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C1IBQ. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MOBNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1881.
Circuit Judge 0. J.Ilukrr.
Circuit Clork A. H. Irvln.
Coauty Judire It. H Yocura.
Count? (,'lr-S. J. Hoium.
Count Attorney J. M.Dmron.
County Trcaatiror Mllo W. Parker.
Hhiirltr John Hodjree.
Coroucr K. Fltreerald
County Coin ralMlonorsT. W. Halliauy, J. A.
Olbhf and Peter rUnn.
Mayor N. B. ThiUewoo4.
Treaurnr T J.KortU.
;i(irk Dtcrilfl. J, Poltiy.
Couniior-Wni. B. Ollbort.
.Viambal L. II, .Moyur,
Attoruujr William llendricA.
BOARD or AADtHKS.
,-lret Ward-Peter Sanp. T. M. Ktmbrongu.
rtecond Ward Jeniv IPnkle, O. N. Bogie
Third Ward D. K, Ii ; 'John Wood..
Fourth Ward Chary , (,Ptwr, Adolpb Swo
Kifih Ward-T. W. Ha, r, Krneat B. PettU,
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Teutta and Poplar
atruat; preacblua flrat and third hiinday la
each month, 11 a. di. mid T: p. m : preyer meet
luiTburwly,7:40p. in ; Sunday athool, t:V3 a m
ltnv. A. if . U B88, Paator.
"UIl'KCH Or THE HKDBBJIKR-(laPl)
V KourteenUi eireet; bandey 7:9Ue in.. Holy
Kuchaalut; 0:HO a. m., Sunday achool 10:49 a. in.,
Morning prayera; f):W p. m.. evening -rayert. r.
P. Davnport, 8. T. K. llector.
T.-MK8T M18HIONAHY HAPTIST CIICRCH.
I1 Prachlngatlu:80a. o...lp. m,and 7:10 p. in.
Babbatb icbool at 7:80 p. m Rev. T. J. flborea,
JL'TllERAN-Tblrfjentb itreoli rviu:i Bab
J batbltW a.m.; Sunday achool t p. m. Rev.
MKTHorIBT-Cor. Klghtb ad Walnut tfU,
Preaching aabbatb 11:00a. n. endT:80 p.m.
Sandny SkUool at : p. in. Hv. J. A . ScerreM,
JUEKDTTKKI AN Eighth ttreet: preaching on
w.i.k.ii, ii m m and T:)o. m.: orever
mating Wedueaday at 7:) p.m.; Bnnaay ocoooi
at 8 p.m. Ilev B.V.Oaorge.paaWr.
ST. JOMEPn'a--IU3raan Catholic) Corner CroM
and Walnut atreete; aerrlcee Bahbath 10:80a.
Bunday rkbool at p. m.; Veepere 8 p. m.;er
nctp every day at 8 a. m. Hair. O'Bera, Prleat.
ST. PATIUCK8 (Homao Catholic) Corner Ninth
it V.'Mjhlnirton avenue: aerrleee Bab-
oath i and 10 a. ni.; Venpera 8 p. m.; Sunday School
p. m. aervlcen every day at 8 a m. Ret. MaatenwD
K. II. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R-
THAIK tlKfAHT. TBAHi 1UU1.
KlpreM 11:10 am
RxureM S:-0 a.m
MISS CENTRAL R. R
Mail 4:Ma.m ItMall ...... .. 5:O0p.m
Kipre.e 10:15a m tiUpnf 11:30 a.m
C. 4 HT. I.. R. K. (Narrow Gauge )
EiproM S::)a.m ,Bipra &: Spm
Accom'ditlon. 1 :35 p.m I Aecom'datoln 12:80 p.m
ST. L.. I.M. . R. R-
ExproM I:00a.m I EproM 11:10a m
tAceotn nation. :30p.m tAccom'detton U:4ia.m
WABASn. ST. I.OUIS 4 PACIFIC R'T CO.
Mall Ki .... 5:M.m 'Mill Ex.... 9:89 p a
I)ily except Bunday. t Dally.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunrunj?
o DAILY TRAINS
O From Cairo,
Making Direct Connkotion
Tiuma Lf avi Caiiw:
;t:lft ft m. Ma,U.
Arriving U 81. I.oiiin l:45 a.m.; Chicago. 8:30 P.m.i
nati, Loulaville, ludUuapolia and polnta Eaat.
1 i:lo n.m. t. Ioulu and Wjtrn
ArnlnilnHt. I.ouH7:05p. in., and connecting
for ail point Wet.
1:20 p.m. Fruit Kpr.
JorSt. l.oui and CMr.ao, arriving at St. lAitita
in: in p.m., "d Chicago 7:) a m.
4:UO iviu.Cinolnnatl Kxpr).
Arriving at Clncliiii.ii 7:( a.m.; I.ouiavllle 7:0
a w. Iui!iai.apolla 4:( a.m. Paiwengera by
tfaia trair, reach the above poltila 13 to J8
UOL'I'S to udvauce of any other route.
tr-The4:! p. m. erpreaa baa PULLMAN
M.KEPINOCAR atro to Cincinnati, without
change, and through alcepera to Bt. tooia ana
FuhI Tirno Kant.
JraCHJItlS em point without any delay
caused by Hundoy InUirventiig. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive! In new York Monday
morning at 10:S5. Thlrty-lx hour In advauceol
any other ronto, ... . . ..
rurFnr through tlcketa and further Information,
nolTat llllnola Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
JAo. JOHNSON, J. H. J ONES.
Hen. Hnutliiirii Agent. Tlrkct Agent,
A. n. HANSON, Uen. Pa. Agent. Chicago
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
Arkanat andTeiai Expra.... i:ooa m. Dally
F,nr,.iA tl:10.m. Dally
Ticket ofllce; No. gWo Ljjjr
Q.E0RQE U. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsician and Surgeon,
npoctai attention pam i nuiuoiiui
montof aurglcal dlfeaees, nddlaeaaei of women
and children. .. .
Qfflco: On 14th itreet, oppoilU the Poat Office.
QR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi-No. 188 Commercial Avenue, between
Ightb and Ninth Street
J)R. W. C. J0CELYN,
FFICK-Blghtk Street, ueat Commercial Avenne
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'B PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar JjoadH a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Le?ee,
MILL AND COMMINNION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Hixrbeat Cuih Price Paid for Wheat.
CAIRO AND SEW MADRID PACKET.
'10 NEW MADRID.
W. J. TURNER. Vaiter.
J. K MUSE, Clerk.,
Leavea Cairo for New Madrid and way point!
every Tneaday, Thursday and Saturday at Hp, m,
Returning leavoa New Madrid Wineaday, Friday,
and Monday at 7 a.m.
For freight or taasapply to ,
JAMKa blUQS, Agent.
()t W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
conitantly on band
J STAVE CLIPPINGS
At Seventy-five centu per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trim mlniri" are coaraaihavlngi and make
uebeat inmmer wooa ror eoogingpnrpoiea wen
a the eheaneat aver aold In Cairo. For black
rmltb'i naeinaattlnR tlree, they an onequalled
Leave Tdor otderaat the Tenth ret wooa yaro
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE "Vn STATES
W0 h "
On end after Monday, Jane 7tb, and ontll Inrther
notice the ferryboat will make (rlpi aa folio wi:
LliTla MUTBI LIATII
FootFoortb it. Mliiourl Land1!. Kentucky Ldf.
, , . i . , i i
1:00 a.m. 8:80 a. m, 9 . m.
10:00 a.m.' 10:80 a.m. Ham.
itOOp.m. 1:80p.m. (p.m.
4:00 p.m, 4:80 p.m. 5;00p.m.
tp.m. 9:80 p.m. I p. at'
818 REMOVED BIf IH0P TO
EIHflTH ST, BETWEEN' COMMERCIAL AT.
AND OHIO LET.,' NEAR TO ESQ.
I'OM I N'OS' OFFU'E.
Hi bai received e full etock of the deit Lcaluar,
and guarantee both the flt and the workraamhlp.
(VOtve him e call.-novlml
COAL, WOOD ICE.
WOOD, COAL and ICE.
rvi unn r
by tbi Ton or Car Load, delivered In aoy part of the
WOOD OK ALL KIJCDS.
9T Leave order at my Wood and Coal OIBce.
STOVES AKD TINWARE.
ALL 80RT8, SIZES AND STYLES'
Manufacturer o? and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER ik SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KIND OT JOB W0BK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 87 EIGHTH STREET,
HE CITY NATNOAL BANE
W. t. HALMDAT, PreaMent.
9. L. HAXLIDAY, Vlre-Preeident.
TH08. W. HALLIDAT, Caihter.
. ITAATtTATU). W. P. (ALUDAr,
imn l. saujDAT, a. . oinmiaeBAii,
. d. anLuimon, titk iw,
r. a. OANDia.
Kxebanire, Coin and United Stextea Bondi
BOTJOHT AMD IOLD.
DepoetteracelTed and general banking tuini
Comtnerelal Avenue and Eighth Street,
t. DKOS8, Prettdent. I P.KMPP.VicePrraldont
U. WELLI, Caehler. T.J. KEHTU, AM t cah.
F. Brine ..Cairo.
Peter Kef, "
C, M. Oiterlob... "
William Kluge Cairo.
C. O. Patter "
n. well "
J. T. Clemeon, Caledonia.
A UKNEBAL BANKING RITRINEM DONE.
Ilcbange aold end bought. Intareet paid In the
oavinge iepanmtnt. I collection maoe ann
all bnatneti promptly attended to.
TAR! STY HTORK.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO..
Cor,NlBtntbitreetl P.oJrn Til
Commercial Avm WlirU, Alii
THE CONTRAST !
Whit? other Baking Pnwdtr
are largely adultewtod with
ww rturt other hurtful drug,
hn$ been krpt unchanged in all
ill original purify and ntrgth.
The bent et4dnr of it$ nafetj
and effect i ven n it the fart of it
having received the highent tenti
niovial front the mont eminent
rhemiti in the United 8tatet
who hare analgted it, from its
introduction to the prenent time.
There are nt powder that bear
higher chemical tent, uor any
that nhvw no good remilt by the
TEST OF TH OVEN.
It I a pure Fruit Acid Baking
Powder. Made by
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St. Louin, Mo.,
Mnnfaotnrnr of Lnpnlln Yeaat
Ctoma, Dr. Price' SpeoUl Flavoring
Extrtcte, and Or. PrloeV Ualqa
120 Broadway, New York,
of any Life Innuranra Company
IN TI-IK WORLD.
. it aloce 1 ee
etipolattng that the contract of tuiurance ''ihall
not be dlaputed" after It Ii three yean old,
ana mai nice poii' iea dii h
Paid Tv- wviuelv,
on receipt of aatlifuctory proof of deitb
It policy i clear and concise, and conltlua
NO ARDUOUS CONDITIONS.
S. B. It FAD TOUB POl.lrir.l. Cotnnare (he
thort and tlmple form naed by ibe Kaultaule with
tbelong and obacure contrtcta loaded down with
technicality iavd by other rompante:
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holder are
N. R Sen the manv latter from roller holder
expr!ng their gratification with the return from
their Toutdii Savimh Frrn round.
Assets Securely Invested
Surplus Serurely liivettted, nearly
K. A. BURNETT. Agent.
Offlre. (.ornor 12th and Wsihlnglon.
November 34, 1881. m3dw
KKW YORK FASHIONS.
OUT-IVIOR OARMKNT3 STREET COSTUMES
EVKNISO IJREeSES PATH'S TOtI.ETTE
HOLIDAY KANCT WOBB8.
It matters little if your costume be at
fault, provided you have a new lined cloak;
since faults are covered by an expanse that
roaches within two or three inches of the
lower edge, That expanao, too, is graceful
in contour, enveloping the person without
bulkiness; convenient because of tho large
sleeves, rendering it essy to put on; com
fortable becauso warm. Equipped in one of
these cloaks, you defy not only the outer
air, but the utmost acumen of tho feminine
gare, for even that garo must rest con
tented by the rich attractions of sieilenue,
brocade or satin. Of course, there are
minor ditTorenc.es among these cloaks;
sonic being handsomer than others, but
none are more attractive in shape than the
grosvenor pelisse which has plaiting set in
the lower part of tho back seam, and grad
uated plaiting that form the sleeves.
Then come tho family of redingutes, and
equal to a Scotchman's clan they are.
Mado of the various mixed cloths, they have
a tribe like resemblauce, but vary in lesser
points, eince omc are dark, other light,
etc., etc. Thoy, too, envelope the figure,
but it is in a more business like way. Last
but not least, are jackets of mixed cloth,
while near akin are basque the latter
most Kenerally of rich material, luch a
plush or vslvet.
The OrauVillt , fs (a. jaunty model for a
itrect jacket -double) breasted, tiRht fitting
and with the Melius, ovenklrt form ia
rcellent outfit. TIih overnkirt which
would combine with almost
ny coraege or wslkiug eklrt,
Ii arranged with a ehtwl pointed apron
draped in plait at the left side and in shir,
ingi on the right, Anothor MvIinIi street
ewttume ia tbe Imtta, wliicli it mad ,with
new plaited rufflei around flic lower edge,
gatlinrod flouucei aore, plain in front and
pilt plaited at th ildne and back. A full
drapiug hangs at the back ami a draped
apron ia front. Thfi l.nsun is double
liniailfj and tight fitting. Of courae for
atrect wear an addition of fur will soon he
made. Larga capes, n al laqtica, seal dol
mans are all fashionable U my nothing of
fur lined circular and the fur lined cloaks
mentioned above. Lord & Taylor's rata
logtie is a cruras of soil or iicnrrr fur
without sleeves while eqUHlIy ncnt i
plaited hunter' jacket of seal or bearer
with belting in at the waist. Tlu st. lust are
intended for youthful lwllrs only.
IV tNl NO DHKHff.8.
The largest figures w upholstery goods
ate no larger than thoso on evening lab
rirs while for combination wp have materi
al where one mammoth strip, terminated
only to be succeeded by another. Manifest
ly these huge 8oral patterns must he il
lowod some material swsy tni so wp find
them disposed in the leugtliem d (.weep of
court trains or the plain surface of a front
breadth while sandwiched in the interval
between aro the broad ntript'd fnbrics.
More modest evening costume ere of plain
satin combined with gauze, grenadine or
canhmere and these are usually short, sleeves
are virtually ignored. Yet elbow sleeves
ate seen, while the changes aro run on
eqtmre and heart shaped necks since the
genuine low nrck ia conspicuously alwrit
from evening assemblies. Jlobt of,
AOELIN'A PATH S COTrMEft
have elbow slevees. A white sutin and
gatue toilette is throughout nn intricate
mass of plaiting and shirring inmlp with
court trsin, all iu oue, ImraUhnped neck
and elbow sleeve. Gloves, a p:tle. tan
color; loug and wrinkled with diamond
earlngsaad pin. A second toiletto is of
cresmy white satin, richly embroidered on
the front breadth with floweis in natural
colors; court Uaio; bodice poiuted back
and front; elbow leeve;squaiu neck, with
garland of leaves, encircling and terminated
by large bouquet on left shoulder. Long
1 -Hi J - -i .., . . ,(.
moed tiracclets and ear-ring. A blue and
white sarin toilette it made baby waist,
shirred ou front and lide with court train
and trimming of crystal pasementeria.
Elbcw sleeves, long loose tan colored
gloves, vat ions, name bracelets end pearl
Lldios Lore are already busy iu preparing
their Christmas pieseiits. Stamped design
on linen are very fashionable for ladies,
table cover, etc., I'n- outlining.. The
Florence etching ulk is used because it
doe not split or frr. Is soft, even and eve
ry way desirable. Quite an impetus, too,
has of late been given to knitting, w here
favorite article are ilken laces for baby
blankets and skirt a well also as mittens,
socks, stocking and long puree. The lat
ter aro a return, as we know, to old ides,
but all are really because nothing is so
fashionable now as something antique.
Made of the Florence knitting silk, many
of these handiwork ar beautiful.
Three day use of St. Jacob Oil was
sufficient to cure Mr. Joseph Hiukle, of
Hanover, Pa , of rheumatism, after Ixnug
unable for a long time to attend to her
Senator Mahon predicts that all man
opposed to wctionalism will be invited to
participate iu the next national republican
convention. A a mean of breaking up
the solid south, be recommends rilling the
federal ofTicea in North Carolina, Missis
sippi and Tennese with men who are
found to he the most satisfactory to the
A movement is well under way in New
York to establish in Cyrus W. Field's new
building a stock exchange, a trust compa
ny and a telegraph office having direct con
nections with all the chief cities. Tho
capital of the now institution is to be $5,-
000,000, and it chief supporter will be
Gould and Field.
Sheriff Killian, of, Nebraska, received
$790 teward in Witoonain for the capture
of Ed Maxwell, and will stop at Spring
field, III, to put more money in bis purs
from the state treasury. The Imudtt's body
was given decent burial by the authorities,
at Durand, and the coroner's jury aved his
reputation by declsn'ng that ho fell from
the courthouse steps and broke hid neck
Acttng-Poatmaster-Oeneral llatton ha
decided that matter produced by a hami
atamp, type-writer, or copy press, is prima
facia subject to firat-clau rate of postage,
but where it is shown that .the matter is in
tended for ue' among more than two par
ties, aud is not personal to the parties, it is
tot subject to first-class rates.
Tha aggregate gross exchanges of twen
ty-two Itadiag clearing homes of the
United States for the week ending Novem
ber 19tb, wer $1,198,808,443. New York,
ofcours, lea, with $83,319,707; then
coat Boston with $88,781,98!); Philadel
phia's clearings were $5.1,989,493; Chica
go's $46,837.Jj:; while the clearing at St.
Louis were only $18,,V13,435, and at Cincin
."TKtae may be some virtue iu all of
tbem,M.h slid, "but for actual worth and
rspidityofeffect.Iknow that nothing made
can excel Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
, Th etwiltlnn of Wall street is feverish,
canted by the heavy drain of money to Bos
ton and the unsettled railway complication.
The bean are howling for a decline of U to
4 prr cent, on the general stock list. New
York banks report a fresh demand for
funds at the western center. Boston hns jf
recovcron us sen posu-sMim, anil Raltimore 4
and Philadelphia are moving tjuietly on
ward. Ia Chicago money is abundant at 6 '
and "percent., with a hardening tendnii r.; '
fit. Louis report a stringency which cause
uneasiness, and 8 per rent, is the unwaver
ing rat on packing and cotton paper.
Skin Disease Cured.
By Dr. Frazies' Maiit Oint mint fi-.r,..
as if by magic, Pimples, Mark Head or
Grubs, IJIoiches and Eruption on the face,
leaving ins sKin clear, healthy and heauti
tul. Also cures Itch, Barber' Itch, Halt.
Rheum. Tetter. KiiiL'wnrm. K. i,l it.... i
. at ' jenM
Chapped Hands, More Nipple, Kore Lip,
oio, oosnnaie ticers and Sores, Ac.
F. Drake. Esq.. Cleveland. !.. n(V..r,..l
beyond all desctiptimi from a skiu dineasts
which annearcd on hi hamlx. beml n,i
face, and nearly destroyed hi eyes.. The
most careful doclorinrr tailed to
and after all had failed he used Dr. Kra
mer' Magic Ointment and was cured by a
l-ar 1 he tlrst and on v uositive cure for
skin diaease ever iliwcovered.
Sent by mail nn receint of mice. Fiftv
llEMiT A Co., Sole l'ropr's,
For Blind Blredin!T. Itch imr or rieeiiiti'il
Pile. Dr. William' Indinn Ointment w
sure cure. Price $1.00, by mail. For sale
For tale by Ueo. K. O'Hara.
RrcHABWOM 4 Co., Wholesale Agts.
By the unwritten yet itmuuUlile laws
o( the Spanish Court no one bill a, Span
ish physician can aiteud a Queen of
Spain. When the illnea of the late
Queeu Meroadea became depiii :ite, her
doctor called in their fV- intsn col
league in rotiHiiltiition, bill told him
cedes, witufitir se'errig' ii6r, orl inoiVra-
port of (be symptoms ami condition
only. Dr. Kisitert declared that it whs
ensoutial for him totxamiue the patient
before he could indicuto w hat remedies
would ba fficariou. That, however,
rould on no account, be peiiuitted. He
then suggested thai he might be al
lowed to see hefihtotigh jiom open
door or window, without ajiproachint;
her or even wittering the aick-roout.
That coneeasion, too, was refused.
"Thein, gntlem'i, 1 ran do nothing,"
wath reply. "I ant willing to pre
Sdlibe, but I can hardly do ao with good
effett without ppiouaily inspecting the
ftatiwnf," He wroM a prescription and
eft tha palace. Three days later tha
fair young Quean wis dead, but the
laws of Spanish Court etiquette re
A colored man, convicted at Ander
son, 8. C, for carrying concealed
weipon, served three month In the
penitentiary and then cnnie back aud
went to work for. his attorney to pay
the attorney's, fee. A local paper says:
Sauce for the goose ought to bo sanco
for the tfHnder. There must bo at a
low estimate one thousand person
owing the state Unee mouth1 labor ac
cording' to th calculation of Speer's
A World of Uood.
One of th most popnmr medicines now
before the American public, fs Hop Bitter.
You see it everywhere. People take it
with .food effect. It builds theui up. Jt
I not as pleasant to take as some other
Bitter a it Is not a whisky drink. It i
more .'ike the old faehloncd bone act tea
that has done a world of flood. It you don t
feljut right try Hop Bitters, (Nnnda
Why Wear Masters?
They rotv relieve, but they . can't cure
that lame . back, for tho kidneys are the
trouble and you want a remedy to act di
rectly on their secretions, to purify aud re
store their healthy conditions. Kidney-
wort has that specific action and at the '
same time it regulate the bowels perfectly.
Don t wait tocct ick, lut get a pacRage to
day! and cure yourself. Liquid and dry sold
by all Druggists, Gcrmanton Telegraph.
in that row which of all other should be
kept In thorough repair, a row of teeth, are
sure to occur and no less sure to Hopelessly
disfigure the face If disregard of the teeth 'a
eleauliness ia persistent. But if the error
is corrected in time with the aid or HOZO
DO NT, America's leading tooth beautirler
tndinrigorant, the tenants of the mouth
long retain their strength and whitenes
unimpaired. A word to the wise is suffi
cient. , -
,-. A Card. ,
To all who sre Suffering from tho errors
oo, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac , I
will send a recipe that will euro you, fno
of charge. ; This grest remedy was discov
ered by a missionary ' In South America.
Bend a self addressed envetope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station I, New York