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THE DAILY: CAIRO BULLETIN.
'V "" . !! -" " ' - , .II....IH .,,-
VOLUME XL
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 31, 1380.
DIHKCTORY.
BUSINESS DIHECTORY
of tho eadlog butlui'M home wbnae advertlae
went maj lie found In Jur. Dum.ktin .
DRY GOODS.
l.D, 1'atier i Co., Commercial avenue aud Nine
teenth atrcet.
GROCERIES.
(). D. Wllllnmnon 4 Co.
Yocum .t Brodcri.k. SVadi. Ave., cor. Eiehth.
Benul A OLouiblln, Poplar, cur Twentieth.
PHYSICIANS.
Dr.. J. II. Mari an; office, 140 Commercial avenue.
DENTISTS.
Dr. W. ('. Jncelyn, Eighth near Commercial
J)r. E. W. Whi'tlock, 1.M Commercial aveiiu.j.
LIO.IORS.
Itolit. Smyth. No. 00 Ohio levee
INSURANCE.
if. II. Candce. No. TiiOliiii levee hip lair.
KquitMlile Life, of New York, corner Twciiiu and
WaNlitBirtoH avenue.
Widows uul Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Seveutu
ud Commercial avenue.
-BltkOGISTS- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
(.co E. O'Uara, Eighteenth and Commercial.
BANK.
Alexander County llauk. Mil and Cummcreiul
City Na'ioiiril, Ohio levee.
STEAM 110 ATS
Champion. Three State.
ICE
Juliii sprost. corijiT Twelfth and Levee.
BRACKET STORK.
K ('. Ford, Corner Ninth and Commercial.
THE MAII.s.
p ES KRAI. DELIVERY opi-u :& a in.; iloea
Kj a: i"i i m. ; Sunday: to a. m.
Money Order Department opeu at Sa. m.; cloc
"Vroti"h Exprc Ma!'. via Illltinl Central and
Mlilppl Cetlral Railroad loe at la::t p. rn.
Cairo and Pop'ar Bluff Through and Way Mall
c'.oe at VI :M p. in- , ,. , . ...
Wv Mall via lllliioi Central. alro and Interim-'
and Mi.ippl Central Railroad-cloe at
'Ma.', fcr Narrow lau.i Rai'.ro-id clo. at S
"'("iroMid Evauvi!.- River Route close at :VJ
p. iii. m'.y (except Friday).
OFFICIAL MUHTOin.
City Oflicers.
Mavor-N. B Thitlewood.
Trc'wr-ircr -Edward Dezoula
Clark-IK-nni". J. Fob-y.
Connaelor -Win. B. i.ilbert.
Mamtial-J Lallu;-.
Auoruey-WiUUm ilendrkk.
B'lAl.D ur I.KtM
FiratWarJ-M.J.IIowkv.
Second Watd-Davld T. I.iuc'ar. C. K. Wood-
Tbir4 Ward -W. P. Wrk'ht. Eirb.-rt Smith.
Fourth Ward -Cbarle 0. p.ucr. Jme hynaeton
Kind Ward-T. W Hailiday. Krnl U. I cttit.
County Officer.
Circuit .lud.Hf-li-J- Itl.. '.
Circuit Cleik-J. A. R.c
County Jud.-.K. S. Yoeum.
County Ck-rk-S. J llumm.
County Attoriwy-W. Mulkey
County Tjreaur.-r-M:let W . I'aiktT.
Shirlrf -Johu llixk"'- ,
forom-r-K. Kiuc-a.i- i
County Coni!ni-i.ineri.-T. . Ila..l(la). J a.
M. llibliM. Satuuul liriiiy.
ciintniK-s.
M. E.
4 VIMl'W
i W!nut and Cedar Mrwti :
Kourt'-ntS tre.-t. betw"-u
...rviri'H S&lillUtll It
a. in anil 7 :: P ru.; .-iiuuny . i
C CHRISTIAN -Eiiiht.'.'iith dwl; m-t.n' Sab
j bath I0:i p. m.; pr.-athini:oc.'li'Ually.
IiriU'II 'F THE REDEEM E It -(Eplcropal)
Vj r'o irt. -nth i-tn-et: hutiday M..niiu pray, ra
M m a. m ; i-iliiif prayre. p. m ; Sunday
thool vi a in. Kiiday -v.-iiln j.ray.-r . - m-
IIItsT MISSIONARY BAITIST CllfUCll -I
I'r. achlni: at lo::a. m . i ' and V- m.
hnbbita acbool at :: p ui. K'-v. 1. J Slioni.,
piiKtor.
1 rrilEKAN" -Tbirt.-.-nth atn'.-t : -rvia' Sab
balbl::) a in.; Suuday ilinol .'P ni. Ik-v.
Knappe, paator.
MBTHODIST-Cor. Ei.'btb and W.i!nul Mre.K;
Pn-arhlni Sabbatli lif-'f a m. and 7 p.m.;
prav.T tn.-.-liiiL', W.-Un.-riay ' V ' : M'mlay
J-chool. 'J a. m. li'-- Wblttakor. pastor.
TjKESBYTEltlAN- Eiubth tr.-.-t: pra.blne on
J sabbath at ll:i a. m and 7: '' p. rn.; prny. r
m-ftiu W.-di.. fdav at 7 :.i p. m. : Sunday Mliool
I i p. m. K. v. II. Y. (i.-ori;.-. pnjtur.
C ECOND FREE WILL BAl'TIST - HIKei th
O atrui-t. b.'tu.'i -n Walnut and Cedar ftrrta, i-r-vice
Sablmtb al ;l and T: !0 p. m.
OT. JOSEPH'S -(ItniiKiii Catholic) Comor Croio!
k7 and Walnut atr.--t; h.tvici" SH'inain in.. ma.
; Suudav Si Inm! ni p. in. : . pi-r .) p. tu.; n-r-a
ev. ry'day ut i p. in.
ST PATRICK'S -iltotiiHii Cuthiiilrit'ririi.T Mut.t
. atr.-.-t and Wa.'liin.'toii av.n.ic; .-rvina Sab
oat h and b a m. ; V.p.-r- :l p. in. : Snnilav SfhiHil
S p. lu ; a.-rvir.- evi-ry day ul 1 p. in. K'V. r. Aabt'I,
urifi-l.
m.
vu
PATENTS.
pATESTS
Obtaiu.'d for u.-w Invcntlorn'. or for Imjirovi'mi-nti.
i.i . r.ir nii'itli iil or ollii'r rointiiiuudi'. tr:id.'-
n.rk and labi-.a. Cavi-uta. A-fiu'tinirula. IliU-r
NEWE SRIES-NO. 230.
RAILROADS.
fcrvDcca, Appcala. Sulla for Infrinizem.'Uta. and
nil pamia arlHinit unuiT in1
y ntt..nd.;d to.
l',iti.it l.aua. iiromtil-
1 1) vi-nl i.iiift Unit have h.'.-n
. . 1 rii 1 1 v l.v in.' I'ikt.-iit Olllrc innv at I II
JirJ'l lAjI l' 1' In moft ra.-a. be pat.'lik'd by
ua Ilidug nppoait." tlm V. S. I'at.-nl D.-jtartinont.
and i'Di:l!'d In I'ut.-nt bliaincaa i-xrlualvi-ly, wo cull
make cloa.-r H.-archva. mid ai'curc Pulonla tnorv
promptly, and with broadur clnlma. than thoau who
in-r.MiiotH from WHalilntrton.
i V'U Vrrl?C "'"d it h a modi'l or fk.-tch of
1 i V Jill 1 UUo your ilcvi.o: wr mako ex
amination" ami adviei' na to initctitnlilllty. free ol
charjo. All correpondeiicc i-trlc.tly confidential .
Pneei. low. and no rhamo uuleaa I'ulout la lee u red.
Wu refer In Wahlni'ton. to Hon I'oatmaaier
(leuernl D. M. Key, Rev. V. I). Power. The (ieiman
Ainerlenn National Hunk, to oltlrliila in tho I'. S.
I'ateut Olllco, and to Senator and Repreaeutatlvea
In Cnitreaa: and eapecially to our clienia In every
Btatcln the Union and inCaniidu, Addrei
O. A. SNOW it CO.,
Opolls Patunl ntllcu. WaahlUBtoti 1). C
MILL AND COMMISSION.
IALLIDAY BROTHERS,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Commission Merchants,
DSAl Kit IS
FLOUR, GKAIS AXDIIAY-
I'rupnotorn
Egyptian Flouring Mills
llitflcst Cosli Price PaKl for Wlieat.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
M&mmsm
.Shortest anil Quickest Route
T 0
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tito Only Lino Kunninjr Two Daily
TniiiH From Cairo. Makiim: DI
JtECT CONNECTION with
EASTERN LINES.
Tkainb I.eavb Caibo;
::) a in. Mail.
Arrlvlf In St. I.oula 9:4."i a.m.: Cbkaito,8;W p.m. ;
Conneetliiif at Odin and Efflnijham for (Mueiu
nati, Louiaville, Iuillan:ipolui aud poiuia Euc! .
11:1." a.m. Ht. I.ouis and WmUimi
KX))I'1'B8.
Coniic:tlD!C at st . Louiu for all point Wwt.
j.m. l-'ant KxproHH.
For St. Loula and Clilcaci). nrrivinj at St. Loui
10: 15 p . in., and Chieao 7:) a m.
:j:;jo p.m. t 'liicinu.-iti j;xi)ifKM.
ArrlvlL at Cincinnati 7 : ! 1 a.m.; LoiiicvIIIp 7:30
a m.; iidlnnupoll J:ou a.m. paaaenxer by
thia train rear h the above pnlul 1 to IHi
IKil'RS in advance of any other route.
Fa.-t Time Kast.
I'-l iivOHO'J'is; ,,-v ,ul11 Jt"throUL'li to Eaat.
l' '-,' 1 . rn polnta without any d.-lav
rauaed by Sunday Inlerveiiiii'.'. The Saturday after
noon train Irom Cairo urritea in new York Mondav
luorulu' at l::t. Thlrty aix bourn In advaiicuof
any other route.
f"rKor throiiidi tleketa and further information,
apply m lllliioii. Central Railroad Depot. Cairo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO
CxpreK
A. eoiiitnouuilon. . . .
Mail
. : -J;i.i p in.
:'.:.' p m.
):!') a.m.
JAs. .JOHNSON. J. II. JONES.
'u Southern A L'.-nt. Tirkel Atf.-m.
W. p. JO!IN'V;N. (.en. Pufaen. r Acenl.
CAIRO k ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. V. HMI'I'IIKItS. lfcH-i'iver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE I5ETWEEX
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
'l'imf S-1io1u1p:
1 hroni'h Exprea !.'ve Cairo :4"ia m.
ThroUiih Expreaa arrive at E. St Loui,. Ti-.nip.rn.
Tbrouch Expr'.-i" leave E. St Lou .... U:ola.iu.
Tliroujih Expn-f arrive at Cairo .1 : 10 p.m.
M jrphy))oroarcumniodaiionl,-avi Cairo -:vi p.m.
Mu'i.byaboro Arc. arrivea st Murphyboro 7:Mp.m.
Murphyhboru Arc. leave Murpbyboro ... 5:ooa.m.
M jriibvaboro Arc. arrive at Cairu 11 : Oa.m.
TheCalro A St Loul Ri.il Road 1 th only all
Hail Route between Cairo aud St. Loui under one
management, therefore then- ar- no d.-lav at
way tat ion nwaltlai.' connection from other line '
Clo.-and nr.; ronnertion at St Loui with other !
line fur North, hu-t and W el
J A. NAl'ULE. L. M..I()llNS(lN.
Aueut. General Maua.'er.
MEDICAI..
IS YOL'H BLOOD PUUE!
Dlim fl nil whiiliitnmiv lit
feet health, and without
(iOOI) HEALTH
I
ililood the beat uiediclue known I
Scoviirs Blood Purifier.
II la the great Southern time tried and true rem
"dy, aud may be Implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take, it In the Snrlnrr t ltn .,ar...i,iuii. r.. i-
puru aeerelloui of the blaod inridonl to that
eaouof the yuar; anil take It
AT ALL TIMES
For Cancer Scrofula, Liver Complaint, Weak-
ii, r-,, imimk. luuiiiri.. pwviiini;, ana me tuou-
m inn mat tuuiu irum impure moou.
JOHN F. HENRY, t'URRAN & CO.
Sole Proprietors.
8 COI.LEUE PLACE, NEW YORK.
i) BARCLAY BRtjS..Wholealo Aircnt.
PKOyj'-IilH
"For inkiut; apell.
fit. dlzlnei,fl. palp.
tatlon and low aplrlt
rely on Hop Bitter."
'Reailof.procureand
uae Hop (Jitter, and
von will he Mronjr.
healthy and happy."
"Ladiej. doyou want
to If ftrnni.'. healthy
and beautiful? Then
ne Hop Bitter."
'The (rreateat appe
tizer, "loiiiarh. blood
and liM-r reeulutor
HiVliiller." " Cler.'ymen, Law
yer. Kdiior. Bunk
er and Ladle need
Hop Hitter daily ''
"Hop Bitter hu re
Htoreil to aobriety und
health. perfect wreel;
from inieniperauce."
"Sour tomach, nick
beaduclie and dlz.i-iKi-.
Iloji Bitter
core with a few
doi."
Send foi
I'UOVKHRS.
"$Vl will b paid
for a raae that Hop
Bitter will not cine
or help "
"Hop Bitter build
up, atrenjithen and
cure continually
from the firatdoce."
'Kidney and I rlnarv
complulutj" of all
kind, permanently
cured by Hop Bitter.
Hop Cocuii CfnE I
the aweeteat. aft-t
aud beat Ai-k chil
dren. The Hop Pao for
Siomurh. Liver ami
H Kidney 1 uprior
i' an oilier. Ai-K
Unci;lt .
I) I.C. la an absolute
and lrresltable cure
for drunkennes. uo
of opium, tobacco
and narcotic.
All above old by
drUL'j:i . Hop Bit
ter Matiufiiciurln'.'
Co., Rocht-ater. N. Y.
ircular.
THE IAILY P.l'LLETIN.
me mm) Duneini,
QHIO it MISSISSIPPI R'v.
TIME TABLE OK I'AE.ViKH TRAIN H'.UM
viNCLNMis (Nnv. :jo, Sl.)
V t .1",
No. U Hay Kxpre- i Except Minlay) ..
' i. Epn- i Except Suuday.
' I Nl;;ht Er.pre (Daily)
lTW.t!ll
No Expre (Except Minday)
1 hay Exjire..- . Except sundaw...
" 3 Niu'lit hxpreat iD.iiln
.1. R. Ci.aiik. .'. s. Com;, .lit..
Aif.-ul Viiicenn-i. 'leu. Ticket A't Cinrinnii!!
Ry Carrier. 2oc Ir Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
SIO Per Year. BIO
1 1" pail Yearly or S.iai-Ycsrly
IN ADVANCE.
MEDICAL.
nit nrauv DUiii'uii,
1 : ;o p. m.
1 : p. in.
lj::i.i. in.
. l : i . a. in.
J ' p. p.i.
I a. in.
gT. LOUIS, I. M. it S. R'y
Ira wrtl-t4f'14j v w i
i
i in..
i
.HJ
'airt 'l imp 'l'al)li'.
t.KAVE.
T. xa Expre Iliaily M"ip. m
Connect at Charleston for l oiuinliu
AlilllVK.
Texu Expr.a IBaiiyl -:-:'h. jn.
Aceomuiodalioii liuilvl ;:.'top. 111.
Office and Paelii;er Depot No. r..'iihlo Levee
.1 C. ZIMMEIt, A-ept.
1). AxTPl.t.. I)iviloli Sinieriuteiidenl .
Hiiiubiifi Amerieau Packet Coinpan.v's
Weekly Line of Steamships
l.fuUii,: New York every Tliiir-ilaj' nl -J P. M.
KOK ENtil.ANB. FRANCE AND (iER.MANY.
Ticket to and from Eurupp at lovveat rate. I'or
liaace apply to C. I). RICHARD ,V CO., l.enenil
I'a-M'iijer A'jent. lil BroadHav, Ne r York, tir to
II WELLS, Cairo, Ills
Fr.nr.YiioAT.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
h" Klin vuoA'r
THREE iSQ STATES.
On andafier Monilny. June lti. the boat will iniiko
the follow Ini; trip;
M!AVK I.FAVK LEAVE
Foot Fourth t Mlaaourl Luiid'jr. Kentucky I.d'j,
K a. m. H::m a. m. H a. tn.
lit a. m, lti : :.m a. m. II a. m,
'i i. m. v!::in p. m. :i p.m.
4 p. m. 4:;in p.m, !i p. tn
Sl'NDAYS.
I p. m. i-M p.m. 'i p. tn
W OOll AXD t'OAL.
( w. wheeler"
Dealer In all kind of
Coi-cl Wood. Stove Wood,
Coal, Kte.
BIG 11UDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between AVaNliitiytou and
Commercial.
A 48 Column 8 Paii-e Pe.per
ISSlEll EYEHV MONDAY.
S2XK) ili'SeS.OO
To CI.V1JS of FIVE or MORE,
!?10 per Year.
Til E 1 L LLETI X B I XI) EliV
Liulinr, HindiiiLr,
1 J LANK HOOK WORK
Oi'all Kind.-.
The Bulletin
STEAM JOB OFFICE
A 11 Kinds off Job "Work
Estimate funiislinl nn,i onion from
nliroml promptly ttttoinloil to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
iiiul Ouurter Sheet I'osters ami
ridtyrannnes, in lHack or Colors.
Letter Heads, Hill Heads, Kote
Heads, Statements, I'.illu Latlinar, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Veddiii Invitations, Book Work'
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Oulv tho Hl'Wr STOCK in
tho Market Used.
Address till Ciinuuiinicntions .to E. A.
BL'UNETT, Cairo, Illinob. .
PE LLOAVS'
COMPOUND
o y
HYI'O-'PHOS-PIHTES
Iri ADAl'TKI) l (Jlt
Dleae which nr produced by Lo of Nervous
Power, const'ineut Muculur Relaxation, viz:
Consuiniition, Bronchitis, Asthma,
AYIi(M)jiinf Coiiifli, Aphonia, Coiiafli,
Nervousness, Mental l)ciression,
Xeuraltfia, Epileptic Fits,
St. Yitus'Danee, Nervous Debility,
Chronic Diarrlnra, Lfcueorrlnea,
Fever ami Aarue, llarajimus,
Dysjiepsia, Dyptheretic Prostration,
Interrupted ami Feeble Action
of the Ueart.
l)':eae produced by Overtaxlnc tho Mind, by
(irief or Anxiety, by Rapid Growth, by Child
bacnnK. by iuuufllcietit Nourihmetit. by
Kcldenc.eiii Hot Climates or Unhealthy
Localitle, by Excee. or bv any
Irre'.'ulanif of Life.
An endc chain of irood effect I formed bv
Fellow' Compound Syrup of llvpophophlto";
aud wo are afu In hu lu, from a long experience
In medicine. It virtue arc not pif.eed bv any
other combination.. Note Be iiplciou of per
son who recommend any other article, a '.iut a
pood.'' though bearing a similar name, and of thoe
who offer the cheaper priced article, ftfr li i only
tho Independent, well poted and uuielllh phvl
ciana who can afford to prescribe this remedy. Ex
perienco ha roved thi. The hichent cla medi
cal men in every lar.'e citv. where It la knowu, rec
ommend it. SOLD BY ALL DRl'UlilST.S.
rnnrivivo
1U110
PILLS
INDORSED BY
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
AFFLICTED EYEKYYYHERE.
THE (iREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
TU1TS PILLS
t'L'KE SICIi HEADACIJ
TLTT'S PILLS
CL UE DYSPEPSIA
TUTT'S PILLS
CL'KE CONSTIPATION
TUTT'S PILLS
CIKE PILES.
TUTT'S PILLS
CTlU'. VEYEU uui Au
TUTT'S PILLS
CCKE BILIOUS C.UC.
tihtspills
Cure KIDNEYComplami
TUTT'S"ITLLS
CURE TORPID LIVER,
TUTT'SPILLS
IMPART APPETITE.
I) Tltt ha auccecd
ed iu comhiiiiutr in theo
idll the heretofore an
iaaoultic oualiti.-a of a
StreuLlhi'nlns;.PurL'atlvu
und a Piiril'yiuuTonie.
i neir nrt aimarent ef
fect i to lncrea.e the ap
petite by cauciutf the
food lo properly aiml.
ate. ruiitlieytem I
nourihc(i, and by their
'lonlo action on the dice-
he oru'iti. reirular aud
healthy evacuation are
iroduced.
The rapidity with
which tho pe.raon taku
in lie. n vviiue under tbu
nrloeucr of thei nlll.
indlcntu their adaiita-
iihty to nouri,.Ii the bod
heucu tneir ellicucv In
iirius nervou debl'lllv.
uielHucholv. dypepia,
want in" of tile' muscle
Iiliilhue8 of the liver,
hronic conat'.pailou.and
impurtiuj; iieul lb and
-trench to the ytem.
Sold evervwhere.
PRICE S CENTS.
Ofllce
W Murray Street,
NEW YORK.
NO .MOIM-;
Son GOUT i
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
ALICYLICA
SURE CURE.
Manufactured only under the above Trade Ma
by the
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent euro
cuarau'eed Now es.cluively ued by all celebra
ted Phviciaii" of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple.' Harnile and Rellahlo R. tnedv on both
coniinem. The hlthet Medical Academy of
Pan report cine out of H) cii.h w i I til u three
dav. Secret-The only dlolverof the potonou
Uric Acid which exi.l in the Blood of Klieiimatlc
and (ioiity Patient. $1 a box; H boxe for &'.
Sunt to any ad.'re on receipt of price. Indored
by Phylcian. Sold bv all Druuu'iatH. AddrcHu
WASHBURN it CO.,
tinly Import'ir' Dejiot ii Broadwiiy, N, Y.
KorSa'.-by BARCLAY BROS., and DruuulMs
peneialiy.
HOPE F0.lt THE DEAF
Gut mi ike's Artificial Ear Duims
PERFECTLY RESTORE TH I! 1IEARISO AND
perform the work of the Natural Drum. Alvuiv lu
poitloii, BUT INVISIBLE TO OTHERS." All
coiiveriitioii and even wiiipei heard dllluctly,
Wu refer to iho-e nlnir them. Send for decrlpllvii
circular. OARMoRK K lt DIM M CO, CINCIN
NATI, OHIO.
r 1 1 1.I 1
J. T. WAIUIEN & CO.
CU m W. Second SI.
CLNCINNATL
FovcIku and I)oiuctlc drkd and canned Fruit and
Yi'l?i)luble. Cumied. dried andilll Flh. Pick
le, Sauce, Oil and Condiment. Soup
tufl', linking Powder, urouitil and
whole Hplce. Toilet mid Laillidiv
Soap, Seed, Jellle, Preere
Fancy (iroccrka and tiro
eera' Sinidilei.
Stock unparalleled iu the West.
Latest News.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
LIVERPOOL OKAI.N.
Liverpool, March ao, 2 p. M.
Wheat -small business AVintcr, lis
lls Oil; Spriug, 10s 4dll8 2d;
California, average, 10s Cdlls; Cali
fornia club, lis l.ll3 Cd. Com
5s 0d5s 4il.
NEW YORK OHAIN.
New Yokk, March :)0, 12:00 m.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Chicago, 131
$1 3:j; No. 2 Milwaukee, fl 33
1 34; Red Winter, f 1 3.11 41 ; No.
2 Rii.t Wiuter, f 1 40; No. -2 Amber, nom'l ;
Corn No. 2, 5;)a'.
Cuicaoo, March 00, 12:00 sr.
AYheat-May, l 13 ; April, -l 13.
Pork-May, 10 12a'; April, 10 CO.
Oats -May, M.
Corn Jfay, -MX.
S END FOR OUR "lUiOCtillS" MANUEL.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
FOUND DK.M).
CmcAtio, March 21). YV. McManus,
formerly Catholic priest in Canada, who
was confined in the Madison Street police
station last night while under the influence
of liquor, was found dead in his cell this
morning.
THE COLOMBIANS.
AYasiunijton, March 2'J. The reports
from Panama that the people of the Colom
bian states are in great excitement over the
atitude assumed by the United, Status with
respect to the Isthmus canal may properly
show the feeling of the people, but it is
doubtful whether the government there en
tertains the, same views. At all events,
the minister of Columbia at this post is on
amicable relations with the state depart
ment, and is iu consultation with respect to
the proposed modification of the treaty.
election prospects tn san fiia.ncisco.
Sax Francisco, March 29. The election
to morrow promises to call out a full vote,
and be well contested. The Democratic
Mate club, so-called, comprising the better
class of the party have tacitly iudoned the
ticket of the Citizens' Protective union,
and it has been formally indorsed by tho
Kcpulmcnn county committee. Tho
county committee wing of the Democrats
have, however, joined hands with tho sand
lots both on the Freeholders' ticket and on
candidates for state senator. Uoth sides
express confidence in success. Citizens nro
taking precaution to insure a lull turnout.
THE ARMY APPRKPniATION. no rimers in
the bill.
Washington, March 2!). The sub-committee
ol the appropriation committee
agreed to-day on tho army appropriation
bill. There are no riders in it, as tho new
rules provide that riders must come from
the committee having general jurisdiction
of the subject. If the restriction f the
army at the polls is made a part of the bill
at this session, it iust come in the shape of
an amendment proposed by the military
committee. As yet that committee lias
taken no acliou looking to reporting such
amendment. Tho amount appropriated by
the bill is fJ0,4;.),80(), which is f 121,500
less than the appropriation of last year and
$:i,OO0,O00 less than the estimates of the
war department.
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bowels, which have resulted iu distressing
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doses of Kuliiey-AVort and you'll feel like a
new man nature will throw off every hit
pemlimeiit and each organ will ho ready
ibr duly.
From Hon. Andrew Cornwall, ex
member of legislature. New A'ork statu,
Alexandria Hay. Jauuary 3d, Ksytl. II. H
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truly, A. Cornwall.
Tim Florence Niohtiniiai.e of the
Nt itsicuY, The following is an extract
front a letter written to the German Keforin
Messenger, at Chiinibersburgh, Peiin.:
A BENEFACTRESS.
Just open the door for her, and Mrs.
Winslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of tho Nurseiy. Ot this we
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u bottle. 1
A CAIRO POSSIBILITY.
From the New Orlcan Tlinoa, imh.
There have .recently been very consider
able accumulations ot grain at Cairo which
for want of river tonnage could not readily
be moved,
AYc are reminded of this fact, by the fear
recently expressed by a prominent citizen
of St. Louis, of the possibility that Cairo
may yet capture the grain trade which St.
Louis has been bo slow in properly patron
izing. There are just grounds for that fear.
Several years ago it was abundantly dem
onstrated in the Times how easily Cairo
might be made to bear tho same relation to
the grain trade in its movements by the
Southern river route, that Buffalo docs to
the movements by tho lakes and canal
route. Hut the expressed fear of the St.
Loulsan was that Cairo might become
more than the Buffalo of the Southern route;
it might take the business out
right. The possibility or rather tho
practicability of such a thing fully justi
fies me anxiety wnicn tins one individual
feels, and which all St. Louisans ought to
feel on this subject. St. Louis has the
advantage of being a large city with large
and increasing commercial facilities; but
Cairo is far more favorably located for do
ing the business than St. Louis. All tho
avenues of approach to St. Louis are equally
open to Cairo. There is not a bushel of
grain that finds its way to St.. Louis which
could not be delivered with equal facilty,
und possibly without any materially in
creased expense, at the mouth of tho Ohio.
Shipments of grain on barges, whether
coming out of the Missouri or from the
upper Misissippi, may never be transferred
either at St. Louis" or Cairo; but all men
understand the advantages of the "long
haul" on all movements by rail.
But Cairo possesses other advantages
which St. Louis can never have. It oilers
a convenient, outlet to southern Illinois,
southern Iudiana, southern Ohio and to
Kentucky; and in the course of timo it no
doubt would be provided with rail com
munication transversing southern Missouri,
into the Indian territory, into Kansas, and
tlius forming connections with the entire
railroad systems of Kansas, Nebraska ami
Iowa.
AVould shipments of grain bo
attracted to Cairo from those distant re
gions? Certainly. AVith such rail facili
ties for moving their crops as we have de
scribed farmers and speculators would give
preference to Cairo over St. Louis, because
the former is not only below freezing point
in winter but also below the sand-bars that
so often almost totally suspend navigation
between Cairo and St. Louis.
The considerations last' mentioned are ol
the greatest importance. Below freezing
point! Below shallow water! Below im
passable sand-bars! Equally accessible
with St? Louis or at least might be made
ao and with an outlet to tho si a the year
round, Cairo might well enter the list ami
compete with St. Louis for the grain busi
ness. But Cairo would have other sources of
supply. It Is the terminus ot one of the
best manarcd railroads in the T'nitml Ktatn
tho Illinois Central which traverses tho
entire length of thestato of Illiuois, with a
branch to Chicago aud then sweeps in a
grand curve across tho Mississippi river
through Iowa until it touches its western
border, with connections that ramify the
entire northwest. That road now carries a
large amount of property meats
from Nebraska City, Omaha ami other
producing centers " in that region;
and it could deliver the gram
of Iowa, Nebraska, and of many por
tions of Minnesota, at Cairo quite as cheap
ly as it is now carried to Cliicago. The
difference in rail carriage between Omaha
and Chicago, and Omaha and Cairo, would
bo inconsiderable; at any rate, whatever
difference there might be could easily bo
more than made up if tho railroad com
pany would choose to establish a line of ex
clusive grain barges to run in couricction
with their road. We say "exclusive" grain
barges, well understanding that the com
pany could not bo expected to compete
with itself in tho carrying trade generally.
Restricting tho barges to grain and such
other property as might not be controlled
for rail carriage, there would bo no such
competition. Indeed, the barges offering the
least expensive method of transportation
would enable the rail to outbid competing
roads on through shipments to tide-water.
Now it must not be said we aro nnnimat
edbyany feeling of antagonism to St.
Louis. We are not. But we wish to stir
up that city, as wo have ofteu striven to do
for several years past, to prompt action by
reminding its people that tho possibility of
u large grain trade by tho Southern route
is not wholly dependent on them; but that
well-directed capital aud enterprise, open
ing from Cairo as a base, might soon mako
that place something more than the Buffalo
of the Southern route to tide-water.
PiixiitiMAuiis to Buffalo, N. A., are
made by th.uuands of Invalids auiiually to
consult with the medical and surgical staff
of tho World's Dispensary and Invalids'
hotel, the largest private sanitarium In tho
world. All chronic diseases are treated bf
scientific methods. Tho practice is divided
among nine tininent specialists. Among
tho most popular domestic medicines in the
land nro those manufactured by this associ
ation, among which are Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, tho greatost of altera
tives or Mood-cleansers, and Dr. Pierce'
Pellets (little pills) that have largely super
seded the old-fashioned coarse pills. Com
pound Extract of Smart-Weed is deservedly
popular us a remedy for diarrhoea, dysen
tery, tlux, line kindred diseases! also a pain
killer and remedy for colds. 'Dr. Pierce's.
Favorite Prescription is tho great remedy
for female weakness and nssociuted de
rangements, Dr. Sage's Catarrh Itemedy
is the "Old Reliable." Invalids' Guide
Book 10 cents, post-poid. Address
AVorld's Dispensary Medical association,
Buffalo, X. Y., or London, England.
Many clergymen who were obliged to
withdraw from tho pulpit on account ot
"Clergyman's Soro Throat," havo recovered
by using Fellows' Syrup of Ilypophos
phites and aro preaching again. This
preparation seems peculiarly and wonder
fully nduptud to diseases of tho breathing
(irguus.

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