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THE DAILY CAII
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 20. 1882.
Mayor N. B. Thitlewood.
Tramirr T J . Kerlh.
Cl.rk DtnnlK. J, Poley.
t:oiinelor--Win. B. Gilbert.
Mrlil-L. H. Myore,
HMJUU or AMBIIK.
Klf.t W.nt-Wm.MctUlu.T. M KlmLrouKli.
riilrrt Ward 1- K, Btkn. John Wood.
NWta O. I'atlet, Adoiph 80-
Klfih Ward-T. W. Hallltlay. KrnntB, I'tttlt.
rtrruit -I t 1 kt .1 . liHki-r.
Circuit C'ler-A. 11.
l.'outity Jiidifu-R. H Yocmn.
County Clerk H.J. lliinim.
County AUorncy-J M. lmron.
County Treurr-Mlln W. 1'wker.
Coroner-It FlUiierala , .
County Commlmloueri-T, VT. HalltdaT, 1. A.
Ulhh and 1'eter "aiip.
CAIRO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and I'opUr
rWuT; priachlng (Ir.t tnd third Sanday. In
month. II .iud7:P. ? PrVS-?m
nlintCIl Of TUB KKUKKMKK-ulMop.l)
0 "o?rt..i.lb sir-! Holiday 7:0. am. Holy
Morning l!rarr.; '. p. m., Kfenin Prayer, r.
p llnvi'Dport, T. B. Hectnr.
.MUST MIHHIONAHY MArTIST 0 UtrKCII.-
r It. ' Mi. tat W W. n..,Sp. m.. and 7: P-
1 I T1IKUAN-Ttilrtcoulti tr-et; ervl.ea Hb-
huh t :v a m ; HamUy ecbooUp. n. rttv.
Ktl t'pe, I'll"! Jr.
MKTH'ilUHT -Cor. B'Khlb and w',,1nl ""J?'
Pri-arMi.,? SaM.eth fl :ui o m. and
runrtay nciiooi at :iw p. m. Kuv. J. A. bcarreu.
1 JKKSBYTKIII AN -Blithth alreel; preachta; on
l".hrtli l Ut. a. ra.and --'P- PH
u,.iit.Sdr,M.U t 7:Slp. m.; Monday School
it Su. m. Hi' H. Y. Jorc, paetor.
. JOSEPH --, Human Catholic) Ooniei t'roM
O 'nI Walnut atruet; eerrlcee Bahbatb 10:W.
n'. ; Sno ty S-h.-.t t J p. m. ; Vpm 8 p. m. ; r
ncl . et. ry fUy at 8 . m. Hot. O Uara, Prteet.
iT PATHirK H- 'iraanCatuotle) Corner Ninth
0 itrret and WMhtuirton arena; Mrrlce Hb
oatta 8 and to a m. ; Ve.por I p. m. ; Son-lay Hchool
1 p. m. tcIc ery dy t m. By. Mternoit
H. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAIN! IIEPAHT. , JW.
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(Actom ouon. :Sup.m I tAecom ditlou U.ttt.m
WAPASI1, ST. LOl IS PACIKIC U-Y CO.
Mall .... 4:4.m Kx.... :J)p m
Daily except Sunday, t lliy .
MOBILE OHIO H HI
Mall m.1 Mail s;p.m.
Kiprene tiM a. m. I 8xpre :M p. m
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS Rl'N AS FOLLOWS.
Exprt'M and Mail l-av. Cairo, r very ilny except
Sunday. t lo:- a m. Amr. 4::p m.
Arcommmlallon arrive at U:o4 p. m and de
part al I 'M p- ni.
ELIX'T St 1KKJL.
Walnut St. near 12th.
SUMMKRTKKM, from .luly Ji, 12 wetks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
Tl lTlUN mil TERM
Common School. Academic and Commercial
1 1 !: N H V IO V O, 'lVitcher.
QEOUfiE H. LEACH, M. D.
IMiv.-Hnan find Surgeon.
Siierlal attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
mi nt of luteal dUuaeca, and diBee of women
ulmche:dOu'lllh twt. oppo.lto the PoM Offiro,
JJK. W. C. JOCKLYN,
D K NT 1ST.
OHI'K'R -Rlclitlt Ptrytner Cimf erclal Avenne
K K W. WHITLOCK,
Orrua-No. 1W Commercial Avoniio, between
Buhtlianrt Ninth treu
puorniETOu of bpkoat'8 patent
Wholosalo Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loadfl a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Le?ee,
KEUULAR CAIRO AND
HENRY K. TAYLOR
Lruve l'aducah for Cairo dv.iy (Sunday! ciceiit-
d) at 8 .m. and M mnd City at 1 p m. Return
ing. L.-avea Cairo alt p. m. Mound. City al Sp. m.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
rOREE -1rgPV3 STATES.
On r.nd after Monday, Jane 7th, and on til farther
nollc tbefenyboal will make trip ae follow:
Foot Fourth t.
8:00 a. m.
10:00 a. m.
S:0u p. m
2 p. ra.
Mlieonri Land g.
8:S0 a. m.
10:90 a. B.
I V3 p. m.
Kentnrky Ld g.
9 a. m.
11 a. m.
S p. m.
5;0u p. m.
120 Broadway, Sew York,
DOES THE .
of any Llfy Insurance Company
IN T1IK WOULD.
It alone Uue
tlpuUttng that the contract of Inturanr.e "hall
tiot be disputed" after It I three year old,
and tb.it uch poltclei shall bo
on receipt of tatlifactory proof of death.
It policy I clear and concise, ami coDtatn
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
u n -iiriti vnrn vni.lciVX. Comparo tlir
short and atiuple form ued by the Knultablo with
he lonir and ohcuro contrncl loaded down with
technicality lmed hy other companie!
- Its CASH RETURNS
0 to policy holder are
N.H. Seethe many lottor from policy holder
xprlng their gratification with the return from
their Ton tim Bavinu Fund I'olicii.
Beouuse of itaj
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Invested, noarly
33. A. BU11NETT. Agent.
Offlce, corner 14th and Washington.
Xownbw ti, iwt.-a9dw
W. F Lamhiiin, river edll ir of i'iik Uui.i.ti
Mid ateamhoit paiaune.r auut. Order fur all
kind" of Hteainhoat Job priutltig aollcltod. Olllco
nt Planter Hutul, No. M Olilo luveu.
HTAOES OK THK RIVKU.
The rivur markcJ ly the (jiitif,") lasr even-
iq at 4 o'clock at tins port 31 luet U
inches ami fallin".
Pittsburg July 10 (i p. m. River 2 feet
8 inches nnI ln!lin;,'.
Cinciimnti, July 19 (5 p. m. River 15
fuct 0 inches and full in''.
Louisville, July 190 p. m. River b
fuct 9 inches and fallins.
Nnshvillo, July 19-0 p. m. River 7 feet
5 inches and falling.
St. Louis, July 19-8 p. ra. River 24 feet
5 inches and falling.
The Relic Memphis arrived here hist
evening at 4 o'clock. She had a fin's trip
for Vicksburg, and left for that city at 7:30
Capt. V. G. Turner owner cf the Silver
thorn, arrived hst evening by rail from St.
Louis. The Captain has chartered his bat
the Silverthorn to parties in St. Louis, who
will run her o a regulur packet from St.
Louia to Clarksville, Mo. Capt. Turner
left on the Bollo Memphis for Hickman and
will return here Sunday with his bojt.
Capt. Turner will retitin command of the
Silverthorn during the term of hw charter.
The City of Helena from Memphis ar
rived here yesterday morning. ho had a
good trip and departed for 6t. Louis at 5
The Pittsburg left St. LouU Tuesday ev
enin at 6 o'chH-k, and arrived here j ester
day morning at 0 o'cl.Kk. Ju.-t 12 hours
outand lost 2 hour. The PitUburg is the
wheel horse of steamb tats. She left for the
Smoky City at 7::JDa. m. ifer trip was
The Vint Shiiikle from Cincinnati ar
rived here yesterday morning at 7 o'clock.
She bad a very good trip, received and dis
charged a small lot or freight and dcpaited
The towboat Sim Roberts arrived heic
yeeterJay morning at 7 o'clock. She had
three model barge loaded with lumber
from Helena which bhe left here with at 1 1
a. in. yesterday.
The transfer Junius Morgan resumed her
duties yesterday and looks like a new bftat.
The Rut lor Durban one of the transfer
boats also will soon suspend business and
will iro to Mound City where she re
ceive a thorouirii line oi repair.
TheG dden Rulo which left Xew Orleans
last Saturday, will not report here before
Capt. l'.ob Wie with his popular steamer
Jas. W. G iff left Memphis Tuesday even
ing wiih a cplendid trip of freight and pas
sengers. She will report here tliis evening
for Cincinnati. See W. F. LambJin, pas
senger agent, and procure your ticket.-1.
Office 54 Ohio levee.
The John B. Maude from St. Louis, will
re port here this evening for M'vmphis.
The Andy Bum is the next Cincinnati
and Memphis packet due down for the Bluff
City. She will report here Saturday even
ing. Cpt. H. J. Vinton master. AV. F.
Lambdin, passenger agent. Office 54 Ohio
The Anchor line steamer City of Baton
Rouge from St. Louis is duo this evening
for New Orleans.
The fine steamer l P. Sehonck from
Cincinnati, will leave here early this morn
ing for New Orleans. If you are going
south by river get your tickets from W. F.
The City of Vicksbur ; arrived yesterday
morning at 11 o'clock. She had n light
freight trip, but a large number tf passen
gers." She departed for St. Louis at noon.
Tho Hudson left St. L-mis yesterday at 5
p. m. She went into St. Louis with an ex
cellent trip of freight and people and hud a
largo contract for her down trip when she
left there. Capt. John Griflith commands
this excellent boat and we are pleased to
state is doing a good business with her.
Look out for her this evening at 7 o'clock.
Passengers going up tho Ohio can procure
tickets of W. F. Lambdin, agent.
The U. P. Schenck refused freight hero as
she had all she could carry.
Tlio Beginning of Sickmss.
Never trifle with what are called small
ailments. If yflu feel inert, wilh a bitter
or bad tasto in the mouth, loss of appetite,
bowels costive, resort at once to Simmons
Liver Regulator. For t.ic miseries of dys
pensia and they includo almost every un
pleasant feeling that belongs to physical
eliseaso and mental wretchedness this po
tent medicine, SitnmotiH Liver Regulator, is
a certain and speedy cure.
Buekleu's Arnica Salvo
Tho Rest Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is cuarantecd to civo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico
25 cents par box. For snlo by Oeo. E
Goitre in Sheep,
There U no ili.seime with which sheep
tiro ntllietod more to bo dreaded than
this, none nioro erratic in its attacks,
mid none where wo know solittlo of the
causes that induct) it, says the Sationnl
Livc-Slock: Journal, Chicago. On this
latter point we indeed have n vast
nmountof hpoculutive theory. Breeders
who have bud very litth-experienee with
tho disease, are generally (juitu ready to
name causes that, to their minds, seem
conclusive; but those who have had tho
experience, and from observation and
investigation of its causes and effects
are best ipialilied to judge, have gener
ally come to the conclusion that they
know as little about the inducing causes
its our family physicians know about
those that induce scarlet fever. While
tho two diseases urn entirely unlike,
both in their nature ami their effectsup
on the system, there are many cirenm
Blanccs attending them that are similar.
Both diseases iir-iume different forms,
both are eccentric in their attacks and
effects, and generally it can bo judged
only imperfectly what the final result
will be whether the patient will fully
recover and bo entirely rid of the dis
ease, or any effects from it, or if not im
mediately fatal, whether the after effects
may not so weaken and poison tho sys
tem as to undermine tho constitution,
and eventually destroy tho value and
usefulness of the patient.
Some men seem to have a constitu
tional inability to tell the simple truth.
They may not mean to lie, or to tell an
untruth, but they are careless careless
in hearing, careless in understanding,
careless in repating what is said to
them. These well-meaning but reckless
jieofile do more mischief than those w ho
intentionally foment strife by deliberate
falsehood. There is no lirebrand like
your well-meaning busybody who is
continually in search of scandal, and hy
sheer habit misquotes every body's statements.
Hints to Tannon.
Lawn is tho best dressing for grass
If you would fatten your neighbor's
hen crop spare not the seed.
Now set your tomato plants. By tho
time they eome into bearing the fruit
will be cheaper nt the market. There
fore, if yours do not ripen peifectly you
will be as well off as any of your neigh
bors. It is time your potatoes were started.
The Colorado beetle is anxiously w ait
ing the appearance of llin vines, and un
less you push things, the poor creature
will lb short of provisions.
Pinch back your geranium shoots, if
the frost has not already pinched them.
Plant your beets deep; if of the bipe
dal variety, the deeper the better.
Bean-poles are hardy, and no danger
of late frosts need be apprehended.
Plant in rows, and thin out later.
As to beans, you know ihcin. Soak
before planting, mulch with salt pork,
and keep in a warm place.
( aohiige do best in hot water, l ick
out good-size plants, well headed, and
dress w ith salt and pepper.
W lien trimming your raspberries lo
not throw away tin" stout, canes. You
may find a use fur them when your ap
ple trees are full of green fruit and
Now is the time to trim hof! handles.
Care must be taken, however, that they
do not get sunburnt. Keep them un
der cover w hen the mercury rises above
If you would have your wheelbarrows
thrive keep the soil about them con
stantly stirced, and mulch wilh lard or
Oleomargarine does best on fat lauds.
It is better adapted than butter for this
climate, as it does not droop so readily
during the warm days that may soon lo
A good corn crop may be secured by
wearing close-litting boots. A double
crop may bo obtained by judicious par
ing. No farmer need be without a cmp of
&)iinsh-bugs. Vive cents' worth of seed
will raise 47,Wito each squash.
By all means keep fowls. Farmers
who own hens invariably lind that their
seeds coiuu up quicker than those who
do not. .
Farmers do not find the milk well
prtditable, a gjiod pump is much better
Strawberries, to be profitable, should
be planted in shallow boxes.
If you have any cats on the place,
mulch wilh bootjacks, and add a plenti
ful dressing of old boots.
Plant your pitchforks under tho shade
of your cherry trees, point up. Should
yoiir neighbor's boy fall from the tree
they might prevent him from striking
Cover your cucumber beds with con
crete, It may kill the vines, but that is
the only sure way of destroying the
Dados and other wall-llowers must be
trained with care. If they are not reg
ularly watered they soon wither. Won
Latest Variety of the English Girl.
"In some 'Thoughts by tho Way,' "
writes a correspondent, "you recently
described the awfully jolly g'uT ns the
latest and, in some respects, the most
appalling tytio of her sex. Tho other
day in Richmond park I eatuo upon
three or four of these epicene creatures,
who were perhaps awful enough, but
wero by no means jolly. One wore it
man's scarlet cricket cap. All had their
hair cropped close, and all four carried
heavy walking sticks. On inquiry I
was told that nt Brihgton and elsewhere
it whs quite common for young ladies
to go about with walking sticks and a
convict's crop. Who arc the men that
ihese iioor girls imagine, they can al
ttact by ibis ugly masquerade?" l'M
There may bn as miuh courage dis
played In enduring with resignation tho
siiucrings of the soul, ft remaining
Item 11. .1 r.1 -l,rt fninl A
1... ... uhuui vuu nuunui v --
"I'm Got Do Position."
In these days ambitious young men
sometimes mark out for themselves a
courso of life. They set their minds on
it with a tletermiuaiion to walk in that
way and in no other. They don't suc
ceed. Their friends feel that they aro
chasing a phantom, or building a castle
in the air, hut they will not lower their
aim, nor turn tosonieihi;i,;clsetowhich
they aro better adapted.
Such youth may learn t lesson from
an amusing old man in this city, whom
some sarcastic wit named "White." He
is tall and black, with a majestic bear
ing, and a head crowned with the silver
of seventy years. "White" appeared in
this vicinity some years ago, looking for
work which, evidently, be was teio old
"I'so been a man ov position in my
day," he said to a gentleman who had
become interested in him. "I'so great
on bosses, an hav' driv' a span forty
"Yes, but you are too old now to get
a place as coachman."
"Yes, sir, I realizes dat fact to do full '
extremity. But, ye see, I'se been con
side' bio of a preacher, too, in my day;
but dey tells me do young men car's all
afore 'em in de kingdom now.
"I'se been a great songster too. Used
to be sent for for forty mile to lead
shouts to de camp-mectin's; but do fae'
is, my voice is cracked up now, and my
knees and ankills is too stiff to thump
"I has labored at shovelliu' sand; but
my back won't cousin t to dat in dese
days. But I isn't no ways miscou raged,
'case I knows dat whenever de Lord
makes a man, He makes somethin' for
dat man to do. If he won't do dat ar'
somethin',' den he's got do right to
starve dat's all!"
The gentleman promised to look for
some light work for him, and "White"
went, his way.
The very next day in walking by one
of the Boston hotels, the gentleman
beard his name called, and turning, saw
his sable friend coming toward him.,
i'se got it, sir! I'se got it dat ar'
position I was lookin' arter! I'se got a
line position in de Dash House!"
"I am very glad; what is it?" an
swered his friend.
"Why, sir, it's just 'zactly de thing
when tlere wasn't no other. It's do
easiest thing I'se had since my wile and
me was waitin'-maids to our ole massa
and missus, time do war bu'slout."
"What is your work?" asked the gen
tleman, amused at "White's" joyous
ness. "Why, der yer see," ho cried, with a
radiant face, "I has all do care and
'sponsibility of de pots and kittles here!
1 knowod dere was some position wait
in' for me! I knowed de Lord wasn't
done w id me y it!
His philosophy was right. If he had
not tho ability to do one thing, he had
the good sense to sco it, and to perse
vere until he found his place, There is
always a "position" waiting somewhere,
for the right mau to occupy it. Youth's
Kicking Henry Wilson's Hat
Into a certain industrial establish
ment in tiii- . .(, ih.-re recently came as
an apprentice a boy from N'atick. Ono
day this boy produced a little hand mir
ror. "Say Charley," asked one of his
companions, "where did you get that
"That glass was Henry Wilson's
glass," said the Natick boy, with a
touch of pride in his voice, for all Nat
ick is proud of tho memory of Henry
Wilson. The glass was passed around
among all the boys, who examined it
euriouslv, and one of them said:
"Haven't vou got anything else that be
longed to llenry Wilson?"
"Yes," replied Charley, "I've got an
old hat. I bought it at the sale of Henry
Wilson's effects along with this glass.
Everybody was buying relics, and I
wanted some relies too. I only had a
little money, but I bit! off the glass and
"Now look here, Charley," remarked
one of the boys, struck with an original
idea, "what will you take to give us all
a good kick at llenry Wilson's hat?"
The boys all agreed that it would be a
f;reat thing to bo able to say that they
uid kiekedthe hat ef a Vice President
of the. United States; something, indeed,
to tell their children and grandchildren
about in after years. Charley said that
he would lake.1) cents npiece, but they
must pay in advance, for ho was not
going to bring the hat in nnd then have
them all buck out. So they all paid
down their 5 cents, and in the morning
Charley appeared with the hat, whoso
genuineness was attested by a certili
cate. pasted into tho lining to the effect
that it had belonged to llenry Wilson,
and was bought at the sale of his tilings.
The boys all had their kick, nnd began
work well pleased with their fun and
satisfied that their nickles had been well
expended. After the extraordinary game
of football was over, Charley sold the
battered relio to a journeyman for 10
cents. Boston Ih raid.
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
and ague, and malaria, aro cured by "Sel
ler s Liver I'll is."
The invalid finds in "Dr. Li ndsey's Blood
Searcher natures croat restorer. It is
wouderful, Sold by oil druggists.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be given sumo euterpriseiug man
in Tub iuillrtin Building, which is now
offered for tale on easy teiuis, fong time
and low rate of interest. Tho building
has rcuted for the past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x(i0 and a
two story 16 x 45. Hub a frontage of 50
feet on Washington avenue and 150 feet on
12th street. It desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in the 2 story building
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or Joba B. Oborly, Bloom
While other Baking Powden art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
it: Laving 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. Mo
other powders show so good results by the
truo testthe TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louia, Mo.,
iHafwiarm f l.pM Trt 8m, Dr. Frit.' SMtal
riiturU K4rtt. i Ir, PrlCi rj.lqm. FartlM.
'WE CITY SA J10NAL BASK.
71 OlllO LKVEK.
A (Jcneral Banking business
THOS. AV. IIALL1DAY,
INTEIil'KISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IT THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU & CO..
Cr.NinetCllthtJeet Poirn Til
euininerclal Avenue WlU U, 111
MILL AND COMMISSION.
PALLIDA Y BROTHERS,
FLOUR, GRAIN AXD HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
. - ,...
Commercial Avenue and Fightli Street,
F. 11 HONS, rreeident. I P. NFFF. VIceTrea'nt
11. W KL.LH, C.iohHT. T. J. Kortti, Aaa't cash
F. BroM ........Ca'ro I William Rtnte. .Cairo
l'otur Nell I Wlllium Wolf....
CM Ontcrloh ' I O. o. I'atiur "
E.A.llulr " I II. Well
J. Y. Clumrou, Caledonia.
AOBSKUAt. BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange cold anil botiL'ht. luteruit paid li
the NavliiR Uepurtmunt. Collection made and
all hiialuu promptly atteudeil to.
C O Ji. Ia
I Stoves r
S Tinware. S
CZZ i) u OO