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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1830.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THE FIRST AND GREATEST
PICNIC OF THE SEASON
SUNDAY, MAY 2'3, 1880
CBd'Tthe management of the Ctmlque Baud.
fp ell truloi leave fulro at 8:00a tn.. 10::t0 . lu.
1 :W u. m. and at i-W p m. KeJurn train
will It avu tbet irove at5:4j p. ui.
Komul Trip rJ5 Cent..
No Improper Character will be Allowed
on the urounu.
UAN.'INi FKKK l'O AI.I.
The member f U Kwi pleilne llu'runt'lvcn to
pre'rvi tfnOHOriK'r an u win imii" uuumy uhiicif
ttBTDtt priluhO IllttBPIPI l llcm II ut-.Dri"Ri 1 1
Cairo Temperance Reform
Saturday )Iay M, 1U
.A Fine String Hand
AND THK NOTED
J J AX' KICK,
Will trcnmtiaiiv tin- excurnion.
Truin will irm'i' t'uiro iiuil Viueeuue depot at
oV!u ic am. Htuppliig at Tvutli. Knuriveutli,
fwcutit'ih and Tliir'y-H'Cotirt ctreels.
Fare lor Round Trip, Fifty (Vuts.
:hliilren aider ElclityearH FliKE. N Unit" lure.
Strawberry Ice Cream
THE HDIES OF
ST. PATRICK'S CIIUKCII
WILL HUM) A
REFORM CLUB HALL
Krom O to IU! O ( 'lock.
Thuisdav Eveiiiiiir. M;iv 2()tli
S upjici' 2"o. Admission Ke.
fiNTERED AT THE I'OST OFFICE I.N CAIKo. IL
LINOIS, AS SIXONO-n.ASS MATTEK.
OFFICIAL PAl'EItOF ALEXANDEK COUNTY.
IKcnom II, Ttii(lti!kf, ( 'ity Kditor
Only Morning; Daily in I Southern Illinois.
Munal Owi. i
Cairo, III., May teso. (
cTiaie. Bar. Thr. Uum. Wind. Vtl Weatlit-r.
f, i in .10 .1)1
to " H'l.U"
Jp m ., .S'.Hl
Maximum Temperature. tCi; Minimum Tern
Vrr.urn, tii : Kiiiiilall 11.1m lmli.
L,liver -ft t'i'vt '1 iiiclie.
W. II. HAY,
SirL't Signal Curua, t. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NotKTii iii iljic ciiliimu, live runt f per line, eai ti
THE TIME AND PLACE.
The time is now, and the place is C. W,
Henderson's, corner Twelfth and Commer
cial, to buy Simmon's patent refrigerators.
A large stock, all siz."s and prices, just re
ceived; also a lull ussortinent of water
coolers, finding tackle, w ire cloth Inr windiuv
w:r;ens and a full stuck of the celebrated
"White Mountain'' ice-cream ftnris.
Price, "rock bottom."
To iny olil customers and a- many u uv
ones who read this, greeting: I am pic
pared to deliver in any part of the city ice
f best ipiality and at the lowest possible
pricft. I respectfully solicit your patron
age and guiranlee satisfaction. Ice bovon
Liglith street, next to Eii-tol's, open nt all
hours, day or night. Orders lilled eilher
from w.ig m or at the ice box.
COAL OIL STOVES.
A full stock oC Westlake non-explosive
wire gauge c.nal oil stoves, the cheapest,
conipletest and quickest cooking stove in
the world. Also wire cloth for screens and
afull assortment of hardware, hollow ware,
fishing, tackle, etc., at A. IIai.i i.v's,
Commercial ave., opposite Seventh st.
The undersigned nl, llM a,j nflir
May 1st, be prepiiied to inrnish our citi
( ens a first rite (jiialily of ice cream,
jual in every way to that furnished h,
Chieairo. made frh d iily. 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
lail to Hi vti satisfaction (,n trial. Orders
left at ice house, carrier Eighth and Levee,
will pceive prompt attention. Will be fur
n'whed at $1.2."i per Dillon in quantities fmni
onciffillon upwards. ltoin:ur Uf.wktt.
ICE! ICE1 PL'l'.E LAKE 1CEI
V. M. Ward will enter Ihe Held again
thig ncnson, with his ice wagons, mid will
bo prepared, as formerly, to fuinich pure
lake Ice, iu any jmrt of the city, every day,
In any quantity desired. The fad that he
will givo the business his personal super
isi m, furnishes a guarantee that Ids pat.
ronn will be promptly, faithfully and satis,
Couutcr, shelving au 1 show cv-vi. 2fvw.
Inquire at ' I It. Scm-ft.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Two show case, one Gorman silver and
one wainut. Apply at tin Chicago Cash
Store, corner T weaty-eigiit.i acid l ommer
Look out fur Blck 5l-saoe,
even- Saturday, at Frank Klein' butcher
shop. Washington avenue, between Seventh
and Eighth street'.
The Delta City Fire company will bo
pleased to entertain their friends on Thurs
day evening, May 20th. Tickets for dance,
30 cents. Admission to festival fiiee.
HINGE WINDOW LOCKS,
Harvey's patent. The neatest, cheapest
and completest window fasteners out. Costs
but S3 cts. per window; fastens either sash
wherever it is desired. Any person can put
them on. Sold only by Lancastek & Hice.
SALT S ICE CREAM PARLOUS.
The warm weather is here and Phil. II.
Saup has prepared for it. He has estab
lished himselt iu his new quarteis next to
the corner of Eighth street and Washing
ton avenue, and is prepared to furnish the
best of ice cream aud 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, aud no doubt wi.I re
ceive the liberal patronage of our citizens
lor the pains he has tasieu m furnishing
them with such an excellent establishment.
Give him a call.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices (u t!iee rulatuas, ttv. o:rs pe- lino
Col. Rice left tor Paua yesterday
.las. VU'lcli juam druiii a
Ol'iccr Ilogau lined on
dolior. etc. bv
Mrs. Will Emery, tormerly Mi Mol-
lie Uovle. lei t vesterdav tnornin for a few
weeks stav in St. Louis.
Mr. R. II. Cuuniug'.;a;u 'a sup
erintending some very desirable alterations
in the style of his residence on Washington
News from the bedside of the two men
w ho were shot at East Cairo on Saturday
night last, is to the etVect that they are
The receipts, for the constructi ju of
substantial waiks. sent to tl.ist flice by Mr.
G. yesterday have been received with thanks
aud will (hid a place in to-morrow' is.-ue.
Officer Dunker found Tom Koauly un
der the influence of corn juice, arrested
him and brought him before Justice Olm
sted for trial. He was tincd one dollar and
The match game of kw ball p'uwd
at the foot of Sixth treet by the (Vmique
nine and a picked nine, yvtcr lay, resulted
in the victory of the latter. Tl.r score
stood 'J'J to :!().
One of our architect whom for
sutlicitnt reascu we will not name lias
just completed a very handsome plan fir a
school house winch will shortly be erected
at Charleston. Mo.
We publish this morning a communi
cation from one of our wi le-awake citi'ens
in regard to the celebration of the 4th of
July. It contains timely s iggetio:is which
tiro worthy of attention.
We acknowledge tlio icc. ipt of the
"Life," a journal of ir.-nera! society, pub
lished at London. It reading matter is
abundant, interesting, of great variety and
carries with it evidences ofcar-ful ; par i
tion. Mr. Freeman Wright, a promit'.er.t otV;.
cer in the order of Knights, of Ho:i..r" of
St. Louis, was hero yesit rday for t.u- pc.r
pose of organi.iii. a lodg.' of "K'liyl.ts and
Ladies of Honor" 111 Odd Fellows' Lull. We
mo not Know with wu.it sue 'css
(. alio i ntst now curse 1
bearable amount of dust. Eve
ling does not surlicien'ly lay it.
but a heavy rain wi'J answer the
now, for the dtit is full two iuc
and rises in impenetrable cl.":d
it is iu the least disturbed.
Iielbie Justice Olmitad yesterday.
George J Bines, arrested by Officer Dunker,
didn't deny that he had been both drunk
and disorderly; in fact he admitted it,
and not having the $ 12"0 necessary to can
cel the city's demand, ho concluded to sc.
cure lodging with Andy Cahi fn 1 c. 'io'e
We give, on our editorial p,e, !' i
inoniing, short sketche of tl'.e liv, ot ( y
rus 1). l''oss, John Hurst, 1 1 ri-y W. Wanen
and E. O, Haven w hoaie '.,e new ' i.'iops
of the Meth0di.1t Episcopal chunh. TI ey
were, as i well knowr. elei ted by tic g. ti r , I
coiifeieiice at Cincinnati on t' e l.'K I tot.
--We mentioned the tact a day or two
iiio that a dress coa had been stolen from
the clolhing house of Uurger Eros., aud
that a darkey C'luuected with one of out
hotels was the suspected party. He has
been lodged In jail on an old execution
mid will remain there until sulllcient evi
deuce is found to convict him of Mie theft.
(..'. lhirke, u Caucasian ainl a wor
shiper at the shrine of IJacluis, allowed his
ordor to outweigh his sense of right and
decency, and being unable to perambulate
perpendicularly, Officer Hogan assisted
him to Squire Olmsle l's office, who tined
him according to the enormity of I Is
By posters printed at The Kclletin
office yesterday, and by an advertisement
in another coluinu to-day, the Comique
baud cordially invites the public to go pic
nicing with them to Cunningham's grove
on the 23rd. The boys promise an orderly
pleasant and enjoyable time, and they are
abundantly able to do all they promise
Tl'.e Mystic Krew resolved some time
ago to admit twenty-rive or thirty members
without putting them to their very peculiar,
though to them interesting process of ini
nation. In view of this resolution, the
requisite number of applications for mem
bership have been made, and among those
invited so far, are Dr. Jocclyn, Squire Geo
Olmsted, Mr. Win, Winter, Jr., aud Mr. W.
Wm. Johnon is a poor wretch who
will have his beer. P.ut being unable to
pay for it he lias found it necessary to go
about town with an old tin can, gathering
up the stale beer out of the kegs stand
iug in front of saloons. He irt drunk on
this vile sturT and disorderly in consequence
of his drunkenness; hence he was arrested
by O'licer Tyler yesterday and brought be
fore Justice Olmsted, who gave him two
hours in which to leave the city.
Messrs. Smith Eros., having a large
country trade, and wishing to extend to the
numerous farmers w ho come to them to till
their wagous with groceries, dry goods, etc.,
all possible accommodations, have begun to
build a fence around a piece of ground near
their place of business, preparatory to erect
ing the necessary stables and sheds for the
accommodation of teams over night. More
of our merchants might follow suit with
much profit to themselves.
Johnny McFadiu, the negro boy
whose arret we chronicled about a week
ago, and who Ins been confined in the city
jail since, was brought befoie Squire
Osborn tor a hearing yesterday. The boy
was charged with having broken open
several tool chests in EichorT's mill aud
with carrying off some of the tools. The pros
ecution withdrew the suit and the youngster,
after receiving a deserved and wholesome
curtain lecture, was discharged.
Two deaths occurred iu a house on
Ohu h'vee between Twelfth ani Four
teenth street yesterday. The building is
one of a class to which reference wa made
in these column some days ago. It is a
rickety old building, almost unfit for occu
pation for a:iT, one, even when clean; but
filthy as it is. au I full of human beings as
a carcass i of vermin, it is a poison-! .reed
ing spot, which together with a number of
other i:ir.iar p. ace, demands ti, attention
of the authorities.
Tiis Ih'n.Ki'iv aeknowledges the re
ceipt, with "compliment of Miss A. E.
Voc.uu." of a crate of tine, juicy, ripe
strawberries, the finest we nave eec this
season, and a fair sample of those raised in
the vicinity of New Grand Chain. Miss To
emu La our thank for her kindly rcmeui
ber.ince of i;.. If she had seen us "turn
lo 1-0" on that crate of berries a though it
was a half acre strawberry bed. she would
h ue realized that tt i "more blessed to
give than to receive."
We i:av- it from Dr. Gordon, the physi
cian, of the man Thomas, who was beaten
with a sludg,. at the box factory day before
ye-terlay, that his patient is entirely out of
danger and will recover. In conversation
with one of our attorneys concerning
Thomas, ycterduv. we were informed that
tl.'s case demonstrated that a "nigger"
cou.'.du't hi; beaten to death. "The only
way to a 'nigger.' " said he, "is to hang
I::;u f.r twenty minutes or put two bullets
throe gh h:s l.eavt." Ti.e attorney was a
The Chlcag. Thr.H of the W.h in,t.
Con: .tins the following which is of interest
to our ci'lri 'is: "Mr. Jewett Wilcox, for
several years j.a.? identified with the hotel
interests in this eity, lir-t as manager of the
Treiiiont ho:!..-, and mote recently as man
nut", of thj Gatdn-r l.ous,-. ha, associated
!.itnelf with Mr. E. Swifr, for the purpose
i f c nd'.a ti::ga -umiuer resort at William-tow-!,
iu tun lier'isl'.irr hills. Ma-sachusetts.
Ti e n -w enter;'! iso is known as th Gray
lock h.ail, and v. ill lie open t" the public
on'.j during the summer months. Mr.
Wilcox will leave the city to-morrow for
his temporary home ut the ea-t."
i-Thoso who .tr.dy the stiiM will have
plenty of 1,1 c.'. ation in the coming year.
The index-hand on the celestial dial-plate
point tt events i f iiviiientous import. The
four great plum t reach their nearest point
to the .tun more nearly together than they
have done for almost 2,000 years. It is not
tairea.i. nable to suppose that, with their
strong pull aud pull all together, they will
create some umuual disturbance in the
chaotic elements that make up the sun's
fiery mas. The forces of the new spot cwle
ave now 1:1 si tive operation, and those, who
have closely watched the influence of the
solar 'li'ilurham.'e on clnuat" conditions
Niediet a hot summer from the I, eat wave.
flint l"llow the commencement of the tn.-m-'Uiious
solar outb-eaks. The hidden chain,
bits of the great pyramid have given fourth
in oracular fas: hm momentous prophecies
for lHt to the few disciples who have
faith in (heir teachings, and a-tro'.ogers.
cast strung! horoscopes ' on. the iniu-iial
I latietry combinations.
Sump t'lue ago hi i;V Hobo.,
overheard live niisouers, w! 0 were coinineil
Iu one cell, concocting a plan for escape
from their conliix'iucnt.' The plan was to
attack, mid choke the waiter when
he caiud to hand them their vict
uals and then make a rush lot freedom
through tlifl op.?u door, The sheriff lav iu
wait several times while meals were beiti"
served tho plotters, in order to thwart them
iu their attempt, but they seemed to have
abandoned the scheme, for they reinaiued
quiet. But this passivenoss was not real.
Yesterday morning about halt-past eight
o'clock, while the sheriff was down town
on business, and when the watchman, Mr.
Wooten, opened the door to hand them
their usual faie, two of the men
attacked him, and compelling him to
take refuge behind the door,rushed out and
into the court-house yard. Mr. Wooten'
drew his weapon just in time to prevent the
third from doing likewise aud locking the
door on the remaining three, he set out in
pursuit of the two who had succeeded
iu gaining the open air.
He reached the yard just iu time to see one
ot the fugitives passing through the gate.
He fired at him and wounded him iu the
left arm but the man did not allow this to
arrest his progress. He ran up Washing
ton avenue to Sycamore avenue, and after
dodging around among fences
aud out houses was finally caught
ami returned t jail. The other, a negro
scaled the court-yard fence on Twen
tieth street. Ran up Twentieth towards
Commercial avenue aud took refuge under a
frame building. But being scared out by
a pistol in the hand ot Officer Wooten
he crossed through yards and came
out iMi Division htrci't, where Officer
Wooten succeeded in arresting him.
The two proceeded peaceably to the court
house gate, when the prisoner became ob
streperous and refused to go any further.
Coroner Fitzgerald came to the hssistance
of Wooteu, and, seeing that he must either
go or fi; lit, the burly liegro chose the later
and making a pass at Wooten, he missed
him and .struck "Dick" a severe blow over
the eve, making an uglv wound.
The "billy" was freely and forcibly used
on the negro", head, but he seemed to take
no notice ot it, struggling and striking
with all his might, until he was struck in
the hea l with a brick from the hand of
Charley Hodge, which seemed to stun him,
and he was then escorted back to the jail.
Much credit is due to Messrs. Wooteu and
Fitzgerald for their bravery in the affair.
The Democracy of Alexander county
will hold a mass meeting at the court house
in this city on the afternoon of the 4th prox
imo, and. since we are up m the eve of one
of the most exciting political campaigns
thathas ever been fought since the organiza
tion ot the government, we hope there will
be a general attendance. The work to lie
done concerns not only our county and
state election, but embraces the great na
tional contest so near ut hand. It is there
fore important that all Democrats should
attend ami counsel together. There must
be two political parties in this, as in
every free country, and in all parts of it.
Wop to th" country iu which one political
party is so powerful that exposures of its
frauds and incapacity can not dis
lodge it. The great battle in Alexander
county, iu November, will be between the
Democrats and Republicans since the
Nationals, conscious of their own insignifi
cance, have.on tiptoe, and in an unporceivod
manner, withdrawn themselves from the
public gaze. Squire Comings and Dr. Clark,
1 the herbal doctor) are perhaps the only
two cheat men whom the little Demo
cratic party need fear. They have within
their noble breasts the desire to squelch the
Democracy of this rnion and we would
whisper into their patient earsth" following
advice, which, if taken a prescribed, will
prov a sure cure for all the ills with which
tiie Democracy has aitlicted them and crown
their efforts with victory in November.
At the outstart, they should be c.s amiable
and gentle as .sucking pigs, but as the day
of election approaches, they should share
the excitement of the time and.
adorned with given ribbons they should,
with manly stride-, parade our .streets while
the doctor plays a life and the squire un
furls a rustling banner to the breeze and
sings the latest of Brick Pomeroy's ditties,
lielbre they enter the court house they
should give a performance from tic porch
iu front, and then the Squire, after entering
the building, should, from the judge's
stand, address the audience, which
would consist of Dr. Clark.
In addressing the Doctor he should speak
in his usual loud tone of voice, saying:
"Nationals of the Eighteenth congressional
district! Here we are all of us. You are
they who shall in the future rescue this
country from the money sharks ami bloated
bondholders, If there be any man with his
ear to the key-hole of the court-room door.
I will say to him that if he desires the res
toration of venality and corruption in
short, if he desires the return of that rule
which impoverished the land of our fathers,
let htm unceremoniously turn bis back upon
the National party, which has righted
great wrongs, redressed public grievances,
lightened public burdens and made the
hearts of the people rejoice with brighter
hopes. It is the grand old National party
which is this year marching to victory and
which will make the light until the govern
ment shall have In en brought to its ancient
constitutional land marks; until corruption
its. Usurpers, and the enemies of cnustitu
tiona! liberty shall have been buried fiom
the power tlu' have desecrated, etc. I will
now read to you a few chapters
from the 'Five Books of Truths,' compiled
by iny audience, the doctor." A lack of
time prevents us from writing out the full
speech for the squire, but the above, which
we submit, need not be snee.ted at as an introduction,
BUEGE R B ROS'
PALACE CLOTHING HOUSE-SPHING-
STYLES, 1 880.
Oui' .Stock of
AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
For Men, Youths' and Boys' wear, is now Ready for Inspection, Examination an J Sale.
We aim to be Surpassed by none, Equalled by few and Envied Ova'.l, ii: our ef jrts
to Clothe suitably and Economically, all who will favor us with their p'atro'nage.
During the Spring and Summer we propose to oi'.Vr a line of "ivd
SF(JOND TO NONE
In this part of the country, and we shall at all times endeavor to k-ep our price,
WITHIN Till-: HKACH OF ALL.
Our working expenses are very light iu comparison with our btsinc,, need,, there
fore SMALL PROFITS and quick returns will pay u- better than to hold our -'oJs
for fancy figures, '
We respictfully solicit your pationage ani
(iiiiraiitpe Siithf.uticii iu even TraiKirtiuit.
No. 10-- Commercial Avcnu",
THK CITY COFNCIL LAST NIGHT.
Last night's council meeting was an
exceedingly tame one and but littt'.e bui-n-'ss
of importance w is transacted. (u'te
a number of bids were received for the
construction and reconstruction of the side
walks mentioned in ordiuance number thii-ty-nine.
After tlmy had been, on motion,
referred to the committee on streets, the
mayor, appointed Mesrs. Linegar. Ifowley,
L. II. Meyers and Easterday as a committee
to estimate the value of the lots on railroad
strip and perform such other duties as the
railroad strip ordinance specifies. The mayor
stated that he had placed Messrs. Meyers
ail' i r. asioMay on tic committee i-ecause
they were well acquainted with
tho strip; were competent and had
agree. 1 to erve without cost.
A communication from Police Magistrate,
Geo. E. Olmsted, slating that he would ac
cept twenty-five dollars per month in lieu
of all costs, was read an I on motion order
ed tiled. A resolution, introduce 1 by Al
derman Howley, which granted the O.iro
and Vincennes railroad the permission to lay
a track on Ohio h. vee, below Second street, in
order to enable the road to connect with the
Illinois Central road, was then p:is-ed. A!J
derm in II.iliid.iy iutrodued a resolution,
authorizing the city clerk to advertise for
bids for furnishing the city with between
five and ten thousand square yard cf con
crete gravel, equal to the best
Oil the freefs of Plducih,
Kentucky or Metropolis, Illinois.
The delivery of the gravel to commence ut
once after the acceptance of tlie bid, and
the job to be finished within four months
afterwards. Bills will be received for the
delivery of the gravel tin -barges at this
port and also for the delivery of the same
and placing it upon our streets.
The same alderman then offered a resolu
tion authorizing the city marshal to pro
cure a pound for all animals running at
largo in the city, which ws
adopted. This was m; the
business transacted, but before ad
journing the Mayor stated that he ha re
ceived a letter from the secretary of Senator
Logan, stating that the resolution which
had been adopted by the city council sever
al weeks ago, asking that one of the marine
hospitals which are .shortly to be
constructed by the government, be
located here, ha I been received
and duly liot.'d, but that It would be im
possible to bring the matter before con
gress at the present session. Owing to the
fact th it some of the aldermen w is absent
the appointment of officers was postponed.
TIIE FOURTH OF JULY.
A SI.Nsllil.K SIV.OKSTION FIlOM A I.LUMSi.
K'litor liuHet'i: :
Is it not about time that something is
being done looking toward the celebration
of the coming fourth of July.' This be
ing the year of conventions, the year when
so many good men and true an- willing to
oiler themselves up as willing sacrifices for
their country's good, and there being a
large amount of patriotism seeking an out
let, w hy could not our folks get up u cele
bration on the fourth, of the old fashioned
kind, cither barbecue or picnic, or other
wise. Heretofore these celebrations have been
conducted by the K. M. K. C,
and have been well managed
and gave general satisfaction.
Would it not be well for our merchants and
others int'Tosted to get the Crew to consent
to again take the lead in this matter. Saint
Mary's park might be again secured; dis
tinguished citizens i politicians with axes to
grind i might be induced to turn loose the
American eagle; the tire companies and
other organization's might be induced to
join iu the celebration, ami the railroads
might be induced to run ehcup excursion
trains into the city on that day, and so till
the city with strangers that a positive bene,
fit would be derived by ull.
I, with many others, believe the true
policy to be, to bring people into the city
on public days, not to charter steamboats
and trains and run them orr ok the city.
I am in favor of a grand celebration,
speeches, torches, fireworks and all. What
THE FKONT !
say our merchants and l.-.s-r,.-.
they take hold and give ;
pecuniary ericurag'-mer.t :
men ' will
AN IMPORTANT BILL PASSED BV
THE Hol'SK. .
About two month, ago we ;n;bli-:: I a
memorial from tobacco handler, t- con
gross asking for a r-'m.iv.il of the r'.tiv-t.
ions on the importation of tubacc.' iu'o
virions European countries. Although h
number of memorials, having m vie the
same object, had been s'iit to c tg'-i
from the sjuthern states much earlier than
the on- sent fi.itu this city, yet, tlie one
sent from h.-u- wa the first to ! loo'; ,i,(
to the notice of tl. i;
able press ir.i
we believe, l
w is brought
B it we s-t
e c 'tis'; b
f.-oiu tie- h.;..
a UK re
The " :.
C' r I" ouitvn-
"The bill reiLllu
t to ,.-,en
such negotiations with Fiance, Au-trii iii J
Italy as lie mm d-em advisable, with h
view to remove the resfri, tioj, u the !:
portation of tobacco into tho.e tie.'-o.-i,
was passed by the le,i. to-d:n."
We have the :ii"an of kn -wing th it r,,
:.b..ve re-iil: !,;., ivon gained c're'ty
through tho c,itio;i ,,f (apt. W. W. W;L
lianis of this city. The cap! tin nuy I c
t'H) m dest to aekllO'A !!;. this, le.it it n
none the h's. a f.ct for tl.a'. Of coo:.,
our menihei. Ca;t. Thomas. d""rves some
credit in tlds cotiiieetiou. but we are w.-'l
sitistiel that h i 1 it ti"t b.a-n for the j wor
behind tae thron- -in other words. Lad it
not been for the exertions of Cap' W.l
li un coiigres. wo..! i e rhiir never hit
heard of tne memorial -n t" it.
To MlS TILI.IE VINCENT.
- " th- M.y ' ; t4- i r-i
.11 1 , l i r .i i-Vrii. M.ij-. ; t
1 i-mi' .-: in
F.:ewi-ll, eh queen, and thou ha-t wor
Thine honor, with n.ui !, grace;
Where'er thy loval si cpter reacl'ed,
Thy pear. Tel reign we true.
Thy subject -till in ar:i;..r siiitc.
Around tlcir ,ovor.-igtf throne,
With Valor not to be defied
Thy reilnn their prowess rwi.
The t.'tnperanc anthem s'j;; :,r,. ,
Aci'Os- the distant seas :
Tic temperance banner pnud'y floats,
Still bravely on the breeze;
With dignity thy throne ma:ufaine I.
Knowing that earthly kings;
And gentle queens mt;,t pa,s away,
Among forgotten things.
Thy mission hall; been one of 'oj.
Thy shrine. the shrine of peace;
Still will we plead for freedom's right q
Till enmities, shall cease.
Earth's pageantries alas! how vain,
We bow to Fate's decree ;
Thv transient reign is o'e' y ? butr,
Its memory shall be.
May thy successor ever be
As true, with sweet command;
We place thy crown upon her brow,
Thy scepter in her hand.
But. we shall not forget, fair queen 1
Thy dignity and grace,
May angel hands, with golden day,
For thee a pathway trace.
As bright as when the sunbeams shone,
Where nature's glory spread
Glen Fern! whereon thy ivied throne,
We crowti'd her fair young head.
Oh 1 may sweet r s", ever bloom
And drop their sweets each day,
For her who one short year ago,
We crowned our "lateen of May!"
Co tio, Mav ISSO,
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
For the accommodation of the public
generally, I have removed from the factory
building, corner of Seventeenth street and
Washington avenue, to No. 101 Cotnmerciul
avenue, where I am better prepared to dis
play my large stock, consisting of household,
parlor and kitchen furniture, which for
quality, neatness and price cannot be sur
passed. CAMP CIIA1KS ANI) ( Itlt.tUtEN's III'OOIKS
A specialty, Everybody is invited to ex
amine my stock. Remember the place, Sixth
and Commercial, ne.xt to Dtin Hartinaiui'a
old stand. Respectfully,
Just received at TitR Bulletin office, a
stock of paper especially for "Hectograph"