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LOCAL WKATUBR RKPOIIT.
Caio. 111., Oct. U, 1881.
Time, Bar. Thar. Hum. Wind. Vel Weather
i p in 8.21
Mnmam Temperature, 8U: Mlnlmnm Tem
poMtureO; Kln 0 00 Inches.
Hirer, 10 fuel. 7 Inches Hise, I luch.
w. n. UAY.
Serii't Sltfnal Corns. P. H.A. ,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Offlce: Bulletin Building, Washington. Avenue
PtNTKHKD AT THB POST omC IN CAIRO, Tt
LINOIB, AS 8BOOND-CLAB8 MATTER.
OFPlviAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNT
SPECIAL LOCAL 1TE3IS.
Noticed In thlw column, eight cuula per Hue for
drxt and five conn pur Una each mlwquont Inser
tlon. For onn week, 30 cents per llnu. J''or me
month, (1J cents per lino.
1000 MEN AND f00 TEAMS, TO WORK ON C.
ft 0. 8. W. H. K. LATE rADUCAII AND
MEM1MJI8. WAOE8 FROM fl.DO
TO $2.2.') TEH DAY.
Plenty of good station work from 15 to
17 cents per yard. Transportation will be
furnished free from Memphis or Paducah
to Covington or Trimhle. Apply oa work
between Covington and Dyerslmrg or at the
feed store of W. J. Chase & Co., No. 182
Main street, Memphis, Tcnn.
Dunavakt, Kelly & Pir-Eii.
Commencing Sunday, October Oth, 1881,
passenger trains of the St. Louis, Iron Moun
tain ami Amtliern railway will arrivo at
and denart from Union denot. corner Second
street and Commercial avenue. Ticket
office, 55 Ohio leveo.
II. II. Milbuhn, Agent.
One furnished and one unfurnished
rooms to rent. Apply of
Mrs. Boyle, Eighth street
"Public Oninion" "
rules men, women and society, Kings and
Princes acknowledge its Bway, arid Public
Opinion is sold only by II.. Meyers, solo
ageut for Cairo, Illinois. Don t tail tooO'
tain a supply.
All parties holdiiig due bills from C. 0.
Patier&Uo., will please call and have
same taid to October 3d, 1881. Persons,
indebted to that date on our books, are re'
quested to make payment at once, as all ac
counts of the old firnf must be closed at
Ciias. 0. Patier.
Oysters by the Can
at Do Hauu's 50 Ohio Levee.
Buy Loutr or Short,
but bo sure to buy enough of "Public Opin
ion," the best cigar ever offend in this
market. Sold only by II. Meyers, sole
agent, Cairo, Illinois.
at De Bairn's 50 Ohio Loyec.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, nerving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. P. M. Ward.
in canB at Do Iiauu's.
For Sale at (ireeufleld's Landing1.
I oiler for sale my store house, residence.
and three acres of land. The store is lOx
70, and dwelling comprises 5 rooms and
kitchen. The location is first-class for busi
ness. A county road passes on each side ot
the place. For particulars apply to
John Tanner, Greenfield's Landing, Mo.
Fresh arrival of Select Oysters at Avin
ger&Tharn's Restaurant and Kuroocnn Ho
tel, Ohio Levee, next to City National Bank,
every day, and served un to order in the
best style, cooked or raw, at any hour of day
or night. Also for sale at lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family use.
in cans at De Bairn's.
A Fine Farm
TO LEASE FOlt A TERM OF YEA KB.
I will leann mv farm At PnliiNki Ifi milns
from Cairo, to a good tenant 1'or a term of
years. 1 lie larm is rich bottom and tim
bered upland, good for fruit and early
jniuciiMij;, nu living bii iiikb ui nuiur mat
.. usve snown no signs 01 iaiung tins present
ary season; new two-story dwelling of 7
rooms within five minutes walk of railroad
depot, postoffico and telegraph office;
mineral water as good as the best can bo
obtained by driving. At a littlo expense
a fish pond fed by living water can be
made and stocked with native fish. The
wheat crop this season yielded 13 bushels
to the acre and corn will yield 80 bushels to
the acre. As a dairy farm, tho place is un
equaled. New farm implements, cows,
horses, etc. will be sold with the lease it
desired. Parties are invited to visit tho
place or address me by letter.
. . E. M. Lowe, Pulaski, Ills.
Enquiries may be made at Tug Bulletin
oflico or of J. II. Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
at Do Baun's 50 Ohio Leveo. .
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Ilattie S. an elegant small Havana
cigar, at Scliuh's.
Since the sixth instant all police offi
cers are serving tho city also as health officers.
Work on the custom hoiiso walk with
in tho enclosure has commenced.
A full lino ol Tobacco and Cigars.
Try our 5 c Cigar. Pettis & Meredith.
The best brands of Hams, California
Hams and Breakfast Bacon, at Pettis &
Mr. H. Jones is having tho front of his
saloon on Sixth street renovated and hand
If you want first-class boarding call at
Charles Schocnmeycrs' corner Poplar,
Tenth and Washington avenuo, Clermania
Mr. John Koehler has had the ruins of
tho house, which fell down on Fourth street
somo time ago, rcmovod, and will probably
erect a new house, there next spring.
Business and general life in tho lower
portion of tho city has becomo perceptibly
moro activo since tho Wabash, St. Louis
.t Pacific Incline line conic into use.
Creamery Butter and full Cream
Cheese, also Now Cod Fh. Pettis & Moro
-Ono of the largo framo buildings of tho
Dixie oil works, near tho Mississippi levee,
is up, the roof being in process of construc
tion and nearing completion. The sills for
tho other and largest of the three have been
laid, and tho laying of tho joists were be
There is unusual activity among Cairo
merchants since a week ago; all are busy
receiving goods in largo quantities, and
sidewalks aro crowded in places with large
cases of goods which are being unpacked.
These signs prophecy a healthy trade dur
ing this fall 'and winter.
New Crop Tea, and a handsomo can
nistcr given away with every pound. Pet
tis & Meredith.
The first cabinet meeting of the new
administration was at tho residence of Sen
ator Jones, which is the temporary homo of
President Arthur, Monday. It was the
firBt time in over four months that a full
cabinet has been held with tho executive
head of tho nation present.
About ten o'clock last night a man
from Oak Town camo into the office of Dr.
Parker with a hand badly injured, which
had been caught by a saw and seriously
lacerated. Dr. Parker dressed it properly
and sent tho man homo much improved
physically and mentally.
Genuino Maple Syrup, new Prunes,
Jellies and new Pickle, at Pettis & Mere
dith's. Since the ordinanco requiring men
with flying dutchmon, lung testers, and
muscle testers to pay license was - passed,
the flying dutchman on Washington avenuo
and Fourth street has passed away. So
alsohas" tho muscle testing machine, from
the corner of Sixth street and Commercial
avenue. . ,
The policy at present pnrsued by tha
authorities toward paupers and against
which the evening paper says, "There is no
cause for complaint by anybody," has al
ways been pursued, and, therefore, by its
own admission, tho evening paper's vilifi
cations against tho authorities were entirely
Look. Families wanting to buy Corn,
Tomatoes, Peaches or any kind of Canned
Goods for winter use, would do well to call
on us, aa wo purchased a largo lot beforo
the big advance, and can sell retail at whole
sale prices. Pettis & Meredith.
Mr. Ilarry Walker is having his bill
iard saloon ronovated and greatly improved
in appearance by a force of painters and
paper bangers, preparatory to furnishing it
with two moro elegant "Monarch" tables,
which ho has purchased and will be in posi
tion for uso on Saturday next. His estab
lishment will bo one of tho finest in tho
city when finished.
A grand temperance meeting was held
Tuesday at Meridian, a email place about
two miles east of Villa Ridge, at which
speeches were mado by Dr. Petrio aud Mr.
Qoorgo Hendricks, of Cairo, and Mr John
Linogar, of Mound City. The attendance
was large, people from all parts of this and
Pulaski county be there, and tho exercises
were highly interesting and satisfactory in
their results, to the enthusiastic temperance
Cooked Corned Beef, Lunch Tongue,
Hara Sausage, Roast Beef, Columbia River
Salmon, Brook Trout, Deviled Hani, and a
full line of lunch goods. Pettis fe Mere
dith. Tho evening paper was mistaken when
it said that "the overseer of tho poor did
not pretend to undertake to do moro than
bury paupers." Tho overseer of the poor
always pretended to do just what tho coun
ty commissioners ordered him to do and
what the stato law required him to do, i. c.
to lend financial and medical aid to tho
sick poor of tho county. This contradic
tion and assertion is made upon tho author
ity of Dr. Wood, tho overseer of tho poor,
and shows how reliable the evening paper
is in iU statements of fact.
It appears from census bulletin No,
2G3, just received, that in 1879 there wore
6,6 1 2 acres of tobacco raised in this state.
Tho number of pounds produced was 3,
030,825. Of this amount Peoria county
produced 1,219 pounds from three acres.
Williamson county raised 752,994 pounds
from 1,303 acres, and Saline county raisod
785,870 pounds from 1,070 acres. Next in
order comes Jo Daviess county with 403
acres and 030,539 pounds, Hamilton county
382 scros and 214,000 pounds, Johnson
coanty 800 acres and 188,295 pounds, aud
CAIRO BUIXETIN: THURSDAY MOnNIIfG, OCTOBER 18, 1881.
Stephenson county with 200 acres and 373,
031 pounds. Of the remaining counties
the only ones raising over mo hundred acres
each aro Franklin 184, Massac 120 ond
Popo ioa. '
The city of Chicago passed an ordi
nanco some time ago requiring tho differ
ent street car companies to pay a tax to tho
city of fifty dollars per year for every car
run. Tho companies fought tho ordinanco
in tho courts, using everything that un
limited moans and great influence enabled
them to use against it, but they wero de
feated ; for Judge Drummond, of tlia United
States district court, recently rendered a de
cision sustaining tho ordinanco. Tho sup
porters of tho ordinance very properly
argued that tho companies, using tho pub
lic streets, enjoying valuable franchises and
paying handsomo dividondu, ought, in
justice, to contribute largely and specially
to tho expenses of the local government.
Tho argument is as good for other cities as
it is tor Chicago.
Tho ladies of tho city are anticipating
a grand treat in tho form of a display of
millinory at tho elegant new establishment
of Mrs. 8. Williamson, on Seventh street.
Tho display is to bu mado on Thursday
and Friday next, and will be gorgeous in
appearance and infinite in variety as Mrs.
Williamson's stock is larger, newer and
more completo and her establishment moro
spacious than it has ever been before.
Years of experience in the millinery bus
ness in this city has taught Mrs. William
son not only where and how to purchaso tho
best and newest goods at the cheapest
price, but has also enabled her to judge
correctly of tho peculiar wants of her cus
tomers. See may" therefore bo relied upon
as being able to accommodate any one with
everything desirable in her lino s: reasona
ble figures. Do not forgot her grand open
ing next Thursday and Friday.
Information was sent Tub Bulletin
yesterday in a sort of confidential way that a
certain young man, who has been in the cm
play of the express company for somo years
past, and who had been enjoying (?) a stato
of single blessedncssfNd departed for Cin
cinnati with intcntioVf a matrimonial
character. His departure was accomplish
ed in a manner that entirely precludes tho
idea that thejoung man is fond of notoriety,
for his most intimate friends were kept in
ignorance thereof. But it has leaked out
in spite of all his precautions, and TnK
Bulletin states tho news to his many
friends hero in a sort ot confidential way,
so that they may prepare to receive Mr.
and Mrs. James Barrow in a befitting man
ner when they return. Mr. Barrow is a
brother-in-law to Officer Mahanny, and tho
young lady he is to marry, or probably has
married by this time, is a resident of Cin
A young negro boy, about ten years of
age, bos been playing what may be termed
a confidence came upon a number of Cairo's
merchants. Ho is in the habit of frequent
ing tho back yards of business houses, and
searching through tho waste paper boxes
and baskets in search of envelopes that
have not been torn in opening them. IIo
will take these, place a neatly-folded cir
cular or pieco of old paper inside, seal it
up and then rush breathlessly into the busi
ness house of which he stole tho cnvolopo
and ask for "do boss." Being presented to
this personage he hands him tho letters, say
that he saw a boy drop them out of a bag,
and that he picked them up and took good
care of them. Ho is loath to withdraw his
hand from them and often thrusts forth
tho other hand while holding onto tho
letters with the oue. The merchant
takes tho hint and gives tho lad a nickel,
dimo or even quarter, only to find a mo
ment afterwards that ho has been gulled
most magnificently. Tho boy played
his trick once too often yesterday; ho has
been reported to police headquarters and
will probably soon be captured. His name
is thought to be Leech.
The evening paper was mistaken, when
it said that "tho efforts of The Bulletin
to prevent the city and county authorities
from exhibiting any philanthropic spirit
has failed." TnE Bulletin mado no ef
forts "to prevent tho city and county au
thorities from exhibiting any philanthropic
sprit," therefore, such efforts of Tub Bul
letin could not havo failed. But The
Bulletin did mako a prodigious effort to
tench the egotist of tho evening paper a few
easy truths concerning tho manner in
which tho paupers of this county
aro managed; but, though it
succeeded in silencing him for a time, it
nniBt confess that it failed to mako any
impression upon him, for ho is as stubborn
ly ignorant as ever and Is not ashamed to
paradd his ignoranco either. But Tjib
Bulletin is patient aud long suffering; it
will not yet abandon the man of tho Argus;
it will bo generous, also, and chargo all
these grave faults t his constitutional
weakness and to tho study of music, which
has a wonderfully softening effect upon tho
masculino brain; it will gather now strength
from tho pages of tho good book and con
tinue its noble efforts to infuse manly
strength, good common senso and, abovo
all, a lovo of tho truth, into tho organism
of tho man ot tho evening paper.
There is to bo a moro stringent en
forcement of tho ordinances against drunk
enness. Marshal Myers has so rosolved
and so it will bo. Not that thoro is any
moro drunkenness now than thoro has
been, but that persons who aro in tho habit
of getting drunk may bo awakened to tho
disgraeefulness of tho habit and mako somo
slight effort of their own to resist tho pro
pensity of making beasts of themselves.
Heretofore, men who were on a quiet
drunk who, after having drowned their
manhood in beer or whisky and mado hogs
of themselves, would mutoly sit down on a
beer keg, or endeavor to get homo as best
they could, without behaving in a disor
derly manner, wore ofton let alone, becauso
they knew what they wero doing and wero
still able to take caro of themselves. But
now all who are found in a maudlin condi
tion from tho effects of a surfeit of alcohol
will be taken in charge by the officer and
put where they will have a chanco to sober
up. This action on tho part of tho offi
cers is commendable. Tho ordinances of tho
city prohibit drunkenness in any of the
streets, highways, alleys or public places
of tho city; therefore, drunkards found
upon such public highways, streets, etc.,
should bo removed. As tho gallows is ono
of tho best means of preventing murder, ho
fine and imprisoment is ono of the best
means ot curing drunkenness.
The utterances of the evening paper, in
the discussion of tho county pauper ques
tion, which has been carried on lately be
tween it and The Bulletin, have been
nothing but a series of blundering critic
isms, uncalled for vilifications, gross-misrepresentations
and, wo can not help but
believe, willful falsehoods. If they have
not been the last named, they must have
been all the others and must have resulted
from an ignoranco of the facts concerning
the subject of which they treated that was
really deplorable and unpardonable in any
newspaper writer. Tho evening paper be
gan by blaming the city officers for not
taking charge of tho man Woodgatc, when,
if it had taken the troublo to post jtsclf, it
would have found that tho ordinances of
tho city did not make it tho duty of police
officers to take charge of any BUch cases,
and that the officers were not furnished
with the necessary conveniences for doing
so. The Bulletin informed the
evening paper of these lacts
and believed all was well.
But, alas! Tho next issue of tho evening
paper vilified the city authorties for failing
to take charge of the wounded man and for
allowing him to suffer so long without at
tention, when the truth was that tho man
had como to his injuries by and upon the
property of the railroad company and
through the neglect of one of the company's
officials, aud that tho authorities in ques
tion were not notified and did not know of
tho injured mau until seven hours after he
had been injured. The Bulletin mildly
informed the evening paper of these facts
and then reposed swctly in the conscious
ness of a duty well performed. But it was
too sanguine of success. The evening
paper began to give evidence of the stub
born obtuseness, or wilful dUmnesty, or a
most aggravating habit of misunderstand
ing everything and everybody that has
characterized it ever since. It next in
formed its readers that there were no means
provided by either city or county
authorities for taking caro of sick
poor, when tho county board has
always set aside two thousand dollars per
year for that especial purpose, and tho city
council appropriated a large amount of
money every year for the same purpose ; then
that the marine hospital was being imposed
upon because of the failure on the part of
the authorities to provide means for caring
for sick poor, and that it was a great aid to
the charitable people of the community in
that it cared for many chraity casts during
a year, all this, too, in tho face of the fact
that tho marine hospital never treated a
single charity patient, even for five minutes,
or to the extent of ono cent. And so on
for a whole week or more, misrepresenting
the truth, either purposely or
ignonintly, and then vilifying the officers
of the city and county, because they did not
act in accordance with the false ond foolish
views soignoruntlyor dishonestly put forth.
The Bulletin lollowcd each untruthful
statement of tho evening paper
with tho truthful one, but was
compelled to present the most positive
proof in every instance before tho evening
paper would ceaso reiterating its false
hoods. But it dared not pursue this policy
any further and finally submitted in stolid
silence to tho just chastisement adminis
tered unto it by The Bulletin with its
littlo hatchet truth. But tho truth stung,
as it always docs, ami on Monday tho even
ing paper summoned up courage enough
to resume its former disgraceful course.
Being compelled to acknowledge that it
had done tho authorities an injustico, it
sought to wrigglo out of its uncomfortable
position in tho only way it could, i. e. by
further falsehoods by pretending that its
former misrepresentations wero truths and
its vilifications just, but that tho authorities
intimidated by its utterances, had now
changed their courso toward tho county
poor and had instructed tho county over
seer of the poor, Dr. Wood, to treat cases
that he did not formerly treated. This state
ment is emphatically denied by Dr. Wood
himself, who says that ho has received no
Instructions whatever within tho last year
from tho board of commissioners, looking
to a chango in tho policy pursued by him
toward the city and county poor. Thus
falls tho latest misrepresentation; hut wo do
not expect that tho ovonlng paper will ac
knowledge it; tho tonaciousness with which
it adheres to a falsehood onco stated is only
equaled by tho sublime egotism it mani
fests in speaking of tho influence its un
truthful utterances and uncalled for de
nunciations havo had in shaping the actions
of the authorities.
T IT T
Which, Being Translated, Means,
The - - Town - - Talkh
And what are they talking about ? Well, if wo must tell you, it is about tho mag-
nificent stock of
FALL CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS,
That we are now displaying. Old shoppers say that they never saw anything like it.
Tho number and variety of styles is positively bewildering, while the enormous quantity
of fabrics displayed reminds them of an ever changing kaleidoscope. Many ladies who
have looked through our elegant varieties have sighed that their stock of adjectives was
exhausted, and that they could no longer find fitting terms to express their admiration.
Come and see them .
J. BUEGEE & JBRO.,
The Palace Clothing House,
103 Commercial Avenue.
Harry Kimball, of Bloomington, 111., is
very low from what tho physicians pro
nounce, a sporadic case of Asiastic cholera.
French troops havo entered the city of
Tunis aud occupied two forts.
Tho daughter of President Grevy, of
France, is to marry M. Wilson, under sec
retary of finance, on the 23d of October.
Tho resignation of Secretary Windom has
been accepted, and Senator Edgcrton, of
Minnesota, has withdrawn from tho contest
before the legislature in that state.
Two thousand mill laborers at Muskegon,
Mich., 6truck Monday for ten hours per
day, and paraded tho streets with a band.
The newest trouble among the Indians in
Arizona arose from the murder of a White
Mountain ecoutby the hostile Chiricahuas,
and a massacre is feared.
Acollinois between tho police and peas
antry occurred at Athenry, Ireland, in
which one man lost an eye by a bayonet
thrust. A riot occurred at Ballyragget
Sunday, two peasants beingtatally wounded.
Paymaster Arthur has returned to Hele
na, Montana, from a trip of eight hundred
miles in an abuulance. While at Fort
Benton he learned that his brother had
qualified as president of the United States.
The democratic stato committee at Al
bany is engaged in making up the roll of
delegates to the convention. The
Tammanyitcs have been excluded, only
twenty-four rural delegates being in favor
of their admission.
Tho new cabinet will probably bo un
rolled before the senate by Friday. Fre
linghuysen, Folger, and Lincoln have been
fully decided upon, and General Beale is
mentioned for secretary of the navy.
The secretary ot the Oldham Cotton
Spinners' association complains to tho
American consul at Manchester that thou
sands of tons of sand are annually paid for
as cotton, and suggests that the names of
the planter and packer bo placed inside
Tho democratic senators held a caucus1
Monday, ami nominated L. Q. Wash
ington for secretary. On tho representa
tion that important documents bearing
upon the case ot Senator-elect Miller are
on the way, a special committee of three
was appointed to investigate charges of
bribery and report this morning. It is
charged that Roscnc Conkling is at tho
bottom 'of tho inquiry. A member of tho
committee informed a correspondent of the
Chicago Times that not enough was devel
oped against Miller to keep him from being
Tho United States senate convened in
special session at Monday. Tho desk of Sen
ator BuniHide was draped in black. Tho
three new members occupied scats on the
republican side. Mr. Harris called the
sonato to order, and tho clerk read tho call
for tho extra session. Mr. Tcndleton of
fered a resolution that Mr. Bayard be chosen
president pro tem. Mr. Edmunds present
ed tho credentials of tho senators-elect and
moved as nn amendment that tho oath of
office bo administered to them by Mr.
Anthony, the senior senator. Tho motion
was tabled, Mr. Davis voting with the re
publicans. An attempt to substitute the
namo of Mr. Anthony as presiding officer
failod, and Mr. Bayard was chosen presi
dent pro tem. by 34 to 82, David Davis not
voting. Messrs. Anthony and Pendloton
escorted Mr. Bayard to tho chair, when he
returned thonks for tho honor conferred
upon him. Mr. Edmunds moved to admit
tho senator-elect from Rhodo Island, but a
motion to adjourn prevailed.
For thoCAltB and TREATMENT of
With thn Very Bout f l'rorowtlonal Caro. For
Tormi and Information, Addrumt
Lock Box No. ail), CHICAGO, ILLS.
Octvbvr 1H, IttHl.-Uliu
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VB aro anthorljed to snnoiinca the prune of 8al
rnon RnJrwood. of lliulewood rreolnct. a
candidate fur tho ofltce of County Commirtloner,
at tlia enanluK county election.
A Now and Complete riotel, fronting on Levee,
Secotid and Railroad Street,
Tho Panenger Df pot of the Cbirairo, 8t. Lonta
and New Orleana: Illinois Ccitral; Wabanh, St.
Loula and Pacific, Iron Mountain and Southern;
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. I.onls RaUwayi
are all Jnat acroaa the atroflt; whlla the Steamboat
Landing I bat one jntro dittant.
Thin HoUl la heated by Mean), hu iteain
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Bella.
Antomatic Flro-AIanna, Bath, abaolntcly pure air,
perfect nowerae and complete appointment.
Superb fnrn1iblnK; perfect eervice; and an un
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F EBB Y BOAT
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June Tth, and until further
notice the ferryboat will make trips as follows;
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