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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
4NTERSD AT TUB rOST OFFICE IS CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, A SECOND-CLASS HATTER.
OFflClAL PAI'BR or ALEXANDER county.
Krnest II. Thielecko, City Editor.
Only Morning Dailj In Sonthern Illinois.
TABER BRO'8 Manufacturing Jeweler?,
No. 128 Commercial ave., Cairo, III.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
SlOKil OPFIOi. I
Caio, III.. Ausut IT, 1880. (
Time. Bar. Thet,
num. Wind. Vel Weather.
7 " sw.ai
10 " 80.M
Zip. m., vw
Martmam Temperatun. &. ' ; Minimum Tem
perature. 74' : Rainfall OA) Inche.
River 8 feet 10 lnche. Fvl B lnch?,g RAT
Sere't Signal Corni. U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! In thl column, live cent! per line, each
The undersigned will, on and after
May 1st, be prepared to turnish our citi
zens a first rate quality of ice rream,
eoual in everv wav to that furnished in
Chicago, undo fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced artist and cannot
ls.il to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
ttifihed at f 1.25 per gallon in quantities from
gallon upwards. Roeekt Hewett,
TO THE SICK.
To the invalid public everywhere, whose
leans will admit of. their securing treat
ment with the Electro Vapor and uiedicat
d baths, we beg leave to bid them hope !
There is no time to waste in despondency 1
Health is again within your reach ! If drug
treatment has failed to benefit you try
something else. Thousands have gone to
ri. .!,.,.,.. r,.;.i. ,i, ..... . ,!:
tressin maladies and returned cured. Our
qtratpm nf treatment M nnsitiv-lv n ini.
provetnent upon those springs, because we
nave all their medical aavaiituges, with tne
. addition of electricity, which
every intelligent physician now
concedes to be a powerful curative
Jtrent in the hands of Science, we here ad
ministered hundreds of theso baths iu every
Torm of disease acute and chronic to all
ages and both sexes.-And we unhesita
tingly affirm that there is no single or com-
tnacd remedy that has come within the
range of our knowledge during an extcn
ive practice of over twenty-five years stand
iag which carries such speedy and complete
relief to suffering humanity as do these
fcaths where judiciously administered
Bathing hours from eight to eleven A. M.
from one to five, and from seveu to eight P.
M. Office of Dr. Wm. II. Marean, No. 140
Commercial avenue between Eighth and
A. W, Busset, St. Catharines, Ont,
'writes: 1 have been a sunercr lor years
with dyspepsia and indigestion and have
tried numerous remedies, but none havo
done me any good, until I tried your Spring
'Blossom. I can now, sleep, relish my food,
have no headache and am in fact perfectly
cured. I can confidently recommend it.
Jraul G. Scbuh, agent.
. Mr. Fred Koehler opened his meat
market on the corner of Nineteenth and
' Poplar Saturday last and displayed an im
mense quantity of the choicest meats of all
kinds. Having furnished our citizens witli
' meats as far back as the memory of man
(reaches, he is acquainted with the their
ceeds and wishes and has made a practice
of catering to their wants. He buys only
the best and healthiest stock in 1 ar; num
' ban and therefore his patrons are assured,
when purchasing from him, that they re
cive tho most wholesome meats at reason'
able rates. The place, corner of Nine
Xcenth and Poplar, should not be forgotten
THE BOSS PUMP
'Is the best cistern pump ever used. It
'purittos the water, carrying several gallons
-of air to tho bottom of tho cistern at every
xro of the crank, cannot get nut of order,
u noiseless and cheap. Hundreds of them
mn in use and iu no case would tho pur-
kuer do without them. Send tor price
list or call and examine them, at our lum-
oilce. Lancaster & Rice, Agents.
aeneral repairing establishment where
Ale Auuiiii una VL'cutvA n inuuiuiu buu
couring, cleuuing and renovating clothing,
rill be uoiid on short notice. He will carry
fall line of piece goods, and manufacture
suits to order, guaranteeing satisfaction.
ihop in Alba s new building on Couimer
Geo. Meredith, Jersey City, writes
'The Spring Blossom you sent mo has had
'the happiest effect on uiy daughter, her
hnidarhu and denrrssion of tnlrits has van-
'fched. She is again able to go to school
ttod is as lively as a cricket. I shall cer
'Aunty recommend it
to all my friends.
IPaul G. rkhuh, agent.
, Thb War ahono Boot and Suob Dra(,
KM U raging, but it is generally conceded
tfctt the best plnco to buy is at C. Koch's
fcoe store, where always will bo found the
largest and best stock of custom hand-made
' lieti nnd shoes tor tho lowest prices. Wo
k r dally rocolving new goods, and doubt
lees carry the largest stock of custom-made
" rods in tills city, nf the best manufacturers.
rot bargains call at C. Koch, No. 90 Coin
Martial avenue, between 0th and Otb streets.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! in thee columni, ton cents per line,
each Insertion. Marked
Mr. Hobt. Smyth is in St. Louis.
Fresh Oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
Mr. Thos Lewis, who has been quito
sick for several days, is improving.
Mr. Sargent the old gentleman has
been seriously sick for several days.
"Between the Acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsmnyer's.
Mrs. Al. Hurd is again at home. She
has been away a month or two for her
Capt. Chas. F. Nellis went out out in
the country yesterday to interview the
Large pictures of Ilancock lifelike
size adorn the walls of many of our
Mr. Walton Wright yesterday received
a number of large and handsome posters
Mrs. Wm Emery, who attended her
husband to Paducah several days ago, re
turned yesterday morning.
The temperance people ot Mound City
gave a social hop yesterday evening which
was attended by four couples from this city.
Fresh oysters by the can at A. T.
Baun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Mr. Gus Williamson bid farewell to
his care3 and duties for one day and come
down on a visit Jo his relatives Sunday.
Capt. Shields was yesterJay apprised
of the death of his brother-in-law at St.
Louis, and left for that city by the afternoon
Job work, all kinds, up stairs over
Taber's jewelry store. Alden's job office.
Miss Maud Rittenhouse left on the
City of Providence, for St. Louis, yesterday
evening, and will return after a ten days'
Mr. Herring the express messenger of
the Southern company being ill, Mr. Will
Tink will occupy his place until his re
covery. -A newly married railroad conductor
who makes Cairo his home is in the re-
ceipt of a handsome cradle a present
from thoughtful acquaintances along the
Mr. Jos. Bernath, connected with the
NeweIrV establishment of Taber Bros, left
for Philadelphia yesterday evening, lie
will probably be absent three or four
The Mt. Vernon News s:iys: "John
Oberly, Democratic candidate for secretary
of state, is heard from in various parts of
the state, and is doing excellent service for
Miss Ayers, who has been in Spring'
field, Ills., for soma months, was called
home by telegram because of the serious
illness of her grand-father, Mr. Thos
Lewis. She arrived yesterday.
-Mr. Will Smith, who has been out in
the west, roaming among the wild scenes of
the uninhabited and uncivilized regions for
the last four months, has returned and is
looking and feeling first rate.
Martha Newson, an old colored woman
and a member of Parson R;x s church,
died in a house on Twelfth street near
WBshinrrton avenue yesterday. She will
probably be buried to day.
A colored woman living near the brick
yard and who was much respected by the
entire neighborhood in which she lived,
dipd yesterday. She was a member of
Rev.Rix's church and will be buried to-day
-An exchange makes this plain proph
Vr"rk'ld Qcott TTancock
" ill Succeed ----aves
Mr. Lynn, of St. Louis, who was con
nected with this office four or rive years
ago, and whom the world is evidently treat
ing kindly, is in the city visiting at the res'
idenco of Mr. .1. S. Hawkins, and called on
The Bulletin yesterday.
Fresh Oysters at A. T. DeBaua's, 50
If you havo symptoms of chills or jaun
dice, or bilious complaints of any kind, go
to Geo. O Hara and buy a Forbes' Liver
Pad, No. 1 . It is a sure cure if worn accord
inrr to directions. Ask for Forbes' Pad
It is going to be very cold winter,
sav the weather wiseacres. The fact that
ll.. nml.SnAftnn tlM 1 1 Ml tt II fl fllfil fit Ail
i . u:n' if
extravagant price u. i.mB
even in this warm weather.
News was received hero from New
Burnsido yesterday to the clfect that on
Friday last, while the Republicans were
holding a barbecue there, a Democrat who
halloed for Hancock was slAt aud killed by
a Garfield man.
Every arrangement has been made by
the Temperance Association for tho ice
- cream sociable to bo given in the Reform
hall this evening, and all who attend may
expect tho best of cream and a pleasant
time. Don't forget It and go.
Tho Cairo and vmcennes railroad com
pany will to-day commence graveling tho
approach to thoir new freight depot on tho
west side of tho avenuo and from there ex
tend the graveling over tho uutlro railroad
yard. This will be a decided Improve
nicnt and ono not to be sneezed at by
friends or foes of tho road.
DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Yesterday evening while the little son
of Mr. Jan. Ross was at the Tenth street
pump watering his father's horse, the ani
mal became frightened at something, and
jumping aside, threw him 'to the ground,
breaking one of bis arms, ne was at onco
taken to his home and a physician sum
moned who set the broken member.
Saddle Rocks at A. T. DcBaun's, 50
Capt. Wm M. Williams, yesterday
evening received, from Chicago, several very
handsome samples of Ilancock and Eng
lish suits, but the boys being pretty well
supplied with such articles, tho firm send
ing them will not be very apt to make a
"stake" out ot our boys.
-The sidewalk railing on second street,
back of the Illinois passenger depot, was
knocked down three or four weeks ago by
a runaway horse and is still down. A person
falling from the walk at that place is sure
to break a limb and stands a flattering
chance of breaking his neck wherefore we
call the attention of the city authorities
The water in the Upper Mississippi is
getting quite thin, and in many places the
bottom of the river is unpleasantly near
the top; to Clarksvillc there is four feet,
and to Keokuk but little more; above
Keokuk, about 3 feet large. Below St.
Louis the channel is still very ragged, and
boats meet with considerable trouble with
anything like a fair load.
Illinois, it is said, has 30,000 colored
voters.The Republican party has soino reason
to love the dear colored brother. But Repub
licans don't fall madly enough in love with
the negro to give him any ot the offices,
The Republican is only in favor of giving
his colored brother the right to vote his
ticket. Yet the negroes really hold the bal
ance ot power in this state.
Fresh oysters by tho can at A. T.
DeBaun's at 50 Oeio Levee.
During the month of July, just passed,
the Equitable Lite Assurance society paid
policies as follows: Five of $10,000; one
of $9,000; seven of $3,000; two of $4,000;
five of $3,000; twenty-two of $2,500 and
under, and has not, and we think it safe to
say, never will, have a contested claim on
its books. Read their double column ad
vertisement on rnether page.
Mr. C. Pink was expected homeyester
day but did not arrive. He will now prob
bably come to-day. He has been to Eu
rope visiting the principal cities of both
England and Scotland, for the benefit of
his health. The employes in the express
office here, in coutemplation of his early re
turn, and out of personal regard for him,
have decorated his desk in the office hand
somely with evergreens, and fumishod him
with a nicely upholstered and comfortably
constructed arm .hair.
"Between the Acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsmeyer's.
The sprinkler, belonging to Messrs.
Schwanity & Feuchter and employed in
sprinkling Washington avenue between
Sixth aud Tenth streets, came near being
transmogrified into smithereens yesterday
afternoon. The horses attached thereto be
came frightened at something and started
oft at a tear, running about the length of
two squares, when the stout and cool de
termination of the driver and the substan
tial reins proved too much for them and
they concluded to resume their regular
Yesterday morning Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Scott were taking a drive up Washington
avenue and were being followed by an
other colored man, also in a buggy. When
Scott turned down Nineteenth street and
when about halt way between Washington
avenue and Poplar street, the man behind
urTiwl his horse forward in an attempt to
pass Scott. But the animal reared and
dashed forward and to ono side so suddenly,
that the vehicle turned over, dumping the
occupant out opon tho street in a manner
uot exactly in accordance with the rules of
etiquette. But falling on lus head, uo
damage was done.
The general inactivity of the marriage
bureau is made at least bearable by tho
promise of a lively time coming. The
number of popular young society belles
who are blossoming out with dazzling
jeweled rings in the vicinity of the en
gagement finger, bespeaks a matrimonial
boom for next fall as "big as a balloon."
Summer evenings and romantic moonlight
walks and rides furnish Cupid witl- all
the tender hearts he can perforate with his
tiny arrows of love. Autumn frosts ripen
and chrystalizo them, and matrimony im
parts everlasting bus. in some cases
Last Sunday afternoon, one Dennis
Slavin entered the saloon of James Man
ning with a number of other num, and
called for drinks for tho crowd. As the
others were drinking Mr. Slavin attempte
to pass out of tho back door, and in pass
ing Manning, whispered something in his
ear upon which the latter picked up a hot
tie and struck him beside the head, cutting
the upper portion of his right ear entirely
off. Chief Robinson took tho bleeding
man to Dr. Parker, who dressed the woun
propnrly. Yesterday Officer Lalluo arrest
ed Manning and took him before Squire
Comings, who fined him five dollars nm
costs for disorderly conducj.
A festival was held atVliebeg last Fr
day night for tho benefit 'of tho Baptist
church there. Tho affair was largely at
tended and highly enjoyed by all. Numer
ous schemes were introduced to make th
time pass pleasantly, among which the
voting of several fine umberellas to tho
most popular candidates for the county
offices in the coming election took place
The voting absorbed the interest of the ea-
tiro assemblage and created much merri-
mcnt. The following candidates received curred to us that wo wero guilty of so hcin
each one of those necessary but hard-to- ous a crime as that with which we now
be-kept articles of human comfort: Jno. stand charged. It is this: "We are too
Hodges, for sheriff; Alexander II. Irvin,
for circuit clerk; J. M. Daturou, for states
attorney; and Thos W. Halliday, tor
county commissioner. Tins tells now tuo
wind blows in that section of the county,
All Hancock and English campaign
clubs and other organizations which
support the Democratic candidates,
are reouested to send to W. H.
Barnum chairman natioual Democrat
ic committee. 13$ Fifth avenue, New
1st. The name and location of thoir or
2d. A statement of the number of mem
3d. The names of officers.
4th. Accounts of meetings held.
5th. Report, every week during the
caniDain. of the number and increase of
membership, with the condition and pros
pects of the canvass.
For tho benefit of alt whom it may
concern we make mention of the fact
that the Cairo and Paducah packet, Gus
Fowler no longer carries the United States
mail she having turned that profitable
and unpleasant job over to tiio Cairo and
Evansville packets of which there are now
three in the trade. Thev are the E. C.
Davis, the Idlewild and Cook. Formerly
the Idlewild and Arkansas Belle were the
only through boats from this city to Evans
ville. aud they armed here but once a
week, but now, since the company has put
three boats in the trade, there is a down
boat from Evansville every day in the week,
exceDt Monday, and persons desiring to
vUit towns or cities above the festive city of chronic grumblers, that we have made ar
Paducah can do so without laying over rangements with George Steinhoue to keep
there and having their morals corrupted,
This being thus, the passenger trade of the
Fowler will be considerably reduced, since
she will be patronized only by those who
desire to visit Paducah or some burg this
side of that place. I
Wm Stern is a Mound City saloon
keeuer of the Radical persuasion whom
God Almighty has endowed with more
prejudice than common sense and who re
fused to be patronized by his Democratic
fellow men on the occasion of tho free
Democratic barbecue held at Mound City
on Thursday last. We are told that this
lover of GarQeld and hater of Democrats,
although he had untold numbers of tilled
bottles and beer kegs in his possession,
closed his shop at tour o clock, in
tda ofiornnnn cwi'krinf that no Dutno-
,r.t.hnul.ln.troniZfl this establishment, if
he knew it. The Democrats, who were
temperate to a man, were not at all incon
venienced by this freak of Mr. Stern and
regarded him as the chitd which threw
away its bread iu a pet and went to bed hun
gry, but the Republican visitors who had
been attracted more by the excellent barbe
cued meats than anything else,and who had
acouired a drinking habit by meeting in
the warehouse of the city brewery, in this
ity, suffered untold misery and were com
pelled, for once at leant, to return
home with steady steps and clear brain.
Tho grand union depot, of which there
has several times been some talk anion;
our railroad men and citizens, is now a cer-
ain thing of the near future. Mr. Klein,
the brickyard man, has the contract for fur
nishing the brick and commenced placing
thitn upon the situ ot the building yester-
Jay. He is to hasten the material down
there, aud the work w ill be pushed with
energy. The building is to be erected on
the plane below the St. Charles hotel; is to
be two story and amply large to answer all Mr. Joy is in need of a dwell
the purposes for which it is to be construct- mg at the present time we will wager him
ed. Four roads the Narrow Gauge, the
Cairo and Vincennes, tho Mobile ami Ohio
and the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern are to bo accommodated in it,
and hence we may expect to see a structure
of considerable magnitude. Tho compan
ies have determined to make it one of the
most substantial buildings in tho city, and
hence there is not the least doubt but that
it will not only add materially to tho ap
pearanco of that portion of tho city, but
will also contribute to its commercial im'
That staunch Republican journal, Bar
ton's Free Press, thus speaks of Joo Ro-
barts.thu man,wlio is dabbling in Alexander
county politics. Tho language used is
rather plain considering that it comes from
a Republican source: "Joe Robarts inflict
ed his ignorance and cheek on the citizens
of this county on Tuesday evening of last
week by making what ho calls a "speech"
at Murphysboro, Tho meeting had been
advertized fur Congressman Thomas, but
that gentleman being late in arriving, Joe
pushed himsL'lf in to fill up tho time. No
better plan can bu adopted to insuto tho Ac-
feat ot tho party in tho county. Joe Ro
barts is known here, nud is a loud that will
break tho back of tho Republican party
that party allows him to pile himself on top
of it. lie had better remain in his obsour
ity down In Pulaski county. Tho central
committee should see to It in season that
he docs not foist himself upon the people
any more. Tho party has enough heavy
loads without attempting to pack his two
hundred oud twenty-five pounds of corrupt
AUGUST 24, 1880.
In our pursuit of fame and fortune In
the newspaper lino we, of course, expect to
hear many disparaging and discouraging
remarks as well as complimentary remarks
concerning ourself, but it never once oc-
young." "Oh, yes," says Mr. Worldly-
wise-man, "he gives us more news than we
ever received and pursues the right course
generally, but then, you Know, ne s too
young." We feel very guilty of this awful
crime and hang our head in shame as we
write this item, fully aware that a generous
public, though apt to forgive many wrongs
will never pardon us for a crime so notori
ous, it was only the other day mat, on
request, we modestly ventured to give our
opinion on some political question to an
old gentleman, but finding that his usual
stock of information had forsaken him he
was unable at that moment to reply to our
statements and effectually disposed of them
by a true Pickwickian wave of the hand
and the remark: "Why, young man, I
voted before you were born!" That was
enough. We wilted. We felt at the bot
tom of our heart that our statements,
igh true, wero false and that this
was so tor tne simple reason mat i
voted before you were born. And
we walked off with tearful eyes and
melancholy thoughts, mentally cursing our
fate iu not having become twice as old ir.
the same length of time. But like the wor
thy Georgian, whose name we have forgot
ten, and at whom the same charge wa
hurled like a thunderbolt, we are fond of
vindication, and will say firstly that wt
can't help our age and that it is not our
fault. Second, we are trying to grow older
every day. Third, we arc succeeding.
Fourth, we will be much older than we are
before we undertake the impos
sibility of pleasing everybody and
fifthly we may say, for the benefit of the
our head shaved in order that we may be
able to present a bald head to their critical
gaze on short notice, and thereby not only
satisfy a popular prejudice but be enabled
to "hold our own in whatever argument
we may engage,
-The editor of the Sun is a young man.
True, so are wt but we have a fatherly
feeling for him, and it pains us to see him
lie as outrageously and so entirely regard
less of the sacred truth as he does. In fact
he lies we say it kindly as only a Repub
lican editor whose conscience has strayed
to the north pole and who has long been an
outcast from the Democratic fold, can lie,
and we take this opportunity to tauntingly
tell him that un'ess he shall imitate our
example and become as truthful as the
books ot Moses he will sooner or later em-
Mgrate to the domain of the trident-tailed
boss of the sulphurous regions and there
receive the vials of wrath which are only
in store for men w ho have degenerated as
he has and who are of bis political persua
sion. But to thif point. He says that we
speak of our colored friends as "niggers."
God forbid the thought! for in so doing we
would only be imitating Col. John Reeve
who styles all those colored men "Demo
cratic niggers" who refuse to be used as his
tool and sign a pledge which requires
thctn to vote the straight Republican ticket
We have too high a regard for our colored
people to either by word or deed offend
their tender sensibilities and have labored
unceasingly to gain their good will and
esteem- And now that we have, by sincere
expressions of regard, obtained the esteem
and good will of many a good colored man,
this swamp angel from Carmi; this personi
Hcation of nonenity, doth accuse us of a
crime, rather than be guilty of which we
would lose our good right hand ycs.lose cur
lite and sit at the right hand of God be
fore we are ripe for the position. Since
u house and lot, or half
dozen oi uiem, and put tuvui up in ins
friend Souirc Coming's hand, that the
word "nigger" only occurred in these col
umus on one occasion, and then as having
come from the lips of Joe Roberts, John
Reevo Si Co.
It Is claimed by the friends of Mr.
John Reeve that ho did not, while out lec
tioneering kiss negro babies in largo
crowds for the patriotic purpose of "main
tuiuing the Union of these states" and that
ho is too much of a gentleman to do any
thing of the kind. It is possible, notwith
stundiug that we received our information
from a stalwart
say it is possible
this fact that Mr.
kiss the ruby
Reevo did SOT
lips ot ALL
tho negro babies in the county
Wo aro frou to admit that we do uot be
lieve that he would go to the trouble ot
kissing tho babies of widowed colored la
dies of tho county, but must insist that he
did and wo havo tho proot tor it in our
pocket that ho did kiss, and will during
the canvass repeatedly kiss, all those negro
babies who have men, in tho shape of
voters, to claim them as their offspring
if This ho will do, in fact is doing-for the
noble and disinterested purpose of "main
- tainlug the Union of theso states," and
why shouldn't hot Must it bo said that
because Mr. Reevo la a "gentleman" that
therefore ho did not do tho
kissing attributed to htm? Wo think not
It is the experience of all gentlemen that
being a "gentleman" does not prevent ono i
I lips from pressing themselves involuntarily
to "lips of roses ovorwaahed with clew,"
even if they aro the property of negro ba
bies if thereby "the union of these states"
can be maintained. But since Mr. Reevo
has discovered that the "union of theso
states" can bo maintained by the pressure
aforesaid why is it may we not bo permit
ted to ask that our other Republican
friends, who love their country as they do
their God why is it that these do
not "go and do likewise" and
thereby attest their patriotism?
We arc in receipt ot a postal card
dated Lincoln, August 15th, which states
that the asylum for feeble minded children
will open on September 1st and that no
pupils will be admitted who have uot re
ceived a certificate of admission from the
secretary; also, that since there aro but few
vacancies, application should be made ut
once to C. 1. Wilburn, who is the super
intendent. The postal says : "Newspapers
are requested to publieh this notice gratu
itously," and since it is not in our composi
tion to refuse a request we publish it forth
with, looking to the future world lor our
ICE CREAM SOCIABLE.
The Young People's Temperance associa
tion will give an ice cream sociable at the
Reform club room on Tuesday evening
next, August 24th, to w hich the public is
Just received at The Boxet:.v office a
v.ock of paper especially for "Hektograph
HON. WILLIAM HARTZELL.
WHAT THE RErCDLlCAX Jf EW'Sl'AI'iiKS OP
THIS DISTRICT HAVE TO SAT ABOCT
Golconda Hera'.d, 3m U ult.. Ri.
"Hartzell was left out because the nioss
backed element thought his Democracy not
sufficbntly impregnated with Bourbon
ism." Sparta Plalndealer-STtU alt.. Hop.
The people had given the race to Hart
zell. and Heilman was just the fellow to de
feat the will of the people at the bidding of
Chi-iter Tribane-i1 b u!l. Rep.
"William Hartzell need never run for, or
be a candidate for congress in this district;
nothing short of a Bourbon will do now.
Hartzell's bill prohibiting payment of rebel
debt has killed him in his party."
I Da Qi :li Triott09-i-i:a a".t, R?p.
"Wm. Hartzell, while in congress, intro
duced a bill prohibiting forever, the pay
ment of rebel war claims, but It cooked his
goose with the Democratic party, and they
beat him last week with a man who is
nothing but a Bourbon."
From the Ava (Jack.on Co,) New, Rtp,
As briefly stated in our last Usue, Judge
Heilman has withdrawn from the congress
ional race, as his card of withdrawal to the
congressional committee states, on account
of a physical inability to make an active
canvass. At a meeting of the congressional
committee, held at Cairo last Saturday, the
withdrawal of Mr. Heilman was formally
accepted and Hon. Wm. Hartzell, of Ran-
loiph county, was nominated by acclama
We were for Mr. Hartzell from the first,
as were also the people whom we had the
honor to represent in the convention which
nominated Mr. Heilman. In our humble
udgment the nomination was the first and
only mistake made by a Democratic con
vention this year, as far as our ticket is con
cerned. We are, therefore, not now among
Mr. Hartzell will poll at least 100 more
votes in this county than any other Demo
crat in the district could have polled. Ava
election precinct will vote for Hartzell al
most as a unit. With the rousing majority
ild Randolph will give, Hartzell's election
is only a question of time till the polls
close November 2, 1SS0.
From tho Jjhmoa Countv Journal R.;p.
The unterriSed Democracy of this con
gressional district assembled at Carbon
dale on the 22nd inst., for the purpoee ot
nominating a candidate for congress.
Heilman and Hartzell were the principal
aspirants. After considerable ballotting.
Heilman was nominated; and thus Hart
zell was shelved forever. He will never
have any show iu this district, where his
Democratic constituents have never
been reconstructed. Hartzell, while in
congress while not a brilliant, was a very
efficient, honest, hard working member,who
carefully heeded the requests of his consti
tuents, irrespective of politics. Tho unpar
donable sin, however, with him was that ho
was too loyal for his party. He introduced
a resolution declaring that rebel claims
should ever be paid out of the coffers of tho
Government, and from that moment his par
ty set the seal of conden nation upon
Burtou'i Free Press (Republican.)
During last week Mr. Hartzell made a
rapid circuit through the district and, as
far as possible, obtained the feeling and
sentiments ot his party toward himself.
At Cairo on Saturday last he made a speech
accepting the nomination, and at once went
into tho work of tho canvass. We are
told that the hostility displayed toward
him at the convention held in this place
has entirely disappeared and that the best
feeling prevails. I
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