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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY :. MORNING; rMAY J7;MS81.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In this column, Bv cenu per llus, each
tnsartiou. ror one month, so cents per una.
Two chocks, oue on Alexauder Co. Bank,
drawn bv Hit.klo & Mooro tor f 33.00 ami
the other ou Halliday Bros, for U0. The
finder will please leave at tins oince. ray
meat Iiin been stopped.
Slitivhiff and Other Sunday Work of
We the undersigned, barbers of Cairo,
Illinois, agree to adopt the following prices
for Sunday work, commencing on Suuday,
May 33d, 1881:
Shaving 15 cents
Hair Cutting 33 cents
Shampooing 35 cents
Children's Hair Cuttmgon Sunday . .35 cents
J. Geohoe Steiniioitse,
J. 13. Dokkinu,
Wm. T. Scott.
I offer my store and residence, opposite
the court-house, together with stock and
fixtures, at a bargain for cash. Satisfactory
remans for selling given. This is tho best
business stand iu the city, especially for
doing a country business. Apply to
J. II. Metcalf.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The copartnership of "Barnard & Hen
nie " composed of John G. Barnard and
John T. Itenuiu, bus been dissolved. All
persons concerned will please take notice of
the fact and govern themselves accordingly,
John T. Rensik.
Cairo, III, April 20, 1881.
To Whom it may Concern.
Nonce is hereby given thit Jonn T. Uen
nio of the firm of B.imard k Rennie, did on
the 2Cth ot April and thereafter publish a
of the dissolution of said firm, witli-
ir ledge or consent. I therefore
iy all persons, to pay no debts
to purchuse any niaten-
irm, or to contract any
lOlX. il W.nn
tn Ktiu-t for lionm iTri til"
are to givo the tirst bfc,
Dl is engaged to Lorjason I will ruu an
I am receiving at,f the city and will
Montmorency j,.fUry 0f pUr(j lake ice to
tend the btijuontities large or small
' USave orders at C. W. Wheeler's v
.ard, on Tenth street.
Geo. W. Si'ence.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Hektogrnph use, for sale at The Bulletin
- Planters House.
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planters House and being now thor
oughly prepared to accommodate any num
ber of day boarders, we would respecttully
solicit a share of Cairo's patronngo in this
line. Our accommodations are equal in
every respect to thoso ot any hotel in the
state and, as to rates, 'we are ready to com
pete with any one in the city.
Botto & Gazkola.
Ubo TueCaiko Bulletin scratch books,
for sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen Ijookb. 10 cents each
or 1.00 per dozen.
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets,
Furnished only by Tns Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Howe Scales are guaranteed in every
particular, to bo the best made. Borden
Hclleck & Co., General Agents, Chicago,
Buck lea's Arnica Salve.
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In them eoinmm, ten hum per line,
each Insertion. Marked
Bee notice of checks lost in Bpccial lo
-Nun Plus Ultra Havanas, 10 cents
straight, at SctiuVs.
-Mrs. Ann Eliza Young spoke at Tartu
call last evening.
Fon Sale Entire outlU c.r t,.h...
Bkatos, 20 pairs for skating rink trs'mKu
pair. Enquire A. W. P., Box 702.
Mm. Lizzie Silver shipped some or the
fittt 'and finest strawberries from Villa
Rlilgo to Cairo and Chicago this season.
Wo have received season ticket to
the Nashville Industrial exposition, which
takes place on the 24th, 25th and 20tli
instants. Tho chief attraction thero will
Mr. A. W. Wills is chairman and Wm.
Randly, secretary of the military com
The democrats of Frankllu couuty hel
a mass meeting at the court-house in Ben
ton, last Saturday, and appointed a county
Mr. Alford, a prominent farmer of
Piko county, was stricken dead by light
nuitf on Fndav. Ono of his horses was
served in a similar manner.
The Paducah races this year have been
a financial failure, tho attendance being
generally very small; yet, in every other
way, they were a decided success.
The Fulton county criminal . court
has sentenced John Colson, of Canton, to one
year in the penitentiary for forgery, and
Philip Harliss for a similar term for assault
with intent to kill.
The suits for damages pending in tho
circuit court between Mr. Geo. G. Wichert
on the ono side and J. Burger and Burger
Bios, on the other, were compromised last
week, tho plaintiff receiving ono hundred
Tho Hodge default case still takes up
much time in the court of Pope county
odge is the ex-Bhenff of tho county and
during his term of oflice, used some of tho
county's money for purposes thought to be
out ol keeping with law.
Saturday morning Mr. Phil. H. Saup
found his hunting dog dead in the yard of
his residence. The dog was 4very intclli
gent, highly prized by his owner and is
supposed to have been poisoned, as he was
quite well the day before.
The newsboys and bootblacks of St
Louis, who have joined in a strike for the
last few days, have decided to hold out all
summer, if necessary. Tho .former want a
reduction in the price ot papers, and the
latter an increase in the price ot blacking
Tho residence of Mr. Henry Ashton,
on Walnut, between Fourth and Fifth
streets, was entered by a thiet last Satur
day night. The thiet entered by tho way
of tho kitchen window, but was discovered
by Mr. Ashton before lie had time to
gather up anything.
Tho Jews of New York aro tired of be
ingshut out of the hotels at summer r:
sorts. They have a bill before the New
legislature to maintain the equal
of citizens in places of public re
The chances are the bill will pass,
;i Judge Hilton should squan
dollars of his millions in opposi
ring meeting of the Carbondale
Aasocruion takes place in that city on
Thursday antyFriday of this week. It is
said that over forty fine horses have en
gaged stabling and many moro arc expect
ed in a few days. The society are doing
everything in their power to muko this
meeting a success and are anticipating a
The people of Pennsylvania are anxious
to have the bones of William Pcnn buried I
within the limits of that stato. A resolu
tion was passed both branches of tho legis
lature on last Thursday which has for its
object tho removal of William Penn's re
mains from England to Pennsylvania.
Undoubtedly Pennsylvania ought to con
tain the grave of Penn.
From the Grayville Independent we
see that a man named James Ashley came
to Grayville some days ago and engaged at
one of the barber shops. He worked well
for ono week, obtained tho second week's
wages in advanco, selected an outfit of the
best barber's tools in tho establishment,
pocketed what money there was in tho till
and left the premises and tho town for
County couit convenes to-day with
Judgo Yocura on tho bench. Tho most
important business to-day and to-morrow
will probably be tho rendering ot judg
ment on tho delinquent tax list. Objec
tions to the list will be filed to-day.
On Wednesday Judgo Yocum will hold
court in Pulaski county, where some very
important questions concerning the rail
road tax of that county will arise.
Property holders on tho Illinois Bhore,
abovo and below East St. Louis, held a
mass meeting a few days ago and appointed
a committee to go to Springfield
and ask the legislature for an
appropriation of seventy-five thousand dol
lars to repair the damages done by the late
flood. They are also making preparations
. I f .. .I.,- L. l! . V . I .1
the other sewers, but the water ran into
instead of out of the city and hence it was
closed again. It was opened once more
yesterday morning, however, and the sipu
water is now rapidly receding from all
parts of the city.
It is purposed to vote each evening at
the carnival for a queen of tho carnival
to bo crowned upon the fourth evening.
This will create a great interest among the
young people and perhaps tho elder ones
Yesterday afternoon Mr. C. Pink had
his pouy hitched to his buggy with tho in
tention of taking a ride. The rig was
brought to tho express office on tho levee
and Mr. Pink and his hired man had just
entered it when tho pony started off at a
break neck speed, nearly overturning the
vehicle. But ho was stopped at the corner
of Eighth street without having done any
harm beyond giymg tho occupants a severe
The Author's Carnival is all the ab
sorbing topic of conversation and tho inter
est awakened is great. The ladies in
charge have accomplished wonders can
sidenng the short tirao in which they have
been making their preparations. The cos,
tumcs are expected to arrive on the eleven
o'clock train from Chicago this morning,
and can be had on application to Mr. Speck,
who has been aiding the ladies in the mat
ter and has kindly taken it in charge.
Last Sunday Coroner Richard Fitz
gerald took three prisoners to tho Chester
penitentiary, who had been convicted and
sentenced at this term of the circuit court
in Alexander county, The prisoners were
James Nugent, who goes for one year for
burclary; Robert Peterson, two years for
larceny, and Marion Wilhite, ono
year lor assault with intent to kill.
The second named was sent from here
somewha over a year ago and a short time
after his release committed the act lor
which he will now serve out another year.
-From an item under the head of Real
Estate Changes, it will be seen that another
important transfer ot land within the city
ot Cairo has recently been made. Over
twenty-one acres along the Mississippi
levee has been purchased from Messrs
Taylor & Parsons by Mr. Wm. Butler Dun
can, for use by tho Mobile & Ohio railroad
company for tracks and yards. In the
course of a few months a largo portion of
tho city on tho Mississippi side will bo one
grand railroad yard, which will increase
the value of property there by drawing
business to it.
A deputation from tho National Tem
perance society called on President Gar
field Friday aud presented an appeal to the
president to so define tho order of ex-Pres
Hayes, torbidding tho sale of liquors at
army forts and posts, as to have it include
fermented as well as distilled liquors. The
deputation presented petitions from thirty
states and territories, representing some
300,000 members of churches and temper
ance societies. Among the petitioners aro
Gov. Long, of Massachusetts, and Gov. St,
John, of Kansas.
A woman nameMattie Gray became
enamored of a young druggist of Peoria
some timo ago and tried to induce him to
marry her, but ho refused until she became
possessed ot a secret that wouldsend him and
several prominent physicians of tho city to
tho penitcntiory for a term of years. The
physicians then induced him to consent to
a marriage and thus tho secret was kept
from the grand jury. Tho clerk refused to
live with Mattie, howqver, aud therefore
she married somebody else that would.
Sho has been indicted for bigamy.
On Friday night last week theives en
tered tho residenco of Mr. Warden on
Twenty-eighth street through the second
story window by means of a ladder belong
ing to Mr. Henry Stout. They took only
soma jet jewelry belonging to Mrs. War
den. A pair of brogan shoes were found
near Mr. E. B. Pettit's grocery, which tho
thief is suposed to have taken off in order
to avoid making a noise and was frighten
ed away before ho had timo to get them
again. It is thought that this circuin
stance will lend to the detection of thethcif.
Temperance Styce. Box," and , edited by
themselves. Thus closed oiio of the
pleasantest meetings of the year.
-Tho trial of tho suit of William S,
Williams against the consolidated tele
graph companies, to restrain the issue of
$15,000,000 capital stock of the Western
Union telegraph company was begun Fri
day before Judgo Truax, in tho superior
court of New York. Tho counsel em
ployed in the case are ex-Judge Fullerton,
Porter and Whitehead, A. J. Vauderpool,
ey-secretary of tho treasury Bristow,Everett
P. Wheeler and others. Jay Gould and Dr.
Norvin Green were early in attendance, and
will be called as witnesses. It is thought
the trial will occupy the attention of the
court over two weeks.
Some tune in Juno a Sunday school
convention is to be held in this county, at
which matters of interest to all concerned
in tho Sunday school work of Alexander
couuty will bo considered. Rev. B. F.
Jacobs, of Chicago, has been written to and
has signified his willingness to be present.
A correspondence has also been opened
with the Carman family, of Champaign,
Ills., whoso beautiful sacred
songs charmed every' listener at
the frccent Centralia convention. The
family consists of Mr. and Mrs. Carman, a
daughter and four sons, ono of the
latter quite young, all of whom take a part
in the singing and of the character of their
Binging nearly everyone has heard. It is
probable that they will consent to come.
On Sunday afternoon a gentleman and
lady in a buggy were driving up Washing
ton avenue and had reachod Eighteenth
street when, while attempting to turn
arounu, tne norse gavo a 6Uluen jump
capsizing the buggy and dragging it for
a short distance, with the occupants
under it. The horse was caught by some
passers-by and tho unfortunate rider3 assis
ted out trom under the vehicle. The gen
tleman was unhurt, but the lady sustained
some slight injures on one arm and in the
face. Sho was taken to the rcsidence,of
Mr. Samuel Walters where Mrs. Walters
gave her all necessary attention. She was
from Dougola and tho gentleman was from
The man "Nob" Thomas was still in
the city yesterday, lie is a witness in the
McNuIty-Millcr case, which was yesterday
put on trial in the circuit court and a sub
poena had been issued for him. Failing to
make his appearance, Deputy Guy Morse
was sent for him, who found him on the
Illinois Central train, bound for St. Louis.
Ho was taken off tho train when it
stopped above tho elevator and brought
into court to testily. It is to be hoped that
he will not change his determination to leave
town after the court is through with him,
for men of his character are
a burden to any community
There aro several others like him in this
city, who occupy space that would be bet
tor filled by many a penitentiary convict.
Social outcasts, moral leapers, whoso mere
presence in the community prostitutes it.
They are the scum of the sinks of infamy,
who have lost the respect .even of their own
kind. They aro lost to every virtue; in
capable of a pure thought or emotion
they aro the Becret allies of
gamblers and thieves; the wolves
in human form, who prey upon innocence
wherever they find, who contaminate and
seek to destroy every flower in tho garden
of virtue. Their own characters covered
with scabs aud running sores, they
strive to drag others into the
same depths of degradation in
wnicn mey navo wallowed tor years
upon the principle that depravity, like
misery, loves company. Wero these rep
rebates to receive their just dues they would
take their meals through iron bars and
bo learning an honest trade at tho expense
of t!io stato.
; F. S O EL O EMB S
190 Commercial Ave. between Eleventh and Twelfth Streets,
Is very busy making
Now is the time to give him your orders to get "work well
and promptly done.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE REPAIRING DONE
neatly and satisfactorily.
GIVE II I M A O AL L.
in state in tho church which he
had faithfully served for many
years until yesterday and was then hurried
on tho ridge, just above Kendall's larm.
Williams In this city at an early hour
yesterday morning, May 10th, 1881, after a
paintul illness long protracted, Carrie
Or'Lea Williams, youngest daughter of
Capt. Wm. M. Williams, aged ten years,
three months and ten days.
Funeral services will bo held at the
house at 10 a. in. to-day. Tho remains will
bo interred at Beech Grove, the funeral
party leaving tho lower depot of the Illinois
Central R. R. by tho regular accominoda
tionat 11:10 a. m.
CARNIVAL OF AUTHORS.
I'ltlKlUAMMK OK FIItHT EVENING, TUESDAY
MA V 17th.
4 SI 1 it 1
i . urann niarcn oi characters, en cos
tunic, at eight o'clock.
Music by the Orchestra.
2. Tableaux Casket Scene; Merchant
of Venice; Shakespeare.
tt. Music--Duet, Misses Taylor and Hen
1. Recitation and tableau Dream ot
Fair Women, Tennsyon; tableau, Spirit of
5. Tableau Squcer's School ; Dick Swi
veller and the Marchioness. Dickens.
0. Music Vocal solo, Scotch Song
7. Tableau Tournament Scene; Jewel
Scene; Ivanhoe; Scott; Trml of Rebecca.
8. Music Orchestra.
9. Tableau Court Scene; Merchant of
Venice ; Shakespeare.
All persons taking part in the Carnival
are requested to be ou hand promptly at
half-past seven this evening, in costume, if
possible, to take part in the grand march at
Jw ft military display and competitive
drills, which will prove very interesting. J and it was opened simultaneously with
to prevent, If possible, a repetition of the
overflow during the coming J uno riso,
"Mrs. Rector of Cairo, III., daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Bozman, is visiting her
parents in this city. Mrs, Rector is an
amiable and intellectual lady. When
girl, we have no doubt but that her smiles
scattered sunshine in tho hearts of tho
young laddies. We trust none of our read
ers will send this copy of the Journal to
Mr. Rector as we have positively accepted
our last challenge and retired from the
field." Massac Journal.
It was rumored a day or two ago that
the mouth of the up town sower was effec
tually stopped by the foundation of tho new
elovator. This rumor was based upon tho
laet that this sewer was not opened as tho
others wcro sad was circulated with much
energy by persons who grasp at every trifle
b brim odium upon tho city
authorities. Tho tacts aro that
tho mouth of the sower is
uuuuiucrui looiaoovo tho new elevator
Wo have upon several occasions called
attention to tho almost impassible
stato of tho Cairo aixl Vinccnnes
railroad company's track, between
Eighth and Twentieth Streets, but
there has as yet been no movement toward
remedying the evil. We know that largo
bodies move slowly and we have, therefore,
for some time, resisted tho urgings of per
sons who use tno street daily, or even
hourly, to uso other than mild, chiding
terms; but tho company has now had moro
than ample time to movo its ponderous
body and havo this littlo wrong corrected.
Last evening's young poople'g meeting
was again largely attended and it was full
of interest to everybody as thoso meetings
have always been. Before the exercises
begun soino business of impotanco was
disposed, of chief of which was the resolu
tion to havo a moon-light excursion at no
distant day. After this the exercises were
begun by a quartette with instrumental ac
companiment, beautifully rendered by
Misses Annio and Lydm Pitcher and
Messrs. Bcay . and Wengcr. Miss
Annie Jones next gavo a
recitation, which was full ot
merit, both as to matter and stylo. Miss
EITio Coleman then favored the audience
with a vocal solo and was followed in con
clusion by Misses Maud Rittcuhouse and
On Sunday morning Richard Rix, a col
ored man and sexton of the colored people's
church on the corncrof Fifteenth and Wal
nut streets, was found dead on the floor ot
his bed room, which was flooded with bipo
water. It was his duty, as sexton, to open
the church and rinir tho bell for morning
service, but as all this had not been done
when some of tho church people arrived,
an investigation was instituted, which re
sulted in his discovery as stated. He oc
cupied a room in tho basement of n small
shanty hack of tho church, on Fifteenth
street, and ho had laid a couple ot boards
upon blocks from tho sidewalk into bis
room, so as to cnablo mm to pass in
and out without wading through tho
water. Boards hail also been laid in tho
room, along tho bed and to a rudo table on
which ho kept a bucket with water, and
other things. Ho was subject to fits, dur
ing which ho would always call for water
to drink and to put on his head and would
often remain unconscious for somo timo.
Tho circti instances under which ho was
found would indicate that, feeling that he
was about to bo taken with a fit, he hurried
from his bed toward tho water bucket,
but swooned before ho reached
it and full with his feet and part of his body
on tho board walk and his taco and shoul
ders into tho water, whoro his spark of lifo
was efluctually quenched. Thus lio was
found by thoso who forced open tho
door of his miserablo abode. Richard
Fitzgerald held an inquest over his body
soon after it was discovered and the Jury's
verdict was "death by accidental drown
Hon. T. W. Halliday is in Springfield
iion. iv. a. cpaun, oi Vienna, was in
Miss Ella Torrence went to Louisville on
a few weeks' visit to relatives.
Mr. C. C. Payne, an attorney, of Benton,
Ills., is in the city, attending circuit court
sit. j. uurger goes to New York to
morrow tor the purpose of buying a stock
Mr. Fred Kent, who has been here for a
day or two on a visit to his parents, leaves
for St. liouis to-day.
Mr. Henry Stout, who has been in Vien
na since Monday, last week, building a
brick house, returned a tew days ago.
Mr. E. C. Ford was out again yesterday
for the first time since his recent severe ill
ness. Mrs. Ford is also nearly recovered.
Misses Maud Rittenhouse and Edith
Martin wero in Villa Ridge Sunday, visit
ing their uncle, Mr. John Cheek. They
Miss Ida Schulzo, of Grand Tower, 111.,
is in tho city since Wednesday of last week,
visiting her brother, Mr. Harry Schulze,
and his family. She will leave to-morrow
or the day after.
Mr. Henry Beard, telegraph operator in
the Western Union office, will take atrip to
Terra Haute and other places south to-day
or to-morrow. Mr. A. W. Moran will take
Mr. Beard's place at tho instrument while
ho is gone. '
Mas. QiiAHACit, a lady residing at No.
10:1 Fourth Place, Now York, states that
bIio was subject to frequent attacks ot head
ache, and used St. Jacobs Oil with irreat
satisfaction. It relived her when nothing
Mounted varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at Tub Bulletin office.
TUT IT TO PROOF.
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concoctions, it is refreshing to
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and pure. So conscious are tlie proprie
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Consumption of tho worth of their reme
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Dr. King's New Discovery for tho Con
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of the throat or lungs. As you value your,
existence give this wonderful remedy a trial
by calling on Geo. E. O.'Ilara, Druggist
Cairo, Ilk, and obtaining a trial bottle five
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REPORT OF THE CONDITION
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May 6th, 1881.
Loans and discounts
U. S. bonds to secure circula
tion I'. 8. bonds on hnnrt
Other stocks, bouils and niort'-
Due. from aiitir()Vi.'d ' re'survii
aiteuls $l3r.,fi04 TO
Hue. from other national bauks 2J,li !
Due from Stutu banks aud
bankers ... 20,09.. r-lHt,778 (II
Heal t-stute, furniture aud tlx-
t,lri!" 81,1ft! 18
vyum-ni upon hub gnu taxes
Checks and other rash Items.. $ R,37: 3;i
Hills of other Hunks 10,3.19 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and pennies 2W 42
(iold fiM.Blll i'0
Silver 9,M5 00-34,1711 01)
l.etrul Tender notes...
Hedeniptlon fund with V. H.
Treasurer, (5 per ceut. of cir
culation) Dub from U. 8. Treasurer,
other than K per cent re
a),tao,oo 7fi,ir! 7s
F. A. Scratch. druiMrisr. Huthven,
writes: "I havo the createst confidence in
your Uiiiumx:k Bi-ood Bitubhs. In ono
case with which I am personal acquainted
their success was almost incrodiblo. One
lady told mo that half a bottle did her more
good than hundreds of dollars' worth of
medicine she had previously taken." Price
1. 00, trial size 10 cents.
Capital slock paid in lUMxm (Hi
Kurpius fund llftUNium
Undivided Profits ll,sj5 4;j
National hunk notes outsttiml-
, UW Ll.flW 00
Individual deposits subject to
check 37f),!7 31
Hcmand certificates of deposit, Zi.ilW 8.1
Duo to other national banks, 2,470 9
Due, to Statu bunks and
Imukers S1,W fil-4Sfl,no5 01
Total ; ftwiMJM 47
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
I, Tops. VV. Hallldny, Cashier of the above nomed
bank, do solemnly swear Hint the above statement
Is true to the bust of my knowledge, aud belief.
. . , Tuoh. W. Hallway, Cashier.
Hubscrlbed and sworn to before me this 11th day
of May, 1881. M.J. IIowi.ry,
It. II. CttNNINOIIAM, 1
M. I). WM.!ANOM, DlrorlOrfl.
II. 11. Caniiks, I