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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1882.
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A full and completu line of Spring ami Hummer Clothing, Furuisliinr Goods, Hats.
Cap, Etc. As we have KNOCKED THE ROTTOM out of our regular prices, for the sim
ple reason that the stock must be cleared or sold out in order to make room for Au Ini
meibe Stock of
.Fall and Winter Groodsl!
Now is Your Chance as We are offering GREAT
At the following; prices in Summer Goods:
Sear Sucker suits at 3.50. Blue Linen
Alpacka Coat and Vest at 5.00. Serge Coat
CHICAGO ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE
Corner Eighth Street and Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLS.,
M. WERNER, Proprietor.
V yir -N. H ThiMli wooU.
ii.H ir-r T J. Kerth.
C.r- Ut n-.'i1 J. Foley.
(.mi.elnr -Wm. H. OUi.crt.
Mr.niilL. U ''" ..
Attorney- William IDx -trick.
BOIKU or JLMIIIW.
K,r-t W-.nl- Wm. Mo Hale. T. M Klmbr.mcb.
i.r.md Wnr.l- J.-Hm. llmkle.C. N. lltm-he.
Tt.inl Ward- H. K, MUkt:, John W omt.
Illinh wlSd-Chirlw O. hitler, Adoiph Swo-
' k';?, !, Ward-T. W. lUUIday. Brnc.tB. Pettlt.
l Irci it .I I I:-.--I J-H'.fe' r.
i-lrniM Clerk -A. II. I"ln.
n.nivJiiilKti-K. S ocum.
r.i.inty Tr.-nr.ur.r-v.. lara.r.
t r..r,cr-K. Iltr.iierald iiall'.di.v 3.
county CominlKioner-T. w. Uall.ai.y.
(itlil.Mimt l'etcr sup.
Cuitil IIVITIST. -Corner Tenth and filar
Jr. l"; I r'ichinu urt mid third Sunday. In
ptor u .
r rj 'NIK KAN Thirteenth ituef, vu"
1 j bath t :: . m. i Snnday chool " eV'
MKTUODIKT -Cor. KU'hlr nJ ,Ln." Jl' ,,?'
Frear.Mn iM.tli Jl:tw-m. ? " ' ; P-'
hnuday bchool at rt:.n p. m. Kev. J. A. Starrttl.
tiWKSHYTKKI AN KlRhth fitroct: pwsachtn on
PffitV ft n:' hfiA?tiu&j El
moettni: Wedmwdaj at 7:8'U. m. ; Sunday scumoi
at 8 p. m. Km B. Y. Oeoue, iaL.r.
O and Walnut streets! services '
aL ; Hnuday School at i p. m. i V.- crs S p. m., set
rices everyday at 8 a.m. HoV. O Hum, 1 rlet.
CT. l'ATKlCK'8-(Koman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O street and WashlnRton vnVarTiHrhni
hath 8 and 10 a. m.S Vespers 8 p. m.i
p. m. services every day at a.m. Kev. M.wn rson
" K. 11. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL K. K.
TtlAINfl DBl'AHT. AN AU.ir VS.
Accom'diitloD.nMlla.ni Kxuruim 'l1"1
KMiSi....... l' m ' Acco.ndtloB..4:Or, p.m
MIHH CKNTH Ati U. K.
Mll . 4 n a.iA tMitll 5:00 p.m
8T. L, 0. U. H. (Nrrnw Uatiqe )
Accom Uiition. 1 :i P.m I .A..m'dlutii p.m
Dally eicopt ttunday. t DUy.
MOBILE 01110 11. Ig
Mall ni05ft.tn.Mall P-m-
gxpruis 0:i . m. Kxprets ...... .Wp. tn.
Walnut St., near 112th.
SUMMER TKKM, from July 5, 12 we.Ls
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TUTION FOU TKKM
I' Kit MUSI'II
Cittiiinoii 8rhii'il. Academic and ('oinmcrcml
1 1 KN11Y VL.O V l-, 'I'om hiT.
QEOUGB II. LEACH, M. D.
lhvri,ian nncl Surgeon.
Special nttentlun paid to the Homeopathic treat
nu nt of uritcal dUuaeB, aud diepisoe of women
tMllce: (in llth street, oppiiKlto tho Pout Olllce,
JjK. W. O. JOCBLYN,
OK KICK BlehMi Htre..t. m-ar ComnrcUl Avantte
jU. K W. WIIITLOCK,
moi No. l:tA Commercial Avenue, between
Itvhtli and Ninth Ntrenu
PHOPRIKTOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
rv:KKD FOR 8II1IT1NO
Oar Ijoads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Le?ee,
BARGAINS in Our Line.
suits at 3.50
and Vest "at 6.00
nK KKUCLAU CAIRO AND l'ADUCAH
L DAILY I'ACKKT.
HEN KY K. TAYLOH yu,wt
GEO. JOI1ES clerk
Li-avcp Cadur.ah for Culrn daily (Sunday except
ed) at 8 a in. and Mound C ity ati p m. Keturii.
lug. L.avts Cairo at4 p. in. Mound. City at 5p. in.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE !blll STATES.
On i-.nd after Monday, Jane ?th, and niitll lurther
uotlr.o the funyhoHt will make trlpa at. follow:
Mivaa Liavis LiiTia
Pool Fourth t. Mlmonri Land'R. Kentucky Ld g.
8:0" a. m. 8:3rt a. m. a. in! '
15:00 a. m, 10:30 a. m. h . m.
a:(H)p. m. :30p. m. Sp.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00 p. m.
2 p.m. :S0 p.m. J p.m
O O A. L
T Stoves D
S Tinware. 8
W. p Lanhiiin, river e.tllor ot i'iik Ilitu.Tl
and Kteamliont pa.rtoiiKer hhiiU Oritur Tor nil
kludnorsteamlioHt lul nniitliiir Hollclted. Olllce
at I'luutr Hotel, No. 54 Ohio levee.
HTAOKH OV TIIK ItlVKU.
Ttic rivor mnrkod ly tli gaugo laH evon
iu t 4 o'clock at this port 38 feet 1
inch anI fulling.
1'ittnburg, July 11-0 j). in. River 4 feet
7 inches ami falling.
Cincinnati, July It 0 p. m. River 10
feet 0 incites ami rising.
Louisville, July 110 p. m. River 9
feet and fulling.
Nashville, July 110 p. in. River 7 feet
8t. Imis, July 11 -(i p. tn. River 21) feet
2 inches and fulling.
dpt. Lew Kates, of the Will Kyle, wired
us from Memphis yesterday, saying his
bout would leave titer at 10 a.m. She
will report here to-night early for Cincin
nati. Lookout for luti ! Passengers going
up the Ohio can procure tickets from W.
F. Liimbdin, agent. Office 54 Ohio levee.
The Fannie Tatuni from St. Louis at rived
at 10 Monday night with a uood trip for
l'uducah and Ewald's Iron works on the
'ihe Otis. Fowler arrived promptly on
time last evening and left for l'uducah on
her return trip at 5 p. m.
Captain J. H. Conway, of the Fannie
Tatum, came through by rail from St. Louis
and went by the Mississippi Central road
to l'aducah to meet his boat.
Considerable wheat is being handled
by steamboats, but the business has net
fairly opened up.
The Anuie P. Silver did not get off yes
terday as w;is expected. She was detained
until last night taking freight and could
have taken more, but it was not to be had.
The fine steamer Andy llaum is duo early
to-morrow morning from Memphis. The
Baum goes to Cincinnati. See Passenger
Agent W. F. Lambdiu, his office is No. 54
Tito rapid ' Reuben Rynus," or the R. R.
Springer, as you please, will report here this
morning tor New Orleans. Capt. II. U.
lLtrt, master of ceremonies.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this even
ing for Cairo, Paducali and Shawnoetuwu.
Capt. John (Jriflith, in command, will re
port here tomorrow evening.
The fine Anchor liner City of New Or
leans leaves Si. Louis this evening for the
Crescent City, and is due here to monow
The new steamer City of Arkansas is
rapidly approaching completion, and in
about two more weeks will pay her respects
at the Cairo wharf. The Louisville papers
state that Capt. Keiser, who will command
her, regards his boat as a succcbs, and is
delighted with her.
The towboat Ironsides from St. Louis
passed up yesterday evening with several
model barges loaded with iron ore for Pitt. !
The City of Providence is due this even
ing from St. Louis. She goes from here to
The John A. Scudder from New Orleans
arrived here yesterday at 4 a. m., and left
for St Louis at 5 a. m
Yesterday was a pleasant day, but un
Thn Silverthorn is expected here to
morrow. She will receive some repairs
here before entering regularly into busi
ness. Capt. J. S. Cowden, the "anti jetties
man" who has so strongly opposed the
End's improvements at tho mouth of the
Mississippi, was a passenger on tho City of
Vicksburg Sunday evening. The Capt.
was on his way to tho future home at Green
Cove Springs, Florida.
Tho Misses Fowler, Cobb and Thombcr
ry were also passengers on tho Fowler
Capt. Wm Ilatnbleton, of Mound City,
came down Tuesday on a flying trip. He is
looking better than for years past.
Harry Kennedy is now in tho engine
room of tho A. H. Safford. Harry says it
is just as easy to bile water on a little boat
as a big one.
If you are bilious, tako Dr. Pieice's
"Pleasant Purgntivo Pellets," the original
'Little Liver P lis." Of all druggists.
Wm. McCahtney, 88 Lloyd Street, Rut
lalo, N. Y., fell and sprained his ankle.
His employer, II. Anderson, 04 Main Street,
procured some Thomas' Eclectric Oil, and
he says that a few applications enabled
him to go to work as usual. Paul O.
Josh Billings says: "Tharo aiu't no pi
innatral histry that haz been et more, and
tuot more oft than apple pi, and no medicin
kan cure indigestun and biliousuness haf
o wol as Spring Blossom. Price BO cents,
trial bottles 10 cents. Pul Q. Schuh,
What Tho Bqnaw Did
It is not merely poetry when an Indian
Is culled "the child of tho forest." In
certain traits hn tv.Nmb!cs n child. H
s"es only through his oyes, an a child
t'oes. Size and color attract both, and
tho brains of neither correct tho errors
of sight. A greedy child wo knew was
in the habit, when ho wished his plate
filled, of Having,
"lie po, hi ky" (Heap tip, high as the
The expression would have sounded
well in tho mouth of a Comanche In
dian sjieaking broken English,
An illustration of this trait in the In
dian, as well as of his trickery, was once
given to a friend, a settler in Minnesota,
when that wheat-producing State was
inhabited by Sioux, Winnebtigoos aud
lie was in the habit of trading with
them for wild cranberries and was, at
first, amused by their queer method of
bartering. Hulk for bulk they thought
the fair thing.
Tho articles they most coveted was
bread and llour, and they insisted that
the while man's pile of either should
equal in size their pile of cranberries. Jf
he oll'.-red them money, they regarded
the iiiimlierof pieces and not their value.
Four or live pennies would buy more
cranberries than a twenty-live cent piece.
The trader's wife was a skilled bread
maker, mid prided herself on her light
spongy bioad. One day, a squaw, with
ulioni she had been In the habit of t rad
i'ig. came in with a basket of eran berries,
widi-h she pioi)oe.l to exehango for
btead. The liotiMUvife brought out
several loaves, nnd she and tho squaw
Vi.cd" ther respective piles.
Seizing the bread and tuekinirit under
her blanket, the squaw emptied her cran
berries into a dish. They niado such a
small pile that tho white woman looked
into the basket. It was half full of leaves.
"You've cheated nie,"she said, indig
nantly, to the Indian woman.
With the placidity nf a Yankee who
knew that he had the best of a bargain,
the hi put w took up a loaf and holding it
as if testing its weight, said,
"Light, too much light." Then point
ing to t In; leaves she added, "Light, too."
That broke up the cranberry trade
with those females.
A Marvelous Cure
for all bodily ailments, arising from im
purity of blood, a torpid liver, irregularity
of the bowels, indigestion, constipation, or
disordered kidneys, is warranted in a tree
use of BurdockBlood Hitters. Pticofl.00.
Paul O. Schuh. Agent.
ItEI'OKT OK TUB CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, In the Slute ol Illinois, at the cloeo of
July lt. 1882,
I.ouiiinnd dlncouiit $ 337,fi.Vl Dr.
Overdraft 1,756 fll
U. S. bond to secure circula
tion 50,0110 00
uiner mockk, none, anu mon-
Ke 7li.Hl flj
Due Irom approved rcxerve
a-,"'iitB $U0.4'tS l!l
Hue from other Nutlonul bunk 11,011 oo
Due from Slate hank, and
hunker 31,473 49-lW,!155 S8
ice u i extant, lurnitiire nml llx-
turen M 2."i,:i'iK 71
tuirreni uxpeunea ami taxed
pal"..... 18 !'!)
i-hccKd and otnercali Item. ,:,,r, as
Hill of other Hunk i!0,a?; 00
Friii'tloniil paper currency,
nickel nud peuule ,')70 00
(iold IJfi.iiW IHI
Sllv.-r H.ltlli 8U Vi,3a-J HO
l.eirnl 'lender note l:,,uot 00 75,553 OS
Keil.Mlipil.lll HOIK li. K.
Treasurer, (5 percent, of cir
culation I i.A'iOOO
uue iroin v . N. Treasurer,
oilier than 3 pur cent, re
demption fund a,uiH O'l
Total . .
Capital Htock paid tu
$ im.nm on
National hank note outxtaud-
Individual dcponlts suhjuct to
check l(K),7lfl 0
DemaudeertllleHleiiol'depolt, 15,4 S M
Hue to other National liaukn, fSfi W
Duo to State hanks and
1,1 111 (XI
hankers :,iW!l 7ll 451,5til m
Totai $77,7(10 U3
Mine in iintioi cnuniyoi Alexander. .
I. Tho. W. Ilalluhiv, Cuhier of the shove named
bank, do oleinnly "wear that the above tatemetit
la true to the bel or my knowledge and belief.
Tito. V. IIai.i.idav. CHHhicr.
Siilncrlbed amlnworn to betorn me thl loth day
oi juiy, insi. ai j.iiowi.i'Y,
It II. ClINNINdlUM, )
11. II. Canuks. Director
U. L. lUu.iUAT, 1
QUA RTERL VJ K PORT
OP THE CONDITION
Alexander County Hank.
Caiiio, I ix., Monday, July 3rd, IKSj.
l.nniiK anil Dlsconiil fsa.007 ;M
Due from other huukt rt.VII" ss
Ciifh, ou hand io.77 H
Heal Ktatu uuil furniture 1:1.517 55
Cnpllal toek paid In
Nurpln and piollta
Due other bank
.. It.lvM tH
, 114,101 711
1 151.34S 8S
We. F. UroM. pre.ldeiit. and Henry Well
ca.hler, do .olemnly .wear that the ahovo .tatu
menl It tru to the n.'t of onr knowledge and be
lief. F. BROS, I'rwldent
U. WILLS, Caihler.
Suh.crlhed aufl (Wora to bnfnr me thl 8rd day
f Jaly.lSM. ALFKADOOMINUH.
Iw MolMf Publlo.
rJWECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Uiilro. Illinois.
71 OUIO LEVEE
A General Banking business
THOd. W. HALLIDAY,
JNTKKl'KISK SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
THOa. W. IIAI.I.IDAV,
jOTICK TO CONTHACTOHS.
(Ifllce of Cttv Cl.irk. Cuirn Ilia 1nlu!lr,l 1U
Sealed propiwalN will recelvol at thl olllce,
direeli'd to the Cl'y Clerk of tho city of Cairo, un
til Tiieeday evening July 101 h next, for keeping all
public driio well fu the city in ktood working or
der for the r..tmjiiliinr ni.rti.tti ..f 0,u fl..i u.,-.
.... . . , ,.a iir,m jv.i
(April :w.h, HH. AUo fur tlio fayiutf of nuwor
iHpoon I'MiiiiuttrRiHl aveiwo, hctwuiin Third nd
Fifth Hirt't'tkl. Utwl llltl tl'enn K(nilt an A
tr.-et. and on Twotity eecond Hlr.ot, between
Walnut and Pine ireut. Work to be done atln
faelury to he i-iminiue on atrei-t. A irood and
mifllri. nt hun.l for twice the amount of bill muKt
nceninpaiiv all liropuHlllon . The rlyht to reject
any and all li'd r-e.-rveil hy tlin citv.
u. .1 . I'ULKV, City Clerk.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TIIAINSUCN AS FOLLOWS.
Kxpre and Mail leave Cuiro, every day except
Sunday, at 10:25 a m. Arrlv. 4::l5p. m.
Accoinmnilntlon arrive ut li:05 p. ra. aud do
part at 1 -M p. m.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND HE TAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEU &.CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 Paiii Til
Commercial Avenue! VttllU, 111.
MILL AXD C0MMIH8I0N.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND IIAY
HiirliKst ('ah Price Paid for WLeat.
Commei'i'ial Avenue and Eighth Street,
OA I HO, I L LS.
F. ItltOSS, I'rtdent. I V. N KFF, Vice Prent
11. WKLI-S, C.hler. I T. J. Kerth, An'l catt
F. Bro Ca'ro I William Klute. .Cairo
1'eterNctr " William Wol?,...
V. M (leterloh " I H. O. Patter. .m.... "
K. A. Under " I II. Well
J. V. Cleru'uu, Caledonia.
A (1 E.N Kit A?. HANKING BUSINBN8 DONF
Exchange ld andhouuht. Interett paid In
the Saving Department. Collection, made and
all hu.lue.s promptly .(tended to.
JIIE A. H. S AFFORD.
Dallv packet between Cairo and Mound City Cap
tulu Au tin Oweu
Leave Cairo ,...: W A. M.
MoumlCiiy S:;m " "
I" lair ....11:)"
" Mou ml City 1:W P. M.
" Cairo , 4:30 "
" Mound Citr '. " "
On Buudave until furlher notice tb Hafford will
make two round trip betwoen Cairo tnd Mound
City, leaving Cairo at 9 a. m. and 1:) p. m and
leavluK Mtund iilty at U o'clock a, m . tad I p, .