TILE CAIHO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 2s, 187
TIME TAJ1LI OF TH ILLINOIS CENTAAL II. It.
On ud after (Sunday, May Nth, IS71, h Mh"m
a lime-table will goeern the airieal n J Pv
nra of paasiajrir Irklna l Cairo I
n. .u.it ,i.Hr ........ 4-.00a.tn.
E.rre . dsil.: UWp.m,
Express. dil, except Bunds) J-Wp-m;
w..k.....r..r (rnml'ntn in M. Loul.
huf '! from Cairo to Chicago,
rr1 Bon sleeping cart on eight traine.
ehMkad lo all imporuni w""-
CAIRO AND WOUND CITY
Will maka three, ttipl duly.
tllTISS Cit0 I LI1T1K0 hoi r CltT
11 .a.m. I At u : ... ,.A.m.
it II.... .....--.m. Al H30 ........p m.
it 4 J0.......-p.m. At ..... p.m.
Fans eeh way, cents l 1 tickets for tj W
Will li .whenhalled, t any good intermediate
ending. or paaens;era or freight, noram.
IVANSVILLE AND CAIRO,
The line lUamer
US FOWLER... - .- Master
Will leare Cairn fjt EtostJII eTery Sunday and
Thursday evening, at 6 o'chw :, p.m. ror
frtifator piiiut, pply oa board or t-i
jMlif JAs. IIIC09. Agt.
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
Til splendid steamer
Joe Fattier, Mailer.
... Cilrn nur.V. Mm tin excepted) at 4
B. Kjr IreUbtor piii apiii on boar d or
JAB, UIUUN, A
Cumberland lllver I'neUett
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
The tplendid steauer
TOM HARUAN .-Master Al.EX. HARD.,
Wi111.it Cairo ever SaturtsT st J o'clock c.m
fotClatksvUla, and itahTllW. For freight or
ptrtacs, apply on ooard or to
JAS BIOQS, Ag't.
KABHYILLE, CLAKKSVILLE AND
Will tear Cairo ererr Thurtda at S o'clock p.m
for Naahrille, Clarkirllleaud all way points. For
might or passage apply on board or lo
JanJtf. JAS. UIOGS, Ag't
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
Th good steamer
Will leare Cairn erery Monday at i o'clock, p.m.
for Nashrllle, and all way porta For freight or
passsge, apply on board r lo
jan 3 tf JAS. BlflOS, Agl.
FOR SALE, g'rBM. i FOR SALE,
I Fr Hale J
FOR SALE. J ForrtnulFOR HALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Fare from Loxdc.vdkrkt
Fare from Ularoow,
Faro from Quek.vutow.v
TO CAIRO, ; : : : ; i : : $4 8
Bafford, Morris & Ca
Llierpool ew.Tolk abd Philadelphia
ia coTaaoT wirn nritit ariTts'iKD asirm
For Carrying tne Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcainca uiroimTion .
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.',
Uilroadway, Nrn.York, crto
Washington Arenre, Cairn. ana, j,
The Illinois Central Ht I II.hI Comp.ny not.
cflerfor ssle the lnlolng described lot In F.rs
Adlltlon to the City of Cairo, Tit i
Lot -11 block 20. L'lt 21 block J.
" ! " SO, " 27 u,
" 6 " 02, " U " H!.
" " tl, " 31 " i.
" 3 " H, " M 8
rorlerms.ete. apply vo JAMT.S JOHNSON,
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
TIESIDESOB No. XI Tlnrii.inih t,
,wr'' W'aahlngion arenueand Walnut stret.
w.u- , vainnirrcMi arenue, up Hair.
0. W. DUNNING, M. J).
rvn.nitm4p-.. .. ..
) TVl.r"7T"V:iniu and IVi nut Ma.
Othce-hours-from a . ,n"."7i l'".
A.TUV M -WHll milh . . . . a ... . a
'm . and V n.m
TIHsIDF.KCF. Corner NIbui
mth ii,., i nA
XV Washington aenue, near con
8CM over ine poaioiuge. umce
a m. ana 2 tot p m.
ALLEN, MULK.EY & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J.Allen, 1
John U. Muiiey, l CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
nrPartlcular attention paid to rlier and ad
OFFICE Orer First National Bank, Ohio Leree.
GREEN & GILBERT,
William H. een
William B Gilbert,
aWflpecta. attention glren to Admlttlty and
ityrrici ohio lkyeb, booms 7 and 8 oyxx
CITT NATIONAL BANK.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
t.D. REXFORD Proprietor
Mini oaio iivsa akp sicosd r
rS1tfi Only Fir$t'Clau House in the C'fy
VIMiE AND NASHVILLE
The splendid fact"
WILL II. (UPMMHIAM,
H M. HM) Til, J
Will lent., fjr.ili.Te, mul all in rim-Hale points,
lo d). Huuday, J nn. win, nt 4 p.m. For uelxlit
or passage nniily on board oral Hie i'flke,nt Hlher
wharlboal. 11 W
roit .MEM I'll IS,
The ine passerger pa.Ut
ST. JOSE I' II
o. iikwitt Clerk
L-atet lor the eOTe and all uterme.llate points,
tula, tiuoday, ere ln ooaitiTHy, i -ir ireiRiu ur
passage, a ply onboard or al Hie oilier ol either
City Clerk'" OftVe,
Cairn, lilt., J.tnuar) 27,17.'..
PnMU nnllcA la hereby stlvea tliat a central
charter election will beiie.d.
on Tvrmil, till Xiiu fT or juhh
1872, In theCityol Culro, in the ttte ol JII,nol(
lor the purpoe of elrcllog
A City Itrhiurer,
A CiU Maralia),
A City Attorney,
A Police Magl.lMteto succeed I. Iirpn, Ka.
and ihreerreiuwnof the tftlcct Council, -i fol-
'0e member from the First Ward, to ucccel
P.O. tcinih. ,
One number from '.he Stcond tri, lo ue;e ed
C. It. Woodward. .
One iiieinhf r irom the Cily at !.are, to ucceed
mx members ot the Uosrd or Aldermen, as fol-
Two members Iiom the First Ward, to succeed
8 Wilder and Lto Kleb.
Tw. members from the Becond Ward, to suc
ceed W. Iludcrand Henry Winter.
On member Irom Hie Third Ward, lo succeed
I', Fitrerld. , . . . , .
One member from the Fourth W ard, lo succeed
, I ..... n . r...n!1
Polls will be npmed In the different Wards as
follows . In the Fust aM, at the 6r.t hou.e on
theets.di of W.shlnitun avenue, btlow hittb
' In'thc Sfcond Ward, at the Aiab Engine houe.
In the Tuird Ward, at tbe Hibernian L'nflne
ih. Vntirih WariL al thn Court llouse.
Polls will be opened at 8 a.m., aud closed at C
o'clock, p.m. .M.J JIOWLEi, C.ty Cleik,
rabranry S, 171.
The Select Council of fools apprnres of the
i.airo uasino ani ias in us unoounneu .wisaom
resolred lo celebMto Hie fiflli misquerade (his
season, which win, a u eur lias uoue, enure. j
and completly elipiie any, and erery thlnz here
tofore or hereafter t bq altemptei. The most
conspicuous fooU In tho community, among
wnom, my dear reader, you undoabiedly are
slaste I, will be invitcl to demonstrate that Tour
presence will be luily appreciated. No tickets
will be sold al the door nn I those wishii tickets
can obtain them of any member of the Casiuo.
ii. MR ran.
UOtti I.. TIKIMAH,
Committee of Arransvmeiits ot Cilro Casino.
( sa s i
I'libllnlMMl rvory tiifirnlii. Iu(ri3 vx
. SPECIAL NOTICE.
All pcraons li'iving claitni naiiiitt the
Contractors on the
CaikoA: VixcKSXua Uailkoau
Aro requested to leave their claims with
A. 11. SafTord, cashier City National bank,
tobo forwarded totu lr adjtuttnent.
Donor., Lord a Co.
Tho undersigned takes this method
of returning her sinccro thanks to the
Gcrinania I.tfo Insurance Co., of New
York, fur tho prompt nnd cheerful pay
ment of a policy of : 1, 109 on tho lifo of
her Into husband.
To Mr. Reiiibold V. Relzner, tho efti
cicnt agent of the company at Cairo, arc
my thinks especially duo for his kind and
honorabio action In tho settlement of my
claim. (Utharine Ilr.uiActi.
Cairo, January 25, 1877,
K Jitcr Ciiro Sull-t :
I desiro tlirougli tlie medium of your
paper to tender my thanks to tho gentle.
manly and ever prompt Messrs. Safford,
Jlorr.s uud Cluiidi-e, resident agents ol tho
I old and reliable i-l'.tna insurance) company
i houii-Zw'to ,in,l alao, to tho eompiny's ofllcicnl and
honorable adjuster, Mr. L. Lalger, Eq.,
NKWOOODS JUST RECEIVED UT JIUIht,,,,
Scotch Oat Moal,
Am. " H, " Oat Meal,
Bottled Grated Horso Radish,
Dupee't Star S, O. Hams,
Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon,
First Quality "The bast ii tho cheap
est, ii meir inoitu, iney soil as Jow as
any other house. No 32 Eighth itreat
V,. 1" prompt settlement und payment, time an ornament to the city, the members excellent liquors-whiskies, wines, beer,
. mvVJfU,l of53'600 t,,B B,,,ou"1 ",u! lrlls,m lmvu lut ftl' every effort otc.-go to the Excelsior taloon, which is
Kato Kearnex lho loa,"cr :'d M'MbU neither money nor time. It. fitted up in tplendid style. Illankenburg
unnecessnrv , ,7fem.fUrt rCOmm y '",V bcCn ttM ",conded b' who know, how to keep a saloon, tpreads
sufficient tecouiini . VC " " Wlow citizen., who have alJcd, as a fine free lunch every morning and ove-
tLv commond nnd aro CCr' "M "Orally and willingly, nlng, and, as he forcibly exfre.so, It,
"Mtt Hsspic'y, Thu work on tho church has, however, 'Swcetent the lunch with musln." n
"Welinvo just received, from llio man
ufncluretB, a AVllcox nml Olblu icwing
innolit nc. It Ib Wiiuiifully flnlslicd und
hn tlm lieinincr, bnildor, tc, This run
chine, tW(irt!i flxty-flvo dollurs, will bo
sold nt n burytin nmi inny la seen ut tliU
An nlttri.i ol fire wat founded Friday
night nbotit nlno o Qlook, which WHsfoimd
to proceed from tlio roof of C:i)t. I'hlllip'i
whnrfbnn'.. Tho Intense hoiit urlslng from
a stove, cntucd tho wood, surrounding the
pipe, to CHtch, Htid but for lucky fuel of
the atcnnier Tlioinpson Vian lying nt tho
boHt, would huvc ocensioned serious lots.
The Dcnn pot up etcninntil connecting
her hose, soon hsd n ttrenm plnylng upon
tho blnzc, which was extinguished boforo
the nrrirnl of the engines. Tho dnmngo
WiSCJnUnol to the roof nnd ws slight.
WINKS AND LIQUOR. j
Put. Fitzgerald, oftlio Sample Rooms,
has received tho nppointmentof agent for
tho sale of tho Hntnmondsport, N. Y.,
Urbnnnit "Wlno Company's wlnci In this
city. If tho bottlo with which wo were
ycttcrdny presented is it samplo of tho
quality of these wine, then we are pre
pared to say that they are among tho best
wo have ver tasted. Ho has Just
received a largo consignment, which ho is
prepared to sell ut tho lowest figurori.
Ho has also on hand a largo and complclo
stock of tho various brands of Irish,
Scotch and American whiskies, and wines
of every variety janlSdtf.
CANINE NOTES OR BOW-WOWS.
which may he keoaiideo as or tux
If the dogs of Cairo aro not in trouble,
thoy ought to be for tho wayfarers, though
neither deaf nor blind nrc in fct they
are distracted. We do not know how
much or how little it com to keep a dog j
wo should be inclined to think, from our
daily experience, that it amounts to little,
if numbers are to be taken as the criterion.
On any day wo can look from our window
aid count nine of these noisy pcits, In one
vard ; if we throw in a small man and
brother, who spends Sundays in getting
up fighu for bis sole amusement, there are
ten. Div U marked by them, cot in hours,
but in barking ; night is made musical by
jelps and howls, varied by an occasiasal
crv of pain, as some stick of wooJ, too
long for our stove, shoots down among
the crowd. Nov we like dogs as Charles
Lamb liked children at a distance; and
we have u propoial to offer, whereby
money can be mala nnd quiet obtained.
"Won't some one establish a sausage-lac
tory here ? It will pay, be assured of it.
San Francisco will greedily take the sur
plus of this market should it become over.
stocked. Proposals fur the enterprise
will bo received by any one interested, but
yellow dogs will have the preference.
imiSESS IS BUSINESS-
u. levy & co. a rr.icf. list the iiionEST
The firm of II. Levy A" Co , 93 Ohio
levee, dealers in furs, ol all descriptions,
hide1, talluw,fciithcrs, wool, etc., arc build
ing up a trado and earning fur themsel
ves a business reputation second lo no
house in the city. In their dealings with
their customer?, thoy are honorable and
upright, representing only facts. For
articles in their line they pay the highest
cash prices. ISelow will be found a list of
thn articles in which they deal, together
with the ruling price in this market :
Mink 2 00 to S2 25
Raccoon 10 to
Musk rati 0 V)
Otter 1 00 ta
Reaver CO to
Rear skins.- 2 00 to
HIDES PEP. POUND.
Deer skins 20 to
Reef hides, dry flint 18 to
" green salt U to
Calf hides 12 to
OTHER ARTICLES I'Ett POUND.
Feathers 60 to
lJeejwui t!5 to "8
Tho ubovo quotations are subject to co
PAIR AND FESTIVAL.
FOR THE I1ENEFIT OF bT. JOSEPH'fi CH UltCH,
AT I'ETER NEFFBNKW IIUILDI.VO, OHIO
LEVEE, JANUARY UU, Ul, AND FEIIKU.
To call tho attention of our good people
to tho efforts of tho congregntlon of Hi
Joseph's church in completing their build
ing, is not only a plcnscrn to us, but gives
us an opportunity to tuy what wo know
will bo Indorsed by tho entlro community.
In order lo oroct such a houso of wor
ship u will prove equal to tho require
ments of tho congregation, and at the sumo
bicn pushed forward so rapidly, that the
money provided hasbeen exhausted in pro
portion, unu tue committee now
Und themselves forced to ap
peal, In tomo form, to the
'Mnvathies of tholr fellow cltixons of
-airo. 'i'liiy hftvo determined upon hold,
b w ralio tho means to carry out
their plan, und ir tho prococds shall bo in
any way commensurate, with tholr oxpec-
ii.wu.is, . winch Uiey nn .,,,,,1,,
tho work will bo comploua m 0nco and Thomas, "tho photographer " has re
without any delay. Thoy n.,n thon n,ovcd to tho corn or Commercial avenuo
onco tnoro to tho libcralltv wl,i,.i. .i. ..! and Eighth ttrect. Ho hat fitted un hit
know has nuvor rullod, and cordially invito
every ono to attend tho fair on the noth
and Slst of Jan. and tho 1st of Februarv
., '..n-i. I..,,,, .... -"ry,
u. uwu a nuw yiuiuing, unto lovco. Thy
room is largo and well ventilated; the
array of useful and ornamental articles
will bo profuso and splendid, while. tVin
price of tlokuU only twtnty.ftee cent,, is
low at to bo nlmost an inducement
placo of any othor. A o hopo that all.
matter whuthor moiiibcrs of a church or
not, will como forward In aid of this mott
deservlnc effort Ian25.fii
01. NOTKf THAT SOUND TOA EVERYIIODY
Mr. Gustav Kllngsohr, lat'i of tho
Concordia theater, Baltimore, will appear
to-night at tho Thalia, In tho extremely
comic piece of Mueller and Miller. Mr.
Kllngsohr personates, the miilo", and
If a pecul.tr twist In his eye does not Indi
cate humor, wo aro no judgo. These
who go lo hour hint will ba amply repiid
for the timo given,
While our organ is In tunv w ven
ture to indite a stave on psalm
singing; it 1"'1 l 1,10
minor key, however, for fear the
hoavy bass of Iirolher Davis shoutd break
In at tho wrong place, as it did last week,
and make discord In tho tune. Wo have
often wondered if a man's pursuits mado
a difference with hit singing? For In
stance, could a swine driver utter as plonk
ing notes a a bird-fancier? Would his oc
cupation induco a grunting accompaniment
of obstinate sounds, whllo the other soared
in a treble of angelic iweotnoss ? Would
tho falsetto of a supervisor of Internal rev
enue, havo the jingle of coined cash, and a
gauger't voice ripple out with the gurglo of
dripping liquor 1 Thete he questions con
tains rocondito musical metaphysics, over
which our rcadors can ponder between
Tho sweet dreams of our slumber
were rendered tweeter still by tho dulcet
sorenadc, that brought us back for n mo
ment to tho waking world last Friday
night, and the resounding notes mado us
thank our start that wo wore tho recip
ient. Tbe Grand Ducal Hand, under the
friendly pilotage ot Messrs. F. M.Hunley,
cashier of Illinois Central wharfboat.
Nat. Pepper, clerk of tho steamer Great
Republic and Frank Carrigan,of the tele-
craph office, rehearsed sumo of their
choicest alrt under our window and made us
wish we were a grand duke too. For this
compliment we are indebted to the skill of
W. P. Allen, leader; Alfrod Whlto, A
Lewis, D. Reynolds and G. Ford, who
constitute tbe Ducal Rand, and who will
provido the' musical enlcrtainrrcnt for II
I. II., as he quietly steams it down tbe
river. May he enjoy the tarn ploasure
from their itmlns that we did.
NOT To BE COOLED BUT BT HELP Of LAW
It is not invariably smooth sailing for
boats, especially when tba rivers are low,
Captains and clerks are disposed to be
petulant, huffy and generally out of sorts ;
while on board they snub tho rcustabouts
and curse the cooks; onshore, they kick
the small dogs and tread on little boys'
toes, and commit other acts, which in
high water time thev would not. On
Thursday, for Instance, tbe steamer Com
raonwealth landed at the wharf and put
on shcrea French lad, who had taken pas
ssge, and paid for it, from New Orleans to
St. Louis. On arrival here, the clerk
demanded his ticket, which having re
ceived, he tore up, and then banded tho
youth a dollar, wnn tue icm.n. sk.s .i
boat would not go to St. Louis, and he
could make his way there to suit himself
The native of Gaul was somewhat non
plussed at this short way of disposing of
him and his rights, and after a few taere
bUu't and other expletives, which tbe
gallic mind has copious store of, he
sought counsel of some compatriots.
Their legal lore being Insufficient for tbe
emergency, tho office of the United States
Commissioner was retorted to,
where salves are dealt out in proportions
to suit tho demand, A small slip of paper
was forthwith handed by theeommlsiioncr
to United States Deputy Marshal Pctor
Saup, with which ho boarded the
Commonwealth, and blandly asked for the
captain ; ha was not on band. Tho clerk ?
He was not there cither; Th. person who
wat In charge? Qulcn Sabe?
Good, quoth Saup, the marshal;
I will tako command of this boat I
And he did. Ho not only took command
of her, but he commanded her to steam to
the upper levee, and there ho tied her fast
and strong hor "and her machinery,
tacklo and furnlturo" for so tho mandate
told him to do. Leaving her thus in quod.
as it wore, marshal Saup quietlv went
about his other U. S. duties, Gaul and her
representatives, had won the day, and wen
ding their way to Sackberger't, thoy re
joicod over a bottlo of vin ordinaire and
bided their tim. It camo toon and to did
rcason,to the ofllcort oftho Commonwealth.
Rut reason and common tenso cost some
thing in this practical day of ours ; it cost
tho Commonwealth just $50, tho costs and
tho attorney's foes. Tho moral of all this
Is tho French icprcscntativo went on his
It is truo that Hlankenburg't Excol-
tor saloon Is now one of tho institutions
of the city. All drinkers who liko really
has employed tho sorvices of a first-rato
pianist, who makes tho grand piano
which stands in ono end of tho saloon
speak out In musical tones. Everybody
is Invited. Tho best order is maintained
and all Improper character! tupprossed
with neatnoss,choapness and dispatch. Ev-
crybody know that the Excelsior saloon
is at tho corner of Washington avenue and
new art gallery with tatto and olegance,
and has facilities for doing first clast work,
'-ever beforo equaled In Buy gallory In
... . .
Wro. Mr. Aiiomat win open Ills now
Kilry on Monday morning, and will
tlln' bo ready to tako photographs, goms,
,,nd. procelaln pictures of all tlzo and
to K' ,in'1 t0 COpy ftU1 ""'" ld
no A " or Advice. Mothers know
1,10 Importance attached to the caro of
tcothini' children. Read the advertltment
, Mrl' "itcomVs Syrup in another
Thcro will a (ice tlanee at Mrs. Onf-
fnoy't Central house, on sixth ttrcot, be
tween Washington and Commercial nr.,
oil Monday evening, lo which all nro In
Our cnmmi.nl. i.imn il, loiter sh.ned
"I, too, bcHovo," appeared last Sunday.
rr li .infih.ail.t. 1
wil..teilivi illU JJIIIH; U I I lllJIIi UW I a C '
,,t .1 r, , ., i t.,1.
has rdvolutlonlzol socict V, nnd brought
w aiw uvsi lis. a, iiivill HI WUnvi, II IV. II ' ..
out of tho chaos of barbarism tlm lmrtno
ny of modern civilization.
Great Inducements to any ono wish
ing to buy a Urst-class piano or organ.
E. & W. Ruder offet their cntlro stock In
thn piano and organ line nt tho actual
cost of tho Instruments. Thoy aro desir
ous of closing out tho stock so thai they
may uso tho room for jewelry manufactur
At wo were about to go lo prosi, wo
roccived a communication under tlm signa
ture of tho Rovcrcnd Jacob llradley "min
ister of tho Second llaptlst (coiorod)
Church,Calro," denying the pa'toral rights
of tho Rovcrcnd Thomas J. Shores, and
challenging tho legality oftho church over
which ho Is settled. Tho lateness of tho
hour procludcs its publication to-day. It
win nave a piaco on 1 ucsday morning.
Mr. W. II. Ryan has lately opened n
framo and picture establishment on 8lh
street, near cor. Washington avenue.
His stock comprises frames of all styles
nnd sizes, and many very handiomo pliO'
tographs, engravings, chromos, albums,
etc. Ho has all sorts of mouldings and
makes the framing of pictures to order, a
specialty. Mr. R. invites nil to call and
oxamlnc his stock.
Wc havo no hesitation in recommend
ing William Ehlcrs, boot and shoo maker
as worthy of most liberal patronage. We
know whereof wo speak when we saj Mi
work is done in a muilcrly manner al the
lowest prices. Ho u,es twilling but thu
best of slock, and lie cannot bo cxcell"' In
tbo dellcato task of making an exuei ft'.,
Give him a call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue and
Poplar street, nearly opposito tho court
house, and we will guarantee, satisfaction.
WHICH ARE OF CONSEQUENCE TO THOSE
Officer Arnold left last evening for up
the Ohio to work up a job of robbery
irom tho information he has ir. his pos
session ho is confident of success.
Deputy Circuit Clerk Krumsick and
deputy Sheriff Hogan of Mound City,
were on our streets yesterday, but as their
jurisdiction is restricted to Pulaiki county,
nobody exhibited anv alarm at their
In our notice of Capt. B. Thistle
wood and ofhls having'alocatcdin (,'airo, wc
omitted to say that he has opened a gen
eral commission house for produco of nil
kinds, at No. 78 Ohio lovec, under the
name and style of "Thistlewood & Co,
He refers to Jleisrs. Field, Loltor ,t Co.
ana C. JJ. Sawyer & Co., Chicago.
John H. Obcrly rabid democrat,
has been appointed director of the Cairo
& St. Louis railroad company, by Gov
ernor Palmer. Is the governor ono oftho
possum kind ' And is ho hunting a soft
placo on which to fall at thu close of his
We want to know. Ofn'y
It seems that Ilro. Heck don t liko It
hen tho governor finds a good, honest
reliable democrat, for an important posi
tion. All honor to Gov. Palmer. Ilro.
Oberlv is tho "right man in thy righ.
place.'' It docs ua good to see a printer,
onro In a while, got a "fat take,' be his
politics what it may. success, nro. u.
Mt. Carmel Democrat
Whon the "fat tako" comes to our share,
wo intend to clvo notice of it through tho
Bulletin ; until then, our well-wish
er must content incrnseives wuu mo
conceptions of their fertilo imagin
ations as to the rich pay wo arc lo receive
Up to the present writing, our emoluments
aro strictly governed by law that is to
say j by vlrtuo of our office, wo aro allow
el to pay our own fare on tho railroids,
settle our own bills nt hotel.', buy postago
stamps, add our timo to profit and loss
account, and render our services to tbe
State of Illinois, gratis. In thin "fat tako,'
wo proposo to
fiet rlcn. as ncrcr man rot rich before.
And spend our cash, 'til we can spend no more
when wo will deposlto tho remainder in a
silken purse fabricated out of a twine's car.
and llberullv divide with our friend of tho
A simple act of Justice was overlooked
In our imioof yesterday, when wo referred
to the changes on tho Cairo A- Vincennes
railroad, which wc nro more than willing to
rectify to-day. Honrs. Dodge, Lord ii
Co., tho termer contractors, ili-.iorvo the
kind rcmcmbrnnco of all with whom they
havo had business relations, 'or their fldol-
ity and unwearied exertions in currying out
their contract. Owing to tho failures or
others, In keeping their engagement with
thum, they not only struggled against al
most overwhelming difficulties, but bore
upon their own shoulders vast responsi
bilities, which or right belonged to other
parties. They have not only kept finan
cial faith witli all with whom thoy camo
In contact, by meeting and paying ull
their indebtedness, but, us wo have reason
to know, havo absolutely paid out of tholr
own pockets, over $00,000 In order lo
keep tho work In operation. In retiring
from tholr contracts, they do so with tho
best wishes und regards of evoryone with
whom thoy havo l.ad dealings,
HOARD AND LODGING.
Mr.T.R. Ellis, tho corner of Sovonth
and Commercial Is prepared to accom
modate all who apply with board, with
or without rooms, nt prices lowor than any
other flrst-classhouso in tho city. Mr. El
lis koops an excellent tablo; his rooms aro
front rooms high, light and airy, and woll
furnished, and wo havo no hesitation in
promising satisfaction to all who call on
him. Mr. lillis will alto tupply parties
who dcslro with unfurnished rooms at
roasonablo rates. Let all interested tako
notice. Remembor on the corner of
Seventh and Commercial 31
I TOO RELIEVE.
Hit. Editor: In your Sunday morn.
ing'g Italic, January Mth, wo wero Inform-
ou unit notwithstanding you had listened
to the Denton lecture, your faith was Arm
with regard to tho slxd.iy'a creation. I. loo
n ""nticr Irom llio sllurean to llio last
... - - , i
Tmn lrom lllu Ttilloblto to tho Mcgnthc-
""'. cvon III 1113 FllCn nf splori-,. I n, I
."" '" Rut. sir. I must not mil mv
, - - .... m uiii i
"B" . n bu,,,e' ! 11,0 ' oo largo
. . . " " j- - ...j .
i .fin iipiiitun, 11. ... .
' nisu muiicvo Hint gluts,
hurbs, jilants, etc., cnino forth beforo tho
suti, moon or stars wero horn. I believe
thnt find .,!,.! 1,1. ti.,,i. - .. .
7. . . :'. ,cvonul
uny, (jiitint mo verso reausi although I
nni not inny porstiaueci witn regard to his
iinisiiingnll every particle on tho sixth-
...,.,..i., i i ii.,... ....,.. i
mviiiu ,fv.tnu uiitu (iiu iiuuiciiv io udu a i
. .... "... - -
nn iniiuttu uou gdlwg Ural (with thit
littlojob), I can't doubt. I believe that
Noah took of nil tho families of tho carlh
Into his ark. with nrovialons for n vcar-
lilrila linn, nlnnlmnl. ...... .t. . . .1 I
, iiittiiuiciiiMu, nu..
all, notwlthstjindlng thcra was only ono
twontv nch w ni nw for lli.l.t n,l vnnill.
nlln., .,. ..t . Li.t i. .
........ uu. v.,Ub . kv.
sny hocouldnotcvon get tho wlngod tribes
into his boat. Tlioro nro things concern-
ing Noah, Lot. etc.. of which I doubt tho
propriety of in well regulated falmllies.
i hcliovo that Moses ordered all the Mi-
dconltes to be slain, father, mother daugh-
tcrs nnd sons, and retained nil tho virgins
for tho chosen pcoplo of God. I bcllevo
that Jotluia mado tho sun to stand still
stone still. The day was prolonged that
tho carnago might not ceaso. Lots too
would tho sun or tho earth havo to ttand
still to lengthen tho day. Ncvor mind, I
learned it at Sibhath school and could not
learn anything there that I would have
to unloam In nftcr years. Even our teach
public schools are so kind when
reading tho Riblo as not to bothci tho
children with astronomy or philosophy.
1 . I
I believe that David was a man after God's
own heart and never departed from his
God, although somo doubt the manner in
which ho won his first wife. I believe.
that Jesu, wa, tempted by tho devil, and
I cannot doubt his satanic majesty held a
clear title to all tho kingdoms of tho carlh
fall being in sightl or how could tho tempt- ""in, as near as may oc wneui
. , cr tho person or persons applvlng for tick-
ntion bo real 7 ... ... r,rnnnrt., ..n.litt .,, T.m. ..J
Authorities says that the Looks now
composing tho Ilibio have been lost several
times. Now I must belie vothal!tho right,
real, genuine, truo books, were found each
timo ; is there anv room for doubt '
Can I bcllevo when Rabbi Wise, a learn
cd Jew of Cincinnati, says the Old Testa
ment is a history of his forclathers in a
very Ignorant and superstitious ago. No,
sir. tub on v sorrow now lingering in
my breast is a desire for somo miracles to
1 -It.... CI. .. II f 1. a A am mall In lokfriTl
uenmc nin.. .
tho Koran or Shasters to fill that aching
vni.i i)nr frfem). insist me. Mv crav-
ingt cannot be sathfled unless the'y dale
, . , , ,, . . , ,. ,r
way back Into tho dim past, hundreds of
. ... . i
years bcioro printing, anu men in soui
can reposo sweetly, and know no troubles,
and hear no sound but thai of Gabriolt.
Aching for relief.
NOTES FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT.
Louis Johnson, indicted for larceny,
was tried and found guilty. Ho was sen
tenced to tho county jail for twenty days
and a fino of f 10 with coils of suit.
Edward Logan, under an indictment
for msault with intent to murder, plead
glljilv t0 (l.snutt with bodily injury, re-
cvived thirty days in jail and a fine of J 30
John W. Rutlogc, who was charged
with obtaining money under false protctt
ces, plead not guilty. Tho indictment was
quashed and ho was discharged.
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-'I ho grand jury carno into cour and
ade their final report and were discharg-
Court adjourned to Monday next.
NOTE HOUNDED PROS! THE POLICE
Gcorgo Albits, the clerk, and
McGarry, tho mate of tho steamer Com
monwealth wero up beforo 'Squire Rross
for resisting United States Marshal? Saup
and Policeman Arnold, in tho perform-
anco of tholr official duties, referred to
elsewhere in connection witn tno i-ronen-
man's matter. Albits tool; a chungo of
venue to 'Siuiro Shanncssy, who fined
him 'j and the costs ; McGarry was will
ing to trust Judgo Dross, and ho allowed
his wisdom, for the Judgo was lenient,
being in ono of his charitable moods, and
only fined tho mato 5'Jj and tho little
Then camo John Montgomery to ox-
plain how It happened that ho got drunk
and kicked up a fuss generally. Either
his ex. was not explicit enough or tho
judge had changed his mood, ns ho gavn
him S- nnd costs for tho troublu ot com
ing boforo him.
HqUlltU HlIANNESY'ti NOTES.
Charles Coleman and Andy Ryan got
Into n fight nnd called on tho 'Squiro to
settle It fur them. Mulcted in fo each
with cost", aud committed fur twenty
Con. Flynn, as drunk as bejabers; $1
with tho sugar in it, nnd 7 days.
Frank Catlln mado a row in tho thea
ter Friday night nnd had to pay $5 and
cost", and was committed for 11 days
John Chambers, drunk and disorderly,
finod $5 and costs, with 12 days nt castle
Each oftho above men wero oftho Im
Mr. Chas. Mohnor has just rocoivod
from tho publishers In Now York, a book
of costumes, containing nil tno latest styles
of stago coulpmont. Ho invites his l'rionds
to call and oxntnlno tho book, and if there
aro any portont desiring articles In this
lino, Mrs. Mohnor has proposod to furnish
. l . almxr nni I ri n n n 1 1 sntnnaii1n
orms. Mr. Mohnor also ha, a number of
masks which ho will soli or hire out to
those who mav want them. Janl2w2
- - -
A beautiful article just received and for
.nin ni wholosalo and rotau uy
RKINllAKDT V. BKL7.NER, Solo Agt,
Yarmouth succotaih and corn nt Jor.
Special Joint tesslon of the City Council called by
Cnt.ncll Chamber. 1
Cairo, Ills., Jan. ', 187.1 J
Prosent Ills honor, Mayor Lm. den,
nni1 Cunningham, l itzgrniu, Mob, mar-
u"i "case, oiraiK.n, nwiiyno, m-
uer Bml " 'lcr-
I. FflO I.UTIOM.
" he following resolution w ini-o-
duced, mid un motion of Alderman In-
tor nuop-.ou, VI. :
. . .
Resolved, That the City Clerk be an I
no " "creiy instructed to proceed at oni-i
to causo tobo nubllshc.1. In aecordnia i
with tho dinner 'ami ordinances of thi
citv. tho nollen nf tin, n,,l tMiirilciiinl
election on thn last Tuesday, to-wll, th.
s'1" uy ol lourunry next, for mayor.
y ciotk. c tv treasurer, c iv tnarsiiai
. ' . t
nimciiy attortiev. anu lor auormcnr.ua
membora or tho select council to (III the
places of thoio whoso lortiia of service aa
Bl! ?rmen nml 4elcct councllmcn explte
T" """"'"P1 1' ntl .""
. . . a . . . e.
iur mo .'leeiiun oi n tiniin,, tiiniriatrnin in
in inn ii nco now occunieil l,v iwilirn mm'.
Istrato Judgo Rrossj llio plnces for votint;
l01u election, in mo uiucronl wards bu-
.nK. 1"' h"o on the cast sido of
WHIMitlf.lon avcnlle ia.)ow 6Ul tUeti bc.
longing to Col. McKealg. in the first ward:
llio Arab ungino houso In tho second ward;
1,10 Hibernian engine houso In tho third
ward, and tho court house In tho fourth
Tho Hoard of Health.through its chair
man, roportcd tho following resolutions for
tho consideration of the council, viz:
Bo it resolved bv the Citv Council of tho
city of Cairo, that all persons, resident
within said c.ty, who havo not been vms
cinatod, and who aro unable to pay lio les
for vaccination, arohcrebvrcauir
I red to tall
upon tho City Clerk, at his office, and ob
tain from him n ticket which they will
take, without delay, to somo ono of the
practising pnysiciaiii, resident In the cily
of Cairo; who will properly vaccinate
them: nnd all anr-li ntiv.tt.ti. ..a 1,A.1...
requested and authorized kto vaccinate all
such persons who shall call upon them
wnucu tickets retailing the tickelt a.d
L'ltnniflrf n lilt rxf thn ..rn.a xf
, " ' " y -" ?;
M vouchers, ttcy will present to the City
Council, at its regular monthly meeting
l,Vn t iii yu i 1,our ioSlnt
Uhr o ,
And it shall bo tno duty of the City
Clerk,bcturo hcshall deliver any such tick-
when satisfied that they aro so entitled, ho
'hall deliver tho ticket or tickets, number-
'"K. lu?"" consecutively, m orao- oi
namos and place o: reiidenco In tho city
of tho persons to whom they aro deliv
ered. i and place of reiidenco In
Ro It further resolved, that school direc
tors aud superintendent, of schools, in tho
cily of Cairo uro hereby respectfully re
quested to adopt such measures at may ho
within their power and which they may
"" best, to prevent tbo spread by rca-
1 Sinn jsr (lm iintnlilltin stsT tlm atkl ll nfs in
1 BVMt situ iwtviu vii.il; Ut kllU v-UIIUIUII lit
I. ... . .
Uie pUt,ljP ,chooll 0r ibocity, or any con-
taiMous diseases which mav now be in. or
which rnav horealtcr reach, our citv. and
also, to request that nil children attending
the schools be proporly vaccinated; it being
d d b , ' thu time tll.t
... r . .. . .
children who are net vaccinated should not
attend tho public schools or tho city until
after their vaccination.
Resolved, That tho City Marshal of th
city of Cairo bo, and fie is hereby re
quested to obtain, by diligent Inquiry, in
visiting tho tlillcrenl parts ol the city,
wnoiovcr iniurrnaiion no cap, concerning
tho existenco of tho small-nor, or other
contagious disca'is, In tho ciU'. and to
communicate, without delay, ruch inror
nation to thu Hoard of Health, for their
consid iration and action.
Resolved, That tbo Hoard of Health 1
and they hereby aro instructed ,to malcn
whatever arrangements they m ay deem
best lor the good of tho city, for tho care,
custody and attendanco of persons found
within the city who aro alUictod with tho
small-pox or varioloid, and who havo not
tho means, or who aro unablo to obtain thu
means, with which to tako caro of them
selves. Resolved. That all persons residing in
the city of Cairo and who havo not al-
. I.. V ... I 1. ...I .1 . ...
l n-nu ut-ui. nwtitinicu, uu nuu lui-v ma
nt, rcallclled t0 attend at
onc0 t0 tll0 maltcr 0f vaccination; and
tho attention of all persons residing in the
city Is hereby specially called to sections
'JOB, 301 and 3W, of tho "revised ordinan
ces," the samo being sections fj and 8 of
ordinance No. ft, of tboso recently adopted
by tbe city council in lit late revision.
(Messrs. Hurd and Ruder appeared In
Alderman Winter moved to fill tbe
blank beforo tho word " cents" in tht first
of tho forogoing resolutions, with the
word "fifty." Carried.
Councilman Hurd moved to adopt the
resolutions as amended. Carried as al
lows: Ayes Ruder, Cunningham, FiU
gcrald, Hurd, Kleb, Rearden, Scbufa,
Seasc, Stratton, Swayno, Waldcr and
Winter 12. Nay 0.
On motion of Alderman Winter, the
council thon adjourned. .
M.J. Howlet, Ciby clerk.
HIDES. FURS, TALLOW AND PELTS
Moosrs, Burnett & Co. aro paying St.
Louis prices for hides, furs, etc., as fol
Prime Mink SI.75 to 2.23
" Raccoon COc to 0c
" Musk Rat 10 to 12)
Wild Cat 40 to 60
" Opossum 10 to 12
" Ottor 5.00 to 0.00
" Beaver Skins COO to 7.00
Hides, dry flint, per lb 18c to 2(k
" Green Salt, " " 10o
" Greon, Butchor,per lb... 7Jc to 8Jc
Butchers nfd trappers 1 do you remain
her what thoso articles wero worth before
we camo horo? Theywero worth Just about
one hat of what thoy nro now 7 Sustain
thoso who benoflt you, Tho abovo prlcos
can be depended upon.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tonth ttrect., Cairo, III.
FEATHERS 1 FEATHERS !
II. Lovy & Co., nt No. 03 Ohio lave.
"'e 0,1 Td n"d for fa, 1" to
u" purcnasor-, ono thousand pounds of
Rood feathers. Thoy will bo told at fried
Willlln IllA PAIIill, aF.1.. . T M
......... isuuiui mu iioorusi. famines
tupplod ut reasonable rates. deo 12-tf
Now that tho Cairo and Vinconnoe
rallread is a fixed fact the contract
having boon let, and work to bo common,
cod at onco, Jorgontcn It prcparod to soil
all klndt of groceries cheaper than any
other houso In the city, tt
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