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CAIBO. ILLIN0I8. SATURDAY MOBNING, JANUARY 20, 1883.
! sy.r-N . B. Tlilitlflwood.
TruMr T J.Kurth.
Counselor-Win. B. Gilbert.
sjerttial-L. H. Meyers,
Alton. William tletdrlckl.
MO ABU or AI.DSRMSS
lrt Wsri-vVin.McUelii.T. M. Klm'orouiib.
tieinml Werd-Jsw Illukle.C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-B. F, Blaile, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charles 0. Petler, Adoiph bwo-
' Fifth Werd-T. W, HalMdmv. Ernest B. Pattlt.
ClrcaH .lu.io L.
Circuit Uerk-A. II. irvln.
County Judge ti. 8 Yocom.
Cuuuiy Clera-S.J. 11 urn in.
County Attorney-JM. Ujraioij.
County Treaurr-Milce W. Parker.
bet iff John Hodues.
Coroner-It . Fltsjrerela , .
County OoromWonert-T. W. Uellldsy. A.
(ilbhs nod Peter sanp. .
CAIIUJ UlrTHr.-C oruer Tenth and Poplar
) e reeu; priicblng first and laird Sundays In
JtSM! a. . Jo! 7.: . mj i prar-r
iHCKCU OF THE K E D B E M K K ( E (il sc'-pa1 ;
C KolnLth street; Sunday J'iam
tm-h.ri.i- a. m.. Sunday hoxl ; 'I 0) am ,
tiorrSCVr.P. .. Emtio Prayer.. F.
"i r inKiN-Thirl-itb atrwt
L iib I : Vi a. ra i Sunday school P m. Kv.
MKTHOlIHT-Cor. Elghtf aU Waluul
VrcchiM rt.bb.h rl7iT,r'
.-tiuday Siuool t P m' H. J. A.
ilKr!tYTKKlAN-Eighth street; preacnlug on
ilUeJiwto at 7:l0p.m.;bQuday ftcbool
( m. lie B. t. George. PMtor.
CI. jm-KI'B --,nomsa Catholic, (jaer Cro.i
b . Walnut street; MrrtM Ssbbatb lO.Jna.
o.; S.iuday School at S p . m ; N eper P
rU. c rrdj at 8 a. n. Kv. O'Hara. Priest.
L?T H THICK'H-h Knman Catbollc) Comer Ninth
& .Vet 1 Wa.Mn,ion
r,.th S and 10 a. ; Vesper. 3 p. I d
i p. tii. soviet every da; at a. m. Bev. Mjstnio,)
ll. R. TIME OKD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
4 Acco.'dauoa.U:10a.m Ktor.M -
, 2xpri 8:M p.m Aco.mdatlo..4:S pm
C ST. L.N. 0. E.B. (Jackioo Rome).
Wall -" I ,iiS,t2
tAc'inodatloo S M1? tn I
8T. L.C. It. R. (Narrow Omm )
p.,,-,. :15a.tn I Eipmai - ;"P m
Acrom'daMoo. I p.m I Aecom'datton
BT.l., l.U 48. K. R.
tSiprcM lP:8ftp.m tKxpreai. :'' t
WABASH. 8T. LOUIS FACinC R'Tf ' CO
Vtail k. .... : vm I 'Mall 4 Ex.... 'M m
fromdallon 4:01 p.m I Aeeom datloo
Fretjbt 7: a m. ( Frlgbt P
UilyaicptBanday. t Datly.
MOBILE A OHIO B. R.
,.-Jk: a. m. I Mall .:W P. .
UiNOlS CENTRAL R. B.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino llunninu;
0 DAILY TRAILS
0 From Cairo,
Making Dibeot Conneotion
Arrlrlne !n 8t. Loula :45 a.m. j Chicago. K.Wp.ro.i
Counwung at Odin and Effingham for Cfuuln
Mt"U)ulalll. IndUnapolia and polnta B.t.
e-in. lxul and Wetorn
Arriving lo 81. LouliTr- nd toonKtlug
fur all point Watt.
3.50 p.m. Ft Kxyven
lor ft Loult and Chicago, arriving at St. Uit
0:V) p.m., and Chicago .:) am
: i :0O p m. Cincinnati Kxproais.
arriving at ClucluBatl 7;d0 a.m. Looitrllle 6:M
a m.i Indlanapoll 4:06 a.m. Paa.ong.r by
thia train roach tha above polnta to 3d
HuUKo in advance of auy other route.
tw Thll:M p. m. eiprete baa PULLMAN
feLKBPlwUCA'R Cairo to Cincinnati, wltho'it
ehanttet.and tUrongh ileepento 8t. Wttlt and
Fast Time East.
rASSenirerS fn point wlthont any delay
n.Kn trafn from Cairo arrive In new Yo'k Monday
m. iKi.iM.. ir hnnpi In advanceof
unrniug ai u. u'i--
Ko7tZougli ticket ind ftiftjiar Inform Mlon,
rnlr at Illlnol Ctntral Uallroad Dopot, Cairo.
arpiT am""", v u J0SgB)TlrMl Agent.
A . H . n AN SON, Gen . Fata, Agent. ChleaiW
Q.E0RGE U. LEACU, M. D.
Phvflioian and Surzeon.
Special attmtlon paid to the nomeopa'hle treat
munt of turglcl dlteate, and dite f woman
nd children. rtM
omce! On 14th iiwot. oppotlw the Pott Offlf,
IV W. C. JOCFLYN,
Orr"lCK -Eighth Street, neai Comn erclal Avanwe
jyi. B. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoa Xo. 1M Oommanlal Awaae, twej
rV eAr ?anj Powdtrt art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
hae been kept unchanged in all Its original
purity and strength. The bett evidence of
itt safety and effactivenese is the fact of
its tinting received the hi(;htt tettimonU
ale from the mott eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, fret
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test-the TST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and Bt. Louia, Mo..
lunlMUrm f l.aplla Tmm Ami, Dr. PtIm'. wUj
riawl.f Ukuu, w Dr. frlM'i ?! Tfttm.
JEW FHH AND OYHTER DEPOT.
Having now perfe-tai my arrangvment (o
tapply tb tride llh
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now OiT.t as Follows: Oytter
Taken From tlie Sholl Hem Frosh
as From the Gulf.
M per W
. .i.wm 1 V
" H Inei
Orttere In b ilk ,
Oytttr. t'aodud In cant
.10c. per lb
u to lea - "
8beep Head, Ac . " ''
Shrlm". Lobt' Ct andTurtlet a'l lp aeaaon
LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO TUB TKADK.
XEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AN1 RETAIL.
The Largest Variety
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK &- CO..
3 or. Nineteenth etreot 1 ( fllPli 111
V ommerriei Avenne i
PROrRIETOK OF BrKOAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE PY THE CAR LOAD OR TOU.WELt
?':KE1) FOR SHUTINQ
Oar lyoadfl a Speoialtv,
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN A8 KOI.LOWH.
ostaMDarria xoKoaT, ooroBta 81,
Kinrtu and Mall leavut Cairn. verv day except
Hunday, at8:t3 a. m. Arrlv.i at Ent St. Loult it
J:90p. m ArrlveatCalroat4::p. m.
Accommoiiatiou arrivua at a. in. aai o
part at 1:"0 p. ra.
JAMES KELCIU CO.
N E W L A
AND GAS FITTERS,
rDTru ivvi r o imdcw i irn
LIFT PUMPS FURNlSHKD AND PUT
UP IN A WOKKMANLIKK
MANNRR, (US FIX
TURES Of all klndifBrnlahel to order, olA flztnret re
bronted; Joining promptly attendtd to. Order
reoolved at uanioi uartman't or at tha hop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINETQ AND TBNTU 8TBSITS
CAIRO .... tTTM.
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
COItnECTED DAILY BY CHA8. CUNNINO-
'' HAM, BROKER.
1:30 A. M. Jannary 19, lb3.
January. February. March. ay.
Pork.... 17 15 I fl7 to JTtT '
Wheat... I 1 "IV 1 1 (Vi
Coru.... 65 1 MX 67i
Oaf.... I 87 tj 87 89
Wilt 1'. M !
Jannary. February. March. May.
Pork... 17 20 $17" V-Z il
Whrai.. 101 1 MX H
Ouro 65 H I M V,
Out 87 X 37ft 37 89 S
Jan 'trr, K.hruarv. March May.
Pork.... f 17 03 llTl $'TV' , !
Wheat.. l 01 v I nSf 1 tfi
Corn.... 81 !M N 57!4
Oaia.... 3: ;n W 88H
Chicago, Jan.a'y 19, 1893.
Wboa' r.Qtl m
Corn. ltrj. HH
Oat bt.33i 36,888
W. f :,ambdi.", rlv-r fdltorof as BfLLUK
ami itciAboat pa9n .'or a :ni. Ordart for all
klndtof tteamboat Job urmtinz tollclted. Oflre
m Bnwor' Eoropean U.)tl. No, 7i Ohio lov.
HTAOK3 0F TUB BIVKR.
The river mirked by thu gauge last
evening Rt tins port, lo teet ana
4 inches aud rising.
Ciucinnati, Jan. 19 6 p. m. Rivr 15
feet lOmcbee and risiog.
Pittaburgh, Jan. 196 p.m River 6 feet
9 iocbes and falling.
Louisville, Jan. 190 p. m. River 8
feet 8 inches and rising.
Nashville, Jan. 19 6 p.m. River 18 feet
S inches and falling.
8t. Louis, Jan. 19-6 p.m. Rivor 5 fett
10 inches and rising.
Business on the wharf only moderate
The Teoneaaee an1 Cumberland Rivers
are both rising fast.
The Ohio ia reported gorged 15 miles
The Annie P. Silver leaves here thia
erening for New Orlejns.
The Vint Shiukle will arrive here ery
early this morning. She hails from Mom-
phis and is bound for Cincinnati.
The Golden Crown from Cincinnati will
report here to-morrow morning for New
Orleans if tb ice don't check her.
The Henry Lonrey left Memphis Thurs
day evening with 3,089 bales of cotton
which will be transferred here via nil,
Cipt. Din M, wre, recently Purser of the
Cuas Morgan, bus purcb ised the Wyoming
with the view of putting her in the Cin
cinnati and Now Orleans trade.
The pilots of the City of Greenville and
Laura Lee have been before the Inspectors
at New Orleans for examination in regard
to the sinking of the Greenville.
The mother of Captain Bob Wise, alao
Capt. Jas Wise, 9upt. of the Memphis and
Ohio River Packet Co., is reports i dying
at her home, Wostwood, Ohio.
The City of New Orleans arrived here
a few minutes after five o'clock last even
ing. She bad a big trip and will diachsrge
That cold wave which was expected
gave us a gentle reminder last evening
that we are now in the midst of uncertain
ties. How long it will continue the de
ment is not proposed to say.
The Gus Fowler is sure to reoort here
this evening in time to connect with trains
going to til points of the compass, and
leaves bere at 4:80 p.m., for Paducah. Ice
or no ice, passengers can rely on the ecbed-.
ule packet Gus Fowler.
We received a notice last evening from
Capt. Jas Nichols of the Hue steamer
Thos Sherlock, stating that the Sherlock
would luave Ciucinnati next Wednesday,
the 24th inst., for the "Grand Mardi Gras
Exhibition," which comes off at New Or
leans, Feb'y 4th. The faro for the round
trip including meals and rooms while in
port will be $40.00- The Sherlock will
srrlvo st New Orleans Feb'y 4th, on Sun
day morning and leavo Wednesday, the
7th st 5 p.m., making four days stay at
tbe great Southern Metropolis. See W. F.
Lambdin, Passenger Ag't, and secure
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The well-known journalist, Ciptain,
Henry Baker, cor. Chestnut St. and Poters
ave., New Orleans, tried St. Jacobs Oil
an l was cured of
trouble"rao caw of
Spain is again skaken by earthquakes
Baltimore baa 473 sinaM-pnx patients
Several more bodies hive b)6u taken
from the Newhall House ruins.
The Russian Government Ins consented
to tbe removal of DeLing's remains via
Carrington & Backerville, a heavy to
bacco firm of R chruond, Vs., have failed
An engineer corps has arrived at Little
Rck to begin the server of a brtnch of
the Iron Mountain road to II t S;riog!.
I ETTER LIST.
LIST Or LETTKK8 KEMAIMXO UJsCAul.KD
FOB IN TUB P08TOFKICE AT CAIHO, ILL.,
IATCKDAY, JASCAHT 20, lSSU.
Alexander, Caroline Bany, Alexandria
Peteson, M J
Rud ledge, Minnie
Holey, B T
Jdbns in, Mildred
M mring, Ellie
Willson, Allie L
Bugg, H C
Briiten, M E
Buttlor, C A
Beker, John V
Bradh y, Prince
Brown, S A
Chipraan, Carter '
Daily, T P
Douglas, G T
McNulta. J B
Nappier, II C
Owen, Jtmen, col
Post, G A
Sultnn, J. II.
Wood, John T
Douglas, J rues
Faltrick, II A F
Grayland, Cfias D
Lawton, K S
M'truan, J D
Mitchell, Dr Cyrus
Oadum, A J
Purccll, W II
Sanders, W R U
Sherman House, 8
Wriffht, Perry C
Wright, J W
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKkaio. Postmaster.
The only plain we can safely make light
of, is the window-pane, but the pain tbat
racks our frame and tears our lanes is a
matter ot serious consequence. To allevlare
the latter and effect permanent cure, Dr.
Ball's Coueh Byrup Is relied oa by all sen
A family of immigrants reanbed New
York .a few liiyn mncp. on thoir way to
vi-it tiio ri'cil''nco of a nisler, who had
written to them that slit; was now rich
nnd living in luxury, and who begged
tluun t i.-iui! to Atucrk'ii. When the
on'( r roup rciu-lie-l the town to which
tht) wore ilirei-tt-d it was found that the
sister was a patient in tho asylum, and
ilein led wiih the- wl-::i that sho was
wealthy boyond e-rthiinie.
One of tho cliit-f articles of interest at
a recent rounty exhibition in (Ircat
lii-itain an iron watch manufac
tured by n Kiddi-rniinntcr tiro: to show
tho extraordinary tualluiibilitt of their
REPORT OF TUB CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, In the Htate ol Illluols, at tbe cloxu of
December 30th, 18112.
Loaut and dltconnt M?,7'4 54
UVBrdrRfti i,.tn 09
t". 8. bond to eecure clrcnlo-
tlon 50.000 OJ
V.H hnnd.on hand SV) 00
Otberttockt, bonds and tnort-
gaKi't 79.M0 0
Due from approved reten-e
tgente S l-rf M
Due from other National banks 1S,(0
Due from Stale baukt eud
bauliora W,ri 76-!!8,Si0
Heal eaiste, furnlmre and Ax-
turut -.. 1J,4'lfl r
PreiDllimi' paid 4d W
Checks and otbercatlt ttm..$ t.to si
Bills of othsr Bankt 1V1 '1
Fractional paper carroncy,
nlrkeltand poimln. W) i
Gold. i0.77 00
SUv, r 8,54 60-Drl.im M
l.oiml Tender notes '.Hi,no 71.42S SI
K-Jdemptlon nd with U. 8.
Tres.urcr, (5 percent, of clr-
Dae ir. m U. 8. Treepar r,
other tbau 5 per cent, re
demption fund 8.SO0 00
T"tai . :sn,8js n
Capital stock paid tn liO.noo on
Burulut rund - lsn,wo iX'-jl",or no
Undivided Proflls 4,479 it
National bank notes outttand-
lug , tvrwnio
DlvUlndi nopald .VmO'iO
Individual deposits subject to
check HOfl.StU OT
Deuinudcortlflcteiofdpolt, lN.ain K
Duetoother National banks, 5, Ho
Due to State hanks and
banker., St.TW !-7,SM 13
Notes aud bill re dlsct.antsl 30,0 0 )
Total f 760.3M 76
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, as.
I. Thos. A', llallldav, Ca.hlor of the alova nsniiw
bank, do solbninly awoar that the above statement
Is true to the best of my know-lodge end belief.
Thos. W. IUixirur, Catbier.
8nhtcrlhed and sworn to before me thia 9ih dty
of Jau , 13. M.J. UowttT. Notary pnblle.
K. K. CctmiKaRiM, )
O. D. Wuxumsob, vWreitor.,
H. H. Canoes.
Notice Is be-eby elven to a'l persons Interested.
I tbi! tbe City Ccnncll of the City or Cslro. II I nolo,
7'hTl ir rdrd a. set fonb In urdlnance So. S-J.
section 1. Tbat tbo lullowmg ldewaks he eon
strucicd of wood, vix ' n tbe .ooth side of
KlKhtb Street, between FkItobO btre t aud Oblo
l.even, -i-lrg one hundred and forty-0e feet In
length; have applltd to ibo CountyCuur of A'eun
dor i uuuty for an HSetsmeut of the costs of said
miprovcmuiii-tccordluii to bo eflts.andan assur
ment tin-rcof hiving been made aud returned to
said C urt tbe Ouai ee rlDsr thoreon will be bad at
no Varcb IV-r-n of Slid Court, commencing on t a
Mo .day n' J S--8 .
AH p rsous dedrlug oiay then and than appear
aud make drfente.
Notice to Tax-payers.
Iwlllbeatthef.il owing nam p'a esfortherntr
pote tf c.'llefrttng tbe revenu tol Aletann i Conn
ty.au i HUte of lU nolt for the year A.D. les.', whi-o
I bopu to mu.t a.l tax-payers, iedyo pay the r
tixe., aud all thoao no able to t-y all IhulrUxe
wilib. ar in m ndtnat I waut la per-oiul tait
paid at one and real entnte alo irpos-lble:
At ttie nor.- boure of B. K. Cur-l In He cb Ridge
Frecluct, on .Monday, January 29th, A D. 1S.-3.
At the (tore home ol J, M Bowie In the
town of nodes' Park, la t'ultv i'rccluct, on Tn
day, Joiuary tb,A. I). I'SI
At the store h u.e of Henrr Hncta-tr In tb
town oi 8 n.duskv, t .bauduskv Priduct, on Wed
rje'diy JaLnary list, A. I). Ml
At tbe (tors bouse or Marsnxlt Angustern In th
town of Elco. In Kko Precinct, oa lbursdty,
February Int. A. D. lst-3.
Atther:sideuceot .n. Hnntaker, In Lake Milll
gan Product, on Mondiy, Fsbtunr) Mb, A.D 18 S.
st the stare bonse ol F. D. Atuertoo, In Go.'te
IsUun P ec net, n Tne.dsv, Feb Sth, A, D, IMS.
At tho -tare bonne nf A 11 . t-elsnd 1n town of
Pants Kee, In Santa Fa- Precinct, on Wednesday,
February 7ib, A. D 1M3.
At the ore bouse nf (Jihhi A Darkhouter ID ths
town nf Thenes.ln Triabe Precinct) on Thursday,
February l b. A D IStiS.
At tha st re bouse of Js.ner Cu'ley A Co,, In
C1er Crick Prsclnct, on Trlday, Februtry tb,
A. D. !$!.
Atthettnre home of Jamrts Xobl. t, In Katt.
Cspe Olrard-au Precinct, ou Batnrday, rbruar
loth, A. D. 1891.
A- tbe st-ire house -f Peter Satu, la First Cairo
Pre. tn t. nn Mondav, February llh, A. D HM.
Atthe otUce of M. J. Kuwlev, In Second t'alro
Prorino', n Tuetday, Febrn tryistb, A D. 18li.
At the fore hnute of 1 atrlck Fttsgersld, InThlrd
C Iro I'reclLC, no Wednesday, February 141b, A. 0.
At the sture hon.a of O. F. Ort, la F'fih Cairo
Proelnct. on Tt urdy. Fnriroary Utn, A. D; 18 t.
At Hbor IT'S oB'-. la O -urt-bonse, Is Fonrtb
Calr-P eci'ict. nn Friday, Febrnary 1t h, and 4ur
Ing the n-mnlndi-r of the month uf February, D.
ifi I, where I hope to meet a'l peranot, owing
tao, re d 'o ..'tle and v pen.,
Yonr trulv, JOHN lot)OR5,
Sheriff and et OfllcIo Coll tc: or of Alexandor Co '
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVKK.
A General fluuklng IoinIiiphs
TIt08. W. HALLU1AV,
JHTRRPBISE 8AV1SO BANK.
Of Cairo. ,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
TIIOH. AV. JIAL.LID A.Y,"
The blood is the foundation ot
life, it circulates through every part
of the body, and unless it is pure
and rich, good health is impossible.
If disease has entered the system
the on!y 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 agree that nothing but
iron will restore the blood to its
natural condition j and also that '
all the. iron preparations hitherto
made blacken the teeth, cuuse head
ache, and are otherwise injurious.
Brown'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
not blacken the teeth, cause head
ache or constipation, and is posi
tively ntpr injurious.
Saved hit Child. '
i; N. Eutaw St., Baltimore, Md,
Fsb. u, iSSo.
Gent: Upon the recommend,
tion of a friend I tried Brown'
Ikon Fittsks at a tonic and re
storative for my daughter, whom
I waa thoroughly convinced i
waMing away with Consumption.
Having lit three daughter, by the
Cerrlhle disease, under the care of
eminent nhysicinrt, I was loth to
heiieva that anything could arrest
the progress ol the disease, but, tc
my great surprise, before mv daugh
ter had taken one bottle e( Bsown's
Ison Btrrast, the began to mend
snd now is quite restored to former
health. A fifth daughter began to
how signs of Consumption, and
when the physician wa "Consulted
he quickly said -"Tonics were re.
Quired ;" and when Informed that
the elder sister was talcing Bxowm's
Iron Bittrrs, responded "that la
a good tonX, taVe lb"
.t Adosam Pmkiw.
Brown's Iron Bitters effectual
ly 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.
X-T. K. INCE,
- Mnnf-tiirir snd Pa1er In
Dili S'ri-ev, bslwen Com'l Ave.' aud Levee.
U A.1KO, ILLINOIS
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF AMC.VITION.
Safes Heialiwd All Kind-ol Hers Mado.
V A V W am. w SK m
A. JV A
SVV . .w." JV
s sr a V
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