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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOUN1NU, MARCH to, 1881.
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Hnvli.iili i "lUcit' (I liy my IiIi iiiIh himI ly h
cr,.Ht number of i-ili.ena who hvt- hentiilnre
oiipond in nir. hi iiamii heroine u ciiiidnlaie It
tl'i-iimvoriillvof thr city of Cuim. I liereliy an
uoiiuit! m.'lf lor thiit pofiilon. pleilu'ini; to tlie
vuli of Cuiro to do a lii n loloii', noi to Hhirk
my diilv in i ti- hour of ri). and ii-Mire them Mm
nil mv m-lioim clutll lie lo the Intere-i ol Ciurn K'jd
"sPKci a i7 lAKivii Irais.
Nuticeeiu thi column, flvn rrtita ht Hue, earh
lneruun. Kor miu monlh, ,Vi -em per line.. .
1'anii f r Snh.
tOO nr.rcs i( land in Johnson county, III.,
one mile west !' lMknup on tlio ( it V. R.
K.j aliout odd lirirs in a tinn Hiatu of cul
tivation; has ooil lunldincs tints pprin
water, well, iiijiI ( ihti'i'iis. I'licc $10.01) per
acre, ensh. Hlwi.ky,
Kriil Entitle A "flit.
Messrs. Chess. Carlry it Co. have iv
moved tliuiroil niticc from lielmv the, Hui
1 liduy House to No. 75 Ohio Levee, up
Use Thk Caiuo Riu.lktin scratch hooks,
for sale at the ollico, 1200 leiives to tin;
The most popular ami elegant tonsoriul
establishment in the city is that of Win.
AIIjr, near the corner of Sixth street and
Commercial avenue. The most complete
outfit can he found there, ami none hut the
best artists in that line of industry arc em
ployed there. Persons wishing a tirst class
hair-cut, shave or Khmnpnon should call at
the parlor of Win. Alba.
All persons, owing taxes on real estate or
personal property, will take noiice that I
will be found in my office from 8 o'clock
a. m. to 5 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of
receiving the same. There is money saved
by paying taxes ut once. Call and see.
Sheriff and Collector.
Caiuo, 111., March:!. 181.
Notice. Liquor Dealers.
1 hereby notified all persons that I will
prosecute any one who si-lls my husband,
lkuce lkwley, any intoxicating drinks.
Caiuo, March 7th, 1MS.
A good stock of 'paper, expressly for
Ilektograpli use, for sale at Thk Hcllktin
A ueat cottage, pleasantly situated; for
particulars, iniiiire of R. F. ISi.akk.
Oysters! Fish! (Jaiue!
Flesh oyster, tine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! IJulk oysters re
ceived daily fnnn Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct trom the
packers, by every express. Fish of hII
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "'Red Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, comer Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Koiikkt IIkwitt, Ag't.
MoCNTl'.i) and varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, at Thk I'.i'i.l.FTlN office.
The best of coi ned beef in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the.
avenues. Otncr meats ol the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
Closing Out, lliiots and Shoes.
Haying a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of dents', Ladies'
and Childrelis' sewed and pegged Hoots Mid
Shoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin ;o arrive soon, if
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to c ill on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as J will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and see for
themselves. C. Ivocu.
No. 1)0 Commercial avenue between Fifth
Hinl Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Iiiiekien's Arnica Salve.
The best, salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
ettcr, chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cunts per box. Kr sale liy Gko. E. O'Haha
CCjI (ill SYlll l'
Mudamo ud Prof. Floyd have increased
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets. Day school, It a. in.
Ladies' class at :J, and night school at 7 p.
in. Tenns low, but invariably in advance.
A New Saloon.
1 would respectfully call the attention of
the Cairo public and my friends in Ken
tucky to the fact that 1 have ouened a tine
saloon on Sixth street, next to Alba's bar
ber shop and have on ham! a complete
stock of cigars and tobacco, Kentuckey
whiskies ami other liquors.
A. P. Wn.Ky.
Mine. Deinorcst's New Patterns just re
ceived at W. E. (Hudson's. Call and get
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lu Itiiine nilumim. Inn etuis prr lino,
one ti iiiic-rt ti ti . Maraud
-The suction for the Hibernian engine
- -A prayer meeting was conducted by
l!ev. Whitaker at the Methodist'church last
- It cost fS just to say "damn !" at Avon,
III., and more elaborate swearing in pro
- Mr. Alex Koyce has finished the new
addition to his residence ol Twentieth
Judge Kird will probably announce
himself as a candidate for city clerk in a
day or two.
Check books, pceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Thk Bcm.ktin office.
Mrs. W:n. Minor, a resident ot Twenty
eighth street, is said lobe at the point of
death front the effects ot a relapse of
St. Patrick's church, Peoria, III., which
was dedicated last September, was gutted
by tire n-t Friday. Loss, $18,000; insur
- Mr. Michael O'Donnel has bought the
old tlolta engine house, which he will oc
cupy as a saloon, after 'having had iu
-The little one-year-uld child of Mr.
Rirlnrd Fitzgerald was very sick yesterday
with measles. It was thought to be beyond
the help of physicians.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will meet at Keform hall this after
noon at half-past three o'clock, to transact
business of importance.
A new dry goods store has been
opened near the corner of Sixth street and
Commercial avenue, in the Hamilton
building, by Mr. H. Elliot.
There will be Baptist prayer meeting
at Reform hall this evening from half-past
seven until half-past eight o'clock. A
large attendance is desired.
The brick sidewalk on the south side
of Sixth street was finished yesterday even
ing and preparations had already been
made to commence on the other side to-
Mr. Herman Meyers thinks of electing
a brick busines house on bis lots on the
north side of Eighth street, between the
avenues, sometime during the coming
- John Mann, who had lived in Ran
dolph county, III., for 58 years, died near
Chesterday yesterday, aged 8.rj. He was
one of (ien. Jackson's heroes at New Or
leans -a private in the 1 Ith Kentucky
Patrick Corcoran was brought before
Squire Osborn yesterday charged with car
rying concealed weapons. His accuser
was Uichnrd Cass, whom ho had threatened
to shoot, lie was fined twenty-five dollars
Telephone poles have been erected
along Fourteenth street, between Commer
cial avenue and Poplar street, with glass
knobs lor four more wires, which will be
run to some of the residences in that part
of town in the course ot a few days.
N. It. Maxey, of Wade Smith it Co.,
of Cobden, III., is in the city introducing a
Patent Roaster, Baker and Broiler. Sold
on its merits. Will sell territory in South
ci'ii III. and Ky. Headquarters at Planters
Mr. S. S. Marshall has completed his
preliminary preparations for beginning bet:
culture in this city. He will begin with
sixteen stands, intending to increase
tho number to twenty during the
year. Ids bees will nrritc in duo season.
The city election came off in Paducah,
Ky., day before yesterday and resulted in
an overwhelming democratic victory.
Keed, the democratic candidate for mayor,
received 7:t4 votes, and Houston, the repub
lican candidate, received 508. Jtoed's ma
jority is 200.
-One Professor Bonner has purchased ten
thousand acres of land in Laurel county,
Ky., upon which ho will settle a colony of
Swiss emigrants, from the Canton of Berne.
The Louihvilh) Courier-Journal is elated
over the prospect of sucb a desirable addi
tion the population of the state.
Night before last the largo brick hotel
recently erected in Charleston, Mo., by Mr.
J.II.I)anforth, caught firo and burned
down. The origin of tho tire is not known,
but it is supposed to have been tho work
of an incendiary. Tho building was a three-
story brick, about one hundred feet front
u nd one hundred and fifty feet long, and
had just been finished, but was still un
occupied. The lo9S was about six thousand
A new roof has beeu put on the house
lately moved onto the vacant lots on the
west side of Commercial avenue, between
Third and Fourth strceis, at the instance of
Mr. M. J. Ilowley. Other repairs will be
made until I the house is in an entirely
new condition, when it will bo for rent.
The inchue of tho Iron Mountain rail
road on the Missouri shore, which was
badly torn up by tho ico a short time ago
so that no transfer of cars could be made,
has been repaired. The company con
template the building of a new incline
some time in the near future.
A special meeting of tho city council
will be called for next Tuesday, or perhaps
sooner, at which somu important matters
will bo given attention. Among other
things the business laid over lor future con
sideration on last meeting, will bo disposed
of, and judges and clerks of the coining
city election will be appointed.
The Victoria Loftus combination is one
of the best Vandervillo troupes on the road.
They played in Chicago in February and
then jumped to New Orleans, playing there
through Mardi (irasto big houses, and now
make but four stops between that city ami
St. Louis, where they play next week. They
will have a crowded house here.
The workmen yesterday com
menced removing the temporary paving of
Eighth street near Commercial avenue,
preparatory to hegibning the permanent
pavement. The gutter on the north side of
the street has been finished for quite a
distance anil appears to be good work.
Street Superintendent Gorman is constantly
at his post, watching the progress of the
The ferryboat Three States is being
generally repaired. A new "massy frame,"
to which a new jack staff will be added
soon, has been put in her bow and other
needed repairs will be made. The transfer
steamer McComb has also had the atten
tions ot carpenters and iron workers. An
arch Ins been constructed across her bow
in imitation of that on the steamer
The city clerk and treasurer met at
the council chamber last night
ami paid a number of the
claims allowed by the city council at its
last meeting. The claims were mostly for
work on the streets ami new levee. Per
sons holding claims against the city, which
have been allowed, should call for their
money at once iu order to savu themselves
and the officers trouble.
The steel rail workers in the Springfield,
111., rolling mill struck for higher wages
Ti'.-sday morning. The company was pay
ing them forty-eight cents per ton and they
demanded fifty-one cents. The company
agreed to give them fifty cents, which is
the highest amount paid by any rolling
mill now in operation, but the workers re
fused to accept less than fifty.-ono cents per
ton and quit work accordingly.
-The streets and country roads are now
about becoming dry enough for general
driving purposes. A number of farmers
from up in this county were in town yester
day with wagons, having come through
quite easily. Mr. Ray reports' that tho
weather will continue somewhat threaten
ing, but without raining, for several days
yet, so that we may hope to have tolen.bly
good roads through the balance of this
we( k, at least.
- Dr. Smith returned from New Orleans
yesterday a few days earlier than he antic
ipated, on account of the illness of Mrs.
Smith. He brinirs very encourasring news
from his "colony" at the "Crescent City,"
ie sick are all getting well; Mr. Kors-
ineyer looks like a new man; Capt. Wright
is much better; Mr. Green is improving,
and the balance of the Cairo people arc on
the same list. Mrs. Korsniejer is expected
at home to-day.
"We understand that a wager has been
made between a Reed and Houston man
which will result iu one of tho gentlemen
walking from the Richmond House to the
depot barefooted, the man whose candidate
gets beaten to do the walking, of course.
We will suggest that this 'procession of
two' shall be led by the Cairo brans band.
It is understood that the winner of the bet
is to accompany the loser in his walk." -
Among the great crowd that gathered
at the city of Washington from all parts of
the country was Mr. Frank Kendall, of this
city. He left nearly two weeks ago and
has not yet returned. It is rumored that
while moving about tho magnificent city
ho was robbed of what money ho had in
his possession, and that , becoming some
excited over his loss, lib was taken care of
by the police, and his relatives here noti
fied of Ins misfortune.
Rev. J. I). Bush, of Columbus, Ky.,
spoke at Reform hall last evening to a full
house. His discourse was very interesting
and also furnished much food for thought
and speculation. Some of his arguments,
partaking somewhat of a statistical charac
ter, showed the enormity and the power of
the evil which ho was combating. Ho
spoke for over an hour and spoko well,
holding tho close attention of his largo au
dience throughout. Hp was tho only
speaker o tho evening, and after ho had
finished, a song or two were sung which
concluded the exorcises, and all went home
morn deeply impressed than formerly, with
the enormity of the evil drunkenness.
Rev. Bush will speak again this evening,
but the meeting will be called to order a
little later than usual about half-past
eight o'clock iu order that tho Baptist
prayer meeting, which will be held up
stairs in tho same building, may not be
Mrs. Wood Kittenhouse and Mrs.
Jones, the committeo appointed by the
Wonicns' Christian Temperence Union to
visit the jails of the city nnd distribute
some reading matter of a healthy charac
ter among tho prisoners, to furnish them
with wholesome entertainment,! wore out
upon their errand yesterday with a great
quantity of tracts and magazines and other
good reading mutter and accomplished
their noblo work. Other ladies, wo pre
sume, also visited tho several depots and
trains with temperence tracts, etc.
The city lumber yard is about us un
protected against pilfering as is a hatless
bald head against the industrious fly, and
and it is possible that it is as much subject
to bold invasions. We do not mean to in
sinuate that any of the people of Cairo
would be guilty of appropriating anything
that don't belong to them -oh ! no, perish the
thought. But there is Paducah and Mound
City, you know, and Ohio, which claims
everything and takes cycrything in a dun
destine manner, is not very far away either.
The city lumber yard ought to bo fenced
A great many strangers were in the
city yesterday, mostlycountry people, many
of whom were wandering aimlessly and
shamblingly about with their hands in
their pockets npparantly without any par
ticular object in view but to see and be
seenby sharpers. Among the strangers
who arrived by bout was a family from the
north somewhere, bound for Little Hock,
Arkansas, intending to open a second hand
store there, to judge from the "truck" they
had scattered around on the levee. They
had everything, from an old horse that
looked more like a walking hat rack than
anything we ever saw, down to a boot-jack
made out of a forked stick. '
Yesterday morning about four o'clock
Mr. Thomas Clark, the levee saloon keeper,
retired to his room back of his saloon to go
to rest for the night. He locked the door
of the room carefully and laid his watch
and chain on a bureau and his pocket book
on a chair near by. When he i'ot up after
his nights rest he found his pocket book
with the money where ho had left it but
his watch and chain were gone. Some
scoundrels had taken the latch from the
door und taken the watch
away, hut evidently failed to
discover the money, which would, ol
course, been much more acceptable. The
watch and chain were gold and worth
about sixty dollars. No clue to the thieves
had been discovered up to a late hour last
Perhaps tho ugliest habit, which a
number of our negro residents of tenement
houses have acquired and which they are
allowed to indulge apparently without any
molestation from anybody, is that of using
the sidewalk railing as a clothes line upon
which to hang alf manner of old rags,
from an old delapidated quilt down to an
old sock, open on both ends and in the
middle, either to dry or for an airing.
Sometimes a clothi s line is stretched near
to and parallel with the sidewalk, and as
one passes along, deeply engaged in study,
the strong smell of soap suds and dirty
linen drives away all thoughts and one is
suddenly slapped over the mouth by tho
leg of an old pair of wet drawers, flopping
about in the breezes. Protest is useless, for
there is no one to complain to; revenge on
the diawcrs a fiords no satisfaction. To
remedy this evil would give great satisfac
tion to many citizens.
A coi respondent ol the Chicago Trib
une, from the south, writing about the
condition of the old Andcrsonvillc stockade,
suggests that some one who has enough
patriotism about him purchase the tract of
land, which is still partially surrounded by
by the once formidable wall of pino trees.
The man shows a lack of the very article
that he calls for in others patriotism. The
old darkey who has, through' years of labor,
succeeded iu gathering enough money to
purchase a part of the spot that was onco
tho scene of war's horrors, and has cleared
it ol tho rapidly growing shrubbery and
plowed it up with the intention of convert
ing it into a cotton field, displays infinitely
more generosity and patriotism than does
the man who would havo it preserved in
commemoration of the ghastly scenes that
took place there, and as a constant remin
der of the troubles that aro no more- and
that should be forgotten.
Donooi.a, 111., March 3rd, 1S81.
Tho election to fill vacancies in Union
county offices, caused by deccaso of M.
Bame, and A. P. Jones took place on Tues
day, first instant. The candidates for the
ollico of circuit clerk were: E. M. Barn
well, of Dongola, and J. II. Samson, of
Jonesboro. Mr. Barnwell was the lucky
man. The candidates for county commis
sioner were: James P. McLain, of Don
gola, and S. L. Wisner, of Anna. Mr.
Wisncr was tho man elected. Mr. Wisner,
being a legularly ordained minister in tho
church of the "harp of a thousands," etc.,
ot course, had tho advantage,' as the whole
force of the membership worn enlistcncd on
his side; sulllco it to say mine wcro elected
A S A PROOF OF THE SUPERIORITY OF T1IE CIIAM-
PION TRUSS we would state that it is now supplied to
the U. S. Army, Navy and Pension Department, also the
U. S. Marine Hospital Service. They are now used exclu
sively by Eminent Physicians. See them before buying
GEO. E. O'HAUA.
but the democrats and the Jonesboro
Gazette is happy. The last issue of the
Jonesboro Gazette, prior to the election,
warned dem tcrats to beware of republican
tricks and trades and to "see to it that none
be elected to office but democrats, and the
20,000 debt created by a republican board
would soon be wiped out." All sensible
men in Union county know that there never
has been a republican county
commissioner's court in Union
county. Democratic commissioners
are responsible lor the if'JO.OOO dollars.
Tis true, a few years ago, Joshua Lewis, a
republican, was on the board, and at
present M. V. Ussery, another republican,
is a member of tho county commissioner's
court, and when this is said all is said that
can be truthfully said relative to republi
can commissioners. We know that the
statement in tho Jonesboro Gazette, that
a republican board created tho 20,000
debt is an multigated and malicious false
hood against the republicans of Union
county, and as such wo let it go
We were considerably surprised when wo
got our last week's Bn.r.KTiN and read that
Mrs. Whitcanip had been acquitted in the
suit against her, in which she was charged
with being an accessory in the murdering
of her husband. Foul murders are Incom
ing rather common, and it does seem that
if we do not soon have a few first-class
hangings, no man's life will be safe, 'spe
cially if some one has a grudge at hiin.
Money the god of this world works
wonders. It will suborn juries, will buy
state's attorneys and coroners and do a
great many wonderful things. The strang
est thing of all that it will do in this
republican government of ours, w here every
voter is considered equal to the president
it will buy voters. Here in Dongola, we
see its potent influence at every election,
even when it is no more than a school elec
tion. Sometimes -especially when it
didn't lay around loose nickel cigars and
forty rod whiskey were used for this no
ble (? purpose, ot buying voters. After
all we arc not dcqmndcnt, we believe we,
if not improving, are not retrograding. We
have, to us one real grievance and that is, to
pay taxes to educate our youths and not com
pelling patents and guardians to send said
youths to school. In plain English, we am
for compulsory education, and if we can't
have it, then don't tax us.
Here in Dongola we havo had more
than a score of children that have not at
tended school a day the past term, yet we
have paid our teachers $s00.00. Let us
have a law that will compel attendance,
and jf any patron neglects to send his
children to school, let the penalty for such
neglect be severe.
Many deaths have occurred this winter
in the vicinity of Dongola. The undertak
er here, Thomas Kinehart, sent out twenty
coflins in the month of January, which he
says is twice the amount that he ever furn
ished befot in tho same length of time.
What the diseases have been we know not,
but are inclined to think that he who for
every little ail resorts to strong medicine,
will soon "shutlle ofT this mortal coil."
Blest with a good supply of common sense,
is all that nature needs, to overcome nine
tenths of the sickness incident to this cli
mate. The htraw stack law suit wo havo no
room to report. Oi.dTium.
Mr. I). A. Echols, of Olmsted, III., was
in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. J. W Luttrell, of Paducah, Ky., was
in Cairo ytsterday.
The mother of Mrs. John Major is in the
city, visiting her daughter.
Captain James Morris, ot Capo Girar
deau, was in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. Win. Hughes, of Commercial Point,
was in town on business yesterday.
Mr. N. B. Maxcy, of Cohen, Ilk, airived
id Cairo yesterday, and is selling a putent
roaster, etc. lie was registered at Planters
Mr. H. Owens, of Clinton, Ky., and Mr.
Louis Laitner, of St. Louis, Mo., wero
among the guests at the Planters Houso
W. M. Bliss, agent for Chebs, Carlcy &
Co., at Paducah, whs in tho city and re
turned homo on the Fowler yesterday
Mr. Geo. W. Whitlock, the venorablo
father of Dr. Whitlock, is dnngorouBly H.
the effect of a fall down the cellar stairs
ono day lust week.
Among tlio guests at tho Hotel de Win
tor yesterday wero: J. I). IJush, of Col
umbus, Ky.j A. A. Mooro, of Dubuque,
IowajC. B. Whitackor, Greenville, III.; Joh.
Ilackman, G. P. Kenflold and John Camp
boll of St. Louis, Mo.
Boti,s, pimples, and U hhxal dinoasos
aro curod by "Dr. Lindsey'a Dlood Beach
or." Sold by all druggists.
A OVERTI8EMENT8 In nonpareil (not huilm
k. carilD) or five linei or lima in n,u r,,i,.... n
nintN HKi'h InaMrtl.tn
AVANTED-PartnorwiiliaiimHllMpiial to en-
pVuVtZ 'EvS? ."ufHr'lur"" ,,ulut""' A
Volt IUNT-HlMini,fnrnlshd of nnfuniUhi-d.
with or without hoard, at reasonable ratin
Apply at Hiillctln bnildlntt. '
Foil ONE NKilCT ONLY.
Friday Evening, March 11th.
THE VICTOUU LO FTPS'
Congress of Celebrities
Thu I.aryunt Variety of ArtiKtH rwr limiii-lit to
Retnvr Into one company.
For a lint of Ar'luta reft varinua pnhllraili.na
pjcH tcred everywhere bj the million. Everything
tlrm cla and
Catering to Unit-clan audlenceg only.
Referred ! now on dale at llartman'a.
YOCUM & RODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO . . IIjTjs
BOOTS AND bHOKS
R. J ONES.
Atliciicuiii liuiltlinc Coinnurrial A v.
'o only tha vry Heat Imported Stork and em
ploy the tnom competent workmen.
)KICES REASONABLE and aallffartion
X eiumutefd .
STOVES AND TIN WAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Di aler in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
AI,L HINDU OF JOH WOIIK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN Til JO CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO.,
Cor. Nliiutnimthatiwit) fnirn Til
CointnurclalAvanueJ Villi Ut
C. W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
comtantly on Dana
At Seventy-five vniia pop load.
At one dollar per load.
Tho "lrlninilti"are coaraa ahavlnga and make
the tt aniiinior wood for cooking purpin.cn Ha woll
a tha chuapoat aver told In Cairo. Kor black
pmlth'i uau In tutting tlra. thay are unonuallud.
Luave your orduri at tha Tenth itreut wood yard.