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E DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY M0RNIN0, OCTOBER 15, 1881.
Mayor-N. B. Thist.towood.
Ir.asurer -T J. Krtli.
Clerklh nnls. J, Foley.
C'ounsulor Wm. B.UIlburt.
Maraliul L. II. .Mcyi!m,
Attorney William Hendricks.
btixuu or AUJIHMIN.
First Ward 1'eter fiaup, T. M . Klmhrouuh.
Second Ward Ji'huu Ubiklit, (J. N. Untitles.
Third Ward U. F. Ulaku. John Wnoil.
Fourth Ward Charlua O. Patlur, Adolph Bwo-
fifth Ward-T. W. IlaUldav, Ernest B. Pettlt.
Circuit .Indue f). J. linker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvin.
Cuiiuly JndK K. H Yocum.
Comity Clerk -H.J. llumrn.
County Attorney J. M. JJamrnn.
County TruHmm-r Miles W. l'arkt-r.
hhcrllT Julin lloiljses.
Coroner K. YUr.y? raid.
County ComiiilHolonira-T. W. Halllday, J. A,
Glhha and Samuel 15rlli;y.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Touth and Poplar
itreets; preaching II n't and third Bundaya In
each month, 11 a to. and 7:l p. ra.: prayer n.."t
In? Thursday, 7::)0u. m.; Sunday school, :3u a.m
Kev. A. 4. HESS, I'astor.
CUTKCII OK TUB REDEEM BR (KpUcnpal)
Fourteenth street; Hunday 7:)a. hi., Holy
Kuril wtt; 'J ::VI a. m , Sunday school; lU.lia.m.,
Mornlntf prayers; 8:K)p. m., evening prayers. F.
P. Davenport, 8. T, K. lienor.
IIHHT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CITUKCII.
V 1'reachlnir at 10:30 a. ir,., 3 p. m., and 7:J0 p. m.
Bahhath school at 7:10 p. m Kev. T. J. Shorei,
f CTIIKKAN -Thirteenth street; m-rvh-ca Hah
yj bath l ' a. ni. ; Sunday school 'i p. m. Ret.
MKTIIOOIST-Cor. Klj-htr. and Walnut streets;
Pn-achlnp Sahliath 1:VI . m. and 7 p.m.!
prayer meetlnjr, Wednesday 7:!i p. m.; Stiuday
Bchool, a m. Kev. Whittaker, pastor.
TiKKSBYTEKIAN Elthth street; preachlne on
X tiahhath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:S0p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:ao p.m.; Sunday scuool
at 3 p. m. Rev B. Y. George, paator.
ST. JOSEPH S -(Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Wa'.nnt streets: services Sahhath 10:30 a.
.; Sunday School at i p. m.; Yenpera 3 p. m.; ser
nce every day at 8 a. m. Rev. U'ilara, I'ricnt.
ST- PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Washington avenue; services Sab
bath 8 and lo a.m.; Vespers '4 p. m. ; Sunday School
t p. tn. servlo-s every daj at a m. Rev. Mitatcntuu
Ji. R.TIM?: CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.H.
THAIKS DET'AHT. TIIANS IIUIIVI.
Mall 1:10 am
Kxpreta tt: W am
tKxoreM S:J0 p,ra
MISS CENTRAL R
Mall r,:Vp.m I tMall .V.SXa.m
tKxpress 11:10a m tKxpress 9:J0a.m
C. A ST. L. R. R. (Narrow Gaue.)
Eipr 4::) p.m I 'Express :40a.m
Afom'datoln lu:v p.m I Acrom'datlon. 1 ::tu p.m
Bundaycicur'n p.m Sunday eicur'n s:40am
ST. L , I. M. A S. R R.
I tExpress l'J:nRp m
t Accom'dation.ll :45 a.m
CAIRO t INCENNES II. R.
' Mail Jt Ei .... 5:rtia.m I Muil A Ex.... 9::J9p.m
Dally except Sunday, t Daily.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. II.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Running
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikect Connkctiox
Trains Liuti Caiko:
:t: 1 5 ;i in. Mail,
ArrlvitiKln St. Louis :4." a.m. : Chlcau'o,8:Vp.m.;
CoiitK-ciliiK at Odin and KnWharu Tor Cincin
nati, Louisville, Iudiatiiipolia and poluta Eaet.
11:1U :i.m. Ht. I,oui and W'tern
Arrtvlngln St. Loul7:05p. m., and etinnectintj
for alFpoiuta WecU
4:UO 11.111. ynt Kxprcaa.
lor St. LouIh and Chicago, arrtvtnR at St. Loulf
10:4D p.m., and Chicago ":W a.m
4:UO p.m. CMnfinntitl KxprPss.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:; a.m.; Loiittvlllo 7:20
a.m.; IndlanajmliH 4:iK) a.m. PaKeiiur hy
thic train reach tho above point 1 to 3U
lioURS In advance of any other route,
r?rTtni 4:ii ! m. exprea has TULLMAN
SLEEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chanson, and through f lecpera to St. lmia and
Fast Time Mast.
PaccniitrniM hj llll'll,1' R" through toKimt.
X aSntllf'.. 1 n irn points withoiil any delay
caused hy Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairn arrive in now York Monday
mornluK aU:to. Thirty-nix hours In advance of
ny other route,
IVKor throuuh tickets and lurthnr iuformatlou,
annlv at Illinois Conlial Railroad Di'pot, Cairo,
JAd. JOHNSON. J.U.JONES,
(Ion. Southern Agent. Ticket Agont.
A. II. HANSON, Oun. Pass, Ajjunt. Chlcaiju
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TUMNH LEAVK CAlltO,
Arkansas nndT'ixua Express 11::W a.m. Dally
Exproas 2 :Rf a.m. Dally
Accommodation 8:80 p.m. Dally
, Ticket olllco: No. M Ohio Levee.
11. II, MILBURN, Agent,
jyi. E. W. WniTLOCK,
Ornca No. IDA Commercial Avonae, botween
Blhth and Ninth Streou
jyi W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICS-XIghtk Street, neat Com.rclal A vena
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice,
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
MILL AND COMVINHION.
FLOUE, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth atreet fiav( Til
Commercial Avenue I VttllUi All.
CAIBO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
V. J. Tl'RNER, Master.
J. K. MUSK, Clerk.
Leavca Cairo for New Madrid and wav poloU
every Tne.day, Thurfday and Saturday at 2 p, m.
RtittirniDi; mavoa ,uv .tiaana wuauvtaay, triaay,
aud Monday at 7a.m.
ror rreiKUt or pamcc amny to
' JAMKS HKJGS, ARcnt.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood aud Kiiidliiis:
cotiitantly on band
At Seventy-five ceuta per load.
S t o. v o Triraminjjs
At one dollar wr loud.
The "trlmmlnR"are coaraeahavlnwand mako
the beat summer wood for cooking pnruoaenaa well
aa the cheapest ever nold In Cairo. For black
araltht nao lnaettlnK tlrua, they are nneqnalled
Leave ynor ordera at the Tenth atruot wood yard
JESSE HINKLE & SON,
?0 OUIO LEVEE.
UPLrfto itock nffrcahraeaUnf all kind, eon
atnutly ou baud. Meat dollyerod to any part of tho
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
FOUND AT LAST!
The only ahuolutuly perfect Ulana Mouthpiece CI
Karctto ever mado. Do not fail to try the New aud
ClgarutteB, at II, MEYERS'. A perfect month
Piece attached to each and every Cigarette without
It Is important for you to know that the Tohacco
need la muktDfr the
New "Stephania Ilalves"
U of the very uncut quality, and In ahflolutely frco
from all dangeroua dru, and attention la called to
the fact that positively
la used In this ClRarette. The New Btephanla
Halvet are the finest Cigarettes ever offered to the
smokers of any community.
The Finest Tobacco! Finest Rico Taper!
Free from all Dangerous Impurities!
Tho Finest Mouthpiece! Tho C'ltanest Hmoke!
l'rlce lomiita per package of ID.
SOU) n v
October ii, lsjl.-dlm CAIUO, ILLS.
STOVES AND TIXWAHK.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COFPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WOKE DON'S TO ORDEU.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
THE ICE KING.
Ready now, to furnish and deliver ICE in anv
quantity both wholesale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES,
I reSDeCtftlllv solicit thn nitrnr.nw nfnll mv nlit
friends and as many new ones, and uimrmteethem
satisfaction. JACOD KLEE,
Q.EORGE H. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Spoclal attention paid to tho Homeonathlc truat-
mcnt of surdcal dinoaees. and diseases of women
t)fllce:NolO Klclith street, near Commercial
avonue, Cairo, 111.
H. MAREAN, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office on Commercial avenno near tlio corner of
Ktizhth street, ovor'l'aber llrolher's Jewelry store.
Residence corner Fourteenth street and Wash
Tho Celebrated Electro-Vapor and Medloated
Hatha which aro an uu foil inn cure lor Kh.'umiitlnni
Neuralgia. Kevor-A;uo and many other ailmenls,
administered daily during olllco hours.
Office hours, from 8 to i a. m from 1 to fi nnd
from 7 to 8 p.m.
rrmE CITY NATNOAL BANK
Ca iro, lllinoin.
W. P. HALLIDAT, President,
H. L. UALLIDAY, Vlce-I'resldont.
TUOS. W. UALLIDAY, Cashier.
tTAATI TiTLOB, W. P. HAU.niAT,
HiNRT J,. nAU.IIUT, R. II, OnNNINOUAMi
l, lU4AMaoM, STIPMBN BIHP,
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
DepotltarecalTod and t general banklnn buelQUH
Natural Fruit flavors.
l'l'cpared from the choicest
Fruits, without coloring, poison
ous oils, ficid.i, or artificial
Essences. Aiwa tin uniform in
ntmiffth, vithout gnu tut tilt f ra
tions or impurities. Ilurr aaineU
their reputation from their per
fect puritii, superior strength
ami nualitif. AWmitteil by all,
who have used them as the most
delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, paddings,
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Makers of Lnpulin Yeast Gems,
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder,
and Dr. Pricc'a Unique Perfumes,
We make no second grade goods.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 3H1 STATES.
On and after Monday, JnneTth, and until turthor
notice the ferryboat will make trips as follows:
LEATBS LEAVES LKATXS
Pot Fourth st. Missouri Land's. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a. m.
10:00 a. m.
3:00 p. m.
8:30 a. m.
M a. m.
11 a. in.
3 p. m.
10. 'SO a. m.
2:30 p. m.
Benj. F. Okakton, Ktoky B. Ladd
llAMlEUT E. PaINK.
Lute Commissioner of Patents,
P A T E I T S
TAINE, CUArrON & LADD,
Attornoys-ut Law and Solicitors of American and
41J FIFTH STREET, WASOINUTON, D. C.
Practice patent law in all its branches In the
Patent (Mllco, bihI In tho Supreme and Circuit
Courts of the United States. Pamphlet sent free
on juculpi of stamp for postage.
MARKETS BY TEIjEGRAJMI
UTtCAOO, (IIIAIN AMI I'OltK.
CiiiCA'io, October 1 1, 0 tfO A, m.
Pork-Oct'r, ; Jan'y, 18 ."50.
Wlieat-Nfiv'r, 1 DucV, 1
Corn Nuv'r, liO;1, Dcc'r,
Outs Nov'r, liJ; Dcc'r 41.
CiiK'Ano, October 11, 12 M.
Pork-Nov'r, ; Jun'y, 18 57J.
Wlieat Novr, 1 Doc'r, 1 ao
Corn Nov'r, CliDuc'r. ()2?B'.
Oat8-Nov'r,43; Doc'r. 44 X.
Ciiicaoo, October 11, 2:!J0 r. M.
Pork-Nov'r, 17 20; Jan., 13 70.
Wheat Nov'r, 1 i Duc'r, 1 37?(.
Corn -Nov'r, 01; Dc'c'r, C,'i.
Oats-Nov'r, 4.'); Dcc'r, 4;i.
Captain ami Mrs. Ifnmilbm ami Mr. Goo.
T. Wliitlock cauio down from Mound City
yesterday nnd stopped at tho homo of Col.
James Johnson. Tho captain went from
hero to St, Louis, where ho will bo iu at
tendance at the trial trip of the new steam
or Henry Lowry, which was built by tho
Hamilton Bros. Tho trial trip is to take
place to-day or to-morrow. Mr. Wliitlock
and Mra. Hamilton return home to-day.
Mr. Durrell has yono to Bull'alo, N. Y.,
Mr. John (iati-s is in Cincinnati, buying
fixtures for his new saloon.
Mr. J. W. Evorly, assistant signal nervico
officer, lias returned from St. Louis.
Mr. John Bt echer has resumed his former
position of barkeeper for Messrs. Smith Bros.
It is no vilo drilled stuff, protending to
be made of wonderful foreign roots, barks,
itc, and pulled up hy lor.g hus certifi
cates of pretended miraculous cures, but a
simple, pure, effective iiicdicino, mado of
well known valuable remedies, that furn
ishes its own certificates by its cures. We
refer to Hop Bitters, the purest and best of
medicines, Hoc another column. Repub
lican. POLICK SOTKS.
VKKTi:m.V'.s ItOCKET r.KFOIIE MAUfSI UATK
QW. II Messenger was arrested by Officers
Olmsted and Mahany for being disorderly.
He was lined live dollars and costs.
Phillip Laurent for being disorderly was
arrested by Officers Olmsted and Mahany.
r wo cases were mado ngainst him and ho
was fined five dollars and cosls.
Mrs. K'. Fisher was arrested by Officers
Olmsted ami Mahany for disorderly con
duct. Two cases were mado out against
her also, one of which was dismissed, tho
other continued until Monday.
Scott Andrews, Charles Sullivan and John
Johnson were drunk, arrested by Officers
Hogan and Ivinnear and fined one dollar
and costs each .
IL'STlf'K uobinson's coruT.
Mrs. Foster Mathews, for disorderly con
duct was arrested by Officer Wims and
fined live dollars ami costs.
Foster Mathews was charged by Harry
Elias with having shoved him from tho
sidewalk. The case was nrginally brought
beforo Esuuire Osborn, but a chuiuro of
venue was taken by tho defendant to Justice
Robinson, who quashed the complaint and
discharged the defendant.
LIST OF I.ETTK1W HKMAIMNO UNCALLED
FOR TN T1IV. rosTOFFICE AT CAIUO, ILL.,
Ti:iilUV, on. ItjiM.
Armstrong, Miss K. Allen, Kate
Adams, Sarah Armsterd, Annie
Baxter, Millie Baker. Meloi
Cloyne, M. W. Daniel, Dora
Fitzgerls, Angebne (fo.sleo. S. V.
Oreancy, Cecelia Houdson, Calcy
Hamilton. Helen. W. HiL'L'ins. Mamie
Howard, Emma Johnson, Aney
Jones, Nancy Lec.Sallio
Lain 1)0, Euie Leuchran. Frances
Martin, Hannah Poster, Catherino
Quigly, Vina Uicc, Hannah
Shook, Alice Smith. Emma
Stephenson, Clara Smith, Emolino
Walsh, Katie Washington, Elizie
Aorill, Win. W.
An aabahl, Thomas
Anderson, (.!, W.
Beekly, G. W.
Buckler, J. D.
Bagley, Prof. T. E. Breckenwadge, Wm.
Cutchen, Oeo.M. Cochran, W. S.
Calhoun, 1). Chnmberlin, Wm.
Clark, liobt. Callahan, Hugh 2
Cypress, E. F. Cottonham, Clay
Dyer, Lnn. Ewers, W. A.
Fallis, Frank Fritv, Rich
Ooss, Chirencf! (lerrill, Ed. I).
C-leeson, Mathew Oritrgs, Nathan
Harrison, Willio Holly, Val.
Haras, W. S. Haines, P. W.
Heuaghan, Hubert Harper, Geo.
Hausbne, O. T. Ibigans, Clias. fcol'd)
Jenkins, Mr. Johnson, Esquar
Tonkins, Lee .Tinkens, Thos,
Iubbs, Wm, Leincr, E.
Lindsly, Jacob Lowe, Rev. T. S.
McDaniel, Rev. T. P. McElmary, Robt.
McLaughlin, T. McLan, James
Montgomery, Henry McMurty, L. W.
Morres, Clarence Masters Frances
Morgan, D. H. Merwethrr, Edmund
Newell, Charlie Metbanmer, John
Noll, John Nottrse, Wm, II.
Popper, Penny, J. J.
Peterson, R. W. Roceol, Frank
Riley, Marsh Randall, Frank
Randall, C-eorgo Rice, Wm.
Smith, E. M.-2 Swetser, Win.
Stalklows, H. Sears, Henry
Storm, J. I. Show, N. A.
Sherperd, Rich Testora, A. L.
Turner, Joe Thompson, Wm. M.
Wales, Princh Wilson, Robt. J.
Sec, R. O. C. A- Lodge.
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
(If.o. W. MrKnAio, Post Master.
"Dr. Wood in Tiif. Buli.f.tin and Dr.
Wood in thn Argus appear liko two dif
ferent men, but they aro ono ami tho same.
Wo nro satisfied, however, that Tim Bin,
lf.tin misrepresents Dr. Wood's statements;
in fact, tho doctor says Tub Bulletin is
wrong in every position it has taken in tho
controversy." Argus. Wo havo in our
possession a writing from Dr. Wood, deny,
ing that he used the language nbovo at
tributed to him, or anythigg liko it. Tho
substantia of said writing is given elsewhere.
Wo aro becoming impatient now and so is
everybody else, at the persistent lying of
tho evening paper. It is becoming monot
onous and we pray the Gods to allow the
silly slanderous touyuei wagging through
tho evening paper, to disgust us no more
forovcr, Wo hoar just twelve thousand
"amena" to this fervent prayer.
Tho divorce sued for by Dan Rice's
wife has been pranforl. Thn miLu
o - .w .ivirauunu
circus clown has experienced Btrango vicis-
ciiuuvB uiirmg tno iasi ion years, ana has
varied his professional career with occa
sional experiments in roligious exhortation
and temperance crusading. This divorce,
obtained on tho ground ot desertion, termi
nated what was in its earlier days a very
romantic union. In 1813 the showman was
exhibiting in Girard, Pa., and his attention
was attracted by remarkably beautiful
child in her nurse's arms. Ho asked her
name, and, on subsequently fixing his resi
dence in (Jirard, he kept up a lively inter
est in tho girl, who was the daughter of a
deacon in the Presbyterian church and
president of the local bank. At that
time Dan rolled in wealth and spent his
money lavishly, not only in the erection of a
magnificent house, but in adorning the
town. Ho was married to an estimable
woman, who bad been on the stage, and
about fifteen years after his arrival in Gi
rard she obtained a divorce. Dim carried
off his youthful inamorata as soon as pos
sible, much against the wishes of the
leacon, who disinherited his daii-nter. but
when Dsn failed in iHTli was reconciled.
and took them to hu hoime. The show
man's extensive property was sacrificed
piecemeal in unprofitable ventures, and his
life t;rew irregular. His professions of
temperance ami religion were looked upon
as advertising schemes. His wifo rrrnw
cold, and finally declined to see him. Ho
retuseu to oppose tho ilivorce. Rico began
his career as a jockey boy (or Henry Clay
on his Lexington farm, and at one time was
considered to be worth $300,000.
Tho democratic state convention of New
York barred out tho Tammany and Irving
hall delegates by a unanimous vote. Tho
platform adopted denounces as disgraceful
the support given by republican leaders to
repudiationists in Virginia and Minnesota.
William Purcell was nominated for secret
ary of state ; George II. Lapham, for com
ptroller; Roswell A. Parmonter, for attorney
general, and R. O. Maxwo!) for treasurer.
President Arthur sent to the senate a long
list of nominations, among them being
those of Noah C. McFarland, of Kansas, aa
commissioner of the land office; Charles II.
Howard, of Illinois, as Indian inspector,
and Addison Brown, as judge of tho south
ern district of New York. Lyman M. Gates
is named as postmaster at Kalamazoo,
Mich., and Edward W. Reed, at Erie. Pa.
Gideon Townsend, of New Orleans, is
paying $23 per $1,000 for confederate bonds
with tho coupon for 18(13 attached. On an
order from Now York, tho First National
bank of Momphis forwarded VMO.OOO at
tho rate of $2 per 1,000. Evidently a
movement is to bo made to secure from tho
bank of England tho deposit of the con
federate states still lying there.
Among the new directors of the Western
Union telegraph company elected, Wednes
day, aro Goorge J. Gould, Cyrus W. Field
and C. P. Huntington. President Green
announced tha' for the year which com
menced with July tho gross earnings can
not fall short of $15,000,000, of which
amount the not profits will be $0,500,000.
The president has decided to mako no
nominations tc the cabinet until after the
Yorktown celebration, for which ho will de
part next Monday. MacVengh ami James
insist upon tho speedy acceptance of their
resignations, but tho latter might be satis
fied with unconditional retention.
Iu tho criminal court of Chicago, Judge
Jameson called tho attention of the grand
jury to tho Iniquity of option dea'ls in grain
anil provisions, and pledged the judiciary
toward tho punishment of those presented
for tho crimes of cornering or forestalling
Sir Sidney Waterlow, who lias earned
his bread at the printer's case and boon
lord mayor of London, is giving Chicago a
St. Louis I'ost Dispatch.
Under the title of old Probabilities, ono
of tho most useful and valuable officers of
the U. S. Government is most widely-known.
But quite as well-known is Prof. J. II.Tice,
the meteorologist of tho Mississippi Valley,
whoso contributions to his favorite study
have given him an almost national reputa
tion. On a recent lecture tour throuh tho
Northwest, tho Professor had a narrow es
cape fnm tho serious consequences of a sud
den and very dangerous illuess, tho parti
culars of which ho thus refers to: Tho day
atter concluding my course of lectures at
Burlington, Iowa, on 2lstof December last,
I was seized with a sudden attack of neu
ralgia in tho chest, giving mo excruciating
pain anil almost preventing breathing. My
pulso, usually 80, fell to 35: intenso nausea
of tho stomach succeeded, and a cold, clam
my sweat covorod my cntiro body. Tho
attending physician could do nothing to re
lievo mo; atter suffering for threo hours, I
thought I had been using St. Jacobs Oil
with good effect for rheumatic pains I
would try it. I saturated a piece of flan
nel largo enough to cover my chest, with
tho Oil, and applied it. The relief was nl
most itistnnliiiH'oii. In ou hour, I was en
tirely free from pnin, nnd would have taken
tho train to fill nn appointment that night
in a neigh boring town, hail my friends not
dissuaded me. As it was, I took the night
train for my homo, St. Louis, and havo not
been troubled siuco.