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CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20, 1882.
M syor N. B. Thistlewood.
Tmanurer T, J. Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Uilhiirt.
Marshal-!.. H. Muyere,
attorney Wllltaru Hendricks.
iiaho or aUJIHatlM
Hrst Ward-Wm.McHale. T. M. Klrohroogh.
rtncimd Ward- Jenno Itinltle.C. N. Hughes.
Third Wrd-U. F, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charles 0. Fillet, Adoiptt Bwo
ode. Kltth Ward-T. W. Halllday. Brneet B. PettU.
Circuit .1 urttfe 1). J. llaker.
Circuit Clerk-A. 11. lrvln.
County Judro-K. 8 Yocum.
County Clerk 8. J. Humm.
County Attorney J . M. J)nrnn.
County Trasurer-Milee W. Parker,
ribetlir Johu Uodvei.
County Commlssionurs-T. W. Halllday, J. A.
Olbba and Peter naap.
CtAlUO BAPTHP. -Corner funth and Poplar
(inset; preaching first and ttitrd Sunday! In
.act. month, II a. m. snd 100 9. B-iP'Wf '
. TUM.T.7:P. $' ri''Pa-'tor"1
siHCKCU OF TUB KBDKBMKR (Kpiecopa1)
U Fourteeutb street; Sunday 7:00 m., Uoly
KucuitrUt; : a. m., Sunday school ; 11:00 a.m.,
Morning Prayers; 8:wp. m., Evening Prayers. F.
p. Davenport, S. T. B. Hector.
I'll..-)! MISSIONARY BAPTIST CBCUCa.
r Pr.hlLg at 10:30 a. n... 3 p. rp., and 7:80 p. m.
-nl.W.t, school at 7:80 p. m Her. T. J. Shores,
I V i ll K RAN -Thirteenth strectl senrlcea Sab
1 j tiK'.U 1 : Vi a. m. ; Sunday achoolip.m. Rev.
MttTHODIHT-Cor. Etjfhth and Walnut streets,
IT. r.h.w Habbetb 11:00 4. m. and 7:30 p.m.
iiiUy & -fc'J'il P m- Rev- J- A Scarrell,
nLi.-hivivuiiv.-tnrh aiuiM: tireacniilK on
Il. l. l. . 1... ,.-,. - ' f
. ,i . .r,M 7'Win. m Driver
ji.-tluf A'.-duesday at T:Wp. in.; Baudey Scheol
ijn bi. liev a. i . Meoriu,
kj l ,luF.I'H 6--,Hoinan Catholic) Corner Croat
O r&d tVaiuut streets; wrvlcee Sabbath 10:80a.
n.; fciuiiday School at p. m.; f s -r:cF
e.rry day at 8 a. m. Hev. O'Hare, Priest.
CT. PATKICK'rW Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
0 s'rvet and Washington avenue; service Beb
nat h e and 10 a. m. ; Vespers 3 p. m. ; Sunday School
1 p. ru. services every day at 8 a m. Rev. Matlereon
It. K. TIME CARD ATCAIK0.
ILLINOIS CKNTRAL K. R.
TKUNsi.ri-T. u n ';
Mall .. 3:03 a.m I TMall 4:0S t.m
tAeeom,daUoa.ll:lO am Bioress... U:0a.m
tEipreoa 8:W p.m I Accoindatlon .4:15 p m
Or L.t.N. O. R. K. (Jackaon Route).
tMall 415 a.m I tMall 4:S0p.m
ExpreiK lOiMamltKxpreif 10:30 am
tAc'modation 8:10 p. m
ST. I.. C. K. B. (Narrow Gaaga.)
Epre 9:15 a.m I 'EipNui 4:85 p.m
Accom'datlon. 1 :0 p m I Accoii'datlon 11 :40 a m
bT.L , I.M . 4 8. K.R.
Bxiire ll;90p.m ltBrproia.....- 2: om
WABASH, 8T. IX)IH PACIFIC R'T CO.
Mall A Ki .... &: vm Mall & Ex.... :W p.m
tArcom'datlon :V p.m I Acom'datlon 11:10 a.m
Daily except Sunday, t Daily.
MOBILE A OUI0 H. R.
Mail. J :55 a. m. I Mail 9:10 p. m.
JLLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Clucago.
Tho Onlv Line liunuint;
O DAILY TRAINS
0 From Cairo,
Making Dirkct Connkotion
Arrlvlncln 61. Louil 9 45 a.m ; Chicago. :30 p.m.;
A CunnctlnR at Odm and KmnKham for cfncln
call, Loutivlllo. Iudianapolm and polnta Kant.
1 l io n.tn. Bt. Ijouiai and Western
ArrtvltiRln St. Loulu 7.U5 p. m., nd conuedln?
fur all point! Weat.
3:50ip.m. Fat KxprM
JorSt. Loulaaod Chlcaco. arriviDg attit. Louli
10:40 p.m., and Chicago? m.
3:50 p.m. Cincinnati Kxpreue.
Arrivtne at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Lomaville 6:55
a m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. Paeeenxor by
thu train reach the above polnta 1 to 36
Hol'KS tu advance of auy other route.
l"The3:M p. m. exproei baa PULLMAN
bLEKPINUCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
channoe, aud through eloeperi to St. lonla and
Fast Time East.
D.iuoann-ni.n hT thUUne Ko through to Eat.
I lSSeil2;CrS urn polnta without any delay
canted by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon tralu from Cairo arrive in new York Monday
unrnlug at 10:35. Thlrtyalx hours in advauceof
07 other route,
1fTFor through tickets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Cantral Railroad Depot, Cairo.
' J. II, JONES, Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON, Goo. Paw. Agont. Cblcaeo
Q.E01WK II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsioiau and Surpsoon.
Special attention paid to tho Homeopathic treat
tnent of surgical diseases, aud diseases of women
Office ! On 14th street, opposite the Post 0(8ce.
U. W. 0. JOCFLYN,
01 FIUK Klghth Street, near Como aroial Avenoe
It. E W. WEITLOCK,
0rius-No. 186 Commsrclal Avnu, bstween
Jtght'i sad Ninth Btreeu
FL0UJ GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
rjHECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Culro. UliuoU. .- . '
71 OHIO LBVEE.
A General Banking1 business
TII08. W. HALLIUAY.
JKTKRPRISE SAVING BANK.
Or Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
THOS. W. HAUilDAY,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
rhe Largest Variety Stock
IN T1IK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlElt Ac CO..
3or. Nineteenth street) PairA Til
Commercial Avenue I lttlfU 111
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RCN AS FOLLOWS.
ux and arrsn modat, ooroniR tJ,
Express and Mall leaves Cairo, ever? day except
Sunday, at 8:15 a. m. Arnv,s at East St. Louis at
8:40 p.m. Arrives st Cairo at 4:85 p. m.
Accommonatton arrives at n :w a. m. anu oe
parts at 1 :00 p. m.
HORSE SHOEING SHOP.
I have opened a
on 9th street, between Commercial and Washing
ton aves , having given this business my special
Over Twontv Years
I feel confident I can gtva perfect satisfaction. I
have not onlv given my attention to
MAKING AND FITTING SHOES,
but have made the construction of the foot and
limbs a stady also, which en ables me to fit my
shoes properly and In so doing relieves the horse
from a great doal of Injury that ha would oiier
wlse he subject to.
Hoping br strict attention to basiness aud fair
dealing io receive liberal share of the public pat
ronage, Your Respect. JOUN McCLELLAN.
FERRY RO AT
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE VePV STATES.
On and after Mandav. Julr 21. and until further
notlc.the ferryboat three Slates will ranks ucur
as possible on tae following time tame;
MAVXS LBAVIS UAV1S
Foot Fourth St. Missouri Land'g. Kenttftky Ld g.
6:80 a. m.
7:00 s. m.
3:80 p. m.
7:80 . m,
8:00 i. u.
Foot Fourth st. Kentucky Ld'g. Mtssouri Land'g.
4:00 p.m. 4:30p.m. 8:10 p.m.
On last trip leaving Kenturkv 1 ending at 4 :S0 o'clock
p. m., the boat will go to Birds Point, making cos
nectlon wlthT. A8t.L. pas. enger train for Cairo.
Flrsttrlpat8:30a. m. leaving Oalro, Will eonneot
with T. A St. L. train leaving Cairo.
O O A. L
S Tinware. S
CHICAGO MAHKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CITA8. CUNNINOt
:30 A. St. November 28, 1862.
, ' November. December. January.
Pork $17 80 t I
art...., w .... j
nuw vim II y..
Oats W i'l'i'i
1S:30 P. M.
Pork I $18 siyt
Wheat 94 W V4 S
Corn 6VA WK
Oats 37M S5!s
Pork 17 00 18 m 16 H
Wheal WS' 04 95
Corn 87 6o IVA
NEW YORK, NOV. 24. 1882.
Wheat No. Chicago, $1 0831 09 No 2 It, W.
f 1 onftl Wj. No. 2 Corn 9nit$1 U3
W. F Lax b dim, river editor or I'tis Bulletin
and steamboat passenger agnnt. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. O.lco
at Bowor's European Hotel, No. 72 Ohio lovee,
HTAOE8 OF TUB RIVEK.
The river marked by the gauge last
evening at this port, 10 feet and
Fittaburp;, Nov. 236 p. m Hirer 2 foot
0 inches and stationery.
Cincinnati, Nov. 256 p. u. River 0
feet 3 inches and falling.
Louisville, Nov. 25 6 p. in. River 5
feet 10 inches and rising.
Nashville, Nov. 250 p.m. River 2 feet
7 inches and falling. '
St. Louie, Nov. 25-6 p.m. River lOfeet
7 inches and stationery.
Thu Wyoming from Cincinnati passed
down for Jlemphis lat niht.
The Montana from St. Louis passed up
the Ohio for Tennessee last evening at
The John B. Maude from Memphis ar
rived last evening with a good trip and
passed up for St. Louis at 0 p, m.
The City of Helena for Memphis arrived
from St. Louig last evening. She had a
good trip and departed at 10 p. ru.
The Golden Rule is a "shure shot to
day for Cincinnati. The Rule is one ol the
largest boats of the Southern transporta
The Andy Baum for Memphis and U. R.
Springer for New Orleans left Cincinnati
yesterday evening at 5 o'clock. Both had
The Gus Fowler will "choke a stump"
to-day at Paducah, as Sunday she always
piously observes, but will leave Monday
morning, 8 o'clock sure, for Cairo.
The city of Baton Rougu from St. Loui9
arrived yesterday morning at 10:30. She
bad a largo uumber of pasBongers and a
good freight trip left for New Orleans at
7 p. m.
The Cons Millar from Memphis arrived
here yesterday morning at 0 :30. She had
a fine trip of freight, some 400 bales of cot
ton, and 50.000 feet of lumber; 15.000 feet
of it bIic discharged here.
The Jas. W. Qff for Memphis will report
here early this morning. Tho old reliable
Capt. Bob Wiso will bo at thu bead of
affairs, and chief of staff Mr. Joe Surtees
the champion clerk of steamboats will as
usual preside in the office. W. F. Lamb
did, Passenger agent will furnish tickets,
office, 72 Ohio levee.
The Henry A. Tyler from MeniphU ar
rived yesterday morning with a sploniid
trip of freight and a good cabin register.
She discharged over 4.000 packages hero
and departed for Tiptouvillo at 4 p. 111. aud
will return to-morrow, leaving again Tues
day at 4 p. ru. prompt, for Gayoso, which
in future will bo the terminus of her trips.
Capt. Ben Egan, one of the old pioneer
steamboatmon of the Cumberland and
river correspondent of the Cincinnati Com
mercial, Bays: that thu C. E. Uillman, form
erly a very fine large eido-wheel boat f
"ante bellion" days, made the ruu from
Nashville to Paducah and roturti, a dis
tance of four hundred miles in 27 hours.
We have the most implicit confidence in
Citpt. Ben Egan, and know tint ho would
not intentionally iorvaricate, but knowing
the boat 10 well aud having ot'teu traveled
on her, we are satisfied the Captain is not
correct. Say forty hours Captain, aud we
will swallow it.
We have hoard both Democrats and Re
publicans say that there is nothing better
for a Cough than Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup;
this old reliablo remedy nover fails to cure
a Cough or Cold atonno, aud may bo ob
tained at any drug store for 25 cents a bot
tle. For Dyspepsia, Indigcation, Depression
of BnirlU and General Debility, la their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, aud other Intermittent
Fevurs, the "Fcrro-Phosporatod Elixir of
Calisaya," made by Caswell, Usxard & Cc",
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; tod forpationts recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it lias no equal. ((
MEN WOMEN AND BOOKS.
EDITED IN TI1K INTEREST OK THE CAIRO
"It takes the highest to do perfect min
idtering; the highest grace and tnort beauti
ful culture must come to bear upon this
little every-day living which is all that the
world works for after all." Mrs. A. D. T.
Additions are daily made to tho English
Longfellow Memorial Committee, which
already numbers about 300, and includes
the most distinguished men iu all depart
ments of intellectual activity.
Tho well-known novelist, Captain Mayne
Reid, has finally been placed on tho pension
list of the United States government. Ho
was ej oflic-r in the 1 st New York Volun
teers (General Ward Burnett's rtgiment),
and was wounded at Chapultepec.
Mr. Holman Hunt has now about finish
ed hid great picture of "Tho Flight Lite
Egypt," which was begun at Jerusalem six
The celebrated German line-engraver,
Professor Eduard Mandul, died in Berlin
last month, at tho age of 72. He was about
completing his important plate "LaMadun-
na del Sisto," by Raphael.
A rare opportunity is placed before art
lovers in New York. One of the finest of
existing easel pictures of Raphael has
been lent for exhibition u the Metropolitan
Museum. It is the celebrated "Madonna
Del Candelabri," now owned by Mr. Munro
Bu'ler-Johnstone. This is the first of
Raphael's pictures that has ever been
brought to America.
The following is from the Boston Tran
script: '"New England Bygones' is a
boon t true sons and daughters of the soil.
It depicts old-time characters and sketches
with consummate instinct tho scences so
common to our rural life. It is general
and individual; it brings home delightful
memories; it turns back the impetuous na
ture to cool, restful customs; it restores
teverenco for the truly meritorious parts of
the past; it incities new love of fadeless na
ture; it stirs the emotional life to sacred
issues; it is more than its author meant; it
will be bought aal read by hundrods
whose daily careers will be nobler for the
influence it exerts; kept lu tho household,
it will be the source of recurrent pleasure,
profit and inspiration."
THE OLD MASTKH OP.UHWILM AND
($3.00) is a translation, by Mrs. Mary C.
Itobbins,of Eugeue Fromeutiu's Los Mait
rees d' Autrefois, in which the greatest art
critic of modem France narrates, iu most
picturesque and vivid language, tho re
sults ot his journeys and reflections among
the museums and meadows of the Low
Countries. The famous painter records his
impressions of the wonderful lives and
works of Rubens, Rembrandt and Van
Dyck;of Terburg, Cuyp, Ruyadael, Metzu
and Fraotz Hals ; of the Van Eycks and
Memling, and of
"The Dutch school, Id Its uucliauglng frame of
agricultural aud maritime II fe,of downs, pastures,
huge clouds, and low horizons. "
The noblo Latin fervor of Fromentin's
style is perfectly preserved in tho transla
tion. The book is illustrated with lull
pge heliotypesof ninny of the most famous
pointings of the Lowland schools ol art.
"THE BLACK MADONNA."
According to tho leading Polish journals,
no suoh crowd of pilgrims has ever been
guthercd together within tho veuerablo
walls of Czoustochau as that assembled
there the week bofore last, for the purpose
of celebratiug the fifth jubilee of tho so
journ in Czenstocliau Monastery of the re
nowned portrait, said to havo beeu painted
by St. Luke, of the Virgin Mary, kuowu to
Orthodox Slavdom as "The Black Ma
donna." This picture was at one timo in
the possession of tho Byzantine Empress
Helena. A Ruthenian Prince named Lion
first brought it to Poland from Constantino
ple, and built a chapel for it at Beltz in
Gnlicia. Theuco it was conveyed in the
your 1382 to Czoustochau by Duke Radis
lay, ot Oppoln, tho pious louder of that
famous monastery, and by him dedicated
to the Holy Mother of God. Painted upon
a panel of cypress-wood in colours that
havo blackened iu tho course of ttges, the
portrait a half length is set in a triple
frame of solid gold plate, only showing thu
face and two bands of the Madonna. Eacli
ot these apertures is thickly edged with
precious stones ono with diamonds and
emeralds, anothor with rubies and pearls,
aud a third with brilliants only. The nim
biu surrounding the Virgin's head is also
of thick pure gold richly studdud with
jewels. Every known slay typo and costume
was abundantly represented at Czonstochau
during the jubiloo celebrations, iu which
over two hundred priests took part st open
airaUoraerccted round tho monastery chapel.
From Lithuania, Galicla, Silesia, Pome
rauia, Moravia, Bulgalna, Servia, Rouraa
nia, and even from Jorusalum, tho votaries
of the Black Madonna kopt pouring in
throughout tbe centenary wook to the num
ber of two hundred thouaanrl, arranged In
no fewor than fifteen hundred several pro
cessions. Bv far the lrnatnr rnnlniv i,f
pilgrims camped out in the open fields; but
many thousands were billited off in the cot
tages and barns of neighboring villages,
the inhabitants of which, as well as the
local clergy, have reaped a golden harvest
from tho stranger throngs invading their
usually tranquil and somewhat primitive
district to deposit their offering at Our
Lady ot Czuostochau's Bhrine.
Some wonderful specimens of old Span
ish embroidery were exhibited in London
last summer. Thoy dated from three cen
turies ago and really seemed to bo examples
of a lost art. One in particular attracted
attention. It represented a landscape seen
between a row of columns'and was reported
to have been based on a Bketch by Velas
quez, that wonderful master of light and
shade. Technically it wa remarkable as an
Instance of raised work or emboaaing. The
figure ot a deer was raised two inches above
the flat. The fluting of the columns was
worked in simil&r relief and then the
whole covered with thick threads of gold.
The balustrade, the animals, the leaves,
were all finished in this style so unspairing
of labor. Thuse acquainted with such mat
ters will appreciate the extraordinary skill
such work demands.
Yesterday a Chinaman came ashore from
one of the steamers at the wharf and wan
dered about for some time until he wus
"picked up" by one of tho "Frosty Twen
ty," who took him to the Ilnlliday and in
troduced biru to "the gang" and others as
the advance agent of the "My Partner"
company which is to be here next Tues
day. lie was dressed in the usual style and
had a most comical appearatice. Afttr
leaving The Halliday he went up-town and
thore met with a distster which was, very
probably, the cause of his speedy vi)lei.t
demise. Under what circumstances, or
where, wo could not learn, but when next
eijcu he was minus tho Cliiuntiiuu's most
sirred oriiunicut, his caudal appendage.
He went down to the coal
fleet below the city and
sat uround awhile, attracting somo atten
tion from thoso iu charge there. Altera
little while he suddenly picked up a ham
mer and began to beat himself over the
head in a manner that left no doubt of his
purpose. Bystanders interfered by forcibly
taking the instrument away from bim.
Hut tlio ooluut'ial wm uut j UU BO CaSUJ
toiled; he made a rush for tho
river, aud jumped in and was'
drowned before aid could roach him.
His body was recovered, however, Boon
alter life was extinct. Coroner Fitzgerald
wus not i (led, an inquest was hold, and the
jury found a verdict in accordance with the
What the cause of his determination to
deHtiu, 1 1 i . i . : f was is not positively
known; that it was regret over tho loss of
his back-hair is ouly surmissed.
REPORT OK THE SUPERVISING INSPECTOR.
Inspector-General Dumont, in his annual
report for the fiscal year ended June 80tb,
gives thu following statistics of the steam
boat inspection service: Number of vessels
inspected, 5.117; ton ago of the same, 1.208.
564; officers licensed, 20.467; showing an
increase over thu previous year in the num
ber of vessels of 33S; in tcnago, 74.561 ; and
in the number of licensed officers, 2,669.
ToUt receipts from all sources during the
year, 279.880.30; total expenditures, 237.,
615.63; receipts over expenditures, $52,273
67. Total number of accidents to steam
vessels during tho year resulting in the
loss of life, 41 ; lives lost from accideuts to
steam vessels, 295, of which 50 were passen
gers; total persons carried during the year,
354. 070.417; this number divided by 205
(number of lives lost), buows oue life lost
to ench 1.727.172 persons carried as against
one lite lost in each 55.714 persons carried
in 1851 the year previous to the enuct
meut of thu first really efficient eteauibout
laws. In the year last named there were
39.000.000 passengers carried and 700 lives
lost. Tho Supervising Inspector-General
reports economy in the management of the
contingent expenses of the service whereby
bucIi expenses havo beeu reduced from 12
per steamer inspected in 1870 and previous
years to $7 since that, making a gross sav
ing in six yonrs of nearly f 120.000. Gen
Dumont renews his recommendations of
1880 that tho rulo requiring boat and hre
drill on lake, bay, aud sound steamers be
also applied on river steamers, and quotes
from tho report of tho local inspectors in
the Golden City disaster that "the deck
crew seem to huve done nothing except to
save themselves," whereas, iu his opinion,
had that steamer been required to discip
line Its cruw they would not only have been
able to save their own lives, but the lives of
many of thoso who were unfortunately lost.
Take Iluutor's Sifter. Iluutor Sifter Co
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lack of Energy, Malaria,
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Previous to talcing Brown's Jxor
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that will not blacken the
teeth or give headachd.
Sold by all Drugglataj.
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See that sll Iron Bitten are made by
Brown Chemical Co., lUliimore, and
have crossed red lines and trade
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BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Street
P. BROSS, President. I P, N FF, VlcePres'nt
II. WELLS, Cashier. T. J. Kerth, Asa't cash
P. Brosa Cairo I William Klute. .Cairo
Peter Noil William Wolf....
C. M Oeterloh " ICO. Patler
E. A. Budur " II. Wolls
J. Y. Clom'on, Caledonia.:
A (JEN ERA 1. BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange sold and bought. Intnrurt pikl tt
tho Savings Doptrtmuiit . Collections made and
all business promptly attended to.
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Wholesnlo Dealer in loe.
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recelvod at Danlol Uartraao'i or at the shop,
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CAIRO . 1I.XB.