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THE DAILY CAIRO B CJLLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2)5, 1881.
NEW SERIES NO. 178.
Mayor-N. B. Tliistlewood.
Treasurer Kdward Dezoula.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
CouiiHi:lor--Wm. II. tlllbert.
Murxhul J. H. Kobiiisoii.
hiiahu or ALIJKKMIN.
Klmt Ward M. J llowley. I'ttor Saup.
Siji-oinl Ward-David T. Linear, Jesse Hlnkle
Third Ward-Kelierl Smith. H. F, Dlukti.
Fourth Ward-Charles O. I'atler, Adolph Swo-
bKifi'k Ward-T. W. Ilallldav, Erntist B. Petti t.
Circuit Jiidt!-J. J. linker.
Circuit l.'lrk A. 11. Irvin.
County J udceK. S. Yociim.
County Clerk 8. J. lluinm.
County Attornay J. M. Hmnroii.
County Treaun:r Miles W. Parker.
SlierllT John llodKU.
Coroner K. r'itzi:eraiU.
County Commisslonera T. W.
M. (iilibs, Samuel Urlley.
Ualliday, J A,
i EN Kit A I. DKI.IVEKY open 1 :: a. m.; close!
I a::) u. 111.: Sunday: Mod a.
Money Order Department open at 8a.m.; closea
at f ti in.
. Through Express Malls via Illlnoli Central3:40
Ml.Hl.nlnnl Central itullroads close at 9 p. tn.
Cairo and Poplar Hluff TbroUKh and Way Mall
cloi 11 at 1 p. 111.
vi.,11 vti. Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln
cenm's and Miss.ssipbl Central Kailruads close at
':: p. ni.
Way Mall fur Narrow (jauo Hailrond clures at
8:. 'iii 1. in.
Cr. id Evansvllle Itlver Route closes at !!:3u
p. m. daliv (except Friday).
IT M 11 A TT I m A 1) T Yi T T Tn U
Assurance Society of tlie United States.
10 BROADWAY NEW YOEK
"5 I- - a
w '2 s
C S (J
TEW YORK STORE,
W1IOELSALE AND KETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TJIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
C. O. P ATI EH CO.
A FKICAN M. E.-Fourteentli ureet. beten
A Walnut and Cedar ftreet. ; m-rvtrej hahhatli U
a. m. andT:Jp. m.; Sunday School 1 ) p. m.
t1IRlsTl.N-Eli;ht.-eiitli ureet; mcetini; Sah-
bain M )p. m.; preaclilui! orcai-lonally.
CIICRCII OK THE REDEEMER Epl.copa!)
Koorteenth Mrwt; Sunday Morning prayera
jU-3 a. m ; tveninir prayer. T::Vi p. m. ; Sunday
arbool a. m. Friday evening prayer . : p. m.
l-'IRST MISSIONARY HAITI ST CIICRCII. -r
Freacliliitf at !::) a. m.. :i p. m.. and 7:;i p. m.
SaMmth ebool at 7: P- m. Rev. I.J. Sdor. ..,
Jl'THERAN-Tlilrteentli .ireet; n.rvhe. Sati
j tilth 1 a. in ; Mtinday m liool 2 p rn. Itev.
MKTHODIST-C't.r Klhtb and Walnut "tr. eta ;
I're-i-hing Sa'iliath l'i:.i a. ni. and 7 p.m.;
prvr tiK-tlng. Wednesday T::v p. m.; Sunday
School. K a. m. Rev. Wliittaker. pai-tr.
1)KF.SHYTEKI AN -EU'lith ftre't; preaching on
SatiUth at H:iJ a. ki. and 7:p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednendav at 7:'p. tn .; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Rev. It. V. ' ieor;e, pa.tor.
HAITI ST - Fifteerth
vlce Sat'hatU at :) and 7:.)0 p. u.
OT JOF.IirS-fRoman Catholic) Corner CrcM
O and Walnut .tnetf, ier-l'-e. SaM.ath 10:ia.
n.; Sunday Si hon! at i p. m.; Vefper J p. m.; r
r ice. ev ry' day at 0 p. m.
iH,inin Catholic) Corner Nlmh
and Wai-hingt-m avenue; ervlce Sah-
oath!) and lo a m. ; Vei-peri-1 p. in.; fnnoay m-i
i i.. m. .ervlce. every day at n p. m. Rev. Sl.iMel viti
i'mM CIIUISTIAN 1 E VI' ERA NCI
l i'hm' l.,wi. If n.L-iiiar weeklv rnetin.' In
the hail of'lhe Cairo Temperance Re'rorm Cluti. rv
ry 'I hurfihiy afternoon, at S:J' o'clock, hvery
bo'Jy l Inva'td to attend.
The Popularity of the Equitable Lite Assurance Society,
indicated by the fact that for Eleven years its average an
nual New Business has been larger than that of any other
Company in the world, is due, in a great measure, to its well
known promptness in the payment of Death Claims, audits yOGUM & I'.RODERICK,
nib' never to take advantage of technicalities where an -Dealers in-
I rt m i t v -r- 11 - i 1 IT S t'XT
o T A I LL AND P AiN U 1
HOW IT WAS DONE.
Although not nnulo at this time it in
cortuiri tlutt Gov. Cullom will appoint Win.
ii. Ivoimiwm, ot tuirucld. us Hon. John II.
OU;rly's successor on the railroml and
warehousB commission. Much pressure is
hciii hrotioht on the governor to dissuade
him trom making this appointment, but
Itoliinsim seems to have the inside track in
such a way that tlio governor cannot help
inrnsell it lie so desires. bt. Louis Republican.
In reply to the above the Mt. Carmel
Kcffistor savs :
"Mr. Robinson has received the appoint
ment and it remains for the Register to
explain how he secured 'the inside track in
such a way that the goverpor could not
Mr. Cullom is an avowed candidate for
the seat of U. S. Senator. David Davu
whose term expires in ISS.'l, and the state
senators elected in 1880 hold over and
assist in electing Judge Davis' successor.
Mr. Tanner, of this district, is ono of the
holding-over senators. The district was
regarded as a very closo ono, but tho Weak
ness of Dr. Shirley, the democratic candi
date, in his own county was expected to
carry Mr. Tunner triumphantly through.
Hut the result of the Maine election and its
depressing efloct immediately thereafter
upon the republican party in all sections of
the Union, alarmed tho stalwarts of this
Cor. Nineteenth street ) lvf Til district fur tlio mifctw r-f ll.rie annutnri.il
Commercial Avenue J v m j
Washington, Jan. 21. District Attor
ney 151'ss succeeded this morning in con
vincii g the attorneys lor tho plaintiu" in
the case of Samuel Stanton vs. Secretary
Schurz that they had no cause of action.
The secretary not having given orders for
Stanton's airest, they stipulated to discon
tinue the case, payfhg their own costs.
Washington, Jan. 21. The vote in
committee on reporting favorably the Grant
retirement bill was as follows: Ayes
Senators Logan, Burnside, Plumb and
Cameron of Pennsylvania. Noes Sena
tors Randolph, C'ockrell and Grover. Tho
other two democratic members of the com
mittee, namely, Maxey and Hampton, are
absent from tho city the latter having
been called to South Carolina, a day or
two ago by tho dangerous illness of his
ftre'-t. between Walnut aud Cedar ctreclH,
cmiiiaijie ciaim exists.
Asa GUARANTEE of this, and to counteract the perni
cious influence of a technical policy, adhered to by many
companies, the Equitable makes ALL ITS POLICIES, old and
new, throughout the United States.
After the policy lias been in force for three years.
Washington Avenue, Coi
C-UKO - - ILT.S
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
"The Equitable Life lias paid since its organ-
:in- ization to January 1st, 1!M!0, 51,882,736, and
closed its Looks upon that date without a con
tested or past due claim.
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
QKOIUIE II. LEACH, M. I).,
Physician aud Surgeon.
,iui .tiniiiinti iiiiid tn the Hiimeopnthic treat
men! of apical dinea-en. aud dineaces of women
aud etiildreu. ,, , .
nitU'e: No. M KiirhtO utroet, near tommerdal
avenue, Cairui lllf. '
II. MAREAN, M. I).,
Ioint'oiathic Physician and Surgeon.
nfflea I'M Comiiierrlal avenue. ReMdenco corner
Fmirteeuth M. and Va!iiinitm veuue, Cairo.
Cai' Loads a Speeialtv.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
TONTINE SAYINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life insurace to a degree before
E. W. W1IITL0CK,
DrnrK No. ISfi Commercial
Eighth aud Ninth Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFKlCK-Elu'litU Street, near Coramerrial Avenue.
IWthe late report of the Insurance Connnksioner for the
states of Massachusetts and New York, the Equitable Life Commission Merchants
Assurance Society shows the following strong points:
c w I nnri) fiT 4 1 v ivniiiv
f 1AL it, "Ullil v 11:1 i
Highest Cash Prire Paiil for Wheat.
nE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HAI.L1DAY, I'n'dldcnt.
' II. L. UAI.l.IDAY, Vlce-Prvnldcnt.
1UOS. W. 1IALI.IDAY, C'&eblcr.
I. HTAATfl TAYWIB, W. P. IIAIJ.mAY,
HENKT I.. HAU.II1AT, . II. ('I'NNINUHAH,
0. D. WIUiAMHON, HTKI'lIEN 11IHH,
-The Equitable has a larger ratio of assets to lia-
l.lities than any of the leading companies.
SECOND The Equitable saved more of its income last year
than any other company.
THIKP The Equitable's death rate was less last year than
any other of the leading companies.
FOURTH The Equitable realize a higher rate of rent, or
interest, on real estate than any other company.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND HOLD.
TheSociety takes pleasure in referring: to the following well known business
men insured in the (society, eoninoslng an
ADVISORY BOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:'
DouoMterocdlvod and a general tanking bunltiesB
Obtained for new Invention, or for lmiirovomenla
on old wiled ; for medical or other emnpuunuv, irauc
tlllirka mill liillilln. ChVI'HIM. AHUlL'lltlH'Utl'. llltlT
fereneea. Atmeula. Htilta for liifrlnirementi", and
all 1'aneii arlnlnir under tbo Patent I.iiww. tiromtit'
Iv attenileri tn. Invention that bnvc been
K V I lOC'T ITi y "18 HBlent Oflleo may "till,
XXVj'I lAjiriU n moKt caxeK, he natunled by
tin. Bui nil oiioalt tlio U. H. 1'atont Depaiiment,
and oiiKHL'i'd In I'ntcnt himlneii excludvelv. wo can
nuiKU eioner aenreiiea, and K'curu fnteuia more
jiromptly. and wltli broader claima, than tboau wbo
HALLIDAY, Caeblur City Natloinl
FKASK L. OALIOHEU, Cairo City mill.
J. M. l'llII.LirH.l'reiiliU'Utnttmdiiy Al'lillllp
Wliolocale and retail drug-
of Btratton & lllrd
WALTON W. WUinilT. of G. 1). Wllllnmaon.
&, t:o., Iloat stores and C'oinnilf ulcm murclianta
FUANK 1IOWK. of C. M. IIowo & llroa., pro-
Vlnlnli' auu inuiiiiLu.
E UN EST II. I'ETTIT, Oroct-rlua. quuonswiirm
SIMI'SON II. TAllEIl, of Tabor Ilro., manu
1'iie turlnn Jewelers.
WILLIAM I). LI1TET, Apslslant ponlmaaler.
W. K (IOUL80N, Pry sooda, fancy gooil and
TIIOS 8. TAHH, General merchandise and
JACOIl liriKiEU.of llurRer Uros. dry Rooil
JOHN srilOAT, I'roiriel(ir "Sprnnfa KnfrlR
GEO H.'.LENTZ, Superintendent Cairo City
IIKHIIE1IT MACKIE. of A. llncklo A Co.'a
are remote from Waahlnirtnn.
lui a model orokotch f
' Vltll ilnulnn urn llit.lrii nw.
amlniitlons and advise t0 nntviitabtllty, freo of
charxo. a "''-ioiuenro mrletly coiilKlenllnl.
l'rtces low, a in ii n unless I'atonl Is-securod.
urn renir II v asnilii'tuii. tn n..n l.
Oenoral I). M. Key, Hi-y. F, D.powr The (Jt,rnmn
American rtatioimi nana, 10 ornelala In tho IT, 8.
Patent OlUco, and to Seimtora and Kepresmitatlves
InCmiRrnss: aiidospeclallytoon, clients In every
Htato In tho Union and In Canada. Addroii
O. A. SJNUW&CO..
Opposite Pat nt Office, Waibinaton d. 0.
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
mo a oove itonm or to
B. A. BURNETT, Agent,
Comer Twelfth St., and AVashiiigton Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W.N.CRALNE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and tho
Territories, 10 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
CJimVulntc, and tlicn it wns that Mr. Cullom
placoil lii ruse I f in the power of Mr. Iiolii-
son nnrl his friends.
Mr. U. wits tlio republican candidate for
Mate's attorney of Way no conty. The pro
position suVmiitted to Governor Cullom wus
this: Mr. II. would withdraw from the
race fur state's attorney, and devote his en
tire time to the service of Mr. Tanner, and
that gentleman, in the event of his election,
was under a pledge to support Mr. Cullom
for U. S. senator in 1883. For his sacrifice
(?) in behalf of Tanner, and, a9 a natural
eonse(uence, Cullom also, Robinson was to
receive the appointment of railroad and
warehouse commissioner, vice Oberly, dem
ocrat. Cullom acceded to the terms, hav
ing first satisfied himself that Robinson was
in league with a distinguished democratic
ollieial ot Wayne counlv, who, it was
thought, could influence enough democratic
voters to support Tanner to make that gen
tleman's election sure.
At tho convention in Olucy which nomi
nated Dr. Shirley, the democratic candi
date, leading Fairfield democrats repeatedly
gave assurance that Shirley would prove a
hundred votes stronger than his party in
Wayne county. If they spoke the truth,
the distinguished democratic friend of
Robinson, Tanner and Cullom certainly
lone his work well, for while Hancock
carried the county in question by a major
ity of 141, Dr. Shirley's majority was but
78, instead of 241, as it should have been,
ro that eighty or more democrats were in
fluenced to vote for Tanner. We may here
remark that the distinguished Wayne coun
ty democrat to whom we have made refer
ence was one of the most out-spokcu sun
porters of Dr. Shirley in the Olney conven
tion. l!ut bad faith is a characteristic of
a certain coterie of Fairfield democrats as
it is of all Fairfield republicans.
The Republicans having been successful,
the removal of John II. OUerly, democrat,
from the railroad and warehouso commis
sion was determined upon. A number of
men wanted Ihe place, but two only were
making a serious fight for it Judge Hell
and Mr. Robinson. The former was sup
ported by the brains of the republican party
tho latter by John It. Tanner alone, who
held Gov. Cullom to the bargain entered
iuto in the early part of October, and Rob
inson secured tho prize.
That one filling tho position of Chief Ex
ecutive of the great state of Illinois should
stoop to trade and dicker with such men us
Robinson und Tanner, may seem stranrro
IliON AVOKKS t0 S0Im'i but astonishes none who know
Gov. Culloin's craze for a seat in the United
States senate, and to attain it ho will un
hcsitatinnly slaughter the best and purest
men of his party, and rxalt to high placs
those whose unfitness for oflico is known
National Bank Dividends.
The comptroller of tho currency has de
clared a final dividend iu favor of tho
creditors of the First National bank of
Duluth, making in all 100 per cent, and in
terest. IIo has also declared a dividend of
'JO per cent, in favor of the creditors of tho
First National bank of Delphi, Ind., making
in all 80 per cent.
The senate confirmed Horatio J.Wolfe,
postmaster at Fostoria, O.
C) P" F 1 C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MILL AM) COMMISSION.
TTlOUNDRY, MACHINE S1I01
J-1 STEAM FORGE.
an 01110 i.kvk.e. caiuo.ima
John T. Ileimie,
T AVIN'O establlsbed his works at tlie above men
Damage by Ice in Hie Ohio.
Louisville, Jan. 21. The river was
gorged yesterday at Twelve-Mile island.
It broke lust night and the ice was heavier
than at any time since it has been running.
Two empty barges were curried away from
Cook, Holl'nian & Littrell's landing nbovu
JefTersonvillc. At J. T. Pu fly's coal land
ing it sanks two barges of nut and slack
coal. The coal was owned by Byrne &
Speed of this city, and the barges were
the property ot Jake Bonner of Pittsburg.
W. B. Murphy & Co. had a barge swept away
from their landing at Biook street contain
ing about 1,200 bushels of coal. Tho
barge belonged to John A. Wood & Son of
Pittsburg. The Transit caught four empty
barges this morning, supposed to be from
Madison and has gone down the river after
the barges that were taken off by the ico
The ice has continued to run heavy sinco
11 o'clock, and the oldest river men say it
is the heaviest they have ever seen pass
here. At 3 :l!0 o'clock the shore ice on tho
north side of Towhead island let go its hold
and started down the river and carried four
empty Pomeroy barges away which were
moored there. It came down tho south
shore and tho head of it struck tho steamer
L nited Stales, lying alongside of tho
wharf-boat and came very near
taking her off in its mad career. She had
Kteam at the time and several new lines out,
and the engineer started her engines ahead
with full power, and by this means and her
line she was held at tho wharf-boat. Ono
of the Pomeroy barges, taken away from
Towhead island, is aground on tho gorged
ice on Corn island above tho bridge. Tho
other three passed on down the river. An
empty barge passed down the Indiann
chut. It struck the right-hand chan
nel pier and caved her side in,
and passed over the falls. The coal floats
along the shore are all pushed out ou tho
bank. The ice is gorged from Fourth
street to the head of the canal inside of tho
dam, aud in several places it reaches to tho
bottom. The Ben Franklin arrived from
Cincinnati at noon and is lying above Jef
fersonvillo. Her oflicers report tho ico ia
Eeghteen-milo island chute iutact, and our
coal men fear this will do some damago
when it passes here, as the wind forces tho
ice down this shore.
Honed tilacn Is belter nreimred tbnn ever for
iniiniiraeUirltii: wteani Knittnes iitul Mill aiai'innery.
lliivlne a Steam Hummer and anitilu Tools, tlie
miuiufaetiiru of all kinds of Miielilnory, Hiillroud,
Heumlioiit and Hrlilu'e roriMtu: mane a ricciany.
Especial attention lveu to repairs of hi 'dues and
llrnss Castlniis of all kinds made to ordel
Pipe. K ttlliB n all Its branches.
CAIRO it ST. LOUIS II. R.
A Sunday-school Superintendent.
Mr. Christian Sander, Superintendent of
tho M. K. Sunday School at Jolly, Monn e
county, Ohio, sinco 18oi), writes: I have
kept store sinco October 1st 18uj, and have
always handled proprietary medicines; but
of all that I have ever sold, there is not one
that can bo so certainly recommended
as "death to rheumatism" as St. Jacobs
II. "NV. 8M1TIIKK8, Ilwoivor.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leaves Cairo 8:15 a.m.
ThrouKb Express arrives at K. St. Louis.. 6:1m p.m.
Ti'Mons, erysipelas, mercurial diseases,
scrofula and general debility cured by l,J)r.
Lmdsey s Blood Searcher." bold by
A Lucky Minister.
Rev. A. J. Mai lory, of Wyoming, N. Y.,
writes: Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil cured
me of bronchitis in ono week. Our dealers
all say they never Bold a medicine that has
Tbrouuli Express lenves K. St. Louis.... DaHia.m. given SUCll complete satlHlactlon, for Coughs,
Throuuli Express arrives at Cairo. ........ 5:l(lp.m. .11. ..athma mid rhmitnntUm. Paul' O.
M 11 Mill vstitif 11 nei.iin nuti I nt Imt Iiihvun ( . al ro I .Ini 11. IU. I " "'i ' . Mu. .
MiiMdiyshuro Acc.arrlves.nl Miirpliysboro T:M)p.m. Schull, agent.
The Cairo A HI. I.nnls Hull Koad Is the only all
Kail Route between Cairo and Mt. Louis under one
Murpbyslmro Ace, leaves Muriiliysboro... Aama.m.
Murplivshuro Acc. arrives at ('atro ll:Ma.m.
IV all I
Ciiab. C. FitAny, of Adrian. Mich., saya:
manaiiotnent, therefore there are no didaya at Tf, ,v eonioletu urnHan I iilitnlnml a miod
way stations awi.ltliiirotin.H'.tlons from otherllnai. 0 iy coinpiuo suipnso, I OUWIOUU pwii
Close aud sure connections at St. Loult with other nights rest, tho first night I wore an "Only
Lung Pad." I have sutlered from Asthma
lor yoars.Bco Adv.
Ilnea for North, Kail and West
L. M. JOHNSON.
The "London Hair Color Restorer"
is the most delightful article every in
troduced to tho American people and
totally different from all other hair re
storers, being entiiely free from all
impure inreilieiits tlmt render many
other articles tor thu hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or falling of tho hair
exist, or prematurely grayness, trom
sickness or other causes, its use will
restoro the natural youthful color, and
causes a healthy growth, cleansing the
scalp from ull impurities, dandruff, etc.,
at the same time a most pleasing and
lasting hair dressing, fragrantly per
tunied, rendering tlio hair soft
and plyable, making it au indis
pensable in every toilet.
Ask your druggist for London Hair Color
Restorer. Price 73 cents a bottle. (1)
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you are suffering with a severe Cough,
Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in tho throat, or any
affection of tho throat or lungs, we know
Pit. Kino's Nkw Disoovkuy will give you
Immediate, relief. We know of hundreds
'of cases it has completely cured, and that
where all other medicines had failed. No
other remedy can show one-half as many
permanent cures. Now to give you satis
factory proof that Dit. Kino's Nkw Disoov
kuy will euro you of Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hay Fever, Consumption, severe Coughs
and Colds, Hoarsness, or any Throat i r
Lung disease, if you will call at Geo. E..
O'Hara's drug store.Cairo Ills., you can get
a trial bottle free of cost, or a regular size
bottle for!l .00 (2)