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"HE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. . SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 23f 1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 100.
of '.(.v leading business nouses whose adfer'lsc
ft' Mr may be round In Tit Uui.i ktiN
I'. 0. fatter A Cm., Commercial aveiitw ud Nine
Voi urn !l Rrnderkk, Wash. Avn.. cor. Eolith
N.w York more. C . fuller Si I'd , Cor Nine
tenth unit Commercial.
I): .), II. Marean: office, fki Commercial avenue.
Jirs, Leach Si Wheeler, Eighth street,
:)r. W. r. Jorelvu. Eighth near Commercial
Dr. K. W. Wbitlock, IM Commercial avenue.
)i. 1). Ctitirtce, No . 70(JUlo levee flip stairs)
Enultalrte Life, of New York, corner Twellth
C.".; Niiti'H.nl. Obio levee.
J ot.k sprout, conier Twelfth Hid I.eee.
I! RACKET S'iOllE.
K. Kurd. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
TI'K MA I IX
- ENKRAL DELIVERY open ,:iU t m ; closes
J ti;:vy m.; Suuday; a to t) i. m
Money Order Department open ut 8 t. m. ; closea
iVrouiti Express Malls Ml Illinois Central
Mississippi Central Railroads dose at p. in.
Cairo and Poplar Blufl Tinoutfu and Way Mill
doai.s at 1 p. ni. .... , I...
Way Mall via Illinois Central. ilro and Vln
r.enaea and .Mka.salppl Cetilral Railroads close t
''Wyi';i(jf Krr Uwge Railroad closes at
k -i t. m.
" Cairo ar.d Eviuisville Hiver Route closes at '.!;
p iu. u!iv (except Frldayi.
V ayor - S. B. Thistlewood.
i U rk -Dennis. J. Koiey.
i ouLelor -Win. H OIiber..
Marshal-J C. Uliue.
lti)4HII or Al.UXHMKK.
v'.Mt Ward--M J. llowky
Sw.ond Ward -David T. Linear. C. li. Wood
Third Ward -W. J'. Wri-tt. E-bert Smith.
r'ourth W ard ---Charles O. falier, James Hynastnn
K l' Ward -T. W. Ilalliday, Ernest B fettli
r'ult .ludi!'-- D J Baker.
':rcuit Clerk J. A Renves.
c.iumy Jmlitc K Yocum.
i ounty Clerk S. J lluinm.
i ounty Attoruy-W. C. Stalker.
County Tre.Tftim-Miks vV. l'arker.
r-brrin-John Uodves .
'uroner-K. Kitxcr.c. ,
Coanly Coniuililouers-1 Vt . Diiikay, A
V. Uibbs. Samuel Brlley.
Vf HICAN M. E.-KimrteenUi street, rwlweeti
Wklimt and f:.:dar atreet: tervicn Sabbatft 11
l. a andT:3op ni.: Sunday tithool 1 : p in
CIlUHTIAS-EitrhU'enlh ftreet; meeting Sab
; bulb lU: Wp n..; preaclit&i! occiowH!j.
MUIlcn OF THE HEDEEMKK-Eplcopal)
Kj KourUutb atreet; Hundav Morning prayer
1U-I a. id.; evening umyera. 7 ;V) p. ui.i Sunday
fcbool i. n. ttidiy evening prayer T:30 p. m.
lJKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHrUCH -r
f re:bini: at . m., :) p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
sa'nbath aehool at 7 3U p- m. Rev. V- J. Sbor.i.
jUTIIEHAN-Tblrlntb atrtet: ervkei Sab
j batbl:i t m.; Sunday nbool jp rn. Rev.
K nappe, pantor
MKTIIODIST-Cor. Klphtb and Wa'.nnt tree;
frticbiiic Sabbatb 1U:Jf" a. in. and 7 p.m.:
prayer mcetiut;. Wednesday 7 :: p. m.; SLuday
M bool, a in. Rev. Wblttaker. pator.
IlhESBYTKKlAN Ek'hltt 'treet: pnacblne on
Sabbatb al J1:0U a. iu. and 7:' p. in.; prayer
meeting WedntmHar nt '.tip. tn.: Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Rev. B V. tieor,'e. pwtor
CECOND KREE-WII.L BAlTlST - I'lffeLth
O atreet. between Walnnt and C.Mlar treet, i":r
vice. Sabbatb at 3 and 7:3U p. in.
(JT. .JOSEPH'S -RotnaD Catbolici Comer f'ron
O and Walnut lreet; aervtrec Sabbatb it):ta.
ui. ; Sunday Scbool al i p. in ; Yefper i p. in.; k r
vKcf every day at B p m.
CT. PATRICK'S -(Koman Cathullc) Corner NinUi
0 atreet and Waahiniftou aveune; ervlce Snb
ovh and Ula. in.; Veper 3 p. m.; Pnndav School
H p m. ; aervicei every day at t p. l". Kev. r. abel,
WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN 'lEMI'KHANCK H !
l ION. holde It recular wet-kly meelllitfa iu
1 tie ball of the Cilro Temperani e Keform Clnn. ev
ry Thurday nlternooii, al a:'W o'clock, livery
body ifi luvltvU loathud.
II. MAKEAN, M. I),
Hoinconatliic 1'lijsician and Snrffoon.
Offce 14 0(, amerrlal ivenuc. ReKldencc corner
fourteenth hi. aud Wiahlnston avenue. Cairo.
. E. W. WHITLOCK,
urnci No. 1S6 Commercial Avenue, between
Slfbtb aud Ninth Sireeu
J)K. W. C. J0CELYN,
OFFICK-Elshtk Street, neur Commerntil Avcnne.
A4week lnynnrowntovn, $r ontflt free. No
Xtmrlrk Reader, If you want a budneK at
V Jyj which peraou of either can maka urul
pay all the time they work, write for particular! to
H. HALLETT St CO.. Portland.
nu FIFTY CliJXTK
Full IS ox. bottle. Dcst Combination.
Itisloy's Enmlsion of Cod Liver Oil.
With UypophoHpkltci Llmo nd Soda, with l'epidnc
It la hlnlily rcrommendeil by pliyalclini a the
jnont effectual aud reliable remedy for coiiRlia,
trrddn, brolichltla, Kennral debility, etc. Agreeably
llnvored. f leaf nut to tuku. Aud can be retained
on the we akeatPtomarli.
The Simplest, Surest ami Most Reliable
Fnre Dlftllletl Extractor WITCn HAZEL,
hatefully propndj ThnroiiBhly illble; I'ull
rtrcnth: and eiiiial In aire or bottle to hhv mude.
Cure Kpralns, brulaei, iwelllnira, chiillH'. cuts,
wound", bnrni.'Cttlda, acild-bend, pllea, Halt i iietim
fkln eruptlona, aore oyea, aorn nioutli, noursliilu.
intlammatory awolllnc". ""n tbrontand for arliltiK
pain tt la undoubtedly the (treateat heallne prepur
tlon ever uaed. Numeroua tmtlinoulala can be
irocarud If dmlrnd.
MlTonnee botikiifMBla; pltitbottka, Wceuta;
Qt W. WIIKKLER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
coufiantly on nana
At Seventy-fly fents per IimJ.
S t ii v (? Trimmings
At one dollar per load.
The "lrlnimlii((a"aro coara abavlnca and make
the beat auinnier w.mjiI for rooklni; purpoteaaa well
a the cheapest ever dd in Cairo. For black
mltb'a aw in aeitlng Urea, they are unequalled.
Leave your ordera al the Tenth atreet wood yard
yOCUM it RODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Va.hin;ton Avcnue, Cor.
CAIRO - - ILLS
L- i 1 M
SI C'VKS AND TINWARE.
ALT, SORTS, SIZKS AND STYLES,
M;u;iif:it.tuir (it ami Dealer in
TIN, COWER !t SHEET-IKON WARE
A1.I. KI.ND OK lol! WOIIK HONK TO OltDEK.
NO. l7 EIGHTH STREET,
C;tii-o, - - Illinois,
The Kkuet Tttood, Swietect Breath, and
Katrcrl Skin in Hop Dlllera
"A link' UopBlttert rivet tig doctor bills and
"Tliat invalid wife, mother. a:at-;r or child
can be nikdo the picture of licalth with Hop
"When worn down and ready to take your bed
Hop Bitter i what you need.
Don't idiyic and pbvfic, for It weakens aud
deatrny. buiiuke Hop itilU'ii tbut build op con-
lui u ally
Phynltlai.a or all arhoola tie nnfl recommend
Hop Ulttera, TeM Ibem.
nea'.tb la beamy and Joy - Hop Bittcra gives
brail Ii nud beauty,
"There u more eun-a niHile with Hop Bittera
than all other inedlcinea.
'When the brnln la wearied, the nervca tin
ftrun;', the muaclea weak, nee Hop Jilttera.
"That low, nervous fev t. want or fleep and
weakr.eai. ealia Tor Hop BitttorB'
Hop ( ongli Cure anil Pain Relief Is l'leasnnt.
Sure ami Cheap.
KOR SALE BY ALL DRHiUISTS.
HaH'ord me Rreat pleaaure to bear teotlmony to
the heiiffita I have received from uaine Fellowa'
Conipotind Syrup of Hypophoaphitea. I have rec
omineniled it tom:iny or niv frlenda, nnd it haa
liroved iin excellulit enrative for Nervnnaneai and
(lenerul Debility. Il ia alao a drat clna Tonic ena
Idea a peraon to tiikn on flnab rapidly, and la free
from the coliatlpallUBi'ffectafhnriicterltic of other
Tonka 1 have tried.
Komi Dr. Earle's Testimonial.
Met Jamp.h I. Fei.i.ow. Mnnuf.icturln? Chemkt.
Sin, Koraeveral mouthg pnat I havu uaed your
Compound Syrup in thn treatment of Inclpleut
fhthiaia, Chronic Bruncbitia aud other All'ectlona
of the Cheat, nnd I have no hesitation In atating
that it runkarorcnioft ainonpat the remedies naed In
thoacdUeaHta. Beins an excellent nervoua Tonic,
It exerta a direct Inlluenec on the Nervoua system,
and through it, It invlsnrnteatho body. It ntl'orda
mc pleaaure to riconimend a remedy which la real
ly uood 'n c.iaea Tor which it la intended, when ao
tniuiv advertiaed are wore than tiaeleaa.
lam, air, yours Duly, Z.H.EARLK, Ja.M.D.
It cures Aatbma. Loaa of Voice, Neuralela. St.
Vitus' Dauco, Epileptic Kiln, Whooplinr Couh.
Nervouaneaa, ana la a mort wonderful adjunct to
other remedies In snatulnlng life dui lnx the pro
I'eas of Diptherla.
Do not be daetdved bv rcmedlea beuriuB slml
lur name no nt'her protiiratlon la a
substitute tor tbts under any
SOLD BY ALL DRl'yOlSTS,
TT 17 17 A TT T ril A T T 17
i n u juu u j i ii d jj rjj
Assimince Society of
1 lJ 0 BROADWAY NEW 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, and 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 policy has been in force for three years.
"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 iiir
T0XTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY.
And thereby to popularize life insurace to a degree before
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
l ilities than any of the leading companies.
SECOND The Equitable saved more of its income last year
than any other company.
THIRD The Equitables death rate was less lat year than
any other of the leading companies.
FOURTH The Equitable realize a higher rate of rent, or
interest, on real estate than any other company.
The Society takes pleasure in lefeninrr to the following well known biitjincs
meu insured in tie society, comixMiug an
ADVISORY BOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
TII08. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier City Ntttiouil
FRANK L. (JALKillER, Cairo City mills.
J. M. I'HILLirs, frealdent UalMday Si l'bllllps
PAULO. SCHUII. Wholesale and rotnll drill;
gist. WILLIAM STRATTON, or SHratton Si Bird
WALTON W.WRICHT, of i. D. Wllllatnson,
Si Co., Boil Htores and Commission inercbuuts
FRANK IIOWK. of C. M. Howe Jfc Bros., pro
virions and produce.
ERNEST tt. l'ETTIT, (irrccrlfs, fiiieenaware
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
the above Board or to
E. A. BURNETT, A.geut.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W.N'.CR.MNK. General Mtinajrer for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and (he
Tenitorlefl, 168 Deivrboru Street, ('hleao.
tlie United States.
has paid since its oroan
1880, $51,882,730, and
SIMPSON II. TABKR, of Tiber Broa., manu
fact tiriuit Jewelers.
WILLIAM D. LII'l'ET, Assistant pnattnaster.
W, E. OOIILSON.Dry Kooda, rancy Roods and
TIIOS H. TAKU, General merchandise and
JACOB Bl'RdER.of BurRer Bros, dry Roods
JOHN SPKOAT, Proprklor "Sprout's HefrlR
GEO. R.'LENTZ, Sitperlnlendent Cairo City
JIKCBKllT MACK1E. of A. Mackle St Co.'s
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
IJiucauo, October 22, 10 a. m.-
Pork November, 12 00; .January,
12 C7;Oetober, 18 87.
Com November, Mc; October, 39 '8'c;
Oats November, SOc; October, SO'c;
Wheat November, li!H(c; Durcmber,
CurcAoo, October 22, 12 m. .
Pork November, 11 AO; January,
Oats November, 29?uc; December,
Com Novombfi'. Mdc; Decenibur,
Wlicat November, 1)!?bu; December,
$1 01? ; October, OOJc.
aoo, October 22, 1 p. m.
Pork-October, 1S 7.1.
Wheat October, 1 00; November,
1 01; December, 1 02.
Com October, 3!)J.;jc; November. 40c;
December, 40 c.
OaU -October, 29sfc; November, l!0c;
NEW VOKK OltAfN.
New Yohk, October. 22, 12:01, p. jf,
Wheat irregular No. 2 Chicago, 1 14
dlil 12; No. 2 Milwaukee, 1 t3(?5l 1C;
red winter, 1 12 1 18; No 2 red winter,
Com quid No. 2, ." ifc .
LivEiti'ooi., October 22, 2 p. t.
Wheat small business at lower prices
winter 8s 10dy)s M ; Spring, 8s oc
9s !tl ; California average, 8s 8il9s 8J;
California club, 9s 7d(3(10s 2d.
Corn New GJodfjs 4d.
A strong friendship existed during Arte
mus Ward's lite between himself and
Griswold, and some of the nlcasantest re
miniscencts of tho former's jocularity are
from the hand he ever loved to grasp in
confidence. Here is one that will umufec as
well as convey to its readers a fair idea of
the "Fat Contributor's" easy style of writing
am witu lad :
"When in 18b';, Ward conceive .1 the idea
of making a lecture tour through
California a great undertaking in
those davs he engaged the writer to
accompany him as agent, offering a
salary that mado tho insignificant pay of a
Cleveland "local" blush with shame. Not
knowing that lecturers, and especially hu
morists, have a way of engaging every man
as agent who professes a desire to travel, I
made all preparations to go, resigned my
situation, and anxiously awaited my sum
As I waited, various articles were sold to
pay expenses. I ate my stove I remember,
ami think drank my bureau. At length,
when nearly every thing had none, I learn
ed that Ward had gone, too, taking another
agent, x was naturally incensed, and re
solved that there would be a severe settle
ment when next we met. I rehearsed the
anticipated scene frequently, and resolved
just how I would go to work and annihi
Our meeting was iu Now York, in July,
1804. 1 Had heard ot Ins return from Call
fornia, and prepared to empty tho vials of
my wrath upon his head, wc accidently
ran against each other on Broadway. My
slumbering indignation flamed up at once.
I thought of the cooking stovo I had de
voured, and the various articles of house
hold furniture I drank up, and was about
to go for him. when Ward suddenly rushed
forward and grasped me warmly by the
hand, exclaimed: "Why Gris., old boy,
how are you? When did you get back from
As I looked at him, speechless with
amazement, he continue l:1- 'They told me
you camo home 'aruuud the horn.' but I
never knew you' to go around a horn yet
join me! "
.Now Vtard had a very persuasive- way ot
locking his arm in with another's, and in a
momentary tit of weakness I went along.
"Wnrd !', said I sternly, "I owe you a
licking on account of that California
agency business, but will put it off until
'Tut it off as long as you want to," re
plied Ward, in a tone of general aecommo
ilation, as though I was spenking about re
turning him a loan. "If you owe me a
licking, pay mc when you get ready. I
aid in no hurry. Don't care if yon never
Numerous were the unavailing efforts that
I made to bring Ward to a settlement.
When I would commence: "Now, Arte
mus, how about that California business?"
ho would interrupt "Oh, never mind that
whipping. No hurry at all. Send it to me
through the mail or telegraph it. Let's
I have got even, however, in a measure
I have engaged a number ot agents my
"DON'T KNOW IIALFTIIEIU VALUE."
"They cured mo of Ague, Hiliousness
and Kidney complaint, as recommended, I
had a halt bottlo left which I used for my
two little girls, who tho doctors and neigh
bors said could not bo cured. I would have
lost both of them ono night if I had not
given them Hop Hitters. They did them so
much good I continued their nsc until they
were cured. That is why I say do not know
half tho valuo of Hop Hitters, and do not
recommend them high enough.".,
Rochester, N. Y. Seo other column.
American Rural Home.
INDIANA SURE FOR HANCOCK.
Tho democrats of Cairo, as well as all
over the country, are in the best of spirits
.1 n , . . , . w ... ... .
mm arc connaeni inat inuiana will bo re
deemed in November. Tho democrats of
that state aie in tho field shoulder to
shoulder. Eight years ago- in October,
IS 3 after substantially holding the state
for ten years, tho republicans were beat Jjy
Governor Hendricks, who carried tho state
against General Browne, lor governor, by a
majority of 1,148 votes. Hut that victory
did not secure the state to the democrats
under Greeley in November, for Grant re
ived a majority of 22,515 votes. The
democratic majority in October was tho re
sult ot Mr. Hendricks' personal popularity.
Grant's majority in November was the re
sult of democratic dislike of JJorace
Greeley. The November voto in that year
fell 28,000 short of the October vote.
In this year of our Lord 1880, the con
ditions are reversed. Landers lacked the
personal popularity of Hendricks, and was
objectionable to hundreds of democrats.
Hancock is personally and politically popu
lar with all of them more so than any
other man that could have been named for
the high position for which he is a candi
date, Mr. Hendricks perhaps excepted, and
in November they will come out to his
support in their lull strength, and will as
surely give him the electoral vote of the
state as they elected Mr. Hendricks govern
or in 1872.
LIST Oh" LETTERS REMAINING I NC'ALLtU
FOll IN TUB P08TOKFKE AT CAIllO, ILL.,
KltlDA V OCT011EK 22, 1880.
Akers, Addie; Axley, Man W; Benton,
Annie; Bryant, Sarah; Backcn, Nora; Brad
ley, Emeline; Brown, Martha L; Brown,
Bettic ; Britton, Clarasy ; Culberton, Sarah ;
Colrill, Susan; Dunn, Mollie; Day, Ellen;
Domhon, Mrs. John; Filkius, Etta; Good,
Jennie; Hamilton, Fannie; Higgins, Cath
erine; Harny," Margaret; Hall, Adaline;
Harrington, Loe; Josom, Mattie; Keefe,
Mary; Kennedy, Margaret; Luskce, Ellen;
Lane, Eliza; McClure, Susan; McKinney,
Sarah; Mass, Lizzie; McDermott, Maiy;''
Muse, Lizzie; Owens, Mrs Pufs; Reseker,
Mrs. S; Redman, Mrs. Laron; Schlamer,
Melina A; Taylor, Elizabeth; Taylor, Jen
nie; Talbeit, Mrs. Wm; Thomas, Alice;
Warren, Mrs. A; Woodruff, Katie; Wooten,
Eliztbeth; White, Mattie J; Walter. Eme
line. CESTLEMENS' LIST.
Anderson, Otis; Blankership, Wm; Bee
son. Turner; Babloiuky, S; Beacham, Is
aac; Carter, W J; Culler.. M E; Crawford,
Marion; Crabtree, JW; Copeiand, J; Cole,
James J.; Caudle, George; Dalton, J A;
Eversmann. Henry; Evans & Co, N W &
Co, Fuquay, George; Freclaud, Mr.;
Fitzhenry, John; Gilkey, Ed; Garbutt, F
B; Gladden, B F Hartell, Wm; Harris,
Larkin; llogan, John; Hoffman, II C;
Jackson, Andrew; Irvin, I N; Kane, II P;
Kinsead, Fred; Koethin, G; Langdon, Wm
S; Lane, John A; Miller, W S; Martin,
Ralf; McLeod, James M; Mason, Hart;
McElroy, Albert; May, A R; Newman,
Nathan; Pitts, W A; Riley, C; Reddick,
Willis; Robertson, James; Ralf, II V;
Stephens, Samuel ; Stattor, Joseph ; Stovall,
John; Turner, Henry; Tanner, George;
Persons callingj for any of the above
named letters, will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKeaio, postmaster.
A man may work twelve hours a day for
fifteen years on a morning newspaper with
out taking a vacation for the benefit of bin
health; but should the same man get a pos
ition iu oue of tho government departments
at Washington, where they commenco work
at nine o'clock a. m., and quit at threo p.
in., in less than a year lie would be so
"overworked" and worn out that he would
want a six woeks' holiday to recuperate.
It must be in the drinking water. Nor
An eloquent editor, on vacation, writes to
his paper : "We never weary ot gazing out
over the vast expanse of the sea, of watch
ing the varying skies which bend above,
and the white ships gliding to and fro like
noiseless spirits iu the deep." Shake
brother, l ou have won our respect. Or
dinary men would have been watching the
new styles ol bathing dresses and the noisy
spirits that splash with them in tho deep.
An editor, thank heaven, is a moral being.'
New York Graphic.
An Illinois editor was sued for libel and
became the father of twins, all iu one day.
He boro up, however, until a serenading
party came around at midnight and roused
iiim from dreams of a new steam press, to
tho cold fact that scveu discordant voices
were wailing a plantation melody under his
window. Then his unhappy spint (in a
pint flask) sailed swiftly out of the window
nnd struck the leader on tho head, break
ing up both the party and tho bottle.
Fhom Centennial headquarters I find
Dr. Bull's Cough Svrup excellent, having a
ready sale and rendering more satisfaction
than any cough syrup I have ever sold.
A. B. Malonev, M. D., Fifteenth and Car
penter streets, Philadelphia, Pa.
It is linnossiblo for a woman after a
faithful course of treatment with Lydia .
Pinkham's Veiretablo Compound, to con
tinue to fniffer with a weakness of the
uterus. Enclose a stamp to Mrs. Lydia E.
Piukhatn, 2U3 Western avenue, Lynn, Mass.,
for her pamphlets.