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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
Mayor N. B. TtiinUdWOod.
Treasurer T. J. Kerth.
Cli'rk Dentil. J, Foley,
roiiiiiiiliip Wdi. H. Utlbnrt.
Marabul-L. II. Meyer,
Attorney William Hendricks.
IUIIUI or ALUBHMIN.
r"lrsl Ward-Win. JlcHale.T. M. Kimbroogb.
Scroud Ward-Jesse liiukln, C. N. Hughe.
Third Wrd-IJ. K, Make, .John Wood.
Kuun ti Ward-Charle 0. Patter, Aileiph Swo
joda. Kifiu WardT. W. Ilallldar, Kruet Jl. Pattlt.
( Ifcmt Clerk -A. II. Irvln.
County Judi.'-K. r, Yociiiii.
County Clurk-R. J. Hum 111.
County Attorney .1. M. Ditinrnii.
County Treasurr--.Milu W. Parker,
hluifllf John Hodge.
Coroner K. Kltaneralu
county tnmlionirg T. W. Halllday, J.
Hlbhs and Peter haon.
I KO ll.U'TI -IT - Corner Tenth and Poplar
J street; pr::Uinil first and third Sunday In
ri. ii month. II a m. and 7:l p. in : prayer meet.
In.! T"Unrdiy,7:p. m ; Suudar school, :) am
K ' 1 Kt.v. A. .(. Pastor.
ni'l'MCH OK THK KEDiCMICKE'lcop,)
.i Fourteenth atreet; Hunday 7:00 a m., Uoly
w -iisnst ; H:t a. m , Hunday acbnol ; liHa.m.,
M.irulov; Prayers; a-.onp. m., Evenloft Prayer, r.
p. )n,:iiporl, H. T. B. Hector.
iMlifcT MISSION AHY BAPTIST CHTJHCU.
V l'i. . blni! at 10:) a. u... i p. in., and 7:80 p. m.
kI.i.mi, . bool at 7:i p. m Kev. T. J. Hburei,
I I lllKKANVrhlr'fiitb street; ervii.e Hal)
1 .ii 1 :.!. iu.; Buuday school 2 p. ui. Ret.
ft'ii !e, pant jr.
MKTHoIHST- Cor. Eighth and Waluot street,
Pr-nrlili.e Sahbatb 11 :) . m. and 7:) p.m.
Mmday tv.hool at 4:oop. in. Kev J. A. Bcarretl,
1 J Ki.slt YTKKIAN Klnhtb street: preachlnir on
I Sahbatb at 11:00 . m.and 7:) p. m.; prayer
mwtini: WiHliienday at 7:) p.m.; Sunday Bchaol
al 3 ( m. Kev B. V. Oaorie, pastor,
c-r Joseph 8-i Roman Catholic) Corner Cms
O .! Walnut stroow; service Sabbath 10:SOa.
31.; tM.nday School at'i p. m. ; Vesper 8 p. m. ; r
nri f "vcrj- day at a. in. Kev. O'Uara, PrletU
ot PATRICK'S -(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
0 i'"i and Washington avenue; (erflces Bab
oat ti 1 mid lu a. m.; Vesper S p. m.; Sunday School
1 p. ia. t r vice every day at 0 a.m. Ret. Maatenwo
II. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
T!lISS IlKI'AKT. TRANS ABKIT1.
Mail 8:05 a.m I tMall 4:uoa.m
Aeconi'dation.ll:10a.m Kxurem ll:10a. in
tExpreri J:f0 p.m I Accomdatlo..4:15 p.m
MISS CENTRAL R. It.
tMall 4:8.1 a.m tMall ... .. 5:O0p.m
tKxprcss 10:18a m tKipress 11:80 a.m
ST. L. A C. R. R. (Narrow Gauge.)
Expns- 105 a.m I Kiprtnoi 4:35 p.m
Accotn'datiun. l:J0p.m I Accom'daU)ln 12:05 p.m
ST. L., l.M . . R R-
Express ll:0p.m I tExprcaa ... 2:50 p m
tAccom aation. ;30p.m I tAccom'datlon 11:45 a.m
WABASH, ST. LOl'IS A PACIFIC B'YCO.
Mail A Km .... 4 45 vm 'Mali A Ex.... 9:3) p.m
Dally except Sunday, t Dally..
MOBILE A OHIO H K
Mail .:05a. m. I Mall 8:V)p. rn.
Kxprem :0j a. m. Exprcaa .e:5op. m.
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RL'N AS FOLLOWS.
ExnrcM and Mall li-avo Cairo. ry day except
Hunday. at 10:25 a. m. Arnv.a 4:35 p. m.
Accommodation arrlvci at li:05 p. m. and de
parti at 1:) p. m.
Walnut St., near 1 iJth.
SUMMEtiTEKM, from July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TUITION FOR TEKM
J. 1 10
Common School. Academic aud Commercial
HKN11Y 1'LiO YD, Teueher.
Q.EOUOE It. LEACH, M. I).
Physician and Surgeon.
Bpuclat attention paid lo the Homeopathic treat
nu ut of nurslcal diiuarjea, and di(e8 of women
Ufflci": Oullth (treet. opponlto the ToBt Ofllco,
J-yU. W. (J. JOCffLYN,
O F 1" I C B-Kighth Htrwt. neaf Comperclal Avbiibm
pit. E W. WniTLOCK,
; ,n tnl Siir?con.
Ornci-No. 139 Commercial Avonue, between
Jtghlh ana ilium
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'S PATENT
Wholosalo Dealer in loe.
ICE V Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
r.OKED FOR 8UIPPING
Oiw Ioada a Specialty.
n r IP I O K I
Cor,TveU'tli Street and Levee,
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -V1 STATES.
On and atlr Monday, July 21, and until further
nolle, the furry boat Three State will run a near
an poMlbleon the following time tablo:
MiTI LIAITia LIATXB
foot Fourth at Mleaourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
6:30 a. m.
2:00 p. m.
Foot Fourth it.
7:30 a. m.
Kentucky Ld'g. MliBOurl Laud'g.
4:30 p. m. 8:10 p. ra.
On last trip leaving Kentucky landing at 4 ::yio'clock
p. m., the boat will go to Blrda Point, making con
nection with T. A St. L. pafonger train for Cairo.
Flrattrip at 8:30 a. m. leavinir Cairo. Will connect
wttb T. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life lmuranct Company
IN THE WOULD.
it alone lianei
ftipulattnij that the contract of Iniurance "ha!l
not be aiamtea titer it i tnrev yeva oiu,
and that eucb policies (hall be
on receipt of aatietactory pruofi of death.
iti policy l clear and conclee, and cuntalni
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
H.B.-READ YOUR POLICIES. Comparu tlio
ihort and iltuple form acd by the Bnultable wlili
V. . I.t,.-. mi, A nkajiiii onnlrala In ( I (Lmn u'll It
UP IUII UURWUIV vvuiiabw lunuvu "U" U "iM
technlcalltlea laiued by other compaulctl
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holdon are
N B.-8eo the many letter from policy holditri
their Tohiini SavinuiFukd Touch.
Because of Its
Assets Securely Invested
Surpluf 8ecurely Iuvestetl, nr,y
E. A. BURNETT. Agent.
Offlca, eorn.r Wth mv' waaUlnRtoi.
Sovamber U4, ll. n3dw
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20. 1882.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CHAM. CUNNING-
:30 I'. M. Anuet lit, IBs;,
AiiKimt. Si'ptember. October.
$ f; 47 H
$;i to $: 55
"' ; 7I1-
'IK 8h, itli.
a:30 1'. M. CIohIijk.
J1 81'S 1 37U 50
1 tri UH (ITJj
7 T5'4 74
W. F. LAHUDiff, river nrtltor of I'ae Hui.i.tih
and itcambot pu'nu:'or ant. Ordur for all
klndaof atoainhoat Job piintlni; ollclted. Olllce
at Planter Hotel, No. M Ohio lovee.
STAGES OK TUB RIVEU.
The river marked by the gauge las' even
lDg at 4 o'clock at this port 19 fuel 0
inches and falling.
Pittsburg, Aug. 190 p. m River 1 feet
I! inches anJ rising.
Cincinnati, Aug. 190 p. m. River 11
foet 9 inches and falling
Louisville, Aug. 196 p. ni. River 7
feel 2 inches and stationary.
Nashville, Aug. 190 p.m. River 7 feet
1 inch and falling.
St. Lou'ih, Aug. 190 p.m. River 13 feet
2 inchusand falling.
The City of Providence from Vicksburg
arrived last evening at '6 o'clock. She had
a fair up stream trip and departed for St.
Louis at 4 p. m.
The ferryboat Three States did a big
business yesterday in the way of passengers
who came over to see the big circus.
R'.'tnetnber the Jas. W. QuiT from 3Iem
phis U due here to-night for Ciucinuati.
Capt. Bob Wise in command. V. F.
Lambdin, passenger agent will furnish
tickets at reasonable rates.
The Paris C. Brown left Cincinnati for
New Orleans last evening, will report here
about Wednesday night.
Cincinnati papers says the Guiding Star
will leave there this week for New Or
leans. The Ous Fowler will lay over to dar,
consequently the only chance to go up the"
Ohio is the GafT.which will go up this eve
ning. We were surprised to see Capt. Taylor, of
the Fowler, out so soon, ns we heard only
a day or two since that ho was quite sick,
but he was on duty yesterday.
The W. P. llalliday, from St. Louis, ar
rived at 4 p. m. yesterday. She will leave
this morning for New Orleans.
The City of Helena passed down last
night for Memphis.
The Andy Baum for Memphis is due
early this morning. Seo W. F. Lambdin',
passenger agent, for rates. .
The circus last night took our composi
tors by storm, consequently the river this
morning is on (he decline.
PERSONAL APPEARANCE OF JESUS.
A correspondent of tho Washington
Chronicle writes: "On Sunday last, Rev.
D.Newman delivered a discourse upou
the hiuuauity of Jesus Christ, in which ho
stated that nothing had been handed down
to us in regard to His personal appearance,
many different views being entertained on
that Bubject. Inclosed you will find a
letter writeu by Publeous Lontulm, preai.
dent of Judea, and sent by him to the sen
ate of Rome, when the fame- of Jesus bo-
nQn fA or.I nl,.'l Jn 0. wrlrl Thoao
are his words:
"There lives at this time in Judea a man
of singular virtue, whoso name is Jusub
Christ, whom the barbirianR esteem a
prophet, but his own followers adore him
as the offspring of tlm immortal God. He
calls back the dead from thoir graves, and
ueais au sons oi diseases Willi a word or
touch. He is tall and well shaped; of an
auncal, reverend aspect. Ilia hair of a
color that can hardly be matched,
falling into graceful curls below his ears,
and very agreeably touched on his slioul
ers, parted on the crowu of his head,
like the Naearity.
"His foiuhcad ia smooth nnd large; his
cheeks without other spot, save that of a
lovelj red His nose and mouth formed
withxquUito symetry; Ida beard thick,
and (a color'suitablo to the hair of His
ljead,Hcliiug au fnch below his chin aud
PwUnin tho middle like a fork; Ilis eyes
""Khtsloar and serene; Ho robitkes with
majostjcouncils with mildness: Hi
acUIresswhetherin worjs or deed buing
o'int,J n-rnvit. TCn Hum I,...
meh i n 111111
uihehaa went freouontlv. ir. j.
for!, Arftt6,mo,,U8t Bwiso;a man,
iui .ti. ..i i .... '
tlolurn . U 7 ttna dlvino PurfC'
6 ."v viiittuuij m men,
MEN WOMEN AND BOOKS.
KPITKniN THE INTEREST OF THE CAIRO
"Arcliuiibroder' of the No Namo series
just received fit tlm library is treuhly writ
ten, has a simple yet interesting plot,
brightly and faithfully describes several
types of New York and New England char
acters. Readers of Pan ay 'd books will bo de
lighted with her latest and best work en
titled "Mrs. Solomon Smith Looking On."
Two summer novels well worthy of pe
rusal are "Dick's Wandering!" by Julian
Sturgisand "An Echo of Passion" by
"Mabel Vaughn" by tho author of tho
Lamplighter has been out of print tor soino
years and is now brought out in a uew edi
tion, which will bo welcomed by a new
generation of readers. When this work
was first published, was hardly less popu
lar than tho "Lamplighter" and was pro
nounced by critics even better than that
In order that our young readers may
judge tho respective merits of each, both
books have men ordered for the library.
Our youug people hhould read "French
History for English Children." Tho Lon.
don. Times says : ".Miss Brook has sue
seeded admirably; her book is lucidity
itself. She has left nothing that is wcrtb.
noting. She has made her concise story
attractive as well as instructive. More ad
vanced students may read the bouk with
"The Tallahassee Girl" one ot theR)Und
Robin series is a fair picture of the life and
ambition of the New Smth. Miny des
criptive passages portrays one of the lovli
est and least unknown regions in the Re
public with rare freshness, simplicity and
C. L. B. C. COMMENCEMENT. TWO THOUSAND
Bishop Warren's address, elegant ad
dresses by Rev. A. D. Vail. D. D., Pres
ider.t Lewis Millar, Dr. Lyman Ab'ioit,
Bishop W. W. Warren, Dr. W. C Wilker
son, John B. Gaugh, Dr. L. W. B.igbee,
and Superinten iant J. M. Vincent.
CHATAUOUa'8 GREATEST DAY.
The graduating exercises of the Seinor
class of the C. L. S. C. on Saturday in
intererest surp-issed everything previously
witnessed at an assembly. Tho day was
as beautiful as was ever made. The streets
full of people moving to and fro. From
various sources the people surged toward
the Hall of Philosophy, to a Thought
ful mind the scene was a study. Four
years ago some eight thousaud people, liv
ing in different countries, eutered upou
a source of reading and study covering a
wide range of liturature. They had now
passed an examination, and were about to
receive their diplomas. Many of the grad
uating class were on tho grounds. Tho
preparations for this ceremony were of tho
most elaborate kind. Bishop Warner,
tho inimitable orator was to deliver
an address. Dr. lucent had made Ins pre
parations with such precision that every
part was about to be realized. The crowd
the music, the ceremonies, the oration, the
achievements oi the graduating class united
to make a real letter day in the Chautau
qua calander. Assembly Herald.
Mrs. II. II. Candeo represented tho C. L.
S. C. of this city at Chautauqua and was a
member of the senior class who graduated
August 12th uuder tho most favorable aus
pices. Mr. W. D. Howells, who is now abroad,
will spend the winter in Italy, and dining
his Btay in R mio will probibly bo the guest
of Mr. Elihuo Vedder.
There was recently au interesting sale of
old furniture and curiosities at a villa near
Genoa: Tho gem of tho collection was a
'ironzo Mercury, attributed by somo of Ben
cuuio o-'ij,,; ttn, j Was nurrhod fur
120,000 for a museum in Germany. A pic
ture by Meissotder, about fifteen inches by
ten inches, a single figure of a cavalier
playing n juitar, fetched $5,100; a while
elephant k Dresden chiua. bearing a clock
went for f 1,400 ; a Salvator R. )sa sold for
f 3,000; am' two very handsome carved oak
cabinets, pmelsand figures of old carving
but together, a perfect malch, brought !,.
A compiiiiy has been formed, ami the
survey ha been nearly completed, Un
building a new standard guagu
railroad fr,)m Van Buren,
Arkansas to this city. The road will puss
through some of the best cotton country in
the south, owning up to Cairo merchants
and capital ts field of action.
This is tin third road now in tiroinsa
of constructki toward this city from dif-
icrentairocti.ns, tho other too buimr tlm
Texas and Cairo narrow iruairo and th
Cairo and Charleson (IHH.) narrow gungo.
Tho last named railroad ia HOW lininrr an.
tivoly pushed, about twenty- five miles of it
being already built. These thrrn road.
together with tho six roads already center
Ing here, will make Cairo tho most imported
railroad center In the stuto outside of Chicago.
W. C. COUP'S SHOWS.
Candor compels the acknowledgement
that the above named shows or. rather.
combination of shows, which cavo two
performances in this city yesterday, was
one of tlio best institutions of its kind that
ever visited this city. There was a
larger tttreet , caravan, aud, general
ly, more interesting performance,
than at former Bhows, Aud it seems that
the peoplo gwncrally expected that this
would bo so, or th namo of the proprietors
carried conviction with it in advance, for
the tents were crowded to thoir fullest ca
pacity at both performances, and all were
well pleased, as was evident from the ap
plause which frequently greeted tho per
formers. In tho side show tents there were many
new and Interesting features, seen only in
Coup's shows, and tho menagerie tent
was well stocked with One specimens of
wild beasts ot varid discriptions. But the
circus tent proper was, of course, the prin
cipal attraction. Tho perform tnces were
in some respects the same as usual,
but there were a number of new features
which made them doubly attractive. There
was no deception. All that had been ad
vertised was done, and that too without a
hitch or anything that marred the pleasure
of the audience. Among the new features
may be mentioned the ladder act of the
Gladiator Bros; The high wire bycicle per
f'ornunce ot Miss Ell.i Zuela; the trotting
act of Mr. F. Melville; the exciting chariot
Theshowleft lat night in twenty three
cars belonging to Mr. Coupe on the Wabash
road, enroute for Indiana. Several of Pink
ertons detectives attended the shows, aud
they, with the assistance of the local police
headed by Ciiief Myers, kept perfect order
in the city and about the tent all day.
Tlio Loudon Tiu.s my of American
tourisU: "Upon i!:. w'noic, while they
can learn smin thiiij: from ns, wo may
learn much from il.t.m, mhI it w-oulil
be well that the I'ii-I'mi tom-ist wonhl
meet advances from his tnuwitlnntic
cousins more than h.".!f-w:iy. for they
are frank, open, and well-intentioned
people, with no more titan their lawful
Bhare of national prejudices."
In Vain, Alas! in Vain.
Miss Spinks (fishing, and expecting
the obvious reply) "Ah, Mr. Poodle.
by. they say that beauty was tho rule
among the Greeks, while with us it is
Poodlesby (thinking of Poodlesby)
. "Ah really now, I defy anyone to look
nround this room and say that ugliness
is not tho exception."
Miss S. (easing again) "I hope you
do not consider mo ouo of the excep
tions, Mr. Poodlesby."
P. (absently) "Ah, exceptions provo
the rule, you kuow, prove Iho rule
prove the rule." liurcanl Lampoon.
"How do I manage to rid myself ol
bores?" said a woman of the world.
"Nothing is easier. When I want to
send n man away I talk to him about
myself. When I want him to stay in
definitely I talk about himself."
ST. JOSEPH'S LORETTO APAHKW
KOUNDKD, 180. CH.UUKUKD 1804.
This institution, uuder the direction of
the Sisters of Loretto, is situited in the
most tdevated and healthful locality in th
city; commanding a view of both tho Ohio
and Mississippi rivers. The new building
erected in place of the one lately destroyed
ny ine is more commniiious and comforta-
mo man mo oui uuu, unci the grounds are
more extensive and beautiful I v klmd..,!
Parents and guardians may bo assured that
. i ..:... i . : i . , ,
iiR-ii cuuurun nun warns will receive the
most vigilant attention am) careful scholas
tic training, 'lhe f untitles for tho trans
mission of pupils to ami from tliia
institution are unsurpassed; via
rivers; the Ohio and Mississippi
the Illinois Central railroad, Wa
bash railroad, St. Louis & Cairo railroad,
and Texas narrow gungo railroad are af
fording a never failing communication with
tho city of Cairo. The usual academic
course oi kiiiiihics is taught at
this institution. Tho scholastic
year ia divided into two sessions
ot twenty weeks each; (h. first opening on
tho first Monday in September, the second
commencing with the first Mondav in
February and terminating at the expira
tion of tho forty scholastic weeks.
Terms per session of twenty weeks,
Board and Tuition in common branches,
70. Hoard and tuition in higher branch
es, 7o. Music extra. (Argus copy 2w.
TUB KHGL'LAH CAIRO Avn
jG US FOWLER,!;!
HEN It Y K. TAYLOll .-. Maator
OEO. JOURS f'U.k
LeiLVlis Parltlnsli tnr rulv. .l.li .. . M .
jid) at 8 a.m. and Mound Oily at 1 p m. Keturn
lug, LcavuCalroat4 p. in. Mouud. City at 5p. m.
will cure dysnepsia.heartburn, mala
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
and other wasting diseases.
enriches the blood and purifies tha
system; cures weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Try a Lottie.
h the only Iron preparation that
does not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, as
other Iron preparation will.
Ladies and all sufferers from neu
ralcja, hysteria, and kindred com
plaints, will find it without an equal.
MUTUAL All) SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE IXSUR.
WIDOWS' & 0KPJIANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrsanUeil Julvl ltli, 11177, Vnuhr tlm Law o
the State or Illinois, CopvrlKlitcdJulv
, 1H77, 1'niler AetofCointrus.
JAS. 8. McdAREY p,.M.n,
.1 It. KOH1 N HUN . . . . . . . U vi'cPre. IS
.I S. I'KTKIK f Medical Adviser
tD. II. WHITE Assistant Becretajy
F XlfiUUTIVE COM M it r K IC .
Win P. PITC -'Kit. I.. S. THOMAS,
W. C JUCHLYM, K VINCENT.
WILL T. KEHUL'HN.
HOAUH OP MANAGKIig; '
J. A. (ioldntlno, of Ool.Nthi,) ,fc ,Hi-mvatir, whole
fale aiidreru drv .od.!.!.-.: .IH. s. Metial oy.
lumber dealer; W... K. -.L.-laor. wn-ral aZit
Albert Lcwla, dealiir in Hour and irraln: L '
looms, bricklayer; M... PiniUpH. contractor
fid builder; II ,V. I'lmmM,,,, rcr; "b'm.
Lewis, amotary and attorney m law ' w ii
Man-an, INnvmiatloo physician: 11 Sander, of
Sadler Son. wrocers; It, II iwird, tri.,.t t.
visor; Kd H White, ass't ,e. W. o, fit A ill
cletv;.I.W.Spl.,r. lnmr and . w mill K L
nu"? r;"'r..i E 11 l)ll'"'"'. clerk W.. St I..'
k i V . K,f ""r m"l:bant tailor: J.-IT M.
I lark, dealer In wall paper an I window shades; J.
h KtiKllsb, contractor and bulldur; WiMT. Itud
hurn, of Morau A Wmlburn, cluar mantifactiirur;
K. Vlncoiit, dealer m tline a d cemout; L A.
Phe ps, ,,hototfr,ipher; W C Jo.elvn. dentist; 3
ll.Iaber.mru. j.nvelor; ,r. II. Kouln.on.J P. and
noiary nubile; J. H p.-tr e, tdivalclaii H W
Hos.wlcl,. uura..re a,,.,,,, K. K Jarboo.'foriu an
Ht.Oas mains, and K K. Walhrnli, lumber and '
jaw-mill, of Cilro; . I.ehrouVras
luirK, Ky.; J.W. Tarry, physician, Pultou, Ky.
VAKIKTV tilOHK. '
-EW VOllK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Slock
IN" TIIW CITY.
GOODS SOLD VEKY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI Kit Sc CO..
Cor.Nlneunnthfireutl Patiux Y11
ConimrclalAMn lttlTOf lU