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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 21 1880.
NEW SERIES-NO. 72.
The People's Holiday!
Ten Times Greater and Better than any other Show Traveling
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"Seek the worl 1 thrniuh, search oceans' depths,
Cleive the Illimitable air.
C 11 tii h mountain top, or sweep
The vaulted va.tness of the plain.
Yet you shall Cud bo marvel great sit tUs."
P. T. BARNUM
OW'S AX1) ONLY
Greatest Show on
For the Season of l--"1. with It
HOSTS OF NEW FEATUKES
In it dmartmenl of It Va.t Musvnm. Immense H''iiK'r'., Beautiful Aviary. Mechanical Marvels.
Ann.rtnm. Srho it if Tntined 8la'lli.s. Educated Animals aid iicmol.nlllin tire m. all combined
In ON E VAT MIOVV, and to he seen uuaer its ACHES OF W.VI MiPRuoK TENTS for ON E PRICE OF
ADMISSION. eclipses ail former ettorts of l' propr.etor It safely uflis Omipetitti.n. auu belris be
yond rivalry, It retognlz-a no opposition. It is Cow on its tlteL'ive Annual Tour and will exhibit iu
- Afternoon ami Evening
CAIRO, Thursday, Sept. 23rd,
RVFUVTIMVU ADVERTISED W I U. FIE EXHIBITED. vtrv lirjf. Lorn and feather. every animal
every novel attraction, aud tho Kl'Ll. Pitol.RAMM E a pre.vi.tvd In New Yrrk. Dionklyn. Buston,
Chlrak'O. M Louis and all the large cities and town of the Kh-i. 1,1 lit thltilteu here, Museum, Meu
fc-erie and Circus In their entirely aud positively WITHOUT CI" I.TAILMEM.
WHEN BAKNUM COMES
You may see the moot famous aud accomplished La ly Riders In the world, luc'.nding
Madame Ptxkiill in licr Thrilling act on 4 ami 6 Bareback Horses.
uinive M a. RTII A ifrom UerliTi). If D.vihle Mn7e Art; MIS' EMMA LAKE 'America's Side-Saddle
Oaeeu.: MADAME NELSON. SloNolflA MARcfcLLUS, M Ll.K LEONE, MADAME NEYUAARO
audothers. AV1.JJEX BAKXTJM COMES
UUNDUEUf OK SKW FKATUHKsi
Added te the principal attractions of former seasons. Among the moat uotahle may be namul
45 YEAES BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dr. C. McLANEB
are not recommcnJcd as a remedy "lor all
the ilia that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, an J all Billions com
plaintb, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No Letter cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWAftE OP IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLane's Liveu Pill.
Lach wrapper bears the siL'ne tures of C.
McLane and Fleming Bros.
!"fInsist upon having the genuine Du.
C. McLane's Livek Pills, prepared by
FLE1IIMG BEOS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but 6ame
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, September 20, 10 a. m.
Pork November, $13 07; January,
Com October, 41; September, 40
Oats October, 29 September, 29,
Wheat-October and November, 03.
Chicago, September 20, 13 m.
Pork-October, $17 73; Nov. $13 00;
Jan. $12 47 if
Corn October, 40; November, 41,5';
Oats October, 292S1; November
80J; September, 30 f.
Wheat-October, 93 ; November, 93? ;
September, 9 3 g.
Testimonial to Mr. Fellows.
"11TE. the undernltrncd. clergymen of thoMetho-
1 llit Church in Nova Scotia, liavlne ned the
i'KL'P OF IIYPOPHOSPHITE3. prepared by
preparation known a
ClKLf Or' HiPOl'HOSPIlITES, pi
Mr. James I. Fellowe. Chemist, St. John, N. B, or
bavlnjf. known ca.ca wherein lta effect") were bene
ficial, believe it be a reliable remedy for the dis
ease for w hich It u recommended.
JAMES U. ilENMOAR,
Pref . of Conference'
Ex-Pn:a. of Conference.
JOHN A. MOSIIER,
JOHN V. HOWIE,
STEPHEN F. HCESTIS,
ALEX. W. NICHOLSON,
CKANSWIi K JOsT.
COMPOUND SYRUP OP HYPOPIIOS-PHITES.
Sttecdllv and permanentlv
the Iudc. bronchitis, consumption
tratlon. shortnesa of breath,
cures congestion of
hi-art, tremMinitof the hams aud limbs, physical
aud mental deDre.sion. loss of annetlte, loss of en
ertQ', lofsof n.emory. and will rapidly Improve the
weakened fuuettsus and orsans of the body,
w hlch depend for health upon semi-voluntary and
lnvoluntarv nervous action. It acts with vigor.
gentleness and subtlety, owing to the exquisite
barmonv of its ineredlents. akin to pure blood It
self. Its taste Is pleasant and Its effects perma
Look ont tr the name and address, J. I. FEL-
I tW st .T..)iiv N 11 . nn thi! vullnw wraoner iu
water mark, which u seen by Wdiug the paper
belore the light.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Liverpool, Sept., 20, 2:00
Wheat and corn unchanged.
Gus Fowler Padnoah
Jno. Porter......- ..St Louis
Mv f'bolco St Louis
Bell Shreveport New Orleans
J. B. M. Keblor-...., St Loula
Charlei E 'bstock St Louis
Juo. 11 Maude.... Memphis
Ste. (ienevieve st Louis
Josh V. Throop kvansvllle
Florance Meyer Cluciunaii
THE A. M. E. CONFERENCE.
Sunday, Sept. 19.
Morning service, 11 o'clock a. m., opened
by singing on page 101, hymn 113; reading
21st psalm. Prayer by Rev. C. S. Jacobs,
of Bloomington, III.
Rev. J. W. Eada introduced Rt. Rev.
Bishop T. M. I). Ward, D. D.
Text: John 5th, 1st to 9th verse.
Theme Waitiug for tho Troubling ot
Tho news spread like wild fire that Bish
op Ward, tho great orator and theologian,
would preach at the A, M. E. church.
Thcro was a great rush to tho above men
tioned church, which was filled to its ut
Tho scrmo as usual, was delivered with
eloquence and power, carrying with it
force and truth.
A Cough, Cold, Catarrh of gore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results In some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitations are offer
ed for sale, many of which are injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes.
TnE Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall
Micu. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to tho afflicted upon SO days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
out delay, i
K. It. Springer.
AEI.IAL DIVE OR EAGLE
Thpiatn s.Mi.atloi of London. Paris and New York, In her
SVSOOP, crossing Immense pavillor. on
Mountlnif 'o the topmot height of the pavilion, from whlih she makes her AERIAL HEADFOREMOST
DlYE Into space, and Isalierward SHOT r ROM AN ENORMOUS CANNON.
WfilCN BARNUM COMES
Yon will see SKJVOR SEBASTIAN. thi Sensation Bareback Rider of the day. In his thrilling sensa
tional acts; IIKKR NEYOAARK. ORIN asd HLMS. WM. AYMAR. JOHN BATCI'.ELoR. the Cham
pion Leaper, th NELSON FAMILY, the LEOTARDS, the CARRoLS, ond a Circus Company the
Best Artists of Kurope or America.
WHEN BARNUM COMES
Yon mar Ife his wondrful troop of STRAINED STALLIONS, to which have been added T IMPORTED
' TRICK STALLIONS, and the WONDERFUL FIRE-IIORsK "SALAMANDER."
V HEN BARNUM COMES
Yon mar se the Reautlful Performing S'a "LANDSEER."
WHEN BARNUM COMES
You mav admire and wonder at bis
YOKE OF PERFORMING OXEN,
who accomplish all the feats and erolutlous, tricks, etc., performed by the most Intelligent traiucd
"""WHEN BARNUM COMES
i You will seo and admire
MADAME NELSON AND HER FLOCK OFTRAINED DOVES.
WHEN BARNUM COMES
Yon will sse a vast Monagerlo full of specimens of theanlmal creatlou never b. fo-ucihlhlted. Including
the LARGEST Hippopotamualu Amerlci, and thuonly real BEHEMOTH of the WMto Nllo.
WHEN BARNUM COMES
Yon will see a Museum of SO.urt CURIOSITIES, Itic'udtng tin' Monkey Hand, a Lady Dregtd In (ilaa,
.i.AiJil. i u!.i DiiuMti M.ti.ihii Dwarf: COSTKNTENUS. the Tatocd Greek: Wouderfil An
tomata. and thousand! ofolilects of wonder, amusement and Instruction, thutcanuot aven bo named lu an
advertisement. . .
WHEN BARNUM COMES
Yon will see tt o'clock a. m. the GRAND FREE STREET SHOW and Glltterlug Painu pasting
through tho principal tUoroughluros. .
WHEN BARNUM COMES
Yon will toe Evurj thing Advertised and ten timet more, Seating capacity of Exhibition Tent,
Doors open at I mm (1:80 r, ni Performances at 8 and 3 p.m., tnui giving an uouraua a huirto view
the Menngerlo aud Museum before the vveiilng purformauce begins
AHmiMMinn no reins, i iiiori.n unfiup nin... hn r nrii'e. iieserveu neuis u cuiu.s uattii
THE LIFE OK BARNUM, written by himself, up to 1;W. will be lor sale on the grounds and In the
tcnu Price IH) cents, cloth i paper, in cents. "Lion .luck," .Mr. Barnum's latest story, prints TS cents,
For the accommodation of Indies, children and all who desire to avoid the crowd surrounding the ticket
toanons on the thev grounds, Mr. Iliuniim will otivn a ticket iftlcoou the day of the exhibition, for the
ale of Tlckota and Reserved Snl t the usual slight advance at
PAIL 0. SllinrS DRUG STORE.
Ladles, children and oltaert wishing to avoid the crowd In tho etonlng ore advised to attend the after
toon Jihlbltlou, .
EXCURSION TRAINS on all KallriMils on thu day of Exhibition at
V ill exhibit In DtQuoix Sept. 91th, DatxtviLLi Sept, tUth,
"Noone can be sick when the stomach, blood,
liver and kidnevt are beuithy and liop Bitters
keep them so."
"The greatest BO'.trihl!ie tonic, appetizer,
etreutheuer and curative on earth Hop Bitters
"It is impossible to remain loni; sick or out
of health, where Hop Bitters areused."
"Wbv do Hop Bitters core so much?" "Be
daiue they sive good digestion, rich blood, aud
healthy a tiun ol all the ortfaus.''
"No matter what your feelings or ailment Is,
nop Biltere will do you Rood."
Rcmembor.nop Bitters never does harm,but
good, always and continually."
"Purify the blood cleanse the stomach and
sweeten the breath with Hop Bittc.-s." ,
"Quiet nerves aud balmy sleep In Hop Bitters"
"No health with Inactive liver and urinary or
gans without Hop Bitters."
Hop Bitters Manufacturing Companv. Bochf s
ter, New York and Toronto, Ontario.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
J so. Porter
J.B. M. Kehlor
Jno. B. Maude
R. tt. Springer
. GENERAL NEWS
The City of Providence had a liht trip.
She had one of the shafts of the City of
The R. R. fcpringer passed up the Ohio
at noon yesterday.
The drummers' boat is still here, but we
believe she leaves tor the south to-day.
The Chouteau will be found at the wharf
this morning for New Orleans.
The Fannie Tatum passed for St. Louis
last night. She shipped considerable
freight by the immortal Ilillman, the iron
LEXAXDEU COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F Bross, President.
P, N'EPr, Vice-President.
II. Wkixs. Cashier.
T. J. Ksutii, Assistant Caeuler.
F. Bross. Cairo; William Klusre, Cairo;
Peter Net)', Cairo: William Wolf, Cairo;
C. M. Osterloh, Cairo; K L. Bllllngsler, St. Louis
E. Buder, Cairo; J. Y. Clenison, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid In the
Saviui! Department. Collections tnado and all
buslntss promptly atteuded to.
The Simplest, Surest and Most Reliable
Pure Distlhed Extract of WITCH HAZEL,
Carefully prepared; Thoroughly reliable; Full
strength: and equal In size of bottle to any made.
Cures sprains, bruises, swellings, chaflugs, cuts,
wounds, bums, scalds, acald-head. piles, salt rheum
skin eruptions, sore eyes, sore mouth, neuralgia,
Inilanimutory swellings, sore throat and for acblug
pain it Is undoubtedly the greatest healing prepar
tion ever used. Numerous testimonials can be
procured If desired.
Six ounce hot Hub ij cents; pint bottlos, SO cents;
CO FIFTY CKNT8. 50
Full Hot. bottlos . Bost Combination .
Risley's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil.
With Uvpophotphtto' Lime and Soda, with Pepslne
It l highly recommend"d by phvslclnnt as the
most effectual and reliable remedy for roughs,
colds, bronchitis, general debility, etc. Agreeably
flavored, I'luasaut to take, auu can Do retained
oa the we aUesistomaca.
Scrofulus swellings, carbunscle and boils,
blotches, pimples and eruptions, enlarged
glands, internal soreness, torpid liver and
general clogged condition of tho system, all
yield in due time to nature's sovereign rem
edy Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery. Sold around the world by druggists
and chemists. Foreign trade supplied from
London branch. World's Dispensary Med
ical Association, proprietors. Buffalo, N. Y.,
It. V. Pierce, M. D.President.
West Blue Mound, Wis., March 8, 1870.
Dr. It. V. Pierce Dear Sir Having suf
fered many weary months from liver com
plaint without relief. I was last summer in
duced to tiy your Golden Medical Discov
ery aud Pellets. At the time I was scarce
ly able to walk. Owing to their effect I
commenced to improve rapidly, and am
now as well and strong as ever. I thank
you from the depths of my heart for tho
irood they have done mo and wish you all
success- Yours truly, Mrs. S. Staoner.
The Florence Nightingale of the
Nursery The following Is nn estrac
from a letter written to the German Rcfotn
Messenger, at Chnmbersburgh, Penn :
Just open tho door for her, nd Mrs.
Winslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this we
are so sure, that wo will teach our "Susye
to say, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for
helping her to survive and escape the grin
ing, colicking, and teething Beige. Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from pain, and cures dysentery aud
diarrhoea. It softens the gums, reduces
inflammation, cures wind colic, and carrys
the infant safely through the teething
period. It performs precisely what shes
professes to perform, every part (of it not
ing less. We have never seen Mr3.
Winslow know her only through tho
preparation of her "Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething." If wo had tho power
we would make her, as she is, a physical
savior to the infant race. Sold by all
druggists. 33 cents a bottle. (2)
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
GOLDSTINE AND ROSENWATER,
No. 130 and 1S3 Commcrical av.
The Bishop was interrupted in his sermon
by the cry that the foundation of the church
was giving way. A general confusion fol
lowed for a few minutes in tho congrega
tion, but was quieted by the great presence
if mind of tho several ministers, who began
to sing, after which tho Bishop resumed
his sermon and finished, giving entire satis
faction to all present.
May the dear Bishop live long, and be
the instrument in God's hands of doing
3 O'CLOCK P. MT
Opened at court-houso by singing on
pago 250, hymn C10. Prayer by Rev. F.
Myers, of Dubuque, la.
Rev. J. W. Eads, of Jacksonville, 111.,
announced for his text Rev. 1 :18.
Tho reverend gentleman delivered an
able aud masterly sermon from the above
After services Rev. J. Perkins announced
that tho conference would convene at 9 :o0
o'clock on Monday, Sept. 20, at the M. E.
church on Eighth street.
7 :30 OX'lock P. M.
Opened by singing. Prayer by Rev. P.
Cooper, of Alton.
Rev. E. C. Joiner, of Quincy, 111., selected
for a text Rev. 23:10.
The sermon was attended with the power
of God, and was mantested by several in
the congregation raising their hand to be
Monday, Seit. 20Tn 190.
Devotional exercises conducted by Rev
J. M. Townsend, secretary of the Home and
Foreign missionary society of A. M. E.
church. Sinjzinff pa'ro 391 pray.'r and read
ing 14 ralm, after which the roll was
called by the secretary. The following
brethren answered to their names as
G. C. Booth, J. M. Eads, Henry Brown,
Joseph Perkins, C. S. Jacobs, J. W. Ma-
lone, E. C. Joiner, W. J. Davis, G. II. Hann
W. II. Brown, J. B. Dawson, P. C. Cooper,
M. W. Beckley, Smith Nichols, R. Holly,
H. Dupugh, S. F.Jones, II. C. Burton, G.
W. Peyton, C. Holmes, G. E. Haithman, A.
R. Ward, J. W. II. Jackson, J. T. Nease,
R. S. Denning, E. C. Freeman, W. It. Alex
ander, F. Myers, Thomas Johnson, T. A.
Cheek, Lewis Alexander, II. Simons, A.
Perkins, N. J. McCracken, G. W. Rhyne
hart, William Lee, A. T. Hall, H. Marley,
J. D. Petorsou, William Shepherd, George
Benson, J. W. White, S. Hutchinson, F. J.
Peterson, It. Knight. '
Rev. J. Williams of the California Con
ference, and Rev. C. S. Smith, ot the Pitts
burg Conference, were hero introduced to
the Conference in session.
Only about half of the brethren had
given in their reports from their several
charges, when the time arrived to adjourn.
Rev. C. S. Smith, of the Pittsburg Con
ference, will preach at the court-house at
7:30 P. M. to-day.
the evening service
of the A. M. E. Conference ws held at
Rick's Chapel. The change from Court
House was on account of court session com
Service opetied by singing, pago 10,hymn
1st. Prayer by Rev. It. Knight, of Knox
Rev. C. S. Smith, of Pittsburg conference
was introduced by Rev. J. Perkins.
Tho Reverend gentleman selected for a
text Matt. 11th chapter, 18th and 10th
verses; theme "inconsistency of man
kind." Tho above-mentioned church was crowd
ed to hear tho great eastern preacher ex
pecting to hear something new, and was
not disappointed, for in his sermon he pre
sented somo very strong points. !
Preaching to-morrow evening in Rick's
Chapel at 7 :30 o'clock.
NO ONE CAN BREATHE WITH
Air impregnated with the seeds of fever
and ague, unless provided with a medicinal
safeguargd against the ruinous disorder.
That time-honored and highly sanctioned
preventive, Hostctter's Stomach Bitters, has
won by merit the first place among medi
cinal preparations of an anti-spasmodic'
action, ana is particularly esteemed in
localties where the scrourge of fever and
ague is most scverly felt.
A course of this benign remedy invaria
bly results in expelling all traces of the
febrile virus from tho sytem, and as the
medicine is purely botanic and free trom all
deleterious ingredients, it is much to be
preferred to quinine or other precribed
remedies; the effect of which is temporary,
aud which are calculated to produce bane
ful effects. As a tonic and alterative the
Bitters a'e incomparable, fortifying the
system against disease, and regulating its
various functions with certainty and speedi
ly. Its effects are not transitory, but per
manent ana decisive.
I have been greatly troubled with my
kidneys and liver for oyer twenty years,
and during that entire time I was never
free from pain. My medical bills were
enormous, and I visited both the Hot and
White Springs, noted for the curative quali
ties of the water. I am happy to say I am
now a well man, and entirely as the result
of Warner's Sate Kidney and Liver Cure.
Not only this, but my little daughter has
been cured of St. Vitus' dance by Warner's
Safe Nervine, which I always keep in my
family. With such glorious results I am
only too glad to testify regarding the reme
dies which have made me so happy.
Uev. P. F. Markleb.
Coal Run Crossing, Ark.
THE SIZE OF BARNUM'S SHOW.
"The Greatest Show on Earth" employs
400 men and 200 horses, and men and
horses all live on the ground. One of the
appliances of the show is the dining tent,
where tho regiment of employes is fed.
There are seven horse tents, where the
horses are stabled in stalls with canvan par
titions, with canvas mangers. It is a sight
well worth seeing, the paraphernalia of this
great enterprise. When on tho road Bar
num travels entirely by rail nearly 100
cars being used. What a pilgrimage they
do make every season ! No caravan of the
east ever traveled so far or
much pleasure and happiness in
50 pieces, all wool Dress Cashmeres,
elegant goods and double width, in all tho
prevailing shades, including Bronze Pea
cock, Gen d' arme, Heliotrope and Sap
phire, &c, at 4 cents per yard worth 75
cents. 23 pieces, imported Momie Cloth
in all the prevailing shades, at 27 cents per
yard worth 43 cents. Theso goods are a
great bargain, ond all those in want ot
Dress Goods, should avail themselves of
Couons. "Browns Bronchial Troches
are used with advantago to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years these Troches have
been iu uso, with annually tacroasimr furor.
They aro not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant use for
nenrly an entire (feneration, they have at
tainod well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies ot the age.
I found Dr. Bull's Couijh Syrup to be a
most effectual remedy, and feel sure that
tho most stubborn cough and cold will
yield to its healing influence. Frask S.
Price Now Orleans, Aujj. C, IS .5.
Is used with L'reat success by physicians
as a substitute for Sulphate Quinine in all
cases where the latter is indicated, because
it dues not produce headache or disagree
with the stomach. The dose is the same
and the price is only 11.30 per ounce. Drug
gists generally have it for sale, or it will bo
sent by postugo prepaid, on receipt ot price
by Billings, Clapp & Co., Chemists, Bos
A PASTOR MADE HAPPY.
Constipation, which gives rise to many
graver troubles, is cured and prevented by
Carter's little Liver Pills.
Fellow's Syrup ot Hypophosphites saved
the life of my wife, after her case became
apparently hopeless from tubercular con
sumption. II. L. Harding. Nelsouville, O.
Not so fast my fried ; if you could see tho
strong, healthy, blooming men, women
and children that have been raised from
bed cf sickness suffering aud almost death,
by the uso of Bop Bitters, you would say
"Glorious and invalublo remedy." See an
other column. Philadelphia Press.
A number of first-class bricklayers can
obtain employment at good wages by ap
plying to Henry Stout, corner Second
street and Commercial avenue.
ANTRIM, THE TAILOR,
has opened at 103 Commercial avenue, op
posite Schuch's drug store, with a new and
complete stock of merchant tailoring goods,
and has employed the services of Mr. M. W.
Carr, of St. Louis, as cutter Ho would be
pleased to have all his old friends aud cus
tomers, call and cxamino his stock of piece
goods. All orders shall have prompt at
tention, and prices maJo at bottom rock.
Call and see us. Particular attention given
to cleaning and repairing. Antrim, , t
TO 1NIO0 A YEAR, or to
your own localltr
omen do as well
Many make mor
above. No ono can fail to-
make money fast. Any ono can do the work. Ton
can make from rK to ti an hour by devoting your
evenings and spare time to the basinets. It cot
nothing to try the business. Nothing like It tor
money making ever offered before. Business ples
atl and strictly honorable. Reader. If yon want to
know a. I abont the best paying business bfore tke
Rublle, send ns your address and we will send you
ill particulars and private term re;iamples)
worth l!S also free; you can then make np roar
mind for yourself. Addrew OKORUB gTINftoN