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THE DAILY CAIHO RULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY Hi, l7s.
l'KnKr.MoN U. f llle--l'tlVC
;ijyr U. SMITH, M. IX
() iiml lli slilnici'i
KO. .-1 TIIIHTEENT11 STKI.KT, CAIHO, 11.1
1 W. DUNNING, 11. 1).
Olllci' mid Bmlileni' :
OFFlcK- N.W. cr. Mull .1.. m;ur Ohio .eve
KKMIIKM K- i rmr W uln.it urn! Nlnil. i-iri"i
J)R. E. V. YVHITLOCK,
omcE-Nn. YV. Coimmrelnl Aveutie, between
Eik'htli uuil Mutli Streets.
J)U. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKKU'K-Elk'hlh Street, lur.r CPiiinienlitl Avenue.
Q 1. VIIEELEIi,
OXKfCK-Ohio I.i-vi.f. bet. Knurl)) mnl Sixth
JISfiGAH k LANSDEN,
A 1 1 ornoys-a t -I .a w.
OFFICE S. IIS Commcroml Arcane.
tire itullinrly.e.l in atiuuuiu'v H. C. I.OF
LIN a a cinnliiliito for'sherittof Alesmi'liT county.
Huhji-ct to thu ili'dnleti of Uk' pwiple at ttii' election
in of inner next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Moriiiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL FAI'EU OF THE CITY ANT COUNTY
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Timo. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vi-i. Weather.
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Maximum Til. r inoiiM'U-r, !i5; Miuiiuillu Ther
mometer, v.' t; Haiufull. inch.
W. II. HAY.
fcertf't MgMl Service. V. S. A.
Til hue will lie, a meeting of the YV. C. T
U. at the rending room of tin- Reform Club
tin's afternoon at four o'elot k. Mrs. RrjfMoI
will conduct the devotional i v reiscs. Moin
bers ninl others interested i:i the work of
the Union arc requited t' le present.
Mni.i.iE E. YVkhb, Scc'y.
YVlNTElt's PlloTOoltAI'IIIC G.U.I.KHY.
Strangers in tin- city, r those intending to
visit Cairo, are invited to visit Winter's
1 hi t "Lrrnpliic parlors, on Sixth street, le
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, mid examine specimens of his work on
New Piucks. J. B. Docring has re
moved his lmrlter shop from Mh to Ohio
Levee, next door to John SarkWiier and
i!rd iliior from corner th street. Slmve
week day, lUe; Sunday, Lx:. Hair cut
week duy. 25c; Sunday, ;)5c. He will be
I'li-ascd to see all old and many new friends
at the new stand.
Ti'iiNEK Sc iiiK.ii.. Parents that want to
have their lioys take part at the regular
Turning xdiool on Tuesday and Friday
cveiiinj,' between S ami ft o'clock will please
call on or send thcin to Turner Hull. The
charges are only 25c. a month, and a j;ihk1,
strict teacher is engaged. A prize will lie
given to the U-st turner once every month.
ABOUT THE CITY.
Mr. Con. 0'Callahan,of Joneslioro, was
in the city yesterday.
-Mr. T. W. Fitch, of the Cairo and Yin
ceunes road, lias gone Fast.
Mr. . F.Orth and wit's left for Am
Bterdani. Holland, Sunday afternoon, t '
yone iioout three months.
Mr. John Wood, Jr., with Carson, Ptr
rie & Co., of Chicago, is in the city on a
visit to his parents. Ho will remain a
couple of weeks.
Gold Dust, the Perry Powers fast trotting
horse, fell dead in his tracks above Mound
City on Sunday afternoon last. Mr. Clots.
"Walters was driving him at the time.
The Twenty-second annual fair of Wil
liamson county will be held at Marion,
from October 1st t 5th inclusive. The
managers have our thanks for an invitation
to be present.
The colored people of the Free Will
Haptist church of Mound City will mvc a
5,'rund picnic and festival at Locust Grove
below Cache bridge, on Tuesday, July !I0
Messrs. Uird, Kennedy, Gladney, Johnson,
Hcott, Coleman and others are advertised
to deliver addresses. The proceeds of the
Hlfair are to b devoted to completing
Dr. W. H. Smith. ,lr is uUm (,, i,.aVt,
Cairo and permanently rute at Mound
City. His many friends here win r,.Krt.t
this, but as that place now oilers mi excel
lent opening for a good physician-and
thu doctor is rapidly making his way in his
profession they must approve the wisdom
of his action. He will carry with him the
lcbt wishes of this community for suc
cess in his new field of labor.
Mr. Win. Greany, who died suddenly
ou Sunday morning last, whs working the
ly before at the wan house of Hallidiiy
lirothcrs and drank, it is said, copiously of
ice water. It is thought that this brought
uboiit his death. Mr. Greany was about
twenty-five years of age, was well-known
and respected, uud his death will be uni
versally regretted. 1 e w n.biiricd Sunday
afternoon, the Ancient Order of Hibernians,
of which he was u member, attending hU
funeral in a body.
Mrs.JMoses Hurrell and her little daugh
ter narrowly escaped serious injuries while
passing along the streets on Sunday last.
The child came near being trampled under
the feet of a runaway horse, and the ex
citement occasioned by the accident and
the overpowering heat of the day made
Mr. Hurrell seriously and dangerously ill.
Happily, the child was not much injured
and Mr. Hurrell has almost entirely recov
ered from the shock.
An unsophisticated young man named
Lawrence, hailing from Sandusky, came to
town yesterday to see the circus and other
sights. Amoug the other sights was a game
wherein a nicely appearing young man
threw three cards, and it seemed to the San
dusky young man as if it would be impos
sible to lose at it. Indeed. o confident was
he of his ability to w in that he staked his
watch on it. Ollicer llogan got the w atch
back for the Sandiiskyite and gave him
some good advice.
Thirty-three cars of Texas cattle,
drawn by two engines left Cairo last night,
consigned to parties in Chicago. The
train was through from Fort Worth, and
quick time was being made. Yesterday
seventy-five cars were loaded at Fort
Worth, Tayloi.ille. Kmind Rock and Hk k
lnnd, to pass over the same line. The cat
tle are coming thick and fast, and this is
the best evidence of the popularity of a
route not over one year old, and for the
upbuilding of which Capt. Johnson, of
thiscity. is entitled to a large shareof credit.
The following are the otficial returns
from the various precincts of the
county at theclection held on Tuesdav lat
upon the funding proHition : For issuing
the 1kiii1s North Cairo. 100; South Cairo,
lilt; Unity. Hi; Iog Tooth, 23: Goose Is
land, 14: Santa Fe, !: Halewood, 25;
TIicIk s, 7; Clear Creek, no returns. Against
issuing the Umds. North Cairo, 25; South
Cajro, Unite. (: Dog Tooth, 0: Goose Is-
111, 0; Santa Fe.:t ; lalewood, 1 ;T!u-1k-.2! :
Clear Creek, no returns. Total for '''.: total
against. 9. Majority for iuing the bonds.
A delegation of colored lien will
shortly leave this city for Sprin'licM to
interview Gov. Culloin relative to the ao-
Miintinent of olh'cials of the Southern
Illinois jieniteiitiary. Tiny assert that the
colored element of the K'-jmblican party
has been ignored in this as in all other
matters where the emoluments of office
are concerned, and that it is the only peni
tentiary in the Union where distinction is
made on account of color. A colored man
s denied even the sweet bon of being pun
ished at Chester, and has to while awav the
lreary days of his imprisonment at Joliet.
It is not to be wondered at that the color
ed heart is tired with indignation.
The Sun boldly requested us, after we
had charged that Judge Uird could have
obtained the nomination at Carliondale had
he been disposed to trade, to either "put up
or shut up. Using its slangy manner of
expression, we call attention to the fact
that we dil "put up" and that it
immediately "shut up."' Since we
gave it our sources of information
respecting the promised trade it has been
dumb as an oyster. We are not satis-
tied with its silence, and again we return
to the charge. There were improM. r propo
sitions to trade made at Carl KHidale, and if
liird s friends had been as unscrupulous as
the men who made them, liird would have
been nominated. The Sun may obtain sat
factory evidence of this fact by inter
viewing liird, Wright, Keeve, Gladney, et al.
The canvass of Old John Robinson Cir
cus was tilled to its utmost limit at the per
formance last night. Of course it resem
bled in its general features the innumerable
caravan of circuses that have ceased journey
ing for In these many years, but there
were some c.xcMptioually gixrl acts.
The meuage acts of Miss Emma Stick
uey's beautiful Arabian Stud, "Pearl of
the Desert," was something grand to behold
and the enthusiasm of the entire audience
howed their appreciation of the finest act
we ever saw in the circus arena. The
riding of Messrs. lolland and Harelay
was par excellence. The leaping over
horses and elephants by Mr. Kelley was
marvelous in the extreme and he is justly
termed the champion leaper in the world.
Miss Tumour's balancing ou the trape.e
was gruccful and showed great skill, and
her juggling on horse-back is a new feature
in the show business. Last, but not least,
is thu inimitable Lowlow, the clown. He
kept the audience in merriment during the
entire show, and they neuined as if they
would never tire of his witticisms and origi
nality. He made many good Incut hits
that showed him to be at the head of his
PiiiiMIhes kept inspire coniidencc; and
Dr. Hull's Ha by Syrup never promised re
lief in the diseases of childhood without
ell'ecting it. Hence the popular reliance
upon it. Price, 25c. a bottle.
Tin truit cans at A. Halle yV.hoth wholo
sale and retail, at bottom prices.
Choice Hacon, Hams, Side und Shoulders.
Dry Salt Shoulders and Sides, Tierce,
Keg and 'Bucket Lard, Breakfast Bacon,
fctc.., etc., all in good stock and for sale at
lowest market price. W. P, Wiuoiit.
No. 70 and 71 Ohio Levee
THE UALLAlili Ki'KLl'X.
A RAID UPON INOFFENSIVE COL
MIISIOirr-MAlt.UTKltK (JIVE Til KM EIOII
TKEX lliiflls TO LEAVE THE COMMC.MTV
OU IIAVK 1 11K1H NECKS STKKUTIED -ON E
MAN Slh IT. ANOTHER MIoT AT AND OTUEK
The raiding of inoffensive colored fanners
near East Cairo, in Ballard county. Ivy., and
its neighborhood on Sunday night last
created great excitement among the color
ed people of Cairo yesterday. The affair
was discussed among them wherever
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a lew nappciie.i u." couiu loenoi.
Some, under a misapprehension of the
facts and hearing only exaggerated n potts.
declared ill favor of resorting to reta'iatory
measures, while those who were better in
formed deprecated hasty action, and be
lieved the better way would be to invoke
the protection of the law federal and
state. There can be no shadow of excuse
for the conduct of the white men, as it is
detailed below. The negroes who have
been at work there aUnit nine in numlier
are honest and industrious and have the
fullest indorsement of their employers. In
the orders w hich were given to the negroes
to leave the country, no objections to
their eronal characters were given.
They were not charged with being idle, vi
cious or dishonest. It w;s well-known on
the contrary, that their little farms were un
exceptionable well-worked and that the
colony w as enjoying an unusual degree of
prosperity. In any community, where ruf
tianisin and midnight trooping are not tole
rated, such men would be welcomed a.-citizens,
but it remained t'.r Ballard county at
this late day to be di-.TaCed by the action
of a few ofifs iftltss iltizetis wliohavt un
dertaken to drive fr-m the county people i
the character We have indicated tT Iio
other reason than that the color of their
kin is black.
Upon th: reception of the news in
this city a Bcu.etix reporter
was sent out with instructions to ascertain
the facts in the case. It appears that so
far as the negroes were concerned they were
taken entirely by surprise. Xo intimation
had ever been received by them of the raid.
Sunday night about du.-k a body of seven
troopers rode quietly by the cabin of a col
ored man named Addison Cullen, and
shortly afterward returned and rode bv
again without halting. Thev bad been
gone but a few minutes- when Mrs. Scott, a
colored woman, '.he wife of a fisherman, ar
rived at Culleu's bouse and stated
that her busbund had been called
upon by a band of men and
ordered to leave the ''bank'' (meaning the
i-trip of ground lying along the river front;
by the next day ut three o'clock. She had
hardly finished her story when the baud
returned to Culleu's (known as the Hashen
place). Three rode ou. w hile the remain
ing four dismounted and approached the
house. Meeting Cullen, one of them, who
appeared to be the leader, told hitu: "We
have just left Blandville, w here we received
orders from the governor to get you nig
gers oil the bank, and will give you until
to-morrow at ;i o'clock to clear out.'' Cullen,
so we are informed, repre
sented to them that lie had some work to
do on his crops, that all he had in the
world was there, and it was impossible for
him, just then, to move his family, ns he
had noway of pioctiring shelter for them.
They paid no attention to this remonstrance,
but informed him that their orders must be
obeyed and he must get out within the
time prescribed. They would, however,
permit him to finish his most pressing work
during the daytime, which would occupy
tin longer than a few days, and when
it came to gather his corn he might employ
him a white man to do it. At this point
in the conversation three of the band
moved off about twenty yards, leaving Cul
len talking to the leader. A pistol shot wus
heard, and one of the three returned to
where Cullen and the leader were standing
And inquired if tin y had tired a shot. He
was answered in the negative, and us Cullen
turned to walk oil", he wai charged with
having tired the shot. He denied if, stating
that he had no weapon iu his possession. He
was told he w as a liar, and a pistol w as
placid between his shoulders, and the trig
ger pulled. Fortunately for Cullen it miss
ed tire. After further parley the party
drew off and proceeded to the cabin of
an aged colored man. lie was found lying
en the floor and some of the gang kick
ed and otherwise maltreated him until
he became so alarmed and frightened
that he took to his heels and run from the
house. Two shuts were fired at him, one
taking effect jut above the wrist of the
right arm. Before he tied, however, he was
told that they intended to kill him, as he
might inform on them. Jones had the bullet
cut from his wrist and it was to be seen in
this city yesterday.
Then they raided the place of .ftie Niiuins,
anothi r colored man, running him and
his wife from the premises, and destroying
what household goods the pair possessed.
After the talk with Cullen, the horse of one
of the party ran away and a pistol, flask of
whisky and a coat were found at intervals
along the road.
All the colored people visited by the
band were told that their visitors were reg
ular kuklux, and that the orders they had
given would be carried out.
The action of the marauders
had its effect. The negroes, tilled
with alarm and terror, deserted their
homes and tied to this city. The names of
the ruilers are known and are withheld for
the reason that their publication at this
tiuieinight interfere with the workings of the
law. The most active and rigorous meas
ures have been taken t- secure the arn-t and
punishment of the iu n w ho have thus dis
graced Ballard county, and the parties who
have untertak'-u tae prosecution are thor
oughly in earnest in their efforts to protect
their own rights and see to it that the u -gn.'cs
are protected in their-.
Unuemithno application will reduce
disease unh s-the blood be kept constantly
pure and rich. For all hard workers the
remedy to keep the blood i:i the In-st Con
dition is Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture.
Ancient Casti.es. What appeals to the
imaginative and reflective powers of man
more than the ruins of some ancient ivy-cov
ered and forsaken ca -tie ( Poets have invited
the muses to help them weave into verse
the h geiiderie chivalry and bravery that
history accords to their former owners and
occupants. Painters have vied with each
other in portraying the grandeur of their
solitude and decay. But is it not the per
matuie aud social wreck of thousands of
young people, annually, a theme that
should appeal much more keenly to the re
tle'.tive faculties of man! Dr. IJ. V. Pierce,
of Buffalo, X. Y., prescribes his
Golden Medical Discovery in such affections
with the mo-t gratifying results. Xo
known remedy equals or compares w ith it
in purifying and enriching the blood,
strengthening and invigorating the nervous
system. If the bowels be constipated, use
his Pleasant Purgative Pellets. In the
tnore complicated cases, Dr. Pierce may be
consulted by letter, and will generally be
al ile to prescribe medicine especially pre
pared for each individual case that will
speedily restore nervous vigor and perfect
The following parties, among thousands
of others, have either been cured by the
use of Dr. Pierce's Medicines or have 'ob
served their wonderful curative properties
J. R. Sell, Cairo, Ky.; Mrs. A. M. Wil
liams, Claverack, X. Y.; C. T. Hubbs, Ran
dolph, Pu.; C. B. Caiilield. Chatham Four
Corners, X. Y.; Albert C. Huston, Washing
ton, Ohio; Mrs. E. R. Daily, Metropolis, HI.;
John B. Ledtennan, Pekin, III.; R. A.
Johnson, Buffalo, X. Y; A. McClure, Al
bany, X. Y.: L. W. Griswold, Brackville,
N. Y. ; .1. W. Bayer, Vermillion, III. For
further particulars see "The People's Com
mon Sense Medical Adviser," an illustrated
work of over U00 pages, sold post-paid, for
$1.50. Address the author, U. V. Pierce,
M. D.. Bulla lo, X. Y.
Notice.--I will commence Monday, the
jad inst., to impound all hogs and slock
running at large within the city limits
contrary to the city ordinance.
C. 1). Auteii, Chief of Police.
Qckiiy. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro'
'Seal of North Carolina" at the same price?
I.KTT1E C0l.KMA.V8 I.AI NDKY.
Mm. Lcttie Coleman, who has her
laundry on Fourth strett, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues, bikes
this method of informing her old friends
and patrons that she is at their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage. Sho
has reduced prices to suit the time.
ANOTHER VICTORY TOR JOSH.
The announcement made in the following
letter that Mr. Justice R. Cunningham
withdraws from the Congressional contest
will fill many a Democratic heart with sad
ness, while the removal of so formidable
an opponent will inspire Republicans every
where with rejoicing. But the latter need
not lay the flattering unction to their soul
that the Achilles of Egyptian Democracy
will retire to his tent ami sulk while its
enemies are making victory easy, On the
contrary, as he intimate in his letter, he
will do as he has always dom "make an
active canvass." He will make the hills
and vales of the Eighteenth district re
sound with blasts of his bugle horn, sum
moning to his aid his trusty following
a following that will rout the Radicals
horse, foot and dragoons in November m xt.
It would have afforded us infinite pleasuie
to have given Mr. C. our humble suppoit
for anything he wants, but as he declines
the coveted prize which a Democratic nom
ination would give, we must reluctantly
abide by the conclusion that he has arrived
at, saying only "that of all sad word of
tongue or pui the saddest are these: It
might have been :"
OKJfll E OP J. R. ClNNINflllAM. )
Moi noCitv, I i.i,., July 14, 17. (
Hon John 11. o!er!.v, lKar sir:
I am no candidate for Congress nor a
membi r of the Legislature at the ensuing
election. But I will always do as I have
done, make un active canvass for the entire
Democratic ticket, and walk over Captain
John R. Thomas with Judge Allen as our
.It STH E R. Cl SNI.MHIAM.
I am ever for you, Bioiher John, for
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or .Inly. Is7s. 11. II Camikk. Nulary I'uhllc.
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Jiinlliirs" Sulurii'i" iwii.ni
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lull rest nil linrruweil money ., 1:1,05
lii pulre In iiml ul. nut we liool liouses mill
fur taiili rlal 17:1
Cfi'llllillk' Si lllll'l lllllKl'H 'J'J.Vl
U'hllf wu-lillii mU lime-.' nmi trees t.ui
Tuwels. ui.il fur iiflilnK miiiiu DU.Sji
Simp, liriMiins. Dm ketn, Unisliif, elc HT.V.'i
Si lii'iliiliK. I'niyiiiiH. 1'iiper utiil Ink 11 I'.i
t'riiirinniiii'S. ninl tertilliiites of pro
million Is. (ii
Hi'l'iilrliiif lili tlniiiiry l.'i'i
( lull lloils mill Stove Polish R.llS
Illmkhuiiril Hiihliers.... 1CU)
SUilhii; llliiekhuiirilH 71, i
lliir'luui'.' ,,, :i;.ii,i
Stoves Ik ll el Stovepipe o'.Dl
Hi'pnlrliiL; HtuveH ninl Sluvi pipe ii.ti
Fuel , Hem
Teli'k'rmiis , 70
Takliik! Ceti.-m ,'jn.no
IlautliikM liulm to ivnU from Illk'h ScIkhiI. 4.IHI
W. P. HALLWAY, lTenUknt.
F, liUUSMSYEU, Secntur
Hoof ANT) Mint MAKKKS.
U00T AND SHOE MAKER
ATI! EXE I'M BUILDING,
Commercial Avenue, lni. I '.,I,.., Ill
Sixth uud Seventh Mo. f CilllO, JII,
'IWKKS 'ileiisuru 'n :tiiiif hi in Inirtn hl putrotm uml
1 Hie in . Hi- Lreiienillv Unit In- lino rui cully retelveil
tlie Mm i.ii. nii-t ni-lei'i sun k of l.eutlii-rs of every
ili -i rlp::i'ii t hronvhi to ililn i iiv. All ttnrk J
hl Iliii' e ..- ui. 'l I'lomi'l'i uml In die hi -t iiiiiiiimt.
hut irt- mil- ai tn. i: ioi, ii iveiy in-nuin.. 'rln
leai.nl inle. Aeoolin . i : Hit Inn" -. tt-lliU d tu till to
rail uml i xiiinlne lmmmU ninl l-nrn prltec
Tlie Cairo l!ox ami Haskct Co.
Wll.i. H ll.MMI
Flooring, Sulintr. I.ntli. Ktc
Al the very limel rule.
Having u Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
Wv arv prepared tu
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDER
On the fliortrim ollco.
4 SPKCIAI.TY n.a.le of TB A M HOAT f.CMIIEIt.
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