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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1C09.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN
nUrd at the Oalro PottofBoe for trmnimliiton
through tb uisila at Moood-olau rates.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
8CHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
Prof. S. E. Gott authorizes his an
nouncement as a Republican candi
date for County Superintendent of
schools, at the primary election to bj
held on Tuesday, April 13, 1909.
FOR POLICE MAGISTRATE.
John Ilogan authorizes his an
nouncement as a candidate for Po
lice Magistrate of the city of Cairo,
at the election to be held on Tuesday,
April H, 1909. . "
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Yesterday's Cairo Temperature.
Maximum
Minimum '.
At 7 p, m.. : .'. .
At 12 mulrJsht (i'lvet record)...
Louisville with coal for St. J.oiiIs and
will tow between Cairo and that port.
The George lianlner wont to t h
lower river lislit yesterday.
The V. W. O'.N'ie! came out froi.i
hnrccs and three models loaded wlt'i
iron.
The Du Quesne from Louisville at
11 a. m., passe.l to New Orleans with
Co boa's and three barges coal, one
model barge of coiil and two modeb
of steel.
The Dick Fowler wns In and out .v
usual from and to Pndiienh. bhe wl.i
be the I'aducah packet today.
The City of Sultillo arrived from S:.
Louis ar ;1 p. in., bound t'.'T Tenuesei?
rive.
The SpraRiu'-- l'r;iu New Orleans
with 22 empty boats am! nine empty
barges rid three models, added two
here anil pulled out for Louisville.
The John S. Summers went south
with an empty barge after lumber.
BUS NfSSSESSION
CITY
1
ORDINANCES TO REDUCE SAL
ARIES OF ATTORNEY AND
TREASURER LAID OVER.
TO INCREASE IEVENUE 300 ARE AT THE BOARD! AT COMING ELECTION
Yesterday's River Bulletin.
General. Cpnditions. .
. The day was partly fair. The rai l
fall the night bef;:re measured
Inches. The government' bulletin ye -trrday
reported rain Irani 2S poiirs.
the heaviest, on the map being as Al
lows: Cairo 3:fiff.' Chester 5.50. Care
Girardeau H.ii.O,-. New Athens 3.1 ,
Phoals, lad., 2.00, ElHstor-, In.l., 2fi'.
Vincennes 2,::d, Ml. Vernon, Ind., 2.2 ,
Paducah 2.12. Mr. Carmel 28. Ter-
Haute l.fld. New Madrid 1 84, Heinia i
1.20. Bxtremes ef tempeaniire we e
Tfl at Memphis and 3 at Jfoorhead.
Forecasts for Today.
Cairo and vicinity: Threatening
and colder.
Illinois: Washington, March !.
Snow and colder Wednesday; Thurs
day fair aud colder.
Sun and Moon. .
Sun will rise today
Sun will , set today, . . .
Moon will rise tonight.
. 0:22 a. m.
. G:01 ji. m.
.9:32 p. m.
Note: The above sun and moon
record Is for Illinois and approxi
mates the record at Cairo within a
few minute.
i
f NEWS OF THE RIVERS j
rrrrirrcrrm mi
The river markfd 43.2 feet on lh
Cairo gauge last evening showing a
change of 0.1 of a foct in 24 hours. ,
The J. B. Finley passed out of til"
Ohio for New Orleans at 8 o'clock
yesterday nif rrng with 34 boats and
four barges.
Tho John A. Wood arrived from
Fined Stage Change
Stage 24 H'rs.
Piitsbur-T ....22 7.0 l.rise
Parkersburg ...".('- H.'1 ,Ot';i'.l
Cincinnati ."" 31.fi 1.2 rise
I.'misil!e ...,2S 12.1 O.Sris-
Kvansville 3S.'i 1.1 f.il!
Mt. Vernon . . .35 3;.! 1 .0 ';'!!
Nashville b) 19.3 1.7 i'N
ClKittancKa .-33 11.5 d.o rise
Gt--:iHTsvi!!e ..31 14.!' 2.'lib-i-
jFl.-reiice Ill 8.3 o,." rise
Riveiten 32 l'. "
Johm-oaville . .21 1 S . 3 1 .7 Li!'
Piiducah 4 42.7 o.2 fa'.'
CAIRO 15 13.1 0.1 fa'!
Kansas City.. .21 13.0 l.-iiise
St. I'iiis 3i 5 4.7 1.3 ris"
i Chester 3ft 14.5 2.8 rise
C. Olrardean. .28 V. .f 1.4 lis
New Madrbl...34 3S.1 o.O
Memphis 33 33. S ft. 5 ris
Vicksburs 15 !''
New Oilcans. .13 14.3 . 1 ris
Acain Subiect of ResaUition Annual
Tax Levying Ordinance Adopt
ed TrouUle About Tem
porary Walks.
Yerterday's River Forecasts.
The Ohio :t Fvai-'vill-' and M'. V r
nen. no ma ri.: I change during ih
next 33 hoers At P;ulti,-ali, will co"
tiime to f:i'.l slowly during the next 'V
hours. At Cairo, n material chang
during the next IS hours, with (iossi
illy :i ris:-ig tt-ndency.
The Wabash At Mt. Carmel. wii'
rise for several days, probably pass
ing the flood stage.
The Teaa.-s-see At Florence aa !
Riveiten will rir-e siiglrly during the
next IS lio'tis. At .bd!n--onvIl!e wll
cr.mini f.iliing during the roxt ;c, to
4S hours.
The Mississippi F:v in bfiow
Louis to Cairo, will continue rising f.u
several lays.
W. E. BARRON.
Obesrevr.
Ths Peril of Reformer.
Many a reformer perishes in the re
moval of rucbish and that makes the of
leneivenes. of the class. They are
partial; th.y are not equal to the
work they sretend. Tiiev lose their
way; In ti assault cn the kinudr.n:
of darkness they fX;-ad ail their en
ergy on soa.e accidemal evil, and lose
heir sanity and power of benefit
R. U'. Kmc, son, in "Now England Re
formtis.'"
WILL PUT AN END TO DYSPEPSIA
AND STOMACH DISTRESS FOREVER
Miserable indeed is the man cr
woman whose digestive system is, un
strung who go-R to the table and
tan not eat. or what little Is eaten
seems to fill them and lays like a
lemp of lead in the stomach, refusing
to digest.
If you, dear reader, suffer this way
and will put on your wraps now and
get from your pharmacist a fei- tnt
case of Pape's Diapepsin and eat one
22-grain Triangulo afttr your next
meal you would appreciate, five min
utes later, how long you suffered mi
necessarily.
There will be no more Indigestion
no misery in the stomach no
sour risings or belchinng of Gas. no
Heartburn, Flatulency or Eructation
of undigested food and acid or feeling
of Nausea. Fullness, Headache or
other symptoms of a weak.ie, Ktun-ach.
btomaca trouble aad
vanish like st;aw b -fore the blaziiu
sun.
w li' n l.u.ipetiS'n works your Sloni
ach I sts f;f-ts its.-If in (,rde-. y
lie s p'nifies and ywee'eiw a so
.stti'i'ach fiesh.-ns the int'Mjn
witliMit the iisii of I.a-n'i;, ;u
ie,n is more. n. in "teas. -s He ga-trii
J'liees. I his 's w hat yciir sf-irmn h i
heitgifi'4 for mi re aad letter dig
juieis. i nis is wtiiit lll.li-ies vol
hungry and v:,nt to eat. and ymi ( ;i
rest assure !:at yen then , at wi
i,.. ...i ..... ...
lur.i ii i-aie in propi-riy an l n..t
left in the ston.n. h to ferment air
tern to pas I ai 1 I. and poison tin
breath with n-i e. ;-s.
C t -1 r.e tit ease f; m) (. .Irt'H
gist now von cught to ha Diane;,
iooui tin n.mse al'.vays. SheuM
y"ir fa'idly cat si m thit.p
li'i's m t j.er? with him ot
Live a Seer Str, nai-ii or K
sin i
one of
which
hc;-. cr
ces.-ive (Jus. ei;i. t-;,nL"i!.
in.iig stii.n was give imtn. d;ate relit f.
will
I f i rr,.uV- '.w - .
There was present His lion
Mnvor Parse ns, an 1 Aldenn .vt Koeh-
ler. Magner, Purke, pi-rgi'son. Or a
nev. Oorman, Kelly, Thi-Mewond,
N'cllis. Davis, Cannon nnd Meelian.
The mayor stated he had rec -ived
a com iiunii atiiiii from 4 he Oli-icitig
r.a'vd ef t!v iuri? Ballot I .ensue, giv
nig a list of names of cltir.ens from
w hem the League wished t have the
i unci i elect on.e judge jtu.I one cli fx
of election in each ward, lie said the
League had decided not to attend
the council inciting in a holy as hid
wen suggested, but to leav the tna
. ' entirely in the hands of the city
.cunei!. He was pbaseil to have
cith-ens take an active interest in cl-y
affairs and make such sugge-ti
:'ri in time to time as thev deemed
proper for the Guidance cf their re;
resentatives. if such sug:est:ou
were mane in the proper spirit.
The expense l iil of the deleg-iti n
tr Fait can was present '.I. aiinnint-
nr- to $314. !)o. on account of tjuaran
tine. it. was allowed w ith other hi! s
I ho ipavr.r s i;d he bad wor t from
n' ef the committef men appi Inted
by the Illinois mayors to visit Spring
field in the interest of n tu-w revenue
law. that tbi re would l'e a m etiii;
.if the committee in Sprinsflebi today.
sef wia if anything could be .1. it"
it the pivsen- session of the genera'
assembly, toward gittina: a law
Mirseil. He hoped that a law werd
'-e adopted which would relieve the
":ti s of the state which are in the
same position as Toiro, ;uid if this
was done, Cairo ought to fake adv.vi
tg1 of it. The mayor will probaMy
go to Springfie'.l today.
The annual tax levy ordinance v.a1-'
ndr.pte.l. calling for $ I2."o0 for co---oration
taxes, and two mills f c r
Mlrrary tax'.
Ti e paving ef labor at city pumi s
wei klv Wfi s ant i e f -!.
Ordinance to reduce salary of cit;
treasurer to $13 r tnotith was lab'
ve- on motion of Aldermen Neilis
ind Tfivis.
Ord'nonce reducinir salary of c'f
ittrrney to $23 per month was lab1
ner on motion of Aldermen Tiurke
ind T h 1ST if word
Pet if fens for transfer cf He.- nse?
'mm E. P. Fitzgerald. Thomas Oard
r aid Nichols & Steeg, and for new
icinso for Cairo P.rfwlng com nan v
IWIMK YEARS
OLD IS K. 11 It. C
ANNIVCFSARV CCLETBRATEO 3Y
CRAND BANQUET. MUSIC
AND SPEECHES
S
GOOD II S
IK PKSHTHI
CITIZENS PURE BALLOT LEACUE
ASKC. COUNCIL FOR REPRESENTATION.
Judre Butler and W. D. Huctte Prin
cipal Speakers H. H. Hal!:d.iy
W.s Toastmaster Cul
ver's Eand Pressnt.
Li'-t cf NaT.ti For Each Wad Fr:
Which One JuJre
Cl-rk is to
Chosen.
and
Cue
v,-.
were granted.
Petition for saloon lieens at Nine
centh and Pnjdar streets wa no'
repoited on. nnd action was deferrei'
by committee.
Petition of A. T. Alkenn for dratr
-hop license ar Planters Hou-e als
wholesale license, was laid over or
vote cf committee.
Alderman NePis started tp.i uiin'
rcvlde about rniairlng or r"liiildi.ie
r-Tiporary walks. He wanted a walk
enair. 1 en Nineteenth street, then
Vidi-rman Cannon wanted one re
aired in Tw-ntv. third street; Al.br
tan Magnrr said Thirty-fourth stree'
The K. M. K. C. had a grand d
.r.-traiiou last night at their hall
elebiatiiiu of 'he list annlversar.v
he birth cf the organi.'at ion
Heir annual bannin t and as ustri! i
... . ... l
was attended by a hi st or yu 4 u l-1
lows who tuicu' I the affair only as.
i gn at throng ef co: ;;e:iial spiriis j
an, when all are detcruiLnd to hav
a good time and see l;ial every t:i'.
has a good time. Ori-at Orand Jlogt.l
Peter bind was in nr. charge cf
he affair, and he had able assistant-.
t'here wore present at Cue festrl
joaid nearly : tii-mbt rs and init".l
gue.m.s wmi H. 11. Halbdiiy as ' ,..-t-
inuister. .Mr. Il.tliiilav is a i-iev-r loa ..-
raster and had made an in'o re.-,ti: g
program, tho eX'-cvtieu f wi-.ich, al
'cr the feast, made the hours tly r.tp-
idly. .Music by t'ulvu's band eK'tsed
the exercises, followed by an address
by O. O. SI, Lind. wh.o mid brieily
what the Krew had ih.
b'st yi ar or so. Amoi
nuiyi r and
lit;, cr.nncil
hibrs f !:.
each
have
i Pr r,
V.:u tt.
cf I
'as
tneml er
r.'c.ive,!
1 nt
Pur
M
J o
w.
Oil
king that rr- j ;d '
n ea.h ward, for tin
irg thing:,
Ule'itb
.Mr. Sate,
pt i.tilar te:
hanuueters
inii.resi.-v.-!
P," and
.ledge W.
tile acou
,iun::g
hi in
ion i t
O
Ji.
el
ii v stn:.rer.
wi'h two
r. fidertd.
('oo. i live
N. Put ler
on.
o
I a:
-i'K.!:t to have like attention
nan Keiley t-a;,
- ', Tw
Md-r
Twenty. first. Twen
nfv-third, Twentv
'tai
it. 3
: -CCLLES FIRST LESSON
1; urmpgwiE DIMPLES
Scert f-om 'Little Dollie Dimp e" at Ca rs opera
nee and Nijjht, March 13.
house Saturday mati
fourth. Twentv-tifth and Twetstv--ivth
str-ets shcnld have walks re
.;:ir'd. and Ald-mian Ferguson ' sai '
li-ie was a wa'k nee, led e.n Cedar
tr-'it. The whole mattr was finally
-of- rred to the eity engineer and
fleet crnmiit'ee.
Alderman 'Median called ntte'dicp
o the trimming-! rrom trees belns
..'! et) on paved strr-.ds wagn
".a Is of if i:i one pile, and asked p
t was, the sene of the city council
hat the city rmcbt to remove sue''
ubbish. No action was taken.
On motion ef Alderman C,rivu-
he in. ner was directed to consult
"ith Attorney I.ff.p as to rf-rang---
eiurs t.) ,io the eitvs g"!icral 1
' ork.
Sanio abbrman said ther wa- a
''Tieral fr-ling that th city conn-i!
as net giving tho attention that I
houh I to the matter f,f increasing
he e-jti's revenue. Some wo.-ks ng-1
V council had adopted a ns du i n
aliin' for a cen-,u"tat!on Iwtwco"
pn seiitafives of tho banks, the
fcliants f.rnchef.n romnt'tA- nn.i
it'- cou!K-i', to co over the si'uxtirn
fid d-ise so'iv plan cf procutin..
ere i-iori"v. X. thine ha.1 h-.n .Inn.
'de- this resolution and he moved
iaf the confere,:r.p )0 hnli af a
iriv ,'p.te. rariie.i.
Mr Pb-h, of the Hbh Construction
"lii'anv, .-.sko.i that the comuil al
w Jim for Thirty s-cond stte t
w. r. ttliioj, W!1S rnmplete,!. It was
" " i-i.-T Tins bad to come from
oi.d cf l.roa! Improvement, aid
..iw.t srate,! that the Hoard would
hoot today.
Savored t.ie
title si 1 'elie'is,
"Si'lg Me To
Sweetheart",
pai 1 t lc Kie v
i high conipiitnent. He said this wvs
h.e fourth of their bar-pu ts he ha
.mended and he had been highly eu-
fertamed at ail. He recalled the meni-
irable demons' ra'ions the Krew made
when the Concord and Nashville wei
lere when 'hey so splendidly erier-
taineii the ui,-n i f these ships, and
i heir officers. While the spirit of
ievny might seem to predominate in
he order, yet there must be some ser
ous virtu,, in the order which couid
ive 41 years, for only that which wa
t minted on serious tilings wa te-r-
larenu And he felt that tlnn Vvas
serious iurpose or fouudat ion for
thi.-i great organization, the spirit of
friendship, cf charity, and of broth-
rly love. He spoke elocpient iy of the
Krew'a charl'ntde work in creating
the fund from which the poor were
elie-ved by a committee of ladies.
A song by Joseph Raeth was one of
the treats of the evening.
W. P. Huefto was then called cn.
and, as usual, w as equal to the o -
asion. He is a candidate for niemb-T-
1 1 : 1 j in ine Krew, and said he wa"
glad to pet. in with such a !he
bunch, because It would ke p him
from getting old. He regret p. I to sav
there were a few members who were
not keeping up the reputation of th:
organization. Like Judge Butler he
hal heard some lad'es talking about
ome of the Krew members. Th
eomont generally was favorable, but.
they had exptesed the bidb-f that
Charley Feuchti-r ami K"ed Green
were "dead ones." fn a mere serl-.rs
vein Mr. Jin. tte also complime.itod
the Krew on i's chairty work, in
-eo,i-feno:-hip and its domooratc
1 at i- ti r.
Wa'ter If. Wood sjioke happily for
the press. ;.ml he was followed by
other speakers and more music.
The luncheon was erne of the best
the Krew has had, consisting of al!
-ort'5 of toothsome meats, salads and
ride dilhes. It was preparl 1 and
'.erv - d under the direction of (ire-at
Orand Caterer Hank Ooettle.
i f
'nJ
iiiiot !
a Ml
cier'. ui ea .ii war. I, lor me i o :- t
', ): ei: eiMticn, be chosen f r on a1
'' t i f n tnies suhtnited by the l.ea.'tie.
The 1 tier an! the names are as b 1-
hws:
C::ir. PI.. March !th. 1H"M. j
10 tne Honor it'le .Mayor rn l .Venn-1
b. rs cf the Citv Council if t'.;. Ci
of Cairo. Ills.
Pear Sirs: At n meetin.r of the!
!""!'! ting Pearl of the Citizens Pure,'
Ihiliet Le:ut:e, it was d.'eme.i pro;. or
f t- the I'urpose of aiding in the gi ,vl .
work wh'ch tlia Pure r-ilb t I ea ire
is om'ani.ed for. to request of v.uir'
livaoiaiile lb d v that m t b'-s t'.a i
i ;e Kb ction .hidse and or ;' Clerk 'n ;
each vrurd of tile city (of this - to be
; ! ointed ly yor I le taken from t :e
li t ef b. tines of each war? ie
s. trtivelv. as herein encle.-'d. 'iMt
t' is end in vimv. we m.,, t r s; e t
''I'v aslt your favorable cousi.'e'a
liei, also your co-opei ntUm in t' is
n . t.-r for the next eity election to
fi'--. pla.-e in April l:ie:i.
Ri spei tfu'i.v. t
fi-iu.nU W. H. liri-lTTn.
l'resi.lnt. j
Citizens Pure Ballot League.
List of Name. j
First Ward -.Indies: Win, Mell.i'o, '
3 d n F. Hector. Jii lg0 or clerk: P.
I. Puree!!. J. ('. Crowiey. Win. Hint.
Ob rk: ('has. ..Schutter.
feci ml Ward .lad-jcs: Peter Pan".1
Miles F. Ciibeit, Alfred Comings. :
Chis. Femditer. Clerks: F. P. Ac r.
.. W. Smith. W. B. Paths. ?. C. Par-
I
Third Ward Judge; L.
Myers. John C Glade, A.'olph Kau'-:
m-n. Frank Spencer. Cie -k; s. .. j
Pcttf-v. T. J. Pryof, R .J. Suart. j
V'.ui th Ward Judges: ). s. W.
Carey. W. L. T'tistol. Win. McFweii.
Clerks: Frit.. Hagey, ('has. Wong r. I
Kl. P. Powell.
Fifth Ward Judge; Jains Mori-',
r:- P'tehanan, W. P. June. CI nk:
John- D. wey, o. v. Kirki tide. Otto
Falir.
Six Ward Judge or Clerk: K.
D. Matthews, Thos. O'Sln a. Tins.
Howicv, "V. S. Simps, n. L. R. fn.fi-
''. t-- it. . Penmbaker. M.
The greatest asset yoo have is
your strength. Yon caul afford
to give out It is a vital necessity
that you have your nervjus and
muscular system in perfect order
to withstand the constant wear
and tear of your daily work.
The fines! tissue builder and strength
creator is Vino!, a Cod Liver prepa
ration that has the greasy, nauseat
ing oil eliminated onty the valuable
medicinal properties beinfl combined
with pepfonate o! iron. Its use will
keep you in health and strength.
DEBILITY
results from a weakened con-
dlllon due to imperfect diges
tion, l&ck of nutrition or over
work. Vinol btrenQtiiens the
digestive organs, creates a
healtby appetite and makes
new blood. Ycu lose that fa
tigue, weakness and run duivn
feeling when you t.Uic Vinol.
NERVOUSNESS
Is a complaint that can be read
ily overcome by using Vinol.
It repairs broken down nerve
tissue ami builds stronjj.htaltfcy
nerves that enable you to with
stand the worries and annoy-
IJIIAIN FAG
won't cttack you If you repair
used-up nerve force with Vinol.
Vinol puts strength Into your
system it gives you vitality
and energy it nourishes your
brain nd body and keeps you
hi a perfect state of health it
citacMy re-establishes strength
alter any severe Illness.
DYSPEPSIA
is due to derangement ol the
dijestive organs and their In
ability to assimilate nourish
ment. Vinol strengthens the
overtaxed aad weakened di
gestive nerves and helps your
ances unavoidable lu business. Momuch do its work.
VINOL QUICKLY CURES A COLO AMD STOPS A COUGH
f
0 m M If Ik
YOUR r.IONEY BACK IF VINOL FAILS TO HELP YOU
Paul G. Sthuh & Sons, Bruoijisis, Cairo, III.
You can get Vinol at the Leading Dr Stares in every Town and City in
This Stnte.
1 ijv!pv.
H-vuHi War.! Jii.lijr. e.r
.T;:-ne8 Curry, J.. k. Jie.nisr n,
Cunnint'ham. Clias. Lancaster
Nule, Milos S. CUhovt, S;).l;1
f-f-nsilfn, C'lv.Io Suiii
J.
Woman's Dual Desth.
Wjl .11- ifr -n IV.icr; f.. ,V lll.'lt sh
fili;s '..i' i-'i ilu- t'ay ili.,t she eea-a
tu :.;,-. l ail .l-H-qilc:; Wtiris.
frc; l!:.
. Ilil Hi'
Pi c'e.erce.
i:i v. ..ii: 1 lathe-r )mv small
a '!;::: ijiili aciU,i!utUUOtt
le.n Henfro, Dr.
MhV-al Ecan.
Henry
ri.-ik:
W. (!.
.1. W.
Kisi rr.
van, .N'i r-Iavls,
All In a N3mc,
Many a yuun' nan .starling mil to
Ohwuht Hi'1 world riiiisl'lvi liims,.r
an Alexainlrr, when In., iy in n-aliiy imt
a liruart AI-'c I'liek.
"T
e.v,
In at tr.c Death,
ere is much at ,;tali(" F,ii,l th,.
;it;u.i'i. us lie it 1 I J i t ( ln Imch t
f:.i iK-ie iic- -Yulu ltecoril.
.New York'3 Silfs Clerks.
.V.-.- - k h:s ; (!.artiufnt stores
tliai ;,iv il.n.i'i pi-rsfitig.
True Usefulness.
o onp la useless la the worhl who
lightens tho hurden of it fur auyoni
Pl.t-. Dicl;cii3.
CANT REMOVE JUNJIN
Authorities Fear for Safety of Negro
Who Murdered Clara Rosen in
Ottumwa, Iowa.
Ofuniwa. Iowa. Mare-h 9 Jelin .lua
i.in, ih,- ii'!f'oiifes.s(,I iuHnlrr ef
"luiit ItoKfii. was not brought to Ot
;in:iva to-iiht for arraignment. Act
ins; iii,n the- U'lvicf of hisi (i"niics
Sheriff Jackson ,n, not att,.;ni't to
take .la: kin frorvj the Siajourcy jail
.vhi-re h k)k riff sai.l ho w ill be kf'tt
until fimortunity was afforilfil for
itiieily bi ingis him hi r for arraign
ment. Trow, Is loitered around tho station
tonight exix ctiris to see- the prisoner.
Officers are preparing to take extra
Iirecaulirms to mini. I the prisoner
h -r. he is brought here for trial.
Gloomy View of Mankind.
"I may be kind o- harsh in my Judg
ment cf mn," observed T.'ncle J-rry
eel,i,.s -UXjl Vxp ri--i(.t,(ji a a general
'"i.K. :-' ar a rii;
sis hat."
a t any better than
l". rrt fers.-t i I.e. cr-an r-ci'ul nf S.
V 'lick-s church M-.reh 17 by Anuri
as Er-.,iet rKnllj:.ti A,friil f.
' vn, of St. Louis.
CYCLONE Jl GEORGIA
K.-r of Town of Cuthhert Destroyed
With Six Neqroes Killed and
Thirty Persons Hurt.
Outiih-r;. r:.i . March P. Tho n-nh-vectern
f ecth v. f Cuthbrt wai
struck by a cyclone at 8:'") ton'' t
and p'uicst totally .Vstroyed.
pofween seventy live at.l ore Inn-,i,-ed
dwelling nnd business hrjusn
wer? de.it roved. Most of the razed
r-r-Mcirrs aio in tho noj;ro sottl-.
r.ierit. Six persons are dead and p: r
Ti! s thirty seriously injured. No
whites w, re killed ro far as known
t"ni-ht, and half a dozen were more?
cr h ss injured. I
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Conic in and see our Safety Deposit I'.oxcs in our I'.urlar Proof 'ault,
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