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DAILY ' CAIRO BULLETIN.
' VOLUME XII.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, .'1880.
NEW SEKIES--NO. 138.
Dh.Wm. R. Smith, Jit. Dn.Wu. R. Siiim
OFFICE: No. 21 Thirteenth Ntroet, between
Washington Avonue and Walnut Strunl.
Q.EORGE II. LEACH, M. D.,
Physician and Snrgeon.
Special attnnjinn paid to tho Homeopathic treats
ment of nursical dlttta. and dliea of women
OtUco: So. 10 Eighth itraot, near Commercial
avinun, Cairo, III..
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Offlre 123 Commercial avuntiii. Residence corner
. rourtiifnih hi. and Wahlncton avenue. Cairo.
J)R. E. W. WIIITLOCK, ".
Owes No. 1M Commercial Aenuo, between
Eighth and Ninth HtrueU
JjR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKFICE-Kluhtk Ktrwt, near Commercial Avenue.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON,WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car L.oads a, Specialty.
O V K ICE!
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
XEW YORK STORE,
WIIOELSALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIKR & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth atreet )
Commercial ;.vnue i
0 W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
couauntlj on nana
At Seventy-five cento iter loud.
At one dollar jut load.
The "tr!mmlntf"ro coarm1 il.avu.c and make
the bent lammer wood ror cooking purjio.oiiM wen
the cheajie.t erer fold In Cairo. For black
smith'! nim In rettlnn tlrv, they aro nut-quailed.
Leave your ordera at tut) Teulh utrect wood lard
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only -Line Running
Making Direct Connection
Tbaini Lcati Caiho:
3:10 um. Mail,
Arriving In St. Lottli 9:45 a.m.: Chlcairo,8:S0 p.m.;
Connecting at Odin and Efllnuham for Cincin
nati, Loulavlllu, lutlianapolu aud polma Kaat.
11:10 n.m. Sr.. Loula and Western
ArrlvlriR In 8t. Loula 7:05 p, m., and connecting
for all point Went.
4:SO p.m. KiMt Exprcun.
For St. Loula and Chicago, nrrlvlng at Bt. Loula
10:40 p.m., and Chlcano 7:i a.m
l:UO p.m. Cincinnati Kxpronn.
Arrlvlni; at Cincinnati 7:00 a m,; Loin.vllto 7:80
a.m.; Imllatiapolla 4:00 a. in. l'ltxKcnera by
tbtM imln roach tho nbovo point 1U to 30
HoL'KH In advance of any other roll I o.
nrTh4:91 p. m- xpri ha PULLMAN
SLEEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
channel, and through aluoiiou to bt. Louli and
Fast Time Ernst.
PneenmrniNi "J M ,,no R through o Hast.
X USotlljUl in em point wllhoiit any diilny
earned by Sunday InlurvitiiliiK. The Hnturdiiy nfior
noon train from Cairn nrrlvea lu new York Muiliiy
mornltiK at 10:115. Thlrty-ilx hour. In advance of
tWKor through tlrkuti and further Information,
knplr at llllnolK Centra) Hullrond Depot, Cnlro,
J As. JOHNSON. J. 11. JON KM,
Gun. Sonlhurn Agent. Ticket Agout.
A. II. UANSON.Ouu. I'aii, Agent. Chicago,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mill s
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
a T) a
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
JIanufucturtr ot and Dealer iu
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL K1IDS OK JOU WOUK DOSK TO OHDEK.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
Coraruercial Avenue ami Kihth Street.
O F F I C E It S:
P. DROSS. Prr.ldcnt.
I'. N E VV. Virc l'reMdent.
II. WEI.I.s. fai-hier.
T.J. KEia'H.AfKli'taiit Cashier.
F. Ilrii. Cairo; William Kluee, falro;
I'eti r Netr, t itiro; Wlill;im Woif, Cairo;
('. M. Ofterloh. Cairo; C. O. l'atler. Cairo:
K. A. Uuder, Cairo; J. Y. Clemeun, Caledonia;
11. Well. Cairo.
A (iENERAL RANKING
JV Eachanu'e .old aud bouelit.
Interert paid In
tbe S.avln.-H Department. 1'olleclioni made and
all tufiurcH promptly a'tesded to.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. V. RALMDAY, Preldent.
H. L. HAI.I.IDAY, Vlrc-l'n-xldent.
TUOS. W. IIALLIOAY, Cashier.
lirSUT L. I1A1XIUAT,
w. p. nAU.rnAT,
R. II. CCNNINOUAM,
a. I. WIIJ.IAMiOK,
U. II. CANDII.
Excbancre. Coin and United Statea Bonds
ROUOUT AND SOLD. j0
PepoiiltarecetTcd and a soneral tanktnR hnslneai
YOCUM tfc BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Oor.
Eighth Street. .
OAIHO - - ILLS
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
I'll nun nm:r Jltiunnji villi" 1,11, mill iiinii lurmiir
notice the ferryboat will make tripe ai folio wi:
LIAVM LRATRI LBATII
Po.t Fourth it. Mlmoitrl Land'R. Kentucky Ld'g.
H:on a. m.
8:ii0 p. m.
4 :u0 p. m.
2 p. in.
M:no a, m.
tmo p. m,
0 a. m.
11 n. m.
8 p, m
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice. In thcan coitimni, ten centi per Hue,
each lnovrllon. Marked
Tito city council meets to night.
r-Mceri;)iaiim pipes ncl cigar-holders,
a largo stock at F. Koremeyer's.
ilriolm Reeve will, in ull probability,
engage in the coinmit-siun buninchs.
Mr. C. C. Coyle yestarday mndu his
appeurance on a new pxprm rtigon the
property of tho St. Louis, Iron Mountain
and Southern railroad.
Meerschaum pipes arjtl cigar-holders, a
Jarge Btock at F. Kor.snieyer's.
,. Yesterday wus tho day set for a meet
ing of the county commissioners, but the
gentlemen composing that body failed to
A bell, of very respectable size, for S.
Joseph's church, arrived yesterday and will,
in the course of a week or two, announce
tho hour of worship for our up-town Cuth-
The wife of Mr. John Gladney died of
consumption Sunday morning, and tho re
mains win oe- interred to-day. John is
meeting with some severe afflictions of late
His only child died a few weeks ago.
Mrs. Johana Bambrick, wife of Michael
Bambrick, who died on Saturday last, was
buried yesterday afternoon the remains
lil.nifTtalran f.i Ttlln T!.lrn CI. a ...nr.
i . ii laniu M TIIK. A.H4U. Ling rtaaiwilj
jht years old, and leaves six children
Circuit court convenued yesterday, but
owing to the fact that our attorneys were not
ready to proceed with their cases, no busi
ness was transacted. The judge announced
that he would call the docket this nmrning.
The police business in Judge Olmsted's
court was yesterday, as usual, almost en
tirely confined to drunks and disorderlies.
Four tramps were sent to the cooler tor
twelve days, and four others were otherwise
Mr. John Lynch, of Sandusky, whose
severe illness we chronicled a few days ago,
died day before yesterday. His remains
were yesterday carried to their last resting
place. He was a young man of excellent
character, industrious and frugal, and was
generally esteemed by a large circle of ac
Mr. Howard Lame, pilot of one of the
upper Mississippi craft9, was in the city
ycfierdayon a visit to his relatives, Mr,
and Mrs. E. C. Ford. Our readers will
remember the name of Howard Lame as
that of the man who, in tho early part ot
last summer, while piloting a steamboat on
the upper Mississippi, nearly sacrificed his
own life in l iving those on board of the
boat, which had caught fire. lie stood to his
post and ran the craft ashore while the
flames were enveloping him and, in fact,
setting him afire. He succeeded in mak
ing a landing and saving all on board,
though lie was himself seriously burnt
and his boat entirely destroyed.
The business house of Mr. J. C. Clark,
on Eighth street, between the avenues, was
entered by thieves on Saturday night last.
They obtained bet ween seven and eight dol
lars in change out of the drawer and sup
plied themselves bountifully with tobacco
making Mr. Clark's loss about thirty
dollars. The gas in tho store, which the
proprietor had left burning quite high was
not interfered with, which fact shows that
tho thieves were quife bold and confident
that, however . bright tho li rlit
might burn they would not be in
terfcrcd with. Thcv gained an entrance
by cutting out to large panes of glas9 in
tho front window
On Saturday night last thieves affected
an cntcranco into the grocery establishment
of Messrs. Yocum & Broderick by cutting
two panes of glass out of the front door.
XI ao-out nvo ocincK tumiay morning
privato . watchman, Merriman, discovered
fiat a visit had been paid
A A A 1 1
to me itouso ana lost no
timo in notifying tho proprietors of that
fact, who at once repaired to their place of
business, but found only half a box of
cigars and five or six pounds of tobacco
missing. Preparations had, however, been
made by the thieves to carry off a greater
amount, but they wero evidently frightened
off since the other goods, after having been
placed within reach from the outside, were
With tho opening of December the
brilliant constellations of winter begin to
illuminate tho sky. Whoever at this sea
son commences to make himself familiar
with tho stars, will never bo likelyo
abandon the'V The glories ot tho
firmament f 1 with closer acquaint
ance. A Btarxncs much more interest
ing when ono knows its uamo, its timo and
seasons. In tho clear frosty air of winter
tho chief stars glitter more brilliantly than
cut gems, and tho Milky Way in somo
places looks liko frosted silver. Humboldt,
tho great German traveler and scientist,
liked to tlescribo tho nppcaranco of tho
stars In tho tropics, whero they glow In tho
screno nights without twinkling but with
wonderful lustre. It is doubtful whether
tho tropical skies exceed In beauty tha
splendor of the northern heavens iu winter.
At about seven o'clock, Saturday even
ing, a thief entered tho room immediately
back of Mr. John Koehler's saloon, and
stole therefrom such clothing as could be
found. I Iu obtained a suit of clothes be
longing to the barkeeper and a suit belong
ing to Mr. John Koehler, Jr. At about the
time tho clothes must have been stolen, a
white man. with clothes uuder his arm,
was seen walking along Eighth street to
wards Commercial avenue, but the loss not
having been discovered at that time, ho at
tracted m particular attention, and was
lost in the passing crowd. Yesterday a
portion of the clothes wero found on tho
Mississippi levee with tho pockets turned
inside out, but no clue to tho thief was
found by tho officers of tho law.
During theso days the thoughts of the
hoTTdnytf the attendant pleanurca and
blessings and the willing obligations we
owe to others como forcibly ta our minds.
Upon the shelves and counters and cases of
the merchants nre displayed in all their at
tractiveness of form and color, beauty and
utility, appropriate articles for tho satisfac
tion of these obligations. The expectations
centering on tho coming of Santa Claus aro
wide apart and essentially different. A
sealskin saequo or a pair of solitaires will
only satisfy one, while tho other will bo
overjoyed with a barlow kife, a colored
hankcrchief, a bit of ribbon, or a jumping
jack. It is well that tastes and purses per
mit thU range ot holiday presents for it
keeps moving tho machinery of business
and gives employment to millions of men.
Every year brings novelties and pretty con
ceits suitable for holiday offerings, and this
year tho variety is universally large and
Venner, the Canadian weather proph
et, gets off the following in regard to the
kind of weather that may be expected this
month: "Snowfalls will be universal this
season, and ill extend, in all probability,
not only far to southward in America, but
across to Europe. The snowfall of the 18th
was marked in this respect. December
will, in all probability, open with little
snow, but the weather will be cloudy,
threatening snowfalls. During the open
ing days of the montji dust, with the very
light mixture of snow which may have
fallen, will be swept in flurries by the gusly
wind. There will probably be some snow
from about the 4th of tho month. With
the second quarter of the month colder
weather will probably set in with
fills of snow. Tho farmers will
be enabled to enjoy sleigh rides in the cold,
exhilarating air, but good sleighing may
not be expected until after the middle of
the month. There will be a spell pf mild
weather about the 13th and 14th. " After a
brief interval of mild weather, during
which more snow will fall, the third quar
ter of tho month will probably see bluster
ing and cold weather a cold snap with
heavy snow-storms and consequent good
sleighing. Very cold weather may bo ex
pected during this quarter. The last quar
ter of the month will bring milder weather;
in fict, tho heaviest snow storm will be to
ward the end of tho month, and snow block
ades may be looked for, tho snow-falls ex
tending far southward, possibly as , far as
Washington, with very stormy weather
around New York and Boston.
It seems there is no appeasing fanatic
ism. Having elected uarncld by sectional
hatreds and a vilification of the southern
people unprecedented in tho history of pol
itics, it was hoped that' the republican
would givo us a rest for four years. But.
the work of defamation and slander still
continues. In big black headlines of
flaming, battered capitals, it is announced
that a conspiracy has been discovered in
Texas, concocted for tho purpose of im
mediately dividing the state into threo ad
ditional states, and thus secure six addi
tional democratic United States senators,
thereby retaining the present democratic
majority in the senate. This falsehood has
created a uow howl in tho north. It is
held up as another crime on tho part of the
"rebels." There is not a word of truth in
this last calumny. It is known that the
people of Texas are overwhelmingly op
posed to any division of the state. Are
tho southern people neverto have reposet
now long is the war of representation
and slander to confrwe? When the
curtain dropped on the sad drama of the
presidential election, the southern people
flattered themselves into the belief that
they would have a short rest; but the
tyrant Caligula cultivated his lovo of
cruolty until he was forced to occupy
lis tiiiywn sticking pins in the flies
in hi whea he could find noth
ing ca Jure, and tho Republicans
have acquired such a love for abusing,
maligning and persecuting tho southern
people that they cannot afford to give up a
luxury which continues their chief pleasure
in life. Wo wero defeated in war; havojust
been defeated in politics. We aro disarmed,
defenseless, and have no ambition beyond
that of peaco between tho sections and the
desiro to build up wasto places, and
whilo wo aro in this condition tho magna
nimity of tho republican party is in imita
tion of the cat which tortures and tan
talizes the mouso buforo devouring it. ,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CriiCAno, December 6, 10 a. m.
Pork January, f 13 15; February,
Com December, 40; January, 40c.
Oats January, 32J.c; December, 32 'c
ft 08 if;
$1 07 J; December, 1 00.
Ciiicaoo, December C, 12:00 m.
Fork January, 13 05; February
$13 17; December, $11 60
Corn December 40c; January, 40Bc.
Oats-Cash, 32) j'c; January, 32 J.
Wheat January, $1 00,'; February,
CuiCAiio, December 0, I i 'it.
Pork December, $11 00.
Lard December, $3 2.j(r;8 30.
Wheat December, $1 00; nominal,
January $t 00; February,
Corn Docembur, 40c;
NKW YORK OKAIS.
Nbw York, December. 6, 12 :01,p.u.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Chicago,
$1 181 23; No 2 Milwaukee,
$1 241 25; red winter, $1 18
1 27; No. 3 red winter, $1 22.
Corn-dull No. 2, COc.
Liverpool, December, u. 2:00 p. m.
Wheat winter, Os E L D 10s 2d.
Apples and Straw.
Five hundred barrels of Choice Apples
and 100 bales bright Oat Straw just re
ceived and for sale by O. M. Alden, Ohio
Store room and office rooms up stairs,
in the Cuhl building, on Ohio levee. Finest
store room on Levee. Cheap to a good
tenant. M.J. Howi.ev,
Real Estato Agent.
Denmark and the Garland.
The "Garland" base-burners for beauty
and utility combined aro unsurpassed by
any base-burner stovo ever put upon the
market. The "Denmark Retort Stove" is
the best ever tried for heating offices, stores
or large rooms. One in U3C at Henderson's
store for exhibition. The above-mentioned
stoves are for sale only bv C. W. Hcndcr
son, Commercial avenue, corner Twelfth
street, where also will bo found a largo
supply ot skates, all patterns, cook stoves,
hollow-ware, hardware, nails, etc., etc.
Make a Note of it.
Tho best assorted stock of Cooking and
Heating Stoves, Tinware, liar J ware, Hol
low ware, Cultery, etc., etc., can bo found
at A. Halley s, 115 Commercial avenue.
WINTER'S OLD RELIABLE OYSTER DEPOT.
Tho undersigned would respectfully in
form tho citizens of Cairo that ve are now
receiving daily, and tho only parties in
Cairo, direct from Baltimoro fresh oysters by
the can and from the quantity wo aro ro
ceiving and selling daily we are enabled to
sell them tor ten and twenty cents per can
less than any other house in the city.
Choice Standard, full cans, 40 cents;
choice Selects, full cans, 50 cents. For salo
at Winter's grocery, on Eighth
street, and at the Hotel Do Winters.
Parties can always relv upon getting them.
II. WlXTER & CO.
Ribs, Back Bones, Etc.
In quantities to supply tho wholo city
and country aro now for salo at tho packing
house of Ilinkle, Mooro & Hinklo, on Com
mercial avenue low figures; also leaf and
fresh rendered lard, salt meats, etc., at
lowest market price.
Forty Westminster baso-burncrs 'in uso
in the city and all give perfect satisfaction.
Sold only by A. Halloy, 115 Commercial
How sad when lovely women show by
Tho Death dart wielded, by the hand be
nign; How glad when death relenting, sheaths
And when Spring Blossom's used, at once
Think ot taking six bottles ot horrid
"Bitters" or nauseating "Discovery" to im
prove the complexion and relieve bilious
ness when one vial of Carter's Littlo Liver
Pills will do more good and a pleasure to
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To all who aro suffering from tho errors
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A Visit To Dumas.
Lucy ILiopei'a Pun. Letter.
Tho illtntritni Minimalist' bado us
welcome with , even etl'usivo warmth,
shook handd with u most cordially, and
declared that his friend was very wrong
not to have apprwed him of our com
ing beforehand, so that he could havn
shown us through the house himself.
Had wo seen every part of it? the
library P the drawing-room? tho picture
gallery? If wo ehoso to go all over it
again, ho would bo most happy to ac
company im. But wo disclaimed any
Intention of occupying O much of his
time, so he declared that ho must tako
us over his Swiss chalet. This pictur
esque strueturn ra bought by him at
the Universal Exposition, was put up In
his garden, aud now serves as a place
of deposit for a portion of his over
whelming wealth of artistic treasures.
What a delightful Jialf hour ensued!
Duiuai talks as wolFaho writes, and
there is nstraight-forwanlness and frank
ness about him that is altogether capti
vitting. Ho is a fino-looking man, tall,
and of vigorous physique, with bluo
eyes, a palo yet hetilthful-looking com
plexion, and prematurely silvered hair
tind mustache. " The chalet to which ho
conducted us was so crowded with pic
tures, busts and figures In tftrecuite,
and other curiosities and works of art,
that it would have taken a wholo day
to inpect them all. Ho pointed out to
us a ghastly picture of a dead woman
willi Tier baby trying to draw nourish
ment from tho lifeless breast, a study
by Delacroix for one of tho groups in his
jlassfirrr. of Scfo. Then he showed
us a veritable art curiosity in the shape
of a three-quartered figure of St. Luke
painted by .MeUxonier in IKoS to fill an
order for a publisher who w:w getting
up an illustrated edition of the New
Testament. Thi picture wa.s sold by
the artist for 600 francs.
When we returned to the house, M.
Dumas kindly brought down from his
bedroom the gem of his wholo colfec
tion and displayed it to our admiring
cazo. It is tho famous "Artist at
Work," by Melssonier, painted in 1852,
when his talent was at its apogee, a
small-sized picturo of such marvelous
perfection of execution that "tho sense
ached at it" And yet it represents
merely a painter in black cightecn-cen-tury
costume, with his unpowdered hair
gathered into a club behind, seated be
fore his easel with his back turned to
the spectator. This picturo originally
sold for '-',000 francs, was purchased
somo years rtup by M. Dumas for 1(5,
000, and witliTii tho last few days ho
has refused 60,000 francs ($12,000)
otl'ored for it by a picture dealer.
Well, it is worth it. It is a Meissonier
of firt quality, and such a work as
tho old man no longer has tho patience
or. perhaps, tho ability to execute.
M. Dumas told me that he could '
never write in Paris, ns ho was exposed
to interruptions. His just completed
three-act comedy, which ho wrote in
six days, was composed at tho country
house of a friend. Iu provisional titlo
is "Tho Princess of Bagdad.',' It is in
tended for the Comedie Francaiso, ano!
Mile. Croizotte i.s to tako the part of
tho heroine, Lionctto. Ho laughingly
remarked that ho did not write for
young girls, and that his own daughters
had never seen any of his plays till
Mile. Colette profited by her mnrriago
to go to see tha "Fils Naturel." He
spoko rather bitterly of tho fact that
"La Dame nux Camellias" had been,
played fully 8,000 times in the United
Slates since it was first produced, and
had never brought him in one single
farthing. I agreed with him heartily,
for tho non-existcnee of copyright laws
in our country, so far as tho writings of
foreign authors aro concerned, is a
shame and scandal. IIo took from his
writing-table and showed us a model
in bronze of a broad, powerful, fleshy
hand tho hand of his illustrious father,
nnd also a model in the same material
of an exquisite female hand, that of tho
well-known wator-color artist, Mllo.
M ailele i no Lemaire. And so, charmed
with our visit, and still more so with
our gracious and courteous host, we
took our departure
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