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THE DAILY CAIRO HULLKT1X: THURSDAY MOIIXIXU, .IIJXK 1S7S.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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loff lo the ini' ot".i'ii'd. nt hNiw ntrs :Ihiv lie- I
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niriitH, both Hutu Mti'n nf li:irci 5 m;il inuiiinr vf
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to tho jiuti'iW arc nt nil lino- neeeptaMi'- Kjee!i.d
lUNiitiMTipt will lit t he rctr.riHil.
Letter hihI i tiiuiiiuiiit aiiiiMi -hoiild be cljrifed
"Cuiro llulletiii, tuiru. Il'.ltniX"
JNO. II. oliKItl.V. (icninil SLiniiCfr.
oulv Morninjr Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL I'AI'F.K OF THE CITY ASH OUSTY.
'1'Iik. Xully, Ktlitov.
UiMiiocrm if Xtuniuat itinti.
ttiR Trr no ci;rB.
. EDWARD 1- CKO.NKK1TE. of St. ptct'oo.
fliR H'FKRIVTKNIiKNT or I'l K!.C !VTKl'CT10S,
SAM I' EL M. ETTLlt, of .VtLtuL.
roBci.fcRKor tuk 1-trnrMr coi kt. miitiikkx urasu
JACOB O. CHANCE, of M..r:on
Tvt, CLhK Or TIIK Ari'ELlJCfK tolHT. fi.lTUri'.N
... I.KANO llIMMnN.
JOUN Q 1IAKMAN. of A!t -sued- r.
EIGHTEENTH CONr.P.ESSIoXAL DIS
CALL VOR A 1'KVtK'R T1C DKLKOATKCOSVEX
TlflN TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE KoK
Hie Democrats of the Eighteenth (Vn
presjiionid district of Illinois are requested
to send delegates tn a convention to lie
Leld at Jonet.Loro, Union counn-, on Tues
day, 23d day of July. 1878, for the purpose
of nominating a candidate for representa
tive in the Forty-sixth congas. Each
county of the district will 1k entitled to
the number of delegates to, and vote in,
,the convection M ttpposite its niiine Ulow.
Alriinder 6 o:t
)lktte 4 ..
Peny 7 "
In the counties that have not ulready ap
jointed delegates the Central committees
the Democratic party will, in Mich man
ner Jind at Mich time they may d ter
mine, call rounty coiiventinns to appoint
delegates to this convention.
By order of the Democratic Central Com
mittee of the Eighteenth Congressional dis
trict. Jxo. II. OiikAy, Ch airman.
A. Poi.k Junes. Scerctarv.
Cui.t) yesti nhiy in New York 100'.
Mkh. Haciiaei. Henson, of Big Hill,
Jiu:kson county, has raised over one hundred
i cr:s of giain this season.
It is n w h lieved tliat no action on the
Texas and l'acilic rail wary bill will lie ta
ken during the present sen ion of congress.
Di'Utsd the month ot May the United
State mints coined three million, live hun
dred thousand siiver dollars.
(iUillc.K II. IV.: SHI. ETON is opposed to
tlie Totter investigation. II
e lieneves it is
half the joiirnev tow aids
and removal of the president.
Ci.i:simi the streets in Pi.ducah cr-ates
Mich an "unbearable ellluvia" that one of
tli" papers ofthat city says they on-lit to he
cleaned ,y Mli -lit, (m acenunt of the
njses of tl,,. liidueahaiiK. The News
'iidn't suirest m.MMiliurlit pmbably out of
consideration for the man in the men.
IlKroitrs from s ocial counties of South
ern Illinois state that tramps are collected
In som,. s.rtions in lar-e numbers and that
the fanners are havin- serious trouble with
Hem. In Madison cmtiiy tiny li;iv,.
stroye.l tl,,-,,. sef-l,in,li;4 ul.v,'.st,.i ;llV(,
luade UllsiHres.f.il att--ii.ts, t deslory oth
irs, and the funnels are watching their
barns iiml labor-savinir haivesti,
hiiiery day and ni-l.t. T:y )!;,. ,,
''"-'"'"llil'tyc.iit. a day and board to
harvest hands, but the ,,v.:n,-, ,,,,, n.f(;s..H
to work for less than u dollars per dav.
A Srui.M, Waslii
''"''-'"ii dispatch savs
that the liver and harbor bill as ,.i
. ., . "I. k te,l
l-y tlie s nate comuiiitee, lias ;., ,,,, ,
' l ,n all"l!'1 -
meiit proMding ior a ci niinissi,,,i'tV(.
, " 1 nu '"
pneers to maki. surveys and consider plans
ioi me correction ol tic p' rmar.ent location
ami ileepeiung ot the chalinel nf the M
. , ,
tuppi river, and the imjirnvcinent ofnavi.ru.
.. ' , . '. ii.imu-
lion; Also plans ami istimatiH for iinmcdi.
, ' , , '
4.U- work, to close outlets, gaps Mid crevs-
Hb Su the litres t.n hhi.kK, und if the platiH
re wn,vw, l,w 1n:i,1"nt j" to ;",b0 ,K'
llllllK'UUilu l iiilbwiu limi "l niu.ii
The oi'iiimisos'iniTs are also to fix Uoii u
p ncial plan. Tin incinbt is of the Louisi
ana deWiition are ut work to secure 1111 ad
ditional amendment to this hill, niiiroiria
linT some three million six hundred thoii-
j i-'iiiiil dollars for repairs of Wits, ami are
lioj-ifful that tin- senate will anc to it.
Tmk JIHiiuk tutc Jiiurnul, the oryan of
the Keiuililii'tin jiatly ut the State capital,
has fallen a victim of the hanl times cpi-li-iiiic,
anl at present lingers lietwecii life
and death in fact.it i, Welielievi", in atatc
ot suspended animation. Its lat apierance
I !'t tli i-; uliice w;i in the shape of it half heet.
' U'.. Im., tl... :t .1..... :u t i.i..
nit iiii.int itii let iii i ic ii i in-
to resuscitate the Journal. Tliote.'h not of
the same political faith.s Tiik IUm.ktin,
we always liked it. It always came into
o'.tr sanctum with a rh an face and a liriht
eomitenancr, ;-avo V.s all the local news of
tiie capital, a fair amount of State and ren
eral news and a .iroodly fpiantity of well
written and well dieted editorial matter.
AYe shniili 1 sorry to know that it had
wrapped the drapery of its couch ahout it
and lain down even to pleasant dreams.
We hope to s-'O it. in the full life and
strength of former days, a daily and a wel
come visitor here and elsewhere.
FROM JOHNSON COUNTY.
THE WHEAT IIAUVEsT KVVKENn.M.I.'s :iINO
oTHElt 1'ol.ITkAI. NOTES OTIIEU IN
TERESTING NEWS ITEMS.
;Fmni C'-.'.r Own Corn-spoiulcut
Vienna. 111., June i, W.
Wheat harvesting has commenced in
earnest in this county, the yield is not quite
as good as last year, hut the quantity much
larger, there King almut one-third more
more sown in the county.
James Lae!y. who was convicted ol
of hastarily at la.-t county court, is paying
off the Judgment of almut f00 by lying in
jail. It will take him almut nine years.
j "The way of the tran-gressor is hard."
I have Ut told it is a fact that the
National Greenback Party are organizing
in the northern part of this county in
ev-cry school district. They say they will
eK-ct the county officers this fall.
T. Chapman and family, who moved
from this place to Kansas alout six weeks
ago have returned . Chapman has liought
half of J. B. Chapman's store. Ho is well
satisfied with Kansas, l..ut likes Vienna
At the last term of our circuit court the
grand jury found aUmt 49 indictments, as
follows: For murder 2, larceny 7, counter
feiting 1, selling liquor 14. carrying con
cealed wrajions 14, access. ry aft-r the fact
2, assault 4, gaming 5.
The Johnson County Journal iKuv
keiidall's organ and mouth-piece i, is tryiug
to slander the fair name of Hon. John (J.
Harman, whose reputation for honesty, in
tegrity and ability, is far superior to that of
either the editor or Kuykendall. The k-o-ple
in this county are tired of hearing such
charges without any foundation.
Sheriff Carter, who will be a candidate
before the Itcpiihlicai) convention in the
Fit'ty-tirst district, stands but little chance
to get the nomination, for the reson that it
is not likely the party will take two candi
dates from tin; same county, one for the
legislature and one for the senate. Kuv
kendall is the coining man for the senate.
Carter js a good, honest, and sociable gen
tleman, and would represent hiseonstittients
in an able, honest manner, but he failed to
join KuykenilaU's ring, and he must abide
W. J. Allen appears now to have the
inside track in this county for congress.
Hart.ell, Townes, Albright ami Casey
,...), llavu ktni1,r r,.,,, who .,. u, Wo,k
fr thr respective favorites. Some
; for instructing delegates, others not. I'oli-
tics are warminif up here, and without a
clumjre, will et to fever heat before the
election. The Democrats arc alive and bet
ter organized than they have been for
years before. I am absolutely certain we
will lessen the Kepuhlican majority at
least fifty votes in this county. Will the
other counties in the district do the same?
FROM WILLIAMSON COI NTY.
ukatii ok mksshs. maxky and m ihh d
tiik tkmi'l-ham k movkm knt (ii i' hi.
sill. Ii:l, -TIIK II Y CHOI', KTC.
From Our Uwn ( uiii'siiomlent. '
Maiiios. III., June Jth, isTs.
Mr. Win. Stroud, an excellent citizen
and farmer of our county, died on last
Wednesday, of pneumonia.
A very large crop of buy will be saved
in the county th's season --mostlv clover
and timothy. It will be of an excellent
-I he farmers '.,,. iii the midst of bar-
, , , ,, ., , . ,
I vest, and as (lie weather is continuing verv
I ;. . , , , , , ,. . . ,,
' lavorablc, most all the gram in this section
: wiU ,. ,,v,t tllls ,N,rk.
mechanics here are very poorly
nl. vim! lit l,l-,.w.,i,f I.'
........ y i'"""n k'iii si uit: cause
tlnrt. are no iuiirovenients of coiiseiiuence
, i .i , .. .
K""1" 011 i tin" ity uml vicinity at prcs-
,,llt ' 1
-Then. . r,. .;.i . . .i
I HKH'uri' MXteeti iiiiimteH in the r
Iioum' of this county at present, and ainco
they are m arly a 1 invalids, aiul require
considerable medical aid, the cxpenae to
the county is considerable.
Mr. Charles Kern, one of the oldest mer
chants of out' city, came very near dying
on yesterday. He had an attack of sun-
stroke. We are glad to iiiniounee that the
gentleman soon recovered, and is now able
to be about his business.
Mr. Marion Maxey, one of th.' most
enterprising and influential citieus of this
county, died of erysipelas on Monday morn
ing. Mr. W. had his foot bruised in a
reaper one day la-t week, w hereupon erysip
elas si t in n:id worked upward in spite of
the efforts of tin" physicians, and ended in
the death of the patient.
There are temperance meetings held
in our city on each Monday evening.
Right here I desire to state that we
have the most zealous temperance clement
to be found anywhere, and by personal ob
servation I know that a if rent deal of good
has been accomplished, with more to fol
low, S. W. S. l'riblile. a merchant of this
place, has lately applied for a patent right
for the manufacture of cider. It is similar
to the Missouri cider but is much better.
Mr. P. has purchased property and will im
mediately erect buildings and add the nec
essary machinery for the successful manu
facture of this beverage. .
FKo.M UNION COUNTY.
A Vt I.I. HKI'OKT OK TIIK Y'IKI.D OK WHEAT
IX ISIoS tOlXTY TIIK TIIAMI- PKsT
IIOTFI. I IIANOK TIIK I'Kol'I.K.'s SKKVANTs.
Kri'in Oar (ma ('nrrvinuili lit.
Jo.vKsiioKo, 111., June ". 17".
Our wivhlwiirkmen and blacksmiths are
busy repairing reaper and threshers. S
most all itir citizens have employment
at present. Your crresx indent makes a
full hand helpinf.' the county officials.
Our servants of the people. Jones, Han
ners, Niinino, Day. Hich and Karraker, are
kept busy fanning to keej) cool for the
court house has a deserted appearance
now, and only for the law students one
would pass by with the impression that it
was some unused church, for the farmers
are too busy tn interfere with the nappin;
of our county officials.
The tramp jxst ha about deserted
w, for harvest is ujion us. and they arc not
fond of work, so they have walked on just
ahead of the harvest. Last wet k our town
was pretty well filled up with them, in
proportion to three to every houst. in town
during the week, aud willing to work onlv
Ion;; enough to get a "dry crust." for when
approached upon the subje t of a yV
lalsir. they make excue of seeing "my
pardner,"' and that is the last you s e of
them or tin ir "pard."
We can, now Isia st of a hotel. The old
Joneslxiro House lias changed hands and
name. Mr. John Stuart, of Chi- Oirar-
dean has taken charge, and ha repainted,
refitted and generally renovated it under
the name of the Stuart House. Mr. S. is
an old hand at the I usiness, and fully un
derstands the wants of the people. Sn we
say lo those if Cairo, if you desire to rusti
cate during hot months where you can
have good fresh butter, milk and air. come
to this place where you can breath the fresh
air as it iswafted from oil' the new mown
- Our city, w hich can liat of as many
hills as did Home of old, is now sleeping
its sleep of contentment that is in a busi
ness way, for all of our surrounding farmers
are busy, and the merry rattle of the reaper
is heard and all available material for bin- I
ders are taken oir.he street and are earning .
their bread by the sweat of their brow.
while our merchants are btisv shifting their I
goods on their shelves, to reap th" hnrvct
which will surely come. The wheat, al
though a larger amount was sown last fall.
therewill not be iiianv more bushels in this
county than last year, for the general avc stoic, either oil the I,ecc or on WiN,
age per acre will not be more than twelve I . ,
i,i,i . . i niiltoii Avenue, uml (iet What Yon
busliels. I here is a general deiirmd tor
farm bauds and many fields of tine 1 "t I'l'iees to Suit the times!.
wneat are going to waste for want
of harvesters. As many of our
fanners did not engage their hands
tor several days yel, and now the wheat is
ripening so fa-t that they find that much
grain will be ,,st.
An Asthsisiiiso Fait. A large propor
tion of tlie American people are to-day suf
fering from the ell rts of Dyspepsia, or dis-
oidered liver. The result of tbese dicusis
upon tlie masses of inii.iiigi.nt mid valuable
people is most alarming, making life nctu
ally a burden Instead of n plesaiit existence
of ciijoyuieiit and Usel'tilnesM, There is no
good reason forthis, if ymi will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take the
advice of druggists and your friends, and try
one bottle of (Ireen's August Flower, your
speedy relief is certain. Millions of bottles
of this medicine have been given away to
try its virtues, with satisfactory results in
every case. You can buy a sample bottle
for ten cents to try. Three doses will re
lieve the worst case, positively sold by all
druggists on the Western Continent.
llo kok the Champion Monitor Cook
Stove, at A. Ilallej 's.
Decorations' fur Antique Tot
tery, China, (Mass and other
Ware; (iold ami Silver raner,
ThMie and (Hazed Paper, all
Colors; Sheet Wax, Single and
I)oiiMe Thick, all Colors and
ami Shades; Moulding Tools:
Silver and other Wire; Flow
er Cutters; Anchors. Ilai-jK.
Lyres and Crosses; Moss, tine
Colors; Wax Flower Instruc
tion Hooks, etc; Splints, all
lengths. White, Walnut, ami
For all these go to !aivlav5'.
IfciW Heads, Attention !
Tlain and Fancv Stationrrv:
Papateries in lar;e Variety,
attractive for their Meant v.
Novelty and Superior Quality;
Moiiniin,!; Papeteries: Letter.
Note, Fools and Lojral Cap Pa
pers:Knvel(iies, IVus. Pencil
Fren?h, English and Ameri
can Inks; Sealing Wax and
Wafers of the Olden Time:
Chalk Crayons. White and As
sorted Colors; Ilubher Hands,
etc. If in Want don't buv un
til Yon have Seen and Priced.
For all these go to Iinr lay'.
Grav Hairs !
Xow's Your Chanct; !
Cakhuunk at Pai:clay
Lnbin's, Atkinson's and all
Imported and American Per
fumes at low Prices. Call and
For these in Original Hot t lex and in
Hulk, go to Ilarcliu V.
Dandruff Out ! .Begone!
Cai'bolinc at J arc-lays'.
If yon want a little Varuili,
Furniture Polish. Unseed (HI.
Turpentine.White head. Paint
or ( olors ofaiivkiiid.a Whitc-
wa, r,lst .,jnt (. V,'.,,.,,),
Ml'Usll, StOVC J JI.H'k I II LT. SllOO
I ) res i 1 1 1; , Se w i n a el i i ne ( ) i 1 ,
or any of an lliindieil oilier Articles
in Daily I'se, go to l;airla ' Drug-
Carliolino lot- tlio Toilet.
Feather Dusters. (Mrieh and
In very Large Variety mid at Hot loin
Trices. Ash and See at Ihirclays'.
I Jsu'chivs" is iIkj I 'lace.
P.uy your Summer Disinfect
ants, Copperas. Carbolic Acid
Powder, Jlromo Cliloraluni,
Chloride Lime. '
Sow Ih the Time on thcuc Goods to buy
Clivup at Nan In yV.
HJUEKA! EUUKIvA ! !
A Substitute for Lifo Insurance roiiiiaiiies.
Widows' axj Okhians' Mctcal Aid Sociktv
C ) F C A I 1 O .
(M'vitil.'.nl Jit'y -1, IS j', i.Lil r '.hr lns i.' tin: S l.tl -
!' I ' I 1 F, It st .
N. li. TiIlT!.!'U"uo, :,iu:su,KST.
M11S. F. A. TAYI.OIf, Vi t: l'niMi'KNT. .1. . (;oI.IiTI.K, Ti:i,Mit.
ld. .1. J. OMliDoN, Mi n:, i. Auis,,i:. 'J IIoMAS I.KW1S, Si. i;li.m;
JMAUD OF MANA0KU.S.
-V Us. 1'. A. I AYMOi,
n. ii. i ii;sri.Kwo(i;i,
Vl-S KA'I I. I.. You'M,
.1. .1. (.OKlioN,
I. A. OoI.lisllNi:,
MI1S. S. A. AY KM,
. . Fr mr'ii'ii'ut ii:iiiire ut the
. (mi. it Sev
.JOIIX SPIN.) AT,
I'Kol'KII'.Toll op M'KOAT'S I'ATKNT
Wholfsalo lK'aU.'i" in Ice
ICKUYTIir.CAU I.OADOUTOX, WKI.L
PACK I'D FOli SMII'I'INO.
j. Cnv Loads a Specialty.
) k i ( i : :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
C'K! ICK! ICK!
.1 A CO II K LKK,
I ion I ri I'ori J
To Kill Oribrs. Wholesale or Retail, ut
Oftli H AVB III IInOK AT TM ( ITT HkKWI.RT.
1 ce !
VOCL'M k SKIiHIAX,
ciiitsKit Kn.irru stkkkt. caii:o. ii.i.inois
ICK! ICK! ICK! ICK! ICK!
X O T SNOW!
At till' n.riliT I'f Kli'lit sln i t Ml ! 1 'lltil I.I llr,
Mi' hnw .n i:in ii to Mil nr.li r lm purr l.nk. In' ut
r.'n-uiinVt' (.rlii-p mnl iu iii.hi.iii. t.f fri.in lit:
ioiiim!s tu i Hr Infill inl hi.il ulil na-:u.tii' tutorrv
niir i iisinii tliri.ni'ti tin-i-u.iii. l.iuu uni ni ut
Ihi' ulil si it.il.
Vim I'M A SKIIIIUN
TIIK WKKKKV 15I LLKTIX.
It will embrace the News of the Jlav.
Tolitics. 1' iii.iiiees. Coiiniien ial Iulelii
geliee. Local Kelil, Social (iossiji nnil
o ueral .Misci lhiny. r.sjieci.il attention
w ill bo given to the Mihlie a Hairs nt' this,
division of the Stale, ami to fully ac
loiiiiilish this ctid arrnngeiiiciits have
heeii niadc securing a regular weekly
hmlgct i f corressiiitlenee from the vari
ous centers of itltelliue!i( e of neighbor-
1 'it tslnu'gr,
Mt.( 'aid ion,
I Vy t ona Connel
Orders for Coal by the car-load, ton or
in hogsheads for .shipment ironiilly at
teuilcd to. To large consumers and all
iininiifaetiirers we are iri'iiared tosiip-
ly any iiiaiitit,v, by Hie month or year,
at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITY COAL CO.
dltli'i' nil NlllllPii'llt. funl nf SlMli ulivi'l; nH'iiv ul'
IhillliiiiV lli.ilhi'l-. iiiniiifili' St. Ch;iil.. II.ilil;
i;r 1 1 1 1 i MUX Twi nlli lli siri'i l: ('mil I il in ;i. Iu.it
ul rtili'1,1' i'U:lilli str-rt, or iul ii!li'. i: iliioM'i' :tmi,
HVKIN0 AMi liKNOYATIMi.
'ol ll OLD CLOTH KS
CAN UK lll'.M Til l LIT
I V I : I Oil RKPAIKKI)
At a Tilllliii! Expense-(.'. 0. I.
CIIAS. SHELLEY, XO. .10 EIGHTH ST.
tar I.nUU'w mail Ocuu' old hotn niutlo new.
of i::in,.!. (, ,,j ri,. u.,j ,; i: v ,, ,iL
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VI ion . S I.hiVls.
- Mii Ireit mid f'oinnuri iul lO. ii.e. Wli.t'i.'. I. !..!,.
J.lto Cits ami ( o;,)s.si(. M Klii'll i.
Wjiolksali; (J jmjc i: j;s
57 OHIO LKVKK.
AtiKXTS AMKKD'AN TOW DKRCOJIT Y
W. STfuTTutMLfciio. T. l;:m. M.--C, m.
I a 7liT )A Y I 1 iOT 1 1 K I j s7
(A! ltd. 1 1. 1.!. Mils'.
( ominission Jlereliants.
.i:.i rim oc
tiKAl.V. YIM'll AM) HAY.
l'rt i-i-t i-m
Jj'gjj;t 'a..h Trice Taid for WLea t .
, I'Hel 'lutToM
Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse
- A t
(iencial Coumiission Mei(haLt.
Ni V, uuA S. I'oifioii r- I
CAIKO, I M.S.
IIBKK L Aiiin rni nt mtilr no Con- ?;.:a i
J of Tot adn. rinuriid noi..
AKMiNS AM) KKsTAt R.4.VTV
Saloon and Hestaunuit
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