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CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING MAY
Tho Daily Bulletin.
Tho first train for Mound City will
leave tho IVum Depot at 8 o'clock a. in.
to-morrow and trains will le&vt every ball'
hour thereafter. There will be no flat-cars
as in former years, but all pissunsjer
Tho Social Amusement Club "held
forth" at B iwui's restaurant last night in
honor of Fred Dro9, one of their members,
who leaves in a dy or two for Texts. A
fine supper was spread, and the boys did
full jus'ico to it. Fifteen or twenty parti
cipated in it.
Tho IIallidy Guards will take part in
the Decoration ceremonies at Mound City
Friday. They will be an important at
traction there. They are rapidly getting
to be one of tho crack companies of the
State. Since the inspection" by tho Inspec
tor General of the State several days
ten members have been dismissed, and
new and worthier nes admitted, so that
the company is now in first-class order in
Tho Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph
Comptny has a force of men employed in
erecting polls along the easterly side of the
St. Louis and Cairo Railroad tracks, be
tween here and St. Louis. The company
will soon bcjjio erecting its polls in the
city, a petition for the privilege to do so
being now pending before the council
The company's office in this city will be in
the Mobile and Ohio Railroad building. Its
line will extend from here along the Texas
and St. Louis road to Texas.
It is noticeable that the "old ticket" of
the Democrats is spoken ofVithvery gen
eral respect by the press ol the country in
mobt instances through regard; in others
through fear. Take the other "old ticket"
and the reverse is true. Hays is mentioned,
even in his own party circles, only to be
derided, while Wheeler has tho charity of
utter silence ppread like a pall over his
name. The sense of right and justice is not
dead, though it was grievously wounded
iu 1876. 1884 will set all things even.
The evidence in tho Kate Cotton case
was all in la-t evening about 5:30 o'clock
at which time Mr. Hendricks began the
opening argument for tho prosecution. Mr.
Hendricks will conclude this morning and
will be followed by Mr. Mulkey fur the de
fense, and Mr. Linegar will then conclude
the argument for the prosecution. It is be
lieved that all of to-day will be consumed
in the argument and if necessary a night
session will be held by the court. Mr.
Linegar's argument will probably be, as
usual, the master effort of the day.
Health Officer Ent has resigned his
place to accept a position with the Singer
Company. The position of health officer
is not an attractive one. Its duties aru
laborious and attended with much un
pleasantness. To perform them well re
quires an active man and one who is not
easily intimidated by people who are in
different to their heal'.h and that of the
neighborhood in which, they live and who
resist anyone who would rescue them from
the filth with which they surround them
selves. Mr. Eat did good w rk while he
was in the service. The vacancy will
doubtless be tilled at the meeting of the
Council next Tueslay.
Mr. DesRocher placed on our table
yesterday a basket of atrawbeiries a
specimen of what can be done in the gar
dens at Cairo by careful cultivation. These
berries are of the "Captain Jack" variety,
and Mr. DesRocher believes that three
hundred bushels can be raised here from
an acre of ground. As an experiment he
set out laat Benson four buodred plants for
berries for his own use, and is now pick
ing from his bed twenty or thirty quarts
every morning. They are handsome speci
men! of the fruit, bright red, rich and
sweet; scarcely one in the basket before us
will measure less and nearly all of them
measure more than four inches in circum
ference. The condition of the winter wheat crop
on tho first day of May is reported by tho
State Board of Agriculture as better in the
northern portion of the State, owing to
snow protection, but not go good in the
southern. The percentage of the area of
winter wheat killed In the three divisions
of the State is as follows: Northern divi
sion, 14 per cent; central division, 20 per
cent; southern division, 20 percent. The
condition of winter whet the first of the
month gave encouragement for 94 per cent
of an average yield iu the northern coun
ties; 00 p'.T cent in tho central counties;
73 per cent of an avcrago yield in tho
south counties. In the southern division,
where over half of tho winter wheat area
of the State was seeded last fall, the con
dition is up to an average in only three
counties, viz: Alexander, Monroe and ru
laski. The most discouraging prospects
for winter wheat in the southern division
are reported in tho following counties,
where tho condition on Miy 1st iudicitted
only 20 per cent of an average yield per
aero iu the county of Clay; in Crawford,
30 per cent; Jefferson, 83; Bond, 50; Jas
per, 57; Richland, 52; Williamson, 50.
Winter rye does not look ns well as in
tho southern division as in tho central
and northern. The proBpecti for a largo
crop of oats in the northern and southern
divisions of tho State have not been as
good for soveral years at the corresponding
dato as they aro now.
t'llMl'tilVV t ll'( lltldllH.
A rot-wit i eirnoi- nm ue' tlm Chi '
taw Niitioii, in Lidiiin Twiitt.ry, mil
lo h n!;oitw-1;,,. (iiIut tiay. "Indian
l:.Wi ai-tt ii'.oro M.-vi-iv tl.an t'.i" laws
among tin- whito protilc. If an Indian
coiiiiiiit.-i t Ik ft, lie is irivwi ihirtv-nino
la-ht's on th: oa-v leu-!., j.rovidrd it is
his lir.it oii't ii.,,-. If ii is his M-t-otid
olb-nsi', h,i i-j jivt.-ii iiii:c!y-::ii:o la-dies,
ami, should it be his third ollwiso of
btt-aliii'.-, he ii stood ut' and shot liho
"You don't mean to s:iv thai llu-v
shoot tin-in for.stt.-aling?''
"Yes, that's just what I mean, and
u Hot-Mi t make any (hllweiK-o how
small tho theft may be, if it is his
third ollonsi', ho is shot for it."
"Who docs tho hhootin? ''
"Whorver the man to bo shot may
select. He gwit-rall v chooat.s his near
est and bust friend.'"'
"How is thu shooting conducted?''
"Well, tho man is tiist stripped to
the waist. Then he stands up boldly,
without being bound or propped up,
and allows the cxei-uiioutr to make a
black spot on his breast, directly over
his heart. Then tho executioner lakes
a big, navy revolver, steps back six or
eight paces, takes deliberate aim at tho
black spot, and sends a bullet crashing
through his victim's heart."
"Is tho victim blindfolded?"
"No, indeed; and, more than that
ho stands tip bravely, with his arms
and shoulders thrown back and chest
expanded, an-1 moots death without a
sign of flinching. They think it tho
bravest act in ti.eir life to stand up and
show that they arc not afraid to die.
They would rather be killed than
branded as cowards. Whv, they havo
no jails there at all, ami an Indian ac
cused of a crime, never attempts to
escape. I have kuowu of several of
them condemned to be shot, who havo
been given tho on tiro freedom of tho
Territory, and on the day lixed for tho
execution they tinned up at tho ap
pointed hour, ami took their littio
leaded pill with as much uneoneeru as
you Would a dose of salts. They liko
to die game and have it recorded of
them afterward that tiiey were not
afraid to face death."
"Have many of them been shot there?"
"Oil, yes, there was one shot not long
ago, but he was shot for committing
murder. None have been .shot for
some time for stealing, but there's
been many of thorn whipped the second
time, and tho next oU'euo means
"Don't the Uiiited States authorities
interfere and try to put a stop to sych
"Oh, no; what I have told you ap
plies only to the Indians. If a whito
man commits a theft or a murder, ho
is tried and punished by tho United
States authorities, for tho Indians rec
ognize that they haven't tho right to
punish a white" man under their own
laws. " IJvs'.on Jl- nt'tl.
A Whale With l ino Wlikcis.
A whale measuring fifty f.-ct nine
inches lom' and twelve foot four inches
through tho back to breast, and with a
tail nine feet across, got ashore recent
ly on tho south inside .shore of I'ungo
teague creek, Accomae county, Virgin
ia. Five fishermen, attacked the mons
ter by .shooting and chopping it. They
secured it with two anchors, which
were fastened to tho leviathan by ropes
passed through holes cut in ils Jlesh.
Jt.s captors were at work about the
whalo for several hours, during which
time tho whalo remained motionless,
and it was thought to be death When
the title came in at sundown it floated
nnd displayed renewed vitality. A
desperate struggle freed the animal
from its captivity, nnd it moved away,
carrying tho cables and anchors with
it. No more was seen of it until tho
following Monday, when it was discov
ered in the channel of the creek, dead.
The fishermen towed it to the beach
north of l'imgoteagiie crock, where
they recommenced their operations of
stripping it of tho blubber. The pro
prietor of the lish factory on the creek
offered to boil tho blubber for one-half
tho oil, but tho lucky captors refused
to accept those terms. It wi 1 probably
render seventy-live barrels of oil.
This is tho second whalo to get ashoro
in the same vicinity within one year,
and affords a source of revenue to tho
hardy fishermen of the neighborhood.
The whalo is now in charge of Captain
Crockett, who was most persistent in
his capture. When its jaws are fully
open ail ordinary man can stand erect
in its mouth. The monster was driven
into the Chesapeake from the ocean by
tho recent easterly storms, and keeping
along tho leeward side of tho bay, en
tered tho deep. est water, which ti .k it
into l'ungoteaaue creek. It is of the
malo kind. Bidi'md each jaw, under
tho car, it has a beautiful dark mane,
much coarser than that of a horse.
Tho whale is lying near Martin's point
on his side, where crowds visit it from
tho country, rungoteaguo creek is a
distinguished locality. It was there
Governor Cameron, of Virginia, ren
dezvoused his oyster pirates last year,
and not far from tho whale is the ghost
famed Millstone point, so well known
to old sailors and citizens. It is tho
only creek on tho peninsula visited by
water-spout s, there being three experi
enced there iu thirty years. More peo
ple havo been drowned in rungolcnguo
creek titan in any other water on tho
eastern .shore. UttlLni'jrc tinn.
A new stool is said to havo been pro
duced at Sliolliold, Kngland, which is
expectetl to be of incalculable valuo to
tho manufacturing and railroad world
It is said to bo made "by atltling from
7 to 20 per cent, of the ordinary ferro
mauganosc of commerce to iron either
wholly or to a good extent decarboniz
ed and relined and treated by any of
tho ordinary processes, or to steel pro
duced by such processes." It is stilted
that a small test barcontaining 1'J per
cent, of manganese was bent double
when cold, nnd was sullioiently hard
to turn iron; than an ax containing tho
samo percentage, and which had never
boon hardened or tempered, cut into a
bar of iron half an inch square. A cor
respondent of tho American Manufuc
turcr, giving those facts, says that tho
stool is capablo Of being hammered or
rolled tho same as ordinary steel, and
showed no magnetic qualities. If those
accounts are iu any measure correct,
the discovery is likely to provo of fjroat
W. V. :,ai'.iii, rivir utliiorot im IIi.'i.u.Tin
and ulea.nboat passenger aietit. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat job printing solicited, t'll cu
ut lfowor'a European Hotel. No. ',1 Ohio luveo.
Ltttkto tho promised hud otico mure
after u three-day's visit t ) l'.tdue.ih, our
our former hou-o which is now uudt r the
influei'ce of a bown of considerable mag
nitude. Biickutasous, carpenters, painters
and laborers are in great demand there.
Among the many prominent buildings in
course of construction comc3 tho new opera
house, which will bo completed by the 1st
of October. John Browne, tho river editor
of the Daily News at Raducuh and also
steamboat agent, is very enthusiastic over
the future of his town, but says he is not
rushed with business in the pas?engcr lino.
We will ship him a supply in a few days.
The U. T. Schenck from New Orleans
passed up for Cincinnati yesterday noon.
The Jas. W. Gaff from Cincinnati arrived
hero at 11 n. m. yesterday. She had a
good trip and departed at noon for Mem
phis. Tho electric light sttumer Ohio is duo
thi3 morning for Cincinnati. Capt. M. M.
Deem, mister. Ilarrv Proctor, knight of
the quill, has charge of the office.
The Hudson from St. Lou's is due this
evening for Shawneetown.
The New Mary Houston with all the
freight she can carry will pass down for
New Orleans very early this morning.
The Ohio and all of its tributaries are on
The breaking of tho ltvees on the Lower
Mississippi and other southern streams are
creating treat destruction to property.
The City of St. Loui3 is duo here this
evening for New Orlctns.
The C.'y of Helena leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg.
The Guiding Star from New Oilcans is
due here t i-nnrro w for Cincinnati.
The City of Cairo from St. Louis passed
down for Vicksburg last night.
Capt. Fowler, of I'aducali, is erecting
six fine brick houses as residence property.
Dorsu Dunn und Given Fowler on the
wharl'boat were pretty busy yesterday
morning receiving and discharging freight.
The Paducah baseballists will play a
match in this city to morrow with a Cairo
picked nine. Everybody turns out.
The Commonwealth from Vicksburg
passe 1 up for St. Louis last night.
The remains of Mr. Henry Hurt were
taken from here to St. Liuis on the 2:30
o'clock train this morning. Mrs. Durfee, a
daughter of Mr. Hurt, accompanied the re
main? of her fith r, also Mr. Tubo Hurt, a
prominent wholesale liquor merchant of
Louisville. Kv who is a brother of the
deceased, will accompany the remains.
Dr. William A. S uli, D. V. S., the dis
tinguished Veterinary Surgeon, New York,
certiries to the cura'ive qualities of St. Ja
cobs Oil, the great pain-cure for sprains,
galls, rheumatism, and all other n til ict ions
to which horses are subject.
A Novelist in Simtlay-Sc-Iiool.
Mi". Cable, in speaking lo some Sunday-school
children recently, raised
bis hand, expanded tho digits and said:
"I have so manv children at homo.
How many is thai?" "Five," piped
up a youngster, promptly. "Ami half
of them arc girls," continued tho
speaker, staggering tho audience with
his apparently reckless disregard of
the truth. "How much is half of live?"
asked Mr. Cable. "Two ami a half,"
reproaclil'tiiiy replied a little miss in
tho front pew." "But how could you
have a half girl like that?" "Vos,"
said the novelist, with a benignant
smile, as he saw that his reputation for
veracity was fast slipping away; "two
and a hail' of th'-m are girls, and tho
other two and ;i half they are girls
also. That makes the live.'
Sis Lepel Grillin, in his paper on
"American Polities," reprinted from
the Fui tir;ltl j Jl- f it to in the, Modern
Aij:, observes gravely of New York
that "the commercial capital of tho
United Slates may now bo fairly reck
oned, for size and population, tho sec
ond city of the world, if Brooklyn, New
Jersey (sic) ami tho suburbs bo includ
ed within its boundaries."
Will be open for the reception of uulsts
June 1st. Terms, $8 00 per week.
Dr. Barnum, a celebrated chemist, of
Louisville, gives the following analysis of
the w aters under dato of October 3d, 1883:
SiMiiso No. 1. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
L'arb of Iron 32X438
Chloride of Iron truce.
Sulphate of Irou trace.
Chloride of Sodium 443
Sulphate Alumina 12.014
Sulphate Lime hi. 270
Sulphate Magnesia G.000
SritiNO No. 2. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Sulphate of Iron 11.2S0
Carbonate of Iron (1.730
Sulphate of Alumina 020
Sulphate of Magnesia 2.000
Chloride of Sodium 9.210
Chloride of Calcium 4.000
Si'itiNu No. 3. To each litre (2.11 pts.)
Oxide of Iron 3.22G
Oxido of Aluminum 1200
Sulphhato of Magnesia 4.800
Carbonic Acid Gas 2 800
Sulphurated Hydrogen Gas 7.520
(Signed) J. P. Bahncm, M. D.,
The ladies of the German Lutheran
Church will give a strawberry sociable at
the Tenth Street Hall to monow night,
May 20th. Everybody invited.
Argus please copy.
National Republican Convention
to bo hold ut Chicago June 3J, 1884. The
Illinois Central K. R. will sell excursion
tickets from Cairo to Chicago aud return
for 10.7.5. Will commence sale of ticketa
Saturday, May 31st; good returning until
Juno 15th. A. II. Hanson,
Gen. Pass. Agt.
Two pleasant furnished rooms to rent, on
7lli St. Apply to
lw Mrs. S. E. Williamson.
A Startling: Discovery,
Mr. Win. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many years, and that all
remedies tried gave no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery f r Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which bad a magical effect, and
produced a permanent euro. It is guaran
teed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial B .ttles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size $1.00. (5)
itucKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coins, and all Skin Eruptions, ami positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
cents per box. For salo by Barclay
Aii End to Bono Scraping1.
Edward Shepherd, of Ilarrisluirg, 111.,
says: "Having received so mucu benefit
irom F.lectnc Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have had a
running sore on my leg for eight years; my
loctors tout mo I would have to have the
icno scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ard
my leg is now sound and well.
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, ami Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 23c.
per box by Barclay Bros. (5)
It is no Wonder
that so many people sink into untimely
graves when we consider how they neglect
their health. They have a disordered
liver, tlwranged bowels, constipation, piles
or diseased kidneys, but theg let it go and
think they "will get over it. ' It crows
worse, other and more serious complications
follow and soon it is too late to save them.
It such people would take Kidney-WTort it
would preserve their lives It acts upon
the most important organs purifying tho
blood and cleansing the system, removes
and pi events these disorders and promotes
Malaria positively cured with Emory's
Standard Cure Pills, a never-tailing reme
dy; purely vegetable, contain no quinine,
sugar-coated 23 cents (6)
Life bad becomo a burden to L. 8. Hill,
of Fast Montpelier, Vt., but the new spe
cific b r rheumatism and neuralgia made
anew man of him. Ho writes, "I have
been stifl'trm'' from rheumatism for over
six months, and had grown so bad as to
lose all use of my hands ami arms. After
taking a few doses of Athlophoros the pain
left me gradually, and tho swelling went
A Fair Ofler.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich,
offer to semi Dr, Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, aillicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
;-TTo Match that Bonnet! Feathers,
ribbons, velvet can all be colored to match
that new hat by using the Diamond Dyes.
10c. for any color at the druggists. Wells,
Richardson tfc Co., Burlington, Vt.
Hop Plasters are clean sweet and pleas
tut to use. Fresh Hops combined with
Balsams aud Gums. More powerful than
any other porous plasters. 25 cts. (12)
Clieup Iioincs in Arkansas and Texas.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain ami Southern Rail way, Texas and
Pacific Railway ami International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
ncies of tiic choicest farming aud grazing
larals in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per ncro, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
fur salubrity antl comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
far 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
halF, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoneypaid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. TWnseno, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
The Regular Cairo & railucah Daily
S GUS FOWLEK
ItKMlV K. TAYLOK, Master.
IIKOUUII JOHKs, Clerk.
caves I'idncah for C.lro dally (Jiindyi execpt
tl) ai 8 a. in ., and Mound Cltv at 1 p. m. ltettirn
ni;, loaves. Cairo at 4 p.m.: Mound City at 5 p.m.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND IA
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
Unjust Cibb Pike Paid for Wheat,