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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOKMNH, ALUUfel 10. 178.
y R. SMITH, M. D.
OiWre and BesMenrf :
UO. SI THIRTEENTH BTKEKT, CAIBO, ILL
a W. PV.NNINU, M.D.
OllliM! ami Residence:
' tWli E-V W. cor. Hixib near Ohio Levee,
WW ILrBNik-C-uriwr Wtlnui uud Ninth .trecf,
.It. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Urnci-No. 1; Commerctul Avenue. lietwuco
KlublU anil Xlutu Sin-cu
U. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICK-Elnhtb Htroot, near CunmiorcUl Avenue.
g T. WHEELER,
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth and Sisth H.
JMNEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 111 Commercial Avenue.
f-'e are HthorUe(i to iiinoiincf John Ilodi.1'
a cinidldiitc for Mherlffof Alexander county at the
ensuing November election.
f-W'e are authorized to auiiuinicc. H. C. LOF
UN ai a candidate for Sbc-ritl" of Alexander county,
tnihject t the dednWn of the pc;ile. at the election
iu November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morniiis Daily in Southern Illinois.
0FFH IAL TAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
For Columbus, Hickman uud New Madrid
T. T. HILUIAX,
JOSEPH AMNIOS Master.
LEAVES CAIRO EVEItY
Tl'ESDA Y.THURSDA V and SATURDAY
For fH .-ht or ia'iu apply on Ila'.llday & I'hll
lips' Wtiarl boat, or to
JAMF..S BKiOS, Auent.
W Ohio Levee.
(JAIUO CITY FERRY CO.
tKAVKS I.KAVKA tSAVKH
Foot rourlu .t Mlwourl Und"ir. Kentucky I.d'K.
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Maximum Tiicrmmiicter, '00; Minimum Tin r
nemii ii-r. "i j llalnliill, .U Inch.
W. II. HAY.
Seru't hl'im! Service, l 8. A.
NoTick: All persons who know they
have accounts with tlio undorsignorl arc
requested to cull ami inljust the same ly
payment, due liill or otherwise without
ili'luy. I Mi to have all business settled
1 tn; the tlrst of Si'ptemlier.
Notice. My wife, Loubiunu Stoncr, hav
in,' h'l't my bed ami board, without just
rune or provocation, all persons are ln-ivliy
n-'tilli'd not to Imrlior or t rn-t her on my
account, us I will jmy no debts of her con
rart iny;. W. II. Stonkii.
August 7, is;s,
Aittion this morning. Livery men, lie
ware! ladies' nml Kcntlctnen's Huddles, col
lar, single and double harness, side sad
dles, quceiiswnrc, hoots uud shoes, glass
ware mid furniture of every description,
at lit Commercial uvenuc, at 10 o'clock
Tom Wintkii, Auctioneer.
Hear Judge Allen to-night.
Mayor Winter and Alderman Foley
ure in I'unni.
-Mrs. K. I). IVttit and child are in Pa
ducuh v'miiMin relatives mid friends.
Mrs. II, F. Parker left the cily yoKtcr
d;(y for a visit to friends in !uluiiie, Iowa.
-Miss Lulu Henderson, of Coluiiihim,
Ky., is the guest of Miss .Via Lester, of thin
-MU.P.W, Barclay ft Cairo yesh r.
d.iy to visit friends in Hiwselvillo, Ken
tucky. -Al. M. Antrim left Cairo hmt evening
for Metropolis, where he will eno t,0
InisinesH of merchant tailoring,
(jo to thu t'ourtdioiisc to-night,
-Thu Mound Cily Ilane 1I..U lleti-I nunc
dowu yesterday to try their hands on our
loy, but from wmie cuiiho the gmu tl7,it,j,
Mr. M'hltcmnp will soon coimnciico
the erection of h two utory brick burim-m
house on thu south side of Eighth street, on
thu lot adjoining thu Casino saloon,
Mr. JuuiMUartlcwn.of Puluaki wuuty,
was in Cairo yesterday. Ho i a loud Greer,
backer, and is nrraiii,'iii for thu organize
tion of a National club in hi county.
Hear Judge Allen to-ni;(ht.
K. M. Dowe, a 1st. Louis, drummer,
wna arrested by Otiicuis Cain und OWnstead
Hinl fined by Justice Robinson yesterday
lnornintf, for overstepping the city ordi-
Go to tho Court-houso tonight.
The members of tho state Iwiard of
lieaitlt who arrived in the cily yesterday,
and the lxmrd of health of this cily, will
meet this morning to discuss the building
of a quarantine hospital.
Hear Judge Allen to-night.
The Rev. Mr. JOeorgo Informs us by
postal card that he expects to lie at home in
time to pieach to his congregation in the
Presbyterian Church to-morrow (Sunday)
morning and evening.
The Box Factory shut down work
on Thursday morning forrcpahs. The con
cern will lie opened up again on Monday
morning. A new iron rHf over the facfoiy
is one of thu improvement being made.
Several of Metropolis' fair daughters
came dowu to Cairo on the A-kansas Belle
for a pleasure trip last evening. Among
them wss Miss Helen Biwo. a reader of
The Bii.i.etin, who favored us with a call.
Go to the Court-house to-night.
It should be reniemliered that Judge
Allen, the Democratic candidate for con
gress, will speak at the couit-house to-night.
Let everylxxly, Democrat, Republicans,
and Nationals turn out and listen to him.
The unfinished sale of Thursday, at the
Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse, was resinned
yesterday morning. The attendance was
light, a'l of the foreign buyers having left
alter the big sale, and sales were limited.
They consisted of four hogsheads medium
leaf, 41.70, 4. "ill. 4 "rO, 4.30, and one hogs
heads of lugs at $o".03.
Go to the Court-house to-night.
Health officer Suimnerwell says he
means busincs, and will prosecute every
man and woman in the- city if he finds it
necessary, but that he will have the offen
sive smelling places cleaned up. He yes
terday caused to le arrested a man and wo
man, lxth property owne's, who were fined
rived dollars and cots each because of their
failure .to heed his warning.
Go to the Com t-housu to-p'alit.
Charley Gibson has a sweet tivith and
so has Charlev IJowinen. Tle-v me cohved
bovs, and yesterday they broke opcnanllli-
mes Cen.ral fr ight tvr ard made away
with a lot of c'i'ii d fn'k. wine and orher
stutr to the va'ue of about thirty dollars.
They were finest. 'd by Officer John Gladney
and locked up in the cby jail. They w ill
be given a hering before Judge Bi d this
Go to the Com i-house to-n!ght.
AVe learn IYoji good auilio-ity that
there is an inures 'on among counirj peo
ple that ye'low fever prevails in Cairo.
Tnis be'ief is e'i.;ie'y e i-rmeoi's. Thee is
not now, nor has iheee been at any time
since the yellow fever made iis appi-iit-nncc
in New Or'eans. a r ise in thiscily. und it
can be t.ihhi'u'ly said. i'ie sjeneial l-:ilth
was never beo p. Couni.y fo'ks need have
no feats alioui: conii'igto Cu'ro to transact
Go t- the Com (-house t'l-p'glit.
Ib. Ranch, President of the State Board
of Health, Dr. John K. C)wen, snjierin
teud'og surgi'O.i of i'k; liiinois (.'einral rail
road, D . Wuril'ier, lneiiilxf of the State
Board o." Health, and Dr. I)iiiii):nu'. iiiai'an
tine p'lys'cian, co.nposeil the medical dele
gation which, ueeoinpa,,i"r by I'liendt
viewed the grounds, in the vicinity of Fill
more y .s,..-iday evening, for the proposed
Go to thu Coon house to-plght.
T-Jildgi! B'rd letnrued home from
Metropolis yes. e, day ni'ie' iioop. He siys
the celeb-a.io'i hehl then; on Tliursday. of
tho Emapcip.U'on of I he West Indie, diew
out the Iarjet c owd Oi dilute, 1 p.-oplc
that has assi'inb'ed inSoiithe n Illinois for
yeaM. J. R. Thomas, the Republican c'i
didate for copgi'ess, was to have delivered
an add, ess, but owing to a severe cold,
which rendered him unable lo speak above
u whisper, he could not sp-uk. Its nil
right though, for in'icr election he will have
discovered that he would have wast 'd his
breath fur nothing.
The news of the death of Mrs. Dr.
Casey, of Mound Cily, though not unex
pected, will be received with sadness by her
many friends in Cairo, Shu died yesterday
uftciuoon about three o'clock, Mrs. Casey
bad been in a feeble slate of health for a
long time, hn ing been attacked by a para
lytic stroke some two years ago, und later
having Rufl'cred from heart disease. She
wus resigned to her fate and met death with
aforiilude worlhy Iht character. Mrs.
Casey was a woman of superior qualities,
and her loss will be deeply fult In thu com
munity. Her husband and childreii have
the sympathy of a very large circle of
friends in their deep und ii reparable loss.
Rear Judge Allen to-night.
On Thursday morning n young conn
l.y boy came to tho cily and In a very little
while after his nrrivul fell In with a negro
und a white man who beat him out of ten
dollars by un old e.onlideiicu game, near the
St. Charles Hotel. Ru was on his way to Uml
a policeman when hn met Geo, (.'handler,
n hotel runner, who, upon leurningtliit Isiy's
mission, immediately turned policeman
, liiujiL'lf. llu told thu boy he must huvu 'a
few dollars to carry out his plan in catching
the confidence men, which thu youugster
gave to him. Chandler then told the bny
to go up town and he would meet him in
half an hour. The youth did as hu was
directed, but Chandler failed to turn up,
and the boy hunted up Officer John
Hogan and told him hi story. Ilognu was
but a few moment in ferreting C'haudler
out, whom he took before Justice Robinson
for a hearing. After hearing the
evidence, Justice Robinson hehl the prisoner
to bail in the sum of one huutlfei dollars,
to appear at the coming term of tht. circuit
court. Chandler i a bad one. He has
had several term in the Kentucky
penitentiary, and has been in the county
jail here several time for stealing.
WfNTEU' PllOTOOHAPHIC GaU.EKY.
Strangers in the city, or those intending t
visit Cairo, aro invited t visit Winter's
photographic parlors, ou Sixth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, and examine specimens of his w ork on
Joue.boro t'our'iit'.oii. ,
Resolved, Thut the vast majority of
the people are laboring niPit, w ho pro
duce the wealth of the country, w hilc
the legislation inaugurated by the Re
publican party has been iu favor of fife
bondholder anil the moneyed wvf",
and we now demand that iu future the
legislation of the country shall be in
favor of the laboring masses, and not
of those who are controlling capital to
the injury and oppression of .labor.
Judge Allen will address the jieople
of Cairo upon the real issues of the
tunes at the (ourt-honse, to-niirlit at
eight o'clock. Everybody is invited ir
respective of color, creed, sex or
nationality. It will be an old-time
Democratic love feast, and how to
achieve the blessings of a lating peace
and of a prosperity that will be felt
throughout the land will he the sub
jects discoursed on.
The war that for a space did fail,
bly t'uinderiug swel's riic gale
hi'.a is t'if. ci ,
AND Till'. YILLIAN STILL PI USI KH
THE OOI lif. CltOWN AO I V A NOT 1 1 F. K C.'IM)
fi:oi mi wiii"-:iir''j to rm. iia..vo
TKI.K'iUAM KltoM 111!. Al'STiX.
The following cntd from Dr. Whitehead,
of Vicksburg, to Dr. Dunning, will cxplte".
V.rniJ(T.o. August 7th, 187s.
I forgot t'i say in mv leiler of yesterday
that Dr. O'Leaiy iitcil a hiilyorrthc Gohl
en Crow . end w uld not permit her to land
here because the case was "suspicious."
P. F. Whitehead.
Dr. Balfour, health officer a'sn saw her,
and says he told the captain that he bought
it w as u case of yellow fever.
I-'IO.U Dlt. At sT'.V.
The dispatch below was received by Dr.
Dunning, from Dr. Austin, health officer at
New Orleans, at eight o'clock last evening:
NkwOui.k ins, August, .), 173.
Dr. Dii'i'i'ug: This is to certify that 1
have inspected u!l the passengers before
eu'ig New Orleans this day on trn'ti No.
1 and find them all free from all hj inptoms
of yellow fever. From this time all the
sleeping cars will be fumigated ond the
baggage d "n 'ected.
Wm. O.Alskx, m. n.
Ci.KAiiTHK Wav. For the escape from
thti system of its waste and debris, which,
if retained, would vitiate the bodily fluids
and overthrow health, that important
channel of exit, the bowels, may bo kept
permanently free from obstructions by using
tho noii-griiiing, gently acting und agree
able cathartic, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
which not only liberates impurities, but invi
gorates the lining of the intestinal catial
when weakened by constipation or tho un
wise use of violent purgative. Thu stom
ach, liver and military organs are likewise
reinforced und aroused to healthful action
by thi lK'nellceiit tonic and eoricctivo, and
every organ, fiber, muscle and nerve exper
iences a share of it invigorating influence.
Unobjectionable in flavor, a UKMijgcuint and
and wholesome medicinal stimulant, anil
owing its efficacy to botanic, sources ex
clusively, it Is thu remedy best adapted to
household use on account of its safety, wide
scope and speedy action.
Hmokkks, if you wish a lino "Key West'
or "Imported'' cigar, call at Korsmeyer'a
cigar store. It I tho only place in the llty
ulmost dully iu receipt of fresh goods.
WHO WAS HE?
A STIIANOKIi WHO P17..I.KS THE I'OI.ICK
HIS KXTIUVAOAST KXI'I.OITS l.N CAIKO
WITH USE OK THE DEMI MONOK WAS HE
A HAN K UOIIHKKf
Alxnit ten day ngo a man apparently
alsiut thirty years of age, medium height,
rather heavy net, w ith light complexion und
light hair and mustache, registered at thu
Planters' House as II. G. Wilson, and
requested tho clerk to give him a good room,
as he intended staying several day. Mr.
Wilson had an unusually large amount of
luggage, consisting in purt of a Saratoga
trunk, one large and one small valise and
sundry bundles, and lianded Mr. Kulley,
the superintendent of the hotel, u roll of
bills containing eight hundred dollars,w hich
he desired should be locked up iu the vault
for safe keeping. This was in tho morning
and Mr. Wilson, seemingly at a loss for
something to occupy his mind, lingered
nniitiid the hotel nearly all day and until
late that P'ght, when he retired. The next
morning he arose early and after eating a
hearty breakfast and smoking a cigar, start
ed out for a walk and did not turn up again
until supper til nf, when be appeared und
after par.akhig of his evening meal uud re
questing Mr. Kelly for a lorion of bis
money, which he got, took hi leave again.
Nothing was seen or heard of him alter this
until the next night, when, the people about
the hotd ha'.ng become interested in his
case, learned that he was spend'ng Id time
at a well-known house on Thirteenth
street, with a young woman of
very doubtful character, on whom
be wus lavishing his money in ptesenls of
jewelry, buggy ride and wine. In regis
tering bis name at the hotel, Mr. Wilson
neglected to name the poiut from whence
be came, and this, with his conduct, some
what aroused the suspicions of Mt., Kelly,
who gave to Detective John Sheehan, his
history so far as he was acquainted with it.
Mr. Sheehan, who is not of.cn out of the
way very far when he makes up h's mind
in regard to gentlemen of the stamp of
Wilson, detenu i lied to inquire into his case.
Accordingly be set out in search of his
man. in company with officer John Ilogun.
Wilson was found in the bouse on
Thirteeth biret retcied to uliove.
apparently t,-ea"!y enjoying the encict of
los lady fiiend. IVtective Sheehan had no
difficulty in g.i' 'ing sn 'nteiview with Wil
son, who said he was a New Orl"i"s man.
He was in the grocery business theiewith
h's brother, as he had iwcn for more thuri
ten years. The;r house was No. Common
street. He was on 'i'S wav cast lolmnsaet
business for the thin, and bed stopped fur a
few days heie (o rest. A. 'ter the officers
told tiieir s'.oiy, WiVon left the house in
company widi Mes.-rs. Sm ehan : nd llogan.
walking with ihetu to the coiner of Ei;h'h
street and Commercial avenue, savng he
would go to the hotel and ihey de-ireil .o
see him aguin they would find lem there .
Dtiiing all his conver-ation voh ihe
officers, Wil.-on showed no si'jas
of alarm, but seemed to be much aniu-ed
at their i'loifsiiivetiess. As soon ns
Detective Sneehen left Wilson, he went to
tfie Western Union telegraph office uud
wire 1 a mess ige to Cliief of I'ol'ee Rovhn.
at New Orleans, asking for t'onnntion in
regard to Wilson. The imswer came bwk
that No. II:) Conililon s, reet had been ua
oceuoicd for more than a yea', nd that
such a inn'i us 11. G. Wil-on was inik'iovwi
Th's con, inced the officer that W'sou
was a bird wori'i cava1;, end he inini. di
uo'ly set out il Seaicil of hoil. 'I lie tiist
place he -iti 1 was the bo -l. Wilson had
been there, and had diawil all of the money
reinai'iil'g in the safe ii.h rhe e. t t"i,ioii of
enough to pay los Imaid, which
he said he would leave, as he did not want
til" hotel to be out any ih:'g !(' he happened
to he gurroted bcfo.v he got back. With
this Wi'soii left the hoese, and s'nee that
time no tid'Mgs of h!lu have been heard,
though Det' C.iv Sheo'iun scin-hcd every
nook end corner for him. Wibmi's baggage
is still at the Planters' House. Among
other things left by him are iwo tine suits
of clothes, a half dozen of the ti iest sh'ris,
a quant! y undercloh',,g, e! S'ncc h's
departure tho officers have been led to tne j
belief that Wilson is an expeiienced crooked
mini, noil that he could tell a great deal, if
he could be caught and wanted to, of more
than one of the big bank robberies that I
have been committed in this country within
the past few years.
Noticr is hereby given that the garbage
wagon will remove daily (excepting Sun
days), from the front of all houses, nil vege
tables and dry kitchen oifal of every de
scription, provided tho same Is placed in
boxes or barrels uud placed in convenient
locations in front of said houses.
J. B. Pnii,l,is,City Clerk.
Cairo, 111., August 0, 1M7S.
Thk (tiiRATivsT Bl.i:ssiMi. A simple,
pure, harmless remedy, that cures every
time, and prevents disease by keeping the
blood pure, stomach regular, kidneys and
liver active, is the greatest blessing .ever
conferred upon man. Hop Hitters is that
remedy, and its proprietors are being bless
ed by thousands who have been saved and
cured by it. Will you try It.'. S .) other
Choice Bacon, Hams, Sides uml Shoulders,
Dry Salt Shoulders und Sides, Tierce,
Keg and Bucket Lard, Breakfast Bacon,
etc., etc, all in good stock and for sale tit
lowest market price. W. P. Wiiioiit,
' ' Nos. 70 und 71 Ohio Levee.
Pint Bottles, with Directions
25 CENTS PF.K BOTTLE.
In Cartoons, with Directions
23 CIS. EACH, OU WEIGHED OUT AT 10 CIS. PEll Ui.
Chloride of Lime;
33 a rc 1 i y
rnilE PALACE HOTEL OF CIIICA00.
s. - -'.
. s , ,
PRICES RKDUCEl) TO ?:J PER HAY.
AIiiitu I'urlnr Floor, excepting: Fnmt Itoomi uJ Huumi with Eatb.
liOOMW WITHOUT JJOAKD.81 TO 82 PKU DAY.
AN KLK0ANT RF.STAURANT CtNNE(,TED WITH THIS HOUSE
FQHF.lli.N COMMISSION MKHt HANTS.
yMITII, HACK t CO.,
NO. fO IHIOAD HTKKET,
AUGUSTA, - -
l(eirlnlly Hut It'll OliflijiiiiieiilH nf
PROVISIONS, PRODUCE. ORAIN AND
'PO wlilili tlny will irlvo eiirerul nuil iriiliiiit it I
1 I M 1 1 1 1 1 1 . Tliey il in pre pared In Illuku lllienil
till W III limi their liet ell'iirts fur the Interests of
IhiiMe I'livurllU Hielil Willi eniislinaeuls,
llel'er. Iiv ieriiilliin. la N.Tnis,l. Haik. of An
'.;ai N.inn.NM. fcxea.Si.i( ul Au,nstu, iu.
at .Low Price.-
.13 vq t h e vs
OUIHNACF. M. i.
AN OIIIIISANHC PI'ilVIIIISl. Mil TUB BXTKS'lnS Of sr.
I II Mil . sTIIKKT AHIl Mil THK LAVISH or tt A il.
II iAUTIIM h TIIKIIKoN.
Cm It nnliil.tetl li.y Hie city council of Hie cl!j of
NKctiiis I. Tlmt St. Cluirle. .tr.-et lie. nnd t!ei
"llllie l lieli'liv cxli'liili ll sixty ilVII feet wide ei
Hiir.llv uc.-in. til it pieee uf liiml k m'n II" Hie "l 'l
I . irlp" In the ,Miilicii.trriy e'nl of Ciinuiieu !..!
avenue, ihe imrilo-rlv liiiund in' I lienf suld extenili'il
street In Inive il lliie'ilniwil 1'nnl the iMltllwe.t,.rv
en, IHT of liu llllllllli'ii 'I III Ul.'ll the lliiiel llllilltllill
In til" cilv ill t's'ru.llllliiil'. in ill'1 """'I leriyeinl
of hliiek ini'iiliereil .event I 1 17. In rilil eliynf
I'lllril it'll' Imltliill nl sulll "lll feel .1 1 1 p.' I l ere'l
hv .ili cxteinli'd .ireel In-ill new owned liythis
' i'.i'. j. That tin- rl'il Istiereiiy r rve.l nn I
urniteillii the c.ilrniind Vliiceime" Mllro'irt coin
pntiv In In, down uml nperiiie iiitii" i'l exlenili'd
.0 t li riillriinil iiiu'k nr 'rek. n HI e'ailil" ald
nillniiiil ruint'ii nv tn pinpiirlvanil rimveiilciillv con
vert mill ue the' liiml ih'pnl mo'itid" und liulldlim"
nl i.ld eiitniiiiiiv tnrr side of .alii exiendeil
Heel, pruMdeil' Unit iiiiv liark r Iriicks mi Isld oa
wild exiendeil -Ireet, .in'i'l he plunked Iiv .ild Mil
mull coniiiimv In Hie .sine iiiuuiiers. l pioMileit la
Hie cilv i.rd'lii .nl thi-c'.y for the plunking of
riillniHl t in-k "nt lii Intel. ectlnii of.irceN.
Approved Aiiifa.t 5th. HI'S.
" HKNItV WINTKII.
.Minor. I'Hv ol I ntro.
AHet: J. II. I'll 1 1, 1. IS, Cilv t 'ler,i.
HYKI.VH AMI KKNOVATIM).
yoL'R OLD CLOTHES
CAN UK IlKM'Tirill.l.Y .j
)Yi:) Ok ukpaiukd ;;
At a Trilllnc Kxpuise-(.'. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. SO EIGHTH ST.
UUMvt L.t ljcnt' old huts niudii new.
k O jr