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TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOItNINH, SEPTEMBER 20, H2.
OFFICIAL FAPKR OF CITY AND COUNTY
We nrtt a itlinrUftl lo announce that It. A. D.
WILHANKS, of Jefferson Couuiy, Is a candidate
for Uiic oi'tna App llrttu Court In tbu Koiirlii
IMvIhI hi of Illinois, suhjoct la Clio duciittoD of a
Convention of llm Democratic party
Wo are authorized to announce Mr. JOHN
IIODUKS a a candidate for t-her Iff of Alexander
We m authorize.! to announce thu name of
WAlriift WAlOKrtaacndida:e for Ittu olHce
of Couuiy Judge of Alexander Comity.
We am anthorliod to announce Justice -Jo UN
H. UOIHNSON as an Independent candidate for
County J udgo at tbu coming Nofemner election.
Wo are authorized to announce Mr. MILKS W,
PAltKKK ai an Independent candidate for treas
urer of Alexander county at the coining November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in Him col jinn, eictit com per line for
first and Ave com per line each subsequent laser
Hon. For one week, ao cents per lino. For one
noMh.tWcent per line.
Two or three girls to work at millinery.
Mm S. Williamson.
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will be received up to Friday night
September 22d, for the rebuilding of the
.Planter's House. Plans and specifications
can bo seen at the teed store ot C. M. Os
Old Machinery Casting Wauled
at Ronnie's new foundry for whicli the
highest prices will bo paid in cash.
Call at No. 03 Ohio Levee.
t( , John T. Resnie.
at DeBauu's, 00 Ohio levee.
Messrs. Smith & Briukmyer, mer
chant tailors, Washington uveiiuo neurStli
street, are receiving a full line ofuew for
eign.aud domestic goods of newest paterns
lorBttitiug and arc ready to receive orders
and manfacture suits of the best qual
ity cloth and guaranteed fit. Their prices
are as low as beet goods cmi be sold. 9-5-1 m
at DoBauu's, 56 Ohio levee.
Flour is cheaper and my loaves are made
large that my customers may got the ben
efit. These large loaves sell at the bakery
3 for 10 cents. I do not peddle bread.
My bread is pronounced by those
who- know, to be the best
in the city. Remember it is big loaves and
Bold only at the bake shop. You get the
full worth of your money. Try it.
9 2-lm. t Frank Kkatky.
go to DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
ICE I ICE II
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th ami Levee, my
icehouse and office is at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, e
tween 8lh and 9th streets. Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day
at DcBaunV, 50 Ohio levee.
Slimmer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets to all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Kates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
in market at DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for Bale at the Cairo Bulletin
Sproat's Retail lee Box.
Coustiuiois of ice ate notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cunditrs store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
ust the siine as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Use Tim Cairo Bullktin perforated
"cratch -book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally gooifforink or pencil. 'For
sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
!;. live and ten cents oach by thu single one,
by the dozen. Hpecial discount ,in gross
lots to the trade.
The Howe scales liavo uu ti.
tirovemenlB. U is true economy to
thfe best, li nden, Sollock & Co., agents,
pit. Louis, Mo.
m. mi . i
1 1 riNCTOHOlOOOWN,, KoU
' fSS !TAMBOUHprtOUQUTUB MATL8 AT BEC-
1 1 1 , I UTToND CLASS KATES.
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A. M. D'lYLK, of Columbus, On., say
that from exp rienco ho knows "Hellers
Liver Pills'' to bo the best in use.
A medicine ot real merit, prescribed by
many leading physicians, and universally
recommended by thoso who have used it
u t true tonlr'U Browu' Iron Bitters.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In these coinmna, tun cent per line,
inch Insertion and whether mnrkod or not, If calcu
lated to toward any man' business Interest are
al ways paid for.
Wm. Alba has tho finest bafbor shop
in southern Ills. tf.
Mrs. James M. Damron is Buffering
Mr. W. E. Gholsou is in Chicago selec
ting a stock of dry-goods.
Miss Fannie Barclay is in Ccntrulia on
a visit to Miss Fraukio Roxford.
General W. C. Pavey arrived in the
city from Mount Vernon yesterday.
A new son' was born unto Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Pace, at Ashley, on Saturday.
Found Check payable Wm. Doell.
Call on Essex Barton at storo R. W. Miller.
Mrs. C. W. Dunning and (laughter,
Wintie, returned yesterday from a visit
Mr. Plummcr, of Messrs. Barclay Bros,
levee drug store, has been ill for several
days, but not dangerously so,
. The late reunion of the Illinois state
militia probably cost the people of the
state fifteen thousand dollars.
Mr. U. L. Collins, a well known ex
cursionist ol Mili.in, Tetin., was in tho city
yesterday, stopping at Tho Halliday.
From a notice in special locals it will
be seen tint Mrs S. Williamson has em
ployment for two or three good milliners.
Go to Wm, Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
bust shop in southern Ills. tf
Mr. June Wright is the fortunate ap
pointee to a position in tho Memphis post
office, which ho will assume about October
Mr. R. II. Cunningham and family re
turned Monday night from (in extended
visit at popular watering places in the
Mr. W. W. Wright is to take charge
of tho office business of -Captain Halliday's
new saw mill, on Thirty -fourth street ami
Mrs. P. A. Taylor is to have an opponent
in the canvas for the office of county super;
intendetit of schools, in tho person of Mrs.
L. C. Gibbs.
The Anchor fire company gave a ball
at its engine bouse up town Monday night.
There was a good attendance and lots of
fun for all.
Mr. J. II. Soutag, of Evamville, who
is associated with Dixon Springs in the
minds of many Cairoites, was a guest at
Tlio llalliday yesterday.
The front of Mr. Peter Ned's new
houses on Commercial avenue will be of
iron with large, French plate-glass win
dows. Sergeant W. II. Ray's assistant, prom
ised him by the department at Washington
some time ago, arrived Monday. lie is
Mr. Clarence Weaver, of Buffalo, N. Y.
A number of Cairoites who attended
the Jonesboro fair last week pronounce it
to have been one of the most successful
held there for some years.
Mrs. N. B. Thistlewood has been very
Biek during several days back but was con
valescent yesterday. As soon as she is suffi
ciently recovered to stand it sho will take
an extended trip for her health.
Tho Illinois Central R. R. will run an
other excursion to Chicago leaving Cairo at
2:30 n. in., Monday, Oct. 2nd. A sleeper
will run through to Chicago on this train
and will be open Sunday, 8 p. m.
Mr. Igel, on Ohio levee, has received
the ('nniagcs sustained by his property from
the fire in the Planter's honse. The agent
of the insurance company was here Satur
day and determined the extent of tho loss.
Mr. II. B. Gear who, with Mrs. Gear,
had been visiting the tamily of Mr. II.
Wells for a week or more, returned home
to Nashville Monday, leaving Mrs. Gear
here to spend another week or two.
A new front is being put into tho
building at the corner ol Sixth street and
Commercial avenue, formerly occupied by
Mr. Harry Walker, and a muchly needed
new side walk is being laid down in front
The star-routers are put on the anxious
6eat again by tho setting aside of tho re
cent verdict committing Miner and Bor
dell, and the necessity for trying all the
conspirators once more. Tho public is sat
isfied to have tho cases take this course.
Misses Daisy and Mamie Halliday
and Miss Lizzie Shields are to attend Vas
sur college. Tho former leave to-day and
the latter left Sunday in company with her
lather, Captain Shields, who will mako a
trip for pleasure through tho east.
More gravel was brought in by the
Wabash road yesterday; but tho tracks,
above Twentieth and below Sixth streets,
remain in a conditionjriot according to tho
ordinances in such cases made and
..Tho Cairo City Reed aud Bnus band
l roi, v.
nigttt lor prtn'eateT).. wilj mci;t to"
of Tenth street and Ohio levee, Arrange
ments have boon made for regular weekly
meetings ul this hall.
Dr. J. B. Hamilton, of Washington,
I). C, arrived in tho city and registered at
The Halliday yesterday. Ho is here tor
tho pursc of selecting with the aid of
Mr. George Fisher, a site for tho now ma
rine hospital to be creeled hero.
The St. Louis and Cairo railroid com
pany has had the necessary arrangements
perfected by which grain arriving hero on
its lino for reshipment by river south, can
be dumped from tho cars on tho tracks
dircctlyjnto barges lying in the water near
the depot. During the last tew days con
siderable grain has boen coming in and
transferred in this way.
"Long" Jones, chairman of the State
Republican committee, who has opportu
nities of knowing if any one has, says ho
does not believe that this state is by any
means sure for tho Republican party. Wo
are sorry that Jones appreciates the situa
tion; for tho cry from Macedonia by bucIi
a boss will appeal to Ilubbell with a force
that will bring blood-money. Democrats
will have to work all tho harder because
their foes see their danger.
Yesterday forenoon as Dr. W. R.
Smith was driving in his buggy along
Commercial avenuo near Fourteenth street,
an engine on the Wabash track suddenly
blew off steam with a loud noiso which
scared tho horso attached to the doc
tor's buggy and caused him to run
away. The doctor jumped from tho buggy
unhurt and tho horse was stopped after
running a abort distanco and breaking a
A special meeting of railroad engiuecrs
representing all roads west of the Mississip
pi river controlled by tho Gould syndicate
has been in session at St. Louis the past
two days. Tho purposo of the meeting is
to determined what shall constitute a day's
work of a locomotive-driver, and what
shall be his wages. They are now paid
according to mileage, but think they ought
to be paid by the hour or day. They will
inert again on Monday, ami when they
agree upon a basis, they will present peti
tions to the officials of tho roads they are
' Not only here, but in other parts of
this senatorial district, is it be coming ap
parent that the Prohibition movement is a
Republican side-show. The Murphysboro
Independent says: "Tho temperance can
didate for tho legislature is to defeat Mr.
Linegar, of Alexander, is he? The friends
of Mr. Linegar and tho Democratic party
are not at all freightencd. Tho Repub
licanism in tho temperance movement is
becoming more apparent every
day." And again: "Is tho
Alliance an adjunct of the Republican
party? It would seem so, the way the
Democratic party was abused last Monday
night, wo never had a sore head, but,
judging from tho way the Dr. and Cart-
right 'took on' Monday evening, it must bo
a pretty bad thing."
In this issue of The Bulletin, under
tho head of announcements, appears the
name of Captain John Hodges, our proscnt
sheriff. Mr. Hodges is a candidate for re
election to (lie office he now holds. He has
been twh'o elected to the same office and
has made a record which recommends him
highly to the notice of tho county for a
"third term." His candidacy now is in
compliance with the wishes of many per
sonal friends who recognizo the correctness
of Mr. Hodges Bervice, and who doubtless
reflect the witches ot tho masses. That
Mr. Hodges has been an exemplary officer
is an undisputed fact. Ho has been active,
efficient, attentivo to his duties, courleotis
to all who had any dealings with him, hon
est and vigilant. He has a cood claim
upon the votert of the county, and there is
every reason to believe that his claim will
bo duly recognized by them.
Yesterday City Attorney Hendricks
drew up, at the instanco of aldermen, sev
eral affidavits setting forth reasons why
the circuit court Bhould not grant the in
junction prayed for by tho Wabash, .St.
Louis & Pacilic railroad company. The af
fidavits set forth, among other things, that
tho company has laid down and is ope
rating more tracks below Third street on
Commercial avenuo than it is by the
ordinances allowed; that said tracks
are not in the condition prescribed by the
ordinances, and that the ordinances with
regard to switching and allowing cars to
stand on tho tracks aro being constantly,
flagrantly violated. Tho motion for an in
junction is to bo made by Mr. S. P. Wheeler
for tho railroad company, before Judge
Browning this morning and tho court will
designate a day when said
motion is to be argued.
The affidavits will bo presented at the
consideration of the motion and may have
the desired .effect.
, Prof. Henry Raab, Democratic nom
inee for superintendent of public instruc
tion, is a practical educator, at present pri
cipal of tho Belleville public schools
is a man of learning aud high character
and admirably adapted for tho duties of
the high position for which he stands. Mr.
Strattan, his opponent, is a more politician
in the most offensive senso of tho term
He was nominated, according to Long
Jones, becauso ho had no scruples against
L"!!".!1.' huild up tho Republican party
which her citizens aro justly p'rou J7 Tiflou?i5
not be dragged into tho miro of politics
And there is little doubt but what Strattan,
in tlio event of his election, will bo the
head of another powerful machine, aim-
aged in tho interests of tho Republican
party. ttn'Dondale Criterion.
Tho Chicago Times says that lion.
Johu II. Oborly, chairman of the Demo
cratic state central committee, has been at
tho Palmer house for tho last few days in
conference with prominent local Democrats
and members of the committee in regard
to the establishing of a headquarters iu
Chicago, ami the conduct of the campaign.
Headquarters have been established at the
Palmer house, tho first meeting of the com
mittee being set for tho 27th inst. In re
ply to a query by one of the Times report
ers, Mr. Oborly said that OrcndorfT's suc
cess was contingent upon tho German vote,
which ho believed would bo to a groat extent
cast for tho entiro Democratic ticket. If
not, ho thought Illinois would have a pro.
hibitory law, which ho thought bad policy,
but whicli would result in bracing the
Democrats up for the presidential light in
1881. In regard to tho Democratic cam
paign lie said it was not probable the com
mitteo would attempt to distribute speakers
to the districts.
Three more cases of small-pox were ro
ported Monday to the Btate board of health
by the attending physician at Harrisonvillo,
Monroe county. Of the Slaten Island out
break, previously reported, ho added: "The
two children where tho small pox origina
ted wero vaccinated; neither were the last
three until a few days ago before they came
down with tho disease. I wanted to vacci
nate them last winter, but they objected to
having their anus made sore." From Prai
rie du Richer, in Randolph county,
whither tho disease was carried from the
above place, the attending physician re
ports a sad scene of desolation in a fa. oi
ly of a father, mother and six children all
uuvaccinated except the mother, who is
passing through a very mill attack of
varioloid. The father and two children
h ive already died, and two more of the
children are iu a very critical condition.
Tlio authorities have been urged to secure
the prompt vaccination ol all those still re
maining unprotected, and it is added that
this lesson should be profited by in any
community where vaccination has not
already been thoroughly and generally en
forced during the past year or two.
Dr. Potrio and other promiuent Pro
hibitionists believe that Tub Bulletin did
Hon. Thomas M. L igan an injustico when
it intimated that his election meant a sub
version of every important Democratic
principle. With all duo respect for the
opinions of theso gentlemen The Bulletin
must insist that it did not mako tho asser
tion complained of without deliberation and
good reason. Mr. Logan's unqualified as
sertion that ho would not accept a nomi
nation from tho Democratic pirty of this
district and his offer to accept a nomination
from tho Prohibitionists, in direct and
exclusive opposition to a Demo
cratic nominee, may certainly bo
regarded as proof that his Democracy is
not of tho unwavering kind. Tho Dr. anil
his followers are too trusting, honest,
steadfast and pure minded themselves,
they arc slow to see tho absence or the op
posite of these virtues in others they are
unsuspecting, easily satisfied, easily mis
lead. They shoull remember that, iu
government, confidence is everywhere the
parent of dishonesty, deceit, despotism a
free, honest secure government is founded
in jmlousy and not in confidence. This is
tho Jeffersonian doctrine, and it is a true
doctrine. Democrats must trust no man
with tho destiny of their party, who is
not a staunch adherent to and a bold ex
ponent of, the principles which underlie it.
And even then it is well to bind him down
from mischief by constitutional chains.
Tho Great Forepaugh Show will exhibit
in this city Saturday, Sept. 30.
Among tho multitude of its wonders, the
educated elephants will form one of the
features of supreme interest, and will espec
ially delight the children. These sagacious
beasts, including Bolivar who is a monster
even among elephants, have acquired mar
velous accomplishments, which they will
exercise at the direction of Mr. Adam Fore
paugh, Jr. Let everybody see them.
Dixon SriiiNos, Sept. 8th, 1882.
Please auuouco to the people in general
through tho of Tub Bulletin,
that as the hot weather and thu rush is
over, in order to give everybody a chance
to try the Dixon Springs water, I have
concluded to reduce rates during I ho
mouths of Sept. and October, or tho bal
ance of tho season, to six dollaus per
week. This is beoauso thoso who desire
to couie will bo not for pleasure so much
as for the benefit to bo derived from a
free uso of "these wonderful medicinal
J.E. Lkmicn, Proprietor.
Yesterday forenoon was consumed by tho
circuit court in impannelling and instruct
ing tho grand jury which was summoned
the day before. Tho jury cousisted of tho
following named gentlemon :
Maj. Jesso ninkle, ot Cairo, foreman;
Salmon Ilnzlewood and Miles Cauble, of
Elco; AI. Lewis, Casper Yost, Wm. Alba,
John Antrim, Miles W. Parkor, T. Fitz
gerald, M.J.Buckley, Teter NeU, Samuel
Rurger, John McNulty, J. F. Thomas, and
P ' . Cairo: J. II. Mulcahey,
of Commercial , in Jolm n
Oooso Island; Moses f0B am, pc
Collins, of Clear Creek.
The grand jury retired after having ,en
instructed and began the work of grinding
In tho afternoon several casos wero dis
posal ot by tho court. Prisoner Gibson,
charged with stealing clothing, pleaded
guilty to larceny and sentenced to two
years in the penitentiary.
Frank Wright, who was brought hero
from PaJucah by ('onstablo Ilogan somo
days ago, and committed for conspiring
with two negroes in Mound City to steal
aud sell cattle, and who did sell to Mr.
John Potrio a sleer stolen by his accom
plices from a negro near Villa Ridge, was
arraigned, pleaded guilty and asked tho
mercy of tho court. Ho was sentenced to
one year iu the penitentiary. ' His two
negro accomplices pleaded "not guilty,"
and will be tried.
Court adjourned until this morning at 9
o'clock when an hour or bo will bu
devoted to hearing motions, among
others, one by Mr. H. P. Wheeler, on
behalf of tho Wabash, St. Lou;s and
Pacific railroad, asking for an injunction
enjoining the city council from pursuing a
resolution ordering tho removal of the com
pany's tracks from Commercial avenue.
CHRONICLES OF PULASKI COUNTY.
And now Daniel was still very sorrowful,
calling to his counselor Joseph exclaiming;
"The way of the transgressor is hard" so
also is the way of tho politician. When I
cast the vote of the Pulaski county dele
gation at the great city called Springfield
against tho prohibitory amendment to the
constitution, I verily believed that tho
Baptist church in the land of Egypt, would
cast their vote for me seeing that the said
Baptists were all Democrats, and were
sometimes even called whiskey Baptists.
And in as much as my opponent was
an out aiid out temperance man, I felt
sure, that a largo majority of them would
vote for me, and thereby making sure of
their morning bitters, but alas my hopes
in that direction aro blasted; for that
Christian association assembled at Auna,
which is not tho land of Egypt, and
passed a solemn resolution, yes they con
firmed it with an ironclad oath "that they
would not support for any trtlieu f honor
and profit any man that was not in favor
of that accruseu Prohibition amendment,
and now oh1 Joseph, you tre my only coun
selor; as Bob can't stand the racket and
has gone back on me.
What shall I do in this sore strait?
And now Joseph lifted up his voice, and
said : My Lord Daniel",' am I tint your ser
vant and friend? As well as counselor?
Let me tako counsel of my couch for one
night; per adventure I shall find some way
out of even this difficulty. And it was
Joseph and Daniel watered their couches
for one night with their tears. When morn
ing came, Joseph was glad an 1 cried unto
Daniel, saying: Let not your heart be
troubled. I have found a remedy. Know
you not that in Benton which is in the land
of Egypt, dwelleth one Throckmorton who
is called the preacher? Now this preacher
publishes a paper, called the Banner and
Gloaner. Now this paper circulates and is
read by tho Baptists of Eirypt, but not
read by the men who make merchandise of
wine and strong drink, neither do those
who love beer see this Banner and Gleaner.
Now, Daniel, gird up your loins and go up
to Benton which is in the hind of Egypt
and make yourself solid with the preacher,
and shall ho not publish it in the Banner
and Gleaner that you are in favor of the
Prohibitory amendment? And Daniel
straightaway went and did as his
counselor had advised him, and was it not
published in tho B. and G. of September
Cth and 13th in the 9th mo. of the year,
A. I). 1882, even as Daniel and Joseph
had planned it together? Ami are there not
other matters that will compel my Lord
Daniel to carry water on both shoulders?
So that ho may be sure to go up to the
great city which is called Springfield, and
shall they not be written in the following
chapters of these chronicles?
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
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of generative organs, 'ft. 5 for fi. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
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It does not cure every thing! but kidney
troubles and many other complaints to
which flesh is heir yield gracefully to tho
life-giving properties constituting Hops
and Malt Bitters. People who have be
come discouraged should resort to this new
A t'ougli. Cold or Sore Throat
should lie stopped. iNeglect frequeutl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
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aud balsams, but act directly on the inflam
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tho Throt Troubles whicli Singers and
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years Browii's Bronchial Troches have been
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All pusoiis wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy ono that will positively
euro Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of tho Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Harry
W. Schuh's drug storo and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
umption free of cost, which will show you
v? ht a regular dollar-sizo bottle will do. (1)
Notices In thin column three lines or less 25
ouotuMertion or $1 oJ pt r week.
A NO. ONE FEItHYBOAT FOR SALE
f'-ot lonj;, 8S feet beam; will carry sixteen
horse WHRone. I'rlce four tliousiind dollar
U lUlni Lvavuuworth KuntJ
information auirena W. A I'ini
VOn SALE OU RKNT.-The Throe States J
- corner l ourtli anil Luveo. Alio cottiiKe, V r
and kitchen, on Fourth street, liotwu' n Wuc
ton and Walnut. Kor particulars apply trt i
tho Three Stttoi Douse, at T. MA HON J
VUH KENT -On I be corner of Fourteenth
A aud Wio-liiiitftou avenuo, two brick stores I
ana two suits ol rooms sultulile for light I
keeping. Apply to DR. LKACI
On tlio I'reml
VOl SALK.--II!iiiiks, t'hultal Morbus, Hi
- Brraioy ana wiirnimy ueeus at tno lin
J oh ollleo 1H Ohio Levee
T I'RINTINU OKKICES- Wo bave a
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Admission 3li cents. Children 23 cents
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She has on Exhibition Real Lsce a
Hand-made Collars and All tin
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