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THE DAILY CA1UO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MOUNING, JANUARY 18, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTERED AT TTIR TOST OFKIC IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, A8 BKCOND-CLA8B MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPKR OF CITY AND COUNTY
Largt Circulation ot any Daily In
LOCAL WEATHER KKI'oHT.
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Hum. Wind. Vel Weather.
Maximum Temperature. S4u Minimum Tom
psruture 17o: Kalnfall. 0 no Inch.
Kivcr, 18 fed u Inches, Rise 5 Inches . ,
Seru't SlBUtl Corns, U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices iu ttiip coliiimi, nvo cunts per Him. each
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL,
It should Ito borne in mind tliat the
Cassino society will givn a grand musiiuer
ado bull, at Washington hall,
on the lSlli inst., which
they proposes to make a really first-class
and enjoyable otl'air. 'AH those who desire
to attend can obtain mawjiieradu suits at
Turner's hull. All improper characters
will bo rigidly exclude!. Tickets can be
had at Paul f. tfehuh's, Goldstino& Boson
water's, Dun Ilartman's, Meyers' Cheaj)
Store, Swolmdn k .Schulte's ami of the
membcts of the Society.
Pay School.. fur Hoys ami Girls.
Nijht school for persons enaed during
the day, and lessons in Latin, German,
French, music, book-keeping and penn
manship, by Prof, and Madame Floyd,
Walnut st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
New Billiard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dau'l llurtman, on the corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, and lias
tstablished therein a billiard saloon ami
restaurant, lie has repaired the building
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in a lirst class establishment,
he has spaired no pains to make his place
one ol the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come ami see him.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, tine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Bulk oysters re
ceivetl daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cmis, direct lrom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Ked 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. Uoiikut Hewitt, Ag't.
Over 133,000 Howe scales sold. Bor
den, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo.
Sure curt for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsia and all derangements of the system.
Both rooms, 12S Commercial avenue, over
Taber's jewelry store. Terms: Singlebaths,
$1.00; srx baths. $3.00. Try them.
W. H. Markax,
At F'at Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may be enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Put. Fitzgerald, nt the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; ami horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a busB down to a
sulky, all in a first-class condition, as well
as saddles and riding regalia, may bo had
at the most reasonable figureson a moment's
uotice at his "Horse Manson". His plaeeof
ausiness is in connection with the telephone
bnd all orders received thereby will receive
DOWN TIIKY (10.
Winter's old reliable oyster depot have
reduced the price of oysters to 23, !J3 and
43 cts for choice selects. Mobile oysters
in bulk received daily and for sale by the
do zen, hundred, quart or gallon. Kemem
ber the stand,
Winter's Ovstek Dki'ot,
On Eighth street.
Wood anil Coal,
A full supply ot Indiana coal, as good rm
Pittsburg, just received from the mines and
for sale at $-1 00 per ton delivered. I will
always have on hand a s toe's of this cele
brated coal; also daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
for sale. Apply, at the C. & V. K. K. yards,
t . M. Ward.
Buck Idu'x Arnica Salve.
The best salve iu the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
letter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, ami
all kinds 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 Gico. R. O'Hara
con; h fYUtT.
New York Store Number Is 82
by telephone. Send your order for goods.
Remember we sell goods less than any
other house in Cairo. Try us. Goods de
livered prompt. Buy where goods are sold
100 bales oats straw; 5,000 pounds choice
roll butter, at U cents per pound; 800 bbls.
apples, at $1.00 per bbl., for sale by O. M.
Alden, 78 Ohio Levee.
Choice white sugar at New York Store
Morgan & Co., have a largo'quantity of
good seasoned wood for sale, in lots to
suit purchasers. Leave orders at the otlico
ot Hannon & Co. Sewing Muchiue Dealers,
New York store is the place to buy your
dry goods. All prices are marked down.
Goods must be sold to reduce stock.
Closing Out, Boots and Shoes.
Having a very largo stock of wiuter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ladies'
and Childrens' sewed and pegged Boots and
Shoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin to arrive soon'. If
in want of anything in my lino I would ad
vise you to call on mo before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invito all to call and see for
themselves. C. Kouii.
No. 90 Commercial avenue between Fifth
and Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Only $5.1)0; Strait Goods. Try it.
IfiO aerna fine land in Pulaski county,
one mile southwest of Villa Itidgc, about
thirty acres cleared. Title perleet.
M. J. Howley, Heal estate agent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In these columns, ten cents per line,
each Insertion, llarkad
Mrs. W. P. Barclay is home again.
Mr. Geo. S. Fisher is confined to his
homo with the mumps.
Prof. Boicourt's band will furnish the
music for the Cassino dance to-night.
Mr. Elija Dickerson, of Commercial
Point, is very ill and not expected to live,
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
Since 1809 no governor of Illinois or
appointed governor has been a native of
Hon. John H.Oberly lclt for Bloom
ington by yesterday afternoon Illinois Cen
The steamer Gus Fowler is again ex
pected to make her appcaraucc at this port
to-day or to-morrow.
-Hon. I). T. Linegar returned to this
city from Springfield Saturday and left
again by yesterday afternoon's train.
Mr. Geo. Wilson yesterday took posses
sion of the Delta House which he will oc
cupy as a boarding house and saloon.
-Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a largo stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
-The ice in the Ohio river having now
nearly disappeared, the wharf boats will
probably again be brought to our levees to
day and river traffic be re-opened.
Read notice of Boicourt's livery stable
lor sale or trade. Any person, with city
property or a farm or cash to invest in a
stable, cannot find a better opportunity.
Check books, nceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tue Bulletin oflicc.
Mr. T. B. Harrison, of Mound City, a
fine worker in wood, has tho contract for
constructing the front of Mr. Louis Her
bert's house, which he is erecting on Eighth
The steamers Gold Dust and City of
Alton wero yesterday taking on freight from
the levee the wlmrfboats not yet having
returned. They will leave for the south
The ball to be given by the young
people at the Hibernian engine house, for
the benefit of Patrick Naughton will take
place on Thursday, the twentieth inst.yiiot
the twenty-second, as some seem to believe.
The transfer steamer Junius S. Mor
gan has not missed a single trip during the
time of tho passage of the heavy ice in the
river, which is proof of the nerve, good
judgment and general competency of her
pilot, Captain Sandusky.
Sara "stands in with tho boys." Sho
disburses the funds with both bauds in
giving entertainments to actors, artists,
literary men, journalists and bohemians of
every degree, ami is not half so bad as
Borne of tho goody-goody folks would have
Mrs. CO Patier yesterday received a
dispatch from Chicago, conveying tho sad
intelligence that her mother, who has been
illforsomo time, is about to die, having
already lost the sense of hearing and the
ability to speak. Mrs. Putier left on the
afternoon train yesterday for tho bedside of
Power's Galley Slave combination
will appear at the atheneum Friday and
Saturday next, ami produco tho thrilling
five-act drama, "The (Jalley Slave." Tho
company is an exceptionally good one, and
hss won laurels wherever it has appeared.
The Now York Herald Bays: "Every seat
and box at Haverly's theatre was filled last
night, and, if applause is proof of appre
ciation, 'Tho Galley Slave' is a successful
play. It contaiusmatorlalB and characters
that should make any play succeed. Mr.
Campbell was called to tho front after tho
strong climax at the end of the forth act."
The R, E. P. society of Moiind City,
which is composed of tho best young
people of that place, purpose to give a
masquerade ball, at Stokes' hall, on the
fourth of next month. Many ot our
young peoplo will probably receive Invita
tions to it, and a gala time Is expected.
For the benefit of those who attended
the New Orleans ministrol show at the
Atheneum last night, we may say tnat the
full-faced, heavy-set gentleman, who oc
cupied ono of tho boxes and was more in
terested in tho audience than in the per
formance, was Joo Robarts, the oditor of
the Pulaski Patriot who invariably col
lects subscriptions in advance
Several changes have taken place in
the clerical department of Mr. C. It. Wood
ward's irou store. MissMusa Green yes
terday assumed tho position of shipping
clerk in tho establishment, which position
was vacated by Miss Laura Rennie, who
took tho position formerly occupied by
Miss Lou Christman. Miss Christraan has
taken a position ou ono of the wharf
boats. From the St. Louis Herald we learn
that the Cairo and St. Louis railroad has
just had built ono hundred and fifty new
box cars which have a capacity of holding
ono hundred and twenty-five barrels of
flour. These cars are larger than those
usually mado for narrow-guage railways
and, as will be seen, can carry as many
barrels of flour as the box cars of the
The Illinois board of health are begin
ning to do a little practical work. Tho
other day a half dozen quack doctors were
stricken from the rolls and thus cut short
in their fatal raids on suffering humanity.
Let the good work go on. Tho health law
is ono of the most important in the statute
book, and it should bo rigidly enforced.
Human life is too sacred to bo tampered
with by quacks and surgical butchery.
A piano tuner, from Mound City,
went from house to house yesterday and
the day before in a drunken condition, in
sulting the bidies of the houses which he
entered,.- At several places he insisted on
tuning the pianos notwithstanding that the
ladies of tho house most strenuously refused
to let him touch their instruments. He
should have been given tho "grand bounce"
from the city or locked in the cooler.
Mrs. Byrnes, a worthy widow woman
with six children, is offering tickets for the
radio of a cottage on Twenty-seventh street
and llolbrook aveuue. She is driven to
this act by the fact that a mortgage upon
her homo is about to be foreclosed and she
is without the necessary money to meet it.
She oilers the tickets at ono dollur each,
which is reasonable enough, and those who
purchase them may rest assured that their
money serves u noble purpose. Mrs. Byrnes
deserve to meet with ovary noUUIIIgUluv.lll
from the public.
Bear in mind that the Cassino's mas
querade ball takes place to-night at Wash
ington hall. Quito a large number of
tickets have been sold and many masquer
ade suits have been engaged for the oc
casion. Hence it is safe to calculate that a
large crowd will bo in attendance. Tho
members of the society have put their best
foot foremost in this affair, and intend that
it shall outshine any of their former efforts.
No improper characters will be permitted
in the hall.
There is an appliance known to mod
ern journalism as tho towline. Just what
this is as applied to a great journal is some
what difficult to define. Suffice it to say
that it is a sort of intangible forco which is
applied to obstinate and retractive objects to
bring them into their proper moral, social
or political channel. It has como to be,
although exclusively claimed by a St.
Louis paper, a necessary appliance to every
well regulated newspaper. But its efficiency
depends to a great extent on the moral
influence wielded by the journal which
adopts its use.
From last night the central telephone of
fice will be perpetually occupied and connec
tions will be mado at any time, cither day or
night. Mr. John Clark has charge of the
instrument from seven o'clock p. m.
till seven o'clock a. m., when ho will be
relieved by two ladles, who will have
charge during tho day. This arrangement
certainly adds much to tho usefulness ot
the institution and may render it invaluable
in particular cases. Tho system is now in
thorough working order and becomes more
popular as its value becomes more-, ap
parent through n proper use of it on the
part of Kiibscribers.
The impression seems to have gained
ground with a few that Mr. Oberly will re
move to Blooiuington bouio of The Bullk-
tin's job type, job presses and other attach
menls of the job department, which will,
to a certain extent, cripple Tun Bulletin's
job department. This impression is crron
eous. Mr. Oberly will tuko only one of
the two largo power presses and nothing
more out of this ofilco. Tho job typo
which ho takes with him formerly com
posed tho job ofiice of Mr. A. J. Alden and
was never a part of tho furnituro of Tub
Bulletin job office. Our joboffico is as
complete as it ever was, and we aro fully
able to do thrco times tho work that Cairo
can lurnish and do it better than any other
ollke in the city. Wo retain all our job
typo and job presses and one large cylind er
press, and are as well prepared as ever to
do the largest us well as the smallest work
in tbe best and most rapid manner.
As stated in our former issue the
negro Thos. Clark, who keeps the gambling
house iu tbe building immediately below
Barclay Bros.' wholesale drug store
on the Levee, was a few days ago fined
one hundred dollars by Judge Olmsted.
But it scums that this is not to be the end.
A warrant, charging him with keeping a
disorderly houso was yesterday sworn out
against him, which he will be requested to
answer to-day. Clark seems to have
gotten into the house of a gentleman who,
like tho neighbors 'roundabout, do not
appreciate his ways, and are theretore en
gaged in the laudable attempt to rid the
Levee of his obnoxious presence.
At tho atheneum last night, the New
Orleans minstrels held forth, to a full
house. Tho reputation of the company
and tho magic ot its name, drew well and
each member of tho organization, sustained
both admirably. Thcfe was not a feature
in the entire performance which did com
mand the closest attention and unfreigucd
interest of all present, which was frequently
shown by sudden bursts of hearty laughter
and applause. AVo have no doubt that
those who attended, without exception, feel
entirely satisfied with what they received
for their money and anxiously look for a
speedy return of "Haverly's New Orleans
Now, about this time of tho year, the
conscientious law-maker conferreth sol
emnly with his constituents and gocth up
unto the halls of legislation, armed with a
formidable bill to prevent the sale of dead
ly weapons to minors; to prohibit the carry
ing of concealed weapons, and various
other equally wise provisions relating to
firearms which do go off on divers occasions
and slay much humanity. But the bill
passcth not, or it passeth and is never en
forced. And behold! the minors and those
who are known as hoodlums, do laugh such
projects to scorn, while tho law-abiding
public tcarcth its beard and cricth: "When
shall the end of this thing be ended? "
Lato dispatches concerning tho pros
pects of the bill looking to the improve
ment of the Mississippi riverare not such
as to incourago the friends of tho scheme.
Before congress assembled hopes of the
success of the measure were high, and it
was believed that there would be no great
difficulty in securing a handsome appro
priation, especially as tho object was one
of recognized importance; but, as day after
day has passed by without any decisive
action being taken upon the bill, tho hopes
of its promoters and well wishers have
suffered a mournful decline, and now it is
considered almost certain that, in spite of
all efforts, it will fail utterly of passage
On Saturday afternoon last, the janitor
of the Temperance reading room had oc
casion to leave tho room a sh "U1C'
Th"-" " hut utile ure in the stove when
he left, but during his absence, some evil
disposed person, either with the intent of
setting fire to the building or injuring the
appearance of the hall, which has lately
been newly painted and papered, filled the
stove full of coal to the top and shut off
the drafts. The consequence was that the
pipe of the drum down stairs as well as the
pipe of the drum up stairs was blown off,
and had not Mr. Harrell, who keeps the
furniture store neit door, happened into
the room when he did, the building would
shortly afterwards have been in flames.
Some idea is entertained of who the guilty
Gen. John McDonald, who was in this
city a few weeks ago, canvassing for his
book exposing the secrets of tho great
whisky ring, is now in Springfield. The
last time tho general was in that city was
at tho unveiling of the Lincoln monument,
at which lime General Grant was also in
the city and tho two were then on the most
intimate terms. Since then things have
somewhat changed and McDonald, besides
having an experience of several years in the
whisky ring, has also a good knowledge ot
a convict's life in the penitentiary, gained
through the failure of Giant and his friends
to keep their promise towards him. His
eighteen months in tho Jefferson City peni
tentiary is Kiven in a very descriptive man
ner in his book ot which many Cairo people
are in possession.
General Haskell and his army ho
who recently paid his respects to this city
is still holding the fort at tho crescent city.
Tho New Orleans Times says of hira:
"And there came a man among them an
actor turned preacher out of the circus
ring and off tho boards ot a theatre to the
pulpit. Such is Jonathan S. Haskell, who,
with his wife Harriett Newell Haskell, tor
some tnno past has conducted at their own
expense a free gospel mission at No. 34
Annunication street. Now, to extend his
sphere ot doing good and of saving souls
by preaching to and not at men, and by
telling plain truths taught by experience
with vice Iind not merely loarnod in
theory, Mr. Haskell has engaged tho
varieties (lato Globe) threatro, where, every
Sunday evening, beginning at 3 o'clock
noxt Sunday, ho will have mission proach
ing, to which he invites all free. In addi
tion to tho preaching there will be a drill
by about two hundred ot tho children who
attendjiis up-town mission, and singing by
a choir of about fifty voices, led by Misa
Boll King and Miss Kate 'Weaver. Mr.
Haskell intends to make the Globe a 'little
church around the corners,' and hence,
expects actors and actresses, and, in fact,
all professional people to attend."
A clear head and quick action must be
possessed for steady and successful effort ;
but who can have suoh while suffering from
Cold? Uso Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and
procure immediate relief.
Enquire by telephone for prices at New
York store, for your family groceries, and
then buy of tho cheapest store. Goods de
livered prompt. U. O. Patier & Co.
HON. D. T. LIN EG Alt.
In another place wo publish an editorial
from tho Chicago Tunes, which is a com
plimentary comment upon the bill intro
duced by Hon. D.T. Linegar in tho Illinois
legislature. Tho bill meets fairly an
important question and proves that tho
author of it has a correct conception of what
is needed in the matter of taxation. Mr.
Linegar is a man of ability, whoso knowl
edge of law, long acquaintance with public
affairs and ability to thoroughly master
great problems, makes him ono of the most
valuable members of the present gen
eral assembly. He has matured
plans of action; never undertakes to do
anything without having many good
reasons for it, and is able to present his
views in a clear, forcible way, which
never tails to convince the sceptic. A man
of his food judgment and energy, can
not fail to make himself felt in the posi
tion he now holds, and we predict that
ho will not Mash up like a meteor in the
political sky, and as suddenly drop again
into obscurity, but will attain and hold a
prominent position before the people of
P. & W.
Patier & Wolf's best flour best in Cairo
only $7.90. Every Barrel Garanteed or
money refunded whitest of the white,
Lilly White. Choice Extra family flour
AN IMPORTANT BILL.
INTRODUCED BY HON. D. T. LINEOAR IN THE
The following is an editorial comment of
the Chicago Times on the bill recently in
troduccd in the house by Hon. I). T. Line
gar. It will be seen that tho Times takes
a comprehensive view of the bill and urges
its immediate adoption.
"A revenue bill has been introduced
by Mr. Linegar which proposes to tax the
gross arnings of telegraph, railroad, ex
press and insurance companies. It pro
vides that these companies shall report the
amount of their gross earnings annually
to the state auditor, and fixes the rate of
taxation at 3 per cent., provided that rail
road companies earning more than $3,000
per mile shall pay 4 per cent, on tho ex
cess. Of course, the 7 per cent, tax ou tho
gross earnings of the Illinois Central is
not affected, as that is a matter
of charter contract not changeable by
statute. Apart from the rate of taxation,
bioh J simply a question of detail, there
is much to bo snil 1.. favor or tins
proposition. It is probable that such a
tax would yield enough revenue for stato
purposes, now that the state is out of debt,
and if so there would be an end of the
business of equalization, whereby certain
sections of the state ure always seeking,
and often obtaining, an advantage over
other sections. A tax on the earnings of
the classes of corporations named, applied
equally to all such corporations, whether
chartered by tho state of Illinois or by
other states, would be fair in its inci
dence, and would diffuse itself very equal
ly throughout the state, since nearly
everybody contributes, directly or indi
rectly, to the income of the corporations
and much in proportion to the ability to
pay. In addition to this, the tax would be
very easily coiiectou, ana as
it would oe pain io a
small number of ofliccr3 the liability to
loss by defalcation or otherwise would be
comparatively small. This tax, unlike an
income tax, would not be so far inquisito
rial as to be obnoxious. The public has a
certain right to known the state of afl'airs
of corporations, and the state, in requiring
an anuual statement of their gross earnings,
would require no more than tho public
ought to know, and no more than the com
panies ought voluntarily to publish.
For these reasons Mr. Linegar's bill is
deserving of respectful and very serious
consideration. Its general purpose is good,
and the legislature would do well to accept
its principle promptly, and devote its atten
tion chiefly to tho rate of tax and other
matters of detail."
Are those whom a confirmed tendency to
biliousness, Biibjects to tho various and
changeful symptoms indicative of liver com
plaint. Nausea.sick heudacho, constipation,
furred tongue, an unpleasant breath, a dull
or sharp pain in tho neighborhood of the
affected organ, impurity of tho blood and
loss of appetite signalize it as ono ot
the most distressing, as it is
most common of maladies. There is, how
ever, a benign specific for tho diseases and
all its unpleasant manifestations. It is tho
concurrent testimony of tho public and the
medical proprofession, that Ilostetter's
Stomach Bitters is a medicine which
achieves results speedily felt, thorough and
benign. Besides rectifying liver disorder,
it invigorates tho feohlo, conquers kidney
and bladder jomplaints. and hastens tno
convalescence of thoso recovering from en
feebling diseases. Moreover it is the grand
specific for fever and ague.
Wliittaker's Star Bams.
.At New York Store, 10X cents Amos
& Co.'s Lilly Hams, 10 cents. Buckwheat
flour, plain and self-rising
LXK SALE, Tho Window Winners n:Umuki
w uu uuuutiu puiming ApiJiyai UK! nun
4 fl ACRE FA RV P(H) un j iv rn
1UU Terms. The lurid U situated, four 'mil
went of Hudcs Park, Macros In niltlvsilon. t,
riMIECITY LIVERY BTAllLK U nn,.r,.,i vi
L HAI.K, or will trwla fur cliy or coiuilry pruii
erty. Th oulnt Includes burn. hore, csrriuvK
wHjrons, lluruixm. elc, etc., nil compline, win,
cluur title lo llu ur. piirtv. For Inl'onimllon u u
terms, etc., apply at the City Livery MhI.Ih.
Kxtraordluury Attraction. Tho rVliluuuUo
fcvunt of the m-umiu.
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PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOK SHIPPING.
Car Jjoacls a Specialty.
offic j-: :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
11 J a
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52 .rS - e
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
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At Seventy-five reuts per load.
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the best nnnmur wood for e.ooklnu iurpncafls we
thn rhniittt'itr .,,1,1 ft, Citiro. For hlmdr
mtlh's uau in suttlno tires, they am unctinull
Leave Tunr orders at the Tuiitu etruui woou yn