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j THE VAXliEKBILTS.
tiirlr Social rrcteimloM nd Tholr
! WeahhOurrent Humors
We were siltina: opposite the beauti
ful residence of William K. VanderbilU
the son of William H. This house has
orie of the moot exquisite sites in New
York. If you were to take the steamer
to Europe and look over the old Catho
lic cities like Kouon, Kheims and Ant
werp, you would find no more beauti
ful specimens of the secular gothio than
this house, which is built of a whitish
stone, elaborately carved, and with all
the fantastio and grotesque exciupliti
eationa of the gothio architecture of the
judicial time. I have suspuoted that
many of the features of this house were
taken from the palace of Justice in
the city of Rouen. Looking across at
this mansion, with its half a dozen
splendid dormor windows In stone ris
ing through the roof lines, I said: "The
western newspapers have had a great
deal to say about the embarrassments
of William K. Vanderbllt"
."There is uot a word of truth in all
those tales,"said my friend. "Last
summer the Vanderbilts made their ap
pearance at Newport in society. They
attracted, from their wealth, no less
than from their simplicity, the most
agreeablo people there, and, of course,
the old fossil set became envious and
begun to start roorbacks. Some of
the old fools, who consider that they
own Newport, disliked to see the Van
derbilts coming up. In the casino
there was a row which came near
smashing that institution. Petty scan
dals and bits of malevolence" were
thrown around, which only recoiled on
the heads of their starters. Some of
the slime has come back to New York
from Newport, and been doled out to
some of the young men who write for
distant newspapers. You must re
member that William K. Vunderbilt
has a very'ongagiiig wife who can hold
her own in any circle. There are
plenty of women with limited means
who shrink from seeing a lady of her
gifts and r scurces enter their circle."
'I have seen the story that William
K.' Vanderbilt lost much money and
that his father gave him 1100,000 a
year as a stipend."
"Now," said my friend, "when those
old fogies at Newport failed to injure
the Vanderbilts socially they started
the financial yarn and had it sent to
Wall Street, where it was usod by the
boars to break the stock market Some
people who had been trading with Wil
liam K. Vanderbilt on the bull side of
the market sold out and went short of
stocks, and they spread the rumor that
William K. had a nue lot of stocks on
hit bands, and that his broker was very
"Did Mr. Vanderbilt's father come
to his assistance and take up his
' r'No, he never needed any help.
What the elder Vanderbilt afterwards
remarked was undoubtedly true that
he was surprised to find how well Wil
liam K. was fixed, and that he was
worth from 16,000,000 to $8,000,000,
which was a very good thing for so
young a man."
"How much did the grandfather
leave this young man?"
"lie left him $2,000,000 in January,
1877, six years ago."
"Is he worth $0,000,000 now?"
"Yes. Some losses that he has made
have been greatly overestimated, while
bis immense profits have been com
pletely ignored. He made $3,000,000
to my knowledgo in three stocks alone,
besides large gains in other matters he
"Do 3011 mind saying what these
three stocks were?"
"The stocks were the Rock Island,
the Chicago, liurlington and Qirincy
and the Northwestern railroad. Wil
liam K. Vanderbilt is a bold man and
a daring trader. The Rock 1 Island
doubled its stock, the C. B. & Q. made
a large scrip dividend, and had an ad
vance of $60 a share; the Northwestern
railroad more than doubled in value.
Besides these three stocks William K.
Vanderbilt made a great deal of money
in Michigan Central and coal stocks.
lie got into the coal stocks through hit
uncle, George Osgood, who made more
than $3,000,000 in them and Michigan
"You do not have anvthini? to sav
about his dealing in New York Centra)
"No, because that was the stock his
grandfather left him; and when his fa
ther, William 1L Vanderbilt, mada th
large sale of that stock at 130 I sup
pose mat Will jam K, tlioujrht there
was more money in buying some of the '
lower priced stocks.sucn as Lakebnore
and Michigan Central, and he was al
together correct It is true that New
York Central afterwards went up to as
high as 155, but the other stocks which
Vi liliam K. bought advanced ' even
more." . . .
"Did William K. sell out at the hieh
figures in those stocks?"
"ijenerally speaking, he did. lie
had the advantage of knowing the in
side of the trunk line railroads, and
that tw were drifting into a railroad
war. He M(j hjg fami!y friends began
w sen their tock then, and bv the time
1 resident Garfield was shot that family
was preuy dewi of stock. Everrbodr
now remember what a railroad war
ensued, and how much the stock went
"But has he not lost some money
"Yes; he did lose some last summer.
THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
During tne past year William ti. van
derbilt has probably dropped some
money, but that is no reflection on his
ability. Everybody has lost more or
less. No one man meets with suocosa
all the time. It is not fair to talk ot
the losses aud not of the pwtUs he has
wade. Taking the one from the other,
he is still a very rich young inau, and
perhaps the richest of his age iu the
"How old Is he?"
"I should think he was about 35
ears old. He Is the second son ot
Villiam II. Vanderbilt His older
brother, Cornelius, is an exceedingly
rich man, probably worth $t0,000.lH)0.
His grandfather loft Cornelius $6,000,
000. He is not as much of a specula
tor as William K., aud while the latter
may make more mouey, Cornelius
will never have any less than he
now has, because he is a very conserv
A Dude at (he Oar.
Last Tuesday, while five of the Pion
eer club six-oared crew were sitting in
their shell and swearing vigorously at
the non-appearance of the sixth man,
who was half an hour late, a well
dressed, and moilest young stranger
strolled Into the boat-house and began
Inspecting the equipments with great
"I'll tell you what we'll do, follows,"
said the stroke, As No. 4 isn't coining,
suppose we coax that dude to take a
row and bust him all up?"
The perpetratiou of this time-honored
ioke upon a "softy" was received
with approbation, and the new-couux
was, with a grand show of hospitality,
invited to take the vacant oar.
"Well, I tlon't know, gentlemen,
said the young man, looking at his
watch, doubtfully.' "I'm a stranger
here. I do need a little exorcise,
"Oh, 'get In," said No. 2, winking at
his companions: "a little spin will do
you good," and they finally persuaded
the victim of their kindly scheme to
take off his coat and assume a club
"Now, keen your eve on me and try
to keep time, remnrkod the captain.
"Youil never, never make an oarman
unless you watch the stroke."
"I'll do the best I can, gentlemen,"
said the guest, meekly. 'Tin always
willing to improve."
The boat went down toward Hunter's
Point, a couple of miles, at an easy,
three-quarter stroke, the newcomer
pulling away manfully with the rest,
and when they eased off to turn back
they were surprised to observe that the
stranger did not appear to be quite so
much blown as they expected.
"Now, then; young feller," said the
stroke, with a grin, "try and keen up
with the procession. Hit her up, boys.
But somehow the stranger stretched
along with the rest, and though the
pace was something like forty.six as
they passed Butchertown, the victim
sorsnely Bawed away, and the bowman
even imagined that he slashed less than
any oar in the boat When they finally
drew up lu the float, and while the crew
were panting for wind, spitting cotton
and wiping their dripping faces, the
"passenger' looked around, with a
childlike smile upon his unflushod faco,
and softly remarked:
"Why didn't you spurt her?"
"Spurt h 1, nanted the stroke.
"Why er what the er I say, young
feller, where did you come from?
"From New York, gentlemen," re
plied the stranger, modestly, as he
slipped on his coat ami started up the
wharf. "My name is Hanlan Ed ward
Hanlan." San Francisco 1'vsL
"Gentlemen," said an Arkansaw col
onel, as he stood under a tree from
which depended a rope, "I must pro
test my innocence. I did not steal the
mule. 1 am above petty thert. I Know
that you all have the interest of the
community at heart, and 1 do not
blame you, but there arc times wnen
we are all liable to bo too rash. If I
had stolen the mule my guilt would op
press me until I would beg to be put
out of the world in the most summary
"The mule was found in your pos
session," said the leader of the mot),
"Very true, my dear sir."
"Did he jump into your lot?"
"No, sir; I conducted him to the con
fines of my premises."
"Did you buy the animalr
"Did you trade for him?"
"I did not"
"Then who stolo him? Let down
the rope boys."
"Gentlemen, 1 hope you will give me
chance to explain. The mule in
question was the property of our distin
guished fellow-citizen, Major Rugles
berry. Some time ago the major and I
exchanged a lew woras n an uncom
plimentary nature. 1 intimated that
the major e blood would be very satis
factory to me, and the major said that
. .. i Lr .tL. ri
my p-ore would niease nun iniiruwij.
eff, we separated, thoroughly agree
ing. The next day the major and I
met I got what is vulgarly termed
the drop on him and relieved bim ox
the top of his head., Ho was riding
mule at the time, and when ho fell off
I saw that ho no longer had any prac
tical use for the animal, so I took
charge of him. Now, if I had dis
mounted in the way that he did, I
should have interposed no objections to
the major's taking my horse."
"1 hope, sir, that you win excuse
us," said the leader of the mob. "We
thought that you stole the mule, Vour
explanation is ' perfectly satisfactory
and I hope you'll excuse us. Let us
all take a drink." Arkamaw Traveler'
The Northern Soup Society of Phil
adelphia, which was organized in 1817,
and has conducted its humane work
every winter since that time, opened
its dispensing room for the season re
centlv. The house is provided with
three caldrons, with a capacity of : 160
gallons each. Last season 121,308
pints of soup were gratuitously dis
tributed, and 6,526 pin is were sold at
the rate of '2 cents a pint Its prepara
tion consumed 83 bushels of peas, 88
bushels of beans, 80 bushelcs of pots
toes. 2.600 pounds of hominy. 84 bush
els of turnips,' and beef worth ' $419
and 11,166 pounds of bread were sap
plied with It
FRIDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 8, 1884.
Madame de Bourrienue, speaking of
the character of Bonapaate, as it dis
played itseii, in thq early part of hia
"His smile was hvpoorit'esj and of
ten misplaced. A few days after his
return frout Toulon, he was telling us
that, being before that place, where he
commanded the artillery, during the
siege, one of his ofnvers was visited by
his wife, to whom he had been but a
short time married, and whom he ten
derly loved. A few days after, orders
were given for another attack upon the
tow n, in which this officer was engag
ed. His wife came to Gen. Bonaparte,
and, with tears in her eyes, entreated
hint to dispense with her husbaud a
services during that day. The geueral
was inexorable, as he himself told us,
with a sort of sav age exullatiou. The
moment of the attack, the ofliuer,
though a very brave man, as Bonaparte
himself assured us, felt a presentiment
of his approaching death. He turned
pale and trembled. He was stationed
beside the general, and, during an in
terval, when the firing from the town
was very strong, Bonaparte called out
to him, 'Take care, there is a bomb
shell coming!' The officer, instead of
moving to one side, stooped down, and
was literally severed in two. Bonaparte
laughed loudly, while lie described the
event with horrible minuteness.
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TlClSDAT STUIIN9, Feb. 7, 1884.
The psit 49 hours has bssn of steady
rain, under whose influsncs ths rivers are
rising rapidly and sll the bottom lands are
overflowed. No danger is apprehended
at Cairo as our levsei have been raised and
itrenjtheoed and even a flood such as last
ytar would give no cause for alarm.
Ths market Are without matsrisl change.
FLOUR Dull and unohsugod. Stocks
are large and the demand vary light
HAY Ws note a good supply sad only
a moderate demand for strictly choice.
Common i unsslsabls.
CORN We note so increase in the in
quiry for choice milling corn. Damp corn
finds ne buyari.
OATS -Ths demand is fair and supply
MEAL 8tdy and unohsoged.
BRAN Scarce and wanted.
BUTTER The market is overstocked
with country butter which it hard to sell
at 1 Sc. for the best. Cheice northern lain
EGGS The market is bsre not enough
arrive" for the local demand.
POULTRY The market is Almost
bare of dressed stock of all discretions.
Live chickens are more plentiful and easier.
Turkeys are scarce and firm.
APPLES -Fancy iteck is firm end high
er. POTATOES Plenty and quiet at queta
tions. Bales and Quotation.
HOTS'. Th price sere given are for ealea from
Srst hands in round lot. An advance 1
charted (or broken lotsln Billttorders.
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00 bbls yarloas trade..
Family .....mm... .. ..mm........
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4 lOAfi 00
7 ear tilt ad smllbals....
1 ear choice Tlmotby
I car prim ,
1 car red top
5 car choice white In balk on track
10 ear white t. O. B....
V ear mixed, rejected balk, on track....
lcar in tecond-hand sacks del
6 cars choice la halk .... ..
He. Red. per be tMIM
Mo. t Medlieranaen - 1 00
BOO bbl City oa order I liu 80
ft lllkli IImhsisssmi sees 40
100 poand choice Northern packed.
too pounds choice Northern roll
600 poand Honthern 111 roll
ow ponna creamery,....
I coop mixed and hen
S coops hen ..
.1 V 63 60
.1 (04 26
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Per bbl sholc Ben Dyle....
" ' Rob Beauty.
Choice Wlnessps.,.. ...
. 6048 60
Potatoes pr bosh Peach Blow,
Potatoes per bush Barly Uo
Potato per bbl. ...............
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Han.. , mm. ........bo
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kt. Johns 11 i
Ohio Klvor 1 ft
Vt bushel burlaus,.. S
I bushel ' UK
Peaches liaWesaDt nJttrter , bUf
Choice navy SOOftJ t
Choice mudlmn So
Cholcs, r"cury. 10
C Vet IQ ,, lfa eaaiee-4emfeis.ee 5
fon 18 to It
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Heil Koa ,. i no
WildCst 10 to 5'
Heavt-r per pound..., .. fc to I M
Otter M Tito 1 10
Opossum to 16
Boar 1 00 to I 00
Clf,(lrean ,. w
Dry Flint choice 15
Dry Salt M
Oreun Hall , .., ,., , I
Plum Oreon m..... 8
Sheep Pelt, dry MftM
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Oram Hay Floor Pork
tiewt. yowt. VMil. fhb.
Ma h phi j, IS ti IS
,v, Or.'in, 17', if, 15 (0
Helena, Ark IT1, W H 60
Kliiustou, Jllns .... i:; -U 45 81K
Vlckattiirif, t'teuun liousa M per int. kUbrr
AH olhr war points h,ilow .Mauiphls toNsw Or
leans, name rales s to K iueslou
Tin: bust Tuixa Kxoinr
In Hard or hurt, Hot or ( old Water.
fiATKS LA HOIt, TIMK anil HOAP AMAZ
INtH.V, an. I Klvee uuivl utUrcMiMi. Na
family, nub or poor, tiUuuia Ira without it.
bold by all (IriHiar. UEWAHK of imitation
wall .l.-.ifi.. .1 U- misled'!. I'K Aftl lNK is tlie
4NI.V n.tiK UlH.r dhviiik o,niiM,un,i, su4
WfeS bears tlm above n lubol, nij'l uaino ol
JviMi:i4 rVI-E, NEW YOKH.
The (iiperlfiicti in the treatment of Cancer with
wlft's specific (S. H. M.) would saem to wsrrant us
ssylni that it will cure tht laucb dread ad
scourge. I'uraous so u ill u. uJ ars luylled to cor
respond witn us.
I believe Hwtft's Specific has ssved my life. I
tsil virtually lost a of 1 lie npper pert ol aiy bedy
and my anus (row the poisonous elleets of a lert(e
cancer ou my n- k, from abicb 1 bad sulfsied
for y 1 are . H H. H.hss relieved me of all sore-nei-e,
and (he poiaou Is bulng forced out of my sys
tem. 1 will oou be well. w it hobisom,
Two months oro my sttentlon was called to the
cae of a on.su Hill' w-d wlib alcanccr on her
sheulner at leant ft m floe iu circumference, augry,
palnlul, ana til viutr tbe patient no real dsy or
nlutit tor monins. 1 olitniuad a lunoly of Swift's
Hpecifl'' fur tier, hhe li taken 6 botiles, aud the
ulcer is onttrelv heeled np, only a very small scab
reiualuliiir, aud her heel b is hatter than for 6 years
past; seems 10 ou perfectly cured.
KBV, 0 BtfaE 11 (. ABl'MliU., COlUmbUS, US.
I have Seen
reuiurksbls results from uss of
c on a caucer, A young man near
afflicted five years with the most
taiinif cancer i ev. r ssw, and was
I he tirrt b ttle made a wonderful
h re has heeu
cnaiiKK, aud a
fler Ave bottle were taken, he Is
nearly or quite
Men. it is truly wuuderful.
Cm MLEr, M. I) Oglethorpe, Oa.
UNDBIt LIP AND INiSIOE OP CHBBK EATEN
AWAY liY CA.NCEU.
My father had an eating cancer for aevrral years,
wbii b bad ralcn away his under lip and the tuilde
of hie cheek, down i ) the bottom of his gums.
We K"l roinexf Swift's t-peclflc and Kave him, and
tlieelf.r.t has been wiiidortul almost miraculous.
'1 fie ton s are ml h sled, and be 1 peifectly well.
Bvery one ln-rp aid It it only a queeilon of time
shout bis d aili, s d his cure has created tbe grtet
est eioiteiuunt lu thit purt of the couutry. I hope
you will pulilltli about my latbet't cure, and seud
me tome circulars to give to my friends aad the
stBlcted. VI m. 8. LiTHKor.
boutb Jiaeioa, Mass., Jan. 7, luA.
Treatise on Hlocjd and Hkta Oieoases mailed
free to applicants.
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It la a )uru.)w vi Kctuljle syrup, very delicious to
the Uute. itelii vea ut oui:e una tss positive cure.
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured by tlila 1 -xoellent remedy.
UirutviM In Im Uiii'jwjjn anxmpmy eimy iuUli,
ALL PIEAHW OF THK BLOOD. KTOMAfU,
Liver, Uwwelaend Kidnevi"'. for all iiliuri nnxm.
ellny In liniminii' iu of tlie I.IoihI. m Auu iuia, hkk
Jleadwlie. jverv'riiMiew, I'eniale WVakneawi. Liver
jvinpluliit, tyeTiia. Jmin'Hc, iilliouaneM end
Ki'lney Iiwaea, tliit niedlilne is almoluU'ly sure.
1 'lii medicine d'im 11 ' t contain !iv mlnersl. Is ab-auluu-ly
venetalilr, reU)re the lild Uahltby
cuii'lttlon, reitulatlfiR ciifwi aud supplying de
flcioncles, and prevents disease.
DirtdUmt in (en taniingrl accompany every battle.
PAPILLON MFC.CO., CHICAGO.
FOB BALE BY ALL LHUOOISTS.
For Sale by
PAUL, G. SCHUH,
Bnecial Acts, in this oitv.
ILLINOIS 0ENTKA.L u!R
Shortest and Quickest Koute
St. Louis ami ()ueago.
Tho Onlv 1-iino Jiumunt;
Making Diuxot Connkotiom
rHAINB LSiV OilHli:
'J.Oo u 111. M till,
arrivlug iu St. Louie II 4t,a.ui : Chicau, B :80 p.m.
( otiiiucuii,; at liilin aud b.lLiiliaui lor Cincln
natl, Louiavillu, Inikluiiupoiia aud poiut Kast.
1U;!6 i. in. I'akt HI. I.ouiu and
W-ttti 11 rliipreeii.
rrlvlni; tn fit. I ouis 8:15 p. m., and conneetln
fur all points Weal.
:i;-l5 i.iit. l'nt lusii'taai.
first. Louis MiiJ Ihicao, arrtvitig at Ht. Loula
lu:fi p.m., and Chicago a m
3 :4 ft p . rn . C 'i m i i ui a 1 i IU a pretai.
trrlvini; at luciuiuii 7 :J a.m.; Lnuiayiila DiM
a.m.; lndianaiolis t.i6 am. Iaeur by
this tram ruar.il the ahuvu poiuia J u to 3d
UtiL'HS iu advance ul i,y oil, or toute,
UTTheSlDO p. m. eaprcaa has CULLMAN
M thl'lNii t All I aim to t inciunatl, wlihaut
chainjes, and thtouijh aiu .tr 10 Bl. Louis and
Fuwt 'I'iino Kmst.
I'riMPIItftI'vl tlk, g"lhruuiih lo Has).
i- "r,1 ti uru (joiula v. Ul, out i,y daisy
caused by buudsy iiitorveiiin Tti hatuuUy fi.
uoiuiu st lu.Ah.
.111 uaiu iioiu cairn srrivea in l,
evt York Monda
Thirty sii houra lu advanced
nv otiier routo.
itf'trur llnoui.'li lit kete aud furl liar lnfuruiallOB
tppiyat Illinois Central Itnllroad Jiopirt, t alro.
. ,. ..... J- H. jUNfceVlii;et Agent.
A. II. IIANhUN. (mn. Pats. Aiient. C'hlcaa-o
R U. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
H. it. (Jackaon route).
C. ST. L
m. I t Mall ....4:in.
111. Kpruaa ... lUiaila.
u. ( Nairiiw-tjauye).
m. I Kxpreaa , .,, :Ui
m. I hi Mail. .4:10p
.111. I Atriim..., j;m p.
I it li II.
.1 1. I 1 tp.eta I:0 p.
I.. A f. It. II.
in. I 'Mai' Kx.. SMn.
... 60 p
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,. W:if p
.. lu:U) p
Ka Mail .
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vv . feT
Wall t Bv V'fla
A ci 41 iu
, . 4 ki p.m. I Aici ,1 M:ii a.
.... '1 :4i a mi. I rieiehl e 41k p.
M"IIII.K A ul I'l II. It.
,.S:Mia 111. M ull 8:1(1 u.
Daily except huu :ay.
IKIUVAL AM) Dtl'AhUHH OV
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I Hep 're
I.e. it. luaruiitb Icct mail), n a. in
I p. .
v p. m.
V p m.
8 p. m
b p. u.
0 SO ass
1 p. m.
" (way mall 1 4 lUp.m.
(Houitiurn uiv r p m.
Iron MiHinlaln It. h 'j:;i' p.m.
Waliaih K It Im p. tn
lexasAMt. I.ouit l(. H.........T p. 111.
B'.. I.ouia A ( ,,H,i 11. It A p. in, I
Ohloltlver -i p. m.
Uiss hlver ariives Wed , hat A Moo,
" drpsrts Wed , hri. A hun.
i'l). Ken dul. op 11 from 7 an am l 7 :S0 pal
M box ilei n, in from lit. tn mtp m.
bundave ireE . ile! utei: from.. . . a. ni . lo lo a. u.
Sundays box del. open fmni ...ba, m to 1i1:J)sbi
ttNul K t lioiiir s will he ptrilteliud frosa
time in time lu clly pup re rionte vour cards 1
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H. Mt'ltl'ilY. P. li
c)$ Wfl rQUALT3T7T
30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
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FOR SALE BY
II. Stcatfala & Co., Cairo, 111.
For Sale bv
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