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THB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FKIPAY MOUNlNu JUNE 20, 1884.
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WIT AND HUMOR.
All good citizens do not push baby
carriages, but all men who push baby
carriages are good citizens.
A thousand women were present at
a recent Kentucky hanging. The cold,
disagreeable woathcr prevented much
of & "turnout
'No, sir," said the professional
heavy-weight lifter; "I've never visited
a pawnshop, but I often put up dumb
bell, for money."
An eastern paper conveys tho in
formation that the spring boils is now
blushing. The assertion was written
in a humorous vein.
"But you are sure she'll accept you?"
asked Dufl'u of Frank, who was "about
to "pop." "Accept me? You bet she
will! Sho's like my clothes ready-
A magazine-writer declares that
William Tell never shot an apple off
his son's head. Folio. O yes, he did.
That is where the schutzen coro orig
inated. Landlady It's singular but true,
Mr. Crossgrain, that all my boarders
remain with mo. New Boarder (at first
meal) Too weak to leave, I guess, af
ter the first week.
A poet sends a contribution entitled
"Why Do I Live?" This is easy to an
swer. It is because ho sends his con
tributions to this office instead of bring
ing them in person.
When a young girl finds a four-leaf
clover it is a sign that she will bo mar
ried within a year. It is strange that
some families don't hire a farm and
sow it all to clover.
An immigrant wagon bearing tho
motto, "In got is our trust," has ex
cited wide notice in Dakota. Tho
judgment of one of the old politicians
of tho territory is that the man must
have got lost.
"How in the world did they come to
name you Susannah?" asked Mrs1 Interrogation-point.
"Really, 1 don't
know how Drociselv." rcnlied the vounz
lady, very demurely; "but I suspect it
was because 1 happened to bo a girl
"Don't srivo me anv of vour lip!"
said an ugly country school-teacher to
& pert young miss who had "sassed"
him. "Oh, you needn't worry," she
retorted. "I would not kiss vou even
if the freckles on your face were j
It is said of a trimming store clerk
in Denver, that on seeing a party of la
dies approaching him on tho street he
dashed into an alloy and hid until they
had passed. Ho had forgotten his cane
and could not think of meeting tho
party in such a nude stato.-.
"Do you use capital or Jituo letters
when writinir the name of state?"
asked a now reporter. "What stato is
it?" "Rhode Island." "Use littlo
letters, of course don't crowd the
state." "But thore are two capitals in
Rhode Island." "Oh, ah ahem yes,
so there are but we can't help it.
Fipps. who had been lunching with
a friend upon frog's legs: "Every thing J
yon see is ol some use in tins world,
even the frog." Friend, who is dispu
tatious: "I don't agree with you. Of
what uso is the mosquito to us?"
Fipps: "Ah! my dear follow, you take
a wrong view of things. Just think
how useful we aro to the mosquito."
It was Shakspeare who remarked:
"Better three hours too soon than ono
minute too late." Shakspeare never
waited three hours in a rural railway
station on a cold night, where a dozen
men and boys were smoking vile pipes
and spitting tobacco juice against a
red-hot stove, or he would have said:
"Better never than three hours too
Drug store boy to prescription clerk
Here's a prescription, and tho man
Eaya he wants to know how long it will
Uke to cut it up. Prescription clerk,
raeditatively Ict me sec it is about
cinner time, r ive minutes to go over
to dinner, eighteen minutes to eat din
&er, five minutes to get back, and two
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porjdfjosojd eqj da ind oj so;na)ai
tVrP" wai as luaj as tho mischief when
ho pot ready to go home and found
that 8O1110 person liad carried away his
new silk umbrella and loft a seventy
live cout cotton affair with two broken
ribs iu its place. Ho says if that ques
tion ever comes up again ho wants an
opportunity to make a few remarks ou
the negativo side.
The Oxford people, are innocent. An
elderly gentlemau last week had his
eyes suddenly covered in tho streets by
some one behind, who playfully said,
"Who is it? Guess." Ho went on
trucssing through tho rounds of his
friends, when tho playful being behind
darted off and left the old man still be
wildered and thinking who it could be.
He found out when ho got home and
missed a pocket book with 10 in it;
also a gold repeater and handsome
chain and seals.
A Fhiladelphian who couldn't meet
a little bill of $15 or $20 folt called ur
on to explain that he had bocn dragged
down by the failure of a certain crock
ery house. "And tho crockery house,
you know," he added, "was involved
by tho suspension of the Drovers'
Bank." "Why, I didn't know that
you had any b'usmess dealings either
with the firm or the bank. "You
didn't? Why, the senior partner had
made all arrangements to back a note
for 1 100 with meat tho bank! If that
wasn't business dealings I'd like to
know what you call it"
This country will not be a success
until English editorial writers pay
more attention to American politics.
A staff correspondent of one of tho
great London dailies visited this coun
try some time ago, and while in Arkan
sas sent tho following letter to his jour
nal: "Arkansas is situated between
Memphis and San Francisco. Its cli
mate is mild in winter, but in summer,
I am told bv an old inhabitant, is ex
tremely cold. Tho governor of this
state receives $800,000 a year, which
ho spends mainly for tho entertain
ment of his friends. I am much con
cerned in Amorican politics and never
tiro of studying the situation. At the
present writing tho country is much
stirred up about President Dorsoy. Ho
went out on his sheep ranch somewhere
in Cleveland ana has not been heard
of since. Should ho never bo found,
Vice President Sara Tilden will bo
knighted in his place." Arkansas
How They Live in Mexico.
It is not easy to say how the rule
which authorizes only a light morning
meal became established. Perhaps it
is an instance of the survival of tho fit
test tho fittest arrangement for tho
climato and the habits of tho people.
Strangers soon fall into this order of
things, and Americans pronounce it in
finitely superior for Mexico to that
to which they have been accustomed.
Two full repasts appear to bo sufficient
for tho preservation of life and vigor in
this latitude and longitude. Possibly
tho Mexican plan would work well in
the United States. Doubtless the habit
of spending tho evening in the open
air, with late hours, is not conductivo
to early rising or tho prolongation of
tne business forenoon at its former ctb.
Iho favorite hours in tho lusher circles
for visiting the plaza aro between 8 ani
llo clock in tho evening. And yet
is no uncommon tiling to lind govern
ment officials busy at work at 7 in the
morning. Asa rule "colloe ' botween
fi nriil (1 n n ta ilirt nfilir inf fwlimf ifin
. i1-n.i.natn iw)
ii'nnrt nrirtn an1 fMMk
Those who can afford (ho time sleep
after dinner. The siesta habit in form
er days led to tho universal closing of
business places between 12 and 3
o'clock, and this unenterprising cus
tom still prevails to some extent in cur
Hetwcen tho noon and evening meals
there is no great difference. Both have
moats in abundance ami of various
kinds, except sweet, juicy roasts, which
aro rare. And in both tliero is a sur
prising lack of vegetables. No markets
in tho world contain finer displays and
moro varieties of vegetables than those
of Mexico; no hotels or restaurants in
the world can have fewer vegetables
upon their tables. The only explana
tion of this singular anomaly is that the
cooks are not in the habit of preparing
them. Cor. St. Louis GtobC'Lemocrat.
By comparison of himself with others,
by taking note of the points of agree
ment and tho points of differenco be
tween himself and others, the nirht-
minded man learns to do his dutv to
his neighbor, while the wrong-minded
man learns to take unduo advantage
of his neighbor. In common speech tho
nrst oi tueso is called unselhsh and tho
latter scllish, but the former term is
wrongly used, since both courses of ac
tion, the good and the evil, alike sprint
from self. The good man does goo3
because it gratilies him, pleases him,
makes him happy to see others happy,
and to know that ho has been the
means of making them so; while the
bad man does evil becamo it pleases
his depraved nature to make others
miseraM'!, w ti;n injured or aggrieved
we turn. It is human nature. Tho
man who only feels like hurting some
body when he has himself been hurt, or
when he has seen somebody do some
fcne tho an injury, may be called a
The truo philanthropist is not unself
ish. Was it not a well-known philan
thropist of Washington who recently
said that tho only things ho seemed to
really possess were those lio had given
away? Such a man as Peter Cooper
was as sellLsh as any less-loved million
aire, and derived much gratification
from his kind of sclliwhrjess. Rich and
poor, young and old, man and woman,
can obtain a moro intense pleasure
from a deed of goodness than from its
opposite. But thero are natures that
aro almost utterly incapablo of this
pure ploasurc, and Jove only to show
their power of iuflioting misery. If
our young of both-sexes, both at home
nnd at school, wcro taught tho happi
ness of coodness, tho number of those
evil spirits whose pleasure consists in
doing ill deeds would becomo smaller,
and society would improve. Tho fear
of punishment in a futuro stato will
never be sufficient by itself to mako
men abstain from present gratification.
It U too far off, and nil of us hope wo
can dod;jo it somehow. Vhilmklphia
Tiu rsiut Even rxo, June 19, 1884.
We have to chronicle uollr week of wtt
weather with occasional hot cuushiue tuil
an average high temperature throughout.
Tho farmers in this section have a Urge
part of their wheat cut and in stock and
aro greatly Urncl by the unfuv.iiable
state of the weather.
The river continue! t rise but not fast,
and is only caused by tho continued he.ivy
The market is very dull.
FLOUR Quiet and unchanged. The
movement is light and dealers would will
ingly make concessions to effect large
round lot sales. Stocks are small.
HAY Stocks are not large but there is
no demand and receipts stand on the track
CORN Stocks are small and the de
OATS Dull and unchanged. Stocks
aro somewhat reduced. shin. "
MEAL Easv and lower.
BRAN Prices are lower ami the market
BUTTER-Overstocked with all graphs.
There is two to five thousand packagi a nn
the market and no buyers, and no pros
pect of improvement.
EGGS More, plenty and easier.
CHICKENS-Old are dull. We note
an inquiry for choice young and none in
FRUIT All kinds are in good request.
Cherries would sell readily at quotations.
fSaleH ana Quotation;.
NOTE. Tbe prieet nere pven are for aalea from
firsthand in round lota. An advance Is
cbarired for broken lota in tliiinsordcra.
1 Obbls extra Fancy 5 ,Vl
SOO 1)1)1 8 various Kfados . 3 511.35 7$
100 bbla tancr .
100 bbla choice.
2 cars gilt edge amall bale.
2 cara prima
2 curs choice Timothy....
s cars cnoice 1
3 cara choice white In bulk..
3 cars choice mixed In balk.
1 car choice white la bulk .
2 cart In bulk
4 cara choice Northern In
No. 2 Ited, per bn .... .
No. 2 Medlicrunean..
500 bhla Cllv on order.
400 bbla City "
:)00 pounds choice country 10I&2
400 pounds choice Northern ia
800 pounds Houthorn HI lOiftK'
BOO pound choice northern 1 1.1(220
600 dozen ('n cane) l-"i
6'N) doeen In boxt-a ' l'-"i
5o dozen 12jl",
3 coops choice hen
4 coooa mixed
.2 7533 00
3 coops young 2 00i 50
50 bozea tomatoes
. 7SI&1 (0
2 OK(M 50
i SUfTj l 50
, 2 60it3 00
60crte choice strawberries..
fW crates, fancy ctrawberrei...
75 crates cherries ,.
9i boxes peaches
Ne-r potatoes, per bbl 2 0)Q3 50
Pease, per box 1 Oul ,Vi
Oranges t 50(35 00
Lemons 3 50Q4 00
Lou'elana 4 Mi 5 00
...3 00&5 CO
B. C. Hums .
2 4 bucliel burlap
5 buliel '
Choice nay 3 t(va3 m
Choice medium 6o4fii 7i
C001 in to
"ink to in 4a
Beam pur pound
10 tn 5i
M to li 50
75 to 6 1 0
8 to 15
Bear 1 03 to V 00
Oreen Halt.. ...M. ....,M
Hheep Pelt, dry .
Hheep Pell, ttreen
. ....... a
Uh)il IIL' ....
(lot 4l.i r
, 4 Mi. i n
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7 Mdi 'I
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nfl'ii. Ark 1"2 i
KHiiKton. MIm .... 9'u i
VUklur, rriMilfa lloimo il l ncr nt
All Dlhi-rwa polnta lii'low Mt-innliln d, Mi ( i
Want, "amo rli'i ai to K liiotor
How refreshing Is a good night's sleep
after the labor ol trial of the day; but the
poor rheumatic knows not its pleasures.
Lot Itiiu not despair, however, Athloplioros
is the great enemy of his disease. It re
newi tae blood, eases the joints, calms the
nerves, soothes the muscles, gtves rest and
peicetrttho troubled brain, and ensures
delightful sleep. Rev. W. B. Evans, of
Washington, P. C, is one of thousands
who attest its virtues. He writes: "It is
a wonderful medicine, ami ought to be
spread throughout the land."
Liver and Kidney Remedy,
12 OnmprHindpd from the well known p-,
curatives iiops, junii, iiuenu, inu
drake. Dandelion, Sarsaparilla, Van
cara Sagrada, etc., combined with an
agreeable Aminatlo hlixir.
j THIY CURE DYSPEPSIA k INDIGESTION, (
A"t upon the Liver and Kldnejs.
EEQUTjATB the bowels,
I They cure Rheumatism, and all Uri
nary troubles. They lnviporato,
uourish, strengthen and quiot
the Nervous fiyatem.
Aa a Tonlo they have no Equal.
T:iko none but Hops and Malt Uilturx.
FOR SALE B ALL DEALERS.
Hops and Malt Sitters Co.
I C J tVt.A OUTOF ORDER.
ClAS NO C0uAt Jk.) Lr.
30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
MASS. GA. '
FOR SALE BY
H. Steagala & Co., Cairo, 111
617 St. Charles St.; ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. rogulBi' GrnclnntB cftwo medical
colleges, na been loniter ei)Ka(?ed in the treat
nipntof Chronio, Nervoui, (Sit in and
Hloo.l Diseases than any otlir pliyaldan In
ttul.mil, as city paper show 11 ml all eld resi
dents know. Consultation aflt'.ce or by mail,
(fee and Invited. A friendly talk or In opinion
tost nothing;. When ltis Inconvenient tovlslt
the city for treatment, medicines ran le sent
byinnll or express evervwheie. Curable cases
guaranteed; where douht exists it la frankly
stated. Call or Write,
yerrona Prostration, DehliUy, Mental and
Physical Weaanem, MercatUI and other
affections of Throat, Skin ind Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blond Poisoning, Skin After
tlons, Old Sores and titers, Impediment to
Marriage, Rheumatism, riles. Special at
tention to eases from orer-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASKS recede special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprndencev Kieesses,
Indulgences or Exposure.
It Is self.evlilent that a physician faying
particular attention to a class or rase attain
ttrcat skill, and physicians In regular practice
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ca, where every known appliance Is 'eirte;
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tharges are kept low, olton lower than Is i!e
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Snecial Atrts. in this citv.
Mutual Life & Accideut
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized Dfccmlcr, in'3, Under tlie
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widow anil Orphans Mii'nal Aid So
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WAI. STUATi- iN
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('. W. IiUnNIMI
TUOMAS LEWIS ,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Foil liT YEAR.
Wm. Htratton, Htratton 4 Bird, trroiers, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. (toldHtlne, of(iolditlne ti Itosenwuler, whole
pain and retail dry jjoiidjC. W. Dunning. M. D.j
l'res. lid. Med. Kx., for I'ensloi,; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; .1. II. Itobinson, county
Jiiduo ann notary public; Win. K. l'itcher, com.
broker and Insurance uitent; K. II. llaird, city
street supervisor; AI. 1'hillips, carpt nter and build
er; Thoinu Lewis, attorney and secretary ; K. V.
I'ierrc, attorney-at-lnW, DuQuoln 111.; K . C . I'aco
cashier of Ontonnlal Haua, Ashley. III. j Albert
Hayden, cashier of George Connolly & Co., Spring
field. Ill ; II. M .vlunn, attorney-at-law, 16 Han
dolpn street, Chicago; Hon. Koht. A. Hatcher, attorney-at-law,
Charlcfton, AIo.; n. Lvlghton,
cashier First National Hank, Stuart, Iowa.
I. utiles iir.d fli.ntlitmen enn And
profliable emplaymcnt at tholr own
lionie. Tho business I light nnd
pleasant. You can mako from i to
hr. lun 1 ... i. ,
by mall any distance, tin stamp lor reply. Please
address CllinvN m ANirvin iiuimi i n . ono
Kaco St., Cincinnati.
LLfNOIS CENTRAL K. R
Sliorteat ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Oulv Lino Jtunnmi?
O DAILY TRAIN
Makiiki Dikkot Connection
K A STERN LINKS.
riuiNs Laavr Cairo:
U.UiO si 111. Mail,
Arriving in St.LouUD UU111.; ChicaKo.a :'in p.ir .,
"onnet iitig at Odin and Ktilnnham for tMi.rln
uatl. Louisville, Indianapolis uuil polnl Kasl.
lli;Xr p. in. Pant St. Louis nnd
ltt'i II fr'.X pI't-HS.
Arriving li, St I.ouls e,.r p. in., ami Connecting
fur all pi.inu Wv.-t.
)). in. I-'iist Kxiircs.
For St. I.oul and Chicago, arriving at St. Lt.ais
10:15 p. in., and Chicago 7:M a. m.
:i 4j P in Cincinnati Kxpr-na.
Arriving at Clucimtal! 7:M) a. m.; l.oulevilU i:M
. m. ; intiianapuis i.iit. a m. I'as.ei.g.Tfc by
this train reach the above points lli to 30
UOLMtb In advance of any other route.
yy-The 3::5 a. m. express has I'L'I.I.M N
MOtEI'IMl CAlt frtun Cairo to Cluc'iiiiatl. with.
out changes, and thrjinU aleeper to M. I.oui
Fast Time Kant.
pMSPTHrmNi b-' tlr line o through to Kast.
1 11,1 1 n vnl ,0iuts without nv delat
ai.n il by Siinilay intervening. Thebaturdav alter
I'.u.rj train from ( hho arrive In new York ilouday
nnmlng at 10:35. Thirty-six hours Iu auvanceol
nv otl.er route.
iV hor through tickuts and further information
ip lv at Illiuols Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U, JONH9, Tlcact Agent
H. HANWON. Oun. I'as. Ager.l. Cbleagu
1. 1. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
tMull 4:(ra. m.
tExpress 11:4'. a. m.
tSt Iinis fix 2:13 p. m.
Expref 3:4'i p. m
:t Louis Kx 1J; p. in
I. c. R. 11 (Houtliern Division1!
t.Mall 4:l.r.a.mltN. O. Ex ..n.-io a.m.
tExprec ln::!i)a m. tN. O Ex... ll:t(la.m.
r A scorn.- 3 45 p.m. tN.O. Kx 4:30 p.m.
ST. h. I. M. H. It.
tExpn-M 10.:tf)p.m. Kxpruss 2:30 p.m.
W., KT. I.. A I. 11. It.
,....l:U)a.ni. I 'Mail A x . . .9. 30p.m.
,..4:C) p.m. I 'Accoti ,.,....I0::) a.m.
a.m. Krelkht 6.45 p.m.
Ya!l A Ex
1- MOBILE A OHIO It. It.
.Mail ....- 5:f5a.m. .Mail
Daily except Sunday, t Dulir.
AHKIVA L AND
DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dep're
. C H. R. (through lock mail)
. . 5 a. m.
..11:111 a hi
3 p. ra.
9 p. m.
9 p. m
9 p. m.
6 a. m.
4 p, iu
" (way mail)
" (Southern Dlv ..
Iron Minmtain U. R
Wabash R. R
Texas A St. Louis R. R
ht. I.oui 4 Cairo R. R
. p. m.
..to p. m.
..7 p. iu.
..5 p. m.
..i p. in.
AIU Liver arrive Wed.
" depart Wed.
P O. gee del. op-n from
P.O. box rittl. nucn from
..7:;x)am to 7:30 pm
..0 a. m. to 9 p. ra.
..8a. m. to lo a.m.
Hunday gen. del. open trom.
8untlais box del. open from.
H a. m. to 10:30 ara
rrN()TK. Chnni'i-s u-lll lw n,,i,li.l,...i t..
time to time tn city papers. Change your cards ac
cordiugly. WM. U. MURPHY. P. M
Mayor Thomaj. W. Ilailie'ay.
Treasurer CuarK s P. Nelli.
Clerk Denrii. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. II. (Hlhert.
Marshal L. U. Meyers,
Mtorner William Hendricks.
Police Magistrate A. Comings.
BOARD or ALDIRaiH
first Ward Wm. McHale, Harry Walker
Second Ward-Jesse llinkle, C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-B. F. Illake, Eg .ert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patler, Adoiph 8wo
Fifth Ward Chas. Lancaster. Henry Stout.
Circuit Judge D.. Maker.
Circuit Clerk A. II . Irvlu.
County Judge J. II. Robinson.
County Clerk 8. J. Ilumm.
County Attorney Angus Leek.
County Treasurer Miles W. I'arker.
Sheriff John Hodges.
Coroner M. F'ltzgorald
County Commissioner T. W. Hallidiy, J. IP
Mulcahev and Peter Sauo.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Popla
street; preaching every Sunday momlngaud
night at usual hours. Prayer meet 11 g Wednea
day night; Sunday school, 9:80 a.m.
Rev. JNO. F. EDEN, Pastor.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER Episcopal
Fourteenth street; Hunday 7:00a m., Holy
Communion 10:30a. m.. Morning Prayers 11 a. 111.
.Sunday school 8 p. m., Evening Prayera 7:id p.m
r. r. unvenport, s. i . M. Hertoi.
1-lllST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCII.-
t'rachlngnt 10:30 a. n..,3p. m., and 7:30 p. in.
iabbath school at 7:30 p. tu Rev. T. J. Shore,
I CT11 KHAN- Thirteenth street; servlt.c Sah
I j bath 1:30 a. m.; Sunday school 2 p.m. Rev.
MKTHODIST-Cor. 'Eighth and Watnnt streets,
Preaching Sabbath U:(M. m. and7:30 p.m.
tinday School at 4:00 p. m. Rev. J. A. Scarrett,
I JRESHYTERIAN -Eighth street; preaching on
1 Salibath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. ra.; praver
iieetlng Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday School
it 3 p. in. Rev II. V. Ocore, pastor.
T. JOSEPH S -tHoman Catholic) Corner Cros
and Walnut tret; Mfisj every Sunday at
and lrt a. m.; Sunday school at 2 p. m., and Vesp
ers nt 3 p.m. M ss every morning at 8 a. m. Rev
C. Sweeney, pastor.
OT. PATRICK'S-(Uoman Catholic) Corner Ninth
J street and Washington avenne; Mass every
Sunday and H and lo a. m.: Sunday ech io at 2 p.m.'
and Vespers at 3 p. m. A'ass cve y mcrn'ng at 8
p.m. Rev. J, Murphy, paatoi.
IKS IS m
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
Hicbnst Cash Price Paid for Wheat.