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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNINO, FEBRUARY 15. 1883.
KW PISH AND OYSTBIl DEPOT.
Haying now perfoctst my arrangements to
tippl tbu trade with
OYSTERS AND FISH,
I Can Now Offer a Follow: Oyster
Taken From tlio Shell Here Fresh
as From the Oulf.
Bayou Cooks 1 60 pur UK)
' Haltoe I V, "
" Hani do 75 "
Oyster In bulk ........ ait
Oysters standards In cms W "
Red Buappar lite, per t
t'rokles .. .............
Hbeep Head, &C .... . " ''
Shrimps, boh.!' Oras an'lTnrlli'S slllp nesson
LIltKKlL DISCOUNT TO TUB TKADK.
LOUIS 0. HERBERT.
IL T. UEKOULD AND
U. P. NEWLA N I).
AND (US FITTERS,
DRIVE WKLLS, FORCE AN'I)
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AXDPl'T
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, (US FIX
TURES Or til klndu furnish) to order, o'.d flx;nr r
hronaed; jo'iMng urjmpily siniuded in. Ord.r
rrcelrod at Dsnf.'l Hatman's or i the shop,
COMMERCIAL AVEM'B BBTWEKN
MNitrn avd tknih srim-m,
CAtftO .... 11,1,:-!.
Mana'arttirrr and Pealef t n
8th Htree,, between Coin'l . and lw.
CHOKE UORINO A - SPECIALTY
At,L KINOS OP AMCM'NON.
Safe Uoialred. All Kinds ol ha Md.
fpiIBCITY NATIONAL HANK.
71 OHIO I.RVEK.
A General luinhiuir uuxinesH
TITOS. V. UAIil,ll)AV.
pNTBHrlltRK 8AVIN0 BANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TltOS. W. II AI.T.l DAY
Q.I0R0E II. LEACH, M. I).
Phvuioian and Surgeon.
Huaxlal attention paid lo ilia iImcophlc.ir"at
mcnt oriurglr.nl disease, and uisaisi'" of would
and children. . ,,, .
ornce! on I4th alriwt, opposite the Post I'ime
j)R. J. II. STRONG,
128 Commercial Ave., Cairo, III.
VAI'Olt. ILKCTHO VAl'OU anii MRniCATJCU
A lady In aliundanro.
11 W. C. JOCFLYN,
OVF10K-KIliU Htrl, nr Oomi nrrial Awnnti
It. K W. WIIITLOCK,
Ovnoa No. 1M Oommarclal Anuu. batwaaa
JUhtt and Ntuih Itmui
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NO IMPROVEMENT IN THE
SITUATION AT CINCINNATI.
THE WATERS RECEDING BUT ANOTH
ER RISE MORE DESTRUCTIVE
Heavy Rains at Indianapolis, No change
for the Better Along the Ohio River.
The Missouri Threatening to vie with the
Ohio. A Solemn Warning from
ClNTiNXATl. Ffbruary It. An ailtlitioti-
al gloom i-prend out the pf'ilf Ihla morn
Inr, Damftil liy the ln llmt trif river atltT
fallliiK to nhty-finir fi'et ten gnj ttuve-
foiirtlin Ini'lioi, Ih-lmii to riK timlrr tin-lu
Ilin'iH'it of i-tcadv, Imnl rain. Tho rnlu U;ts
adnncf'd from Hk wct, thu rhrrklnfj thr
fall, and e.vU'iifls h far a I'ltthlmrK. I n
lem it MopN niceilllv there N no hojie of the
river receillnK, wtifletlm (,Titvet feni are
entertiilnnl thnt the great beifrht n-arhpii
yetenlHy will lifl kiirpaHpil. I he rnln e
rlously e'iiil)Kmn.eii the work of the relief
eointiiitlee, lint they are doin hII tliey can
to ill-tribute food'. Soiij Ihuim-n will be
opened In varlou part of the eily to feed
those able to (jet to them. Uiidiip Klder
hH onb'red alltbo ( athollr ehurelie' to be
thrown open to aeeonunodalethe h'iiieleak.
anil eiiil eirriiliir to the ehinrhe n-klnj
rontribiitlon to be ent to Ihe ( lianiliefof
Conniierra and ( Itv Couneil lit lief ( o n-
niltteek. The Milking fund trio.t will
aijvanre money on the bond" ei.erd!iv ail-
thorled by the LeirfidHtiirp, no that relief
will bo. prompt. Many eae of extreme
destitution are reported lv the relief limit k.
ana in ome en? the
VRANMC LKIK8 OK 8I AR IM. ( HII.DRKN
for food is heartrending. The linker not
iniiniUted are prented lo their fi.'lle! ra
jiae'ity to keep up the supply of bread.
There have bei;n some fear of a meat fain,
ine on aucoimt nf tbe diffieiiltv.of n reiv
inif live stork, but several thousand ofthe
jfi' iicd dlillllery cattle can be utilized In
ease of necce"v.
, BOY DHOW NCI).
I he river Is rislnir Ht tbe rite of an inch
an hour. It stood sixty-five feet one im-li
and a half at 12 o'clock'. It I warm and
stllll raining. Ileports both up and down
the river show rain. The river is falling i
I'ortannnitn and ilavsvtiie, slowly at the
latter place. The, tint authentic report
concerning the loss of life at the CiiiclniiHtl
Southern Ipot yesterday was made to the
pom.; at Olive .street fetation hv Herman
VVIIsberfr, a boyltvltiK at 17 W INt'ach utreef .
lie says lie and hi brother ,loeph. with
thirteen other boys, were on the platform
when the water broke tbrounh McLean
avenue; that the entire party were thrown
Into the water; that he sw ani to C,et street,
seiprd and went home; that his brother
and all the other boya were drowned. He
docs not know the name of the oilier boys,
no other reports of mlmiog boys have been
ma le to the police.
IviiiANAi'iti.H, I.nd., February 1 4 . It
ba-i Ijei-n ninh)c berealnca nildnlaht. nio.t
of the time hard. PoKtm's Run has nentn
overflowed, nnd waa up to Marvland street,
two squares. The I'nlon Kallroad C'om
pany 's iracks are under water for several
admires east of the I'nlon lienot. Mmu
cellars on Madison street are filled with
water. The followlrsr private telegram
was received this morning from .leffcton
vllle, Intl.: "Our eltv U flooded from two
to twenty feet deep. Five thnunand of our
best people are made homeless, many of
them have loct all they have on earth, A
large number of cottage houses In tbe low
er part ofthe city are (.went away; hun
dreds of people are quartered In ihe second
stories nnd business houses. Food Is senl
to iliem In sklfls. The tilth of hundreds of
out-liousesii floating on the racing waters.
The scenes of suffering are appalling. It Is
atill mining and the river is rising. The
loss will reach over half a million. My
family, with my neighbors, are submerged.
Tell printers to publish this, ask relatives
and all who will contribute to form a relief
committee and send us what financial aid
The following has been received from the
ot ii.Fonp, txn.,
this ld of I.awrenceburj;: They are
moving the people nut of Hiirdcntuwn n
fast as possible. The rivers will raise the
Miami and While rivers and threatens to do
much damage at Lawrence burg, if the rain
continues murh longer. The ear of pro
visions from Indianapolis wai got to the
people at Lawrenceburg In tolerable
good condlilon. Think If the rain
continues the people will have to
leave Law reneeburg. No lives lost so far
as can be learned. The water l six feet
deep at the, forks of Tanner's t'reek at
(lullford, Indiana. The operator at Law
renceburg Junction reports the fiver rose
one Inch and a half since morning. We
have had heavy rain since U o'clock. Tan
ner's Creek Is very high, and it Is raining
AT NKW At ItASV.
CllK'Acio, February 14. A New Albany,
Ind,, special savs; The loss by the flood
here Is no less than ipmrter of a million
dollars. No lives wore lost. The farmers
along Ihe Ohio suffer greatly, many losing
their entire crops. Six hundred families
are houseless and many destitute. Manu
factories aro stopped.
ft.KVKi.ANH. February 14, Once mote
tbe ground Is covered with Ice. Hutu Is
falling, promising to continue at last jo
hours. Tim river Is rising nnd another
deluge I feared. The men are lniv an
choring lumber piles on the tints, ('.very
practical precaution Is being taken against
damage from the overflow which threatens,
l.orisviinc, February 14. The river Is
41 feet t) Inches, 'and rising one inch ait
hour. Reports from the upper points of
rain and a continued rise In the oiiio irib
utary creeks, create Immense excitement,
business Is practically at a stand-Mill. No
boat arrive or depart. Tim trains on the
railroads are Irregular; manv have slopped
entirely, old river men predict that ir
I lie river does not loon recede, the water
will nil across the east end and surround
the ciillre city. Tha wildest estimates of
the damage to properly continue
to hn made. Nobody knows
what estimate ahould be made, Nothing
further Is known regarding the loss of
life by the cut-off disaster, owing lo the
Impossibility of entering the houses, save
by mean of diver. The people are on
I lie streets. Tha flood la the only subject
of discussion. It ti generally agt d the
loss of life has not Wn extraordinarily
Till KENTUCKY HI V ICR.
LoutnviM., February 14. The Courier-Journal
ipaolal from Frankfort says:
Tim Kentucky rlvor ha been statlonory
with thirty-four feeti tt fall four feet since
lust night. It bin been raining since morn
ing and I now raining and rising at Clay's
MiMson, lift),, February 14. The
river rising one and one-half Inches per
hour. Milton, Ky., opposite Madison, la
umnplnlely submerged; not a house Is
Jmenipwruiu m otuiwv. Lni,u i'tiiwi
art balug uitd to anobor tha building. Tha
WORK AND TALK AT THE NA
t'oriunll.r Presented, (
WAltlC,Tov. II. C. Kebruai-T 14.
Ilerr Von Klsendeclier, the new German
Minister, was formally prescntim to tha
President to-day by the Meeretarv of
Wasiiinhki.v, II. V., February 14.
The l'resident approved the supplementary
aist relating to the construction of bridge
across the Ohio.
Indian A Mm Irs.
Wasimn'oiox, D. C. February 14. The
case providing for the payment of "Kaw
aerip1' to the value of fAVJ.OOO. which has
oeen before tho Semite rotninlttee on
Indian Affairs for some time, has been
placed with unfinished business. Thia
action of the committee practically kills the
Tbe bill recently presented In the ScnsU
by Senator Dawes, providing for 1hn Im
prisonment or the Invaders, or tne inillau
Territory, has been favorably reported. It
Is expected that It will be called up to be
acted upon tbi week. .
Waiiin(!TOX. February 14. Senator
Blair introduced a bill to prohibit the
employment of labor by convicts or per
sons restrainud of their liberty upon works
or property of the I'nitcd States, and the
expenditure of any moneys 0f the I'nlled
States on account of such labor.
The Senate resumed consideration of the
tariff bill. The pending question wss, on
agreeing to the amendment, made in tlio
committee of the whole, putting books,
etc.. on the free list.
WAfiiHX'iTON, February 14. Afterread
ing the journal the Houo went into com
mittee of the whole on the tariff bill, the
pending paragraph being the "Bakct"
clause imposing a duty ot forty-live per
cent ad volorem on manufactured articles
or wares not specially enumerated, wholly
or In part composed of any metal.
Mr. Tucker moved to amend by reducing
the duly to forty per cent . Lost".
Mr. Wheeler moved to reduce it to thirty-five
per cent. Lost.
Mr. Muldrow offered an amendment im
posing a duty of fifteen per cent, on cotton
Mr. Morrison offered an ainenpiiicnt pro
viding, after July 1,114. no higher duty
shall be levied on any article cinbvaced lii
the metal schedule, than fifty per cent, ad
MURDER IN ST. LOUIS.
The Shot-Gun Does Dastardl" Work.
St. Louis, February 14. About 8:10
o'clock last night, Michael Jlancv. a gar
dener, living with his parents, on Mcpher
son and Cornelia avenue, was killed there
bv a son of tho proprietor. If the story nf
llenry Seibert. Sr., Is to be credited, but
four person were In the saloon when the
murder occurred bta two sons, Henry and
Pte. .lule Henry and the victim. Some
words passed between young Haney. who
Is said to have been under ihe in
finence of liquor, and Henry Seibert,
when the latter seized ' a double-barreled
gun loaded with buckshot,
and poured the contents of one of the
chamber into Uaney'a right side, making
a gaping and trhastly wound. With a pron
the latter sank to the floor. The report at
tracted others to tho cene, and tbe wound
ed man was placed la a wagon and taken
tohls home bv .lame Roane nd Charles
Johnson. A phvslcian was summoned. hut
could do nothing for the sufferer, w ho died
an hour after bo was shot. After commit
ting his murderous act, Seibert hitched up
his father a buggy and with his brother
drove towards town. The father of the
bnvs savs llonrv told him that he was going
to 'the city to deliver himself up lo the po
lice authorities, but he has not been heard
Dr Tin n t. Mint., February 14. The first
ballot for senator In the joint convention of
the Legislature resulted ai follows: Ferry.
4.V Stout. 10; Win. Newton tlcm.). 11;
Theo. li. Illncbman uem.). VI; scatter
ing on nine different candidates. Neces
sary to a choice, AH vote.
Ilcnlh of Ex.Uov. Morgan.
Nrw York, February 14. Ex-Gov, Ed
win l. Morgan died' at 8 o'clock this
At midnight It was apparent that Ihe ex
Governor was fast sinking, and hi anxious
family saw that his death was Inevitable.
All during the early hours of morning he
lav peaceful, and without suffering any
visible pain. At 7 o'clock bis condition
took a sudden rhangn for the worse and he
lost consciousness, and rumaincd In that
tate until he expired.
The funeral will take place next Friday
3:30 p. m.
Good Wheat Prosjperl.
Larxrd, Kan., February 14. The
heavy rain all day yesterday In (his section
makes a fine promise for a large wheat crop,
Stock In Southwestern Kansas, Is going
through In fine shape, No loss is reported
except In a few herds, which were cither
through Texan or entered winter qiiarner
In poor condition. The los Is less than U
per cent .
The Murderer of HI) McJreaor.
CtltCuio, February 14. Local deteo
tlvcs ha e evidence, they believe, that will
convict Fred I.iingendorf, a tramp barber,
of the murder of Miss Mcliregor, In Ogle
county, Saturday list, and will show
swart -ell, arrested In St. Louis, to be in
nocent. Laugcndorf la under arrest here,
and the evidence la very strong.
SpittxiiKiKi.D, In.., February 14. The
first special order of the morning in the
Senate was a resolution amending Iho hw
governing tho State militia, which matter
was, after a brief discussion, referred to
the Judiciary Committee. The special or
der was the reoonaidcratlou of (lie
vote reinstating the origi
nal Committee on Itallroads.
It was reconalderad. and Senator Sailing
withdrawing from hli poult Ion the original
cnmmltteo wa declared reinstated. Half
a dozen new bills were Introduced, sev
eral bill were advanced to third reading,
one of which waa a bill to repeal the law
enacted two yean ago obliging
minor local ofQoeri to print
report of money expended, which
caused quite a commotion for so small a
matter. Senator! Sunderland. Needles.
Snyder and other took part In the discus
Ion . A bill on 1U second reading for Ihe
amendment of the criminal code occupied
much time and wa earnestly debated by
the legal incmberi, and waa finally com
muted. In the House several potltlon in favor of
high license were preientnd. A numberof
bill were Introduced, Including ono to pre
vent pooling by railroads and
one . to liceni all dealer In
storks, broken In grain, pravlslnni and
any other article for future delivery tha
amount being fixed at fl.QOO with 1K)
dally line for fallur to procuro the
license, Soveral bill were road a third
time and pasted, Including two affecting
Chicago, especially one to reduce the
amount nf the permanent fund nf the Fire
men's Benevolent Aiiootallon to f'Jn.000,
and to permit a tax of it mill and a half to
maintain tha pubUi UWary. Both UitM
than adjourned, A.
Richard Wagner, tho famous German
composer, died in Venice, Italy, on Tues
day afternoon, aged seventy year.
In Kankakee, III., on Tuesday Alfred
Bast Ine was shot dead by William Davis.
Itastine was advancing on Jlavis with un
The I'.oard of Aldermen of Hoston on
Tiiesd iv passed an order that the entire
CilV sb;. 1 1
be illuminated bv Clectrlo
English capitalist w ill establish at War
taw, N. V., the only soda ash factory In
the l ulled Mates, A thousand men will
Thefilobe rubber Jewelry factorv, No.
210 and it! Canal struct, .New Yolk, was
burned on Tuesday afternoon. The total
loss wa $oO,ooo; insured. No lives were
The telegraphic report on Tuesday to thu
effect Unit upward: of inn live hud been
lost In mil, nut I . by the undermining of a
depot by die Hoods, turns out to have been
It Is said that a prominent and reliable
clllen of Weston, Mn., Is prepared to
Identify Frank James us one of four men
who shipped at his bouse the night before
tho robbery and murder there.
1. J, Fleming, of Clilnajo, wa srred
In Toronto, ( lunula, on Tuesday on a
charge of obtaining money under fale pre
tenses. It is alleged that his fruiids amount
to nearly $.V m . i a f I , H claims to be Inno
cent anil that his arrest Is u scheme to
squeeze money out of him.
The city hospital at Austin, Tex,, wa
burned on Tuesday night. A child of the
hospital conk, aged about one year, w as
consumed, and the mother wlillo' attempt -Ing
to save it was so badly burned that she
W'lll die. All of the tlx patients were res
cued. The loss of property is light.
In Madison. Wis., on Tuesday, the house
occupied by tbe family of John hel!lcld, a
dissolute character, who bad abandoned
them, was set on tire and twoof bis d augh
ters, one aged fourteen ami the oiberan
Infant, were burned to death. It Is the
universal belief that Sheflleld fired Hie
Jacob Vincent, a well-to-do fa nier, liv
ing nar liiiuklln, Campbell count v. Mo.,
was found dead in the woods near Ids home
on Friday of last week. He had been shot
through the body. It Is thought that rob
hers committed the deed, as it was known
that Mr. Vincent had a considerable um
of money on his person at the time. Tiles
day warrants were issued for the arrest of
Jaines Vincent, eouln and step son-in-law
of the deceased. What the warrnntw
are based on Is not known.
Frank J nines).
Gam 4TIX. Mo., February 14. It i now
reasonably certain that the states will be
able to esiablish Frank Jamus' connection
with tbe Winston train robbery ami mur
der yesterday. A prominent and reliable
citizen of thfs coiintv positively identities
James as one of the four men who unpped
at bis house the night berorc the robbery.
The chain of circumstances that were al
ready around him. together with the posi
tive evidence already at hand, looks omi
nous for Frank.
In Jacksonville. HI., on Monday, Wash-
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ine mi vu"p l noil nuu iwiirti tfi'iiu ."iit.tii.
ltoth are colored barbers. Cooper claimed
that Stuart h.nl enticed his wife away from
him. Tbe murderer If in jail.
81', l.ol IS,
CATTLE Kxport steers : 7!S riWi: fair to
heavv native steers f4 Wrf.'i Hfi; common lo
medium iiHfiw steers ft U.V4 tiO; Colorado
fers IMaO 2'i: full t'j food feeder 1UI
hi 3"; common to choice native cows and
neirer ;w; .soufhwet steers $1 7.V:
callaw ags s-2 .Vrf'.' 7.1.
lli.HJS. l:cceipt6,r70 head; shipped :1.1
head. Weak and tending down In prices;
demand good, but buyers standing off for
concession. Light to Good Yorker fd 40
fiO 60; mixed to good packing $tt 40vH 7,1;
butcheea to e.xttn 'ty 70 Wll W; skip and
cull, is'i N"h'd &"i.
SlIKL'P-Oood to fancy 4 7'iS.i40; me
dium to fair ftO; atocker fi "a 3 W ;
Texan i.1Til .0.
CATTLE Market weak and lower, not
HOfiS-Market weak and a shade lower
than yesterday's quotations.
HOtiS Fairly active and steady; a
CATTLE Slow and weak; exporter
fo tslffid 'JO; good to choice shipping
$.Voo 60: common to fair $4ft4 85.
WHEAT Eicited and higher; $100V
Februarv; !fl uti'sftTO March; tl lO'.wil
April: fl l.V.ttlH May.
C'oh'N-Excited and higher; "i7 cash;
K"(rti March; 07S' April; 'j Mav.
OATS Strong and higher; 381 r"ah;ii)
March; April; 41 ' May.
sr. i.ot ia.
WHEAT-t'iiscttled; February $113 h;
March 1 13V b; April l 1(1 V91 1ft V, clos.
Ingat! 1(1; May 1 18 Soil 17 V, closing at
It 17S ; June 1 l.V. b; July $1 10t b.
COltS -Irregular; February Wt Wft4 K;
March tViViioft V ; April ftfiV b; Mav 07V
5tf 's . closing Ht .17 ; .lime 50 b.
OATS Firm; February 38 b; March
38 V b; May 40 S 0401,.
Con n fry Produce.
BI'TTEIt Creamery Good to choice
34W:ill. toirWaH for fancy selections. lai
rv choice to fnncv '.WiilO; fair to good -.'it
ri-H; medium to fiilr "JOfaltt; common I lor
is. S'orfnern roll unchanged choice at
2ira':'2; off grades range at 17W.'o. Near
by make dull and slow sale, unless choice;
qiiote common ttfti 14; choice wrapped ,V$
17, top rale for small quantities.
DKESSEII l'Ol'LTKY tiood to choice
Turkey 14rS"15; small and rough Chickens
HWl fi(); medium M 7.Vn3, choice and fanev
$.'j2.V(;i.Yi Ducks .Wro JlftO for sinnll anil
liadly dressed, to $4i4 60 for choice; Geese
ranged at $4 raft for good, to ft ftowd for
FJIGS Lower and dull at 2,'lc for fresh.
TALLOW Prime and strictly prime In
oil bhl 7Vra7'; choice cake 7 i ; Irregular
package and falling off lot 7 T S ; greaso
tallow (lY7 Vfb.
P( T ATORS Inferior and frosted 7ortf0:
fair 8;mrw; choice 87l.WO(i; fancy 1)2
WHEAT Eicited lfShlgher: So. I
white d 18; No. 8 red February fl Tiiti
Vi March fl 23rrfia4i Anrfl $1 Wi'n
W Vi May $1 atUrWi.
COUN-Stav higher and fairly active;
mixed Western snot 07 1 future wW.'IV ,
UAia-sWH lilgbor; western 4 .ra.:i;
So. S March WHm ; April 6n(d'i ; May
KEEF Quiet and Hteadv.
I'OUK Oiilet and unnhanged.
LAKH t)ulet and rather weak; iteam
Bl TTER-tiulet and firm; Western
38: Elgin creamery 40.
KOUS-Western dull t81(H.12o for frcih,
No, 9 spring wheaat off coast advanced H
orild. Itnd winter wheat oft coast advanced
Hd. Good mixed American corn off ooat
advanced fid, No. 2 aprlng wheat to arrive
advanced la, California wheat to arrive
advanced ltd. Ited winter wheat. London,
to arrive advanced OrtSfHd. Spot wheatr
Good market, tending upward, WUrn
winter Os'il! No. '2 aprlng fldNo. 8
spring 8s (id. California advanced Id.
Mixed Western corn botur tone mora
money asked . Damand from United Xanc
1 da good far wkeat and eoro.
water Is up to the lacnnd tloor of many
The back water and Crooked Creek hay
Inundated tbe city on the north, and
Bprlngdalecemetcry I partially covered wit h
water, More rain wlH cause Crooked Creek
to deluge Walnut street and a large part nf
the town. The Hornet caiuo up from Car
rolltou this morning for food for the suffer
there. The provision In Hie stores there
The Western Hotel Is deserted, It being
considered dangerous for people to remain
on the second iioor. The people on Wal
nut street r preparing to move out.
All) ton I.AWKKN'C'KRritU.
Inpianapoi.h, February 14. The In
diana Legislature appropriated :, (MX) for
the Lawreiicohurg uffurer. The Hoard
of Trade at noon reported subscription of
$lft,oo for the same object. Another car
load of provisions will be sent Immediately.
C'HiCAiio, February 14. Two commit
tee have been appointed in behalf of tha
Beard of Tiadu and Call Hoard lo collect
and forward money and materials for the
relict nf the sufferers by the Ohio Hlver
W AItXINU OF DA.NUfcll.
Wahhixoiox, D. C, February 14.
The Ohio reached Its maximum ot
lxty-tivQ feet otiu inch at Cincinnati
yesterday and fell about
two Inches during the night. The
heavy m lis which will prevail in tho Ohio
Valley to-day w ill delay tbe full at Cincin
nati mid all points above, and probably
cause a s itul rise, Tim river lias reach
ed the danger lliii; at Cairo, and danger
ous floods w ill occur in the Mississippi be
low Cairo. Property should bn removed
at once to places of safety above Ihe danger
Jkfkkkmo.v City, Mo., February 14.
Thu Missouri is rising very rapidly aad
communication with Callaway county has
been resumed. Ex-Gov. McClurg'
steamer Einuia was carried out of the Ma
ries river this morning, thrown onto an lee
Held, broken in two and was sunk. Her
Nubscrlpllon lo the Stt. I.onl Kaposi
lion. ST. Lot is. February 14. The lliM flush
of excitement connected with the Exposi
tion project Is over, and Its promoters are
busy in canvassing the city for subscription
to the stock which Is to be the financial
basis of the enterprise. Since the meeting,
at which over $lii,ikiO wa uhscribcd in
audi short order, intescst centered
in the action which would be taken by the
hotels. Mr. J. Girardi'a spirited ' sub
scription of $'i,iKHl put the other Itonlfaoe
upon their mettle, and last night thay
decided that they would contribute lo the
enterprise as follows: Southern Hotel,
Wi.J.'m; Limtell Hotel, $fl,(ssi; Laclede
Hotel, $Ti,oisi. These subscriptions make
the total amount contributed by the hotels
f'.M.ii.'H'i, but there are many others yet to
hear from, and Mr. Freeman Harnum
probably came neerto the mark when ho
said: "I believe that with this excellent
start, the combined subscriptions of the
holds and restaurants of this city
will amount to fully $40.00(1.
A tlaug of Kobbera.
CiiKAiio. February 14. A Ies Moines,
Iowa, spcelal says: '"Young Ballard, who
robbed nin si. k'aml helpless father a few
weeks ago, bc.iig arrested, disclosed the
fact that there was a large and well organ
ized gang of rubers engaged in all kind
of outlawry In ihe Northwest. Knowlton,
thu leader, has probably fled.
Dentil of ea-filoveriior Nmltti.
Mii.wacrkk, Wi., February 14. Ex
Governor in. E. Smith died at 11 .80 last
night, surrounded by bis family and
friends. He was twice elected Governor
of Wisconsin-first 1877. and re-elected In
1870. He had previously served as atate
Treasurer, and lield otho'r offices.
I he Mississippi Levee.
Vic Ksin Hii, Miss., February 14. Hard
.scrabble Levee, Kemp l.cveo and Hard
Time Levee, below here, are not a yet
completed, and the section of country from
hc.ie to Natchez and below Is In Imminent
danger of high walcr If the rivers continue
to rise. Heavy ruins along, tho Yazoo,
Tallalialcbce and Sunflower river have
caused these rivers lo rise rapidly, and it
will be onlv a few days before tho country
iiiinicdlit K below here will begin to feel
the I ii : i u ui the reported rise ln the
But Little to Believe the Monotony
of the Old World.
IU'lil.iN, Feliruaryl4. The correspon
dent of the Standard says It is stated that
Thomas Fitzgerald, who was recently ar
rested at Pnplar for complicity in tbe mur
'dcrof Lord Cavendish and Hiirk, and who
acted as watcher in 1'hu nlx Park at the
time of the murder, will Identify the ac
tual slabbers, who were two In number
I ll K I'lKKNIX PARK MURDER.
IH lil. ix, February 14. At the resump
tion of Ihe examination of the prisoners
charged with conspiracy In the murder of
Lord Cavendish and Secretary Burke,
names of persons in good social position
w ill be Introduced In connection with the
llnnnccs of secret societies, The police
man, car driver, bicycle rider, and others
In Pbo'iilx Park, at the time the murder
was committed confirm Cavanagh'i stale
AX AHCIIHIM1I01' DKAl).
Lomion, February 14. The Times
publishes tin uiiconlirnied report about
Archbishop MeCabc, of Dublin, bi;lng
dead, and In a leader deplore his death.
It says: "The cause of order and loyalty
In Ireland has lost mi unflinching supporter
w ho, unhappily, never exercised that pow
er over his co-rellglonlsts. "
Paris, February II. It Is expected that
lr. Fri'vcluet will form a considerable
cabinet i with gLoon Say, Mlnlsterl of Ki
natici ; CoustaiiM, Minister of tho Interior)
Gen. Canipenan, Minister of War; Admi
ral Chute, Minister of Marine, and Wal
deck Kosseau, Minister of Justice,
Loximix, February 14. The Tim,
commenting on (lie death of Klchard Wag
ner, the composer, say 4: "The world I
pooror by another great man." Tho Stan,
(lard says: "A great nnd Irreparable
loss." The News says: " Wagner was a
trim artist un4 poet."
LoxnoN, February 14. The Morning
Post savs; We understand the Interview
between the ex-Empress Eugenie and
Prince Jerome Napoleon, during the brief
visit of the latter at FarnborouHli, was
most cordial, The Prince started for rarli
Vikxna, February 14. The Neue Frele
Presse predicts the failure of tho eonfoieno
In London ou the Damibtan question.
AU.OWKD TO 00.
Hamui kh, February 14. -At the con
clusion nf their evidence before the court
of inquiry concerning the Clmbrl disaster.
Capl. Ciiltlll and First lOfflcer Billiard, of
Ihe steamer Sultan, watt allowed to go
"': . . . ..
Vikxna, $Vbruary 14. The Budget
Coiiiuilltco of the Jtclohsreth estlmats tha
detlclt for ItsHllat 18,600,000 florins. Tbta
Is 8,000,000 ls thaatka JPtUeUr eijl
ano! a xpeoted.
That Brown's Iron Bitters
will cure the worst case
Will insure a hearty appetite
and increased digestion.
Cures general debility, and
gives a new lease of life.
Dispels nervous depression
and low spirits.
Restores an exhausted nurs
ingmotherto full strength
and gives abundant sus
tenance for her child.
Strengthens the muscles and
ncrves.enrichcs the blood.
Overcomes weakness, wake
fulness, and lack ofencrgy
Keeps off all chills, fevers,
andother malarial poison.
Will infuse with new life
the weakest invalid.
37 Walker St., r.nltiimiri!, Pre. ,RSi.
For six years I have bcn great
sufferer from liltnid IHscase, ly.
pepsin .HndC'Jinlip.iuon, and became
so debilitated that 1 1 ouicl not retain
anything on my stomach, in lact,
life had almost heconia a burden,
t in. illy, when hope h.id almost left
me, my husband teeing IIkown's
Ikon Hittkhs advertised in (lie
paper, induced me (ogive it a trial.
1 mil now taking the third bottle
and have not felt to well in six
years at I du at the present time.
Mr. U F. GKirriM.
Brown's Iron Bitters
will have a better tonic
effect upon any one who
needs "bracing up," than
any medicine made.
Head and Circulate.
The Illinois Central It. R. Co.
Will soil any of tt remaining lands at one dol
lar per acre less than the presuut prices, from this
time until the first day uf October, lrtU. Alter
that dale the present price will he restored. All
who rleslre lo purchase shoald ayall themselves of
this liberal afcr at orm. P. OAOGY,
In ad C'ommisslousr. -Foi
particulars Inquire of
A ft a. for I. (.'. K. H. Lands,
U O A. JL
D Stoves D
S T'inwarc. B
Shop on Ilalllilay Avenue, hctwueu rmrtb and
Sixth btreeta, Cairo, Illinois.
tVAll kinds c I 1'itlit sutl heavy libicksmlthing,
wagon and carriage work dona lu tha rnott woik
insnllke manner. Horsii-shoeliig a specialty snd
KW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
WOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIKU & CO..
Cor. NliiBieemh trt 1 :M.t Til
dommHrclal AvttenH ( UUfO ill
OAIHO, la. ol.ioia.
FLOUJi. UHAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring Mills
EixtMrt Cuk Prk fail for TTUU