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THE PATLY CAIRO TUTJXETIN: "WEDAIKSDAV MOKMfW. At (fUb'l 14. 187S.
y II. SMTH. M. I).
Office ami B alilenee :
KO. SI TIlinTEESTH 8TIIEET, CAIRO, ILL
jj W. SwNNIXG, M.D.
Oftlr and Residence :
OFKICE-S.W. cor. Sixth !., near Ohio Levee.
JtKSlDEXCE-Curucr Walnut and Ninth atrcct
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omcr-So. lM CommercUI Avenue, between
Eighth aud Mutu Street
jyi W. C. JOCELUX,
OFFICE-Elnhlh Street, near Commercial Avenue
g P. WHEELER,
OFFICE Ohio Levee, bet. Fourtu ami Sixth ts
J IXEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE Xo. US Commercial Avenue.
( ""Ve are authorized to announce John llodsjc
ai a candidate for .Sheriff of Alexander county at the
ensuim; November election.
tiTW'e are authorized to announce II. C. LOF
LIS a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county,
nbject to the deeMwu of the people at the election
in November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only llorniiiff Daily hi Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND CuTNTY
For Columbus, Hickman ami New Madrid
liT. T. IIILLMAN,
JOSEPH AMRROS Master.
LEAVES C.UliO EVERY
TITSDAYJHUKSDAY anil SATURDAY
For ftv'iht or apply on Ilillldar Jt Phil
lip' Wharf boat, or to
JAMES BUH.S, Aireut.
M Ohio Levee.
UIUO CITY FEKIIY CO.
l.tAVM IE4VM I.lAVr
Foot Foarta t M!oun Land-?. Keutucky Ld'g.
1" . ru.
V p. m.
:' a. m.
) p m.
C a. m.
3 p. m.
5 p. m.
Cairo. 111.. Aul'. 11. 'fi. i
ifi;v it Cimrw I
'f.iue. U.r. Tuer. Iliuu Wind. 'Vei. Wcafu.-r.
2 p m. i.
:.' . 5
X 4 Clear
X 4 Fair
X 4 Fair
W H Clear
Mavmnn th-rmom.-ter. s.;c; Minimum Ther
mometer. ',' ; llaiUull, .11) ,oh.
W. II. KAY.
Si-r't Sl.'iia! S. rvlce, V. S. A.
Du. V. (.'. J.x ki.vx, l' nti-t, will be f.junl
nt hi i!icx- on Eighth street, nn.l is prepar
ed to five entire vitiation in all branches
of dentistry at low rates.
N Ti T..On ami after Monday, August
10, and until 1'nnlier notice, the Str. Jame-i
Fisk. Jr.. will leave Cairo tit 4 p. in. in-te:id
of 5 p.m. a heretofore. II. E. T.vi.oii,Capt.
Takb Notice. Notice is hereby pvon
to all persons not to harbor my u;f,.( Ltti(.
Yomi;'. Anyone dire,'ar liny; this notice
will be hvld responsible under the law.
Cairo, August 12, ISTs.
Notice: All persons who know they
liave accounts with the undeoipied are
rei(ue,tcl to call und ad just the m.ii.o 1,v
payment, due bill or otherwise without
i ww, h, ,., ,,lhillc?3g,.itk,(1
b"l"re the lirst of September,
d ENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
-Judge Green ban returned to the city.
Go to the concert at the Methodist
church to-morrow night.
The board of county commissioners
meet two weeks from Monday.
Indue Allen spoke to a lare and en
thusiastic crowd at Mirphysboro hist nijrht.
-The Alexander county court, Jud-e R. S.
Yocum, commences in this city next Mon
day. The Repulilieans arc talking of a con
volition to nominate candidates for county
-Mr. Miles F. (iilhert turned homo
yesterday from 8helH,VH!m, u U mM
well of bis siekneM.
-Henry Bto.it yesterday commenced
work on Mr. Jacol, WhIht's new briek bus
ncss building on Eighth iicet.
-Mr. Ernest Tl.lelieke, 0f th Vw
County Democrat, was in town yesterday.
He left for Golconda last nlht,
Mr. Jacob Martin's new brick
deuce, on the Greeley lots, on Center itree',
is tioout ready to receive lIs.iiKif.
The Cairo SliiHitiii; club was out for reg
ular rractlcu njjala yesterday alV rimou
Mr. F. 8. Kent led the score, with clghti en
balls out of a possible twenty.
Dipt. Thoimis will talk to the Republi
cans, and such others as will listen to him,
in this city during the enming week.
It is said there will be given at the
hi'h H4.-hool, duriug the coining winter, a
course of free lectures bv our home talent.
If the Sun man thinks Jud'e Allen's
glory has departed, why don't ho call his
candidate out of the shade and coax him to
challenge Allen, as he promised ?
To-morrow we shall publish an adver
tisement of the Widows' and Orphans'
Mutual Aid Society, with a list of the new
officials and managers of that nourishing
Little Hattie Wheeler, daughter of Mr.
S. P. Wheeler, of this city, is lying at the
point of death, at Green Lake, Wisconsin,
w here she went with her parents to spend
Lee Grant, a young colored man, was
arrested liy OiKcer John Slieeharr, yesterday,
for using offensive language to Richard
Robinson, at the barbecue Saturday night.
He was lined ten dollars and costs.
A sneak thief went into the residence
of Mr. W. C. Hughes, corner of Twenty
Eighth street and Washington nvenup.altout
ten o'clock yesterday inornint!, and stole a
coat, vest, und a lot of ammunition.
Otlicer Shecbau had Jim Woods, the
notorious negro, before Justice Roliinson,
charged with unmercifully lieatingbis wife,
or the woman that ought to lie bis w ife, on
Monday. Woods was lined rive dollars and
costs, and was sent to jail for eight days in
default of payment.
Paducah has no quarantine, and does
not intend to establish on '. Should the
yellow fever break out in Pailueab Cairo
will be under the ivresslty of iuarantining
both ways. We have no apprehensions as
regards the health of P.tducuh, but there is
danger of her luin intected by the careless
ness of soutlu ra s'eaiipioats.
The young w .man, Amanda Sparks,
who made application some three weeks
ago to tiie otiii ials of this county for ad
mission to the )K.r firm, being alllicted
with tits, through the efforts of Mrs. Dr.
Wardm-r, has lieen admitted to the indus
trial school of Indiana, of which stat: she
was n resident.
The Excelsior Social Club and Literary
Societymet at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
S. D. Avers last evening, to 'nsill the
jflicers elected at a previous meeting, held
at the St. Charles Hotel. The ollicers in
stalled are Mr. A. S. Robinson, p-cidem:
Miss Anna Pitcher, vice-president: Mr. Chas.
Raker, secretary; Miss Eiiinia Riley, assist
A young Oermin, nnniod August
Lemke,whilo at work at the Narrow Gauge
depot unloading telegraph iolisfroiu a car,
was badly bruised, a day or two ago, by
one of the io!e5 falling on bis left leg. He
bad no place to go ami was taken to the
court-house, where County Clerk St
Ilumm lias been doing what be could for
him. County Physician Wood yesterday
concluded to help the 6u3erer. II is about
twenty years old.
A meeting was held lat evening at
the Temperance club looms for the purp se
of organizing a niiiitia company in Cairo.
Tin re were about lwent-five persona, present,
A committee of four, to select and solic'c
recruits was appointed, consisting of Dr.
Jocelyn. E. A. Burnett, Phil. IJ.uclay, Jr.
and Charley Saiip. As soon as the requisite
number oi nanu s has been .secured, another
meeting will be held, for tho purpose
of completing the organization.
Dispatches received in this city from
Grenada Inst evening, i,ive a terrible state
of affairs in that city. The disease is in
creasing at the rate- of twenty cases per dav.
The number of deaths on Monday and yes
terday were twinty-twj. Grenada is a
place of about two thousand inhabitants,
and men, women and children are
leaving the city on foot, und niakuig their
way to surrounding towns to escape the
disease. All trains on the Chicago, St.
Louis and New Orleans road have been
ordered to run through the town without
slopping. Tlifl stricken city is asking aid
from other cities. Grenada is alsmt two
hundred and four miles from Cuiro,
Hon. Oscar Turner, of Rallard county,
Kentucky, is again pushing his claims for
congress as an independent Democrat. He
refused to submit to the action of the com
mittee which called a convention to meet
lit Paducah on tho fourdi of September, to
nominate a candidate for the position he
seeks. Mr. Turner favors u primary elec
tion as the best method of ascertaining the
sense of the Democracy of tho district, but
bis proposition was voted down by the
convention. Do is now out in a circular
announcing bis independent candidacy, and
as he is a popular man among tho people of
his district, bo promises to inako the con
test a very lively one.
Tho towlmat Grand Lake, with a tow
of three model barges and a fuel barge, ar
rived at quarantine from New Orleans
about seven o'clock last evening. She was
signaled by the tug, and Dr. Dunning, with
out boarding the boat, Interviewed dipt.
Thomas, who said he had two cases of sick
ness aboard, but bo was unablu to say what
the nature of tho disease was. Ho was
told by Dr. Dunning that hu could not
land. Citpt, Thomas took the order picas
antly, saying he did not blanus the people
of Cairo for being careful, The tug came
back home and tho Grand Lake went to
tho Kentucky Hhory ucar Fillmore, whore
she was furnished with coal to carry her
to St. Louis.
THE CONCERT TO-MORROW NIGHT
AT TIIE METHODIST CMLKOIf CHOICE ML'HI
There has not, perhaps, been anything of
a musical character taken place in Cairo for
years equal to the concert to be given at
the Methodist Church to-morrow evening.
Some of the very best talent of Cairo w ill
take uart in the affair. The concert is
given for tho purpose of raising money to
pay the expenses of the church. A cordial
invitation is extended to everybody to
attend. Ridow we publish tho programme
! . . n 4
in full for tho evening's entertainment:
Quartette. Guide Me, Oh! Thou Orertt.Il
hovah. Miss Annie Pitcher, Miss Until
Mek'ee, Mr. Frank Howe and Mr. W.
Solo. Sing, Sweet Uird. Mrs. Win. WinM
Male Quartette. The Crystal
Messrs. Frank Howe, N. W. Hacker,
Frank Van Dom and W. II. Morris.
Solo. Let Me Dream Again. Mis Annie
Solo. Kathleen Aroon. Mr. W. 11. Morris.
Solo. The Little Log Cabin by the Stream.
Misses .Mamie aud Carrie Williams.
Solo.-The Owl. .Mr. W. F. McKee.
Duet. Dearest, Good Night. Miss Annie
Pitcher and Mr. Frank Howe.
Concert will open promptly at 8 o'cock.
Admission, So cents.
Winter's Piiotooiiai'iiic Gam.kky.
Strangers in the city, or those intending to
visit Cairo, are invited to visit Winter's
photographic parlors, on Sixth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, and examine specimens of his work on
Stock Notice. On and after this date,
all horses, mules, bulls, lars, oxen, sheep
and dogs found running at large, w ill be
impounded. Hogs found running at large
on and after October first will lie impound
ed, as by ordinance provided. This is posi
tive. C. D. AiiTEK-City Marshal.
August 13, is:s.
OFFICIAL HEALTH REPORT.
MADE TO OFFICE OK SOiOKOX-OEXEItAL.
Washixotox, Aug. 10, "73. Abstract of
sanitary rejmrts received during the past
week under the National Quarantine Act:
PoitT Eaus: Yellow fever lias appeared
at Port Eads mouth of the Mississippi on
the Ot!i iust. lu cases, but uo deaths, to
New Oiii.eaxs Since the last report 2-M
eases of yellow fever and Go deaths, making
i'H Cie, MH'l 11; deaths to yesterday noon,
Cixcixxati there have lieeii Ollly 2 cases
of yellow fever (one previously reported)
both from New Orleans one fatal. A
young man arrived at
Memphis from New Orleans July ."0,who
died of yellow fever Aug. iJd. Steamer
"Golden Crown" from New Orleans had
one case of yellow fever on passage up -a
lady who died on board and was buried at
t'ALLlv.MA, HI , Aug. 4. Two deck hands
supposed to ImVO yellow J'cver landed at
New Ai.ii.vxv, Ind., July 2.1, liMVCd,upan
investigation by Surgeon Long of this
Service not to have had that disease. On
a steamer at Yicksiiurg a case arrived from
Cairo, originally from New Orleans; died of
yellow fever Aug. Oth.
Key West No new cases of yellow fever
past week to noon to day.
Havana : deaths from yellow fever
and 21 from small-pox during two weeks
ending Aug. :d.
Mataxzas: From July 20 to 2!) no yel
low fever cases, but on the IJOtb four new
cases were reported in bay, and others have
since occurred daily to Aug. 2d date of
C'audex.w Y'cllow fever in the city, but
not yet among shipping.
Laoua I.aG kanoe, Cuba One fatal case
of yellow feV T in shipping.
Ijomiiav: 2l deaths from cholera week
nded June 18th.
Malta Outbreak of cholera on British
troop-ships from India was brought under
control by authorities, and disease did not
lodge in Malta advice to July IS.
Reports from other places indicate good
Geo. W, Woodwoiitii,
Surgeon General U, S. Marine Hospital
An Astonisiiino Fact. A large projKir
tion of the American people are to-day suf
fering from thu effects of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. The result of these diseases
upon the masses of intelligent and valuable
people is more alarming, making life actu
ally a burden instead of a pleasant existence
of enjoyment and usefulness. There is no
good reason for this, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take tho
advice of druggists and your friends, and
try ono lsittlo of Green's August Flower,
your speedy relief Is certain. Millions of
bottles of this medicine huvo been given
away to try its virtues, with satisfactory re
su'ts in every case. You can buy a sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses will
relieve the worst case. Positively sold by
all druggists on tho Western Continent.
I'UOM'H'NO V01 Alt MA X WHO FALLS I.YrO
KH1UMI WAYS HK IS ( IIAIUIE1) WITH DE
KltACOlSO HIS 1'SCI.K OCT UY MXE HCN
DUKIl DOLI IKS IS TIIK HANDS OK THE
Mr. John Evans, chief of police of
Henderson, Ivy., passed through this city a
few days ago for Hot Springs, In seaieh of
a young man named Rupski. Ho arrived
in Cairo again last evening on his return to
Henderson, with Rupski in charge. The
prisoner is charged with having
defrauded his uncle, a lioot and
shoo merchant of Henderson, out of alxmt
uinfnunuVoil doMns. Rupski, it is said,
. , ,. ,v ,., . . . '
rntered the store ot Ins uncle, whose name
i Fassee, about one year ago, as salesman,
jl'icrehe remained until alwut three weeks
efo, when he gave up the position, and left
"emlerson. -For months Mr. Fassee has
"j-en deriving very small compensation from
cu business, and our informant
'lis us often has remonstrated with Rupski
cr the unusually low figures that he dis
i ... i . i ... i. ..i.i.. ...
I poscu oi jjoous in, iui lie us never noiu in
1 break him of Ins tailing. Mr. tass"e had
the utmost confidence in the integtity of
his nephew, and never suspected him until
a few days after his departure from Hen
dei.nn, w hen be learned that Rupski was in
Paducah, and that he had deposited in the
First National bank of that place
about eight hundred dollars, and
knowing that Rupski had no
resources from which he could derive the
money, began to investigate the matter.
His inquiries developed the fact that for
secral mouths Rupski bad been in the
habit, not of selling goods at killing low
prices, as ho thought, but that he bad
charged enormous prices on all his sales,
but instead of turning over to his employer
the gains, he had kept back a large portion
of the profit on every sale be made. At
such a game as this, the majority of young
men would have been detected before they
had gone very far, but Rupski threw off all
suspicion by his economical way of living.
Instead of spending the money in high living,
or carousing, as fast young men would
have done, he was temperate in his habits
and spent very little money that did not go
for actual necessities. Rupski is alniut
twenty years of age, is of prepossing ap
pearance hipl good address. He has a num
ber of relatives who are known among the
prominent families of Southern Illinois.
Smokeus, if you wish a fine "Key West"
or 'Imlflrted" cigar, call at ' Korsineyer's
cigar store. It is the only place in the city
almost dully in receipt of fresh goods.
I.ETT1E COLEM AN'S LAl'XDRY.
Mrs. Lettie Coleman, who has her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues:, tllkw
this method of informing her ,, fT-u.UtU
and barrens that sV is at their. ser
vices, and solicits their patronage. She
has reduced prices to suit the times.
Notice is hereby given that the garbage
wagon will remove daily (excepting Sun
days), from the front of all houses, all vege
tables and dry kitchen offal of every de
scription, provided the name is placed in
boxes or barrels and placed in convenient
locations in front of said houses,
J. I). Pmi.i.is. City Clerk.
Cairo, 111.. August (I, 'i.
The Gueuist IIlessixu. A simple,
pure, harmless remedy, that cures every
time, and prevents disease by keeping the
blood pure, stomach regular, kidneys mid
liver active, is the greatest bh s-ing ever
conferred upon man. Hop Bitters is that
remedy, and its proprietors are being bless
ed by t!iol:Ulds who have been san d und
cured by it. Will you try it? See other
htati' of Illinoi". Alexander County . In the Alex-
inidpr ( oiinlv ( in int Court.
kmiim 1'. liarllett mid olnev S. Martlet!, her
lm-hatni. vs. Mary Stewart and William W. Slewurt.
J 1111 to foreelo-e mor'iratf...
I'ulille Nollie Is hi rehr irl v-n that. In p!iruanee
of a ilei Tee rendered by Mild Court in lire alne mi
tilled cause lit the May Term. A. It. Kn. I. .luhn
llariiian. Ma-ler in (. ham ery of "aid County, will,
on Monday, Hie neeoud day of September,
A. 1). ls.s. at ine hour of II o'cIch k a. m .
m'IJ at public auction to the hlu'liet
bidder for eu-h In li.unl.nl the westerly door of the
( niitt llouse.iu Hie ( ily of Cairo. In said oiinty
and stale, the follonliii.' described real cMnte, tii
vv 1 1 : "The uorlherly one hundred ai res of claim
liumliored five hundred and Iwentv-iilne iMii, sur
vey numbered live hundred and tweniv Heveii (.V.Ti,
comiiieni lnj,' ut the north easterly corner of said
elaliii. and i-urvey and runnlii..' ulonu Ihe easterly
line orsalil claim to a polnl a iMithYlciil distance from
aid be'iuiiliii; to include with a line riuitiliii; ero
said claim parallel m ilh the northerly line of ld
elaim to the westerly line thereof lo include said one
hundred acres ol liioil -incite In the Coiiiilvor Alex
ander. State of Illinois." together with the privi
li"'in und appurtenances thereunto belon..'1ni or
thereto npne riaiuint;.
Said real i-late will be mid to satisfy a decree for
$.22.214.171.124 lih Interest and Ihe costs of suit mid ex-jM-ni-
Ma-I. r In Chancery.
OlIKKV A (Iiiiikiit. Cuinp'ts Solicitors.
Dulcd Cairn. Illinois. AuifllstSlli. 1S7S.
'n iv vua.
IT. O P iJTTTEliS,
lA MEDIl'IXK. NOT A DUIXK.)
HOI'S, incur, MANDRAKE,
And tub l'nitT ami IIkst Mkiucai. (ii'Ai.iTir.s
or AM. OTIIKIl IIITTKIM.
All DIhciic of tho Stomach, Dowels, lllood.
Liver, Kidneys, and I'rlnary Orumns. Nervous
ikih", Sleeplessness, Female. I'umplallila anil
81000 IN GOLD
Will be pain r.,r case they will not cure or hell),
or for unyililim Impure or Injurious found In
Ak your driiife'lst for Hot) Hitlers nnd free
books, mid Iry thu Hitters ijuforu you sleep.
The Hop CoiikIi Cure anil Pain Relief Is the
the Cheapest, Surest anil Rest.
For Sale by
1 Tri IT 1
I I I V I l I
Pint Bottles, with Directions.
23 CENTS PEU I50TTLE.
In Cartoons, with Directions.
23 CIS. EACH, Oli WEIGHED OUT AT 10 CTS. PER LB.
Chloride of Lime;
milE PALACE HOTEL" CHICAGO.
Vliim REDUCED TO $3 PEU DAY.
Above Parlor Floor, exccptlne; Kroul Itoomii and Hooms with Buth.
ROOMS WITHOUT JiOAHl), 81 TO 32 PKU DAY.
AX ELKO A NT RESTAURANT ONNECTEI) WITH THIS HOUSE
KOItKKiN COMlllSSlOX .MKItCH.VNTS.
gMITII, HACK it CO.
NO. W KitOAD HT11EET.
Itcsp.-ct lully Solicit Cotieli'timeuti of
PROVISIONS, PRODUCE, GRAIN AND
rpo which they will nlvo cnreful nnd prompt nl
X telilloii. 'J hey uiu irupurud to iniiku liberal
sud will iiio their hot effntts for Ihe Interests of
those. fuvurluK Ihetn with culiiiluuieuti.
Itefer, by permlsnlon, to National Dank, of An
itn; Xatiu.nal Kxcuanuk Ua.sk, uf Auxutiii, On.
at Low Prices.
(.RAIN, FLOUR AND HAY.
HijrlicHt Cash Price PuW for Wlioat.
Fiirmcrs' Tobacco Wareliouse
OeiuTttl Conmilnslon Mcri'lninK
Noi. 11 nnd V.T rfimmer- I f! A t ltd ILLS,
clal Avetiuu f vAIUU, lli'"
d uf Tubnucu, 1 lour auu liruiu.