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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1881.
NTEtiKD AT THE POST OPFIC I.N CAIHO, IL
LINOIS. AH SKCON1) -CLASS MATTKK.
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Bar. Thr. Hum
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III , ii 'JO
U.ilmnn T.-inniriiliir,'. Ion MIllllllUOl Tem-
,,rntur :T: Rainfall, tl 1,1 ni' h-H.
liner, Wi feet ii inche", KIi'iMiiche"
StTc'l Sit'tial Corel. L. 8. A.
pOH MA Yd II.
Ihcii iillrii c Iiv my friend" hii1 lv a
Iftvat numlii-ruf rltl.en who have. InTitofori' liecu
iiiinnnfd lo mv. Ki hlmiiii ln'coliie u candidate !r
inn in .voi!iT nf Ihr ritv ul I aim, I ln-rriiy an
hhiiim-i:' mv..f for Ihul imuli inn. nl' il-'Hi to t he
v.iti r. nf t'Hini in do a. lii'rt'tiiliiri'. mil In shirk
in v lul v lii I In.- hour of peril, mul n-'iiri; Hum tlihl
m I niv ai-limm .hall lie In the inl'-re.-t "f Cairo il'id
h..r i lusn 1 ri'imi'ii vonrs ri' in t M ii 1 1
JIKNKY W IMF. It,
I'KAC'K AND l'li(M.I!-!S. hl'KKAII Til K
. I.H. HT
I i'a m. March IT'h. !vl
T ihi' voter. ..I I tn- ritv ul Cairo:
At lli riuu' i'i uf limiiv llli.i uit the iiutierMu'ncd
ionVr hin wrvicm to the inilrpi'iiiUiit vow of
! . t . . I A. . Tl...
I atro a a canoi'iHo: f .r on' oni"' m in"i. nr
cit reiiiir.'. a limn of commercial experience,
jufi lliin ti inf. In we r m lU.d ly union.
ml r.ir. iii liilrtli riii' i: in our iiu.iui". iiinimn '-
nipiu i.n thin ir-e.iii Ain.r;ati continent, aim In the
nameo! Wliinst n. .I. lfi rii, a m Jnh.uu. and
in tin- n nn- of the (in at Lino . (irceniim k l.aii .r
3'nrtv. fur initli. j n-t ic and equal liirhtf. will 1
atdiid V'ut n ml vnl llel.
I)r K Cl. KK E.
All persous Hie urgeutly lequested to
thoroughly clean up their premises in view
nf the aooroachinir warm weather. All
rubbish, tans, lumps etc., may be deposited
iu piles iu the streets lor the next ten days
and will be removed y teams, employed
by the city. N- rnisTi.F.wooi),
11 iviii made extensive improvi'iiii'iits in
the Planter' llmi.te mid being now
thiiroiiirhlv preimied to aceninmodatc tiny
number ol day boarders, we would respect
fully wilicit a hliaie of ( 'aim's patronage in
this line. Our accuniiiiiiilations are eitial
in every respect to those ot any hotel in
the state and, as to rates, we are ready to
compete with any one in the city.
I lorn Uazzoi.a.
'J oiisorhi! Parlors.
The most popular and elegant tonsmiiil
establishment in the city is that of Win.
Alba, near the corner of Sixth street and
Commercial avenue. The most complete
outfit can be found there, and none but the
best artists in that line nf industry are em
ployed there. Persons wishing a first chis
hair-cut, shave or slutmpoon should call at
the parlor of Win. Alba.
The building of new and cleaning out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal piomptly attended to.
J. s. Hawkins.
' At tlm carni'l nlliitnlinii of ninny lili.iin irre-
IifcnvH (if ciiliir ir mlilir, 1 have c.ilim'lilcd 10
fci'ct.me camttilali. fur i-IFlre of city clerk.
nd r'fiectfnll.v k Hie ai live and williiiir siiiprl
il all wlm art" lavnrahlt. lo mv runilnlai y
J.NU. J. IIIKI).
! Cairo. I!K.,Mnn Ii Hull, IsM.
' Uavliis ln'"n coli' ili'il hy anumlmr of my frlc do
ll iivit the city to hi-i dini'a ramlidatu fur cilj cli'i W
In ttti; comlui! rlty trli'i'tinn, l lu-n-iiy , in coniMl
mice with tli iln' ihui e pn-M-nl. Miinunri'f
myai lf ana randldaii' fur t hit olliic. and hope tlial
all mv Irn udii will ataml Iiv nn;.
JOHN LA 1.1. Y.
W aro a thorlnl to aimnuticp Mr. JUI1N
WI :.KKUSI)N a a i-a'liduli: tur City Cle 'i iu
Die April elect ion.
A car load or choien .Michigan Apples
just received and for sale bv (J. M. Ai.df.x,
Tl Ohio Levee.
Mrs. .S uuuel Fisher has received a fresh
stuck of new family gnM:eries, including a
supply of fine pit kled salmon new and
nice. Try them. Store on Washington
avenue, between Ninth it Tenth street.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have inercced
their facilities for he accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another large room adjoining their
We are anlliorir-il tn nnni.iKe Mr LEANDKK I ,!,, il ,m Wiiltmt. lii-lui-en Tuelt'tli inwi
A X LEY nf a i amlM id' fur Citv Cli rk 'ii the rl'-c- I . . . ... . . . . . in.
I iiirici'iiiii hireeia. i)iy scimoi, j a. m.
Ladies' cla-ss at 'i, and night school at 7 p.
m. leims low, Hit invariatiiy in mlvance.
lion to lie In' Id m il month
poit I'OI.ICK MAI8TI(ATE,
i'lca!' annonnri' mr a u randldat j for re election
to llii. nitlcit of i'oin.i.' .MiiL'iatratu at the I'lisulux
city clef lion. . iti.-i'iMTtriiiiv,
(KO H. OLMSTED
Wi- ar.' aiilhorl.nl to animuuri' Mr. ALFRED
COM INii.S a a canilnlali: lor thu iiflli: of l'olire
.Maiitrli' for Ibu city of I'airoat the cotnini; city
Mor.M F.u varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at I'iik Uulletix ofhee.
J,XK CITYTKEASl KF.Ii.
Editor lliilli.'tln : Plc.w aimoinn-c my iiaiiiv an an
indi'pi'nd'iit candldiite fur thu oltli e of City Tri sn
nrer al I tn; t-iiHuiii city clc-rlion
TIIUMAS J. KEHTII.
The licst of corneil lieef in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Ei'dith street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticm iu tlil column, five cctiU per Hue, uacb
I HFrtion. ror oih iiionlli, 5D i i.'titii per line.
N'ollc In the'e coltimm, too culita pur line.
oaca lunertioD. MarKmi
(.'losing Out, Uools iiiul Shoes.
Haying a very large stock of winter ful' "last yesterday.
goons on mum consisting oi i.ents, L,aiii"s To-morrow ni'dit
ami ciiiinren.s sewcn ami peggct lMiot.sanil
Wines, 1 have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, iu order to
make room lor an immense stock ot spring
goods which will Oeiii .o arrive soon. If
ill want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and see for
themselves. C. Kotri.
No. !H1 Commercial avenue between Fifth
mil Si x tli streets. Cairo Ills.
Mr. 9. Walter's planing mill was in
Oysters! Fish ! (Janie!
Fre.di oyster, line and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! liu Ik oysters re
ceived daily limn Mobile, and lialtiniore
oysters received ill cans, direct liom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on baud and always fresh.
The "Red Snapper," the king among tish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and li.di, corner Ohio Levee and
Kighth street. IIoiikkt Hkwitt, Ag't.
Try It! Try It!
I si; the Pantagrapli Hinder. (lovers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by Tiik C.uito ISitlktin
for putting up Letter, Note, Hill Heads and
other printed stationery,
Use Tiik Caiiio Hi i.i.i.tin scratch books,
for sale at the ollice, k'OD leaves to the
All persons, owing taxes on real estate or
personal property, will take notice that I
will be found in my ollice from H o'clock
a. m. to i) o clock p. m., lor the purpose ol
receiving the same. There is money saved
vy paying" taxes at once, ( all and see.
MieriH and Collector.
Caiiio, III., March :j, 1881.
A good sto k of paper, expressly for
Hcktograph use, for sale at TltK Ill'l.i.l'.TlN
Hiii klen's Arnica Salve.
The Im-sI salve iii the world for cut's,
bruises, sores, uImts, salt rheum, lever sores,
etu-r, chapped hands, chillilains, corns, and
til kimta of skin eruptions. This salve is
KuarautHed to Wi- ,,Crfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded, price. 25
cents per mX. Vr sal by ko. K. OTIaha
, 101(111 hYIHI'.
a noted magician
will hold forth at the afheneum.
Mrs. Or. Arter has been for the past
week confined to her bed with a bilious at
Mr.' II. F. Ooodyear is at work on the
ubrey residence up town, making general
touching poetical contribution lrom
"Kate W ." will be found in this morn
Check books, pceipt books, order
lftniks, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Ik'i.LKTiN ollice.
-The anti-Grant republicans are con
siderably put out at the stalwart character
of most ot the recent nominal ions.
Farmers in Mississippi county, Mo.,
are turning their attention to early potatoes
more money in them than in corn.
Mr. W. II. Kay, chief of the signal
service at this point, believes that we will
have continued fair weather for a while
To make room for my large Spring
Slock, I offer GHO pairs custom made
Misses' and Children's Shoes at cost. o.
--The newly elected boar J of directors
of the Luilding and Loan Association will
meet in the office of Squire Comings next
The city of New York is being illumi
nated by electric light. Mr. Edison's cmn
pany will make no reduction below the
price of the gas companies.
-The rolling mill strike in Springfield,
III., still continues. A futile attempt was
made a day or two ago to fill the places of
the old hands with new ones.
Mr. Lou in Herbert, the Commercial
avenue saloonkeeper, has the lumber ready
and will lay a new floor in his saloon. The
work will begin in a day or two.
The president is much worn by the
attacks of the nflice seekers, and Tuesday,
by advice of his doctor, began horseback
riding. Tin said ho rides a horse well.
Dr. Frank Metcalf and Messrs. Guy
Morse, Frank Walker and Thomas Home,
a musical quartette of excellent talent, will
sing in the Methodist church next Sunday.
Mr. Klmer K. Coinings has purchased
the cooper shop formerly belonging to J.
K. Parke. It will be given in haruo of
pKrtiea. i a ,iliy or (W(1) who Wl) lf,lin m;t
it in motion.
-To morrow morning w() will publish
HimtW uprightly lettei from Lucy Carter,
'dy not unknown in Cairo, on New York
pring fashion, which will greatly interest
our Cairo U.liua.
-Growing wheat on the bottom lands of
Southern Illinois issaid to be in a damaged
condition. Ami in some locnUUe, farmers
have decided to plow the crop under aud
make way for corn.
The Mite society met at the
residence ot Mr. Fred Smith yesterday
evening as was provided. A goodly uuin
ber of people were there.
A new flag pole will soon be erected in
the custom hoiue yard. It is already on
the way here. The walk around the build
ing will also be repaired in Kpiing.
The luneral of Mrs. HefHy, who died
several nights ago, took place yesterday
afternoon. A large number of the deceased's
fiiends followed the remains to the place
of interment, Ileech Grove.
The Ueforiu Club will meet to-night
in the hall on Tenth strctit and.among other
things of importance that are to be done, is
the election of officers. A good attendance
should be present, for the meeting will
certainly be an interesting one.
-The residence of Mr. F. M. Ward on
Commercial avenue is being extensively
repaired by Mr. Phillips. An addition has
been built to the rear end and new shutters
put on all the windows, making it much
more comfortable than it formerly was.
-Some of the stone that was unloaded
at the river bank on Ohio levee for use on
Eighth street is covered with water.ntid the
constant rise of the river threatens to cover
much more of it. It appears that some at
tention oii'dit to be "iven to it bv those in
whose charge it may be.
Several of the teamsters in the city
have a habit of driving too fast when re
turning to their work with an empty
wagon. They should bear in mind that
this is dangerous, if not to themselves, at
least to pedestrians, and that there is an
ordinance agiinst it, which is liable to lie
enforced against them at any time.
A carpenter named Jno. Mitchell in
Dardwi il, K'y., got into a row with another
man a day or two ago who drew a pistol
and placing the muzzle close to Mitchell's
stomach tired. The ball passed through
his clothes and only made a blue maik on
his stomach, lodging finally in one of hi
boots. That s a valuable stomach of Jno
To-ui'dit will probably close the
amusement season here, and one so success
ful a. that just passed could not be more
fittingly clo.sed than by a troupe like that
of IJilly Arlington. The seats were selling
rapidly yesterday, and as everybody seems
determined to attend and help the "Iloon"
along, it would be as well to call at Hart
man s early and at lea.-t assure yourself of
The ladies of the Episcopal c!iurcli ex
pect to give a strawberry festival and grand
literary entertainment for the benefit of the
church sour, iiftcr Lent. The tune for
holding it has not yet been determine!
upon; but the ladies will meet at the resi
deuce of Mrs. C. Pink on next Saturday
afternoon, at three o'clocs, when, wc lc
lieve, all necessary pieliminary arrange
ments will be made.
A large audience greeted the Me
Intyre it Heath minstrel company last
evening and was highly entertained by
them. The performance generally was, of
course, similar to what our people have
seen hundreds of times before, but the par-
titular features and the manner of render
ing them were new and highly entertain
ino. The company is a large one and gives
a good lot of solid fun for the price ot ad-
Late foreign dispatched state that the
lioors have accepted the conditions of
peace imposed by the liritish and the war
in Atrica ceases. The conditions give
self government to the Hours, but leave the
control of forei'-n relations with Great
Iiritain and place the Hocrs practically un
der the protection of that government. That
the lioers should have accepted the terms
shows the rough Dutch pioneers to be pos
sessed of discretion as well as stubbornness,
and that England should make peace after
a sore defeat is an honor to the English and
the Gladstone administration.
publican organization is repugnant to him,
he imagines he is under obligations to vote
to continue the republicans in power iu the
senate." Can the Times discover any dif
ference hut ween this true pictuie of Mahoiio
and the one it drew of Senator Davis?
-Tim iiisiirauco adjusters yesterday inti
mated the loss on Mr. P.O. Schuh's stock
to be nine thousand dollars. The loss on
the fixtures was estimated at thirteen
hundred aud ninety-four dollars, and that
on the building at even thirteen hundred
dollar!', making a total of eleven thousand,
six hundred and ninety-four dollars, which am
DRUGGIST- OKO. E. O'HAHA,
fHGSNIX DKIJti STORE
QUO. K. O'1-IA.Kl, Proprietor,
Cor, Coninicreial Avenue
and Eighteenth Street. I
. . i . . . . i
lias ain any iieen paid over hy the coinpa-
nies. 3lr. .Sehuli is very well satisfied with
the settlement, believing that the estimate '"-'K'1" 'y u musical rendition on the piano
was a fair one, and that the amount allowed ,)y Mss,,i Maud Kittcuhouse, Phillis
him will cover his actual losses hy the fire. nd Edith Martin. Then followed
This does not, however, include the loss he twrciscs by some of the classes of the room,
will sustain by having bis business stopped ' ''rst WIIS ,,lu A class in English litera-
for so long a time, w hich will be considcra- ,llru "' w hich all the scholars acquitted
Night before last Mr. and Mrs. ('has.
Schocnemeyer were awakened by the bark
ing of their ilog, but as perfect quiet soon
followed, they did not suspect that any
thing was wroni' about their premises. In
the morning when they arose, however,
they soon discovered that all was not right.
The door ot their smoke house, which
stands back of their residence, was open
and the contents of the house, consisting of
almtit fifteen hams and a
I . a
mi oi nice bacon. were
XTOTK'K. LAIHK.V-TlH'ri' will I,. H ..-,, fnu. ,lf
Ibt-lailleanr thit Klil.rot.nl i linr. h hi n.
I". I'ltik, on Sntiinlav nlt.'riiiiou at
A larxo itteiiilaun. . ilinir, ,!,
nVnri' of M r
three o, clock
WANTFI. - Kw'r,l..,ly to h.iv ' ,
.! l,lv''.,",r,",."""ro r,,l""-'l ' v.rin,!..',
Iiy l. K. kirij! M op i i,nMti. (nut hi,,,,,.. t,r.
1'T by mail or at tin: .1,011 will Imw i.n.i.., .1 ii. ..
li,,n ' 1 I "
themselves creditably. Next came tho C
class giving a number of original
sentiments on Cairo, which were
highly enjoyed by the audi
ence. The 1! class followed this with a
number of original sentiments on the state
of Illinois; then came the A class again
with sentiments on the United States.
This was a highly entertaining feature
of the exercises, furnishing both food for
thoii'dit and amusement to tho lii.un.Fi
After these sentiments, etc., Misses Edith
M utin arid Maud Pittenhotise rendered an
;one. Closer examination proved that iinM,u'';,'t ' pin in a very AP1uy ., monuiM;;;'1' "
o.iii7 manner, roiiowmg this were two
J J""Url" '" tW'"". "" -' in-
-noil NA1.K - Oiih law tank, capacity flliv ,Mr.
I rU: and on.' .inai it 1., ,. 1 . 1
uakwoud. Apply t " "r'"r' '"""u
MVOJOIM KCM LIZE.
H i! lot 1,11
nn lit l,i r
IOK HALF..- The l-Mitirnl en,.,.
1 Tinth Mici t App'VinMr Mdi
milliner Mure on F.iiihih .ir i t.
Al OOKINU SloVKfor xule.u ill, two rmi n,
two haki: pan. at il twe il,iii; : ,. H
001, aia. Apply at I ulii In, 1 , .
P'"! IlKNT- I'm n .. fi n i.l n! , t,, (,,
""'"' "l" II I' I If Ml . ft Unit. lil. .. !. -
W. E. Clark, of Chicago, has hsd his
little game blocked in St. Louis. Holms
been professedly organizing a variety
troupe and engaging yumg ladies to start
out with the troupe, requiring them to de
posit fl.OO to fi.bO as security for the
spangles, etc. He advertised for a treasu
rer, who must deposit $.10 as security and
secured a gentleman named Wallace who
came down with that amount. Clark even
went so far as to bill Helleville (without
any intention of going there) when his
treasurer began to smell a large rat and
gave (he whole thing away to the police
Clark got wind of the affair and took a
hasty departure, but his assistants are in
"In broad contrast with Senator Malionc
is Senator David Davis. He claims to be
independent in tho fullest extent; but when
it comes to determine the question, Shall
the republicans or tho democrats organize
and control the senate? all at once lie dis
covers he was elected by democratic votes,
and though he is a republican in principle,
aud tho democratic organization is repug
nant to him, ho imagines ho is under obli
gation to vote to continue the democracy
111 power in the senate." Carmi Times. Wo
can not see whero tho broad contrast comes
in. Suppose wc put it in this way: "In
broad contrast with Senator Davis is Sena
tor Mahone. Ho (Malionc) claims to bo
independent in tho fullest extent; but when
it comes to determine tho question, Shall
the republicans or the democrats organizo
the senate? all at once he discovers that ho
was elected by republican votes and though
he Is a democrat in principle and the ro-
some pci son or persons had cliined over
the fence from the Poplar street side and
with two iron bar had prized the door
open, drawingv the steeple out. Mr.
Schocnemeyer concludes that, as the dog
did not make much noise, being booh qui
eted after having noticed the thieves, they
must have been persons who were accus
tomed to come about the house. He esti
mates his hi:. at about titty dollars and is
letermined to hunt the rascal or rascals
A large mid hi illiant party of Cairo their
ladies and gentlemen, (the latter muchly in
the minority 1 accompanied tho school
teachers on their trip to New Orleans yes
terday evening. Tho steamer John A.
Scudder, upon which the part left, was
heavily laden with freight, the cabin being
entirely hidden by sacks of grain or In an,
and other freight, which must interfere
somewhat with the pleasure of the trip.
However, thi.- is the best season of the
year for a trip to New Orleans, for the
weather will be delightful throughout, and
tue attractions in the city are many and
interesting. We did not obtain a comnlete
ist of thoc who went, but wc
know that the following were
among them: Misses Foss. Armstrong,
Lacrone, K'rinble, Sisson. Hayes, Hack-
conipositious-one by Mi.vs Amy Wilson
and tho other by Miss Laura Walbridge,
1., .1 1, .... .
,re very interesting pajiers,
carelully prepared and well read.
Hut one of the best features of the enter
tainment was a seiies of papers discussing
the temperance question, by four of (he
young ladies of the room. This discus
sion hxik place between Misses Maud Kit-
tenhousc, Nelli Mi-Galley, Sadie Wheeler j
and Eva Shcpard. The patters were all
well prepared and equally well read by
authors, and therefore it
was, perhaps, difficult to determine which
w 'he advocates of moral suasion or of
TELKI'ilON F. NO. -x
-I. C. CLAIJK,
Staple and Fancy.
Country Produce a Specially.
Cull aiM iwamli.c
Net KM1ITII STiiEKT.
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... uuu,K nrat cia
At the conclusion a number of tableaux
I C 1
ano 1 tew snort speeches were given,
which 1. id credit to all who took any part
in them. Wc have no doubt but that yes
terday and, in fait all this week, will re
main green in the minds of all the scholars
of the ('air schools and to many of our
WAIT FoH THE 1510 SHOW'
Last aipKJreatt'st Minstrels
pleasure in adding to your many testimon
ials, that lat Thursday, (Thanksgiving
Day), not I emg able to preach on account
ol rheumatic pains in the shoulder, i
bought a bottle of St. Jacobs Oil which at-
stair and M illie itiley, teachers; and Misses t'-'r """'K vral times relieved UI. won
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Kmma Kilev. Itosa Goldstine. Kffi,. .U. I """'')
man, Tennie woodward, Alice Halliday and
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" I' ' iiiimsier 01 troy, t 1 AJIOCS J KKr'nKMKJ'S -.l
' (illKAT KNI) MK n
oi k mms.
the children of Captain W. P. and II. L.
Halliday. Among the married ladies, wLo
were of the party, were Mrs. J. A. Gold-
stine, Mrs. A. Marx, Mrs. Henry Wells and
1 ( O.MKDIANN 10
JJ (treat Son,' and Dance 31 en !!
'''liLITTKKINO CL0(;i)AX( ;i:s G
llefore the fool Mg,u al our.
Tha lin at, sc riulrand (irl .tn.i i-a .. ....
Ion . and all will app.'-.ral the v
Friday Mght, March i.'.th. 1!!!H.
I.M KKKAT S KF. OKIS.
A railroad hand from Last Cairo stoli:
Severn l.urs i.l t,i,,i, lr,,i,. I- n H.. i,... t.
Mra V U'.IU A, ,1 .l. .. 1 " '" 1 ' lv
. , : " , ' , . ' . ... Co- J'"t"'l'''.v Hlternoon, and was about to
1 ' 'U"m ' U lir' J" ' "aW- walk ay when he wasL-ently. but firmlv.
ordered to "halt." He had been detected
A bill in regard to carrying di adly in the crime, and Messrs. Paticr it Co., had VOCUM fc BliODFI'f ( 'k'
U'C ll.Allu IikI i,n,l :., tl... til!.,..: . I... ' I I I, In, air. ..!,.,! I . .. I I ! .1.. ! !1 I A c '
... ......... j jif.-i.-,;. j), 11 us i ii hums ir i si ;i- i . ..ii - .-"..', ii ii i iujijii oi i ii it county jail
ture would be an admirable thing in any M'ir ti.'mporary safe keeping. He will have
state, though it might be opposed as the his preliminary trial before K.viuire (is-
og law and other n form measures have l oin to d iy.
lipori Tin. 1,111 tiM.:,i,.u .,...:..,. .i i.. . r I i.n
- "Knoim me. sun' oi r.ueiifnv.a woman ol more aniict te
.1,,.,,. .1.,.. . . :.. .i 1 1 . I . . "
h.u.,kt.i,., now similar ueaoiy weajions to than moral courage, was brought before
oe i arrieu on tne person, and makes it a Judge )..fed han-ed with imbibing too
. t i r '
;rave oiionse to sell deadly weapons of this freely and too plentifully of whiskv. She
class, as well us of pistols, to minors; and
also provides that persons dealing in dead
ly weapons shall keep a register of all such
weapons sold or given away by them, show
ing date of sale, number and kind sold, age
and name of person purchasing or receiving
them, kind, price, etc.; said register to be
open for the inspection of the public at any
time. A failure to keep such record, or
the omission of any entry or any false entry,
subjects the dealer to a line of not less
than ifW nor mor'j than $,'00. The bill
also subjects the person carrying a conceal
ed weapon of any kind lo the same penalty
ol fr. to .f Jlio fin,.. It will be seen lhat
such a law as this will go far, not only to
prevent crimes, hut will aid largely in tho
letection ot murderers. The bill aids in
making difficult the means of murder, aud
also adonis the clues for tracin" crimi
nals. It is u piactical measure and likely a,:,i"" yi'Hl''"l"'
o lie followed by the best results
Washington Avenue. Cor.
CAIUO .. . ILT.S
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
was sent tojaii.
Jwo boot blacks black boot blacks
got into a quarrel yesterday und could not
come to an amicable settlement of their
differences without a resort to physical
force. They did so, but when they did so JEW YORK STOKE,
me law at once iiecamc a party to the
quarrel, and in order to satisfy it they were
taken before Judge Olmsted, who sent ore
of them tojaii for a number of days.
The case of Mrs. Sarah Higgins against
whom State's Attorney Dainron had filed
an information charging her with keeping
a bad house, and which came up for trial in
the county court before Judge Yocum day
before yesterday, was concluded yesterday
evening. It took up all dsy yesterdiiy and
the defendant was acquittee In the evening.
Squire Comings' court was not called into
Largest Variety Stock
GOODS SOLI) VEItYCLOSE
C. O. PATIFK CO..
Cor. Niiii'tt'cnth Hired ) I J .v 1 1 1
Commercial Avenue J viiuu, Jilt
MX I'l itl'KANKK'H NOTK'K.
I.N TIIK IIK'l IT I.KIIK 8 OFKICK OF AI.F.XAN
Will COUNTY YF.KTF.IUIAV.
Taylor it Pursons to A. P. Scbroeder;
special warrantee deed, dated March Kith,
T. .1. H Flint anil M. A. A 11. (Ulliert. Ill.rl all
other Inlereali'd, ar liereliv noillli'd Mint on tin'
Jllhilayol .lt A. 1 . ISTt). at a tax cale of r ul
I'Htiile. held at the ninth woi'ti'rly door of the conn,
ly court lioime, In ihe cltyofCalro, In paid county
and Hialti. Iiv tlio then aherlff and ex-nl)li:lo collec-
toroflMii. Inaniiroraii iicoiiniv. . it ii.rt
hdCHmo the Iian haaerot lot iiiiiniicri'd eli vcn In
TIIKIIKill SCHOOL YESTERDAV.
The closing feature of the examination
took place in the high school roomyestcrday
afternoon. It was in the lorin of literary
and musical exercises by the scholars of
the room, nearly all of them taking a part,
and Prof. Alvurd superintending. ' The
on this occasion beautifully decorated with ,,,m" Dippold and wife to ,1. Sharpe Mc
pictures and evergreens in tho f()rm 0f Donald ; deed, dated January Sffth, 187(1, jhftd " "'"
mottoes. All the si ho .iiu' u..iu ii lor lots numbered nine. ten. e even ami uii.iih.ht, rnreiia.er.
. . . i I lumiitt fl I liiellu ..ffi..!... i i.l
I tor lots seventeen mid eighteen, block r(MU1ty And ninto, tnx(l In the mum-nr if . o,
Hixry-tigni. in idl city oi uuo. on- . )ork Dun,i,rnd twenty in tlm rity of Cairo. t
sideration three hundred and fifty .lobars.
achool atidcoriioratloti nr the rlty nt Cairo tines
taJiin tlinri'on lor tlm year, A. I , 1878. anil Hint Hm
not ucd by their owners were occupied by wt!'v,! ''lock numbered twelve, in the
visitors ami a great many extra chairs and c',ir "' i;ii'ro- ('onsideratiou ten thousand 1
i i.. i . . .i. ii '1'"
oencnes were oiniigiit jt, to iiccominodate
tho immense crowd that fnitln.ri.il tl.m .1. Hharoc Metionnld to Corodon A.
AX I'L'UCIIAHEIIS NOTKK.
Kniniu YoK(. or any other perioti, or in'rHima
lniori'.ti'ci : ,
v.... .... 1 , -l.t.,.1 ., I
In f'oriiilon A. ii ru iiureny iiniiii'-u ni".i ni a -aie oi real pa.
i lain, in tin. rfiinit or a uxanrnir niu uiut,.r n
I. n I.. , .. I ... , , . . ,, 1. 1.,,l I ... i . .... II .....I .." "
"""'"-"".v eijtiai to any audience that woodward; special warrantee neon, "j u ,""vl " r sum county,
r.,..tii...,..i .... . . i-.. in. ?z r,v""i"-''L'iJ ;n" ."
o ' "1 mc atuenotllll, anil would ruoiniiry ist, USUI, lor lots nine, m city oi iro, in aniu lonntv mul utate, n thu
probably lllVe been enllrely equal to veil and twelve, in block twelve, In the city SftSJT thi lolT.Vlna ribrl nMreituf i" a
ny had ltl(.re been room enough, of Cairo. Consideration sixteen hundred ?r 'ft,-
And to say that tho attraction there was mil fifty dollars. for thu year A. I.,1S78, together with penalties and
f.iMlu : aalil rual I'Mtutn Itnti... iu...l i t
, .i . -:-- '- - o.i.ik; in.cii ill niw iiiniio in
K ChriNtlimtl to UOnMMMi a. ftmmi xoih, io-wm ; Lot ntimberecl o.hvoimM), In
e.iualtouny literary feast, when everv
thing is considered, that our people have Woodward; quit claim deed, dated March SMmTuT
yet witnessed is not overdrawing it in the 1st, I8l, for lots numbered one and part WWSiSri.'lSi
i ne sci.o.ars were all well prepared of lot numbered two, in blocK numooreci
and rendered their respectivo parts in n twenty-one, iu tho Fourth addition to tho
very line manner. The afternoon exercises city of Cairo. Cousldoration oue dollar.
hy law for the ri'dnniiilliin fifaalil real mini,. Uni
xplro on tlm Sib day of Julv, A. I)., lssl
m. u. urenn riniu,
Analirtmn of the nnri'lmu...
Cairo, 111., March Siltb, A, I)., lssl,