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K THE CAIRO BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 10 1907. it THE CAIRO BULLETIN aterwl i 01 ro PtxUifflcs for trtniutUitoi IBrOUgB IBB llllli hwpuu'i iiMmuimuuiuniit THE WEATHER . rrtrrtrmrrsirrvrnrrrtt t Yesterday's Cairo Temperatures. Minimum Mi n iiii 1 1 in Al 7 p. m Al 12 in i night (on streets) 82 St) Genera! Conditions. ' eslerday fell much warmer tha th lay before although I f mereui t j ; : t not r.'se so high by '2 degnt hilt Observer Cunningham r porl tl ai the htinii.liiv was 7u nor oeu v, .ureas 1 he- day before it was but 5 jier cent. A Cue..' of rain fell towar evening in the upper part of the cit; A gentle breeze from tiie west gai some lel.ief. The government buUetii yesterday reported rain from 1 points, name in t lie river valleys. Fcrec.-.sts For Toady . riSro and vicinity (Issued nt Ch envoi Fair. Illinois (Issued at Chlcngo) -Fni Kenueky Tartly cloudy; slight! non not much change during the next H ito .')fl hours houiH. followed liy a slight rise. IA l';iluinh and Cairo will cOgtlntio fulling during the aox.1 tw or three days. Tim Tennessee from Florence to tin :11011th, 'mill probably continue falling slowly dutliy: the BXl W ho n The Mississippi from Chester to above Cairo, will continue rising slow ly during the Bets' SC hours. N. M. CI'NNINGII M Observer. CHRISTIAN CHURCH COMPETITION IS FIERCE SAYS PRESIDENT MACKAY Regarding Status of Postal and Western Union Companies' Relations State mnnt Sent to Cairo and Other Offices of Postal Company 1 TBLUf i Of II SI ILL Oft! HEW IB HI SUM iHia FOUR LINES HAD HEAVIEST!!). L. WILLIAMSON PLANS TO CIVL TRAFFIC ON RECORD MONTH OF JUNG. IN CARDITES NOVEL AMUSEMENT AT "THE AIRDOME," "rayer Meeting Tonight Organ. rtt Club to Furnish Library in New Church Hci.se. 1 1 cresting i President :r of the Cairo office legraph-Cabie Oompi the following very tradlctory statement renee H. Mackay, hi BIG REWARD OFFERED OUT IN THE OPEN I inn . Tram; Wrec Fici Who "aved Tra'n Tron Trn Itrmr of News Trrni ti; The Rail. lit business Good. Cn.redi.m- Will Play a Drama letl nf Op e Read's Novel, The Carpetb-ygers" For Opening, Bill. hi ght at Safford nail- I Union bad consolidated: It will be n special meeting, pro 1 Clarence H. Mackay, preside iratory to the revlVfl which the Sua , uu, postal Telegraph Cable Cora ly school will put on. j winm asked yesterday In regard t The theme tonight will be T a I proceedings which wera insli st Kind of Fishing" and a special j Monday by the attorney genen to "Somebody Must" will he resvjthe state of New York, against tseptetni Atiifti we rill be to iith, anal lered. "The United Workers." Class No. 3 of the Christhn Sunday ohool met at the home of Rev. O. D laple. IJfl Dongl strt Tennessee Partly cloudy ; cooler west porl ion. slightly tV.'Jj Pan day Washington Forecast inglon, BJjfy I .--ll.l.INOIS-jlondy Wednesday and Thurs ih variable w luds. ON II B Can't Buy Bed of Ohio River From Kentucky Capt Flash Back From Southern Trip. fjterni 0 ley wi! iffieers iiss K mnbar. secrete c The o ill the he new Tuesday Ing will home. .1 yesterday tab which Workers." follows: Postal Tclegrapn Cable Company and the Western Union Telegraph Com pnny for ceasing to compete said: 11 two companies ever competed in the I'nitel Sta es the e two telrgrapli companies are competing and always bate heen. At times the Competition is even tierce and bitter. Rverjr mer Lola ehant and maniifaetu:-r In the United ipie j States wherever wo ieach will boar I witness to the Irath of this statement. Mnendov ... " - , M...... .,. 1.. ie 11 large amount ct '"? . , 1 from (ha Western ' ' BBf here are our five eah'e- and our land line -.vs. . is into every s a e In 1 is eon:inual!v nkliiFi from the Western Dullness irrespondiQj 1 crease this vi The Peorts :n:ot. a : from bo known ks the Alrdo; nd comfortable, lame's stage .. ill be tdltorlum v. ill I e ou with nothing -to 1 si: reozesr, The grount1 i:u .0 the lloor will ONE DEATH FROM HEAT. fa4tBtt0 S NEWS FROM OUR NFTGHRORS I igiOMtiittMimat simitiittiitiMitttti Dnde CO thi land. The 0 sembly may t'.on of the la a decision o fthe Kentucky appeals no grant to the bed o. river may be recorded, ns the is never provided for the oc i of the river lied as public 'he court says the general as- provide for ithe occu pa id, however, if it sees fit MARK TWAIN" AS GUEST. GRAND CHAIN, ILL. MOUNDS. ran on the Jttle Vnriii iroacbing fi -; iv repairs he vagrant din p at truest rommt Stone. of house o Sir Ilfiij minerals wni the center of water mark, of Kentucky water mark. DENEEN HAS PETITION? General and e river mat Local ked Notes in the Calr fall f July 9, 1907. ind Mrs. E. S. Carter .' with friends In Morioi and Nfa-s. John Durl r, Miss Netha, have in Indiana, for .1 ft Inda Moore spent thi in Vienna, III. the July 9. 1907. wile and also vented, lattnedtab princely f hie as a rat iritt dei Nobo Man Kitty. Claim, Forget tUi (! S'li f be) w alttM opura ien act ic Uox. T mpanles for two 1 .'.'(' of p; nes a wl 1 ill Stlllif housd wil Ma; Hi.: e M'-.u leu of Nature. "''to 111 Iiiin Arctic unlm: '', d. . oatod In the short sumtu r, thi I ill winter t.ti a pure white, th :3 ma? tho ano' covered la" i Mii.10 at; scaping i,Ve mid bar t, This eh,. te of co. 1 . 1 its prot tlon, etfeetpi io one i hoi", W wonderful, . . wonderful . 1 a otlrn . cle, and kept a kindred H ito of en09, a Kindred protection, l.i'''t)s among mankind every u::i u..J tiobo.lv over notices It. When the pule city pro; !. go out j In the summer sun of the seashore 1 or the mountains the ItyM attac'n them fiercely, first redder.'-.;; C ir I akin, then Dwelling, bllatcrtag md rro-chlng It. I ' y kept In the 11 I enough and If :. 1 miracle occu-'id the light would 1 :il thorn rii. '.y, burning off the skin first and h ' r- ward attacking the "w flesh Put a mil aide d 'I occur. T'ia Etui may beat on tnn-c; ed skin foe days and weeks, but s,. i skin rtv mains always sound, i ihltfreredi whole, says the Chicago Ci mlele. To prove the miracle 1 prova that it la not the darUenln of tin skin, but the change in i: 1 co'or which protect it from 8uub.; .i- in 1 n asy matter. l et a pale person, unused to ttio sun. stain one sldii of his far j d Ipw, and leaving the other sit . 1 un I niched, go out in the bright n 1 'or a couple of hours. The one s; of bl'S faoe li no tougher, no more (r d er."d, than th.e other, yet the 'n Italned side will he Inflamed, 1 is tered, while the tan colored one x.l'.l be Quite cool and unhurt. ."Unburn Is 11 miracle, a protection 0 mankind, as inexplicable and na 1 o iderf.il as the miracle of the Arc tic animals' change In the winter rroai dark coats to snow-wblto onja. Dream and Dreamer. Harvey, who discovered the clrcu atton of the blood., is said lo have ororded a drcafm In which n bum ib bee stuns bim In his loft thigh, in a place where a couple of days ater appeared an ugly ulcer. Male iherbe, the renowned French author. a dream attacked stabbed him in hia dagger in an area, ing evening ho f -It severe pneumonia. medical reports," --mil Qlbsoa, "ara of a similar char either received no ; or else have been bin breast w; ire the fo heavy w acter, wi sxplanat ekplalnei Dr. G m otht the dotu In t blini "ntion to the -ml on soma so known as : vi- pa 1 ; eii 1 or of this tances b Mlllf (Concluded from First Page ) dldatt they ing to will on ont unite ind hat even tho d are able to see In dreams- aa less experiences recorded by 10 Keller, "Blind Tom," the plot Homo the con unuvoldable 1'iat riyslcni vbdo 1 Is d that the opflc n'rva the Arid to be ar as p V Dav 11 Honshell went g uh v. 1 T ti iri af't"r 48 i. Davis him her 10 Joppa. The Itussell lxrd went to th noasc river with two empties railroad ties. The Dick Fowler was in and out Bsual wih goad business. The Ford Horold is due up froin IfOmphls, Ijo nd for St. Iiuis. She put Off 2, iiii packages at Memphsi. The Stacker Lee will be in port to it from St. louls tor Memphis. la announced that Capt. W. H. vilM, of St. Ixmis, who for the thirty six years has been super adenl of the transfer system of KKirl Parifielron Mountain Rail I company has resigned, immereial Appeal: Capt. Joe B. ch. iS; rict manager of the Marine Ineers' Association, has returned 'aducah from a business trip the lower end of the Missis t He visited Natchez. New O" Creenville and other smaller Capt. Flasch is doing splendid 0 rthe association. - i ind Mrs Mrs. I vith rel; . J. A. L kllie Ec itives ht was r onirrea At th hi ( atlonal freis and Hi same ton thn fi governor they are mt former c II II I Kuril t' I'l along i.pi. i ana, platt, Yesterday's River Forecasts. The Ohio at Kvansville ami Mt. Ver or Yates called on May Chicago lat priday. Th was enveloped in mvEt Piliie nor Yates would It. Many believe that i an alliance between the bell organization in Cool ir Basse in I conference ?ry; neb her talk about foret kens Bus.se Camp ; anJ Yates the sta a; 9 the candi for govern ne a stron'-; jst Deneen. Ui pr : babv and his followers out in that if Yaies is not uiad date of that organisation or. he will at least becoi factor in. the right agar The truth ns to th?s w develop within a very she Every new development makes If slearer that, within ihe next twelve month there will be the biggest Bghl in the Republican party In Illinois tha' has been witnessed for several vears It pnimlses, in fact, to eclipse tie great bat lie of 1303-4. It will be a three-cornered fight between tk state'' and 'federal" DfSUllSfcMl and u large indepentten' element ihat is more or less h' 1 ! to both iac tions. J. M'CAN DAVIS. .Mrs. Dr. J. E. Woelfle and daughter. Marie, of Cairo, are here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Echols. Fritz Ritdiert went to Crea! Springs Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Mike Movets are visit ing for a fe days with relatives ni Mound Cliy. Mrs. Bruce Porter left for her future home in Pueblo, Colo., one day las' week. Miss Kate Cutter, of Olney III. lad Miss Hazel Smith of CajfboBdale HI are the guests of Mrs. J. F. Mackey this week. Mises Mary ami T) rrls Bartleson returned home Saturday from a visit with friends ni Indian Territory, kOss Minnie flaunt is visiting wl'h Miss Agnes Oalvin. at Ugfiaft, 111. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lamkin were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Calhoun in Mound Ci y Tbur-d iy. ''has Woods has moved his ram ily to town. Mr. M. L Hughes of Olmsted, was in our town Wednesday. Miss Htatie McGill. of ('real Springs is visiting with friends here. J D. Rese, of Owensboro. Ky.. IkW tizen. S. II. Ha per, one of our substantial farmers from the west side, was in nigh' the question of the in:onirbnn franchise was finally lettled, It now teems as if we will have the line built through to the north side of the COOBty. The pople of Villa Rldce are rejoie!ng once more at any ra'e. Mr. and Mrs Fn-emont Fount lin. of Chicago, is visiting at the beauti ful country home of Mr. aji I Mis. Dtnr.H O'I.ea-y. just north of Spcn-er Hetghta. Three out of eight of our saloocis did ntit renew their license on July 1st and a sa reann doawd. j overhauling 1 j Their use on causes delay official's have be u seil on t as they are i vice. to oil decid Indefinitely M 1 n In I!. A. Conauagki Mondav. Cniro weather is urea' for ey hav tti hiis'le 1 id and our mirnmoth I as the plant! at Caito have all Ciev Notes. Ci nductor Johnson, formerly a freight conductor employed on the Cairo divi-d in of the Big Four railway has be n engaged as a switchman for si rviri in the Till on yards of th" '. abash. Loe motive No. :;:;;. Engineer AT 11 1 vln of the Illinois Central, Is hack on he 41-43 run. Condue or Walter Stout, of the M bile and Ohio, will take :, weeks catioffl beginning this week and will tislt relatives at Jackson. Tenn CIO MAN OIK FR M INJURIES DEATH OF JAMES B. STLWART AT CINCINNATI RESULT OF FALL ING INTO OPEN SEWER. KUld Th dedui dllTei In d tat ion on!., sence. "I.i he avers, does not ci surrounds surrounds viewpoints tlon are cl Bad Crime h; accidental rometer. A weather m signal for ui 01 vision. ithor arrives at the Ireaming and waking and form of mahtfes- in principle and es iking consciousness," tlreain reveals, but The same world that waking Individual dreaming, only the media of obsor vail.- Exchange. We. tlier Criminals, is more than a casual or relation to a falling bay low pressure area ou the ap 'ought to bo h good high pressure activity on Jam es R. Stewart, a woll Agtneer of Gain . died . : yesi erday as lb result recelvi i by falling in kt the part of thi affected. The I structed to b" I convenience an of nearly 1 ." 1 inch. If one 1 tops one may I police In the region normal brain bi con ir with comfort and atmospheric pressure onnd to the square re on the mountain lecome accustomed to dWi r155 LENA NAGEL BACKACHE AND DESPONDENCY Are both eymptotns of organ de rangement, and nature's warning to women of a trouble which will soon er or later declare itfeelf. How often do we hear women sav. "It seems as though my back wonld break " Yet they continue to drag along and suffer with aches in the small of the back, pain low down in tbe side, dragging sensations, nerv ousness and no aabitioa. They do not Raiize that the back la the main spring of woman's organ ism and quirklv indicates bv aeh ng a diseased condition of the feniioir.c oran' or kidneys, and that aches aad pains will continue until the cause is removed. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made from native roots aud herbs lias been for many year- the most aacceasf ul remedy in cuch cases. No other medic.ne has such a record of cares of feminine ills. Mies LenaKagel. of 117 Morgan St . Buffalo, N. T., writes: "1 was completely worn oat and on theTerge of nei-rons prostration lfy back ached all the time. I bad dreadful periods of pain was subject to fits of crying and extreme nervousness, and was alwars weaK and tired. Lvdia 1 Pinkham's Vegetable Compound completely cmed me Lydia K Pinkham's VegetaVde utiimid cures Female Complaints, each as Backa-h. Falling and Displacements, and all Organic Diseases. Dleaolvea and expels Tumors at an early stage. It strengthens and tastes tbe Stomach. Cures Headache and Indigestion and invigorates the whole feminine By --em. Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to write Mrs Pinkham. Lvnn, Mass. Her advice is free. been visiting here with his sisto- Mrs J. D. Copeland. Mrs. Ethel Wright of Dmzol 1. III., and Mrs. Clara Mat shall, of Belknap, w -i ed with Mrs. Dr. Tarr Sat rd.iy Miss l.illie Kreitner entertained j some of her young friends a' her ihorr.e Ftiday evening. Mr. Arthur Gaskill. of St. I)uis. .Mo. fa- been visiting with friend here for a few days. Mr. Gip Hushes, of Mound City, aw here on business Saturday. Miss Nevada Gtitman. of Anna. MOM Mondav for a visit with her sis ter, Mrs. Motile Thomas. J. W Bartleson had business In Cal j : to Monday. j Mr. Jrhn Wheeler was In Missouri on tmslnes last wwk. Miss Nina Bartel. son i on the I tint Utile W. sley Block who has been .-i'-k to long Is rapidly re overlng. v On next Monday niirht the city cr.uncll will meet in legular session at whfch time the annual appoint ments of miimr offictrs and commit Ires will be made. We are clad to note that our streets and sewers are being put In good or ler hi we. Qitlte a cutting afTrav oecntTad in the 1 c yard Monday forentyin wh n JobB Bridgewater stabbed H'char ! A'elrron in the back with a kn fe. TI.ey were Ixith colored employe the company and had had some rouble a few days before. Brldg ral r w 1 Kroagbl fx-fore Jnig I. N. ryter for pndlminary Btfaag an I ' heM to the c rcult curt tiniler ond which he filled am' was lelesscl. inlrrson. while his wounds are n't leeearily fatal. I In a eritl al cinli urn on aeeotint of 'he excessive hot GRANDJUHYASKED TO INDICT MEN ir. stewari w . on his way FREIGHT TRAINS IK A WRECK BIG DAMAGE DONE AT EAST CAIRO IN COLLISION BETWEEN TWO NORTH BOUNC TRAINS. I Two nifn Is Central frezibt tralr.s i collided at Esst Cairo yesterday morn , In about r,:5t o'clock on the carve 1st the f,t ..f the bridge approach. The trains were an etxra frticht I and the second section el freight tram '2 and l-oth were north bound, he enfcir.. of tbe fairs freight 'o-a in o he ealorse of the ot'io n and the wreck was a lad one tie from Calm TI led as a - .-. -i -ft,.. alfic was considerably ln? fiy the accident and trie wre crew from Fnltna. Kv . was ralb-f The track a not elearei until s. m. 1 .0 C. 8. fs-- y re urrel Ipst nieht fro 8t Imis from whence he pent h' daitrht'r. Mi AH-"" ?fely on he .- v ',. 1 rr -1 -. -.. viit re's' vc. All th news all tbe Urns WHO ATTACKED HOME OF NEGRO WOMAN ON THI RT V-FOURT1 1 STREET SENSATIONAL STORY TOLD JURY REFUSE TRUE BILLS. Mary Bettp. the tv-cress on Thirtv- four h street win ... hou-e :.- attar-.; I ' by indignant citizens in the n iu-b hart od Motiday nigh, because ah was in the habit of harboring a whi .. man. appear-d t etore the gran ! I n yestetday end tried to hnv true btTl I found against the young men who i tacked her house. She BM the a- : tlernen who composed tha augcsl kod that thf- front tksir of her home had been licked in late at night and seve al windows broken snd thit sortie of the attacking pnriy had in tasted the aoaaa, Other facts are sal 1 n I been brought out by qin s Ioj diri ed to her and tft other wimess- -who were -urnnioned to apix ar liefore th. jury. It is stated that the identity of ah white man whose visits to the t : -t , :.. ai Lir of tti - rliiren was b rem ght oat. togetber with ' features. It I -' 'he man built and far.i e for the woman an I I most In op-en id l'er-' lilor he 1 11 - t-fused to fin I uy tr-:nden -' th" rltixens who attekil Jfore he bats, ar i wh had compslbd tbeiQa ffea!ine ? i.;-p nan to make a .Ifs1! V 1 ; :.d of witer n -rder '7 j was es.-cpe them. They are said to havejioda he-en mueh more incline 1 to find bi Isjcult: against he wuoisn and her shime -J the white peraraour. Jibe towboat V. V. ONeill on which he was engaged when the accident OC cnrital. Th boat is undergoing r" pails a Cincinnati. Mr. Stewart was 18 years of ago and is survived by iwo daughters. Mi Clyde Stewari of Cairo and a son James Slewart if St. Louis. Wis Stewari reaMe with her cousin. Htoa ftaltfl Siewart on Twentv thir 1 stree'. ni":r Moll rook av nue. She i- etnp'oy ad as a stenographer fio Ihe O. S. i'i I a ly Lumber cruipany. The body wl! be sent here for ln-raa-nt and d e no ice of ihe funeral irrrinponients will le given. The decedent uro a nie.n'-er of tht . O C W of 'his city and was high1.' gte-emed by a'l ho knew him. fl . Klk.G FDWARO AND etins reel ion likely to st tal and m equilibrium "It is comes froi; dla la th but any fit her dl d mean Is ne'i nien-physlcul. at ndlu; exhilaration inountiJn - provided one doesn't climb too high. It Is known tha, a little rtdaxation of the everlasting preaaun exerted by miles of super!; ;, t.s. d atmosphere Is life to men with weak lungs, hut death to those with weak hearts The effect OB the mind a,1(l morals Is Just as obvious. Tee .Mechanism that pre arve a maa'l mental balance In de icatcly adjusted. A, little variation In pressure, or titlillng excess or donYP m y in the amount of o.gen. nitroren, oiene, carbon dioxide, or any o'h r i.detm ;;' or Imparfty in the air that s,i-t.iins life, may cause a man to behave in a manner that would be quite Impossible under strii th normal con.tltlons. APE AVBl 5l-iED ON APPROACH ING THE HCMC OF RICHARD BUCKELEY GUARDS MAN IN HIDING. TAKE Maay Head, ho S'e a ceo snd Quetrn Al f Wale, took Plus) Into I man had .lulv -Th di a suspicion ntody this hidd n in approarh to fTii e:s Bg lClwa.d their tour 1 act ng In- aftel fnssti, ih. b shes the res - re of Sir Rir hi' 1 B irke'ey just le the arrival of the King aad -n. As soon a h d - )- . r.ad fran fforts to 1 scape, tut capt-irr 1 sf er a lively chre ani ed in ja.l Thf police hsd d ffi- ' in i ' I I th" prist -er f;., T vengeance of tbe exe'tel cniwL nun s identity was not divulged. Strenuous Life of Writers. The strenuous life In literary cir cles seems to have an'. dated ihe present era Cr:mt was only 19 when i liana op-.-i- won him undying fame. Shelley was iH when he wrote Q,.o :i Mali, Voltaire's first tragedy us pabtbthed when he was but 22. KeaU gavo Entlymltui to the world at the ag of 22, while David Is aald to have written the First IValm at tbe age of I S. and history has it that Homei a raw his first ojts at the tender age of 23. When launder cannot be obtain ed, oil of la.eiider with a little 'icst water will provide the deslrel fra grance. , Oool thick butt, r.nllk Is abo good as green bone for eggs growths. t as -,ud Most all llv merr-'isnts s.;-.o t!-e tn Keoping everlastingly at It lnsaes succt. Advertise la the Bulletin.