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THE .DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1882.
Myor N. B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer T. J. Kertb.
Clerk Dcnnt. J, Foley.
i;ounlor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marabal-L. H. M.yff,
HOAHII OF Al.DIKMIK.
wtcl Ward-Win. McHale.T. M. Klrnbrouirh.
M,..-nn4 Wirt-Jwn liiukle, C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward B. K, Blake, John W ood.
. Fourth Ward-Cberlea O. Patler, Adolph Bwo-
Fifth WrdT. W. Hulllday, Ernest B. Pettlt.
Circuit J n rt D.. I. linker.
Circuit Clurk-A. II. Irvln.
Couuty JaAfn It. S Yocuin.
County Clerk H.J. Huuim.
County Attorney J. M. Damron.
County Treasurer-Miles W. Parker.
Sheriff John liodKs.
Coronr-K. Kluterald . .
County fommlwionort-T. W. Ilallldsy, J. A.
Ulbus and Peter Saup.
CMROBVPTMT. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
'streets; preachtug ttrstaud third Sjodaye In
MC.imoDia.lll m. and 7 : (,. tn .: prayer meet-
r CHURCH or tu tiuiM-p'-'T"j
..l. M.imi.v 7-ii m.. Holy
j ronrweuui "'"-;-'.::.,:,, ..Hi . m.
K-i.hiirii.li m.. nunuay .. .
Morning Prayers; H:'p. m., KvenluB Preyere. r.
p. Dannport, 8. T. B. Hector.
MUST MISHUJSAKV BArnoi vuvv.
a1,l.n. school at 7: p. m He, f. J. Shores,
. 1. - U.I..
I t'TUKKAN-Thlrteeuin iiw. semcc.
I bath I XI t m ; Sunday school p. m. Kt.
MRTHODIKT-Cor. Eighth and Wa.nuisire.u
:.wp. m. iluv . J. A. ttcsrretl,
Habbetb t 110 ra.and 7:8P- "''J"?'
ui.-tii.r w-dnwdiv it 7::p. m.; Monday Scheol
1 p. m. Rev B. V. Jeore, paator.
. -i v - -
CT. JOS n I'll s -ittninn i .imwuii y - "
C aud Walnut streets; service Sahbelh lO.Wia.
ti. ; Sunday School at p. m. ; v wr-era a p
Ill .F CtVEJ WJ w '
L"T l'ATKI:K S (Komao Catholic) Corner Ninth
0 mrret and Washington avanne; aerylc Bab
oath 6 ai.d 10 a. m. ; Ve.prf 8 p. m. ; I
1 p. in. f..rvlce orery day at a m. Rt. HMtenon
TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTRAI, K. R.
TRAINS lilPAHT. TBAHI '
Mail :13a.m tMall ..4:ft ajn
r.cnm'.latlon.U :! a m Kxpre .......It :in a m
I Eipreae i-Jfi 9 J AectidaUon..ti5 p m
iis IIKSTRAL R. K.
10:1 &a m
L. K. It
Narrow Oaue )
I 'Uiiirvi. 4:3 pm
I Accom'datotn MM pm
Accom'datlon. l:i'( m
HT. L , l .M
A 8. It. R.
rAccom oauon. :)p tu
tEiprmn P n
tAecom oaiton u ;w
. WABASII. ST. LOUS PACIFIC K'T CO.
MallAKi.... 4 44 vm J Mali El.... :J P
Daily rztevt Hunday. t Dally.
MOBILK OHIO U K
Mall ....4:' a. m. Mail....- :V p. m.
JlxpraaM a. in. Bxpresa ..-..-:) p. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO K. R.
TRAIN'S KIN AS FOLLOWS.
KxpruM ami Mail leave Cairo, every day except
Saiiday. at 10: a. m. Arriv.a 4:p m.
Acconitnodatlnnarrlvatli: p. m. and de
part al 1:-J0p. m.
Walnut St , near 12th.
SUM MKR TERM, from July 5, 12 weeks
FaLL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
Tl'ITION FOU TKRM
Ciimmon School. Arademlc and Commercial
1 1 ION HY KI.O V U, Tewhor.
EOUGE II. LE.VCII, M. D.
Phvician and Surgeon.
Special attontlon paid to the Homeopathic treat
nu-nt of RiirKlcal dlieaaci, and diseawa of womun
',Ofllc":l-rOM'llth ulrcc-t. opposite tho VoH onico.
Cairo, 111. .
pU. W. 0. JOUVLYN,
nrKK'K-Klhtli Htrml. rear Pomr. ercla! Avenru
R, E W. WIHTLOCK,
OmoiNo. 1S Cornmorclal Avouao, h'ltweon
Kirhtli and Ninth Htrncw
pnomiETOR or sruoAT's tatbnt
Wholosalo Uoalor in loo.
ICfi I'YTUE CAR LOAD OH TON.WKLl
rVWKD KOH SIIirPINQ
Oar Loads aSpooialtv.'
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
ItEOULAR CAIRO AND PADUCAH
HENRY K. TAYLOR Maitar
GEO. JO HE 8 Clerk
Leaves Pad ucah for Calm daily (Suodayi except
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at I p m. Ketaru
iligi L 'ivei Cairo at p. m. Mouud. City at Sp. m.
r EERY BOAT
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On r.nd after Monday, Jnne 7tb, and nntll Inrthet
notlco tbefenyhoat will make trlpi m follow:
'J4VI. LIAVII LI1VII
FootFonrth t. Mlaaoarl Laud'g. Kentucky Ld g.
10:00 a. ro.
11:00 p. D3.
8:80 a. m.
10:30 a. n.
2:30 p. m.
11 a. m.
i;M p. m.
MITCAL AID SOCIETY.
UREKAI EUREKA I!
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE ISSUB-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Societv
OrRsnlzcd JulrlUh, 1877, TJndpr the Laws o
the 9tftt of Illinois. CopyrlghUd Julv
V, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
P. . flCHL'U rresldcnl
C. T. kllDl) Vlco Prosldent
J. A. UOI.DSTINE Treaoumr
J. J. GORDON Medical Adviot
THOMAS LRWI8 Sccretar
JOHN C. WHITE Asslalant bi'crutaU
H. LKIOIITON, L. h. THOMAS,
J. C. WHITE, W. F. PITCHEU,
William Htratton, of Ktratton A Bird, whnlosale
srocvra: Paul U. Hchuh. who uaaloand rwtall driiu
elat; Hacnti Lel(hton, conimlaslna inerrhant; J.
8. McOfthoy, lumber dc-alor; J. 3. Cordon, phyn
Irian; J . A. Oolrtatlne, of Uoldstino ft Hoannwntur,
wholnsale and retail dry t'oorid, etc; Wni.F. Pitch
ur, Knnoral aircnt; Ilonry II, Ellis, city printer and
hook binder; Chu.loy Haynos, Cooper; Jno. C.
W'lilto, aioilotant secreUry and oollcltor: Albert
Lowli. dealer In flour and craln: V. Brnss. nrni.1
dent Alaxander County Bank ; O. W. Hundrlcka,
contractor and builder; Cyrus Cloio, Kvourul
agont; Thomas Lewis, aecreUry and attornov at
law; L, 8, Thomas, broom manufacturer: W. K
Knsinl, conl rnrtor and builder; O. t, Itudd
aeutC. St, L. AN. O. rallaoad;MosHt Phillips, rar
pnnter; II. A. Chumnloy, contractor, Cairo, Illn..
ltov. J. Boencnr, oltrirvman.St Leula. Mo.t J. It.
D.ithiniu, circuit clerk, Mississippi connty, Charles
ton, Mo ; J. u. ooro , lawver, uommorco, nin,'
D. Hlnslntorv. nhvslclan. Arlington. Kv.t J. W,
Tarry, phvstolan, Kulton, Kv. ; Wm. Ityan, farmer,
Mum. Kv. t A. Htolnbarh, mantilacturor of sad
dlnrv, Evansvlllo, Ind.;lko Anderson, secretary
to sunerltiUndentC. St. L. A N . O. railroad, Jack
son, Tenn.; J. 8. Robertson, phvilclan, white.
llle.Tenn.i Tbomas A. Osborn, harness maker,
Bolivar, Ten . I Wm. L. Walker, "Dlxlo Advor-
iiing Agencr " uoiit spnnyi.Misi
V. V Lamhdim, rlvur editor or I'iir Bulltiw
and steamboat piunentfor a;ut. Ordura for all
kinds of atoamtioat Job pnntlriK solicited. Office
at Plan t ers n otul , No. 51 Ohio loveo .
HTAOES OF TUB IUVKIl.
The river m irke.I by thognUjjo las' cvun
iu At 4 o'clock at this port 30 feet ami
Pittsburg, July 29 0 p. m. River 4 fect
3 inches ami rising.
Cincinnati, July 20 fl p. m. River 13
feet 3 inches aul falling.
Louisville, July 20 G p. m River 8
feet 0 inches ami falling.
Nashville, July 20-0 p. in. River 7 feet
5 inches ami fulling.
St. Louis, July 20-6 p. m. River 24 feet
3 inches ami falling.
TheW.P. IHUiJay from New Orleans
passed up for S. Louis last night. She had
a good many passengers but moderate
This thin;' of, steamboatmcu crying hard
times and dull business should now cease
yesterday whs a noted day for big trips of
freight. The U. P. Schcnck led off by
landing here yesterday morning with all
she could carry; then followed tho Fannie
Tatum from St. Louis which laid hero 18 or
20 hours discharging wheat, and "last but
nut least" the Qus Fowler brought her
banner trip landing here at 7 p.m., being
about 5 hours behind time owing to tho
immense business down on the trip. She
had tho largest and best trip she ever car
ried since she was built. Her guards were
almost dragging tho water; and in her lint
of freight wc will mention : 1,800 sacks of
wheat, 50 hdds. of tobacco and 125 bbls
of flour, besides a cabin full of people. She
luttonher return trip at 10 p. tn.
TheJas. V. GafT arrived at 12 o'clock
last night. She had an excellent trip and
received 12 passengers here, mostly for
Louisville and Cincinnati.
Tho Ste. Genevieve from Memphis is due
this morning tor St. Louis.
The John 3. Maude from St. Louis ar
rived last night nd departed this morning
The Fannie Tatum JYom St. Louis ar
rived here yestrrdaay at noon. She had a
magnificent trip of freight, discharged
8,000 s icks of wheat on one of the M. V.
T. barges, which will go to New Orleans.
She also reshipped a largo lot ot freight
on tho Gatl' for Paducah and other points
up tho Ohio. Capt. Conway is making
money this season, and wo are glad of it.
Capt. Wm. McCullough is in command of
the Tatum, and Cupt. Conway has charge
the office. She will leave hero on her re
turn trip to St. Louis this morning. Pass
engers going up the Mississippi can pro
cure tickets of W. F. Lambin, agent.
Tho U. P. Schenck from Cincinnati
landed here yesterday morning at 5. She
was loaded llat and refused fre'ght here,
leaving for New Orleans at 0 a. m.
The Andy IJaum from Cincinnati is due
here to morrow evening for Memphis. Capt.
II. J. Vinton, master. Get your satchel
ready. See Pa3?cngcr Agent W. F. Lamb
dm at his ollico No. 54 Ohio leveo.
Tho Golden Rule from New Orleans is
duo up to-night for Cincinnati. Tho Rule
is ono of the largest and best boats of the
Southern Transportation lino. Get your
tickets from W. F. Lambdin, passenger
accnt. Office 54 Ohio levee.
Remember tho Tatum leaves this morn
ing for St. Louis.
Tho Hickory leaves St. Louis for the
Tennessee river to-morrow evening.
Hugh Mooro passed through Cairo yes
terday for St. Louis. Ho will ship on tho
Hickory as first engineer.
The Capt. Tottcn authorizes us to correct
the error, in regard to the Butler Duncan
going to lay up for repairs. Wo published
the statement but wero misinformed. The
Cant, says tho Duncan is now and perfectly
sound, and will need no repairs lor several
years unless sho meets with an accident. '
Mr. Robt. Orm, of Paducah, liascoino to
Cairo to make it his homo. Ho is now su
perintending the construction of Messrs.
Ilalliday Dies' now saw mill, which will
Boon ho ready for business. Mr. Orm is a
thorough mechanic, and" will bo missed in
Paducah his old hojie.
Tho new steamer J. II. Hillman leaves
Nashville for Cairo on her maiden trip this
evening, dipt. Tom Gallighor will havo
command of this pretty littlo craft. Sho
will report here Sunday evening.
Tho Paris C. Brown loaves Cincinnati for
New Orleans to-morrow evening.
It is tho common observation that tho
standard of natural health and normal ac
tivity, among American women, is being
lowered by tho influence of falBO ideas and
habits of life, engendered by fashionable
ignoranco and luxurious living. It is a
happy circumstance that Mrs. Lydia E.
Pinkbam has como to the front to instruct
and cure the luffcrers of her sex.
Thursday Evening, July 20, 1883.
Tho weather is cool with prospects of
The market is quiet and business gener
ally is dull.
FLOUR Dull, and wo noto a declino of
50c. on former quotations. Prices aro still
HAYRcceipts light and very littlo
CORN Receipts are more liberal aud
OATS -Receipts of now oats are expect
ed this week which will amply supply tho
BRAN Remains about tho samo at
MEAL Thero has been a little declino
in meal since our last quotations.
BUTTER Stocks of good aro light aud
in good demand.
EGGS Very few on the market but
what arrive sell easily at quotations.
FRUIT We note a light receipt ot
peaches which sold low.
Salon and Quotations.
NOTE. The prices Here given are fur sales Irom
first bands In round lots. An advance Is
charged for broken lotstn flillnKorders.
2..0 Various grades . 1 &K3G (Hi
lOlDhls XX S 73
100 hhls choice 5 o
60 bbls patent 7 00
2 cars new heated ...
2 ears prime
2 car new heated.... .
1 cars mixed
Scarsebotc white In bulk on track ...... M
4 cars choice white In bulk H'
4 cars white to arrive 89
3 can cho'ce In bolk on track 5
i car mixed In bulk 5
No. Red, pcrbu 1 2'
No. 'i Mediteranean 1 25
500 bbls City 1b lou 4 ir& 4
5O0 bbls City . 4 00
loo bbls City on orders 4 3
2 car in sacks.,
NOpouuds strictly choice Northern Zt&lS
tl.10 pounds Southern Illinois 15
pounds choice northern packed anfjw
2i pounds Northern 18y,.'0
live choice ;oOll 00
Scoops mixed ,1 00
iOcoop choice hen . 3 iVTfrl V
4 coop choice youug 2 w&i 50
22 boxes peaches ...... 25
Choice new 3 50
IVr bUHhul 9 l 00
New potatoes per bbl. ..,
' " " bush .
rer bbl 100)
Tur barrel 7 5'UIS 00
Tuhwalicd . :ilr17
Dressed - ItbV.i
Plain hamv.... none
H. C. Hams ID
Clear sides 15'
Hhouldors ... 10,
Bt, Johns ft 0
Ohio River 1 00
2 bushel burlaps H'
6 bushel " , 1
ft bushel " U
Oranges, choice per box 4001 110
Lemons choice per box 3 75iil V
Peaches, halvei and quarters MIA
Apples, bright 17
Calf, Mreun ,, 10
Dry Flint choice l!k$1'4
Dry Halt 118
Uruuu Salt 61
Hlieop Pults,dry Mm lny.47
Hlleep Pelts, green 50&1 00
Common Lugs $ 7V&:) on
Good lugs 5 fKKti 4 oo
dw Loar. 4 75 f, no
Medium Leaf.,., 5 tm Po
(J or i Leaf 6 Wii S or
RATES OF FKPIUUT.
drain Hay Flour Pork
fewt. Vcwt. Vhlil, Whhl
Mae phi 10 l!t al '
' . v Or.'uans, 15 17W :l 45
niena, Ark 17U X MX
Vlr.kaburg V 'UZ 85 ttiV
Way W4 i7S 45 H
A Contrh, Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. iNeglect frequentl re
sult in an Incurable Lung diseaso or on
sumption. Brown's" Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly 011 the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
tho Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and 'always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Hold at 25 cents a
box everywhere. a
A Talented Swindler.
A few days ago an dt'gnntly -dressed la
dy called on one of the best known mnd
doi'tors in Paris, and in a voieo broken
with sobs, exclahnodi "Doctor, you aro
my only hope now. My poor son is a
monomaniac; he is quite harmhiss; his
idee Jixe is that ho is a cashier in a
bank, and to everybody he meets he pre
sents a bill or account and demands
payment. He has already got himself
and me into serious il i flic ul tics, and I
don't know what to do." And hore tho
tears began to course each other down
tho fair pleader's . cheeks. Tho doctor
did bis best to cheer the unhappy moth
er, asked her various questions, and
finally gave some hope of curing the
boy. She dried her tears, and said sho
would leave her son in his hands. "I
will bring him to you to-morrow; but,
oh! rloetor, tho "separation will bo
cruel." Next morning she appeared
with tho boy. "Tell your master," sho
said to the servant who . opened the
door, "that the person he expects is
hero," and, taking a parcel from her
son's hands, told him to wait a few
minutes. She then retired by a side en
trance which the doctor had shown her,
and had advised her to pass in order to
avoid a mournful, and, .perhaps, excit
ing farewell with her son. Quarter of
an hour passed, the doctor entered the
waiting-room, and the young man pre
sented his account. "Quite right, my
lad, I will settle it with you directly,"
and he felt the young man's pnlso.
"Normal pnlso," says tho man of
science. "My account," says tho young
man. "Mv master will be uneasy;
please gikc 1110 I iie money at once." But
the doctor gazed fixedly at him, and
tried to feci his pulse. "Let go!" ex
claimed the monomaniac, getting; into a
passion. "Pay mo at once, and don't
make- a fool of yourself." "Violeut at
tack," says tho doctor calmly, aud he
pulled his bell-rope rather violontly.
"The shower bath," ho explained to his
two attendants; and in a twinkling tho
young man was stripped, and a stream
of ice-cold water pouring over him. lie
howled, he kicked, but uselessly. When
tho doctor came to seo tho effect of tho
operation, he was much surprised to
tind his patient madder than ever; vow
ing vengeance at ono moment and tho
next imploring his torturers to send to a
jeweler in the Kuo tie la Paix ami ask
him to como and release him. When
tho doctor heard tho word "jeweler" a
light broke upon him. Ho -dispatched
an attendant to the Kuo de la Paix, and
in a few minutes tho jeweler appeared
upon the scene. He turned somewhat
ia!o when matters wero explained to
him, for ho saw himself robbed of 25,
0O0 francs by a piost ingenious clieval
ioro d'indtistrie. She had chosen jewel
ry to that amount, but, not having tho
money with her, sho had said: "Let
your clerk como with me; I live in tho
Avenue d'Eylan, and my husband will
pay tho account." London Life.
In tho last few weeks of tho war a
Confederate, serving under Lee, wrote
homo to his father in North Carolina
that ho was almost barefooted, and com
pletely discouraged. As soon as the old
man received the letter he mounted his
mule and set off at a gallop, but was
Koon halted by an acquaintance, who
"Hello! has thero been another
"Not ns I've heard of, but I've got a
loiter from Cyrus,"
"What does Cyrus say P"
"He's out o' butes nii' clean discour
aged." "And whero yo coingP"
"Down to Aimer Smith's to borry
$700,001) to sentl to Cvrus to git a cheap
par o' shut's, - mid woVe going to write
lim a long letter and send him a box o'
lills, iitHltcll him to hang on to the
ast: for if Cvrus cots low-spirited and
beirins to let co the infernal Yanks will
bo riding over us afore we kin back a
mule outer the barn."
"That's so, that's so," nodded the oth
er. "1 kin let yo havo the money my
self as well as uot. I was a saving up
to buy three plucks o' tobacker and a
box omatches all to once, but tho army
mustn't go barefut when it only takes
$700,000 or $800,000 to buy a purtygood
pair o' shoes. Go home and git a cart,
and I'll have tho money tied up lur ye."
.Wall titrcd News.
i . a
The producor of grass is afeedwr ot
120 Broad way, New York,
of any Jlfe Influrance Company
IN THE WOULD.
It alono Issues
stipnlatlng that the contract of Insurance "shall
vol be disputed" after It Is three years old,
aud that inch policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death.
Us policy Is clear and concise, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B. READ YOUlt TOLICIEH. Compare the
short and simple form used by the Equitable with
he long and obscure contracts loaded down with
technicalities Issued by other companieal
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders are
N. B. Seo the many letters from policy holders
xprssslng their gratification with the returns from
their Tonhni Savings Fund Policies,
Because of its
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Secnrely Invented, nearly
K. A. BURNETT, Agent.
Office, corner 12th and Washington.
November 24, isHl.-miklw
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. BUOSS, President. I P. NRFF, Vice Pres'nt
U. WELLS, Cusblur. I T. J. Kerth, Aes't cash
F. Brnss Ca'ro I William Klute. .Cairo
Po'erNnft " I William Wolf....
O. M Osterloh " I (7. O. Patler. .......
E. A. Buder " I H. Wells
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONB,
Exchange sold and bought. Interuit paid It
tho Havings Department. Collections made, and
all buslnuss promptly attundod to.
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