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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY ARNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1H82
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CAIKO, ILLINOIS. "
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MNOI8. AS SECOND-CLASS If ATT EH.
OFHuiAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice tn thl column, etuht cunU per line for
Inland Aw cent pur line each aubnequeM lnaor
tliin. Fur oua nock, 30 ceuta por lluo. Kiir cue
monlh, bUctrnU por lluu.
Oysters and Fish.
I am daily receiving fresh Mobile oysters
in bulk, for sale, by the dozen or hundred.
Especial attention is called to tny daily re
ceipts of fresh Itrnl Snapper find other gulf
arid game, fish. Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. Jacob Klee.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. Dulkun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Furniiiliel Rooms for Rout.
Furnished rooms for rent, upstairs oppn
Bite the post-office, on tlft south east coruer
of 1 1th street and Washington avenue, tf.
Household Furniture at Private jialo,
At residence of Mr. C. A. Mooro ou
Eighth street, for a few days will be of
fered for sale. Household and Kitchen
furniture, Carpets, etc. Apply on the prem
ises. , St.
at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Room For Kent.
A furnished Room for Rent on Walnut st.
secoud door from Eleventh. Inquire at Tub
Bulletin office. Ot
Use Tub Caibo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, ruado of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
salo, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices. '
For Rent or Sale.
Cottage and six lots', corner Elm and
27th st. Apply to M.J. Howley for teims.
R. S. Waddell.
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. Deliaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, uianut'uc
tured aid for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBnun's, 50 Ohio levee.
For Sale Cheap For Cash.
M. B. Barrel's property n Washington
avenue and 18th street. For particulars
call at Mrs. M. A. Arter's on 10th street.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBuun's, 50 Ohio levee.
To buyers of Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren's slioes; I have decided to close out
the above line of goods at cost, and
less, and carry a largo stock ot Men's, Boy's
and Youth's only. So call and get your
owu prices. They must be sold to make
room for spring goods in Men's Boy's and
Youth's flue boots and shoes. II. Block,
Eighth street, between Commercial und
Washington avenue. tf.
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away with pulmonary weakness ot the re
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In ttae.e commna, ten c&ota por line,
ncs inporuon. murKon
Read the notice in special column of
household and other furniture at private
Lost; One pair of etruscan turqois
earrings. The finder returning tho same
to Taber Bros, store will be rewarded.
Argument on the motion for a new
trial in the Guiteau case will bo heard Fri
Uncle Tom's Cabin is to be presenter
by the best and greatest Uncle Tom's Cabin
company in the world.
Rev. II, O. Hodman, who lift been on
trial in Bloomington for improper conduct
has been found guilty by a church court
, Tickets for Unclo Tom's Cabin will bo
for sale this morning at ten o'clock at Dan
Dr. Carter receives no compensation
from the city for treating the small-pox
patients at the pest-house.
The hop given at their hall by the II
berniaa Fire company last night, was com
paratively well attended by young folk
who enjoyed the occasion hugely, and madb
merry until the weesma' hours.
i r-The Chicago theatre Inspectors fin
the "Criterion" theatre tho best in the city
It Is a lire-proof building with numerous
; 0x111 from every part of tho interior aud
each of the seventy windows Las a Cre-es
tape ladder clear to tlie ground
Kato Partington, aaTopjy in hor songs,
dances and banjo solos, has won a world
Both side-walks and streets were util
ized by sleighs yesterday of various sizes
and shapes and drawn by horses, mules,
boys, girls and ladies. -
Becauso of the reduction of wages,
soino of tho employes of tho Cairo and St.
Louis railroad at some points along tho
lino have resigned their positions.
Tho snow fall at this point during
Monday night measured about five Inches,
and melted down, would measure about
forty-seven one-hundredths of an inch.
Young People's sociable by tho young
ladies of tho Episcopal church, Thursday
evening at Mrs. Chas. Pink's. An inter
esting programme, music and refreshments.
The river man who came to tho hospi
tal Monday, alllicted with strangulated
hernia, upon whom Dr. Carter performed a
surgical operation, is doing well and will
very likely recover.
One case of vagrancy in Magistrate
Comings' court, and two of drunkenness
and one of disorderly conduct in Justice
Robinson' court, was the extent of tho po
lice business of tho city yesterday.
Captain James Biggs seems to be un
fortunate as the owner of fine horse flesh.
On Monday morning he lost another of his
fine racing ponics by disease Ho lost one
in a similar manner some months ago.
Rev. A. J. Hess has been in Charles
ton, Mo., and organized a Baptist congre
gation there. Five hundred dollars were
raised to secure tho services oP a pastor, and
steps were taken to secure a building for
A comniitco was appointed at tho last
meeting of the Young People's Temperance
Club, whoso duty it is to draw up a con
stitution! for the approvaaud government
of the organization.
Uncle i oin s Cabin, m its supcro re
vival by Anthony & Ellis' Famous Idea com
pany, Bt Cairo, on Saturday evening.
Kring, the St. Louis murderer, is to
hang. The supreme court has .affirmed tho
verdict of the lower tribunal, and has set a
time for execution of the sentence. There
is little chance that Kring will escape the
gallows again. The end of one of the
mo6t famous murder cases on record will
be tho public death scene which should
lave come years ago.
During the latter part of last week
vaccination was almost entirely suspended
in the City of Louisville because of the
allure of the supply of animal virus.
The clamor for vaccination amonir the
people of that city, as in all other large
cities, still contiuues, which is proof of
popular confidence in tho power of vaccin
ation against small-pox.
In the county court yesterday, Judge
R. S. Yocuin presiding, the case of Richard
Fitzgerald wns resumed first thing in tho
morning. Tho entire day was consumed
in tho trial of this case; the evidence was
all taken and tho case was opened on the
side of the prosecution by State's Attorney
Damron, when court adjourned until this
morning at nine o'clock, when the defenso
will open its side of tho case.
It seems that Congressman Thomas
has not yet finished introducing bills in
tho federal house of representatives. Last
week he is said to have introduced a bill,
which sets forth that, whereas, France
made a grant of a tract of land amounting
to 02,100 acres of land, now in thestato of
Illinois, when it was a part of tho dominion
of that country, for the benefit of a sem
inary at Quebec, Canada, and that Bishop
Baltes, of Alton, III.,' has been given power
to administer tho grants that tho United
States shall grant to Bishop Baltes for the
object named, scrip to tho amount stated
to be located iu nny public lands in the
United States. .
The story ot a horrible deed enacted
in the suburbs of St. Louis, Saturday night,
reads like that of a ghastly tragedy from tho
French. The victim, an aged woman, rob
bery the only assigned motive for her inur
dor, and a grandson and an accomplice ac
cused of the deed, are features of the case
dark enough to make it rank high in the
annals of crime. It is to be hoped that
further developments may at least soften
some of tho most revolting features of the
The following aro tho grounds upon
which Scovillo's motion for a new trial for
Guiteau is based: "Tho first point alleged
informality iu tho verdict, 'Guilty as hi
dicuted.' 2d, Verdict does not specify in
which count defendant is guilty, und omits
essential facts. 3d, That the trial extended
over two terms of court. 4th, This court
has no jurisdiction. 6th, Tho court erred
in overruling all prayers upon questions of
law asked by counsel for defense, and in
refusing to instruct the jury us defenso
suggested. Cth, Court erred in excluding
proper evidence of defense. : 7th, Court
erred In admitting improper ovidenco from
tho prosocutiou. 8th, Court erred in com
menting improperly upon defendant's coo
duct und making arrangements with tho
district attorney to allow the jury aud ex
porta to observe defendant. 0th, Misbo-
havior of tho jury in reading newspapers.
10th, New evidence. 11th, Verdict con
trary to evidence. 12th, Verdict contrary
to law. Guitcau's affidavit filed in the
supremo court alleges ho is restricted of
libei ty. Affidavit of Frederick II. Bnydor,
alleges seeing tho jurymen reading nows
p&pors which contained improper matter."
Tho resignation of Brig. Gen. Tor
ranee, commanding tho firBt brigade of tho
Illinois militia, was caused by an irrecon
cilable discord which had grown up be
tween him and subalterns. MoBt of tho
discontented ones are also out of the ser
vice, but they kept up the fight through tho
Scoville has written a card. Ho can
not afford to give two months more to the
motion for a now trial in tho Guiteau case,
but if the American people, in tho interests
of justico, choose to contribute money,
competent counsel will be ongaged and
tho miscreant given the full benefit of their
The Paducah Enterpriso has changed
back from a quarto to a folio, beginning
with its Tuesday's issue, but it has lost
none of its ppiciness, newsiness and neat
ness of appearance. Tho cause of tho
change is less advertising patronago than
at certain other seasons of tho year; but
it expects to increase its size as soon as
tho business season reopens The rare en
terprise of the Enterprise will not fail to
insure its success in whatever form it muy
choose to come out.
Henry Ward Beechcr Bcems to be
gradually drifting over to the side of In
gursoll in his theory of the future state.
Iu a recent sermon ho said : "What the
end will be, 'I do not know, for I can't see
the beginning; but that punishment will
continue aftcT it can no longer do good, or
that it will be maJo everlasting, I do not
believe. God doso to nio, and'more, if I
ever preach that or countenance it in any
way whatever. For God's own sako, for
the sake of every tiling that reason, con
science and benevolence justify, I would
clear God's skirts of every such aspersion.
Punishment, so long as it continues to do
good; then annihilation, if you believe it
but eternal punishment never.' "
A few nights ago another attempt wa9
made by Copenhaffer, tho Johnson county
murderer in tho Alexander jail for safe
keeping, to escape from his cell by means of
a small steel saw, made of a common table
knife. The noiso made by tho sawing of
one of the iron bars in the door attracted
tbo attention of Mr. Micheal Fitzgerald,
who instituted an investigation and found
the little saw in a water bucket, near tho
door, inside of tho cell, where Coppnhatler
had throwu it when he found that his work
ing had been detected. The saw was al
most the exact counterpart of tho one used
by the same prisoner in a previous attempt
to break jail, of which The Bulletin spoke
at the timo. , A thorough search was made
of tho cell and the persons of ths prisoners
thiH last time, but no further devices which
iu any way could be used for breaking jail
wero found. The jailer does not know how
these implements afe obtained by the pris
oner. It is likely that he had them all well
hidden about his person at the timo he was
putintojuil. But he will probably not have
a chance to make another attempt before his
trial comes oft' in the Johnson county cir
So fur as known there havo been no
further meetings of the merchants of the
city to protest against unjust discrimina
tion in freights at this point, since tho first
one spoken of by The Bulletin several
days ago. At that meeting a committee
was appointed to confer with promincut
attorneys, to as certain if redress
could bo had through legal process and it
is likely that said committco will bo ready
to report at tho next called meeting of the
merchants, which will probably be somo
time during this week. The subject of
referring the matter to the chamber of com
merce, which has recently been revived in
this city, is also broached among some of
tho merchants who took part in tho first
meeting. This idea carried out, would
perhaps tend more toward righting the
wrongs complained of than any other
method that could bo adopted. , A com
mittco on transportation, appointed by the
chamber of commerce, to confer with the
proper officers of tho roads guilty of un
just discrimination, could probably have
tho matter adjusted in less time and moro
satisfactorily on both sides than it could
bo done in any other way. This has been
the modo of proceed ure in Louisville ami
other large cities. Bearing upoti this mat
ter is tho following iu an editorial in a re
cent issue of tho Louisville Courier-Jour
nal: "A few years ago there was in Louis
villo a feeling of antagonism or of distrust
of tho railroads much stonger than there
is to-day. Even now wo beliove wo havo
somo causo of complaint, but we look to
tho managers of roads to right them. This
better understanding, which has in reality
become a spirit of co-operation, bus been
duo to mtny different causes, one of tho
most important of which has been tho cs
tabliuhing of tho board of trado and tho
appointment of tho transportation coin
mitteo. This couunittgo is composed of
shippers, who know something of the ne
cessities of tho country tributary to Louis
ville. It receives and carefully investi
gates all complaints made to it. When
convinced wrong has been done, it aBks a
conferenco with tho railroad managers and
discusses with them all disputed points
They hsvo no legal power, no coercivo force
It is not contended for a moment that al
this committee asks Is granted, but it wil
bo admitted by thoso acquainted with tho
facts that it has dono much to reinovo causes
of complaint and to virtually benefit the
roads aud their customers. So much for
'moral suasion' in this direction."
Tho business done by the Cook county
probate court, recently declared illegal in
cluded 4,004 cases transferred to tho coun
ty court and 2,078 new cases. Tho value
of transferred and settled cases was $10,
185,000. Tho value of new cases pending
is nearly $34,000,000. Tho validity of all
this business is called in .question by tho
A rise of Hucther inch was marked by
tho Ohio river at, this point during tho
twenty-four hours ending at 1:11 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Forty-seven feet
eight inches was what it measured on the
government guago at tho timo mentioned.
During the same period of timo it roso ten
inches at Chattanooga; five, at
Cincinnati; six, at Louisville; and
fell two feet two inches at
Nashville, The Mississippi fell two inches
at St. Louis during tho samo timo. There
was a general rise of tho temperature in
the north vjest, which, if it continues, will
onuse tho recently fallen snows in that part
of tho country to melt, and a further rise in
the rivers nny bo expected.'
, Tho Mormon lobby in Washington,
which is working to some purpose, has dis
covered a way of frightening those con
gressmen whom its money cannot purchase
It has employed nearly all tho detcctivo
talent, of tbo capital, and is having every
M. C. shadowed and watched.. It claims
that it will be able to show that many rep
resentatives are' Mormons in practice, if
not in principal. The news has naturally
caused tho greatest alarm in congressional
circles. It is to bo hoped that the repre
sentatives will not allow themselves to be
intimidated by blackmailing threats of
this kind, but will do their duty to the
world by passing some stringent anti
Scoville has issued a card to the
American people, in which he says: In the
the circumstances I do not feel called upon
as a matter of public interest alone to give
an additional two months time to the mo
tion for a new trial (for Guiteau) before
the court in banc. If my fellow citizens,
few or many, think the interests of justice,
tho cause of humanity and the honor of
the country, require that this contest be
prolonged, and that no effort be spared to
secure the verdict and judgment, after pas
sion shall have subsided in the public
mind, let them mauifesr it by providing
means, and competent counsel will be se
cured at once. I ask nothing for myself
up to this present time, but cannot give my
own service hereafter without compensa
tion. At least $2,000 is needed. Should
sufficient amount not bo received, the
money will bo refunded on request. Ad
dress until February 4, George Scoville,
Washington, D. C.
There are still three patients afflicted
with varioloid in the city pest-house. They
aro ' Robert Sanders, Frank Sum-
merville and Jackson. The first
named is seriously sick with tho disease,
but may get over it. Summervillo is the
man to whom reference is made elsewhere;
ho is not seriously afflicted and Jackson,
who was suffering more from a wound in
the abdomen than from varioloid, and who
is expected to succumb, is better and will
Irobably get over it. Tho last patient
taken to the pcst-hotiso from tho hospital
Nwas Arthur Hamilton, and the dato was
January 11th. It seems, therefore, that
by the exercise of much care on tho part of
Dr. Carter and tho Sisters of ths Holy
Cross, the germs of the disease havo at last
been stamped out in tho hospital. If no
more new cases are allowed to enter there
now, but are sent immediately and prompt
ly to tho pest-house, it is likely that the
marino hospital station will remain
free from tho dicaso in the future. No
new cases havo appeared in tho city since
Friday noon, and there havo been as yet
none at all among citizens of Cairo. All
tho small-pox patients, who havo until now
appeared in this city, have been non
resident river men, and all but onoof tlieso
have been negroes.
"Further particulars of tho killing of
Mr. Leo Edrington, by Geo. Stovall, at
Lovelaceville, in Ballard county, Friday,"
says tho Paducah Enterprise, "fail to show
any reasons to justify tho act. Stovall,
who is said to be rather a fast character,
addressed an insulting letter to a daughter
of Mr. Edrington, and tho letter was hand
ed by the young lady to hor father. Meet
ing Stovall, Mr. Edrington spoko to him
of tho letter, reprimanding him for it and
cautioning him to behave in future. In
his remark , the gentleman is stated
to havo . Buiil nothing to provoke
a quarrel, but Stovall feeling
himself injurod, without a word of warning
whipped out a revolvor and firod. Tho ball
entered Mr. Edrington'sBtomach, just about
tho navel, passing through to tho back
where it lodged. Tho wounded man fell
and pai ties who were near ran to his es
sistunce and carried him home, where ho
expired in a short timo. Stovall was im
mediately placed under arrest, and as ho
was to havo been taken to Illandvillo and
put in jail, lie is now doubtless safe behind
tho bars. 1 he murder has created great
excitement la tho usually quiet village,
owing to tho prominciico of both parties,
Stovall belonging to a first class family and
his victim being a gentleman of good ro
putatlon and high standing."
Argus: "The Bulletin is about as
much of , an alarmist as Dr. Ruuch and is
worthy to bo his organ. It would evidently
convey the idea that thero is an epidemic
in tho state, whereas there is nothing ap
proaching it existing or thfeatonud." If . to
warn its readers of the existence
within their midst of a loath
some and deadly disease, so that
they may avoid it and be induced to uso
what means there may bo to guard against
it, if to do this constitutes ono an "alarm
ist" then The Bulletin pleads guilty to
tho charge, and, in a measure, fools proud
of tho distinction. Unliko the Argus, The
Bulletin has not allowed itself to bo in
fluenced by a peculiar, au ignorant, a
brutal, a mercenary scntimentallity, Bhall we
call it, to forsako its mission as a "newspa
per" with reference to a matter which is of
tho most vital importance to the public in
general. The Bulletin has sought to
publish the truth with reference to tho
existence of small-pox in Cairo, because
this was news which concerned Jhe safety
of tho lives of tho people of Cairo; the
Argus has sought to , suppress
the truth with referenco to tho ex
istence of small-pox in Cairo, because
this was news which might injure Cairo's
"commerce." The Bulletin was guided
in its course course by tho belief that the
safety of human lives whs a , consideration
superior to that of any interests of com
merce; the Argus, character
istically studious of profit, was
guided by a judgoment biased by
avarice, which led it to foolishly conclude
that a publication of tho truth would be
more injurious to a city where the disease
exists in a mild form and is well isolated,
than would the imperfect and always mag
nified reports of rumor. "Which haa per
sued the right course, Tiie Bulletin or
tho Argus?" is a question which an intelli
gent and fair-minded public may answer.
It was rumored on the streets a few
days ago that a sick river man came to the
post-office on Saturday and after wander
ing about among the crowd awhile, made
his way up stairs to the offico of Dr. Carter,
tho marino surgeon ; but the doctor being
out, he, the sick river man, lay down near
one of tho heaters to await the doctor's
arrival. About half an hour after, contin
ues rumor, the doctor came, saw the man,
pronounced his ailment to be small-pox,
and had him immediately conveyed to the
pest-house, where he now lies dangerously
ill with a virulent case of small-pox. Tub
Bulletin has investigated the matter and
is prepared to say, authoritively, that, to
some extent, Madame Rumor is right. Tho
river man referred to is the man Summer
ville, of whom The Bulletin spoke Sun
day. Ho had been in tho hospital under
treatment for consumption for Bome time,
and was discharged from there, but was
wont to visit Dr. Carter's office almost
every week for medicine. About noon on
Friday ho came again to the doctor's office,
making his way through the post-office
hall, and up stairs to Dr. Carter's office.
The doctor was out and Summervillo sat
down on a step leading up to Sergeant W.
II. Ray ,s office, iu order to be convenient to
a spitoon, ts he was still spitting up blood
from his diseased lung9. He ar
rived a, the post office about 11:30
o'clock remained in the building
about ten minutes at most and was on his
way to the pest-house before 12 o'clock.
The man had tho varioloid, and has it still,
but not seriously, and, at the time of his
entrance at the post office, the disease was
not at that stage where it is necessarily
contagious. But bo this as it may, the
casa demonstrates very plainly that there is
danger not in going to the post office
alone, but in going anywherewithout be
ing vaccinated. A person who is properly
fortified against the disease is no moro
liable to catch small-pox at tho post office
than ho is on any of our populous through
fares, and thoso who aro not fortified against
tho disease by vaccination, aro just as
liablo to meet a person alllicted with small
pox and enroute for tho marino surgeon's
office, at somo street corner, as ho is at
tho post-office. There is but one prevent
ive of small-pox known to scienco and
that is good animal virus, and if this be
properly and generally resorted to by the
people of Cairo they need not allow their
mail to accumulate in tho post-office, for
fear of going or sending thero after it, lest,
in doing so, they come in contact with some
ono afflicted with the deadly disease.
At tho residence of tho bride's father,
F. U. Thurman, publisher of tho Wick
liflo Tribuno on tho 30th, ult., by Eldor M.
Rollings, Mr. D. R. Eulow, of Branden
burg, Ky., and Miss Ida B. Thurman
formerly of that placo. They loft on the
Vint Shinklo for Louisville, Ky., their fu-
MRS. W. H. GREEN DEAD.
A telegram received in this city from
Judge W. II. Green, at Quitman, Georgia,
yesterday forenoon, brought tho sad Intel
ligenco that Mrs. W. II. Green died the
evening before at tho city named, full
of Christian faith and.hope;hur lnHt request
being that her funeral should bo
preached in tho Church of tho Redeemer
by Rev) Davenport as Boon sb the remains
arrived at Cairo; and that she be burled
in tho cemetery at Morgan Hold, Ky.
It is not known as yut at what timo the
remains will arrive at Cairo, but probably
Thursday or Friday, and we prcsunio due
notice will ,1)0 givon of the timo of services
at tho church. . v . : '
Saturday, Feb. 4th.
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As announced in Sunday'! Bulletin,
tho wedding of Mr. N. E. Jocobs and
Miea Annie Trigg took placo at tho reel'
dunce of Mr. W. Trigg on Monday nlgnt.
Tho groom arrived from Jackson, Mibs.
on Sunday. Tho wodding waB a very
private ono, only the immediate relatives of
the bride being in attendance Rev. Scar
rott, of the Methodist church, performed
tho ceremony, aud after a few hearty con
gratulationi tho young couple loft for The
Halliday, from whenco they boarded the
Steamer City of New Orleans yesterday
morning. They will make a ahort tour of
omo of tiie principal cities of the south and
thon go to Jackson, MIbs., where thoy
will inako their homo in the futuro.
Tub Bulletin joins, its wcll-wishos for
tho young people with thoso of tholr many
friends in this city.
Among the presents to the bride, which'
were few but valuablo, was a very beauti
ful sot of diamond pin, ring, bracelets and
car-rings from the groom.