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'HE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 27, 1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 103.
of ilk leading business bousos whose advertise
.mm mw uc found In Thi Bulletin
C. .'. 1'nler 4 Co., Commercial avenue and Nine-w-mli
Tui tm A RriMlvrir.lt, Wush. Ave. cor Kljjhlb.
. w York Hiuro, C. O. Patler Cs .. Cur. Nine
I)r .1 II. Murimn: ofl'no, lloCoinuii rilal avenue.
Dr. l W. U-arb Eighth slreet,
Dr. W. C. Jocitlyu. Kljilitli near Commercial
Or K W. Wultloclt. 1: Commercial aviaue.
H. II. Candee. No. TOOlilo levee (up stairs).
Kyuiuble Life, of New York, corner Twelfth anil
WVhlnztou a wime
II AN lis.
Cty National. Ohio levee.
'If.'-K SUt' .
J'ltl Sproat. corner Twelfth "d Loee.
K. C Kurd. Corner 'Ninth and Commercial.
f i ENKHAL DEI.IVEKY open i:3U i. m.; closes
VT 6:80 p.m.; 8uuday:l)toU a.tn.
Mot.oy Order Dcpartroi nt opto at 8 l. tn.; closes
Aroua'h Express Malls via Illinois Centra) 3:10
P Mlisi.siM.i Central Railroads door at 9 p. ra.
Cairo aud Poplar BiuS Tbrounh nnd Way Mall
' rirc at I u. m. , ...
Way Mall via Illinois Central. Cairo and Yin
tsuiies and MlM.Mlppl Ceuiral JUIlroad. doso at
Way Mail for Narrow Ua'igo lUllroad dos'-s t
' cilVo'aiid EvausvUle Klver font closes at 2:30
p. m. daiiv (except Friday).
Yajor -S. D Thistlewood.
i-krk Oeiinln J. Foley,
counselor- Wm. B. Gilbert.
noaao or alukiuiex.
Firm Ward M. J. lloley. .
se. oud Ward-David T. Linear. 0. R. Wood-
"rbird Ward -W. P. Wright. Khert Smith,
"ourtb Ward-Charles 0. Patter. James Kynaiton
V-.f k Ward-T. W. Halllday. Ernest P. fettlt.
.rfoll Juil:-D. J Baker.
Circuit Clerk -J. A. Reeves.
County J nil ifcK. H. YoruBl.
County Clerk-8. J Humm.
onniy Atiorny-W. C. Milkey.
County Treasurer-Miles W. Parker.
County Commissioners-!. W. ilaliliisy, J - a.
M. (ilbbs, Saranel Briley.
VFRICAN M. K. -Fourteenth street, between
Walnut aud Cedar streets: servic es Sabbath 11
a. bi and 7:3" P- m.; Sunday School 1 : p. m-
CHRISTIAN-Kizhtrenth street; meetiiiff, Sab
bath 10:9) P- m.; prearhins occalonally.
CHURCH OP THE KEDEEMKR-(Eplfopl)
FourKentb trl; Hundav Mornlug prayera
!U:30 a. m.; evening prayer, 7: p. m.: Hiuulay
r-chool9: a. m. Filday evening prayer ,:3up. m.
V'IK.ST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CnXKCII.
Jr Frracblng at iu: a. m . H p. m., and 7:i p. m.
kabbatb acbool at ":W p. m. Hev. T. J. Sliorea,
jVTHKRAN-Tbirteeulh atrevi; rvli.ea Sab
j oath ): a in.; Sunday achoolSp. n. Rev.
METHODIST Mr. KlKbtb and Walnut utrceta;
Pnachini? Sabbath io:.) a. in. and 7 p.m.:
praver nnwtlne. Wednesday 7 :80 p. m.; Sunday
brb'oo). a m. Rev. Wbittaker, pa.tor.
IHE8BYTKRlAN-KlKhth ftreet: preacbln(t on
habbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:) p. m.; prayer
nu'etfne Wedneaday at 7:p. m.; Sunday School
at S P m. Rev. B. V. (ieorst, pator.
CRCOSD FREE WILL BAFT1KT - Fifteenth
J iret. between Walnut aud Cedar r-treet, er
vicrr Sabbath at S and 7:)p. m.
C!T. JOSF.PH'S-Roman Catboll. Corner Cro
O and Walnut Mrvetn; ervtcra Sabbath 10::)0a.
n.; Sunday Hrhwd at 1 p. m.; Ywper 3 p. in ;er
ticea every day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet aud Waehlnifuin avcuue; .wrvlcoa Sab
bath 8 and 10 a. m. ; Venpera i p. m.; flonday School
fi p. m. ; lervicen every day at B p. m. Itev. F. Zabel,
",TOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPEHANCF. I' !
V ION, hold Ita regular wei-kly mei'tiiiun in
tUehall of the Cairo Ti'inperaiire llrform Clnt), ev
iry Thursday afternoon, at 3:Si o'clock. Every
body lit Invit'il to attend.
KORfiE II. I.KAC1I, M. D..
riiyili'ian ami Sui'iji'oii.
peclal attention paid to tlin Ilomespallile treat
ment of .urglcal dlaeae, and diaeaie of women
lind children. , ,
Office: No. 10 Eighth (tre.ot, near Commercial
nvenae, Cairo, I tin.
y H. MAKEAN, M.
Hotuoopathic Physician and Sursreon.
Uffic 140 Ui, amorclal avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Watthlnuton avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Orrioi No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. J0CELYN,
OFFICE -Eighth St root, near Commercial Avennt.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL) BANK
W. P. IIALMDAY, President.
II. L. UALMDAY. Vlc-Preldent.
TUOS. W. HALMDAY, Canhler.
r aTAiTa TATLon, w. p. hallidat,
BBMHf L. BAU.ID4T, S. R. OtIXllIMOHAat,
V WVJJAMaON, ITRPHIM BIRD,
n. H. CANDII.
Exehauflfc. Coin and United States Bonds
BOUOHT AND SOLD.
DepoaltsrecatTtd and I geaeral linking batlaasi
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trimming" are coarse shaving! and make
the best summer Wood for cooklnp purposes as well
M the cheapest ever told In Cairo. For black
."mlth'a use in setting tires, they are unequalled.
Leave your orders at the Tenth street wood yard
YOCUM & RRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO - - ILLS
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STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SOETS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ol and Denier in
TIN, COPPER Si SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KI.N'l OK JOl! WORK DOSE TO OIIDEK.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois.
The Hit-best Blood. Sweetest P.reatb, and
l-'airtft Skin In Hop Hitters.
A little Hop Bitters saves big doctor bills aud
"That invalid wife, mother. s;ster or child
ran be made the picture of health with Hop
"When worn down and ready to take your bed
IIop Bitters Is what you need.
"Don't physic and phvxlc, for it weakens and
destroys, but take Hop Hitters that build op con
tinually. "Physicians of all schools use and recommend
IIop Bitters. Test them.
"Health Is beauty and Joy-Hop Bitters gives
health aud beauty,
"There are more cures made with nop Bitters
tbnn all other medicines.
'When the hr.-iln Is wearied, the nerves un
strung, the muscles wt-ak, use Hop Bitters.
"That low, nervous fevr. wnut of sleep and
weakness, calls for Hop Bltttors'
Hop Cough Cure andPnlrt Relief in Pleasant
Sure and Cheap-
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Itafl'ords mo great pleasuro to bear testimony lo
the heiieSia I have received from usiuir Fellows'
Compound Svrupof Hypophosphites. I havtt ree
omraonded ittomitnyof mv friends, and it has
proved an excellent curative for Nervousness aud
(ieneral Debtlltv. It is also a first closs Tonic ena
bles a person to take on flesh rapidly; and is free
from the constipating effects characteristic of other
Tonics 1 have tried. HENRY JOHNSTON,
Read Dr. Earle's Testimonial.
Mil. Jamas 1. Fellows. Manufacturing Chemist.
Hia, For several mouths past 1 hav used your
Compound Syrup In tho treatment of Incipient
Phthisis, Chronic Bronchitis and othur Affections
of the Chest, nnd I have no hesitation in stating
that it ranks foremost amongst theretnedlei used In
thosrdl.ca.es. Being an excelluut nervous Tonic,
It oxerts adlrcct Influence on the Nervous system,
and through It, It Invigorates tho bodv. It affords
me pleasure to recommend a remedy which Is real
ly good In cases for which It Is Intended, when so
tuacv advertised ire worm Ihun nseless.
1 am, sir, yours tinly, Z. S. EAKLK, .Ir.H. I). ,
It enres Asthma. Loss of Voire. Neuralgia. St
Vitus' Dance, Epileptic Kits, Whooping Cough,
Nervousuoss, and Is a most wonderful adjunct to
most wonderful adjunct to
other remedies In sustaining llfo during thu pro
cess of DiDlkerla
Do not bt ducelvcd by rcmodloa bearing a siml
lar tiame ; no sither preparation I a
substitute tor this andsr any
HOLD BY ALL DRVUGISTS.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of
1 M O B ROADW A
The Popularity of the Equitable Life Assurance Society,
indicated by the fact that for Eleven years its average an
nual New Business has feen 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, 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 lias paid since its organ
ization to January 1st, 1880, $51,882,730, and
closed its books upon
tested or past due claim.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the fiist to in-"
TOME SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life insurace to a degre before
By the late report of the Insurance Commisioner 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
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 realize a higher rate of rent, or
interest, on real estate than any other company.
The Society takes pleasuro hi referring to the following well known business
nieu insured iu the society, eoinosiui; an
ADVISORY BOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
THOS. W. IIALL1DAY, Cashier City National
FRANK L. UALIGHER, Cairo City mills.
J. M. FHlLLirs, President Halllday & Phillips
I'Al'LO. 8CHUH. Wholesale and retail drug-
WILLIAM 8TRATTON, of Mtratton A Bird
WALTON W. WRIGHT, of O. 1. Williamson.
& Co., Boat Stores aud Commission merchants
FRANK HOWE, of C.M. Unwe Bros., pro
visions and prodnce.
ERNEST R. PETT1T, (irocerlcs, queensware
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
the above Board or to
E. A. BURNETT, A.gent.
Cbrner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W.N. CRA INK, General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and tho
Territories, 108 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
the United States.
Y 1ST K W Y O It K
that date without a con
HIMPMON II TAHKR. of Tuber Bros., manu
WILLIAM O.M1TKT, Assistant postmaster.
W, E. UOHLSON. Dry goods, fatiry Roods aud
THOS S, TAItlt, General merchandise and
JACOB IlL'llOKIt.of Hurler Bros, dry foods
JOnN SPIIOAT, Proprietor "Sprosfi Refrlg.
tiEO. U.'LENTZ, Superintendent Cairo City
nRftnifllT MACKIR, of A. Mackle ft Oo.'s
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CuiCAfio, October 20, 10 A. m.
Pork November, il 45; January,
Com October, 39c; November, 110
040c; December, 4O04Oj;r1
Oats October, 29;c; November, 29'c;
A1ieat November, $1 00j,'C'1 00,y;
December, 1 02,'.
Chicago, October 20, 12:00 m. .
Pork November, $11 35; December,
11 32 January, 13
Oats November, 28,7ac; December,
29c; October, 28c.
Corn November, 3!);8c; October, G0-jC.
Wlient November, 1 OOc; Decern
Ikt, 1 02,"-4.
Chicago, October 20, 1 p. m.
Pork-October, 18 13((5l9 00.
Lard October, $7 85.
Wheat October, 99,'c; November,
$100.!5';Deceri)bcr, $1 01?:,'.
Corn October, 39 .'c; November, 398 ;
Oats-October, 28-'8'c ; November, 28,c;
KEW YOUK OKAIN.
New York, October. 20, 12:01, p. .r.
Wlieat irregular No. 2 Chicago, f 1 15
1 10; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 101 17;
red winter, 1 121 19; No 2 red winter,
Corn-quiet No. 2, 55 Jf.
LivKiti'ooi., October 20, 2 p.
Wheat steady California average. $9
Corn new, 5s 4d. Rest unchanged.
OUIt NEW YORK LETTER.
From our Regular Correspondent.
New York, Oct. 23. Most New Yorkers
are at home again and social and business
life have assumed the liveliness that is the
natural outgrowth of great local and nation
al prosperity. A more fruitful harvest it
would be difficult to realize. Fruits of
every description have been in overflowing
abundance. Apples are too plentiful to bo
at all profitable to producers, and most
luscious grapes can be had from two to
three cents per pound. The wine mnkiog
districts of the southwestern tier counties
of New York have a fine exhibit at the
fair here, while the clu iters ot grape re
mind one of those borne between thi shoul
ders of the spies sent into the land of Cana
an from tiio camp of tho Im-nalitPi. All
day long trucks and coaches, laden with
baggage, rumble and rattle through the
streets, and the hearts of hackmen and
baggage-smashers are glad within them.
Along the fashionable avenues long desert
ed mansions are opening their windows as a
sleeper opens his eyes; over the area rail
ings in these bright October mornings Bet
ty, the housemaid may be seen resuming
with milkman or policeman the car
men amabolum interrupted by
her New Port Hitting and
John, thu footman, takes up with re
doubled zest his favorite pastime of drench
ing tho unweary pedestrian under pretense
of sprinkling the sidewalk with the hose.
Gladdest nnd prettiest sign of all, Iho fash
ionable parks and squares grow bright
once more with the curls aud rosy checks
and merry laughter of gamesome child
hood, and when the flying wheel, deftly
directed by the baud of frolic youth, up
sets the meditative bachelor taking his
morning constitutional, he, too, knows, as
he picks himself up, not without unneccs
verbiage, that the fall season has tor a
Reports from all parts of tho state at lioth
political headquarters show great activity
and enthusiasm in tho pending canvass,
There is, indeed, reason to believe that be
fore election tiny political affairs in New
York will be as warmly contested oa they
were in Indiana. It is regarded by tho re
publicans as vilal that this city's demo-
cration majority shall bo kept down, and
by democrats that it will probably bo de
cided. This : brings into tho can
vass an exciting discussion, regarding
the mayorality. Mr. Grasc, tho democratic
nominee, has developed an unfortunate
bitter feeling because tho Herald charged
thut John Kelly selected him ns a devout
Catholic to beat tho ticket. This is largely
taken advantage of by the republicans,
who are trying to make this point, that ho
will use tho public donation funds to bene
fit thu Catholic ns against tho Protostant
Tho republican committee is to meet at
i o'clock this afternoon, to agree upon a
tickot for mayor, resistor, recorder and
judgo of tho supremo , court. The
wholo dtseusfion will depend
upon tho question whether they
had better take a republican for mayor and
faco certain defeat, or nnminnrn ft din.i.
crat. A number of influential men la the
convention tavor a selection of a democrat
and rather unito on George Quintard, or a
German democrat so as to secure a num
ber of democratic votes. This idea of
selecting a democrat does not, however,
gain strength, but rather weakens, and tho
probabilities aro that Postmaster .Tame
will be nominated for mayor, Horace Rus
sell for judgo of supreme court, Jacob IIcss
for register and D. O. Rolling for recorder
i no financial position remams un
changed. Gold continuous to flow into tho
country from abroad, in umall quantities it
is true, but with every promise of an in
crease. The news about the crops is excel
lent and stocks are very strong. On Tucs-
rta.. Tir-.i i it ...
toj rftiiu mutincsuriy mere was a selling
movement which broko prices temporarily,
but they have Binco recovered and the bulla
w.ufc Lite jiidjauis in mi uiu utrucr
for tho shaking out of week holders ami
for the small short interest which ttiefaU
in prices created: General business is not,
however, quite ns good as it was, and tho
grain storehouses at Chicago are reported
fllll IV ! li mni.fi nnminM ?n ... 1 . .. L '
, ...... ...w. w - . in iiuui till. IllOfc
than can possibly bo exported.
YE GODS, WHAT OFFICE-SEEKERS.
We find the following in the Yienna
Times under the head of "A Family Fail-"
ing." It is a home thrust that will bear
careful reading by those gentlemen who
intend to vote for Mr. Damron, of Johnson,
county, in preference to Mr. Leek. It will
bo remembered that Mr. Damron had not
been in this city over a week when ho
openly announced his intention of running
for states attorney:
The Damron family hnve a weakness
for wanting office. C. N., is the county
judge and ha3 had several other posi
tions aud expects to put in a bid for
congress at the next opportunity. A. G.,
his, brother is trying to beat R. 'M. Fisher
for county attorney. There being no other
opening in Johnson county, J. M. picked
up his grip switchel and went down in Al
exander to run f jr county attorney there.
Mr. Francis, a cousin to tho Damron's is
the nominee for circuit clerk, This muck
we know and several prccints to hear
HON. WM. HARTZELL.
A LETTER FllOM JL'IKiK BULLITT, OK PADU
CAH. Kdltor Bulletin:
Dear Sin I am suppri.-ed to hear any
doubt expressed of the election of tho Hon.
Wm. Hartzcll in your congressional district,
on account of the vast importance of the
improvement of the Ohio and Mississippi
rivers, which mufit be felt by every busi
ness man as well as all laboring men and
men of property in the district..
This improvement, if done in conformity
with the democratic idea ot the power of
congress, will be heartily approved by
every democrat in the whole country, . and
no republican who entertains the enlarged
views of his party as to the powers of con
gress to execute internal improvement,
could possibly find any objection to an im
provement that would so greatly benefit
such a large portion of the country.
Now, whilo the member from my district
(the Hon. Oscar Turner) is perlectly alive to
tho valuo and importance of said improve
ment, and will do all in his power to aid-''
in preparing a bill on democratic ideas and
having it passed, it would be butter and
more apt to insure success to
have tho member from the Cairo
district fit beitiL' the verv confluence of
the Ohio and Mississippi rivers) to take
charge of thu bill in the house and push it
through, and I fear if my friend, tho Hon.
J. R. Thomas had charge of such a bill, be
would permit amendments to be tacked on "
to it of such objectional character to demo
cratic Ideas of tho powers of congress as to
defeat the bill as many others have been
Any proper bill tor each improvement
could bo passed by a large majority, if it
could even bo brought to a vote on its own
merit, but becauso of its popularity many
i Q'ortn will bo made to add to it other
measures that could never bo passed by
It thcrcforo appears to uio that every
man in your district, regardless of his
political opinions, ought to feel interested
In tho election of Hon. Wm. nartzoU and
sustain him by a largo majority.
I hope you will pardon me for writing
you, nnd urging tho excrciso of renewed
energy in the election of Mr. Hartzcll, as
you must see iiiar, i icut nccpiy laicrcsusu
. ( .1 1 .... i anil AAnoiirtllAiiMn tn
ii nra.il iiulii t luilii huh vvuiivu wwuita mmm
I am very Respectfully your obedient
sorvenw 1. vt. uvlutt.
a. ma n
raducah, Ky Oct. 23, 1880.
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