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Tllli DAILY CAIHO IIUUJiTIN: TIIIIUSDAY MOKNlNIi, MARCH isui.
Tin: DAILY BULLETIN.
Ooe: Bulletin Hulldlne, WanMiurton Avenue
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N ii Fair
Minimum T-iiiiiTHliire. Minimum lene
fierHliiro 4"i: Itntnfiill. turn iiu'Ii.
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In t ti ir column, five fi iHK per line, each
I niTrt.nli. Kur unc iiiiiiiIIi. Wirriiln prrliiir.
"Kvcrjbod.v l in e e II."
The largest and best variety of cheese
ever hroiijjht to tins city lit any tuim is now
on sale at the saloon of Mr. .Mm Koehlrr,
on Eighth street. Lows ot' Sweit.cr
cheese or Liuibiiiorr lne.sc, High
land cheese, or Philadelphia hand cheese
should not I'; il to cull on Mr. Koch
ler. Tin Highland cIhtsi- in par
tirular is tin' finest in ilir city, tin' Hint Unit
lias over been line, and can only lie had
from .lolin Koehlcr. Tim best ol brer ami
other li'jnors always on tup.
Tlic ino.st popular and elegant foiiMirial
establishment in Hie city is Unit of Win.
Allm, near the corner of Sixth street ami
Commercial avenue. The most complete
out tit can lie found there, ami none Imt the
liest tn lists in that 1 1 n-- of inilu.-dry are em
ployed there. Peivm 'vishinj; a first class
hnir-cut, shave or shnmpoon should call at
the parlor of m. Alba.
Horse Cntliin- for Sale.
An imprnviMl Hiij,dih saddle ami bridles,
ami one winter ami mm summer horse
blanket, nil quite new, can lie bought at a
bargain from .1. V. Kverly, assistant siuual
service ollicer. Apply t the olliec in Cus
A jjood stoi k of paper, expivs.sly for
Ilcktojrrapli use, for sale atTiiK Uh.i.ktis
A nuiit cottage, jileiiMintly situated; for
particulars, inquire of Ii. F. 1!i.ki;.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the.
can or by the. hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily fiotn Mobile, and l.altimorc
oyster received in cans, direct I nun the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "lied Snapper," Ihe kinp; mining lisli
. and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the hcndipiartcrs
for oysters und fish, comer Ohio L-vee and
Eighth street. Koiikkt Hkwitt, Ag't.
Moi'NTKi) and varnished iniins of Cairo,
for sale, at Tiik Hii.i.ktin office.
Two houses and four lots, corner Tenth
street ami Jefferson iiveiiue, will be sold
sepcrately, or all . together, as suits the pur
chaser. Title perfect. Apply to
M us. Samiki, Fisiiku,
Washington avenue, between Ninth and
The best of corned beef in any quantity
dtbired can be had at Fred Keolilcr's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
At hit Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may be enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Pat. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a bu-s down to n
sulky, all in a fust class condition, as well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be hail
at the most reasonable tiureson a moment's
uotie.c at his "Ibuse Mannm". Displaced!"
Business is in eonm'Ction with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
Closing Out, Hoots and Slioes.
Having a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Cents', Ladi'V
and Childrens' sewed and pegged limits and
Shoes, I have determined to (dose it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods winch will begin .o arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on ine before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good har-
uains. 1 invite nil to call ami see lor
themselves. C. JviK II .
No. '.Ml CoiuiiK'rcial avenue between Fifth
nnd Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
liueklen's Arnica Salvo.
'I he best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, Koresjilsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
etter, chapped bunds, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of ttkin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. I'rice, 25
cents per box. For sn!e by (ii;o. E. OTIaha
-a - - m i !
ITI il hlifflM MiHinfTTil III! Illll
A Hiie Suuare Grand l'iaiio. new, and
warranted. Can be sold very low for cash,
or on installment?. Cull at E. K. Coinin'n
bonk store, comer Eighth street und Com
GEN Kit A li LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In tticK.- coHinnm n-ii ccnl per line
carli ineertltm. Mrl;i-'l
They lire coming.
A lamp post has been placed at the
corner ol Tenth sti-cl and Washington
A nrw crossing was yesterday laid
down over Walnut street mi the south side
of Tenth street.
-Under the Oregon system of liquor li
censes, the buyer, imt the s"ll-r, is required
to procure a license.
Meerschaum l"i" s and cigar holders,
a large stock at F. Kor meyer's. "
--Mr. Tim O'Callahan is building a new
sta'is down the side of his saloon on four
teenth Street und 'bio levee.
There was .1 prayer meeting at tin
Methodist church net limht, which Was
very interesting and hugely attended.
Check books. 1 (viol books, oilier
books, etc., mad' 1 let mi short notice
at Tiik lii i.i.iniN oilice. '
Mr. Frank Shall' r h.is built a new two
story frame residence mi Seventh street,
between Walnut and Cedar streets.
The new stcann t Hello Memphis ar
rived at our wh irl' cleiday, with a num
ber of flags afloat and looking grand gen
erally. It was Ii. 1 I'nd trip.
A new frame building has gone up on
the smith side of Thirteenth street, be
tween Walnut and Cedar streets. It will
be occupied bycolmed people.
The lirst passion service whs held in
the (Senium L11ll1er.u1 church on thirteenth
street last evening. It was well attended
and the services quite interesting.
March came in like a whole flock ol
spring lambs and if the "old saw"' is true,
will go out like a whole menagerie of lions
with a pack of wolves thrown in.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsineyer's.
According to a resolution adopted by
tho city council night before last the tele
phone now at police headquarters is to be
removed from there to the city clerk's
The Mystic Ivpew will install their
newly elected olliccis on next Monday and
will ceUbrate the event by giving an ele
gant supper and perhaps a little nni-ao and
danciiiL' in their own hall.
A supplement to the telephone direc
tory now in use, giving all the new names,
with their numbers, that were added since
the present directory was issued, h is been
published by .Mr. II. II. Candee and is
ready for distribution.
They are coining.
Thomas Clark opened out in full blast
yesterday in the Clark block. His bond
was filed and license procured. Tin; bond
will be presented to the city council at its
next meeting for approval.
Mr. James Cannon, who Ins been in
New York for some months attending
school, is expected to return in about a
week and will resume his position in the
dry-sjoods house of .Mr. ('. K. Stuart.
Hy the terms of a motion adopted in
the city council night before last the city
treasurer is prohibited from receiving
money for licenses in cases where a bond
is required before such bond is approved
by the city council.
Messrs. Barclay Brothers huvo had
their awning torn away I mm in front of
their wholesale drug house on Ohio levee
and u new tin coveting put upon their
show window. The whole front looks
much improved by the change.
-The new Miction I'm the Hibernian en
gine, which was shipped back to the man
ufacturers for repairs, is finished and on its
way back. Two play pipes, one for the Hi
bernian lire company and the other for the
Arab lire company are also 011 their way
-Col. Itearden has a number of men at
work on the old Vincent property, which
he bought recently, and which he intends
to occupy, Everything about the premises
is being thoroughly cleaned nnd the house
itself is being repaired and will be newly
The foundation for Mrs. Stocklleth's
new brick residence on Ninth street, be
tween Washington avenue and Walnut
streets, has already been laid and the work
of building the superstructure will be
pushed vigorously. It will be an orna
ment to the neighborhood when finished.
Messrs. Smith it liros. are having the
finishing touches put upon their store. Two
or three carpenters and painters are at
work inside and outside, who me rapidly
transforming it into 11 thing of beauty. A
large, attractive sign nil around fho build
ing will bn tho next thing on the pro
Wo think the temperance people, to
make their work eUochm!, their object be
ing to overcome the growing evil of drunk
enness in this country, would better ac
complish that object, judging I mm tho
statistics given of foreign countries, by
making their fight entirely against whisky
and brandy drinking and rather counte
nance a temperate use of wino nnd beer.
Statistics show that in wino .drinking
F.ance and beer drinking Germany drunk
enness is rarely seen, and such a thing bb
an habitual drunkard is seldom or never
Mr. Win. Trigg is setting a new boiler
into his phming mill on Si. ah
street, which will givu it in
creased power and enable him
to do wmk that hit has until now not been
able to do. His machinery will also be
increased in capacity as soon as praetien
Mr. Charles (ialigher will have a fancy
glass globe noiilevani lantern erected in
front of his residence up town and an ordi
nary lantern at the corner of his mills on
Ohio levee. Mr. Louis Herbert has also
purchased one of the Boulevard lanterns
which he will have placed in limit of tin
Twelfth street saloon.
-The Mystic lvrew realized a handsome
sum of money from their recent entertain
incuts. The minstrel performance netted
them about fifty dollars and the ball about
seventy live a toUl ol one hundred and
twenty live dollars. They naturally feel
very much elated over their success, but,
true to their human nature, they are not
quite satisfied with what they have -they
long for moreand in order to satisfy this
longing they contemplate a visit to Charles
ton, M 1., to repeat their excellent perform
ance. May they be as successful there as
they have been hero.
-The temperance people have i.ow com
pleted arrangements for conducting their
meetings every night during next week. It
is expected that in the cotiisoof the week
a number of able speakers will be here and
that the meetings w ill grow in interest
every succeeding niht. That the com
munity will be aroused to a new interest in
the cause and that many new signers will
be found cannot be doubted, for the ap
peals of Col. Lowery and others, hacked by
the ladies of the club, are positively ine
sistahlc and tlu-rc is as yet plenty of ma
terial here to work upon.
1 lie belies ciuu ami Library .Associa
tion met in the library rooms yesterday
afternoon, for the purpose of electing ofli
errs for the ensuing year. The meeting was
quiti; interesting, even to those who had no
part in the election. The officers elected
arc. Mrs. P. A. Taylor, president; Mrs. K.
C. ( 'lark, vice -pp'siden ; Mrs. II. II. (.'under,
socretaay, and Mrs. (!. II. Lyman, treasurer.
Tiie directors are Mrs. A. E. Satl'ord, Mrs.
W. It. Smith, Mrs I. Ii. Hudson, Mrs. C.
It. Woodward, Mrs. II. Meyers and Miss
Mary McICec. TVn Librarians were elect
ed, viz. Mrs. P. E. Powell and Mrs. M.
The great success with which the la
dies of the Presbyterian church met in
their loan exhibition, during the short time
they carried it on, has demonstrated the
popularity of that mode of entertainment.
It is true that it was a complete novelty
line and that, if there were no other at
tractions in connection with it, the interest
of the people would soon wane and the at
tendance grow smaller as the days amc
and went: but we are satisfied that, with
the literary and inimical exercises and
other attractions which the ladies seem to
know so well how to provide, the affair
could have been prolonged through a num
ber of weeks without any perceptible
falling oil' in the. attendance, especially
if excursion boats and trains weie run
from points above us. Besides the new
entertainment every evening, new articles
of value would be received every day or
two, which would serve as an inducement
for those w ho had been there once to go
again, and thus the interest of the people
could be kept up and the exhibition m
made profitable to its managers for a long
time. The Presbyterian ladies' total re
ceipts I mm their exhition wens .something
over live hundred it. seventy-live dollars
and their net proceeds were four hundred
and twenty five dollars.
The Sparta Plaindealer advocates the
claims of (ieneial Pavey, of Mount Vernon,
for the position ol collector of internal rev
enue for this district, and in its advocacy of
this good man's claims it is true to the rule
laid down by the republican managers and
press from the time the parly was born, ami
which is enforced with all the power of Ihe
great moguls at the national capitol can
weild. By this rule a man is fit fm almost
tiny oflic.e, under the government if he las a
republican, no matter what his other qual
ifications may be; and the Plaimlraler
seems to know (hat, to chant a white man's
devotion to the republican party, is the
most powerful argument in his favor, be
cause it is the one which will soonest pen
etrate the sculls of Ihe said moguls. But
let us see what the Plaindealer claims for
(Sencral Pavey, of Mount Vernon, Ills.
First, "tho Republican party was born with
Cieiicrar Pavey in its ranks and he staked
his own life that it might live." This, we
suppose, is to be taken as positive proof of
the geni'ml's honesty to-day. Second, "He
spent twenty-three months of his soldier
life 111 rebel prisons, several of these
months in close confinement as n hostage,"
Undoubtedly (Sciiera! Pavey lenrned all
about the management of this Internal
Kevenuo District during that time. Third,
'Since the war he has stood in tho Iront
ranks, battling for the llepublican party
and its principles." Consequently ho is nn
able accountant nnd a gentleman. Such
logic as the above, if taught In our schools,
would turn them into lunatic asylums in
side of H week.
Cairo stands grently in need of a goo
theatre hall-one that would be large
enough to accommodate tho people when
good troupes nro hero and that would
afl'ord some little commit to the troupe
itself. It is not necessary to say lor the
information of tin; people here that the old
atlieneiini is not large enough to meet the
requirements ot either actors or audiences,
for everybody knows that; but it is well,
perhaps, to keep the fact before the eyes
ol our men of means in the hope
they Uiay give the matter
their serious attention. That 11 now,
large and comlortable theatre with a good
outfit would lm a profitable investment is
demonstrated, every time the theatre season
comes around; for tho present
one always proves inadeqate to
the demands. But this is not all
A theatre lare enough to accomodate tin
largest audiences, with 11 stage
1 ii'hil;o 01 iiri oiiioojiie ine largest ami Oesl
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troupes, and comlortable enough to srcuii
them against cold nnd rain and wind, etc.,
11 .1 1 ,. .
wuiiiii uiiin a Kicaicr nuiniieroi troupes
here and would justify the more renowned
actors with their immense troupes to conic
here, and enable them to present thrir
dramas acceptably to large an
iliences. In (Ins way would the
people of Cairo he given an opportunity to
see thu greatest actors upon tho American
stage, some one would be realizing 11 hand
some profit on his investment, and the city
could boast of a new ami elegant institu
lion the need of which has long been fell.
Mr. O. W. Williams, of Curl 1 ilr, III.,
was in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. .John Oglevie, of (.'hailcston, Mo.,
was in to.vn yesterday 011 business.
Mr. .1. W. T. Cleinson, of Caledonia, was
in the city yesterday, a guest at tho Hotel
Mr. A. O. Bartlcson, of Villa llidge. III.,
was among the guests at the Hotel do Win
CaiUain Sproat, o Columbus Kentucky,
is in the city Mopping at the residence ot
his son .Ino. Sproat.
Mr. Ceo. W. Cliellett was out again yr'
terday, after an illness of sever! day-'
which, though not severe, confined linn to
.nr. ,m. i.riieio ay, wno ins iieen to vari
ous cities north, on a visit to bis friends and
parents, will return to-day; so he said in a
letter received by Circuit Cleik Irvin yes
Mr. Swallow' and family, who have been
away for some time 011 a visit to relatives in
the north, letuined night before last. Mi
Swallow is agent for Chess Carley & Co.,
the coal oil dealers at this point.
Mes-rs. J. C. Farris, of Wolfe Island,
Mo.; F. (i'leeiicello, of .Jackson, Tenu.: A
F. Townsend. Henry Frick and MissCraci
narnum, of St. Louis, Mo., were among the
guests of the Hotel de Winter yesterday.
.111. 1. ...-iniui nas uei.n 111 .Missouri lor
r f x- . t 1 . 1 . .
several days past and bought up all the corn
li! could find - twenty thousand bushels in
all; he returnecVycsterday. The corn mar
ket is unusHlly stiff ju-t at present ; three 01
four parties in the city are buying in all tie
corn thev can find, which gives ground for
the belief that the article is scarce and is
liable to be still scarcer.
Peiiobsiot bay is frozen over; first tune
111 six years.
Poiighkerpsie, N. V., banks will not sur
Shops o Laeonio, N.I I, cur company
burned. Loss (ii),()0i).
Internal revenue receipts Monday, $7?,-
!l!M..Vi; customs, $ I U.VI1 2,1711.
Benjamin (). Davis appointed storekeeper
in the liih district of Kentucky.
Dr. Francis Carter, leading physician of
Columbus, O., died Monday, aged C7.
tenement ami flouring mill burned at
Covington. K. Monday. Loss !.. nob
(Sanmina (iiiitterro was lynched at Albu-
pirrque Sunday night for implication in
Col. Potter's murder.
-Van I'ollandt.a Charleston, Mo., pho
tographer, is going to travel over Atkansas
this summer taking views.
Miss Bell Allen jumped from S, Allen'a
burning residence at (ireenlield. o . bivnb.
ing both arms and receiving other injuries.
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' "loiugo piacen 011 pork by
the Hench government has not iilfecled
prices in Nrw York. It is thought to be
Died at Ashtabula, (., Hon. p. w. Slra-
der. ex -member of congress for thM first
Ohi dish id, in formerly connectedwith
the Little Miami railroad.
At Boston Monday, S. K. Abbott, con
victed of murdering Mrs. Crane, nt (irob
ten, was sentenced to be hung April 22.
He asserts his innocence.
-William Slith, who pleaded guilty of
kidimppiugat Hiehmond. Ind., ami was
sentenced ton r,() flno ,! hrw ,
imprisonment, pr()V(, to l,(! u eHCHI)M
convict from .lolirl, for whom b reward is
On a pleasai.t fall day some pcrsonHwill
thoughtlessly expose themselves as in Htiin
iner, and take a severe rnl.l i.v u.i,
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Z s , i,s,;ir iM ,)r" mv
Coi.KhS)inp. 2.1 c-ctifs a bottle.
1 K YOU Want to get lid ol mmnles. boil.
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I I new liHve III Mix k Hit' lnrijiiHt mill inunt coinulett' a-mortlinat or tln-mi un,u . k . 1, . ,
cli.v .Miik- n periiiiiv f ihe c-ichriti-rt '" "i men gou v, r bmnliuii In thu
C II AM PI
...v in pi, .-nil ri nuu jwirirni n i-iim
m:sT HAIM) ItUHUHlt TltUfcSh
Other (IcmIitb link you $j r,il.
Prices Always the Lowest.
.ll'bOK oi.mstkd'h ( Ol'IlT.
Patrick Murphy became two happy in
eon eiiience of having imbibed too much
benzine ami was airesti'il 1011 1 bmofrlit
lonor, who lined him the usua
imioiiiit in such cases; but Pat hadn't the
usual an nt to pay t(. c ity ami hence
the city p iys him in the form of board for
Agnes Slimy, also a "gin slingrr," had
Imcoiiiu in a peculiar condition in conse
quence of slinging too much of that article
down In r gullet. She thereupon became
drunken ami appeared before the judge at
the request of an ollicer, and was fined one
ami costs. ,iit, beuiL' without
without fiicmls, she was given a stav of
one hour in which to gather up her duds
and. ilently steal awav. and il iv lw li,.v,.,l
til It. she stole.
Thomas Casey was drunk and was fined
one dollar and costs. , W1l Sn,.nd a few
days 111 an endeavor to appreciate the beau
ties of 1 all lile in Cairo.
(Siren Nie was. another worshipper st
the sliline of tin' god of wine iinrl he ivnr.
shipped o long and so oiten that he be
came what 1- sometimes called tmscv. He
t , .
was fined six dollars ami costs by Judge
Olmsted, and in default of payment went
to the bastile to keep the jailor company.
TIIK lilr IIMIt m;-sIM; tiik WOlll.I).
Bmnelt's Cocoaiue allavs irritation, re
moves all tendency to dandruff, invigorates
the action of the cnpilhnies in the highest
legree, and has earned a deserved rentita
tion for promoting the growth and prescrv
ing tl.e beauty of the human hair. Ladiei
I rosing their bail elaborate for the even
ing will fuel that it imparts a healthy
natural gio-s to the hair, and will cause
it to retain its hiiiie lor hours.
Burnett s Flavoring Extracts arc used
ami eii'lor-d i,v the hot Hotels, Con fee
donns and (Snuvr- throughout the country.
ley are pelleetly pure.
Conundrum. Why is Dr. Thomas' Elec
menu like a glazirrf Ans. Because it
takes out la l pains. Moreover ft relieves
throat and lung complaints, piles, kidney
troubles, etc., is economic, prompt, pure
aad is composed of six of the liest oils
known. I'm 1. (!. ft 111 it. Acent.
"lm. Sr. 1 i.i.u's Con; 11 Syiii i'" will en
sure you a good night s rest. It is theU'st
cough medicine in ihe market. Price i.'.'i
Dr. Kbnc's (ireat Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Netve Diseases,
All fits stopp.-d five. Send to Ml Arch
street, Philadelphia. P.-nri.
To all who ate Mitf. ring from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous wcakncfs,
early decay, in.--ot manhood, etc., I will
send a lecq.e that will cure you, free ol
charge. I Ins great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a sidf-addre.-ed envelope to the Kev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
oi;oi ki;h:s. hoots anpsuoks
TIIK ISOSTON STORK
G HOC Kll' .ES
Provisions, ( . 1 con, Dried and Canned
rriilfs, Ullrrns, (iliiss WimmI
iiml W illow w are.
"HOOTS and SHOES
The lirst lira ml of Flour
nlvoiyp on lininl
TO HA C( ;O.S,CIQA KB.Kto
N. 11 - e-.iu.try
I'roihue taken. All Orilurn
Cor. Wai-liiiiwton Ave. mid Tenth St.
: : : ILLINOIS.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
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II. I.. I1AI.I.IIIAY, Vlco-IT"' ant.
THUS. W. IIALI.IDAY, Cwhler.
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WMsDiiiuton Avenue. Cor,
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Allieiiciini Building Commercial A v.
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WIIOKI.SALK AND BKTA1L
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
(.GODS SOU) WAXY CLOSE
C. O. I 'ATI KM Ac CO.,
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PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
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Summer Wood and Kindling
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At Seventy-live cents per loud.
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