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FJiv.-icUm rind Surgeon.
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U. K V. WHITLOCK,
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Kltth and Ninth Slrecti
t)l l Jiilro. Illinois.
Tl OHIO l.K V KB.
A CJcnoral Haukliij lmniuehD
i T K u tut I S U S A V 1 N a A N K. .
Ot Cairo, '
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
TITOS. V. IIALI JUAV,
rVMe orier Bulling Powders art largely
adulterated with tlum anil other hurtful
Aas 6es ef unchanged in all iu original
punty and strength. The best evidence of
its suftit and tltisctivenest is the fact of
ito '.uniiuj rvcuiHtd the highlit testimoni
os from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frog
its introduction to the present time. Mo
other ponders sho so good results by the
true teat the TEST OF THE OVEN
IT IS 4 PURE FRUIT ftCIO BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chioago, UL, and St. Louis, Mo.,
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r Cairo & .UouudCity
A. B. SAFFORD
W. II.MOOItJJ, Mitstur.
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L.vk Hound Ultv ut h;iO iv.
1:10 p. iu. aud
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On tii uukitd for cX'.uniou auy cveiilne iifttr
QAUiO CITY mtllRT CO.
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Kentucky Ld g.
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Mlf touri l aud't:.
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t.i,Ki nil, n.i.l.i a. in. i-uvlnit Cairo. Will ivnuect
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IlENUY K. TAYLOll Easier
GEO. JOHKS- CU'tk
Leave PaiLicab for Cairo daUy t-Suuday uxcepl
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li, L iawa Cairo alt p. nt. Monad. City ii.5 p. in.
FLOUK. GHAIN AND HAY
; HWtest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
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CAIRO. ILLIN0I8. TUESDAY
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
COUItKOTKD DAILY I1Y CIIAS.
0:.1O A. M
t $ 20 95
$ l 2 SO
12: 0 1
31 P. M.
Wheat K V. $1 041 l 0
W. F Lahuuik, rlvr inllti)rir t'uii Ri.ti.ktii
aad niL-a.nljci it piH,iL;i;r a-'ijiir,. OntnM fur all
k'U'U.jf tl.uii!u:iiiat jio prititinn imlciuiil. OtJlcij
a Plaiitum Hurul, No. w (jliio Iuvb.i.
Tliu Fannie Tatum whicli w:w on tint
Wnys lor n-pnirs lut wedt, Ictt li.iru l.tHf
(.Vfiiiufi tor .t. LiniiH, and hIiu ih now in
first cltisa unlur. ftiiu liml a lurj,".' trip fur
tlio orsurit fttfe of wutcr in the iIiB(iiHBi).
The Jgin I3. Mumlu arrivod hero Sumlny
iiioramy from ht. LnuiH. Slio wits Io
tainuj by l)t-ini,' nurouml, nml aiho Ijroko n
wriHt, which wna n:minul Iicto, and uho
turned Imck for .Si. Lmia Stinduv niilit in
order tu cornu out ou her regular day.
.Sunday nitclit the wharj'liohiu at the r.ity
whurf weru nionopulizeil hy the Anchor
Lines which wero all hehiml time.
The City of Vick&lntrjr, from St
arrived liibt niijht, aud departed
the niijlit for the lower Mississippi.
The City of Helena, not thu Aatly Uaum
fot the i0 cotton pickers for Osceola.
The Tow Future City, from St. Luuis, is
lyiny here, aud will probably leave to-
The My Choice left last evening for .St.
Louis with a tow of empties.
The Ous Fowler was crowded with pas-
senders yeHterday from Metropolis, I'.tUu-
Cdb, aud other points above here. int-y
took tl,e Illinois Central last evening for
the .St. Ijuis Fair.
Capt. Will Hatableton and Cnpt. Divis
from Mound City, were in town yesterday.
YVsicrdsy won warm and ultry, lU9i
ntd dull, ati'l cveryi'ody looking ns though
they could welconi'j warm wrjttlier hear
tily. Tint Ous Fowler, from Paducab, will
bring another enrjjoof peoph! for the St.
Iiuis Fair to-day, and leave hereon her re
turn trip at 5 p. in.
The James V. Oaff, from Memphiu, ar
rived litsre yesterlay mornincj at S::iO. She
had a good up htreani trip ot freight nnd n
lureuuuiber of pnsenKers. ho added
15 cabin people here fir Cincinnati, Loiiis
villu and othur points.
The race between thu tnnsfer stuaniurs.
HtiilerPuiican and Junius Morgan, which
occurred btst week, was declared an even
iMiur liv tlirwo who are posted and inter -
Mokhue, Mum., Sept. 25, Iffl.
Silts I have been tnking Hop Hitters
.... t 11 11
for inflammation ot kidneys ana manner.
t ban done- for mo what lour doctors i ulo'l
to do. The effect id U-ip nuti-rs memoa
ike iiiajjio to me. w. I.. Cahter.
Ask your physician and he will loll you
that Cascaru is oue ot tlte oest vnotaoie
rouitxlifH for Jlynpepsia, Constipation, and
Kidney dillicultiea. It is troely used in the
preparation of Hops aud Mult Hitters.
A. M. Doyle, of Columbus, (hi.,
that from exo rieuco ho know
dver J'ilU" to be the best in uso.
The Dent alvo iu the world for Cuts,
r-rttises. yorea. Ulcer, Salt Kheum, l ever
Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands, Chilblaiua,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, Mid positively
cures riled. It ia KUaruntcud to rivo per
fect s utst'action, or money retundetl. 1 rice
2'5 ceuts pr box. For sale by Clo.IC
Notuiuif liko "Liudney'd Dlood Searcher"
for all skin discuses, tetter,?alt rlieuni, itch.
tc. It never fails.
Dn. Ki.imu'h Ohkat Nititvit Hestokkii in
tho marvel of tho ago for dlliuirvo diseases.
All fits stopped free. Baud to im Ann
street, rhllttdclpiii, Tu.
Uso Ttltt Caiuo Ha.Limn purfotaled
cratch-book, madu of caluiidored juto
manilla, equally flood for ink or pencil. Fur
mlo, in threo nien, ut tho ollico. No. 2 and
'J. live aud teucontseacu hy thu single one,
by the down. Bpecial discount on grow
lots to tho trade.
FA HAI.YTIC stroked, heart diseaso and kid
ney aiViietion rrfiventod bv tho uso ci
Brown'i Iron Bittora.
MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1882.
An Irisliinaiioiieo siiid. "Talk of Irish
'hulls.' Yo'll lind the nooplo to Ivory
country niJikin' Irish 'biillx,' Jist us
"'"Ii itstho Irish!" Although ho nwoh
a bull himself, yet there is it doroo of
truth in his nsxrrtion. Kvcn the ancii'iit
greeks made bulls," for in Lucian's
Imiioii we lind thn following dinlo-Mii-:
(iiial.ho -"I will Hiinnuori you roin
t.i"' Ari oia;rU f,,r injuring MM, thus,"
Tinioti --stay hui :i short tiinii, and
you will have the opportunity of inviis
mr mo of your murder, too!'1
11-ro are !i few sperimoiis of "bulls"
taKeii fpnn Cliarnhi'rs'H Jonrnnl:
'J he roan who on tasting an njiple-pid
with some rjuincoH in it, burst out with
the exclamation: "How dolieious an np-jih.-pie
would he if it were ma-do entire
Iv of fpiitiees?" g.ive A ood Kpocinieii
of an lrih bull. So also the sailor who
had taken a disliko to a nliip, when ho
was told that he rni'ht saf-ily trust hiio
elf to her as she wxs finely copjH-r-fasU
ened. answered: "Thankee, sir; I would
not -nil in her if nho ero copporpd with
L'oldi" thu. making a niiine Irish
H'Te wo have in nrrfrrf inn . ecntm.
diction of meaning; ju.sfc as in a news
paper an nou neenient that tolls tu that
h.ninor-irii works round H.u.! arc in
tended to he permanent and in the
passage in a bonk of travols which in
form.s im that in some F rench imw ti,
"ni;if-siipv:infi are all rii'."
But after all. th best hull rnmn ii'i.mi
Ireland. Take, for exannJo. thn U,.
lowincr genuine nolu-.o on an Ii-idi
church-doof. "This is to jrivo notice
that no persotiis U b buried in tliix
hurchyard but those liviivr in the ourimb
Those who wiidi to be buried are desired
to apply to mo. Kohraim (;enh ivu-i.li
Hero in another: "Xhtick. The
church-wardens will hold their iiuarter-
ly meetings once in sk- wook.s. instead
of half-yearly, as formerly.
The Chinese survivor of tho lowMean
nelto, Lunir Cliinir, in runniiii; a washeo
shop in Washington.
dim CuiTie, who niurderod the actor,
Uen Porter, now holds tlie otlieo of city
marshal at Commercial. Now Mexico.
A Hoston miiti hits sued tho captain of
an excursion steamer that failod to start
Tho new Duchess of Wcsttninnter, wife
to one of the richest men in Europe, was
married in n drossof white foulard, cost
ins; 7o cents a yard.
Tho authorities of Millvillo, Iowa, aro
workini: to iass an ordiimiioo eonipoll
in; every adult resident of tho town to
attend church once every Sunday.
Mrs. Lam;tiy is aprofesi-iunal bentitv,
and she will m very much dUeoi..(
"'.S:i.vs a French in.iti: The French wo
men have one tiiiilisptitablc advantage
over their Aulo-Saxon sister?; they do
lilt I heir clothes."
HfiYir acquired a. fortune since he re
signed lrom the United Staffs senate,
(icn. (ionlon. of (ieoria. is willing to
reenter public life.
In Arizona, when a f?w bands of In
dians leave their icservntnm and kill
live ciiiens. Ihe (Jovcrnor rcj'Oi'ts that
a "feeling of insecurilv exisi." This
statement at least seems piausitiie.
A man in Lynn. Mass., has just paid
for a pane of lass which ho broke when
a bov, thirty-two years ao. lie had
becoiue tired f VHitii) fur nlas.s to
llecanso Dr. Mary Walker lacked tho
nerve to walk the ties of tho railroad
briditc to the New York stata jirison
after she had bcetin the task, tho Au
burn Jhjmtrh ilcnounees her as nnwor
thy to wear breeches.
Tho k i n ir "f Holland souielintes walks I
all nL'ht in thu jioptiloiiM parts of iho
llaue. When ho tvac.hes homo, ho
jicrsoiially siiptMTises tho trying of his
potatoes,' with which ho takes several
;las.-es ol beer.
Eva liri's, a Lawrence, Mass., prh
who was t laimod to have been relieved
of hip disease recently by tho failh-cuiv
at Old Orchard, lias 'been taken to an
insane asylum, crazed by her religious
Kimr Cctcwayo's wool is thick and
tiirniiiu' o my. 'Mo wears n short inns
taohe aud a' California chin board. His
gloves lire No. Ii. and his miils are half
nil inch Ions,'. The lenetli of his foot is
twelvo inches. Mo drinks nearly a hot
tloot Irish whi.-ky after dinner.
Julia Wehlilx opened a letter which
l,,l Keen addressed to her son liv a
hwoei heart to whom the mother object
oil. The son caused her to bo arrested
Kim said that shfl tle.sirod to use her
judgment in matrimonial arrangements
in her family, but tho
her for trial
It Is understood among the ( luncsem
San! rancisco that all Chinamen w ho go
from America to China before the. pros
cut law exnires will be nut lo death.
The Chinese bosses, who contract, for
labor, aro charged iith inculcating this
bel i f union their countrymen in or
1,1 t.revont tliem from coiim' homo, and
thus diminishing their proliu.
,Iudro Miller, of Missouri, Kays ho has
learned how a full week may be gained
in petting sweet-corn for boiling. As
soon as Iho ear is formed, break thn top
down or cut It oil'. Int. leave the stalk
erect in order that the pollen of the Lis
el rii.av bo Hiiro to dust tho ilk of tho
cars, tw they may not ho fully impivg.
tinted should, tho stalk bo stopped.
Mrs. P.rowiio.niolherof the Into "Arte
nuiK Ward," resides in atiistefulcoitngo
in Wau rford. Me. She is n firm looking
lady, about 70 years of ago, and posses
ses1 charming ' conversational powers.
Slio enjoys thn calls of hor numerous
visitors, und exhibit, with pride a regis
ter containing tho autograph of hun
dreds of persons from all thu Mid'' and
many foreign lauds who have, for ut
It-list a low uioiuoiiia ouch, loon ho
This was (lie shrewd dotlsro of n west
ern one-hur,red tnnn who went on
crutches: lloppinir nlonr on a Load
vllle street, lie fiiuhliMily eauo-ht one of
his crutohon In a hole. Ho fell, he rose,
ho sued tho city nnd recovered $;),IMM)
damages. He did likewise In Knnsns
City, and recovered f noil; in Teire Haute
.VMi, and In 81. I viitlis fHOfl,
Tho annual production of Canada
malt, is about i;ii,ouo,iiio pounds'. Of
this neiirly 'AOiio.lioo pounds are ex
ported to the United Slates. The im
ports - almost wholly confined toliritish
Columbia, bandy exceed I.W.ihiOimmithIs.
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in loionio mono mere art! I.HOO.OOO
(,'allons of beer brewetl, while thn capi
tal employed amounts to .fil.OOO.OOO.
Part of the (uk of a mammoth un
earthed in P.ox Elder is on exhibition in
Miles City, Montana. It is said the en
tire tu-ik was about twenty feet, in length.
On Powder river. ixfy miles from Miles
City, it is reported, a whole skeleton of
a mammoth has been brought to light,
and a party of scientists are organizing
to visit the spot t secure it. ' "
The t'hriinirlr, estimates tho niitnbnr
of Chinese m SariFrancisco at thirty
thousand. A large number of surplus
Mongolians are reported to ho looking
for work, tho organized effort on the
part of the whiles to stop the purchase
of CJhincse-made goods having had the
effect tr, throw many of them out of em
ployment. The publishers of a German novel
scored a hit recently in the line of ad
vertising. They had inserted in most of
the papers a notice slating thata certain
nobleman of means, anvions to obtain a
wife, wanted one who resembled the
description of the heroine in the novel
named. Of course every marriageable
woman who saw thin' annonVicement
bought t he novel to seo how much she
resembled the imaginary bounty.
Concerning the death of his wife. Fred
erick Douglass recently wrote to a friend
in the west: "The main pillar in my
house has fallen. Four and forty years
nine jiasseti wnee our union. Ivtte can
not hold much for mo, now that she has
gone. Still I feel thnt the lesson taught
by this death, as bv all such, is sileiu'e,
resignation, humiiity and hope. Wo
aro all strangers and sojourners."
American vines are not, after all, proof
against at tacks of phylloxera. On the
Island of Monte Cristo, where the Italian
government established a depot for the
growth of American seeds and trans
planting and accumulation of American
vines, seven hundred vine out of the
lirst year's shoots wont found to bo fa
tally atVected with phylloxera.
On the farm of Judge Hrorison, of
Seymour, Allegany county, New York,
is a natural curiosity. A maple tree one
foot in diameter grows out of a solid
rock, three feet from the ground and
out of this tree about a foot from the
hasp of the Ifnn in ...
The eve of a steer, when prominent,
bright and clear, with a mild and gentle
expression, is an indication of health,
with a iiiet disposition nod good feed
ing quality. If the eve is dull and sunk
en" he capillary circulation will be de
fective, and the functions of nutrition
imperfectly performed, and there will
not only be a deficiency in tho ability to
fatten, but a lack of strength arid con
htitutioiial vigor. A restless and wild
express ' 'be eye indicates ii pre
doinincii, . i liCi'voiis action and un
quiet, disposition that is not. compatible
with good feeding quality.
"Old l'.aeh," who writes to the New
York Smt, gives a reason why he is not
married, which is a reason. "I am,"
ho stits, ":l", an old bachelor, they say;
and have been wanting a wife these ten
ears. Some of my friends suggest that
1 want to marry rich, and urn loo pecu
liar. Now I do not object to riches if
other things are all right. Hut. honor
brhrht. if 1 were to tinl a woman who
would bring Holder thoughts, make me
a belief man, think less of gossip about
her neighbors, and more about- her own
homo all'airs. a woman well educated
and not helpless, 1 should like to marry
her, even if she did not own a copper."
il'td"lphiu young man has an
svMciii of llirtatioii. He ob-
i ii irtm it il U
III' o 1 "
seiAcs a l;ely whom lie wouio nun ie
know mote ' iul miMtely. He walks up
Leliiiid her on iho sireet and drops som
ellow .-u!itani-o on Iho back of her
dn-i. Ina moment he tells her very
poliie'v lhat some wretch has been spit
lipi.' Hiacco juice on her dross, and in
vites lnf iiilo a neighboring Move,
where he cleans tho dress. Then he
toils her that her dress in that eondilioti
Mill attract attention, and suggests a
carriage to take her home. They enter
the carriiigo. aod - the rest of tho story
depends altogether upon the character
of the lady.
Ar.r. ladies who may be troubled with
nervous prostration; who suffer lrom organ
ic displacement; who have a sense ot
weariness and a feeling of lassitude; who
mo languid In the morning; in whom the
appetite tor food is capricious and sleep at
proper hours uncertain, should have re
course to Mrs. I iukham's Vegetable com
jVfKW YORK STORK,
WIlOliKflALK AND UKTAIL.
Thu Largest Variety Stock
in Tim; city.
GOODS SOLD VEUYCLOSK
O. O. L' AT INI
fr,NiriitMhi'tr!Ml . Ptiirti Til
iiitwHMMlaUmmW VltHO All
The Morvl h the foundation of
lifi.', it circulates thruieh every part
of the body, and unless it Is pure
and rich, good health is impossible.
If disease has entered the system
the only sure and quick way to drive
it out is to purify and enrich the
These simple facts are well
known, and the highest medical
authorities apree that nothing but
ion will restore the blood to its
nntttral condition ; and also that
all the iron preparations hitherto
made blacken the teeth, cause head
acrf, and are otherwise injurious.
f.'Row.v's Iron' Bitters will thor
oughly and quickly assimilate with
the blood, purifying; and strengthen
ing it, and thus drive disease from
any part of the system, and it will
n?t blacken the teeth, cause head
ache or constipation, and is posi
tively not injurious.
Saved his Child,
17 N. Eut.iw SL, B.ilumorr, Md.
Mi. u, eJ8o.
Cents: Up"n the rci:immend;i-ti'-n
of a friend 1 tried Pimws's
Ikhn Pit-thus as a tunic and re
Mnr.itivc fr,r my dniiRl'-lfr, h"m
I wis thnrintghly convinced w.u
wjMinj away with C'listimptlr n.
Hnvinj; lost three daughters l,y the
terrible disease, un.ler the care of
eminent physicians, I w.ls leth to
believe tli.it anything could arrest
the progress ol tho disease, but, tc
my ijrrat surprise, before my daugh
ter had taken onelxittlcnf Brown's
Ihun Htrrnts she begun to mend
nnd now is qulle restored to former
health. A filth daughter Ingan to
show s'gns of Consumption, and
when the physician was consulted
he quickly said " Tonics were rc.
tulred ;" and when informed that
the eMcr sister was taking JIhown's
Ikon Bimrm, responded "lhat is
a i-ood tonic, take it."
Brown's Iron UnTrRS effectual
cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Weakness, and renders the greatest
relief and benefit to persons suffering
from such wasting diseases as Con
sumption, Kidney Complaints, etc.
MUTUAL A ID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Or-.rsnlM-rl.lnlv Utlt, 1H77, Under the Lawi o
the. staf of Illinois. Copyrighted Jtilv
. 1), 187, Unrler Ai-tof Concress.
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.Hud Yli-o T'rusldeut
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1 . A. liOl.DSTlNK..
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.... Metllcal Adviser
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TlKitnas, hrleklnri-r; Mnnes Vhllllpa, contractor
and hullttrr; II. A t'tininhley, (rrocor; TUo.
L-wls, ai'Protary and altrtrmty-at-law; W. JI.
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