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THE DAILY CAIRO IUJI.LETIN: SATUUDAV MOKM.NU, AUIrUM 24. 187S.
rKortysioxAL cakds-vhysici axs.
I!. SMITH, M. 1).
Olflcr and Reatilonor :
NO. l THIRTEENTH 8THEET. CAIRO, ILL
Q W. in, JSN 1X0, M.I).
OI1W unil UfHldrnre :
OFFICE-N. W. f"r. Sixth t near Ohio Lctcc.
KKMoKSi E-Curuer Walnut and Ninth streets.
It. K. W. WIIITLOCK,
Orrir No. 1 OommiTclal Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
JJ1.. W. C. JOCF.LYX,
OFFICE E'.irhth Struct. near Commercial Avcntio.
O P. YVIIEELEK,
OFFICE-Ohlo Levee, bet. Fourth und Slvtli sts.
JJXEGAU & LAXSDEX,
A 1 1 orne ys-a t-Ta v.
OFFICE-No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
STEAM lit ATS.
For Columbus', Ifit kiiiiui and New Slutlriil
JOSEPH AM DUOS Muster.
LEAVES CAIRO EVERY
TUESD.VY.THi nsDAY and SATURDAY
For frclf-ht or passage apply on lliilllilny I'll 11
llps' Wharf bout, ur to
JAMES IlKiliS, Ajjent.
M Ohio Lev'co.
10 CITY FERKY CO.
LEAVES I.EAVKS I.KAVKS
Foot Fourth at Missouri Lund'). Kentucky Ld'g.
s a. ni.
10 a. ir..
! )). in.
4 D. m
h:'VI a. m.
H::) a. m.
i-M p. in.
4::'a p. in.
H n. m.
3 p. m.
5 p. tn.
'A'earu authorized '.o announce tlm liiimo of
Samuel Brilcy of Iluzlcwnod a a Cundldiite for
County C'otuiiilHuintHT of Alexander county ut the
cnmilui November election.
.4""Vc are authorized to announce Jolm Hodges
as a canilidiite for ShcrlrTof Alexander county at tile
ensulm; November election.
tyWc ire authorized to announce 11. C. I.OF
LIN us a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander county,
rubject to the decision ofthe people ut the election
In November next.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Moru'niir Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL r.U'KROF THE CITY AND COl'XTY.
SinxAi. Okki'-f. I
Caiiio, 111., Amr. iM, 'STS. (
Tun,', liir. Tlier. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
0:41k. in l.ii "i TT NE S Fair
11:11- :mv, h.-, 47 SW 4 Fair
y p.m. :m.i Ni M K 4 Fair
3:4ii" Sii.lM KS 4i S 4 Fair
Maximum Thermometer. sss; Minimum Ther
mometer, oil- ; ltuiufull, .mi Inch.
W. II. HAY,
Seru't Signal Corp, V. 8. A.
IIemovai.. After September 1st, Drs. (1.
G. & I). II. Parker will occupy the place of
Dr. Wardnernt 111 Commercial iivenue.
Foil Hkst. Cottiijrc, Xo. IK), on Tenth
street lictwecii Washington uventie uml
Walnut street. Apply ut Xo. li'i) Tenth
Foil Hunt. The Culil property, on
Holhrook avenue, corner of Twenty-third
street. Apply to
A. P. SciiiioKUKit, Agent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Captain P.cese Dunn is. in the city.
.Major E. W. IlallMuy lias gone to St.
Mrs. Malimla, of Villa KiI, is in the
city visitin;,' friends. H
Mrs. C. H. Woodward and daughter,
-MUnTcnniu, returned home ou Thursday.
Mr. John II. OIerly will address 11
Democratic guttier'uio; ut Diinirola to-day.
Judge Win. J. Allen speaks ut DeSoto,
Jackson county, to-day.
Dr. Wardner went to Anna yestetday
to take a (limp- at the insane usyluin.
lie will return this afternoon.
Mr. DavM T. Linear will address a
meetitiif of Democrats ut I.nckvoors drove,
Jackson county, this afternoon.
A grand political hatliectie, sand
wielted with a cytiple of horse races, will
take place ut Sandusky to-day.
Chief of Police After 1ms hiiii. sincii
the doer slaughter began up to the present
tune, one hundred forty-two dogs.
Jim Woods, the notorious negro shot on
Tuesday night in a colored bagnio, ut the
corner of Eighth street ami Ohio levee, is
Captain Iloswell Miller, of the Cairo
and YinccnncM railroad, who lias been In
the East for the past four weeks, returned
to Cairo on Thursday night.
Ou next Monday evening there will be
& rullle and dunce ut Turner hall. The
radio Is for a lino life-size portrait of the
great Irish patriot, Hubert Emniett.
The Hibernian Fire company expects
to get into their new engine house by the
ninth ot September. This is the finest
structure of the kind in Southern Illinois,
and the Hibernians feel justly proud of it.
The cottage on Twenty-first street, sold
by Tom Winter on Thursday, was pur
chased by Mr. Pat. O Lattghlin. The price
paid was three hundred and ninety dollars.
Peter Duffy, for being intoxicated, was
arrested by Olliccr Cain yesterday afternoon,
and was sent to jail by Judge Hi rd, in de
fault of payment of his fine, three dollars
The Mississippi Valley Transportation
company's towboat Port Eads arrived yes.
terday. She. went to the Kentucky hank
opposite the wharf-boats and tied up. She
has no sickness of any kind on board.
Judge David J. Baker yesterday re
signed his position as judge of the First Ju
dicial circuit, to accept the position con
ferred upon him by Gov. Cullnm, to fill the
vacancy on the supreme court bench occa
sioned by the death of the late Sidney
The board of health met at their ollice
In Winter's block yesterday and, after a
private session of half an hour, adopted a
resolution requesting and empowering the
mayor to enforce all of the resolutions
ndopted liy the board m regard to quaran
The steamer John A. Scttddcr, from
St. Louis, came down tlu Mississippi yes
terday and went to the Kentucky shore, op
posite the point, without asking permission
to land at this wharf. She is freighted to
the water's edge witli stutf for Memphis
and Xew Orleans.
Two river men well known in these
parts, both of whom are usually very quiet
and tillable gentlemen, indulged in a quar
rel at the corner of Sixth street and Ohio
levee yesterday morning, which terminated
in one of the contestants being very effect
ually "sat down on."
Wu understand that the suggestion ot
several of our musical people, to give an
entertainment for the benefit of the Xew
Orleans, Memphis and Grenada sufferers,
is being considered by some of our benevo
lently inclined ladies and gentlemen, and
that such an all'.iir will probably occur.
There was a good attendance at the
sociable and festival given by the Wo
man's Christian Temperance Union, at
the Temperance Kelbrm club rooms last
evening. Th:t occasion was one of unusual
enjoyment. We presume the receipts of
the affair will prove very satisfactory to
those who hail it in hand.
Officers Axley and Wilson on Thursday
night arrested and locked upa negro named
Al Muster, who is suspected of being one
of the parties who burglarized the house of
Aid. O'Callahan on Tuesday night. Offi
cers Shcchnn and Ilogan also arrested a
negro yesterday, whom they charge with
being an accomplice in the burglary.
The steamer Whisper from Cincinnati,
which has been lying at Halliday &
Philips' wharf-boat for the past two days
receiving, is loaded to the water's edge,
and will leave this port for Natchez early
this morning. Her muster, Captain Leo
Craiu, will not go into Xew Orleans with
the boat until the yellow fever has died out
By a postal card received in this city
from Mound City yesterday, we learn that the
steamer Vint Shinkle, which boat passed
this port on Thursday morning last crowded
w ith Memphis people, frightened away from
their homes by yellow fever, landed at that
place and put ashore eight or ten people, all
of whom obtained conveyances and returned
to Cairo in the afternoon.
The United States engineer corps under
Gen. Simpson has resumed work on the
bank of the Mississippi river, just back of
this city. The work did by Gen. Simpson
a year ago has proven all that can be wifthed.
He will now continue his labors until the
the entire amount appropriated by congress
foi this purpose, forty thousand dollars, has
ceil expended. Already three large barges
of rock have been deposited on the levee,
and the government boats have gone back
after other barges.
A ripple of excitement was raised in
this city yesterday morning over the report
that a man, who recently arrived in Cairn,
had been stricken down with the yellow
fever at his boarding house on Pnplarstrect,
between Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets.
Dr. Waldo, who is the attending physician,
was called on by a Di i.i.ktin reporter to
ascertain the particulars of the case, and
was assured by the doctor that the sickness
of the man is nothing more nor less than
bilious fever. Cairo is entirely free from
the Southern scourge.
The corral was the scene of a vicious
and bloody wrangle on Thursday, evening,
A half dozen of the colored sisters who
make their homes there were the parties to
the fracas, and for a time things were ex
ceedingly lively. Mary Harrison and Jane
llenur mixed up in a dispute, which was
followed by blows and hair pulling, in which
Mary was badly worsted. Mary's defeat in
the squabble caused the ire of her friend,
Lizzie Harris, to rise, who vented her rage
in words ou one of June's friends, Elvira
Washington by name, who started for Liz
zie's chignon, but was arrested in her charge
by a fence picket in the hands of Lizzie,
which caught Elvira over the right eye,
raising nvery large? bump orer that member,
and spreading her t full length on the
ground, enlarging t an alarming de
cree her proboscis, whereupon Elvira retir
ed from the field, determined to seek jus
tice at the hands of Judge Bird, in the
jwilico court. The case was tiled before
that gentleman yesterday afternoon, result
ing in the entire party being fined.
Fresh Saddle Hock and Ualtimore oys
ters, in tine condition, just received at
Harry Walker's Crystal saloon.
WlMEU'S PlIOTOIIHAl'IIIC OaI.I.EUY.
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, ami examine specimens of his work on
AT ACCTIOX UOVSKIIOM) OooDS AT TIIK
RESIDENCE O.N WAI.SCT STREET, 11ETWEKN
SEVENTH AND EIOHTII STREETS, AT NINE
O'CLOCK MONDAY MOUNlNii, ACOlsT 2U,
Parlor, Bedroom ami Kitchen Furniture
of every description. Sofas, What-Xots,
Parlor, Hustic, Easy, Kitchen and Dining
room chairs; Rockers, Pictures, Ornaments,
Ottomans, Carpets, Side-board, Ext nsion
and Center Tables; Beds, U-dd::ig. Featli-r
Pillows, Bureaus, Dressing Cases, JJedst"ads.
etc. One splendid Cook Stove, drum
and water tanks attached.
Tom Winter. Auctioneer.
Fresh Saddle Hock and Baltimore oys
ters, in tine condition, just received nt
Harry Walker's Crystal saloon.
Ll .MiiEit. Parties needing sidewalk lum
ber can be supplied in car load lots, or less
quantity, by calling at lumber yard of J. S.
MeGahey, comer Twentieth street and
Washington avenue, Cairo, III.
OF A LIFE SIZE l'K Tt'HE OF THE IIU-II l'A
TIlliiT. RilliEKT EMMETT, ATTL'UNEU 11 ALL
MONDAY NKIIIT, Al'OI ST 2IJT1I,
The faille will take place at nine o'clock
sharp, after which there will be a sociji
dance. A good band of music will be in
attendant' . Admission to dance, 50 cents.
A cordial invitation is extended to all to be
present. Refreshments will be at the dis
posal of all who may desire them.
Pat Mix ki.er, Secretary.
Fresh Saddle Rock and Baltimore oys
ters, in tine condition, just received at
Harry Walker's Crystal saloon.
l'RIHIUESSoF THE DISEASE AT SEW ORLEANS,
ORKNADA AND MEMPHIS, AS RECEIVED IIY
TEI.KOIl.WH I.N THIS CITY YESTERDAY
By telegrams received from Xew Orleans,
Memphis and Grcnadi. at the office in this
city of the Chicago, St. Louis and Xew Or
leans railroad, we are enabled to give to
our readers the progress of the terrible
scourge at those places up to last evening.
AT NEW ORLEANS.
One hundred and twcnty-thiw new cases
had occurred in the tweiity-lbur hours end
in ir at twelve o'clock, noon, yesterday. Tin
deaths during the same time were forty.
The mimberof new cases continues to grow
The report telegraphed from this city to
till the newspapers, and published through
out the country, to the elfeit that Burt
Avers, the heroic operator who has stood so
bravely at his post through day and night i
since the fever invaded the city, has fallen,
is false. "Patsy," as he is familiarly known,
was taken sick and confined to his bed on
Thursday, but his complaint lias turned out
to be nothing more than loss of sleep and fa
tigue. He is again on his feet and at his
post, with the determination to weather the
seige if life lasts.
At this place the number of new cases
are very few, there being no material for
the yellow scourge to work upon except the
negroes, who have also become panic strick
en, and are lleeing in all directions. The
number of deaths up to four o'clock last
evening was six whites and five negroes.
The operators arc yet all well. Marshall,
one of the operators, who is being praised
throughout the country for his braveiy, and
who is stilt at his post in the ollice at Gren
ada, is a brother of Mr. Ed. Marshall,
clerk of the Cairo and Nashville packet
Eddyville, who is well known ami has
many friends in Cairo.
AT CANTON, MISS.
This town is divided into two sections,
known as East and West Canton. The
fever is confined entirely so far to the west
ern portion. Its ravages are terrible, and
only twenty-live white persons In East Cnn
t in remain, all the rest having deserted the
town, leaving behind them all their worldly
possessions. The increase in the number
of new cases Is on an average with previous
days, i lie Heaths yesterday were live,
IN 'I'll K COCNTIIV.
Fleeing Canton people are being stricken
down while wandering through the coun
try looking for some place of refuge. One
death occurred in the wood a few miles
from the town.
A STRANOK FACT.
A fact unaccounted for Is that not one
employe of thf Chicago, St. Louis and Xew
Orleans railroad, though nil of them on
the town divisions of the road are greatly
excised to the disease, have yet been ut
tacked. Smokers, if you wish a tine "Key West"
or "Imported'1 cigar, call at Kommeyer's
cigar store. It is the only pluce In the city
utmost daily in receipt of fresh goods.
A Remark.mju: Pen. Wo have been
shewn a very ingenious instrument known
as the MacKinnon pen. The handle of the
iibtniineiit being an ink reservoir its advan
tages over the ordinary pen are very great,
us it does away entirely with the annoy
ance associated with the present method,
Bitch as dipping for ink, scratching, blot
ting, etc., etc. Tho point of the pen being
perfectly round mid smooth it glides over
the surface of the paper so easily that it en
ables the writer to do more work in less
time and with greater ease than with the
ordinary pen. Their agent is now in the
city, and business men will have an oppor
tunity of testing this novel instrument.
Xotice TO Conthactors. Sealed pro
posals will be received at the boot ami
shoe store of V. Koch, on Commercial
Avenue, between 5th and (Ith streets until
Thursday evening, Aug. Sllth.for building a
two story brick building on the next lot
south of the store. Plans and specifications
can be seen by applying at the store. Also
bids will be received for filling up the same
lot. For particulars apply at the store.
Cairo, Ills., Aug. Ill, ISTH.
Qckky. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when tlcy can buy .Marburg Bros
"Seal of Xotth Carolina" at tin.1 same price;
ORDINANCE NO. 'l.
AN OUIIINANl r. I'lloVIIUNK roll TIIK lsI ISn T f .'Ta.
I"l (l NKW IIOMIS TO VIM) AMI IIKTIIIK "IIT TAN II
I SO HON 1IH tlY Til K I'lTYOf CAIUO IS I'l llsl AM K (IK
AN Kl.KlTION IIKI.Il ON TIIK .'Till lAV OK Jl SK.
A. II. isrs.
Whereas, under aa tu t entitled ' an ai t to amend
an act entitled "mi act relaiiiir, to county and cliy
dehtu uml in prutidc tor Hie payment iliereot by
taxation iu -mil couiitie nhd cltlei' npiirowd Feb
ruary 1:1, sii, and to amend the title thereof."
approved and In Ion e April iT. 1st; : and In puru
mice ol an ordinance entitled "an ordinance pro
Wiling lor Hie liolillni; ol a pcelal election and -ub-of
ihe o,uetiou ol l- ui in; bond' uinlerthe
net therein named." approved June 5th. ls?s. a
special i leciliiii was lield In aid city ol Cairo on
the '.'7th day of J line. A. D. ls,.ubinittiiii: lolhe
U'L'al voter of said city the ipiertion of p"iiiiie new
bunds us hereinafter provided; uml uhereai. at "in h
election a majority ofthe voles ca-l were lor Usiiin
(he bond a i:i said ordinance and hcrciiuifT'-r aWo
specitled. Now. thcrforc iu pur-ii nice ot the .,ml
act and vote iiiithorl.ih Ihe i-liilii; of mod Lund-.
lie ll oiiliiliied lie ihecilv council of the citv of
SniTio.s 1. That under ninl in pursuance of the
act and vole al'orcfaiil. there liall lie issln d l said
city Two Hundred and Seventy Thouxand Dollars
of hew bonds. Which new homlxrdiuU i:oli"il of
140 bunds, numbered 1 1 1 1 lit. of ihe denomination
of fi'i each: do boiiiN iiu'iib-rcd 141 In :)MI. of Hie
denomination of s.'iio each ; -."m Immi. numbered .ill
to St", of the denomination of Hi each: and
bonds numbered .Ml to Tie. of the denomination u
$.) each, tnu'iiinu'a total of T Ml bonds, of the injure,
(ate uniount of j-.'Tii.iio, tieine about .VI per centum
of tlw um total of all the out -tullill bum!- pro
posed to be rciiri d. All of said new bonds to bear
date of Julv I. I""s. uml draw interest at the rule of
six per cel. turn per annum from date until paid,
both principal and Interest to lie pavahle at ihe
First National lln-ik of New York, in ihe Citv and
stain of New York. In r-i-iiii-.iiiiiu.il installment", on
the 1st days ol January and July of each year, alter
date of such bonds, mid ruiiuini 'hroiieh a period
ol 1111 1 year", it follows, lowit: Kiirht eiiial semi
annual Installments of 1 p-rcnt oflhe face of said
hol ds for and diirinif the ilrst four years; to eipial
seiulaniiual installments ol a per cent ofthe face of
alii bond- for and duriuvrtlie next li wars; uml one
final installment of the remainder of principal and
Interest ol said bonds at the end ol sulci i'.e, years;
each and all of sal. I Installment to be evidenced
bv roup. ins to be altaclteil to said bond, ami pay
able only upon presents.! ion and surrender of such
coupons; and said bonds to be also surrendered anil
dlsi haiL'ed upon payment of said coupons lor tlnal
SKe. a. The said bonds iu said first nei-tlnn
authorized shall be prcpnm! by and prmtcil under
Hi direction of the tliKtii, -- 1 1 1 m i 1 1 . i- of the city of
Cairo, shall Iheii be sikuc(l hv the mayor uud conn
tcrsijjned bv the clei K of said city, and the seal ot
said city altkcd thereto, and deli'veied over to said
Ski . S. Said finance committee shall receive and
t ike chai'ee of said bonds, so site il, executed und
delivered as aforesaid, and place the snuie for safe
keeplnu' and lor the purposes for which lsiied with
some respimsihle liaiikiue, house or tru-t company
within the slate of Illinois. Willi full poweranil au
thority to use and deliver said bonds as shall from
time to time be ordered by said lluauce committee,
for the purposes spcettied In said ordinance and
vote iil'ure.iilil. in nil; the sale thereof to raise
money to purcha-e or retire iinvor all leuul ont-tund
lii-jboiids of saidcily. or liietl'ei-nn cxrhun,'eor
I'uudiii'.' of such outstauiliiie bonds.
Skc. 4 Said new bonds, nor imv ol them, nor the
prm ds thereof, shall not be sold or used tor any
purpose w hat-oever other than for the purchase or
p-tiriui; of. or in exehunL'" for the leijul outstanding
bonds of s ild citv us aforesaid.
Approved Aul'U-I '.""h. HTS.
HENRY WINTER, .Minor City of Cairo.
J. It 1'IIII.I.IS. City Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. Si.
An ordinance aiin-udlni sections -in. J7 und S!S. of
chapter pi ol the revised ordinances :
lie it ordained by the city council of the city i t
SKcrtos 1. That suctions numbered 'ill. '.T ami '-2S
of chapter numbered luof Ihe revised ordinances he
iinieiideil so ns to herealter read as follows, to w It :
Sr.e. .1). It shall be unlawful lor any person In
fected with the small pox. yellow fever, cholera,
ship fever, or any other contagious. Infectious or
epidemic ill., -use', or who him lately been exposed to
any such diseases, or who has lately come Imni dis
tricts infected wltli imv such diseases to come Into,
or within live miles of till cily. and In the juris
diction nrthc Mute ol Illinois, without limine tlrst
obtained permission, so to do. from the board of
health; and It shall be unlawful for any owner,
iiiient, master, conductor, or other tej-sou, Inning
charueof any steamboat, ferryboat, liartfe, or oilier
means of conveyance to land or brim.', or ca.ise to
lie landed or broiiirht, into, or w Ithln live tulles of
this city, und In the jurisdiction of the stale of
Illinois, tiny person Infected with the small pox,
.vellow fever, cholera, ship fever, or any other con
tagious. Inleclluus or epidemic, disease', or who has
lately been exposed to anv such diseases, or who
has lately come nun districts Infected with any
such discuses, without havliiL' tlrst obtained perm is
slon from Hie board of health so to do: ami eveiy
person violating any of the provisions of this section
shall forfeit or pay to said city a tine or penalty of
of not more than live liuiidn d dollars, nor less llian
fitly dollars lor each and every utlciisc.
skc. '.'7. If, from lulormuiloii. or by other means,
either tlm mayor, city marshal, or any memlierof
the city council, or any police, constable designated
by the mayor for iUarsiitlne service, shall huvu cause
to suspect that any steamboat, ferryboat, bai'ire or
or other water emit. car. train or other means of
conveyance is about to laud or come Into, or has al
ready 'lauded or came Into the limits ol this city, or
within live miles thereof, ami In the Jurisdiction of
the State of Illinois, havlnc on board, or w hich has
lately hud ou board, liny person or frelu'lit Infected
w ith the miii til 1 pox. yellow fever, cholera, ship fever,
or any other contailoits, infectious or epidemic dis
ease, or whose piiHseiiifers or crew may have Intel v
been exposed loauy ot Iheiiforesald diseases, It shall
be his iliily to order mi examination In some respect
able physician; uml If, unon such examination, ll
should ha Ihe opinion of said physician that ll
would be inisale lor the inhabitants of said citv of
Cairo that such steumhoat, ferryboat. bari.'c, orol'her
water craft, car, train or other menus ol conveyance
be permitted lo unload or land Its pa-seiiL'ers.Vrew,
or cariio, he shall thereupon cause the subl sleum
boat. ferryboat. Iiarite or other walcr craft, car. train
or oilier means of coiiveviim o to remove to tlm ills
tunccof at least live tulles from the city, uml there
perforin quarantine before comlm tiito. or liuullnif
w ithin. Die limits of this city, for any number of
days not exceedlni; thlriy, Iu the opinion oflhe
physician may be necessary, And If any ua;eiit,
owier, muster, conductor, or other person luvliiu
charm' of any limit, ferryboat bnreii, or other water
craft, car, train, or other mentis of conveyance, shall
fall lo remove ll us herein directed he shall forfeit
uud pay a tine of not inure thiiu ttvu hundred dol
lars, nor less than II fly dollars.
Skc. !!S. If any owner, audit, master, conductor,
or other person, linvlnif charge of any steamboat,
ferryboat baru'e or nlher water erall. car. train or
other means of conveyance, at tlm timeol the In
quiry by such physician as nforesald, shall have on
board any person tnloctcil as aforesaid, and shall
know I ll illy and wilfully conceal the saine. ursbull
not make a true ninl Just discovery to the physician
of the sickly uml disordered stale of all anil every
person on board from Ihe time Ihe said steamboat,
ierryboal, hiirirc or other water criiO, car. train or
other melius of conveyance departed rroin the port
or lilace from whence it came, to the time of said In
1 u fry. and all particulars necessary for mild physi
cian to know respecllini the premises, such owner,
silent, master or conductor, or other person, shall
forfeit mid puv a fine of mil more than live hundred
dollars, nor (ess than fifty dollars, for each and ev
Approvsil Atlirast tftltli. 1H7H.
HUSKY WINTKlt, Mayor City of Cairo.
J. 11. 1'IIILLIH, C ity Clerk.
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Pint Bottles, with Directions.
23 CENTS PKlt MOTTLE.
In Cartoons, a v ith .Directions.
-27 CIS. EACH, OU WEIGHED Ol'T AT 10 CIS. PEK LI).
Chloride of Lime;
.Full Supply at
33 arel av
J ALLIDAY r.l.OTIIEliS,
GUAIX, KI.Ol'J. AND HAY.
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Trice Paid for Wheat.
Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse
General Commission Meri'liants,
Nos. lil and Cotiimer- I f ' . . ... . Trls
clal Avenue. ) ullllJl ILL.
IIIKHAL Advancements made onConignmciiU
j of Tobacco, Flour und (iraln.
TIM K-TA III.K.
Arrival uml DeHirturc of Trains.
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CAIUO AND VINCESN'ES ItAILKOAD.
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Through Express !i:i:.p.m. 10:ii u.tu.
Marphysboro Accummodallon.l'Jt.Vl p.m. 12:13 p. in,
Except Sunday, t Except Monday.
Treasurer ll! F. I'lirker.
Clerk-.!. II. I'hlllls.
Counselor vVnt. II. Ollbert.
Marshal C. D. After.
Attorney W. q. Mcliee.
I'ollcu Maglstrate-J. J. Illrd.
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First Ward Oeo. Yociim. Win. O'CHlluhiin.
Second Ward Wood Kltteiihuitsu, N. ILT'hlsllu
wnoil. Third Wurd-W. I'. Wrlifht. .lohn Wood.
Fourth Ward -Onirics o. Fuller, I). .1. Foley.
Filth Ward-T. W, llallldiiy, Chus. Lancaster.
County Otlli'crs. 5
C ult .Tinlite-l). . J. linker,
Circuit Clerk-.l. A. Ileeves.
County . I uiL'iH. S. Yorum.
Con lily Clerk S. J. Iliimm.
County Attorney W. C. Mulkey.
Coiiiiiy Treasurer A. J. Aldea.
Coroner 11, Fttin-era c.
County Cniniiiis.Miners ?, W, Uulllduy, M. V
Drown, 0co. YV, Summous.
"Bi-otl 1 ers
The foPnttill'.' UII:uluil'd pOods Mill lie (old n!
I'uldlc Am Hon to satisfy claims for Frel-l.t. St.-r-a','c.
Etc. on Whnrfboat" No. I und !! of the
llallldiiy and I'lillllps Whalboat Co., foot uf .Sixth,
street, Cuiio, Ills., ou
Thursday. Sept. 12, U!7I!,
Coiniiieiiriii!,' ut 10 O'clock A. SI.,
iiules sooner claimed and charges paid,
T. W. Dowdy. 1 box II. II. Goods', I hhl. Molafse.;
O. F. Williams, :! puck-iees Shinule Machine; L.
Sullivan, a boxes II. II, liooils, 1 Hide (inn; Nancy
'i'lmmons, 1 Sew ilix Machine; (i. W. Illlies. 1 I tea per
und Mower; S. M. .fc J. I. Ware. 1 box Hardware;
1'. X., I box Leaf Tobacco; J. It. Llnscnbiirij. 1 box:
Ilanklu i Co., Ii empty Cuddles; YV. M 1 package
Wardrobe; I', A Co., 1 paijiii;c L. tiluss; II. & Co.,
S Wood (.'hairs; While A Co.. 1 box S. Tobacco; V.
A. West, !i boxes Driltfs; A. W. Curr, 1 Hasket
Clothilie; ,1ns. C'rocki ll, 1 llox; .1. Llndsey, 1 Half
Ilurrel; C. M, l'owers, 1 Tall Chest; .lohn Hrown,
3 boxes llritndy; T. II. Sanders, S bundles Paper; II.
V. I'eurce, 1 box Sundries. 1 Ihjrrcl; K. lllchurdson,
I box Hardware; 1. A. Sti ff, 1 box Sundries; Tllloo
A Taylor, 1 ken Sodu; '... 1 box OlnssHiire; M. F,
I',, 4 boxes Liquors. 8 barrel- Liquors.; Mrs. K. II.
(Ilnsscock, 1 box 11. II. (loods; Onrvey, 1 chest
Tools; (1, II., 1 Hat Hack; .1, M 4 lied Halls; S. II.
4 lied Kails; H. !,., 4 lied Hulls; ,). It., 1 Sack Seed;
M. W 1 Standard for L, Olass; Mrs. T. Ilorre and
I.. Davis, 1 lot II, ll, Hoods; J, A. I'.. 1 limit saw;
Dan Robinson, Old Cnrrlut'c: John l'ollits, 1
Trunk. No Marks: Li boxes Sundries; 1 Cask Wine;
4 barrels .Molasses; 'i barrel Molasses; likens Horse
shoes; 1 bail Moats; S Tin Cans ; !1 handles Chair
St u IV; i Tool Chests; 4 Lounge Ends; ft Inn dies
lied Ends; 7 bundles lied Ends; 1 bundle lied
Slats; 1 kce, Molasses; I Juu Molusses; 3 liillides
Wiiu'iiii Hubs; i reams Paper; 1 Chair; I Ice Cream
Freezer; I Seed I'lunler; 1 bundle Humes; I Barber
Chnlr; I Sheet Iron Stove; I )mtf Cotton i 111 trunks
Hiindi'les; I bundle Wnxoii Spokes; 1 Stove Drum ;
II Looking Ulass; 11 ketfs Powder; 1 chest Clotlllll)t;
1 Common Stove; 1 bundle Otrvliiit; 3 Hulls lluu
kIiik; i) Plasterer' Trowels; I Imnille (Hasswure;
1 packaitc Check Helns; i dozen Washboards; 3
Flump's; I box (ietisltiKi'i UruTuol lloxes; t Cook
Store und Fixture,