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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;' SATURDAY MORNING, JULY C, 1878.
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Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPEE OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
fOB STAT1 TTiFABVItEIt,
EDWARD L. CK0NKR1TE, of tjtcphonton.
FOB arTKnrNTKKDEKT OP rCBLIO IKSTnCCTIOX,
SAMUEL M. ETTER, of McLean.
job cLius or tub sxroiaa rontT, sonntns oraxd
JACOB 0. CHANCE, of Marlon.
FOB CXXRK or m aptiujti COV11T, south aim
JOHN Q. HARMAN, o Alexander.
EIGHTEENTH CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICT. CALL FOB A DEMOCRATIC DELEGATE CONVEN
TION TO NOMINATE A CANDIDATE FOB
Tie Democrats of the Eighteenth Con
gressional district of Illinois are requested
to send delegates to a convention to be
keld at Joneslwro, Union county, on Tues
day, . 23d day of July, 1878,
at 10 o'clock a.m., for the purpose
of nominating a candidate for representa
tive in the Forty-fibith congress. Each
county of the district will be entitled to
the number of delegates tn, and votes in,
tho convention set oppotite its name below,
Alexander I Tate
Jackson 10 "
Johnson 4 "
Uattac 4 "
Perry 7 "
Pope 4 "
Polaekl 4 "
Rardolpb. 18 "
Cnion 11 "
Williamson 6 "
In the counties that have 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 appoint
delegates to this convention.
By order of the Democratic Central Com
mittee of the Eighteenth Congressional dis
trict. Jso. II. Oberlt, Chairman.
A. Polk Jones, Secretary.
A Democratic convention will be held at
Jonesboro, 111., on Tuesday, the 23d day of
July, 1878, for tho purpose of nominating
two candidates for Representatives in the
General Assembly for the 50th Senatorial
Basis of representation : Oue delegate for
each 200 votes and fraction over 100 votes
cast forTilden in 1870. Tho counties will
be entitled to delegates as follows:
Alexander mH 0
Vulon , 11
W. II. Mourns,
W. A. Lemma.
W. C. Mobeland,
Beits, July 4. At the sitting of the
congress to-day the English plenipotentia
ries advocated tho independence of Crete
tie being preferable to her anexatiou to
Greece. M. Wellington, who was sup
ported by M. Corti, the Italian representa
tive, proposed the annexation of Epirus to
Greece, in place of Crete. The question
to Batoum was discussed hut no conclusion
was arrived at. During the discussion
Prince Bismarck strongly urged Lord Bea
consfleld to suppress Russia's' acquisition of
TURKEY kicks aoatn.
It is feared that Turkey will refuse to
ign the congress treaty when completed.
At the last moment the Turkish pleni
potentiHiics informed the congress that
they accept the Austrian occupation of
Bosnia mid Her?. t"ivina, but with tho
solemn midrnundinu that it was not to
degenerate into anuexution.
WtClTKMEST IX illEE( E.
A dispatch from Athens suys there is in
tense exciwmcnt throughout Urn-re owint'
to the unfavorable treatment bl,c
received ut the hands of the emigres,
A nEPOIlT IIEVIVEI),
TLe reort is again revived, and with
omu tr..titfth ofprohuhility, that Enulmid
will undertake tlie.iirotectorate of Armenia
A dispatch from Constantinople myi
there are 85,000 Ruwiaus ik-k around
THE LAST SCENE IN TIIE BURK-LOW-WAGNER
JOHNSON COl'NTT OCT EN MASSE AT TIIE
SCENE OV TOE EXECUTION -THE I'HISON-
eb's last norns now a courageous
MAN MET DEATH INCIDENTS A1IOVT THE
JAIL AND INCLOSVItE.
As Burklow said in his dying words
yesterday, the circumstances of the tragedy
which brought him to tho gallows have al
ready been stutcd so often in the newspa
pers that the public are familiar with them
and that portion of the public cml faced
nmong the readers of The Bltxetix are
especially so. We shall therefore confine
our report to tho events which occurred at
Vienna yesterday and to such other new
facts as have a bearing upon the case.
As early as seven o'clock people from
miles around began to flock into Vienna
in every imaginable kind of vehicles, on
horses and mules of all colors and kinds,
and many trudged long miles in tho burn
ing sun to be rewarded later in the day with
a look only at the inclosure wherein Burklow
was to step down and out. Tho town wore
a regular holiday appearance. Teter Funk
was there crying out his wares to the low
est bidder, and taking advantage of the
crowds that that most popular of show
menJack Ketch never fails to tttract;
temporary stands were erected at various
places in the town for the sale of water
colored with syrups; for lemonade with just
the bare suspicion of lemon in it ; for pop
corn, taffy and illuminated stick candy,
with wliich to seduce the country
lads and lassies. One of these
stands was erected near the en
trance to the gallows, and the noisy, un-
thinking crowd presented a grotesque con
trast to the solemn sound of the hammer
and saw of the carpenters putting the fin
ishing strokes to the instrument of death.
By two o'clock at least twenty-five hundred
people surrounded on all sides the inclosure
and the jail, and stood under the descend
ing rays of the hot sun without a murmur,
waiting to catch a glance at the prisoner as
he stopped on his way from the jail to the
About ten o'clock Messrs. ,W. F. Schuck
crs, Tom Winter, L. L. Davis, Peter Saup
and a Bulletin reporter were escorted to
the old barn-like building that does duty
as a jail and in which Burklow was
spending his last houis upon earth.
Ascending a ricketty flight of steps
that led from the outside into the building,
the party were halted in a room over Burk
low's cell. Sheriff Carter, unlocking a trap
door, descended alone 1 y aid of a ladder.
The Bulletin reporter was asked to de
scend by the sheriff, at the request of Burk
low. After shaking hands and making
some inquiries as to how he pased the
previous night, and how ho fult, Burklow
asked him this question :
"Ilave you heard any of the reports about
The reporter answered in the affirmative.
"I want you to tell me if you believe they
lie was told that a great many reports
were in circulation, the truth of which the
reporter would not undertake to alllnii,
adding that ho knew most of
them only as rumors, and to repent
them under tho cirrniiistnnces would be to
unnecessarily udd to his misery.
"The reason I have asked you," he said,
"is this; I have a little girl, and I want to
know from you tlie truth; would my wife
be a fit woman to raise my daughter? Do
you believe she is a good woman!'1
Tho reporter answered that ho thought
his wife was not a good woman;
that there was unquestionable evidence to
sustain this fact, and that he might judge
from that as to her fitness to raise a girl child.
"That is what I want to know," ho said ;
"I will make arrangements to havo her
raised by my own folks."
The portion of tho conversation bearing
on this matter then terminated. It was
thought that Burklow would be permitted
to die in ignorance of the conduct of his
but it seems that D Monday list
some person having access to the Jail told
him all ho knew or had heard of her
conduct siuco Burklow's imprisonment.
The reporter thought it best, under the
circumstances, to say only what is here
Tho razor and shears had wrought a
wonderful change in his appearanco since
we last saw him. lie slept well, ho said,
the night before, and was able to relish
food, as well as to have a sound nap now
aud then. He looked fresh and clear, his
eyes were no longer bloodshot, and except
ing the sickly hue of his skin, the result of
his year's imprisonment, he showed no
traces of mental anguish or bodily suffer
ing. His coolness was remarkable. In
the terrible ordeal through which he passed
from the reading of the death warrant
in the presence of the multitude to the
moment that the rope was parted which
sent him through the trap he never
flinched, There was an entire absence
of the bully or the desperado in
his demeanor, lie died with a full realiza
tion of his fate, but the spectator could look
in vain for any outward sign of the terrible
strain that was upon the man.
After some further conversation with the
sheriff and the reporter, the trio ascended
the ladder to the room above. There the
sheriff asked the gentlemen if they had any
questions to ask Burklow, There
was but one response. That was J
an inquiry as to whether he desired to
say anything be wished to reach the
public after his execution. Burklow replied
to this that if he concluded to say anything
of the nature indicated by the inquiry he
would do so from the platform of the jail.
The sheriff then said Burklow desired to
to have a talk with some of his relatives.
This hint was acted upon and those not of
the number included by the sheriff's re-
At about one o'clock Sheriff Carter, Dep
uty Sheriff Wiley and Revs. Joel Juhnsoj
and J. W. Fields proceeded to the cell cf
the condemned man, where devotional er-
ercises were had.
At 1:43 o'clock, Burklow,' hanl-cuffed,
accompanied by the same gentlencn, ap
peared on the platform of the jail nrilding.
The Sheriff read the death warrant to him
in a clear, calm voice, andBurklow,leaning
his arms on the railing, listened, apparently,
attentively to it. At the conclusion of its
reading, the sheriff inquired if he it-sired
to say anything, and Burklow, raising him
self erect, without any perceptible trpida
tion in his voice or manner, said :
''Friends: 1 have but little to sny; but
"I will say, my Iriends, that this is a wl
"sentence I have got. I thought I w.uld
"make a lengthy speech, but it is very hot
"and I will not say much. I have alrewly
"stated in the newspapers all I have toy
"about this matter. I hope everyone wll
"think this matter over and give it thebu
"etit of their judgment. I will further lay
"that I have not been treated well since he
"commencement; I have no malice toward
"any one either here or in Fonnan, an I
"hope that I have the sympathy of t-H-ry
"one, and I hope they will forgive me s I
"forgive them. If they have done ne a
"wrong may God forgive them, as I lope
"God will forgive me for all the wrongs
"that I have clone, and take me to a better
The party then descended the strps
leading from thejail into the inclosure con
taining the scaffold and tho coflin. !
This inclosure was full tweuty feet square,
twenty.fivc feet in height, and ad
joined thejail, shutting off the crowd fnin
all sides. The gallows was of the (id
fashioned kind. A platform oight fej-t
square, eight feet ten inches alM.ve tlie
ground; in the center a trap-door four feet
square; back of and connected with it ww
a stout lieam projecting above tlie platforji
about nine feet, and from this beam un arm
extended over the platform. From tills
arm, fastened in an iron ring, the uoe
The party ascended the Btcps leading to
tho scaffold. Rev. Mr. Johnson opened
with a short prayer, tlie prisoner kneeling.
This was followed by the singing of "That
Happy Day will Surely Come," "Jesus the
Sourco of All My Joy," "How Could I
Bear to Hear Thy Voice," and one other,
the title of which the reporter failed to
catch. Tlds was followed by a prayer by
Rev. Mr. Field. The words of the prayer
were well chosen, the matter of it was good,
and it was delivered in a clear, loud voice
and earnest manner, but a sigh of relief
went up from the assemblage at its
conclusion. It was painfully long
The effect of it upon the prisoner was
apparent. It almost exhausted him
Rising from his knees, he leaned against
the side of a barn forming one of the walls
of the inclosure, for support. Burklow in
a few moments recovered his steadiness,
and standing up, shook hands with the
retiring clcrjryman. nis arms were
pinioned above the elbows and the
wrists. Sheriff Carter then shook hands
with him. It should be mentioned
here that it was the desire of Burklow and
his friends that Mr. Carter should execute
him. Deputy Wiley also bade him fare
well, ne was then placed on the trap and
his feet bound. Carter drew the black
scull cap over his face and neck. Boren
was the last man Burklow looked upon.
He shot a glance at him that would have
pierced a stone. During this time from the
pinioning of the arms to the drawing of the
black cap the most profound stillness
prevailed throughout that vast throng. To
see that black-hooded figure standing
motionless on the scaffold with a second
between it and ctcrnitywas a sight to shake
the stoutest of hearts. To some it was
sickening. In adjusting the rope aWit his
neck Burklow wa9 lier.nl to say, "Don't
smother me," or words of a like import.
They were his last. The sheriff stepped
back. His deputy, ax in hand, approached,
with a blow severed the rope that held tlie
trap, and Burklow shot through it with a
heavy thud, the sound of which reached tlie
utmost confines of the crowd. Within tlie
inclosure could be heard tho faint
screams of tlie women on tlie outside and
the surge in the great crowd. He dropped
nearly eight feet, an unusually long drop.
For a few minutes he breathed violently.
Drs. Geo. Bratton, G. W. Elkins, J. M. C.
Damron, and A. J. Benson, took and noted
his pulse and when this became too weak to
be longer felt, took tlie heart beat. He went
through the trap at 2 :20; at 2 :30 his pulse
ceased: in seventeen minutes from
the time of his plunge life was pronounced
extinct; in twenty-seven minutes he was
cut down. His neck was broken by the
fall, and his head hung to Lis shoulders,
limp and swaying in all directions. There
wus a slight discoloration of the neck, and
when the cap was removed he looked as
natural as life. His body was taken
in charge by his relatives, who
stand well among their neigh
bors. Phiced in a coffin, and the screws
driven in, what was mortal of Burklow
was laid away in its last covering. He was
human ; he suffered as few suffer for their
misdeeds while living. And all who have
a grain of charity in tlu-ir composition will
invoke for him that mercy they hope for
Too much cannot be said in praise of
Sheriff Carter and his efficient deputy, Mr.
Wiley. No gentlemen ever performed a
disagreeable duty with more kindness,
patience or humanity. There was not a
flaw in the manner of the execution from
beginning to end. More than this cannot
A WEDDING AT VINCENNES.
Viscknsem, July 4. Last uight Miss
Fannie . Frolit-k wan wedded to Mr.
George Greater. The. affair was a pleasant
one and the happy couple have kind wishes
from their numerous friends. A large num
ber of presents were received by the bride,
which were very handsome. The marriage,
ceremony was performed by tho Rev. Dr.
Thayer of Bloom ington, 111., formerly pastor
of the First Presbyterian church of this
Choice Bacon, Hams, Sides, Shoulders,
Dry and Salt Shoulders nnd Bides, Tierce,
Keg and Bucket Lard, Breakfast Bacon,
etc., etc., all in good stock and for sale at
market price. W. P. Wkkiht.
Nos. 70 and 71 Ohio Levee.
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Flooring, Siding. Lath, Eto
At the very lowet ratci.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On the rhom-uii otlce.
A SPECIALTY made of STEAMBOAT f.t'MBEll,
1 . u a Un mtinnfitrtnr VM ' rr-iui i v u tt i . t a
klk-viiiltMljy, Packing Unxe, Htavea. U i-adjii f
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed propoul will lie received at myffflcnD
tl, ll.l.tili.t. .1... t.h .lut. ,.t t-1.. . 1. . ' . .
... .,..,.,.;, ,v eiii u, hi .in;, n. li. ir,5, lor lilt-
I'lllowlini road work, hald pmiiuvaU mav Indndo
the wlinU Lini'th r.f u.l.l hi..f. t.nl... .....L. ...
.... ...... ,..nVr, in. a. ic ur nil
part thereof, the conuly refervlDg tlierlyht to reject
ktiV nr nl I Vili)i. vi
fiircnitiiiamita new road, beelnnluiron the cen
ter ieiilon line between auction two 'ii and eleven
(Hi, In lowiiHhlu 17, miutb ranve, I went, in llili
county, and runiilim thence norih to the new Cache
brldi-e now belnir bnllt aero Caelie river, raid
rmid to he cleared HO feel wide (So feet
of the renter fectina I i . ) feet In the center of
rmu iiieei in ne innroUL'iny cleun-d of ev.-rvthltiK
'uIiiivm thn Mtirfufu rif (l.u ..h. ..! .... . ii
.-v.v ..... p... u, ,,lv fc.vui.u. atiu un luc UUI'T I'l
feet everything to be removed exc-pt tho sfjintu of
A 10 for road to commence at the outh--rn ap
proach of tho ald new hrldt-e acrn i-alil Cache
river, and to rou along and near Md river toa point
m-ar the Junction of the Thebes ami Joiu shoro
ntfti'l In fhls ffitiritv aal.l ..u.l ... I... ..I....... . ..
wide, .10 feet In center of uld road to be thoroughly
vt.u,.u v. "vijiuiuj duuii iuu aiiriace or mo
t-Mund.on the remainder of each aide of ald l
feet everything to to be removed exreptlng atump
oftreea. bAMl'EL J. HCMM.
CAmo.JnnelO.ieT8. Csost, Ck-A.
OTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
The aw-Mim-nt book containing the
f-r the year IKS have been r--ti.ri.td to nv nffr-..
The lUiur-l ofCuniity Cnmmli-riunera will meet on
Monday. July bin, to exa:ulue and hear any objec
tion eonierniDij the ame. All partlca luterei-led
will gov.-rn theniaelve arcordii.tflv.
bajililj. m-aa, conntT C erk.
rpO THE VOTERS OF ALEXANDER
Wuerea. The County Board of Alexander conn-
V .i II , .. I. k .1 .L..n n. - ..., .L.. .L
.. Mi,..-., nu.tr' lltv.il n l'l,..FVU (IJIU1(,3 Ul iUK
ejection precimt In mhl countv, ail partk-e hav
ing any augi- ttona or petition to offer In regard to
theameare hereby requeued lo file the fame by
the beptemher tH-n-ion of ald board.
SAMUEL J. Hf M.M Connly Cl--rk.
gPECIAL ELECTION NOTICE.
In niirnnre of an ordiT of the I'onr.tT Tlnurd nf
Alexander county, In .talc of Illlnni. ad"optil Juno
S. l!7b. i-rovlilit.it for the holding of a pwlal elec
tion, and .uliruUrlon of the question of lului
bund under the act named in .aid order, public no
tice I hereby givea that a apeclal election will be
TUBSDAT, JCLT TIIE 9TU, 17S,
iu the eeveral preclncta in laid county, a follow,
to-wit: At the Kongo & Keadyenine hitie. Iniha
South Cairo product: at the court bouee.ln the North
Cairo precinct: at thetx bool hou. In the ling Tooth
irecinri; ai in-autre nouce ot u. urrt-n.ee. tn the
jooe lland Drecinct: at tlie storehouse of A. Ii. Ire-
laud, iu the Santa precinct; at the tore boune of
B. V. lirown A Rro., in the Thebe precinct; at the
Cottier chool houre. In the Clear Creek precinct:
at the nwid-nce of bamnel Briley. In the Halewoud
precinct, and at the .tore home of William Uulrce.
iu the tori of i-auduky, in the I'nitv prefluck for
th pnrpoe of voting npou the qntfou of the l.ru
ante of new bond br ald countv. under the act of
the legislature of fd ute enlftied "An avt relat
ing tt county and city debts mi to proide for the
payment thereof by taxation. In tvn countiea and
citi-. approved February l'ith. and to amend
the title thereof," approved asd In fore April ITT,
176. aud fell mid new bond lo raii-e money to pur
chafe or retire ouutandlug bond of aald county, a
rerifi.-d In ald order. h!ch irw bond aha! I Cod
ri't of two hundred and l-n bond, numbered 1 to
210. of the denomination of IHjeach; aud one hun
dred and arty bom:, numbered 211 lo Sou, of the de
nomination of ' rai h, making a total of three
hundred and i-'.xiy bond, of the aggregate amonnt
ofllj.Mi. being about 50 per remuiu of tbe aum
t-iui of ail tbeoutt-tandiug bond propo-.-d lo be re
tired, all of aid new botif to bear dntu July 1.
and draw Interest at the rato of r!x p.-r ceut per an
num from date until tmlil. both nrimitml and Int. r-
et to be payable at the Kirn National bank of New
lork. tn ibeciiy and mate or .New lork. tn aemi
annnul in-tailmeut. on the flrt dav of January
and Jnly of euch year, after date of aald bond, aud
running turougu a period or niuitoea and a hall
Elelit c-nil-annuil lnta!lmr.t of 3 por cent of
the face of ald bond, for and dorine the 6rt four
year; SO equal iiil-anmial Innallment of 5 per
cent of the fare of raid bond for and during the
next fifteen year: aud one final ttiMalluient of the
remainder nf principal and Interevt of aald hnd.
and payable only t-.pon preeenlatlon and aum-nder
of uch contiou: and aid bond to be aii-o eurren-
il.-r-d and d:io h-irged upon the payment of aald
coupon for flti!.! installment'.
Too uroceecii. of a!e of which aald 1112.500 now
bond to be extended under the direction of the
proper authorise of i-ald county, in the purchase or
retiring of each and all of aid iiuutamunir bond,
and lor no other pnrpo'u whatever At which raid
pecial election there will bo ubiiiite(i to the u-gal
voter of ald connty. the nld atie-tlun of i-nufnir
trie a!d new boud. under the aid act approved
and iu force April ?. IS", In manner und form and
for the purpose aforcaid: a'.l ballot east at said
rin-ciai eieeiion In favor of the i-aid question eubtnii
ted a aforesaid, shall read, ' For Issuing the
born!." aud all ballot cast au-aina id qjitiou
shall rein!. "Aealnst Issuing the bond." Poll at
said election will be open at the hour of 6 o'clock
In the morning of said day of election and continue
open until Ihehourof 7 o clork In the afternoon of
the arne day, when they will be rloed.
f'otinty Clerk of aald Aieiander County, lilt
mo. 111. ,. Junes. Ie7.
S-t.Hl Ll. J. Ill MM.
E, F. KUNKLE'S
BITTER WINE OF IRON.
'T'he great ncce and delight of the people. In
X fin't. nothing like It ha ever bean offered tho
Amerlnan people which haa o quickly fonnd It war
Into their good favor and hearty approval a E. F.
Kunkle a Itltter Wlnu of Iron. It iloca all It pro
pose, and thus irlvea universal satisfaction. It la
guaranteed to cure the worst raes of dyspepsia or
iniiigesiioD, aiuuev or liver Hlsease, weaanei.
riervouuesa, miwtinalion. arldlt J the aiomach.
Ac. l,t the gennlne. Only sold In $1.00 bottle.
Depot and offlt e, North N'luth btreet, Philadel
phia. Ask for Kuuklo't and take soother, bold bj
DyKyepciia ! Dyspepsia! Dyspepsia!
E. F. Kunkel'a Bitter Wine of Iron la a auro enr
for till disease. It hua been preaerlbed dully for
many yeara in the practice of eminent pbysklana
with unparalleled u--cs. Symptom ure los
appetite, wind and rising of food, drynesa in mouth,
lieudaclie. dlr..iues. sleeplessne and low spirit.
Oct the genuine. Nut old In bulk, only In $1 bot
tle. H.il'l by all druggists. Ask for t. K. Kutikle'a
Bitter Wine of Iron, aud tae no other, f 1 per but
tie. orjn for six bottle. All 1 ask is a trial of thla
valuable medicine. A trial will convince you at
W ORMS I WORMS! WORMS!
E. F. Kutikle'a Worm Hymn never full to romove
all kind of Worm. Seat, pin and atomach worma
are readily removed by Kunkle worm Syrup. Dr.
Kunkle I the only iir.ceful physician that can re
move tape worm iu from two to four hour. He haa
no fee until head aud all pasae allvo ant tn tbla
space or tune, t ommon auuae teachea ll tape worm
can be removed all other worma can be readily re
moved. Ask your drugglat for a bottle of Kunkel'a
Worm Syrup. Price Jl er bottle. It never fail
or send lo tho doctor for circular. No. 9 North
Ninth atreut, Philadelphia, Pa. Advice free.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, SftJll
men. lo of vitality, premature weaknc, enerva
tion of mlud aud body, disorder Of the brain and
ncrvon vstem, and mlaertea resulting therefrom,
ipeedlly cured by BATHS' SPECIFIC. Prepared
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