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V- THE CAIRO BULLETIN, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 190S
THU CAIRO BULLETIN START THE DAY RIGHT BY EATING lt.rai M Oatra Poitoflto. lot i I ubimii mtimttmmrisu i THE WEATHER Yesterday's Cairo Temperature. Maximum Minimum "-' At 7 p. m At 12 midnight (street record) 71 General Conditions. The day was fair with a roc! breeze from the northwest. Tin? governnu tit bulletin repented rain from 1" points, little in the upper river valleys. E-c tremes of temperature were P2 at Phoenix, Ariz., and IS at North Place and Denver. Forecasts For Today. Cairo and vicinity: Fair; not much change in temperature. Sun and Moon. Sun will rise today ....... Sun will set today Moon will rise tonight 4 : 2( a in 7:34 p in 2:20 a n: Note: The above sun and ninon record Is for Illinois ;rid approxl mates the record at Cairo within a few inlnutea.J Washington Forecast. ' Washington, 'June 21 - ILLINOIS Fair Thursday and Friday: light to fresh northwest winds be.ouiing var iable. NEWS OF THE RIVERS jj ititmmmiumituiii The river marked 35.4 Cairo gauge last evening feet on the showing no chance in 24 houvs. ,, The John a Wood cleared for St Louis ' yesterday morning with four barges of coal. The Fred Hartwcg came up from the lower river w ith a b;uge of logs. The City of Suit illu out of Tonnes fee river for St. Umis was in port half an hour yesterday. The Libel ty start -d yesterday on her flrst trip in the Cairo and New Mad rid trade. The Dick Fowler from and to Padu call was in and out on time yesterday with fair business. She will be the Paducah packet today. The Ferd Ilerold came out from St Louis at 3 p. m. and cleared for Mem phia at 0 p. m adding liberally here. The Sadie Lee will be here from Memphis tomorrow and return in the evening. A Washington, D. C. telegram says It was announced that the govern merit will spend, through the, war and navy departments, an additional $25, 000 this year in newspaper advertis ing for recruits, at the same time de creasing considerably Its advertising outlay for monthly magazine space. Capt. Oscar F. Barrett, of Cincinnati, has entered suit in the Superior Court at Evansville against J. C. Brtedeu bach, Mrs. Nannie Briedenbach and Joseph Hass for $3,5 til, claiming this amount is due llim on the excursion barge Indianan, which was purchased from Capt. Barrett. Yesterday's River Bullet in. Flood Stage Stage. Change 24 hrs Pittsburg 22 Parkersburg ... "C, Cincinnati 50 til ;.7 10.8 4.C. 0,1 rise 0.7 i i II. o rise 0 1 rise Imisville . Evansville . Mt. Vernon Mt. Carmel Nashville . . Chattanooga Ciuntersville Florence . . Kiverton ... Johnsonville Paducah Kansas City 28 0.3 rise ;.s 4 4 7.8 3.4 4.1 2 1 4tl 4.7 2o.5 2'i H 31.1 30. r, ;::;.! 2r".o L'lt.O 40.7 B'.n 0.2 fail 13 40 31 ir. 20 21 40 21 O.fl 0.1 fall 2.2 fail 0.4 fall 0.:; fail 0.3 fall 0.0 n.n 0.7 fall o 1 fall 0.2 fall 0.2 fall n. 1 fall o.l ris n. 1 fall 0.0 St. Douis 30 Chester 3 C. Girardeau .. 2S New Madrid ... ill Memphis 3:! Vicksburg 45 New Orleans ... If, Yesterday's River Forecasts. The Ohio at Evansville will continue to rise slowly during the next Mire' days. At Mt. Vernon will begin lising tonight. At Paducah and Cairo, will fall F'owly for several days. Thn Tennesson from Florence to the niruth, will fall durinc the next l hours, passing below 2.n feet at Flor fi"( tonight. The Mississippi from below St. I ouis to Cairo, will continue to fall s'rvvly for several days. The iV,ibash at Mt. Carmel. slight change during the next 3i", hours. W. E. BARItON. Official in Charge. SUBCOMMITTEE MEETING IS POSTPONED B YTAFT. New Haven, Conn.. June 21. This aftern'KUi Talt directed the pos-t;iuiie-r"nt of the meeting of the sub -committee of the Republican national com mittee to efceleet a national chairman f'om July 1, to July 8, on account of the illness of Representative Slier-matt. 'it :.. Heat in Oven Before Serving. DEATH STIRS NATION (Concluded From First Fage.) president to be sent to Princeton to lie placed hy the bier of the ex-president, FEW SUCH MEN LEFT. Fond Du Lac, A is., June 21. doner al Kdward S. Brags, wlio seconded the nomination of (irover Cleveland in Chicago convention in 1 s4. when he said: "We hue him for the enemies lie has made," said toda : "The death of E.x President Cievo i.ui.i Is a great less to the nation. He ivas of unusual ability, honor and hon esty and there are few such men b ft I eliind." BERLIN PAPERS COMMENT. Berlin, June 21. 'Although most of ihe Berlin newspapers confine,) them selves to publishing a iecord of Clt vv i.md's career, several pay high trib uate to him in their editorial col i t in ns. THE LIFE OF GLEVEIAND (Concluded From First Page.) ressing the disord 'is growing out of he great railroad strike that cen tered in Chicago. But he lad list -aste with his own party and the panic that i-wept the country during bis admiuistt ration made him unpopu lar with the people at large, lie .ee there was no ta k of bis re-nomination in US9ti. When Mr. McKinley Hie-i-eeded him in the pr. sidency Mr. Cleveland retired to Priuceti n. N. J 'o spend the remainder of his days in ;he rjuiet of the university town. STUDENT DROWN. Lincoln, Neb., June 21. Fred II Mattcson. a student of the Ames, Iowa. Agricultural College, was drowned in Salt Creek, near Lincoln, this even ing. mi AUTOMATIC . ' "':UI-' t 1 CIRCULATION DOES Woodwar ana tne I IKE MISSISSIPPI!' MAY COMPEL ABANDONMENT OK BIRDS POINT, MO., BY RAILROADS. . ! RIVER 150 FEET DEEP Iron Mountain Track and Round House Carried Away and Depot Threatened Town Seems to Be Doomed. IUi'ing the last several work of desfrii' tH n by th" river at Birds Point, Mo. Weeks the Mississippi has lit e i frightful. Creat sections of laud b.m been tahen away orchards have I several home a-id 'ii swept int.) the river and other horn have been bur lie iiy moved lack to save t'.eni. I.ik perhaps the greatest harm is being lone right now to the iron Mountain railroad yards and buildings. It is ex ported that today the main track of the company will b- cani'd awa.-, also the round house, The la!t-r ex tended over the bank last i veiling, the foundation having been torn away from under one end. Work will b' commenced today to move t!:e com pany's depot back several hundred feet, to .save it from the liver's voracious maw. I nited Stati s eng noeis on the steamer patrol have bei n at work in !the vicinity for some time making sur veys for work in rivers, and they re. port that the river Is 1 5.1 feet deep op posite Birds Point and is running with the swiftness ct a mill dam. The iron .Mountain company luu done a groat deal of work in an eftoit to save the bank at. that point. It has harled many traiulouds of stone I HONESTLY Msi lj f V ') r .it; ' ft 1 IP'' A Si - r THE WORK bi ti ji r i fill A good Refrigerator is a great convenience and also a great saving. The "AUT0A1ATIC" is a thoroughly good Refrigerator. No other Refrigerator manufactured can compare with the "AUTO MATIC." DO NO T BUY a cheap galvanized lined Refrigerator when you can get a ZINC LINED "AUTOMATIC." ALL sizes in stock from 35 lbs. capacity to 200 lbs. for breakfast with milk or nerves and weary brains. delicate stomach. A food athlete. At your to the place and lciilt a; least thive spur dykes, a!! ( f v.-'iieh ha v.' Ivi n carried away, tic river woikl ir its; wav lieliind tin in and moving invar I ti'l the luige ii'les i f stone were ' v j ti tr id stream for.i ins dagger u i b-1 structi; ns to na . i at on. T.u n.c t idles were removed uy g.v ru n. n!) boat and the third v. ill now need I attenti! n, lying six londred io -- f r l i i ttr .Missouri Miore line wliici! i; intended to p:i Kef. The Iron Mountain ttaius hav some time past been eoinielb w:i fl)! d t . (onie in i.ver the C tt n B-dr ne'ii , which is not 'n t!'e dire t line of ihe tvers leai.ul uoiK. ; i:t mil s tie river is checked it wi 1 I c a .u s l m of but a liit'.e time Till ni t l r ads are cut off and will be ( o:np le,l t s -ek .nnance to Cairo bv since (ti r ! route, tirely. alaiido!iing Birds Point i n - ADDITIONAL CITY BRIEFS. Cairoites Inspect Model Farm. Paul II. Selnih. ('ha:-. K. Mill."-. Adolpli Kaufman and F. S. Ha. is. :; quartette of Cairo's l -a.liiig 1 usi:i s men, were at tiruiid Chain vvsC-rday by Invitation f Andrew Sehroed-T one i,f Pulaski co'ritv':; prosperous fanners, and .-aw one of tie ihu-.-t farms in this section of the co.un ' r. Mr. Si brooder has .-i metM:;.e ovi '' 5f"i acres which he )u provided with ail modern ccinvenii'nces and ;i;.p i anees for farming scb utitie.i'.ly and I'ltditably. He does not liv? ty.i tie farm, but has a comfo-.: table honi" in the city of (iraml Chidn. from which h..' directs the management of the jdac ', visiting it daily, The Cairoites wen' royally enti ruined y Mr. and Mrs, St brooder. WANTS REELECTION. Milwaukee, June 21. I'iiited Stat 'S Senator Stephenson, of Wisconsin, who was elected by the last legislature to fill the unexpired term of Solictor Spooner, who resigned, tonight, issue I a statement in which he announce I iiimseit a candidate lor :e-t: lection. Ijpj pSSi MADE FROM TOP TO BOTTOM They are economical in Hie use of ice. They are more convenient lhan any oilier. NO FLUES IN "AUTOMATICS". NO DAMPNESS OR MOLD BOTH CHAMBERS ARE LINED WITH ZINC TO BUY A POOR REFRIGERATOR IS MONEY THROWN AWAY. T TT SALESROOAU-1015 OHIO STREET WIEAT cream and a little fruit. Puts vim and vigor into tired A muscle-building food that is easily digested by the most for the outdoor man and the indoor man for the invalid grocers. ENGINE MADE RECORD In Cort'nucu! Servica Over Hours F.uie, rq Over 2, COO Mi!--.. 1C6 i :'. le . !. (11 a'"., .line 21. Ivi;:ill N i r:i Coast I I i I i .1 by the Noi t' e. n l'aci- 1 1 ra n. e i !ie lailwav and driven hy ,'ohn A. .Ail 'or a;el M t'len.c.t. in ineeis, of .-'l o'sr.iie s-1 1 rod a uoiab e lee- rd b" biii! in ct in ir.ie; ; service dt.tl hours and IT, minutes during the re ent llooiN in MouU'ia, when it t oded a trai l of n'ne lo'-e'.ies over tf Ine', a di-ta ice of 2.1 7 n il s 1 et ,vi e i 'Spokane a. id Farg . X. 1)., and tin nee to Bi! i:ii s b nt. The 175 maroon d ;a-M'ioie;s w r- caiel for by C n diiejors Harry C. Pick and II. P. I.itohiield of Spokane, who were rs sisie-l by K. c. : radiey an I M. O. I.ee, braki inon. Tile pasi-on-reis nre- ! stilted a p!ir.-e if $ oil to the crew:-., j Part f tie- ti .in b ft the Ira. k 1 e-ca",s- of sercuding rails, in more tha I lone Instance th a se;iR r b li.'vel it was being earrb .t into the ragiij torrents as the sidi s if th ac' es j ' scraped the hanging: banks in c 'ts; but no mishaps fid owe.l. The a ki i ' i water ruined the tnj.er of ti e h co-! motive, which l'a; I.ce-.i consigned to' the roundhoose for general overhau'-j ing and will be put into service in a eoude of weeks. I Philanthropy. We can all be philanthropists; a kind word is as thankfully received as a dollar. Illustrated Sunday Maga zine. Truth and Falsehood. Truth is confirmed by Investigation and delay; falsehood avails itself of haste and uncertainty. Tacitus. Probltm Is Solved. "How shall we l.tep the youn? men in the s-mal! towns?" asks a western r-oilege president. . Very easy, profes sor; keep -the girls tin re. BISCUIT AUTOMATICS Are economical in Ihe USK of ICK. Woodward Hardware Co. Cunning and Digcrtt!?n. Cunning has only private elfloh aims, and sticks at nothing which may make them succeed. Discretion has large and extended views, and. like a well formed eye. commands a vvholo horizon; cunning Is a king of short sightedness, that discovers the minut est objects which are near at hand, but is not aide to discern things at a distance. Discretion, the more it i3 discovered, gives a greater authority to the person who possesses it. Jos eph Addison. This Is the Su'ar Age, Our national sugar bowl now holds approximately li.Otm.OOiVmo pounds and the contents tin not' cost us not fat from l.i'ttl.ono.ooi) a year. The size ot the bowl and our individual extraction j from it. increase steadily. We eat I more candy, more jellies and more ; preserves, and where the cook hooka of earlier days proscribed "one cup moiasres" the hooks of today call tot sugar. Courted Forty-Five Years. A Swiss couple have recently mar ried after a courtship of 45 years. They became engaged in their teens, but the young man vowed to make $50,000 before asking the young lady to marry him. While he was accumu lating this amount in America nearly 3,000 love letters passed. Nature' Bounty. Every pait of the tropical world has trees and shrubs which .supply iiuin with food -and fuel and clothing with no more effort than ia required to help himself. ma Si- rl SIMPLE. DURABLE, VALUABLE war "Lead Wocl" for Pipe Jointi. Hitherto it has been customary ' i make the joints for gas and wnt i pipes by first Introducing strand oj hemp yarn into the socket, then llllnvi the space left vvph mollon load a'vl nicrward caihing the latter. A mor modern way is now pro, hied by mean of what is known as "lea l wool." TL lead woo! con isfs of fine threads ol virgin lead, cut by special machinery In such a manner that It will weld t'V gethor when calked. Euccers Att-irment of Ambition. Siifcess is the attainment, of land a lie desires, iinil the successful man U he who f iilhliiily performs his duty towards h.m-eil' mid all the world be sides, ;:;, by doing so confers happi ness upon himself iu the know'.edg.i that l'.e is f!i!!'t!!n:; his divine mission"" here in the hope ,,f an eternal reward herein, r. OTclsis Tin re Is on laud's f-ystonj The residi nt Forced to "Graft." pe aiiarily about IIol of ' oionla! goverunier.t. uncials are paid th most ridiculously small saluiies In tho world. Iu !;, rne.), for instance, th.j governor is paid not more than $ln') a year and on this he mu.t live In th state befitting an otToer of the crown. Obviously such oflicial must "graft" or starve, and they da not starve. Discipline Must Es Maintained. Secretary "Sir. Willie Doublentry has been caught kissing Ihe stenog rapher." Head of the Firm" Well, dock him 50 cents for disrespect to the junior partner." AUTOMATIC B 11 JL " h 3 Miw.m'WUs i.. ' ''ft '.Y''i.41li',' "- 41 3 Co 9 Pii -,1 5 '.I1 ' ) . i ' '"Hi' ''U ,v -i. w , IhU' ' '9 , ' ! i ,oV. v.