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DRY GOODS HOUSE.
Jn'EW DOTTED SWISS.
at in, V2, 15 and iOc.
SMYRNA and TOKCIIOU LACES,
All ovur EmbioldutleB.
All of which are ofl'ered at prices not to be duplicated elsewhere.
Wo aU offer ATTRACTIVE NoVETIES la
a' LOWER PRICES than ever. We are the largest Cash handlers
ot Dry Hoods In Southern Illinois and buying: for cash gives us all
the advantages enjoye 1 by the largest city houses. Buyers of Dry
Go ds w ill serve tueir interests bnst by paying us a visit of inspec
tion. A visit to us does not imply the necessity of piw basing. We
take pleasure in showing our Stack. Samples mailed.
CI-IA.S. JR. STTJAJRT.
OFFICE :-No. 78 Ohio
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
NTRKl.l) AT TUB CAIRO TOSTOFFICE FOIl
UtANSMISSION TIIHOl'UIi TUK MAILS AT
8KCO.N1) CLASS HATES.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
AdJtional locals on third pao.
Phil Saup is again on hand to-day
with ice cream of every flavor. It
Jailor Cain qmlificd yesterduy for the
new fiscal year.
There are five prisoners iu the city j ail
three men aud two women.
Ice, wood and kindling, at City Brew
t-ry, Jacob Klee. tf
Mr. Will S. Hays, uister-in-Uw and
daughter passed through here yesterday tor
The Rev. Ebon Mine, of Mt. Vernon,
Ills., will preacl) at the Presbyterian Church
t omorrow morning and evening.
There is taik of putting a daily fruit
train on the Wabash Road from Cairo to
Danville. The 20 li of this month is fixed
113 the date for the first train.
Ice cream and soda at Soup's parlors
on Washington Avenu;. It
R. Jones lias closed bis saloon, corner
Eighth Street and Commercial Avenue, for
the time being. He iutcuda to make a
trip to 6ome health resort, and when he re
turns will re-opec his business.
Go to Saup'a parlors to-duy for ice
i ream, confectioner', etc. It
Wild rumors were afloat yesterday
t.bout a panic in New York City; and that
Jay Oould bad failed with liabilities to the
tmount ot $113,000,000.
Fon Sale A 70 barrel water tank
made ol 2 inch pine c st f 35 a year ago,
will sell for $40. Enquire at The Bulle
tin office. 3t
Judge Baker will convene Circuit
Court to morrow morning. The term will
1 robably not be a prostrasted one. There
lire about a dozen prisoners in the county
jiil awaiting trial for various offenses.
A large commodious boarding house
to rent in a good location on coiner 32ud
street and Commercial Avenue. Ioquire of
R. Walsh, Commercial Avenue, between
19th and 20th btreets. lw
Louis Enos, the absconding auditor of
the St. Louis & Cairo Road, was taken
through this city yeBterday, by a Pinker
ton detective, to St. Louis to be tried for
' his felony.
Labt call Parties desiring bargains
:n furniture must call this week at 101
Commercial Avenue, up stairs. All goads
remaining on band will be sold out at
auction, May 20th. n ct
The Democrats of Jackson County, in
mass convention assembled at Carbondale,
havo selected delegates to the Judicial Con
tention to be held at Centralis on the 21st
and instructed thm to vote for Jacob O,
tnance ler Uei ot the Supreme Court,
and John W. Barton for Clerk of the Ap
A fine piano ii offered to be raffled off
by Miss Ida Borott, the music teacher
Tickets at f 1.00 each can be had at P. O.
Schuh's, E. A. Buder's, F. Korsnieyer'a Jan
Coleman i, Harry Bcbuh'i. Goldatine &
Rosen water' and O. O. Wichert's. 1 1
Aa analysis of the vote cast for strik
in; ont the enactiug clause of the Morrison
bill shows that of the forty-one Democrats
who voted with the Republicans, twenty
three were Irom Pennsylvania, Ohio and
Illinois, states which bare not once cast
atlO. ltf'i and l.'.c.
LACE STRIPE PIQUE.
aud Jaconet Edgings and Inserting to match,
& SUN UMBRELLAS
Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
their electoral vote for a Democratic Presi
dential candidate within the last twenty
five years; four votes came from California
and one from Connecticut, which cast their
electoral votes for a Democrat only once in
twenty-five years. There were but five
West of the Ohio State lino and four South
of the Ohio River. These facts are sug
gestive and will furnish rich food fur the
On the 15th instant a prisoner named
John Jackson alias "Cuff," a negro, will be
released from the Joliet Penitentiary, who
will then have served out a term of six
years for burglary. He is said to be one of
the best-known negro burglars in the West;
has hangouts at Chicago, Cairo, St. Louis
and in various river towns; works the "re
ligious racket" to perfection; claims to be
now studying for the ministry, and is going
to Kansas to start a colored Bupttist
It has been suggested that it might be
possible to induce the Thomas orchestra
that is to exhibit at Memphis on the 4th
and 5th of next month might be induced
to stop over here when on its way to St.
Louis. The company is said to be no of
the grandest of the kind ever in the coun
try and to have them stop over here would
be a big card for Cairo. In view of the
fact that they must pass through hero any
how it may be that they could be induced
to remain over one night and give the peo
ole of this city and vicinity an opportunity
to hear them.
Who that looked on ber face and Baw
how peaceful it was, and how, as one of
her friends said, there were no signs of
death upon it, but could feel how beloved
a thing it is to fall asleep in Jesus I
To the young, whose hepes are strong,
whoso eyes see the beautiful things of the
world, to whom smiles are more natural
than tears, joy than sorrow, death seems a
terrible thing. To them, it is not as often
to the old, the lading aside of a burden
which has Boine times been hard to bear,
the giving up of the brightness of lifo
which is symbolised in blue skies and
sunshine, in the breath of soft winds upon
the cheek and in the perfume of flowers.
Even when winter has changed nature's
face and stolen its beauty, they can look
beyond and see as little Nell did the com
ing of spring onco more a beautiful and
happy time in which the birds shall sing
And in many among the young there is a
root to these joyous thoughts which lies
deep in the heart, and which briugB forth
tne iruit ot righteousness. To Borne of
them who love the Master He has tauuht
that under all things of His creation are
His everlasting arms. That though Imp.
piness seems to perish here with the form
that clothes it yet that it lives eternally
And of such was she.
And so while to those who loved her, and
tor whom her departure has made a void
which no other form can fill, there is deep
grief, yet "ye sorrow not, even as others
which have no hope. For if we believe
that Jesus died and rose again, even bo
them also which sleep in Jesus will God
bring with him."
"Beyond the parting and tba meeilng
We laail be suon ;
Beyond the farewell and the greeting
Beyond these puliea refer beating
We ihall be loon
Love, rest and home)
Lord, not tarry, bat come. C.
nusious unoice northern Butter in 0
and 101b. caddies for family use at 24c. per
pound it New Yoke Stoke. li-3t
CHIEF JUSTICE MARSHALL.
Unveiling of the Statue of
Diatineruiehed Jurist at
Washington, D. O.
Great Concourse of Notable People
Honor the Oocasion With
Chief Justice Waite's Eulogium of An
. Illustrious Predecessor A Well
Washington, D. C, May 10. The
statue of Hon. John Marshall, late Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United
States, was uuveiled with appropriate
ceremonies at one o'clock this afternoon.
The statue stands Immediately west of
the staircase leading west from the Capi
tol 011111111!,'. ii is a very imposlne mon
ument. The ceremonies were Impressive
ami tne unveiling was attended by mem
bers of the Cabinet, the Marshall family.
members of the courts and of the houses
of Congress, by the Philadelphia Car As
sociation, trustees ol tuo iMarshall memo
rial fund and the Congressional Commit
tee on the Marshall statue. The Invited
guests occupied seats on the platform,
Ki'v. nr. Armstrong onerea nravcr.
after which Chief-Justice Walte delivered
the address. He said: "Justice Marshall
died iu Philadelphia on the 6th of July,
isjj. iue uexi uay me oar met and re
solved that it be recommended to the bar
of the United States to co-operate in rais
in; a monument to nis memorv at some
suitable place in wasnington City or Phil
adelphia, and that no more than $10 he
received irom any one member.
Commissioners in other States advised
tills regulation. Iu this way the sum of
$.1,000 was collected. Then the sub
scriptions stopped. Not so, however, the
work of the Philadelphia Commissioners
or, as I prefer to call them, the Phila
delphia trustees; for a few years ago the
lust survivor brought out a package of
securities, oy wuien u was snown that
under their careful management the
83,000 of 1835 had grown In 1SS0
to almost 20,000. At this time
it was thought that something
nngni oe aone Dy me oar aione to carry
out in an appropriate way the original
design; but Congress, In order that the
nation might join the bar In honoring the
memory of a great man to whom so much
was due, added another 820,000 to the
lawyers' fund, and to-day Congress as
well as the bar has asked you here to
witness the unveiling of the monument
which has been erected under these cir
After briefly and eloquently euloeizlti"
the deceased, the Chief-Justice concluded
as follows :
"Without detaining you longer, I ask
you to look upon what is to hereafter
represent at the seat of Government the
reverence of Congress and the bar of the
I mted Mates for John Marshall, the ex
pounder of the Constitution."
After further music an oration bv
William Henry Kawle. Esq.. of Phlladel-
phia, the ceremonies concluded with the
tttl-VMl'.SI.NO THE METHODISTS.
A Colored Delegate to the General Con
ference Causes Much Merriment.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 10. The Meth
odist Conference re-assembled this morn
ing, with Bishop Harris in the chair.
Rev. J. E. Wilson, of South Carolina,
conducted the devotional exercises. A
resolution was adopted Drovidins
that all conferences organized out
side of the United States, or hereafter
organized, shall be entitled to the same
rights and privileges as those in the
United States. The resolution offered
yesterday by Governor Evans, of Colora
do, relative to Instructing the agents of
the two book concerns to furnish a de
tailed statement of the past four years
was adopted with an amendment
that the names of the employes
be stricken from the schedule
which the agents are required to fur
nish. Rev. Dr. Curry, from the Commit
tee on Episcopacy, reported, recommend
ing that India be fixed as an episcopal
residence. Rev. Dr. Marshall W.Taylor
a colored delegate from Lexington'
moved to amend by striking out the word
"India" and inserting "Africa." He had
In his mind for the position a gentleman
of standard proportions, splendid physi
que, excellent digestion. He did not
allude to any member of ike Wash
lnijton Conference, but a delegate from
Baltimore. He referred to his friend
Rev. Dr. Lanahan, of Baltimore. Great
laughter. He had three reasons for the
amendment proposed. First, poetical
"Your fathers," said Dr. Taylor, "com
pelled us to live iu America, and I want
to compel one white man to live in my
country, Africa." Renewed lan"hter J
The second reason was acommercfalone
and his third, ecclesiastical. '
Rev. Dr. Lanahan, of Jialtimore, said
there was no room for mirth or trifling
here laughter. It has been said that
one of the mission churches is in almost
a state of disintegration because they
have no Bishop. He moved that con
sideration of the matter be postponed
and to make It the order of
the day Monday. Itev. a. U.
Leonard, of Cincinnati, confessed that
his heart had been touched by the appeal
of Dr. Taylor. The Conference will prob
ably not adopt Taylor's amendment now
but the time is not far distant when such
a motion will prevail. A colored man
proscribed, as no other man ever has
been. The Methodist Episcopal Church
can do for Africa what no other church
He Can Mot Eacape Juatice in Missouri
-Fear of Suicide.
Pn rsitt itGii, Pa., May 10. Detective
Browning, of St. Louis to-day received
the record of the Missouri Court In the
caso of John I). Shea, the murderer of
Policeman Doran, whom he Identified at
the Riverside Penitentiary on Wednes
day. The record shows that Shea was
convicted of murder aud sentenced to be
hung, aud that the motions for arrest of
judgment and a new trial were overruled.
I'heso documents, together with the
record In Shea's case In the courts of this
county, will be sent to Governor Pattlson
to-day and will be accompanied by a
requisition from the Governor of Missouri
for Shea's body. It is not expected that
Governor Pattlson will grant the requisi
tion, as under the law his powers are not
Clearly denned, but the formal applies
SUNDAY MUKfllNO. MAY
tlon will Be made In order to Drevent th
escape oi Dnea mrougn any technicality
- J C 1 A . "
it is not Known tnat Shea will resist his
removal to Missouri. So far aa ran u
'ascertained he is without friends In this
Mate, lie has become very despondent,
aud it would not be surprising ii he at-
ICUipiCU lO vuu ois me.
Blood at Qulncy.
Chicago, III., May 10. At Oulnc
iLI. i ... .
ims morning twenty masked men at
tacked a train of wagons carrying non
Union molders to work under a guard
of police. The rioters shot two of the
nou-unionists, out not fatallv. Tim nth.
era jumped out of the wagons and es
yi'ixcY, ill., May 10. The outbreak
that has been feared for several duv
began this morning, and the city 1
terrorized oy the prospects of riot
This morning the striklus: molders beiran
an assault upon a wagon-load of "scabs
at a iounnry as tney were on the way to
worn, aiasaea men and women in men's
clothing drove the "scabs" off, aud sho
iieca and radeiiora, "scabs." and the
driver. Later, on the arrival of twelve
"scabs" by the train,
was iimue mhu rocKs. lino man was
badly hurt and several shots were fired
by the employers while they aud the
"scabs" were in a lumber vard. More
trouble Is coming.
Pointer From an Ex-Detective Now in
Vandalia, III., May 10. L. L. Clux-
tan, formerly a detective In this city, but
now a Lafayette county representative In
the Chester Prison, has written State's At
torney ionner ot this county, giving
pointers on several of the Mascoutah
gang of horse thieves, whose terms of
imprisonment expire in a few davs.
There are charges pending against them
in tins county, and at the expiration of
their term Former will liave an oillcer
there to bring them to Vandalia to answer
to indictments for horse stealing.
Suicide of a Politician.
Pittsburgh, Pa., May 10. XChmmrh.
Telegraphs Westflcld, !'., special says
Hon. Butler B. Strong committed sui
clde this morning. Ill-health is assigned
as the reason for the rah deed. De
.eucu lepreueuteu llie UlSinct 01 Tioga
tounty in the State Senatu and House for
fifteen years. In politics he was a Re
Mattoon, III., May 10. General J. B
weaver, the Greenback leader, will de
liver a triple-headed speech to the few
remaiuiug Greeubackers hereabouts at
this place on the l!Uh, on "Reform iu
Politics," "Political Economy" and "Wo
The Inter-State Drill.
Houston, Tkx., May 10. The Inter-
State contest closed last night between
the Houston Light Guards, the Columbus
Guards and the Treadway Hides, St.
Louis, with the latter second favorites,
the Light Guards selling first in the
The decisions of the iudges aud award-
lug prizes are first on the programme to
day. Then comes the individual drill for
the Noyes cup, followed by a sham battle,
after which most of the companies will
leave lor home.
BASE BALL BUE VITUS.
summary of Game Played Friday.
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions. 12:
Nationals, 4 St. Louis Browns, 3:
Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati Unions. 7:
Baltimore, 4 Cincinnati Americans,
v ; loieuos, i
Washington. D. C Metropolitans. 7.
Chicago, ill. Chicago Unions, fi:
r . . . . 1 - '
I'ROVIDENCK. K. I. PfOV deuce. S-.
n..u..i... . ' ' '
Louisville. Ky. Indlnnunolis.
Pittsburgh. Pa. Allecrhenv. ft: liiw.w
' - -a y t - y - v-w
JNKW York. New York, 5; Detroit, 0.
Boston, Mass. Boston. C: Cleveland.
Philadelphia, Pa. Athletics. 5: it ii-
umore, , vt innings Chicago, 7; Phil-
The Swaim Inquiry
Washington, D. C, May lO.-The
Swaim Court of Inquiry reconvened to
day and the prosecution closed the case
with the examination of John :, lkal,
book-keeper of Balman & Co., who tes
tified that a due bill was presented at
the bank for payment; $3,000 was de
manded and refused. The Court
then called Paymaster-General Koch
ester and Paymaster Carey. They
testified that an arrangement was made
at Colonel Morrow's request and sanc
tioned by the Secretary of War by which
Colonel Morrow's pay was to be drawn
only In Washington. There was no infor
mation at the Department that his ac
counts were duplicated and the arrange
ment was designed to enable Colonel
Morrow to pay his debt. The Court
then adjourned until Monday.
Can Keep a Secret.
Washington, D. C, May 10. Lee E.
Hutchison, foreman of the last Grand
Jury of the Star-route trial, was called
by the Sprluger committee, but declined
to divulge the secroU of the Grand Jury
room until he consulted with his attor
neys. Witness was excused until Mon
day. The committee then further ex
amined Deputy United States Marshal
Brown, of the Western District of Penn
sylvania. IfOUTV-KIGUTII C'ONUUICMS.
Washington, D. C, May 10. Senator
Farley presented a resolution from the
State Assembly of California in favor of
coutinuod appropriations for the Improve
ment of the Sacramento and other rivers
of the State.
Senator Miller (of Cal.) presented a pe
tlon from the workmen of Maro Island
and elsewhere praying the passage of a
bill to pay the Government employes for
extra work under the eight-hou r law.
The pension cases on the calendar were
then proceeded with, and at a few mm
utes before one the Senate went In a body
to attend the cercraopies connected with
the unveiling of the Marshall statue,
Do You Agree With Us?
It is about" high time the style of bmiuess of IdoiI
jviiiking the public with the gifts ot Watches and Chain ?,
(Jocks, Lromos, Dalls, Bats, &c, is stopped, and the people
Given Pull Value
r r i.i . .
without merit no business can prosper. Wo give the best
of Goods at the lowest possible price. (Jootl Goods sell
themselves, and require no humbugging to convince the
public of its truthfulness. You can not get something for
nothing, and all these gifts (?) cost somebody something
VK BELIEVK in an HONEST BUSINESS. HONESTLY COfi
DUCIEI). You can rest assured that you will get a hun
dred cents on the dollar for every dollar you spend with us
and .m (iiFTS.
We will NOT be UNDERSOLD.
SAMUEL -:- BUHGEH,
This Week's Grand Bargains
The finest, handsomest and
to this market.
Our stm k is now
HOSIERY, NECKWEAR axd PARASOLS.
We defy coin petit ion our stock
Silks, Satins, Ponque Silks, Hun's Veilings, Cashmeres and Buntings
We arc sellniif lower tluin any oilier ho.ise iu the city.
Would call the attention of the public to our large line of
Carpets in Yelets, English and American Buussels. 3-nlv
and extra Supers can be found
iuj rupumr iioue oi
STOTKS, -:- BAHGES, -:- T1H,
Bird Cages, Bath Tubs, Water
Affent for Adams & Westlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas Moves, Ihtroit
Safe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows. Chilled Plows, Walkinj Cultivators,
Corn Sellers, Planters, Kte., Ktc.
Nos,' 27 & ' 33,
Paints, - Oils,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades, Artist's Material, c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
Moiildiilgs, Picture Frames,
Notices In this column iflrue Hue, or !(.' ..xeiii.
ODolDHertion or (LOO per week.
There will bo a Stork-hoUlera meeting of the
IU'noin Irou unci CVal Company at Itimr oiDcd in
Cairo on the 2th rtayot AWv, at a. m., for t hi
parpoHo of elect. vg cine director and the traninc
tlon of Bucn other busings a way pronely comr
before the meHltif. c. O liODFKET. I'rr
W. B. COKMAN, 8eVy. ' 41!Mf
Notice to the Public!
Helnu about to leave Cairo permanently, I offur
ever) tuiu; in my linu of business
at less their cost!
Tereonfl desirous of securing bargains during the
coming FIKl'EKN DA ITS, can do so by call U.K at
VH Commercial Avenue.
S. ILTABER, Agt.
N. B All persona ow'ne the old firm of Tnhor
Bros, and M . K Taber will call and settle within
the time specified, otherwise claims will bo n need
in hands of lawyers for collection. 8. 11. T,
By the ladtct of the Episcopal Church,
at Temperance Hall,
Twuir,MAY 15th andlCth.
From 12 to 2 o'clock.
A SPLENDID DI.VNKU with all the delicacies of
the Notion Fult FIFTY CENTS.
MrSt'awborr es and Tee Cream with Cuke f'lr
nlnhed txtra at moderate cost.
COME ONE! COME ALL!
w "I'ahioo" Clothier.
prettiest stock ever brought
new, popular and dosirub
in vaiiety an 1 low prices at
and Agate Ware,
Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
CLARK & LOVETT,
Telephone No 103
ia. b. aurrii.
SOBBKT A. KM ITU.
(Jmntl Central Store.
130 138 Cora'l Ave.
have received a full and complete lino
ol new F.ll and Winter
Cloak, rolmans, Notions, Etc.
A hc.vy stock of Body rrueli, Tapor
tries and Ingrain
A full slock of Oil Cloths, i Hiies and prlcei.
A full aud tomiib te stock la now being
cloed out at jruat baraiui.
Oood at Bottom IrloeJ