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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JJNE 1, 1930.
TIIE DAILY BULITIN,
ENTER Kl) AT TUK TOST omCty'AlRO,
UNOIS, A8 8ECO)it)-CU!8ATTEU.
OFFICIAL I'Al'cUOF ALEX'DBK COUNTY
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thl column, five cent per Hue, each
DEMOCRATIC MASK CONVENTION.
Tho Democratic voter of AlexoBilcr county are
requested to meet at the court huuiu. Cairo, ou
Friday, June 4ih, lsse, at 2 o'clock p. in., for the
purpose of Relucting deleatei to the state, con
Kreilonal and senatorial conventions, and to ap
point a ctutrul committee for the entiling two
ly orue" oi Mexanuer I uuuiy ikuiui-tuih; tcu-
I). F. I)i a kk, Secretary.
Foil Ukxt A dwelling containing
three rooms ainl a kitchen, situated on
Third street between the avenue. Apply
to Win. McIInlc.
Just received at The Dlxi.f.tis office a
stock of paper especial1' for "Hectograph'
HOLDIERS' RE-UNION AT MILWAU
KEE. JUNE 7tu to 12th inclusive.
Tlic Illinois Central railro.nl will sell
excursion tickets, Cairo to Chicago ami
return, at $10.43 for round trip.
Sale of tickets will commence June Ctli
and continue till the 7th, and will he good
to return until June 13th.
J. Johnson, W. P Johnson,
Gen. Agent, Cairo. Gen. Pass. Agent.
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN AND
AT tniCAOO, JUNE 2.M) AND l)TH.
'DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION AT CINCINNATI,
The Illinois Central railroad will sell ex
cursion tickets at reduced rates.
For further information, apply to station
Ugents. W. P. Johnson,
J. F. TvcKF.it, Gen. Pass. Ag't.
. OSTRICH PLUMES.
Tinted or cleaned by the new liquid pro
cess, at J. Burger's. Old plumes cau be
changed so that no dillereuce can he 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 humi liate
attention. The liquid is also kept by me in
bottles for sale witli full directions for its
use. J. Bntr.Kit.
To my old customers and us many nsw
ones who read this, greeting: I am pre
pared to deliver in any part of thy city ice
of be9t quality and at the lowest possible
price. I respectfully solicit your patron
age and guarantee satisfaction. Ice box on
Eighth street, next to Bristol's, open ut all
hours, day or night. Orders filled cither
from wagon or at the ice box.
The undersigned will, ou and after
May 1st, be prepared to turnish our citi
zens a first rate quality of ice cream,
'equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, mid furnished
iu 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 ou trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nished at $1.2.j per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards. Ror.r.KT Hewktt,
ELECTRIC VAPOR BATHS.
Are you suffering from rheumatism, neu
ralgia, dyspepsia, catarrh, scrofula, consti
pation, nervous debility, female complaint,
or any chronic ailment? If so, do not fail
to try the Electric Vapor Baths. They will
afford yon prompt and speedy relief. Call
and obtain names of prominent citizens
whose health has been greatly benefitted by
their use. These baths are given daily tit
the office of Dr. Marean, No. 110 Commer
cial avenue, betwseu Eighth and Ninth
streets, Cairo, Ills.
ICE! IUE! PURS LAKE ICE!
F. M. Ward will enter the Held again
this season, with his ice wagons, and will
be prepared, as formerly, to furnish pure
lako ice, in any part of the city, every day,
in any quantity desired. The fact that he
will givH the business his personal super
vision, furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rong will be promptly, faithfully and satis
'Few ok thk lu.s ok Like" arc more
prevalent find distressing than bilious dis,
order. I he symptoms are low spirits
want of energy, restlessness headache, no
appetite, willow skin, coi-tiveness and other
ailments which show the liver is in the
proper wny to do it is to use "Dr. Swayne's
', Tar and tfarnsparilla Pills." Their effect
, on tho liver and blood is wonderful, re-
' moving pimples and all eruptions, leaving
the complexion lair una fresu as in youtn
Price- 21 cents a lwx of thirty Pills, or five
: boxes fer f 1.00. went by mail on receipt
of price, by Dr. flwayne & Son, fl.'JO North
Hixtll street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
, .; leading druggists.
. Turn Voltaic JJr.i.T Co.. Maksiiam,
3', 'Mick. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Delta to tho afflicted upon i0 day
trial. Speedy fures twanged. They
mena what they say. rite to thera with
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In th.'ie column, ton cent per lino,
The strawberry season is drawing to a
Judge Bross is away from the city on
a business trip.
The regular monthly meeting of tho
city council takes place to-night.
- A. Mackio & Co. will be found to
morrow at the office of Col. J. S. Uearden,
Five hundred bushels choice northern
peach blow potatoes for sale by G. M. At
den, No. 73 Ohio levee.
Mr. John Foster of Commercial Point
was in the city yesterday, and spent the day
circulating among his friends.
Mr. Linegar went to Dog Tooth bend
yesterday on professional business. He
was expected to return last evening.
The ferryboat Three States has been
repainted and changed in color, and pre
sents a much improved appearance.
A match game of base ball will be
play this afternoon between the Cairo nine
and the Comique niue. Both clubs are
Tom Sproat, who was so badly injured
a short time ago on the Mississippi rail
road is recovering, and will be able to be
out again in a short time.
The Mount Vernon News says : "We
are glad to see Mr. John Q. Ilaruian, who
has been for some time confined to his
room by sickness, out upon the streets
Hereafter the Western Union Tele
graph office will be open day and night.
This is a new order and will be a great con
venience to the business portion of the com
munity, and the public generally.
About a dozen men came down on the
Ilillman yesterday, and left by the Cairo
and Vincennes road this morning for Chi
cago, where they go to witness the big row
to take place there to-morrow.
Capt. N. B. Thistle wood and Chas. 0.
Patier, left by the Illinois Central
last evening for Chicago. Mr. Patier is oue
of the delegates to the National Republican
convention, and Capt. Thistlewood goes to
be a looker-on.
City Jailer Cain has appointed Haz
zard Martin deputy jailer and he will enter
upon the discharge of his duties this morn
ing. Mr. Martin is a good man for tne po
sition, and will see to it that prisoners are
properly taken care of.
Hon. D. T. Linegar, John M. Lnusdeu,
S. P. Wheeler, of Cairo, und Hon. F. E. Al
bright, of Murphysboro, will conduct the
d ;lVnse of Mrs. Wlutcamp, now confined
in the county jail charged with complicity
in the murder of her husband.
Chicago Hotel Reporter: "Mr. Geo.
Turner, late steward of the Occidental, In-
lianapolis, has accepted a similar position
at the New-Deuison, in the same city. He
ucceeds Mr. Ciark, who returns to the
Hon. Win. A. Lemma, of Carbondale,
is in the city looking after his chances for
the Democratic nomination for state sena
tor. Judge Lfimua is an able man and a
good Democrat, and in the senate would
see to it that the interests of the district are
not neglected. .
Democrats of the city and county
should not forget that the county conven
tion will be held in the court house in this
ity on Friday next. It is important tiiat
there snail be a full attendance, for ques
tions o importance will come before the
convention for consideration.
Mr. D. A. Norris of Greenville, Conn.,
was in tne c:ty yesterday, ami kuully
furnished us a few notes and points of in
terest connected with the Soldiers' Home,
at Dayton, Ohio, which he visited oh the
O il,. TIm m itS.r will lie iriti-n'stiiur run,!.
ing, aii'l will DC lurnisiiou to our readers in
a few days.
Mr. Ed. Cor'.is, who is a candidate for
the Democratic nomination for representa
tive Irwin the district composed oi the
counties of Pulaski, Johnson, Massac, Pope
and Hardin, is a brother of Mr. George
Collin, of this city. He is an able man, a
sound Democrat and comprehends the
wants of this portion of the state thorough
ly. We hope to see him nominated and
-The day of judgment is past and tho
day of reckoning is at hand for all who
have not paid their taxes. The sale of de
linquent lots and lands will commence
soon, perhaps to-morrow, and it is said the
soon the sheriff s office will soon look like a
"junk shop" from the uccu in mu latum of
property seized for personal taxes. Jack is
kind and don't want to do it. but the law is
inexorable and he must do Lis dutv.
Owners of horses and mules should
bear in mind that at the last regular meet
ing of tho city council, the city marshal
was instructed to procure a pound, nud to
take up and Impound all stock lound run
ning at large ou the streets of the city. In
obedience to Instruction the marshal has se
cured a pound, ana1 tho first animals a
horse mid a mulo weto taken up yester
If the young men who nightly cougre
. . i . t i
gate on mc (street corners aau iii'tuigo m
all kinds of boisterous and unseemly con
duct could see themselves as others see
them, wo imagine that we know a few
a very few of them who would mako
themselves scarce as street corner loafers
If there is anything that is reprehensible
hi a young man it is the habit of standing
about tho streets making remarks about
passers' by, and particularly ladies.
Oldy and Matt Ferris, arc brothers and
river men. At tho fire on Sunday these
two men, though non-residents nud uot
members of our fire department, went to
work and did most excellent servico.
When it seemed that the Messrs. Halliday
Bros' mill must fall a prey to the flames,
these two men stood in the hottest of the
tire and never once gave back an inch, and
their heroic services is due much of the
credit for having saved tho mill and its tine
What lias become of the fair associa
tion about which there was so much said a
short time ago? Has the bottom dropped
out of the organization, or was there ever
an organization? There is not a point in
the whole southwest where a fair could be
made a greater success than right here in
Cairo. With the vast scope of countrv
tributary to Cairo; with our railroad and
river facilities for transportation a fair in
Cairo conducted on right principles,
ought to pay handsomely. Can't the pro
ject be revived and pushed to a successful
termination. Who will take hold ef the
matter? Don't all speak at once.
We had the pleasure hist evening of
sampling some of tha genuine old Irish
whisky brought to Mr. Hubert Smyth by
Mr. Dowd who has returned to Cairo after
an absence of fifteen years in Ireland. It
is rory strong liquor, different in color and
flavor from the whisky made iu Kentucky
or Tennessee. Although strong, or as whis
ky men would say, of very "high proof," it
is pleasant to drink, being quite agreeable
both in taste and flavor. The package was
tendered to Mr. Doud by Martin Smyth,
Jr., who visited this city some ten years
ago in company with his father,
Martin Smyth, Sr., who paid another
visit to Cairo two years subsequently and
died almost on the eve of his departure for
home. He was a polished cultivated gen
tleman and the sad circumstances of his
death brought sorrow to many a heart at
home and abroad. He foil a victim to a
passion which sought the association of his
two surviving brothers, Bernardaud Robert
Smyth of the firm of R. Smyth & Co., both
of whom were associated in his business in
the old country. His business is now in
charge of his sous. So that tho house Of
R. Smyth & Co., may be regarded as a link
in a business chain which stretches back
over a peiiod of forty yeais.
On Sunday last the most disastrous
fire that has visited this city in many years
took place in the tine mill property of the
Messrs. Halliday Bros., and A. Mackio &
Co. Between three and four o'clock in the
afternoon fire was seen coming from the
roof of the stable counected with the
Egyptian mills, and in an incredible short
space of time the entire stable was in
flames. The alarm was promptly sounded.
and then bv the united efforts of a number
of men who happened to be near at hand
at the moment, all the horses ami mules
but two iu the stable, were released from the
burning building and saved. The flames
spread with dreadful rapidity, communi
cating to and destroying a building in
which was store! betweeu 23,000
and 30,000 dressed hoop poles. The
shed in which the boilers were situated
next caught, and a minute later the en
gine house was iu flames, and the fire be
gan to make its way into the mill itself.
The fire companies were all promptly on
the ground and went to work with a will and
energy which soon gave proof ot their good
work. The boiler house was completely
Icstroyed, but by a great effort on the part
of the firemen the cuginc house was saved
though in a badly damaged condition; but
the machinery was not much injured ex
cent bv water. At one time it seemed as
if the tine mill with all its splendid ma
chinery must be given up, a sacrifice to the
seething element. Flames begin to creep
in at several ot tne windows, ana at one
time the building was on lire both in the
cellar and iu the dut box m the fourth
storv. But the firemen stood their ground
like heroes, and with tho assistance of a
brigade of buckets carriers, succeeded in
saving the mam building and its
ail this was
going on the
Messrs. A. Mackio
corn mills of
& Co., located
stable in which the
hist below where the
fire originated, took tire and iu a very few
minutes tho entire building was 0'ie muss
of flames. The firemen worked faithfully,
but without avail and in a very short time
the whole structure, together with all the
in ichitiery, meal and com on hand was
completely destroyed. The transfer steam
er, MoComb and the tug Montauk, which
lay in the liver directly opposite the mills
did some excellent work, and saved much
property which without their assistmeo
much would have gone the way ot the
Mackie mill, the stable and the boiler and
engine houses. One great drawback iu
getting to work on tho fire was for the
want of huso to match those on the steamer
McComb ami tho iusuilleieut quantity of
hoso belonging to the dillcreut llioconipan
ies. There is not a fire rvmpany lu tie
city which has half the quantity of hose
they should have, in making this assertion
we are fully justified by the trouble
experienced by all the companies at thin
lire. The loss by fire will uot fall short of
$20,000, and of this amount the Messrs.
Mackie suffer to the amount of $13,000,
with only $0,000 insurance, as follows:
American Central, on building and iul
chinery, $2,500; National of Hartford,
$1,000; St. Paul Fire and Marino, $1,230;
Fire Association of Philadelphia, $1,250.
Messrs. Halliday Bros, had $S50 on barrel
house and stock of barrels on hand; and
the mill and machinery was also insured,
but for how much or in what companies we
have not learned. Their total loss is esti
mated at $7,000 to $9,000. They will at
once repair their losses, and expect to have
their mill iu running order again at the
earliest possible day. Whether Messrs,
Mackie & Co., will rebuild immediately is
not certain. We hope they may and that
they may soon recover their losses.
POLICE COURT NOTES.
John P. Hogan picked up a plain
drunk, and Justice Comings sent tho drunk
to the city jail for five days.
Officers Whus and Tyler had Dave
Murdock before his honor, Olmsted, on a
charge of "drunk and disorderly." A fine
often dollars and costs was taxed against
the defendant and a stay of four hours
Henry Koch, a twelve year old lad,
was arrested by Constable Sheehan on a
complaint sworn out by Mrs. Maniou,
chargiug the aforesaid Henry with assault
ing the littlo daughter of the aforesaid
Mrs. Manioa. Henry was lined five dollars
and locked up in the calaboose.
Bill Carroll was before Squire Robin
sou ou a charge ot disorderly conduct.
Bill went to the bagiuo at the corner of
Fifth street an 1 Commercial avenue and
used some very naughty language to the
proprietors of the house, for whieh she ha I
him arrested. Carroll was fined live and
costs. Dunker and Hogan made the ar
Charles McDonald came to the city on
Sunday on the steamer Champion. Charles
was full of "com juice" when he arrived at
the landing, ami the effort to gain the top
of the levee was too much for him he fell
by the wayside, and was taken in by Officer
Schuckers, Yesterday Magistrate Olmsted
taxed Charles one dollar ami costs winch lie
paid, and went his way rejoicing.
Mr. J. C. La Hue retires from the city
niarshalship to-day, and his successor, Mr.
Robinson, enters upon the discharge of the
duties of the office. Iu Mr. La Hue the
people of Cairo had tin efficient, capable,
honest servant, who worked with an eye
single for the best interest of the city,
While he is not one of the meu who make
a noise and bluster over his work, he ac
complished as much and more than many
of hi j predecessors, and in the future his ad
ministration of tlie marshal's office will be
regarded by right thinking men as oue of
the best the city has ever had.
Arthur Frost and Jim Robertson
"squabbled" on the ferryboat Three States
on Sunday morning. Robertson was u"t
squabbler enough to hold his own with Ar
thur, and came out of the squabble much
the worse for having taken a hand in it.
Yesterday, in order to get even with Frost
he had that gentleman arreted, and Squire
Comings fiued him five dollars. Frost in
turn swore out a warrant for Robertson,
and he, too, was fiued five dollars and the
trimmings, amounting in all to eleven dol
lars. Failing to produce the "seals," Rob
ertson will be found at the city jail.
Schuckers was the officer iu both cases.
Ellis Lewis and Jim Hmnon, a couple
of well-known confi lencc men aud pick -pockets
were yesterday morning taken into
camp by Oliicsr Frank Schuckers. These
men arrived in the city on Saturday morn
ing, but were not spotted until yesterday
morning. When approached by tho officer,
H.iunon showed a disposition to resist ur
rest, but was "pursuaded" to go along and
wn loc'ied' up. Later in the day the pair,
were taken before Magistrate Olmsted, and
a charge of vagrancy preferred agiinst
them. They plead guilty aud his honor
assessed a line of fifty dollars and costs
against each, and gave them two hours to
leave the city, and they went.
TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF
THE EIGHTEENTH CONGRES
At the Jnckion county convention, held
tit Murphysboro, on the 2th iust., I re
ceived ou the first call of the preciuts,
thirty niue of the sixty-two votes given for
candidates for congress, but before the re
sult was announced from the chair, chauges
were made to an extent that gave Judge
Crawford a majority.
Though already having the uuttfuuous
support of Williamson county, I had fully
intended iu the event of not receiving the
support of my own county to withdraw uiy
name from the canvass, but neither my
own self-respect nor the best interest of the
Democratic party requires that I should
quietly submit to an J accept as conclusive,
action secured as this was bv unknown if
not unfair influences at a time when it
has impossible either to expose or counter
act them. I make no charges against the
delegates themselves. No one questions
their right to change their votes, but I pro
test against the means by which that
change was effected.
That I have not urged my candidacy
with undue persistency is sufficiently shown
by the fact that I have not been outside of
my own precinct siueo the announcement of
my name in thiscoiiiieotiou,except to attend
thi meeting of the congressional .central
committee at Cairo and our own county
convention, while my correspondence has
boon limited to one friend lu Williamson
county, and lo two of over twenty years'
standing in Alexander, and possibly a
THE PALACE CLOTHING HOUSE.
Will, for the next ten flays offer extraordinary bargains in
Of which they have just received one of the
Ever brought to this city. v
Dollar Lace Undershirts!!
Is larire, of the BEST QUALITY and are meeting
with a larire sale.
Thii house secures the Latest Styles of all ;ood as soon
as they are out, and .since their sales are quick, their stock
is always fresh and stylish.
KEMEiALUEH TUK PLACE,
No. 108 Commercial Avenue !N"o. 108
tain m j,
uotes in Jackson county
little mere than a f
of my position, every
of which may be freely shown to the pub
lic. Add to tins a telegram to a gentle
man atten ling the Perry county convention
asking for support or an uniastrtie'.ed dele
gation from that county, and you have it
all; and I hope this publication will not
be thought an unwarranted departure fi"m
that line of action. Howevi.r much I may
desire or feel honored by a non.iuutio.n. I
ssek it ou'.y by methods upon which there
shall be no taint, and as a tree txpiesMon
of the wishes of the Democratic party of
I respi'Citttlly ask the Demratx pipers
of the district to give this article an ins. r-
ti.iU. NKI.sON W. (ht.WIAM.
C.VKU .ND.W.K. Ills., M IV CO. lssn.
JACKSON COUNTY DEMOCRATIC
MOUKIsOS Foil l'nii-tHK.S'T. Onr.i'.I.T Foil oov-
F.HNoii, auwFo::: kok ( onoufs, and
I.F..MMA Foil STATIC KS. It K.
Mrw'iiYsnuKo. Ills., May , 1-1 ;
Editor Cairo HulU-tia : '
The Democrats of Jicki:i county heid a
delegate convention yesttr.hy, at which j
every precinct in
the county was represeti- I K
Hon. W. J. Allen and W. W. Rarr from
Carbondale; F. E. Albright and O. W. Hill
of Murphysboro: and W. C. Dean, of Avi;
instructed tor Morrison f r president and
Oberly lor governor. The delegates to the j
congressional convention w re instructed to
vote for Hon. M. C. Crawford tor congress
and Judge E. W. lirya:: for member of
board of cipiaiia'ion. The delegates to the
senatorial convention were instructed t
vote for W. A. Lemma for state senator,
and Masteu Rendlemau for representative.
Considerable dissatisfaction is felt through
out the county 'at the nomination of W. A.
Lemma, who bolted iustructi-ns at the i
Cairo judicial convention, and ai'terwraT
treacherously opposed an i largelv c mtri'ju- !
ted to the defeat of Judge Crawford.
Lemma is not the choice ot this county,
but obtained his endorsement through
frauds perpetrated at Ava and other pre
cinct.,. Many of the best Democrats of the
county, in view of the tact triat Lemma has
frequently blted Democratic nomination,
and worked against the party, will uot vote
for him if nominated. For tho sake ot
harmony and the good of the Democracy it
is to be hoped that Alexander count will
put fort ti u good man for state senator and
join with Uiiiou county iu nominating him.
Fur tilt' C'uiro liulleMtr
"Who is Gretcheu,"' Ask you this!
She is oue who's marred my bliss.
One whom I shall not forget.
She has eyes as black as jet.
That can sparkle, smile an I laugh for
With a merriment of grace
In her round and sable face;
(ilist'uing wings of angel light,
May hold demons from the Bight,
To link they iu those eyes of glee.
She belongs to Afric's strand,
And I wish that tar off laud
Had her now to ever keep
Or that the magic sleep
Of Eudymion could crown her brow.
Oh, I'd never go in quest
Of her tranco-like dreamy rest,
Rut let her sleep nlway, I vow!
Magic wand I've none to wave,
So bid thee become my slave.
Palace built of precious stone,
If ye are uot all mine own
If an ogre ye must hold,
Then return ye to the mold I
For whether words are soft and low,
Are musical us love
Are true as stars above,
Sue repeats them not aright,
And she turns their dawn to night.
Till they like Jonah's gourd vine grow.
Oh, the warrior can not rest,
Whcu somo thief hath worn his crest;
Rut alas! it is in vain,
To attempt a shade to claim,
To know ye well, oh, dusky maid.
Yet I think I shall "tako heart,"
For substantial us thou art.
Thou canst not always atay
In thy tenameiit of clay,
To darken o'er lovo'n bright cascade.
ClIKCK TUB KIUsT Ai'I'KO.Vl II of
rhctuiutism, and further attacks may be
escaped, if proper precautions against ex
posure are taken, and there be no hereditary
pre lispoitioa. Unfortunately, people who
ultimate! become chronic suffered too of
ten neglect the trillings twigs nj pfemoni
t"rv stiffue.-s which herald the h ivent of
this agouiing malady. Among the dis
eases for which Ho, iter's liitters has been
f.'Un 1 efficacious tiiis i.s. oue, an i the m-di
cine being perfectly safe, it is certainly U
bo j-referred to drugs used for its cure,
which are frequently u-eh-.-s, and nothing
more nor less than poisonous. The substitu
tion of this pleas mt and pure blood depur
ent fr me iiciucs mimical to life in a
slight overdo,... is a measure which may
:it!y be urged upon persons who desire to
o; tain relief sat'ely, or who have fiile I to
obtain it from the numerous pseu 1 reme
dies fr this di-'-ase in 'lie market.
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FLOUR. ORAIXANI) HAY
Egyptian Flouring: Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for WUeat.
lai icy Groceries
Flour of all tirades. Selected Tea.
Pure Ci dices ami Spices-.
Choice Syntps and Molasses, Foreign
and Dome-die Fruits, Canned,
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