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DAILY CAIRO" BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, .1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 111.
of tho leading uotiuta liouici whom advertlao-
mciiiK may be found In Tni IluLi.im
", O. I'atier 1 Co., Commercial avenue and Nine.
Yor urn & llroderick, Wach. Avu,, for. Ittnlith.
Now York Ntoro, c. ti. 1'mler ('.. t'or. Nina
o'lilli uinl Commercial.
Ilr .J. H. Var-'an: ofllre, 1411 Conuiicpial atetiuu.
Pr, U W, U-achElzuth strm-i,
l)i W. C. Jiici-h-n. Klht h limir Commercial
Dr E. W. Whlllnck, IM Commercial venu.
H H. Cnndoi, No. TOOhlo Utvccmp l ni re .
KuuIuMh Lite, nt New York, corner Twelllti and
(' ' Nnliniiii!, Ohio levee.
MEA MIKt ATS
Tl. vi. Mute .
oni Sprout, corner Twelfth ami Lever,
i'.C. Font. Comer Niulli and Commercial.
1 ENKHAL DELIVERY open .:; a. m.; clofe
VI 6:;n)i.m ; Sunday: b to l a. m.
Mmey Order Department opcii at 8 a, m.; clone
at p. in.
Ttiruuli Kipropa Mail via Ullnnla ( tutral 3:40
Mlaalvalppl Ccn'.ral lUltroiule flout' at 'Mi m.
( uiro and Poplar HlulT Through and way Mall
clnot.a at 1 p. m.
Way Mall vi Illlnola Central. Cairn and Via
ci'uuni mid Ippl Central Railroad clurc at
I 4ft p. tn.
Way Mail for Narrow Gaupe IUIIroid clou at
Cairo and Evnv!lle River Route clu at S:
1. in. daliv (except Frida)).
Truaaurer Edward Dexonia.
t:lerk-Dtnril. J. Folev.
coniifHor- V.'ru. I), Glffaert.
llambul-J .C. Lallue.
A '.Torney William Hendrlrka.
OiKD op AluBlUt.
lr,t Ward-M. J. Holey.
Hecond Ward -David T. Linear, C. It Wuoif
Third Ward -VT. V. Wrijjlit. Et?lrt Bmlth
Fourth Ward I'harW o. Fatter, Jaraea Xyiiton
PIP W'ard -T. W. ilalllday, Krneat U IVttlt.
vlrrult Judu-o-U. J. Raker.
Circuit Cletk-J. A. Ilnvit.
County Judge-It. S. Yoruui.
Connty Clerk S. 3. Ilumm.
County Attorney W. C. Malki-y
County Treaur-rMllv W. !'rl r .
rtheriff John llud:;v.
Coroner It. Fluei-ruc.
County Commiei'ionera T. V. Xlaiiiilay. J A.
M. bibb. Hamnel lirlley.
VFHIOAN M. E. -Fourteenth atreet. between
Walnut and Cedar treet: .ervicf Kabhatn 11
a. m. and 7 :) p. tn.; Sunday School 1 :) p. m.
CHRI8TIAN-EIht.Knth atrret: moetin;' Sab
04tbtU.su p. in.; prearblDK occasionally.
CHURCH OK THE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
Foartrcnth .trert; Snudar Momlnj! prayera
10:30 a. m.; eveniri? prayra, :1 p. m ; Sunday
rchool 9 ) a. m. I'll Jay evetiiii; prayer 7 ; p. m.
17IRRT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
lYrachlnitat Id so a. m., S p. in., and 7: p. ni.
habbatb acbool at 7:3U p. in. Rev. T. J. tShorea,
JUT II E R A N - Tb I net n i b atreet; ic.rvi.e. Sah
j bath l:SU a. m.; Sunday rchool -;p m. Rev.
K nappe, pMtor.
METHODIHT Cor. Rights and Walnnt tret;
Pnai blni; Hahhath 10:50 a. m. and 7 p. m ;
prayer itiecllns, Wol:iday 7:t p. m.; Munday
hchool, V a. m. Rev Vt blttaker, paator.
1RE8BYTKRIAN Eighth atwet: prtaiblngon
Babbath at 11 ) a. in. and T:'lp. m.; prayer
niertlna VfduedT at 7:9) p.m.; Sunday School
a: S p. b. Rev. H. Y. (jeorc, pallor.
QECOND FREEWILL HAITI ST - HfteettJj
O atreel, belwoen Walnut and Cedar atn-utia, aer
ica Sabbath at 3 and 7:30 p. m.
fCT- JOSEFn'SWHotnan Catboliri Corner CroM
ij and Walnut tr'l; terrlrea ht'-ibaih lo::iiia.
in.; Sunday School at It p. ra.; Yefper 1 p. m.; aer
ticet crery'day at 8 p. u.
ST. PATRICK'S (Roman Cathollo) Corner Nlnih
atrt and Wahlueton avenue: arrvlcoa Sab
bath ( and 10 a. ni. ; Venperc S p. m. ; Bnndar School
t p. m. ; aurvlcei uvcry day at 8 p. tn. Rev. Y. Zaltel,
WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN IKMI'KKANCE V1
ION. holila Ita regular weekly tnwtlni;a lu
Ibe hall of the Cairo Temperance Reform Clnb. ev
ery Thnraday artcrnotin, at 3:3U o'clock. Everv
body ! Invited to atleud.
Q.EOKGE H. LEACH, M. I).,
Physician and Surgeon.
Spoclal attention pild to Iho Ilorucopalhir treat
ment of uri(ical diaouoea, and dl(enca of women
Ofllc: No. in Eighth atreet, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, Ilia.
y II. MAHEA.N, M. I).,
Homeopathic I'll yslf Ian and Surgeon.
OBce ltt Commercial avrnne. Realdence corner
Fonrucnih St. and Waahinjrton avenue, Cairo.
J)R. E. W. WIUTLOCK,
Ornrai No. 1M Commercial Avrnne, between
ElgaUi and Ninth 8treou
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Klffhtk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
IJIHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W.P. HAl.MDAT, Pwaldent.
Fl. I,. IIALI.IDAY. Vlce-I'ronldent.
TUUS. W. HAI.LIDAY, Cashier.
I . ariATt TirtR, W. p. RALLrDiT,
ruHitf t. uxu.iDr, n, it, oimNiHinaii,
Kk 'unre. Colu and United Statea Bonds
BOUGHT AMD SOLD,
DepoeUrecWtd and a geaoral ttnkini bsilnen
ni it -n A tt t m
inrj n u iiADhLi Li rii
BROADWAY NEW YORK
The J'opularity of the Ecuitable Life Assurance Society,
iinlicjited by the fact that for Eleyen years it 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.
As a 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.
,kTlie 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 in
TONTINE SAVINGS FUND POLICY,
And thereby to popularize life
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, lias a larger ratio ot assets to lia
Vilifies 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 realizes a higher rate of rent, or
interest, on real estate than any other company.
The Society take pleasura in referring to the following weU known basinet
moii insured in the society, composing an
ADVISORY BOARD OR REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
THOS. W. 1IAI.LIPAY, Cankler City Nation
PRANK L. UALI01IER, Cairo City mill.
J.M. rilll.LIl'S, Prealdcnt Ilalllday It Phillip
PAl'LG. SCBUII. WholeMle and retail drn
gtat. WILLIAM 8TRATTON, of Stratton Jt Bird
WALTON W. WRIGHT, of O. D. Wtlllamaon,
A Co., Hoat Htom and Commlaalon tnerchania '
FRANK nOWE, of C. M. How Jt Broa., pro
vlalona and produce.
ERNEST B. PETTIT, (Jrocerl:, qneenaware
For any Information or Insurance apply to anv Member of
the above Board or to
E. A. BURNETT, A.geut.
Corner Twelfth St, and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. N. CEAISFv General Manager for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and th
Territories, 188 Dearborn Street, Chkago.
a t t t t t im
of the United States.
has mid since its onran
1880, 51,882,736, and
insurace to a degree before
SIMPSON H. TABBR, of Taber Bro... nana
WILLIAM D. LirPET, ANlatant poatmaater.
W. K. OOHL80N, Dry gooda, fancy rochU and
THOA 8. TARR, General mifcaandtM and
JACOB BTTRGER, of Bttrmr Bro. dry roode
JOHN HPROAT, Proprietor "Sproafa Kcfrii
GEO. R.'LENTZ, Saperinteodent Cairo City
HERBERT MACKIE, of A. Mackie A Co.'i
FOR CHILDREN 1 Tll JTZZi
Illuatrmed MaL'azino will enter on Ita 1Mb
year in 11. $l.fOaYoar, in advance, Hend for
baruple No. and premium-Mat. New Bulmcrlbera
get extra number bvanbHcrlblnirnow. Addmaa
NLKtiKUY PlTHLlbHmU COMPANY,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino Running
Q DAILY TRAINS
Ma kino Direct Conxectiox
Trains Lravi Caihu:
:i:L5 a m. Mnil,
Arrivinf in St. Loula 9:K a.m.; Chicago. S'.flO p.m. ;
Connoctine at Odin and Kftlnifham for Clncin
nut!, Louihvillc, ludlanupolm and puiota East.
ll:lO a.m. 8t. Iouis nnd Woetorn
Arriving in St. Louie 7:03 p. ni., and connection
for ail points tVoet.
1:20 j.m. Fust KxproMi.
For St Loiiln and ChlcaRo, arriving nt Ht. Loula
10:10 p.m., and Chlcauu 7 :0 a nt
4:QO p.m. Cincinnati Kxpreew,
Arrivln; at t'lnclnuatt 7r00 a.m.; Ixiuievillc 7:30
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:00 a.m. Paenensrera by
tbm train reach the above point, XUi to 30
lloUKS in advance of any other route.
trTbe4:20 p. in. exprcaa haa PULLMAN
MtEPIN'OCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
ehaoire., and through aiecpera to tt, Loula and
Fast Time East.
PllCiUnrrOlV lhi" "DC R'brou;U to East.
X ttoocll SClT) em polnta without any delay
canned by Hunday interveoin;. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive, in new York Monday
mornintf at lo:S!i. TUIrty-aix hour, in advauceof
any other route.
gy For through ticket and further Informntlon,
apply at Illlnoia Central Railroad Itepot, Cairo.
JAs. JOHNSON. J H. JONES,
Gen. Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON, Uen. I'as", Agent. Chicat;o.
(JAIEO & ST. I.OU1S R. K.
II. V. 8MITHEUS, Hecoiyer.
SUOHTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Expreaa leave Cairo 8:tr. a.m.
Throub Expreaa arrive at E. St. Loula.. b:00p.tn,
Through Exprea lcavea E. St. Loula.... 9:00 a.m.
Through Expres arrive at Cairo 5:10 p.m.
Murphysboroaccomruodatlonleave, Cairo 1 t.'JO p.m.
Mn pbyaboro Acc. arriveeat Murphy nboro 7:50 p.m.
Murphyooro Acc. leave Murphyvboro .. 5:00. m.
Murphviboro Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 1'fii.m,
The Cairo A St. Loala Rail Road In the only all
Rail Route betw een Cairo and St. Loula nnderone
management, therefore there are no delaya at
way station awaiting connection, from other linea.
Cloae aad aure connection at Nt. Loula with other
line for North. Eaal and West.
J. A. NAl'GLE. L. M.J01TNSON.
Agent Oeceral Manager.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'r.
TIME TABLE OF PA8SKNOEK TRAINS FROM
VIXCKNNE8 (N07. 30, 1879.)
No. 2 Day Expre (Except Suuday).... 1::Wp, m.
' 0 Knren i Except Suudnv) I::irp. m.
4 Night Exprem iDatly)' 1:)a. m.
No. 5 ExproM (Except Sunday) 8:06 a.m.
" 1 Oay Kxpre.K (Except Sunday).. . :SUp. m.
" 3 Night KxprfM (.Dally) l:J5a. m.
3. R. Ctiw. C. S. Cokr, Ju.,
Agent Vlucenne, . Gen . Ticket Ag't Cincinnati
PROPRIETOR OF SrROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE BY THE CAR IrOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED KOR BHUTIKO.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
NEW YORK STORE,
WIIOEE9AI.E AND RETAIL.
The 'Largest Varb'tv StocK
GOODS W YCiOSE
o. o. PATi; :-, ivCf.i,
Commercial Avnue I vtmv) jit.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Cuicwio, November 4, 10 a. m.-
rork November, $12 17.
Corn November, 3ft -c; December,
Oats November, !i8zo; December,
"Wheat November, 1 (I?,,) ; Di ccmber,
Cuicaoo, November 4, 12:00 f. m.
Pork November, $12 05.
Outs November, 29c; December, SO'c.
Cora November, Jlftc; Dccemlicr,
Wheat -November, 01?; December,
CiiicAoo, Noventbcr 4, 1 r. m
Pork November, $11 OS.
Lanl November, $0 07,;.
Wlicat November. $1 01: December,
Corn November, .'iP'c; December.
OaU November. 28.7c; December.
NEW VOltK (IK.UN.
Nsw Yoiik, November. 4. 12 :01, v. M.
Whcat irregular No. 2CIiicao, fl 16
1 17; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 18;
rcdwinter,l 141 51; No 2 reil winter,
$1 181 18?4'.
Corn quiet No. 2, rf5,'c.
Livr.nrooL, Novcmbcr4, 2:00 i. m.
Wheat and corn unchanged.
HE SAW THE POINT.
All newppapcr men know him, anil we
presume it is the same with other profes
sions, even to the undertakers. We mean
the bore that is constantly haunting your
place of business and assumes to be a'con
noisseur of the sort of work you do. There
are such chaps who nro always ready to
criticise the way a paragraph is written,
and we presume they also pride
themselves in their taste in laying out a
corpse. These fellows always make it a
point to maintain their reputation, and that
was how we got the dislike of one who
was in the office yesterday. We took up a
clipping and handed it to one or two gen
tlemcu who were present, and asked them
if they naw any fun in it. They replied that
they did not. Then we turned
to the bore and said: "There
are some men that can't appreciate
a real refined, dclicato joke; they need to
have the fun beaten into them with a club:
but you're one of the kind who knows and
enjoys a real elegant joke when you see it."
He replied that he flattered himself that he
did. "Then read this," we 6aid, and hand
ed the clipping. He read it. He seemed
really to see the point of the joke.
Ho at once burst into a convulsive
fit of laughter. Ho stayed in it; he grew
red in the face, and the tears streamed
from his eyes in his agony of mirth. The
others present got the paragraph away
from him, and read it and tried to sec the
point of it, and then asked us to explain
it to them. Tho bore had just got
calmed down enough to murmur: "That's
awfully rich!" when we looked at the para
graph and exclaimed: "Good heavens,
we've made a mistake ; ife gave you a news
item instead ot the joke." Then tho bore
suddenly stopped laughing and the others
began, liut he didn t get over being red
in the face. The boys at onco asked him
to explain the joke in the news item that
mado him laugh, but he merely grabbed
his hat and left in quick time, and three
men and a dog coldn't chaso him into our
office now. Ex-.
A BAD OUTLOOK FOR ENGLAND.
London Cor.oftao N. Y. World.
Tho gravo and seemingly well-founded
appreheusiouB of a general European war
had ulreauy exercised a depressing influ
ence upon trade; tins depression is not a
little increased by the sudden visitation of
winter wu have had. snow has leeii fulling
aud very cold weather has prevailed
throughout tho kingdom, urn in London we
have had an unusually bad and prolonged
spell of fogs and thick darkness. The crim
inal clasaes have not failed to take advan
tage of this (for them) fortunate accident,
and the streets of the metropolis arc decid
edly insecure. This is conspicuously at
tested by thn attack on Mr, Arthur Otway,
who was under secretary of state for foreign
affairs iu thu Disraeli goverunnut of 1808,
about which every one is talking, He was
walking down Ht. James street et seven
o'clock in the evening when he wag at
tacked by robbers, who "cleaned hita out"
aud made their escape, favored by the fog
and darkness. It is not surprising, there
fore, that Londoners are looking forward to
having a lively winter of it, especially
after the patriotic Irishmen arrive with
that dynamite packed in handy parcels.
. A LAWYER IN A FIX.
Fram tho Philadelphia Telegraph.
There is a member of tho Philadelphia
bar who has an office on Sampson street,
baovc Seventh. For reasons best known to
himself he sloeps there at night. On Mon
day uight lite, lis was aroused by loud
rapping at the office door.
"A friend who wishes to see you."
"Why could you not coiuo at a reasona
"Recuuso I am a cook, aud cannot get off
iiny Fooncr. 1 have a case for you."
Visions of a big fee instinctively rose in
the mind of the limb of tho law and, wrap
ping himself up in a blanket, lio opened
the door and admitted two colored men.
H ing seated, ono began to tell a story of
his wife from whom he wantod to obtain
divorce, and was willing to pay the legal 1
charges with a good fee for obtaining it.
"Rut," he said, "I do not want that gentle
man to know the facts where can we hare
a privuto conversation?"
The lawyer took him into the entry still
having the blanket around hint whero
they remained some minutes, when the vis
itors left. Now tho lawyer's rest having
been broken, he concluded to dress himself
aud write a few letters, so ho turned to the
chaif where he had placed tliem, when to
his horror, ho discovered all his wearing
apparel had been stolen, including even his
shirt and shoes. There was a fix. Ho went
to the door, and succeeded in finding a per-''
son who was willing to report the matter to
the Central Station. A kindheartcd po
liceman loaned him sufficient raiment to go
to his mother's home tind procure another
An Ei.uunt Toilet Preparation, hair
dressing and restorative is lound in "Lon
don Hair Color Restorer." It seldom fuils
to restore gray or faded hair to its original
youthful color and beauty. Falling hoir is
checked by its use, and it produces a
growth of beautiful young hair, soft, glossy
and luxuriant. It certainly is the most '
cleanly and effective hair restorer now be
fore the American people.
A. A. Gibson, Birrytown, Duchess coun
ty, N. V., writes: Dr. Swayne & Son, Phil
ndelphin: Gents I enclose a postofflco
order for eight dollars: please send me one
dozen "London Hair Color Restorer." It
has stopped my hair from falling, and re
stored it to its natural color. It has proven
satisfactory in every respect. The "London
Hair Color Restorer'" can be obtained at all
the leading druggists at 7I3 cents a bottle.
.I.N. Hick, of Toledo, Ohio, says: My
father, before wearing the "Only Lung
Pad," could not sleeii on account of his vio
lent coughing, since wearing it he has slept,
soundly tveiy night. See Adv.
TuotSAxra of ladies to-day cherish grate
ful remembrances of the help derived from
the use of Lvriia E. Pinkham'a V prriitn.
ble Compound. It positively cures all fe
male complaints. Send to Mrs. Lydia E.
Pinkham, 2113 Western avenue. Lynn, Mass,
A PHYSICIAN'S TESTIMONY.
I hereby certify that I have been a prac
ticing physician for twenty-seven years,
and for manv chronic cases in mv nmrtiri.
do recommend Warner's Safe Kidney and
L,ivcri.ure. it was upon my advice that
ii. W. Stamm. editor ot the Industrial Era,
Albia. Iowa, obtained this valuable remedy.
A.A.Ramsay, M. D.
CoYghs. "Brown s Bronchial Troches
arc used with advantago to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide aud constant uso for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
stnple remedies of the age.
The Throat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
dies" act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of thu throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, cither
from cold orover-excrtion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
A Cot'Oii, Cold, Cataiihii of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurablo lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably givo relief. Imitations arc offer
ed for Sale, manv of whirh nro ininriana
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
i.i -1 - - ,
are wiu oniy in uoxes.
Tuos. Fitcram, Bradford, Pa., writes: .
I enclose money for Spring BlossomaH-1"-
said I would if it cured me. Myy'spepsia
has vanished with all its symptoms. Many
thanks, I shall never be without it in the
house. Prices: 50c, trial liottlo 10c.
"Malt Bitters" are Brain, Nerve and
Bloood food, peculiarly adapted to. and
warmly recommended by our druermsts
and physicians for General Debility, Men
tal and Physical Exhaustion, Hysteria,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Emaciatm nni
AN EDITOR'S ESCAPE.
Office of'tiie "Industrial era," )
Aliiia, Iowa, May 26, 1880. f
To whom It may concern:
I take great pleasure in making the fol
lowing statement: I have been afflicted
with a disease of the kidneys for the past
two years, and have tried numerous reme
dies with only partial and temporary relief.
Warner's WaTe Kidney and Liver Cure was
recommended to me, and after taking it the
paiu and distress left me, and I am to-day
feeling strong and well. I am perfectly
satisfied that Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure is tho medicine needed, and can
cheerlully recommend it to others.
O. W. Stamm.
The Florence Nioiitingale oy the
Nursery The following Is an'uxtrac
from a letter written to the German Refom
Messenger, at Cbambersburgh, Pcnn :
Just open the door for hor, and Mrs.
Winslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this wo
are so sure, that wo will teach our 4,8usy
to sav, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for
helping her to survive and escape the grio
ing, colicking, and teething seige. Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup relieves tho
child from pain, and cures dysentery and
diarrbcea. It softens tho gums, reduces
inflammation, cures wind colic, and carry
the infant safely through the teething
period. It performs precisoly what abet
professes to perform, every part of it not,
ing less. We have never seen Mrs.
Winslow know tier only through tbe
preparation of her "Soothing Bvrup for
Children Teething." If we had the power
we would make her, as she is, a physical
savior to the infant raco. 8old by all
druggists. 83 cents a bottle. (3) '
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