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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 181.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFKICUL, I'APKH OK CITY AND COUNTY
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thli column, flyo ceuti per Hue, each
160 acres fine land in Pulaski county,
one mile southwest of Villa Ridge, about
thirty acres cleared. Title pcrlect.
M. J. Howlet, Ileal estate agent.
To whom it may Concern.
Dry goods merchants, grocery men, and
all others arc hereby notified not to sell
goods on my account to anyone, without a
written order signed by myselt, as I will
not pay any bills for goods purchased
without my written order.
New Billiard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l llartmau, on the corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. He has repaired the building
internully, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in a first-class establishment,
he has spaired no pains to make his place
one of the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and see him.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Bulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct from the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "lied Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
forovsters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Roukht Hewitt, Ag't.
Oveii 155,000 Howe scales sold. Bor
den, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo.
Sure cure for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsia and all derangements of the system.
Both rooms, 128 Commercial avenue, over
Tabcr's jewelry store. Terms: Single baths,
$1.00: six baths, $5.00. Trvthem.
W. II. Mapean,
At Pat Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter 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
eet, with every variety of vehicles
" from a buss down to a
sulky, all in a first-class condition, as well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable figureson a moment's
notice at his "Horse Mauson''. llisplaccof
ausiness is in connection with the telephone
bnd all orders received thereby will receive
DOWN THEY 00.
Winter's old reliable oyster depot have
reduced the price of oysters to 25, u5 and
45 cts for choice selects. Mobile oysters
n bulk received daily and for sale by the
idozen, hundred, quart or gallon. Keinem
ber the stand,
Winter's Oyster Depot,
On Eighth street.
100 bales oats straw; 5,000 pounds choice
roll butter, at '20 cents per pound ; 200 bbls.
apples, at $1.50 per bbl., for sale by G. M.
Alden, 7 Ohio Levee.
J no. Bacon, La-porte, Ind., writes: Your
"Spriug Blossom"' is all you cracki-d it up
to be. My Dyspepsia has all vanished ;
why don't you advertise it; what allowance
will you make if I take a dozen bottles, so
that I could oblige my friends occasional
ly. Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'IIaiu
Saml'el II. Ihvin, of Utc Creek, Colfax
Co., New Mexico, says: The "Only Lung
Pad"' has done more lor my wife than all
the gallons of Cod Liver Oii, French or
American, she has taken, or all the Doc
tor's Medicines the has used. Sec Adv.
Doctors Never Agree.
Doctors never agree, but the general
public all do, that nothing cleanses the
Blood quicker than Spring Blossom. Price,
50 cents, trial size 10 cents.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nollnfn In thoM column, ten cnti per Hue,
each liuertlou. Marked
Fresh oysters at A. T. DcBuun's, 50
Mr. Henry Winter returned from a trip
to Carmi last night.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
largo stock at F. Korsmcycr's.
The installation of the officers of the
K. and L. of II. took place yesterday even
ing. Dr. C W. Dunning was in Missouri
the greater part of yesterday, on profession
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's 50
The meeting, at the Reform hall last
night, was purely a business meeting.
There wero no speakers present.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a largo Btock at F. Korsmeycr's.
W. M. Brown, formerly mayor of Anna,
recently left that place between two days,
lie left a host ot creditors behind to mourn
Two arrests for drunkenness wero
made up to midnight last night. These
were the only offenders, and sinco many of
tho rough characters have left the city no
serious troublo need be expected.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
Mr. Frank Stophlet, for some time
connected with the New York store, has
accepted a position in the house of Mr. E.
B. Petti t, on Twenty-eighth street.
At tho meeting of tho niberniau Fire
Company night before last the application
of Justus Cunningham, Esq., praying tint
he be admitted as a member, was pre
sented. Preparations are being made for a
ball to be given at tho Hibernian engine
house on the22d inst., for the benefit of Mr.
Patrick Naughton, who is down with con
sumption. The tickets will bo fifty cents.
Governor Long, of Massachusetts, in
his message to the legislature urges a more
thorough cntorcement of the liquor laws,
and is in favor of. the proposal to give to
property-holding woman the right of suf
frage. It is a pity that among all the big
footed people in and around Washington,
there is no man among them with nerve
enough to kick the scoundrel Giro in the
Potomac. Fdiberto! The name is enough
to stir one's bile.
"Hell hath no fury liko a woman
scorned."' Rather than confess her love
for Giro, Mrs. Christiancy makes a point
against herself and pronounce her very ad
mirable letters "taffy."' Yet they read like
the letters of a good woman.
For genuine pathos, the present solici
tude of Professor Greener in regard to the
probable future of Cadet Whittaker's au
ricular . appendages, has never been ap
proximatednot even by the marvelous
scintillations of C. Dickens himself.
The telephone has nlready proven it
self of value to us in the way of gathering
the particulars of minor occurrences, and we
hope that its usefulness in this direction
will increase every day. We shall consider
ourself under obligations to any one who
will communicate to us personal or other
items of public interest.
The other night Mr. V. M. Ostcrloh
came upon two negroes in front of his
leed store, on Commercial avenue, while
they were in the act of putting one of his
fine hogs, which they had previously killed,
into a sack, intending, of course, to curry it
off. Mr. Ostcrloh interrupted them in their
purpose and they escaped.
At a regular meeting of the Delta Fire
Company held Wednesday evening last,
the following officers were elected : J. Y.
Turner, president; F. M. Ward, vice-president;
C. Osteiloh, secretary; A. Swohoda,
treasurer; W. L. Perce, captain. Board of
directors: S. J. Humm, F. M. Ward, Geo.
Koehler, J.S. McGahey, Frank Spencer.
Mr. Wm. Winter, who lias disposed of
his photograph gallery to Mr. Frank
Mclvnight, was prompted to do bo by ill
health with which ho has been olllicted for
sometime past, lie will remain in this
city uutil spring when, with his family, ho
will take a trip abroad. He is as yet un
decided as to whether ho will return to
Cairo or not.
Messrs. Thos. McGown and John Bird,
ofGolconda, who passed through this city
on their way from Springfield yesterday,
honored The Bulletin offico with u call.
Messrs. Thos. and Robert McGown, who
have purchased tho material of tho Popr,
County Democrat office, will shortly pub
lish an independent paper in Golconda, to
bo named "Tho Golconda News."
A postal card to Mr. Kerlli, of this
city, from Mr. B. P. Livingston, formerly
of Cairo, but now the proprietor of nn
orango orchard in Florida, states that tho
thermometer was thirteen degrees below
the freezing point down there, during tho
first day of this week, and that much
damage has been done to fruit-trees in
various parts of the state. As
an instance he mentions the caao
a Mr. Harris, tho largest orange
grower in Florida, who refused au oiler of
forty thousand dollars for his crop, early
iu the season, and who has now lost fully
twenty thousand dollars' worth of his crop
by reason of the unusually cold weather.
Mr. Livingston has on orchard of about
twenty thousand trees, some quito and
most of them nearly matured, which will,
in a few years, yield him a splendid in
come, Died, at the residence of her Bister,
on Sixth street, Rebecca M. Bturgcs, wifo
of E. R. Sturges, at ouo o'clock yesterday
morning, of pneumonia. Tho funeral
services will be held at the residence of
her Bister, Mrs. G. Cloyne, at half-past
nino o'clock this forenoon, after which tho
remains will bo removed to Beech Orovo
ccmetary. Tho friends of tho deceased are
invited to attend,
Mr. Frank McKaight, of Paducah, a
very agreeable gentleman and an excellent
artist has bought out Mr. Wm. Winter and
will, commencing with to day, havo chargo
of tho Sixth street gallery. Mr. McKnight
comes among us highly recommended as a
gentleman and artist of superior ability
and, since ho proposes to carry a large pho
tographic stock and picture framings, will
doutless do well here.
On tho eleventh instant, and under tho
auspicious of tho Temperance club, a
number of our young people will give
tho first of a series of sociables and dancing
parties, for which ample arrangements
have already been made, and it is expected
that tho plan will find hearty support from
all who take any deliyht in social gather
ings of any kind. They will furnish ex
cellent amusement to our young people.
We mentioned the fact a few days ago
that a young man, who resides in the lower
portion ot the city, was engaged in writing
a drama which would shortly be produced
attho atheueum by homo talent. The time
fixed for its presentation Is Monday
after next and tho money raised thereby
will be donated to the Sisters of Lore t to
Academy and used by them in the comple
tion of their school building which is now
in course of erection.
The Pekin Times says: "It is finally
announced that Mr. John II. Oberly will
have editorisl and business control of the
new democratic daily which is to be start
ed in Bloomington January 15.. We are
exceedingly pleased with the selection of
Mr. Oberly, because we do most sincerely
desire to see the new daily be made a grand
success, and under Mr. Oberly's manage
ment that success is a thing assured. We
anticipate much pleasure in reading the
new paper, and await its appearance with
Plummer Martin, the negro who wits
sent to the county jail by Squire Osborn
about ten days ago, in default of the pay
ment of a fine of fifty dollars, for
disorderly conduct, was yesterday re
leased from the county jail and
taken before Squire Osborn where a second
charge of disorderly conduct was preferred
against him. He plead guilty to the charge
and was bent to jail for nine days, which,
together with an old fine which still stands
unpaid against him, will extend his term
-jf imprisonment to twenty-nine days.
A fire broke out in tho two-story frame
building on Commercial avenue, near the
corner of Fourteenth street, yesterday
evening about 5:30 o'clock. The alarm
was promptly sounded all over the city
and the lire companies wero all on hand,
but the flames gained considerable head
way before water could be reached. The
Hibernian company threw the first stream,
the others soon followed and before many
minutes the tire was put out. The house
was owned by a widow woman, Mrs. Mar
tin Fagin and was occupied as a boarding
house by her. Tin? house was not insued,
but the damage done was considerable. Its
contents were nearly all saved.
Mr.Thoin is Lewis yesterday circulated
a petition among the property holders on
Poplar street which prays the council that
it grunt the Cairo Street Railway Company
the right to construct and operato a stieet
railway on that street, between Tenth and
Twenty-eighth streets. It also asks, we be
lieve, that the right of way be granted on
Twenty-eighth street between Poplar to
Commercial, but of this we are not certain
not having seen the petition. The ener
gy which Mr. Lewis exhibits
would be commendable were it
well directed and coupled with the inten
tion of building a road of tho proper width
on Washington avenue, but the
peopla will hardly sanction his
present effort to build a road on
Poplar street. Firstly, becauso that Btreet
is already too narrow for tho accommoda
tion of teams and tho road would no
matter how well planked seriously inter-
tero with travel. And, secondly, becauso a
road that could pay expenses on a street
so sparingly populated, would be anything
but a credit to Cairo or any part of it. The
people aro decidedly in favor of a good
Btreet railway on Washington avenue, ex
tending from one end of tho street to the
other, and lire perfectly indifferent us to
who builds it.
Spite of somo prophesies to the contra
ry, Captain Eads, who is always victorious,
has obtained full authority from the Mcxi
can government to build a ship railroad
ucross the isthmus nt Tehauntepec, with a
million acres of land on tho Paeillic side for
the terminus. Tho successful engineer ar
rived yesterday in New Orleans. The pro
ject is a novel ono. Ships with their car
goes on board are to bo lifted out of tho
water, carried across tho land, and then de
posited from tiioir seat in the railway "cra
dle," and launched into the scion the other
side tho isthniiH. Vessels for California go
at present round Capo Horn. By Captain
End's ship railroad tho distance to San
Francisco will bo reduced 14,000 miles;
thero will also bo a saving of distance of
2,000 miles against the routo by tho Pana
ma railroad. In tho meantime, DuLesseps
is busy with arrangements for beginning
his Panama canal, by which ships uro to
bo taken on level water, not held up by
locks, from ocean to ocean. We have good
reason tho expect ships will, at last, cross
The Springfield Monitor says: "Tho
republican leaders iu tho Eighteenth con
gressional district aro evincing a good
deal of interest in the selection of a successor
to J. C. Willis, who has lately got to bo
a lamo duck in the Cairo revenue dis
trict. Thoy seem to be particularly anX'
ious to reward Hon. Dan Ilogan, a young
Irish member of the state central commit
tec, for his herculean efforts in that dis
trict in the last campaign. For the same
reasons which impel such republicans as
Congressman Thomas and Attorney-General
McCarty, to push Ilogan, the democrats
are open in assigning to deleat him. They
contend that it was Ilogan who worked
the district up from 000 to 1S00 republican
majority. It is now thought that Ilogan
will succeed, backed up as ho is. The
democrats are punching him in the ribs
every time he makes an effort, as they see
in Ilogan one of the most dangerous men
iu this district, to bo placed in position
where his opportunities for mischief to the
democracy would be so materially increas
ed." It is true that Mr. Ilogan is seeking
the position of Mr. Willis aud it is also
true that he was an active worker during
the past campaign, but it cannot truthfully
be said that he was more active than
many other gentlemen we might name. In
Southern Illinois he is generally known
by the men of both parties as an enthusiast
without capacity of mind, whose efforts,
though perhaps many, were weak because
illy directed. Tho statement that he
"worked the district up from COO to 1800
republican majority" will be a genuine sur
prise to Mr. Ilogan since lie is unable to
name half a dozen persons who directly or
indirectly have been converted to his party
through his efforts. We do not say this be
cause we would not be pleased with Mr.
Hogan's appointment as collector, but men
tion it simply because there is nothing par
ticularly wrong iu telling the truth. He is
a genial gentleman with whose appoint
ment we would be as well please 1 as any
that :ould be made.
MRS. GREEN'S GOSSIP,
WHICH I'liOVES THAT she is ANYTHING 11 it
what huh name indicates the he
cent EXCTHSIoN Tn CAIHO ON Till. O. A- V.
It. 1!., AND OTII Ell MATTi'.l'.S, PLEASANTLY
I might begin by stating that we have
just passed thiough an i-y period, with all
its concomitants, deep snow, howling north
winds and the like, but it is unnecessary.
Of course your mercury fell as low as ours,
and you dreaded getting up in the morning
as much as we did.
The one great holiday of the year is past,
with its sacred associations aud joyous
customs, its delight for the good children
and half tearful anticipations fur tlr.; bid
ones. In this country halt the toys pre
sented on that day, are already broken up
ami scattered. In France all the bonbons
have disappeared, but in practical Ger
many, though the events have gone the
way of their kind, there are tons and tons
of knitted mittens, sacqucs and inuflli.Ts,
slippers and schoolings, to say nothing of
head rests and sola cushions, which will
last many a day, as reminders of the indus
try ot the eager little fingers which fashion
ed them slyly at school.
The custom of having Christmas trees,
extends even to this particular locality,
where there were two, if not more. Per
haps the manner of decorating them ami
distributing the gifts, was not just accord
ing to general usage, but if the interested
parties were satisfied, the world need not
Nev Year's day is rarely paid any par
ticular attention in rural districts.
A short time ago the Cairo ' and Vin
cennes railroad kindly ran an excursion
train down the road, and Darius and I. in
coaimon with the rest of the rustics, hoard
ed it at tho nearest station, in expectation
of a delightful journey to the little Delta
City. The upper counties, particularly the
one adjoining ours, wero well represented,
tho pcoplo young and old, married and
single, being out in full force. Thoso in
our coach, wero a harmless, jolly, rollicking
set, perfectly self-possessed, and as much
at homo as could he, cracking jokes and
sending personalities back and forth, as
freely as though in tho retirements of their
Our little group, of perhaps half a dozen
neighbors, endeavored to talk with each
other, but very soon learned that we must
clevato our voices to tho loudobt pitch, and
incrcasd the volume ot tono to the greatest
lung capacity, if wo would bo heard ; so we
desisted and preserved unbroken silence
the rest oi tho way Tho last word
I said was when I told the lady in
front of mo that Mr. Green intended to sur
pnso mo with a new cloak, and osked her
to help me select it that day, Her lips
moved, but her response was inaudible be
cause of a voice across the aisle calling out,
"M'rier, shut down on that chin music in
stnnter!'1 I was startled at the thought that Darius
would daro to speak so to mo before
btrangers, but had the presence of mind to
outline a lecture on propriety, as I turned
to fasten my piercing orbs upon him. For
tunate circumstance; ho was Innocently
talking to a man in tho snmo beat ; but tho
thick nocked close cropped masculine just
back of him was smilng from ear to are
and intently observing something or some
body half way dowu the car. An extra
loud burst ot laughter from a gay party
thero and a playful shake of tho auburn
head of ono young woman as she called
back, "you jist shet up your-eif, Jim!"
proved that the first remark had not been
intended for me.
Arrived at tho city, shopped, dined and
shopped again; this last accomplished with
great difficulty, because of the unusual
number of customers in the stores, which
prevented us from getting many things
we wanted; and yet when tho time was up
and wo all rushed down to the train, what
a motly lot of bundles wo brought away !
enough to havo astonished St Nicholas
himself, from silver thimbles up to monster
rolls. Some of the lorijs of creation took
bricks homo m their hats in addition.
Others, more independent, openly lugged
their solace along in "little brown jugs"
two-gallon capacity, but after a cool survey
of us hurried on through, candidly avow
ing that that wuzu't the place for them, by
One tawny haired, red eyed individual
managed to ascend the steps and, once in
the car, bulged toward the brakesman,
saying with an imbecile gim, "Garfield's
hie the man hie fur niel Damn who
you're fur hie." No reply being vouch
safed, he weakly repeated, "o!e l'el' hie,
I say Gar hie field's the man fur me.
Damn hie who you're tur hie!" I was
too astonished for anything, for Darius has
always said the democratic party originated
in the other place, the sulphurous regions,
in fact, while his is the great moral and ed
ucational party. Why, he even calls it
heaven-born, and yet lu re was one of its
avowed members drunk as 'hunk could be,
and a green bottle peeping from his
lie passed beyond hearing just as a seedy
personage with a better day's air about him
was mot at the door and adroitly disposed
of by the brakesman, who slyly put his own
cigar out of sight, while accosting the
other as "Captain," and blandly informing
him that no smoking was allowed there;
wasn't the car ahead the one he was louk
in for I think if lie had called him
"Colonel," he would have finished his cigar
on the cow-catcher without a murmur.
Titles are so mollifying. It was a trilling
circumstance, but it lest me into a '.rain of
thought concerning two men of the present
tune, Darius and 1.'. S. Grant.
Thoy are in the same situation exactly:
their taste and desires are iu excess of
their titles and purses, and if Mrs. (leant
sutlers so much from it as I do. hi; has mv t
sympathy. I wish from my heart congress
would get to work and create military j
titles f accompanied, of course', with pro
portionate pay) lor both of them. Mr.
Green's discontent really made me wretch
ed till I heard of Mr. Grant's, for I feared
ho was unreasonable and rather grasjji.-,;.
and tried to soothe and quiet him.
"Darius," I would say, "don't you think
you ought to he satisfied with the glory and
pay you got as an oflicer during the war:
Don't you remember how the papers men
tioned the bravery of the gallant Second
Lieut. Green And you got through the
whole without a scratch, except the bullet
hole in your hat brim, dear; aud here you
area stout able-bodied man. the owner of a
U'oo l farm well stocked, and oh, Darius!
you have me to help you and sew your
buttons on and take care of your socks."
But there s no use. Dariiis, though pa-
tnolic, is not sentimental, you could melt a
snow man easier, and he is not a groat
talker, but once get an idea in his head
there it stays till he carries it out. So his
answer was always the same, viz: that ho
nan risKca ins Hie in saving the I mon,
afterward as justice of the peace, and since
as juryman, even, though he knew he was
liable to be waylaid and beaten by the con
demned men's relatives; ami yet after all
thoso hardships here he was, stranded on
the cold, ungrateful world, without an
"But, dear," I sometimes ventured, "you
forget the farm." "Hang the farm!" He
would exclaim, "That's just it! Do you
suppose I feel like settling dowu to
work after going through what I have? It
is too slow. It I hud a fixed income of
Bufiiciet magnitude to allow mo to travel
some, to speculate some, and have enough
time left to accept invitations to visit my
rich friends, it would oe worth living. I
could run the farm intelligently too, be
cnuso I'd tako a trip to Norway to see huw
thoso fellows manage our reapers and
mowers, and I'd drop down here and there
iu Europe to find out just how they get
along raising sheep and horses. I'd learn
all sorts of things; there's nothing like
travel iu foreign lands to develop latent
talent and suggest new ideas.
I was afniid somebody would find out
how Darius felt about it; but now that I
know ho is not alone I look at it differently
and, (hough in my innermost self, urn a
little doubtful us to the propriety of it. I
hope his ami Mr. Grant's wishes may bo
My thoughts wero suddenly interrupted
by the rove nod movement of thecals, and
the brakesman hurrying through with his
lantern. Wo learned that the engine had
been vinlcutly signaled to run back, which
it did for quito a dlstanco beforo it was
discovered, that thero was nothing nmro
serious than that tho engineer was tho
victim of an unknown would-be wag, who
lia-1 thought to amuse himself forcing tho
train backward up a long dowu grade, tho
foot of which we had not reached, nor even
the head, as it turned out.
Soon wo were gliding forward as usual,
and the gossip concerning all tho families
within fifty or seventy-five miles, was taken
up where it had been left off. Finally tho
iron-horse drew up at our depot, where wo
alighted well pleased with the day after
all- Mas. D. Gheen.
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XV Y011K STORK,
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TJIK CITY.
(iOODS SOLI) VEIIVCLOSE
C. O. PATIEK & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth streot ) f'.iii'n Til
Commercial A venue j V UllUj 111.
MILL AM) COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
IIlcrheHt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
YOCUM & BRODERIUK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
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