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HE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 16, 1830.
NEW SERIES NO. 91.
of the leading busiues houses whose advertise
ments may bo found In Tin Dui.i.ktin .
C. O. Patler & Co., Commercial avenue aud Nine
Yocum Brodcrlck, Wash. Ave, cor. Eighth.
New York Store. C. O. Puller ii C., Cur. Nine
teenth ami Commercial.
Dr. .1. II. Mar-an: office, 110 Commercial avermo.
Did, Leach & Wheeler, Eighth (ttrect,
Dr. W. C. Jocclyn, Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. E. W. Wbltlock, 1M Commercial avcnus.
II. II. Cundee, No. T'lOhloleveefnp stairs).
K'lultutilu Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and
City National, Ohio levee.
John Sprout, comer Twelfth and Lcvcc.
K. C. Ford. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
C ENEKAL DELIVERY open . :SU a. m.; doses
I 6:jp.m.; Sundays to l a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
at ! . m.
Through Express Malls via Illluol Central
Mississippi Contral Railroads close at ') to.
Cairo find IVvilur Bluff Through and Way Mall
cmn at 1 p. ni.
Way Mall via Illinois Central. Cairo and Via
cei.iif. and Mlss.ssippl Central Railroads close at
V A'i p. m.
Way Ma.l I,r Narrow Gauge Rnllroad closes at
fe:? . m.
Cairo and EvansvUle Klver Route closes at 2:80
p. m. da'.iv (except Friday).
Mayor V. B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer Edward Ik-zunlo.
CletK Dennis. J. Foley.
'om;selor--Wm. B. (lllbtrt.
Attorney William Hendricks.
KOAKU OP ALDEHXE.
First Ward-M J. Howler.
Second Ward-David T. Ltnegar, C. K. Wood'
Third Ward-W. I. Wrtstit. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patler. James Kytaiton
Fifth Ward-T. W. lUUlday, Ernest B. Petttt.
Circuit Jiidgc-D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk J. A. Heovcs.
County Jude It. S. Yocunl
County Clerk S. J. llumin.
County Atiorny W. C. Mn!k-y.
County Treasurer Miles W. Parker.
Coroner K. Fitz2era.a.
County Commissioner T. W. llalllday, J A.
M. Olbbs, Samuel Brilcy.
AritlCAN M. E. Fourteenth street, between
Walnut and Cedar strveU : servires Sabbath 11
a. m. and :' p. m.; Sunday School 1:30 p. m.
CHRISTIAN Eighteenth street; meeting Sab
bath It):)W p. m. j preaching occasionally.
CUCHCH OF TUB REDEEMER-fEplscopal)
Fourteenth street; Sunday Morning prayers
10:30 a. ra.; evening prayers, 7:Su p- m.: Sunday
choil9:30 a. m. Friday evening prayer 7 :l p. m.
1JMRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHtJHCU.
' Preachlig at 10:3(1 a. m., 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
habhatb school at 7:30 p. ru. Rev. T. J. Shores,
JCTHKRAN-Thlrteenth street; services Sab
j bath 1:30 a. m.; Sunday school 2 p. m. Rev.
METHODIST Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets;
Preaching Sabbath 10:40 a m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
School, H a. m. Rev. Whlttaker, pastor.
1)RKSBYTE HI AN Eighth street: preaching on
Sabbath at 11:10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wcdntsdav at 7:40 p.m.; hunduy School
at 3 p. Hi. Rev. U. Y. George, pastor.
SECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST Ptfteerui
street, between Walnut and Cedar streets; ser
vices Sabbath at i and 7:30 p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:30a.
m. ; Sunday School at i p. m.; Vespers i p. m. ; ser
vices every day at 8 p. m.
QT. PATRICK'S Homan Catholic) Corner Ninth
O street and Washington avenue; services Sab
bath 8 and 10 a. ru.; Vesper 3 p. m. jgnnday School
2 p. m.; services every day at S p. mi'Vev. P. Zabel,
"WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE IM
? ION, hold Ita regular weekly nieetlug In
th hall of the Cairo Temperance Reform Clnh, ev
cry Thursday uflenioon, at li:3H o'clock. Every
body is Invited to attend.
II. MAREAN, M. D
Homeopathic Fhysician and Surgeon.
Office 140 lo amerclal avenuo. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
J)R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OrncB No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Elgath Street, near Commercial Avenne.
QOQ week In your own town, $5 outfit free. No
JkiiiirtsR. Keauer, II you warn a ousinoss ai
which persona of either sex ran make grewi
ay all the time the? work, wrlto for particular to
. UAL.L& n a ju roruana.
GO FIFTY CKXTS. DO
Full 12 oz. bottles. Beet Combination.
Rislcy's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil.
With II ypophoephttci Lime and Soda, with Pepslno
It Is highly recommended by physicians as the
most effectual and reliable remedv for coughs,
colds, bronchitis, general debility, etc. Agreeably
flavored. Pleasant to take. And can ho retained
on the we akeststomacti.
The Simplest, Surest and Most Reliablo
Pure Distilled Extract of WITCH HAZEL,
Carefully prepare; Thoronghly reliable! Full
strength: and equal In size of bottle to unv ninilc
Cures sprains, bruises, awelllugs, chilling.', tuts,
wouuds, biirus,scul(ls,scald-huad, piles, salt i Ileum
skin eruptions, sore eyes, sore month, neuralgia,
lntlammatory swellings' sore throntnnd for aching
pain It Is undoubtedly the greatest heiillug prepnr
tlon ever used. Numerous testimonials can bo
procured If desired.
Bit ounce bottles 'i! cents pint bottles, 50 cents;
Assurance Society of
10 BROADWAY ISTIW YOK1C
The Popularity of the Equitable Life Assurance Society,
indicated by the fact that for Eleven years its average an
nual New Business has been larger than that of any other
Company in the world, is due, in a great measure, to its well
known promptness in the payment of Death Claims, audits
rule never to take advantage of technicalities where an
equitable claim exists.
As a GUARANTEE of this, and to counteract the perni
cious influence of a technical policy, adhered to by man?
companies, the Equitable makes ALL ITS POLICIES, old and
new, throughout the United States.
After the policv has been in force for three vears.
"The Equitable Life has paid since its organ
ization to January 1st, 51,882,736, and
closed its books upon that date without a con-
tested or past due claim.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
T0XT1NE SAVINGS FUND POLICY.
And thereby to popularize life
liy the late report of the Insurance Commissioner for the
states of Massachusetts and New York, the Equitable Life
Assurance Society shows the following strong points:
FIRST The Equitable has a larger ratio of assets to lia
l Cities than any of the leading companies.
SECOND The Equitable saved more of its income last year
than any other company.
THIRD The Equitable's death rate was less last year than
any other of the leading companies.
FOURTH The Equitable realizes a higher rate of rent, or
interest, on real estate than any other company.
The Society takes pleasura in referring to the following well known business
men insured in the soeiety, composing tin
ADVISORY HOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
TII08. W. IIALLIDAV, Cashier City National
Fit AN K L. (lALHiHEK, Cairo City mills.
J. M. PHILLIPS, President Halllday & Phillip
PAl'LO. SCUU1I, Wholesale and retail drug
gist. WILLIAM STUATTON, of Stratton A Bird
WALTON W.WRIGHT, of (1. 1). Williamson,
b Co., lloat Stores and Commission merchant
FHANK n()WE. of C. M. Howo Bros., pro
visions und produce.
ERNEST I. l'ETTIT, Groceries, queenswaro
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
the above Board or to
IE. A. BURNETT, Agent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W.N'.CRA INK. General Manager for Illinois, Iown, Nebraska, and the
Territories, lt)U Dearborn Street. Chicago.
A T T Jl T TUT)
the United States.
insurace to a degree before
SIMPSON H . TABEH, of Tabcr llros., mann
WILLIAM V. LIPI'ET, Assistant postmaster.
W. K. GOHLSON. Dry goods, fancy goods aud
Tnos S. TARR, General merchandise and
JACOn lU'IiGEK.of Burger Bros, dry goods
JOHN SPROAT, Proprietor "Sprout Refrig
GEO R.'.LENTZ, Superintendent Cairo City
HERBERT MACKIE, of A. Mucklu Co.'
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
Tho "trimmings" are coarse shavings and mako
the best summer wood for cooking purposes as well
as the cheapest ever sold In Cairo. For black
miih's use in setting tires, they are unequalled.
Leavo your orders at the Tenth street wood yard
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIltO - - ILLS
i 1 o
l TT Z
3 J $ A
I U 1ST 25
6 - i E g
WHOLESALE WINES AST) LIQUORS.
Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD BOrREOX AND EYE WniSKIES,
French Brandv, Etc.
2Co. 13T Ohio Levee.
Open at all Hours, Day and Xifflit,
"The Richent Blood. Swtetest Breath, and
Fairest Skin in Hop Bitters.
'A little Hop Bitters saves big doctor bill and
"That invalid wife, mother. s;tcr or child
can be made the picture of health with Hop
When worn down and ready to take your bed
Hop Bitters is what you need.
"Don't physic and phvsic. for It weaken and
deatrovs, but take Hop Bitters that build up Con
tinually. "Physicians of all schools use and recommend
Hop Bitters. Test them,
"Health Is beauty and Joy Hop Bitter give?
health :iud beauty,
"There ar? more cures made with llvp Eittere
than all other uiedlciucs.
"When the braiu Is wearied, the nerves nu
strung, the muscles weak, use Hop Hitters.
"That low, nervous fevr. want of sleep and
weakness, calls for Hop Bitttora
Hop Cough Cure awl Pain Relict' is Ploiisaut.
FOR SALE BY ALL URCGGISTS.
1 1 ii (lords mu eruat nleasure to bear textlmnnv in
the benefits I have received from uslnir Follows'
Compound Svrupnf Hypophosphite. fhave rec
ommended it to many of mv friends, nnd It has
proved an excellent curative for Nervousues und
General Debility. It Is also a first class Tonic ena
bles a person Intake on llesh rapidly, and Is free
from the constliatlugcffectseharacterltlc of other
ionics i nave irieu, iik.mu dUUSTUS,
Read Dr. Earle's Testimonial.
Mh. Jamks 1. Fiii.i.ows, Manuf.iclurlng Chemist.
KlH.Fnr several months mist I havy used votir
Compound Syrup In the treatment of Incipient
Phthisis, Chronic Bronchitis ami other Alleetlons
of the Chest, n ml I have no hesitation in stating
that it rank foremost amongst the remedies used lu
thosndlseasi's, Huiug an excellent nervous Tonic,
It exerts adlrect Influence on the Nervous system,
and through It, it Invigorates tho hodv. II affords
mo pleasure to recommend a remedy which Is real
ly good In cases for which It Is lutcmled, when so
many advertised am worse than useie.s.
lam, sir, yours truly, Z, S. KAKLIS, Jn.Jl. V.
It cures AHthma Loss of Voice. Neuralirla. St.
Vitus' Banco, h'plloptle, Fits, Whooping Cough,
Nervousness, and Is a most wonderful adluuct lu
other remedies lu sustaining life durlug tho pro
cess Ol iiipmriu.
uo uoi nu useriveii ny remedies Hearing a simi
lar name ; no til her preparation is a
Milistlluto tor tills under any
SOLD BY ALL URl'UOISTS.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, October 13, 10 a. m.
Pork November, 12 57; January,
Corn November, 400; October
Oats November, C0c; December,
Wbcat November, $1 01, Ij'; December,
1 0:3. -
CurcAoo, October 15, 12 m. .
Pork Novembsr, 13 5512 GO;
January, ?12 95; October, f IS 25.
Oats October, 'M$c ; November, GOc.
Com November, 41c; October, -10c.
Wheat -October, $1 01; November,
1 02; December, 1 04.
Chicago, October 15, 1 p. m.
Pork Octolicr, fliJ 25.
' Lard October, $3 40.
Wheat October, 1 01; December,
$1 04?8'; November, 1 028'1 02..
Corn Octolier, 40c; November, 41c.
Oats -October, 334'c; November, 30c.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, October. 15, 12:15, r. m.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Chicago, $1 10
(1 17; No.2 Milwaukee, 1 1C1 17; red
wiuter.fi 121 20; No. 2 red winter,
II 19M(&1 18$.
Corn quiet -No. 2, Oo'c.
LrvEiiPOOL, October 15, 2:00 p. m.
Wheat firm winter 9s 2d9s Cd;
Spring, Ss 4d9s 4d; California average,
8s 9d9s 8J; California club, 9s 8J
Corn New 5s 3d.
INCREASED REGISTRATION IN NEW
YORK AND BROOKLYN.
New York, Oct. Oct. 14. The increased
registry in New York and Brooklyn en
courages the democrats. The managers say
it is largely due to the splendid organiza
tion for the purpose of bringing out the
voters to register effected by Tammany hall
The democrats are very jubilant over the
result. The total registration for the two
days is 145,270; for the four days in 1879 it
was 107,837. At this rate the registry will
Colcmdcs, Oct. 14. The republican state
committee have returns from 84 counties
out of 83 which show republican gains of
8,599, and democratic gains, 0,731 ; net re
publican gain for Townsend, secretary of
state, is 1,818. At' the democratic head
quarters returns have been gathered from
various sources so that now all couutics
have been heard from. Accordiug to these
figures, the democratic gains for Lang, sec
retaty of state, arc 8,903; gains for Towns
sen.is, republican, are given at 0,144,
net democratic gain, 2,849.
Wheeling, W. Va.,Oct. 14.-Only a few
counties in this state have reported the re
suit of tho vote of Tuesday iu addition to
those given yesterday. No reports of any
consequence have been received Ironi the
great Kanawha valley region, where the
greenback vote is principally located. The
result of the vote iu the state, therefore, is
the merest guesswork. If the greenback
vote in the state does not exceed 15,000,
Jackson's democratic plurality for governor
will be about 10,000. Tho democrats here
are claiming tho state by from 12,000 to
15,000, aud tho chairman of the republican
state committee concedes it by 8,000. In
1870 tho democratic majority in tho state
was upwards of 14,000.
UEX. HANCOCK NOT IN THE LEAST
New York, Oct. 14. -The Evening Tele
graph reports an interview with Gen. 'Han
cock as follows:
Turning to the gentlemen in tho reception
room the general remarked that ho hoped
to get some dispatches direct from his
friends in Indiana. He did not thiuk the re
publicans had a tight to claim such a largo
majority in that state as had been represent
ed in tho figures telegraphed all over tho
country by the associated press.
Tho reporter inquired of Oen. Hancock
t he thought tho republican victory in tho
state election in Indiana was any good
reason for believing that the stato would go
republican in tho presidential election?
"No reason at all," was tho emphatic
reply. "There wero local issues at stake
in Indiana which would have no ctYcct in
a national political contest.'1
Ono ot tho gentlemen presented said:
"Then you are not all discouraged, general"
"I havo not thought of being despondent,"
was tho reply with somo warmth. Oen.
Iancock further expressed himself as not
being disappointed with tho"result in Ohio.
Tho reporter found Oen. W. T. Mitchell,
ono of Oen. Hancock's staff officers, at tnilU
tary headquarters on Governor's island. '
When asked about tho probable orTect of
tho republican victories in tho state elec
tioas in Ohio and Indiana on the presi
dents! contest, ho replied politely: "I
am an army officer, and as such have no
right to take an active part in political mat
ters. Therefore I do not wish to have any
opinions quoted in theso newspapers. But
I can tell you that I never saw Gen Han
cock in better spirits than he is to-day. Ho
is not in the least discouraged."
Indianapolis, Oct. 14. Returns from 85
counties give a net republican majority on
the stato ticket of G.889. Tho counties to
hear from are Hancock, Noble, Perry, Tip
ton, Spencer and Union, all democratic ex
cept Union. The counties gave in 187G a
net democratic majority of 1,500, which,
with no changes from that vote, would give
the republicans a majority on the state tick
et of 5,325. The contest in tho fifth con
gressional district is very close and will re
quire the official vote to determine the re
sult. Tho republicans claim it by a small
majority, which would give tho republicans
nine congressmen to four democrats. The
present delegation stands six republicans,
6ix democrats and ono national. From the
most reliable returns received up to this
evening, the legislature will stand as fol
lows: Senate, 25 democrats, 25 republicans;
house, 43 democrats and 57 republicans; a
majority of 4 on joint ballot.
A TRAMP EDITOR.
He was short and seedy-looking, and hi
foot gear wore the usual signs of distress.
His red whiskers wero a lighter but not a
brighter red than his face; his whole phy
siognomy was rubicund. He rubbed his
hands with pleasure as he steadied himself
against the "bank" and exclaimed, in a soft
voice, "Well, it gives me pleasure to rind
myself among gentlemen of the press; I feel
like a fish in the water again."
"You are a printer?" we usked.
"No; editorial!" was the dignified re
sponse. We started, and then smiled. Wo had
seen treen tramp pi inters, tramp hatters,
tramp shoemakers, tramp almost everything,
as well as tramps absolute, but never had a
tramp editor introduce himself.
He went on : "I went to Detroit with
recom mendation9 tothc Free Press; but
there being no opening there, Mr. Quinby
advised me to look further West, in tho
interior. Are you in need of any assistance
iu that line?"
We gently explained to tho deluded in
dividual how it would be as reasonable to
expect that a proprietor of a peanut stand
would employ a twelve hundred dollar book
keeper, as that the publisher of a country
newspaper would hire an editor. The idea !
when a good pair of scissors can be pnr
chased for forty cents, aud paid for in ad
vertising. A thought struck us. "Can you
write greenback editorials?" We asked.
"Oh, certainly," was the reply.
"Then perhaps wo can direct you to a
job. A greenback paper has just been
started here, and they need an editor. They
need some one who can writo an editorial
that a common ordinary individual can find
head or tail to; something that ono can un
derstand without an interpreter. They are
going to beat us at tho election next Mon
day, and you would havo a chance at some
glorification editorials. You should go
and apply for the situation, by all means.
Dish 'em lively, nnd then we will send 'em
back to you, and we can havo somo fine,
We looked up from the work on which
we were engaged and ho was gone. Wo
understand somebody afterward gave him
a pass over the narrow gauge to Lawton.
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING UNCALLED
KOR IN TI1K POSTOKKICE AT CAIRO, ILL.,
FRIDAY OCTOBER 15, 1830.
Bailey, Katy; Brooks, Jennie; Burns,
Mrs. John; Barker, Mrs. Fanny; Coylc,
Jennie; Clay, Mary; Clarkson, Mrs. M;
Dunwood, Susie; English, Anna; Harris,
Tennessee; Jennigane, Mrs; Ilesler, Mrs;
Levi, Louisa; Listen, Mary; Mays, Helen;
Moore, Anna B; Parker, Maggie; Rogers,
Mrs. Frank; Rossman, Minnie; Snow,
EllaD.; Scott, Mary; Stone, Joanna; Stals
wortli, Mary; Thompson, Ella B.; White,
Lizzie; Washington, Mollio; Wright, El-
en; Wade, Laura.
Ancher, N. O ; Aiusden & Co., O. M ; Arm
strong, Daniel; Butler, Wm; Bedford, Saul;
Bishop, Osker; Brown, Nelson; Bird, J. Q.;
Barry, J no. ; Bant, Cruce ; Bradley, Charley ; '
Cammell, P. II; Cook, John E; Cole, Jas.
J.; Campbell, John ; Coffee, George; Cooper,
Samuel; Domcnico, Gallcna; Griffin, Jas,;
Gi'.morc, E. II.; ITorgis, Thomas; Harris,
Reed; Hyllycn, M. C; Harmon, Lourena;
Hubard, John; Hall, J. W.;
Hansen, E. R; Henry, Geo; Jenkcns, O.
T; Jefferson, H; Kinrod, F; Lee, Frank
L; Louis, John; Mahoney, Thos; Mills,
Plinny; Marshall, J. A; Molenc, G. W;
Moeller, Charles; Newberry, J. T; Oats, J.
C; Parker, Milby; Phillips, John; Ray, Wm;
Russell, Joseph; Steel, F; Schtnerkor, J. J;
Shcrod, John; Smith, Jno. P; Shelby, Chan;
Thomson, Henry; Taylor.E.T; Tatoui, B.F;
Woodworth, W. B; Wilkes, Harry.
Persons calling for any of the above- -
named letters, will plcaso say advertised.
Geo. W. McKeaiq, postmaster.
"Malt Bitters" aro Brain, Nervo and
tlnooil food, tiueullarlv adurttiut to. an,l
- - , g - -,
wnrmlv recommended hv mir nruconatd
and physicians for General Debility, Men
tal and Physical Exhaustion, Hysteria,
iservotisness, Meeplossness; fcmaciaJtoa aw