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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: J WEDNESDAY MORNINO, JANUARY 30, 1884.
The Daily Bulletin.
; Har7 Adams, the popular comedian,
It one of tbe main attractions of the Eunice
Goodrich combination at Opera House Fri
day and Saturday.
A civil suit to which a young man
named Redden, another named Barnbill
and Ed. Koehler and wife were parties,
was begun before Justice Robinson Mon
day, and is to be concluded to-day. Barn-
bill toes Eoehler and wife for the value of
two cattle, $38, which he claims were sold
for him by Redden to Eoehler and wife.
But before thw latter bad paid Redden for
the cattle, a creditor of Rudden's served a
garnishee "upon them and got judgment
against them in Justice Osborne's court.
The cjues'jon now arises, "whose cattle
were ttjejf if they were Barnburs, then
the i judgment obtained by Red-
den's creditors against Eoehler and
wife is n.g The defendants In the case
find themselves in an unpleasant position,
from which they will, however, probably
be rescued this morning, wben tbe attor
neys in the case, Mr. Geo. W. Hendricks
and Mr. Albert Smith, are to crow swords
and tell the court how be ought to decide.
Trains on the Texas & St. Louis road
were running as usual yesterday, coming
and going on time, contrary to tbe predic
tions of the day before. Tbe local represen
tatives of tbe road, particularly Mr. Loomis,
the agent, entertain no fear that a strike
will occur. On the contrary, Mr. Loomis
assures us that there is every reason to be-
icve, to far as be can see. that all matters
at issue between the company and the em'
plyesvill soon be amicably and satiafac
torily adjusted. The only source from
hich formidable hindrance to the opera
tion of the road could come is the locomo
tive engineers and firemen, who are firmly
banded together and whose places could
not be sopplied (in case vacated) by raw re
emits. But it is understood that a com'
mittee of tbe order is now in St. Louis
conferring with the officers of the company
with a view to bringing about a settle'
ment that snail not involve unnecessary
loas to either tbe company or its employes,
Tbe chief source of discontent is uncer
tainty. Tbe men are not posted a to tbe
actual state of things nor informed of what
is being done by tbe officials of the road to
bring about a speedy settlement. The re
ceiver has had charge of the road only six
ur seven days. Dunng this time he has
been entirely powerless to make any con
cessions to tbe demands of tbe creditors of
tbe road. He it subject to tbe orders of
tbe court in all matters involving expendi
tures other than those made necessary since
his appoinement. He eaa pay no debts of
tbe company, incurred previous to the re
ceivership, except by authority of the court
that appointed bim. Tbe first step ordered
to be taken after the appointment of a re
ceiver wu to take an inventory of tbe road
aod all its belongings. This has been
done. Tbe inventory from this end of the
line was sent to tbe main office on the 23d
instant, ' Tbia takes some time, of course.
All the inventories from local offices must
be sent to the higher offices, where they are
compiled and gotten ready for the court.
Upon receipt of the inventory the court will
direct the receiver what to do concerning
tbe claims against the company when the
receiver wu appointed. Claims for labor
are equal to first liens upon the property of
the debtor; nearly everybody knows this.
Hence tbe claims of the employes of the
company maybe regarded as safe, provided
the road it not sold to satisfy the first
mortgage bondholders, and for a sum lets
tbaa would meet the first mortgage bonds
and also tbe claims of the employes. As
yet there is very little reason to believe
that the road will be sold, and the chief
trouble with the employes probably is that
tbey art "hard up" and can't well wait for
their pay through the serpentine channel
provided by the courts. Tbe business of
tbe road, so we learn from Agent
Loomis, has recently Increased greatly
The freight traffic is three times as heavy as
it was ten days ago. If the business con
tinues at this rate and the affairs of the
road move along smoothly, it will not be
Iobk before the company will be able to
meet all past, present and future obliga
tions promptly. , But whether the business
will be permitted to move along smoothly
much longer under tne circumstances It a
matter of some doubt to say the least.
TTs can, without hesitation, say that Dr,
Bull's Cough Syrup hat given the belt sat
isfaction. We have sold an immense
amount of it during the past winter.
Wallace, Hiltoh & Co.,
Druggists, Lock Haven, Pa.
On Sunday evening the Methodist church
wu filled with an attentive and intelligent
audience. This it the fourth week . that
meeting have been held every night, and
the nterest is still increuing. , On Sunday
evening Rev, Mr. Searritt took for his text
the twenty-second chapter of Revelations,
seventeenth verse : ''And the spirit and the
bride say come; and let him that heareth
say come; and let him that is sthirst come;
and whosoever will, let him take of the
water tf Ufa f rooly." i
t He said the bride was the church and bid
them come, and those who bear, the word,
lot' thorn invite others to come; those
who art) thirsting for something higher,
I holier, art invited to come and whosoever
will (that word , moans the whole world)
are urged to'socept the free gift.
Mr. Searritt preached with more than bis
usual force and1 eloquence.' At the'close of
the service several persons' united with tbe
church pn probation. . ,. , .. i .1
During the past few weeks Mr. Searritt,
unassisted, has labored hard and earnestly,
and hat succeeded In awakening bis .luke
warm members from their lethargy into a
purer atmosphere - of Christian 1 activity.
Prodigals have turned 'their steps towards
their Father's home; sinners have been
converted ; many others have risen for
prayers and are seeking the true life. t.Tnia
is but the beginoiag - of the end, and we
hope jet to see a mighty tidal wave of sal
vation' roll through the church, and from
thence ever .the entire city. .uBut I have
prayed for thee, that tby faith fail not, and
when thou art converted, strengthen thy
brethren""." '' " """ M.
Neuralgic Rheumatism it the hardest
kind to tr est.,, Tbe only way , to get at it is
to go right for the cause ot it. Tne quick
er you get your blood in good condition
tbe Ji&s you will suffer in body and mind.
Athlnphorot moves directly on the enemy
in the blood. 1 purges-the vital fluid ot
the poisons and acids which give rise to
nturalgiq.asd rheumatic paina and inflam
mations. As soon at the work of cleanaing
begins you will feel tbe pain departing,
and by tbe time that , work it done the dis
ease has fled., V '
BAKER AND FARRON.
The simple announcement that theso two
famous comedians are to visit Cairo, will
cause such sn interest at has seldom been
experienced in our city with reference to
' These gentlemen have established such a
reputation throughout the country that it
seems superfluous for ut to tay any about
them. , '
They follow Irvine at tbe Olympic at St.
Louis this week, which is certainly good
evidence of their being first-elsss, to those
who believe nothing good can come from
any theatre io St. Louis but Pope,' Olympic
and the Grand. - - ' :
The piect selected for presentation here
is one of their original creations, entitled
''Cbris & Lena," or "Life on the Upper
Mississippi." , The play is one of the fun
nicst in the world.".
The prices of admission have not been
charged 30 and 73 ceata including reserved
seats. .. ! . f . ' - w-:i
W. F. IuMmm. river editor of i'be Bulleti
and steamboat Dasiener atftnt. Orders for all
kind! f steamboat lob printing solicited. OfHce
at Bower hnropeau Hotel, No. 72 Obio levee.
The Henry A. Tyler trom, Memphis is due
in the morning and should leave at 6 p. m.
sams day. . u
The City of New Orleans which has been
harbored bete during tbe ice siege, will
commence rsceiving freight to-day for New
Orleans. J'JV1 11
The Golden Crown wu advertised to
leave Cincinnati yesterday.
The Gus Fowler did not report until 8
'clock last evening. - She wu detained by
fog and from appearancea would bave lay
here until this morning, u the fog was too
heavy to vesture running.
Our streets look u though a vut mortar
bed bad been prepared by skillful hand for
plastering purposes. "
John Young is going on the transfer But
ler Dunean u one of her pilots. ' John's a
Tbe. Memphis papers give tbe W. P.
Halliday the credit of being tbe first boat
to advance the rate on corn in the bends to
15c per hundred, aud : the Argus here con
firms the statement We beg leave to differ
with them, as the Bella of Shreveport was
the first boat to make, the raise, 'and all O.
line boats since that time have stood up to
the 15c rate: " '
The Guidjag Star, flag ship of the South
ern transportation line, will doss ud for
Cincinnati to-morrow morning early. She
bat 800 balsi of cotton for reshipment here
via rail east. The Star' had a big trip go
ing down and a flrst-clua trip coming up.
It there is any business in steamboating
Capt. Hegler will always get his share by
tbe way. The Guding Star is to be one of
the Mardi Gras steamers, leaving Cincin
nati for Mardi Gru at New Orleans, which
takes place there on 27th- ot , February.
When the Star leaves Cincinnati we will
make special notice of it.
Don't forget that the Guiding Star leaves
here tor Cincinnati early to-morrow morn
ing. See W. F. Lambdin, passenger agent,
Old predicators have commenced making
predictions of dsvutation and ruin already
for the coming spring in the Ohio and
Miss, floods of greater magnitude than aver
known and the d 1 to play generally. Tbey
know just at much about what , will tran
spire this spring u ( the wild man from
Borneo oan tell you in regard to cabin or
deck rates from Cairo to Few Orleans. '
No arrival yesterday to disturb the peace
and quietude of the wharf boat proprietors
and clerks, ' -lt ' ''''
It looks at though pilot are toon doom
ed to solituds whlle jou duty, The first
step taken in the matter was by the Eagle
Packet Co. at St. Louis tba other day,
which exeludes '.all .putengera .from - the
pilot house while the) boat 'it , under way!
This it a good step taken by the Eagle Co.
and will no doubt meet with universal ap
proval by all steamboat line. Tbe pilot
house was alwtyi a great resort for passen
gers, and ladies especially which many
times . interfered with the duties of tbe
pilot. The lives of all on board are, to a
great extent, at the mercy of the man who
atandsat the belm. It 'is all important
that he should have nothing todraw hit
attention from his responsible position.
The Ella Kimbrough deflered leaving for
Memphis until yesterday morning 8 o'clock
on account of fog and some repairs to
It looks as if navigation is about to open
up in "good shape." Tbe Springer left
Evansville Monday evening. The Wyoming
and Schenck followed yesterdsy.
Boot & Shoe
No. 80 Com'l Ave., Bet 5tb & 6th 8te.,
Jnsf received a full .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
wtlca ho will sell at tbe lowest bottom prices. It
comprises the best of ST. LOUIo HAND MADK
and of BOSTON MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
and CHILDRBX'.i HHOKS, and GBNTS' RUB
BER BOOTH and SHOBe.
tr Wo also make to order anything la our lino
of tbe best material and workmannhlp.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Prto Paid for Wheat
"CITY GUIS" STORE"
Oldest in the city; established in 1862-
tuB i Ave., Between win ana una oie.
MANUFACTURES ft DKA.LER IN ALL KIND 8
Ammunition of all descr'pMons always on hand at
General repairing In all kinds of metal. Keys
fall descriptions made order, aod eatlsfactlon
warranted. Ulve me a call, and be convinced for
yoorseir, at the a go of the "Bit uun ."
JOHN A. KOEHLER.
8m Proprietor, Cairo. IU.
Q.EORGE H. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
SDeclal attention naldto the Homeoiathtc treat
ment of surgical diseases, and dlseaeea of women
OFFICB On Ulh street, opposite the Post
omce, Cairo, ill.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Are., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, BLBCTRO-VAPOH A HO MEDICATED
administered dally. . .
A lady tn attendance.
QR. W. C. JCCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth street, near Comnerrlal Avenoi
nR- E. W. WHITLOCK,
OrvioB No. 18. Commercial Avenne, between
tehth and Ninth Htreeu
rjieE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, . Illinois.
71 OUIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
THOS. W. HAIiLlUAY
gNTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
P. BR088. President.
H. WELLS, Oaihler.
T. i. Kerth, Ass't cash
Peter Neff William Woll
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a ,k ;
K.A. Bader.. ...... " II. Walls..
j, aa uimioa.um, ' u, v. raiier....
i , , J. x. Clemaon, Caledonia. , ,
A0K!tlBA.LBANKJ5Q BTJSIHla DQtll. r
Izehange sold and bonght. Interest paid , It
the Sartnge Department. Collection aaaUo and
aU boolmaea prompt!; atuaded to.
Wm. Ludwie,.'& Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Purs, Wool,
Wm. Ludwip; &
Relieved and cured without snrgiclal operation, traps toctare or detection from labor by Dr. J. A.
Sherman's sytum. Patients from abroad cad receive treatment and levo for home same nay. Rnp
tare and trax.es came Inmbujo, kldne and bladder affections, affect tbe norvons system. Impair
mill hood and brini? on impotencr and other deplorable ailments. All these troubles removed and
primitive siiunanea restored bv ur. Hherman treatment, boob, who continuoua indorsements rot
the past ihl'ty five years from physicians, merchants, clergymen, farmers and others who have been
cared, mallei for tea cents. One Smvthe, of the Vienna Institute, St. Loals. Mo., has alter d the like
nets of cure 1 na'.ieuti In Dr. Shermtn'i illustrated pamphlets, hired men to personate them, and pub
Holies them as patients to he cured. This bold fraud to dope tie afflicte i Is fully exposed In an lllua-
tratcd circular which Is sent to an one who writes for it. nmce the reaurtton or term patients are
dally comina from a'l parts of the country for treatment. Day of consultation at New York.oiVce, SSI
Broadway, Monday, Tuesday and Saturday each week.
Mutual Life & Accident
at cairo, illinois,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
j Law or 1U83.
fcl COPYRIGHT SECURED.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Matnal Aid 8oi
cluty, organized July 4th, ib.7, under ' ;
tho laws of 187-4.
JOHN H. ROBINSON.
1. A. GOLliSTINE....
C. W. DUNNING
THOMAS LEWIS ,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Strntton A Bird, yro-.ers, Cairo, 111.,
i. A. Goldstine, ofGoldstlne A Rosenwater, whole
sale aud retnl dry good; C. W. Dunning. M. D. j
Pre. Bd. M l Ft., for Pensloni; Albert Lewis.
corammaM , . v Uatit.; J. H. Robinson, county
ludee aun tiutitry public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and insurance agent; R. H. Balrd, city
street supervieor; M. i'hiliipi, carpenter and build
r; Thomaa Lewis, attornev and secretarv ; B. V.
Pierce, attorney-at-law, DuQaoln IU.;E. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial BanK, Ashler, III.; Albert
llayden, cashier of Qoorge Connelly A Co., Spring
Held. M ; B. M. Munn. attorney-at-law. 16S Ran
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Bobt. A. Hatcher, at-tomev-atlaw,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Lelghton,
cashier First National Bank, smart, Iowa.
A New and complete Hotel, fronting o.
Second and Railroad Streets,
Tbe Tassoneer Depot of the Cnleago. St.
and -ew Orleans: Illluolo Central; Wahaeh, ft.
Louis and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern .
Mobile and Ohio; Cairn and 8t. Louts Railways
are all Juet across the street; while the Steamboat
Landing 1 bat one square distant.
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Bells.
Automatic Flro-Alarms. Baths, absolutely pure air,
pertect sewerage and complete appointments .
Saperb furnishings; perfect service; and an on
Li. V. I'AHKK 11 te CO.. 1hbsums
A Practtcal Telephone for Social and
Business Purposes, Uneqaaled for .
Private and Public Llnea.
Sold Outright for S8.00, No Ex.
. orbltunt Hent.
Thsy are In every war far superior to tho many
Amateur Mechanical Terephonei now being sold
throughout the country. They art the only tela-
phones having an Automatic Lino Wire
and they are the only Telephones that
tected by an Outdoor Lliihtnlng Ami
bine mire Tigatnor
mat are pro
sounds are delivered in clear and natural tones.
They are tbe neatest, must durable and reqatre less
attention asd repairs than any other Telephone
nade. Bond lor oar Illustrated etrtulsr Agents
wanted. THE U. 3. 1KLSPHONI CO., . i,
Nos. It U West B., siadiaoa last ;
P.O. Box as, San
'7N - U' 1 3-5.
AVENU& CAIRO. ILt
Prteea 1 Paid for
Beeswax and Tallow.
By addressing GEO. P. HOWELL A CO., 10
Spruce St . New York, can learn the exact cost
of aty proposed line of AOVi.KTISINO In Amer
ican Newspapers'. srioO-paga Pamphlet, 10c.
on Jaraus Blver Va.r in a north
ern settlement. Illustrated cir
cular Iree. J. F. MANCHA.
Claremont, Virginia. ..-.. ),
For Many Reasons. - '
Bcnsnn's Capcine Poroai Plasters eicel all
other eiten.al remedies . Prompt, highly medici
nal . 25 cents.
I have a positive remedy f nr the shore disease ; by ita
use thousands of caia of theworntkindandof lona
atandma have been cured. Indeed, no atrnn. is mr
fitbiniurfaca,tht I will awdTWO BDTTLKS
FRBE,tostn.rwith a VALUABLE TRKATlSKon
this diseas., to any snfTerer. !ive eipreaa and P.
address. Da. T. A. SLOOU . 1H1 Pearl bt.,NW Toa
of Volumt ia year. The choicest literatme of the
world. Catalogue froe. Lowest pric es ever known.
Not sold by deal' rs.- Sent for examtnaiiod before
paymeni on evidence r giHid faltu, ,. ,
JOHN B. ALDliN", Pahllsher, '
P.O. Box UW. 18 Vey St.,NewTork'
I CUKE FITS!
When I say ears I do not mean merely to stop thans
for a time and then have them return af sin, I mean f
radii'al cur. Ihav. mads the disease of I ITS, PI-
LKP8F OaFALLINU SIOKNKSSelire
I wtfruit m Nml v to ear. the wont cam
otban bav.fauad ia norewon f or not now rmrvtoB a
eure. Oena a onoe lor i reuiieanaai'wetoiuooi
eosU yoa nothing toratrlaKand Iwillcureyoe.
' Addnaa Da. U. O. HOOT, lbS Pearl St. NewYott.'
Infaulbl.ienwdy. Uive Express ana iMMomao. u
617 St. Charles Etreet, ST. LOUIS, MO.' ,
A. rwfula Graduat. of twe mtdleal '
)lleges, has been Ioniser engaged In the tr.at-
lent of Chronic, Nervous. Hkm and
31ool Diseases than any other rhyslelan In
dents know, t'onsn 'tatloti .t nflice or Br mail.
trt and Invlt.rt. A fpfpnif'v t.tk nr h la nrilnlnn '
i. ijOuiB. as citv 4iniiei's en.w anil an 010 r..i
costs nothing. When It lilneonreni.'iit tovlilt '
tbe city .or treatment, ineillrliies cn be sent
by mall or upris t-vcrvwhere. Curable eases
guaranteed; where dciibt exists It la frankly
staled. Call or Write.
Wenroui Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weaknsss, Mercurial and other
. affaoUons of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Bheumatlsm, Piles. Speoial '
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES recoiva special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Exaesssay :
Indnlgsneas orExposurns. -
It Is self-evident that a physician paying
particular attentlun to a Haas 'l'i'i-i attains
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