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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1830.
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.mart .no niT.. w - " jx6T POOHK.
Aa order irood lor 1. tr applied on ny tylp
trat-elaa MenrtleMliou IMano. W ill be aold low.
1 AaplJ ! oltlce.
BOA K I) E US WASTED.
llr ! .1 Hvrue ran aecommoilale a few l.v
fcoJer. lo board and room for two. L ,rl"'.v,'-v
lorn. Applv at her house ocst to th Catholic
church u frtahiugmu avenue.
yy II. MARFAN, M. D,
Homeopatbic Pliysioiau and Snrjeon.
0c ! l.o amerclal avenue. Keldeuc i corner
Foaru-enth St. nd Wanhluirton avenue, (alro.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omoa No. 134 Commercial Avenue, between
R. W. C. JOCELYN.
OKFlCE-Eiahth Street, near Ooiumeniat Avenue.
1J1 HOMAS LEWIS.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OPPk'5: With the Widow and Oorpuans' Mu
sal Aid hocletf.
T. J. O'LoCGUUS.
A C. IKSM.
Q'LOUbHLIN it DENNIS,
Flour of all tirade.s, Selected Teas,
Pure Coffees and Spices,
Clioice Syrups and Molasses, Foreign
and Domestic Fruits, Canned
Fruits in Variety, Glassware, Queens-
a,lt, llIIMiiir, hibcivav.
Cijars,Wiiies,Liquors. Farmers Supplies
HPOU nud examine onr Mock. .oodn lhl.l
F.KXO l'KOMJ'TLY unit MtfcHol
Cor. Twentieth Street, North Side Poplar.
YOCUM it BttODEWUK,
STAPLE a ndFAKOY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
rJlIIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. IIAI.LIDAY, PreMlilitnt.
H. I.. UAI.l.IOAY, Vice-President.
J. 1J. SMITH. Actiiiit Cannier.
. aiMlTH TiTIiOtt. W. P, HA1.1.1DAV,
HENRY L. HA1J.IDVT, K. II. CI'NNINIHIAX.
. D. Wn.l.UMHON, HTKPUKN Hlllll,
H. II. CANUKK.
Kxehanffe, Coin aud United States Bonds
BOl'UHT AND SOLD.
Dopaitre.ct'lved and a general luuikiiiK bunnies
A LEXANDER COUNTY BANK.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F Biiokh, lVeiilcli'iii.
P. Surf, Vici- I'n-idi ijt.
II. Wei.i.h. Caviller.
T. J . Ki.ktii, Actf tuut t nxliii-r.
F. Bro-n. Culnj; Wlllimii Klui'e. Cairo-
Peter Neff. Cairo-. Wlllium Woll. Culm; '
C. M. OMerloli. Cairo; R. I,. Ililliii.l v.st. i.ouU;
. Kudcr, Cairo; .1. Y. Clempiim.' Cnli-ilimlu;
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j I'm havinea Urpirtiurnt olli-i linn- muiiu
aud all liHfiucioi promptlv Htti-mli-d to,
ALL SORTS, SIZES AM) STYLES.
Maiiulaetiirer of and Waaler In.VUo
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
will cive a sociable at the residence of Mr.
Vim. Stratton, Thursday. March 18th. A
cordial invitation is extended to every one.
At Washington hall on Easter Monday.
General repairing of carnages and bug
gies. Go to John Major, Tenth street, Cairo,
WARNING TO SALOON KEEPERS.
I hereby notify all saloon keepers not to
give or sell to my wife, Mrs. Owens, any
intoxicating drink of whatever character.
Any saloon keeper disobeying this notice
will be prosecuted to the full extent of the
law. Ueouof. Axdeusox Owens.
C i linings'.
Jno. Rees' new bakery, on Eighth street,
in headquarters for fresh baked Boston
Brown Bread and all the different kinds of
cakes and Graham Breap; also wheat and
rye bread. His shelves lire supplied with
candies and confectioneries of all kinds.
Prices low. Salesroom opposite J. Walter's
COAL! COAL ! !
I am prepared to furnish the citizens of
Cairo with a good quality oi coal at the
lowest rates. Upon leaving orders at the
coi ner of Tenth and Commercial, it will be
delivered to any part of the city.
All persons holding books belonging to
the Cairo Public Library are requested to
return them on Saturday March !?0t!i, to the
library, and no books will lie giveH out ou
that clay and for a short period after, until
tlie books in the library have been re
marked, re-arranged, etc,, and the cata
logue verified. By order of the board of
trustees of the W. C. and L. A.
Mrs. II. H Candee, Sec'y.
At A. Halley's on Commercial avenue op
posite Seventh street. The largest and
finest stock to be found in the cily. Tin
and hollowware of all kinds. Fine cut
lery, bird cages, umnuiiiition, elc. A new
supply of the Bissell carpet sweepers.
Garden and farm implements. Hardware
of all kinds. Cooking stoves, the best in
the market. Examine his stock and prices
before you buy.
Mr. John Major bus now on hand a
lunje lot of farm and spring wagons, log
vai;on, one horse, two horse and sulky
plows, Tessiers best, and double nud single
harrows. New mid second hand buggies
very cheap for cash or approved paper. Go
and see them.
Mr. John Major is prepared tt lurnish
all kinds of new wagons and buggies on
credit, on Approved paper or very low for
Haste ii Cards
Note Heads as low ns$:J per 1,0110.
Letter Heads as low us $:i 7 per
Imperial Rill Heads as low as $2 per
Bills Luding us low as fiU per 1,000.
Envelops and printing iji'J ."ill to $1 00
At The Bi i.i.ktin iob olhYe.
WoitKiNiiMkN.-Before you begin heavy
spring work ul'ter a winter of relaxation,
your system needs cleansing and strength
ening to prevent an attack of ague, bilious
or s)i ing fever, or some other spring sick
ness that will unlit you for u season's work.
ion will sav time, much sickness great
expense if will use one bottle ol
Hop Bitters iu your family this Aionth.
Don't wait. Burlington Hawkeve.
A Ni'.w Mnihin in MuMciNH. By this
new method every sick person cati'get a
pur-.kfigH of the dry vcm table coiuiiound.
Kidney-Wort, and prepare for themselves
six quarts ol medicine. It is a sneeilh
euro for kidney diseases, liver complaint,
const ipat nm and piles, and it grand tome
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Mr. Wm. Wolf, who has been ill for
several days, as at his post of duty again.
1). T. Linogar, Esq., 1h abseLt from
the city. Having left lor Ottawa yesterday
Ike Wilson, colored, was yesterday ar
rested for drunkenness and lined one dol
lar aud costs. Squire Comings assessed the
The burning of a Hue of one of the
frame buildings on Tenth street, between
Walnut and Washington, accasioned the
tire alarm Sunday morning.
Mr. Wm. Holdeu, of Hodges' Park,
writes us that he has just shipped a hog
that weighed four hundred and ninety
pounds and asks '"How is that for pork?"
Squire Osborn, who has been quitej ill
for several weeks, yesterday paid his office
the first visit since his illness. He is yet
quite feeble, but hopes soon to recover his
usual good health.
A jury was yesterday obtained in the
Nott case, but owing to the fact that the at
torneys iu the case had important business
in another city, Judge Yocum postponed
the trial until next Friday.
Unless all rumors are false, the Illinois
Central railroad proposes to put in a line of
steamers and barges from Cairo to New
Orleaus to assist in the immense freight
traffic of that road to southern points.
The 15 puzzle is no puzzle at all, or at
least is not near so great a one as that
which is now puzzling smokers "How so
tine a cigar as the 'Faultless' can be made
and sold for live cents." Smokers all buy
of F. Korsmyer. Ohio Levee, earner Sixth
Thirty reams of white and colored
sized paper for full sheet, quarter sheet,
half sheet and other sizes of posters and
programmes, were yesterday- received at
The Bii.i.etin job office.
The attorneys for Mr. E. F. Davis
having received permission to argue the
matter of a writ of habeas corpus before
the supreme court, Mr. Davis, in charge of
Deputy Sheriff Olmsted, yesterday left for
Ottawa, where the court is now in. session.
Tobacco sales Salurday.ut the Farmer's
Tobicco warehouse, were twenty-one hogs
heads, as follows: One hogshead, trash.
$'J 73; Five bogheads, lugs, 3 40. U 70,
a 40, 3 70, 4 00; Fifteen hogsheads, com
mon to medium leaf, $0 00, 5 DO, 5 00.
0 03, 5 30, 4 50, 5 50, 0 20, 4 85, G 150,
3 HO, 4 90, 0 50, 7 00, 7 50.
The Massac Journal learns from a gen
tleman who has inspected the hull of the new
steamer, now being built at New Albany,
to take the placeof the Fik, that the work is
progressing rapidly, and that the new boat
promises to be all that could be desired in
the way of a commodious ami elegant
freight aud passenger packet.
Nine hundred pounds of flat writing
paper to bo ruled into note heads, bill
heads, letter heads, bilis lading, etc., were
yesterday received at The Bi i.i.ktin job of
fice. The other day Squire Osborn was
agreeably surprised by the receipt of a let
ter I rout Mr. Chas. Monroe, of Helderal,
Mich., who is his half brother and from
whom he has not heard forty years, and of
whose whereabouts he was ignorant. Mr.
Monroe, is an aged gentleman of means,
and will probably soon pay this city a
We are glad to be able to announce an
improvement in the condition of Mr. C.
Hanny, who was actually reported dead
yesterday morning. But while he is better,
he is yet too ill to receive visitors ami will,
for the present, not be apt to receive many,
since Dr. Dunning informs us that he
carries the keys for the trout and back
doors in his pants pockets.
Mr. W. II. Knowles, special ajent of
the Equitable Life Assurance Society, did
not have a very pleasant experience in
Cairo Within three days after his arrival
he was stricken with a fever, ami lay for
ten days, until last Sunday afternoon, when
his frieuds placed him in the sleeping car
and sent him home to be nursed back to
health. He hopes to return to Cairo in
about ten days and finish the business that
called him to this city.
A German named Free, or "zoniding
like tint," living in Mound City, was deter
mined to gain the b-netits of the Cairo cut
tle market. He had a fine cow from which
he concluded to part at a fair nionev con
sideration, an. I finding all other routes to
this city in some way obstructed, he decided
to bring the beast, to town by river. He
tied the animal to the stern of his skill' and
towed her down the river, landing her on
flight hundred full sheets of Bristol
card board to be cut into business cards,
tickets, visiting cards, etc., were yesterday
received atTiiK Bi i.i.ktin job office.
Mr. B. F. Blake has received a number
of very handsome chromos, of a J urge size,
which will shortly be distributed among the
faithful nud efficient honorary members
of the Arab Eire company, They
are very appropriate for the pur
pose, and we hear that not less than
t,venty-llve members will be hon
ored by each receiving one ol the chronios
with their uimes handsomely written or
printed in the enter.
Elsewhere on this page will be found
th" funeral notice of Mrs, Franzisku Koch,
wife of our esteemed fellow citizen, Mr.
C. Koch. Mrs. Koch died on Sunday last,
of Inflammation of the bowels, after nn ill
ness of about a week, and the remains will
be Interred at Villa Ridge to-day, She was
a lady who had many acquaintances and
warm friends iu this city, who esteemed
her highly for her many womanly virtues,
and who sympathize with Mr. Koch in the
loss of his devoted purtuer in life,
The phantom party to be given at Wash
ington hall on Easter Monday, will equal,
if not exceed, any like affair ever held in
the city. Persons having experience in the
business have its management in hand and
are leaving nothing undone that may con
tribute to the pleasure of all who may at
tend. Tickets are fifty cents, nnd may be
hail from A. O. DeBaun, II. Myers, M.
O'Donnal, G. O'Harn, Louis Herbert, Jno
Scheel, Elmer Comings, Harry Walker,
Juo. Koehler and Henry Hasenjager. No
persous without costumes will be permitted
to dance before 1 1 o'clock.
The ball in Turner's hall last night,
given for the benefit of Mr. John Hagey,
was a success in spite of the disagreeable
weather. The music, which was furnished
free ot charge by Prof. Eisenberg's string
band, was of the usual high order and de
served the praise it received from all
present. The st'pper which the ladies had
provided was sumptuous, hikI many were
the evidences that it bad been prepared
with much expense and care, nud by cun
ning , fingers. We have not learned the
amount of money that was cleared, but are
satisfied that it was a handsome little sum
as it should have been.
Our readers will remember the killing
of Hudson by George Simmons, in Ballard
county. Ky., as related in these columns last
week. We learn from the Paducah News
that Simmons has had a hearing before
Judge McConagill and that the accused
was discharged. When the judge made
the announcement that Simmons had
done the shooting in self de
fense, the large crowd of farmers who were
present at the trial cheered lustily. The
relatives of 'Hudson, however, showed
much dissatisfaction and said they would
have Simmons indicted at the next session
of the grand jury.
Metropolis Democrat : "There is now
no sort of question but what Hon. Thomas
W. Halliday is the favorite candidate for
congress in this district among Democrats.
We do not for a moment believe
that the fortunes ol the Democratic party
are wholly wrapped up in any siugle
individual, but do believe that Mr. Halli
day combines within himself a greater
number of requisites for the position than
any man before the party, and for our part
we shall work for hi nomination until the
nay ot tne convention. 10 nc sure. Mr.
Halliday is not figuring or triggering for
the nomination, but we feel morally certain
that if it is tendered linn in such a way
that he ses himself clearly the choice of
his party he will accept, and his acceptance
means a Democratic congressman just as
surely as the ides of November roll around."
Although the officers of the law have
been diligently at work trying to obtain a
clue as to who burglarized the residence of
Mr. Barney Crain on Saturday hist, not the
slightest clue has yet been obtained. It is
generally believed, however, that the man
or men who gained entrance to the
building were well acquainted with it.
They knew that entrance to the kitchen
could be obtained from under the house
by a trap door, and in making their escape
from the bidding by the back way, while
they were up stairs, they showed
an acquaintance with the various
rooms which is unlooked for in
strangers. The money, one hundred and
fifteen dollars, was procured without
ransacking the boost!, as a total stranger
would have been apt to do, and the visit
was well-timed, it having been made
during Mrs. Crane's absence.
Quite a large number of our promi
nent citizens, of all classes and politics
have spoken to us in very complimentary
terms concerning Mr. Chas. Lame, nnd the
possibility of inducing him to make the
race tor the office of police magistrate. We
believe that, if Mr. Lame desired
the office, he could he elected
by a flattering majority. He is an old and
respected citizen, personally known to every
man in the community, clear headed, with
sound sense and firm and independent
mind. As police magistrate he would mete
out exact justice to all. lie is a man who
has the e-teem and confHcnceof our people
and he would not abuse thnt confidence
by any unjust official net. When we say
that among all men, he would be tup. man
for the office, we believe we speak the mind
of two-thirds of ihe voters of Cairo, and
there can be no question us to his election,
The only question is, as to whether . or not
his friends can induce him to make the
race and accept so thankless an office.
Yesterday's weather caused some ap
prehension among the owners of fruit trees
aud the lovers of peaches, etc., as to the ef
fect it would have upon the coming crop.
It was feared that the sleet ami ice had
done much mischief in the orchards which
they had touched. But we believe that,
though there may have been much injury,
yet, it has not been so cxten
Hive nnd complete as some
scsm to believe. From parties up the
country who have means of knowing, we
learn that this weather can not kill the
buds even though they be in full bloom
Since while the temperature was at a freezing
poiutou'y hail fell which would protect,
The Best in the World !
When used according to Directions it produces the most
perfect hot breads, besides possessing all of those essential
qualities in which other powders are lacking.
CEO. E. OL-IAKA, Apothecary,
Sole Proprietor nnd Manufacturer, Cairo, Ills.
rather thau kill the heart of the bud. It
was only when the flower was filled and the
heart covered with water, which was after
wards transformed into ice that the results
would he fatal to the fruit. I Hence, we
may yet hope for a plentiful crop of delici
ous fruits of every description.
We some time igo mentioned the
presence of a personage in this city commuu
ly called Crazy Jimmy. Those who pretend
to know say that he is the identical man
who for a number of years has been an in
habitant of the county poor house,
and that three or four weeks ago
he escaped therefrom and has
been iu this city every since. But
wherever he may have couu. from is not
so much a matter of consequence as the
fact that he is here and should be gotten
rid of. He is an objectionable character,
crazy and full of lice, who lounges
ab ut upon the door steps of
our up town people, and should
have tlie iutmedidate attention of Dr.
Wood or our city marshal. He has annoy
ed the people of the upper partol the city
ever since he came to town, and, although,
the proper officers have been repeatedly no
tified of his presence, no steps have been
taken to rid the community ot him. The
people who are afllicted with his presence
are very indignant at the mditferencu the
authorities have exhibited in the matter,
and are by no means choice in their expres
sions of disgust for the men who are ap
parently neglecting their duty in perndttiug
the fellow to roam ut large.
, At noon Sunday last, after services
were over in Rick's C-.dored B iptist church,
the whole congregation tiled its way to the
stone depot wharf boat, to witness the bap
tism of right female an I four male be
lievers. ' Upon arriv.il at the river the
reverend gentleman, with a Uusirie-s-likr
air. donned a pair of rubber b.iots Tith
high shafts and proceeded to explore tlie
river while the congregation tilled the air
witii piaises of (! )d. as expressed in song.
Then the sisters and brothers, about a doz-'ii
iu number, were, on by ow. led into tin
river by Rev. Rii;ks and given a ducking.
To an irreligious mind the expression of the
women's countenances, as they wailed into
tlie cold water, wan amusing but especially
was' this so, as the cold water commenced
tickling their backs, and many were
the sinners who laughed outright. Of
course, the church know its business full
well an lit may be proper enough to save
the soul from a hot hell by giving the bodv
cold ducking, but to a man
up as lugn in me iree as we
are, the matter iooks innercntiy.
It is miraculous, indeed, it some of the wo
men did not contract a deadly cold from
the ducking and from their standing upon
the bank in dripping clothes until the cere
mony was over; and their death may be
only a matter of a tew days or weeks. This
being the case, it might have
been as well had the idea
, . . i,. ,. i , . it..
occuren to dev. licks, oi khuiiv re
leasing his hold upon the women in order
that they might gowithout much pain
and without the loss of time not only
straight to New Orleans, but also straight
to heaven with a straight record.
Died, at her residence. March 14th, Mrs.
Franziska. wife of C. Koch. The funeral
will leave the residence (between Fifth
nnd Sixth streets on Commercial avenue) at
o'clock p. iu.. for St. Patrick's church,
where services will be held over the re
mains. A special train will leave the foot
of Eighth street at J o'clock p. in., carrying
the remains to Villa Ridge for interment iu
the Catholic cemetery. Friends and ac
quaintances of the family are invited to at
Lewis Norman was born January the
15th, 1815. and died at Thebes, of typhoid
fever, March l'.'th, 18S0, aged (55 years, 1
month and 27 days.
Hence are we again admonished that we
must die, and the voice from the sacred
pages cries to us to prepare to meet our
God. Auikht KlTTI'.lt.
Thebes, March tilth, 1HS0.
THE THEATRE COMIQl'E.
The combination of stars ut the Comiqiie
this week presents unquestionably not only
the most entertaining show that was ever
offered on the boards in Cairo, but the best
twenty-five cent variety in America. It is a
remarkable fact that tlie very class of talent
which commands high salaries In metropol
itan theatres, where the schedule of rates
run as high ns one dollar admission is
found on Walker's stage, presenting un olio
and vaudeville equally us good for one
fourth the admission. The introduction of
such talent now is n experiment on the
part of the managers of the Comique, and
the patrons of that theatre should give
(hem all the cncouragoiueut they deserve.
Enterprise should be supported everywhere,
especially in theatrical management, where
it involves such au expensive outlay.
Walker will be sure to succeed. James
.McAvoyand the "Novelty Trio" lend addi
tional attractions to the already excellent
bill of last week. McAvoy is immense in
himself. The "Novelty Trio" are a rich
novelty. Their singing and acting are ad
mirable. Maurice tmd Ryan iu their inim
itable specialties cannot be beaten. Their
acting in injunction with Wheeler an 1
Creeland is worth double the price of ad
mission. They are only a portion of the
host of stars who urc billed for the week.
Taken till in all we do no hesitate to bet
that the best twenty-five cent show i:i
America is right here in Cairo.
THE ROCK PILE AGAIN.
I believe your "rock pile suggestion."
made some weeks ago and lately again re
vived, to be a most excellent one. A shed
should be built in the jail yard, beneath
which a large rock pile should be constant
ly kept and the breakers ot the laW should
be required to rum their board by being
employed upon it from 7 o'clock in the
morning until six in the evening.
As it at present is. they are
occasionally required to clean
the crosings, in wet weather, but lounge
about iu the jail at the expense of the city,
doing nothing most of the time. The idle
ness of these men is an encouragement t
crime, while it is an expense to the city.
Possibiy our city fathers desire to procure
gravel fur our streets, but e-en should this
be so, broken up rocks could be put to mom
excellent servic;. It is astounding to con
sider how few of the tiues that are as-cjaed
are collected, and the cause of it all is that
law breakers preter to lounge about iu jail
and be fed. than to work on the outside -and
earn money to pay rlieir tines. I agree I
with you. Mr. Editor, when vou said thnt
the calaboose should be stripped of somn
of its attractions. Mike .
IIOTKL ARM YAI.
AT TIIK IM.ANTIilts' HOUSr..
J. E. Marsh. St. Louis; C. K. McWii
liams, St. Loui: Pletis. Chapman, Vieum;
R. W. Lyon, Cincinnati: P. Ihvis, Tipton
ville, Tenn.; W. S. Dunn. Philadelphia ;
('has. Weber, St. Louis: C. II. Call, Uilin ;
Mrs. E. Powers, St. Loit; Miss Emma
Powers, St. LouU; Miss Maiy Powers. St.
Louis; F. M. Gill. St. Louis; Annie Wells
Grand Tower; Geo. H. Morton. Union
City, Tenn.; J. II. Cameron and wife,
Hampton. Ky.; Otis Cook, Columbus, Ky.:
J. C. Lupsoii, Milwaukee. Wis.; C. E.
Cline, Carboinlale; Chas. W. Besy, Balti
more: C. A. Philips, Louisville; G. Hoyt.
N. Y.: Mrs. Fannie Hart, Vinccntics; A.
Kimball, Metropolis; John St. Lcgcr; Don
goia; G. Y. Ackerson and wife. DeSoti,
Mo.;H. Phillips and wife, Madinsonville ;
W. Mofiits, Commerce; Mrs. Smith and
son, Essex. Mo.; A. J. liu-mcli. Evatisville;
.1. J. Ro,s. Flint, Mich.; A. C. Fiost, Flin'.
Dr. Pascal I, Fulton. Ky.: Mk Mary Pas
call. Fulton, Ky.: NUs Jennie puscall, Ful
Harpers Younu; People.
The evils ol Hi-iintiiiiinal lili-ralun- lurtln- uiiiii?
lire "I'll known, mill the hhuI "I ioi ,h 1 1 1 1 i t . tins
loiia been felt. Tul l ii.ll-d by HAKI'liU'f
ul'N(. I'Eori.K. a bi-uuillully Hln-united weekly
Journal, wlin li lniinlly devoid nf tlienbjerllniiabln
I'l'Hiiino of n.'iii'iitiniiiil juvenile lltrmlioe Hiil t'.ial
inoiiilMnjj tone nliii-h repel" I lie voullil'id reader
The Vo.umei" of tin' Vouni; 1'eopln beirlli wllli I lie
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