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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1882.
Whilt other Baking Powdtn art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
W. V Lamuiiim, rlvar editor or 'ilic Hum.hi
and aleamhott pa.seiiiter aunt. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Jul) pnulliiK solicited. Olllcu
at Planters Uotul, No. M Ohio levee.
A full and complete line of Spring and Summer Clothing, Furnishiii" Goods, Hats,
Caps, Etc. As we have KNOCKED TUB BOTTOM 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 An Im
mense Stock of
Tall and "Winter Groods !!
Now is Your Chance as
At the following )iices in Summer Goods:
Sear Sucker suits at 3.50. Blue Linen
Alpacka Coat and Vest at
CHICAGO ONE TRICE CLOTHIXG HOUSE
Corner Eighth Street and Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLS.,
M. WERNER, Proprietor.
Mr.vor-N- B. Thistlewood
I'reiiriil"' T J Krlh.
t-,.rK urrip. J , Foley.
Ji(Uif.ulur--Wni. H. Gilbert.
Marhal-L. H. Meyer.
BOARD or iU)Il''.
fUx Wird-Wm. Mcllalo'.T. M. Klml-rough.
,..,utid Ward-Jesse Illiikle.C N. Iluite.
Thin! Ward H. K, KLttke. John Wootl.
K.,urV vfMd--'lirl O. P.tler, Adoiph tfwo.
'"'Iftl, Wtrd-T W. Unilldav. Brnsst B. Pettlt.
Circuit Clerk-A. 'r.vl"-c,i,miy.ludce-U.
County rleik-S. J; ""'"',,.
County Treasurer-Mile W . 1 urii-r.
Coroner-R. KUr-gcrald ii,mdaY J. A
County Cominlrsioners-T. W. Ualltil),
(illilm Kin! l'eter ftiii). ,
--iAIRO BUTIST. -Corner Toutb and I'"!1''
C.recV; preaching lirt aud tliird Sunday
flCTUu,Uy.T::Wp. nv; Sunday
'llirHOIl Of Til B REDEEM KK-Bplcopal)
C KonrUnth street; Sunday
KuVhartsl: :: in., Hiiml -hni1 ; 1 M a.m.,
JrllCVrilyer.; swp. m., Evening K.
1'. Davenport, S 1 Hector.
1HK8T .MISSIONARY HAITI ST cnOKCIl.-.
V 'reaching at 10:30 a. n... 8 p. m J : PvJ?'
abbalh school it 7-.SU p. m Rev. T. J. Shores,
f UTHRHAN Thirteenth itrtotj jtcrvlusi Bab
1J batbl:S0 i. m. i Sunday schoolilp.m. Key.
K. nappe, pastor.
MKTIIODIHT-Cor. Eight)' and Walnut streets,
Preaching Sabbath 1I;00. m. and 7:HO p.m.
Monday School at 4:oo p. in. Key. J. A. hcarrell,
11RICHHYTKRI AN Eighth street; preachttif on
Sabbath at 11:00 i. 7:Wp. m. i pryi
mm, g Wednesday at 7:3'fp.m.; Sunday Hcheol
it 3 p. m. Kuv B. V. Uoorii), pastor.
OT. JOHEl'll'H-iKouian Catholic) ''"'"
O and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10 .HO a.
m. , Sunday School at p. m. i Vwf r S p. m. . ser
ncci every day at t) a. in. Kov. O Kara, 1 riosi.
ST. PATRICK'S-! Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
struct and Wahln(ton avenue; iurvlco sab
oath 8 and 10 a. m. s Vespers 3 p. m.! Sunday School
t p. m. services overy day at 8 a. m. Hov. Maawritoii
K. K. I'lilE CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTKALK. R.
TiiaiNi 1)KPht. Tiiam Aimivi.
Mali V1S a.m tMall a.m
tAceom'datiou.llMOa.m 'Kioren 11:10 a.m
1ExroK 4:-tl P. I ,Aecomdatlou..4:oa p.m
MISS CBNTHAL K. It.
Mull 4:811 a.m I tMall 5:rp.Bi
,KiproM Ulil&am tltxpremi U:aoa.m
NT. L, H. U. (Narrow Oauao )
BxproM 10:31) a.m I xpr.. ...... J::W p.m
Accom'dalloii. I :'J0 p.m I Aceow'datoln ia:us p.m
ST.!.., I.M. AH. K. n rn
rBxprum U::M)p:m I tBxprem'....,.... S:w p m
TAccom aation. ;)p.m tAcrom'ditloii II :4ft a.m
WABASH, B P. LOUM PAtHFIO R'V CO.
MhII A Kx .... 4:4Sa.m Mall A Kx.... B:ap.m
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE A Oil IO It. ft.
Mall..... A:0S a. m. I Mall fl:tt0 p. m.
xproM....,.,.(J;01 m. Kxpraii ..M..:Wp. u.
We are offering GREAT
5.00. Serge Coat
m AT COST
XKW A D VEKTISKM FA'TS.
Walnut St , near 12th.
SUMMERTFRM, from .July 5, 12 wwks
FALL TEliM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TUITION Hon T K KM
Common School, Academic and Commercial
IIF.NKY FliOY I), Toiichor.
QEOKGE II. LEACU, M. D.
I'hvioian and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
mi ni of aurKlcal diaeaei, aud diaeaaes of womou
Olllcc: On lltli Btret, oppoelto the PoU O.llce,
FJH. W. C JOCFLYN,
OKHIOB Rlifhtb Htrnot. near Come. rc.lal Avenne
jyt. E. W. WUITLOCK,
orrioi No. ISA Commercial Avenue, bitweon
ttk'hUi and Ninth StroeU
rROPHIETOU OP BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholeeulo Dealer in Le
WK J1V THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WKLI
rOKKD FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads ttSpocialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
BARGAINS in Our line.
suits at $3.50
and Vest at 6.
TIIK KEOULAR CAIRO AND PADCCAH
1 imi.v pa rif irn
IIENltV B. TAYLOR Muster
UEO. JOBES Clerk
Liuvct l'aducah for Cairo daily (Sundays except
ed) ut a.m. aud Mound City Ht 1 p m. R.jtiirn
IllU, L.avea Cairo all p. m. Mound . City at Dp. ni
(JA1RO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE Mffl STATES.
On end after Monday, Jane 7tb, aud nntll lurthei
notice ineicn y boat will make trip as follows:
'.a at st mavis Mavis
Foot Fourth at. Missouri Laiid'g. Kentucky Ld g.
" ' ' . . ,
8:00 a.m. 8:80 a. m. 9 a.m.
10:00a.m. l():.10a. m. 11 a. m,
9:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 8 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:80 p.m. 6;00p. ra.
3 p. m. 3:S0 p.m. S p.m
O O A Ju
13 Stoves D
N . . . N
S Tinware. . 8
ST AO Ki OK TUB RIVKU.
The river marked by the gauge Im even
ing tat 4 o'clock at this port 37 feet 4
inch and fulling.
Pittsburg, July 12 -C p. m. River 4 feet
1 inch ami falling.
Cincinnati, July 12-0 p. m. River 19
feet and falling.
knuavilli;, July 12 C p. ru. River 9
feet and stationary.
NhhIiv'iIIc, July 13- 0 p. m. River C (Vet
8 inches and fulling.
tt. Loiiin, July 12-0 p. rn. River 23 feet
2 inches uud failing.
The dandy bout of the Cincinnati and
Memphis Packet coin puny will land heie
early this morning on her way to the Paris
of America (it'B tho Andy Bmm), and
C'apt. II. J. Vinton la in command. Patten
gtrs, single or in groups, will be gratefully
received and kindly treated on tho liuuin.
The City of Now Orleans from St. Louis
is duo here this evening. She will prob
ably remain here until to -morrow evening
takiug freight for the south.
The John B. Maude is the regular Mem
phis packet this evening from 8t. Louis.
' The Will Kyle arrived lust evening at 4
u'cl-)ck. t?he bad 300 tons of freight and
70 fcabin passengers. Left for Cincinnati
4:15 p.m. Run from Memphis to Cairo
The Buckeye Slate from St. Louis ar
rived last evening at 2:40. She bad a mod
erate trip and left for Pittsburg at 3 p. ru.
The City of Providence from St. Louis
reported here laft evening at 3 o'clock. She
had an excellent trip and left for Vicksburg
at 7 p. m.
To-day the great Republican ''coneensh"
takes place. Whether it's Thomas oi Dain
ron, damn if we can tell. It ain't our
Capt. Bill Harmon, one ot the oldest
steamboat captains of the Cumberland, is
in town and claims to bo one of the dele
gates in the congressional nomination to
day. But he can't play that gamo. "We
know them by their backs."
The Gus Fowler had the largest trip of
the season yesterday. Fifty hogsheads of
tobacco, 7(0 sacks of wheat, 700 bundles
of staves aud 50 cabin passengers. About
twenty-five or thirty delegates came down
ou her. She left on her return trip at 7
To-day the ''bill of faro" is haru or no
TheSte. Genevieve left here (or Mem
phis yesterday morning at 0 o'clock. She
had a good trip.
The Cons Millar from Cincinnati arrived
here at 10:30 Tuesday night. She had a
very good, trip of freight, and passengeis
also. Hhe left ior Memphis at 11 :30 p. ui.
The fine steamer Hudson from St. LouiB
is clue this evening for Paducah aud Shaw
ueetown. Captain John GrilKth is in com
mand. Cincinnati papers say the Chas. Morgan,
alter receiving some repairs there, will go
to Cairn to lay up I'uring the dull season.
Each day Increases tho terror of the
Scioto disaster. The number of lives lost
will amount to over one hundred smiIs.
Tho committee of investigation condemn
the officers of both boats, or at least the
pilots, with outrageous neglect of duty.
The Paducah boys are con in j down next
Sunday to play a match game of base ball
with the Olympics of this city. There will
bo some fun, sure.
The City of Helena from Memphis aii
rived yesterday morning at 4 o'clock and
djparted at 5 o'clock for St. Louis.
Le.u Hill went to Hickman, per steamer
Cons Millar, Tuesday night. Lem is com
ing out on the Silvertborn, w hich is booked
for here to day.
Yesterday was a bright, pleasant day.
The A. B. Sufibrd is still plowing tho
mighty Ohio from Cairo to Mound City,
and is doiug a good busiuess.
Tho Jos. W. Gall' will bo thu next packet
from Cincinnati for Memphis, and will re
port hero Saturday evotiiuL', 15th lust.
Tho Gus Fowlur again this evening will
report from Paducah and return at 5 p. in,
for the same city.
Don't forget tho Andy Bium this morn
ing if you aro going up the Ohio. Buy
you tickets of W. P. Lambdin, agent, office
54 Ohio Icyoo. Tho Baum is tho largest
boat in tho lino which she represents. Cin
cinnati is Imr destination.
Tho City of Greeuvillo from Vicksburg
arrived yesterday morning at 1 1 o'clock.
Eho had a very light trip, but received 200
tons of pig iron for St. Louis and left for
that city at 8 p. m.
The Springer from Cincinnati arrived
here ycetorday at 11 a. m. with good trip.
She added considerable freight here and
departed for New Orleans this morning.
Harry Sullivan, formerly a clerk on one
of t'lo Cumberland river packets is now an
assistant clerk on tho Greeuvillo.
Some would bo Byrons look on with dis
gust At the rhymes of Eclectric Oil "poet;"
But we have the best article known to the
Aud intend that all persons shall know it.
It cures coughs, colds, asthma and catarrh,
Bronchitis ami complaints of that kind ;
It does not cost much, though rheumatics
Tis best Oil in tho world you can find.
Paul O. Schuh, Agent.
.Josh Billing says: "Tharo ain't no pi
in mitral histry that baa been et more, and
thot uion ol't than apple pi, and no medicin
kan cure imligeatun and biliouseness haf
so wel as Spring Blossom. Price 50 cents,
Irinl bottles 10 cents. Paul G. Schiiii,
fJlIIKCITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
II OHIO LRVEK
A General Banking business
M HOS. W. ItAI.LIIA'.
jNTKIU'KlSK HAVING LANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS BANK.
JO'lICE TO CONTKACTOKS.
Office of City Cle.k. Cairo, Ills., July 3rd. mi.
Sealed proposal will bu receive. I at this ollloo,
directed to the City Clerk of the city ofCalro, un
til Tuerilny evening July loth next, for keeping all
public drlro well in the city in eood working or
der for the remaiiili'e portion of the tlccal year
(April i b, IHSIi. A I 'O for the laving of sower
pipe on Commercial avenue, between Third and
Kilth strcctB, aud between Nlneth and Tenth
snveu. and on Twuiity-aeeond street, hetwueu
Vt a'.iuit and Pine streets. Work to be done satis
fueturyto he committee nn streets. A E'wd and
kuIHi'.I nt lend for twice the amount of bill must
accompany all uroposlt'.on. The right to reject
any aud all bids rscrved by the city.
D.J. HOLEY, City Clork.
REPORT OH TUB CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, In the State ol Illinois, at the close of
July lt, 1882,
Loans and discounts $ 337,arA 05
Overdraft 1.75ft III
11. 8. bonds to secure circula
tion 50.000 00
Other stocks, bonds and niort-
KK 70,111 28
Due from approved reserve
au'ents 110,',8 11)
Due from other National banks 15.041 tiO
Due from hlate banks and
lmukers 31,475 40-15B,9:5 48
Real estate, furniture and flx;
tun: sri.a'.W 74
Current expenses aud taxes
pin a 18 tin
Checks and other rash Items. . 3,r,ft W
Bills of other bunks liO.lMI UO
fractional paper currency,
uickelsand pennies 370
(iolil S'Jfi.HW 00
Silv. r !i,ii.l 80
I.eitnl Tender note 15,000
Kedetiiptlnu fnml with V. 8.
Treasurer, (5 percent, of cir
culation) Due fro.il II. H. Treasurer,
oilier than A per cent, re
00- 75,553 W
S, 250 mi
Capital tHc paid m j Kii.nnn oo
Suriilii Kuml li'i.ooo mi
Undivided I'rollls 5,1140 ir?
National bank notes outstand
ing 45,000 00
Dividends unpaid i,U;i on
Individual deposits subject to
check $100,7111 0t)
Deinttudk'crtlflciite of deposit, J4 H tl
Due to other National hanks, 1,4)7 40
Due to rftutu banks and
bunkers 3:),(M) 7tt 451,501 lit)
Total $747,700 M
Blnteof Illinois, county of Alexander, s.
I, Thus. A'. Ilulllday, Cashier of the above named
Imnk, do solemnly swear that the above statement
Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Tuos. W, IUi.i.iiiay, Cashier.
Hubscrlbed und sworn to heloro mu this loth day
of July, 1884. M J.IIowlkv,
R. H. CUNNINUIIAM, )
II. II. Canuki.
U. L. Uau.iiiat.
01' THE CONDITION
Alexander County liank.
Caiiio, III., Monday, Jul 3rd, 1884.
Loans aud Discounts $83,Oi7 4.')
Due from othur banks 35,118 HH
Cash, on hand 40,077 44
Real Estate aud furniture 1:1,5-17 55
Cnpllal stork paid la $45,500 00
Hurplusaudp.ollla 11,054 48
Deposits 114,101 711
Due other banks V) HI
We. F. llross, president, and Henry Wsllt
cashier, do solemnly swear that the shove state
ment If true to the belt of our knowledge and be
lief, r. BKOHS, I'resldeul
B. WELLS, Cashier.
Subscribed and iwora to beforu me this Srd day
ofJaly.lSsa. ALTRBD COMINGS,
has been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness Is the fact of
it: liuring received thf hithost testimoni.
as from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frtX '
its introduction to the present time. No
other powdars show so gonj rditilts by tho
true test the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACIO BAKIN3 POWDER
STEELE Sz PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and Et. Louis, Ho.,
snufhMar.r of t.aptlL n.H.. Dr. Prlrf'a 8petfcl
iMorlns Mlrau., sail Dr. I'rlo'. lnlHu. r.rftuaM.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO It. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Express and Mull leave Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 10:35 a m. Arrlv.s 4::)5p. ra.
Accommodation arrives at 14:05 p. in. aud do
parts at 1:40 p. m.
o 0 iS
n w la m
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN Til Ft: CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI Kit CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street I f'oil'fl Til
I onimurcial Avi n.te i villi U, 111
MILL AND I'OMMIHNWN.
1(AI.R , IN
FLOUR. OK A IN 4NI) HAY
Hichi'sl CiviiL Price Faid for Wheat.
ALEXANDER COUN TY
Coiniiircial Avenue find Ki),'hth StrooQ
V. BROSH, resident. I P. NEKP, VlcoPres'nt
U. WKLuS, Cashier. T. J. Kerth, Ass't Csa
K. Broits - Cairo I M'llllnm Kinto. .Cairo
I'eierNetl' ' Wlllinra Wolf,... "
CM Osterloh.-. " I O. O. 1'atlnr "
E. A. Ruder " I II. Wells
J. Y. Cluiusou, Caledoula.
A GENERA'. UANKINO BUSINESS DONE,
Exchnngu sold and bought. Interutt paid In
the Navluir Department. Colleciiou made auj
all business promptly attended to.
5)11 K A. B. S AFFORD.
Daltvp'tcket between Cairo and Mound C'tJ Cap
tnlu An -tin liven
Lea've Cairn , A. M.
" Mound City 8:.J " "
I" Cairn IIihd" "
" . Motia.l City P. M.
" Cairo 4:30 ' "
" MouudCitv I " M
Oa Sundays until furlUar notice lh fr.Ubrd will
make two round trip between Cairo - tod Mound
City, leaving Cairo at a. m. aad 1:10 p. tod
lvavlng Maantl CUj 14, U o'clock i,n,Ma. n.