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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1871.
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Cmo Cnirrsa. No. ;i.-1fgiUr ConrocMlon
,1 ju.oniclUll, oath third fuc$dy of ercrj
"imi Lomi. No.IJT F. A A. M -Regular Com.
manlclien t JU.ontc 1U1I. the ..cond and
KitTi Lomi, ..& F- A- M.-ngu!rCom-muB""ionr
it Mssoolc Il.U-nr.t and third
ThurJT in h month
Altxurar Letxsi, J2..-Me-ti. In OJ.I Fellow's.
H.ll.inArt r'. Uuiilmc. ererj Thurdy ,een
In; , at t o'clo :k
lnhlUlie4 evrrjr mornlnc, Monday ex.
Sheriff Irvin returned from Jncksorii
Paul G. Sehub sells Rattlnger's mt'dl.
cinei. ' "tf
V. S. Barlett, of Goose Island, was in
Ibe city yesterday.
Turtle soup at the St. Nicholas this
merning at 10 o'clock,,
Shrive's celebrated 11 o' sleek lunch
oyesters at Jorgcnsen i. tf
Judge Green delivered trie address at
the Odd-Fellows' anniversary last night
At Jorgenscn'l mar be found tho pop
ular French assorted pickles. tf
"Work, on a small scale, has been mum
cd on the Cairo and Vincennes railroad.
Unitnl States District Court for the
District of Southern Illinois is now In
John McEwin is in Chicago attending
the meeting of masons now being -held
DcTorc, with bis gang of, laborers..!
patching the sidewalk, on "Washington
avenue, near Eighteenth street.
Judgo Treat of the U. S. District
Court arrived in tbu city yesterday morn
ing by tbo 3:30 train.
The Sun says: "old tnuupapcrs for
sale at tlio Sun office." Very true. No
thing but old nctcs papers for sale tlicro.
Churlie Walker, who killed Geo.'Tny.
or on Monday evening, lias not yet been
nrrcstcu. i lie liul seen ol lum win near
Flora garden, going towurd the Mississippi
Head the curddefcribing Dr. Hattin.
ger's fitinily inodiclne. ,Tbo mwljcines ore
no patent or quack propractions, but tbo
result of special study and experience of a
I.vtakts. Tho most (rritubloaiul restlofs
of tliefa tender liftlo household bu'd,.are
charmed as ft were,' into quict-'nrid'swect
repose, 'by using.ilrs. "WhitojiiV Syrup.
Ubick Stork pon; R'e!t. The brick
tore, No. 70i Oblo Lovce, now occupied,
by F. M. Stockiieth, Eq;, is offered for
rent, und will bo vacunt on the 18th inst.
Apply to J.vo. B. PniLLis.
Resigned, Officer John Holmes yes
terday scot bls resignation to Mayor Lans
den. The reienatlon of Mr. Holmes will
cause a vacancy In tho pollco force that,
will hi hsrd to fill. He has mado an ef
ficient officer and .his absence from the
fore will lte deeply felt;
Kou Rent. A two Btory frame housa,
on Poplar street, between Seventeenth and.
Eighteenth streets, containing .seven rooms
and u Urge hall, The houso ,1s finished
thruiirliout. Porch in front and Tear.
Enquirn.uf F, Mocklor, at tho " Mockler
llouv," Commercial avenue, between
Fourth und Sixth streets. "oct3d3t
Miss Ellen D. Eamet, formerly of
Kalamazoo, huving taken upher residence
in Cairo, Informs tho public that sho Is de
sirous of giving Instruction In vocal and
instrumental music and in French. Miss
Karnes fomos among us with excellent re-
oiiiiiiiiuiidatlcins. During the lato session of
tbo No ft li western Academy of Music, sho
a uinung the roost proficient in piano
fijitu practice and 'vocal' instruction, nnd
the conductors of tho acadorny unite in
thsir teuiinony to her thorough know),
edge of music and hor capability to teach
i! isn.v. Miss Eamcs resides in the house
former! owupled by Mr'.G. 0. Olmstoad-
Wllem the will b hunnv In r.l rm.ill.
Another Dead IIodtVhose Bones
ARx, ,eln Uit Tu"d-y rnlrg
a. Mr. V m.TomUn wa, passing through
the wood, about nl0 tmlcs al
Cairo, ho found tbo remains of , dead man
From tho decomposed state of u body U
is supposed to have been dert f. ...
tbren months. Tho clothes were made of
salt-mixed cusMmere, with straw ht, and;
congress boots, In the pockets was found
Ibrce lead poncili, ono gold pen, a bottle
of medicine, a cork scrow.u railroad ticket,
two handkerchief, with the initials on ono
unintelligible, and a card showing hmjp.
do an ugent er r. j. Kcllog. "Who F. J.
Kellogg is or wbero ho does business does
not appear from any of the articles found
on tho dead body. No ono in the neigh
borhood 'where tho body was found re
member over baring teen a person answer
ing tho description es above. And so the
queitloii Is whose bones are these.
JJB. ALLYX AT THE MKmoIMST CHURCH
LAST NIOIIT A J-L'LLIfOCSr AN JNTEIl
Tho .Afotbodint cliurclrwai woll filled by
tlinto who wdnied t'olioar whM Dr. Allyi
bad In say mi tho -1
"JIHLATIO.V or J5DUCATJON' TO I.VDUSTnlAl,
I After n short tir.ivcr by the Kov. Mr.
roote, i3iirjeriiirenueiu uuu iniruuuira
the Doctor who ipoko In substanco ns fol
lows: - ,.
.Mere taoinz and henrinc tenches noth
ing ; only study nnd'cxamihMion Vrill flo
this. Thelmystcry of Hfe,-wi) cannot sep
mtu imriclvcs from- it,- nfter denth
there Is another life. Astronomy
Vvfts ' considorml i one, Tof itbr ,iqhIc
; but how important to all
cln'rts wcro the stars and tho moon?
The north star guided tho MaVrlnor. Our
western 40 Hero loti wero.nol laid out un
till tbo north star ta ,conjulUd .tp tec
where tho dividing lfno was to Vo tlrawn.
AVe frldo oiirscvci pn 4avjng.conq,ucred
nature. Hut is there Jiotiinuoh jnoro.to be
dono boforo'Vfrf havo doiniuerod' natHre?
Tho iun palnU our picture oytMy, but
until wa learpatto qj pu.
paint as well as naturo docs, sno will not
paint our picture as well: LA!Pthawork
the farinar dooa on JiU farm, js, only, to lay
the plans, rindlcayc tl worlqof grQwIng,
etc., to nature. If ho want abundant
crops, he must plan accordingly. Nature
loves to work, but wbilrj'ghoTovas to work
for tbo knowing man, ihe delights, in baf
fling tho ignorant man. What is itudy7
Is it noLttttuiuwttaiafacU.milteyvr Z.
The doctor oxplained how,-man had pro
gressed during tbo past few hundred years
in various industrial pursuits' by'studyeach '
century being an improvement on the
preceding one. Naturo will not help an
ignoranVtriah jwhat does she' dd forlbc
savage? Sho,Ray.aid;bim jo e catching a
few fish, or raising n few ears of corn, but
an caucatcumanjaas pnly.tojay ,hls plana,
and naturo will do all his wqrlH"
In nil tbo progress that has been made
in art andlcience, we are yet like marin
pra u sea. f"r ' jit S
TJvpy agent of naturo juns to help the
man who Knows now to uso them.
oekeiw.l zrrr.cTdr KyhrirDoz'orrrnT
,1 j INTKRE3T or NAJf. (
The doctor proceeded to tell .how the
horticulturist and florist had, improved the
variety ot, iruits ana uowers by careful
study tnmr interest not altogether being
i. .1.: f-i i !!-?- I .
in mo vuriuvy m in guuiug a gooo. saiaoie
article. ' -
Inldescribihg thb'grw'trof corarinfte
ocean?, tbo doctor asked, why could we
not uso tllcse'agcnts Io'b'u'ild dn'r coritf-
ncnts to give us all tue'lafid'wc want
jyith, wvour-worklnij -to get-Alaika, San"
Domingo, etc? Becauso wo don't knuw
hiw, but the time may coma when
wewiuknow, and tho'prophecy fulfilled,
'wbqn k there' .sBail. be-"c'o;(J'eoa;'
I,not history just us important to study
as naturo t mat is history that) teaches
what man has learned, and not what but
ties uavo iiceiUouglit. rtUow are ,s.,to
know the history of tho pust unless we
Etudvithe Words lind tbo deedi nf tbn
living In , tlja, paU Tho lieture lusted
nbout n hour, und was listened to with
attention ur.d interest bv all.
TV'. S.'TiJdcn, Chester, 111; J Crawford.
Fj'iueoh Lo'Uls Roucl, Capo .Girardeau';'
J S;McCIure, Ironton, O; E A Smith.
U. S. Army JuiSffffA'B
Heldj IIJ: li Wilson, Sbawneetowii; ,S T
D.-esstr, Springflold, III; W D 'Reed,
uisville, Ky H,Melchor, St-Louis: A
U.uru, Ccntriilia: J A fright, Atlanta.
Ga; A Marx, city; G Ewealo, Baltimore;
B G Jjrnzellton and wife;'' Faduciib: G A
Rabb, same; Mrs John Ma;shall, samoj
Miss 0 Qulgly,samej Georga W IVy.Fitts
burg ; James Morris and. family, Ullin.
I tDELUONICQ I0Tr.C ,
Tho follbwliig wero tho arrivals nt the"!
Delmonieo hotel for tho twonly-fours ond
inc at 12 o'clock n. in. October 3d.:
'. E. A. Finch, Anna, 111.; W2II. Adams,
Tlptonville, Tenn.; O. Wclkc, Niishville,
III.; U. W. Smith'aneTwifo I. 'A. Smith
una wile, uruwiordsviiic, III.; George
Ewalt, Baltimore, Md,; W. H. Parker,
-Memphis, Tenn.j W. 1). Taylor, do; R,
S Horr, Louisville, Ky.; .1. 11. MaUln
Now Albany, Ind.; C. V. Plater , Union
o -unty. 111.; James Dugun, Georgia; G. L.
nan; few liuven, in.; .Mrs ortbeut, dc;
Ouptilii Falls, Birds Po.nt, Missouri;
Niolioliis llunsuckor, Dug Tooth, 111.;
Oscar Farnemun, Dulphiu, Indiana.
uuTOiuuuB. x ins is an irritation or
inflammatloiof tho, bronchial tubps, wlilcli
Tlnn...... .... . '! I , . . ... ., M
carry tho air wo breutho into tho lungs, it
"rises from a cold settled in the throat,
from Calarh oxtendlng to thoso parts, from
scrofulous affections, and from sovoro uso
of tho voice, Tho Irritation from this lat
tcr causo commences in tho larynx mid
glotis, which aro tho organs of tho voice,
and, loxtonding downwards, producos
biirsouess, c6ugb'lng, 'andsp(ttin miictiuf
mattor, sometimes mixed wlth'bloodl'Tt is
chiefly dangerous from its tendency to
spread lnto8 tbo .lungs, , and terminate in
consumption- It is in tho euro of sovoro
and obstinato 'cafes of.thls disease that Dr.
Pierces Golden Medical Discovery has
acnived unparalleled buccoss, and won tho
loudest praiso from those .who have used
it. It is sold by all respoctablo druggists.
Tho family grocery store of .Blxty &
lYocuisT is ueing patronized largely by peo
pto who Hue line grocorics. Their location
on tho .north sido of Elchth street, be
tween Commercial nnd Washington ar
gues, is a central one, and their stock has
n selected with" discrimination, there
fore this new candidate for nubile natron.
"-.Bo meets exactly the wants of tho peo-
esirs. KcwMer ic llliby propoao to
Joep up their reputaton by ulwuy. selling
the best of all sort, of Erocerle.o Tir
patrons and iVJfapw.igi-J
plo generally aro awaVpf, tC"
roully good urtlclei of driy kln'd are ul.
ways tho cheapest n. tho erto.t tr
Fop SAWiA'coMge .on '12th, street
containing 7room(, cistern' and out
bouses compute,,- Apply lo , '
W. :VT. ToRvton,
MEETING OF THE ALEXANDER
REPORT OF THE PROCEEDINGS
OF THE FIRST DAY.
Caiko, October 3, 1871. Owing to the
non-uppcaranco of somo of tho teachers at
the appointed tirao, the opening exorcises
i . . i . ,
wcro postponsa until Kzura. m1 and. con
sisted of prayer by Jtov. Mr. Sc.im, foi.
lowed by n fow remarks on, tho education
of youth, our public- choblj,tfc. The
speaker regretted ho could not be with the
Instltutoduriog its session, but other cares
and labors called UlnVaway Ho was Much
Interested In teachlng although hd'hlmsclf
followedmnotber callingrthat of theology,
but ils heart nas inftho-cause of teaching
our youth", ahd"ho bclieYe'd tbov would yet
rito ind shino liko stars In heaven.
8upcrlnt6Ul")jyWto fjon cfMdjT stoWTm"ny of h' scattered remarks together ns
Introductory remarks, oxplaining why the
Institute was, called to order at this time.
Frbf. .UtTBtotid took lh umti nt' lh
aellor)ad'iTie foltewlng were f'ound at
their: ost: .
J. Bruco Mabrey, Mary Hawkins,
W.'ll. V. lUymoniSarsi Shields.
D. (. Lentr. Macrcie Auberv.
M. U. "Wbluker, Busle Pettit, .
1. C, Tolford, , aUry Craig,
Marv P. Xelsav. Hauls Gorton.
Maltio Inez WurwIakAddio Carpenter,
d D Ueebo,w E Brown,
Eva JCrulzmgcr, Frank Bebce,
, Anna Koymond, a j-
Mr. Mabrey mado a motion' fhat a vice
prcsidetit'should be elected in placeof Mr.
Eoglish, deceased, and nominated Frof.
.Raymond, who was eleted forthwith.
" A botion was mado to nominate a critic
for4 to-day, and Miss Mary K el say was
duly elected, to fill that office.
The institute was doclared organized.
This exercise was ably conducted by
Miss ;Kratzlnger of Cairo. After drilling
the class in tho "progressive intellectual
arithmetic," used in tbo Schools here, sbo
gave some' cxatflptc's on the black board.
'xoo wuoio ozerciso occupiea inreo quart
ers oiar hour. Vi'o mustiay for the teach
ers thatthc best analysis and most correct
answers wcro given by tho lady teachers;
Mr. Mnbrey, of Thebos, meriting criticism
and receiving it objected. This gentleman
expects to bring tome.questions'beforo this
or the State Institute, that will settle his
critics henceforth and forever. After some
dlscussinn on the exercise just passed, the
singefsjfarored'the audience with a song
followed by a short recess. "
t Mr. Mabrey made a motion, which wi
seconded, that tho chairman ahould ap
points committee of three or five to draft
resolutions' expresslvo of the loss felt by
this Institute in the death of Mr. English.
This exercise was conducted by Miss
Beebe,of Cairo. She called nlno of tho
teachers to their places nt the blackboard,.
and proceeded to instruct them in draw
ing the map of Illinois, sbo having
previously drawn ono us n guide. Mr
Maybrcy or hisjnnp certainly bad un at
tack of thoague,(probably brought from
m i - . .i.i i . . i i . i .
xiwues) as mo oesi juugooi rnups in iuo
(country would noycr'tfnVo mistaken it for
I Illinqis so loner and liink was it. Illinois
I - . . - . .
I Is ,i long state, wo all know, but not a bad
Jookidg ono as generally represented on
tie roapsahd'''wo can't but' 'congratu
late ourselves, that M. was not surveyor
ban "our beloved state was first laid out.
is representation of Illsiriois certainly
..looked as if it was ready'to be laid.
This cxcrciso lasted until 11:45, and was
followed by music nnd recess of flvo min
utes.' Exerciso in renmanshin was for
Tbo President tbn , announced tho. fol
lowing names tb draft resolutions on the
death Jof-their Vice Frcsidoat, Frof Eng-
J. Bruco Mabrey,
M. II. V. Raymond,
Mist, Abbio Hatch,
" ' Frank Beebe,
" Sarah Shields.
Thu Institute then adjourned until a
Mot pursuant to adjournment. The
roll being called nine of 'tho teachers was
found absent, j, ,
Tlio following additional names wore
added to tho roll! l'f i
'A W Fost, J Stratton,
Martha F Sltton, Belle F Goudy,
UJ Finch, Abbio Hatch,
Miss Ella McPhoters.
r nt- 'mti 4 . i
Mr., Mabray mode u few preliminary
remarks, before proceeding to nny ques
tions. Ho thought this, (written) wero
tho right way and tho only way nrithma
tic shouldbo taught. Ho undoubtedly had
not lorgotton his offorts in the mornlng to
add n few numbors mentally, when ho
did not succeed in getting tbo correct an-
AfLlor fpendlngncarly the -whole timo
'glvob for tho cxcrclsei,,-trying to cunvinco
tho teachers that thero was no such 'thing
as n simple number, whero it represents
anything at all, from ono upwards, but
that everything was a compound number,
one of. tho teachers requested Mr. M. to
explalp how It. was so, but ho said ho could
not any moro than ho had done. Another
said j ho loft off whero bo
commenced, m. M. then asked if
somo (of tho ladles and gentlomon
would not tako his part, but not ono wnt
lo his rescue. Ho then proceeded .to con
demn text books in schools no ono but
old fogies used them. Ho did not uso them
in his school (wo should think not I). Wc
trustj for their own sakos, that Ray, Rob-
inson, Uavis, and tho rest of tho poor Igno
rant ones, who uavo written arithmetics
and other text books, will nver vl.lt
Theb.es, for If they do, they will bo dono
lor by our highly educated frlond.Mr. Ma
Wo ""Mattfour Cairo teaQhors
on tl'ie benefit "of being Instructo.l by him.
Why was ho not elected princlpol of tho
schools hero ' Why did tho board send
north for what they ould have gotten so
much nearer homo? Suroly n prophot, etc
SOKO AND REtnsS
wcro next in order j followed by
TIIKORY A.VD rnACTICE OT TEACHINO,
ol Jfct of education, gencwl principles, etc.
l'rof. Raymond sppko on.ihcso subjects.
The speaker thinks thn theory of teaching
one that should occui.y the mind mi l time
of ih" tcucliors. Ho conxldcrs It ns much
hibovothe matter nf nritlirrt'ir und gram
mar as tho universo is nbo . utom. We
too often look upon it witii not us' much
interest ns wo would a problem in arith
metic. The intellectual faculties nro nil
bn the outsldo and arc tho sharp points
with which wc qut our way through tho
world. VTe should not begin by teaching
a boy arithmetic, geography, etc., but
should begin by teaching him good prin
ciples in order thr.t ho may understand
when We tench himand that he may have
self-respect. Tho object of education wnsto
give, to child possefsion of himself. Aftor
speaking half an hour, pencils and pnper
were passed to each of the teachers, and
Mr.lRaymond requested them to gather a
they could and writo them down, lit-
thougbt-it wbuld be good exercise. Afli-r
waiting ten minutes, ho called upon sev
eral of tho teachers, who read their jiotcs.
Mr. Mnbroy's wore decidedly tho best,
giving tho wbolo speech of tho professor
in a nutsholl. 'Mr; Raymond considered
Mr. M. equal to Bret Ilartoln condensing.
Music nnd recess, followed by
by Dr. Robort Allyn, of MoKcndroo Col
lege. The speaker said he did not pro-
poso to treat it in a regular way, ho used
tho black board as ho preferred to use two
senses, tho oyo and tho ear. After writing
the word Language on tho board, he called
tho attention to Itf division, it was n latin
word, but not written In latin form. lie
then explained about tho organs of speech,
and mentioned the fact of a person being
able to learn to speak, who had lost ono or
moro of tho organs of speech. Thoro were
not near as many now-a-days who stam
mered and lisped as thero wero when
ho was a' bov, and - he attributed this
to the fact of our public schools
making tho teaching of language moro of
an object than In former years.
Language is sound systematized, and it
is by bringing tbo sounds of tho different
organs of speech Into system, that wo
mako tho words we mako sen tenccs. The
connection of words into a scntenco is
partly logic and partly grammar.
Thp Dr. Spoke thrco quarters of an hour.
and bis remarks and instruction wcro in
teresting and profitable
Frof. Raymond announced tbo death
Miss mmons, formerly a, teacher in the
At S o'clock the session adjourned till
to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock.
THE DRY GdpDS lltADE
THE MAMMOTH ESTABLISHMENT OF OOI.D-
. -TEIN AND nOSENWATEU THE TALI.
TIIADE THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
DKY O00DS, HEADY MADE CLOTIIINO,
- HAT, CAM, ETC., IN CAIKO.
We yesterday paid a visit to tho mam
moth establishment of Mcssrf, Goldstein
Si Rosenwater, Commercial avenue, be
tween Eighth uud Ninth street", nnd must
confers our surpriso at seeing the immenso
stock to bo found in this house. This firm
( havo loIg enjoyed thorepu' '."onofbeing
I I . . 1! . 1 .
among the leading dry good merchants of
tho uity, and ono who will tako tho
pains to examino their stock, will need no
o'thcr assurance of the truth of this re
port. In jtho dry goods lino they nro receiving
daily fresh additions to their already im
mense stock. In tho tho lino of silks,
Irish poplins, velvets and velveteens, etc.,
thoy havu a most uboico and select assort
ment. Of Irish poplins alone, they have
upwards of two hundred and fifty patcrns,
of silks their stock is enormous; of velvet
and velvetines it cannot bo surpassed.
Ribbons, gloves, ladies collars, and all the
minor articles that go toward making up
thedress of a lady, arc to bo found here
in abundance. Of their sfock of ready
mado clothing there is no end, nnd their
prices are so reasonable that they have
built up a large and profitable trado in
this line. In tho way of hats and caps
thoy aro doing a big business.
The firm of Goldstein it Rosen
water uru now prepared to fill orders for
goods, cither at wholesale or retail. The
wholosalu business with thorn -is a now
feature, and thoy aro confident of thoir
ability to compete with othor markets In
the sumo trade. As tho 6oason wben peo
ple begin to prepare for winter is now at
hand, wo ndvisu our readers to call tipor
Moasrs. Goldstein & Rosenwator beforo
AitUESTED. A well-known citizen o
this city was a day, or two slnce.beforo one
of our city magistrates tor being drunk
and disorderly. Ho was fined tho usual
amount-!) 60. Aftor tho trial was over
ho might havo beon heard soIIIoouIzIiil'
thusly : Now, this is tho socond timo I
havo boon up boforo a magistrate for tho
samo offenso. I mleht havo known it
if I had gono to Alba's in tho first plnco
and got one of thoso smooth, clean, deli
cious shaves that Alba is known to give
to overy ono who patronizes him, this
would not havo happened." Therefore,
reader, tako warning and always go to
Albu's harbor shop, Commercial avenue,
botween Sovcnth and Eighth stroots. tf
The New Wilson. Smith & Bilnk
nioyer, corner Commercial avenuo and
Eighth street, ara soiling tho Now Wilson
Under-Feed Shuttle Sewing Machine, the
best and cheapest macbln in tho world.
-It is sqld $20 chcapor than any other ma
chine. Some of the many advantaces
claimed for It aro as follows :
1st. It is as durablo, well finished, and
costs as much to manufacture as other
First-class Machines; but sells for some
f 20 less.
2d. For hemming and felling it is un
surpassed, 3d. That It is the slmpjest shuttle ma
4th. It has loss wearing parts.
Bth. It has no grooved rams, lull Joints,
compound cranka, or cog wheels.
Ctb It U adapted to a lunji-r range oi
work, without change,, than a other ma
HOARD OF ALDERMEN.
(fl gular meeting of tlio Hoard of Aldermen.)
CocsciLCiMMtra, Caiiio, fit., I
Octoticr2, 1571. J
Alderman Roardcn In the clulr.
Present Fitzgerald, Klob, Jlctcalf,
Reurdcn, Scu), Strnttnn nnd Swnyno 7.
On motion of tldrman Stratton tho
reading of tlio journal v. is dispensed with.
Tho bill of James (iuinn for bnluiico t f
?I36 duo him for repairing publlc cUterns,
which was allowed by tho select council
on tlio 13th ultimo, was presented for con
currence. Alderman Fitzgerald moved to
allow tho bill. Carried, by tho following
voto: Ayc Fitzgerald, Kleb, Mctculf,
Rcardcn,",Seue, Stration andiSwayne-1-?.
Tbu following bills having been referred
to tbo comniittcuo on claims wcro reported
back recommending payment:
Cbul. Gayer & Co., runt of lot for
biig pound, from Augll.t let to
September 1st, 1871 $ 10 00
J.O. Lynch, rtul luSkpihilor,lU, i '
ld71, one mouth 25 0U
Wiii. Mcllale, diciing jiiisoners lor
bcpteii'bcrto the jo.li inclusive.. '220 Co
F. liruss, pollco inagisiro.e, saury
September Vtb, IB? I, 3 muiilhi...
F. M. Sumner, snlnry as policeman,
21 days in September
Jno. Sheelmn, salary as policeman
Wid. H. Robertson, salary s pu-
l.ceman for September 76 00
Uhus. .Mclinor, salary ns policeman
I ui hi-jni'iiiuur.....
Rob't Billingly, sal try ns nolica-
man for September T5 00
L. 11. Myers, salary as chlef-of-po-
lico for September 63 33
Jno. D. Holmes, sulary ns policeinrn
for September 75 00
K. A. Burnett, sulary us comp
troller 75 00.
A. Cain, salary ns marshal for Sep
tember 50 00
J. B. Taylor, salary as treasurer..... 100 00
M. J. Uowiuy, salary as clerk 100 00
B. Shanncsy, police magistrate,
salary fur August and September
Thos. Mcohaii, removing turnituro
of' clerk's office and council
chamber to 'new building
M. Jenkins, Ml days' labor on side
walks, in September
Henry Bryant, Xii days' lubyr.on a t
sidewalks, in September 45 60
Alfred King, 22 days' work on
sidewalks, in September '10 50
Georgo Ellis, 23J days' work on
sidewalks, in September 43 CO
Georgo Britton, days' work on
sidewalks, in September 43 60
Cairo City Gas Co., gas consumed
in 71 street lamps, in September 248 60
A. Cain, marshal, for killing nnd
burying 40 dogs, in September... 49 00
D. W. Uninlin, fur partitions- and
and doors in new building 20 00
N. A. Dcvore, 'ii, days' wurk on
sidowalks in September 72 00
T. Fitzgerald, 9 duv' work on side
walks in September 18 00
Frank Bernii, 23 days' work on
sidewalks in September '40' 00
W. Mlnard, 25 days' wurk on side
walks in September 60 00
Frank Cher-y, '2 days' work on
sidewalks in September 4 00
John Eoucb, '-M days' work on
sidewalks in September 40 00
. (julnn, 14 days work on side
walks in September
II. T. Gerould, gas fixtuics for
council chamber nnd clerk's of
fice Tbo9. Mcoban, hauling lumber
Tbos. Mc-ehan, hauling lumber.....
Thos. Meehan, hauling lumber.
M. Mnhoncy, '25 days' work on
streets in September
Thos. Naughlon, 25 days' work on
streets and sidewalks'in Sept
loos, r Itzgerald, 1U days work on
sidowalks in September 32 00
Peter Connelly, 16 days' work on
fddewnlks in September 30 00
Michael Gnlvin,l'J days work with
team on street.....".....'..... .......
Wm. Mcllale, 24 days in charge of
H. II. Williams, lumber for side
walks Cairo City Gas Co., gas for street
lamps in Augusts
Cairo City Gas Co., cas used in en-
gino houies, clerk s ofilco and
council clumber from May to
September 1st, C80O feet at $4.50
per M beforo July 1st, and $3.60
since July 1st , 30 CO
Morris, Rood & Co., lumber........ 70 00
Siratlon St Bird, nails 184 70
Aid. Mctcalf moved to refer back to the
ojtnmittecthc'bill of Thos. Meehan for $24
for hauling lumber, the bill not being
signed bv tho foreman on sidewalks. Cir.
Aid. Fitzgorald moved to allow the re
mainder of tho foregoing bills. Carried as
Ayes Fitzgerald, Klob, Mctc'alf, Rear-
den, Seaso, Strattqn and Swayno 7.
Th'j tame ccmmlttco reported bank
tho bill of G. W. nondrlcks
for $20.20 for carppnter work and
glazing in clerk's office and coun.-il
chamber, without rccommondation. Al
derman Fitzgorald moved to nllow $20.20
in full of bill. Curried ns follows: ayes,
Fitzgerald, Kleb, Mctcalf, Rcarden, Scase,
Stratton. und Swayno 7 ; nays, 0.
Oh motion of Alderman Fitzgorald tho
board then adjourned.
M. J. Howlev,
Harry Walkor informs his friends and
tho public generally, through tho columns
of Tub Bulletin, that ho has.iltted up u
first-class restaurant in tho front basement
of tho St. Nicholas hotoI,on Commercial av
onuo. Game, fish, oyBtors, and'ovcry' lux
ury of tho season will bo sorved to guests.
Tho best of wines nnd llqHors will bo al
ways on hund.'nnd the flnest.cigurs wail.
ing to bo pufl'ed away Into fragrant smoko.
Meals will bo furnished at all hours, and
guests will rccolvu pollto und constant at
tention. Hnrry is determined to mako his
restaurant a succoss and a. popular rosort
for the leisure hour. lv
"We havo just received a large stock
of heating stoves for cither coal or
wood or both, suitable for ofilco, halls par
lors or dining rooms. Wcwill duplicate
any Cincinnati, llvanavillc or St, Louis
retail price list for ciUier cookini or heat
ing stores. Orders by mull will rocoivo
our prompt attention.
llKKRWAItr, Oiith & Co.,
No. 1UU Commercial avenuo.
For good photographs, porcelain pic
tures, or old pictures to bo copied, call on
Thomas, No. 124 Commerclalavonue. Ho
is a good workman. Give him a trial.
A I'LKADANT HE-UNION tNTEHESTINO AD-
diiehm iiy judoe nnnnjr a i-ertivi:
Tbo order of Odd-Feliows, of this cltv
with their wlvcs.dnughtcrs nnd n consltloN
nolo number of Invited guerts, enjoved a
moro limn usually ple,innt reunion nt
h'ir hull last night. Tbo, or.l..r
ta nmt-ntiif th.-evenim: tommencid bv tho
delivery of an uddress.by Judgo Oreon.who
spoKo vy special request. Tho subject of
tho address was " Too Order of Odd-Fellowship,
Its origin, its objects nnd its nt
talnmenW Ho demonstrated that tho or
dor originated in nnswor to tbu
irrcpresslblo cry of our common
humanity for universal brother
hood. Ho Compared it with 'its older sis
ter Masonry, and, presented tho distln
gulshlng features and advantages of each.
While tholattur was of moro ancient origin,
tl.o parrfb'sH-aKd character of tho former
were moro in nccordnnco with the re
quirements ot our ngu. Ho paid n Just
tributo to tho memory of Thomas Wildy,
tho founder of Odd Fellowship In 'Am i
en. no also touched upon tho relations oi
the Order to Christianity, nnd declared
that it makes better husbands, fathers a id
suns' nnd Increased tho real piety of pro
fessing Christians. Ho showed by tho
emblems and symbols cf thn order that it
tenches the purest lessons of truth and
charity1. Ilespokoof tho enctmpment In
most Impressive language, and closed with
an earnest appeal to tho ordor; to continue
in their chosen path, bearing tho banner
of brotherly love.
Judgo Green wa listened to
with mnrked attention by tho
audience. At the closo of tha address tho
musicians took their places and dancing
was(ln order. At ten o'clock largo nnd
well filled tables, tinder tbo s uperin'endent e
of tho daughters of Robokuh, claimed tho
attention of thi company, who, after doing
full justice to the tempting array ' before
them,' resumed dancing, nnd kept up the
amusement till n late hour.
Mosday, 0lot.r7, 11711
The sheriff returned Into court tho to 1
lowing panel of traverso jurors, to-wit :
ItJJobn'cn, John Purkcr,
Goo'AV Ryal, Jhn II. Davis,
Georgo T Giecnwell, Wm B llrown,
William Greer, W L Norman,
Daniel Hurd,- Onus Evans,
.MS Cut. ltnb.-t Smyth,
J A Fh Ills, J C Carson,
Cbas K lc, Dick Slack,
Ju'cpti lii oif, J L Lcs.
Ordered by tho Cjurt tlut tho sheriff
summon six addUional jurors instsntcr.
-.Th'o casirof Cobb, Blisdcll & Co., rs.
Ill Central Railroad Co, was set fur trial
a. 2 o'clock, p.m , and tho Court after dis
noslni; of a few important motions ad
journed till 2 o'clock, p.m,
Two ojclock, p, m. Court met pursuant
Tho Sheriff returned into Codrt tho fol
lowing additional jurors to completo the
panel, to wit:
Edmund Hodges, John W. Illoodworth,
James Summerwcll, P. L. Do Vaughn, 7.. D.
Mathus, M. J. Buckloy and Cyrus Close.
Cobb, illasdell it Co r. Illinois Central
Rail Road Co. In Assumps't.
Mesirs. Win. J. Allen and D. T. Line
gar, Attorneys for plaintiffs, and Hon.
Robirt Wilnam,, of Bloomington, und
Wm.n. Green, Esq., for d.-fendunts.
T..is causo being cnllrd fur trial the fol
lowing jury was selected, oinpamiellcd and
sworn to try thn Issue, viz:
Edmund Hodges, GeorgoW Grcenwcll,
P L Vaughn, .lam. Smmerwel),
G. o W Rval, Wm II Brown,
M J Buckley, William Greer,
W L Norman, John Parker,
Jno W Bloodworth, R W Morgan.
Thereupon tho court adjourned until
b-ilf past 8 o'clock to-morrow morning.
PniLLir Bauciii is muster of his trade
nnd warrants all of his wurk to be of trie
verybeit material nnd manufacture; "guar,
antees u completo fit and entire satistac
tion,isnot confined to any particular htylc,
but? makes every variety of boots ond shoes
from' tbo heaviest cowhide to tho finest
French calf und morocco. Ho also keep
a lurgo stock on liund,o' hinown manufac
ture, and uny one desirous of purchnsing
good custom wurk cheap should call on
him at Ills shop on Eighth st., south side,
near corner of Oblo luvec, Cairo. dtf
Esthay NnTici: Sfd Hkwaud. Stray
ed from tho subscriber, on tbo 31st of July
last, n largo roan cow, Sho would weigh
about '1,100'poUndf af'thff llnlo. Sho" was
missed. Thoro uro.no r-peciul marksnboui
her except that her bag U unusually long.
I will pay ten dollars reward lo any one
delivering tho nbovo described cow nt my
shop on thu cornor of Nineteenth and
Foplnr streets, Cairo,. Ills. .
scplCtf Jamks Kynaston.
Nbw Mkat .Market. Nick Williams
will open his new meat market this morn
ing ut tho corner of Poplar and Twentieth
streets, whero ho will keep constantly on
hand all kinds of meat and tho very best
In the market. Ho will not permit any
butcher in tho city to excel him. Nick
knows his business, nnd earnestly invites
tho public to give him a call nt his pew
stand. ' J ' tf
Boardino, A desirable front room to
rent with board, suitnblo fcr two persons
Also n fowsinglo gcntlernen cnn bo accom
modated with board. Apply on Eightoonth
street, Commorcinl avenuo und Poplar St.
Fiiesii Otsters. I am now receiving
daily, tho,colobratcd C. S.Multby's II. nnd
M. brand of fresh oysters, which are unri
valled and for saloby tho can or caso on
tho most reusonublo torms, try them, al
ways warranted good and fresh.
tf ' 1 'Wm.' Winter.
Mauriaox Guide. Intorostlng work
numorous engravings, 221 pages. Price
CO cents. Addross Dr. Butts' Dispensary
No. 12 North Eighth Street, , St, Louis,
Mo. Seo Advertisement. tf
Gillxt's washing crystal makes wash
lng.ei.sy. ng 13
The hotels use Ulllots exttacts and
Those French Cherries, in syrup, so
popular4wlth coanoiseurii ara sold by JorJ
N U.Ui ,vHUi r, A JTOINTMKNTO
Oircnnt)itiM. ol the llullolin.
Mi't mi ''ITT lit n.lt tntwr 30. I8T1.
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UL 1 II UIII1TK. I II I .HUH L LI, LI1II I'llll III II
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.ill milium, .iiiiiii lv . .!inrri whk mill
temporary chairman, and John W. Ca
t ., r-m . n . .
vn mui u . vj. ji. xxuaiiier. it. vniviiia
... u. in, ncni HumiuiLPLi n l'uiiiiuillcu
11 t Tl.. I..
Vlllrn Tul,n. Tnr.1 T a. V TT.M.
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miwi oiiu uiiuitm unruuur worn
pointed a comrnlttco on credentials,
xs.. u,i,bivfiii luii . euiiuii un luuriiinj un
balf-pnsl ono o clock p.m.
A.5...K . . ,., . .i .,
re-ascmbled. Tho committee on pernio
ent organlzHtlon rcpvrlcd tho names
John . .Morris and John V . Carter
chaifinnn and secretary.
ft, ii t..,nn. nl llin In mi I n ..ijnna . a n
vtaug, i.ii Kuaupp; ruiaskl, w.
Lackey, C. D. Haskell, C. M. Ucke
Junction, P. Palmer, J. C. Wonhlngto
r" J " A diiviLI
.iiiiili mhiii, ji, , jli, y, u, xoner, v.
Cjurtncy; Oblo, Isnac Barbour. A.
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Th,.inl..nri II .1 11 II.. I.
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On motion, tbo convention proceeded
nominuto and ballot for a candidato
tho ofilco of Assessor and Treasurer.
Joel O. Lackey, Jr., H. P. Craig a
Perrv Conircrs wcro nut In mimlnnHnr,
First ballot, H. P. Craig, 1C votes; J.
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mouily declared the nominee of tho
mocracy of this county for tho office
Assctsur und Treasurer.
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iiiuii:,. ,m uvuiaumiiuji ni uur canuiusie
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Barbour and C. D. Hiukel us alternates
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jn iiiu.iun, uco, i . v.uricr, liugn
v,i n,L uiil. ,.v. ..HLiiien wero nullum
uvRLBira ,u .no vvuniL'i mi LjVill t rilllua I
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to be called by the chairman of tbil
trict) to nominati- u candidate for tho
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S. K. Gib-on.
Tbo secretary was requested lo hand
lllU .11UU.1II Vjll. I'lUfflUI, V.nilLI llljl.!!.
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of the convention for publication.
On niotion, convention adjourned.
Jno. W. Morris, Chairman
Jno. W. C.titTKit, Swroiary.
Steamer, Soutliwe-tcm, New Orleans.
' Ssllif, Vicksburc.
A. Baker, Cape Girardeau.
" uoiumoin, at. inuts.
Js. Fisk, Jr, Paducah.
' Illinois, Columbus.
" Argonuut, St. Loul.
'.' Ad, i Heilman, Louisville.
1 Henrv Anirs, St. Louis.
' R. J. Lock wood, Red River.
Steamer Sallle, St. 1-otiif.
" J. N. Hellng, New Orleans.
" Shannon, New Orleans.
'' John Kyle, New Orleans.
" A B ike'r, Cape Girardeau.
!; Jhs. Fisk, Jr., Prtducob.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" R. J. Lockwood, St. Louis.
" .Marv McDonald, Vicksburg.
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in such n noiitlon that sho would buvoca
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of assorted freight.
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iunuiii eqitiuny, ttiiu euu nil.
bargos for New Orleans,
1IIU 4l(HIUUL UIULILIIV VU. ,w
tons for tho Henry Ames.
Tho Ada Hollman camo down with
In m. UI... .- ll.Bniinll m niP
phis thU trip.
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hand a fresh supply of Saddlo Rock oys