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TJIE ' DAILY CAIIIO imLLKTIN; TUESDAY MOKMIW, MAY C. 1ST
Y PUKELESS JEWEL
In tionlih. nml ir von are without l! yon rim neither
hoii liorrow. Iinv imr tenl ll. lint miu run olitiiln II
by ii-inii Seller'. Liver I'lllo. Tln-y time up tli
aimnsrli nml Ueeliic linwel. In ciiutl order lire
rtneea In-diliy n-tlii In hi" Hvit, promxto illije.'
tinii itnl Imparl vlnrto tliu whnlu .jste.m.
"'e. "sfc U.Kit CO., I'roiM, 1'iltidiiirgli, l'a.
Tin1 !int mc'"",flil (friivo rnlilier of llio day I
1H. I.INDI.KV. Wy mean, of hl HUmd heareher
fie ha rultlwd the uruvn ol ci'iire. wno ere uymu
of Ni-rutuhi, i'i)iiumituiu. lthemailsin. Meri'iirlal
din'H"i. i iiiceroiiii rortnallon. i iimni, r.nmrie
In, ilii'indi ro, Feter and Anne, nml Heiieml lehll
tty. Tint lilomt i the lir.'. mid Dr. l.llidn.'V ' lllood
rlihwaVr U l In- ureal life jin-Ki-rviT. li. li. Hiililiaril.
fi.tmilu. Ohio. Hvd: "Cleveland idivslelan
dui-lurud ni v w I To (him! nf iiiUHiiiiiiitinii. Iiytlm
hi,1 of t.ind-.'v'h r.io.ni si'iin iu r "ii;;
wnred mln-Killi." ' .1. F. lir.u.kH I'alu.vllK', t'l; '.
ny: "Mv son a iilllil''d Ith Hcrotalii '
ul form, nml iiron.iuiia'd liioiim de hy '
rHivirli.it" . HI if'' wii" "yl '' ,l10 "M',"r 1 r'
LlhVe.v'. l'.l..,d S,,.rrher." A Tumor tw Iub on
mv liedd '.. .1.n.iU'i.'ly cr.-l liyil ; " lr-
1.1'mll -v'. lllood Seareh.-i'. S. Miner. I slmr".
I.'li.. I'imld.'H on tlin Inn'. Suit "I"'1""' .''
s-o.. mid allC.iH m, Krui.il.m tll-pp-r
r.m't" oil b'ui.:.m oflhe wrWiT. For
i,.!,. Ill- ll! Iln'.l."'
I, K. Sl.l.KI.Ks.v I'd.. I'.'OP r
II. BHYANT, M. P.
OFFICE; Elphtti itud W stiinRtiu avenue.
RESIDENCE :-('ornor Nineteenth nnd Wash
ir. t'l ou.
" II. MAHEAN, M. I).,
lloyncoiuitnic 1'hysiclim ami Surgeon.
Ofllcc 1M Commercial avenue. lti-cUloiico corner
Foui'i fiitli St. ami Wa-liliiKtou avenue, (Biro.
It. SMITH, M. I).
iilllcp nml Kcslilciicf :
;.,. .'1 THIRTEENTH STliEET, CAlltO, ILL.
M E. W. W1UTLOCK,
n-vt.T.-No. vr, Commwxlol Avenue, between
F.'.u'uui nm Miati Street -
U. AV. C. JOCELYN,
1) 1 ; NT1ST.
r"FI V. -r.ilitU street, nenr t'oinmvrclnl Avenue.
IXEtiAit & EANSDEX,
A 1 1 oi'iioy.-s-a t-Lnw.
'iVYU. E-No. I'-H'oiiimerenil Avenue.
Ml TV At, AID SOCIETY.
.M ritual Aid Society.
i.d i.f S.'vt'in li st. nml Conm.erciiil Aveuue,
sto i o'i'liiek n. in.. 1 to li nnd
in : ..
THOMAS LEWIS. Seere.iiry.
THE DAILY BULLETIX
; i l' l.l. I'APEIIOK ALEXAXitElf COUNTY
Onlv Jlttniiii": DailviiiSmitlici'ii Illinois.
J,iOj:.l.lEI!MAN-l'Ol HTH WAKl).
We lire ntttliori.ed to hiiiiouiic.'.Iamks KyN.inN
rt a eatidlilnte for Aldernmi in the Kolirtli :inl to
ill! vnm-y iM'ca-ioii.' t ly the re-limlinti of iililenmin
l-'wley ' Election Tili'Hi'.ny. litli iluy ol May.
We aiv nnthorlzi il lo iiiiiioiince I). J. f;.u na
:i r. r.iiif!Ulate lor Alderinnii iu I he Knurl ii waul to
)!!! viifiitu'y t--;iini'-,l hyllie feimitioii of Alder
Iran I'olev. Elect ion 'J'u'edny. litli ilnynf .May.
Cairo. Ill- May X liT.i. (
Time. Har. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel. Weather.
Mli. am '."i.'.i:'.
8 '01 p. ill ."'.'
i-Vi " J'.i.'.'-J
ill tlic hcnJ nml tlms put out of its misery,
ll inis in n por mnn; luit will probalily be
jviid u lvnumubli' prlco lor Ills liorso with
out roini; to liiw about it.
Mr. liiimott, of Connor, UunH'tt & Co.,
commission mcrelumts, Cliicuo, Ills., was
in tin- city yi'sti'i'ilny, ami eulU'il on The
Bi:i.i.i:tix. Hf is lion in the inteivst of
k linn, looking after tliu fruit tnnlc of
Si'iul for the Weekly Financial Uqiort
of Alex. Frothinlitini k Co., brokers, 13
Wall Street, New York, which is sent live
and contains information how, by invest
ing fjO to $U)0 in stock operations. $1,000
i frequently maile.
The atteiulancu at the Church of the
Keilecmer on Sunday was laru'o, and the
seriiinn very interesting and instructive.
The siiifiintf was unusually good, even for
the choir of that church. The. attendance
at tlic other churches was also good.
We were reminded of the near ap
proach of decoration day, by the assurance
that one negro woman gave another yester
day, that alio would bo on hand in Mound
Citv ''declaration day." Long ns she had
lived in Cairo, she'd never missed a declara
tion dav. '
Among our visitors, yesterday, we were
glad to take by the hand our cotcmpoiaries,
Field, of the Pope County Democrat, and
Trousdale, of the Massac Democrat. The
democracy of both these papers has the
ring of tli' pure coin. It never gives out
an uncertain sound,
A visit to J. Stelzer's hot houses will
repay you it you want plants of any kind
for house or door yard gardening and it is a
pleasant sight if you do not wish to pur
chase, lie has a great variety of gera
niums, rose bushes, cacti and other plants
for sale at very low prices.
.lohn Green is the name of the ruffian
who gave Olliecr Cain such a merciless blow
in the face. It is sr.id that a Mound City
constable was served in a like manner by
this same Green, n week or two since.
When he serves his fifty-three days in the
calaboose he will be a very dei-irahle char
acter to get out of town.
Old Henry .Mayo, known to nearly
ev'iy rcsid'-nt of Alexander cmnty, died at
his heme in :ir Sandy Kidg", on Sunday.
We can cover t'ii'.d .nd with a great mantle
of charity: but ihe remarks ihis intelli
gence will call -forth, will s!i-w that tin- old
man lived to a poor urp-". Many knew
him. but few wiil mourn hi:u.
O'Mtc a numli'T of th" dei"g:;;. -s N the
"Judicial convention to lie held this after
noon, arrived in t f n city ycMerday, dele
gates fr.mi H.irdiii. Pope and Me.-itc co'.m
tie eoniing in on the IlvaiiM ille paekct.
They :nv, as a matter of course, of gi-tite -!
appearance, and gentlemanly carriage; but
that's a way we have, all of us.
. We publish Mr. Marshall's card us an
a Iverlisi'mcnt charging for it as such, and
wish it distinctly unth'iMood that The Iln.
i.f.tin is in no way roponViltle for a single
statement it contains. The matter presented
is one that is purely personal as between
Mr. Marshall and Mr. Galigan. and will be
so considered by the public.
Harvey Jioyd, a colored man who
hives team for Stratton it Eird, had hi
team somewhere near the Mississippi levee
yesterday morning, and a narrow gauge
ttain coming along, started the animals into
now It remains t" h M'w lf tll lo
tharlo who caused the rumpus, will pay his
white girl's fine. A nice meat that, for n
civilized community, isn't it?
- Warren lhirtleson, of Pulaski county,
the elder brother of (Jus, was in Cairo,
Saturday, and lost from his pocket ft roll of
bank bills that amounted to nbout two
hundred, dollars. Mr, B. is troubled with
some ailment akin to St. Vitus' dance, and
he is not sure whether the money was stolen
from his pockets, or whether he failed to
put it safely in his pocket, when he sup
posed he had done so. Ho had moved
about the city considerably, nnd had no
definite, idea when he lost it or where. As
he Is a gentleman ot rather limited means,
the loss is one that he will feel quite seri
ously. A colored woman named Emma Uich
ardson, complained to Sijuiro Robinson,
yesterday,' that her husband John wa a
brute, in this, that he not only doubted le r
chastity, but abused her most shanie.'il'.v.
punctuating his abuse w ith the most sava"
blows. The aid man then told his stniv,
which was to the ell'ect that unless h wal
loped Emma she'd be the triilingest 1;' -r
in the whole union-versitiy. He had t
maul, else he couldn't get nothln outer, her.
She'd always bo gadden on tho streets, and
who knows but wot that thing might be
kept up until she injured her character.
The writ for John's arrest was made out
and the trial will come oft' to-day.
Itij to be regretted, perhaps, that so
many of the delegations have been instruct
ed, in to the full ticket. S nne'Jiin:.' should
have been left to the discretion of the del
egates, after taking a seat in tin: conven
tion. The convention's work will be well
done, if it trames a ticket that will harmon
ize and unite the party. Instructions that
rendei the accomplishment of uch 11:1 end
impossible, should be fonstru 'd with the
utmost liberality, as the success ( f the
ticket is of infinitely greater importance
than the triumph or discomfiture of :. hiivn
individual aspirants. Those del"gi
serve their constituents best who rr
We referred Sunday, t" the beat
robbing of a Keiituckieii in a r.egn
Sixth street. The two n-gioe. elii.t.
with thC- i-ob'-ei-v. H .-.rv C'i -at i.i :.-, i W
ter Edwards. . were tititen b-fore
night;', but of his present whereabouts we
know nothing. Hmith'g version of the nf-
lair wo have not received; but let it be
what It may, the occurrence goes to further
illustrate the necessity for measures that
will stigmatize the currying of deadly weap
ons as such n crinwi against civilization,
that no man can go armed without being
held as n felon, in law, and in the opinion
of tho public.
The firemen of the city manifest con
siderable interest in the approaching water
throwing contest, nil the companies con
cerned feeling confident that they can atld at
least twenty teet to their throw
of July 4, 1878. At that time
the big Hough nnd Heady engine hoisted
water to the distance of 1 05 feet 7 inches
from the end of the nozzle; and the Deltas
feet 8 inches -the Houghs winning the
horns by the close rub of 3 feet and 11
inches. This could not, however, be consi
d red good throwing for engines of the size
and power used. The Delta boys believing
their engine to be in better trim now than
it was then, feel quite sure that they can
improve fifteen or twenty feet on them
selves. Hut there is no lack of cml'deiiec
oh 1 ltlier side; I be Houghs smaller cig
i::e, on the occasion above rcferr-d to, threw
water water 115 feet 5 inches, beating the
Little Arab two feet. The same engines
will take part in the throw next Monday
and the probabilities are that half the city
will "tu there to see."
K E B P COOL!
a i :
NARHOW-GA l( V. G LKA.NI.VGS.
The Cairo and St. Louis nfiiroad has
opened up a tract of country w hich Cairo
cannot iul'ord to ignore or uvi iiook. In
tact, the certainly and the rapidity with
which this Delta City is to ndvance from
th" position i f a place of lm-re ttransfer up
to the status of a great market, or that of a
Si-lf-Mippid-tl'.lg. lliatl'.lf aetlirh'lg depot, depend-,
larg -iy on hi-r cniie, tii.. -i with ami
cr.!:ivatii'!i if the cm.ties of Ah -,..:. her,
.lucks, :, and Vidi'it.
This -"clem invites the inspection of :j
whose i:.te:'e.-,s are in grain, lumber, lime,
fruit. 'i:i'd;.:g-::.ateria's. l.iiikial-pahits
and "th : brar.i'l.es of industry.
Tiiis h tti r is write'ii tV"in a tw i-vcar-uld
and the -att"inpe
:' n-hniis b to!
ie-1 r t
b-ve the lew!
town, in the
The see:: r,
:: i- grand.
f ( aim.
-tat-.' ine! 1
Marx is scllinu; u Splendid Keep Cool Coat
Marx is spiling an iindprsliiit for 25 cents,
sold elsewhere for 50 cents.
Marx is selling lllue Flannel Suits from
Marx is selling the Litest StUe of Si raw
Hats from 81.00 to $3.25.
Marx is the only agent in this city for the
I'omhination Cull Shirts
, Marx is
at 81 ..
-oiling a tine White Duck Vol
have all I want, and will not run under any
I then concluded to announce myself in
Tn r: Hri.i.EiiN, ami did so, but thought
best to see Mr. (iallTgan again, which I did
and he positively rld lie- he would not run,
again. After this I han li l my announce
ment is to the paper.
After tiiis Mr. Woote;:. who seems to be
well po.-ted in Mr. (ialligan's aifiirs, culled
on ni" and stated, sa ing "1 . r ou are
running for ahlenuati of t'' l-'i urtli ward,
and by thi- are you going to defeat our
Dan.'" In i-p!y I st ited that Mr. Galligan
was n.,t rtuming. II" r ;'. i' ! lie certainly
was, when I itifurtued Mr. W"oti !i of what
Mr. (ha'digati l ad -ahl tn me. I then re
j.'ied to Mr. W....:. n: "Y-.u had b- tt.-r g
AT THE I'LAMKlil IIOFsK.
F. II. Osborne, Mobile; W. II Edward.-,
Holivai-Tcnn.; C. F. Haki-r, Cleveland: N.
C. Wells. Evansville; H. W. McCartney.
Metropolis; W. T. Grayson, Kvansvilh-; J.
W. Chirk. Jackson, Tenn.; II. II. Milbur: ,
J. A. Hudy, Evansville; T. L. Lee, Padm ah;
H. A. Hreinan, Evansville; T. Olf -nhi-inn :.
Leuisviile; W. N. Moffetb C.II. Heed. X,-.v
Orleans;, J. A. Ihitters, Philadeljihi i; .1. W.
llrown, Jackson. Tenn.; N. .1. Campb-il.
tobacco, he has
4io to II. Mi'Vi-ii' for i
received hi- stui h ,, t
a i ale
Wotlel llel tlif
Mi. i; ,:iig :n's -
of good spring water, and the
hy ol the air ren l -r it one ,.f
li'-:t!t!iv localities ii:ii;;i n::r
to .i-i s
liamant i .
.' 'V i
ano'.ae;- warrant. 1 1 1 1 i at
the hands of th" ofiieer- p:
of lie- v. il ;e-t .lis irdt r fo!
th" acciis-iil was knock--'! .
it was not until t've or six men e
of them, did th y aba:: !on their -t
for liberty. Tie- new warrant w- s
on them, finally, and th y were i:a; :
for safe keeping until to-:iiorr..w. wh.
case wiil again com'' up fr trial.
Some of our teamsters, after w
their horses .hard all the week, tu.'n
l The t-w:i is rapidly in.pr vi;ig, only
! i : '. : but a t tin' mora! tone of tic '
I '. . Tie're is an entire abi nee of drinking.
1 :'.-.'. ting and carousing. No s.i!.k:i ami
:: i bait soeie'v. For tie v rea.-o'is it is
to yotir l.'.ie
date;" and :
m-itter, as I
that h" v.ochi !,
to be a man of
doubt tin- -aim-. .;-:'h 1 -aw h's ;.:.!:...:...;.
meat in Tin; ih i.i ;
I have ol: V thi- t'S s ty to the
voter-, ot' til I'oeitli w o i : If ?!r.
Ilahiai: c.oi lioi k'-.-p hi- u.rl. h--.
is n..; s;ieh a man :;- honhi !, i h ,t--d
to r -'pr -'it Us in tie- city e i;;:i h a:e I
think I !;:. ev Mr. Jataes Kynas'.o.-i ,, In
trut'.it'al a:ei hone-: an 1 th" working Mill's
friend. IL nc" I withdraw in hi.- favor,
an I a-k all ii.v frh :id to vote for him.
s cents li ss a I'li'ind.
Mi:-. Ei. iz lit. i ii '.tvSTNT'i:; w!
n. ,., t'ir- at the A'.heiti-mu (,n Satatday ,-. :.ii.
' - III' T.i'' t i-i .. . ..
teet, ():! ;
u r-l - at- '.i
at 1 iitmaii's :4o:
at s uVlock, sliar:
A lmis-ii n '.'."i ce:
it-. Ticket- f.r -le-eti.re
u omnn n
ape from the heat , b !
1"1L i a run. Harvey .itinined fioni the wagon.
m . . : T . . . i ; ..: ir .... i
..lilA.illlliil ii';iiMi;nui . diuiiiiiitiii ii-iii
P'Ti'are. rs; Itaiiiliill. ti.io iu'-h.
W. 11. KAY.
Ser't Signal ('iirDi1. L'. S. A.
The Hev. Mr. Van Xess, now of Me.
'rojioiis. arrived in the city yesterday.
Henry Schick has enlarged and im
proved his barber shop to accommodate h's
in .reusing business.
FredTeiehinanis making a wood addi
tion to his cigar stand, to-wit: a billiard
hall. Fred will probably tell the balance
if the story himself.
--CiiY'itr, of the Murphj'sboro Indepen
dent, came dowr. with the Jackson county
delegation, yesterday, and called, where he
if always welcomed, at TiH: I!im.i:tix
The D -lta Cities had their engine out
m trial yesterday evening. The machine
lid very good work. Parties who stepped
tlic distance say that water was thrown
com lijil to 170 foet.
William II. Jones is the name of the
-a into American citizen who was lined by
Judge IJird, yesterday, for drunkenness.
The drunk not being of the I). D. kind, the
fine was only $3.
Mr. Muyhain, a prominent business
man of Murphysboro. and one ol' the lead
iiig tiliicns of Jackson eotinty, is one of
the di'h-gnt 's from his county. H" arrived
in the city yesterday.
- Knots ol Fourth ward voters were
ubio-.nl lust uiht until after midnight.
Th'1 iu.lUutioMs re that the vote will be
i i ... ..
iuiie iicuvy. in mi oiucj. mat jmys in
Nothing but abuse, the contention Ibrits
P'lsH-ssion is exceedingly active.
About forty of tho sixty-six delegates
to the convention to-day, Hre said to have
arrival in the city yesterday. Much to the
tii-prise of one of out Republican triends,
.he Uidu't see ti drunken man in the crowd.
About three o'clock yesterday morii'in"
. II.....!,' I.... ..... . ... . ... "
jesM? iiuiu. muse jjioiotiioi htaiile neur
. tlic liub and spoke factory, nnd wandering
Ku the ruilroad track, was struck by the
.mit-aoing train, and both of its
ore legs cut nil'. Of coursi
Xhf nnlnml was iifterwnrds knockc
and dislocated his ankle joint, or broke his
leg. our informant was unable to determine
On the 31th of the present month, the
somewhat celebrated Ihigg filh-y will be
matched iu a race with the fleet -footed
Harlem. The purse is300. or loo a side,
but the side bets will will be heavy, that is.
if the lilh-y has any backers who f-'elin-
ciiueu io -put up. i ni- race win he run
on the Island course, jt;-t beyoiul tint-Mis
That irrespressible f-'inale dead beat.
Who seems to have played upon our people
all the tricks and deceptions th" ingenuity
ot dead-beatism has yet devised, is still on
the go. Her "gag" yesterday, was begging
a nickel to make up a quarter to pay her
ferriage across the river. It is safe to sav
that the miserable cr-ature has cost theciti
Zens ot Cairo, during her stav here, at
least $100 per month. She will steal any
thing that comes within her reach, and then
appear belore the owner of the stolen
goods, in the role of a beggcr before
lapse of twenty-four hours.
We heard, yesterday, that a Fourth
ward gentleman had a girl in the humor to
marry him; but one unlucky night she
dreamed that she saw her alli.ineed
kill a man. He visited her home
the next day, and imagine his .surprint
when she sent him word that she would
not only noUsee him, but that lie .might
consiuer tneir engagement "oil." Since
men me gentleman lias taken the mutter so
much to heart that he scarcely ever drinks
over four cups of coll'ee at a meal! We'd
gi.ve our authority for this story, were it not
that wo want somebody to believe it.
an :ug :
i " o'i.e ni i air wi.;
; :..id sweat of u-'t summer by means of a
"Vt''l ' visit here. Fanihies could mt b; sent to a
i ie althi'.-r. cheaper, nearer place.
'' 11 i Near A'.to Pa-s there have been found
j s"vi.ra! kinds vvl shades ot mineral paint.
h",' ! or ferrtig'nous pigment which are worthy
-ni j of th" attention of any one having a small
!"t capita! to engag in the easy work ot pre-'us-,
j paring them fur market. The writer found
i. that bv his
w ;.i teive a man who wni kei los vnni
and work for tin- intere-ts ofmir ward, and
u'.r.i'.ieil by any one.
' I.. S.Mv.
Ioo-e, in the park, on i
the animals fee 1 upon the
Heturning for their horses a f w hours at- three shades a bright n-d. a common
terwards, the owners are much astonish'-. i brown, French brown and lilac.
to find them drip; ing wet with sweat, and j La-t season nearly a million pounds of
tired almost to the point of exhau-tion. I fruit were shipped from this point to St.
under j Lmiis and Chicago and as the acreage in
I'.o'.-st j (.,; l;ls i, f.e;irlv doubled it is easy to
ring at full speed, with a
the back of each of th.M,
lliel these sam
over, they woul
racing r.bmit tin
heart ic.-s boy
goading theiii on witu switch and tnmg
to their utmost. Ilovs are aluiot constantly
on the watch for opportunities of this kr.d.
.and the man who goe, oil' a : . 1 1
eaves his horse in the park unguarded, is
morally certain, on hi- n tun. to find th"
aniinal in the condition We h ive ilecrib'd.
Parties who le.iVe their hors-'s in the p:.ik.
unatteii'lcd. renoer themst.vcs l;a''l" t-a
line: out the misc'.i;-vio-is
the hor-es nearly to d at!
see that this year's business will be itn
;, '-n-". Momy from the leading markets is
deposit,-1 with responsible men who will
pay I't truit as f,it as sold.
From the veranda!: of the Cu-tead House,
tii" wi-ll-k'-pt hotel of the town the eye
ran plainly disi erti the hills across the
Mis. ippi in Mi"uri. not k t'nati Hi
mile- distant a:nl all the intervening ter
ritory. !r.!l an 1 valley, is rapidly being
Jtvr before going to pres.-, we h-;ni that
Mr. Mar-hall has withdrawn from th" race
for alderman in the Fourth ward, and this
narrows the contest down to a light be
tween the friends of Dan. Galligan, a brave
Irishman, and Jimmy Kyuaston, a bold
Briton: between a son of the green isle of
Erin, and a son of Albion's isle between
the sh.aniri'ck ;.n 1 the r-i-e. It will be a
tough struggle. Let tie- right taiutnph say
we. C.iirj Sua.
broii'-lit tin ler tri'e.ite to agriculture and
who rid" j tn- le. Tkmi-mh.
"'" I l WIM'l'iT IV. t'l'lf III' 1.U I ,...,..1 f,:e
dresieil oft with a rattan ;urh they hav, :t
(listaste for sitting down on aavthiag f, ; a
One of our citizen- wa. i:j ( 'havie-ton,
Mo., Saturday evening, and wa-phiee.i in
possession of the following ver-ion of the
sliooiing scraiif that nn- : rm
A nr.t''.s-;:T sav- t..
very highest pr ii-- 'given to Dr. Hall's
Cough Syrup in very many instanei nine
o!'crou:i. (i,:v 3 cents a 1
i GKIlMAN-KNM.lsil SCHOOL.
Mr. Paul M. Freidrieh. known to our
people as a s:ii ee-stul cdueator, will op ti a
(iernian-Engiish School, m Turner's Hd!,
on the first Monday in June.
All brauehc-w ill !i" taught that are re
garded es-ential t i a thoi'oug!i practical ed
ucation. An ev'-ning sclioo!, at afi. V reside'ice
on Ninth street, will b" Olelo.d on the
evening of the same day. Privste le-sons
! in Gerinau or any other study given, mi iib
! e;al terms.
Swk Yofii D: t:s and gi
v Hi get 'he be.; for your
M"ver is the p'.iu'e.
ere s;,o: ;;y ,
utter his arrival : "J'iac ,,,u,e of i..iv..'t"-..':ifut.
shape." kept by a w,n,n:, who is not a TO Till' VOTERS OF THE FOfliTII
i i , . , i V A ul).
good us she Used to oe, ' h,. prim :; a. !
actor in the first scene, is one Sam S-i!:l.. a 1 tr.. i.. s. m.iai.i. w;tiiiaw. ficim tiif.
Charleston youth, wi.... in an intoxi.-a-.-.' 'anv.-s ax: stati; tiu; h::asuss wiiv.
condilion, uses his on a ten ilied and In withdrawing my name r the cilice
screaming inmate of tie' iori-.: ; but while ! f al !"nuan o tii" Fourth ward, I wi-h to
he is thus engaged tie1 curtain ii- .- on sh.'e facts forth'- benefit of all voters
scene second which di.-e!o.. the pr e;nv in our ward, and to give my rea-ons for so
of Hen Shelby, another Charle-ti n veuth. doing and some facts that the public do
-Miss Lizzie Hamilton, n white woman
who is said to be blessed with a black"para-
mour," and Miss Lizzie Jackson, iv white
woman who is said to be equally fortunate,
were parties to a suit, yesterday, before
Squire Hohmson. Lizzie J. abused Lizzie
II. because ot her attractions ot face nnd
form attractions that seemed to have cap
tivated the said Lizzie J.'s sable lover. It
was abuse inspired by jealousy, and was,
incretore, "molten hot." A fine of five
dollars was adjusted to the offence; nnd
No sooner does he take in t
nation than he emptie.
pocket of it,' revolver I ! , : t ,
adornment of nil nice yomr; ', ;
... .1... i... .. i. .; . . .
ailllliu ni Ol" oi,s iiuiio i. -in. ,., i u.
puts a ball through it. Sc i:., t:M .shows
the woman benier "getting .,i, ,v fi,.,t"
with nil possible expedition. ;' . n., t1(.
next ball might perforate hi, .,.,,,, ,m,
render him a cold, cold cot-pis. s,,,:,), otr
the scene, Shelby sufforcs tlie ()f u
horrible suspense lest the bull : 'riMj m,j
done fatal work. Heing :is-ur. , ,IMt tlt,
mischief done whs compar-itivc'v hivjal ho
was n happier man than he ,, i,;,) mv0
been had he not tired nt nil. Vi (lU4 (10
tragic scene terminated. She;i,v claims
thut he beseeched Smith to ,to1" b,.fitintf
the girl ; that, he, Smith, in-tantly ,irt,w ,i
revolver, and that but for thi. ch'rt;miancc
he, Shelby, should not have fjrii ,i;Vm i,i,n.
Shelby came over to Ch,, s.lturiay
r.ot know ot.
In tin- tii-: p!" e Mr
ntial ' the pr.-ent c tao: late,
,v,si mid ! Mr. llamiii tn-! and my-
in company with
ll, before the last
elii.th n, mi coining t'p C.unii ercial avenue
tog-thi :-, I remarked to Mr. Galligan that
I had -oine idea of running for uhleritiaii
of the Fourth ward. In reply Mr. Galli
gan stated if I did so he would support me
mid work tor my election; but stating that
he had been requested to announce himself,
but would not do so; but would run for the
vacancy. We thus parted.
The next time I met Mr. Galligan he in
formed me ho was a candidate. I then
went to work for his election and 'voted for
lilm as per my promise, and did my best
for Ids success; but he was defeated nml
felt very sick.
Some days alter tins I met Mr. Galligan
again and said, "now, Dan, is your rlnmce
to rim again. la reply he said, "no, I
, to Mr. Freidrieh. at
Fiisst n ass cut cards at the Li i.i.i.tix
office at St. Iitiis wholesale prices. Print
ing $1.00 to 1.50 per thousand.
In:, b i: Win ii.ks.m.k ami Kf.tai;. in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run d dly to all parts of the city, deiKcring
pure Lake lee in such quantities as cus
tomers m-:y desire. Send me your orders.
Noiid.mv w-.i.t, m;m except he lias the ad
vantage, for h-ss than his neighbor. II.
Meyers has it. Call and see him.
The fair and festival for the benefit oflhe
German Cathode school and church, will
be held nt the llib"iniau engine house, on
the Oth. th and sth of this month. The
members, particularly the ladies, have
worked hard to make this a grand success.
The best string band has been engaged to
play for the occasion. The supper table
will he filled with all the dolic acies of the
season, and the refreshment table with
strawberries, iee cream, etc. Tho fancy
tables will be all in grand style. Come one,
come all, and get a delicious supper for 25
In:, Ice, leu. I am prepared to furnish
ice wholesale or retail all throuAtho
season, Oillce. Eighth street, :r"
Commercial and Washington avenues, next
door to Bristol's grocery store.
EOUH M U'E V.go.N.
F'-i: s.u :: at i;rr. Aoi'iUMi i! y i oe. n,.-, ,
I h.iVe nine f 111 w :'.:.'' a- of ,iy c '
rn-.k--, yi t on ban. I, and l.-lng out of t;
bu-inc.-- I will give i ..-h boy i - great b
r'.ain- in or. let to ch" .nt.
To citii a i f ( .ir.. I in i d -,,y 'a thi
hi commendation of my work; but ton',
would say. call .lei iipi t tie- wag'
They wiil speak for tlems. h,-.. At t
old shop l.itiM-i. : Fifth and itii on Co
inercii.l aveiiu". Cvur. I'i.tki..-
Wt: have files ,,;' 'I'm. D.:i.v 111 i.i.i.i"
commencing May lt, !VTS, and end!:.
April oOth, Is7:i, -.vhieh w- will m-il. bin.
ing and all, '-omph-t'-, for $:!,. Vb
Glint Kill:-, Ni.w AM) Fl'.Ksll. I have a
full line of fr -h f.tniiy gruf'-ri'-s of every
variety, just r vived, and for sale at clu-'
figures. All hiiel
the gardens. A
good-, fruits, ('.
g'-tables fre-h Ih'ia
stock of canned
Trigg's old stand.
J. E. Si-tiM.u.
Envfi.oi's pri.i'.ed at
$!.oit per M. Envelop
Hit M.TIX o;!h
Louis wholesale Li-t prices tor the next
I.oiin. I. Mill's Tin Tag mi-iking tb:,c
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Loribard's Nh kle Nuggets .".mi Dime
Nuggets, for sale at J-'. Koi'.-nu yei's at f-n
A. IIa.'.I.I V. the Commercial avei! ueilav.i
ware merchant, invites attention to his
large and varied stock of tinware, stove-,
cutlery and fancy goods. His i ook stovi -.are
among the latest and be-t patterns and
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market; they are of the .heaviest make
and will last longer i ml use h -s fuel than
any other. Sold so close us to make it an
object to call and examine, lirecch load
ing Shot-guns. Fishing Tackle i te., and
everything t-Ne low to suit the times.
Ti.n Cf.nts Woktii. -If you want a mat
smooth shave for ten cents, or u i'a.shional 'c
hair cut for 35 cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place t"
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 113 Commer
Qff.uy. Why will men smoke common
tobacco w hen they t an buy Marburg Hns
"Seal of North Carolina"' at the Fame price.
.Mainifacliirer mid ilealer In
HOOTS AND SHOES
AIo dealer In
The Host Hunil Miulc Ilosfon unil St.
Louis Hoots nml Shoes.
Work done Iu order on .hurt initlri'.frcii'i I lie very
best material nnd a riiiiiI 111 guaranteed.
LEAVE order, nt my .linn, on Eighth .Ireel, next
UvurtoJnkuWalU'rn', Sh,"' ol OOI.DKN DOUT