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THE DAILY I?mLLETDL
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UNOIS, AS BBOOND-CLABB HATTER.
omuiAJL PAPER OP CITY AND COUNT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
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trsl ami nvu cent pur line eachtiulmqueut intur
lUm. Pnr one weok, SO cents pur lino. For one
month, (to centa pur lino.
Oysters and Fish.
I am daily receiving fresh Mobile oysters
in bulk, for sale, by the dozen or hundred.
Especial attention is called to my daily re
ceipts of fresh lied Snapper and other gulf
and game, tish. Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. J.vcoil Klke.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeHaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Furnisliel Rooms for Kent.
Furnished rooms for rent, upstairs oppo
site the post-office, on the south east corner
of 14th street and Washington avenue, tf.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
at DuBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
a good cook immediately. Reference re
quired. Apply at the residence of F. Kors
xneyer. lioom For Rent.
A furnished Room for R nt on Walnut nr.
second door from Eleventh. Inquire at Tuts
Bulletin office. . t
Use Tub Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
3. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
For Kent or Sale.
Cottago and six lotn, corner Elm and
27th St. Apply to M. J. Howley for teims.
It. S. Waddell.
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. Dettaun'a, 50 Ohio levee.
Food that is Poisoned
by unclean teeth breeds dyspepsia. Such
at least, is tlfe declared opinion of medical
men. Remedy the evil with purifying,
aromatic Sozodont, which clears away cor
rosive particles which lodge in the teeth
and produce an acid ferment, that in time
destroyes their enamel and ruins them. It
prevents the unspeakable annoyance caused
by defective teeth, if it is used while they
can yet be saved trom the destructive ef
fects of tartar and other impurities.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeUaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
To all who are suffering from the errors
Bnd indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, free
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by a micsioiiary in South America.
Send a self addressed euvlopo to the Rev.
Joseph T. Iniuan, Station I), New York
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. Dellauu's, 50 Ohio levee.
To buyers of Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren's shoes; I have decided to close out
the above line of goods at cost, and
less, and carry a large stock ol Men's, Boy's
and Youth's only. So call and get your
own prices. They must bo sold to make
room for spring goods in Men's Boy's and
Youth's line boots and shoes. II. Block,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenue. tf.
Caiho, III., Jan. 12, lSb'J.
O. Ilaytliorn and W. A. Sloo have this
day formed a partnership and will continuu
business at the old fstand of O. Haythorn
under the firm name of Haythorn & Sloo.
With increased facilities and long exper
ience we hope to merit a large share of trade.
lit. Haythoun iVi Sloo.
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American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds, Soie Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, lias ever met with the
indorsements of phyhiciatis or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Ryu." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere arc the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonnls from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and 'healing effects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can bo
adduced to convince the most skeptiral
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is uniicccHKarv mid super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant taste ami agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who arc nlllicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re.
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, Bock
ana liye. icineago imies.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice Id Uiro commas, tnn tiots per tint
sob Insertion. Marknrt
At tho Presbjrteriau church to-day Rev
B. Y. GoorgA will conduct services, both
morning and evening.
In tho last term of tho circuit court I
this county, eight persons were sent to tl
penitentiary and four to thu county jail.
Captain R. W. Dugan was in Cairo
yesterday, on hit way trom St. Louis
Mrs. Taylor Puckut, who died
Hinkleville, Ky last Sunday, was a sister
of Mr. John IS. Uemiernun ol this city,
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY
Tho rain fall at this point during
twenty-four hours ending at 2:10 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, measured thirty-six
ouo-hundredtlm of an inch.
-The Equitable Life Assurance society
paid 109,079 in death losses in month of
December just passed and has no disputed
claims on its books.
Rev.W. F. Conohas arrived and will
hold service- at the Baptist church, at the
corner of Tenth and Poplar streets, this
morning and evening.
There was considerable of a fall in tho
temperature of the extreme northwest dur
ing tho twenty-four hours ending at 2 :10
Tho ferryboat, Threo States, will make
a grand excursion trip to Wickliffe Sunday
afternoon, leaving tho wharf at two o'clock
and remaining at Wickliffe long enough for
excursionists to view the town. Round trip
25 cents. 2t.
Tho patients in tho pest-house are all
deprived of their old clothing when thoy
leavo the place and 'furnished with an en
tirely new out-fit by tho city. Tho old
clothing is destroyed, immediately after
having been cast off.
The excursion of tho ferry boat Three
States this afternoon will bo full of interest
to thoso who attend. Wickliffe, tho objec
tive point of thi excursion, is a thriving
little neighbor of ours in Kentucky, but a
few miles down tho river, to which a
friendly visit from Cairo people would bo
very agreeable on both sides.
Officer Haz. Martin arrested Ocorgo
O. Farris Friday night for being drunk
and creating a disturbance in his homo on
Poplar street, threatening to do bodily in
jury to his wife. Ho was brought before
Justice J. 11. Robinson and fined ten dol
lars and costs, which be paid.
--At a meeting held by tho young ladies
of the Episcopal church yesterday after
noon, arrangements were completed for tho
Young Peoples' Sociable to bo held next
Thursday evening at the residenco of Mr.
C. Pink. The young ladies will do tho
honors, and a most enjoyable entertainment
may be anticipated.
At the regular meeting of tho Wo
mans' Club and Library Association, which
will take place on Wednesday afternoon at
three o'clock at the library room, an inter
esting paper will be given by Mrs. Candee,
entitled, "Down the St. Lawrence and
through the White Mountains," followed
by other literary exercises.
Rev. Dr. C. 8. Armstrong, of Alton,
111., and Superintendent of Missions for the
synod of southern, Ills., south, was in the
city Friday. IIo came here from Metrop
olis, where he had closed a very interesting
series of meetings, and went from here yes
terday morning to Carmi, for the purpose of
opening a series of religous meetings there.
The Krcw are making arrangements
to have a costumo hero for their grand
masquerade ball on niardi gras. They will
have the finest lot of costumes that have
ever been for rent in Cairo. This will en
able those who do not care to go to the
trouble of getting up a suit to supply them
selves and uttend "en masque. It. J
Tho waterworks at Cincinnati are
proving inadequate to tho purpose for
which they were built, that of supplying
the city with water, but the average Cin
cinnatian is not alarmed. He can do
without washing, but not without drinking,
and tho failuro of the waterworks alfocta
only Ins ablutions.
The Mystic Krcw boys know the value
of printers' ink --apply the knowledge judi
ciously. They propose to thoroughly ad
vertise their grand masquerade ball, not
only in Cairo, but throughout the surround
ing country. They propose to invito our
country cousins to their celebration and
givo them a tasto of fun and frolic that they
will be likely to remember with grateful
To-morrow a wedding is to tako place
n thu lower portion of the city somewhere.
The contracting parties ore Mr. N. E.
Jacobs and Miss Annie Trigg. Mr. Jacobs
is station agent at Jackson, Tenn., and will
arrive in tho city to-day. Both young peo
ple have an army of friends in this city
who will wish them well us does also Tim
Bulletin, in udvancn.
The arrangements of thu Mystic Krew
for their grand masquerade at Tho Halliday
on Mardi (Jrasaro being rapidly perfected.
Their experience in such affairs is a guar
antee tlmt everything will be conducted in
first class style. First class music, fine
costumes and tho finest dancing hall in the
west are among the inducements offered by
the Krew. tl.
Paducah Enterprise: "Tho names of
the twelve men who convicted Charles J.
Guiteau must bo inscribed forever on the
memory of their countrymen and over re
vered." Is there any good reason why an
act of justice should bo so highly rewarded?
Are the names of tho men who convicted
Guiteau any more illustrious for that act
than thoHO of any other twelve men who
convict any other murderer?
There has been general rejoicing through
out the county over tho verdict in tho Gui
teau case. At Htewartville, alittlc town near
St. Joe, Mo., a singular accident was the re
sult of the good fouling. An old canon
was brought out and loaded to tho musszlo
with powder, wet paper, etc. Tho match
was applied and a terrific explosion oc
curred. Pieces of Iron wero thrown in
every direction and, stiangu to relate, tho
only person hurt out of a crowd of 50, was
a boy named Scoville, who was knocked
senseless by a fragment of the iron which
struck him on tho forohead over tho left
The Ohio river stood at forty-seven
feet six inches yesterday evening at six
o'clock, which showed a riso of ono inch
during the previous twenty-four hours. At
Cincinnati it rose two foot fivo inches dur
ing the samo time; and at Chattanoogo it
fell threo feot four inches; at Nashville,
fivo inches; and at Louisvillo, eleven inches.
Tho officers of tho Ous Fowler reported
last evening that tho river had risen but
one and a fraction of an inch at Paducah,
which Is looked upon as proof that the
water is about run out and will soon begin
to fall at this point. The Mississippi river
is still rising a littlo at St. Louis.
An engagement has been made by man
ager T. W. Shields, of tho Opera Houso,
with Mr. Al. H. Simmonds, general agent
of the "Athony & Ellis Famous Ideal Un
cle Tom's Cabin Company," by which tho
company is to appear on the Opera Houso
stage in this city on next Saturday after
noon and night. The company has an ele
gant palace car of its own, of nioro than
usual length and magnificently furnished
with all the conveniences of tho modern
home. Tho company will arrive Saturday
morning and will throw its car open for in
spection by the public duriug the day. Mr.
Simmonds is now in the city perfecting ar
rangements for the appearance of tho troupe.
The news of tho death of Mr. Tony
Fogassi, at his home at Bird's Toint, Mo.,
was received with much surprise by his
many friends in this city. It occurred
night before last, near midnight, after but
a short illness. He bad been for a number
of years a citizen of Cairo, engaged in the
liquor and restaurant business with Mr.
Ous Botto. lie removed from here two or
threo years ago, going to Bird'B Point,
where ho engaged in the liquor business
for himself. Ho was doing very well, for
he succeeded in accumulating money
enough to buy a very convenient little
piece of ground and building a store and
residenco thereon. About a year ago his
wife died and but a few months ho mar
ried again. He leaves his wife and a num
ber of ceildrcn to mourn bis death. His
remains will probably bo interred at Bird's
How long should neglected humanity
suffer and bo silent? For more than a year
the walk on the south side of Tenth street
west of Walnut has been in a half fin
ished condition, with the curb two or three
inches higher than the walk, forming a res
ervoir for the water when it rains as it al
ways does now, to bo churned with tho mud
and cinders, mostly mud, that forms the bed
of the walk into mortar that is death on
white skirts, shoe blackiug and angelic
tempers. The property, we understand, is
owned by Dr. Moore, of St. Louis, and we
suppose the walk is ieft in its present shape
for tho purpose of covering with brick or
stone, but residents on that side of the
street think a year is plenty long enough in
which to decide what he wants, and hope ho
will authorize somebody to do eonictbing
with something, quick, even if it is only
cinders that is used.
Mayor Thistlewood has appointed
three or four patrolmen to watch the Mis
sissippi levee every night. This is not done
because it is necessary. There is fully a
space of seven feet between tho top of the
Mississippi levee and the river, nnd there is
no current whatever, tho water being all
back water trom the Ohio river. The new
portion of tho levee Is also entirely safe. It
could stand not less than six feet more wa
ter than it now holds back. It is entirely
sound everywhere and there are no wash
ings in it uud no probability that there
will beany, as there is no current. Mayor
Thistlewood made a tour of inspection over
tho entire length of tho levee a few days
ago and found it in excellent condition and
capable of withstanding any amount of wa
ter that is likely to come from either the
Ohio or Mississippi rivers. No one doubts
but that tho Ohio leveo is equal in every
respect to any emergenry, that is, of course,
so long as it is not permitted to disappear
little by little; but thu Mississippi leveo is
at least a foot higher than tho Ohio levee
and is strong enough to stand against any
pressure that could bo brought to bear
Anthony & Ellis' Uncle Tom's Cabin
will bo thu next attraction presented to the
public by the Opera Houso company and
are booked for next Saturday afternoon
and evening. This organization, now in
its fifth season, is one of vast magnitude,
and travels in style and elegance, that falls
to tho lot of but few of tho many com
panies on tho road. They have their own
Palace Hotel Car, which has all the modern
conveniences, elaborate furniture, library,
reception room, pantry, kitchen and stato
rooms. Tho car is open for inspection to
the public in each city or town where they
perform, and all art cordially invited to
sou the Queen Palaco on the rail. Miss
Kate Partington, in tho character of
'Topsy," has a world-wide reputation and
in that character is inimitable. Tho funny
"Marks" and his donkey, tho exciting
chase of Eliza across the ico by threo
mammoth trained bloodhounds, tho boauti
ful tableau of Eva's ascension to Heaven,
and the singings of tho Memphis University
Students all form a grand entertainment.
The mattinco on Saturday afternoon is
designed especially for school children ami
the prico is placed so low that none need
A number of citizens, including offi
ces Mahttimey and street commissioner
Oormnn, made tho rounds of the Missis
sippi levee yesterday and find every foot of
it in good condition. It was reported that
a wash was in progress at or near a point
where the new leveo joins the old, but
close investigation proved that this was
erroneous. Tho leveo is being constantly
watched by several men, who will report to
tho city authorities any Bign of washing
that may occur at any timo during tho
day or night, and when such signB do ap
pear, they will receive prompt attention.
Two white men created a great dis
turbance at the corner of Twelfth street
and Washington avenue Friday night about
eleven o'clock. They wero both slightly
under tho influence of liquor, but not so
much bo as to bo unable to use their muscles
to good advantage, or their tongues either.
They fought, bcu filed, cursed and yelled for
about ten minutes, when they wero stopped
by a couple of officers who conducted them
to jail with somo difficulty. They were
tried by Magistrate Comings yesterday and
each fined six dollars and costs for drunk
enness and disorderly conduct. Their
names are Frank Kelly and Robart Clark.
Ed Luster and Lena Abbott, tho former
arrested by Officers Tyler and Wimms for
being drunk, and the latter, by officer Tyler
alone, for being drunk and disorderly, were
fined one and six dollars and costs respec
tively in the same court.
Tho Steamer John A. Scudder ran
aground in the cornfield just opposite the
slaughter houses, Friday night. She
struck very near tho same place where the
John B. Maud grounded the night before
and, like she, in an attempt to cut across
the made land to reach tho Ohio river front
of Cairo. She struck with such forco that
both her great chimneys broke their fasten
ings and fell over backwards on the
hurricane deck, injuring it to somo ex
tent. She was drawn off after several
hours of hard work and after having been
lightened, and wa amoved opposite the foot
of Tenth street where she lay all day yes
terday while her chimneys were being re
paired preparatory to replacing them.
Thick volumes of smoke camo forth from
tho chimney openings for several hours
during yesterday afternoon, almost hiding
the boat from view, and was driven by the
strong wind down the entire front of Ohio
levee, blinding and sicKening people who
were compelled to walk there, and giving
Cairo, for the time being, tho veritable ap
pearance of a smoke curred Pittsburgh.
Yesterday the remains of Mrs. O'Brien
were taken to Grand Chain for burial.
The family is very poor, making barely
enough to live and py house rent. Be
cause of this the mother's remains were
taken to their last resting placo unattended
by the grief stricken children, of whom
there are quite a number. A subscription
paper, passed around among tho attaches
of Tiik Bulletin by "one of theboys"yes
terday, raised enough to buy for George,
one of the eldest of the children, who is
employed in The Bulletin's news room,
some necessary articles of wearing apparel,
and left him also a small sum for future
use. It is likely that the Clark block
contains more families w ho aro in need and
who, like the family referred to, aro not
unworthy of assistance from the charitably
inclined people of Cairo. It is also proba
ble that in other portions of the city, in
some ugly old barrack, there aro still
others men, women nnd children, to
whom a dollar or two would bo a God
send a salvation, perhaps, from sin &n
crime, unto honor and honesty. If th
plan of organized charities, suggested
bouio timo ago by Tins Bulletin, had
been adopted and carried into effect in
this city, all these poor pcoplo would bo
hunted up and given necessary assistance.
As it is, they languish, and languishing, they
die or worse still, they fall victims to the
temptation of evil.
Under the head "Educational," a cor
respondent of yesterday's Argus says:
"The literary exercises in tho Loretto Acad
emy yesterday afternoon wero most interest
ing and should have been witnessed and
enjoyed by tho pupils' parents in particular,
and by the friends of superior, scientific and
moral education in general. Tho pro
gramme, though lengthy, was carried out
to perfection in all its various details, The
animated contests in orthography showed
that thu girls engaged in tlicm aro sound,
patient and pesevering Btudents in tho art
ofspelling. Several Bilver medals were
awarded for excellence in literature, music,
christian doctrine, deportment etc., Rev.
T. Masterson being master of ceremonies.
A dialogue on tho merits of history and
goography deserves special mention. It
was original, and ably debated by Misses
Alico Lonergan and Ellun McCarthy; the
decision of the cano being referred to Miss
Isabello Tanner, who in a happy manner
proved that each was dependent on thu oth
er and should be studied in harmony.
Another amusing dialogue was given by
Misses Nora ltodmnn, Aiinio Graney, Mag
gio Glynn and Bluncho Susanka, A com
position on music, written and read by Miss
Mary McOee, gavo evidence of uncommon
talent and untiring research. Within a
beautiful ornamental framo work are in
scribed tho names of MisscB Mary McGea
and Ellen McCarthy on tho "Roll of Honor,"
which is truly an envious distinction. Such
literary exercises take placo every Fri
day afternoon at tho Academy and should
be attended, as thoy would certainly be en
joyed, by all who favor moral as well as
MEXICAN AND BLACK HAWK.
Under tho provision of tho late act of the
legislature of tho state of Illinois, the Ad
jutant General is directed to prepare and
publish the records of tho services of tho
Illinois soldiers in the Mexican and Black
To assist in preparing this record, the
Adjutant General would be glad to have
brief sketches of tho services of tho several
rcginionts and companies, from tho survi
vors, or from anyone possessing information.
I. II. Elliott,
Springfield, 111., Dec. 30, 1881.
For the Sunday Bulletin:
OF THE CONCERT.
Raving heard a great deal about the
Musical Convention which has been held
in this city for tho past two wcoks, wo
thought we would attend the closing con
cert given at tho Presbyterian church last
night and to say that we wero surprised,
but feebly expresses the emotion which we
experienced while listening to the grand
music rendered by Prof. Sherwin's class.
We had not tho slightest idea that Cairo
was so rich in musical talent.
Tho class was largely composed of edi
tors, ministers, doctors, business and rail
road men, which fact completely upsets
the old notion that a man who is a good
musician will never be successful at any
other business. Then, tho wives and
mothers who help to compose the class
and whose exquisite voice contributed to
render this occasion such a delightful one,
aro all of them charming house-keepers
and watchful mothers, and this proves that
cultivating tho musical talent God has
given them has not interfered In tho least
with their domestic duties. How proud
we wero of tho young ladies in tho class.
Many of them it seems but yesterday, were
little girls in short dresses and pinafores.
How sweetly they sang how bright and
happy they looked, and but for having
their hair a littlu too "muchly banged" the
charming pictures they presented would
have been perfect. Long live Cairo's
Choral Society. May it flourish and in
crease in numbers until it is considered a
permanent institution of this city, and
may its harmonizing and elevating influ
ence be felt throughout the wholo length
and breadth of the land. Long live Prof.
Sherwin, and may tho earnest enthusiasm
which fills his melodious soul, pervade each
member of the Choral Society with which
he labored so zealously. I. A. M.
Cahio, III., 29th 1882.
On Christinas eve, at Minneota, Minn,
raw ham was eaten by several persons at a
party at the house of J. H. Peckels. Threo
have since died of trichuriasis, and twelve
others are in a precarious condition. It
is wrong to cat raw ham on a Christmas
The feather-weight prize-fighters, Hol
den and White, on being arraigned at Jsf
ferson, O., pleaded guilty to fighting at
fi.stouffs, and were sentenced to ten days
each in jail and fined $50 and costs.
All the stables at Nashville having been
Bwept away by the floods, tho Blood-Horse
association has withdrawn all stakes, and
will hold no spring meeting.
An insane prisoner in the jail at Rock
Island, 111., fired Iris bed from a gaB-jetand
ignited tho roof. The flames wero sup
pressed witli a damage of $7,000.
A pedestrian exhibition was given at
Nashville, Weunesday evening, by O'Leary
and Doblcr, for the benefit of tho sufferers
by tho floods. Dobler made twenty-four
miles in three hours and eight minutes.
In the Illinois supremo court at Mount
Vernon Wednesday, Chief Justice Dickey
and Associate Justices Sheldon and Craig
filed a dissenting opinion in the case of
Klokko vs. Dodge, by which the probate
court of Chicago was swept away.
Tho Ohio legislature adopted a joint res
olution asking congress to pass a stringent
law to abolish polygamy. It is reported
from Washington that detectives havo for
months been gathering information In re
gard to the peccadilloes of leading legis
lators, to bo used by the Mormons at the
The coroner's jury in the Spuyten Duy
vil disaster declared Brakeman Melius
guilty of willful and culpablo neglect in
not warning tho approaching train, and
pronounced him responsible for tho loss of
life which followed. George P. Hanford,
tho conductor of the wrecked train, and
Edward Stanford, Archibald Buchanan,
and Frank Burr, engineers, were held re
sponsible for neglect of duty, os was also
Superintendent Toncey. These mun are
found guilty of causing the death of Web
ster Wagner end others by criminal negli
gence. A controlling interest in tho St. Louis
and San FianciHco railway has beun pur
chased from Messrs. Seligman by Jay Gould
and C. P. Huntington. They have thereby
acquired a half ownership in tho Atlantic
and Pacific road, tho other half being tho
property of tho Santa Fo company. This
may result in stopping tho extension of tho
Atlantic road to California: it will certainly
prevent the paralleling of tho Missouri
Pacific by the St. Louis road.
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