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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1883.
Treasurer X. J . Kerth.
Clerk-Dennl.. J, t'uley.
,j,niisulor--Wm. B. Ullburt.
Marshal L. II. Meyers,
Attorney W llltara U.ndrlcka.
BOAUIJ Of ALDSB.Sfl
first Ward-Wm. MeHale.T. M. Klmbrongh.
i-rond Ward-Jesse Hinkle, C. N. Hughe.
Third Ward-B. K, Blake, John Wood.
Ki.ur-b Ward-Cbatlea 0. l'.tier, Aduipb Bwo-
"tfirtli W'ird-T. W. nUldT. Erneat B. P.tttt.
iirtiilt .Iul - O.J.lUker.
Circuit Clerk-A. H. Irvln.
County Judge K. a Yucuut.
County Clcikb. J. Uumui.
County Attorney-J . M. Da'imm.
County Treaurr-Milus W. I"arkr.
Coroner-R- KlUjrerla u-iim.. J A
County Coromlssioners-T. W. Hftlllday, J. A.
Otblis and I'eter Sftup.
TAIKObVVPTHT. -Corner Tenth and l'Plr
j streets; pruning flr-t ind third Sundays In
cVci mouU,. U ft. ".. nd 7:40 t- m.: Pyr meet.
0 Koiirtnwitn .ireet; Buiidsy 7:00 a m., Ioly
K.M-b.rli.12 . Sood.y bolS U:00...
M.,ruit l'rTor; :i P- n-. Evening Prayers, r
Davenport, S. T. B. Hector.
iMI'.fcT MIMHIONARV BAPTIST CHUK01I.
V Mnu .1 to . . n... p. u. od 7:30 p. m
hI ,!(. school lit 7 Hi p. ni Ro. T. J. Hhores,
1 ! 'tilKKAN TtliUicnUi ilrwot; se.rTii.es Hab
1 ., hath I ::i ft. m ; Sunday school 2 pm. Kv
vi I i . I1"' ,r -
MKniODlKT-Cur. Elirbib U Wftluul alrueti,
IW.I.lug Hftl-Uth U:lW.ra. nd : P;
umi.y .school t -4:ou p. m. K. J. A.ttcarrctt.
1 1 1; K"HYTERI AN - Eighth street; preaxnlnr. on
I Sabbath tt U:nn . m. nd 7:30 p. m.; prer
-ne.-nui: dneniU tt 7:30 p. m.; Sunday Schuol
ii s p m. Kcv B. V. Oeowe, putot.
i ' .n ink I' II S-"lUimn embolic) Corner OroM
v.ri Walnut streets: services Babhath 10.80ft.
.; Sunday p.:hoil At p. m ; Vespers 3 p. m.; -!.
over dy t 8 ft. n. Kcv. O'Uara, PrtcsU
CT T T!tI K'H -(Homn Catholic) Comer Ninth
J5 Mrert fti.d Wft.hlnrton v.nne; servloea Ban
on h f ud 10 ft. m ; Vetper. 8 p. m. i Sunday School
iV. m. services .very day t ft-m. H. MwUThuii
K. tt. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTIULR. R.
TIUIN liai'AHT. TRANS ""
Mtll 3:05a.m tMall ..: .""
ccom'dftt.ou.ll :10 .m BlpreM 11:10 ft.m
(Kipret 8:tV) p.m Accindt1o..4:lS p m
C. ST L. 4 N. O. R. R. (Jftckion ruw).
tMtll 4') ft m I tNUll .. .. 4:)p ro
Kipret. lo:V) ft m tKxprf f !:' m
tAc modniou VMp nt
ST. L. i f. K. K
Eipr.- 8:11 im
Accom'd.llon. I p.m
KxpreM il':rp.ai tKipreM :2 p
WABASH. BT. LOUH PACIFIC K'T CO.
uu ki .... M'W vm I MU Bx.... wp
tArcom'dtlooi:J p.m 1 1 Accom'dnioo U:10 ft.m
Duly except Sunday, t UftUj,
LJt T I U
4 8. K. R
MOBILE OI1IO R.
, ......... ft. n. I Mail.w
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino 1 tunning
9 DAILY TRAINS
0 From Cairo, -Making
TiNt Lift Cairo:
3:OT u rn. Mull,
Arriving In 8t. Loul I 4S ft.m. J Cblcwro. :SJ1 1 p.m. i
Conni'ctlug t Odin ud Kfflnghm for Clncln
nail, Loulavtllu, Indlanapoln ftud point. Kant.
1 l:lt) iv.m. Ht. lAnim uiul WmtTn
Arriving In Bt. Loul. 7:05 r- ,n(1 counectlng
(or ll point. Wet.
.'J.fiO p.m. Knt lOxpreM.
rorHt. Loul. and Chlcg. arriving fttSt. Loul.
W:l p m.. and Chicago i :IW ft m
.1 T ) p.m. Cincinnati Kxpretw.
Arriving at Clnclunatl 7:00 ft.m.; Loui.trlll. Bir
a m.; lndlnapoltn 4:06 .m. Pitawngcr. hy
thin tralu rac.h the above point, lii to 30
lluURS In dvnce of ny other route.
rr-TheS:50 p. m. oipre ha. PULLMAN
hl.KRi'lNU CAR Cftlro to Clnclnnfttl, without
ehaiiftv, nd through .Leper, to Bt. tonl. and
Fast Timo East.
1 ilSSeilSJjeiS Brn polnu without any delay
canned by Huuday Intervening. The ritrdy ftfter
noon train from Cftlro arrlvei In new York Monday
Homing t 10 :s&. Thirty-ill hour. In dvuc.ol
nf other routu, ... . . .
IITKor through ticket, fcnd further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Kallroad IVpnt, Cairo.
1 J. U. JON KB, Timet Agent.
A. U. HANSON. Oen. Pe. Agent. Chicago
QUO ROE II. LEACH, M. 1).
Phvrtioian and Surjroou.
Bpuclal Htiontlon paid to th. Homeopathic trout
ment of surgical dl.oae.,nddlB!i"o. of women
and rlilldrun. .
offlcHt on tllh stroet, opposlto tha Post omco,
It. W. C. JOCTT.YN,
OKKlCK Klghlb Street, near Como .rclal Av.nue
J)!(. E W. WIIITLOCK,
ot.ioi No. 186 Commercial Av.no., bttwe.o
Hgtl j and Ninth BtreeU .
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruitt, with'
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids orartitiC'
ial Essences. Always uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Hare gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual.
it. Admitted by all who hare used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
' MANUFACTURED BT
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, and St. Louis, Mo.,
Utktntt L.pull. T.Mt Or. IMn't Fnu Bah
rnf.w, u4 Ur. PrlM'. l.kM FtrfWBM.
WE MAKE NO SECOND CRADE COODS.
EW FHU AND OYSTER DEPOT.
Having now perfoctul my ftrrangcmenU to
supply the tr.de with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Ctn Now Oiler as Follows: Oysters
Taken From tho Shell Here Fresh
as From tlio Gulf.
Btyon Cook. ! AO per 100
" Haslno 75 "
Oy.tur. In balk 80 "
Oyalvra standards In can. 30 "
Red Bnappcr 10c. per lb
Crokles . ..- " "
Sheep Head, 4c " '
Bbrlmp. I.otii.t-i . CruHn and Turtles all In season
LIBHKAL DISCOUNT TO TUB TKADK.
EW YORK. STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
, - r .. . . .
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KK fc CO..
not, Nineto.nth street I Puiti III
Commercial Avenuf lflll O III
PROPRIETOR OF SI'ROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICF.Py THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
?':KED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
ST. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
ON AMD ArTM MONDAT, OOrOBHK HI.
Express and Mall learns Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 8:15 m. Arflv.s at Kast Bt. Louis at
8:J0p. m Arrives nt Cairo at 4 :H5p, in.
Accommodation arrives at 11:40 a. ra. and du
part it 1:00 p. m.
JAMES KKLC1I& CO.
IL T. OEROULD AND
.0. P. NEWLiN D.
AND (US FITTERS,
DRIVK WKLLS. FORCK AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
DP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, UAS FIX
TUItlW Of all klnd.furnlsbsd u ord.r, old nxluros re.
bronsedi Jobbing promptly ftttonded to. Orders
rocolved at Daniel Hartmao's or at tha shop,
0OMMKHC1AL AVENUB BETWEEN
NINKT1I AND TENTH STREETS,
OA1HO .... IL,TM.
CII1CA0O MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DATLY BV CnAS. CUNNIKO
9:110 A. M January 9, 18t3.
January. February. March. 11 y-
Pork 1 117 25 17 40
Wheat... WH W7V OHM
Corn.... 5tlJ4 53 ! tixt 64 X
Oats .. . X .tft
1J:30 P. M
Jannary. February. .March. I May.
Pork ... t tffiFl lifao
Wheat.. m'yi n
Corn...... M tail 3fiVrf MM
Oat. :41 8(1 3m 37H
2 :w P. M.
January, February. March-. I Jiy.
Pork.... $17 '0 I $17 40 $u 6U
Wheat.. 9 UHH W
Corn.... Ml4 MH W'l 55H
Oau.... 3ft 36 7ii
Chicago, January 9, 1882.
Wheat MMt ia,jo
Corn Ir4,rj0t 187,
0ts 81u7 tl3,6W
W. F .'.aMriiim, t1?r editor of t'at IIuli.etih
and ateanbO'it pasener aent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. OfSce
at Bower's European Bote). No. Ti Ohio levoe.
STAGES Of TUB BIVKR.
The river marked by tho gauge last
evening at this port, 12 feet and
1 inches and falling.
Pittsburgh, Jan. 06 p. m River 3 feet
3 inches and rising.
Louisville, Jan. 90 p. ui. River 6
feet 2 inches and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 00 p.m. River 10 feet
0 inches and rising.
St. Louis, Jan. 90 p.m. River 0 feet
5 inches and stationary.
Business on the wharf yesterday was not
The Cons. Millar from Cincinnati h due
early this morning. She goes to Memphis.
Tho Guiding Star from New Orleans
will report here early to-morrow morning
Tho City of Baton Iliuge ii now receiv
ing freight tor New Orleans ami will
probably lmve here to-morrow evening.
The Henry A. Tyler left here for Osceo
la lat evenintr at 4 o'clock. Her freight
trip was light but her passenger trip good.
The Ous Fowler in her usual prompt and
regular manner will report here in time
this afternoon to connect with trains going
north, south, east and west. She leaves at
5 p. m. on her return trip for Paducah.
The Mary Houston for New Orleans is
dated for Cairo to-dity. Passengers going
south by river will do well in securing
transportation on this popular craft. See
W. F. Lambdio, Passenger Ageut, and pro
cure your ticket.
The ice out of the Mississippi was run
ning very heavy ycBterday and almost too
strong for moderate sizu bortts to fight; but
tho weather was moderating vory fast last
evening and the wiud changed to the south
west. The typo who had been working on our
river column for some time has been allowed
a leave of absence permanently; and the
unpardon able mistakes of the past will not
appear so often as wo have a matt who
knows just how it ought to be done.
We are creditably informed that Capt.
Wm. Harmon who purchased the Silver
thorn from Capt. W. J. Turner several
months ao for forty-five hundred dollars,
gold a half interest in his boat to the whole
sale merchants ot Nashville for (ivo thou
sand dollars and she will enter as a regu
lar packet to run from Jolnmmville to
Florence, Ala. Wo must congratulate the
Capt. on liia lucky sitlu and would advise
him to purchase a ticket in the Louisiana
Lottery as he certainly struck a streak of
A Michigan boy ate a bar of soap, drank
A lot of soiln water and went to hod to euro
his cold. The doctor had a hard time to
pull him through, but the boy now says the
next time ho catches a cold lie will use Dr.
Hull's Cough Syrup.
fiKft,THE GREAT m
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backicbt, Hsadschs, Toothschs,
or Throiil. Nwrlllnfa, Npraltia, UrulftCft,
- Hnrna. NcnMa. rroat Hit,
AND AIX OTIIKH MIIIIII.V Hl. AMI At'NKH.
44 by Dm.il.u .ml pral.rf irylin, Fitly Con a botll..
IHmOMI. I. II 1..0IU..M.
rue mi AMi.Kii a. v utiKi.ru ro.
MA.vvuauft.gu.) ftviiliMn, l.a. 1.
A STRANGE REMINISCENCE.
TUB ESCAPE OF A WELL KNOWN EX ARMT
SUllOEON FHOM AN UNFORESEEN
(Baltimore Aruor can,)
I seldom appoar publicly in print, but
the facts connected with my experience
which follow are so striking, and bear so
closely upon the experience of others, that
I venture to reproduce them entire:
In the month of Sap t ember, 1870, I was
practicing medicine in New Orleans. The
summer had been excessively hot and
everybody was complaining of being ex
hausted and feeling tired. It was not an
unfrcnuent occurrence to have patients ask
for something to relieve this weary sensa
tion, and that I should also partake of the
same universal lassitude or weakness, did
not alarm me. I supposed that over-work
and exposure had produced a temporary
physical prostration; therefore I made atrip
to St. Paul, Minn., thinking that a rest of a
few woeksin a cooler climate would soon
reinvigorate me. Little did I dream, how
ever, what was in store for me. After get
ting settled in my new quarters I took a
short walk every day, and patiently await
ed a return of strength, but in spite of all
my efforts I seemed to bo losing htrength;
and even auy slight exercise became labor
ious and tiresome. During this time I had
frequent dull aching pains in my head, and
through my back and hips, occasional
shooting pains in various parts of the body,
with soreness, shortness of breadth, and
palpitation of the heart. My feet and
hands would be like ice one day, and burn
with heat the next. I had no desire for
food, and what I did eat distressed me; my
Bleep becume disturbed with the frequent
desire to urinate. The quantity of fluid
passed would at one time be small and at
another quito profuse. Then for duys 1
would be perfectly Iree from this desire and
nothing seemed to be the matter; neverthe
less my debility gradually increased. My
eyelids were puffed out ; my bowels were
alternately torpid ami too active, the urine
would be clear some days, on others it
would be of high color and deposit a brick
dust sediment, and at still others there
would be a whitish appearance and a thin
greasy scum would rise to the top. The
pains in my head, back, chest, jaints, bow
els awl bonus weio horrible iu the extreme.
I went in vain from place to place and con
sulted the best medical authorities the
country affords; I would have a chill one
day aud a burning fever the next. I buffered
excruciatingly with a numbness of my feet
and hands, and at the base of tho brain
and between my shoulders; at times my
limbs and body would bloat and physi
cians said I was suffering trom the dropsy
and could not recover.
How could I be so blind to the terrible
trouble that was devouring me, I do not
know; but there are thousauds to-day who
are suffering from the samo cause and are
as ignorant of its nature as I was. My skin
was the color of marble at one time, and
then again it would be like saffron, and
this terrible restlessness, and I might say
wilduess, wa9 followed by a" dull, heavy,
drowsy sensation. I was wasted to a mere
skeleton except when the dropsical bloat
occurred. I tried all the celebrated mineral
waters of this Country mid Europe; all
kinds of mediciuo aud all kiuds of doctors.
Still no help came. I lay at my hotel in
Philadelphia, where I was temporally so
journing, fiven up to die by friends and
physicians alike, when there providentially
came into my hands little pamphlet,
which I carefully read and from which I
got a view of my real condition, which no
other agency had revealed. Acting on its
advice, I had my water analyzed at once,
and to my surprise, albumen and tube casts
were found in large quantities. A skillful
physician was sent for and upprised ot the
fact. He said I had Bright's Disease, and
that death was certain. My friends im
portuned me to take a remedy which had
won a great reputation for the cure of all
forms of kidney diseases, and I therefore
laid aside my prejudice and commenced
its use. At first my stomach rejected it
and I had to use small quantities; but after
the first five days my stomach retained full
doses. This was one year ago last October,
and rny improvement was rapid and perma
nent. I have regained 50 of the Go pounds
of flush I lost during my illuess, and I feel
as well to-d.y as I ever did, uud I can un
reservedly slate that my life was saved by
Warner's Safo Kidney and Liver Cure, tho
remedy I used.
It may seem strange that I, bung a phy
sician aud an ex-army surgeon, did not
have the water analyzed before; but such
is tho fact. I had the symptoms of every
other disease, and I did not suspect that
my kidneys were in the least particular out
ot order; and here is just where I was in
the greatest danger, and where most peo
ple who mad this article are iu danger. I
find that I am only one ot thousands who
are suffering from kiducy disorders, which,
neglected, surely'terminate la Bright's dis
ease, I also know that physicians may treat
these disorders for months without know
ing clesrly what tho trouble is, and even
after ascertaining the cause, be unable to
prevent it. When doath, however, finally
overtakes the helpless victim they disguise
its real cause, attributing it to heart disease,
onvulsioos, apoplexy, vertigo, paralysis,
spinal mcningetis, blood and uremic poi
soning, etc., etc. !
Words, of course, fail to express my
thanks to II. II. Warner & Co., of Roches
ter, N. Y., for giving the world Isuch
needed and certain specific as tho Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure, but such as they
are I gladly give them; while to the thou
sands to whom I have lectured upon the
laws of health and hygiene I commend
this letter most cordially, and warn them
to beware of tha insidious nature of a dis
ease over which physicians confess they
have no control and which in one form or
another, is carrying more people to un
timely graves than any other malady.
J. M. Porter, M. D.,
Baltimore, Md., 94 Saratoga street.
A High-Toned Lawyer.' j
Two ladies were conversing about
matters and things in general, when
one of them, Mrs. btuekup, naked:
"Haven't yon got a brother in New
Orleans who is ti criminal lawyer?"
"Yes, he practises law, but ho never
defends any criminals unless they be
long to tho lirst families. Ho hits to bo
satisfied with their social status before
he will consent uptake their cases."
Thoy call it n case of drunkenness ia
Chicago when a pedestrian tries to set
his watch by a thermometer.
REPORT OF TIIE CONDITION
CIT Y NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, In th. State ot Illinois, at the close of
Pccember 30th, 1082,
Loans and discounts t WJ-HM
Overdrafts l,il 8 09
U. S. bond, to secure circula
tion M.nnn no
I'.H bonds on hand 250 00
Other stocks, bonds and mort
Hugos 78,580 (I
Due from approved reserve
ftifents f I,iv7 Wl
Due from other National banks 1S.45U 55
Due from htttte banks and
hankers ... 60,80 75-158,850 86
Real estato, furniture aud fix
tures 25,410 37
Premiums paid 4ft 50
Checks aud other cash Items. . S.Di.1 Ht
Hills of other Banks 18,M1 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and pennies 350 01
Gold $t,787 00
Silver 5.5SI4 60 :M.S11 00
Leeal Tender notes liO.tlOO 00 78,4;'6 31
Redemption fund with V. n.
Treasurer, (5 pur ecu l. of cir
culation) 2,250 00
Due (rem U. H. Ireamr r,
other than 5 per cuut. re-
demptiou fund 2,000 00
Total $76016 75
Capital stock paid mf 100,000 00
Surplus Fund 130,000 00-2)0,000 60 -
1'udivided Froflu 4,478 39
KaiJoual bank notes ontstaua-
Ing 45,000 00
Dividends unpaid 1,010 00
Individual deposits subject to
ch-ek 1400,881 9J
Demand e. rl it. .,;, ofdeposlt, 15,810 fl
Due to other National banks, 5.S68 Bo
Due to State banks and
bankers 85,797 88-4578 43
Notes and bills ro discounted 90,00 00
Total. $780,818 78
Stats of Illinois, county of Alexander, as.
I, Tbos. W. Ualliday, Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Titos. W. Hall n at. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to be for. m. this 9tb day
of Jan., Wl, M. J. Uowlit, Notary public.
11. II. Cunninoiiam, 1
O. D. Williamson, V Directors.
11. II. Candsi, )
ORDINANCE NO. 100
An ordinance granting permission to Smith
Ilr.thers to erect a frame building on lot 9, block
88, cltv. He It ordained by lbe city council of
the city of Cairo.
Section 1. License and permission Is hereby
Kranti'il to Smith Brothers to erect frame bond
ing, one story 19 by 40 feet, on lot 2, block 38, City
Approved Jannary 8th, A. I) 1883.
N. B. THISTLE WOOD, Mayor.
Attet:-D. J. Foley, City Clerk.
Published In Dally Cairo BoMetiu. Jan. 10th, 1883.
rpilF. CITY NATIONAL RANK.
or Culm, lllltioln.
71 OHIO LKVEE.
A (teneral Banking busiut'KN
TH08. VV. IIAliL.IlA.Y.
JNTERl'RISB SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
J O A. L,
D Stoves D
1ST v - ' N !
S Tinware. B
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
Brown's Iron Bitters
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other- intoxi
Rev. G. V. Rice, editor of
the American Christian Re
view, says of Urown's Iron
Cin.,0., Nov. ifi, iS9t.
Gents: 'J'hc foolHi wag
ing of vital force in business,
pleasure, and vicious indul
gence of our people, nukes
your preparation a necessity ;
and if applied, will save hun
dreds who resort to salnm,
for temporary reruprratinu.
Brown's Iron Bitters
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, weakness, debil
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c, and it never
fails to render speedy and
I-J. E. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Street, between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF AMUNITI0N.
Safes Repaired, All Kinds ol Keys Made,
tlo Whiskey I
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S Es -tZ es
31 . Ajs
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r VC-u X Hsr-X MS A
Ms. ar .A.T-
FL0UH- GRAIN AND HAY
Hiffbett Cuh Price Paid fr Whettt