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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLET
iirrinn ir i nn I MITTTf PTTV TiTITTflMIT Tr i vi- I """""""" I I '
(jt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
conitftntl) on hand
At 8eventy-flvewoents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimming" are eoarae (havlngi and mike
the boat Dimmer wood foreooklnr;parpoMM wall
a the cheapest ever aold In Cairo, For black
unilth' use lnaetttng tlrua, they era unequalled
Lcare yuor ordure el the Tenia tueet wood yard
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE afcsEifl STATES.
On r.nd after Monday, June 7th. tod until farther
notice Ut fort ybot will make trip, m followa:
"ATM LIATII LIAT1,
Foot Fourth it. Mlaeourl Lend'. Kentucky Ld .
8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9 a. m.
10:00 a.m. 10:SOa. . 11a.m.
2:00p.m. 2:S0p. m. 3 p.m.
(:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 6;00p. m.
2 p.m. 11:80 p.m. I p.m
A New and Complete lintel, fronting on Levee
, .Second slid Kullroad Streeta,
Tb FaMonfjer D'-pot of tho Chl'-ano, Ht. Leula
an'' Aon Orleinu: Illluoi Ccatral; Wabaah, Ht.
Louie and Pad tic; Iron Mountain and Nimthern;
Mobile and Ohio; Cairn and St. Louie Kullwaye
are all Juxt arroee the etreet: while the Hteamboat
Landing it lint one aquare distant,
Thle Untei li heated by ati-am, hai steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Rloctrlc Call Bella.
Auuimatlc Fire-Alarme, Hatha, absolutely pure air,
purled eewerae and complete appointment.
Hnperb furnisalntja; perfect service; and an un
Xj. P. PAUKIOH & CO.JeBSPM
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. BROSS, PrcaMout. I P. 'NKKF, VlcoProa'nt
II. WELLS, Cashier. T. J, Kcrth, Aag't cash
F. Bropa m Ca'ro I William Klute. .Cairo
I'ntnNoir " I WllUam Wolf..., "
C. M . Octerlolt ICO. 1'atler
.A. Budir " I II. Well
J. Y. Clumaon, Caledonia.
A UENBKAti BANKING LU8INBH8 DONE.
Exchange aold andbouuht. Intorort paid lu
thoHaviiiRa Department. Oolloettona mado and
all bnalnuaK promptly attended to,
VAMBTY 8TOKK. "
If EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
I TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O, O. PAT1ER '& CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth a treut ) fairA Til
CommBfclalATwaai' MlUUt All
Of Cairo. lllinoiH.
71 CUIO LBVKB.
A General Banking: uuriiiuHs
TIIOS. XV. IIALLIDAY,
JNTKIU'RISB SAVINU HANK,
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
TIIOS. W. IIALLIDAY,
BTOVJJa AMD TINWAKB.
ALL SORTS, SIZES A'D STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONR TO 0KDER
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. . . Illinois
KILL AND C0MMIH8I0N.
FL0UE, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hlirhest Cash Prlee Paid for Wheat.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
WTiolesalo Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N.WELI
IOKED TOR SniPPINQ.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
THE A. C. SAFF0RD.
Daily packet between Cairo and Mound City Cap
tain Andle Owen.
Leatea Cairo 7: A.M.
" Mound City ::!" "
" Cairo m l'J Noon
" Mound City 1:S0 P. M.
Cairo 4:30 "
" Mound City 0 " "
Btateof Illlnola, I ..Circuit, court of Aloxan
County of Alexander 1 dr county,
Doconiher Hneclal Term, A. D, ls-1.
Jaiuea U. Malcaliey.
Ambroao Elklna, Dolltha Elkms and George
Bill in Chancory to Korecloae MorteaRo.
Public notice ie heruby nlvun, that, In puraiianco
of a decree made and entered by euid court In
the above entitled cauao, on the 8tn day of Docora
bor, A. D. 1SH1, I Alexander II. Irvln, maator in
chancery of the euld circuit court will,
on Tucixlay, the mcond day of May lKi"J, at the
hour nf 11 0 olock In the forenoon, at the south
weatorly door of the court bonne, in thu city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and Htato of Illfnoa,
(ell at public auction, to thu hlRheat bidder, for
eaah, all and lingular, thu following dimcrlhed
premlaea and real valato in aald decree muntloued,
a Itnuto in the comity of . Aloxander and atato of
Illlnola, or 10 much thoroaf aa eh all be Biifllc.lont to
aatUfy auid decree, to-wit: Part of the aoulh
balfof the orthweat quarter of auction Ft re (fi) la
township Hlxteon (10) aouth, and In range Two (U)
wuatof of tho third principle meridian contnlulng
forty-five and fifty, ouo hundred tU acroi, more or
Matter In Chancery of tho Circuit Court of Alex
DayibT.Limiuab, CompliUsoat'i Solicitor.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY
Busiucba on tho lcves rather dull yAter
day. Weather mild yesterday with occasional
The Sara Wood, a laro towboat, ia duo
to-morrow evening for New Orleans.
The Qua Fowler, with her usual good,
landed last evening with a good trip of
passengers, and departed likewise.
The Morgan Rattler for New Orleans to
night or early to-morrow morning. Capt.
Stein, maBter; Frank Ellieson, clerk.
Tho rapid high-headed Pittsburgh; for
St. Louia, will report early this mornintr.
She has a fine trip.
Harry Oazley, second clerk of tho Gaff
has tfouo home to Cincinnati, to tako a posi
tion in tho threo C's and I. R. R. office.
Tho Cons. Millar, for Memphis, is duo to
morrow morning from Cincinnati. C. B.
Russell has command, and James Yoris,
The wreck of the sunken Parker busted
up, and Iliram Hill is with her securing the
freight, which was still left with tho boat
when she sunk.
The elegant steamer City of New Or
leans arrived early yesterday morning from
St. Louis. She received considerable freight
here, and left with all she could carry for
The afternoon of yesterday turnod out
to be mild and bright.
The Ohio falling all the way from Pitts
burg to Cairo, and tho Mississippi on the
The City of Helena is due this evening
for Memphis, Calvert, master.
The Belle Memphis for St. Louis is due
The towboat Harry Brown will go up
the Ohio this morning to meet the Alice
Brown. She will deliver a lot of empties
to the Alice, and receive the Alice's tow
of coal tor different points on the lower
Capt W. H. Rust, Agent for R. L. Akin
Si Co's wonderful remedies was in the city
yesterday on his way to St. Louis, Capt
Rust hae traveled in a skiff from Evans-
vill to New Orleans also on the Cumber
land and Tennessee rivers, propelling bis
own transport for tho sake of humaaity as
well as sustaining himself, and has met
with great success notwithstanding bis
hardships, he would be pronounced by the
medical inspectors good for another half
The Gold Dust, Irom St. Louia was due
last night. She will, on her arrival, likely
receive considerable freight for tho lower
Mississippi, as far down as Vicksburg.
The Fannie Tatum for Paducah passed
up early this morning. The Tatum, is do
ing a good business which can bo account
ed for, when such a commander as Capt
J. li. tjonway nas cuargu. me latum is
not the finest boat on the western waters,
but for comfort, good living and clever
officers she is hard to beat.
LIST OF LETTEUS UEMAININO UNCALLED
FOll IV TUB rOSTOKFICE AT CAIKO, ILL.,
8ATU11DAY, APRIL Vi!, 1883.
Alexander, Jane Blcekman, Clara E
Malone, L D
Clark, L C
Snett, Clara, (col)
Bedford, J II
Brick mann, II D F
Collet, James II
Foster, David J
Hicks, J K
Hall, Geo W
Murphy, W R
Powell, W C & Co
Reno, W II .
Scovillc, Q W
Clark, K II
Downing, J M
Hern, G T
Jackson, T A
Lovo, Geo H
Park, J E
Venus, C M
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
ubo. W. McttSAto, Postmaster,
MORNING, APRIL 22,
Somebody has Jtolon the Bible used in
the senate chamber in swearing in tho mem
uers. hvcry senator elected during the
past 53 years had kissed it.
A note from a St. Louis official of the
narrow gauge road to Mr. Wood Ritten
house, member of tho citizens committee
of five, states that Col. Hamilton is out of
the city, but that a reply to the commit
tee's last proposition will be made when he
By an apportionment bill introduced
in the Illinois Beuate on Wednesday this
district was made to comprise the following
comities: "Twentieth district Randolph,
Perry, Jackson, Williamson, Union, John
son, Pope, Pulaski, Massac, Alexandor;
population 163,720; republican majority
1,841 ; greenback vote Jor Weaver in 1830,
Those who did not hear the addruss of
Dr. J. J. Speed, president of tho Sanitary
Council of the Mississippi Vulley, especial
ly members of tho local board of health,
should read it through carefully, as it gives
valuable suggestions for the sanitary gov
eminent of communities which all citizens
would do well to profit by and help to carry
County court adjourned Thursday
evening with the case of C. R. Clark vs.
the estate of Wm Self still pending, and
did not convene again yesterday because of
the enforced absence of some of tho at
torneys. Judge Yocum also had impor
tant business to attend to in Pulaski county
and went there. Court will probably be
reconvened here and the case named taken
up again the first of nest week.
Several days ago a man representing
himself to bo Phil Athey, late sheriff of
Memphis Tennessee., and present chief of
the dotective force of that city, introduced
himself to Mr. Geo. E. Olmstead and saught
to inveigle him into a game of cards. But
Mr. Olmstead's long connection with the
police force and courts of this city enabled
him to tjuess the man's purpose and gave
him to understand thai he had mistaken
According to yesterday afternoon'
weather report tho thermometer stood ul
an average of sixty-six and a half degrees
at twenty points m the northwest, which
was a rise 01 one ana a tiall acrrecs over
that of tho previous report. Rain was re
porters follows: Cairo, 5-100; North
1'latte, 3-100: Fittsburg and Yunktou, too
small to measure.
At the council meeting last night the
vote of the late municipal election was
canvassed, and but few unimportant changes
from tho count, as previously published,
were made. Messrs. T. W.IIallidav, Jesse
Hinkle.B. F. Blake and Wm. McIIale wero
sworn in as the new councilmcn. It was
ordered that bids be receivod for tho city
printing for and removing garbage during
certain months in the next fiscal year.
A fall of one foot marked the river at
this point during tho twenty-four hours
ending at one o'clock yesterday afternoon,
at which hour it stood at thirty-one feet
nine and a half inches 'on tho gnua. At
points above the rivers fell aa follows dur
ing tho same period of time : Chattanooga,
three inches; Cincinnati, eleven inches;
Nashville, eleven inches; St. Louis, seven
A dispatch from Charleston, Mo.,'uuder
datoofthc 20th, says: "Sheriff Ogilvie
to-day arrested at this placo Dunk Wlieally,
a fugitive from Camden, Tenn,, charged
with murder. Ho was lodged in jail and
will be held for tho proper authorities.
Justice Randolph and Constable Cochenm
also arrested one Henry Kilgore to-day,
who is an acknowledged fugitive and has
been passing utider an assuuied name hero.
Justico W.W.Randolph informs your cor
respondent that ho has information to the
effect that Kilgoro murdered an officer in
Henderson county, III. Ho will be held
for definite information.
Rumors of new cases of small-pox in
different parts of the city continue to reach
tho cars of Mayor Thistlowood fcnd Marshal
Myers and tho latter is kept tolorably busy
running them down. Many of them prove
falso and oil of thoin provo to havo boon
very much overdrawn. Yesterday a very
mild caso of varioloid was discovered in
tho family of Mr. Thomas Moehau on
wenty-first street, the victim being a little
child. Tho day beforo a caso ot a serious
character was reportod to havo mado its
appearonco among the employes of tho
Singer company, but up to yostcrday tho
attonding physician was unablo to stato
postively that his pationt was ailliotod with
LITERARY NEWS ITEM.
Horatio Alger, Jr., has just written a now
work entitled, "From a Farm Boy to Sen
ator," being a boy's life of the great Amer
ica statesman and orator, Dauiol Webster.
At this la the contonnial birth of Webster,
it is most timely. It contains 810 pages
and Is sold for 9UI. J. 8. Ogilvie A Co.
ar tho publishers, Ot Jtose Street, Now
.. ::K '.V-;' v ; (''",' ' ,
r . a . . .
i-asi evoumc: shortly after five o'clock
Mrs. Ziramormaun, tho aged mother-in-law
(it Mr. Leo. kloblylied at the latter's homo
on oixin street, between tho avenues. She
had been ill but a short timo and, it was
thought, not seriously. Slio was seventy
eight years of ago;of hor funeral, which will
probably tako place to morrow, rurthor
notice will be givon. Mr. Klcbb and
family will havo the sympathy of their
many inends in their bereavement.
Mrs. Burnett hasgono to Dixon Springs
for a few days.
Mtjor Dudly, general superintendent of
tho Iron Mountain railroad, was ih the city
Thursday, having made an inspection trip
over the road.
Col. Reeves, general manager of tho
Mobile and Ohio railroad, also the chief
ongineer, were in tho city yesterday.
Mr. Frank O'Hara has gone north for
business and pleasure.
Mr. C. R. Woodward and son wore in
Mr. T. Dubois of Texas brother 0
Madame Floyd is making a short visit here
and is the guest of Prof, and Madame
Miss Katie Howard, formerly cashier for
the firm of N. B. Thistlewood & Bro. has
now accepted tho position of book-keeper.
JOINT COMMITTEE MEETING.
After tho council mocting last night tho
citizens', committoo of eight, and the coun
cil street committee, held a meeting in the
council chamber for the purpose of con
sidering tho raising and strengthening
of tho levees surrounding the city, and of
the permanent expulsion of the tho the
"transformation" water from tho city.
Tho following is the secretary's report:
C'Amo, III., April 21st, 1882.
Meeting of stroet committee .and tax
payers committee at t the city council
On motion of Mr. Wood, His Honor, tho
rauyor was elected chairman.
B. F. Blako elected secretary.
Moved by Mr. Wood that the grade of cross
levee bo 55 teet. Ohio levee to Fourteenth
stroet 53 feet, Lovee atreet from Fourteenth
. to Mississippi levee from the point arid
including now levoo 54 feet; to bo not less
than 20 feet on top wiih a slopo of ono to
five feet outside and oue to threo inside
Alter considerable discussion meeting
adjourned. . B.F.Blakb.
A very interesting discussion was had
over the sipo water problem, in which
nearly all members 6f tho committee and
several other gentlemen took part. Pud
dling, pumping and filling wero each sug
gested in turn and firmed the subjects of
remarks; but it was pluinly visible that
tho first namod was "on top" at thoond of
the discussion, It was resolved to drop tho
matter until the next meeting of the com
mittees, which will bo held sometimc next
THE RIGHT AND THE WRONO.i-
The publication of tho following ordi
nances, prescribing tho duties of persons
having first knowledge of tho appearonco
of a ca.se of small-pox or other infectious
diseases in tho city, and fixing a henvy
penalty for a failure to do so, is not out of
timo now that tTio small-pox lias again
revived in this and other states aud cases
aro liable to bo brought into tho city bo
every stcambonm and railroad train:
Section 8, chapter X of tho revised ordi
nances says: -'It shall bo tho duty of tho
proprietor or occupant of of any houso in
which tho small-pox or any other infectious
diseases may make its appearance, immedi
ately to give notico to tho mayor or tho
city marshal, or in case of the absence of
these officers, to any police constablo of tho
same. Aud upon a failure to do so, ho
shall bo liable to a lino of not less than
tweuty-fivo dollars nor more than one hun
Section 0: "Any practicing physician
who shall have any patient within tho city
of Cairo, laboring uuder any contagious,
infectious or pestilential dis
ease, lull forthwith make re
port thereof to tho mayor or city
marshal describing tho locality of tho pa
tient, so that hour she may be easily found.
And upon a failure so to do, Bald physician
shall bo liublo to a fine notexcoeding twen
But as it is an offense punishable by a
KMtvy fino to not report a caso of conta
gious disease, so it is au almost an equally
grave offunso to create an alarm by falsely
roportiug that such cases exist iu any part
of tho city. As aa illustration of this the
case of an old nogro woman who was triod
in Magistrate Coming's court yesterday
may be cited. Hor namo is Anna Fisher;
sho is, aa old woman living
soruowhoro up stairs la the pilot houso, on
Washington avenue; for days sho has follow
ed the practice of standing la front of the
houso and teillng nearly rll passers-by that
a caso of virulent small-pox had appear)
T ';;'":"-:,;:,,'' ;Vl! ::V-v..v-'V (
up stairs in the building, and that no
notico had been taken thoreof by tho city
authorities, although it had been known to
exist for several dayg. An investigation
was made and hor story was proven falso,
yet she persisted in her efforts to alarm the
neigborhood and the public. "Ycstorday
Chief Myers went through tho house, satis
fied himself that tho old woman's story was
untruo, and then arrested Old Ann for dis
turbing tho public peace. In Magistral
Coming's court sho pleaded guilty, but
gavo as an excuse that she did it "only for
fun." The "fun" cost her five dollars and
costs for the first offense.
Receipt books, Cairo date Lne, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid for salo at the Cairo Bulletin
Tho Right Sort of General.
Jacob Smith, Clinton Street, Buffalo, says
he has used Spring Blossom in his family
as a general medicmo for cases of indies.
tion, bilousnoss. bowel and kidnnv mm.
plaints, and disordors arising from impur
ities of the blood: ho sneaks hhrhlv of ir
efficacy. Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10
P. G. Sciiuu, Agent.
A Heavy Swell.
Jacob II. Bloomer, of Vircille. N. Y..
writes: . "Your Thomas' Eclectric Oil
cured a badly swelled neck and sore throat
on my son in forty-eiyht hours; ono appli
cation also removed the pain from a very
sore toe; my wife's foot was also much in-
turned so much so . that she could not
walk about the house; she applied the Oil,
buu m iweniy-iour nours was entirely
P. G. Scncn, Agent.
Use Tua Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, mado of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at tho office. No. 3 and
S. five and ten cents each by the single ono,
by the dozen or by tho hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
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FOtt WEAK LUNGS AND CONSUMPTION.
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repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are tho best evidence of its real
morits. Letters aud testimonals from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, aae in
possession of tho proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince tho most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having &
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are alllicted or pining
sway with pulmonary weakness of tho re
lief to be secured by tho use of Tolu. Rock
and Rye. Chicago Times.
Sins of the Father Visited on the Child"
Physicians say that scrofulous taint can
not be eradicated; wo deny it "in toto."
If you go through a thorough course of
Burdock Blood Bitters, your blood will
get as puro as you can wish. Price $1.00,
trial sizo 10 cents.
Paul G. Scuca, Agent.
Balm ia Gilc&d.
There is a balm in Gilead to heal each gap
ing wound ;
In Thomas' Eclectric Oil, the remedy U
For internal and for outward use. vou
freely may apply it:
For all pain and indamation, you should
not fail to try it.
It only costs a trifio, 'tis worth its weight
And by every dealer in the land this reme
dy is sold.
P. G. Saiurr, Agent.
Kidney Complaints '
of all description aru relieved at once, and
speodily cured by Kidney Wort. It soems
intended py nature for the cure of all dis
eases of the kidneys caused by weakness
and debility. Its great tonic powers are
especially directed to tho removal of this
class of diseases. We know of persons that
have suffered for thirty years that have beta
permanently cured by taking Klkncy Wort "
a short time. Try it, either liquid or dry,
Fhom uumerous cases of Dypthoria and
Consumption cured by tho uso of Fellow's
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every known remudy had been usod in vain,
its efficacy in restoriug the functions of Di- .
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Mrs. Ira Mulholland, Albany, N. Y.,
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from oft-recurring bilious hoadache, con
stipation, dyspepsia, and complaints pecu
liar to my sex, Since using your Bur-, ,
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Paul G. Schuu, Agent.
Never too Late to Mend.
Tlios. J. Arden, William Struct, East
Buffalo, writes: "Your Spring Blossom
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appetite; used to sleep badly and gut up In
the morning unrcfroahed; my breath was
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all these symptoms have vanished, and I '
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