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CA1E0. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY .MOBNINB, MARCH 'lit, 1882.
' City Oinitra.
. Vnyor N.B. Thistlowood.
Tru-suror T O.Ke.rth..
Olurk l)i mil". J, Kuluy.
Oimuslir--Wm. II. Oilliort.
1rbol-L. H. Meyr, . ; ,
Alturuey William Uun-nUS.
boaub or AMmm"'
Kl,st WsM -Voter Snap T. it . Klinhronith..
T'.Iph Wrd n. F, 11 John noil.
Kmmh Iwird-ichirtai 0. ratler, AdolpU 8wo-
"nrth Ward-T. W. Ualllday. ErnestH. rsttlt.
C'lrcnlt .ImWi U. T.itkir.
Circuit Cler.-A. 11. Irvln.
Couiitv Juiitfti K. S
County Cler-S. J. Iluinm.
('..mi my Uuruy I M . l.""'n .
County Wr-Milcs W. I'ar-er.
shsttir John llixlift.
Coroner-H '''tr'di T w n.-.ldny, J. A.
County Ciiomiunnr T. . us.iiunj, .
(Jit b and Veter Mup.
tt.j niPTHT. Comor TeutU and VopUr
lUrUPH OP TUK HDEliMKK-Kpt.copal)
C K"nlh street! u..d.y 71.
hl-h-sU; :W m.. Sunday r:hool I'M-;.
Morntn prayers-. 8 :ip. m., evening .rayers. F.
rih.ST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUrKCO
V Whin .1 W:l . P.
sbh.th school t 7:S0 p. m Kev. T. J. Shores,
I nilKKAN-Tblrtwoth trtet: sr-kes sau
1. bath l:a a.m.; Su-day schoollp. m. Rev
Rnitppu, pastar. , .
M Vreachlnp BtM.lh inw.m.
froud.y bcuoa! at -NO p. m. Ue. J. A. bcarruu.
llUKSBTTBKIAN-ElRtiU slrt: preachln on
I Mshbath It n :."0 a. --- T::0p. m.; pr.yof
It s p. m. lUv H.Y.Oor,e, pastor.
CT. JOSKI'ir S-n-nn.n Catholic ) Corner Com
O and Walnut struts; lh
jT; Sought School al !l r m ; Vrstxra S P m. ser
tvcry'day at 8 a. . Hev. O Uara. i'rtet.
ST PATKICR'-(Hn!uiin ClloIlc) Corner NMnlh
'iwet nd Wi.tilrd-n vcur.; 'v1c
t v. ni. rvlcr. ery d t b m. Rev. i. jslcrsuu
K. It. TIMK CAUD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL M. H.
TIUIK VIVXHT. f fKAMlIVB.
Mi -...VlS.mjtM.l V.V--S
,Kr;,reti 4:"p.ro I Aciinil-iloa...t p.m
illS CENTRAL R. R.
fMll l:-rt..mHMll S:P-
tEipt n ttpn U.w- m
C.iST. L. tt. It. (Nrniwne )
Kspr U';l i:i I K?r- P-"
Accora-tioD. 1 :Wi p.m I Accnm dnlom U: p.ui
bT. I... I. M. S. It. It
tKipriu. 11 :.;.M I ti:I- "
r ucom om.o. -; p m I tAi-com'd.ti.m n 5 m
tamvsii, sr. i.unu PALiriC ll'Y CO.
Mall K V' .m i'M V.I A. hi.... :SJp m
i)ily exrupt SumUy. t Daily.
IN01S OENTHAL R. K.
M or?.?? Jm m i
ill III M
vrt- tf tif if v-
Shortest antl Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv JLino Hunnint;
o DAILY TltAIiVrf
Making Dikkct Connection
Thaik Liav Caiwj:
;t:lf) ii n. Mail.
Arrlvlncln St. Loulit 9.45 a.m.: ChlcKip,:30p.m.)
uall. I,oivillo. Iiidmnnpoln nod plnt Kt.
.i.lii u.,n. HI. roul arnl AV-atrn
Arriving In St. Lonia 7:05 p. m., and connectlnK
for all poiuU S ut.
-4:'JO p.m". Fiwt Kxprcas.
a,,,. St.. Louie and Chicago, arriving at St. Louie
(0:40 p.m., and Chicago T :) a.ra
4:UO p.m. Olnwlnnttti I0prp.
Arriving at Clnclnuatl 7:( a.m.; I.otiievllle 7:30
a.m.; Iodlanap.illa a.m. I'ikhV"" '?
thu train reach the above point 1U to 3tJ
UOL'jtS luadvouco of auy other route.
fVTh4:flr p. . prM 1" PULLMAN
hi i.KRI'lNOCAlt Cairo to Olnclnnail, without
chnncea, aim through iliicpor to St. Loan ana
Fiint Timo K:st.
1 ilscll,l IS t.rn points without any dvlny
ffviiiiiid by Sunday Inti-rvrnluiv Tho Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new Yo'k Monday
norntuR at 1:85. Thlrty iLx hours In advance ol
nv othur route.
tvrortltroKtSh UcketaTand further Information,
n'olv at Illinois CUntrai llailroad Pi-pot, Cairo.
JAB. JOUNSON, J.1I.JONK8,
. Oon. Sonthern Accnt. TIcaotAKent.
A. II. UANSON.en- PftM.Aont. Chlcaiio
METAL TIP LAMP WICK.
rnUnteil Di e. 7tli, 180.
Thl Wick 1ve a Ttrlllt mt vVhlte Llnht, nprl
nr to fit, riiqinrn uo trlrniniDH anil Initi for ma
nr month. Iho Oil hiirm id ill not Ibo wick. 1
Wink. lOrt. S wick, U'i ct. 14 Wli:k,7Scl. 141
Wlcic, I7..V). Sent by m II oil rcci'lpt of prlc.
Htnm lo. Wo havo four !?!'. No. 0. , No. 1,
N. No. i, Mid NO. !1, 1' Inrho wlil. I.iiriro
Vrod'a to A(nl. MKTAl. Til' LAMP WICK
CO.,7JCoiirllanilt St., Now York.
jyi W. C. JOCIPLYN,
oyPK'B-Klirtit'i Stnmt. linur Crnnwafclal Ano
XV BW. WIIITLOCK,
Durxtal Surgeon. .
oriM-No. 1M Oorarucirclal Aveuno, botween
Q AV. WHEELER,
. ANTIIUACITlt, COAL
Summer Wood and Kindling
cotuunUy on hand
At Seventy -five cents per load.
At oue dollar per load.
The "trlmmln)t"are eoareihavlD; and make
thebimt ummer wood for cooklnr parpocena well
a tha Rheapt evtir sold In Cal.-o. Kor black
.mlih'a nu lnottiii(; tlr. they are nneunallert
Leave vnor orders at tho Tenth street wood rard
" o ""3
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE iHil STATES.
On and aft-r Konlar, nne 7th, and until further
notice thffcnyboat will make trips as follows:
MATES LUT19 LBAVIS
foot Fosfth st. MlMonrl Ijtnd'i?. Eentarky Ld g.
8:nf a. uj.
10:00 a. m.
a :00 p.m.
4 p. a..
? t. m,
t.V) a. ro.
10:S0 a. m.
2:00 p. ra.
9 a. m.
11 a. m.
S p. m.
1 p.m .
A New ani compictn TJM.0I. froutln; on Levee
I Sucoud aud Railroad Streets,
Th Pinccr D . pot of tho Cblcaeo. St. Louis
at'" .ew Ortimn: IlUnoN C.-iitril: Wa)ish, M.
l.oul and Paclik; Lou Mountain and Southern,
Miihili. mid Ohio; fair and St. Lnm Railways
are all Jut arm (ho street: while the Steamboat
Laniliiig 1 bnt one ;intro dit.mt.
Tin Hoii'l I h'atel hy ftnam. has steam
Laundry. Hulraullc Klevntor, Klo trie Cull Hells.
Autotimtic Klre-Alrm. llaths. absolntely pure air,
porlPit seweracc and complete apiuilntmenta.
Nuuerh fiirr.iBtlnifs ; perfect service; and an on
I P. PAKKKK As CO..Tiiesi
Lsponimcrclat Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. P'iOSS, Prestrti'iit. IP. NKKF, VlccPres'nt
11. WBLlS, Cashier. ' T. J. KertU, Ase't cash
V, Pmm Ca!ro I William Km?e. .Cairo
Peter NetT " I William W.ilf.... "
C. M omerloh " I f. O. P'ttler "
E. A. Ruder " H. Wells
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING RUSINKSS DONE.
Bchaniro cold anitbouqht. Intoroet ptlil In
theSavlnir nepartmunt. Collections made and
all busluuss promptly attended to.
If EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" TJtK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
' O. O. PATIKU i CO..
' ' ' - v, ! -
Cor.Nlnotoenthstreutl Poirn Til
CyuiwerclalA-Viiuug ' ... VaUU';
Filled With Choice Reading
Matter and T-ocal
T3I1IIMS BY MAIL:
82.00 PEE YEAH,
Always in Advance, or No Paper.
The BULLETIN JOBOffiOE
COMPLETE IN ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS. CYLINDA R
PRESSES, JOB PRESSES, CARD PRESSES, NEW
T PE, JAPANESE AND OTHER BORDERS,
TOUR SETS OF DATE FIGURES.
NO- 1 STOCK: Envelops, Letter Paper, Note
Paper, Bill Heads, Check BoGks, Receipt
Books, &c., &c.
The 0-XLY Round Hole Perforating Ma
chine in Southern Illinois.
REPORT OF TIIK CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
' OF CAIRO,
at Cairo, In the Stato ot Illinois, at the close of
March 11th, 1882,
Loans and discounts $ 411.4-S "8
Overdraft L!l 1
U. S. bonds to secure circula
It S. bond on hand 850 00
Other stocks, bonds and mort
gages 70,645 HI
Duo from approved reserva
aKent. M.4T4 M
Due from other national banks 21,419 M
Due from Statu banks and
banker 10,309 32
Peal estate, rttrnltnra and fix
tures IWttl 8.S
Current expuusua and tazc
paid 3.195 61
Pretnlnms paid . ft 50
Check and other cash Items.. $ ,ai S9
Hills of othur Hanks 13,1'-! 00
Fractional . paper currency,
nickels and pennies 203 00
Silver 8,70 30,914 00
Lernil Tender notes 85,000 00- 74,547 2
Itunemptlon fhnd with V. S.
Treasurer, (5 per cent, of cir
Due from U. 8. Treasurer,
other than 5 por cunt ro
redemption fund 8 C00 00
Total . .
Capital stock paid in $ M0.OOO 00
Surplus Fund W-OIIO 00
Undivided Prodis 8,3:18 17
Nntlnnul bank notes ontstand-
inu .... 45,000 00
Individual deposits subject to
check $:W),4t M
Denminlccrtlflcates ofdeposll, 1:1,7111 Mt
Due to other national banks, 1,18(141
Due to State banks aud
bankers 29,134 78- 3l.nBl 63
Kotes and bills re discountud 60,000 00
Totat $727,801 80
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
I, Thos. W. -Ilsllldnv, Cashier of thn above named
bank, do solomnly swear that Ihu abovn statement
Is trite to the beet of my knowledge and belief.
Ttios. W. Iialudat, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to beiore mo this mth day
of March, Wtsi. M.J . Howi.kt,
K. II. ClINNlHIIHAX, ) t
O. D. Wn.tiAMiod, VDircctors.
- 0 -
COAL, WOOD ICK.
" DEALER IH
WOOD, COAL and ICE,
by the Ton or Car Load, delivered In any part of thu
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
Iff- Leav onbirs at my Wood and Coal Olllco.
STOVES AND TIN W ARK.
gTOVES I STOVES!!
ALL S0KTS, SIZES AND STYLES
MAnufncturor of and Dcalor in
TIN, COPPER & 8IIEET-IUON WARE
ALL KINDS OV JOB WORK DONB TO 0HUK1J
NO. 27 EIGEITU STREET,
Cniro. . TlUnoin
milECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. IllinoU.
71 OHIO LKVKK.
A txoncral Dunklnp; Lusincss
THOS. W. IIALLIDAY,
JjJNTJtttl'BISB SAVING HANK,
Of Cairo, ' .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. "W, IIALLIDAY,
Tho river lins fiillcn 0 inclicB in tlio luat
twtnty-four Imurs hy tho governiiit.nt
Uauo with 40 fttt eleven indu-a on tji
tuupe lust niht at 0 o'clock. Tim ruort
wuh unt in from oilu-r points nt C o'clock,' '
TlieJumi's W. OufT will ho up fmm
Mcinplii for Cincinnati to-iiiht or to
Tlio Carrier jinsscd tip to St. Louis from
Pitt-bur', with a hi louJ of Pitlalfiir
niorcli.mili.sp. Tho City of Providence wns lno up hst
night from VickHhur hut had not arrived
up to lute.
Tho Golden City will ho horo to day
from Cincinnati for Ni.w Orleans r.nd vill
wiiiitsnme freight uiid pnnaT.r.'rt.
The City nf ITrlifnA ws the racket ilue
nut from St. Louis last ni'ht fur Memphis,
but had rot arrived up to lute.
The City of Viekshurg $ ill he out from
St. Louis to-day fur Vicksburg. 6lio is
due about 4 o'clock.
Tho Future City c.:imo out from St. Louie
with a hiir tow of hurgi'e loaded for new or
ders. Slio did not add anything here but
fuel and left about 12 o'cloc k.
The Jos. Henry, tho U. S. 'light house
tender, between St. Louis ami New ().
leans! cumo up last niglit from the Bouth
on her way to St. LouiM, bliu reported only
fix lights down between hero aud New
Orleans and they wore washed awny.
The Ste. Genevieve crime up from Mem
phis yesterday wiih 400 bales of c. foil for
thoC.&V. Big up trip for St. Louis.
She ciitnes out agiin uext Monday for
The Bright Liuht with bi' trip passed up
to Pitburg from St. Louis.
Tho tug Ariadne went to Metropolis last
night, alter some piodure boats, wind
bound, and towed them to Cairo.
Tho I'iasa with tow barges passed up to
Rose Clare, from Memphis after trip of
rock for the Memphis Paveiug company.
The Lilly, tho U. S. light house tender
for the Ohio river, Arrived lu-rn from the
upper river yesjerday and will remain un
til Monday morning.
The Last Panther,
Tho shooting. of "tho last Vermont
panther," in tho wood of Barnard
(Windsor Co. ), by Fanner Crowell, re
called t!m rveifiog jifinih'cr stories of our
old colonial forest liter;. tun1. A loeal
paper snys: Stories nro rife in this sec
tion of other wild beasl.s of this specie
being seen in Mention, Bolton, and also
near Barnard, but it is probable that,
this mammoth catamount is tho lat of
the panther breed in thu Stale. Tho
dead animal is uinjiieMionably unlive to
Vermont, as the catamount race roamed
the forest in largo numbers in early
Three panthers have been shot in tho
State within tho memory of the oldest
inhabitants ono in l'.'O at Boxbtiry,
ono near Aseutney Mountain in 1S07
(which is at Downer's Hotel in Bead
i 1 1 , aud a third in Lumoillo County in
A panther was seen and pursued by a
party of hunters near Aseutneyville threo
years since, and was probably tho sama
ono shot at Barnard. It w as also seen
bv two section men to cros tho Contral
Vermont track in Hartford a month
since. ' .
During tho past season farmers in
Windsor county have lost nearly two
hundred sheep by soino prowling beast,
which, no doubt, was this panther. A
description of tho aniinal was sent to V.
T. Baruum at tho time tho shooting oc
curred; nnd tho great showman in re
Fponso said that it was tho largest
panther ever seen or captured in Amer
ica. Ho further stated that there wero
only two live specimens on exhibition in
America. The Barnard panther is es
teemed so much of a curiosity that its
present owner (or rather thn owner of
its nieolv-stuHed skin) has been otlered
fifteen hundred dollars for it, nud it is
proposed that tho lieree-looking rello bo
placed in tho Stato llouso Cabinet at
The anecdotes told of Kichnrd Brini
ley Sheridan, who was sindi a famous
wit in London years ago, seem to be
utmost without number On ono occa
sion he Jiad :v dispute with tho. Prince
Regent as to how iiiuch better turkeys
could walk than geese. The jirinco
Buid that a turkey could walk 'twieo ns
far ns a goose in a given ptice of time.
Slieridan dented it, and a wager was
nmdo. Tho wit remembered that turkeys
go to roost early. and that gecso could
bo driven night, and day. lie found n
Hook of gecM', and the prineu brought
his Hock of turkeys to thu Marling
point. Sheridan so'arranged it that tho
race did not begin until lato In the lU'ter
noon. At lirst tho turkeys out Mripped
the geese, and the prinee'laughed nt tho
wit. But Sheridan only smiled and
said not liing. When darkness fell, tho
trouble with tho turkeys began. They
got Into the luldges and flow into the
roadside trees, itn'd in spite of nil their
drivers could do they would go no fur-,
thor. But presently the gceso canm in
sight. They walked along .ivhead ol
their driven?, and never offered to stop.
The geeso passed tha place whore- tho
turkeys were roosting, jmd .kept on all
night. ' When tho timo that had been
ngreed upon for the raw) to end bad ex
pired, the geese worn fur nlimul of tho
turkeys, fiid Siririduu wtn his wager.
A Sad Story of Culture. ' ' ; - -
A' somewhat absent minded Boifoit' '
ladv, who oconpies a highly-favorej po
fitioti , in thu literary world, give's im
musing accouiit f 'her latest "brown
study" nnd its ellocl on tho London pub
lie. She w.H dressing to go out with a '
blind friend one day hunt summer, and,
having completed her toilet, joined him
tit the doir, when they proceeded -leisurely
through some of the most fashion- ,
ably frciptented streets to their destina-.
't Ion. She at hst observed tho peoplo .
looking curiously at her, and, not being
given; to vanity, wondered why, but
still walked on, chatting contentedly
with In r friend. Suddenly a peculiar
glance from a passer-by caused her to
put hur hand to her head, when lo! her
bonnet was not there! Of course it had
dropped oil', and, rushing into a shop,
she wrote out a minute description, with
reward olVcrod, ol the missing article,
and had it placed in the windows of tlio
shops nlong lite vouto they had conic;
then," seeking the nelusion of h cab,
ha -tctied lioiu' smin as might bp; On
entering herns-ni '.he first object that
greeted her now fuiiy-awakened vision
was the bonnet, - that had nover been
taken out walking at all, reposing quiet
ly on the bvd.JJoglon Saturday Ua
EnpenTB Kothods of Entertainment. J
Inmall country towns, where peoplo
depend upon each other for social en
joy ment, a favorite way of entertaining
friends is an elaborate tea-party. Tho
good wife's ideas about tho matter is
that the tebla must be, loaded with every
conceivable substantial and delicacy tho
market all'ords, or tho thing id a failure
arid her character ruined. Now all ,
these dainties cost money and consid-.
evabln of it, too; and times are hard.
The primary object of nil such gather
ings is .sociability. Then why in reasoa
sin oild tho clement of success be marred
in the least by a mental toothaeho that
this tiling costa too much money? Why
tho thought of it tinges the smiles of
ho.it and hostess with a ghostly glamour
like unto tho fragments of a grocer's
bill. Tlio goodly company enjoy it:
they pay smilo for Biuiie, and chat ami
laughter and song, aud abundant warmth
about, their hearts for all this good fel
lowship, but they catch tho toothaeho
with their good-bys and groans over tho
inevitable reipiiti'.l of f;uch good cheer '
and sociability, by a like lavish outlay
.f money an I nuiselo to ret up a tea- .
party that will match or beat it! It Is -nb.iolutely
nil nonsense, according to
our notion. And thus it is that our
coveted sociability is too limited, too 1
constrained, and in a moasuro unsatis
factory. Luxuries arc expensive. Sooi
nbihty r.nd good fellowship are cheap.
Our joy need not bo constrained by at
absurd custom. Let cheap entertain-,
lueuU be tho rule, and plenty of them! .
A Nation of Walkers.
A correspondent of tho Louis-villa '
Courkr-JuHM'tl, w riting from tho High
lands, nays: Outdoor exercise and out-'
door sports nre indulged in hero loan
extent that astonishes an American.
"Come for a walk," is what your friend
says when he calls in tho morning, and
means a little spin of six or eight miles.
"Come, my dear Yaudell, and we'll
go down to the hills of , a .beautiful
walk of eighteen miles; we'll leave after
lunch, and get there to dinner; wo can
return, if you wish, to-morrow morning
to bienkfa d," ran an invitation from
great London surgeon.
The highbinder thinks nothing of a
walk of t hirty miles. His children of
ten walk ten miles to Sunday-school, and
he frequently makes a morning call on
foot twenty miles away. When you seo
his tall, well-set, liguro and his lusty
limbs, and watch Ids long, swinging
ttride, you will understand how.'iu a
go-ns-yoii-please, ho is ablo to cover
these gn at distances without fatigue. I
should have added, "and when you
breathe tho highland air," tor this must
havo much to do with it. But the air of
all this island incites you to move about,
to put y ourself in motion, to get out of
doors, to stretch your limbs, to expand
Thei-A nrn few persons who do not like
to be informed of scandal about other
people. They shudder at them, of course,
and are properly indignant, but never
theless they think it hard luck if anything
diiMy;atory i(, (heir acquaintances circu
lates without their hearing of it. So, la
adoyn-tc wn-moving horso ear yesterday
morning, when a sad-faced man asked
his companion if ho had heard of tho
sad fall of Deacon Boxer, a pillar in tho
Rev., Dr. Shouter'a congregation, all tho
rest of the passengers pricked up their
ears, and lUencd intently for details.
"Yes," said tho sail man, when his
neighbor professed ignorance of tho
event, "a hiinontabto alfair indeed. An-,
other good man surprised and brought
low; the light of another home put out
beyond repair." "'But how did it hap
pcny'lnterpused a total stranger at the
other end of tho car, who had listened .
with .ill-disguised impatieueo to theso '
moral lellections. "1'leaso como to tho
fact.s." "O. as to that," returned tho
sad man, "ho (dipped on the ico on Tre
mont Street last evening,, nnd fell with
eueh force 'on a cludent-lamp ho was
carrying home that tho man to whom
ho took it for n pairs said 'twould bo
worth nt least twieo tho cost of a novr
one to lis it But hero's my street; Ui,
ta!',' an I ho skipped out blithely. Au
it is a yinguhir fact that in tho conversa
tion which followed nobody rejoicod
tiial tha good deacon's fair namo was
still tt'isndrchcd, although many wero (
indignant at tho cruel dcaoit al the car-'
rator of bis mUadveuturo, " '
Near Blaclifoot. on tho Utah and
Northern railroad. r conipsny of grad
ers have found several bonos of mam
moth pwportion, srjd , it is deqidod that
they are tho ronmlrji of a mnstodon.
Among ethers it r, thigh bone which
bus mt sent to Yala Ctdlegtt. Tlioro
wura nerernl teeth, ono whloh moastmw
twelvu iiiehest in ; length, ond (ivvelv
luvhc wide .ufild thrcd fiicliw thiclt v, .
, ' t