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THE DA III Y CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDai MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, issa.
The Daily Mletin.
(Texekal local items.
Mc in himi eointuim. in '
tnh tnmoD sort wbnther nmrked or not, ilcHcn
Utcdto fowrdnr mu bimlneM Interim r
Mr. K. A. Trousdale, of the Metropolis
IVuioerat, ww in town yesterday.
Mr. V. Hosier ropJiiriny the rcur ernl
of his Iioue at the corner ot Eighth atrt-et
And Commercial avenue, recant ly vacated
by Mr. During.
Grand oyster lunch to niht at Good
Lurk saloon. 1
Ut v. T. M. llog'b announced to preach
to -morrow in M. Joseph' church, sends a
a dispatch that he will be unable to fill
The river is wy down now and driv
ers of teams who go down the levee to
water their animal should be careful lest
they dr.veowr thu wall mi l go down under
The annual election of the Hiberuiau
fire company will be held Saturday night,
the eighth instant, All members arc reques
ted to attend. 2t
Some sheets and pill w slips were
stolen from Mr. W. A. Rice's residence
Thursday night, entrance being pained by
means of a window from which a light whs
carefully taken nut.
No bills or accounts against this office
will be allowed or paid, except those ac
companied by a written order signed by the
proprietor. The Bulletin is in no way
responsible for the bills of its employes.
Notice to that effect was given several years
The Wabash railroad company has fin
ally con billed the purchase from Col.S. S.
Taylor of the piece of ground necessary to
reach its Mississippi levee right-of-way
without crossing the Illinois Central track
ft second time. The removal of its freight
traffic from Commercial avenue ouuln now
to be a question of but very little time.
Five aldermen met at the council
chamber last night anil adjourned over un
til Monday night in order to permit the
work on the city's levee to be finished. Al
derman McIIii!ewi;i push the work to its
conclusion to-day. The council will meet
Monday night, refer the claims to the com
mittee on claims and dispose of them final
ly Tuesday night.
The negro George II idgins. who was
found in possession ot a pistol, two pocket
books and some el 'thing stolco from Mr.
"VV. A. Hice, was ex imine i by Justice Hob
inson yesterday and held to bail in the sum
of $00. lb; refuses to acknowledge bis
guilt, claiming to have bought the pistol
whin q ute new, an I the cl thing seomd
banded tr l.V).
The report of Chief Myer. for the
month of August, shos th it only siry ar
rest were ma le, a s u Viler numoer than f.r
most oinD'.hs previous, though a larger per
centage of them were important. There
were twenty fir drunkenness; fifteen, for
assaults; ten, for v lganey ; four, tor gam
ing; rive, for disorderly conluf.t; two, for
larceny; three, for burgliry, and one for
carrying concealed weapons.
Some very important improvements
have been made in the circuit court room at
the court house, by ord'.r of the county
board. All the old fragments of dirty
plastering wns knocked off the walls and
ceilings, and new pi istcr put on, the work
being done by Mr. J oh a M:Even. The
ball now has a very neat appearance, and is
a credit to the county, whereas it was a dis
Dr. T. H. Hood, of Washington, I). C,
was at The llalh biy yesterday, lie is a
commissioner of pensions and camo here
for the purpose of establishing anew board
of medical examiners of pensions. The
old board, consisting of Dr. . G. Gordon
and Drs. G. G. and I). II. P ukcr, resigH" I .
The new board consists of Dr. C. W. Dun
ning and Dr, Sullivan, ot this city, and Dr.
Loony, of Vienna.
It is announce 1 tliHt I'rof. G. A. M.
Storer and Miss Hi la Corliss are to be
United in marriage mi the 12th of this
month, which is next Wednesday. The
announcement will be received with pleas
ure by tho cm nuiiity. Both young peo
ple are favoiites of Cairo society, and they
will have the best wishes of everybody for
the fu'.urc that lies before them. The wed
ding is to be a quiet one and is to occur at
the elegant rcsideueo of the bride's parents
A white man named J no, II. Grant
camo up from I'ljm Point Tliurslay night,
in a seriously sick condition, and took hog
gings at Mr. Joseph StenioiU's. During the
night lie got worse, groaned fearfully an,
called continuously for water which he
drank by the quart. lie rufimed to permit
a doctor to bu called. Yesterday inntnin
he was found dead in bis bed. Coroner
Fitzgerald held an inquest over the reiiiuhis
and they were bu'ied yesterdsy at 1 1 1 u
seveu-milo grave-yard, lie Wus from Koe
1 lie new firm of Clark & Iivctt Bhould
arrest the attention of all who have any
painting, paper-hanging, picturn-fraiuing,
window-curtaining or cornice-decorating to
do. Both members of the firm are old cit
izens and are most favorably known
throughout the city. Mr. Clark Is a practi
cal painter, a thoroughbred puper-hanger
and picture framer, etc. He lias Men In
his line of business long enough to know
where and how to obtain the best goods at
the cheapest rates, and he knows just bow
to handle them after be gets them. Mr.
Lovettisa young man of good business
qualities, gained by many years' experience.
Ho will have charge of the books of the
new concern. The firm has now one of the
largest and most varied stocks of wall
paper, mouldings, curtains, pictures ami
picture-trames, and of all things thereunto
appertaining, in the city. It is also pre
pared to do painting of every description,
from a dray to tho finest family vehicle,
and from a board fence or house to the
most delicate letterings and shadings of a
fancy sign. People who have any work in
this line to do should not fail to take ad
vantage of this firm's peculiar fitness for
A curious coincidence is said to have
occurred in the circuit couat at Kingston,
Ga.. recently. The judge, in his hurry to
etupannel a grand jury, selected thirteen
men from the number in the court room.
The law requires a small child to draw the
names from a box, and when the manner
in which the jury had been selected was
discovered, the entire business of the jury
was set aside and a new jury was ordered
When the names were drawn from a lot of
200 the names were the same that had been
chosen 1 y the judge.
The Argus man is almost alone in bis
glory. He is try cranky old black ram o
the white flock a low grade monstrosity
in the high grade camp. He must feel
lonely and awkward doing business on
Commercial avenue; he is certainly in the
wrong pasture, We pity him, but can not
help hi tr. Time may change his color;
many give him correct views ot what con
cerns his immediate surroundings, and thus
enable him to find congenial companion
ship on the avenue. Certain it is, that the
high-graders are too many for hirmvhere he
now is and he must cither come up with
them or move down into the bottoms.
Argus: "Tim Bl.lXKTtx this morning
quotes many people as in favor of the till
ing up scheme who are surprised to see
themselves so put down." We ask the Ar
gus, in all seriousness, to mention the names
of those whom Thk Bl'i.mctin was misre
presented. The Argus makes an unqualified
statement.-' We assume that it knows what
it is talking about, it owes it to itself, to
truth and to The Ik'U.ETiN, to lay asile
this vamie, general way of assertion. If
tho Argus will mention the name of a single
man whom we have misrepresented,
we shall cheerfully give such man the ben
efit of a correction if he desires it. This
matter is too important a one to be trifled
with, and we want no misrepresentation mi
eittier side. We challenge the Argus to
give the names.
It appears that we misunderstood Al
l.rmiii MclIaV, as to his position on the
proposition to till Commercial avenue, and
we cheerfully mike the correction, regret
ting the err r more than hi possibly cm,
He wi ild vote in the ouncil for tilling the
avenue, provided the greit majority of the
property-holders there will signpapeip show ing
the whole amount each is to
pay, such to be ascertained
by careful surveys an 1 estimates made by
competent men. This is his portion as
alderman. As a property-holder alone, he
is in tavdr of tliu Commercial avenue grade
for the entire city, including the low lots;
but is not prepared to say that lie would
vote to have the work done. He would be
in I'avtir ot the high grade if he thought the
city and the people could bear the expense
of establishing it.
The fact that our levees were the
finest in' the country last year and are
so to day and that they kept out the great
est Hood ever known last year and can do
so again, ocmrr no our people and
oil; neighbors with the u'niost confidence
in our safety. But tho fact that tlwy no
sot infuse Hiieh confidence, as was amply
proven l ist year and since, is positive proof,
that however successful they may be in
keeping nut a booming river, us infusion o
confidence they are and must ever be, a fail
u re. Year of experience has proven that,
no matter how strong our levees may be,
whenever the river reaches within a few feet
of the top, runl six or eighth abovo the bot
tom ol the basin inside, business within that
basin is paralized, merchants and people
are in a fever of excitement continually
rush a dozen times a day to the levee "to
see what the river is doing" and rush back
again to stand with their hands
in their pockets and chins
on their breasts, thinking what wouid be
come of their worldly possessions "if the
levee should break." .Strangers aie invmi
ably appalled, and would shrink fr mi Un
bare thought of putting what money (hey
might have to invest, where, they feel sure,
it would be in constant danger of being car
sie.l sway by the mad Ohio. While v
pcrienco has proven that we are entirely
sale, it has also proven that the fear of not
being safe, exists alHhn same, mid is exactly
as pirali.ing t.) our prosperity m actual
danger would be. Experience has proven
these things, though we Cairoiles do not
like to admit thm, not even to one another;
but the time has eiimu when wo must "ite
knowledge tlm corn" and have it removed
or remain crippled tor life,.
A Street Spnsatlnu.
Cri v ok MKXico.-Tliero is a i-emiim,
sensation on tnu streets or this city, from
the sale ol printed verses, gotten up 'by an
i iiterprisingmiirclmiit, setting forth t,o won
derful cures wrought by tho great pain
reliever, St. Jacobs Oil. All classes buy it.
Ml'.NK'lPAL BANKRUPTCY, THE Alt
Gl'S' GKKAT dlUGANOO-WHAT
IT AMOUNTS TO.
Candor compels us, even at the risk of be
ing discourteous, to admit, that the Argus'
war upon the street filling project has been
a most imbecile one from beginning to end,
and in every minute particular as well as
in the nggrigate. It has been a stupendous
conglomeration of the most stupendous ami
palpable errors. Errors of simple fact,
errors of theory, errors as to premises, errors
in conclusion; errors legal, errors ruethainat
icul, errors historical, logical, problematical;
crrots grcHt and small, above and below, to
the right and to the left, horizontal, per
pendicular, triangular and rectangular.
Errors also of syntax, but worst of bII, er
rors as to another species of tax.
In Thursday's issue the Argus quotes an
item from the New York Sun, w hich speaks
of a little city of Elizabeth, New Jersey, us
being "the most hopelessly bankrupted city
in the world." The assessment value of its
propei iy is $l3,r00,ono, vvhilu its bonded
debt is $7,000,000, bearing7 percentinterest.
The Argus has been persistently predicting
the financial ruin of this city, if the street
tilling project in even attempted, and in the
aksoiiec of a single fact justifying such a
conclu ion, in the absence even of any pos
sibility of mch a result, we are compelled
to assume that the Argus' wish is father to
the thought or else must charge the thought
to downright stupidity and ignorance. But
if it did not wish Cairo's financial ruin be
fore its prediction, it will wish so now, for
a prophet, even though he be an evil pro
phet, never enjoys being proven an untruth
The Argus evidently grasped at the item
quoted as a mirror in which Cairo might
sec herself should the street filling project
be commenced, for on tho local page it
makes the following satirical comment :
"They had men of broad views and enter
prising down in Elizabeth, N.J. The prop
erly owners there generally now wish they
had not been blessed with so many broad
And again ;
"We call attention to an article on fourth
page from the New York Sun, headed 'A
Bankrupt Town.' Every Cairo property
owner and taxpayer should read it thought
fully. It beautifully illustrates the situation
of a town that its creditors have cornered."
Ignoring the complete perversion of our
meaning when speaking of the manner of
men it took to build a city, ami that were
admired by the world, we insist that there
is not now, and there never can be, any
comparison between the city of Cairo and
Elizabeth, in so far as the financial condi
tion of tht! two places is concerned. Eliza-b-th's
debt is neatly two-thirds of its assess
ed valuation ; Cairo's bonded debt is consid-
etably les than one-fifth ot the asessed
v-i'jie of lo-r property this year. We insist
tli it Cairo is to-day in an excellent financial
condition, in a better financial condition
than she has been for twenty years back;
that the m -n who have brought about this
favorab'e state through years of wise man
agement, and w ho have just reason to be
prou l of their success, would not if they
coiil i mar the monument of their wisdom,
Bil l ( OLI D NOT IF THKV WOULD add ONE
IOTA TO THK RONDEI) DEBT
nK 111 K CITY OP IJAIKO.
It' the Argus publisher will borrow a copy
of the constitution and laws adopted by the
people of Illinois in 1870 (which, by the
way, ate still in force) and turn to
s -ction l'J of aiticle iv, be will find that all
ii.unicip ilit'e s in the great statu of Illinois
no- prohibited from incurring a bonded
d- to, including the debt existing at the
time of the ad iption of the constitution, of
more than live per c nttiin of the total as
s sse I villi'; of the real and personal prop
city of such municipality. At the time of
the adoption of this provision, Cairo's debt
was anea dy in exciss nf this constitutional
limit, and since 1871) no bonds for any sum
or any purpose cntild have been issued by
the city o C iir ; nor can any bo issued, not
even by a unanimous vote of the people
until this constitutional provision shall have
been rcpeilcd, or until the city's bonded
debt shall have been reduced below the
in ixiinuin amount fixed by the constitution.
We assure the Argus that the gentlemen
who are nt the head of this movement to
build a city here, have not shared in its
ignorance of this state of things, and have
neither igoorantly nor purposely planned to
overrule this iiimui moim'sb e constitutional
oliHtiHe lying j tho W(Vy to municipal
b inkruptcy. They were aware of its ex
istence and would not have it removed if
any coul I. But the constitution and laws
provide a different means for making public
improvements - the special assessment plan.
By this plan no bonds will need to be is
sued by the city. The larger portion of the
benefits of any public improvement iuc as
sessed u pi m the property abutting such iiu
pio.etnent, and, under tho Mncgu bills,
owners of such properly are given all the
time they may want, not to exceed twenty
years, to in -et these assessments. The city's
share will be a very small share and, of
conise, will have to be pari for at once,
This our city is amply able lo do much
morn rapidly than it will be called upon to
"Municipal Bankruptcy" Is utterly im
possible to Cairois only nn ldlo
croak from the crow of tho swamps,
that is more impotant mul more silly than
the babbit! of a babe. If the Argus man
really had a proper appreciation of the great
itnportatice of this subject and were really
sincere in bis opposition to the proposed
improvement, ho would tako tho trouble, to
post himself concerning its most important
details, and would then not publish such
ridiculous trash, which lays him liable to
the chage of either ignorantly or purpose
ly decieving his readers.
YESTERDAY'S HOTEL AlTlUVALS.
Victor I). Vandemall, St. Lou1b;C. S.
Olrieh, Anna;Saiii Meyer, Chicago; Geo. L.
McMuny, same; Thos. Clarke, Jackson;
Chas. Landry, Mobile; Geo. W. Simmons,
Cincinnati, Ohio;T.D.Kutz, samejJ.Forcth,
Evansvllle; J. N. Cook, Vincennes; J. R.
Blair, Danville; Herman Glass, Evansville;
C. B Stanton, Chicago; Samuel Botkins,
Cobden, Ills.; J. Mendlc, Cincinnati, Ohio;
S. L. Mosby, St. Louis; G. W. McMillum,
same; J. F. Stevens, Winston, Tex.; Sam
Lynn, Paris, Tex.; W. O. Sims, Saratoga,
Ark.; J. R. Taylor, Joncsboro, Ark,; Miss
Puttie White, Jackson, Term.; AV. McRao,
Camden, Ark.; Mrs. W. A. Patterson, same;
Miss Annie McRea, same;W. E. McRac
and wile, same; Miss Emmie N'utton, same;
J. II. Morgan, and wife, same; S. W. Mal
lony, same; A. R. Pryinhouse, St. Louis;
W. W. Rorsman, Texas; .1. B. Lassitu, St.
Louis; Muise Leny, Camden, Ark.; .Ins.
Cotton, Sulphur Springs, Tex.; S. W. Sim
mons, same; B. F. Jones, same; B. M. Mors
ham, same; G. G. Kinipti, same; R. P. Jcff
ress, same; J. W. Holloinan, St. Louis;
Bryon Barrett, Cincinnati; W. B. Hood.
Washington, D. C; Geo. Pitcher and fam
ily, Pt. Coupee, La.; F. Johnson, CVntralia;
EdPolletz, Chicago; H. Broddeker, same;
J. A. llaggerty, same; C. Kohr, Jonpsboro,
Ark;T. P. Leonard, Paducah; Mrs. Coffee,
Blandville, Ky.; C. S. Black and wife, Cam
den, Ark.; Miss Annie Brown, Ren, Frank
lin, Tex.; W. M. Galtin, Galtin, Ark.;T. B.
Lee, Winona; F. M. Simps in, Vienna, 111.;
R. P. Cox, Cincinnati; A. W. Lewis, Pulas
ki, I'd.; Thos. Faulkner, Clinton, Ky. ; E.
C. Godson and wife, St. Louis, Mo.; J. W.
Hall, Fulton, Ivy.; T. V. Kennan, Little
C.J. Wiley, Paducah; W. F. Perdon,
same; Henry Mason, same; A. J. Andrews,
Memphis; W. D. Phillips, same;). R.
Hobbs, Centralis; F. P. Morris, same; J.
Eil wards, same; W. E. Spear, same; C.
Reed, same; F. Neibauer, DongoU; Henry
Rendleman, Alto Pass; 8. M. Stevens, Terra
Haute; Brotherhood Locomotive Firemen,
thirteen members; J. H. Farnsworth, Louis
ville; E. S. Tuthill, Dubuque; F. McShane,
Memphis; John . Joslyn, Cincinnati; R.
Dugas, St. Louis; C. M. Cooley, Chicago;
Wm. Walters, Kalamazoo; John W. Wite
same; Sam McDoogall, Ky., George Fritz,
The recent storms in the south of Ire
land have almost destroyed the crops. It
was said a few days ago that should there
be a crop failure within three years in that
district rents would nut he paid as they
were too high to allow of two good years
making up for one bad one. It is, there
fore, most unfortunate that when the pro
spects were really promising, the very first
season after change of reuts brings scarcity.
Advantage will be taken ot the fact
throughout the south and west of Ireland,
where a general stand against payment of
any rent this year may shortly be expected.
IE ITER LIST.
LIST OK I.KTTEHS HKMAIN1M1 IWCALLKl)
KOIl IN THK I'OSTOFKICK AT CAIRO, ILL.,
S ATL'KDA V, SF-PTKMIIER 8st, 1883.
LAW ES' LIST.
Dudley, M A
Shaner, Maggie 2
Wheeler, S A
Bailey, Nellie 2
2 Thompson, Licinda
Williams, May J
Cowell, James G
Bryant, G II
Critden, Chas E
Flueler, J E
Gardner, J L
Keairns, Mike 2
Scott, T F
Todd & Co
Waters, S S
Gibsen, W A
Hammond, A m II
Morgan, L A
Whitaker, W S
Wood, R W
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Wm. M. Mimpnv, Postmaster.
PROPOSALS FOR FILLING THE LI
Proposals will bo received at tho oflleo
t.f 11. II. Camlets until noon of September
10th, 18811, for hauling 4,000 yards, more
or less, of earth upon the A. R. Safford
Memorial Library lots on Washington ave
nue, between Kith ami 17th streets, Pro
posals must statu th'i amount per cubic
yntd and not includo tho cost of the earth.
. AH bids may be rejected.
Anna E. Sapporo.
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Ilisinfect your PBKMISKS. Wo have a lanro
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BR0M0 CHL0RAL1JM, (JIKOSDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc,
Also (iKNUINK DALMATIAN
iiiitircn In tw.t column. u;kih cunts per Inin fur
SnMniiil live rtoiu imr Hub t-ch uhHiient iin-ir-li.ii.
Knr mil! work, :lccni iierlim:. Kor imo
month. So cmos rr lino
Music books hound at $2.01) per volume,
tf A. W. I'vatt, 77 Ohio Levee.
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
LAST ( 1I.VNCE
ONLY TWKNTY-FIVK HASMOKEll!
In which to buy your Pry Ooods, Cloth
ing, Hats and Csps, 1, 'idles and Children's
Mines, Men's lints, Vc, A;.:. On Sept.
20th, 18d, this Mile wi.l close. No ueh
chance was evei utl'ered in Cairo, to buy
goods at less than coxt an 1 almost your
own price. Stock lou-t bu closed out and
many bargains yt t remain. This is no ud-vi-rtiseinent
lor htincoinb. The sda k must
he sold to doie the cu of Win. Wolf.
We offer Brysn Bron Cu-tom Shoes for
f 2.50 and $2 ." ; former price, and
id. 75. Children',- Shoes, '.Vie., .VV., 75c. and
$1.00; goods that sob) le fore at 75c, ifl.00
and $1.50. Kverjtl.in else n low. Ladies
Hos-i at 5c. 10 .. L'Oe, :,nd HOe; formerly,
10c, 20c., ;!tlc. anO -10c. M.-n's Shirts that
sold at $ 1.50 and MO, now halt piiee.
Prints tor ;j)2c ,-lc, 1 'jC. and 5 Goodm-w
styles. Large sto, k ot Kilib ns that sold tor
Uc, 20c, 40e. and 50c p. r yard, now half
Remrmber thN w y'-ir la-t chsncc. Tin;
stock is still biru'-T. Ilavinijdone both a
w holesale and retail tr ie, we reipiired a
Many winter rood which mint be s-l I,
and will soon be niede.l, are now open. We
could write a papi-r lu'i of tpiotvions of
these goods; but ptefrr to have yon cal1
and obtain our prices and then compare
them itll priei-.- of goo l-i So. fill-Where.
Margains ill every line I'm tliose wlm w ant.
CO. Pah Kit,
P.S.-We sh t!l alt. r S-p 1, pss:, re
duce our stock of Groeerii-4, in t.rdi-r to
have it appriise I. Here ar- bargains a!-o.
820-lot C. O. P.
Huddle Hock Oysteis at !) liiuu (' Ohio
sr. furnish'"! to mi !"r rent. AppU to
Mis. M Movie, over the I" ll lot Shoe Stoic.
will buy a good lll'-'tl cmke 1 to h i at
I)e Mann's. tf
A large number of men w inted to make
staves. Steady employment given from
now until next spring. -Full wages paid.
Apply to J. M' Miv, K'-ctor, Ark., or to
Karnbakcr iV. Co., (Uiro, Ms. tf
Restaurant mid )j stcr II .use, ."id Ohio
Ilegi A Kuclier.
John ilegi and Kbi-rhard Mueller have
fotined a paitiieMhip in butchering and
will continue the business at the old stmid
of John lli",'i on Commercial avenue, be
tween HHh and ,'tlth. Old and new ctisto
niers are invited to call on them ami they
will linda full isortnient of the best of
cut meats at all times and all kinds of John
Ifegi's celebrated make of sausages during
the season. tt
will buv a good meal conked to order at
New Blacksmith Simp.
A new horst! slioeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. 1 Towers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmithing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
To all who are sulleiing from the crrots
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ajc, I
will send a recipe that will ct'rc you, kkkk
ok ciiauok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in Month America,
Send a sell addressed envelope to the Rev,
Josk.imi T. Inman, Htntion I)., New York
Huckieu s Arnica salve
The Rest Malvo !n the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Kores, Ulcers, Halt Rheum, Fever
Mores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Hkin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded, l'rlco
2.r) cents pur box. For salo by Barclay
Wohk Given Out. On receipt ol your
address we will make mi oiler by which
you ciin earn if:) to f7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. O. Wilkinson & Co., 1!5 and 11)7
Fulton Street, New York.
74 OH IO i.ky
and Cor. lifli & Wnsli. Ave.
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1'nilicnl.if attention U railed to tho
magnificent costume- worn In this
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