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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1380.
ALL AOVKKTISKMHNr 1n this column, of
6vf !.nc piwU or leu will nn pnhltshcd (or
u ntc lnirilou:3 time. K ceutu; 1 week. 1";
woDtk, W, 3 mouths without chanire, f I.tfl per
fcanU. Each additional line, prorata, siitiailuna
PIANO FOK SALE.
A seven octave, rose wood case piano, four round
torueri and carved lefts, lu KOod condition, for sale
itta trreat bargain. Apply at tbe residence or x,
Stons and dwelling bouse formerly occupied y
Phil. 8. Hisey, at Greenfield's Landing, -Mo. Ap
ply to Mr, lirecutleld.
Wanted to sell the good will. Mock and fixture
of tecond hand store on Commercial avenue, near
Situation an laborer in warehouse or clsewhro .
Wone anxious to work. Apply M Dcltah.iteleor
6,tt John . Hose,
Office rooms l over Tabcr's jewelry store. For
,m,, etc.. apply .. .be Mure.
H. MAREAN, SI. D.,
Homeopathic riiysieian and Surgeon.
Cftc 140 IA. aracrc.lul avsnnc. Residence corner
PonrUeuth St. and Wauhiucton avenue, Cairo.
jyn. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornci No. IV. Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Nlulli Street
W. C. JOCELYN,
OKflCE-Elfihth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyaneor.
OFFK'E: With the Widows' and Oorpnaus' Mil
nil Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPEOATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o F f i c K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
yOCUM fc BRODERICK,
STAPLE axd FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO. - - ILLS.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
H. L. UALLIDAY. Vice-President.
THUS. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier.
I. rTAATS TAVMIR. W. P. HALLWAY,
MRNI1T L. UALL11HV, It. II. CCNNINIIIIAM,
. D. W1I.L1AXP0K, STEl'lltN llllll).
H. II. CANIlEK.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
liOVOIIT AND SOLI).
Dnpnsifsri-cHveo. and a tiencrni liaiikii.L' business
ALL SORTS. SIZES AND STYLES.
Mauulactuier of and Denier in Also
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
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NO. 27, EHiliTH SI f! KIT.
W iU.ni AMI COAL.
(J W. WIIEKLKR,
Dealer iii all klndr- of
Cold Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
V WOOD AND COAL YAW):
vTenth Street, Between Washington and
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morning Daily in Southern UlinoU.
ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
KrriPst II. Thieleoko, City F.tlitor,
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River 30 feet 5 Inches. Fall I Inch.
W . n. RAY,
Scrit't Slimal Corns, U. S- A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticcg lu this column, live cents per Hue, each
Foil Sale For cash, a new two-hundred
dollar Mendelssohn piano, for f 123,
and the freight from factory. Apply at
Just received at The Bulletin oflicc a
stock of paper especially for "Hectograph"
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
The undersigned will, on and after
May 1st, be prepared to turmsh our citi
zens a first rate quality of ice cream,
equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresli 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 ami cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nished at $1.2") per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards. RohertIIewett,
To my old customers and as many new
ones who read this, greeting: I am pre
pared to deliver in any part of the city ice
of best quality and nt the lowest possible
price. I respectfully solicit your patron
age and guarantee satisfaction. Ice box on
Eighth sheet, next to Bristol's, open at all
hours, day or night. Orders filled either
from wagon or at the ice box.
GRAND DRAMATIC ENTERTAIN
MENT. "SO.NHS OF SEVEN"
For the benefit of the Public Library,
Thursday, April 21', at the Atheneum.
Tickets 2-j cents. Reserved scats DO cents.
Tickets to be procured at Hartmau's and at
SALT'S ICE CREAM PARLORS.
The warm weather is here and Phil. II.
Saup has prepared for it. lie has estab
lished himsclt in his new quartcis next to
the corner of Eighth street and Washing
ton avenue, and is prepared to furnish the
best of ice cream and anything in the con
fectionery line, in any quantity. on short
notice. His rooms tor the accommodation
of parties wishing to refresh themselves
with a plate of his delicious cream, are ele
gant and complete in all their appoint
ments. He deserves, and no doubt will re
ceive the liberal patronage of our citizens
for the pains he has lukeu in furnishing
them with such an excellent establishment.
Give him a call.
THE TIME AND PLACE.
The time is now, and the place is (.'. W.
Henderson's, corner Twelfth and Commer
cial, to buy Simmon's patent refrigerators.
A large stock, all .sizes and prices, just re
ceived: also u lull assortment of water
coolers, fishing tackle, wire cloth for window
screens and a full stock of the celebrated
"White Mountain" ice-crei.iu freezers.
Prices, "rock bottom."
A No. f'-iircsstnaker, one that can cut and
fit, to goto work immediately, to whom
steady employment will be given. Wi.l
pay as much ot more than an,- one, Apply
to Mrs. Driscoll, Commercial avenue, near
Counter, shelving and show ca-es. New.
Inquire nt P. II. St in n.
Given cp hy hoctouk. "Is it possible
that Mr. Godfrey is up and at work, and
cured by so bimplc a remedy i"
"I assure you it is true that that he is
entirely cured, und with nothing but Hop
Ritters; ami only ten days ago his doctors
gave him up und paid he must die!"
"Well-a-day! That is remarkable! I
will go thia day and get some for my poor
George I know hong nrc cood." Salem
The Voi.taV' Uki.t Co., Makhiiall,
Mich. Will send their celebrated Khctro
Voltaic lielts to the alllicled upon ill) days
trial. Speedy cures uuaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Notice In these columns, tou cents per lino,
Liuwood's poetry will appear in to-"
For rent office-rooms over Taber Bro.'s
jewelry store. Apply on the premises.
See notices of shelving, etc., for sale
aud seamstress wanted in special local co
lumn. -C. II. Newkirk, agent for W. W. Colo's
circus, is in the city and called on The
Mrs. PaulO. Schuh left for Chicago
yesterday, whew she will remain several
weeks visiting friends.
The family of Mr. N. Rice, we are
pleased to be able to state, is now in a fair
way ot recovery after a protracted illness.
The best seats are already taken for
the minstrels to-morrow night. Ten end
men would fill any house. Go early to-day
andsecure good places.
The tobacco sales take place at the
Planters' tobacco warehouse to-day, and
will doubtless be well attended. A consi
derable amount of tobacco is to be disposed
The city cart will only run three or
four days more, it therefore stands property
owners in hand to clean up and get the ac
cumulated trash, etc., out on the streets and
have it carted away.
Mike Powers honored Squire Coming's
court with his presence yesterday. He had
been escorted there ly an ollicer of the law
for assaulting a fellow man. The tine im
posed was five dollars and costs.
Cole's circus which exhibits here on
the 1st proximo will show two sea ele
phants the only two on exhibition. They
are four months old, the agent informs us,
and weigh three hundred pounds each.
The custom house flag pole the ty
ranny pole, as Dr. Clark calls it will be
raised by Monday next. Its height will be
one hundred aud twenty-two feet the two
feet being thrown in by Jim Summerwell
for good measure.
Mr. Michael Cambrick yesterday took
possession of the Everett House, situated
on the corner of Fourth and Commercial
and formerly conducted by Mr. Win, O'Cal
lahan. Mr. Bambrick will open a board
ing house aud saloon iu the building.
Mr. Walter Warder, an attorney of
Marion, has anivedin this city, aud, we
are told, will make Cairo his future home.
He is a brother-in-law to Hon. S. G. Park,
of Du Quoin, who was a prominent candi
date fur congress before the last Republi
Harry Walker say? that he will not
penult the hut summer months to interfere
with the running of the Theatre Coniiqiie,
and proposes to guard against the
heat by the erection iu the Comique hall
of a patent fan which will be kept in mo
tion by a small steam engine.
"They say the horse will lay over any
other animal in the city iu point ot speed
ami beauty" said a gentleman to us yester
day while we were discussing with him the
merits of Lippett and OTIara's hoise. It
being now the general impression that the
animal is remarkable tor speed, our advice
to the boys is, "spare not the rod or you
will spoil his reputation."
Mary Henderson, a dusky dame, was
arrested yesterday by Other Dunkcr for
using olll'tisivc language, and fined live
dollars and touts. This amount not being
forthcoming, she wa permitted to board it
out in the cfly jail. Her husband, Bob,
was up on the charge of offensive conduct
and was permitted to share the fate of his
Considerable complaint is just now be
i;nr indulge:! in by the tobacco raising
fanners of Kentucky concerning a species
of flit s which attack the plants as soon as
they make their appearance and which
either cripple or kill them in a very short
pvriod of time. Of course, they effect i'(By
the tobacco which was planted late in the
season and which is young and tender.
We were told yesterday by a gentle
man who notices such thin-j that the com
ing summer hat for women is to be of
straw, ami that it will be knocked in at the
front, jammed in at the back, and shoved in
on top. Then the rim will be jammed up nil
around to make the whole effect harmon
ious. The desired condition call be obtain
ed by taking one of last vear'- hats and let
ting n freight train run over it.
--Miss Amelia Rogervwln for six years
w a engaged in the public schools of this
city aud during that time endeared herself
fo the hearts of hundreds of Utile ones
whose live- were made brhihlcr by her lov
big care, U to b married to-day tt Mr.
Stibbhis, of Rochester, Minn. Miss ".'logers'
1'iic'iiU, and they embrace our eiiti're com
munity, congratulate Mr. Stibbins mid ex
tend to both heart-felt wi-hes for future
Now that tin; warm weather lias set In
the walk around the custom house should
receive the attention of tho-e who.s. busi
ness it is to be-tow it, It is n worn mt af
fair, high at the side and low in the mid
dle, which ref.iin all the water the heavens
chooe to pour down, Iu hoping that the
walk will soon be repaired we express the
wish of quite all who have occasion to visit
Mr. Jno. Hagey will on next Satur
day, be prepared to furnUli t!io public
.with all varieties of saus ig.s, ma,e In the
most approved stylo and of the beit mate
rials. He will be found in Mr, Frank
Kline's butcher shop, near the corner of
Seventh street on Washington avenue,
whero he will place on sale his celebrated
"Buck sausage," together with all other
sausages which ho will manufacture.
About six months ago Officer Schuck
cr9 arrested a notoriously dangerous negro
woman named Mollio Bailey for a violation
of one of our ordinances. Sho was given a
stay of execution by the court,' and was or
dered to forever afterwards make herself
scarce in "these diggin's." But yesterday
she was again among us, and was about to
engage in her usual hilarities when Qflieer
Sehuckers came upon her and politely es
corted her to the city jail.
Wo yesterday asserted it upon the au
thority of Claude Winter that the K. M. K.
C. would "positively and unmistakably"
indulge in a dance in their hall to-night,
and would at the proper time in the eveu
iug, help themselves to an elegant repast.
Of course, Claude being one of the moguls,
it was to be expected that he knew what
would occur at the hall, but it seems that
he didn't, and we assert it now upon ocn
ow authority- which is always good
that no supper will be spread aud that danc
ing will coinniei.ee nt 8 o'clock, p. m., and
cease at 1 o'clock a. in.
It would be interesting to know
whether Blaine got away with Carpenter or
whether Carpenter got aw ay with Blaine iu
tfieir recent tilt in the senate, over the
Geneva award bill. The Blaine papers as
sert that Carpenter wasn't left a leg tu
stand on, while the anti-Blaine papers are
unanimous in the opinion that the Maine
senator was hit so hard tjiat he won't re
cover by the time the Chicago convention
assembles. The verdict of the Democratic
journals is that they both made fools of
themselves. In these conflicting opinions
it is hard to find the truth.
The State Journal has the following to
say concerning Mr. DarreH's resignation
from the editorial control of The Bulletin :
"The Cairo Bulletin of the 20th, con
tains the "valedictory" of Mr. Moses B.
llarrell, who has had editorial charge of
that paper since the retirement, a few years
ago, of Mr. Oberly. Mr. llarrell is one of
the "old-timers" of Southern Illinois, hav
ing been a resident of Cairo for over thirty
years most of that time being spent m
connection with the various newspaper ven
tures iu that city ami vicinity. Our earli
est knowledge of Cairo journalism is c on
nected with Mr. llarrell in fact, his his
tory is the history of the Cairo press through
out. The East St. Louis Gazette says that
there is a prospect of the widening of the
Cairo ami St. Louis railroad company's
narrow-gauge railroad to the standard
gauge. The present management of the
road under the receiver appointed by the
United States supreme court is of the opin
ion that such a step would prove of im
mense advantage. A proposition lias been
submitted to the bondholders, at whose suit
the road is now in the hands of a receiver,
to induce them to consent und to furnish
the means necessary for thepurpiiL1. Wo
have no doubt such hii undertaking will be
the quickest and surest way to place the
operations of the mad upon a permanently
paying basis, alike to its bondlmlders and
About two years ago the minstrel com
bination of Barlow, Wilson. Primrose &
West was advertised for this cilv, and in o
few days afterwaid one bundled ami sev
enty seats were sold by Mr. ll.irtman. The
combination missing connection, however,
did not arrive upon thoday advertised, and,
iu order to fill the engagements ahead, did
not show here and ordered the return of the
money which had been received for seats.
This time, however, our people will not lie
disappointed since they will without fail
arrive here at the expected time and show
at the Atheneum to-morrow night. A large
number of seats have u I ready been sold,
and by to-morrow night it will probably
be impossible to obtain a good sent for love
oi money. Therefore those who are yet
without seats should concern themselves
for them to-day. An exchange says of them :
"Notwithstanding the very bad weather,
over olio thousand persons intended the
performance oi Barlow, Wilson, Primrose
and West's minstrels last evening. From
first to last this wonderlul troupe sustained
its world-wide reputation, und gave the
best ol satisfaction. The audience was kept
In roars of laughter continually. The fing
ing nn 1 instrumental music was superb.
The members of this organization have
made themselves great favorites here, and
will always draw full a house whenever they
To the public spirit, good sense and
t'lieriiy of the ladies who compose our
Library Association we owe the existence
iu this city of a library of which the peo
ple of Cairo have just cause to feel proud,
Hnoe the publication in these columns of
the exercises of ihe fifth anniversary of the
association, we have seen in our exchanges,
from various portions of the state, not a
fow notice which referred to our associa
tion, were very complimentary to it, and
urged the organization of .similar usuocin
Hilns In flu Ir respective cities. We men
tion this iu order that those who me not
yd aware of it may be apprised of the
fact, that our association has a reputation
tibmad and thai its influence for
good Is not confined to Cairo but
Is felt in every city in which
Tin-: Cairo Di li i:iin finds its way. It is
an institution which, in connection with
Cairo, wc always think of with pride; an
institution which silently exorts a greater
influence tor good than is generally attri
buted to it, and which deserves tlio un
qualified and hearty support of all our peo
pic. But hero wo havo said something en
tirely different from what we wanted to
say. AVe wanted to remind our readers of
the fact that to-night an entertainment
would be given in the Atheneum for tho
benefit of tho association one which no
one can attend without being well enter
tained, benefitted and pleased, and one
which every one may enjoy for twenty-five
cents, or for fifty cents if a reserved seat is
preferred. Mrs. B. Y. George and Mrs.
Wood Rittenhouso are among the ladies
who will take part in the exercises and
knowing what they are capable of wo have
no hesitancy in saying that those who attend
to-night will bo treated to a feast of reason,
rare wit, etc. Even should it rain (which
it generally does when nobody wants it to)
obtain an umbrella, by fair means or foul,
and go anyway!
"A Reader of The Bulletin'" takrs us
to task rather severely, we think, for crit
icising Mr. Wend ling's lecture in yesterday's
Bulletin. We may have been guilty of
presumption in thus daring to comment
upon the effort ot a man who stands so
high iu the lecture field as Mr. Wcudling
does, but our belief that it is a part of
the duty of a newspaper to notice all occur
ancesoL'the day in an unprejudiced man
ner, must plead for us. We think our cor
respondent does us injustice in assum
ing that we have taken a position
on the side of those who do not believe in
man's immortality. The fact is. we assumed
no position at all, except that Mr. Wend
ling's effort was not as conclusive as it
might have been. We started out with
tho explanation that we were not discussing
the merits of the question, but of the
lecture. As well might it be said of a
man when he criticises a meal that he has
taken a position against eating. Were Mr.
Ingefsoll to deliver a lecture here against
immortality and were we to question the
conclusiveness of his arguments, would
"A Reader" consider that a positive
proof ot our belief in immortality (
We did not think it necessary to give an
outline of the argument, because the lecture
had been delivered here before a large au
dience which, it is to be presumed, remem
bered at least the principal argu
ments advanced. He also does us an
injustice by the insinuation that The Bul
letin has become the organ of skeptic.
He certainly cannot mean it. We publish
his rebuke with pleasure, but he must not
be unfair; he must not call The Bulletin
an organ for skeptic in religion.
If there is one thing above nnother upon
which The Bulletin pride.s itself, it is its
reputation, throughout the stute, &s astrictly
religious organ a reputation, which it has
long zealously guarded and will continue
to guard with its utmost i-m-rgies.
"A READER'S" REPLY.
Cairo, III., April 2-th, 1-si).
Editor of the lluHeliu :
Dear Sir: It it were not that I enter
tain a high regard for your valuable paper,
I would not trouble you with this commu
nication. Permit me to say that I was very much
surprised at the editorial review of Mr.
Weiidling's lec'ure in thi morning's Bul
letin. My chief ground of surprise is that you
should have reviewed unfavorably an argu
mentative lecture, without giving even an
outline of the argument upon the very
point which you yourself show to be the
proper starting-point for the whole discus
sion. You very truthfully inform us. in out
place, that the lecturer's attempt to
throw the burden of proof
upon those who deny the
immortality of man's spirit must fall
to the ground, unless he shows that tiilri:
is a si'irit in man. I am greatly surprised,
however, at your stating this in the way of
an answer to Wcndling, seeing that he dis
tinctly recognized it, and, at the very out
set of his positive argument, made a very
elaborate ami powerful effort to show that
man has a spirit. Now, looking at your ed
itorial review in the light in which you
desire it to be regarded, not as bearing up
on the merits of the question but upon the
lecture, I ask what greater injustice
Could you do to the lecturer
than, iu a formal review of a column and a
quarter, not even to intimate what his ar
gument was upon the point which you and
ho agree in regarding us fundamental? If
you had stated his argument upon this
point and demolished it, you might have left
all the rest alone ;forthat would have carried
all with it. I will not attempt to give
that argument, for I should do the lecturer
a greater injustice than you havo done by
ignoring it. Not having taken any notes,
and not having before me even tho abstract
which you have used, I would give from a
defective memory, anil iu the exercis ,1 of
my feebler powers, a weak, diluted and in
ai'curate statement. Nor is it important
that. 1 should stale his argument as, like
yourself, 1 am not considering the merits of
the question, but ant indicating the reasons
of my surprise at the way in which
you have dealt with the lecture.
There was one well comparative sentence,
which Wcndling quoted from John W.
Draper, a nanio that, stands high in
science,, and has never, I believe, been
tarnlshci I by even the charge ot undue
partiality to religion. I would have been
glad, if you had given even that one
sentence, which would have occupied only
a very small part of your column and a
quarter, and would have given soino idea
of the drift ot thought in the lecture.
Allow rue, again, to express my surprise
at what you state to bo "tho sentiment
of tho Christian world." Mr. Wcndling
built a part of his argument upon the ex
istence in man of a native power to dis
criminate between things as right and
wrong. This is commonly called con
science, or the moral sense. You meet
him with a question which seems to imply
that tho whole Christian world regards Jlns
power as not inborn, but communicated to
man by the Bible, for you represent them
as holding "that from it man received h's,
first inkling of righi and wrong." I think
I have never met, uor heard of, a Christian
who held the view you seein to attribute
to the Christian world; and, If I should
meet one, I would confront him with
the statement of the Bible
itself, that tho uations, which havo not re
ceived a written law from God, "are a
law unto themselves, which show the work
of the law written in their hearts, theircon
science also bearing witness, and their
thoughts the meanwhile accusing, or excus
ing one another."
Perhaps, Mr. Editor, I have already writ
ten more than I ought to ask you to auke
mom for. But allow mo m closing to give
one more expression of my surprise. It u
that, so soon after the departure of my
friend, Mr. llarrell, you should havo com
pletely shifted The Bulletin from the
position which be seemed carefully to
maintain. If my memory serves me well,
he declined a communication once, on th
ground that he could not make his
paper the organ of skeptical
thought in reference to religion. To-day,
not by a communication, but by an edi
torial, you seem to plant The Bulletin
upon the ground of those who not only
doubt man's immortality, but do not even
believe him to be anything except a body.
Other points in your review I have not
time to-day to notice, and besides I feel a
delicacy about attempting to defend another
man's views in detail without rueraoranJi
of any kind to guide me. Very respect
fully. A Reader of The Bulletin.
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Siihserlhed and sworn to In-fore me this -illh it jy
of April. K-fJ. .1 vs. W. stkh akt. Notary I'uldk.
I oneel - Att.-st :
I. II. WlM.IAMsoN, I
K. II. Ci-NMM.HAM, -Directors.
D.VK XICiHT ONLY,
Friday Niiiit, April 30th.
THE GREAT, THE ONLY
PRIMROSE & WEST'S
II. .1. rLAl'UAM.. . Manager.
"After the most Triumphant Tour of
my Minstrel Organization iu tho United
'Endorsed by the press mid the pub
lic as the BEST ever seen.
J-tTA Complete Victory for the People's
Mnko Way for tho
King Pins of Minstrelsy.
Reserved Seats .Now Bendy at Hartinan's
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