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THE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 'J, 1881.
THE DAILY JIULLETIN.
ODe: Bulletin Kuihllnc, Wastnneton Avenun
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RNTKRKU AT Tit R I'OST OPFH'IC IN CAIKo, IL
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GENERAL LOCAL 11 OS. - I hey are coming, community to uprcad over it tlio restriction
Some work wim done on tHI jjixth ' t'1P drunkard, as it would bo to irnpw n
bta-i-t sidewalk yesterday. On account of I ' I tint community, with the imprisonment
the scarcity of sand, citi'lcra arc being used the thief, lest by liberty they should nil
.it first ; a luyrr of sand will ho spread over f"" l" ''' '"k'-'1
these nud then the hiickswill he carefully -The ivpiibliean managers are again on
imtiediled in thut. The bricks are of the ' ""vc forapitrtiy.cn election next, April
best (piitlity - hctter than any that have ho They have heroine no witter through their
for lieen used for walks and it seems that experience in the full election. They are
Muxlmnin T'-mnTiinirr. h" Minimum lni
pomturi' HhmiIII. 0 im uirh.
Kivur. Mfi'iM II tiiiJn-H. Ka',1
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Si'rc't Siitnul Corui. U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOIUL ITEMS.
Notiri'A In IIiIk roltmiTi. nv- n-ni ht IIm, ''' '
I imerlinn. I'nr nut' mnnlh. .Mii-unli- r titu-.
A tine Si(uaie (inuid Pimm, new, and
warranted, t he sold very low fur cash,
or on installments. Call at K. K. Coming's
bookstore, coiner Kighth street and Com
Horse Clothing for Sale,
An improved English saddle and bridb's
and one winter and one summer horse
blanket, all quite new, ran he bought at a
bargain trom J. . hvcrlv, assistant signal
service officer. A jIy at the ollice in Cus
Cow Taken l'p.
Taken up a few las since, a red and
white milch cow with white face. Owner
may have same ly applying at
.1 ami s I'll km vV Store.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Ilcktograph Use, lor sale at liiK Un.i.KTiN
A neat cottage, pleasantly situated; for
particulars, inquire of 15. F, 1!i..vki:.
Oysters! Fish! Giune!
Fresh oyster, line and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Haltiniore
oysters received in cans, direct Irom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Red Snapper," the king among lish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
fruit. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Uoiikht Hkwitt, Ag't.
.Mountki) and varnished mans of Cairo,
for Bale, at The Rcu.ktin office.
Two houses and four lots, coi ner Tenth
Btfeet and Jefferson avenue, will he sold
seperately, or all together, as suits the pur
chaser. Title perfect. Apply to '
Mns. Samiki, Fish kh.
Washington avenue, between Ninth and
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Kcohler's sam
ple shop on Kighth street, between the
avenues. Otuer meats of the best qualify
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats. .
At l'at Fitzgerald's.
The ohlcst and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may b,i enjoyed at.
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. I'at. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial ; ami horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a bii'-s down to a
sulky, all in a first-class condition, as well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be hail
at the most reasonable liguivson a moment's
uotiee at his "llorse M.inson". Ilisplaeeof
Kindness is in connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
prompt ut t cut ion .
Closing Out, Hoots and Shoes.
Having n very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ladies'
and Childrens' si wed and pegged Hoots and
Mines, I have determined to close it out ut
ju ices Unit defy competition, in order to
make room for an iieiueii.e stock of spring
goods which will begin ,u arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before purehnsing
eUewhere, as I will a-siire you good bar
gains. I invite all to cail ami hcc for
themselves. (', Kuril,
No. !i0 Commercial avenue between Fifth
Hiid Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Free from satiety rate and anxiety,
charms in variety fall to his share,
IJacclius's Illisses and Vcnus's kisses, this
boys, this, is the Ilaehelor's fare.
Hut when Indigestion assails, and you
cannot get rest,
Who hut wife can administer Spring
Hlotisom the best.
Price: $1., .V) cents, ami (rial hollies
They are coining.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar holders,
a largo stock at F. I'orsuu'ycr's.
Sherill" Hodges and deputies were out
tax collecting yesterday in Cairo. The
sherill" renort.s collections very dull this
- We invite the attention of the reader
to the item in our special ha ul column,
headed "For Sale." A rare opportunity
for persons in want of a good piano.
Check honks, I'Celpt hooks, otMi'l'
books, etc., made t'l order on short notice
Hf Til K Hi I.I.KIIS oilier
Kohl, the man who killed Mr. Whit
camp, was taken lin k to Chester, UN., yes
The work of planking the Illinois Cm
tral track was auaiu begun jesteiday, inn
will he pushed to completion from now on.
Lieutenant S. S. I'owell, the L'nitei
Slates signal sei .u v iu-iiccliir, is daily ex
pected to arrive heie in hi
through the couniiy.
Mr. Iteaf Syn ier has the contract lor
repaii ing the ronl' of the Morris house, on
the corner of I'iUi diili and Cedar streets,
now occupied by Mr. T. !. her
It is expected by tin' temperance pen
pie that Kev. .1. I), lindi, of Columbus, Ky.,
will be here on mM Tuesday to assist ('
Lowr.y in the tempi lam e teviial.
Meerschaum pipes ami cigar holuers, a
large stock ut F. Iviimik r':-
The second story wa yesterday placed
on the porch of the Waverly House. The
porch will be a g;i it oru ancnl to the hotel
as well as a comfort to its ctiesls, when
The entire first floor of the Ilalliday
House is being lowered several inches; the
intention being to . spread a thick layer of
plaster over it and then lay another floor
on top of that in order to dea-len the sound
of walking, etc.
-Mr. Lcr-.y Wiley, of Paris, III., the
giand reporter of the order of Knightsof
Honor, will visit tirand Chain on the oth
instant and, it is expected, will also come
loivn to Cairn in the prosecution of his
Mr. Floto, the cabinet-maker, who has
a sample of his work in the form of a nc it
writing desk on exhibition, near the corner
of Sixth street and Ohio levee, will ralllc it
ofT in a few days, having already sold a
number of chances at fifty cents each.
James Anderson, the negro wlio was
committeed to the county jail some time
ago in default of a two hundred dollar bond,
was yesterday released upon the necessary
bond being presented to the sheriff. He
stands charged with pettit larceny.
The mud which was thrown
the Sixth street walks will be the best in
the cily when finished.
- Haitoii s 1' ice Tress is out again this
week for the first lime since the first week
in February. Haitoii has succeeded in
settling some dillicultics, which existed
lietween himscll and Joseph Hoharts and
others, by whichjhe was deprived of his job
office; but he now has possession of his ma
terial, has made peace with his opponents
ami expects to sail through the balance of
his life in smooth waters. So mote it be.
-lioth livers have gone down slowlv
but steadily for a day or two at this point,
which gives considerable satisfaction to
enp!c in general; our merchants are espec
billy gratified at this however, for it brings
with it the assurance that the country road.''
s regular tour in Missouri, Kentucky and Alexandr conn-
to will now soon be passable', so that farm
ers can come into the city. 1 lie water over
the Narrow gauge track has fallen several
feel, which enabled the freight trains to
c through yesterday for the first time
within the last week.
-The Illinois Central railroad company
are bringing down extra sleeping and other
passenger cars, anil taking tnrni south in
order to accommodate the great rush of the
New Orleans and Memphis Mardi (Iras
visitors that will begin in a day or two.
About half a do.en extra cars came down
yesterday, ami more are expected to-day
and to-morrow. This precaution is tin
doiibtedly necessary, lor the crowd ol
northern visitors at the two cities men
tinned, is larger this year than it has been
before, and when the festivities are over,
all will make a sudden rush for home.
Hiicklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
etkT, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
Rll kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded, price, M
cents per box. For sale by (Iko. K. O'Haka
I'Ot (.11 ' hVULM'.
heaps along the Illinois Central track on
Ohio levee a few days ago was hauled down
on Tenth street yesterday and used in fill
ing up the immense breaches the ruins had
made in either side of that street.
The outlook for mechanics in this city
was never better than at the present time.
The disagreements between employer mid
employed hist year had a tendency to retard
building and this, coupled with the long
ami severe winter, will cause business in.
The Choral society, or rather a slim
representation of it, met at the office of )r.
Jocelyn last night for practice; hut thcniim
there was so small that no practice was
had and the meet ing adjourned until next
Tuesday, when it is hoped a better attend
ance will be present.
Mr. Jacob Klee, the ice man, has had
a new ice-box built next to the meat mark
et of Mr. Jacob Walters, and has enclosed
it in a little shed with glass doors in front,
which gives it a very handsome appearance.
He will probably he among the first to
have an ice wagon out every morning.
-- The Turner society gave a masquerade
ball at their hall on the corner of Tenth ami
I'oplar streets last night, which was largely
attended and hugely enjoyed by those who
participated. There were many that were
masqued and many more that were not. but
all had lots of fun until early this morning.
We acknowledge the receipt by mail
of a portrait of Mr, Adam Fnrcpaiigh exe
cuted in the highest style of ait by the
famous artist, Matt. Morgan. The picture
is about two and one-half by three feet in
sizo and was sent to us by Mr. Charles II.
Day, agent for the (Ireat Forcpaiigh show,
Klevcn foreign governnienU have this
early given notice ol an intention to par
ticipate in the world's fair-Fnglainl,
France, Spain, Norway, Sweden, Denmark,
Austria, Turkey, Greece, Vciizuela, Ouatu-
mala, Germany and Fiance, in particular,
not to mention other mil ions, will certainly
make a far more creditable showing hero
than that which hardly did more than mis
represent them at Hid i enteniiial.
The bricks necessary to huh! the pil
lars for tho new. house to be creeled by
Messrs. Kcnnic & llernard, are already on
the ground on Commercial uvenne, and the
wind, etc., has also been procured. Hut the
lirtu has not yet decided upon the site. The
house, as is perhaps understood by our
readers, is to be it heavy frame one, to he
used for foundry purposes. At present, the
firm lias all the work it can handle, and lias
but little time U spans for superintending
an enlargement of its business,
-'Call ajialt! Check up the unbridled
ora.enry oi corporation loony work, or in
the name of all that's good there will he
more h-il in Illinois than duty devils can
attend to. This is no idle fling. We hear
the rumbling, and it bodes no good to the
active spirits at work in the present legis
lature. There are too many well paid lobsters
fattening off of coipnratinns, to give out
chin music, and tally. The people are be
coming alarmed, and unrest is beginning
to mark their actions. Clouds are gather
ing, storms threatening, and, unless there is
a speedy improvement, there is no measur
ing the disastrous result.''- -Springfield
--Thecitycounc.il met last night in the
council chamber; all members, including
the mayor, (with the exception ot Alder
men Ilalliday and Smith, who were ex
cused on account of sickness in their fam
ilies) were present. No very important
business was transacted yet much ill feel
ing was manifested by several ol the mem
bers, principally over an amendment, to the
ordinance concerning the office hours of
city clerk, treasurer and mayor. The
decision of tin! (hair was appealed
from several times. The reports of the
justices of the peace and the city officers
generally were, received and Icyoinl this
but little o interest was done.
The K. M. K. (.'. masquerade bull came
oil' at I Iai (man's hall last night and turned
mil to oe us successlHI as ilnl tlieir min
strel performance at the athrneuin the
evening befoic. The boys seem to be won
derfully .successful with their amusements
this year, which is no doubt due to theii
ability to furnish good entertainments and
tlieir free use of the advertising mediums
within their reach. The hall last night was
decorated profusely with flags etc., and
was crowded w ith young people in every
imaginable style of mess, representing in
iiitieniblc different characters. Some of the
suits were really elegant, others ludicrous,
and, of course, i xcited the disinterested oh
server to laughter. The music, was also
good and the management throughout ex
cellent. The boys, no doubt, realized
handsomely from the all'air.
--The Kev. Ch incellor It. Crosby, D. I).,
LL. I)., of Trcuiout Temple, Huston, in a
recent lecture on the subject of prohibition,
delivered to his congregation,
used the following language:
"The first moral error of the total ab
stinence system i.un tinning a medicinal
prescription into a bill of faro for all man
kind. I hat a drunkard should carefully
avoid every hum ol alcoholic, drink nobody
can deny. He is a diseased man and his
restoration depends on this restriction.
Now, by what logic does this man's duty
become mine? Hecause I have admitted
total abstinence as a correct principle in
Ins case, am I bound to admit it as a cor
rect principle for all? Are the sick to la
the norm of the well? Is the matter ol
diet to he regulated by the needs of the
drunkard? Why not, then, by the need of
the dyspeptic? Ah! but (say they) it is to
save you from becoming a drunkard. Well,
is the logic any way improved by this ex
planation? You would put me on a sick
regimen, to keep me from becoming Kick 1
Hecaiise total abstinence is absolutely nec
essary to a drunkard's recovery, you would
make it necessary to one who is not a
drunkard. Do you not see that, il you are
g"ing to prove your hitler proposition, you
must have another premise than your fortn
itrone? The two are wholly unconnected.
It Is tin offense to tlio moral sense of the
in the truest sense of the term bourbon re
publicans; tor they will neither forget the
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milieus oi twenty years ago nor
learn (he wisdom that time has taught
(hey will again rush headlong into dis
graceful defeat. A few of them are seek
ing to repeat the programme, of last Novem
her, not caring very much what the result
will be to the city, just in order to defeat
somebody that they do not liks and in or
der to elect one of their own number. In
short they are endeavoring to foist upon
the people, candidates tor the city offices
that are selected by themselves not with
respect to their litness for the offices, imr
with any regard whatever to the people's
interests, but simply because of their
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i' I'iioiichiiimu. ii no nielli tiie question is
not, "is the man honest and capable, )nd
what is his position upon the questions of
city and county improvements, etc.," but
all they require is that he be a white man
and all they ask is "did you vote lor Oar
Held and Arthur." If he can answer these
interrogatories in the affirmative then he is
a lit city officer, be his opinions on munici
pal affairs what they will. Hut let these
Ioor deluded bourbons burn their noses
once more, it is the only way in which per
sons ol that kind learn to shun the tire.
"Josh Hillings" once said - "Fools learn
from experience, but wise men learn
from the experiences of fools." If the man
that learns from personal experience is a
fool, what miisf he be who fails to learn
even in that way.
W. ('. A L. A.
To-day, at three o'clock, the annual
meeting of the Woman's Club and Library
Association will be held at the library
room, when tic election of officers fur the
ensuing year will take pbt'-r. A full meet
ing is expected. On Saturday evening the
sixth nnnivetviiy of the association will be
celebrated at the Hough and Jadv Fne
Company's hall, Inch the ladies have had
placed at their di-posal by the generosity
ol its members. The program this year is
unusually iuteiv-ting, and besides the an-
nil.ll address by the president, the annual
poem, reports, etc. will include a paper by
Judge II. S. Vocuin; the readings by Miss
Warder and Miss Alvord; music bv Mis.
Winter, Miss Pitcher, the Methodist ouar-
ette and others, and other fealuresof in
terest. 1'he library association is in a most
satisfactory and flourishing condition, and
is becoming a niaiked power in the
community. I'he efforts of the Indies to
keep the library up to the highct stand
ard, wellileserve thecordial recognition they
are receiving. We, are glad to know that
the loss occasioned bv the bad uvitlii.r t!,.
night ol the Stuart lingers entertainment,
as inn sngiit, and mat tiie generosity of
several gentlemen has assisted in making it
good. The other two public entertain
ments of the past year were a marked suc
cess, and the association will enter unon it.
seventh year with a comfortable balance
in the treasury, and the Library in the best
possible working order.
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Oilier (leMliTM Hhk yoil f ,' Till
Fnces Always the Lowest. GEO. J, O'HAIiA.
return of these islanders, to primitive ways,
they will also revert to canahalism has set
the mind of the editor of the St. Louis
Chronicle to a sarcastic tune, and he thus
discnurses on us probability :
"That yean of civilization have not crad
le tied the native taste for roast missionary
ha on inure than one occasion been com
pletely demonstrated, but that intercourse
with the whiles has giv-ii the Indians of
the pacjije something of an idea of cookery
and developed among them certain epicu
rean instincts is eipially assured. If there
fore, the Simians levert, as is to be feared,
to barbarism, it does not follow tlmt tlu.i.
will resume their old ways of cookery, a
'""'i which Id afford missionaries no
little gr.itiliealion, even the most modest
cleigyman bring likely to prefer, that his
best cuts should be done in a high stlvle of
irt to feeling tint his remains are, to
nelely broiled on heated stones and
then cad u undone. Tin- Samoans n ill take
irk into b ii ban. m with them experience
g'" I in aui asmii kitchens and will
Ul'tles, take with Ihein also n limited
supply of eo.ik Irmks. With such knowl-
i the ciii -me cinnot but be an improve-
mint on the aboriginal stylo Hnd the
prisoners tlcy rapture in war or the clergy.
men they receive with open arms and
empty .stomachs will be served im
as dainties alwavs should I...
I he i laboi ate stMttnieiit of an eastern paper,
ill one of il,.. ( no, i I .il islands has a sort
I i mm is -ai y gMieral whose duty it is to
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tli it the king's I ardi r is never emntv.
Ill K S A. MOAN WAR.
I'hi' little kingdom of islands in the I'a-
cihe, known as Samoan, is at inescnt en
gaged in a terrific, civil war that sccma
likely to depopulate it. The death of the
late king has m ule it the duty of the new
g' vei niiient to first establish itself by put
ting down a gigantic rebellion. These
islands, when fir.-t di covered, were occupied
by a gentle race of savages, the mm good
natured, the women big eyed and affection
and, despite a supposed tendency among
the tribes t nvanl the epicurean delight. of
cannibalism, the Samoan islands became a
favm ite resort of shippers. Sailors deseited
to live with the gent'e female ishmdeis, and
the I.nglish language, profanity, whisky
and other incidentals of civilization were
gradually introduced by the superior race.
As the natives became thus educated and
refined they abandoned home of their bar
barous ways, took to wearing clothes part
oftheiime, established, something like a
regular government, and began
also gradually to die on"
under the eHed of new diseases.
Since the death of the old king, what is
known as the old party, presumably that
class or old native Saniouiis, who think that
a return to primitive ways when cloihrs
were a superfluity mid the people, more
healthy and more virluoiis, is waging open
war. A descent was recently made upon
the town of bona Kasaleleaga, situated on
the biggest of the islands and captured the
place with "fearful slaughter." The fear
fill slaughter relerred to seems, from the
account, to have been the extinction 0f five
old men, one woman and four children.
Nobody else was killed at this particular
fight, but the government forces having
pursued the insurgents a dreadful battle
ensued in which three men were kiiled on
ono Bide while the losses on the other were
not ascertained, but were supposed to be ut
least four. It is the improper thing, of
course, but one's sympathies rather go out
to the old party in the present struggle.
They did not livo in the orthodox waytho'
mild natives who once basked in the sun
shine or the turf, and who had no theology
save when they baked n missionary, but
they were healthy lmppVi
The dreailul possibility that with the
and the trouble this particular official ha
had he ( plaini d lately to an ancient sailor
whose ship touched at his island. It seems,
according to this statement, that, "the shift
less Mamh is had a habit, whenever they
made a killing of some hostile tribe, or
caught a supply of missionaries, of cooking
the whole lot cramming the entire gang
down at one meal. Instead of this the
coioini-sary would always save enough
for sfv,, ai it were. He
built a sort ol conal, in which he would
keep a few pii-oners of Ixith sexes, and
thereby always had a nice fat juvenile or
two on baud, ready to broil in caw compa
ny should drop in urn xpectedly. He usnl
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to s,i ni ,i strangers nappeneil in he
always liked to have a little white meat to
set before them. He called Kurojiean
captives white meat and the natives dark
llU'at. The eolnlniarv said that oner
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they came very i,ir getting out of the
choice cuts of human being entirely.
Their stock had dwindled down, in conse
quence o an extra number of picnics and
parties given that senson, until there
wa nothing left nut at grass but an old
missionary and his wile. The king was
about to receive Mime visitors from a neigh
boring island, and he insisted on having
the le v. Ir. oliicoiler- that, was the mis
sionary's name, baked with potatoes un
der him ami .Mr-. X. stewed with mush
rooms somehow; but the commissary ob
jected, lb made u thrilling speech to the
cabinet, and pointed out that not only
were the Z's ti ighttully tough, but that no
Caucasian ship might touch there for years,
and that meanwhile it wouldn't do to ex
terminate the breed entirely. 'Rather let
Us coiitiol our iiicuriaii loii'drcs' said
the cnmiuk-.ny to the tube, 'and wait ill
the blisslul hope that at some nnt distant
day the hearts of our esteemed reserves may
be gladdened by the advent of a sunny
haired darling some blue eyed broiler
from cherub land.' He succeeded in con
vincing tin- natives and ther concluded to
give the Zollicofl'crs a chance, the result of
which was that within a year Mrs. Z. had
twins. The natives ate the twins the next
Thanksgiving day, the commissary said
mast, with oysters, and lemons in their
mouths. The king was so perfectly de
lighted that he had taken the commissary's
advice and they called him
I'hilopena twins, you sec ever nftcr.
i'ieer sort of an idea, wasn't it?" Such is
the account of an old sailor, and if his story
of w hat a thoroughly savage tribe has done
be true, what triumphs of cookery in anew
direction may not be looked for from the
Samoans, who have had for a time all the
benefit.; of civilization and cook books?
It istiue that the old sailor may have lied,
or the paper giving his story may have
done so. At any rate, much may bo look
ed for from the Samoans, and if this article
does not consider them in all their aspects
and their future as it should do, it is at
least mi justified in ita facts and its predic
tions as the average editorial article now
current suggested by the rebellion in the
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