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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 21, 1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 08.
of Oie leading buitnea house whose advertise
ments giu' be found In Tui Bulmtin .
, C 0. Pallor ft Co., Commercial avenue aud Nine
Yocnm Sc Broderick, WaMh. Ave., rur. Eighth.
N-".v YorkHtnre, C. O. faller Co., Cor. Nine-le'-nlb
Dr. J. II. Marvan: office, 140 Commercial avenue,
Br. Leach & Wheeler, Blebth si rod,
Dr. V. ('. .Jocelyn. Eighth near Commercial .
Dr. E. W. Wbltlook, I'M Commercial avenue.
H. H. Canriee, No. TOOlilo levee tap stairs).
Eouliablo Life, of New York, ci.ruer Twelllb and
City National, OUlu levee.
J obi Sprnat, corner Twelfth and Levee.
K. C Ford. Corner Ninth aud Commercial.
. EN ERA!. DELIVERY open ,: a. m.; cloaca
U 0:!p.ui.; Sunday: 8 to a.m.
Mnney Order Department open at 8 1. m.; closes
'TU?uui'h Expreia Mailt via llllnoit Central .1:40
o , in.
Mississippi Central lUllroada clone at p. m.
Cairo aud Poplar Bluff Through ud Way Mall
climes at I p. m. ... . ,,,
Way Mall via Illinois Central. Cairo and Vlo-en-nea
and Miss.sslppl Central Railroad cloae at
't Vi p. in.
Way Mail for Narrow OauRC Uallroad closes at
vVroar.d Evanavllle Hirer Route clone at 2:30
P it. (UliT (except Friday).
t'ierk Denote J. Foley.
i.'oinalor--Win. B. Gilbert.
KJiHI) or ALUKIUIIIf.
FirsiWerd-M.J. Howley. . .
Second Ward -David X. Llnegar, C. R. Wood-
TMr Ward-W. P. Wrijtht, Egbert Smith.
Kourth Ward-Charles O. Patler. Jamea Kynaaton
Pif.h Waro-T. W. Ualllday, Ernest B. I'ettlt.
. County Officer.
Circuit Judce-D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk J. A. Kwivea.
County JudeeK. r. Yornm.
County Clerk S. J. llumin.
Connty Attorney W. C. Mulkey.
County Treasurer Mile W. Parker.
Sheriff John Hodge..
Coroner R. FlUireraid.
County Commissioners -T. W. ilalllday, J A.
II. Olbbe. Samuel Briley.
4 FRICAN M. E. Fourteenth street, between
iV Walnut and Cedar streets: services paooam w
a. m. and":) p. m.; Sunday School l; p. tn.
(CHRISTIAN Eighteenth street: moi-tln Sab
J bath 10.30 p. m.; poaching occaaionally.
CtHCRCn OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
Fourteenth atreet; Sunday Morning prayers
lo:0 a. m.; evening prayer, i p. m.; Sunday
rcuool v :) a. m I nuay eTcuiug prjc i .ju y. w.
UMHST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCRCU.
r PivachJnit at 10:30 a. m., 3 p. m., and 1:SO p. m.
Sabbath achool at 7:30 p. m. Rev. T. J. Shorea,
f CTHERAN-Thlrteentb atreet: services Sab-
1j bath l:so a. m.; uunuay stnooi t p. ra. nev
- w-rnrmrai. rt PlaMh in.l Walnut atrAfa :
, to L U WU.O . ...... . u.gu.. .
iH Preaching Sabbath 10:40 a. m. and T. m.;
prayer meeunir, weanwaay i v- ui., oumia
tcbool, 9 a. tu. Rev. Wblttaker. paator.
DRE8BYTERIAN Elebth atreet: preaching on
J Sabbath at ll:uo a. m. and T:'p. m.; prayer
meeting Wedneailav at T:TJ p. m. : Sunday School
kt 9 p. m. Kev. IS. . ueore, jiaaior.
SECOND FREE WILL BAPTIST Fifteenth
atreet. between Walnut and Cedar (trvetf , aer
vlcet Sabbath at 3 and 7:30 p. in.
Slf JOSEPH'8-Roman Catholic) Corner Cron
and Walnut atroeta; aervlre Sabbath 10:30a.
tu.; Sunday School at 'J p. m.; Veapere J p. m ; aer
vicea every day at 8 p. tu.
ST. PATRICK'9-(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet and Waahington avenue: aervlcea Sab
bath 8 and 10 a. m. ; Veaper S p. m. ; Snnday School
2 p. m. ; aerricea every day at S p. in. Rev. F. Zabel,
IXrOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE U 1
Tl ION, holila Ita regular weekly meitlnga In
the hall of the Cairo Temperance Reform Club, ev
ery Thuraday allernoon, at :;1 o'clock. Every
boly 1. Invited to at tend.
II. MAREAJT, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician aud Surgeon.
Office 140 0( amerclal avenue. Realdence corner
Fourteenth St. and Waahington avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornoi No. 1M Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Stroeu
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Klshtk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
a week In your own town, $3 outfit free. No
f" "which peraona of either aex can make (tresl
pa all the time thor work, write for particular to
U. IIALLBTT ft CO.. Portland.
rlak. Iteauiir, ir you want Duainaaa ai
no FIFTY CKNTS. SO
Full IS ot!. bottle. Beet Combination,
Bisley's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil.
With Urpophoiphttoi Llmo and Soda, with rrptlno
It I highly recommended by phyalclan aa the
moat effectual and rellablo reined V for eoucba,
eolda, brone.hllla, cem-ntl debility, etc. Agreeably
flavored, Ploaaant to take. And can bo retained
on the we akoatetomach.
The Simplest, Hurcst and Most Rclinblo
Faro Distilled Extract or WITCH IIAZEL,
Carefully prepare ThoronBhly reliable! Full
ntruDKth! andenunl In aire of bottle to any inndo.
Cure apralna, brulaut, awalltnira, rbufln. vitta,
wounda, burns, er.alda, scald-head, piles, tali rhenm
akin eruptions, soro eyes, aorn month, neuralgia,
Inflammatory twelllnei, soro throat and for aching
f ain It I undoubtedly tho greateat beallna prnpar
Ion ever ttaed. Numeroua teailuionlala can be
procured If rtualred.
Sit ounce bottles cent i pint bottles, 50 cents;
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of
l'O BROADWAY NKW YORK
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, anil its
rule never to take advantage of technicalities where an
equitable claim exists.
Asa GUARANTEE of this, and to counteract the perni
cious influence of a technical policy, adhered to by many
companies, the Equitable makes ALL ITS POLICIES, old and
new, throughout the United States.
After the policv has been in force for three rears.
"The Equitable Life
ization to January 1st,
'closed its books upon that date without a con
tested or past due claim."
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
T0XTLNE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
By 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
lilities 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 pleasure in ret'erring: to the following well known bnsinenH
men insured iu the society, composing: an
ADVISORY BOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
TII0S. W. IIAI.I.IUAY, Cashier City Natloml
FHANK L. CSALUUIER, Cairo City mills,
J. M. PHILLIPS, President Ilalllday ft Phillip
What f boat company.
PAITLU. 8CnrU. Wholeaale and retell druR
gist. WILLIAM STnATTON, of Stmtton Dlrd
WALTON W. WRIC.HT, or G. I). Williamson,
it Co., Iloat Stores and Commission merchaute
FRANK HOWE, or C. M. Howe A Bros,, pro
visions nud produce.
EKNEST B. PETTIT, Groceries, queonswaro
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
the above Board or to
J. A. BURNETT, Agent,
Corner Twelfth St.. and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. K. CKAINE. General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, lfttt Dearborn Street, Chicago.
the United States.
has paid since its oran
1880, 551,882,736, and
insurace to a degree before
SIMPSON II . TABF.lt. ol Taber Bro mann
WILLIAM U. LIPPET, Asaletant postmaster.
W. E. OOHLSON, Dry goods, fancy goods and
THUS s. T A lift, General nerrhandiae and
JACOB BCnOER,or Burger Bros, dry goods
JOIIS SPROAT, Proprietor "Sprout's Refrig
CEO. R.LENTZ, Superintendent Cairo City
nKRBERT MACKIE, of A. Mackle Co.'s
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
couaiaatly on baud
At SeTenty-fivo cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trlmmUnra"nre coarse shavlnes and make
the best summer wod for cooking purposes as well
a the cheapest ever void In Cairo. For bluck
mlih' use insetttatrtlru. they are unequalled.
Leave your order 4 the Tenth street wood yard .
YOCUM & BRODEPJCK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIltO - - ILLS
WHOLESALE WINES AND 1.IQU0R.S.
Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD B0URT.0X AND EYE WHISKIES,
French Brandv, Ktc.
N"o. 137 Ohio Ijevee.
Open at all Hours, Day aud Night,
"The Richeat Blood, Sweetest Breath, and
Fairest Skin in Hop Bitters.
"A little Uop Bitter save big doctor bill and
'That invalid wife, mother, ;stor or child
can be made the picture of health with Hop
"When worn down and ready to take your bed
Hop Hitters Is what you need.
"Don't physic and physic, for It weakens aud
deatrovs, but take Hop liitters that build up con
tinually. "Physicians of all schools use and recommend
Hop Hitters. Test them.
"Health is beauty aud Joy-Uop Bitters gives
health aud beauty,
"There are more cure made with nop Biltors
than all other medicines,
"When the brain Is wearied, the nerve un
strung, the muscles weak, use Uop liitters.
"That low. nervous fever, want of sloop aud
wcukuexs. cnlls for Hop Bllttors'
Hop Cough Cure nnd Pain Ilellef U I'lmnut.
Sure mid Cheap.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUOOISTS.
ItaflVird me great pleasure to boar testimony to
the benefit I have received from using Fellows'
Compound Syrnpof Hypophosnhltea. leave rec
ommended It to muny of tuy friends, and It haa
proved an excellent curative for Nervouauee aud
(ienerat Debility, It la also a first class Tonic ena
bles a person to take on tlesh rapidly, and Is free
from tuo constlpatlngeuVtachsriiclerletlc ofoiher
Tonic I have tried, IIENUY JOUNSTON,
Read Dr. Earle's Testimonial.
Mh. Jamks 1. Kai.i.ows. ManuticturlugChemlat.
Sin, Forsevural month pant I have uaed your
Compound Syrup In the treatment of Incipient
Phthisis, Chronic Bronchitis and other Afl'ections
of the. Chest, and I have no hesitation lu slating
tbat it ranks foremost amongst the remedies used tu
thosodlauaacs. Being an excellent nervous Tonic,
It eiert a direct Influence ou the Nervous system,
and through It, It Invigorates luu bodv. It affords
me pleasure to recomman l n remedy which is real
ty good In cuses for which It Is Intended, when so
many advertised are worxe than uels
lam, sir, yoursUuly, Z.H.ltAKI.K, Jii.M.D.
It cure Asthma Losaof Volee, Neoralgla, St.
Vitus' Dance, Epileptic Fits, Whmiilng Cn'wh,
Nervousness, and is a moat weudorlul autuuet to
other remedies Inaustalulng life durlug the pi't
cess of Diptherl. 1
Do not be dsreivad hy reiueillee beorlng t rtoil
" lar name; no ntlisr pr.';iarut on Is a
substltnte tor this under any 1
SOLD BY ALL DKUUOIHTS.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Ciucaoo, October 20, 10 a. m.
rorkNovembcr, $13 00.
Cora October ami November, 40c.
Oats October and November, 30 'c.
Wheat November, $1 0!; December,
H 02. .
Chicago, October 20, 13 m. .
Pork November, $13 15; January,
$13 80; December, $12 30.
Oats cash, 03c; November, S04'c;
Cora -October, 3fl Ju'c ; November, 40-c ;
Wheat November, $ 1 Ol,; December,
Ciiicauo, October 20, 1 p. m.
Pork-October, $13 C7fl? V,.
Lard October, $S 17.
Wheat October, , $1 00; November,
Cora-October, ODJc; Novembi'r.40?g'
Oats October, 31?tc; November, oOJc.
KEW TOUK OH.VIK.
New York, October. 20, 12:01, v. m.
Whcat irregular No. 2 Chicago, $1 10
1 1"; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 101 17;
red winter, $1 13l 19; No 3 red winter,
Com quiet No. 3, 5".
Liverpool, October 20, 3 p. m.
Wheat quiet winter 0s 2d(j!s Od;
Spring, 8s 4d99 4d ; California average,
8a 9d9j 8d; California club, 9s 8d
Corn New 3s 3d.
NOTES FROM HEADQUARTERS.
New York, Oct. 19. There was visibly
more encouraging feeling at the democratic
headquarters to-day. The union Tammany
and Irving halls on the city nominations
had an excellent effect. William A. Fow
ler of the committee said it would strength
en the democratic vote in the city 10,000.
With a union democratic ticket, he said, so
that there shall be no haggling or bargain
ing, we will carry this state for Hancock
by 50,000 majority. He will have a major
ity of 70,000 in this city without a doubt.
The Democrats profess to have discovered
additional colonies ot negroes and republi
can reporters, The express this evening
saya: "There is no doubt that there have
already been registered hero a large num
ber of white, republican repeaters, and
that the game of Indiana will be attempted
in this city on a grand scale, Tho city of
New York is so large nnd its various wards
and districts so intricate, as far as its resi
dent population is concerned, that the most
intense and increasing vigilance is inopera
tive on the part of tho various local demo
cratic committees to thwart, if not entirely
prevent, the frauds that are intended by the
republican managers. Tho republicans are
openly boasting that they will poll 80,000
votes in this city. Every man ot common
senso knows that no such voto can be legiti
mately polled by tho republican party,
cspeciolly this year, when so many promi
nent members of that party have come over
to the support of General Hancock, but
that tho republicans mean to poll a large
voto by any or every means is every day
now more and more apparent.
ADDRESS OF THE NEW YORK BUSI
New York, Oct. 19. An address has
been issued by leading business men of
this city to the voters of tho country, call
ing upon them to support and increase
Hancock's majority. Tho address reviews
the prosperity of the country inco both
house, of congrcHB have been democratic,
and uascrts that tho parly to-day in its
platform has not a uinglo menace agninst
any legitimate industry. Among the
signers are: Royal Phelps, Jkhn J. Cisco,
David M. Sloane, Charles II. Marshall, J.
H.llrowu, S. 1). Rabcock, Charles L. Dick
ey, D. Willis James, and Anson Phelps
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 19. A consul
tation of representative democrats was held
to-night at which Oov. Thomas of Kentucky
anil Wattcrson of Louisvillo wero present,
a proposition from tho Greenback managers
looking to futiiwi nnd division of the electo
ral ticket was declined, Senator McDonald
expressing thu views of his associates by de
nouncing tho schomo as impracticable
and urtnccosHary, inasmuch as every one
fe.lt certain that Hancock would carry tho
THE modern you.no lady at two periods
OF IIKR 1.1FK.
Ruhold Iter at eleven.
Her limbs unfettered by tho long skirts
ot conventionality, sho .runs, iho romps,
sllO Slides on tllC- ico nnmla. aim mlla I
sho climbs fences, sho leaps, she kicks, sho'
ruus ruct-a ami is aa neet or foot as tho
boys. Her appetite is good, her cheeks
rosy, and her movements unconsciously
Behold her again at twenty. No moro
docs she run or jump or roll hoop,k run
races or slide on the ice. It is not "proper"
now nor ladylike, and shtr couldn't if sho
would, for she is fettered by long skirts,
tight shoes and tighter stays. Her move
ment has no longer the freedom and un
conscious grace of childhood, for now when
she walks abroad she walks to be looked
at, which now in her estimation is tho ob
ject of walking. She Is already in deli
cate health, and has a doctor who pre
scribes expensive advice and prescription
for her, and ascribes her complaint to any
thing and everything but the real cause. .
That is simply the fettering of the body '
with fashionable clothes. Physically she
is a prisoner. At eleven she was free. Tho
doctor advises travel, but ho doesn't ad
vise her to tako on" and keep off her fash
ionable fetters. Sho wouldn't do so if lie
did, and he wouldn't aclvls'O her if he knew
it would bring relief, for she would no
longer behevo in a doctor who would
make her dres3 like a guy; and being
dressed liko a "guy" is dressing different
from the style prescribed by a Pari3 mod
iste. Diana never could hunt in a trailing
skirt, narrow, tight, high-heeled gaiters,
and a pinched, corseted waist, but Diana
with n belted tunic and unfettered limbs
would be bounced off Broadway by tho
nearest policeman. Dre9sirg for health
and freedom of body and limb is one
thing, ami dressing for fashion quite anoth
er. A man couldn't endure tho pinching
and encumbrances peculiar to female at
tire for an hour, and a pretty spectacle he'd
make rushing about in such during busi
ness hours. Vet the "weaker sex" wear
double the encumbrances of the so-called
stronger. To "dress"' at all after the stvle
uses up half a woman's time and two-
thirds of her strength. New York
omen Ai Lawyers. Though old Mr.
Fogy has long questioned women's fitues
to practice law, nnd her opinions concern
ing legal matters, no one has ever ques
tioned her opinion concerning Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. For women freely
affirm that the Prescription is a positive
cure for those "dngging-down" sensations,
and the many diseases and weaknesses
peculiar to their sex. The Favorite IYr
scriptiou is sold by all druggists under a
Pittsburgh, Pa., March Uth 1879.
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.:
Dear Sir I was treated by four different
physicians without avail for disease of the
liver and uterus. Some time ago I com
menced tho use of your Favorite Prescrip
tion and Discovery, being at the time, con
fined part of tho time to my bed. At first
my improvement was slow but, I uow find
myself well after the use of tour bottles of
each of the medicines. With many, many
thanks. I am very respectfully,
Mary E. Grace.
AN EDUCATIONAL ENDORSEMENT.
The Dev. C. A. Harvey, D. I),, of the
Howard University, of Washington, has
addressed the following letter to Messrs.
H. H. Warner & Co., of Rochester, N. Y.:
Gentlemen: I take pleasure in 6tatinf
that I have for two years past been ac
quainted with the remedy known as War
ner's Safe Kidney aud Liver Cure, and
with it remarkable curative efficiency in
obstinate and so-called incurable cases of
Bright's Disease in this city. In some of
these cases, which seemed to be in the last
stages. an(J which had been given up by
practicioners of both schools, the speedy
change wrought by this remedy seemod
but little less than miraculous. I am con
vinced that for Bright's Disease, in all its
stages, no remedy heretofore discovered cart
ho held for one moment in comparison
with this. Respectfully
C. A. Harvey.
A Down Town Merchant having
passed several sleepless nights, disturbed
by the agonies and cries of a suffering
child, aud becoming convinced that Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup was just the
article needed, procured a supply tor tho
child. On reaching home and acquainting
his wife with what he had done she re
fused to have it administered to the child
as she was strongly in favor of Homtp
puthiy. That night tho child passed iu
suffering, and the parents without sleep.
Returning home the day following, the
father found tho baby still worse; and
whilo contemplating another sleepless
night, the mother stepped from tho room J
to attend to some domestic duties, and lctt
tho father with the child. During hor ab- .
sencc ho administered a portion of tho
Soothing Syrup to the baby and said noth
ing. That night all hands slept well, and
the little fellow awoke in tho morning
bright and happy. Tho mother was de
lighted with tho sudden and wonderful
change, and although at first offended at the
deception practiced upon her, has contin
ued to use the the Syrup, and sufferinp cry
ing babies and restless nights have disap
peared. A sinL'lo trial af tho Syrup never
yet failed to relieve tho baby, and over
come tho prejudices of the mother)- Sold
by all druggists. 25 cents a liottle. (0)
. GIVEN TO FIND.
Given a go.ul flogging, to find a school
master who uocsni teel it more than
the bov lie la floircrinir.
Given advico to find a man who will act
Given a bottle of Spring Blossom, to find a
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach,
Biliousness, Heartburn, constipation,
Kidney and Bladder Complaints that
if fun'r rnro.
Prices : 50 cents ; trial bottles, 10 cents.
If T weru iroincf to btiv a Violin what
method should I take to get it cheap?'
Why wait till father or mother had the
MtUm and then btiv a bottlo ot Ec-
lectrio Oil. For I should uot only get
thorn cured but a phial In (Violin.) sold by
1 ALL U. BCUCn, JLTUggtW..