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THE DATLY CAIRO BULLETIN: TIILRSDAV MOUMXli, ALU LSI 15. 1S7S.
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Office iml Bi'Mlili-nre :
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HKSIUKNOE -Comer W aluul iid NiutU HreuU.
,H. E. W. W1UTLOCK,
OrriPi No. W. Commercial Aveniio, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
"TjU. W. C. JOl'ELYN,
OFFICE-EIlith Street, near C'oinmercliil Avcnne.
g P. WHEELER,
OFFICE Ohio Levee. M. Fourth and Sixth tn.
-JMNEGAR & LANSDEX,
A ttorneyH-at-L.a w.
OFFICE No. US Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Moi-iiius: Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL FAPEKOF THE ( ITV AND COUNTY.
For Columbus, Hickman ami Now Madrid
JOSEPH AMRROS. Master.
LEAVES C'AlKO EVKKY
TUESDAY,THUKSDA V and SATURDAY
For freight or imcHiiite apply on HullliUy & Phil
lips' Wharf bout, or to
JAMES IilUtiS, Ajjent.
M Ohio Levee.
10 CITY FEKUY CO.
i.EAvea usavm i.kave
Foot Fourth t Mlnnouri Laud's- Kentuc ky IA'.
6 a. m.
in a. m.
4 p. m.
4 o. m
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10::to a. in.
sl::to i. in.
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S""Weiire authorized .o tuiiioiinoe lliu iimnu of
Satnnel Hrlley of Hiizli wooil a u Cauilldalu for
County C'omiiilloiier of Alexander county at the
euHuinu November election.
JWc are nutliorUed to annouiii e .Iiilin llndijes
an a candidate forSherllfof Alexander county ut the
C'liKiiliu November election.
yVe are authorized to aunouiicu II. C. LOK-
LIN af a candidate for Sherlll' of Alexander county,
niliject to the declflon of the people ut the election
in November next.
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Maximum Theriiiinneter, hS; Minimum Ther
DioiiK'ter, ; Kuiuliill, .00 Inch.
W. II. I1AV,
Seri;'t Signal Service, I. h. A.
Dit. W. C. JocKi.vx.ili'iitist, will be t'oitnil
at his olllcc on Ei-rlith street, mid U trrmr
fil to riviM'iitinj siitiolactimi in all branchc
of clcntUtrv ut low rates.
Notick- On ami after Monday, Anyu-t
10, uml until further notice, the Sir. James
Fisk, Jr.. will leave Cairo ut 4 i. in. instead
of 5 !.m.!.sheri't(i!'oiv. II. E. T.Yi.oit,('at.
Take Notick. Notice is hereby niveti
to till persons nut to harbor my wife, Lettie
Yontu;. Anyonu ilisre.ir.liiijr this notice
will be held responsible under the law.
Cain, August 1J, 1878.
Nhtnk: All persons who know they
have airoiints with the umlersipicl nre
reittested to call and adjust the same by
laymeiit, due bill or otherwise without
delay. I wir.lt to have nil business settled
before the first of September.
(KXKRAL LOCAL ITEMS.
-Mr. Jan. 8. Morris, of Ullin, was in the
city last evening.
Dr. Waldo returned from Paducah by
inu bteamer fl-K Iie-t evening,
-J. H. Muh ahey and Elijah Dickcrsoii,
of Goose Island, were in the city yesterday.
Mr. Win. EichoiV, the furniture factory
man, is in Texas, ud will ot return f.ir
-Collector (ieo. KUhcr and family Mart
to-day for Central Imvu, where they g,t to
lend the balance of the warm season.
-The new incline for the Mississippi
Central railroad will be completed to-day,
and hereafter ull trmi.,ferrin( will bu do,,0'
-The County Deu.octatic. C.nimlttec
will meet in T. W. Uulliclny". offl,.,, ,,
afternoon ut two o'clock for th..- iratiMicti,,,,
of important business. A full uttendanco
Clem Youn wan yesterday flv
dollnm by Justice Coming for UKsaultln
Ids iutw-in-luw, one Mis. IJob Ueiinett,
wliom lie accused with trj ing to induce bis
wife to leave him.
Mr. John O,. Harnmn, us njjent for Mr.
Hussel, yesterday sold the old lmrko prop
erty on Fifth street, to Mrs. Eliza Oilmore,
for 11.000 cash. This is thu property oc
cupied by John Antrim.
Deputy sheriff Hodges is in the country
sen-ing jurors for the September term of
the Circuit Court, and doini what he can
to collect personal tax. Ho will return to
the city about Saturday.
Mrs. Dr. Marian und children arrived
homo from Northern Iowa, yesterday. The
many friends of Mrs. Marian will be glad
to learn that her health was much improved
by her temporary sojourn in the north.
A ripple of excitement was created last
night in the vicinity of Fifteenth and Pop
lar streets in consequence of a dilllculty be
tween a white man and his wife, in which
the latter received a severe drubbing. No
arrests were made.
The attention of health ollicer, Sinner
well, is called to the hog holes on Fifteenth
between Walnut and Cedar streets. It is
true that a few hands full of lime have
been scuttcred about this locality, but there
is yet an unhealthy and disagreeable stench
rising from the places mentioned.
Mr. John Q. Harman, us agent for
Irain Maxwell, of St. Louis, yesterday sold
the Maxwell farm, containing eighty acres,
lying about tour miles above Cairo on the
Mississippi river road, to John lloiirgois, for
1 1,800 one thousand in cash and the bal
ance in two years.
Mr. Samuel Uriley, of Ila.lewood pre
cinct, announces himself this morning as u
candidate for County Commissioner. Mr.
B., is an old citien of this county who
enjoys the respect and confidence of ull who
know him. He is fully qualified to till the
position he seeks.
Mr. John II. Oberly will leave by
steamer this evening for Golcomla, where
he makes his first speech of the campaign
for Judge Allen. ISefore returning hi! will
make speeches at Dixon Springs, Grants
burg, Ilurnside, Goreville and Elvira. Mr.
John Q. Harman will accompany Mr.
Oberly through Pope and Johnson counties.
For the spa 'u of a few minutes, last
night. AVashington avenue was greatly ex
cited over the report that Clem Young, a
negro living in the old Pilot House, had
killed his wife. When a reporter tor the
Bi l.l.ETlN went to the house he found Clem
and his wife in bed, and to ull uppearances
doing very well.
Lizzie Young, one of the hardest
cases inhabiting that portion of Poplar
street where bawdy houses most abound,
was before Judge Bird yesterday on a war
rant served out by one Dora Moore, an in
mate of a low dive on Fifteenth street. The
girls quarrelled about a young man who
lives in the Fourth ward, and Lizzie used
some very naughty language toward Dora,
and accused her of doing all manner of
bad things. The evidence against Lizzie
was conclusive, and the Judge fined her
five dollars, which she paid.
Wo clip the following item from the
river column of the Paducah News of Mon
day: The Messrs. Halliday it Phillips
brought their pleasure boat Ariadne up
from Cairo yesterday with quite u party of
old friends of the late Cupt. L. A. Fowler
to attend his funeral. Among those pres.
cut were noticed Cupt. Win. Hallday, ('apt.
J. M. Phillis, Maj. Ed. Halliday' (apt.
Rearden, agent Mississippi Valley Trans
portation company; G. D.Williamson, boat
store merchant; John (. Harman, G. G.
Alvord, W. II. Morris and others. JThe Ari
adne was fully draped in mourning, with
flags at half-mii-t, as a testimonial of the
kind regard in w hich ('apt. Fowler was held
by her owner. Such marks of frienship
and condolence arc seldom shown to the
dead, and we dare say is very properly ap
preciated by the relatives of the deceased,
and also serves to bring the two cities near
er together in ties of neighborly friendship.
The follow ing is a list of the grand und
petit jurors for the next term of the Alex
ander county circuit court, commencing on
the first Nonday in September: Grand jur
ors: South Cairo W. P. Wright, V. W.
Barclay, ('has. Thrupp, Win. O'Cullahan,
Paul G. Schuh. North Cairo F, S, Kent,
Jus. S. McGahey, John P. I My, O. F. Onh,
M. H. Harrell. Unity Win. Waggoner,
Win. Powless. Hazlewood Jno. A. Mor
ris, Warren Durham. Clear Creek .las. S.
Saunders, E. B. Gasrayhty. Thebes .las.
Miller, Norman Guile. Smite
Fe Francis Jones, William Woods.
Gooso Island. Jus. 1. Mulcahey, Robt.
E. Cnvender Win. R. Lane, The following
is a list of the petit jurors for the first and
second weeks of the court. North Cairo
Frank Oiinchcr, Richard Fitzgerald, W.
W. Slltterell, J. p. Allen, John Wood.
Fred Sarbian, Chas. R. Howell, Clms, W.
Henderson. South Cairo W. E. GhoUon,
Peter Carahcr, H. Woldschmitt, H.
Brinkmcycr, J. Burger, Joseph I. Able,
C. Thrupp. E. C. Ford, Thos. Winter.
Gooso Island I). Hotl'muii, Nullum
Kussel. Thebes-James Miller, W. W.
Stewart. Hazlewood J. J. Coleman, John
F. Miller. Santa Fo-Joscph Hofner, Wm.
Sickntan. Unity Isaac Dunning, Charles
Waggoner, Patrick Sullivan. Clear Creek
Phillip Malone, Geo. Lasby, Martlrt Hen
sen, J. P. ltiggs.
Smokehs, if you wish a line "Key West"
or "Imported" cigar, cull at Korsineyer's
cigar store. It Is the ouly plum In thu city
almost daily In receipt of fresh goods.
Til K I.ATE MltS. NKWTON H. CASEY, OF MOl'Nl)
Mrs. Florida Casey was born at Shawnee
town, Illinois, September 2d, WW, and
consequently would have been forty-eight
years old on the 20th of September next.
Her father, Gen. Moses M. Rawlings, re
moved from Shawneetown when she was
quite small to Louisville, Ky., and Mrs,
Casey was sent to Nazereth Academy, a
Cath.ilic school near Birdstown, Ky. ,
where she remained for six years, and at
the end of that time, graduated first in her
class. She was married to Dr. N. It. Casey
on the 4th of December, 1847, ut Louisville,
Ky. She went with her husband to Benton,
Illinois, where she remained one year, re
moving from there to Mount Vernon. Illin
ois and remained there until VS.", when
her husband removed to Mound City,
Illinois, where she lived until her death,
which occurred on the Itth of August, 187.
On the Kith of September, 1S7II. she wus
stricken down with paralysis, almost three
years ago, und had been a great sufferer
from that time until her death. She par
tially recovered in some respects; vWted the
Hot Springs in Arkansas, and other places
for her health but what relief she obtained
was only temporary. She was a devout,
practical member of the Catholic church, but
liberal. She studied the doctrines of her
own church and the doctrines of all other
churches. She was familiar with the faiths
held by all. By her efforts some twenty
five acres of ground was purchased for a
Catholic cemetery, just north of the
Junction, which ground she visited a year
ago and selected the spot where she wished
to be buried.
Winter's Piiotoou.u'iik: Gallery.
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
CAN'T COME OVER.
RAILROAD MEN AM) KXI'ltESS MESsKNOEKS
OX THE MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD
l'ltollIHITEl) FROM COMINO INTO THE
At a meeting of the Board of Health
held yesterday morning the following res
olution was adopted, and copies of it served
upon the managers of the Mississippi Cen
tral railroad and the express companies:
Resolved, That no trainmen, conductor-,
baggagemen, expressmen or any other rail
road employes from, or who may pass
through districts infected with yellow fever,
will be permitted to come into the city of
Cairo until otherwise ordered by this board.
By order of the board of health.
W. P. WuniiiT, Sec'y.
Cairo Aug. 14th, 1778.
Incompliance with this resolutbn none of
the men arriving at Fillmore by the Missis
sippi Central railroad last evening came
across the river. Through passengers were
transferred to Illinois Central cars and
taken through without stopping. Mr.
Pink, manager of the express oflice in this
city, employed four men and a skill' to
cross the river and bring to this city all
money and valuables in the hands of the
Ik you have a bad taste in your mouth,
sallowness or yellow color of skin, feel stu
pid and drowy, appetite unsteady, frequent
head u he or dizziness, you are '"billions,"
and nothing will arouse your liver to action
and strengthen up your system equal to Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is
sold by druggists.
AOAIN OOKS I'or HIS NATI'R.M. ENEMY THE
lll l.I.ETIN REPORTER AND (1IVES II I M A
PIECE OF Ills MIND,
Editor Bulletin: In referring to the
towbout, Gruud Lake, your reporter says,
"Dr. Dunning, without boarding the boat,
interviewed Captain Thomas, who said he
had two cases of sickness aboard, but that
he was unable to say what the disease was.
He was told by Dr. Dunning that he could
The only truth contained in the above
paragraph is, I did not board the boat, and
I did interview Cupt. Thomas, My object
in visiting the boat was to inform the cap
tain that the board of health of this city had
resolved not to allow any loat from New Or
leans to land at this port until after she hud
been thoroughly disinfected und fumigated.
The Captain assured me that his crew were
all in excellent health and hud been so dur
ing the entire trip. He also applauded the
board of he.ilth in their efforts to keep clear
of the terrible scourge that is now nlllict
ing the citv of New Orleans. A liltli
more caution on the part of your reporter
III collecting news items would lie colli-
ineinlalile. C. . Di'NMNO, M. I).,
An AsTo.NisiiiNu Fact. A large propor
tion of the Amei'lcuii people are to-day suf
fering from the cIl'cciH 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 u pleasant existence
of enjoyment und usefulness. There is no
good reason for this, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take the
advice of druggists and your friends, and
try oni) bottle of Green' August Flower,
your speedy relief is certain. Millions of
bottles of this medicine hnvo been given
awuy to try its virtues, with satisfactory re
suits in every case. You can buy a sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three dunes will
relievo thu worst case. Positively mild by
all druggists on the Western Continent. ,
80MB CCMPLAIST ABOUT THE WAY IT 13
MANAGED. A (1O01) HI OI1EST10N.
There is some complaint among citizens
at the action of some of the city ollicials
with reference to the manner In which
the quarantine at this point is being con
ducted. It is said that when a steamboat
from the south makes its appearance in the
bend of the river below Filmore, besides
Dr. Dunning, whose duty it is to inspect ull
steamers beforo allowing them to come
into port, Mayor Winter, Chief of Police
Arter und not unfrcquently half a dozen
citizens board the tug and pwceed down
the river to meet the approaching steamers;
and following close upon Dr. Dunning'
heels, the whole party go from stein to stern
of the boat, and then, the examination over,
they ull return to the city. To this
many citizens object, and declare
that the quarantine might as well be aban
doned altogether and bouts be allowed to
.come and go ut will as to have n dozen
in en boarding evciy steamer that comes up
from the South, and then go about the
city and mingle with crowds of people
here there und everywhere. This is nil
wrong. No person other than the quaran
tine physician and one or two oflicers de
tailed for that special duty und to be subject
to the orders of the quarantine physician
should be permitted to board or go near
boats coming tqi from the south. In this
connection itj is suggested that the quar
antine physician and one or two oflicers
should be required to take up their quarters
at Filmore, from which point they could
reach bouts more readily, and with much
less expense than under the arrangements
now in vogue. Tlio nuintainani e of the
quarantine physician and his assistants
at Filmore would not, it is claimed
cost the city any more than it does now to
employ a tug to go down the river to meet
every boat that comes up from the south,
while the quarantine could be made more
effective and give more general satisfaction
to the people. Since the fever has ma le
its appearance at Grenada, Grand Junction
and Memphis, the people here are becoming
clamorous for a more thorough and
stringent quarantine, anil it is to be hoped
that hereafter no one but the quarantine
physician will be permitted to board I touts
coming from the south.
Stock Notice. On and after this date,
ull horses, mules, bulls, bours, oxen, sheep
und dogs found running at large, will In
impounded. Hogs found running at large
on and after October first will be impound
ed, as by ordinance provided. This is posi
tive. ('. D. Arter. Citv Marshal.
August l:i, 1878.
THE CONCERT TO-MORROW XI0HT
AT THE METHODIST I III 11(11 ( III tl( K Ml sl
CAL I'll! Mi RA MM E.
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 part in the affair. The concert is
given for the purpose of raising money to
pay the expenses of the church. A cordial
invitation is extended to cvcrylmdy to
attend. B"low wu publish the programme
in full for the evening's entertainment:
Quartette. Guide Me, Oh! Thou Great Je
hovah. Mis Annie Pitcher, Miss Haitie
McKee, Mr. Frank Howe and Mr. W. H.
Soio. Sing, Sweet jJli'd. Mrs, Win. Winter,
Male Quartette. The Crystal Spring.
Mesrs. Frank Howe. N. W. Hacker,
Frank Van Dorn and W. H. .Morris.
Solo. Let Mo Dream Again. Miss Annie
Solo. Kathleen Aroon. Mr. W. II. Morris.
Solo. -The Little Log Cabin by the Stream.
Misses Mamie and Carrie Willumis.
Solo.-The Owl. Mr. W. F. McKee.
Duet. Dearest, Good Night. Miss Ann.'e
Pitcher and Mr, Frank Howe.
Concert will open promptly at 8 o'cock
Admission, 2o cenfs,
Clear the Way. For the escape from
the system of its waste and debris, which,
if retained, would vitiate the bodily fluids
and overthrow health, that iniDortuiit
channel of exit, the bowels, may be kept
permanently free from obstructions by using
the non-griping, gently acting and agree
able cathartic, Hosteller's Stomach Bitters,
which not only liberates impurities, but invi
gorates the lining ()f the intestinal canal
when weakened by constipation or the un
wise use of violent purgatives. The stom
ach, liver and uninary organs are likewise
reinforced and aroused to healthful action
by this beneficent tonic and corrective, and
every organ, fiber, muscle and nerve exper
iences a share of its invigorating influence.
Unobjectionable in flavor, a most genial mid
and wholesome medicinal stinnilnnt, und
owing us eiiicacy to botanic sources ex
clusively, it is the remedy best adapted to
household use on account nl'iu mii',.io u l.i,,
scope and speedy action,
Choice Bacon, Hams. Sides and Shoulders.
Dry Suit Shoulders and Sides, Tierce,
Keg and Bucket Lard. Broukfust II aeon.
etc., etc, all In good stock and for sale at
lowest market price. W. P. Wuicurr,
nos. TU ami 71 Ohio Levee.
Qi'KRY. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro's
M,.iil V..hII. II....O ... .1 ... . ,
....in ..win, iiiioiiiiii iii me same price i
Pint !13ottles, with Directions.
25 CENTS PElt BOTTLE.
Iii Cartoons, with 'Directions,
25 CIS. EACH, Oli WEIGHED OUT AT 10 CIS. PER LB
13 ire 1 My
THE PALACE HOTEL OP CHICAGO.
r. Klf PrMli! Mil WMilMn
PRICES REDUCED TO $3 PER DAY.
Almvo I'nrlitr Finer. i j;n iilii',' Front Itonmi! and Ituunia with Buth,
JiiOOMS WITHOUT JBOAUJU, 81 TO 62 WM DAY.
-JVy-T. fcfoTA UltAXT COXXrXTEl) WITH THDWIoUsE
rOltKliDi COMMISSION MKItTHA.VK
gMiTJI, HACK cfe CO.,
NO. HO I1KOAI1 STKKET,
I(-It.-:l ItilTy Solicit Ouii'li.'iiineHtii of
PROVISION'S, PRODUCE. GRAIN AND
m ICKCl IAN DISK GENERA LLY,
rpo wlili li they will tttvo ciiri fiil ami promitt nt
1 li'iilliui, TUcjr uru irc!urud to iiniku liberal
111(1 will linn their liet elToits fur the IlitfreMg of
thiiff rnvorliitf them with cousluiiiniMit.
Iti'ler. by )irmllnn, to Natiosai. Hank, of An
Kuniu; National Kxciianuk 11 ask, of AiiiikW, (.a,
at .Low Prices.
13 vo th e rs
GRAIN', FLOUR AND HAY.
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paiil for Wheat.
" Ac MOORE,
Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse
General Commission Merchants,
Sit. IS! nml tar Pommer- I f1 1 ti.rw Tr r a
vial Avcuuu lAIKO, ILLS.
IinKftAL ArtriMrnmnnt. mmln on Cotnljnmt'nU
J ut TubtKKO, Flour und Orulu,