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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL is, 1880.
ALL ADVKKTISKMKN TS In tltl lumn, of
valine each orient will bo puhllalied Iori
solU out lniwrtiou;Stiuio. M cenU; 1 week. M;
raonlk, l.W; 3 mouth wlthimt clnuiR", tW I""
tauith. Kaca additional lluo, prorata. WUmtUmi
ruuo FOR KALK.
Amen ortava, rwe wood caio pliino, four round
corner and tarred leg. In (jooil condlllou. fir iiu
t a treat bargain. Apply it the retmletico or M.
B. Harrell. f
HOUSE FOR 8ALK.
ft ...... .,... 4 -A,mMf4 itjittmn. ronf nOAflf Urw,
tlmbera all .mBd. Can be removed with HttH -
p..e. Rcaxon for elliiiar iit lUo lot fo o er
purpoaea, Apply at No, 34 Tenth, near Washing-
..... - ..hi, hrii fur eentleman nod
Wife or two ladle. Enquire at thU omco.
II. MARE AN, M. D.,
Homeopathic rhysieiau and Surgeon.
Offlca 140 Ui, amerclal avenue. Realdenc corner
Fouineutb 8t. aud Wafhlnatou avenue, Cairo.
JR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orncs-No. 138 Commercial Avcitie, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
)R. W. C. JOCELYK,
OFFICK-ElKhth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
. Notary TuMic and Conveyancer.
OFFICE : With the Widows' andOorpnaua' Mu
nal Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'3 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY TIIE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED TOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
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River 89 feet b luche. w ,
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Scrg't Signal Corpa, U. 8. A.
Jacob Kline desires the public to know
that ho has perfected his machinery for the
manufacture of stone in blocks, and is now
ready to receive orders for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stone, building corners, window
sills, caps, etc. Orders will receive prompt
attention, and be filled without delay.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, all in first-class
order: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
diameter, 24 feet long, with smoke stack;
one engine 10 inch bore, 24 inch stroke,
with heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's planer; one 12 inch planer; four rip
saws and frames complete; one cut off saw;
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine for bed posts and rails; one self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring ma
chine; one power mortising machine; two
turning lathes ; three Emery wheels,mounted
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 inch
line shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factory.
All persons having bills against the com
mittee haviug in charge the Grant reception
are requested to leave them with the secre
tary at the Iron Mountain railway office,
155 Ohio Levee, on Monday. The committee
will meet Monday evening and desire to
have in all bills at that time.
The "Active" cooking stove, he best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, ut Davidson's.
Mr. Chas. Shoenmeyer, proprietor of the
Gcrmania house, situated at the junction
of Poplar and Tenth streets and Wash-
intgon avenue. is prepared to
accommodate a few more day
boarders at reasonable rates. The
table is first clas3, containing always the
best the season affords, and the general ac
commodations afforded are not 'surpassed
by any private boarding house in Up city.
Foil Sale For cash, a new two-hundred
dollar Mendelssohn piano, for $123,
and the freight from factory. Apply at
ICE! ICE! PURE LAKE ICE!
F. M. Ward will enter the field again
this season, with his ice wagons, and will
be prepared, as formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, in any part of the city, every day,
in any quantity desired. The fact that he
will give the business his personal super
vision, furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rons will be promptly, faithfully and satis
SEE YOURSELF AS OTHERS SEE YOU
It you want a perfect, natural and life
like picture of yourself or friend in India
ink and water colors, albumen ink or oil
on canvass, give Liglitfoot it Slielton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no ciian.'cs.
Agents wanted. Special terms ou applica
tion. Call at Mrs. Stites', Seventh street.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD CO.
. TO THE PUBLIC.
I'M ir aso, March Hist, 1880.
On April 1st, 1SS0, the Illinois Centn.1
Railroad company commences the salu ot
local tickets on all of its lines i Illinois
at three cents per mile, in place of four
cents as heretofore.
We trust that this reduction will meet the
approbation of our patrons, and will result
in materially stimulating local trrvel along
the line. Respectfully,
W. P. Johnson, Gen. Pass. Agt.
"NOT DEAD lll'T LIVE I'll."
I am iu receipt of invoice from publisncrs
of enough books, "Tramp Abroad," to sup
ply all my subscribers, and will commence
the delivery on Monday next, l!Mh inst.,
mid hope am. will nt: iikady to receive
their book when presented.
Very respectfully, W.M. F. Pitch Kit.
Wantkd A good house dog not par
tleular as to color, sex or breed. Apply to
OusSwoboda, corner Eighteenth and Pop
lar. Wantkd. A boy to work on presses in
Thr Bulletin. Ono that wains to learn
press work and will contract by the year
preferred. Apply at the office.
All persons having bills against the
Grant reception committee will plcaso pre
sent them to nny member of the committee
before ten o'clock to-morrow, (Monday).
By order of the chairmau of committee.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY.
Cairo, Ills., April 17 1880.
Until further notice, rates of freight over
tho "Cairo Short Lino," from St. Louis to
Cairo will bo twenty cents porliundred
pounds, and from East St. Louis to Cairo
sixteen cents per hundred pounds on ell
classes, except grain and grain products,
which will bo fifteen and ono-half cents
por hundred from St. Louis, and eleven
and one-half cents per hundred from East
St. Louis to Cairo; and hay, bagging and
ties, and hog and cattle products, which
will be seventeen and one-half cents per
hundred pounds from St. Louis and thir
teen and one-half cents per hundred
pounds from East St. Louis to Cairo. Rates
from Caiuo to St. Louis and East Sr.
Louis, same as above. Jas. Joiisson,
II. C. Du Pi'E, General Southern Ag't.
Aecnt I. C. R. R. Co.
For Sale a hindsomo horse; trots in
harness, paces under the saddle. Apply at
No. 02 Tenth street. '
Mns. E. A.BurnhTT.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
The colored folks were out in force at
their Reform hall, last night.
Trade 'o tho retail departments of our
business houses, is improving.
The Eyptian Social Club hop, named
for Tuesday evening next, will, if wo are to
judge by previous hops, be a grand affair.
The very excollent article of I. A. M.,
which would have proven the best of Sun
day reading, was, we regret, crowded out
by other matter.
The Grant reception is over and there
are still several cases of the "Faultl-ss,"
the best of five cent cigars, for sale by F.
Capt. John II. Shields, the very clever
and sprightly editor of the Clinton (Ky.)
Democrat, was in Cairo, yesterday, on a
Rev. B. Y. George, who participated
in the proceedings of the Carbondale Pres
bytery, returned to the city in due season to
see the Great Captain.
Rev. Mr. Burton, ot Golconda, was in
Cairo, yesterday, en route home from Car
bondale, where he had been attending
the Southern Illinois Presbytery.
Mr. Obcrly will probably leave the city
for Ottawa to-morrow. His daughters,
Misses Edith and Gertrude, will prolong
their stay in the city several days.
A "freight notice" over the name of the
Illinois Central's Cairo agent, will prove
of interest to those whom it may concern.
It will bo found among our special locals.
An eleven pound baby a healthy
youngster has been born to Dr. W. H.
Marean, upon which fact and the favorable
condition of the mother The Bulletin con
The Egyptian Social Club will give
another of their social hops, at Hibernian
hall, on Tuesday evening next. Parties
holding invitations to the previous hop, are
cordially invited to attend this.
The list of lands and town lots in Al
exander county, delinquent for the non
payment of taxes for the year lT'J, will be
published in The Weekly Bulletin to
morrow. It occupies less than two pages
of the paper.
Messrs. Walker and Taylor, two young
men of intelligence and enterprise, have
purchased the materiul of the Columbus
(Ky.) Times office, and will at once rees
tablish that paper. We wish the young
men a large harvest of both honors and
Bishop Seymour, ot Springfield, will
conduct services at the Church of the Re
deemer to-day, commencing with morning
prayers ut 9 :!J0 a. in. Confirmations and
holy communion at 10:00 a. in., and even
ing prayer meeting at 7 :.'J0 p. m. During
Monday the Bishop will remain with our
neighbors in Mound City.
The last demonstration in favor of the
Chicago and Illinois river ship canal, was
held in Peoria. It was largely attended,
and the Peonans forgetting that Chicago's
aim was to run a river of slops and excreta
by her doors, was enthusiastically ''n favor
of the canal. The meeting at night was
one of the largest ever held in the city.
A great and rapid gush of water, flow
ing inward f mm the mouth of tho Seven
teenth street sewer on the west side of
Washington avenue, arrested much atten
tion and considerable speculation, yester
day eveniug. Tho flow was caused by the
emptying of a large pool of water into the
sewer at a point near Commercial avenue.
-McYicki 'i's, of tho Metropolis Times,
says, "The Caiuo Bulletin did the Times
injustice." The Caiuo Bui. lkt.x did no
such thing! The editor of the Times
further says: "The Caiuo Bulletin will
please leave tho Mac off of our name."
TueCaiko Bulletin proposes to do just
as it pleases about that matter. So "there,
The Democratic congressional conven
tion for the Eighteenth district, will be
held in Carbomlnle, on Thursday, July
22nd. The basis of representation in tho
convention is fixed at one delegate for
every 200 votes cast for Judge Allen in
1878, and one delegate for every fraction
of that number exceeding 100, A formal
call will appear In The Bulletin as soon
as the centra! committee issue it.
Capt. W. P. Wright desires us to say
to the many voters of tho Third ward who
havo solicited him to run for re-election to
a Beat in the council, that while he is very
grateful to them for tho friendly assurances
they havo expressed, ho 19 compelled, nev
ertheless, because of the nature of his bus
iness engagements, to decline a candidacy.
Ho will not, therefore, under any circum
stances, becomo a candidate.
Tho "business boom" of the Planters'
House, on Friday, was next to the "patri
otic boom," in honor of General Grant.
The list of arrivals was too largo for the
space wo devoto to that use, henco the omis
sion of nearly ono hundred names. Mine
host, Thompson, proved himself equal to all
the demands of tho day, however; his ar
rangements were complete, and his groat
crowd of patrons were moro than satisfied
they were delighted.
Police circles weie quiet yesterday.
A few cases before Squiro Coinings consti
tuted tho entiro business of th day, Squire
Robinson being out on his farm "in the
country." Three black men were fined for
drunkenness and disorderly conduct, and
two wlii to men were subjected to small
penalties for the same offences. This, and
a small penal infliction upon a young man
who was beguiled into a ''squabble" tin
Tenth street, formed the sum total of the
police business ot Saturday.
Elder Shores was abroad among the
sovereigns, yesterday, and commanded the
attention of considerable groups of them
everwhere. He propose to make it lively
for his opponents, and to show them that,
although it is possible to distance "Old
Virginia" in the race, they will find
that he is neither "wind-broken" nor
suffering from the "string-halt." Shores
is cut out, comporeally, for a polxtj
magistrate, ami would till the office with
dignity equal to tho demands of every
A colored gentleman whose political
preferences and convictions amount to
fierceness, declared yesterday, that "it was
a d d shame that Democrats wis admitted
to anticipate in the deception of General
Grant to Cairo." "If I'd a had my way,"
exclaimed this ardent Republican of sable
hue, "I'd a discluded every Democrat from
the ling anil run tho circus on 'publican
piinciples disclusively." Wherefore, a
score of our Democratic friends will be
very apt to exclaim : "There now; didn't
I tell you!"
The Illinois Central excursion train
that left Cairo at 1 o'clock yesterday morn
ing, dashed into an open switch at Elkville,
near Du Quoin about 4:U0 a'clock, and. as
Bill Howe expressed it, "diffused herself
all over the neighboring country." For
tunately nobody was badly hurt, and
none of the cars very seriously
damaged. The Grant special train and the
south bound passenger were delayed, in
consequence, several hours; but the report
that "this was an attempt to kill Grant,"wc
regard as the merest bosh stuff.
The Centennial celebration and Exposi
tion to commence at Nashville, Tennessee,
on the 3rd instant, promises to be one of
the grandest affairs of its character ever
seen in the South. It will be continued un
til May 29th, ami as people from all parts
of the United States will congregate there,
scores of our people will certainly be among
the number. Reduced rates have been secur
ed on all the routes of travel thither, nnd from
Cairo as well as from other points. Al in
formation desired will be cheerfully furn
ished by Capt. J. F. Miller, of the Green
The election for two member of the
Cairo Board of Education, yesterday, ex
cited but little attention. Those citizens
who should have interested themselves,
were not to be seen about the polls. It so
happened, however, that the result was
precisely what it should have been. Mr.
George Fisher and Mayor Thistlewood
were re-elected without opposition. Only
eighty-throe of the seventeen hundred votes
of the township were polled, and all of
these were thrown for Messrs. Fisher and
Thistlewood. Tif Bulletin is pleased
with the result.
John II. Barton, a caustic, fearless
writer, has purchased the material of the
Tumaroa Watehman office, and will remove
it to Carbondale, where ho will at once re
commence the publication of the Free
Press. Some time ago Barton admonished
Hon. John R. Thomas of a "rod he had in
pickle" for him, and we shall not be sur
prised to hear tho thwack of that rod with
in the next week or two. The Free Press
may not support a Democratic candidate,
but the indications are that, if Thomas be
the nominee, it will dole out blue blazes
and vitriol to that gentleman In very lib
From the Metropolis Times, of yester
day, wo copy tho following : "C'iay, the incar
nate fiend who had been in jail in Ca;ro
from this county charged with tho crime of
incest, made his escape last Saturday night
fioin our'pen.' which used to be called a
jail. We regret that such hardened crimi
nals should be allowed to go scot free, sim
ply for the want of a little vigilance on the
part of our officer. It will be remembered
that Clay made his escape once before front
Sheriff Allen nnd his deputy, aud was re
arrested by constable A. K. Cox, and turned
over to the sheriff, and now after the county
has boarded him In Cairo for two or three
months, ho walks off at a sitting of the court
at which he was to be tried.
, A Union counny correspondent, writ
ing to us under tho depressing Bpell inau
gurated by the recent cold weather, speaks
thus of tho fruit crop: "The recent cold
snap lias very materially affected the fruit
crop In tho vicinity of Dongola. Tho wheat
crop also, in somo fields, appears much
damaged by thq cold and dry weather. It
Is to bo hoped, after all, that a few warm
days with showers will wonderfully change
tho aspect of affairs, as thoy now seem
gloomy." Since tho date of our correspond
ent's letter wo have had tho rain ami sun
shine, and now tho fruit and grain goose
hangs at a dizzy altitude. In other words,
the prospects are most encouraging.
As wo indicate elsewhere, somo of our
colored citizens were uiue displeased be
cause ot the part taken, by Democrats in
tho recent Grant reception: "He's gone,"
exclaimed a gray-haijed old darkey, of
rueful countenance, who occupied a posi
tion near the music stand; "he's gone cer
tain. There's Col. R. and Capt. H. a sand
wiching of him. There's Col. T. a talking
to him; there's Judge Green a makin' of a
speech of welcome right at him, and
there's thut d d rebel editor u Bhadin' of
him. He's gone, I tell you; the Demo
crats has kotchod him, and, a tin; Lord
lives, I'll have none of bun." Evideuces
of thut old man's sincerity, in these ex
pressions, were certainly not wanting in his
"Old Trim" wrties us from Dongola,
under date of Thursday, that only a few
days ago, "Mr. McEatire, who resides
on the eastern side of Union county, was
found dead in the woods, near his home.
W'.i gun was lying m'ur him, and his own
pocket knife sticking up '.o the handle in
his neck. He had been shot in the back
part of the head and as his own gun had
not been discharged the prt.stifi;tion is
that it was not suicide, but that he had
been murdered. Union county, we are
surry to say, is becoming notorious for
murder. Men can league themselves to
gether, slay their fellow man, fill almost a
"straw bond" for their appearance at court
and run round loosr. u-ady at nil tiiuts
to engage in some other devilish crime."
General Grant and party, met hereby
General Logan an I bis son-in-law, and
Col. Fred Grant, left Cairo about
10 o'clock, yesterday moruing. on a s-cial
train placed at their disposal by the Illinois
Central. A considerable crowd of citizens
gathered about the train to witness tin de
parture of the party, and gave the General,
who stood upon t!f! platform, a heir'y
cheer. The General was, as we stated yes
terday, entertained in the family of Mr.
Churles Galigher; but was attended, to tin.
last, by watchful members of tin commit
tee of arrangements. About the last wi Is
of erecting or admonition that came from
the departing car. were addressed by Gen
eral Logan to to a prominent Democrat.
The words were: "Be virtuous, J ,
and you'll be happy."
It seems that our voters w ill merely
have "Hobson's hoice," on Tueslay next,
in so far n he aldermen are concerned.
But, in this particular they cannot very
well, go amiss. There is not a candidate
for alderman in the field who would not. if
elected, honestly strive to promote the pu'
lic welfare, ' But not s', when we conic to
consider of the claims of the candidates tor
police magistrate. It will becjine the duty
of good citizens to defeat Squire Coinings.
His principal opponent is a man of.
good, practical sense, of good hab
its and above ail, of a di.-position
to do right, between man and
linn, as he understands the right. A mis
take in this mutter the election of the
wrong man will inflict evil upon the city
for which, during the four years ensuing,
no ready cure, or one that citizens will
choose to employ, will be available.
Col. Rcarden. accompanied by his
daughter Emma, and Mr. George Fisher,
our surveyor of customs, escorted General
Grant f'-oin Little Rock to Cairo they hav
ing been delegated to the performance of
that service by the committee of arrange
ments. Mr. Fisher informs us that the
General was entertained in royal style by
tin) Aikamians. The ball and reception
rooms were most tastefully and elegantly
decorated; the banquet was sumptuous
and the throng of people simply immense.
While Mr. F. is well pieased with the man
ner in which our Cairo demonstration
passed oil', he is compelled to consider it
rather tame, when compared with that of
Little Rock. Their "moro people," more
money, larger halls and longer time gave
them very decided advantages wver the
General Grant, unliko tho lamented
"hero of Lundy's Lane," is not a man of
commanding mein. The nineteen years
which havo elapsed since he was among us
as tho commander of tho Federal forces
here, havo touched his hair with silver, giv
ing it the hue of Iron gray. II is bearing is
austere; his voice Is rather husky and disa
greeable, and, except when Interested in
the subject about which he Is conversing,
his countenance I rather expressionless.
At the ball in the St. Charlc bo displayed
unusual animation, talked freely with those
around him, and occasionally yielded to nn
"audible smilo" out of compliment to the
sillies ot those who sought to entertain
him. Wo accord to him all the qualities
and genius of a great soldier; but lie Is not
tho man demanded by the times or wanted
by the people, for president of tho United
Most of our readers are already ap
prised of tho very liberal reduction in pas
seagcr rates on the Illinois Central railroad
lines In tho state of Illinois, and wo arc
quite euro that all of them will join in a
vote of thanks to tho management of that
railroad, not only for a reduction by which
a million of our people may profit; but for
tho force ot tho example, which is morally
certain to compel other companies to do
likewise. Indeed, the example has already
borno good fruits, and it may now be hoped
that all tho great railroad corporations of
tho state will soon be, as the Central is, op
erating in accordance with "schedule" or
graduation scale established or suggested
by tho board of railroad and warehouso
commissioners. We arc pleased, we repeat,
that tho Illinois Central baif led off in the
revolution of passenger rates. Stretching
its lines from one end of tho stato to the
other, with connecting lines under its con
trol that penetrate the far west, northwest
and south, its position is at once command
ing and its influence powerful. It may be
argued, therefore, that while tho reduction
operates to the special advantage of the
people of Illinois, at once, its ul
timate and not very remote
effect will reach the great railways under
other management iu the West and South.
Nor can we conceive that so liberal a spirit
on the part of the Illinois Central will oper
ate to its pecuniary disadvantage. It will
win the heartiest commendation of our peo
ple, multiply the friends of the road, and,
in time, bring its deserved compensation in
a Urge increase of the road's passenger traf
tic. The public is not as a usual thing, un- '
mindful of marked favors and concessions
on the part of the great corporations with
which it deals, and can not, will not be, in
this case. "Three cheers and a tiger" for
the Illinois Central. In this connection v,a
call the reader's attention to the General
Passenger Agent's notice which we publish
an another column,
It is not ut all likely, now, that the
two days intervening the present time and
the day of the election, will develope any
new candidates for the ofiice of police mag
istrate. Voters will be compelled to choose,
therefore, between those avowedly in the
field. The turn that Elder Shores' candi
dacy may give matters is not yet sufficient
ly indicated; but upon one point all good
citizens should fee! decided, and that point
is this: The necessity for defeating
Squire Comings is to apparent
t be questioned His defeat is
demanded in the interest of good morals
and good order, and should be sought by
all who would see an honest and fearless
enforcement of the law against all offend
ers, kt their calling in business or their po
sitions in society lc what they may. We
want no police magistrate who permits his
personal resentments or prejudices to wa-p
his judgment or to frustrate his honest im
pulses We wttnt no officer who will ad
vice a citizen to violate tho law and tlen
promise that citizen immunity from the
consequence. We want no officer who
manifestly has an eye to future persona!
preferment, in his administration of justice;
an 1 we certainly want no man in the office
to which Squire Comings aspires, who has,
by his official conduct, failed to inspire tin
r'sjX'Ct and confidence of his fellow-citizens.
We desire it understood that we are
dealing with Squire Comings,, not a
a citizen, but as the present
incumbent of an office, and
the candidate for another office, for which
we deem him unsuited. We have an un
doubted right to pursue such a discussion,
and the voter who, in determining the
character of his ballot, does less than this,
wiil fail in a duty he owes to himself and
to the community of which he is a mem
ber. It is wholly foieign to our purpose to
"persecute," the Squire. We candidly
think that he Iia3 failed to administer t:ie
laws impartially; that he has withheld the
scourge of the law where it should h ive
been applied, and that many have learned
to believe that a change of venue to Squire
Comings is tantamount to an acquittal.
Without saying whether such n belief is
well founded or is unfounded, we Do say
that we will wrong ourselves and wrong
our city by electing a man whose official
conduct has been of a character to furnish
so broad a semblance of foundation upon
which to rear so damaging an accusation.
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ably no known medicine equal to the Syrup
of Hypophosphites prepared by Mr. James
I. Fllows. chemist, St. John, N. B. A
jumbcr ot cases have come under our no
tice the past year when tho results which
havelbllowcd its use havo been astonish
ing. Wo write this unsolicited by any one,
and advise the afllicted to try it. Editor
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is the prescription of ono of the best female
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nets acidity ot the stomach, relieves wind
colic, regulates tho bowels, and gives rest,
health aiid comfort to mother and child.
We believe it tho best and surest remedy
in tho world, in all cases of dysentery and
diiirrhiva iu children, whether it arises
from teething or from any other cause.
Full directions for using will accompany
each bottle. Nono genuino unless tho fac
simile of Curtis & Perkins on tho outside
wrapper. Sold by all medicine dealers.
Twenty-five cents a bottle.
PitoMPT relief in sick headache, dizzi
ness, niutsco, constipation, pain lit tho aide,
etc., guaranteed to those using Carters Lit
tle Liver Pills.