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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Hub't B. Cottt-r, of Louisville is in the
Harry Hughes has been sick lor some
time, but is getting better.
Will Piuk is steadily improving and
we hope to soon see him around again.
E. E. Thomas, representing Lloyd,
Supple 6i Walton, of Philadelphia, is in the
The pic nic to be given by the Cairo
Temperance Reform club is set for tLe 22nd
Notice is given to a number of young
men, in another column, to meet for the
organization of a ba.se ball club.
Owing to the fact that we publish
Mayor Thistlewood's message this morning,
we have but little space tor local news.
News from the bedside ot Judge
Green is still unsatisfactory. His condi
tion was reported unchanged yesterday
J ue street committee met in the
council chamber yesterday afternoon, but
did nothing that would interest the public
to any great extent.
.nr. Lisas, .reuchtcr is preparing to
take the contract for sprinkling the portion
of Washington avenue, winch was abandon
ed by Jno. Ilr.gan a few days ago.
N. W. Graham of Carbondale is loom
ing up as a prtbable Democratic candidate
for congress from this district. He couu;
wr.iK Thomas' log" with the greatest of
There tre still several cases of uMtkt
fcv: r in the city. We heard of one case in
the vicinity of Seventh street which it was
expected would prove fatal during last
I he compositor or some other "guilty
man'1 played hobs with our notice of
the Glen-Fern pic-nic yesterday, eo much
r'j .1.01 wm eoi aucmpi 10 expi..m or
The parents of Mrs. E. S. Dewey, who
have been here fur the last three weeks visit
ing their son-in-law and family, left for
their home in Tamarea, 111., yesterday
The Public Library as.-ociation held a
meeting at their hall at three o'clock
yesterday afternoon. The chief feature of
the exercises was the consideration of the
life and writings of Thomas M)ore.
Mr. Chas. Thrupp, who was appointed
city engineer at the last meeting of the
city council, is one of the best men that
could have been chosen for the position.
The appointment gives general satisfaction.
One of our dashing young I). Bs. who
was sent out collecting for a well-known
merchant on the first of May, succeeded in
gathering ouite a little sum of money, and
appropriating it to his own use, departed
for parrs unknown.
The little child of Henry and Mrs
uossman died yesterday morning at abeut
lour o'clock, after pMlonged illness. The
parents have the sympathy of their many
tnemis, mcludiug Tue Bulletin. The
funeral takes place to-day.
Strawberries are bein'' sold at
ceutts per quart-box retail at ropier Bluff,
Mo., and, by the way, we have reasnn to be
lieve that they will be cheap hery this year,
thirty-live thousand empty crates having
so far been taken to Villa Ridge, alone, to
be Cllt'd .it shipment.
-Commencing with to-day the driver of
the riibbis.li cart will toot a horn in front of
those residences whose inhabitants he do
sires to attract. This, from every stand
point, is an excellent idea, but especially is
i! so since, no matter in what neighborhood
the driver may find himself, it will ut least
enable him to make himsef heard if not
The report of the southern Illinois
penitentiary for the month of April was re
ceived by Governor Cullom day befoje yes
terday. It shows the number of con
victs in the penitentiary, April 1st. 310;
number of convicts received during April,
N; number of convicts discharged, 10; to
tal number remaining, 30s, of which four
The cattle thieves who were day before
yesterday arrested by Officers Slieehiiii und
Hogan, arc now confined in our county
jail and will remain there until word has
been received from the owuers of the cat
tle in Pulaski county. It was ycsterd.iy
learned by the officers that the fellow, be
sides selling cattle to other parties, had
sold a valuable animal to Nick Williams
on Saturday last, which was also, doubtless,
Messrs. Brode.rick A Yor urn's mare hud
her legs more or less hurt in her Htable night
before last. She was found by her owners
yesterday morning lying clown with her
legs badly swollen and otherwise injured
the result, it is believed, of her having be
come entangled in her li itching rope. It
was found necessary, by the aforesaid gen
tlemen, to secure another liorso for their de
livery wagon, until the mare shall bo well
on her limbs again.
A colored lady, being in bad company,
and perhaps remembering the. advice of
Chesterfield to "speak the language of tho
company you aro in," spoke very vulgarly
and in tones very offensive to decent ears.
She was escorted to thi office of Squiro Bob
insoa to answer for hor conduct aud upon
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
pleading guilty was fined five dollars and
cost. She paid this amount anil being re
minded by the Squiro that, "speech was sil
ver, but silence was gold," left the court
promising to sin no more.
Night belore last a tailor in tho em
ploy if Mr. Jno. Antrim, whose name wo
have forgotten, whilo walking down Sixth
street to Commercial avenue, stumbled over
some timber which hail been thrown upon
the walk by the men who aro repairing the
building formerly occupied by Dan Jlart
raau, and broke his arm. Dr. Parker
dressed the arm and the gentleman now
endures but little pain. We are informed
that he proposes to bring a suit lor dam
ages ogainst the parties who arc rcsponsi
ble for the condition of the walk round
about the building.
Hon. Poindexter Dunn, member of con
gress from Arkansas; Hon. W. 11 Myers, of
Indiana, Hon. B. W. Harris, of Massachu
setts, lion. H. L. Humphrees, of Wisconsin,
and Hon.C. D. Prescott, of New York, are
passengers to New Orleans on the James
Howard, which arrives here to-morrow.
The above gentlemen constitute
the committee appointed by congress to
make the trip to New Orleans from St. Louis
to enable them to present to congress more
fully the wishes of the peopled the Missis
sippi valley upon the needed improvements
of the Mississippi' river. Would it not be
well for our city council to hold a meeting
and appoint a number of gentlemen to call
upon this committee and call their atten
tion to the important work to be done
Messrs. Barclay Bros, have secured the
services of Mr. ti. Howard Speck, late of
Hopkmsville, Ky., as. prescriptionist and
salesman for their Washington avenue drug
store. We congratulate these gentlemen
and the community, upon the acquisition
of a genial and competent business man,
and feel assurrcd that he will soon become
as popular with our people as he was in the
city he has recently left. We clip the fol
ing from the Kentucky New Era, pub
lished at Hopkinsvillo:
Mr. G. Howard Speck resigned his posi
tion in Messrs. Gish & Garner's drug store
last week, and1 when the fact became
known, much fear was expressed by his
friends that he would leave the city. " Mr.
Speck has been a resident of nopkinsville
for five years, and, by his high character
and excellent social qualities, has won a
large place in the esteem and regard of our
people. He is a cultivated pharmaceutist
and a druggist of unusual skill and expe
rience. As a gentleman, no young man in
the city stands higher or is more widely
A Washington letter to The Bulletin
says that the clerks in the various depart
ments in that city are decidedly on the
fence. It's good Lord, good devil with
them. Their state is decided as follows
"If you say the thing looks like Blaine,
they say it certainly does. And if you say
it is surely to be Grant, they say they have
thought so from the first. If you are in a
good humor and say that Sherman's
chances will come up after the first ballot,
they say that Sherman would make as good
a president as any of them. When you
say that some dark horse is likely to win
their laces drop aud they ak who is the
moct likely dark horse. If by any unhappy
chance you say that a Democrat is pretty
sure to come in, with what eagerness they
question you for your reasons lor thinking
so. The ten thousand people in Washing
ton worKing for the government in one ca
paeity or another are a conservative lot, be
lieve me." Aud they have to be. Their
bread and butter depends upon their discre
tion when the presidential war's afoot.
Some of our Republicans arc a little
uueasy nbout the uctiviry ot the colored
politician, Scott, and his friends, in the in
terest of Blaine in this city, and are in
clined to believe that these gentlemen have
of late been plentifully supplied with the
necessary "campaign oil" by the friends of
the Maine aspirant for the presidency. Not
being Mr. Scott's keeper or in his confi
dence, we cannot assert whether or not he
has received the ducats alleged, but if we
may be permitted to judge from appear
ances we should uiiheHtatiiiirly inform our
readers that "money makes the mare go"
in this iustunce as in most others. It is
not probable that Mr. Seott, Mr. Gladucy,
et cetera, have been induced to pull off
their couts for the Maine man by the read
ing of flattering promises of pay in the fu
ture, or by the receipt of tender love epis
tles, tilled wiih endearing epithets mid
sublime guh. No; we do not believe this.
We may, however, be mistaken, but how
ever this may be, time.and the new suits of
clothes these gentlemen will sport, in case
they have received the alleged lucre, will
tell the tale.
At the last meeting of the city council
a petition, signed by the saloon-keepers of
the city, was presented, asking a reduction
of the saloon license. It was, upon motion
of Alderman Liuegar, referred to tho finance
committee, rind tho city being now financi
ally flush, the committuc will report some
what as follows: "We. tho underm
having duly and impartially considered the
petition of tho saloon-keepers referred to us
at the last regular meeting, respectfully re
commend to your honorable body that tho
petition of these gentlemen bogrnnted.etc,"
and then the council will forthwith proceed
to grant it. This will perhaps bo us it
should bo and perhaps not. Wo don't
pretend to know anything about it, but be
lieve that the license which are
now being paid two hundred dollars
is very high ond it might not bo amiss to
see how a reduction would work. That a
reduced license would put moro money into
the pockets of our saloon keepers wo . aro
not prepared to say sinco it would proba
bly be the means of a number of new sa
loons opening, and this would divido the
patronage among many which is now being
enjoyed by a few. The members of the
Reform club are apparently very indifferent
ubout this matter and are making no effort
against it. Probably because they know it
would be useless and probubly because
they think that if a reduction is wrong, the
wrong will in time right itself.
From the Newark (N. J.) Daily Ad
vertiser, March l!th, 1880: The Equitable
Lite Assurance Society, of New York, has
just paid a policy of $.3,000 upon the life of
the late E. M. Dunn, of this city, as set
forth in the following letter:
Tho uudcrsigned takes pleasure in ac
knowledging the payment to him of $."5,000
for his sister, Mrs. Edward M. Dunn, being
the value of policy No. 6,112, issued by the
Equitable Life Assurance Society, for that
amount, upon the life of her husband, who
died at Mandarin, Fla., in the month of
September last. Mr. Dunn had gone to
Florida under advice of his physician for
relief from the effects of a chronic disease.
By his change of residence ho had technic
ally violated the rules of tho Bociety. The
matter was considered and discussed by
the relatives and friends of Mr. Dunn and
by the representatives of tho society, in a
calm and reasonable manner, and when, on
the part of those interested in the family
of the deceased, the whole facts were stat
ed and the inevitable conclusions present
ed, the fnciety taking all the circumstances
into consideration, soon concluded to pay
the face value of the policy, and the final
settlement has been made through the Hon.
N. Perry, general manager of the society
for New Jersey.
The undersigned is impelled to speak of
the courtesy he experienced at the hands of
representatives of the society, the unpreju
diced and reasonable manner in which the
case was dealt with throughout, and to ar
gue therefrom that the Equitable Life in
tends to deal in a just way with those who
arc interested in its policies.
E. T. LlNDSLEY.
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dandruff, causing the hair to grow where it
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hair dressing and toilet luxury. London
Hair Color Restorer is sold by all druggists
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i'nncipal Depot for United States, 330
North Sixth street. Philadelphia.
Kidney-Wort has proved a most effec
tive cure for piles and constipation be
sure and try it.
Jan Pifk. Jr r-aducah
T. F. Ei kert Chwrter
Bob Lee raducah
Raven St. Louis
Colorado St. Louia
Granite State St. I.'ii
Thomas Sherlock New Orleans
John Porter Loalsvlll
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T. F. Eckcrt. LonUvillo
Bob Lee South
Thomas Sherlock Cincinnati
Granite Stule Huntington
John l'orter ' St. Lonla
Fearless St. Louts
Pittsburg St. Louit
Golden Crown Sew Orleans
Cons Millar Memphis
River is still rising.
Business continues fair.
Belle Memphis up at 2 p. m.
Capt. Koontz has returned from Pitts,
Pancake Joe, an old river pilot, is in
River 38 leet 1 inch, a rise of 3 inches
in 2i hours'.
The Grand Tower passed up to St.
Louis last night.
The Crown cleared for New Orleans af
ter filling out here.
Dick Fulton with tow ol empties,
passed up the Ohio.
Pilot Angclo McBride quit the Raveu
here, and is now open for a berth.
-The Burge Line will have a tow leav
ing here Friday for New Orleans.
The Pittsburg for St. Louis is over due.
She will likely pass up this morning.
Granite State passed up for Hunting
ton at noou fully loaded with iron ore.
The Gaff for Cincinnati passed up with
a crowd ol passengers enrouto to tho music
al festival at Cincinnati.
The Eckert made the run from St.
Louis to Cairo in 14 hours. That is pretty
good for the old war horse.
The Jas. Howard will bo hero Friday
for New Orleans. She had a number of
passeogers when leaving St. Louis.
As the weather grows warmer we will
soon seo the Fisk come in with her usual
number of excursionists from points above.
Tho Champion will be hero to day,
from St. Louis. She does not go to Padu-
cah this trip, Lut will return to St. Louis
this evening at 5 o'clock.
Tho City of Vicksburg camo out at 5
o'clock yesterday. Sho was loaded to the
guards, and ('apt. Calvert and Clerk
Quisnell were both happy.
-Capt. E. W. Gould, of tho W. P. llalli
day, hos gone to Kansas City to interview
tho people of that placo iu reference to put
ting a ino of barges between there tod St.
MAY 6, 18S0.
Tho Fisk was in and out of the Padu
cah trade as usual. Shu has been a luith
ful packet, and our citizens will soon miss
her welcome whistle. Tho new Gus Fowl
er will be out in about 10 days, and it is
intimated that Capt. Taylor will then givo
his Cairo friends a reception on tho new
Of the condition of the
CITY NATIONAL DANK,
At Cairo, State ok Illinois,
At the close of business, April 33, 18S0.
Loans and discounts.
V. S. Honda to secure.
V. ti. Honda on hand
Other stocks, bonds, and
Due Irom approved re
serve, amenta 110,817 19
Due from other National
Hanks n,7;o S5
Duo from s'ato banka
and bunkers 51,740
Real etato, furniture
Current expenses and
Premiums paid on U. S.
Checks and other Items !.:!) na
Rills of other banks i4,!Si 00
Fractional currency In
cluding nickels 4(0 on
Specie. (Sliver) ,0:J5 05
Letal tender notes $10,
000, gold $15.tKJO. iVOOO 00
Redemption fund with
U. S. treasurer (S per
cent of circulation
Duu from U. S. treasu.
rer. other than 5 per
cent, redemption fund
Capital stock paid In
Individual deposits sub
ject to cheek
Demand certificates of
Duo to other national
Due to state bunks and
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3 1, 'Hi 43
State or Illinois, i
County of Alexander. (
I. Tho. W. Hiilllday, cashier of the above named
hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Tuos. W. Halliday, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day
of April, iswi. Jas. W. Stewart, Notary Public.
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Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON, Piiesidest.
Mils, A. P. TAYLOR, . . Vicr. ritEsiBENT.
J. A. GOLDSTINE, - - Tksasl-rib.
Dh. J J. GORDON, - . Med. Adviser.
THOMAS LEWIS, - . Secretary.
ROABD Ol'' MANAGERS:
J.J. GORDON, Phylcluu Cairo, Ills
Mrs. A. P, TAYLOR, Superintendent of
Schools, Alexander County "
J. A. GOLDS TINE, ofGoldstlue 4 Ros
euwater. Wholesale and Retull Dealers
iu Staple and Fancy Dry Good " -k
N. B. THISTLE WOOD, of lllukle A
ThlMlcwonrf, CommiHslon Merchants,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor... "
H. D. AY RES, of Ayree Ja Co., Commis
sion Merchant "
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Manager
mid Attorney at Law
WM. STRATTON of Stratton Bird
Wholesale Grocer ,
GEO. M. ALDEN. Commission Mer
chant, 7S Ohio Levee
JAS. S. REAKDEN, A(je!it Mississippi
alley Traufportution Company " '
CUAS. R. STUART. Wholesale aud Me-
tall Drv Goods and Notions " '
EDWARD A. BI DEIt. ManufacttirlnK
IflJewler and Wholesale dealer Iu Watch
maker' Tool and Materials " "
CHARLES LANCASTER, Lancaster &
Rice, Lumber Dealers...
CO. PATIER, C. O. Patter A Co ,
Wholesale and Ketall Merchants " "
Rev. B.Y. GEORGE, Pastor Proabyterlan
J. C, WHITE, Insurance Agent " "
(. W. McKEAlG, Postmaster
S. P. WHEELER, Attorney and Counsel- '
or at Law.... ........... "
Mn. LOUISA E1SHBACK
OSCAR UAYTII. RN, Wholenle and
Retail Hunts' Shoes and Dry Good....
A.J. BIRD, Merchant end Steamboat
Ill UUIIVIVI N..H..H, NM "
WILLIAM KLUGK.Oeucral MerctrdUe '
P. G. SC'UUU, Wholesale and Retail
J.T. RKNN1K, Foundry and Machinist.. '
Mm. L. A. HOWARD, Boardinii House.. " "
W. K. PITCHER, Insurance Agent
A. UALLEY, Dealer is Stone, Tin end
H. W. GRJCKN, Green, Wood A Beeoett
H. F, POTTKR, ttittor end PoblUher '
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