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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKNING, FKWIUAIiY 13, lssl
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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SI'ECIAIi LOCAL ITEMS.
N.ilu c In tli' riiliiiuii. Iiv culitH per lino, i-ch
ItinMi'Hi. Kor nii- nioinli, Nlri-iit per line.
On 'JL'inli'f Fcliniurv, ftt W.isliinton Hull.
AIickI (il'Tlii'in All.
lluving tilriudy pnri'lmse'l our firing
Min k of tine Immii's iiiul shots, wo wish to
Hiinminccto the )il'lir, Unit they will ur
rive on tin' 15th nl l'obiimiy.
Tin; t'n v Sihik Stoke,
1 in, t'oniiniTcinl iivenim.
SI. Valentino Hull
The Delta Citv Pint Co., No. , will tfivu
a hull on Momhiy evening, Fehruiiry Uth,
Hinl w-ouhl he i!ivisim lo meet llieir iricmls.
(In ur count of ,thi' iinineli.se spring stuck
hoii'lit liy the I'lojnielor, we will he coin
jielleil to oll'er our Fall ami Winter stock at
prices way In-low the market price. Call
eiirly mill get tlm hest.
Tin: City Siiok Stov.i;,
1 10 Commercial avenue.
Day School lor Itoys ami Hirls.
Niylit Hchool for persons enainl tlurinj;
theilay, ami lessons in Latin, (Jcrman,
French, music, hiMik keepin' uml penn
inanship, hy 1'iof. ami Miuliiine Floyd,
Walnut st. hetween Twelfth uml Thirleenlh
New llilliurd Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steiiyala has taken possession
of the Uiililing formerly occupieil hy Mr.
Dau'l Hartman, on the corner of Sixth
Bti-jet and Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a Inlliard 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 a first class establishment,
he has spaircd no pains to make bis place
one ol the most attractive rcsortB 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! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily fiom Mobile, and Uiiltiinoro
oysters received in cans, direct troin 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
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Kighth street. Koiikht IIkwitt, Ag't.
At I'ul. Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may he enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. 1'at. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
tleet, with eery variety of vehicles
from a buss down to a
sulky, all in a h'rst-cluss condition, as well
as saddles and riding regalia, may bo had
at the most reasonable figurrson a moment's
notice at his "Horse Manson". His placeof
ausiness is in connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
Wood ami Coal,
A full supply ol Indiana coal, as good in
Pittsburg, just received from the mines and
for sale at tt.00 per ton delivered. I will
always hate on hand a stock of this cele
brated uml; al.-. daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
for sale. Apply, at theC.Ai V. U.K. yard-,
F. M. Waiui.
Having a very
goods 011 hand con
and Children' v.
Hoots and Shoes.
large stock of winter
dsiing of Cents', Lades'
ed and pegged Hoots and
1 mined to close it out at
"inpetition, in order to
immense siook of spring
Shoes, I have ih-t-prices
that defy r
make room t'.r mi
goods which will I
111 .0 arrive soon. It
in want of anvdiin
g in my line I would inl
vise vi. 11 to mil oil
ine heloie pur. 'basing
I a,: lire you good bar
to cull lllld See fo'
ial aw line between Fifth
cIbi.'Wll"te, as I il
gains. 1 invite nil
No, !)0 Coiiimeli
Hiid Sixth streets.
"D11. Si.1,1, mi's Cm mi Sviifi'"' will en
mire you a g I night's rrh. It is the best
cough medicine in the uuuke. Trice t?.,
Huekli ii's Arnica Stilvt.
The best salve in the wot Id for cuts,
bruises, sores, uUers, nan ihiMiin, lever sores,
ietter, chapped hands, chill.lains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eniptiuiiK. This salve is
guaranteed to give peii'eet Hatisfitctinii in
every case or money refunded, price, 25
cents per box. For nh hy (Juo. K. O'IImu
colon hVKfl'7 "
Inaiirgatioii of (ieneral (iarlield.
The Cairo & Vinceiiueu Knilwuy Co. offers
reduced round trip rates to Washington and
Baltimore for the Inauguration, March 4th
"iving un opportunity to see the National
Capital at its best and to witness the inau
guration ot President elect Uartield.
Passengers leaving Cairo at 5 a. m., reach
Washington 1:55 next afternoon. For
further information apply to L. B. Church,
passenger agent. F. A. Mii.i.EH,
Genet al Passenger Agent.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In them! columns, len cents per Hue,
each Insertion. Markrnt
New Spring Prints and Ginghams at
Mr. Ceorge Becker, Andrew Lohr's
efficient assistant, returned yesterday morn
ing from a business tiip up the river.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
Bloomington Bulletin: "The family
of John II. Oberly are in the city, guests of
Mrs. M.T.Scott and Mrs. A. K. Steven
son. Fresh oysters at A.T. DeBaun's 5tJ
Alderman Blake will be buck from St.
- Day board at Wilson's corner Third
and Commercial, $3.50 per week.
There were fourteen steamers and
about twelve barges etc, at one time at
our wharves yesterday.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar holders, a
large stock at F. Korsineyer's.
The steamer G us Fowler was late get
ting away from here yesterday evening.
She was waiting for the Mississippi Central
train, which was a'iuii behind time.
Great bargins in Winter Hosiery and
Underwear to close the season. Stuart.
The city council had a special meeting
yesterday afternoon to receive the report ot
the street coniniitte. The official proceed
ings will be found in this issue of Tiik
Check books, nceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tiik Bum.ktin office.
Street Superintendent Gorman was
yesterday engineering the temporary im
provement of Eighth street, between the
avenues, lor which he will have the Bincere
thanks of many citizens.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at P. Korsmeyer's.
- The city of Chester, Illinois, is soon
to be lighted with electricity, the initia
tory steps having already been taken. A
St. Louis company is to have the contract
for furnishing the instruments, etc.
Mounted and varnished maps of Cairo,
for sale, at The Bl:i,i.kti.n office.
In our item concerning the robbery of
an old man by two others, named Michael
Sweeney and Charles McCarthy, published
in yesterday's issue, we were mistaken in
stating that it occurred at the Vicksburg
house. It should have read Sherman house.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
Among the new arrivals in the city on
the 10th instant of which the public was
not informed at the time, but which never
theless created considerable joy, in the
household of Mr. Frank Bnrstadt, at least,
was that ot a real cherruhof a boy, who
pulled up the scale at eleven pounds.
Tho Turner society will give a grand
masquerade ball on MardiGras.
Uncle Tom's Cabin to play next
Weduesday night at the atheneum has the
smallest "Topsy" in the world, only 9,'j
Only one transfer of property was
recorded in the circuit clerk's office yester
day, which was tollows: Lucas S. Marsh
all, et. ux. to Charles O. Patier. Warrantee
deed dated February 11th, 1 xs 1 , fr ,,t
six, block eighteen, first addition to city of
Cairo. Consideration four hundred dollars.
See our great bargains in Embroideries,
Laces and Trimmings. It will pay you to
visit us before buying. Stuait.
'Uncle Tom's Cabin" is the next en
tertainment at the atheneum, and the com
pany never fails to draw. The play will
be put on the boards next Wednesday, the
We will offer special inducements in
all classes of surplus stock previous to
enlarging our store room. It will pay cash
buyers of Dry Goods to investigate our
prices before making purchases. Stuart.
"The Jacksonville Journal is happy
over the report that sixteen infant skeletons
have been found in the resorvoir. Pshaw,
that's nothing. Wo, hero in Springfield,
think nothing of turning a faucet and re
ceiving potk ami beef extracts, kindly Beut
in from the distillery." Springfield Jour
nal. Our shoe department for tho spring
will bn greatly enlarged,, and will contain
the best line of Ladies', Misses' and Boys'
Hue Shoes ever otrered in this city. These
goods ar made expressly for tisund every
pair warranted. We now oiler a Ladies'
Button Shoe at fj.50, equal in every respect
to any inn 10 t, nmit HUmrti
A miner named Charles Uoach fell
down ono of tho shafts of a mine near Mur
pliyshoro night bffore last mid was instantly
killed, his body showing Higns of
severe internal as well as external injuries.
His watch was stopped at o'clock,
which gives ground for the belief that the
accident occurred at that time in the
Mr. B. McMunus is preparing to
erect on his lot, corner Fourteenth and
Commercial avenue, a two-story brick
business house, to be used in connection
with his present store. The work will be
commenced as soon as the weather will per
mit and material can be obtained. The
new building will bo 25 feet front and 75
Squire Comings was called upon yes
terday to decide upon tho guilt or inno
cence of Agnes Smith who was charged
with drunkenness. He decided that she was
guilty and fined her live dollars and costs.
This was all the criminal business trans
acted in our police courts yesterday. Judge
Olmsted had a very interesting civil case-
to try, which occupied the greater part of
the afternoon and evening, but whether a
decision was reached or not we did not
Captain W. II. Abrains and Engineer
Samuel Hull', of the tug "Duty," who were
brought before United States Commissioner
II. II. Candee Friday morning; the first
named, for running a boat without a
licensed engineer, and the latter, for per
forming tho duties of an engineer without
license, and whose case was postponed until
yesterday, were called up for trial and
acquitted, the evidence showing that the
charges were unfounded.
The Ohio river rose something over six
feet during the twenty-four hours ending
at six o'clock yesterday evening; but the
Mississippi river fell at St. Louis. The ice
was running very heavily out bf the latter
at this point all day yesteiday, the river
being full from shore to shore so that the
steamer Morgan could not approach the
Iron Mountain incline to transfer her
freight cars and was compelled to land
some distance below it to let her passengers
with their baggage and tho mails off.
Next Tuesday evening the young peo
ple will give their second ball and sociable
at the Temperance hall under the auspices
of the Reform club's executive committee.
The managers hayc been busily engaged
for some time past making all necessary
preparations and have succeeded in enlist
ing the hearty co-operation of the ladies of
the club, which alone would bo a sufficient
guarantee that nothing will be lacking. All
who have a love for fine music nnd danc
ing and the society of the sweetest of the
fair sex and a craving for good lunch, etc.,
etc., should not fail to go to the Temper
ance hall on the evening above mentioned.
We received yesterday morning a copy
of the second issue of Mr. Oberly 'a "Bloom
ington Bulletin." It is a good si.ed sheet,
of good material and full of home and
foreign news together with spirited com
ments upon the matters of public concern.
On every page may he recognized the
peculiar genius of Mr. Oberly, nnd in the
editorials the reader cati detect an attrac
tiveness of stylo and of persuasive argument
such as but few men besides Mr. Oberly
could use. It is just such a paper as those
who have the pleasure of an acquaintance
with its editor would expect him to i.,ue.
Tho Cairo Bi:m.f.tin wishes its namesake of
Bloomington unbounded success.
The Cairo Amateur Dramatic and
Irish Minstral company will repeat their
interesting performance given at the
atheneum some tune ago, on next Tuesday,
the 2",M instant, where all those who were
not able to gain an entrance before, w ill
have an opportunity to witness it. The
organization is acting in compliance with
the request ol a great many citizens who
witnessed its first performance, which is
proof positive ot its excellence.
The organization is now better pre
pare I than ever to give n good
entertainment, having spent much time in
rehearsals and hence we feel safe in guar
anteeing a first class entertainment
to nil who will see and hear them.
Tin! sudden i
iaii''i: in the weather
nillit helore la.st
loin a general warm rain
to extreme cold will have a tendency to
cheek tho rise in the father of waters and
in the mother of waters and in all the little
waters all over the country, and those peo
ple above or below us who apprehended
danger from what appeared to be for a time
a sudden and overwhelmiiej oiitin.'irhi.r ni
all the waters of the northern hills and
snowbound canyons, can now rest easier.
As for Cairo, she was never
more secure against danger from that source
during the period of her existence, Our
levees are strong enough ami high enough
to protect us against any Hood that could
possibly come from above us and conse
quently our limpid quietly attend to their
business and let the wateisrush by, feeling
only a little anxious for the fate those poor
creature who occupy the swamp lauds
along the Mississippi river, which are
liable to inundation.
Wo were yesterday forcibly impressed
with the necessity for a humane society
in tins city, hy seeing a i(.fln
decrepit old horse brutally heat
en with a long hickory pole of from one
to two and half inches in diauietir. The
perpetrator of the inhutnan net
was a negro and the scene
was an tip-town wood yard.
The horse was hitched, with two others, in a
bunglmg wayamUith a wreck of a harness,
to a horse power wood-Hawing machine, und
the negro was employed to drive them
around in u circlo; and with his p,)utrraHp.
cd firmly in both bauds and yelling like- a
maniac, he rained blow after blow upon the
Hanks, hips and the visible ribs of this
the poorest animal in the lot. We do uot
know what renson there was for this pro
reeding, but certainly none that would
justify such brutality.
-Yesterday morning Mr. James Ken
nedy, an employe at Ilalliday Brothels'
coal dump, when going to his work, found
the body of a man lying Ly (he sidcf the
fence, which surrounds the coal dump yard
and notified Coroner Fitzgerald of the fact
A jury was at once summonsed and un in
quest held, which developed the following
facts; He was a stranger named J. M
G rover, who had arrived here some time
ago from the Pennsylvania oil regions and
had since about the middle- of last January
been employed at tho new elevator, but
quit some days ago, partly because ho was
sii k and partly because he wished to look
for a new lodging house nearer to his place
of work. Hi; was last seen by
number of men on Friday evening when he
1 1 I I . n.l t
seenien to ue mi rigiit. more were no si'ms
of violence about the body and the jury
brought in a verdict of death from un
Mr. Stuart Rogers, "the actor of the
platform," will !.e here on the eighteenth
instant to give one of his highly interest
ing and instructive entertainmens for tin
benefit of tin; Cairo Library association
The reputation of the man as an impersona
tor is whit spread and not without reason,
as win ne seen troin tlie lollowni!'
extract from the Kewauee, Ills., Courier:
"His audience was better than others that
had preceded. Mr. Kogers has good com
mand of himself throughout. His manner
is easy ami graceful, his voice excellent
and under admirable control, his conception
nearly perfect, and his pronunciation
almost faultless. T Those who did
not attend niNsed an entertainment that
would have undo them weep and laugh,
and giv-ju instruction withal. There were
seveial characteristic excellencies in Mr.
Rogers that the young men who listened to
li i id would do well to notice, especially his
self-poise, his gracefulness, and the thorough
mastery of his voice, giving one a g I idea
of cultivate I ii .turahiej.s."
To-morrow is St. Valentine's day, when
everybody but the post-ollice clerks and
those who get ugly valentines an 1 those
who get none at all, will be happy. We ap
prehend that there will be numerous blood
less collisions. Tin! poor excited business
man who is in a hurry to get to his dinner
and back, or is on Ins way to the post-office
for his evening mail, will receive many a
rude butt in the stomach from some fair
maidens' hea ls, w hose possessors are deep
ly interested in examining a bit of per
fumed "gingerbread" papiro'.n ami
reading over for the fourth
time a little piece of love doggerell sm h as
"Susan quit your fooling," or "Noe is red
and ducats are few; grass is green und"
etc. But the fair reader is suddenly inter
rupted in her sweet reverie and brought
hack to steam reality. .The sweet, wonder
ing expression on her face, gives pi ice to a
frown, and the query "I wonder who he is"
that rested upon her tongue ever since she
saw her valentine, suddenly bursts, out in
the shape of "the old brute! couldn't lie
see where he was going?" And then she
crushes her valentine, puts her hair back on
her hea I and, with a most bewitching little
curl (ol the liii) sails home. Well, did
you evi r(
-The editor of the Ilarrisburg, Illinois,
Chronicle objects to the Hinds tem
perance bill that it recongni.es
woman's right to vote only when the .-ale
of intoxicating drinks is the question at
issue and says that, "if women are to be
allowed to vote at all, give them equal
sullrage with the men." Our brother must
know that, although step by step women
have advanced from abject slavery, wrench
ing from her self constituted lord and mas
ter one right after another until, in this
state at le.it, they stand upon an
equal footing with men in everything but
politics, the lime has not yet arrived when
the powers that be would be willing to
admit that a Mined, intelligent, honest
woman is as able to w ield the ballot as is
even the most wretched male creature in
existence. They have not yet arrived at
that point of mental poifettion w here they
can see the falacy and injustice of the the
ory that nature has endowed the male with
superior political rights; they do not per
ceive the ludicroiisness of the idea that
by the unfortunate circumstance HrU a
woman is a woman she forfeits the most
valuable political right; that, sex should
interfere with, or have any inlluencu in
determining, ones' social, moral or political
privileges. But it is probable that, in the
future, as in Ihe past, woman will advance
nearer to her proper position in tho world's
history. Since she has had the right to
acquire an education she is competing and
wrcNtling with man in every thing, and is
proving herself to be equal to him in all
things but crime. Even in political
economy and public affairs
she is miking her way, as we see
from one of our exchanges, which
states that a Miss Ada Heather-Bigg, an
English girl, has just carried oh" the Joseph
Ilutno scholarship in political economy at
University college, defeating nil male coin
petitors. Just bo patient a little while
longer. "The mills of the gods," etc., and
when women say they will, they will; pie-
Judico and lgnoianco and vice and gov
ernwrs, legislators and congress mid tho
imps of darkness to the contrary notwith
l SM., ni MectlJI".)
Col'.SCII, ClHMIlKll, I
I'AIIIO. III.. Feb. 1'Jtli, 1MI. I
Present, His Hon. Mayor 'J'liistlewood
and Aldermen Howley, llinklc; Patier,
Pettit, Smith mid Siiip (!,
Absent, lilake, Ilalliday, Linegar and
Swoboda - ,
The mayor stated object of meeting to be
to receive report ol committee on streets.
Committee on streets submitted the fol
lowing report :
C.wito, Itx., IVb'y 12, 1 S81 .
Tii the lion. City Council:
Gi:yi 'i.ii.MKN Your committee on street,
drainage, and levees, beg leave to report
that at their request, City Engineer Thrupp
has inspected the "new Mississippi levee,"
and that he reports it necessary to make
considerable repairs upon same, in order
that it may be restored to its original con
dition. Your committee deems it prudent
to have said levee put in as good condition
as possible, and thcrefoie recommend the
adoption ol the following resolution, viz:
'Resolved that the committee on streets
be authorized and instructed to put such a
force to work on the "new Mississippi
leye," as they mav deem necessary to put
said levee in' a safe condition as" soon as
practicable." Resp'ly Submitted,
E. A. Smith,
Eankst B. Pkttit,
Committee Streets, Ac.
Alderman Pettit moved that the report
be received and resolution adopted. Motion
adopted by the following vote:
Ayes-Howley, Hinkle, Patier, pettit,
Smith and Sup--ii.
On motion of Alderman Patier meetitii'
adjourned. I). J. Foi.kv. Citv Clerk.
Mr. J tm Reese, the uptown baker, is af-
flicled with a-thma.
('apt. W. P. riu'bt was expected to
leave lor Cincinnati, Ohio, yesterday even
ing. Mr. A. B. Brown, of Villa Ridge, was in
the city yesterday. topping at the Planters
Our former ( in nit , i,.rl, Mr. John A.
Reeve, is at home on a f,.-,v d ays' visit to
his family and parents.
Mr. John Planning, a real estate opera
tor from Chicago, is in thecity, looking
afier some land interests in this county.
Mr. Huff, the former manager of the
telephone exchange, has gone to Whitefic Id
county Ga. to attorn? the funeral ..f his
A line mare, formerly the properly of
Mr. Pat Fitzgerald, we understand, was
killed by the ears in the Illinois Central
railroad yard the o'her ni"ht.
Captain llotchki.-s, the venerable con
tractor of the Cairo and YinccniwH Kiel
Mobile and (thin railroad incline lew
H-en very m k at the Hotel Iv-Winter fori
a week or ten days.
That slight Tickling in the Throat and
Imposition to slight Coilidi mav be the pre-
iirsor of year- of suffering unless vm take
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup which new disap
points, price g., cents.
GI IDES '0 (,RA( E.
Reform II ill will b- thrown open to the
public this morning and evening. Baptist
HerVICCs Will lie colldlll ted bv Rev. A. J.
HeSS, of ( 'olliml'lls K v.
There will he t!ie regular morning ser.
vices at the Lnthm church on Thirteenth
street between Wa-hington av line and
Walnut street. Sunday school in the
afternoon at three o'clock, l!"V. '.. Kmii.ne.
Rev. Whitakcr is at his post in the Meth
odist church to day, and will conduct ser
vices there at the usual hour-, morning and
veiling, and Sunday school in the utter
noon. At the PrcOiUerian chuMi, on Eighth
street, R;'V. I!. Y. George will expound the
gospel and h ad in devotional services, both
morning ami evening. Ninday M'liool at
the usual hour in the afternoon.
Rev. Mutersoii will utlUi.it" in St,
Patrick's church on the corner of Ninth
street and Washington avenue. Services
at eight o'clock a. in.; vespers at three
o'clock p. in.; Sunday school at two o'clock
The African M. E. church on Fourteenth,
between Walnut and Cedar streets; and the
Second Free Will Biptist. church on Fif
teenth, between Walnut and Cedar streets,
as well as all our other colored people's
churches, will be open for services to-day.
Killlor Inler ii en ii, Cliinitfii, III
Feeling that the information conveyed
will be ol material benelii to many o your
readers, I send you the following: One of
our oldest citizens Captain C, V. Boynlon
i... ...., i i ...i . 1 1 . ..
"Kin"'- -in i.igiu iioi;s, iveepi r a
this point, is probably one ,,(' Ihe oldest
seamen in America, having sailed ( w. rity
six years on our lake:,, and twenty years on
saltwater. Alter this (urfv-six years ser
vice his eyesight failed him, iind'for a long
time ho kept ,, ,j,rlt t ni(, m)i
the Government luiili thedros, pjt,t Light
here, when he was transfcrcd. While
seated in my More tins morning the Cap
tain volunlccrcd the folhcvimr written
"This Ik to cerlilV tlmt I iIVii liccn
iillticteil Willi rliciinniiisni Tor fwonty ('0)
yoars, Imtli in my siilo anil limlift. I
li'ippy fo snv, Unit ih'iit imim,' Ichh limn two
liottlcs (il'tlm SI, Jiicolis Oil, I inn cnfircly
fie" I'lnin ptiin, tlioiisrli Ntill liinpinu; H'hiic
wlmt when wulkin-r, from l"Mr torcn of
llllliil,'' ' (!. V. IiilVNTOV.
Itefeirilll,' to the fiiri')fnin, I'lH'll, I Illicit
hIIihIo to nitiiii'rniis niiiiilar eiaHfH tlmt Imvo
coini' to my nnlico, "hut n wtinl to tlm wiso
is Hiillicii'iit." John (Ihkiiki,,
PlitirniiiciHf) Kvnnstnn, 111.
V Ml It K NT- Hodiiib, fiirnlhlicd , iihfurnUi,,.,
, 'i i"u m o""!' ,1,'!"'r'b r-uoi,l,,. rntcH
Apply lit HiillctlH hiilldiim.
1WW (cniik. 'llii. land Ih ellualrd four lull,-.
w. h of llwdtfei i'ark, urn- In rnltlvuf Ion. I or
liiirlli iiliiri) apply lo M, Uoi.JJhN
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