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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIKO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16. 1882.
Mayor N, H. Thi. tie wood.
Tri)uri'r T J . Kurth. .
t'lerk Jicuul. J, Foley.
iJiinnselor--Wiii. B. Gilbert.
Muriihal L. 11. Meyer.,
Attorney-W llllam Uetdrlcks.
MHD op AUianms.
firm Ward Win. McHa1.T. M. Ktmbronub.
.i,:i-ond Ward-Jr.se llinkln, C. N. liuhoB.
Third W"rd B. K. Make, John Wood.
K-mrUi Ward-Charles O. l'atler, Adoiph Bwo-
Kltih Ward-T. V. Uallldav, Ernest B. PetM.
circuit JmluB I). J. Biiki r.
Circuit Clerlt-A. 11. Irvln.
County Judo II. S Ynv.am.
County Clerk S.J. Ilmnm.
Comity Attorney J M. luiuron.
County Treasur-r Mile W. Parker.
t orm.ur-u. r iera-u , ,. , A
tuners- i . "ii""n
(Itiili. and Peter riaup
i MHO B.UTHP. Cornor Tenth ami Poplar
lstreet-; preaching flr.tand third Sundaye In
, , ruootu.U . .u. rd 7:J j. m.; PrWf,(,Tm
,u, Ur.U,.7:..p. -uunday ffW ffir
Kit Ki ll OF TllS . BEDKEMKR-Kplacopal'i
I Fourteenth slre.it; bouday 7 :a m., Holy
b.. hrt.vs '.; ?unJ'V;''L:i),V
Murulr.n Prayers; b'.iWu. m.. E-enlng Prayers, r
I- !)hv. uuori. B. T. H. Iler.lor
II VI MISSION AH v B A 1 1ST ununvss.-
,i .1,11,1 'l mull ai i . H - '
I I TIlMtAN -Thirteenth street! services Hah
1 I nili l:;w a. in.; Suud&y school, p.m. hot.
Kr- i'Mt jr.
r.TH(U)IT-Cor. KlKbtr- aoU W aluot streets,
i'r,., l,li,L Sabralh ll:ia. m. iid7:W p.
'..-i. t d:00D. ra. Key. J- A.bcarreti,
I ih, .-HVTKKIAS -KlKhtb etreft: preacblflK on
I rv"th at ll: a. m.ar.d 7: P.m.; prayer
..., , . ,.-di.-iidaT at 7:;r)p. m.; bunday bchuol
mil. -i. Hv B.Y.Oeore, pastor.
i.,KI iI -Uoiuan Catholtc) rorner v.ro.
.i U'tluut troei; irvlra Hanbatb 10:sna.
; i-.,i '. n honl at p. m.; even p. m. ,
.-, , L .JO.J t e a. ui. Ke. O'llara, Priest.
rATHlCK'B-fKoman Catholic) Corner inta
15 s'u-a and Washington avenue; I prices Bab
MUl and Vi a. m. ; Vespers J p. m. '. 8Dd
t ,.. tiTvicea eery day at 6 a m. Hot. MmUtsoii
K. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
,..v. l.rPAHT. TBAHaBKITf.
i u.n 4:0& a.m
Exorua . U:tOa.m
I Accomdatlou . 4:01 p.m
MI-S CENTRAL R. R.
Mull - 4:Wa.mtMa!l ...
Kii.( 10:15a ra tkxpr-i.....
ST. L. AC. R. R. (Narrow Uanso)
Kxi,re lo:a.rn EprM p m
a,.m-.in.in. lii D.m Aecoiu'daUjln 12:05 p.m
HT.L . I.M 8. H R. . .
Rxir ll:)p.in ItExprei ' P ra
rrom aailon. t : p m I tAccom-datlon.ll :45 a.m
1 ........ ant. v rr
WABASH, ST. LOUIS l-ACiriv; n i v.""
VnllH . .. :45.mMall BX.... v:JJ P
1 Daily except bUDQay. Tuauj.
MOBILE OHIO H. R:
..fi.05a.ra. I Mail ......Wp. ni.
,.:0i a. m. Bxpreaa ..:50p. m
QT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R-
TRAINS KL'N AS TOLLOWS.
and Mail leaven Cairo, xery day except
unUar. at l):J5 a. in. Arriv.a 4:5 p. m.
AotnmmodaUon arrive at p. m. auu uo
arta at 1 "JO p. m.
Walnut St., near 12th.
UMMERTRKM, from July 5, 12 weeks
Al.li if-Uil, irUlU UCl. i 1 nsvno
I ITION FOR TERM
1'BK MO.VI li
Common School, Academic and Commercial
HKNItY FLOYU, Tonchor.
J.EOKGE U. LhAt'll, Si. U.
Phv ician and Surgeon.
nt of nurglcal diaeanea, and diaeaKea of womeo
'IcIllldKD. , .
rBce: on Uth etrout, opponlto tho Poit Offlce,
up r i m i niiniiiiuii iniu i u iivim v""'v
It. W. l JUCiUUI,
. k .v. w niiijUn..
kh i-No. 13(i Commercial Aveune, betweon
h and Ninth street
OrlltETOK OF Bl'ROAT'S PATENT
holesalo Dealer in Ice.
: P Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
?rKED FOR BIIirriNO
Jar Ivoada a Specialtv.
V, Twelfth Street aud Leve,
will cure dyjpepsU.teartburn, mala,
ria, kidney cliieaje, liver complaint,
and other waiting diseases,
enriches the tlocd and purifiei the
system; curei weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Trya bottle.
is the only Iron preparation that
does not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, as
other Iron preparations will.
Ladies and all sufferers from neu
ralgia, hysteria, and kindred com
plaints, will find it without an equal.
fJtfigCITY XATI0SAL BANK.
'V ' Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OUIO LEVEE.
A General Banking lusiuess
THOS. W. IIALHUAY.
pNTKUl'RISK SAVINO BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. IIALL1DAY,
O A. L
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THUS CITY.
lAnnu oTii tTiiTi'S.T -it -wcn.i
UVJKJXfO OKJUU VJiUIliWOJlt
O. O. PAT1EU & OO.,
cor. Nineteenth straeti fuJ-.. Til
... m .h
vua V atu
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY HY CRAS. CUNNING
9:30 I'. M. AupwtH, JKn2.
Aiigunt. S tptt iijIiit. October.
Pork $ t-1 -0 I 'l M
Wheat n m
Corn '.' 7o7
Outa 41S Wi
Vi:"') V. M.
Pork a t $
Wheat 1 o K Hi (W
Com r,l ', T.-.
Onta 41 Mii. .5V.
l:0i) P. M, Cloelnu.
Pork 25 21
Wheat 1 W'i h
Corn 77 7"
OtU 41 atl'-J 35',
NEW YORK. AL'UCST 15, Mi.
Wheat R. W. 81 11-11 15 No 2 lt.:dl 1S&1 13
Com No. 2 btl c.
W. K Lamhdin, rlvjr o-JUor of iik Bl'li.tii
and atca.nboi'. pa (Hi' ir i,t. Orl-tr. for all
klndaof ateainhoat Job printini; lollcltud. OUlco
at I'Uut-.TK Hotel, No. W Oblo Ihvuo.
tjTAdlvS OF THE KIVEK.
Tile rivur umrkuil by thegau'e las oven-
iu(,' &t 4 o clock at this port 2(J Tcet 10
inches aud fullitij,'.
Pittsburp, Aug. 150 p. m Uiver 2 feet
0 inches an-1 ffilliii''.
Cincinnati, Au. 156 p. m. River 1G
feet 2 inches and falling
Louisville, Aug. 150 p. m. River 8
feet 6 inches and fulling.
Nnshville, Aug. 156 p.m. River 5 feet
1 inch and stationary.
St. Louis, Aug. 150 p.m. River H feet
4 inches ami falling.
The Sidney Dillon left here yesterday
with several large model barges loaded
with wheat for New Orleans.
Capt. Austin Owen, formerly in com
mand of the A. B. Siifford, left for bis
homo inPaiucau per the Qus Fowler yes
Harry Kennedy who had churge of the
Saflbrd's engine room is now open to an
Our old friend, Hen. Mezlcpis now act-
ing as one of tho engineers on the transfer
The W. P. nalhday leaves St. Louis this
evening fur New Orleans an-1 is due here
The Jus. W. Gaff for Memphis due this
morning. Capt. Uob lse Is in command,
and Mr. Jas. Surtees has charge of the
office. See W. F. Lambdin for nassace
rales. Office 54 Ohio levee.
The U. P. Schenck, Capt. J. L. Carter
master, is duo from Ciueinniti to-day.
Her destination is New Orleans.
The Ste. Genevieve for Memphis passed
down last night with a good trip.
The Belle Memphis for Vicksburg will
report hero this evening, she left Pt.
Louis with a good trip.
Remember the Cons. Millar will report
here to-morrow night, enroute for Cincin
nati. Passengers going up the Ohio can
secure good rooi's by buying tickets of W.
F. Lambdin, agent.
The Golden Rule leaves Cincinnati to
day for New Orleans.
The Will Kyle is on her way up from
New Orleans and will report here for Cin
cinnati Friday evening.
Yesterday was quito warm and sultry,
attended with showers of rain. Business
on the wharf and throughout the city only
moderate, with the exception ot the hotels
which were filled beyond their capacity-
owing to the many delegates and visitors to
the Democratic convention which is being
held in this city.
The Ous Fowler is tho regular packet
to-day from Paducnh and return.
Captain Jem. Browu river editor of the
Paducah News was in the city yesterday.
Tho Annie P. Silver from Now Orleans
on her way to St. Louis passed up light
There is some talk ot Capt. Ed. Murray
buildiclX a Dew nift"no wys at Paducah.
it uo can got a tew thousand dollars sub
scribed from the business men of that
place ho will build as fine ways aB there
aro in tho wost, with a capacity for takipg
out tho largest sizo boats. If tho city of
Paducah properly appreciates Capt. Ed
Murray and his enterprise they will at once
render him all the aid ho needs to accom
push his purpose It would be a great
advantage to tho placo bocauso tho old
ways there which aro owned by Messrs.
Hughes and others are only prepared to
roccivo small size boats and consequently
do not do sufficient buMinnati in kni-n thn
many ship builders of that place employed.
l wou'1' tnuu uo serving tho owners of the
ways right to build a ways that could nat
urally do thn lilisineau riumirn I. for Mpaura
"... 1 '
II. &Co., have tho capital but are too
parsimonious to uso it.
An invaluable strongthener for the norves,
muscios, and digestive organs, producing
ireogm ana appouto, is lirowu's iron
i n 1 1
THE DOUBT RESOLVED.
"Togooratay I scarcely knew,
IVrpU xd by mandates twain,
Pur while my love pronounced "Adieu,"
Her unpuctald "Remain."
'Tw.xt wintt I .aw and whnt j huard,
' My judgment wavered quite
Whether .lie mesnt hy glance or word
'Popart uh, or unite,
lint now each over ladvlne,
Lll.u me to make hi. choice:
In duty to h!. lady's eye,
To diareirnri her voice.
Hnch orbs with kinder llht are filled.
The nearer we adore;
And pontinirllpi, if bravely stilled,
Will bauiab ui no more."
Love without the kiss would be like tho
harp without the hand; the rainbow with
out its hu; tlio brook without its babble;
tho landscape without its color; tho tea
rose, sweetest flower that blows, without its
odor; the boreallis without its variations;
pot-try without rhyme; spring without
sunlight; a garden without foliage, or mar
riage without love. Tho young woman
whose ideal teaches her to recoil from a
kiss, cheats the love of tho joys of loving
and does not deserve the devotion of a
W. C. COLT'S GR13AT SHOWS.
You should not fail to see tho Coup
aro to be hero oa Saturday
What the press everywhere says of them.
W. C. Coup's show is as far superior to
B iruutn's as B irnum's is to shows that
flourished a dozen years ago.
WtUeebarru "R icord of the',Tiia3a. "
We have seen the London and Barnutn
shows, but we pronounce the Coup show
best of all
FISH AND SNAKE STORIES.
Mrs. Rebecca Saoford died from tho eff
ects of tho bite of a copperhead, near
There is eicellent trout fishing atB -rry-
vate, Cal., and many anglers resoit there.
halmon are running up the river in great
While fishing in Green river, near Min
ing City, Ky., Joe Johnson was pulled over
board by an immense catfish that had
seized his bait.
In Oregon, some men blasting rocks for
a railroad in Umatilla county, disturbed
a nest of snakes, and lafter a single blast
JAA .1 I 1 C
over -sou ueau suaaes was luumi.
Blue fishim: is splendid at Barnecat. A
party recently took 05 In three hours, an
average of 20 to each person. Tho fish
weighed about six pounds apiece. The
smack Daisy, with two men and three boys,
brought in 107.
A black snako attacked Jo'e;ih Garbwree,
of Mendon, Mass., and wound it.jelf about
his body several times, beside Litinir him
on tha arms and legs. Ho managed to
reach a club, beat the reptile off, and killed
it. It was 12 feet in length and as thick
as a man's arm.
TIIIXQS TO BE REMEMBERED
That parsley eaten with wuegar will
remove unpleasant elfects.pttl'ating onions.
That cakes, puddirfg etc., are improved
by making the currents, sugar and flour
hot before using them.
That lamp shades of ground glftss should
bo cleaned with soap or pearlash; these
will not injure or discolor them.
fliat white satin sines may be cleaned
by .rubbbiug them with bluo Btono and
flannel, afterward cleaning thorn with
That gold laco may bo cleaned by rub
bing it with a soft brush, dipped in rocho
alum, burnt and sifted to a very fine pow
That earthly mould Bhould never bo
washed from potatoes, carrots, or
other roots, until immediately boforo they
are to bo cooked.
That cold boiled potatoes used as a soap
will clean the hands and keep the skin
soft and healthy. Tiioso not over-boiled
are tho best.
That charcoal powder is good for pol
ishing knives without destroying the blades1
It is also a good tooth powder, when finely
That potato water in which potatoes have
been Bcrrfpod, tho water being allowed to
settle and afterwards strained, is good for
sponging dirt out of silk.
That straw matting maybe cleaned with
a large coarse cloth, dipped in salt ami
water, and then wiped dry. Tho salt pre
vents the straw from turning yellow.
That buttermilk is excellent for clean
ing sponges, Steep the sponge in tho
milk for some hours, then squeeze it out
and wash it in cold water. Lemon juice is
That tea leaves, used for keeping down
the dust wlion sweeping carpets, aro apt
to stain light colors; salt is boBt iuthe win
tor and now mown hay in the summer.
That a piece of hnnen cloth dipped in
turpentine and wrapped rouad'the toe on
which a soft corn U situatod, will give re-
lief, and after a few days the corn will
That rusty black Italian crape may
bo restored by dipping in skimmed milk
and water, with a bit of fine glue dissolved
in ir, and xade scalding hot. It should
be clapped and pulled dry, like muslin.
That the white of an egg, into which a
piece of alum about tho size of a walnut
has been stewed until it fnr.ns a jelly, is a
capital remedy for sprains. It should be
laid over tho sprain upon a picco of lint,
and be changed as often as it becomes dry.
That a lump of fresh quick lime the
size of a walnut, dropped into a pint of
water and allowed to stand all nicht, the
water being poured off Irom tho sediment
and mixed with ajjusrter of a pint of the
bt-Bt vinegar, forms a good wash for scurf
;n the head, It is to bo applied to the
roots ot the bair.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given some onterprisoinir man
iu The bulletin Building, which is now
offered for sulo on easy terms, wng time
Hud low rate of interest. The buildiotr
has rented for tho oast vear for
lil'ty to sixty-two dollars per mouth.
1 he property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story 10 x 45. His a frontage of 50
feet on Washinarton avenue and 150 feet on
l'.'th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, t&c, in the 2 story building
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or Joi n H Oberly, Bloom-
THE REGULAR CAIRO AND
A DAILY PACKET.
HENRY E. TAYLOR.,
Leaves Paducih for Cairo 4ady (Sunday except.
od) at 8 a.m. and JI mud City at 1 p m. Retaru
inu, Leaves Cairo alt p. in. Jloiina. city at Bp. ra
pAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Mondav, July JI. an'l nitil further
n-itlc . the fer-yboat I'hre e-k-it'S- wl ruaaa near
as poxeibleou tue following time table:
vb ucaves Ltarat
foot fourth st. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
" - -N 4 ,
6:3a a.m. 7:W. m, 7:0a. ra.
H 30 ' B:00 " 9; ill "
10:3 " ll:i)d u:i
i:0O p. m. i!: Hi p. in. 8:00 si, m.
I.eivn Lpkvo Leavo
Foot Fourth t. Kentucky Ld'g. Missouri Land's,
4:oop,m. 4:3) p. in 6:10 p.m.
On la.t trip leaving Kenta-kv Undine at 4 :,S0 o'clock
p. ni , the bont will ko to H rd. Point, mnklnil con.
necilun with T 4 SI . L pan cntrer -rain for Cairo:
Firm trip at.8:3') a. m. leaving Cairo. Will connect
with r. t at. U train leaving Cairo.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
KI.OUP- GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HUrhent Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Commercial Avenne and Eighth Street,
P. I1UOHS. President. I P. NKPF, Vice Pres'nt
11. WELLS, Cashier. 1 T. J. Korth, Ass't cash
F. Bross C!ro I William Klnw. .Cairo
I'oierNeff .. " William Wolf....
M fthHrt - ic.o.miBr........
E. A. Buder " I H. Well
. . . Y. Clomsoa, Caledonia.
AOBKRA', BANKING WTJ8INKH8 DONE.
Bxcbanir sold and boaiM. ' Intereil paid' U
the Havtnfts Department. . Collections made sua4
til buslneas promptly tUnde4 to.
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Frultt, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Have gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qua
iljr. Admitted by all who hare used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louia, Mo.,
I.kmr t.oull. Yrut O.aia, nr. Prlr.-i IVHa B.klaf
Powder, .nil Dr. Prla'. Calq.. FarfHMM.
WC MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COODB.
120 Broadway, Sew York,
of any Life In.urance Company
ITST THE WORLD.
it alone Issues
stipuhtlnu that the contract of Insurance "shall
not bo JlBDuted" alter it la threo years old,
and thnt such policies shall be
on receipt of satisfactory proofs of death,
Us policy Is clear aud concise, and contains
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
N. B. READ YOUR POLICIKS. Compare the
short and Htmplo lorui ued by the Equitable with
he long aud oliHcuru contracts loaded down with
technicalities IhhiiciI by other couipaiiioal
Its CASH RETURNS
to poller holders are
N. It 8ee the many letters from policy boldnrs
xprHsoluK their irratiflcailon with the returns front
their Ton tin a Savinus Fonu l'ouciss.
Iloouusie of lta
ABl ' III
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Securely Invented, nearly
IE. A. BUltNETT, Agent,
OtBts, sorner 10th and Washlogtoa.
Mowasbw M, mu uudsr