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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SHTB&KD AT TUB I08T OFPICK I CAI1U), IL
1JKOI8, Al SRCOND-CLAM HATTBR.
orncuL rxPKBor albxandbr county.
Xfriwwt II. Thieleoke, City Kdltor.
Only Mornlnff Daily in Son thorn Illinois.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thl coin tun, five cent per tine, etch
TO THE PUBLIC.
Hiving been thrown entirely upon my
own .resources, with five helpless children to
support; aud feeling the necessity of double
exertion to make them a respectable living,
I have determined to establish a meat
market in my husband's old shop on Satur
day morning, July 17th, 1MU. I would
respectfully solicit a liberal share of public
patronage, being in limited circumstances,
I desire to make my business as near cash
I will keep the most choice meals, and
will be pleased to furnish my customers, at
as low a price as can be. All orders will 1 0
promptly filled and delivered free of charge
any part of the city.
Mits. Adihe Kynston.
LOS I .
A gold neck chain, for a child , between
my residence and St Joseph church, Sunday,
if the finder will return to me, a suitable
reward will be paid.
. MARBLE IZED MANTLES.
Wm. Davidson, Eighth street, is agent
lor Wm. L. Perkins & IVs celebrated Mar
bleized Mantlet and Orates. They are clc
Cant. FOR SALE.
Saloon and bar fixtures, ice box, coun
ters, mirrors and stock. t Established busi
ness Bince 1801 ; house suitable for a large
family or boarding house. Can be rented
on easy terms; for further information ap
ply at No. 97, Ohio Levee.
The three-story brick building, good busi
ness and dwelling-house, located corner
Fourteenth street and Ohio Levee, will be
rented either furnished or unfurnished to a
good tenant. Apply on the premises to
Mr9. Timothy O'Callahax.
To my old customers and as many nsw
onesvkho road this, greeting: I am pre
pared to deliver in any part of the city ice
of best 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 at all
hours, day or night. Orders tilled either
from wagon or at the ice box.
ICE! ICE! PURE LAKE TCE!
F. M. Ward has entered the field again,
this season, with his ice wagons, and is
prepared, as formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, in any part of the city, every day,
in any quantity desired. The fact that he
give the business his personal super
vision, furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rons will be promptly, faithfully and satis
THE ELECTRO-VAPOR BATHS.
Aro you or apy of your friends sutlering
from nervous debility, uetiralgia, rheuma
tism, dyspepsia, constipation, disease of the
liver or kidneys, female weaknesses, chills
and fever, scrofula, or any diseases of the
skin, mercurial, lead or whisky potsnniug,
or any disease, either acute or chrome,
which you have dispuired ot ever curing by
Ums use of drugs? Do not think there is no
relief for you until you have tried the
Electro-Vapor baths, and you will be as
tonished und gratified at the result you
will so speedily obtain at such a trilling
cost. These Imths have been tried and ure
endorsed by many ot our most prominent
citizens. They ure the universal favorite of
the ladies. 1 hey clear the complexion and
give a buoyancy and elasticity to the step,
which nothing else will impart. Adminis
tered daily at the office of Dr. Marean, No.
10 immmercial avenue, between iv.ghtli
and Ninth ptrects, over Black's shoe store.
A lady always in attandance to receive
Stock and variety of boots and
shoes at C. Koch's, Commercial aveuuo
hoe store, between Fifth and Sixth streets.
We have just received and now on hand the
largout stock of the best St. Louis and Cin
cinnati custom made goods ever brought to
ion cuy, nu styiea ami sizes in men, wo
men and children's shoes, llavinu recently
refitted and enlarged our store more con-
Tcnicntly we now carry the largest stock of
band made work In the city at the lowest
possible prices. Our motto is large sales
and small profits. Also always on hand a
complete stock ot leather and findings ut
the lowest prices. Call around when iu
need of any goods in our line for bargain.
The undersigned will, on and afte
Hay 1st, be prepared to turnish our citi
tens a first rate quality of ice cream
equal in every way to that furnished i
Chicago, made fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ereu to any part of the city. This cream i
made by an experienced artist and cannot
tail to irive satisfaction on truth Orders
left at Ice house, corner Eighth and Luvce
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nisliml at fl.25 per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards, lwnttiir IIkwktt,
Near the postofflce, a bunch of offlco
keys. By leaving them at Sproat't, corner
Twefth and Levee, the Under will be re
warded, FOR SALE.
A thorough bred short horn bull. Four
years old, Apply or address Superintend
ent Illinois Southern Hospital tor Insane,
RANGE FOR SALE.
A twelve foot second hand range in two
sections of six feet each. Apply to or ad
dress Superintendent Illinois Southern
Hospital for Insane, Anna, Illinois.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In these column! , ten ctnli per line,
each Insertion. Marked
Mr. Jack Winter has gone to Carmi,
and will return to-day.
Hon. John H. Oberly is expected in
this city next Saturday.
Alderman Blake has been dubbed
" the Adonis of the council."
Mr. Geo. Milton and Miss Annie Am
mot were married yesterday evening.
Just received a large invoice of No. C
envelopes at Tns Bulletin office. "
The family of Mr. A. H. Irvin has
taken up its residence in No. 29, Seventh
Mr. Miles F. Gilbert, who has been ab
sent from the city on legal business is home
Mr. Thos. Lewis left the city yesterday
on business. He did not inform us where
he was going.
County Clerk Hunim, who male a fly
ing trip out into the country, was at his
post again yesterday.
Mrs. W. II. Ray, w ife of our signal
service operator, has returned irom a
lengthy stay in the north.
The samples of Democratic campaign.
suits have arrived and will be on exhibition
at the club rooms next Friday.
Among the merchants who bought
some of the Texas horses yesterday are Mr
R. II. Cunningham and Mr. Jno. Gates.
Blocks in the Fifth addition, twenty-
nine to torty-eiglit inclusive, having been
vacated, are now assessed as acres.
Thos. Leavy who has been here for sev
enteen years engaged in draying has accum
ulated quite a sum, an 1 will now leave for
Kansas City to engage in farming.
We feel called upon to thank our
many friends for their' numerous compli
mentary notes and other tokens of approval
that we are constantly receiving.
The county commissioners after exam
ining the assessor's books.aJjourned yester
day and returned to their respective homes.
n doing so they passed over the new
county road with the object of ascertain
ing its condition.
Quite a number of our "country
cousins are in the c:ty attending trie ses
sion of the circuit court. But the number
has considerably diminished since the
county and conmissioners court adjournedi
The more the able stalwart editor con
templates Mr. Girrk'ld's record and the late
Oakes Ames' little ''memorandum" book,
the more he is alarmed about the mon
strous "copper hea ls" and the dangers of a
Iu another place will be seen a card
rom Mrs. Kynaton, stating that she has
opened a shop in her husbands old stand.
She has'a good stock and is deserving of
patronage. We hope she will meet with
success in her enterprise.
The Fairfield, Wayne county. 111.,
rcss favors the appointment of Hon. W.
II. Robinson, of Fairfield, to the position
ot railway and warehouse commissioner,
which it assumes will be made vacant bv
the resignation of Hon J. 11. Oberly.
Scarlet fever bus played sad havoc
among the children in this city within the
ast day or two, a number of deaths occurred
and three were hurried yesterday. These
were the children of Mr. Peter Iluber. Mr.
Jacob Klein and Mr. Dan. Fitzgerald,
Politics, like the thermometer, are
running high, but you have to go in the
shade to find them. The Democrats are
confident that victory is their's and that on
the 2d of November their banner will be
ecorated with the people's choice, Han
cock and English.
A thousand pounds of note, letter,
statements and bul-heads. Quaker City
best papers in the market, pure linen fibre,
pure Irish linen, white and colored poster,
light and heavy linen, aure, yellow,
cream, etc., just received at Tun Bulletin
The around possessed in the city of
Cairo by the C. A' V. R. R. and the C. A St
L. R. R. having been, until now, assessed as
lots. The county commissioner's court de
cided to change this at their List session
and hereafter they will appear upon the
assessor's books as tracts of land.
Is it not about time that the silowalks
at the corner of Fourth ami Locust streets
should be replaced? This walk has been
torn up for the last throe weeks, ami the
public, and particularly people going to
i a - int.. n... -. .i .... t.
and troui the Illinois Ceutral depot, have
been put to irrcat inconvenience. Whose
duty is it to attend to. such matters!
A large nutubor of horses from San
Antonia, Texas, are at the Illinois Centra!
railroad yards, en route for Chicago to be
sold. They are in charge of the owner
who has sold quite a . number of
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JJLY 1&, 1380.
them hero to some of our
prominent business men. He sells them at
from twenty -five to sixty dollars a piece.
Mr. Ray has been with us two years,
the customcry time for any one man at any
station ; it being a rule of the government
to change observers at eaeh station at the
expiration of such time. Mr. Ray has been
an efficient officer and, being a gentleman
in every particular, made numerous friends
who would regret very much to Bee him
removed from hero.
Yesterday forenoon Mrs. Henry Whit
camp, who is charged with the murder of
her husband, was brought into court, and,
upon being asked by Judge Harker wheth
er she was guilty, replied that she was
not. George Kohl, was also brought into
the judge's presence, but being a .German,
and there being no interpreter present, was
returned to his cell until such time when
an interpreter shall have been secured.
Mr. Fred Koehlcr contemplates open
ing another branch butchershop on the cor
ner of Nineteenth and Poplar
some time in the near future. Mr.
Koehlcr has ever enjoyed the enviable rep
utation of selling the very best meats at the
lowest figures and treating everybody,
young or old, rich or poor, politely and
honestly, and to this fact, as much as any
thing else he owes his extraordinary suc
cess. There is nothing commendable in feed
ing tramps this season of the year. Far
mers all over the country find it almost im
possible to get hands enough to save their
grain, so that any tramp who has become
so by force of circumstances will now be
at work and only the professionals remain
on the tramp, and are rsfusiug to work at
any price. If they come around, introduce
tliem to a ten-pound boot or shot-gun, and
entertain your "angels in disguise" when
there is no work to be had.
Mr. Michael Fitzgerald, who has for
years been in the employ of Mr. J. B. Reed
learning the machinist's trade, and subse
quently held a position with Halliday
Bro's has left for Palestine, Texas, where
he will seek his fortune. A large number
of his young" lady and gentlemen friends
gathered at the residence of Mr. Jas.
Graney to bid him farewell. He is an in
dustrious and generally reliable young man
and will ao doubt find that tor which he
The Argus of last night contained the
following very pointed remarks in defease
ot the course it has lately pursued :
-There are scores of old bachelor's in
Cairo who have been put on the matrimo
nial shelf owing to thsir ignorance of
things matrimonial, as thejfol lowing stanza
I kaow he 1 aa o. i tiKbelor. a horrid, grumpy
A nty. ipilefn!. c:o jjriined. ur!r fright.
1 wih. John, tint aaci ca'ieri to your wife you
You know a at I do It't sot rijUt .
Wb.Tti'Itbink hitnaing'.e' Why? Oh. Joan. 1 11
mve a fl;:
Did yi j not luar. you r -r.i you lie called deir
ba'v -It ."
We take the subjoined roaiintic item
from the San Francisco Commercial News,
and give it for what it is worth : "Twenty
years ago the steamer Arabian sank iu the
Mississippi river, with COO barrels of
whiskey on board. The current of the
river went on changing, and now the place
where the steamer sauk is dry land, ami the
forgotten wreck is buried forty feet deep in
the sand. The other day the man who
owns the place put down a pump, and the
first liquid he fouud was whiskv in one of
the 000 buried barrels. For a while after
ic had tested the vicinity was held at
1173,000 an acre; but by-aud-by some otie
remembered about the old wreck and the
Mr. A. II. Irvin is assisting county
clerk S. J. Hdium, during his busy period.
He is an excelliut clerk, iu fact, one of the
best in the State. Being a candidate for
circuit clerk, it will not be out of place
icre to comment upon his quali
fications for that position. That he will
get it, there is no doubt and that he de
serves it cannot be denied. While sheriff of
the county he made for himself an enviable
reputation, gaining the confidence and the
respect tin! the friendship of every
voter iu the couufy. Hj is a good Demo
crat, a rapid penman, quick at figures, of
uu doubted honesty and a man of more
than ordinary intelligence, who could and
would perform his duties faithfully and
proiup'.lv. lie is an old citizen of Cairo,
has tilled many positions of trust and never
failed to give the greatest satisfaction to the
people. This being the case his election
is a certainty.
We have neither time nor space to
give our readers a full report of the pro
ceedings of last night's city council. The
uiayor and all the aldermen . were in their
seats. The meeting was one of unusual
excitement. The chief business of the even
ing was tl'.e introduction and first
and second reading of the Dew ordinance
reducing the liquor license. Speeches were
made for and against its passage, but it
finally went thnough with only throe noes.
The champions of the ordinance
admitted that it was through
their failure to ' take immediate
action as the ordinances prescribe, after the
mayor had vetoed the first ordinance, that
necessitated this repetition of the original
routine. The third reading will take place
at the next regular meeting, when It will.in
all probability, pass, and be ready for the
The political world or at least one
half of it is satisfied. General Garfield's
long looked for letter ot acceptance lias at
last been written and given to the press.
It is short and free from rhetorical display
ami will compare favorably with other doc
uments of a similar character. The gener
al cordially and unreservedly indorses the
platform adopted by the Chicago conven
tion, but proceeds to niako special men
tion of some of the topics which are likely
to become subjects of discussion. Ho re
jects the doctrine of state supremacy; de
clares that the Unvted States is a nation;
that every elector should be permitted to
cast his vote unintimidated; that every
civil and political right guaranteed by the
constitution and laws should be enjoyed
by all citizens, and that popular education
free from sectarian influences should be
encouraged, ne congratulates the people
on the success pf resumption and the de
crease of the public debt, and suggests
that the great prosperity which the coun
try now enjoys should not be endangered
by any violent changes in governmental
policy. On the subject of the tariff he
touches but lightly, Oevoting most of his
remarks to the condition of American work
ingmen as compared with that of artisans
in other countries. He favors a continu
ance ol the policy of internal improvement
and particularly mentions the Mississippi
river as worthy of increased attention. Rel
ative to the Chinese the general is in favor
of the modification of the Burlingame
treaty and such legislation as will decrease
the evils of the heathen irruption. In con
clusion, and for the purpose of comforting
the senators and representatives who have
been sulking during Hayes' administration,
he declares that the executive should seek
the advice of congressmen in the selection
of men for appointment to federal offices.
The effect of heat upon the human
system is not to be judged of by reference
to the height of the thermometer. This
the reader will understand if he watches
the instrument with some care for the nxt
week or two. He will find that there are
days when the thermometer is very high,
yet he feels little discomfort; it is very hot
ia the sun, but is pleasant in the shade.
Another day, when the heat is much lower,
the hat will be oppressive in the extreme,
and shade will be no refuge from it, and
the night is, it possible, worse than the
day. During the former weather the
sun will be shining from an un
clouded and deeply blue sky; during the
litter, light clouds will obscure the eun, or
the sun's rays will be reflected from the
white surfaces of detached but heavy
clouds. The rays transmitted through thin
c'.ouls, or reflected from heavy masses,
a.fect the system something like excessive
stove heat, and cause langor and faintness.
There is more of this latter weather in the
north than in the south; that is why the
number of sunstrokes is so much more nu
merous there than here. The subject of
the effect of direct, transmitted and reflec
ted sunshine upon health has .never yet re
ceived the scientific attention it requires.
The graveling of Sixth street between
Levee street and Commercial avenue is go
ing on a rapidly as possible, and when fin
ished the street will present a much im
proved appearance. Mr. Nellis' contract
is tnr five thousand yards of gravel. The
barge load received a few days ago con
tained between six and seven hundred
THE BULLETIN PUBLISHER'S POSI
TION. Certain people who objected to our iuno
cent little item about Mr. Linegar, have
been saying: "Obwrly ought to be writ
ten to. He could fix the thing." We
therefore wish to make a few remarks
about ourself and Mr. Oberly:
In November, 187, Mr. Burnett rented
The Caiuo Bulletin newspaper and print
ing ofiice from Mr. Oberly. Mr. B. tented
the paper and office for one year with j riv-
liege ot two. At ttie end ot tne tirst year
he availed himself of this privilege.
Ever since Mr. Burnett took possession of
the paper and oilkc, he has paid his runt
promptly, and is now several mouths in ad
vance of payments due. Mr. B., during all
the time he has controlled Tiik Bullktin,
has been anxious to please Mr.O.,but he now
respectfully suggests that Mr. O. cannot in
duce him to support any man he wishes to
oppose. Mr. O. can take the paper ami
otfice next November, and do .what lie
pleases with both; but, while TiiB Bullk
tin is in Mr. B.'s hands, Mr. B. will make
Tuk Bullktin a Democratic paper, (not
the organ) according to his agreement with
Mr. 0.,'uul because it suits him to do so,
but Mr. B. will not, to pleasu. Mr. O. or
anybody else, support any man he believe
not worthy of his support. Mr. B. makes
these few remarks for the benefit of the
public and the information of Mr,
O. and others, and while on the
subject will say further, that,
immediately after the nomination of 1).
T. Linegar, Esq., for the lower house of the
general assembly we expressed the fear in
Wholesale and Retail
AND PAINT AND OIL DEALERS
Wholesale and Ketail
Drugs, Taints, Brushes, Window Glass, Brushes, Perfumery,
Fancy Goods, Etc., Etc.
RETAIL AND FAMILY
RETAIL and FAMILY
Cor. Eighth Street and
the innocent item before referred to, that he
would be defeated. At the same time we
said: "Mr. Linegar is a whole-souled,
generous man, haviug his little faults like
othermen, warm in his friendships and not
implacable in his enmities." We intended
to, and believe we did express the belief that
certain prejudices against Mr. Liucgar ex
isted in the public mind likely to result in
his defeat at the polls, but we did not in
tend to, and believe we did not, express the
Intention to contribute to that result. It is
true we did say that The Bulletin wj
"unwilling to try to achieve victory with a
load, that, at the present outlook, seems to
be one that, s'rain as the party may,
it is beyond its strength to carry;" but we
frankly admit that our estimate of the op
position we presumed Mr. Linegar would
be compelled to meet, made it far more
formidable than information.since obtained,
leads us to believe it will be. His nomina
tion has. in fact, been received with favor
by very many of the voters ot both pnrtieu,
and the impression is general that he will
be elected by a flattering majority, and we
have no hesitation in expressing the belief
that Mr. Linegar will make 'one of the
most intelligent, industrious and popular
members of the house of the next general
assembly. In the great work of apportioning
the state under the new census he will be
peculiarly efficient, and on all the im
portant questions outside of partisan poli
ticssuch as the reformation of the pres
ent revenue system, the amendment of the
railroad laws, the application of new rules
to our state education and charitable in
stitutions, etc. he entertains correct opin
ions. On all political questions he will
stand with the Democratic party.
SHEEIIAN AND HOGAN AGAIN.
Caiuo, 111., July 14. ltW.
Mjr dear and very much n'ltntrel Mr. KJllur:
Allow me to congratulate you, iu having
won the ill will and enmity of the very
worst and most ill -conditioned set ot men in
our city. As editor of the daily m wspaper
that stands, acknowledged, at the head and
front of all newspaperdom south of Chica
go, you fill a position worthy the gilts, the
talents, the energy and indomitable
"pluck" shown by you from the beginning
of your career to the present time. If the
Argus-man knows anything, he knows he is
unfit to contend in a discussion with you,
where ability and a disposition to adhere to
the right against prejudice, is to be the
leading feature. If lie knows anything, he
knows he is a poor, weak soul, too innocent
of manly courage to take any stand where
that particular qualification is essential
to success. Is it not a some
thing to be considered quite possible that
"he may have been coerced into showing
himself up as he has so weakly done, in
thi 4 .Sheehan business!" "Hogan, the as
sasin" knows how easily he escaped the
gillows when he murdered his man, in cold
blood" Hheehan, knows, too; and knows
better than any other man in our city, per
haps, just how Hogan escaped. With such
men to intimidate, a much more powerful
organ than the poor, little Argus, might
well be excused if it did harbor u sect el
feur of the consequences ot coming into op
position to the vile doings of very evilly
disposed people. You have heard" the
coiisequeuces, and you know the result.
Was it Mr. Sheehan's iuteutiou to enact
over ugain, and so quite neurly the same
spot, too, the Houan-Arter assassination!
It certainly has that look to a calculating
mind, und, indeed, Mr. Editor, you may
think yourself lucky to have escaped C. 1).
Arter's fate; ami my dear young man, if
you were my brother, or son, 1 u tuny ex
pect to find you, some dark night, dead,
with a bullet hole in your back
or your back brains dashed out with a club;
or murdered, foully, in some other of the
cowardly ways so well understood by the
men who never strike a blow in the face
ot any other mini, or tire a bullet, except
in the durk, or ut a man's back. They
are such men, we know. Does the timid
Argus man know this too aud fear them
Not much wonder it he does. Braver men
than h, and quite as good, have met their
fates at just such hands,
And now, my dear sir, inslt.e youri.ips
and go ahead, and if Cairo's worthy sous
stand by you half as fearlessly as Cairo's
worthy daughters are doing, you will be
better supported than I think you will be;
for to admit a fact that truth cm;cl!s me
to admit. I must admit that our brave
men are much given to an applauding and
clapping of hands after the war is over
aud the victory won, and no wonder.
May they see the rig'.it and do
it, in thb, and this help you the extin
guishing ot crime in all its phases crime
that stalks abroad, so boldly, now, in our
But whether they do or do not, go on in
your good work. And your humble corres
pondent prophesied that "that young
Theilecke would, yet, become a second W.
F. Storey." And you will.iu all that is good
iu him, and not in emulating the evil that
noted individual is burdened with.
Good luck to you !
A JL'T JUDGE.
The trial of "Jack" Powell took place
in the circuit court yesterday. He is the
man who robbed Mr. Jas. Johnson of his
watch some time ago and whose affidavit
concerning Officers lagan's and .Sheehan's
crookedness appeared ia The Bulletin a
day or two ago. When the prisoner was
brought into court the following dialogue
between him and Judge Harker took place:
judge. "Have you employed counk-lf"
Prisoner. "No sir."
Judge. "Why noti Haven't you the
necessary means to do so?
Prisoner "Yes sir, but they are uot in
Judge. Who has theiu?''
Prisoner. "Officers Hogan and Sheehao
took all my money from me and refused to
return it to me."
Whereupon the Judge authori.ed
the clerk to issue an order demanding of
Messrs. Hogan and Sheehan a return of the
isom r's money, which as was stated in
the affidavit was twenty-six dollars and
If any man deserves credit for perform
ing hij duty, then Judge Harker is entitled
to a ''ood share of it. and the iK'iiole will
willingly accord it to him.
FIIOM MILL CHEEK.
OlVIMi ALL TUK NEWS i)A INTEREST IN TIIK
Mill Cheek. July 12th, lSO.
Pltu.e give spare for a few thoughts in
your colums, from this community.
Thraehing has begun, wheat fiae,hay ciop
very good; corn is excellent. We see no
cause why the farmers thould not rejoice,
our flooring mill is iu good plight for the
new crop of wheat.
Our merchants all look for a har
vest this season. Wm. Halls is making
money with the wagon shop.
The weather has been very warm the last
five days in consequence of which the saw
mill has shutdown for awhile.
Dr. Lawrence i? still issuing powders and
pills. Business increasing with him.
We don't see any more items from Elco,
What is the matter The "Horse and
Mare" is rather tired of eating
oats and Truro with his
co-operative Influence has withdrawn from
the field and retired to private life, but
Coublu and DurUain is still making lumber.
Miller Bros. & Co. are progressing with
their grist mill.
Dr, Ken fro is moving on as usual.
Dr. Milan is getting a good practice, and
says as soon he gets able he will put on a
paper collar and claim a seat in church
among the women. Oo on Doctor, your
old friends wish you success aud we
know you will do well without Injury to
yourself or nny otic else, but we don't stop
without saying hurrah for Hancock I the
rhyhtmau in the right place.
Just received at Tun Bulletin office a
stock of jiapur especially for "Hoktograph