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TilK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, ixhq.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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OmUAAL. PAPER OF CITY AND COUNT
WV lira 'itliorlnrt to announce that K. A. II.
WILHANKS, of JaflVjraon comity, U candidate
fur Clerk oftho App illatu Court In thu Kourlh
lMvlnI'm of llliniiiK. auhjnct to tho nociatou of a
cuaveni ion of tho Democratic piirty
We am authorised to announce thd name of
WALTKK WAKDKIt at a candidate for tliu olllcu
of County Judjje of Alvxaader County.
Wenr tnthorUed to announce ,1 notice .JOHN
H. KOBIN.SON aa an Independent candidate for
County ,1 nrt jo at the coining Novemner election.
V!e aro authorized to announce Mr. MILKS V.
l'AHKKJiaa mi Independent candidate for trean
urer of Alexander county at tho coming November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In tine column, eight cents per line for
ArKland five centa per line eachwihaoquout Inaor
liou. Kor one weuk, 30 conu per line. For one
month, WO centa per lino.
DcButns 5(1 Ohio Levee.
Out of tho fire, cor. of 8th ami Levee, my
icehouse and office is at present nt the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and 9th streets. Orders will he
tilled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at LK-Bttuns 5U Ohio Levee.
Southern Hotel ana Kentauraut
Leo Kiel) desires his friends and the pub
lic to know that this favorite hotel is now
thoroughly rcpsirod and refitted in better
condition than before the tire. Meals at
reasonable rates are furnished at all hours.
Good rooms and beds for tho tired, good
tare for the hungry, fine liquors tor the
thirsty, is the rule. Give him a call, tf
iu market at DeBauns 50 Ohio levee
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets b all the principal
summer reports in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, l'ueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. H itca low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
go to DeBauns ofi Ohio levee.
J. H. Hawkins is prepared to pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly and at fair prices. Orders by
postal promptly attended to. No. 2 Win
ter's row, tf
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aad for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
at DeBauns 5u Ohio levee.
Sprout's Retail Ice Box.
Consumers of ice are notified Hint for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundin"'s store where
ice iu anv quantity can at all tiuicB he ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
nut tho Bame as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Use Tub Caiko Hullktin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
inanilla, equally good fur ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the ollicc. No. 2 and
!i. five and ten cents each by tho single one,
by tho dozen. Special discount on gross
lota to the trade,
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be given some enlerpriseitig man
in The Ht'LLKTis Building, which is now
ottered for sala on easy terms, rng time
and low rate of interest. The buildiui:
has rented for the past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
Tlifl property consists of 1 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story 16 x 43. Jits a frontage of fU
feeton Washington avenue anil 150 feet on
12th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, Ac., in the 2 story building
will lo sold with i. For particular ad
dress this ollire, or Joi n 11 Oberly.Hlonni
A tuuk HBsistaiit to nature in restoring
the system to perfect health, thus cimliling
it to resist disease, j Brown's Iron Hit
ters. T 1.1 - i .,
om iiee'i mem; the young want
tnem; me sick crave them; the well take
them; dyspeptics need them ; epicures like
them; men will have them: rhilH run nr
for them; ladies must have, thctn. Hops and
ill nil Ullirn,
How's the Ikbv.
'How's the baby?" "Hiscroiip i better
thin morning, thank you. We giwe him
some or I nomas' biectnc Oil a you ad-
J . 3 .l.-ll . ,
TlBCU, uuviur, m aoau inve nun Mount
more in n hour or o." Next day the doctor
pronounced the youngster cured.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In theee commni, ttin com per line,
acta insertion. Marked
Win. Alba has tho finest barber shop
in southern Ills. tf.
Everybody should attond Mary Mil
ton's benefit at the Theatre Comique Thurs
day night. 2t.
Prayer meetings will by held in the
Methodist and Presbyterian churches this
Mr. James Cannon has gone to New
Fork and will go from there to Saratoga
springs to spend a month for his health.
Mr. L. P. Parker and family, of The
Halliday, havegoue toDutJ'iointospend a
month or longer.
A benotit will bo given at tho Theatre
Comiquo on Thursday night to tho cele
brated ballet dancer, Mary Milton. 2t.
Miss Ilattie La Forgo of New Madrid,
Mo., is making a pleasaut visit to her sis
ter, Mrs. Frank Cassidy, in this city.
A new comer in tho person of a big
healthy boy brought pleasure unto tho
family of Mr. L. 8. Thomas Monday morn
ing. Magistrate Comings was called on
to officiate at the wedding of Mr. Wm, M.
Dddson and Miss Ilattie Hill, of Harlow,
Ky., at tho Waverly house yesterday
Services in the Methodist last Sunday
were rendered doubly interesting by the
music of the choir, in which four cornet
players took part.
Capt, J.R. Thomas is to bo homo from
"the springs" this week and is expected to
open the campaign by whipping tho Dam
rons and Bartons into line. Wo expect to
see some fur fly.
The races advertised to take place at
Blandville on the 21, 25, and 20 days of
August, are postponed till Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday the 7, 8, and 9th days of
Go to Wm. Albii's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills. tf
The entrance to Thk Bulletin news
and editorial rooms is on Railroad street.
The front eutrance to job office is closed
after seven p. m. Visitors will always find
the Railroad street entrance open. tl
A grand dancing match will take
place at the Theatre Comiquo Thursday
night between Mary Milton and the plan
tation Bketch artist, Drayton, for the pro
ceeds of the house. 2t.
All members of the Chicago Clothing
House base ball club are requstcd to meet
this evening at 7 :30 o'clock at the store of
Messrs. Pettis & Meredith at the corner of
Eighth street and Washington avenuo.
J no. I leal v. Secy.
Among the guests atThe Halliday yes
terday, were Mr. James Nix, president of
the Kanaka Ice company, Kanakee, Ills.;
Mr. J. C. Russell, prosecuting attorney, of
Charleston, Mo., and Mr. Robert Allen, of
Mr.O. Haythorn left Monday after
noon for Philadelphia, Boston, New York,
and other eastern cities for the purpose of
selecting a stock of goods lor tho houio ot
Haythorn & 81oo. He will bo gono several
Capt. W. P, llallid-iy modestly dis
claims having one of the best bsw millB
in the state. He says there are a number
of mills larger and nicer than his own,
one in particular, at Metropolis. His mills
are plain well appointed, and of moderate
capacity, more than this he does not claim
Perhaps one of the best games of base
ball ever played auywhoro was played at
Memphis, Sunday, between the Eokfords,
of Paducah.and a Memphis club. Tho
score stood two for the former and three
tor the latter, lho he k turds staid over
till Monday when another uaine was
Sergant W. II. Hay is to have an as
sistant within the coming two weeks, which
is very satisfactory news to Mr. Hay who
has more to do than should bo expected of
one man. f no the assistant is, or wnere
from, has not been ascertained hero, tho do
partmont having only notified Mr. Ray that
he might expect some one within the time
Yesterday, beforo Magistrate Com
ings, Michael Kim brick and John 0. At
elier were brought to answer the charge of
selling intoxicants without having obtained
a license I rom the city. The case of the
former was postponed until to day at 2
oclock p. in., and thatof the latter was
postponed until the 20th instant,
Barton's Free Press: "In the event
Murphy shall receive the nomination, ho is,
in our opinion, one who will carry with
hint a multitude of disaffected Republi
cans"- Barton is right. Barton is a ilisal -
lectcd Republican, an influential disaffected
Republican, an opinionated, but an honest,
disaffected Republican. May wo not hope
that Barton will come out boldly and
throw all his eloquence into s cam
for the best man?
There ate but. four of tho circus men
wounded at the Tunnel Hill railroad disss
ter Sunday morning in St. Mary Infirmary
here. One of them is sore in the back, an
oincr nai a arm, broken another
U severely abraded clear down
the right side and the fourth is
wounded in tho thigh of tho right leg. Yes
terday they were all doing well. The other
three who were wouuded refused to stay
hero and went on after the Bhow. They
wore but slightly injured-
A match game of base ball has been
agreed upon between tho Chicago Clothing
House nine, of th'iB city, and the Tipton
villo Stars, of Tiptonville, Tennnessee.
The game is to ba playod at Tiptonville
on Friday at 2 o'clock, August 25. Tho
Cairo boys will leave on Thursday on the
steamer Jim. B. Maud, and will return
Friday night. All the Cairo boys' expenses
will bo paid by the Tiptonville club. The
game will be playod for glory only.
To-day tho Democratic senatorial coti
convention of the Fifty-first senatorial dis
trict will he held at Mound City. The dis
trict is composed of Franklin, Williamson,
Johnson and Pulaski counties, and is Re
publican by a majority of 704 if the figures
of tho election of 1880 aro taken. The
Williamson county delegation passed
through this city for Mound City yesterday.
The candidates mentioned in connection
with 'the candidacy for senator are Hon. F.
M. Youngblood, Hon. J. M. Washburn, and
Hon. C. R. Casey
At this point yesteray the thermome
ter stood at 88 degrees above zero, having
been stationery during the twenty-four
hours ending at 1 o'clock. The barometer
marked !iO:12.The highest thermometer was
at Bismarck, Leavenworth, Louisville and
Keokuk, at each of which places it stood
at 83 degrees. The lowest was at St. Paul,
where it marked 75 degrees. The Barome
ter was lowest at D.idge City, 28.88; and
highest at Chattanooga, 30.17. L'ght
rains were reported from Memphis and
Jack Neely, the desparate negro who
was a party with Alex. James, another ne
gro, to the theft of a watch belonging to
Mr. R. E English, aud to an attempt to
swindle a countryman out of two dollars
for which one of them had sold tho watch
to him, was brought before Magistrate Com
mings yesterday upon a change of venue
from Justice Robinson, to bo examined.
The case occupied the greater part of the
day, tho people being represented by States
Attorney Dainron and the prisoner by Mr.
George W. Hendricks. The prisoner was
held to trial in tho sura of two hundred
dollars to answer the charge of larceny.
Monday afternoon, a white man from
Price's Landing, Mo., calling himself Ap
plegate, came to the city and made in
quires about the man Thomas who was ar
rested by Constable Hogan Saturday upon
suspicion of having stolen a horse and
mule which he had attempted to soil at
Mr. Lea Bu'court's stock yards. Applegate
claimed to have met Thomas at Price's
Landing on Saturday. Thomas had a horse
and a mule which he claimed to have
brought from Arkansas and which he of
fered to either sell or trale. Applegate
traded him another horse for tho horse
Thomas had and the latter left, saying that
he was enroute for Cipo Girradeau. But
instead ot going to that town Thomas
came hero and got himself into trouble as
beforo Btated. Applegate, having learned
that Thomas was under arrest hero, came
for the purpose of "trading back," lost tho
horse he received in tho trade prove to be
stolen and be claimed by tho owner. But
the horse and mule in Thomas' posses
sion had been sold to his attorneys as a fee
for defending him, and no settlement could
ho arrived at. Applegate consequently
made the rounds of the city in a gloomy
state of mind, got drunk, laid in tho streets,
ami was picked up by Constable Hogan,
and confined in the same cell with Thomas.
Applegato's conversation with Thomas' at
torney gave aoino ground for suspicion that
hn is simply a "pal"of Thomas. Thomas
will bo hold as long as possible and in the
meantime every effort will be made to dis
cover tho owner of tho animals ho brought
ALEXANDER COUNTY'S OLDEST
Last Sunday Mr. David A. Burns died
at his home in Hodges Park, this county, at
the ago of nearly eighty-eight years.
He would have been eighty-eight years
old on the2 )tli day of September. Hacanio
to this country something over forty years
ago aud settled at Hodges Park, and has
lived there ever since. Ho was a soldier
under General Jackson and was very sensa
tivo on that great man's reputation for
bravery. He has been a prosperous farmer.
He l :avcsonly asocond wife, who is sorao
years his junior.
D IS ATI! AT THE IN FIRM A U V.
Mr. Charles B. Newland, an old citizen
of Cairo, died at Ht. Mary's iuHrmary yes
terday morning. He died of typhoid fever
with which ho had been suffering for sev
eral weeks, His remains were taken to
Villa Ridge and buried yesterday fore
noon, Mr. Newland was a bachelor and about
fifty years of ngo, lie was ait engineer
and a machinist ol ability ami hail for
many years devoted himself to tho pursuit
of the latter trade. More recently he
formed a partnership with Mr. Louis Her
bert and put up water-works on a small
scale at tho corner of Ttmth street and
Ohio levee, from which he supplied water
est Is and several huge sprinklers used by
tho firm in wetting down some of tho prin
cipal streets of tho city. Mr. Newland
was an active workman in whatever he un
dertook. He was favorably known and
hit death will he regretted.
CARD OF THANKS.
Iu behalf of tho members of tho Theatre
Comiquo brass band of this city, I take
pleasure, as their loader, in extending our
most heart folt thanks to Capt. Willis.nu
and the attaches of tho Cairo & St. Louis
narrow guago road for their exceed id ng kin
treatment extended m on tho occasion of
the excursion to Rod Bud last Sunday.
There was nothing left undono to make our
trip one of the most enjoyable, and on ar
rival at Rod Bud, wo were received iu the
most hospita'4e manner by Mr. Phil. Of
ferding, tho gentlemanly proprietor of the
Otl'erding hotel. Wo were seated to an
elegant dinner and supper which would
have done credit to tho finest hotel in the
land. The excursion was a grand success
and tho trip will ever' bo remembered as
one of the most pleaiaut of tho kind wo
ever had the honor of participating in.
May success crown tho narrow gu igo road,
and Phil. Offerding at Rod Bud, is tho
wish of the Coiniquu b ind in a body.
At.. Ooss, Leader,
ABOUT DIXON SPRINGS.
THE KXPEKIENCKS OKl'THK JOLLY TIIHKK"
OUIUNO A WKEK9 VISIT THEHE.
flty ouo of "Tliu Three
To those who aro not acquainted by ac
tual experience with life at Dixou Springs
a description of a short sojourn there, by one
who professes to be a lover of nature in all
its wild beauty, will be of some interest;
in those who are so acquainted such a des
cription will excite tho memory to a vivid
recall of the many sublime sights, and the
quiet beauties, which are characteristl c.of
the daily life at the place and which notm
who have seen and experienced will soon
Not long since the springs were visited
by three Cairoites, whom we will call, for
the sake of brevity, but not inappropriately,
"The Three Jolly Young Bachelors." Their
experianco was varied, but uniformly pleas
ant, and alter they had gotten over tho sea
sickness, an 1 had satisfied their rapacious
appetites, superin lucod by tho long, con
foundedly uncomfortable ride in a hack, over
a stretch of country rendered almost grand
ly beautiful because of its fields and
wild woods, and its diversification by rather
severe elevations and depressions.
"The Three lis" enjoyed the rido iu spite
of sonio incouveniencies. In the contem
plation of the many beauties on either side,
and before and behind them, they forgot to
look at their watches, aud the three hours
consumed iu going from Viena, that
"blarated" town, which has escaped the
wrath of tho Almighty so long, and is suf
fered to exist only becaunj of the few no
ble Democrats and dissatisfied Republicans
it contains, were telescoped into one. Ev
ery hundred yards of the road that winds
its serpentine courso fioin right to left, and
up and down, over a dozen green hills,
through gravel-beds and gulches, and cool,
clear springs rippling over pebly bods, is,
as one ofnarry Walker's "Virginia Trio"
would say, "hoxacly deeterent from de
fierst," and so engages one's attention and
elevates one's thoughts that tho wrinkles
in the seat cushion cease to trouble, aud tho
vocabulary of tho wicked in speech is en
tirely forgotten. The three B's were shaken
up liko dice in a box, and, but for tho in
tcrcotiTig panorama, they would have been
continually reminded very strongly of the
days of their childhood, when their tender
persons were often vigorously fanned with
an ugly shingle held in tho rnaternnl hand.
As it was.jhey reached the springs only
coucious of having had a dolightlul ride
and of an unusual void just under tho vest,
which made them pounce upon and devour
the good things set before them by Mine
Most Lemon, and llino Hostess James,
with an energy that was almost savage.
At the springs tho time was spent in one
continuous series of pleasures. Tho refresh
ing air; tho cool, clear pleasant
lasting and highly medicated,
spring water; the rambles over
green, wooded hills, through gulches strewn
in a wild, picturesque manner with
huge fern and inoss-nnd
vine covered rocks of varied, and
sometimes very suggestive, forms; and in
tho evening a game of croquet in the park,
nr. a dance on the spacious porch of the
hotel ; or song and music in the parlor, or
pleasant converse, or a novel these wero
tho many menus employed to create and
promote a healthy appetite and to produce
sound, invigorating slumbers, and conse
quently, a new appreciation of the beauties
of life But thom are only the general
pleasant features of a sojourn at the springs,
in which all participate. There aro partic
ular pleasures peculiar to tho young people.
There am long walks in soared of ceder
trees for rustic canes, there are quiet ram
bles to "Album Rock" which is
covered with the names of former visitors,
many of them familliar; there ur prome
nades on "Flirtation walk," visits to "Tho
Falls," "Maiden's Arch," "Kiss Cave," and
to "Lover's Leap"-all objects of special in
terest to young people of a roinsnlio turn
of mind. In these promenades and visits
snd uaindles lovers of nature generally, and
other lovers particularly, always Hud much
food for clevatiug thought aud much en
chantment. A natural efioct of all the sur
roundings is to excite tho tender passion,
and frequently the Shakesptiarlan drama of
love becomes a part of the real life at the
ipriugs. In fact, during the stay there of
the "Jolly Three," a devoted "Homeo" and
a charming little "Juliet" furnished much
entertainment for tho company, with their
mutual devotion, their little quarrels, etc.
With the exception of tho last named in
tho proceeding paragraph, "The Jolly
Three," participated in all tho pleasures af
forded by the place and tho circumstances;
but chief among them was a visit to "The
Falls" just after a short, heavy rain. "The
FhIIb" ate about a quarter of a mile from
tho hotel. They are retched by a ten min
utes walk aloii" a narrow, rugged gulch
enclosed on either side by hills and great
rocks which at some points overhang the
p:th in a threatning manner. "Tho Falls"
aro ordinarily simply a number of huge
boulders weighing many tons, which
seem to have fallen from the elevations on
either side to the depths below, in conse
quence of a violent commotion in the
bowels of the earth, and lie there
one above or beside tho other in an
irregular order, permitting a small
stream ol clear water, coming from tho
many springs above, after having ,crept
in manifold curves, betweyn or over rocks
and gravel-beds, forming many tiny falls
and pools and making music at every turn,
to pass through them and trickle down in
a dozen silvery streamlets into a pool be
low the blockade of rocks. But during a
rainfall every Mreamlet suddenly swell to
formi ali,j proportions and rushes down
the common course over its rugged bed
with a roar that ran be heard a consider
able distance; and when it reaches tho
rocky bullwark at "The Falls" the sight is
one never to be fotcitteti. The masses of
stone piled up to a height of thirty-fivo feet
or more, clear across 'he gu'ch, are too
closely packed to permit tho wild stream,
now yellow with tho clay which it cairies
duwn from the hills, to pass through
them; it swells rapidly to a
point several feet above the rocky dam,
boils over and rushes madly over the
obstruction, roaring and foaming and be
ing churned into spray, until it reaches the
base where it forms rapid pools and eddies,
and then continues on its way more gen
tly to where?
But any account of life at Dixou Springs
would be partial if no reference were made
to the management. That tho present
management is a grout improvement upon
what it was ii former years is apparent
from a mere sight of the place. The build
ings have all been overhauled and will ac
commodate comfortably one hundred and
lifty people. The grounds ab nit the build
ings an 1 the parka are kept iu excellent
condition by Mr. Joseph Lemon who has
charge of all that pert tins to the outside
management c-f the place. The household
is in the hands of Mr. Lemeo's
charming sister, Miss Ma James, and to
her watchful care, her love of tidiness,
her good judgement, her aetivity, vivacity
and pleasant disposition, is due in a very
reat measure, the many pleasures of a visit
there. Hho is the life of the place, xerting
herself constantly to make all her guests
feel at home and spend the time delight
fully, and she succeeds remarkably well.
In acknowledgement of Mrs. James' ability
as a hostess, "The J illy Three" dedicated
to her a new cave which they discovered
duriug one of their rambles, and named it
Perhaps tho only sad hour spent at the
springs by any one, is the last hour, when
preparations are being made to leave, and
good-byes hio said. Tho departure of a
guest is always a matter of concern to all
present and is looked upon by each as the
partial disruption of a happy family. The
night before the departure is made vocal
by serenades, aud as the hack leaves, leaded
down with trunks, satchels and passcngors,
handkerchiefs aro waved and often tears arc
shed by both parties. The night before the
departure ol "The Jolly Three" will never
be forgotten by them. They had retired
about teu o'clock, after a day gloriously
pent, and wero about relapsing into the
deep slumber characteristic of health of
body and perfect peace of mind, when the
sound of music produced upon instruments
of a varied mid odd construction, was waf
ted to their drowsy oars. It was a serenading
party composed of "all hands and the cook"
headed by Mrs James, and w hich sang and
plnyedjalternatoly some appropriate, popular
songs of the day. They wero replied to from
within, ami afterwards, about midnijht, the
orgies were concluded with a grand
old Virginia reel on the hotel porch, iu
which all took a part.
Tho following parody, composed on short
notice by those whose signature it bears,
was among the songs of the serenading
party and has some merit considering the
circumstances under which it was produced
and sung, and will give some idea of Ihespir
It which pervades life at the springs:
To our Irlsiirta:
A PAKKWItLL DITTY,
Wn eu ths loirs coma round tho liond,
flood ny i at v hoys, Rood bye;
She'll anon lm tft'leti with Hi'i.utin men,
tlood liy uiy boys, ro id bys.
They'll arrive at an Euvpt town by ten,
liond bys my boyi, good bye;
We hope to na thorn inon aalii,
tiiiod bye my boys, Rood bye.
We'll food tlmin on Mtf fat hen,
(inod byo my hoys, good bye;
If they'll only bring more dry Roodi man,
(lood bye my bovs, Rood live .
If the Cairo boyi bad only staid,
Unod bve my boy, aood bye;
We would have h id s nusipiorade,
(lood bys mv hny, good bye.
The editor, printer aud the clerk
Aro all going home to attend to their wolk,
Unod bye my boys, good bye ;
(But oh! donttbey shirk T
or four hundred pound of Humll IMcaonly Blji'ht
1 v nswirf vh.it wa ...111 ...II . K . .
i " vji run lui i tvun yur JmUilQt
to now an if lav iij CBBU,
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