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THE DAILY CAIRO, BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1878.
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Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL TAPER OF Til E CITY AND COUNTY.
Thou. IT ally, Klitor.
ron state TnKArnn.
EDWARD L. CKuNKKlTE, of Stephen-on.
ron itTEmvTKxnr.KT or rtrouc isstbcctiox,
SAMUEL M. ETI'EK, of McLean.
roB clerk or tub miukm encur, aoCTHERi. OBAIfD
JACOB 0. C1HNCE, of Marion.
fOB CLEKK OF TUB aWtLLATI COCKT, OlTHKBS
OKA SO UITI3IOS,
J0I1N Q. HARMAN, of Alexander.
EIGHTEENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TINCT. TALL FOR A DEMOCRATIC lELEGATECOXVEX
TION TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE FOn
Tlic Democrats of the Eighteenth Con
gressional district of Illinois are requested
to send delegates to convention to be
held at Joncsboro, Union county, ou Tues
day, 23d day of ' July, 1878,
at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose
of nominating a candidal for represent
tive in the Forty-sixth . congress. Etieh
AHpry of the district will be entitled to
the convcHt.0' Mepatt . "! Tote8 in
yJj. 4 epryritc its name below,
Jackson..... t rate
Johnson 10 '"
Perry ' " -
In the counties that havo not already ap
pointed delegates the Central committees
the Democratic party will, in such man
ner and at such time as they may deter
mine, call county conventions to apjvjint
delegates to this convention.
Ry order of the Democratic Central Com
mittee of the Eighteenth Congressional dis
trict. Jxo. II. Ohkrlt, Chairman.
A. Polk Jones, Secretary.
A Democratic convention will Ik; held tit
Jonekljoro, III., on Tuesday, the 2:11 day of
July, 1878, fur the purose of nominating
two candidates for Representatives in th'
Jeneral Assembly for the ."Oth Senatorial
Basis of representation : One delegate for
each 200 votes and fraction over 100 votes
iist forTilden in 1S70. The counties will
be entitled to delegates as follows:
V. II. Mouitis,
W. A. Lemma,
W. C. MoitEI.AMI.
((i.D in New York yesterday 1U05J.
The election to-day to determine whether
Cairo .will accept a compromise or her debt
by a reduction of its principal 50 percent
and its interest from 8 to (I per rent, should
receive the attention of ( very voter
Tiik people of Springfield voted on
Tuesday up,m the question f compromis
ing its debt on the same terms proposed to
our pisople and to be voted upon by us to
day. We have not learned the result of
The first number of the Daily ipj(,js
Suite CSazette. a new R ptiblieiin 1I)(.r lm!.
lihhe.l at Springfield, bus made its ppear
ance on our table. It is ,i Iiuii.Ih,,,,,,. ,..,.,.
We wish it peenniury Kiieeesi m no luek
l olitirally. M..D.T. l.uskis editor luil
It lias been sn,r:; t-d t!iat an (.ir;: ;
lnu!d be malt; to secure the next sesVum
of the State Sunday school convention lot
Va'iro. If this is done Ti.k IUm.i.tin wi.l
' Lu tbdighted to have say hull' a down Sun
day r.-hool work?n break bread with it. Tun
IJtn.i.KTis is anxious to help the ( iuisl'.
Tub small attendance of our roligi.uis
people at the. Sabbath-school convention
that adjourned last night Ig regretted by us;
but we were unable to induce more to at
tend. They lost much that would have
k'en of profit to them. The discussions
were interesting, and the siDging excellent.
Voi.u in each ward.
The Executive Committee of the Tax
Payers' Association and the Finance Com
mittee of the City Council recommended
to the voters of the city to vote "For the Issu
ing the Bonds Ticket"to-day. "By voting this
ticket," says a circular distributed by these
committees, "tho lxinded indebtedness of
the city will be reduced 50 cents on the
dollar and the annual interest from 8 to 0
The Illinois State Journal has been re
vived, and is now issued daily. We are
glad of this. The Jourdal is one of the
most ultra of Republican newspapers, but
we like the familiar face of the old ter
magant nevertheless. With all its vixenish
manners and prejudices it has some good
traits of character, and has become ono of
our most carefully read exchanges. We
hope it may live a thousand years, make
money for its owneis, and injure the Repub
lican party beyond reparation.
Now is the time to commence earnest
work in politics. All the State tickets are
in the field Cronkrite, Smith and Bates.
C. is a good man; so is S.; so is B.; but C.
must be elected ; and he can be if the Dem
ocratic party is organized carefully and its
leaders do not neglect to wcrk for their
cause and ticket. B. is out of the race;
and in our opinion will injure S. more
tlianC.; but we must not disparage S.'s
strength. He can lie defeated, but only by
the most persistent work and skillful manip
ulation of the means at hand to consolidate
the elements of opposition to the Republi
Remember the election to-day.
- Poll will open at 8 o'clock this morn
ing in each wa-d, the tickets to W voted
are cither "For Issuing the Bonds," or
"Against Issuing the Bonds." If & ma
jority of the votes east are for issuing the
bonds, the City Council will lie by that
result instructed to ' compromise
our bonded indebtedness upon
the basis set forth at length in
the notice of election, briefly as follows:
Issue new lxnd to the amount of half the
bonds now outstanding with accumulated
interest added, the new Iwnds to draw 6
pt -nt interest, instead of 8, the interest
called for by tlie ol(j ji,,. After fire
years, in t0 the inttr-, a ,aU
t-.rmtrng, r tlte principal oi trie new
bonds is to !k? paid each year, so that in
twenty years from the date of the bonds
the debt will be extinguished. This com
promise is a fair one and should be accept
ed by our voters.
THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
. STATE TREASURER
The Republican State convention did an
unexpected thing yesterday. It nominated
Gen. J. C. Smith for the office of State
Treasurer. This is a strong nomination
the strongest the Republicans could have
made; and the fact should not be ignored
by the Democrats. With a host t per
sonal friends scattered over the State
some in every county and an off year in
politics in which to work upon personal
friendships and make voting capital out of
them, Gen. Smith will be found to be a
strong man before the people. He can and
we hope will be defeated ; but his defeat
can be secured in no way except by com
plete organization ami hard work. The
Democrats must at once awaken to tire
necessity of activity , in the work of
organizing the canvass, and they must not
become tired or Hag in exertion until the
closing of the polls in November next. In
this way we can win a victory, ami with
the defeat of Smith we shall have the State
secure for the future.
THE THREE PRINCIPAL ATTRAC
TIONS OF CAIRO.
Tho discussions in the S. S. convention
yesterday morning were very interesting;
but we were particularly attracted by the
rather spirited passago that occurred be
tween Prof. Jerome, Rev. Mr. Morrison,
Father Paxson and President Fisher. Prof.
Jerome had expressed his surprise that Al
exander county was not represented in the
last convention held at Carbondale. He
had called the roll, nnd not a voice had re
sponded from Alexander, whereupon the
yood heart of the good professor had been
bowed down with grief. Was Alexander
lost to grace? He mutinied over her neglect
of riigi oiih duty. The Rev. Mr. Morrison
t m1; the tloor, and said he would explain,
lb- bad b:-en told, Kinee he arrived in C tiro,
that Alexiinder bad not attended the S. S.
convention spoken of by Prof. Jerome be-cutis-
Alexander had been ignored either by
ovt, wlghl or design. Mr. Morrison spoke
with n little warmth, ns ho is in the habit
of doing when interested in n subject. Prof.
Jerome retorted that a good Christian
tnud not neglect God's work because
they were not made prominent in a good'
cause. President Fisher said be had never
heard the objection spoken of by Rev. Mr.
Morrison. Ho nnd other workers had not
attended the Curlondalc convention bucanse
they could not get time, and not because
they were ignored. Rev. Mr. Morrison
hoped the gentleman did not intend to cast
any reflection upon his veracity, and we be
gun to have an impression that we were in
one of the houses of the Illinois General
Assembly, or tho lower house of Congress.
Prof. Jerome interfered with a last
few words, in which he declared
himself to be a target at which
a good many people were throwing missiles;
but lie did not care; all he was anxious to
do was to work for tlte glory of God. Pres
ident Fisher did not mean, of course, to re
flect upon the veracity of Rev. Mr. Mor
rison. All he wanted to say was that he
knew pretty well the sentiments of the S.
S. workers of Alexander, and he had never
heard the complaints mentioned bj the
reverend gentleman. Rev. Mr. Morrison
somewhat tartly (he is always, as all men
very much in earnest arc, emphatic) repeat
ed what he had said and declared that
tho objection had been made in
the State convention that Southern
Illinois below Decatur was entirely ignor
ed, and so forth. Then Father Puxson
told how much he regretted this condition
of affairs; but the fact was, the people else
where did not know Cairo. He had been
asked by young men, what alxxit Cairf.'
He had replied he did not know. But he
had learned. Cairo was a good city. He
had met in it the noblest and kind-hearted
of Christians. The state convention should
be held in Cairo.
Tlus ended the matter, and the conven-
adjourned for dinner.
So it seems Southern Illinois, laboring in
the cause of the Lord, is as ignore as she
is in politics. The North and Middle re
gard us of the South as of little account,
and consequently ignore us. But all we
ask is, more intimate acquaintance. Father
Paxson, afteT a couple of days wwxiation
with our Christian fellow citizens, concludes
that Cairo is an unexceptionable city, and
we ore sure his opinion would be still
farther exalted if he were permitted to
become acquainted with some
of our better class of sinners. In their
way they are as attractive as Christians
and we are sure Father Paxson wouU like
them. They do not hide their light under
a bushel, and do not fear competition frim
any fpjarter. And then there is anothtr
thing that 6hould render Cairo particularly
attractive to Father Paxson. He is a Sun-day-sctiwi
wguuisor; he has organized
thirteen hundred. To organize a Sunday,
school children must be at hand. Cairo is
a noted place for the number its children.
Every man of family who starts at Cairo
early in life and lives until he has run
his three score and ten, has children
enough for at least a small Sunday school
of his own.
We might mention three attractions of
Cairo might dwell upon Dr. Dunning and
his temperance society, the Three States
Ferryboat, the Woman's Club and Library
Association; the Social Science Society;
St. Mary's park; Mayor Winter und his
council; the Sun and its editor, and The
Bulletin, but in our opinion our christians,
sinners and children are enough to com
mend us to even a harder man to please
than Father Paxson.
Yesterday, in the S. S. convention, Broth
er Wheeler objected to Teachers' Meetings,
becuusc, among other reasons, the teachers
could not attend them could not be per
suaded to give one night of the week to
the preacher, another to prayer and anoth
er to the Sunday school. Following out
this iden, President Fisher excused the ab
sence of Alexander from a S. S. convention
at CarlKindalc, we believe, by saying that
nobody could get time to attend it. "That
is the trouble,'' said Rev. George, who
always hits the mark in the cen
ter; "the people of Cairo are too busy to at
tend to religious duty." This is true. We
never knew a busier p"ople than those of
Cairo. They never cease from laboring.
They toil night anil day. Our lawyers are
busy too busy to attend either church or
Sunday school. Our merchants are too
busy to pray; our bankers too busy to sing
hymns; our doctor too busy doing noth
ing to spare time for anything else; our
mechanics too busy to turn to the Lord and
seek salvation; and our editors too busy
looking on while others are busy, to seek
the fountain filled for nil, excepting the
few who have too much of the
devil in them to hope for any
effect from saving grace. As the Rev,
Mr. George says, we ure all too busy to
iiinount to much in u religious way on
week days. But if we are very attentive to
worldly affairs on week days, we arc just
as busy ut Christian work on Sundays. Wo
thus show our appreciation of tho text:
"Six days shalt thou labor and do all thy
work." In our six days we work for tho
world busily, aud on the seventh
rest from all bodily labor and
become busy ut spiritual work. Cairo is
too busy to give up her work days to re
ligious ceremonies, but her devout atten
tion to the duties of tho Subbath would fill
the heart of Father Paxson with joy, und
make Prof. Jerome lift up his voice in
thankfulness, and compel Prof.Towne, who
comes, unlike Phillip Phillips, singing for
himself, to burst into song and warblo his
admiration of our model people.
Wasiiixotos, June 24. A
for the campaign of 1880 and one that at
tracts considerable attention now, is that of
running Senators Thurman and Gordon for
president and vice-president. The splen
did record of the former at the last session,
and the grent popularity as well as sterling
worth of the latter, certainly make the sug
gestion worthy of serious consideration,
though it is too early yet to judge of the
probabilities of the case.
A couple of excellent Democrats, Messrs.
A. S. Hewitt and Henry Watterson, are quar
reling over the part each had in carrying
out the agreement as to tho doctoral com
mission. There is nothing to be gaiued by
this, and the subject is not one that has a
pleasing interest for Democrats. Mr. Wat
terson is an excellent editor and should re
turn to Keutucky and devote himself to his
paper. Mr. Hewitt's proper place is his
counting house, and it was supposed he re
alized the fact. Let the subject drop, gen
tlemen, and we will see that you are not
caught again in 1880.
Real estate in this district immediately
felt the good effect of congressional legis
lation giving us a pleeasant form of govern
ment. As 1 have before stated, the general
government assumes one-holf of the ex
penses of the district. This was a proper
thing to do. Some senators advocated the
payment of CO instead of 50 per cent. That
would have been proper, for more than half
the cost of governing the district is trace
able directly to the general government and
its lielongings. In the years 1871 to 1875
government officers put the district in debt
to the extent of over $20,000,000 for the
Wnefit of the United States.
and it was the interest on this sum and the
expense of keeping the streets ami avenues
government streets and avenues in re-
pair, and the uncertainty of congressional
action, which destroyed the value of real
property, crippled all kinds of trade, and
made this once prosperous city as bankrupt
as Jay Cooke &, Co. With the legislation
of congress, as I said liefore, comes a great
improvement. People wishing to invest
money or reside in tho handsomest and
healthiest city in the world can now do so
without the fear of being taxed into the
'1 nr. constantly increasing popularity of
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is a guarantee of its
usefulness and effectiveness for children
suffering from Wind Colic, Diarrhoea or
Dysentery. Price 25 cents a lottle.
A Secretion that Contaminates the
Biod. When the bile is diverted from
its proper channels, into the blood, which
is always the case in liver complaints, it
ceases to be a healthy secretion, and In
comes a poison. Its abnormal presence in
the circulation nnd stomach is indicated by
the suffusion of tho skin w ith a hideous
saffrn tinge, by headaches, vertigo, nausea,
pain in the right side and under the right
hl-ouldcr blade, by indigestion, obstruction
oi the bowels, and other minor symptoms.
Order may be substituted for this state of"
chaos, and further bodily evil averted by
using the beneficent alterative 'and tonic.
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which, by re
laxing the bowels, promotes the escape !
from the circulation of bilious impurities:
besides rendering the action of the liver?
regular, and removing every trace of dys
pepsia. This pleasant and purely vegetable
anti-bilious medicine is not only infinitely
more effective than any form of mercury,
but is on account of its freedom from hurt
ful properties, infinitely to lc preferred to
that poisonous drug.
Foil Rent The business rooms now oc
cupied by Henry Frohmn, as a bakery,
corner of lit li street and Washington ave
nue. For particulars apply to Henry
E. E. KUNKLET?
BITTER WLE OF IRON.
rphi- great success and delight of tho people. In
1 fin I. mulling like it has ever been offered the
American people w hich lia so quickly found Its way
into their good favor mid hearty approval as E. K,
Ktinkle' Hitler Winn of Iron. It doe all it pro
poses, nnd lima gives universal siitl-nicUon. his
giniriiiileeil to cure the worst enses of dyspepsia or
Indigestion, kldnev or liver disease.' weakness,
nervousness, constipation, at-lilltv of the stomach,
Ac. tint the genuine. Only sold III gl.lll) hollies.
Deimt and ollUe. -J.v.1 North Ninth Street. Plillndel.
pbla. A'k lor Kmikle's and take nootlier. Sold by
Ij s.vcpsiii ! Dyspepsia! Dyspepsia!
K. F. Kiinkel' Hitter Wine of Iron I a sure cure
for Ihl disease, li Iiiik heen prescribed dullv lor
iiiiiny year In ti practice of eminent plivslelnn
Willi lllipimlleleil success. Svinptoins nru' loss
nppetlie, wind mill rising of food, di viies In mouth,
headache, illzlm. sleeiilen.-s nnil low spirits,
lint the genuine, Noi sold In hulk, onlv In l bot
tle. Sold by all drugl-i. Ask for K. Hankie's
Hitter Inc of Iron, and take no other. $1 per bot
tle, or $11 for six bottle, All I ask Is u trial of Ihl
valuable, mei'ilclne. A Irlnl wlli convince you nt
WORMS! WORMS: WORMS!
K. F. Kiinkle' Worm Syrup never falls to rcmow)
nil kind of Worm. Seat, plu and stomach worm
arc readily removed hy Kuiikle' worm Svrup. Dr.
Kutikle I the only mccessflil phvslelan that ran re
move tape worm In from two in f.itir hour. He ha
no fee until head and all pusses ullv.'. and In Ihl
pace of time. Common sense tenclie If tape worm
can he removed all other worms run ho readllv re
moved. Ask your druggist for a bottln of Kiinkel'a
worm Nyrup, Price 1 er hot tie.. It never I'nll
or en(I(o thediH-lor for circular. No. il'M North
Ninth atrevt, Philadelphia, Ha. Advice free.
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Flooring, Siding. Lath, Eto
At the very lowest rate.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on Ilauil,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On tho chorteaw otlce.
i SPECIALTY made of KT K A M IIO AT I.t'M R E R,
i V We alto manufacture )ltl TrmoXMATKKIALrt
Cracker, Caiidy, I'aekljig J)oxe, hlave. Heading,
pROPOSALS FOR STANDS,
K. 3L K. C. CELEBRATION,
JuVy 4th, 1878.
CEA LED bid will he received, nu MB o'clock p m.,
1 ' Monday. June iMlh. for tho privilege of 4 rtiuidr
at the Hark on the Fourth, viz: Maud No. 1. for the
le of ixla water (bottled and fountain), lem
onade aud other non-Hptrltuotui, vluoim or mult
driuk: stand No. t, for the ale of ire cream,
cake and herrle; tand No. U, lunch tand for
the sale of coflee, tea. milk, canned u'"oil tcuept
fruit and berrleni, meat, vaudwlcbe. Ac.; tnnd
No. 4, for the eulc of caudien, null, ii(,'un and to
bacco. The relative location of the above tnnd with
the danrinp floor are shown in a plat that can be
een at I'aul II. Schuh' eiar Here. Their position
I aloo ttuked oft nt the 1'urk. t. round allowed to
each tand. SO feel quare. Hid for 'each of the
above stand aeparatvlv: and bjd for the privi
lege of the whole iirouud to fell anv and all of the
article enumerated, will hcreceircd. In the latter
case the bidder w illhuve the privilege of one or
more Manila ou any part of the grounds not within
:l feet of the dancliiir floor. The niccesfulldddem
will he required to slgu a contract with suretle
binding tbfuiio-lve to par the anion ut ngreed upon
on the 5ih day of July, lfiTH. ami to .ell all article,
at the pri'i- rutine in Ihl. ill v.
Hids will al.o In- received for the erection of a
Danclne floor. Speakers' utaud, Eire work Hand
and Judge' stand. Kidder are to furni.h all ma
terial aud work required in the erection, remove the
.trurlure after the relehratlon except Judge' itaml.
and ow n all the material n-'-d l'laii and .pecln
catiou cau be seen at 1'anl II. Schuh Cigar Store.
The Committee recrve the right to reject any and all
hid. Hidmuthe put lnaealedenviloiie,andtaie
distinctly on the bark for what the bid is off. red,
and rhuuld be addressed to Krank M. Walker. Nccy..
Com. They cau he left at Schuh Cigar Store or
mailed. The hid will lie opened at the K. M. K.
('.. Hall, on Monday, Jnnc S4th. nt 9 o'clock p ni ,
and those interested are requested to be pre.ent.
H) order of the
COMMITTEE OK ARRANGEMENTS.
I'OI NTY .NOTICES.
JOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sraled proposal will be received at mv otKrt tip
to Monday, the 8th day of July. A. It. 1STTS. for the
following road work. Said proposal may Include
the whole leugtb of aid Mail, by the ai re or any
part thereof, the county reaervinu the rig,kt to reject
uuv or all hid, viz:
For culling out a new road, beginning on the ten
ter ection line between tectlon two vii and eleven
ill). In township IT. ouih ranee. 1 west, in tbl
county, and running thence north to the new Cache
briil go now being bnilt acros Cache river, said
Mad to be rleared 101 feet w ide i.V feet on earn aide
of the center section line), 3D feet In the center of
said U feet to tie thoroughly cleared of everything
above the surface of the ground, and on the oilier ?U
feet everything to be removed eicept the atumpa of
Also for a road to commence at the southern ap
proach of the s.ld new bridge across said Cache
river, and to run along and near raid river toa point
near tb Juurtiuu of the Tbelx.- aud Jone.boro
road. In Ihl. county, said mad to be cleared 4 roils
wide, ) feet lu center of said road to be thoroughly
cleared of everything above the surface of the
ground, on the remainder of each side of raid 4)
feet everything tu to be removed excepting .lump
HA.HLtl. J. ill xn.
C'aiko. June 10, 1"TS.
rilO THE VOTERS OF ALEXANDER
WnitnuA. TheCoiinty Hoard of Alexander coun
ty have under advl.ement a proposed change of the
election precinct ill ald comity, all panic, hav
ing any .ugestinn or petition lo nnVr In regard to
the Hime are herc.hv request id to file tho same by
the September eslon of said hoard.
S A M I El . J , IJ I ' V M, County Clerk.
r, iivy cordially invite the pwoir-
all and see their stock.
BOrni ETON of sprqats patent
V holes-ale Dealer in Ice.
E BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
O J' ' 1 C K
pi. Twelfth Street and Levee,
JE! ICE! ICE!
I now Prepared
Fill Orders, Wholesale or Rciai'f, rit
tci: HUH Ut Hoc 3 at tiik City Biikwkuv.
'I Co ! Too !
OKT't'l LfHilST ICIS,
WEli'EliJHfH sTRRJtT, C.UM, ILLINOIS
,1tV. ErlN lY'LM Tfltf T I, I I "1
I XV'iJi 1VXVH tvl o I
NERVOUS DEBILITY, &rtJK
men, In nt vllnlltv, premature weakness, enerva
tion of mind nnd limlv, disorder of tho brain and
nervous system, and "miseries resulting therefrom,
speedily cured bv BATES' SPECIFIC. Prepared
by an eminent plivalclnn : $-1 a case, li for fv, sold by
druggists, For circular with full particular, td
drca DR. ItATEN, m Stale itrcet, Chlcugo, 111.
Eioiitii Street, (in liter's Biiiidirij;)
IMl'l.OVH only nrt clns workmen, and cudenv
j or to accord to all r.miileuu. treatment.
IIOOT AND SHtiK MAKKUS.
Cnmmerrlul Avenue, bet.
Sixth aud Seventh at.
rTWKES pleasure In tnnounringto hi patron anil
J thu public generally thut he ha recently received
the lines! and most eleet !ock of Leather of every
description ever brought to till cltv. All work lu
hi line executed promptly and lu t)ie hest manner.
Entire satisfaction given In every Instance. J'ricvs
reasonable. A cordial Invitation extended to all to
call aud examine good aud learn price,
DYEINti AND RENOVATING.
yol'R OLD CLOTHES
can re nrAtTirt'M.r
DYED Oil 1MCPAIUKD
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