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The Daily Bulletin.
THB REASONS WHY.
THE COUHCIL BFBCIAL COMMITTEE TBLLi
, WHT, IN THIIB OPraiONS, THE COWCIL
HODLD BKVU8E THB T. L. C. B. B. CO.
KRH7MI0N TO CK08S WABHINOTOR AVE-
UB AND KEW LET BE STREET, Ai fOL-
TuiheCltyCooncll. ' Gentleho: uur special committet
to whom was refered on Not. 80th, 1883,
tbo petition of tli St. L iuis and Cairo
railroad company asking permission to lay
tracki across (nr rather alonfl) a portion of
Washington aTenue beg to report theraon as
While jour committet is aware that the
position of the city council in this matter
has been clearly shown and defined, and
made known to said railroad company by
denying similar applications heretofore
made and in defending that position, yet it
would seem right and proper to giTe such
reasons u the committee belieTes justify at
the present time the recommendations
First. The route indicated for the rail
road tracks to run would, no doubt, also
cross or rather run along New Leree street
near its intetsection with Washington aTe
nue, though not referred to in the petition.
Tour committee is informed that the St. L.
& Cairo railroad company does not own
any land abutting on either of these streets
at the points desired to be crossed. The
petition required by the city charter of the
owners of the land representing more than
one-halt of the frontage of tho street or so
much thereof u it sought to be used for
railroad purposes before the council has
power to grant the right asked has not been
Second. In the opinion of your commit
tee ft here exists no necessity whatsrer for
that company to lay tracks in or across
soy street of the city in order to reach its
depot grounds; but that it can by improring
the route it now uses, and has used for ser
sral years past, secure a permanent, safe
and desirable roadway into the city with
out crossing any street, andthe right of way
thus occupied has been repeatedly offered to
said railroad company by the owners of the
land. The only reason offered by the rail
road company for not improring its present
occupied route into the city is, that the cost
is claimed to be greater than by the route
crossing the streets petitioned for. Tour
committee does not deem this a sufficient
reason to justify the council in imposing a
perpetual tax ot incenTenience upon the
people.in thus using those streets. Besides
we bsliere that the council should emphati
cally declare its policy to be, in no inst
ance, grant the right to lay tracks in any
street of the city unless it wu shown to be
absolutely necessary to do so to enable a
railroad company to reach its depot
Under the law the city council is made
judge of this necessity, and not a railroad
Third. Tour committee does not betters
that this railroad Icompany is entitled to
the consideration claimed in consequence
of its statements as to ignorance of Wash
ington aTenue extended to the city limits.
and expenditures made at the time the
right of way' referred to in the petition was
acquired by the old company's receiver. It
had been previously perpetually enjoined
from laying ' tracks in that avenue
and New Levee street (eccept upon right
being granted by council upon petition of
property owners, etc.,) as to the expendi
tures made on the acquired right-of-way.
We are informed that the first grading was
done by the old company when it had no
title whatever to the land, but as trespass
ers and the work done by the present man
agement was in the facs of a perpetual in
junction, and without consulting the city
authorities in regard to tho right of-way.
Tour committoe further learns that the
right-of-way referred to was in effect a do
nation and can, no doubt, be exchanged far
the right-of-way now used by that company.
As to the improvements referred to in the
petition, we would like to see them go on;
but, when made, can be reached quite as
well by route at present used as by the
route across the streets as petitioned for.
Finally your committee does not believe
that there is now any consideration that
the St. L. & C. R. R. Co. can offer to the
city of Cairo to justify the council in grant
ing the right prayed for. Last spring wlisn
the city's levee needed widening and ex
tending, the general ' superintendent of said
company agreed to recommend that the
railroad company widen and extend that
levee in consideration of being permitted to
lay its tracks thereon. This committee heart
ly assented , to the plan and
the mayor recommended it in
his inaugural message, but nothing
came of the matter, the railroad company
did nothing and the city did the work on
New Levee. Tour committee believes it
useless to consider the subject further, and
as that railroad company is already using a
right of way into the city, which can be ac
quired and made a permanent one by the
censtruction of an embankment for its
tracks, and as we beliere it to be to the
interest of all concerned for that railroad
company to Continue to use that right of
way, and no necessity, such as should
Weigh in its favor for a change exists,
your committee therefore recommend that
the prayer of the petitioners be not granted.
0. N. Hushes, ,
B. F. Blake,
' Chai. Lancaster, ;
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 7, 1884.
W. f; 'Lbdii, nrer editor of Tai rtrr.i.KTiw
BUd Steamboat DAMnirM Uhni nwrtarm tt9 .11
klndtofateamboat joh printing solicited. Office
...... w. p uiuvo.ii uulci, no, ituniu javee.
STAOES OF THB RIVEB.
' Tbe river marked by the gauge at this
port at I p. ru. 87 feet 10 inches and ris
ing. Chattanooga, Feb. 8. Hirer 18 feet 8
inches and tailing.
Cincinnati, Feb. 6. Hirer 09 feet 5
inches and rising.
Leaisrille, Feb. 6. Hirer 84 feet
1 inch and rising.
Nsshrille, Feb. 5. Rirer87 feet 11 inches
Pittsburg, Feb. 6. Hirer 31 feet 11 inch
t Louis, Feb 5. Rirer 15 feet 6 inch
es sad rising.
,: Ths Chas. Morgan arrived here yesterday
morning with all the freight she could con
veniently "tote." Her guards wsre down
ia the water deep. She had about 1,500
tons of freight and a good many passen
gers. Cspt, Harry looked as though he had
a bonanza on board. The boat only re
mained here a few minutes and departed for
Kew Orleans at 11 a.m.
TbeDsridR. Pewsll from New Orleans ar
rived yesterday at 3:30 p.m. She had a fine
trip; discharged 1,189 ba'es of cotton at tbe
Vincecnes wharf, and 800 oarrsls of oil at
the I. C. wharf-boat. Departed last night
for St. Louis.
The Jas. W. Gaff arrived here at 9 p. m.
yesterday. She had a splendid trio; dis
charged about 75 tons here and added
about 40. Departed at 10 p. m.
How tbe hearts of a crowd swell and
throb with pitiless hatred against the man
who coughs during the performance at a
theatre, when they know he is too stingy
to invest twenty-five cents in a bottle of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup.
The City of Cairo frem St. Louis is the
first boat to lead out after the long suspen
sion of navigation between here and St.
Louis occasioned by the ice gorges. Bhs
leaves here early this moriing for Vicks
burg. The W. H. Cherry from Nashrille is due
this morning, and her regular adrertised
time for tearing is 10 o'clock this morning.
The Henry A. Tyler left Memphis yes
terday erening, and is due here to-morrow
The City of Baton Rouge left St. Louis
yesterday at 5 p. m. for New Orleans.
The reports from above on the Ohio are
alarming in regard to high water, and it is
feared that the rise will equal if not sur
pass tbe rise last year at Cincinnati, which
was 60 feet 7 inches. The only thine we
can see to prevent a repetition of last year's
high waters is a freei", which we hope we
will have soon.
The Golden Rule from Cincinnati is due
lo-oight for New Orltans. She' has alse
a big trip, and will tike but little if any
freight here this trip.
There was about 400 tons of war fitight
on ths Halliday and Phillips wharf-beats
Judge Coleman, passeneer nsent of the
Illinois Central railroad, returnsd vesterdsv
from a business trip south in the interest of
Don't forget that the great Iron Moun
tain rail road, bread gauge-, "all wool" and
"gilt edge," is the road for travelers geing
to Arkansas, Texas and all points to the
The Hudson is properly due here this
erening from St. Louis, but as she was not
adrertised in the St. Louis papers yesterday,
we are not prepared to announce her due
bore this sreniug for Paducah and Shaw-
The Buckeye State is coming, and you
can bet she is a "Jim dandy."
Another hemorbage in the Ohio. Show
ua tbe doctor who can atop it, and we will
guarantee him a big fee for his services.
The Gus Fowler had a big trip yesterday.
She brought down 1,500 sacks ot corn
besides otbsr freight and a large passenger
list. Got off for Paducah at 8 p. m.
The steamer Natchez bursted ber steam
pipe last Sunday near Baton Rouge, killing
a pantryman and badly burning a passenger.
The Hsnry Houston leaves Cincinnati
this evening for New Orleans.
Yesterday was one of the most disagree
ablo days of this winter. A steady ccld
rain prevailed throughout the day and was
kept up nearly all of last night.
Capt. Wash Thompson of tho Belle of
Shreveport wired us from Memphis that he
would arrive here thu morning for Cincin
nati, and says he wants all tbe Daiienfferi
he can get. As Capt. Wash ie well deserv
ing of passengers we will do our best to
accommodate him. The Shrevenort is first-
class, runs well, lirei high, and her officers
are unexcelled for courtesy. But the most
particular point is, to get your tickets of
W. r. Lambdin, passenger aget.
The treatment of Rhanmatiam and v.n.
ralgia through the blood, by the expulsion
oi , me poisonous acids tnerefrom, has
brought relief aid cure ia those supposedly
incurable esses known as chronic, and
where age was said to defy ordinary treat
ment. Mr. W. L. Seymour, of Williston,
Vt, writes: 'Send three bottles of Aihlo
phoros as soon as this is roceired, Mr
father, aged 87, has for weeks been badly
affected with Rheumatism. He was re
lieved of all pain in less than 24 hours af
ter he began taking the remedy."
Another Life Saved.
Wr. Harriet dimming, of Cincinnati, O.
write: Early laat Inter my daughter was at
tacked with a aevere eeld, which settled on he
lung. We tried several medicine, none of which
lea in en tn An h.,,,. Mi.ii u - . i i .
get worse, and Anally raised large amonnu of
hln.iH Iron. k. I... . ... . i, , r . . .. .
uoi l inn., necauea in a lamny pny-
Ic an, bat he railed to de ber any good. W then
called In a phylcln-a molt skillful profeaaor
in one of our coll. gee. He said that she eould not
81 T!",r.tJnU t,m fT,B( who had been
i n&wM. HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE
Ll;NO adTised me :' " a trial. We then
got a bottle, and b fore she had need It all np she
riegan to Improve, and by tbe is of three bottle
was entirely cured.
Every one like to take solid comfort and
it may be enjoyed by everyone who keeps
Kidney-Wort in the hvuso end takes a few
doses st the first symptoms of an attack of
Mtlaria, Rheumatism, Biliousness, Jaun
dice or any affection of the Liver, Kidney
or Bowels. It is a purely vegetable com
pound of roots, leaves and berries known to
have special value in kidney troubles. Ad
ded to these are remedies acting directly on
the Liver and Bowels. It removes the
cause of diseases and fortifies tbe system
against new attacks.
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. Tou will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in tho praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
A Fair Ofler.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich,
offer to send Dr, Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
Million!) Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
DisCOVerv for fVinaiimntinn f'nn rrha and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
P . 1. 1 m, .
vi nits targe size, inis enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed bv the
Wonderful moHipinA Pall at Ro, Ian
Bros' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Prevent sickness bv takinir occaaionallv
one of Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, a
wonderful appetizer, an absolute cure of
Biliousness. 15 cents. (4)
ISfPretty as a Picture. Twenty-four
beautiful colors of the Diamond Dyes, for
Silk, Wool, Cotton, &e., 10 cents each. A
child can use with perfect success. Get at
once at your druggists. Wells, Richard
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Cheap Horn "8
ARKANSAS A.XD TEXAS.
Along the line of the St. Louis. Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of toe choicest farniincr and cmzini?
lands in the world, ranging in price from
f '.uu to fijuu auu f4.uo per acre, iu a
hf althv country, with climatn nnnnrnaam H
for salubrity and comfort. Sand vntir ad
dress to tbe undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crons raised in Arkansas nd Thtub
in 1832, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for 1883 la 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. lo tnose purchasing land owned by
iue vAiuipuny, anu paying one-tourtn, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townsesd, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
Stats of Illinois
Circuit Court of
County or Alexander
Mary Hodges, Mary Dodire, Jr., Sarah Jane
Hudgei and John Alexander Hodges.
Public notice 1 hereby given that, In pursuance
of a decree made and entered by said court In
the above entitled cause, on tho 21et day of Jan
nary, A. D. l8 ,1, Alexander it. Irvin. master
in chancery of the said circuit court of Alexander
countv. will, on
WEDNESDAY, THE 13TH DAT OF FEBKTJA-
. ... t hY
at the hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon,
at the southwesterly doornf the court bonne in the
c iyo Cairo, county of Alexander and atate of
Illinois, sell at public auction, to the
h'Kheit and best bidder, for cash,
all and linnular, the followlnf described
premise and real ettate in said decree
mentioned, situate In tho county of Alexander and
"'"J"0' Illinois, or o much thereof as shall be
mucieni 10 satistv said decree, to-wlt: The north
west quarter of the southeast quarter of suction
one (l), fn township sixteen (IS), south and in
range two(2) west of the third principal meridian.
"-"iu.iairu, Illinois, jannary wu, swt
ALKX. H. IRVIN.
. . Master In Chancery
Mulkey Jfc Leok, Complainant'! Solicitor.
W. 8TRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD, Missouri.
STBATT0N & BIRD,
No. 67 Ohio Levee, Cairo, I'J.
0f Agent American Powder Co.
Boot & Shoe
No. 90 Com'1 Ave., Bet. 6tb ft 6th 8ts.,
Jmt received a fall .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will sell at the loweit bottom price. It
cowprtaei the best of ST. LOOI8 HAND-MADS
rt? ?i.?i8T0N MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
an? CHILDRBN'S HHOKS, and QKHT8' RUB
BER BOOTS and 8HOUS. .
t-We alio make to order anything In our line
of tb beat material and workmaushlp.
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
Highest Market Prtoea Paid for-
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Ludwig & Co.
J A WUIUil. W
Relieved and cured without serirtclal operation, trua toitnre or detention from labor by Dr J. A
snernisn ssyatem. Palienta from abroad can recelv triatraent and leave for home same oar. Rnp-
..i. j truj"us- ca,, lnmn3f. ldne and bladder affectlom, affect tne nervous system, Impair
m?i nd bring on Impotency and other deplorable ailment. All these trouble removed and
Ki.. . I'tw.0aln',"s rt"red by Dr. Hherman' treatment. Book, with eontlnnone Indorsement for
tne pat thirty-live year from pnyiclans, merchant, clergymen, farmers and othen who have been
rm 1a for.leo cf al- .0n8 Smvtne Vienna Inatltnte, St. Loati. Mo., ha altered the like
ness of cured natlenu In Dr. Sberm n' lllutrated pamphlet, nlred men to personate them, and pnb
lube them as palienta to be cured. Thl bold fraud to dupe the affltete i is fully eipo.ed In an llln
trnted circular which is tent to aa one who write fur It. Since the reduction of terms patients are
(lally comiua from a 1 part of tbe country for treatment. Day of consultation at New Tork'office. Ml
troadway. Minday, Tueaday and Satnrdny each week. '
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law or 1B83.
Successor to Widow and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, org&nuea duly 4tn, 1H77, under
the laws of 1872.
JOHN H. ROBINSON Preident
WM. 8TKAT T -N Vlce-Prtldent
J. A.OOLllSTINE Treasurer
C. W. DUNNING Medical Adviser
THOMAS LEWIS Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTOR for 1st YEAR.
Wm. StraUnn, Stratton Bird, yro-.ers, Cairo, 111,,
J. A. (tOidxtine.ofUoldBtlne & Rosenwater, whole
sale and retail dry good;C. W. Dunning, M. I.
Pre. Bd. M-1 Fix., for Pension! Albert Lewi,
commiBsio.i iih .'. hunt ; J. II. Robinson, county
Judge ann notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and lmurauce agent; K. H. Batrd, city
street supervisor; M. l'hillip, carpenter and build
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary; K. V.
P:erce,attorney-at-law, DnQuoin 111.; E.G. Pace
cashier of Centennial Ban, Ashley, 111.? Albert
Uayden, cashier of George Connelly Jfc Co., Spring
field, M ; B. M Munn, attorney-at-law, 16S Ran
dolph street, Chicago; lion. Robt, A. Hatcber, attorney-at-law,
Charleston. Mo ; H. Leighton,
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Loui and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern i
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are all Just aoroe the street; while the Steamboat
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Thla Ttntnl la haatAH K .t..m k..
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Bell.
Automatic Firu-Alarm, Batha, abaolntely pure air,
fji'nvt'i.Bv,.crnKu buu iuuipietv appoiuimenis.
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LKPsr OH FALI.I.NU SIOKNKH8 BUfaJonastadT.
I warrant my remedy to euw the wont o.aia Beoanaw
other nave failed is no reaaon for not now reeeivtna a
enra. Send at once fur a Truatiaa and a PtmBqUI of
my infallible remedy. Give Ejpraaa and Postnfnee. Q
(net yon nnibina for a trial, and I will cor yoau
Address ub. U. Q. HOOT, lb Pearl Bv, Mew York.
617 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, Ufa
A. regular Gradual of twa medleel
t!l IVV Jli? '""If "KKd In tbe treat
ment of Chrouio, Nervous, Bkln and
lpol Disease than any other physician In
Bt. Louis, as city pars. taew and afl old resi
dents know. (onaiiUatlPB -t nin.tor Br malL
free and Invited. A friend! talk or hi opinion
costs nothing. W hen It is Inconvenient to visit
the elty .or treatment, medlelnca cam be aent
by mall or express avervwhere. Curable case
(niarantMd : where doubt exist H Is frankly
atated. Call or Write.
Nurvons Prostration, Debility, Mental tad
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and othsr
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affee.
tiona, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Bhsnmatigin, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SUEGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudence. Eieensfj
Indulgences or Expours
V. 1m n I A . .k. - . I i . . . .
particular attention to a class of case attain
great skill, and physicians tu regular practice
all over the country knowing this, freqienily
recommend cases tn tbe oMestomce In America,
where every known appliance la resorted to,
and the provod good remediea of all
agee and countries are used. A whole bouse Is
used for office pitrrmses, and all are treated with
skill tn a respectful nisnuer; and, knowing
what to do. no experiments are mad. ' On ac-
Miini nf .h (... .imhu,v ai...Tvlnv . U
eharvee are kept low, often lower wan le
ilMill.nilMJ h Alhar. If yah U.11F. Ih. .kill
and get a speedy and perfect lit'a core, that la
seut to any address free
lh. Imiutrl.til iti.it.F P.umhlai - .
Pamphlet, at pace.
puts. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. !
Elevant cloth ami viH hlndlnc ..iaJi iu m
rente In postaxe or riirrenoy. Over nay won
derrul lien Picture, true to Ille.artlcWon the
ri . if m""r" " no may marry, wno not;
V,yi!J?u,r Ktoiarrv. 'Who marry Snrt.
atanhood. Wouiaiihtvwl. lh,.i..i j .,..' u-Z.
should many. How llr and happiness may be
iTrri" .vrh?r warrtea or contempiatine
marrylnir should read la. It en tht to be read
Of All bViIIIII tAAarn m Knn 1...... I . v. A
r, ' 'wo, Mivu avrjii Ulllltar (OCt mui
key. IVipular eilltlom aiiinibov, rml paimr
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT8 PAT1KT
Tarn - l 1 1
Wholesale Dealer tn Ioe.
ICK BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON,WXLi
rACOLD FOR BHIPPINO
Oar Loads a Specialty.
fr)r, Twelfth Street tiii Lerca,