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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY 'MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1882.
Circuit JudL'o-O. J BbUit.
Circuit Cltrk-A. II. Irvln.
County J udire K. H Vocum. ,
County C'lerk-8. J. Hiimm.
Couuty Attorney-J- M-Mmr,";
Comity Truaurr-Mlltie W. I'arker.
tiherltf John Jiodws.
County Commhaloncrs-T,. W. Hallldsy, J. A.
Ullms andl'oter fatip.
City Otticerh. . .
Treasurer T J Ktrth.
Clurk-Ocnr.it. J, Koly.
OounlorWm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal-L. H. Miyrs,
KIAllO Or M4IK'
first Ward -Pelor Hunt), t. M. Klmbronch.
Second Ward-Jesse llhiklf.O. N. HnKhea.
Third Ward-K. V. Ull(, John wood.
Koorth W.rd-Cbirloi 0. railm. Adolph Bwo-
" Ktlth Ward-T. W. HaJltoar, Ernest B. Psttlt.
Cltti H VPTIST Cornor Tenth aud Poplar
rwt.i preach' uK nmt and third Sundays in
u 11 m nd7:lo. m ; prayr meet-
HCRCI1 OP TIIE IlKDKBMEIMXplscopal)
C KouruUh street; Bund.y 7. a m , lfoly
Morntn prayers; 8P. m.,eYeulng rayere. V,
lTvenport,8. T. R. Hector.
MIKST MlbBIOAKV Mnwi u,lv.-
Sl,bath school at t;w p.
I UTIIBRAN-Tliirtwjnth street;
L bathl :ita.m. ; Sunday school I p.m. Kef.
f KTHUDIHT Cor. Clgbtb Walnat jtreets,
M breaching Babbetb iV.UU. m. end?:) P-"-Haldey
School t :0 P- m. Kv. J. A. Borrutt.
I , K KSBVTE HIAN-KlKbth street; pmckta U
I fcntiliftib at 11:00 a. m.and 7:30 p. " PrT9'
icnndneil.y at t:W p. -i School
ktlp.u. Ki-v B.Y.Ueor.e, pastor.
CT. J0KEPU S-Oiomsn Catholic) Cornet Cross
3 and Walrot stress ; -rvtcee sabbath 10 .) 'e.
a, ; Hiinday School at S p. m . S VPts P- .
ruis vry day st S e. m. Ret. Ollara, Priest.
ST PATKICK'8-(Homan Caluollc) Corner Ninth
street end WahU)KUn renne; irTlci bb
o.th Und 10 m. i Vepm 3 p. m.;
t p. m. irtci tf7 day t t. m. Ret. MasUjruou
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
Mall :15a.m tMail V,4:5?-?
t ccom,dtion.ll :10 a.m lCx&r.f -. U 10 a. m
lExpreaa 4:jo p.m I AceomdatlOB...OS p.ra
MI88 CENTRAL K. R.
tMail - 4:SSa.mtMall SOOpm
tEipreai W:lBa to tKiprcw U .!.
CAST. L. K. R. (Narrow GaaRe.)
Biprex : a m I 'Bxprw.. : P
Accom'datlon. 1 : p.m I Accom datoln 12.30 p.m
BT.L.. I.M. 8. K B.
tExpttw U:Wp m I tBxprcM.... 2:50 p ra
tArcom cation. :p.m I tAccom datlon U.ti m
WABASH. ST.. LOUIS 4 PAUFIC R'Y CO.
Mail K.... 5:00 .m 'Mali A Kx..., :89pm
Dally except Bonday. t Bally.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Shortest aud Quickest Route
St, Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino Kunuin
O DAILY TRAINiS
Making Dieect Connection
Thaih Liati Caiiw:
1J:16 ta in. Mail,
ArrlTliiK In 8t. Loulu 9 :4S a.m.; Chicago, 8 :30 p.m. ;
ConuictinK at Odin aud Blunahain for cfncln
nail, Loutavlllo. ludlauapolia aud polnU Hast.
11:10 n.m. Bt. Iotiin and Western
ArrivinKln8t.Lont7:)Jp. m., and eonnoctlni!
for aupoinia Wool.
4:!nJO p.m. Fayt Kxpreaa.
or8t. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:40 p.m., and Chlcaco 7:S0 .m.
4:aO p m. ClncinnHtl Kxprww.
Anlvina at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.) LouivUI 7:20
am. lndlanapolla 4:oo a.m. Paaaeowti by
thta train reach the abovo poinU 113 to 30
UOUUB In advance of any other route.
MTbM;) P. m. expreM bai PULLMAN
bLICBPINO CAlt Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through aleopera to Bt. Looli ana
1 Fast 'rimo Kast.
Xfl,SSeil;tln ern point without ny dolay
canaod by Sunday Intervening The Saturday after
noon tralu from Cairo arrlvea in new Yo'k Monday
norniug at 10:5. Thirty-elx houretn advance ol
i By olhor route, ,
l1T"Kor through tlcVeta and further Information,
anplvat Illtiiola Central Railroad Dopot, Cairo.
JAb. JOIINSON, J. U.JONKS,
Oen. Sniitlmm Agent. Tlcnet Agent.
A. II. HANSON, Ova. Paa, Agent. Chlcauo
Q.E0KQB II. LEACH.M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
rent of anrglcal dlieaaei, and dlieaaei of women
Office: Ou Hth itreot, oppoatte the Poat Office,
Cairo, in. ,
J)R. W. C JOCELTN,
OFFIOB-KlgkU Street, near Coram ere.lal Avenne
JR. B. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi-Nn, 186 Cowmorclal Aysuue, betwasn
ghth ana Ninth Stresu
Commercial Avenue and Eiffbth Street,
F. RK0KM, Prmldnt. I P. NEKF, VicoPrea'nt
U. W'ELt.8, Caahier. T. J. Kerth, Aaa't caah
F. Brow . Cairo I William Kiuae. .Cairo
Peter Ncff William Wolf.... '
C, M . OMtcrloh I CO. Patler. ....... "
E.A. Buder ll Welln "
J. Y. C'k'm.on, Calodonla.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINKHS DONE.
Exchange aold and bought. Interet paid In
the Savings I)rprtment. Collections made and
all bu.lnuM promptly attonded to.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
Tbe "trlmmlngr"are coarae ehavlnga and make
the beat summer wood for cooking purpoveeae well
u the cbeapeet ever sold in Cairo. For black
.mlth's nae insetting tlrea. they are nnequolled
Leavt rnor ordxrs at too Tenth street wood vard
' T a
s- a f
QAIRO CITV FERRY CO.
THREE Jbfl, STATES.
On and after Monday. June 7th, and until further
notice tbe fenyboat will make trips t follow:
MATSa I.IAVI9 LIAVH
FootPonrth st. Mlnsourt Land g. Kentucky Ld g.
6:00 a. m. 8:30 a. m. 9 a. m.
10:00a. m. 10:30a.m. 11a.m.
a :00 p.m. 2:30p.m. 3 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:S0p.m. 5;(K)p.m.
2 p.m. 2:80 p.m. S P.m
CAIRO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. TtTPNER. Master.
LEM. HILL, Clork.
Lenvoi Cairo for New Madrid and war points
evory Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p, m.
Returning leaves New Madrid Wednesday, Friday,
and Monday at 7 a.m.
ror froiKni or pawo nppiy io
J AM his BIGGS, Agont.
A Now and Compioto Hotel, fronting on Levee
Becona ana uaiiroita oireuia, .
Tb Passongor Dtot of the Chicago, St. Loula
an' ew Orleans! Illinois Central; Wabash, Ht.
Louis and Paciflc; Iron Mountain and Southern,
u.lii.. ...1 r. I... anil flf f.ntila Rillwiv.
are all just across tbe strout; while the Steamboat
ThlsHotol Is heated by steam, has steam
Lanndry, Hydraulic Elevator, iecmc van ucna.
Automatic Flre-Alartns, Baths, absolutely pure air,
. .......... .ml . nM. nl.,. . Illlftl ,l,ffn ..tl I
Superb ftirmshlngsi porfwst service and an so
p. P. PAHKBH it OQ.,Lsiees)
EV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & OCi.
Cor. Nineteenth street I Poij'A Til
Commercial Avenne I tttllU, Xll
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLE i
Manufacttirer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL Kim OP JOB V70BX DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
WJI. M. BAXTER & CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
Zincs, and Colors,
No. 52 Pearl Street, - - NEW YORK.
Oar Llauid Paints are ready for Immediate use on
opening the packages, no oil, spirits of turpentine
or dryers being required,
1'nntv. We cuarsntce their absolute parity and
their freedom from barytes, clay, alkalis, water,
benzine, soap and other articles which are used to
adulterate llauid paints.
Covering Capacity. They weigh fifteen to six
teen pounds W the gallon, and will cover better
and more surface than any chemical paints or those
containing barytes or clay, as these add weight
Permanency of Color Great care has been taken
In selecting colors for tinting, and we use only per
manent colors, consequently our lints uo noi lane.
Convenience. Auv one who can nse a paint
brush can apply the.e paluts, and being ready for
use, tbure Is no waste or excess of material, as is
the case often when lead, oil and turpentine have
to be purchased- The colors can always be exactly
matched and there- is n necReity of having two or
throe shades on the same building, as is often the
caxe when tints are made experimentally.
our 1'nre Liquid faints are put up in smalt cans
from 1 to 5 lbs., and also by the gallon. In packages
from cans of X, 1, , 8 and 5 galls., to kegs of 10, 15
and 25 galls., and bbls. of 45 galls.
Sample 'Iivdsafl Vce Lists mailed to any ad.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FL0VS. GRAIN AND HAY
Hkhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
rjIHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LKVKE.
A General Banking: business
TIIOS. W. IIALLIDAY.
JNTERrRISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, 111.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. IIALIID AV,
JOHN SPROAT, .
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ioe.
ICE BYTnE CAR LOAD OR T0N.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Speoialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
FLAVORING EXTRACT H.
THE CONTRAST !
iniile otlter Baking J'otvdcra
are largely adulterated with
Mum and other hurtful drugs,
has been kspt unchanged in all
its original puritif attd ntrenqth.
pu best evidence of its nafrtff
and effect ivnwsx in the fact of its
having rtreirrd the highest ' tenfi
moiiialH from the moat eminent
rhe.mintn in the United States,
wlu have inalgzed it, from its
introduction to the present time.
There are no powders that bear
higher chemical tests, nor any
that show so good results by the
TEST OF THE OVEN.
It is a pure. Fruit Acid Baking
1'owder, Made by
STEELE Sz PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Manufacturers of Lupulln Yeast
Oems, Dr. Price's Special Flavoring
Extracts, and Dr. Price V Unique
COAL, WOOD ICE,
WOOD, COAL and ICE,
by the Ton or Car Load, delivered In any part of tbe
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
HP Leave orders at my Wood and Coal Office.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chioaoo, Feb. 0, 10 a. u.
Pork-March, fl 8.52$; April, f 18.75.
Wheat- March, fl.31 April, 1.32
Corn February, flOc; March, OOc;
Oats-March, 42c.;May, 4514'c.
Chicago Feb. 6 , 12 m.
Pork- March, f 18.72 ); April, f 18.05.
Wheat-February, fl.30?.f; March
Corn May, GCc.
Oats February, 4l?jc;Marcli, 420.
Cuicaoo, Feb. (i, 2 :b0 p. M.
Pork-March f 18.70; April, f 18.1)0
Wheat-March, f 1.31 ?4' April, fl.32B'
Corn March, (i3; May.GCiic.
Outs February, 41 c; March,
Nbw York, Feb. 5, 12 m.
Wheat-No. 2 Chicago, 11.32(134;
No 3 Red Winter fl.41; No. 3 Mil.
Corn-No. 2 G0j4'70jiJ
The City of Helena met with on accident
at Kaakasky, below St. Marys, coming
down, by running on tho reef. Sho broke
everything about her starboard wheel ex
cept the shuft. Tho Jos. Kinney wuh dis
patched from St. Louis, to bring out her
Tho City of Vicksburg crtmo out 24
hours late but with a good trip. Sho added
very little hero ami left for Vicksburg.
The Jos. Kinney was duo last night with
tho Helena in tow, but had not arrived up
to 0 o'clock.
Tho B. 8.Rheacamo down from Nb1i-
villo with 100 tons pic iron for renhipniont
by tho Anchor lino to St. Louis. Tho Ithen
took a big trip from the new elevator for
Tho James W. Oaff camo down from
Cincinnati for Memphis with a good trip',
and added 250 tons of rain and merchan
dise bore for sumo place.
Tho EvanBvillo packet Silver Cloud camo
down Sunday with a light trip.
Tho Pittsburg tow boat Dick Fulton
paBsed up to Pittsburg from Now Orleans
with a big tow of empties.
Tho A. J, Baker camo out from St. Louis
with threo barges of freight belonging to
tho Loury'i tow for New Orfcans. Tho
Loury met with an accident at Rush Island
near Grand Tower, by staving in ono of
hor barges, The Bigley wan dispatched
from St. Louis with a bargo and elevator
to transfer the grain. Tho Loury will more
than likely bo out to-day.
The Chas. Morgan arrived Sunday morn
ing with trip from Cincinnati for New Or
leans. Slio addod about 200 tons here, and
left Sunday night.
The Jno. B. Maud came up from Mem
phis on good time for StXouis, and took
100 tons pig iron for that place. Slio
comes out again Thursday uiglit for Mem
phis. The J. I). Williams passed up tho Ohio
with big tow of empties for Pittsburg
from New Orleans.
Capt. W. P. Halliday left lor tho south
Tho Chas, Brown was due last night from
St. Louis. She goes down after a tow of
logs. Hill's wrecking boat i;oes along to
hoist the longs on the barges.
The Piaao came up from Memphis with
threo barges, two of which goes to Rosa
Claro for rock and tho other to Chester.
Tho Andy Baum passed up to Cincinnati
from Memphis last night with a good trip
Tho R. R. Springer passod up lust night
from New OrlcanB, in leBS than five days,
twelve hours more than the Baton Rogue.
She makes tho Mardi gras trip from Cincin
nati and Louisville, under tho charter of
Will Hays of the latter place.
The river is still going down with 47
feet 3 inches on the guago, a fall of 3 in
ches since last report but bv to-morrow it
will be going down more rapidly. At
Chattanooga it raised 3 feet 2 inches with
24 feet 5 inches on the gauge. At Cincin
nati it is on a stand with 24 feet 4 inches
on guage. At Louisville it fell 2 foot 7 in
ches. Af St. Louis it fell 1 inch.
Tho St. Genevieve is the Memphis packet
to-night from St. Louis.
EAST, OR SOUTH.
The alarm felt in New York Btate over
tho determination of western shippers to
send their grain via the Mississippi rivor
New Orleans to the east ami to Europe, has
caused the agitation of a plan to checkmate
the western men by making the Erie canal
free of toll, thus affording a freo water route
from Chicago to New York City nine
months in the year. This pretty scheme
has found active friends in the legislature
of that state and in all tbe cities along the
route, but has found just as active foes in all
the cities 'an J countries off tho line ot tho
canal. The tolls heretofore have amounted
to over ono million dollars annually, which
sum has been expended in maintaining the
service and in repairs. Should the canal be
mado free, the enpenso f maintenance
would bo thrown upon all parts of the
state alike, to which tax those living of!
the line and deriving no benefit from tho
canal, seriously object. The Farmer, of
Port Jervis, is speaking of the proposed con
Btitutional amendment which is to inaugu
rate the change, ssys that tho member of
tho legislature who favors the schome is no
friend of tbe farmer; and declares that it is
no part of tho duties of tho people of th's
state to provide a free water way through it
any more than it i t t piovidu a free rail
way. But in further arguing the question,
tho Farmer is in error, we think, in abort
ing that "It is by no means a settled ques
tion that freight can bo transported cheaper
by water than it can bo by rail, all things
boing taken into consideration." It is a
settled question with the people of tho west
ern states at loast, 'and we shall con
tinue to use tho lakes and tho grand old
Mississippi until the railroad kings emtio to
their senses and arc satisfied with a great
deal less than their present charges.
The Dead Cannot Be Raised,1
not if your lungs are badly wasted away
can you bn cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's
"Golden Medical Discovery," It is, how
over, unequaled as a tonic, alterative and
nutritive, and cures tho most obstinato
raso of bronchitis, coughs, colds, and in
cipient consumption, far surpassing in t ffic
cacy cod liver oil. Send two stamps for
Dr. picrcc,s pamphlets on consumption and
and Kidney affections. Address Woklo'b
Dispknsauv Medical Association, Butlulo,
A Man Mysteriously Struck Dead.
A friend dfwribi'd to us a rcmitrkithlo
Hftino witnosm'd by him at a religious
nii'tting on Whidby Island. W. 'I. A
member of the church, while talking,
called upon God to strike him dead if a
certain statement mado by him, in tho
Htrongcst mid moot unequivocal milliner,
was not literally nnd exactly trim. Ho
had barely uttered the last word when
lie fell deiid. Coming as this did in tho
church, and upon tho leading member,
itftor tho making of such a declaration,
the effect upon tho congregation can
only bo Imagined. It vn Ntihiliiin,
terrifying, awful. The witness of kucIi
u scene can never again doubt the omni
presenco and omnipotenneo of God.
StalUa Val., iW.
A Boy Who Wished He Hadn't.
What ails you, Sam; have you boon
"No, I h-lialn't."
"What Is it, then ?"
"Nawthing; only yesterday I gave
that Jonos boy a licking, and tli Is morn
ing hi f atlicr bought him ft goat. All
the boys aro ovor thoro, and the, goat la
butting all tho op, and all tho boys
and gontu are butting each other, and
I'm left out la tho oold 'cause I licked
tho boy who run the animal.
MEN OF THE DAY.
HON. TEED- T. FRELLNGHUISEN, ,
Secretary of State-
The new Secretary of State, Hon. Fred
erick T. Frolinghuyscn has been for
many years Senator from New Jersey,
and may be classed in tho school of
tttatcsmttmdiip, with such men as
Hamilton Fish, and Hannibal Hamlin. .
Mr. Freliughnysen is a pleasant spcak
or, and a man whose appearance, lan
guage and demeanor hour out tho fact
that he camo of a race of gentlemen. Ho
was a favorite nephew of Theodore Fre
linghuysen who ran for Vice President
on tho ticket with Henry Clay, in 1844,
as well as tho grandson oil rcucrick I.
I relinghuysen, who at 22 years of age,
was a tnciuucr oi tne uonuneniai con
gress. Wr. c relinghuysen, to this iay
maintains tho old family homestead
farm and buildings at Millstown,
Somerset, Co., New Jersey, whilo a
Senator he bought at Washington, and
still owns tho house No. 1731 I street,
now occupied by Senator Cameron.
Mr, Frelinghuysen married the daugh
ter of Georgo Griswold, a merchant of
New York City, who amassed groat
wealth in the India trade, and has si!s
children three sons and three daughters.
The Secretary's habits peculiarly fit
him for tho important station ho now
lills, and politicians of all shades glad
ly welcome him to the scenes of public
Tho Tlood of Immigration.
One nundrcd and Eighty-Nine Steamers
in the Emigrant Carrying; Trade.
The Commissioners of Emigration are
stirred with unwonted activity, and well
they may be, as the receipts of this year
bid fair to cast in the shade those of
1881. It is understood that bookings
are already secured by tho agents for
the several steamship lines to the enor
mous extent of 500,000 emigrants, and 1
it is a reasonable supposition that tho
army of new comers will be still further
increased. That such is the belief and
anticipation of tho carriers is evident
from tho fact that the great fleet of
steamers at present working is to be
supplemented by new vessels now build
ing. An idea of tho carrying tonnago in
volved will bo gathered by a perusal of
tho following carefully prepared official
ESTABLISHED PREVIOUS TO 1R79. '
Stcaninrs. Since IS79.
Whltw Star Line 8 a
I'liiian s 1
Cutmnl S , 8
WHIliims &UuJon a
Anchor 2d 3
Stum 7 1
North diirrimn Lloyd 0 1
Company 13 S
Tlui (ifiieral Transiitlnntlo
lied Star Lino 1 3
(Jrent Westitrn Htoumshlp
Company 8 , 4
Not norlands Aim'rlruntttPHin
' No viRut lun Company... 7 8
Totals 128 35
LINKS ESTABLISHED BI.NfB 1879.
Royal Netherlands . 8
Mmiiiivh Line 4
hl t'niss Lino 4
White (Vim Lino l
HonloMiix Lino 8
Heaver Lino 4
Kdwurd Curr 8
Tlilntiviillii Lino 8
NEW STKAMKKS HirU.DI.fO.
North Cormnn Lloyd (Itrenn ii) 1
Kreni'li Llnoillnvro) 1
llimilmrir-Aiiiorleaii Tucket Cotnpunyrflnra-
Anchor I.IiumG hmgow) 1
ThiuKVitllu Lino 3
TOTAL NUMUKB SNQAQKn.
Trior to 1S79 138
Added since 1870 2ft
On new IIik-h siueo 1879 29
Now building ' T
Ornnd total of etepmors..., 189
If theso 189 steamers bring to our
shores between 600,000 and 600,000 reo-
flo it is clear the Commissioners of Em
gralion w ill have much to do.
Statistics of Odd Fellowship. (
From tho tiro men who gathered at
tho Seven Stars Inn, at Baltimore, Md.,
on tho 2Gth of April, 1819, has sprung a,
membership which now numbers 460,
000 men. Tho single lodge then insti
tuted (Washington No. 1) stands to-day "
at tho head of 7,100 similar bodies, gov
erned by llfty grand lodges, which In
turn acknowledge fealty to a sovereign
grand lodge. Tho revenuo from a few
pennies per night has reached $4,500,000
annually, and tho relief dispensed
touches'tho grand sum of 2,OUf),000
per year. Since 183(1, 1,2.W,000 men
have been lnitiatod,8G,600 of whomhava
been buried by kindly hands; 151,000
widowed families and 903,000 brethren
have been relieved, at an expenditure of
over $30,000,000. Tho total rocelpti
for llfty years have leen $78,000,000,
and after deducting relief and expenses,
tho order has now m the neighborhood
of $30,000,000 assets. Its system of.
sick benefits has proven a feasible and
successful one, and 1U death rate nnd
the averago age of its membership re ,
main tho same, ,vte: Tho death rate is 1
about ono percent., and tho averag..
ago of Its member" la about forty years.
, v.- .. ; y.('1)sv. - ,;V :