont wer served, appeared j
and were sworn :
William Stratton, Foreman
Louis ,rorjenon, Clerk;
J. M. Phillip;
K. F. Davis j
T. V. llalltday
Iaae Walder ;
Wm. Killers ,
W. A. Redman .
.1, B.itourden ;
K. U.Cunnlogliam;Paul G. Schuh,
In tho case of Shorts, the Judge lined
tho reverend pastor live dollars and costs.
It Is not yet known whether hu will
appeal his right to whip little boys In the
streetto the Supreme Court
Whan a leading sister of his church
heard of th Judgment of the court,
said -that it was not mo rus lime mat tne
1 II 1 ,.1, ;i. T-nrA wa Cknur.SS.d -WW h7WWUSTS-llltataaSSl J
child ob.daiAird was oppreu. .rmtm 'Hxsi:at'akaaaMaaHaai
Tt.. nf q.mi.Sl K. Allan. aJmnI.7 MlW UBVAiS BWoUTIM fJ
tator rs O. C. Unell and others. Ap
iuo vsrw ' " '- '
pealed from -Justice Courtjlbi'fiiLSLf
plaintiii anaauugo rtimu inr
Judgment lor defendants.
Tho case or Bellen Jcv.
v.r. ...umrnlt. Allen and liutler tor-
plaintiffs, and MulkyV. WSty'r
for defeadant-tJiryent aejonraraaat
r . i . . . , . . . i. I il- t.A.
.i i- ii i ii rw a, j j .
half bbls., tacks, Ac, for salo at tbeKgyp-
tlan Mills. an
SAintTke FrWeWtA. drawleUlniU
houses aad Is Astonishing everybody by
his skill. Latt nlghthe surpMsed, hlaa
slf,and performed1 tricks wi'ridifful to
behold. The gifts were distributed fairly '
and to the entire satisfaction of the au
dience, many of whom carried away valu
able presents. Tbs Proftssor will hold
forth again to-night.
Atjjurc9trr of. wa, R.AcnKrlrt
W. Allen, who has been a condldaka,. for
City Marshal, has concluded to withdraw
'from, tbo canvass, and docs ao In the, .fol
lowing card: ,
Cairo, ii.,Tb;i, ten,.
Editor MulUin Pleaee announce jay.
wltadrawil.. frsilie oaavAj W .CWf
MartkaJ.. Tlaaltntl . to mj .ineaea s-
thoir kind supper . ?1 rotaata, .ate, . K
rr a At. ATT Taf W .
MTAU U TT amAi&Jjnaw
Htiti AvoTHia RMftsMWHl jtnoy
I never get done? lsltthedeiibateeB-
on of the robbers to steal U tWr
Tnn Went for" Oockei, too, thi'otitee
night -brt,v into hit saloon and rokkod.
the drawer of They nitde the eatraae
skillfully. They knsy their iiustnets.
They are journeymen.
Thm Cairo Casino wish to return thanks
to the Silver Cornet Band for the excel
lent as at I c furntthed them on the occasion
of their late ball ; and especially for the
splendid music performed in the evening
at tho ball. CARL L. THOMAS,
Pair ann. It Is the datr of every cltl-
en to get kit pocket book ready- to buy
a ticket to tko Hibernlaa Ira oetapaey.
Kespectfully annoance TWO
Mr. A. 8. FURL0N6, Tensr,
Mr. N. LEOOCHOWSKL rianist.
Admission, Including rmervod sat,
f I. Tickets for sale at 1). llartman's.
TIIK HAS tRBAOr WIMTKB.
Tli. fll suJ ill cte ilr.til th wlnUr, tad
wltbguuj reon. Thtthrl this d baa
a dp;ilngrrctuponthe tltslq-caas aad the
nim.l Ditlis. tatthy lists nuiTlialit. er rata-
I Unlintiontop, Th xt nrl tnnnri. ia
wham the d.uie of llf Is rexl8 dial, ire alwey 4
uiiitenlly Mlctd ty th. Kmp.iatur. olwia
j Ur, 4 ihouU fotlify their system ssalatt It.
Th. .sit vUor ao-l r,isUatMwtrsillclith..a.
I f.ttd yiln require, to nbl. II to mt iilii
(iy th.sM.miot cvia sua amp, u.y .mum
I J I i It In tf i flli.lln'e tl.Aa I ri
- h-' -' Zi""7. VfjD
lite, a mors tctive diASStloa.asdahriabUr.haa-
I plarfrun.of mind. FooJIi th fu.l'uf th'. body,
and if It li not prperiy dl(.'t.d th. fir f. lift
burn low. iYha this is th. cait, th dUilll(; ta
always b.r.inidld within a short sp.ee rf.UaM fi
bb uklax a fullitos. of ih. blttrstwie tily.
Th. tumach will toon blo lo perfyrai Al
loied task regularly aad .leadlly ! th ta
'ihoroeably aaitailioa,5.UylM ita a-a
nt tual aal and naurlhm.Bl which th.S"J r-
quufs uudrriL. xtras.ir.f"fs-v - -rr
-7-...-'- J" .I.'"-, .u .i
tb. wlawt altaiaat which ari tpi
wsk aad iiaV4 jy.lu. ' V"'r"t . r .
f.blteuAwlw ' " " '
i BJ. WKtLM"
i llur.mored from th.onrner
, Betie eta J"J!5aVaaajajr 1 it?lWri5
,11 tZ3J.44i , ;i e-J
faction, at th. very lowt pricM lo.
n W a
uou i (orcei. inlir, neiiin.
f.ia.ran.ftaiai-lf ool In I be
dwMUoa prief taeMslteiJll
V; ---J ' ' till it Esuj-if '
c - - r ein m vtin'zi ii' p ' l tavaav .vs