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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 28, 1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 104.
of ti.s leading luiincm bouaoi whoe advertUo
rfut may b found In Tui Bum.ktin .
C 0. Patler A Co., Commercial avenue iii1 Nine
Yrx im 3c Rrodcrlck, Wah. Ave. cor. Eighth.
lew York Htorii. (.'. O. Patler .V. .'.. (,'or. Nine
ti. mil mill Couimcrelul.
J)r I. II. Man an; ofrlcn, 140 Comm'-rclal avenue.
Jjr.tr W. I.eacbEtghth atrm-i,
Dr. W. ('. Jooilvn. El"hth near Commercial.
Mr li V. Wui'ilo(k,l WCuniiocrclal avenue.
H II. Cnndee, No. TOOhlo l-v!e iiip etalr)
Kuultahle Life, of New York, corner Twelfth nl
tV Illusion uvi-niiu
Cry Nuiintial, Ohio levee.
VLi-v St i: -.
l oci sprout, uruiT Twelfth nd Levee.
f. C Ford. Corner Ninth til Commercial.
f ESKRAL DELIVERY open . :0 . ra ; tloei-e
.J 4:iu.ni.; Sunday: to a. m.
tfemey Order Department opto t 8 I. m.: cloica
k Ttir " b F.ipri'M 1111 via Illluola Central :J:4fl
f' 'ulaniMlmil Untral Railroad cloe at 9 p. in.
calm and Poplar Blud Through ud Way Mall
r ,'. a at 1 p. m. . ,. , i ,
Way Mail via Illinois Central, f aim and Yin
i.rtuwn and .Vn-'.lppi Central Railroad clow al
' Way Mail fjr Narrow Gauge Kailroad clot at
' cilVo'aiid Rvun.vil! River Route cloe t 3:"
p to. daliv (ncepl Kriday).
tjor-N. B. Tb;llewd.
Vrua u rer K d w ard Dexo n i a .
'iirk Dtnni. J, Eolev.
oun.olor- -Wm. B. Gilbert.
BOA HO IIP A 1.11 1 HUM.
K,rt. WardSI. J, Uowley.
swond Ward-David T. Llnegar, t. R Wood-
" Third Ward -W. P. Wright, Egbert Smith,
r'parth Ward-dottle O. Pati.r. Jamea KyriMton
"fa Ward-T. W. Dalllday, Ernct D. I'ettlt.
ir,.ull Judtfe-D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-.!. A. Kne.
County Judire-R H. uco.ro.
f'onnty Clerk H. J Humm.
t ouniy Attornxy-W. C. M-ilk'-y.
Sheriff Jobn llodife.
oroncr-K. Kiiiiwraid. .,,, i .
County Coinmiloocr-1 . . llellldey, A
)i. Oibb. Samuel BrtUy.
4 FRfN M. E.-Fourteenth drwt. tet;fen
A Walnut and Cedar atreet: aiTvlcee Sahbath U
a. in.md":3op. m.; Sunday School 1:J0 p. n.
C'BIUSTIAN-F.lchtwnth Hrret: tneotins Sab
; bath 10:30 p. m.; preaching occasionally.
"MIirUCH OK THR KKDKKMKK tepiacopai)
Fourlefntb nrrt : Hunday MornlnR praytra
lu: a. in.; evenlnc vrayrra, ) P- m.; Kunday
achool :) a. m. Friday evening pry-r . . p. m.
lIHST MISSIONAKl iiArnsi
I" I'wachlRK at lu:i a. m.. S in., and 7:i P. m.
SthWb itbool at T:W p. in Rev. 1. J. Short.
f rniF.RN-Thlru-ei.th lUfct; ptrvi.d Sab
J hath 1:3" a. in.; Sunday nbool2p m- 1
METUODIST-Cor. Klybth and Walnut tre. w;
Pn-achlug Sabbath 10:. a. in. and 7 I-n.;
prayer i.i.-elln. Wd:.eday 7:3U p. m.; Sunday
hebool, m. Krf. Wbliutkrr. paMor.
I)ItrSBYTRRIAN--Kli:htb "irwt: pwacblne on
Sabbath at lltf) m. and 7:p. m.: lryr
mertlnR W dnrnlav at 7:ip. m.; Sunday School
a' 3 p. m. Rev. B. Y. tleore, pator.
CKCOND FREEWILL BAPTIST - Fiftentb
5 trHt. l'tw'n Walnm and Cedar atreeta, wr
Ttce riabbatb at i and T:i p. m.
ST .10SEPU S -(Roman Catbolbf Comer Croa
and Walnut alpretn; a.'rvtrea subbath 10:)a.
n.; Sunday Hchixd at 1 1. m.; Venpera 3 p. m.; aet
vuei every day at b p. n.
ST PATRU'K'S-Mloman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet and WafhlnRton avenue; rire Sab
Satb D and 10 a. m. ; Veapern S p. m. ; Pnndav hho,)!
8 p. m. ; acrvlcea every day at 8 p. m. Rev. F. I bel,
ItTOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMI'ERANi E I
ION. holda It retfiilur weekly mi-etlnc in
'hu hall of tlio Cairo Tenipemnce Reform Clnti. ev
i ry Thnraday aficnioi.n. at 3:i o clock, fcvery
tody i luvitiMt to attend.
JE0IWE H. LEACH, M. I)..
Physician and Sursrooii.
special attention piild to the Ilomeopntlilc. tn-t-mentor
aurKlcaldiftife, and dlnafe of women
and children. ,, , ,
Offce: No. 10 Eolith afreet, near ( ommen'lul
avenue, Cairo, III.
II. MARHAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surseim.
Cite 140 Oi. Amerclal avenuo. Rcaldcuce corner
Koortetinth St. and Wahlntua avenue. Cairo.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Umm-Ko, 1M Commerrlftl Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-ElBhlh Stroet. near Commercial Avf nue.
rjUE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. BAI.MDAT, Pnmldent.
H. t. IIALL1DAY, Vlce-Pwaldent.
TU03. W. HALLIDAY, Cunhler.
. BTAATft TATT1R, W. P, BAtXrOAT,
I1RNRT L. UALI.IDAT, R. H. CtrHMIMaHAM,
. P. WtI,UAHO, tTtrillM BIRD,
n. R, CANDIi.
Eichanyo, Coin and United States Honda
BOUOHT AND BOLD.
Dapnilterecelvcd tod general linking builnoM
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
tonitantly on baud
At Seventy-five centn per load.
S t a v o Trimmings
At one dollar per load.
The "lrlmmtng"aro coaraa bavtnga and maka
the beat aumnier wood for cooking pnrponeaaa well
aa the cbeapxHt ever I old In Cairo. For black
mlib'f ue in vetting tire, they are unequalled.
Leave your order at the Tenth atreet wood yard.
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
Waslnnjrton Avenue, Cor.
CAIJiO - ILLS
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STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS. SIZES AND STYLES,
Miicufiicturtr ol ami Dealer in
TIN, COPPER k SHEET-IRON WARE
AM. MNlM (IK Jul! WORK DONE TO OHIlF.ll.
NO. 2' EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois,
"The H'.cbeet Blood. Sweele.t Breath, and
Fairert Skin In Hop I'.itlerr.
"A Utile Hop Bitter avea big doctor bill and
'That invalid wife, mother. ;tcr or child
can he Hindu the picture of health with Hop
"Wheu worn down and ready to take jour bod
Hop Hitter i what you need.
"Dou't uIivkIc and phvHf. for It weaken and
dentrovH. bui tuki; Hop Blttorn that bill Id up con
tinually. "I'byolciai. of all achoola ue and recommend
Hop Bitter. Tern them.
"Health in beauty and Joy Hop Bitter k1v-'"
health and beauty.
"There re more cure made with Hop Bitter
thiinall other medicine.
"When the bruin I wearied, the nerve tin
Htrting, the inutde weak, uo Hop Bitter.
"That low, nervou fever. aut of sleep and
weakne. cull for Hop Bilttor
TInji Potiph Cure nndPain Relief Is ri'nant.
Sure itnd C'livap.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRIT.OISTS.
ItnA'ord mo grunt, pleaetiro to bear testimony to
the benefit 1 hnvc received from uhIuu Fellow'
Compound Hyrupof Ilypophophlte. I have rec
ommended it to nuny of inv friend, and it hn
proved n excellent curative for Norvounea and
(lenernl Debility, It I aloa llrt cla Tonic ena
ble a pern to tako ou Heh rapidly, and I free
from the conallpatlng effect characteristic of other
Touici I bavo tried.
Read Dr. Ernie's Testimonial.
Mil. Jamki 1. Fkm.ow. MiinufacturlngCbemlat.
Nin, Forevural month pat I bavu ued your
Componud Syrup In the treatment of Incipient
l'uthll Chronic Bronchltl and other Atlecticm
of the Client, and I have no henitallon In mating
that II rank foretnortainong.t the remudlei uud lu
thoedloaes. Being an excellent nervou Tonic,
It exert adiroct Influence on the Nervou ytem,
and through It, It Invigorate tho liodv. It afford
me pleasure to recommend a remedy which I real
ly good In raae for which It 1 intended, wbttfi o
tunuv advertlaed aro worse than nele.
Inin, lr, your duly, Z, S. EARLE, Jh.M, D,
It euro Amhma. Lnof Voleo, Xenralgla, St.
Vitue' Dance, Epileptic Fit, Whooping Congh,
Nurvnune, and li a mot wonderful adjunct to
other remedlc In sustaining llfo during the pro
cess of Dlptherla.
Do uot be deceived by remedlo bearing a ilml
lur name; no thsr preparrttlon I a
nbtttttttvtor thl under any
HOLD BY ALL DRUQUI8TS.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of the United States.
1 O UROA D W A.
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, 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 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 Xew York, the Equitable Life
Assurance Society shows the following strong points:
FIRST The Equitable has a larger ratio of 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 known business
men insured in the soviet)', composing an
ADVISORY BOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
Tnos. W. IIALLIDAY, Cashier City Natlouil
FRANK L. GALKinER, Cairo City mill.
J. M. PniLLIPS, Prealdent Dalllday & Phillip
PAULO. 8CHCII. Wholesale and retail drug
gist. WILLIAM 8TRATTON, of Stratton & Bird
WALTON W. WRIGHT, of G. D. Wllllamaon,
& Co., lloat Store aud Commission mercbunt
FRANK n0WE, of C. M. Done Broa., pro
vision and produce.
ERNEST B. PETTIT, Clroccrlri, queeuawnre
For any Information or Insurance apply to any fif ember of
the above Board or to
E. A. BTJRN"JrJ?T, Ae?ent.
Corner Twelfth St., and Washington Av, (Hiro, Illinois.
W.N, CRAINE, General Manager for IillnoU, Idwi, Nuhrasku, and the
Territories, 168 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
Y NEW Y O K K
SIMPSON II. TABKR, 0( Tabcr Bro., mann
WILLIAM D. I.IPPET, Aitunt postmaster.
W. E.OOHLSON. Dry gooda, fancy good aud
TIIOS B. TARH, General merchandise and
JACOB BURGER, or Burger Bro. dry gooda
JonN SPROAT, Proprietor "Spioafa Refrig
GEO. R.:.LENTZ, Muperluloudeut Cairo City
HKKBERT MACKIE, of A. Macklo A Co.'
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, October 27, 10 a. m.
Tork November, U 05; J unitary,
Corn October, JifjJ.fc; Decr-mbor, 40
Oats November, SS.VjO; December,
Wheat November, l DO; December,
$1 01?. '
Chicago, October 27, 12:00 m. .
Pork Novemlicr, $tl 03: January,
Outs November, 28jc; October, 2ifc.
Corn -November, Mc; October, HOc;
Wheat -October, 09c; December,
$1 02; November, $1 00.
CuiCAOo, October 27, 1 i m
Pork-October,' $10 00.
Lard October, $7 90.
Wheat October, OO'c; November,
$1 00i8' ; December, $1 01V-
Corn October, o9c; November,
f)9?u'ci December, iO'c.
Oats -October, 28,Vfc; November, 23;,(c;
NEW YORK (JHAIX.
New York, October. 27, 12:01, p. m.-Wlieftt-lrregulnr
No. 2 C'liicao, $1 15
01 10; No. 2. Milwaukee, $1 10;
red winter, $1 121 19; No 2 red winter.
$1 10 f.
Corn quiet No. 2, 50e.
Liverpool, October 27, 2 p. m.
Wheat and corn unch.inr'cil.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
ILLINOIS STATISTICS OK EDUCA
TION. SiTUNt; field, 111., Oct. 20. -From the
forthcoming report of the state-superintendent
of public instruction, it appears that
the number of persons iu the state under
tlic aye ot 21 years is 1,500,255; the num
ber between the ages of C and 21 years, is
I, 010,851, and the number of pupils en
rolled, 704,041. The number of private
schools reported is 001, and the number of
pupils in same, 00,440. The cases of illit
eracy reported of persons between 'the ages
of 12 and 21 years is 4,045. Tho total ex
pense of public schools during tho year was
FRAUDS IN THE OHIO ELECTION.
CiNCiXNATf, O., Oct. 20. The democrat
ic committees of this count, having recent
ly issued an nddres9 charging extensivo
Irauds in this city in the October election,
a number of signers of the address were
called before the grand jury to-day to give
evidence. Not having facts fully ready,
the examination was postponed for a few
HON. LAWRENCE HARMON AT DE
CATUR. DiiCATin, 111., Oct., 20. Last evening
Hon. Lawrence Harmon of Peoria, demo
cratic candidato for state's attorney for Illi
nois, made a most eloquent and effective
address iu tho interest of democracy, before
a large and enthusiastic crowd in tho
court houso in this city, Tho speech was a
clincher, nnd it will have its effect when
the time for voting comes.
HON. J. II. OBERLY AND GOV. CUL
LOM. SnuxuFiELD, 111., Oct. 20. lion. John
II. Oberly, democratic candidate for secre
tary of stute, reached tho city to-day
from a campaigning tour in south
ern Illinois, and immediately
left for another field of labor. He is mak
ing a brilliant canvass. Gov. Culom left
to-day for Louisville, Clay county, where hu
was to speak to-dny. He speaks at .laek
OUR TIN BUCKET RRIGADE TO THE
The legislation ot Xho republican party
when in power was in favor of capitol and
against labor, the centralization of power
and the fostering of monopolies. The
sharks and Shylocks and money mongers
that in Christ's time were driven out of tho
temples have been peculiar wards of the
republican party. Fraud and peculations
were allowed to run rampant, aud now'
alter grinding the faces of the poor by un
just and discriminating legislation favor
able to tho buldozing codfish aristocracy,
tho republican party heads its ticket with
tho name ot a man who is fairly convicted
of bribery, and perjury to escape tho
charge of bribery; with downright lying
in rel'erenco to his convictions concerning
the vote for electors in three Htates in the
south; of forgery in changing allldivitato
conform to the requirement of law in order
to throw out the votes of whole prccints in
Louisiana, and theft by deciding that tho
presidential chair should bo taken from
Tilden, who was lawfully elected, and
given to Hayes, who wis not.
This man, a representative of the prac
tices of the republican party, is expected to
lead tho laborers of this country like sheep
to tho slaughter into the den of tho repub
lican lion. Gen. Grant, tho representative
of Ciesarism, related by tho marriage of hi
daughter to a foreign potentate, and iht
exponent of a "strong government," (which
meuns few powers In the hands of tho poo
plej was defeated in Chicago, but not till
he demonstrated tho real policy of a major
ity of the republican party. Arthur, who
had to be kicked out by his republican
friends, in order that the custom houso af
fairs might be honestly administered, is an-'
other republican leader, and for such men
as these, representing tho practices and
profession of a party priding itself upou
being the Mecca of the "wealth, intel
ligence and aristocracy" of this country,
to presume upon getting the
laboring man to follow them is audacity
without precedent. A poor clog may bite
the stoue that wounls him, regardless of
the hand that throws it, but the laboring,
men, even if he is a "dirty-shirt democrat."
us Bob Ingersoll calls him, knows where
the shoe pinches. The legislative depart
ment of the government in the hands of
the democrats nnd good times are tho re
sult; und when the prosperity of to-day is
compared with the adversity of 1872 and
'7.1, when the republicans had control of
every department of this government, con
tracting our currency to less than fifteen
dollars per capita, while to day wo have
nearly double that amount, and tho sophis
try of your "dirty-work" Logans will not
induce the laborers to kill the goose that
lays the golden egg by again placing re
publicans in power.
BAPTIST CHURCH ORGANIZATION.
At the conclusion of the services at Tem
perance hall by Rev. Konc, Talbcrt and
Hess, Tuesday night, the latter announced
that having consulted with n number of
Baptists in the city during the day, it had
been determined to organize a Baptist
church in Cairo. Mr. Hess was called to
the chair, and on motion the above named
gentlemen were appointed as a presbytery
to perform the work of organization,
A church was organized with sixteen mem
bers. G. W. Strode (down in the Colum
bus, Ky., church) was recognized as dea
con, and C. B. S. Pennebaker was elected
clerk. Mr. Hess accepted the call of the
new church as paster, and will hold services
in the city once each month, or oftcner as
circumstances will permit due notice of
whieh will he given lipreafW.
Mr. Kone, greatly to his own regret, ns
well as to that of many friends, was com
pelled on account of physical inability, to
close the meetings begun Monday evening.
He had in tiddhiou to this, received instruc
tions from his church by telegraph, to re
turn home this week. He hopes to come
back, however, at some future day and
hold a series of meetings iu Cairo.
NOTHING IS MORE IMPORTANT,
Essential, in fact, to the preservation of
bodily health, than to restore tho activity of
the kidneys and bladder, when they per
form their functions imperfectly, since
when they do, a large proportion ot the dev
bris or waste matter of the system, for
which they arc one of the chief outlets, re
mains in and poisons it. Furthermore the
organs themselves becomo diseased, as h
consequence of their inactivity. That fine
invigornnt, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
possesses diuretic properties of a high order,
and without unduly stimulating these or
gans, promotes a vigorous and regular per
formance of the duty assigned to them by
nature. At tho same time, thistime-honorcil
medicine acts as a regulator of the stomach,
liver and bowels, and as a rcnovant of vital
energy and nerve tranquility. A suitable
trial cannot fail to establish ' tho truth of
TOO SWEET FOR ANYTHING.
T'is sweet to hear a maiden sigh,
T'is sweet to wipe the sparkling tear drop
fro.n her eye,
TV sweet w hen agonyconvul.se her frame,
A bottle of Spring Blossom to obtain.
Trices : 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
A WISH DEACON.
'Deacon Wilder, I want you to tell me
how you kept yourself and family well the
past season, when all the rest of us have
been sick so much, and have had the doc
tors visiting us so often."
"Bro. Taylor, the answer is very easy. I
used Hop Bitters in time; kept my family
well ami saved tho 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 tho neighbors one or two hundred
dollars apiece to keep sick tho samo time."
"Deacon I'll use your mcdiciuo here
after." A GRAND REPUTATION.
Warner's Safo Kidney and Liver Cure
has reached a reputation that is not limited
by the confines of section or country. There
are no injurious substances nor falso and
temporary stimulants iu the preparation.
It is purely vcgeatable and compounded
under a formula that has passed severe
tests and won endorsements from somo of
the highest medical talent in tho country.
-New York World.
Tens of thousand of dollars are gouandor-
d yearly upon traveling quacks, who go
from town to town professing to euro all
tho ills that our pour humanity is heir to,
tvliv will not tho nubile learn common
senses and if they are suffering from dys-
. i J ii t
pepsia or iivur compiamr, invest a aouar in
Hnrino- ItloRsom. sold bv all (lruiriBta and
endorsed by tho faculty see testimonials.'
Prices : 60 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.