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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1882.
Mayor N.B.Thlstlewood. "
Treasurer T. J, Kerth.
(.'lurkDennis. J, Foley.
Counselor Win. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. 11. Meyer.,
Attorney William Hendricks.
kuABU or ALDIIUIIM
First Ward Wm.McHale.T. M. Rlmbrouga.
Second Ward-Jese Uinkle, C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-B. F, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cbarlea 0. Patter, Adolph 8wo
boda. Klfth Ward-T. W. HallldaY, Ernest B. PtM.
Circuit Judge I). J. linker.
Circuit Clark A. H. Irvln.
County Judge K. 8 Yocum.
Couuty Clerk-S. J. Huinm.
County Attorney-J. M. Dainron.
County Treaeurer-V ilea W. Parker.
County Comratneloners-T. W. HalUday, J. A.
Olbbs and Peter Haup.
CAIRO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
streets; preaching nmt aud third Sunday. In
oacomouth.lla m. and 7:li p. m: prayer nieet
1.K Thr.4jr.7:P. Sunday cWl.jMj.m
OUCKCU OF THE KBDKKMKR-Bplseopa')
j Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00 a m.. Uoly
Kui-barUt; a. m Sunday school; 1:00 a.m.,
Morning Prever.; p. m., Evening Prayer., F.
J'. Duvcuport, 8. T. B. Hector.
t'JUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CBCKCa -V
Ilea. Ling at 10:3(i a. n... i p. m.. and t: p. .
. nbr a-.U .cbool at 7:10 p. m Kev, T. J. Shores,
It j HKKAN-Tnlrteeutn ttreet; services Bab
j hvl 1:80 a. m. ; Sunday school p.m. Ke.
oi n;,, j aft Jr.
METHOD I ST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets,
Preaching Sabbath 11 :00 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m.
tnnday bcuool at 4:00 p. m. Kev. J. A. Scerratt,
IJUIiSBYTEKI AN -Eighth .treat; preaching on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
nesting Wednesday, at 7:8') p.m.; Sunday 8chol
at a p. m. Kev B. V. Oeor, pastor.
ST JOSEPH 8--Boinan Catholic) Corner Cro..
and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:80a.
a.; Sunday School at a p. m.; Vespers 8p m.jssr
ntf every day at 8 a. m. Kev. O'llara. Prie.t.
ST. PATKICK'B Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Washington aTenn.; eerytces Bab
nath B and 10 a. m. ; Vsspers I p.m. J Saiday School
i p. m. services every day at s a. m. Ret. MMWrwn
R. II. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
mmMruiT, , v'
Mall ...8:0J a.m tMall 4:05 .
tAccoro dation.ll:1oa.m KireM-...ll:10a.ra
lExpreM 8:50 p.m I Acccnsatloa..i:iap.m
C. 8t. I. A N. 0. R. B. (Jackson RouuV -
tMall .. 4:.mMMall '.. 4anp.ni
rEipre.s 10:) a m tKxprees 10:30 a m
ST. L. C K. R. (Narrow Gauge.)'
Expre 8:1 a.m I 'Bxprers 4:M P-m
Accom'datlon. 1 :00 p.m I Accoa'dation 11 :40 a.m
ST.L.. I.M. 8. R. R.
Express ll:30p.m tBxpre...... S:W o
WABASII. ST. LOCH PACIFIC R"I CO.
Mill k K .... 5:00 vm Matl A Ex.... 9:i0 p.m
tArom'dtton:J P- 1 1 Aeoom'dHloo 11 :H a.m
Uaily except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE 4 OBIOB. R'
Mall :!B K m. I Mail . , . .8 HO p . .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Running
0 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connkotion
Arrlvlnif In Bt. Loui. 9:45 a.m.; Chicago, :80 p.m.;
Counseling at Odin and KIBngham for Cfncin
natl, Loul.vUle, Indlanapoli. and polnta Ka.t.
11:1U n.m. St- Louie and Wwtern
Arriving in St. Lonl. 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for all point. We.t.
3:5U p.m. Fast Kxprwss.
or8t. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. Louli
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7;W a m.
3:50 p.m. Cinoinnatl Kxpreaa.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; LounvUle 6:55
am.; ludlauapoll. 4:05 a.m. Paaeenger. by
thin train reach the above point. 1U to do
UOCR8 in advance of any other route.
WTho8:6 p. tn. expre.a ha. PULLMAN
SLKEPIVOCAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change., and through sleeper, to St. l,qul. and
Fast Time East.
r hy thl. lino go through to Ea.t.
Passenirers e?n Pomt. without V dei.y
canted by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive. In new York Monday
aornlng at 10:35. Thirty-.ix hour, In advanceof
nv other route, . , . .,
l-Kor through ticket, and further information,
.only at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
vv ' J. H. JON B8, Ticket Agent,
A. n. IIAN80N, Qen. Pan. Agent. Chicago
Q.E0RQE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsioian and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the nomeoj.athtc treat
mimt or surgical dl.ea.es, aud dlseiaes of women
and children. m
Ofllce: On 14th stront, oppoflte the Pott Omce,
H. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFICE Elghtk Streot, near Coma erclAl Avenue
jyll E W. WHITLOCK, , f.
Orno-No. 1M Oommarclal imu, twMs
JCght'i and Ninth Itwu
Natural Fruit fuvors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruite, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Hare gained their reputation from tfoir:
perfect purity, superior strength and ouaf.
itjr. Admitted by all who hare used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
payor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
ChicagvIH.. and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
knf Lat.ll. Yrut e., Dr. frlM'. trmm Baklaf
rniit, ul Dr. PrlM'. l.Lqu. rwtaaM.
WE MAKE NOSECONDORADtCOODS.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'fl PATENT
Wholepale Dealer in Ice.
ICE PYTBE CAR LOAD OR TON,WELI
. ?MCED FOR SHIPPINQ
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Leree,
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 1rt3Pn STATES.
On and aflor Mondav. July ji. and until further
DotlcMbe ferryboHt Three State, will ran a. near
a. pot.lbleon tae following timo table:
Mivia liavs. Uim
Foot Fourth St. MlMonrt Land'g. KentnckyLdg.
:8rt a.m. 7:00 a.m. 7:0a. m.
R:80 ' 9:00 " 9:S0 "
10:30 " 11:00 ' U:80 "
2:00p.m. 4:30p.m. 8U. m.
Leave Leave Leave
Foot Fourth t. Kentucky Ld'g. Ml. soar! Land'g.
4:00 p.m. 4:30p.m. 6:10 p.m.
On last trip leaving Kentucky landing at 4:30 o'clock
p. m., the bunt will go to Bird. Point, making con
nection with T. & St. L. paoungor train for Cairo.
Ftmtrlpat6:30e. in. leaving Cairo, Will connect
with T. A St. L, train leaving Cairo.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
OH AND xmn HO DAT, ocroBM II.
Expret. and Mall loaves Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arrlv.s at Ea.t St. Loot, at
8:20 p. m Arrive, at Cairo at 4:45 p. in.
Accommodation arrives at 11:40 a. m. ana de
parts at lMK) p.m.
JAMES KELQH& CO.
II . T. GEROULD AND
C. P. N E W L A N D.
AND GAS FITTERS.
DRIVE WKLLS. FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
.MANNER, OAS FIX
Or all kinds furnished to order, old fixtures re.
bronsed; Jobbing promptly attended to. Ordtrs
received at Danlul Hartman'i or at the shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINBTB AND TENTH STREETS,
CAIRO .... ILLS.
CHICAGO 3IARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CIIAS. CUNNING
8:30 A. M. December if, 1SJ.
December. January. February.
Pork SIT 40 $17 50
Wheat WWJX U5
Corn 6m 634
Oats W, VS
Pork 17 35 17 W 17
Wheat V4A 5 95
Corn 55 53 '
3 30 P. M.
Pork 17f2U - 175
Wheat 9o 964
Corn 14255 58
Oats 36K 3tH
W. F. Lambdix, river editor of Cat Bullbtiw
and steaoiboitt pai.ener agont. Order, for all
kind. of .teamboat Job printing .ollclted. Ofllce
at Bower'. Enropean Ilotol, No, 71 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF TUB RtVKR.
The river marked by the gaugo last
evening at this port, 10 feet and
3 inches and falling.
Pittaburgh,Doc. 116 p. m River i feet
1 inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Dec. 11 6 p. m. River 12
feet 6 incbei and riBing.
Louisville, Dec. 11 6 p. m. River 6
foot 10 inches and rising.
Nashville, Dec. It 6 p.m. River 4 feet
6 inches and rising.
St. Louis, Dec. 11 -6 p.m. River 5 feet
3 inches and falling.
TheJas. W. Gaff for Memphis is due
here to-morrow from Cincinnati.
The W. P. Ilallidsy is loading for New
OrleanB, and will leave here Wednesday
The Golden Rule from Cincinnati leaves
here early this morning for New Orleans.
She arrived here last evening with a big
The Cons Millar from Memphis is due
to-day for Cincinnati. W. F. Lambdin,
passenger agent, will furnish tickets at
The Mississippi is still full of running
ice, but from the present temperature it
looks as if navigation would soon open.
The Gus Fowler is tho regular packet to
day from Paducah, conuectiDg with trains
here going to all points of the compass. She
leaved promptly at 5 p. m. for Paducah.
The Henry A. Tyler leaves here this
evening for Osceola. Capt. W. J. Turner,
master, and Lem Hill, clerk. The Tyler
was built especially for the Cairo and Os
ceola trade and should be favored by the
business mon of Cairo.
Tee little daughter of the editor of the
Tiffin, On Daily Star was immediately and
permanently relieved of a severe cough by
three doses of Dr. Bull's Couch Svrup. A
twenty-five cent bottle of this valuable
remedy will cure the worst cough.
The above named popular and charming
little actress, another of Cairo's own de
butants, and her company of performers
held forth at the Opora House last night,
ia the play of "Lena the Madcap," written
expressly tor Miss Putnam. The audionce,
which had gathered to see the performance,
was proof that the friends of Miss Putnam
here are as numerous as they ever were.
It was a good-sized audience, distributed
about evenly in the parquet, dress circle
and gallery, and it would have compared
favorably in point of character with any
that has ever gathered there. The play
was a pleasant little drama, in which the
plot and the various characters were such
as would hold the interest of an intelligent
audience throughout its performance, and
leave all in a happy state of r.iind in the
end, and, if we may judge from the many
hearty expressions of approval given by the
audience, there has probably not been a
betterp leased congregation of people in the
Opera House since its opening.
Miss Putnam was particularly the
audionce's favorite, as sho has been almost
everywhere else, There seems to be some
thing about her which captivates all who
see and hear her, and prejudices them in
her favor forever after. The reason of this
can only find explanation in her talent on
the stage; the completeness with which sho
loses herself in tho part she impersonates,
her graceful actions, slight girlish figure
and naturally attractive ways both on and
off the stage. But her company supports
her woll; the play last night was
rendered in an evcellont manner through
out, and was thoroughly appreciated by
Mies Putnam demonstrated laBt night
that she retains the power to please and
delight an audience to a degree equal to
Lottaor Mtggie Mitchell. Tho singular
mixture of fun, pathos and general devilish
Bets is to happily blenished that tears and
smiles follow ia provoking succession, lear
ing tho delighted beholder in doubt as to
which sensation ho is moat susceptible to.
W. II. fllurdock, ai Cloudy Morninttton,
divided the honors with Miss Katie, and
his rendition of the character indicated his
appreciation of it in every particular. Mr.
Murdock is decidedly handsome and grace
ful upon the stage, and made a decided im
pression, especially upon the female portion
of the audience. The company is a good
one, and wo shall take, occasion to speak
more at length of them in the morning.
To-nitfht Miss Putnam appears in the dual
roles of the Marchoness and Little Nell io
"The Old Curiaslty Shop," in which her
peculiar talent will be fully developed. She
deserves a good house on this occasion, and
will undoubtedly bepleasedin that respect.
RIVER IMPROVEMENT. , ,
THE CALL FOB A BILL OF PARTICULARS.
Washington, December 10. "That is
what the man in the play would call a
corker, that resolution of ours, passed by
the house yesterday," said a member of the
commerce committee to-night. "Read
curefully this clause of the resolution:
'Whether any money appropriated by the
act of August 2, 1882, were appropriated for
works or objects that are not in the inter
est of, or do not benefit, commerce or navi
gation, and if so to name such works or ob
jects, and the respective amounts so appro
priated.' That is what the secretary of war
must report to the house. I feel sorry for
Mr. Lincoln. He is compelled to expose
the ignorance of his chief, the president,
who directs in his veto message that the
river and harbor bill contained appropria
tions of public money beyond the powers
given by the constitution to congress. I
tell you the president
DIDN'T KNOW WHAT HE WAS TALKING! ABOUT
And the secretary of war's response to our
resolution will show it."
The commerce committee will doubtless
annoy the department and the president,
and they may succeed in convincing the
latter of inconsistency in his voto message.
But the members of the committee go very
far when they assume the defense of every
item in the bill passed at the last session,
including appropriations for a large num
ber of small and unimportant streams, the
reservoirs at the head of the Mississippi
and the survey of the proposed Hennepin
and Delaware and Maryland ship canals.
Not a few members of the house, whu last
session opposed tho passage of tho river
and harbor bill, voted yesterday for the
committee's resolution on the ground that
the committee and the house were entitled
to a bill of particulars regarding the condi
tion of the improvements authorized in
course of construction or not yet begun.
CONGER'S ABOUT FACK.
Friend of the improvement of tho Miss
issippi river are surprised at the present
attitude of Seuator Conger, who has devel
oped a splenetic and fierce opposition to
separate legislation for tha Msssissippi.
He now charges that tho largo appropria
tion made for the Mississippi at the last
session of congress was the cause of com
plaint throughout the country against the
river and harbor bill, and declares that the
size of that bill was increased by the ac
tion of the committee on improvement of
the Mississippi. Tho charge is absurd,
and is not sustained by ficts. Conger
himself at the last session voted for the
senate bill making an appropriation of $5,
000,000 for the Mississippi and 81,000,000
for the Missouri. This bill was passed
unanimously by the senate and is now on
the speaker's table in the house. Yester
day in the senate Conger said that the ap
propriation for the Mississippi in the river
and harbor bill, recommended and urged
beyond what the commerce committee had
reported to both the senate and house,
swelled that bill to the proportions which
made it distasteful to many people of the
United States. This assertion is grossly
inaccurate. The amount In the' rivor and
harbor bill for the Mississippi was put
there by the house commerce committee,
approved by the house, and by the senate
commerce committee, of which Conger is a
member, and by the senate, and finally by
the president, who commended the appro
priation in bis veto message, In the face
of these facts, Conger's new-born hostility
to the amount appropriated last sessions
for the Mississippi is certainly remarkable.
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health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
ploasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and bost female
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Sold everywhere 23 cents a bottlo.
Yocncj or middle aged men suffering
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mature old ago, as the result of bad habits,
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What strange similos peoplo do make
uno of, to be sure! They say that a thing
is as black as tho aco of spades, when
thoir comparison would bo much strong
er did they say us Mack as the ton
spades, which is ton times blacker than
the ace. A roan tolls you that be has
been working all day like a dog, when
you know and ho knows that a dog
doesn't work at all, Ho tells yon that
the sky last evening was black as ink,
leaving your mind in a stnto of uncer
tainty whether the sky was blue or red,
cither of which it might hare been no
cording to his similo, Then he tells
you that Soandso is as mad as a hatter,
as though batters were more prone to
anger than the average human. When
he says that somebody bos boon acting
like sixty, however, you know that he is
only speaking figuratively and of course
nobody can take exception to that
Boston Transcript."' - -
There is no profession in whiob a man
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than in that of journalism. In many
others promotion is more a quostion of
influence, of good fortune, or of time,
than of actual working capacity. In
journalism, Influence goes for little or
nothing, unless there bo on the part of
the aspirant real efficiency to perform
the work that has to be done. There
never was groater competition in the
press than there is at the present day,
and that competition in more llkoly to
become keener than to diminish. It is
becoming more and more a question of
tlin survival of the fittest, and special
eminence is ever more difficult to attain.
The inoompetont and inexperienced,
therefore, must inevitably go to the
wall. Chambers' Journal.
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The Largest Variety Stock
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GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
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fjor. Nineteenth .treat) Paittsi Til
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Cairo. III.. December 9th. IBM.
Tba regular annual meeting of the stockholders
of the City National Bank, of Cairo, for the i ur
pn.e of.elect.lng leven director., will be held at the
office of stld bank, In this city, on Tuesday, Janus
ryvth,lS83. Polls open at M o'clock a. m. and
close at 4 o'clock p. m. of said dav.
td. TtiOS. W HALLlDAY, Cashier. .
JJEW FISH AND OY8TER DEPOT.
Having now perfected my arrangements to
supply the trade with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now Offer as Follows: Oysters
Taken From the Shell Here Fresh
as From the Gulf.
Bayou Cooks 8)1.50 per 100
" Haslno 75 " "
Oysters in bulk i ; "
Oysters standards In cans SO "
FRESH FISH. ,
Red Snapper.. . l"o. per t
C'rokles " "
Bhf ep Uead, Ao ,.M....n..M.. " ' ,
Bbrtmns, Lob.Uis. Craa and Turtles all In season
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO TUB TRADE. .
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aches, and each month they,
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JAB. 8. MoOAtlEY ...Prestdeot
J. H. ROBIN SUN 1st Vice-President
?' a QOL JwiViii '-" VmUUi
J. 9. PKTKlB ' Medio Advisers
THOMAS LRWIS Secretary
ED. II. WHITE At.Utaut Secretary
..... , ; I
Wm. F. PITCHER. L.S. THOMAS,
W.O.JOCKLYN. F. VINCENT,
WILL T, RKDBUKN.
nOAHI) OF MANAGKK8I
J. A. Goldstlne, of Ooldntlne 4 Hnsenwater, whole
sale and retail dry goitd.etn,; J as. 8. MeQahey,
lumber dealer; Win. F, Pitcher, nneral acent(
Albert Lewis, dealer In flour aaV Drain! L. St.
Tboinee. hrlokteyers Mo.e. Phillips, contractor
and builder;' H. A. Chumbley, groeert Tho.
Lewis, .ocrmary ana attornny-ar-iaw; w. tl.
Marean, Htmoapathto pbyatciau: U. Ss der, of
Seeder A Hon. grooers; H, 11. Balrd. street supervisor-,
Ed H White, ass't s. W. O. M. A. Bo
eietv: J. W. Snler. lumber and sw-mlll: F. L.
Oerulgon, barber: E. B. Dietrich, clerk W., St. L.
P.K.U.; M. Kobier. merchant tailor: Jan U.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window shades: J.
B. English, contractor and bnllder; WtHT. Red
barn, of Morse A Rodburn, cigar manufacturers;
r. Vincent, neater in unie t ia ceaieuii i,
Phelps, photographer; W.C Jocelyat, dentist; B,
H.Tsber, mfg. Jeweler: J. H. Hobloeoo, J. P. sad
notary-public; J. 8. Ptne, rhlclan; H, W.
Bostwtck, Insurance agent; K. E. Jarboe. foreman
St. das mains, and B K. Wei bridge 4ibr an
saw-mill, of Cairo) H. Lslghton. cashier Hat.
BwiBtoarwiaj Rev. V. A. Wilso Prrorf
Saii i.f I.W, Tarry, pbytWo,Ftrtoev Ky.
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