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CAIRO . B CJLLETIN.
CAIRO ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1882.
Treasurer T J.Kerth.
Clerk Ucnnli. J, Foley.
CounselorWin. B. Gilbert.
MitrHlml L. H. Meyers,
Attorney William Henrii-Uke.
HUAHU Of ALDIHMIK.
First Wsrd-Win.McllaRT. M. Klmbrouglt.
rtHruuii Ward-Jeseo lliukle, C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward H. P, Ulnke, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patler, Adoipb 8wo-
'' "Fifth Werd-T. W. Halllday. Krnwt B. Pettlt.
Circuit .Iidue I). ,1. (Inker.
IIVIIII 1'ium ta . .. ..
County Judge It. S Yocum.
l'l..r.H .1. It'll , III
Circuit t'luric a. it. irvin.
.VIl.l..J .,., .
County Attorney J. M. Dunrn
i.'ouiity Tre;inurur Mllua W. l'u
. . i.r I ..1. .....
Corouer-K. Fluiicral'l , ., ,. ,
County Comuili'lonora-T. W. Hrtlltoay, J.
frlhhs and Peter Kaop.
CKK) nVPTHr. -C rnr Tonth and Poplar
; street."; preaching timt and Ulrd Sundays tu
car.niuoutb.il v m.andTMd j. ,m.; prayer meet
ing Tburaday, 7:t. " : Sunday school, :a.ra
Kev. A. .1. IlK.Jtf, Pastor.
IMIUIU'JI OF I'll IS R fc 0 K K M K 11 -- B pi ecnpa' )
j Foort'iunth street; Sunday 7:00a m., Holy
Km-harM; ; a. in ., Huo'lay tool ; 1 oJa.ui.,
MorulnK i'mrura; h-.iioji. m., Evening Prayers. P
p. Invito port, rt. T. H. Beelot.
;jl;T MlbNIO.NARY HUTIHT CUL'KCU.
V i'rwhlMr at lo:t a. n... 3 p. in., and 7:30 p. m.
. al.bstb h(;boil at "::) p. in Ki;t. T. J. Hhures,
I I ill KUAN
I t hath l:W a
hii.'iU'e, pan r
-Thirteenth itri-et; servlt.es Hab
. in ; Huod&y acbuol i P- in. Kev.
for. Kii'hth and Waluot etrrets,
l-unday scIdoT at n:xjp. m.
l l'r. .). n n Ai
; riabhatli ll:uo. m. aiinT:su p. m.
Key. J. A. ncarreu,
1 U r. S H Y T C. K I A N -Elcb t b street; preaching on
MihUth at 11 :W) a. tn aud 7:30 p. m.; prayer
mwllm. Wtdueedar at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday Schuol
at 3 p. n. Kbv b. Y. 'ieor.ee, paator.
T. JOSEPH S -vlloinan Catholic) Corner Cross
0 aud Walnot streets; services tUhbath 10:) a.
.; Sunday rkhool at i p. m.; Veire 1 p. m.; aor
r;ct ever day at 8 a. tn. Kov. U'Hsra, Priest.
ST. PA rKICK'B-Otoman Catholic) Corner Nlnlb
iruut and Wanblntlon atdnue; rrlei 8ah
oatb a and 10 a. m.; Venpera 3 p. m.; Hnnday School
1 p. iu. a rvtwa ory day at a m. Re. Mister'"
II. II. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CESTBAL IL R.
TIHINI riSI-lllT. TnANBRI.
Mall ...S:(lia.m Mall 4:0Ja.m
Aeconrdallou.il MUa.m Kxfrvn 11:10 a. in
tExpri-M S W p.m. I 'Acerimdatlo..4;l5 p.m
M1SH CENTRAL R. K.
fMall 4:: a m I t.Mall..... .. 5:(Wp.iu
tExprem 10:15a ro tExprcM 11:80 a m
ST. L. C K. K (Narrow Oaue.)
Exprvn to:35 a. m I EiprM 4::iSp.m
Accom'datloii. 1 :) p.m 1 Actota datoln 12:05 p.m
8T. L.. I.M. A 8. K. R.
ExproM ll:)p.m I tExprtn . S:V p m
tAecom oation. x:p m tAccom'datlon.U:45a.m
WABASU. 8T. L01.IH PACIFIC R'Y CO.
Mull A t .... 4:45 vra I MU & Ex.-- P m
Daily except Sunday- t Daily.
mobile onion, r;
Mall j6:05a. m. I Mil...M....R:W p. ro.
BxprcM 6:t a. ra. Kxprew :W p. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAIN'S RUN A3 FOLLOWS.
Exprcaaaml Mall lcavea Cairo. Tery day except
8unday. at 10:25 a. m. ArriT,a 4:35 p. m.
Accommodation arrlvea at 12:05 p. m. ana o
parta at 1:20 p. m.
EOROE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsioian and Surgeon.
Spoclal attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of miri;lcal dloai'i, and diaeaava of women
Oillce: On lllh dtreet, oppoflte the Pot OIBcc.
U. W. C. JOCVLYN,
OFKK'E-Elrhtb Htroot. nr Comnnrria? Ava'ire
JR. E W. WlilTLOCK,
Ornra No. 1SH Commercial Avonaa, b'itwacn
EKbtb and Ninth Street
HIE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Ol Cairo. IlItjioiH.
71 OHIO LEVKE.
A General Banking: business
TIIOS. W. IIAIjLIDAY.
pUTERPRlSB SAVtNG BANK.
01 Cairo, ' .
KXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. y. IIALLIDAY,
Whilt other Baking Powder art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
hat been kept unchanged in all it original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its living received the highoet testimoni
ale from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, fro
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKIN3 POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St. Loula, Mo
uafuUran ( Lapalli T.aat Ami, Dr. PrtM't plal
ITIk.vrlai balfacu, aa4 Dr. Price', CalqM F.rfnBM.
The Cairo & Mound City
iA. B. SAFFORD
W. H.MOORE, Master.
From "eptember 5th until further notice will
make trip a foliowa:
I.eavean Cairo at 7:30 a. ra., 11 :00a.m. and 4:30
Learea Mound Cltv at 8:30 a. m., 1:30 p. m. and
6:3i p. m.
Can hieneged forexcaralona any evening after
FERRY HO AT
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -isE&i STATES.
On and after Mondav. Jnly il, and until further
nolle '.thti ferry boit fbree Statea will ran as near
aa pnxaibloon tae followlDii time table:
MATIt LXAfXI LXATXI
Foot Ponrth at. MlMonrl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:8!la. m. 7:00 a. m. 7:30 a.m.
R:30 " 9:00 " :H0 "
10:30 " 11:00 " 11:30 "
2:00 p.m. 2::wp. m. 3:00 a, m.
Leave Leave Leave
Foot Ponrth at. Kentncky Ld'g. Mieiourl Land'g.
4:oo p.m. 4:3op. m 6:10 p.m.
On last trlploivlnirKentiKltv1andlnRat4:3no'elock
p. m., the boat will vn tn Hlrn Pni.'jt, m".!:!ns coa
neciton with T. A St". L. pi.ensT train for Cairo.
Flrattrlp at :;10 a. m. leavinu Cairo, Will connect
with T. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
THE REGULAR CAIRO AND 1'ADUCAH
HENRY K. TAYLOR - Master
GEO. JOURS Clerk
Leaves Paducah for Cairo daily (Sundays except
od) at 8 a.m. ami .Mound City at 1 p m. Return
ing! Loaves Cairo at! p. m. Mound. City at 5 p. m.
FLOUP- GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hlnheit Cuh Price Paid for Wheat.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CnAS. CUNNING
0:30 A- M September 27, .2.
September. October. November.
121 25 $20 70
1 03 113 :)
CI Bl 0
NEW YORK, SEPT 1, 1882.
Wheat R. W. $1 03 Al 12 No 3 R. W. $1 0
I 05 Corn No. 2 76Kc
W. F Lambdim, rlr:r editor or fun UuLLaTin
and iteamboit panenier a-it-nl. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job punting solicited. Olllco
at Planters Hotel, No. M Ohio levee.
HTA0E8 OF T11K RIVKR.
The river markoil by tho gaugo last
evening at this port, 12 feet 4 incites and
Pittsburg, Sept. 27-0 p. in River 3 feet
7 inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Sept. 27 6 p. tu. River 10
feet 7 inches and falling.
Nashville, Sept. 276 p.m. River 2 feet
0 inches and falling.
St. Louis, Sept. 27-0 p. m. River 7 feet
11 inches and falling.
The John B. Maude to-day for Memphis.
Look out for the W. P. Halliday for
New Orleans to night.
Th s Hudson from St. Louis tor Paducah
and Shawneetown to-night.
The Con3. Millar from Memphis passed
up last night with a fino trip.
Yesterday was a beautiful and pleasant
day and business on the "boom."
The City of Helena from Memphis passed
up for St. Louis yesterday morning.
You will find the City of Cairo to-morrow
at our wharf for Vicksburg. She
comes from St. Louis.
Capt. Harvey Thompson, after a severe
malarial attack, is out again and will soon
be readv to go to work.
The fair at Paducah opened yesterday to
an immense crowd of people, nnd it prom
ises to be a grand success.
The City of Vicksburg from below ar
rived at 1 p. ra. yesterday, and left for St.
Louis at 2. She was flying light.
The J. W. Gaff from Cin. arrived here at
1 p. ru. yesterday, and departed at 4 for
Memphis. She was loaded flat and full of
The new Mary Houston from Cincinnati
arrived here yesterday evening at 2:30.
She had fine trip of freight and people,
and looked as fresh as a morning glory.
She leaves for New Orleans this morning.
On the arrival last evening of the Golden
Crown from New Orleans, Mr. John Shay,
the Stewart, received a telegram from his
family stating that his son received a
paralysis stroke nn Monday lost, from
which he will likely not recover. Mr. S.
took the train for home last night.
A cabin boy or tcxas tender on board of
the Golden Crown died last evening, just
as the boat came in sight of the city. Capt.
Shinkle, through the kindness of Capt. W.
P. Wright who is freight agent here for tho
Big 0 line, succeeded in getting a burial
permit for the body.
The Gus Fowler is the reliable safeguard
tor the traveller who wishes to go up tho
Ohio river this evening to Paducah and
points above. Capt. II. E. Taylor, one of
the most polito and popular mariners that
walks tho decks of anybody's Bteamboat.
is in command, and Georgo Jobes iu the
office, assisted by Billy Marshall, conduct
the business of the oillce with satisfaction
The familiar Phiz, of Capt. Will Har
mon of Nashville, loomed up last evening
unexpectedly, He came down on tho
Fowler on business, relativo to his littlo
steamer Silverthorn, which ia now lying at
Paducah and is as pretty as Bho can be,
entirely renovated and refurnished. 8ho
now stands a "one" on bouk of inspection,
and will likely run from Cairo to New
Madrid as a regular packet. We can assert
definitely tho latter part of this week what
tho captain will do.
A full feeling after meals, dyspopsia,
heartburn, and general ill health relieved
by Brown's Iron Bitters.
Uso The Cairo Bclletin porroratod
scratch-book, made of calendered . juto
munilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in turoo sites, at the office. No. 2 aud
8. five and ton cents each by tho single one,
by the dozen. Special discount ou gross
lota to the trade.
OUR BICYCLE EXCURSIONIST.
OUT IN NEBRASKA LOST ON THE PLAINS
THE FIRST PATCH ON HIS ABKKVIATKD
Perhaps this is a slang way of express
ing the situation, but it conveys the right
idea very well,ttrid gives the reader tho im
pression that the writer is still alive and
able to wiggle along in good stylo.
On Wednesday morning of last week I
left Council Bluffs, crossed tho river and
remained in Omaha till after dinner, and
then started on my tour across Nebraska.
I am now about 135 miles from Omaha,
though I have trtveled considerably more
than that to get hero by reason of being
misdirected and getting on wrong roads
several times. Wednesdiy evening I g it
all tangled up among a lot of prairie roads,
and losing my bearings, was out on the
plains till neatly ton o'clock at night. I
udmiuthat I was a little scared, for after
dark camo on I went fully three miles
without seeing a house, and not knowing
where I was, the prospect for spending a
cold, frosty night out on the "penirry"
began to bo just a little luminous, when I
came along by a how-e mrrnuuded by big
dogs, and slipping through tho lines id
some miraculous way without getting bit,
I found a lonely man, who put me y the
right track, and at about 0:45 the lights of
Elkhorn appeared to my gladdened eyes,
and I was saved.
I reached Central City, a pretty Utile
plucc of 1,200 or 1,500, Friday evening,
and Stttuiday I spent in putting the first
ugly patch on my abbreviated pants, darn
ing my bicycle stockings' and preparing
newspaper correspondence. I am getting
tough now, and a bent pin on a chuir
would have few terrors for me at present.
Sunday I spent in quietly resting, and to
day I continue my journey across the state.
I have yet to travel tbree hundred miles
through Nebraska, and four hundred miles
before reaching Cheyenne City, in Wyoming
where I expect to spend next Sunday.
The first thirty miles in Nebraska I
found quite hilly, though after that the
roads were quite levely, though very sandy
fully one- half the time, making difficult
wheeling, besides having a strong wiud to
push against nearly all the way. They
are having an Indian scaro in the western
part of this state; don't know whether I
will join it when I get there or not. It
would be roil mean in the"noblc red men"
to turn in and scalp my bicycle after I had
worked so hard to come so far, wouldn't it?
I am now riding through tho beautiful
Platte valley. It is from five to twenty
miles wide, and is simply lovely. Away
off in the distance, on either hand, is a
row ot bluffs that add beauty and grand
eur to the scene, especially as I now have
none of them toclimb. The lan 1 is very
rich, but there are thousands and thou
sands acres that luve never yet felt tho
plow, and are only awaiting the hand of
the skillful farmer to become rich in fruit
and grain. Thus far I fiud the
crops in Nebraska have been good this
year. Corn will turn out well, as most of
it is too far advanced for these early fronts
to injure it. Some are already husking.
They have few fences in this state; what
they do have are mostly of barb wire or
willow hedge. All stock is honied. Towns
are generally small, and there are few that
go as high as five thousand in population,
and they aro getting farther and farther
apart as I go west. On this account, and
tho distance between houses oq the road,
traveling is getting "lonesomer" every day.
Every once in-a while somo kindly disposed
person seeks tt? cheer my lonely spirit by
looking serious and saying: "Better keep
your eyes open for Indians and cow boys,
young man, for you don't know at what
time they may bo after you." But I have
already seen one cow boy, and he looked
anything but savage. Ho camo from tho
Sucker state; and when ho told mo of it I
almost wanted to hug him, it seemed so
long since I have seen anyone from "Old
Illinoy." Ho gave mo some good pointers
concerning my route, and I went on my
way rejoicing. I am now following tho
emigrant trail across tho plains, which
keeps iu sight of the U. P. R. H. nearly all
the way to Cheyenne City.
Some attention is given to fino stock in
part of the state, though as yet I have seen
but few tine blooded cattle. It is to bo
hoped that this worthy branch of stock
farming will be more encouragod iu "Tho
sweet by and by." To hear the natives
talk, it is not much of a trick to make a
living in this part of tho stato, and to look
at the soil, it is easy to believe. Improved
land can be bought at from five to ten
dollars per acre. It will bring a very much
better price Borne of theso days. Much of
It is npw owned by speculators.
When I arrived at Coucil Bluffs; la., I
fouud a present awaiting me, It whs a
neat new bycyclo from "Tho John Wilkin
son Co., of Chicago, III. The machine is
of their latest model, very neat built and
stout ! I have ridden it from the Bluffs to
this point, and find it very easy to ride
and to tread, and will itart astride of it
for Cheyenne City to-day. To use the ex
pression of those I pass along the road,
"That's a mighty nice machine you got,
I will closo my letter by telling the kind
readers of tho TnK Bulletin that by this
time next week I expect to have seen sov
entl Indiana nnd cow boys of whom I will
tell them in my next letter.
Will. Rose, Bicycle Tourist.
Central City, Neb., 8opt. 25th.
He Got the Apple,
Sir Garnet Wolscly was remarkable aa
a boy for an iron will and a bull-dog
tenacity of purpose. One day ho climbed
a tree to got lit an especially tempting
apple, but the branch breaking, he feu
nnd broke his arm. Setting his teeth,
he started up the tree again, with the
broken limb dangling by his side; he got
the apple, and fainted from pain on
reaching the ground.
Brave Old Harney's Rank.
A Western reporter recently asked
Oen. Harney, the veteran of the Flori
da and Mexican wnrs, what his actual
rank on tho retired list was. ''Why,"
said be, "I'm a ; there, confound it!
I couldn't tell yon, to save roe, whether
I'm a Major-General or n brevet Major
General. Let's see; 1 guess it's a brevet;
but I don't know. But it makes no dif
ferencerank is for younger men."
The Lick Observatory.
The Lick Observatory, in California,
is well under way. It is on Mount
Hamilton, thirteen miles from San Jose,
and nearly 4,500 feet above sea level,
with an unobstructed view of tho heav
ens, except a small part of the north
eastern horizon, shut out from view by
a neighboring mountain peak. There
are to be two domes, In one of which a
twelve-inch equatorial telescope is now
erected. The other is to . contain the
great thirty-six-inch telescope, the glass
es for which are now being ground at
Switzerland has decided by a large
vote against compulsory vaccination.
She cannot be made to believe that Dr.
Jenner's discovery is as innocent and
at the same timo so important U5 is
If YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PAT1EU & GO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 PairA Til
Commercial Avenne villi U J 11
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATKNT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
IC'F P Y THK CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
?M!KED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Oor, Twelfth Street aud Levee,
13 StovoM 13
S Tinware. S
OUD1NANCK NO. 07.
An ordinance extending New Leveo street,
lie It ordained by the City Council of the cltv of
Section 1. That New Lovee street In said city
lie and the same Is hereby (tendd tiortbwar lly
on Its present course, to tbu Intersi-c.lon of said
entonsloti of Now Levee street with Washington
svo' UhI i said city
Section 2. Thai tho deed from S.Htaats Taylor and
Edwin Parsons, trustees ol Cairo Trust Proper
ty, O'liivuvlng to the city of Cairo, the ground over
which said extunslonof New Levee it root extends,
be aud t tin sumo la hereby a cepted; and the oltji
cle-k Is directed to Hie ald deed for record Id tha
recorder's oilloe of Alexander county, Illinois.
Approved September th 2Mb. A. I). 1881
N. U. TUISTLEWOOD.Mavor.
Attest D. J. Foi,it. City Clerk.
Published la Dally BuUatla Sept, 98, A. D. 1683.
A great many people are .slcing
what particular troubles Brown's
Iron Litters is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative power is
simply because it purifies and en
riches the blood, thus beginning at
the foundation, and by building up
the system, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
Baltimore, Aid., May j, iSSo.
My health was much stuuiered by
Rheumtira when I commenced
taking Brown's Iron Bitters, and I
scarcely had strength enough to at
tend to my daily household duties.
Iam now using the third bottle and I
am regaining ttrengih daily, and I
cheerfully recommend it to all.
I cannot say too much in praise
of It. Mrs. Mary E. Brashsah,
ChrUtianaburir. Va.. 1881.
from which I could get no relief, 1
tried Brawn's Iron Bitten, which
aunermg irom aiuney disease,
cured me completely. A child of
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no appetite and did not seem to
be able lo eat at all, lgitvc him Iron
Bitters with the happiest results.
J. Kvlb Montagus.
After trying different physicians
and many remedies for palpitation
of the heart without receiving any
benefit, I was advised to try Brown's
Iron Bitters. 1 have used two bot
tles and never found anything that
gave me so much relief.
Mrs. JsMNit Ilass,
For the peculiar troubles to which
ladies a?e subjed, Crown's Iron
Bitters is invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
UREKA1 EUREKA! 1
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUB-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Ortcanlred July llth, 1877, Under the Laws 0
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
9, 1877, Under Act of Congress.
,IAS. H. MuCAHKY President
.1. H. KOHINHON m 1st Vice-President
M. l'UlLLU'tS 2nd Vlce-Presldunt
.1. A. (JOLllHTINE ...Treasuror
W.H. MARKAN I ' ' , .
J. 8. l'KTKIK I Medical Advisers
fnOMAS LEWIS'. Secretary
tu. u. white Assistant secretaay
Win. F. riTCRF.lt, I.. S. THOMAS,
W.C. JOCELYN, F. VINCENT,
WILL T. REDUUllN.
BOARD OF MANAGERS!
J. A. Goldstlnv, of Ooldstlne Sb Roaonwaler, whole
sale and retNil drv good, etc. ; Jaa. H. MeUehuy,
lumber dealer; W'cn. F. Pitcher, general aireut;
Albert Lewis, dualur In Hour and train: L. 8.
Thomas, bricklayer; Moses Phillips, contractor
and builder; 11. A. Chumbley, grocer; Tboa,
Lewis, aeeretary aud attoruuy-at-law; W, H.
lm..m.. IT 1 1. I .. .. V.. ...... I. . . ft U - .. J - - .
limiVMU. II-IUWH.IUIW I'lljaiUIBU , IS OBIIUUr, Ul
Hacder Jb Hon. (tracers; H, 11. ilalrd, atreet super
visor; Kd H White, ass't see. W. A O. M. A. Ho
cloty; J. W, Spier, lumber and a.'W.mlllt K. L.
Oerulgoti, barber; K B DletrlcU, clerk W.,8t L.
t P. R. K-i M. Kobier. mimhent tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper and window shades; .1.
B. English, contractor and builder; WiH T. Red
burn, of Moras A Kodhurn, direr mantifactarera;
r. rime ui, ueaier in, muo a ia cement; U A.
Phalps, photographer; W.C. Jocelvn. dentist; 8
II. Tabor, mrg. jeweler; J. II. Kohln.oa, J. P. and
notary nubile; J. 8. Petri e, phlolan; H. W.
Bowtwlck, Inauraacn agent; R. E- Jarboe. foremaa
St. Gas mains, and E E. Walbrtdg. lumber and
saw-mill, of Cairo; II. Lolghtoo. cashier Nat.
Moa.niaarv, iowa; iter. r. a, wnarrsoa, rryora
bug, Ky.,J.W. Tatry, pbjlciao,Kulton, Bjr.