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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FIUDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1380.
ALL A I) V Kirn 8 E M E N T8 In thin rolnmn. of
fV v lln earh or lens vil! bo itill lnliutl for'AI
jenu ou lU'eruou; timei. hi ccmh; i weoK, iw;
month, t.ao; a month without change, Jl.00 per
Bomb. Each additional Hue, prorata. Mtimtloui
PIANO FOR SALE.
A (even octave, row wood eae pluno, four round
corner ud carved leu, In kooiI condition, for nee
tattreat har-iitn. Apply at the residence of M.
HOUSE FOK SALE.
A one itory, H roomed cottaire, roof nearly new,
tlinbert ill Mound. Can bu removed with little
pfnw. Reaou rorellln-ant the lot for other
piirponei. Apply at No, Tenth, near Wainlnc
ton. FOK KENT.
Kurnlihed room with hoard for Rontloman and
Wife or two ladle. Kmiulreat tbit oltlce,
PROFESSION AL CARDH--TTIYSICIANS.
II. MAREAN, M. D
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 140 Ot, amorc.ial avenue, Residence corner
Fourteenth tit. and WaHhington aveuue, Cairo.
gR. E. V. WIIITLOCK,
Ornc No. W, Commercial Avenue, bctwoon
Eighth and Ninth Street-
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFlCE-ElRhth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE : With the Widows' and Oorpnans' Mil
nil Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar . Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
YOCUM & BROIERI(JK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAlIUO. - - ILLS.
J!KE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W.p. HALLIDAY, President.
U. L. UALLIDAY, Vice-Prcsidem..
THUS. W. UALLIDAY, Cashier.
. RTAATA TATIK, W. I. HALLItlV,
HINltr L. HAI.U1MV, K. II. CCNNINIIIIAM,
. D. WILLIAMSON, HTKI'IIKN lllitll,
H. H. CANMKK.
Exchange, Coin ami United States Bunds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
DopnMtirecetvod and a general hankitii! husoied
ALL . SORTS, SIZES AXD STYLES',
Mauulacturer of and Dealer InAlso
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
UPAl.L KINDS OP JOB W0KK BdNg To OltOFKwSl
NO. 7, EIGHTH STREET.
CAIRO, : : lLUNOl
WOOD AND COAL.
(i AV; WHEELER.
1) 'u'.ur ii.ull kl il l., of
Cord Wood. Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
.Tenth Street, Between Wellington and
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Krneist II. Thielecke, City Kditor.
Siiinai. Orrira. I
Caibo. in.. April a irtso, (
Time. Bar, Ther. Uura. Vtud. Vl Weather.
B a m 8I.95 "III liJ E 4 Clear
7 " shrift till !W K 1 Clear
10 " if.t.W 71 M K 7 Clear
2 p. m.,!M.SS HI Mi N 14 Clear
Maximum Temperature. ?i s Minimum Tem
perature, 609; Kttiurall U IK) Iiielm.
River 31 feet 10 iuche. ltttoi iucheo.
W. n. RAT,
Sera't Sl.nal Cori. U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticoi In thi column, five cents per line, each
Jacob Kline desires the public to know
that he has perfected his machinery for the
manufacture of stone in blocks, and is now"
ready to receive orders for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stone, building comers, window
sills, caps, etc. Orders will receive prompt
attention, and be filled without delay.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
tho following machinery, all in first-class
order: One boiler neatly 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
6a ws ond 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.iiiouiited
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 inch
line shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factor,
The "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and sec
it, at Davidson's.
Mr. Chas. Shoenmeyer, proprietor of the
Germania house, situated at the junction
ot Poplar and Tenth streets and Wash
intgon avenue, is prepared to
accommodate a few more day
boarders at reasonable rates. The
table is first class, containing always the
best the season alTurds, and the general ac
commodations afforded are not surpassed
by any private board iug house in tin city.
Foil Sale For cash, n new two-hundred
dollar Mendelssohn pinto, for $123,
and the freight from factory. Apply at
ICE! ICE! PURE LAKE ICE!
F. M. Ward will enter the field agait.
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 OTII EUS 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 Lightfoot & Slielton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms on applica
tion. Call at Mrs. Stites', Seventh street.
Cairo, 111., April 21st, lO.
To the c'llzens of Cairo:
At E. C. Ford's Bracket Store, Eigbth
and Washington avenue, some line portaits
will be on exhibition for a few days. This
is the work of the Celebrated Auburn Copy
ing company, represented in this city by
Lightfoot & Sheltoti, general agents; E. C.
Ford, special agent. Call at once and see
for yourselves that this work is unequalcd
The undersigned will, on and after
May 1st, be prepared to turnish our citi
zens a iirst rate quantity of ice cream,
equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced artist and cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ieo house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nished at $1.2" per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards. Roiikht Hkwktt,
ILLINOIS CF.NTRAI. 1! UI.IIOAO COMPANY. ,
Cairo, Ii.r.s., April 17 lssi). i
Until further notice, rates of freight over
the "Cairo Short Line," from St. Louis to
Cairo will be twenty cents per hundred
pounds, and from East St. Louis to Cairo
sixteen cents per hundred pounds on ull
classes, except grain and grain products,
which will be fifteen and onedialf cent
per hundred from St. Louis, and eleven
and one-half cents per hundred from East
St. Louis to Cairo; and hay, bagging and
tics, 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 Ht. Louis to Cairo, Rates
from Cairo to St. Lot is and East St.
Lot is, same as nbove. J.vs. Johnson,
H. C. Dii Pen, General Southern Ag't.
Agent I. C. It. U. Co.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Notice in these columns, tea cents per line,
Mr. R. II. Cunningham and wifo took
a trip to Deech Ridge yesterday.
Al. Allen, one of Cairo's typos, left
tho city yesterday bound for the land of
Mr. J. C. Ziiumcr is absent from the
city. He left for Cincinnati yesterday
Ed. Luster got drunk and disorderly.
He was pulled, brought before Squire Rob
inson and fined one dollar and costs.
The council will meet to-night to can
vass the vote of the lato election and not
on next Tuesday as we yesterday stated.
Dan Rice was initiated in Aurora
Lodge No. C the other day at Morgan City.
He is now an Aurorau lion in the army of
Mr. Nick Cornelius, who is foreman of
Mr. Chas. Galigher's mill, yesterday eveu
mg had the first finger ot his left hand
mashed while at work about the machinery.
Yesterday was an unusually dull day
for local news. In fact so outrageously
dull was it, that wo are this morning com
pelled to present our readers with a few
items not ot a strictly local interest.
Mr. S. Rosenwater, with his wife and
children, left yesterday afternoon for a pro
longed stay in Europe. They will visit all
the principal cities there in search of re
creation aud health, and will remain away
about six mouths.
During several days past the gas com
pany has had men employed in digging
deep trenches along Washington avenue
between Eighteenth and Twentieth streets
for the purpose of laying uew gas pipes
The job was completed yesterday.
In accordance with the resolution of
Alderman Ilowley, ndopted by the council
at the last meeting, the numerous holes in
Fourteenth street, which have long been an
eye-sore to all teamsters, were yesterday be
ing tilled under the supervision of Street
The Mendelsshon Quartette company,
which, for several weeks has been holding
forth in the Couiique hall, yesterday left
the city for St. Louis by the steamer Cham
pion. The company is composed of seven
members among them Lew Catlett and
In accordance with a resolution intro
duced in the city council some time ago by
Alderman Pettit Commercial avenue, be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-eighth streets,
has been filled up. The street is pretty
much in use, and stood sorely in need of
the repairs which have been well done.
-The auction sale at the residence of
Mr. M. 15. llarrell yesterday was quite
largely attended, many people availing
themselves of the opportunity offered to ob
tain household furniture at ' reasonable
prices. The refreshing and musical voice
of Sol Silver was among 4ho attractions at
Additional reports from Marshlield,
Mo., the town destroyed by the cyclone of
Sunday, place the killed at seventy-one and
the seriously injured at about tho same fig
ure. The survivors arc entirely destitute,
but charitable people in neighboring cities
are doing everything in their power to alle
viate the suffering.
Mr. Wm. Morrison, of whom we spoke
in yesterday's issue as having been deli
rious, while still in his insane state, at
tempted t' commit suicide about twelve
o'clock night before last, by jumping fill
the ferry boat Three States. Officer John
Hogan, Jr.. happened to bu on hand and
prevented the catastrophe.
We have been requested to "show up,"
in a manner which will "strike home" to
our aldermen, the propriety of making our
park a "thing of beauty and ot joy for
ever" in order that our citizens with their
families might fiud in it a pleasant place for
enjoyment and recreation. Our aldermen,
will of course take the hint and act accord
ingly. A new cause has been assigned for the
negro exodus. It is said by Dr. String
field, ef Topeka, Kansas, that Gov. St.
John, of that state, inaugurated it for the
purpose of introducing enough new rotors
in the state, unacquainted with him, to
bring about bis re-election to the Mike of
governor. Either Stringlleld is a great
mangier of the truth, or Gov. St. John in a
It has been suggested more than once
of late, that we should have an inspector of
meats during the summer mouths, This
office, unless we are greatly in error, is tilled
by our health officer, and since Mr. Orris a
thoroughly wide-awake man, ami our butch
ers have no disposition to sell unhealthy
meats and thereby loose customers and in
jure their business, we believe our citizens
may rest easy on the unhealthy meat ques
tion. Mr. Louis Herbert has lately purchas
ed the handsome Lrick building situated on
the corner of Poplar and Twelfth streets,
formerly owned by Mr. Ed. Shatuicsy, and
now has a force of carpenters, paper hangers,
'.etc., at work on it who are giving the In
Vdo a new and hamUonio appearance. His
family, wo believe, contemplate takl
posses-unit of the building us soon as It
passes out of the hands of the workmen.
A portion of "Cole's great show," con
sisting of several animals aud wagons, was
left bvhind last Sunday and Is In tho cus
tody of Mr. Lee Boicourt until the return of
the greater part of it, which was trans
ferred at this point and shipped to Jackson,
Tennessee. After performing there and nt
several points south, Mr. Colo will cast
his tents hero and give our people an op
portunity to see, what seemed last Sun
day to bo one of tho greatest shows in the
Buffalo Courier: Does not his speech at
Cairo compel Gen. Grant's friends to lay
aside all pretense of nominating him at
Chicago, because we need a champion
against the south? If his words are good
for anything, no such championship is nec
essary, and the hostility which it implies is
a thing to be put aside, if we would advance
the true glory of the nation. Furthermore,
if Gen. Grant be nominated at Chicago, will
not this speech at Cairo stand out as a pro
test against the policy ofcarrrying on a can
vass on sectional issues?
That it is possible to have a good, effec
tive, and, at the same time, a municipal
government is proven by tho present finan
cial condition of the taxing district of
Memphis. Tho present government ot
Memphis, of which Dr. Porter Is the head,
keeps the streets cleaner, preserves better
order, and is in every respect more effective
than the old municipal government. It
has nearly completed the Waring system
of Bewerage, has paved Madison street and
a large portion of the levee, and has a fund
on hand amounting to nearly $200,000.
The showing is a very creditable one.
A petition for a rehearing of the Line-gar-Rittenhouso
case has been prepared and
will shortly bo presented to the supreme
court of tho state. It will be remembered
that but a few weeks ago we published the
decision of the court in this matter which
set forth that the circuit court had no juris
diction in cases of contested elections, and
that hence the decision of our circuit court
was void. It stated further, if we remem
ber correctly, that tho city council was the
sole judge as to who was or was not elected.
The next session of the supreme court will
take place on the first Tuesday in May.
Mr. W.B. Pettis wasyesterdaycirculat
ing a subscription paper among the resi
dents on each side of Washington avenue,
between Fifth and Tenth streets, for the
purpose of having enough subscribed to pay
for sprinkling that portion of the avenue
during the summer months. Eighth street,
Commercial avenue and Ohio levee, we be
lieve, are the only streets which now re
ceive daily ''baptisms," and since Wash
ington avenue is as much travelled as either
of these wo must say that we favor the
sprinkling of this popular thoroughfare
provided somebody else pays for it.
Mr. J. M. DauiMi a young lawyer
who but recently located hero from Vienna,
and who has made for himself many
friends among our people during his short
resilience, being a man of good sense and
some ability in his profession, will
make the raco for the state's attorney
ship ami friends of his from Johnson county,
who know him thoroughly, are already
busily engaged in talking up his merits in
Alexander county. Mr. Angus Leek, a
very popular ami able young lawyer of
some years resilience in this city, will prob
ably be Lis opponent for the office.
The work of president making is be
coming more lively every day at Washing
ton. New candidates are being brought to
the front as fast as they can be discovered.
Tho New York Tribune's Washington cor
respondent says that the leaders of the third
term movement have almost concluded that
it is impossible to secure the nomination of
Grant, and that they are, therefore, looking
around for an available candidate upon
whom to centre their strength. Curiously
enough, it is said tint Mr. Justice Miller, of
the supremo court, is thought to be a man
who would give satisfaction, not only to
those who are now engaged in boosting the
Grant boom, but als;) to other factions of
the party. If Mr. Justieo Miller should
happen to be tho Republican candidate and
Mr. Justice Field the Democratic candi
date, what a stirring up the musty records
of tho supremo ourt would be given in
search of campaign material.
The following from the Argus of last
night is ii correct account of the wrecking
of Mrs. W. P. Holiday's carriage: "This
morning Mrs. W. P. Ilallidav was driving
down Commercial uvenue in her standing
top carriage, which contained beside- her
self, her mother, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Henry
Halliday and two children. The home was
the same she always drive and one of the
most quiet and reliable in the city. At the
foot of Seventh street a man riding u mule
met them. The mule was proceedii.g
quietly enough and there was nothing in
his conduct to cause them to notice him.
When he had arrived opposite the head of
the horse Mrs. Halliday was driving, how
ever, he suddenly stopped, wheeled half
around and kicked the horse with both
hind feet in the neck. The hone had a
blind bridle on and could not see the
cause of such an unusual proceeding, and
as a comieqiieiieo was terribly frightened.
At the tirst leap he threw Mrs. Halliday
half out, ho that she had no power to guide
him, and : started fi run oil', but at a very
slow pace. He had gone scarcely one hun
dred yards when one set of wheels went
Into a deep washout at thu hide tit thu ave
nue, turning tho buggy completely over,
breaking thu slwfts and buggy top to
splinters, Ono edge ol the buggy rested
on the sidewalk ami the other
In the roadway leaving a large
space beneath, in which the occupants were
protected from serious harm. Mrs. Wright
sustained some cuts on her forehead and
the others were slightly bruised. The horse
got free from the buggy just as it tipped
over and was caught before going half a
square. The buggy is a perfect wreck.
Tho escape- of of the entire party from
fatal injuries is simply wondetful."
Cairo is blessed in more senses than
one(, but particularly is she Cairo is eif tho
female, persuasion, hence wo say "she"
but, particularly is ''she" blessed, both in
point of numbers and intelligence, with
youthful aspirauU for starvation and dis
tinction by peddling out law. She has,
we doubt not, produced many bright
luminaries in tho profession (what would
bo more natural !j and wo are persuaded
that wo have young men in our midst (we
say it without a thought of ourself)
whose future political career and statesman
ship will reflect credit upon themselves,
their city and their prospective progeny.
Few people appreciate the difficult
positions our young professionals
occupy. The constant endeavor to
appear old, become luldheudcd,
look wise as an owl, conceal their ignorance,
and the great amount of time they are com
pelled to spend sitting around stores nnd
saloons, telling stories and chewing tobacco,
is a strain em both the mental and physical
system that none but the strongest, noblest
and truest men coijld boar for many days.
Ami when we take into consideration that
it is necessary for them to do this for years,
especially cemcoal their ignorance, it seems
to us truly miraculous that any have the
heart to continue the contest with their land
lords, washerwomen an I the older pr fcs
sionals. They iiui.-t smother all childish
propensities and assume that cilm, dignifi
ed exterior and vacant yaze sug
gestive of gig nine evolutions of
their Inner consciousness and their
meditation over the musty and ancient
volumes of lore, as though the fact that
this world, with all its pageantry, pomp
und power crumbling into dust, was con
stantly in their thoughts. In making these
tew remarks we are not influenced by any
desire to disparage G -org1 Hendricks, An
gus Leek, Harmon Black, our worthy
city attorney, Will H-ndricks, or others,
nor docs a shortness uf local items cause
them; but the simple fact that we feel in
our heart of hearts that newspapers have
unintentionally overlooked young provi
sionals especially lawyers an 1 we feel it
part of our mission upon earth to comfort
and encourage all who are disconsolate and
discourage ), to draw the attention ot a
sympathetic and generoii- public to them,
Imping thus to bring light where there is
darkness, joy where there is sorrow, clients
where there are no clients and fees where
the"; are no fees. In this
glorious undertaking, we ask tho hearty
co-operation of our readers. Help them
along by giving them cavs. If you
haven't got one go and knock your neigh
bor down provided we "are not your
neighbor or slander his wife, or steal his
dog and we will guarantee that you will
get one. Follow our prescription in an
energetic manner and before George Olm
stead takes bis seat as police magistrate,
we will be able to chronicle ho.v skill
fully Mr. Blank defended you before Rob
inson, Comings or Osborn, while the admir
ing crowd "still gazed and still the won ier
grew, that one small head could carry ali
A LETTER FROM COMMISSIONER
Ei.co. III., April 21st., I -SO.
Mil. Editor: Permit me a small space
in your columns in the way of self-defense
for myself. The correspondent of the Argus
Journal of April 11, over the name of
oats too, in referring to your corres
pondent from this place, Truro, and an
other jaw-breaking name, Maruatroat, lie im
plicates mo in a personal way and in a
way also, I think that no gentleman would
use another one's name, unless he intends
it for an insult. As I am the ex-post-master
at this place, I know
who it is intended for. I will just
say that the petition that ho speaks of wis
never handed to the postmaster, purporting
tocontain tho signers' names to a petition
to discontinue the postoffieo at Elco, and I
never wrote such a thing to Tun Bci.i.f.
tix. But the correspondent of the Argus
Journal, I have learned from reliable
sources, diil say that there ought to lie
such petition (to discontinue the office at
this place) and if ho denies it, I
think it can he proven. Now as
to my resignation, it was simply becaus;;
I was so situated that I could
not attend to it, and as the
complaints came so thick and fast against
my deputy. The loudest complainant was
thi! correspondent of tho Argus-Journal
and his drug clerk, and as I was the re
sponsible party I discharged my deputy
and resigned tho olHco. As I know said
correspondent was sneaking and mean
enough to report it there were any grounds,
as ho did in tho case of my predecessor.
Now, in regird to tho new road, I have
nothing to say, but leave that with the peo
ple, mid will, as one of the county board,
be governed by their wishes and the re
port of the viewers, lie would make peo
ple believe that ho was getting a town lot
to perform a certain part. That is false. I
proposed first to Mr. Cliumhly to sell him
n lot if he would improve it, but ho did
not want to remain hero. I then did make
the same proposition to this same corres
pondent, but he said lie was not able to
build. My object, was to make a small
sacrifice to get improvement started
gentleman would do well to toll the t
and not use any man's name or t
falsely, or on suspicion. Yours truly,
Tiil'rsday, April 22nd, 188'1
The month of April, usually so full
warm showers, has so far developed aln
nothing but cold winds, but the li
fleecy clouds which yesterday covered t
sky indicated an approaching rain, whi
will doubtless bo followed by a season
The market is depressed. Business ge
erally is very quiet and dull with a prJ
pect of remaining so for several weeks t
FLOUR The market is drooping, an
prices reign about as last reported.
HAY Quiet. Receipts are small am
the demand very light.
CORN Receipts light aud demir.
OATS Light stock and light demand
MEAL Demand is very light and price
rule as last reported.
BUTTER There is some inquiry f' r
strictly choice and but little offering. Coin
mon is plenty and dull.
EGGS -The demand for eggs is good p.
and prices aie firm.
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imv io....' i uuury ui ill! KlUUS nro
somewhat scarcer than at our last rep'-rt,
but prices rule about the same, beiug
quoted from $2.2 to $:).0. ,
ONIONS Demand moderate and i
ply plenty. j
MEAL Continues very dull, and pri
are a shade lower than lust reported. j
POTATOES New potatoes are dull
Sales ami Quotations.
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