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7jy R. SMITH, M. D.
Oftkt tud Resldon. :
HO. Jl TIIIHTEESTII HTWEKT, CAIRO, ILL
1 W. PlNNIXU, M.D.
Offli n! R'itln"e :
OFTtrE-N. W. for. Sixth near Ohio Loree.
liKMLiKScE-Coruur Walnut ami Ninth ulrecm
E. W. WH1TLOCK,
Orn. E-No. !!W Commercial Avenue, between
EltfUtu anil Miitu Btrevu
K. W. C. JOCEIAa,
OlTICE-KlKhth Street, near Commercial A venae.
g P. WHEELER,
A tto rney-a t-La v.
OFFICE Olilo Levee, bet. Fourth and Sixth lU
JXEGAR & LANSDEX,
OFFICE -No. 113 Commercial Aveur.e.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Onl v Mnriiiiis: Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL r.U'KR OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
For Columbus, Hickman and New Madrid
SaT. T. HILLMAX,Stt
JOSEPH AMBROS Master.
LEAVES CAIRO EVERY
TUESDAYJIU'ESDA Y and SATURDAY
For fn'k-hr or pa-ace apply on Holiday Jfc Phil
Iip" Whiirf'joat.ur to
1 JAMES URHiS, A?.'Lt.
54 Ohio Levee.
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OCIV.'K Iriir SAHItDAY M'UMNG,
AloL-T ITtH. 17.
At 111 C jtii:n'T,'ia! uvf.-r.u';. L'vU:'
Gi!f.,r.H'irrt'.-', fi-wini: M-teliirf.sWurInl-,
Dxjkcase, Cli'iir-. U'-'Uti-u 1, Cann'il
jf a!ui""t evi-ry 1 .--r j:i':i : C;.-nt!emsin'it
an! Lvli'-s' S;i'llln. u:i'l otiiirr artid'.-s to )
Euiii'jrw. to m-'ii;io!.
Tom Wi.ntf.r. Auctioneer.
Fop. S.u.e. A gt piano a;i 1 1 u!I t' C
household ;'Oods nt Xo. Walnut ttr,.x-t.
Thtsu- goods will lie sM at private sale.
II!. W. (.'. Jik i;i.VN.ilc-!i:is, will 1; found
at his (irtk-'i 0:1 Ei.'lith strwt, finl ih jirt'par-
cd t) L'lVvcMiri.' :i!iifacti'in in all brunches
of dviitistrv a! low rati s.
NoTin:. On and after Monday, August
10, and until further notice, the Str. James
Fisk, Jr., will leave Cairo at 4 p. m. instead
of 5 p.m. as heretofore. . E. TAVi.01t.Capt
Editok Bu.i.ktin : I was nearly blind
for several years and under the care of cde
brated doctors, but m-wr got any relief un
til I used the eye water furnished free by
Mrs. Hiram Hill of Cairo. After using it
two days I could set; better than for yeais.
nd have no doubt I will ha ired. I take
this method of thanking Mrs. n;;i and ma
king her r-iic, ly known 1 1 tl,.. pi,!;,,...
'"'IN Ml HPIIY.
GENKIIA1. MV, i:iMSi
Our river news i. t,,inv, . , !v ..,,,,
out thi3 morning.
-Attention is hereby called to miction
code this morning.
Circuit court commences the first M011
3ay in September.
Dr. Wardner offers to sell n goo, I pl,mo
tai all his household goods cheap. (ee
Col. 8. T. Brion, general manager of
the Chicago, St. Louis imd New Orleans
ruilroud, is in the city.
Mr. Os. Grenlcy, ui (joe,.. I,limd, was
in the city yesterday. Ho reports every
thing quiet in thu country.
Judge Raker and family arrived homo
from Mt. Vernon by the Cairo and Yin
cenncs railroad last niylit.
That hog hole on Fifteenth street is
still open, and a number of porkers are
wallowing there every day.
Hon. D. T. Li'iegar went to Murphys
loro yesterday, and addressed the Demo
cracy of that place last night.
Merchants complain that the existence
of yellow fever at so many points south is
seriously affecting the trade of this city.
Deputy Sheriff Jack Hodges returned
from the country night before last, ami was
at his post in the sheriff's office yesterday.
Louis Hall, an employe at the box factor-,
had one of his arms seriously injured
yesterday by having a pile of oak plank fall
Dr. Rauch, president of the state board
of health is in the city. He is here for the
purpose of assisting the local authorities in
their efforts to keep the yellow fever out of
Sarah Williams, a white woman, was
ln-fore Judge Bird yesterday charged with
stealing 4 50 from Mary Davis, a colored
woman. The evidence against her was not
sufficient to warrant her being held over,
and she was discharged.
Mrs. Jas. Browner, of Mound City, died
at her home in that ciiy on Thursday, and
her funeral took place at Tk-cIi Grove cem
etery yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Browner
was an exemplary wife and mother, and her
death is a serious loss to the community iu
which she lived.
Mollie Wallace and Lilliu Knns, in
mates of the brothel at the corner of Fifth
street and Commercial avenue, were before
Judge Bird yestenby on a charge, of fight-
iri!;. The former was fined ten and the
latter live dollars and eots. They could
not pay their thu s and wen; locked up in
the city jail. John Hogan made the aru-.-t.
HUcy Wlwar,l alvHm Pan'n-1 hud
sligritin:un U-rt"ta-Png yesterday, and
came to blows. In t'.- melee Lon bail one
of his hands badly damaged, but Hi-cy had
to pay for the whi:!e. He was taken be
fore Justice Coming on a charge of carry-
tif concealed weapons, and the fine and
c.ts &.ssA.-d a'aiit him amounted to
thirty-eight dollars and eighty cents.
Tlic attention of the mayor and loard
of health U called to the fact that the gar
bage that is daily removed from the city
is lx-ifjg depo-it' d at a po'tit not to exceed
four bunded feet fn.m the Mi:ppi levee
near the slaughter hou-'-s. The stench
arising from the place where ail this waste
and swill is being emptied is K-comiug of
fensive and liable to create disuse and
sickness. This is a matter that demands im
mediate attention, and we hope the pr-j- r
authorities will look into the nutter.
The following a lirt of letters remain
ing uncalled for at the pfst-orBcc in Cain-.
on Friday evening, August 10: Bann
Mar)-; Bliss Hncr, Brown lkciiel; Bow
man Lizzie; 0ther Jenu'e; Crstz Lillie:
Davc3 Julia; Eg'.eison Emuw; Green Car
liuc; Hull CVjlumbus; Hutchinson Mo'iie;
Ilashell Miry; Mo't ;ii Kittle: McLoughlin
Mar-; X'xks P-l!y: i'ldllip. Matilda; Ptir
cell Kate: Powers Eilen: Rice Saiiie; Rem
ington E. S.; Shtrtunn Z.; Taylor Farojie:
Woods Jessie: Bowles G.P.: Bedelbnty;
Burhut-r James; BenhoM Jo-jih; Banett
Jim: Cavender Joseph; Coiiei-s J. H.:
Caldwell Rooen : Clark Rolx-rt ; Conhy S.P. ;
Dodd, E. C; Deweese, J. W.; Edwnrd.-,
Jaim s P.; Ernst, Wm.; Fi.d-r, D. M.; Fet
ter, F. W.; Fi tiler, Thomas; Haiicamp, (.'.:
Ilorden. Columbus; Iljy.S. D.;IIarty. Wil-j Jir. Hunch wanted to know what the
liam; Jeffrey, Charles A.: Kindall, Bill ; j character of freight was shipped iu through
L"hr, Ib.nry; Lov-jaw, Joseph; Landon, j tar-.
Sam.; Lewis Si Canady; McCantiff, John; j (;,,!. Br'en -:-.id that it was princi
Mitchell, J. T.; McC.dlieter, P C: Mi-yers, ' puHy sugar, lnola,-.-, c .ffei; and rice, with
Rami. S.; Xother, Ben.; Xeithainamer, j Mx occa.-iona! lot i.f household ),'ixhLs, etc.
Francis; Phillip-. D. W.; Pe id, Bernard E.;
Hohmoti, Joseph; S ncrbier, M.-.Sa'il, Dan
iel W.; Sullivan. John: lamer, J. J.
Weman, Henry; Yocum, Rube.
T11K CITY AND THE r KVF.h.
THE SANITARY CONDITION OK THE CITY
CELLKNT So KEVI.ll IN THE CITY.
The people of Cairo have rexson to be
thankful, that in the present deplorable ''''"
state of affairs iu the cities and towns south T1'" ""''J' ''' W:w discussed fr some time,
of us, that they are so well off and have so I "d finally taken under udvi.;meiit, agree
far escaped without a single case J to L'ivi? Col. Brien an answer this
of yellow fever. The health of the city was j
never better ut this season of the year.
Health Officer Suiuerwell informs us that in
his rounds of the city he has not found a i Otli'-er Sum. rw-ll if that officer was mak
dozen cases of sickness, au.l wherever sick ' 11 "'"rough inspection of the city,
people have 1) -en found, the disease is noth- 1 Sumerw. ll said he was getting along just as
ing more serious than bilious fever. I l';,"t H ''" ("mI''' tl"' w'rk KM Vr,'sd
The sanitary condition of the ' 111,11 '"' ,'"lt "'"'ded help, and asked
city is excellent-the streets ,,,,,1 j that he be given an assistant,
alleyways are clean, and yards, etc., are in ' n motion of Mr. Lancaster the board au
like good condition wherever necessary 1 thorized the mayor to appoint an assistant
disinfectants have been liberally applied ! health officer. His honor nominated and
with good effect.
The report circulated yesterday that two
cases of yellow fever had been discovered in
an uptown building was, upon investigation,
found to be false in both cases the patients
were suffering from bi'ious fever, mid that
in a very slight form.
Thu Oolden Rule, from New Orleans to
Cincinnati, cane into the bend opposite
Fillmore late y st 'rday afternoon. She was
met by the quarantine officers, and it was
ascertained that she had lost her cook and
had two cases of what was sup
1-wed to bu fever oil board.
She was not allow.-d to come into port,
though find ttnd provisions were sent to her,
six o'clock she passed up the river.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SA1URPAV MOKMNd, AU.US1
BOARD OF HEALTH.
AXOTIIEU MF.ETIXO Y F.ST K H D A Y M K M n Elt S
OKTIIE STATE BOAHII OK HEALTH I'HESENT
UK. ItAVCH MAKES A TALK ACTION
WITH 11EKEHENCE TO H.VII.UOAUS AM)
STEAM UOATS AI'I'OIXTM EXT OK SPECIAL
I'OI.ICE AND AN ASSISTANT HEALTH
A meeting of the board of health was
held in the office of the kmrd at nine o'clock
yesterday morning, to consult as to whnt
further action was necessary to guard the
city against the incursion of the yellow
ferer, uml to trasact such business as might
properly come before the board. The at
tendance was large. Besides the members
of the board, Dr. Rauch, presideut, and Dr.
H. Wardner, of the state board of health.Dr.
C. W. Dunning, quarantine physician, and
Dr. Waldo, physician in charge of the
marine hospital were present, as well as
many of the railroad officials of the
different lines centering here, and a large
number of citizens.
STEAMBOATS AND HAIM'.OAUS.
The subject of permitting hteamUiats to
laud here was again brought
up and discussed at considerable
length by Dr. Rauch, Dr. Dunning and
the memln-rs of the loard. and it was
'finally decid-d" that no boat from tic
south' or boats that have been south should
le allowed to come into this port until after
they have passed through thorough courses
of scrubbing, disinfection ami fumigation.
It was also ordered that all trains on the
railroad entering this city from the south
lie stopped from coming into or bringing
freight or passengers into the city. Dr.
Ranch, president of the state Wird of
health addressed the Ujard. lb' sai l in
substance, that the situation was becoming
critical and the loard could not be too rig
orous in their efforts to keep the fever out
of the cit v. The state Wird would do ail
in their power to aid the local authorities
in their efforts in this direction, and if it W-
came necessary the state board would render
even- assistance within their over. It
was the duty of the state lard to look
after the health of the state, and as a niem
Ikt of the board, as well as individually
he felt much solicitude for this locality.
During his stay in the city lie had gone
tilwut considerable and found the city ia
OocpD SANITUtY CONDITION.
The sn eets were clean and disinfectants
had 1 eeii judiciously aoplicd : hut this was j
not all that was to be done. The authori
ties should guard against the city Wing
overrun with pep'e I'mm the infected dis
tricts of t.he South, and in order t do this
the quaiautine hcvs ntUst W-made thorough
and iff -r five.
Dr. Wardner concurred in what Dr. 1
Rouch s:.id. and had nothing further t add.
A WATEUMEIkN T11AIN. j
Mr. J.C.Ziuiiiier.agei.t for the Iron M..un- j
tain railroad, said that hi? road was ship-
ping large ,u aiititi-s of water nn-'otis from j
joints a!"ng tie- li.T; U-1-.veen Cairo and ;
De.v'.er. II- sai 1 tin; car- coiitaitj'ng tic-!
melons were sealed and the content.
hij'ped t p lints north without Hupping
in Cairo only long enough to be transferred.
He u-ked that the Ward of health per- :
init tiiis c!a-s of freight to go through, and ,
he would guarantee that no other freight or '
;.-- ngei- wicild be brought into the city
1 verb;- road. Mr. Zillillivr's request Was
1HEM!"IssiI'"r fF.NTI'.AL It.'.II.KOAD. (
Col. L. T. Brien. general manager of the :
1 Chicago. St. I'Ui- and New Orleans rail
j road, was jirese.it and wanted to know if
tin-Ward would not so in'xlity its order iu
. regard to railroai'.s as to allow through
j freight in sealed cars to pass through this
He said, however, that if there was any
particular cia-s of goods w hich the board
considered it dangcnnis to bavi) come into
or puss through the city, bis road woti'd
quaranteo not to bring such freight into
Cairo. He did not think there could be
any risk incum! by id'owing the shipment
of uch goods as coffee, sugar, molasses and
SI MUlWEI.I. WANTS HELP.
P. Wright wanted to know of Health
the board confirmed Frank Jenkins to uch
office, subject to the orders of Health Officer
J The question of appointing a force of
j spend policemen, 01c to watch either of the
wharf-boats and prevent strangers from
coming into the city, and others to patrol
the river banks and prevent parties from
coming into the city in skill's, was discussed
by the board, and it was agreed that the
mayor appoint four men for the purposes
Col. Lowery, to do duty at the Cairo
city terry landing-, ami James English at
the upper fl-rry lauding, wen uppolutcd
and confirmed. The appointment of the
other two officers will Iu mad'.' by tic
mayor at the meeting of the board this
LET II Ell lirx.
The steamer T. T. Hillman, plying be
tween Xew Madrid and Cairo, was given
privilege to make her regular trips and take
all the freight she wants out of the city,
but she dare bring neither passengers nor
freight into the city.
The board then went into "secret session"
and soon after adjourned.
Take Notice. Notice is hereby given
to all persons not to harbor my wife, Lettio
Young. Anyone disregarding this notice
will be held responsible under the law.
Cairo, August 12, 1873.
Notice: All persons who know they
have accounts with the undersigned are
requested to call and adjust the same by
payment, due bill 'or otherwise without
delay. I wish to have all business settled
before the tir-t of September.
The quarterly love feast of the Methodist
church will be held in the lecture room of
the church at ten o'clock, Sunday morning
next. Rev. Mr, Morrison w ill preach his
farewell sermon at eleven o'clock, and im
mediately after the sermon will adminis
ter the sacrament of the Lord's supper.
WHY SUCH DISTINCTIONS.
"CITIZEN "ASKS SOME PEKTINENT QCEsTIoNS
WHY WAS Til E OII.I.MoltK KEPT HIT OK
POUT AND THE 1'AlSKKIt ALLOWED TO
Cairo, Aug 1G, 187$.
To the Eiiicrnf the Ruih'tin:
I do not wish to appear captious or to
find fault with our Board of Health; no
doubt they are doing all that can be done to
prevent the introduction of the yellow fever
into the city, but I would like to know how
the Quarantine Physician jusiifies his very
extraordinary course of yesterday in dec lin;
ing to allow the tow boat, Jno. Oilinore, to
land when she has been h ing at St. Louis
for the past two weeks, has not visited
an infected port for a month, and has never
had a case of fever on her: and then allow
ing the James D. Parker to land
and put off people with old bed
ding and baggage, when it is
notorious that she w-isju-t from Memphis,
and had half a dozen sick persons lying
anund on the deck presumably with the
germs of the scourge in their systems. It
is an established fact that the most experi
enced physicians cannot always tell at the
first visit whether a patient is affected with
yellow or some other malarial fever. Aow
the qmrantine physician could so easily
d termine in this ca.. I mn at a 1o-j to
know. If we pr-v-nd to 'piamtine let Us
make no sueh inv idious distinctions.
The point ma leby Citizen" is well taken,
but be places the blame for the matter com
plained of on the wrong man's shoulders.
Injustice to Dr. Dunning we will state
that he protected against allowing the
Parker to com.-; to the wharf, but Mayor
Winter allowed her to come in the face of
the dm tor's protest.
The OkeatesT Bies-imi. A simple,
pure, harmless r-inedy, that cures every
tine, and preven's diseitse by keeping the
blood pure, stomach regular, kidneys mid
liver active, is the great'-st blessing ever
conferred ujon man. Hop Bitters is that
remedy, and its proprietors are being bless
ed by thousands who have been saved and
cured by it. Will you try it? See other
N'itick. Physician, accouchi-ts and
midwives having obtained certificates from
the State Board of Health, and who have
not had them recorded, as the law direct,
are notified that they must present the same
to the county Clerk without delav. All
parties practicing without said certificates
are h'-reby notified that they ure liable to
arrest and fine. S. J. Hi mm.
Cairo, lib, Aug. Hi, 17.
roTTAfiK AND LOT
AT ACTION OH I'ltlVATE HA I.E. TIICUSDAY
AKTKKS'XiN AT -i o' l.'X K, At OI'ST tl, l".
Frame cottage of:) room and hall, situ
ate on lot 14, block 47, first addition to
the city of Cairo, on Twcnty-lirst street, bet.
Washington avenue and Poplar street.
A cistern of large capacity with pump at
tached, and stable on the premises.
Cottage in complete repair, and newly
painted and papered. Property unincum
bered and title guaranteed.
For general information and terms ap
ply to Tom Winter, Auctioneer.
Ax Astonishino Fact. A large propor
tion of the Aticrican people are to-day suf
fering from tl Ifeets of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. The result of these diseases
upon the masses of intelligent and valuable
people is more alarming, making life cctti
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 the
advice of druggists and your friends, mid
try one bottle of Green's August Flower,
voitr speedy relief is certain. Millions of
liottles of this medicine have been given
away to try its virtues, with satisfactory re
sults in every case. You can buy a sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses will
relieve tin' worst case. Positively sold by
all druggists on the Western Continent.
Choice Bacon, Ham, Sides and Shoulders.
Dry Salt Shoulders mid Sides, Tierce,
Keg and Bucket Lard, Breakfast Bacon,
etc., etc., all in good stock and for sale at
lowest market price. W. P. Wiiioiit,
N's. "0 and 71 Ohio Levee,
Pint Bottles, with Directions.
2o CENTS PER BOTTLE.
In Cartoons, with Directions.
25 CIS. EACH, OK "WEIGHED OUT AT 10 CTS. PEU LB.
Chloride of Lime;
Full Supply at
13 a rcl i y
(iUAIN, FLOUR AND HAY.
Highest dish Price Paid for Wheat.
1 1 INKLE. TIIISTLEWOOJ)
FimiKTs' Tol:uvo Wa rollout j
(ieiici iil Commission Mcrcluuit,
Nirf. 1 JI uml l.T Cummer- f ' , ,. 1 1 r c
Uul A vim..: CAIbO, 1J.L.S.
I HE II A I. Ai'iviii.rwneiiti. mink on l'uliltfiimciit
j of 'I '.liinrrn, Kl.mr an. I Oriilii.
EOitEPiN COMMISSION MEIICIIANTs.
MITII, HACK tfeCO.
NO. 0 UUOAIJ STIIKKT.
Li Hieeuy Solicit C'olisi Uliuu-nt of
PROVISIONS, PRODUCE. OltAIN AND
M KUCH AN DISK UKN EUALLY,
rro which they v, 111 eve nircfiil ntul prompt lit
1 Cut. un. Tie)' ii I u nrmitil tu Inuku liberal
li.l will live,, '..ir le-t eirotlii fur Hie llilerei'lil of
tic .-11 utin Hi. 'in with t.)iisli;iilni'iilr.
liefer, l.v i. rnitlnn. In Nation M. lUNK.ef Ail
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ami I'l.ililp. V.-!.,f!i.,:it Co., fool of S V
tteet, l lif.l, H!-,, (jl.
Comiiieiicing ut 10 O'Clw k A. JL
ttnlosa piKincr f'.iiiiictil ami ihar.'' paid.
T. W. D.iH.ly, t l.nx II. 11. (i.i.l. 1 Mil. Melius.-;
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TiiiimiiM1. 1 S.-wIiik Mm h! lie; (. W. Illii. " 1 It. ii"'r
uml Mower; M. V. A ,. 1'. Ware. 1 Im llnrilw nr.-;
I'. H.. 1 liox Leaf ToImiitii; .1. II, Llimeiil'iirir. 1 hex;
lliilihln it Co., empty ( inl.ll. -i W. M.. 1 ''-:i."
Wnr.lrohe; I', A Co., 1 pil. kii;'.' L. Ola"l H A Co.,
. Wo.,. Ch;ilr: While Cu I Imx S. '1'i.l.iie. o; V.
A. W.-.t, U l.nxen Iliil.'-I A. W. Cfirr. 1 llalft
ciothliiu'iJim. croi1ii.ll. I Hox: .1. Llail-ey. 1 llii'.f
llnrreii c, M. Power-. 1 Tall Client ! .folia llrmni.
ii hoxi s Hriiiiilyi T. II. Hnnilern. I'mnlh Paper ; II.
V. Penre... I box suinlrleii, 1 Icuri'l; K. III. hitnUoa.
i l.ox lliinfttiire; II. A. si"tr. I lux stm.lrle-; Tliloo
ft Tit) lor. I lo-is S.elai Z..JIis ilii- i rc: M. V.
V., 4 bnxea Liquor-. li.iireln Liquor,: .Mr-, S. II.
iiit-srock. 1 Imx II. II. Oooiln; l.nrvey, 1 client
Tool.: (i. It., 1 Hal Hui k: .1. M.. I licit H ill-: H. II
1 lied Itull-: H. I.., I II' il Hulls: ' II.. I sue!. Seed:
.M. W., I Siiuiilnr.l Tor L. .ln: Mm. T. Morre anil
I.. Hnvl, 1 lot II. Il.Oooils; J, A. P I l)nnlnwi
linn lloliln.oii, I (i. Ciirilnu-e: .Inliii I'olntv 1
Trunk. NoMnrkm nimxe. hiimlrlcn; CukVliie
I l.nrr.'ls Mollis-.'.: "t liarrel Moliism i likens llors."
.hue-; 1 Imil Moiils ; 'i Tin Ciiii" : Ti liuniHc ( Imlr
sitiD: i Tool Che.t.; I l.nuiii;.' K mll II bin .11"
lleil Kinll T biilnll'- II"'! r.ii'lsi 1 biiii.l!" Ib'il
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