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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MOBNING, FEBRUARY C, 1883.
l'r'jiinuiur T J. K',r,l
Clrra O.nnla. J. Kuley.
tUralial-L- H. Mm.
iiiurnu Wtlltim Hendricks.
(PAKU or 4LIKHHKN
rtmt Ward-Win. McHale. T. M . Kltahromch.
Hiond vyatd-Jere llinkl,t). Tj. Uuhe.
Ti.i.rf l'rit 11. F. Make, .lotiu Wood.
ourVvf .rd-cLl" . 0.' Patter. Ado.pb Swc-
' KtPh W.rd -T. W. Hallldav. Unreal . Pettlt.
LMrCtltt .Jlrtrf l)..l.lkrf.
Circuit Clerk-A. U Irv'n
Couiity J nl U. H Vocti.e.
Couuly Utoroey-J- """"';,.,
Co'tutr lr.e,.rer-Mll W. lttki
rtliutliT lotau HodKc.
tor.iu.r-R. KIUjCrl m .,,. j.
Ulhbf ud Fowr fup.
iAiuu BPri-r.-Oofar r.ub 4ud Foplar
C . ceu; preicblog Wiri talrt
mi'ItCH OF TUB KKOBSMtR-lBHiieoi.',
C rV,l"u0 street; Hand.y 7 :) m., liol,
Kurhrit- -W a.m., nndiiy -bol ; '1 0 .m..
" . " '. j T l Ki-rli.l.
I'rfWolnit M WW s P- n,l-' 't j Show
I t "lUKKAJi-TulrMentb trwt; '
M gTHuylKT-Cnr. Bittt.tr- nd Walnut atreeU,
M Caching abbth lU.4- m.
isti.'.y rtroo.il t p. m. lUv J.
TikFSHYTKRIAN-Klghtb street; prolog on
uei-iiiu rVedneerUyet 7:ip m.; Holiday School
i 3o ra. Kev B. T. Owr.ce. pastor.
0 ud Walnnt ret; e.rvlce Sabbath I";1
lire .Tor, day el 8 4. m. H1'. O'U.rt. Meet.
b ..reel and VTa.hington W00V rIC!ch5
oath b .nd JO 4. m.; V.aper. 3p. -'Ba" mLiS
1 p. in. aervlee every dy 4t b 4 ra. Be. M4Ul J
R. K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CKNTKaL K. R.
Mill 4:i 4.m
eture 11:104. i
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WAOAU. 8T LOUIS A PAl IPIC H'YCO.
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yrtn!U T:n 4 m. Fr'licUt iS P .
K.iy cpi tfundy. ti4iiT.
MOBILE A OIIIO B. R'.
5:55 4, m. I Mail :lOp m.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
1 III IE
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Oalv Ltirae liunnine;
0 DAILY TRAITS
0 IProm Cairo,
Makivo Dikeot Connkotion
ArrMiiBln . Louis 9:45 4 in : ChlC4(ro.b:S0 p.m.;
Counoci t at Odin 4nd bmrntnam lor i,incin
n.tl. L nvlllo, Indlnpolii 4ud poliiU Et.
1 1 : 1 a.m. Ht. IiOil and Wewturn
Arrivlnin8i. Loul7:05p. m., nd eonuctln
3 BO t.m. FaMt Kxprea.
rnrBt. LouU ni Chlc4(;o. arriving at Bt. Lonli
0M p.m., 4nu liuc4ko . ;i "i
4 im r. m. ninoinnHti Kxprs.
ipwit t ClncLiiatt 7:00 4.m.; Loumrllle 6:M
4 m.i lndl4napolU 4:06 u.m. PuMcnucrt bv
hi. ir.ln rnch th 4bov polott 1U to JO
UoL'KS Id 4dv4nce of 4uy oibur rout.
. - K.a PfTI.I.WAN
ch4tii(e, 4iid through lopn to 8t. lonli 4od
Past Time Kast.
rliSSeil2;ClS efn polmi without my dHlny
i w.. a,A.m invantnir -I'hii H.turdAV after
ooon tr4ln from C4lro 4rrlve In new Yo'k Moudny
nnrnlug at 10:43. Thlrtjr-itx hour In advance of
Bt other routo. . , ,
IPor thronah tlckotn and further lnform4t.on,
auDirat IUluol t;aniri iwni ufpm,iuu.
V .1. a. JOSBS.Tlr.kot Auont.
A, H. II ANSON, Oen. Pa. AKHDt. Ohlcaio
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO It. II
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS,
OS ARB APT8II MO DAT, OOroaiH l.
txpren and Mall leaves Cairo. rver day except
flund4y, t8:l5 a.m. Arrlv.a t Emt Ht. Louie at
8:20 p.m Arrlvuaat Catroat 4:;JSp. in.
Accommodation arrlvu et U:4 a. m. and do
parti al 1:00 p. to.
NEW YORK STORE,
WUOLT58ALR AND UKTAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EH & CO..
Oor. Nineteenth etrtetl Pjlirn 111
OmumareUlAveaMf MIH) III
While other Baking Powder art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fad of
it: 'u ring received the hiqht festimonU
als from the mat 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 TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKiNS POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago. 111., and St. Louie, Mo.,
KaMfwt.rff l .p.ll. Trut On., Dr. frit.'. BpMUl
f tiforl.i UAfa.'it, ul Dr. Frit. . 1'il.a. P.rfUBM.
,'KW FHU AND OYsTBR DEPOT
narlngnow perfenel my 4rran?cmenta to
eupply the trode with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now O.T-.r as Follow: Oyaters
Tttkca From tlie Siioil Hre Fresh
as Ftorn ttie Gulf.
Be-on Cooka .
...SI 50 per IV
.. 75 "
.. rt "
.. 80 "
' Biln .m .........
Oy.tca in b ilk -
Oyateri awndaida in can.
.10e. per ft
i roKle. ...
bheep Head, Jtc . " '
bhrlm', Loh-t-j r -an and Tu't'ei a'l Ip eaion
LIBERAL DrCOt'Nr TO TUB TKAUK.
PROPRIBTOtt OF flPROAT'SPATENT
Rt'F RIG ERATO R .OAKS,
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
CF. PYTUK CAH LOAD OR TON.WELl
?':KED FOK bHIPPIKU
Our Ivoada a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street aud Leyee,
N E W L A N D.
AND GAS FITTERS,
DR.IVK WkLIj. FORCR AND
LIFT PUMPS FntMSIlKD AND PCT
t, . IIMllt.'UtVt IL'lf
Ur JU' ' "it jirijJAxar.
MANNER, GAS FIX
Of all klnd furt,the.Uo order, o'd Axinraa re
hronsecl; o iHIiw pr rnpilv atlondad to. Order
received at Daulol tla tmaa's or at the ihop,
COMMERCIAL AVKNUS BETWEEN
NISEril AND TENTH STREETS,
QEOUOE II. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
8peoi4l attention imld to the nomeopa'hie troat
m nt or auriilcal dlaoaiius, aud dire sos of womoo
Ofllce: On 14th atrent, opposite the Poet OIBce,
R. J. E. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOU, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A lady In atteniiatico,
R. TV. C. JOCELYN,
JfCICB Elirhtk Street, neer flomo erelal Averts
ryx. e. w. whitlock,
I Omoa No. 1S( Commercial Avenue, fcetweea
CII1CA(J0 MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY UY CITAS. CCNKINO
t:0 A. M. Pubruary lHi-S.
February . March. ; Aurll. May.
Pork.-..." rijl8 HO l" HUH
Wheal... 1 06 1 T'i 1 . II 1 W
Curu.... t, H MJ I fli
uti .. . a;;. I va 88 I wh
U& lJ. M
KcbiuB'y j Jluich. yurn; Way.
Pork ... t
Wh Hi.. 1 ffl t TH 1
C.ru 5Vt !tt 8'iH :8!i
Otii 7H 38 3d 4 H
i 3) P. M.
rbiuur'. i Mun Ap il. Jl4y.
Pork..,, t 8 nvti i I . R 1 "
Wbcat,. l n6'4 1 i oi 1 0;tf 1 UH
Cru ... 5,1 6 Ml f'Si
oat..... ar 1 hk I mj I
Chirait", FebrU4ry 3. Wi
Wh !, 40 4,47
Corn '.5 115 4, IB
W, F r.AKnnt. r'f editor of !nt Bnu-aTt"
4'id re'xntioi' iaei a:int. Ordr for all
kind. of .tt-a-nhnat Ion onntlnir .niirlted. Office
n Uowe.'a European Hotel. So. 72 Ohio levee.
STAGES OP THE KIVKR.
Tho river marked by the gauge last
evening ' at this port, 2 teet and 7
inches aud falling.
Cincinnati, Feb. 50 p. m. River 81
feet 1 inch and fallinar.
Pittsburgh, Feb. 50 p.m River 24 feet
9 inches and rising.
Louisville. Feb. 50 p. m. River 13
feet 6 inches and rising.
Nashville, Feb. 5-0 p.m. Rivpr 16 feet
7 inches and rising.
St. Louis. Feb. 5-0 p. m. River 7 feet
tl inches and rising.
The Will 8. Hays arrived here yester
day morning at 2 o'clock and remaind here
all day and left last night for New Or
leans with all the freight ehe wanted as
she has ensjageraen'.s below sufficient to fill
her out. Her ptfsentrer trip is large and
Capt. W. C. Ticheoor, her popular master,
seems as proud of his new steamer as
a newly married man would be of his
The reports from Cleveland, Pittsburg,
Indianapolis and other prominent places
give alarming accounts of the recent flod
of water which amounts to a deluge. With
the present ftsgo of the river the effect ot
this sudden flood of waier may result
seriously cn the 0 do and Mississippi, but
if the weather continues cold for a few
days we apprehend no fear'.
To day will be highly celebrated in the
great southern metropolis, the beantiful
"Crescent City." Visitors from all parts
of the United Stutes will 1 e (hero to wit
neis the Mtrdi Gns clebration w ich is
always regarded as the grandest of all
other cltsas of celelra'ions in that city.
Acentleman from K-n'ucky in attempt
ing t'Wget on the ferry last evening with ihe
view of going homo from the effect of an
overdose of John Birley-corn, miscalculat
ed his step an i fell in tho river. He ws
certinly the coolest looking individual we
have seen for msny winters.
The U. P. Schenck arrived here at noon
yesterday wirh a big trip, refusing bus
iness. She landed at tho I. C. wharf and
only stopped a few nvnutes, when she
pulled out for tho lower Mississippi.
The Gus Fowler from Paducah will re
port hereon time this afternoon, connecting
with trains going north, south, east and
west. Laaving here on her return trip at
The Cons Millar from Memphis is duo
here early this morning for Cincinnati.
See W. F. Lambdin, piBsecger agent and
get your ticket.
The B. S R'na from Nashville failed to
report here yesterdny which is her regular
day. However, sho may corae to timo this
The well-known Paducah Ca'ro and St.
Louis packet Hudson will leave St. Louis
next week. She has had a long resting
The tug Ida ot Paducah, Capt Randall
Ballou in command, arrived here last even
ing with 750,000 feet ot lumber for Chi
The Golden Rule from New Orleans Is
due here for Cincinnati. She is a first-class
The Chaa Morcan follows tho Golden
Rule for Cincinnati and will report here
The James W. Gafl eft Cincinnati for
Memphis Saturday and is due bore Wed
nesday. The Montana and Bright L'ght will
commonco receiving freight at St. Louis
tor the Ohio rivet this week.
The Will Kyle from Cincinnati is due
to-morrow evooiug for New Orleans,
The railroads are having trouble in
making time since the cold snap.
The weather for the past 48 or 60 hours
has been severely cold.
Business dull yesterday.
A BATHER cynical lady, somewhat oft
flirt, say most men, like colds, are very
easily camjht but difficult to tint rid of.
Her mist iku Is apparent. Dr. Dull'j Cough
Byrup will cure any cold however stubborn
It may be. Price 23 cents.
CAPT. IIAMBLETON'S St. LOUIS
St, I oul Kepuhllcen,
Apiopos to the death of Wra. L. Humble
ton, tho Urgent stenniboit builder on the
Ohio river, who diud at Mound Cny, Pu
laski county, III., six miles up from Cairo, a
number ot gentlemen members cf tho
"Glenn Vulley Church," a local 8r. L m'i
orjjanizatinn, met Siturday at their "re-
tient" in St. L iuis and passed nulogU ic
reaolu ions to the memory of their latu
lament d, ' Undo Ways." Many touching
remaiks were madt, and heartfelt regies
expressed, and tho condolence of tl e
"Glenn" extended to the tamily und frien
of the decmsod fur their irreparable I-.
Capt, li.ll Ilamblctcn was ouo id' the be-l
men ihut ever th brea'h of life whs breath
, C ipt. UirnbletoQ left insurance on Ins
life to tho amount ot over ten thousand
dollars, fur tne benefit of his wife.
COMMERCIAL JoB PRINTING.
Just received Ouo Huudred Thousand
Letter Heads, ) Irish Linen and flnt
Note Heads, ) papers.
Envelopes of all kinds,
Dray Tickets, 1
Receipt Books, V
perforated with round
machine. Order Books,
Full Sheet Posters,
Small Bills and Dlgers,
All of which will be found at The
Bulletin Job Offick, No. 78 Ohio Levee.
A block of buildings burned at Nashville,
1'enn. Loss $;'00,OUO.
A turbulent meeting of Socialists was
held at Marseilles.
At Bradford, Pi., 500 dwellings were
flooded by a rise in river.
Bloomiagton experienced a shock ol
earthquake yesterday morning.
At Meadvillo, Pa., 800 families were res
cued from the overflow in boats.
A tug was suok at Cleveland and 23,-
000,000 feet of lumber washed away by the
Bridges are reported washed out and
trains abandoned on many railroads in Ohio
Over one hundred porsons suspected ot
connections with secret organisations have
fled for Dublin.
Judge Blv:k holds that there is no power
in congress to pass the EJmunds aati-Mor
The ice gorge in the Alleghany river, at
Pittsburg, broke uider under the weight
of the flood. Coal barges were swept away
and great dun.age to property resulted.
An oil tank exploded at Cltvelnn l Satur
day and the blitzing oil running on tho sur
face of the creek called Kjngsbury ruu set
the Standard Oil Co.'s works on ore. Sev.
eral other tanks burned and the city was
threatened with a greatcontlagration. Tho
damage is heavy. Over 50,000 barrels of
oil wero destroyed. At 3 o'clock Sunday
morning the firemen, who were nearly ex
hausted with their efforts to stay the con
Aeration at tho oilworks, were fairly ap
palled by the explosion of another 12,000
barrel tank. A timely change of wind
turned the flime from the naptha works,
but carried them among other petroleum
st ilia, which were consumnd. The total
loss will probably reich $:l")0,000;
Washington Peksonal. Prnf. Goo.
M. Aith, 918 E gluh street, 8. E., Wash
ington, D. C, was attacked with so si vero
a pain in the foot that he could scarcely
walk. St. .Isrobs Oil, liberally used, en
tirely cured him.
RIVERS AND HARBORS.
MONEY FOR TOE MISSISSIPPI.
Washinotos, Feb. 4. It Is the prcent
intention of the house commerce committee
to include in the river and harbor bill an
appropriation of $800,000 for continuing
the improvement of tho Mississippi river
between St. Louis and Cairo, The commit
tee has also iuforraally agreed to appropri
ate $2,000,000 tor tho work of the river
commission below Cairo, The river and
h'trbor bill will bo considered in tho bouse
some time during the last ten days of
the session. It is regarded as woll nigh
impossible for the senate to consider a
Mexican commercial treaty this session.
The time of that body will be absorbed by
tho tariff, the regular appropriation bills,
the shipping bill, pension bills and the
necessary routine business. Tho attention
of senators will thus be so much t ikcn up
they will so ircolybe able to ant upon the
proposed treaty." For this reason there Is ft
(rowing impression that an extra resslon of
tbe senate will be called to consider execu
IF YOU DO,
If you want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your businen,
If you WHiit to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a houe to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in Tub Catuo Ucli.ktin.
PAE.vr ROAD t A i i T i pVltVi? s i
:VWe havn an order on the Mannt "etuwrs
fo0 'of the biv "HmJ Cart ;" will now
i fler the aan e at a llgure to anv unn dvilrou.
of i urctiaHtJii. t'bl' or jcjdrus-i thUofflcs.
8 bop on HalliUy Avenn". beiween rnrth and
Bum ein'eie, uairo, titiaoi
rWAli ktndt ri 1 oht and beaw blaek-mlihlnr.
waxiin aud rat r age w.irk dune in the mo-twoik-nmulWe
'i 4uner. H irae-nboelug a specialty and
anaction g'larai. toed. .
at and below COST
CLOSING OUT SALE!
A partial Hat of articJee and price,
Small Safes, S3 50 to $3 75
Cupboard, 5 00 to 5 60
Cane Chairs, 5 00 a set.
Broakrist Tables, 1 25 to 2 50
Sofas, 6 00 to 6 50
Bed lounjes, 11 00
Carpets, 19c to 45c per yd.
Wardrobes, 7 00 to 12 00 eadi
A Cane Rocker for 75c, Urge fize.
And a'l other Ilon-ehold ant Kitchen Fnrnl
tare nt am h propo t on. We have an Immense
siock of ail klnde aud mot mil.
It. J. 1IINSON,
Cor. 10th St. Ac WaahinKton Are.
Manafactnrer and Dealer Id
6th Stxeev, between Com'l Av. and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL K.ISU9 OP AMfJ.NlTION,
gafos Roialred. All Kind-ol Kov Made.
fJlHECITY .NATIONAL HANK.
71 OHIO LRVKK.
CAPITAL, Ur? 100.000
A Gcnoral Bnukiug bultit'ss
II AULID AY.
.iNTKKPIttSK BAVI.SU UANh.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS RANK.
FLOCK- GRAIN AND BAY
Egyptian Flonring Mills
Highest Ch Price Paid fr Wheat.
CL7 """'"" -"imp-
health and avoid sickness.
' Instead of feeling tired and
worn out, instead of aches
and pains, wouldn't you
rather feel fresh and strong?
You can continue feeling
miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
self can find fault, but if you
are tired of that kind of life,
you can change it if you
How? By getting one
bottle of Brown' Iron Bit
ters, and taking it regularly
according to directions.
Manifleld, Ohio, Nov. 16, iS3i.
Gentlemen : I have JiiflTen-d with
pain in my aide and back, and great
aoreneia on my breast, with ihoot
ing pain all through my body, at
tended withrcatweaknes., depres
sion of spirit., and loss of appe
tite. I have taken several different
medicines, and was treated by prom
inent physician for my liver, kid
neys, ana spieen, but 1 sot no relief,
I thought I would try Brown' Iron
Iiioers ; I have now taken one bot tle
and a half and nm about well pain
in side and back, all gone soreness
all out of my breast, and 1 have 4
good appetite, and am gaining la
strength and flesh. It can justly be
Called tbe Miitf qf uudiiitus,
John K. Allindsx.
Brown's Iron Bitters is
cornposed of Iron in soluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alccholic
tonic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases.
Read and -Circulate.
The Illinois Central R. R. Co.
Will toll any of It remaining lanrla t one dol
lar peracre 'C"a than tbe prewnnt pr.c a. from this
time until tbo flr-t dav of O toiler. 1 Alter
Ihut dat thu prcm-rU prf o will h rcMorrd. Ail
who dcalrn t- purchu-e thould 4va0 llit-.m-l es of
tbl liberal offr i oiko. P. I'AUUY,
F01 particular lnqnlrn of
M. MSTEROW A C ,
Apt, fori R. K. Land,
Noticw To 1. 'ontractors.
ClTT CLitltK'a Ori ik, I
Caiiio, if.. J 11 'y iii', I8l. I
Seal' d prorto.al wilt be rcelv.d at tbt-.Ulce,
dirncted t-i thtf City Con ll of the t lly cf t Miro
until meetltinof the City Council, 'l nrtday t vcnlng,
Keiiruar.i 61I1, Itf81 f, r 1 trn fhlngtlie materl-il aud
dot g ttie w rk, or d'.ltirf th , work nuus-nry for
tne cnnitriicti.nl of th filluw ns el lewiilk, to he
cont noted ot wonrl vts: 'n tht aotitherly -lile
1 f Eighth tre t, be'we.-n llnllroad 8tf et and Ohio
Levee, helntr 14 1 'eel In length, a 1 rovd.-d by
OrdiU4tice No HI. 4uprnvn,l A'lu'itMt lib, A. '.
US1, which I on tl e lu this olllco end subject to
exntninatiuti at any tl .
A good end iifUcent bnd for twlc the amount
n nst a company all pnpMlil,in. Titt riUt to
reject any aud all bid icaervi") by tbe city.
1) J. FoLtr, City Clerk.
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