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E DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
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vxxjuiuju All. 1,;U1W, lUUliXUld. dAiUftliAl .JIUttrt IMI. UUIUJiJfiJl 30, imh
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of 1u leading tmslneas houaol whom advertlae-
ntnta may be found In Tiis Buu.mn .
C. PatlerCo Commercial avenue nnd Nine-t'-uili
j ROCK HI KB,
Yorum A rini'li'tlck, Wh. Ave., ror. Eighth.
N"w Vork More, C. (i. Pntttir it Cm , Cur. Nlne-u-iiiiii
l)r .1 II. Marfan: iHli'., 140 Commercial avenue.
JDr.ti. W. Lvi:tiKi;lilli street,
Jr. W. (V JikbIvii, Eighth near Commercial.
Ijr K. V. Wnltlock, l:Mt Commercial avenue.
U. H Cande.'. No. TOObloleVeeiupatalrr-v
H'jUta'ilc Life, of Sow York, turner Twelfth ami
C'' r Natloi.nl, Ohio k'Vti'. ,
1'it.t Sprost, mrucr Twelfth and Levee.
K. C. Kord. Corner Mutli and Commercial.
l" EN ERA L DELIVERY open .:3U a m.; Cloaei
IT S::)p.in.; Bundy:suV a. m:
Money Order Department open at 8 ft. .; doaei
a', fi p. in.
Through Eipreie Mall via llllnola Central 3:40
VnKlfcelppI Cbutral Railmiula dote at 9 p. m.
C'tlro ami Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
tiij at 1 p. in.
Way Mall vU lllliiula Central. Cairo and Vln
ca!ic and MI.Mlppl Central iUilroadi cluio at
't:V: p. m.
Way JUil fir Narrow Cans? Railroad cloaca at
t:'HJ a. m.
Cairo M.d Kvanavllle Hirer Route cloc at i:30
? re. daliv (eicepl Friday).
Vkyor-N. ft. Thiatlewood.
Treaaurer- Edward Uezouis.
.'::rk Dtuliia. J, Foley.
rounaelor-Wm. B. Gilbert.
Mamhal I.C. I.aUue.
BOAHU or aLUCHMX.
V rM Ward-SI J. Rowley. . ...
Steoiid Ward-David T. Linear, C. K. Wood
Tnlrd Ward-W. P. Wrlpbt. Egbert Smith.
Kocrth Wrd-Charl O. Pelier, Janet Kyuaatoo
K-fk V.ard-T. W. Halliday. Erneal U Pcttlt.
;cult Judi!e-I). J. Raker.
(nrcultClerk J. A. Ri-ve.
County Judso K. H. Yneum.
County Clerk S. J. flunim.
County Attornnv W. C. Mnlki-y.
V'oonty Treasurer -Mile W. Parker.
Mierln John Hoditea.
County Conunlenloner T. . ilallltuy, J A.
M. Uibbf. Samuel Hrlky.
M. K.-Pourtrenth atrtet. between
nut and Cedar itrei-te : .en'lcea Kabbatn 11
a. m. and ": p. tu.; Sunday School 1:30 p. ui.
CHKlSTIAN-ElKhUenth utrect; moetinR 8ab
; batb Kl:)p. m.; preaching occMonlly.
CnVKCH OP THE ItDREMKR-(Kpl-opal)
Fourteenth atrceti Sunday Morning prayer
lu: a in ; evening prayer.":) p. m.: 8unday
raool:J a. m. Pilday erening prayer .: p. m
V-MRST MltiHIOX ARY BAPTIST CnCUCn.
P I'rvachlnn at 10::) a. m., 3 p. m., and 7:3U p. m.
habhatn achool al '. : p. m. Iter. T. J. Shorea,
JUTIIERAH-Tblrttenth atreet; arvliea Sab
j bath 1:3T) a. m.; tsunday ehool2p.m. htr.
METHODIST Cor. Elphlt' and Walnut HreeU;
Preaf hlng Sabbath 10:) a. m. and T p. m.;
prayer mrctlnit, Wedneaday ?:3U p. ru.; Sunday
bchool, ft. m. Her. v Dtttaiter, pttor.
IJHESBYTERIAN-EUhtb atraot; preachlnit on
Sabbath at tl rUU a. in. and 7:30 p. ru ; prayer
HievlinK n eaoewiar Rl i:.Tip. m. cuuu.jr oiuuui
a' 3 p. ni. Iter. o. V. oeore, panor.
CECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST Plfteei.lh
O atreet, betwmn Walunl and . eaar ureeiii ; er
vice Sabbath at 3 and ?:jo p. m.
OT. JOSEPH'S -(Roman Cathollr) Corner Crora
O and Walnut utreela; trvf': lW')tatn lu :(.
m.; Sunday School at i p. m.; Veaper 3 p. in. ; aer
vicei evory day at 8 p. in. .
OT. PATRICK"S-Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
trcet ami Wuhlnirton avenue: acrricoi Sab
bath 8 and 10a. ni.; Yeapern 8 p. m.; Bnndar hchotd
i p. ra. ; aervlcet uvery aay al a p. in. ner. r. aoei,
liroMAN S CHRISTIAN TEMI'EHAJil r. U
tV ION, holili It regular weekly meeting In
the hall of thy Cairo Temperance Ki iorin tmn. ev
ry Thuraday atternoon, at 8:30 o'clock. Every
kody la Invited to attend.
QEOUGE II. LEACH, M. I).,
rbyxician and Surgeon.
special attention pnld to thn Ilnineopathlc treat
ment of aurglcal aiai-aaca, and dlaeaea of women
Office: No. 10 Eiglith atreet, near Commercial
avenuo, Cairo, Ilia.
II. MA RE AN, M. 1).,
nonipopatblc rhysioian and Surgeon.
Office 140 U( amorclal avenue. Realdence corner
Fourteenth St. and YVanhluoton avenue, Cairo.
It. E. W. WHITLOCK,
ornci No. l.VI Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
It. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
1HE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, Proaldent.
H. L, HALLIDAY, Vice-Prealrlent.
TH03, VY. HALLIDAY, Ca.hler.
atiaTa tatmr, w. P, naiXIDAT,
IIMST I.. BALI.ID4T, H. R. CUMMINaHAM,
. d. wnxiAnaoN, eTtriitu urd,
H. It. OANDII,
Exchange, Coin and United States Uonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.;'
Depoalu received and ft general kinking btulneii
Qt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kimllina;
comtAiitir on tiftim ( .
AtSevpiity-flve touts jier load.
S t a v o T'r i m m i n j s
At one dollar per load.
The "triinmlnga"aro coarn ahavmpa and make
the beat aniuiner wood for cooking purpoaea ai well
a the clieapeat ever aold lu Cairo. For black
mlih'a tiae In aettlng tlree, they are nuequalled.
Leave yoir ordera at the Tunth atroet wood yurd.
YOCUM Sc P.RODERICK,
STAPLE and FANC Y
asliintrton Avenue. Cor.
CAIRO . . ILLS
t - i-5 r
S TOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SOKTS, SIZES AND STYLKS.
MnnufacturiT oi and Deulcr in
tin, corra: & sheet-iron ware
ALL KIXL-S OK .1011 WORK POXF. TO ORDER.
"The KIchoM Blood. Sweetest Preath. and
Fairest kin In Hop Hlttere
"A little Hop nitten aavei big doctor b!i; and
"That invalid wife, mother. a.Mcr or child
ran be made the plctnni of health with Hop
"When worn down and read v to take jour bed
Hop Hitter if what you need.
"Don't iiliyelc and phylr. for it weaken aud
"Phyaiclana of all acliools life ana recommend
Hop lllttern, Tcet them. .
"Health la beauty and joy-IIop Bitten (jivea
health and beauty,
"There are more cur a made with Hop Bitteri"
tlmnall other uiediciuea.
"When the brnin I wearied, the nerve nn
ftriuiK. the mnaclca weak, uto Hop Hitter.
"That low, nervou fev r. want of sleep and
weaklier, cull for Hop liltttori
Hull Coagh Cure, and Piiln Relief is rlWMit.
-uir niiu v.iirai.
FOR SALE BY ALL DKlT.GIhTS.
ST B U P
ItarYorda me ffrHAt'olpa.iirA ta Hamp (piitlmnnv in
the benuflta I have received from ualnir Follows'
Compound SvriiDOf llvnonhoanhltea. Ihavn r,.r.
ommended ittoruiiny of my frlrnda, and It ha
rovcann excellent cumtive ror NervoiMueaa and
lencral Dolillitv. It la alana flmt elma Tanlr-u.nn.
blea tperKon to take on rleah rapidly, and ta free
from the COIiatlimtinir effect chiirr.triitlr. nfmli,.i-
Tonlci 1 have tried. HENHV JOHNSTON,
Read Dr. Earle's Testimonial.
Nn. Jam 1. Kiu.owa, ManurMturlnKChemlat.
Hut, Koranvvral monthe paet I bav. uaed your
Comnouuil 8yrup In the trnatincnt of Incipient
PhthlMla.Chroulc lironchitla and othnr Affwrilim.
of the Cheat, nnd I have no heniiatlon tu atHtins
tnat it rnnklorcniotamoniattheremudlea ttxed In
thoaedlaeaaea, Huinct an excellent nervoua Tonic,
It exerta a direct influence on the Nervoua ayatem,
nnd throiiKh It, It Invlgnrntos tho body. It RlTorde
me pleaaure to rncommen't a remedy which la reel,
ly i(ood In r.iiae for which it la Intemled, when ao
many advertlaed aro worac than ueleaa.
lain, air, youratuly, Z. b. KAKLE, Jh.M. D.
Itr.nrea Aalhma. Lnaanf Vole.. Ncumlirla Rt
VltMa' Dance, Epileptic Kit. Whooplni Couirh,
Nurvouaneaa. and la a moat wonderful niUunrt tn
other rwmeillee In anatalulns life durlni the pro
uo not oe uc.t ived by rcmedlea baarius a ilml
lar name : no ether preparation la a
anbititute tor thli nnder any
BOLD BT All DRUGGISTS.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society of tlie United States.
1 M O B R O A. 1 WAY N IS "r Y O H K
The Popularity of the Equitable Life Assurance Society,
indicated by the fact that for Eleyen 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
new, throughout the United States.
After the policy has been in force for three years.
';The Equitable Life
izatioii to January 1st,
eiosed us oooks upon
tested or past due claim."
The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in
And thereby to popularize life
By the late report of the Insurance Commissioner for the
states of Massachusetts and
Assurance Society shows the following strong points:
FIRST The Equitable has a larger ratio of assets to lia
l ilitiesthan any of the leading companies.
SECOND Tiie 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 realizes a higher rate of rent, or
interest, on real estate than any other company.
The Society take? pleasure in rel'rrlnsr to" the following well kuowu biwiucsa
nieu iiiMiml iu the society, eoiniHin an
ADVISORY BOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
TH09. W. HAI.LIDAT, Cahler City Nailoml
FRANK L. CALKtHER, Cairo City uillli.
J. M. PHILLIPS, Preeldent nallldav Jl Phillip
PAULG. BCnrH. Wholesale
and reuil dru-
of Stratton Jt Bird
WALTON W. WRIGHT, of (1. I). Wllllauiaon.
A Co., Boat Store and Commission inerchanta
FRANK n0WE, of C. M. Howe ft Bros., pro
ERNEST B. rETTlT,
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
tne anove uoara or to
E. A.. BTJHNISTT, Agont.
rner Twelfth St., and Washing-toil Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W, iV. CRAINE, General Manager Tor Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territories, 168 Dearborn Street, CluVago.
ALL ITS POLICIES, old and
has mid since its oraan
1880, $51,882,736, and
inar date without a con
insurace to a dearee before
New York, the Equitable Life
SIMPSON II. TABKR, of Tuber llro., maim
WILLIAM 1), LIl'PKT, Aailitant poatmaater.
W, E. OOHL80N. Drv uooda, fancy irooda and
TARK, General merrhindlae and
JACOB llCRCJKn.of Burger Broa
JOHN Sl'ROAT, Proprietor "Sproaf RefrlRi
(5EO R.'.LENTZ, Superlnlimdciit Cairo City
HERBERT SIACKIE, of A. M.tckle A Co.'
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CiucAiiO, October 29, 10 a. m. -rork-Novembcr,
fll (50; Junuary,
Corn November, .'JD'c:
Oats November, SSe;
Wheat November, l 00,',
, u I
Chicago, October 20, 12:00
Pork November, $11 80;
$12 65; December, $11 80.
Oats December, 30,'4'e.
Corn November, liOc;
Wheat -November, $1 01 j ; December,
C'mcAOO, October 29, 1 V, u. '
Pirk October, $10 00.
Liiril October, $3 05.
Wheat October, $1 01; November,
$1 01 '; December, $1 03.
Corn-October, 39'8'c; November, SOi-jc;
Outs -October, 20,' jc; November, 20 e;
KEW YORK GRAIN.
Nkw York, October. 20, 12:01, p. m.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Cliiaifp, $1 15
01 1; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 101 17;
red winter, $1 1201 18; No 2 red winter,
Corn quiet No. 2", ooe.
LivKiirooL, October 20, 2 p. m.
Wheat steady and uncliangcd.
Corn -new, 5s 5d.
TO YOUNG READEIiS.
Form liomc libaries. No matter how
few or small the books are to commence
with, they will uiako a beginning, and
that once made, you will wonder nt its
growth. Don't lot your books be scatter
ed through every room iu the house. If
you haven't shelves, make them. They
need not be of black walnut, and they will
hold books if they are not polished. It's a
poor sort ot !xy that cannot knock together
half a dozen boards that will answer such a
Ami now suppose that you have mad
your ehclves, or bought them, or have them
already at hand, and have brought together
all the books which you can lay claim to,
big and little, important and unimportant
school books nnd all. how shall the vet
vacant space bo tilled? ' .
Make it a rule, in the first place, to put
nothing in but what is good no dime
novels, pirate stories, or milk-and-wate
trash by popular "series" authors. One
genuine good book Is worth a solid cord of
such. Oct something that lasts ; something
that you can take up again and again with
pleasure ; something that teaches you while
Let us make a few suggestious. Of nil
the books publisheU wo know of nothing
better to base a homo library upon than
the several volumes of the Wide Awake
ricasuro Book. It contents cover a wider
ranfjo of subjects than any other publication
of the kind wo know of,and aro made up of
contributions from the very highest literary
talent iu England nnd America, all writ
ten expressly for its pages nnd lavishly il
lustrated by the best artists. Each number
w a perfect trcasuro houso. The stories
are bright, breezy and healthy, and the
poetry is of the same character. The pres
ence of this set ot books in a family would
exert tin influence for good not to be lightly
estimated. They are clearly printed and
Then add tho two volumes of Poets'
Homes, and the two companion volumes of
our American Artists, four books without
which no household library is possibly com
Kind A place then for the Issues in the
Spine Minute Series Thoughts that
Breathe, Might of Right, Cheerful Words
and True Manliness, with the volumes that
are to come. In tho liuo of history there
aid the six volumes by Miss Yonge, and
the new series just begun of Lothrop's Li
brary of Entertaining History. Add to
these Eyes Bight and Four Feet, Wings,
and Fiiis for lovers of natural history; Mrs.
rillie's Story of English Literature; Mrs.
'earson's Gutenberg, or tho Art
of Printing, and llopkln'a Waifs and
heir Authors. Let the girls, if there
are any in tho laiuily, Add, as
they can, tho "Punny" books, Ella Farman't
ooking Club, A White Hand and Anna
Maylie, and Julia A. Eastman's scries of
girl'i stories, whilo tho boys should not for
got Good-for-Nothing Polly, the Out-of-School
series, and Mr. Rand's Pushing
Ahead and Bark Cabin on Kearsarge. And
then tor Oiling out the shelves for the little
ones, no library would bo complete without
Clara Doty Bates' Classics of Babyland,
Pansy's Our Darlings and Littlo People In
Picture and Story; Baby Bunting, the King
of Plcturo Books, Pictures for Our Darting,
NEW SERIES NO. 106.
and Baby's Portfolio. A new idea is m t '
forth in Pictures for Language Lesson?
a collection of beautiful pic
tures, to be used as subjects for
stories in homes and schools. Each of tho
twenty-four pictures is printed on heavy
cardboard, C.7 1-3 inches, and contains in
itself tho material for a story, to bo heht
by the little pupil. Many ot these picturcsaro
handsome cnonsrh to frame. Besides theso
there is an immense variety of picture and
story books, ranging in price from ten cents
to a dollar.
We might. go oa almost without limit,
but with these suggestions for a beginning,
we leave the subject to the consideration of
the great army of young readers for whom
they are intended. All these volumes will
be found included iu the single list of I).
Lothrop Si Co.
Wide Awake is winning golden opinions
in England, a large, and special edition of ,
the magazine being now published in Lon
don for the benefit of our young cousins
over the sea! The London Literary World,
a high critical authority, has this to say
"This is a very sumptuous monthly full of
such reading as may gratify the varied
tastes which children as well as grown-up
people cherish. Its illustrations, we aro
bold to say, are not to be matched in our
own children's monthlies. They have tho
effect of drawings, and not that often sin
gularly unfaithful reproduction of a draw
ing, called an engraving. As soon as this
very striking magazine becomes known,
many homes will bo thankful to the Eng
lish publishers for bringing it within their
Tho Little Folks Reader, issued monthly,
by D. Lothrop & Co., as a reader for prim
ary schools, has become very popular as a
magazine for home reading. Each number
is beautifully illustrated.
During his late visit to England, Mr. D.
Lothrop, of the firm of D. Lothrop & Co.,
purchased ot Kate Grecnaway tho picture
she is painting for tho next Royal Academy
Exhibition in London. It will be en
graved a the frontispiece of the Christmas
number of Babyland. Mr. Lothrop also
secured a new work by tho author of Israel
Mort. Overman, called The Tempter Be
hind, which will be published in advance
of the English edition.
Tho publishers of Wide Awake have
secured for that magazicc the new story
which George MacDonald is now writing.
It will be printed directly from the author's
own manscript. .
A choice aud beautiful presentation vol
ume, prepared by D. Lothrop & Co. ex
pressly ior the coming holiday season, in
The New England Story Book, containing
thirty-seven stories by prominent New
England authors, among them, Mrs. A. I).
T. Whitney, Cella Thaxtcr, Eliznbeth Stuart
Phelps, Nora Perry, Mrs. A. M. Diaz, Sop
hie May, Blanche Howard, Lizzio W.
C'hampney and others. There are a large
number of exquisite illustrations, and the
binding is tnstcful and elegant.
The Keepsako Text Book, a beautiful
volume now in press, will be ready soon.
It contains Scriptural texts upon one page,
and blanks for writing upon the other.
Your lile is in danger when vou allow
severe cough or cold to go unchecked. Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup is a cheap, harmless
and reliable remedy.
PROTECT THE LITTLE ONES.
Protect the little ones from the often fa
tal consequences of croup, with Dr. Thorn-
s riuivrinu on, it is uio King ot all
cough medicines as well as a peerless rem
edy for rheumatism, lumo back, sprains,
bruises, cuts, piles, kidney troubles, etc.
Take it inwardly aud apply outwardly
roia uy rAix u. scucir, druggist.
Mrs. Wm. Tippktt, Owasco, N. Y. says:
1 have worn an improved xcelsior Kid-.
ney Pad about three weeks, and have re-
eived great rebel lrom it for pain in the
nek. See Adv.
"Malt Bitteiw" nr Brain, Nerve and
Bloood food, peculiarly adapted to, and
warmly recommended by our druggists'
aud physicians for General Debility, Men
tal and Physical Exhaustion, Hysteria,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Eniaciatwn and
Tens of thousand of dollars are sqaander
d yearly upon traveling nuacks. who ro"
from town to towu professing to cure all
the ills that our poor humanity is heir to,
why will not tho public learn common '
senses aud if they aro suffering from dys
pepsia or liver complaint, invest a dollar ir
Spring Blossom, sold by all drucrcists and
endorsed by tho faculty see testimonials.
rices : 00 conts, trial bottles 10 cents.
To all who aro suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth.norvous weakness.
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
A self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joscpb
T. Inman, Station D, Now York City.
TOO SWEET FOR ANYTHING.
T'is sweet to hear a maiden sigh,
T'is sweet to wipo tho sparkling tear drop
iro.il tier eye,
s sweet when agony convulse her frame.
A bottle of Spring Blossom to obtain.
rices: 00 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.