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THE 'DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 21. 1830.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
THE FIRST AND GREATEST
PICNIC OF THE SEASON !
CmmiiiKliam's (J rove,
SUNDAY. MAY 23, 1880
Under tSf munient of tlie Comlqao Baud.
Ppecltl trulnt leave Cairo at 8:00a. m.. 10:S(l. m.,
l: p. m.and (:') p. m. Kciurn train
will leave (he lirove at 5:4.1 p. m.
Hound Trip 25 Cents.
No Improper Characters will be Allowed
ou the Ground.
3D A NCI NO FHKB1 I'O AI.l..
Tb member nf tliu Band pledge thfmaelve to
preserve Koilorder and will liavn couuty oMIcors
outhe (frouud t aHfiitt them if neceMnrv.
Cairo Temperance Reform
Saturday May M, 1880.
A. Fine String 13and
AND TIIE NOTED
Will accompany the excuriHmt.
Train will lave Cairo uud Vinceune depot at
o'clock a. in.. MuppitiK a' Tenth, Koiirteeuth,
rweutieth and Thirty-second Mrui-m.
Fare for Round Trip, Fifty Cents.
Children under Elht yearn FHEE. No half fare.
KXTEKED AT THE I'OST OFFICE IN CAIUO, IL
I.I.NOIH, AS f ECOND-CI.AS8 MATTHK.
OFFICIAL PAPER OK ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Ernest II. Thielt--oltH,' City KtUtor.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
LOCAL RF.rO KT.
hiuNAi Orri' i. i
Caiiio. 111.. May in. 181. (
Bar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel Weather.
S l.t rain
1U , Fair
1(1 " -.una
2 p. m.. &.'
MarimiiMi Teniiuratiir:. Ki ; Minimum Tern
lieraturu. 71 - : lUinliill H.4S lueli.
tltiver in feet 1 luchc. Fall 1 I'unt Situ lire
W. 11. HA V.
Seru't Signal t'ortm, U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NotireH in (hi column, five cent per line, earu
Counter, shelving and show case. New.
Inquire at " l. II. Sciilii.
TIIE TIME AND PLACE.
The time is now, ami the place is C. W.
Henderson's, corner Twelfth ami Ooinnier
cial, to buy Simmon's patent refrigerators.
A large stock, all M.es and prices, just re
ceived; also a lull assortment of water
coolers, fishing tackle, wire cloth for window
ncreens and a full stock of the celehrated
"White Mountain" ice-cream freezers.
Prices, "rock bottom."
To my old customers and as many u?w
ones who read this, greeting: I am pre
pared to deliver in any part of the city iee
of best quality and at tlie lowest possible
price. I respectfully solicit your patron
age and guirantce satisfaction, Ice boxou
Eighth street, next to Bristol's, open at all
hours, day or night. Orders tilled either
from wagon or at the ice box.
COAL OIL STOVE.
A full stock of Westlnko non-explosive
wire fiauge coal oil stoves, the cheapest,
complete and quickest cooking stove in
the world. Also wire cloth for screens and
ri full assortment of hardware, hollow ware,
fishing, tackle, etc., at A. IIai.i.lyV.
Commercial hvc, opposite Seventh si .
The undersigned will, on and after
May 1st, he prepared to ttmr.h our citi
j'wis a first rale quality of ice cream,
iljual in every way to that furnished in
ChieiiL'o, made fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by mi experienced artist and cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Order"
left at iee house, corner Eighth ami Levee,
will receive, prompt attention, Will be tur
nished ulf l.'j.lpergalhm in quantities from
one gallon upwards. Roiilkt IIkwett,
SAIT'S ICE CREAM PARLORS.
The warm weather is here and Phil. II.
Baup has prepared fur it. lie has estab
lished himself in his new quartets next to
the corner of Eighth sttvit and Washing
ton avenue, and U prepared to furnish the
best of ice cream and anything in the con
fection' ry line, in un.v qu intity . m short
notice, Mis ronins pc the accommodation
of parties wishing to refu-sh themselves
with a pla'e of his delicious en-am, are ele
gant atel complete in all their appoint
incuts, lb- deserves, and iioduiibt will re
ceive the liberal patronage of our citizens
for tin: pains lu- bus taken in furnishing
llietii with hiieli tail excellent establishment.
Give him hi all.
ICE! ICi:: I'l'RE LAKE ICE!
F. M.' Ward will enter the held again
this Hciisfin, with his ice wagons, and will
bo jirvpurcd, as formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, in any part of the city, every day,
- in any quiuitily desired. The fact that he
, will give the busbies hi personal super
vinion, furnishc a guarantee 1 hat his pat-
: routt will be promptly, faithfully and satis
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Two show cases, one German silver and
one walnut. Apply the Chicago Cash
Store, corner Twenty-eighth and Commer
cial. SOMETHING NEW! '
Look out for Buck Sausages,
every Saturday, at Frank Klein's butchcr
shop. Washington avenue, between Seventh
and Eighth streets.
HINGE WINDOW LOCKS,
Harvey's patent. The neatest, cheapest
and completest window fasteners out. Costs
but 35 cts. per window ; fastens either sash
wherever it is desired. Any person can put
them on. Sold only by Lancaster & Nice.
Tinted or cleaned by the new liquid pro
cess, at J. Burger's. Old plumes can be
changed so that no dilference can be detect
ed between them and the new; an item of
economy for ladies to make a note of. Or
ders left at the store will receive immediate
attention. The liquid is also kept by me in
bottles for sale with lull directions for its
REFORM CLL'3 PICNIC.
Excursion tickets to Glen Fern will be
placed for sale Friday morning at Fourth
street depot, Coleman's book store and
O'Hara's drug store. Full regular rates
will be charged on train to those having
no tickets. Stops will be made to take
passengers at Tenth, Fourteenth, Twentieth
and Twenty-eighth streets.
F. A. Miller,
General Passenger Agent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticen in theo column, ton cents per line,
The Reform club meets to-night.
The county jail again contains a goodly
number of prisoners.
The ram which fell yesterday lorenopn
proved a t-ue blessing to this community.
Chas. A. Saup, who has been at Zaues
ville, Ohio, for several weeks, has returned.
Dr. Nowotney's smiling countenance
was again to been seen in our midst yester
day. 'Index" cards and envelopes, for invi
tations, just received at The Bulletin
Ernest Pettit has a couple ot tine show
castis for sale, as may be seen by his "ad."
in another column.-
Owing to the communications we pub
p.h this morning, our space for local news,
is somewhat condensed.
The Argus chronicles the marriage of
Mr. A. C. Coleman, of this city, to Mis
Flora Van Cleve, of Belleville.
Miss Naunie Olmsted, who attended
the wedding of her uncle. Mr. Win. Olm
sted, at Carmt, returned yesterday.
Old Trim's Dongola communication
which we publish this morning is as full of
news as his communications usually are,
and quite as readable.
Ladies should read the notice in an
other column of the new process for tint
ing ami cleaning ostrich plumes. Applied
and sold by J. Burger.
To-morrow the picnicers will swarm at
Glen Fern. See special notice of tickets
tor sale and provide yourselves with them
before entering the cars.
Mr. Frank Metcalf is steadily improv
ing in health. He has just returned from a
week's visit in the country by which he was
Mrs. Fred Whitcamp, who is accused
of murdering her husband, occupies the
debtor's cell in our county jail the same
that E. F. Davis occupied while in durance
Availing themselves of the invitation
extended, s une of our young men attended
tin; calico hop, given by Welcome Lodge
No. 2, in Stokes' hall, at Mound City, last
Mr. Geo. Sargent contemplates- purchas
ing the store at present conducted by J.
1-.. sqnllcr, and making a nice little grocery
out of it. tie will be rea iy lor business
by the first of not week.
On account of the rain yesterday, Mr.
Gorman and his men, who wefe at worn
laying down new tile pipes on Tenth and
Washington, had to suspend work.
The lirst Presbyterian synod that ever
convened in the state of Illinois met in
Hillsboro in 1."1. It has been suggested
that there be a semi-centennial observance
of this occasion at Hillsboro in the autumn
of lSsl by all the synods of the state.
.las. Donnelly, found staggeiing about
the streets, was yesterday arrested by Of
ficer Hogan. He was trie I belore Justice
Olmsted and find the usual amount, one
dollar and costs, lie surprised the court
by producing the necessary amount.
Mr. Janu s R. Smith, of the lirm of
Smith Bros., has returned alter an absence
of several weeks-, lie did not I'u'.li.l the
predictions of the bold, bad mail ot the Ar
gils, but returned single-handed and alone
and was unaccompanied by a young wife,
cither lovely or otherwise.
We acknowledge the receipt of the
sixth annual catalogue uf the Southern Illi
nois Normal University. Not having time
topernsH the pamphlet at the present writ
ing, we cannot now iinuart such facts con
cerning the condition of the school as
would be interesting to the public, but will
furnish all desired information in a day or
The committee of throe, consisting of
the mayor, Aldermen Linegar and Saup',
who visited Metropolis on Saturday hist
with the view of inspecting the gravel
there and ascertaining the probable cost of
having it delivered at this point, learned
that the best quality of gravel could be de
livered here at twelve and one-half cents
per square yard.
The members of the Delta Fire com
pany with their families, and a large num
ber of citizens not connected with the com
pany, thoroughly enjoyed themselves in the
company's engine house last night. The
strawberry tables were well patronized and
dancing was indulged in with a vim until
"the purple morning left her crimson bed
and donn'd her robes of pure vennillion
Some of our citizens have nttended the
lost two or three meeting of the city council
with much promptness, because they desir
ed to be present when a police force was
chosen, but have so tar been disappointed
with much regularity. The appointment
should have been made at the last regular
meeting, but since they were not, the pre-'
sent force will not be disturbed until the
council again meets in regular session.
The following resolution, which is of
general interest, was introduced by Alder
man Halliday, and was, ou motion ot Al
derman Howley, adopted by the city
council at its meeting night before last:
"Resolved, That the city marshal is here
by authorized and directed to arrange for
and provide a suitable pen or pound in
some central and convenient locality within
the city, in which animals running at large
contrary to the ordinances of the city, may
Benjamin Frederick Applegatc, a no
torious male rip, yesterday undertook to
drive from his house and home the wife of
his bosom, but his most energetic ellbrts in
that direction proving fruitless, he took to
"cruelly teasing and tose, the wife he had
loved to be squeezing and squoze,"' and for
this offense Mrs. Applegate caused the ar
rest of her "liege lord." Justice Olmsted,
who tried the case, lined the olfemriug gen
tleman, including costs, ten fifty, which he
didn't have about his shapely person, and
accordingly went to jail.
It pleased the ladies and gentlemen of
the city.last night, to fill the Reforinhall and
liberally partake of the strawberries which
were there to be found and which had been
prepared in the iiiostteniptiiiginanncr.bythe
the cunning hands of the ladies of St. Pat
rick's church. The sparkling and laugh
ing eyes to be seen wherever one looked and
the bright smiles and merry laughter every
where to be seen and heard in the hall, was
undeniable evidence that the enjoyment
was sufficient. The amount cleared must
have been a goodly sum.
Probably never in the experience of
any Cairo tobacconist has there been such a
large, steady and ever increasing demand
for a favorite cigar as in the case of the
"Faultless." The "run" ou this brand is
simply wonderful and yet it is not so won
derful and after all,whcn we remember that
this favorite cigar possesses all the merits
that is claimed for it that its best recom
mendation is itself that having once tried
meant to continue buying it. Another
thing to commend it, is its cheapness, only
5 cents. Sold by F. Korsmyer, wholesale
and retail, Ohio I-cvoc, corner Sixth street.
Mr. Freeman Wright, of St. Louis, su
preme secretary of the Knights and Ladies
of Honor of the United States, organized a
lodge of Knights and Ladies of Honor, in
the Odd Fellows' hall night before last, as
we yesterday stated he would. The officers
elected were: Geo. Chellet, past protector;
Major Jesse Hinkle, protcetur; Mrs. W. ('.
Smith, vice protector; Mrs. Powell, secre
tary; Alex. G. Royse, financial secretary;
Mrs. G. W. Chellet, treasurer; .John Hacker,
chaplain; Fred Slicker. (guide; Mrs. J. T.
Warren, guardian; Mrs. Major Hinkle,
Officer Dunker arrested one Daniel
Heady yesterday for traveling the wide
road to ruin in a staggering manner. Not
being over religious, the officer cared little,
or noUhitig whether Mr. Heady traveled a
wide or a narrow road; nor did he care where
that road was leading the gentleman to.
But he was very seriously concerned about
the gentleman's "manner" of
walking and accordingly arrest
ed him. Justice Olmsted concluding
that the dignity of the city had been violat
ed and that there was no "balm in Gilead"
which was at all to be compared with "one
dollar and costs" as a soothing remedy,
permitted the gentleman to hand over that
We beg our reader's pardon for inflict
ing upon them the following rhyme and as
sure them that while we do so, we enter
tain only the most kindly feelings for
them. It is our first attempt and in pro
ducing it, we did imt usphe to out-shine
"Kate W ," "lieatrice" or 'Linwood :'
All tin' lioyn that nr ciy nail Mir!;
W I i I imlionlze tin- 1(- feini pieiik-.
If -ill the ;'lr' cim have tle-ir pick.
They', I my, ct'i (!" t i (he Reform p I'liii ."
Vuiiii!; and old -Tom. M irryiinil llirl,
Will lieonl S ituntiiy lit Ilia l(' foi-m picnic.
Saturday ntovnlin; will he here pn-ny ipilck,
Tlien tfil In (ilell Fern to the lielmin pieliii'.
One ot the excellent suggestions
which our unvor made in his lust annual
iness.cre to the council wat the bnil-lin,' of
a city hall. A ciiy hall is undoubtedly de
sirable. It should 'be a building large
enough to contain the mayor's office, city
clerk's office, treasurer's office. city
engineer office, the council chamber, city
Jail, police headquarters and, If need be, the
office of the justice of the peace and city
attorney. It would, of course, take a
building of considerable size to accommo
date all these; but the city uow has money
in the treasury with which to do tho work
and since such a building would not only
be a credit to the city, but would also bo a
saving, wo do not see why the mayor's sug
gestion should not be acted upon.
Night before last,at about seven o'clock,
while Otlieer Wooten was engaged in
distributing to each of the prisoners in the
city jail, his proportion of food, tho negro
who is accused of stealing a coat from the
clothing houso of Burger Bros., picked
up a backet lull of water, poured it into
the face of the officer, hit him over tho
head with the bucket, and then made his
escape. The officer shot at the rascal as
soon as he could lay his hands upon his
pistol, but owing to the fact tjiat he had to
luck the jail door ou the five prisoners who
were in the jail before he could follow, the
fellow made his escape. Whether or not
the bullet sent after him took effect is not
known. His name is B. II. Henderson
by occupation a cook, and professes the
The trial of Louis C. Herbeit, for con
ducting a theatre without license, came up
before Justice Olinstead yesterday. Much
interest was manifested in the case by out
side parties, and it was argued at length on
both sides. The fact that there is no city
ordinance specifying the amount to be paid
as liceuse by prop! ietors of such concerns,
was the cause of some doubt as to whotlu r
or not the authorities had a right to charge
any license. But after hearing the evidence
in the case and examining the laws and the
record bearing upon it, the Justice decided
that Mr. Herbert ought to pay the same
amount into the city treasury that Harry
Walker is compelled to pay. In this de
cision he was sustained by several supreme
court decisions, which were quoted. But
Mr. Herbert, being of a contrary opinion,
took an appeal to the circuit court.
Notwithstanding that the sanitary con
dition of the city has been greatly im
proved of late, but few of our citizens
ttside trom the members of the board of
health and our health otlieer arc aware of
the filthy conditio of Cairo to
day. With limited sewerage and no means
to carry away and disposing of the excre
ment that has inevitably accumulated to
quite a great extent with the passage of
years and the growth ot the ci'y, it is not
to be wondered at that our sanitary condi
tion is not at present in such a state as
should be desired. Hitheitj when one vault
or cess pool became unfit for use it was cov
ered with a coating ot earth and another
dug a few feet distant. From the very na
ture of the soil, which allows the percola
tion of all sorts of deleterious substances,
the last stage of the "remedy" was even
worse than the first, and to now avoid ail
kinds of low malarial fevers, or even
worse visitations, requires the con-taut ac
tivity of a wide-awake man -uch an
one as our present health officer is.
In our proceedings of the council
meeting yesterday morning, we stated that
the mayor had appointed Messrs. Linegar,
Rowley, L. II. Myers and M. Easterday as
a committee to esti mate the value of lots
ou railroad strip, etc., and that the mayor
had stated that he had placed Me.-rs.
Myers and Easterday on the committee be
cause they were well acquainted with the
strip; were competent and would probably
serve without co.t. This was a truthful
report, but the Argus of last night, with a
view of throwing discredit upon it, says
the gictlcnien above named, "have not
agreed nor have they been asked to serve
without compensation." We don't know
and don't care whether or not tie- gentle
men "agreed" or were "asked io serve," but
we do know, and care that the public shall
know it. that our leport was a truthful one.
whatever may be said to the contrary by
anybody.. There, now.
Some weeks ago we mentioned the
fact that Dr. N'owotney, o this county, had
purchased a Urge wheat farm for his two
sons in Minnesota and that they had depart
ed for their iiewliome, The following from
the Alexander l'ot, published in Douglass
county, Minnesota, conveys the pleasing
intelligence of their safe arrival: "Dr.
John J. Nowotney's two sous William ami
John fiom Cairo.Ills., arrived yesterday and
will occupy and cultivate their farm in
Hudson, bought last u ar from Henry Rus
sell. They came by boat to St. Paul, and
fiom there drove across the country by
team which they brought trom home. The
Dr. and the remainder of his family will
arrive in June. He will probably open a
drugstore and leave his boys in charge of
the farm. The citizens of Hudson will be
pleased to extend a cordial welcome to
these young gentlemen imd to the entire
family." We are well pleased with the
foregoing noticc.i-xccpt the latter part of it.
which mentions the probable departure of
tlie Doctor from this county. He is one of
the most valuable men of mir county ac
tive, intelligent and progressive and we
hope he may think lvt:i r of it and remain
in our midst.
-The work of tax a-sos.itw has com
ini'ticed. In scheduling per.Min il property,
owners thereof win be required to make
oath as to ihe cm'rcctncsss of their returns.
The following section i f the new law will
be road with interest by our tax payeis:
Sec. 51. iSchedule.l Persons required to
l;st personal' property shall luuke out, under
oath, and deliver to the assessor, at the
time required, a schedule of the numbers,
am. units, quantity and quality of
AGAIN TO THE FKONT !
B U RGER BR O S '
PALACE CLOTHING HOUSE.
SPUING STYLES, 1880.
Our Stock of
AND GENTS1 FURNISHING GOODS,
For Men, Youths' and Boys' wear, is now Ready for Inspection, Examination and Sale.
We aim to be Surpassed by none, Equalled by few and Envied by all. in our etflirU
to Clothe suitably and Economically, ail who will favor us with their patronage.
During the Spring and Summer wo propose to ofler a line of goods
SECOND TO NONE
In this part of the country, and we shall at all times endeavor to keep our price.-,
within tiik kkach of all.
Our working expenses are very light in comparison with our business needs, there
fore SMALL PROFITS and quick returns will pay us better than to hold our goo Is
for fancy figures.
We respectfully solicit your patronage and
Nun l'a ntee Satisfaction in every Traihactioii.
No. 1 OS Cotnmoivial Avenue.
all personal property
session or under their control
quired to be listed for taxation by them. It
shall be the duty of the assessor to deter-
mine and fix the fair cash value of ail
items oi personal property, inciu im an
grain on hand on tho first day of May. and
in assessing notes, accounts, bonds an I
moneys, the assessor shall be governed by
the same rules of uniformity that he adopts
as to value in assessing other personal
property, and the assessor is hereby author
ized to administer the oath required in this
section, and if auv person shall reluse to
make such schedule under oath, then the
assessor shall list the property of such per
son according to his best judgment and in
formation, and shall add to tho valuation of
such list an amount equal to fifty per cent,
ot such valuation, and if any person making
such schedule shall swear falsely he shall
be guilty of perjury and punished accord
ingly. Any person so required to list per
sonal property who shall ref ise, neglect or
fail win n requested by the proper ass- r,
so to do, shall be deemed guilty of a misde
meanor, and uti conviction thereof -hall be
lined in any Mini not exceeding two hundred
dollar.-, a'l'l the several as..vir shall re
port any stub refusal to the ennty attor
ney. wIhi-.' duty it is hereby m 1 1-.- t- pr i
secute the same.
Several weeks ago we f.-i- ived a po-tal
card from a l!. v. Kichar 1 Young, stating
that he was o:i this way to this city and
that he would here to organi.-a something,
I w-have forgotten what). Wo paid no at
tention to the carl and tin- matter pas-cd
out of our mind, but wis roca'.lol by a
mention of him m the Mt. Yernoti News
jester lay. The News states 'Jut thi- ge..
tletnan has just been tried in the circuit
court of that place upon thr a- indicciaeiits
for grand larceny. Th.; ovide.n,v of the
prisoner's guilt being overwhelming, the
jury had Wut little difficult) n r-aching a
verdict, w hich was a conviction upon each
separate indictment, and fixing tin- punish
ment at nine years imprisonment i:: the
penitentiary three oar- upon ea. h in
dictment. Young accepted the -iti;-itin
with much grace and philosophy, which
fact, added to the numerous bold robberies
in which he had engaged, led nimy to sus
pect that his mind was deranged. Among
the sympathizer who entertained this
belief was- Mr. Samuel Laird, a Mt.
Vernon lawyer, who went so far as i sug
gest to the court that the reverend pn.-om-r
was insane, and should receive the treat
ment due to one in that u:ih q ny condition.
Mr. Young very promptly resented th:
sort of interference in his behalf, and a-k-ed
Laird by what authority he nude his
statement. The latter made n i an-wer
when Young co'i'inr.ed : "Mr. Liird. I
believe, has liiuis 'lf bee:: a preacher, and
now, to show hi:;; that I am as s mo as he
is, I challen
ge him to a public religious
The court and spectators
were satisfied that Young's head was per
fectly level, ami he will b.- permitted to en
joy his penitentiary experience without fur
ther assaults upon his mental qualifications.
A good of riddance of bad rubbish tins, of 1
which Cairo people will approve as heartily
as thcritiz"ns of Mt. Vernon.
HOW TO MAKECONCUETE WALKS.
The following receipts for making con
crete walk-, which wen; sent to this office
for publication day betoro yestet day, are
doubtless jjond :
lt, Fill iii with earth tamping, as you
fill, until walk is proper height and shape,
placing bricks or planks on edge each side
of walk. Then take one-
d gis !i mi
aul crushed cinders or coke; two-third sand.
Mix with tar that ha been heated by steam
pipe coil I hours. Then take the above
material and spread it on the walk two.
imd a half inches thick, tamping same; then
roll it with roller weighing ".!) lbs., after
ward roil ii with mi weighing l,0O!l lbs.
and walk is done.
Another; Fill an
earth as dod'ed. placing piauk
edgewise each side of walk. Then take
small stones one had' the size of an egg
and mix them with hot tar prepared as
above ; then spread the stonn over the walk
placing them close together, tamp them
down solid; take the mixture of tai ami
sand, spread evenly over the stones and roll
as above, and you have a concrete walk
that will last .10 years.
i ixtkuf.stikoly wkittkn irv Tin: ctssiv.
I vv.s ok oi.o tkim.
Dono-oi.v, Mav 'J l ss..
i .'litters an l things generally aroun I
D oigola are gliding smoothly along. There
is 'tis true, quito a stir aniuug the berry
shippers. The strawberry culture is not -r
extensively engaged in around D mgohi as
at Yiiia Ilidge and t'obden. Just new
there ii a good demand for beny-picko.s
at Cohdon. and it is said that car-loals of
berries iLU-t go to waste for want of Lauds
to ;uok them. This would, indeed, seem to
b.- a very far-Table opportunity fr trv.ups
to pick up a few dollars our old reliable
miller Ni ibau.-o r-o'ently hai a !::
streak of bad lack. His boiler got some
rents in it that compelled him to sp-a.l a
lew hundred dollars in repairs. The re
pairing being done steam is again up,
and Frank, as ho is wont to do,
is putting up for fj'.e. the bcv.
brands of il i'.:i west of Cincinnati.
One thing woiks largely in his favor, ue I
that i. ho take the Daily Caiim Bn.? k
tin. which keeps him jw-t,. I.
Tie-morals of our town are improving.
The rough., who got up the petition a f-.v
mouth ago. Ic.vo c-cnp.etely played o'.:
and iiave commenced making airangemen's
to hunt ether quarters. Ourt.-ri mire c u
gi.nial to their savage natures g-w I ri )
Our suprimo c yn in D ug is n w i:i
the past, but some of its rulings will ! ::ig
be remember-.-1 and be usl a si i:ig
phi ises. or by w t is.
At our spring election, we elect .l W. T.
Freeze police m igstratc, and iu the lan
guage of one of our Dongola attorneys,
"he makes a good one." The petition
party, h eaded by "M x'k's old field." trio I
h-irl I) elect "D.-DV.b county." but it
would'.".! -I D-oiagolaus said "no. w--lout
wa::t aiymore DeKalb cjuuty iu
The tedi-.u sp.;iof unsettled we-ither
with cold and frosty nights, is now in th-t
p is?, and warm summer weather, with its
bloss jiiH and ripe berries is with u. a:: I
good living is the ruiing. with a go-id pro
pect for the future. 11 v.v ir.ad wo -ire th a'
our eyes have :ir p -ru.itted to l i e;
up mour grand old hills clad in green. A
few of our neighbor- who entered the win
ter with ;is never saw tho coming spring.
Tho pale horse, with his rMer. overtook
tiiem an I with his keen sickle laid them
low. This is the s id-lest thing attache! t
our nature wi- must die. Many say th-y
are glad of this but it must be only a lip
exorossion. Who that i sane would b--gia-1
to die. and leave this beautiful earth
of our: Not "Old Trim." But die we
m ist, then-fire it behowves us all to con
sider well this matter, and to simp--- our
conduct so a to be ready when our time
INTEKESTI NO TO FAKMEUS.
Farmers and all othes in making invest
mi nts or purchases are always glad to know
where and lew the) can do the best. If a
lino buggy or draft harness is wanted,
manufactured from the very best inaterial.or
good saddle for either man or woman, or m
fast saddlery or harness of any description,
the largest, newest ami most complete st ick
will always be found at Wm. I.t nwio &
Co. 's 151 Commercial avenue; also a full
stock ot curry combs, brushes, bridles, hal-tc-i-s,
harness oils, whips, collars, hamcs,
strops, line, buggy cushions.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
For the accommodation of the public
gmi'ially, I have removed from the factory
building, corner of Seventeenth street and
Washington avenue, to No. 101 Commercial
avenue, where I am better prepared to dis
play my largo stock, consisting of household,
parlor and kitchen furniture, which for
quality, neatnes and price cannot be sur
passed. I AMI' ( IIAllt-l AND ( Ittl.DltKN S ltl'lMIK
A specialty. Everybody is invited to ex
amine my stock. Remember the place, Sixth
and Commercial, next to Dan Hartmann's
old stand. Respectfully,
Just received at The Bcllktin office a
stock of paper especially for "Hectograph"