Newspaper Page Text
Uli A TI ,V
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1883.
OFFICII L DIKECTORT.
Treasurer i , o.eriu.
i;,.rn-Dinl- J. uijy.
C...ium-lir--Wni. 11. Ollhurt.
rbal-l. n. -Meyer,
nortify V.'llliuro Hendricks.
OAMt or iLUSH
Cifi Wrl-Win.MeHle.T. M. Klmbrottfftl
u-oltd Ward-Je.su liiukle.C. N. HnKheH,
u'.,.tll V lllalio. .Inhn Wmill.
Kourth Wrd--Cbrle O. I'ttier, Adoiph Swo-
"trif.'h Ward-T. W. Hallldav. Ernest H. Pettlt.
I'lrolM .1 L. I . Utci r.
Circuit Clera A. 11. Irvln.
i;i,unty Ju.lre. K. i oetim.
County Clora-S.J. Hiniiiti.
'mint) Attoruey-J. M. Dimron.
t.'ountyTresiir.-r-Mile W. I'uricer.
Sheriff John Hodge.
Cor.mer-K. r iwwrnia
County Conirolsaloners-T. W. nalllday, J.
Oibbf and Peter Saup.
t UiW HAITI 4r.-Cornor Tenth and Iopit
j ee'; preaching rtr-t and thir l Sunday. lr
,. mouth, II . m. - I 7: . m S prfyf m-iet
UlCKCIl CP TH8 KiOEKMKrt-El.lc..l.l
l. j. .i i. u m . n, HnmlKV .'hllO t ' 1 OJ .
. v... ....... .if I, .irnvi nini.iK I i ..... .
y .n.i!!- I'rsvir.; S-.oOp. in.. E .'cnlBi! I'rayerj.
I-. Davenport, H. T. Honor.
..,, .r uishlliNAkV IIAITIHT CllCKC'l
t ." -j., i. -tn ii.n.il 7:S0 u
t ,;.)'. KAN-Tfclru-.'iilb irett; services Hab
I . ..:ti 1 :ui m ; tinmtay tr.Loul 2 p in. llev
ii i p,.v, past r
1 ri;'i;t,llsT -r. KUhtl- and WaluM .treets
rt ii'.I.H.i.' Sa'.iba'l. lltiwi m. and 7:10 p. m
i,r,. ; .t,nolat p. m. Kv. J. A.Hwtwtl.
i I l?-'HYTKII AN -Kltfh'h street; preicntnr on
I .' c.itfi - m miA ? n m.: nraver
,1 , ., e.memlav at 7:3') p. m.; Sindn HcUuo)
i .: K I ti h -.U(.u.u Catholic) Corocr Crr.
. h f U'idi.iit (itrrtt; orvic b'idkiu iw.o-
: M ihiHt hilnml it a p. di .; Veira 1 p tn.; er
i.. . - . ,;.ry .l.y at 1 a. tn. Kv. O Ilr, ITlcct.
') J'aTUH'K'8 -(Human Oatliolle)Coriifr Ninth
. ) tfct iid Whlinfton avenno; ipriw?
.ii. ? mid l'l a. in.; Viijer S p. m.; Hnndaj School
i ,. it m-rvlr,- evjry dy at a. m. . M.wti!Rlt
K. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRtJ.
ILLINOIS CKNTUAL K. K.
1IKIM I.KriKT. TKANaAllRITa.
JUi, ..a:Wa.m I tMail l:a.m
i-e.im '.111.10.11: ID a.i cre ; U:JO.m
lKi;r 3:iip.m I Afcomdinli.u . :lj p ro
C. t. L. N. 0 E. R. Ja. kon Hottto).
Mal 4:4S.mtMall 4:3ip.m
H:.ref lu::Hla m tSipre'f 10 ::i a m
tA :'m1a'lon 5' t p m I
ST. L. 4". K U. (Narrow Uijiikb )
Ei.r. H:li.in I itiprM 4::p.m
Ai..-om'dtloo. I :'ip.ro I 'Arconi'datlori ll:) tn
MT.L .. l.M AS. K II
Eipr-f ll:Vip.m ItKxpretfl..- S:2) u id
WABASH. 8T. I.OPH PACIFIC K'T CO
M,il J Ka .... 6:H) vm M .... t:
tArcom'daliou p ro 1 1 Accom'dailon !t:IOa.ui
Daily eicept Sunday. 1 1H.
MOBILE OHIO B. K.
Mai! .J5:55.m. I Mail 9:10 p.m.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Ckiciigo.
The Onlv Lino Kunuhu;
0 DAILY TRAINS
Makinu Direct Connkotion
Train Li Ctuo:
3:U.r) m. Mail.
Arrlvltiitln St. Loiii 145 .m. : Chicago, B:i p.m.;
Coiiuwiinn at Odin and Sfflngham for Cfncln
timi, Lnuiivilk', IndiaHpoliuil puintB Kant.
1 1 : 1 O a.m. ttt. JouiB and Western
Anlvlnii In 8t. LoulT:05 p. m., nd Conni'Ctinc
for nil poiuta rt'oKt.
.1 5 p.m. H'uHt FijprfHH.
t, 81. I.oiiio and CIiIwiko, arrivinK at St. Lonl
itiMK p. in.. nd Chkago7:'J0 a m
;i 50 p tn. Cincinnati KxprH.
rrlyliic Clticlunall 7:00 a.m.; Louiftrllla H:M
'am.; It'dlaiiapolia : a.m. PftKonKt.r by
thin train nach the abovu polnta lti to 30
llitt'Kb In advuuce or any other route.
IfrTho 3;Ri) p. m. oxproM haa PULLMAN
(UKBI,lTJi CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through looper to St. Loul and
Fast Timo Kast.
t.iuoninrkiu hT thin Hue ki through to Kant.
1 ilSSCllJ;eiS vfn point without any delay
rwixod by Hutiday luturvi-nliiR. The Naturday after
noon traiu from Cairo arrive in new York Monday
nornltiR at 10:35. Thirty-Hi hour In advance of
ii nil her route, ...
r Kor throuch ticket and further information,
apply at Illinois Central Kailroad Dpot, Cairo.
J. II. JON KS, Ticuct Agent.
. B. IUN80N, Gen. I'aoa. Aifent. Chicago
y KOKOR II. LEA.CII, M. D.
I'hvsioiari and Surjroou.
Siw.iul ntiontlon paid to tho Homeopathic trout
m.-nt. of aurntcal diaoa.o. and dlsetaes of women
Dlnrnt in lllh Blreet, optmslto tho To.t Oillco,
W. C. JOCKLYN,
UKKU:K-K!alitli Stroet, near Comuerclal Avangu
jyi E W. WHITLOOK,
urwoa No. 1M Commercial Aveno. rtweta
Jti l aaud Ninth BtreeU
While othtf Baking Powdert art largely
adulttrattd with Alum and other hurtful
bat been kept unchanged in all itt original
purity and ttrength. The bJht ti'denct of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
it: !iu ning received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, fret
its introduction to the present time. Ho
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, III., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Maaafwiarm L.p.11. TMt Ami, Dr. Prtr.'. flMfl
ruiorl.t Kxlr.ru, u Dr. frl.'. C.la tnHmm.
KW KM II A NO OYSTBJH DKPOT.
IlaviuKn .w peifcctvl my arrni;.:mont to
supply th trido with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now Offer aa Follows: Oyster
Taken From the Shell Here Fresh
us From the Gulf.
Ba ou Cooks ..
1 M) per KW
, i .as
, 73 "
Ov.tsra In tin I If
Oy.tvr. ftandiird. in cans......
Ked SnauDer l(w n.r ih
CrokiBi .. i
hheep lk-ad, ie 1
Shrimp, Loliet"!., Crth and Turtles a'l In aea.on
JOHN 8 PRO AT.
N"EW YORK STORE, ,
W1I0LK8ALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KU &c CO..
t)or. Ninetoonth street ) Poiurk III
Commercial A venne I (Uril ill
PROPRfKTOR OF 8PROAT8 PATENT
Wholesalo Doalur in lro.
ICR I'V TUB CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
';KEI FOR SHIPPING
Oar Ioads a Spocialtv.
a f FICK!
()Y, Twelfth Street and Leyee,
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
THAINS HUN AS FOLLOWS,
o.t and Arrmt MoiAr, oorouKit St,
Exnros and Mall loaves Cairo, every day cii"tit
Aundav. at 8:13 a. in. Arrlv, at Kast HI. Louis at
3:'p. m Arrives at Cairo at 4:H3p. m.
Accommoniuion arrive at u ;w a. ra. ana au
parts at 1:00 p. ru.
JAMES KBLCII& CO.
IL T. OEROULI) AN"
C. P. NKWLAN I).
AND (US FITTRRS,
DRIVK WKLLS. FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, GAS FIX-, . '
TURES 5 1
Of all kind furnished to order, old fixture ro
bronod( JoiiblnR promptly attended to. Order
received at Daniel Uartinan'i or at the shop,
COMMERCIAL AVKNUB BETWEEN
.NINKTU AND TENTH BTREKTS,
OA1RO '. " ' '. . IL.L.B.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY HY CnA3. CUNNING
9:30 A. M January 10, lM.
January. ) 1'ebruary. March. May.
Pork 17i 'ill 55
Wheat... m 1 9DH
Corn.,.. W4 BI 53
Oat.. . 3i M an 87H
1:3 P. M
January. February. March. I May.
Pork... $ lWri "
Wheat.. 9HW DD'-i
Corn... 5T4 hv 5B?4
Oats ;xi :i 37'
2 30 P. M.
January. Kehrnary, March May.
Pork.... $17 1" $17 2i I $17 3A i
Wheat.. yt V7 wv I
Corn.... 57 r4X M' ' 55:
pan.... an 8iK I aa'ii 37
Chlcaifo, January 10, 1884.
Wheat B9 7 Hl.fiW
Cfrn 22.7n 2tO,4!8
Oat M.718 113,10
W. F IjaMbiiin, river editor ol i'ih IU'Li.ktik
and steamboat pa.enjer aont. Order for all
kinds of steamhoat Job printing solicited. 031 re
at Bower's European Hotel, No. 72 Ohio levee.
BTA0E8 09 THK K1VKR.
The .river mirkel liy the gfiuge last
evening at this port, 12 feet and
1 in( he and fallintr.
Cincinnati, Jan. 10 -C p. tn. River 11
feet 4 itiches and fttllinj;.
ritt!mrjh, Jan. 106 p.m River 3 feet
9 inches and rising.
Louisville, Jan. 10-0 p. m. River 6
feet and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 10 C p.m. River 11 feet
0 inches and rising.
8t. Louis, Jan. 100 p.m. River C feet
0 inches and rising.
We were informed last eveniug that
Capt. Will Hambleton, of Mound City is
till quite sick.
The Guiding Star is over due from New
Orleans. She will likely report lure to
day for Cincinnati.
The U. P. Sohcuck passed Vieksburg at
5. p.m., Tuesday but the way things now
look she is duo until she gets here.
The And? Baum left Memphis last
evening, fur Cincinnati. She will likely
have trouble with the ice on her way up.
The City of Vicksburjj will arrive hero
early this morning sjie ha over 1,500
bales of eastern bound cotton which she
will discharge here for the eastern market
The fine anl populi.r steamer New Mary
Houston will report here early this morn
iug on her way to New Orleans, and will
receive freight and passengers here, de
parting for the Crescent city at uoon.
The Cons Millar, from Cincinnati, arrived
hero yesterday morning at 0 o'clock. Hhe
had a fair trip aud added largely here,
both iu freight and passengers. She de
parted for Memphis at ll:U0 a.m.
Angclo Mcliride, who lias been on the
Montana recently, as pilot, returned home
yesterday from Capo Girardeau, as his
boat bas laid up thero until tho ice (iies
tiou is settled.
Hugh Mooro aud Boozer Htroud, engin
eers ou the John Bransford, pussed
through here yesterday for their homos,
the former lives in IViuoili and the latter
at tit. Louis.
Tho Gus Fowler did uot get out from
Psdiicah yesterday, ou account of rough
weather. It is reported that it was worse
there than here yesterday, but shu will
make a desperate vtVort to como through
to-day regardless of wind or weather.
The fine steamer City of Baton Rouge
loaves here this evening lor New Orleans,
a largo delegation of Masons who have
been in the city for two or three days
visited the Batod Rougo last evening es
corted by Dr. Dunning, who took them on
board to show a specimen of a beautiful
If Professor Tice, Veunor, or anybody
else of greater or less pretentions can tell
anything about the weather of the past
few days, or what is to come, we would
liko to have some light ou the subject;
first hot, then cold, followed by . a sud
den calm and wind up with a regular
hurricane, mixed with a snow, heavy clouds
aud close with something liko sunshine.
Tho weather In this vicinity has boon as
varigated as a pair of barber-pole stock
ings of every conceivable color.
"An enforced residen'co of two years in
California," writes Commander J. B. C'ogh
lan, U. 8. N., from Maro Island, Cal.,
"mado mo the subject of most painfnl at
tacks of rheumatism. D. Hoylo recom
mended 8t. Jacobs Oil, which completely
CAUSE FOR APPREHENSION.
wur MvsTEinoua physical tiiocble
AHOt'BK (CIAL DREAD A l'ROKK.
Few tilings give more pain U nit dresd
or apprehension. Mont people are able to
face apparent danger heroically, but tho
sudden and unexpected coming of some
indefinite calamity very naturally strikts
tetror to even the bravest. For this rea
son lightning and tornadoes are considered
terrible; their coming aud gcing are so
sadden, unannounced aud unknown. For
this same reason 1111 unknown disease,
8OU10 poison in I he blood, some m.tlaily
that isgradually undermining the lite, is
specially dreaded by all thinking people.
And indeed, there are good reasons for
such diead, for fliodern science has dis
covered that some virulent disorders show
the least signs in their beginnings, whilo
they have the worst possible symptoms.
We know of jniany persons who have dull
and uncertain pains in various portions ol
the body; who are unnaturally tired one
day and apparently well tho next; who
have an euormous appetite at times and a
loathing of food soon theieatter. Such
persons are really in a dangerous condi
tion, even though they may uot realize it.
The following statement of a most promi
oert physician, who has had unusual op
portunities for investigation is of so strik
ing and important a nature that it will he
read with interest by all :
130 A It D OK DIRECTORS.
Joseph Aub, M. D. Julius ReW.
Julius Balk, Jr. H. A. Smith, M. D.
Mrs. M. F. Force. II. Miller.
Mrs. George Hunert. Rev. Chas.W.WVndte.
Frd'k Lunkenheimer. Daniel Wolf.
J. B. Wilson.
Office: No. 11 West Eighth St, )
0. Anderson, M. D , Slp't.
Cincinnati, O., Dkc. 2,
I haw, during my professional career of
many years' practice, treated u large num
ber of various disorders, ol which, per
haps, none have given mo more trouble
than the mysterious disease known as
acute nephritis; and while it may seem
strange, it is, nevertheless, true that the
physician is yeut.rally greatly annoyed by
this mysterious trouble, ipccidly when
the case is of hereditary origin. It is,
doubtless, the first stage of tlte well-known
but terrible Rright's disease, as the kid
neys contain largo quantities of albumen;
and while children and young p.;npM are
especially liable to its attack, it is preva
lent with all cluS;es, and usually contin
ues until late iu life.
One obstinate cisu which came under
my obsei v 'tion, was that of m fireman 01
this city who applied to me br treatment.
The case was diagnosed parenchymatous
nephritis. The man was twenty-four years
of age; plethoric and liyht complected.
He st ted that be had suffi ri'd from urin
ary troubles from childhood, and that he
had "doctored" a hundred times, each
tiuio improving some, after which, iu a
short vthile, ho would relap-e into his
former state of mis- ry. I prescribed the
usual therapeutics known to the profession
with the same result that my colleagues
had obtained. Ho got better fur a w hile
and then worse agaiu; in fact, so b;id that
he had to lay oil" for some time. He suf
fered iuteuse pain; so much so th,.t 1 con
fess I had to resort to hypodermic injec
tions of morphia. My druggist who knew
how disgustsd I was with tho cane, al
though not willing to desert tho man ad
vised mo to'try a remedy from which he (the
druggist) himself, had derived great ben
efit. As a drowuing man catches at it gtraw,
I prescribed this rouiedy, not letting my
patieut, however, kuow what I was giving
him; and, although not a believer in nor
a patron of "patent medicines," I must
confess that after my tiremau hail taken
one bottle ho grew much better. I mado
him continue its use for a period of two
months, with the iuot gratifying results;
it really worked wonders und ho Owes his
euro and present perfect health solely to
the remarkable power of Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver Cure, tho remedy which
I prescribed, and tin used.
Sinco the recovery of tho mau above
mentioned, I have given considerable
thought to the subject of acute nephritis,
or kidney difficulty, and I find that its
manifestations are most remarkable. It
often appears without any special synip
turns of its own, or possibly as a HU'iuel to
some other disease. It may bo a sequel
to scai latiua, diptheria, and other illness,
and oven arise from pregnancy. The first
symptoms frequently show themselves in
the form of high, fierce and intense pains
in the lumbar region, "the small of tho
back," troublesome micturitions aud fre
quent changes in tho color of tho urine
which at times diminishes perceptibly. If
the urine is entirely suppressed, tho case
probably, will terminate fatally in a very
few days. . Dropsy Is a coosuquunco of tho
suppression of urlno, and the severeness of
it Ii governed by the proportion of reten
tion. Tho ncrvoua system becomes pros
trated - with - subsequent convulsions and
tegular circulation of th blood,, which,
in my estimation, eventually might cause a
diseased heart to give out. As I have re
marked, in many kidney diseases yes,
oven iu Bright's disease itself there is no
perceptible puiu in the back, and these
troubles often assert themselves in various
symptoms for instance, in troublesome
diarrhoea, blood poison, iinpared eyesight,
nausea, 1"ns of appetite, disordered diges
tion, I ops of corsciousness, husky voice
and many other complaints too numerous
1 1 mention. Indeed thousands of people
am suffering frmu the first stages ot
Bright's disoaso to-day, and thsy do not
In conclusion, I would like to state that
I have, sinco my success with the fireman,
repeatedly prescribed Warner's Safe Kid
ney and Livor cure, and if my professional
brethren could only bo brought so far as to
overcome thoir prejudice agaiust proprie
tary medicines they would, undoubtedly,
find themselves recompensed for their sup
posed siicritico of liberty, ns well as by
t!i great benefits that would accruo to the
world. Most Bincerely
0. Anderson, M. D.,
Mrs. Langtry has one thing not com
mon hero among womon, whether
bountiful or plain. That is a sweot
melodious voice, a lovely intouation,
and a speech low and soft, but clear as
crystal. Her manner of utterance hns
few of the peculiarities whieh our imi
tators of English form think it neoessary
to ttfiVet. it is easy, musical and na
tural, and her pronunciation is delight
ful. It would not bo possible for us,
we regret to say, to assort tho saruo
things with truth of the voice and
speech of tjie greater number of beauti
ful American women. And yet thore
itt consists one of tho nuwt delightful
aud most winning of fominino charms
n charm so great, so essential even,
that otherwise perfect womanly loveli
ness is inexpressibly marred by the lack
of it. Xtio York Sun.
REPORT OF TUB CONDITION
C1T V NATIONAL IB AN K
ai Cairo, Iu the Slate ot Illinois, at the close of
I weniber 30th. 1882.
Loans and discouuts
a :MV.,7 .'4
1.8 6 09
78,510 I 8
U. S. bonds to securo circula
tion V.H. bond on hand
Otlior stocks, bonds and niort
gngf Due front approved reserve
agents $ i,)&7 an
,Due from other National bank 13,450 53
Due from Smto hank and
bankers 30.3 75-158,880 SO
iti'iil esintu, furniture and fix
ture Premiums paid
Checks and other casli iwms. .t si
25, 400 37
I'iIUs of other Hunks IS.s.ll 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels ninl pennies 150 00
Cold $'10,787 00
Silver 5,54 50-;tG,811 50
l.omtl Tender uotes 'JO.OOO 00 7S,4ije 81
Redi'inptii'- 'ii'd with U. 8.
'l ii a - i ent. of cir
line Iretu V. S. 'treasurer,
other than 5 per cent, re
demption fund 2,(1)0 00
ToT A $760,916 73
Cnpliitl stuck paid in $ ino,nnn no
Surplus Fund l.'lO.OOO 00-asn.OOO 00
Undivided Profits 4,478 :ia
National bank notes outstnud-
iiiK 43,000 00
Dividend, tinpnld s.lleO 00
Individual deposits subject to
cheek $100,881 fl.l
Demiojd certificates of deposit, 15,310 5'J
Due to other Nutlouitl banks, 5,SiH (to
Due to state banks and
banker :)5.707 3S-4'i7.8.,8 43
1Nnti s aud bills re discounted JO,0,i) 00
Total $7B0.a;6 75
Slate of Illinois, county of Alexander, se.
I, Th os. vV. llnlllday, Cashier of the above naineo
Imnk, do solemnly swear that the above statement
Is tutu to the bust of my knowledge and belief.
'Hum. w. ItAU.iUAV. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Hill dav
of ilau , lrts.1. M. J. Howlst, Notary public.
It. II. CltNNINllIMM, 1
t. 1). Williamson, V Director.
11. II. Canoks,
'JIIIKt Tl'Y NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO I.ltVBB.
CAPITAL, IB lO 0.0 00
A General Banking hitKinos
T1IOH. W. IIAIjIjI DA Y .
HTBKl'KIHE 8AVINU HANK.
Of Cairo, .
KXCLUSIVKLY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOM. V. HAIiiaOAY,
C O A Jj
D Stoves D
th Whiskey i
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 tho place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
Rev. G.W. 'Rice, editor of
the American Christian Rr
virw, says of Brown's Inm
Cin.,0.,Nov. i6, i3Si.
Oe nts : Tho fvoli-h nsl
ing bt vit.il fotcc in U;ir.- -,
' pleasure, and vicious indul
gence of our people, nuke
your preparation a iiece sity ;
and if applied, will Sfe hun
dreds who resort to s.iLiiis
for temporary recup(.uii,in.
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
Msnii'.ciurnr nnd Dealer In
6th Nine i, between t'ont'l Ave. and Leveo.
CHOKE CORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF AM0.N1TION.
Safo ftn iulred. All Kinds ol Key Mmle.
OAIR.:, Ii I.IMU1K
trLOUP GRAIN AND HAY
Hurhest CMh Prire Paid M Wheat. "
d -rvr g
s mt a m
3 g (-5 5J 1.1 OS vi 3
$ TP Q