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TFIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 9. 13
THK DAILY 1UJLLETIK
OfM'K: i. 7U Oil 10 LEVEE.
BMH.KKD AT THK CAIHU POilTuFKICK Full
TttASsMIOMON TlllloUOU THK MA1U AT BLC
O.N UCLA lie IU1K8.
hi-iaL KlCliKUr 1MTY ANOCUIHT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice )i tr.i column, eiirnt eenta per lino for
(1 rxt an J ftva ceu ptr liuv each aulmoqtiunl lnaer-
Inn . fur duo Wkvic. SOcunta prlln. Kor on
niontti. ' cjriiit per Una.
Jut received, two cars choice E. Rose
Michigan potatoes. 8. E. Wilson,
(It 77 Ohio Levee".
Bad Ta-tD in the mouth, unpleasant
breadih and impaired hearing, when re
tu 1 1 i fiif from Catarrh, are overcome, and tliu
niimtl p;isj;et which have been closed for
ytmis are made Iree by the uae ot Ely's
Cream Halm. I ice 50 cents.
Apply tit iv8tr;l with little finger,
Fr lame IU:k, Stlo or Client use
Shi olV IVinm Plaster. Price 25 cents.
Taul 0. Bchuh, agent. (5)
To all who are" suffering from the errors
and in liscrctiuna ut youih, nervous weak
ni'WJ, i-arly decay, hwi of manhood, &r.,
will send a recipe ihatwiilcceyou, fueb
or ciiakuk. Ttiia treat remedy wan
discovered by n ra nisfcr in South America
cVnd a s'lladdressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Ixman. Station DM New lork
Over 250,000 Howe scale have been sold,
and the demand increasing continually.
Borden, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis,
A General Stamperte.
Never was such - a rush made for any
Dru Store as w now at Hany . ischuh s,
for a tri il bottle of Dr. Kina'a New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
All persons alfected with Asthma, Bron
chilis, Hoarseness, Severe Coughs, or any
affection of the Throat and LnnKS, can get
a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by
culling at above Druir Store. (4)
can always say a
Monmouth, say: "We
good word for Brown's
Ely' Cream B..iiu cutid rae of Catarrh
of imny yfira' standing restored my scuse
of smell. Korcoldsintliehead.it works
like urijfic. E. II. Sherwood, National
S;te Bunk, El zibeth, N. J.
S rei jcs. tnt'er, salt rheum, etc., are
cored ty "Dr. Lm'tsey's Bioo I Searcher."
Hy.fi by all driinis's. Never fuils.
HucKien a Arnica salve
The Il.'Ht S ilve n the world for Cuts.
Bruise. Soil-h. fie- rs Suit IlLeum, Fevei
Sort's, Tetter, C!pped Hands, Chilblains.
Coin, and nil Skin Kruptions.and iMisitively
curen files, it is uu i an teed to inve tier-
feet s ttisliiction, or money refuuled
!i ) rents par ImS. For sale ly 13 EO. E
MSB a wointn iq another column uear
Sp-er's Vni 'yir !, picking grape;, from
which Sp-er's Port Gripe wine is made,
tli h t i s i lu'liU t!s'eeni'd bv tne medio!
profusion, Cor tli-j my of invalids weakly
pi-M ma and the a'ied. Sold by druisU.
8!iiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure
is s l I by us on a cu irautee. It cures con
sumption. Paul 0. ocliuh. aircnt. (0)
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P Powers oj Tenth street. All
manner of bl itknn tbinjf and wagon work
done to order. R;p'iirin work special ty.
Work done, promptly. tf
Having purchased the bakery ot J.
Anthony, oi Wasthintoti avenue between
Uth and lOai streets, I prepared to offer to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
&c. of the best quality at thu lowest prices
to b lound m the city. Call and Bee me
12-13-tf Jacob Lateer.
Cottage For Sale.
I oil r my cotUi' net to the
corner ol 2 1st and Poplar , streets,
E'ist side, at a bargain. Ap
ply on premises or of me at N w York
Store. M. S. Lektcovitck
.Engines ml Saw Mill for Sale.
Two engines and one saw mill complete
to sell, or eiihai.'e for lumber by Cuul
Bros., Donjola, 11U.
Two furrisht d rooms for rent,
to Mr. S. Williamson.
$M is nff-red by Cairo Lndge, No. 287,
A. F. & i.'M., for the recovery and deliv
ery lime of tn body nfjumua M.Elwards,
wtio wns drowned at this place Friday even
in, Mireh 2 ii I. Hid a lare scar on right
CHeelc, ellJCt ot a scald.
tf Apply to M. Foss, W. JI.
Choice Eirly Rose ani Euly Ohio
p itito". appies, onions, cheese, butter,
e.'s. tfc.!, for sale, at tnv aMre on 8th
" ''. 0. M. Ar.DBN. tf
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
rioticiii tbe coinmnt. 'en cots tr Utia,
... . n i wa"inT mirKM or noi. ir clcu
I 'tt'd to r iwi-t uy m m't biMlnan tnicrmi re
I wjm jmiil rr
V rU'f three im hes is recorded for
the Mfftwsfppi at SI. Louis in yesterday
afternoon's bulletin. At neatly all other
poin's above the rivers fell,
Mr. 0. M. AMeii has juat received an
assortment of product?, to which he Invites
the attention of the public, hy advertise
tnent in special locals.
Cooking Oil at 0. U. Willltamson'i.
It is worth the tinm to visit the distill
eij water ice manufacturing company works
even in their present unfinished s'ate. Then
the d lucrative lector li an excellent oue,
for warm weather. The machinery etc, of
the works la immense, greater than one
would iuiftKine when they think how easy
ica is mule in Minitoba with the mer
enry, to thirds of the year away down he
Schoolchildren will dud Tns Bulle
tin acratcli-boolrt Noa. 2 and 8 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy t.)re. tf
From Febtuary 25th to 3Iarcli 8d in
elusive, 9C7 loaded freight cars were de
livered at East St. L uis and 707 at Du
Quoin, by the Cairo Short Line railroad
Some irentlemen of color, resid nar at
Dog Tooth Bend, were in the city yester
day to 'know sumSn 'bout de rashums de
eovruent was inbuin to de po' cullud
Fob Sale White Leghorn EgB$l.OO
for thirteen. E. A. BcRSETT.
From the fifth biennial report of the
Southern Illinois insane asylum, received
yesterday from Dr. H. Warduer, it appear?,
among many other interesting facts, that
the death rate for the last year has been
2.00 per cent, of the total number of. pa:
ticots in trie institution during tne year
or much less than during any previous year
since the establishment of the asylum.
Yesterday afternoon Sergeant Riy
detected what be believed to be signs of a
gathering wind storm in the extreme
northwest. If he guessed rightly, the
storm ought to reach here to-night or b
morrow. The velocity of the wind, he
thinks, will be about forty miles per hour,
The prediction is based upou the sudden
fall of the barometer at Bismarck from
80.19 to 29.84. But the velocity of the wind
there ws only eight miles per hour at 2
o'clck yesterday afternoon.
Mr. John Oreelish, ot Leavenworth,
Kansas, writes to City Clerk Foley tor the
iddre'sof a man named Harvey, first name
unknown, who "was a member of Company
F 15th Regiment Veteran Reserve Corps
stationed at Cairo, acting in the capacity of
hospital steward in 1883. He remained in
Cairo after being mustered out." His ad-
Iressis of vital importance to Mr. Oreelish
who was his captain. If any one can give
the desired iraformatioa he will confer a
faror up m all concerned by aoingso.
Justus R. Cunningham has, after much
earnest solicitation by the officers of the
steiraer Henry A. Tyler, and an ofL'r of
very liberal inducements, accepted the
importaut position of couniel for the boit,
and he will appear in all cajeS at law to
which the bo it or any of her officers or em
ployes may be pnrties. Im idently he w'll j
'ilso s'lp'rintenl the cullinnrv di.-Drt
ment of the elegant cratt. He made his
nrst trip Weduesliy. The boat is to be
congratulated upon her good fortune in se
curing so Viiluible a mm to inatnire her
most Important sffiirs.
Il m.Sith F.Crews, who is R 'publican
member of the present legislature hy a bar
train entered into between him and several
Republic m b sw,in his district, and who
during the 1 itecamp dgn came to this coun
ty to ur,'e tin claims of the "gr-rand
old Republican partee" upon public
confidence and suffrage, and the eminent
fitness of CiarleiT. Strattan as state su
perintendent of public instruction this
gentlemen turns out at this late day to not
be lucking tn the dis inguishing character
istic of the average latter day Republican
politician: he is charged by the grand jury
ofj.fffirson county with "onfl Jenciag" a
Belleville hanker out of $3,000,
During the late flood the water stood
two feet deep over the new road iu proci s
of construction by the government, between
Mound City and tho cemetery. The road
is now within nine inches ot its contem
plated heiirht, so that, when completed, it
would, in case of a flood equal to that ot
this year, be under water to the depth of
about fifteen inches. These facts were
communicated to the authorities at Wash
ington, and it is probable that the road
will bo raised three or four feet higher
4.1 O ! a .1.1 ...
man at nrsr. inienuea, ana mat necessary
culverts will be constructed to prevent
damage when the water seeks its level.
Mr. Julius Sarbian will probably have the
contract for this additional work. He was
still at work on the bed of the road within
the limits of Mound City, when the high
water came and compelled a temporary
cessation of operations.
"I piya my taxes an' dafo' I his a
richt to isn' my chillun to de free school
anywha I likes-up In de top seat ob de
top room ol de best ob 'em." This was a
remark made by one ot tho party of colored
men gathered at the hlh school building
yesterday m irning. The remark sounded
humorous to us In view of the fact, that of
the twelve thousand dollars of school taxes
paid in this district ever; year, lest than five
hundred dollars is paid by colore! people,
the remaining eleven thousand Ave hun
dred dollars or more coming from the
pockets of "common white trash." The
The school taxes paid hy the colored popu
lalion of tho school district would hardly
py f-r the fuel used lu tho fdiools. This,
however, must nit bo construed Into an
excuse lor not giving tho colore! people
educational facilities equtl to these of the
whites, and to our understanding the school
botrd has faithfully endeavored to give no
came for complaint in this respect and
has cert only iven no good cause for so
fidi a step as that taken yesterday tucrn-
-Several dayaaffo a rather rnuirh look
In 4 white man. with a sixteen shooter Win
chester rifle, a seven-shooter horse-pistol,
a five ahnotnr revolver, a box of huio cart
Hires and all necessary implements for
manufacturing more, enma to the Three
States house and took supper. After ho
had eaten, the landlord demanded pay for
the meal, when the walkiotr arsenal drew
his huge horsu-pistol, cocked it and leveled
it at the Three States man with tho remark
that if he insisted upon settlement he could
have it right then and there. His name
was Jesse. James, said the stranger, and
Jesse had a way of his own of disposing
of troublesome fellows. Officer McTiue
heard the disturbance, walked riirht in
arrested and disarmed the blustering fel
low, and marched him to Jail. Next day
"Jesse" was fined twenty-five dollars and
costs, tailing to py which, his weapons,
etc., were taken possession of by the court
and he was sent out ot town on a stay of
execution. He promised to send one of the
Younger brothers for his weapons, but it
is probable that nothing will occur to pre
vent r dis'urb the auction sale of the lat
ter, which is to take place no the 19th
instant, to satify the claims of the officers,
court and people. ' .
The following uro the amounts collec
ted from the various sources in this internal
revenue district during the month of Feb
uary: Distilled spirits, if 1,043 83; tobacco
and cigars, 15,259.99; fermented li
quors, f4,733.70; bank and bankers,
IC68.47; total, $21,702.99, or $14,455.07 le
than the collections of the previous month
ana less mm those ot any oilier previous
month. The settlement of the tariff qucs.
tion at Washington has proiuceJ a little
more confidence iwoax distillers and to
bacco manufacturers in this district; but it
will be some time before the collec'ions
will again reach their former figures of
from sixty to seventy-flre thousand dollars
per month. Ojo reasou for this wiil be
the several serious blunders of the tariff
tinkers, chiet among which is one of omis
sion in relation to tobacco, snuff and cigars.
Tne tax on these was reduced (which was
entirely uncalled for, by the way) and it
was provided that a rebate should be ma le,
of the difference in taxes recently imposed
and the taxes as now provided, in all esses
wbeni the claim amounts to tlO or more;
but tho far-seeing body of leg'blators ad
journed without appropriating any money
with whii h to pay autih. claim for rebate,
and heuce. more uncertainty iu manufactur
ed tobacco circles.
About seventy-five colored children
sod their parents went to the schools of
the whi'e children yesterJty morning to Ihj
enrolled there as regular attend tnts. At
the Thirteenth street school there were
bout twenty-live, distributed in several
rooms, occupying setts vacated by white
children. In thts hitfh se.liool about tift v
crowded intu the recitation ro nn of the
upper room, into which they had been in
vited by the teacher in clurgc, to await the
arrival of Prof. CUrk. Tney waited quiet
ly until the ariieai of the Prof., who in
formed them that he could not admit them
without having first consulted the school
board; that ho would confer with siid
board and would apprise them of the result
t us morning. The colored people there
upon dispersed, with the understanding
that this m irning they wouid bo given a
satisfactory answer to their demands. The
immediate cause of the movement was that
the colored school bull ling was surrounded
by sipe water and that theie was no coal
for fires iu the school, on which account
the school h id been closed for two days
this week. The former oldection could m
urged with greater force against the E;ev
ent! Btreet wbite school and was a matter
over which the school bourd had no control;
the water does not touch the first floor anJ
there is a good, solid, dry walk to, and
all around the school. The latter objection
was the result of willful neglect on the
part of the colored janitor, whosn business
Jt was to raise the coal (of which there was
over a ton on hand) above sipe water
Mayor Thistlewood's reply to Cul.
Charles Hamilton, is published elsewhere.
The mayor states the case very fairly, in our
opioion. The eost of the improvement pro
posed to be made by Col. Hamilton would
be a mere trifle, comparatively speaking
out of all proportion to the value ol the
privilego tho city is asked to give in return.
Furthermote, it will probably have
been abaerved by all who
read Col. Hamilton's communication
In, yesterday 'e Bollktis, that be carefully
avoids cVjo a promise to keep up the em
bankmen', in case the river should encroach
upon it; but says merely that they will "do
their level best to maintain it in good con
dition." It is claimed that the old company
did its "level bust" to maintain tho old em
bankment, under a solemn, positive agree-,
ment to maintain it. Tis proposition
of 0)1. Ilimilton isnot to mdntain it, but
merely to try to do so; therefore, If such pro
position were accepted by the city, a fail
ure to maintain the luvee would not oper
ate to deprive the company of any privilege
It might have obtained un ler this proposi
tion, if it could he proven that the com
pany did its"levtd best to maintain it." Cl.
Humilon "s letter was written on the 23d
ult.; at a time when the flood whs at its
height here, Bnd when he had some reason
to believe that tho cliiz-m aud authorise
of Cairo would grasp greedily at any off f
from anywhere, to place a hand full of dirt
upon the levees. But in this he was disap
pointed. Tho city came out of the flood
with flying colors, and ' Its emhankmeut
proved ample in strength and Inght. Col.
Hamiltuu's offer contemplates the expendi
ture of a thousand or two dollars to get
possession ot what coat the city over forty
thousand dollars, and also the saving of ten
thousand dollars or more which the com
pany would otherwise have to expeud for
an embankment upon which to run into
the city, The scheme is a good one for
the company ;-but it will probably fail.
UOOd St Via is (rood wnw rr,vn,l l.o.lth
good energy aud good will, but a bottle of
ut. uuil s Uouirti Syrup is a good benetac
tion that suffering humanity bas alvridy
letiruL-u to appreciate.
THE POUAS3ET TRAGEDY.
I read in this morning's Bdixbtin the
following passage :
"Charles F. Freeman, who sacrificed bis
child in frenzy over spiritualism atPocaaset
Mass., three years ago, and is row in a Ju
natic asylum, is regarded as having lecov
ered his reason, and is likely soon to be
released. "The child's life was los'," he
says, "through ignoranco and susperstition
Knowledge and science have saved mine
aud restored my reason through the rest of
I wish to correct part of this statement,
oy relerrtng to a tew facts. On May first
1879, in the town of Sandwich, Mass., this
tragedy was enacted. Charles F. Freeman
murdered his little four-year-old daughter,
as she was sleeping in ber bed; the mother
of the child consenting to the unnatural
deed. When Hittie Freeman was asked
by the officers if she knew her husband
would kiil ber child, she said, ' I knew he
would if God did not stay his band; but I
believed be would."
The day after the crime Freeman profess
ed great happiness, saying that he felt
"glorious 1 at peace with God and all man
He said he murdered bis child by direct
command of God, and he called the act a
sacrifice." He was an upright, honest
man, a conscientious christian, and good
husband aid fathsr, but be was a religious
crank. His deed was not malicious, bet
grew out of his earnest desire to be a thiid
of God. He expected to be bk-st of men
tor his unselfishness sod courage, and emu
lated Abraham and the div.ne Father who
gave their only sons as a sacrifice. He ai d
his wife had prayei most earnestly that
God would not require the lite of their child
at their hands; and they bad fiith that he
would wi'hhold the shinning blade from
the breast of innocence, when be saw their
fihh, trust and self-denial. In that
hope, was the knife thrust into the
warm heart of their idolized child, and in
horror and dismay did the frantic mother
realize mat its life was ixtinct. Oae hope
yet dawned, that of immediate restoration
life. She believed that this miracle
would be performed for. the benefit t f a
doubting world; thus strengthening the
evidence of scred history,! But alas! the
poor, deluded mother met witn the bitter
et disappointment, and according to ber
owu words "we were misguided, but none
tne less sincere." Her letters to ber sister
after the fatal deed, were full of agony and
despair, and from their abundance are tbesu
"Was ever sorrow like this sorrow? Was
ever grief like mine? Did I not know he
(Charlie) had faith and was sure God would
ttay bis hand, as were Abn.baniV, and no
Inrm come to EJdte O, sisterl if I did
not know all this, if our faith in God had
not bet n to implicit, I would be insane. I
could not live.
And Jusus ws it not bis will to take
her, and then raise her to life, and thus
show s s'eeping church, that there were
soiou who had faith in God, and that the
God of Israel lived, and so sure those who
know not truth. 0, sister! whom
will God lead if he didaot ust"
The letters toll of thu fatberii misery in
seeing his lifeless child, and how lovingly
he embraced the bleeding form as be offer
ed it to the Gol be feared. The whole
story is heartrending in the extreme, and as
Mr. Freeman truly said, grew out of "su
perstition and ignorance." Yet these un
fortunate parents were true, practical Bible
Christians, living up! to their ideas of Bible
commands. Their names were unknown to
Spiiitua'.ism, and Christianity alone is re
sponsible for their insanity (if such it was)
snd for the terrible murder of the sleeping
Bible-worship was also the cause of the
revolting crime committed a short time
ago by Mrs. S ipirck, of Milwaukee. That
christian mother slaughtered her three lit
tle ones; all under four years of age. It
wat stated that she cut off their limb, (ore
out their hearts and disemboweled thorn in
the most fiendish manner. We Cinaot
imagine the excitement and tortore a moth
er must indure to thus butcher her own
loved babes. Shu was strong in her reli
gious ardor, and spilt (he crimson blood
and tore the dimpled limbs of innocence,
believing that, as God approved of sacrifice
in others, ho required this of her and
would bless her work.
Will an ungrateful public record her
christian goal also as a "frenzy over Spirit
ualism?" It is a poor return for divine
faith, aud an unfair advantage to take of
these defenceless martyrs ot Christianity.
They sacrificed life Itself for their convic
tions, and whatever thair crime, they should
have tho benefit of truth. They were su
pers itious and dangeroua; but honest christian-,
and are entitled to justice, losteud of
Cairo, Ills., March 7th.
We know from experience that St. Jacobs
Oil will cure rheumatism, and we fcl tliat
we are doing simply an act of justice and
mrcy when we assert such publicy. Peoria
(III.) Daily Peorian.
LADIES. ATTENTIOM !
You now liave the opportunity to make newnrd
attractive, with briuht colors, your laded ribbons
and othT articles of apparel.
Every package of the
HADY PACKAGE DYES
IS WARKANTRDcapab'e of coloring more in
quantity aud better in quality than any other dyes
tliat have been offered. Price: 15c. per pnckHge;' 2
tor2oe. Iry them and you will be delighted.
CALL AND SEE SAMPLE COLOR CARD.
Oliio X-iOTree and
Cor. 8th St. U Wash. Ave.
aud Misses' School and Dress
every last iiom " it ' to "
You will find it to your interest to buy Shoes from
E & ROSE!
26n! IDCo nmer-
j Cairo, Illinois.
DRY HOODS ami NOTIONS,
a full linn of all h Intent. nwi-iit rMu't
n I qiu Itv. iiud t'C-t mnu( turn.
(JA-KF KT DKl'ARTMEX V.
Jtndv Brn... I, TiciHr e.. I. prt n, Oil
Cl-.thi. t ., Ac.
il and Gents'
TV I) pariin?n occuplM a fall tft snd
Is romolo n 1 i a t rriec'. loo4a art
K'i'anlH?d ot latent tt! and bc.t ma
terial. Bottom Pricf-8 and First-class fofwl!
One of tho abuve cms, special make,
guaranteed, fur Hale, to-day, 35.() at
ne ifuuetin otlice.
MA YOU THIS TLB WOOD'S HE FLY.
The folluwiDg letter (read at the last
ccuccil meeting; was written by .Mayor
Tliistlewoo'i to Col. Charles Hninilinn, in
eily totlid lattci'a offer to raUe the ciijf's
iitw leveo two feet ou couditiou taut (he
Louis & Cairo railroad be allowed
riht-of-way over it into the city;
Mr. Chat. Hamilton, gupt. M. L, 4 C. K. R.
: Dear Sir: Yonr letter ot' the 22d to
band hod. will l referred to the Ci'y Coun
cil at tlieir uext regular meeting which oc
curs to morrow. A press of business and
kLosving I could make ho detiaiw.iiianer
until coDfidt-iud hy them, have pwventW
me from replying to your communication
I doubt if they will look upon Your oro-
poaitiou wiili lavor; as our portion 'of the
levee his com m a large sum of money, and
la iu my iu iL'tnent oue of the strongest
embankuien:a aurroundine this citv; stand
ing during the la'e flood two feet above the
uiglicat water and showint; do signs of
weakness anywhi-ro. It his cost us too
much to surrender for so small a consider
ation. Wc expended last tall over ten
thousand dnlUrs iu widening and strength
ening ir. The entire cost now being; about
forty thousand dollars. The I. C. Co. has
Kiven orders to have the Ohio levee niued
from tw to three feet, which, with some Im
prnvpiiumtg upon the levee helonuioK to the
l,Ciro Trust Co.," and which improvement
I believe they have under consideration,
will make our p miiion almost impregnable
from high water.
Of the conclusions of tbe council I will
sdvlaejon at an early day.
?" N. B. TnisTLRwooD, Mayor.
Two yonn' Indies of Georgia, In a
spirit of inlsohii'votis plonsantry, treated
tlieir two younjr men cnllors to wasted,
sweet )otittnes. Tho veracious chroni
cler of tho Inutility sins that double
wi'diUnjr win llio outeomoof thooplHodo.
T'e vntmsr men took root, as it were,
(mm thnl time, in tho all'octioni of tliSj
t Min i vvro.'ii.
Mr - js
and RELIABLE CASH DRY GOODS HOU
Our "KENSINGTON' POLISlH
continues as popular as ever;;
and our Stock of Spring SIki-s
w now nrariy complete, a large'
iu voice having been received Sat-',
urdav, and consists tf Children's
Show, and Ladies' Shoes on!
Nonce. In Una ruimuu l)rrv itt: ur iv Jnn..
nnmnonrtlun or II 01 p r atck.
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NO. 80 0UI0 LEVEE, '
Cairo, - , - Illinois.