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trtytr tus-ting, WcdorMiay T:ti p. m.; Suaday
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Arrival and Departure of Train.
ILLtNol CEMKAL RAILKOAD.
. Arr:i-. IM-part.
hJ- 4Mia . 11 p.m.
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rT Lot'Iri 1. 'lit. AND eOlTHERS KAlLhdAU.
UihU AND fcT. LOCI8 kAlLKOAl.
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I kknitiwboru AfuiumodMitit 1VM fl. ICJp.lB.
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KNKKAX HKLIVKKY cpri. . . a n..;
t tp : Monday : B to a. ft.
Mi7 Ordrr l-parimi-iil 'pu a. it.: :.
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I M.ippi LU1 hniiroa.!. eio at f ' P- ,,
lajo kbd I'opla BiuR TbMtrb "
at U :'J0 p. hi
Ua Mail ia l'.Htioi tfttraJ. ( a-io and it
V r,j, 'bud a.Mippi CriUa. halln a- t at
f ML: hr Na-Tt. t.attf lUV.roa: i.-"" al fc
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IIVOKK AMI WASU1N0T0S.
,U MILLS ;i'OLlS.ll!l!-Al'H.l"kw
i-hK ANU BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
i- rkM1.n--ri' bv c.ihir ruu W n.ak- runnxt-
Mit ri.ir a!l'l.itfM.mr;f from ci.e to .l
M tUl.f luklll,
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mid.U uvi!i muie
ilav. Trslri- Uar and arrive al ( aire ' i"""'-
Mail li-av-i lip.m.
V Wnifou71.tii' aid it.Vk to a.', inipeiiaut
y" A MILLKK KosWEl.t.wn-.U.H-l.iul
Awrt. oitirm. sept.
L. B. tUUKCU. Pawi.R-r A(f 1 1.
IiYKI.VG AND IlF.M.VATlN(i.
Ol'K OLD CLOTH tS
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DYKU OR JiKPAlKKD
At nlVlllliiS l-vpime-i'. t'. I'.
CHAM. SHELLEY. .10 XIliHTH ST.
LIT" tM'.'t slid 'in(' iil'l h"' ""'l'1 ' .' w
" VARim VI"K-
WHOLESALK .VXD RETAIL
'.Tie Latest Variety Stock
IN' TIIK CITY
.v (JOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cur. NtAtttMitu trsl wd I
OoMMNlal A., I
O. O. PATIEU & CO.
Owr ntbrt Itt CwkJ
FOR ALL ILEUM fXATfNd PUJiPOSES.
IVimuis ho Kifi: iiil.nr tifii nor inclination in inv-stiv;atif tin' xvi:iir iiK'titH it'
vir'.in;t: (.wk of lMineil I'etnlnim, usk )iy
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THE FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL.
n.0e Fahrenheit Kirr Tit.
J fikfer j.i.4,1 l'tr tl.kn (:W
CAN N OT 13 K
And is the r.r) II-UkI Graoc of lilnuiinatin Oil from which, in the process of
iiibnufitrtre, ETery lnpurtty Has Heen Klliininatt.il. Klaine U Free from
Beiuln uxl ruraftw. In Color, Klaiue is Spring Water Whit
w.! it " Fire Tet" is So Hij;h as to make it a Aluohitely
frr feH ulj' lllnmiBant Knon. Having Xo Dis
I4tm'4VV Odor, Kluine is it Pleasant Oil
For Family u.-.
IT JOKS NOT INCllL'ST TJ1H WICK
Aril it is n'oi.iei its
CAl'TlOX ). . (2 l wM-.il ii, the ptnlnse of Klaine, as its great and growing
I'lij i. arty t.as iniuoid the iiitixsluctinu of imitations.
ASK FOR IT. 1'SE NO OTHER OIL IN YOUR LAMPS !
KDli SAl.K nv
13 A HCI. A V ,mU)frJ IKH8,
Kiglitli Stin t, uat (otiiri.ereial Aenue.
V. Kl'SCII, IliM T.lMl It.
Itnitii; .o.rtil a f.rn t liifs li.l.e:v. ni tl j.Ian-d a.
flrnt-ciH'. St. Li um bi.nr .11 'Iiiiijm , 1 am prepared
CAKKS Ct' KVMIY IiRSflill'TloS,
rrnin ihe plalM-n. totlieii.fl rli.beraiekiuil.mit
hIiIc lor idd;nfH, balls, etc. ; also nil kinds of
lln-Bit. Plea ami l'ustrj, at tbu ery lwit rates.
Iinli-r vtll be prninptiy filled. A tUllvery voi(fiiii
will ran daily to nil psr: el tbe city for the aecom
tiiuiliitlnii 11I ' uKinecrf
A share iiftbe pt:bli.'K put'dtape i anlii.'itvd. and
siitlslit' tlini iM.teamei'd
a? F.AT MAKKKT.
JJKW IEAT MARKET.
Sirtcf tl.Pii(faio i;.ho.
No SO. Ohio I
JOE ABELL, Agent,
A fall aid eomplt PP' ih wt of all
kind BiMt alwart oa Biia. Onr Mf
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY
IrnilM t t' l'l titdcuni
I N E !
- r Oilt? H i liecmisr Klmnr
EXPLO D E I ) !
OYM Klts AMI liSH.
Vholeiili. nutl retail dealer in
OYSTHIIS AND FISH,
Oysters in Bulk ami Can, Soa Fish,
.Native Fish, Celery and Gamp.
Pmtlcular attention nnlil to order from atirosd
and all stiK-k xtiaranteed V.I11 a sUlliptd.
t. KNKllAL MKKCHANDISF..
Wliuli'salc mid Ki lail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Coamarclal Atnui, I
Cratr ilf blh draft (
MORNIXIJ, JANUARY 25,
MARKETS ttY tklegrapji
LiVKKPimi, JHnuary 'M. 2:;i0 V. M.
Wla-at in!"tViiiUT, h (MvjflH 2.1;
Spriu. s 10il(f;,8H yd; California uvcr
urrp, 8h VJ; i.qMs UJ; Culiforniia :lul)
IN lilojflri 7l. (.'orn-Hifw, 4 r:r rental.
O in Id, 2:..
NHW Vl)k OKAIX.
Xfcw Vohi, Jsnvuiry 24. 12:05 i. m,
Wheut IJiiiit - No. 2 Cliica, 8&1 X;
Xo. 2 Milwaukee, I 01 1 21 ; Hod Win
ter, 'l 00.1 ; No. 3 Red Winter,
$t 00,VX.. 2 Anib:r, 1 081 0Ha'.
Corn Quitit steamer, 40; Xa. 3,
Xo. 2, 7;,V4J. '
tincAiiO r.rui.s ax Miocck.
CwrcACrtj, January 24, It i. h. Pork
-M:irch, fl 15; April, $9 U0. 0)rn
Feln-uary. ao;1, ; Mun h, Ill lj; Mny, 35
VMient -Febnurj', 85 ; March, Htt:.
Ckicawi, Jiinuarv 24, 12 M. Pork
March, :t07ij; April. f!t 20. (Mrn
Februnn-, ':iOV.(n ijnf'j : Mi.reh. 1; May,
u5,!i'0j ;b'. Wheat -S5(i Ho'g February;
8(ig' AT.. rb.
I14JX01S LUilSUtTitllH HOMKW AKI) l!OlM)
AM ANSWKK foil mil! INliKHSi II, I, CAPI
TA J. M.SMP.
SritiNOPiKi n, January 2:1. Most of the
luembcrs of the Illinois General Assembly
hare nne to their homes and families.
General Iipm and wife departed for Chi
cago to-day ntm, which called . to the
Chicago and Alton depot a large crowd of
people, to cheer them on their going. In the
crowd were observed a large numWrof
plaee-hunters, l.o disgusted even lKKly by
their fawning manner toward General
Geo. Ham. Caiy, of Ohio, will lecture in
thw city next Saturday and Sunday even
ing, on "Mihtiikes about Mows," which is
iu aiiawer u lVb Ingersoll'a "Mistakes of
MosM." He will also lecture on 'lutein
perauec, the Kvil and JtVincdy."
'Hie Secretary of .State, to day, licensed
t lie Kicctric Miiiiiifwrturing Company, of
Chicago: cajiitnl tixk $10,000.
Hon. A. M. .limes (Ling Jones. I waa to
day reappointed by the Go' t-nior as Peni
tentiun (iiu:niifsioner, to hucced himself.
The Assembly Club, of Springfield, were
given a tine party last night at the F.xecu
Va-iiix..ion. 1). C.,.Ian. 21, 1S79.
As is well known, after the reassembling
of Connss Senator Kdmuuds submitted
resolutions affirming the validity of the
13th, 14tli und l.V.h amendments to the
j Constitution. Like mist of his party, he
I seeni'.'d to have no regard for the "Constitu
tion as It wns" but much for the additions
made to it in the years of excitement (.lur
ing and since the war. Senator Morgan
yesterday, acting for a committee, appoint
ed at a Senatorial Democratic caucus, pre
sented a substitute for Senator Edmund's
resolution. The sulstitute aflirms the su
premacy ot the whole Constitution in its
sphere, the rigbt of the States, etc., and is,
on the whole, a readable and sound dM:'rinc.
The only great objection to it wlmld apply
to any paper under the circumstances and
that is, that it will lead to interminnble
discussion and thus to the neglect of the
projier business of congress.
This proper business of congress, by the
way, is to pi..vs the appropriation bills, in
vestigate and discuss some means of bene
fitting the industries of the country, estab
lish two nr more steamship linen to South
America, do justice to the producing West
by improving the navigation of the Missis
sippi, and t tin; South by aiding the Texas
and Pacitic railway, and adjourn. The more
discussion we have of ubstract questions
the less we shall have of legitimate and
necessary business. I hope ifeinocratic
senators will content themselves with voting
and let H"puhlicans waste time in the dis
cussion of the Edmunds resolutions and
It is a vexed question among lMuwrats
in the Senate whether to side with Senator
Conkling, or the Administration on the sub
ject of the New York Custom House nomi
nations. The friends of Senator C. s:iy
there is now no doubt of the rejection of
the. nominees, and this of course will be a
victory of the Senator.
At tin! close of the civil war, under tlieu
existing law, erery soldier in any way dis
abled in the line of his duly was entit led to
penioii during cunt i nuance of his disabil
ity. . Afterwards 11 Inw wus pissed to the,
effect that if application was made
for pen sum within three years from
date of discharge the pension should go
back to date of iliwhargii, Tito three years
worn afterward increased to flv. By au
act which passed the senate last week, hav
ing previously passed the house, the pcrlmt
was made. Indefinite', so that any soldier of
the civil war who hereafter applies for
and reoelTeg pension, will receive
paymunt from tho ilato ho left servloo,
I M J ho P mJj granted,
eonnuence t a Inter date, will woivn or
reiirs of pension.'' Th- aDiotint the act will
cost, for pensions heretofore granted, i" p
tiiimtwl at from twenty to fifty millions of
dollars, i The prospective, cost is als-oref.t.
Mr, yi-s it U understood, will divide nn
Thursday next whether totpprove tU: net
OITOXKXTSOFTHI: TEXAS PACIFIC
Louiavi'.le CcmriiT Juirniil.
The Raltimoro American an 1 Baltimore
Sun, loth avowed opponents of the Texas
Pacific bill, because, they aver, it "grant?
a mbsidy to a private corryirution," are
earnestly advocating a government subsidy
of S,000,000 or 10,000.000 for the purpose
of eutUiig a ship canal from Deluwiue. bay
to Chespfmke bay. The ship canal projects
in various stati, which the virtuous anti
subidista are now advocating, will cost the
national treasury more than the construc
tion of solid lines of levees from Cairo to
the Gulf of Mexico on the Misisippi
river. Let that fevee bill be pushed with
KILLED BY A MKTOR!
MI.U.D, WHIM. AKI.KKI', BY THK M.L UK
A TWI.MV I'Oi;.r MKTOlt.
ilnr!':ai.aijli .Torn u).)
On Tuesday night last, L'nidri Grover,
who resided in the vicinity of Xeniown.
Fountain county, me his defitli in a way
that is probably without parallel in tliis ur
any other country. Mr. Gr over was a wid
ower, living on his farm with a married
daughter and her husband. On the even
ing relerred to the married couple had burn
absent on a visit to some neighliors, and up
on returning at a late hour, enfred the
house, finding everything, to all appearance
in usual order, and supposing that Mr.
Grover had already retired, went to bed
Xext morning the daughter arose, and
having prepared breakfast, went to the ad
joining room to call her father, and was
horrified to hnd him lying upon his shat
tered led, a mutilated corpse. Her screams
brought the husband quickly to the bed
room, and an inspection disclosvd a ragged
opening in the roof directly over the breast
ot the unfortunate man, which was torn
through as if bv a cannon shot, and extend
ing downward through the bedding and
floor; other holes showed the direction
taken by the deadly rnissle. Subsequent
search revealed the fact that the awful ca
lamity was caused bv the fall of a meteoric
stone, and stone itself pyramidial in shape
and weighing twenty pounds ami a lew
ounces, avoirliiX)is and stained with blood
was unearthed from a depth of nearly f ve
feet, thusshowing the fearful impetus with
which it struck the dwelling. The position
of the corpse, with other surronudings,
when found, showed that the victim was
asleep wheu stricken, and that deatb, to
him, was painless.
THK WI.STON DM If-VMK. AMif hSON -O
t.KAWVI II AI.I.KNf.KS "HI.OWI.lt" l'I:OW X
APol.U) m.t.VIDKKK JKKKItKV.
Weston, having leen outftripped in all
'games ot pcdestnaiiisin, ha.s strutk a
new idea, and he purposes attempting a
feat of walking 200 miles in 1000 hours.
Augusta M. Danner. of New York, is tho
last man named who thinks he can beat
O'ljenry's rccoid. and he says he is prepared
to demonstrate his ability to do s i.
Prior to Madame Anderson's walk, a
prominent sporting gentleman in Brooklyn
wagered VK) that she would not l. i.lile
to keep on the truck for the space of three
An amusing ruse was resorted to daring
the lute walk, ill order to keep Madame An
derson aw ake. When a looker-on happened
to fall asleep, she was furnished with a tin
horn alatut three feet long, and the sleeper
was suddenly awakened by a loud burst in
The Spirit is authorized t ay that
O'l ary will make such 11 match with Mr.
Blower'' Brow 11 to takepluee in the I'nited
Slate-, and will bet Mr. Brown an addi
tional .'.'BUM that the
American beats the
best performance ever made in the world,
and a third I'lOOO that he 1-eals Mr. Brown
five miles, A forfeit for this match is now
in our hands and the lirm of Ward it Brown
is invited to cover it. -;Ex.
TIIK CAPltlCIOl S MISS HACK.
SIIK Kr.ci.lVr.s A "SMA k" KKOM IKK XKW
1 t Ovleuis Tliue. 2M. I
It is both entertaining and gratfying to
notice with what whole-souled enthusiasm
the Chicago press is scathing .Miss Minnie
Hank, the prima donna, tor the absurd
caprice she has lately been guiltvof in that
city. She is interviewed by rejsirters who
administer lectures to her upon propriety
and slaughtered by editorials which are.
so to speak, broadsides of sarc.tsiii and re
proof. It would appear a little cruel thus to
pitch into a female, but it must be remem
bered that Miss II, ink, as a professional
aspirant to public favor, richly deserves all
the haul words they hurl at her. She is a
great musician and' possibles a marvelous
voice, but these ace iinplihmoiiisiii no way
entitle her to, immunity from punishment,
The fact is, Miss Hauls has had h"r head
turned by the adulation she has received m
St. Petersburg, Berlin und London, und
seems intent on making herself notorious,
after the manner of Adaliiu Patti. She
started from New Orleani, some twelve
years ago, us a psr German girl, picked up
in Boval street, singing for her living, and
hsA, through the nsViatancn of benefactors
who, hy the way, have never U-en so much
as thanked for their rains travelod up.
ward upon the ladder of fame until today
her dictum is worshipped by managers and
her purse filled to over-flowing with the
. With her niiccom, she hns acquired all the
habits of the grand Indies; she has her
'bctmtheuV' certain Chevalier Von War
tig, who cajK'ni around her, upsetting ev
erything and making a general nuisance of
himself; sba hM her wardrobo of fabulous
pr(ce, which alto uivtfa to ruin ewry
NEW SEHIES NO. 18T)
now nnd again and mulcts the
manager with the cost; she has her times
to sing and her times to enjoy a bad cold:
she has her way of going or not going to
the theatre, of appearing or not apitcaring.
a she sees fit, and poor Mapleson is ready
to tear his hair any minute and wish tic.
were in that happy land where peoplo burn
all the time, hut where, by way of compen
sation, there are no prima donnas.
The Chicago affair was all about a
dressing room, and the result was a dis
appointed audience and a howling prnss.
We are gUl sh is catching it on all bides
and sincerely hope the reproof will have a
good effect: for she will doubtless como to
.New Orleans, and, although we would
gladly hear her sing, we cannot fancy the
staid New Orleans public will delight to
be insulted by any of her whims and non
sense. Why wtu, votj allow a cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia,
itemorrliages and Lung troubles when ait
immediate relief can o easily he attained.
JJoschee s German Syrup ' has gained the
largest sale in the world for the euro of
Coughs, Colds and the severest Lung Dis
eases. It is Dr. BovJioe's famous German pre
veription, and is prepared w ith the greatrr
care, and no fear need beentertaimsl in ad
ministering it to the youngest child, as per
directions. The sale ot this medicine is
unprecedented. Since first introduced there
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a tailure to do its
work in any ease. Ask your drugt as to
the truth of these remarks. Large si,e "i
cents. Trv it and la; convinced.
"I AM BABY MABLE DOKE."
. A girl baby aWout five months old was
found between nine and ten o'clock last
evening on the steps of Mr. A. J. Ix-c's resi
dence. No. 47 Hopkins street. The little
waif wore a gold ring, and was provided
with a supply of clothing of a lino quality.
There had also been left with it a Ixrttle of
milk, another paregoric, and a silver spsn.
Pinned to the child was the following
queer little note:
"I am baby Mable Don. Please rake
and care forme, and I may be a blessing to
you. Please keep a copy of the morning
papers, for when I grow up to be a miss in
my teens something may turn tip that will
be ot value to poor little me."
Can't Pheacii Good. No man can do
good job of work, preach a good sermon,
try a law suit well, doctor a patient, or
write a good article when he feels misera
ble and dull with sluggish brain and un
steady nerves, and none should make the
attempt in such a condition when it can be
so easily and cheaply removed ly a little
Hop Bitu-rs. See "Truths" und "Proverb"
THK TATlAilt-sJ'RAiil'K Hl'NNIMl MATCH.
At Gilinorc's Garden, on the afternoon ot
New Year Day, N. Taylor and A. B.
Sprague started to run twenty miles. The
trucks were those used in the O'Lcary-Catn-pana
match. Taylor's being nine laps to
the mile, and Sprague 's eight laps. Tay
lor's score was: One mile, 4m. 41 Jh. ;
twenty miles. 2 h. 52m. 2'2?s's. Sprague's
sore was: One mile, lj m.;stoppcd on the
Taylor isucuriosity a thin, dried tip Yan
kee of forty-eight years, who commenced
his pedestrian career when forty-four
years old, ami traius on pie, cider, milk, ap
ples, custard, etc. lie has traveled alxmt
New England and New York for three
years, running five, ten or twenty miles at
uthletic meetings, fairs, musters, "general
trainings," etc. He runs barefoot, or in hi
stocking feet, canies his body erect and
and stiffly holding his hands on his chesl,
spending no strength in useless movement.
His style, which has U'cn much criticised.
i s-,,'n"' w,'ii au.ipieu to long distances run
ning, as it eeonoiuiz.es jsiwer, and waste
nothing in unnecessary motions. His stride
is quick, low and unusually short.
Cold piercing winds and driving rains
seldom fail to bring on a cough, cold or
Ii tai'seness at this season, and Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup should be kept in every hous:-.
Fur sale by all druggists. 25 cents.
Flokiiu. A throng ot sulfercrs, with
coughs ami colds, annually go south to en
joy the ethereal mildness of the land of
(lowers. To them we would my the neces
sity of that expensive trip is obviated by
Compound lloucy of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes the roughs and colds incident to
this rigorous clime. For public speakers it
surpasses toe Deniostlicne regimen of "peb
bl s and sea shore;" clearing the throat un
til this voice rings with the silverv cadence
of a ls'H, Use Compound Honey of Tar.
Pi ice . cents a bottle. Bamci.av Bnos.,
Whin tisi'il for liiieiiinatisin, Sire Throat,
Lame Back, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises,
Cuts,Coiitrm tfd Muscles, Still' Joints, Corns
and Burns, on human beings; and Spavin,
Uinglsiiie, Galls, Cuts. Scratches, etc., on
animals, CoUsoenV Lightning Liniment is
unequalled, tun! its eti'ect simply electrical.
As it name suggests, it is quick to rWicve.
and thousands bear witness to its astound
Bahci.av Bitos., Ageiii-i
To all who are s uttering from the emu s
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, !o of Oiiiiihood, &., 1
will send h rtN-ijie that will cure you, FKF.K
OF CHAUGK. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in America.
8jfHl a half-addie!"! envelop to the Bw,
Johxph T. I Mi an, station D. Bible llvu".
New York City. :,