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II. MAREAN, M. D
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
m,. I in c. Amenta! nvnntte. IleIdenc corner
KM.fiUli St. ai Wn-hlngtiiu'ivenuc. Cairo
TQR. K. W. W1IITLOCK,
j Dental Surgeon.
r.mui-N'r). Wi CommercUl Avenue, Ifctwccn
Kahili nd Ninth Street
J )K W. C. JOCELYN,
D E NT1ST.
OF'k'-ElKbth Street, nenr Commercial Amine.
NOTARY PI BMC
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OlTl('E:-Wl!li the Widow- and Ooriituum' Mil
ual At ft Society.
j INEGAll & LANSDEN,
MKyit'E No. USt'nmmernnl A venae.
0ilnt .lewclry House in Southern Illinois.
Established in UHll.
Jv.n ltecelved aud Constantly Ituteivin nt
Xr JEWELUT STOKE
No. In) Commercial Avaiiite, n'.-nriitli st.
Magnificent Diamonds and Fine .lew dry,
Cameo. Onyx, Coral and Plain Setts,
iiiiigs. Necklaces. Chain ami
Bond Bracelets. Watches.
Chains. Studs Sleee
Hold Pens, Seth
ple and Quad
V':."e, Sterling: .Silver
ware. Knabe and Pea.se Pi
anos. Mason & Hamlin Co.. and
lMey Organs. Brass. String and
Reed 3!tisical Instruments & Ti-iiiiiuiuir.
."" .'"'j hot fail to lu-jx c! his Mwk hrt-rv i'.sr-
tlTH ' ciliiraiiteec to n il ut New York. St t.ouls
or ( !li'a'o rrf . No 11 .--.. ity lor niaHai; troa)
lionul lur Ul.. nl clu-ufi 'joodc
IrfOrrli'ri by Klpr-m ii.'l Mail Miikitcd aud
Vciiipt!) Hil' '
Fine Jewelr v Made to Order.
CO A UNF
IT HAS NO EQUAL
House Cleaninir Purposes, for
Waslfinj Clothes, for
the Bath, etc.
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.'o 1 iK;ti,,fiibl Oiliir,
No '"tusli. 1 11 vii 1 u:ilU'
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kUt 1 .1. II. MKTCALF. .
LKXANDEU COUNTY BANK,
(Commercial Avenue utnl Eighth Street.
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V.J. Ki.imi, Ak-InImiiI tiihliiei.
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vfcNirjtAL 1HNK1N0 llt'MNEHS DUNK.
ihvrmxiil! anld ntnl liotii'hl. tnter"t lutlil In
Mj Hie fnvliijri" iJi'iiaittneiit Colli'itloni mmlo
) llli Ii-.hIii i J'roli'l'tl.v ulti'lelvil Ij.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLKT1X; WEDNESDAY MOKNJNG, DECEMBER 3.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
EXTEIIKD AT THE POST OKKK'K IS CAIUO. IL
LINOIS, AS SKCONIK'I.ASS MATTKR.
OFFICIAL I'APUKUH ALEXASDKl! COUNTY.
Only Morniuff Daily in Southern Illinois.
Si'inai. OrrirE, I
Cairo. 111., lu-ccmbe
r 1. Isa (
Ther. Hum Wind. Vtl W'eatlu-r.
l" 1" r',llr
47 711 S 1',' Fnir
W M SW 1'i Fair
M hW IS F;r
6-j M S Ht Fair
il n m aolfl
n in., mo
"v.iininm Tenuierutiire. tj-.'O : Mluimum Turn-
pcratiire, 4:!S ; Kaiafall, (Miu Inch.
Scra't Sijiial Corn, U. S. A.
L AXI) AROUXO THE CITY.
Mr. Ernest Tliielecke returned last
evening trom his business trip to Golcoiida.
The Hink opens to-night, and a good
time is guaranteed.
Newton Kent will occupy the position
lately vacated y llr. Goer, in the Western
Union telegraph office of this city.
E. J. Miles' Juvenile Pinafore cniiipnnv
will appear here Monday and Tuesday
To laugh ami grow fat, go to the
Henry Carter, of Mound City, was in
the city yesterday. He left for home on
the Champion last evening.
Mr. M. P. Fulton returned from his
northern trip yesterday morning, looking
much improved in health.
Twenty-live cents admits yourself and
lady to the Skating Kink this evening.
It is becoming quite fashionable of
lute, for citizens to carry heavy clubs with
them these evenings, while on the streets.
F. I), llexfovd, the hotel man, formerly
of the St. Charles, this city, Out now of
Centralia, is mingling among his friends.
If you have the blues or still' bones,
go to the Skating Rink to-night and shake
(!us Williamson, lately employed in
J the telegraph ollice at Abbyviile, Miss., h:is
returned, to the city and will take cliarge ot
the Narrow Guage tolegnph office.
Nick Williams, has built a neat little
brick smoke lioue, bad; of his butcher
shop, corner of Twentieth street ami Wash
ington avenue. It is now in full operation.
I. I). Buckley & Co., grocers., said to
be robbed Sunday night, turned over their
stock to ('. O.Patier A: Co.. yeterdsy to
satisfy a claim held against them.
The Board of County Ciimmi?.ioner",
accompanied by some of the city dads took
a trip out m the country yesterday after
noon, to view the work on the new comity
Buy the "Fau'.tle-.." Try the '-Fault-h-s.."
Take no other. A pur.- Havana
filler for live ciiU. Sold by F. Knrnicycr.
wholesale m,d retail, hio L vee, corner
Theb dunce takes phi'-e to-niglit at
Turner Hall, (in and etijuy it. as you al
ways do at the liink danc .
Tally was well and nunwrously pulled
at '.In-Teiuperani-e Reform liu.ll la-t even
lie,'. The boys and girls had tln-ir pull
a i l returned luuue as sweet a sweetness
collid lllllke them.
At the present time there tire ahoiil
fourteen persons confined In the comity
jail, for various ollenses and the burden 011
the county foi their siippoit. is about
per day. Would it not be wv!l fir the cir
cuit court, now in session, to torn its utteii
tion t those criminals before adjourning.'
They have quite n somniiubu'dA in
the person of a bell boy, at the m. ( harles
hotel . A night or two ic.'o he aine and
took a dip around the hous", walking over
chairs, talih-s, benches, etc., until his pro-
boei'i, coming in contact witii the edge of n
door, s:,u'tl"d liiai from his s'ee, and sent
him to his much to meditate over his un
naturai peiierrriuu feats.
(' ur.'sp hi I'-n's must r-trct thi'm
s"lv"s to less jiian a oium:;. '"What is
Man." by Veritas in yesterday's Ih i.iiin.s
would have been a read. tble article had it
b"cn only lndf as long, but as it stret.'hes
out, life is too short in undertake to read
it all at on" time. "Rrevity is wit." We
hope our eoiTcspiiiid"iiis will aim to giw a
good share of that kind of wit,
A couple of tinners, engaged in fouling
the kitchen of the St. Charles I Intel, had
quite a row yesterday. The trouble crew
out of je ihuisy. b'Tiuise on;' reivived more
pav than the other, and the man getting
the smaller wages desired the other as
sist him in a strike against the employer
The man with the better wages did not In."
lieve in striking until a biow from the other
forced him into it, and then lie struck right
and left with a mallet, making the head of
his ussiiil'int resemble the hind quartern!' n
fi'C'h butchered beef.
P. Sum, Esq., South AduiiiH Musviehu
s"tts, write: Allow me toiiitorni you how
much good St. Jacobs Oil has thine in this
i,eit'liliorhiM;d. A woman had the Rheuma
tism so badly the! she could not even attend
to h"i' was.!. Three applications of SI.
.Jacobs (il cured her. J I f joy sivined t
have no bounds,
Cashmeres, alpaca. Henrietta crapes, and
vc.-y other make in large and varied quan
tities, J. Ruiomi,
l'H Commercial avenue,
KliOl'LAIl MKETISO I.A8T NKHIT.
Present His Honor, Mayor Thistlewood,
Aldermen Patier, Pettit, Smith, Howley.
Wright, Kynaston, Lincgar and Halliday.
The reading of the minutes of the pre
vious meeting was dispensed with, on
motion ot Alderman Wright.
The Finance Committee reported having
received and destroyed scrip for October
to tlic amount of 219.0$, and for Novem
ber $(1,000.4';. Report received and ordered
Petitions of C. R. Clark and S. Stunts
Taylor, asking for reduction of taxation on
certain property, Vere read and referred to
11 committee composed of Aldermen Pa
tier, Wright and Howley.
The salary bills of city officers were read
aud allowed. Bills for labor on new county
road aud for sundry expenses of the city
government for tne month ot Novcmbi r wer;
read and referred to committee on claims.
Alderman Kynaston offered a resolution,
instrhcting committee on jail and tire de
partment, to procure suitable books for the
purpose of keeping a record of commit
ments, etc., of city jail. Adopted.
Alderman Halliday offered resolution to
the effect that city treasurer be directed to
transfer the balance now remaing in the
Cache river bridge fund, viz: $";3.4.1, to
the general fund, and also directed to trans
fer from appropriation for Cache river
bridge fund to appropriation for streets
the said balance. Adopted.
Aldermau Linegar states that a Mr. Wat
son was engaged in compiling a directory of
the city, and that Mr. W. was desirous of
having the city subscribe for copies for Use
of city officers. Mr. Linegar moved that
the matter be referred to .committee on
claims and report as to the number of
copies that would be desired. Motion
The bonds of T. N. Kiinhro, saloon
keeper, and Louis Rice, hotel runner, were
The Mayor reported having released from
city jail Lettie Allen, Louise Steele and
Willie Chvin, after which the Council ad
journed. POSITIVE BARGAINS.
Every department is tilled with the most
desirable goods, bought b fore the l'ecelit
advance in prices, and we beg to assure
our patrons and the public tiiat an oppor
tunity is now offered to obtain bargains
which never will present itself again. Call
and examine my stock and prices.
l;'l Commercial avrime.
THE BULLETIN A A PETECTIVE.
It will be remembered that three or four
S ago Till', Ull.I.l.llN published a
"Ludicrous Affair," vaitteii by a ludicrous
reporter, in which Benjamin F. Applegate
ind Mollie Bridges were parties to a marri
age contract in Squire '.shorn s office. Tin:
Bl'l.l.K'flN is read extei.sively in Mouud
City as wi ll as in Cairo, and the article in
qmstioii coming to the eyes of the officer,
of our neighboring citv, tie v concluded
tliat "Mollie's Apple-gate" was the Vety
ap needed by them, for stealing tools be-
io:i-iir,r to tin.-1 aim vV mceunes r:iiirna
bout the :M of October,
tit In mir officers, aud'a search
was niaite tor .iir, A!''':e'':lte. lie w,,s
found vesterdav morning bv
(Mil; i r
si liucl,..-: s, an-l, to;n if. (in the arms oi h-s
new made happiness, he vva- locked behind
the liars of the coiintv jail. There appi ars
lobe 1M question about II is gu ! it, for the
goods were I'oiuni in his pi e-sioii, aim he
had trie,! to dispose of tla in.
Mr. Appicgate is a sharp ami deceiving
caar.ietei' from all accounts. About two
years ago he w.is married in the county
clerk s ot!us-, ot Alexander countv, to a
woman, whose n.,tn- we have forgotten. A
f. w days after the marriage, the daughter
o the wotii'iii he man'e d sued him
for a breach of pioiui.se, Ll.t
he conipr nii-ed the case by
giving Icr a -.-wing iii-u hiii" and iJ.'VOH
in cash, after which he received a tiivorce
from Iwr mother. At tie time i f thelhe he
was living in Mound City, and claimed
to have I'M considerably, and was a poor
and deserving man th a the re'ib f fund dis-burs-
of that pliu-.' hid badly treated;
while in reality he lo.t nothing, and was
well lixed as regards iimn-v mat lei s. After
tin: lire, he moved to Caii ', and by un
truthful and slanderous assertions, he at
templed to bring the authorities of the city
he had just left, into di-fepute. While
here, he b.'came enamofd ofa loose woman
and took her to his bosom, as the compan
ion ofhis trials and tribulations, and the
shanrofhis fortune or-misfortune, Well,
mist'irtuii" and troitb'.e have air -ady beset
his path, and while he awaits the mandates
of justice, in an iincheerfid cell of the
couiily jail, Mollie, if a 1 rue wife, mourns
her loneliness and the hrh fie-ss of the hon-ev-moon.
WHAT THE ,S(JU1R!' DONE
There, was but little bu-ines in the po
lice courts yesterday, ('-hun reports noth
ing for the day, and Robin- m and Comings
had but a single case each.
Jackson Clayton, 11 color. I man, lor car
rying concealed weapons in the shape of
an "Ailiansaw tooth-pick." was run into
Comings' office, by Officii' f-chtickers, and
given a time to leave the city or go to the
city Jail for a fine of ijej-VOn and costs.
Henry Snyder (Flip), larceny, was given
n show for liberty in the hhape of sjUdl) bail,
by Robinson. Ho could lint lln l the bail
and want lo the county jail.
A SAD ACCIDENT.
II11Y INSTANTLY KII.I.K1) liY A KliO OF NAILS.
Speclul Correopimdi'iii'u O.illjr llalletlu.
Anna, III., Dec. 2d, 1870.
flames Rice, a boy of about 13 years, fell
from a wagon load of goods at the freight
depot, and before he could recover himself
a keg of nails fell from the wagon striking
him on the head, mashing it in and killing
him instantly. The boy was the son of a
poor blind widow woman' and a quiet in
Parties who desire to learn "the German''
are requested to meet this evening at half
past seven, in room 111, Winter's Block.
Bv order of the committee.
Some time during Monday night, an en
trance was effected by burglars, to the
sleeping apartment of Mr. G. T. A. Gil
b.ut, a bartender at the ticket-office saloon.
Ohio Levee, and a tine overcoat, new hat
and other articles of clothing were carried
off. Suspicion rests on a colored man,
styled "Flip," lately employed 11nm.ui the
saloon, lie was seen at an early hour yes
terday morning with tho covercoal in his
possession, hut before the officers could
reach him, he ImAdisappcnrcd. lie is well
known to the police, and they expect to run
him in before long.
P. S Since writing the above, we leain
that "Flip." (Henry Snyderl was captured
by Constables Ilogan and Sheehan. and
Squire Robinson ln-ld him in bail of $100.
He went to jail. Tie.' overcoat was found
by officer Sliei.han, last cvciiiiiu, in the pos
session of a colored man on the tow-boat,
John Garret. He had purchased it for $'1.
We will offer Hid pieces Canton flannel,
at the extreme low price of seven cents per
yard. .1. Ih ui.r.n.
Commercial avenue between Seventh and
Eighth streets. .
The follow mt; steamers arrived at tiu
port yesterday: Joe Kinney, St. Louis to j
Vicksbtirg 7 p.m.: St. Genevieve. Mem- 1
phis to St. Louis 1 p.m.: City of Green- j
viile, 1cksl1urg to St. Loins -,
Idh-wild, from Evaiisvilh,' 4 p.m.; light
house steamer Lilie. from up the Ohio -4
11.111.; Fisk and Champion, from Padt;
cah on time.
The W. P. Halliday left St. Louis he!
night for this port and points below.
I. W. Garrett and barges loaded hen
vesterdav fir below.
--Memphis packet ' to-day will bt
Government tugs Ariadne cud Iris
left la-s night for CarrollMn.
Iron Mountain mid h.uft cleared for
New ( rieans la-t 1 veiling.
The Hihma'i dejiarted ibf o-,(.ia last
The Coils, Miller passed up Tuesday
night from Memphis to Cincinnati.
Elegant .lines of gimps and liingt .-. at ex
ceedingly low prices. J. Bnioi.-.n,
121 Commercial avenue,
WHERE WILL I go.
To get a good pair of Roots or Shoes made
to order, from the very be-t material; Go
to R. Join s, Commercial iivemie, Atheneiim
building. 'olkmaIlship and satisfaction
guaranteed. No lit, no pay. Pi ices to suit
the tinn .-.
Oi.D tiaii; run i.s at the barber shop of
J. George Mciiihoiise, on Eighth street, la ar
Ah-xandi r County Bank. Good barbers',
easy chairs, sharp razor.--, clean towels, etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut "n cents shaui 00
'.' cent.-, and other wi rk proi'ortioiui
Remember the place.
In chihirens' knitted wear.
J. Bi ui.i.i
Wimi.u s UeoN i s and every person
must be supplied with good boots or shoes,
The place to buv them is at C. Koch's shoe
. .,' . , 1 ,
s oie, No. ) , ( ommercia avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, where you will ai-
ways find the best ol St. Louis and Cincin-
imots and shoes on hand
1 ...1,1 !,, ! Tl nl.l.o !ll Cl,l
.11 ., 1 .-1 .in , i 1 i"ii. .in J . , ...
to their interest tocal! and examine prices
and goods before purchasing el.-ewhere.
Also, always on Ifluul a complete slock of
leather and findings.
A NEW SCHEME.
A line silver tea set will be drawn for at
Tichenian's billiard parlors 011 Christina
eve. Every pci-am paying for a game of
billiards will receive a ticket entitling him
to a chance in the drawing. Tickets can
not be obtained 111 any other way.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
Underwear in great variety, at the very
lowest prices, at J. Burgei's, Commercial
avenue, between Sevi nlhand Eighth streets.
Miss Alice M. Lane, a competent and
careful teacher, will open a private school
in Mrs, Phillips building, '.orner of Wash
ington avenue and Fourteenth street, com
mencing Momlny, December 1st. Children
up to third reader grade preferred. Terms.
tf'.'.OO per month. Application may be made
to her ut Mrs. Phillips' reshlenen as above,
us she will do no soliciting.
THE MOST ELEGANT LINES
Of ladies dolinas, circulars mid cloaks in
the city, at J. Ihirr's.
lAmcy Backs v.s. G-reoiibaqk.s.
I SHOW this Season a Splendid Line of FANCY BACK UNLIXED OVERCOATS,
Now nil the Rage:
Fancy Iack I'nliiied lTters and Fancy Hack
My Stock of Overcoats ( hanged once .since the loth of September. Bad Place to
liud Old Unfashionable Goods. Do not think for one minute that (.'heap Tailoring
Houses (calling their (mods "Costume Work") can give yon within '.'() to per
cent, as iiinch value a-
With his New York Broadway Shapes and Styles, and a Tremendously large As
sortment to Select Bom. .Mine are Prices that hurt Cheap Tailors," and make
A l-'iiio Silioi'iiiii I'Uti'V j tj.."n
l-'iiu' C'liiin-ill.'i Overcoat ........ O.rd
-V l-'mn-y H:irW Kny:tl l'l-tii' 1 'i.r,i 1
A Nobby Si'ot.-li Suit I.'.uo
Full Line of STYI.IMI FUBNISHIXG GOODS and
! 0I111 15. Stetson's I lilts
On Hand. Give me a Call, and I w ill be Happy to Show You through, mid even if
you are not jtit Ready to Buy. it will post yo'tt how Cheap I can sell von whet
y mi are Ready.
A. MA1LX, CLOTH I Kit,
(il Ohio Lever.
OYSTERS IN ANY STYLE.
Harry Walker has jut rtceiwd a, .h.rue
assortment of Vr- .-h oyster-, and will serve
them up in any -tele. You cmi go and get
tht-many way you want them. The oyster
counter is tim). r the mahau'tnu iit of
Hkm.v Mvi i:s.
PIG'S-FEET. SPARC ! liS. ETC.
At the pa.-kiii'.' hoiiseof Hinkle M.- n-,
on Coiniuerch'l avenu.-. pi's feet, -pat"
litis, liack bone.-, and other triuem'.ng in
large if siiKiH iti;ii:ti:ii s are for sale at vt ry
New hi for f.iitiiiv U-". in
v i:. - sjiei ial attention.
lo.oun FEATHER BEHs
, t - i to rcnovat
:tt tie leather foiindrv
of R.vl t.iid i'.a'!e : !v in Mr-. Bvri.es' b. did
i:iir. near St. P..:rick's chuich. Feat'cis
c'teaiisfd by -team, w a-uii. n, lirymg and
bleachie.g tii'iie in tie- same c lin-ii r. Sat-
tact, on "Uarantei d. Piice tir single lit d
eaiiv. 1 1
will he slu.'t.
Why will y-i'ii -uil.-r with the Dyspepsia
a;: I liv er romj.i int. t . -' i J :s t i and gen
ral 'i.-'osity v!."!i y..;: can get at old sl.i!".
Shiloli's Si tem ,:.iii,' rwiiici, we s' ll on
a po-itive guarantee to cure you. Price
lofts au I 71 ft-
Don't Hi. I i ( i n i.n.- ?.Jany pei sou s, .
"I haV'.i't "ot lie (' n u;;.; Tioii". vvi:-.-i) '
asked lo cine th.-ir Cor.-Ji with Siuioh's (
Con-uinpiioii ( ale. l),i they not know ,
that C.U'di- ii-a i ! 1 Con-emption and!
a remedy that will eure Con-Uiup- ,
lion will certainly and surely cure a ,
cougii cr any lui'g "! throat trouble. We'
know it w iil cure when ali others fail and 1
our faith in it i- so po-iiiie that we will re- '
fund the price paid if yon receive no bell- ;
t!it. Is not tiiis a f;.'r pmpiv-ition. Price i
lOcts. ,"il el.-, ami .fl.oii p, r bntiie. For
lailie Chest, Back or side. Use Shiloh's I
i- Porous Phisli r. Price :, it-. Fof -ale by'
11 vt KMj.T.vi k" a p "'U:.ir and fragrant
"rfui.ie. Sold be Ban lav Brothers.
A C.vuii To all who are su :'.'--i ing from
the errors and indiscretions of yoitiii, ner
vous weakness, early decay, less of inan-
aood, etc., I will send a receipt that will
cure you. i-iii;k of (ii.vi'.i.i.. This gnat!
reinedy was di-covered by a missioaaiy- it j
i South America. Send a sei!-i,ddres
velope to the Rl-'.V. .b isLI'll T. I.NMAN.
tion 1 . New York City.
M vi'i.KWuoii Bui.'iauM. ami j
1 .Ii:ki ::i!si), o Dec, 17. I77.
J i:. Wh.i.iam Gii.i-s. p;o We-t I'uoadwav
; New York: I i-:. 1: Sin Please -end na
,u" quart bottles of your Liniment ldi.h
Ammonia, dor horses.) During the oust
,. , ,11,.,, 1 , ri .
I two vears I have used it ill inv siable to ihi
(.:ir,"si,,M of all other liniments, it is- tin
' best thing I have ever seen fo,' eiiher man j
! '"' l"'a"t. I eoillil not t!o witooilt it.
I '.'" lose 1 man ior ).
I.. ..1 1 11.. 1 .1.... 1-. ,- .. j.-
Very truly yours, II. p. Wmu:.
Giles' Pills cures Billioiisness, Barclay
4 I.I. AllVKIITlSK.MKNTS In this e,.luoiii. d
1 V live linen eucll in- les mil lie 11 G 1 1 - li ' 1 lev-.Ti
i cnts eiery iii-.-rtinii : inouili, ..Vi; :l iuinili
run eli.-ilii'e. flam in'i- laiiiuli. Kiu-li mUl 1 1 inicil
line, .'p 1'i'llls. Mlniuliilih vullileil free.
Ilivlliiij.' Iiuuse mi t.Vli street, bciii ecu W'uHiiil
ami 1 . ilar, nil In .jinnl uni'liUou. I.uie r.'-iiieiire
ol I-'. Viiieeiii. Kiir piirt 1 t-n 1 11 ri njipty nl my re-l-ili'lli-e
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mi n?,nG"r !";i " l'"-l,Ml' l'o"''lt'"l. "M',.1 book of
II. ll piijjes, for the pria. of ll,e I'oiiner.
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