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THE DAILY CAIKO 15ULL1UHM SUAUAY MOltMKU. AITJL 27. 1870.
J U. BIIYAXT, M. D.
OFFICE: Etul-tli and W"ahltis:tun Avenue.
RESIDENCE : Corner Slm-twut'j and W-U-In
H. MAllEAX, M. I).,
Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon.
OlKce !5t Oowcu-rcU'. av. tmo. !:!i!.H(t htut
Fonruratlist. ud Wiuai'.eeou ave'Xc. C aim.
It. SMITH, M. P.
OlBfu and EeshUlirt :
NO. 21 THir.TEENTI! sTi'.KKT. CAIUQ. ILL.
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THOMAS LEWIS. Swre.ary.
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GENERAL DELIVEItt open .:;!) a.m.; closes
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Money Order Department opeu at 9 a. n.: close
at 6 d. m.
Throii.'h Exprei Msl! via HIliioln OatruUiid
Mli!lppl Central Uallroud"' close at li::W p. m.
Cairo und Poplar Rlull' TUrouija uud Way Mail
ciose ai iuiso p. m.
Way .Mall via Ullnolii Central. Cairo and Yin
fennm and MIsn.Mlppl Central ltallroails close at
Way .Vail for Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morninsr Daily in Southern Illinois
pOU ALDERMAN FOURTH WARD.
Wonri' authorized to announce L. S. M.niiAi.L
a oauilliUto for Aielencui In tliu Fouria ward to
till tin- vacancy occa'loued liy t!ic nl.'aaliou of
Alderinitu Kolev. Election to lie !i,'!d lit!; of May.
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION.
The Doiuomtic voturj of Alesaiulor
County, urc rociUL'stud to ncct at the Court
House, in Cairo, Saturday, May S1, ISTCi, at
two o'clock p. M., to select delegates to the
Democratic C'onvtut'.nn, to be lield at Cairo
May Gth, to nominate canJiilates for Cir
cuit Jmliff.'. Let there be a full atu-nilaiiee
from all parts of the county.
I). F. r.r.MiE.
Secretary Alexander Couuty Democratic
Cairo. Ill,, April 27. lid.
Time. liar. Thcr, Hum Wind. Vl. Weather.
Muxlmum Te:n;ier.ifir. 71 5; Minimum Teui
,1)erutw, til 9; P.altiLiU.U.O Incb
W. II RAY.
Seri't Signal Cort'. U. 8. A.
Mrs. C.X. Hughes left by the mrnjni
ficent (.Sreenrille lust iiinlit, on a vinitto
Capt. J. P. Lamb, a Chicago commis
sion merchant, is lvinij quite sick at the
George Smith wa naturalized October
1st, 194, ami not 1?74, us the types made
us say yesterday.
Agents CO wanted to canraxs South
era Ilinois for a flr.4t-c!a life insurance
company, Address by letter "C" this ollice.
Mrs. Kulculy, luotber of Major 8. 0.
Lewis, of Villa Uidge, and nu old resident
ef PuloaWi county, is in the city, visiting
Mrs. Dr. Arter.
Geo. E. O'llara'n magnificent gray mar
ble, silver-mounted soda fountain the
liandsomwt in tlie city will be put in its
place in a few days.
Mr. Frank Van Dorn fonuorly with
C. R. Woodwared, in now Hctinj as deputy
to Mr John. Reeve, circuit clerk n position
Sot which bo seems well adapted,
Messrs. C. W. Wheeler &, Co.. have con
tracted with the Cairo City Can company to
hawlall tlio company's coal from the flats
in the river to the coal shed near the gas
Louse. TlW9 lft greater lenjrtli of plank wulk
la courac of the construction and repair, at
tbU tirao, thia over beforu durln;; the past
tlx roan. , New lumber can bu seen slrowu
long the street si do all about tlm city.
A well-known and popular young mo
' chaalcof thoftnirth ward has arranged ti
talc onto himself to wife, a handsome and
jwccunpllshod youeg lady, who in'ki a rest
dent of flie Fourth ward. The ceremonies
will be celebrated in t. Patrick's Catholic
church when the time comes.
The excursion on the Ste Genevieve,
Tuesday evening, will call out the largest
number of Cairo people thanhave participat
ed iu a like affair for years.
Mr. Cliarie's G. Vaupel.the live business
iiye-it f Louis Pomeroy's Xew York com
pany, called on Tur r.n.LLTis yesterday.
Hfisnrrangiui: the preliminaries for the
reception of the company that opens Wed
i.eJ:;y next for lour nights and u matinee.
The Tenth street pump is undergoing
repairs again. These public pumps are a
c:v:it convenience to draymen and team
st.rs, hut the expense attending their main
teiiauoe is enormous. The annual repairs
nV'f.t ei;ua! the original cost of the well,
pump and all.
Dennis Cody, one of the oldest and
best railroad builders and repairers of the
country, was in Cairo yesterday, and re
ceived a right cordial greeting from bis old
friends here. For a period of about a quar
ter of a century Cody was closely connected
with railroad enterprises of Southern Illi
nois. Prof, Charly Hardy's ' dancing acad
emy is a pronounced success. His Saturday's
re-unions, when the lady and gentlemen
classes are brought together, are very pleas
ant indeed, and are nwnys anticipated with
pleasure. The pupils, boys and girls, men
and women alike, are making highly sat
About a year ago au ordinance was
passed providing for the construction of
wide, spacious cross-walks. Citizens held
the ordinance iu the light of "a good thing,"
and have marveled somewhat that no at
tention is paid to it whatever. It was a
necessary measure, and should have control
led in the building of every crosswalk put
down since then; but it didn't. And why?
The Metropolis Democrat, under the
editorial management of Mr. Trousdale,
has been improved in every way. Its edito
rials have the ring of truo Democratic
metal, and the news and local departments
betray cure and industry. The Democrats
of Massac county .owe it to themselves and
their party to bestow upon the Democrat a
1 lie Winter administration will come
to an end on Tuesday evening the 20th
The old council will then convene, close
up its business, npprove the bonds of the
new officers, and then step down and out
The new council, under the new Mayor
will convene the Tuesday following, that
being the time fixed bv ordinance for the
regular monthly meeting.
A chap named Henry Deiry who pro
bably lies when he says his home is Mound
City, is in durance vile, in Paducuh for steal
ing a satchel Mid selling its contents to
Pauucah negroes. He stole the satchel
from a Paducah boarding house, and as the
property stolen is worth $10 or !?.j0, Mr.
Defry will probably make a five-year stay
At the second meeting of the colored
emigrant aid society Friday night, the
sum of twenty-seven dollars was raised dur
ing the meeting. A committee to canvass
the city was appointed, and that committee
wasat work iu the line of duty yesterday.
The object in view is one towards the nt
taiment of which everybody should con
According to t'.ie '"Spectator Insurance
Ch u t" and "Slater's Insurance C'lihrt," just
U-ued, the assets of the Equitable Sife As
surance Society of Xew York show a larger
increase during the year in actual amount
thau is the case with any of the other lead
ing companies reporting to the Xew York
Insurance Department. The average in
crease of the other IS companies taken to
gether, is 2.2 per cent.; that of the Equit
able is 7.2.") per cent.
Mr. John Cheek, of Villa Ridge, in
Cairo yesterday, says the strawberry crop
promises very well, but will be unusually
late. Last year shipments of the berry
were made from Villa Ridge on the 22d
day ot April, and alter that date, right
straight along. But the first shipment this
year will not be made before the 15th of
May. The season u unusually backward
iu every respect; but is correspondingly
backward in the north.
It is a fact worth mentioning that every
member of tho present police force remain
ed In Cairo, and co-operated with the mayor
ull hut summer and full, through all the
dangers arut horrors of the epidemic-, and
the fact that the homes of the three thou
sand people who were out of the city were
carefully watched and protected from the
visit of burglars and incendiaries, show that
they not only remained here; but faithfully
lischarged their duty. We record this fact
with pleasure. .
- Many of our older citizens will call to
mind the Munsford boys, who left Cairo
during tl.o war. R. M., or ''Dick" s ho is
familiarly called is nmv the only survivor
of lli family. He lives in Memphis, and
has married to a ludy who seems to have
been the possessor of remarkable histrionic
ability, which but little study developed,
much to tho surprise nnd admiration of the
Memphlsan.s Quito recently in operatic en
tertainments given there for charitable pur
poses, Mrs. Munsford personated Countess
lierkenfeld in the Daughter of tho Regiment,
and Lady Allcash, In Fru Diavalo, and no
admirably well did she acquit herself In
tinging and acting that the citizens of Mem
phis presented to her a few days subsequent-
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I if iitw vvjuuiui ,"iij luvuiin, vie;uKiy
flnU.mi and Moperly inscribed. The Ap
peal says that they were worthily and de
The tenacity with which some people
cling to bfe is wouderful.' The negro Har
per w ho was shot in the stomach, on board
the steamer James Howard, last week, was
sitting up yesterday, smoking his pipe
Contemplating the locution and character
of the wound, there didn't seem to he one
chance iu one hundred for the fellow's re
covering, and if no set back intervenes he
will be us sound us ever in the course of a
week or two.
Ice wagons could be seen upon they s
terdaystrcets, but as the hot wave that stated
from Yankton the day before hud not reached
Cairo tho demands for the '"congealed wa
ter" were neither numerous or urgent. We
are told that "ice will be ice this year,"
which remark must be interpreted to
mean that as tho usual quantity was nft
housed, the price will be considerably
higher than formerly. As there was no
lackot ice we can't understand wiy an
abundance was not housed.
Two families live in tho Fallshotel.one
above the other. Mrs. Thompson occupies
the upper portion, and was. engaged yc.-ter-
dav. washinir clothes. A little srirl, a daugh
ter of Mrs. Orobe, who lived down below.
emptied a pan of ashes. The ashes
rlew aloft, and angered the woman above.
who seized a pan of water and dashed it on
the child's head. Mrs. Grabe sued, and
Squire Commings discharged the
prisoner because it was not proven
when the crime was committed!
Iustus Xeff, wishing the passers-by to
know that he has a business, a habitation
aud a name, put out a handsome sign.
For some reason that does not admit of
ready explanation, somebody or several
somebodies, probably boys, met, on Friday
night nnd made the sign a target for mud
balls. It is to be regretted that the owner
of the sign was not there to see, with a
musket heavily charged with bird shot.
Until the young night prowlers of the city
are dealt with summarily nnd severely,
acts of malicious mischief like that here
complained of, will be of frequent occur
rence. The excursion on the Ste Genevieve,
Tuesday evening, will furnish to our young
folks a rare opportunity for genuine enjoy,
ment nnd healthful recreation. The magni
ficent boat, in charge of most genial gentle
men, will be surrendered to the use of the
excursionists, and all the details of the oc
casion having been carefully arranged in
advance, a most enjoyable season is guar
anteed. The trip is not long enough to be
come tedious, and the expense will he but
a trifle. The result will be a gay, happy
crowd, and a gloiious good time of it.
- Henceforth the Wkkki.y Bulletin- will
be published on Monday instead of Thurs
day's as heretofore. By this change we sup
ply u paper from tho oflicc very day of
the week; and we find that the change will
operate to the advantage of our county sub
scribers. Advertisements for the weekly
should be placed in our hands the Satur
day previous. Tho first issue under this
change of publichtion day will appear to
morrow and will contain the delinquent
tax list of 1879, as reported by the County
Collector. Extra copies can be bought at
the oflicc, at 5 cents per copy.
If thcuiatter and manner of The Bul
letin are not up to The Bulletin stand
ard, a .sufficient explanation will probably
be found in the fact that editor has mono
polized all the colds thut were set apart for
this community for tho year 1S70. While
he lies under blankets penciling this truth
ful paragraph, he feels an ache, a soreness
and a stiffness in every bone, joint, ligature,
muscle and fiber of his corporeal structure.
Add to this a headache, the throbs of which
out-do the heaves of n gas-meter bellows
and the fact that he doesn't feel very well
himself take all these things into account,
and we wonder at ourselves somewhat that
we did not let the readers of the paper
"take judgment against us by default."
If anybody will arrest Joseph Bauer,
a German, and return him to Chester peni
tentiary, ho will receive the usual reward
which is, we believe, one hundred dollars.
Bauer was employed in the prison bakery
nnd slept there. On Friday night, of last
week, he stole acouple of citizens, suits from
the oflicers; put one of the suits on, tied
the other in a bundle, effected a breach in
the wall of the bakery, scaled the fence and
cseancd. He is about sixty-one years old;
heavy wrinkles in his cheeks and forehead;
bald on crown ot the head and hair thin in
front; hasstitV fingers and "walks crooked."
II.) wore a brown mixed suit when ho
left and carried away a brown suit in his
Henry Dixon, a colored man, took a
contract for the removal of a lut of iron from
the Btcamcr II. C. Yeager. lie took into
partnership with him sixteen or eighteen
colored men, and when the work was com
pleted he was paid sixty-five dollars. Dur
ing tho pi ogress of tho work u piirof hooks
and a Bhovcl or two were lost in the river,
and these Henry had to pay for, which ho
did, and then divided the biilam ,. among
his sixteen partnurs, giving three dollura to
each ot them. In tho course of a fi vy hours
the sixteen partners cyphered it up thut they
were each, entitled to sixty cents niorejand
one Chaplain Smith constituted lmiiself tho
one who should make the demand for tho
money. He met Dixon on Hut ,!V,,t, tUHt
below Fourteenth, and insisted thu't tho
money be paid over, then and there. Dixon
replied that he didn't have the moll(,y that
nam lor xno nvr w. i.
had no moro than hU duo
share. But Smith didn't beiievo
this story, nnd headed Dixon off; becoming
more mid more importunate for his money
until finally, Dixon shoved him out of the
way. Smith made a pass, in return aud
Dixon gavo him a terrific punch in the
mouth. The parties then clinched, and a
third party entering tho fight, there was the
promise, for awhile, of a lively scrimmage.
But negro bystanders interfered and soon hri('0s oil't-l't'd llV
restored good order; Hit not good feelings
Tl T' T-l t
M h M II
Is not the power employed which attracts the mail of
taste and juilnj'incnt, but the superior makes, excellent taste
of selection, niairuilicent cut and lit, and the remarkaldv low
Smith swore out a warrant and Ilogan took
Dixon under arrest. A half dozen lawsuits
will likely be the conclusion of the mutter.
In the distinction of the Notre Dante
university by lire, not a few of our citizens
mourn the loss of their alma mater. In
deed there is not a community anywhere in
the North-west that does not number
among its citizens men and women who
associate the Notre Dame university, now a
heap of charred ruins, with the happies
daysot their lives. Tnc institution was
founded about thirty-live years ago by
Father Sorm, a profound scholar, and
chief of the order of Brothers of the Sacred
Heart. The building was six stories in
heightl), and, with its library of 25,000 vol
umes, its music hal'v old man's home, in
firmary and monster chime of bells, pre
sented by the emperor Louis Napoleon,
cost $200,000. The insurance amounts to
only $00,000 ; yet the immense structure
will be rebuilt at once. The origin of the
tire is ascribed to spontaneous combustion.
Mr. Ed. Baker is a colored individual
who has long boasted of keeping his wo
man, in the foul nest near the head of
Eighth street. He called her "Mat," nnd
was quite certain that he was the "apple of
her eye," etc. But this conceit was taken
out ot him. r nday night he was passing up
Eighth street in the vicinity of the Lc-viathan
saloon, when much to his astonishment, he
ran against "Mat" and a "yaller man whom
he '.-pised," locked in a loving embrace
right there on the sidewalk. And what
did Ed. Baker do? Did he pick up the
man and tcss him over the sidewalk? No.
But like the coward he is he knocked the
woman down and the woman s new
"friend," like the coward he is, ran off at the
top of his speed. Baker waited until Mat
regained her feet, nnd then knocked her
down again. And now hearing approach
ing footsteps Baker fled, leaving Mat bloody
and bleeding on the sidewalk. Since then
ho has not been seen in tha city.
We have had among ns for some time
past a negro woman who is known by the
sobrioquet of "Black Hat." Concluding
mat quiet anuresi were esenuai io nernap
piness she resolved to obtain that quiet by
moving to Evansvillc, and in pursuance of
that resolution packed her traps nnd bid her
acquaintances "good-bye" and only awaited
the arrival of the packet to be off. But, dur
ing tho interval Itallian Joe lit down on
her stuff with an attachment. Black Hat
had neglected to make a "good ready" by
paying her rent. But then she would have
sent the amount from Evansvillc; feeling
right sure that she would have done so, she
gave Joe such a tongue-lashing ns
no son of the sunny land of
Italy ever before received from a daughter
of "Africa's golden sands." It was terrible,
and before it concluded Joe made a firm re
solve that hod "never cross that neuro
again.even though he might find her carry
ing off his house ami lot, bodacious!).
The paths of the policemen are not al
ways the paths of pleasantness, by any
means. A colored citizen, or a white one
either for that matter, obtains a writ for
Immense Clothing Hojise !
Hiiih Trias hepudiated! Xo Cunn.romUe!
1 Conie to
From cms. to sl.oO saved on everv vo-i
prices hailed with iri-eat satisfaction.
Men'? White MarseUl Vest.
A. M'AKX, 01 Ohio Levee-
and a womanly air, withal, that wins the
admiration of her audience thoroughly and
at once, while her voice 'u the very symph
ony of song and music. Hie natural wo
manliness of Mi.-s IVnu-rov's de'.i:)-ations
are so nicf.y harmonized, too. w.ta the rich,
manlvtoneof these given bv Mr. W. H.
Leake, and the support all through is s-
rood that we feel bound agiin tei c!as this
troupe as the btst we have ew-r had. and we
think we can safely predict that Mi-s Pome
roywill not leave Pudueah witlmut having
won the first place with every tin atre-goer
in the city. We have had a number of first-
class actn .es and actors with u. but S"!-
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dom wiui gu'i sup:'n. ii.
very hnppiiv rnvided ag-.ln-
whole troupe is s'.rr-r.g u::d t'l
we shall take pleasure in mai
mention of each during ti.eir
citv. Thcv sh'-r.M have ,".rou
ia that the
''.av in the
1 Xiziits and Saturdav Mat-inee.
night to see a?
be comedy piece
duced, and we sha'.
u Like It." which lithe
Sii:ikfpear'j ever pro
1 be very much fooled if
its rendition does n.-t pr-ve
given in-lore a raduraii audeT.ce. r.
gives us pleasure to speak we'.; of a goo I
show, and we advise eytrv'. odv to see Mis
Colored migratioaists continue to ar
rive i' almost every steamer lrom tic
South, and net a few of them are entirely
penniless, me co.ored peopie or Luiro
have taken most humane and commend: b'e
action in this connection, and we hope their
:lbrts will be heartily seconded by the
whites. They have organized a sic:ety,
nnd cictti'd o;!!cers and committees, and
these oriio-rs and committees have been
charged with the duty of visiting such
steamers as land at our wharf with a view
of preventing the landing of tho destitute
by paying their passages to St. Louis or
elsewhere. Such of the refugees as are here
iu a destitute condrtioa will be sent for
ward, the members of the society correctly
concluding that as there i but little work
for ths res:-lent colored people, the addition
of a large number of penniless blacks frmu
the South could have but one. end, viz: suf-
made effective by outside help hy the
money of whitemcn, who are able to contri
I'neijtialled Attract inn.
Avi-tod by the Eavorit?
Wm. 1-1. Leake
and her New York Company of huke.
1 catcaii Ar:iK
Wednesdy. April :JO.
The latent great Mircf,
Thursday. May 1 st.
Slmkcpcare' Ev'iii-ite Comedy,
AS" YOi: LIKE IT."
Friday. May !d. .
The Great Emotional Play,
"I e"li i - t--n. i i
i:v? .j. 1, v ,
Saturday. May i)d.
Saturday Matinee, lutuie ai;iioui;cc-
Amission . ."" T'c'tc.
N; iU a ih. r'v f r ti-nd .?, at pau
Si ale and
II. r-e' luarel.-t l; s'-
At iriev to K lit ' t
: me a cull
HiTK'E OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Th utit-.-rc!tfa 1. a-'-a'.Ri-t-.vor oft-nta-i' of II. I'.
II. l am.: .r. !. !.!. v g'.w r.otli e to n I
w hum It may eoi:-. rr. thut led.-., tiU-i! In t!..- A! '
unili-r county cult; 1. 1. Han! r . j t ar h ih!:p.:. !
rtor. ami that h tvill a :'y to oa'.I court, at tl
Muv term thereof, IT1', ill-! iiin'.ie rln ii !:'' ne. i t,
and fur r.' ill 5 i-i" '. :lr!i nil ! lit : .iti r.
JAVElH.ii'Ul's. ! Ailmh:!.:r:e' r.
aaii in uio cny is ncm resjion- 1
! delay. Only yesterday a col- f H
was terribly exasperated, He III
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We have just reaived for the
AND SUMMER SEASOX
The Largest and Cheapest Stock of
fering, pauperism and crime. We hopi
somebody s arrest, and lie Imagines that the therefore, that the sensible and philanthropic
efforts of every policeman in the city should effort" of our Cairo colored people will I
at once be subjected to his service. The
policeman who never heard of his case, is
"a h 11 of an officer, that he doesn't know
all about the matter." Until the policeman
who hold the writ iiec:s the arrest, every
other policeman iu the city is held respon
sible for the d
ored man was
had been chugged in the countenance, and
the half dozen officers ot tho town had let
three hours pass without airesting tho of
fender. The officer who had never
heard of the case was held equally respon
sible with tliu officer who held tho writ
And this negro is only one of many. Police
men hear from such fellows every day; and
now that most of the forco have come to the
"end of their tether;" we shall not be at
ail surprised to henr that a few of these car
pers have been knocked heels over stomach.
Tho Paducah News speaks in the fed
lowing complimentary terms of Miss Louise
Poineroy who makes her first appearance lu
this city, in the Athcneuni on Wediies.lay,
April ilOfh: "It is unfortunate for our
theater-going folks that they were not out
in full force last night to see " Adirondack.
Not because they cannot sec Miss Poineroy
na,,.iill tn-ntirli? hi" uiiittn ,1. tttirltt Lilt
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the picoo Is new and has a charm of sweet- WHS Might Wlll.'U tllC lliai'kct WIS depressed, OWlllg to tllO
ncss about it that should not have been
missed. It was written specially for Miss
Poineroy, and is almost perfectly adapted to
her style of acting, mid it will no doubt
surprise sonic of our readers not at the
theater last night when wo tell them they
missed tho very best acting ever put upon
a Paducuh stage. Wro say this with all due
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(lelercnco to our special pets ami lavoritct ;
but it U absolutely true that this is the
best troupe ever here. Thero is a natural
ness about all of Miss Pomeroy's acting,
both in tho rending and her movements on
the stage, that one can scarcely see twice in
a dozen years of travel. Shu has a Win
that Is quite queenly, Just emnigh of beauty
;; Youth's Boy's and Children's
That has ever been in Eirypt before. Our entire stock
lateness of the season, scarcity of buyers and goods had to
be sold to make room for Fall Stock.
In ox tended to nil to visit our establishment an
cxamino our extensive assortment and FUICE&
PABNBAKER, The Clothier.
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