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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 21, 1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 101.
l! tl.i l'uiling huameaa huuicn whoae aitvar'lac
iKiti may be found In Tm Buixktim
C. u . Puller it Co., Commercial avenue iul Nine-'.e-aih
I'., ctu Ilradcrlr.lt, Wah. Ave., cur. Eighth.
V Vork Store, C. O. Patter C , ('or. Nine-
'.('Mltll UlUl Commercial.
J I II. Mr'ti: oftVo, l(o Commercial avenue.
lira, l.i ti'li & W lie U r, Kluhlli alrm-t.
Si. W C Jurnlvn, Klehth nfsr Commercial
b K W. Whltlix-lc, I Vi Counnmlai avenue.
I. II. ('andi-c. No. TfiOhlo levee (up atalrai.
:i.!'a)iU) Life, of New York, Comer Tellll) an"
t'-j ullcina'.. olilo lev-e.
fcf'-e Slilli ".
J !. Sprout, turner Twelfth and Levee,
:.-.'. Ford. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
SSERAL DELIVERY open . SJ a m ; cloaea
If OiSOp.m.; Sunday: b to a. m.
.foncy Order Department open at fa. m.; cloaca
Expra Mailt ta niinoi Central 3:40
HaaU-alppt Cental Rallroada tloie at 9 p. m.
Oairo and Poplar Bluff Thronga and Way Mall
.,,i.a at I p in. ... ...
War Mail ria llilnnl. Central. Cairo aud ln
cn.at and MiM.-uppt Central Kallroada cloae at
V4'i p. tn.
Way Jtfau fur Narrow Gaui Railroad cloaca at
Hi. m. ...
Cairo and EvanavRl.- Hi ver Route c!."' a! i:Su
V Bi.dalitr texeepl KrtiUTi.
Vaj.r-N. H Thiatiewood.
7wwurer Edward Deaonia.
:crk-Denula J. Foley,
t oonaelor -Win. B. Gilbert.
V. arha; J . C.UUne
a t.,.rnfv William Hendrlcka.
iMiinu or ai.pkkiKk.
f-irat Ward-M. J. Howler.
rond Ward-David T. U;M, C K. Wood
""bird Ward-W. P. Wrk'ht. Epbert Smith.
Pourth Ward-Cbarlea 0. Patier.Jame. Kynaaton
Ward-T. W. Hslllday, Brneat B Pettil.
:irult Jud-e D. i Raker,
rtrniit Clerk J A. He.v.
roanty Wurti,--!! Yocum.
f ouij Clerk-S J.Uuniio.
v ouuty Attorny-W. C. Mulker.
CouBtvTreaA'irvr Mile rt'. Parker.
iberlit John Hodire.
Connty Couimiaalonera-t. . ilal.loay, J A.
M. Globe. Samuel Brilty.
a TRICAN M. E.-Konrteenth atreet. hetwen
j Walnat and Cedar atrix-ta: afrvtfra Sabbath 11
a. m. and 7;' p m ; Sunday School 1:30 p. ro.
CrURISTI AN-Eighteenth Hreet; meeting Sah-
batb V):p. in. J preaching occmioiially.
iHCHCn OF TUE REDEEMER (Kplacopal)
J KoarUntb a'reeti Bundav MornlnK praye
10:30 a. m.; evtniiiL' prayer., i JO p. m.: bunday
aebjol :: a. m. Friday .renint! prayer 7:30 p. m.
1 I-IRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHrRCII.
r PwacblBil at I0:J a. m.. S p m.. and !:i p. m.
r-ahbstn acliool at 7: p in. Rev. i J. Shorea,
TJTTIE RAN -Thibet nth atreet; aervi.ea Sah
J j bath 1.) ni.; bnuday r ihool 1 p m. Rev.
METHODIST-Cor. Blu'hlh and Walnut atreeta;
JVathtng Sat.hath 1o:jii a. m. and 7 p.m.;
nray-r mcetlnit. Wednesday 7:30 p. w.; Sunday
rjcoeol, m. IUt. Whlttaker, pator.
IIRKSBYTERIAN-Elirhlh atro': preachlnf on
I Kabbath at U M a. in. and 7:Vip.
E.eeUuit Wednelav at 7:30p.m.; Sunday hebool
ac 3 p. m. Rev. B. Y. (ieor.-e, paetof.
CECOVI) FRKE WII.I. BAPTIST - Fifteenth
O ureet, hetwovn Walnut and CVdar ureeta, aer
Tlcea Sabbath at aud 7:3 p. m.
ST ,IOSEPn-SRouian Calhollel Corner Croaa
and Walnut alrveta; aenliea b)bath 10: a.
m. ; Sunday School at i p. m. ; Vepr. J p. m. ; aer
vice, every day at t p. m.
OT. PATRICK S--( Roman Catholic! Comer Ninth
O ptreet and Waahlnirton avenue; errica Sab
bath I and 10 a. m. ; Veeper 3 p.m.; Pnnday School
S p. m-iturvicea everyday at b p. ui. Rev. F. Zabel,
AITOVTAN-S CHRISTIAN TEM PERANCK V '
luN. holda It. n-ttular weekly mevtini; in
the tall Ol the Cairo Temperance Kvfortn Clurt, ev
ry Thuraday atternonn, at 3:10 o'cltii-k. tvery
t.ody la InviU'd to attend.
U. MAREAN, M. ).,
Houieoiiatliic Fhjslcian and Surgeon.
(-rTice 11 Oi, amerclal avenue. Renldence corner
Fourteenth bt. and Waahlimton avenue, Cairo,
U. E. W. WHITLOCK,
urroi-Ho. 13 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Eluhth Street, near Commercial Avenue,
Jaaaa w.ek In your own town, .l outfit IVe. No
Xhltrlak. Reader, if you want a bualnca at
V'whlch peraoiii of either .ei can make Rreil
ay all the time thnr work, write for particular! to
UMIiAl l A w.i I orviauu.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. UALLIDAY, Proaldent.
II. L. UALLIDAY, Vlce-Preildent,
THOS. W. UALLIDAY, C'Mhter.
a .TAiTa tatloi, w. r. lu.tniT,
UIMMT L, BAUJBAT, I. H. CtrNNlNOnAM,
. O. WILLUWIOM, tntCBIK IIUO,
Excb&nfre. Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND 80LD.
DepoaltarecalTed tod I general biaklut buelnen
(J W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
comtantly on liana
At Seventy-five contn per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "irlmmlnfry'tre coarae abavtnpe and make
the boat aonimer wood for cooking pnrpoaaM well
t the cheapeat ever .old In Cairo. Kor bluek
"mlth'i ua In aettine tlrea, they are unequalled.
I.eavv your order, at tbo Tenth .treet wood yard
YOCUM & IJRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
WasliinRton Avenue, Cor.
G All lO . . ILLS
in . a
i-i " 7
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STOVES AND TIN WARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES.
Manufacturer ot ami Dealer in
TIN, COWER Si SHEET-IRON WARE
AM. KIM OP JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois,
"The Rlebeat Rlood, Swietept Breath, and
Kalre.t Skin In Hop Bittern.
"A little Uop Bitter eavn big doctor billa and
"That invalid wife, mother, a.ater or child
can be made the picture of health with Uop
"When worn down and ready to take your bed
Hop Bitter, la v, hat you need.
"Don't phyic and pbvaic. for It weakena and
deatroya, Bui tuke Hop Bitter, that build up con
tinually. "PhyHlciana of all arhoola nip and recommend
Hop Bitter. Tent them.
'nealth la beauty and joy -Uop Bitten tjlve
health aud beauty,
"There are more cures made with Hep Bittera
than all other medicine..
"Wheu the brain la wearied, the nerveB tin
atrnug, the mnacle. weak, uae Hop Uittera.
"That low. nervoua fev r. want of alecp and
weaknefa. raits for Hop Bitttora'
Hup Cotigh Cure RtidPiiln Relief is I'lensiint,
Sure unit Cheap-
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
IS YE UP
Itnffonla me great pleaaure to bear tcatlmonv to
the beui'dta 1 have received from uaiDi; Kcllowa
Compound Syrup of Hypophoaiihllea. I have rec
nmmended it tnnmuy of mv friend a, and it faaa
proved an excelleut curative for Nervouaueaa and
fleneral Debility. It ia alaoa drat clog. Tonic ena
hlea pcriton to take ou fleah ranidly. and I. free
from the conatlpatiniieffectacharacterlatlc of other
Tonic. 1 bavo tried.
Read Dr. Earle's Testimonial.
Mil. Jaxk 1. Fri.iows. ManufiicturlnKChemlat.
Bat, Foraeveral tnontha paat I havu used your
Compound Syrup In the treatment of Incipient
I'hthlala, Chronic Bronchitla nud other AtTecttona
of tho Cheat, Hud I have no heailation In alntini;
that it rank. foremost amonc.l tho remedlea oaed lu
thoaediaeaaea. lluinu an excelleut nervoue Toulc,
it exerla .direct Influence on the Nervotia ayatem,
aud through It, II InvlRoratea tho bode. It afford
me pleaaure to recommend n remedy which la real
ly good in cm aea for which It la Intended, when to
many advertised are worte than uaeleaa.
I am, alt, your Italy, Z. S. EARI.E, Jn.M. D.
Ucure Atllima Loaa of Voice. Ncttralela, St.
Vltua' Dance, Epileptic Fits, Whoopini; Coti;li,
Nurvou.neaa, and la a moat wonderful adjunct to
other remedlea hi auntainiu lll'o during the pro
ccaa ol' Dlptherla,
Do not be deceived by remedlea henrln? a alral
l.r name; uo wilier preparation la a
aabatitute lor this under any
BOLD DY ALL DRL'UOISTS.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
1MO BROADWAY NEW YO K K
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 Claim, audits
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 has 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 Society was the first to in-"
TONTINE SAYINGS FUNI 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 ot assets to lia
1 ilities 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 realize a higher rate of rent, or
interest, on real estate than any other company.
The Society takes pleasure in referring to the following- well knowu busiuesn
rueu insured iu the society, composing: hr
ADVISORY BOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
TI10S. W. UALLIDAY, Cashier City Natlonsl
FRANK L. OALIOHER, Cairo City mill..
J. M. PHILLIPS, President Ualllday 4 Phillip
PAULO. SCHL'Il. Wholesale and retail drnj(
Rlat. WILLIAM STRA'lTON, of Stratton Bird
WALTON W. WRIGHT, or O. D. Wllllamaon.
4 Co., Boat Stores and Commieitlou merchant.
FRANK HOWE, of C. M. Howe 4 Broa.
ERNEST B. PETTIT, tiroccrloa, qtieenaware
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
the above Board or to
K. A.. BURNETT, Agent,
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. m. CRAINE, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 18 Dearborn Street, Cuicogo.
. Surplus, $7,500,000.
SIMPSON H. TABKK, ol Taller Broa., man.
WILLIAM. D. LIPPET, Aaaiatant poatmaater.
W. K GOHLSOX. Dry good, fancy good and
TnOS 8. TARR. (leurral merchandise and
JACOB Bl'ROER.of Burger Broa. dry good,
JOn S PRO AT, Proprietor
GEO. R.jLKNTZ, Snperlntondent Cairo City
HERBERT MACKIE, of A. Mackle A Co.'a
FIGURES FROM TUE RECORD.
WHICH DON T LIK, AND WHICH KNOCK
THIC PROI'n OCT FROM UNDER TIIK ONLY
CHARCIB THAT COULD BE B KOI TO HT
AGAINST MR. ALEX. II. IRVIN BY THE LY
l.(l TONOL'ES OK TRRSONAL KNF.VIIF.H.
Sam. J Uuium, &t., County Clurk.
Silt, My attention Iiah been citllcl to
the fict tlmt rumors have Iiecn put in cir
culiitiou with a desire, doubtless, to influ
ence my canvass for circuit clerk, to the
effect that during niy term as sheriff tho
expense incident to the return to justice of
escaping criminals was in whole or in part
born by tho county, and thai in the dis
charge of my duties as such slicritT, I en
tailed upon the county, by my to vigorous
prosecution of criminals, a large and cx
travitKHiit expenditure of money. 1 will
thank you to examine the records in your
office and inform the public from such ex
amination whetbur they bear out the truth
ot any such state ot facts, aud very greatly
oblige Yours Very Respectfully,
Alex. II. I it vis.
Cairo, 111., Oct. 0, 1830.
Alex. II Irt id. Kt"-
Dba it Sir- I am in receipt of your note
of the 9th inst., aud in response to your re
tiuest therein contained, have made an ex
amination of tho reetnls of the county
board, dating back to the time, when you
assumed control of the sheriff's office in
1370. I do not Ond that the county, in any
manner, contributed towards the payment
of the expenses you have named. I do
find, however, that so far from having aug
mented the expenses of the county as an
officer, you paid into tho county treasury
as such sheriff, over and above your, com
pensation, a3 fixed by the county board, the
sum of 2,107.34, as follows;
December 1st, 1S73 $ 435 55
December 1st, 1874 1,387 73
December 1st, 1875 . ,
March 0th. 1873
S.J. IIumm, County Clerk.
CARD OF THANKS.
The undersigned desire to return their
heartfelt thanks to those merchants of
Cairo, through whose voluntary contribu
tions, the members of the Comiquu band
were enabled to obtain their new uniforms
and desire to convey the assurance that their
act of liberality will ever be kept in kindly
Leader of the Band.
Proprietor of Comique
OK TIIK INDIANA INVESTMENT COMPANY,
RANKERS, BROKERS AND FINANCIAL
AO EM'S, NO. 08 WEST WASHINGTON STREET,
SECOND FLOOR KnONT,
Indianapolis, Ind., October 1, 1880.
We offer for subscription an issue of $15,
000 first mortgage improvement bonds ot
the Colorado Co-Operative Prospecting and
Mining compnnv, issued by them in de
nominations ot $100 each, dated November
1, 1880, due in three years from date, bear
ing ten per rent, semi-annual interest.
Principal and interest payable at our bank
ing office. Bids for these bonds entire or
in part will be received by us until and in
cluding November 1, 1880, when all bids
will be opened and awards made; we re
serving the right to reiect any or all bids.
These bonds are securrco iy a first niort
uage upon mill site, mill, machinery
buildings and water rights, belonging to
the company, which said mortgage was
dtilv authorized by resolution of the board
of directors, executed aud placed of record.
This company wus duly organized and
incorporated under the laws of Colorado,
December 3, 1879, and has no other bonded
or mortgaged indebtedness, and are work
ing their mines and making substantial im
provements 011 cood property belonging to
the company.theso bonds having been issued
for improvements ' in erecting Btamp mill
ami other works to facilitate the further in
terest of the company.
Sample of bonds and other Information
may be had at this office.
The Indiana Investment Co,
O. J. R. IIasna, Wm. II. Becker,
"Malt Bitters" aru Brain, Nerve ond
Itloood food, peculiarly adapted to, and
warmly recommended by our druggists
and physicians for General Debility, Men
tal and Phvsical Exhaustion, Hysteria,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Kmuciat'on and
If I were going to buy a violin what
method should I take to get it cheap!
Why wait till father or mother bad tho
Rheumatism and then buy a bottle of Ec
lectric Oil. For I should not only get
them cured but a phial iu (Violin.) sold by
Tail O. Scuvu, Druggist.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Ciiicaoo, October 23, 10 a. m.
Pork November, $11 80; January,
Corn November, 40 14c; October, 39Jc;
Oats November, and October, 30;
Wheat November, $1 01; December,
CniCAOo, October 23, 12 m. .
Pork November, $11 67; October,
Oats November, 29;'jj'c; December,
30,'jc; October, 39c.
Corn -October, 39c; December,
Wheat -November, $1 00 December,
$1 03; October, 99c.
Ciiicaoo, October 23, 1 v. m.
Pork-October, $19 00.
Lard October, $7 908 00.
Wheat October, 99J4'c; Noremlr,
$1 00; December, $1 018'.
Corn October, 39,i8'c; November, 39c;
Oats -October, 29c; November, 29'c;
Liverpool, October 23, 3 p. m.
Wheat and corn unchanged.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
GOV. PALMER AT ANNA, ILL.
Anna, 111., Oct. 23. Ex-Gov. John M.
Palmer, having a few hours to spare before
the speaking to-night at Cobden,dclivered
an address to our citizens this afternoon at
the opera house. The house was filled, in.
spite of the short notice, and the governor
talked in his quiet neighborly - way tor
about two hours, and when he finished the
audience would have relished two more
hours of the same kind of argument.
THE SYNOD OF ILLINOIS, SOUTH.
Centralis, 111., Oct. 32. The Presby
terian Synod of Illinois, south, composed
of the presbyteries of Alton, Cauo and
Mattoon, convened here in annual session
last night, and was opened with a sermon
by the moderator, Rev. B. Y. George, of the
Cairo Presbytery, the text being 1 Cor. xiii.,
13. After the sermon the synod was con
stituted for business, with prayer Wy tho
moderator, and the roll of ministers and
churches, called by the stated clerk, Rev.
S. II. Hyde. No further business was
transacted, and the synod adjourned to 8: 30
o'clock this morning.
CIRCULATING GARFIELD'S LETTER.
LiTcnFiELD, III., Oct. 33. This town has
been billed with postej-s "Beware of Chi
nese Immigration." Garfield's letter has
tlono the Democrats lots of good here,
aud we think will count against
him in November. If this thing
is pushed as it should be it will have a de
moralizing effect at all places where there
arc many workingmen as there are here,
and in a great many manufacturing town in
Illinois and Indiana. A largo crowd left
last night for the rally at Tuylor.
A TRUANT DAUGHTER RECOVERED.
Louisiana, Mo., Oct. 23. A prominent
farmer of Ralls county was in our city
Tuesday in search of his daughter, who
had run away from homo about a week
previous. Atter a aeligent search, prose
cuted by Marshal Glen, the truant was dis
covered. The girl is but sixteen years old
and had never been away from home in her
life. She walked from Saverton to this
city, and last Saturday night was found
wandering on the streets by a police
man, who arrested her and con
veyed her to the calaboose.
Marshal Glenn released her upon
her promise to leave the city. Wheu tho
father arrived here with the description of
tho girl, the marshal identified her as tho
one who had been arrested, aud immedi
ately began his search. She was found in
an out-of-the-way negro domicile in Bono
hollow near the city. Sho represented her
self to the colored people as "Zazol," tho
female who was shot out of a cannon in
Baruum's circus, and was holding them
spell-bound with the narrative of her thrill
ing adventures. Tho story was cut short
by the arrival of tho parent and the officer,
and tho would-be Zazcl was hurried home
ward just in time to escape a meeting with
some of the town boys who bad formed
her acquaintance while wandering around
A WISE DEACON.
"Deacon Wilder, I want you to tell me
how you kept yourself aud family well tho
past season, when all tho rest of us have
been sick so much, and havo had the doc
tors visiting us so often."
"Bio. Taylor, tho answer is very easy. I
used Hop Bitters in time; kept my family
well and saved the doctor bills. Three
dollars' worth of it kept us well and able to
work all tho time. I'll warrant it has cost
you and the neighbors one or two hundred
dollars apiece to keep sick the same time."
"Descou I'll use your medicine hereafter."