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CAIRO . Bt&Mlii-
Trcuri:r- It. F. Parker.
( lurk-J. II. PhllM.
oiiiiseltir Win. H. (iilbcrt,
Mrhal ('. I). ArtiT.
Attorney W. q. Mcttco.
' Police Matrlnrutc J. .1, Hlril.
HOAKD UK AUllamrX.
Find Ward-Octi. Vm:uiii. Wn. Ol'alliiluri.
Second Ward -Wood Ulitunbtme. II. Thlllo
v.oi.d. Third Ward-W. P. Wrlirht. .Iihn Wood.
Fourth Ward -J 'harli O, Palir, I). J- Foley.
Flilh Ward-T. W. Ilullldiiy, thu. Lancavler.
Circuit .Iiidfc-O. A. Darker.
Circuit lierK-J. A. Krtitni.
County Judie--(. s. Vm iuil.
County Clerk- . S. J. lliunm.
County Altoiiiy-W. I'. M til key.
'utility Tn-aviin-r A. J. Ald.-u.
Cormier- II. K:f.!i.'i-:i.(.,
County ('iiiiiiiiir:o!:iTH T. W. Italliilay.
P.nf.vn. tiaiiiucl lirllcy.
VFJMCAN M. E. Frmrt'iilh treet. between
Walnut, and Cvdur ktrrrti; K-rvlce tfubbatli i
V-' m.nnil "i-M p. in. j hnnrtn.r rioh-il 1:30 p. m.
ClIKlHTiAS- Klhtor uth atreet; meeting Sub
J hatlt ):: p. ui.i pnru:lilti occasionally.
pII!'R(.'!I OF THK HE0EF.MER (Elcopul)
J Fourteenth rrc.-t; Morning prayer (Sabbath)
1U::KI a. ni.: cveidns; nriivr. i p. in.: ivibbath
m Imol 9 t. M. Kev. St.. ) . DiiioiiLee. Hector.
171 KST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIll'W'H
I Preaching ut 4. ni., :i p. ni.. and 7: 1 . m.
Alibath wbuul at .M p. m. lav. T. J. r-boic,
IriTlKHAN-TLIrti-enlh strc-.f. erv!cc Sub
J batii 11 a. m. und " : p. 111.; hunduy w .huoi '.la.
III. 1V. IXliTX-llUlT. uaitor.
METHODIST-Cor. Elphth and Walnut -:rvtf ;
Pn aehii, ; Sibliata !(;. a. ni. and T p.m.;
prayer ni'.eliiir, W.iln. duv Tf!0 p. in.: MiLnay
M'liiml, 3 p. in. He. A. 1'. .inrri'JU, palor.
I) J ; K s Is YT K 1:1 A r.' K! Ut h trect; prcarhli.ir 0:1
s'abii'iih at ll:fk) a. 111. ami '1 :;H p. 111.; prayer
iiK'i'tlii'.' V.'i-iIiukIcv at T:l Iv. uni'uiy Mi'houl
at :i p. in. lU-v. li. V. lit-ory. pirmr.
QES!) r.'tEKU'II.I. IIAfl'lST-T'ia.'i.t!!
O trn t. Im tii -n Wali.i't aim i .; Jiy t,Tftc; r
vlic. alhnttl at and ; p. ni.
ST. .JoSErirs-OI. it 11:11 Cmlidlfi ('limit Cri;"
and Wulnuv ircv;: n-r,r'i Vibaili lu:"Mu.
111.: Sunday Stiiunt a; . p. 111.; Vwp' re 3 p. 1:1.: M-r-viri
every dry at p. tn.
V". PATItH'K'I'-tltm.TCi 'iitl;!ln Corner Ninth
ilwl and '.';i-iiiii'.'li)ii a.riui
11.1th it mid 1 in. in. : Vcper 1 p. n
Kev. i: air.'!.
i p. 111. ; rviv.en every i.ay fcl h p. in
Arriv.il and IH-jr.irturc of Trains.
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Mb, 1 4:'l.:n. 11 ip-in.
vv. '1"' MM la. 111 ( a.m.
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.Viir:'hvbor(i .Viiilomuila;io!i.lS:.Mp.ui. :ljp in
l.xvept runday. tiirep: Vnt.riay.
I I i:-:in n.iu Sr.tnliiv: ri to J a. m.
Money Order Dcpntmeut u;n'n at 8 a. ui.: cloten
'Vlirot'ea EspreM Mnii via llllnoU Central and
vi. .1.-1,, ..i i-..it t.p. llneiiU tune !t l'J: t) t. in.
' ( ulro 'ud roplar llloff Through Jktti.W'uJC Mail
Wv Mail via initio! Cvttirul. Cairo andTIn
rennet and lF.pippi Central ltallroadt c!oe at
"Wily y'iiil tr Narrow Cian;e Kallroad cloae at 8
"'rj'iro.md Kvanville Illver Route cloi-et at 6:
p. ni. dhl.y ic. cpt Friday i.
QAMO it VIXCENNKS.il. U.
.T- m 4bf im I
CI MILES 'KM7' TO
17 MILES TIVSuVSsrTi.wiS
TIMOHE AND WAMllNCiTUN.
Ml -it tt t.,C! THK SID'HTESTTO INDIAN
.51 MILES AiLIS.l'HlLAUCLI'UIA.SKW
VOKK AND LtOSTUN
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tnvlua of all other mule mnkltis tho nie
r Pafenu'era by other rotift tn make cminee
tiotn mun ride all nlvlit. waltinc from one to
hour" at mall country mntiout for train or con
1 M , A f 17 M 11 V P Tl! E FACT and Uikf our 4 Ah
IV Iv.M li-Mli Eilt s ,. train, nrarlilnu Evatm.
IMe, lndlaiiiipollK.CIiiflnnntl ard LouIhvIII.i Kiune
ilav. Tntinn leave and arrive at.'airoaa followit:
Mall leave i:,iSl-m-
Mail arrive ...in:i)p.m.
Throuuh tlckulK and check to oil anportaut
r! a'mit.lkii roswei.l miller.
Ot-ii 1 Pa"". A"ent. Ciem-rul Sup t.
h. 11. Clll'ltCII. Pnaaeneor Atjctit.
(AlRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE lEMkQ. STATES.
LKAVK I.EAVK 1.KAVM
Foot Fourth t MIourl Laud'g. Kenlucky I.d'g.
8 a, m.
10 a. m.
h::K) a. m.
lii::)0 u. m.
4:30 p. m.
U n. tn.
3 p. m.
B p. m.
WATClIr-S. JEWELRY. ETC.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
lletween Cnmineniiil nurl I nhm 111
Wahlmilut avti.. I 1iIUO. 111.
FINE WAVC1IW0RK A SPECIALTY.
t.En(jravlng and ull hind of rpiilrlu( neatly
.CA11 kind of Solid Jewelry midu to order.
THE DAILY UII.LCTI.N.
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T T T X
.... T1 ..w .tl I IIIIIP lipfll HI
IIII IIII tenth year wllh a comiiletii new
The Cnnt lte.Hi.fln ....!.. ....... 1
ir ouiiit and a determination to make
,.,,..., ll I" ull rvapecta worthy tin: nipport
Jlllllllll of lt patroim.
Published Every iloniiwy,
It will cmbrno lu It columns dally
of Mich character aa wc truat fliull
irovi; the equal of the elicapet aud
AA, iU10' our cotiteniporacie
Til 10 IlL'LlKTIX
will. af It baaalwnra done, advocate
the priniiple ol tile Di-niocrntlc par
ty, holding' that they embody the nnly
jpriuclpkii upon which a republican
(.'iiveruinent can bo aduiiuietered.
I. bile srowlni;thiaiiarpoM.'.ll In not
ii r t t I i Intended to coiiwy the idea that the
J.L1.L.1-LJ., I.mi,er will unhold'thu party rlfibt or
jwrous. Thai which It believen to be
.iToiitf It Hill deuotliire. feathifuly.
YYY YYYlalwaya "hewln to the line, aud let-
YY YY i'i"U the chipii fall where they may."
jlliil aa a cufe. round and neiifible
1 I 'Democratic pajier. wc can. we feet
,YY i mi re htiiKnilv commend It to the
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pull o.iuv; w jjliii jimiA.
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The Cairo Bulletin
E. A. HntXKTT.Oencr,l Manager
NEW tif.N SHOP.
lJt E. INCE,
3fEW GUiNr SHOT,
Cor. Sixth St. iiml Cummiwlal Ave.
CAlliO, : : : UjI.im
Guns, Pistols, Safes niul Locks Kepaiml.
Keys Miule to order.
CHOKE nolilNli ON HHKAi. lt LOADING tlfNS
All work guaranteed iitlfiictoiy. at cheaper rate
tluiucau be obtained nt any other place In the city.
EW MEAT MARKET.
glguof tha Buffalo Head.
JCoM. Ohio I,
K0EHLE11 BROS., Proprietors,
JOE ABkLTU Agent.
A fnll and nmiplcto anpplv of tho hp,. r Un
kind meat always on huud. Order "
hour,rtiyorulht. ni any
MK. ALBERT HOOKER, the well known druil
Irt aud upotlii'cary. of Sprln::vale, .Me.ilway ad
vine everv one troubled with KlK'UiiiiiiTm to try
II w Statement.
Spr.iMiVALK. Ma.. Oct. li lhTfl.
Mit. II. It. Stkv-kn:-
Dear Sir. Fifteen year aeo lat fall I wa taken
lck with KheuniHtiMii, wa unable to move nut II
the next April. From that time until three year
n'u tills full 1 milfercd everything with rheutnalimii.
hometlinea there wonld be week at a time that I
could not utep one ctep; tbee attack were iiilte
often. 1 tutlured everything that a man rmild.
Over three year a 70 lnt miring I commenced tak
ing VguKTiNK.'aud followed It up until I had taken
aeven bottle; have had no rheumatim ainre that
time. I alwav advle every- one that 1 troubled
with rheumatism to try Yki stink, and not mttfer
for year a 1 have doae. Tuta.aUleincot ltrratui-
totl Mtralr. Htevena I concerned. Tohm.&ov
1 1J VI 1
,..jrT14Cuf r wker Co., lrultai,(H'll5t'rle
'"J. i ' f r
HAS ENTIRELY CURED ME.
RoroN. Oct. li ls;o.
Mn. It. II. Steves :-
Dear Sir.-My daiiitter, after havinaa cvere at
tack of whooping cou.ii, wa left In a feeble etuti!
of health. H' iu advied by a friend. hu tried thu
VKntTiM!. and after unliij; a lew bottle, v.a fully
retored lo health.
I have beet, a creat iilT"rer from rnettmntlm. I
have takeu n-veral bottlo of the Vkoktink for till
complaint, and am happy to v.iy itliaentlr"iy citrnd
nie. i cave recointneiKted tne v ii,tnM: to otuer
with the me good remilt. ltica great clcauer
and purify, f of the blood; it I pltufout to take;
and 1 cna cheerfully recommend It.
JAMES MolthE, ?M Atheu Slri-et.
RIIEVMATISM U n DISEASE of the liLOOI).
Ttic blood. In tl.i difeae, I fonnd tn contain nn
exce of tlkrin. Vkoatim: act by converting tic
the blood fr.m Hi dieai-d condition lo a healthy
clirulnt'ion. Vkotimc tegtilatertbe bowel, w hich
i very lin,iortuni In thi couiplaiut. One bottle of
YtKiKtisr. wii give relief, llut lo etl'ert a permanent
cure u mum ne tiim n reguiurty, an may uiKe ev
eral bottle. efpeciuHy III care of long tanding.
KftKTlxi! om by ull ilruggint. Try it. ami your
verdict wi) l.c the jiiic a' that of thourand be
fore yon. vho ;tv. "I never found o much relief a
from" the e of Vi:i.kti," which 1 conipoiied ex
iiulvely tf l'.ark. Rooti. and Herb.
'Vc(.ETKi:."av a Piocton ptivticbn. "iins no
e(jntil a . h!o:d purifier. He:rfng of ii inanv
vvonderfnh ure. after all other mm-ilte had fulled.
I vii-ited tic lanratory and eonvirced mvelf of ii
g.-nuiiie t'.rit . It I prepared irom Imrk". root"
and her') each of w hich i hialy effective, and
they are (impounded in uch a nunner ai to pro.
duce antoiithlng n.ult."
NOTIIINC; EQUAL TO IT.
Soith Sai.kx. M.i.,Nov. 11. lMTii.
Mil. II- I TEVKX :
Dear Mr.-1 have been troubhl with crofii!ii,
ranker, mil liver complaint for bree year: noth
ing ( verdld me any good until I oninu-uced uiug
the Vecctine. 1 coiiBider there nothing vqinil
loltlorHiich coiuplaiut. Clin hortiiy recoinmeud
It to cvurvbodv. Your trnl.
' MRS. I.I.ZIE . PACKARD.
Nj. 18 Lagrange utri-et, Soeh Salrm Ma?.
- - VEGCTIXE
II. R. STEVENS, BO.TON, .MASS.
Veg-otun is Sold By til IiTi;a:ists.
jnsur:.nce agency of
AYELLS & Hl-KTIf
(Of Ll crpool)
TfOYill (lUmtliilll M! '
7:f:..i. a - irToronto.c,a
AI ill villa Flr Marlic (Miilvllle, N. J.)
Jl Ul lllf Aet. .1.4ii!is:.W.
f'mnmi.tiM-il ' (Of New York Cityt.
I Ollllllt'ICldl , Accit $M5.:m.8ti.
TT,ii.oi 1 (Of Pilludclphla: etahllhed In 1304.)
1, 1UUII (' .fel. i:.HW.0'.
Fireman's U... f -.JU
EisKS wnrn EN at fair hates.
Office in A live and ov Comity Hank.
" C iu
3 X K
Dry Goods and Clothing',
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Oomnirrelal Avcnnn. I
Corner Eighth rtrvvl li
3I0RXIXO. FEHIMJARV 22,
Af K W WW 1V rrvi V('1i i It I r
Liverpikil, lVbruitry 21. 2:00 v. m.
Whcitt uncliuiiKcd Winter, M&'.l 2d;
HprinfjC, Co 1 MrfSn ld;C;ilii'ornia uveraye, 8s
lOdfeOn 3d; California cluli, Os 3lji9H 8d.
Corn new, 4s Td.
NEW YORK liltAIN.
New York, Fvlmmry 21, 12:07 p. m.
Wliiiat Qnift-No. 2 Cliirao, 1 0501 0(1;
No. 2 Milwaukt-e, 1 07; Red Win
ter, fl 0201 l:'; No. 2 Red Winter, 1 13
01 Vi)i No. 2 Aitilier, 1 li)0l l.i'f
Parn Olilet atAriwr 'UiifiXo.- 3. - A3
v 4 -i
CHICriO CHAIN AND PHODI.CE.
Ciucaoo, February 21, 10 a. m. Pork
March, $10 00; AprH, $10 l.01O 17'.
Wheat-.Marcli, 01 April, 02'. Corn
-April, MJ4'; May.87?f.
C'Hic.ViO, February 21, 12:00 M.-Corn
-April, 33?B'fe:i:JJ4'; May,37a'. Pork
Xarch, $10 00; April, $10 13. Wheat
March, 02; April, 03?o.
CiucAco, February 21, 2:30 p. si. Corn
-April, myiO'M'-, May, 37Js'0.n5tt';
Jiue, 37?,y. Pork March, $10 1.3; April,
10 23010 27j. Wheat-March, 02:
2f0TE. No se.ision of board of trade
TELEGRAPH 10 NEWS.
THE ILLINOIS CAPITAL.
.SiiiiNdFiELD, Tebruary 20. The judicial
ctm.mittei! h;is decided to report favorably
upon Collins', jury biil, which provides that
it will be Kulllcient lor a verdict to have the
agreement of only nine jurori instead of
Hi . James Il'-rrinoi), of Ku:ie, refus-d
to junket w ith the pulltnan Kpeciul cninuiit
tee. He is now called the sa'j of Geneva.
Aiter much bluster Risbec has had hisca-
nalcoininiuecsipielehi.-d. Tlic railroads will
now buy and (doss up the canal for repairs.
If yon want l sjj the i.itj St. L uis junketer.-;
run just yell "All aboard Iron Moun
tain railroad bus."
The special pulhuan committee will re
port against the Granger regulation bill.
Thccmuuiittoe hiUj-'bc.jiriiuadftU . tlt
punmau s )rotlt.s.are not (liiorinous; in tije
uot out of reason ; also that an net to regu
late will not stand the test of the supreme
intellects of the state judicial mill.
Mr. W. R. Hawkins assistant clerk of the
house, is the Joatpuin Miller of the general
assembly. He writes poety and holds sol
emn comunion with nature every day.
Hoir Asa Matthews' drainage bill, now
before the house, is likely to meet an early
The house adjourned to-day to accommo
date the chairman of the judicary commit
tee, Mr. Shaw, who wanted to hold a com
The house revenue committee has deter
mined to report ndversley to the proposi
tion of Senator Riddle for the appointment
of sub revenue doctors. The two revenue
committees house and senate will then
meet every evening at seven o'clock to re
ceive and cousider proposed amendments to
thercveuue law. The secretary of state
win be called upon to furnish the joint
committee a number of good sized store
boxes in which to pack said amendm-nts
Ht'ter they shall have been duly considered
DOINGS AT WASHINGTON.
Special to the Time Journal.
Washington. February 20. Senator
Voorhees called up the resolution submit
ted by hint instructing tho committee on
pensions to report a bill making provisions
for tho surviving soldiers of tho Mexican
war, and Gen. Shields addressed tho senate
on the subject, and mado an earnest aud
elooient speech, in which ho paid a Ixmuti
ful tribute to tho bravery and fidelity of
lils old comrades. He had a largo nudU
ence anil tho senators paid marked atten
tion to his remarks.
THE FLOUIDA CONTEST.
The Democratic majority was increased
to-day by disposing of tho Florida con
tested election case, which succeeded in
bouncing Risbec, the sitting member, and
seating Finley. Risbeo took tho floor in his
own behalf and sought to establish his
title to tho Heat, but tho majority wouldn't
have it so and he was shut out.
ruse is the only one remaining, and it is
thought that will be disposed of soon.
THK DYlSO HILL,
us was foreshadowed in former dispatches
to tho Timos-Journal. tint the railroad bill
will meet lis death by the appointment of
ii mixed commission, who will not re
port until next December. This is a device
nf tho Western Union company to gain
time to oiiabliuh,;,,, to spiko the guns of
their enemies. Thu uppointinent of a com
mission ii a favorito method of killing the
XI VJ f I KJ
UMAX t RKt'UPTIOX.
ryecption iveti ty lcneral Lognn lo-
ni'lit ut AV)'J'ii(i' WH.s tho hartiftit (Ifinon-
ftratioM yot oxtnmk'tl to tiii ot" t!io return-
i. . -
imS H'-ntitovtal stalwarts. He wns mtro
iliii.xil I.y Mr. Clii;
Cliijip nnd nituk' u )weh
ui'tivejy rmlieit uhjractir. IV-iiin-ylvanio
ftwutie 'pa a liltizi' of ,'lory. j
' V'' MADE AX ICNSKIX.
Tlic bill introduced by Senator McDon
ald Milking' sjnindle brandy an ensign in
tliii United States navy passed the Benate
to-day. Mr. Rraden took the liigliest prize
for seamanship in ' the British nautical
sOhool, but ratlior tliaa renouuee hit) citizen
ship refused a niuilar uppointinent in the
British nnvy. .
THK BRAZILIAN (U11SIDY.
It is expected that tlip Brazilian sul.idy
in HIil uf tlli. Ttoneli' lin.i of itti'iviiieii irfH.
i...im i-.m miiiur-"J-iiii:iii. . 1 -
TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. '
Another revolution is reported in Hayti.
Win. White of Nashville, suicided with
laudanum Wednesday night.
The loss of the bark Hawthorn costs Eos
ton iusurianco companies $102,000.
Anthony Gtitman, editor of the Pittsburjr
Saturday Critic, died Wednesday night,
The Rhode Island senate protests unani
mously against the law restricting Chinese
A wrestling match for $300 has been ar
ranged between Bauer and Major McLaugh
lin of Detroit.
Anglo Sparnal, the murderer of Peter
Drake, New York, has boen sentenced to
imprisonment for life.
At Santa Rosa, California, Joseph,
youngest son of cx-Govendr Roggs, sui
cided Thursday by cutting his throat.
It is proposed to bring Madam Anderson,
Mary Marshall and Madam LaChapclle to
gether iu a six days' content in New Y'oik
for a handsome prize.
James Leo and Joseph Dclome, two
boys living at Aseonda, Mc. skated into an
air hole on Lake Huron, Thursday, and
The international walking match between
0Leary, Rowell, Ennis and Harriman will
take place at Gilmore's garden, New York,
commencing March 10. ,
A man named T.Iuzzv, a Madison, Wis.,
school teacher, was shot and killed bv the
brother of a scholar whom Muzzv Inid se
verely Hogged a few days before.
The International base ball association
has refused to agree with its committee
which gave the championship to the Buffo
los, with tho Stars second and the Uticas
BhiCKwellvtWros LiAv..ii and seven.1.
others ndfu'esaetj tile worn all's suffrage com
mittee of the Massachusetts legislature,
Why will you allow a. cohl to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages ami Lung troubles when an
immediate relief can so easily be attained.
Boschee's German Syrup has gained the
largest sale in the world for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and tho severest Lung Dis
eases. It is Dr. Boschee's famous German pre
scription, and is prepared with the greatest
care, ami no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to tho youngest child, ns per
directions. The sale ot this medicine is
unprecedented. Since first introduced there
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a lailure to do its
work in any case. Ask your druggist ns to
the truth of these remarks. Largo size 73
cents. Try it and be convinced.
New Orleans Democrat: "And, now
how does the man who occupies tho presi
dential chair contrast with tho man who
was elected to it.' It has been shown that
electoral votes were sold. It Is well known
that Mr. Tilden had ample means, und yet
Hayes got tho votes. It has been shown
that Isitli Republicans and Democrats wero
engaged in the attempt to secure presiden
tial electors in tho disputed states. It is
known that Mr. Tilden denounced the
Democrats thus engaged, whilo every Re
publican who was concerned in tho theft
of the presidency lias b een rewarded by
tho beneficiary, ail of them getting fat ot
lices, mil many of them the best positions
iu the gift of tho executive. In all moral
qualities the two men are as wide apart
its they are in political faith. All of tho
charges mado against Mr. Tilden hvo been
swept away, while those against Hayes arc
openly confessed by his party friends, who,
in the" insolence of their power, cooly in
quire, 'What do you propose to do about
THE OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
A plan for the reconstruction of the Ohio
& Mis-issippi Railroad Company has been
pcrfectoil by a committee of the company.
By the terms of agreement tho company
will cancel $1,000,000 oftho bonds of tho
Springfield Division held by it; the holders
oftho remaining $2,000,000 bonds to cancel
$730,000; tho next five coupons, including
the one duo in April, of tho second mort
gage bonds of the main linu will bo funded
into ten-year bonds;wbilo Mia holders of tho
floating indebtedness of tho company will
postpone payment of their claims for a few
years. The Springfield Division, which
whs fonnerely tho Springfield & Southeast
ern Railroad,' was bought iu 1875 by the
Ohio it Mississippi Railroad Company for
$1,700,000 in bonds secured by mortgage
on the purchased road. The Insuenf bonds
on tho division iiiumiutcil to $3,000,000, nf
which one-third wits retained by tho com
pany, in regard to tho .imposed reconstruc
tion, John lllooilg'iod, who has identified
closely with thu Springfield Division, snyi
the scheme has not yet been mlopted by tho
several interests concerned 1nit. pmt,t
bu jubmitted ttftltt holderstV itmMwnds,
who may not- hi : willing lo.wdpeiSVihp
amount held byfjtgn, -If thrjfctoUft4ifn -sent
to the reduction, tljAho cnnsentUt V
holders of the second mortgage boadtotund '
live coupons must bo obtained,,' aint .then
the holders of the ftoatihg&bts q&t agree
tn Jioldjthoir tjaims for tyi threes tjr, Mir
years.1 'Tho consent of idr nhese pnrtics
must be obtained before fk"plan canA bo
carried into practical opcra-Uup. Tho -refusal
cf either clkss of creditors to adopt tfio pro
visions of the reconstruction schcrve ..will
render void any agreement pre vwusly-.'jfrjado
by the others. Mr. Bloodgood is of the opin- -ion,
however, that tfio plan will be addptel.
WABASH AND ILLINOIS fl'K5,4fRAL
.EARNIJS.; , ;.
Tlie New York Evening Pist-of VJ$lh
bus tho following in regard ttf fiio jjijut ,
freight business of tho Wttftush anjj li-i
nois iJeutrul " jailivaiUf unrijiwlio var
lbTH:' ;,; :. V'.; . J, ' .
We; have obtained from? the office of tho
Illinois Central Company the ubsoltito fig
ures of the joint freight business done by
the Wabash and Illinois Central lines dur
ing the year 1878. The totul freight earned
by the -Illinois Central iirmn the Wabash
business from St. Louis was $13,633.03, and
the total freight earned upon business sent
by the Illinois Central to Sr. Louis by the
way ot Wabash was $23.061.00 making
lKith ways $40,700.03.
The Illinois Central company -ny that it
was a year of "great expectations." That
the Wabash induced them io leave the old
route by the Vnndnlia line with the hope of
presenting a very large volume of the.
traffic from St. Iuis. but. that the active
competition of the Chicago & Alton, the
Terre Haute, Pennsylvania Central, and
Ohio & Mississippi routes was so great
tluit the Wabash was frustrated in its -at
tempt to control the traffic eastward from
the Mississippi river, and was obliged to
pool the business with the four other
routes, taking business east trom St. Louis
with only 20 per cent of the traffic as tho
The Illinois Central further states that
all its freight business from the local and
through stations to both lines, to and from,
during the year was $158,043.80; that tho
percentage of net earnings on this business
will be very much less than that derived
from thu rest of their business, inasmuch aa
the competition was so sharp and the rates
fixed upon business so low that the work-
ing expenses were probably 75. per cent,
leaving 25 per cent profit, or less than $40,
000 for the year 1878.
It is barely possible that, if the Wabash
rond adds a sixth line between St. Louis
and Chicago, they may discover some way
of making more money out of this business
than was made by the two companies in
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