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TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1S8I.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Ijitrgnnt Ciroulrttirm of Hnjr Daily in
RNTKKKI) AT TIIK 1'nsT OVKICK IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AH HKCOMK'LAWt MATTKK.
LOCAL WKATIIKU KKl'OKT.
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SIWIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noliri-p In tliic column, flvn relit per line, each
Inxirliiiu. Kuroin' niiniih, Mrtuin pur linn.
Ahead oi'Tlicin All.
Having ulrcaily purchased our spring
stock of line loots and shoes, wo wish to
announce to the public, that they will ar
rive on the 15th of February.
Tiik Gnv Shop: Sroiti:,
MO, Commercial avenue.
St. Valentino Hull.
The Delta City Fire Co., No. !, will f,'ive
a ball on Monday evening, Fclnitary 14th,
ami would be pleased to meet their friends.
On Recount of the immense spring stock
bought by the proprietor, we willbecnnt
pelleil to offer our Fall ami Winter stock at
prices way below the market price. Cull
early ami get the best.
Tiik Citv Siiok Stokk,
MO Commercial avenue.
Foil uknt. K imns on Eleventh street,
Day School for Hoys ami Girls.
Night school for persons engaged during
the day, and lessons in Latin, German,
French, music, book-keeping and penn
manship, by I'rof. nnl Madame Floyd,
Walnut st. between Twelfth ami Thirteenth
New r.illiiird Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
of the building fnimerly occupied by Mr.
DanT ll.trtnian, on the corner of Sixth
str.'et and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein u billiard saloon and
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 u first-class establishment,
he has spaired no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
and invites all to come and see him.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, line and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! liulk oysters re
ceived daily Horn Mobile, and P.altimorc
oysters received in cans, direct Irom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "lied Snapper," the king unions fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
pull'. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and tish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eolith Street. ItollKKT Hkwitt, Ag't.
At hit Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may Iki enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Pat. Fitgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
licet, with every variety of vehicles
from a bus down to a
Bulky, all in a first class condition, as well
as saddles and i eling regalia, may bo had
at the most reasonable liguresnn a moment's
uotice at his "Horse Manson". llisplaceof
uusinc-s is in connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
Wood anil Coal,
A full supply ot Indiana coal, as good as
Pittsburg, just received from the mines and
for sale at '$1.00 per ton delivered. I will
always have on hand a stock of this cele
brated coal; also daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
for sale. Apply, at the C.& V. U.K. yards,
F. M. Waiid.
Closing Out, Hoots mid Shoes.
Haying a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ladies'
and Childrens' sewed and pegged Root and
Shoes, I have determined to close it nut at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin o arrive soon. If
in want of anything m my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before pun basing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and see for
themselves. C. Ivocii.
No. (10 Commercial avenue between Fifth
nnd Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
"I)h. Si.i.i.Kii's Col on Svkit" will en
sure you a good night's rest. It is the best
cough medicine in the market. Price 25
Euckleii's Arnica Salvo.
1 he best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
letter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect flatisfiiction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Gko. K. O'Haka
COl'l. II HYKUI'
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notion In them col ii m in, leu ctiMi per lluo,
each iimcrlion. Marked '
Wantkd A job printer at The Rll
I.KTIN office to day.
Day board ut Wilson's corner Third
and Commercial, f 1.50 per week.
Circuit court convenes in regular term
on next Monday morning ut 10 o'clock.
Meerschnum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsnicycr's.
Dr. Marcati's children, who have been
quite sick lorsomo days, are improving.
Check books, r. eeipt books, order
books, etc., made, to order on short notice
at Tiik Bcllktin office.
Mr. W. II. Hay, our weather clerk,
says that the indications are in favor of
-Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large itock at F. Korsmeyer's.
Mounted nnd varnished maps of Cairo,
for Rale, at Tim Ik i.LETiN office.
Hon. I). T. Lincgar introduced a bill
in the Illinois legislature Monday, to
amend the law in relation to roads and
The Wh'.tcanip murder case is set
down for trial on next Wednesday morning
at U o'clock by agreement of the parties
-Mr. A. F. Noxley, a gentleman from
Arlington, Kentucky, was in the city yes
terday in search of a good location for a
Cairo is coining out. We have had
"East Cairo'' for some time, and now the
siding at Mounds is designated on official
railroad orders as "North Cairo."
Four large droves of mules, whicli ar
rived here per Illinois Central railroad,
were transferred to the steamer Grand
Tower for reshipiuent south yesterday
Judge Young, of Williamson county,
was in the city yesterday, in the capacity
of grand instructor of the Grand Lodge of
I. O. O. F., drilling the Cairo Odd Fel
lows in the unwritten new work of the
Yesterday a young girl named Sara
Johnson died, after an illness of about two
weeks with measles. The funeral takes
place to-day from the ' residence up-town.
The remains will be taken to Villa Ridge
on the Illinois Central train.
Mrs. W. W. Wallace has gone to her
husband, who is master of the Illinois
CVntral machine shops at Champaign, with
a view to securing a residence at that place,
when the family, who are here, will take
up their permanent residence there.
Mr. L. L. Norton, a popular temper
ance lecturer, of Seneca, Missouri, arrived
in the city yesterday evening and has been
prevailed upon by the Reform Club's com
mittee on speakers to remain until to-night
and address the club. Mr. Norton being
a lecturer of high standing in Missouri the
opportunity offered our citizens to hear him
to-night should not be missed by any one.
About thirty days from now the
Anchor, or Fifth ward, fire company will
have its engine and complete outfit hi re
and bo ready lor action whenever occasion
may require. The subscription committee,
which was out day before yesterday, suc
ceeded in collecting about one hundred
dollars from subscribers, which is an indica
tion that there will be no trouble in col
lecting the money when wanted.
Martin and Alfred Ilrown, of Thebes
and John Miller, of Commercial Point, ex
perienced sawmill men, have just completed
arrangements for a new portable sawmill
in Thebes precinct, about four miles south
east of Thebes, near what is known as the
Charley Greig place. The mill is to be of
the Cooper make, and is to be first class in
every respect. Operations are to be begun
as soon as the weather will permit.
The large two-story frame building,
near the corner of Nineteenth and Poplar
streets, is being generally renovated. Mr.
Win. Kluge, the owner, intends to fix it up
in first-class order for a tenement house.
It is being newly plastered inside and
painted outside, besides having several
additioual flews built from the ground
up. The improvements will cost in the
neighborhood of live hundred dollars.
Our correspondent J. II. is a little too
lenghty. His suggestion is good enough,
however. Paducah has a "Howard associ
ation," composed of the leading men and
women of the place, and which is, though
yet in its infuncy, already a powerful
organization. While Cairo is at present
comparatively free from suffering, a charit
able institution, such as is suggested by J.
II., would not be useless, especially if it
undertook also to enforce the humane laws
Some of our telephone subscribers meet
with many humorous incidents in connec
tion with their instruments. The- little
dark box, with bell and different colored,
twisted wires ("pig-tail wires," a country
man called them in a down-town store the
other duy) is an incomprehensible mystery
to the average countryman. One of them
rushed into an up-town grocery the other
day and in an excited way exclaimed :
"Say mister, you got ono o' them new
fangled talkuroincscHcr." Eeing answered
in tlio affirmative, ho continued "well,
put nieon to P-orcc, will you, I want to nx
wy wife, Policurp, cf she wants brown
factory, or apron truck fur them pullets o'
-The court house pump has been
repaired and is now ready for work again.
During the last week fifty thousand
dollars ot county nnd city bonds were
The Choral society will meet at the
office of Dr. Jocelyn,on Eighth street, next
-Col. J. W. Mclfeaia is making "ex
tensive improvements on his residence be
tween Fourth and Filth streets on the east
side of Washington avenue.
City script was issued yesterday and
parties holding warrants from the city
treasurer against the city, can now obtain
the money upon them on demand.
Nineteenth street, between Washing
ton nnd Commercial avenues, is, and has
been for some time, brilliantly illuminated
by a lamp and reflector, which Dr. W. II.
Stoncr has placed in front of his residence.
.Messrs. Ninth Jiros. arc Having a
scaffold erected along the side of their
grocery house, on the north side of Thir
teenth street, between the avenues, prepara
tory to putting the finishing touches upon
the roof of the building.
The people on Twenty-seventh and
Twenty-eighth streets, between Washing
ton avenue and Poplar street, are under
obligations to Alderman Ernest 1$. Pettit
for his unceasing labor in securing the
consent of the council to have sidewalks
built along those streets.
Our readers will learn with feelings of
sorrow, that Mr. DeYoo, father of Mrs.
Thomas Sloo, died yesterday morning at
10 o'clock, of the effects ot a partial par
alysis, from which he had suffered a long
time. He died at the residence ot his
daughter, No. 7, Winter's row, at the age
of seventy -one years, and his remai'is will
be sent to Madison, Indiana, by the Illi
nois Central train at 4 :u0 o'clock p. m. to
day. Owing to the severe illness of Mrs.
Sloo, there will be no services.
Yesterday the driver of a team of two
mules and an empty dirt wagon, attempted
to drive over the Illinois Central track at
Fourteenth street while an engine and a
train of cars were coming along, and, just
as the wagon got across the track, the mules
shied at something and backed, bringing
the wagon again upon the track. The
driver, seeing that it was impossible to get
it out ot the way in time for the engine to
pass, jumped down and cut the harness,
thus freeing and saving the mules; but the
wagon was completely wrecked by the
- -The soft mud on Ohio levee is about a
foot deep and of a temper that would per
mit of its being drained off through straws,
such as are commonly used by boys when
there's any untapped cider around. Under
neath this slush a solid bottom is found
and, it seems to us that, were the soft mire
removed in some way as was done once
heretofore, and then not replaced by stuff
equally as bad las was also done once here
tofore). Levee street would not be subject
to such fearful inundations of filth at every
rainfall. It would also lower the level of
the street to its proper grade with the side
walk and prevent the mud from encroach
ing upon the sidewalk to the depth of a
foot and to the extent of three or four feet
so as to leave barely room to pass, as is tin
case near the corner of Fourteenth street.
The last number of the Young Ladies'
Journal, published by Harper Erotliers, is
out and is an elegant edition, and contains
Colored Fashion Plates of Twenty Figures
every month, comprising fifteen Ladies'
and live Children's Dresses of the latest
Paris Fashions; all the Newest Designs in
every kind of Ornamental and Useful Fan
cy Work, with direction! for working;
Articles on Etiquette of Good Society,
several Complete Stories, illustrated, every
month, also Continuous Stories,
illustrated, every month; also a gigantic
supplement of about one hundred figures,
every month, showing dl the latest fashions
for ladies and children, with cut-out pat
terns; also music, poetry, receipes, etc.
Price, including all the supplements, 35
cents, post paid. Yearly subscription
(thirteen numbers), including the extra
Christmas number, f 1.50.
As soon as the weather will permit and
the material can be obtained, Mr. C. It.
Stuait will build an extensive brick addi
tion to his business house on Eighth street,
whicli will give him the room ho now so
much needs brcause of the constant
increase of his business. Mr. W. L. P.ristol,
the popular Eighth street grocer, will also
put men to work on his new brick house
about the first of next April. The new
house will occupy the site where the old
now stands and he will do business in Mr.
Louis Herbert's new frame building, just
opposito his present stand, until the new
building is finished. Hut while we are
mentioning the many substantial additions
to Cairo's bussiness houses, we must not
omit the new two-story brick building that
is to bo built by Messrs. Swohuda &
Schult.e, who have already contracted for
the material, and will mV(.
uiu nuiiv loiiimcncc as
as tho weather will permit
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uiu uncus etc. can in: piacei
ground. The frame building
occupy will bo temporarily moved into
what is now their wagon yard m wl,,n
tho new house, is finished and they have
moved their stock into it, they Wjj ,U,)VC
the old house onto a vacant h,t .;j,.
tcentli street, between Commercial
and Poplar street.
The evening services at the Methodist
church have ceased for the timo being.
Si ven paupers tiro at present main
tained on tho Cairo poor farm (?) at the
enormous cost of one dollar per week tor
The losn, over the insurance sustained
by Mr. John Lune through the destruction
by fire of his store in Hound City the other
day, is about two hundred dollars.
It seems that we got things slightly
mixed in our account of tho Reeves-Rollins
shooting affray, in yesterday's issue. If the
reader will read Rollins for Reeves and
Kentucky tor Missouri, ho will have it
This evening the directors of the Cairo
Ci'y Street Railway Company will meet to
consult as to what the next step shall be
and probably decide upon active measures
in tho near future. The directors are
Messrs. Win. Stratton, president; J. A.
Goldstine, vice president, nnd Thomas
The public will remember tho series of
delightful concerts given sometime ago at
Mr. E. A. Iluder's jewelry store, by Mr. Win.
Emery, which were so largely attended but
which, owing to Mr. Emery's departure
from the city, ceased. These will now be
resumed at Taber Brother's jewelry store
and the public is invited to attend.
A man named Marion Wilhite, a resi
dent of Sandusky, in this county, became
involved in a quarrel with another man,
named Grady, a few days ago and cut him,
and was arrested and tried by the authorities
of Sandusky and bound over in the sum of
five hundred dollars. Put he escaped a
lay or two ago and Sheriff Hodges went
ii) to assist in re arresting him. He was
liscovcred by the sheriff and Mr. Michael
Sheeliar., hiding in the wood and upon
being chased he ran into a pond of water
win-re Mr. Sheehan secured him and he has
now been put where he will remain until
wanted by the authorities.
Our police courts were as dull as a
dictionary, ye-terday. With the exception
of one drunk and one disorderly before
Judge OlmMed, which, brought the citv
"a dollar or two," no criminal cases wen
died. We feel tempted to congratulate
( airo upon its ireedom tnun crime, hut we
fear that this in iy be only a calm before a
storm; fur as soon as the river tra!ic fairly
opens we may expect to see our little town
over run with hard characters from all
parts of the country, and Cairo citizens
will be again called upon to take up the
burden of the crimes committed in our
midst by the traveling criminals.
-Mrs. Whitaker, wife of Rev. Whitaker,
is quite ill.
Dr. II. Wardner arrived in town yester
Mr. Sol Silver has returned from
Tic little boy of Mr. Heath, the shoe
maker up town, is sick with the measles.
-Mis Abie Oxley, si,t.-r of Mrs. W. W.
Wallace, an i veil here fr-'in Ocntratia yes
terday. Among the new, but familiar faces
on our streets yesterday evening, was
that of Judge D. J. Raker.
Among the many guests at the Arling
ton huiisc yesterday was our friend and
former fellow-citizen, Mr. N. E. Jacobs,
now of Jaekfon, Tenn.
Mr. S. Roseuwati-r, of the firm of Gold
stine it Rosenwater, will leave for the east
in a few days to purchase a new spring
stock of dry goods, etc.
Mrs. A, H. Salford, Miss Mary Irvin
and Miss Mas-ey, sister in-law of our
circuit clerk, have gone to Indianapolis,
Indiana, on a visit of a few days.
Mr. R. F. Jones, for some time clerk
of the Illinois Central wharf-boat, has
accepted a position with the Anchor line
company ;ind left last night for St. Louis.
Mrs. II. S. McKnight nnd her two
children are quite sick, the latter with
measles. Mr. McKnight, who is engineer
on one of Halliday Pro's tugs, has just re
covered from an attack ot chills and fever.
Mr. Easterday, who has been suffering
with rheumatism for some time, which,
while it did not prevent him from attend
ing to his business, yet kept him from
moving around among his friends, has now
Mr. C. R. Stuart, the Eighth street
dry goods king, has been a little unwell
for some days and confined to his home,
but will soon be out again and leave in
about ten days for tho cast to select his
spring stock of dry goods, notions, etc.
Mr. D. F. King, who was some time
ago enguged jn the ice cream and restaur
ant business near the corner of Sixth street
and Ohio levee, is now engaged in the car
penter and cabinet business up town, just
above Mr. J. H. Metcalf's grocery store.
Among tho citizens ol our neighbor
ing towns who were in Cairo yesterday, and
who took refuge in tho the Planters house,
were tho following: C. S. Rowers and N.
P. Map, Clinton, Ky.; II. A. Ward and
family, Fulton, Ky.; C. W.King, Charles
ton, Mo.; L. T. Moore, Amlmy, 111.; George
W. Young, Marion, III.; Chas. Hamilton,
Ciirbondale, III.; A. S. Looker, Cape Girar
deau, Mo.; Linsly Norton, Seneca, Mo.
A Core 11 is nature's effort to rid iho
system of wasto matter. Assist nature
thin, by using Dr. Pull's Cough. Svrun'
Wo have in our midst a number
ladies and gentlemen, who nro not only in
a liunmuii l" im-i;ii ijiui y mill I ll lit
assistance, but who delight in doing
win-never an opportunity is oiionieu tiieni.
In fact so anxious are they that no ono
suffer want if they can hcl
the niobable unworthmess el
wretched supplicant does not enter their
minds sud cause them to hesitate und per
haps refuse the crumb or penny that is
asked for. They see that it is a human
being, rugged, emaciated, sick, tired of
lile, perhaps, and, it may be, mak
ing a last desperate struggle
ngainst a resolution to give back to
its author the existence that has been
but a torture and a curse. These are the
first thoughts that enter the minds of
many of the good people of Cairo when a
beggar darkens their doors, or when they
hear of the suffering of u fellow bring in
their neighborhood, and their hearts and
purses open simultaneously and the needy
find relief, even though their souls be
somewhat stained with sin. Put although
the number of generous people in Cairo
is large, mere are still cases
of actual want that do not come under the
notice of anyone of them and which an
Ielt to the mercy of cold and hunger, with
out even the pitty of the more fortunate
It seems to me that there is as much need
in every community for an organization,
which has for its chief object the relict of
human suffering nnd the prevention of
cruelty to animals, as there is for a tempi r
mice club. While there never was, and is
not now, much actual want in fuirn
yet there always have been cases and
here are a f.-w now, which
stand greatly in need of a helpin
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imii-i hum no. ii Miner long in siieneu am
often ask in vum for the necessaries of life
iiiei ior ineuie.-ii as.-isiance. HiCm; cases
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not receive the attention ot those who
iil'e U'i 1 1 i nir til i' tfliil 'l-frt m - n.., iii.iM
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it is noticed in the public prints and. as
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has I'l-eti tin. (,,- v-ver.il times within
the la -t few years, this d-x s not occur until
alt'-r it is too late. In. -re. .should exist in
Cairo an association of ladies and genth.
lin n with members tr.un every part of the
city, an-1 they should hold weekly mel t
ings and when ,uiv member knows of
a ca-e of suffering in his or her neighbor-
hood it should be reported and have the
attention of the assoc iation. In connection
with this object it might also see to it that
thp hlllllriMi nl ill.. J .1,. I..
me tr. innent 01 animals, tie entorce.l whi n
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" i.as.. 11 i. hhiii-.i. 1 lie cnariiaoie institu
tions that are now
in existence Here as
every win re else, surh as Old Fellows,
Knights of Honor. Free Masons etc.. etc .
extend assistance only to the members of
the organiz.itions and when u poor wretch
apjiln.-s to them for bread ,or medical aid
they do not ask, "arc you needy!'' Rut,
are you an wii reiiowf' or
"are you a Knight ot Honor?'' etc. This
is all right in its way; but we should havt
an organization in our midst, which hai
for its chief object tin; relict of suffering
wherever it is found, regardless of w ho or
what the victim may be, or have been
Such organizations exist nearly everywhere,
and are always powerful for,
"In faith mkI hope the world will .li-nr.v,
lint ail intiikind'K concerned in cluiriiy."
And hence w herever a universal rlianta-
ble institution lias been started, it has at-
traded all the best citizens of the com
muiuty. 1 nope soon see a movement
begun here, which will give us this very
lesirable blessing. J. H.
Ci.kak head and voice, easy breathing,
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and hear
ing, no cough, no distress. These are con
ditions brought about in Catarrh by the use
ot Sanford's Radical Cure. Complete
treatment tor f I.
Van St(ni-:iv Cuosiiv, wholesale and re
tail druggists, Toledo. Ohio, says: We
have sold large quantities of the Excelsior
Kidney Pad. and have been surprised at
the unvarying satisfaction given by them.
Wk a it K strongly disposed to regard that
person as the best physician who does
most to alleviate human suffering. Judged
from this standard, Mrs. Lydia E. Pink-
ham, U'.i'.l Western avenue, Lynn, Mass., is
entitled to the front rank, for her egrta
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oie V.0111110111111 is oaiiy worsuig woiuk.ti ui
cun s in female disease's. Send for circular
to the above address.
Rcwiiiil of PiTservcriiucc.
Henry Clement, Almonte, writes: "For
a long time I was troubled with Chronic
Rheumatism, at times wholly disabled;!
tried anything and everything recommend
ed, but faile I to get any benefit until a
gentleman who was cured of Rheumatism
by Dr. Thomas' EclectncOiI told me about
it. I began using it both internally nnd
externally, and before two bottles were
used I was radically cured. We find it a
household medicine, and for Croup, Hums,
Cuts and Pruises, it has no cnual. Paul
O. Schuh, Agent.
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY.
For the speedy cure of consumption and
all diseases that lead to it, such as stubborn
coughs, neglected colds, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, pain in the side and chest,
dry hacking cough, tickling in the throat,
hoarseness, sore throat, nnd all chronic or
lingering diseases of the throat and lung's
and has established for itself a worhb' djo
reputation, juany leaning 1'i.j"-;
recoiniiKHid and use it, in then prniuiA.
The formula from which it is prepared is
highly recommended l.v all medical join-
nnlu. 'I'lm .l iinttr mi (1 ttn nrnKH llflVO Com-
plimented it. inthe most glowing terms.
Go to your druggist, and get a trial oouiii
free of cost, or a regular size for $1. for
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