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f " " :! 7 llrtin t -f- r-M t wo r t'rn rf tbim i, .. 1 wuw vrr ' yiwimbln structure . and 'OStUT OMoS .!? .T ,crJcto.s wished to get to vctkiii. ... I (ft ft ! T tJUcripttofi nt y Man linrlabljp Can In !. 0 ?' Dftllj MtdHMiKtfty' ....... vtoftCiptHMi . Crrr flitlfckly ns iirmsible A motion was made' that those K!titlong bo acted i -pen at (inoo In order that the work ivilulit bopln mit this nir.tlon was car ried. . It was u weW-deBarved" compll- to these citizens and en WE WILL BE CLOSED j lllTTV Ha rt. in nn.. ...ftoc a month By .rnr, otitaide of Oftlro....... a month Work until they had received pornil 1 Notice to tubacrlbara. Hnhaorthor will confer ftn thin offliw nr Ul rt o( orrler. itlio ordinances. Just txfere the mo- enofer for b reporting (,on wnH .,( one a dcrnian la'ij; lack of prompt aellrerjr m , , , ' , . ., ,,. iT PiRly intc rrupted proceedings w;t!) the remark "Yo" might as wpII a"t on Rntxrw. ftl lh Oftiro PoV.m ft whmi.i-oI.wm. n0 potitirn too, ns the Iiciikc ""M",U'f' J;i- o'-.i.-...P" The Bailiff went nil nroi'iiil and the petrion was rvTOMORROWMONDAY inent to these citizens and en 1 t ,, , tractorsSvlio refrained frm gMiift lo J ' work until they had received pertul'-- t "' . nr. ,, . . r Bleu roia the council as re,;lurrd by II l A L L i) U i I UP 1 1 U L 1 U A I. CIRCULATION STATEMENT. Average number of Complete and perfect copies of Tbo Cairo Bul letin printed daily and Sunday for the year 1000 2028 Averago number of complete and perfect copies of The Cairo Bul letin printed 'dally and Sunday 'for 'the month of August, 1907.. 2131 August Circulation. 1,..., .2130 16 Inelnled. But' what rinht have a!drr:na i to eomplain of the lark of respect fi r thi ir, ordinances by the people, when aldermen themselves shew bo little at times? There Is reason to believe that the city fathers will stiffen up a little henceforth l'l matters of the Mnd above referred to. The progress t! substantial Improvement!, public n:id private certainly calls for this 3.. 4.. 5,. C. 7.. 8.. 9.. 10... 11... 12... 13... It... 15... ...2122 ...2190 . , .2000 ...2109 .. .2100 ...2091 ...20Si ...2110 ...2185 ...2020 ...2090 ...2130 ...2523 ...2090 17 .18.... 19 20 21 22 , 23..... 24 25 2000 20 ... . ...2142 SEPTEMBER 8 IN HISTORY. 91 5ft "2152 vcr"V '"MTHtively. ..2130 ..2139 ..2135 ..2157 .2130 .2129 .2125 Glcucest r 1 Died ,;n7 Thcmas. Duke of murdered at Calais. Ill-Trince ef C'ondo born Dee. 11. 1GSC 1GC1 New Netherlands taken by thy Eng('Uih. without a struggle. . 2138 General Jeffrey Amherst as sumed effice Canada. as governor cf 27........ 28 2150 21...' .....2132 30 f 2110 1780-Battle of Eutaw Springs, S. C. . . . . ,t, . , . 1833 First Issue of the New York . tfl. ....... ..MAW' . The above Is a correct statement of Sun the number of complete and perfect 1S30 Lieutenant Gale, aeronaut, kill copies of The Cairo Bulletin printed ' 1 .ascension near Bordeaux. v. th ,.r. iflftfi ! for th mf:n'h . l8'5' Kussians retired from Sebasto- aui of August, 1907. CLYDE SULLIVAN Business Manager. Subscribed and sworn to before mo this third day of August, 1907. LEO. J. KLEB, ; . Notary Public. ' Th Miitiit m btb at tha fal lawlng ataoaa: .. CaianMn'i,.t14 Eighth atratt Halliday Houaa Nawt tan, WalkarV tO flxfh.atrttaV I'.ita Frant fUataurant WHERE BLAME LIES. With respect to the big building vlilch la standing in the middle tf Washington dvenue on its way to Nineteenth and Walnut streets, the situation was somewhat amusing for a time last week, to a disinterested onlooker, The council had given per mislon to, niovef the building from where It Ktoed to where it is intended to, lcate it; tbo chief of police had Moppet) , tbe operation because trees rere being or to bo cut tiowni then the council adopted a resolution lenulring the cctitractor to either move the building or tear it down, or requlilng the chief to have it torri down. ' Peer old Vellingmeyer was lii a bad fix. Like the little fellow of "Ton all Atones." be was ordered to "move cn" under conditions which mndfl It practically Imposs blc to "move on." He' was rnder1 contract and under bond to nmve the rul'il'iie and he held a permit from the legisla.. tive department of the city author t ing him to move it, but lie could not cirry out either In view cf the chiel's order. ' The Incident will probably be closed this week after having caused more unpleasant talk and feeling than any similar affair has caused for some time past. The cutting of trees, the taking out of poles, the severing of wires, the stopping of 6treet cars and of street work all these things are matters for just com plaint and for some resentment on the part of eople whose property or rightful occupations are thereby in terfered with and it may be we'l, be fore the subject is permitted to pass from the stage, to bring out as Ftrongly as possible the city council's lenponslbillty in the case, to the end that this body may be aroused to greater care in the consideration of petitions rf this character. The city council assumed all re Eponsibl'lty In cases ef this nature when It passed an ordinance re-piir lng that a permit from itself must be had before any building can be moved; and a petitioner has a right to assume that a permit duly Issued by the eounrll carries with it the right to do all that may be necessary to be done in order to carry It Into effect. It Is Idle ti arzne that tbe city council can not by resolution grant the right to violate an ordl nanee against cntting trees, etc. It li the city council's business to know whether or not tbe iermlt it Is askel tc grant wouM Involve the violation of any city ordinance and. If so. re. fuse to grant it unless It shall be willing ttiat the ordinance" ' Mr be violated.''ii,:viieh cafcoftV .fcoHffV partment,T hlrh iH&tyttiril The citv council.. Tnv ViH have'tecWHra' riebt to Interfere, but R'fs'VertaluK, relieved from moral responsibility or duty to do so. In the cas nnder consideration. It would have taken b"t little Inquiry to learn that tbe right petitioned for could not bare ben exercised with out mutilating or cutting down trees end doing various c-ther thins which eight not to b? done; but the council granted the petition in that spirit of generous carelessness whl'h has characterized Its action In Kiicb casen too often f"r years past. Complai t Is beard that people persist ntly dig regard tbe building ordinances and others of tin ritr. At the council mecMns last w. n incident was Vws?ht to not'ee .which may be dip'l cated. tt almost any mt.n$ the year 1SC0 KI, and allies entered the clt Steamer Lady Elgin sunk in c. 1 llsion with schooner Augustus on Lake Michigan; ;S7 live s lost. 1SSJ Last spike driven in the Northern Pacific Railroad, near Gold. Creek. Montana. Biography. Robert C. Clowry, president of th" , iV(csteru Union Telegraph company, wrt uvtlll 111 tuuuij, iiuuuin, Member 8, 1838. Ho -commenced h!s -areer as a messenger boy, ami later was a civil war telegrapher, serving under General Anson Stagor, who was one ' of General Grant's telegraphic chiefs. In 18G5, at the age of 27 yjars Mr. Clowry was brevetted a lieutenant colonel for faithful service for .the government, during the war. After file war'"be identified himself with v.the commercial telegraph companies In the middle west, which were ttlen In at - Tuesday morning we will op en for business with many bargain' all over the Ik use. An impartial look bout our store will readily convince you that each and evry i em we offer is cheaper than the same gooJs are sold f r clsnvhere. V i : 1 1 v.t By HON. FRANCIS E. IEUPP, Cammilonr of Indltn Affklrs. ONLY IHIHTY LIFT Of Thousands' 6f Men Who Crosacil Plains Yeara Ago Looking For Gold, ' We Are Rec ivin New Goods Daily. S A M ' L W HUE. The, meeting place is In a shady grove, at the edge of the James Kiv.r, ne" of 'the most picturesque of the streams of the Ozarks. Near the J street, were hastily senimoneil. Th ;y dressed the wountls of the boys an I said the condition of th dnldr 11 was such that they could net pcs-sibly live longer than a few lic.irs. Thsy rami in g ground are several fr.ie J ordered them sent . hinu-diate'.y to a prlngs. The revival, "l:i the brush." is aa mnral event. As there are nearly '000 in attendance each year, it is no ittle task to arrange for caring for s many. Each family is expected to bring all the eatables necessary dur ing their stay. This leaves the fa;d Err the horses and mules to be attend ed to by the members of the churc'i near Northview. Each year one of the members do nates 10 acres of ground and this is put In corn. All the members of the church assist in cultivating the crop and it has the best attention of a i)' feoftt ritt the county. The entire yie'd from this ground Is uised in feeding he teams and Is free to all those win: attend the meeting. private hospital. ADDITIONAL CITY BRIEFS. Condition Unchanged. There was little or no change i;i the condition of James Sproat the in jured switchman at. 3 o'clock this morning. The chances of his recov ery were very meager. A GREAT CRANOMOTKER Our national policy is clinnging. la !it! past, Hie priiilico liiis been to assist the. Indians in ninny ways; now the Indian will be expected to help liimsolf. With the Indian as with other htiimin beings, too much help prevents a man from taking his place. in the world. It is tho old story of the.mati Who must swim in deep water or drown! The Indians have been helped too much, have leanii'd to rely too nnich on the government. In a st-nst', their minds are undeveloped; in another sense, they have done wonders. It is too goon to expect much of tho Indian or the negro. Think how long the white man has been developing liimsolf. And when you come to think of it, suppose you and I stopped the first 20 white men we met on the street and asked for details of their lives. Would we, on. the whole, bear much of prudence, care of the body, education? 1 think not. 80 don't he too hard on the Indian. He stands very hifh' considering his opportunities. .1 We don't want to make white men'of the Indians; we want to make good Indians of them, ueful citizens. The Indian must- become inde pendent, earn his own livelihood. We believe he will do so if he has a chalice. . To my mind, the most progressive, self-sustaining Indians to-day are the Mission Indians, in southern California; some of the Rancherios iu northern California; the Klamaths, in Oregon; the Makahs, in Wash ington. None of these ever had much from the government. Thev had to get out and work on ranches, in the forests, as section hands on rail roads and some even have lccome skilled mechanics in railroad shops. They are very proud of their advancement and want me to see their homes, their wives, their children. . Chicago, Sept, 7. Of tho tliousmi I t of men who, half u century ago, cress cd thu plains In search of gold, only thirty remain, according to a roport lead at the seventeenth annual mov ing pf the 'Western Association of Cal ifornia Pioneers held here today, Only tielve former gold hunters .wire pro'sent today. They spent the t'.m r recalling the, ad ventures, dangers mid successes ( f their expeditions. WANT. A CONTINUANCE Of .Pettibono Case State Filea Mo- tion and the Defense Opposed Same. Iloiso, Sept. 7. Tho state filed it trillion in the district court today f,r 11 continuance of the case of Oenrgn Petl.lbone for alleged complicity In tho Stuciienberg murder, until the trial cf Senator Dorah Is concluded. The Ptttlbono case' has been set for Oc tober 1. The court announced that it, would make a ruling Tuesday. The Icf.mse opposed the motion. ' OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Cairo, Is Sixteen Year Old Virginia Girl. Bride of Old Mexican War Veteran. Parkersburg, W. Va., Sept. 7 LI. 1- Lil anil th? 2Jibranj By J. W. OLSEN, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, of Mlnnetoia. To be a true teacher one must be able to sue education in its finished en t i rety rn u s t recogn i ze the value of not only that education which comes from the study of books, but of that which comes from the study of things, from eommunioa Alexander County, Population 16,147. Illinois, Mayor, ORORQB PARSONS Clrk, R. A. HATCHER. Treasurer, THOMAS 15. MA HONEY City Attorney, P. M. MOORE. Comptroller, ERNEST NORDMAN. Police Magistrate, A. J. ROSS. Chief of Police, M. S. EAfJAN AN INCIDENT OF THE wtEX. I with nature, contact with men. Time was when the public school concerned itself chiefly with teach- NEIXIS ing how to read ; to-day the problem is more one of teaching what to read how to get that out of books which will Itrlp the individual to make a living and to live. The work of the school should project itself into that of the library. The need of a fuller understanding between teachers and library work ers is becoming more and more obvious. Librarians should understand (he school and the needs of the children; a general knowledge of the i:r,frX and lis iiK-tli.Als slroulj be one. of , the reaniremenra for receiving e teachers' certificate. A The library should be truly a university of the people and should have the same fostering care of the state" as tho public school. State sup port and control of the library does not repress local initiative and inter est. As in its aiding of the public school, the policy of the state with regard to the public library would be to help those communities that help themselves. The free school book system and the traveling library are powerful allies in the library movement. There should lm a central authority exercising such control in the purchase of books as would mean the getting of only the best and the frustrating of the manipulations of mere book agents. All librarians, educators and philanthropists should (ooperate. A campaign for the broader culture should be prril n i" j'-inuu.w, uisuu-i. J.1118 is a time-saving ag. llow,NO". ii.aopm will all the time saved advantage us if we are ignorant of its value and unable to spend it profitably? The school must teach how to save time in getting the gist of the newspaper. Although valuable, newspapers cannot take the place of more purposeful and large literature. It is ours by use of present opportunity to open highways to fullness of life in the future. Alexander County, Population 22,457 County Clerk, JESSE E. MILLER Circuit Clerk, LEE B. DAVIS. .' Sheriff, FRANK E. DAVIS. State's Attorney, ALEXANDRE WILSON. Coroner, DR. JAMES McMANTJS. County Superintendent of Schools, 'ROE. JOHN SNYDER. Assessor and Treasurer, FRED D. Board of County Commissioner J. J. JENNELLT5. Chairman. OEOROE PARSONS. DR. EDWIN J. OA USPS. HOW THF mW RUM Corrected to August 20th, 1907. l.o 'me Monk No .... -7 a n No a s; 1 m No n. ..11 ;l m No . 1 : p m No .'41 . ., 1:10 p m N 1 - ' p in tNoM 10.8N p m txcpt nan(ti I O HdU, M.f I. ro.. ...,l:l 1 N .,,. ., . ( An .... H' ,1 No ... I:6 v ft Nort . n:li ,. n Ni 1:11 - No M : t, m 'KiuaiiI MUM; I. O. tmnt .nl Nm .. i'bt m No -UH 1H7 m in 1 No 30 u: in , j Nol.... ..1:A7 u. No 1-M p m I Np 41 a) " " .... 1 . ,n y n Pwloemk 1. v i.li. Hiii-.i, .. .... .H Ho ft.... 2rM , No I .. I 1ft I No ....... 1:4, No It. ... . KO 44,. .. No it :mi t thidr infancy. To his efforts during-' the past forty years is due In large measure the efficiency of the tee graph service of today. He m-rved general manager of tbe Western I'.i Ion company for many yearn and few years since became president of tbe company. He In also clos'dy Men titled with nunierimB other cable, tele graph and mem-neer Bervics cow panles that are affiliated with the tei "graph company of which he is the head. . GWP MEETING IHHE'PSKS BOYS KNOCKED FROM TRESTLE BY TRAIN ST. LOUIS LAOS ARE FATALLY INJURED WHILE ON ON AN ERRAND FOR MOTHER CANNOT RECOVER. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST'S OF SOUTH WEST MISSOURI HOLDING THEIR BIG ANNUAL REVIVAL ONE THOUSAND ATTEND. Springfield, Mo., S pt. 7. An old fashioned camp ire"" tine Is being b"l 1 by the Primitive iiaptif-ta ner Nort't Orw. In W-ltT f'onnty. The nHvi bas N-en point ttt nearly a we k ind euiii!itie two er tbri ni"rp werln. Nearly -very rnunt.i 11 8 nib rut Miswiurt Is reprentf'! i wme have rnnie fritn Arkan?. drl--isg tbe hol ay orer the rcsh roads of 'be lari MoTictaina. Bt. Ixuis. Sept. 7. While fiillnia ) and Waldo Smith. ae, u and S years, ef .VV'8 Old Manchester ra I. ere creFKina the trtstle bride ver Arselnal Mret. west of Kind's bi':!! way at 11 a. -strday, ther .re Ffmrk by-be UMcmiotlve ot an on? bound Iron Mountain passenper trai l. No. 18. and burle,l a distance of i'i f.-4t. The children were sent bv their unit her t a cr'Kry i t"", nn Mrg'i ford road, fniith of Arnennl Htn--t t tin ir way borne they utarteil to walk access the trestb. which Is about H f'-t hisrh. They mere in tbo middle tt tbe iqia-; hen tlie trail hore .limn iiim.h tbem The ent ineer ha-l no rhancp to hi ,i the train. Th" children pt'od Ft.'.l ith friel't. They wtv efnicli by th" I Hi t rf the leernnnt ive ind Pirn h-ch iti the air, falling 5'. feet from the tra-k. Drs. Alien and HHdtman of Ar-nji nie CcHik. the IT,-year-old dailKhtCof Thomas Cook of near Carveld, 'W'.'fi has Just become the bride of flce Washington Spencer. a '.10 y -a r .1 etentn of the Mexican war. Spe-i ilraws a K'wd penr-bn. Thronch her marriage the y 1-ride become a great graidm th I TWENIY-SEVEH iy8t (Emnprnsatum By PRESIDENT GEORGE W. NASH. Of tht Northern Normtl and fnduitrlal tchool. Aberdeen, S. t. Dionysius, the young- No ... .... M p in No 'I:l m fc V i .........I 4tt ft ID I 'No. In ...... 14 r-., . ci (tuibft r- , t fe . 4: m No I...... .. t-n m No 1 1 :,. a No. 1 1 - . W'wt fifty, ..oij Big Four from N.nh Nu II:I ft in Not . 4 p u, Bl K-iirKiHnuNit, No ft .. .... ft.lh m No a. ..... t. . io No KniM-laOy "u'Wi. Ball er, deposcii irom a throne D of grandeur, wealth anil l:an p m absolute power, became a poor Uut happy school master. The scrptcr gave, him only disap pointment, the birch brought infinite satisfac tion. The tyrant of .Syracuse learned in his declining yr-arg that the teacher enjoyed com pen.afions not weighed in the steelyards or balanced in the ledger of the merchant. Hie feachcr'a lx-st fortnne is of that invisible sort that makes the ;tos-f-sir hnppy, content and unonviod. Than this life has no higher re word for anv ninn. Jfensureil bv sentimental considerations, his rewards ire substantial and uduring. "To give subtility to the simple; to the young man knowledge and discretion," is if divine commission of the seb'xi. master, and lie who sincerely sets his heart to the development and uplifting task impoil cammt fail to reap a rich return of satisfaction aa be beholds the mu'ical fruiting of his honest planting. The (oinp'nceiK v due to tbe development of the intelligent and moral IN FIRC IN MEXICAN, mines' i'eti. the c'.b ;li ration wrought by tbe expressed gratifcide of ipupils, OTHERS SUFFERING VARIOUS p joy and suffcss "f th whose lives have -in a ecnae leen molded bj INJURIES, ARE ATTENDED BY?' h4 tin- M tp!ile .iintiiodil ics in bja f tore pot purchasable '5b tha r n of the realm. Paeon put it well when he said: 'The pleasure;' of e intellect are gn rifer than the pleasures' of the Benw-s," and tbew inttl- p!''asures are in a peculiar degree to be reckoned among the school- -t'TS compensations. " .- "1U who teac hes is best taught,'' and the opportunity afforded the l .r lo prrf-tt !-inis lf in scholarship is no pmall element in the eitra i-1 n.MitK rnn-fn of bin jnisition. The tn( her who does not diily t ! i' ife ri.bfr in inMlMual allainmen3 while with pride and iov the jLtiJleclval unfoldin- of his pupils' haj wnt-hedlj miaaed MINERS PERIS Iroa Mat From rl o tJ.......li- K ii4 7 TO n i Muttoft nii "Oft llftf tv9 Vjauiftii Kotof iai Hotai. , V ; ft Th Suit KriettiBf Print In th tin- It i:oi ri.r i r'1! IUr, l.rorl-ft ft4 ' MANY PHYSICIANS. Kan Antonio. Trv. Sept. 7 A serial to th Kxprests from Monterey. Mi x., sivk: New reached tbla Hty frcm Mm pii7.. .iiihtiV. trilay that anntbir li iritile mine Tire iM-enrr'-d at Kr .n',i's mines, in which twenty n niiuers met death. Tbe fire originate,! jn s'.'art N. 1 nd Is Slipjw Re, In have b"!":! canned b; lire i!.irnp. A i-. e fnre rf nn-li ca men are t w.rk dHns all In their power to allnlit" the aufferlna?' t tbr wonr,,.N wbi'e every I'ffmt in King made to get the bedirs of the cead out of tb'. mines. DR, MORRISON I DFNTIST I Offlca 707 Commercial Avanva. 9 Cannon Phona 7t. I JOHN S. JENKINS Architect ' 1006 Commercial A vc. Cairo, llllnoh. Cairo City Transfer Line gurcfvmirf lo Stolu A Waltar J. H. KIERCE, Preit. All Klnda of Hauling Oon Promptly. Both Phone 121 h;ai!ii'. ! '.a tn th. RnlB th.a and that t what ha Krta wh. b -vir papwra m jvt aK ti f'-'m bla afvertlaloa la tb Bui- Aivays Reliable Sylph Flour II L. IfallkfJiy MUlinj Co.