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j""llT " BRYANT, M. 1.
VKHCK: i:ii:).tti niul Vhinst'jii Aveuii'-.
KESlUKSi'K:- Corwr Xiit. tei-uth ml Wi-hr
r 11. maim:n. m. d.,
HoimMtpathic Vhysiciuti and Surgeon.
fliT 1 Wi romnrrcUl sivn-.to. lt'-si'tence iorur
Ktmr i i tuli M. nml W:.liii",!iti avenue, ( iro.
U !!. SMITH, M. I).
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!!. P.. W. WJUTl.OC'K,
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lH'KU i: No. Il l Commerce! Awnue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
iFKJl'IA l I'AI'Kr.nK AI.KXAXH.Ml COtSTY.
OtiJy Moniins- iMily in Southern Illinois.
axmh;m KMl.N J.
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Wc wtborid "','t
TBtKTt.r.oo is camliCMR nr ;n- inn 1 .-in. ..1
W.i i iixu luiliortvd to RDWir.iK-)' licit "iin vi
lir.siiKieKsw'.ll h aciniili'lnu' t tli' i-o-un;: ty
l-cuoo for lh office of 'ity Attorney.
Via n: nuUiorueil to miniiu'irn iti'- lurre: of 1'. '.
Menu rjLudidatc for the offa-v of City Atiormy
M are utborlzt'd to mirouri'i On? niimi- of Al
mro 'oinii an a canrtidsto lor City Hcm-un-r nt
tfee clbbIui; city clittion.
H arc athori.'.ed to aniiinmri' ttif imme of 't -tk
L. BHiimit. a a camlidote for thi ofbco of City
"Jrai)nrer, at tho ensnirj; i-bnitiT election.
We trc ir.tborlzed to aniiounm thtt Slt!.l V.
Tjirhkh in acHuOiilHtr. nt th nain city ili'iti'iii.
for thv o?t".ce tf l ily Tr amircr.
KmRl!ci.ii!THi: l'luaim annoar.fe that I urn
raAd'ddti- lof ton ofllce of City TTi-aarcr, nt tin-
iiproft hlti.- city election,
W! an autbnrizcd to nononrft- thnt V. M. V.'aiui
i a cunil!dtf for the office of City TrenMin-r, nt tin-
p ciiiug city election
are milboriiiod to announce W. V. Srnri kkks
a car.ctid'itr for City Clerk at the appromhiii,'
We ari r.thorired to rnnounf ? l.ot ls I.. is
a a cauitidate. for tity Clerk lit the e iifUini; ina
We are authorized to aiuionnci- Jons K. I'iimi i
a tcundidatt! for r- election to the office of City
:rr al the apiiroachinR municipal tli-cllou.
Wcauthoriicd toannounrnthiit William II. lio k
'.a a caniildatii for (be office of t'itj ClcrW, aVlhe ei.
mins city election.
We are antbor'.wd to animiiiH'e that 1kni J.
Vmmx in a i'antUtnt!. at tiie- -on-jin city eli t mn
for the ottlce of City Clerk.
pOR .M.DKKM AX FIRST tVAKl)
MicHAri. J. IIo:.l.v in a candidate (or Aldernmii
for the Flmt ward.
IJ)F.KMAS- SE'.'()N1J WAIIIJ.
W an- authorl.eil to anmntn.-i- thnt . K. Wouk-
knoii a runilldalu for the otrl'-o of Alii'-.riiuiii from
lb- Second vs urd.
Emroii llVLi.f.TiN I'leon- Hraout.-e tin- n i umii-dikU-
for re-election to ill- poltion of Aldi rtnta in
Sccoud ward. wooit KinKMense. ;
We are are antli'irl.;d to Htinouii'-.o !iul P.svin I
T. laxruAii will In" a rKint'iWte nt Itn i nuiiic
tlt etuetion for the oftke of A'd' i-iiina fMin Sn e
YLDKHMAN Ti:iitl) WAIii.
We are mithorl.ed to annoi;r.. e iht ('m,. John
Wooo will In: a i-undlilme. it He einin; i tinii.
lor A'.dermm from the 'third Wkn!.
W' are autliorir' J tn nnnoiii"-!- li e i'i.ioe ef I il
ia m-r smith i! u fiiuliilutc for Alii Titian limn th" !
jLD K KM A S -r l f K i ll VVA ItU.
We nre authorized to utiLo ni lint Hvmi '. .'.
fiAJJJiiAN In a wodidat'. at lln- ei.;.,t. elo Itoli,
for Alderman from the Konrib wr.rd.
4 LUKRMAX -FIFTH WAKI).
We Are authorized to hii.ol ic t ii'io.".
i.fTKK a Hcandldute for reelniinn tu t..
of Alderman lor tho Fifth wi.-d.
Mos i Di hi r.. i
Oaiiio. 111., April 1. ISi!'. i
Tln-r. Iliim Wind. Vol. Weatln-r.
n-' a in srio-
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Mmonnm Ti-niiii future. Ti0
Uii itiiuni Ti m
i ir.ture, :;:; liuinfull, O.CW ln' h.
W. II. HAV.
Seru't Slftial Corus C. A.
T) havu a g-xrl time go to tin Hink
Mrs. (Jeo. W. Uiggii'S of O'ln-'end,
died, on Tuesday l'', "I p'.iiiuoti.ny eon- I be siirprii'-d to learn. Ilierefure, that In- gut
sumption. j drunk, ami getting drunk lie lost what lit-
-According to the treaburer's ii pint f,. j tie nime be had. and fondly brought up
March, the city Iiils on hand the very com- i i '"minp." police emit. .. put the en
fortahle sum of W,r.(!.',i:J. City order are ' 1,llv,i '" ''' ,'1"' wl'Kv. I"
thonouUnderitsof trr(..nl,;.eks. I d-,c,l i.Ciim ss, tilt! loss of his money, all
1 is "
-The entire f jrce at tin; Dux Factory, ,
unwed, uninfluenced; and aetiug from con
viction, is, we hear, united as one man in its
support of one of the c-iiniidates.
There whs a light fio-t ye- U nlay imnn
irg. Such is the tertimotiy, at least, of the
feJlowi who act ii'xm the "i m-iy bird" the
ory, ami get out nf bed before sun il-c.
The Custom tlmvt saWm bus some.
thing rather novel HMrnctive In the -iy
t Htciiery. .viooo eun lie see,, tiiroiM, j
them while in the ail of drinking. . x.-.jiC
u red ribbon man.
- -Thcro was ipiite a rally ol'i olm-ed voters
.... L 1.. .1 .
t Kelly's church, up town, Tuesday evi n
iug. Nearly ull the candidates were then;
tUe cleverest net of men the rolored voters
of that loculity ever met. Th hcltli of
everj negro womw tnd cLlld of that
neighborhood, was u matter of special in
quiry with every candidate present.
Skating ami ' tlnnrinr at th-' ''"!
- A reliable 14 1 1-1 who Umwslww to cook,
i wusii ami iron can obtain a permanent home
' at good wages, payable iuc.ish, weekly or
; monthly, a ilesin d, l.y : lp'.viV t
! Washington avenue, Mr. M. D- Harrell.
i fill. K. li. Watkins. of Mo.iinl city.
1 vjs iii ( air.). vest rhiv. Mi- lias 1101 cium-,
ly recovered from the etlV.-t- of tin fa!!'
V.nn his sleigh, last January th" injured j
arm t'A'.l i-i-fiNiii-'totieiloim its aeeiist tin-d
- - - - - - - - 4
I --While cutting the mat. rial for a buy
I top. the other day, Mr. f. I'. Walker cut
I his f.n--vr.- inns: hoi-king!v, !:iviir the ll-h
1 open to tin- hum'. Tin- flow of blooi
! eiioi mylis, and th- won id boili ul'.v
--Frank l.ari-y --a ipiii-i. .-tupid drunk,
was what wa tin- matter with him; and
Squire Kohiii-iiii s;.iii t ) the ofticcr, at the
eoncluMon of the trial, "thr- e d.iys in de
fault of 0111 dollar and eorls." And that's
wiiat bi'i-ann of Lae.y.
Jiidgi- It.vighi rty was in Cairo, yester
day, canvassing with, his fvkiuK who are
ipiite i.uni'ToiH hero as well as elsewhere.
The old gentleman is one of the best of
men, and is not without friends let him
where he may, in Southern Illinois.
lien TI)itlewood's livery and feed
stable will, asxion as- a fi-w more furnish
in "s arrive, be one of the tMiiipb test and
bii - t sniinlied establishments of '.he kind in
... ,.,,,,1 ,.,r.
Ull w (HI.U I liuuil . ni- -iinriii"i.ii.v
ness, with vehicles and animals to match
will forma turn-out fit for royalty itself.
Iuneand Devore, jointly butnotscTeral
ly are aged KH years. The former distinct
ly recollects the illumination that followed
the peace of 1815; and neither one of them
has forgotten how to get dow n us much side
walk in a day as "any other man," old, middle-aged
The Rev. Mr. Deurschncr, of the Lu
theran church, of this city, having ffciled to
derive the benefits anticipated from the
ocean breezes, hvft thn New Kngland sea
coast, and is now in Galveston. Texas, lie
will remain in Texas until the advent of hot
weather, and then return to Cairo.
Mr. Hawkins, having completed his
work upon the llalliday buildings in Co
lumbus, that were drawn back from the
danger of tumbling hanks, is again ''at
home" to all who may wish to see him.
The Columbus banks are about as bad upon
the "tumble" as were the wild-cat banks of
If?.") 7 so to speak.
Tin- County Clerk's dissertation mi
county affairs, must be accepted this morn
ing, in lieu of alxiut two columns of local
matter. It will In: found an excellent sub
stitute, however, especially to those whose
names arc mentioned in connection with a
handsome allowance. We give the. story
complete, in this number.
Collector Hodges do.-n't want to be
considered iinpo'tunate; but be says that if
tlm people of Cairo don't wake up soon toa
knowledge of the fact that their ta.v.'s are
.ed must be paid, he will be coin- i
1 . :
I'clled to use a little Vl-uI coercion.
little loual coercion, lie ;
mi always be fin nd at his olliee in Cairo, .. ,, . ,. ....
I billow mu' notice ot the iK.easum, i xne--and
wiints thi: tavpavei-In cfiiiiiiience find- . .. .. . .
1 , sivi ol on" si.'iitinients exactly, in .-o t;.r .is ,:
in : hint, right away. ! . , . . , '..-
- Capt. l'.iv.'iin. the woieh ifiil swimmer,
w'.il, it is now initlioritniivi ly aniionnced.
coiiiplete his thousand mile sw im in the wa
ll ts of the Ohio, at l.tlU p. m. f-iturday.
I he Id'.ewilil ami Lav-. s, Mt nislimg room
for ".,1100 cxcurslntdst-, will meet lb" Cap-
tain .-'-vera! miles hove tin- ciiv. mm tseort
him to the landing. His tiiarvi-lous eip'.atie
pe'foi malices will tube plnn- alon:; aide the
boat. Jspi'ei.il trains will be run on all tin-
rii!iondu, and we may leasmuihly look for an
inilllel.se crowd i.f people. Si.e advertise
ment. When Alderman Foley's psi-naiion
W.is read to the City Council, it was object
ed tiiat it wes now too hit- to irive notice to
supply Hie VllClltlcy at t'leelerlion In be held
on the lOili instant, and that Mr. Foley's
reslgimtio.i ought not to b- in eepled. tlier'!-
fore, until tin election of bi mh i nr was
provided for. L'po'i the .statement of one
of the Ahleiiiian that Mr. F. would leave
the city, under contingencies thr.t would
be detcriiiim d by the pending election, the
resignation wn nceepted to t ike elli-ct at
-An iiiuividual named John O'l'rien
ft nie to t'liiro fi' mi h'u ii-.'o. No one will
iijioii (Jaiio. It whs th- - t town he had
ever Kern, and if the the sijttii'e would give
him ft half n 'M.-.v" he'd get out of it. He
' was lined .fl and costs, and the stpiir" re
l gat-ding even tin.- prosp, ctof getting rid of
; such a character v,nrl innri' limn twiee ijt't,
'; gran ted thn coveted "!:," with much
The dead i'nr that llonted into Fil'iuoi-i'
City landing, Monday eeiiing. was the inf.
e-l iii'ins'.erol'thc kind ever eu in this
,.,m.J(i j, Htt, W.VI. f,.(.t ; rh.l( m(
m,,isutvl ..even imhes between th- eyis
, j, W(m)l h ,v ),,, ,,1nvn llk)iir, ni,
M Mi-.l of Its ,kiu, but for the 'ri that i;
wii' in mi advanced slue of decomposition,
Sincu it is now web known that the Mit"t
of the Miisi-iippi a'o Infested with these
voraciouH and aiwcrful creatures, it would
bo welt for bkthcrs to n-niblii our sliorc.
THE DAILY i'AH.0 M'LLKTIX:
'Mir gar in 'tin "" could Imve snapped a
man's le" oil or a bys ltly in two without
hiiv special dibit, or could have drawn the
man beneath the lister and devoured him at
h isiiic , Tlie.-pii imen in ii'ii-stimi belong-
ed to tin; species known as the nligator gar.
ami it is no! improbable that -ome of them
grow to tin- l'iigt!i of ten I'-i-t. The I my
who wa drawn uudir tho water at the
iiMiuh ut the Meir;mae. hist Mimmer. and
., , ,-,
the 1 kv who was drawn down while swim-
. : . . . r 1
liutigm tin- riM r near 1 ape uiianii an, io
or 1 'live years ;igo both of tliem M-reamiDg
ti.at siiinelhing had hold of them had no 1
ii'iulit Ix-i-n si iud bv monster gars,
- The genius who makes the g,,,-,, nv,. j
louchaiis const'-ueted a very sliap.lv man.
of straw, on Tuesday, nml adjustiie,' a ll.ip
: 1. :t . 1 1 ......... 1 1 .1... .
,, 01 us am..s, sum-.. ,, mh.mi j
,.,..m ...u.-...,. 1... j ,-0l,.Mllim :(1-;ml(,ll( lh Thirtcei.th
distillery. It w-as expreted it would l-hlr,t(;r;U,lllUll.S(.i,0,ll: U-(,M,!slay fore
seen by somebody who had heard ol T-.jto... h r,Kw l;l.1t ,,v Mi,s Waib. idge,
and tl eat the town would .strath I why be I ... ., ... .,, . , ... v ,,,
" Missl-oss, Miss ( luisty and Mr. Nott;
humbugged into the notion that the atptatic ... , , ,, .,' . . ,.,
1 ediii'sdav r.tlcrnoon, the ronin-i tau-'lit by
. .. . 1 : - u ..11.. . 1 ... 1 . . ... . 1 I
pro iigy was re;uiy uc llano. ,s an
Fools' day sell, it was a good one: and the
author of it took a position where he could
safdy watch results. Tin; "dummy" floated
along all light; but when it had reached
the point front whence the "genius" expect
ed to hear the shout go up 'T.nytoii is coin
ing," the reader on well imagine w hat his
indignation was when in; saw a lone w-irro
man shoot out into the Ohio, pull the dum
my into his skitl", and row it ashore! Two
minutes later, the flags held by the straw
iloy'.on were- in the hands of yi-lpiug neuro
children, and the "duds" of the ctligy were
stowed nvav in a rag bag. That lone no
gro man ouvtht to be "Uiri-d for the sim
ples." Having heard a number of citizens
express a desire to testily their spinpathy for
tin- Sisterof Loretto.in a substantial manner
we suggested, yesterday, that a committee
be disignated to w ait on our citizens gener
ally. We have now to say that as a result of
a conference in which a number of our citi
zens participated the following named yen
tlenien were constituted that committee:
Hie-hard Fitzgerald, Patrick Pureell, Charles
II. Stuart, Frank llealy and William Loner
gan. .Vs we have Ik fore remaiked, the ln?s
of the Loretto Academy building iseoiisiii
eicd a public damnify. While
the movement now inaugu
rated i.s not expected to provide funds
to rebuild the building-, it will aid at least,
in re-establishing the school on the best
possible basis under existing circuni.'taui-it-;
and it will also serve to iiisure the Sisters in
charge that they hare the hearty sympathy
and good will of our people. When the
committee shall have completed its labors,
the names of the contributors and the
amount of their respective contributions
will be published iu Tiik. lit i i.ktin. The
committee will, we presume, enter upon
a discharge of the duty imposed upon it.
within a few days. Meanwhile we hope
that such of our citicns as tiro in a condi
tion to give at all, will makeup their minds
to re-pond to the e ill w ith their character
We were '.bjci ting ourselves to an ot-
I : 1 1 of scll'-i-i tirnnf fur miiitlimr liii-ntliili of
,, ... . , . ."' , ...
tie examination concluded I uesdav altei -
. . , .,
noon in .Miss 1 loiiiiison k i-iuiiii. wni'ii t he
.1 'lis linn inu , ii.ll.li ill .'1 ins, -. i i 1 1 1 1 1 J
-on and M.-Kee, as teaclu-rsi w as j 1 : i. I in
our hand., with u request to please publish.
We "please," of course, and would h.iv
other patrons of the school imitate -.IV
j ,.xampirs ,m,i vl, f Uio merits and
j ,.,.,M.S ( ,,1),, .,. teachers:
i Mr. Kditor
It was my happy priilege Tuesday, to
visit the grammar department of the Tliir-
teenth i-lrcct si-IuhiI, taught by thosi
tried, f.iithfu! and illicient ti achers, Mis.-i
Thompson and Mclvee.
Miss Thiiinpson with rare ease ami grace, 1 atuouiti elainu.-d for extra servici s, iiilowed,
and the inborn kindness, tlioiighlfulm-s On this day comes Sam'l (,'lutts, who
and M'lf-1'orgetl'ulness so unmistakably tin- ' heretofore was allowed the sum of live dol
attiilmtes of the real lady, gave everyone hn-s per month for furiiishiiiir i-ovislons
the "at houiev feeling, so iiceissiiy to ' jiiid taking cure of Ann and Nam y Ciutt-.
uiuke one thorou-hly enjoy a public i xain -! and represents to this board that said
inalion; wide Mi-s MclCte wfth j n i t. innoiinl is not sullieient to furnish them
dignified manner-., moved :iiinind ainong-t j with the actual necessnrii s of life, he there-
visitors and pupils, doing at all lime-, that
which best promoted the comfort and In p
piness of hII.
The exercises were the regular cM iy-iiny
Work o' the pupils, and displayed tie
thorough training and perfect system I'm
which that loom is celebrated. It struck
me us it pluisiiui fi-Hturt of tin; exaini.ia-; tln n tjkeii up, after which the board ad
tion, that it wiih entirely free IVum anything journed until tu inoirow morning at H
like display, leaving inure time for visitors o'clock.
to see the well-trodden -lomid over I SA'lt ltMY .MOHNIMI,
which the children ii;,d passed' H o'clock March 'v'9, ISTfl.
As I sat ihere during the tiny, listening t ' The hoard met pursuant to adjournment,
the pupils glibly and aeeuiiiteiy answering t Tims W. Halliday, omimissioner and
((Uesiions in arithmetic ie,- iay in fine- ( chairman, appeared and took Ins seat.
tions) that made my head swini, if I The following iiuined pernon. were se
(.yen (itteinpted to follow tln ni; ii.nig the ' lected, and on irml ion. they hereby arc up-
psit nation, resources and g hei al 'iry of
all lint earth, wiihlhe rcudiiicv of tnividei , May ti;rm. is, II, of the Alexander county
who had gone over the ground In person; .Circuit Court, viz:
or liciit'il lle'tn lead in the iiilini:i,,,i num. j Pir-t Cairo Pivcim-r. M. .1. How Icy,
nrr taught, by Mi-s Thump wondered Pi fer s.mp; Second Cairn precinct, (.'. N.
if llxy reali.cd how fortuiKit,. ;,v Wl,,.(, to j Hugh--, Thos. Winter; Third Cairo pre
have Mich competent leaeln-i--, ;il unl.).st j cinct, N. A. Ilevore, Chas. W. Wheeler;
envied them their gloriiim o;iiornuiitii'S. I Foutth Cairo precinct, H. Fitzgeiald, Jus.
Though the room was t:.,,,,,! vjrt. I Sum rwell; Flf,h Cairo precinct, Jus. Car-itoi-s,
the inti rest felt by all iteiise, i foil, J. T. Thomas; Ooo-ie Island, Jim,
that there wa iioiie of the n .',.m,kS und j Walker. O. (Jieciiley: Tliehes, (I. W. Sam-
iinputieiiee usually noiiivahi,. ; lin llU,.
i nee, unl :i spirit of kiiuhn'.s
good hutnor seemed tn perva li. tlm rmiin
The closing exercise of thl ,,(.WHlt ttml
lintfiictivu day, wa the reading of an ex
quLsito poem by MattU Lofliu, thu beauty of
the poem being enhanced by the tender
pathos with which it was read. At live
o'clock tho crowd dispersed, ft.-clijic t)iat
the day J,.,, n,)t been lng enough, many
saying wlint I have so often thotHit:
"What should w e do without Miss Thonin
son and Miss Mclvee?" J.
It 1 the only medicine I would give to
! m- U'llio ii .....lt...H ....M , . . ...1. : ... .. I-
. ' 1 "
lu!l s Haiiv Syiup. At a 1 rug s ores, .'.
SCHOOL KXAMI NATIONS.
The annual examination of the Cairo
j public schools will take place this week in
in tiie tiMlowingoriler: Monday lorenoon,
nMjm, .-,,, .
t:(,,,lt Mrv ,,;,,. ,, M;,s
i'iley ; Tuesday forenoon, the rooms taught
liV ss V(.( .iU( Mis.s j.ollin; Tuesday
.Miss llogan, M'ws Arm-lrnitg and Miss
Ford; Thursday I'oicnoon and ai'; rnoon,
Mr. Xcw-otnc's room, nml Tht'.r.-day and
Friday, tin- High School.
'I'he examination w iil be public and a
large attendance of the patrons mid friends
of the school- is desired.
(i. (i. At.voitu, Supt.
COI NTV ('OMMISSplNI-MJs7 COl'IIT.
H UH li TI.ItM 19.
Sta'i r. or I i.i.i sots i
Ai.i.xamu.i; Coi m v. ' ' '
llegular s..-.-iiin of the Hoard of County
ConiniissioiHTs ot Alexander county bi.euu
and held at the court house in the city of
Cairo, said county and State, on Monday
the :;, day of March. 1 81 r.
Present, Martin Jhown. Sam'l. Iliiley
eoiumissiiini'is-. S.un'l. J. lluinie, cierk.
In the absi nce of Chairman Thus. W.
Halliday. Martin Drown was on motion,
elected chairman pro tent.
The hoard thereupon, proceeded to the
examination of sundry claims against the
county, which occupied the ballancc of the
day, and pending w hich tho board adjourn
ed until to-morrow morning r-.t S o'clock.
Ti l SI)AV MollNlMi,
H o'clock, March 4, 1ST!!.
The Imard met pursuant to adjournment,
same members present.
Commissioner Drown, who heretofore was
instructed to examine the bridge over Sex
ton's creek on the L'llin anil Cape Girardeau
road, rind to contract for repairs on the same,
reports said bridge not worth repairing
neither is there any use for a bridge at said
point. Whereupon, on motion tho p-port
of said commissioner was concurred in and
said bridge abandoned. Commissioner
Driley rejKtrts the bridge oyer Cam-y
creek, on the l'llin and Thebes road as
badly nut of repair and dangerous.
Whereupon s:id IJiiley was instructed to
contract for lumber and spikes and have
the road supervisor of said tiistiii.t repair
the same, sai I repairs to be done at tin:
least possible expense to the county.
The report of Hansom Thompson, ju-tice
of the peace, of an iii'ptest held on the
bmiy of Hannah Murray, was examined
The board t'iercuii proceeded to the
evtmiuation of claims n';ain-t the count
p-ndliig which it adjourned until Friday
tic ','1 -t iii-l , and by agie'iuent on account
of the lie lilbcls t 'it being ab'.e to be lieje
! oil that dale, the adjournment stands m r
! until Friday the '.'nth.
' Fkidav, March ,'s, y',u.
! The board met pursuant t) adjournment.
! Present. Commissioner Drown mid Driiey.
M irlin Diown chaitiuan pro teni, in the
1 The report of John Hcims, s::perviso:-of
' road district No. IT for the yearlTt1, was
pre'ciiteil, t-xaminei!, and on motion up
1 priced, mid the sum of iil.tin being the
upon petitions this hoard fur an increase of
said amount. And the hoard, after being
fully advised therein, six dollars per month
was.oii Uinlion, allowed to the said Sam'l
Cltitts for that purpose.
The examination of claims and other
bir-ini'ss connected with county affairs was
! pointed to sene as i irand Jurors for the
i nioiis, Andrew (,'lutls; HnJewood, J. 1
Sa.'kbelt. Leroy Thoimis; beech Hidgo pic
liiiet, Wm. Xowotnev; Luke Miliigan pre
cinct, 11. Ilunsiielcri Sautu 'e. precinct,
Alex. Ireland; K'ist Cane ( liturdeau pre
cinct, W. U. Kendall i Clear Creek precinct,
APRIL a, 1870.
Sam!, ('lutts; Sarultiskey precinct, P, Sulli
van; Unity, Jacob Higgle.
The bill of J. M. Howies for hauling
Frank Jones, a pauper, from Hodges Purk
to Thebes, r.mounting to $3, was on motion
rejected, the sain., being done withoiu any
authority from the iversecr ol the poor, or
either of the County Commissioners.
The grocery bonds of James 11. Mttlca
hey, 1). F, Curtis toid 15. F. Wiibourn. were
presented and approved.
The report if John Hardin, supervisor of
road district No. 0, was presented, ex- j
aminod, and on motion approved, and hib
bill accompanying said report amounting I
to $10 for extra so, vices, allowed. j
Keporfs of ;r. Win. Wood, overseer of
the poor, and ol ('..,-.. a. Drown, of the
poor farm, pres-nted, and on motion ap
proved. The ivpoit of K. Fiigeniid, coroner, of
an inii'icst in-ld on the body of Carter New
man, was presented and approval.
For all eluimcs allowed at this session of
th'.-board the eoiui'.y ch rk is hereby in
structed to draw w urunts on the treasurer
of this county against the revenue ol the
year Saul warrants rtro payable out
of tie- funds i spivh-.llv appropriated for
such putiioses. to wit :
on Acoi .sror t.i.i.i i kns.
Denni- Sullivan, two days registering
at last election if (in
Salmon Ilszelwood, twod-: s register
ing at hist election 4 On
J. AV. Uenl'to. twoikys registering at
last election.' no
J. D. S. Ilargis, two iluys registering
at last election 0d
Sam!. Hargr.ive, tv.n days regi.-t-ring
at last election '. .1 on
lb-nry Dunning, U.o day-registering
at last election . on
fames Carroll, two days registering at
last election . . 4 00
o Aran nt or ( iiiccit ( ori:T.
James M. Craig, two days bailiff at
la-t January term f ;i 00
C. M. BcrmMieh!. I day bailiff at
last January term 2 .V)
Richard Taylor, Mi days bailiff at
last January term 54 no
Chfls. Mehner, 18 bailiff it last Jan-
tmrv term L'T 00
W. 1L Schuttcr, 3t5 dayi bailiff Ht
last January term 54 00
Jno. (iladney, 8 days bailiff at last
January term. . .' 12 00
Thos. T. Hargis, 4 days Uiliff at last
January term 10 00
W. W. Wooten, 4 days bnliff at h
January term t; 00
TrabeArtcria days bailiff t last
January term H on
OS XWKT OK COOTY C.ILKT.
K. S. Yocum, one 'luarter's salary
as eonnty judge isn on
( '.' ACCOl.NT OI-' hlT'I.EI.STKNDKXT (V
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, 10 days 40 00
ON ACCOUNT OK KKI.S Alt) SAI.AKIKS.
Saml. J. Huinm, making cjllector's
IwHiks for lb78 $'01 M
Saml. J. Humm, A month's official
tees hi I ,.,
Sand. I. Humm, 2J( days clerk of
county aud coininissiotieiV court
to date H'j on
ON ACCOUNT 01 hTA I loNAKV NtlKtn..
Cain City Coul Co., '22 ton of coal $ V 50
Cairo Hulletin Co.. blanks for Sle-ritl
and cnvi:loii.-s for circit clerk .... 4;i ()
A. W. Pyatt &, Co.. recorl f.t d bar
docket for circuit clerk it; 75
P. C S:huh letter paper etc 4 in
OS A' aiCST OK K').'.Is AM) Mt.'lu.rs. I
John Hardin, road s ipei vi.sor as per
report in on
John Heams road stipi-:isor a- per
John II. Foster fani'sii'iM, rai - and
building fence a' vr oontr. ct . . . . .7 00
Mrs. K. Yates f iraishing r.i:b and
building fence as per contract . . 2' 00
M. J. Ilyan I.uuiber uml spisrs lie-
roads and bridg s '.':,
on Amirs r ok nicriMi i mvusn:-,
John 1 lodges :J luontl'.s to .M:i:i!i ls-.i no
on ac;oi,nt or t'.'.t ri r;s.
(Jcurge P.. Sargent, provi-i-tis fur
Hannah Lee to February '.'"li: ... 5 i
Sisters of the Holy Cross, hill -o
March 1st as per report ', Oil
C. O. Patler iV. Co., md-e. f ir.iM.' ii
pauper- us per orders to Mar!. 1st .".o
Mr. Pytii'-s uking cure of I:;;; lie;
Cininiiighaiii U iu.). to Mch. 1st . . . :Ii 50
Sam'l t.' I'itt-. provisions for Am. ;.mi
Nancy Chub, ti inc., to April '....-if "o no
C. A. M:i:-childon.irovisions lb- jr.
pers .'! i.io. tu Man-li 1 2 15
L. S. Marshall, 5 i.-ollins lb;-pauper. 15 0i
D. F. Drow n h Dro., cash eNpMnli.'d
and provisions- to paujiers 10 05
Dr. J. A. M. (iibhs, 1 ((rs. nii'dind
atteii'J'ince and overseer of the
poor as per contr.ict , . , , 50 00
Tho-. A. Drown, maintaining pau
pers at poor farci, as pel re; 101:
to March 1 22 10
John 11. Park, for burial etc. of pau
pers 5 Oil
C. W. Wheeler A Co, wood find
coal for paujiers to March 1..., )2 75
Dr. W. Wood, cash ami medicim s
furni'.iie l p'tupers i;nd I ,(rs. s: 1
nry usiiver-ecr of the ooor a- per
report 15 nm. to March I '222
Y. D. (Jarner, for tf,king can; of
Sarah J. Kindle, a pauper, from
June "J.T to July 5. 1S7S, ijlil in
lieu of his bill of W for said
"erviecs 1:1 ni
Tims. A. Drown, for furnishing , of.
tin tor pauper and hatiling'"'pie..
per to poor house
ON ACl-OCNT OK CO.MIM.KM tf.Ml.
Lancaster A Dice, lumber for iun-
lyjnil 01, ;7
i.iix'trar iv 1. -iiMien. for leoal servi-
ccs in nen:ur oj tin-county
C. Lame, shelving, ;n t.,rtUlfv
Cairo City Has Co., g, ' r,')r" ';; Vn',.".
to Meh. 1st
H. A. lldmundsoti ont iiallot .
Wm. Irehmd twi) o
P. V'. W::rreii stove pipe aud labor
John Hodges imbe, for court linu-"
S. ). Huiiime,'.pre..s charges, stamps
''le.. for.'J in,,, to Meh. 1st
Ciiro Dulletin (',).. puhlishirig pf-
'''''"lings ami printing briefs fo
j v,n. Miln.-Vt "liiiitMrvi. for jaJI . -
Hatch l.lthoe-ratihle Co.. forcngrav-
ini,' and printing eonnty bonds. . 1 :)0 00
Hus Lutimier for cutting out '-'vv
Hll, on account ,-,J u0
tlrwn X Gillrcrtouo qrs. salary as
eotmty Httormtys and pens' s.. . $2E0 75
P. Curciii-iiii for hauling cinders to
court liou- :i:l 10 in lien of his 1
bill for $4:J 85 Ik! 10
Denl. Kelley fa making gate for
court house and 5 days v.o; k 011
court Iioumi: llnor, tiiu'l ot'e-r n:
pairs the miii; (,f $, (, ;;o in place
of his bill for $'.! til) 2l !J0
ibuiso'ii Thompsoii for hohliiig in-
piest on Hannah Mu'tmv, mid
burial ' jij in)
K. Fit.geruld for holding iiiipiesi on
Carter Newman qi)
And to th" following named pi. ius
who served as coroners jury tint
sumofone dollar each, vi: Total VI 00
S. Marchihlon, C. Dradshaw. ti. P. dar
ner, ('has. Mason, Thos, ;;in,.r, John Ham,
Hugh Ci-iiin, Win. pepp, .i, . Dollmaii,
1 olden Culley, .las. Sum-rwell, H, ..
Harrell, Louis IVttit, o. C. I'ord. O. A.
Osboin, lldward .lone-. .loi.n Kees, (', A,
Murdoek, John (uinn, 1!. Wa'sh, .las.
Kynaston. P. Kennedy, Jas. j". Allen. )
ON ,M ( l)IM- III I'l l; lill.M, 1
Martin Drown, coinmi.-isioiie:, 1 days
and mileage " ,il T
Sam'l Driiey, cominissioiu i-, day., 1
and mileage ' t ; (,(
Thos. W. Halliday, ComiilL-slijIHT,
1 day " ;; (e)
Where11in.il, on motion the ion;.i ai,'.
journed sine die.
Sun ki. .1. Hi mm, Ch. k.
llvt uvuiinv that has been at the Comiip:.
this week says it is tiie best yet givn it;
the way of novelties. Tin- charming Cory
sisters an- big cards, and Mi's Ada won th
hearts of all pr- sent by her siniti of -Old
(irimes' Ci-ilar Duo'." Ttie Lvan" in their
different tu ts are splendid.
"OH ! WHAT HAT!"
Put it aside then, and eall on .M ji.
the niiMy known Hatter and Clothii ;, and
.et one of his stylish D-oadttay Silk Hats,
manufactured to order. II" m n;
man in the city who is su;ipii. d witii a
confonnitor. He i an take your lie ;i-ure,
and in short order supply you with a nicely
l!i.!.. ..I'll . .t
u:ui:g, stviisn nut, at a four so tow licit j
will surpriM; you.
NU AUVHiTlSKUl Ms.
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trairil Cltv (in. Cntrtiinr fur llu. . I... f !m,i ..t 11,,
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