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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN
OrrlCIAL l'Al'KK DK I' I I V AN 1) COUNTY-
KNYKKt'.n AT T1IK I OCT OKKIC IS CA1110, IL
MNOIS. AN SKOONll f LASS MATTKll.
TAEEU BUG'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
No. Commercial ave., Cairo, 111.
LOCAL WKATIIKfl ItEl'OKT.
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Seri;t Signal Curt i, U. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
:.i litis c.il'.i:nii. uut win ;u-r:i.:i', i-u!i
Now 15illiii.nl tuition.
Mr. Joseph Stcagula has taken possession
of tiu- building foimcriy occupied by Mr.
Duu'l llartnian, on the cornel' of Sixth
street ami Commercial avenue, and liV
established therein a billiard saloon amr
restaurant. He h:ia repaired the building
internally, making changes iu the arrange
inent to accommodate his view and. furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for iu u first-class establishment,
he has f paired no pains to make his place
one oi the most attractive resorts in the city,
an 1 invites ail to come and see him.
Oysters! Fish! Ganie!
Fivsh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred I Bulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct lrom the
packers, by every express. Fish of fill
kinds constantly on hand and always l'rcsh.
The "lied Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. I'oiiKiiT Hewitt, Ag't.
OvK.it 153,000 Howe scales sold. Bor
den. Sellcck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo.
Elei tro-Yup.or llatn.s.
Sure cure for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsia and all derangements of the system,
li itli rooms, 1-,'ij Commercial avenue, over
Tiber's jewelry store. Terms: Single baths,
$1.00; six br.ths. fl.OO. Trvthetii.
W. II. Mahkas,
Iloimeputhic Phyai' ian.
At Pat Fitzgrerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
potter and other wines may be enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Pat. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a buss down to n
sulky, all in a first-class condition, as well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable figures on a moment's
notice at his "Horse M inson". His placeof
ausiucss is in connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
Mr. Fred Koehler's Ilntclier Shops.
Mr. Fred Koehler's two butcher shops,
tke one up town and the other down town,
on Eighth street, are both constantly stock
ed with the choicest fresh meats and sau
sages of every description, lie has suc
ceeded by fair dealing and excellent goods
in establishing for liimulf and enviable
reputation and a good trade. His places of
bu-incss will be open until ten o'clock a. ui.
and from three until nine o'clock p. in.
IX.IW.H Tiir.v CO.
Wintf-r's old reliable oyster depot have
reduce 1 the price of oysters to li, !!3 and
43 c for choice selects. Mobile oysters
n bull; received daily and for sale by the
idozeii, hundred, quart or gallon. Kemem
her th stand.
Winter's Oystkii Depot,
On Eighth street.
'i bales oats straw; 5,000 pounds choice
roll bitter, at ','0 cents per pound ; 200 bids,
apples, at $1.00 per bhl., for sale by G. M.
Alden, 7S Ohio Levee.
Flection Notice. Delta City Fire Com
pany. Tin; annual elec tion of officers of this
company to serve for the ensuing year, will
be bell Wednesday eve., Jan. rth 1881.
Ciias. Osteiiloh. Sec'v.
Cairo, Jan. 3rd
Bucklen'ii Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kiuds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'H aha
coiTiii miu p.
To vhom it may Concern.
Dry goods merchants, grocery men, and
all others aro hereby notified not to sell
goods on my account to anyone, without a
written order signed by myself, as I will
not pay any bills for goods purchased
without my written order.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcca In thcn coliimn, tin ci;ti per line,
eacli lntertlon. .Marked
Mr3. Snyder, of St. Louis, is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. M. P. Fulton.
The Turner society will give a grand
Masquerade Ball on Mardi Gras. 11
The wife of Mr. I. L. Ilarrell is down
with a fever, but not seriously.
The little boy of Mr. James Barclay is
very low and not expected to live.
Homcmber that your gas bills must be
paid to-day if you would save the discount.
The Port Eads will be the next boat,
which will leave this port for New
Mr. Green P. Gainer, formerly a resi
dent of this rountv, but now of Chicago, is
in the city.
A pleasant social gathering was had in
the Fourth ward last night, at the residence
of Mr. Wm. Melumm.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a Jarge stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
Mr. John Taber, formerly of this city,
iiit now of St. Louis, is in the city on a
Sleighing was again made possible in
our city yesterday by the snow which fell
during the night proceeding.
The Delta Fire company will elect its
officers for the ensuing year to-night. Be
member this all ye who arc members.
Pulaski ounty proposes to call on the
people of the state, through the legislature,
to build a court house at Mound City.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
Dick Oglesby has his eye on David
Davis' seat iu the senate, but the broad
shoulders of Shelby M. Cullom obstructs
Mr. N Ilice-aiid little boy have been
utllicted with a revere cold for the last
three or four days. His wife is a'so afllict
ed in the same way.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Woodward will
accompany their daughter, Miss Tennie,
who returns to her school iu the northern
part of the slate this morning.
Mr. E. C. Ford yesterday removed his
variety bracket store from one door above
Ilartman's, to one door below Henderson's
hardware store on Commercial avenue.
Mr. Pat I.aUy proposes shortly to com
mence the erection of a frame building on
Commercial avenue, in the upper portion
ol the citv. winch he w;li occupy as a
Jennie June chirps cheerily as a
cricket on the health of the rulls. cuffs,
farthingales, and thing; we my. might,
could, would, should or shall wear tiiese
Mr. Allcoek.of Champaign has arrived
iu the city aud will in the future occupy
the positiou of Mr. W. W. Wallace, yard
master of the Illinois Central rsilroad at
this end ot the line.
Absolutely nothing of iinportanco was
yesterday evening done by the council
only the routine business being transacted.
Aldermen Patier, Saup and Lin- gar were
the absent members.
The circuit court, Judge Biker pre
siding, has been in session since Monday.
TJie judge is holding the present !don
for the purpose of hearing arguments on
motions for new trials.
Two offenders appeared before judge
Olmsted yesterday. The first, who was
charged with drunkenness, was fined one
dollar and costs, and the second, charged
with vagrancy, was discharged.
The Metropolis Democrat would be
pleased to see lion. I). T. Lincgnr placed
in the chair of the present general assem
bly, since lie is the peer of any any man in
the assembly in point of ability.
The last victim of the roughs is a
white man named Albert Grundy, an em
ploye at the Illinois Central railroad pass
enger depot, who was struck in thu head
with a sand bag, but not seriously injured.
Mr. Walter Warder has purchased the
two-story frame house, lot !)'), block SO, on
Cross street, known as the Andrews prop
erty. He will renovate and change the
house to suit his purpose, and will occupy
it as a residence.
Mr. CO. Patier and family celebrated
his torty-second birthday on New Year's
day, at the residence of Squire Osbem.
Mrs. Osborn's sixty-first birthday came on
the same day, and the two families took
this method of having a pleasant time to
The present interruption of navigation
is somewhat interfering with the- business
of the enterprising liquor firm Messrs, It.
Smyth & Co. The firm has thirty barrels
of whisky on the way, the anival of which
is being prevented by the frozen river
A man named Charles Allen, a resident
of the upper part of thu city, jumped out of
the si cond story window ef his boarding
house night before last, in a crusted condi
tion of mind, lie made the rounds of sev.
eta! squares and finally tan up tj un engine
on the track of tho Illinois Central railroad
and coaxed tho engineer to tako him aboard
and run away with tho cngino. Ho was
taken in custody and put back to bed.
A dispatch received from Captain
Thorns, by Will Smyth, from St. Louis
yesterday, states that the captain is again
O. K. he having left the Hotel Dieu, at
New Orleans, in perfect health. Ho will
be hero to take his boat, tho Iligley,- out
after the departure of the Port Eads.
Owing to the fact that the approaches
to tho river are very slippery und danger
ous, and that the roads aro in an ugly con
dition, the water carts have disappeared
from our streets and some of our people,
who depend upon the carts for water, are
considerably unconvenienced thereby.
The Springfield State Journal says:
''Mr. Thomas L Joy, of the Cairo Daily
Nows, w hich he has been compelled to sus
pend on account of lack of adequate sup
port, announces his candidacy for doorkeep
er of the house at the coming session of the
legislature. Mr. Joy, though overtaken by
disaster, is anxious to place himself in a
position which will enable him to continue
the Woekly edition of his paper and ulti-
Imajely revive the daily. His claims are
i-'iiuueu 10 consmerauou.
" The old habit of jumping on the cars
while they are in motion has again been
thoroughly revived by the boys of this city
and is being ext-nsively indulged in with
impunity. Thos. Henry, colored boy
about fifteen years of age, jumped onto the
cowcatcher of an engine yesterday, holding
himself fast on the coupling rod as he rode
along. All went well until the engine
pas-ed over a crossing when the rod, jump
ing up, came down upon the small finger of
his right hand, cutting it entirely off.
The frame of the new Convent school
building is up and has received two coats
of paint. It is showing up well ami would
be entirely finished in a short time, but we
hear that the Sisters' funds have tun short,
which will be likely to retard the work.
If this report be true and any movement
should be inaugurated by the Sisters to
obtain the money necessary to finish the
tho institution we hope and feel sure
that the citizen" of Cairo would respond
liberally and cheerfully, since they fully
appreciate the noble efforts of the Sisters.
The Casino society recognizing the
fact that "pleasure is the only end to
which all human powers should tend,"
cordially invite all to attend their mas
querade ball at Washington ball, on
the 18th inst., and trip it as they go on the
light -fantastic toe. The committee of ar
raiiLrements, which is composed of Mes-rs.
John Kieh!er, Henry ILuenjeager and
Philip Ileim, with an eye solely to the
amusement of the public, have already
made every needed arrangement. Some
very handsome costumes will be displayed
on the occasion.
The Springfield Monitor mentions the
arrival in that city, of Mr. F. M. Young
blood on the Alton midnight train and says
"This arrival precipitates on the democratic
caucus the man who shall have the barren
noinlnatin of speaker. The friends of P.
K. Duti'ec of Decatur, James Herrington of
Geneva, and Youngblood of Benton are at
work. Mr. Herrington was the candidate
two yi ars ago, and cares nothing lor the
honor now. Durfee made quite a reputa
tion during the last session, and is a bril
liant aud promising young statesman.
Youngblood has been both in the house
and senate, but he is not regarded as a pro
gressive democrat, and can hardly hope to
secure the nomination."
A day or two ago a copy of "The
Western Sun," published at Albany, Texas,
and yesterday a coj, v of the "Ava News,"
found their way to our exchange table.
There is nothing very remarkable about
these newspapers except that the one is
ably edited by a gentleman named Wiley
Summons and thy other is equally as well
edited by a gentleman nanml Scott Single
ton, and that both of them were for a long
time employes of Tin: Bn. litis office.
The intellectual atmosphere which has
surrounded this olllee since our connection
with it has been productive of many an
intellectual giant. We my this with our
usual modesty iu tho most prominent part
of the paper.
-A granger member of the Illinois legis
lature has prepared and will introduce a
bill at the coming session to prevent dis
crimination in passenger fares. He calls
attention to the fact that from where he re
sides it costs him five times as much to go
to St. Louis or Chicago as it does to go from
one end of the state to the other. He says
that after an excursion rate has lasted be
yond one week it becomes discriminative,
and he wants it stopped. The bill pro
vides that whenever through excursion
rates aro established, all intermedium
points shall have a privilege of a prorate
or proportionate reduction. Another pro
vision of the bill, all drawbacks or rebates
after nun week, nro to cease and become
void. This patriotic granger is said to own
passes over all the roads, but never ules
This is the week of prayer and is be
ing observed by tho Presbyterians and
Methodists together. The meeting to
day will' be held at tho Presbyterian
church when priyer will be offered lor the
Church of Christ, its unity and purity, its
ministry, and for revivals of religion.
During the succeeding four days the meet
ing will be held in the Methodist church
and the themes of prayer will be its follows
Ihursdny, 0. Christum education;
prayer for the family, Sunday schools,
and all educational institutions;
for Young Men's Christian associ
ations and tor the press. Friday, 7. Pray
er for the prevalence of justice, humanity
and peace among nil nations; for the sup
pression ol intemperance and Sabbath de
secration. Saturday, 8. Prayer for Chris
tian missions and the conversion of the
world ti Christ. Sunday, 9. Theme, on
tint Ministration of the Holy Spirit.
Commenting upon the complimentary
notices which Hon. F. M. Youngblood has
received from the press of the Eighteenth
district, since he has announced that he is a
candidate for speaker of the house, the
Shawnee News says: "Marion Young
blood has had more taffy and less genuine
reward than any democrat in Egypt who
has served his party so faithfully. If he
can subsist upon such tempting vacuums,
while the well-filled llcsh-pots roe given to
others, why, for gracious sake, let him have
them, and keep down a row. However,
Youngblood is one of the ablest democratic
leaders in this end of the state, and we
doubt if he is sucker enough to continu
ally and ferever consent to be gorged with
undiluted wind. If Youngblood wants
the democratic nomination, we are for him
that far." 4
In our innocence and ignorance of the
world we ha 1 hoped that the mellow and
graciom season of the Christmas-tide would
have lifted from our heart the cause oi
overburdened uie, which has cast a gioom
about the straight and narrow path whi'di
we have trod duriny; the year just pit, for
really it is a grievous thing to Ijc frown'!
upon by the greit. We have been for
months past, impaled, as it were, by the
judge of the supreme court, on the icy
goulin of silent contempt. For days, yea,
weeks and months, have we wooed this
erring child of fate with all the impetuosi
ty and fervor of our youth. But, alas, with
out favor. He has not even deigned toex
tead to us the inspiring hope of personal
recognition. This woeful isolation is griev
ing our young heart well nigh to despera
tion. Yet, in tha kindness of oui heart,
we live to wish the Judge a happy new
year. During the trial of the man lied Dil
lon, yesterday, there was gathered in the
court-room a crowd of his associates, which
excited the comment of every one w ho saw
them. They were a picturesque crowd in
a certain sense', any one of w hom could not
fail to tako the premium wherever
it were offered to the most
disgUiting thing in human shape.
All were dressi.nl in greasy rags of the same
uncertain color, and their hands and faces,
nppciired not to have felt Water
and soap sine; a mother's I. audi performed
that, to them, unpleasant duty. But their
faces, especially, showed that they
were vicious men whose coneiences
were blunted from disuse and with whom
the right cr wrong of an act was an insig
nificant matter. In short, their very looks
proved them to be a band ot vampires
against whom the edict of excommunica
tion from the corporate limits of the city
should immediately go forth.
On December QSth, a steamboatman
entered Tin-: Bci.lltin office and off-red to
sell us a ticket to a ball which, he said,
the steamboatinen intended to give at
Washington hall on January (Ith, with the
intention of raising funds that would en
able one Keiiben A'hberry, formerly an
employe on the steamer Oakland, to reach
his heme, The fellow said that Ash berry
was lying at the hospital
in a pitiable condition with both
Iii3 feet frozen and had not improved
since entering it several weeks ago. Al
though we questioned him closely, th-; fel
low told a straight story, but we now
learn from Dr. Carter that no man with
frozen feet has been in the ho-pital nor
has applied for admission and, hence, it is
very plain that those who purchased tickets
for the ball, have been fleeced by a sharper.
We may say here, too, that it is a well
known fact that no man ever enters the
hospital without receiving the best of
medical attention and careful nursing and
the unintended reflection cast upon
the sisters of the hospital by the publica
tion of the fellow's story is very unjust.
We teel some delicacy in referring
again to a matter that has been so often
referred to in the past, but the circum
stances are such as will justify the refer
ence. The Soct family is still in the same
condition of want and misery as they have
been heretofore and, if possible, are n ow
more in need of public charity than
they have been. Yesterday Mrs.
Soet, with tears in her eyes,
appealed to neighbors for the necessary
food for her sick husband. She has not been
idle all these weeks, but leaving her bed
ridden husband, she sought and found
washing to do, and has thus managed to
supply absolute necessities for a few days.
Mr. Soet has been slowly but constantly
growing worse and is given up as hopeless
case by tho attending physician, Dr. Carter.
Ho might, at first, have been taken to the
hospital, but not wishing to leave Ids wife,
ho did not avail himself of the opportunity
und it is now too Into for him to enter there.
We are aware that much has already been
done by outside parties to relievo tho suf
ferer, but this assistance has como from ton
small a circle and could, therefore, not be
of long duration. The people ol
tho city should be appealed to
by gome of our prominent ladies, who have
a reputation for having largo hearts and
willing hand and who always succeed in
undertakings of tit is kind. It is to bo
regretted that in our city, whero food,
clothing, medicines, money and kind peo
ple aro plenty, there should bo a single
helpless sufferer fr in want, own were ho
The trial of Bed Dillon, the white des
perado, who was arraigned under the state
law, on the charge of being a known thief,
terminated yi-aterday afternoon in the
Eighth street supreme court, and resulted
in Dillon oeing fined one lrindred dollars.
This was as it should be. Th" squire as
sessed the heaviest line possible and there
by, for once, gained the t,pp!ar.se of mI 1
lovers of peace and order. Dillon is per
haps tiio most dangerous character in the
c'y. It is known that he recently knocked
down and robbed a steamboatman who
afterwards refused to appear against him
and not a great wjiile ago he followed a
drunken man who was bound for Mound
City, and between that burg and this city,
knocked him down; robbed him and, be
lieving him dead, placed him upon the
railroad track. He has been guilty of
every imaginable misdemeanor and is ever
piepared for any violation of law, as are
those d' whom he is the acknowledged
leader. It is to be regretted that the fine
of one hundred dollars will only retain him
in th.r county jsil for twenty days.
Toe weather prediction for December
iu Verinor's Almanac proved so nearly
correct that we copy those for January from
the auie authority. If the reader cut it
out and note it as the month goes on, he
will see how far such predictions are en
titled to attention. Heavy snows at the latter
end of December give good sleighing from
Montreal to Washington, Di-trict of Colum
bia; a cold snap during the first quarter of
this month will preserve the sleighing
during that period. Blockades from snow
about the seventh and eighth. Exceeding
ly few rainy days during the month. The
second quarter of the month will open with
heavy snowfulls, and terminate in a cold
snap. The middle of the month will bring
snowfalls, which will be followed by mild
er weather towaid tiie end of the third
quarter, and a thaw. With the interruption
of a brief cold spell the thaw will extend
from about the ISth into February. The
month of January will be a severe one, and
will remind the ancient inhabitants of the
old-fashioned winters ''we read about." The
reader will remember that for "snow " we
may often read "rain;" but if January
proves as cold and inclement as the pro
fessor anticipates, the snow may extend fat
down toward the gulf.
In the January number of Scribner's
Monthly there is an excellent editorial
reviewing Hayes' administration, ami also
speaking of the good that may be accom
plished by Gartield. The writer says that
the present incumbent has won the title
'Rutherford, the Good." This expresses
better than anything we have seen the
general opinion of the present administra
tion. Hayes has not been grand or bril
liant, or shown any marked qualities of
greatness, but he has been good. Not
always firm or decisive, and very far from
being original he has at all times been
dignified, gentlemanly and kept the White
house free from scandal. If his adminis
tration has not held the world in awe it
has, at least, not been very attractive to
"political adventurers to wine bibbers, or
to loateis of any sort." Democrats will
never countenance the fraud by which
Hayes was made president, but now, that
he is about to retire they aro willing to
bear testimony that his efforts to give the
country a pure administration, has been
appreciated and applauded by all true pa
triots. Scoffers may laugh at his temper
ance proclivities, and Ingersollism jeer at
his letters in the Sunday School Times,
but morality is not so old fashioned that
!hc American people will think any less of
him on that account. Indeed it will be
rather the reverse, and the student of his
tory will find much to commend in the
present executive and much to Mush for in
the acts of his predecessor.
Win. J. Winfield, Syracuse, N. Y., re
ports the following: My little girl was
alllicted with Croup in its worst form. She
by chance fiot hold ol a bottle of Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil and helped herself,
"as wo thought too freely," but am happy
to state its use entirely restored her from
that most prevalent and dangerous of all
the childrens' ills. Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
Ip you auk tired taking tho large old
fashioned griping pills, try Carter's Little
Eiver Pills and tako some comfort. A
man can't stand everything.
W. E.Mii.i.Eu, of llellvue, Ohio, says:
I have been troubled with Asthma, nnd
received no relief until I procured your
"Only I.ung Pud." I can recommend it to
any one having the asthma. See Adv.
YOCUM & MIODERKJK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO - ILI-.S
on hm.k it TiiM.ri) , re. of food Oirmine nmi
li mile. went ..r Ilia 1(1,1. he.:tloii !, Ilijfurn
out ufwhli'li one acre liHl)wn tuld'U oil corner
lor ImryluR ernuml. Will mil at a t-rcut liureati,
lor i nsh or irmlu lor Hock of hiiv kind. M. ut roe
at I'luiilrr' Hole! .Iiitiinirv SlU'to Kith, or Villi
Kldt'e Jauuary lllli and Uih. 1. H. JIliuWN
rjrilE CITY NATIONAL BANK
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