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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1882.
FOB. THIRTY BAYS OWLY!
Sacriiice of Our Immense Stock of Spring anil Summer CLOTHING
FURNISHING GOODS, Hats, Caps, &c.
A.T AND BELOW COST!
Ill order to make room for our Full Goods. Don't miss the chance and get a Nobby or
Business Suit at very Low Figures. Our stock is full and we must reduce it in the next
Thirty days. Look at the following prices in SUITS:
For $ fi (10
4 7 00
4. tt t
A Very Fine
nun m a
Don't Miss the
BARGAINS EOENISHBG GOODS
A (iood (Jauze Undershirt for ti5c. A Good India Gauze Undershirt for 35c,
A Good Gauzamere Undershirt for 50c. A Fine India Gauze Undershirt for 75c.
A Good Balbrigan Uudeishirf for 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.
M-vcir-N H Thinlrwood.
Tr-:-ur f-T ' . Kerth.
t'l. rk- li.ni'"' ""y
,.. fl.ir- V.m. H.l'h'rt-
Atl..rm-y-Wi Hiu Hendrlr.ki.
41 7 mMt or uikiii.
Ward-Win. Mc "al.-. T. M . KlmLrnuiih.
'.mu Wa'rd "cLie. u Falter, Ado.ph
b!?.'h Ward-T.W. Drilldw. Brnfi't B. Pettlt.
, lr,uilCI"tk-A.U. lrm.
County JuU-K' .h ....mm
olllllp M W. I'aracr.
. n.nr-K. KH.i;cral(l Holiday, J. A.
OUpIx auJ Peter MWP- -
lj ir.H.ti irfihlnj flf 'a . prayer meet
eVh mouth, llr .in. and 7. "f .m
luTuur-ilsy. ' '' ;,v. A .1. UKSS, Pa lor.
.itPuril Of TUB KBDKBMB;RKplc.a')
jtalihalli achool at 7.JU p. m
mi1.: i i.. . Uu .uth ii -.hi a. m. " r-
R'1,,r' m i .... . i Ml npnachlllB
" ,M nn
ruivi' uvury day al a. ni. .
0 r. I'ATKltK'S (Roman Catholic) Uon.or -Slnth
S Vl t and wihluBUm "eH"C School
Kih 8 and a. m. i V.r. 8 p. m. Ig ;
1 p. m. lorvlce vry day at 8 m. iw
THXTIWEard at cairo.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R.
THINH Jin. "'"" .
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tall 4;0ft tt'm
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Accoiq nation. :aup.m tAccom iMoo u
WAHAHII, ht. touw PAUIHO K Y CO.
Mill B .... j J." I K,,,M " P
Dally cept Hunday. T Pny
Bxprosi ti;05 a,
All Wool Cassimere Suit, worth
Scotch Cassimere Suit,
Something Elegant, worth
An Extreme Fine Cassimere Suit,
" Imported "
Satin Lined Suits, worth
Walnut Ht , near 12th.
SUMMEKTERM, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
Tl'ITlON KOH TERM
Common School, Academic aud Commercial
llninclice taught .
IIKXI4 V KL.O YD, Teacher.
QEORGE U. LEACH, M. D.
l'hvsician and Surgeon. -
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic tront.
m nt or fnri;icttl diaoatui, aud dlaHea of woiuud
oillcc: On Uth etroet, oppoelto the Tott Olllce,
JU. W. C. JOCKLYN,
D E NT18T.
oyPlK-KlithU Wtmwt. near Come errlal Avannu
jyi E W. WniTLOCK,
Omul No. 1M Oommorclal Avenue, between
tCtfblh aud Ninth Htreota
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesalo Dealer in lee.
ICE BY TUB CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
rCKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Speeialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
THE RGGL'LAR CAIKO AN!) PADUCAD
HENRY K. TAYLOR Mantcr
OEO. JOBES tlork
Ijt'avesr'adueah for Calm 'luliy (Sundayi except,
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at i ni. Return
lug, L.-avee Cairo at 4 p. m. Mound. City at 5p. m.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE feBaJ. STATES.
ii 1 1 i 1 1
On r.ndaftor Monday, Jnnc7lh, and mit.ll Inrthur
notlc the foriyhott will mako trip as follows:
MAVia Liana math
Foot Fourth at. Mlnnonrl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a.m. 8:80 a.m. 9 a.m.
10:00 a. m. 10:80a. m. 11 a.m.
8:00 p. m '2:30 p.m. 8 p.m.
4:O0p.m. 4::)0p.m. S;00p.m.
3 p.m. 3:80 p.m. 8 p.ni
D Stovos D
A A. '
No. 27 1 1 8th St.
S Tinware. 8
W. I.amiiuim, river editor of inn JIui.itih
and itcanibout paeuii)r aunt. Ordera fur all
kinds of uteamhoat Job printing aollclted. Olllco
ni Planter notel, No. W Ohio levee.
KTAOE8 OK TUB HIV Kit.
Tho rivtir markod liy tin; gsugo Inn even
ing t 4 o'clock at this port 37 feet 1 i
incl.es ftri'l ribint;.
Pittsburg, July G-0 p. m. Kiver 7 left
10 inches and rising.
Cincinnati, July 00 p. in. Uiver 2J
feet !i inches ami fulling.
Louibville, July 0 C p. in. Kiver !)
feet 11 inches anl falling.
Nanhvillo, July U-0 p. m. River 'J feet
8 inches and stationary.
tit. mH, July 0-0 p. m. River 32 feet
G inches ami falling.
Tho Gnus. Morgan from New Orleans
arrived yesterday morning at 4. She hud
a light trip of freight, but a large pHsseu
ger list numbering 00 cabin passengers,
added 11 more here making 107. Alter re
ceiving fuel she departed for Cincinnati at
4 :30 a. m.
Tho City of New Orleans from the lower
Mississippi arrived here yesterday morning
at 3:30. She had a large number of passen
ger and but little freight. She left Mem
phis twenty minutes ahead of tho Morgan
and landed hero just as tho Morgan came
in sight, leaving for St. Louis as the morn
ing was lauding here.
The W. P. Halliday from St. L-iuis ar
rived last evening at 3, with a moderato
freight trip for Iho Crescent City. Sho will
leave this morning. .
Yesterday was cuol and pleasant for the
season, and dull on tho levee.
Remi'inber tho Ao ly Uiutu from Cincin
nati will report here to-morrow evening lor
Memphis. Go and see Passenger Agent W.
F. Lambdin at office 54 Ohio levee.
Tho U. H. Springer from Cincinnati is
to-day due for New Oi leans.
The Vint. Shiuklo leaves Memphis this
evening for Cincinnati.
Tho Hudson from St. Louis arrived at 0
p. m. yesterday. Sho had a good freight
and passenger trip, and left for Paducah
and Shawueetown at 0:39.
The John 15, Maude arrived at 0:30 p. in.
yesterday from St. Louis. She had a good
trip for Memphis.
The Otis Fowler ai rived at 4 p. in. yes
terday. She had nn excellent trip of freight
aud people; arrived late as she had a barge
load of lumber in tow, and left on her re
turn trip lor Paducuh at G p. m.
Capt. Jim Brownee, river editor of the
News and steamboat agent at Paducab,
cutue down on tho Fowler yesterday on
business. His wife also accompanied him.
They relumed on the saino boat for home.
Tho Will Kyle left New Orleans laat
evening, and will report hero next Tuesday
evening tor Cincinnati.
The Uoldcu Rule with tier big trip for
New Orleans will be detained until u new
cylindcr-hcad can be made for her. This
is very unfortunate for the Rule as she had
a splendid trip. She is now at Evunsvillu.
The Sam Roberts left hero for Helena last
evening with a tow of salt and lumber.
The Jas. V. QafT for Cincinnati is duo
up early this morning. Shu hails from
Memphis, aud has a splendid trip 1)50
bales of cotton, 40 passengers and 25,000
feet of lumber.
The City of Cairo, Capt. Viekers master,
is due from St. Louis this evening for New
Tho City of Helens this ( veiling leaves
St. Louis for Memphis, and is duo hero to
AN HEIRESS WANTED.
Tho following letter received at this
olllco a day or two ago explains itself:
Scott's Buiki, Scott Co., Ind., July ard82.
Editor lJullutlti, Cairo, 111.:
Pleasu insert iu your paper tho following
lines: "Homo seventeen years ago my
daughter, Sarah A, Ilazzard, left hero aud
last heard from hor was at Cairo, Ilia., and
I have not heard from hor for sixteen years.
Sho then said sho had mnrriod a man by
tho namo of Wm, Minurd, and as thero is
a good sum of money coming to Iter from
her mother's ostato, the administrator and
myself would liko to find where sho is.
Any person knowing whero sho is, will do
me a kindness by answering mo and give
mo her address.
When she first left horo, sho lett uudor
tho name of Sarah A. Hooker, as sho waa
a widow, when sho left, but hor maiden
name was Sarah A. Ilazzard.
Address me at once, It any person should
road this and know of her whereabouts,
and oblige, Joshua lLvmuiv "J;
Scott'i Burg, Scott Co; Ind.
Experiments in Feeding.
Tho superintendent of tho model
farm lit (iuelph, Canada, gives as below
tho results of Homo experiments niado
thero in cattle-breeding:
1. A steady frosty winter 'm belter
than an open one in feeding eat tlo,
2. An average 2 or 3 year old steer
will eat its own weight of dillerent ma
terials in two weeks.
3. Two or 3 year old t attlo will add
one-third of a pound more per day to
their weight upon prepared hay and
roots than upon the same materials un
prepared. 4. It is 30 percent, mora profitubloto
premature and dispose of fattening cat
tle at tvn years old than to keep them
up to three years.
5. There is no loss in feeding a cattle
beast well upon a variety of materials
for tho sake of manure alone.
G. Farm-yard manure from well-fed
eattlo 3 years old, is worth an average
of $2.30 per ton.
7. A 3 year old cattle beast, well fed,
will give at least one ton of manure
pvery month of winter.
8. No eattlo beast whatever will pay
for the direct increase to its weight from
the consumption of any kind or quanti
ty of food.
9. On an average it costs 12 cents for
every additional pound of flesh added
to tho weight of a 2 or3 year old fatten
10. In Canada the market value of
ftore cattle can be increased 36 percent,
during six mouths of finishing by good
11. In order to secure a safe profit,
no store cattle beast, well dono to, can
bo sold at less than 4J cents per pound
11. In tho fattening of wethers, to
finish as .shearings, the Col.swold and
Leicester grades can be made up to 200
pounds, the Oxford down IHO pounds,
and the South down (grade) 160 pounds
each, livo weight
13. A cow wintered upon two tons
and a half of hay will produce not far
from five tons of manure, provided that
sho bo well littered aud none of the ex
crements bo wasted.
Personalities and Ill-Reports.
Keep clear of personalities in general
conversation. Talk of things, objects,
thoughts. The smallest minds occupy
themselves with persons. Personalities
must sometimes bo talked, because we
have to learn and find out men's char
acteristics for legitimate objects; but it
is to be with confidential persons. Poor
Burns wrote and did many foolish
things, but ho was wise wheu ho wroUs
to a young friend:
Avi. tell your story fron, off-lintiil,
Nvhi'ii wl' ii ImMiin iTimy;
Tint xtlll keep Hiimi'tlilnii to yoursel'
You'll m nrrely tell loory.
Do not needlessly report ill of others.
Thero are times when we aro compelled
t say, "I do not think Bouncer a truo
and honest man." But when there is
no need to express an opinion lot poor
Bouncer swagger away. Others will
take his measure, no doubt, and savo
you tho trouble of analyzing him and in
lit meting them. And as far as possible
dwell on the good side of human beings.
There are family boards w here a con
stant process of' depreciating, assigning
motive, and culling up character goes
forward: they are not plea-ant places.
One who is not henlthy does not wish
to dino at a disseetiii" Inble. There is
evil enough in in. a, Hod knows. But it
is not the mission of every young man
and woman to detail and report it all.
Keep the atmosphere as pure as possi
ble, and fragrant with gentleness and
Charity. Jir. John Hull.
Two Sides to the Questiou.
"How often does tho ferry-boat
start':"1 asked tho lady.
"I very fifteen minutes, mum."
"How long since tho boat left liereP"
"Tin minutes, mum."
Lady waits ten minutes, and then
"Didn't you say tho boat starts every
"1 did, mum."
"Well, 1 have wailed hero ten niin
utcs since you said tho boat hud been
gone ten minutes!"
"Then how do you mako out that it
starts every fifteen minutes?"
"Why, you see, muin, slarruts from
this soide wan fifteen minutes, and from
the ither soido tho uixt."
JOTIt'K TO I'ONTKACTORS.
Olllco of City (Murk. Cairo, Ilia., July Urd, ISM.
Sralnl proiinfiilH will lnt rut'oWud at tills ulllco,
dlrrclvd to thu Cl'y clerk of tlto city of Cairo, un
til Tuevilny (ivi.'iiliikt .luly loth tioxl, for kvvlug all
public drlfu wulla In tliu city In Kood working or
der for tho roimilnlim portion of thv hVcal year
(April 301I1, Ish;I. Alwofor thu laylnff of newer
nio 011 Ciimiiicrcliil av.iiiuo, liclwnon Third and
th KtreuiN, aud Ixitwi'cn Mnetli and Troth
atrceta, and on Twenty anrund atracl, liotwuon
Walnut and I'tno Ktrneta. Work to ho donu aatla
factory to liii conimlttefl on alriii'ta. A good and
aiitllcl"tit li'in.l for twice the amount of hill muxl
accompany all propoalllnua. The rl'lit to rcjnct
any auu an 11111a r'orvu ny 1 110 cny.
1). J. KOLKV, City Clerk.
1! : .'ill; J '
OF TUB CONDITION
Alexander County Bank.
Caiiui, III., Monday, July 3rd, lSSi.
Loans and DIhcouiiUi t82,007
Dun from oilier bunk 3.1,1 IS S8
(.'aii, on liaml a,HT7 aj
KohI liuinto aud furultiiro 13.W7 55
, , LIIUILITIKS.
tnpltal Mock paid lu g.NK) on
Hurplua mdpioilts ; u,ii.'.4 UH
""Posit 111,101 7
"uu othur tmiikH (cj si
Wp. K. llroM, ir..nl(l.!ut, and Ilunry Wells
cKlnr, do doliMiiuly nwtiiir tlmt llio iioove stato
ini'iii Is truo to thu ln-dtof ourknowluduo and bu
!'f. K. BKOtis, l'runiduiit
II. WKI.LH, Caxuler.
SuliKcrlhnd und sworn to heforu mo thl 3rd day
ol Jsly, Una. ALKHKI) COMINGS,
lw Notary I'ubllc.
ST. LOUIS k CAIKO 11.11
TRAINS HUN AS FOLLOWS.
KxpruM and Mall liavn Cairo, evnry day cxcciit
Sunday, at Ui:S5 a.m. Arnv.ti 4::5 p. m.
Accommodation arrlvca at I'iM n, m. and da
part at I vAl j. nt.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
(JOODSSOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEU & CO.,
Oor.Niroteeiitbitreutl Poi. Til
Commercial Avonouf villi 111
MILL AND COMMISSION.
' DiALana im
FLO UK, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HiirbeHt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
CoinmiTcial Avenue ami Eitfhth Street,
OA I UO, ILLS.
Y. riUOSM, Prvatdnnt. I P. NKKF, Vlcel'rea'nt
U. WKLLS, Cuahlur. T. J. Kerth, Aaa't caaa
Broaa Cairo I William Klnto. .Cairo
I'oicr NcfT I William Wolf....
'. M tlHU-rloh I C. ( 1'atler "
K. A. lluder " II. Wella
J. Y. Clera'ou, Caledonia.
AOKNEIUMI.YNKINU HL'SINKbS DONE.
Kxclmnifo old and bought. Interutt paid In
the SavluK Oepurtmuiit. Collectloua uuide and
all htiidiiun.1 promptly attended to.
THE A. 15. SAFF0RD.
Dally pHckd hutweuu Cairo and Mound C'ty Cap
tutu Austin Owen.
Leave Cairo 6:.V) A. At.
" Mound City ei.'.'lt) " "
Z" Cairo U:.')" "
" Mound City -:.m p. M.
" i;"o- 4::w
" Mound Citv H " "
On Hundava until riirlher notice the SnlTord will
innke two round trtpa hetweeu Cairo and Mound
City, leaving Cairo at Ha. m. and 1::X) p. ni and
leaving Mound t:lly at 11 o'clock a, m. aud 8 p. m.
11IE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Culro. IllinoU.
71 OHIO LIVEK.
A Ueueral Uiuiklnp; business
TIIOS. AV. HALLIDAY.
JNTKKPRISE 8AVINU DANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A 8AVIXOS BANK.
THOa W. IULUOAY,
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