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DAILY CAIRO. BULLETIN.
ft. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL U.K.
TKK AllHIVI. TRAINS DIFAHT,
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KxpreM A: Warn
Accom'dntion. 4:00 p.m
tAccoiu(UtluR..ll ;lo a. ra
MIHH CENTRAL H. K.
Mall .... .. 3:Va.m
(Narrow Gauge )
Eipri! fl:tn a.m
Sunday etcnr'n 8:40 am
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Sunday eicur'n t):0S p. in
ST.L., I. M. 4 9. It. It.
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tAcrom'clalloti. H:!)p.ni tAccom datlun.JI:15a.ni
CAWO t VIUCENNES It. R.
Mali Ex.... 5:00 a.m 'Mall A Ex.... Mpa
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
M ayor-N. B. Thitlewoo4.
Tra.riir-T J. K'-rtn
:irlt-beuiil. J, Kniy.
'ouuilor Win. U. Otlbert.
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Second Wsrd-Jeaae Illnkla, C. N
Third Ward-U K, Wake, Jose Wood.
Fourth Werd-Cbarloa 0. rJt, Adolph Mo
Firtli Ward-T. W. Halllday. Krneet B. TeUU.
J)R. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornca No. 1M Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Htreeu
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKKICK-Elghta Street. near Commercial Arenna.
Q.E0RGE H. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of anrcical dlai-. and diaeaeea of women
Office: No)0 Eighth atreet, near Commercial
arenue, Cairo, III.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
(JOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PAT IE Ft fc CO..
Cor. Nineteenth utreet) fSllT'rt Til
Commercial Avenue f tamUii
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. UALLIDAY, Proaldent.
H. L. UALLIDAY, Vlce-Prosldont.
TUU8. W. HALLIDAY, Caehler.
s. ita tatlos, w. r. hallibat,
immt h. HAixrntr, r. u. ouwkinbbam,
a. u, iUJASoi, arspuiH bird,
. . OANDIS.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AMD BOLD.
Dapoatta received and a general hanklnt. bantnaat
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Jt W. WHEELER,
Minnier Wood and tfindling
conatatitly on nana
At Seventy-five ce nt per load.
At cue dollar per load.
The "trtmmlni;a"are eoarae shaving and maku
the heat rummer wood for cooking purpose a well
at the eheapent ever sold In Cairo, for black
pmith'e uae In dotting tlrei, they are unequalled.
Leave your ordera at the Tenth Htruet wood yard .
TH.EJ lOK KING.
Iteadynow, to furnifh and deliver ICE In auy
quantity both wholesale and retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I respectfully lolirit the patronage of all my old
friend and ae many L5W oiiee. and Kiiartiiteettiem
aatiKfactlon. JACOB KLEE.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. PRIDAY
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Livkrpool, July 15, 0:51 a. m.
Whoat Winter, 98 4a9s lOd; Spring,
Kh9 4d: California average, 9b 4d
98 Gd; Club, 9a 7d9s lid.
NEW YORK ORA1.V.
New York, July 15, 12 m.
Wheat nominal No. 2 Chicago, $1 22
J 23; No. 2 Red Winter, $1 28 j4'.
OHICAOO, GRAIN AND PORK.
Chicago, July 15, 10 a. m.
Pork August, f 17 55; September,
17 S3.t .
Wheat August, ft 14,; September,
(ilrn Augiwt, 47'ie; BeptcrulK-r, 47c.
a Hi Aflguai? Saj.jic; feeptemoer,. z)H.
CniCAoo, July 15, 13 M.
Pork August, $17 75 b; September,
Wheat August, $1 138'; Weptember,
Corn August, 47Jg'c; Beptcuiber,47c.
Oats August, 28;c.
Chicago, July 15, 1 i M.
Tork July, 17 72, nominal; August,
117 72; September $17 72.
Wlieat July, $1 12, nominal; August,
$1 13! Vo September, $1 12.
Corn July, 47Slc; August, 4758'c;
September, 47 J8c.
Oata-July, 4IJ4; August, 28c; Sep-
John Hunks, the man who stole the
horso from Mr. Wilburn at Hodges Park
some time ago, was brought before the
court for trial. He plead guilty to the
charge aucf was sentenced to tour years m
Wm. Vaughn was next brought out for
trial. lie is the man who hired a horse and
buggy from.Mr. Mulroony, of Mound City,
some days ago and sold it in this city for
seventy-five dollars. He also plead guilty
to the charge and was also sentenced to
four years in the penitentiary.
The next case was that of Wm. Douglas,
who stole two bugs, of shot from one of tho
wharf lwats some days ago, and then sold
t1iu.TNI..Wui. WeUKT. The" coie vus
argued at great lrngth by State's Attorney
Damron and Mr. W. C. Mulkey.
In the evening the arguments were closed
and the case given to the jury. The pris
oners was given one year in the peniten
This was the last case tried yesterday and
court adjourned until two o'clock Monday,
YESTERDAY'S PROPERTY RECORD.
Jno. A. Logan and Mary S.Logan to
Win. M. Murphy; deed, dated July 15th,
1881, for lot lorty, in block forty, in the
first addition to the city ot Cairo.
City of Cairo to Singer Manufacturing
Company; warranty deed, dated July 11th,
1881, for portion of railroad strip lying be
tween lots nine to eighteen inclusive, in
block one, and lots nine to eighteen nicln
sive, in block eight, being two hundred
and fifty feet in lengthen the fifth addition
to tho city of Cairo.
Henry L. Halliday et. al. to Singer Sew
ing Machine Company ; deed, dated July
11th, 1881, for lots nine to eighteen inclu
sive, in block one, and lots nine to eighteen
inclusive, in block eight, in fifth addition
to the city of Cairo; also the slope of Ohio
levee between the south boundary lino of
lot nine, block one, produced to the Ohio
river, and the northerly boundary lino of
lot eighteen, in block une, produced in like
manner to the Ohio river.
Laura Halliday to Singer Sewing Ma
chine Company; quit claim deed, dated
July 1 1 th, 188 1, for same property described
James Stcpp and wife to Lucinda Mar
tiu ; warrantee deed, for ono huudred teu
and twenty-one one-hundredth acres oifcast
side, soutuwcBt quarter of section thirty,
township sixteen, range one.
B. McMannus to John Bourgois; quit
claim deed, dated July 5th, 1881, for north
west quarter of northeast quarter, in Bee
tion five, township seventeen, in range one.'
A WORD FOR THE REYNOLD'S
Cairo, July 14th, 1881.
Dear Sir: It seems to ho tho prevail
ing opiuion, that tho jury in th case of
tho people, vs. Reynolds, wcro bribed. It
matters not what tho verdict of tho jury
may bo in cases of this kind, there will bo
Bomo to censure. This was an extraordin
ary case. In behalf of myself and tho
other momberi of that jury I will say that
according to tho evidence produced, no
othor verdict could bo rendered.
Whnu tho ovldenco for the prosecution
of a caso is all in, and the attorney who is
prosecuting the caso goto up and says to
tho Jury, "Gontlenien, from tho evidence
which I havo been ablo to produce, and
MORNING, JULY 15, 1881.
other circumstances surrounding this case
I reel that I have no case, and there being
no evidence by which to convict the defen
dent, I leave the caso in your hands
believing you will do that which is just
and right in the case." Then comes the in
structions of Hi3 Honor the judge, which
in point of fact amounts to just about what
has been told us by the prosecuting attor
ney. Can a jury in the face of all this,
when there is not an atom of evidence
against the defendant, get ud and say we
believe this man guilty, anTare in favor of
his conviction? Before further charging
this jmy with having been bribed, I would
ask or suggest that some ono interview
other parties, the prosecuting attorney fox
instance, and find, it possible, how and
why his principal witness was so suddenly
and mysteriously spirited away. There
may liAyc been brilicry in this case, for
. aiyMS iuow, but i wi in ,tJ;e r
neither was th:re any attempt at
bribery, and if there had been,
I feel assured that there was more than one
on the jury who would have repelled the
attempt and treated the bribers with tho
scorn und contempt with which they
Bhould have been treated.
Mr. Editor you will greatly oblige me
and I believe every man who sat on that
jury if you will give this a place in your
paper. Yours very respectfuly,
NEWS OF THE STATE.
Harvest hands at Washington are scarce
at $2.50 per day.
John Murray was killed in the Ellsworth
coal mlno at Danvile, Monday.
Mrs. Ilarrie Higbee, daughter-in-law of
Judge Higbee, of Pittsfield, died Tuesday.
It will cost nearly $;J0,000 to run tho
Rockfnrd public schools for the ensuiug
John Hendrickson, a farmer living near
Paxtoi;, was perhaps fatally maugled, Tues
day, while working a hay stacker.
Father Richard H. Conway, a priest at
Aourbonnias, was found dead on Tuesday
Twenty-six fat hogs died irom the heat
on Jos. Cromwell's tana, near Bunker Hill,
John Kelly was killed by a Germau
named Groh in a Baloon row at Fieeburg.
At Lincoln, at 5 p. m. Tuesday, the tner-.
cury fell from 100 to 74 degrees inside of
twpjviiiiqute. .. f .
J. N. Schuler's grain elevator at Ottawa
was burned Tuesday evening. Loss, $10,
000; insurance, $8,000.
Edward Taylor's farm house, near
Petersburg, was burned Monday night.
Loss $1,500, no insurance.
Chicago real estate is declared to havo
recovered, and reached the best point at
tained prior to the panic of 1873.
The county board of Iroquois county liaa
resolved to fight Hie Wabash injunction
again t the payment of the road and bridge
Last year's prices for mining coal have
been restored by the operators ot LaSallo
and vicinity, the prices now paid being 90,
80 and 70 cents.
Dr. Ferguson was arrested at Lincoln, at
the instance of his bondsmen in Menard
county, w here he has been practicing with
out a license.
Dave Thornton, 11a active democratic
policeman of Chicago, well known as the
keeper of "The houso of David," died in
Colorado last Thursday.
There is C19 cases of small-pox in Chica
go sinne January 1. Of thoso sent to tho
hospital only 23 per cent, died, while of
those kept at home o7 per cent. died.
Gruculmckcrs from the Sixth, Ninth and
Tenth districts met at Galesburg, Tuesday,
and made arrangements for a camp meeting
to bo held at an early day.
Ex-Mayor Wil ling, of Uellevile, died
Sunday afternoon, after a lintiering illness,
aged 40. Ho had been mayor four terms,
and councilman and justice of the peace
A few days before starting to Europe, H.
N. Grove, of Washington, sold to O. Ogden
of Minier, two valuable Clydesdale stal
lions, Cartlebaek James, teu years old,
Hob Laddie, a dark brown, five yar old, for
the sum of $3,500,
The Chicago Fair Association has re
cently boon incorporated with a paid-up
stock of $100,000. Tho grounds of tho
Driving ParkAssociation have been secured
for an annual fair, the first being held tlio
week commoiiciig September 13, 1881.
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Prof. I'M. Hoist, is 0110 of tho leading
professors of music in Chicago. In are
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It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness and sick-hoadaeho are
cured hy "SollciV Liver Pills." Price 23
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ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Dr. Ball, charged with murder, es
eapdd from the j ra.ll at Tyler, Tex., by
means of a French harp, which he con
verted Into a key.
A poor fisherman of Tallahassee, Fla.,
while digging worms for bait reeeutly,
struck a brass kettlo that was found to
contain $1,400 In coin.
Miss Bettie Green of Forsyth county,
Georgia, lias two silk drosses which
sho niado herself, having raised the
worms, spun tho silk, colored and wo
ven it with her own hands.
Nearly 14,000 persons visited Mount
Vernon durinz the fiscal year ending
June 15. The receipts were $10,834.50,
.mil the expenditures $10,223.68, leav
ing a balance of $610.92.
The Japanese government has ap
pointed a special commissioner, Mr.
Monosukp S:mo, to study the subject of
nemalion. and be is now Investigating
thf n.vi-Hn vt ill lUvbtu .iv.-5trtrfc 1 -Milan.
A paper dome, thirty feet in diame
ter and weighing a txut two tont, is
Ih Ing made for the observatory at West
Point. It will weigh only oue-tonih ns
much ai a copper dome of equal cize.
;' Mrs. Abijah Loom is, a widow, cele
brated her one-hundreth birthday in
New Hail ford, Conn., recently. Her
nypsight and hearing are represented
to be quite good, and her health is fair.
Accordinc to the Boston Ikralit: "If
all the things tint Jfff- Davis didn't
iarn tn the lute war wero written
down in books, the abrogate would
make a very respectable library."
A 'handsome young lady, a perfect
typo of the Albino, white hair, vin'.c
eves, and a clear, beautiful complexion.
can bo seen walking one of tho princi
pal streets of Milwaukee any bright-
clear day. She Is tho daughter of an
old and well-known citizen.
It is said that tho check given by tlio
Pennsylvania railroad company in pay-
meat for the Philadelphia, Wilming-
uii r.nu naiiimoro roan, i4,ij,uoa
was the largest ever drawn in this
At a woman s sullrage convention at
Portland, Me., one of tho ppeakers
Htated that sho had a letter from a
prominent physician, advising women
not to become moiners uiuiiiuey cau
The bronzed old captain of the ferry-ry-boat
Mystic, plying across the Huu
Bon from llaverstraw to Crugev's sta
tion has a (laughter, llattic, who
though only twenty years of age, is ac
customed to steer the boat while her
father collects the fares.
The Pennsylvania, legislature has
enacted a law making $500 tine and 90
days imprisonment the penalty for any
saloon-keeper who allows his custo
mers to play pool, cards, or any other
'fiainefi.r drinhs. -- - - - '
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dOsep.lino V KJIUIK, Jill nuiiau n'i-
man claiming the title of Countess of
Cairoli, recently died a-domestic ser
vant in San Francisco. She went to
t hut city in 18o'3 as prima donna of tho
Bianchi Opera company, but lost her
voice, and dropped into poverty and
Atkins Lawrence, the handsome actor
who has been the llumeo to Mary An
derson's Juliet and tho Claude to her
Pauline, has been coinpellod to guar
antee $j a week to a wife whom he de
serted iu Philadelphia. He urged that,
after paying his own expenses and those
of two children by a former wife, his
salary of $40 a week was exhausted.
The late Henry Wells, founder of tho
American express system, personally
handled the alleged Mormon plates
which Joe Smith pretended to find near
Palmyra, N. Y., and wuichVcontainod
the revelations" on which the Mor
mon religion is founded. They were
encased in a cotton bag, and Mr. Wells
did not actually see them, but from
their lack of w'eight he did not believe
they were metal plates as Joe Smith al
leged, but wore slates. Ho was great
ly tempted to "smash" them; and if he
had where would Mormonism have
been to-day? Mr. Wei's died iu 1878.
The Man Who Watched,
K day or two ago, soon after the hour
of noon, an individual who socmod to
be laboring tinder considerable- excite
ment, entered a grocery store on Mich
igan avenuo ami asked for a private
word with the proprietor. When the
request had been granted he explained:
"I believe myself to bo an injured
husband, and 1 want to verify my sus
picions by watching ahott-e on tho
other street. This I can best do from
tho rear of your storo. Havo you any
objections to my taking a scat back
thi'ie by the open window?"
The grocer grunled tho favor, and
the agitated Ktranger walked back and
took a scut on a box of codlish and be
gan his watcii. His presence had al
most been forgotten when lie returned
to the front of the storo with hasty step
and quivering voice and said:
'Great heavens! but I'll kill her?
Yes. I'll shoot, her through the heart!"
Your wife P"
"Yes, my Idolized Mary! I can no
longer doubt her guilt, and I'll bo ft
murderer in less than ton minutest"
Tho grocer tried to detain him, but
he broke away and rushed around tho
corner. Not hearing anything further
from him for half an hour the grocer
began to Investigate, and ho discovered
that fourteen rolls of butter, a crock of
lard, two hams and other stuff had loft
tho back end of the store by way of the
window at which the watchful husband
was stationed. IMroit Free Press.
Jones is proud of his wife, and with
reason, for Mrs. Jones i pretty as woll ,
us smart. She was lecturing on tern.
lH-raneo reform, and got naturally
worked up as dim rehearsod tho many
things that should bo done, but which
nolwly seemed ready to do. "O! dear,"
sits exclaimed, "t wish I were ft manl"
1 object!" exclaimed Jones, rising
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