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THE DAILY . CAIRO BULLETIN: j FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 2G, 1878.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
STIHT XORNIXU (MUKDAYt BXl EITKU).
CHcti Billetin Building, Washington. Avenue,
g ".V.Vlio wcuml the nomination for Congress, Judge
Alk'n stirred the echoes of the Eighteenth
district in his eff rts to muko the culling
and election of his successful competitor
Mu. Hahtzell will take no active part iu
the canvass forjudge Allen. He may make
a speech or two in the Nineteenth district,
but he will devote most of his tiino to the
Eighteenth. This is the proper course for
Mr. Hartzell to pursue; and ho could do no
less. Four years ngo, when Mr. Hartell
Ono mouth LUU
fly null (In advance), one year
to clubs of ten and over per copy!
1'ostajre Iu ll cases prepaid,
Lord Beaconbkield was gartered by
Queen Victoria thus : Sho tied around the
bon; placed on his wise head, full of brains
H'ji and covered with hair, a black velvet hat,
m plumed with whito ostrich and black heron
First insertion, per squaru
tinbaeqncnl iunertiou. per square...
For one w eek, per square
For two week, per quaru
For three week, per square
for one moulh. per square
ach addiUoual square
First Insertion, per quure.'..'. fj.oo feathers, fastened with a diamond; put on
Kiphi line of solid noupreii constitute tinre. lus neck a gold collar; placed on lus shoul
liiiia,e(i uteriii.eiiieiiie will wc rimiKru iiiuiu- i , , , . ......
ine to the space occupied, it above ratesthere be- ers a wue velvet mantle lined Willi white
wi: tweiTe UUCP 01 poiiu ivec ui 111c nit I 4 ir . .. , r, , .
To recuiar advertiser e offer superior Induce- taffeta; fastened St. Georges star on his
menu, both as to ml in of charge aud niauuer of I , . n-i i t it. . , ,
displayihi-their favor, "ichm, i his none, iini ix'aeonsuein suxhi
Lor I notlrw twenty tent per Hue Tor first Inier- .11. ; , t .-, . mi 1
lion; ten cent per Hue fur each subbseqoeut iuser- UP Knight of the Garter. He deserved
Communication upon nbject of general Interett
to lb public are at all time acceptable. Hcjccted
manuscript w ill not be returned.
Letter and communication hould b addressed
"Cairo Bulletlu, Cairo. Illinois."
JN'O. H. OREKLY, General Manager.
OFFICIAL TAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Only Morning' Daily iu Southern Illinois.
Thou. Nally, Kditor.
fOR FTATE TKIimt'RER.
EDWARD L. CHONKKITE, of Stephenson.
WB ICPERIKTrNDKNT llf Pl'RI.IC INOTHCCTION,
SAMUEL M. ETTEIl. of McLean.
roH clwux or tuh serums court, soithrhs urakd
JACOB 0. CHANCE, of Marlon.
rcB curk or Tin aitki,i.itb cockt, soi-thirx
6RAKU DIVISION, ...
JOHN Q. IIAU1IAN. of Alexander
TnE Sun says Tiik BuLLE-px did and
said all it dared do and say to prevent
Judge Allen's nomination. The Sun is
mistaken. The Bulletin dares do what
ever it wants to, and might have done not
a little to prevent Judge Allen's nomination ;
but The Bulletin Wlieved the nomination
of the judge required by the peculiar con
ditions of the party, and therefore favored
the demand of his friends that lie should
be permitted to make the race. And now
that he has been nominated, The Buixetin
intends to see that lie is elected.
The Democrats of Sangamon county
have endorsed Springer and instructed their
tor coNuRRkK-iiuiiTiaNTHroNORiMioaALuiitTRicT delegates to the Democratic congressional
convention of that district to vote for his
renomination. We applaud with hands,
feet and voice. Springer is a man the Dem
ocrats have every reason to sustain. He is
JIesino will remove from Illinois to Ari- persistent, plucky and able. Not always
iona. imj jn l.jg actions for who is? he is al
ls there no law in Illinois to restore order W8-T8 a l,rave fighter for his ideas, and is
W. J. ALLEN, of Jackson
TOR RETKMIHTATITIlt NrTmiltT FIXATOIUA.L DIS
TIlllT. T. W. IIALLIDAY. of Alexander.
T. T. KOHINSOS. of Jackson.
jn East St. Louis?
Oke of the sons of Gen. Robt. E. Lee is a
candidate for Congress against Eppa Hun
ton who lately challenged another fellow to
fglit a duel.
Cartkr Tkact and John C. Snigg have
l-ecn nominated for the lower house of the
General Assembly by the Democracy of
Sangamon county. They are bith good
men and will no doubt 1 elected.
Mr. Lewis Steward of Piano, who was
the Democratic-Independent candidate for
Governor in 176, is a good soul. Trie other
day he took 150 boys and girls from his out s word. They have gone from our gaze
lovely in our eyes lecause he is hated both
by the meanest of the Radicals and the
most rock-bound of the Democrats. We
are in favor of sending him up head.
TVnEN we learned that our good old
Democratic friends, Messrs. Metcalf, Houpt,
and RoUrts, were making preparations to
leave the party, we sang to them tearfully
We have bwn Ions together,
Through pleasant aud through Hurray weather.
Ti hard to part w hi n friend are dear
"Twill cause, pcrbapt. a !.-b. a tear.
Then eteal away, give lit tie warnins,
Choose thine own time, my Dot cood night.
They took our advice. They left us with-
town to Forepaugh's cirrus at Sandwich.
Cuitr-JisTKB 0. M. Roberts, an able
man, has Urn nominated by the Democratic
I-arty for Governor of Texas. This nomi
nation resulted after a hot contest U-tween
ihe Hubbard and Devine factions of the
like three beautiful dreams, and all we have
to remrmU-r them by is a lock of hair that
once was Houpfs.
tivo of Prussia, a naturalized citizen of thf
United States. He left Germany eight year(
ago and came to this country and in dut
time was naturalized. In May last he vist
ited his parents in Germany and had beei
in his native town but a few hours when 1
detachment of military pounced upon hinj
and "mustered him into the army." Secrol
tary Harlow has instructed the friends o(
the young man to forward to the Secretary of
State's oeffie at Springfield certified copies
of the record of the court in which the man
was naturalized, and all other facts in their
possession. With these the Secretary will
make a demand through the proper channel
for the man's release.
Tub most palpable necessity of the Dem
ocratic party of this district is an organize
tion of its forces. At this time it is lying
about loose in a very confused condition.
According to our information there is not
in either of the counties of the district, with
the exception of Union, anything that might
even by courtesy be called a Democratic
organization. The old club organizations
of 187(1, never very strong or iu any sense
effective bodies, have all been disbanded
and the central committees have ceased trom
troubling and wearily are at rest. If Judge
Allen would succeed in defeating his com
petitors, he must change all this. lie must
get his bugle out, and wind it industriously
so that the Democratic i.oys the old and
the young may know that their Roderick
Dim is in the field and that he wants his
men of attack and defense alout him armed
with the proper weapons of organization
and disciplined to the perfection of the best
The Illinois State Gazette savs:
"The Gazette if atli'Si-d from the preent tone of
the Cairo Bulletin that It box- to tecure the nom-
ihktlon rif U' J lll.n If.. I u,m.,..i k...M.un ll..u.
IVmoi rary. Mr. RiU rtS Was accepted by Tliotnn to beat hlrn, which Le can do without much
both factions as a compromise candidate. ff,m
Allow Thomas to leut him! The Bit-
Worn a ranged lUlical gets into the LET15 m;V(.r allows a Republican to beat a
Democratic party and commences to work D,mocrilt wk.n it t.an ,,r(.v,nt uch a djg.
Aiongwuh lto ho., of pntriou, he appears totWf ttn,, it wiI fcrin,T not u
ike a hU-rated pri.mer. His step is light, Thoma8 tocarrToff ,he Conional prize.
.,.,(jl, . rrj..,e,ngiy ne cries as Its laUrs in the canvas w ill sneHk t,n,et.
tongued in assertion of this fact. The
Bulletin, although it admires Thomas and
is his friend, will 1 a spider in his jKilitical
dumpling. It will be a sparrow, and with
little liow and arrow, will kill Radical Cock
Thii i the way I long have mnaU
Aid mourned ecaue I found It not.
The presence of Judge Allen in Cairo
and the sound of his voice in the court-house
would have a gcxnl effect aUut this time.
Mr. Comings will permit his party to listen
to Josh, and will do so notwithstanding Mn- Wm- K- Phvtt, "f Springfield, pres.
our warning that the Greenbm ker who lis- ent &tatv f''!',r from that district, lias
tens to the stiitesman of Carliondale will be'n renominated by the Demin ratic party
work f.r his success at the Kills and vote
Jor him in Xovemlier next.
The yellow fever is making not very slow
advances in several of our larue cities. In
the Brooklyn navy ynrd several cases have
incurred ; one fatal case has been reported
at St. Louis; a large numlier have occurred
nt Memphis; and fourteen, seven fatal, were
rented at New Orleans on the 2:)d i,,st.
That it will become the terror of the
Mississippi valley before many weeks have
gone by we do not doubt.
and will, without doubt, U re-elected bv a
decided majority. Mr. Sbutt is an able man,
and as Senator was attentive both to the in
terests of his imniediateconstitucMsand the
people of the State. He was always in his
seat, and, what is not general among Gen
eral Assembly statesmen, he evidently com
prehended the purpose the drift of pro
jxised legislation, and hadjlenrning and In
telligence sufficient to enable him to detect
and expose the (rudenesses, stupidities and
rascalities Ignorance and Dishonesty are
always putting in their bills for acts. He
Judge Wsi. 11. Green has issued a cir
cular call to the member of the Democratic
Central Committee of this district, to meet
at Cairo, on the 13th prox., for the purpose
of permanently organizing and proceeding
to the business of the canvass. Judge Green
has Wen requested to permit his election to
the chairmanship of the committee; but,
while anxious to do all that he can for the
success of the party this fall, he cannot do
this. His business engagements, while they
will not prevent him from doing service on
the stump, would not jHTmit him to take
the time and give the attention the chair
manship of the committee will require.
The judge would be an aole chairman if he
could attend to the duties of the position;
ut, since he cannot do so, we believe his
declination very projier. Ik-sides, in this
canvass, the organization of the part should
be always under the eye of Judge Allen who
is skillful in political management, and we
therefore suggest that the committee should
select Mr. J. B. Mayham. of Jackson, for it
chairman. Mr. Mavham lives at Muri'hrs-
boro, is a close personal as well as wa-m
political friend of Judge Allen, and under
stand the judge's methods. He would be
altogether acceptable to everyliody aid
would conduct a vigorous and skillful
anxious to not have anything said about
matters of this kind; and, being in an nmi
ttblo mood, we shall be glad to accomodate
them by being silent. Really we are too
kind to be a good partisan. 1 o'clok, p.
m., 25th inst.
In the Sun of yesterday evening wo And
The Introduction by lh Bulletin of what It culls
the "Thomas-Thomas" matter Iu the political can
vnss will prove a boomerang that w ill niako Mr.
Alien bowl. It pleased the Bullutlu to commence
this sort of warfare, aud now, all at once, It Is ready
to "cry quits," but It must taka the coiinequoncea.
ThcHepubllraiiaof thla district will nut be back
ward Iu presenting facts that will make the Bulletin
wUu It had never commenced this kind of a
contest. Let It harp on the "Thomas Thomas"
mutter as much as It pleaws. It is more than
Well; so lie it. But we thought wo
would give our neighbor a chance to escape
the wrath to come that we have in store for
('apt. Thomas. We have a tender side for
the Captain, and wished to avoid the disa
greeable duty of going into any kind ot a
warfare that might rfrult in In-spattering
him with facts that would make him dirty.
We are not, it seems, to be permitted to
do so. So we pause for the commencement
of the attack upon Judge Allen's character
threatened by the Sun. We stand on the
defensive now, but give fair warning to all
concerned that when the enemy commences
his forward movement of abuse we shall
take Thomas on the flanks and in front and
overwhelm him give him a Sedan that
will drive him from the canvass. We speak
KOOT AXD H1I0E MAKERS.
quarters. Ono man said that ho heard a
UUllet little iMiirket-lmn.n ,.n,l
out saw smoko coming out of tho Kngine
house. After listening to all tho different "
stories tho Sheriff arrived at tho conclusion, FANBIONABLE
, ...... mi, ninri 1111;. 1 ui. Ill I I I fiyirM i tx
second, that if ono was fired it must have B001 AND SHOE MAKER
inquired whether any of tho militia had ATHENEUM BUILDING,
Witnessed tint' uluifilimr l,n It I......... 1 .. ...
l . - ..i n nnjuieiiuu commercial Avemio, be . I fi. 111
that none ot them lml seen it. Blub and buvuuin sis. f tU.H0. Ill,
About this time Gus Chapman, tho man
who was shot at, made his appearance, and r?,!!,!',!;'"""'8 b '" l"ito his patron 0,i
.1 1. i ...... 1 ,. . .. "u publie veiierw v nit he ihi nwm vn..,, 1,...!
ntini mu jiinioi
to swear it '
u Times 1
Ciiai'Man a sTonv.
"I am suffering from dlarrluea and I was
running along towards a water closet in the
vas nreu ny joun ulllvln, the (inc.! and must select sun k of Leather, if
but upon reflection ho wasunablo ! i'T'1"1"" ver brought 10 thin city. All work iJ
was Sullivan. His storv as t.M , WV. ''' "'
4 a. .. " I". '""hiiiii ni, 111 if very iiiMnmv. i'r wm
rriHint r wiiu list ir nu-a i rinHunumtf- a (utrt i.Mi.ti..ii....
.,......1.1 A .11 .
cull and examine Wi Mdli. MlcS. W
rear of Bowman's office when I met Tom flllEAP LIJMKFT?
Duffy who called out, 'Sh, you son of a UAlDJilt.
kuii, 1111111 1 you snoot at me yesterdayf ' I
told him no. not. nt liim In, lie!, limit,.
though I had fired shots at the Market- TIlC Cjlil'O IJoX nil(l Bilslvf't Cn
house where tliev tterii nil viutimiml tl tain I
a sou of Chapman, the turnkey, who was I W"A reiiNiaii
.1.1.,. 1.1 in . I .l ... I... , . 1 I
..w. ..,., ,,, tllu ua lie whs lllll up DITir lilvn , , . ,
I took his place). Before mv nnswer had liUlLUlAG MATEliTAT.
icu my tips ne strucK at me with Jus fist.
I ran out the alley to Main street, and run -4K&-
towards the Mctro-mlitan police station, Flooi'inj', Sidinir. Lath Vtr
when I passed John Sullivan, who also took . ul' -uco
alter me. I looked around and saw him
reaching for his pistol, and as I turned my
H-iMi aim i'uicm-iilmi my puce 1
HEARD THE SHOT
fired Muml me and heard the ball glancing
nioiiji me street in iront 01 me. I ran on to
me jMiiiee station and stopped on the pint
form in front, but the uictro-Militans advised
me to get away as they might shoot nt me
mere, ami 1 jumped over the the railing and
At the very lowest ralei.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On tha shortcuts out,
A- We'also lnanllfMllnrVhMlMv'J..'Jn'?.,
walked into the basement of tl mm,,.. 'klnK Hxr,.
with H full Himrt'ciatinn nf . As ni
" " ""-"""'K it una s-.illivun ....l'.i .1....
1.. ... . I . " ' iii ami mi
u. noma. uuL-iucap. in., i.nn inst. arrest whs made.
ing the inquiries.
As no one was ready to testify positively tui.'m MTK'IX
i 11 was nuiiivan wito tired t ie s uit n.i run Tin- vhtvim .
arrest was made. Sullivan was nresent dur- 1 'V- i,' "r aaa.wk
FOURTEEN CASES SEVEN FATAL. Wider sent a teletrram to the ,ovcm,,, ty VtV2r
Tfle-n-ani. stating the circumstances of the case and r't'c,l"u I"''-ikuIu said county, ail panie. hav-
New OlU.KAN8.Julv24.-Thu Twin, 'lelarinir that the metrotx.litans l,.l J Kf '"i'V'V'
..1.1: .1 .. . . .. v ...... , urrr, rouerieo 10 nie tho ..in. l,v
luuii!iics a stau u;eni mat lourteen cases of llre" a snot. me September e.ion of said ho.rd '
yellow lever have (Hcurred, seven fatal.
The iHiard of health Iiojk- to check the
sjireaci 01 the iliswtse.
"ALWAYS LIKED JOSH, BUT"
Jonerbors Advertiser Bad.
The die is casL Josh Allen is trim offer.
ing that the Democracy of the Eighteenth
District offer as u sacrifice this fall. We al
ways liked Josh, but as it has leen decreed,
the Republicans will have to see him so
THE BLOODY TOWN.
SA.Ml KLJ. Ill'MM. County Clerk.
IT CONTINUE! TO BE THE BREED
ING PLACE OF SENSATION.
(ilHH'KRS AXD COMMlSSKlX MERCHANTS.
JjjTKATTOX & BIKI),
Tnit Evening Sim, blessed luminarv of ""b'1'1 to be re-elected, and will be.
the dusky time of day, wbht.8 to know , x, r,
whether the NationuU: 1 1, ,. Mk' ,I,,,,f' M pA, MK"- w'lf' one of
tail oftheI)em.H-ra.ic kite or the Demo- ?' K,","M"t"n ,,IC r",rt f tho
iTiinnriiiB, iimi mis since neen promoted to
the editorship of the Illinois State Register,
is at Atlantic City, New Jersey, at which
place the Potler committee is sitting. He
is to be a witness, and will HI tho truth,
the whole truth am nothing but the truth,
so help him, etc., about his experience at
New Orleans. Ho knows it thing or two
aUit Sherman's manipulations of the Had
leu! rascals who were then in power in Lou
isiana, and he will not lose the opportunity
to tell them. But we hope ho will not
make tho lately married Trumbull blush by
any reference to that delightful quadroon
cratie party a tail of the National-Green
back kite. Tim C...1.I.. .1 :.. .,
- " v""' "inner 01 tlic levee
is inrormed, upon information and hdief
",c r"X a tail of the Repub
lican kite. The Republican puny H me
to "go up" in consequence of the National
OtB good friend, the comely and interest
ing National, Mr. Houpt, the watch man,
was nominated at JonesUm yesterday, by the
National-dreenbackers, for the lcglit'lure.
Wo would like to give Houpt a plumper;
and with Halliday's and ltobiusoii's cmi.'
sent, wo may even yet give him a little piece
if a vote. He is a goodish man and a rlrht
clever fellow wilh a bnld head and a foolMi
liabit of wandering away fnun the Demo
iraey after strange political gods.
Tint Illinois State Register of the 2-lth
lust, says that Secretary of State Harlow
has received from Paint t, application to get
out of the German army a young man, a na-
The late National-Greenback organ, the
Saiigamo Monitor, is in hot water. Not
only are the liberal-minded Nationals with
drawing their patronage from the papei.
but the bullies of the party, with blood it
their eyes, are hanging on the trail of tht
editors. On Tuesday morning, a number of
these bullies headed by the amiable, heavy
browed, bad-toothed Magic, came up with
.'ir, itrown, 01 me editorial siau onnc .Yion-t
itor, and began to complain aUiut the
course of their late organ. From complaint
the intimidators drifted into abuse, and
finally in the bulldozing tone of a true fiat
money bravado one of them called Mr.
Brown a liar. Gently, but promptly, as in
duty lsiund. Mr. Brown, with a little cane,
struck the bully a little blow on his head
struck him once, twice, three times, and
then often. But the bully advanced Uxin
Brown. "The villain still pursued her."
Brown, gentle-voiced as two girls, requested
him to stop; but the bully was too impolite
to do so; and, thereujion, Brown, in the
most delicate manner, removed his fragrant
cigarette from his mouth, clubbed his little
cane and with a little bunch of lead
fastened to its top end struck the bully
several effective blows, In the meantime
Magic fled; and presently a peace-maker of
the name of Prince Prcttyinan got between
the belligerents ami the fight came to an
TnE CRACK OK THE KEVOI.VKH WAS AflAIV
ukakd in TnE STKKET8 CASUALTIES I ''ours. The pnblic are invited to give him
i.mnto TO THE PKKKOUATION OK A COL- call
okeu woman's i'etticoats the belle
VI 1. I.E. MILITIA STILL CAUI'KO IN HIONT
SI. Louis Times. JSth.
During the greater portion of vesterdav
Eat St. Louis was unusually ouiet -that is
ior .Last M. iiuis. A good ileal of talking
as none on isjtn sun-sand a constant
watch was kept uism the resNctive head
quarters ot each by tlieotiisising nartv
ine presence ol the lielleville Guards
pnsluced a iixhI effect, and cniis d im h.-.
loving Citizens to feel more Mt ene. Ilnrin.r
tlie afternoon the Guards were stationed on
the north side of the Market-house, and
were under arms almost constantly, the
. ... 1! I ..,-. .. . . . . . 1
suinies aim nnui-try discipline ocmg pre
served. Towards evening they were taken
out to an adjoining lot and went through
the manual of arms and drilled nliout nn
hour, alter which they returned to the
lo.ijierson who lias never visited East
St. J.oiii, in times of puldic trouble, no
matter how tunny pitched battles mav have
lieeii M-. ti cNvwhere. the present state of
things over there, together with the inhahi
tants and enjoins, is real I v calculated to
htoiii-li them. Asm
ire said to be in d
peine the rival forces of East St. Louis may
tie said to be at war. At first sight the
town would seem to be the abode peace,
Choice Bacon, Hams, Sides and Shoulders.
Dry Salt Shoulders and Siilea Ti..re,. XnTTrl? Tn nAVji'viiM.
.. .... , M KJ VWOUJlfcli?
ni-X niio nncKei J.arn, iireahtast Bacon, OF
etc., etc., all in gissl stock and for sale at
lowest market price. W. P. Whuhit
No, 70 and 71 Ohio Levee. , TOU ACCO
ContTiiocsK Sai.(hi.n.-T1us sal.sm, un
der the management of Mr Jnlm If I Tht ireat eelehritf nf flll p T!! Ti! til a ra
Beecher, grows in popularity witii its pat- C '"), l,1"lun thereof to U plared ot
rons. Ami k. 1 it .1 1.1 r... -at. ,, ,he.m,,kt-. w """f'--e cation all thewera
.. ,,u,, ,,,, .,lr, . .. n . ,.urrh,, u,h l,, .,,.
. 1.: . . .. .. . "
I"" m,"W1.1 on ,,,i qty of Allde.Wb.,lCor selling other pi., tol.cro
us liquors, wines and Cigars. He dis- pesrmgi hard or metallic label, render Ibemnebia
penses uouubutthe U-st of these articles 10 u- J""-111 J ''. and all persons vio-
Meals ar nls,. ,,r,.,1,I .1 .l. 1 , ,. -" are pum.nanie ny nne and
1 mnisi- i 011 imprisonment. !ee
act of Coiiltpm, Auu. 14. KB 1
The gi-nulne I.('ItKILAHI) TIN TAU TOBACCO
can h dlxtlii-nlf hed hy a TIN TAG on each lump
with the ord LOHKILAKD stamped thereon.
Over T.i loin tohao mid In IK7. and ner!
3 0 peron employed Iu fattorles.
Tajci paid (iovernineul in 1S77. about lUtauaii.
and during pan 12 years, over i,01-n.U.
These ood sold by all Jabber at manufacturers
IIOLESALE uKOCEIiS trTI" T1N TAi tobacco
I 'afrrifiii In num.' I . 1 1 ,t . .....
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER COMP'Y
IRY (iOOhS. TC.
W. Stiwtmm, Cairo.
T. Hum, Miasonri.
f ALL! DA Y JiliOTII KliS,
vi nun iiii; iiiiuii;i
thrn,rdr7i,fc w" Commission Jlercliants,
leath, in the midst of '
GRAIN', FLO I'R AN'D HAY.
A SI.Mil.K WOKD
is sufficient to cause ominous preparations
01 v,nr. in prisii 01 tins, it is only neces
sary to re ue a single incident.
A Times reporter happened into a crowd
of gentlemen yesterday afternoon in East
St. uuns and was introduced to one of the
party. When the reporter took him bv the
hand he noticed that he hand something in ITIVrCIK TTINTI VUVlflM Art 1 1 1 a v
his sleeve, nd the person to whom he .1 11 KJv ,h " UUJ-) Wholowilo Dealer
noticing the expression
Egyptian Flouring Jlills
Highest Cah Prire Paid for Wlieut.
The largest wholesale and retail Hry
Goods and Clothing House in this City;
are receiving new Goods daily and are
oflering great bargains in the most hand
Koine lines of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres, I.oti
rettes, and a great many other new
styles of Press Gotals, Funs, Etc.; in
tact in every department of their busi
ness, they fordially invite the public
call and see their stock.
PROPUIETOK OF SPUOAT'S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR. TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Uion the reporter's face, laughed, threw
up Ins hand and showed the but
of a revolver which he had leen
::i:L'S,nSl tXtttZl' 'W,llW0 WawIlOO. C Lon.U a specialty.
rnwiU were tlijittin' as Dlrnsimtlv im if
Ul- f lu
The Joneslwiro advertiser says:
"Tlie Cairo niilli-tln man ninkes ipiltv 1 fms over
some slur Hint han been east over Mr. Thomas by
omepolillcul enemy, hut in almost the ssnivbrealli
sy Unit his imtborlly seems tu have been mUtakeu
In reenrd lo the mailer."
Our authority was not mistaken. The
charge that Mr. Thomas, acting 11 s n lawyer,
collected nnuiey he did not pay to his client
until he was threatened with exposure, was
made by the Republicans not by Tiik
UixlicTIN. We have believed ('apt. Thomas
to be ngood and honest man, and therefore
call attention to this charge so that he might
crush It out and leave the canvass free of per
sonalities, Hut he has been as silent as
thp grave, and this fact has been construed
Into 11 conf.ssion of guilt. This we do not
wish to believe, and leel Inclined to let the
matter pass. Our Republicou friends seem
they had lx-en under the protection of the
Army ot the Potomac. The Helleville
Guards could doubtless prevent a nitched
battle betwern the two parties, but they do
not awe me iiiiiaiiiiunis Milhcicntly to pre
vent petty acts of lawlessness. Short I v lie-
fore 0 o'clock this afternoon a couple of
times reporters who mid lieen attending
the meeting of the Wider Committee were
standing on the platform in front of the en-
gine.hou.se engaged in u quiet conversation.
One of them had just remarked that the
town had gone back on herself in the way
111 iiirjiieiiiiij; news, wuen
I TWO M LK
were Veil running down the street in the di
rectum ol tho Metropolitan Police Station.
They ran about forty yards when the rear
man stopped, snatched his pistol from his
rear iockci ami nreu at the man in front.
the pall missed its intended victim, how
over. whirled down the street, struck the
plank sidewalk and passed
Til HI ltd II Tim PKTTICnAT
of a ctilored woman, frightening her almost
out oMier wits, but doing no further dam-
iiew 1 iieiu mi mi ominous movement lioth
aboiA the Hiliee station Hnd the market
hoiH'', where seveislof the marshals were
standing, ami lor a lew moments East St.
General Commission Merchants,
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Nos. lift and I.T 1 'oiiimi.r- 1
Cairo, Ills. MCE! ICE! ICE!
I IDKII AL Advancement minle on Consignments
J of Tobacco, Klour anil (iniln,
Is now Prepared.
To Fill Orders, Wholesale or Retail, at
Ovnes aud Ice IIocsi at tui Citt Uiiswinr.
Ico I lco !
PeytonaCannel yOCUM & SERBIAN.
Orders for Coal by the car-load, ton or
in lioL'sheiids for shipment nromntlv at.
Louis was excited. Rut when it. was aseer- tended to. To large consumers and all cokseh eioiitiisthket.caiho. Illinois.
talneil that a man was only shot at without , t .
I 1 l.lll. I :. I 1 , .... lllllllllfllerill'flt!! U'A n..a ImiklinMiul in
iicing much, aim iiinner mat no was not . . . n n, , ,,, , p, , H, . Tf'pt TPVf TfTt TPTt
hurt, he fecliiu was transformed todismiHt. lilv anv oiiantitv. bv the month At irntif I t VUt '
SIIKKIKK WKHKK I ..... -.t -x m .
unii'iired on tl.., een l l... ......m; wl uuu"1 1 ttUB( . OJXUVV!
ami Is'gan to make iiuiuirles concerniniy
tilt1 matter, aud innny were the conflicting are now prepared to nil orders for pure Lake Ice at
stntf uicnts lie heard. Several declared that . offlr on wharf boat, foot of sinh Btreet : office of ponndsti ear load lot 1
tlicinot iiiki neell nred trom ono ot tht) L'IIIV' V11 "PP""" St. Charles Hotel i our enstomea tbruuuh the season. Leave orders at
wlniowsof the Mutroimlitan Police Head-1 oft'thuit.'.lli.CoV f'ul I th,oW