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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 0, 1882.
FOR THIRTY BAYS OHIaY!
Sacrifice of Our Iniinense Stock of Spring and Summer CLOTHING
FURNISHING GOODS, Hats, Caps, Ac
A.T AND BELOW
Iii order to m ike room for our Fall Goods. Don't miss the chance and y;et a
Business Suit at very Low Figures. Our stock U full and we must reduce it in
Thirty days. Look at the following prices in SUITS:
For 8 (5 00 - - An
Don't Miss the
BARGAINS FURNISHING GOODS ,
A Good Gauze Undershirt for -'5c. A ool India Gauza Undershirt for 35c,
A flood Gauzamere Undershirt for 50c. A Fine India Gauze Undershirt for 75c.
A Good Ralbrigau Undershirt tor 75c. A Fine Lysle Thread Undershirt for $1.00
Fine Hosiery at very low figures at
CHICAGO ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE
Corner Eighth Street and Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLS.,
M. WERNER, Proprietor.
( jiy orheir.
Vnyor-N H Ttiintlf wood-Tr-
aur.-r ' K''r!h
l'l rk 1)' niilf - J- Kimiy.
C...ii'ir-Wm. H.i!ll.. rt.
Mwrn. y-WIIIUin llemlrlrks.
f-rt Ward-Wiu.McHale.T. M Klml-roOilb.
vt.rA W.Lril-H. K, Ulake, .Tolin Wood.
rllurih '"'I -Chirlo. O. PaUer, Adoifh Swo-
b WRh Ward-T. W. 1-:Udv. KrnestB.Pettlt.
Circuit. I ii.Ik. I). J ''"'
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Coun yJtidn-H. S.V-kiiiii.
County TrMirj.T-Mtk-t V . 1 ar-U.
Corouer-K. I'f0'1 T W lialliday, J- A.
l'ountyC"mmtiiio!i:r-l. v. uniu,,
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UlllOB BHU I is.w "f
l( streets; Pfc'1'"' .,. V;") p. in.; prayer meet
e,h mouth. 11 a. m. and . & 'h ...ifo a.m
lunTUureday. .:.'P- yy. A . 11 Pastor.
ni-HClf OF TUE KBDKKMKIMSpHeopa')
f , ..reef Sunday 7:(Vl a m., Holy
V VZ -T ' a m Sunday V.hool; ll;OJa.m ,
1 hi a, 10 j., IP- " J ft
.lalinath achool at P- ul
rr II RRN -Thirteenth ttreet; senses Sab
J X". UW a. m. i Sunday -cbool 2 p.m. Uev.
tTiullrtT-Cor. Kltfhtt' and Walnut. treet8,
M Z hi Sabbath 11 : -Monday
hchoul at in p.m. Ituv. J. A. Scar rat,
Lm ' W,dt.dav at 7. p. m ; nSnda, School
Sup m. llov B.V.eoelpMUir.
OT JOHBM1-H -Utoman Catholic) C"'"
fit I'H ovury duy at 8 ft. m. Huv . O llara, l mn.
ST VATWICK'8 (Koman Catholic) Corner Ninth
Dath B and 10 a. m. ; Vcper. S p. m. ! 9d.
2 p. m. 6rvlce evury day at 8 ft-m. Bev. M.wU-rson
lucrnnrcARu at uaikct
ILLINOIS CKNTKALK. R.
... . J,. V tbanb untv.
tArcn'm'ila'tiou.il .1" a.m
Bxpron 11 :10 a.m
M,ill 4::na.m tMall -
mt I AC n R. (Narrow Oaiiijo )
bT h , I.M. 8 .U. K.
tAccom nati.m. .:Wp.ra I tAccom ,a;";a,m
WAHA8II, ST. LOUIS PAfHO B'V CO.
Dally mcept Sunday, t Dally.
Mnll 6:05 a.
All Wool Cassimere Suit, worth
Scotch Cassimere Suit,
Something Elegant, worth
An Extreme Fine Cassimere Suit,
" Imported " "
Satin Lined Suits, worth
Walnut St., near 12th.
SUMMKliTKRJJ, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TElllf, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
Tl'lTION FOI TKKM
" ' WKEK
Common rfchoul, Academic und Commercial
1 1 KN II Y -'I.O Y D, Tewher.
Q.EOROE II. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attentlou paid to the Homeopathic treat
mi nt of fnrical diioascs, and dlncmos of women
Olllco : On 11th etreet, opposlto tho Post Oftlco,
J)U. W. C. JOClfLYN,
OKFK'B Eighth Strent, nar Commercial Aventie
pit. E W. WHITLOCK,
Omo No. 1M Commercial Avenue, b'Jtweuc
Kiihth and Ninth Streeu
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY TUE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEU
rf!KED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Ioads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
THE KEUULAU OAIHO AM) PADUCAO
1 DAILY PACKET.
HBMtY K. TAVLOK Master
UKO. JOHES Clerk
I.iaven Paduch for C'uin) daiiy (Snndayt except
ed) at S a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Hettiru
illC, Leaves Cairo at4 p. m. MouuJ. City at Sp. m.
QAIKO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE JE&ZZ&Jl STATES.
On ind after Monday, JnncTth, and ntittl lurthor
notice the rony boat will make trips as rollows:
mats Liana math
Foot Fourth at. Missouri Land'R. Kpntnr.ky Ld g.
8:00 a. m.
10:00 a. ni,
3:00 p. m.
4 p. m.
8:30 a. m.
10:30 a. m.
2:30 p. in,
9 a. m.
5;00 p, m,
C O A. U
D Stoves 33
No. 27 I 8th St.
B Tinwaro. S
W. F Lamiioim, river editor of fin ItULiTi
and au-ambuat panannKur auut. Order for all
kinds of steamboat Joli prlntliin solicited. Olllce
ut l'Unt4rn notel, No. W Ohio Itivoo.
HTAHKH OF TI1K KIVK.R.
Tlie river iiiBrkod liy the gnuu Ihh' even
itii' at 4 o'clock at this port 37 A ct 3
inclicH anl rising.
I'iltsltiiry, July 5-0 p. ui. River (i t'ect
Cincinnati, July 5-0 p. m. River 21
feet 1 inch ami falling.
Louisville, July 5 C p. m. River 10
feet and falling.
NaslivillrJJ July 5-0 p. m. River H feet
9 inches ami ribin.
8t. Louin, July C-0 p. in. River 32 feet
9 inches and rising.
Tho City of New Orleans i duo up this
morning for Ht. Louis. She in ado the run
to Memphis in 3 days; laid over to clean
The City of Vicksburg from thu lower
Mississippi arrived here at 1 p. m. yester
day, and left in a few minutes after fur St.
The Auchor line steamer Hello Memphis
arrived at 3:30 p.m. yesterday, end left
during the night for Vickshurg.
Thu tine hd1 commodious steamer Chas.
Morgan from Now Orleaus passed up last
night for Cincinnati. She had a largo
passenger trip, received 13 passengers hero
The Jolm U. Maude from fit. Louis is
due this evening for Memphis.
The fine steamer W. P. lialliday from St.
Louis is duo here fur New Orleans this
The Fourth of July as extensively cele
brated in Cairo; tho streets were thronged
with visitors; tho race courso crowded,
and the park also was visited by thousands
A crand display of fireworks at night was
the most notable eveutof the Fourth.
The railrohds and steamboats realized
handsomely on the Fourth.
The Gus Fowler from Paducah brought
down three hundred people, and left on
her return trip at 11 p. m., on the 4th.
Capt. Newt. Roberts, in command of tho
new packet Octavia, on her maiden trip,
had about 73, 15th Amendments from Pa
ducah and Metropolis, some of whom got
too much "Fourth," and were left over to
fiuish up the jollifications. The Octaviais
a nice little craft and is well adapted fur
Tho Golden Rule from Cincinnati with
a big trip for New Orleans, whilst landing
at Tell City, bursted her cylinder hea l
which will occasion her delay some time.
She was properly duo here yesterday morn
ing, but we cannot, at present, say when
she will arrive.
The Fannie Tatum from Paducah ar
rived here at 2 a. m. yesterday with a good
trip, and departed for St. Louis at 3 a. in.
The James W, Guff from Memphis for
Cincinnati is duo to-day. For passage rates
sec W. F. Lwnbdin, agent.
The fine steamer Andy Ratim Iroin Cin
cinnati left for Memphis yesterday evening,
and will report here Saturday evening.
The fast steamer Hudson will report here
this evening for Paducah and Shawnee
town. The Hudson's accommodations arc
first-class in every particular, and Captaiu
Grillilh is her popular chief.
Tho Silverthorn.'formerly a regular pack
et from Cairo to New Madrid, brought a
largo party of people here fro ji Hickman,
Columbus and other points to participate
in fie Fourth, She left at 2 a. m. yester
day on her return trip.
Among tho list of steamboat arrivals to
day it will bo proper to mention tho Ous
Fowler, as she will surely report hero from
Paducah as per schedule, and leavo on her
return trip at 5 p. in.
Weather unusually cool for tho season,
but as wo havo no control over tho matter.
Don't propose to kick 1
DJCATI! ON THE HIVRlt.
A special telegram from Wheeling, W.
Va., to tho St. Louis Globe-Democrat, dated
July 4th in st., l'urnitdius tho details of a
terrible disaster near Wheeling at a point
called Mingo Junction, on tho Ohio river,
which occured on tho 4th of July. A party
of excursionists, numbering about 700 peo
ple, wore on board tho steamer Scioto on
her return trip to their respective homes,
when thu disaster happened by tho Scioto
colliding with tho tugboat John Loom is.
The accident happened about 8 o'clock.
The moon was shining brightly, or tho loss
of life would havo boon much greater. At
tho time tho telegram was sent it was im
possible to estimate tho loss of life with any
correctness, but it is thought that it must
havo been groat. It Booms there was some
misunderstanding between tho pilots In
their signaling each other. However, from
tho reports, it seems thoro was tho most
wanton neglect on tho part of tho pilots,
and when invigealed tho guilty parties
should bo held strictly responsible for tho
terrible disaster and punished accordingly,
This disaster is one ot tho worst that lias
happened for many years on our western
rivers, ami tho ever-meiiioral.le Fourth, in
this instance, had indeed a terrible termina
tion which carried induscribeablo grief to
tho homes of the unfortunate victims. All
left with happy anticipation of great pleas
ure only to bo launched so suddenly
from life to eternity, many of whom found
watery graves. Tho anxious parents, loving
brother and sisters, and tho dearest of
friends at hnmo, awaiting (ho arrival of
tliM.so who departed iti health ami glee,
will no more s.iothu happy lacs in life of
those who were sacrificed so carelessly.
Few birds that tire e.-dei'iiiod its pets
in n household, savs the New York
Tinh:, sing llieir paluia! sung. If the
did tln'v wouldn't bo so hi;'hlv pri.t
Tint canary, evrn, is trained to his
son; and the yotinjj bird is kept, by
the eatvful breeder, in tho company of
only the best singers. So is tho bull
lineh, the starling, the blackbird and
others whose snn;'s make them so valu
able to dealers. So t he song birds are
never taught to improve their songs in
this country. Dottier say it is because
wo haven't men on thi side of the At
lantic who will enter into competition
with the trainers in Germany. Tho
Americanized foreigners find that this
business doesn't pny. So even thoso
who have been in tlie business in tho old
world drop it when they come here.
Yet, in a small way, theso trainers pur
sue their vocation here to some extent
vat her for recreation than remuneration.
Theso : Holts, however, are directed
mainly to the training of speaking birds
like tho parrot and magpie rather than
the songster. There lives on Roosevelt
street an Alsatian who has accomplish
ed n wonder in the training of a com
mon Held robin. Tho bird was kept by
him in n dark room with a small ninsiu
box set to play only ono tuno, "My
Marv Ann," made popular by llarrigan
and Hart in one of their farces. Adoen
limes a day or more tho music box
ground out this one tune. The owner
of the bird i a good whistler and some
thing of a musieia'i. At such odd hours
as be could get from bis work bo went
to the room where tho bird was confined
and whistled thu tune. Occasionally
he would lake hi violin to the room and
play "My Mary Ann." The robin heard
no music but this, and as u consequence
in u couple of months began to sing
this song. When ho got so bo could
whistle it from beginning to end his im
provement ceased. And now ho sings
at intervals this plaintive air in rivalry
with tho music-box, and much to tho
delight of its owner. Tho imitative fac
ulty thus developed lias clung to tho
bird, who is now constantly picking up
new notes, and has perfected it.self in a
portion of one of the airs from "Fatin
ila." It has also learned to speak
three French phrases, and has acquired
the habit of calling out in a shrill whis
tle, "Jules," the name of its owner's
son. Altogether it is a famous bird,
nod its owner will not part with it for
any amount of money. The method
liursued by thi Alsatian is that pursued
by all trainers in Kinope who make the
education of song-birds a specialty. -The
bulltiiich is their favorite student,
because it learns the most readily, can
accpiire two or three tunes and is a fav
orite in the market. These trainers,
generally peasants, will till a darkened
room with 'cages of bullfinches, and teach
them by the use of what is known as a
bird oig.'in to w histle some particular
tunc, The bird-organ is a baby hand
organ, and plays only the one song the
teacher desires his scholars to learn.
This is ground out to them a doen
times daily, and in a month or two the
pupils are graduated, and apparent!)
revel in their education, abandoning
their natural song for the artificial
one. The violin or mimic-box is often
substituted for the bird-organ, but one
of tho three is always an accompani
ment to the education of a song bird
The young canary takes its school inj.
from its malt: parent, and young birds
while in training have no other educa
tion than being confined in a room with
a Dumber of the best singer.
A precocious boy of six year, listen
ing wearily to a long-winded tale related
bj"a prosy relative, took advantage of a
short pause to say, shyly, "I wish that
story had been brought out in Lumbers."
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS KL'N AS FOLLOWS.
Kxiri!n sin! Mull leaven Citiro, evory day except
SiiikIm', at in:'.'.') n m. Arriv.i 4::I5 p. ro.
Accommodation arrives at 12:US . m. mid do
I'urts at I :'i) i. in.
1 rr r?
fM 6 4.
Natural Fruit Flavors. "
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids orartiic
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Ha ve gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qua.
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, I1L, and St. Louis, Mo.,
l.k.r. or l.,.lla T, !, ., Dr. Prlw'. fmm Blklof
l-owtler, wad lr. I'rle'. talu IVrfim..,
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COOD3.
EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN 'J'lIK CITY.
(JOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI EH CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 PuSi'A Til
Conimercliil Avenne t VJflUU, 111
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HiehflHt Cuxli Price Paid for Wbear.
li?.! . AJ,N l-Kj
Coimucrciitl Avenue und Eighth Street,
OA mo. ILLS.
P. BHOSS, Prudent. I P. N FKF, Vice Prci'nt
II. WELLS, fusliler. T. J. Kcrtn, Asu't cash
F. Bron Ca'ro WiUUm KlntP. .Cairo
1'elerNetr " William Wolf.... "
t'. M OHterliih " I f. o. Palier "
K. A. Under " II. Wells '
J. V. I'lemi'iiu, Caledonia.
A URNEKAL IIANKIXO I1CSIN.SS DONE.
GxcliaiiKu Kold and bought. Interert paid In
tlie Savings Department. Collections mudo and
all business promptly attumJod to.
THE A. B. SAFFORD.
Dally packet between Cairo and Mound C'ty Cap
tain Au 'tin Owuu
Leau-i Cairo 8:.K) A. M.
' Mound City 8:;n) "
J" Cairo II::)" "
" Mouti'l City l:.m P. M.
" Cairo I:) '
" MoiimlCitv " "
ttn Snndavs until furtlier notlfe the SMl'ord will
make two round trips between Cairo vnri Motinil
City, leaving Cairo at 11 a. m. and l:'Kl p. m and
leaving Mound City ut 11 o'clock b, m. and p. m.
rpiIECITY NATIONAL RANK
71 OHIO LRVBB.
A Oeneral Iiaukiiiif busiuoss
T1IOS. W. IIAILUJAY.
JNTBKrHIS- SAVING DANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOd, V. JIAJL.L.1IJ A V,