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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
0.MRO Jll.imTQ MriTTOli A V lrnniTr.,,.
. -wa-u, iuuitirw, AUUUST 3, 1882.
Mayor-d. B. Thmtlewood, '
Trt-amirer T. J . Kurth.
CIitk Id iiiiih. J, Foley.
Counselor Win. li. Ullbert.
Marshal L. 11. Miiynri,
Attorney Vt llllam Heudrlck.
ttnAHU or iLimiMin.
Kirn Ward-Wm.Mc Hal", T. M . Kliiilirongh.
Minitnl Ward-Ji-rrx II iuklf, I'. Y Uuehe.
Third Wrd-B. K, lllnlie, John Wood.
K'nirtli Ward. Charles 0. Hitler, Adoipli Swo-
Kift ft Ward -T. W. lUlll.Ur. Krnett II. Fntttt.
('In nit .1 U'!u'i" -I). .l.llukrr.
( iri nil CITk A. II. Irvln
Con my Judtfu-K. .S Vik.uio.
Coii my t'lerii - H. J, tin mm
Comity Attorney J M. Daiurun.
' 'on my Trenaurvr Miles W. hufkur.
rtrit'rliT John HiMlwa. l .
(;if(inrr H. l'lur'f rala
Couul) Coinrnif it'.uiiiira T. W. Ualltday, J.
(illjlin llllll l'l!l:f PBIip. ,
C II LUC 11 KM.
"UIKO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Pop
J streets; pn-tcbliiK flrrtand third Sunday! lu
eao in 'mill, II a in. and 7:11 o. ra : prayer meet-
Ink' luurmlay, 7 :dup. in. ; nuuaay urnooi, :su a m
Itov. A. .1. UKaS, Pag tor.
MU'IU'U OF TUB KKOKKMKK -(Episcopal)
J Kourltc-iUh stret; Holiday 7:na m., Holy
fcm ti.insl; :9i I m , mmuay 8' tool ; l.oua.m.
Mornluu 1'rayurs; Ic.im p. m., K Teuton Prayers. P
P. Dnvtiiport, 8 T. 11. Hector.
I'lK.VT MISSIONAKV BAPTIST CHURCH-
1 I'm d'hli'L' al M:.V a. o... S p. in., and 7:80 p, m
hMi.ii it ttionl at 7:30 p. m Key. T. J. Shores,
II MIEkAN -Thirteenth street; sertlcts 8ab
j l''h 1 ::vi a m ; buuday school 2 p.m. Kev.
MKTIIODlH'r-Cnr. Eighth and Walnut streets,
Hr-chlii(f fcahhath 11 :U a. m. and 7 :30 p. m.
f.uudjv poiiool at .):ou p, m. Uiv. J. A. Scirrett,
Ah ' .
1K::.-HYTEKIAN -Klhth street; prsachtn on
hni-halh at 11 :'i a. ru. aud 7 :3i p. m ; prayr
nu'ii 'AV.IihkUv at 7:10 p.m.; Sunday Bchol
ST HcF.Til --Koman Catholic) Corner Croaa
a ..: A'&luut streeis; services Sabbath 10:Oa.
ji.; Mir.. lav School at p. ra.; Vespers 3pm.; aer
Hi.it .. iy uay at S a. m. Ho. U'Uvi, rrtest.
T. I'VlklCKS -(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
sirut and Washlnirton aveLUs; sarvlcos 8ab-
tm'.n b arid IV a. m. ; Vespers 3 p. m.; Sunday School
P ni. services every day at 8 a m. lie. Mitttersoli
K. Pa. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. R.
TiUlt.lt DIPiKT. TIUNS iRIUYI.
Mall ...... :I5 a. tn I tMail , 4:'4i.n
tAceo!D'daliiQ.ll:l'Ja.n KxiruM - 11:10a. ta
ttipruss 4;ip m I Aecirudajon . p.m
MISS CKNTKAL R. K. '
tMall 4:a.mtMall .. 5:nop.m
ItipreM lD:15a in tKiprcm Il::li.ig
hT L.4C. K. K. (Narrow Gauge )
Kipr- a m I 'Kiprxioi 4:Mp.m
A'com'dutlou. 1 : p.m I 'Acconi'datoln 13:05 p.m
ST. I. . IMA8.UK.
Bxprf tl "Viji.m I tKipronii 2:5i p m
lAccoin oation. cilip.m tAccom'datloa M:V a m
W ABASH, hT. LOUIS PACIFIC K'Y CO.
Mill ft K .... 4 vm 'Mail A Ex.... 9:l p m
llally except 8uudy. t Pally.
M0IIILF.4 OHIO R It;
Mail ,:ira. m. I Mail 8:Sip. m.
Kipmen ii:if) a. iu. I Expn-ei M p. ui.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO JR. R.
Exi,m and Mail lC.lro..v day except
Accommodation arrivee at i-- "
part at I :'J0 p. m.
Wiiluut St, near 1-th.
kv MKKTKRM, from .luly ". 12 weeks
FA I.L TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TUITION Volt TERM
.. M. l 1
Academic and Comiiu rcial
i r KN'liY FLOY I), Toachor.
QEOUGK II. LEACII, M. !
Phvician and Surgeon
Rnoclal attotitlon Pid to the lloaiovthlceat
m of iurulcal dLoMM. aud diie of trtm.n
"onice "on Hth -rot, oppo-lte the Po.t Ofltco,
. V. C. J0CKLYN,
R. K W. W1IITLOCK,
omo-Nu. m Commercial Avenne, bitwean
Kuhth and Ninth Street
PROPRIETOR OF BrROAT'8 PATENT
ICF UY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N,WELI
:CKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar JLoada a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
REGULAR CAIRO AND
HENRY E. TAYLOR M
Li';iv(n Puiltirali fur fuir,. .i.i,. .
jsd)aHa.m and Mound City at 1 p m. Rturu"
IllK. L avca Cairo at 4 p. m. Jfouud. City at 6p.m.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 'lBfl STATES
Ih. atil .h... II J ...
IBrJl",l" i nree tate will rami niar
iiufpiuibuu me louowing lime table :
.aria liath Liana
foot Fourth at. Mlaaoorl Land g. Kentucky Ld g
6:30 a. tn.
4:!jn p. m
iM p. m.
Foot Fourth at.
4 :W p. m.
On last trip leaving Kentucky landing at 4 :3n o'clock
f. in.. tt boat will go to Hird. Polut. making coa-
Kir. i t,i,V.. c m '' ,' Mt'R,!f "in t'T Cairo.
wUh t 'i V ? (sv nlCliro' Wl11 eon'ct
vtiln 1 . A hi. L. train k-avinir Cairo.
MUTUAL AID SOCIKTY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSl'R-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
OrKnnlzedJulvlith,1877,l'nilr the Laws o
the Slate of Illinois. Copvngntea juiy
, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
p.o.BCHUn -j rcBl,?,2!;l
T. KUDO.... '' m..iaa-p
. J. GORDON
. Medical Adviwor
H. LKKlHTON. I'. K T.1.1"
wniVlll) OF MANAOBKS:
willmm Htratton.of Htratton ft Bird, whoiiaaie
erocorii; Paul 0. Schub, wbolenale and retail iii uk
Slut; Haneu Lnlhtoii, commlaalou merchant; Jan.
I. RlcGah(7, lumber dealer; J. J. Uordon, pliyK-
Irian; J. A. tiommine, oi vm, uo, "-"
wholinalo and retail dry eoodK, etc; Wm.F. 1 in n
;r, Knral aRcnt. UenfyTJ. Kill, city printer and
book blniUr;CheileylUyno, Cooper; Jno. C,
Wblto, aaalatant aorretary ann wiiirnor. ini
Lewis, dealer ln flour and grain ; F. Urnan, prr-al.
dent Alexander County Hanlc ; Ci. W. Hondrlcka,
contractor and builder; Cvrua Clow, genera
agoutiTboraaa Lewis, aacroinry aim nvi.,7 v
i.,.. I Thmnx. iiroom manufacturer; W . K
aw; L.S.Tnomaa, iiroom """a ',
igeut li HI, L. N. O, rallaoad;MoHM Plilllipi.car
penter; H . A. Chumbley, eontraotpf, Cairo. Ilia..
W .1. Hnencer. c erirvman.Ht Lculi, Mo. t .1 ll.
rnnirncior mm ihiumvi , v. -
i..k,Tn. Virpiiitciitrk. MlDRlaalppI county, cnariea
ton, Mo.; ,J. U. Moore . lawvor, Uouimeree. Mo.
I) klngletarv, phvalrlan, Arlington, Ky. ; J. W.
i. . a atuinwh. man u acturvr of Mil
dlerv k"an.vlllo Ind ; Ike AS'JS0?
to aunerlntendeut C. St. L. M O. a
Bill i VDOii V o iwuwiwvhi r mrm
3riU.Tnn i ThomaaA.OalM)rn. harnom maker,
Bo lvar.Tcn.i Wm.L. Walker, "Dixie Aover
tilnj Aijencf A HolW Sprlairf, Mi
W. K Lamrihm, rlvnr odKor of i'iik Hulltih
and itcanhoat puiiengnr tt'int. Ordora for all
klutlit of dtoamboftt Job Printline eollcltod. Oflko
a Pliiiitera llotul, No. 61 Ohio luvoo.
NTAOCS OF TIIK 1UVKH.
Thu rivur iwukml by tho gaitiju I.ih even
inn at 4 o'clock at tlm port 20 fuut 1
'nchu and falling.
Aug. 2-C p. m. River 4 feet
Cincinnati A , r. n:..... ,
leet4ic.,gann; ' ' "
imi8vilk', An''. 2-C p. ui.-Hivtr 0
feet and rising
Nashville, Aiy. 2 -G p. m. River 3 fctt
0 inches and risin
St. riuirt, Aug. p. m. River 10 feet
H inchusaud rioin
Weather hot and bultry yesterday, Lusi
ness on the tvhart good.
The Fannie Tatutn is overdue fmm .St.
Louis. She h:is large engagements I.,r
wheat on the upper Mississippi which
has detained her.
TheCitv of iut..n n.,.,., r v
Orleans is due this morning f.,r St. Louis.
The Andy B,ub will be the next packet
from Cincinnati to Memphis leavJ here
Saturday evenin-, ,e T l
Saturday evening the 5th ins
Tho fine steamer Bell Memphis ar
rived last night from St, Louis and de
parted for Vicksburg early this morntng.
The Gilden Crown leaves Cincinnati
Saturday evening for New Orleans.
The City of New Orleans left St. Louis
last evening and will land here this eve
ning. She will receive freight here tor the
lower Missipppi and New Orleans.
Win. A. Davis, second mate of the Fan
nie Tatur,, was brutally murdered by a
negro deck hand ho had been working
on said boat and claimed that the mate
owed him 2.00 which tho mate refused to
pay, and upon refusing he struck the mate
two blows with a heavy boulder causing
bis death in a few hours. The negro is
now in jail and will remain there "until
called to auswer for the terrible crime be
fore the circuit court at St. Lotiw. re met
a gentleman who was an eye witness to
the wijoltf difficulty, an I he regards it as
Mississippi arrived yesterday atUau a.
m. and left for St. Louis at 1 p. ui. nc
was flying light but had a large passenger
The James W. Gaff arrived yestetday
mornine at 7 :30 trom Cincinnati ; she had
" . . . i I
a lartre freight trip and out icw nnsiiu-
a iart,o ni.i0.iL u i
The Ohio is again rising m i umuu.K,
T ,.;;iia an.l Kvansvi e.
The present rise is caused by the heavy
rains which have been general an me
way up the river. At Cincinnati Tuesday
i i.. .1 won auat-mnni'i
.mill Hit tcrril) UlllliCU cwavav
caused bv tho heavy flood in the Licking Hcn party i no place lor Drioery ano. c -r-causcuoyi
motion, and tricks and trade aud buying
river just opposite unciim-u.. .
pushed into the Ohio and tore steamers,
flats, and barges frem tlieir moorings,
sinkin" the steamer Champion No. 0. the
pleiaure boat May B., and several barges
and flats; also tho Vint Slunklo una a
hole knocked in her hull some thirty feet
in length, just abovo the water lino which
will cause her to lose ono trip tor repairs,
The damages occasioned by the flooding
of the Licking will amount to at leas
$50,000 to boats lying at Cincinnati.
The elegant freight and passenger steam
er Will Kyle will receive freight hero to
day tor New Orleaim and intermediate
pomta on tho Mississippi. Passengers do-
siring to go south by river can purchase
tickets of W.F.LambJin,' agent; No. 54
Capt. Wright, freight agent of tho big
O line, received a telegram from Capt.
Carter of tho U. P. Schenck nt Memphis
1 AUn m,-aii1.1 vi.inrf. hnrn tiwlnv Wit 1 IU8
boat for Cincinnati. Tho Schenck is mst-
class, runs well, and lives high. See
W, L. Lfitubdin agent for passenger nura.
ThnfVitvnf Ileletui from Memphis ar-
rived here at 4 ;30 ft. m. yesterday
departed lit S a. in. for St. Louis.
The John B.Miuule for Memphis is
this evening for St. Louis.
Tho Hudson, dipt. John Griffith master,
will report here this evening for Pnducah,
Slmwiicetown, nun Uuicmtown, Ivy,
Capt. Win. Harabloton ami Capt. D.ivis
of Mound City cams down yesterday in
buggy, ot course, two old mariners like
them, looked perfectly at homo behind a
Mrs. Wright, mother of Mr. John Wright
arrived per steamer J unes W. UalT. She
will remain hero but a day fir two then will
go to Memphis to visit other members of
CII1A0 MARKET JIEPORT
lORIiEfTEI) DAILY ItY CIIAS.
9:30 A. 31 Ausuita. !Hs2
$: ) i
li:S0 1'. M.
NEW YORK, AUUUST 2, 1SSJ.
Tnir nmlonr!.!,. l a
. " ' l,vo "rKul 'Q Ie-
"T m'm,'W ,ht " Mt-
""two, war measure, in timo of hpho,.
It is rerutrktblo that these organs never prv
. i'"i'Bst '""ther and far more ob
(Tl 1 11 l I, nn I 1 .
" 'ivk.-shvb Kint t w ar
taxation in tiim; of peace embodied in the
protective tntt. Why don't they declare
it "Uurepublican" to maintain a war tat
of fifty to one hundred per cent, on iron
and steel, window g!as, carpets, clothing,
etc.? Herein is seen the hypocrisy of the
Republican party, an a party committed to
the mtiHteiianoe (if war taxes in a time of
profound peace. The tariff taxitiim,
mcnr!,ly PPrtfa the people, thev
iM Qot r;iuce becaUM il bonflts a 8PeFill
r S l rCmV thtt tHX on
PrfUmery &ad ty abollsh heck
Btaiups an operation of benefit only
those who are well off.
From the Carlylo Constitution and Union :
"The vacancy in the office of appellate
clerk, caused by the death of Hon. John
O.. IIahman has brought out several gentle
men who aspire to fill his place. Proniineut
ly among tho number, Hon. R. A. I). Wil
banks of Mt. Vernon announces that ho
is a candidate for the position, subject to
me action of
Mb. Wilbanks was for several years clerk
of the supreme court, whioh nm i.
filled with efficiency. Lie is a thorough
Deancrat, nn I one of thoso kind that has
always been tound with tho party through
thick aud thiu and as our county will not
I'kely bringout anv candidal fur ,,n..i.
late clerk, our nmnle miVht nr dr,- i.f
terthan give him their support,
o -..j ' w-
If Republican affidavits and the follow
ing utterances of tho incaucious Republi
can press are to be believed, the "good old
party of 'bribers ttiiiTu'tilof rfiVk'L'fS"W'nt,
do nut scruple cho it evjn .e u'l oth ir,
mmMU .f fftC.
tional or party ends are to be attained :
R . D Q , Tribune; "Fifty
dollars each is a pretty fair bait to offer for
- 1 1 r, vw,, In In iti.nnnntiAn I all t if
i cuiwcu uiu ulo 1U wU.ul,
L - vld'nt Imv Perrv county's de ecatu.
When Alexander county politicians attemp
t0 parCuaso votes irom oiner counties tney
U inn d mana'-o iielorenami to una out
whether or not such votes are purchasable
and the nrice demanded, and then they
may not have occasion to feel disappointed
bv Utt retusal to sen out at any price.
Ami the U.MCorwa iicraiu: "iue iv-'uu
I . . . A I ! 1
. ... k thoruin nf Rny
ln whf in,luRt,B 5l, tH,ra, This much
wu ft,c lt our duty to say as a warning to
would-be candidates in the future, w e
Have no maiace or tre, . , udu
P ' ' . . p piess commyniiug on the
ai,vo says, "By George! the above taken to-
gether looks queer to tne eye. ntuiuoin i
fi-r that intermediate countii s were in tho
same row of stumps? We think William
son county has a tale to unfold, too, which
will not take away any of th interest that
.1 1 4.1. - 1. .x n
attaeclis to tno nomination m mo cimuipi-
Lord! Lord! what aro wo
nrnmKa Ffm STTRSiniES.
Tim l,iir1i fnrHTrnmmiimion aro comfort-
My Bituatej Rt Long Branch, their ouly
miBneg8 )0in2 tho hearing of a speech or
twon y from ftrd(!nt pntriota represent
:4a K..f r.Uni. wnnf thn nnnnln
taxed to pay them subsidies on their uusi
m.sg) or want tho tax increased so that their
I Bubsidy can bo increased. Thus far tho
commission havo hoard no plea for a
i ...... ,
reduction of taxation, not bo much as on
ono article. Among tho interests that
aomnnu a suDsiiiy re mo quiumu uinnuir,
numbering some flvo hoiiacs all told,
employing not to exceed flvo hundred
persons who demand an import duty on that
most valuable of all medicines of 15 or 20
per cent. There Is no article of tuodicino in
Luc general uso. Trobably ouo-tenth ot
ur fifty milliomt of inhabitants use, more
or iUB9 f eT(!ry year, tan
tn0 flv0 quinine makers with
thoir flvo hundred employes,
admitting that tho subsidy will bo divided
with tho latter, thnw any good reason why
five millions of people should bo tared for
thoir benefltt The duty was removed a
few years ago. It should not bo restored.
THE rniilSinWVT'a itraaiiir
. f rj iUUDllIUBjf
W asuinoton, Aug. l.The following is
mi text oi u10 president's messsoago
toniK tho river and harbor bill :
To thohouso of representatives-Having
watched with much interest tho progress
U1 UB0 ,J1" o. 5,242, entitled "An act
maKing appropriations for the construction,
repair and nri'iu.rvuiinn ..r . ... .
, . curimn worKS fin
rivers and harbors and other purposes," and
naving since it was received, carefully ex-
Biuineu lr, alter mature consideration I am
constrained to return it herewith to the
house of r,f,.r..sjntativiH, in whi:h it
originated, without my signature and with
my objections to its passage. Many an.
propriations in the bill are clearly for the
ceneral wptlfuro i . . . . .
......... ,v ,.U1J iii3i, uenenrient in
tneir character. Two t the objects for
which provision is undo were bv m.i mn.
siderod so important. I felt it m v dntv r
direct to them the attention of congress in
my annual message in December last. I
urged the vital importance of legislation
for the reclamation of mushes and for the
establishment of harbor lines alou the
ioioinaciront. Iq April last by special
messige I lecomended the aDt.ronriati,,.,
for the improvement of the Mississippi river.
It is not necessary that I say that when mv
signature would make the bill appropriating
for these and other valuablenational ol.j jets
law, it is with great reluctance and onlv
under a sense of duty that I withhold it.
MT rillSCIPAL OBJECTION
to tho bill jH that it contains appropriations
for purposes not for common good or general
welfare, and which do not promote
commerce among the states. These provis
ions, on the contrary, are entirely for the
oeueut ot particular localities in which it
is proposed to make improvements. I retard
such appropriations of public monev as be-
yond the power given by tho constitution
to congress and the president. I fe l ,
bound to withhold my signature from the
bill because of the peculiar evils which
manifestly result in this infraction of the
constitution. Appronriationinf th
to be devoted purely to local objects, tend
to increase in number and amounts. As
ritizuna vf ouu statu fin.l tliut .,,...... ...
raise which thev. in pitiniYiJiit tiiiii
whole country, are taxed, is to be expended
for Improvements in another state, they
demand similar beuefits for themselves,
and it is not unnatural they should seek to
ideinnify themselves for such out of the
public funds by securing appropriations for
similar improvements iu their own neigh
bmhood. Thus, as the bill becomes more
objectionable, it secures more support. This
re.nilt is invariable aud necessarily follow
propmthius nn nvci ulowa
ments hi ., h-i-Iit the influence to which I
havo alluded, increased year by year out of
proportion to the progress of the country,
great as that has been. In 1870 tho ag
gtegate appropriation was $3,975,900; in
1875, $0,643,617; in 1880, $8,976,500, and
in 1881, $U,451,300-whild by tho present
act there is appropriated !flS,743,875.
While feeling every disposition to leave to
tho legislature tho responsibility of deter
mining what amount should be appropriated
tor tho purpose of tho bill, so long as ap
propriations aro confined to tho objects in
dicated by tho grant of power, I cannot
escape the conclusion th it, as part of the
law making power of tho government, the
duty devolves upon mn to withhold my sig
nature from a bill containing appropriations
which iu my opinion greatly exceed in
amount the needs of tho country for the
present fiscal year. It being usago to
provido money for these purposes by annual
appropriation bills, tho president is in effect
directed to expend so largo an amount of
money within so brief a period that the
expenditure cannot bo mado economically
and advantageously. Extravagant ex
penditure of tho public money is an evil
not to be measured by the value of that
money to the. people, who are taxed for it,
They sustain great injury in.
TUB DEMOllALIZINO EFFECT
Produced upon those who are entrusted
with official duty through all tho ramifica
caiions of government.
. These objections could bo rumov ed and
every constitutional purpose readily ob
tained should enact that one
half only of the aggroate amount provided
for in the bill bo appropriated for expendi
ture during the fiscal year, and that the
sum to bo appropriated bo expended ouly
for such objects earned in the bill as the
secretary of war, under direction of the
president, shall determine -r provided, that
iu no case shall tho expenditure for any
one purpose exceed the sum now designated
by the bill for that purpose. I feel au
tliorizod to inako this suggestion because
of the duty imposed upon the president by
the constitution to recommend to the con
sideration of congress such measures as he
shall iudgo necessary and expedient, and
because it is mv earnest desire thai the pub
lic works which are in progress shall suffer
no injury. ICongress will also conveno in
four months when this whole subject will
be open lor tlieir consideration..
ISigned Chester A. Arthur.
Exkcctivb Mansion, Aug. 1, 1883.
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