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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THUPuSDAV MORNING, NOVEMRER 11, 1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 110.
of i he iviliu'j bnsiiie. houmt wlion: ndver'lse
wnu miiv be found In Tun Ri'llktim
S. o. I'tlliT.t Co., Cniutnercliil aveiiutt find Nine
Tim urn A lirorliTtrk, Wuh. Av"..or Eli'hlii
N.w Vork i-imr.-. C. U. Catier V IV. Cur. Nlnu
'-("'n'li iiial t'munii'relal
lir Ml Marfan ; utile.', HO Cominen inl airline.
Ji;. 'I W tu MM'I.
jJr U .i' Jun-lvpi. IMu'lub n.-ur l oiimn ri'liil
) W V uAl'jCk, l.O uiutiK nl.il ui nin:
II. 11 Cilid"e. No. V'lOliio !-Vi'iin siairm.
h'lu'm'ilo Mlii. f New Vork. .'urner Tw.iil. kuiI
II A N K
t. "l N H.ii.mi. Mblii liivrf.
I K A Milt A Ts
, a.-.'.- Mill' .
:,n. l. 'jr.wiL. i-iri,T'rlfil uI I ..
t. i, Kuni. t'orui'r Ninth ami ('ominrn .
i UNfcllAL frKI.IYKKI "l"" nuM-a
VI ::J .iu. ; rlumlay: H lo It a. si.
Koni'V tinier llepitrini'ii; "pen lit 1 oi.i rlo.es
' hi. ,
I'ti run. Mi liriM M!i1 hi 1:nr.cii ( I'tiim! H-tM
'n:iiji CeLtral Uti':"Vfi ' ion- at P n.
..iw alio I'tiir HI"- 'I'ii ri;ui and VYaj Mall
r.u.... m I I, in.
Way Msft vlu IUi.l l ' n'ru). r..r, ami il.
ii'iiu.'i ,na Ma.iupi l .-Lira: liaurnad. ciore at
li p. m.
Way Ma. 1 for Nan jw t- :U' Itillroid tvi s f
i'!ro ar.d Kun.vil'.e Kiver P.mw . .. al 1!:'
. r. iU'iV ii'tu'iit rri'lJ.vi.
trvn I A I- IHUKTiliV.
a, Mf K' 11 Thinl'Woori
rf'tj if.r- Edward Ifauiiia
li ia -Jk niii. J, Kuiev.
' )':t '.'l ir Win. K. tiU'tn-n.
r!ml ,!'C Lallue.
.'.Vurncv - William Ilendrl, U
B'HI.D or aLDLUBEt
.'. Wtril- M .1. Uo.vk-T
ft"nJ Ward- llivul T Mn. a' C. il Hu.nl-
tolM Ward W. I1. Wruht. Egbert Knlib.
-.);ir h Wird 'larl, . I'a'uT, Jami-a K) La.ton
'A rU -T. W. IKIil'lay. Krur.t h l"l'
. on .lad.'..- U. J. htk.r.
rriii Cl"rk- J. A liiivfr
.'.a') .Iud7 -It Yocum.
itnv i.'krk - S.J. Hiimm.
i-.iit, Unrny -W ('. MuUrj
i.nrit'. rianir'r ilii" W l'ark r
' It' rid Jotin llorli'C
' 'oroui-r -)i. Ktircraii.
witv l.'oinnii"'l'ii.'i r- I ilaiiioat. .1 A
M. iib!i'. miuiii'I llrl'.i
VFfllt'AS V. K. -Fourteenth alrfot, b.twin
Walnut and Cfdar atrmu: atrricrf Saibata 11
a. tu. and 7: i- ta.; Habday School I f'l p. m.
MIt'.ISTIAN Elchtri-ntta atrwt; inwtin? Sab
V.i butL JO JO p. tu.; prKbta oftaMoaally
inUIlfH OK TIIE Kni)EEMItB-Eilopa3)
V FoarU-'Dth atn:i: houdy Xornlrn; prayura
'MM h m.; erDlnjj prayra, 7:0 p. in.; Hondty
.ljuol a- 01. Filday Tcninr prayer ;;I0 p. m.
INKrjT MISStoNAKV BArriST Cni'KCH.
1 Ifcai hlrns at lu.ffl a. m.. 3p. m., and ?: p. m.
Math a. bool at ', : p m IU-v. T J. Miot.
JrTHKKAN-Thlrf-rnib nrrm; riii( ab
J b ilb 1 '-to a. u. ; huniiay tcbrxii 1 1- m. H v
METHOOIHT-Cor. Elqhih and Walnut iriita;
Preaching Sihhath ln:jn a. to. and 7 p.m.:
tirayiT mertltiR. Wcdienlay 7:,iu p. ta.; Sunday
ScLool, H a. a. HfT. Wliiiikr. pi.tnr
l)l!ESHVTKUrAN-EI,:hib Htct; prfathlnrnn
1 habtath at I1mi a. in. and 7:'lp. ru.; prayrr
ru'i'tin? Wrtndav at '.Ip. ta.; hntday frhool
a' -i p. ro. hc B. Y. l.corc, pactor.
OKCONl VRKE-WILI. BAITIST - Finn'Mh
;r'?.a. Ix.iwwn Walnut and Odi.r alr.-ria. n r
vice SatiUtb at i aud ':M p. ni.
L"T. JORI'irs (Koiuan CatLolIc) CoruiT Croaa 1
O and Walnut atmeta: a.'firoa ha'ibath 10::sta. i
ai.: Sunday ScUool at tip. m.; Vrp.-r l p. tu. ; err-
i' n 'ry iiy ai b p. m.
CT. I'ATKIi'K S-t Roman Catholic; Coniff Nlbli !
? -um an'l Waiihlnirlon avi-Bur; onli' hab-
ja'j S and 10 v rn.: rtyri 3 p. tu.; Hnnday hrho.il
p. tu.; rrvl':. a evi ry da at 8 p. tn. Rev. t'. abrl,
WOMAN'S OURISTIAN TKM I'KH ANCK f
T ION, bold it. regular wwkiy nn-Miiie in
be hull of Cairo IVinperaa.-a H. lnrin Club, v
ry Thursday ulturnoou, at 'J:1 ii'clot'k. Kvny-
.'o'dv la luviuil to attend.
QKOWIK It. LKACII, M. H .
i'lijsiciaii and Surtrcon.
ii'ria! attention pniil In tin' ilumi'Op.vh . uat
..niitni nuriiltal ditvaatt. and dlrrai'a oi nimuu
Off.c; No. 11 Ei.dilh tr.vt, mar Coninn'ri'lal
-nui', Cairn, Ilia.
II. MAIiEAN, M. 1..
Homeopathic Phjfiician and Suwon.
K'li Comtorrcial avrnuo. (if Id. nw roriiur
i oiirtrrtiih !it. and WwlilriCton avmac, Cairo.
piTll. W. WIIITLOCOv,
tjrnrc -No. 1.14 Commercial Avenue, bitwti'n
Sltfhlliand MaiU Siren
)K. W. C. JOCELYN,
D KNTiS T .
OFf'ICK--KiUtJi Strwt, rar Commprria! Avi'tmc.
rpUE CITY NATIONAL DANK
W. T. 11 At, LID AY, rwaldrnt.
II. I.. HALLIDAY, Vlre-rrraidttri.
TUOS. W. HALLIDAY, Caaulw,
.auATAnoii. w. r. HAUJBAT,
ntf l. HLUJaY, k. n. oinmixuiuM,
t, . iraxuMKON, imrHtii Mim,
II. II. CANIIKI.
EMbaojfe, Coin and United States PomIr
B0U0I1T AND SOU).
DiHUll.mrnlved and a gi'ttrtl Unklig bailnoil
AVickli ffe, Kentucky.
Kcmitly votnl tlm (,'uiiiity Seat of Ilu!
lurd County, at tin; Junction of the
Oliio unit HiKKisniiipi Itiver.4, op
)ioslt! Cairo. Illinois
'I'll i! Iiii-ailon Ih ii u a high and l)"aut!fu! jiluteau of
;rol)(1, forty f.'i'l n'mva Ike lilfli"t flix)d. wltll
iirlriK uf iur; numlii!!aU'. J i Ih th NortJiorn
l:rmliiua uf tlii V w lrian-. Hi Luuia A, Chlca'J
ai'il M.iliile and Dlihi ltallri)(l. On tttn uppoit:
aldi-uf tln rlvi'r in lllinoia Ik tb) tcrminim of ih't
lUinnw I'cnirnl. Cairo Viucuiit; and Cuirn A
bt.lAmialluilron.il', On thi Mimourt ld l tho
l.irmlnna ultliu Iron Monntalu t honthrrn Kit II
Lulu In ihcnhuvc ri' wl.r luld off town will lw tif
fiTfd fui aa'ie on thii jirrriiif.',
On UVtlnewla.v. Nov. 17, RJIKi.
TKRM.orsU.K: On-TMtd Ctah: taUncam
uu and 10 y. ara. ltb li ir ti i.l. on df-fcrri d
fi-rrvliiat will carry liiy-rn on !ay of tiu.
S. H. JKNKINS.
. I! CALDW KM..
MILL AN'l f'O II MISSION'.
I fALLIDAY BROTHERS,
FI.OVR, (SBAIS AND HAY
HUrbM Cash Pri' Paid for Wbeat.
MOVKH AND TINWAHi:.
ALL SOIiTS. SIZKS AND MYLKS,
MiuuUii'tuivr (t uu.i I ltr iii
TIN. COF'IT.H SHKET-I1.0N WARE
AM. KINI OK .Itil; WOfiK IKlNE 10 OHDER
NO. J7 KICIITJI STHKET,
Cnii-o. - - Illinois,
YOCUM it BRODERICK,
Dr-alt rs in
STAPLE Axj FANCY
V:i!-hiny;tori Avenue, Cor.
j Kij;hth Street,
("J A IJIO
T I I
V I M
(jAlRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -W0 STATES.
On and after Monday, Jane Ttb, and until tarthcr
notkc thofirryboat will make trip a follows:
uitm i juris uuvia
Foat Fourth at. Kloorl Land'x. Kentucky Ld'n.
8:10 a. m.
9 a. m.
11 a. m.
B;00 p. m.
1 p. m
l AV. WHEELER,
SnmmerWood and Kindling
ioutant!j on hnno
Ai Scventy-flvf cont8 per loud.
B t a v c Trimmings
At one dollar per loud.
Th "lrnioiln(t"arf criarfo avirii awl malm
the brat ntunmr wood fur rooMou purptnaaan wMl
aa thn chciipcat ewr aold in Cnlro. Fur blarft
inkli'a n In an'tln? tire, thi.-y art nnrqnAlld.
I.artv yunr ordma at l lie Tenth privet od yard
Ky Irtu of tn execcttcin Untn-d out of tho
clt'ik'a ofiloo of tii rlrcait rourt of Alniandrr
connty, and utaL; of Illlnoia. aud to inn direeled,
wliurnby 1 urn romoiandcd to mnlio the amount of
a certain Judxtnetit rtci-ntly obtoliu d a'a!n-l .1 amen
('. Kaiikln, in favor ol houliiwentern laiiiraann
Curnpanr. oot if the lnnda, t'lui'iiicnti, good i.nd
cbnttlea of the mid JattiraC'. Kuii'..in,l biive levied
on the following d -acribtd pri'P. rty, tu v.lt: Lola
nombrri' I twetiir Hvo C). twert) ix twenty-m-vou
Ci7) and tuonty-r ltriil t'), in blt-tk i uin'ifcrvd
four (4) in thu tlilrd addilluu to the iit ol Cairo,
Illlnolit. TUtrtfurii, unordini; to aaM comrnnnd.
I aball expOHU lor aiUc al pulilie aui.linn, all tin;
rly:hl, title aadiiiivroal of tbe atx,ve nunird Jamea
('. Kankin In aDd tu tbi? al.nve (V:acrlrL'il prdi':rty,
at l'i o'clork. a. c-.., on M'H.du) tlii-i'h day ol Do
cembcr. l"hil, at the weairrly dci.r of tho court
houae In the rily uf Culro.
liut'id ai Cairo, L'li.oln, th:t I' 'I' t!v of Nov.mu
b -r, leeAi. JUUN tluDOKS.
hhnrlff Alt imdcr Coouly,
KETISU OF DIUECT0U8.
Ormrn or ma Caiuo ako Mi)t: u Cirr ft.ui.
ii'iiii Coxi'Axr . Camo, I1U.. Ortoh.tr -!7. 1V.
Notice ta hercliy glvun, in arcordanoi' with the
by la ni the cun.pativ. tl.at a inmitin.; of the
norporatora. atockooiui-r. and lUroeUrs of
tUo Ca.ro and iltin.l (rity railroad com
paur will b't held ou frlday, the
lith (tlftb)dy o' Kpvembr next, A. 1). 1HK ,
at the wbarfmnairr'a oilire, No. 75 Ohio Levoe
tre.it. In the city of Cairo. Illlnoi". at 10 c'r'o:!t
a.m. NKWTON EOAr-kY,
JUHN Q HARM AN, I'riMdeLt.
1 '"OK SALE. A nuw joi) office, compli'trin evory
partlca'ar, and juat what 14 wanUM for the rr.'a
cf job. pamphltt and otcr uork in atrial!
Tit rruU.Tia: naa allcaremily selttwd it the foun
dry by a job print. r ol S I yean nwrienct. Ty rw,
border., tt . aro of the laieat atyloa, and in P"r
fl urdwr. Tiie piofa ia eljjhui meiiin.n. Fur
purtleaiara.ad'irra "A," faro of BuiMin ofllce,
t'.kwj, Ills, Oct. Sii.lSO,
r.ciilcl propoa'9 be rw-i'lved a, this otEo?,
di--ect.'d to the C it7 Coonel! of the city of Cairo,
iot.il r. o'clw k l. in. of lut-eday, November 16th,
It-A for furulaaibfc ibe milcrial and dole; the
work, or floini: the work nH.ary foe
the cotittrnctlun !nd rtooLi..r:rtH'0 of
tna foilcwlLj eidcwal'.a, ix; To ho
ronMrneud of wood: On the northerly aida of
Tweilth atreei, .'rota Wr.tbiiiE' Jn avrnne to Wal
nut atreet ; on the northerly nldo of Fonr'ruUi
atrrt, in fr itit ci Iota No. 33, S4. Si, 8? an 37 in
b.orkNo. 7a. To be ruean-strnrted cf wood: On
ibewtaurly .ideof WitcLiutoc avenaefrom Fifth
to hixih strerUi.
To he constructed of l.ri:k: Oa iinnhr'.y idii ol
Elijhth .trert from Comruer ial to Wmvniacton av
enue; On both aid, of Sixth etrei from Lve.i
tre-t to Comuerciai avence. To be rorooetruct
edof ribdrr or eravel. iu lien of Old wooden
walk, on the aouth aide cf TV.rty-fonrth atrH't
frv-m OoTiuercrcl d avenuj to a rnilnt iTi fet ev-t
finni Hfcamore straH ; aa Mr"vlded by ordlnanoa
No. li. approved Sepien.b' r '.Tth , 1W, which ia oa
file in Ui;a oAice aud aatjtct to exiiaiaMloa at any
The right to rf) tS3 aid ail bl.U r-rved br
the city. li J. FOLKY, City Clerk.
QH10 & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIMS TAELS OF PASRKNGKH TRAtNS F&OM
nirciuraBa (N07. 30, 1879.)
So. 5 Day Bxprrea (Kxaept banda).... 1 :V) p. m,
b Kprraa (Except Snaday) l:t'ip.m
11 4 Night Kiprt (Daily) .... li :. tn
N. B Eipre. (Exerpt Handay) 6:rti a. m.
' 1 Day lixpmaa f E ra pt Sunday). . . :V)p, m
" 3 NizhlKxprees (Daily) . la-m.
J.K.CijMul. C. S. Coh. Jr.,
Agoat Vinot nnra. 0n. Ticket Atf'l Cluclnoatl
CAIRO at ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. AV. HMITHiJUB, Iteoeirer.
SHORTEST SHORT LINU BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. .
1 hroorh Ex urea teavre Cairo am
Throufrb B.xpreat arrive at K. St. Loaia.. 5:fl0p.m.
Through fcxprea leavas it. ht. Louie.... :tx)a.ra
ThroaL'b Expre.s arrive at Cairo 5:10p.m
Marphysboroaccoramodatiunleavea Cairo 1 :.V) p.m.
Ma'phyaboro Acc.arrlTee-alMarpbyanoro 7 :aup m.
Mnrphyaboro Ae. lemvea Mnrphyaboro .. S:0Aa.m,
Marphr'boro Aoc. arrivva at Cairo ll:iSa.m.
The Cairo A at. Looli Bail Itoad la the only all
Kail Route between Cairo and Ht. Lonla under one
management, theruforr there are no delays at
way atMlone awmtine rnnecttnaa rrom other line.
Close and rare coauecUona at Bt. Louis with other
lines lor North, bast and n eat
J.A.NAUOLS. L. M. JOHNSON,
A-cnl Uettral Manairer.
INOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line U tinning
g DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connkctio'n
Tiiai Lkavii Caoui:
: : 1 n u ni, Muil.
Arriving in rt. I.oul. !):to a m ; Cbit':ir. :0 p.ni :
C'ounwti:ij! at Odlu and Linngham for Clnein
nali. LotiievUk1, lndlanapuhs and pointu Kitat.
1 l:lO ti.tn. Wt. Ijouin (Hid N't(t'rii
arrtvinein St. Lonls 7 p. m.. and rotnu'ttina
for aU points tVent.
4:U-U i.iit. l-'iuil r'.xpi't'siH.
'r ( . Iiiiiis and Cbicajro. itrrtvina at M. Lou4
10:10 p.m., aud Chlcnifti i.-M a m
4 ''CO p.m. f.'infiim.'ttl Kxprwe.
Arriving ul Clncinmiti ":W a m.j Louisville 7:J
a.ni.i lrdiana(ilt l:t'w a.m. I'a.evn'ir hr
t)na (mitt rvwh thn ahoiu niintn 1 ; to
ilOt'Hh in advniKu of any oinor ro'jtn,
lrT1i 4rji p. m. Mpr.!ta baa IX'Ll.MAN
NV.KEI'INOCAU Cairo to Cincinnati, without
e.liune, and through aLx fu'is to hi . j.ou. and
FurJt Time Ji.-l..
I'lKUHWrnpu b.rlhlslluesothroudb HlUfi.
I iUM. II 1,1.1 ,1 i.rn lmliit ulthout mi i'inr
f AB.i hr Hnnditv Intii.v.'iiln. Tlie MnUuitnv afliT-
noon train from Cairo arrives in rw York Monday
moruliiti at I0;lti, Tlilrty-.lx htitii in advance of
any other riink
TF(ir xttro'jfh ilrket. nnd fii'thrr ittfr.rtno'l'jn,
apply at Illinois Central ll'rotnl t). i'.ii.CiiIm.
ts. JOHNrtON. J 11 JON I'.f,
tj.n. rintJirn Atf'rt Tl. k"t Anl.
A . M TUNMOH, l'ims. Aimt. Chicaro.
It in, perhaps, a little too c.irly as yet
to spcitk of tho coming New Ycir'n day
and admonish our (,'ontlcm ;n, both youug
and old, to observe- it a littlo more than
tbey did the list time. It in a day, which
hud bee n ma Jo by long usaire oue ct happy
meetings and joyous greetings among the
members of a eommuaity, which
bus dono much to keep tip good let-lings
and create friendship nud to fnrtlier the
aitaa of societf generally. Tho first of last
January tho cnlleri iu this "city wei-enj
markivbly ficurce; the gentlemen seeming to
prefer to stay at home, uround the hotels,
billiard halls or Htreot corner., in prefer
ence to making a social ca!i. Thi amount
ed to mi almost negligence, lor quite :i
number of our ladies had made
exteuH.'ve ptejuiratiouB U receive and
entertain a largo number of their gentle
men friends, and found at the clco of tho
dy, kMiaiLr work had been Vu.umt for
uaught. Wo hope that it will not be thus
this coining New Year's day. We arc will
ing to publish tho nauiea ot any who may
wMi to receive callurs, and we insist that
the caller.? must be forthcoming in goodly
numbers, The day must not be permitted
to pa"-t by ag any other day by a single in
dividual in the city.
Wl.a'fver this firm of theatrical ina.i
agerj aiiLOunoe, tlie public Lave faith in,
as the irproraibos aro always fu!fillol, from
the fact that they do not handle any at
traction, which is not firat-clasa. Mr. John
Dilhon, w!.o is in their scried uf -0uar-a&te-ed
Xttractiocs" will appear to-mght iu
a new amedy cf tho "Electric." He is said
to fairly ouNhiue- himscif in this brilliant
comedy, employing all the magnetic de
menti cf Lis prolific talenU. The company
supporting him is a fine one. He appears at
the At!.;:r.u;ui to-nigLt aad to-morrow
eight, '..io h.tturday matinee.
The following item clipped from tho Chi
cago Times gives in a nut shell the world's
opinion of John Dillon:
"Sinca tlit? organization of the Uulick
Llantitll (JuaranteeJ Attractions, the
amusetiiect world has taken a "boom''
which has only been equalled by the great
political erTort now in operation. Should
Oarfield be electod, John Dillon will be the
greatest cornelian in America. Should
Hancock assumed the cares of the nation,
JoLn Dillon will be the mct famous fun
producer on the glebe. Should both be
elected, or both "counted cut" or 4,in,"
John Dillon will be recoized as a bar
moniiorof personal strife aad public ior.
No matter which way the wind blows.
"straws point" to John Dillon as the only
man that bring humor from a heavy heart
and cait sunlight in darkened spots.
IN MEMORY OF MRS. HERBRKT
wuo p au at taiKO, u.unoi.4. Nov. :i.';u.
tr vi n.:, kmxuv.
Swthe aad look on tae fai-r. '
Aa they ait bvaide the bed,
While tiiii tears are ictn'.ly iivihu
For their loved friend, who ia dead
Lyix.iT, there so calmly and peaceful,
With a smile upon If r face
She eors the angels hov erin o'er hfr
Thai dwell above lu that happy place.
Slowly, sadly, to the (rraro thry boro bei
As (he boll tolls forth Its lay,
Then to take their last lor.glc!;
Not to uret till the jadgment dft) .
God will care for little baby,
All through this weary world of strife,
Ho will cherish and protect him.
As he Journeys through this life.
The husband's heart Is nearly broken,
As ho takes bis last farewell
or the darling wife and mother
That he always loved so well.
See how bo clinics to his little baby,
All that's lef I to comfort now
Head bowed down, liro ten hearted,
Pain and sorrow on his brow.
Werp not, dear friends, she's with the an;;els
That dwell sr. high op In tho skies.
She'll keep watch o'er little baby
With a mother's loring cyrs;
And when this dreary life Is over,
And they cross the other shore,
Thcu they'll meet (he darling mother,
Sorrow, parting, they'll know no more
Miss Sarah S. Umblo desires to know the
company aud regiment in which hor father,
John Uuible, nerved during the war. At
the time he unlisted he was a resident of
New Albany, Indiana. MissUmblc, the
daughter who is a resident of Paducah, is
sick and iu destitute circumstances and any
one who can give the information desired
will confer a must charitable favor. News
papers under whutie notice this may come
will please copy. The address of Miss
Umblc ia Uu 473, 1'aducah, Ky.
A DAUOHTEU RESCUED.
A Frankfort (ICy.) physician writes:
Some months airo tho tlau"htor ot one of
our iiromiiient citiren.H was pronounced
hopeless conKumntive. She was very much
reduced in iksh; teinblu cough, her life
gradually wasting avtay. I recttmmended
her to u.-it: ,ll)r. Hwnyaoij U)mpounu Hyrup
if Wild Cherry," which nho did. In it
snort time she wna rm rrom all cougu and
nttur syiriptoms, and is now rosy and
healthy. Price 2.1 cents und 1 a boltlo or
(i bnttl' 9 $5. Tho Urgn sizu ia the moot
eeoiioiuical. Prepared on'y hy Dr. Swayno
A Son. PluU'lelphia, Stltl tiy drui'ifists.
An occasional do6d of "Svrayne's Pilla''
should bo tHkftn to keep tho bowels froo.
They are t ollrpt for torpid liver and blU
ens complulnrs, Niul by till the Cairo
MARKETS RY TELEfiKAPIl
CiULAno, November 11, 10 a. m.
Pork - January fl: 9?; November,
12 r7)i'; December, 12 CO.
Cora November, 42lgc; December,
Oat --December, :il ;'..
Wheat - November. t 05 1 4 ; Decern bi r,
(' fCA.u , Novmibi f 1!. 12. 'm v. -Pork
November, and December,
$12 15; January, 13 92
OaU -Cash, :10 '',(1-; Deetiiiber,
Corn November. 4le; Dciember,
Wheat -Nuveiiiber, 1 O.V, ; Deermber,
Cult Aim, Ntivember 11, I p. u.
Pork -November. 12 4-j.
Lard November, 8 1 T J .
Wlieat November. 1 041,'; December,
l03?.(i January. 1 0C.7,i.
Com -November. 41tfc; December,
Oati--November, ;J0c; Di't ember,
SRW YOKK OKAI.N.
Nfiw Yiikk, November. 11, 12:01, p. m.
Wheut cjiiiet No. 2 Chicago,
1 17Jil tJi; No. 2, Milwaukee i 20
1 21 ; red winter, 1 lTtfUl S."; Nn 2 red
whiter. $1 201-;,'.
Cornquiet N. 2, 00r.
LivhP.pooL, November 11, 2:00 p. m.
Wheat and corn unchanged.
CONGP.ESSMAN GAIIF1ELD TIKSIGNS.
Coixmijus, 0., Nov. 10. Govennor Fos
ter to-day received the resignation of James
A. Garfield as member of congas from the
Nineteenth Ohio district. The Nineteenth
district at the time of Garfield's election to
congress was not composed wholly of the
same territory ol which it is now consti
tuted, and tho writ for election to 'fill the
vacancy, issued to day, lor the rleetion No
vember .".0, will bo sent to those counties
which composed tho Nineteenth district at
the time Garfield was elected, it being held
that the territory composing that district
has vested rights which cannot be abroga
ted by an act of the general assembly.
STUPENDOUS FRAUDS IN NEW
New Yokk, Nov. 10. The democrats
arc quietly collecting a great mass of evi
dence in proof ot the fact that extensive
republican frauds were committed in the
New York state and city election. In the
state north of the city the republican gain
was a2.000. The democrats have proof of
colonization, repeating and bribery iu the
counties along Lake Champlain, where
men from Vermont were imported; along
the western boundary, where men came
from western states, and all through the
southern tier of countries. In this city the
most bare-faced frauds have been discover
ed, especially in the lower wards, where
Italians and negroes were voted by the
score from several houses. The Tammany
investigating committees have proofs of
several hundred illegal votes being cast,
although they have not got fairly to work.
It is fair to suppose from the beginning
made that the cases will count to thou
The democrats are making no noise
about this, they disclaim any intention of
moving toward throwing out the slate's
vote. It is their purpose not to cousider
that part of the subject until all the proofs
are before them, for to do so would be only
to excite needless alarm. . But they seem
convinced that they were cheated out of the
vote of the stato for Gen. Hancock by out
rageous trauds, and they propose to provo
it. They certainly are succeeding so far us
they have gone. Protests are being filed
with the canvassers in nearly every county
against the roturn of the vote. In counties
where frauds are known to have been per
petrated the allegation of fraud is set up;
in others, exceptions are taken to the form
of ballot for electors, the plain requirement
of the law relative to the captions having
leen disregarded by the republicans.
STOLEN BY A WOMAN.
Clinton, III., November 3. A bold
theit was committed in this city last night
by a notorious prostitute, nicknamed Crazy,
who stole a fine mare belonging to Syl
vester Hendricks, valued at 100. The
thief has escaped with the property.
STABBED WITH A JACK-KNIFE.
Du Qcoin, III., November 3. About
noon to day John Farmer, a brnkemon on
the Central road, and a man who goes hy
the name of Jack Shcpnrd had somo words,
when tho latter stubbed Farmer with a
Jack-knife, cutting him pretty severely,
though not dangerously. Tho wound is
about two inches long and near tho groin.
Bhupnrd was arrested and locked up, and
will probably have his preliminary trial to (
morrow. I Io hns served three years in th
penitentiary, and is now in a fair way to
serve out another term.
A I1EMAHA11I.K ADVENTL ItK.
Clk.vllam), ()., Nov. ft. Yesterday a
bright boy four years old was found lying
near the railway track on the Lake Shore,
his head between two Mom s and a heavy
railway tie across his neck, holding him
down. When discovered he was black in
the face and unable to walk or talk and
nearly dead. Subsequently he revived and
told a remarkable story. He was induced
by a woman to go to the lake on promis of
candy. On the way she took from him a
hoop, aaying he would never mil n hoop
again. At the lake the woman endeavored
to per.Miade him to get into a lioaf, but he
refused, because of the water in the liottom,
and he was afraid of n whipping if his
clothes were wet. The woman then took
him to tho place where he was afterward
found, threw him on the ground, placed the
tit across his neck and left him to perish.
It proves the woman is insane and escaped
How lo Feet! Course Fodder.
There me way, we think, in which
tho co,ir-e l'odder tiftho farm may be
ecoiioinieiilly nud jinliciuitMy dUpoeetl
of. The chemical analysis of stravr,
coin iVitl'ler, meitlow hav and such,
arti.les. li,.w j la t to n certain extent
I hey (.re incomplete food, or in other
words d nd eojihin a suflicicnt
amount or in the right proportion, all
the cleiiic.it of food !f(iiired for tha
proper nourishment of animals. Tho
Hraw an I corn fodder havo had the
giain removed, an. I are left in nn in
complete eojidiiiuii for food, ami
when foil should have tho deficiency
supplied. This can lip done to tho
best :i'.lv:ii)taiie by adding cotton seetl
meal lo the straw and stalks, in this
way supplying tho deficiency in ni
trogeioiia and l'ntty elements. The
cotton seed meal Is very rich in nitro
!eiiote ami tatty elements, .".nd offers
the most er:oiiuiuie:l means oi making
the straw, corn slalk and me.idow hay
npiul in feeding value to the hot. of
hay. If only loilt it pint, lo a pint of
the meal is fed daily to young stock,
a decided improvement will be no
ticeable. At fust It would probably
have to be mixcl with bruu or corn
meal to in itt 'c llie animals to cat it,
but i hey will siH.ni relish it.
Individuality of tho Horse.
One l bin:; curious und interesting
about the imi so is its individuality.
This is a characteristic common to all
animals, undoubtedly lo a greater oc
less degree, but. rmrpasaingly so, wo
think, iu the case of the horse. How
this characteristic varies iu horses ia
well kuown by any oue who has ever
intelligently drawn a rein over a good
roadster. The individuality of hones
varies as much as that of men. Everj
one has a different mental as well as
physical make-up. Some horses secni
to possess brain?, to have porue sense,
are quick to understand aud obey the
least sign, motion or word of their
master; others are not inaptly termed
'lunk-heads," always awkward, 1am
bcring about, difficult to teach, and
never "make anything," in a horsco
logical sense. It may bo true that
these traits in a horse are sometimes
due to the habits of his tlriver or
owner, and that the horse itself may
not be so much to blame for his ig
norance, but however much he may
bo excused on this score, there is asur.
prising difference in theso mental
qualities of horses. ir?ome men Uriva
and use horses for years and yet never
realize that they kuow anything, or
that there is any more difference be.
tween them than there is between bo
many barrels or saw-logs. Other mca
who handle horses great deal, who
buy and sell frequently, aud who
study much their different character
istics, will tell you how wonderful
horses arc, how much more they
know than some men, how much each,
one lias to bo driven aud handled dif
ferently, and how much they will
sometimes teach, even their drivers I
Between a nervous, sensitive, intelli
gent horse, aud his considerate owner,
liow large a union of fellowship and
sympathy exists. In the stable, on
the road, if overtaken by an accident,
the cool, seusiblo man is sure to hav
quick sympathy from his faithful
horse, lie trusts his master, as his
master trusts him. If the master is
quiet, the horse will be cqally so,
knowing everything is satoj if the
master blusters, or becomes anxioua
or exhibits fear, the horse knows it at
oucc, and becomes restive likewise
Oh, that moa only kucw that horses
know much more than they givs theia
credit for, and that they would ns
thorn more humanely, as they should,
than they now do. Horses are io
brutes, they aro noble, intelligent,
sensible creatures, tho most useful an
imal servant which Divine Goodness
has given to man.
ITCHING PI LES SYMPTOMS AND
The symptoms are moisture, liko pers
piration, intense itching, increased by
scratching, very distressing, particularly at
night, as if pin worms were crawling in and
about the rectum; tho private parts are
sometimes affected; if allowed to continue,
very serious results may -follow. Dr.
Swayce's All-IIcalim; Ointment is a pleas
ant sure cure. Also, for Tetter, Itch, Salt
Iihenm, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Barber's
Itch, Blotches, all Scaly Crusty Cutaoeotw
Eruptions. Price 60 cents, 3 boxes for 1.25.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. SwayoeA
Son, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa.- Sold by all prominent druirirists in
Cairo and elsewhere.
Swnync's Pills are tho best for all bil
ious disorders. They ward off Cbilts and
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