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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MOANING, DECEMBER 10, 1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 116.
CANDY WALKING CANES,
CANDY DOLLS and FRUITS
'We want everybody 1o stop and see the Ross Show Window for Santa Chins.
We call imrtioiiliir iittent'on to tin citizens of Cairo ami surrounding country to t ho fact that we arc the only manu
facturers in Kurypt.uml invite everybody to test our CundieH, and if there is tiny adulteration in them we will present
yon with our store, l'urents not vihiuff to poison their children with cheap trash .should purchase from
I U.SA.a.lJ,S FsK.-tory.Cor.EiKhthSt.and Washington A.vg.
KOIH.SE II. LEACH, M. !).,
Phvsieiau and Surt
rpcil mention paid t'i t In- Hoir-oiat hit treat
Blunt of vrarif ical diseases, and diseases of Women
mid rlill()r'ti. ,, , ,
Office: No. 10 Eighth street, near Commercial
avoue, Cairo, Ilia.
H. MAREAN, M. P.,
Homeopathic l'liysician and Surgeon.
OSlee I'M Commercial avenue. Residence orner
fun rt... '!,ili St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
jjl! !:. Y. WMTLOCK,
ori K-No 1?. Commercial Avi nuc, between
KijTiitli n'id Ninth Street
jjl! W. C. JOCKLYN,
IJ K N T 1ST.
Ol'I'lrE-Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE I1Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
TACKED FOR SMITING.
Oar Loads u Specialty.
o f k l c; :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
wood, y An.
( W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
couitantly on nana
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
mi.- ili.immina".A sar aliawlrwa And mftkt
the bout mnnmiT wood for cooking puroesan wWI i
i i 4 i"ut.i Vo ltlnrlr. I
.mith'i UK?lncettinetln;fl, they arc uuptiiullcd
l.puve your orden at the Tenth Btrcet wood Ard
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W.T. HALLWAY, Prcildent.
H. L. UALLIDAY, Vlce-I'rldent.
TU03. W. UALLIDAY, Cahler.
t. WAATI TATWR, W- BAIXIDAT,
UIKBT L. BAU.IU4T, B. B. CUNNINUUAIC,
. U. Wnj4AII0, "!! EN BIIID,
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonda
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
DopofltcreccWed and t general banking bnalneri
Commercial Avenue and Eiffhth Street.
O I' F I C K It B:
v. ltnoss, rrcniiioiit,
1'. NKKK, Vleo l'roolilont.
II. WKI.LN. Caablcr.
T. J. KKUT1I, AMlnturt Caolilor.
K. UroM, CBlroi William Klniw, Cnlri;
Peter Nell', Cuiro; Willliim Wolf, t'alro;
O. M. OKtcrUih, Cttlroi C. O. l'alliir. CHlroi
K, A. lliulur, Cairo; .1. Y, CUunaon, C'ulodonU;
II. Wolle, Cuiro.
A GENERAL HANKING M'SINKSB DONE.
KxclianKnaoldBtidhoiiRht. Inleroat lftlcl In
Uih HaviiiK Deiiarlmcnt. Collitcliutil inndo nud
All bunliu'KK promptly a'tundgd to.
CAN!) Y FACTO BY.
M C 6.
- H -
YOCUM it R RODE RICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
STOVES AND TIN" WAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot ami Dcakr in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
AM. KINHS OK JOn WOKK DONE TO OI1DKU.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois'
10 CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June 7th, am) until lurthcr
notice the ferryboat will make tripi as follown:
LEATia LEAVES LEAVES
Poet Fonrtb at. MlMotirl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'R.
8:no a. in. S::io a. m. fl a. m.
10:iX)a. ru. 11):) a.m. 11a.m.
S:im p. m. 2::i . m. S p. m.
4:Wp.m. 1;:p.ra. &;iK)p.m.
2 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3 p. m
POR NEW ORLEANS.
Tbc fine r-aMODRor Steamer
SiiJOIIN A. SCUDDER.
CARTER, : : : : : : : Master.
Wilt leave tbe landing
Thursday Eve'g, December 10,
At 5 o'clock p. m.
For frelizbt or paence apply on No. 3 wharf
hoat TUUS.W. SUIKLPS, Agent.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
JJALLIDAY BROTHERS, '
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hiirbest Cash Price raid for Wueat.
(il'.OCERIES, BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE ROSTOX STORE.
st a pi ;r: m ui iwsc y
G II-O CI 3 II I ES
Provisions, Green, Dried and Canned
Fruits. (Quells, Glass Wood
BOOTS axd SHOES
The Ri'st Rrand of Flour
a! ways on Lbril.
N. n.-Co.:r.try Produce takt-n. All Orders
Cor. Wiuhlnjton Ave. acdTcutli St.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS.
JjjOOTS AXD SHOES.
All Sorte, Style and Size at
C. Iv O C H'S,
Manufucturcr and dealer
la the finest Hacd-Scwed nd I'epsed Hoots and
Shoe of all the latest atyies, from the bet
St. Louis and Ronton
Mannfacturera. Hag the lart and beet selected
slock to be fouud in tbe city fur
Men's Roys', Ladies' and Children's
wear, at ihelowe't poiible prices. Always on band
a complete clock of leather and fiudinje.
Rubbers, etc., etc.
No. !) Commercial Ave. I , Til
Het. Fifth and Sixth St. t 1(1111.1,111.
$i:Y YORK STORE,
WIIOELSALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIKR & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street) flJvn Til
Commercial Avenue J villlt, 111.
I!y virtue of an execution lesued out of the
cb ik'e olllco of tbe circuit court of Alexander
county, and Mate of Illinois, and to me directed,
w hereby 1 am commanded to make tbe amount of a
certain ludnment recently obtained against Frank
Irvviu, In favor of liertianl McMiiNtis, out of the
IiiihIs. tenements, soods mid cballles of the said
h'rtmk Irwin. I have levied on tbe following de
scribed property, to-wlt: The southwest quarter
of tbe southwest quarter of section twenty-five (U5)
In township fifteen (1T) and in rano two (i) we?t
of the third principal meildian, containing 40
nrres. Therefore, according to said command.
1 shall expose for salo nt public auction, all tho
right, title and luterest of the above named Frank
Irwin In and to tho above described property,
at Vi o'clock, a. m., on the lilh day of Jan
narv, liH1, at the westerly door of tho court
house In Cairn, Illinois.
Dated nt Cairo, Illinois, this 1.1th iluv of Decem
ber, 1860. JOHN HODGES.
Sheriff Alexander County,
QIIE RIFF'S 8ALE.
Hy virtue ol an exccntlHn Issued ont of the
clerk's ollice of the circuit court of Alexander
county, and state of Illinois, and to me directed,
whereby 1 am commanded to make tho amount of
a rertnin.ludgment obtained In said conrt at tho
January term, A. D. 1K7t, thereof, against John II.
llrnwn, in fimir of Alfred H. Saffurd, asslgneo ol
Alexander II . Irvlu, out of the lands, tenement,
goods and chattels of thesald John II. llrown. I
nnve levied on the following described property, to
wlt j Tho northwest quarter of tho northwest quar
ter of section tl, in township 18 8. of R. 1 W.j also
the northwest quarter ol the southwest quarter of
section In township IB, 8. of H. 1 W. ; also tbe
northeast quarter of tho southeast quarter of sec
tion !i. In township 15. 8. of It. 3 W. ; and all that
part of tho southeast quarter of tbo southeast
quarter of section 3, In township 15, 8. of It. 1 W.
not laid olT and platted In town lots; also all that
part of the southvt'ent quarter of tbe southwest
quarter of section .:)! tn township 15, 8. R. 1
V. not laid off and platted In town lots; also nil
the following town lots in tho town of Vulty: lots
1 to 5, Inclusive In block 1 ; lots t and !l, in blnek
lots 1 and .'I, in block il: lots 1 to 4 Inclusive, In
block 4: lots I to 7 Inclusive, tn blork 7; lotK 1 to 7
Inclusive, in block H.and lots 5. J, 4, 5, 0 and 7, tn
block1', all of said property being situate In the
county of Alexander and sintu ol Illinois. There
fore, according to said comnund, I shall expose
for sale at public miction, all the right, title and
interest of the a hove mimed John II. llrown, In
nr.d to the above described property, nt 1 1 o'clock
a. in., on Thursday, the (Jlh day of January 1WI,
nt the southwesterly door of the court lioute, In
the cltv of Cairo, In the Rtnttinf Illinois.
Dated nt Cairo, lllluols, this tilth dav of Decem
ber. I!'). JOHN IIODUKS
Sheriff Alexander county, llllnoll.
The or'iin Philip Phillips uaos in his
roucortu was built especially for him, and
is so constructed that it can he folded up,
and made to look like ri trunk. In that
shape it it shipped from place to place, and
notwithstanding the tunny journeys it has
taken ami the haul knocks it has recived,
its Mne is stiil pure, ntul under tho skillful
touch of its owner, it produces music equal
to any of i:s larger brethren.
- The Globe-Democrat is surprising tho
newspaper world liypublif hiiig',Endymion"
on the installment plan. The O-I) mu.it
hare wandered hack to the balmy days ot
infancy if it supposes that its sub.-cribers
prefer to dra;; their slow lengths along with
the story for six months when they can pur
chase the Franklin Square edition for fif
teen cents, and scoop in the whole feast at
a couple of sittings. Some think it is a
dark scheme between McCullough and old
tteak, but that suspicion is probably with- '
out foundation. The western blanket sheets
are incomprehensible. They'll be printing
th ieviarUit)le before long.
America still smiles beneficently upon
the disaffected and persecuted inhabitants
of loreign lands, and gives them warm
welcome to her shores. The latest notice
able arrival is a number of German socialists
who have Ken expelled from Hamburg.
These reached New York Sunday night,
and were given a reception at the Germanta
assembly rooms. In consequence of their
hasty expulsion from the Fatherland, many
of them are destitute even of the neces
saries of lite, and a subscription list is be
ing circulated in their behalf by their New
York friends. Those who are unable to
support themselves in that city will be
forwarded to 'the farming regions of tin
interior. There they will have an oppor
tunity to forget their unhappy socialistic
ideas, and to learn something of the noble
science of agriculture.
TjjeRtlleti.v effioe has printed two
thousand copies of a telephone directory
and hand book of useful information for
the city of Cairo, which will be distributed
to-day. Messrs. Stone and Marshall, who
are the publishers of the Jxok have succeed'
ed in making it one of the most useful lit
tie volumes ever pubhsucd in Cairo. It
cotains the names of our officials city and
county the names of our churches, their
pastors and the hours of services,
besides the advertisements of our principal
business houses and professional men, but
is especially designed to benefit the sub
scribcrs to the telephone. Its contents are
well artanged, gotten up with scrupulous
care to its correctness and may be regarded
as thoroughly reliable. It is neatly printed
on the best book paper and is, in short, a
very representable little volume, which is a
credit to the publishers.
Geo. Washington, a colored man, was
yesterday Cued fifteen dollars by Judge
Olmsted, for being a vagrant, and having no
money, was given a stay of an hour to make
himself invisible in Cairo. He availed
himself of the opportunity and left for
parts unknown. A woman named Ella
Davis was next brought before the judge,
charged with disorderly conduct. She
took a change of venue to the supreme court
and was there found guilty and fined.
Addie Hill, whose conduct had been
disorderly, was next fined five
dollars and costs, which she paid
and went on her way rejoicing
The last case was that of a colored man
named James Daniels, for conducting a
gambling den in tho second story of a
brick building near the council chamber on
Commercial avenue. He was lined fifteen
dollars and costs in all about twenty-five
The organ rolled its notes frem the
growling diapason to the gentle Uute; and
the congregation accompanied by deep
sepulchral coughs to coughs, scarcely audi
ble, because- they had not yet heard of tho
wonderful efficacy ot Dr. Bull's Cough
My son had a badly swelled neck, and a
sore throat. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
cured him in 48 hours. My wife's foot was
much inflamed; Eclectric Oil cured her iu
one day. I. IJ. Bloomkk, Virgil, N. Y.
Pai l 0. Scnuoit,Agent.
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth.nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will euro you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph
T. Innian, Station D, New York City.
"May we nover want a friend or abottlo
to give him." A bottle of Dr. Thomas' Ec
lectric Oil, which cures cuts, wounds, burns,
scalds, etc. Paul 0. St uiit, Ag't.
Dr. Kline's Great Ncrvo Restorer is tho
marvel of tho age for all Ncrvo Diseases,
AH fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
Btreet, Philadelphia, Penn.
Yii'iniii City, Nevada.
Just heard from Tom Harris, Virginia
City, Nevada; ho writes that tho
doctors had given up nil hopes ot saving
him. Ho had Albuinenaria in tho worst
form; was induced to try Spring Blossom.
He is now bossing his stamping null as
usual. Prices, 50 cents, trial bottles 10
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CitiCAoo, December 15, 10 a. m.
Pork January, $12 H0(15 83J ;
December, $12 !)7.
Corn January, aiijjCjDcceinDcr, !W';!e;
May, 4-1 Jic.
Oats January, .'il7uc; May, IJGo.
Wheat February, $1 0.'; January,
CniCAiio, December 15,12:00 m.,--Pork
Jai.uuy, $12 !).'..; February,
Corn May, -Mjc, January, Sft'c.
Oats Cash, 31 c ; M ay, Win ; January.
Wheat January, $1 01.j; February,
ft OiH; December, $1 OOJi.
Chicago, December 15, 1 v. u.
Pork December, $11 750712 00.
Lard December, $H 25.
Wheat -December, 1 00'.; January,
$1 00)(; February, $1 Otl 01 .V
Corn-December, 3!!4'c; January, 30'4'c;
May, 44 a'c.
Oats -December, 31) jC; January, ."la;
NEW VOHK OllAIN.
.New York, December, 15, 12:01,p.m.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Chicago
$1 lOCil 18; No 2 Milwaukee,
$1 1961 20; red winter, l 130
1 23; No. 2 red winter, $1 18.
Corn-No. 2, 58c.
Liverpool, December, 15, 2:00 r.
Wheat and corn unchanged.
(Regular Meeting )
Caiiio, IU.. Dec. 1 1th, 1880. f
Present Mayor Thistlewood and Alder
men Blake, Halliday, Ilowley, Petitt,
Smith and Saup 0.
Abscut Iliukle, Linegar, Patier and
On motion of Alderman Sitip, minutes
of last meeting was approved, without
Clerk submitted report ot commissioners
appointed under ordinance No. 45.
Alderman Ilowley moved to lay report
ItEI'OUTS OF COMMITTEES.
Commitee on claims reported back tho
following bills, recommending payment on
same as follows:
MISCELLANEOUS CLAIMS LABOR O.N KAIL'
Tim Clifford, 25 days, foreman $ 50 00
M. Driscoll, 24 .Vj days 32 7;j
Thos. Loyd, 21 j days 28 C8
John Higgins, 234 Jays 31 38
M. Murry, 7).,' days 10 12
P. Magner, 19 '4 days 25 98
Wm.Tobin, 2.fdays 3 37
Price Collius, 12 J.,' days 10 87
Ed. Riggin, 2 days 3 71
Dennis Uleson, 7,'i days 9 78
Tim Hussian, 18 days 24 30
Roy Ivilmartiu, 4 ;.; days 0 0'
Mike Kilmartin, 3 days 4 05
Thos. Morgan, 4 days 5 40
John Grady, 4 days 5 40
J. E. Green, 15 J.i days 20 93
J. S. Hawkins, 14 0-10 days, brick
mason at $3 43 80
LAUOK ON STREETS.
John Furguson, 7Jj days 10 12
M. Hauluhun,12?..i days 10 87
P. Mastersou, 14 days 19 23
M. llandrahan, 14J4' days 19 23
Jno. Jefferson. 11 days 14 85
II. Dawson, 11. days 15 52
Chas. Wheeler, 10 days' " ' 13 50
W. Stanton, 10 days 13 50
Peter Dowd, 3 days 4 05
LAHOlt WITH TEAMS.
Jas. Ross, 9 days 20 12
David Thistlewood, 20 days. . . . 50 37
P. Carraher, S;1 days 15 81
P. Fitzgerald, 5 days 15 Vi
Wm. Garin, 1 days 4 13
L. Loath, i days 4 12
E. Fitzpatrick, 10 days 44 00
John Cain, labor with prisoners 2
days 3 00
Wm. Thrupp, 5 days asssistmg en
gineer 7 50
LABOR ON SIDEWALKS.
J. Keating, 24 days $ 32 40
Clins. Duukin, 10 days 21 00
E. Fitzpatrick, draying lumber .... 5 00
P. Walder, draying 24 loads lumber. 0 00
J. O'Donnell, draying 5 load lum
ber 1 25
M. Powers, draying 1 load lumber. 25
Frank Jenkins, building 179 feet
cinder sidewalk on north side
Fourteenth street between Wal
nut and Cedar, at 22 ccuts .... 39 38
M. P. Cullannn, 5 kegs nails 13 75
C. W. Henderson, 2 files 20
J. S. McGahey, sidewalk lumber. . 110 00
Hallidays Bros.. 8 loads cinders. . . 3 00
Haliiday Bros., 8 barrels cement. . 14 00
L. II. Meyers, commissioner on np-
praismcnt ol lots on R. li strip. 7 50
M. Eastorday, same 7 50
J. Klein, 2,000 bricks 10 57
Vincent, 0 bbls. cement 10 50
John Cain, dieting prisoners 193
days at 40 cents 70 80
John Cain, 80 extra meals to pris
oners beforo trial 10 00
C. W. Wheeler, 1 ton coal tor jtiil . . 3 00
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed in
jail 3 W
Cairo City Coal Co,, 1 ton coal for
iail 3 50
R. II. Cunningham, rent of council
chamber for November 10 00
Cairo City (las Co., gas consumed
in clerk's olMcc 1 ;jf)
M. Oalvin, removing garbage in
November 45 00
Pettis & Bird, 1 bucket for health
D. B. Thistlewood. draying mtin to
hospital l 00
Cairo Bulletin, publishing proceed
ings etc 7 00
NT. B. Thistlewood, money advanc
es for freight ami labor on
stone 17 47
John Chmrv, 2 buckets 50
Belli; Halliday, 577 feet 2 in oak
lumljor 11 55
James Powers, repairing tools 1 35
1 1111 (rorman, salary as street super
intendent 00 00
II. T.Oerould, 590 feet 12 in 400
feet II in 350 feet 15 in sewer
pipe 331 47
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed
tn police headquarters 7 50
Cairo City Conl Co., 3 tons coal for
police headquarters 5 00
A. Comings, percentage on fines
(oller'ted. . '. 13 00
O. A. Osboin, same 3 50
Chas. New land, testing hose 5 40
Win. But ton, cleaning hose for ship-
mmt 2 50
S. Bradley, dr.iying man to jail. . . 25
Thos. Walder, draying dead animal. 25
II. T. Gerouhi, repairs on pumps.. 13 85
Cairo stave and barrel factory, 4
privy tubs 5 00
W. E. Hendricks percentage on fines
Committee recommended $18.15 in full
of said bill.
(During the reading of bills Aldermen
Patier and Swoboda appeared in their
On motion of Alderman Blake report of
committee received and bills allowed as
recommended, by the following vote.
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Ilowley, Patier,
Pettit, Smith, Saup and Swoboda 8.
Committee on claims reported back tho
following bill to council for action.
R. Taylor, 3 nights patrol duty, $0.00.
Alderman Ilowley moved to receive re
port of committee and allow bill. Motion
lost by the following vote.
Ayes Halliday, Ilowley, Pettit, Smith
and Swoboda 5.
Nays Blake, Patier and Saup 3,
Committee on police, jail and fire depart
ment reported having tested hoso received
in exchange for hoso previously tested, and
would recommend that the same bereceived
aud further recommended that the clerk be
authorized to order two play pipes, one for
the Hibernian Company and one for Arab
Company. Said pipes to bo purchased un
der the directions of committee on police,
jail and fire department.
Aldsrman Ilowley moved to receive and
concur in report.
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Ilowley, Patier,
Pettit, Smith, Saup and Swoboda 8.
Committee on claims reported hack tho
following bill of Cleveland Rubber Co.
for hose and suctions for fire department, a
per invoice, $3,340.50, recommending pay
ment of same less $23.73 for freight and
and testing of hoso.
On motion of Alderman Blake, report
received, and bill allowed as recommended
by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Ilowley, Patier,
Alderman Blako presented petition of P.
Fitzgerald, asking permission to erect
scales on street, in front of lot 7, block 31,
city of Cairo. .
On motion of Alderman Blake referred
to committee on streets with authority to
grant permission, if in their judgment, they
think proper to do so.
CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
N. B. Thistlewood, to cash paid for
freight on two car-loads brick, $24.00.
On motion of Alderman Halliday referred
to committee on claims, with request that
they report immediately. Committoo on
clarms reported back bill, recommending
On motion of Alderman Halliday, report
received and bill allowed as recommended,
by tho following vote:
Ayes Blake, Halliday Ilowley, Patier,
Pettit, Smith, Saup and Swoboda 8.
RESOLUTIONS AND MOTION8.
Alderman Saup offered tho foUowing
resolution, ami moved its adoption :
Resolved, That out of tho 1,200 feet of
hoso to be returned and belonging to tho
Clevelaud Rubber Co., that GOO tcct of
same be retained as security for any defects
found in new hoso received, that same bo
retained for a reasonable length of time.
Alderman Tatier offered the following
Resolved. That the ordinance com
mittee is hereby instructed to amend or
dinance No. , in relation to tho
mayor's salary and report at tho next regu
lar meeting of tho city council
an amendment to Bald ordinance mak
inrx the mayor's salary $1,500 per year.
The mavor to bo chairman of all com
mittees, and to have regular office hours
and two hours of each day, to bo at the
city clerk's office as may bo directed by
(.Continued on Third rugo.