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anceol failure Mention tbla paper.
Bulwer Lytton's Bridge.
Where It Touches the Shores and tho
Great Columns in Midstream.
"What a beautiful bridge- botwoe i old agf and
childhood la rollglorj. How lutiiltlvuly tho child
boplnawlih prayer aud worehlp on enttfrlng lllo,
' and how In'ultlvoly on quitting llf j, the old man
turne ba k to prayer and worah'p, putting hlmaolf
gain tde by aide with the Infant," remarki Kir K.
BulwertLyltou.ln bis 'Strange Story."
"Ye, but botwoon Hi distant abtitmanli the
bridge of life baa many high and awful arches,
thn ugh which the wild wattrs dah and roar In
wrath and desolation. Prater and w rshlp alone
do not snoU'.n these. Nainrs'a solid r cks mut
rear and solidify the strnciure overhead. Und'a
will Is best exumpllfl.td In the laws JiahaamHde
for the creature whom He. ims planed und r their
control. Neither the oh Id's trn tful "Our fn'hor,''
nor the old ma i's "rrorgut me not In hemldatof
mine Inllrniltlia." wilt alter this by the weight of a
Scleno -and art llrt then faith nnd pruer la
theord'r of H'Rvun itself, Ul'ln'ty hvala through
Its agents, and i.ho aire ti are thu dUcoviT'ei. of
man; not the vague anununcrm inia ot p'tiphi'ta n
teera. I life a burden to jrnnf Die- time dtaut
la your power to o pe with ilio'. prnbletn nil du
ties wenk m dr Yon ar mil well. Your Mo id Is
llugglchand ttlnt il, perhaps; or soma Important
organ t tor Id orovnrworuil. This fact may hate
taken the Inrm of ilvap p la, rl einnuiia n, I'ottt,
malaria, pain-In th st mich, chroiiin hot'iieh",
orauy ofadoaun other Ma, PaUKKK'S TO S III
will Invigorate ou, as fresh a r 1 vUoraiea those
who hivo been shut up In dam , fold nells, It Is
powerful, pnro, delicious, aelentlOc, safo the key
ton of the ceutral arch of the bridge of life,
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the ILasiest JLadics"
Shoes "Nv cm.
HO Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
Holiday -:- Presents!
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
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pgr Musical Instruments. St. Louis Prices Duplicated.
- - CAIRO, ILL-
eTAOBS OF THE EITIK.
Hirer tnarkel bv the cul' at tbii
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, 14 feat 1
pclics. Kiae during previoui twantj
tour hours, 1 feet 0 inchei.
Chattanooga, Dec. 20. Hirer 10 ft 3
inches sad mox.
Cincinnati, Dec. 26. River IS feet 5
iochc and falling.
Louisville, Djo. 20. River 7 feet 7
inches nnd rising.
Ntuhviile, Dcjc. 20. River H feet 10
inches nnd rising.
Pittaburg, Djc 28. Hirer 11 fsel 0
inches nnd rimn7.
St LuiiB, Dec. 23. River 4 ft S inches
Tho Missisjippi rivc-r is gorged at Colum
bus, Ky., but if the weather continues to
moderate it will not hold out long.
Quite a number of flit-bouts loaded with
polntoes nru here waiting for tho ice to thin
out so they can proceed on their way
Til t Junius Morgan, which hits been in
Mound City for repairs, returned to this
city yesterday in good shrtpu and ready for
' The Bolleot' S'lreveport left Cincinnati
Wednesday for N-iw Orleans, but tho Buck
eye State, which was to leave for Memphis
the s-inie day, declined to corao out
The weather moderated hero yesterday
several degrees and the wind whipped
around in the east. Only give us a good
rain and that will settle the ice business
The City or St. Louis left here Christmas
morning for Ntw Orleans at S o'clock, one
hour bibJnd the Vint Shinkle, Sho had a
good freight trip and about thirty passen
gers, All of whom she received at Cairo.
The Vint Shinkle, which was destroyed
by fire near Belmont Christmas night, was
a total loss. She had a valuable cargo con
sisting of 100 kegs of nulls and 300 bar
rels tif flour, besides a largo lot of miscella
The elegant electro light steamer Guid
ing Star, the finest bout in the southern
transportation line, nrrlred hero yi'Bterdty
at 10 a. m., with a large number of passen
gers who wilt mako the trsp to New Or
leans and return on her. 8!io raouived
some twelve or fifteen passengers here and
will probably add more this morning. She
also filled out hor freight trip hore,
CiinisTMAs and New Ybaii?. Wo
have on hand for holiday trade, now raisins
currants, prunes, citron, Jnlllcs, mlnco moat,
Hpplo butter, preserves, oranges, lemons,
nuts, coeoaiiuts fancy candies, bulh Ameri
can nnd freneh, new liatna, Brook fort bacon,
chow chow and mixed pickles by tho pint
orquirf, and all , family goods . ncedad.
Telephone No. 11 for price. Now York
BULLETIN! fiAfUiiDAfr MGfcMNG. iJECEMTOU 27, 1884.
(fEXEilAL , LOCAL ITEMS
Attorney Leek Is upending the holidays
A fine boy was the Christmas present
which John Antrim, Jr., received.
-iAIviondcr Lodge No. 2H, 1. O. O. P.,
m et to-night. Let every one attend.
A three-legged horee and a horn
footed cow are among our curiosities.
Fred. J. Bross was gladly welcomad by
the "old folks at home" on Christmas.
This being St. John's day there will be
Holy C( mmunion at the Church of the Re
deemer. Mr. Elmer E. Comings, treasurer of
the New York Store, is lying ill of bilious
Would il not be an excellent idea to
barn the' names of tho streets painted on
A. C. nnd F. W. Ilarris will leave for
St. Louis, January 1, where they will attend
Just received an elegant line of New
markets in brocades, ottomans and plush,
at Qoldstine & R isenwnter's. 5
Will D. Cameron, now of the B'o m
ington Paragraph, formerly of the Cairo
Bulletin, is in the city among his old
Wanted, a good girl to do general
bouse-work. Good wues will be paid to a
No. 1 airl. Apply to Mrs. J. W. King, cor
ner Twenty-eighth and Waluut streets. 3t
"r. John Johnson, ot this city, was
married to Miss Emma Stolix, of Mound
City, Wednesday night. A largo number
of Cmroites were in attendance. The Bul
letin wishes them a prosperous and happy
journey through life.
Dolls! Dolls!! We offer the largest
line of dolls in the city, and for less money.
Remember we seil all our dolls and toys in
one week, and during the bolliditys and
they must be sold at the Naw York
The chief of police has received a let
ter from Bttltimor", Md., asking informa
tion of the whereabouts of a painter named
James M. Kelley, who vrben last heard
from was in this city. His mother is ill,
with no hope of recovery.
I have 100 nice turkeys for Christmas
and will be plensed to have your orders.
Also cranberries, oysters, celery, prunes,
currants, raisins, etc. in fact, a Cull line of
staple and fancy groceries at lowest prices.
Walter B. Pettis, the grocer. Gt
Miss VaoNostrand, who for the ptst two
years tesided with her sister, Mrs. Thomas
Lewis, in this city, died Wednesday niht
at the aiivnnced nge ol ol years, lhe re
mains were taken to dpringduld, III., oo
Christmas day, for interment.
Omens. We shall receive daily, un
til Jan. 1, '81 by express fresh bulk oysters
which we oflcr by the piut, quart or gallon,
all solid meat. Also by the can at the
New York Store. 8t.
George W. Sieber, tho defaulting treas
urer of St. Clair county, who was placed in
Chester prison a few days since, is in the
prison hospital, totally unfit for any duty.
He weighs but ninety-five pounds and it is
thought will not long survive.
Prof. Mason gives notico that his
classes are solely fur his pupik. No one
will be permitted at the ball but them and
their pareuts or guardians, except by his
special permission. The third series com
mences on Saturday, the 27th inbt. 3
D tvo Johnson, colored, well known in
Cairo, and whose wile is now residing here,
is in jail at Evausville, Ind. A gold watch
and chain, valued at $75, were found on his
person, lie had ollored them for salo for
$10, and it is supposed they were stolen.
From this date till January 1, 1883,
all winter goods, such as ladies' and child
ren's cloaks, shawls, llannelp, blankets,
cashmeres, and all dress goods in general,
are reduced to 15 perceut from former
prices at Goldetine & RosenwateiV. Please
call aud convince yourselves. tf
Charles Stuart is ono of tho best adver
tisers in the newspapers in southern Illinois,
aud for the past two weeks his "cash
checks'' have averaged over a thousand a
day. As each "check" represents a cus
tomer, we offer tins in evidence that adver
Luihor Taylor spent Christmas la Cairo.
Oo reports Columbus, Ky., enjoying a
boom. New manufactories are being start
ed, aud the business mon aro doing a thriv
ing ttadu. Jan. 1 a paper, to be called the
''Now Era," will issue its first number at
There is a Reformed Mormon church
in Belleville, and during the sorvlces last
Sunday, Elder John Be trd nnd Joseph E.
Butts, a saint, became involved in a row
which nnmu very near extending to tho en
tire congregation, Tho beligerents were
separated, howovur, beforo anything serious
Hon. E. Polk Johnson, an editor of tho
Louisville Times and clork of the Ken
tucky house of representntivs, considers in
Tho Current of December 27, tho question
of "Reform in State Lobulation," showing
how the timo of legislatures is frittered
away on trlvl il matters to the great injury
of the larger interests of tho statu.
The congrcsiotial c unmision to arr ingo
for tho dedication of tho Washington mon
ument Invites throuuh tho modium of thu
asBociitod press, all civil, military aud na
val orgauizitions in tlio United Statoi to
attend (lie ceremonies, which will be held
at tho base of the monument on the 21st of
Ftburtry, 1883. Aoy organization accept
ing this invitation is r quested to notify
"Lieut. Own. P. H. Sheridar, TJ. 8. A., mnr
hil of the day, of the number of such per
sons in sin h organization, whereupon he
will asnign it a proper position in the pro
cession to be provided for in the commiss
From returns made to tho secretary of
the Missouri Board of Agriculture he esti
mates the cost of growing a pii; in that
state to 200 lbs. live weight .i $5 88, or
about 3 cts. per pound. In the older sec
tions nf the etate the estimate is nearer 4
cts., while in Southern Missouri where mast
alxiumlsin abundant forests, the cost is rat
ed at 2 cts. and under. '
The Christmas fi stivitles at tho Church
of the Redeemer, Thurslay evening, were
of a moat pleasing character. Tho hand
some church was festooned with evergreens,
arrarg.'d in an artistic m mrer. A fine tree
was ladened with presents for the Sabbtth
school scholars, and the ttffiblo n ctor and
others were not forgotten. Ono bun lied
and fifteen gilts had been provl led, but as
there were only seventy-five members of (he
school in attendance the balance were
distributed among visiting children. The
exercises were short and interesting, and
every tbiug passed eff in a most extraordi
narily pleasant manter.
. Nick Ltrsh, a car-repairer, had some
trouble with a negro on Christmas and the
colored man put him to flight. C. A. Van
dcrwurt, a switchman in tho Central yard,
was twitting him about showing the white
leather, yesterday morning while they were
at rnuk, when they became involved in a
quarrel. It is said that Vanderwort threw
a large cinder at Lursh, when the latter
struck him, causing hirao fall on the
track, his head coming in co,tact with the
rail, ii.flieting a bad cut. Auotlur report
is to the effect that Ltrsh struek Vander
wort on the head with a hammer, fractur
ing Ivs skull. The Bulletin reporter vis
ited Vanderwort yisterday afternoon, at his
room in Seay's hotel, nnd found him asleep.
He appeared to be badly hurt.
State's Attorney Karraker, of Union
county, sends us the following description
of the tramp who was murdered December
11th by unknown p irties, in a vacant house
near tho Cairo & St. L mis railroad, in that
cou'ity, in hopes that it may lead to his
identification: "lie was 5 feet 7 iuchi'B
high, supposed to weigh abi ut 100 pound",
slightly bl mde, b'ue eyts, no'so eligibly
Roman, heavy auburn eyebrows and mous
turtle, no whiskers, darkish liht hair,
alijjlitly gray at point of forehead; had
raided mole on his face about a qu irter ot
o iooli from lea nostril; small feet and
hands, heavy chested, with a singular, deep
suukm place at breast bone. He wore
black felt hat, dark cotton and woolen
mixed sack coat, rather threadbare at
sleeves aud at breast where it buttoned;
coarse, dark gray woolen pants, with two
dark stripes about an eighth of an inch
wide and a space an inch wide alternatini,';
gray cotton socks, white knit cotton draw
ers, red flinnel undershirt, checked cottou
overshirt, and a heavy, coarse woolen blue
striped j tcket."
Cops' Christmas Captures.
John Murray looked upon the uiu when
it was fiery aud got howling drunk. His
duo and costs amounted to $3.70.
Be'tie Murray was making a lively rack
et when tho officers espied her. It took a
V besid w thoctsta to sjttlo up with tho
Peter M irris was a companion of John
Murray and ho, toi, was full up to the
ears. It also required $3.70 in his case to
liquidate the city's claims.
Jam 'S D in'el, cihrel, ws doing tho
lion-'n-the-den act when the officers yanked
bim in, li t made more noise than a whole
menagerie, but the air of the j til soon tamed
him. James was assessed $3 an I costs.
Christian Huber was so full that ho jost
led a lady ou tho sidewalk nt the corner of
Eighth street and Commercial avenue, O Ul
cer McTigo was on hand, as usu d, and took
him in, It cost Christian $3 and costs for
his un-Chrihtinn conduct.
, Henry Smith, a whito roustabout, fooled
with "ugency varnish" until ho thought he
was a big Modoc. His war-whoops died
away when, in thu gloaming, he wub laid
to rest in the city prison. Henry found
himself lu debt to the city yesterday just
A man named McMurrny, from Biri's
Point, filled up with henzina and got into
an altercation with his partner. In the
melon he received a bud cut in thu head.
For being disorderly nnd resisting an offi
cer ho was fined 1 13 and costs. His chum
also camrt in tor a $3 tho.
A. J. Barton filled up with tnmarak on
Chtistma'a Eve nnd was painting thu town
a delicate carmine when tho cops nailed
him. Ho sat at the bead of the tublo in
jail on Christmas day, but Bomchow uidu't
seem to enjoy the dainties set beforo him.
His little fun cost him $10.70.
, B.m Myers, colored, had an ug)y-lor.king
dirk knife In his hand, when officer MoTige
noticed it and walked him off to tin cooler.
Ho said ho had purchased tho knife from a
'stranger only a few minutes before, and
was going into a saloon to H'11 it, but tho
story nidn't seem to "go down" with Mag
Istrato Comings, so he assessed him $23
and costs. . Myers said he would appeal j
"SII00T, I SAY, SHOOT."
Two Prominent Citizens En
gage in the Pleasant Pas
time of Exchanging
The Rase Ball (lroud thn Scene of a
Duel, Almost Ending in a Tragedy.
Last night two of Cairo's most promi
nent citizens, who were deadly enemies,
met at thu house of a friend where they be
came involved in a dispute which almost
led to seriotu results. They agreed to set
tle the long standing feud by challenging
each other, pixtols being the weapons chos
en. We refuse to give tho names of the
parties, owini to their hih social standing,
but will call them Smith and Jones. Both
being anxious to fight without delay, their
friends suggested the base ball ground as
the moat suitable place. This was agreed
upon, nnd after securing the services of a
physician they drove to the fcene of action,
Their seconds, whom wo will name Nash
nnd Slade, nrranged the preliminaries with
all ppssibie speed. The two prir.c'psls
look their places at twenty paces apart.
They were to fire at the word "four." "One,"
said Nash; "Two," came from Slade,
"Three," "F.ur." Crack 1 Crack!! and
both antagonists fell to tho ground. The
physician ruthed forward and, after exam
ination, rendered the following statement:
I fiod a bullet lodged in the right shoul
der of Smith, causing a painful yet not
lungcrou wound. Jones was only stunned
Iroin the effects of the bullet, which struck
die region of his heart but which could not
penetrate his Vest. I iiccouut for this that
.1 ones' suit of clothes are ma le of the finest
fabric and purest wool, they being so strong
as to stop tho progress of the bullet, there
by saving Lis life. Smith's suit of clothes
are shoddy gmds."
When tho duelists regained conscious
ness they shook hands, thankful that neith
er were lalally wounded.
"Mr. Jones," said Mr. Smith, "your suit
oi clothes saved your life. Where did you
"Mr. Smith, I bought thtm at the great
btnkrzpt sale of clothing at A. & J. Levy's,
108 Commercial Avenue, Sun Burger's old
stand, for thu small sum of $15."
"By the Heavens!" cri"d Smith, "I paid
$20 for my shoddy sui', and to-morrow I
will to to A. &. J. Lev's and buy ono of
thoso bullet-proof suits, which may be the
cause of saving my tile in the future."
lie kept hits word and peace now pre
A War Incident at Cairo.
A communication in the Courier-Journal,
signed ''La Puriere," contains the following
incident, which will doubtless be rend with
, I met recently, in Cairo III., a gntleman
who for some time filled the position of
war correspondent of tho Louisville Journal,
Chicago Times nnd St. Louis Republican,
and who regaled me with a number of racy
incidents of those "trjubled times," when
Cairo was the great gateway between the
north nnd south a sort of Chinese wall,
separating the loyal states of lhe northwest
from the "Durk and Bloody Ground" and
the confederacy. During the early years of
the war Cairo was ono of the most impor
tant military posts on the Ohio, and was as
great headquarters for newspaper corres
pondents as lor military beroesi Corres
pondents (1 icked to the place in scores, nnd
at one time nearly every leading paper in
the whole country was represented in this
lively news center. Even "Bull Run" Rus
sell, of the Loudon Times, deigned to hon
or it for some months with his august pres
ence. To givo some idea of tho great quan
tity of news sent from Cairo, it is only nec
essny to say that from four to six operators
weie required, an 1 that often tho wires
were doubled, and kept busy running night
and d :y, and were not always able then to
keep up with the demands of correspond
ents, Thero was reat jenlousy and rivalry
among the representatives of tho different
papers, feelings that to a great extent were
shared by the papers themselves, many of
which had instructed their correspondents
to spare no expense and I might add sou
pies in getting news. It was the corres
pondent who failed to get the latest impor
tant news no matter how much money he
saved who was always summarily dismiss
ed. All who havo over worked on a daily
newspaper know that n reporter or corres
pondent would about us soon die as to al-
dow a rival, or, indeed, anybody elso to get
up a "scoop" ou him while he slumbered.
It was common among correspondents then,
just after a battle, to race for tho telegraph
office, and thu first ono who got tho wire
could hold it until his entire dispatch was
sent, They would have a tremendous race
as to who Bhould get there firs', aud then
it was an immense joke if thu winner could
hold thu wire, say until 4 o'clock next mor
ning. At ono timo nnd another dining tho late
"unpleasantness," tho New York Herald
had a dozen or more correspondents at Cairo,
adjacent, and in that portion of the south
contiguous thereto, N tno of these aro re
mnmbero I with more pleasure by the citi
zens of Cairo than the genial, but unfortu
nate, Frank Chapman. Ho had all the push
and euergy characteristic of the paper he
represented. The gentleman referred to
above, the whilom correspondent of the
Louisville Journal, among the reminiscen
ces, told m the following of Chapman:
There had been a battle a severe one and
the corps of correspondent! were tea miles
from the teWranh nfflpA f'hanman Kan.
pened to be mounted on the fastest horse,
and under whip and spur started as soon as
the result of the battle was known. He
was followed in full chase by the others,
and it was a break-neck race; but Chap
man got there first, however, by only a tew
momonts. In short, ho was so closely fol
lowed that he lushed Into the telegraph of
fice (none of them bad their dispatches
written out yet), and looking about the ou
ly thing bo saw was a copy of the bible ly
ing there. He seized it; opened at the first
chapter ot Genesis, and hastily, with bis
pencil, wrote: "To the New York Herald,"
and, passing it to the operator, said simply,
"Send that." He then sat down leisurely
to wrile out his dispatch, for according to
the "law among correspondents," he had
poocsHion of the wire.
It is difficult, and yet somewhat amusing,
to imagine what must have been the
thoughts of tho news edltorof the Herald
at ti e bible being thus fired at it over the
Western Union wires, as it came chapter
after chapter, in that regular order that in
dicated that probably the whole book was
behind. When Chapman, however, had
written out his account, he passed it to the
operator, and it is probable that the first
word of tho real account of the battle told
tho story of the trick to the New York of
fice. Royal Work.
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