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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1878.
ijlW H.OBEKI.Y, Ed'.li.r and PuMUhor
I Or THJC DAILY DULI.ETIN :
Om WHk, Iry curler 9 2
Omtw by earlier, In advance 10 00
Om jrer kv curler II not pile In
MaM.vt,,,. 13 00
Tare HMirtlM 3 00
Mxm.....,, r, 25
Om year. 10 00
THE DO LiIj AK "WEEKLY BULLETIN
John H. Obcriybas reduced the subscrlp
tloa price of im Wkmxt Cairo Dollktin
to Oae DokaT per annum; making It the
eiespest paper published in Southern Illinois
THE DEATH ROLL OP 1872.
Referring to tlio death roll of tlio past
rear, tho Qulncr 'Herald' layi : " Dual
tin unon land and tea. front. Are and
water, havo combined to lay up agalns
tbo year 1672 a death record of appnlling
proportion!. Hut udder illll, while the
element hao been thin aclito In dcplet
ing tho rotter of humanity by ludden and
unnatural ways, death liai alio puriucd
hi ravage In a leu violent ahapo, select
Ing In hi course many whoso famo and
achievement lmd lit up the world. All
the walk of Ufa haro felt the havoc o
hli visitations and each has contributed itr.
quota to Ull up tho honored death roll of
Tho newt paper world ha witnessed in
tht brief twolvcmnnth tho eclipio in death
of many of Its guiding stars. lloraceUrcO'
ley of tho Tribune,' Dennett of tho 'Her
aid and Spalding of the 'World' wero
America's unwilling contribution.
celebrated, .French journalist, Adolph
Guorolt, editor of tho Pari 'Opinion Na
tionalo,' and a well-known American cdi
tor, Edward A. Pollard, formerly of tho
Richmond 'Examiner,' alio pasted away.
Tho army yielded Meade tho hero of
Gettysburg, and llallcck, alto of war fume,
Gen. Ewoll and Patten Anderion of
tho "Lost Causo" alio fell beneath dcalh'i
sicle, and thu tho ' Grey wa laid betid
tha lllue." Marshal Foroy of tho French,
Field Marshal Sir Gcorgo Pollock, G. C.
D, constablo of the towor, and Gen,
Ponnefather, another British loldier of re
nown, also patted away.
Of statesmen, a of editor, America
claim thn proudest lot in William II.
Seward, tho diplomat who wa tho strong
arm of the nation during tho gloomy day
of tho war. With him were gathered in
by tbo iniatlato harvester alto ex-Post-master
General Randall, ex-Minister to
Russia Ingersoll ; Humphrey Marshall ot
Kentucky; ei-Senators Wall of New Jr
ey, Grim: of Iowa, Walker of Wiscon
sin, Bragg of North Carolina, Van Winkle
of West Virginia, and Senator Garrett
Davis of Kontueky, whose faculty for
lengthy speoches is jttteslcd by tho 'Con
Speaking above of America, wo applied
It to tho United States exclusively, and
yet our declaration that America claim
the proudest loss of statesman is strongtbon
ei when wo come to our sister republic
Mexico, which lost Juarez, who with a
rigorous but tteady hand, for so lung held
her,retleis faction quiet and transmitted
tho government safely to hi successor
with onlarged power of usefulness and
renewed assurances of stability. There
wore alio Earl Mayo, governor general of
India, who was aisaisinated by u native
roligious fanatic in that country j Joseph
Mazzini, tho famous Itulian agitator, who
wa planning another revolution when
death quieted hi restlcii brain ; tho Duko
of Porilgny, tbo Third Napoleon's right
hand wan ; Sir Henry Dulwer, formerly
British minister nt Washington, and re
cently created Huron Dalling and Bulwer,
brothor of tho novelist; Lord Lonsdale,
late postmaster general and Duko of Bed
As thero has bcon n manifest curtail
ment of royally with tho advance of
years, so do we find 1872 charged with
the removal of fewer crowned heads or
their appendage from earthly scenes,
Charles XV. of Sweden, reputed abovo
the average of monarchs, was followed by
the Archduko Abrocht of Austria, known
a the victor of Cuttozza; tho Duko of
Guiie, one of the younger member of the
Orlean family ; and Don Angel Iturblde,
the ton of tho first emperor of Mexico.
Of book writer who havo died during
the year, Charles Lover it tbo most prom
inent, as hi writing wero tho most merl
lorlous and popular. ''Cburle O'Mnliey'
and other Irish novel will keep hi menv
ory green a the od wheruun so many
of the rollicking scenes they describo were
hid. D'Aublgne, Thaopblle Gautler, Pro
fessor Hodley of Yale, Sir John llowring,
"Fanny Fern" Parton, Norman McLcod
and Fullom and Horaco Maybow, tho En
glish novelists, complete the list of authors
wboiu yor,lc eiplod during tho yoar.
Tbo death of Prof. Mono of telegraphic
fame Is remembered ai an occurrencoof
yoiterday, and the world honored him in
aeatn lor tbo valuable servUe ho had
rendered humanity and science during a"
long and remarkablu life. Lisser mag
nates in the fields of tcience, but yet men
of distinction wero Fouarbacb, tue Ger
man philosopher; Uabincf, tho French
scientist ; and Dr. Francis Llubcr of
Of the divinity, we note tho demlso of
tho Roman Catholic prelate Cardinal
Amat, Archbishop Spalding of Baltimore,
and lilihop McGill of Richmond; tbo
Episcopal, Dr. Francis Vinton, rector of
Trinity church, New "lork city; and tho
ecoentric Aloinouisi, uiu rater Curt
wrigbt of our own state, whoso labor in
a 'tho"minlitry of the eliurch oxtond over a
ripe old life time.
The stage toojhas suffered in this twelve
month, losing somo of Its brightest orna
'mentis Forrest's.sudden taking away ut
Philadelphia a few days sinco'i alfli new
to many; Usckett, the great Fulstaff,
whose genlus.was everywhere appreciated,
preceded bim oaly a few montl.i, and with
theirs may be also appropriately 'coupled
vJftNiMS.0&90ThW lnMP1r- tr, Miss
'who 1 Jr)j jyg Wftfttbe Eng.
hsb Queen of Tragedy. Eliza Logan,
IfcKean Buchanan and William II.
Smith are also recorded among the dead
of tat American stage for the year. Two
eminent Gorsnsn tragedians, Boguml
Dawiion and Km 1 1 DevricaLdied In Drer
den duattar; Ike ycarr Tht; brmr ylsltcc.
tint country in ibgu.
Among the artlsti wero Wettmacott
the English sculptor; Kennett, Bull;
Ames and T. Buchanan Read, who wat
alio celebrated as a poet. - - -
Tho dead lawyers waro David Pan'
Brown of Philadelphia; Gen. Howard,
author of "Howard's United Stales Su
preme Court Bsports;" and James R
Whiting, Robert James Dillon ana John
H. McCunn of New York Thpjetter re
moved from the judgeship before death
for irregularities in tho administration of
Other notable- deaths aro thoio of Eras-
tus Corning, tbo New York railroad king;
John A. Grlswold, tho wealthy politician
of tho tame itato ; Samuol N. Pike of opera
house famo, and James Fisk, Jr., tho dar
ing operator who, in tho last year of hi
life, kept the eyes of tho world upon his
colossal enterprises and gorgeous personal
Our Home Advertisers.
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholesale and! tail Uroeer,
Has on hand nt-nll times Vegetables, Fruit s
miner anu tgt, iaru.
Honky, TaoncAi. FnuiTs, Etc., Etc.
I3TAII goods Warranted Fresh, and sold
at small l'rollt.
N. II. Parcels delivered to any part of the
city to Customers.
WrsT HIDK COUHEtlCIAL AVI., IIKTWKN
17th AND 18th STREETS.
MO-lf CAIRO, II.LIKON.
BOAT BTOBES j
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor.
(OLD POST OFFICE STAND.)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ave.
The best brands o I Clears, cholco Wlns,
Liquors, etc., always on hand.
Biropen day and nlght.3
LIME CEMENT !
CAPS GIRARDEAU AND ILLIAO
ConimeroUi-av., Foot of Eleventh-si.
Best quality of Llmo and Cement al
ways on band, and for sale at the
very lowest figures for cash.
OROCXRIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
rRicER for CAsn.
AT n. C. THIELEOKE'S STORE
WAilUNOTOK AVENUE. BZTWEX TKNTH
AMD ELEVENTU HTBEETB.
K tt. car Cuba Sugar for - - -$5 0
91 ... 1 00
6 lbs. A coflco Sugar, N. Y. Std. 1 0C
1 " Primo Rio Coffoo for - - 1 0C
3J " Choice " " - - 1 OC
8 " Old Government Java 1 OC
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods new and full weight given. Call
And Dealer In
LE3. FRUITS. EflOS, LARD
RESU BUTTER, ETC.
fc3T All Goods warranted fresh, and sole!
uie lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. andCommerclalAve.
H. M. HULK,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruita &Nuts,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
For Sale at "Wholesale or Retail
COBMKE 32D-STRKKT AMD OHIO LEVKa
Our Home Advertisers.
Our Home Advertisers.
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
?cL7'.,li!ffiCAtnd WIN TElt'S BLOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
CT"rhe -bc8t brands of Cigars, choice
WTnci, Liquors, etc., always on hand tl
RTLLIAKD SALOON AND BAR
BOOM. JOHlf OATEN. Proprietor.
104 Comroereial Avsaar, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Bt brand of Callft UCIaarslu rohvJ,
MILLIARD saloon furnished with the 1-eM
of tables : and bar supplied with wines, liquor
and clcarnof thrnn.l bran-l.
Corner Twsnty-second street
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest marko
price. A1k a good article of
Very cheap. Leave orders at HALLIDAY
BROTH Bits, or apply at tho ulll.
WUUi I WOOD 1 1 WUUD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Csteaptlf ssot Ckcssn
bad any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the slates at the Postofllce and at Hos
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth meets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
give good measure and will cord tho wood
up If desired.
anirlO-tf DENNIS HALEY.
NEW YOltK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LA&OEIT TARIKTT STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERT CLOSE.
Corner ef Mlnrtn-nlb street assd Com
GEOlttiE 1). WILLIAMSON,
AMD DEALER IN
Open day and night lor the accomodation
3STO. 7S OHIO liEVSS
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol evitry Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every stylo, plain and oniamcntai
Particular attention paid to Glass Olldlns
Orders solicited for tScenery. Frtscoe and
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
and ornamental. All work Hi.
my care will be promptly at
Shop In Perry House, coiner I
avenue and Eighth street.
Gilt, plans and ornamental. All work nv
miuu ui m
LINEGAR, MUNN & POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S BLOCK,
No. 104 Commercial Avenue,
French, Scotch and American casslnicrcs
or ail colors, ana ueavcr and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up in tho
And at the lowest price. A line fit and first
tan work Kuarantued. Satisfaction in ov
ry re sped warranted.
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eiorrrn St., Bt. Com. & Wasii.,
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Hns just opened a new and stylish estab
l.shmcut, fully up to the times, and invites
old customers and new, ladies, children nud
ill, to favor him with their patrouagr.
CsTAII work ilonn In tha Luted Htvfr.
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Om Killer's nd flumber'e material, Wood
pumr . Klobe and angle vstvas, stop
cooks, ehrok lTes,stc.
also Lam roa
TnfU Hrottsara Pstteat Urjr asm Net? r
And MoreuouMi, Well A Go's Automslla Wntet
Imtlesinr and Supply Vulre for nifum boiler.
WINTER'a HI.OOK. nOMMKRniAL-AVKM PI
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and.Oth streets,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A tlnn nnw Dlnlmr Hall with evcrv con
vcnlence has been added to thl popular
Kcstaurant, and tuc guests win un-j ever
requisite lor lueiraccomouauon.
THE BILL OF FARE
conrUts of every substantial and delicacy ol
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES & CIGARS
tUTMlzed drinks prepared with care.
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
. 13) TiMTn btsmt, .
Bors). Hswk. Bllssdsu Hoaldlaira,
EaveCintI,(WBiMl Wlstdnwnssil Hoar
Frststse), Floorlsssx, iMttt,
MsImsiIm, Ctlnsed Saab, fllaaod Hid
LlKkta, Gtnsicd TrssssaenKi
NsMh Welihta, Ssali Pnlllea ssisd O
llsssl ruatesslsisra, Roollsisr
rll, Booasss; Omial, Plaaterln
Pnptr, Carpet felt, Wblte
Iid, IJstMd oil, American Window
GlsuMi, EDBllats ssssiirrencls
Plate Ulana, Putlr, Ofaaler'a Points
Sewer Pipe Pntent C'htmueya;
KNT8 for Rock Kiref Tsrer ConiMir1
Hhonlhirt Fell and tjunrls Cement
W John' ImiiroTwl Koofini.. lwTtoti
EUbllshed, November 18, 1872
On the corner of 12th street and Washington
avenue, opposite Bulletin olllcc.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1872.
Tuition lrom 12 to 120 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will he spared to make it
to all concerned.
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Music.
J. M. RODENBAUQU,
Teacher of Wind and String Instruments
(See circular.) 11.14 tl..
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o ery descrlptlen,
LATH, SniNOLES, CEDAR POSTb
DOORS, SASII, BLINDS
Furnished on ehortent notice
Uommcrcial-av, bet. 10th and lltli-sLs..
no it us.
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HEAL EMTATE AUENV1.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND TLOOB) OHIO LEVEE,
But and Sscll Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And pe-re Conmjnt ofKlmle :
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William If. Cireen,
Williun U dilbtrl, ) CAIRO, IU.IWOW.
SMTHueeia. stUatioa (Iren to Admlraltf sod
OVriOI OHIO LITIS, BOOM! T iVD A OTRB
CITT MATJOSTAL BAjTK.
John Q. llancun. t'liuu. Tlinipp
JOHN Q. IIARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Xortls Cor, Bill at. assd ObloLeve.
Abstracts of Title, Conveyancing made a
sperinity. Jtcal rtatu uoiign; aim sold,
t3T'luxos Paid, cte.
T II E
CAIRO PRICE CURRENT
DAYS OF1S8UETUE9DAY AND FRIDAY
Offlce in the llulletln Ilulldins;, corner ol
'iweuin nt. anu wasnington ave.
Furnished In nuantltles to suit subserlh
ers, with their card at the bead of the flnt
column; rnce w pyr nuuureu, payable
yyLeava orders on moraine of Issue,
J. 0. HUELS,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
BLANK HOOKS of every dcucrlntlondono
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling demo ut short notice, niblcs, Music,
Magazines and Periodicals bound neat anu
at the lowest po-flblo rates.
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
Fco Hooks, lilanks. etc., made n ipcclallty
Hoxcs, Pocket Hooka, Envelopes, etc.,
maue to p'"r. ii4tii.
Mayor's Office, )
CAIRO, Ills., December U, 1872. j
Public notice is beroby given that an elec
tion will ho held
ON TUESDAY, THE 7TII DAY OF JANUARY
A. D. 1873,
In tho city or Cairo, in the State of Illinois,
lor the purpose of di'tcrmlHlng the question
a to whether said city of Cairo shalOiecome
Incorporated tinder tho act of tho general
assembly ot this state, entitled "An act to
provide for the Incorporation of cities and
villages," approved April 10th. 1872, in force
July 1st. 187U $ and nloo, at thu same time
there will be submitted for udoptlon or rejec
tion, tho question ol minority representa
tion " tu the city council, or legislative au
thority ot said city.
.For the purpose of said election, said city
of Cairo has been divided Into two elculldii
districts, the one of which comprises all the
territory in sain city, soma ami cast or tno
center line of Twelfth struct extended to the
Ohio and MlsaUalnnl rivers, and the nlaco of
voting, in saiu meinci, win iieiue iiougu aim
Ready enirtue-bouse ; the other district com
nrlses all the territory In said city, north and
west of said line extended as aturesald, and
the place or voting therein will be the court
house. l)y order ol the cl!y council.
juhh at. i.AKSUEN, jisyor.
'Cairo Dally Sun' and
,. 3:00 '
.. 6. 0
.. S.17 "
CAIRO CITY COAL
Ii prepared to ruri'iy cunoroer
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea at Halllday Hros. office, 7
onto levee, or at the Coal Yard below the
SU Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tun "Montauk" will bring coal
alongside to steamers at any hour.
Onr Homo AdvortiRors.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mile the Nhorteat Itonlo
EJshtr Mile tho Mbvrteet Route)
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM OAIItO TO
Cincinnati. i lianinolln. Tote'lo.
Detroit, ClereUnd, Nlan Fall,
iiunuo. I'uuiiniK, wviimgicir.
Hsltlmnre, 'I'hilailelphls, ew York.
Boston ul all loints est.
Ullwaiikle, Janearllle, Madison.
LaCroane, Bt. I'aul and all points north.
Ihis Is also tha only direct rmto to
Destur, UtooinlngtoD, stptinfteld,
fKOris, uuinoj, Hn'.KUK,
HurlingtAD, Rock ItUnd, Ia Halle.
Mendola. Ulson. Kreecorl.
Uslsna, Dubuque, hloiu oily,
Elegant Drawing Room Slcoping Ca"
un an Nigut Trains.
IlSfgsge OliccWed 10 all important points.
For tickets and information, apply tn I. C, lt.lt
depot it siro; on board tne transit steamer I
tweeu Colunitiua and Cairo, and at tne prlnclp
rallroa i iicaei omrea iiiroiiKiinut tne hhuiii.
W. P. JOIIN-ON. 0 n'l faaa. AR't, Chicair.
A, MiiCHiLi, uen'l. nup I. umcago.
J. JOHNSON, A(t't. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and aftor Monday, April 24tb, 1S72
trains will run as loiiows:
TSiltS OOlKfl SOUTnsAST.
LeaTS Vlrtlnla ei u. m
,' Taylorrille. 10 5 ;.,
Arnre at i'ua. 11.48 ........
I.esre Pans S.lai a, m 3.34 a. in
" Tvlorille 4 4U " 4 fl "
ArriTestHprii'Ktled...0.n " e.tio "
I.eare Hprmstleld. A.S 11 0 in
Arrive at Virginia 8.5 8.15 '
TSAISS OOlXq tOVTUCiHT,
Lesre Edgwood 8.30 h. iii, M 10.10 n.tr
" Flora.. S.6 ' 11.40
ArriTO ai Hhawneel'n .31 S.1A
P. O. SchuhJ
I H V UeoDl,
72. FALL AND WINTER 73.
C. II AN N Y.
TIG ICX 1ST 3-3.
KKSTTUOKT JCAXB, rXTAA,
BLACK ALPACAS j
LAltOE STOCK OF OARFSTING
OI LT BAUDS,
Uts sstlre Mtoek
VERY LOW FIGURBS.;
CORNER 8TH BT. AND COMUIBCXAD-AT.,
UKTWKEN VTARU'K ATINUX AND WALNUT
Dr. II, K. Fields Informs tne publlo that hs has
on tha norlhwost side of Tenth street ss name
Ills Htablea will bo furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and tho public may bo accommodated at al
hours of the day and niht with safo teams
on tho lowest terms.
Dr. Fields askB a share of public patronage
and will ondoavor to merit it My fair dealing
and strict attention to business.
OAHIO AND PADU0AU
To splendid stoamer
Dick Fowlxb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sund'iy excepted), at
Ana Vn Wslirlliv Ar n statist Vn arilllVa-in IsilslPwi
r to jAa.rMAAXOitT.A't.