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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
it' tH leading business houses whoee aIvr'lc.
mi.un mm be foand In Thi Bum rm
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Vocum A- ll'iilrtli k, VHh. Ave, eor. Elejnb.
New rtrk Siuri'. (.'. ). I'nikr A C . Cur N'.ia
l.'.vith hd'I i'(iii:m n.li.l.
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J)r. ;. W I.eaeliKlKhlh treet,
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Dr. W. i'. Jon 'nn, Uintah near Comm. rciai
Dr. li W WhiilueL, 1 H! Couiinui !' .YrniK
II. II. Ctinl-'. No. TOOhlo ieweOih mlw.
Kiiultahle Life, of New York, corner Twililli
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Cairo u.d Evanavilte t!iv..-r futile tU- t 8:W
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OFFICII L MUKl'TOUY.
lii r -N. B. Ttit) kxI.
Vrswi'iri r - Edward rtoiiia
i-lcrk Uiiai- J. Kolet.
;icrnf!or -Win. B. (illbert.
Marlial-J C l.alluc.
Attorney- William ileudrit:',.-
BKARU Of 4L.HKl.Ktt
Kirn Ward-SI. J. llowliy.
8cond Ward David T. l.lnrpar, C. 11 Wor.d
ward. Third War' -W. I'. Wrl'Ut. Eybert Smith,
fourth Wsrd :ur!wi O. F uni-r. Juaim Kymloo
Fink V,'rl -T. W. HnUidiiy, Kruenl B l ettll.
rtrcill Juila-'- ! J Iikir.
Circuit 'Ink - J. A. tr .
t.'uanly Judi?- K. H Voi um a
Couat tlrrk- W. J. Ilutum.
f'oiL!) Auurny-W. C. M.il.i y
t.'oonty Trr'irT Mill V. I'.rkir
rthrriff -John IImJc'.
Coromrr II. 1 itxcr t.
County ('oiuminilotnr-T. W. ll.i'.luu, J A.
M. Uibb. Sninm-l Drill
VrI(;S M. K FourtcDtii ttnmt. Ww
H'tlnut nd Cid.r trwt: nrvlrn. bbtn U
. to. uj p. tu.; Sundny Sfb.x.; li'jj p. m
CHRI8TUN-Elfflit-oth trt; moonnj .!
Ui 10:) p. m. ; prKti hltiE ocrlonnllj .
(IRHKCU OK THE RIDKEV tR-(Cilcol)
t rurtonih mrvei; Hnnd.v Mifriliis pr)n-r
IM:lCi . a..; t'tiin:; pnyrn. T-X) p. m -. hundtr
.cbool :w . to. Friday Ti.-nlt.K pmyer 7:'1 p. lu.
C'lR'-T MISBIONARY BAPTIST ( HCRCTI.
r PrchliiKt UidOK.ro., 9 p.m.. tod t p m.
tftbbKth Kchool t 7:30 p. m. Hrv. T. J. SUr?.,
I0Tn8R.VX-Thlrtiiith nrfBt; rrii e Suh
j bttb 1:30 i. ru. ; Sund.v cthool a i ni. llnv.
MKTUODI8T-Cor. KishO itid Wtlnut .tnctii;
Prmckin HihbKtS 10:. k. in. Kt:d 7 p.m.;
prayer mcelio. VJufd) 7:30 p. m.; Sundny
School. t. m. R-T. Whltukr, panor
IJHRSBYTKRIAN -Klebth wt: prtaohlnr on
Rabbitb Kt llnO K. m. Kcd 7:)p. id.; prayi-r
meeting WfdDr.d.r it 7::Jp. m.; hutidriy cbool
t3p. m. Re?. M. V. l-or;e, putor.
OSCOSD FRER WILL BAPTIST FirWuh
0 .uvet, Iwtwri'ii WtldDl and Ccdr ttriit", wr
vices fabbatb at a and 7:i P. in.
ST. JOSEPH'S -(lloiaaD Catbolli i Corner Crom
and Walnut strncts; nrrviip Sbbatb 10:Va.
at.; Sunday Hcboul at 4 p. ia.; W;icr J p. ro ; nr
siee eory day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'"- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
trret and Wanhlnfton avenue; snrlciis Sal
oala I and 10 a.m.; Vmprm 3 p. m. ; Pondav School
1 p. m. ; rv1c evory day at f p. m. Rct. F . Uahvl,
WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN 7 KMPEUAXf F. V '
ION, ho:d lt regular weekly meeting in
the ball ol the Cairn Temperance Uefurui Clnft, e
'ry Ihureday sfiernomi. at 3:10 o'clock, livery
sodT Is Invited to atteud.
QEORGE II. I.KACH, M. D..
PhjMi iiin and SiirNiii.
Special atteullun paid to the Ilomeopa'hle treat
uvcl of snrQical disease, aud dlai-R.es of ivomeu
ind c nlldren.
Bce: No. V1 EiRhth street, ni'Hr Commercihl
veil no, Cairo, Ills.
H. MA.REAN, M. D
Homeopathic Pbysieiau and Sarg:con.
Oftlre 128 ConimeMlsl avenue. Residence corner
Kuiirteenio St. and Warblmjton avenue. Cairo.
R. K. V'. WIUTLOCK,
Orricl No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Sigula and Ninth Streeu
U. W. C. J0CELYN,
D H NT1ST.
OPFICE EltUtb Street, near Commercial Avenue.
rpHE CITV NATIONAL BANK
II. t HAI.LIDAY, Vlee-Prosldeni.
TIIOS. W. HAI.I.IDAY, Caehler.
.sriirtTAtton, w, r, ukiuvxr,
USSr L. HAU.tBiT, y. 8. rONKIWSHAK,
. wnuttmnN, ktvpsin mtio,
at. . caNfttt.
Ply haw, M& United SUtfs iiond-
HOVOHT ASD Ot.D.
OiiposlisreeelTetl Mil 2ierl l.mkltn bmluvsi
C. C C
D O Y 1.j ' S
()ALIFOINf A CRAYON OOMRDY CO.
Will ftI.;r lit thti
A rr ! H I K I 1ST I K
Thursday Night. November
In the Ikbutitul Society Drirxi.
A FEW PllESS
WK HAVE .PLENTY OF THEM.
I'rayon Ctnpdy CornOf.ny
but thrf irr f"W btVr --'
The ( a!il'orr,ia CrayoD Comedy (Xtnpasy his wcu ta;
hearts of our ptrpl. Evf-ry mc:iil.r w a true &rtl?t, tal
ented and n.flac J, r.ad aro conjltto caaV.er of th( rhr-ai-tcr?
thf y perecps.tc f Alt CaHforn!o.
Few p-r ri'rri.kntc have pltwd our public o well m
that of Miriam's Cr.ir.e. aJ few cctnijacle thV. l.ave
m&il so laritiy frieiAh here aa tue '"Criyoa." They will
alwRys 'welcomed back to Snn Fraacl'co. Saa Fraa
r ic T 1 iaii TJ-ilMin.
loy!v.'i) California Cray in C'onu-Jy Company L doco
the bu.inrs of th vreek, ar.d we1,! de-setTcd it The
attendance oa tlie Ert night via rr.uch bctUr thin
niH-ctwl, but towards the cIch? of tie week "standing
room oply" ww an rtr-ti .! fsach eight. S.icrmentct
The ('alifotnia Crayi.:i t.'cuiuily Company hn captured
tliccliarniing aoubrctte of Pop;' Tl.eatP', Mis Ti-ie
Derig'.e. She is a good capture, and will add one more
feature of merit to this rdf-ady excrl'.nt Co!2rtny. 31.
The cxct'.Utit acting an
style and finish of the neb
occasion. &n Jose Titces
M;ss Bella K. S illinms, ItCiuiag bidy, sustained her
part admirably, drawing 'he sympathy of the audience to
herself from the start and staining it to the end. Her
powers of emotion arc very gre3t.M;rtaai' Crini wa
well played and bntLtifully et in wenw. f San Frtacis
A Ere play well rendered. ;0m '.Lu (Nub.) Bee.
Ami Many Others Omitted From Lick
Thursday Night, November 11th. 1880.
a. i t i ti i e i
General Admission, ....
Reserved Soat.s for Sal by D. llartiuaii,
ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,
U I M
v w!i:ch h CT.vr n.'vp-t.'.-J
rfa iu tco Ligh pjt;-i' of th-;
FKa2.111 Cify TirjPfi.
w corupArsitiv-uy aow on?,
r. Jc (Mo.) UTftM.
wucb awtt:d by litv bca-ity
wanlrobe worn upou tho
nsr i :e iuim
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPII
(HncAoo, Novembers, 10 A. m. -Pork-
ooue come yet.
Oorn NoTciaber, 40,Vfc; IKvcmljor,
Oat NovettiLcr, 29c Ufcwbcr,
Wheht--Novrnibcr, $1 OSJ-, IV-rfiinlxr,
10:fJ0 a. ra.-Pork, 195.
KICW TOUK (MtAla.
Nkw Yohk, November. 8, 13:01,it.
Wheat -firmer-No. 2 Chicajro, t 17
t 19 No. 8 Milwaukee, fl 1901 19;
red winter, $1 Hl 21; No 3 red winter,
Cora -firoter ho.2, &rJVt.
Li teiu-jol, November 8, 2 KX) p. u .
Wheat and coro unchanged.
Clintox, I1U Nov. 7. Farmers and
horse-owners of this city and county are
becoming alarmed at the rapid spread of
tbo epizootic among the hor&o. A few days
ago a n;rt was telegraphed to the Repub
lican that there woro thirteen cases ia the
county, and to-day there are twice or three
time as many, a number of which have
proven fatal. It seems to be an impossi
bility to stop tbo Hpread of tli diseioo, atd
every day bring reports of ne w cases in
TEMPZKANC1I MEN YICTOIUOUS.
CaARi.K8T0N, 111., Nov. 7. Tho anti
whi."ky contest in this city Las beer, one of
absorbing interest for years. Finally the
Chaikstcm city couucil refused to renew
any aaloon license. Last night all saloons
were closed by action of the council. Sa
loon men are highly lLcensed and full of
9ght. Temperacco men cow hold the fort.
THE SNOW STORM.
Dkcatto, Ills., November 7. Ttiij vi
cinity has been visited by an unusually
heavy fall of snow for this season of tho
yetir. Since Friday night six and and two
thirda inches of saw tell, equal to two
thirds of an inch of rahtnl!. To-day tho
ground is frozen.
Fuiea, lili., Ncve:iilxr 7. .Snow lell
here steadily for about ten hture ytaterday
morr:fSg, but melted for some time as il fell,
leoving about two inches on the ground.
Ice formed lat night..
Vandm.i.v, lib., November 7. The first
inotvof the season visited this section yes
terday, falling to a depth ol about three
inches on a level. The grouud was in an
unflt couiilioa f ir retaining it, and in con
sequence mrwt of it has disappeared. At
an early hour last night the rcathtrjrrew
ranch colder, and this morning tin ground
w4 fto.en sufficiently burd to boar a horse.
FUAUnS IN NEW YORK.
New Yojuk, Nov. 7. In reference to the
cry of t rand raised by the democrats of
this city and state against the rcpublicuus,
Mr. Fowler, of the democratic state com
mittee, says Ilsncock polled 11,000 more
votes than Titden, and Oara'cld shows an
iccrcase of 40 er centum over Hayes. He
alio ays that he is deluged with dispatches
from nil parts of the state offt. ring proofs
of republican frauds. Thomas. F. Grady,
of tho n.wm'jly, says lie knows of frauds
that will open the eyes of tho people ol the
country. In his opinion between 20,000
and 25,000 illegsl votes were cast, in the
city fur Garfield.
L'tica, N. V., November 7. A torn.ido
struck the southwertern part of Utica at
midnight Saturday. During the heavy rain
St. TaulS Oermau Lutheran church waa
uuroofed. Other property injured.
LAY IN A STOCK OF VIGOR.
Bodily decay is greatly hastened by caua
es scarcely perceptible in the beginning,
but which prey upon and undermine tne
constitution proportionately tt the degree
of ueglcct with which they are disregarded.
A diminution of vital energv, the proximate
catiBo of which is a failing of digestifo pow
er, is dangerous subversive of regularity in
every fuuetion of the body. To lay in a
stock of vigor is only philosophic way to re
store health oit a permanent basis. Tlw
nation's favorite tonic, Hostetter'a Stomach
Bittc'S, is specially adopted to the use of
debilitated invalids, whose stomachs fail in
duty, or whose liver or bowels are Inactive.
A ateadily pursued course of this regulat
ing invlgorant, protects those wise enough
to adopt it from the consequences sure to
ensue from a disregard of the causes of fall
ing strength. The bitters moreover, not
only enriches tho blood, but purities it.
THE LONDON LANCET. .
The "London Lancet" any: "Maoy a
life has boon saved by the rubral coamge of
the sufferc.-" and ruaav a Ufa hu been
saved by tnkiiig Spring Blossom in ets of
Bilious, Fever, Inrtltf'Mlounr Liver com
plaints. Price-: SO cents, small bottlo.i
More cases nf nick headituhc, bilious
ness, constipation. e'.R., cn Ih eur d in bis
time, with lesa mn ieme and for less money
by using Carter's Littli LU jr Pill thfti.by
any other means. . '
A POPULAR MAJORITY FOR HAN
COCK. As in 1S7K when Tilden nhowed a( popu
lar majority of 158,009 of all the votes cast
for president, even after the southern re
turning boards and tho electoral commis
sion had cut down the minorities given him
at the polls in Louisiana, Florida and South
Carolina, Hancock has received a popular
majority, although he is ir. a minority in
the vote by state.. Tho majorities given
by the different stutes and the number of
electoral votes cast by each atite., showing
how Garfield Is elected on the face of the
returns, although Hancock got a majority
of the votes of tho people, an; as follows, as
nearly as can bo determined now :
THE ELECTORAL VOTE,
r.nrvm.if an statw.
New Hampshire 4,000
New York 20,000
Rhode Island 7,000
New Jersey 2,000
North Carolina 10,000
South Carolina 50.000
West Virginia .
Necessary to a choice
Hancock's popular majority, 1 70,000
A STOI.KN VICTOKV.
It will be seen that Hancock, like Til
den, is the undoubted choice of a majority
of the people; and the returns as they stand
ahowthat a change of 13,000 republican
votes, or votea credited to Garfield, in New
Y ork state would have given Hancock the
electoral vote of that state and just the
needed 195 votes, counting the solid south
133, New York 35, New Jersey 9 and Ne
vada 3, even if California does not prove to
have given Hancock a majority also. This
shows how important New Y'ork was for
Garfield. In New Y'ork city alone enough
fraud was committed to more than make,
the 20,000 majority accredited to Garfield;
and whatever may come of the inquiry into
these frauds, the fact is plain now that the
electoral vole of New York hss Itecn as
shamelessly stolen this yenr as that of
Louisiana in 1876. St. Louis Republican.
THE GUBERNATOR1 A I. CONTEST.
Tho. following shows tlin rontilt of the
gubernatorial elections held in 18 states on
Colorado-Govt i nor, F. W. Pitkin. Re
publican. Connecticut Governor, II. B Bigclow,
Florida--Governor, W. G. Blnxhun.
Illinois Governor, S. M. Culloni. Be
publican. Inwa Secret sry of Slate, .1. A.T. Hull,
Kansas Governor. J. P. Ht. John. Re
publican. Massachusetts- Governor, John I). Long,
Michigan Governor. I). H. Jtiro'tue, He
Missouri-Governor, T. T. Crittenden,
Nebraska Governor. Albiuus N'anee.
New Hampshire Governor, L. It, Bell,
New Jersey Governor. J. C. Ludlow,
New York-Chief Judge, (.'. J. Folger,
North Carolina Governor, T. .1. Jaivid,
Piinnsylvauii Supreme Judge, Henry
South Carolina Governor, J. Hagood,
Toniiesseo -Governor, doubtful.
Texas -Governor, O. M. Roberts, Demo-
"You must admit, doctor, Raid a witty
lady to a celebrated doctor of divinity, with
NEW SERIES-NO. 111.
whom she waa urging the question "of tho
equality of tho sexes," "you must admit
that woman was c-catcd hcloro raanl"
"Well, really, madam," said tho astonished
divine, "I must make you prove your case.'
"That can be easily done, sir. Y ain't Eve
the first maid?"
HOW HAPPINESS IS SECURED.
Happiness is the absence ot pain or an
noyance, ami wherever there is pain there
is disease. A pain in the lower portion of
the body indicates a disorder ot some kind.
If there is any odor or colt r or deposit in
the urine it means disease, and requires at
tention at once. We have hoard many of
our frionds speak of the remarkable power
of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure,
and are convinced there is nothing so cer
ta'ii and valuable, for all disorders of the
urinary system, both male and female.
FIRE I FIRE! FIICE!
Thr" tr.M who tries to l;ii!d a fire with
wet wood, acts in a damp fucl-'.a1 manner,
and is as bad a-? a man refusing to take
Spring BloFson when his face is covered
with pimples nnd he's suffering from In
digestion, Bilioi:sr,efcs and Dyspepsia.
Price: 50 cents, tt'.al bottles 10 cents.
Sold by Paul G. Schuh, druggist.
Van Stonb & Bhokiiv. Wholes-ile and
Retail Druggists, Toledo, Ohio, savs: We
have, sold large quantities of the Excelsior
Kidney I'ad, and have been surprised at the
unvarying satisfaction given by them. See
Dr. Kline's Great Ncrvo Restorer is the
marvel of the ngc for all Nerve Disease,
All fits stopped free. Send to !i Arch
sheet, Philadelphia, I'enn.
Women that have been bedridden for
years have been entirely cured of female
weakness by the usf of LydiaE. Pihkharu'a
Vegetable Compound. Send to Mrs. Lydia
E. Pinkham, 233 Western avenue, Lynn,
Mass., for pamphlets.
Thk stock of the Colorado Co-ope r&tivo t
Prospecting and Mining Company is rapid
ly advancing and will probably be, at par
in February. There is only n limited
amount of'tbc working capital lift, and
that is held at $3.25 per share of $10 per
value. It is a desirable investment, and
you can get some of it by immediately ad
dressing the Indiana Investment Company,
38 West Washington Street, Indianapolis,
H. E. Hoixjfc, Cambridge, Mich., says:
I have been afflicted with Asthma for years,
an "Only Lung Pad" gave, me immediate
relief. I can recommend it a the greatest
remedy ever produced. St c Adv.
To all who arc suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth,nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., 1 wilt
w.nd 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. Joseph
T. Inmau, Station D, New York City.
NOT FOR A FORTUNE.
"Phew" I wouldn't marry her if'sh'd h
fortune. Poor girl, she'd be all right if she
took Spring Blossom, the best thing in the
world for offensive breath. Pric: 50c,
trial bottles 10c.
Thk Voltaic Belt Co., Marshaix,
Mich. Will send their eelebratod Elcctro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon '.'.0 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
Thirty Y'kaks' Exrw.ikM t; or an Ou
Nukhb Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup i
the perscription of one of the Irest female
physicians and nurses in the United States
and has been used tor thirty years with
never failing safety and success by millions
of mothers and children, from the feeble
infant ot ono week old to the adult. It
corrects acidity of the stomach, relieve
wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives
rest, health and com fiat to mother and
child. Wo believe il the bent and surest
remedy in the world, in nil ca-es of disen
teiy and diarrhoea in children, whether it
arises from teething or from tiny other
cause. Full directions for using will ac
company each bottle. None genuine un
less the. fnc simile of Curtis JL Perkins is on
the outside wrapper. Sold by all medicine
dealers. Twenty -five cents a bottle. (3)
No remedy for kidney diseases hereto
fore discovered can be heid for one mo
ment in comparison with Warner's Safe
Kidney and Liver euro. C. A. Harvey, D.
D.. Washington, I). C.
For impaired digestion, and, in fact, fur
debility from any ratise., I know of nothing
equal to Pel lows' Hypophosphltes. Ita di
rect effect In strengthening the nervous sys
tem render It sii'iahles for the majority of
di-ense. Wm. 8. Howe, M. D., IHttsfield,
(,'ocnns. "Browns Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years these Troches have
Ix-en In use, with annually increasing favor.
They are not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wido and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
The Thiioat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" ant direetly on ' the organs of the
voice. They have un extraordinary efleet
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tono when relaxed, cither
from cold or over-eici tion of tho voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation. ,
Speakers and singeis find the Troches use
A Coron, Comi, C.mnnn of aore thr'
requires Immediate at urn lion, as neglr of
tentimes results in some Incurable lrff dis
eases. "Bro n's Bronchial Troche '
invariably give relief. Imitatio'.11 't'
cd for sale, many of which i', '"J"'".
Tho genuine "Brown's Riw4M Thean ,
are old only in boxes. .