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3AILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CA1E0. ILLIN0I8. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 1882.
Vavi-r-N . K. Thistlewood.
Tn .m;irir-T J. lUrlh.
cluiik-M uioc J, Foley.
OnMus-lorWin. U. (itlbefl.
Marshal L. 11. Meyura,
Miiiruuy WllUmn Hccdrtckt.
UOiliK Of 4LJEKMIM
Kirwt W.fl Win. McHaln. T. M. Klialiroogh.
s-;i)U'J Ward- Jl'i(: lloiltle.C. N. Uiuh,
l lnrrt Ward B. I", BUne. John Wood.
Fount Ward Charles 0. fsttur, Adoiph Swo-
Ku'Ii Ward-T. W. IU;:tilY, Ernrst B. Putttt.
I'irt i!l J.ile-O. .I.llnkrr.
rircuil CI'Tli A. II Irvin.
County Judgoiv. ft Vocum.
County Ck-rliS. J Uuinm.
County Attorney J . ilamrou.
County TreMUMTMilci W. I'erlirr.
rthcitiT Juliu Hodges.
Coroner K. K:t?i;rila
County Cwmrai-sloni-ta-T. V. lUllnUy, J. A.
titbits Mid fctur ro.l .
CVUKO UVITMr. Corner Tout and I'oplar
street; ('reaching Orilaud taird SiluiUys In
r'.n eii-uu, It a in. a.-d 7 : i j. in.; prayer meet
;ti2 TUurrl.y, 7: Ki. in ; Simla inol, : .io
U.:. A. .t. UKil I'ator.
MIC1U.H OK THK U E D E It M E Ki Essentia')
V. ir'uiir'eeiilu s'.rcct; auuday 7:Wa m., tj.ily
k irlualsi; :') a m., SuaJiy sehu-j! : 'I.Ola m.,
Mornln,? I'fief : csm j. m.. Keening fry3r. F.
I'. Li' r:i!ort, !. T. H. l.Vct.-l.
j-lr.s'1 MISSION iKY BAPTIST CHCKCH.
V 't-. -:tv i.t 1') an. n..,:i m.aud 7: p. m
nl.i.B-i, s-Lool at 7:.W p. ru Kv. T.J. boon,
1;. , '. --Th'eeniu uriicit; services 8aV
t !.;. 1 i a. us , .Sui;.;iiy rrtiool It p m. Kov.
Km ;-. t'rt :r .
Mri i ;: U i - (. or. Klrflith and Walnut "trt.
!'r (,it.? SaM.sth ll :'.). n. nd7:S0 p.m.
. rfty S.:i'.l t P 10- !"'. J. A. bcairett,
1 I: r'- H i 1 L rtl AN -ttlith ut; pn-arutuij ua
SalU-n at lltiw . ni Hod 7:30 p. m.;jraver
u-.. t .t) . Wednesday nt 7:3. in.; haLdy Sniiaol
:t 1 n.. lWv H. Y. '.iore, putor.
i,' 'I . .ms Ki ll S -.V'oiian rtttbollc) Cort.or Cross
u i.J V.Viuiit ittt..ts; s.-rv1e8 Stitli t'):8)t.
r-'.nrl-y .S.tiool at i p. ui.: Vf!.rri 3p. m.; ter
i vie two dy at S a. ra. liet. O'Uara, I'flot.
Y I'M'tl' K'K-l'"iin CktUoUc) Corner Kln'.a
OnT. it aud V t!i!Lntou vnn; torrtco Sib
on! I. e and 1.1 1. n. ; Vsnpura 3 p. ir..; Sa&dy rtchool
i p. in. frvl-.i" ery day at S a. in. Hetr. Mastersuu
K. K. TIME CAKI) AT CAIRO
ILLINOIS CS.NXUAL k. n.
TltuM" Ilill-AKT. IKAMIliKlUTE.
jlai: ...S.IO s.m I Maii a.m
Act mi' Ji.tioa.ll :IU .m Sturon .......11 :1U a. m
t Eii" ' $:M p.m i Acciradatton ..t:13 p iu
C. hr. I. A N. 0. K. K. (Jacknou Koute).
Vall 4:4ri.mtMall .. 4:31p.m
Kspretf H:!iiip I tKxwcjk 10:ia in
t Ac'uiodation 3 lOp in
ST. I. A'. K. H. (Narrow Onus 1
Kx;t- 8:16 a.m I Ei;'Nm 4:S"p.m
Accom'ddtlon. l:uip.ra I Acoiii'dtloD 11:40 a.w
8T.I. . l.M S. K. R
Kxpron ll:3np.m tKxprea W
WA BASIL bT. UJL'IS A PACIFIC K'YCO.
a K b.'O vn I Mall Ex..., bU p m
t Arcom'datlon .1:3' p tn 1 1 Axvu'daUou 11:10 a.tu
i).iy mccpt bULddy. t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO B. R.
i:M a. m. I Mnit...
.8:1(1 p. in.
LLINOLS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv lAno Jiuuuiut?
o DAILY TllAINiS
Making Direct Coiwkotion
TkAiN Liati Citno:
:i;Oj a m. Mull,
Arrivii.ii 111 St. Louik 8.45 a m.s ChicKo.H:3(ip.in.i
CoiiiKKtms at OJiu ond BfllDKliam for CfnclD
rdtl, l.ouitvlilii. Indlauapolii and points East.
llilU H.in. Ht- IjouIs nuil Wmivrn
Arrhinn In Ht. I.nuln 1:05 p. to., and conticctliiif
(or a'.l prima Wt.
,'J fid pin, F'usit l''xprcss
rorttt. Liiln ami Chicago, arrlviug at HI. Lotil"
Id: t p.m., and Chicago 7:'i a in
H'5U p in. Ciiiolnnitti Kx press.
Arrtvim; at ilnclutiatl 7:1 a.m.; I.ounflllo :W
.m.: lmllaiiapolla 4:03 a.m. Pawn nor, by
Ibis train iritrh the abovu point 1 Ui to 30
UOUKo tu u.lvanco of any utfifr rotuo,
tWThoS.M p. m. oiprom baa PULLMAN
bLKKPIMH'AK Cairo to Cluclnuatl, wttho-it
filmnncjn, and lUronKh ilocpurato Bl. LuH H'd
l'uHt Time East.
iJ.iuuiiiKHitM by thllliiotfotliroii(?h toKnt.
.L ilSS01ll!,('lS rm poluls wllhout any delay
eauaort by Hniiday Intrrveiilmr. Tim H"JturJy fir
noon tratu from Cairo nrrlva In nr Yo'k Monday
aornliiK at !:. 'l Ulrty alx bouralu advaureol
Uf nlliur rnutu, ...
ITTKor tliroticb ttr knl hurt furtbr luforniHtloti,
aptilv at lllluulu Contral Railroad Depot, Cairo.
" J. 11, jONKS.Tlr.kut Aont.
A. II. U.VNHON, dun. rue, Aiiout. Chlcnitn
QEOIWB II. LEACH, M. D.
Phrnioiau and Surjxoon.
Bpitclal 'illaiitlnn paid to tha Honieoptthlf. treat
mnnt nr surgical illaoaaua, mid rtieao of women
oilu'"! On 1 llh init, oppuHlto tho Pom "mrr,
'V V. 0. JOCKLYN,
OVKliH-Rlnlitk btrnnt, nar Comrmrclal Ann
. e w. wniTLocK,
Orruii No. IM Ooindien lal Avanna, bvtwwua
JttfH jaad NlDtb Htrtt
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with-,
out coloring, poitonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Hare gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual.
Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flaw for cakes, puddings, creams, :tc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and Bt. Loui, Mo.,
Utr. oILtipulli Taut (!.., Ilr. Prlw'i trm BakUf
F.mlu, l Dr. Prix.', lalqu. I'lrfasM.
WE MAKE NO SPCOND CPAOE C00D8.
J'KW FMH A Nil OYsTKR PKPor.
IIuvluK uow perferte l mv arrsniL-u)intt to
auiply the Irnde with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now Otter us IVilows: Ovgters
Taken From the Shell Here Fresh
an From the Oulf.
Bai oa Cooks ....i m per ltw
s luus , , i as
" Balno , -j "
Oysters In b ilk (W
uysiurs standrJ In cans go "
Rod Snapper joe. per tt
ilMeu " "
bheep Head, Ac
Bbrimt . Lobt-i . era1- and Tiirtlei all in season
L1BKIUL DISCOUNT TO THE TKADE.
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN Till1.: CITY.
GOODS SOLD VEilY CLOSE
C. O. PATlEIi Ac CO..
3or,Xiuctcenthstrt) Poir III
Oomnyrrial Avodub I villIU 111
PROPRIETOU OK SI'ROAT'S PATENT
Wliolewalo Dealer in Ice.
tCF. I'Y THE CAK LOAD Oil TON.WELI
:' ked for enirriNQ
Oai I.oadfl u Spocialtv.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
T. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS HOLLOWH.
OM AND AfTBti MOXDaT, OOroBEH 31,
Kxprosa and Mall leaves Cairo, every rtnv etcopl
S 'i i, day, at 8:13 a. m. Arrive at Knst Ht. Louis at
3:'20p. tu Arrlvusat Cairo at 4:'l5p. ro
Accrtinmndatton arrives at 11:40 a. m. and d
parts at 1:0 p. m.
JAMES KEliCII& CO.
IL T. C1KK0ULI) AND
C. V, N 12 W L A N L.
DRIVR WKLTiS. KDKCH AN'D
LIFT PUMPS riTKNlSUKDANDPUT
DP IN A WOltKMANLIKK
MANNF.R, OAS FIX.
Of til kinds furnished to ordor, old fixtures ru
bronsDiti J. mliliiir promptly ationdsd to. Onion
raculvod at Danui tu tman'i or at tbo shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE DKTWliF.N
NINETII AND TENTH STREETS,
OAIIIO .... ILiIiH.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY C1IAS. CUNNING.
II AM. BItOKKK.
8:30 A. M. December ','2,
Deceuibur. January, February.
S $17 $17 40
M!i 51 51
l':39 P. M.
$ n! H7S7
l'2S VI 'i 9iH
W4 IVHi M
30 P. M.
i7 117 3.
M M)' 4)
6 35 '4
Corn- 4J5 i-rs.
W. P Lamhdi.v, r'.?r editor of i'iir Bt'LLrriN
and steiinboit paisaner aant. Orders for all
kindsof steamboat Job pnnt.lnit solicited. Oilico
at Bjor'a European Hotel, No. Ti Oblo levee.
bTA'jKa OK TUB K1VKH.
The river marked by tho gauge last
evening at this port, 9 t't-ct and
2 indie" ami riding.
PittsburRb.Dcc. 226 p. m Uiver i) feet
2 inches aod rising.
Cincinnati, DdC 22 6 p. m. Rivt r 13
feet 2 iuches aod falling.
Louisville, Dec. 226 p. m. Kiver 7
feet 1 1 inches and stationery.
Nashville, Doc. 22-6 p.m. River 4feet
7 iuches and tailing.
St. Louis, D.-c. 22-6 p.m. River 4 feet
11 inches and rising.
Yesterday weather disagreeable; business
The Commonwealth is loading here for
Vicksburg, and will 1 ave to-day.
The Guiding Star for New Orleans to
morrow. She hai'a from Cincinnati.
The Gus Fowler is tho raul packet
from Puducah and return this evening.
Capt. Jim Brown, stearnboit agent at Pa
ducah, passed through town yesterday for
Mayor Chas. Reed, of Paducah, paid
Cairo a flying visit yesterday, and he says
Cairo for mud is immense.
The Cons Millar left Louisville Thurs
day evening for Cincinnati, tho ice having
got sufficiently soft and light to let ber up.
The R. R. Spriuger, by all means, ought
to give an account of herself to-day. She
is overdue from New Orleans for Cincin
nati. The Granite State for Cincinnati is due
early this morning. She has about 800
bales of cotton which she will discharge
here fur the eastern market.
Tho Montana, after a long soige with
the low water and ice iu the uppor Missis
sippi, arrived hero yesterday morning. She
is receiving freight here for Vicksburg, and
leaves at noon.
The Centennial was discharging freight
at the narrow-gauge depot last night, and
assbe had 750 tons to disgorge sho will not
got through until this morning, after
which she leaves for St. Louis.
Mr. Wm. Sullivan, tho boss boat store
man of tho western waters, who is iu the
employ of Messrs. Fowler & Co., of Padu
cah, was in tho city for a day or two, pay
ing his son Harry Sullivan a short visit.
Ho lelt on tho Fowler for homo last even
ing, The government steamor Mississippi is
receiving freight at tbo narrow-gauge de
pot, aud will leave this morning tor points
below at tho various government works.
Capt. Billy Williams, tho wide-awako
agent for the Cairo & St, Louis Narrow
gauge, was up all night atteuding to the
"I would uot live always, I ask not to
stay." Wo do not wonder, with such a
cold as yours, but there is a bright side to
every thing, and sunshine even for Hioho
racked with pain. Dr Hull's Cough Syrup
never 1'ailn to cure the most stubborn
On Thursday Officer M trtiu cuiue up
to a follow in tho act of seeling a green
hido to a business man on Commercial ave
nue. Tho appearance of tho man was not
that of a farmer, but of a lu.y tramp, and
his behavior was not that of a trader who
desirod to make tho most out of what ho
bad to soil, but of a thief anxiouj to get rid
of his good at almost any price. Aftor
listening awhile to tho man's unsuccosBluI
eudeavors to sell the hido, tho olllcer said
he would buy the hide and askod tho price
"A thousand dollars," said tho fellow,
"Alright," said the ofllcor, "1 guess I'll ako
it and you, too. Come along." Aud the
officer marchod the man off to jail and
then proceeded to hunt for
the owner of the hido. Tho tramp
had said that ho bought tho tho hido from
from a man over at Bird's Point, in Ken
tucky, a little abovu this place; but all in
quiry by the officer proved fruitless, and In
tho evening the officer liberated the fellow
who remarked us ha le ft that ho did steal
that hido but it couldn't bo proven on him.
Hut yesterday morning Mr. James Law, ol
tho wharf bot, misHed ono of a pile of
green hides awaiting tthipmunt. Ho wont
toj'he ostabliabnientof Mr, Henry Savers, on
Ohio luveo, aud inquired if any one hu i of
fered a hido for salo thur! wituin tho hour
and was answered in tli') affirmative. A
man Imd brought a Lido there for sale, but
tho cashier being out, had consented to
leave the , hide and call again
for tho money. Beiag shown
tho hide Mr. Law recognized it as
tho one stolen from the wharf boat, and
he went forthwith lo no'ify tho officer?,
whom he also gave a description of tho fel
low who had sold tho hide. Officer Ma
hauny recogn'z;d iu the discriptiou tho
same fellow whom Officer Mattin had ar
rested the day before. He winded his
way toward Mr. S aycr's place, and ju-it as
ho turned tho comer he espied his man
standing with two others behind a traiu of
freight cars, peering around and under
neath, watching another oflbcr who was
standing near tho f ont door of the shop.
Officer Mahanuy surprised the little group
of watchers behind the train and requested
them all to step over to the shop, whero
they were couf routed with the man who
had bjuoht the hide, who pointed out the
man who had a ild i', who proved to be, as
su.ipected, the aauio who bad boasted the
day before that hu had stolen the other
hide, etc. The fellow was taken before
Magistrate Comings where be gave his
name as Louis Snagles, and was held to bail
in the sum of two hundred dollars to an
swer the charge of burglary and larcency
before a higher court.
A Fatal Mistake
would be not to take Dr. R. V. Pierco's
"Golden Medical Discovery" if you aro
bilious, sufferiUii from impure blood, or
fearing consumption (scrofulous disease of
tho lungs), bold by ad druggists.
LIST OF LETTERS KliMAININO UNCALLED
FOR IS THK P08TOKFICE AT CAIltO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, IHH'i.
Bradley, C 0
Bryant, G M
i BariieS,' Alary
Daniel, Mary E
Good mau, J sue
Hightortcr, Hetiie 2 Hedigar, Huttie
Jonex, Sophy Jorgesou, Elois
Las! ha, Cawson
Reynolds, T J
Stuart, Sue C
Stone, Mary H
Wise, Ellen G
Lawson, L I)
Lurk iu, K ito E
Miller, E J
I'hillinore, Ail Jiu
Schuubutv, Sabiua 3
Williams, Oil ic
Anderson, Geo Armstrong, Folix
Grazier, J B 8
Hinkle, Charles II
Howard, Josoph W
Keagan, J V
Lawarance, R L
Rowe, Samoa C
Redman, W A
Huggius, E L
Howard, H C
Lucas, E C
Lynch, Francis E
McDonal d Thos
Ruardon, Jas A
Riley, T J
Steavcns, I) N
Streator, Joe J
Staucill, II M
Thorton, F W
Totton, J as
Wright, W U
Wheatley, W N
Rose, Chas G
Stoavons, S A '
Sbelton, J as
Singleton, J no It "
Sparks, D W
Thompson, Gso W
Toayue, Stenphon 2
Thomas, Wm E
Whitaker, Jas D
Porsons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Gbo. W. MoKkakj. Postmiistor.
Galvanized Scales lor Crnwncrio", Dl
ries, Butter Dealers, aud Grocers. Send
for circular. Ho wo Pcalei Co., St. Louis
The Indians of Alaska.
Tho niimririr of aboriginos Iu Alaska
i viuiotiMy estimated from thirty to
jifty thousand. With regurd to. those
in tho interior then: is vmy mcngro ac
ournte knowledge, Tho obhtuclm iu the
way of a thorough iiudorsUndiug of
tho nature of this portion of tho Ameri
can pooseshionri, iiud tho tnimber and
una ranter of the uativen, aro not great,
either from tho oont of outfitting an ex
ploring party, danger from tho natives,
or any other terrors incident to such an
undertaking. In thoir handiwork, t
peeially us exhibited by earring in
wood, stonn and slate, their ornament?,
nnd shapely canoes, tbev display unlooked-for
skill. Blanketed natives,
with palmed or biiluously besniotired fa.
ciM, were to bo seen. From a condition
ctlensivo to the nostrils and tbo scanty
mode of dress, thero are various stages
of iipi-roae.il to cleanliness nnd civilized
stylo of clothing; some, indeed, nmko a
.very pu-sscUbW appeHrnTjOe, - Some
liines lndi.m-4 worn ob.mrvod rtflcrti-M).
ntely fondling thoir children, and the
men often earning their oil'.-q.ring in
their arms with'all thu apparent pTide
of their w hito brethren. The women
generally do the trading and bargain
ing in disposing of furs mid in other
transaction.'. When an ludian offers
fur for sale, and I ho price has been ar
ranged between him mid thn purchaser,
Ida klochniHU, or squaw, cttu veto the
transaction, aud has lo lie consulted bo
fore the trade becomes tinal. The Indi-'
am are never in a hurry to conclude a
bargain, those at a distance often r-
maining at a
post fur weeks
holilin- out for a moht trill in-' .iilviiiic.i
on the price olVere-1. They an- shrewd
traders, and the ainotints'iigrred upon
for the different kindsof furs sceni very
high to an uninitiated looker-on. The
purchasors would lose monev on the
goods if they paid coin. Tbo'ludiau's
shrewdnes.4 iiuinil'e.sls itself only in se
curing the promisi- of a high" price.
They do not want mouey, but desiro
articles out of tho store. Their igno
rance of what these cost the dealer
leaves them a prey to the most outrage
ous imposition from the more inteTli
gent but less honest white trafficker.
These Indians are industrious, willitHv
embracing opportunities of earning
mouey by wording for it. Ifthevarc
not. a doomed race, by reason of liqnr,.
iiud contact with depraved whiles pre
venting their reclamation from hea
thenism, in tho coming development of
tho resources of Abuskiv they will be a
valuable factor ns -hewers of wood and
drawers of water." They aro quick to
learn what is required of them. Purt'
ScobolofTs Test of the Sentry,
As a disciplinarian ho was linn nnd
strict. No point was too minute to bo
overlooked. ScobeletFs videttes wrro
never caught napping. 11 is knowledge
of the di'tail of military duty was uni
versal evon to sotiuditig all" the bugle
calk An illustration of the discipliiiu
of his corps occurs to rue. I had been
talking with him of military breech
loader.) and discussing the merits of va
rious systems. Taking a "Berdsn"
with which the troops wero latterly
armed, from a soldier, ho undid tho
breech und lock and explained tho
mechanism with tho precision of a
gun-smii!i. Returning tho rillo to th?
soldier, !io turned, walking up to a sen
try a few paces distant, he said: "Let
me - - - v Ho" extending his hand
ns ho ap'j..... Iho man saluted, and re
plied: "I cannot, your excellency."
"But I want to seo if it is clean," per
sisted tho general. "I cannot, your ex
eelleiicy," again said the sentry, as lirtu
as a rock. Seobelell" smiled, pulled his
ear.i, and walked on. I asked an ex
planation, whcretijioii ho aaid that a
rule of war with him wns that no sen
try on duty was on any account to give
up pofsessiou ot his arms uot even to
the czar biiuaulf. 'iBut," said I, "sun
pose the sentry hnl giveu tip his rille
when jou were seemingly mi serious iu
asking it. What then?" "He would
have been shot," quietly replied tho
general, "for disoboiliiMico to orders in
times of war." Fortnightly Review.
' ' a
Fogg inserted the other evening'that
ho knew a woman who never appended
a postscript to a letter. Everybody was
astonished until he infoinieil Ibe'e'-in-.
Snuy that tho woman he n-fem-d t-
lidu't know how to write.
O O A I,
D S to vets 13
S rrinwaro. B
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LKVKK.
A General Hankliig biislnens
TUOS. W. 1IAI.1U)A .
JNTKRPKlHll SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TtlOH. W. IIALIitUVY, '
will cure dypepiU,heartburn, mala
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
and other wasting diseases,
enrichet the blood and purifies the
system; cures weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Try a bottle.
l the only Iron preparation that
does not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, as
other Iron preparations will.
l adies and all sufferers from neu
uleja, hysteria, and kindred com
I'Liius, will find it without an equal,
Manufacturer and Dealnr In
Sh Stri-., Iiotwo.m ('nni'l Ave. nud Lev e.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTV,
ALL KINDS OF A MUNITION.
Safes Uoiaucd, AIIEiml.4ol Key M-elt-.
VLOVH- GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flohring Mills
Highest Cash Price PaW for Whfat,
J 1 2
H U eg r
! L- H 5$ fea
2 ot vJ o
fib $ rL 7