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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FJU DAY MORNING. OCTOBER 22. 1800.
NEW SERIES NO.
uiuncivni '' ' WOOD YARD.
of (ho leading bualueaa liouiut wTioae adTcrtlae
e.eiita tnuy he fonnd In Tiia Buu.ktik .
C. 0. Patier A Co., Commercial avenue aud Nine
Vo urn & HriMlurlr.k, Wwh, Ave., cor. Kl(!hth.
Vnrk Store, ('. o, I'ntler Jt CV, Cur. Nine-Ui-utli
i)r .1. II. Mitri'iin : unir.it, HO Commercial aieutm.
J)r. Leach ic Wliei-tcr. Kluhtb htreet,
Dr. W. ('. Jocclyn, Klehlh near Commercial
Jr. K. V. Wbltlock, IM Commercial avenue
fi. 11. Candec, No. T'JOblo levee, flip ataira).
Equitable Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and
C:'y National, Ohio levee,
Jobh Sproat, corner Twelfth and I.evee.
P. C Find. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
r EN KRAI. DELIVERY open r:M a. m.; cloaea
VJ ij:)p.ni.; Sunday ; It to It a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; cloiea
at ' p. in.
Through Exprcea Mall via Illinois Central 3:10
Mtaaiaalppl Central Railroada dope at Dp. m.
Cairo aud Poplar Bluff Through, and Way Mall
ein.a at 1 p. m.
Way Mall via Illlnola Central. Cairo and Vln
ter.nea and Miaa.a.lplil Central Rallroada cloae at
1 11 p. in.
Way Ma. 1 for Narro Gange IUllroid eloae at
H 50 . m.
( airoatd Evanaville Klver Route cioaea at 2:30
p. m. dahv (eicept Friday).
Vayor-N. B Thiallrwood.
Treacur r Edward Deonla.
' i-rk -Drnma. J. Foley,
'ouiiaelor -Wm. H. Gilbert.
Man.bal1 C. l.aliue.
BOIIII) OP IMJEHHtft.
Firat Ward-M J. llowley.
Second Ward-David T. Linear, C. K. Wood
yard. Tbtr4 Ward-W. P. Wrlftht. Egbert Smith.
Konrth Ward--Charlea 0. Patter. Jatnea Kynaaton
r'.ftk Ward-T. W. Halliday, Erneat B. Petttt.
f'.rcnlt JudA'-D. J. linker.
Circuit Clerk J. A. Rinvca.
'.ounty Jndee-K. s. Yorum.
ounty Clerk-S. J. lliimm.
County Atlorny-W. C. Mllkcy.
County Treaaurvr Miles W. Parker.
Sheriff Jobri llodpei.
Coroner It. Fitiirerani.
County CommlMloLert T. W. flalllday, J A.
M. Glbba, Samuel llriley.
VFRICAN M. E. -Fourteenth street, between
Walnut and Cedar itreeta: aenrteea Sabbath II
a m. andT.'J" p. m.; Sunday Scbool 1:30 p. in.
CHRISTIAN Eighteenth street; meeting Sab-
Dam iu:.jo p. ra.; preacaini; vteiiuuaiij.
ClU'RCn OF TUE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
Fourteenth ttreet; Sunday Moraine prayera
lo:SU a. m.; evening prayara, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
ectiool :) a. m. triaay eeuiUK prayer 7:i p. iu
TLMRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.-
I Preachlnz at 10:30 a. m.. 3 p. m.. and 7:30 p. m
Sabbath acbool at 7:30 p. to. Rev. T. J. Sborei,
I UTHERAN-Thlrtcenlh itreet: aervkea Sab-
bath 1:30 a. m.; Sunday acbool i p. m. Rev.
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut itreeU;
Preacbtns Sabbath 10:dD a. in. aud 7 p.m.:
prayer meeting. Wednesday 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
ccuooi, v a. in. nev. n uuiaacr, puiur.
1 IKESBYTERIAN ElL'htb atrect: prcacblni? on
J Sabbath at 11 :uu a. m. and 7:30 p. in.; prayer
nieetine w ennc(iav a: i:y)p. m.; puuuay ocnooi
at 3 p. m. Rev. U. Y. George, puator.
SECOND FREE WILL BAITIST Fifteenth
atrvel, between Walnnt and Cedar ftruetr, acr
vtcea Sabbatb at 3 and 7:3up. m.
ST. JOSEPH'8-(Rutnan Catholic) Corner Croa
and Walnut ctrceta; aendrea S)bth 10:3Oa.
w.; Sunday School at 2 p. in ; Vefpers i p. m.; aer
tirea every day at B p. m.
JT. PATRICK S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O atreet and Wahlueton avenue; aervicel Sab
hutb 8 and 10 a. m. ; Veapera 3 p.m.; Sonday School
ii p. m. ; aervlcea every day at b p. ni. Rev. r. Zabel,
TOMAN-S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE Vi
ION, bolda lta rexular weekly meetinira in
the hall of tlm Cairo Temperance Reform Cltm, ev
ry Thuraday afternoon, at 3:1) o'clock. Every
body la Invited to attend.
y II. MAHEAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician anil Surgeon.
Office 140 (Jo amcrclal avfntin. Reaidcnce corner
Fourteenth St. and Waahtnjttou avenue, Cairo.
J)H. E. W. W1IITL0CK,
Otfici No. 136 Commcrclftl Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Strceu
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
twoek In yonr own town, $1 outfit frae. No
'iaic. ueaiicr, n yon want a ouainvaa at
which neraona of either vex can make erewl
J'y all the tinio ther work, write for particular! to
1. II ALLETT 4 CO.. Portland.
jO FIFTY CFaVTS. 5t
Full 13 or., bottlea . Beat Comblnatlun.
Eisley'a Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil.
With Hypophoaphltei Lime and Soda, with Pepaluo
Tt ta hffrlitv lnf.nn,M,..m.liwl I... ..I...ulnl ana Ihn
niORt I'tlm'tUnl Alwl mtluKIn .........lu I'.
c.olda, bronchltla, sunnral debility, etc. Affreeably
tluvnrnn. Plunaiitit In nli.. A. 1... ...il.,.i.i
, - v .unu, .l VHU IIM IVHHUHU
The Simplest, Hurcst uml Most Relinblo
Pttro Distilled Extract of W1TCII HAZEL,
ICaiofully prepare Thoroitcbly reliable; Full
"irenmn; auu eouni iu ai.uoi ooiuu to unv null'',
'ttrca apralua, bruiaea, awelllnua, ebaflNi;''. tutx,
wnitnda, hiirna,ac.alda, acald-head, pllua, null rheum
'kin eruptions, aoro eye, aoro mouth, nouralirla,
Inllammatoi v awelllnca. aoro throat and for achlnir
pain It la undoiibteilf' the urealeM beullnij prepar
'ilon ever naed. Nuineroua tuatlmoulaia can be
procured If dnalred.
HlrminpA tmttli. Cf.rntita hint Imttl.ia. W) i.nta .
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
I'O HROADWAY N10AV YOKK
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 anv 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.
Asa GUARANTEE of this, and to counteract the perni
cious inlluence of a technical policy, adhered to by many
companies, the Equitable makes ALL ITS POLICIES, old and
new, throughout the United States,
After the policy has been in force for three years.
"The Equitable Life lias paid since its organ
ization to January 1st, 1880, $51,882,736, and
closed its books upon that date Without a con
tested or past due claim."
The Equitable Life Assurance
nvwrnrvLi cm VTvnci
And thereby to popularize life
By the late report of the Insurance Commissioner for the
states of Massachusetts and
Assurance Society shows the
MRS I The Equitable has a
l ilities than any of the leading companies.
SECOND The Equitable saved more of its income last year
than any other company.
TTIIIU) 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, en real estate than any other company.
The Society takes jileasuro in rcfrrriusr to the following well known business
men insured iu the soeiety, composing: an
ADVISORY BOARD OF REFERENCE FOR 'CAIRO:
THOS. w. HALLIDAY, Caahler City Nationtl
on ii a.
FRANK L. C1ALIGI1ER, Cairo City tnllli.
J. M . PHILLIPS, Prealdent Hnlllilay A Pbllllpi
PAl'LG. SCUUII, Wholeanlo and retail drug
Hlt. WILLIAM STRATTON, of Btmtton Dlrd
WALTON W. WUICIIT. of O. I). Wllllatnaon.
Co., Mont Storcaund Commlaalon mercbunta
FRANK HOWE, of C. M. Uowo A Broi.
ERNEST II. r-ETTIT, Grocurloa, queeuawaro
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
ineaoove uoaruor to
E. A.. BURNETT, Agent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. In. CRAINE, General Mana?er for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, lt) Dearborn Street, Chicago.
Society was the first to in
tittvt. hat t c t
insurace to a degree before
New York, the Equitable Life
following strong points:
larger ratio of assets to lia-
SIMPSON n. TARKR, of Tabcr Broa , manu
WILLIAM 1). LIPPET, Aaslalant poattnaater.
W, E GOIILSON.DryEooda, funcy enoda and
TIIOS S. TARR, (leticrul merchandise and
JACOB TiritGER, of Bnrer Bro. dry iioods
JonN SPROAT, Troprlelor "Sproat'a Refrio
GEO. It.' LENTZ, Sttporlnteiident Cairo City
HERBERT MACK1E, of A. Macklo & Co.'a
Qt AV. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
couatautly on nana
At Seventy-five ecu tit jier load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trlmmlnRaafe coarae ahavlnca aud make
the beat aummer wood for cooklni? purpoHoa an well
a the cheapeat ever aold In Cairo. For black
mith a uae InaettltiK tlrea, they are unequalled.
Leave your ordera at the Tenth street wood yard .
YOCUM k BRODERICK,
i tr Uealer? in
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO - - ILLS
S t. -a
WHOLESALE WINES AND I.1QCOUS.
Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD B0UBE0X AND RYE WHISKIES,
French Bi'andv, Kte.
No. 137 Ohio Ivcc.
Optii at all Uours. Dav and Nijrht,
"Tbo Rlchct Blood, Sweetest Breath, and
Kaireet Skin in IInp Rittere.
"A little Hop Bitter aavea big doctor liilli aud
'That invalid wife, mother, a.ator or child
can be made the picture of health with Hop
"When Horn down aud ready to take your bed
nop Hitters ia wbttt you need.
"Don't tibyaie and phyaic. for It weakens and
iteatroyx, bat tuke Hop Llitli-rs that build up con
tinually. "Pbyaieiaua of all acboola uae atifl recommend
Hop Bittern. Test them.
"Health U beauty and Joy - Hop Bitters give
health nnd beauty,
"There are more curea made with Hop Litters
tbiiuull other tneillclnea.
"When the bruin ia wearied, the nerve ttu
atruiiK, the lunacies weak, unu Hop Bittera.
'Thai low, nervous fuv t. want of aluep and
wenkneae. Hls for Hop Bilttois-
Hop Cough Curo und Pain Relii i' Is I'lensiint.
Sure anil Cheap.
TOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
m TBO P
Ilafl'onla inn ereat nleaanin to bniir tealliiinnv in
the betii'tlta I have received from naini! Kellown'
Compound Syrupof Hvpophoaibltea. 1 have ree
oinmended it to many of mv I'rlenda, and It haa
iroveu an excellent curative ror KorvouancaH anil
iennral Delillitv. It ia alaoa flratclnaa Tunic ena.
bleaaperann totaku on Heati rupldly, aud ia Ireo
from the conatlpatinijefrectacbiiracteriatlc of other
ioiiicbi navu trieu. JlKMll : JOHNSTON,
Rend Dr. Eai lc's Tostimonial.
Mil. TAMCa 1. KEt.l.owa. ManiifacMiriini Cbcmlat.
Sih, horaeverul montha paat I haw uaed your
Compouud Syrup In iho treatment of Incipient
Phthlala, Chronic Bronchltla and other All'uetiona
of the Cheat, and I have no hesitation In alatini;
that it ruukaforemoalamoiiKnt thoretnedlea ttaud tu
thoaedlaeaaea. Ueinn an excellent nervoua Tonic,
It exerta adirect inlluence on the Nervoua ayatom,
and through it! II InvlKoratea tbo body. It affords
inu pleiiaure to recomnen1 a remedy which ia real
ly Louil In cnaea for which it la in ten led when ao
many advertiaedaia worae than uaelraa.
1 am, air, yountiiiiy, z. m. kaklk, ju.M. 1),
It onrea Aathma Loan of Voice. Nenralela. St.
Vltua' Dance, Epileptic Pita, Whonpltie Cough,
Nervouaneaa, and la a moat wonderful adluuct tu
other remedlea luauataining life durlntr thi pro
ceaa of Dlptlierla,
Do not ne dueiiived hy romcdlea bearing iltni
lur name: no titer proi aratlon U
anbatltuto lor ihla under any
SOLO BY ALL DHUOGISTS.
Cairo, Iu.., October 31, 1880.
The Mayor buing absent, tlic clerk
called the meeting to order.
Present Aldermen Blake, Halliday,
Hinkle, Smith, Saup and Swoboda fi.
Absent -llowley, Lincgar, Paticr and
On motion t.f Alderman Saup, Alderman
Halliday was called to tbo chair, who
stated the object of the meeting to be for
report ok committees.
Committee on policcjail nnd fire depart
ments reported having tested hoso pur
chased from Cleveland Rubber company,
and find same defective.
During the reading of report, Alderman
llowley appeared In his scat.
Alderman Blake moved to receive report
and their action be concurred in.
Mr. Munroe, agent Cleveland Robber
company, asked permission to make a state
ment, which bring granted, submitted a
(Mayor Thistlcwood appeared iu the
Alderman lilukc'a motion adopted.
Alderman Make moved that the Cleve
land Rubber company have thirty days'
time to furnish the quantity and quality of
hose named in original contract, at prices
named in said contract, to wit: 3.400 feet
hose of 2j; inches internal diameter, four
ply with five ply strengthened and sealed
ends ; capable of standing 450 pounds water
pressure per square inch, at ninety cents
per foot. Said hose to be delivered here at
expense of Cleveland Rubber company.
Motion adopted by the following vote :
Ayes Rlake, Halliday, llowley, Hinkle,
Smith, Saup and Swoboda 7.
On motion of Alderman Saup, meeting
adjourned. D. J. Foley,
D. LOTIIROP & CO'S NEW PUBLICA
TIONS. The list of publications which I). Lo
throp & Co. has prepared for the fall and
holliday season is longer and more attrac
tive than ever before, and will appeal
strongly to that class of buyers who de
mand good insides as well as beautiful out-
sides to the book3 which are to' lie upon
their tables or fill their shelves. No pub
Ushers iu the country pay stricter attcn
tion to tbe character of the works they
issue than the Messrs. Lothrop, and the re
suit is that in their entire catalogue ot one
thousand different titles, there is not a stu
pid book, an uninteresting book, or a book
which does not servo some useful purpose
The parent or teacher can select trom it in
perfect confidence, and we commend the
catalogue to the attention of all who arc
buying for homo or school libraries.
Beisdes the entirely new books, new edi
tions have been made of some of tho more
important of those in last year's list. Those
who purchase for general reading will find a
rich field from which to choose. In stand
ard stories there is nothing better than the
books of Ella Farman, Pansy, and Julia A
Eastman all bright, full of life, and enter
taining. Then they arc the almost count
less "series'' and "libraries." Of the latter
the most important is the new Fireside
Library, consisting of 100 volumes care
fully eelecto 1 from the entire list, intended
to form a perfect homo library. Tho selec
tious are graded to suit the tastes and needs
of the entire family, from the eldest readers
down to the little tot who is just beginning
to pick out her letters. The price of the
library puts it in reach of most people, and
even when lie does not feel like bearing th
whole expense, half a dozen families cau
easily club together for its purchase. Of
tho lesser libraries there are The Pussy
Willow, tho Spare Minute, the George Mac
Donald, and a multitude of others whose
names can be learned from the catalogue,
One of the most charming holiday vol
umes ot tho year will be Mrs. Amanada H.
Harris's How Wo Went Bird's Neatiug,
elegantly printed on heavy paper, with
wide margins, and illustrated by twelve
superb full page drawings by G. F. Barnes.
Tho biuding will be in harmony with the
contests, and altogether it promises to be
the book of tho season. Another beautiful
volume will bo thu second in the Ameri
can Artists series, brought out in the' same
stylo as tho first. It will contain forty il
lustrations. Still auother is Tho New Eng
land Story Book, made up of representa
tive stories by popular New England
authors, richly illustrated nud bound.
Clara Doty Bates, an iudefutigablo work
er for tho childreu, presents a charmingly
written story, Heart's Content; Mrs. A.M.
Diaz a littlo book crammed with short
stories and illustrations, called Christmas
Morning, and there is a new Art in tho
Nursery, with thirty more pictures than in
tho first edition. Gcorgo F. Barnes has a
series of Nursery Tiles consisting of twenty
four original drawings, bound m oblong
quarto form, with directions tor coloring,
and there is a new volume of Babyland, in
bright and attractive covers.
More attention, perhaps, is paid to tho
very little children than to their ciders in
the way or providing for them fascinating
stories and illustrated literature. Somo of
the issucsof tho Messrs. Lathrop are perfect
marvels of beauty in outward appearance,
while somo of our most popular authors .
contribute their best work for the delight
of the little men and women of the family.
A new edition of Pansy's Picture Book
is brought out in boards, and a new vol
ume is added to the Wide Awako Pleasure
Book scries , a collection which now num
bers eight in all. There is also a new issue
of that delightful volume, Poems for Our
Darlings, and the Children's Funny Book
takes a frosty lease of lite in revised form.
Largo print for Little Renders is just what
tho three-year-olds will delight in, and the
same little ones will find in On tho Tree
Top and Stories for Language Lessons un
For those a little older are Don Quixote,
jr., The Dogberry Bunch one of the most
delightful stories published for a longtime;
Tho Children's Isle a new story by tho
popular English writer, Eliza Meteyard;
Tho Sisters of Glencoe, a remarkably pow
erful story; a fresh Pansy book, A New
Graft on the Family Tree, and other works
from favorite pens, richly and beautifully
Fannie Roper Feudge's India, the initial
volume in Lothr&p's Library of Entertain
ing History, claims attention, and so, too,
iu a marked degree, docs True Manliness,
the fourth volume in the Spare Minute
series. It is made up from gems of
thought selected from the works of Thomas
Hughes, tho author of School-days at
Rugby, and contaius an introduction from
the pen of James Russell Lowell, and an
autobiographical sketch by Mr. Hughes.
Of the books which boys and girls never
tire of reading are Johnny's Discoveries,
by Adam Stwin, and Four Feet, Wings,
and Fins, by Mrs. Anderson-Maskell
Each of these may be had in three volumes'
or one. Overhead is another volume of
the same kind, and is commended by Prof.
Waldo, of Harvard college as one ot the
best books published for teaching young
pupils lessons in astronomy.
The gift-books issued by this house arc
perennially popular, and in steady demand.
The well-k nown Golden Treasury series iu
six volumes, red line and full gilt, quarto
form, form a decided feature of tho list.
They include The Golden Treasury, by
Francis Turner Palgrave; The Book of
Praise, by Lord Selbornc;Gurlaud from tho
Poets, by Conventiy Patmore; Tho Ballad
Book, by William Alliugham, and Ho
Lcadeth Me. A new edition of America,
so successful last season, will bo brought
out, and so, too, will Miss Lathbury's ele
gant volume Out of Darkness into Light.
Tho entire largo edition of Snow Flakes
was' exhausted early last season, and a new
one is now in press. Child Loro will re
new its popularity, and purchasers who
wish for those two tasteful religious pre
sentation books, Ninety and Nine and Jesus
Lover of My Soul, will havo an opportunity
to gratify their wants.
It is impossible for a woman after a
faithful course of treatment with Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, to con
tinue to suffer with a weakness of the
uterus. Euclose a stamp to Mrs. Lydia E.
Pinkham, 333 Western avenue, Lynn, Mass.,
for tier pamphlets.
FREE OF COST.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Bronchits,
etc., is given awuy in trial bottles free of
cost to the afflicted. If you havo a severe
cough, cold, difficulty ot breathing, hoarse
ness or any affection of tho throat or lungs
by all means give this wonderful remedy a
trial. As you value your existenco you can
not afford to let this opportunity pass. Wo
could not afford, nnd would not give this
remedy away unless wo knew it would ac
complish what wo claim for it. Thousands
it hopeless cases have already been coui-
letely cured liy it. There is no medicine
in the world that will euro one-halt tho
uses that Dr. King's New Discovery will '
tire. For sale by Geo. E. O'llarn. driiieist.
Cairo, Illinois. ()
'Malt Bitters" aro Brain, Nerve and
Bloood food, peculiarly adapted to, and
warmly recommended by our druggists
and physicians for General Debility, Mcn-
al nnd Physical hxhaustion, Hysteria.
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Emaciation and
The Voltaic Bklt Co., Marshall,
Mich. Will send their celebratod Electro-
Voltaic Belts to the nlllicted upon 80 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
We havo no nervous touic at onco so re-
iablc nnd convenient as Follows' Com
pound Syrup of HypophoHphites, and we,
therefore, gladly recommend it In tho dis-
nnuia riC aneli nrrrnna na fifimmtt fur Imkllft
upon involuntary muscular action.