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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1330.
ALL. ADVKRTI3BMKNT8 In thin column, ol
tie IIiim ch orlumwill bu puliliiUied for 'Si
wUM Inxerlloo , :i tlmen. !l cent; 1 week,
WMntlt, I.5D; $ month wltltoiiU Lunge. LMI per
0aU. Kacu dilttlonni llnu, piorata. Situation!
PIANO KOU NALK.
A kwu octave, roue wood ciio pliino, four round
renew Mid rrvid letr. lu KO'd cmidlllon, for hhIo
sM,trMt lurnalu. Apply at Ilia reHidence of .M,
HorSB FOR SALE.
Amur morr, S roomed cottaire. roof hourly new,
HtanVw ill i'oiiud. Can be removed with lilll ex
mim. Keawin forelllnj-ant the lot for other
i,Mrp Apply At No, Ai Tenth, near Wafhlutf
Km. FOU BENT.
F-MsMifiroim with board f.ir (.'.nt'"mu uud
Whorl no Indie. Enquire at till office.
H. MAREAN, M.
Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon.
MSfai J K, Amereinl avenue. Kctdence comer
uivt-tntU St. and Wachinctou avenau, Cairo.
JJU. K. W. WHITLOCK,
mc-So; LS6 Commercial Avenue, between
fcLskik and Klnth Streeu
U. W. C. JOCELYN,
07f ICK tiflitk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow' and Oorpnaha' Mu
nai Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
SCEBYTIIE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Toads a Speeialtv.
OPFI C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
'Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO. - - ILLS.
'tjfJ.EE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. UALLIDAY, PrunMeiil.
U. L. I1AI. I.IDA Y. Vice-Iav-iilim.
i.UOS. W. HALUDAY, Cashier.
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W'liV T,. IIAU.UMV, K. II. CC.NNINOIIA.M,
. i. WILLIAMSON, KTbCUKN HUH",
Eitiunge, Coin anil Unitetl States Bonds
UOVOIIT AND HOLD.
iaitf received and a general Imnkaim Ihihuh"!
ALL SORTS, SIZES ANT) STYLES,
Munulacturer of a:id Dealer Ib.V.mo
"CtN, COPPER & SilEET-IHOX WARE
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in thin column, five ccnta per Hue, each
Jacob Kline desires the public to know
that he has perfected his machinery for the
manufacture of stone in blocks, nnd 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 otV 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.
The "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Mr. Chas. Shoeuineycr, proprietor of the
Germania house, situated at the junction
ot Poplar and Tenth streets and Wash
intgon avenue, is prepared to
accommodate a .few mora day
boarders at . reasonable rates. The
table is first class containing always the
best the season nlfords, and the general ac
commodations aft'orded are not surpassed
by any private boarding house in t!r city.
Foil Sale For cash, a new two-hundred
dollar Mendelssohn piaro, for s12o.
and the' freight from factory. Apply ut
ICE! ICE! PURE LAKE ICE!
F. M. Ward will enter the field ag:.in
this seon, with his ice wagons, and will
be prepared, ns formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, in any part of the city, every day.
in any quantity desired. The f.iet that he
will give the business his personal super
visi i), furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rons will be promptly, faithfully and satis
SEE YOURSELF AS OTHER SEE YO U
It you want a perfect, natural n:id life
like picture of yourself or friend in India
ink and water color, albumen ink or oil
on canvass, give Liithtfoot & Shelton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satl.-lied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms on applica
tion. Call at Mrs. Stites', Seventh street.
Wantkd. A boy to work on presses in
Tin: BcLi.LTi.v. One that wants to learn
press work and will contract by the year
preferred. Apply at the o.T,ce.
ILLINOIS I'LNTli AI. It MI.U .U) ( ' i.!iNY.
C.uuo. Im.s.. April IT I'sso.
Until further notice, rates of freight over
the '"Cairo Slim t Line," from St. L mis to
Cairo will be twenty cents per hundred
pounds, and from Ent St. lyttis to Cairo
sixteen cents per hundred pousi.'.s on nil
classes, except irrani and grain product,
which will be fifteen mi! one-half rents
per hundred from St. Louis. ui,l eleven
and one-half cents per hundred front East
St. Ijouis to Cairo; and hay, Imgyin uud
ties, and hog nnd cattle products, which
will be seventeen and one-half rents per
hundred pounds from St. Louis an I thir
teen and one-half cents per hundred
pounds from East St. Louis to Cuiro. Rates
from Caiko T" Sr. Locisaxd East St.
Lot is, .same as above. J as, .Thiinsox,
II. C. Dk Pn-:. General Southern Ag't.
A-ent I.C. R."R. Co.
For Sale a h indsome lease; trots ia
harness", paces under ihe saddle, .pply at
No. :i2 Tenth street.
Mils. E. A. P.rr.sr.TV.
WOOD AND COAL.
()t W. YVIIEKLKU,
Deu'.er in nil Ulniln ol
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YAM):
Tenth Street, Between Wilmington nntl
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
No! Icon lu those coluuina, teu contt per ll'ic,
The alarm and excitemeut about the
scarlet fever lias well uigh subsided.
The indications are that less than one
thousand votes will be polled at the election
Johnny Maruell, who has been in Cairo
several days, leaves for St. Louis again,
Mr. Obcrly left the city, yesterday
afternoon, for Ottawa. He will probably
be in Cairo again some time next month.
Mr. L. II. Myers is erecting a double
cottage on the north side of Tenth street,
on the two lots he recently purchased there.
Mrs. Cunningham having purchased
two lots, on the site of the old pound, will
erect u house thereon, during the present
Mike Sheehan is busy as a nailer at
Beech Ridge, with the view of getting hi
saw mill in operation during the present
The Grant reception is over and there
are still several cases of the "Faultless,"
the best of five cent cigars, for sale by F.
Ed Sliannessy has purchased a tine
span of mules, whicJi he is employing to
good purpose in filling up Mayor Thistle
Coroner Fitzgerald spent most of the
day, yesterday, on the Whitcamp farm,
looking after matters with the eye of an
Judge Mulkey has returned from Hot
Springs, greatly improved in health and
appearance. He will remain in the city
Charley Saup left Cairo, yesterday
morning, for Cincinnati, in the hope that
change of climate and surroundings will
benefit his health.
A force of carpenters have been i n
gaged, for several days, in the work of add
ing a second story to the Hnrtinan business
house, on the cornor of Sixth and Commer
cial. Mr. Harrell, whose Good-Dye is pub
lished on our editorial page to-day, will
leave .Cairo for Chicago, in about two
weeks. His family may precede him
thither, a few days. '
Mr. James L. Sanders, of Clear Creek,
was in Cairo, yesterday. Mr. S. at one
time filled the office of county commis
sioner, of tliis county, and did so to the en
tire satisfaction of our people.
Capt. Jim Johnson, who can be seen in
more places ut one and the same time, and
visit more places in less time than any
other man living, left Cairo tor Meniphi
yesterday morning, and will return to-day
It is well established, now, that the
crush and wreck of railroad cabooses near
Elkville, Saturday morning, are chargeable
to one of the local employes, who failed to
completely close the switch. The railroad
company was the only serious sufferer by
A jour tinner, terminating' hjs engage
ment with one of our boss tinners, visited
the little frame house on Commercial nvp-
nue and Eleventh, and robbing one of the
tema!e inmates of ten drtllars. and another
of two dollars, immediately took lus de
parture from Cairo.
Mr. Jese Hiukle is a candidate for a
seat in the city council from the Second
ward. Mr. H inkle is or.eot ourstibtantial
and enterprising hu.-inevs men, a man of in
telligence and of r. cognized personal integ
rity, and. if eh-ct.'d. win serve his constitu
ents wisely a, id we!!.
Policeman J..h:i P. Hogm arrested
one A. J. R '-e, yesterday, for fighting.
The case being ' f an agnravnted character
tin-culprit va-fined ten dollars ami costs.
A failure to pay the amount necessitated
Mr. Rose's committal to the calaboose.
S .uire Comings at in judgment on the
The just and impartial execution of
our laws demands the defeat of Squire
Comings. Ciii.-ns who f el u conren) for
tiic good ord"r of the cky, and tlx- proper
punishment ol the violators of . 1 1 r laws,
should go to the polls to-day and vote
against Mr. A. Coinings.
An as-istant health officer for r:trh of
the live wards of the city, were appointed,
yesterday, and the force being now com
plete, with full power to act, we may rea
sonably hope for a vigorous prosecution of
our sanitary work, which will, we were in
formed be commenced this morning.
A (lightened anim.d attached tin
dray, started from Tenth street, yesterday
afternoon, and dashing down Comniercinl
and up Eighth, would have passed, iliav
and nil, through thf show window of
Stuart's dry goo Is house, had it ti' t ben.
for the halt enforced by a neighboring
The election, to-day, promi-is to be a
dull nll'air. It has excited but little discus
sion in any neu ter, ami the contest. Idilier
to narrowed down to the cilbrts of the op
poking can li laics for police magis'.vite,
will be widened, if at all, by a little d:eh
in out or two o the wards for theprb' of u
of n seat in the council.
The police magistrate lobe elected by
Cairo voters to-day, will hold his ollice fa
a period of four years, If the wrong man
be elected, he will prove un "old man of the
Bea" upon the moral shoulders of our city,
who will scarcely be shaken off before the
end of tho tull term for which he is elected.
This fact should not bo forgotten.
Rumor hail it, yesterdny evening, that
Mr. John Van Vaxtcr, a leading colored
man ol the Third ward, had "yielded to
urgent solicitations," etc., and would be in
the field this morning as a candidate for
the otlice of alderman. Van Vaxter is a
quiet man, of very good sense and unob
trusive habits. He is popular among the
Officer Schuckers nnd Chief La Hue
boarded the steamer Genevieve, on the arri
val of that boat at our wharf,
yesterday, and, on the strength
of a telegrim from Sikeston, took two boys
whom he found on hoard, under arrest.
The boys were about 11 or 12 years of age,
and had taken passage nt New Madrid.
The offence with whicllthey stand charged,
was not stated in the telegram.
-Capt. J. F. Miller, or "Green Line Mil
ler," as he is commonly called, left tho city,
yesterday, for Evansville, Indiana, in pur
suit of the fellow w ho, some time ago, felo
niously, wickedly and of an abandoned
heart, stole and carried away Mrs. Miller's
gold watch. Chief of Police La Hue fol
lowed tho scent of the thief for several
weeks and finally obtained knowledge of
his whereabouts. The captain's trip to
Evansville is instigated by the information
imparted to him by La Hue.
In canvassing the fi'n.,a of the several
probable candidates for the ollice of sheriif,
next fall, the present incumbent command
endorsement as one of the best and most
obliging officers that ever served the coun
ty. The disposition to retain him in otlice
is quite general, he having wua the friend
ship of scons of citizens who were not.
twenty months ago. numbered among his
supporters. ' Votors of all complexions ot
politics openly declare themselves for
Hodges against the field.
It is but justice to engineer S. G. Rick
nell to say that he did not refuse to decor
ate the engine, attached to the Grant
special train, lie merely refused L buy
the decorations at his own expei)seallcg
ing that he couldn't aiHufl the expenditure.
He placed in position, however, all the
(lags that were furnished to him. and his
engine left the city in a perfect "cloud of
bunting" and "forest of flag staffs." Mr.
II. is the nephew of Congressman Rickuell.
ol Indiana, and is. we are told, an ingrain
We have in res-rve for the special de-
ectation of our Sunday renders, "A new
song on the cruelty of Memphis courts and
Forcut farm." The song was written by
"A roving plasterer who has traveled far
and near." Sympathetic readers may rea
sonably expect to be affected deeply to
have the deep fountain of feeling stirred to
the bottom. The moral of the poem should
in no wise be weakimel by the considera
tion that the author, while writing, was a
prisoner in our calaboose.
Mention has already been ma le of the
tl.eft of a witch from a stranger who visit
ed Cairo on Friday last, to shake hands
with the "hero of a hundred battles."
Sheehan and Iiogan took the rase in hand,
and s'.icei edei.l yesterday in recovering the
watch. It had been stolen by a negro
"M' hiircp namc'i .lumi.Jones, wm main
?::in quarters somewhere on Fifth s'reet.
Tiie watch i- subject to the control of the
owner, and the culprit to the exactions of
tie- ,;-, in such cases made and provided."
A woman named Fi ve, said to b a sub
ject of i.er majesty, the C'lecu of Great
Rritain and Ireland, was on the rampage.
ycstor.J ly at least so test tied a colored
neighbor who swont out a warrant for her
arrest, before Squire Robinson. It i fur
thT alleged of this irate female that she
gave; hr husband a "belt," in front of
Squire Coming's office that sent htm reeling
across the sidewalk. Our chief purpose in
'eferring to this matter is to interpose an
assertion of our incredulity in llie premises.
Mention of Dr. C. W. Dunning's elec
tion to the presidency of the Reform club,
was ma le the next morning: but for want
of space we omitted our congratulations t
the (lub over its selection of so faithful
and 'nious an olliccr. The Dr. sacrifices
much more than his time in filling the of
fice, and ever watchful us he i s tireless and
enthusiastic in the cause, the club may
well felicitate itself in securing him, is it
has for this, the third tiiiK! we believe, a
its chief olliccr.
The two elephants, (mother and seven
year old baby) tho thirteen camels, old
and young and the pair of sacred cattle
that were placed in the cattle pens of the
Illinois Central, Sunday morning, formed
an attraction during the day nnd evening,
that drew hundred of white and black
boys, girls, women and men from all parts
of the city. Tiie animals belonged to the
menagerie connected wilh Cole's circus,
and were here in transit to points south.
The circus, with ai! its (glories of elephants
and lions, horses nnd npti. canvass and
bunting, will exhibit in ('. iro on the first
day of next month.
Lewis Driles, a colop d com who lives
in the upper part of the (-jty, lning these
unto mov jd by tiie spirit of llie devil, en
tered the house of a colored neighbor, yes
terday morning, and while both heads of
the family were absent, lifted thu three year
old child out of the bud where it wus sleep
ing, and gave it a severe dressing off. This
was a most exasperating outrage, nnd the
punishment inflicted by Squiro Osborn
eleven days in the calaboose was not a
whit too severe. The only justification that
Drill's urged, was the Relief ho entertained
that tho child had killed one of his hogs
an act of which tho youngster was thought
to bo incapable,
The Golcouda papers havo entered
upon n "crushing" warfare. The Demo
crat notifies the sheriff of a willingness to
publish the delinquent tax list at the rates
allowed by law, and to turn over one-half
the gross amount into the bridge fund to
the end that the ilelapidated and tumble
down bridges of the county may lie put in
a passable condition. The Herald, a Re
publican sheet, oilers the same terms, and
to extend them to all tire work and print
ing of every nature that may be withdrawn
from the Democrat. This is anything in
the world but legitimate competition is a
cut throat game, in fact, by which neither
side is likely to profit.
A colored man and his wife, residents
of the Fifth ward, attended church Sunday
afternoon, leaving their baby a child
about three months old asleep in its cra
dle.. Upon their return home, about sun
set. they were considerably horrified by
finding the chihl a corpse, with the pillow
upon which it had been reposing, lying
across its face. It is conjectured that in a
paroxysm of some kind the baby had
worked its head under the pillow and there
smothered to death. The half dozen hor
rible deaths that have lollo.ved as a result
leaving their helpless children locked up
alone, should admonish our colored pa
rents that "there's danger in it."
The lloater over winch Coroner Fitz
gerald held an inquest the other day, was
believed to be the body of one of the col
ored men who were drowned with Marshall
Dyer, at Caseyville, several weeks ago. The
bod was clad in the coarse clothing usu
ally worn by steamboat roustabouts, and
had the appearance of having been in the
water two or three weeks or longer. TI e
conjecture that it was tiie body of one
of the negroes drownel from the wheel
house of the Golden Crow n, a week or t wo
since, is disproved by the fact that the
body w hen first seen, was at a point some dis
tance above where the Go! ien Crown wis
moored. There were three white men and
two nogroe., nrthree negro, s and two white
men, in tne skiif w ith Dyer, and only one
man ot the whole number succeeded in
reaching the shore.
Tic meeting of the (,,', w.ati -r Ar
my," Sunday afternoon, wus one of imusiiai
interest to the iittle ones. Tiie attendance,
dosnite th(( presence of a lot of elephants,
camels and s u re I cattle, in the Illinois
Centra! slock yards (an attraction that drew
great crowds of children i w as very good,
at) 1 the proceedings were varied and enter
taining. An original story b Mr. Laura J.
Rittenhouse, was p-id with m inifes'ly phas
ing effect, by Miss M.eidie Rittenhouse-
the story being admirably adapted to the
comprehension of the htle hear ts, and to
the advancement t the aim - of the Cold
Water Army. Little De:r.de Sullivan also
read in good vein and with distinct enunci
ation an original composition, answering
the question "How liar-room Liquors are
Mad'.1." The littles ddiers expressed th'-in-selvcs
as delighted with thr pastime provid
ed for them. Mr. N. E.isterd ay is pre-Ueiit
of the organization, and mmifest i becom
ing zeal in its successful maintenance.
Tin: IjI'llliin" has heretofore referred
to certain assertions, made by two newspa
pers of S lutheru Illinois, t ) the e;!'-:t that
Judge John II. Mulkey has refused to pay
to them legitimate charg- made ag iias;
him for printing done for him during his
canvass for a place on the .supreme bench.
To tho-;.- who know Judge Mulkey jt j, un
necessary to s ty that there is not one word
of truth in these assertions. If. i.s finan
cially resp msible for all his debs, and is a
nun who never fails to respond to all his
obligations. In all his life, while strug
gling with tho most adverse circumstances,
he has paid every pecuniary obligation to
th" last mill, lie owes nothing for any ser
vices render ! by any person for him 'lur
ing the late judgeship canvass. So ron:.
dent is Tin-; IJillktiv of the truth of tel.,
that it will an 1 her-iliy does agree to pay
double the amount of any claim t.hat may
be decided by Judges Raker and Harker,
to be a just claim against the Judge, cither
in law or morals.
-Voter who woull have the foul
mouthed hogs who at times infest our city,
dealt with as the plainest requirements of
justice demands, cannot and will not vote
for Squire Comings to-day. It cannot be
forgotten that the efforts of our police and
city attorney to" break up a foul gang of
such creatures that infested the lower part
of the city, several mouth ago. were ren
dered abortive by the decisions of Squire
Comings. It was not until one of these
abandoned creatures was tried by a jury be
fore Squire Osborn, that any check was
placed upon their revolting orgies, which,
as is known, were of daily and nightly oc
currence. The conviction of this one aban
doned woman, and her subsequent impris
onment, served to tcrrity her associates in
t-r-i ui , and many of them left Cairo for
Evansville, P.idueah and other points, and
some of them remain nway to this day,
Let Squire Coming's ofllciul conduct iu this
behalf bo remembered. It was not in ac
cordance with the requirements of good or
der and good morals; but was iu contempt
We feel constrained f) say a few words
here, iu behalf of Tiik Bulletin. Ry the
exercise of great industry and tho most
rigid economy, Mr. Euruett, the publisher,
has been enabled, during a most trying in
terval with tho newspapefs of the country,
to keep The Rcllktin up to its old stand
ard of excellence many partial friends in
sisting, indeed, that he succeeded in mate
rially elevating that standard. Let that
fact be as it may, we feel abundantly as
sured that thu business men of Cairo have
been delinquent iu the bestowal of adver
tising patrouago upon Tiik Rullktin, as
well as upon its cotemporaries. Although
everywhere recognized as liberal, enterpris
ing merchants and tradesmen, the show
they make in the advertising columns of
their local papers, is small to the very verge
of niggardliness. May we not hope, now
that we are on the eve of a new budncss
season, with every prospect of increased ac-'
tivity, that our business men, liberal and
open-handed in every other particular, will
cease to be close-fisted and parsimonious
in this. From this time forth Mr. Ernest
Thielecke will be installed as city editor
a position for which his industry as a
snapper-tip of local intelligence, an I his
readiness us a wiiter, fully qualify him.
The work he has already performe I iu
that capacity, proved most acceptable t
Tiik Rii.lktin readers. and designates him
as the licst man for the position, oMainable,
and as the equal of any city editor who
ever did service on a Cairo paper. We
heartily commend him to the confidence of
our friends, and Ri i.lktin patrons, and
shall rest under the conviction that the
great want of the people of Cairo a first
class, carefully and industriously conduct
rd local paper, will be well suppiid in Tiik
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER.
lilSlfol' SLVMOt llV .MIMsl NATIONS TIIKItK
UN SIMIAV LAST.
The services at the Church of the Re
deemer, on Sunday last, were unusually in
teresting and enjoyable, being the occasion
of a visitation from the Rishop of this Dio
cese. (Springfield i the Rt. Rev. George F.
Seymour. I). D., L. L. D., who ut the morn-
ie.g service confirmed a class of tw enty, b j'li
adults and young people. The services com
meticed with morning prayer at fj :;) o'clock,
after w hich the Bishop made a genia! and
stirring address to the children of the t;n
day school. At 10::.!0 o'clock the services
were continued with the Litany, after which
the class for confirmation was presented by
the rector, the Rev. D. A. Donnar. who
has labored faithfully in its due and
thorough preparation tor this solemn occa
sion. Tiie rite of confirmation was never
more toiichingly or impressively rendered,
and was witnessed by a large and appreci
ative congrcgi'tion. The Bishop' re
mark to the class were full .f 1',-th.-rly
feeling and affectionate coun
sel, and with his fine sermon, cmrect,
logical and forcible in its piesentation of
human needs ind divine fulfillment, won
him enthusiastic praise from his heaters,
the sermon in the evening was equally
good, and the excellent music rendered ly
lie: choir ail led greatly to the enjoyment of
the services. Among thoe con
tinued were several prominent citizens,
both ladies and gentlenieiif, and a number
of young .people fr uit thu choir. Ret tor
liotinar is doing good work in his p arish,
especially among the young people who
are too often 'neglected, and has proved
himself a faithful, earnest and devoted
pastor. The only thing to mar the pleasure
ot' the day was the non-arrival of the beau
tiful rlow.rs ordered from Evansville for the
d;coiatioi) of the choice! and altar, which
were detained by un accident to llie Idle
wild on which they were shipped. Bishop
Seymour officiated in Mound City last
evening, and will hold confirmation at Villa
The diocese of Spnngiieid, although
the youngest diocese iu the country, bids
fair to become, in time, one of the strongest
and most vigorous, as it rejoices in a bi-h-op.
learned nnd eloquent, full of fervor and
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