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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 17, 1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 05.
of tr.e leading ntiiincaa bouioi wboic advcrtio-u.-n.
niay be found la Tin Bulletin.
C. (). I'atlur&Co., Commercial ftvenue and Nine
Yoctim & Rroderlclc, Wah. Ave., cor. Eighth.
New York Htore, c. O. fatter A C , for. Nine
tcuili and Commercial.
Ur .1, II. Marian: nffiru. IWi Commercial aveiiun.
lJr. Leach Jfc Wheeler, Eighth street,
Dr. W. C. Jocelyn. Klehth near Commercial.
Dr K V Wbltlock, Commercial avenue.
II. II. Cniidee, No. TOOblo levee (tip t&ir).
fc'nullaMu Llfo, of Nw York, corner Twelfth and
Ciry National, Ohio levee.
'J 1.1 :-; Mali'.
JoliU Miroiit.iorni-r Twelfth and Levee.
K. C Ford. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
F.SEKAl. PKI.IVEHY open :. in.; eloei
l.I OMOpw.; Sunday: 8 to a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; clo
at 'i y. in.
I'brouKli Expre Ualla via Ulluola Central 1:40
Mlsslcsippi Cmul Railroad cloe at ftp. m.
Calm and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
r.icc at 1 jj. m.
Way Mall via Ullnoia Central. Cairo and Yin-c-i,
!!- and Mirf.t.lppt Central Railroad clme at
'rlA p.m. , ,
Way Mall fur Narro Gauge Railroad cloaca at
a : i. m.
Cfc.ro ai.d Evan.vllle River Route close at !i:30
p. in. da!iy (except Krldayi.
Vjor-N It. ThiMlewood.
'1 rvaj'irer Edward Deioula.
i itrk Dtnnl. J, Foley.
Counselor--Win. B. Gilbert.
Vamhal J C. Ulluv.
itoAHb or aijjiiuiis.
K1 r-t Ward .M. J. Rowley.
Se'-ond Ward-David T. Llncgar, C. U. W ood
Third Ward - W. I. Wri(bt. Egbert Smith,
fourth Ward --Charle O. I'atier. Jamet Kyi
K-.fa Ward-T. W. Ilalllday, Erne.t li. 1'et
f :rrnH Judge D. ! Baker.
Circuit Clerk-J A. Reave.
County J udireR H. Yocum.
County Clerk . J Uumin.
County Attorniy W. C. Malkey.
CountvTrewurvr Mile W. Parker.
Mitritf John Ilodife.
Cointy CoinnilMloner-T. . flalliday, J . A.
li. Oihb Samuel Urtley.
AFRICAN M. E. -Fourteenth Hreet. between
Walnut aud Cedar trect: aerrict Sabbath 11
a. m and 7 :V p. m. ; banday School 1 :9U p. tu.
CHRISTIAN-Elghtwnth ret; meeting sat
J faata 10:10 p. m.; preachlnf occionally.
MU'RCU OK TUE REDEEM ER-Kplacopal)
J Fourteenth atrtet; Bunaay Morning prayer
o 't) a. m.: evening prayer. 7:) p. m : Sunday
chooltt;: a.m. friuay evening prayer i:u p. m
vmrst Missionary baptist chcrch.-
r I'n-arhlML' at 10:) a. m.. t D. m., and 7:30 p. m
Sabbath achool at 7:30 p. ru. Rev. T. J. Shorn,
f CTIIERAN-Thlneenth ttreet; aervltei Sab-
Jj bath a. w.; SunUay acbooiip. m. iicv,
METHODIST Cor. Elchth and Walnot itreaU;
Preaching Halibatb io.M a. m. and 7 p.m.;
tirayer meeting. Welneday 7:: p. m.; Sunday
Srtiool, V a. m. iter, nmaaer, pamur
1)hESBYTERI AN Eighth Ptrect: preaching
Sabbath at 11 UI a. ru. and 7:3op. m.; pra
meeting Wedneadar at 7:lp. m.; Sunday Sch
at -1 p. m. Rev. U. Y. tieor;, pator.
SECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST - Ptfteetth
atroet. hrtwei-u Walnut and Cedar itrveU; (vr
vice. Sabbath at 3 and 7:30 p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S (Roman Cathollrl Corner CroM
and Walnut ftrecta; aer1( Sabbath 10 :30 a.
m. ; Sunday Schd at i p. m. ; Veaper 3 p.m.; er
ice. every day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
utreet and Wkuhlngton kvenue; aervlcea Sab
tmth 8 and in a. m. ; Veper a p. in. ; Bandar School
H p. m.; icrvlcea every day at 8 p. m. Rev. F. Zkbel,
WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE U t
y ION. hold Its regular weekly meeting In
the hall of the Cairo Temperance. Reform Club, ev
ry Thurailay allernoon, at 3:30 o'clock. Every
body l Invited to attend.
y II. MARE AN, M. D.,
Hoiueoiiathlc rhysidan and Surgeon.
Cfflce 140 Ut, amerclal avenue. Reidcnc corner
Fourteenth St. aud Waahlngton avenue, Cairo.
jyt. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Urnci-No. 13A Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
J)R. W. C. J0CELYN,
OFFK E-Elghlk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
AOO week In your own town, $3 outfit free. Mo
Ahhrlrk. Reader, If you want bualnoa at
which pomoni of either sex can make grel
Bay all the time they work, write for particular to
. UALLKTT A CO.. Portland.
TjO FIFTY CKNTS. OO
Full Vioi. bottle. Rent Combination.
Risley's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil.
With HypophophlUn Lime and Soda, withPcpsliio
It I highly recommended by phylclan n the
mont etluctunl and rullahlo remcdv for cough,
cold, lironchltlo goiicriil doblllty, etc. Agreeably
fliivored, 1'liiarHiil to take. And can be retained
mu the we akoatatomacb.
Tho Simplest, Surest ami Most Reliable
Pnre Dlatllled Extractor WITCn HAZEL,
Careftilly prepareil; Thoroughly reliable; Full
Mrength: and equal In alzeof liotllo tu unv mnde,
Cum pralu, brulae, (welling, rhnllnu. cutK,
wound, burn,ciild,cald-lumd, pllua, null I'lenm
kln eruption, vorneyei, nro- mouth, nnurnlglu,
luilammalory rwelllng, orc throat and for nchlng
tialu It I tindoubtedly the grcntent healing prepnr
tlou over tiaitd. Ntimurou tuatlmonlal can be
procured If delrd.
cilxoiincn tiotiles-JIcont; plutbottlui, OOconti;
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SIIIPPINO.
Car Ijoads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOEESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITV.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
C. O. PAT I Kit & CO.,
Lor. Nineteenth street ) f'i!i'n Til
Commercial Avenue f VulIU, 111.
The Weekly Bulletin.
N'T-n? a i on
PU11LISHED OX MOXDAY
FORTY EIulIT COLUMN
FORTY -F.IOHT COLUMNS
32.00 Per Annum
The Weekly Bulletin
QUARTERLY RKPORT '
OF THE CONDITION
Alexander Count v Rank.
Caiim), Ii.i. , Monday. Oct. 4th, M.
Loan and Discount $:n.rw:l tii
Due from other Rank 8t
Caxh on hand itf,514 4S
Outfit and furniture to
Heal Relate H.M" M
Cxpeiicei Including Taxe 4.05D 44
Capital tork paid in jn.ann 00
HurpliiH fund 5.TW M
Earning.... 5,4x- la
Due other Hank M - X) 00
We, F Rroim. Preddi'Ut, and II. Well. Cah
i(T. do solemnly wcar that tb above statement i
true to the beet of our knowledge and belief.
F. HKOSS, President,
II WELLS. Ca-hler.
Subscribed and worn to before inn thl t-ilb day
of Oct., HNl. ALFRED COMINiiS, N. P.
rjiRE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLrDAY. Prpuldont.
H L. I1ALLIDAY. Vlce-Pn;jldc!it.
TUOS. W. HALLIDAY, Ca.-hler.
. RTAATi TATU)R. W. P. RALLTOAT,
BBKKr L. HALUUAT. II. H. rrN.VIKnaAK,
9. U. WLLUAi)S, STEPUXS B1K3,
H. B. CANI.E.X.
F.ithansre, Coin and United States Bond
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposit received and t general ticking baair.ea
MILL AND COMMISSION.
Fl.OrS, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for WLeat.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -Vkri STATES.
On and after Monday, .lune 7th, and until further
nonce meierryooat win make trip a follona:
LtAVR LIAVt LIAVI8
Fot Fourth t. Mifoari Land's. Kentucky Ld'g.
7:0Ha.m. 7:M a. m. 8 a.m.
9:fma. r.t. 9:) a. ru I) a. in.
It :00 a.m. 11:30 a. m. li:Wm.
2:0) p. ta. J:) p.m. :1p.m.
4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5;Wp.m.
2 p m. S:.1p.m 3 p. m
STEAM JOB OFFICE
All Kinds of Job Work
Estimates furnished and orders from
abroad promptly attended to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
and Quarter Sheet Posters and
Programmes, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Bills Lading:, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Wedding: Invitations, Book Work,
Etc.. Eti;.. Etc.. Etc.
Citt Ci.buk'n OertK.
Caiho, III , Oct.Mh, lKfH)
Where, the committee appointed under ordi
nance No, 4.. upprovrd May Uth. 1HM0, to tlx utid re
port to tho city council the price at which Mm
lot lHid off iU Portion of the trln of nrnniwl till
feet wide, know n a lullroad strip, laying between
Fourteenth Hreet imd St. Charlutruet,ihould lo
old, did report to the city council at It regular
meeting, huld October nth, (which report waa
Improve d by the city council), fixing tho price of
not 'J' and In Mock Wof railroad addition (he
ling tho ground ltNated between tho St. Chark
hotel property aud Rullroad alley) which said re
port 1 on file In my ofttcg.
Public notice I hereby ulven to tb owner or
owner of the property abutting on the. ald lot
nhuvo mentioned that thev huve thn right and priv
ilege for alx'.jr day from the date hereof to unr
chae the laid lu iff and !W. abovo decrlliocf at
fie prices rt.xed by said rummlttee.
u j. ruLKi, city cioric.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood anil Kindling
conatantly on hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimming" are coaraa (having and'make
the beat nnimer wood for cooking purpose well
ai tho cheapeat ever told In Cairo. For black
smith' ue in (etting tire, they are unequalled.
Leavo your ordera at the Tenth atrcet wood yard .
YOCUM ife BRODERICK,
Washington Avenue. Cor.
CAIRO - . IILS
Za - 'A
IS J Bf
a r rf"
- r'S -3
3 m r. 2
M O ft
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Cho'ce Wines and Liquors,
OLD BOURBON AM) RYE WHISKIES,
French Brand v, Kte.
No. i:i7 Ohio Ii(voo.
OpHi at all llours. Day and Xiirlit,
"The Richent Blood. Swietot Breath, and
l'aireot t tvin lu Hop Bitter
"A little Hop Bitters av big doctor bill and
That invalid wlfn, mother, ;tor or child
can be made the picture of health with Hop
"When worn down and ready to take, your bed
IIop RitU'M it w hat you need.
"Dou't phytic and phvic for it weaken aud
dectrovD, iiut take Hop Hitter that build up con
tinually. "PhyHiciun of all school use ana recommend
Hop HltteiK. Test them.
'ITeallh I ln-anty and Joy-Hop Hitter plve
health and beauty,
"There are more cure made with Hup Hitter
thau all other medicine".
"When tlie tirsin i wearied, the nerve tin
Ktrnni;, the nncie weak, uco IIop Bitter.
"That low, nervou fever, want of sleep and
wenknea. cull fur Hop Uilttora'
Hop CottRh ( tire nnd Pain Relief U rit'iwant.
Sure and Cheap.
I OR SALE BY ALL HKIVHIISTS.
Itafford mo ereat nleaaure In hear tejtlmnnv In
the heueflt I have received from ttlni Kellow'
Compound Svrup of Ilypn)honliite. Fhavo .rec
ommended it to muny of my friend, and It ha
proved an excellent curative for Nervouue and
(iemiral Debility, It i alio llrt cln Tonic ena
ble ft peron to tako on ilenh rapidly, and I free
from tlie contlontlniiairectrharHctirlitiR of other
Tunica 1 have tried. HEN KY JOHNSTON,
R'iid Dr. Earle'fl Testimonial.
Mil. .Iamks 1. Km. t.ow. ManiifiicturlnKChetnlat.
Silt. Koraeverul iiuintli t)at I havy imoil vour
Compound Syrup In the treatment of Incipient
1'hthlnl, Chronic Bronchi!! aud other Affection
of thu ('best, Mid 1 have no hesitation In elating
tnut it rnuKtioremotttmotittxtiiioretiieuie tieu iu
those dleae. Itulnir an excellent nervous Tonic.
It exert direct Influence on the Nervou ytem,
and through It, It Invigorate tho body. It affords
mu pleasure to recommend a remedy which I real
ly uood In enne for which It Is Intended, when so
many advertiaod are wnrre than naclo.
I am, fir, your tiuly, Z. 8. KA1ILE, M. 1).
It cure Aathmft. Lo of Voice. Nenralirla. Ht.
Vltu' Dance, Kplleptle. Kit, Whnopluir Coui;h,
NorvotiueM, and I mot wnuderftil adjunct to
uther remedlita lnutalnlui life during thu pro
cess of Hiptkerla.
do not us itveeivoa iy rcmotiic Hearing a Mmi
Inr name : no nther preparation li a
euhitllute tor thi under any
BOLD MY AI.LDRfCi(U8T3.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CiifCAoo, October 10, 10 a. m.
Pork November, $12 5'2J.
Com Novoniber, 40fc; October,
Oats November, !J0-c; Octoln-r,
Wheat November, $ I 02 December,
fl 0:) October, 1 01 f.
CriiCAfio, October 10, 12 m. .
Pork November, 12 50; January,
12 02J; October, 18 23.
Oats-Cash, 32c ; November, 30;'Bc.
Corn -November, 40J40;c; October,
.'J9c; December, 41'c.
" WTieal -October, 1 00; November,
1 01. rB; December, 1 03 .
Can xc.o, October 10, 1 p. .v.
Pork -October, 13 23.
LarJ October, 8 30.
Wheat October, 1 00;8; December,
1 0:)'; November, 1 028'.
Com-October, 390300 ; November,
Oats -October, 32?.fc; November, 30.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
Naw York, October. 1C, 12:01, r. m.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Chicago, 1 18
& 19; No. 2 Milwaukee, 1 181 19; red
winter, 1 12&1 20; No. 2 red winter,
Com quiet -No. 2, oSc.
It snowed at Marysrillc, Kansas, yester
day, and the weather turned suddenly coid.
Samuel II. Gladstone, cousin of Eng
land's premier, arrived at New York from
London yesterday by the steamship city ol
Dr. J. II. Rae, a well known mining ex
pert of Colorado and California, has ar
rived at Halifax from New York to mako
a general inspection of NovaScotian mines,
Prof. J. P. Sheldon and Jesse Sparrow,
the agricultural delegates from England
sent to report on Canada, with a view to
locating English farmers, have arrived at
Halifax, N. S.
Seattle and Walla Walla railroad has
been purchased by Henry Yillard of New
York, the transfer having been effected yes
tcrday morning at which time forma!
possession was taken of the property of Gen
T. A. Tauuott.
WILL THE INDIANA ELECTION
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 1.3 Will Tues
day's election stand? is tho question attract
mg considerate attention, in view of tlie
possible reversal of the present opinion of
the supreme court on the adoption of the
constitutional amendments. When Judges
Ellrott nnd Woods take their seats a case
involving the title of some officer to his
place, or testing the question of illegal vot
ing may be made up and taken to tlie
court for settlement. If theso judges, with
Judge Niblack hold the amendment adopt
ed, then the election of Tuesday will be
come uull and void in the opinion of many
lawyers, resolving the state into anarchy.
It is a case for which no provision has been
made by law and may result in serious com
plications. A consultation of lawyers ir
respective of party, is talked of and will
probably be called to discuss the situation
and suggest some means Of avoiding trouble
NOTES FROM HEADQUARTERS.
Nkw York, Oct. 13. Tho talk and in
terest at democratic headquarters centre in
New York. The members of the commit
tee says that tho state was never in better
condition for democratic success. The
dissensions iu this city are practically heal
ed ; certainly fully so as regards tlie vote
for Hancock. There is no trouble of any
nature in tho rural districts, save in one
congressional district where two candidates
have been named ; but in this case local is-
Bues alone are the cause and the
national ticket will not suffer.
The letters received from all parts
are most encouraging. The committco fails
to discover a traco of despondency in con-
seqtlenco of tho Indiana result, but does
find a determination to go on heartily with
the light. More than a hundred democratic
meetings are being held in tlie state to
night. The state committee will issuo an
address to tho people showing that it is
next to impossible to carry tho state for
Oai-fleld. To do so the republicans must
ain moro than 40 per cent, over their ma
jority of 1870, and this they will bo unable
WATER FAMINE THREATENED.
Richmond, Va., Oct. 15. Owing to tho
ong-continued drought this city is threat
ened with a water famine, Several large
industries, including a number of tobacco
factories, shut down to-day in consequent
of tho scarcity of water, throwing out of
employment many hundred of employes.
Trouble is apprehended if the drought con
tinues. ITEMS FROM SPRINGFIELD, ILL.
SriUNGNKLD, III., Oct. 15. An interstate
convention of agricultural boards will be
held in this city during the latter part of tho
present month, for tho purposoot devising a
plan for gathering and publishing crop sta
tistics in tho grain growing states. It is
expected that a half dozen states or more
will be represented.
There was a slight Hurry of snow here to
day. Tho state auditor to-day registered 28,
000 of the town of Brighton funding bonds.
Prrrsnuuu, Pa., Oct. 15. Tho epizootic
in a mild form has broken out here, a large
number of horses are affected, but not to
the extent that will necessitate their with
drawal from work.
Fort Worth, Tex., Oct. 13. A vein of
coal twenty-three inches in width has been
struck in the eastern portion of Palo Pinto
county, on tho lino of the Texas and Pacific
railway, sixty-five miles west ot here.
Seventeen men have been put to work, and
the railroad company propose discontin
ing the use of wood on locomotives in
about a week.
Tarry Not Until you are driven to the
vergo of distraction by a disordered liver,
but as soon as the organ turns mutinous,
disciplino it with a course of Hostetter's
Stomach bitters, an anti-bilious medicine
which ensures active secretion by tlie liver,
and a regular habit of body. Pains through
the right shoulder-blade aud ribs, vertigo,
nausea, coating ot the tongue, constipation,
and sick-headaches, which are all inciden
tal to billiousness, are promptly remedied
by this active and thorough specific. As a
remedy for debility it cannot be surpassed,
strengthening the stomach and promoting
digestion, enriching tho blood and in
vigorating the nerves. It protects the sys
tem against malaria, and cures the disease
in its various forms radically it overcomes
a tendency to rheumatism, remedies disor
ders of tho kidncysand bladder, and expels
impurities from the circulation.
TOO WELL HEELED.
Old Shokey, a peripatetic preacher, well
known to California, is such an ardent be
liever in scripture that ho is ready to bet on
any proposition which is laid down in the
bible. A few weeks ago he visited the
lake and stopped on Sunday at Glenbrook.
Being nearly penniless, he determined to
give an exhortation, and getting the use of
a hall called the sinners together. His text
was tlie marine episode, in which Jonah
was taken in by a whale.
"Njw, my hearers, to the class of people
who never look beyond the surface of things
this looks like a hard story to believe, but
I know that it is so, every word of it."
He saw an incredulous look on the faces
of a few of the hard cases in the front row,
and, after pausing a moment, continued :
"I'll bet any man in the crowd 100
coin up that I can prove every word of it.
Does any body respond?"
Ho thrust his hand down into his trouser
pocket and leaned forward. No one took
him up. He went on with his sermon,
showing conclusively that the whale did all
tli at was claimed of it, and then passed
around the hat.
"He that giveth to the poor lendeth unto
the Lord," he said, as it went down the
"Lay up your treasures in heaven, where
neither moths nor rust corrupt, nor thieves
break in and steal," he remarked again, as
he saw the hat coining back.
It was handed to him empty and ho dis
missed the audience with a hastly benedic
tion. After the service he met one of his
hearers and complained bitterly of the lack
of coin and enthusiasm in the town.
"We ve got the enthusiasm here, Parson,"
said the man addressed, "but when you
bluffed us on a hundred dollar bet, some
thought you must be a road agent, and the
rest concluded that a man so well heeled
didn't need any collection in Glenbrook."
Carson Ncv. Appeal.
A Remarkable Anti-pehiodic and
Tonic, "Cinciio-Qlinnine," Pronounced
superior to Sulphate-Quinine by physicians,
because it produces no disagreeable effect
upon the head or stomach. Dose is the
same as the Sulphate, and price is only
1.50 per ounce. Sold by all Druggist.
Sent, postage paid, on receipt ot price by
Billings, Clapp & Co., Chemists, Boston,
VIVA GAKA 1IALD1.
When Garabaldi ceased his high command.
And sheathed his sword that sword a, bright
nun kl'cu uue
Nought in his pocket put he but his hand,
A mighty hand, and nobler still a clean
When sick with blood impure, boils and
pimples do intent,
Spring blossom use at once, the cheapest
cure and best, rnco oO cents, trial
bottles 10 cents.
Itching Piles is one ot the most an
noying diseases iu tho world, and yet
all can find sure relief by tho uso of l)r.
Swayne's Ointment. It has been tested
in thousands of instances and invaria
bly makes a sure cure. Tho symptoms
are moisture, like perspiration, intense
itching, increased by scratching, very
distressing, particularly at night, as if
pin-worms were crawling in and about
tho rectum; the privato parts are some
timo affected. Procure this ointment.
Reader, if you are suffering from thfs
distressing complaint, tetter, itch, scald
head, riugwortn, barber's itch, any
crusty, scaly skin eruptions, uso Dr. ,
Swayne's Ointment and be cured. Sold
by all prominent druggists. (1)