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City Marshal's Notice.
All parties having shovels, wheelbarrows
lanterns, picks, or,ny kind of tools or ma
terial belonging (o the city, are hereby re
quested and demanded to leave the sumo at
the city marshal's oflic on Sixth street, on
or before Saturday, Mch 11th, 1883. After
that dure strict search will bo made and
any party found in possession of any prop
erty belonging to the city, will be prose
cuted to the full extent ot the law.
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice tn thn columns, ten etnti por line,
each Insertion. Marked
The finest stock of liquors and cigars
ia tho city is at "Tho Opera Exchange,"
on Sixth street.
Roscoe Conkling, tho great rcsigner
and designer has now also become the
latest great decliner. lie has declined the
federal associate justiceship.
Mr. John E. Ilcndcrsw Is having nn
awning erected over the front of his place
( of business on Commercial avenue.
The proceedings of tho city council,
at its meeting Tuesday night, will be found
on tho first pago of this issue.
Tho finest stock of liquors and cigars
In tho city is at "Tho Opera Exchange,"
OB Sixth street.
Cairo gardeners are shipping largo
quantities of early vegetables to tho north
era markets, which is an evidence of pros
perity ia the face of many obstacles.
A. twcnty-Qve mile running race be
twooa John Doblor and, John McCorralck
will take place at Central Hall, Chicago,
next Baturdsy night.
The finest itock of liquors and cigars
In tho city is at "The Opera Exchange on
Sixth itrcet. .
, Monday night the five watchmen at
the Mississippi levee, ia charge of Mr,
Trabcr Artcr, discovered a heifer mired
not fur from tho Inner side of the levee
The men all went to work aud released the
lr. inlmal which bad evidently been
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING.' MARCH
held there for several dayi, and brought
her to the Are, gave bor something to eat,
She is white and red, and h(a other marks
by which she might be recognized by the
owner. The owner should immediately
claim and take care of tho animal.
McLean, tho would bo assassin of tho
queen, was quietly removed Saturday to the
Reding jail. Tho solicitor of tho family
writes ho possesses certificates of tho emi
nont physicians, Maudslcy and Godrich, of
tho existence of mental aberration in the
prisoner of, long Rtanding, and ho has no
hesitation in Baying there is no dillloulty
in establishing the fact of his insanity.
Tidings of disaster caused by thy flood
on tho Lower Mississippi grow gloomier as
the days go by. Towns have been swept
away, plantations destroyed, and whole
counties ia Mississippi ami ArKuuaas lain
under water. The destruction of life and
property has been great, and it is feared
that tho horrors of famine will be added to
the list before help .can .'reach the unfortu
nate peiple. --
Guiteau has improved in condition of
lat His complexion is better, and nn
bears the impression of being healthful
Ho still drives a g'jpd trade in selling his
photographs and autograph, claiming his
receipts to bo $25 to $30 per day, which is
probably an exageration. Ho has, however,
ample money to buy newspapers and fruit,
both of which ho devours with great relish.
Doubtless he is in easier circumatauc-s now
than ever before. Ha wears dark clothes
and fresh linen, and declares himself com
fortable and happy, with no apprehension
regarding hero or hereafter.
The grand jury, on its adjournment at
St. Louis, last Friday, handed in its report,
which included the following paragraph:
"The grand jury, after completing the work
assigned to it, has found that much of the
hoodlumism (so called) which disgrace
this city, is directly crargealdo to cheap
saloons, which a low license system has
made possible, and in which vice and pov
erty go hand in hand. We therefore recom
mend that tho law be so amended that no
dram shop licenso will bo issued for b-ss
than $1,000 per annum for each saloon;
that no more than one saloon bo permitted
on any one block, and that the selling of
intoxicating liquors to minors shall cause a
forfeiture of the license."
Nenrly a full attendance of the tax
payers committee of twenty-flvo was pres
ent at the council chamber last night to
attend to business referred to it by the
meeting of Monday night. Tho series of
qurstions were first disposed of, each one
being considered separately, and then
several recommendations were made with
reference to the several railroads in the city,
all of which excited lengthy, but interest
ing, discussion. Finally the committee" got
to work upon the really most important
business with which it was charged, namely,
to make recommendations as to the bes:
means of (improving the city and securing
it against sipe water and accumulated rain
water. Its report will bo an interesting one
and will exc'.te much commeut at tho meet
ing next Monday.
The Cincinnati Commercial says: "If
the Mississippi river had been confined by
levees on both banks trom Cniro to New
Orleans during tho present flood, as pro
posed by the Mississippi river commission.
whut would havo been the fate of New Or
leans? Not a vestigi of it would have
been left." In reply to this the Louisville
Courier Journal says very pointedly: "And
apparently you would have fiddled over the
vacant spot and illuminated the Commer
cial office. Under the conditions mention
ed, the whole Mississippi littoral would
havo been absolutely secure and New Or-
cans would have continued to exist just as
she does now. Under your favorite outlet
system, New Orleans would be left an in
land city, a condition which you seem to
Tho Ohio river fell five inches at this
point during th'i twenty-four hours ending
atnno o'clock yesterday afternoon, at which
hour it marked forty-eight feet on t lie
guage. As will be seen from river news
elsewhere in this issue tho gen
cral riso in tho rivers above was
icavy in somo places, light in others. A
dispatch received here by Mr. Thomas W.
Ilalliday, at Washington, based upon in
formation obtained by Gen. Ha.en there,
stated that tho river might come to a stand
here, but will not rise. The weather report
from tho northwest yesterday afternoon gives
ample ground for this belief. Tho torn-
peraturo geuerally was on a rise,
with cither rain or snow, or cloudy and
threatening weather at nearly all points
in the northwest. Tho best Cairo can do is
to "grin and bear it," tho which Tun Bul
letin lias been doing tor a littlo while or
A Paducah man, who has been loafing
around this city for a day or two, probably
because lie doesn't like water, and dry
laud and "refreshments'' are scarco at
homo, was badly taken in yesterday by an
other Paducali man. He was on the wharf
boat just beforo the Fowler wont out and a
man stepped up to him and askod him to
change half a dollar. No. 1 didn't have
thecbango but had another half dollar
which bo produced. In some way No, 2
got possession of this half dollar and ex
change it for a counterfeit which ho told
No. I to ploaso havo changed for him in
nie store on th" levee. Whi n No. 1 was
on Mid lovee, finding out that tho money
which the stranger had given him back as
his own was counterfeit, tho boat left with
No. 3. oa board. ' No. 1 w the game and
then immediately proceeded to deviso
means by which to recover a good half dol
lar for tho bad ouc; and with this thought
he went to a police court, complained that
an officer had borrowed half a dollar from
him Bnd refused to return it. Chief My
ers took the case in hand and soon made
tho fellow acknowledge that ho hail lied,
and tell the truth about tho manner of Ids
moucj's taking off.
Thoso people of Cairo who have not
gone through experience with water worse
than that to which they were subjected
this season do not know what it is to suf
fer from an overflow. Tiny aro living in a
Paradise compared to the stato of things in
other places south and north of them. The
officers of the Anchor line steamers have
orders to stop and take aboard all people
along the rivers who are suiF ring fioni wn
ter and wish to be removed, und each boat,
either up or down, for over a week past,
has been called up in dozens of time to stop
in ifer way to take aboard Home poor, water
bound person, or family, or animals.
Only h few days ago the
Steamer City of Helena took ahoivd a
poor family that had been "drowned out"
and wero floating down 'tho river on an
open raft. In almost numberless instances,
stual farms and lare plantations aro hi Hen
from view by the angry waters, the houses
are partially submerged, the fauiby has
been driven to the upper story or to the
garret and the &iock inhabits the p triors,
sitting room and kitchen below all with
rations run low and far away from Hiiy city
from which to draw supplies, und from dry
ground upon which to live and feel securo.
A contemplation of these thiogs should
make the i.vi-rago Cuiroite feel doubly
happy that he or aim has escaped the gen
eral flood and is able to enjy the com
forts of home in peift-ct security.
The Argus of yesterday iidnlgcs in a
lengthy criticism of the proposition that
the city has not the right which "city cor
porations generally have aud exercise," viz:
the right "to condemn property within
their border tor the purpose of laying out,
widening aud strai;:hteuing streets, estab
lishing public parks etc., where no impera
tive necessity exists for such wiirk." The,Ar-
gus makes it appear that Mr. Lansden inti
mated, in his remarks at the Tenth street
hall M mday night, that tho city of Cairo
had not tho right to condemn the levees
around her and to change and improve
them as might bo deemed necessary. In
this the Argus docs Mr Lansden an injus
tice, for he said nothing of tho kind; noth
ing even from which such an inference could
be, drawn. What ho did say was, in sub
stance, that the levees around the city, ex
cept tho new Mississippi levee, were as
much tho properly " of tho Cairo
property company as wero tin
lots of any person presont that person's
own, and that the city could not compell
tho company, to raise or strengthen said
levees, or hold it responsible for damages
resulting from a failure to do so. Tins dofs
not at all imply that the city could not, by
proving that the possession of the ievees
were essential to her welfare, condemn and
purchase said levees and then improve
them as she might deem necessary. How
tho Argus man could have inferred such a
thintr from Mr Lmsib-n's remmks it is
difficult to understand. Th cit certainly
has thu right to condemn the levees and
then purchase them, provided she can prove
that the possession of them is essential to
her welfare; hut just at pr-sent this is not
so much a question of right as of ability
with the city. The city treasury is empty
and the present owntrs "f tiie levi-es w'U d
certainly havo a ri jht to demand "'cash
down," wi'h which demand thn city could
not now comply. Under all the circum
stances, the b-st that can bo done now (and
The Bdixetis is satisfied it will he done)
is to strengthen the levees by mutual co
operationall interested unite in protecting
the city against any threatened danger
from the waters.
In another, column will bo found the
price list of Hu'bert Brothers, St. Louis,
dealers in music and musical instruments
of all kinds, and any person in need of
goods in that lim not do better than
correspond wi h that old and reliable lirui.
Mr. Jacob R th, of not Springs, is in the
city. Re an ived yesterday from the taut,
where he was for several weeks selecting
and purchasing a stock of spring and sum
Mr. J. A. Ooldsl'ni returned yesterday
from Now York in i other lurgo cities in
the oast, having bought a large stock of
goods in his lino of business. He left here
on tho 15th of February, so that ho missed
all tho excitement caused in this city by
high water. But ho was kept constantly
posted by telegrams and ordered all his
goods sent last Friday,
Messrs. L uis and Samuel Burger leave
here for New York and other eastern oitloa
to-day, the former for the purpose of select
ing a full line of dry goods, and the lat
ter, to buy a stock of clothing, tor tho es
tablishments of Mr. J. Burger and of J.
Burger & Bro., here. They will be gone
BbV.'rtil weeks, . ,
Mr. Herman Meyers returned yesterday
from assort business trip to CarbondaU.
Mr. Qoorgo W. Dunn is tho happy pa.
rent of a now, big. healthy boy since yester
day morning. He ia to be congratulated.
Padueah Enterprise: "The charming
and talented Miss Lou Chrisfman, after a
brief hut pleasant visit to tho family of
Capt. T. L. Lee, in this city, returned to
her homo in 'Cairo, yesterday morning.
Miss ChrisUnan won many firm friends
ami scores of admirers by her sociable,
modest and engaging mnnncrB, during her
stay in this city, who will regret her de
parture." Capt. W. P. Ilalliday is making himself
felt in Washington in the interest of Mis
sissippi river impr ivcmenr, as he always
does when any great work is to be done. One
good business man is worth a dozen poll
titionswhnn the real interests of tho people
are to ho advanced, and will do more in a
day than tlnlatter would in am- nth.
Rev. R. Y. George has returned from
EvMUsville, where ho went last week.
HIVE It NEWS.
Th't riverstill continti'H to fill hore, not
withstanding , tho numerous rains above.
There are 49 feet on the gauge here, a fall of
5 inches in the lusi 24 hours. The indications
are the the Nmhvilin risn will nor affect u
here stall and if any, not enoti.'h to be
n -tit eable. At ('haioiooga msed I inch.
At Cincinnati rai-cd 3 feet 8 inches. L mis
ville raised 0 inches. Nahvd!e raised only
It inches. St. Louis fell 1 inch. Pitts
burg fell 5 inches.
The Jno. A. Scuddcr passed up to St.
L mis from New Orleans-yesterday with a
light trip of freight but pood passenpor
trip. She follows the New Orleans out of
St. Louis Saturday night.
The City ot Greenville came up to St.
Louis last night with 278 bales of cotton
tor Cair. and log trip of Wnut lumber for
St. Luis. She also took 100 tons pig iron
for St. Louis. She comes Hit agaiu from
St. Louis for Vicksburg Sunday afternoon.
The Hickory passed up to St. Louis last
night with a big tiip of hickory timber
from the Tennessee river.
The City of Helena passed up to St.
Louis last night from Memphis with a good
up trip. She comes out again for Memphis
The Ste. Genevieve added 1,000 sacks of
grain here for Memphis, also lot of miscel
laneous freight for same place.
The Junius Morgan made a trip to Col
umbus lust night to take Mr. Carnnion
and other division superintendents down.
The R. J. Wheeler came out from St.
L mis last night on her way to Plum Point,
with a corps of engineers to inspect the
Mississippi river between St. Louis snd that
Cpt Wm. Patterson of the snag boat
DeRussy whs down from Mound City yes
terday, his boat has laid up at St. Louis ou
account of high water. '
Capt Geo. Vickons is to be Captain of
the New City of Cairo snd not tho City of
Vicksburg, ns the Argus had it last night.
Capt. Ritey is very well contented with his
Th City of Troviilenco was due out
from St. Lmis lust nigh' fir Vicksburg,
but had not arrived up to ( o'clock.
The tug towed II. It's wn-( king bo.it from
Wiekliffe where she litis been cleatlieg out
a channel for the translV-r bouts. She has
completed her labors.
lIKiINO ITS CLAIMS.
Washimiton, Maich 7. This was Mis
sissippi nver ilny before the huc commerce
committee. Upon invitation of tliiscmnuiit
tee Gov. E. '. St mard and II m. Michael
M Eutiis of St. Louis, Wm. F. I'holps of
Winona, Judge II F. Simrallof Vicksburg,
ex Congressman R ot of Little R ick, O. C.
Stui'tivant of Minneapolis and W. P. Hail i
dny of Cairo, who were selected by tho
mmittee of 21 of the St Louis conven
tion to present to the proper committees of
congress the memorial and report to the
p oceeil n ;s of that convention, were this
m rning to fulfil th-ir engagement and to
perform the duty assigned thvin. Rin-ly
haB a delegation appearing before a cm
greshinnal coimnitteu shown greater . fact
r.nd sound ju lgm mtthan did Gov. S an
ard's delegation to thy. I ho speeches were
brief und to the point, and by way of pro
face it ia, worthy of remark that all seven
gentlemen were clear and emphatic in in
forming the coinnurce committee that they
came here not to Urge tip m the committee
their own individual opinions and views
regarding tho merit of this, that or the
other plan of improving the Mississippi.
They came simply to express tho prevailing
sentiment of the intelligent portion of tho
peoplo of tho Mississippi valley, who are
practically united iu asking congress to
standby the Mississippi river commission
and to furnish the money to enable the
commission to go forward with the im
provement. OOV. STANATID
First addressed the committee and formal
ly laid before them copies of the memorial
and reports of tho proceedings of the St.
Louis convention. He said that he and his
colleagues wore not here to subserve any
iudivdiual interest, but for thoJenlargemoot
aud chcapcuing of transportation, not only
for the Mississippi valley, but for iho entire
country emeu the p-iHsage ol tho j (ty
bill, there had been on the river butter fat -
clllties for commerce and competition. Men
havo foolishly said that the jetties are a fail
ure, but, said G v. Stanard, wo wh are en
gaged in Ilia cpmmcrce of the river know
the Jetties aro not a failure. Since the con
struction of the jetties, it has been a fact
beyond all intelligent and reasonable dis
puto that the lines of steamboats and barges
have causod a groat reduction, of freight
oven on the railways.
Ho ca'led attention to the declaration
made by tho late president of the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad, who at a meeting of tho
railroad magnates had argued that it was
foolish for tho railroads to attempt to in
crease their rates, and cited the facts that
grain had been carried from St. Louii to
Liverpool, via New Orleans, nt-40 neiita per
hundred pounds, while it was costing 00
cents per hundred pounds to -curry it from
St. Louis to L'verpool, via Now York.
Mftssra. R iota, Srurtevint and Iltlliday
concurred in urging upon the committee
the policy of supporting a liberal amount
of money for continuing, as rapidly as was
prudent, the work already begun.
Tho briet extempore speeches of tho
rivrr delegation were listened to with
marked attention by the committee. Gov.
Stnurd and ids colleagues, by request,
will to morrow morning appear before the
house committee on levees pnd improve
ment of tho Mississippi.
Gibson's bill embodying recommend
lions nf the commission was referred to '
both the commerce and levee committee
nnd he will address both committees in sup
port of it.
The publishers of the Richmond. V-i
E iquirer heartily recommend Dr. Bull's
C' ligh S.srnp and sy: "It has been well
tried in our f fii re and composing room, and
has cun d our city editor ot a te-y bad case
Somo would-bo Byrons look on with drug
gist At tho rhymes of Ehctric Oil"p' t:n
But we hive the best article known to tl"
And intend that nil personsshall knnwir,
It cures coughs, colds, asthma and
Bronchitis and complaints of that kind ;
It does not cost much, though rheums
tis.n it cures.
Tis best Oil in the world you can find.
Josh Billing says: "Them ain't no pie
in n ora I liib'ry that has been ct more,
and thot more oft than applu pi, and no
medicin kan cure irWegesiun and biliouse
nos half so well as Sping Blossom. Price
f0 cents, trial bottle 10 cents.
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For all bodily ailments, arising fnm im
purity of blood, a torpid liver, irregularity
of th'' ImiwmIs, Indigestion, cons'ipation, or
disordered kidney, is warranted in a free
'lse of Burdock Bitters. Price $1.00.
In fiood spirits.
T. Walker, Cleveland. O, writes: 'Tor
th twelvemonths I havi- fufferd with
lumbago snd gpin-rd debility. I coru
menced diking Bir-lock Blood l$itter
aliont fx weeks ago, and now liuv gret
pleasure in stuting that I have recovered
my appe'it, niv complexion has frown
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DU. WOLFB'H COMMON SENSE.
LETTER NO IV.
F.FFKCT ' F CATARRH "N TH X. WrUNA AND
TONSILS -SYMPTOMS DK ClttlJV.n KRIOiR
F KAslIIoy.UlI.K TMXATMI-NT Ql'ACK
"VH'iKRY condemn kd c itar it it advanc-
1NO OS THRM'Nrj-t.
Kdio-r Hull t n:
When iiitl imation nf the lining tnm-lintl'-
of the cavities nf the nose beci no-s
chronic, th.-tractile power of the uvulva is
lost and the organ lengthens until it
touches the base; of the tongue. This oc
curs iu i-t frequently in persons of Ht-;pinic
or scorbutic Inbits; still the roost robust
c-mnot r.Uim exemption from this condition
if the disease has existed long enough to
exhaust the vital powers of . the ptrtn in
volved. When tho ")ilate"hns thus "fal
len," it rests on the base of the tongue and
snd creates nn almost constant desire to
clear tho throat of an offending presence.
Harsh scraping coughs, or chest efforts to
"clear away" obstructions in tho air pas
siges, become frequent and tiresome, to
obviate which the patient will close the
lips mid ni'iki) efforts to swallow something
that sticks in the throat.
Now, it is not hard to understand that
the cause of this elongated uvulva is tbe
preaenco of catarrh in tho back chnmbera
of the nose. Knowing this, how absurd it
is to cut it off with nny hope of removing
the cause of tho relaxation ! And yet this
is the practice we see J ally employed by
muny who sre ignor-i.it of any other treat
ment. Even upstart specialists practice
this cruel quackery, and cut off every
drooping uvulva they muot. In tbe light
of reason and common senso such mutula-
tion is criminal, and a reproach upon the
profession. There can bo nn excuse for
committing tbe barbarity, unless ignorance
or indifference to consequences are such.
After this is. done the inflamation in the
nasal chambers continues, and will extend
to the tonsils, the fauces, and finally the
lungs. We havo but destroyed the sentinel
that apprised ns of the presenco of on
Immudistoly behind and at tho bsso nf
(lie arch of tho palate the tonsils are located,
which in turn become inflamed and en
largod by tho drip of catarrhnl accretions
from tho posterior nares. Sometimes these
glands become so largo as almost to oh
ati-net the air from entering the atomnch.
1 When this in tho case the disease ia called
Quinsy, Diy thcrla, or Tousilitia. But by
whatever name it may be known, it ia tho
same old catarrh, Journeying from the
noso to the lung, and gathering now
strength in each new organ It inrades. If
we look into the throat now, we will seo
twored, fleshy balls, with rough and un.
even surfaces, protruding Into and par
tlnlly filling tho passage. At this stage of
catarrh there is always moro or less dis
turbance of tho'systom, aucb as chilli and
fever alternating, with headaclio, earache,
As tho tonsils havo become Inflamed and
enlarged by tho same cause that relaxed
the uvulva, it follows that the same
treatment whould be common to both;
und so it is, uamely, to cure the catarrh'
as the cause, when tho effects will cease.
But what is the fashionable' modo of treat,
ing enlarged nr indurated tonsils! Tre
cisely the same as for shortening the uvulva.
Cut them off, sy our professional Alex
andersl And if you do, you will inflict an
injury from which recovery will bo impos
Bible. By subduing the inflamation, the
tonsils will again contract to their natural
size, nnd become healthy. There is too
much ambition on the pirtof medical men
to attain notoriety jn this way By a
etrange infatuation, a falso estimate of
professional ability is attached to the usn
of the knife, uo matter what mischief it
may do, or iow unskilfully it may be em
ployed. I do not say one word suainst thn
practice of surgery when it is right and
proper to employ it; but when men, g!ar
ingly imfloiiipctent, seek notoriety by auch
work, it is time to guard the public afftinit
When tho tonsils prevent air from freely
entering the windpipe, they become power
ful allies in the development of consump
tion. Thus uvulitis and tonsilitia warn us
of the approach of the dread disease.
N. U. Wolfe, M. D.
140 Smi'h St.. Cincinnaii, O.
In referring to Dr. Uidie, and bis mode
of treatment, the Evening Record, of
Adrian, Mich., says: He it a phvaiclan of
large learning and twenty-five years of auc
cseful practice in Cincinnati, in the treat
meut of consumption, asthma, Bronchitis,
loss of voice, bleeding fn tn the lungs, and
kindred diseases of the respiratory or'ans.
Though he has beco continuously located in
Cincinnati. since 1857, he has prescribed
for, and curi thousands of sick people
living in all parts of the United States and
Canada, niaoy of whom had previously
been given up by friends and physicians as
incurable. Those who live at a distance
and wish to consult him, but can not visit
him in person, should first write for his cir
cular of prin'ed question!. By writing
answers to thse, uny one can Send as true a
statement of his condition as if he made
Man-port tn the doctor in person. From
Mrs circular statement the doctor can ac
curately diagnose the disease snd prepare
inhaling remedies for t9 removal. This
with th inhabrlii' send qniekly by .
prrss, with frtrrtinn for usintr them, toall
parts of the Ti'ed State and Canada I Us
address is 14G Smith street, Cincinnati, O.
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