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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1S7S.
yf ll. SMITH, M. D.
Offlf and Resilience :
NO. 91 THIRTEENTH HTRKKT. CAIRO. TI.L'
1 W. DUNNING, M.D.
Office and Residence :
OFFKE-V W. cor. Sixth t., near Ohio Levee.
RESlDKNl K-C'oriaT Wlliut and Niuth atrwta.
H. K. W. WIUTLOCK,
rricr-'o. IV. Commorciul Avouue, between
EluUlh nud Ninth Mruut.
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Struct, ucar CmntmrcUl Avcnne,
Q P. WHEELER,
(iFFIt'E-Olilo Levee bet. Fourth niul Sixth t
J IXEGAK A LANSDEN,
OFFICE So. Ill Commercial Avenue.
jrV(! urc: authorized to aimoiihcu H. C. LOF
LIN as a cumiUlatu fur Mi. Tlfl iif AU luu.Urr county,
uhjwt to thu (Kh IkImu of Uiu pwoplu at ibu election
In November uoxt.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
SirivAt, Omen, I
'Cairo, III., July
17. K (
Time. itnr. ThiT, Hum Wiud. Vul. Weather.
:44a.tn 39 .M
a p.m.. i!t.!4
S S Clear.
NV :) Clear.
W 3 Hear.
NV 2 Clear.
Maximum Thermometer, !4S; Miuliuum Ther
mometer, H' ; Uiilufall, luck.
W. II. HAY.
Serg't Signal Service, I'. S. A.
Notice. Personal tuxes mu.-t Ikj paid
on or before. July 25th inst. After tlmt
(lute I will levy on personal property for
payment. Parties interested should pay
up niul savo cost.' Peter S.ut, Sheriff.
(.'aim, July 17, 187.
Refrigerators at Cost I liuve a largo
number of Refrigerators which I will sell at
cost. Person in neel of an article of that
kind should ' give me an early call, as I
men business and will give them a good
bargain. A. Hali.ey.
Winter's PnoToouAruic Gallery.
Strangers in the city, or those intending to
visit Cairo, are invited to visit Winter's
photographic parlors, on Sixth street, le
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nue, and examine specimens of his work on
New Prices. J. B. Docring has re
moved his barber shop from 8th to Ohio
Levee, nut door to John Sackberger and
vl door from corner 8th street. Shave
week day, 10c; Sunday, 15c. Hair cut
week day, 25c; Sunday, 35c. Ho will be
pleased to see all old and many new friends
at the new stand.
TmsER School. Parents that want to
have their boyi take part at the regular
Turning school on Tuesday and Friday
evening between 8 and 0 o'clock will please
call on or send them to Turner Hull. The
charges are only 25c. a month, and a good,
strict teacher is engaged. A prize will )e
given to the best turner once every month.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hughes have re
turned homo from Chicago,
Mr. John II. Oberly went toChicagoon
the noon train yesterday.
The county now feeds seven prisoners
five male and two female.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elliot left the city
yesterday afternoon for Lexington, Ky.
Mr. William B. Gilbert, who has been
in Wisconsin for the past ten days, return
ed home this morning.
Mr. Harry Hughes yesterday took his
departure for Hot Springs. Ho will be
gone about one month.
Mrs. E. W. Horr and daughter, of
Blandville, Ky., passed through this city
yesterday, en route to Dubuque, Iowa.
Democrats should not forget that on
Saturday next a mass convention of tliu
party will bo held at the court-house at 3
We aro pleased to hear that Dr. N. R.
Casey, of Mound City, has nearly recovered
from his wound and is able to be about on
A very pleasant party was given at the
residence of Mr. John Antrim on Tuesday
evening. A large number of the youth and
beauty of the city was present.
The thermometer at this point yester
day indicated 04 degrees, and observations
throughout tho country show that tho
intenso heat of tho past eight or nine days
baa spent its force.
Col. W. J. Ingram, editor and manager
Murphyslioro Industrial Tribune, Jackson
couaty, Illinois, official organ of the Na
tional Orcenback party. Eighteenth con
gressional district, favored us with a call
Sarah Williams id ono of tho oldest of
fenders known to our local authorities,
Sarah has becomo a public nuisance and u
public bunh'U, and tho kind of punishment
which tho ordinances authorize in her enso
is entirely inadequate.
Mr. Tom Wilson, who lias just ro
turned from a trip along tho line of the
Cairo and Vincennes road, reports heavy
raius in Johnson county Wednesday
night, with swollen streams. A spell of
rain in this immediate vicinity would be
received with thanksgiving and praise.
A large dryer in of one the elevators op.
crated by Hallidity Brothers in the upper
end of tho city fell from its resting place
yesterday afternoon, scattering three thou
sand bushels of corn all over the establish.
meut. f ortunately there was no one near
enough to the bin when it fell to be hurt,
but it served to give everybody witliiu
hearing distance a big scare.
A distressing night was to be seen at
tho court-houso yesterday evening. A
Norwegian, an old man, reduced to poverty,
was lying on the back porch, prostrated
with sickness, superinduced by the heat
ami want of nourishment. He had tramped
all tho way from Salt Lake. The gentlemen
about the court-house took him in charge
and careil for his immediate wants.
Yesterday morning about ten o'clock
Ilurd's team of horses while stnndingon Com
mercial avenue took fright and dashed down
the avenue to Eighth street and out Kighth
to Washington. They became disengaged
from the wagon to which they were at
tached at Geo. Steinhouse's barber shop,
damaging a large barber pole and running
over Mr. Trigg, who was doing his best to
arrest their career. Fortunately he was
not injured. The wagon was not damaged,
but it is said one of the horses sustained
some serious bruises.
A white man about forty-five years old
was found dead on Halliday's wliar.'boat
yesterday morning. He was a stranger in
this city and nothing is known of him, al
though it is asserted that he was on his way
to St. Louis. He dii'd of dysentery and ex
haustion, and was in an absolutely destitute
condition. Papers found on his person in
dicate that he had recently been working at
Pecan Point, Mo., had owned some property
there, and was sold out under a foreclosure.
Memoranda addressed to "My dear brother,
John Smith," at Duchess county, New York,
and signed by Thomas Smith, were nlo
tiaind, mid this furnishes the only clew to
his identity. His feet were Wind in rags
and his apparel and all outward signs
showed that he was in Very straightened
circumstances. No inouest was held, and
he was buried at the expense of the county.
The Sun of yesterday makes the very
serious charge that we did not WTieve what
we wrote nlmut the npalhy of Cairo Rcpub-
licans regarding the outragescommitted up
on colored citizens of Ballard county. We
hnvo uniformly treated our astute Heights r
with the courtesy due to a member of her
sex, and wo are grieved beyond utterance to
seethe dear old gazelle go off into one of her
tantrums and abuse those who cherish her
with a love that is all a love, by expressing
doubts of their sincerity. Whatever she
may say of us in a spell of anger, we cannot
but cling to tho In-lief that in her calm and
reflective moods she will do us justice, sec
the errors into which passion has led her, and
take us once more to her motherly and for
giving lxwom. She likes us, and she can't
Prejudice often rules in the physical
treatment of babies. They are allowed to
suffer and scream with pain from Colic,
Flutulenco, Bowel Disorders, etc, when
some simple, reliable and safe remedy as
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup, would give almost
immediate relief and perfect ease to the lit
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
At a meeting of the, Ancient Order of
HilaTtiians, Division No. 1, of Cairo, Ills.,
held at their hall on the 14th inst., the fol
lowing preamble and resolutions, relative
to the death of Wui. Ureutiy, were unani
Whereas, it has pleased Almighty God to
remove from our midst a worthy and valu
ble citizen, und from this society an
earnest and devoted advocate of
true Christian charity; therefore,
Resolved, That while laming in humble
submission to the decree of our Heavenly
Father, wo feel that in the death of Brother.
William Oreany this society has suffered
irreparably, and we not only regret the loss,
but deeply deplore his sudden and untime
Resolved, That the sympathy of this or
ganization be and is hereby extended to
the parents, brothers and Misters of our de
ceased brother in the sad alHction they
have been tailed upon ho suddenly to
Resolved, That these resolutions be spread
upon the records of this society, a copy be
furnished the relatives of deceased, as also
to the city press and Irish World, with tho
request that they publish the same.
M. O I )( INN KM.,
J. 1. Maknkl,
Improper articles of food often cause the
blood to become loaded with foul humors.
Cleanse the blood with Dr. liull'i Blood
Mixture and be healthy.
Courthoi'hk Saumin. This sahsm, un
der the management of Mr. John II.
Beecher, grows In popularity with Its pat
ron. And so it should, for Mr. .
prtilei himself on tho quality of
his liquors, winei and cigars. He dis-
jtcusee none but the In-st of theso articles.
Meale aro also provided at tho house at all
hours. The public are Invited to give him
THE BALLARD OUTRAGE.
what a prominent citizen of Till county
HAS TO say auolt it the feeukuovkh
Through tho courtesy of Mr. John E.
Henderson we are euabled to givo tho fol
lowing extracts from a private letter receiv
ed by him from a prominent citizen of Bal
lard county. It is dated Blandville, 18th
I am in receipt of tho Cuiro Billbtin of
tho 17th, which you wero so thoughtful as to
send me, and noticed an article headed
"Tho Ballard Kuklux Again" in which I
think tho writer makes several mistakes.
Neither Judge Wilds, county judge, T. P.
Hays, county attorney, nor myself were
aware until lust night that any such foul
and dastardly proceedings had been done
in our county lately. In speaking with
Judge Wilds he stated that he was powerless
to ilo anything, unless som .' person would
prefer a charge against the rowdies., one
who could tell where and whom
he could get witnesses, nnd it
anyone would do that, he would gladly
issue subpuuiiis and attachments for them,
and those who scared away the colored
people. The authorities are not to blame
the blame lies upon the shoulders (if the
colored persons who left, and others in that
neighliorhood for not reporting the out
rage before this to the proper persons, and if
they had, the villains would secure the pun
ishment they deserve.
I expect to see the Radical papers make
capital out of the outrage, but if the truth
were known, they would lie at better busi
ness in cleansing their own party of its foul
You, the Bulletin, Sun, and everyone else
fan rest assured that if witnesses can lie
had the perpetrators of the outrage will be
dealt with according to law.
Smokers, if you wish a tine "Key West'
or 'imported' cigar, call at Korsineycr's
cigar store. It is the only place in the city
almost daily in receipt of fresh goods.
Choice Bacon, Hams, Sides and Shoulders.
Dry Salt Shoulders and Sides, Tierce,
Keg and Bucket Lard, Breakfast Bacon,
etc., etc., all in good stock and tor sale at
lowest market price. W. P. Wuic.iit.
No. Til and 71 Ohio Levee.
MASSAC COl'NTY DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION
Pursuant to a call of the Chairman of the
51st Senatorial and Representative District,
the Democrats of Massac county met in
mass convention, at Metropolis, on the 13th
inst., and proceeded to business by calling
Esquire J. K. Roberts to the chair.
The Chairman briefly stated the object.
of the meetint;.
Morris Dinkelspeel was elected Secretary.
S. S. Shoemaker was elected Chairman
of the Congressional Committee.
R. F. Smith, Esq., was elected Chairman
of the County Senatorial Committee.
Hon. Win. Hart.cll and Hon. W. J. Al
len were nominated for Congressional candi
dates, and the election resulted in a choice
of the latter gentleman.
On motion the Chairman npHiintcd the
following gentlemen to attend the Congres
sional convention to be held at Joncsboro
on the 22d inst.:
Delegates Dr. F. A. Halliday, E. H.
Tucker, W. A. McBanc and Hon. T. B.
Alternates T. J. Parker, T. Harrington,
J. C. Courtney and H. E. Armstrong.
On motion it was agreed that either of
these gentlemen be cmiowercd to cast the
vote of all.
James C. Courtney was elected by accla
mation as a candiilute for representative.
On motion the chairman apiointcd the
following gentlemen to attend the Senato
rial convention to bo held at Mound City
on the 30th inst:
Delegates T. 15. Hicks, T. J. Parker, M.
Dinkelspeel and II. Hampcndahl.
On motion it was agreed that the dele
gates receive no further instructions than
that J. F. Courtney be their tlrst choice on
The following resolutions were offered
and unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That as Democrats we endorso
the late Democratic platform, and would
add the following amendment:
Resolved, That wo aro in favor of any
and all necessary legislation for tho work-
ingmen s interests, believing that many re
tonus arc needed in order to give the labor
ing classes employment at a fair remuner
Resolved, That we areas a party opitosed
to all attempts that have or may bo uiado
towards paying rebel claims.
Resolved, J mt the secretary bo instruct
ed to send copies of these proceedings to
tint papers of the district with a request for
On motion the convention adjourned.
Moiiuis Dinkki.hpkkIi, Secretary.
Ancient Castles. What appeals to tho
imaginative and reflective powers of man
more than the ruins of some undent ivy-cov
ered and forsaken castlel Poets have Invited
the muses to help them weave into verso
tho legendcrio chivalry and bravery that
history accords to their former owners and
occupants. Painters have vied with eueh
other in portraying tho grandeur of their
solitude and decay. But is it not tho per
mature und social wreck of thousands of
young people, annually, a theme that
should appeal much more keenly to the re
flective faculties of man? Dr. K. V. Pierce,
of Buffalo, N. Y., prescribes his
Golden Medical Discovery in such affections
with the most gratifying results. No
known remedy equals or compares with it
in purifying and enriching tho blood,
strengthening and invigorating tho nervous
system. If tho bowels bo constipated, use
his Pleasant Purgative Pellets. In tho
more complicated cases, Dr. Pierce may be
consulted by letter, and will generally be
able to prescribo medicines especially ire
pared for each individual case that will
speedily restore nervous vigor und perfect
The following parties, among thousands
of others, have cither been cured by the
use of Dr. Pierce's Medicines or have ob
served their wonderful curative properties
J. R. Seltz, Cairo, Ky.; Mrs. A. M. Wil
liams, Claverack, N. Y.; C.T. Hubbs, Ran
doliih, Pa.; C. B. Cunlleld. Chatham Four
Corners, N. Y.; Albert C. Baston, Washing
ton, Ohio; Mrs. E. R. Daily, Metropolis. III.
John 11. Ledterman, Pekin, III.; R. A.
Johnson, Buffalo, N. Y.; A. McClure, Al
bany, . 1 .; L. . Griswohl, Urackville,
N. Y.; J. . Bayer, Vermillion, III. For
further particulars see "The People's Com
mon Sense Medical Adviser." an illustrated
work of over !iu() pages, sold post-paid, for
fl.50. Address the author, R.Y.Pierce,
M. D., Buffalo, N. Y.
Livku is Kino. The liver is the imperial
organ of the whole human system, as it con
trols the life, health and happiness of man.
When it is disturbed in its proper action,
all kinds of ailments are the natural result.
The digestion of food, the movements of the
heart and blood, the action of the brain and
nervous system are all immediately connect
ed with the workings of the liver. It has
been successfully proved that Green's Au
gust Flower is unoqualcd in curing all per
son's afflicted with dyspepsia or liver com
plaint, ami all the numerous symptoms that
result from an unhealthy condition of the
liver and stomach. Sample bottles to try,
10 cents. Positively sold in all towns on
the western continent. Three doses will
prove that it is just what you want.
Qi'ery. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bros
"Seal of North Carolina" at the suuie price?
I.KTTIK COLEMAN'S LAI.NHUY.
Mrs. Lettie Coleman, who has her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues, takes
this method of informing her old friends
and patrons tlmt she is at their ser
vices, and solicits their patronage. She
has reduced prices to unit the times.
A LIST OK THE KILLED AND INJURED.
Barnesvii.lk. O., July 17. This morn
ing aliout !) :3U o'clock a terrific explosion
occurred here, caused by the exploding of
the lioilcr of Davis & Starbucks large
planing mill, which was so terrific as to he
heard throughout the city, and caused
great loss of life ami property. Immedi
ately after tho explosion occurred the alarm
of fire was sounded, and a crowd was seen
winding its way to the mill. It was plain
to them that something terrible had trans
spired. The building caught fire but with skillful
efforts the firemen extinguished the flames.
Then commenced the search for the dead
and wounded who were embedded in the de
bris. The timl)ers were so completely jam
med together that it was several hours be
fore all the liodies were recovered. Jas.
Padget, the fireman, was blown against a pile
of lumlertwo hundred feet away, mangling
his Ixxly horribly beyond recognition. Four
others were completely buried beneath the
ruins. It took two hours to get them out.
Three of these are supposed to have been
killed instantly, and another died shortly af
ter being tarried to his home. Five others
badly injured, who are lying in a dying
condition. It is not known as yet whether
any will live. Great excitement prevails
concerning the explosion. Women and
children may now be sec running about,
bemoaning the loss of their frieiids.
TUB KILLED AND WOUNDED.
Tht! names of the killed thus far known
are as follows: Jas. Padget, (.'has. Ellsler,
Win. Jlyser und Jas. Biirchard, ull whom
were terribly mangled. Those seriously in
jured are J no. Moore, hand terribly cut,
skull staved in and otherwise bruised; in.
Dent, leg broken and injured internally;
Jas. Blowers, arm broken and deep gash in
skull; little Charley Ellsler, son of Chus.
Ellsler, who was killed, has a deep cut in
the neck and was bruised about the head;
Samuel Blowers, bruised and injured in
ternally. Janet Ellis very narrowly es
caped with Ids life by jumping out of a
second story window just as the building
was falling. Evcryliody is wild and can
think of nothing else but the calamity.
Then) may lie more dead found as soon as
tho debris is cleared away.
UNVEILING OF THE DOUGLAS
MONUMENT AT CHICAGO.
Ciiicaoo, July 17. About one thousand
people w itnessed the unveiling of the Doug
las monument on Thirty-fifth street, near
Lake Michigan, to-day. Among the nota
bles present were ull the members of tho
legislative monument association, Judge
Caton of Ottawa, Robert T. Lincoln, Potter
Palmer and Mrs. Julius Granger, sister of
Mr. Douglas. Judge Caton delivered the
address, which was necessarily brief on ac
count of the great heat, and tho ceremonies
ended informally und speedily for the same
Nevada City, Nevada Co., Cal.,
May 84th, 1875. f
It. V. l'lerro, M. D., nulfoln, N. Y.i
Dear Hi b For three years I was afflict
ed with a scaly eruption on the face, and
pimples. I tried every physician, and every
remedy that I could hear of, but to no pur
ose. At last I tried your Golden Medical
Discovery, und was happily astonished with
tho result. In ono month' timo my face
became smooth and well, and every pimple
and blotch disappeared. I regard it ai tho
Inst remedy In the world for diseases of
tho blood. Yours truly, A. Diamond.
rmiE PALACE HOTEL OF CHICAGO.
PRICES REDUCED TO 83 PER DAY.
Above Parlor Floor, excotillui; Frolit Itoonis and Itooms with Uulh.
KOOMS WITHOUT JJOAKI). 81 TO S2 PER DAY.
AN ELEGANT RESTAURANT CONNECTED WITH THIS HOUSE
jjJUKEKA ! EUKEKA ! !
A Substitute for Life Insurance Companies.
Widows' axd Oimmians' Mutual Aid Society
Orunnlwd Ju'.y . 17. auier the Iu of tUe Mate
O 1' J-' K'KlfS:
N. B. TIIITLEVooD. President.
MRS. P. A. TAYLOR. Vice I'i:i;mdi..nt. J. A. GoLDSTINE. Tr,r..sst rlr.
DR. J. J. GORDON, Medical Adv isor. THOMAS LEWIS, Secretary.
J. J. OOKDON,
.1. A. OOLDsTINE,
MRS. S. A. AY RES,
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The strongest company is the ono which has tho most dollars of well invested
ASSETS KOU EVERY DOLLAR OK I.IA11II.ITIES.
Of seventeen Life Insurance Companies the ratio of assets (excluding premium
notes) to liabilities, tho Kijuituhlo is largest, being 121.99. The second largest is 1 19.
77, and the third largest 117.32.
IffThesc figures arc from the official report of the New York Insurance Depart
ment, June 1, 1878.
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of r.!!iu-!". fitiyrla!iK-. inly ,. I?:;. ut.dtr act oj
BOARD OF MANAGERS.
MRS. p. A. TAYLOR, , MRS. t. C FORD,
N. II. Til IsTI.EWooIi, p. D. AYRES,
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