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it?.. I t I UfrT Tni CAIRO BULLETIN, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1903 THE CAIRO BULLETIN PwM Kntered t the Cairo PoitolBoe for traunnlinlun IhrouKh 0 aikilsnt ooud-clMi mlci. SEVERAL HEFTY PACKAGES HANDED AROUND YESTERDAY AT MERCHANTS LUNCHEON THFFAWFR z 0 rteea breen uporams Leaa- lilt- L I- . r- r- i ing wtizens for Lvaaing im portant Public Duties rrrrrtrrrtY J r Yesterday's Cairo Temperature Maximi'iu Minimum A'. 7 ! id A I:' midnight (street rtii;i(l i .. General Condlt Ions. The . I a y was partly luir. .The go . erniTienl bulletin reporte I rain from only three points. Kiremes of tiic perature re "! at vera I (southern pldlitS Hllil -h HI SiTHlUnll, '.1. Forecasts Fo- Today. Cairo ami vicinity: Fait: ilsiiu temperature. Shirk Jury and Election Duties-Rev. Anderson on Sunday Saloons and Prohibition Good Site for Bonded Warehouse Sun and Moon. 8uii will rise today ".:.Y Sun will set today 4:0' .Moon will rise tonight .. ":2' fNcte: The a ho vp sri) and record is for 1 mates the record f!'v minutes. ( a. 11:. p. us. a. m mo n As was to he I peete,. yesterday'. Merchants' Lunch-on mis on" of flic most inieres'iiig of tin-- series. t was largely attended alt. I being pre sided over by Hon. Hd clr-en, who Warliington Forecast. 'VRfliiiiKtt n. Ncv. 21.- II.l.INOI Fair Sunday and ivicn-iay: 1 1 t J j t i'repb. .south "Hinds. t HEWS 0FTHE RIVERS I nmnnnnntimtimr The river marked s ft t on tin Cairo gauge last evening, showing no change in 24 hours. Rising rivets w-er repoi ted fro n points above hero yosterdgy as . fol lows: Louisville rt.i, Johnson ville 0.2 Davenport M- .o material change is prnniesed m f UJUUlKlllS) 1 HKSE W posmvay Px'tter )ii!itics, titwei- Sl vles tituT Vntktl);lt)slli ill IHlir.' uul Misse Cats iin.l Suits tlifln c;in lc lml t .-when- in tlio t ii . . f hiiw si fa t mam t ! s to select fioia in Mack. Brown, liinn mwl Kcls r i .Making out l.tiu from, us means that vu;i will sal islii "! ns the LTtti tut ni wr Mil always wear v. and retain their -1i;iim WV V iil he la. In sh.'W you our line. W e are tid H'llini: stinijile line tfiat are soile.l jiip Iialf worn n;t. Kv ry aniient we show 1 t'resli tVoin the nianiilaetiir- h.ts a peetilitir itilem as a jiresi,iiti offieef. ii a maiie 'lieftv" in nuit.' nays than one. Mr. Cre.-n lii.ln't los -any time ti s'artle his an.lieii,.'. if. inois an. I apprtl j hegan hy teiiins litem thai h- ptir at Cairo within a p(,Se,l to hand ihetii a "papUas"" and j while the act would be done seniepMv the package itself would he "liei'ty" enotigh to inipr ss thcni. H" coti: piimente.l the andietiee pres"tit n;ni i its representaiive ch iiacii r. lieiu.-: composed of what was poihTitlly con sidere.l the stilistatitial. .rimia"!tt. progressive, patriotic. huM-'er.-, !.-nie-tit in a communi; y , and the "pai l, !KO" lie pii!pte, io hand tii-m wat this: ' In t!se majoiity of t-a,, s ii; class of ( i!i::e:is ,vprei!t,., , re do less for the siippiMt ,.f !,,w ai:.l of Hie machiiierv (if Hw'iotts th.-in an', mh er elas (f Htiens in i!e coiiiinua- ity.'" Klahotantia upon ths .mj.usi lion Mr Creen complained of tlie al most naiferni determination of hi. si ni'ss men to evade j'irv dniv in tc,. conns, ":-,,n,i a:i,l petit. He I'H i the law which defined the iii.iKit.iei oi M,eii i at mils! lie ijra :i for jury service, men of tin legal ih fects, (,f air ehal.'K '.'f. of approved iii'eutiiy, st und jiidgnietit. and well informed. ..-.. m :-. (ireeu cottid no1 iittderstaml how, ardor this leual r- (p.nrenieHi. tiie count v hoard con!. I haw select d i lie Kind of nen tor jury service as ihev had seic-ied ni nines during the last, snntil years. .Many times () i;,.(;),lt ,ca.ses in which lar.Ke inr-in. ss inter ests Mere i'lvolved, ;i , (eft altms! etitin in ijie fanners of the eotit-, 'v. The far ner was the most patriotic- citizen of ail classes in the matter of Jury sen ice. He would leave his fi'dd and his crops ai linos, when: these needed his personal aMentiop hadly and !,ee,i the call to dutv at the i oil!) ty seat. The business men. manv (f tin w i would eva.i Ihis iinjn.0 tain duly of; citiV.enshjj, jy irnrnpiiiB up cvcii-.-s ; to secure their dischatfte from s. r ! vice. This was true not only in c.is,. :' where pr, p.n of thousands of ,p 1 j hirs In value was imohe.l. hut par I ticniitrly where men w ;e to he tr t . i I...!., t:.. i.ji ii,-ii nes, an. w nei i ... e.ns.i Iw.-re .lischarc-d lii-te ... ., '..,..,, H:e IU.-I5 Who ii s-:-;eu! iotisly lo I unible capaciti. names lierahle'! i hey t:i no oih i tiScient ioiisness ,o 'h.-ir time ii" public in i i did not K'd i the cl'.v press, r reward ihai c, con heso i heir ami the duty Well done i on can snip tnese tilings tnat yon complain ahou;, "in It'im-n," said Mr. lo'tcn; "jtuir inMm-nce is tremendous if you wi! e-roise it; and von m:'.v t..te a (lean election next spring; but, unless you Keep waiidi and star in th harness the change will he but tem porary and things will diift baek to w lie re they were in a very little Vihile." emaiks were greeted la use who was cal'.d upon report with respect liioi movement said Mr. Greens with hearty a W. Ii. 1 1 net t I Mr. Green to the pure the committee cf Ii .' ,is perfecting plans of oi .- iiivh would l.e a:i!itnrit inn-', lo-ferring io Mr. Gi . ism of business ui.'ii. I. lorneys appointed hy tho cotfll I hal pin-pcse. There hail been Hoino notable ai'iiulitals In hb court her w hen t hero should have been coinle lions, bin this was partly due the cause cited by Mr. Green, that btisi ncss men were disqualified fioni dci seiiiei inn s cc.mnnliing pt rjury to no relieved t rem dun. The Hguiar pan. I i f juries eni sen In lh" coiinly b. aid had at I in e, been so had i hal he -i : ashiiini d o flhe JuiV Ii.' waa conipe ! c.l accci I wheit strangers wore picseiii, and he had heard some s m re comiiit:iis h the ailorneys froi.i fiber cities who uere called lieix- 'n try c.iies Judge Comings do'd Mr. W'iisc.p If il was net a fa-i ihnt nlue-tt-ittl'S ol the pauper criminals seiil to i.,t penii tnt iai y frc!ii In re were inn m.'i residenis. Th' state's aitorney replied iha' niiie-ieni hs of thent came from th. stale of Tennessee Sunday Sa'cor.s. Rev. A II. Y Amiersou. recloi' m' ihe Church t f Gie Heii.-i nier. :o!de I i .something li) tne reierta oratory of Ihe occasion, wnh spernil reterem- Id lite 1'i'ohibii ion mow iii-ui and the Sunday saloon. He said wiiile ho aa.l a represental I ve coiU'i'cg:,! ion. he hal not often had an oppo; -unity sfica! im, to so many men ai oiic. His ((.if plaint was similar i that '.vhich ha t been inane by the ;.ttor:ies- ina.n business men seetued to feel liiai i h '. had no business in church. Speaking of the rfm'.lav sa oen it.-,-. Anderson said he was ph-ased wl'ei his hotioi, Gie mawii. vieMed to ilu pleadings cf the sal on men thai h or.br saloons close, o:i Minda.'. an I lie was paintjil when, on the soiicita tioti of a number of business men, his honor again )iti-m!ii-l saloons to t- :p-n. H- sympathized wiili 'he s, icon men w ho se-iue,) so earnestly desire a t. re-: nil Sunday, ait n had met and ! who were depriw gauia'.ioii, t'.i in II : Ci ! l ad p-soio,! j.) ( ;((; man had never Put ,,,, l ,..,.,) t.) serve on a jury, and I stired tint! he did- t,.it ha il lie did no wish to . il said ho j-Mi's af. i suntmei , ! n was as- to .i-r... !iad ofivM eoutpelled main bioli lo v. An. so-called a resided in Kansas screva! we.-re In i ili). it, it ion was sap. to I' ess Hie': rsou sp a fa lac;, el 'ids boon an oneu l.et-ails- !;..d demand. I i I - , f nchibK.o He sai.i I,.- ha year ed ' for iu W'nshlriKtoa nevt month he Mlvrn some at t t-iit lull by fit I'.eiis. He hope I (here would be n liirsje ropreHontathn from Cairo und wtuild be p ad to re i-eie applications for transporiaiioa in llie special train which is lij go from i.oulsvUle cairying ilie Ohio rlv deli gales. Pi, bite Warehouse. John S. Aisthorpe said Geo. li. VYenivii was chalrniaa of ihis coinnii' tee and he b. lieved Mr. W'eaien I a i ma.ivj some Important progress In llie aiatti !; Mr. Weai-cii m l being prcs "lit in speak I'.ji' hi mself, .-. Ah ihorne did lit I foi l al liberty lo ui.un any st;, lenient en tie subject, lr.it fel; that I here was good reason lo expec Mint the inalter won', I be br. night till a sin rcssfiil issue. Ma.'.or 1'arsi us lure made a l im pc-rlatit nau'tueiit. He said there hal la en some (all; of a location lor sin ii ai establishment and ho believt d thai a piere if ground llial a0'ere, all Ihe .h sir. d facilities could be had al a very reasonable in si, being, a 'ec. ( f the riw r front below the i.lolie ii i'. lie said til.; ware hi use could to locaie.i similar lu ihe sione ue. pit. and wi.i'M tlr.".i have coiiveui, :! t nit ;tnd livir connections. He be ,i. ;o ; lie ground could lie secured al a i ii e the same as iliai paid hy Hie hiiin is Central many .wars a;jo. Eettc: Fire Department. .!. ii. ihr:';.', ih.tirnian of the cent, lliit lee t n heller jjre protection, said 'he u'miiiiti.'.' had received all t.u) p..j ers desiiid, and would lie prepat el pi spbuiil a yoiiosilion to the c iv -I uncil 'hi a:v earl) date. Cairo Dredging Company. ( has. I'ch.er. of the Cairo Con .ran ing . IVi dging Co.. introduce i Mr. Allen, the Superintendent of lh' company who had recently come to e city and putpi.sed lo make hi s ane lei.-. .I i . Allen said he had en operating similar riiaehinery in i n r. ton. Tex., Kansas City ;,.ud settlor.- ami al";. r carefully inspect g the conditions here he fouii.l na I'fieiih a s who'!, hal not been met d OV-'ICJ II. e elsett her-. Mr. Green uhiiiiie.l I'. 11 io preside at next Sainrdav' I I !n I ssmyih inn. It- o...' genera li il. ,IM people limns and -a tines In the in i.-r.-e there -ii pain' ciiv go I: Ion; ll.VVIl I teetl s:l llllltli i for tin $7". per i wondered if the tneii charged with lb- tines In tin- ciiv government i.uty of seleiiing juiors ihoiigla.he privilege if running. In nnollnu lidti't have sense enough io seive. A-jiown win re Crohiiui ion .-denied to he i vid-nce that h- men in tliis cj-an in fcrce in good fail!) so far as any i lection movement were not m -r j ranger could see. one of the leading; ' 'grand stand'- players he. cite. I th citizens who kept a paper and paint fact that at th.- court house meeting stoic had confessed to him that it hist Tuesday night when a call was 'cost him ?s m a year to simply his 'nan for volunt-ers io serve at th- Icusiomers with liquor. H" would not ;-. Its 2.n or Owl men respond-,) to tie- s-H as a ma; or of conscieul ions 'all. Mr. Duett- sail that the ave" scruple, but gave it away. For the : ge business man was as much a 'poorer classes there was a "Mind .-'raiitfer in the court house as th- , tiger." and if was worse than "whin .'iieiage !a ) er was in a church, hur j ky row" on Ohio street in this c.'ty. it w.is not u holly his fault, iluight-.ln another place ile'ie were no si- , and Mr (ire.'ti received ihe rettiin 'loons or blind tigers, but the streets "pacKase" w ith becoming eraee.i were lined with drug stores, which Slate's Attcrii-y Wilson being call were worse than saloons. This was d on. said li- di sir-d to hand a l ou j" Prohibition" in force r.'i in Kausa-. etnt or two . 1 1 noiili itliusid 1 t '.'. j 1 1- preferred the open saloon, duly wis of th" a'.'i.'o bar. He said lav - ! lic-tised. but liroli-rlv ii-cillalnl patrioGc and w-r- ca ii closed on Sun. lavs, and he was sc.rrv i CASIRQ WILL GO 10 EOSOPf SOME SPECULATION IN WASH INGTON AS TO REAL REASON OF PROPOSED TRIP FLIGHT IF BLANCO RECALLED. r criminals iri-.i ue such offender to', tuiary from Washington, ( Nov. 21. The pro-pn-sei! depaitur.-' of President Castro 'iroin 'ene.uela for Kurope has catt.-e.l considerable .speculation hire com crnii:.g the real prrpose of hisljj ttii. It is suggested (hat should any lit Ion iitii- .jiiestii n be the real r 'ii- .-tli for his departure it might b,' tea. ily explained. It has Ions been known, however, tha Castro's health has been pre carious and that he is in need of ex- . I. i i.,,t!ii.,ii I i ce.,L- tiwn r rtt.i There were feelinK on the pari of too maiiv poo- !',',' '. I . , meat aoioan ai it inn- w neu ins seni io in- sta-e pie mat religion was som-tiinig tn.it ihis (oiltity iliau could be dispensed with, and as I . vers nu-t h, d upon mire fre-pienil.v for grn:ui-,thar the inayor bad permitted himself i ions duiy jn this county than in any to lie persuaded to persecute tho sa- fi'.i.'i eouuu ii the sia'e, because if loon men of Cairo by depriving lln-m ; 'in- unusually larae number of i.au-! of their Siiudav rest. There was ai hen ,1 i f- I was .Olll-CI-y 111 the ,e. j whi.h Ihese; ! citizens joine.i, hrcmi- of ihe a).' ; jbged luiscari lag- of justice, th- .,w ; VI i Li. I -i I tl - .1 i u ii. ,i ,. . . 11 i- . (i 1 1 . i i i i ii i 1 1 - 1 1 1 fc 1 ! - - I 1. . : .i , I "i-u f.eojS-ii-. tha it. ana Ifia.n U.HI- snaj.... 1 1 there ,,, it number , i,,,.,,,.., . ! I . ill I... I ... i ... I' I'"-". tio na.l .,..( sin : K.-.l um, i I '"" -a Ihe eel lop ;.,.. ;," I ; li you our line. W me uol I ; h.-.- .,n .n,.r w.s .,,., t., n,.; ....! I ; I li. -i - Il treat tnaim it - u.-r.. i.' i .. I Iisi-niii" saiiijiie inieu xnai a v e , .-. i .n i i i ii- I' --i'eiiking of tl- movement , ! Soileil iin. ha t wiitui i .1-r I : 1 ' I-'- i i rt.i'- nHoiM .vi r. ,'e-n of-!--. I 1 1,.. ; - Kvcl-V arilH-nt V- sliciw ', I da-s of c-'i.-ii, a:,., Me , ";.a. k fresl, ';,,) the luaiinta.-tur- I.'""'". "" "l;'i "!" "''"''" ' i ro 1 f A . '' ' 11 " l.n-sm-s ,..: : ('., tlie-i' tacts an- wciti, .-..j,. , ,.,. , r -x,N (j (. . M fitlel ill";. in-t.-d than anv .aler h. can ' I "J 'le v .v.iu'.l ,, ,, ., j,. ,.,. fc;3 & -sW. jhonoral,:, NVi-l..-, ,. ,,... .,. , ;: .j 'fx-rcf ll.ci- I....I ,,,,-r, t..ttk,- l-j fcjS- !)'.;V',m''''V l,: ."v" " li , 8 .. i- v.r"-i V.. L I An W ri"""u 111 - ij (tfefx f & ' th-,:e,. s..';,.',;'""1' !':,'-,!:! J ' j !h'''C'' y jM MTyVf II VX V" ' !",iv 11 1,1 I's.u.ma ;I g ,, , , , l( a. .... si J.t'-.H ,n .1 .. 1 f d- a I ar.in.iils .n -h- i w r-- p i , Is a lea, ,- -BaitV t., , ... , , L a-titoaU ii,!hf ,a, j f,t tl-;,r f mi n . .... ... . . i I mi any r.uh. i-ep'ing two county iii the state, cr three. All th.se defended. ;,nd til- il.fen-' Iw ais wiihoui compi-nsai ion. f-eelv and ably given hy the at- result the cominunity floaiel down ward morally. River Improvement. Ma-or Paisons urg-.l Giiit th- mai ler of attending the ijvei convention power is leopardizfil. indicates to I the minds of many people w ho have i followed his career carefully that' lit; map-sty must, have reached au i:.i lite stage. His departure recalls the flight of President Blanco who was alleged to wm wiClh eitin..iin iiiirtniniliilllii P JESSE ORM HUNT, Com nt-nUl Ar. at Seventh t. rrn ar d:sermr-.i t f. !--at ICLOSINQ OUT lece Goods Will Continue Throughout Ihe Week. As staled heretofore all Piece Goods will be of fered at an unusual price reduction and those who were lorfunale enough fo attend this great sale the past week can verily this statement. All Silks. Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods, Table and Dress Linen, Draperies, Oulings, Muslins, Calico and in lacl every thing, sold hy llie yard has undergone a tremenduous cut in price. X0TE--A line ol New Silk Waislings, which we have just received, will a.'so be placed on sale. Be among the bargain getters the coming week l! Kaufman Bros. ' iiKiSl -e., I , ; U;,i'. i;:'r,e':-$;-;'K ;j fere ' f -. --rU ';:;vv X:'.i!S t f K nit'titu iiirf, ( ''HERE'S great protection and great style to the Over, coat illustrated above. Typic ally a cold u-cather garment, with an air cf militarism that lends strength to every line. We have them single and double breasted. There's a good reason for coming to our store at any time. There's specially goud reason tor coming now. Never before have we offered a stock of Overcoats so fine so varied so absolutely dependable. They're Kuppenheimer garments made and guaranteed by The House of Kuppenheimor. That means everything to the discrim inating, wearer who knows styles and values. You owe it to yourself to sec4 these new models before you purchase. FLACK dr MAY Selling Agents Dr. Demicl linen Mesn Underwear On Commercial Avenue at Sin Street Bell Phone 335. Home Phone 153. Menticned in Lamphere Ce Yester day a-j Havng.Been Seen With Mr. Gunnm. VILLAGE ALMOST DESTROYED. l.iiP'r:-. Ind . Nov. 'l. -Th" mh tions i,f thin afternoon's session id 'h- l.a'i i .her trial inr" stoii- toM by I'.im-I M. Huiqii aal bi .iaiifclt t;. a story lull ty Kr-d llyrk matin ho d-dars that ti" a drtisg-d onre hr Mr, fs-inn. atei th- teetim-nv cf Jrvhn Ar.d-rson. who a s'rar.r- ornan i'h Mrs. Oun , !. ss jiytiirdiiy h for- trie fr H-J'n arid his daueht-n 1 i5are t Ii-y saw Mis. f;utin-s on Juty oh. lejt i"-?pt re ntij!,l to distinciifh ii ' thn.tish Marlon. 1H.. Not. Jl Th illato of Crab Orchard. ven mlle -t t,f Mtrion, mait almost destroyed i,v fin. today. The 6-neral Morp of C. A. Murphy with rfj.!-nc. sn I hoi'choi.t Rfiods. the lotolTir ant stf tL room of th- Ko If r Dr-.g 'tore and numtx-r ff othr leii! -inps -r h'irn-d. Th- anifmnt i f !os in rot utaK-.l. Have Faith in Youraelf. Without a roriutt fIiff i Tr!1, bni'y to accompli?! jou BTrr "mpi act-omplish. Yon brum t'iir ' id t!tt deptr.i ca othr t tt-r f"a iroo in tfce fceiEh4 n -... s a M i,a' r t :i. TEN KILLED WHEN 80AT EXPLODED IN MISSISSIPPI. French Epertt of M tto Nar!y 2" tor.i of iiiijtlefoe -B. have carried with him t' K'iroi e are d-a.l and twice as many Injure I many millions of Venezueia-i pohl. Jas a result of a holler explosion today on the Mississippi river neani-r H. M. ("artr. uei,r Hayou C.otila. Vh nibs nor'h of N- Orleans. File Mice l-.l ta ex illusion and ihe boai as l.tir-d to th nmt's e.lr-. tr if J f apt !o hav f-vf-ra nt y.hs. ixm-a irvm trance to Kt- 2C lad. j.rtDCiri;y for nse at w Orl)!i. Nov. 21 T-n fron