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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
HNTKKKD AT TUB POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thl column, eight conts por lino for
first and Ova cent per line each tubavquent Infer
tlon. Kor one month, 60 centa per line.
All ntsrsons. who have uot raid the taxes
on their real estate, and who fail to pay
them on or before Monday, aro hereby
notified that their property will bo sold for
the taxes due thcroon.
Persona, owing personal tax, are also re
quested to call upon the sheriff and settle
immediately, or they will bo called upon
by n deputy sheriff.
JonN IIoixiks, Sheriff.
Notice of Dissolution.
The partnership heretofore, existing be
tween John G. Barnard and John T. Ron
nie, under the stylo of Barnard & Ronnie,
is this day dissolvod by mutual consent.
John T. Ronnie is to pay all debts ot the
said firm, and Is authorized to collect all
accounts due to said firm.
J. 0. Bauxard.
John T. Resnik. '
Cairo, 111., May 25, 1881.
I offer my store and residence, opposite
the court-house, together with stock and
fixtures, at a bargain for cash. Satisfactory
reasons for selling given. This is the best
business stand in the city, especially for
doing a country business. Apply to
J. II. Metcai.f.
Choice Northern Butter.
One hundred small tubs of choice North
ern Butter, put up expressly for family
use, for sale cheap, at 0. M. Alden'b,
78 Ohio Levee. .
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to soil ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ico to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ke is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
cphone No. 02. F. M- Ward,
During the summer season I will ruu an
ice wagon to all parts of the city and will
insure prompt delivery of pure lake ice to
customers, in quantities large or small, to
suit. Leave orders at V. W. Wheeler a wood
yard, on Tenth street.
Geo. W. Si'Ence.
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planters House and being now thor
oughly prepared to accommodate any num
ber of day boarders, we would respectfully
solicit a share of Cairo's patronage in this
line. Our accommodations are equal in
every respect to those ot any hotel in the
state and, as to rates, we aro ready to com
pete with any one in the city.
Botto & Gazzola.
Many, ralroads have discarded the old
mane of scales, substituting the improved
Howe. Borden, Scllick & Co., Agts., Chi
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Cairo Bolletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
uiuur nuicu Biauoncry.
Use Tub Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or 1.00 per dozen.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Trice, 25
cents per box. ror sale by Geo. E. O Hara
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In theae eotamna, ten cents per line,
Kb Insertion. Marked
Smoke Schuh's "Gilt Edge."
Ice cream sociable at Temperance hall
next Tuesday night.
The Egyptian mills are again tn opera
tion. -Sociable by the W. C T. U., Tuesday
eight, Ice cream and etcctras. .
-Mr. Jacob Walter has constructed a
small sewer under the brick pavement in
front of his Eighth street shop, in order to
drain his back yard.
Yesterday's real estate record was as
follows: Maoterin chancery to Charles
Koculer; master's deed, dated January 17th,
1881, for lot numbered twenty-three, in
block numbered forty-five, in the First ad
dition to tbo city of Cairo. Consideration
Men havo been scat out on all the
railroads in this city with posters advertis
ing tho coming grand Fourth of July cclo
1 'ration. The citizens of every town, with
in several hundred miles around Cairo,
will be thoroughly informed of tho attrac
tions that Cairo will hold out to them on
Just received and tor sale by Win.
Lonergan, 200 barrels of cement.
A hail storm occurred at Ullin night
before last, which caused much damage in
various ways, but chiefly to farm products.
A wheat fiold off one hundred .and fifty
acres, Iwlonging to Mr. James Morris, was
completely destroyod, nearly every stock
being broken off near the ground. Straw
berries were also entirely ruined. Tho
storm is said to have raged terrifflcally for
A strictly business meeting was held
by tho temperance people at Reform hall
last evening. Tho vice-president, Geo. 8.
Fisher, presided. Chief among tho busi
ness transacted was the adoption ot a reso
lution to the effect that all the indebtedness
of tho club bo immediately paid. Amo
tion was also made to give tho state tem
perance alliance permission to meet in tho
hall on the fourth Friday in Juno. The
matter was referred to the proper commit
tee. The attendance was good.
Ice cream, cake, berries and an even
ing's enjoyment for all at Temperance hall,
A commitrco of gentlemen wcro out
yesterday soliciting subscriptions for the
Catholic fair to be held on tho 14th instant.
They met with much encouragement from
all whom they visited and succeeded in
having about one hundred dollars sub
scribed. There seems to bo more
interest manifested now in the
needs of tho Bisters by the
gentlemen in tho Catholic congregations
than ever before, which leaves no doubt
but that a sufficient amount of money will
bo secured to enable them to complete tho
The indication on top of Ohio levee,
showing the stage of the river, was placed
there by tho government tor the benefit of
pilots and river men generally. Wharf
master fl. M. Orr attends to it. It tells
what tho stage of tho river was at eight
o'clock in tho morning. Mr. Orr will try
to induce the government beacon light of
ficers to place a. light near the indicator
during tho night in such a manner as to
enable the figures to be seen from the river
during tho night. Yesterday morning at
eight o'clock the river was twenty-one and
a half feet; in tho evening, at six o'clcck,
it was twenty-one feet.
The water craft lying at anchor near
the Kentucky shore is not a pilo driver,
and is not driving piles as "seems
to be believed by some. It is the
wrecking boat "Charley Hill," which was
at work all day yesterday at the foot
of the inclino of the Chicago, St. Louis &
New Orleans railroad company, on the
Kentucky shore, raising tho railroad iron
that sunk there some time ago. Several
cars, loaded with iron, it will be remember
ed, became detached from a train while
being drawn up the inclino and ran back
over the transfer-boat and dashed into the
Yesterday morning when Mr. C. R.
Stuart rose from a good night's rest, ho
found that his leggier had been removed
from where he had placed them the night
before. Search through the house failed
to discover them, and hence it was extended
to other parts of tho premises. They were
finally found on tho ground in the wood
shed, back of the residence, with Mr.
Stuart's pocket-knife and store key laying
on top of them; but about fifty dollars in
money, which was also in one of tho pock
ets of the pants, was gone. Mr. Stuart be
lieves that the thief, by the use of a fishing
rod, drew tho pants through the south side
window of the residence and then ri filed
them at his leisure. Thcro is no clue to the
The great number of improvments
that aro going on in all parts of the city
certainly shows that the citizens of Cairo
are not lazy nor slovenly. On nearly every
street in the city some house is being re
painted, renovated or repaired, new fences,
new porches, new roofs and numberless
other new things aro being mado and,
which is very encouraging to
and pleasing even to a disinterested ob
server, impressing nim with a very favor'a
blo opinion of Cairo's people. But there
is much of this kind, of work to bo dono
and there ought to be no cessation until
every residence and business house in the
city presents an appoarance of which the
owner need not be ashamed even though
ho be more than ordinarily refined in taste.
In tho circuit court to-day tho man
damus case of Mr. J. R. Cunningham will
be taken up and probably disposed ot. It
is likely that the court will decide the caso
in favor of Mr. Cunningham, and rcquiro
the council to declare the vote cast at tho
recent election for the candidates for city
attorney, and the cicrk to issue
to Mr. Cuningham . a cer
tificate of cloction. But this
may not help Mr. Cunningham's caso any;
for tho fact that ho received a majority of
tho votes cast, and that ho may bo declared
by the council to bo elected, and that ho
holds a certificate of such election from tho
city clerk, docB not provo that he possesses
all the qualifications nocesaary to tho city
attorneyship. It ia a matter upon which
there is some difference of opinions, as to
whether a person that is not a licensed at
torney can hold the offlco In question. Tho
city charter is silent as to tho qualifications
essential in a city nttorney, and therefore
it is believed by many that Mr. Cunning
ham, even though he docs not possess a li
cense, would be eligible to the office, it ho
has tho majority of the popular vote.
This opinion would probably be correct it
the city attorney's duties wcro confined
exclusively to cases tried and disposed of in
the police courts of tho city, But this is
not tho ciisc. All tho more impor
tant cases to which tho city
is a party and which arise in tho police
courts, are carried to tho circuit court, and
there Mr. Cunningham is debarred from
practice by tho statuto ot Illinois, 1874,
page 109, chapter 13, section 1st, which
says that nono but licenced attorneys shall
be allowed to practice in courts of record.
Hence, though Mr. Cunningham may have
represented tho city in his own peculiar
way lu a caso in the police court, ho would
bo compelled to abandon tho
caso when it went into tho higher court.
It is not reasonable to suppose that a man
could be qualified to hold tho office of city
attorney, if he is prohibited by tho statute
from performing tho duties of Baid office.
Thcreforo it would seem that, even though
tho mandamus Buit now pending in the cir
cuit court be decided for Mr. Cunningham,
it would not bring him nearer to his object.
Tho French protectionists having sue
ceccdedud in getting the duties on im
ported textilo fabrics increased from twenty-five
to 210 per cent., the manufacturers
will proceed to bleed the unfortunate peo
ple who they pretend to bo serving. En
glish manufacturers will be injured some
what by this protectionist movement, as
France takes about ten per cent, of British
exports. Tho French movement was caused
by dull trade, tho result of bad harvests.
The manufacturers (as the same class did
in this country) have been declaring that
the trade depression was entirely duo to
the admission of foreign goods, and that
the salvation of tho country depended on
a prohibitory tariff. Our American man
ufacturers of textile fabrics, who are con
tinually crying for markets for their goods,
are more effectually shut out of Franco
than ever. The French tariff is their own
medicine administered to them. If they
were candid, they would say they do not
Some days ago the question of , who
should take the prominent parts in the
coming high school examination camo up
forconsideiation in the graduating class.
Thcro havo always been two ways of de
ciding this question, to-wit: either by ap
pointment or by election. Some times
those who stood the highest in tho class
were appointed by the superintendent and at
other times the class has chosen by ballot
from their number those who were to have
this honor. The present graduating class
in tho high school adopted the latter plan
which resulted in tho cloction of Miss
Rosa Go'ldstine for the valedictory; Miss
Tilley Vincent, for tho salutatory, and Mjss
Mattie Petrie for th e class motto. Highly
interesting papers may bo expected from
the young ladies as they were all chosen
with a view to their ability to acquit them
selves in a manner that will reflect credit
upon themselves as well as upon their
classmates. The examinations aro to begin
-Dispatches from Albany yesterday
indicated that Gov. Cornell holds the key
to the situation, and that if he choso to
apply it, the deadlock would bo broken.
There is no doubt that tho half-breeds
suffer from too many candidates, but hav
ing put theniBelves on record that a
caucus is impolitic, they can not now resort
to one for tho settlement ot their
family differences, and consequently they
find it somewhat difficult to bring about a
concentration of their forces. Their policy,
as outlined, is to bring Cornell forward at a
suitable period (perhaps to-day) and put
him through with a "boom." It is thought
he cau easily obtain enough Btalwart votes
for an election, for he has been regarded as
Btalwart enough for all practical purposes;
while tho halfbrecds are content to
take him in the confidence that his accurate
political sense will lead him to support tho
administration. All accounts agree that
Cornell sees that this is his supreme chance.
Having elected Cornell and disposed of
Conkling, the halfbrecds would find it easy
work to select one of their own kidney for
the other term.
It every epithet every adjective des
criptive of general wortlilessness found in
theEnnyclopod ia Britaaica were welded into
one denunciation and hurled ngainst the
Cairo telephone exchange, the act would bo
applauded by every citizen in Cairo, who
has had anything to do with the abominable
thing. Even those nice peoplo who do
not believe in any denunciation whatever,
unless It can bo done in uncertain terms,
would bo less angry and might, perchance,
breath their approval. The Bulletin was
tho most active in advocating the estab
lishment of tho exchange in this city, bo
causo it expected that it would bo of a char
acter that would, in cvury respect, compare
with other systems in other cities; but this
has not been tho case and thoreforo
Tub Bulletin has been foremost also
in denouncing it. For , not less
than two months out of tho six, there has
boon some ailment something wrong some
where, which Boemod to resist all efforts at
correction, skipping liko a will-oMho wisp,
from tho instruments to tho privato wires
and from these to the call wire, and thon
back again. No blamo can bo attached to
thoBe who wero in attendance at the central
office, nor yet to tho manager, for they di
all in their power to Borve the subscribers
and correct every wrong. But their cffortB
havo been in vain, for they could not reach
the seat of tho evil, which is in tho
construction of the system ot wires. Tho
poles are too short, which : made
it necessary to bring tho wires too
close together. Tho wires havo also been
too loosely put up in somo placos which
causes them to sag and almost touch each
other between tho poles. In short the wire
system as a whole is a miserable job and
this is believed to bo, and perhaps rightly,
tho chief causo of tho continuous
disorders. This evil was fore
seen by ono ot tho gentlemen
who was sent hero to superintend the con
struction, who was heard torcmark that the
peoplo of Cairo would not be satisfied with
tho exchange, because it would never work
satisfactorily. The reason he assigned was
the shortness of tho poles, which compelled
him to havo tho wires stretched in
too closo proximity to each other
Perhaps tho company was notiflcd of this
fact by the gentleman referred to. If it
was, then it acted in bad faith towards tho
people of Cairo, in asking them to pay in
advance for something that they had rea
son to beleive was worse than worthless
But even if tho company was not so noti
ficd, it has yet been guilty of negligence in
allowing tho subscribers to suffer bo
long without making a thorough
investigation of the system and either cor
recting tho evil, or tearing out the system
The former action would have satisfied the
people that the company was earnestly try
ing to givo them the worth ot their money
and the latter would havo prevented many
an otherwiso guilcss heart from swelling
with a feeling of sinful anger and many an
otherwiso pious lip from uttering a word
that cannot be found in the revised edition
Under the circumstances, the telephone has
been worse than none, because it almost
daily subjected persons who had become
dependest on it to vexacious disap
pointment. But the company has
now given its promise that tho entire sys
tern shall be thoroughly overhauled and if
it carries out this promise there is reason
to believe that all will yet be well. How
ever, it must not be expected that the sub
scribers shall pay for mocc than half the
time that the present system has been in
A FIENDISH ACT.
Yesterday evening Mrs. Cobler, an csti
mable German lady, living on, Eighteenth
street, went up town and across the levee
in search cf her cow that had failed to
como home. She had reached tho road
leading to Mound City, and was slowly
walking along peering into the woods from
side to side in tne hope ot seeing
the object ot her search, when a young no
gro, riding a white horse, came in Bight.
Sho paid no attention to tho fellow until ho
reached her side, when he alighted, pounc
ed her, violated her person and then drag
ged her by tho hair of her head to a pond
by the road side, with the intention of
drowning her. He was stopped in the con-
sumation of his develish purpose however,
by tho approach of another negro, who
chased him away and assisted Mrs. Coble
to her homo. Tho poor woman could not
walk and had to be carried nearly the en
tiro distance to her home. When sho ar
rived therc,she was still in a fearful state of
mental excitement and her face and neck
were covered with blood which had
come from wounds In her scalp made when
tho black villain dragged her by the hair.
Sho was unable to speak intelligently and
she could not give any description of tho
fellow; but sho thought that the man who
had saved her, in conversation with a party
he met on the way home with her, mentioned
his name. Sheriff Hodges and Marshal
Myers wero both out in search of tho fiend,
but up to this writing, half-past eleven
o'clock,' we havo not heard with what re
Mr. John Fry, salesman in tho clothing
houso of Burger Brothers, contemplates a
trip to Hot Springs for pleasure. Ho will
stay a month or more and, during his ab
senco, Mr. George Shelton will occupy his
place in tho store.
Mr. James Lemon, of Bond county, Ills.,
father ot Mrs. E. A. Burnett, arrived in tho
city yesterday evening. The old gontlem an
has Been seventy-four years and is yet halo
and hearty. He is the oldest now living of
a numerous family.
Mr. R. F. Jonoa, formerly clerk of tho
Illinois Central wharf-boat of this city, but
now in tho employe of the Anchor line com
pany, was in the city yesterday.
The family of Mr. II. O. Phelps, tho
Eighth street photographer, has gono to
Iowa on a visit.
Burnett's Cocoalne for Loss of Hair.
Three years ago my hair was coming
out very fast, and I was nearly bald. I
was also troublod with dandruff; I began
using Burnett's Cocoaino, and my hair im
mediately stopped coming out, and has con
stantly boon gotting thicker. My head is
now entirely froe from dandruff. My wifo
has used tho Cocoaino with equally as rat
ifying results. ' M
P. T. Platt, with F. MacVeagh & Co.
Burnett's Extracts aro tho purest fruit
Half the ills of human life procood from
a tornld and disordered 11
"vn kiuuuiik lit
them no longer whilo "Sellers' Liver
l'Hls" wm cure you quickly. Prico 20 cU.
190 Commercial Ave. between Eleventh and Twelfth Streets,
Is very busy making
Now is the time to give him your orders to gat work well
and promptly done.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE REPAIRING DONE
neatly and satisfactorily.
GIVE II I M A OALL.
A. BLACK'S Shoe Store,
ON COMMERCIAL AVENUE, BETWEEN EIGHTH AND NINTH STREETS
Largest; Shoe House in Southern Illinois.
Ladies' Buttoned Shoos, Goat or Kid, jver pair $2
Ladies' Philadelphia Make, worked buttonholes, per pair 2
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Serge Shoes, per pair ..'
Ladies' Kid or Goat Newport Ties, Kid Lined, per pair 1
Children's Sole Leather Tips, Buttoned, per pair l
Ladies' Cloth Top Buttoned Shoes, per pair l
Children's Slippers, any style, per pair
Ladies' Kid Opera Slippers, per pair
list op letters remaining uncalled
koil in the postokkice at cairo, ill.,
FRIDAY, JCNE 4, lbSl.
4 LADIES' LIST.
Bowers, Olevia Breew, Margaret
Cloyne, Lizzie Cullman, Ellen "
Carle, Josic Geltum, Lizy
Fisher, Ettio Jackson, Annie
Milburn, Jones O'Haer, Mary
Teddys, Juddy Peppard, Hannah
Russell, Josephine Smith, Jane
Schaumburg, Sabina Thomas, Melvina
Washington, Emma Wood, Moses.
Burton, T. W. Balcom, Samuel
Barnura, Dennis Benton, Arthur
Carroll, William Causland. Tomv
Cammell, Jimmy Craig, II. C.
Crawford, II. Davidson, Francis J.
Flemming, John Gatlin, W. M.
Glitkc.Tom Gate. John
Gwin, Henry Galighcr, W. C.
Urithn, Charlie L. Holies, W. O.
Hays, M. Hosier. John R.
Lewis, Charles C. Marett, L. S.
Morean. Lewis Maxwell. George
Magee, Augustus Parts, Bretten
Reed, W. T. Roller. Michel
Rains, C. S. Ritlve. G. G.
Stewait, R. G. (2 Sullivan. Louis
Smith, John Scott, James S.
Thomas, S. M. Taylor, John
Thoburn, Harry A. Vandergrift, G. W. M.
Wilson, Tom Willard. JoaeDh
Williams, J. P. Whelden, F.
Walk, Frank C. Whitehead, A. S.
Persons calling for the above' mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. Mckeaio, Post Master.
Gen. Singleton, of Quincy, paid f USS for
a fiuo Jersey cow the other day.
Tho mortality report of the city of Chi
cago for last week shows that there were
Tho citizens of Mt. Sterling are making
extensive preparations for a celebration of
the Fourth of July.
The semicentennial celebration at
Bloomington, talked ot for July 4th, ap
pears to make poor progress.
A littlo six-year-old son of Paul Ryler,
six miles from Nokomis, was horribly
inultiated by a fierce watch dog Monday
With tho issue of Juno 1 the Quincy
Herald passed from the control of Cadocan
& Gardner to Frank McMastcrs & Co.
rrof. King, tho icranaut, is making prop
ositions to nearly all the principal cities of
tho Btato to give them balloon ascension
exhibitions July 4.
Tho Indiana, Bloomington & Western
Bafe in tho Pckin depot was robbed of $374
on Thursday night of last week. Tho loss
will probably fall on David Roach, the
Joseph Parrott, ono, of tho earliest set
tlers of Schuyler county, was followed to
the grave by noarlyouo hundred of his
descondents. Ho was the fathor of seven
teen children, only ono of whom survives
Hon. Joseph Mann presented Brinton
Patterson, one of the pages of the Illinois
nouso, with a handsome watch and chain
for good sorvices. Mr. M. Gladden, of this
city, who was ianitor of tho cloak room;
was treated in a liko manner. This liber
ality of members in this respect way be
accounted for in the same manner as the
Profusencss of flat-irons at a wedding.
There must havo been an auction ot
watches at Springflold.
ITnlf tAiMd tall -
If (tic tfti-Aiili tlUfl fnii an In at. Tun llut.t.i
ACOOMNO ST'JVE for le. with two Iron pot
two bake pan and twe irndrilr: will be Bold
for ten dollar. Apply at Bulletin office.
J?OR HALE. At a haruain, a pood buirfry and
Mddle hor.e; alxo a good top huBjrwItb har
nea and outflt complete. Kor further particnlar
Inquire at my rexlrtcnrc on C'rosa rtrei-t, third door
eaxtof high reboot lalldlD(t
Sunday, Juno 5, 1881
ON THE STEAMER
The crew of the Three State will jrtre a prand
excursion on that day to our nelKlihorins! city.
The boat will leave Cairo at 8 a. m . landing at
Bird's Point, Fillmore, . .
Wickliffe and Norfolk.
Arriving at Colnmnn at 11:30 a. m. Rftnrnlnc
wlllleaveColombutaUp. ni arriving at Cairo
Anew floor la hclog laid on the foreraatM of tlifl
hoat that will he equal to that of any dauclnif hall
Will Kmory'a HriiM Hand and a firt-e!a Hrlng
band ban. been eni.'ui;i-d for the occasion.
FARE FORTIUS ROUND TRIP,
fjfntlvmnn, SI.0O; Ladle and Children. M cent.
Ticket will be for mlo at Thil Baup'e, V. U.
Stuart' and Paul 8chuh"cljrartore.
ALL ARE INVITED.
A mado by tbe moM eminent irhnlart of England
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prehentive UlHtoryofthe Illble and It Trnnnla
tions." Including a full account of the New Kevl
lon, given to vnbwriber.
Urt chance for agent ever offered. Send ttamp
for particular at once.
Tbo lienry 11111 1'ubliHlilng Company., Norwich,
YOCUM & RRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
OAIHO - - ILLS
M ILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
sold by Barclay brothers.
Larsro Stock. Fresh QmuU
Just Received. Prices Lower
than ever. BARCLAY BROS.