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THE DAILY CAIRO B ULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE Hi, 1882.
Trcamiri r T J . Kcrth.
I'TK Uruiiw. J, Foley.
Ci.uniuuor-Wm. H. Ollbert.
Marshal I.. H. Mcyera,
Mtoriiuy William lU-ndrlcka.
BuAKD or ALUaHMI.
Mrci VnnlWm. Mc'lale. T. M . Klmhronuh.
it Ward Jenao llirikle, (!. N. Iiuf;he.
'Ihini War.i li. K. HUkB, John Wood.
Fourth W ardCharlua 0. Waller, Adolpb 8wo
& Fifth Ward -T. W. Halll'lav. Erneat B. Pettlt.
Circuit .lu.lirc-l.. I. linker,
circuit Clerk-A. 11. Irviu.
County JmlRMH. Yocuin.
Cnuiity Cii'rk S. .1. Ilnmin.
I on n t v ltorncy-J. M. Iiainrnn.
( iiiiniy TrtiaiMirer Milua W. Parker.
I nroiier -It. Fit.u'crald
uunty CommlhHionura T. W. Mall I (lay , J.
(ill.bii uml Peter f-8iii.
CiAl UO II U'TI Ti'. -Corner TuMli and Poplar
uirf tn; prear.hlns tlrftand ttitrd Hundaa In
- .". month, 11 a in. and 7: Vl . in. j prayer meet
tiii I uurMluy, 7: J"p. : Sunday Kihool, t :'V a m
lt:V. A. -I. I1K.SS, Pa lor.
,,iiiui'll l,f Tit It HRDKRMKK-Uuliciiuali
j Fourteenth street; bunday 7:ta ra., Holy
K.eUrUi: ti:i a. m., Sunday achnol ; M oia.m ,
Murium: Pianim; H.in-iu. m EvuutuK Prayera. K
!. lnvuiiMiri, M T. II. Keclnr.
iMiieT HISMONAKY BAPTIST CHUKCH.
1 f, ,i r.i lu::tit a. n.., :i p. m., and 7: p m.
I, p.ri,.M. ii v.:n p. m Kv. T. J. tthorei,
t I I I! KI'aN -Thirteenth .tn.et; wrvliei Hab-
I i-c'i l.vi a. ; Sunday .honl !t p. lu. he
K n ! ai-l it
I i "I I'olilS'i' dr. Flijh'r and Walnut lreala.
I'e &. I i:) SiiMmtu ll i" a. tu. and 7 p. m.
.- im l at .i .mi v lii Itev J. A. Scarrett,
I )t(r i;YTKKlAN -Klk't'lb lireet; preaching ol.
1 ."iJ i.biIi at 11: a. m. and 7: p. m.; prayer
,i ti-,. W.dm-Mav at 7::i ) p. ni ; Sunday bcbuol
m ii' ii. It'-v II. Y. Ui-i.fic, pantor.
I ,i)-.KI,II -,Komau Catholic) uorntr iroa.
i: Walnut at recta; aorvlcea HiDaln lu.soa.
'm. lav .School at -2 u. m.: VDri 3 p. m.; ter
mi ii i v. ry'day at & a. m. KcT. U'llara, Prlent.
l-t I'A rKI' K'S --(Kornan C'atLolIc) Corner Nlntb
0 f't-x and Waahinirton avnne; aerrlcea 8ab
o:b n and Hi a. m. ; Veapera I p. m.; Bonday School
1 i'. m. r.lcea every day attain. Ite. Masterson
I.'. R. TIMK CARD AT CAIRO.
' ILLINOIS CENTKAL K. K.
HHIN.t I. (TAUT. TltiMAKKIVt.
KTnra 11 :10 a.m
r M ii dainm. 11:10 a.m
t tsi.rtx 4:il p m
Acc.midallou ,4: p in
MISS CENTRAL K.
r M nil .4-: a.m tMall.,
lii:l'iam tKxiiri'ts 11 :10 a id
L. A- i'. It K. (Narrow (iaai; )
Kipri '. l":i'i a.m I Kipryi'i" 4::Vp m
A'.'-'iru'datlnii. 1 ii p.m Ac;oiu datoln p.m
ST L . I M ft 8. It H
tP..ff 1 1 : Htp.m I tKxprii 4:5" P m
) Airom nation. j.-Xlp m tArrom'datiou ll:4ra ro
WAltASIl, ST. LOl' IS A PACIFIC H'Y CO.
Mill . hi .... 4 1") vm Mill Ex.... 9:' p m
Oa.!y except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE 1 OHIO K. K.
Mail. r,;iijt m. I Mail :50 p.m
Kxpri : a.m. Kxpr B-V p m
JMiiXOIS CENTRAL U. R.
ra-kitruintruui w w -
Shortest and Quickest Route,
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino ltunnin
9 DAILY TRAINS
M. KINO I) IK KCT CONNKOTION
Tiiain L Oaikii:
1 f ii m. Mail.
Arrlvlt'Bln 8t. Louin 9.4S a.m.; Chicago. :!W p.m.;
Ciiiiiirtiriat nt Odin and Kmncham for Cluclu
l.ail. Louiavllle. Indinnapolm and polnta Kant.
1 1 : l() la.iii. St. IjOuih uml 'ntrn
Arrlvlm-lii St. Loula 7:U5 p. m., aud connectinn
for til poinia Wiihi.
:Ut) i.iii. I''iiMt J0xprt-H
lor St. l.imlH und Clilrnuo, arriving at St. Lout
Vi:iup.tn.,aiid t'blniiiioTi'Jt' ni
.1 :'H ) p in. CincmniiU i',xpri.
Ant villi a! Clncliiinill 7:l n.m.i Lnuinvlllo 7:'Jfl
a m.i liiillnnnpiilla 4:i' a.m. I'linni-ncfro by
linn Irain rcftili tliu aliovii polntn lfj to JtJ
llwI'Uh In iidvaiicu nf any olhi-r routo.
t-TIic :Jii t. m. uxpruM haf PULLMAN
M.I.Ki'I N'tl ( A It Cntro lo Clnnlniiatl, wttho'it
rliuiiiti'K, and through ili'opiira tu bt. l,oiila and
l'ast Tiino l-iast.
I'liwuDturniM h tlii linn Ko tlirouitli to Kyt.
J 11NM II J;i 1M cm piilnia wllliniit ny ilnlay
caiiniMl liv Suiidity Inti rvcnlim. Tbc Saturday after
noon t ruin from C'ttlrn nrrlvca In new Yo'k Motiilay
niiiriilni; ut in Tlilrly-alx hour III advancfol
wy oilier nmlc. ...... .,
I rfl'iir llirniiKli Hclietti and fnrtbur Inforiniitlnii,
aiin'iv at IIIIuhI" Conlral Uiillroad Depot, Cairo.
" T J. fl. JOSKH, TlrRut Agnnt.
A. II. MAN HON, Wen. Paw. Annul. Cblcairo
T. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TKAINH UVS AS FOLLOWS.
Kxprcua anil Mall Umvim Cairn, vory day mccpt
fiiimliw, at HliUD ii .in. Arriv.4::ifip. m.
Accomiiiiiiliilloii hitIvui lit I'JMU p. nv. and du
jnirtK at I : p. "'
J)K. W. 0. JOClfLYN,
I) K NT 1 1ST.
OKKH.'K -IClulith Htrunt. nrar pouiutirolal Avnnou
J)l. IS W. W11ITI.0CK,
urrun-Noi lsft Commurcial Avcnat, bitween
Jlubtliaud NlutU btroou '
O O A. I ,
3) Stoves 1J
S S ,
S Tinware. S
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
(iOODSSOLl) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU fc CO..
Cor. Nineteenth fUett) PuJi'i 111
t'ommorcial Avennui vail U, All.
THE KBtiULAR CAIRO AND
A DAILY PACKET.
II EMIT E. TAYLOH Mmtor
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Leave Padncah for Cairo da'iy (Sundays except
) at i a.m. aud Mound Cltv at 1 p m. K -tiini-,
L av:D Cairo at t p. m. Mound. City at jp. m
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE IcsEbSL STATES.
On i.nd after Monday, Jane 71U, and until liirtlic-r
notlco tbefuny boat will make Irlpi a follow:
MiTII LIAVIB LIATII
Pnot Foarth at. Mlaaourl Land'f. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a. m. 8:80 a. tu. 9 a.m.
10:00a. m. 10:S0a.Bi. 11 a.m.
8:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
4:0p.m. 4:Si)p.ra. 5;la)p.m.
2 p.m. 'tM p.m. 3 p.m
THE A. U. SAFF0RD.
Dally packet between Cairo anil Mutin rt C'ty Cup
tul u An -tin Owen,
Leavi-a Cairo il A.M.
' Mound City 8:.m "
" Cairo U::!(lNoon
" Monn l C'Hy P. M .
" Cairo 4:W ' "
" Mound City " "
NKW AIIVKKTISKM KNTS.
" Summer Resort,
UOAltD: $3.00 rEH- WEEK, $2.00
' TEW DAY.
SPECIA L KATES
I'OHT OKK.CK, AI.LKN Nl'UINIIH, 1'Ul'H C. ItX.
DIXON SPKlNOSarealtiiiUi'itlnni'pnr of tlm
Oanrk Mountniiia. luu mllim from (lolcondii ami
folrtacn inllca front Vlnut, In btauuflil valley
urrouuiUulhy hlb clllln. -
Tho acenery la unaurpananrl and tho wator la
trnnnwithmlnwral propurtlin. No. I l utronn
w.lb iron, No. 4 wit b maimcaia, anlphtir and Iron a
fmo u ho or tho watur baa prnvud au unTnl llnt( reine
ilv lor Dyap puln, Jaundice, Mvnr 4!omplalut.
Kidiuiy atliioiltiiia and Chronic Diarrhoea. Aa a
aumninr nwort Ulxon Hprlima In doanrvrdly popu
lar, bnlim oniet, iHclud'ul aud cool, fren from duat
nd momiultooa. SoatoU from tlmt of June I i llrnt
ofDoccmber. JOS. K. J.KMKN,
W. P I.anisiiin, rlvar editor of I'm Hulltir
and atcambuat pa-nemrer as'i nt. Order for all
klnde of Bteamboat Job prliiUnjf aollcitud. Olllco
at Pluntera Hotel, No, W Oblo luveo.
Tlic Turin C. Dmwo Cinciunati is duo
liuro Satu nlrty for New OrlcanH,
The Ous Fowler uirived frum and de
parted for Piilueuli on tim yesterday.
Tliu lino Hteiiiimr (Juld Da.st fur Vicks
IjiiiT,' h duo ting evening i'nnu St. Louis.
Capt. Win. Iluiiililetuii, of tlia Marino
Ways, Mouud (jity, is now in St. Louis on
The City ot Helena leaves St. Louis this
eveniuji for Memphis. !Shu will bo here to
The river marked by the gAU;u last even
in;; nt this point at livo p. ni., M feet
0 inches and falling.
Tliu Jus. W. OulT for Memphis left Cin
cinnati Wednesday eveniuy, and is due
hero to morrow inornirv.
The John A. Scudder for St. Ixjuis aud
tliu (johleu Hulo for Cincinnati left New
Orleans Wednesday, 14th inst.
The Andy Dbuih, from Memphis, arrived
yesterday morning at 'J o'clock. Slio had
a very f,'ood trip for Cincinnati, aud left at
The Ciiy of Now OrleanB is due early
this morning for St. Louis. She has an
excellent up stream trip about 1,200 tons
The Will Kyle from New Orleans ar
rived last night. She haa 800 tons of
freight aud a full cabin register. Several
pawengers for Louisviilu and Cincinnati
went up from here on her.
The W. 1'. Halliday from lit. Louis ar
rived here last evening with a big trip, and
addett about 200 tons more freight here.
She left for New Orleans during the night
with all the freight she wanted.
Yesterday was not warm but interest
ingly hot. The theremometer at 10 a. ni.
stood 83 in tho shade. A very good breeze
prevailed throughout the day which re
lieved tho heated atmosphere very much.
The New Mary Houston is due this mom
iug for New Orleans. She has a good trip,
and will add some freight here. The Hous
ton is one of the bust boats of the Southern
Transportation lino, and passengers going
south by river can secure passage on no
boat superior for accommodations.
Kivcr rising fast at Cincinnati yesterday,
and at other points falling. For the last
three days we haro not been able to get
dispatches iu regard to the Etage of the
waters as the usual daily signal service
bulletin lias failed to appear. We hope,
however, by our next issuo to give tho re
iort, and hope that we may bo able to fur
nish irregular without intervention.
A special telegram to the Globe-Democrat
of Hth inst. from Vicksburg sayi the
steamer Kate Dickson, plying in the Green
ville Hens packet line, sprung a leak Tues
day eveniug opposite Mayorville landing
on the Mississippi river, nnd sunk in less
than 20 minutes. She was a total wreck,
although all the books, papers aud other
valuables were saved. She was insured for
$5,000 and valued at $3,000, and was 10
or 12 years old.
Mr. Alex- Kehrt, who lost his life by
drowning, Wednesday morning, had
charge of the government barges which lay
up in the bend, just above tho city, somo
three or four miles. Mr. Kehrt was the
lessee of the harbor, and had been taking
euro of tho government boats for nearly two
years. He was said to bo an expert swim
mer, but through his indiscretion, forfeited
his life very foolishly. Ho had been gath
ering up his lines, which were covered
with mud, nnd iu collecting them together,
his clothes becamo caked and covered with
mud, which made them very heavy. He
jumped out of his skiff and it llmled from
him faster than he could swim, his clothing
impeding his progress, am! when ho found
he could not make it, ho attempted to iwiin
back and sunk, to rise no more. It tuny be
that ho took the cramps, as tho day was
very warm, nnd from his exertions became
overheated. Ho leaves a wifo and one
child to mourn his audden death, llo was
said to be a very study, sober man. Mr.
Felix King received tho appointment to
till the vacancy made by tho death of Mr.
Alex. Kehrt. Wo aro informed that Mr.
Felix King who has takeu charge Is a relia
ble and worthy man.
Th k Voltaic Belt Co., Marshull, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dyes Celebrated Electro-Vol -taic
Belts and Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days to men (young or old) who
aro nfllictod with Nervous Debility, Lost
Vitality and Manhood, arid kindred troubles,
guaranteeing Bpeedy and complete restora
tion of health and manly vigor. Address
as nhovu. N. 1). No risk is incurred, as
thirty days' trial is allowed.
TiibCoIiOU and Lubtuk ok Youtu Mts
restored to faded or gray hair by the use of
Parker' Hair Balsam, a harmless dressing
highly esteemed for its perfume ami purity.
in a paper roan ihhoid mo runs .--
cieto du Medecine, M. Cherviii points
out that, whilo up to the ci-iimis of l.Hiio
tho colored population of our Southern
states numbered 1,HH(),000. In that of
18S0 it had increased to (i..rio7,l."il, an
augmentation of X percent. He regards
this as an important fact because "it has
always beeti hitherto admitted that
when au inferior race comes in contact
with a superior one, it must disappear
sooner or later, on account of the evnss
of deaths over bil l lis." M. Chcrvin re
gards liberty and agricultural prosperity
as tho underlying ciiiimi of the "hunpy
results above mentioned.
Oooking a Culture.
Some ( lain) that if the entire thought
is not given to each minute, the bread
will be burned or heavy; thelinen scorch
ed; tho vegetables half cooked, and
the steak par-boiled instead of broiled.
In reply to this assertion, I offer a few
practical examples. Mrs. Stowo assures
us she wrot "UncloTom'sCabin" while
attending to her bread. Marion Harland
(Mrs. Ttehune), tho wifo of tho pastor
of the First Congregational Church, in
Springfield, Mas., planned the archi
tecture of their own home, and all hough
she had amassed a large fortune by her
pen, sho is described by a recent guest,
as "a model wifo and mother." While
her paintings adorn the walls, and the
furniture is decorated by her own hands,
her kitchen is the crown of her home,
for in this room she is rjucen, and sho
aflirms the more a woman knows the
better house-keeper, wifo and mother
she can be. With.all those occupations,
she has a class of forty young men in
her husband's Sunday-school, which
numbers 500. Koso Terry Cook, in her
old-fashioned country home, at Winsted,
Conn., is equally famous as a cook and
poet. She not only writes charming
poems about her garden, but is up be
fore sunrise to work in it. Her roses
are her especial pride. Cleveland Her
ald. m a
"Thirty years hence," says the Lon
don Sjiixtalor, "English fortunes will ap
pear very paltry compared with Ameri
can." A Russian proverb snys: "Before go
ing to war, pray once; before going to
sea, pray twice; before getting married,
pray three times."
Lake county, in Oregon, was organiz
ed ten years ago, nnd it is nsserU'd that
thirteen murders have been couiniiit.'d
within its boundaries since that time,
without any convictions.
The immigration by ocean steamers
to Oregon is now 4,OOo per month. Of
these about SO per cent are actual set
tlers, who bring with them from $"0o to
$ 1,000 each, and usually their house
President Garlield's grave on every
pleasant Sunday is visited by thousands
ol quiet people. 1 he sentinels still pace
about the vault, the bron.e doors of
which tue thrown back, revealing the
M. Damala, tho husband of Sarah
Bernhardt, is a tall and handsome man
of middle-age. who looks the thoronjrh
Greek he k His father was n nier
cnani ni rvra ana his mother was a
daughter of M. Ralli, mayor of the pir-
Senator Jones, of Florida, learned the
trade of a carpenter, but he does riot
hanille the jackplane and saw hs nun
blv as he once did, and when he wants
exercise he bowls over the concreti
streets of Washington behind a tall
William Gowon, of Lawrence, Mass,,
whose creditors four years airo accented
his offer to settle an indebtedness of
$.10,000 for 40 per cent., has just inform
ed them that ho is prepared and willing
10 pay the remaining f.iij.iHJU, with in
terest. Tin1 San Francisco Chronirk com
plains much of the delay in the settle
ment of the James Lick" estate, and says
th.it the residuary legatees mean to take
some steps to compel, if possible the
trustees to make a distribution of tho
property in their care.
The two day's artillery experiments
oi Herr Krupprs private range at Mep
pon ended with the most successful re
sults. They were attended by about
forty artillery nnd marine officers. Ib rr
Krupp treated his critical visitors with
The latest place struck by the oil fe
ver, which prevails to such au alarming
extent in the New York soul hern tier, is
Waikins. An extensive- oil operator
from Pennsylvania has been looking
over the town, and gives his opinion
that it. Is a promising placo to sink an
A physician says that exposure pays a
secondary role in the production o apo
plexies, brain-Hof tings nnd the like
when compared with dissipation; tint
both in the higher and lower ranks of
life, whilst work and worry count their
victims by hundreds, dissipation counts
its by thousands.
A cunning Spaniard named Mmauuel
Cortez, with many aliases, has at last
been hunted down in New York and
captured by Inspector Byrnes and three
detectives. He has lei'l the life of a
criminal in America for tweiity-livo
years, i,nd has been iu prison freiiient
iy. 1 lii is now held lo answer to eight
Mr. Christian K. Boss, father of the
long-lost Charlie, is again looking for
his hoy. A boy has been found at Part's
Boad, Flu., who is said to bo named
llusted, and who Is said to nnswer the
description of Charlie. The police say
he is tho sun of Mr. C. II. llusted, (if
Philadelphia, who Is also claimed by a
woman uained Snyder,
Whilo worklngmen were engaged in
pulling down tho walls of tho old city
armory in Brooklyn, thoro fell from a
cavity an hermetically sealed leaden
box. It was found to Uvo conio from
the corner-stone of tho Apprentices' Li
brary, built in 1825. In the box was an
account of the laying of tho corner
atone, as published' in tho Loi7 l.ilund
Star. General LaFayotto had charo
of tho ceromojiy.
Senator Fryo, of Maino, is said to be
tho youngest looking grandfather in
Washington. He has seven grandchild
ren, and always likes to have them
about him. "I couldn't wait any longer,"
he said the other day, "and sent word
to havo one of them sent down here
from Maine. He came along a six-year-old
-and Mrs. Frye has been con
stantly busy ever since mending trouser
legs and jacket-sleeves."
Pure alcohol is now prescribed by
many physicians in preference to whisky,
w ine, beer, etc. To use a standard al
cohol is believed to insure an accuracy
of treatment which cannot be had with
articles which contain tho spirit in un
certain quantities. It is thought impor
tant not to disguiso the taste of the al
cohol in any way, in order that tho pa
tient may feel that he is taking it as
a medicine and not as a beverage.
Michael R. Furlong, a lawyer of
Springfield, III., and Mrs. Reynado, a
very wealthy widow of Louisville, im-l
for the tirst time at Hot Springs, Ark.,
and were in the same hotel a week. On
parting, they each promised to consider
the question of marrying, and, if of the
same mind at the end of another week,
to go to the Southern Hotel, St. Louis,
to meet the other. Both were on hand
at the appointed time and place, and the
wedding was celebrated.
Certain New York ladies are accused
of securing at the engravers the cards of
the aristocracy and displaying them os
tentatiously upon their drawing-room
table, as if Mrs. So and So had just been
in. The wife of a Boston Congressman
was once detected at Washington of
writing "with compliments of" upon a
card of Sir Edward Thornton and at
taching it to the handle of a bouquet.
We may pack pork and make our mon
ey in spare ribs in Cincinnati, but we
were never guilty of any snobbery as
this. Cincin nuli Uazrttc.
The intellect of New Haven has been
sorely tried of lato in trying to discover
w hether servant girls or shop girls make
the best wives. Instead of proceeding
in the scientific way by collecting sta
tistics and making experiments, tho
parties to the controversy argued from
a priori considerations. The tedium of
the discussion was relieved by a new
method of arriving at accurate conclu
sions adopted by a shop girl and a ser
vant girl. After discussing tho merits
of the question for a while, they adjourn
ed to the rear of a livery stable and
clutched and clawed each other till sep
arated by the police.
Tho story of Hilton's acquaintance
with A. T. Stewart, aecordinrj to the old
gentleman, was this: "A. T. Stewart
had his law business done by Campbell
& Murray, an old law firm in which Mr.
Ililtou was employed as a clerk at $10 a
weeK. uno day Me wart nail a contract
drawn up. and as young Hilton did it
very expeditiously and satisfactorily, ho
mane nun a present ot mat was the
very nrst money unton received from
Stewart, who subsequently took tho une
ful politician as his personal and conli-
.1 ...:..l I l..; -.1. . , ,
ui 'ii 1 1 :t i iaw nuwser, wan a salary latter
ly of 25,0o0 per annum. From $'A, the
hrst donation, to f 1,000,000, the last
gift under the will, was certainly a good
Herr Krupp, the great gunmaker, is
a staunch believer iu the efficacy of vac
cination. He recently expressed to his
employes a desire that they should all
submit to the opcr.iiion, small-pox be
ing prevalent' in the neighborhood of
Essen. Only six oi tin: ti.OOO bared
their arms to tho lancet, whereupon
Herr Krupp issued an ultimatum to the
effect that, every workman must cither
be vaccinated or leave his establishment,
lie madi.' the terms of surrender easy,
however, by promising that the opera
tion should take place during working
hours, that it should cost them nothing,
nnd last, though not least, that only an
imal ly mph should bo used. They sur
rendered at once, like sensible fellows.
There are not many establishments in
Germany where each workman has a
model cottage and a bit of garden at
tached, a pension fund, a relief fund and
h. doen other funds in which hnenn nitc.
ticipate in case of accident or supcrau-
01J Si on Political Reform.
One of (he Fourth Ward politicians
tackled the old man last night, saying:
"Undo Si, how is you gwino to voto
in dis 'lecksluin?"
"I ain't gwino ter vote no way, 'kase
I ain't been heah long 'miff for ter git
"Well, 'sposin' dat yer had do ago
whieher way would yer vote?"
"I'd vote Wid my motif shot and dodo
job airly - dat's my ban' alius!"
"nut which ticket tul yer vole Dmio
crat, Publican or Ind'pendint?"
"I wouldn't vole nary wun I'so 'er
scr.Heher frum Yrcounty whar de seben
year itch ar' politikly eperdertnick - an'
I votes fer men an mil fer de labil w hat's
put on de ticket! I nebor goes ter sea
in er bote jes 'kase hit'sgoter gilt figger
head!" "Den you don't beleeve iu stickiu' ter
"Yas, I does - but I'so gin'urilv do
man what. makfiMlo uoniiunshuus on my
ticket, an' do sooner tint every hones'
man forms hissef in a holler squar', calls
hissef ter order an' nominates his own
tickit unanimously, do soonor dar'll bo
reform in polities an' honesty in de gun
meiit!" This doctrine seemed to be novel to
tho Fourth Warder, and when last seen
ho was evidently deeply engrossed In
the proceedings of a convention of one.
Tho Tucson (Arizona) Citizen recent-
ly said that "the children of tho public
school were dismissed on account ot the
dust which tilled tho room, tho wind
hlowlncr it throuirh tho ill-littinir win
dows and doors of tho school building."
That was tho story the children went
homo with, but the noxt dav the Citizen
found out that there had been an increase
in the schoolmaster's family during thai
"(lusty" umo. ' ;
MILL AND COMHIHHION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring Mills
msrhefit Cauli Price Paid for Wheat.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
U. ELLH, Cimbler. T. J. Kerlb, Aas't cash
f. Briws fa'ro I William Kiiilo. .Cairo
PeinrNcff I William Wolf....
C. M (iHliTloh " MM). Patter "
K. A Budor " II. Well
J. Y. Clemrou, Caledonia.
A UKNERAL BANKING ItUSIS KH8 DONE.
Exchanso aold and bought. Intereit paid In
theHavinira Department. Collectloun made and
all bnaiuens promptly atteuded to.
PROPRIETOR OF 8PROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PCKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Spocialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee.
JjU'REKA! EUREKA! I
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE LWSUR
ANTE CUM PA NIP'S.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Orpiniu'iUnlvIlth, 1877, Under the Lawn o
the State of Illinois. Copyrlulited Julv
H, 11177, Under Actol t'onnrns.
P. (1. KCIU'H
C. T. ItUDI)
.... Medical Advmur
J. A. UOLDRTINK...
J. J, (JORI)ON
John c. white
KXKUUTl V K COM MITT K K-
II T.RIUIITOV r k. milium
J. 0. WHITE, W. r. PITCH Kit.
J. 8. McUAHEY.
William titration, of. SI ration A Rlrri. w,,l...,.u
(jrocer; Paul O. Schub, wholonnle and retail druit
glut: Ilaxon LelKbton, communion morchant; Jan.
8. McUabey, lumber dealer; J. J. Uordon, pby
li lan; J. A. (loldHtlno, oflioldatiue S lioHnnwntcr,
wliolcsiile and retail dry good, etc; Wni.K. Pitcn
er.Keneral accnt; Hunrv H. EHIh, rlly prlntnr and
hook binder; Cbenley llaynea, Cooimr; Juo. V.
bile, npHlalnnt cccrelnry and millcilor: Albert
I.nwia, dealer in Pour and irraln: P. Kriwa. iire.l-
diuil Alexander Coimlv Hank: (J. W. Ileinlrleka.
contractor and builder; tVua Clone, funeral
ai;ctit;Thomaa Lowia, mierutary and attorney at
law; L. S, Thimiiia, broom manufacturer; W. V
Humel, contractor and builder; C. T, Rudd
auentO. HI. L.N.O. rnllaoad;Mi;ie Phtllip,rar-
iieiurr; n . n. v iniinmcy, com radii.', ( airo, Ilia..
Huv. ,1. Spsucer, eleri!viiiaii,Kt Leiila, Mo.; J. H.
lluthune., circuit clerk, MmalaMippt county, Charlea
Ion, Mo. ; ,1. H. Mourn , lawver. Commerce, Mo.t
1). HIiiKlctaiv, pbvalclau, Arllniilou, Ky.; J. W.
Tarry, pbvulclan, Fulton, Kv.; Wm. Ityan, farraor,
Murrv, Kv. ; A. Hlutnbach, manufacturer of aad
illerv, Evaimvllle, Ind ; Ike Audernou, secretary
to nuiierlnteiidentC St. L. N I), railroad, .lack
on, Tenn.; J. H. Kobertaou, phvaic.lan, White
vllle, Tenn. ; Tliomna A. Onhorn, harnua maker,
Ilnllvar.Ten . : Win. L. Walker, "DUio Advor
tlaliiK AjjencY " Ilo!lv Hurln"". Mina
rpHK CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Ot Uulro. UlliioiM.
71 OHIO LEVEK.
A General Hanking business
TII08. W. HALLIDAY,
JjNTKlU'KISB HAVING HANK,
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOtS. W. HALLIDAY,
. . rer.