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LINOIS, AH M OMM1.ASS JIATTKU.
ypVimi." "pArltn" ov c rn" as d county.
TACK It UUOTHKRs
TABETi BltO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
So. 123 Commercial rive., Cairo, 111.
LOCAL f JATUKK BEPJGT.
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C4IIKJ, Nov.4, IW. (
f. HaSrwind.Vl WeatW.
1) Lt. Soo
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s p. m , SO.CD
Kuisim Temperature, sc'; atlntraam Tea-
Rim, 9 ten. Kim, t luchei.
.ffitt Siebl t'oriii. 5. S. A.
omctor rni Cjlcho wd Moc.hd Cjtt Raii-
u Coktawt. Oii hi, Ii)i OrtoberS7. I0.
Notice i oersby c'n, in accordance lth tae
&T lvol UiecompkQT. that a meeting of taa
corporators, aiockboldeu and directum of
lae Cairo and Mound City railroad rom
pi!.y will t held on Friday, iue
lJj(twlfth)diyrt' November rert, A. I). IsS-,
ttbliur'ra.t'r ofEce, Ko. 75 Onio Lfrv.-e
irjt. in the city ol Cairo. llltnoia, nt 10 o'r.lorli
.m. NKWTON HCAbKY,
JOHN' q. HARM AN, PwHucut.
Two Nigbts Only and Saturday Matinee
FRIDAY aud SATCRDAY",
NOV.' li and 18.
Ka;r!(.mrnt of tbi Kmineot Ci)iurdii.u,
SfR. JOHN DTLLOiV
Who l!l ptttr iu Ui N-, Uvrtel act
lKt.'!;hlu conudf of tliH
A trnf'tiou ud adopl.lon from '.It Oermtn, by
J. 0. KanniuD, nq., ropleta with Cumedy
and LiuiiUable Situations
With New Scenery. Propeitle sad
KeAorrcd tettsvithnut nitrn cb:ire, at Hart
taan'H (tor. Night prices 45, M and ,5 ceow. Unt
Intit m and & centa.
HALE Of TOWN LOTS.
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Eecently voted the County Scat of Bal
lard County, at the Junction of the
Ohio and Mississippi Kivers, op
posite Cairo. Illinois.
Tto legation In on a lilgli and beautiful plateau of
i ound, forty feet abore thit bicboat floodB, with
(riBi of pure running ware. It is tbn Northern
termlna of tbe .Nnw Orlvana, St Lou In l'biCHt
nd Mobile and Ohio Railroad. On tbe opposite
!do of the river In H'.IdoIn 1k the tcrminu ol ibb
Illinois Cen'ral. ( slro A Viurpiitc and Cairo A
HI. I.ouU Railroad. On the Mlcoourl Hide lathe
Urmiima ol the Irou Moi.tita!n A htu'.hera Knit
road. Lot! In thuabmt nnwly lud ofl luwo will b- of
fered for aale on tbe promiae.
On Wednestlay, Nov. 17, 1880.
TKKXs OP 8 LK :.On-TUr(l :ab ; balance in
one and two veara, with ti pvr cent, on deterred
hie ferryboat will carry bavr on day of Halu.
S. II. JKNKINS,
H. H. CALDWKLL,
F A. R N BAX R It T 1
Town it U Haiti Farnbuker, The Clothier,
Oentfl' Furnishing Goods ever brought
ttaitfh N unmpelled in the state. Overcuut
I & A if
if all kiuds. Jeuus suits in larjfe quantities, made eipressly for us.
FARN BAKER, The Clothier.
SPECIAL LIM AL ITEMS.
m. . i. ........ r.iiiinm. fih f.'iii" :iet e'ico
A No. 1 .Tood mill; cow end calf, At store
78 Ohio Levee. ( M. AuHN & Co
EkKCTKO VAPOR BATHS.
Sure cure for rheumatism, neuralgia, dy-
iMiDbia and all derangements of the system
Both rooms, 128 Commercial avenue, over
Taber's jewelry store. Terms: Single lath?,
il.uu; si oams, f j.vu. iijuiiiu.
W. II. Markan,
M'me Floyd lias removed to Walnut
street between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets. Pupils received in the day-school
or instruction given in special studies, jsucu
persons aaara employed during the day and
desiro lessons in Latin, Book-keeping and
Mathematics, will be taught at night by
Prof. Floyd, who is agisting Madame
MAKE A NOTE OF IT.
The best assorted stock of Cooking and
Heating Stoves. Tinware. Hardware, llol
low wire, Cultcry, etc., etc., can ! found
at A. HaJ'.eyV, 115 Commercial avenue,
W. Winter is preparing to e to Villa
Ridce to make some viewi of graves, aud
tombs of the deceased. Now would be the
opportunity tor these wishing work of su
perior order to ccasult Mr. W., as his w.-rk
The '-Clampipn Monitor" is the Ust
cook store in the market for either wood or
coal. Csn be had only at A. Hallry's, 115
WIHTBK'i OLD RRI.I ABIT. OYSTKU M.POT.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form the citifeas of Cairo that we are cow
receiving daily, and the only parties in
Caiio, direct from Baltimore tresh oysters by
the can and from the quantity we are re
ceivine and selling daily we are enabled to
sell them for ten and twenty cents per can
less than any other house in tbo city.
Choice Standard, full cans, 40 cents;
choice Select?, full cans, 50 cent. For t-alf
at Winter's grocery, on Eighth
street, and at the Hotel De Winters.
Parties can always rt-lv upon getting them.
H . Wintsk & Co.
Those 'wishing to make an acceptfibk
present for Cliri.-,tmai woukl do well to
give iu their orders as soon as possible so
as .!! can be accommodated.
H SATING STOVES.
Fotty Westminster base-burners in ue
in the city and all give perfect satisfaction.
Soidoulyby A. Halley, 115 Commercial
For the fluent roests, the jueiest steaks,
tho tenderest chop, the most delicious
cutlets, the best sauiagps,' you must ko to
Fred Koehler's sample loom on Eighth
street, wliere the very cream of the market is
always t t be found.
Five lots on on Lcveo street, abuve Betd's
foundry. Will be sold clap. Title per
fect. M. J. HowLf.if, Ileal Estate- Agent.
Ovr.it 1550,000 Howe scales sold. Bor
den, Selleck Sc Co., ageuti, St. Lou! Mo.
BUCKLEN'S AUNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for ciiU,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds ol'skin eruptions. Thin salve is
guaranteed to give perfect sati?fixtion in
every case or money refunded. Prire, 5
cent per box. For saic by Gi. E. O'IIaka
coi:oh s i utr.
1 S CLOTniKIt.
um the largest utock of Clothiug and
to the city, which for make, style, aud
for men and boys in abundance and
1 I 14 U i mm.lt II M f -3 (.t.VaJ
XfcW VI I.T.TARI) SALOON.
Mr. Joseph Steng'tln hn taken possesbiuu
of th building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l Hiirtnun, on the corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, and has
i'htahlbhi'd therein u billihrd saloon and
restaurant. Ho lius repaired the building
internally, making changes In the ntrangp
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every conifurt that could he
wished for in u rirst-clnsH establishinpiit
he tins spaircd no pnius to make bis place
one ot the most attractive resorts m the city
and invites all to comi and sechuu.
Fresh Mobile oysters will be kept
bulk through the season, constantly
stock, and out numerous customers will b
supplied in quantities to suit, by the doen
hundred or thousand. Also fresh Baltimore
ovstera in cans, best tiua lit v anil all irrinles
at close tlifures. Send your orders to the
Oyster and Fish Depot, Ohio' lever, corner
Eighth street. JIoukkt iiewktt, Agent
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Sotlcfn lu the column)", len rnil i"r lint-
ecb lnfriioB. Mrkrn
Bead the uotico of a eow for sale.
The first snow of the teuton tell lu re
For sale cheap, a dek. Apply at this
Hon. John H. Oberlv will probably
leave for Spriccfleld this afternoon.
From present appeuranees street rai
roads in thi r.itv are thing's ol the near
Fresh ovst. r. at At. T. PeBoun's .ill
The Usual service will be conducted
in the Methodist church to day. by llev.
-Fon S.M.F., jiiiaeton and .et of harness:
Apply at the Bnlletin Office.
-Mr. F. M. Ward, who during I he sum
mer months has furnished our citizens with
ice. is now in the coal business.
"Between the nets" cigarette, whole
ale and retail, at F. Koismcytr's.
English services will be conducted at
the German Lutheran church this cvcninir
by ltev. Knappe.
-Fresh oysters at A. T. lhlluunV .V.
Ohio licvoe. -
Owing to the wet weather the race
which was advertised to tnke place at the
park yesterday, was postponed until Satur
--"BctufPii the acts" cigarette, whole
sale and n tail, at F. Korsrueyer's.
Tin' telephone wires will probably 1
up in the course of the present wei k, aud
those who deire to stiWrihe tin mid do so
Mr. Em Mortis, ton of .Mr. .la-. S.
Morris, of L'llin, who has been in the city
several days, visiting bis si-ter, Mrs. W. P.
Schuckers. returned home yesterday.
Fresh oyMers at A. T. O-Baun't. Ml
Ohio Lev, t. "
Mr. Joseph Bui kohas rented the Jti i,
l.f n.v book bindery and will hereafter have
sole charge thereof. He is an excellent
workman of many years experience, and is
prepared to do the very btt of work al
Prof E'e-enU-rg leave this city for
Okaw ville, to-morrow afteinixT., where he
will probably remain lor several month.
He is out- ol our most accomplished inn-i-t
iiii. - and will be missed by our nniuenient
We have no de-tiie !o nun' eeta:,ny
arouse t hr curiosity of our readers, luitif
the. report are truis which for over a week
have come to our t ars, a marriage i soon
to be celebrated uptown th it will ss'onih j
tjtiite all our people
The Illinois Central railrond hti kindly
furnished tin; city with eight or ten ear
loads of gravel with which to repair Ohio
levee. It wit dumped on the .street some
time ut;o. but the inclement weather has
- ('apt. Haiubleton. alter S'-wnd days
stay m this city, returned home yesterday
evenin". He has Uen appointed Sunday
schooi superintendent tt the Methodist
church of Mound City, and went home ,to
labor in the; vinevanl of the Lord.
A few drunkard, whose names tho
world is not interested in, yesterday hid
justice meted out to them, and were con
signed quarters in the city jail. They
would make an agreeable pieturw with
shovels in their hands, shoveling mud from
The News is considerably exercised
over the fact that ft number of Chinanwu
will shortly locate in this city. If they io
come here, and there is evtry reason, to be
lieve thst they will, their action must be
attributed to tho influence which Onrlield's
Chinese letter has exerted.
The official count of the county
vote, shows that J. M, DamronV
majority is eighty six; A. H.
Iivin's, ninety-three; H. Fitzgerald's, orin
hundred and forty; John Hodge's, also one
hundred and forty, and T. W. Halliday's,
thrcu hundred and twenty-one.
Col. Robert Lowry's reputation as a
temperance orator is atsuming very respecta
ble, proportions. We have of Into soen
manycomp'imnntnry uoticesof the Colonel,
tbo latest ot which is the following ftoin
the KansiiB City Times: "Col. Robert
Lowry nuidc a trip through Leavenworth
county lust week, speaking at several points
with great acceptance Hu spoko at Lin
wood on Monday evening (the 4tU), and
tbo audience were so well pleased that be
, was urged to return. He goes to Carbon
dale1, and from there to Wabaunsee county
to till several engagements. The Colonel is
dealing sturdy blows for the nmendun nt."
The Hough and Heady live company
give a sociable on Thursday night in honor
of th'i marriage of one of their members.
It should not be forgntteu thilt the
second dance of the saeason by the Mystic
Krow, takes place at their hall next Thurs
day evening. IWt fail to attend.
The great company of Republican of
fice holders in this state an: not altog-1 her
rertaiu about retaining their places. They
remember that (iartlehl has a horde of
friend.-', and that tho stalwarts have to be
rewarded very profusely.
"What is it?" is the query put to John
Ku-hler by every man who visits his Palace
saloon. We are an excellent guesser, but
feel constrained to "give it np." It must
suffice, the curious, who have not visited the
place, to say that it arrived yesterday and
is the only thins "I" its kind on this conti
nent. Mr . Audrow Lohr lefi on anexternkd
tour ot the northern and eastern states,
and will visit all the pnucipal cities and
other places of interest. He went from hero
to St. Loiii. from where he goes to Chicago,
Milwaukee, Cincinnati. New Yerk, etc.
It is his wedditig tour, and we Mi him
The merchant tailoring establishment
of E. A. Antrim. 10:! Commercial avenue.
is now in full blast under the management
of John Antrim. His stoek is full and com
plete. Arrivals of tine Fins and (lermania
Beaver. Baskets and Diagonals, Coatiws
with fancy Chivcott and Cissimeie sail
ings of the lasiest patterns and makes, are
buly received. Mr. M. W. Carr, formerly
of St Louis, presides over the shears an1
guaranties a good tit and iashionable gtr
ment. Mr. Antrim invite his friends, and
the public generally to ir.tprct hit stock,
which he will sell at closest hrures for cash.
The religious meetings at Tcmpcram:.:
hall, which were begun some days since,
nd discontinued by reason ot the llev Mr.
h'one's having to return to his home at
Huntsvillc, Ala., will be resumed the latter
pait of this Week. Mr. K Hie willcouduct
the meetiugs, and be assisted by Hev. Mr.
Hess, of Columbus, Ky., and perhaps other
friends of the cause. It is hoped that tie.'
Christians of our city will extend to these
gentlemen their cordial co operation in this
work, which, it is hoped, will result, in a
tiles-'iDU to all who may Rttend th: meet-
intr-. further notice uni ie given ot the
time of first meeting.
.Nisjht before last Prof. Leon's grcut
moral sensation show arrive-d at this city
on se'iue kind of a water craft small stt am-
iKjat we tielieve which is the exclusive
property of the piofes-or. The bo3t was
scarcely ta-tened to the. shore
when the company letired to dream
of full houses und tat purses.
The night was dark; the mournful shriek
of the wind was heard as it sped through
tho sighing trees, and the rain drops pat
tered sadly against the window panes, but
the company slept soundly and sweet. Sud
denly, however, the cry was raised that the
craft was sinking, and in a moment every
marr and woman cf th'.1 company were on
their feet. The cratt did sink, but being
near to the shore, touched bottom at a few
feet. Of course, no one was drowned, but
the i.omp ny sustained a considerable lo.
They show at the Atheneuin to-morrow
J night and should be well patronized.
American Christians are now atl'urded
un excellent opportunity for the exercise of
tho heaven bestowed gift of charity. A
couple of French evangeiints', M. Eugeno
Beveill und Rev. Tbeophilus Mdds, have
arrived in the country and are. making a
tour with the object ot gathering in a few
shekels for the benefit of the Protestant
missions in France. The; Protestant mis
sions in that country aro suffering; they
need money their finances arc in a state
of deplorable slimness. Therefore it is
eminently becoming in every righteously
disposed Christian to dive down into bis
pocket Hi deep as ho is able, and assist in
the re-exaltation of tho Protestant mis
sions. Eugene and Thcophilus their
name are alroidy familiar are, for the
present, holding forth m Pennsylvania,
but it is their praisworthy programme b
swing round tbo entire circle until tbe
very lat mission hushes its hungry howl
ing. Thk Hi Li.r.'fiN hxs already conveyed
tho intelligence to its readers that the bat
tle is over information for which we know
our readers are duly grateful. Aud now
that tho battle 19 over it will be proper to
go through the time-honored formula ami
predict that the country will survive cren
though the sky may be somewhat murky to
day, it'fl a way thecouutry has. Where
by the country h.vs grown from a wilder
ness to n colony - from a colony to a nation
from a nation to whatevcr-it-iB-at-the-present-time.
After all, moro than forty
millionsof people live in this republic in
tolerable uafcty aud comfort. Notwith
standing the collapso predicted by the
stump orator there will be no collapse.
Things may be loss agreeable than was
hoped, but the defeated must console them
selves as bpst they may with tho reflec
tion that the disagreeable to them ia tho
agreeable to tho majority---and with tho
hope that, next time, tbe situation may be
revvMfd. Man cannot tm free and have
evrythJag he wants on the yery day ho
would like to have it. U, mwt pay foi
his privileges in some way, Rnd soinetimc.
a defeat of his party rasy be legal tender to
the goddess of liberty. (The goddew seem
to take it that w.y anyhow.) Ho far as this
section of the country U concerned, it rniy
congratulate itself. The people, irrespec
tive of party, have elected their eou?ty
ticket, and the country at largo u ta no
dauger, however much some of us ay be
vexed by the defeat of its favorite. Yes, it
is ttl'.l safe, though it may net b: qnite as
comfortable a it would have bwa with
fluner.d Hancock in '.he presidential chuir.
Th',' Book of Job it the placo for dem
ocrats n look for con-olatiou. In hw day
and generation, Job flourished greatly in
his early life; th"n the Almighty, to try his
faith, allowed him to be atHicted to such
extremity that his wife bade him curv: Ood
and die. He did neither. Ho held ou to
his faith never wavt red; and hL aftur life
was moro blessed ia honors and worldly
goods thau before the AlcvgLty pcrmittod
the atBietive hand to be laid on him. The
rod of affliction has beeu pr. tty lung and
pretty severely applied to the duruociatic
party. Iu the course of time, however, it
will be relieved from that aflictioo, anJ
then it will enter on a long ctrer of unex
ampled prosperity and glory. He time
may y.-t b-ditaut; but it w;ll come, never
thelefs. The republi'-ua organ irf this city haj
ot law, with malice aforethought, mur
dered truth iu cold Wood and, although the
campaign is over, per-.ists in the fstne cn
pardonable, course. We car but little
w hat that journal or any ether journal may
say of us, but we hav an aft-ctiou for
truth und have determined to shield her at
all hazards. The departed Hryant, in al
luding to this commodity, once said that
although shii bad been tlatt-aed
out in a ridiculoui utunner, yet would .she
riseaijain. These are not tho exact words,
but they index the meaning very well, and
it was believed by many, that after the Cam
paign was over, she would regain, alter much
hard struggling, at leat a sitting posture
But alas! it was a mistake. Hln seema to
have been eternally flattened out by Brother
Joy. Hhe lies to day, as 8. W, Childs
would say, "wrapped iu the tobm of mid
night gloom," and wo can hut wcop over
her silent remains aud denounce her mur
derer. --Mr. F. Weber Benton, not enkoown to
our jje.ople, b in the city. Uo ia tbe busi
ness agent of the California Crayon comedy
company, which will make its appearance
hero on Thursday. Speaking of this
company, thu Bun Francisco Evening Bulle
tin says: "Few performances have pleased
our people so well as that of Miriam's
Ciime, and few companies tbat have made
so many friends here aa the "Crayon."
They will always be welcomed back to 8tin
Francisco." The St. Louis Qlobc-Deraocrat
says: "The California Crayon comedy has
captured the charming sonbretto of Pope's
Theatre, Miss Beseie Deagle. She is a good
capture, and will add one more feature of
merit to this already excellent company."
Prof. Leon, who our readers will re
member, Homo time ago gave an excellent
tight-rope performance in this city, on a
rope stretched ticross Cowutrcial avenue,
from the Atheueum to the Arlington house,
arrived in this city night before lsst with a
troupe of twenty artists, ami will exhibit at
the Athcouum on Monday night. The
troupe exhibited lost at Ooleonda, and from
tho papers of tbat burg wo learn that the.
performance unrivalled and of thu high
est order. The protessor owns a atttamboat
on which his troupe travels. He was bound
tor the south, but his host sank at this port
night bfofore last, and hence, he is compoll
ed to stay over hero until it is raised. We
hope that our people will patronize him lib
erally, not only because of bis misfortune,
but because w'o are satisfied tbat they will
receivo the worth of their mouey. The fol
lowing from the "Local," published at
Uniontown, Ky., will fc'ie ourreader rwme
CITY OF CAIRO
Surior Makes and Styles
LOWEST POiSSIBLK PRICKS
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Tho Itosa Clothing Hoilm
61 Ohio Leroe, : : Cairo, III.
idea of tho merits of the shw : "The per
f. rmat.ee of hii troapo u cha.i'o and
liigli-toued in every act, and at! features
new anJ novel, a 1 torus of then the siost
daring ever exhibited to our to.vn. We
pmpteey Prof. Leon'a prosperity in the
show busincas, for there u nothing aLoddy
orihabby a'wut him, and on his fourth an
nual visit, wo may look for a mammoth en
tertainment wiUi "novlti9 'till you ran 'I
On November ISth and 13th, the famous
Oulick-Blaisdoll 0ariatoed Attraction No.
1, willrrcacnt Mr. John Dillon in hii ex
tremely fanny character of the "Electric
Light, " which hat Achieved lucb phenom
ioal aucceii ia every city where it ban been
performed. With tbe excellence of tbe
play, the comic power of Mr. Ditlioo, and
tbe aupertor company lapporting him, the
entertainment offered U a very enjoyable
ono. and eqo'xled by no other organisation.
To ace Mr. Dillion in to witocM the greatest
comic acting that has ever been presented.
He has no acknowledged rival. Kvti act
ors in his line of buiioetvi proclaim him the
Captain" of them all. Measn. Oullck A
Blaisdell have spared eo expense in pro
dating tho great corned and comedian in
a grand style. Seats can now be sercred
without eitra charge at Hartman's.
Amiuca.erjU are becoming plentiful iu
Cairo, and this woek two excellent compa
tiiej appear at the atheoeum; prominent cf
which is the California Crayon Comedy
Company, which is one cf the Coest dram
atic organizations now on the road, and one
which baa given unqualified ittisfactiou
and met with great success everywhere.
They regret that tho dates aro so filled here
that Itey can only obtain one night, Thnra
day, November 11th, when they will pro
duce thoir beautiful society drama: "Miri
am's Crime, " with magnificent wardrobe
and beautiful scenery, and in consideration
of the excess of amusements in this city,
will reduce their prices to 50 and 75 ccr.!,-,
children 25 cents. More anon.
PREACH I NO AT THE DELTA ENGINE
Rev. B. Y. George will Hgal.j deliver
sormon in the Delta engine house this
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. He will not fail
1 1 interest and instruct all who hear him.
The up town people will find it to their in
terest to attend his meetings, and shotdd
not tail to be on band in largo numbers.
CHURCH OF THE RBDKKMRR.
There will be Sunday school and services
at tbe Church of the Redeemer to day at
the usual hours. Tho Rev. Mr. Bonrwr
having returned from the general convention
lately held in New York city.
Wantko Situation by a man enper
ieireed In tho care of horses and cows, aud
handy to do chores around a house. Apply
at this office.
Thk atock of the Colorado Co-operative
rrwpccting and Mining Company ia rapid
ly advancing and will probably be at pur
in February. There is only a limited
amount of the working eapital left, and
that is held at $3.35 per share of $10 per
value. It is a desirable investment, and
you can get some of it by immediately ad
dressing the Indiana Inveatment Company,
118 West Washington Htreet, Indianapolis'
XKW YORK STORE,
WHOEESALK AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety StocW
IX THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1LH & CO,