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DAILY CAIRO B ULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1882.
Mayor N.H. Thlstlewood.
Treasurer T. J, Ke rlh.
Clerk Dennis. J, Koley.
Counselor--Win. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. II. Meyers,
Attorney Wlllism Hendricks.
BOAHU Or ALDBHMIN.
Klrst Wrd Wm.HcHalo. T. M. Klinbrougn.
Second Ward-Jcssu ltiukle.C. N. Uughei.
Third Ward li V, Biako, John Wood.
Kourlki Ward Charles 0. Patler, Adolph 8wo
Uoda. Kil'.h Ward-T. W, Hallldav, Ernest B. Pattlt.
Circuit Judge I).. I. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvln.
Couuty Judro K. 8 Yocum.
..,, ntv t 'l,ri, k . . HllfT.n.
I otiuty o uugo i. o im-umi
County Clerk 8. J. Iiim.ru.
County Attorney.. M. Damron.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Shoriir John Hodges.
Coroner K. Fitzgerald
County Comniisslonurs-T. W. Balllday, J. A.
Glbbs aud l'uler Saup.
CAIRO BAI'TI !T. Corner Tenth and Poplar
streuu; preaching- flmt and third Sundays In
each month, II a. rn. and 7:30 p. 01 : prayer meet
ing Thursday, 7 :3o p. m. : Sunday school, :SOa.ra
K ' Kov. A.J. HESS Pastor.
(lilCKCn OF TUB RBDEKMKR-(Bplicopal)
j Fourteenth at reel; Hunday 7:oo a in., Holy
Kutliiirlsi; :') a. ro., Sunday school; 1l:O0a.m.,
Morning Prayers; s:iw p. m., Evening Prayers. F.
p. Davenport, S. T. li. Rector. '
1')i:ht mission aky baptist cncKca.-
V Preaching at 10:30 a. n... S p. m., and 7:1)0 p. m.
.sl,batb school at 7:30 p. m Kev. T. J. Shores,
I ITHERAN-Thlrteeuth atreet; services Bab
1 b'b l:3o a. m. ; bunday school 2 p.m. Ht.
Huu pe, pastor.
MF.TIfuDIKT-Cor. Eighth and Walnnt streets,
Preaching Habbatn ll:U)a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
r today Sr.nool at :w p. m. Kev. J. A. Scsrrett,
n : or.
1)KKHtVTKKI AN Ktgbth atreet; preachlnr, on
Sabbath at 11 :W a. ro. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:3") p. m.; banday Hcbool
at 8 P m. Kev B. V. Oeoue, paator.
ST. JOSEPH 8 iKoinan Catholic) Corner Croel
and Walnut streets; services rtabbath 10:80 a.
ra.; Sunday School at 2 p. m. ; Vespers J p. m.; ser
net s every dy at 8 a. m. Kev. O llara, Priest.
CT PATKICK'8 -(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O atreet and Washington avenue; services 6ab
oa'b sand 10 a. m.; Vespers 8 p. m.; banday School
a p. m. services every day at 8 a m. Kt. MaMtsrsuu
It. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
THSINS DIPAHT. TBAa ABKITt.
Mall V.03 a.m I tMsII 4:o
tAccom'da.lon.llslOa.rii Kxnrees lt:10a.m
(Express 3:V p.m I AccorndatloB..4:l5 pm
MISS CENTRAL K. K.
tMail 4:35 a m I tMall .. 5:O0p.m
fKxpress 10:15a ra I tExpress 11:30 a.ni
8T. L. AC. R. H. (Narrow Gauge.)
Eiprem 10:25 a.m I 'EnpriiM 4:Mp.m
Accom'datlon. 1 "JO p. to I 'Acconi'datoin 13.05 p.m
ST.L , l.M.AB.K. B
Bxpre lllp.m I tKxprean 3:50 1 p m
lAraim cation. tJpm tAccom'dation.ll: .m
WABASU. ST. LOCH PACIFIC B'Y CO.
Mall & Kx .... 4:45 vm Mall ft Ex.... t:'i p m
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
aiuDiL.K 01110 b. r;
.G:03a, m. m.i.. g:50p. m.
1 a. m. I fixpruaa ...P:ip. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAIN'S RUN A3 FOLLOWS.
ExprM and Mall loaven Cairo. eery day except
Sunday, at 10:'.5 a m. Arrl. 4 :V p m.
Accoiumodation arrive! at 13:05 p. m. ud de
parte at 1 : J0 p. m
E0RGE II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsiciaix and Stirpeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of nuriftcAt dliewee, and dlaeae of women
Dofflce:drtn 14th atreet, oppoelto the Post Office,
II. W. C. J0CKLYN,
nFKlCB-Elghtli K'rot. nwar Comrt erela' Atenne
R. E W, WniTLOCK,
OMici No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
KKhthand Ninth Streeu
HE CITY NATIONAL RANK.
Of Cairo. IlUnoia,
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking business
TIIOS. W. HALLIDAY.
MTEUrRISK SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, ' .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. IIAIjIjIDAY,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
6tb Street, between Com 'I Ave. aud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITION.
Safet llc.ialied, All Eloda ol Keyt Made.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIIC CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. I'ATlKli k CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street 1
Conimurclal Avenue J
J UlliN J UlliN bUll 0u tU O
Late Koehler's, on Eighth Street.
Ca'lforn.a Wines, Clears of everv choice brand
and Llqnors of all alna always on band. Custom
THE REGULAR CAIRO - AND
1' U M JJUll.
HENRY E. TAYLOR - - Master
GEO. JOBES - Clerk
l..a.. Paducah for Cairo daliy (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mnnd City at 1 p m. Return
la. Leaves Cairo at 4 p. m. Mound. City at 5 p. m.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO
THREE -V STATES.
On and aftor Mondav, July 84, and nntll further
notlc.tha ferryboat Three States win run as near
as posalbleon the rouowing time tame;
Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld g
Foot Fourth it.
6:31) a. m.
2:o0 p. m.
7:00 a. ra.
4:S0 p. m.
7:3" a. m.
8:0i) f. m.
Foot Fourth st.
4 :00 p, m.
On last trip leaving Kcntuekv 1 andlng at 4 :3i) o cioc it
n m tiiA nnitr. v rn rn iiirus ruiut. utntiuK ,.iu-
nection with T. A St. L. pasonor train for Cairo.
First trip at 6:;!0 a. m. leaving uairo, win conuecv
with T. A St. u. train leaving voiru.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
?(JKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
fW TWolfrh fifrAAt. fltifl TiATAA.
x " v-a jaa .-
CHICAGO 3IARKET REPORT
COItRECTED DAILY BY CnAS.
8:30 P. M. Octobor 10, 1882.
1:05 P. M.
W. F. Laxuui, river editor of fat Bu'I.i.etin
and eteamboat paaentcer agent. Ordera for all
klndeof ateamboat job printing solicited. Office
at Planters Hotel, No. M Ohio levee.
The fast City of Helena is duo tliia morn
ing for St. Louis. She bails from Mem
phis. The John B. Mauilo from Memphis
passed up for St. Louis yesterday morning
at 0 o'clock,
The City of xVrkanBas left here for Vicks-
burg yesterday morning at 8 o'clock. She
bad a fine trip.
The City of Vicksburg is due from the
lower Mississippi this morning and is en
route for St. Louis.
The city of Alton from New Orleans ar-
terday and left for St. Louis.
The weather still continues hot and from
0 in the morning until threo or four in the
afternoon apes summer very much.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this evening
for Cairo, Paducah and Shawneotown and
will report here to-morrow evening.
The fine Anchor Line steamer Cello
Memphis left St. Louis last evening for
Vicksburg and is properly duo here this
The Ste. Genevieve from St. Louis had
not arrived at 13 o'clock last night. She
will likely report here early this morning
Valley barges are lying hero. Soma JoaJud
for New Orleans with wheat and some
empty for St. Louis.
The Paris C. Brown from Cincinnati is
due here to morrow for New Orleans.
Capt. W.P. Wright her freight agent has a
fine lot of freight secured for her.
The Cons. Millar from Memphis will be
due here for Cincinnati Thursday morning.
W. F. Lambdin Passenger A?ent will fur
nish tickets at low rates, office, 73 Ohio
The Gus Fowler had a largo passenger
trip both up and down yesterday, and a big
freight trip. kShe wilfreport hero on time
this evening and leave on her return trip at
5 p. m.
Tho Granite State in place of the Jas.
W. Gaff will be the regular packet due
hereto-day from Cincinnati for Memphis.
For passage see W. F. Lambdin, Agent,
office 73 Ohio levee.
The Cairo St. Louis Narrow Gauge rail
road will furnish transportation to parties
who may desire to attend the Soldier's Re
union at Murphysboro, 111. at half fare for
tho round trip, Friday and Saturday tho
13th and Uth inst. is tho time appointed
for the great occasion.
The little steamer E. E. Lewis sunk at
3 o'clock at Paducah. Sho went down in
10 feet of water; twenty odd lives were lost,
but fortunately they proved to bo a coop
full of chickens that and nothing more.
The Lewis was running as a regular packet
from Paducah to Dycusburg.
The fellow, who. by mistake, sent his
auburn-haired sweetheart instead ol a bot
tie of Dr. Bull's Couuli Svnin a bottlo of
hairdve. wants to know tho best way to
A Congli. Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. .Neglect frequentl re
suits in an Incurable Lunir disease or ou
abruption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cougli syrups
mm4 Kaleams kiif sf ri I rtifif 1 u- nil litis inMnm
Parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Aotl.mn Ttrnnrhit a. Pniitrlia. f'Htarr l. and
I BI1VA UniDdUlBa -'A HVV 4lll.ll1 V'll MW
tho Throt . Troubles which Singers and
Public Sneakers arc subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
I 1 41 -
recommended by physicians, ana aiwayi
irive rtcrfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant uso for nearly
an entire feneration, tney navo auaineu
wcll-mcritod rank among the few staple
remedies of the ago. Sold at 25 cent,
Monuok. Mien.. Sept. 25, 1875.
Sirs I have been takinc Hop Bitters
for inflammation of kidneys and bladder.
It has done for mo what four doctors faile
-- , , . . .mJ
I to UO. 1110 euuci Ul iiop Amima u
like magic to me. W. L. Carter.
TO COLORED VOTEUS.
The following circular is being scattered
over this congressional district:
"My countrymen the time has como for
tho colored race to be vindicated. Tho
Republican party which freed the colored
man's hands in order to uso his votes lias
enslaved him in a bondage more galling to
FREEMEN that any that could be imag
ined. The colored man's vote is NOT HIS
OWN so long as it is cast at the bidding of
the Republican party and so long as he is
content to cast it at their bidding ho can
expect nothing more than to bo treated as
their POLITICAL SLAVE. If wo are
indeed free let us act as free men ! Let us
grasp the glorious possibilities of our race!
Let us demand that station which belongs
to us and which is now within our power.
There are in this senatorial district about
10,000 votes; this being an off year not moro
than 8,500 will be polled; multiply this
number by thrco and you havo 3-5,500;
there are now four candidates in tho field
and if the colored race put forth a man there
will be five; divide tho 23,500 votes among
tho ffve aud you havo an average of 5,100
for each candidate. If any candidate runs
above that figure some other must fall be
low it. Mark this! In Alexander county
there are 1,373 colored votes; in Union
there are 101 ; in Jackson county 307; mak
ing in all 1,931 ; each of you have a right
to cast three votes for one man; three times
1,931 is 5,093, making a clear majority of
093 votes oyer the average candidate,
and a greater majority over thoso who
run below. If the colored men will see
this opportunity and standby their candi
date they will elect him as sure as the bun
rises on the morning of the election. What
will they do? Will they allow this op
portunity to pass? Will they be driven
like galley slaves to the polls and voted
like a herd of cattle by tho Republican
party? No they will stand by their race
and vote like men to elevate one of their
fellows to a station among the free men of
earth and show to the world that the color
ed race has a future before it born
of intelligence, born of freedom, born of
that manhood which ought to dwell in tho
blood of every one of God's creatures.
My fellow men, I announce myself an
Independent ca'ndidite for the legislature
in the 50th district and if elected will use
my vote and influence for thepurpose of
obtaining patronage and position for tho
colored man. I have the interest of the
colored people at heart to such extent that
if any colored man more acceptable to our
with the hope that my people will hasten
the dawning of that day when the colored
man shall obtain respect aud honor among
the nations of the earth.
The Republicans can (if they will vote
one and one-half votes for Mr. Scur'.ock and
myself) elect us both; if they attempt to
bring contempt upon my candidacy you
will know that they are not for the colored
man and net accordingly by casting your
threo votes for mc. Respectfully,
McKruvsBouo, 111., Oct. 1, 1883.
Mr. Nixon is a colored citizen of more
than ordinary mental calibre, as his cir
cular plainly shows. He has been prom
inent in the public councils of his party in
Jackson county, and is popular among his
own race. Doubtless ho has seen the
ypocrisy of the Republican party leaders
in their dealings with the colored race.
His circular proves that ho has not been
merely a casual observer of political events
so far as they concerned his own race,
and that he has not been a dupe to selfish
whitojlepublicau politicians. Mr. Nixon
gives the white Republican politicians and
their newspapers an opportunity to prove
that their protessionsof love lor the colored
race are not $ many lies. He gives the
Jackson County Era, the Chester Tribune,
the Curbondalo FreePress and other Repub
lican papers in the district an opportunity
to show that they are in
deed friendly to tho colored race,
are in sympathy with "tho grand Old Re
publican party which is tho guardian of the
colored man nnd desires his social intellect
ual and iMlilicnl advunut meiit," and are
willing to i-utmiit their professions tw a
practical tent. It remains now for these
papers and for Republican politicians gen
erally to como out boldly in favor of Mr.
Nixon, and wesh ill watch with interest as
one by ono they step forward ami practice
what they have been preaHiin: for lol lliesu
Mr. Nixon proves beyond doubt, ty fig.
tins from a Into census bulletin, that if
his own race will stand by him he will re
ceive moro votus than would bo necessary
to elect him. Therefore, if he !b defeated, his
blood will be upon the heads of his own
reco as well as upon those of his self con
stituted caticuuiitvn gu irdiaus.
Sflveh Cheek, N. V. Feb. (1, 1880
Gknts 1 have been very low, and havo
tried everything, to no advantage. 1 lieartl
vour Hon Bitters rucommeuded by so many,
I concluded to civo them a trial. I did,
and now im around, and constantly im
proving, and nearly as stmug as ever
1 ' W. H.Wkllku
Hon. George A. Steam, of Chicopeo,
. who, with hia neighbor, Emerson Gay
lord, is now traveling in Europe, writes
to the Springfield AVWi'cj? an account
of their voyage, llo thus tolls part of
Avy person who has ever been sea
sick will ngreo with me that it horrors
arc unutterable. No one under its in
fluence believes that it is only soa-siok-ness.
Ho is sure some other malignant
and mortal malady has seized him. Ho
is, positive ho will die. Ho talks sol
emnly and seriously about his certain
death, desires to bo taken home and
buried where his friends can visit his
grave and composes ns best ho can his
As we nailed out of the harbor at New
York everybody was jolly, ladies waved
their handkerchiefs, men cheered and
nil laughed and talked in great glee.
Soon ono after another turned white ami
green nnd blue, looked dull and hag
gard and woeful, and dropped away
from sight Some did not reappear du
ring tho voyage, others came up at
times, wan and sad and mournful. On
tho morning of tho second day I sat on
tho upper deck my nearest companion
a bucket strapping my knifo on my
boot, internally resolved to give the fol
low who wrote "A life on the occau
wave" tho benefit of its keenness, when
I saw G. coming up the companionway,
ft codfish tail, which ho was chewing
vigorously, sticking out of his mouth
(codfish having been recommended as
a sovereign remedy for seasickness
among a thousand others) and his coun
tenance resembling a pan of skimmed
milk, through which lightning had
played. I knew by my feelings I could
"raise him out" on looks had no heart
to smile, llo sat, down near me, nnd
about this dialogue occurred:
S. "How are you, ugh! hoo, oo!"
G. "Beautiful, ugh! oo! give us a
chance at'that, ugh! oo, oo!"
S. "Big thing."
(r. "Iniineii.sc; ugh! oo, oh, Israel!"
S. "Happy, aro you? tight oo, oo,
(i. - "Never so happy in my life; ugh,
S. "Glad you came?"
(J. "Wouldn't havo missed it ugh
for a gold mine ugh, oo my heart
bleeds ugh. oo for the poor fellows at
homo--ugh, oo, oo. Great Caesar!
How is your wife?"
S. "Sho is soniesick ugh can't con
quer it like me -ugh, oo, oo. Oh,
Christmas and tho calves! How is
G. "Don't know. Can't catch breath
ugh long enough to inquire ugh,
on." (Exeunt onincs).
In utter wretchedness I went down to
li i v little stateroom, snatched up a pen
cil and for tho first time in my life at
tempted poetry as the only alternative
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cuiro, in the StAto ol Illinois, at the cloeo or
October 3rd, 1882.
I.OHIIr. si' ' !
U. S. bonds to secure circula
tion U. s burnt on hand
Oilier stocks, bonds aud mort-
, P8" ;
Duo from approved reserve
afrits $ 93.2X0 )
Duufrout other National bank Ki,0s3 07
Due from Stiito banks and
bankers 20,108 18-123,473 40
Heal cxtale, furniture uuil nx
Current expenses uud tuxes
Chocks and other ciiHh Items. .8 3,52 74
Hills of other Iluuks i0,104 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels aud pennies 550 00
Silver 3,707 00-21,730 00
l-eirul Tender notes 15,000 00- 5'J,W1 74
ltcclemptlou fund with U. S.
Treasurer, (5 per cent, of cir
culation) 2,250 00
Totai $782,972 28
Capital slock paid in f ino.000 00
Surplus Fund ; 125.KW (XI
ruclivided Profits 13,054 30
National bunk notes outstand
ing 45,000 00
Individual deposits subject to
Cheek s-m-mw :
Demand certiilcstes of deposit, 14,8le, 8u
Due io other Mutlonul banks, 3,M M
Due to Slate banks and
bankers 48.674 03- IWtiT H
Totai 1782,972 2S
Slate of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
I. Tln. VV. Ilalllday, Cashier of tho above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
Is true to tho beet of my knowledge and belief.
'I HUH. YV. llALLIDAT, l usnicr.
Subscribed and sworn to before mu this tfih day
of Oct., Ih.1.'. M. J. IIowi.ky, Notary public,
It. II. (HTN N1NOII AM, I
(i. D, Williamson, VDircctorx;
II. 11. Candkm, . )
Commercial Aveuue and Eighth Street
V. IlKOSS, President.
11. WKLL8, Cashier.
P. NSKF1, VlrelWnt
T. J. Korth, Ass't cash
I) 1 rH.it "r:
r. Bross Cs'ro I William Klute. .Cuiro
Peter NelT " I William Wolf.... "
C.M Osterloh " ICO Patler '
K. A. Huder.. ...... " I II. Wells.
J, Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
A tlKNKHAI. HANKING HUSlNKbS DONE.
Kxchaugo sold and bought. Interest paid It
the Navtuira Department. Collections mad and
all business promptljr attendod to.
of the universal success of
Brown's Iron Bitters is sim
ply tin's : It is the best Iron
preparation ever made; is
compounded on thoroughly
scientific, chemical and
medicinal principles, and
does just what is claimed for
it no more and no less.
By thorough and rapid
assimilation with the blood,
it reaches every part of the
system, healing, purifying
and strengthening. Com
mencing at the foundation
it builds up and restores lost
health in no other way can
lasting benefit be obtained.
f. Dearborn Ave., Chicago, Nov. j,
1 have been a Rr'-at sufferer from
a very weak Monuch, heartburn, and
dyspeptia in its worst form. Nearly
everything 1 ate Rave me distress,
and 1 could eat but little. I have
tried evcrythingrecnmmcixled, have
taken the prescriptions of a norcn
physicians, but got no relief until I
took Ilrown's Iron Hitters. I feci
none of the old troubles, and am a
new man. I am geuintf timh
stronger, and feel first-r.ite. 1 am
a railroad engineer, and now mAe
my trips regularly. lean not say
too much in praUe of your wonder
ful medicine. V. C. Malk.
Brown's Iron Bitters
docs not contain whiskey
or alcohol, and will not
blacken the teeth, or cause
headache and constipation.
It will cure dyspepsia, indi
gestion, heartburn, sleep
lessness, dizziness, nervous
debility, weakness, &c.
Use only Brown's Iron Bitters made by
Brown Chemical Co., Haltimore. Crossed
nut Uass and trade-mark on wrapper.
Journal for the South ami West.
la Issuing Its prospuctns for 18M2-'S3, the Missou
ri Uepubllcao poiuls to the couiplutu fultllnieut of
all its past promises. During the last year, (with
the opening ot now llnei of communication, spread
ing in every direction), It bus fireutly Increased Its
telegraphic service; augmented its corps of editors,
reporters aud correspondents; improved Its me
chanical features; bettered Its system of condens
ing ana arrutiKluK the news, aud maintained, la
regard to the character of its contents, tho reputa
tion it has lone; hold throughout the whole bo uth
western couutry as tuo
BSHT NKWSFAPKH PHINTED.
The Republican has dlstanaud all attempts at
rivalry or competition, aud Is now the only Demo
cratic Luullfb newspaper published In hi. Louis.
Its support of tho principals ol tho Democratic)
party Is universally recognized as strouir, lu logic,
whilst moderate and conservative In toue lu ita
exposures of tho corruption, pioClgacy and evil
tendencies of tho KoiiiiiilkttU party, it Is fearless
aud augressivn. lint it is in the urtunal Interest
of the South and West agriculture, commerce and
the mechanic arts that this paper duds, its widest
and most produ tivetield. Next to collecting aud
commenting upon the most Interesting news of
the duy, Its energies aro devoted to thu progress
and prosperity of
Til IS UHKAT MlStilSSll'l'l VALLKY
And the tributary regions. Krom Its columns mere
seusatlouallsiu is carefully excluded, with tho
view of milking tt a welcome visitor to tho pun-st
home circles. To the fanner, mercuaut, trader,
manufacturer, banker, or business man of any
class, It Is indispeuiable. Us fluaucinl and com
mercial reports are full uud reliable. Kvury move
ment af trade, commerce, transportation, fcu., la
faitbtully record d. With all this, It duds room
for a largo quantity of miscellaneous reading mat
ter to liivo variety and entertainment.
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The support aud pride of a Qrst-class newnpapur
isa large subscrlpt.on li-t. The cost, of course, Is
immense to the conductors, but trifling to tbo
reader. May we not ask our Irleuds, who have
been with us so long, to aid iu exteudlug our cir
culation still further) If your ucigiilior Is not
subscriber, show him the Kcouldicau end havehiia
send lu b s siime. 'i'ulkitup. Increase theclub.
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