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TIIK DAILY CAIHO BULLETIN: SAT UUP AY MOUSING, MAY 23, 1S7A
y It. SMITH, J It, 31. I.
Office Mini Rral-li'W't :
NO. il TI11BTKKNTH HTMCKT. CAIRO. tl.I..
J W. DINNING, M.D.
Offlc ami RMlclenw.
OKKK R-N. W. cor. SUIh .. wiir Oblo I.cvw.
HKHUKSC K-Vornor Wnlnitt und Mnili nrwin.
It. K. V. WHITLOCK,
OrricK-No. 1M CiimmcrrUl Avvmic between
Kluhth mid Ninth hin-i'ii".
)U. W. C. JOCELYN,
DKFR'K- KlalHh Street, near Commi-rclnl Avenue.
O 1. WHEELER,
liFFlfK-Ohln I.t'vcfl. hot. Fourth nml Slsth t.
- 1NKUAU 6i LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 11!) Ciimmcrrml Avenue.
f tf-WV ure authorized to announce II. (', l.OF
1.1 N h candidate for Sheriff nf Alexander county,
Hiilijwt to the decision of the people at the election
In NoviuiiIht iifxt.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFIUAI. PAPKROF TIIK CITY ANI COUNTY.
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JAMES M WAT-OS.
S'TL-'t Slit. Service. C. S. A.
The first wheat of the season was cut
in Pulaski county yesterday.
The Craig murder trial occupied the
attention of the Circuit Court yc-tcrday.
The opening speech was made and exam
ination of w itnesses followed. '
Treasurer Aldcn is paying cash on idl
county orders issued since hist November
special term. lie paid out the last cent he
had last evening to jurors, lie will resume
just as soon as Sheriff Saup provides him
with another supply.
Mrs. Dr. Wardner, who has Van tit -lendiii''
the Social Science convention at
Cincinnati, has been placed upon the com
mittee on dependent and vagrant children.
This is one of the the standing committees
that will rejM.rt in 1ST!).
Messrs. C. (), Patier & Co. will com
mence work on their new building. Com
mercial avenue, near Nineteenth, about the
1st jirov. The building will be eighty-five
feet deep, twenty-live feet front, and two
iNtoritfS in height. When finished this, firm
will have a frontage of seventy-five feet
by adejith of one hundred and twenty-five
feet. The building will be ready for oc
cupation by the middle of July,
- An iimusinjj sight was witnessed on the
levee day before yest'-rday. A colored
drayman, in driving up the levee, manngjd
to allow a hogshead of tobacco to roll from
his dray. It started for the water, w ith the
darkey in close pursuit. When within a few
yards of the water's edge he gave it a dex
terous "cut," which saved the tobacco, but
sent himself sailing through the air like it
Hying trapeze. Ife was uninjured, howev
er, and was greeted by the bystanders w ith
ajiplanse for his pliu-k and skill.
Tli' Hibernian tire comjiany owns its
engine house and the two lots on which the
house stands on Thirteenth street, between
Poplar street and Commercial avenue. The
house and lots y be rallied off at an early
day. The coniiany has bought other lots
and is now jiutting up a new house. It
will dispose of the old house and lots in
the wmv idxivo mentioned, thus giving to
our citizens an opportunity to help the
coiiii:iny, and tit the same time a chance to
obtain for a dollar or two valuable property
near the custom house.
A 'titiim is being signed, praying for
nn amendment to the ordinances inhibit
ing the use of tire crackers torpedoes,
sipiibs, etc., at any time within the city
limits. All right. Now, let us have an
ordinance irohibiting boys. The former
can lu.'Vi r be accoinilis!ii'i until the latter
is n ti.c l fact. The wise heads of jilaces it
tntle larger than Cairo have attempted to
solve this knotty problem, and the results
in each place have been attended with dis
tres.mg uniformity that is, that boys will
be boy. and that boys will enthuse in their
own way on the olorinus Fourth regard
less of ordinances, or those whose duty it
is to eiil'oice tliein.
-Two brothels, negroes, by the inline of
Li'Valley, one of whom lives on Twciitvlii'st
street and the other at Mound .Inaction
got Into a fuss over a money matter, about
eight o'clock last night, at. the corner nf
Twenty-first sltcct and Washington aveniK
t i I. . . . ...
.loim i.evaiicy, tin' one who miiKes his hoini
at tin' .Illinium, slashed his Cairo brother
across the alidoman with a inor, inflicting
h painful and dangerous wound, from which
the Cairo Levelley suffered the loos of
great di;l of blood. The assailant succeed
I'd in g' ltingiiway, although sever.. I o'ih
were on his track.
Dining the course nf Brother McCart-
ney's remarks til the Rot'orm c lult last nijilit,
hi; stated that upon an occasion recently lit
Metropolis he :iw Imt one drunken man,
ami that man was from Kentucky. But ho
forgot to fttate the whole, truth; or rather,
perhaps, nioveil ly that charity for which
Mac Is proverbial, lie preferred to cover the
personality of the i.nehriated man with the
mantle of oblivion. In this case, however,
it is it worthy motive, unworthily applied.
Knowing the man, wo can tell no lie ulmut
him. He was ti Radical editor from Pudu
cah, and we have discharged our duty in
giving proper publicity to the fact.
The Sun says: "To talk politic
over the graves of dead heroes, is the talk
now days. Lot all Democrats turn out,
and plan the campaign that is to make Il
linois Democratic in a horn." ''To talk
politics over the graves of dead heroes, is
the talk now days" of no one but Radicals.
They grasp at every chance to unfurl the
tatters of what is left of the bloody sl,:rt
with the desperation of a drowning man
clutching at a straw. When a Democrat is
mentioned in connection witli the oratori
cal exercises of Decoration Day there is an
uplifting of hands in holy surprise, if not in
horror. The Democrats are not in need of
the cheap capital which may be manufac
tured out of these affairs, and would not use
it if they could; but there is no sound rea
son, that we arc aware of, why the ameni
ties und courtesies of ordinary life should
be banished on an occasion sacred to the
memory of the dead.
Waxtki a bug picker, ut Hird'sPni'it,
on the (.'. A. & T. It. 1!. Inquire of Archi
bald Stuart, Bird's Point, Mo.,
Bi.axk Mrsic Pai'K!!; Small Framed
Mottoes, at Pyatt &, I'o.'s, Twelfth and
A i.ovki.y landsca)..', all dotted over with
unsightly boulders, is not more unpleasant
to the sight than i. a human face disfigured
with bumps and pimples, those prime evi
dences ot imjuiritiy of the blood. Dr.
Bull's Blood Mixture will remove all such
Hotel Piioi-ehtv Foil Sali: on I'knt.
The wi-ll-known Alto House, at Alt Pass.
Ills., a bargain ami upon easy terms. Reg
ular Dining Place for trains on the ('.and St.
L. It. It. Delightfully situated and possess
ing all the requisites of a popular Summer
Restort. It is Ht once a pleasant home and
a remunerative business; title perfect. Ad
dress the A'i.to HorsK, Alto pass. 111.
MKIiTIXOOK C1T1ZKNS AT MOl Nl) 1 I I V To
MAKK AIIUANOKMKVI'S loll IIS I'llol'KU
(KI.KlIltATIOS. AITOINTMKST OK COM
At a meeting of the citizens held in the
City Council room to make arrangements
or Decoration Day, Dr. N. I!. Casey was
elected chairman and Ed. S. Ackcrnian,
secretary, and the following jirocecdings
On motion the chair apjiointcd the fol
COM MITTF.K OK AllllAVlEMKNTS.
It. Frigan.a, G. F. Meyer. Kerren Do'.en,
ten. Stoltz and I). D. Harris.
Geo. Mertz, JasBoren and.Iol.n Lincgar.
N. It. Casey, J. W. Morris, Dan'l Hogan.
B. L. L'leti and John McDowell.
COMMITTEE OS H.OW KIIS.
Mrs.Tibbs, Mrs. Bean, Mrs. Hainblcton,
Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Ed. S. Ackcrnian, Mrs.
Mertz, Mrs. Kelsey, Mrs. A. M. Brown, Mis.
Spence, Mrs. G. W. Morris, Mrs. Montgom
ery. Mrs, Deiew, Mrs. pollock, Mrs. S. O.
ewis. Mrs. Price, Mis. Olmstead, Mrs.
Jackson, Mrs. Cleinson, Mrs, I). ,1. ttrjU
Mrs. Jiickard. Mrs. House, Mrs. Briekcll,
Mrs. Isreal Sanderson and Mrs. S.J.Moore.
COMMITTEE OS MI SIC.
W. L. HamUeton. W. J. Price ami Ed.
COMMITTEE OS TIIASSI'OUTATIOS,
Geo. E. Mertz, N. It. Casey, James John
son, F. A. Miller, Cairo, and Cliff. Arnett.
A general invitation is extended to all to
bring what flowers they can.
On motion tin' secretary was instructed to
have the jirocecdings nf this meeting tilt
lishi d in the Patriot. Cairo Argus-Journal.
Sun and Bi i.i.etis.
On motion ndjhurnedto meet on Tuesday
evening. May 3th.
N. It. Caey. Chairman.
Ed. S. Ackeuma.v, Si c'y.
'May your troubles be little ones, :in t
limy you always have Dr. Bull's Baby Syruj
handy," said an old bachelor t a mwly
Ri ssia and sea Nkiii nn ket books, al
liums, etc., at Pyatt & Co.'s, Twelfth and
Mil. F. KoltsMKYElt is jllst in receipt of
a Very large and select stock of Key West
nml imported cigars, to which he calls the
special attention of smokers.
Persons having cisterns damaged by the
late storm can have the same lcjiaired or
new ones built roiiij11y and tit juices to
suit the times by calling c.i or by addresing
the undersigned through P. O,
J. S. Hawkins.
LivEUY A Sai.i, Si mii.i.s. Put Fitger
aid, at the cornet of Fmiileentii street and
Commercial avenue, otfcis to the public the
best livery rig in Southern Iliinnis, nt the
luo.t reasonable rates. Orders niay be sent
lis 'Jhiyc. witii assurance tout tney Will
THE REFORM CLUB LAST NIGHT.
IIEM.VIIKS IIY MKSSHS. AYEItS ASO M'CAUTNKY
A LIMIT ATTEXDA.NCE.
The meeting of the Reform club was not
largely attended last night. The reasons
for this can probably be traced to two
causes the ruin which began to fall imme
diately after dark and the enervating
sultriness prevailing throughout the day.
Mr. W. P. Wright, in opening the meet
ing, alluded to the absence ( f the president,
and also to sickness in Mr. W. F. McKoo's
family. Through the latter cause, tho regu
lar musical features of the club
would have to be omitted, but ho
relied upon the assistance of those
present to make tint meeting enter
taining and agreeable, and called upon Mr.
S. I). Ayers to come forward, ami give those
jireseiit the benefit of a talk.
In the meantime, Miss .Fannie Barclay,
yielding to the solicitations of the officers
of the club, went to the organ, and the
hymn, ''All Hail our Jesus' Name," was sung
from the club slijis by the audience.
Mr. Ayers then came forward and remark
ed tlr.: he hardly knew what to say. He
had come there without the cxiectation of
making a speech, and, consequently, what
he would have to say would be of a scat
tering and desultory nature. One of the
objections most often urged to the cause of
temjH'i'Miice was. the speaker said, that if
success should award its efforts, it would
materially curtail the revenues of counties
and municipalities from license sources
and. therefore, increase the tax on real
jiroju-rty. I'nfortunately. he said, there
were not many cases to cite in contrad'clion
of this line of argument, for the cities
where the liiitior traffic was entirely ju'o
hibited were few in number. But among
the h.tter he instanced Portland. Me., as
best illustrating the truth set forth by tein
jierance jenle that a decreased coiisUlili
tion ( f liquor w as inevitably followed by a
lessening of crime. At Portland no revenues
to the ju-.'ph- had been derived from liij'lor
selling: yet the decrease in . crime, jiait
t'crisiii. and the map'fohl evils
that are the offspring of intemjier
iince, had more than compensated for th..t
los in a iecuninry sense, overlooking en
tirely the advantage gained to the moral
condition of the community: while it was a
fact, suseejitiblf of jiroof, that real property
in Portland was constantly increasing in
value. In other cities St. Louis. Chicago,
New York, Cincinnati cities that derived
revenue from the sale of liquor, there had
been, during the same jieriod, a continued
and marked decrease in the jroiei1y spoken
of. It is also worthy of mention, that the
taxes are to-day lighter ill Portland, in jiro
portion to its jiojiuhitioii than in any of the
cities named, or in fact of any city of
equal size in the country. The sjienker
n fcrrcd to the condition of af
fairs in IYrtifiiid as refuting the
objections to the telupei aii(le cause, men
tioned in opi ning his remarks. Mr. Ayers
then went on to say that in the course of
his reading he came across, the other day,
an old tempi -ranee lecture one of the most
successful ever delivered. It Was founded
upon an old Mosaic law. or laws, rather
which are the fund' tehtal bases of all
laws and immutable in their character
tin' exact language of which, he srd. he
was not able to recall, forgetting, doubtless,
to seek the aid of The Bi i.i.etis anibas
sudor, whoso duty it is to have the scriji
tures always at his tongue's end, as becomes
a ivjirt'seiitative of the only i ally religi
ous paper in these jinrt. But Mr. A. gave
the substance. As nearly as We call Down-collect,
the texts of iassages referred to
are tin se :
If nn i'K sore a man or twimuii. that tlicytiie. then
llico- mail lie sui-.'ly sloacd. ami hi flesh ..!i,i
not he eaten; Imt tht'imui rortlji' nt shall lie null.
Hut if lie; O'c were until to puli nltli lil horn In
Hun past, ami it Inth lieen IcstluVil to hi nute-i'.
nml he hath not Uepl him In. Imt Unit he hath ki!!-
eil a man or n woman, the o shall lie Mutual nml
!;! (mm r aNn sliall he put to ihailh.
Mr. A. Used the text to illustrate the like
ness of the lucn w ho deal out the "devil in
solution" to the owner of the ox who knows
its dangerous character, ami by giving it
license to roam at large endangers the life
of the individual. The jvirallcl whs strong
ly draw n and was effective with the audi
ence. He was followed by Mr. McCartney, of
Mi tropoiis, the matter of whose sjieech was
good, while the manner of its delivery was
excellent. He referred to the majority of
teinperanceorators as always having experi
ences to relate of the infamies into which
they had fallen, and of the blessings of their
rescue. Iii bis case there was noth
ing of this. He had never tast
ed intoxicating liquor. He then re
ferred, in complimentary terms to
the character of Mr. Avers' remarks, and
gave some interesting data concerning Cairo
during its jieriod of iiitetiiieran("' and
w hile he was juiisecuting attorney, followed
by a history of the tellijieniiice cause in
Pulaski, Massac and Johnson counties. His
remarks were full of in' 'rest, and lie con
cluded by an eloquent njipeal to those who
had not yi t joined to come forward and
enroll themsep e iM the great army.
At the conclusion of his remarks Mr.
Wright staled that a business IneetillgW'ollld
be held on Tuesday evening inAI.
Singing followed, r,nd the meeting short
ly afterward came to a ( lose,
I.KI I'IKCol.KMAN'S I.ACMi: V.
M:s, Lottie Coliinaii has reojieiied her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington mid Coiuini reial avenues, and tak;
this mi tliod of in!'.iitiii:ie her old I'liemU
and i:itr,.ns that she i ngaill at their si r
vii i s, and solicits their patronage. She
l as '. diced J'liees t.i suit til" fillies,
14insr-( lass day lionrd ut the Planters'
House J'cr month.
Pautk ci.au attention given to wringing
pajier, slates, pencils, at Pyatt it (Vs.,
Twelfth and Washington avenue.
Lahokst and finest line of iaieteries in
the city, at Pyatt & (Vs., Twelfth and
A new German school will be opened on
the first of June, 178, at the old German
win Nil-house, on Fourteenth street. Parents
wishing to send their children there can not
have it better ojijiortunity. Also an evening
school will be ojicncd. Ladies and gentle,
men wishing to learn the German or French
languages, will do well to take advantage
of this ojijMirtunity. Terms moderate, ac
cording to the times. For particulars ml
dress lock box tfl!l. P. M. FiiiEDEiucii,
Sami'I.k boxes for merchants, at Pyatt &i
(Vs., Twelfth mid Washington avenue.
Hakwood & Sos's Professsional dead
ball, also, the bounding rock, at Pyatt i
Co.'s, corner Twelfth street and Washington
Bltteu. A large lot choice dairy butter,
for 10 cents per pound, at
Al.OEX, Giiaves A- Co.'s.
The Ladies of the German Catholic Con
gregation of Cairo will give a May Festival
at Scheel's Garden on Tuesday, May for
the benefit of their chuich nml school. Ice
cream, lemonade, strawhci.-ies, etc., in fact
everything in the refreshment line, will be
"l abundance, for the ladies w ill sjiare no
time to have everything ill good style, su
everyone that comes will have a jileasant
time. A No. 1 string band will ilay nil after
noon and evening.
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DR. J. J. CORDON, Medical Advisoii. THOMAS LEWIS, Ski rktaiiy,
BOARD OF MANAGERS.
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j : 1 ' n 1 1 1 -1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 , -1 1 1 '.' -, 1 ' ' 1 1 llllltalliltl".
Ml di'iilei" Inn lie.' nr selling iitlii'i plie.' Inlian n
In , iilie.' a In, i'l or 1 1 n 1 . 1 1 1 1 , liiii' l. iv, i, In Mi,-ni., ,
llll'ite lo Hie pi'llilltv nl Hi" law, ami all pernli" vil"
till I II'. "HI1 tiaile llllllk" ate pllllMlllhle liy line at, d
lm,l",iiilii,'t,i ,,, i ,, I'm, .',,. Ait'.v 1 1. I;ii
Tii" 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . I f I r 1 1 . . v ; t TIN T.MI Toll.M III
, n I," ill-lit, " 1 1 -1 1 1 1 lie a TIN T.Mi on fiich luiiip.
V llli Hie word 1,1 HI II I LA III! "'miiped Hierenli.
1 1 . i ; oss tin," iiilim en .iild In )',; , ami nearly
'i.imi pi'txui" l UiploH'd In liicloili .
TaV". paid I ,ov ot iiito'iit In is", ule, til fl,"l.'io,,
ii'.il dt'ilte: pint 1. yiaii.. oV"r -.o.n i.ooil.
Tie " . "old l,v all I'd, In !' ul liiiililllai till'i l'"'
"The TIN T.i s-MiiKINH Tnll.Ml'O .
'i int t"",e" Ii, ii i't tii.. iiilaliii1". purity mill
Ml'.S. E. ('. KOIII),
I. I'. AVIIES,
str.'ct and Cemmeri-lai nvemic. Winters' IiI.rIj.
I'KV iioofis. nr.
( ;oI.DSTLK A-
Tlie lai irrst li"lnali' ami i t tail Dry
(iooiNaud Clotliiij Hniisc in tin'. City;
ale iiM i'iv in i- new (mods daily und arc
ortoi itii.'i.M'i at liaiaiiis in tin-must liand
solun lilies of'CAl.'I'K'IS. OIL CLOTHS
and MATTIN(i: silks. Casliini ics, R,,u.
ii ttis, and a "Mat many oilier new
slMes of Dl'ess Ihhms, Fllll. F.tf.: ill
tart in I'M ty ileiai tiiieiit of their lju-i-lie.s.
they I'oidi.tlly imiti' the jiii'die
ti call and see their stiH'k.
I.iio A Mi It KsTAI l!ATs.
Saloon and 1 irstauraiit
TDK DOT OF
WINES. LIQUORS AND CKiARS
('o!:Mi,t:y en h and: aSo h i rot.s'ai.t'y ('Ii l.-o.,! a
larje supply ef
KUriTS, LEMONS, (RAN(.F.S, AI'IT.F.S,
AT vlol.KSAI B an;i Cf.TAII..
At till' 0, In llllnlllci) lintel, (ill Ohio Iievec.
HOOT AMI SHoK M VKKK
IMMT AXO SHOK MAKKR
ATI! EN El" M IH I LI U Xf
('niiimerd il Avctiii", lief i I'.iii.n III
i l!i unit S"enili "'. , I illIO, 111.
i-iire III aiitio'ini Ite.' In III" palrni's at.,!
1 III" pillill,' lil'lli'l'llly I 'III lie
ha- rei i'titl r, ,', i '-il
Hi" t!ti""t and mo"! .!,.,( .n, k of Leather of every
ili'scrlplloii ever , r, ml,t t, i ihi. i lly All worli ia
1,1 line i'X"' iil"i pioMiptlv and In Hi" !""t in i n t, r.
F.i'llr U-fai tliin alu'ti In every In-Mtu'e l'r!, "
r"'i",,ii'iMe. A inrdlal liivllat'.o'i i'M,'iid". to id Id
fall ami I'.V'itnlne u I" urn! learn ptl,.,'-.
Tint I'liliv lli.V flllil I'.'lvlot t'n 1
II. I. Ki-UNisll J Vl
ir. Siditiy. Lath. IIin V
At the Very lowest rule
lln vln:r ii Heavy Stock id' Los on ILunl,
We are prep it, ,1 t,i
SAW OFT SPECIAL ollliERS
Oil Ih" slllil'tetli Ollie.
Sl'Krl.M.TV ma I' TI" V I'.i 'AT LI' Villi I'.
i tti'ian maiiufa, l;r l-'lil I'i u '. MATKMA
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