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THE DAILY . CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1882.
Mayor N. II. Thistlewood.
Treasurer T. J . Rcrth. .
Clerk Dcnnla. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. 11. Gilbert.
Marabal-L. II. Moyere,
attorney WlUiam Hendricka.
0AKD Of AW"-
First Ward-Win. MeHalo.T M Kimbrougu.
Second Ward-Jeaa? N.
ThirH Wirrt H P. Blake, John Wood.
Frto W ardkirle. O.' Patter, Adolph Bwc-
b Fifth W&rd-T. W. nallldaT.Brne.tB.Pattlt.
Circuit Judge f. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. U. Irvln.
County Judge K. S Yocum.
Couuty Clerk-S. J.
Couuty Attorney-J. M. Damron.
Cocnty Treaaorer-Mllo. W. Parker.
Coroner H. FU.perald .m. i a
County Commlssloner-T. W. Hallldny, J. A.
Olbbt and Peter Eaup.
rkliUi BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
C a K preaching 8"'l0,1 third Hund.y. in
tIrhTonlh.il .. m. and 7:80 p. m. :pra yer meet -
wThuradav 7-P. m i Sunday achoo), 9:30 a m
IngTuuraaay, .'P- A UK88 ,,a(ltor
CHURCH OF TUB BBDBKMKR (Episcopal)
C fourteenth stret; Sunday 7 M a m.. Holy
KurhuTut- M a. m ., Sunday achooi 10:4i a.m.,
MoVrJ.SP. ..Utlof -layer.. F.
1 Davenport, 8. T.Ii. Hector.
,MKHT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH -V
Caching at 10.80 a. n... 3 p. and .80 p. m.
jfahba'b school at 7:30 p. m. Rev. T. J. Shores,
J CI HE RAN -Thirteenth .Inset; service. Hab
jlaUl:30a.m.;Bunday school 2 p.m. H
MBTUODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut treoU,
IWbIng Sabbath 11:00 4. m. d7:30 P..
fcanday School at :00 p. m. Rev. J. A. Scerrett,
OKKSRYTRRI AN Eighth P1"""
it J p. m. Rev B. Y. Ueore. pastor.
ST. J OC E r H ' H- -,'Roman Catholic) Corner Croat
,od Walnut street.; service. Sabbath W.
.; Sunday School at p. m. ; Vjjjjwl P- j "
neU every day at 8 a.m. Ret. O Hara, Priest.
ST. PATRICK'S-! Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
.inset and Washington ii-d
D.b 6 and ID a. m. ; Vesper. p. m. ;
8 p. m. service, every da at a- m- R- a"!n,uu
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. H.
Mall 8:15 a.m tMall !-m
tAccotudatlonJUOa m KxoroM ........11 -10
iKxprwi 4:20 P I Accomdatlos..4.05 p.m
MISS CENTRAL R. R.
tMall - 4:35..mMail Sp.
tKxpreaa 10:16a m I tExpree. 11.30 a m
C.AST.L.R. B. (Narrow Gauge
Express 1:J0 a m I ,KPr-,.";:,iJ: Em
Accomodation. 1 :00 p.tn Aecoa-datoln 12:35 p.m
ST L.. I.M.-8.K.R.
tExpra 11 :P I tExpreaa.....- :50 p
tAcwm nation. x;i0p.m tAecom'datlon.ll.tia.m
WAI1KSU. ST. LOL'IH PACIFIC R'YCO.
tMaJl 6:WvmM.W Bi.... 9:8) p.m
Oally except Sunday, t Ually.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino Kunuiiu
Making Direct Connection
E ASTERN LINES.
3: ID am. Mftll.
Arrlvliiatn St. Loula 1:46 a.m.: Chicago, 8:30 n.m.i
r mnfctma at Odlnwid ElllnKhara for Cfncln
XuUtlUi. indlanapolt. and point. Bart.
1 1:10 a.m. St. Louis and Wvmtorn
Arriving In St. Lout. 7:05 p. m., "4 connoctlng
(or all point. Weal.
4:SO p.m. Vivst Kxprei.
I or St. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. Loul.
10:40 p. ru., andCUlcaKo":'. a m.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Loniavillo 7:20
thi. train reach the abovu pointa 1U lo JO
UuURS In advauco of any other route.
tWTh4:aO p. m. expw.a ha. PULLMAN
SLKEPINOCa'h Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change., and through aleeper. to Bl. toul. and
Vnat. Timo Kast.
D.i iaMytMVa hJ lhli ltno Kt"ro"n 10
rttSSeilerS fn polnu withom any delay
taunud by Suuday Intorvonlinr. The Saturdav afir
n"on train from Cairo arrlvea In new York Monday
morning at 10:S5. Thlrty alx hour. In advanceol
"tW-For through ticket, and furthor Information,
id1t at Illlnola CanUal Railroad 1y)ot'r2
Art JUUNSON, i- 1L.IONB8,
JAS,(len Sonthern Agent. . Ticket Agent
A. H. HANSON, Oon. Pa... Agont. Chicago
II. LEACH, M. D.
l)l,jin nn1 RllI'DTOOn.
" Bnoclal attention palfl totho Ilomeopallilc treat
"i. ..i ,n.......a .mtiiiauaaea of woman
nienv oi fi'iKii uic"i
ofSwOBWIhitwet, oppoaltotho Po.tOfllco,
. i hi
pU. W. C. JOCFLYN,
OFFICB-Klghtk Btrwt, aeat Comi.rclal Anna.
JJH. E, W. WHITL0CK, .
Omoi-No. 1st Oomm.rctal Arena., betw.eo
Bghth and Ninth StraeU
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
coDitantly on bans
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The ,'trlmmlng"are coarae ahavtnge and make
the beat eumnier wood for cooking pnrpoRea a. well
a. the cheapest ever aold In Cauo. For black
amltb'. uaetuaettingtlrea, tbey are nneqnalled
Leave yaor order, at the Tenth .trout wood yard
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -TnFk- STATES.
On rnd after Monday, Jane 7th, and nntll further
notice tbefenyboat will mak. trlpa a. follow.;
A T o 2
S 133 g
ft gs r
: ? iliT a Egg
s tst s 5- 3
MAYla LIAVB. LIATB.
Foot Fourth .t. MltaonrlLand'g. Kentucky Ld I-
1:00 a.m. 8:80 a.m. 9 a.m.
10:00 a.m. 10:S0a.m. 11a.m.
2:Ci0p.m 2:30p.m. I p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:J0p.m. 5;00p.m.
2 p. m. :S0 p.m. I p ru
A New and conipiutn.HMoi, frontini? on Lcvuo
Sccoim ami uallroud sirette,
Th Pa.cneiT D"tot of the Chicago. St. Loul
an jfuwOrleann: Illinois Central; Wabaxh, St.
Loula and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Honthern,
Mobile and Ohio: Cairo and St. Loin. Rmiwaya
aro all Jnat acroaa tho airvt; while the Steamboat
Landing la but one aquaro distant,
This Hotel la hi'atort hy Hteam, na .team
Laundry. Hydraulic Klevator. Kim trie Call Hclla,
Automatic Flro-Alnrma, Hatha, abaolutely pure air,
portoct aewuragu ami complete aptiotiitmunta.
nupero lurnurilUK ; lunucv verYiuu, uii bu uu
Commercial Avenue and Eijflith Street,
F. nitOSS. Pral,lent. I P. NKKF, Vlcol'roa'nt
U. WKLLS, CWiler. T. J.Korth, Aae'tcaah
F. Broaa Ca'ro I William Kioto. .Cairo
PolorNeff " I William Wolf.... "
11 10. O. Puller "
B. A, Under " I li. wen
J. Y. Clomaon, Caledonia.
AUENBKAL UANKINO BU8INKHS DONE.
Exchange aold and bought. Interact puld In
the Having. Department. Collection, inado and
all bualuuan promptly attondod to,
HEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIUJ CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
' ' ; ;
O. O. PAT1EK & CO.,
Oor.Nlnotoenlhitreotl . Pin TO TIL
ToommetclalAToBU. VUHU, 111.
HIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cuiro. Illinois,
71 OHIO LEVEE
A General Banking business
TIIOS. V. IIALiIIJAY.
JNTBRPRISE SAVING BANK.
Or Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. II ALL.II) AY,
O O A. L
ID . Stoves L
No. 27 I 8th St.
S Tinware. S
HILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND IIAY
Hurheflt Cash Price Paid for Wbeat.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N.WELI
P CKED FOR 8HIPPINO.
Oar Loads a Speoialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Ulr.on,,.F nilvorlhnrn , 147 ftlt ll'tltfth: t' font
bi-am; 4 find hold; 2 engines; 2cyllmlorn; 12 inche.
(Ilamt'ter; 4 root airoKo; a noiiera,4ii incnea uiame
tor, 18 feet long. Tho boat and machliirry I. in ex
ccllent repalr.aud in good running order; ahc haa
full cabin and la one of tho beat light d ran u tit
boata on tberlvur. For torma apply to, or addrea.
W.J. Turner, maater, at Hickman, Kontucky; or
W.F.Lambdln, river editor of Dally Bulletin,
JHB A. B. SAEFORD.
Dallv packet botwoon Cairo and Mound City Cap-
tulu Andlu Owen. .
Luttve. Cairo .7: A. a.
" Mound City :0 " "
" Cairo - 12 Noon
" Mound City 1:30 P. M.
Cairo 4:30 " "
" Mound City " "
J ASTER'S SALE.
Htnto of Illlnola, I Circuit court of Alexnn
County of Alexander ( dor county,
December Hpoctal Term, A, D. 1661.
J times tl. Mulcahuy.
Ambrose Elkiua, Dulitlia Elkm. and George,
lllll In Chancery to lorccloao Mortunge.
Public notlco la hereby given, Hint, in puratmnro
of a decroe mado and eiilured by aaid court In
tlm above pn'titled ran an, on the Bth day of Decom
ber, A. D.1KH1, I Alexander II. Irvln, master n
chanrury of tho anld circuit court will,
on Tuesday, tho aocond day of May 1HH2, at the
hourof 11 o'clock In tho forenoon, at tho anuti
woatorly door of tho court honao. lu tho city of
Cairn, county of Alexander and Statu of Illiiioa,
.oil ot public auction, to tbo highest bidder, for
cash, all Btirt aingular, tho following described
premises and real oatato In said decrou niuntlonud.
situate lu tho county of Aluxaador and. state of
IllmoU, or ao much thereof a. ahull bo anflklent to
satisfy .aid decree, lo-wlt: Part of tho ion h
nalforthe aortliwest quarter of.ee Hon Ftvor) In
township Hixt-en (M) aoiith, and In range Two (9)
west of of tho third principle meridian containing
forty-ttvo and fifty, one hundredth acre., moro or
Dated April MOM. IRVIN,
Maatrr in Chancery of the Circuit Court of Alux
' andor County, .
DavibT. Linbua, Couiptaliaut a Solicitor.
The Qub Fowler was lato in ' reporting
from Paducali yesterday on account of
btiflinesa. Capt. Taylor, her popular chief,
haa returned frum St. Louis and is agnin
at his poet of duty on the roof. She luft
on her return trip for tho Plain City at 7
o'clock last evening.,1
The Will Kyle received about COO tons
of freight hero for Now Orloana. Cairo is
a great placo fur a hungry boat to fill up
with. She left laat evening at 7 o'clock
with all &he could carry.
The John B. Maudo for Memphis arrived
at 5 :30 last evening. Bho received con
siderable freight here and derarted for tho
The Fannie Tatutn was advertised to
leave St, Louis for Cairo and Paducah at
5 o'clocklast evening if sbu succeeded in
getting oft". She will report hereto-uight
or early to-morrow morning. Capt. J. 15.
Yesterday wae a beautiful and nuwt
pleasant day. The rainfall of Wednesday
night was refreshing and had a good effect.
Tho hull of the City of Metropolis was
launched last evening at Metropolis, the
beautiful little city which she was christen
ed after. She will ply as a regular packet
from Metropolis to Paducah under the
command of Capt. Ves Mahan. We were
informed that the launching of the hull
would be one of tho events of the season In
that section. One of the charming belles
of the city was selected to perform the us
ual customs in steamboat launching by
breaking a bottle of wine over the nose of
the vessel as soon as she was placed in her
native element. The young lady could find
many subjects cither in Metropolis or Cuiro
who would like to have the same ceremony
performed on their "pates." Success to the
We are under obligations to Captain
Phillips, one of the pilots who brought the
new steamer Mississippi to Cairo from St.
Louis. lie furnished us with the follow
ing distinguished officers who belong to
the Mississippi river .commission : General
Gillmore, General Comstock, Major Senter,
Judgo Taylor, Prof. .Mitchell and Lieut.
The Andy Baum for (Memphis and the
Golden Crown for New Orleans left Cin
cinnati Wednesday evening. They will
both report here Saturday night or Sun
Tho Btago of the Ohio river from Pitts
burg to Cairo at G p. m. last evening is as
follows: Pittsburg 5 feet 5 inches and
falling; Cincinnati, 17 feet 4 iuches ana
rising; Louisvillo, 8 feet 1 inch and rising.
Tho report of tho stago of the river as we
get it now is in advance of any nows wo can
get from any other quarter through tho
papers at least 10 hours ahead of St. Louis
The Paris C. Brown, from New Orleans,
to-night or early to-morrow morning. She
(roes to Cincinnati.
The City of Baton Rouge, from St. Louis,
arrivod last night, received considerable
freight and departed for New Orleans.
The people's favorito, "City of Cairo,"
Capt. Vickers master, left' St. Louis lust
evening, and is due here this evoning lor
Tho stage of the river indicated by tho
gauge lust evening at one o'clock 30 feet G
inches and rising.
.Thursday Evening, April 27, 1882.
The weather is variable; yesterday was
clcso aud sultry winding up with a heavy
thunder storm; to-day has been clear,
cool and pleasant.
Tho market, without any good reason is
dull and lifeless. Thero is scarcely any
movement in grain and flour, whilo hay is
flat. Nothing at all doing. This is the
season when an activo business is antici
pated by commission merchants.
FLOUR The market is very quiet.
Stocks are full in all grades, aud values uro
the same as at tho opening of tho week.
IIAY The market is entirely flat. No
movement of. any consequences. Prices
are weak and depressed.
CORN Extremoly dull for the suason.
A few cars taken by tho mills and to fill
orders comprise about all tho business dono.
OATS Stocks aro large and tho de
mand is vory limited.
MEAL Steady and unchanged.
'BRAN Good demand and no supplies
on tho market.
BUTTER Dull. Prices are weak and
lower with a Btill further decline antici
pated. EGGS-ricnty and dull. With tho ad
vont of hot weather prices will go lowor.
CHICKENS Good demand aud steady
POTATOES Steady and unchanged.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTE. -The price ner given are for ealoi from
flr.t handa In round lot.. An advance 1
charged for broken lotainflillngordera.
00 Vsrlona gradea, on order.. . .
SO bbl. pateut.... IMNWN t '
5 WW t0
0 bills low grade,.
Oil bbla fancy
100 bbla choice
.....8 602 itS
i card choice timothy
3 cars good mixed
6 car. glit edge timothy .
'J car. prime
2 car. prairie
7 car. choice mtxod. In hulk on track 17
12 cura choice white In bulk
2 car mixed... - 77
2 car. choice In bnlk on track.
(1 car mixed In bulk
a car. mixed in tack, del
No. 2 Red, pir bu
No. 2 Medlierauoan
00 bbl. City 8 W
Round lota t lO&MiX '
K bbla choice ." 8 0043 15
100 sack. a
soopounda strictly choice Northern 8IS
400 pounds Honthern Illlnola
pounds good northern
SfWponuda gilt edged packed 116
500 dozen j;
7UU dozen -
llvo choice 9 00O11 00
6 coop choice huu...
50 busb. Michigan beach blow.
lnobbls. " Peachblow....
O0aackaP. D. per buahg...l -..
50 bbla. common.... ,
30 bbl.. choice
Per barrel 1 3 00
Tierce. m m. . 1'
8. C. 11 uine
2'4 bnshul burlaps.
6 bushol "
S bu.hel " .
Oranges, choice per hot - J ooat Jo
Leutoua choice pur box 3 lint So
Peachoa, halve. and quarters SUA
Choice medium -
Cftir, Oroen 'J
Dry Flint cholco
Dry Halt IWil
Oroen Salt , KM
Sheep I'elta.dry ' ' "V
Sheep Pells, green 30(A1 00
Common Lug. I "3
Good lugs..... SSSiJS
,.iw Loaf. 4 Itvt on
Medium Leaf 5 P, (0
UorLeaf. 8 Wd 8 U
KATES OF FREIGHT.
r-. Orleans,.,.., IS ,
Helena, Ark Vi
Way, ... lUi
AN APPROPRIATION OF FIVE MIL
LIONS FOR THE MISSISSIPPI.
BILL PA8HKD BY TUE SENATE.
Wasui.noton, April 25. This will bo
looked upon as a mumorahlo day in the an
nals of the sonato; By a unanimous vote a
bill wus passed, appropriating five millions,
to be expended as rapidly as it can bo
judiciously spent to continuo the improve
ment of tho Mississippi. Bo largo a sum
was never appropriated at one timo for a
work of internal improvomont. Tho bill
passud to-day includus an appropriation of
one million for tho Missouri. Seniors
Garland, Jonas and Kellogg, who had of
lured amendments to tho bill, becoming
satisfied that they would bo voted down-by
an overwhelming majority,
WISELY CONCLUDED TO WITHDRAW TREM
and the bill was passed without a dissenting
voice precisely at it was .reportod from the
Tlay Klonr Pork
Wowt. yhbl. Vhhl.
15 20 )
ni ! 4a
IMtf 35 tiW
27K 4A 67
committee on the improvement of the Mis
sissippi and its tributaries. Just before
the vote was taken, Senator Hoar made a
brief speech which attracted much atten
tion, lie made his speech because he
desired to go upon the record as entertain
ing tho opinion that if the jetty plan of Im
provement as proposed by the river com
mission should prove to be inadequate to
prevent destructive overflow, he could do
nothing which would more gratifying the
people of the commonwealth of Massachu
setts than to vote for some plan of improve
ment which would afford a remody for such
overflows of the Mississippi. lie believed
it would be a constitutional exercise of
power to do so.
Senator Cockroll, who drafted tho bill,
managed the measure
WITH RBMAKKABLK SKILL
in the senate. Though ho made no speech
on the subject ho was daily active in his
efforts among senators, and has just reason
for gratification that the bill, as reported,
received tho unanimous vote of tho senate
- Tho senate bill now goes to the speaker's
tablo in the house. An effort will soon be
mado in that body, either to make it a
special order or to pau it under a suspen
sion of the rules.
AN IMPORTANT CHANGE.
It is probably known genorally that the
ground occupied by tho Iron Mountain
railroad company at Bird's Point, with its
incline, depot, trackB, etc., was the property
of a Mr. Russell, a wealthy land owner in
Mississippi county, Mo. The railroad com
pany was using the ground, so a Bulletin
representative was yesterday reliably in
formed, without having purchased it from
Mr. Russell, or having made any arrange
ments looking to a future purchase thereof.
Mr. Russell allowed the company to take
possession of the ground in this way, partly
because at that time Col. Thomas Scott
was president of the company, and Mrs.
Scott was a near relative of Mr. Russell's.
But lately Mr. Russell began negotiations
with the company, with- a view
to selling tho ground, and for this
purpose made a trip to St. Louis this
week. It seems however, that no satisfac
tory understanding could be arrived at be
tween tho company and Mr. Russell, and tho
latter sold tho ground to the Texas, and
Cairo n arrow gauge railroad company which
will begin'improvemcnts immediately. The
Iron Mountain road will therefore be com
pelled to abandon its present location at
Bird's Point and make connection with
Cairo by way of its old
right ot way which strikes the "river
sonio distanco further down. It is believed
by somo that the enmity existing between
tho Iron Mountain and the Texas and
Cairo companies had something to do with
tho transaction; that tho former desired
to keep tho ground, but that the latter out
bid tho former and came forth victorious.
This is not probable, however, for, so far
as The Bulletin can learn, Mr. Russoll
dealt very fairly with tho Iron Mountain
company, giving it the refusal of the
A largo force ot men will be put to work
by Col. Puramore's company next Monday,
making preparations for building an in
clino and other necossary structures.
Years of Suffennff.
Mrs. Buruhart, cor. Prat and Broadway,
Bulfulo, was for twelvo years a BUlTorer
from rheumatism, and after trying every
known remedy without avail, was entirely
cured hy Thomas' Electric Oil. P, G.
The Rkv. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bourbon,
I tid., says: "Both myself and wife owe our .
lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure. 0
Palpitation of the Heart.
J. M. Might, Syracuse, N. Y., writes;
"When I first commenced using your Bur
dock Blook Bitters I was troubled with
fluttering and palpitation of tho heart. I
felt weak and languid, with a numbness
of tho limbs; since using, my heart has not
troubled mo and the numbing sensation it
all gone." Trice $1.00 P. 0. Schuh, Agt.
Dehkuvino Articles are always Ap
PKKoiATiti). Tho exceptional cleaulinoss of
Parker's Hair Balsam makes it popular.
Gray hairs aro impossible with its occasion
PURCHASE irH NOTICE.
To, Inn. II. Brown and Wm. M. Atbnrton, anil
Ilrown ami Atlmrton or any other person or per
Yon aro hereby ootlfled that at a lale of real
tale, m thococinty of Alexander and .tat. of Ml
noli, held by tho couuty collector of said county, at
the southwesterly door of the court house, In th.
city of Cairo, In said connty and .tat. nn th. Sfrd
day of August, A. D. IrtSO. John
l'arrott purchased th. following - described
lota situated In the town of Unity,
.a thosamu has houn laid oft aud platted, In th.
said count v of Alexander and state of Illlnola, for
the taxes due and unpaid thereon for th. year. A.
I). 1MU. IS75. IH7H, 1X77, IH7H and together with
penalties and costs: .aid real est a to being taxed '
In the names aa below set forth, lo-wlt:
In whose nam. taxed,
J no. It llrowu aud
Win. M. Atherton
Brown and Atherton.
Drown and A i barton.
Brown ami Atherton.
Brown and Atherton.
1, 2, 8, 4 and 8. 1
3 and I
t,l, 3, 4 and S
18.104.22.168. S. S and T
I M. 4, 5, 8 and T
That said John l'arrott on Mm Uli dav of April.
IHH'1, aaalirned hi. certificate, of purchaae'rrcelvaii
b? him from auch county collector for laid prem
ises to th. undersigned, and Ihet th.ttm. for th.
redemption of said lot. from said sal. will .xpln
August, Urd.lW-j. UKORUK UOIMJKH,
MslgUM Of PttKhaMr. ' '
Cairo, Illinois, 'April W, mt, . . . . .. v , ,
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