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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
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. nuuuiAuu. WEEKLY M'LLETIX. IN MEMORY
of tho leading buiitcM houses whoso advertise
ments nitty be found In Tin Bulletin.
C. O. I'atler A to,, Commercial avenue and Nine
Yocnra & tlroderick, Wash. Ave., tor. Eighth.
Nt-w York More, C. O. I'atler fe LV, Cor. Nine
teenth aud Commercial.
Dr. .1. H. Mirean: ofllro, 10 Commercial avenue.
Drs Learn 4 Wheeler, Eighth street,
Dr. W. C. Jocelyn, Eighth near Commercial .
Dr. E W. Wuiilock, l lo Commercial avenue
H. IT Cimd, No. 7" Ohio levee 'np stairs).
Knultable Life, of New York, corner Tweltll) anil
City National, Ohio levee.
JnUu Sprout, corner Twelfth and Levee,
E C. Ford. Corner Nintb and Commercial.
(i ZNEKAL DELIVERY open i :) a. m. ; cloies
VJ o: t) put. ; Suuday: 8 to V a. m.
Mot.y order Department open at 8 a. m.; doses
'rui'ou'ib Express Matin via Illluola Central 3:V)
a. Ill .
!lftppi Ceawal Rallroadi close at 9 p. m.
f'uirj and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
clo.-s at 1 p. in. , .
Way M.ili via TUInot Central. Cairo and Vln
eer.ne and Miss.ssippi Ceulral Kaliroad cloae at
':': p. :a.
Way .V..'. L: Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at
J:.'') . n;.
Ca'.rr u:.d Evausvlile Hirer Route closes at 2:30
i. tu. ii'..v iwxcept Friday).
M-tw-r-V B. Thistlcwood.
Trt'ijir''r Edward Dexonia.
Cler Denni. J, Fol-v.
Cour.L'lor--Wm. B. Gilbert.
Ma.-sn.aiJ C. Lallue.
boakd op lUiru".
Klr-t Ward-M J. Howley. . j
second Wsrd-LUTld T. Llte.'ar, C. K. wood-
"t'lIM Ward-W. P. Wright, Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patier. James Xynaaton
Fifth Ward-T W. Ualliday, Ernest B. I'ettlt.
Circuit JuJee D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Heve.
Countv Jtidife K. S. Yoenm.
County Clrrk-S. J Ifnmm.
Coantv Attonuv W C. Mjlkoy.
Coudiv Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Coroter K Fiiasera.c.
County Commissioners T. W. Halllday, J A
M. Uihb. Samuel Bnley.
E. Fourteenth street, between
I V W'a.nat and Cedar streets:
lar streets: services Sannatn t
a. a. ar.l 7:' p. m.; Sunday school i:i p. m.
fnHlTIAN-F.Uhteenlh ttruet; meeting Sab
V Oith I I. Wp m- , prencaiUK oivoiuuaij.
nH"KCn OF THE REDEEMER (BpUcopal)
Fourteenth street; ftundav sioromg prayera
a m.; even:nif prayers, .:) p. m.; Sunday
ech'jol :Ji. oi. Friday etentnic prayer 7. JJ p.
I'ltsT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUKCH.-
I Pnat hiaat M: a. m., S p. m.. and 7:J p. m
hiib'istL acbool at 7::W p. m. Ret. T. J. Shores
f rTUERAN-Thlrteenth itreet; ser1.l Sab
j ba'b 1W a n ; Sunday school p.m. KeT
A f ETHODIST 'or. Elfhth and Walnut streets
lp..rhlr.ir SahhRth a. m. and 7 p. m.
rayer nieetini. ed:n'siiay . . p. m. , cuuobjt
bcboul, i a m. Ret. U'hlttaker, pallor
"MHESBYTERIAN Eifhth street; preaching on
1 Sabbath at 11 :t a. m. aud 7:30 p. m.; prayer
meetlnff wertiiesaav at 7:3'jp. in.; nuauay bcqooi
at i p. Hi. P.cv. B. i . George, pae tor
CECONI) FREE WILL BAITIST - Fifteetth
L7 street, between Walnut and Cedar streets; ser
rices Sabimth at 3 and , : p. in
OT. JOSEI'II'S-diman Catboilc) Comer Cmss
O and Walnut streets; service sainaia io:ia.
m.; bunday School at p. m.; Vespers i p. m.; ser
ticcs every uuy a: 9 p. n
CT. PATUICK'S-K Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O street and wafhlnetun avenue; services nao
bath 3 and 1.) a. rn.; Vepers 3 p. m.; Snnday hebool
i p. ra. ; service every day at 0 p. m
Itev. F. abel,
H'OVAN S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE U
M ION. ho'd It regular weekly meetings In
the ha'.! of tbo Cairo Temperance Ketorni Ciun. ev
erv Thuriliy aliernoon, at :!: o clock, hvery-
body ii tuvite.l to attend.
II. MAUEAN, M. D.,
Hoiueoiiathic Physician and Surgeon.
O.Tlce lt Oi aaiercial avenne. Residence comer
Fourteenth St. and Wwhinirt'n avenue. Cairo
jyll E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OPficil No. Wi Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Math btreou
D E NTIST.
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commereial Avenue.
a week In your own town, $5 outfit free. No
risk. Header. If you want a business at
which Dcrxoni of either sex can make grevt
pay an the rime they worn, write for particulars, to
u, UALLUIT & cu.rortiuua
BO FIFTY CKXTrS. OO
Fall U oe. bottles. Bei? Combination.
Kisley's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil.
With Uypophospblte Llmoand Soda, wtthrepslne
It l hlirlily recntnmendad hv nhvslclans a tho
most ctfectaal and rullablo remedy for courIih.
colds, bronchitis, general debility, etc. ARreeably
llnvored. Pleasant to take. Aud can be retained
oa the wo ukcMstoruacb.
Tho Simplest, Surest and Jlost Reliable
Pure Distilled Extract of WITCH HAZEL,
Carefully prepare! ; Thoroughly reliable; Pull
strength: and cutial In lr.e of bottlu to ui.v :;;ade.
Cures sprains, bruises, wellluBa, chiilliiii', cut ),
wotiuds, boms, scalds, scald-bead, piles, sultrbcum
kln rrunttims. snre evea. sore mouth, tienmlirln.
luilnmimitury swollltik's, sore throat uud foracblnK
pain It Is undoubtedly tho greatest healing prej ar
tton ever used. Numerous testimonials run hn
Procured If desired
8ix ounce bottles cents; ptut bottlcsj, SO ceotg :
(J AV. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on nana
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "tr!nimlngs"are coarse sbavlntrs and make,
the best summer wood for cookliii! purpose as well
as the cheapest ever sold In Cairo. For bluck
mlih's use in setting tires, they are unequalled.
I.euve your orders at the Tenth street wood yard.
YOCUM & BHODEKICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIIiO - . ILLS
"The Ricbet B'ood. Swietei-t Breath, aud
Falreel iklu In Hop Litters.
' A little Hop Bitters saves big doctor bills and
That invalid wife, mother. ;str or child
ran be made the picture of health with Hop
When worn down and renJy to take your bed
Hop Dittera is w hat you uee
Don't physic and phvlc. for it w.ken and
destroy, but tske Hoii Bitters that build uu con
"Physicians of all sehool ne and recommend
Hop Bitters. Test them.
"Health Is beauty and Joy-IIop Bitter glvef
health aud beauty,
"There are more cures made with Hop titters
tbua ail o'her medicines.
"When the brain Is wearied, th nerves on
strung, the muscles weak, use Hop Bitters.
"That low. nervous fev r. waal of sleep and
weakuet-s. calls for Hop Bitttors-
Hop Consli Cure and Pitln Relief Is Pleasant
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
S T li V I
Itamirds me creat pK-aiire to bear te.;inio:iv to
tne heueflis I have receive! from ii:iil' l-'tllonr
vom -ouna svrnnoi Jivnoiihosnli tes I have rer.
cimmetidi-d it tnnuny of mv friends, und i'. ha
proved n excellent curative for Neroni,efS and
(ienera! Detiiiltv. It is a'.soa first rlRs Touic-ena-hies
a person to take on rleh rapidly, and is tree
from the constipating effects chnr:iclerillr of other
louics i nave triea. HENKV JOUNTUN,
Kt'iul Dr. Eiirle's Tcstiinuniiil.
Jill. Jam;.s I. Kei.iow. Manuf.irturincCheinirt.
!Mii,rurevorai mouths past I bavti used votir
Compound Syrup In the treatment of Incipient
l'lithisi. Chronic Bronchitis and other A:lectloii
of the Chet. nd I have no lieitatlon In statitii
that it ranks lorenio.'t aiuonust tboretnedlet used In
mosemsea-'e. lle.ui'nu esn.dleut nervous Tonic.
It exert adirert Inrluenre on the Nervous svstem,
and through It, It Invigorate the bod v. It afford
nie pleasure to recommend a remedy which is real
ly good In ca ses for which It is Intended, w hen so
niui.y advertised are worre than useless.
Iam, sir, yours ttuly, 'A. S. KAULE, Jn.M, D.
It cures Asthma Los of Volr. Nenrakda. St
Vitus' Dance, Epileptic Fits. Wbooniug Couch.
Nervouslie. and Is a most wonderful adjunct to
inner reinuuies in susiummg llie during tnu pro
ci s of Diptheria.
Do not be cU'ceived by remedies bearing ft simi
lar name; no other preparation is a
substitute tor this under uny
SOLD BY ALL DHl'UUISTS.
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WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD BOCBDOX AND RYE WHISKIES,
French Branch. Etc.
Xo. 137 Ohio Leveo.
Open at all Uonrs, Da? and Nilit,
The Weekly Bulletin.
PUBLISHED OX JIOXDAY
S2.00 Per Annum
The Weekly BnUetin.
STEAM JOB OFFICE
All Kinds of Job Work
Estimates furnished and orders from
abroad promptly attended to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet.
iiuil Quarter Sheet Posters and
iTogriuuines, in uiuck or colors.
T.. . f . T- 1 H a
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
leads, Statcincuts, BilU Lading:, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Weddltiff limitations, Book Work,
Etc.. Etc.. Etc. Etc.
OF OKPIIA M. B. WILSON, AGED FOURTEEN
MONTHS AND EIGHT DAYS, DACOHTEIl OF
ITAItKY E. AND MAIIY A WILSON.
The shadows blend with tho sunbeams;
tho rhymer dreams of faith, and hope, and
sunset lights, iu the same world where
amidst the husks we see tho flitter of Fol
ly's cap and bell; tho brown leaves tf
autumn drop one by one on the hem of
summer's rose-spangled garment; and last
not least, this truth remains with us in the
midst of summer's gold, or winter's gleam
ing snows, "in the midst of life we are in
death." And thus death cinne to their
home while they dreamed their sweet
dreams m the "midst of life," and now,
they watch no more o'er the cradle of their
sleeping child. They listen in vain for the
sound ot the tiny pattering feet.
Their home is silent so silent. Death
h8 lecn,ttywrad the sorrow borne of his
presence, fills each yearning heart and
casts its gloom about the household shrine.
A little child with blue eyes and golden
hair, and warm caressing baby fingers,
came into this Jdirn world, God's perfect
gift of love, to brighten their earthly home,
and they rejoiced with fond words, and
tender enres and thanksgivings for the
priceless trust, and up into the face of its
mother smiled the baby girl, and she kiss
ed its lips, and smoothed its pale golden
hair, thanking God fur a gift so fair.
But ah! how f,oon i'roru its sweet nest of
gladness hath the birdliug flown.
Dear friends while giving back the pre
cious trust shall we rebel?
Shall wc murmur, knowing that the
darknoss of the valley of death opens into
the purple distance fair of Heaven's light?
There wa a time when lookiu; down
L'lion a dear fuce, w hite aud cold,
I wept because she could not live,
Life's sw eet mysteries to unfold.
Dit that n when with youth's t harmed eyes,
And haunting dream, a picture fuir.
I saw the cloudless future snread-
No gloomy skies, nosludsws there.
There was a time wUea lookinj down
l'jon mj darling's gold-brown hair.
I wept because the coffin-lid
Must hide Its golden aheea so f..!r
But tow when lookin; la the face
Of some dead frk-nd, I smile to know,
That he housed from life's chill storms.
For whom I grieved so Ion? a?o.
Thy baby Orpha i not dead,
Though we shall see har here no more.
She lives 'midst fresh, and biooavn; shades,
Her dear feet touch a brighter shore;
The tears a:a In thy mournful eyes.
They m listen" d all her ?o'.dea hair.
Grieve no.thy dar'.in; Is not dead
She livi-s In Ueavi-n aa ar.jel fair.
The dances', c'.ouds may veil thy sky.
Life's bitter storm arouLd thee beat,
Thy child U sate by sinsisj brooks,
Storms can not reach that safe r-;treat
Uow swoet lo know thy precious flower,
With ail the freb dew o'er it spread,
Unfold its leaves in Paradise,
To live and bloom she Is not dead!
A Remarkable Anti-periodic and
Tonic. 'Cimiio-Qiinnini:," Pronounced
superior to Sulphate-Quinine by physicians,
because it produces uo disagreeable effect
upon the head or stomach. Dose is the
same as the Sulphate, and price is only
$1.50 per ounce. Sold by all Druggist.
Fent. postage paid, on receipt of price by
Billings, Clait & Co., Chemists, Boston,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice is h 'reby given to all persons not
to harbftr, trust or give credit to my former
wife Mary, on my account, for I will pay
no bills ot her contracting. G. Lvmmer.
Cairo, 111.. Oct. 4. 1S30.
L t on northeast corner Commercial ave
nue, and Tenth street. Cheap.
M. J. Howley, Real Estate Agent.
It is no vile druisred stuff, nreteudinir to
be made of wondeil'ul foreign roots, bal ks,
etc., and puffed up by long bogus certifi
cates cf pretended miraculous cures, but a
simple, pure, effective medicine, made of
well known valuable remedies, that fur
nishes its own certificates by us cures. Wc
refer to Hop Bitters, the purest and best ot
medicines. See another column. Repub
lican. ' TO MERCHANTS.
M. Hugh Barton will, on to morrow,
commence canvassing for advertisements
for the Threatre Comique's house pro-'ram-
mc. This "programme" is a good adveitis
ing medium for our merchants, etc. since
fifteen thousand of them are being dis
tributed every week.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIE'l Y,
ot the Methodist church, will give an oyster
supper, tor the benefit of the church in Tem
perance hall on Thursday evening. Admis
sion 5 cents. Oysters, pickles, slaw, bread
and butter, and coffee 23 cents, Ice cream
and cake extra.
The following correspondence explains
St. Louis, October 1st, 1880.
Mr. A, T. OeOaun, Cairo, IUlnoi.
Dkaw Sm Your favor of tho 28th. to
hand, Iu reply will say that I do not com
pete in prices with tho packers you men
tion, as I pack only first-class stock and
full cans: if you wish jrivo thoso parties a
trial aud I am satisfied what the result
will be. Awaiting your further orders. I
remain, Yours respectfully,
I keep ouly the abovj orsters. Am sell
ing ova's at 40 cents; extra selects at (10
ceutu per cau. A. T. DeDacn.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CiitCAfiO, October C, 10 A. si.
Pork November, 13; January,
Corn October, 39B'c; November,
Oats October, 29c; November, 29c.
Wheat-October, 03'8'c; November,
Chicago, October 0, 12 m. .
Pork November, $13 23; January,
Oats-Cash, 29,5bC; November, 295,,'c.
Corn -October, SD.ic; November,
Wheat -October, 94c; November,
Chicago, October C, 1 p. si.
Pork October, f 13 00.
Lard October, $3 15.
Wheat October, 94i'c;
Corn October, 390;
Oats -October, and November, 29c
NEW YOKK GKATN.
New York, October. 0, 12:01, p. m.-Wheat-irregular-No.
2 Chicago,! 1 08
l 09; No. 3 Milwaukee, $1 OS109;
red winter, $t 05&1 14; No. 2 red win
ter, $1 09i.
Corn quiet, No. 2, 52c.
Liverpool, October 6, 2 :00 p. m.
Wheat and corn, unchanged.
Cairo, III., October 5, 1880
Present Mayor Thistlewood and Alder
men Blake, Ualliday, Howley, Hinkle,
Linegar, Pettit, Saup and Swoboda 8
Absent ratier and Smith 2.
On motion of Alderman Blake, the min
utcs of the lust regular and cntervening
meetings were approved without reading.
The following ordiuance, laid over under
the rules at last meeting, was read the sec
Ac ordinance amending Section 1. Chapter XV of
the Revised Ordinance.
lie it ordained by the city council of the city of
Section 1. That section 1 of chapter XV of the
revised ordinance lie amended eo as to hereafter
Sec. 1. No railroad eomnanv nr rnnitnrtni- n.
Clneer or other employe of any railroad company,
or other person managing or controlling any loco
motive, einjine, car or train upon any railroad
irnis,. ouuii. niiuui me corporate limns or tho city
of Cairo, ruu or cause or i"u:rer or permit to run
any eucn locomotive, engine, car or train nnder
ui9 or meircnarge or control upon any nucn rail
road track ata speed exccedluirthe following; Pas
eeucer trains at a gpeed not to exceed tea miles an
hour; all other trains, earn, engines or locomo
tives ui a speen not exceeding eix miles au hour
On motion of Alderman Linegar, ordin
ance as read was adopted by the following
Ayes Blake, Ualliday, Howley, Hinkle,
Linegar, Pettit, Saup and Swoboda 8.
REPOItTS OF CITY OFFICEI'.S.
Report of Edward Dezonia, city treasurer
for month of September, 1380, was read,
and, cn motion of Alderman Ualliday, re
ferred to city clerk tor verification.
Report of D. J. Foley, City Comptroller,
for the month of August, 1880, showing
the expenditures and balances in the sev
eral appropriation funds up to September
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00 31IT7 80 3i 40
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2'0 OO W 35 1!U 65
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Foil WlUT ACCOUNT.
Board uf Health.
On motion of Alderman Pettit received
ond ordered printed with tho proceedings.
Reports of A. Comings aud O. A. Osborn,
justices of tho peace, for tho month of
September, 18S0, were read, and on motion
of Alderman Pettit referred to city attor
ney for verification.
Report of Geo. E. Olmsted, police mag
istrate. was read, and on motion of Alder
man Pettit referred to city attorney for veri
fication. Report of John Cain, city jailor, for
month of September, showing number of
days prisoners having served, was read and
on motion of Alderman Linegar received
nEPORTS QF COMMITTEES.
Alderman Ilowlcy, chairman committee
on streots, reported verbaly In refference to
gravel coutract, stating causes assigned by
TIT n - -at -a- w. .
contractor for his failure in supplying grav
el. Alderman Linegar moved that tire chair
man of the committee on streets be In
structed to notify Mr. Nellis that he will
be held responsible if he does not comply
with his contract. Motion carried.
Finance Committee reported having re
ceived from Edward Dezonia, city treas
urer, fifty seven hundred 49-100 dollars
(45700 49) in cancelled city orders, and
ono coupon for fifteen dollars (15 00) all
of which they have this day destroyed by
On motion of Alderman Pettit report re
ceived and placed on file.
Alder Saup, chairman committee on po
lice, jail and fire department, reported ver
bally that the committeo tested portion of
hose received, and that hosedid notstandteBt
guaranteed. Also riad correspondence be
tween Cleveland Rubber Co. and city clerk
relating to same.
Special committeo appointed to estimate
value of lota to bo laid ofl on railroad
strips submitted the following report.
Cairo, September 27, 1880.
To tho Hon. the Mayor and City Council of the cltv
Gentlemen The undersigned, commit
tee appoiuted May 19, 1680, to estimate tho
value of lota to bo laid off in the "Railroad
Addition" to Cairo, (formerly railroad
strip) as provided by ordinance No. 45
approved May 14, 1880, beg leave to report
now as to lots 27 and 28, in block No. 13,
in said railroad addition. Wo have agreed
upon the following prices for said lots,
Lot No. 27, (fronting 9 ft 6 in on
railroad alley) 05 qq
Lot No. 28, (fronting 90 It l'in on
railroad alley) 400 00
Regarding the remainder of the lots, wo
would say that wo are not now prepared to
fix prices on them and would therefore ask
further time to report thereon.
D. T. Linegar,
M. J. Howley,
Louis II. Myers,
Alderman Linegar moved that the report
be approved, and when the price is paid
the proper parties bo authorized to convey
the property, with tho understanding that
the city shall not be held liable for any
damage caused by tailure of the city to
carry out the improvements as contempla
ted by the ordinance authorizing sale of
said property. Motion carried by the fol
Ayes Blake, Ualliday, Howley, Hinkle,
Linegar, Pettit, Saup and Swoboda -8.
Alderman Hinkle presented the follow
Cairo, October 5th, 1880.
To the Hon. the Mayor and cty Council of tho cllw
Gentlemen We, the undersigned of
ficers of the Cairo Street Railway company,
most respectfully petition your honorable,
body to grant the said
railway company the right to
construct, operate and maintain a horse
street railway over portions of the follow
ing streets, to-wit: On Second street, from
the Ohio Levee ro Washington avenue;
thence on Washington avenue to Twenty-
eighth 6trcct, and on Twenty-eighth street,
lroui St. Mary's park to Commercial avenue,
under such ordinances as you mav deem
W e also present herewith a petition of
the property owners on said line or proposed
Jacob A Goldstine, pres't.
W. Stratton, treasurer,
Tuomas Lewis, secretary.
Accompanying said petition was tho fol
Cario, September 30, 1880.
To tho lion. Mayor and City Council of tho city
Gentlemen: We tho undersigned own
ers of property on Second street, Washing
ton avenue und Twenty-eighth street, most
respectfully petition your honorable body to
grant to the Cairo Street Railway Company
the right over iiortioas of the oforesaiJ
streets and avenue, to locate, construct.
operate and maintain a horse railway, un
der such ordinances as you may deem ex
pedient. George Fisher,
Jno. II. Oderly,
R. S. Yoccm,
B. F. Parker,
M. J. Howley,
Du. W. Wood,
A. A. IIarell,
And Many Others.
On motion of Alderman Saup referred
to committeo on streets.
CI.AIM3 AND ACCOUNTS.
Salary bill of city officers for tho month
of September was presented as follows,
N. B. Thistlewood, mayor fll 67
I). J. Foley, clerk 75 OX)
Edward Dezonia, treasurer 50 00
C. Lallue, marshal lOdavs 40 00
. II. Robinson, marshal 14 davs.. . . 35 00
Win. B. Gilbert, corporation counsel 91 67
W. E. Heudrick, attorney 20 83
Georgo Olmsted, magistrate 23 00
J. C. Lallue, polico coustablo 14 days 23 00
Henry Dunker, police constable... GO 00
John P. Hogan, " " .... CO 00
W.F.Shuckcrs, " " - ....00 00
Warren Wims, " " .... 00 00
John Tyler, " .... CO 00
Patrick M. Lally, " " .... CO 00
S. M. Orr, health officer 73 00
Chas. Thrupp, city engineer 75 00
Alderman Saup moved to allow salary
Motion carried by the following vote.
Ayes Blake, Ualliday, Howley, Hinkle,
Linegar, Pettit, Saup and Swoboda 8.
Nays None. ;. . ,'
cosTiNCEOoN xnino tvo."!