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CAIRO, j ILLINOIS. TUESDAY M0RNIN(j, 1 APllIL , 11), 1882.
City Officers. , . r.
M eyor-N. B. Thltlewoo4
Treeeure r . j
Coun.elor-Wm.B.UllbBrt. i. -M.r.hl-L.
H. Meyers ' ,
.toruey-Wllltain Ueoftnokt. .
rw.t WardPolar Saop. T. M. KlmbroaKa. ,
VSmA Werd-Je.. Hlukle. C N. UukU... i
Third VlrdB. F, blBke.Jobn W.d. '
Kirt W-Ckutai O, Psttar, Adolpb iwo-
' Kifih Ward-rT. W. natUday, Krnaet B. Potttt.
Circuit Clerk A. H. lnrlo.
County Judgt-H. 8 . Yocum. .. .
Connty Clem J. Jluniia, ' ;
County Attorney-1 . U. Utmrwi. ?. , ,
CountyTrea.BrliwMllM W. Parke. ,-.
hlmiln-John Uodroe.i V '
Coron.r-K Fltsparald ,
County OommWon.jr.-T. W. IJullldaF, A.
Qlbue and Kkr faup.
CAIRO BAPTMT. Corner Tenth and Poplar
treeu; preaehlu: riret and tlilrd Sunday In
.c "month, lie. m.end7:i. m.t prayer moat.
Tburdy.7;)p. mi Sundar .chool, :Vie.ro
,uk iBur.aay, v Her A. UESi Paator.
C Vo"ruonth alr.t; bund.y 7:W a lioly
Knc b a.t.t i " . ndy :nh,0", f
I!UT MISSIONARY I""'"' """ "IT
Ij bitbl: m 5dy AoolJ..
Knpp. putw. ,
MKTHODIRT-Cor. IlKt.U ftd Wlit .JeU,
-reblt .bbtb 11:00. m. .n d T PJJ
froadiy hcbool t ;J0 p. m. Key. J . A. awwu.
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rci. .ry dy tl . m. Bat, O tin.
CT. PATRICK-SHKom.o Collc) CoreerSlBtb
O .trt .ad WMhl.fttoB "nBVten7iTfh55
$ f. m. .orrtcM try d Bt R1'- vrw
1MLTIHECARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CISTRXL K B. '
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t XreomM.Uoo.H :10 . m BxorrM It .W
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ILLINOIS CEN'TUAL K. K.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line Running
Making Direct Connection
TMtM Ui Cin:
3:10 am. Mill.
CoBBetiB t Odla.ad BfflntbBm for ClnclD
Bit, LoaUTtlls, ladkaapolt Bad point BmI.
11:1U sum. St. Xouis aad Wretrn
forBlfpoinu Wbbi. . .
4:20 p.m. Ft Kxpi.
JorSt. LoitU Bad ChtcBifp, BrrlTinjr BlSt. Loul
0:40 p.m., .nd Cbictfo ;j0 B.n
4:UO p.m. Cinolnnatl Kiprm.
Arrirlnt Bt CtBdnBBtl T: B.m.; Jxui111 TiO
m.: iBdtBaipoll. 4-00 PMmrr br
tbi. trBlB WBcb th BtMJYB DOlBU 1U 10 30
UoURS In Bdvaac Bf bj root. , i
r-Tb4:) p. tn. bB FULLMAN
bLKBPINOCAll CBtro to CIbcIbbbU, wtUot
chne, B04 laxoagk BlMpMBto 8t. LOBi BOd
Chlci. .. ... . .
Fast Time East.
n.MAiAM bythl line ce thrMgh .
1 assenffers ,n pomu witho ny d.iy
rBBMd by SundBT InWrreotnjt. The uwljr Bft
boob trBlo fro talro BrrlTn i Yofk Tond.y
nomluf Bt to :35. TblrtytU Bobw la 4vBiie ot
y othtf rot.t .v.. .....i..
trrot tarann icm '"--
BppTr at lUltoli Central KallroBo i
3. H JON IS.
-u .k.. ixiil Tleaai Avant.
H. HANSOM, 0n. P. rt. Cfcleato
QEOROE II. LEACII, M. D.
Phvolcion and Surgeon,
Special attention, pu'd to the ltim'Opathl trat.
Blent of uti;lcBldlBte,BiddUeBir f woman
'oaJttliihrtrwl, opboaltetht foatOfflce,
aid " . :
Summer Wood and Kindling
eonitutlj on band '
V STAVE CLIPPINGS
At Beventy-flve cents per load.
Stavo Trim mines
- At one dollar per load.
The "trtmmlnt;r"ar ora havura anA make
the beat eamtner wood for eooklnx pnrpoaaaaa well
M tb cheapaet aver aold In Cairo, tot black
mtth'B ae limattlnfr tire, they are nnaqaallad
Laara ynor order, at tb. Tenth atraot wooit fard
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE otl STATES.
. On and ifterMonday, Jan. Tib, and until farther
aotica tbefunjboat viUmake trip, at folio we: (
'JIATIB Lrt LBATB
Fool Ponrth et. MUeonrl Laod'n- KentQRky Ld .
10:00 a. eu
IKW p. m.
8:30 a. m.
) n m.
It a. tn.
5;00 p. m.
I P. i
A New an complete ntel. frontlnc on Lcrea
.Seooad and Railroad Street, , '
Cairo. Illinois. ,
Tb Paewnaer D -pot of the Chicago, Kt. Lonl.
aD'' .(ewOrleam: Illlnol Central: Wahaeb, t.
Lnale and Paclflc; Iron Mountain and M"0thcrn,
MubH and Oblo; Cair and St. Louie Kmiwaye
are all Jii.t aero. the ureet; while the Steamboat
Lannini I. lint one e inare dletant,
Thi. Uotol l heated by ateam. ba. .team
Lanndr. Hydraulic KleraMr, Klertrlr Call Bella.
Automatic Flra-Alann. Bath, aheolutely pure air,
purtect aeweraire and complete apnoinnneni.
Superb furturklnge; perfect eerrtce; andaavn.
excelled table. -
I.. P. PARKER Ac CCLoMm.
iiiimi a aamo aaoa .(a -
.. in a wa.Haaa
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F.BHOSS. Premdent. I P. NlfPF, Vice Pre nt
U. WILLS, Cashier. 1 T. Kerth, Aee t ca.h
P. Broe..........Ci'ro 1 W'IMUm bT'bm. .Cairo
Pa erNeff " I WUU-.ni Valf....
CM Oilcrloli. ICO l'tler...
B.A.Buder It. Well. "
, J. Y.CIem.otj, CaleJoula. : ,
AOBBRAf. BAXKINO BUSISBH8 DONS.
Cxehaazo eo'd and boucht. Interwt paid tn
the Hlnw Department. Collection, made and
all boalneas prutaptry attandttd to.
VARIETY 8T0RI." '
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
'12 TIER CITY. - i'f
G00D9 SOLD VERY CLOSE
lTlEU & CO,
Cor.N'.netawnthttraetl Pjliril, Til
CoMrclIAtiui . . WllTUj Alia
s Oi 5
j m go s2
rpiiE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
" Of Cairo. Illlnoia,,
' 71 0UI0 LBVKB.
' ; .
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A General Banking; Itwlnesg
JNTBRPRISK BAVINQ BANK.
' Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
" ' Treasurer.
PROPRIETOR OF BPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
r CKED FOR BUIPPINQ.
Oar Loads a Specialtv. k
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
8TOVBS AND TINWARB.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
llanufacfrirer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & 8HEET-IR0N WARE
ALL KIKDfl 07 JOB W0BX DOKX TO ORDER
NO. 2? EIGHTH 8TREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
MILL AND COMV IHHION.
PLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
HibRt Cash Prie Paid for Wheat.
BUM of Illlnol..
CI rru't court ot Alexan-
vouov ot Alexander t aorcoaatyi .
. . . . aa. t --
, wecemoerBpeeiai iara,A. U. 1WI.
A.. S Jama il. Maleatiey.
AmbroM Ilklna, Delitha Elkin. and Geoff
BUI la Chancery to forecloee Xrrtsan.
Puh'lc notice I hereby kItb, that, in pursuance
of a rierrea mad and entered by .aid court la
or a nerrea maae and antared tty .aid en
tno tboYe entitled eaa.e, on the bib day of 1
bar. A. D. 18B1, I Aleiaadrr H. IrrU, ma,
chancery of tb .alB Btrenlt roan
oa Tueeday. the accoad day of May ll&l, at tha
hear of It o'clock tn the forenoon, at the outb
wtatarty door of tha conn boa.), la Ik city of
Cairo, eountyof Alauader aad Stale of Htlaoa,
all at public aaetlon, to tha hi het bidder, for
eah. all and iinnfllar, tha folio inc dearribed
prentlee. and real aetata la aald decree mentioned:
.tttiate In the connty Of Alexander and etote of
Iltnpia, or o much thetaef a .hall be eufflctent tn
eail.fr .aid decree, to-wit: Part of the .outb
hal for tn north we.t ttaturof eectloa Ptte (9) In
townihlp Mxt en (11) wnth. ndlnrat(reTwo(2)
weflof of the third principle mend an containing
tarty-Bra and Ifty, one bundradla acre, mora or
KartertnCnaiteeryb tbaClrctli Court of Ala
OlttiiT. LMMAti CWtHpUlaaAt Solkftai.
YnterJaj business in marine circles wa
quite lively . The day was bright sod
The Jas.W. Gaff passed down Sunday
morning with a splendid trip. There will
be an excursion on her up trip Thursday.
Fare from here to Cincinnati and return
including meals in port at Cincinnati only
The Andy baum from Memphis passed
up Suuday morning at 10 .30. She had big
freight trip. . ; S .
Fearless with tow of barges fur Paducah
left here Sunday morniog.
Billy Sundley is at home again having
just returned from St. Louis with the Sana
Wood, which passed up fur Pittsburg yes
terday. Billy is said to be ono of the best
pilots on the waters.
The Fannie Tatum arrived yesterday
morning out of the Cumberland. She left
for St. Louis at 10 o'clock and her trip was
The 8ilerthorn for New Madrid leave
this evening. Among her officers we notice
that Clay Worden is her reliable engineer,
and John Young plays the role of star gazer
and guides the little steamer with as much
skill as any man's pilot
The U. P. Schcnck for Cincinnati arrived
Sunday morning at 6 o'clock and departed
at 0 o'clock. Julius we noticed on board,
he is learning the river as pilot.
We had the pleasure of meeting and be
coming acquainted with several prominent
steamboat pilots and engineers here yester
day who reside here.
Henry Loury with 16 barges passed up
to Fittsburg Sunday evening.
Paris C. Brown for New Orleans arrived
early yesterday morning. She had a good
freight and added some two hundred .tons
here. Whilst receiving freight at the lower
wharf a regular knock down fight occur
red between two heavy weight colored
deck hands, which resulted in one of the
parties getting badly used up.
Annie P. Silver early yesterday morning.
She received a large amount ot freight here
and'departed for New Orleans in the even
John B. Mand arrived from Memphis
yesterday morning with a moderate trip for
The B. S. Rhea from Nashville arrived
at 1 1 :30 Sunday night went around on the
Upper Mississippi, recelvad 8,500 sacks of
corn for Nashville and departed for .that
place last evening.
The river by the oyxz last evening in
dicated 34 8 10 and rising.
The Gus Fowler from Paducah had an
excellent trip yesterday and her cabin was
filled with passengers.
Several Pad acahana passed through the
city yesterday for St. Luis and Colorado
among whom wo noticed Mr. W. II. Rom
mel, C. 0. Allard and Winston Robertson,
The river is still rising at St. Louis.
The B. S. Rhea had an elegant string
band on board yesterday and left 'the wharf
under the sound of elegant music On her
down trip noxt week an excursuion party
of Nashville's elite society will be on board.
What Ails You?
Unless the food is properly prepared in
the stomach it becomes corrupt and poisons
the svstcm it is Intended to nourish. Dys
pepsia and its accompaniments are bad
breatn,neaaacne, constipation. pne, oiuous
ness and depression of spirits. Sufferers
with (IvsDopsi experience a rapid and per
manent cure by the use of Simmons Liver
Regulator. It is purely vegetable and
pleasant to the taste. A half-tablespoonful
of the Regulator, taken after eating, ensures
Mosday.Evbniso, April 17, 1882.
The weather has moderated again and
there is now a fair prospect for spring to
set in in earnest. The suo shines bright
and warnf through the day, but the nights
continue to be Unpleasantly chilly.
Business continues without change worth
nothing. Hay seems to 'be about the only
commodity that shows strong symptoms of
Ton Sage is plenty and offerings of freight
are equally plenty wh'Ctl tchds to make
business lively at the wharf1. , ' .. ' rf '
FLOUR The market is firm for low and
medium grades but buyers end sellers are.
apart on choice buyers being unwilling
to pay the advance asked.
CORN--Th market has been tery firm
6wing to scarcity of aapplies, but with in
creased receipts Is indicated by advice
from shipper; Price Will probably
OAT S--FKrnnd unchanged. Sales have
generally been itiade Bt a shade higher
MEAL Stcsdy tad firtrt at qiitirtattldtaa.
BUTTERTiie market Is dull owing to
tha inferitfr article oflered. Genuine "gilt
edged11 butter always cotntdaaJ ready Mil
la thil market; ' '
EdlGS-Prlces are Well sustained and
receipts And ready sale at quotations.
CHICKENS Firm and in active request
at prices as quoted,
POTATOES-Steady and unchanged.
Sales and Quotations.
ROTE. Tb. prices here (riven are for .ale. from
Brit hands In round lota. An advance I.
cbargad for broken Intern fliMncordvr.
SOO Varlon. Rr.de, on order...
WbhU patent. ........
B AOftS SO
li i DDI ramiy.
100 bbl. faucy,
4 car choice timothy,
tar choice mixed ;.;t
7 car kIH edit tlmotby WM.a
1 car red lop
l crs choice mlxod, in hoik on track
7 car. choice white In bulk
tear, mixed lo bulk....
S car cho'ce In balk on track
3 car ml -ed In bnlk
tear mixed In aacks del... MMt
Scara white In bulk
So. 5 Red, onrbn ...
No. 3 Medlteranuaa.
500 bbl. City ronnd lot.
CU DDIS city.
S 9044 UO
1 102.1 Wt
5rt0 pound etrlrtly choice Northorn roll. US
pound Southern Illlnol. '25
10 pound . good northern roll HO
Wpo"nde gilt edged packed. 35240
60 dozen ...M.H.M.... 14
4") dutoD 1.1
TilOdozun iwihmm IS
live choice.... M g omail 00
t conr- mixed 2 rr..l no
5 coop choice bena.,..nM,...nM. ...3 so
Wl bbl choice 8 00&3 15
lUO IkVClil . oejaoaoawa aasea.iaos o aaaaaeaaw aotvao. .1 25
SO hiih. Mlchiitan peach blow. 1 30
lnihhl.. " Peachblow.i... S 50
ttuO bosh. Earl; Koeeaeed 1 25
rer bbt ...-. 10 0
SOhhla. common SM
SO bbl.. choice.... ....M.. , 450
Per barrel '. TJOftS 00
Tub wa.hed . . . ...MV
I nwaened. , .,.
HHlftlo m n
Uve ..... ,.
l)rcsed...M M TitTi
Plain hiBimwiHUHMm ...... ......... ......m.. ..... none
8. C. llama . U
Clear aidea...... m. ...IS.
8t. John a : 55
Oblo Rlrer 1 ji
S'4 bnihel borltpa t
S bu.hel u
i huebel " nM tl
Oranire., choice per bos.... .....-.....4 D0?M HO
Lcmoua choice per jx...... ..S .75(1 50
Peache, halrea.nd Uaner VAii'i
Apple,brtht . 4;
Cholee aavy 4 25
Choice medium 4 00
Choice, Factory is
Cream ... 1
Dry Flint ebole
Oreon Salt .
Sheep Pelt., dry ....
Sheep Pelu, green....
a a .
rommen Lug.... ........
...fi mts 00
m.. ;i(a a uu
. ow Leaf.. 4 7V,i 110
atadtnm Leaf a 6i s fn
Go-4Leaf. , i so& if
RATES OF FRCIOUT.
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
will send a recipe that will euro you, free
f charge. This grest remedy was discov
ered, by a missionary la Boufh America,
fknd a self addressed envelope to the Rev.
Jrirfpu T. Inmsn, Btatibo D New Tork
r .1 iB ir-
BedjdfDown Feel Hard;
All hod seeat hard to the fhorjrtuiic:
Thep hurtten te peevish shffererst Apply
Dr.tiionlM'Eciecltric dil w totir achintf
joints and muarte. Rely bdon Itthityoa
will experience speed; fetiur. fluch; kt
!flf. tithrt tesKirKinr nf thma tthr. haek
used it the remedy is likewid sUcecss
fiilly resorted to for throat and lung die
esses, sprains,' bruiser) etc; Paul 0. Bchuh.
Agbuti ' 'v
Oral liar Flnttr Pork
fJowt. Scwt. fbhl. IJhhl.
ID li 30 SO
, 1 17S SO 4l
..-.t7' ti S3 II
17H tii ! HV
-a r . w . 7.
' . ' Tnat'i Just Met
Years rigo into a w'holciale jrroceri
store In this city Walked a tall, must-ulal
man evidently a frrnh comer from some1
backwoods town in Maine or New Hainpi
shirr. Accosting the merchant ho asked!
"You don't want tb Hire a niau in youi
store, do you?"
Well, nald tho mcrehnnt, "I don'i
know. What can you do?"
DoP" said thti niriii! I rnlher gues
I can turn toy hand lo almost Anything.
What do you want doneP"
"Wi'll, if I was to hire n mnn, it would
be one that could lift Welti a strong;
wiry fellow; one. for Instancethat could
lift n sack of coffee like that yonder and
carry it acrois tho More and never lay tt
Thorp, now. enp'n," said the country
man, 'thnt's just mo. I can lift any.!
thing I can hitch to. You can't suit
me better. What will you give a mad
that suits yu?';. . ,
"I'll tell you," said the merchant, '1
you shoulder that sack of coffee and cai
ryit across tho store twice and never
lay it down, I will hire you for One year,
at one hundred dollars a rtionth;"
By this time every clerk in tho store1
had gathered aroiind and was waiting: td
join frt the Inu'h against the man, whd
threw tho sack across his shoulder witb
perfect enisci hnd carrying it twice acrosl
the floor, went br a Jurge hook whloh
was fastened to tho wall alid hung It np;
then turned to the merchant and said;
"There, now. It mav hnnr tlmm till
doomsday. I shall never lay it down;
Wliitr. uI.mII I
S Illinn;! 1 V UHfc
give mo plenty to do and one hundred
dollars a month and it's all rlirl.L"
The clerks broke into a laugh, nnd
the merchant, discomfited yet satisfied,
kept his agreement, and to-day the greon
countryman ft the senior partner in thi
firm and vorth a million dollars.
' 'il - awl'
Circulars and Newspapers Misscnt,
It is tho observation of the clerks lrt
the nixie, or misdircelod, department ol
the Cincinnati Pont Office, that tho most
common cauno of circulars and news
papers being missent, or turned in as1
misdirected, is the giving of the wrong
State on the envelope or wrapper. - A
clerk is addressing envelopes to Tost
Offices in Indiana. Completing that
State he turns to Ohio, but from the force
of habit be continue to writo "Indiana."
In such a case matter intended for Jef
fersonvillo, 0., would, of course, be sent
to Jeflorsnrirille, Jnd., and bo on dowii
through the list. If it should happen,
as it frequently does, that (.hero 1 no'
corresponding nanio in Indian for tha
one intended for Ohio, the mnttur would
be turned in a. misdirected. This is not
a hypothetical cast, but one of almost
daily occurrence. There does not np-'
pear to be any ndcuuuto remedy. In
most instances pttrtios having "large
quantities of circulars to address employ
the cheapest help they can got, which is
more interested in the number of enve
lopes that can be addressed in a givorl
time at so much a 1,000, than that the ad
dresses should be correct W Offioi
Aimcuions iears of Lnglisners.
Ono of the most curious things in thd
newspaper literature of the present day
is the fierce opposition shown by certaid
English journals to the French proposi
tion to construct a railway tunnel hnder
tho English Channel from Calais td
Dover. Labored articles columns id
length, are published every week against
tho project, which the innocent reader
is asked to believe to bo one of the most
wicked and dangerous ones that wa
ever conceived. The measure is opposed
not, am might ho supposed, because it Kl
regarded an impracticable, nseleai, or!
too costly, but solely on the ground of,
public safety. It is seriously and elaboN
ately argued that tho tunnel once opened
would increase the chances of a hostile)
invasion of English soil by France! Any
one but a thick-headed Briton would
Want no better trap for an invading fod
than to get him in an undorwater tun- .
eel some twenty milt in length, with tt
little corps of sappers and miners at ond
end of it. Tho predicament in which
I'haroah and his hosts found themselvc.4
was nothing compared to tho fix in
which tho invaders could be placed irt
consequence. Yet Johnny Bull persist
ently refuses td take this view of thd
caso, and stubbornly insists that tha
work shall not 1 done, for Hie reason
stated above, no matter how much bene
fit it might be before a war occurs be-'
tween tho twd countries. Washington
Very Ilappy, and Wherefore
Translated from tho Omnibus:
Jff N aieaw a. a
'Sixteen years married, and still haps
py?" cried a hen-pecked husband, IvA
Sixteen years married, and to-day
happier thau ever," answered the happy
'Yott set me In astonishment"
"Without reason. My wife ran sit
months after the wedding with another
Shan't 1 Take a BluePilL
No. don't take it and run the risk of trier
eurial poisons, but when btllibu and coa
stipated get a package of the celebrated
Kidney Wort, and it will speedily euro1
you. It U nature's great rcaiedy for conJ
sumption, and for all kidney and liver diss
case. It acts promptly ou the great or-
tans and so restores health, strength iaJ
vigor. It is put up in liquid and dry imp;
noth acting with eoaal emuenct. rric) II;
Seeadv; ' t,,.
Koiinf the Effects.'
rtOibbs. of Buffatrx N. Tj. write
llnarintr vonr Burdock Blond Bittera law-
orably snokert of. I was Indrlccd to watch t
their effects: and 8nd that iir chronic dis
ease of tho blood; liver and kidneys, yoaf'
bitters have been 1 sigoally marled .wkStV
SUcccsS, I Save ued them mvaolf with
k t. . i M. a ... at. .at . . '
iresi results, ior torpiuity or tue liver; ana v
I ' .t. A , 1 .ej.
ii in case oi a menu or mine suuenn" '
rom drnnv. tha f!Wt wm rnrtt?lo!a.T
Prit ilJOO, Paeil ij. BeJisUAflceti , ' ;