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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MOKNlMl JUNE 17, 1884.
Che Duilv Bulletin.
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hi Communication should be addressed to
S. A. BURNETT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
Charles O'Conor, just before his
death paid tho whole debt of Nantucket
Mason conntr, West Virginia, has
the richest tin ruino in tho world, and
thousands of people are flocking to tho
Miss Fairr G. Shafer, of Madison
lur, Pa., receully patched a quilt con
taining 4. 918 distiuct pieces. The
youniady is doubtless the champion
quilt maker of the .Keystone stale.
Cassius M. Clay lives quietly on his
Kentucky farm, taking little notice of
current politics. "I'm not alone," he
says. "I have my sheep, cattle, dogs,
birds, flowers, and books, and I am
writing a book my memoirs."
A "humpback" turtle was found
floating in Monterey Bay, California,
the other day, and captured. It was
seven feet seven inches long, four feet
across the back, and had two fins three
feet long. It weighed ono thousand
A limestone cave with beautiful sta
lactite and stalagmite formstions, like
that of Luray, Va., has recently been
discovered by chance in the depart
ment of Ain, near the road from Gene
va to Lyons. It has been explored for
One thousand pounds of strictlj "gilt
ce'' butter are sold every week in the
r jston market at from 60 to 80 cents
per pound. New York takes from 3,000
to 4,000 at the same price, and in both
cities the demand is not equalled by
It has been officially ascertained by
the Frc-iich government that every sug- -gestion
proposed for the cure of the
itfe?ed by the phylloxera has
proved to be abortive. A special com
EUision to investigate the several pro
cesses Las lately been established.
Built-up wood, like that employed
for a good ruany years back in bottom
i: chairs, already competes with can
vis for the purposes of the artist, and
with binder board for book covers,
lis lightness, almost entire absence of
cleavage lines s.ii r,on-liability to split
are among its most ecmmcnd'able feat-re.
There bas lately been constructed by
MM. Challiot tni Gratiot, of Paris, a
tew tool to wLi:h they have given the
tsie of the li-raij! "drilling machine.
The inn is jointe J or hinged in the
&i2dle so that the drill can be brought
to any point on the table without lift
ing te latter. Iic-vti gear transmits
Ir-ecew port recently opened at
Trieste, Austria, has cost altogether
about t7.&'v.M. Three jetties 700
fet lot j ty S'; feet broad have been
tuilt, ai thus Lis ti,e former north
ei.srn harbor of Trieste been convert
ed isto three basins with nearly two
niit? of quay. , These tasins have a
C'-'.h of water varying from 25 to 45
f ' ': t.
Oi? cf the hijh caste families in Jap
i posete' a stone called a "barome
Ur ttote," which changes its color
when i charts of weather i? imminent
It is naturally of a pinkish white hue,
and several days before it rains it be
corces grfctii, whilo a storm is indicated
by a dark aspect. It is to be presented
to the emperor when he moves into his
i' w palace.
Vi'e mentioned last week tho death of
Mr. Wjatt Hare. Mr. Hare had somo
peculiarities, among them this one: He
iievf.r bought a match. A fire, either
open or banked, was kept up continue
ally on the hearth. In this he trod in
the footsteps of his father, and the fire
upon that one hearth was a continuous
f. re for more than one hundred years.
Ikdon (Va.) Examiner.
Cast iron may be so hardened as to
resin cutting by an ordinary file by the
odowing method: When tho iron is
brought to a cherry red heat, sprinkle
tome cyanide ot potassium on it, raise
the temperature then a little above tho
red heat, and, lastly, dip in tho tem
pering tack. Cvanido of potassium
aay ali0 bo used for case hardoning
iron with decided effect.
.nenry uergb. believes "that on hy-
K"-uic principles tho cemeteries should
tv,? . allI "moved an- abandoned.
7v r. . r Bwing through the earth
uuuitt ne uncontaminated and not car
j me reiuso of docaylng and lifeless
nUmanitV. As ota mltrnnra in linm,..
jty and civilization tho cremation prob
lem will bo solved just as tho relief of
uttering animals has been solved."
A dentist at Calgary, Las been busy
" is i stated that beforo the advance of
civilization, when the natives subsisted
solely on buffalo meat, decayed teeth
?own amonS them. Braves
withn, r-T,lonuru9of the n-dance
5S, aro "duced to a state
KfiP 01 the torpor.. U-;...- rr:
a i. ' " ll,'"lJ-'J illflOS,
.pent his liu ln the coUon Lid inTx
plaining to a Northern man tho i cccs
ally of Ceeplng thegra. and weed.o!t
v mo twiiuu paicu, saw: "l)0 linio
lwu " luigmy easy discouraged
J69 one mtie blado er foxtail will Bkcer
i ouiun a woes s growth. Uey is aw
iui sny. f ue eazies' touch o' do baby's
jiuEoio mu M oii ez natur. Wobody,
mates no amerenco Low ccnMo kn
shove de ten'er cotton sprout in do dirt
without mashin' it, but natur ken shov
n through a hard clod."
from experiments mado upon tho
pulse and temperature as affected bv
smoking, it has been found that the rate
of both it increasod. Let tho average
temperature of non-smokers bo repre
sented by 1,000, then that of moderate
smokers is 1,008, and whilo tho heart
tl the former class was making 1,000
beats, In the latter there would le 1,180
in tho same space of time. This quick
ening of the action of the heart is con
sidered a dangerous symptom. i
Senator Pugh, of Alabama, who trav
eled extensively through New England
a year ago as a member of the Senate
Labor Committee, has expressed him-
golf as very much Interested in the won
derful achievments of the New England
Eeople. "In going from Albany to
oston I hardly saw an aero on the
way that our southern people would
live on, so ruggod and hard seemed tho
land, yet it supported one of the most
successful and energetic populations on
the globo. I have a very high respect
for the sacrifice andgonius of the peo
ple of New England, and I am glad to
have soen thorn more intimately."
Editor Herman Raster, of Chicago,
says of tho beer law in Germany: "The
breweries are under constant surveil
lance of revenue officials, and tho beer
is frcquontly subjected to chemical
analysis by health officers. Tho rotail
vender is compelled to give a certain
amount of beer no foam when a
'glass of beer' is callod for. The re
ceptaclo is large enough to hold foam
and beer. Of the latter the glass must
hold three- eighths of a liter some
where between half a pint and a pint
To enable a beer drinker to see whother
he receives the requisite quantity of
beer, tho Public soaler marks every
glass at the height to which the beer,
exclusive of foam, must go."
"The late Judge Black," says a writ
er in the Philadelphia Press, "was a
Sbakspearian critic and authority, and
nothing grated on his ear more harshly
than a misquotation. During the last
constitutional convention, of which ha
was a member, the country delegates
could hardly make a speech without
dragging in some poetical excerpt,
which they usually butcherod, and the
Judge, who never knew whether he
was in or out of order, would interrupt
them with his corrections, or would
f;o to tho clerk's desk and see that tho
ines were printed right One day there
had been an unusual number of mis
haps of this kind, and the Judge had
secured leave of absence to go home.
Just before leaving he walked over to
Mr. Gorge W. Biddle's seat and said:
'Biddle, I am going away, and if, in
my absence, you allow any injustice to
be done to the memory of William
Shakspeare, I will hold you personally
A Mole's Sagacity.
A writer in the Youth's Companion
relates the following instance of a
While stationed at Fort Webster, in
what is now Arizona, ho started down
the canon on a very fine and large
mule. The beast stopped abruptly,
and signified that he would not budge
a step. Spurs were dug into his flanks
to no purpose. There ne stood as firm
as a rock. Hammond pulled him round
and galloped back to the fort Tho
next morning it was ascertained that
at a point scarcely one hundred yards
in advance of where the mule gained
his victory some Apache Indians had
ambushed the road, and but for the
brute's keen nose and ears, and firm
ness in resisting an obstinate man,
short work would have been made of
Whilo journeying across the plains
thirty or more years ago there were
hundreds of instances equally remark
able. The writer stood guard every
second night over the stock that was
out to grazo. and depended entirely for
warning of danger from two large
American mules. They would scent
an Indian or a grizzly a much longer
distance than a dog and at once stop
eating and point unerringly with
long ears to the direction of the
Monday Evesi.n, June 16, 1884.
The rain continues and (showers, some of J
them approaching the- dignity of storms,
- . -m
are of every a ay occurrence, rarmcrs
are along with work so far that their only
fear is the damage that may be done to the
ripening wheat, that is now almost ready
for the reaper. It is believed that the
months of July and August will be equally
wt with June; in that case the damage
can scarcely be estimated.
FLOUR The market ia quiet and weak
with values off about ten cents ail around,
and very little demand.
II AY The market is full ; cars are stand
ing on track, and there is no output, as
there is no shipping demand.
COKN The demand has fallen off, but
there is still some inquiry for choice mill
ing white. Prices are quotably lower and
OATd Plenty and vary dull. Pricis
MEAL Steady and firm at quotations
for choice marks.
BRAN Plenty and lower.
BUTTER Dead dull and market glut
ted. No demand and store rooms all full. 1
OOS In active demand and firm as
CHICKENS Spring chickens are scarce
and wanted. Old are plenty and dull.
FIIUIT Apples and peaches are com
ing in slowly. All kinds of berries and
cherries are scarce and in active demand.
POTATOES Nothing doing with old
crop. New are plenty anu easy.
Sales and Quotations.
HOTB.-Tli prtcea Here given are for sales from
arm Hands in rouna lots, ad buvbucs i
charged for broken lots in ailln a orders.
FLO U It.
1 Obbls utraFanrtr
Siru hbla varloua gradea.
1 10 bbls fancy .. HI
I J0 bbls choice.... ,7.7"
2 care gilt edge small bale
a cars prime
1 car overripe Timothy '.'.
mntm guuice ,,,,,,
4 can choice whlt in balk. ,
4 can choice mixed in balk.
2 can chulco white, in bulk .
9 can In bulk
can choice Northern lu bulk...,
No. 8 tied, per Im
No. ti Mdiilieraiittan
anohbli Oltv on orders
4U0 bbla t'lty "
.3 tos is
300 ponnda choice country
4m pounds choice Northern
3o poanaa Houtnern ins...
M pounds choice northern.
AX) dozen ('.n case).
dozen ln boxea
3 coopa choice hens
4 coopa mizd
6 coops 'young.........
60 crates common etrawberriea...
...2 7IV33 00
...8 UlKaj 50
8 05li 50
3 Wjf' f-0
60crtea choice atrawberriee
50 crates, fancy strawberries
75 c rates cherrie
tK boxes peaches..
Ne- potatoes, per bbl
. 2 01fl9 50
..1 U1 45
..1 CK)1 50
mrlng beans, per oox
l'eane, per box
..4 50ft5 00
.3 50&4 Oil
Lou'sUna - 4 &05 O)
Peach Blow pe' bush, seed-
...1 ?5&2 00
Early hose per bush.- ,
fotatoes per bbl. ..............
..3 00&5 00
8. C. Unms.
Clear ainV. .
Shoulders . ..
ili bushel burlaps.
bushel ' ....
Peches, balfesanc" uaarters
Apples, bright ia,)
.2 50 3 no
i t0i 75
Cool 10 to 65
Mink 10 to 45
Red Fox 1 i
Wild Cat.. 10 to 5 p
Beart-r uer bound SO to 2 50
Otter 75 to 6 10
Opossum 3 to 15
Bear i uu to uu
Dry Flint choice....
Sheep Pelts, dry ..
Bheep Pelts, ereen.,
-t 7W1 '
4 'Jtt 5 0
.... 4 Vfi ' "
1 Sofa 7 '4
.... 7 5tf i '(
I'tATKS OK FREIGHT.
KllnentoD. Miss .... 2Vi
Vlr.kshurL'. Prentess House 2 4 tier cwt.
All other way points below Memphis to New Or
leans, same rates at to Kiinestot
TbonMn4i nfeuM rr KfrrABi Btbrrtlf, mn.
w au,i piiT.ira, .,hb,h, hwi niAIHiutia, imr.
Tom proflrftllon, lti raiullt or ttMlarrlt,.,i.
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Snecial Aets. in this citv.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized Doccmber, 1883, Uuder tie
Law of 1883.
COPY RIO LIT SECURED.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, uuder
the laws of 1ST..
JOHN n. ROBINSON President
WM. STllATi'oN VicH-l'rtildent
J. A.GOLiJSTINB Treasurer
C. W. DUNNIMJ Medical Adviser
TIIOMAB LKWia Secretary
BOARD OF MKECTOIH for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Htration, Strntton i Bird, pro -.era, Cairo, III.,
J. A, Ooldstlne, oKloldstlne & Kosunwaler, whole
sale and retail dry good;C. W. Dunning, M. D.
Pres. lid. Mud Kx., for Fenslone; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant: J. II. Koblnson, county
ludee ami notary public! Wm. V. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance aecnt; K. H. Balrd, city
street enpervisor; M. Phiillpe, carpenter and build
or; Thomas Lewis, attorney and aucrutary ; K. V.
Plarce,attorncy t-lnw, DuQnoln 111.; K. O. Pace
cashier of 1'cntennlal Bank, Ashley, 111.; Albert
Hayden, cashier of Qoorge Connolly A Co., (Spring
field. Ill ; B. M. Munn, attorn ey-at-law, 168 Kan
dolph street, Chicago; lion. Kobt. A. llatchcr, at-torney-atlaw,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Lclehton,
cashier First National Kauk, Btnart, Iowa.
Ladies and Gentlemen can find a
nrolltnblo cmpleyniont at their own
homos. The hnainess Is l.iht nnd
nleBsant. Yon can mako from $ i to
S3 a dav. No ranvaaalnir wnrlr .nt
by mall any distance. No stamp lor reply. Please
adnyosa CitON MAUFAO'l UHISU CO., S0l
ran mi i figf
LLfNOIS CENTRAL K. R
Shortest and Qnicks1 Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlio Onlv Lino Kurmint?
O DAILY TRAIN
Making Dikkot Connkotion
raAi.su l.iATi ('snt:
" a .. a.
trrlvliip to St Louis a mi m ! t'hiC""n.'' "40 :
'idi i.tiiiK 'si it,:.!.- Ld K (ltwua.ii t.ir
nut I Luiilrvillv, Indianapolis and potut Ea I
lU-'irj p. in. Kant Ht. J.ouIb tti il
:,u it i :x i,i fHH.
Arrivlr.it it, St l.t.utrj 0:4. p. in., and cuiiuecllu
lor all pulnts West.
3:45 p. in. I-ViMt ICxpronB).
ForM, Louis an I Chlraco. arriving at Ht. Loais
lu:lj p. m., and Chicago T:-.t) a. m.
'.i i"j p. m .C imiinnnti Kiprefi,
Airlvlmr al Ciu-wnatl 7:fl a. m. ; LouisvliU li
a. m.; Indinriapulla 4.ift a. in. Paasenmir. by
this trn.u reuib the alx ve puints IU lo ;it
UOL Kfr :n advance of any other route.
liTTno M5 a. m. exoress has CULLMAN
MuhRPlNd CAIt (rotn Cairo to t luclunatl, wuu
out changes, and through sleepers It St. L-iuts
Fast Time Kast.
rlWyJilltrfUHJ ''J ' Tothrou)iti la has'.
i iMot,ii,i.ii Brn point without anv diat
"aused by hiuidav Intervening. The Saturday altei
loon tralu from Cairo arrives In new York M-iuday
nornlug al 10:31. Thlrty-slx boors in advtr.cr oi
o other ruote,
iVKor tliromh tickets aid fnrthtr Inform jt: i,
tppiyu I ;li,.oie Central Itailroad Depot. Cairo.
J. II. JOSES, Ticaet Akcui
A. H . HANhCN. Gen. Pass. AKent. Chlcaw
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL H. K.
Trains depa-t. Trains
tMail -....S:a.rr. I fM.il!
Kxpress 8:4S p. m. I tEvprtss
11 :4'. a. m.
JSt Utile fx li.-ii o. tn. i l Louis i
I. c. B. u (Southern Divisii,
12:15 p. m.
....4:4.', a.m I t.N. O. Ex
,11:10 a. m.
. .4:80 p.m.
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....ln:.iua m. rN. O. Ex..
... 3 45 p.m. I tN. O. Kx..
tT. L. A I. M. K. It.
.. 10:30p.m. tKxprvFS....
W., ST. L. 4 P. K. It.
Mall A ..
Mall A Ex.
. 4:00 p.m.
,t. 4 p
Mi'lllLP. ft OHIO It. It.
...r:Ua.m. Mall :10p.ra
Daily except suocav. t Uallv.
'I I ME C AUU
AND DEPARTURE OF
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I Tn) PC
I. C. K. K (ttronehlock mail). H a. m.
" (Southern Dtv
Iron Mutititaln li. K
Wabash ft. It
Texas St St. Lou's K. K...
St. Lou's ft C Iro It. K...
.4 SO p.m.
,.ri p. rn.
'.':3 'p. in.
In p. m.
7 p. m.
5 p. in.
i p. m.
, Sat. ft Mon.
4 p. ui
Miss 1 Iter arrives Wed.
" deuarts Wed
, Frl. ft Sun.
P O. ecd del. op n from 7:30am tQ7:.10 pm
P.O. box de!. o-cn from Ai.ro. to V p in.
Sundays gee. I'el. open lrom....Ha. m. to 10a.m.
8onrias box del. open from ...8 a. m. to I0:30aia
rifNOTE-ChanifS will be published from
time to tlm' !n city papers. Chance your cards ac
cordlnuly. WM. il. MUKP11Y. P. M
'.TI ICIAI, tiaWTOKI.
( City 0:lcer.
Mayor-Thomas W. MaiLi'ar.
Treasurer Charb F. Nrllts
Clerk Dennia. J, Fo'ey.
Coiinselor--Wm. F. (iiiiitrt.
art,al L. II. Meyers,
Police Magistrate A. Coniltes.
SOtKD OP Il.tlEIIIIIII
Klrst WM- V,-iD.M Me, Harry Walker
Secotd Ward-Jesse Ilinkle, C. N. Iluches.
Third Ward B. F. Blake, Kgoert Smut.
Fotirth Ward Charles O. Patter, Adoiph Swo
Fifth Ward-Clas. Lai caster. Henry Stout.
Circuit Judge 1). J.Baker.
Circuit Clerk-A. n. Irvln.
County JudRe J. 11. hoblnsou.
County Clerk S. J. Humni.
County Attorney Angus Leek.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker,
Sheilff John Hodges.
Coroner It. Fitxterald
County Commissioners T. W. Ilallid iy, J.
Holcahey and Peter Saup.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner TentB and l'opla
strtets; preacblne every Sun lay ino nine and
Bliiht at usual hours. Prayer aieet iik Wednes
day night ; Sunday school. 'J:'M a.m.
Kev.JNO. F. BDUN, Pastor.
CIIUKCB OF 1'HK REDKKMKR (Episcopal
Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00a m., Holy
Comniunion 10:30 a. m., Morning Prayers 11 a. in.
Sunday school 3 p. m., EveninR Prayers 1:1" p.m
F. P-. Davenport, 8. T. B. Rectoi.
I MUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHVKCB.-
Preachlnjtat 10:.i0 a. n. 8 p. m nd 7:H0 p. m,
4abbatb school at 7:30 p. ui Kev. T. J. Shores,
1HTI1KRAN Thirteenth street; servltei Sat
a bath 1 :30 a. m. ; Sunday school J p m. Rev.
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walunl streets,
Preaching Sabbath 11 :00 a. m. and 7 :80 p. m.
Honday School at 3:00 p. m. Kev. J. A. Scarrett,
IJRESBTTERIAN Slirhth street: preacnln on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. rr.. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:80 p.m.; Sunday School
it 3 p.m. Rev B. V. Goore, pastor.
T.'JOSKPn 8 -(Rotnan Catholic) Corner Croat
and Walnut streets; Mass every Sunday at
and 10 a. m.) Sunday school at i p. m., and Vesp
ers at 3 p.m, M ss every morn ii(i at 8 a, m. Rev
U. Sweeuey, pastoi.
T. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O street and Washington avenue; Masi every
finndayaudb and lo a. in.: Sunday sch io at S p.m.
and Vespers at 8 p. m. iVass eve y morning at I
p.m. Kev. J, Murphy, pastor.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT ,
Egyptian Flouring Mil la
qisbest Cuh Price Paid for Wheat,