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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1872.
TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
TAKE NOTIOK.
TI METAFILE Of THK ILLINOIS CENTRAL It- B.
On and after flunday, May . . follow
nr tiroe-table will gown the arrival and depart
ure of paMinjter Iralns t Clro I
iWirt-Mall train, dally .......
Jrr(M-Mll.dllT... 8: a.m.
Expaeas - ,,0 P,tn
Cairo and i. louh nnori uiae.
Arrive-........ p.m.
Depart
Ko change of crm from Cairo to 8t. totil. No
chna of ears from Cairo to Chicago. Klegant
tfrlog Room sleeping can on nifiht (rami.
Ks cheeked to Ml important polnta.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
H1TAJI TC,
CACHE
Will make throe trips dally.
tiiTixo caiao I ixavmo moind citt
At T .......a.m. I At 1:30 .. J.tn
At 11 ....-a.m. i At 1:30 p ni
At 4'30 ........p.m. At e .p.m.
Fare each war. 30 cente : 10 tickets for 12 60. 1
Will lane, whan hailed, at any eood Intermediate
andinglor pasaeogeraor freight. nov21if,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Stroet, botwoen Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
CAIRO, ILL,
la receiving dally new Ihrelces of
l&TTtTtXlSTlBlja.'Sr 0-OOX3H,
01 ctery description, and at Paicts tsIU'IT tiii
nan
THE LATEST STYLES OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
BONNETS,
UA1S, KlllllUISS,
TRIMMINGS.
' FRENCH FLOWERS.
NECK.TIE COLLARS,
U.MIfill BL.KEVES,
LACES, ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES.
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with nil the other article! kept In a
i-iib vtas. .nunnery una irimmiDBH Btoro. to
tie aolrt at the very lowest figure,
"Call and tee her. No trouble to show
good.
CAIRO AND PADUCAU
HAIL BOAT.
The plendid ateamer
CT.A.S. PISK,
Bex. Howard Cnpt,
JanStf
Cnlro DULY, (q.mdaya excepted) at!
r"r irelitmor uauaze unpivon oonroot
M. Burns, proprietor of the Mechanics
boarding homo, corner Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that ho is now keeping a first-class hotol
and boarding houso for the accommoda
tion of regular boarders or tramlont
guests. Ho has accommodations for
olghty to ono hundred pcoplo; his table is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not a bed in the houso that has not oltlier
a sat of springs or a feather bed. Mm
Tho Arlington Gardou, a delightful
placo of resort, is now ready for visitors.
Tents havo bcon sproad on tho green
sward, a high, closo fonco surrounds tho
garden, and ladles aud gentlemen may
onjoy tho finest of ico cream and tho cool
ost of lomonado, freo from tho public gaze.
T. B. Ellis, Frop'r.
THE BULLETIN.
J AH BIO(i9, Ag't.
1'JiYNIClANrV
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
"OFFICE Over M. J. MeOaulej'a drug atore,
near corner commercial avenue anu
teeslh atreel.
KibIi.
3-3Uf
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDESUK No. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
tween Wkthington atenue and Walnut atrott.
UtnceUi Commercial avenue, up etalrs.
0: W. DUNNING, M. D.
TJESIDEXCE cornerKinth aud Walnut ata,
rvOrtire coiner Mxth street and Whlo levee.
Office hours from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and 9 p.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
REHIPF.NCK Corner Mnetienlh street nd
Washington arenue, near court limine. Of
hce over the postoftice. Office hours 10 to 12
a.m. and 2 to i p.m. lanlvtf.
Our Homo Advertisements.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
By Tlrtue of an execution to mo directed by
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexnodor coun
ty, In the atnte or Illinois, In favor of tho people
of the Mate ol Illinois, lor the use of Thomas
Lewis nlnl asninst Joel U. Moriran. Wllnani J.
Allen, Patrick Rellly, Bernard bmjth and Jrhn
I. Ilnrman, I hato levied upon the following
Ue.cribed property, to.wlt: Lota numbered
twelve (12) and thirteen. (13, In block numbered
two I, In the Pity of Cairo, in said county nnd
aiaie, mi mo propcriy oi eaia iiernarn am in,
n.,iv( ...I, Mb ,IUMIIV IV lilt' I-,M.I-
west door of the court house, In aal! city, on
the Itlli day ol June. A. D. 187J, between the
hours ol nine o'clock a.m. and sunset of said
day, Tor cash, to aatlsly aalH execution.
ALEX, il, IKVIN,
, Sheriff of Alexander Couaty, Illinois
Cslro, III., Mar 23, 1S7J.
1872. SUMMER. 1872.
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
8
o
i
J. IBTTDEa-IEIR,,
Commercial Avenue,
Has returned from tho East, having
purchased ttu largest atock ot
DRY C3-OOIDS
Ever brought to this market.
He has a lull line of
DOLLY VARDEN 1'RINTS,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES.
IRIdll POPLINS, SILK PLAIDS,
ALl'ACAB.
Ail torts ot
Summer Dress Goods. IR
MUSLINS,
SHEETINGS,
CALICOS,
GLOVES,
HOSIERY.
Also a full assortment of
LACES, TRIMMINGS,
EMBROIDERIES,
SHAWLS, CLOTHS,
AND CASSIMERES.
ladies' .and children's
SHOES AND CLOTHING.
Of all Kinds and Prices.
NOTICE. ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE.
Under and hy virtue ol an order and decree ol
tho Circuit Court ol Alexander county, lllinili
made on tho petition of tho uuderslgned, admin
istrator rum ftifomcafo nrtnrxo of tin. estate of
Jacob Cauble, deceased, for leave to sell tho real
etnte of said deceased, at the April Term, A. D.
ot said court 1 shall,
ON MONDAY THE 1st DAT OF JUVT, A I) 1877
between the hours ol 10 o'clock n. m. and 6
o clock p. in., of anld day, Hell atpu'illo sale, at
the coir t house door In tho cltv of Cairo, Alex,
ander county, Illinois, the following described
real estate, lo-wlt !
8lxtreveii and 40.100 (f,7 4fl.10fl v,u ntr
west side nf the cat lial' ol tlienorth.wesi quarter
rani
riuian. siiuxiea in Ai.i.niipr pnuntv
Twenty and 60-100 20 BO-louJ acres off the east aide
.,1 uHii ui inn norm oasiquarier ot secilnn
two 121. townshlti fourtnon 1141. nnih
2J. et of the third 13 principle meridian, sun
ateil in Alexander countv. Illinnia. nml lhnnntli
east quarter of the south east quarter of sec
tion thlrty-fivn ai, township thirteen 1191, eoulh
range two (2) wet of the third 3 principle me.
rl.iian, con.ainlng forty 40J acrcn, altuatcil in
Union county Illinois.
The payments to be made as follows, vlx t
one-third cash in hand, III balance In six months
from th Hate ot ml.', secured bv nolo unit nl.
mortgage on the remiaea robl.
, . , , MOSES HUT90N,
Administrator cum ttitamtnto annuo of the estate
of Jacob Untitle, deceased.
May lGth, mi.
Green & Gilbert, Att'ys.
Wm, Ehlers, at his shop on Twentieth
street, opposite tho Court House hotel, Is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of every
stylo and variety, warranted to givo por
fect satisfaction. Ho keeps genuine French
calf and gives his customers all ho prom
iscs. tf
Try Welch's London Confection
ery, cornar Commercial avenuo and
Nineteenth street, for Fruit, Spongo and
Lemon Cakes, Pics, Tarts and Blanc
Mange, Jellies, &c, tuppcr parties and
picnics supplied at th? lowest prices.
5-7m.
ol section oneU), township fourteen (141? S th I "'
igetwo(2)mt ot the third (3) principle me. a policy limltod to $2,500
AGENTS WANTED.
Ageuts wanted In every City, Town and Coun
ty, for the Oorham Linen, Hook and Car.
Marker. No risk. One marks tor a wholn fam
ily. Address A. il, KICHAliLSON, 131 West
Madison Street, Chicago. S-lc co.llm.
$500,000 TO LOAN.
On Improved Farm Prapeity in sums of 11,000
and upwards, on Long Time ami Low Intcreal,
T.C WATK1NH A CO.,
62 Mam St., DtiQuoln, Ilia.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
F. D. REXFORD, .... Proprietor
Con. Ohio Levee & Second St.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
lUscsee conveyed to and from the Depot freo
ol charge. dec9-tf-
LIFE INSURANCE.
Mr. R. P. Robblns Is tho agont for tho
Protection Life Insurance Company, of
Chicago, in this city. In tbeso days when
it is looked upon as ono of tho christian du
tics of man to insure Iris life, thus securing
to his family in tho ovent ot his death, tho
nocessarics and comforts of life,
it is a matter of impor
tanco to solect a company which
is at onco safe and economical. The Pro
tection Lifo Insurance Company is such a
one. It is instituted on tho mutual con
trtbution plan, a plan by which lives may
uo insurcu at an expense so small as
scarcely to be felt. A membership fco for
is SU 00, or
for a policy of $0,000 $20.00, and tbo an
nual dues tiro on tho first $4 00 and on
tho Inst $5 00. For full particulars, appli
cation should bo made to Mr. Robbins.
6-1 ltf.
CENTRAL HOUSE.
PMblleatloss OBe, Balletlss tiding,
Wsahiictoti Avenue.
THE GREELEY MEETING.
A CROWDED HOUSE AND GREAT
ENTHUSIASM.
' The weatiirr Is insalubrious.
Tnr. Bonfire last night was a success
and blazed for Groeley.
W. J. ALLEN, THE DEMOCRATIC
WUEELHOH3K OF EGYPT,
PRESIDES. .
A Doo Found Is bolng prepared for the
roccptlon of untaxed dogs.
Repairs on tbo sldo walks aro progress
ing satisfactorily at great ozpenso to tho
city.
Turner riCHic In Kentucky on Sunday.
Ferry boat makes two trips. Everybody
invited.
Be ur in the morning early to-morrow
and go to the Tumor picnic at Fort Jef
ferson.
SPEECH BY J. BLACKBURN JONES
OF SPARTA.
AND OTHER SPEECHES BY OTHER
ORATORS.
We had tho plcaturo of a call yester
day from Mr. J. Blackburn Jones, of
Sparta.
Miss Windsor's Castle was arrested
yesterday for being naughty. The fines
wcro not of tho opprcsivo kind.
To Mrs. W. W. Thornton and Mrs.
Captain Hurd wo return thanks for
beautiful boquets.
Louts Blatau lunches tho drinkers
of wolss beer, and is ono of the mcst ac
commodating saloon keopers in tho city.
Every democratic journal in tho stato
south of tho O. and M. R. R. supports
Greeley and Brown. Shaxcnteiown Oa
ztttt.
A Strawberry Festival tho first of
tho season by the ladies of tho Metho
dist church, will be the feature of the next
week iu Cairo.
It was feared that NetTs store build
Inc would tumble yesterday, but tho
alarmists wero mistaken. It still stands
and Neff continues to sell clothing at low
rates for cash.
Tiie clerical idiot, by tho namo of
Rev. J. B. Turney, has .announced his de
termination to bo a candidato for Super
intendent of Public Instruction.
Having rofurnished this woll known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near tho post office, the proprie
tress would inform tho public ttuit alio
is prepared to accommodate tbo public
with first-class board nnd well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
able terms. Ample preparations have
been mado to accommodato an unlimited
number of day bonrders. Patronago so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Gaffney.
Sl-Odf.
DOGS! NOTICE,
On and after this day, Muy ICth, I will
pay a rowarU of twenty-uvo cents each,
for all dogs found running at largo, on
which tho taxes havo not been paid, said
dogs to bo dolivcrcd to mo at tho dog
pound, on the corner of Ohio levco and
Tenth stroct, old city pump.
5-lC2w Andrew Cain, City Marshal.
CLOTHING DEPARTMENT.-ti
At No. 84 Ohio Levee.
A largo and complcto stock of
CLOTHING-
Kreih &r.d New. Cheaper than the Cheapen!,
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS AND
PRICES.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
YVaihmoto.v Avim i, Con. 7th Stbiit,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Keep en band a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Mitscs nnd Children's Gaiters and
Shoes.
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they tell ut the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
They are al.o prepared tu .upply Lidies and
Gentlemen with the UKsr UK bllUi WuhK.at
flgurej that defy compeiiilon. t-it
CO AI..
CAIRO CITY COAL
X prepared to mpuly customer with the bei
quality or
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
CO-AJL,.
rRDERS left at llalliday liron. office, 70 OHIO
J l.KVLK, or at the Coal Yard below tlieM.
Htel, will receive prompt alteotlon
.-.ur. IUU " VUNTAUK" wIlllirlUB , ,ml l
sldesteamtr. at anv hour.
ocastf
WOODl WOOD I ! WOOD 11
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa)l'ltep,u not Cheaper
ban anf ?. jJVf,r. 1" Leave order.
I IM msum . ".vumcaana at Ron' u,
vara, est uooai'
ivtJrtb street. Cairo, nunc .. i
laiaawnrt aaal v otrd the wood up if S.
and
ive
nr..
IULK
good
TREMENDOUS STOCK
OF
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
A Lnrgo and Select Stock of
HOOTS. SHOES AND SLIPPERS
Just received at the
CITY SHOE STOHE.
CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE .CITY,
FOR
Fashionable Boots and Shoes
Embracing tho very latest styles of
BROLASKIS,
LADIES' MISSES' & CHILDREN'S
FRENCH KID,
SERGE LASTING,
MOROCCO AND
TAMPICO GOAT
BUTTONED,
SIDE-LACED AND
POLISH BALMORAL
SHOES
DOLLY "V-AIKElEIISr
WALKING & PARLOR SHOES AND
SLIPPERS.
Nilsson, Juniatta's & Bismark
TIES AND WALKING BOOTS,
Also a very choice, select anil varied line of
Misses' and Children's Pearl Colored
French Kid, Foxed Forgo and
Morocco Shoes aud Slippers.
QK.VTLEMEN AND YOUTH'S
BROLASKI'S, HAND MADE CUS
TOM WORK BOOTS, PRINCE
AD HERTS. CONGRESS
GAITERS, JERSEY
TIES,
With a full line of SLIPPERS, n specialty
.Jl.?0!1..'."! tl,t "Pl'ortunlty whenever pre.
nXZ ?lhl ?" ,KY'K 0M ""licited to exam
nnliie their (me stock ol goods. o IS-ct.
NOTICE.
Cairo, III., May ID, 1872.
We, the undersigned barbers, in tho
city of Cairo hereby mutually agree aud
plcdgo oursolvcs that on and after Sun
day, June 2d, 1872, we will keep our
Bakuer Shops closed on Sunday
during the entire day, and will not
do any barbcring business of whatever
kind or description on that day.
A..0!.C;t K.TN,
Mr. Vihson, lu., April II, ls72.
Editor Cairo llullttin;
lltiu fcia I'lta.e to announce me as a candl
naie mr Liera or (lie t-upremo Court, Southern
Orand DivUI in of Illinois. The new constitution
providts that the Clevka ol the fiu
anau nereaner im elected at the November elec-
tiou, instead of the June election as herelore.
Vim .1. .... .
... .utt..uf o, iiiu iiresent incumbenta are
to be elected tlila coming fall, hut will nut qualify
mu... 1 1 1 v nrrui term expire in 1673.
Ucepectfully,
B. A. I). AV1LDANK8.
A Social Party and danco will bo
givca ut tho house of Mrs. Allen, on 10th
street, between Poplar and Commercial
avenue, on Saturday night, May 18. This
hall is for the bonetlt r
deserving widow, who has lost
all the had by fire. All should
take a ticket and attend the party. Tick.
tu only bO cents, 2t
Proprietors.
F. Theobold,
W. Alba,
A. Ejchbach,
G Ruinntng,
U. Schick,
J. Geo. Stolnbouse,
Wm. Schick,
D. Lamport,
John Bedford,
Edward Braxton,
Wm. Curtis.
Workmen.
Georgo Wise,
Robert Munroo
C. Alba,
R. Lufiel,
Gust. Hein,
F. Sticher,
Robert Bedford,
Charles Anderson
Jelf. Brown,
Davu Tvlor.
dim.
Grand plc-nic of tho Cairo Turners, at
lort Jefferson, Kentucky, on Ptingit-Sun
day, May 19th, 1872. Tho forry boat
engaged for tho occasion and will lcav
tho foot of Sixth streot at precisely 8
a.m. ntiu 1 p.m. Speeches, scliau-turnon
singing, "national plays, music, dancing
etc. etc. Edward Rummc), of Springflold
Secretary of Stato, and Carl Zuckriegel
Esq., of Owcnsboro, Ky., aro invltod and
willbothoorators of tho dav. Refreshments
in abundance Tickots CO cents for tho
round trip. A good tlmo is anticipated
as everything possible will bo dono to
mako it a joyful occasion. Corao one,
como all.
Carl L Thomas,
Louis Herbert,
Ed. Buder,
Wm. Alija,
Committee of Atrangements.
THE BISMARCK IMOTHEIIIIOOD,
Last Call. I wi'l commence the pub
lication of the delinquent list of state and
county and city taxos tho 25th, iust. After
that date costs will bo charged.
Alex. U. Irvin,
dtd. Sheriff and Collector,
The Metropolis Times says: "Cairo-
ites, as picnicists, aro a success. We look
for them up our way on soino of their ex
cursions and will Insure tbem tho pleas
antest grounds they have found In all thei
perambulations."
Pfinqst-Sunday is a day on which ev
ery Gorman wants to onjoy himself, and
thoso in his company. The Turners havo
selected this day for their picnic at Fort
Jefferson, Ky. Immense preparations are
mado to make it a splendid aflair. See
advertisement.
A NEW PLAN IN LIFE INSURANCE,
Tho Tcutonia Lifo Insurunco company
of Chicago, in counection with tho Bis
mark Brothorhood, offers extraordinary
inducements to all who may desire to in
suro cither lifo or health, or both together
Tho premiums aro so graded as to meet
tho wants of all classos, whether rich or
poor, tho insured having tho cliolco to
pay ma premiums yearly, quarterly,
monthly or weekly.
A paymont of CO cents per week will
secure to tno insured ten dollars por
weok, In tho ovent of sickness, and to his
lawful roprosonUtlvo $1,000 in the ovent
of death. A payment of 38 cents per
week secures to the insured tho S10 week
ly allowance, and tho sum of $T00 in tho
event of death. Thus, it is scon, that a
very trifling sum, an amount that can bo
paid by tho poorest in our midst, will se-
uro exemption from want, in the ovent of
sickness, and provision for tho loved ones,
n tho event the insurod should dio. We
scarcely need commend to tho patronage
of our people an organization that is cal
culated to roiiovo so mucn distress to
bring a competence where, otherwise,
ttioru would bo suffering and want.
For further particulars apply to Carl
L. Thomas General airont of the Teutonia
Life Insurance company and Bismark
Brotherhood. 6-1 0-4 1.
Mu.Geokqh: Corlis is a .candidate for
Mayor of Metropolis. Wo aro for Corlis
enthusiastically; and if he will come
down here to Cairo wo will advocato him
as tho succossor of Lansden. He is too
good a man for mayor of Metropolis. His
proper field Is Cairo.
Thomas Wilson has correct Informa
tion on tho position of tho Democrats of
Cairo, and told the truth, tho whole truth
and nothing but the truth when he in
formed Morgan, of the Shawneetown
'Gazette' that tho Democracy of Cairo
a unit for Greeley and Brown,
The New Alhany, Indiana, corre
spondent of tho Louisville ' Courior-Jour-nal
says tho Albany '"Standard is in
formed by a gentleman who carao on tho
steamer C. B. Church from Now Orloans
to Cairo, that Georgo II. Knapp, tho do
faulting postmaster at Paoli, Ind., camo
up on tho boat, and got off at Cairo. It
is supposed that ho.is lurking somewhere
in Egypt."
Tiik Parlor Concert, ut tbo residonco
of Mr. W. W. Thornton, on Thursday
night, was largely attended, and tho man
ner in which tho programme was tilled
olicited warm commendations from tho
company. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton wel
corned every ono in so kindly a manner
that each of tbo company felt really "at
homo."
All we said yosteday in praiso of
tho Delraonico we intended for tho St
Nicholas hotol, and wo beg pardon all
around. Horace Greeley was running in
our head liko a race-horse, and the mistake
happened becauso wo couldn't help it,
St. Nicholas is going for tho laurels' of the
Del m on Ico, and is going to cap all tho ho-
tols in town so the proprietors say, nnd
they ought to know.
Tiik Determination of the Barbers
to closo thoir shops on Sundays is a wiso
one, and proves that tho efforts of The
Bulletin, in tho religious Hold, havo
not been all in vain. Tho barbers aro all
readers of The Bulletin, and from its
columns they absorbed tho lessons which
have induced them to remember tho Sab
bath to keep it holy, or at all events to not
work on that day. Having led our friends
of the glittering blado and razor strap
thus far in tho direction of tho better life,
wo shall now attempt tho labor of bring
ing thorn within tho religious fold. Wo
approach tho task with some misgivings,
but nothing is impossible to the zealous,
and wo hope and expect to succeed.
The Turners will celebrate the 19th,
(noxt Sunday) by a pleasant picnic at
Fort Jefferson, Tho ferry boat will mako
two trips, and it is expected that nearly
ovorybody in tho city will avail themselves
f this opportunity to spend a pleasant
day in tho country. Refreshments will bo
on the ground in bountiful supplies, mu
sic will enliven tho occasion and it may
bo set down as a fixed fact that there will
be a rousing good time. Tho affair is un
der the management of gentlemen who
have;nad much experience in such matteri
and we are confident it will past on pleas
antly and to the satisfaction of every
body.
Tho meeting last night was a sponta
neous demonstration in favor of tho Lib
eral convention of Cincinnati, its platform
and candidates.
At an early hour tho Atheneum was
crowded hy tho Domocrats and Llboral
Republicans of tho city, and u spirit of
earnestness and enthusiasm was exhibited
that spoke well for the futuro of tho Lib
eral causo.
A hugo bonfire in front of tho
building, tho music of tho
Sllvo Cornet Band and tho largo and rest
less crowd called back to us tho recollec
tion of the presidential cumpaigns of tho
past, but tho greator onthusiusm ol tho pco
plo convinced us that the good causo will
this tlmo prevail and not as for years
heretofore go down in defeat.
Dr. Arter called tho mcotiug to order,
and nominated Hon. Wm. J. Allen, tho
lavorito son of Democratic Egypt, for
chairman. Tho question was carried by u
unanimous "yes," and the honorable gen
tleman was groctcd with cheers as lio ap
peared upon tno plutform.
Taking tho chair, Judgo Allen made a
brief but vory forcible speech, in which ho
reviewed tho present condition of parties,
and declared his belief that tho best thing
to be duno undor tho circumstances was to
accept tho Cincinnati convention and Its
platform and candidates. Wo cannot at
this lato hour givo oven u synopsis of tho
Judge's portinontnnd eloquent remarks
Aftor Judgo Allen had concluded his
speech tho organization of the meeting
was completed by tho election of tho fol
lowing officers:
SECRETARIES.
M. B. Hnrrell and John Antrim.
VICE PRESIDENTS.
First Wnrd:-John T Rcnnie, P. G
Scbuh and Hon. W. U. Greon.
Second Ward : Jno. U. Mulkey, E. T
Davis, Chas. Fuuchter and Rev T. j.
Shorts.
Third AVard : Dr. B. 0. Tuber, Jno
Q. Harman and A. G. Holdcn.
Fourth Ward: Hon. D. J. Bakor, W,
W. Thornton and John Cuhill.
On motion of Mr. A. Comities Col. E.
M. Lowe and Capt. Hambloton, of l'ulas
ki county, wore added to tho list of Vice
Presidents.
Judge Wcldon, of Louisiana and J. B.
Jones, of Randolph Co., being present,
were invited to tako a seat on tbo stand.
On motion of Col. Taylor a committee
of five was named by tho chair to report
resolutions expressive of the senso of tho
meeting.
Tho following gontlcmen wero named
as that committee: VJol. a. o. lay lor,
John U. Oberly, B. S. Harrell, Henry
Winter and N. L. Wickwiro.
Judge Allen tnen introduced to tho
meeting Mr. J. Blackburn Jones, of
Sparta, who mado a flrst-rato speech which
was applauded to the echo. Mr. Jones
spoko frcrn the Liberal Republican stand
point, and covered tho ground very effect
ually. Wo cannot give a report of his
speech this morning.
The committee on resolutions through
J. II. Oberly their secretury, made the
following report which was unanimously
adopted:
Resolved hy tho Democrats and Liber
al Republicans of Cairo, in mass meeting
assembled, that, in our opinion thtichunges
in tno naturo arm constitution ot the gov
ernment, which have taken placo during
and since the lato war, and tbo danuers
that now threaten tho best interests ot tho
poople, mako it tho patriotic duty of ull
doctors, wbatover their previous tmrtv af-
nuaiions, 10 unite in political lullowanip
to advocato tho sacredness of limited and
localized governments, to restrain tho ex
orcisu by Congrcss.of absoluto and general
powers, to pievont the growth of vast cor
porations, to demand reform in tho civil
service, and to use all possible endeavors
to secure universal amnesty und thus re
unite the North and South ir. the bonds o
a union based upon utility und not alone
upon tno power ot tuo uuyouet.
Resolved, That tho recent declaration
of political principles of tho Cincinnati
convention meets with our lioarty upproval;
wo beliovuall patriotic citizons may unite
on that piatiorm lor tuo purpose ot resto
ring an honest udminstration of national
affairs and onforcint; tho obliirut'onB of
the constitutions; we recognize in the can
didates or that convention, noraco Urec
ley and B. Gratz Brown, putriots and
ablo men who will provo truo to all its
promises, and wnose udminstrution of the
government, carried on iu accordance
with its declaration of principles would
confer great and pormutnent blccsings
upon tne ropuuue.
Resolved, by tiie Democrats in this
meetliiL' assembled, That in our opinion
tho National Democratic Convention,
called to meet at Baltimore in July noxt,
suouiu, ior many anu otivious reasons, re
iiiso to acccao to tno uomiuius oi design
ing politicians to piaco in nomination n
Democratic ticket, and that sound Policv.
patriotic duty, and cood faith, all de
mand mat tuo democratic party siiou d
support tho candidates of tho Cincinnati
Convention.
Tho last resolution was adopted amid
tumultuous applause and loud cheers.
Judgo Woldon responded to culls ol tho
audionco, and entertained tho audience
with something of his experience and
observation as n resident of tho South.
Ho spoke encouragingly of tho prospects
of Greeley and Brown, expressing tho be
lief that tho South will do even more than
is expected of her.
Dr. Tnbor arose at tho conclusion of Mr,
Welton's rornarks and mado a short but
vory effectivo speech.
Thn Doctor was followed by Col, Lowo,
of Pulaski, who declared his adhesion to
tho Llboral rauso.
Mr. Wobb then briefly and oloqently
discussed tho Issues of tho pending cany ass,
and was followed by Mr. Oberly.
Loud crios brought Capt. Uamblnton to
the front, and his rornarks brought down
the house,
' The meeting then adjourned with throe
rousing cheers for Greeley,
Ed. Bulletin : Tho mixed stonoh In
a certain portion of Poptar street, botwooa
Nineteenth and Twontieth streets, Is In
sufferable, In consequence of the heaps
of rotten garbago thrown out In front of
tho premlsos occupiod by ono of tho store
keepers In that locality, and tho number
of hogs rooting and wallowing In this ac
cumulation r fllth nnd wator. Tho odors
of nn oil rollnory and skunk combined aro
delicious and healthful In comparison. A
conslablo lives within 'a stono's throw of
this nuisance, hut no notico is taken thero
of. Will you plcaso give it an nlrlng in
The Bulletin 7 Whcro is tho Mayor 7
Where Is Myers? Lastly, whcro is tho
Board of Health, if there is any ?
Many Citizens.
MASSAC COMING.
The Greeley Wave Rollino Alono
Democrats for the Man or the
Little Old Hat.
HiTRopoLtf, Ma'MC Cocstv, May 10, If 72.
Editor Bulletin : Tho Greeley wave
Is gradually rolling over Mussao county.
Yesterday I saw two old Jackson Demo
crats shaking hands. They had. voted to
gether from "J8 to 'CO. Ono then voted for
Breckinridge nnd tho other for Lincoln.
For twelve years they havo been apart po
litically. Yesterday thoy shook hands and
pledged. thomsolvcs for Grcolcy. I havo
lived for thirty-seven years in what is now
Massac county, and know nearly all tho
votors, nnd 1 havo only seen a single
Domocrat who Is not for Greeley, und
ho was n Republican all his lifo till 18UC,
when he camo over with Andy Johnson
Some Republicans aro publicly for Grce
joy at ull hazards ; a great many say wo
will wait, and if you Democrats don't
makonny nomination, wo are for Greeley
Of courso the Democratic party Is too
honest and manly to deceive tho Liberal
Republicans, and too smart to tlccclvo
themselves by making a nomination.
Jackson,
I From tho Shawnectown (Jareite, 16th.
An old lino democrat, ono who lnvcs
his partv, and doei not propose to desert
until lifts eleventh hour, inquired nf a
Grant radical If ho know how Hon. W. J.
Allen stood, "Yes," ho replied, " ho is
opposed to Greeley and in favor of a
straight out democratic ticket." Wo
havo tho most positivo assurnnco that this
is not truo, but that Judo Allen is a
strong supporter ef urcclcy, and opposed
to a nomination at iiaitimore.
Tho Judge Is, as usual, right sido up
with care. He is opposed to the folly o
nominating any body but Greeley at Bal
timorc, and will uso all his influence to
prevent such a (stroke of disastrous policy
Judge Allen sometimes makes haste slow
ly boing desirous to be certain that bo
right boforo ho goes ahead, but nearly
always arrives at correct conclusions iu
political as well as other mutters, and of
courso, is tlicreforo n supporter ot the
Liberal candidates an ardent Greeley
and Brown man.
DOLLEY VARDEN ICE CREAM
DELIGHTFUL, delicate, exellent, fa
MOUH.
TAt Oeorge Rolling's Ico Cream nnd Con
fectionary Saloon, between Seventeenth
and Eighteenth Streets, Commercial
Avenuo.
George is not only an elegant, pleasing
and amusing barber and tasty hair cutter,
but also a shining star in the Ico Cream
nnd Confectionary lino. His luxurious
Strawberries will cure rheumatism within
tnenty-four hours, nnd his Lemonade will
cool down tho hottest Grant man In the
country. His Cigars aro delicious, pure
Havana and branded II. G., which stands
for Horaco Grouioy.
Go all and patronlzo George. 6-18--U
New and fashiouablc Hats and Bonnets
just received by Mrs. Anna Lang on
Eighth street. Ribbons, Lace, Dolly
Vardens, Trimming;, Velvets, fancy ar
ticles of all varieties fresh and now.
Ladies call and examine our sto,ck be
fore purchasing elsewhere. Wo consider
it a pleasure to show goods whether you
purchase or not. Everything is now and
of tho latest styles, to bo sold very low.
S-Stf.
Pat F itzgoratd, of tho samplo room
has received tho appointment of agent for
tho salo of tho Iliimmondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wine Company's wines in this city
If tho bottlo witli which wo lnivu been
favored is a samplo of tho quality of
thoso wines, then wo are prepared to say
thut they are umont: tho beat we have evur
tasted, llo lias just received a large con
signmont, which ho is proparcd to sell at
tiie lowest Ugurcs. llo has also on hand u
largo and completo stock of tho various
brands ol lrieh, bcotcu nnd American
whiskies, and wines of ovcry variety.
nliMtf
The Horse and his Rider. It was a
happy day for horso and his rider when
the Mustang Liniment was introduced as
a cure for tho external injuries and dis
eases of both. In tho stable, tho barn,
and tho household this wonderful emolli
ent is equally tjsful. If a horso is spav
ined, or foundered, or harness-gulled, or
afllicted with any other of tho many sup-
crilcial ills thut equina llesli is heir to, tho
Liniment effects a permanent cure, nnd it
is equally efficacious when applied to
draught oxon or cows suffering from out
ward swellings, strains, or hurts of any
description. Asnn application for bruises,
burns, cuts, rhouniatisin, stiff joints, neu
ralgia, sprains, earacho and tootliacho, it
takes prcccdcnco for all othor topical rem
edies, nnd is thoroforo nn article of prime
necessity in families. 6-lGoodifcwlw.
THE LITTLE KENTUOKIAN,
No. C3 Ohio levee, is the place whore
thoy keep tho freshest llsh and gamo, and
tho finest wines, liquors und cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinner only twonty
llvo conts. Open day and right, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
3-ltf.
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
With lt itlooiuy MttnudiiiilM, low ansr
ilopremlun, Involuntary rniliwfoii.
lauaf awiiieii, MUeriiiMorrhipH, oaa oi
power, dlaiy In ml. low. or nirmory,
and ibrrnteuMl linprleiire nnd Imb't!
clllts, aada lover1im cure in imiiii.
Tweiiay-nM. kiuh " n iin.m valun
ble mild nd untent i.urntivei they lriku
undo at thn ronia ol themttttr tonn un t i. ya
tern, arreat thndl.chargea, ond inin rl vKornd
unersy, lllo nnd vilallt) to t'i"cnliir man. Tney
have cured thouuanda of on n, Price, go ni
'aukageaol flfehoxe. and a large SI vial, whlah
la very Important iu ohatinate or old caaea. or si
peralnglr Imx. Hold hy all driliji'ta, aaj aent
hy mail on tauelpt ol price, Ad lrJ "'i!ni'rF!
(Specific Homeopathic Medloloa Oo-. toi Broad
way, F. Y. P. ,
auglMsowswly Aat. Cairo, lilmela
SELECT COUNCIL.
Ri-gnlar meeting of the Helecl Council.
OOOKCIL CHtHBII, I
Cairo, 111., May IS, 1172. f
No quorum. Adjourned.
M. J. Howley, City Olork.
llegular meeting of the Belect Council.
Council Chamber. I
Cairo, III,, May IS, lS71.f
Prcsont Ills Honor Mayor, Lansden.
nnd Councllmcn Hurd, Scbuh and Tay
lor 4.
On motion of Councilman Schub, tho
reading of tho journal was dispensed
with.
SILLS.
Tho following bills having been allowed
by tho board of aldermen were presented
for concurrence, viz:
Cairo City Bindery, asscsior'i
book und assessor's blanks (32 00
Jno. II. Oberly & Co., publishing
council proceedings in .March
nnd April, for blanks nnd ad
vertising sua oo
Jno. 11. Oberly & Co., printing
uonus iihu Humouring uouua auu
coupons tlG SO
0. Lame, filing 14 saws 0 CO
t , il. Ward, coal furnished Julia
isnttoti, colored, per order or
mayor 4 SO
U. illotns, groceries furnished
same 6 00
John M. Lansden. cash paid Jos.
Iiohmos to haul small-pox pa
tient to hospital, on May 3rd... 4 00
John M. Lansden, cash paid Jos.
Lchmcs for hauling small-pox
patient tu hospital on May Mil. 2 00
N. A. Dovoro, 1CJ days on side
walks, in April 49 SO
P. Conlan, 20 J dxva on sidewalks
in April ". 61 00
Thos. Fitzgerald 25J days on side
walks, in April oi
M. Jenkins, 17 days on side
walks, in April S2 CO
A. King, 17) days on sidewalks
in April.. 15 00
Thos. Jones, 17 J days on side-
walks, in April 35 00
Wm. McIIalc, -1 days on streets
in April 48 00
Frank Bcmis, l'J days on streets
in April 33 00
Dan'l McCarthy, 10 days on
streets in April 32 00
M. Mahonoy, G days on streets in
April....... I. 12 00
Jno. Gladnoy, hauliug 12J dray
loads lumber C3 CO
Jno. Uladnoy, hauling 2 carloads
lumber
Thos. Sullivan, hauling 6 dray
loads lumber -
C. Lame, 20 days as supt. of side
walks O. R. Woodward, 0 kegs nails...
Cairo City Gas Company, gas
used in street lamps In April...
E. A. Burnett, April salary as
comptroller
A. Cain. April salary as marshal
Jos. B. Taylor, April salary as
treasurer 100 00
31. J. Howiuv, April salary as
clerk 100 00
L. II. Murt, April sulary as chief
of police 83 33
H. T. Martin, R. F. Billingsly, C.
Mehner, J as. Cuinii, Phillip
Ileim and W. II. Robertson,
polico constables, each 75 00
Phillip Helm, salary as polico'
conitnblo for last ol March 00 00
B. Shauneisy, April salary as
police magistrate 2G 00
T. B. Furrin, 3212 feet lumber
(,S16 d M 51 39
Carl Peters, work on Ull 4 00
Carl l'uters, repairing 0 wheel
barrows -
Dr. W. R. Smith, vaccinating
8 persons
Jno. McNulty, hauling drunken
man to jail
Thos. Boyle, hauling 11 loads
brickbats to Cth street and 8
loads to flth street, f! 7C cts.
Jno. McEwen, repairing plaster
ing on jail...... 11 75
Wm. Bauman, making survey on
Washington avenue and Syca
more street, and on Walnut to
ascertulu best placo Tor drain
ago, and for 3 assistants -
John Cahill, for filling on Wash
ington avenuo, north of levee,
2C0 cu. yds. at 23$ cts.; south of
levee 302 cu. yds., at 23 cts;
and 420 cu. yds. at 48 cts.,
Jno. Q. Harman, circuit clerk,
sheriffs and clerk'a fees in cer
tain case in tho circuit court
wherein judgment was rendered
uguinst the city 04 35
Jno. Q. Harman, for complete
transcript, of record for su
premo court in case of Phillip
McDonald vs. the city of Cairo.
Wm. Bauman, directing the ex
tension and improvement of
Sycamoro street and Waihing
ton avenue
Jno. AV.Struuhal, assisting above.
Wm. Bone, "
G. W. McKcaie, amount paid
city collector at tax salo for
ieU9, for certain lots not taxa
bio 32 42
Wm. Mcllalo, jailor, for dieting
prisoners in April 171 CO
Councilman Hurd moved to allow said
bills.
Councilman Schuch moved to amend by
allowing all said bills except that of Offi
cer Robinson, It being understood that
that officer is delinquent to tho city on ac
count of certain executions not roturjd.
Carried by tho following vote: Ayes
Hurd, Scliuh and Taylor 3. Nay 0.
On motion o( Councilman Hurd, ad
journed. 31. J. Howley, City Clerk.
10 00
3 00
67 CO
34 CO
287 00
75 00
70 00
3 50
4 00
00
14 20
19 00
340 42
11 50
$5 00
2 CO
2 00
For all tho popular warm weather
beverages, go to tho Thalia saloon, cornor
of 12th street and Washington avenue.
0-3dlm.
WHO CAN RESIST THE OFFER. Tho
Continental Life Iusuranco Company of
Now York Issuo Lifo Policies for $1,000
on any ago botweon 10 and 24, for 0 cents
a day. W. F. Pitcher,
Gen'l. Agt. for Southern Ills.,
5-121m. Cairo.
Extraordinary Phenomenon. Cin
cinnati, St. Louis and Milwaukee Bock
Beer drawn from tho same keg at tho
Thalia saloon opposite Tin Bulletin
office. Milk punches cobblors and mint
julops skillfully compounded according to
tho most generally approved formula.
Swan & Co.,
dealers in
Oroide aud Milton Compound
Jowelry,
Cutlory, Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, 4
83 Ohio Lovoc,
4-231m. Cairo, Illinois,
ICE I ICE 1 1 ICE 1 1 1
From Wednesday May 1st, tho 1(1
wagon will canvass the city, to continue
during tho summer months. None but
pure northern lake ice will be delivered,
Qtjbk, Looms, 6 Oo.

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