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THE DAILY BULLETIN
OWio: Bulletin Building;, Wwhlngton Avenue
RKTUHKU AT TUB POST OWICI IN OAIBO, IL
UNOIH, AS SECOND-CLASS MATT KB.
omuAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notire in thi column, eight cents per line foi
rl ami flvo cuius per Hue each uheuuent iuaor
ti.iu. For uui ". Wccota pcrltne. l"or one
month, ti l cents pur line.
One miMsiiKU and one unfurnished
rooms to rent. Apply of
Mus. IIoyle, Eighth street.
rule men, women ami society, Kind's and
l'rinci'8 acknowledge its sway, and Tublie
Opiuitm is sold ouly by II. Meyers, solo
agent fur Cairo, Illinois. Don't fail to ob
tain a supply.
Early Koso Potatoes.
Just received and for sale, rive car loitds
of line Early ltoso Potatoes.
W. M. Cl'SDIkf, Eighth street
All parties holding due bills from C. 0.
Patier & Co., will please call and have
same rxiu to October 3d, 1881. Persons,
indebted to that date on our books, are re
quested to make payment at once, as all ac
counts of the old firm must bo closed at
once. . Ciias. O. Patiek.
A doirable building lot, on the-north
Bide, of Twenty-first street, between Poplar
and Sycamore, cheap.
M.J. IIowi.kt, Ileal Estate Agt.
St. Louis Fair and Fx position, October
3d to 8th.
THE ILLINOIS CENTUAL IIAILUOAD
Will sell excursion tickets to St. Louis and
return at one fakb for the round trip.
Commeuce sale of tickets baturday, Oct.
1st, and continue until 8th. Good tore
turn until Mouduy, Oct. 10th, inclusive.
James Johnson, A. II. Hanson,
Oen'l Agt, Cairo. 11 . Gen'l Pass. Agt.
Messrs. Jesse Ilinkle & Sou, 79 Ohio
Levee, are prepared to furnish at retail all
kinds of fresh meats at the lowest prices
and deliver the same free of charge to all
parts of the city. Orders for meats by tele
phone No. 119, will have prompt attention.
Oysters by the Can
at Do Baun's 50 Ohio Levee.
Buy Long or Short,
but be sure to buy enough of "Public Opin
ion," the best cigar ever offered in this
market. Sold only by II. Meyers, sole
agent, Cairo, Illinois.
THUEE HUNDRED MEN
To work on a railroad, wages $1.50 per
dny, board $3.50 per week. For further
information see C. Mauley, Court House
Hotel, Cairo, 111.
ut De Unun's 50 Ohio Leyee.
lee, Wholesale ami Retail.
I am now prepared to sull ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. U'J. F. M. Ward.
in cans at De Hauii's.
For Sale at Greenlield's Landing,
I offer lor sale my store house, residence,
and three acres of land. The store is 19x
70, and dwelling comprises 5 rooms and
kitchen. The location is first-class for busi
ness. A county road passus on each side ol
the place. For particulars apply to
John Tansek, Greenfield's Landing, Mo.
Fresh arrival of Select Oysters at Avin
pcr&Tharp's Restaurant and European Ho
tel, Ohio Lev.su, next to City National Bank.
every day, and served up to order in the
best style, cooked or raw, nt any hour of dav
or night. Also for sale at lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family use.
in cans at De Baun's.
A Fine Farm
TO LEASE KOH A TKIIM OK VKAI1S.
I will lease mv farm at I'liiu.ski in m!U
from Cairo, to a good tenant for a term of
yean, i no iarm is ricn bottom and tim
bered upland, good for fruit and early
gardening; two living1 springs of water that
lini.-, clmu-n ns. dI.iih f r..:t:.w. . i
.....v B'.v.,u uu oino ui milium hub jjrescm
dry season; new two-story dwelling of 7
rooms within live minutes walk of railroad
depot, postoffico ami telegraph office;
mineral water as good as the best can be
obtained by driving. At a littlo expense
a fish pond fed by living water can be
made and stocked with nativo fish. The
wheat crop this season yielded 15 bushels
to the acre and corn will yield 30 buBhels to
the acre. As a dairy farm, the placo is un
equaled. New farm implements, cows,
ho etc. will be sold with the lease it
desired. Parties are invited to visit the
place or address mo by letter.
E. M. Ixjwk, Pulaski, Ills.
Enqu.ne. mHv be made at Tub Bulletin
office or of J. II. Mctcalf, Cairo, Ills.
at Do Baun's 54 Ohio Levee.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Ilattio 8. an elegant email Havana
cigar, at Schuh'g,
The new elevator has had steam up for
Messrs. J. Lattner & Son havo a new
Mr. Chas. M. Howo returned from Wis
consin yostcrday morning.
Col. John O. Mann, of the M. C. H. It.,
was at "The Halliday" yesterday.
Wo will sell mens full stock kip boots,
at $2.00. A. Black, 140 Commercial avo.
Miss Emma Hiley has returned from her
summering on the lakes, looking brown as
Calf Boots for J3.00, at Black's. Wo
warrant every pair of these Boots just as
Mr. 11. II. Cunningham's new frame
house, on Fourteenth street, is nearly ready
to be occupied.
Louis Lawson, J. Shannessy's victim,
was not dead late last night, but ho was in
a precarious condition.
Our stock of Boys and Girls School
Shoes is the largest and most complete in
the city. A. Black.
A now earth and cinder walk in front
of tho blacksmith shop of Mr. Fred Hof-
hemz is in course of form.
Mrs. T. W. Halliday was taken seriously
ill Wednesday evening, but was resting
quite comfortably yesterday.
The supper at Temperance hall last
night, like all tho entertainments of tho W.
C. T. U., was a grand success.
A church benefit and Sunday school
convention will be held at Sandusky, in this
county, on Saturday, October 15th.
Miss Clara Baum Gartel, cousin of Mr.
W. C. Mchner, arrived unexpectedly and en
tirely alone from Germany a day or two ago.
-The funeral of City Clerk Foley's
mothe., was held yesterday afternoon and
was largely attended by tho friends of the
Jenuio Warren and Helen White were
arrested yesterday by Officer Olmsted for
disorderly conduct and fined five dollars
and costs each.
If you want first-class boarding call at
Charles Schoenmeyers' corner Toplar,
Tonth and Washington avenue, Germania
Repairs aro going on in tho freight de
pot of tho M. C. R. R. on this side. A new
floor is being laid in a portion of tho build
ing for one thing.
Messrs. Lancaster & Rico havo begun
the erection of a brick engine and boiler
house, near their new planning mill on
We have tho best shoe in the market,
which we sell for $2.00, with worked but
ton holes and French Fly. A. Black, 140
There appears to be absolutely no
truth in tho report, so shamefully circulated,
that a prominent gentleman of Villa Ridge
ia involved in a hideous scandal.
See our Cincinnati-made, ladies shoes.
Brush Kid, Worked Holes, French Fly, at
$2.50. Every pair warranted. A. Black,
140 Commercial avenue.
The annual district convention for this
year, of tho county Sunday school workers
will bo held at Greenville on Thursday and
Friday, October 20th and 21st.
Mr. Joseph Steagala's drive-well on
Sixth 6treet is finished. It is furnished
with a good stout pump and a drinking
cup, and is, therefore, a public benefaction.
Tho call meeting of tho city council
for last evening, to consider a communica
tion from Mr. Daniels in regard to tho city
water works contract, failed for want of a
At the corner, of Thirty-fourth and
Poplar streets Mr. W. F. Russel has erected
a large frame tenement house in anticipa
tion of a rapid increase in tho population of
that portion of the city.
A fine yawl, twenty-two feet long, has
been built by Mr. Schombs, at his shop on
Commercial avenue, tor the Cairo Hunting
Club, composed of a number of good citi
zens who aro also good marksmen and
lovers of sport.
Remember tho temperanco meeting to
night at tho hall. An eloquent address
will bo made by Geo. Hendricks, Esq. The
public is cordially invited to attend, and
the members of tho club aro especially
urged to bo present.
Five freight cars broke loose on the
C, St. L. & N. O. incline on the Kentucky
shoro night before last. Three of them
were stopped, but two wont in tho river,
damaging tho transfer steamer H. S. Mc
Yesterday's property record consisted
of the following: John Wood and wife to
Wm. M. Davidson; special warranty deed,
dated September 1st, 1881, for five feet off
lot3 numbered thirty -seven and thirty-eight,
in block numbered seventy, in Cairo.
Mr. Louis Herbert has had tho plank
walk around his residence at the corner of
Twelfth and Poplar strcots removed, and is
having a solid earth, and cinder walk
made in place of it, which will, when
properly packed down, bo overlaid with
District Attorney Corkhill has the van-
tago ground in tho star-routo prosecutions.
By the law of the fedoral district a crimi
nal process can bo begun by information as
well as by indictment. So that tho case is
brought into tho courts in advanco of in
dictments. A man natnod Rowley, a republican of
Conkling's own city, ia found to bo the
author of tho letter threatening Conkling
who. com mad. Rowley admits that tho
threat was mado. Assassination soetns to
run wild through tho brolns of republicans.
"ey waut to slaughter each other.
TIUS DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
The president having sottled up his pri
vate business, will now begin tho execu
tion of his dntieB as chief executive He
has stmt a first-class French cook to
Washington from New York, and ho evi
dently means to livo well. Ho knows what
drafts will bo made upon his physical
On tho stalwart principle, Collector
Robertson cannot be removed from his po
sition in New York until Messrs. Miller and
Laphain, the New York senators elect, give
their consent. Tho stalwart faction is now
the cxtremo BtatcB rights group of tho coun
try. Tho stalwart leader, Mr. Conkling,
established tho principle that tho Federal
offices in a state aro tho property of tho
senators from that stato.
Tho maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding thrco o'clock p. ru.
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: ' Chattanooga, Tonn., 07; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 05; Davenport, Iowa, 03; Dubuquo,
Iowa, 57; Keokuk, Iowa, 00; LaCrosse,1
Wis., 55; Leavenworth, Kas., 74; Louis
ville, Ky., 71; Memphis, Tcnn., ; Nash
ville, Tenn., ; Omaha, Neb., 75; Pitts
burg, Pa., 00; Shrevcport, La., ; St.
Louis, Mo., 09; St. Paul, Minn., 49;Vicks
burg, Misp., ; North Platto, Neb., 09;
Yankton, Dak., 04; Bismarck, Dak., 08;
Dodge City, Kan., 84.
There is complaint among tho parents
of some of tho young lady scholars
of tho high school room against
the five (lights of stairs which
tho latter aro compelled to climb so
often during tho day ia order to reach their
room. Serious effects in the form of physi
cal disturbances have manifested them
selves in somo of tho scholars referred to,
which are directly traceable to this torturo
Bomo climbing of stairs and which have
caused a number of parents to decide upon
withdrawing their children and giving them
home instruction. The matter is therefore
entitled to the serious attention of tho
school board, and will very probably receive
it. It has been suggested that some of the
younger scholars from a lower room be
transferred to the upper room, and vice
Bismarck having, through stern neces
sity, decreed toleration to tho Roman Cath
olics in Prussia, it would bo inconsistent if
he does not a bandon his antagonism to the
Ilehrows. It is known that during tho
whole anti-semitic movement tho chancellor
hns secretly aided and approved tho courso
of the anti-semitic party. Ho has per
mitted tho court clergymen to declaim
against the Hebrews and has interposed no
objection whatever to tho utterances of tho
government organs against that race. Ho
is known to have used his power to keep
tho Hebrews out of the Reichstag, and tho
governmout takes no precautions whatever
to prevent demonstrations of a mob charac
ter against them, although fully advised of
such movements before hand. This is all
very disgraceful to the German government
and is necesaarially resulting in the depart
ure of many good German citizens of tho
Hebrew faith, to foreign lands, where they
receive better treatment.
The oyster strike at New Orleans has
weakened ; its back is broken, and oysters
at thirty cents a do7.cn will soon be a thing
of the past. When the oyster aristocracy,
the bivalvular nolr.lity, the molluscous mag
nates put up the price from twenty to thirty
cents a dozen the people cried aloud with
distress and indignation. Tho rank and
file of the oyster dealers sympathized with
tho public in this strait and continued to
supply delicious oysters at the old price,
and bo greatly did they profit by this right
eous and reasonable behavior that they did
all tho business while the selfish shellfish
oysttrr.rats suffered accordingly. As a re
sult, the strikers for higher prices havo
weakened, and now, at aristocratic oyster
stands that had stuck out for stylo and
thirty cents, aro Been placards offering tho
succulent soother of stirrcd-up Btomachs at
fifteen cents a dozen. The pooplo aro will
ing to pay twenty cents for goo d oysters.
The following facts concerning the custom-house
square walk will be of interest:
Tho material used is Portland cement mixed
with a certain chemical which Mr. M. E.
H. Barrett, who has tho contract to lay the
walk, claims as a secret. It is a fact very
generally acknowledged that sand, if hold
together, is almost ns durablo as any stono,
and it is the object of Mr. Barrett's meth
od to convert the best sand into a compact
mass by means of cement and chemicals.
A thick layer of dampened sand, mixed
with tho substances, is first spread over tho
ground, and firmly stamped down so that
of itself it presents a solid foundation for
tho foot of both man and boast. Over this
is spread a sheet of cement, etc., tho sur
face of which is mado as smooth as a looking-glass
and becomes as white nnd nearly
as hard as lime-stmo when thoroughly dry,
which requires only a day or s( . The pave
ment is laid down in shouts, or in imitation
of ring-stone. Sometimes it is laid
in diagonal slabs and other times it is laid
in a solid sheet. But tho latter method is
objectionablo, becauso tho pavement like
nearly all other substances is affected by
tho cold and heat in tho atinosphore
licut expanding and cold contracting it.
If, thoreforo, tho pavement is laid in
a solid sheet it is very liablo
to crack under tho iufluenco of theso at
mospheric changes. Tho creases in the
custom houso pavement are cut cloar to the
ground and then Oiled with dry sand ia
order that they may not run together!
Honco if tho pavement contracts under tho
influence of cold it will part, if it does at
FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1881.
all, nt tho joints nnd tho slabs will remain
wholdy uninjured, Tho custom houso
pavement all but the drivo walk in tho
rear of tho building, costs tho government
eighteen cents per square foot, tho drive
walk will cost twenty-two cents per square
foot, but it is not yet certain that the latter
will bo relaid as tho old is quite good yet.
There, are in tho entire pavement, in and
outsido of tho IncloBuro, including tho
drivo-walk, about eighteen thousand five
hundred square feet, of which tho drive
walk comprises about three thousand flvo
hundred. Therefore, tho new pavement
around three Bides of tho building, contains
about fifteen thousand squaro feet, which,
at eighteen cents per foot, would amount
to twenty-seven hundred dollars; the thrco
thousand five hundred squaro feet, if re
laid at twenty-two cents per foot, will
amount to Bevon hundred and seventy dol
lars; so that the total cost of tho pavement
would bo about thirty-five ncNDUEO dol
lars, not ten thousand dollars as has been
rumored in the city. Mr. Borrett's bid
was one of a number of others, forwarded to
tho department at Washington, where it was
decided to be the lowest, it being about
one-third ns much as tho bids made for
constructing tho same walk of flag stone.
Tho old pavement which is being torn up
ns this is being laid down, is said to havo
contained about two thousand square yards
nnd cost tho government ubout twenty
Bevcn hundred dollars. It was not near as
durablo as experience lias proven the new
to bo wherever it has been in use.
FAST TIME TO NEW ORLEANS.
The Cairo Short lino took one solid train
of twenty cars of beer from tho Anheuser
Busch brewing company destined for Vera
Cruz and other points in Mexico, which
was put through from St. Louis to New
Orleans in sixty-two hours, as is Btated in
tho following telegram :
New Orleans, Oct. 4, 1881. II. S. De
Pue, general agent Cairo Short line, St.
Louis: Tho beer arrived all right on train
No. 7 at 8 a. m. to-day, and was ready for
delivery to vessel at noon. Shake !
W. O.Finley, A. G.F. A.
On last Saturday evening, about three
o'clock, three prisoners escaped from the
county jail. They were Teed, in for steal
ing, and who got out onco before; Good, in
for grand larcency, and Jackson, in for
stealing Tackett's horse at Milburn some
time ago, an account of which was con
tained in tho News about that time. Their
escape was soon discovered, and in less
than thirty minutes parties were in pursuit,
going in various directions. About night
or a little after, Good was captured at Wick-
liffe, by Robt. Jennings and Ed Hawes.
The Green boys of Milburn, on returning
homo that evening, ran up on Jackson at
Mrs. Carroll's, about five or six miles south
of Blandville. They were both put back in
jail, but Teed is still at large. Jackson
and Good certainly showed very littlo
shrewdness in trying to make their escape.
Good took the public road to Wickliffe,and
inquired the way several times of parties on
the road. Under these circumstances, it
was an easy matter to trace him. Jackson
showed as little judgment in stopping on
the public highaway within a half dozen
miles of Blandville, and calling for his
Union depot talked of at Jacksonville.
The embroidery factory at Highland is
Some 20 young men of Greenville have
organized a social club.
The Zeitungand Stern, two Belleville
papers, havo been consolidated.
Ulico mills, at Quincy, are now making
flour by the patent roller process.
S. A. Brownfield is in custody at Jersey-
villo for a beastly assault ou a 7-year-old
John Clare has been sentenced to 15
years in the pen for killing Dan Connors at
Lincoln last fall.
The oil continues to flow steadily at the
rato of 10 barrels a day at the new well at
Before Rev. J. A Scarritt left Brighton
for Cairo, bis B. parishioners gave him a
Louis Dudinger, a Rock Island drummer,
went a sleep on a doorstep st Cordova and
was robbed of $250.
Cholera (or what is called such) is raging
in thy country about ' Jacksonville many
deaths are reported.
At Cairo, Monday morning, Mary Baugh,
17 years old, shot herself dead. Suicide
tho result of a little quarrel with her mother.
At Peoria, Saturday night Michael Mc
Namara, an old man of 00, fell into a dis
tillery vat of hot slop and was terribly
burned, but ho died Sunday forenoon.
P. W. Irvine, a traveling man from Troy,
O., committed suicide with laudanum at
Decatur, Monday suffered from rheuma
tism aud didn't want to livo any longer.
Tho man Pierco who was lynched at
Bloomington Saturday night was a Jack
sonville character, crazy, and believing
himsolftobo Charley Christ, son ot
Eugenie, on her recent visit to Paris, is
said to havo executed a will in favor of
Princo Victor, and urged him to devote his
mind to the imperial cause.
Hannibal Hamlin has accoptod the mis
sion to Spain, to which position ho was ap-
To every purchaser of One Dollar's worth of Goods we will present a
Cairo Street Railway Ticket. We do this to encourage the new enterprise
and to bring the Chcapast Dry Goods House closer to your houses.
During this week in Bleached and Unbleached Canton Flannels, Oc.
worth 8c; 8c to 10c, worth 10c to 12c; 12c to 15c, worth 14c to 18c;
Scarlet Flannels, all wool and guaranteed, from 13c to 30c, worth 18c
to 35c; Elegant Bleached Muslin, Cc, cheap at 8c; and Unbleached for
5c. Now is your time to obtain your Fall and Winter Flannels and
Muslins at exceedingly low prices.
To Close Out,
We will offer, for this week only, a handsome line of Matlesee Dry Goods,
in all eclors, and seasonable goods, for 8c, worth 15c; 10c, worth 17c.
2,000 pieces of Fall Calicos, choico patterns, for 5c, Belling everywhere
for 8c. 1,000 dozen Hosiery, 5c per pair, worth 15c.
We offer theso inducements for ono week only, ending Saturday even
ing, October 11th.
llf'We intei.l to make things "warm" this seaBon, if good goods
and low rniCES will do it!
124. Commercial Ave.
pointed by President Garfield on the morn
ing of the assassination.
Commissioner lUum has decided that
taxes must bo paid on the capital and de
posits of every person or li rm doing busi
ness in stocks, bullion, exchange or prom
Gov. Cullom and his wife aud daughters
are enroute for tho Atlantic const, to attend
the celebration of Yorktown. He lias in
vited his military staff to meet him ut the
President Arthur has assured Postmaster
General James and Secretury Hunt that
they can remain in the cabinet as long as
they desire, and both will keep their port
folios. Commissioner Dudley is being
urged for the interior department.
The monetary stringency in New York
yesterday was so severe on foreign exchango
as to permit the importation of gold at a
profit. Government bonds were depressed,
and a heavy decline took place in all kinds
of speculative stocks.
Secretary Blaine is on the way to Wash
ington. A publishing house in Hartford is
urging him to write a life of President Gar
field, but he deems the six months allowed
him a space altogether insufficient fur the
The district grand jury at Washington
was unanimous in finding a true bill against
Guiteau. One of tho bullet-proof wagons
of tho treasury department will doubtless
bo used to convey the assassin from the
jail to the court room to plead.
General Terry has ordered three compa
nies of the Fifth infantry to march from
Fort Kcogh, and endeavor to avert a col
lision between a band of Yanktouais nnd a
party of five hundred buffalo hunters, en
gaged in slaughtering the animals for their
All the democratic senators havo been
requested to attend a conference in Wash
ing to-day. Those already on tho ground
seem to feel no doubt about the choice ot
Senator Bayard as president pro tern., and
are willing to arrange with tho republicans
for filling the minor offices.
General Hancock has chartered ono of
tho finest steamers ou Long Island sound,
on which to proceed to the Yorktown cen
tennial nnd entertain the more prominent
guests. It is thought that bis reception by
the people during the Garfield obsequies
raised new hopes in regard to the presi
dency. The new class of naval cadets at Annap
olis was treated to s, vigorous hazing last
Sunday night. Suspicion fell on members
of the third class, and, as they refused to
make any disclosures, the whole fifty were
sent on board the Santee, to remain until
further orders, no communication between
them being allowed.
It is admitted by Commissioners Russell
and Meachniu that tho White river Utes
have returned to tho reservation in Colora
do. When tho Uncompahgres shall havo
boen paid off, the commissioners will ro
port tho work ot transfer complete, in or
der that tho interior department may pro
claim tho old reservation open to settle
ment. While Buffalo Bill, accompanied by his
wife and daughter, was walking to his
hoteljin Council Bluffs, lroin the opera
house, Monday evening, an unknown man
rode up and fired thrco shots at him from
a revolver. J. T. Benedict, a demented
saloon keeper, was discovered to be tho as
sailant, and has been held in $1,000 to an
swer. The spectacle ef tho Veiled .Prophets, to
which St. Louis was treated last evening,
was the most gorgeous of the kind. The
streets wcro brilliantly illuminated and
tastefully decorated. Tho pageant com
prised twenty-ono cars, representing scenes
in fairyland, and was accompanied by
twelve bands of music. The ceremonies
closodwithaball at the merchants' exchange.
A New aud Complete Hotel, fronting on Levee,
Second and Railroad Streets,
The Passenger Depot of the Cbicain), St. Louie
and New Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash. Ht.
Louis and Paclflc; Iron Mountain aud Boutbern;
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and Ht. Louts Railways
are all Just serosa tbe at not; while the Steamboat
Landing li bnt one iqnare distant,
This Hotel I heated bjr steam, baa eteara
Laundry, Hydraolle Elevator, Electric Call Bella.
Automatic Plro-Alarma, Hatha, absolutely pure air,
period sewerage and complete appointments.
Superb furnishings; perfect service; andaaun
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extra charge. "
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from all dangoroaa drugs, and attention ta called to
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Octobers, 1881. -dim CAIRO, ILLS.
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