Newspaper Page Text
r!i;cKi,v;ss ,i i:vki.
iahcailli, ml ifjni! an. Milium! H you ran ni'ittti-r
bcK, burrnw. luiv imr dml It, lull vuii rau cbtalu ll
by uln- Sclli r'n l.itri I'lllc Tlu-y luni! ti tlm
airniara in d Vii' iillii' howeN In poult ortliT pro-do-
ht;tiiy Un i" 0' livi-r. promote diui-v
tion and Inumrl vigor lo thi' wLolc
K. K. hr.U.KIIS A (''., Prup'ra, i'ltlsliiiriiii. I'a
Thu nir.nt i'i:rolnl urate rolihcr of tin' day in
DU. I.INOI.KY. lty mumin of lii Mood aratvlier
h rol'ljutl Hid i-ravc of Horin ho wt-n.- dj Irur
of Scrofula, C'oimu motion. Clu'iii.-li-m, .MiTiiiri.il
diHi , I'luri-rotm Kormiitioiif , Tumor. Krjl'
lax, Jautidiiu, I'cvir mid Acuc, ami (icinTul 1 -1 f I -ity.
The blood Ik the life, and Dr. l.liid-i y'i' Wood
S-arch-'r In the cirat 1 1 1 " prvw-rvi-r. II. llulilmrd.
llaminlon. Ohio. m: "t'li-ve-land ilili-iaiit
declared ir.v wile dius of ruiiiuiiuptloii. Hy lhc
unc of I)-. I.liul-i-v' lllood Manlier ahi- n re
alored to l.e.iilli." J. F. Ilroolta. l'aini'villc (lUio,
mvh: ".Uvauti nan alllirted ullh i-crofulii of (lie
woi Hi lorn'i, ar-rt pronounced liic iirnlile In si -ynrnl
phyMlelaii" IliaUfi wus Hiivrd liytli'' u'' "1 IT.
Lind-c-Va lllood S.'iirrlii-r." A Tumor crou lnis on
my h"iii wa c.unpli-t.-ly ctind liy the u' nl Ur.
Liodlt-yV Blood Sean her. s. arv.-r. Ii-bnrh .
ItniU. I'iriioli- on llie fan'. Sill IHh-ioii. tlld
Hori-, and ail Cntaueoim Krnit!ou disappear like
ma Icwh. if lh Blood .Seareher I- moid. N-c-tluit
oername In on the bolioiu ol the wrapper. 1-or
nalc by all l'n.'-.'ila.
li. I). .SKU.KItS A CO., I'rop'r-, l'!l0-Iuri;U, I'a.
THE DAILY HULLETIN.
OrTKIAt, I'AI'JJKOI' AI.KX ANIMili COUNTY.
Only Morning D.iily in Southern Illinois.
pOlt M AVO'!
We are autliorlri-d o anuoiiliee tint (,'apl. N. IS.
TuiHTi.awomi I? a rsmlidaiu fr the office ol Mayor.
We are authorized to announce thnt milium
H..:.iiM!ii.'Ktti:i !' nrnnirrtxte at the eu-uiii city
t-Ttiou for t;iu oftVe of l ily Attorney.
We arc autb"ri.!'d to announrc Hip name ol I'. ('.
u a caiidie.ate fur the oCke of fit) Alturncy
at ttiet-sauina city election.
Cjity tiu; ASl KKK.
We aru atilboried to announce the name of Al.
mui i:iimi.i a- a cmididili; lor City uta-uu-r at
tlie cnf-uii'-; city electiuii.
We am kllinrlxcd to annouuen Ute uiimi" of Wal
tkrL. l'.iumoi ai a candidate for the olliee. ol City
Treasurer, ui the vnanins charter election.
We are an!lioriel (o annouure that Mii.k.h W.
I'aiikkh la acnuOiUale. at the euhiiini; cit election,
tor the oilier 1 1' City Treai-UK r.
Kirroit li'ii.i ns: I'letee announce thut 1 nm a
candidal e :i.r the oWex- of City Trct-urer, at the
pproactli i :l- election.
Wc arc autiiorlzcd to announrc that V. M.Wk
ia a cindlilul for the oflice of Citj Trcwurer. at the
pcndiui: clly e'.ectioo.
QITV CI.lt ;jw.
We are a ithor'.-'cU to atiiioiiin-e W. 1'. Sc ut inir.ui
aa a caiiiiidne f : Clly Clerk at tne iipjioachiiiL'
We aris au'.!iori-.'ed to aniiou;ce l.oi'ia I.. Davis
k a cnntiMut'.- hn c It.i t'liv.'. i't the eiiMimt' inu
We ere antliui ir.-1 t' linn nu m e doiiv 11. 1'iiii.i ih
tut a c-jiid'-lale for re-eierliou to the oftii-e of City
t?lerlc al tne aji. ihjcUIii ir.'.tiilcipai election.
We:i'i;!ior!.od toaniionnee that Wn i.hm II Howk
i a c.H.p id '.R' foi the drtircof t ity Clerk, at the en
tuiu'e ( 'iv election.
We S'c iitithorir.ed to annonnre that Jikvn's .1.
Koi.k i caiiuidat.-, ft the en-uin;; ciu eleiliou
tor the ol!: of City Clerk.
riOU ALIUKMAN I'lIIST WA1!))
Micuii.i.J. IIoiclky a caudiilaie lor .Mdennan
for the KiMlv.aiJ.
LDKItMAN- SECtiNJt WAnii
Wc ar- anthorized to annonnre U-ut C. 1!. Woo-.i-
WAUHit a c:iiidiiiaU lor the oflicv of A'.denoan from
ike N -cuiid ward.
Konoit IIui.i.ki is : I'lrae announce me a candi
4fite lor n; .election to the poi-itiou of Alderman In
xifond ward Wood UineMioLxii.
Weiir.-ar' amliored to annonnre thut Davio
T. l.isroABvll! be a candidate ut the c-tiaiMn
rity election for tin- o21ce of Ald-Miian from Scr
oti 1 tvaid.
k LUEIty A.N TlllflO WAUI).
Wc ar fliithoricd to announce thM Col. John
Viimjd will be a candidate, at the eumiin eiei lion,
tor Aidercian from the Third Ward.
We are authorized to annouuee the name ef Ko
niiThmTiinsaiaiidilate for Alderman from the
I.DKKMAN- ."Ol 11T1I WAlil).
We are authorised to announce thnt Damkl .1.
iAIXIUan la a candidate at the ensuing electiuti,
for Alderman from Hie Kotirthward.
YLDKUMAN- KUTll W A!tD.
Wo are authorized to atinonnee Ciiarikh l.s
CAaThii bm a candidate for re-election to the olliee
of Aldumian for the 1'ifth ward.
CAtlto, 111., April -1. 1H7H. 1
Tlier. Iliiin W Ind. Vcl. Weullier.
a:44'i a . hi .'X).:!rt
'J-Oti p. iii :!
a ,fO N.W.
37 -VI N.W.
40 oO N.W.
lti Ka ti
Mi.timem Temperature. 4J3; Uinluiuni Teui
peeiitirc, Ualnfall, O.Uo Inch.
w. ii. i:av.
Seri't Sluna! CoiDh. I'. S. A.
'I'iiere was anotliur gutlit-nn ut Kelly's
-tJiurtli last ni",ht. It won called, wu hear,
m Uie interest of Mr. Tbintlewtxxl.
Tlio regular montiily incetirijj of the
Cairo Taxpayers' association, will Ik; held
in the 911100 of A.. Comings, i Jsq., tliis even
ing, at half past ? o'clock.
The canvass tor the Mayoralty seems
to tag. 'Ihero U but little antmutlou in it.
The "h(xj)inpj up pruce V will be of short
duration unlt-st t-oiiiincticed rifiht hpcctlity.
Note the advertisement of Steumer
?iiy of dr-enviUc, (!npt. Tom Hhit'lda. Xo
opiKirtunity like this to visit the .Crescent
Oity at this wasoi: of the yv-w aluinld lie
Mr. M. K. .McCivinmon ic enlaroiim
and improving his meat nhop, mid for the
hot weather of liy and-hyc, will have a
patent fly txpeller. lltt pnipnscs to uuiin
tuiu an eHtabliahmetit that will secure put
ronuftc by meriting it.
If any more women "Jio in Squire
Thorupson' wheut field," we ahull, uion
learning the fact. Immediately suspend pub
licution of Tiik Htl.i.KTiN, and n'Huine only
when very positively assured that everybody
litia forgot u;n Uie occurrence.
lVltR, or I'helix Smith enters a denial
ot the intimation thrown out some days ago,
tlie eff-t-t that he had eloped with UL'ood
lokinR Intly nii:hool teacher, uml pcipctrut'
ed tnotrlmouy. lie declarcn that the only
JtiflMfl-ttlon that cn '' Jnurtd for iv.eh n
report is the f;ict that lie recently viited
l llin mid nxit' in the car in which the
school munn w.is seated. Tin and nothing
-Mr V. It. Ward, of lii-ntuii and Mr.
Will Washburn, of M:tiii)ii, called on us
-A ease of very linilier ili tink. escorted
by llotruu anil Sheehan. was rarted to the
calaboose, yesterday evening.
A colored j;irl named Maj; Smith
wulkcd into llowlett Hardin's place of bus
iness, yesterday, and carried off a rocking
chair. The theft being proved tijion her,
Sfpure Koliinson committed her to the
county jail in default of bail.
.-The Women's Christian Temperance
I'mon hold their regular weekly meeting in
Hi-form hall, Saturday afternoon at 4 o'cltH'k.
As this organization is a powerful auxilliary
if the licfoim club, the ladies will not, wc
dare say, permit any diminution of inter
est in it to betray itself.
Ice a lull quarter of an inch thick was
formed during Wednesday night, on water
th.it was exposed in vessels. One party
who was abroad late ut night, declared
that quite a spurt of snow fell; but that
party will please excise us when we re
mark that his assertion in-ed. continuation.
Frank Wlieany, the -de k stranger who
first found lodging in the police headquar
ters, and finally secured admission into St.
Mary's hospital, died, yesterday, his ailment
having resolved itself into an undoubted
ease of pneumonia. The brother, who lives
in northern Illinois, had not, at the time of
Flunk's death, made his appearance.
-Mr. Murray 1$. Wtiwls, of Chicago, and
Miss Fannie Van-Dreuver, of l)u (.Juoin.
were married, in the last named city, yes
terday morning, and in company with Mr.
and Mrs. H. Hoynton, also of Chicago ar
rived in the citv vtstenlav, en route lor
New Orleans. While awaiting the arrival
of the Ciiy of (Treenville the party will be
the guests of Mr. C. It. Woodward.
Col. McKcaig is not so wholly absurb"d
in the Ilird movement to oust him from
tlie Cairo post-office, ns to be. forg.'tful of
home surroutHliii''.-. lb' is niakiii'' verv
decided improvements in the appearmcc
of the grounds about hi dwelling, exhib
iting a Liood t;isie that no doubt rece ives its
inspiration from the "better half."
-1 luring tin month of Match the trucks
of ( h-vi-n hundred and twenty cars were
chaiigeil at the Illinois Central car hoist, to
lit the cars for the Mississippi central road,
ur vice versa. This is eipmalent to forty
cur. per day. a'ld as fully two thirds of
these cars were loaded, the number indi
cates quite n business for rather a dull
- A stranger a man about thirty-five
veins of tig'-, and much given to the win-1
cup. was making the tour of the city yes
terday, with a negro girl thirteen or four
teen years of age, constantly at his heels.
When or why he en'rpped the girl is not
certainly known; but if he is still in the
city, the matter might he made a proper
subject of inquiry.
The provisions - cooked meats, the
colTee, bread, tea, butter, sugar, etc., re
ceived ut the door of the Hard Times patty,
in lieu of money, will be distributed among
the deserving poor of the city, to-day. Ki
ller Charles Hardy will attend at the hall
from the hour of 11 a. in. to 1 p. m. to-day
to effect the distribution. Those really ill
want, are invited to cane.
--So much of the flagstnll's ihnt crown
our engine hoiwcs is devoted to ornumenta
tion. that a earless observer is likely to re
gard I he (lying colors as hanging at hulf
mast. As most of the companies fly their
flags every week during the day pn reed
ing the night of meeting, the ''careless ob
server' is likely to be astounded at the
supposed mortality among Cairo fin men.
- -Thistle wood's team Puk a dash around
an up town siju ire or two yesterday, that
promised, for a time, to resolve itself into
bad runaway. Shirting from it point in the
real ol'tlrecn, Wood and Uennett's mill the
frightened animuls made very good speed
and a terrible racket down Commercial and
up Fourteenth to the railroad, where a con
templation of the river, or some thing else,
brought thcin to their senses.
Mr. (.'. L. Munroe, iu some way that
has not been explained to us, came in con
tact with the head saw of the Ilox factory.
clay before yesterday, and was ttcriously
wounded, as a consequence. His arm wus
badly shuttered, above the elbow, the flesh
terribly lacerated, and other injuries sus
tained, but f a less serious nature. Dr.
Sullivan bestowed the professional atten
tion the case seemed to call for.
There can be no doubt of it ; The Chica
go Tribune turnishes the key to the prob
lem presented in the Democratic victory
uchicved in Chicago. The result is im
doubt due, says the Tribune, to the great
increase in the Democratic vote In some
wurds, and the fullimr off of the Republi
can vote in other wards. With such an ex
planation as this at hand, speculation U
The Democracy of this judicial dis
trict, as represented by the district execu
tive committee, met In C'Biro, yestorduy,
and agreed' that a convention must be
called to nominate; three Democratic, cuiidi
duU's for the three scuts on
the circuit bench to be filled on the 2nd
day of June next. The convention will be
held in this city on the Uth day of May,
We write now merely to call attention to
tie; fact that a conveutjon h4 Wu deter
DAILY CAIKO BULLKTIX;
mined. A K.'pnhlicun convention will fol
low, as a mutter of course, und the rtsult
will be what wc desired to bring nbotit
without a political contest, viz: the election
if .Itidgo linker and two Democrats.
The oblong bo of a cottage that Mr.
Totteii caused to be removed from the vi
cinity of the custom houso to Eighteenth
street, has been converted into one of the
neatest and coziest little homes in the city.
It has been given u very pleasing and
home-like exterior, has convenient interior
airangemeiits, and is an object of envy to
all the young folks in the city who contem
plate marriage. ,id dream of "love in a
Cynthia Dean, u sixteen year old ne
gro girl, was tried before Squire Itobinson
yesterday, on a charge of larceny, and sent
to the county jail in default of bail iu the
sum of $100, A woman connected wilh
the Theatre Comiqile had hired Cynthia to
are for her child during the evening.
While the actress was absent Wednesday
nicrlir fVntli!:! uvnt 1 1 l ii 1 1 - 1 liei-ciin s-icl.-
.ii0 . " ,.
and abstracted a gold breast pin. gold
., . , . ., .1-,, , ,- ii I
thimble, silver thimble and a pair ol gold j
,.. , ;
We pun eaU to mind noeitv eimiii iion I V
, ... .
,1-1 uir. ii I, 11... tni'iifi foi n 1 1 1 1 i,,iu u-niA rmn.
cut of election, us tire the candidates now
in the field for the several offices to be filled
on the 15th instant. And another curious fea
ture is that the friends of the several can-
lidates seem equally positive. Four of the
eight candidates for clerk have no earthly
loubt of their success, and the two men,
who, judging from the expressions we have
been able to gather, are the weakest men
out, are the most positive, it certainty ad
mit.' of tiny degrees of comparison. But
for the prevailing scarcity of money, thou
sands ot dollars would be staked upon the
result. As before stated, wc never, in any
kind of a contest, the result of w hich re
mained for future ill-termination, saw par
tics in interest so absolutely certain of
The deputy sheriff inform u- tint le;
is greatly annoyed by visitors who in
sist upon M-eing Glass, the murderer of
Newman. The greater number of i!n '
are moved solely by curiosity -the few
being his friends and relatives. Certain
days are set apart for prisoners to s-r th'-ir
friends, under the eye of an ollieer. '.I.:
Tuesdays and Saturdays, and ii is cxp-vt-ing
entirely too unnh ! expect the j din
to open the doors to ail w ho coin -. Ib
will. therefore, except tinder extraordinary
circumstances, restrict the visum s to I he
days Halted. I'eisoiis who come at any
other time are very apt to be denied ad
mittance. Packages of clothing or other
unobjectionable material for the prisoners
can lie l I't in tlie h'inus of tie- jailn and
wiil b duly deliver'!).
- A gentleman who answers I he drse. la
tum ofllev. Mr. McArth'ir. and whose com
plexion i dark and hair kinky, et-ti nda
complaint against tin steamer l'isk and
owners, yesterday, before l'. S. Commis
sioner, Jl-'tiry Candee. It seems that .Mr.
McArlliur. accompanied by his wife, who is
undeniably a white woman, t 'ok pti.-sagc
on the Fisk, ut I'adueuh, anil paid I'l -t-ela.ss
fare to Cairo. On the wuv down Mr.
McArthur was ordered from the dinner ta
ble, tie1 Captain of the bout taking hitn to
be a negro, which Mr. II. declares he is nut.
The writ will probably ! placed in the
hands ofdeputy Marshal Saup tiMlay. and be
served on dpt. Taylor, on the arrival of the
Fisk this evening. Mr. McArthur is said,
to be it gentleman of more tluitt average
intelligence. He chums, we understand, to
be of Seotia-Hi-pauiolian extraction.
- Wc decidedly approve ol'i'i" adoption
of cinders us sidewalk material. The walk
is a little dirty, difficult to travel mid hard
upon slioe-ietitlcT, al first; liul-ooii la-comes
compact, and is then-alter solid, smooth
and cleanly. Wc can think of no single
step that could be uken l ollf authorities
that would tin ti in-' i coniriUii.' more toth"
health of the eitv. than a:i ordinance ic
quiring the cim-druction of cinder side
walks wherever such ini.'.irinl could be
used. Wc would then hav e tin end of tit"
decaying timbers, ihc dead and live rat-,
the filth and damp und mold iiisepatubh)
from the maintenance of u system oflxiaid
sidewalks, built upon the ground, ('unlets
cotdd not, very conveniently, be hoisted up
on stilts, us many of our sidewalks are;
but the objection we urge nguiiK ho-rd
walks, do not apply lo the elevated ones.
The "Hard Times" party was produc
tive of any amount of fun. The hull was
full of participants. The prizes fr lv
hardest of the hurd-liiners were a wood sNw
and a wash-board, The forinei win cap
tured by Claude Winter and the latter by
Mrs. Guzzola. When lunch hour arrived
the baskets having been pnvioiish t vim-
, , ., , . , , .
ined lor contrubiind pies and ciikis the
parties sqiiutted iu circles on the iluor,
brought out their old ten pots, rhetip cups
rind mincers und tm spoons; their corn
bread, fried bucon, smoked herrings, luutcr,
coltl boiled cabbage, etc., ami actually
seemed to relish the repast. The music
wus furnished by a hard times hand, con
sisting of two blind negroes. The jht
wiu that of candles furnished hy the Indies,
ami stuck Into the necks of bottles. And
everything pttsaed off swimmingly.
- -We ure much Inclined to tlir belief tm(
some of thu CHttditliites lire not disposed to
"tote tn i f." Indeed we know this to he so.
One of the kind In question very 'i,inyy
told his competitor thnt he intend! to lie
on him, mid he would not be oifeialfd ifhu
should U' clcitged wit), lyln:. " ,,i;,ui
to make this t twn ring from one end to the
other, with tho biggest lies I can concoct
about yon, ,u if you ton-t
If"' ii. pay me in kind." in
pursuance of this method of electioneering,
pcrhapH, it hua gone abroad that one of
the candidates for clerk and one of the
candidates for treasurerboth of whom
nr strong before the people -have with
drawn from the canvass. Lies of this kind,
circulated so early in the campaign, ure
very foolish, and ure morally certain to
operate to the injury of those who origin
ate them, or, iu whose interest they arc or
iginated. Ifncyofthe candidates with
draw, the fact will be duly noted in The
1!i I.1.KTIN iu the shape of a curd from the
retiring candidate, or iu the form of a local
item. For the present, at least, let's have
an end of such foolishness.
- In times past we have had but little
cause to complain of the liberality of the
Illinois Central railroad company. It has
tendered a fair iquivulent for the advertis
ing It has required of us; it ml more than
this we have not felt disposed to ask. Hut
, . .
wc have a proposition now in hand, which
H.ii"'ris iii com'- trout ni-uumiuiicii: nut
... . . . .
licit was manite-tlv intended lor sonm
I. o.-,. bl.. ..,,1.1 VI.,., I It... ,.('
;'huhj -iii,,iim-mi--ii-,o VII- lint
! tic- road. That "headquarters" may kuow
the nature of th" proposition, we. sub-tan-tially,
reproduce it It is to the effect that
if we will publish a standing advertise
ment for the company, with all locals re
quired a service worth from jJT."! lo SI.jO a
year, the company will. in
return, accord its a privilege
that may be worth yi.'O to us, but
is more likely to be worth less than sf-l. In
otherwords.it Tiik Hi i.i.ktin, with its
widely circulated daily and weekly, will
place its advertising column subject to
the control of the company "to publish siteh
notices and locals as it may order," in
addition to the time table, it will place
onk man connected with the oflice. on an
((pi d footing with the publisher of the lit
tle w:kly papers w ho remit r no servic e ex
cept to insert the r-i.id's time table, and then
let it stand unchanged from one year's end
to that of another. This. then, being tin-
chai after of the pf ipi-ition we r.'cciw'd
yesti-rday. we be;; lirt. to ili-eline it; and
secondly, to a-k if it may l- accepted
l artvitiL. the s ine'.i-i:i of "he-nl quarter.'"
-Tin: llli.l.i.HN reporter rettirtt'-d I nun
the ex itliiliation in Hi,- I)i;;li School, yet-r-
day e ruin;;, all airlov with eiithiisin-m.
Me wa; ph-ased. ttlalili'il proud nf th"
'aim youngster-), and Cairo scluiols. The
Ir.Hiiiuar class (Di niiinberin about thirty
numbers. wa (tmined by Mis rr.-ueh.
The examination was ttliin - I iiieily to
the analyst! of s. iiteiiei-s, and aerordin;; to
the standard by which such cvamitiutions
ale j; iue;,-,. was p, rfn t. The only pereeji
tible fault, and that w as not at ail :;t-ner.il
orcon.pieous. was too rapid an iitti taiice.
The CMiniillltliotl (,f class C. in I'ic. i(iio;;y.
by Miss Krimi'le, was hi'tily iuti resting,
and verv creditable. The putiis tecited
from written topic, and we c an pay them
no hijjh-.'i 'compliment than is iinliodied in
the l'e'tnrk that there were no failures. At the
conelnsinn of this examination Mis.s Mdith
.Martin was called to the piano, und uvc
the celebrtltcd "'.Vitches' Dance." The
manner in which this most difHctilt com
position was i xee'iueil excited general a I
ti il ali-'tl. and attested the possession of n
cultivated t;ts!e, tir.d it decree of skill thut
r.nk Miss Iv.lith as umon-; thu most finished
performers upon the piano in the city,
youiu.'. middleiejed or old. Follow
in' this was an '".animation
of class A. in lieometry. by
Miss French. The e.saiitiiiuti'in was con-
fined to books ,'J und t. mid like that
I'livsioloy, w::s without failures. I.iht
.'yiiinastie cx-rcises, ciabraciii',' two aeries,
then followed, the whole school purticipat-
in". Mis" I,ii.-y Ilalliday, tiresided at the
piano. Tint t'h'i-i in I'iionooraiihv. consist
im; of ten or twelve bos and c;irK wus
examined, with sali-i'nclorv result
Miss Huisy llulliday
i hiss wus lit" li' .vl. iitiil
lust, lo lake the
lit ii ii . mid wit p'li l!n'o;i:'li a
vert ihoiotili und exhaustive exiuuinu
tioll ill the Science of Civil tiOVetilMlt'llt.
ii:t;rums were unciI most elfectively in tin;
study and illustration of this science, und
ure certainly to be commended, An exum
inutioti without a failure, and without it
conspicuous fault, is regarded as a tliuitfol'
most riii'H (K'cuiienee in any of tin- schools
of the land, but iuch an examination was
thai of yesterday ullernuon in the (,'uiro
Il',;h Soll'Kil. It l" u lesti
1 1 li ii i i ii 1 to the worlh of
1 the tenehets, Uml sr.nld lie pi icd ,ts inli-
iiitely more valuable iliuu all the ifts and
words of pl'tiise thnt could be bestowed
upon thein, Iu conclusion Mis" Maude j
j Uittetlln'l!-e read Caul HetereV Iti lc, titii
' Ittltl.ll ll'")!..!. I.ll'lllltl kllJl ll ...I il
j null Mlll'll Mill - I ""liu-. 'll- -,i ' 1,1 ,l III
... , , ,
I We do not speiik eMnc io.Miillv when wc
. . ,. . .
fSHJf lll'll. I-n vull li l 1,11-1 M,IT" l-l
poetry, Mis Mitudie liu no superior in th
C'uiro public school.
Pfiii.fr quure ure a great blenin; to
the community. We can say the Hiime of
Dr. HuII'h Jhiby Syrup; it is best remedy
for thu cure of nil discuses Ilnhyhood has to
encounter, Price only 25 cunts.
Tiik managers of tlie Cold Water Army
request the children to meet Sttturduy, April
flth, at 1 o'clock, ut the Temperance Uefoini
hull, Mol.t.iK K. Wkiiii,
Sec'y W.'n ('. T. I.
TittifK in NhKH of a gtMid set of A rtlficiul
Teeth- ami desire satisfaction, can get them
by calling upon Dr.W.C. Jocelyn.ou Mlyhth
APIllI - 4. lS7i.
DEMOCn.VriO JI'DNIAL district
MKKTISO I.N :All!0 YKSTKUD0 A CONVKN
TtON TO UK CAI.t.KD.
The Democratic committee of the first
Judicial circuit of Illinois, uM at the olliee
of I.inegar & Lunsdeu, in Cairo, on Thurs
day, April .'!, 187'J. After the object of the
meeting was stated the committee effected
a permanent organization by electing W.
W. llarr, of Jackson county, chairman, und
W. S. Washburn, of Williamson county,
On the cull of the counties in the circuit,
all were found to bu represented, except
Massac, and Pope.
The following resolution, introduced by
lion. K. II. Watkins, of I'uluski county,
was then adopted by the committee:
Resolved, That it is the sense of this
committee that its chairman call a Demo
cratic convention to meet in the city of
( liiro, on the lith day of May, 1871), for the
purpose of nominating three candidates
for Circuit Judges for the first Judicial cir
cuit of Illinois.
That he be further instructed to
fix the basis of rcprem-ntuti n in said con
vention so that each county shall be entitled
to one delegate for every -00 votes case for
Tildt-n iu Its"'!, ami one delegate for cuch
fraction of 100 votes, or more.
That tic-chairman be further instructed to
immediately notify the chairman of each
County Democratic Committee, in the cir
cuit, of the action of this committee.
On motion, the secretary was instructed
to furnish -a copy of the pn feedings of this
committee meeting to Tin: Caiko Hci.i.k
tin and Cairo Argus-, lourm.1 for publica
tion. No further business apjK-aring the com
mittee adjourned. W. W. Hauu.
W. S. Wasuuihn, Chairman.
Di inocr.it ic papers in the First Judical
Circuit please copy.
"II )W LMSle, Oil L)IU!'
K.litoi Cairo ltnlietiii
I am sorry to be nec-Vdlat-d to trespass
again upon your time ami pati-nee mlso
that of your readers i with another reference
!o tlie woman found dead in K-'j. Thomp-
j Son' wle-at ti-ld. Allow n.e lir-t to tender !
my most ln-urt-fe'.t thank to "Mrs. 'uob"
fur tin-i liaiiuini; eoi:ti!itiieiits with which
she clio.i-es to honor 111". H'lt. tievi t tbe
i s, lieiu:; ' a u'" itlein in p-- -s -d of e
tetisiw- knowledye," aini
i in the worlvl -ity l!ip-c
ti.so na in' itvt-'l
years vi I have
never in,, de tf" i I ' - .-very or heard any one
else m lha black walnuts wcr jni'd in
the bo-oiii tin considerable quantity) for a
"charm." ll seems strange indeed to ine that
"Mr-. S io'i-," liu her article of March Otln
should sivni ,0 will acquainted with dec--as-ed.
havin:; stated that she had a disn puta
bie chariici-.-r, had le'ett an iamute of the
pi 'Oi hoii-e - ,v;.s (lisehaii;ei, that said de
c. as'-d tried at several places to ;;i t a home
(poor hot;-.!- not excepted I Lilt because o''
le-r id-i'i-eaide and meddh sunn- dt.-posi-tict:,
I'ai ' I tn .i so. Also that she claim
ed to have a son in I'nion Co., and that de-
j ee;is-;. w us an tibte bodied pei-suti. Vet Jits.
Snob" still holds fust to her stick : that said
able-b lied woman di 'd of diea-e of the
heart or apoplectic strok -. Ayain in "Mr-.
Snobs items of 1 7th she states that deceased
had two chaH''"s of clothin'.', etc., that she
left at T. A. Urown's. I - wi-e inti'i that I
am --cannot help thinking that tiny -.voman
with rational sense would not have ventur
ed out in the inclemency of the pant winter
weather even had it been u mild day in
wliii-1. without Htockiiiirs, shawl, or any
cotn:'oi'i,b'.c chithin. Therefore, deceased
must h ive been out of her ri'ht mind, not
ravine; mad, br.t niiud wand' tin. If this,
tin n, had- been the case, deceased wouhf
have undotibt-dly been u tit subject for the
poor house, and should luve been watched
j over us utli tilivt ly as the weakest of iln-iu.
I Taking all ito cotisidemtion. I am more
I that Mrs. Snobs knew so
miicli conccriiiuo dcv'-'aseii. und yel did
kuow lor name. Any ol-siivin;; reader
can h"e hi a glance thit it was not so much
1 Mrs. Snobs' motive, to shield the people of
I thi vicinity and make them appear p'U r
ous und kind (which I wdl admit, that the
majority ofih'-nt are, but it scents as
though Mis. Murty had the misfortune of
fulling into the hands of the tninoiity) as
it was to blind fold the people and shield
the otlicers of the poor farm. And now I
bid adieu to this npte.isunt subject, and
;rivc up the protind wheat field not ex-
cepted - -to Mr-. Snobs. Yours truly,
i Theln s .Murcli :ll"t, IhTO.
The antiLitil etainiicitinii nf tin- Cmiivi
1 . ,. , . ... . . .
ill i c Iiihi! will tnke Ii rice tins vei.i.L in
iii the following order: Monday foreiiiKin,
Miss Holers' room; Monday afternoon, the
! rooms taught by Mrs. Alvord and Miss
i Itilev ; Tue-'l.ty fori nooti. the rooms taught
by Miss Aivonl and Miss h.fiin; Tuesday
j forenoon : tut iifrcrnoon, lie- Thirteenth
street (iraiuiiiar School ; Wudsesday fore
noon, the nsmis tnught by Miss IValbridge,
Miss Koss, Miss Christy und Mr, Xott;
Wednesday afternoon, the rooms taught by
Mites Hogan, Miss Armstrong and Mis
Ford; Thursday forenoon ami afternoon,
Mr. Newsomc's room, uml Thursday and
Friday, the High School.
The examination will he public, find a
targe attendance of tiie patrons and friends
of the schools is desired.
G. 0. At-voiiD, Supf-
I.oiiii.i.ard's Tin Tug smoking tobacco
hi eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also WHlunl's Nlckle Nuggeto and Dimo
Nuggets, for salt.- at V. Konuncycr' t fac
XKW A I V F.ItTI.H KM KXTH.
Caiiui, III., April 1st, lSTW.
Thu a ii n ii nl inectliiR of tlie Morkhnlitrm of thu
Cairo City (laa ConiliBliv, lor thu election of Direr
turn will 1)1- held at tins oltli-e of the Couipaoy Mot)
day, April 7th, lsr,ll. at 111 o'rlork a in.
II. T. (iKUUl'l.l), Herretary
Coltaire on Tenth almit, No W. Poaaoaaion
L'lveii April lt tiood rlateru and out liouwa on
the prenilnea, Apply next door, uuiuber 'JU, Tenth
Attht! Finish of thcOhio
1DLKWILI) AND liAUGKS
Will le ive tin: mall line nharf,
S.ititrday, April 5th,
at 1 ;:to . m
TO MELT FALL HOY TON,
The WorM r--ninv!ii-i vnyneer, on the orranicin of
hi plivuiitulual trip trom the lit ad
waters of the
Ohio to tlie .Mississippi,
N. II. ThU Heamer. Iiearinx hli (iftl.-inl Colura,
will he thu only one the Captain will recoi;iii,-e,
inine uloti j aide of ur eiu- eiuh rjbihitiou a the
curreut will permit,
To hi- had at Uie Wharf hnut
New Orleans and Return
The Nc Sulrtthe'-! Auehor I.lnf Stratniv
CITY OF (iKKEXVILLK.
THOMAS W. SIIILLDS
leaif Cairo next Saturday. April ? at
oVIocIc p in on h-r riaiili n tiip to tlie ( reiH r.t
city, uh au cxeiirsinu partv frem St Lotus and
ether points 'I he fire for die l.-ipbii" t-een irr- at j )
r iiitccd. A fine trin; baud M-.il furtii-tt mumi
lor ilaiicim. I'or full pHrlirular-ari'lv lo
CAI'TAIN PI. KM t AI.VtUT
Ati' linr I.ide WLarf hoal
(i;ii;cTR)X of rnicKS!
! (irand Pacific Hotel,
( MIIC.U K
III" r'iiiest Vf-ntilatcd (Intel in Vmi-rictf
And uiie ol'tlin I.'U----t ilia, ;ns ovr
VO Itooins. ;' u suit", with oVim uad C!o'-l. l
!!i-'Jiand Atoi-t KI-i;-iii 1 1 I ' vi i-n imIi
ci I 1 1 1 it el, in I lie ennui iy .
TKRJK KOOMS WITil l-OAUI).
t;!.0l) to S-l.-'iO per tlity. IJuth and l'sr
A redi,e-;nn frum the nlu..' p; i- t i pa.:Y r
nimniie a ,ei-W ex- inure
JOHN B. I)i:KH A CO..
II. BHVANT. M. I).
OKKItT: : Kiei,:h and Wi.fmiftun Antte
UKSlUKNe'l. : Coimr Niuetis uth and Wk:i
' II. MAItKA.V, M. 1)..
Iloincopiithie i'livsician and un,'eon
llfflru I'ai Commercial avenue, llesidenre corn r
Koiirti c-nth si. i,d V a-Uihulou avi-uu. Cairo
y 15. SMI III, M. I.
f'.iice ami Rwiiilfurr :
NO. -Jl TimnV.lt.STII STHKKT, CAIKO, I I.I. .
J)I5. H. W. WHITI.OClv,
Utnrr.-Nn. v:, (Vmtnercia! Avenne, b-u
1 r.lgiith ami .Niuih Siret-ia
! jlf. W. C. JOCKLYN,
' I ) i-: N T 1ST.
KKH'K Eighth Street, near Commercial .Vtctia--.
! I INKOAIl ii LANSDF.N.
OPKICE So. 1111 Cotnmerctal Avenue.
CO Mil 11 'J.N MERCHANTS.
JhsiiE HIsKLi:, N. II. Tntsn itwooD. J. II Mookm
j IIlNKLK. TlIISTLEWOOl)
Fiiiiiicr's Tobacco Wurehonso.
COM Ml SSI (IN MERCHANTS.
No. 1:3 unit 127 Commercial Avvnar,
trlillicral Advancomenta made oil Cooalca
meuta ul Tubacr.u, Flour, and Uralu.
tW'Affi nta fur Clear, Hcott A C'n. throahlnR at
rhlnea. tiortalilu saw mill anil tlin-ahlun eDKlnna.
A;eiitH fort'baoiiiloil harvealtun machlnt-a, mowera
If you arc hi want ul' anything la tho way of
(iUXS, KIFI.KS, ItKYOLVF.ES, P1ST0IJS
Auunnaltlim, flint Miitorlu), KIshltiK Tarklf, or
auy otln'r Mtii' NpurlltiK Oimda plraav i'im1 aUaiu
fur iujt UrK l.lin-tratfd citaUiffim and prirr lift
Voara truly, Addn-M. OUNSTHN'd Oraat
Woatera Uitu Wuikt, I'lttabaruU, fa.