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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 18. 1882.
M II. TbislWorwi,
Trua.umr-T J. Knh.
Clttik lt-1ilil' J. Ktilny.
ViiutmoiorWm. H. UiHrl.
Marshal-!.. H. M y.:r,
BIMHU Of AMXHMIN.
Hrsi VVrt-Wiii. McHalo. T..M . Klmbrou.n.
Second Ward-Jre limine, (J. N. Uues.
Third Ward-B. I', Make, John Vi owl.
ru,?u Ward-Charles O. Patter, Adoiph 8wo-
'Tmh Ward-T. W. Halllday, Brnnst B, Pattlt.
Circuit .ludno 1. .1 . linker.
Circuit l.'lirk-A. H. Irvin.
County Judge K. rt Yocum.
County Cbrk S. J. Il'iinm.
County Attorney-J. M. l'n,r,""
County Treasurer-Miles W. l-rkcr.
Sheila Johu llodtft'i.
Coroner-K. KIH!Krald , A
County CoramiH.ronr-T. W. Hallldsy. J. A.
Ulbhs and I'eter Saup.
Tnth and I'oolar
ntuT; preachln. ur.ta.d third Sundays In
ui.uin. 11 a in. " r
pIU'HCH OF THE KU"K"BBUXly
L Kourlmmth alrwt;Hnnday 7 :t a m;. Holy
I w . ' ------ -
. i U'lMt n m . e. veiling i r-jvi.
. . . .
j' liavenpor' . T. B. Hector.
rntsi missionary uaptiht chukoh-
.abb' I. ai.houl at 7:30 P- m T- J. Hhorcs.
I i"i II KKAN-Thini:utb ttrtrt; srvW,ei Hab
Im. h 1 ;:'." ni.; Sunday scuoolip. m. Her.
Kutippe, pa.J jr.
MKTlIOllKT-Cor. Eli-ntt- ul Walnol -l
.Whine Sabbath :." rgJ
t-onday f.r.bn.! at . p. to. Key. J. A. bcarrell.
IJUKSHYTKHI AN Eighth street;
IVabtm.h al 11:0.) a . m. and 7: P; Pr
o.wtini! Weiine-dar at 7:30 p.m.-. Holiday 8cbo)
al 3ii.ni. Kev B. V. Oeor.e, puUit.
(T. JosKl'u S -.Roman Catholic) Corner Croaa
O and Walnut streets; services Sabbath "
. ; Sunday School at p. m. ; VP P- m. . eer
ncs every day at a. m. KeT. O Ur. 1 rteai.
C T. I'A rKK'K'B -fHwraan Catbollc) or"'N'nj
h a-rect and Wanhlngton avena.; w1!,.
oath H and 10 a. m. ; Ve.pera p. m.; ajdJ
t p. m. ...rvlrea ery day at 8 a m. Kev. Mtt'riwii
II. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
TKAIN8 DEP-IIT. w TRAHi HHtV
Mail 3-15 a m I tMull .: a.ra
crm'dati'n.ll:!'l.m 'Kiuruin ll:'"1"
ttxproi-a 4:' I'm I Acciimdattuit..4:iJ5 p m
MISS CBNTHAI. K. K. .
tM) 4: a m I Mall 5:(ip m
tEiprrt 1U:1V m I tEipreM ll:.ia m
ST. L. A K. K (Narrow (Jau?e )
KxprcM Mi'Si.in I 'Kipr"" 4:Wp.m
Accum'dalluD. 1 p.m I Ac-oni'datoln ViM p.m
HT. I... I. M . K n
tEipn-i-p ll:i.ra I tEiprt-M........ !:p.
UKcam oauon. ;.p.nt 1 1 Actum datlon 11:45 a.m
W A HASH, !T. UH IS PACIFIC K'Y CO.
Mill AK.... 4 4'.vm.tl Ex.... :'JJP m
Ltaily except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE iOHIO II R:
Mall ':5a. m. I Mail :.Vip. in.
EipreM :' a. m. Exprem ...-..:!) p. in.
gT. LOUIS & CAIK0It.lt.
TRAINS Kl'N AS FOLLOWS.
Kxpreri anrl M!l leaven Cairo, every (Uy except
Bum av. at lira a m. .rn. .m v
AccommiMlatlon arrive, lit MM p.
part at 1 :J0 p. m.
m. and de
gELECT SCHOOL .
Walnut St. near I2th.
Sl'MMEKTRKir, from July 5, 12 wet-ka
FALL TERM, from Oct; 2, 12 weeks
Tl'lTION KUU TKKM
Cointnnn School. Acailumie und t'ommerclitl
II ION HV FIjOY U, Tcueber.
QEOKGE U. LEACH, M. D.
I'hv'tsician and Surgeon.
Special Htteiitlnn paid to the Homeopathic treat
mint of iurKical dlaeaeei, aud dieeaeea of women
and children. n ...,
oillce: On lllh atreet, opposite tho Po.t OIHce,
Jlt. W. C. JOCELVN,
I) K NTIST.
OVFICR Kiehth Street, near Ciimr errlal Aventlu
JU E W. WIIITLOCK,
Orrtoa No. 13d Commercial Avoniio, b-itweeu
Eubth and Ninth Streets
PHOriHETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE UY TEIE CAR LOAD OR TON,WELI
L'.CKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street andLeyee,
KEOL'LAH CAIKO AND
1IENKY K. TAYLOK Mmter
OEO. JOBES Clerk
Liuve. Paducah for Cairo dally (Sunday, except
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at I p m. Iteturu
lilK, L' avea Cairo al4 p. m. Mound. City at bp. in.
(JAIUO CITY FERRY CO.
mREE -VV STATES.
On tnd after Monday, Jane 7th, and nntll further
notice the fenyboat will make trip, aa follown:
rool Fonrth at.
8:00 a. m.
10:no a. m.
8:00 p. m.
4:00 p. m.
2 p. m.
M'.B.oarl Land g.
' 8:S0 a. m.
2:30 p. m.
Kectnrky Ld .
9 a. m.
II a. m.
S p. m.
TUB A. B. SAFF0KD.
Dally packet bctweuu Cairo and Moon d C'tv Cap
tain Au -tin Owen
Leans Cairo ... :S0 A. M.
' Mound Clly 8:J '
I" Cairo - ,....U::yi" "
" Mound City 1:H0 P. X .
" Cairo .4;:i0 ' "
" Mound City ..6 " "
On Hiindav. until further notice tht Satford will
make two rtiiind trlpa between Cairo iid Mound
t'y, leaving Cairo at fl a. n. and 1:30 P. ni and
leaving Mound City at 11 o'clock a, m. and 8 p. ni
KEl'OHT OK THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL HANK
at Cairo, lu the Slalo ot Illinois, at the clone of
July lat, 1882.
oaiik and discount!!
f S37.GV. !"5
U. S. bonils to aecuro cirtum-
Other itockc, bonds and niorl-
Due from approved reserve
airenta... 1110.418 19
Due from other National banks bit
Due from Mate banka und
banker 31.175 4'-15ti '135 !!S
Id . I celate, luruttiiru uuu ox-
Current cipcnies anil taxes
beck" and other chhU items. . S,!75
Hill, of other liankn iOX'J UO
Fractional paper currency,
nii kclsand pcuules 376 00
Cold $, mi
Silver ,3 80'W.3'ja HO
l.ci-nl Tender notes 15,0U UO Tj.Wl OS
ltfdeiiiplloii fund wilb U. S.
Treasurer, (5 per cent, of cir
culation) i.-lM 00
Due from U. H. Treasurer.
other than 5 per cent, ru
anlial stock paid in loo.ono on
Suriilus Fund lA.imii on
Vnillvlded l'niflls &,04!l U7
Nntioiiallmnk notes outstnud-
luis 45,000 00
Dividends unpaid 1,1111 00
Individual deposits stilijuct to
check sioo.i iu no
Demaudleertlflcati's of deposit, 15,4: in
Due to other National banks, ,'J:J7 )
Due to Stnto batiks and
bunkors 3.VW) 70 451 .WU HO
Totai, i7,700 K
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
l. Thus. w. iiuniiiiiv. cashier or the anovi! tianien
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statemuul
is trite to tlie. best or my Knowledge, ana neiiet,
Tims. w. HAtxtlur, cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this loth day
of July, ism. x j.uowf.rr,
CoiiitecT Attest !
It. 11. Cl'NNINUUAM, )
II. II, Canurr. VDirectors
II. L. Halm dat. 1
OK THE CONDITION
Alexariiler County Bank.
Caiiio, III., Monday, July 3rd, 18X
Loans aud DlscotinUi $8j,007 3.1
Duo from other bank 35.111 NH
Cnsh, on hand...... 0,HT7 ii
Koaltstato aud furniture. 13,6-17 6i
Cupltal sUick paid la $S5.Sno no
nnrpius ana prollls il,noin
Deposit 114,101 TO
Duu other banks hi
W. F. Ilross, prosldunt. and Honry Wolls
ruuier, qo soioninly swear mat tne anovo siatu
tnent 1 tru to tho boat of our knowlodgu and bo.
"oi. -, V. BKOHS, l'jeilduul
Siihcrll)d and iworn to belVtfe mo thin 3rd day
vi uaiy, ioex. ALTKil' C(JJU?UB,
. Koiary Public.
W. F Laniidim, rivsr editor or I'ns IIui.i.tiw
and steamboat pa'Muer aifunt. Ordur. for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Oillce,
lit Planters Hotel, No, M Ohio luvuti,
MTAUEH OK Til IC KIVEll.
Tho rivor nmrked by tliu gautjo hs even
ing at 4 o'clock it this port d'.l foot and
Pittsburg, July 170 p. m. Iiivor 3 feet
10 i lichen ninl filling.
Cincinnati, July 170 p. m. River 18
feet 7 inchiiH mi l falling.
LouUvillc, July 170 p. m. River 9
feet and falling.
Nsflhvillo, July 17-0 p.m. River 10 feet
1 inches ami falling.
St. Louis, July 170 p. m. River 24 feet
11 inches am falling.
Weather warm ami clear yesterJay. Ifcis
The Jan. W. Gaff from Cincinnati arrived
here Sunday morning at 0 o'clock. She
had a moderate freight trip and lair passen
ger rcgihtur. Sho left lor.Memphia at 7
The City of Greenville frem St. Louis
arrived Sunday at 4 p. in. Sim had a good
trip for Vicksburg and departed at 8 p. m.
The B. 8. Rhea has laid up at Nashville.
The new light draught steamer J. II. Hill
man takes her place and will run regularly
during the low water season from Nashville
to Cairo. Sho will report here next Sunday
(.'apt. G. W. Thompson, of tlie Vint
Shinkle, is on his wuy from Cincinnati to
Memphis, and will land here to-day. Ship
pers and passengers can rind no better men
to do business with than the officers of the
Shinkle. And V. F. Lambdin, passenger
agciit,will supply tickets as low as any other
man. Office, 51 Ohio levee.
The John R. Maude from Memphis ar
rived at 1 p. m. yesterday aud departed for
St. Louis at 2 p. m.
Tho Fannie Tatum left St. Louis last
evening for Cairo and Paducah. She is due
here to-night. She went into St. Louis with
a big trip of freight and quite a good lot of
passengers. We are pleased to state that
tho Tatum is making money. Capt. Con
way is deserving the patronage of shini18
and travelers, aud ho has worked hard to
build up a good trade.
The Golden Rule left New Orleans last
Saturday evening for Cincinnati. She will
report here about Thursday or Friday.
Mr. Jim Thompson, one of the proprie
tors of the Daily News at Paducah, and '
one of the best and largest dailies in the
state out ot Louisville, came down Sunday
on tho Gatf, with Mr. J. M. Browne, steam
boat and railroad agent, also river editor of
the News. These gentlemen were the ad
vance guards of the towl oat Little Mary,
which brought the base ball club "Marines"
from Paducah, who played a match cranio
here Sunday afternoon with the "Com
iques" of this city, in which tho "Marines"
were easily the victors by a large majority.
Messrs. Thompson and Drowne we came
near calling them Col. Thompson and
Capt. Browne, but wo think bow few are
the privates in Paducah wo thought wo
would Fpare tho officers, this time. Tho
newspapers up there have captained and
coloneled aud majored until there is not a
poor private left to tell the story, except tho
writer, and he is not there. Tho Little
Mary arrived hero at 1 :30 p. in., and, after
eating dinner, repaired to tho ball grounds
of tho "Coniitpics." where the game was
called at U:20 p. in. After a rather unin
teresting contest the Paducah club was de
clared the winners by a scoro of 34 to 14.
large majority of the party who came
down on tho Little Mary took" passage on
the Cons Millar at ) p. in. Among the
visitors we noticed Mr. Win. Johnson,
Jimmy Lang, Frank Settlo, John Dean and
many others ton numerous to mention
Space forbids any more remarks on the
subject, and hero wo closo.
Tho Cons Millar from Memphis arrived
here Suuday night at 1) o'clock. She had
COO bales of cotton, 1)0,000 feet of lumber
and 20 cabin passengers. We claim the
red ribbon passenger trip of the season for
the Millar, and can say, without tho foar of
contradiction, that the Cons Millar receive'
moro passengers hero on Sunday night for
points on tho Ohio to Cincinnati than any
boat has received in years, and the writer
claims tho credit, as ho ticketed 45 people
all cabin passengers, 23 for Paducah and 22
for other points above, mostly for Louis
villo and Cincinnati. "We claim the
Tlie ''Marino" base ball club, of Padu
cab, and many visitors who accompanied
them, made Charley Rower's European bote
headquarters during their short stay Sun
day evening. Charley bad all ho could do
duiing tho evening, which iucrensed his
Tho John A. Scuddor from St. Louis re
eclvod considerable freight hero yesterday
aud departod for New Orleans last night.
Tho new steamer J. II. Hillman left
Evansville Sunday evening for Cairo. Capt.
Jim Gallighor will command the Hillman.
Tho Josie Harry left Memphis Sunday
evening. She will go on the ways for re
The U. P. Hchenck for New Orleans will
report hero to-morrow. Sho left Louisville
Sunday evening at 2 o'clock.
Tlio elegant steamer City of Cairo from
Vicksburg passed up last night for St
Louis with a large trip of freight aud largo
The steamer Hullo Memphis leaves St.
Louis this evening for Vicksburg. Sho will
report hero to morrow evening.
The City of Baton Rouge leaves St. L mis
to-morrow evening for New Orleans.
Tho Ste. Genevicvo from St. Louis passed
down to Memphis early this morning.
The Gus Fowler had a good trip duwn
from Paducah yesterday, and the black
berry brigado which she brings from Mound
City daily, is on the increaso. She will re
port hero again to-day at 2 p. m. and de
part at 5 p. m.
Capt. W. J. Turner, of the steamer Sil
verthorn, passed through Cairo yesterday,
for St, Louis, by rail.
Monday Evemno, July 17, 1832.
The weather is warm aud clear.
Iiusiness continues quiet with light move
ment of grain and produce.
FLOUR The market is quiet and easy.
Stocksof choice and fancy light and in good
demand; lower grades not wanted.
HAY Receipts are light aud demand
only moderate. Prices continue about the
CORN Receipts for tho past few days
have been more liberal, with fair demand.
OATS Prices remain about the same,
with little moving.
MEAL We note a little adfance on for
mer quotations. Demand fair.
BRAN Stocks are plenty for the de
mand. BUTTER Choice in good demand.
Lower grades slow.
EGGS Fre3h receipts are in good de
mand. CHICKENS Are scarce and in good
FRUITS Very little mining in except
in COuutry vraguus.
Sales and Ciuotation.
NOTE. Tile prices here Rivon are for sales from
first hands In round lots. Au advance Is
charged for broken lots in Oillneonlers.
i) Various erades 4 5'l2.6
'i i bhls imwclioku ti m)
100 bins choice li
tjO bli.e pattnt ... 7 oo
cars choice timothy.,
2 cars prime
1 car choice
cars choice mixed, in hulk on track 81
15 cars choice white in bulk '0
curs rejected wnite sj
cars choice In bulk on track
car mixed in bulk
No. 4 lted, per bit ...
No. 2 Mediluraucan.
500 bbls City In lots....
.4 40(5 4 &!
rini bills City
I'D bblsCity on o.ders.
i car in sacks .
Sun pounds strictly chotCD Northern.
OHO pounds Southern Illinois
4no pounds choice northern packed
SMt pounds .Northern.. ......
21 0 dozen.
500 doiscn ,.
llvo choice 9 um.ll 00
8 coops mixed 8 (X)
it) coop choice nuns 3 Ttitti 5"
4 coop choice young 'i u)j- 50
5)casea plums 1 T.V&i 00
Choice now , 3 Ml
I'cr bushel 0 &l 00
Now potatoes per bbl....
" " bush ,
IV r barrel ? 50$s 00
Tub washed ., 34ft:t'
Plain li an none
S. O. Hams IB
Clear sid , , 15
Bt. Johua ! m
ObloKlvw , ".." i W
'" BACKS. '
a 14 bushel burlap
OraiiK", choice per hoc M 4;iVYI ISO
Leutoua choice per box 3 7ijjt 50
Peaches, halvosund 0, darters
Choice, Factory 113,11
Calf, Oreo n , in
Dry Fllut choice lrxftU
Dry Salt...- . fl(ib
Sheep felts, dry Iu.47
onecp fills, ifreen 50tfll 00
Common Lui;s ;5tj,n aj
Uood Iuks 3 5m2t 4 00
rfow Leaf. 4 7f 5 00
Medium Leaf 5 sou a ;o
uof-tuear a so or
KATES OF FUKKHIT.
Men phis 10
v Or.'eans, 15
Helena, Ark 17
The Reginning of Sickness.
Never trifle with what are called small
ailments. If you feel inert, with a bitter
or bad taste in the mouth, loss of appetite,
bowels costive, resort at once to Simmons
Liver Regulator. For the miseries of dys
pepsia -and they include almost every un
pleasant feeling that belongs to physical
disease and mental wretchedness this po
tent medicine, Simmons Liver Regulator, is
a certain and speedy cure.
A Mute Evidence of Renucranut
is a uow of well polished teeth. People of
vulgar iuBtincts are very apt to neglect
theirs. Cleanliness demands careful atten
tion to the teeth, and experience indicates
Sozodont as the safest ami surest means ot
retrieving thoir losses of beauty and vigor.
it removes impurities upon and between
them; imparts to soft or shrivelled gums
the hardness ami rosiness of coral; makes
the breath fragrant and lends to feminine
lips au additional charm.
A Pleasant Experiment with Salt.
Do you want to grow salt und at thn
same time have an interesting, luind
suiiie ornament? The pi-urecding is a
novel chemical experiment that nitty bo
tiiod by any one, says tlio Troy Time.
Put in a goblet one loblespooiiful of salt
and one spoonful of bluing; fill the gob
let two-thirds full of water and set it in
position whore it will have ilcntv of
win nun uuu M.iiiigiii. 111 a little wlnlo
epru kling crystals will commence form
ing on the outside of tho glass, nnd it is
both a novel and interesting shrht to
watch it gradually growing day by day
until tho outside) of our goblet will bo
entirely covered over with beautiful
white iTVNbils. Another variation of
this In autiftil experiment would bo to
take :i mib'ot with tho base brokmi off
ami la.-u n ii in the center of n (hin
piece of board, which nitty be round,
("iiare or oblong. After the crystals
have formed on tho glass, set it on n
tiny wall-bracket and plnee a bright
holiday or birthday card in front of it;
this will hide tho ' 6:isp, on which no
crystals will form. Ail it this is dotio
till the goblet with dowers or dried
grasses, and you will have avtise which
will cost comptifhtively little and in
reality adds to the bric-a-brac of a room.
Wo wonder how many of the young
readers of tho Times can tell us iiow It,
is the crystals of salt form on tho out
side of the goblet?
A Fifteen Gout Expression, and a Fifty
It was on Lookoiil .Mountain, at Chat
tanooga, a New Yorker stood on Pilot
Knob and looked down into tho valley,
"That's ton cents extra," replied tho
guide, as he extended his band.
"What a charming prospect!" con
tinued the visitor.
"That's a fifteen cent expression pay
at the gate ns you go out. '
"Hero has n'attiro mingled the grand
with tho beautiful the sublime with the
lovely -the majesty of the mountain
with'tho loveliness of tho valley!"
"Colonel; that's one of our regular
fifty cent ovations. It will be charged
in with your hotel bill."
"Villain! how dare you!" said the
New Yorker, as he seized him and
backed him to tho edge of tho cliff.
"Don't yon doit, Colonel." cttlmly
observed the man. "Throwing a guide
on" thn Knob always costs two dollars
more-iiay at tho toll-gate us you go
HIE CITY NATIONAL RANK.
Of Cairo. Ulinoln.
71 OHIO LEVEE
A General Banking business
TllOS. W. IIAII.11AY.
.XNTEIU'KISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
Whilt olhtr Baking Powdert or largely
edulttratad with Alum and othtr hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is tho fact of
its baying received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frot
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test-ihe TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and Bt. Louis, Mo.,
uttfMiturars f Lapall. TsMt fl. Dr. Frl.'. Apaatal
rimrarl.( XlAuu, sail Dr. Prlc'. C.iq.t I'.rfamM.
O g -T
ri w X at
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT IK U & CO..
Oor. Nineteenth street 1 Pniin Til
Commercial Avunuel Villi U, Ills
MILL ASP COW MISSION.
FLOUR. (.'RAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Miehrist ChhIi Prlee Paid for Wbeat.
CoiiiniPicial Avenue ami Eighth Street,
OA 11 tO. ILLS.
K, HHOSS, rrnstdi'iit.
V. NKKK, VlroPres'nt
II. WELl.S, Cmltler. T- J. Uvrth, Ass't cash
F. Ilross Cii'ro I Willlum Kiute, .Cairo
IVmrNeir " I William Woli.... "
f. M Dsierloh " I '. O I'aller "
E. A. Under " II. Well
J. Y. Clemsoii, t'aludoula.
A (IKNEUAti II AN KINO HUSI N KS8 DON K.
Exchauite sold audbniii'bt. In tore, t paid In
lh Havings Drpiirtmiiiit. Colloctlotis madu aud
all business promptly attuudud to.
O O .A T
3D Stovoa 3D
B Tinware. S