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THE DAILY B1ILLETO
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Partner with means in wholesale fruit
and produce commission houso on South
Water street, Chicago, of long standing
Object to enlarge tho business, will
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Take notlco that on and after May 1st
interest will be taxed on all taxes not
paid by that date. Call and settle at once.
, Jonx LIOniES,
--I .. Sheriff and Collector. '
- April 18th, 1882.
, , Notice.
A meeting of the Grafton Fishing Club
and all persons who subscribed to the
First Lake fund, will be held at the Mys
tic Crew hall this evenmg at 8 o'clock p.
m. All persons interested are requested to
be in attendance. By order of
C. C. Mason, Sec'y.
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every known renwdy had been used in vain,
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Receipt books, Cairo date lino, perfora
ted itub, suiteu to any uusuum, iiio"v
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Office. ... - ''-.:
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Kotlreo la Ihma eoinmm, tan cants per Una,
iob tnitrtion. . uarKa
'--Window'sliades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. - : tf
TnE Bdllktis news-room will bo re
moved to its old quarters to-day.
For Sale a setting of white Leg
horn, and black Cochin cprgs, f 100. Ap
ply at this oflico.
Tho Steamer Alaska nrrivo l at Pana
ma, Sunday, with tho family and remajna
of Jlinister Hurlbut.
Tiie widow of Jesse James went to St.
Joseph Monday, nud secured from Murshal
Craig revolvers and guns valued at f)00
It is now announced that Frank James
has formed a b.tnd, and that the Ford
brothers and several other persons are
'All persons holding orders against tho
city for labor on levee are requested to
bring same to city clerk s office for pay
ment. D. J. Foley, city clerk.
A special meeting of the city coun
cil wi called for ' to morrow
night for tho purpose of counting
and declaring the vote of tho late city elec
tion. Scoville seems to be determined that
Ouitcau shall not escape the gallows. lie
has notified Corkhill that he will be ready
to argue the motion on the 15th of May,
although Ouitcau says Kjed is his only au
thorized attorney. ;
Tho sheriff of Johnson county, having
in charge Moses Beggs, who whs sentenced
to ten year9 in the penitentiary at Vienua
this week ior horse-stealing, arson and bur
glnry, passed through tho city last night
for Chester where ho will leavo his prisoner
Representatives of railroads leading
into New Orleans have telegraphed tho
Louisiana congressmen that they arc not
opposed to the plans of the Mississippi
rivr commission for improvement of, the
Mississippi river and to prevent destructive
The young temperance people's ball at
Reform hall last night was as nice a little
affair as ever was given. It was well at
tended by our most popular young people
who spent over half tho night most pleas
antly in dancing and talking. Mr. Ed.
Di-zonia's band furnished the music.
The Johnson county murderer, Copeu
haffer, who killed W. R. Hodges "of that
county, and who was confined in the
county jtiil here for somo months, during
which he mado several futile efforts to
break j til, was acquitted in tho circuit
court at Vienna Tuesday.
A report by some means became cir
culated that thero was in the old Pilot
house on Washington avenue, next to
Carl's stablo, a well developed case of
smalt pox. Investigation showed that there
was not only no small-pox in tho building
but neither was there any Bickncss of any
other kind. , ' .
The indWrtlual is known who picked
UJ iijc nniKfu i'i uii'ii'.j wok mot vvuuiiii
between (Jity Rational bank and riantcr s
House by ono of the gucflts of tho liouse.'
Tho package .contained somo seventy-five
or eighty dollars. , If returned a liberal To
ward will bo given and no questions asked,
it not troublo will be tho result. It
A largo sign is being placed on top of
the awning in front of tho boat 6toro of
Messrs. O. D. Williamson & Co. It will bo
a novelty in its way, in that it will show all
night, In illuminated figures, tho stage of
the river at Cairo and at Cincinnati, taken
at six o'clock every even in f. It is a do
vise of Mr. W. W. Wright's own invention
aud will bo a convenience to river men.
The new coined, according to Profes
sor Sharplqss, travels a degree a day in a
north north-cast course. It is approaching
the earth at the rate of a million miles a
day, but when it gets within eighty mil
lion miles of us it will turn and go down
into tho southern hemisphere, where it will
be at its brightest. It appears lo bo larcer
than tho comet of last summer, rind is not
in tho direction of tho phuets, but off in
space by Itself. ' '
One of tho Bulletin compositors was
in tho act of helping to lift a foini from
tho press Tuesday, but tho form proved
heavier than he thought. Ho lost his hold
and fell, and tho sharp corner of tho form
squarely struck his leg near the knee, cut
ting an irregular gush clear to tho bone.
no was assisted to Dr. Purker's office and
his wound dressed. Tho Bulletin's force
of compositors will bo reduced by ono for
several days to come.
" Parnell has left Paris for his prison In
Ireland. It is announced freni Dublin that
the American suspects were' again offered
liberty on "condition that they leave tho
cdMutry, but they refused it, and Minister
Lowell has demanded their trial or release.
Four IriHh offenders were turned out of
Naas jail. Tho land lengtio'i outlay In.s
been 120,000; and tho treasurer holds
450,000. Tho expenso of administering
tho land act is reported at i'UO.OOO, and
the commissioners havo mado reductions
in rents to the amount of 1)0,000.
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL
Sineo Monday, when . the chamber;
maid of a steamer was landed hero af.
iUttted with the small pox, no now cases
havo boon reported anywhere in the city.
It is probable that if tho cases now known
aro kept under strict quarantine no further
cases will occur except by introduction
from tho river or one of tho railroads
The authorities have the cases now known
under strict control and aro watching them
-Mayor Thistlewood an! dipt. W. P
Ilalliduy inspected the Mississippi levee
sipo-water outlets yesterday afternoon and
found them still doing good work. The
canal connecting the upper and lower
ponds was allowing a constant flow of a
stream about four feet wide by eight or ten
inches deep, and tho loveo gap was still
emitting a good sized stream, though less
rapidly, as the water Inside has gone down
considerably," Like Edwards" having been
reduced not less than five feet, and tho up
per pond about two feet.
Again, after an interval of moro than
two months, the festive whistlo ot' The
Bulletin steam engine is above water and
its voice is heard in the land welcome mu
sic to the cars of The Bulletin forco and
especially to those of the pressman, and of
the "devil." Tho storm is over; the waves
have receded, as it were; and fires aro once
more burning in the furnace where, for so
long "Lake Obeily" has held high carnival.
Through all its troubles and trials and
tribulations The Bulletin congratulates
itself that it has neither missed an issue
nor reduced the of its reading matter.
-Four or five sections of hoso belonging
to the Hibernian fire company burstcd at
the fire of Monday night, leaviug that com
pany with but a few sections of hose fit for
use. While tho pressure to which the hose
was subjected by the pumping .apparatus
of the transfer steamer McComb was great
er than that to which it is usually sut jeered,
it was not near as great as the hoso was
guaranteed to stand by tho rubber pom pany
which sold it to the city. It seems that if
the hose had been property tested when
bought it would have suecombed then, and
tho boys would hive been spared sore dis
appointment and the city, tho expense of
purchasing new hose so soon.
Tho real origin of the great fire of
Monday night remains a mistery. The
watchman knows only that after having
set the firej in the boiler room, and re
turue I thero after having attended to other
duties, the fire had enveloped the room and
was beyond his eontrol. He rushed to the
t'-Iephona end requested tho cen
tral office to give tho alarm down town,
which whs done. In the meantime the
flames spread to other parts of the estab
lishment, which wero filled with lumber
cut imo shape for fruit buskers and boxes,
all as dry as tinder,- which burned like oil
and spread with marvelous rapidity. What
contributed moro than any other ono thing
to the rapid spread of the fire, were proba
bly the shavings, which wero conveyed by
an endless chtin from tin great pUining
machine to the furnaces. It is probable
that the fire first reached from the brick
boiler room to the main building by means
of the shavings conveyor.
Under the head of "Cairo March 13,"
the Chicago Times of the 15th says:
"So far as known at the present writing the
fruit of this aud adjoining counties has es
caped the frost, and the prospect is there
fore god for a largo and early yield.
t-Strawberry picking should begin not later
tha,n the 23th. Wheat is heading out and
promises a fine crop. Business is improv
ing here. The water in tae low places of
the city is now fast leaving, and will soon
bo a thing of the pst. It is taking its
flight by five sewers through the Ohio levee
and by an opening made for its especial
benefit through the Mississippi levee close
to the junction of tho new with the old
levee. This opening is four feet wide at
tho bottom, and tho stream that passes
through it is eighteen inches deep. A sew
er will probably be placed in the opening
for future use, though it is held by some
that a recurrence of tho present difficulty
from sipo water will Imj obviated in tho fu
ture by the plan already published in the
Times, of digging a ditch across certain
sand ridges, and puddling tho same with
clay. Tho experiment will certainly be
tried this year." The correspondent gives
a tolerably correct statement, tho only er
ror being witli rcgnrd to tho dimensions
of the Mississippi levee gap, which was
nearly three times as wido as ho says.
NEWS NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Tho Arctic expedition, in search
Leigh Smiih, will start next month.
Jews, whose houses hnvo been wrecked,
arc flocking to Odessa in great numbers.
'Thero aro threats that the London cav
alry barracks' will bo blown up by Fen
isns. It is reported that Franco Jns been in
triguing for the appointment of a new
Another colliery explosion, resulting in
the loss of over twenty lives, is reported in
1 Joe Brown, a Texas murderer, was killed
by a deputy sheriff of Ellis county while
Indictments have been found at Charles
ton, H. C, against several parties for in
timidating U, 8. witneeses.
In tho star-route cases Tuesday nrgu.
merit was heard on tho motion of tin- du.
tunco for it bill of particulars.
AT TnE HALLIDAY.
Tho Mississippi Valley sanitary conven
tion, composed of delegatus from tho boards
of health and other sanitary organizations
of tho states of tho M'siissippi Vullny,
convened in one of tho parlors of Tho
lliilliday; in this city yesterday
afternoon. It is uot tho "National bourd
of health" as stated by Grandmother Argus(
but it is an organization composed mostly
of medical gentlemen, the object of which
is to uri'e upon tho national board of health
the necessity of national control of the
matter of preventing tho introduction into
this country of coutageous diseases, princi
pally yollow fever and small pox. Dr. John
II. Speed is president of the organization.
At yesterday's session tho states of
Illinois, Michignn, Tennessee, Kentucky,
Lmisauaand Iowa were represented as
Dr. Juo.n. Rauch, secretary Illinois board
of health, Chicago; II. B. Uakcr, Linsing.
Mich.jR. W. Mitchell, Memphis; L. ,F.
Silmou, New Orleans; O. B. Thornton,
Memphis; Grstavus Devrou M. D. New
Orleans; D. B. Hiliis, Kookuck; R.J.
Fnrquahanoo, DesMoines; II. A. Johnson,
Chicago; John II. Speed, Louisville.
The present session was held especially
for tho purpose of urging upon the national
board of health tho necessity of taking
immediate steps to prevent the further
spread of small-pox and the introduction
of tho Btill more dreadful, yellow ft-ver
which is now raging in foreign countries
with which coosUut communication by
steamship is kept up. The proceedings
of tho council were idiort but important,
embodying a series of resolutions which, if
carried out, will bo productive of much
good. The council was in session until
about eleven o'clock lust ni ulit and wilt
hold another short session early this morn
ing when it will disperse. The pnceed
ings will appear in to-morrow's Bulletin.
CALL FOR YOU It CASH.
Office ok United States Scteuvisixu
IssrccTOKOK Steim Vessels, St. Louis,
Mo., April 15, 1882. Notice is hereby
given to all licensed masters, mates, en
gineers and pilots of steam vessels Mrnt
they are entitled to a return of f 0 50 on
all $10 license issued since tho 5:li day of
April, 1832, and on all $ licences issued
during smo a return of ft 50. Pirties
can obtain amount duo them by calling at
office of Btcainbout inspector an I giving
receipt in duplicate for amount received.
Supervising Inspector Fourth District, 8t.
Foraons living at a distance can obtain
amount due them by informing the office
where to send receipts, in duplicate, for
their signature; said receipts must be re
turned to this office with instructions as to
where and how to forward amount due
them, all remittances at their risk. Pos
tage stamps not received iu psymeut for
RESOLUTIONS OF UE3PEOT.
At a meeting of the vestry of the Church
of the Redeemer, Cairo, Ills., held April
10th, A. D., 1883, the following preamble
and resolutions were unanimously adopted,
Whereas, Our brother in Christ and fel
low vestryman, John C. White, a faithful
worker in the cause of tho church, and a
member of the Vestry of the Parish from its
organization, hath, by divino will, been
taken from the Church Militant into tho
Church Expectant; therefore be it
Resolved, That wo desire to hereby tes
tify to his worth, and place on record our
sense of the loss sustained by his falling
asleep; that not only hath this vc try Inst a
valued member, but tho Parish a sound
churchman, and the comunity an honored,
dignified christian gentleman.
Resolved, That we tender to tho family,
our heart felt sympathy in their great s ir
row, and commend them to the protection
of the Divine Master.
Resolved, That these resolutions bo en
tered upon the records of tho Vestry, and
that a copy be sent tho family, .and also a
copy to the "Living Church" aud the Caiho
Bulletin for publication.
FiiAXK L, Oaliciiek, Clerk of tho Vestry.
Dr. Bryant and Mr. C B. S. Pennebakcr
visited Columbus, Sunday.
Mr. Spaulding, court short hand re
porter of Bloomington, Ills., was in tho
city yesterday on his way home, having
been to the little village of Summcrvillo to
tako depositions in an important law suit
pendiug in the court at Bloomington.
Mr. J. W. Hill, who has for a week or
two boon spending hia timo iu a visit to
Omaha and other western cities, returned
with his family, Tuesday morning.
' Young Lulu Koeh!er,who roturnedaday
or two ago from an extended tour of the
north and west, met, among other former
Cairoltcs, Mr. Moses Waldcr in Denver,
Colorado, wlwijias been, prosperous during
bis stay thero. In conversation Mr. Wal
dcr expressed his intention of coming to
Cairo soon and going into business. He
has sold bis property in Denver forsixteeu
thousand dollars and contemplates invest
ing his. money in Cairo property. Mr.
Wnlder is brother to tho lato Isaac Wal-
Messrs. Bowers & Darbeo, proprietors
now of Louis Herbert's European restau-
J. BUEGEE & BEO.
Will donato one hundred dollars to any charitablo Institution the mayor of Cairo may
designate provided it can bo truthfully stated.that we iu any instance ndvertiso goods
qualities and prices, that wo cannot show. It is a fact that at limes wo mention prices
for certain lines of goods that aro to ridiculously low as to teem impossible to the
public, and even to other dealers, and wo do not blamo them for their incredulity, be
iBg as they aro, unaware of tho advantages miuI facilities we liavo for obtaining at cer
tain times largo lots of tho m ist dosir iblo goodi at prices greatly under their realvalye
and hero nre tho
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FI118T Tim quantity of merchandise we buy totuipply ur uiimerctis stc res.
SECOND We have jimplo capital and are prepared to buy t-nf h di vn.
THIRD Wo aro stall times represented in eastern markets by a resident buyer
who is niways on tho lookout.
Now, it is by taking advuntnge of these opportunities that we do frni timo to time
name sut h apparently ridiculously low prices. Fr instance we are celling Middlesex .
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears the ticket with ful mime Middlesex Co. $10 00. Nono
genuine without ticket. A vury nice Cheviot Suit for $0.50, worth I5.00. A ,n ni.
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at 13 CO, worth 1 1
We want it distinctly understood that we make a am ill profit on everything we sell for
that principle by which a merchant can sell troods for less thnn rout, srd still keep store
has never yet lieen discovered. Come and sou our goods. You ill tot be importuned
to buy. - '
J. BTJEGER it BEO,
' At Palace Clothing House, '
lO 8 Commercial A vei nit?.
rant, was extensively patronized yesterday
by a large delegation of Kentuckians and
quite a number of steamboat boys.
Mr. Henry Ahler, the popular commer
cial representative of Messrs. Rcis Bros.'
l.rgo wholesale canned goods house, of
Cincinnati, is in the city taking orders in a
Judge R. S. Yocum "returned from a visit
to Grand Chain last uight. Mr. and Mrs.
Dtvid Porter, of that place, accompanied
him and stopped at tho Iltllidty until to
day, when they will leave tor Dillas, Tex
as, on a short visit.
WHICH 18 IT.
From, a statement in tho last issue of the
' IUilnmd Chronicle," giving the gross re
ceiptsof tho railroads in the state for dif
ferent weeks in th ) month of March, this
year, as compared with those of the same
weeks in the sarre month last year, the fol
lowing interesting facts concerning the
Cairo and St. Louis railrovl, so called, ap
pear: Gross receipts during the fourth
week in Mrcli 1881 $11,375
GnM receipts duiing the fourth
week of Manb 153? 7.722
Tho reason for this deficit is given in a
line, beginning with a star, at the bottom
of the table aud is: "Traffic cut off from
Cairo by Hto.it W.iTEn." How does this
statement, made, of course, upon the au
thority ot officers of the road, co.npare
with the howl which has been sent up by
the company ' officers here! The people of
Cairo and Alexander county hnvo been
told all along that the rond's "traffic is cut
off from Cairo by an injunction of the city
council of Cairo," and every effort hs
been made to convince the people of Cairo
that tiiet were the only lowers by the
Mud's interruption of traffic and thatTHEiii
ol'Kcil was entirely resoniblo for their
great losses. How are these two statu
ments to be reconciled? Evidently there
was not a proper understanding ll along the
line and hence it is that, in eff.-et, tho lie
has been passed between some of the
august officials of the Cairo and t. Louia
railroad company, so called. Tae above
brief statement shows that the railroad com
pany has lost over three thousand dollars
worth of business every week that its con
nection with C.iiro has been cutoff, and yet
the officers of tho company would induce
tho people of Cairo to believe that they are
the only beneficieries; that the company
sat'ght entrance to Cairo with ' the sole,
magnanimous purpose of contributing to
wards Cairo's prosperity, but at a great
sacrifice to itself, and that the people of
Caito should thereforo be willing to con
tribute liberally and readily and uncondi
tionally all that might be asked for.
It is understood flora good authority
that tho work of repairing tho road is
being now pushed with much vigor and
that tho road will again run into the city
regularly on its present track by the rlrst
of next week.
John H. Speed, M. I)., president ot the
Mississippi Valley sanitary council, now In
session at The Hallidsy, will deliver a
lecture on "The necessity of National
control of small pox and yellow fever," at
the opera house, at 9:30 o'clock this morn
ing. Admission free. Everybody i In
vited and should attend, as the lecture will
be interesting and valuable.
THE LEVEE SYSTEM.
Washington, April 18. It was announc
cd about a week ago that President Arthur
was considering tho question of sending
to con irress a special message p;iirlng out
the national importance of tho improve
ment of tho Mississippi, not only as a
means of facilitating commerce, bu as In
cidental means of preventing disastrous
and destructive overflows. Tho message
was laid before the senate to day. The
friends of the-Mississippi, irrespective of
0.00. We do not sell goods tor lew tl.n r,.
party, rrgard it as a strong and well timed
document, ami they have no doubt that it
will hnvo soino effort on congress and will
weaken the opposition of eastern republi
cans to liberal appropriations for the im
provement of the river. Thero is some di
versity of opinion, however, even among
senators and ' representatives from tho Mis
sissippi valley, regarding the wisdom of
the president's apparent upport of the
pnject of building levees. It is quite ap
parent that congress will not at this session
go any further than tho authorizing of the
closing of the existing gaps in the levee,
but some parts ot the president's messago
will undoubtedly encourage those who fa
vor tho building of levees. An exciting
controversy over the su'j'Ct ia inevit
able. Sins of the Father Visited ou the (liild
drell. Physic-inns say tht aciofulons taint can
not be vndicated; we deny it "in toto."
It' yu go through a thorough course of
Burilot k Bood DiMi-rf, yi ur blood will
get ia urojs you cimi wish. Price 1.00,
trial s:zj 10 cents.
Pai l G. r-'curn, Agent.
Tie Kight Sort of (Jeucnil. .
Jacob Smith, Clinton Street, Bnffd , says
he has u."d Spring Blossom in his family
as general medicine for cases of indigi-s-lion,
bil UMiost, bowel and kidney com
pUints, and diaonlrrs arising from impur
ities of llii' blood; he s')etiks highly of its
efllc try. Price 50 cents, trial bottles 1')
P. G. Fciicil, Ag-int.
A Heavy Swell.
Jacob H. Illo m.T, or Virgille. N. Y.,
writes: "Your Thma Kcb-ctiin Oil
cured a badly swelled nerk and oore throat
on my son in forty ri'lit hours; ono appli
cation also reinovi-d the piin from a very
ore toe; my wilV's foot was also mnch in
fhtnitd s nnu-li that she could not
walk about the b"Uc; rhe applied the Oil,
and in twenty four hours was entirely
P. G Pen i n, Agent.
I TUT. '
V.'m eletlt lij a mnjorilr of tn tlinninnd vole
to be tin- flutt be. cltr In the market.
PROPRIETOR OF SrROAT'S PATENT
Wholosale1 Dealer in Ico.
ICE BY TIIE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
rr;KED FOR 8HIPPINO.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,