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TIIE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8. 1S70.
II. MAREAN, M. P.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Olflco 110 romiti'Tdnl ivenud. ltosldi'iic corner
Kiiiru'eniB fi. " !"
K. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Hrriri-No. 138 Commorctul Avenue, between
SiKbtii ndMnU Btreel
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
. FF1CS Elchth Slrejt, near Commercial Avenne
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
OFFICE : With the Widow' and OorpnaniT Mil
ual Aid Bocietv.
J INEGAR J. LANSDEN,
CKI'ICE-So. Ill Commercial Aveune.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
KKHIIYBO A T
THREE 3gjQ STATES.
On and after Monday, June Vi. the liont will make
the following trip:
LEAVKS l.F.AVES LEAVES
Foot Fourth t. Missouri Land'p. Kentttrky UYg.
S a. m.
1 a. m.
! p. m.
1 p. in.
'i a. m.
3 p. m.
s::tn a. m.
lo:: a. ni.
J::to ii. in.
' -t::iO p.m.
9::) a. ni.
3::t p. in.
!) a. ni.
V p. in.
r p. in.
10 a. ni.
4 p. III.
METROPOLIS AND PADI'CAII
Tue E'.esaut Sidewheel l'usseiiiier Steamer
Leaves Cairo every afleriioou at Jl o'clock, fur
I'atlueah. Metropolis and way landings. I'nr
freight, or pascii'.'e apjilv to si.il.. A. SlI.YKlt,
X E W A nVRRTISEJIENT -JIISCEM.A V KOPS.
AY. WHEEL KR,
Dealer In all klmls ol
Cord Wood, Stove Wood.
BIG .MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington find
70 OniO LEVEE.
dirt or dust by measures heiuir exposed to air.
Milk delivered twlee a day,
SEALED IX PINT DOTTLES.
Try it and see lor yourselves.
30 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cash on delivery of tickets.
' BOAT STOKES.
Q l). WILLIAMSON,
76 Ohio Levee.
Boat Stores and Ciroccries,
Of all kinds.
OPEX NIGHT AND DAY.
. Fresh Dairy and Gilt Ede Ilutter, Uysters and all
kinds ol fruit when in season, on hand ami deliv
ered promptly at residences free. Oyntcrs delivered
IDealer in Fresh Meat.
Jletwm Washington ttiid Com
inerci;l A v., ftdfoining Ilunnya.
KEEPS for aale the heat Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb. Hauaaga, 4c, and la prepared toierve
faiollietln an acceptable manner.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KXTI HKO AT TI1U I'OST OFFICK IN CAIKO, II.-
J.I.VOIS, A8 KI'.COND-CT.ASS MATTHK.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COl'XTY.
Only Jforiiinff Daily lu Southern Illinois.
Siiinai Orner, I
Caiko, III., November 7,
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2:4ti " 'JH.ftH 71 Bit
K, 7 Climdv
S. II Cloud'v
SE. 17 Clondv
Maximum Temperature. Minimum Tern
pernturv, 55 7; Hnlufall, I). UO Inch.
W. II. RAY
Soru't Sltfiial Corns, U. S. A.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Judge Dross returned home yesterday
from a trip up the road.
The steamer Champion in the gayest
excursion bout on the river.
The Skating Rink will he opened next
week should the weather continue cool.
Mrs. Durnside, of Indianapolis, is in
the city visiting her daughter, Mrs. Reefer.
Lumber is "going up," owing, we pre
sume, to the largo demand lor that article.
Six Cairo gentlemen donated nn aggre
gate of $2;J0, to the Mound City sufferers.
The finishing touches are being put on
the out side of the Alexander County Rank
Look out fur Marx to-morrow! Ho
will have something to say to the sover
eigns. Col. Johnson, General Southern agent
of the I. C. R, R. is at home again from his
Mr. Al Lewis has engaged in the Hour
and grain commission business with oflice at
.1(1 Ohio Levee, up stairs.
llalliday Brothers with their usual
promptness sent a cheek for $100 to the
relief of the Mound' City sufferers.
Harry Hughes has tried many places,
but concluding that Cairo is best after all.
has come back among us again.
G.P.Meyer of Mound City was in
town yesterday, lb: is busy with insurance
men adjusting his claims for losses in the
Superintendent of the Illinois Central
railroad, Reck, was in the city yesterday,
looking after the interest of the road at this
Subsribers to this paper for loSO, who
pay in full for the year, get a valuable book
of CO pages, free. Call early, pay up, and
obtain the premium.
The front of the iron store of Mr. J.
1'. Reed on Ohio Levee is receiving a new
coat of paint iud its looks theve.liy is beino;
We noticed Mr. Lcandcr Axley taking
orders in the wholesale and retail house of
Stratton iVJiinl, yesterday. Leander is at
home in an occupation of that kind.
The canvassers for the new city direct
ory, will have finished up everything above
Twelfth street to-day. Messrs. J. G. Lynch
and Caspor Yost are doing the work.
Read the notice of Ilincklc & Moore,
pork packers. They have juicy tender
loins, elegant spare-ribs, yards of pigs feet,
etc, etc., enough to feed a million, for sale
Retterhtte than never, Walt. The Sun
satisfied our curiosity concerning Col.
McKeaig 21 hours before you thought of it.
The Colonel will be home to-day. Why
didn't you tell us that too.'
If we were not a Democrat we would
be tempted to say that the last election
killed the Democratic corpse; but we are a
Democrat, and being such draw new hope
and inspiration from defeat.
The choir of the German Lutheran
church, which by the way is a good one, yes
terday left lor Jonesboro, to attend the or
daiiiation of a German Lutheran minister
at that place, whose name ias slipped our
Some of our readers are laboring un
der mistake. They erroneously believe
that it was Mr. tohn Roehler who was shot
tit by Mr. Jake Walter. It was Fred and
not John Koehler who hint the narrow
The Catholic ladies of the city are ar
ranging for a fair and festival to beheld in
Temperance Hall oij Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday Nov. 17th, IStli, lUtli. The
proceeds will go towards rebuilding Lorretto
Till'. Bu.i.ktin, yesterday, printed in a
neat pamphlet the proceedings of the "First
Annual Ministerial Missionary Daptist
Convention, held in the First Missionary
lloptist Church of Cairo. The work was done
for Elder T. J. Shores.
It ciune to our ears yesterday, that the
firm of Galigher & Son had generously sent
a check of $.10 to the sufferers of .Mound
City. This is commendable, and exhibits a
spirit which we hope to see manifested by
more of our well-to-do citizens.
About 0 o'clock last night a quarrel
and incipient row occurred between two
strangers. Squire Comings being at hand,
arrested the parlies ami turned them over
to officers, Wims and Tyler. TheyJ slept
in Hotel De Cain last night.
J. II. Mulcahy ond Mr. Bradshaw, of
Commercial Point, was in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. Mulcahy has a blacksmith shop,, tools,
etc., at the Point tuul wants a blacksmith
to take charge of them. There is a chance
for tiny man who happons to be a black
smith, and in want of steady employment1
"The Home Guide, or A Book by 500
Ladies," is a volume of 100 pages, contain
ing 1,000 practical recipes and hints on
Cookery, the Household, the Toilet, the
Hick Room, etc., a copy of which we present
to every subscriber who pays in full for
1880. Improve this opportunity.
-One Marshall Drown was arrested and
tried before Justice Comings, for disorderly
conduct yesterday, found guilty, mid not
having the necessary "rocks," ho was jailed
for ten days. Other cases, among which
was one for abusive language, were brought
up and disposed of. The fines were all
For the benefit of those who arc weary
and whose spirits long for rest we will say
that our old friend, Rutherford D. Hayes,
has thus delivered himself : "I, Rutherford
R. lluyes, President of the United States do
appoint Thursday, the 27th day of Novem
ber inst., us a day of national thanks giving
and prayer, etc."
"While the Comiijiie Rand was passing
down Commercial avenue last night ji
Irunkcn stranger made an attack ou
George Winter, the bass drummer. George
beat time for a few minutes with his drum
stick on the fellow's head, thus amusing
him until an officer happened along and
carried him off to the cooler.
It should be remembered by those w ho
ave a hankering to sec General Grant, that
that gentleman will be in Chicago on the
12th instant. The Illino'u Central railroad
will sell tickets at greatly reduced rates,
and, we doubt not, a number of Cairo peo
ple will go !!(!.1 miles to sec his royal high
ness the "American King."
A German yesterday afternoon, a
stranger in the city, was Jnvitcl to take a
walj by smooth-spoken men. Their walk
tool; them outside of the levee, below the
Narrow Gauge depot, where, bring unable
to rob hint by the confidence game, the l'mir
thieves set upon him and beat and robbed
him in, the old-fashioned way, of if :!2 all
We have received the first number of
the "Fraternal Knight' a paper devoted to
the social and fraternal culture of the
Kuighls of Honor mid published and edited
by a Mr. P. S. Drow. The Fraternal
Knight is published in St. Louis and oilers
itself as a medium of communication be
tween the various bodies of .tin; order in the
.Mississippi vallryaud elsewhere.
Very well executed counterfeit silver
dollars are in circulation. They are very
skillfully made of pewter, silver-plated and
are not easily detected. The milling of the
edges is bad, however, and they weigh less
than the genuine. We were shown two one
dollar pieces of this counterfeit money yes
terday and hence warn our people to keep
a 'lookout" for them.
We have been asked from eight to twelve
times, when the second of the "8 to 12"
parties will come oil'.' To all iniUirers we
say it is two weeks away, that is, on the
night of tin; 21st, and we might add, in a
whisper, that may not be heard, on the birth
day of two members of the club. The first
two letters of their names are Lippet and
Dlake. That does not make them the same
Jim Stiinincrwcll the champion plop
finder as well as pole raiser, has just re
turned from a ten days trip to the country.
He went for u (lagstafl for the custom house
yard and got what he went after. The new
pole will he of cypress, two pieces, finished
ship mast style. The butt pieced is 8:) feet
and the top 01 feet long in the rough.
i. When finished and raised the- pole will
stand 120 feel high. It will be a beauty
when Summerwell gets done wit It it,
The Corbondale Observer isourauthor
ity for saying that the Moline Plow Works
at Molinc, Illinois, have madi! a plow for
the Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad
that cuts a railroad ditch alongside the
railroad track DO inches wide and 2 feet
deep, and is attached to a platform car.
One mile of ditch 2 feet dicp and I) feet
wide, is made every four hours, doing the.
work of 1,000 men. It is the largest and
strongest plow ever made,
The. second anniversary of Cairo Tem
perance Relorm Club occurs next Tuesday.
The chili will have a grand anniversary
meeting that night and meetings will con
tinue Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
nights. Mr. II. Clay Sexton, chief of the
St. Louis Fire Department. Col, Scott of St.
Louis, and a number of others will attend
on Thursday and Friday. It will be what
our informant calls a regular Temperance
lloggarth. the deaf mute, who, with
several others of his kind, gave a very ac
ceptable performance in the Atheneum
some weeks ago, is again in the city,
met him on the street yesterday mid learned
fr.nn him that he still entertains the idea
of organizing a troupe to travel across the
continent. He is tit present only waiting
for the necessary material, in the shape ol
deaf mutes, to effect the organization,
Our rcadttrs, many of whom are ac
(piainted with Miss Francis !:. Willard,
will be pleased to learn that, Friday before
last, she was elected president of the Na
tional Christian Temperance Union at
Indianapolis, The other ollicers m Mrs.
Mary T. Hurt of Brooklyn, Ncv York,
corresponding secretary ; Mrs. . A.
Woodbridgeof Ravenna, Ohio, recording
secretary ; Mrs. Caroline K. Dull of Euit
Hampton, Connecticut, assistant recording
secretary, and Miss Esther Pugh of Brook
We have received No. 1 of Volume i
"Harpers Young' People," a new Illustrated
Weekly, published by Harper it Brothers,
New York, It is just what is needed for
tlie boys and girls of America, and the
sooner it takes tlio place of tho vapid,
trashy papers issued for boys and girls, the
better it will be for our land, The subscrip
tion price is $1.50 a year; single copy four
cents. Patents should take immediate
steps to place it in the hands of their
A letter received yesterday from Tom
Morgan says: "I arrived in Dubuque this
morning (November 5th). To-day the
Dubuque lodge R. of P. paraded the
streets in full uniform on their way to Gal
ena to sec General Grant. If the Knights
at Cairo could see how line this lodged
looked in uniform they would not let the
order languish there. I spent one day in
Frceport; found the people there in full en
joyment of archery pastime. Saw. some
good shooting, and some fine archery goods
but none better than in, Cairo." Morgan's
friends here are glad to hear from him. lie
gives bis address as Sioux City Iow a.
We find the following in the local
column ot the Chicago Tribune, addressed
to Messrs, Culver, Page, Iloyne & Co.:
"Great destitution here. Call daily papers'
and D. laid of trade's attention to it. Do
all you can in the churches fur us next
Sunday. Mound City was among the first
to contribute when Chicago, like us, was
in the ashes. Dan Hogan. tor Commit ice.
Indorsed by W. T. Whitnioiv." we heard
yesterday that some of our charitable in
clined ladies were rngayed in the gaui.l
work of collecting money for the Moim I
This is :, i! should be
The Comiqttc hull, since !-i-t we saw
it, has received a general owriur.iling and
has been greatly iinpt-ivcd in various w:is
not alone as regards appearances but al
so as regards comtort. The scen ry which
Mr. Walker has of late had painted -'it
great expense, is of the highe-t order: the
benches have ail been substituted by com
fortable chairs; a gallery has been e;i cted
and various other 'improvements made
making the place a pleasant an I iiivitii,
one. And finally, it is only simple jit-tic
to Mr, Catlett and Mr. Walker, to say that
the pciferinaiiees given are fully tip to the
average miiiMrel performances in quality
and tone and are not, n the unknowing -up-pose,
of a low grade.
The meeting of the t inpcraucc people
in their hall last night, was a grand affair.
Every seat was occupied, and some were
more so. The audience was composed of
some ot the best people among us. and that
they were all well pleased with themselves
and the programme, was shown 'v the hap
py faces and the oft-repeated applause
given the several speakers. The orator of
the evening was a gentleman from Paduftih,
Mr. W. K. Howell by name, a lawyer,
who was followed by the ever-we'eome and
eloquent speaker, Col. Robert Lowery. The
speeches, though in the main on the same
old subject, were listened to with wrapped
attention from beginning to end. The
meeting proves that our temperance people
are still alive to their duties, and that it re
quires but the slightest zephyr to fun the
hidden coals into a vigorous I'.ame.
ITEMS FliOM OHiTH RISKS CORliKS.
We observed in the "Thebes Items" of
the l.'!th ult., that the goo compositor
made "Mrs. Judge and Mrs. (', X. March
cldoii donated quite a nice bell etc.," read
"donated quite a nice bill" also, "when
resolution leads, etc.," was changed to
"revolution." To be sure the 'bell" cost a
"bill," but the "bill" was presented in the
form of a "bell" that is the difference.
There was a very large congregation
present at the dedication of the Baptist
church on the 20th. ult. The senuon by
Elder Reeve, was pronounced "first rate."
Mr. Kelley, from Hodges Park, was in
town h.st Thursday, distributing tickets for
the election next Tuesday. That reminds
us some candidates will be beaten then, as
there are only two out of five to be elected.
There is one thing certain, we would not
aspire to the presidency, to say not hing of
wo nearly said, county commissioner but
we guess wo will say justice of the peace.
Miss EUu Wolcott was the honored re
cipient ot a very handsome gilt frame, con
taining a feather wreath, last Sunday, as a
token of appreciation for her untiring serv
ices as Sabbath school organist. The; re
marks of presentation by Parson Hitter, and
thost of acceptance by Miss Ella, were
We are thinking of holding a Sabbath
school convention at this place before long,
Tn r.m.s, Nov. 3rd. Mits. S.nods.
If you want agooddish of Oysters served
in any stylp, or a hot cup of coffee, go to
5(1 Ohio Levee, next to I. M. R. R. office.
Open day and night. Families supplied by
tho can. Selects 50 cents, mediums 40
cents per can. A. T. DkIUi'N,
A NEW HlTtK MK.
A fine silver tea set will be drawn for at
Ticlieman's billiard parlors on Christinas
eve. Every person paying for a game of
billiards will receive a ticket entitling him
to a chance in tlti drawing. Tickets can
uot be obtains! id any ether way.
ALEXANDER COUNTY ELECTION.
The beard met to canvass the vote yes
terday forenoon, at tho county clerk's
office. Ily reason of irregularities, the vote
of the Third ward was thrown out. Count
ing the other wards and precincts, the result
was declared as follows:
Miles W. Parker, elected ticasurcrbya
majority of 18; J. A. M. Gibbs, commis
sioner majority OOIt; Charles Thrupp, sur
veyorno oppositionvote, 1,340. The
majority for additional tax is 212.
Had the Third ward not been thrown out,
the vote on the treasurer would have been a
tie. Doctor Oi fobs' majority would
have been increased to 051, and
the road would have come through with
a majority of IKi-l, a rather positive declara
tion that Cairo wants communication with
the country the year round. We have al
rady given the votafrf the city and now
give the official count of the country pre
cincts. For Treasurer. A. J. Alden re
East Cape Girardeau
Mih s W. Parker received at
Lake Milligan ,
Santa Fe ; . . .
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OVSTKUS IN t MY sTVLK.
Harry Walker has just received a large
assortment of Fre-h Oyster. and will serve
them up i,i any style. i can go and get
them any way you want them. The oyster
counter is under the management of
At tiii; Packino houc of Hinkle
Moor on Commercial avenue, pio, feet,
spurt; ribs, back bones.and other trimmings
in large or sniall quantities are for sale at
very low prices. New lard lot family uc.
invitus special attention.
Goto Stiiatto.n Biun's If you want
to buy the followiug goods at low price-;:
Atniore & Co.'s Mince meat.
Snider & Co.'s Apple, Peach and (Quince
Voting America cheese, for family use.
New York and Ohio Factory cheese, full
Canada Oat meal,
New York I'uckwheat thuir.
Emit in barrels, half barrels and quarter
Old (joverunieiit Java, Mocha, Santos,
Mexican and Ilio Coffee.
Two hundred barrels choice Michigan
apples; a general assortment of canned
goods; very fine Teas, Dried fruits, Fancy
Groceries of all kiuds, etc., etc.
Oi.ptimh I'lttcts at the barber shop of
J. George Stcinliouse, on Eighth street, near
Alexander County Bank. Good barbers,
easy chairs, sharp ruzors, clean towels, etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut 21 cents, shampoo
21 cents, and other work proportionally low
Remember the place.
Tiik ki.ik Tine MoiiT. If Prof. Edison's
Eh'ctiie light is going' to supercede the u-e
of gas, we are glad of it. Gas is the bane
of our national existence. When hoarse
with too much speaking, take Hall's BaDam.
It is especially adapted tf congressmen,
ministers and the rest of mankind.
Sold by Barclay Bros.
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
02LakoSt.. UG Seneca St.
IX POINT OK
Economy in Fuel, Dura-
hiiity, uuil ('otivcnioni e.
Completeness of design, uml
Pcrfectncs.s of Constructioi..
Simplicity of Management, ami
General Working Oji.ilitic.
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
IN THE M ARRET.
Time Tried ;uul Fire Tested!
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ami i'i:o i;s a si. ( c kss.
ALL GOODS ITI.LY WARRANTED.
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MEAT M M.'UKT.
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t'AIRn. : : : s ILLINOIS
A full and complete .apply of the- ljet of a i
kimi' meat altvavs on hsnj.
rJMIK CITY NATIONAL BANu
"".-i i , Illinois.
CAPITAL, 8 100.000
W. P. HA I.I.IDA V, I'resiilent.
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Excluitige, Coin ami United States Bonds
IlortiHT AND SOLO.
Deposits rcci'ivi'd sud s ucueriil nankins liuslnes s
Winter's liliii k. Cm ner Seventh Street and Com-
Desires to inform the citizens of Cairo and vlrlnllv,
(lint she tins a
New and Large Stock of (ioods
Which she will sell lit Ad'CAi. cost, consisting of
Hats and Jtonnets
And Fine Imported Hose lor laulies and ChlldiiMi,
Ladies' Furnisliing Goods!
All tin' wry latest ibidem,. Prices ns low in tins
Nihil' Hinl (iimils mniUeil In pai iiKttrt.n. wm not
btt undersold, fall imd cxamlni', No tronltlo to
sUnwRoodH Ladles u ,o do not si'u wlut tUry
w ant it 111 picas.) a-k for p,