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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
riolircilutttiieoiamB, irni cania par Una for
Int and fl mou per Una cb aubawjuant Inter
ton. For on m-l, aoeonu pur Una. For on
booth. 0 cnu par Una
A bIooo with ll the turniture tnd fix
turei at corner of 14th and Poplar, on ac
count of aicknew. Apply at saloon.
8t Mr. Kebselhcs.
. For Hale or Trade.
A. fint-clasi property consisting of 3 acrti,
garden, etc., a good dwelling-home, a store
house 70 feet deep, 2-story barn, Ice house,
corn cribs, smoke-house, well, cistern, etc.,
at Greenfield Landing can be bought for
cash or I will exchange for Cairo property.
I mean business. Come and see me.
C29tf John Tanner.
Suit of Rooms for Rent
consisting of back and front parlors, suita
ble for sleeping rooms, 2d floor of Winter's
Block; Urge airv, and finely finished.
Southern exposure; six windows; ventila
tion excellent. For particulars enquire at
the Arunotos Hocsk. lw
Aa a. anrmMful result of close applica
tion Uuaiiiess, our readers are referred to
the large manufacturing establishment and
agency of Henry Breihan, corner 4th and
Commercial. Ilia business has grown stead
ily since he Btartcd and every year has Been
large additions to his buildings, machinery
and the number of men employed, in onin
to meet the wants of his increasing trade
lie not only manufactures Seltzer and
Boda water, hut is also agent tor Apolio and
Sheboygan Spring waters, Cincinnati Beer
and Ph. Best Milwaukee lleer. 1MB ueer
he bandies in kegs and bottles for export,
and shipments will bo found from his place
on every train going East, North, S.iuth,
West and up and down the rivers, while his
city trade in Beer aud Soda is simply im
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the timber, eighty acres
under cultivation; blue grass pasture; farm
contains 192 acres; in Bond county, Ills.,
2 miles from railroad station.
E. A. Bcrnktt.
Farm hands; wages $15.00 per month
Apply to II. J. Deal & Son, Charleston,
New Blacksmith Shop.
A cew horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
work done promptly. tt
For Bent or Sale.
Ono of the most desirable residences at
Villa Ridge. Apply to or address Mrs. .
R. Workman, Villa Ridge, 111.; also piano
for sale. C7-lm
Ice, Wood and Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, t4 per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Klee's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
bRK a woman in another column near
Spcer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Bpoer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
Williams & Longcor, Bolvidero, 111., says:
'We sell no medicine which gives better
satisfaction than Brown's Iron Bitters."
The grape crop of A. Spier's vineyards in
New Jersey last year was double that of
any previous year. His vineyards in New
Jersey have so increased each year that he
has been enabled to keep a stock five or six
years ahead. None of his Port is sold less
than four years old. It has become a popu
lar wine among the best physicians in New
York, and is largely used for communion
purposes and for weak and aged persons.
For Bale by Paul G.Schuh, druggist.
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away aa trial bottles
of the largo size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store and got a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Since boyhood I have been troubled with
Catarrh and llay Fever, and have been un
able to obtain permanent relief until I used
Ely's Cream Bui in. It lias cured me. E. L.
Clickemr, New Brunswick, N. J. Price CO
nucKien'a Arnica Halve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruiftfs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
CornB,and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents par box. For sale by Harry
W. Hchuh. .
MENIMAN'l l'EPTONIIRD BKK ToNIC, the
only prepartionof beef containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood
making, force generating and lifo attain
ing properties; invaluable for Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, nervous prostration, and all
forms of genoral debility ; also, in all en
leeblod conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork,
or acute disease, particulary if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Ilazard, & Co., Proprietors, Now York.
Sold by Druggists. (tf)
If you Buffer with Sick Headache, Con
st i pa! ion, Sour Stomach, or Bilious attacks,
Emory's Little Cathartic rills will re
lieve you. 15 cents, (3)
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with lvw and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, oranydiseaso of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will he inspired with new life;strcngth
and activity will return; pain ami misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Broa. (5)
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
"Notices in tnaaa commas, wn mum par If.
sub insertion and whether marked or not, ir calcu
lated to toward anf man's business lutureat are
Mr. Thos. Horne left yeBterday fore
noon on bis trip west.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Galigher aro in
Cincinnati, visiting triends.
The county commissioners met again
yesterday and disposed of some business.
Mies Kate Perry, niece of Mrs. Swan
der, left 8unday morning for a long visit
to relatives in Canada.
A non-Buit was taken in the case of
Hammond vs. Pollock, in Magistrate Com
ings' court yesterday afternoon, and it will
probably come up again in a higher court.
Green Phelps was net fined the other
day for fighting. It was proven that Light
nor provoked the row and got tho worst of
it from leginning to end.
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
sale on at the leading saloons. tf
Rector F. P. Davenport has left tho
city on a short pleasure tour up the mad
Ho will be away until Saturday and conse
quently thero will be no services in tho
Episcopal church during the.week.
Died at Farmerville, La., Alice, daugh
ter of Professor Henry and Leonide Floyd,
on the 13th inst., at 3:15 p. m.oftypho-
malarial fever, aged three years and 11
Jno. Cotilla struck Mrs. Anderson's cow
with an axe Siturday, inflicting a severe
wound. He was arrested upon a warrant
sworn out by Mrs. Anderson and fined 10
and costs by Justice Oaborne, for cruelty to
Bank checks made to order, bound in
books, $4.00 per thousand, at Tiik Bulle
tin office. Perforating 25 to 50c, number
ing $1.00 per thousand extra. Linen or reg
ular folio paper. Call and see samples of
paper or checks. tf
Last night's wind storm was predicted
by Sergeant Ray in the forenoon, from indi
cations of the atmosphere north and west of
us. It did no damage here that wo could
hear of, but made water craft hug the bink
Captain T.N. Kimbrough will start
the Ella Kimbrough in the Cairo and
Hickman, Ky., trade next Friday and the
boat will thereafter leave Cairo every, Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday. See adver
tisement elsewhere in this issue.
In addition to the fine display of "sil
ver, gold and precious stones" in the wiu
dow ot Jno. A. Miller's jewelry store, there
are a number of photographs of the beauti
ful scenery 'round about Dixon Springs
that are worth studying. tf
Clara Belle, who is the most intense
fashion writer of the day, declares that the
girls who go to the watering places this
season, have to go outside their sleeping
rooms to put on their hats, "because the
area of those hats exceed that of the floor."
Rev. Fred L. Thompson, chaplain of
tho Chester penitentiary, passed through
the city yesterday on his way to visit his
father, Dr. Wm. Thompson, at Bloomfleld,
111. He reports cverthing moving nicely
at tho prison says a colored convict by the
name of Frank, fell from one of the stone
barges on Saturday and was drow ned.
An itemized account from the gentle
man to whom the city council of Mound
City voted that $950, in remuneration for
his expense in "securing" the passage of
the $8,000 Mound City appropriation bill,
showing exactly what for and with whom
he incurred this expense, would be very
interesting reading not only to his own con
BtinuntB, but to the people at large from
whose pockets the $8,000 were filched.
A colored bootblack aged about seven
teen years was run over and killed on the
St. Louis & Cairo tracks Sunday morning.
He was a stranger here and his name was
not known. Tho coroner's jury came to
the conclusion that he lay down on tho side
track to Bleep and was run over by a freight
car that was being shoved back on the
Messrs. Gus Botto and Al Gibton re
turned yesterday from New Orleans, bring
ing back with them their little $7,500 each,
drawn last month in the Louisiana lottery.
Messrs. A. T. Do Baun, T. M. Lovett and
J. S. Jackson received each his $5,000 yes
terday by express. The last named will
leavo for Ashland, V.,in idayor two, and,
it is reportod, will return entangled in the
web of matrimony.
Paducah News: "Privato letters from
Mayflcldsay that ten houses in that place
wero eutcrod by burglars last Wednesday
night and sonio five or six hundred dollars
in money and valuables secured by tho ras
cals, who escaped without dutection. Tho
same letters also say there is still consider
able sicknesa to May fluid, but thus far tho
deaths, numbering but six or eight, have
been confined among the children."
The steamers City of St. L'mis aud
Will. S. Hays left New Orleans nearly
together Baturday, and it is commonly un
derstood that they are racing, though this
ia denied by Capt. Shields, who Bays that
both boats are running at their uaual speeds
and doing their regular business as they
come. Nevertheless, bets are up at all
CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 17, isgS.
principal points along tho river, including
Cairo, and 'telegrams giving tho relativo
positions of tho boats at various points are
fhshinir. over the wires. A dispatch re
ceived here yesterday stated that the St.
Louis was two houra ahead of the Hays at
Natchez. It is understood that Memphis
is the terminal point of the race. Both
bouts are expected here to-morrow evening.
The remains of Wm. Frank were taken
to Villa Ridge by the 11 o'clock a. m. Illi
nois Central train yesterday, accompanied
by many friends. Deceased was a German,
well-known in the city, being mostly em
ployed about the markets on Eighth street.
He had been sickly for a long time and
died Sunday. Ha leaves a wife and four or
five chilil mi in straightened circumstances,
who live at tho corner of Tenth street and
A youth name i John Dumphy, who
had for some time been in the employ of
Mr. R. Ilcbsacker, on Eighth street, was up
before Magistrate Comings yestoiday after
noon, charged with stealing a small rifle
from Mr. II. and attempting to carry it off
with him to Nashville for which city he whs
about to start. He was only about sixteen
years of ago and was therefore a proper
subject for the Ruform school. The court
bound him over in the sum of $100, to ap
pear before the county or circuit courts for
The cu.se of Charles Hammond, of this
county, vs. IIunor& Pollock of Pulaski
county, came up for trial again in the court
of Justice J. II. Robinson yesterday ; but a
change of venue was taken to the court of
Magistrate Comings. Some time ago Mr,
H immond bought a quantity of timber
from some parties, which defendants claim
ed had been hewn from their land, and
they replevined it. In a suit which follow
ed Mr. Hammond regained possession of
the lumber, and he ha3 now brought an ac
tion for damiges upon the replevin bond.
Mr. Georgo Hendricks represents the plain
tiff and Messrs. Crandall & Linear, of
Mound City, the defendants.
A stranger named B. H. Barton was
robbed on Railroad near Fourth streets
Sunday night. He came from a boat and
was in search of Mr. Joe Steagala's place
of business. Two young fellows met him
and offered to conduct him there. They
took him in tow and when at the point men
tioned, one shoved him from the sidewalk
and held him down while the other rifled
is pockets of $7.G5. He stated his case to
the officers and in a search for the guilty
pnrties,they came upon two young fellows
named W. II. Bowers and Charles Boren,
whom Barton at once idonifled a9 the rob
bers. These young men were arrested and
lodged in jail, but Powers was released on
bond. Boren is the son of a respectable
citizen of Mound City. The trial is set in
Magistrate Coming's court, for to-day, at
1 o'clock, p. m.
Chief Myers received a telephone mes
sage from Marshal Ross of Mound City
yesterday, asking him to look out for and
arrest a whito man named Grevey who hail
been guilty of passing counterfeit money.
Grevey was found and placed under guard.
He tells a story that reflects rather severely
upon the good sense and experience of the
Mound City police court, or rather the
officer. lie says that he was arrested for
disorderly conduct and fined $5 and costs,
He didn't have the money, but the officer
who had arrested him, saw what appeared
to be a gold pin in tho prisoner's bosom.
"What do you value that at" said the officer.
"Five dollars," was tho reply. "Well,
give us that and you may go." Grevey
handed over the pin and flew for the next
down train for Cairo, chuckling to himself
over the manner in which ho had "pulled
the wool" over the officer's eyes with a
gilded nickel of the new species not bear
ing the words, "Ave cents." Grevcy's story
may not be true, but if it is there is no
case of any kind against him.
A German named Weitlig, living on
Sixth street for some time and employed in
the wagon and blacksmith shop below
Sixth street, attempted to drown himself in
the Ohio river yesterday forenoon, by
jumping from the outer guard of the lower
wharf-bout. Tlio reason of this rash at
tempt was that Constable Sheehan attempt
ed to servo a notice upon him of an at
tachment upon his tool chest which ho was
about to take out of the Btate with him, in
order to satisfy a small claim which he was
seeking to evade. As soon as he loirni'd
whac the officer wanted he ran liko a deer
toward the wharf-bout crying at the top of
his voice that ho would "drownt" himself;
but the officer caught up with him and
gave him a chunck in the ribs just as he
stood on the edge of tho guard preparing to
jump. Tho nudge ho received knocked
him back upon the wharf-boat and brought
him to his senses. Ho paid his little bill
ami then wanted to swear out a warrant
against tho officer for assault and battery,
but was dissuaded therefrom by a third
- Tho late consolidation of tho intornal
revenue districts is now plainly shown to
have been only another step on the part
of President Arthur toward ronominatioti
in 1884, and a severe alap in tho face of
Mr. Logan who is Mr. Athur'a competitor.
By the re arrangement of tho districts only
one collector is left who is for Mr. Logan,
all the others being now for Arthur. Tho
one exception is General Pavey of this
district and there Is talk now about his
speedy removal also unless ho will signify
his willingness to swear allegiouoe to the
"powers that be"no w at Washington. Tho St,
Louis correspondent of tho Chicago Journa
loams from an eminent lawyer politician of
Central Illinois, that President Arthur has
thrown down the gauntlet in the face of
Senator Logan, and has forwarded a semi
official flag of truce to ex-Senator Oglesby
headquarters. This eminent lawyer says
i-resiaent Artuur desires to bo his own sue
cessor, and wants tho Illinois delegation
Uen. iiOgan has presidential aspirations,
ami wants the same delegation. To defeat
Logan, the president has consolidated Mer
nam, ot Springfield, one of Logan's
staunchest friends, out in lavor of John
Hill, Congressman Cannon's man, and
zealous Oglesby champion. He has retain
ed General Rowett, of Quincy and Howard
Knnwlcs, of Ptoria, two staunch Oglesby
men. Ho retains Crooker.of Mendota, and
Harway, of Chicago, who are tor himself
at all haz irdsas against General Logan.
Hon. W. T. Scott was elected one of
the vice presidents of the colored editors
association of the country, which met at
St. Louis a few days ago. Mr. Scott is said
to have accomplished this himself, by one
of those shrewd maneuvers for which he
has attained an enviable reputation among
his political brethren. lie packed the con
vcntion witn a number ol men wlio were
not editors of any paper, but who were
friends of Mr. Sott. A watchful rival
from Michigan saw the trick, got angry,
and when Mr. Scott ventured to remark
that in his opinion a certain committee of
which the Michigauder was chairman lack
ed the brains necessary to do the iiapor
tant work for which it had been appointed.
This Michigan member for some unaccount
able reason took offense and also took oc
casion to administer a rather ru le rebuke;
but the fuss ended iu a very positive asser
tion from each that he could lick the other
out in tho alley. But Mr. Scott "got there
allee satuee," as he generally does in races
for polithul honors, and therefore he can
afford to regard the angry and blustering
Michigander with silent coutempt.
Besides several other things, too num
erous to mention right here, the Pulaski
couuty coroner's jury in the Howard case,
is an instrument in the hands of the Re
publican machine in that county, used in
the interest of individual Republican ma
chine politicians and against the few prom
inent Democrats who are graciously per
mitted to live and have their being in
Mound City. As is kuown, just after the
lynching of Howard, thero was much ex
citement among the negroes of the county,
and there were open charges of neglect
against the Republican officials of the city,
in that they failed to provide for the safety
of tho prisoner. Republicans are pleased
to believe that these charges were origina
ted by Democrats, for the purpose of creat
ing a distrust in the At'ricau mind against
the R publican authorities of Mound City
an 1 Pulaski county, and causing a break in
the Republican hosts at the next election.
Whether this be true or not matters little.
Of this wo are satisfied : that the Howard
jury, composed entirely of colored men and
brothers, is now being manipulated by cer
tain machine Republicans, for tho solo pur
pose of exhonoratiog tho Republican offi
cial: and politicians from all blame; for the
purpose of giving some of them opportuni
ties to deny under oath the
authorship of certain expressions
imputed to them, concerning tho
lynching of Howard, which would not in-
licute that they loved the colored man anil
brother with a burning love that filled and
threatened to consumo their little souls.
And also for tho purpose of giving prom
inence to and proving if possible, charges
that certain prominent Democrats used
similar expressions when commenting upon
the Howard lynching. This wo know, for
we saw it and heard it, and wo veature to
express the opinion that it is an outrageous
prostitution of one of the judicial branches
of the county government of Pulaski
county, to the partisan political purposes of
the Republican michine. The claim that
the jury is striving to find who perpetrated
the lynchiug, is n mere pretense, and to
give it the semblance of probability, men
are dragged from distant counties, put to
considerable expense, trouble and loss of
time, with no other possible result than to
havo them tell what they don't know about
the lynchers. But "what are the people
going to do about it?"
I'HB BTOHM PERIODS OP JCLY.
17th and 18th Storms and floods in Kan
sas and Missouri.
10th and 20th Very heavy rains and
generally sultry weather, with thunder and
wind storms throughout Middlo and North
21st and 23d Moro settled and cooler;
frosty in New York state and at points
23d and 24th-IIeat and sultriness;
drought iu portions of Pennsylvania and
25th and 20th Great heat, with scatter
ed storms of rain and thunder, with hail ;
hottest portion of tho month.
2?th and 28th Cooler; Btorms along tho
IIuiIhoii to New York; heavy rains in
20th to 31t-Cooler for brief period,
with pretty general storms at close of
month and entry of August; heavy rains
and floods at western points.
A red-headed loss in Kentucky,
Jump on a colt very plucky,
But St. Jacobs Oil used,
Cured the back sho had bruised,
As well as the jumps of Miss Duckie.
HEALTH and COMFORT!
STOCK1 oUr PitEMISE8' We "'aTea large
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BR0M0 CHL0RALTJM, GIR0NDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
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v. Uudgi- MIihtsI Spr iil'h are only Vor i mil
NEW YOllK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Larire.st Variety Slock
IN TIIK (UTY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PA.T1 Kit &c CO..
Cor. Nioeteuntb Vlrsot t
Commercial Athdhh I
Cairo & at. Louis Packet.
The palatial Anchor Line iteamvr
Will eav-Cairo every Saturday and Tu. i.lav evun
lug at o'clock, giving C'mro a daily toil for St.
Kor particular an rntf-n. ptc an til v to Caut.
Thc.i. V. SUlcliln, Ociioral Aipnl, or Sol A. Silver,
Cnirn Ac II!okrmir 1'iw k.et.
The flac paMenger aud freight ileami-r
ill leave Cairo tverv
Monday, Wednesday and
Tho olil brass dunk went onlv thirtv
hours, and wens set in motion y a
weight nttaclioil t a chain which iiassod
over a slmavo having spikes m tht
groove which cniihi in tho links of lli
chain nml reiitim-d to bo drawn up ev
ery day. Then! was a counteroino nl
tho othor end of tho chain, and some
times a single weight was contrived tc
serve both tho going ami tho striking
pans, ana tiiero was occasionally no
alarm. On the introduction of tho lona
pendulum, clocks scum to have assumed
a diflurent character. Catgut was sub
stituted fur tho chain, and barrels were
introduced, on which tho catgut was
wound up, and, a greater length of lino
being employed, clocks were made togc
for eight days instead of thirty hours,
ami a chinio of bells playing every quar
ter of an hour was often added; the
weights and long pendulum hung down,
and as thoro was danger of their action
being interfered with, tall wooden ensof
wero made to protect them, on tho tot
of which tho movement was placed.
This was, I believe, tho origin and daU
of tho tall, upright clock cases, whiuh
wero often niailo of ornamental wood
and enriched with lino marquetry. 1
have one mvself in an oarlv inamuctri
case, made liy Thomas Tompion, with a
ueaulitul set of chimes, about WM, and
it is an admirable timekeeper, though
it mis only the original iron wire for the
pendulum rod; and similar instances
aro numerous. Tho earlier cases art
made of oak mi1 walnut, tho tnahoiranv
cases being of tho fullowinsr eontury.
when that wood was introduced. The
brass "button and pillar clocks" seem
to havo conn out of uso about this time,
and probably few were made at tho end
of tho seventeenth century; but thai
will appear more clearly if I receive
many communications from tho ownen
of dated examples. With regard to the
numo of brass clocks, I havo hoard thorn
called very many years ago "button
and pillar clocks." Tho moaning and
origin of the namo I cannot toll, unless
it is derived from the pillars at tho cor-,
tiers and tho hook or button on which
tho clock may bo hung up against the
wall, fates and Queries.
- m a
Tho perpetual clock, which has boon
running in Brussels for a year without
Htopping or being touched by human
hands, Is wound up by a draught of air
through a tube which operates on a fan
connected with tho machinery. The
draught is made to pass upward through
tho tube by exposing It tc tho heat of Ui
and ("or. 8th & Wash. Ave.
H. E. INCE,
Manufacturer od Dealer In-
8th Streei, betweeu CoioT Av. .id Levee.
CHOKE BO HI NO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMD.NITION.
Woi Kasaired. All Kind l K,'t Uada.
ill. R. IMITII.
EUBXHT A. aMlTU,
Grand Central Store.
CA.IRO. - - ILX,.
Our wagons are now delivering the
DISTILLED WATER JCE
to all parts of the city.
We solicit your patronage and assure
yon that we will serve you regularly
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We euarantee full
weights at all
Delivered 100 lbs. and upward, 40c.
Delivered less than 100 lbs., 50c.
Leave orders at
Telephone No. 98.
our Factory, or
Everybody is invited to
come and see the model Ice
The Distilled Water Ice Mfg. Co,
N. K Thistlewood & IJro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - Illinois.
130 and l ift Commor-j
clal Aretiuo, (
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS'
full Una or Mil the latoat, newent colon
and quality, aud bant manufaclur.
OAUPJOT D IC P A IIT M K N" IV
Bodr Hruola, Tipcatrtoi, Ingtuni, Oil
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Thla Dt'parlmntil ocr.nploa a full llonr ami
1 complula In all rvapnot. Uooda art
gnarautuod ol lateat atylt nd boat ma
llottotu Prices aud First-class floods 1