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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
of the leading hnainem hounoa whonu advcrtlie
tucut miiy lo found lu Tin Huu.ktin.
C. 0. I'atlcr 3c Co., Commercial avenuo and Nine
Yocum & n rode rick, WaMi. Ave., cor. Ek'hth.
J'ew York More, (.'. O. Puller &i CV, Cur. Nine
utmIi and commercial.
Dr. J. II. Mnrean : omen, 1 M) Commercial avenuo.
Dr, Leach ds Wheeler, Eighth street,
JJr. W. ('. Jnrnlyn, Eighth war Commercial.
l)t, E. W. Whl'tlocli, iHi Commercial aveuuu.
T. Clancy. No. l:iT Ohio Levee.
If n 'i.n. Inn Vn "fl ()M(t I Mtl HI iM.
Equitable Life," of New York, corner Twelfth and
DRCOGI.ST3-WUULESALE AND RETAIL.
Barclay Brother. No. 74 Ohio i.eveo auu corner
Vt'afhiutjtou Avenue and Eighth Street.
City Nuilotial, Ohio levee.
Champion. Three State.
John Sprout, corner Twelfth and Levee,
K C. Ford. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
rvrriil. DKUVEHY open r.M t. 111.; cloe
I T ,!-M o.in. : Sunday: to t a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a.m.; cloiei
" fhrouih HiprcM Malli via Hlinoia Central 3:40
mUw.M'I CentrU Railroads cloae at ft p. m
C'roui I'op.ur Uiuif Turouh and Way MaU
c''r.'. "I,.,','' It i,H,,l. Central. Calm and Vin
ce.iu,' and Miuiwl Central IUllroad clote at
'wayM.il U: Narrow O.iuge Railroad cloiei at
rilVoaud Evancvllle River Koutc clo.ee at 2:30
p. m. d'.iv leicept Friday).
Trvwurer Edward Dezoula.
ltTk-lcnni. J. Foley.
Coanelor--Wm. H. Gilbert.
Marnhal-J -' UHac.
horo or ali.kiuiis.
Firt Ward-M. J. Uoley . u. .
Second Ward-David T. Linear, C. K. Wood
.1rjV. i -... p Wrli-hf. Etrrt Smith.
v. mh" vkid-t;hVrli Batjer. J.rne. Kyniaton
Fifth Ward-T. W. UaUiday, fcrueM i. i euu.
Circuit JudiK-D. J Baker.
Circuit Clerk J. A. Kenven.
County Jud.-e-K. S. Vocutn.
County Clerk-S. J Hum hi.
County Attornvy-W C. M'Ukey
County Treaur.'r-Milc . Parker.
Sberiif John llodnes.,
Coroner-K. Kuertt.o. TUm,.r j a.
County Cominifi'ioner-T. W. Uallluay, a.
St. l,it.!i, Samuel Briley.
4 FR1CW M. E. -Fourteenth etrcct. between
A ...Vr,..i.r.tn,et!i: .ervlcea Sabbath 11
. m. and T :' P- uj. ; Sunday School 1 : p. m.
CHRISTIAN E'.Khleenth mrcet: meeting Sab
bath W:;W p. ni i preaching occasionally.
rnrRCH OF THE REDEEMER (Epi'topal)
C Fou t"nth .tree.; Bund.v Morning prayer
rr.1.1 . m vTilni? Dravera, 7:30 p. m.; Sunaay
ichool ::' . m. FiiJay evening prayer 7 : p. m.
VIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST ClintCa
T Preaching at 10:30 a. tn.. 3 P- m-. " T P-
babbath achool at 7:30 p. m. Rev. T. J. Shorn,
1UTIIE RAN Thirteenth Itreet! erv1ce Kab
j bath 1:30 a. m ; Sunday echool2p.ni. Rer.
METHODIST Cor. Eighth and Walnut HreeU;
Preaching Sabbath lo:) a. m. and 7 p.m.;
praver meeting, Wednesday 7 ::W p. m.; Sunday
School, V a. m. Kev. Wbittaker, pastor.
fRESBYTEHIAN-Elghth atrect; rreaching on
1 Sabbath at U:tw a. m. and 7:ip. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p: m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Kev. U. V. Georie, pastor.
SECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST Fifteetth
street, between Walnut and Cedar itreeta; aer
vicea Sabbath at 3 and 7 :30 p. m.
CT. JOSEPU-S-fRoman Catholic) Corner ' Crns"
k5 and Walnut streets; service. Sabbath 10. a.
m. ; Sunday School at i p. tn. ; N ef pera 3 p. m. , nr-vici-i
every' day at b p. m.
CT PTRICK"S-(Roman Catholic) Comer Ninth
O street and Washington avenue; "ryices sab
bath 8 aud 10 a. m. ; Vespers 3 p. in. ; eniiaav r
t p. m. ; service every day at 8 p. ui
Rev. F . Zabel,
US.G. II. LEACH & E. D. WHEELER
Honu'Batliie Physicians and Surgoons,
Will pcrt'orm all operations and treat diseases of
any nature in surgery. Ottlce: No. 10, Eighth
street, Cairo, Ills.
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 140 U(, amerclal avsntie. Kestdenco corner
Fourteenth St. aud Washluirton avenue, Cairo
JJR. E. W. WUITLOCK,
Uffici No. P1B Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
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10:4S p.m., aud Chicago 7:1 a.m.
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SLKEI'ING CAR Cairo to C.nclnnaM. witho.it
changes, and through t'.cei era to si. Louis and
Vat Time En.-t.
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caused bv Suudsy Intervening. The Sattirdiiv af:ef
tioou train frmuCaiio arrives In new York Mondar
linrniTig at lt'::j.'i. Thirt.v-s;z hour in advance of
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SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
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Ihroucb Expresi leaves Cairo 3:30 a m
Through Express arrives at E. St Louis.. 5:4Sp.m.
Through Kxpms leaves E. St. Louis.... :)a.m.
inrougn bxprvss arrives at Cairo 5:10 p.m.
nurjibysnoroacenumodatlonleavesCairo 1 :w p.m.
Mu-physboro AccarrivesatMurphysboro 7:rs'p m.
Muriihyshoro Acc. leaves Murphysboro. . . 5:t'a.m.
Murphvsboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 :goa.m.
The Cairo 4 St Louis Hall Road Is the only a'.I
Hall Route between Cairo and St. Louis tinder one
management, therefore there are no delays at
war stations awaltlne connections from other lines.
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lines for North, E&et and W est.
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ti hpress tbxeept suuuay) 1 ::iri p. ra.
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No. 5 Express (Except Sunday)..
, fi:05 a. m.
" 1 Day Express (Except sundav).... g:Mlp. m.
' i Night Express i Uttily) V.ib a. m.
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QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
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Foot Fourth t.
7:W a. m.
11 :iii a. to.
t!;t) p. m.
Missouri Liind'jr. Kentucky Ld'(j.
T:W a. ra.
9:) a. m.
11:) a. m.
S:so p. m.
S a. m.
lit a. m.
3 p. m.
5;;10 p. m.
3 p. m
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AN AWKWARD STORY ON GAR
FIELD. Cleveland Cor. New York Sun.
One evening in tho fall of 1S78 several
gentleman wero sittiug in one of the parlors
of tho Kennard houso. The conversation
happened to have reference to tho Standard
Oil company's monopoly. The home office
of that company la here, and all ol the gen
tlemen connected with it were known with
greater or less intimacy by eacli person in
the party now referred to. It was told how
this corporation had grown in less than ten
years from a local business corporation, do
ing a fair business at a good profit, to
the most gigantic private corporation in the
Union. It w.w narrated how the officials,
whom evne young men io Cleveland remem
ber as clerks and book-keepers, had,
through this monopoly that they had built
up, become millionaires, some- of them
worth as much as f),000,000. A gentle
man in the party spoke of the means by
which this Standard Oil company had ac
quired its wealth and power; how it had
compelled the Erie railroad, the Pennsyl
vania Central, and other roads to carry oil
for it at its own price; how it had contract
ed with these to pay it exclusive rebates that
were so enormous that no rival corporation
could possibly live, how it had, by means
of these rebates crushed out all opposition;
how merciless it set to work to ruin all
honest and legitimate rivalry; how it had
the oil producers of western Pennsylvania
absolutely at its feet. The story was told
in great detail in the columns of the Sua
about that time, ami subsequently was re
vealed by unwilling witnesses who were
under oath to the Hepburn committee, so
called, that investigated the subject of
railway tariff in New York in 1S79, tho
legislature having been largely' intlueuccd
to tha appointment of the committee by the
facts first made public in The Sun.
At the time of the iuforrral meeting in
the parlors of the Kernard house just re
ferred to, the Pennsylvania oil producers
were making strenuous efforts to break tois
monopoly. They were fighting it in the
Pennsylvania legislature, in the courts of
that state, and were trying as well to get
relief from congress in the shape of a law
that would make such discrimination ille
gal. The Reagan anti-discrimination bill
had been introduced in congress and was
then before a committee. Said one of the
gentlemen: '! suppose that Gen. Garfield
will help us in the passage of this bill. He
cught to. , He claims to be the friend of
the people; to be opposed to monopolies,
and to love fairness."
At this remark another gentleman, who
had up to this time said but little, got up
in an excited manner and spoke, with
every appearance of indignation:
"Garfield! Gentlemen, that man is one of
the most smooth tongued, oily hypocrites
in congress. I believe all that I ever heard
of him in regard to the Credit Mobilier
charges and De Golycr's bribe. lie is an
The excitement of the gentleman was so
patent that he was asked for an explana
tion. "Well, you shall have it," he said.
"You know that J. D. Rockafellar, the
president ot the Standard Oil company, and
Frank Rockafeller, Ids brother, are not on
good terms. Frank is connected with a
rival concern that is trying to pull through
against this Standard Oil company. Frank
was one of a committee appointed to go to
Washington and appear before the con
gressional committee that has this Reagan
bill before it. The secretary of this local
committee had written to Garfield asking
his aid. Garfiuld wrote back that he was
with them; that the Reagan bill was in its
main features right; that it ought to pass,
and that he should do all iu his power to
help them. Relying oa Garfield's word,
Frank Rockafeller, the morning after his
arrival in Washington, sent his card iu to
Gen. Garfield, at tho capitol. Garfield
came bounding out, and took Rockafellar's
arm. 'My dear Mr. Rockafella,' said he,
'I am very glad to see you. You are down
looking after this Reagan bill. Now lot
me tell you, don't worry. It isn't going to
pass. I am against it. We shall kill it,
smoother it in committee. We had to let
these people who want it to pass think wo
were iu favor of it, and that would lull sus
picion and make it easier to kill it without
any tuss,' "
"Frank Rockafellar was amazed. He had
assurances in his pocket that Garfield was
"with them, aud here ho was telling this sto
ry. At last it popped iuto Frank's head
what was up. Garfield didn't know him,
ho thought. Garfield thought, Frank was
certain, that ho was talking with J. D.
Rockafellar; the Standard oil man aud by
this mistake had exposed his duplicity.
Frank stopped walking, and, looking Gar
field full in the face, said :
'"Excuse me general, but I am not J. D.
Rockafellar of the Standard, I am Frank
Rockafellar of an opposition company, and
I came to seo you because I had your as
surance that you were with us on this Rea
gun bill. Fortunately I have by an accident
discovered your real nature and purpose.
Good morning, sir,'
"Garfield could not say a word. Ho tried
to make soma apology, but Frank, thor-
NEW SERIES NO. 38.
oughly disgusted with tho man 'a hypocrisy '
would have nothing to do with him. ThatV
the kind of man Garfield is, and sooner or
later tho people in his district are bound
to find him out."
This conversation took place a year and
a half before Garfield was nominated for tho
PEOPLE WHO LIVE NEAR THE POLE.
Tho Rome correspondent of the Phila
delphia Bulletin, speaking of the Cinkic!,
a remarkable people discovered by the
Swedish explorers of the North Pole re
gion, says: Tho people found there were
not precisely savages they were clothed
(roughly, perhaps) but they were clothed
in skins of reindeer or seal. Their costume
mii'ht not perhaps suit Parisian taste, but
it was adaptable to their clime. It ia com
posed of reindeer skin stockings lined with
eider-down, reindeer or sealskin
boots reaching to the knees,
and under these, again, reindeer
of sealskins trousers, over which arc worn
in extra cold weather other trousers lined
with fur. And then a tunic, coat, or
blouse of the same materials reached to
the knees, and, according to the weather,
several of these are worn one over tbe
other. For tho head they wear a cap to
match the rest of the charming custtime,
and tills cap is tied under the chin like a
baby's cap. Finally' they wear over their
chests a kind of bib of sealskins, which bib
they draw over their faces, when the air
threatens to bito their noses.
Tho very fashionable people of the
country tasten tails of animals to tho edges
of their coats. This is to show you that
they are rich, as their riches consist ia rein
deer, some tamilies possessing as many as
100,000 of these animals. The ladies wear
the same costume as" the gentlemen, which
gives them a strange and awkward walk.
However, as a little distinction, they wear
their hair in two long plaits , at
the side of each cheek, and
their neck and back aro bare. It seems
that the cold has loss effect on them than on
their lords. It is true that when they have
young children they carry them on their
backs, and that shelters them. Both inert
and women are short of stature, but stout
aud wonderfully strong, as they can walk
for miles with burdens ou their backs
which we Europeans could not even lift.
The'.r faces arc large and broad and they
have no foreheads. In this the women
would Le quite the fashion in Europe,
where the ladies do all they can to conceal
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